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Farm and Household.
fiT Farmers and Housekeepers, and all
vttiera who (eel rateiwrted in Agricultural
Mtteta, re cordially incited to eontribuU,
to thif department of the Knr- Any in
fonnation as to the better way to do any
Ihing connected with the Farm, Garden,
Orchard or Dairy, derived from actual ex
perience, will bfl tWkf ulW receded. Bend
the facta in your own language, and if
not goitable lor publication without correc
tion, we will attend to all that
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY.
DON'T BE IN A HURRY TO GO.
Come, boys, I have something to tc3 yoa ;
' Come here, I would whisper it low ;
Toa'ra "inkine of leaving the homestead,
Dont be lc a harry to go.
Tbe city has many attractions.
Bat think of the vice and lint; .
When one in the vortex of fashion,
- How aooa the course downward begins!
Toa talk of the mine of Australia,
They're wealthy In treasure, do doubt,
Bat ah! there'! gold in the farm, boya,
If only yon 11 ahorel It oat.
The mercantile life is a hazard.
The goods are first Ugh and then low,
Better risk the old farm awhile longer
Don't be in a harry to go. .
. Tbe great busy West has Inducements ;
-And so has the bnsy mart ;
And wealth is not made in a day, boys,
Dont be in a harry to start.
The banker and broker are wealthy.
And take in their thousand or so
Ah ! think of their frauds and deceptions
. Dont be in a harry to go.
The farm is the safest and Barest,
The orchards are loaded to-day ;
Toa are free as the sir of the mountain
And monarch of aD yon surrey.
Bat stay on the farm awhile longer.
Though profits come in rather slow,
Remember you're nothing to risk, boys,
Dont be in a hurry to go.
Among the most prominent of the large
stock-growers of which Boss county can
boast, Mr. George Grimes, residing near
Bouraeville, occupies a leading position.
He is in constant possession of an extra
herd and is frequently adding to his stock
of fine cattle. He has already fifty head of
thoroughbred cows, calves and bolls, some
of them the finest in Ohio. Among his
late purchases we might mention the Sd
- Duke of Oneida. Mr. G. bought a half
interest in this animal from Mr. John
Montgomery, of lacking county, and has
- him now among his herd. Last month be
. attended the stock sales of Jones A Hill,
of Delaware, and secured the fire following
named cattle: 1 Lonan cow, bred by
Jeremiah Duncan, Bourbon county, Kt.,
' $390; 1 Lonan heifer (Bed Maggie), bred
r by . Hill, Delaware, (one year old), f 400
1 Lonan heifer (Boan Maggie), bred by R
Bill, Delaware, (one year old), $350 ;
Rose of Sharon cow, bred by Judge Jones,
' Delaware, $500; 1 Duchess of Atholcow,
bred by Duncan, Ky." In addition, Mr. G.
is feeding five lots of cattle, . about 400 in
number, some very fine indeed ; also 800
bogs. Enterprising men of this stamp do
honor to the county in which they reside,
and extend her reputation far and wide,
We wish Mr. Grimes that saceess in bis
future transactions which has attended him
in the past Scioto Gazette.
Farmers' Daughters and Poultry
The following statement of profitabl
' poultry raising by a Delaware farmer's
' daughter is reported :
"In Concord, a farmer's daughter, during
the past year had the care of his poultry
yard. In the Spring she commenced with
about sixty fowls, of the common breed,
including one Dominique rooster and sever
al bens of that stock. She had two roosters
of the Partridge-Cochin breed. From these
she raised 350 chickens. When young she
fed on cracked com, but when fattening
them she gave whole com and Indian meal.
During the season she sold eggs to the
amount of $90, and from September 20th
to January 17th, she got ready for market
150 pairs of chickens, which she sold for
$2G0. . She thinks the Dominique much the
best for market, but they are not hardy
- when young. She has some hens of the
Partridge-Cochin breed, which weigh six,
even and eight pounds each. It will be
seen by these statements what may be done
" by proper attention to poultry, the profits
being perhaps larger than any branch of
farming. It also shows that the business
one in which females may engage with suc
cess. The time occupied in caring for 60
to 100 hens does not average more than an
hour or two a day. The exercise is light
T and pleasant and the change from houee-
bold duties rather agreeable than otherwise.
Indeed, we consider the poultry business,
t as an occupation, both profitable and inter
esting. Gathering eggs, setting the hens,
watching the hatching and attending to the
young, have a charm which, in connection
with the profits, is calculated to please every
lover of nature's great working world."
The Producer All Right.
The producer will be found to be all
right Our vast surplus we still have;
Europe wants it all, and must have it, at re
, ' munerative prices. The present derange
ment has depressed prices, but, as I te
lieve, but temporarily, and my advice to
" the farmer would be, after paying his most
pressing debts, to hold his productions nn
'il matters become more settled and the f u
' tare better assured. .
There is little occasion for panic in legiti
mate business, and instead of fanning the
flames of distrust, every good citizen should
endeavor to reassure his neighbor and re
store confidence in business. Gov. Wash
barn. i .
To Salt Down Pobk. Cover the bottom
of the barrel with common salt one inch
deep. Then pack tight in layers, having
half an inch of salt between all the layers.
In each layer have large lumps of salt, so
that the brine can circulate from them re
maining undissolved. A barrel of pork
will require a bushel of coarse and fine
salt. Place the rind next to the barrel, and
leave out lean and bloody pieces for sausage.
If white scum and bloody matter rife,
scald the brine and add more salt. Put
board with a stone on it on the top layer to
keep it under the brine. Never let any of
the pork lay out of the brine. The pork is
not ready to use under six weeks.
Buckwheat Cakes. If you want to have
buckwheat cakes at a moment s warning,
at any and all times, mix in a large stone or
earthen pot. When you take out a sufficient
quantity for breakfast or supper, mix ns
much in another vessel as you take out,
and pour it into the large pot, stirring it
well. By observing this rule you will al
ways have nice light cakes, and plenty of
them when you want them. The large pot
' must be kept in the cellar.
It is found that the addition of a small
quantity of glycerine to the oil or fat used
for greasing harness and other leather,
will promote its pliability and softness;
and will prevent its being affected injuri
ously by the ammonia in the air of the sb
. Mr. Newton, of Grundy County, Iowa,
commenced raising hogs three years ago,
with six as the sum total. The first year
he says that he sold $140 worth of pork;
second year, $440 ; third year, $ 1,036. He
has now on hand 92 hog and 127 pigs.
' This the result of the increase of his stock.
He has never purchased a hog since he com-
If you desire to be certain that your eggs
tare good and fresh, put them in water; if
fae butt turn up they ere not fresh. This
Is an infallible rule to distinguish good egg
Rules for Care of Canary.
1. During the summer sea
son you should have both a
drinking-cup and a bathing
dish in the cage, and should
wash thftm well twio a dav.
and fill with fresh water. The
seed-cup should be tilled
2. The room in which the
bird is kept should never be
warmer than 90.
3. Feed plain food. Now
and then a lump of sugar
does no harm; but as a general
rule avoid sweets. Keep the
cuttle-fish dry and clean, and
eed only fresh and dry seed.
4. Never place a cage where
a draught can strike the bird.
5. Never smoke in a room
where your bird is kept, as
the odor of a cigar is fatal to
6. As a general rule, never
keep the Dim in a painieu
cage; for the birds will peck
at the wires, and it will lead
7. When your bird is shed
ding feathers, which is gen
erally styled moultiner, avoid
draughts of air.
Bv obeying these simple
directions, you can keep birds
in excellent health for years,
An Ice House for Five Dollars.
A correspondent says: A
neighbor of mine has an in
. o . ....
closure about six ieet square
in the clear, and six feet high
The walls are formed of old
refuse timber thrown careless
ly together, with no regard to
form or comeliness. 1 he roo
is made of hemlock boards
The entire cost of this build
g did not exceed five dol
lars; and, practically consider
ed, it is a success; not amoi
tious of containing thirty-hve
loads of ice, hut simply five
loads. Ten years this lit
tle unpretentious house has
been used for ice, and never
yet dishonored a dralt upon
its crystal deposit. About
six inches of sawdust was
spread upon the ground floor,
and in pacsing, a space o
about nine inches was left be
tween the ice and the walls o
the building for sawdust, and
about nine inches of sawdus
was spread upon the top
the ice, and the thing i
faxed. Ihe three main pnn
ciples observed here will al
ways insure a supply of ice,
to wit: good ventilation, good
drainage, and plenty of saw
dust. With these rules ad
hered to, a corner of any old
open shed will prove quite
eflicient in preserving ice.
Food for Poultry in Winter.
A change of food is as es
sential to the health and pro
ductiveness of a fowl as to
any kind of animal life. Give
barley,' broken peas, corn.
wheat, rye, oats, and once or
twice a week make up a mix
ture of corn-meal, say in pro
portions as follows, viz: lo
one Quart of meal add three
tablespoonfuls of finely pu
verized charcoal and one table-
spoonful of Cayenne pepper,
roultrv fed in this manner
will be rare to find with pip.
croup, egg or feather eating
In Michigan Granges are
being rapidly formed in va
rious parts of the State
There are two State deputies
one for the eastern part, and
one for the western.
The Cherokee Advocate,
edited by Indians, of Indian
Territory,, and one of the
ablest journals west of
Mississippi, advises the
ganization of Granges in
The Joshua Grange,
Canton, 111., has collected
valuable statistics of the
crops in its townships, an ex
ample which every Grange
and club would do well to
Iowa has six special depu
ties whose entire duty is to
visit each Grange in the State,
control the work, and see to
it that perfect system is intro
duced into the councils of all
Pickle fob Hams. For
one hundred pounds of ham
take six gallons of water,
nine pounds of salt, one quart
of molasses, three ounces of
saltpetre, and one ounce of
salaratus. ' When ready to
smoke they can be soaked
and freshened to taste if too
How to 'Save Stale
Bread. Stale bread may
be made as nice as freshly
baked by dipping the loaf in
clean, cold water, and warm
ing through in a bake-oven.
Much bread might be saved
that is thrown away, if this
were more generally prac
ticed than it is.
Pumpkin Pies. Pare the
pumpkin, then grate it, and
add sugar and ginger to taste,
and milk enough to make it
of the proper consistency:
then line your tins with pie
crust, put in your pumpkin,
and bake it in the ordinary
Fall and Winter.
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Dot to contain a single particle ot Mebcuby, or any
injurious mineral substance, lafl - ' ,
'" PURELY veojstable,
containing those Southern Roots and Herbs, which
an all-wise Providence has placed in countries
where Liver Diseases most prevail. It vill Cure
all Disease caused by Derangement of the Liver.
Tbe SYMPTOMS of Liver Complaint are a bitter
or bad taste in the mouth ; Pain in the Back, Sids
or Joints, often mistaken for Rheumatism ; Sour
atomach; Loss of Appetite: Bowels alternately
costive and lax ; Headache ; Loss of memory, with
a painful sensation of having failed to do some
thing which ought to have been done ; Debility,
Low Spirits, a thick yellow appearance of tbe Skin
and .yes, a ary (jougn oiien misiaicen tor con
sumption. Sometimes many of these symptoms
attend the disease, at others very few; but the
Liveb. the largest organ in tne oody, is generally tlie
seat of the disease, aud if not Regulated in time,
great suftering, wretchedness and DEATH will
This Great Unfailing SPECIFIC will not be found
tlie Least Unpleasant.
For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, Jaundice,
Bilious attacks, SICK HEADACHE, Colic, Depres
sion of Spirits, SOUR STOMACH, Heart Burn,
Simmons' Liver .Regulator, or Medicine,
Is tlie Cheapest, Purest and Dest Family Medicine in
the World !
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY -
J. H. ZEILIN A CO.,
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
Price, $1.00. Sold by all Druggists. octlyl
1 as a.
Haiti Street, Ilillsbnro, O.
ENLARGED and REFITTED.
A. T. COOK, Proprietor.
HAVING recenUy released this old established
Hotel, which has beeii enlarged br the addi
tion of about So new and commodious roucis, and
having fitted up tbe same with new furniture and all
the modern conreniences, I am now prepared tn ac
commodate the public with the best of fare and
comfortable lodim.zs. and will spare no pains to
trive satisfaction to all who favor me with thei
extensive stabling attached to me iionse.
w-ti.. : U7a.1.i;.
B2f Superior accommodations for VVeihling Par-
Uillshoro, April, 18T1
W. H. MILLER.
CAFT. J. L. HILL.
Comer High and Beech Streets,
MILLER & HILL, Proprietors.
mHE above well known and Popular Hotel hav-
I iue recently been purchased by the subscrib
ers, and repainted and papered, and various other
improvements maoe, is now reauy w ovumtiuBic
tne traveling puniic The rooms are cieun, airy aim
wjiftHnt. Tlie uinie Rnnn ipn Willi ine urai uie inar-
:et afford, and the nmnrietors will spare no efforts
to render tueir guests conuortuuie.
Good Stabling and Livery At
Also a fine 8AM PLE ROOM on first floor for the
use of Commercial Travelers.
Call and see us when yon come to town.
HILLEU & HILU
Hillsboro, July 31, 1873. iy31tf
ERSE YOUR PLAN
Leavit off nnreatives and violent
medicines that prostrate the vital
powers, and for a llUmd PtirijUr, try
HA.YtlLTv:v BUCHU HU UAfl-
nKi.mv. which acts on the Kidney.
Liver aiul Bowel, and removes the iinpuriticn of the
system, by opening its outlets.
3 W. C. HAMILTON 4 CO.,
Genuine Wuliham Watches Sent C. O. D.
The best and cheapest in the world, and the most
accurate. Illustrated price list ana lowest raies sent
free. Address Fullkr Co., i Bond St., N. Y.
T)r. Sharp's Specific cures Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Constipation, vomiting of ooa, our
1. -V. VL'utd Umali 11 ... rt-hnnl f JIW SlliritS.
isiuuiuu, - - ...... , ' '
Ac In thirty-live years never failing to cure the
most obstinate cases. Sold by Druggists generally.
J J. Brown, Agent at Hillsboro, Ohio. Depot, 145
Eighth St., IN. lore.
Circulars mailed on application. 11
An Elegant Holiday Present
Agents Wanted cSunh
Lives and Portraits of the Presidents
with fac simile copy of the Declaration of Inde
pendence, the constitution oi uie mmea aiaiesanu
Washington's Farewell Address, with 19 nne Steel
Plates. For circulars sud terms address JOHN
SON, WILSON & CO., 2T Beekman St., N. Y.
Kuaint, Kueer and Kurious
Is the vahiable book we give to all. Full of facts,
figures and fun. 6 pages. 50 pictures. Mailed for
two stamps. Address G. BLAC1UE & CO., 746
Broadway, N. Y.
AUENTS WANTED FOR THE
OF THE UNITED STATES :
Showiner the gigantic results of the
First KM) earn ufi lie Uopnblic
A book everybody wants. Send for circular. Ad
dress, Zieolek & McCcbdt, ISO W. Fourth Street,
COIGDS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
and all Throat Diseases,
Wells' Carbolic Tablets
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A Tried aii.l Sure Itruiedy.
Sold by Druggists.
SEND POR CATALOGUE.
Domestic Sewing Machine Company, New Tork.
The Highest Med cal Authorities
Europe say the strongest Touic, Purifier and
ileobstrnent Known to tne meaicai worm is
.TIT KU RE il A .
It arrests decay of vital forces, exhaustion of
nervouB system, restores vigor to the debilitated,
cleanses vitiated blood, removes vesicle obstruc
tions and acts directly on the Liver and Spleen.
Pnce $1 a bottle. JOHN O. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt
tnres all Humors from the worn Scrof
nla to a common Elotrb or Pimple.
From two to six bottle' nro warranted to
cure Salt Kbcnm orTcttcr, Pimple;
on Face, Eoi.s, Erysipelas and
Elver Complaint. Six to twelve Lot
tics, warranted to cure Serolttlotn
Swclllnr-saml Sores and nil Skin ava
mood -IMscfiscs. Bv its woncicrlul
Pcctorn' prcrwKics it will cure the tnoM
severe recent or linrcring Congh in half
the time required bv nnv other medicine
and is perfectly safe, loosening cough, tooth
lr.c irri'.alion, and relieving ron-re.s. F- 'd
bv all I)ni,rrir.ts. K. V. PKEnCl!, !tj.D.j
World'u DIspci:Karr. naalo. N. .
Write for Large Illnstrated Price List.
MlTHnFLOSr PIIISBUK.H PA.
ItreechJoadine Shot Guns. $40 to $300. Double
Shot Guns, $3 to $150 Single Gnus, $3 to
Rifles. $S to $75. Revolvers, $6 to ristois,
tn is. Gun Material. Fishing Tackle. Large dis-
-raini to Dealers or Clubs. Armv Guns. Revolvers,
&c, bought or traded for. Goods sent by exprest
C. O. If. to he examinea ociore pam ior.
l ....... Ir .KIa iit.Mwa. One Agent mads
Itriuai iv " w v l uvvi w jug in 4 days.
and another $45S in 8 davs, selling
. . . . . , A Derfect Thesannis of Ad-
UCfall f ClUI 1 ventures noon, and the Won
ders beneath the great Oceans. 245 spirited
gravings. Price extremely low ; sells amazing taat.
2,000 more live agents wanted for this and the mlf
COMPLETE, POPULAR and FAST-HJSLUNU uibujij
I.IVI(.M(K 28 years in AKHlt;.t
iie mTsteat snccess of the season.) Also
sulendid new Bible, just ready and far excelling
r. n . t fi.M ntMn SKI fn
ottiers. rocKei i.oni""i tun .j.;'
Address HUBBARD BROS., Cincinnati, Ohio.
t moat tha nrent damand of the times the
Florence feewins Maclilue Co.
have aeiermineo 10
Itr.lll CK PKIORS.
and will hereafter sell their $65 Machine for $4S
aud other styles in proportion.
is the only Sewing Machine that feeds the work
backward and forward, or to rigm ana leii, as
nrefer. It has been greatly
proved and simplified, and is far better than
other machine in the market.
IT IS NOW THE CHEAPEST.
Florence, Mass., Nov. 1, TS. Agents Wanted.
11T U Ii'w" . cinht Last and Best com-
inuo U" r5 J bination for Canvass
er, Agents and Salesmen .'Henry Ward Beecu
er's family newspaper starts its Fall campaign,
giving subscribers a pair of the largest and finest
OLEOGRAPHS, two most a tractive subjects that
"take" on night, painted by Mrs Anderson, as con
trasts and comiianious for her " Wide A wake aud
"Fait AKlrrp." Agents have immense mtccess ;
It the "hest business ever offered canvassers." W
furnish the lighest and handsomest outfit and
very high commissions. Each subscriber, old
on- roreivea WITHOUT DELAY two beautiful pic
tures. Fall supply ready for immediate delivery.
The paper ILelt stauns peerless buiunS
viurnala liincr an nnuular that Of ItS CloSS it hog
the taraest circulation in the world! Employs
best literary talent.. Edward fcggleston's great seri
al storv ia just beginning; hack chapters supplied
to each subscriber. Mrs. Stowe's long expected
sequel to "My Wife and 1" begimi in the new year.
Any one wishing a good salary or an independent
business should send for circulars fk ii B N 't'
and terms to J. B. KOBU CO..M WANTED.
New York, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, or San
THE O.MiY KSoVifti MEDICIXE
TUiT AT THE SAME TI3IB
Purqes, Purifies, and Strengthens
Dr. Tutt's Pills are composed of many ingredi
ents. Prominent among tuem are oan-apari.m
Wild Cherrv, so uuited as to aci logeiner ; me oue,
through itsadmixture with other substances, puri
fying and purging; while the other is strengtneumg
the svsteiu. Thus these Pills are at the same time
atonic and a cathartic, a desideratum long sought
for by medical men, but never before discovered.
it, .,tli.r wnnis thev flu the work of two medicines
and do it much better than auy two we know of, for
they remove nothing trom tlie sysiein 0111 impuri
ties, so that while they puree they also strengthen,
aud hence they cause no debility and are followed
by no reaction.
Dr. Tutt's Pills have a wonderful influence on
the blood. They not only purify without weaken
ing it, hut thev remove all noxious particles from
the chyle before it is converted iulo fluid, and thus
makes impure blood an utter impossibility. As
there is no debilitation, so there is no nausea
sickness attending the operation of this most excel
lent medicine, which never strains or tortures the
digestive orgnns, but causes them to work in a per
fectly natural manner; hence persons taking them
do not become pale and emaciated, but ou the con
trary, while all impurities are being removed, the
combined action ot the Sarsaparilla and Wild Cher
ry purifies and invigorates the body, and a robust
state of health is the result of their uuited actiou.l
Price, ti cents a box. bold by all druggists. Depot
48 Cortlandt St., New York. DO&couovttwl
C. Utman. P, G. Janes. J. S. Wabson.
UTMAN, -JANES & CO.
Carpenters, Builders & Contractors.
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Flooring,
Newels, Balusters, Brackets, Base, Cornice, Ar
. chitraves, Verandahs, Store Fronts, Por
ticoes, Shelving, Counters, Pal
ing, Balustrading, Sid
ing, &c., &c.
ALL KINDS OF TURNING-
DONE TO ORDER.
Also Dealers ln
Lath, Shingles, and Building Material
of every description,
TVJZmj&.'FL the depot.
Orders for the above left at
WILL BE PROMPTLY PILLED.
THE " OLD RELIABLE"
Still iix tn afield.
H. C. Glascock. . ,
GLASCOCK & BllO.,
Ihe Best Selected Stock of HARDWARE, The Largest Assortment
Breaking, Laying-off, and Double-Shovel Plows in the Market.
WE ARE THE ONLY AGENTS IN HILLSBORO, FOR THE
C3 Ba tttt. IP" H ED M
WITS DROPPING AND SELF-BAKING ATTACHMENTS.
Buckeye, McSherry, and Superior
WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR THE
OLD McNELLE'S HAY FORK.
FOR SALE BY
May 8, 1873.
W. A. M OR ROW
. Has reopened with an entirely new and complete stock of
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, CLOVES, CO,
In room with Messrs.
Thankful for the patronage heretofore extended, I invite a continuance
of the same.
GOODS CHEAP-TERMS CASH.
FIRST CLASS BUGGIES
June 19, 1873.
SECOND-HAND SPRING WAGONS!
SECOND-HAND SPRING WAGONS!
For Sale by
TJso the 3R.e3. Horse Powder
FOB ALL GENERAL DISEASES OF STOCK AND POULTRY.
Horses Cured of Claulero-Aaron Snyder's, U S Ai3taut Assessor, Mount Etua, Pa, C Bacon't
Liverr and Exchange Stable, Siinbary, ra.
Horse7ctIred of Founder Wolfe Wilhelm's, Danville, Pa., A Ellis's, Merchan,, V, ashingtonvjle,
Pa. J Nice Sloanaker'a, Jersey Shore, Pa. ,
Horses Cured of Lung Fever tless urn ,
Horses Cured of ( olic Thomas Cliugau's, I'mon conuly, Pa.
Hons Cured of Cholera H Barr's, 11 & A Cadwall.-uler's, Milton.
Cows Cured Dr MXieery's, J H M'Corniick's, Milton, Pa.
Chirkm Cured ot Clutlera and Gain
iir it Kn
John and James Finney's, Milton, Pa.
the Red llorsc Powder.
At his Wholesale and Retail Drug and Chemical Emporium.
No. 36 Broadway, Milton, Pennsylvania.
l"For sale in Hillsboro by SEYBERT St, ISAMENN, and W. R. SMITH. my93m
C. A. Thornbubg. W. E. Cooper.
Mouldings, Mantels, Stairs,
AND SCROLL SAWING
Store Main Street,
A. S. Glascock.
"WHEAT DRILLS The only three
in me luarteu
. - - - OHIO.
HXESTAND & ATEES,
J. S. BLACK.
- h'a. Wntanntnwn. Pa.. DrlTO Davis's. CW Slicker's.
more could be cited w hose stock was saved by using
La Pierre House,
Broadway & Eighth St.,
r"MHIS is a desirable llonsc Ior nnsiness men or
1 families, being first-class, elegant and cen
tral Parties who can appreciate a goua taoie win
And' the "La Pierre" THK House to stop at in Sew
York. Board and room $3 per dav. Rooms 1 per
,jay V. B. uniis, rropneior.
Every Business Man
j ki.. in th u-nv nf .Inn PrintiufT. vve
need scarcely add that you can get your Pi luting
done to the best
a.lvuiiti4PR at the
H. S. Fosaker.
AMEN & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
Also Agents for the Manufacturers ot
COAL OIL, POWDER,
Cotton Yarns & Carpet Chain,
3 fain Street, opposite Court Blouse,
June 5, 1873. ju5y
The Magic tomb gyj.'Sr.SSy
colored hair tn A nermanent hlnrk or brown
1 contains no poison. Trade But pile 1 at lovr rate
Address, MAGIC COMB CO., Springfield, Maes.
Guns and Pistols!
CAPS AND WADS !
A splendid stock ot Fire Twist. Stub and Twbt,
S II O T GUNS!
BojV and Men's Single
All, at prices to suit any purse.
CHOPPER'S AXES !
SIX NEW PATTERNS OF
Grates and Fire Brick.
We have a full stock of all kinds of
selling quick for
CASH AT LOW PRICES.
CALL AND SEE.
Killer, Evans & Co.
ISllING YOUR ORDERS FOR
And oil kinds of
September 4, 1873.
r B1a.V M
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO E. E
A FIXED FACT!
AXD SO IS THE NEW FIRM OF
Bumgarner & Elliott,
SUCCESSORS TO GEO. GLASCOCK,
Main St., Opp- Court House,
Who are naw receiving and opening ont this week,
a large and well selected stock of
FANCY DRY GOODS,
to which we invite the attention of the public.
nr-All will do well to call and examine our stock
before purchasing elsewhere, as we are determined
to sell Goods
As Cheap as the Cheapest!
nnisboro, April 1, 1ST2.
Men's ami Boys'
OP MY OWN MAKE,
WILL BE CLOSED OUT
At Greatly Reduced Prices
A GOOD CALF BOOT, FOB
ONLY $5 A PAIR !
CALL AND SEE!
ALL OTHER STOCK IN PROPORTION.
Store on High St. East Side.
A few doors south cf the Woodrow House.
March 13, 1ST3.
GrO , TO ; r
The Golden Shoe!
t f5 -s
r m m j
5 g- OS.
u- r 9
6D BI Mj
c- rr a
tit i B. P
.- rr -i.
2- O S D g
THE GOLDEN SHOE,
MAIN S7.7 HILLSBORO, O.
HARSHA'S MARBLE WORKS,
IT THfi OLD STAD, HIC1Z ST..
PAUL IIAKSUA. Proprietor.
' H ANKFUL for the liberal patronage keratofcte
received. I wish to inform the Dublic that I Am
I still carrying on tbe abore bnvinesn, aud am now
Ioeiier prepared man ever to supply all demands for
taON U atfcNTS, TOMBSTON t'e, ic,on
short notice, and at greatly reduced price.
1 nnw mane arrangements to lurniau to order,
I Monuments of tbe
Celebrated Scotch Granite.
specimens of which may be sees at my Work.
HMjeiner wnn a iar:e numner ot new acsigns direct
from the manufactory in Scotland.
Mr. J E. TIIOM PSOM is still my foreman,
and is at the Shop at all times to attend to custom
ers that may favor us with call.
' - i
nillsboro. May 11. 1971- PAUL HARSHA.
N1W TAILOR SHOP,
(Successor to W. H. Ross,
ESPECT FULLY inform his friends and the
public generally, that he has commenced bust.
1 in the above line, and is prepared at the short-
I est notice, to
CUT AND MAKE TO OB DEB,
IK THB OST TASHIOSASLB STTLXS,
And at Prices to suit the Times. .
SHOP OVER HATNES' STOKE,
Corner Main and High Sta.. .
HILLSBOROUGH, OHIO. ,
Satisfaction warranted in all cases.
June 19, 1S73. jul9yl
DAILY MEAT MARKET
Two Sbops, on High and Main Sts.
Weasel & Jenkins,
At their two Shops, one on High Street, north of the
Court House, the other on Main Street, S doors west
of West Street, will have a daily supply of
Fresh Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal;
all of the best quality, and at prices as low as any
Thankful for the liberal patronage hejetoforer
celved they solicit a continnance of the same.
Hillsboro, Jan. 6, 1STJ. ai.dtocM
M. U S I C
New, Fresh, and Sparkling !
1 Xew MhsIc Book fjr tb lit r
Con venf ions.
S. IVES LET M 4KTI.V,
J. 91. STILLM.1X.
Price, $13.50 per Dot Single Copies sent, poet
Address, J. L. PETERS, 599 Broailway, 5. T. ,
A NEW SIXGING-CLAS3 BOOK.
BY WILLIAM DRESSLER.
Price, ttt per Doz. Single Copies sent, post-paid,
for -0 cents.
Address, J. L. PETERS, 59 Broadway, N. T.
The Song Eclio
The Popular Singing School Book.
isY II. S. PEISUITiS.
Price, $7.50 per Doz. Single Copies sent, post-paid,
Address, J. L. PETERS, 5S9 Broadway, N. T.
BO ICC iilM A NEW
AT A GREAT BAEGAIH 1
"WE HAVE FOR SALE, A NEW
SINGER SlfflllG mm,
Of any style p referral, either Family or llanufac
turiug; with all the latest iuiproveineuts.
Also a ner
Grover and Baker Machine,
Either Shuttle or Lock Stitch: any ttrle rerred ;
with luleft improvements one of the best Machines
Wilcox & Gibbs' Machine,
Of the mtest stvle mst from the manufactory
reTilar price $." This is a very popular machine,
aud is preferred by many to all othere tor family use.
Also a new
Shw b Clarke Treadle Machine,
One of the bent Single Thread Machine made.
K. pilar price $;!5- never U--ed, and warrauted ia
All tbe abova Machines are warranted new and
perfect equal in all respects to any sold by the
Manufacturers or their Age"". avery .Machine
warrauted for live years.
Havinc no use tor them, we will sell them at a
VEST LIBEBAL DISC JTJNT,
Eilker for h er Approved Trtie.
Apply at this oftjc I'iL
M. PETTENGILL CO., 10 State Street
.-.. 7 P.rk ltiii York. And 101 tuestau.
Street, Philadelphia, an- authorized Ageiits tor pro
ccring mlvertisemetits for the News it the aoov
ciiies. ami authorized to contract tor advtrunuuj a.
our lowest rates.