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Dovotod to News, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Manufactures, and tho Conornl Intorests of Highland County.
VOL 49-NO. lf.
HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1885
WHOLE NO. 2-550
' 1 x
Published Every Wednesday
llltflilmiil News ruhlisliing Co.
IlAllREKE & SON', Proprietors.
OKrinK-Hocganl P.uilding, 2ml story, 3.1 door
West of Kramer Uon.
Mingle copy, ono year J JjJJ
" " H months 1 J"'
" " 0 months ''
i' ' l months '"
" " 3 1111)11 tllH
INVAUIADLY IN ADVANCE.
RATES TOR ADVERTISING
Made known on Application.
Cards inserted under this head at tho follow
ing rates : For 1 inch space, 10 a year; t
inch, n? year; )i ini'li, S3 a year.
UvrTeii linen of this typo mako 1 inch.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Otlico - Corner of Main and Hig'i streets,
Merchants' National litiiik ISnilding. iny2"y
J VlOVI,K. W. 8. ItUDIHII.L.
-jyjYLK ,t UUDISILL,
Office In MeKibbeu's Block, S. High St.
K01M1H B. aAKDNF.lt,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Onico Over i'cibcl a Clothing Store.
J It. CALLAHAN, D.D.M.,
. Office Over Feibcl's Clothing Store,
street, first iloor to light, up stairs,
meats by Telephone.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
H IT.I.SIlOltO. OHIO.
tin. Southeast corner .Main and High
greets, room np stairs, auglyl
'"). KVAXS, D.D.H. W. O. Dl'CKWAl.I., D.D.H.
jVAN.S A DUCKWALL,
1 HiLiJuoHO, Ohio.
! Olliee--Opposite Dr. lluyt'8, West Main St.
11US8, M. D.,
i Phsvician. Slireon and Accolichelir,
' Oflice No. G Went Mam Biroet, above Mc-
Tobacco Fautory. niylyl
f Attorney at LaW, and Notary Public,
Store. HiLLHiioiio, Ohio.
U. 8. J. Sl'EES,
! Will now cive hiti ontire time to the practice
of bin proamnion, lie has bad entenxive expe
rience, and will t;ive upeeial attention to the
tieatiuont or Ulironie LiweaHes. vjoice m
'k New block, ill) Ktaira, Hiuh street
ll.Hiilence, No. 51 North Hi'b street, 2 doors
inrth of Clifton Iloime, formerly occupied by
llUK'h Hwearmcen, Uillstioro, Uluo. jminyi
W. HIIEFHEKD, M.D.,
NYSICIAN AND MM
Oflico On Short street, two doors went of
JDl'Ii street. Olliee hours From 8 to 9 A. M
1 to 2 1'. M., 7 to 8 1'. M., and all day on Satur
C. M. OVRHMAN. jAOOll J 1'UOMI.KY,
O. S, I'miie, CanbiiT.
Citissns' National Bank
Of Hillsboro, O.
Capital, 100,000. Surplus, 1 50,000,
. DIUEOTORii :
J. J. riiKslev. O. 11. Beeelier, W. II. OiOKK
Klias Overman, John I.. West,
F. I. Bumijai uer. C. M. Overman
Dxh a General Dunking and Exchange
DusineM. Uovernment and County
Donds bought and old.
has removed his
Daily Heat Market
fJOITH HIGH STPEET.
A Few Doors South of tho Masonic Templo.
T" 77 T H IT 71 T: K K
VEAL, MUTTON. I'OKK,
SAUSAOE-MEAT, HAMS, Ac.,
Of the very best quality, and at prices as low
any other establishment.
i "Stores and families supplied wit fresh
A ooutiiinaaco of public patronage solicited
CASH paid for GOOD CATTLE AND HOOS
Stallions at the Fair Grounds
CLAYFOl'.D (1017,, by Harry Clay
IUm, Itowcna, by llumhleionian (Hi); grami
luni, Wiivoily Uoitlaiid, by American Star
F.HNF.ST (tiKII, by Volunteer (55); dam,
by Flow Hoy (2'M). llsy.
VITIU'VIVN (lllol), bay horse by Stillson
(Ii7()i; ilum, llamptunitt, by llaiubletoiiiaii
CADMUS, an all-purpose utalhon, bv Ilrown's
4'a.lMius; dam by buy Chief, by Meiuliiiuu
i5ts J. R. GTEIN.
Proposed Amendment (0 llm Const I
lulion of Ohio.
Mouse Joint Resolution No. 67
t'opitsutrj Amrtiilnicntft to Artit'lia
1 hrrt'f and jni oj Hip t.oitxltiu
titm if lir Nulr.
lit' it rcsnlrt'it h ttr (Jpiwrnl Assrmhtt of thp
Stittp of oliin. That propnHitiniiR to amend acc-
nn 2 of article II, Hortion 1 of article III, and
ction 2 of article of tho constitution of
tho State of Ohio, shall be submitted to the
lectora of this state, on the second Tuesday
f October, A. I. IKS:), to read as follows:
Section 2. Senators and representatives
shall bo elected biennially bv the electors of
respective counties or districts, on thp
lirst 'Citrstla'i ajti r thp Jirtt ,l'ifp in .Yojvjm-
er; their term or olliee shall commence on
the tiit dav of January next thereafter, and
nitinuo two yc ars.
Section 1. The executivo department shall
consist of a governor, lieutenant-governor,
secretary of state, auditor of state, treasurer
f state, and an attorney-general, who shall be
elected ON THE FIltST Tl'KMlAY AFTHH THE FIIIHT
Monday in Novkmiif.ii, by the electors of tho
state, and at the places of voting for members
of the general assembly.
Section 2. County officers shall bo elected
on thp lirst TiipsiIoi aftiT thp Jirst Momlaif in
orrinlit r, bv the electors of each county, in
such manner, ami for such term, not exceed
ing three years, as may be provided by law.
FOItM OF 11AI.LOT.
At such election, the voters in favor of tho
loptionof the nmendment to section two of
article two, shall have placed upon their bal
lots tho words, "Amendment to section two of
articlo two of tho constitution Yes:" and
those who do not favor the adoption of such
amendment, shall havo placed upon their
ballots t le words, "Amendment to section two
f articlo two of the constitntion No. Ihoso
bo favor the adoption of the amendment to
section ono of article three of the conMitntion,
shall have placed upon their ballots the wolds,
Amendment to section one ot article three or
the constitution Yes:n and those who do not
favor the adoption of such amendment, shall
have placed upon their ballots the words,
Amendment to Bection one of articlo three of
the constitntion No. Those who lavor the
adoption of the amendment to section two of
article tell of the constitution, shall have
laced upon their ballots the words, "Amend
ment to section two of articlu ten of the con
stitution Yes:" and those who do not favor
the adoption of such amendment, shall have
placed upon their ballots the words, "Amend
ment to section two of article ten of the con
stitution No." A. I). MA liS II,
.irii.vr of thp liotmpof Ih'prPto'ithtltcnt.
John c;'. yvauwick,
J'rrsvli lit of thp S'tiutp.
Adopted March 25. 1885.
United Stairs of Amehii a, Ohio,
Offiok of the Secuktauy of State, t
I, James S. KojiinhoN, Secretary of Statu of
the State of Ohio, do hereby certify that tho
orogonig is a truo copy of a Joint llesointion
adopted by tho General Assembly of the State
of Ohio, on the 25tli day of March, A. I). 1HS5,
taken riom the original rolls nied In tlitB oince.
Is Testimony YVhkhkof, I have hereunto
subscribed my name, and afhxcd
IsealI mv official seal, at Columbn, tho
20tli dav of March, A. 1). 18X5.
JAMES S. KOIHNSON,
Serrrtnri of Wdc,
THE Board of SchoolExamineraof Highland
county give notice, that examinations of
Applicants for Certificates will tako plaoeiu tho
Hillsboro Union School building on the first
S aturdav of every month, and on tho third Sat
urday of February, March, April, August, Sep
tember and October. The Examination fc(
proscribed by law is 50 cents, liy order of tin
au23vl E. O. SMITH, UlorH.
Columbus & Cincinnati Midland
May 3d. 1885.
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Trains run daily.
tDaily except Sunday.
All trains between Columbus and Cincinnati
run through without change of cars, connect
ing in thu Union Depots with u II diverging
Through tickets aro sold by Agents of
line to all parts of the baked Suites at
Lnwc.t bates. For lhttes, Time Tihlca and
Pus Monk.it, Jr., Agent, Columbus, O.
S. F. I'i.aiioio, VY, E. liKcei ur,
tieii l bup't. tiun'l l'as.
Apple, Peach, Pear and Cherry
FOR THE FALL TRADE.
10,000 Evergreen and Orna
All the new and old varieties of
;!0,000 lliispberrieu, Strawberries, Cur-
rantfi, Gooseberries, nud rlowermn MiruuH,
which I will Roll ut prices to suit the times.
The public buvo my tbauUs for the very
liberal patronage heretofore received, nud
by fair denting I hope to secure a continu
ance of the sniue.
Ready for Immediate Use!
Tho Old Keliablo House of
CHAS. MOSER & CO.,
Has appointed the Old Reliable House of
To act as their SOLE AGENTS for High
land county in tho sale of their
THESE AF.E THE YEUY EEST
In tho market, and can be applied by any
one big enough to swing n brush.
Cincinnati, Washington & Baltimore
THE ONLY LINE RUNNING
PALACE SLEEPIIIG CARS
AND THE CELKllUATt D
DniKirr Connection Foil All roisra
EAST AND SOUTHEAST.
THE FAVORITE SHORE LINE
AND ALL POINTS IN THE
West. Northwest, and Southwest.
Lowest Rates, Quickest time,
Through Trains Leave Ilillsboro
Cincinnati, Cor all point!) Last, anil
Tor Wilmington, Columbus,
Wlircliiii rittslnte;, nnd nil
inleiiiiediat points at
(:i a.m., :'.U) p. in.
For furlhur information and tho
possiblo rates, apply to
AijriU C. It'. t Jt. It. li
J. II. HTKYVAKT,
T110S. P. P.AUllY,
GcnT. Paas. A Tkt.
This modiino, combining Iron with rnro
v(M:ittiMt tonics, nuickly nni) r(nii1t it-ly
Impure Hlnnd, lUiilaria.l lilllNnnu ri'ViTN,
li fin uniHihntT rfrn'oy for ltscnos ol tho
Klilnrypi nml l.lvrr.
It in invulimble tcr iMson1; rt'inftr 10
W'onipn, (unl all wlio 1'U1 t'U-ntni y livv.
1 1 (1im) not iiiiuro the t'l h.onn-f ht ttnm'lK' nr
It enriches mul niritit' )v IiUmmI, si iniulnlcs
tho npi'K't it4, niiln tho nsMuiiluliun of ftxxl, ro
lit'vt'B Urarthuni nii'l Uelchii!, ntul strength
en' the musi'U's nnl nL'rves.
For IntcrinitttMit huvery. 1 Jissutido, lJict or
Knerpy, Vc, it has no eiiml.
& a- Tho trciuiiiio hns nl'ovo trmlo mfirk nv
crtihsctl roi lines on wniopt-r. 'iitkc noolhiT.
nit uttlfby ltlion?i 1 H KU U. 0 UiLTlMOItE, .
"I ache all over!" What a commoq ex
pression; and how much it m,caiis to rr.any
a poor suttcror! I heso aches h,avo a
cause, and m,oro frequently than; is gener
ally suspected, tho causa is t!io L ver or
Kidneys. No disoaoo is more painful or
serious than th,eso, an,d no rcrncdy is so
prom.pt aqd effective as
No romcdij has yet been, dirrovrrr 1
trpt is so effectivo in, ail KIDNEY AN 3
LIVER COMPLAINTS, MALARIA, DYSPEP
SIA, etc., and uet it is s niplo nnd harm
less. Scien.ce an,d rrjcdical skill have
coiTbined v;ith v.ciirlerful success lh,cse
h,orbs whicli nature hps provided for th,o
cure of disease. It strengthens aqd in
vigorates tliovvholo system.
Hon. Tlisdiloiis fltevens, the distintrnished Con
KM-ssiumi, onco wrfue to a fellow member v,lio was
al'einH from llhlls'f'.loli ami lliilm-y riisRW):
" Tr7 Wls.Uer'r .1 ;lili'!-s, j U;li,'ve il will euro
you. I l)aeUHilitfurlMth)iKliKestinuandalTee.
tlon of the kklueys, alul it is the most wontlcrf ul
combiuatiou of uuxliciual herbs I oversaw.11
MIBUXEIt HERB BITTEE3 CO.,
525 Commorce St., Philadelphia.
Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup Never Fail
ITair restorative. Iu the world Is TIaIX's
Hair Hknkwku. Itcun s all diseases of
the scalp, and stimulates the hair glands
to healthful action. It. stops the' falling of
the hair; prevents its turning gray ; cures
baldness, and restores youthful color and
freshness of appearance to heads already
v liito with age. The following are, a few
illustrations of what is done by
HAIR REN EWER:
ir Mits. ITrNsnKniiT. 34 1 Franklin Jre.
rrv(klyn K. i'., aliu-r a m-voru attack (if Kry
ipciiis in tho lurtti, found her hair alronjy
gray fulling o'X bo rnpMly tlint ulu hcmi lnH-iinns
quito bait!. t)no buttlo tf IIaiis IIami Kk-
H k vv k it itrnUKht It bars na Butt, urunu aud
thick aa when alio was n girl.
jJiT" Mil. Kesi.ino, an old farm or, near War-
taiv. Ind.t had Bcarculy any hair h it, "titl what
halo thero was of It had Ihtuiiio nearly whitu.
no hottlo of IIai.l'i Haiu Kknewku stoppi-d
its laiiiii&f out, ami avu mm a tiiicK, luxuriiuit
head of hair, un brown and frctih an ho ever had.
air Miis. A. T. Wall. Greevflelrf. Chenhire
Eng.. wrilc-B : "I havo found tho irrcati-st hcu-
etit from tho una of JlAi.L'ti Haiu Kknewkii, it
havinif roctored my linir, which was rapily lull
ing olf, and returned ita original culur."
AS I)n. Emit, Pktp, Detroit, fich.. rertlfloi
th.it "IIai.l'i! Haiu Khnkwku id i-xet-llent for
li tit r cn wini', ami uiw bauk tho natural color
to failed and yray hair.'
j- Mns. H. K. Elliott, CUnvitU, TT. Fa.,
payn: 'thui botilo or llAirn Hair Kenkwku
rcblurcd my hair to lU natural, youihful eului."
No injurious pnbMnueo enter inti tlm
criHiM).Niion of Hall's Haiu Ki:nkvi:u,
anil It is not a dye. lis veirelablo lnre
liriits render it intho liii'Iiest decree hene
lleial to 1 1 if 8eali its u pvvenlivt' of dis
I'iifO. IU t ll'eets nri; lialurnl and I:tii.Lr,
nnd it huM not mako ttm li:iir dry :iiid
brasliv, lihe Hie so-called rental -utivtb coia
ikhiihW with aleuhul.
Is. In four respects, superior to all others.'
1st It will produce, a rich, natural
color, brown or black, ns desired.
'.'"I --The color so produced is permanent,
cannot ho washed oil, tin I will not soil any
thing with which it cone's in contact.
;!d It is a simile preparation, and more
coii eniciit of apiilieatiua th.iu uny other
hair or hi-ker dye.
till It contains 111 deleterious IngTC
ilieiits, us do many pi paratiuus oilen
for like use.
11. T. HALL ti CO., Nashua, N. IL
Sold by all Dealers iu Medicines. .
rcF'onarjIe & Rogers'
JJIDDLETfJVjl. N- Y.
Their itAltre DKl.K'Ai'Y coniniemls tliem
to all lovers of kink h.avoks, while
eeoiioinisls apiireciate the tact that their
CiHKAT M ltKMil ll requires the use of
hai.k 111K ijUAMHV ol ordinary Flavor
ing Lxtracts. Their oN 11 merits arc their
DOWN IN TEXAS.
THE ALAMO, SPANISH MISSIONS,
SAN JOSE, CATHOLIC CEMETERY
AND OTHER OBJECTS DESCRIBED.
Extracts from an Interesting and Instructive
Letter from a Highland
Tho following extriict't nro Iiikcii from n
tetler kindly furnished us l v Miss Lucie
Morrow, of this city, written by her brother
Frank, of Houston, Texas. Mr. Morrow is
connected with the 1 lurrisbnri' and Sun
Antonio railroad. The extracts piven be
low will prove i xeeediiH'lv interestini; to
our readers. After LMvim other items of
local interest ami tellim; us there nro about
five hundred saloons in San Antonio, he
ontinuetf in this manner :
Hut I must tell you in i re of the Alamo
City. The study of architecture can be
nindo very intcri'Ktinp;, us San Anto. con
tains specimens of all classes, from the
Mexican Jaeal (ha-eal) to tiiajiniliceiit stone
business blocks tivo stories in height. Th
lirst are very interesting, being built of
sticks and mud and covered with a thatched
roof straw with a polo or two to keep it in
place. Many of these have no door except
a hole in tho wall with no means of closing
it. Some have chimneys, others nothing
but the open doorway. A house of this
kind, 12x15 feet, will acconiiuodiile about a
lozen Mexicans of all ages, with a dog or
two thrown in. I used to think some of
uie negro nuaniics at nonie were nurd
enough, but they are palaces compared to
a calico waist cut .Mother
covering tho upper por-
the Mexican jacal. We passed one where
several children wero plaving in the dirt
near the street car track. One little fellow
about four years old seemed to be superin
tending the work on bund as he stood upon
iv slight elevation with his hands behind
him looking like a king. Of course he was
in full dress
tion of his chest and arms. The remainder
of tho costume was supplied by nature, and
seemed to tit him perfectly. It was
daisy summer cortume, but I would not ad
viso any of you to make one until the ther
monieter climbs up a few degrees. Hut
the first thing one asks on meeting a stran
ger is "have you seen the Missions?
I heso were built by tho Spaniards about
17.1 years ago nnd extend iu a line from
oun Antonio to the hid uramlc, situate,!
irom iwo to live nines apart, ine tirst
1110 Alamo. jNcxt conies uoncepciou two
... . ......
nines irom town, violins wo waikeil hat-
uraay aiurnoou. aner leaving 1110 town
we lonow 1110 n.Aino. javt-r and sooucomo
near euougu 10 seo me tops 01 1110 lowers
above tho trees.
to bo interesting. Tho exterior has been
well preserved, particularly the main por
tion. Tho rear portion looks old, the walls
aro crumbling, the roof covered with
growth of cactus, but, boii.g used as a hab.
itation by a family of greasers, who use
most interesting portion for a cow shed,
loses much of its attractiveness. Tho nave
is still in use, services being held regularly,
Tho interior you havo a view of, too. Tho
walls he.vo a suggestion of a lato coat
whitewash, and taken all together is much
too modern. They have a register for
names of visitors, also a contribution box
which they do not fail to show you.
were considerably disgusted, but on our
to town wero told that wo made a mis-
tiko in not going onto San Jose (O-za).
Next day wo decided to do so, and after
dinner procured a horso and buggy
started First vn viuiteil the e,,u. lew
uated 011 a hill east of town. It is divided
Ut, il,ti, 1 irttiU in, i!i f,i,,rr..l i, ,. ... Ir I .-
. , ... ' ' . .
"! " iuw 11, eacn secuou coiuaiuiiig
ten acres. Ono is devoted to
r ., 11 . t t . il 1
"-"", in, 11 11,111111
of secret societies nro represented, nnd
tho center is tho National burying ground.
Of course it is tho nicest, being surrounded
by a stonewall and kept iu good order,
They havo a great many graves placed close
together iii long rows, each with a small
head stone, although a large - stoiio is some
times supplied by friends. From there
started to Sail Jose, and wishing to go by
different route wo started out for ourselves.
On getting out on tho prairie wo encoun
tered a mcsipiite chnppnrcl which had roads
running, through it in all directions.
guessed at one but missed it and had
turn back two or three times losing almost
au hour. At last wo caino in sight of
first and struck out across the prairie.
Passing this one without stopping, wo
soon on tho right road. This two
drivo is Very pretty being through timber
part of tho way, and particularly so where
it crosses tho river, which is aswift running
clear strerm, about as largo ns Clear Creek.
I wish I could describo the old mission.
It is grand, although fust going to
Very littlo is h ft of the roof and that
the lower portions. The front is decorated
with figures of heroic size, which
been mutilated with the exception of
which are still perfect. The building is
stono and concrete, and when they
first built must havo been grand. Tho
seems to havo been painted, a
of which can si ill bo seen on the
exposed places. Not a solid color but
off iu a sort of geometrical pattern outlined
iu red and Lino. Some of the original
doors still stand. Four inches thick,
cedar, carved iu high relief, originally,
now of course the carving has all been
away. Nothing remains of the nave
tho front wall and ono bido wall and a
portiou of the roof against the wall
front. Tho interior is piled up with rock,
mortar, etc., and into this sacred place four
cowi have crawled to die. Of course their
bodies wero not removed. These missions
were built by Spain for the purpose of eon
verting the Indians and thus strengthening
the church. They wero the only buildings
in the country and were truly magnificent.
Thay must have cost tho Spaniards, monks,
Indians, etc., an immense amount of work.
They are still owned by the Catholics and
it is a sham.' that they have not been pre
served. Tin- only portion of San Jose that
remains, intact, is locked and the key held
bv an old Mexican woman who wants 2",
enls to let ono in. However, we climbed
up on top of the back part, but she came
across the field, cursing in Spanish, and we
w, re forced to brat a retreat. After she
had gone we climbed up into the tower on
the front and managed to keep out of her
glit. It is rather a perilous climb but is
worth the trouble. I will have to try to
tell yon more another time. More anon.
'What is the whole duty of a married man V"
asks the new Conjugal catechism: To he
agreeable to his wife and keep Dr. Hull's
('ongti Syrup ill tho houso for the children
when they get a cold, of course. Ask us some
Memorial Services at Topeka, Kan.
TOPEKA, Kan., May 27, 1885.
F.niToit Kr.ws: Memorial services iu
honor to tho memory of dead heroes, boys
who wore the blue, fought, bled and died
lor tneir irionus ami country, were neici iu
the t. rami (ipera House last Minday at J
, , , . . i
ociocs-p. m. ine procession was io,meu
at Music Hall anct marched to ihedrami
Opera, headed by Marshall's Military Hand,
the (5. A. K. , the Woman's llelief Corps,
the Sons of Veterans and Co. A of Third
Regiment K. S. M., under tho direction of
A. O. Thatcher nnd A. M. Fuller. A. H.
Campbell opened the exercises and in glowjust
ing words explained the object of such
meetings. Then li, v. F. S
presented and invoked tho
a (iod upon tho meeting
I'.ravo" was rendered by Marshall's Hand to
perfection, followed by "America," sung
by the Modoc Club. The Moniorial oration
was given by Kev. Dr. S. McChesnoy,
tho First M. I'.. Church, in n brilliant and
telling way. He was followed by Kev. F.
S. McCabo, of tho Presbyterian Church,
who made, a grand and eiiective spoecii inn
is ot patriotism and lovo u.r mo old suidiers
ami tho Hag. 1 ten. uatnpueii tuen ioni
of some very louclung scenes that 110 wit-
uesseil during tno war. Alter somu very
lino music given ny tno j.otus ciun, me
Kev. . 11. jsoies 01 mo L;iirisiiau vnurcii,
nmdea few timely remarks, after which
the doxoiogy was sung and mo ueueuuiiou
pronounced by Kev. McCabe.
Tho citizens and soldiers here uavo con
eluded to hold the Soldiers Keuniou here
.1 -t L
ill iopeiia tins coming auuunii, 11 mey cau
get reduced rates 011 tho railroads in Kan-
Kansas claims more soldiers to tho acre
thau any other Stato iu t je Union.
D. W. McCoy.
had neuralgia and must hold her head. Then
he bought her a bottle of balvation Oil
twenty-live cents. Now ho holds her sweit
hands by the hour.
Owl U the mums of an East liostou young
When he goes to see his girl ho
ail. BU object ill VI0W to wit : to WOO. JhS.
The sure effects tn Ayer's Narsaparilla
thorough and permanent. If there is a lurK
about the ing traint of scrofula aliont you, Ayer's Harsa-
parilla will dislodge it, and expel it from your
Tho differeneo between Pittsburg
Boston girls is that tho former havo smuts
ou their noses and the latter havo spec's.
Mtrrhttnt Tran It 1:
Lav thv sweet bauds in mino. and trust
. ' '
me, ho said, but alio only remarked that
A whisker live must bo convenient to
easy to nnnlv. impossible to rub oil, elegant
appearance, and cheap in price. Iluekingham'B
l)ve lor tno wmsKers mines in iiscn an mean
merits. Try it.
A poet says : "Woman is tho Sunday
man." Ho probably had Evo in his mind.
as she was tho beginning of the weak,
must Mishler's l'lerb Hitters nrevail over
forms of kidney and liver diseases. Dyspepsia
and indigestion likewise yield to the magic
its power. Kead what Millard Jiosier, or
clay street, New oik, says: "After sutlering
torments from dyspepsia and indigestion
found a c iinplcto euro in your remedy.
wife was h!m cured of severe neuralgia.
Why is it dangerous to bo out in spring
Hecauso tho grass has blades, tho tlowers
pistils, the leaves shoot and tho bullrushes
out. Yonii'M Statt mai .
Keport of the East Monroe school for
month ending May 2:1th, lssj :
A Crude Anna lt.iwo tKI;V. Mollie llees
Alhi rt Dean 11 T J. William bowe SO. II
- r.lhi .''mkiiis si 1 l.dna Skinner HII1'-,', (
tie ltowe Ho 0 tirade Fannin Jenkins
I 1-tl. Louie liees 7 3-7. Alfred bees Ti
Samuel llainter (Is-:, Ola Wilson (.7
Marion Hminions tkt 5-0, Charles J'enn 0J
t'els Sunders bo'-,,, lleeoy rseoiv uo 1-1.
. if :i . . 1 r. , . n 1 ..
IMllllOer Ol pupils cm uuni u, , n , i'i ne '
attendance 41. isitors L orost bees,
llrown, Jehu Smith, John ttrillitli,
, M. .. M II M..U'.. , , ,x,u rl' l.i.r
l.t'UIU'll. .'i. ...............
To tho victors belong the spoils,"
the Republican grocer 1.) ho worked off
1,,en bud coos on a late-aiMioiiited Demo-
cratic ollioe-holder. The JJaUhit.
Condition of the A. M. E. Church.
Mil. I'.niTou : If you will allow ma Fpaco
in your valuable paper to give a short sum
mary of tho condition of tho African Meth
odist Church of this city, I shall bo obliged
to you. In September 1S, I took charge
of the above named church, nml found it
numbering a membership of fifty souls.
Tho condition of the church was poor both
temporal and spiritual, and I might also
add that tho churc'.: was financially em
barrassed. A debt of nine hundred dollars
hung over the church and is yet unpaid.
Tho membership is small and the people
poor, lhey do willingly all they can to
meet the expense of tho church, and as
they have failed in this it makes it a known
fact that they are unable to meet their in
debtedness. They are not able to give the
pastor a living support, and, while he has a
family to support, he has be, mi as lenient
with them as be could under the condition
of nllairs. We are very willing to make
sacrifices to pay our debt, if nt the samo
time our children be not starving. A largo
debt and not able to meet our current ex
Will the people tho good citizens of
Hillsboro aid us as much as they can in
the payment of our honest indebtedness,
should we bo compelled to call upon them ?
Our church is freely opened to all who
may desire to couio in and hear tho gospel
of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Come in, hear, believe and be saved. Tho
gospel must be preached. If our debt
usurp our church, we w ill still go on in tho
Hlr,.1)Kth of (mr Goi bloving that Heaven
wji i,i,.RS jH10r. Jtay wo not depend
I nvKm yOU t nss;sj ,ls jmying our debt ?
(. , :,, , . Von for vour food deeds
My fllmiy ,, ,o for support,
and though the church lias iaid me all it
could, it will not and has not supported my
family. If it were not for the assistance of
my sons, I could not remain in this church
or this charge.
I am very truly your obedient i 'vant,
J, W. STEWARD, Pastor.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
xhc best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Minuses, Sores. Fleers, Salt I'.lieum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chupptd Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Files, or no pay reuircd. It is guaran
teed to give perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Sevbert A Co. angl3yl
The "Buzz Saw" Newspaper.
rpjie jjav ,mmijor nf I,imi Smith's I'hila
ri,.,; y, n)W lit.-rtilly sparkles with dy-
us ,;,,,,.,,. ,, .,,.,,. .,;
" " -'"" ' '
(.jons Iu,ws pnpt,rs frauds ciuacks and hum
. , : f . j , , ,..mc .
tQ ll,(,itilimto journalism and business ami
,,, ,v. i,..a ,,,,,1 i'.i;i.,r
s ...ith Ilrf.,M 8erio us charges aL'aiust C.ov.
,. i,ii, ,i iiu ,. r,;,!,,,,!
Cleveland for Ilium's removal. Anthony
,-, , ,, ,,,.,: , 1. w T, Allen
notorious fraud and legally indicted black
Couistock, Secretary of the
the S. of V., is again offered
mailer. Tho Texas press and officials aro
appealed to to drive Hyron II. Van Kutib.
of Leon Springs, from that State. It ap
pears that Van Kaub is trying to establish
a harem. "Dr. w. it. tiaio publisher 01
ir .nt. 7 c-....i.:.... 1 fi
in ' ' b . ' "
,.,,; fnllo i,v,,At..,l A I,,,",, 1 I Wilm.T
sue "w"' .i-...
Tom Chichester and "Dr." Fry, all of
Philadelphia, are given "Thirty Days No
tice" to discontinue their demoralizing
'Pennyroyal and Tansy Pill" business.
Smith declares if thev do not heed his
warning ho will arrest and prosecute, them
himself. The Louisiana Lottery Co. is
again exposed. Tho stories, poetry, and.
puzzle department of tho Herald nro ex
cellent. Smith scored his forty-sixth vic
tory on tho '21st of May, before Judge Ar
nold, tho jury awarding Smith -'2",(ID0 dam
Very Remarkable Recovery.
Mr. (ieo. V. Willing, of Manchester, Mich.,
writes: "My wife has been almo.-t helpless tor
live years, so helpless that she could not turn
over in bed alone. Sho used two hottl sof
l'.lectne Hitters, and is so much improved that
she ia able now to do her own work."
Electric Hitters will do all that is claimed for
them. Hundreds of testimonials attest their
gnat curative powers. Only fifty cents a bot
tle at Sevhert A Co'a.
More often than a man, a woman mnkes
tho luistako of a lifetime when sho opens
her mouth, so many of them never part
all their lips save to put their foot in it
A Wonderful Discovery.
Consumptives and all, who suiter from any
affection of the throat and luiius, can tind a
certain cure in 1 ir. King's New Discovery tor
Consumption. Thousands of permanent cures
verify the trot li of this statement. No medi
cine can sliitw such a record of wonderful
cures. Thousands of onco hopeless sulb rers
now gratefully proclaim they owe their lives to
this New Discovery. It will cost you nothing
to give it a trial. Free trial bolt leu at ticybt-rt
.1 Co s drug store. Large size il.
While a Union Pacific train was stuck in
a snow-drift hist week, the passengers paid
1 apiece for sandwiches. Wanted them
forsuow shovels, probably. -
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. 1 .. 1 lilt, 1111H0111 ill inu muni auuiiui I'm ......
mi 'J '
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Chicago is Decerning a lasniouaoie I'mm
said for bridal couples to goto. After eating
a the Chicago bread, n man can put up wan
almost anything short of fro.ou roeks.-
I 'nAir Stall. una 11.
Lugging a twenty-pound baby around-,
,1... ........ f.oi.i tin.li.e.h! Until tho rooster's
IUII lUMIU H.l".h'.
orow will crush out tho divine airUtus from