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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 23 December 1870

CHARITY. When yon, pact wtth a anayeatea' Of oim secret deed of AHMk And for this by all rejected At a thing of rfl lima, Guard thine averr look and aotM. peak bo word of heartle btame, Fw the alenderer Tilr detraction Tat maj soil thy goodly im Tnn meat with one .vi lort haw wandered In. Working oat tarn own mndouif WHb k noUcwraaa and rin, Xhfni, if planed ta hia eondtnoa, woold a kind word tae in njnT Or a look of cold tuxptetcn Win the back to train again? Thera era apoti thai bear no flowers, Not beoaoa the aofl la bad, Itet the summer genial ehowers Vever maka then-boaoma clad. Batter haw an act that kindly Treated eometlines with dndxin. Than by Judging other blindly. Doom the innooent to pain. THE CRIMINAL WITNESS. . In the spring of 1841 1 was called to Jackson, Alabama, "to'- attend . court, having been engaged tedef end young man who had -been accused of robbinc tne mail, ; . x arrived cany in the- mora ing,-ana immediately had. a long eon. lerenee with my client The utol...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 23 December 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. 108BFR A. KBU.T, IDITOB AND PBOPKIETOB. At'CON-NELaVILLE, ORIO : FRIDAY, . ..... Dec. 23, 1S70. Winter Reading, THE CONSERVATIVE ' - AT CTL.TJB RA.TES. We will send the Conservative for one year, to Clubs, as follows : A Club of fire subscribers, one dollar anJ fifty cents each, 87.60 Club or ten subscribers, one dol lar and thirty-five cts. each, 13 50 Club of fifteen subscribers, one dollar and twentysfive cents each, 13 73 Get np your Club for the cheap est county paper in Ohio! The money must always bo paid in ad an ce. Kkpbesintattvk Mcnqkm intro duced a pair of resolutions into the House, a day or two since, rather funny in their character, but mak ing a good point against the San Domingo "job." He opposes Mr. Grant's speculation in real estato and corner lots on orthodox anti el a very grounds, as- witness the fol lowing : "Whxrias, The people of tLo U nited States by the adoption -ofc the 13th Amendment to the Constitu tion thereof, limited slavery or in vo...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 23 December 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLARS A YEAR -. ADVANCE. Iff M'CONNELSVIIXE : FRIDAY, pec. 23, I8T0. ..k::.. - H'OTICE. c Morgan Co- Medical Society. t Aa adjosrctd meeting o! the It organ Co. Medical Society will be btld is the room adjoining Robertson's Drag Store, in lie- Coaeelsville, on TUESDAY, JAN. 3rd, 1871. " "It is hoped there will be a. full sod prompt - attendance. . Nov.llth,";o,tf. "... ITESTIVAr,-A Fes l iiTil will b bcld at MOERIS' 'HALL, on Wednesday Evening, the 2&Lb. of December, for the benefit of j 'the Methodist Church, Eer. W. T. Eobins, Pastor. .A, cordial invitation is hereby ex - tended to the citizens of McConnels ille, Malta, and their respective rU ' cinities. Admission, 10 Cento. . .. . By Order of the Committee. Eead advertisements of Harpe: & Brothers publications. f .Thi Lady's Friend is advertised in another column. " Euro for Vick'e Floral Gnide for 1871. Seif advertisement. TATTEimow is called to advertise nent of Chas. J. C. 'anoflsercoTninnr " J...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 23 December 1870

"The Heathen Chinee." As the elder Weller once pathetically -. remarked "Here's a ro!" The whole atefeC2wn korrorB described to ' the faithfiJst'y-J2nPcratio politicians as about to ov'erwhcT-CJr fair shores in the shape of a Chinese TlTKPijration. The great Anglo-Saxon-Celtio-TetttoElQ race was to be utterly over-slanghed; and, aa for Biddy, her do mostic hopes were to be narrowed down to marriage with John Chinaman or starvation Yet, those fanatics of the Hub heedless of the rest of thenniveree, did undertake to call down the wrath of the gods, and to import the heathen for hoiiftphold service. Now for the startling result the Chinese won't come! Mr. Palmer, the gentleman who 6cme time ago advertised hia willing ness to 6upp!y Chinese labor, states this astonishing fact over his own sig nntnre. He says, moreover, that the Chinese continue to regard us as out side barbarians "as we regard the Mooris of New Zealand," among whom wo should not desire to settle in less numbers than "co...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 30 December 1870

CHRISTMAS CAROL. CHRISTMAS CAROL. BY J. G. HOLLAND. CHRISTMAS CAROL. BY J. G. HOLLAND. I. Thereto MB In the air ! Thara'a a star In taw aky I And hhrh In ml And the -r relne lla are wkile ax Beautiful tinf, Tortae janrarsa1 BWhWrfi stadaw a Kinf, 1 II. Teretu3Jtof lov, O'er the WMxWrai blrta. Forth VtrgO boy Je tha Lord of tbeearta, Av! the r ralne it Ore ud tbe Beeotrfa nnc, For ts mui of Bethlehem eradlee linf III. Ib the light af that star Lie tb ee hnpearted ; And that anis; from anw Ba mp( o 'er the world. Vary hearth n aflame, aad tbe Beautiful tmg lo th scenes of Um Banana that jesos la Else. III. IV. W rrjy ta tbe b-tat. And w? aebe tbe sons; That m down through the night From the heavenly throng. Ay I we fljoot to th lovely vnrJ they bHne. And wagraot in his cradle oar Harlow and Xing. III. IV.-Scribner's for January. TIMOTHY'S TEA PARTY. " Christmas Eve, to be tare YouH tome, wont yen ? ' Muffins And All first rate i IVe-lightfal t " sighed Timothy cxwtatically; " the nioe...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 30 December 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. I IOSKPH A.. EtLLY, XDITOK ASD FKOFRIKTOR. tf'COIvNSLSVLLLE, OHIO : FRIO AT, . ..... Dec. 30, IS70. TERMS THIS PAPER tVE HAVE BEEX IXDCCED, through conversation with many of our Subscribers, to change the terms of tho 'uNSMtr atitb to the f.illowing : SINGLE SUBSCKIPTIOX. One copf , one year, ubcn not paid lu advance, $?.4K on copy, one y tar, cata la a!vanc, $1.50 TO CLUB. To a Civil of (cn, one dol lar nn! thirty Ave cents cai-b. 913.50 To p. Club of flfleen, one dollar anl twenty Ove cents each, $IS.?5 J- ALL DELINQUENTS will be charged up, in all cases, at the rate of Two Dollars a year. NABOTH'S VINEYARD. BY WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON. The Message of President Grant to Congress, in its general tone and pnrpose, will doubtless, receive the cordial approval of the American people ; but that portion of it which relates to tho annexation of San Domingo to this country, though plausibly presented, ahould be re garded not only with distrust, but as involving the gravest...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 30 December 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. S- JiCOXNELSVILLE : " ". FRIDAY, Dec. SO, 1STO. - AOTICE. Morgan Co. Medical Society. An adjourned meeting cl tbe Bergs Co. Medical Society will 1 held ,h5 room adjoining- Robertson's Drug titore, in ilc Ceuceisville, on - - TUESDAY, JAN. 3rd, 1371. - It it hep. d there will be fall end prompt eudnce. No.llih,'70,lt - ViRT interesting muter ob oar ouUide. - Hon. Cthl Hawkins -returned from Washirjglon last evening. - : JtlAKRirr Si., wile of D. C Blunden, rdd on IT nday.io bet 32nd year.: - The Methodist Festival, on Wed nesday night, took m $71.25. - On tbe 14tb, Mr. Hecry D. Doodna, od Mies EJmonia B. Davi, tie bride be ing ot Beverly, were married, - .- A.B. intact daughter ol -Lather and Amanda' E!lt of Bristol tj.,'died on Fii diy, tie IGih.of fi.Hnm:ion oftbe brain. r Our Carritr hay wilt be on bands with hia. .New "Year's Address to morrow.' We lioje be will be vea ted kindly: "' i - -" ? ' i ' ; Read the article of Wm. LTojd Garrison, on the second jnge of ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 30 December 1870

FOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS. A CHILD'S SONG OF THE BROOK. BY HENRY GILLMAN. 0 babbUng brook of Ltpplngton, How fiat yon nm to the eea 1 - Sweet babbling brook of Ippiigtoa, How feat too nm from me 1 Ttenagh tangled brake and mmhj bend Tbe way Is roneh and .wild ; 1 stumble down tbe rocky pau. fwiugnii New stay awhile toot suvery steps That bsstea to tbe eea. For, babbling brook of LAppingtOD, Ton nm too fast far me. Kefrieeted bangs tbe ferny epraj, TJnpracxed tbe orahia spire ; Walt till I gather berries from Tbe porpie-tnrited briar. Tbe delay looka mto my face, I oannot peal it by ; The btneboU abakaa ita head at me : I think I beer Heigh. I want to get the moae that hanga Beneath the driDDine ledxe. And atiaeberriea to atring upon ljue i I hear the linnet call me bask : Bow char the mnaie rings ! I atop and hsten by tbe hill, And wonder how he singe, Hy feet are tired ; bat in my heart A eoft and tonnd)eaa voice That eomee to me from everywhere. Bids mo rejoice, rejoice. It floats ab...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 6 January 1871

THE WORK-OUT FONT OF TYPE. I'm sitting by mj desk, George Before id on tbe floor There lies a worn-ont font of 'trre, ftiH twenty tbauaaad score'; " . . ttJ5S.T month. hTe rassed, Georg, Sinoe they were bright and new. Andmany the tale, they've toli- Xhe iaue, the strange, tin true. het tales of horror tWfcre told. Of temrertand of wreck: Of murder in the midnlaht honr. Of war fall many "week T Of ships that lost away at sea Went down before the blast. Of stifled crit-s of agony As life's last moments passed. Of forthqnakni and of suicides. Of bank defaulters, broken banks, And banking rrstm rotten. Of boilers burnt mt?, steamboats snaeced. Of riots, duels fought; . Of robbers with their prey escaped. Of thieves, their booty caught. Offlood, and fire, and accident. Those worn-out types have told And how the pestilence baa swept The youthful and the old ; Of marriages, of births and deaths. Of things to plesee or Tex i ; 0 one man jumping overboard, Another gone to Texas. They "re to...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 6 January 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE. lOBXra A. EBLLY, KDITOB AJ."D PBOPaiETOB. H C0NJSEL8VILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, Jan. 6, 1ST1. TEEMS THIS PAPER. WI HAVK EEEN INDUCED, through conversation w ith many of oar Subscriber, to change the terms of the Coksskvativk to the following : SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year, when I paid In advance, ft.0 copy, one year, cab la aaianrt, f l.SO T0GLUB3. T m Club or ten, one dol lar and tIIrty-Ove cenli each. tlS.SO Te a Club of fifteen, one dollar an4 twenty Ave coats each, $I8.?5 MOT ALL DELINQUENTS will be chrg ed up. in all cases, at the rate of Two Dollars a year. Pricks of Familt Gkoceries. On the 1st of January the redac tion of the revenue taxes made at the last session of Con press went into effect On the following arti cles of family nse the redaction of duties per pound is as here Bet down : Teas, all kinds, 10 cts. per pound. Coffees, 2 cts. Cocoa, gronnd, 4 cts. Sugar, 1 ct. Cinnamon, 10 cts. Mace, 15 cts. Currants, 2 cts. Allspice, 10 cts. Allspice, gr...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 6 January 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE. U'COXSELSVILLE ': r BID AY, . . ... Jan. 6, IS1I. Koiicr Dew advertUetneuts. . "VTixlias McIstosh, of Beverly, died recently. Att't. General Pond started lor Culambus on Tuesday. AYiU b back in about two weeks. W believe the "Week of Pray er" ia being observed by all our Protestant Churches. Hex. Ctbil Hawkish started on bis return trip to Washington on Tuesday morning. Bep&esextative Stastos started for Columbus on Monday mgin ing. The CDmniuaication from Anti och received too late for this week's paper. Will be published next week. . Mrs. George Townsend, of Mal ta, died on Friday, of last w(K and was burned on Sunday, in tne ilcCunnolsville Cemetery. - Hon. W. FXSpkaqve has made the Baptist Church, of this place, a New Years' present of a Silver Fia ted Communion Sett. VPilliam Foulkk was dulr m etalled in office, as Prosbcuiir-g At torney of this County, on Monday last. , . " The Morgan County Medical So ciety Meeting, on Tuesday, yras poorly attended not a...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 6 January 1871

LILY OF THE VALLEY'S HOME. Just over ft wood-nymph's cell, A ni into ft mossy dell, A rippUn? rill, with musical trill, Trip down the soft bill-bii!c ; And ovr ft jasper rock. Encircling a mimic dock. Where bubbling lumen ride. The Binding waters glide. This rippliug rill, with a musical trill, Gbdee over the wood-nynzph'a cell Slidt into the mossy dcU. Did ever a fairy wake. Did ever a phantom toeak Such magical spells where slumbering dwells Our beautiful, beautiful lake? A silvery, silkeu veil, Like unto a moonbeam pale, FaUa down from the jasper rock, Falls down where the waters mock. In tremulous Uu-s Tbelittering etin The stars that the heavens forsake, Tod!l in our crystalline lake ; Ju-u under'the woo-i-nymph" ceu, 3 n tLe depths ol lha moisy dell. Forever the fountains flow, rorevw tie Hoaoms bluw, Perennial Spring her garlands bring Tor the n;Tnph tt the wave below, Where the til very veil H:djs the bride of t.3 dale Bides b-r tretfte of beautiful snow. The warbloTa sing, ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 13 January 1871

HUSKING. f - Tfcft yellow anna of Antnmn fall Acrom tlx orchard id tha wood : - Th Ktill ai echoes Sf SI eall, The vise it s painted en the wan, And til the maplea drip with biood. " Tb netghboraeome from far and Bear, And eat her on the broad ban floor, To celebrate Um ripened year Andatrrp the huak from off the ear, That turna to fold the farmofa atore. This la the merry Busking time, For old asd young, ao laugh together: And toIom all aeem now to ohiine. A If tbay had aet to rbyme. On purpose for this aulomn weather. The old folks Tmfk and work and miv To feel their blood ao aewly atlrrad The younger feed the tUow pile. Hunting the red eara all the while. And omah and kiss without a word. The golden corn that makes thn play A buiboa bar H every ear Twaa dropped aa aeed m early May And in the blang August day If ripened for the iniing year. Twaa fan to ride the hone to plow, ADd aet th. acare-erows in the field Tie better fun to be here now. And laugh and chat at finding how -. . ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 13 January 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE. Jesara a. isiat. ioitok akd raoraiBToa. H'COJf.NEL8YILLE, OHIO : rRIPAY, . . .. . . Jan. 18, WL TERMS THIS PAPER . WB - TJAV BE3S -.INDUCED, ikrengh conversation with many of our Subscribers, to ebang the Una of tbe CeiiiiriTiTi to the f jhowing : SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. Oae copy, one year, nhta mot paid In advance, ae cdt. eae rear, cast In adtaace, $iJie TO CLUBS. To a Cina of tea, oae dol lar aad tnlrtr-uve cents eacb. tlS.frO To a Clab of fifteen, eae dollar aad fwenty-nve ceata eai'ta, $13.75 AT.Tj DELINQUENTS will be ebarf ed up, in ell mim, at the rate of Two Dollar e yeer. GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Fellow-citizens of the Genenl Assem bly : The official reports, wbich the law requires to be annually made to tba Governor, show that the affairs of the various departments of the State uovernmsnt and of the State Insti tutions have been conducted daring the past year in a satisfactory mau tier. I shall not attempt to give a synopsis of the facts aDd figures -which the re...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 13 January 1871

THE t -A . .H CONNELSYILLE : ruin AY, . . . . . Jan. 13, IST1. CONSERYATIYE. Stati or Tradi. Although we are havinff eood roads, trade in gacernl is dull, there being s gen -eral ODtnplaint um mg oar bneines tnenv W. A. Malhewt k Co., report to ns that, on Monday next, they will be retailing produce and groceries it the following rates : l Batter, per pound, 20 cU.J Vtliite Bagat, from 6 to 6J pottnda for a ? Rio Coffees, per poiind, 20 to 25ctt Java Coffee, 30cts.; Black Tea, 11 Japan Tea, 51.20 ; best Young II y. too, $1.60 ; Best Boasted Coffee, SO eta.r Starch, 15ct.; DrieJ Curfanta, 25cU.; Soda, lOols., Crackers, lOcts Beet Candle, aOcts.; BestBa:s:ns: SQcta.; Floor, per sack, 81.75 ; Eggs. per doxen, 20cU.; Cracked Eggs, 15 cts.; Best Syrup, per gallon, 11 Car hen Oil, 35 cents ; Best Nayy Beans, per bushel, 53 ; Corn, C5ctt Corn Ileal, 90ctv; Turnips, 50cts Potatoes, fl.20 ; Buckwheat .Flour, per pound, Gets. Wheat is worth one dollar and ten cents at the mills. Barker & ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 13 January 1871

Special ilottcts. JOY TO THE AFFLICTED I ARESEDT FOU5D AT LAST t It Will Cure Your Cough ! It Will Prevent and Cure Consumption. That Cndi. vrtiir-k w. mrr BWsicctlnAT aw result in faliil fo' rr.me Umr1y Ij oa onus vi prion, if MH saeetftee yonr hie wltf-n your uew can tr cn-o i tialcst, ana iu a miim.ii w. v VAst is tte ('(.' qfHjatf When etmparml It Umltk. Allen's Lung Balsam H wirrurtH to break up the reset troerbleeome Coajrl. In 1 fCiwilKlT hnrt limn Thar t" remedy that can ijow taore evidence of real nacit than thta B AL S4.M, tor carina; COHSCIUTIOM, COUOBA, OOLM HrnMA, Ccp, 4c. K u oalr abont acrcn rears since the Balaam was Jrrs aff e-rrJ to toe public t sod in this abort Ume U has become known and aoprocUtod In nearly every town and vULwre thrunrbwit the United States eiid the Do - minion of Canada. Honireds of thousands of bottles xe aamU? oH, and thousands of witreates testify to It UTj-ira 1 power In ''"g the dlwrnw that it la roooa mended kx. THY FIItT Allen's Xiung Ba...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 20 January 1871

[From the Atlantic for January.] DOROTHY Q. A FAMILY PORTRAIT, BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. g!ttMrt raa!e, I na - - XMrtKiR KiiiMB, orsatDstliiiig lees: Girlish bast, but wosnaai j air, - I . , Bmootli, squire forehead, with ttprolkj hair. ' t y- - ' - v m ra-swi, , ( Taper Anrers and slender wrist. Hanging aleevea of stiff brocade ' Go tbey punted tbe little maid. On bar hand a purr gtrta Bite vtunoving and broods serene. '. Bold up tbe canvas full in view j Look 1 there's rat, the tight shines through, ' Dark with a oentarj't fringe of dost Thstwas a Bod-Coat's raptt thrust ! ", Bncta at the tale the lay old Dorothy Is daughter's daughter told. Wko the painter was none may Ml, , One whose beet was not over wen ; Hard and dry, it most be confessed, f Flat aa a rose that has long been pr fused ; Yet in her cheek the hues are bright, ; ! Dainty colors of red and white; ' And in ber slender shape sre seen ; Bint and proauae of stately mien. I not on her with eyes of Dorothy Q. was a lady...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 20 January 1871

THE CONSE I. VATI YE. SKPd A. KBU.T, IDITOB AS FBOPmiROK. -- U CONWBL8TIIiLE, OHIO : r RID AT, .....I Jan. 20, IST1. TEEMS THIS P A PEE VX nATX BKKX INBUCXD, through conversation with tnauy of our Babecribers, to change th Seraia of th UessssvATiri to the following : 8INGLK SUBSCRIPTION. Cb copr, one rear, nbn not ld la adranc. . On copr, one rtar, rmib lDtDCt, !. I TO CLUBS. Ta a Clak of tea, oao lar aaa talrtr-flva cent axels. . - 91S.M Ta a Clab or af1n, aaa . tlrar u lvtv-av cult tach, . fTS.Tft tV ALL DILIXQUSXTS wfl! be barged an, ill all chm at th rat of Two Collar a year. . . . HAYES' MESSAGE. -"We published Governor Hayes' lfsssag lait week, and our reader probably noticed Lis remark rela tive to taxation.' Ha admits that th poplof Ohio are taxed egr gtously, but at the lami liaia h as sarts that there is no remedy for this great evil, and advises the peo ple to baax th burden patisstly in the hop that some special provi dence will soon relieve them. - At least snch is the ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 20 January 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE M C0SNKL3VILLS : jTRXDjVY, Ja. 30, IST1. Rail Road Meeting. To the Citizens of Morgan Count), Ohio: "We, the undersignad, res Doctfnllv notify the Citizens of M - -. Morgan ConDtf, that thsra will ba m meeting at ihe Town HaJl, of . JlcConnejaviUe, on ' Saturday, January 2Stk, 1871, at 2 o'clock, P..M, to consider the Dayton "A Mineral Region Bail Road proposition. TYe would res pectfully uggst the propriety of appointing a committee, at said meeting, to coafer with the Presi dent and Directors of said road, and ascertain the object of said road, tbe contemplated Urminns, ' and what amount of stock would be required of this County to hare it extended to this place. JAMES B. McGEEW, . J. T. CREW, KM. 8TANBERT, W. A. STURGEON, - M. McDANIEL, TVORLKT ADAMS, ; JAMES A. McCONNEL, KLZTTKIPUTT, C. JJfBOZaiAN, GEO. S. CORNER, JOHN HARM-AX. McCunnelsTille, Jan. 2u 2vr. Notice. - '" The citizens ot Morgan county are hereby notified that the undersign ed, and 'those appointed ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 20 January 1871

Special Jtoticts. i 3 THE AFFLICTED ! JOY TO A REMEDY POCIkD AT LAST I It Will Cure Your Cough ! It TTQl I rent aud Cnre Consamptioo. - Tfcnt f 'aaurli, wlifct, Ta are neff!cri may refill t in filial onnmptt.a. if Mime lrmpi KrmcfiT i. not avd. Why &M.Titier Mnr WiV avhrij yoar UiBcnJon be cr so - ' qaiok, mitl tit to atuaatl a ro.-a t WUat i$ Ou Va'.rtc a Money When compared to IleaUK Allen's Lung Balsam H r -puit4 break nr the most trrmbloaoae Coach ia an itr-KliWf hort tteie. TUoro ia no remedy th.it ran show mar crtWcc of roai mocit tfisn this BAL SAM for carta Cohoumiiok, Oocuh-, Coun, . AsTHMv.Otorp, Ac, It oTty aboat mrxen year ftinoe the Bxteun wan firtt off "to-1 to the public ; and in thu a,w.r. time tt lws be cwno known anfl apptrfiat-od in nearly every town and iliace ttuvujraont U United State and the Ik-miit-ir-; of fana... Hnndroda of thmwrnli of WH)C arc 1 utoHjr noiii, anritoan-tof witnc-aes teat ly to ita neqia-lM iw;'r in healing the diwaaos that St is rocummc...

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