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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 3 March 1871

THE WHOLE STORY. -Oil dt -job the . ''"--'- Thm sery words ttiat were aiid. - - - - Sow see tbe supper was eooklns;, , - And I waa slicing eome tread, gd"Bfatmrd mm Into tfce tunli-r """-,. '" face wh eiceedmglr r-d. And he opened lita hslt-ahut angers, ABd put me glimpoe of s ring; And then oh ! yus, I remember. An Fumy came in wiuTEer baby, Tbe cunningeet bunch of e thU-g. And the biscuits me ont in minute Well, what earns next! Let me ace Oh 1 Fumy waa there with her babT, ; And we an aat down to tea ; And grandma looked over her glasses e queer at Bichard and me! Bat it wasn't till after milking. That heaaid what he had tu ear. Howwaattt Oh ! Finny had taken The baby and gone sway The fouiieat rcgue of a fellow Ha had new tooth that day. We were standing under the pram-tres, And Richard said something tow. But I waa tired and flustered. And trembled, I almoat know : For old Bed i the hardest of mi hen. And Brindle ao horribly alow. And then let me see where was I r Oh 1 the star...

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 March 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE. I09XFH A. EBilT, IBITOB 4D rBorBIBTOB. U'COSLSTILLB, OHIO : FRIDAY, . .". March 3rd, IST1. . Prohibition STATE TICKET. FOB 60Vg0, GIDEON T. STEWART, of Huron. foa MttTT. COTERXOB, P. 1. WEDDELL, of Montgomery. FOR BOARD OF FCBI.IC WORK!, L. B. SILVER, of Columbians, for suprkmb jonot, SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. FUR TMA8URIR, THOMAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware. FOR ATTORVET QIXCKaL, J. W. STINCHCOMB, of Hocking. FOR IT ATI COXlUeSIOSKB OF COM. SCHOOLS, DR. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens. FOR CXRRK r SVPRCXI COURT, ARZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOR AUDITOR PF STATS, W. B. CHADWICK, cjf Franklin. Platform of the National Prohibition Party. Adopted at the Chicago Convention Sept'r 2, 1869. YTbbbbab, Protection and allegianee are reciprocal duties, and every eitixen who yields obedience to the just com mands of his government is entitled to the full, complete and perfect pro tection of that government in the en joyment of personal security, person al liberty, and private property...

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 March 1871

CONSERVATIVE.! ' . .,. MCONKELSVILUS : . . FRIDAY, .... March S, 1ST1. TERMS THIS PAPER . SIXGLs! 6CBSCRIFTI0X. Oae copy, yeetr, when net paid lb advance, $9.99 Od copy one year, cash an aaraacc, $1U9 TO CLUBS. Ta a Clab af tea, eat elol- lar and talrtjr-flve tend each. $13.50 Taa Clab of fifteen, one etollar aa4 sweaty-Are eeata aacb, $IS.?3 ALL DXLINQUKHT8 will be char e4 ap. ia all eases, at the rate of Two Dollar a year. THE Notice. The Mile Society ol the M. E Church will meet at the residence of Amos Bmdy, on TUESDAY EVE NLNG, MARCH 7lh. A ccrdi! in vitation is extended to a 1. Dissolution Notice. The partnership heretofore exist ing between Pears & Hill is this day, by mutnal consent, dissolved. The books, notes, Jfcc, belonging to said Firm, are in the bands of W. F. Peairs, at tbo store, and we re quest all knowing ihemselvee in debted to us to call on him and make settlement for arae. PEAIRS & HILL. Feb. 15, 1871 2w. Attentlea, Comnianlty t The partnership existing...

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 March 1871

Special iIoti5. V 3 V q i i i JOY TO THE AFFLICTED ! . A REMEDY FOUND AT LAST t It "Will Core Your Cough ! It ma PrfTent and Cure Consumption. .nick, anrf st WAsf ft (k Falsi sf JTsiars re ts fTeaiiA. Allen's Lung Balsam warranted to break an the moat troobieeowie Coejrb la aa incredibly abort tuna. There is no remedy that can show More evidence of rexi merit than Uua BAL SAM tor wring CoKSUKrnoK, Coughs, CoiaDe, Abth a. Croup, Ao, It ! only about sere yean atnoa the Balaam was first offered to the pa bite ; and la this abort Ume it baa be come knoam and appreciated in nearly every town and village throughout the United States and the Domin km of Canada. Hundreds of thousands of bottles are annually sold, and thousand of witnesses testify to its aneqnaled power in healing the dissaass that It is reoom aaended foe TRY FIRST Allen's Lung Balsam WHAT THE DOCTORS SAT. Anoa Woolly, M. D., of Koaeinaca Oo, tnd.. ears: For three rears past I kaa need AUeo's Lang Bal aam extensively fa my p...

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 March 1871

LIFE. LIFE. BY EDGAR A POE. " Lo ! tij gala niht '" ' 6it in a theater, lo awe A ptay o kopei tad foan, ' WhUe the orchoetre bratbo atfollr Tbe muds of the ephene. M imea, ia iha farm of God as kick. Matter and mnmble tow. And hither and thither fly ; Mm poppata f-er, whs noma and so At bidding of tea formloM thinae . ThataaifttbeamDerTtoandfro, . Flapping rraaa oat their eoad arinoa Inrtatbto woe 1 " That motley drams ! oh, be smra It ahall not be forgot I With tta phantom ehaaed for eteimure - By a erowd that aleae it not, Thronga a oirele that ever rerorneth la To the ealf aame apt ; - And mnoh of madneaa and mora of ain And horror the aool of the plot I But aea, amid the mimle root A erewiiog ahape Intrude 1 A Wood-red thing that writhea from otat The acenie eoiitnde I it writhea! it writhea with mortal pause - The mtmea become lie food. And the eerapbe aob at vermin faoga In human sure imbued. OiUffli are (he 8hbuaoot j ! " : And orer each qutrering form "" The ewrtain, a funer...

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 March 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE. lOtEPS a,. KKU.T, BBMOB ABB FMFU1TOI. H C0NWXL8YILLS:, OHIO : FftlDlT, : . . March 10, 1ST!. Prohibition STATE TICKET.! mwrnioi, GIDEON T. HTEWART, of Huron. fob trier, oovbbbob, P. IL WXDDELL, of Montgomery. row Mi rvwic woaaa, L. B. SILVER, of Colurnbiaae. roa arpaava jenns, AMUIL S. ADAMS, ef Cuyahoga, ma tcik, TH0KA8 EVAS3, Jr., of Delaware. FOa ATTOaSKT OBXSBtL, J. W. aTI CUOMB, of Hocking. rB StATB COM IHMH1 OF COM. eCBOOLS, DX-SULOUoN HO VVASD, of AUtana. ra clr or scntaxa cocbt, ASZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. res apditoe or stitb, ' T. U CHAD WICK, of Franklin. J .JIB1.' ewaaaeaaae i Platform of the National Prohibition Party. Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r 2, 1869. VTeaBBAB, Pro taction and allegianee ara reciprocal duties. Bad every aititan who yield obedienca to the juit com mands of hia government ia eatitlad - to tho fall, complete and perfect pro- VeUvn oltbM government iaine n--joymentcf personal security, person al liberty, and privet property...

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

THE CONSERVATIVE. ii r M'COXItELSYlLLS i FRIDAY, . . . March 10, ISTl. THIS PAPER. KGIX STTBSCBIFTIOX.: ' Ob cepy, one year, whi ot paid la aoraace, $. no copy, rear, eewle fra aelvanee, $!. TO CLUBS. To Clob or ta, , lr an f hlrty-ave eeats each. tlS.1 Taa Clah of fifteen, one dollar ana twenty fire cents each, - tIS.TS f-ALL DXUKQUDfTa will be ebarged wp, in all eaaee, at tit rate ef Two Dollars a year. NOTICE. To all whoa it may concern : C. B. Sozrau bu thii day withdrawn from tit Finn of Coehrsn, Bosnian, a Co. . IT. M. COCHRAN, - O. B. BOZKAN, -' - J. F. SOXNAXSTIXE. Urca4th, 1870. . - . ... Dissolution Notice. ,.Tb partnership heretofore exist ing between Fears & Hill is this day, by tnataal consent, dissolved. The books, notet, belong ing to aid Firm, are ia- too hands of W F. Peairs, at the store, and wo re quest alU knowing themselvee in debted to ns to call on hioi and raake settlement for tame. PBAIE3 HILL. Feb. S5, 1871 2w.- ' Congress has passed a law granting Pens...

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 March 1871

Special notices. JOY TO THE - AFFLICTED I A RKJJKJDT FOTJSD AT LAST." . fit Will Cure Your Cough 1 - It WlUPmtt and Cue Consumptian, That tlewrh, which to" err irjihMtn enm. " . . r f Drewpi Kenw is not msvu. " J . nrj-ISce roar life Jw3 M 0 he HIM ui at SO) aick V VlkxIfcfAe rain qfltihtei Wmr tampat td m Bealtk. Allen's Lung Balsam to warranted to break up the most troiiMenome Couirh to b iMTMllbtj short I t um There at no remedy that ean sUow nn ertdenoe of real merit than Una BAL 8AM, for evrtac. CowwumoM, Gocom, Oolzw, ; arnuu, Citour, Ac Is is only abodt seren years tdnc the Balaam wma lint eered to Uw pobtte : and la this airart tkm K has . .beoomekDowaaadapxiraeiaud in nearly err town ana Tiiiaxe tarouxnonr toe unnea nteies ana me uv- niou of Cannon. Uondraoa ot -nowa-a-aoa 09 oo'ew-a- are annually eold. and tooaaanda of witnesses testify to - iaMoafe4 pownr in hssl.n tan diaaaaaa that it to ( .vaoommeadd inc. - i -t ,r- -rl o TKT FIHOT ' - '- - , batmen's Lung Balsam Z . - ...

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 March 1871

ALICE CARY'S SWEETEST POEM Ho apologr is needM at thia time for reproducing the foDowtajr exqnistte lines by tbe kunented Alice Cary-anes hkA,i4fc flyman rf so .oupateM critic aa Edgar A. Poe, dta is to rank amonf ta wry nneet oontributtons to tha poetic Btnatna tnn country Of an tha beautiful picture That kan am Memory wan, la on of a dim old forest, That asematk best of all ; Hot for tta gnarled oaks olden, iwinuutUHMot; ' Hot for th rioleta golden That sprinkle toe rale below; , Sot for tie miDnrhite Ulie J That lean fran the fragrant hedge, j Ooqueting all day with the bod beams, - And stealing their golden edge; ' Xot for tbe Tinea on the upland ', Where tbe bright red berries rest; j Xor the pinks, nor the pals, sweet cowslip, It seemeta to me the best." I ones had s UtUe brother ', With eree that were dark and deep t " In the lap of that'oUea foreat , beth hi pesos asleep; j ' lfht as the down of the tattle, Free as the winds that blow. We rored there the beautiful Snmmers, T...

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 March 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE. TC01lK3L8TILLfi, OHIO : FRIDAY, . . Slarcn IT, 18T1. - Prohibition STATE TICKET. : ros OOVBBBOK, GIDEON T. STEWART, ef Huroa. pon liept. ooverxob, P. 1L WEDDELL, of Montgomery. . . ros boakd or PUBLIC WOS.ll, L. B. SILVER, of Columbian. . roa cupbems jcdc.e, -' SAMUEL E. ADAMS, of Cnyahoga. WR TRBASTJBRB, ' ' THOHAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware. POR ATTOBSBY OEYBRAL, J. W. 8T1KUHC0MB, of Hocking. rOR STATS COKHIBSICirKB Of COM. SCHOOLS, DB. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athena. roa clebb or tcrum covbt, ." ABZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOB ATOTTOB f"P CTATB, W. B. CHADWICK, of Franklin. Platform of the National Prohibition Party. Adopted at the Chicago Convention, Sept'r. 2, 1869. s Wmui, Protection and allegiance are ' reciprocal duties, and evwy eitisea who yields obedience to the just com mand of his government is entitled . to the full, complete and perfect pro taction of that gorernment in the en joyment of personal security, person al liberty, and private property, and yTbkbeas,...

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 March 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE. ,,.-.M CONSLS VILLI i Fill DAT, .I . felatcli If, ISTi. T E RMS THIS PAPER. " SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION, v Vne copy, ne year, wbn - Hot paid la a4Vaae, $. ton copy, one- 7ar cash - a a ranee, - I.B TO CLTJ28. Tm a Club ef tea, lar aaa talrtr-ava ceats x . -acB. '- - ii.5w T a daa f fifteen, n aollar . aa twenty-five nU eah, . $XS.?S 0 ALL DBLINQtJSNTB will be fclxarged up. in all eases, at the rat of Twe Dollars a year. Morgan Township Prohibi tion Convention. ""' A Prohibition Township Conven - tion will be held at the Mayor 'i Of fee m McConnelsviIle, on to-mor. . row evening, ' 8ATTJKDAY, MARCH 18lh, at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of iio- minatms candidates for the various Township and Corporation officers, . 10 x elected at the coming April ipotion. All Prohibitionists are invited to be present and act at del egates., -, ' '. By Order of Committee. Election Notice. " To the Electors of Morgan Tp.: Too are hereby notified that there will be an election held at the May ...

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 March 1871

Special Jloticfs. JOY TO A 1 1 Vl 1 THE AFFLICTED ! A REMEDY FOVHD AT LAST I It Will Cure Your Cough ! ' It Will Pirrent and Core CeiisiimpUoB. Twnt Ooerla, which yss lTf alt wt Kennedy r fife wrbea ys ma kwr4M need. Way yssr What W (As ralwfMmep WkcntmnparoiUHealtA. Allen's Lang Balsam nrMad to break to the Boat Uooblcooms Ooox-h la sa incredibly uhort Una. Than is as remedy tbat r ah ebow more endenee of real merit thta thr B Air BAM for rnHnf Caitmmpno, Oocobb, Cow, AnEiu. Cbocp, c, It Mt only about eerea years sines tie Balsas wt ft Srst offered to tft. public ; and la tbia abort Hid it haa be aM known and apm-ecieted la nearly i"7 town aad eUlace tbreoirhout the United States aad the Dmnia toa of Canada. Huadreu of thoueende of bottles ere snouxJly eold, and thoueandsofTntoenre. teetlfj to wneouaied power la heeiiar, Uu dlaaaaaa (baa at at Allen's TRY FIRST Luntr Balsam WHAT THK DOCTORS SAY. Amos Woolly. H. D., of Kooersaea Oo laA, says: " F-rr three years paat I here aaod Alie...

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 March 1871

A CHINESE POEM. wliat assawfcatMnlls -. Boot ChiDanaao doumMt awef Out Chinaiaaa maka good aaoa -Iiks other nea called foreigner sT It. Wliat so h tare sradm pigtail T What bo his fao. dark and bmt Dob Ixfehmaa gottee hillkica, And teethes sal ooveredwtta hair T -. The Chinamaa sattas, of eoarsa, Soma ratu and miose and fros, Bui the rrennhmaa tanas tha hone,. And the Irishman settee the hog. The Irishman wMakyUko snob. The Fnaeham wine anutee be. The hsr bear flitee the Dutch, s Sot tag c&aenan driukes he tea. Why uutlee be nil ill, too, A nigger blsckee than he,' And Tote like Irishmen do. For Inglnoa oaltod Taminse t Then Chinaman Uderman, too. With belUe so bigteess dram. And nmehee tobeeoo he ehew. And drmftee nmoh whisky and ram. And then he wfll very much eoon Take ho Idee of Tweedee gnat hand, Bs high eockatoraai Tycoon Of Uus sresles and alortons land. BROUGHT TO THE POINT. BROUGHT TO THE POINT. I. " Do yon believe in spirits. Captain siade r .j . j ."::.-t:. st' And th...

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 March 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE. lowra A. KCLLT, -BBITOK aw noniRoi. M'CONWSL8TUiL, OHIO : TRIDA.Y, . . . March 34, 1871. ' Prohibition STATE TICKET. TOR SOTMHOB, " " GIDEON T. STEWART, of Huron. FOB LIBCT. SOVERWO, P. XL WEDDELLs of Montgomery. FOR BOARD OF FTBLTt WORKS, L. B. 8ILVER, of Columbiana. FOB (CPRni JCDOB, AUTJEL E. ADAMS, of Cuyahoga. FOB TRBASUBCB, THOMAS EVANS, Jr., of Delaware. FOB ATTOBITKY GI3CEBAL, - J. W. 8TINCHC0MB, of Hocking. FOR ST ATI COmCTBIIANEB OF COX. SCHOOLS, X. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athtn. FOB CLSBK OF SCPRKXE COURT, . AEZA ALDEBMAN, of Morgan. FOB AUTirTOB OF STATB, W. B. CHADWICK, of Franklin. Prohibition Toxcnship Ticket.- For Trustees. ANDREW J. LAWRENCE, BAUUKL PRICE, For Assessor, SAMUEL SMITH. For Treasurer, JOHN 11. MURRY. For Clerk, ADDISON A.ADAIR. For Constables, ABNER PYLE, JOHN C. HEAD. Prohibition Corporation Ticket. For Trust, EDGAR SHARP, HIRAM McGRATH, MOSES MeDANIEL. For Clerk, ADDISON A. ADAIR. For Trustees of th Bnrial Ground, 1 year T. D. CHEADLE, 2...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 24 March 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE. - J1COXSELSV1LLI : FRIDAY, . . . March 34, 1ST1. . T E RMS THIS PAPER. SIXGLB SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one year, nbu not paid la advance, S9.M One cepy. ene yar, cask In advance, - - ftaU&O TO CLUBS. To a Clnb or ten, one dol lar and thirl y-flve cents each. - To a Clab of fifteen, one dollar and twenty-five cents each, flS.T ALL DELINQUENTS win be charged np. In all oess, at the rata of 1 wo Dollar a" a year. Election Notice. To the Electors of .Morgan Tp.: You r hereby notified that there will be u election held At the May or's Oitica in . McConnelsville, on Monday, the 3d day of April, 1871, to elect the following officers, to wit: Three Township Trustees ; One Townshijy Clerk; - Oue" Township Treasurer ; One Township Assess or ; and Two Constables. By Order of the Trustees. ' L. 1IARTER, Tp. Clerk. ilsrch 17, 1871. 3w. REMEMBER The .Prohibition Meeting ta night at il Towp Halt.. A special iavi tatioir n extended to tbe Ladies Let the tnm-onl bo general 1 Ilo...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 24 March 1871

SEXD FOR SIMPLE COPIES or t EMOCRAT TOM. 18 71. SOMETHING FOR THE FU3 LIC TO KNOW. Extraordinary Inducements for ' Subscribers TO PO.MEROY'S DEMOCRAT WHICH PAP KB HAS THE Largest Circulation of any Political Newspaper in this or any other ConntryJ '. So great haa been the success of pub- lishing this paper since it was begun in the City of New York, on the 1st day ' of Jannary, 1869, that we are enabled I . . - to give the people of this country a . better newspaper for 1871, than was I -ever before printed in America. The circulation of . , ' . . t T1 T. t mm PiX!ER0r3 DEMOCRAT has more than doubled during the past year, and every Democratic victory, no matter in what part of the country, oo- .eurring, brings to ' ' POMEROY'S DEMOCRAT more subscribers, more friends, defend , era, readers and circulators. We accept . this rapid and constant increase of cir culation as a proof that our good inten tions, earnestness and determination to I press forward the fight in behalf of De inocra...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 31 March 1871

THE HAWK'S NEST. BY BRET HARTE. l(taWtilMtol1dillilllrtlTOj. aonbtod Bow Of the dark ollv. dt-.th. of pines, rwomidlM A thousand feet below ; AbovettMtmsBjt of the canon, lifted. The frey bawk oreat.leas hmu, e2,tb Ji wmjred shadow drifted What fane tad thorn-cosh clung ; H"""' half-way. mcsmtata nds n furrowed many a seam ana seer. Or soros abandoned tunnel dimly borrowed A mole kill awn ao far ; W look in silenoe down across the distant Unfathomable reach, A fiance broken by the guide conaistent And realistic apeech ; "Walker of Murphy blew a hot hrough Peter x vr tvuuig nun nv uea, ken Bp and dusted ont of Sonth omitos Across Uw Ion: DlTtd. ' w Mmt of strong a and np through Eden, And p this mountain (Peters'' brother lsadtnl. And me and Clark and ioe. " He fort as rue f somehow, I disreaiembrr Jeat how tne thins kem rauad f ,- toaae say twas wadding, tone a scattered ember From nrea on he trowed. - . But In one inmate B the hffl heLrw him' - Was juet one stmt of flame; - - eiam ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 31 March 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE. I09IPK A. ItUl, BOITOB AJfB FBOrBIBTOB. J4C0N1HSLQVILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, .-. . March 81, ISTt. Prohibition STATE TICKET, OIDEOX T. BTEWART, of Huron. FOR LTICT. WTIMOI, P. XL WECDELL, of Montgomery. fob board or rrBLic wonts, L. B. SILVER, of Columbiana. . - for arrasns jcixib, SAMUEL E. ADAM3, of Cuyahoga. FOR TSEASUBIlB, THOMAS EYASSr., of Delaware. . ' TOR ATTORXKY OBVEBAL, J. tT. STINCHCOMB, of Hocking. FOR STATB COMXISSiaKXB OF OOB. SCHOOLS, DE. SOLOMON HOWARD, of Athens. FOB CURB OF SUPREME COCET, ABZA ALDERMAN, of Morgan. FOB AUDITOR OF STATB, W.B.CUADWICK, of Franklin. Prohibition Township Ticket. For Trustees, ANDREW J.LAWRENCE, 8AUURL1 PRICE, JEPTfLA DOUDNA. - For Assessor, SAMUEL BIRTH. For Treasurer, THOMAS HAMAIOXD. , For Clerk, - t ADDISON A ADAIR. . For Constables, ABNKR PILE, J OHN C. HEAP. . Prohibition Corporation Ticket. -' For Trustees, EDGAR SHARP, HIRAM MoGEATH, M0SE3 MoDANIEL. . For Clerk, ADDISON A. ADAIR. For Trustees of the Burial Ground, 1...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 31 March 1871

THE CONSERVATIVE. MCONNELSVILLE : . -FRIDAY, . . . March 31, IST1. TIE KM S THIS PAPER. SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. One copy, one yur, trhei not paid In advance, ft.OS) On copy, d year, oasfc In adrancc, $1.0 TO CLCBH. To a Club or ten, one dot lar and tblrty-flTe cents each. To a Club of fifteen, on dollar and twenty-flvo cents eaen, fXS.Tft ALL DEHNQUBNT8 will he barg ad op. in all eases, at the rate of Its Dollars a year. Prohibition Sleeting. - There will be a Prohibition Meeting at inexuwjx iuljj or suevaneiaviiie, on to-morrow evening, Saturday, April lit, at 1 T o'clock. Good speaker! have been enga ge to addreu me meeting;, Turn oat, eve- rybody I The Ladies are specially invited. Public Jleetlns. There will to a public meeting at tie ' Lodge Room of the Order of Good Telnplars of McConnelsville, on Friday evening of next wmii, April ,ia. everybody u invia ted. Good speakers will be in attendance . election Notice. iTo the Electors of Aiorgan Tp.: Ton are hereby notified that there...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 31 March 1871

Special Jtctto f . Itfost Wonderful Cure of Scrofula. - JuuiT Wh. t JMNtra. I Jf. fforrif d) O-r Dea RimI fear sold srrms of Dr. ft A. WeaWi tinkfir an 4 (uH Rnnm Hrrnn. from BIT Item, and 1 thiiiktt tbe best medicine Tew sold, bat mr objeot bow writinr roo i to msk known to yrra the result M its nse tn my own home. Mr daughter bu bon afflicted with crofuia for tbr- A lady Doe- trews, who baa a rreat rrTxtoJttm tn treatise anch idM( in this section 1 the tt, doctored her for some flf'wa month, bat seemed to do the jr.irl rood. 1 we then dna-rt to try 1r. Roe, of Dart-i mho baa a cie&t reontatlon In carina: snob disoaaaa. Ha had her nndnr treatmra for aboot si i-a mom ha. and oooJd not effect a euro. 1 attesdod the State Fair at Sortn eld butt fall, accompanied by mj family. I thare m- a ronUotnao, who. eeetria; my da.iurbter ao aorely effirctcd. advised mo to procuro Tr. W oarer's tsrrap ami L erste, ,bt thy won id ear . - Mi datuhtor then eoald not oso at all. her area be- (tiK...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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