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Devoted to News, Politics, Literature, Aricuimr , ,vMi.otact
urMt. unci tho .'n.rai tnrorests of Highland County
z .1 i i -j iy w a it a . a t k if 1 it i to
h! i tii ill 11- i i i mi a
VOi, 18 NO.i
HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO.. O.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL lbSl
'-.Y No. 2500
3 -.1 blislied Every Wednesday
11 V TIIK
ti r ihinl Ntvt PtiMisliing Co
I. I,. I!)UII)1I.IN, Managing Editor,
',-, 'V. I'. leeci-.t:, !!'isi'i''-.s Mm
lUitur.iiK. 31 iii:;ct Printing Dep't,
li.i ;; -ir.l litildiug. 2ml story, :i.l iloor
W'.-it (if Kramer House.
npy, mi.' year.
" .4 inoalhs.
" 0 in cllhs.
' 4 111 ill ' hs
" II ill i il l in
IfJVAnt.A.'lIjY INT ADVANCE.
ItVTKS Ktllt A!Vi:iMISIN(;
Mi.!', kiin.vn mi Application.
IU Ul IMWIM I I II II llll Mill II Mill II I
C.u D iat-r.- I :'1'T thin li 1 r tlii follow
ing rates : V'i:' 1 inrli i.;'ii''''. a-!'l year; ,C
inch. .r. r' vcar; iiu'ti. ...1 a yc.tr.
t:.-!"l'.-ii lines of tliii typo make 1 inch.
s-. ,.ATr -is. T. il. ii.visKrr
2vrros .v uomsfjt,
AM) NOTVIUl'.S IT KMC.
T 1 1 .1. -i:-.. ii , Ohio,
i) ii ... :),', -r llayii.'' Bt.nv, nf st d ""' to la
..i tc oili.i.'.
JOHN' A. ('(II. 1. INS.
C )!,UN.-1 OOLLINS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
O.li -. -'! ' .11 -( N u. 1 a: l -. S.ni'li !:"(!,,
c.ir. Main mil lliii nti.-Kts. A .n'-iry 1 iiimi
in Ihc ,il)i 'c. (Irc5yl
C" ICOUuK, li. (iAIiONi'.l:,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
O-li -!),-,.i- Foli'd'H Gloi.liin St.ii'c.
J It. CALLAHAN, D.D.S.,
irii.Ls:-. mo, Ohio.
0,'ii -0,-it li1u-rrf thin;; Sttro, M.iiu
Rtrot't, vl d)or to rilil, up rairn. lOnao
mcntri by lYl'phone. lniuiStt'
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
),li.',t) So:itlionst (joriu.'i- ilain :inl Hih
HtriiLH, room m) ritiiirs. aiilyi
XKU .t liJtOUK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAV,
f):'li :ti Til Smitli'H Now DuiluiiiK, 2nd Story.
JVAN'S A KUCICWALL,
OllK!(j--OpiJ.witu Dr. UovVa. Wuct Main St.
Phifiian, Slirgeoji and Acoo-jcheUr,
OlliiM -No. 81! Wont iliun ut, Went of
Nuivh oilicK. mylyl
N' J. no.is,
Mta,ic at Lato, and Notary Public.
Ofiiiit) -in Stiiiu-iH jMiildiu', owr L'tiiliril't.
Will now (,'iv.i liU nniiro tiuh' to thr practice
of liis proi'csii.ii. Hi- Iihh liad i xL-nsivo cxpo-ru'ii.u-,
unil will Kivo np.-.'iiil nttioilion to tut
tr.iatut' III in" Onr.ittio Oi.n.-ascH. 1) 1 In 1,..
Kihi.'u'b N.i.v liliii-!;, up ntui:-. IIi;;li Htrect.
ltusiiloiicc, N.i. 01 Not-Ill Ihuli Hti-uuc, 2 iloora
noi'tll of t.'llftoii JI.iu.c. f.uiil.-ily u(.-(.'llpied l.y
Uii;;U .S'L-ariiiini, Hillsljuiii, oh'io. jnllMyl
w. siii:i'in;i!ij, M.D.,
(LI'i-ic-Oii Sli .it htru.-i, hiii d.i.H-H kihI ..f
J I if-Cli utri'i.t. Oili.'c lioiirs -l'nilii H to !l A. M.,
1 to -1 1'. M., 7 to H 1'. M., and all dav on Satnr-'l-'iy.
C. M. Ovkiimav, Jac.h J. IV im.i-.v,
O. S, I'ioi i; Cn.lii.-r.
Of Hillaboro, O.
Capit.il, iT()j,(l,m. Siii'pliirt, iO'l.uun.
J. J. Pulley, fi. II. liec.-h, r, W. II. ( 1 n-j,.,
Elias Ovenimn, John L. W.-hi,
F. I. Iiiiuiaruer, C. .M. Overman.
)' ( Ctiifrnl Hanking nml K.(-hni;e.
JltiHtth . tt'fiu-rnmt'nt fiinl t'.xthty
lloutLi bfUijUt and Hold.
1'.. M. INSI.KV.
J. 11 l.ll'.lH.
HOUSE and SIGN PAINTERS,
Shop-Main street, Opposile pa.-kcr House.!
u',,1, ,i ,,,,,i.. , . ...
1 l'"j oaiisnicuon Kllur-
"1 ! A'li Keeeipts bound j,, ,,iat 1
i mat books of
"oio""1'-' nt, .
XJ 10U to book,
at 25 ecu Is i
Scioto Valley Hail way
In Effect Nov. lath, 1883.
THE SHOUT LINE
TO Aid, POINTS
Minn mill MHith, i-.imt nud ontIi('ast
11 mid ortli wcul .
I.Vd C.-.iinnl.uH.. . .
Ai r AHi villi-
" f 'il. l.-villi-. . .
" llavi-iliill ...
" Ic int. in ... .
I.att "I. K..C.AO.
" 1 1 mi "
" ( liarl.-i-ton, "
41 Kaiiuwlia I'Ik"
" Clitton T'go "
" Staiiiitcn, '
" V. 31. June. "
' t'liarlott'nv'1 "
" Kichmiiiiil. "
1 0 55
J.ve V. 31.. Ic.V. .M.lly
Arr Vusli'oii "
" 1 ill! im 're P. II. H.
" I'hiiadclp'a "
" New V.uk "
1 1) (15
5 1 0
Vt ('olumlmn .vitli r. C. h St. I. U'v. C St T
A 1 ., C. (!. (). ,t 1. li'y, C. A. A- (!. 11, It., li. A
O. 1. It., O. C. It. It., (J. H. V. ,t T. K. It I. Ii,
.t . 1! y.
t Circlcvillii Willi C. A- 31. V. Div.
V. C. A
St. L. lt'v.
At Chilliw.tlio with O. w. & n. R. It., T. C 4
St. L. li. It.
At VVaverly witli O.S. Ii. R.
At 1'ortnmoutli with rortHnionth branch of
. is. ii. it. nml Ohio river ntcanici-B.
1" "Yt It""'"n w't1' rH" K- T., C. A St,
At Ashland with E. D. A- I). S. It. R., chea. 4
u. ii. ii.. (. imuaroi It'y and A. C. & I. It. 11.
For further infoni'iation relative to ratea
coiinnotioiiH, and tliroiiL-h time, call on vniir
x l(-ti(ll .-VUUL l)r UII1I L'H8
JNO. J. ARCHER,
Oounral Ticket and Pans. ARent.
Wm. LAMn, Oeo. HKiNKKn,
Traveling 1'iimh. Ax't. HliiiL-rintendeht
Coliinihus, Ohio. jylHtf
l 1 ri irrriniiimn mmi iihmm. iiiw immjpi
T1 T 7 yr "cn i-n a cdt -m J
To take effect Monday, Sep. 1 7, 1 383
" Ji.tltinioro 14
14 Vajiin;t'n 44
An- V. 31. .Innc.
Lvc llicluirnd ()..v().
' ( 'iiai In' l(;KV. '
41 V. 31. .Innc. 44
44 Statnitiiii "
44 Oli.'ion l-'Vn 44
44 Kiiiu'wlia I-' '4
44 llnnriiict.m "
44 I 'al I lcrtl iiirj. '
44 lliivi llilli
44 ( 'ircl iviiiu
An- (! ilimilxis
I No. 2 No. 4
SOUTH. be- 7- Z
Cincinnatii 1'ortHino h
Lve llillslioro 1 4".pm! 7 45am
4 4 3!. A- (!. Junction. . . 1 50 7 50
44 (iravd liank f 1 55 If 7 54
44 llanvilie I'ike j- 1 5H i-f 7 57
44 Sliacki-lt.m'H t 2 08 !t 8 (15
44 Co. hran'H f 2 1!) 1 j & 17
' StiHi-htoiit 2 23 8 25
44 f 'olt'man'H f 2 35 f 8 82
44 'TiiylnrnvillL' I 2 4'2 8 40
44 Forccilu'H if 2 62 f 8 47
44 3Iorvtown 3 112 8 65
44 County Line Jf 3 12 f '' 'T
Air Sardinia 1 C.A-E.dep't 3 20 g 15
44 Cincinnati 6 25
" l4or(.-iuoHtli I 2 8(V
No. 1 No. S
north. : - : :
Lvo Portsmouth g 30anl
44 Cincinnati 6 5ilaiu 4 2(ipm
44 Sardinia 10 (10 7 15
44 County Lino Vi f 7 23
44 Mowrytowii 10 23 7 35
44 1'oiTcllc'n 10 3(1 f 1 42
44 Tinloi-Hvillu 10 87 7 48
" C"l)uian'H f. Hi 44 t 7 5fi
44 Sliaif,'lit.,iit 10 60 8 02
44 Cochran'H 10 68 8 10
44 Shack, lt.m'a t 11 00 !f 8 22
44 Danville IMico 11 18 ! 8 82
44 (iravi-1 liank 11 20 !f 8 85
44 31 . A (J. Junction. . . 1 1 24 I 8 40
Arr HilWioro 11 311 ! 8 45
1'laf; Sla'iomi at which Trains mint come to
a lull ntop nn hi'nal.
;.'W...-..-Vitli the C. W. Jk-K. for I.yneh
Liir;, .thoi-o, lihincheiiter, Loveland. New
Vienna, I.. -e.il.iirj;. (ireenlield, (liillicothe,
l'ortsmontli, and all points on the Baltimore t
Ohio II. P.
.'.n.-iiiiii With Cincinnati A F.aatern Il'y
f"i- Winchester, P. ehl, , Mineral Sprinjid,
Knrdc n, Otuay. IL.-nly, Pdrtmiioutli, Jit. Orel),
Williuni.il.iirj;, P.ulavia, New Richmond, liatavia
Junction, Walnut Hill, and Cincinnati. Ouini
l.iiac.i connect wiih traiim at Winchester for
West I'nion and Manchester; at 3lt. Orel) for
( icoi ;;rlown mid Kipu-v, and 111 Henlv for
l'.'rtiini.i-lli. (,i;o. II. WILRl'.R,
SILl'lil.N' l'EIKE, Kup't.
j--m..-.-r MmM.n IM WM mmm
TTL 112 1VL OVAL
lniri luiunveil hid
DLtily r1cat Market
NC'TH HIGH STREET.
A Few Doors South of the 3Iasonic Temple
VEAL, JUT'ITOW POI1K.
S.USA(iK-M HAT, HASIK, Ac,
Of the very best .iialuv, and at prices as low an
any olner iistaliliBhinent.
K5"Stores and families supplied wit fresh
A contitiuaiico of public patronage solicited ,
paid for oooi) CATTLK AND H0Q8
Qi y beTrJe ?
Yes, l.iit it IS tr :c, an.l that :., t!io l. ,i;r v
"f It. si nun;' .is It K
It Is '1'iti K that "Atki.i.i'hi iih.j"
I cun-, th,; Rev. W. I'. CM, 11. ,,f y..
I 'll.iv.-n.ot a ti rrlliln attai-K . f liii!..n.:.i
J I tory riiemn.tlsm. v.hi, !, h , , 1 ),,,,.
nienteil him ami h .1 r -Uk-1 ! 1 ,1 ;
ivel'.'lit llllr! -II v.- poli;;.!i
I. Illlllll IHK.1..
It Is Tr.i i; that the I 'e . . i i. : . -,.
lien, of New Ilavea. .
un tor four or live mm,
tile severest, Khi umat.
IMIOKoS ' lin-l !l--e ;
V. I! l.;.;...
i It 1.4 'I'm v. that .Vr. . .;.
TT7 I Baker, or chica. v, 1..,. 1, -...
I PI I V ilnmn c.rr to lin 1. :i
I l - L. slioillih rlo hie lllu'lllshi, to. ,;
"Atiii orii-ii.es, "ai.U v. aseiis i J
bv a lti -, ic (.1 11.
lTlsTltrt:t!iat .Mrs. I'ortcr.oH'rnc, :'!..
who wils ho crippled w n li 1; limn,, tlv.m thai il e
could not walk usuy. look '-ATHLonioiais,' ami
has since been able to walk 'f.lM,t p i.n.
It IsTni'i: lliat In'iu'rci's ( 1' ( -tin -,- v : -known
people have , . ,-, 1 inn; ' . , h -,ai i-.
1(09 " the ui.-t m , ,n Ic; 1 'i 1 11 1 .-, ,:, -, 1 ::, , ;.'. -.
rali;lc and hll--a,n..l :c ) ol.s hi.ai la..:
bullied t he most, 1. arac! do, p.i ..
liven if so n ran . 0 I;.: t ;.l ! . . .
hardly believe!:, it I-. :r'i.-t;:ai '.;,;: I . i--:i ,;. ...
Will do for jam Ju ubiilMi. j,
I If you cma-: i'.-t .', i lia. ',(oi-.,. . - . . 1
W(. Will Sill-I il .-,.,... ;,;. , ! .
l.rico-i.a.ol,,!!;,!' , , , v , ; . . , ,
it irem j our lrmrk-ist. 1 e j; 1 , 1 . t .
t-.-rna.l,..l t.) try some. !ae.- . , hut "
fr.mi us us ,liri-ci.-.l.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., II? W.-LI. ST.
THE lioard of School Examinersof Highland
county (five notice, tliat cxamimuions of
Applicants for (a-rtilicales will take place in I lie
liillsboro Union School Imildim. .... 11,.. ... 1
Saturday ef every month, and on the third Sat
urday of Feln uai v, 3larch, Apr-I. Aliens. Sen
tember and Oct r. 'I he 1 'xa mimi . i, ,'n f,.,
prcscrihed by law is ;,o cent.-. Ii-, ,-,(, r , f t
a,l2:!-v' E. O. SMITH. Vifc
By Br. Lindley's Fit Cure.
Stops the attacks of Epiaapsy
imiiwliaMy. No fits, spasms,
or convulsion after the first
day's use. Its cures arc ;nr
tnnitcnt. In fifteen years we
have found no case we could
not control. A Tril Duf.U
FREE Price, .il.Od. l'or
sale. ly dnij;j;ists. Address
New Vienna Medicine Co
Now Vienna, Ohio.
lllIWWI llihllHUIHMIiillilli lia
JOHN CUMBERLAND, whose residence is
tj supposed to be in the Citv of St. P.-ml in tl.n
State of Minnesota, will take notico that on the
14th day of .March, A. D. 1884, Josephine Cum
berland tiled her.petition in the Court of Com
mon l'lpau, Highland county, Ohio, biinc Cause
No. 3,834, praying that she niinht be divorced
from said John Cumberland, and forother relief
on the ground of said defendant's gross neglect
of duty and extreme cruelty, and that said
cause will be for hearing on a'nd after the lirst
day of 3Iay, 1HH4. SLOANE A NEWLY
March 14, 1884. Att'ys for Plaintiff,
Free Turnpike Notice.
TOTICE is hereby given that a petition will
X" be presented to the Comni'ssioners of
Highland county, Ohio, at a moi-tine to be In 1,1
by them on .Monday, 3Iay 5th, lss4, bv a ma
jority of tho freehold tax-payers residing with
in "aid county and owning lands within tho
bounds thereof, to appoint Coitiniisiniu i sto 1,. v
out and establish a free turnpike on tin- follow
ing route, to wit: liegi lining in the I lillsboro and
Cbillicothe Turnpike, a few rods cast of the
Cluarereok bridge, on aaid Hillsboi oatidChlllico
the turnpike, tliencs running north to the Hills
boroaniKireentieldroad; thence eastivardlv fol
lowing said liillsboro andO rcen held road as' iii-m-
u practicable to the western line of the incor
porated village of New Petersburg ; and to levy
a tax npon all the lands and taxable property
within the bounds of said proposed free turn
pike of ten inillB on tho dollar valuation ca, h
year for the term of eight years, in inirsoim.-n
of 'Title 7, Chapter 7, ef the lleviwd Statutes
of Ohio, ami tho acta amendatory of or sup
plementary thereto. Many Pi:tit;oni:iis.
March 18, lb4. marlSbia
NATHANIEL HART, whose residence is
unknown, and a daughterof James Hart
deceased, who resides in tin- Slate ol Iowa, and
whose name is unknown, will take notice that
on the llh day of March, A. D. lHsi 'j homus
McCartney, as guardian of llvroti E. Hart, a
minor, tiled his petition in the Common Pleas
Court of Highland County, ohm, in ease No.
against tlio auove named parties and
olburs. praying for tho partition of certain
real estate described therein, situated in Con
cord Township, Highland County, Ohio, and be
ing apart ol tlie lands ot which one Jann s Hart
died Seized, and devised bv said Jam. a Mart lo
James Hurt above named, during his lite and
then to his heirs. Said parties are required to
answer on or before the 31st day of 3!av, A. D.
18M4, or the allegations of said petition will he
taken as true, and a judgment and decree may
be takeu iu accordance with the prayer of the
same. Thomas 3h Caktn.iv.
filiardiati as aforesaid.
I)y Sloane, Newby, A .Morrow, his att'ys.
A pledgeof affection Pawning the
wedding ring. Life.
When Slimmer Co in en.
Just after tho holidays,
-'Whim winter days arc cold and drear,
Aad forest walks arc dark and dim."
siimmor seema distant as the new world to the '
sailors of Colutnbns. Hut the earth a-aiii !
turns her cheek to the sun and blnshi s int..
beauty. 44As for myself," writes liev. S. P. I
Lewis, pastor of the Eighth Strei t laq tist
Church, St. Ixitiiri, "I never go on my vm-stion i
without having in myvalis.i a bottle if I'm Iter's J
Tonic. Nothing so i-ilective for general d, biii-ty-"
Sleeping -car conductor: -You
can roll in whenever von u -,ot t
. v in
man : 1 es, ana roll out when.
don't want to." Tt.xiu SiiAt
I j When crory otbr rfmMy hfls fnllwl
E '1 thtiro H ho;ns hi loriinii. ThoU'iiiln
;ttro now in tlm enjnyiutMit of porffpt
! jnp hopQlcF--ly to i i - by nhyficitins hihI M
5 -fricmlH. In consi'niii'nri4) of Ufl Difc
j .ii'trtpttitfnn to thn -support of wertttpuel
1 4fri;i!ia it is tlio only m il:ino necdoil iD
aU U10 coiuiuou Lllu of liic.
I fnrilHnlilT fflro C'lirAtili fn.1 1
t, J III I I T
. inrt'., Ncnrnlln. If en.l ftrli.ilrt- k ?
, l l'm!flr.o. N'e rvonni, I . r( '(-rt, J
! m,-lino. f tho lnnnu'li rl llll.tl
i Til it'ry of nit'tillric wlik-li u lil uniy t-ncl wtu 1
i 1 1 a Urif! Will Ut) (.XlUPh ! HIllJ UilU'tThill. Ful':'.-
f' " i lie 1 1 1 h of Llii," utidretiB tJ. ii. lluruafln
a Co., Columbun, Ohio. t
- PricnSl. fibottlnS'S. Directions In J j
Ifiinsnoii. S-'or IMhphsim of tlP' '
; 1 - H I
!4 I'lncv. nml nil itlHcnMCU rnn.p 1 1
h y i I i'n,. Imt . 1
(Continued from last week.)
How Watch Cases are Made.
Il is ,i fact not rrenerally known that the
Jui.n J,V., a' J'ild Watch Omt really con
tain r.ioro ;)i;re gold than many "uoiiil"
fold cases The demand for these watch
cases lias led to the manufacture of a very
poor grade of solM pold watch cases
low in (jnalily, ami deficient in quantity.
These eases arc made from 41 to 10 karats,
and a .5 or 0 karat case is often sold lor lli
or M k.u-a;s. U is Not i.inno.ny lo l.uy a
watch case to poor in quality that it "ill
soon lo.-a; its -! r, or n.s m .:'t tltut it vi!l
h -o its aha; . a! ,,' . imi i, .;,...4
1. ttina- in do-i, ai. i ..-., lain ; W,,. w. rk... .,r
'"ie st) thin tiiat a slight flow will In-. ,1c
the ryi.nl, an. I j-.-rii in.; the i:io Venn nt.
il LS economy Id iniy ;i J.mw: i'.n .' !
H'l't'A C',l;:.'-, i.l V.'liiah , f ' ... . - ,
ever occur. This watch ca-e is im( an uy,. i
tni'ilf it lias been made nearly (,'.,WV i, ,iio.
Il.i:;i ktcS. pi., .-t. 21, i j-1
I foM two .Taaa s Tli 's' 1,-l.t '.Vua !i (',"..,-., Caaty
years n,.-o, wli- n tlmy Jir.-t can ut.ua ' 1 1 . : ;. .,- in
geott Comlition yat. tin" of lb, m ia i-iu'ic.l l.v u
ciiri-cnlcr, Mr. !.. V. binike, el 11 .,!.-;,. a, , ,,i,iy
shown tliu wear m one or t.vn , a .a h ; la,.- . ; lar by
Mr. bowman, ul' Cimaiiia'liain. l :i.; imd I cua j-ro.
duco cue or both of ta. ,-.ia.-,. at any tiaK-.
.',i,vi:si').u K.sGi.j-;, JewtUr.
P.n.l 3 fent itnn.. tn K.T.t"" Unlrl, ( :i-o I jitu rl,-,, I'bllt.
d,-lllllA. Cn., f.,r llMD.l.l.lu. I llll.l, nl. il :.UII,ll!rl .,ilU.. Ilirf ttuw
4.u.it Hu.b' und Aij.l-.up 11 i.l in lu.i, nr.- iu.il..
(2'u lie CulUihUJ.1.) t
I am pleased to announce that I
an now located in my new
mom and have on hand
a lai'o'e assortment of
In Great Variety.
At Prices to Suit the Times.
Call and see for yourselves.
DON'T FGRGET THE PLACE.
So. 'Ji .oi:tii iin;n sr.
S, ml si cents for postage, and
receive lie. a co.i'lv box ot
: Is which w ill In ip all. of
, in,, !- si . to more money l r.;!,t ;
away tbau ativtliing i ise m this world, l oi-I
turns await the woikers aosoluti !v sure. At
once address Tuck .V C ... Augusta,' Main...
api !) I
Infants and Children
WiOiotit T'Torplitno or VnT-rotiiio.
What j;-iv.-s our Children rem- cheets,
Wlut cures Uleir fevers, ma :es them sl.'p;
When n.'-.bie fn-t, ant crv by turns,
W hat cervu their colic, kills thou- worms
lint ( china.
Hour bLoinuch, L'uitis, lii.ti.rsiii.ii :
' tint -:istfn-l:i.
F:n'Wt'll lli. n to MnrjiliiiiP S p;;p:;,
t'uiiui Oil and i'uj i-iTic, iii I
Contour LTpirrcnf. An ai-
f-mlute euro for llhenmatl sm,
J-'.praiiiN, lituruw, OiiUu, to., and ua
ll.ii'l'.er's l.'''7r is (leciilcdlv of the
oi)in;..n that 'resident Arthur could
not (airy New York. In coiil"irm,i
ti hi ,f this ciiii;nii, it m.iy be st.it'jd
that seven! di trirls li.ive- already
elected ,u. ti Arthur !i l.-gittcs to the
Chi a-;.! Convention.
The Ne.v York mi! has inter
viewed the Republican members of
the New York (ieneral Assembly,
and finds ih.il Seu.itor IMmmds, of
't;r;n.-)nt, is tilt? I'residen'ial ': i i e
of a latoc maj ji it v, wiih 111 n'ne as
second cl.c ice, ar.d Arlhtir third.
The bid iiidrod'.ired by Mr. Con
verse (1 leiiit rial) of Ohio, to re
store the duty on wool, in accor
dance will, iho declaration of the
last Democratic platform, was de
in the House recently by a
d majority, thus proving that
cmorratic majority m Con
gress arc not in sympathy with the
Ohio Democracy on the tariff ques
tion. A careful canvaas of the Republi
can members of the National House
of Representatives, shown that all
but four are opposed to the consider
ation of tiie Morrison tariff bill, and
as there are known to be at least
llftv Democrats also n;mnp I, Ii
there is now a strong probability
that the bill will not be taken up at
all at this session. Should the bill
be taken up, there would probably
be a five or six weeks discussion
which would prevent the consider
ation ol other important measures,
and as it is not at ail hkely that the bill
could become a law, many even of
the Democratic members are against
wasting time upon it.
Tho Columbus correspondent of
the C'lumiud Gsz.Ui: in his letter of
last Wednesday week says;
The Republicans of this Legisla
ture stand upon the Scott law, with
out the change of a letter, as upon
a rock. With enthuastic unanimity
they declare, that if the Democrats
repeal the Scott Daw, or pass the
graded tax bili (which amounts to
the same thing), they will reenact the
law the first week of the session of
the Sixty-seventh Assembly for
there is a most cheery confidence in
the next Legislature being Republi
can. This we believe to be the true
position to be taken by the Republi
can party of OLiio, and we hope it
will be clearly and strongly reaf
firmed by the Slate Convention to
be held at Cleveland on th
Ex-Wardon Thomas of the Ohio Penitentiary.
The London 7..v., of a recent issue
pays the following merited compli
ment to this excellent officer :
Mr. Noah Thomas, who retires
from the great responsibility of that
office after a four years term of un
paralleled success, conies back to us
with the proud satisfaction of having
done his duty wed and satisfactory to
the entire State. Under his man
agement, the institution has been
made to pay a large surplus into the
state treasury thereby relieving the
tax payers of a heavy' burden. No
man has ever filled a public trust
with greater ability and better satis
faction than Mr. Thomas, and he re
tires from the place with the couli- j
(lence and respect ot all citizens re
gardless of party.
Why They Call Him "Old Man."
"Yes. that's Ktdi'
"-ur 1--t'li nin
ray and fading out b. lore it's
t line, t .-e soim tiiiu
1 would, but nio.st
hair ri.-lor. rs an- ,iai i-,n,
swend hi friend. "1m; Parker
is as h-.iri'.ile.-
uiinmw riVV'"''1""''- 'vc "'-' it. i
and loa n. One die liusaln a show and the I
boys will -non st..p can, g y,.,i -Hid 3hiu j, -i
kins.'" It never fails to i-.--.toie tin. ,.,-,,0.,l i
-. oho. lueinv perniuieit,
I ett .'illit d,c.-s:,o'. ' ,..,., ,
Faster lavs March laid '
Ex. " ,
The Old Round Tower.
Those !,,, vj-it N. up nt. i.hodc iaiami, are '
proi.aiily bu,:t hv the Nor.-iaia n .aulviu the i
iituiy. and wi.s used by ti,, , u a
by th-iiaov.s. iiuas th,,r b.iMr'.if sai.n
and if i: .-"iiM tatk. what loianasof hist..rv
na to the citi,-, ns of on,- coautiy to day. as it
lspicji.ired lavaae-iviiy i,, ,,, v, , .,! ;,, ,.,.
tiouuds. all, coiit.uii.-. no oi .is, iiioi.h in 1
!t i rc-Mmi-iy i.,,... ,i t., tt ! !-,' i i toiiu'
for tlii -ir worn out .y.ims, A-; v..nr .lrif-
s. ii. liaitinaii a t o., Coir.ial as. Ohio. ' I
-M - hi-'ap j
oood te tnfiiwiaio,.,,,.. . . i
a good let ot insolvency protest,
3 1 '"
, , , .,, ,
A c.Uci, , p:estion -w.ll ,-,e mufl it ?
Of good report -
,...11 111 ip s guns. ,
V J' - 7
General Beatty For Sherman.
Special in the Commercial Gazette.]
" laine Politics' ot course they may
be wrong, but so long as they think
ihe-are ri-ht ot iy to
'0'' wl'h special lavor on Mr. Plaine
or an v other man whom they reeard
a3 a l'r'h'hitioni.st. I do not mean
to say that I sllould prefer Senator
Vrni Arthiir - .Mr.
blame. 1 1 mean simply lo alhr.n that
in my judgment cither would be
stronger in Ohio than he, and still 1
i i i . , . .
"onut doubt that any one ol the
gentlemen whose names have been
mentioned, or anv one of a score of
other Republicans, would carry Ohio.
John Sherman would gel the most
Col.CMi'.cs, ()., April j.The pub
lieation of views on the political sil
ualion, and on the Presidential iiies
ti'ui, being in order, a cot -respondent
of the (".-.'. ,' to-day h. id
t'le following interview with Cent ral
John ISeatly re'ative to the Presi
dential nomination. The Cencr.il
was found at his place of busihcs'-,
and was interviewed about as follows
44 1 lave you any choice for Presi
dent this time, General ? "
44 I don't suppose it matters to any
body, and I am not very particular,
and don't intend to fpiarrel with any
one about candidates; but if com
pelled to choose, I should say Slier
man -the Senator; not the General."
44 You were for P.laine four years
ago ? "
44 Yes, and for Hayes eight years
ago, and for Grant twelve and six
teen years ago; but I am not for
either of them now. You don't pro
pose to hold a man to one candidate
all the time, do yon ? "
"Well, no; this is a free country."
" Part of it, not all; but on this
side of tiie Ohio River we can say
what we think without being knocked
on the head with a club, and so I
make bold to expre-s my preference
for Sherman. If the country were at
war I should perhaps choose Grant;
if on the high tide of prosperity I
should possibly favor P.laine, but as
business is somewhat depressing,
and the times growing hard, and
capitalists becoming timid, and fac
tories running on half time, and mer
chants failing, and laborers not fully
employed, I think a safe man in the
Lxecutivc chair better than a bril
liant one. Mr. Sherman lias more
practical business sense than any
other man in public life, and, if nomi
nated at Chicago, his name and record
would make the business men of the
country confident and hopeful. They
would be quite sure, at any rate, of a
prudent and wise administration.
"I am not, however, taking exact
ly a dollar and cent view in the mat
ter. Sherman has recently taken a
fresh hold of this Southern business,
and is endeavorin- show the coun
try what it has Imherto been unwill
ing to see, namely : That in viola
tion of the Federal Constitution the
colored men of certain States South
are counted as a basis for representa
tion in Congress and not counted at
the polls as voters, and now that his
hand is in, I desire him to continue
the work, and to be jilaced where he
can prosecute it the most effectively.
The freedman must either be allowed
to vote and to have his vote counted
or the South must be content with
half its present number of Congress
men. I would vote for my bitterest
personal enemy if he stood sipiarely
on this platform, and I believed him
to be sincere, capable and cour
ageous enough to enforce the law.
"I like the men who
favor Blaine better than
I like Blaine himself. They are
a lively, warm-blooded, enthusiastic
lot of feilows who make things hum
around them, but I doubt if," at this
time, they represent the sober j
ment of the great bodv ef Republi
cans, and I think just now they over
estimate Rhine's strength in Ohio.
He could carrv as manv native-born
-American votes as any other man,
but he Would not bp n ilrniv. n-iil,
,t,j t c.,.. ui.
ww.....i a uv.ii.iuii .Herman.
The former, for instance, could not
carry Hamilton County; the la-t
i i i a . , , , .
001 1 ' Lifact, I tli ink Preside
trllllirnrti.mtAr I an,, ,..,.l.l .. ..
.Arthur or Senator Logan would g
a larger majority in Ohio than Mr
biaiue. mere lias been quite a
chan;e in the situation here since
the last Presidential e!e tion. The i
Germans and many native born citi-!
zens, who are at heart good Repub-
beans, have separated from us on
to.d.,y vtry SenSi-
Uvc on a point likely to be suggested
bv the most orominent fealnrp ,,f
oles, Luit the man nominated by the
h',.,,,,1,1.,,,0 , ('i,;,. ;n ... . .,,
..r...,..i.,.j ... .1,.,.,, i.ui j;ei llic
ITecloral vote of the State. So that '
(in se'ecting the candidate I Irust the
convention will look more to the
chancier of the Illan tj,.ln ,0 tiny
question ;,f availability, and I hope
Ohio will send a delegation of sersi
lile men to Chii-yon, tintrammr-lcd
by any iusiru, lions whatever, so lhat
when they have looked over the field
and the candidates they will be free
to make the best selection possiltle."
Ti e tide of immigration setting to
ward our shures is subject to fluctua
tions, but there exists no reason to
anticipate tiiat during the life of the
present generation it will fail to reach
the avenje height of the past ten
yeais; immigration, therefore, con
tinues to be one ol'the great economic
questions of this coun'ry, and it in
volves a political problem of the
highest importance, that of natural
ization. That our naturalization laws
are defective in ninny respecls is no
torious, and the demand for their re
vision will no doubt acquire added
fotce from the publication of an
article by Justice William Strong up
on that subject in the A';-- A:nnrni
AV; ire for May. In the same num
ber of the Ar,,;, , Ddwin P. Whipple
offers a candid judgment of Matthew
Arnold, as a thinker and !"s a man of
letters. Richard A. Proctor, under
the title of 44 A one of Worlds,"
writes of the vast multitude of the
pigmy kindred of the earth, known
as the asteroids. In " The Railway
and the .state. ' Gerrit L. Lansing
essays to prove that the multiplica
tion and extension of railroad lines,
and the establishment of low rates of
transportation, are hindered rather
than helped by governmental inter
ference. Prof. Henry F. Osborn, of
Princeton College, has a highly in
teresting article on "Illusions of
Memory." Helen Rendrick John
son contributes an essay on ""The
Meaning of Song." Finally, there is
a joint discussion of 44 Workingmen's
Grievances," by William Godwin
Moody ami Prof. J. Laurence Laugh -lin,
of Harvard University.
"Duty and Pleasure."
Prompted Lev. II. F. Whit", of C.l-e, uvill,,
'" "nlL' '' ""' Wit hours all,-,- his vile
beean to take Athlo; ,ros ,-,,r Hn tt,.; ,
mi iiiniiiatoiy rheumatism, she surprised all bv
walamg troi, i room to room, comparatively
free Iron, pa,,,.". 'I Spe-iiic 'ure." as 31 r.
While c.',h il. went directly to ,li,.,,l pans
reduced tne iiiil.uiimalioii, assuaged the pun,
and worked a rapid cure, as it invariably ,,.
" 1 1 ic ! " is the title of a new novel.
The critics will hac it. S,i!m Sun
burnt. Good place for people to live at
who dislike Rhine wines Anti-och
The Poston ', says cocktails are
ripe. They always are, being raised
under glass. Lwl! 0-iri,r.
Young Folks' Corner.
Of CiVs my iWmV is made.
And Cooks Will tell you so;
As tin y have made it'olt.
They surely ought to know.
When frost 1ms killed the leaves.
And on the ground they lie.
To get 111V smmd III, II.
W e to the forest hi
3Iy ir,.,;, i cook. d in lard.
To make it .pin,- complete.
And when 'tis nicely browiu d
"lis "good l-nou:ii to eat."
I'.'inio-i d of Ik I letters.
3!.v r,s 111 nil 2il ; HI f . is the border of
a c. -1 1 1 , 1 ry.
3ty ill !l .V, ,'!s a: ,; y, IH marvelous.
My j 4.1 lis 53 8 W lal :ij is an liiterroga-
-My id 7 (',; 4.1 11 -f, Id 17 51 id is a dis-gni-e.
a... ,',1 ji 11 I,, o -o .u u a coloring
3!y 15 H ! 1.1 'Jo -js -, (;.; 5.1
J 1:1 is a 1. .ot l,v .. . 'i ,,111 ,;, e.
My 1,5 .i.i ;7 ,i 1 4,; 4 14 is a ferocious ani
inal. My lij ill! Mil ail ,',! is a ino'intain.
aly 47 oil "! aj a ; 1H Ml season.
My 1 in n 1 ,, ,;1 t,:i n, a riv, 1-in laiglulid.
My li h! is is to suspend.
'ine whole is found in
No. 3—CHARACTERS IN "THE MOONSTONE."
s 11 CN 1
1. A bout, ami a conno-v,
W'hat a man epects to lind on his razor
alter it has been sharp, n, d.
a. A blow upon toe , ur.
I. A tloiwr. and a man armed n it, a spear.
.1. Happy, and a 1 1 1. .1 -1 1 1 1 , , that fa, is at night.
'. Caj.al.Je. and destinitc ot color.
7. Can ty, and to tan v.
s. A wading bud, ami a building. Pas-v.
No. 4—DOUBLE ACROSTIC.
A gul's inline.
3. A l( ap.
4. To exceed.
5. An animal,
li. A g nun.
7. I'm lnploii ,1.
s. llol S, s. "
!'. I doc.
Tile initials sholl !it i. the 1 lici t ol being
ill po.-:., ,ln ,,1 the i, als ! Pol I.V.
AllSUe'S to iollng I oil
No. 1 Caipet.
' Col ner of April 1(1 :
No. 2- C
1) E N
C E D A It
No. :) -Nonentity (N on N T T).
No. 4 -lie bo th long who hveib wed;
All else is tunc but tl,io 11 away.
No. 5 1. Amoor. a, Toiiibigbec. a. Oder.
1 cuoMsioiie. .,. iniinge. n. I onin ciiciii
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