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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 27 January 1871

THE GOOD COMRADE. Tnd faithful comrade en. -V Ho better eoaM there be- J1 b, " rkarwe ni Jed, x Tiwrtlver to Ue alrtf, . " An be ep ttp witt iwl "" A fcnllet came, and who raU tea . ' Wchrf nt a. buned? Am! for him tbeminiit flew; M second self, my comrade tras, dying or tb ground. - Us tried to cissp my hand once Baore, I had tar Pfcw to toad 1 "I cannot rrssp thine Wad, adieu. I bid thee, 5 mj comrade true. Fonl, ir trial tn Qnd." THE PINK DOMINO. THE PINK DOMINO. Or a Masked Rail at Versailles. THE PINK DOMINO. Or a Masked Rail at Versailles. From the English Woman's Magazine.. I. A light cloud had iust Dartiallv hid don the brilliant rays of the moon. when a shadow passed rapidly along tuu yiuu inclosing pan 01 toe pars be longing to the high and powerful Dnke of , and, stopping at a low arched door almost, invisible shaded as it was dy the long, thick branches of a neigh boring oak, put a key in the lock, and saPied forth, after closing it carefully. A carriage was in . attenda...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 27 January 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE. lOSKra A. K1U.T, BDtTOB AWB PKOKIITOR. il'CONBLSyiliLE, OHIO : miD AT, Jan. 21, 18T1. TEH MS or THIS PAP Ell. AfS HAVE BEEN INDUCED, through conversation with many of oar Subscriber, to change the Urmi ef the CenmTATiTE to the following : . SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. : . One copy, one year, vrhen net paid In advance, VI. On copy, ene year, cash la advance, - $1.80 TO CLUBS. T a CIbb or (, lar and thirty-five cents each. 913.50 Ten Club of fifteen, one dollar and twenty-live cents each, I.T ALL DELINQUENTS will be charred up. in all cases, at the rate of In .Dollars a year. . High Schools. Statistics just com piled in the State School Commission er omceaoew that in au tne mga Schools of the State the girls lead the hoys both in enrollment and arenige daily attendance. The total number of boys enrolled in the High Schools is 9,008. and the total number of girls is 9.820. an excess in favor of the girls of 812. The average daily attendance of the boys is 0,411, while tbat o...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 27 January 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE. M CONKEL3VILLK : FRIDAY, Jan. 37, aSTl. Rail Road Meeting. . To the Udtens of Morgan , Covnty, 'Ohio's We, the undersigned,, res - pectfnlly notify the Citizens or Morgan Coanty, that there will be . m meeting . at tbe Town Hall, of McCocnelVil!e, on ; ' ; . Saturday, January 2St 1 871, J . t 2 o'clock, P. II., to eonsider the Dayton & Mineral - Region Bail Bosd proposition. "W e would re. 1 pectlully suggest-th propriety of 'appointing commute, at said meeting, to coaler with the' Presi dent and Directors of said road, and ascertain the object of said road, the contemplated t-rminus, and what amount of stock woo Id ; be required of this Coanty to have it ejendod to tnia piace. . ., ... JAMES B. McGEE"W," '. J.T. CRBW, - i B. JI. STANBEUY,- -, - o W. A. STURGEON, "M. Mc DANIEL, ' . ' WO RLKY ADAMS, JAMES A. McCONNEIi, ... KLZY TKIPLITT. - . C. B. BOZMAN. 1 GEO. S. COKNER, - JOHN HARM AN. -McConnelsviile, Jati. 20 2w.' Notice. The citizens ot Morgan county are h...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 27 January 1871

Special Itot'ucs. JOY TO THE AFFLICTED! A REMEDY POCUD AT LAST I " It Will Core Your Cough ! ; It Will Prevent and Cure Consumpt ion. ; That t'ooKh, which v.a are mrmtmtTts! nuny ; result la fatal Cwneaanption. if some - . aarriflrc ywnr life wbra 5 er JJtecaee can be rarr4 ss satc-lc, aad su mm saneJI a cost T What is ths Tmhu tfMomep Wktm osmpgroj t Btattk. wrwanM Kruwi t m hi use. it Allen's Lung Balsam tewwTtated to break op the mwt trrmbleerrm4 Congh t In am incredibly short Uoae. There ia no remedy that i ravn bow more evidence of real merit than this BAL SA M, for earing Coxicmptioh, Cocoas, Coum, j Astkka, Cmoup.Ae. Arst offered to the nebue; and ta this abort time tt haa become kaown and appreciated la nearly every town I and village throughout the United States and the Do- ia w only aooot seven years staee in Bilna via ( mlrdoa of Canada. Hundnsds of thoaaanda mi bottle. ' are annually sold, and thousands of wii testify te I nm uneunaieu power In nesting tne Iimmm taat tt ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 3 February 1871

SNOW FLAKES. SNOW FLAKES. BY H. W. LONGFELLOW. Oat X ths boson of ths sir, Ont of the ctond-folcte of fear garments shaken, Over the woodlands brows ud bare, Orer ths hem nekls fonakea, SOsnt, ud soft, ud clow, Deseeuds thesnow. Eea as aar elooded fancies take Soddenlv shape in hih divine expression. Even as the troubled heart doth nuke In the white eoantenraee nisifiinssw. The troubled skr lene The grief B leek. This is tbs poem of the sir, 81oly in siient rdlables recorded ; This M the secret of despsfer, Iaac in its etoadv boeom boarded. Now whispered and revealed To wood and field. THE INTERCEPTED LETTER. An Episode the Siege of Paris. BY CLARENCE F. BUHLER. From the New York Evening Mall. The truest story wall find soma in. credulous readers, and "perhaps -there re some "Page creetors." as Mrs. Gamp called them, who will be wicked enough to insinuate that mine should he taken with a grain of salt. But to begin. Louis Napoleon inau gurated the Franco-Prussian war under the impre...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 3 February 1871

T1IIT OTNSEHVATIYE. JOSEPH A. ESU.T, IIUTOB AXD rBOrSiKTO. JTCONriSLSYILLE. OHIO : FRIDAY, : Feb. 3, ISTl. TEEMS THIS PAPER. HAVE BZSX ' IXITJCE., tb.rwgi conversation wUh many of our Subscribers, tocuang tlo urau of tb Cvkssbtativw k tUofiUowioj : -SIXGLK SUBSCRIPTION. Ob cepy, one year, when met paid In adrance, V On eepr, one year, casta la advance, $1.30 " "". TO CLUBS. .. T a Clab r tea, oae del Bar aad thirty -five ceal acb. : $13.30 Ta a Clab or fifteen, aae dollar ana twenty-fife cents each, - 919. 73 -ATT. TiTET.lVOnENTS will ha charged op. in all cum, at the rate ef Twe .Dollar year. Colokel O. 1. Yca. member of the Ohio Leeislatur from Columbian county, died in Columbus on Friday of last week. r':mLmmmmam-Lmm: Tbikk hai been another leamoat fi- plosiou on the mifijippit ear aleophi. The W. T. Arthur haricr blowo op, cant. ag a lu iS 87 live. -' : . Thcbi it talk ta Oongrs of creating an additional Attorney General ol the Uoittti ctlaie. Jd? Lawrence, of Oak), whose term a...

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

THE. ; CONSERVATIVE. M'CONXLsVlLLE : FRIDAY, ..... Feb. 3 IS?1. ft The LALIS3 of tho Presbyterian Church will hold a Festival, on the eve ning of St Valentine' Day, FEBRUARY HTH, 1S71, et' ltOHRTS" ITALL, in McConnels Ville, for the purpdse of raising luuds ' to be applied to the liquidation of some old debt against the Church. Every body Ja invited. . . feb,-3l&71-2w. RAIL ROAD! Meeting on Last Saturday. The Rail oad Meeting, bold in Town ,Uall last " Saturday, u lar Jeiy attended, -considering the inclement weather wluch made it exceedingly di airreeable for 'our farmers to come twu . The proceedings Were a-'ofitas follow -J.T.Cietr was chosen Chairman, and Atthttr Forid. Secretary. A committee of three, consisting of E. if. Stanbery lioses M'Daniol, and . L. Ball, was appointed to con Or with the President atiij T;rectors of the Dayton A Miner al Region Rail Road, and ascertain on whit conditions it conld be made extend through Morgan county. A County-Committee was also appoi...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 3 February 1871

Special notices. 3 i 1 JOY TO THE AFFLICTED A REMEDY FOUND AT LAST J It Will Cure Your Cough ! It Will PreTent and dire Consumption. That Cough, which ve are- riealrs-lln;, saajr reenlt in fatal 'oiiun:pni. if same promni Kemrily i not rd. Why starriflrr- vonr life vrhr-D yoar liK-eme can lie cared so stick, ami at mail a rant ? mat tt tht Valtu qf Money When mipared t Health. Allen's Lung Balsam Is warranted to break up the mo- shronbleso-oe Confrh in a tncredihtf ftbort time. Toere-s no ramedy that can show mo evidence of real merit than this BAL SAM for curing CosrHPTIOM, CoCOfift, CoLDe, Akteva, Caorp, Ac, I is only alout wven years wince the Balsam was first offered to the public : and in this short time fat has be come known and appreciated in nearly every town and Ulace thronfthout the Unltod States and fee Domin ion of Canada. Hundreds of thousands of bottles are annually aold, and thousands of wi&ies testify to ita 1 neqnafed power in hesiine; the diseases that it is re...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 10 February 1871

JIM BLUDSO. (OR THE PRAIRIE BELLE) (OR THE PRAIRIE BELLE) BY JOHN HAY. Watt, ao ! I oat t-H wnar ha Uvea, Because be doot live, yrm see ; Lsastwavs, he's got oat of Ins habit Of Hnn' tike yon and am. Wbsr nav yon been for the task three year That yon haven't heard folk tell Bow Jimmy Blndeo passed to his check. The Bigot of the fralii BeQe t Ee rse nt no aint them engineer I all pretty mooo alike One wife in KafceHuidsr-tbe-Hin And another one hare. In Pike. A keerless nan in hi talk was Jim, And aa awkward nan in a row Bathe never flanked, and ne never Bed, I reckon he never knowed now. And this was all the religion be had To treat his engine well ; Never be passed on the river ; To mind the Pilot's bell ; And if ever the Prairie Belle took fire A thonaand times he swore. He'd hold her nozzle agin the bank Till the last aoul got ashore. AH boats has their day on the Miasisslp, And her day came at last The H ovaster was a better boat, Bat tbo Belle sne wouldn't be passed. And so she...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 10 February 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE. IOSEPH a. SBU.T, IDITOB iSB R0?aUKTOB.. U'CONWELSYILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, ...... Feb. XO, 18TI. TERMS- or THIS PAPER . WE HAVE EEEX INDUCED, through conversation with many of our Hubacribers, te change the term of the CvKsirvativc to the f-llowkig : SISGLE SUBSCRIPTION. On ?ny, on year, when not paid In adranee, $?.td One copy, one year, cash In advance. 91.59 TO CLUB3. To a Clab or ten, one dol lar and tnlrtr-Bve cents each. fl3.SO To a Clab of fifteen, one dollar and twenty-five centi each, $18.75 t&" ALL DELINQUENTS will be charged up, in oil oases, at the rate of Two Dollars a yar. "WibShacres"' are ptediciing that a Turkish War will open up next Spring ; And, also, hat Grout Brit iacand Uio United States will be at war by-next Fall. The Northern Ohio Fair Associ ulioo will hold its Second Annual Fair, commencing the 12th of Sep tember and closing on the Satur day following, at Cleveland, News from the European Warln dicates that the armistice will c!oe withou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 10 February 1871

THE COX SERY ATI Y E. " M COXNELbVlLLE : ' rBIDil, . . . , Feb. XO, ISTl. PESTIVAL ! " The LADIES of the Presbytejfatn Clturch will hold a Festival, on the eve ning of St. Valemtine'a lay, FEBRUARY 14TH, 1871,' at MOKRIS IlAXL, in McCohneln- ville, for tha purpose of raisins funds Ut be applied to the liquidation of some -old debts agiunat the Church. .very body u invited. Admission 10 cento. Feb. 3, 18712. .Ho chajige id the Home Market. Service at the next Sabbath. Caiholic Church Acooanrea to the Ground Hoz Story, ire are to have six weeks more of wint er. . " Art ice-gonre, ju6t, VelowGaj-B-Tort; suspended navigation on Toes- day. ' - - . A Grsat deal of sickness is prevs lent amongst the children of this lo cality. - - - : that W. M. Grimes in the Presbyterian will preach Church next Sabbath EianT members were added to the Universalis! Church, ot this place, on last Sabbath. Key n. i. J5ix3KLL will Derm a protracted meeting at McKcudree Ciurch, on next Sabbath. Bet. V. T. JiOBi...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 10 February 1871

Special Notices. JOY TO THE AFFLICTED I A REMEDY FOISD AT LAST! It Will Chare Your Cough ! It Will Present and Core Consumption. That t'onirh, wulrh ynw urr newleeffna: wmv result in filial UnHinptlniii "" prwnM Remedy i. wol n-l. Why sacrifice Tonr lrf- when yar DinrmT ca.ii rnfil aw oaick, ana cr mm . small n. rewt ff What h the VcUut ofUimem When xmpired at Bmltk. Allen's Lung Balsam In Wftrraat-i to break lift the mnat traablsnta Oomrh in u iocrclibly short tim. Thar is no romdj Uit cu nov more ev.4onoe of ri merit thaa this B AI. 8AM. for (rttrmg COKSCKPTIOll, COUQHS, Coum, Asthma, Cnorp, A. Is is only about cTfv yar. sfnee the BilttB was Hr ottered to the public ; 4 In this turt Use It nee becone known nd innreciatd In nearly every town en J rillAf throohant tbc United States and the Do ninlna of Canada Hnndreds of thons-.nd of bottles ire annually eold, and ttwaaands of wlrnesse teei to Its anoqaaled power la coaling the dKeaiw loat it k raooaunanded far. TRY FIRST .tlllen's ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 17 February 1871

BRET HARTE'S POEMS. Mr. Harte, who to the editor of the Onrkri Monthly, ha counted Into a Tolnne "his fugitive P." mm ail eoDectton. which contains ber of pieces not known, la pabUafced by Field, Oe- eo-UfeGo. Among the mn to tola report of BRET HARTE'S POEMS. "WHAT THE ENGINES SAID ON THE COMPLETION OF THE PACIFIC RALBQADS." What waa it the engines amid, Pilots touching bead to head Fmcing on toe sica-le traok, Half a world behind eachba? Thie ia what the engines amid, Unreported and unread! With a prefatory sereeoh. In a florid western speeon. Said the engine from the West "I am from Sierra crest ; And, if altitude a test, Why, I reckon, W eonfessed That re done my knei beat." 8aid the engine from the East : " They who work best talk the feast, expose yon whistle down your brakns ; What yonVe done ia no great shakes Pretty fair but let onr meeting Be a different kind of greeting. T Let theea f olka with champagne (raffling, ' Hat their engines, do the pufiHQ. 1 I Vkw A.I li 1 1 Sh...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 17 February 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOBBrK A. KSU.Y, SDITO AD rBOrUBTOB. - JTCON-NELSVILLB, OHIO : FRIDAY, Feb..!, 111. TERMS THIS PAPER. nt hate been induced, iareagh conversation with many of our Subscribers, to ehange the term of toe CosBTATiva to the following : ' SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one rear, wheo not paid la adrance, $3.0 One copy, one year, caita In adTance, fl.Sw ""'.'"' TO CLUB3. To ft Club ef ten, one dol lar and tnJrty-nve cent each. $10 To a Club or fifteen, one dollar and Iweaty fire cents each, $IS.T5 ALL DELINQUENTS will be charged up, in all case, at the rate of Two Dollar a year. " ' PEACE IN EUUOPJB. The la test newt from Europe ia to the effect that a Committee has been appointed to negotiate a poace, an & that Uoltka. and Bismarck have eigned'a draft ot treaty, and that the German army is preparing to return home. ' . Illinois proposes to pay, under its now Constitution, the following salaries in the Executive Depart ment of the. State government: Governor, $8,000 ;...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 17 February 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE. r ; irCONHELSVILLE : ' -FRIDAYj . . .. . . Feb. IT, I8T1. NOTICE. CongTess has passed a law granting! Pensions to surviving enlisted and drafted men, including Militia and Volunteers, who served Sixty Da)i " in -the War of 1812, and to the turviv- ing widows of sach soldiers. ' ' Those who know themselves entitled ' to receive the benefit tof the Act, will do well-to call cpon. the undersigned, who had in his possession the proof to ernable many of the -old soldiers (or their widows)of this ;ounty to procure pensions. His terms are reasonable. ; ... - - J AS. M. GAYLOBD, Febl7,'71.' - McConmels villa, 0. Attention, Community t ' The' partnership existing between il.. n A : m. I 1 .V c wuv ... ... .ftIG lit UJ UMJiQ ef D. H. Mortley A Co., will expire, by May, next. - jilt persons knowing themselves m i dtbted, are respectfully requested to - mase settlements with V. H. Mortley " previous to that date. The stock on nana -will te eiosed out lor cash or produce, cheap...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 17 February 1871

FOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS. The Drummer Boy. The Drummer Boy. BY PAULINA. Tbe short thick ear la on the knapsack lay Fran tbe roof Ira hundreds of mile away ; And th iun looked down on tb bright voung eyem an took the ukwl faom Paradise. Twii the battle ere, for a deadly fray Was sure to win dawning day : And the drtunnssr breathed on hta banded knee Tb prayer be teamed neatb the old roof tree. Oh t the boy waa bra-re when the strife began When the cannon roared, and the red tide ran ; But his mind went baok on that eve before, To oft tb latah of hia mother1! door And hl deter tana from ber childish play. To roam wit h him o'er the hill away ; And hie mother eyes have a mournful Joy Aa her white ilpa murmur, " God bfcwa my boy." El eyas are ctoeed to the starry beams, He ts'far away in the land of dream, And the wind's low moan hath a haunting spell As he dark pinea murmur, M Farewell t areweU." The morning dawned and the battle sped The neid waa won and the turf was red ; Night wept he...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 24 February 1871

WAR. From the Spanish of Carolina Coronado de Perry. BY MARTHA PERRY LOWE. War to the North I War In the 8 Hitharo sky ! : Tim wis n shining oa Um bloody ground ; I The ell of time rinn oat in , As d counts the mm-ju- bj Ui Uit k ijnnd. TtspeaatiifaM all tbs nations change; KmpireB, religions, vanish at their nod ; Bnt still on earth do wmr1! dread nlnlom r::ge, And tone their ansae back to Egypt's God, , mtftoy by the slayer's hand. i to as cones on thy solemn train - Before the laws of Moms than dld'et stand, And aftar Jeans stul thy prlnoes reign I Ons esasaleas clamor is the nation's cry, And all humanity is bat s groan : The world Is weary of the ages sigh. And weary is the Almighty on Bis throne. Btretoh out thy arms, 0, thon patemol sea, Han pity on as in oar grief and storms, And girs these wretobed bits of earth that be, A tomb amid thy old re loess! forma. If thon thouMHa ewallaw a? this saeient world, Thon great immensity, with sovereign sweep, A better oontinent might ye...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 24 February 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE. (OEVI A KEU.T, EDITOR 1KD POPRItTC. H'CONffSLSVIIiLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, Feb. 34, 18T1. Prohibition STATE TICKET. FOR GnVRRlMW, GIDEoX T. STEWART, of Huron. TOR MK.rT. OOVKRKO, T. II. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. r08 BOARD OK Pmi.IC WORKS, L. B. SILVER, of Columbian. FOR 8CPBEVK JL'DT.K, SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. FOR TKRASCRBR, THOMAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware, FOR ATTORSKY CEtttIL, J. W. STINC1IC0ME, of Hocking. FORBTATB COMMISSIONER OF COM. SCHOOLS, DR. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Atheni. FOR I'LRRK OF BTPRRMB COURT, ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOR AUIUTOR OF STATU, W. B. CHADWICK, of Franklin. We raise at the head of oar col umns this week, the Prohibition State Ticket, nominated at Dela ware, on Wednesday of this tveok. II ad we time and space at ibis late hoar (Thursday at 3 o'clock, P. M.,) to lay b'ore our readers a report of the Convention, wo wo jld gladly do so. Suffice it to say at present, that the Convention was not only a larje one and full of enthusiasm, bat it was al...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 24 February 1871

: THE ;. CON SEIIYATI YE MCONXELSV1LLE : FRIDAY, Feb. 34, IS71. TERMS THIS PAPER. '. WB HAVE BEKJT INDUCED, through conversation vfith many vf oar Subscribers, to shange the Urmi of the ConvRTATire to the following : SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION, One copy, one jear, when not paid In advance, One copy, one 7ar, oash an advance, fl.M TO CLUBS. To a Clan of (en, one del liar aad thirty-are ecnti each. f13.00 To a Club ef fifteen-, one dollar aad twenty-fire . cents each, . . $18.78 " t- ALL DELIXQUENTS wiU be aaarr ed op, in all ease, at the rate of ' Two Dollan a year. A GRAND TABLEAUX. EX- . 1 ERTAIKMJEST I Come and aee once more the . Good Old Scenes of Tore I ' The liadies of the Baptist Church wiU give a TABLEAUX EnterUin- ment, with Jtciresnmenie ana plen ty of Good Music, in SHEPARD'S HALL, on Thursday even in sr; the . 2d day ol SUrch, 187,1. The Orcbestra will be m attend anee. Admission, 25 cents Cb.il dren under 12 years, 15 cents. NOTICE. Congress bas passed a law granting Pnnainna ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 24 February 1871

FOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS. A Resemblance. A Resemblance. BY MIGNONETTE. Little girl, about whom feature! Still the infant graoes play, Just a dewy morning bncere . Honnd the growing, brightening day ; Curia of Bring gold ekMe-eHnging To the forehead's rounded white, Eyee aa aoft and dark and tender As a atarlH nimwr night ; Utile feet that lightly flying Scarcely aeem to touch the ground ; Toioe aa aweet as eong of robin When the fields are winter-bound! Do I chill your dancing spirits With my gaze so long and sad. That for one brief flitting moment loa forget jour game ao gladt lis because in happy summe Happy summers gone for A' A little girl with just such ringlets Walked with me earth's clouded way. REMINISCENCES FO AN ENGINEER. A Wolf Chase. "We vera engaged for some -weeks . after the incidents mentioned finishing our " cross sectioning," and just as our work waa completed, we received in structions from headquarters, to con tinue our survey from a point about thirty miles distan...

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