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'Oil A FAGHIONAI.
Or CLOTHES, CALL OK
. TjIi rASIIXOii'A:i..t,B TAILOR, IIILLSBORO, OXII-
Wednesday, March 31, 'EG.
The rlrrulnilon of n. iiewipnper drlt-r-mimi
tlio Trtlufi of ltd minimi nn nn nd
TfirttnliiK medium. The NKWS hn by fur
Iho InrcHt olrrulntiun of nny pnp-r In
llichlnnil county, whirl, f.iet ntl vM1snrK
would do well tt bear in mind. Our list
nre open to their inspection.
WANTED-10,000 lba. Scft
Soap and 2,000 lbs. Lard, unfit
for family use.
J. S. ELLIFRITZ & CO.
Anl iedpat ion.
Sensation. Tid Hits.
Miss Irene L'hnney Is quite ill with BCfirlut
Mr. Itlehnid Frei) is quite ill lit her home
on Johnson street.
Mr. (,'hns. Nevln, of Glncinimti, spent Sun
day with liia parents here.
Tho II lull land County Medical Society
meets on Thursday, April Hth.
Ayouimsou of fSheriff II. C. Diiwflon has
been seriously 111 for weveral days past.
Messrs. Huh Krvln and Frank Mclveehan
attended tho Washington V, It. stock sales
xThe Woman's Foreign Missionary Society
of tho M. R Church mnet-i at tho chure !i to
morrow at p. in.
Mr. Hamuel Uiestund 10ft last Monday for
Liberty, Indiana, after a sliort to relatives in
this city and vicinity.
Messrs. II. H.Scarborough and Juino Clark
luft yesterday with fourteen head of homes
for the Dayton market.
The I'un-IIellentc Li loo Club, of Delaware
University, sang to a small audience in Mu
sic Hull Saturday night.
Mrs. Jenuio Stockton returned hint Satur
day evening from a visit to her sister's fam
ily In Kichlund, Missouri.
pssrs. George SIusmt and Morgan Lemon
established a manufactory for the
t paling fence, on Fast Main street.
There will be no preaching service at tho
Presbyterian Church r.xt Sunday, as Dr.
McSurely will be absent in Washington LMI.
Mrs. Sally Tudor, of mar Greenfield, has
removed to Ilillfeboro, and will make her
home with her sons, Messrs. Will nnd Alex.
To-morrow is All Fool's Day. Don't pick
up any stray pocket books, nor kick any old
boots tior pup;.:' sacks that nmy he lying
Mr. A.T. Kogera has beon delegated by tho
Presbyterian Church toattend the meeting
of tho Chilllcothe Presbytery at Greenfield
in April. J. M. Hibhen is alternate.
There will be a special conclave nf High
land L ommaudory, No. :U, K. T., on Friday
evening, April 2d. Work in t lie Order of the
Temple. A full attendance Is desired.
Mr. J. C. Hallowe!!, of Leesliurg. will re
move to Hillsboro in the near future to go
into the lumber business, with headquarters
in the properly opposite Carroll A Down
ham's factory, on short street.
Rev. E. E. Holmes and wife have been
visltiug relatives and friends here for sev
eral days past. Mr. Holmes has been trans
ferred from the Cincinnati to tho Kansas
Conference, and left this week to assume his
duties in the west.
The good people of the A. M. E. Church
gave a pleasant surprise to their pastor, Rev.
Silas French, on Thursday of last week.
About one hundred and fifty were present to
enjoy the viands and other accompaniments
of the happy occasion.
A serial story for boys is begun lu this issue
of the News. The story is in three
chapters and "Highland Boy," one of our
regular contributors, is the author. The narrative
furnishes a good moral for foolish
boys who get ambitious to see the world and
"go it on their own hook."
The remains of Col. A . T. Cook, of the tit.
Charles Hotel, Columbus, were interred in
the cemetery hero last Friday. Mr. Cook
had been lu the hotel business in Columbns
for some years, and previous to lilu removal
to that city had managed the Kramer, Wood
row and Klllcott Houses In this place.
The entertainment given by tho Higourney
Society of the H. F. Cat the College Chapel
last Thursday even in g was a success in
every parliculur. Tho exorcises consisted of
recitations, reading of essays and vocal and
instrumental music, and all the participants
acquitted themselves admirably . The chapel
was filled with nn interested and apprecia
tive audience, all of whom speak very high
ly of the affair.
Mr. C. K. Moore, for many years in the em
ploy of C. S. Hell A Co. at tho foundry, died
ou Tuesday of last week after a lingering
illness. As a sober, Industrious and Intel!!
gent citizen none have anything to say limits
of him, and t he sorrowing family has the
sympathy of the entire community. The
remains were interred in the cemetery
Prospect ou Thursday, Dr. McSurely conducting
the funerul ceremonies.
The trial of Andrew Peyton, accused of
burning the C'.mser tenant house, occupied
the attention of the Mayor's Court for four
duys lahL wek. The evidence as brought
out by the State was chiefly circumstantial,
and tho defeiihc stoutly contradicted the cir
cumstances. A horse was tracked rrom the
house that was burned for some distance, lu
the direction of Peyton 's home. The Suite's
theory is that this horse was shod all round,
while the defense maiulalns that Puytun's
horse wore only three shot's at that time
The Slate Identified the shoes, and intro
duced the testimony of t he blaeliMii it ti who
shod the horse on Wednesday after the burn
ing. The 111 feeling existing between the
M isheii C louer and the f ami ly of tiiu accused
was adduced in teM liuony , and the defense's
claim was that Peyton returned through.
Careytown from his sons-ludaw, ami did
Dot pass the dormer hcuse ut ull. Peytou
was bound over to await the action of the
grttud Jury in the sum of I vh).
THE VEIL TO BE LIFTED.
J. N. is Coming to Assume All.
In a iit't'i to 1 1 fiom M art I nvv i i Ic , .1 . N .
rcf-ilii' to h is many frlntoN in It 111m
lioio. in still mil i n t n I oh that If no prnlur
wh' t " vor hi z' ven him or person it I notices
this nil given to his friends, nml ho known
only by his inlllals, J. N., the mysterious
force which Iihs been no npwtruotlve of rea
son for uiiini-.! a thl rd oT a century will be
fully inn . tered. J. N . thin Us the people of
llillsboro can v, only now assemble-, but
!. itnrg, ci: il llcoi h 3, Coluinbm, and all
other places where ho lias been treated so
k in illy , before truth had gn I nod an ascend
ency over veil and error, J. N. will lift the
veil on the I It h, in t he Court-lion so. Subject;
"Truth, and its mysteries ; or, how llttlo we
know." To sustain his cane, a very small
ad in Is don will be thankfully recolvcd.
Ladles free, and cordially invited. All for
truth, which is .1. N.'s Idol.
Mr. Al Glascock
was in H illsboro last
Mr. C. M. Overman spent several days of
tho pasl week In Columbus.
The H illsboro Hardware Company will
soon havo a telephone instrument.
Miss Emma Sweet, of Illinois, is a visitor
at the residence of Mr. J. II. Jolly.
When the night train is ou time the post
ofTlco wil 1 be closed promptly at 8 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs.J.W. Pence have returned
from Cincinnati, where they have been vis
iting. Kev. J. W. IvlHe has removed to this place
with his famly.and will make his future
Miss Janio Hoeeo arrived home Monday
night from Springfield, where she has been
Dr. Joseph Trimble, of Columbus, will oc
cupy tho pulpit of the M. E. Church next
Mr. II. S. Foraker left yesterday morning
for Stiver City. New Mexico, to visit his sons,
James, Charles and Creighton.
Tho military system has been adopted In
the Union wohonls and the pupils now
march up and down to the musical beat of
half a drum.
Full particular how you ean make from
fifty cents to two dollars in one evoniug will
be sont upon receipt of liot. stamp. Addross,
Ohio Stamp Works, Rtmhvllle, Ohio.
Tho case of the Slate of Ohio vh Nelson
Shane for the theft of a number of turkeys
and chickens from Alec. Starr, was tried be
fore Judge Dittey on Monday. Defendant
was bound over.
Mrs. Katharine Uhrlg died at the residence
of her son-in-law, Henry Sch wcinsherger
Wednesday, March 17, PHt In her7th yenr.
The remains were Interred in the cemetery
hereon the Friday following.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Campbell wish to tender
their sincere thanks to those who were so
kind and helpful during the illness of their
daughter Eydia, who departed this life on
Saturday morning, the 20th lust.
The temperance prayer meet Ing next Mon
day will bo held at Mrs. Clias. M. Harsha's,
wltli Mrs. Stevenson for leader. These meet
ings arc improving weekly, as tho women of
our town realize that it rests on them alone
to make them a success Cuiuii promptly at
three o'clock. Secketaky.
Jacob Saylor A Son are selling American
watches at from t7 to S10 each ; clocks and
jewelry equally low. A lso have received
set of Nachet's trial lenses and Snellen's test
types for determining defects of the eye.
and are now prepared to make spectaclts to
suit defective eyes. This does not interfere
with their watch repairing department,
they give this their most careful attention.
Don't fail lo call at the sign of the big watch
when you want bargains.
Saw Spring Overcoats
1 am now prepared to show a large and
elegant line of spring overcoats lu all the
new shades ranging Id prices from So to $16
Don't do without such a useful article when
it Is so cheap. Call and soe them.
I. A. FEIBEL.
Carpets and Oil Cloths.
We oiTr to the trade this season the lar
gest line and handsomest styles In Carpets
that has ever been pluced on sale in this mar
ket. As usual, oar prices are correct. Buyer
should always rcmmtr that we arc head'
quarters for Carpets. Lytle A Son.
Notice to Assessors.
Assessors of personal property in High
land county, for lNHtl, will meet at the Coun
ty Auditor's office In Hillsboro, on Monday,
the Uth day of April, lSSG,at one o'clock p
m., for consultation and to receive supplies
GEO. W. LEFEVRE,
Auditor Highland County.
Sons of Veterans.
The next stated meeting of Carson Camp,
No. IS, Sons of Veterans, will be held April
1st, in I. O. O. F.Hall. Important business
will be transacted. Members of the G, A.
are cordially invited to be present. The
Camp will open Ht the usual hour.
D.t. Mokkow, Captain
A. W. Ruks, Orderly.
At tho meeting of tho Hoard of School Ex
aminers held March Otii, ISmj, certificates
were granted as follows :
For One Year William H. Ponce, Mantle
L'huuoy, Ella F. Keelor, Sheridan Faris,
Andrew J. Matthews, Dibble Hal leu tl no,
John W. Illser, William Shelton, W. II
Hopkins, George P. Bell, Tenio Shaekeltou
C. C. IlArper, Ira T. Hooth, Newton E
Clianey, Irwtu Koush, Tillie Walker, Win.
Koush, jr., F. O. Wright, L". W. Wright. Ol
ive Sprinkle, II. F. Hrewer.
For Two Years C. F. McKee, John
Foust, Frank Poind, Milton M .Smith, Lizzie
Harrow, W. E. Koush, Kobt. C. Daialuy,
For Three Years C. C. Fount, Chilton
Puckett, J. II. Davis.
The above is correct,
E. G. SMITH, Clerk.
As tlnio rullH on ureiit cIiiuil;i'H are ttiUlntjE
pluro, ho suy our tji'iiiit nujn ; but the people
of Wllkitmvllle H.iy Unit lliu latent clinnne
tlio inurrliinn nr M r. W 111 Um liiitclier uml
MisH Li..lH (iltiHim, who wiiri) umrrliHl
the hrlile'K uncle, J. I!. Gibson, on Mureb
2:1, llj. Ill linsil'el- to the Imut luvlttitiotiH
the uut'stH muile tlu'iriippeiiiuneu at tin mirly
hour. It was u lively crowd, anil thti parlor
presented u Kay scene when at 7 p. m.
oonlructlnt! I'urtleH made their appearance,
preceded tiy tholr iilteuilauts, Homer liean
and Miss Cora Ulhaon. The groom looked
stntely In a neat suit of black, and the bride
made, a lovely appearance In snowy white.
W. N . fdaxey per fur mod the ceremony, after
w h icli a urund v up per was served. Not till
late hour did the nuesls depart, Willi many
wishes that ,tr. and Mrs. Hatcher may enjoy
u lunn life of happiness and prosperity.
"Mav any cloud thai tries to hide the shlu
I'as. (julck ly by .
Mnv sickness, sorrow, sm uud )iain
'lake w iniis and My."
Marriage of Mr. Morris Bien and Miss
Lilla V. Hart.
"Hear the tmdlo
doing Im'IN, golden
What a world of happiness thel r hat mony
At high noon on Thursday, Ihe 25th in
stant, at the residence of Governor and Mrs.
Hart, were married Mr. Morris: Illen, of
Washington, D. C, ami Miss 1,11 la V.,
daughter of Governor Hart.
The spacious parlors of tho Hart mansion
were handsomely decorated for the occasion
with beautiful flowers. On the piano was a
bank: of ninllax, in which glistened hun
dreds of fino carnations. The mantels were
covered with tulips, while between tho front
windows was suspended a large yoke of
roses and hyacinths.
The guests wore assembled and as the
clock wnschimlng tho noon hour, tho young
couple, with their attendants took their
places under the yoke of bright flowers. The
bride was attended byMitsCoraE. Hell, of
nillsboro.aud MIka Florence Khodehamel,
of Plqna, and the gloom by Mr. R. C. Mo
Kinuey, or Washington, I. C, and Mr. Ed.
Hart, of Columbus. The marriage cere
mony, which was appropriate and impress
ive, was performed b' Kev. W. J. McSurely,
nsslsted by Kev. Geo. U. lleecher.
The lovely bride has long been a favorite
lu ri illsboro society, and never looked more
beautiful or appeared more charming than
on this occasion. She was att ired in an ole
gant cream colored surah silk made ri train.
The skirt was trimmed with a profusion of
fine lace and at the corsage was a large bunch
of natural lilies of the valley. Hue woro as
ornaments diamonds and pearls. The first
bridesmaid. Miss Cora E. Hell, wa resplond
eut in a handsome Jersey silk, with drap
ings of silk gauze and lace. She wore Hon
Silene roses at the corsage. The other brides
maid wore white satin with lace, with Mare
chul Niol roses at the corsage. The groom
and groomsmen, were becomingly attired
for the occasion .
The interesting ceremony was witnessed
by about nrty of tho relatives and friends of
of the parties, who showered upon them
congratulations and expressed many wishes
for their future happiness. The wedding
breakfast was an elegant repast and was en
joyed to the fullest extent by all present.
As Mr. and Mrs. iiien were to loave on the
afternoon train many of the guests remained
to wish them "God speed," and to tiirow
after them tho good luck slipper. They will
in the future reside in Washington , I). C,
where Mr. Hioti holds a responsible position
In tho IT. H. Geological Survey. After a
short sojourn at Richmond, Virginia, and
Old Point Comfort thoy will be "at home"
to their friends at No. llnl Thirteenth street
N. W., Washington,!). C.
Among the guests present from a distance
were Mr. E. L. Hart and Mr. VanTylc,of
Cleveland, Mr. Rush Evans, of Niles, Michi
gan, and the grandmother of the bride, Mrs.
Peck, a bright and interesting lady of over
77 years of age.
We may mention that the bride received
many presents of articles of value and use,
list of which would be too long for our
Parting from Mrs. Kien her many friends
in Hillsboro arc sorry to lose her from their
midst. She takes with her their fondest
hopes that her married life may bo one of
unalloyed happiness, and that her brightest
anticipations may be realized
Paint Township Republican Convention.
The Paint Township Republicans met in
convention at the public school building in
New Petursburg, at 'Z p. m. Saturday, and
nominated the following ticket :
Justices of the Peace J. C. Ferguson, J. II.
Treasurer II. W. Roads.
Clerk J. I.Taggurt.
Trustees Joseph Karnes, John Roads, Ew
Assessor, H. P. I'. II, Harrington.
Assessor, N. P. Milton Montgomery.
Constables T. M. Ferguson, A. L. Sn tder.
Transfers of Real Estate.
J. R. Shat'wr to Solomon Holder, Ilamer
township, 27 acres, (i-13.
Allen Caloy to A'idrow Charku,IItimcr town- j
ship, 17 acres, $1,200.
E. V. Keller to John Shockcy, Clay township,
Highland county, and Green towimhip, Brown
county, 04 acres, $1,152.
Jacob Hawk to Mm. M. J. Stevenson, Hills
boro, lot, -$3,200.
Ida M. feimkins to Caroline Berry, Lynch
burg, lota, c800.
Wm. Estlo to T. L. Smith, New Petersburg,
R. A. Brown to E. S. Gray, New Petersburg,
Dora Horner to Emma Laggjns, Madison
towmdiip, 11 acres, G00.
Emanuel Young to Tilton Eakius, Ilillsbuio,
T. L. Smith to R. A, Brown, New Peters
burg, lot, 550.
Abraham Nace to P. II. Edward i. Concord
township, l acre, f 1,
E. V. Overman to W, O. Overman, Liberty
township, 100 acrea, 113 polos, $5,258.54.
Homer King to Robert Talmer, Clay town
ship, )i acre, $H3.
William Berry to Robert Palmer, Clay town
ship, )i acre, $33.33.
John A. Carter to Robert Palmer, Clay town
ship, )l acre, $33 33B
Shoritf to Ann Harris, Liberty township, a
William R. Cashatt to Daniel A. Sturr, Union
township, 2 acren, 128 poles, $300.
Jacob B. Cochau to Wm. Cochran, Salei
township, 25 acres, $700.
A. M. and E. F. Richards to John Dillon,
Hillsboro, lot, $350.
Loekhart Nelson, adm'r, to Thos. II. Nelson,
Liberty township, 208 acres, $5,2C0.33.
Loekhart Nelson to Helena L. Nelson. Liber
ty township, 152,r4' acres, $3,055.
John R. Shafur, adm'r, to Nancy McLaugh
lin, Ilamer township, 9 acres, 00 poles, $17'J.20.
Janiea M. Lawsou, adm'r, to Mary C. Tay
lor, lirusbcreek township, 111;.' acren, $l,7o0.
John C. Brown to Jen not to Browu, Union
township, 39.! acres, $1,350.
Rachel Chancy to Chun. F. Whitsler, New
Market township, 20 acres, $500.
Lint of unclaimed letters reniaiuiiiR in the
I'ost Offiue at Hillsboro, O., March Slat, l.ifl :
liowor Mrs Maria McOoweiifli Mrs A E
DickcnHon lielie Mcdoppiu Annie
Kenuer Miss Itirley Miillenii Mrs Kittie
Kratlri Mrs Julia KeatuH John
Williamson Mrs Willie
Please say advertised lettors in calling for
the above. C. T. rori, I1. M.
l'iXI.KM PATTCN -March 21st, ISsO, Ly
Hev. C. W. Ketcliam, i'Ir. Albert Kellum anil
Mitis Elizabeth 1'attou, both of Highland
HAIHIINO I1A1NS March 2:1.1, 18Mii, l,v
Rev. (,'. W. Ketchani, Mr. L. I. HarrmK, of
(.'lillhcotliB, and Mlas l.'ali.ta ltains, ol I.eos-
HATt.'IlEl! -C1IHSON -On March 23d, 1 KHI,
at tlio residence uf Mr. J. li. (iibsiin, by ltev.
W. N. Muiey, Mr. Win. W. Hatcher and Miss
J. Lizzie Gibson, ull uf Highland county.
"The best on earth" can truly be waid of
Gri'gH Glycerina Halve a Bpecily curv for
cuts, bruises, scalds, burns, wore, piles, tetter,
ami all skiu eruptions. Try this wonder
healer. 2j cent a. tliuruuteed.
THE SEAL OF DOOM
THE SEAL OF DOOM Appended to a Number of Democrats.
Lots of Liquor and Plenty of
Tberopoiter who wns deli atd from t'le
N f.ws force to w r 1 1 o n p the I t,mocrat Ic
TowtiNhlp Convention lnt Monday after
noon wore ou! a pair of shoes hunting for
the thing, and couldn't find It. Finally, In
tho bitter agony of despair, lie succumbed
to on attack of painter's colic yesterday
morning, and departed this life thusly. The
obsequies will ta.ee place from the oflicw to
morrow morning, the foreman oflleiating.
The man who afterward undertook tho task
has found that six of the faithful hastily
congregated In the Probate .1 mice's ofllen and
endorsed a slate ticket. Tho hour of that
meet ing will pas down to posterity, shroud
ed In mystery. The convention was billed
for tho court room at '1 oVlork, but the editor
of the G'fiztte who issue 1 tho call was at
that time holding court in that room, and so
it became necessary for thai august body to
convene elsowhero. Tho (r'avttc ring uave
tho Demmles the slip right royally, and the
benighted unfortunates don 't scm to realize
it yet. Tho slate ticket of the ring is hereto
Justice of the iVc -Ed L. Warson.
Trustees Chas. L. Telfidr, Jacob Ovovis,
G. W. Aiken.
Clerk Frank Koush.
Treasurer Stephen Low man.
Constables -Amos Rred , Grt til t h L. Vance,
Assessor, N. P. James Smith.
Assessor, S. P. Hruce Wlirlns.
Instructed by the experience of our la
mented associate, wo established a strict
watch over all the al leys, one horse saloons
and the Hazrtte oflico in order to prevent the
Jack o' lantern convention for tho corpora
tion from going off half-cocked. Hut the
gang was afraid to try its trick again, and so
allowed tho convention to progress in the
usmil way. of course everybody knows
what the usual way Is for a Democrat ic con
vention. Tho assemblage was called to order
by Robert Malachi Dittey, and Branson was
elected Chairman, and R. S.Wood row Secre
tary. Judge Dittey then arose with a copy
of tho (iazvtO- in his hand, read the call and
made some remarks which may be appro
priately classed under Ihe head of tn n-rin.t
d'-suefudr. At this point Hob Murphy movwd
to nominate George Rlmadcs by acclama
tion, but Branson told him they couldn't do
it. After some minutes had been spent in
parley Ing and mon keying, Branson declared
the nominations in order, and quite a num
ber were made. Following is tho list: For
Mayor, E. L. Warson, Smith Creed; Sealer
of Weights and Measures Jacob Schllly;
Marshal, George Rhoadcs; Members of L'oun
cil, (.'has. Ttman, Michael Gorman, J. D. W.
Spargur, K. T. Hough and J. W. Pence. For
City Solicitor numerous candidates were pro
pose! and immediately withdrawn. Among
the names suggested were John A.Collins,
J. C. Parks, Win. Lytic, Ilamer Hogsett and
E. M. Dellrnin. All withdrew, but it looked
for awhile as if t he avalanche of honors w re
about to descend on tho resisting head oT
Capt. E. M. DoBruin. The Captain moved
that the oflico bo abolished, and emphatic
ally refused to serve, and still tho villain
pursued her. Finally somebody thought of
II. A. Shepherd, and that gentleman, not
being present, was nominated. For School
Board, O. S. Price, Marion Inskeep, B. K.
Shlpp, Peter Brown, E. M. Deliruin and J.
M. Hibhen were simgoMed. Tho polls were
closed at : o'clock , but the votes were all in
long before that timo. Following is the cor
poration ticket :
Mayor E. L. Warson.
Clerk Frank Koush.
Treasurer Stephen Lowman.
Sealer of Weights nnd measures Jacob
Marshal-Geo. W. Rhoadcs.
Members of Council Chas. Utman, J.D. W.
Spargur and Miehael Gorman.
Solicitor H . A. Shepherd.
School Hoard J. M. Hibhen, Peter P.rown.
March 24th, 1886.
Considerable of out 3 sown.
Wheat sown in heavy land badly frozen out.
Candidates for township offices too numer
ous to itemize.
Elder J. V. Ruble will preaeh at the Chris
tian Church next Saturday night and Sabbath.
Protracted meeting in nrogrcHS at tho M. F..
Church by liev. Briygn. One addition up to
The Uuford schools closril on the 13th inst.
with the grandest time ever had in the schools.
A grand dinner was set in Min Duvall'B room.
The afternoon exercises consisted of declama
tions and dialogues, and vocal and instrumen
tal music. Mr. C. C. Koust was presented with
a very nice lamp by his pupils and Miss Duvall
with a beautiful pair of vases, by her pupils.
air. roust and Miss Duvall deseryegreat credit
for their labor in advancing the bcliool to its
John Starr, an old and highly respected citi
zen of this place, was found dead in his bed
on tho morning of the l'Jih instant. Hid
funeral was preached by Kev. Briggs, at the
residence of his son, T. M. Starr, alter which,
ho was interred in Uih liuford Cemetery.
Brother Starr was born in Virginia, January
'20th, I8U0, and moved to Highland county
when lie was Bix years old. Hit has beon a res
ident of this township 47 ycara. In tho early
part of his life, ho united with tho L'nitid
Brethren Church, hut was a Presbyterian in
belief. His friendly greetings no nmro we will
meet 011 earth. He has gone w here no -tottering
steps are trod. One by one we part ou
earth to meet in heaven.
March 27, 1886.
Joe Cohn was in the city last week laying in
his stock of goods.
Miss Allie Clark was vibiting friends in Lees
burg the past week.
Mrs. Jessio Larkin yiaited relatives in Hills
boro over Sunday,
Miss Juiinie Barrett, of Bainsboru, visited
B. B. Barrett recently.
F. L. La. id has moved into Luuis Hookiu
property on IUilroa.1 street.
Wm. Hos was in the city last wot k laying in
their apriug stock ot goods.
Miss Anna Brown, of New Vienna, was vitdl-
ing friemis hero the past few days.
Misses Maggie and Mattio Bernard, ef New
Vienna, were tho quests of Mrs. Josie Bogers
last t rnlay.
The uuw livery sUbU and barber shop aro
looming up, and will make a line addition
Walter McPhe- sou. afttr several weeks at the
Medical Just it uti at Indianapolis, returned Utt
Wedntsday, somewlnit benetited.
Died -On Thursday, March 25tli, Mrs. June
Hvferd, wife of Wm. Syferd, ageit -I t years.
Her remains were interred in Pleasant Hill
Cemetety Friday. Shu leaves a husband and
two or three children.
Several of our citizens were called to Lees
burg hint Wednesday as witnesses in case of
T. McClure vs. Win. Boss, for the value of
lot of goods taken on a debt. Mr. McClure re
ceived one cent damages.
Marrud Oil Saturday evening, March iHh,
lKMi, at the residence of James Hwinhhulni, Mr.
Frank Turner, of Dallas, to Miss Lena Groves,
Esquire Leroy Kelluy oiticiating. Mav joy and
happiness attend them is our w inh.
Ou last Friday night week a crowd of colored
folk from the Gest Setttleiuutit Citine to tins
town and visited John Sweetmun's place, look
ing fur a colored man of this place whom they
wanted to do up. They entered tho place with
drawn revolvers coiuwaled under their coats.
When the proprietor discovered them he went
bvhuid tin counter and brought out a gun and
ordered tliein to vacate, which they did without
RAINSBORO. March 27th, 1886.
t:e I, f
. l.ivm I'ro.
l 11 J" ' dy
1 1 , I Iida
ind ip u
uii id V w p.
Mr. and Mr-
t' 'ion i I
Konh I'i'ed n- wi ll pt" corn and rial
d;.:it in I'.i'.nt lo'.vn-h;;i UiM -j rili','.
nl u ti-
J. H. H-iid nnd wife, of Cvnhut
giiiHj.4'i' 1 1 ii n U hi.'!'.- m 'jiiuird
Willie nnd Charlie L' mi, ol 1
were upon our tn;' N the f ro
rt of last
. . k.
Prof. II. I;. Pirn U and wife, id" New Le
ton. visited iii'-mN hcic hut 'utniday
Mm y Tmuis.-hd r"ld her Iimihi 1i.M t-!b
piihiic sale on WiMliuxhiy, pn para'.ory to
gnUin to (iniianu.
mal lH lit
Thnniaa Miller cHig!it a h i--in
Hot k y l'irk. ni'i'.r John 1'ul-t
tlmt weighed ii .j pounds.
Mr S-m ford i'.irl a. or Va.i
.Kvoniplifhf d drtughte-, M i
J t i 1:. ;. .
ii. 1 Ii: r
the gui-Mth ol fi iends Jp re Sablauli ;u:d ?lon-
Airs. Hen i y li'-t ; r tiod h'.n. Hat ry, :d t.rt
cd tor Lexington, Ky.. Wednesday, win-re they
will "peiiii nonie days in vir-iting friends and
locking alter Home mat orH of bn.iine?'.
Wiliii'in l''P. one of the lidding fmnn rsof
I'luinh linn, hvin:; a few miles Mint ol town,
bus been quite siek for H( a- nil days with bat
little signs of improvement up to thhi tune.
Dr. Kims If olmen, of II i!Irdinn, pantMl
through here Thursilav, going to vi.-it lus
luother-in-hiw, Will in in Clybnrn, ienr Paint
V. ()., who has bf 'U on the k lint for some
"J. NY' assumed thu pierine and lifted tho
veil to a large audirneo XueHdny night. On
Wednesday he visited the f'hoois ruid talked to
tho children and tried to flutter the teaelH.iH as
lie does elsewhere.
Tho new iron fonc! donated to the M. I'.
Parsonage by. J. H. Bonds, of Chiliieotlif, is
biing put no bv John Curev and the pastor,
liev. C. J. Wolfs. It will greatly arid to thu
appearance of the parsonage property.
A train of eight coaches liadd down with
bono du.d, calm; in Friday evening ami unload
ing near the renter of town, creating a Mi neh
isutik'iently strong, for a time, to cans" thu
sensitive to hold their mwi while pushing.
Messrs. Edward and H. Ti. Garrett contem
plate Mat ting south next Tue-day, Tin ir ob
jective point is K no xvj He, Tunner-ve". They
are among the rising young men of thii vicin
ity and we bespeak for them iueouss wherever
they may go.
Thomas Ferguson, of Fast Main ,-troet, a
veteran td' tlio late wi'.r. hits been kindly re
membered by Fin-le Sam iu a pension amount
ing to something over one thousand dollars.
There aro other deserving soldi, r in this re
gion and eKvv. hero whosu turn, we trust, may
A few days iii'-r as Mrs, Sarali Divrns and
mother and tlin u ehiMrrn w rn returning
home from town tin ir hor-e hi-eain fractious
just beyond the n-iiih ncn f (). B. Bhoades
and upset tiie veincle and -Jpilied thei'i all out
in thu road but lort unately none of them were
seriously hurt. Tiic vehii.'le. howi-vi r. was
badlv w reeked.
RAINSBORO. March 27th, 1886. PRICETOWN.
March 29th, 1886.
th;r villa-go proof ;,g,und, strik s. We
have plenty of l.ibr but no knights.
J he Misstj i-ans. ivittie and l.iieii, are now
at home aftui' tsevral months' absence.
T!ie X('W Lights have changed tl
lu.lding their pruyt r meeting-)
to Saturday niglit.
Henry l.ariseli taken uji his abedo in
property lie longing to .1. B. I ,ims, a sb-i t di-i-taiicv
suiith of tiiis village.
Our genial uteichant, Joim McConnaugln v,
is doing a good business at, this point. John
always lias a ehet ring siuile for all, and it? pre
pared to furnbh yuu widi anyilim in his line
at living rates.
Dr. Dellass i-; a iull-il. dg. d ho;i-ckf elJer,
and seems if p i.-.bie, more jovial than l'ur
merlv. There is nothing liki Iniing a factor in
that combination whieh makes two one. We
speak from experience, and we womU r most
that tiie Doctor was ho long in solving the
Mr. Isaac T.andcss ncently purchased d'
Jack Trimble, of t)in H :Ii City, a tine sinllion,
paying therefor tl "0. manifestly the d an-M.
and best piece of horseile.sh ever 'brought w ith
in t iie comi nes ol' Sah in. A few dnys ago C.
P. Sanders bought a half interest in thy an i
11 1 .!. Last Fiuhiv evening his spirit pasted
ovt r into th-' happy hunting ground, wi; li no
assurance t!iat it would ever he reunitid wiOi
the body. Mr. Sanders wont to ILlNborn after
a veterinary, hut eru he returned lifo was ex
tinct. Various ojiinjons havo bten expressed
as to t lie cause of his death. Some nr.; in
clined to believe that poison was administered,
but beyond conjecture all is wrapt 111 mystery,
March 20th, 1886.
Farmers busy plowing, anil sow ing oats.
W. IL Pen 11 silent a part of t lit past week
near Cynthiana, on bu-ines.
The firm of Kue cdler. Bro leu A- Co. shipped
several car loads of hogs last week.
School commences to-day, Monday, under
the management uf Mr. Sellers, of near Green
field. Sam Simmons and wife were tlio gutsta e.f
T. N. Wain, of near New Mariiusburg, last
Will Bees, who wo mentioned last week as
being very low with typhoid fever, is improv
Tiie Popo Brothers were running their saw
mill last week. Tiny have had ipiite a number
of logs to saw this run.
Levi Beed and Thos. Skinner were woiking
at the carpenter trade near .Vauntou, Fayette
county, tho patt week.
On the move-Henry Samp-on, of Cliilli
cothe, to tiie Lh'Hiemus farm, ib nry William
son to tho Dickey farm.
Jamn Duiiu 11 so hi olV part of his personal
property last Tuesday at public auction.
Stuck of all classes sold well.
John Jenkins and wife were vUiting in
Fayette county laa week ot Mr. Mead's, the
guest of their daughter Fanny.
Jan. Streets took his match team ot hors. s
Washington to soil them, but the price oliered
did uut suit James, and he brought tinm
Shkrman Zimmerman and J. W. Penn,
this place, start for Lebanon to-day, Muelav,
to attend t ht; spring term of the Normal School
at that place.
FAIRFAX. March 27th, 1886.
Measles raging, in the neighborhood.
Jus. Smart wears a broad .-mile-it's a boy.
Nrv;d Buhcnls returned home la.-t Monday.
Mary Jauu Stuiu expLc;s to g,t a pension
Mr. Jack Hurper, td" Bi rryville, w as 011 our
streets lust Tuerday.
Many of our young 1111 n have left this spring
to look fur summer woik.
The entertainment at Calvary Chinch la.-
Thureday night was a success.
T. W. BoIm rds will attend the North Liberty
Normal School tho Ouining term,
Oats about all sown. There is ii larger acre
age sown this year than common,
Charley Bdfc has bought l:t." acn s of tin
Tener farm. Charley lit a go.ul ri.:ghbor.
Lewis Bobuei; L'ft this Heck for Blooming
ton, 111., to engage 111 agricultural pursuits.
Candidates are plentiful this spring, but Lew
Webster says he w ill bu eatiied if he can get
to bo Supervisor,
G. F. Dickey has purch.isid a team tdiiee his
school clostd, ami will go to woik on the laim
he recently bought.
Mesars. Jacob and Dynes Tenor, of A lams
county, were in our vicinity the -ejd and 'M
binoiu.s couuecttd with their tarm.
Tho In -it of our w inter schools cIom d Friday
in the Lyio District, taught by Mir-s F.llu l'em'
plin. Shu h-avt'M a host 01 fiu-uds, who wir-
her hiiceess 111 future inids of labor.
Now that pring has opened up wo think
highly iieeennaiy that our l urupikv) Commis
sioners jog up tho contractors and tini.ih
our turnpike. Wo should have had it Uni-dud
last tail, but wa. dibappoiutt d, and now let
remember there is no time like the pre-ci.1.
March 27th, 1886.
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, I Ik
lit i .. Ht
, i-- raj ! 1 ! y i:e i ea-i
-S .ft -if i-MMth. Of
in t 1:m eity, vim tin'.; ,'ir- W. I i. Molt-r.
4A Sii" 1 1 inii !h r is ht il I I ing very low wi'.ii
impt lon.wit h vi i y ii: t le hopM id' i covt i v.
w M ii k''M. of Vin,'i nis, is here vi-dt ing thr
niv i.l .Mr. i;
iiiiir. iu South St
Hi; ii I.
I'm II Irt
!n i: ut
ihiw riitniiii; intn
thirty i-riits i'T
.f Ian! r
k the Ci'i'i
; :it clay li
: m chili v.
j .ic Ji;ny
r m t) nnt, Ti rv
iTinn'lii'i nf l.n--iiH
Mr. Ja.-nli .Ton, n
lili;'. CilUHi'll l v il
i,- hi . nr ..';.
3'mmi IIiimIh I.d'i
null lull nf lllt wi
niv run ii h liin licii'l
i v vevt.!'!' 1 . .il (in thi'
li. r i. lil
me and voting ladv friend
Mr. Ad lisoTi Fr-d.ins h.M so far recovered
from a Heeond severe atlaek of fever, as t( be
able to walk around on pleasant days.
!!: v, Mr. Monti'-'inery, a rising young minis
ter of enn, ( Moo, (Ti aehed morning and
evening at the F. J'. Church in this place, last
Mr. Fd Miller, Jr., a
., whs In 'lite on a va-M
Milton Fullerton, a btu
't'ld si' at Delaware,
i' n lai-t wi ek, and M r.
enL at. the same place,
was also hoiiu .
Mr. Jauu s Masey k y s he is stilla candid ito
for Mur-dial of (ireentield, and has not with
drawn from the rHv as reported by one or two
uf thu either candidates.
John Ke'.iey, the in ws ag'-nt. if ynu have
noticed, has bc-i 11 lor a tew days Htrpping
aiiotit six iie'lits liight r than usual. A ne w
hoy baby id his lioue put the new hfo in him.
Mr. Mitch Line s lms become a very pleasant
man tunee ho rngng' '1 in the butcher business.
Ho has an S10 smile for evr-rv one, but espec
ially fir tho- who look like they wanted to
buy some beef.
Mr. S. F. Brattin is out as candidate for
Mayor of Greenfield, and Mr. C. C. AUema"r
is candidate for Marshal nf Grpentield. These
two candidates" aro both new eme-s addled to tho
long li.d of spring candidates.
Now did you see that eleven by fourteen
mile on Joe Lowe's countenance all lat week V
Weil, it was there: ami you wonder what was
the eau-e. Well. I can tell you iu just a word
or two: It's a girl baby and he is pa.
Tha new tiro company met at tho council
chamber on hint Monday evening for organiza
tion. Mr. Janus Lowe was chosen Chief. Mr.
W. T. Parker A-siMant Chief. Mr. John Harri
son Captain, Mr. Kd McCoimick Assistant
The revival nu t ting at ihe colored M. F.
Church, which has been in progress for several
weeks past, eloped on hist Sunday evening.
Se .ral new no inborn gathere d trom tiie sintul
world were addtd to the flock during the
On last. Tuesday evening. March 2:Id, Mr.
Wiliii'.m Coiif-er and Miss Nettie Shingie, both
of this place, wt-i" bound togethe r in tho holy
tics of wediock. 'ihe ceremouy was performed
by Bi V. H. 1. Crtwhers, at thu First Prebyter
i;'.n parsonage in this city. t
Tlir Mi-.-ionary Socit ty of the M. F. Church
v, ill hold their yearly public, mi e ting at the M.
Chur:'h, on the evening td' the F!rh td'
April. The exercises vviil consist of mu?ic ami
a general report 01 the pa-: year s work. Ihe
reciiviug tf new memliers into tho society will
be another battue ed' the evening's exorcists.
Mr. Albert Maokeriey, a young attorney of
this place, has bi en appointed postmaster at
fini-nheld, to take the place of Mr. B. C. Kin
kta l, who as an honest Bepnbiican, has served
the people as P. M. for moro than twenty
years acce p table and w ell. His past olhcial
career in -oils no comment, as all knew him to
Mrs. P. tsey Murray, eu agt d w idow lady of
thn place, died on last Friday night in tho
Mth year td' her age. Her death was not the
rtsult of any particular disease, but just
seemed that the body was worn out with old
ag '. Her death was not unexpected, as she
had been very feeble lor a long time. The
funeral will take place tin Monday afternoon,
the IMtii, from the residence on South Second
B. v. ( 1. W. KelUy, pastor of the M. F.
Church, and family, spent a portion of la-t
wci k and ho-t Sabbath visiting friends in Ind-
una. Lev. B. Story, of this place, lilh-d the
M. K, 'Ulp:t iu Mr. l.eliey's ubence. and B-v.
S. D. Crothers. pa-tor of the Fir-T Presbyter
ian Church. )Meaclit tl the nuieral sermon of
y l.-s Ssdin Ihiiuns. at three o'elotdi last Sunday
at tho M. F. Church, very kindly liliin;; the
pulp-it in Mr. keiley's abeiice.
Mh rried -On last Weilnesiiav. the 'Jlth inst.,
bv Kev. Frank Gillilan. td' Buinbiulge, Dr. V.
11. W1U011 and M;-s Margartt Frye, both of
this place, 'i ho wedding was solemnizejd at
t he resilience of tho bride's parents on West
South street, at precisely 12 o'clock noon.
Alter tho umuU congratulations the company
was invited to the dining room, where a line
dinner was spread. A few hours after the
ceremony the Doctor and his young bride
started on a tour through the South. In their
rountb" they will visit New Orleans, am) will
return here in about two weeks Tho Nkw
man extends congratulations.
I he appointment of Mr. Albert Mackerley to
be postmaster of Greentieid does not set m sat
isfactory to a great minority of the Democrats
hero. Many of them aro very wrathy and are
not hiding iu tho corner to express their opin
iou. From appearances just now Mr. Macker
ley will not have smooth sailing through bin
otlicial life. The Democratic waters are indeed
much troubh d, Jut how tho trouble will end
none can tell, but we would suggest a good
plan to settle the whole thing quickly and sat
isfactorily. Let t ho pleased and displeased
come together and compromise the matter by
agreeing to retain Mr. B. C. Kinkead in the
ollieo. He is a Bepnbiican v.o know, but that
matters nothing. Ho has the ability ami ex
perience to run thu tubou just 1 ight. Now
what nay yuu
A tdiooting mutch was held here la-t Friday
at tho Fair Giound, betv.een eight men nf the
gun club 11 this place, and eight fmni Wash
ington C. H- Tho day was about as favorable
as could le deortd, and the men ull steppe-d
the lino of lireing with as much confidence as
though success all depended on their vvrk,
but m this content as in all others erne side
nuird ie the winner, both can not gain the
honors. In tins match tlio Washington bens
proved a httie too lynch for tho homo team.
From their shooting it was evident that thev
had done considerable practicing, while our
boys had sadly neglected this ta.-eiitial part,
and tho consequence was they w-uo downed.
Some of tho homo tain had not tired a gun
but two or three times since lant tall, and t lit 1 r
lihooting plainly fchowud they were in need of
practice. Tho following is the individual
-core, each member having twenty-one shots,
tho Washington club coming to the traps lirst :
Washington Club-John Schum 12 out of 21
shots. GeorgH Smith 11. C. C. BeatuiHii ". J.
A. V anvil Id, W. C. Stephens U. F. 11. knot!
Id, J. P. Kobinsoli 1 1, N. Gregg 11. Total lOS,
oreeiilield Club-J . P. Lowo 11. Fuv Baldwin
U. Granvillu lhe.1 It, John M. Wad Ull 12. Dal
Lldrick 17. John ( usliis 1 i. W. W. llwrll.
lack Ptutt r Hi. Total :H. It will be r. adily
seen by e Aamiuing this score, that tho Green
field team did r shoot up to their record for
the want ot etioe, while thu Washington
tt am la at tin i ht-t season's record bv several
Tn'oi-e,' i'iin.i-r iiptioiuti d asnini u of N
J. Shoemaker. Ilond r 1 J.nutl.
J. M. Ilibbdi. lA.rutiir ,.f the estate
".I., a ti. Muitli, tiiid lirst account.
estate of A
'It '"UllS ll'.U (if till
tiled lirst account
St. M. Strain, uuardiau of the estate of John
Collins, tiled una! accumit
Michael Winkle, adin'rof the estate of Adam
V. ltidki v, lllid lirst and liual account.
Win. Hurt, in sent tu Asylum for thu Insane
at Alliens, I).
J. N. Knauer. ex'r of the estate of r.Uen Mo
Ciow ti. tiled Hlllpl. niental T inventory.
Will of I'.liz.ibetli June Shi.ctnilliel' adlllittl d
K. (i. D.-atriKlit. adm'r of tlio estate of N.
M. I'rniston, liliu tirst and tinr.1 account.
llvrou Murphy, adm'r of the estatu of C'aa
per .Mitiphv, tiled lirst account.
Hurruig and Calista Hailis.
Morris Iiien and l.iila V. Hart.
1.. J. Hathaway and I. (lev J. Knhuck,
.Iol.lt Mc'iowu and Kebetva Setly.
It. t . t lurv and l;ridt;et Dooiiiy.
liU'-b Wilkin and l.iunia IIiiikuiiiki:.
I,-' V. :, I.
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n i v (i n 1 1 .ii
II II II II IHl U'""l '- U I I I'll . I 111' pr. I MM l v (R
Hi I'll III III.' Wi .! I'lnl llf W II I II III Mil I 'l .lilli
in-ImM li.r.'il !i,r... in ii,,. town A',lv Id
Jah I. A w l: INI II, SlU III 1 1 T Mllfi
LOT fur onlv 8l,li.n.
si 1 cl . two (iiii re.i f r I
' "f utiiiiit tn roii 111 s a I
cistern , stable and nt i t
nil 1 tin 1 1 1 i n ir- Al
pi v to Turner hi rrs or t.
. K.ic-i, tl.elf AMi.rliey,
II 1 11- Immo, I Ihio
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r ) 11 In
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i il li my inline
1 1 '" I n ily 1 "H'liiili il
nlti .' or my t.ue.
i.ui. . lion r.Ki
'OTICK I he M'l mi;
1111 ot the M Hum j
.1 111 open Api'
.elve Weeks. , I
t'rniL"( -N..1 in.il ..in
J." Ii, Ii., 11 nd Ci 1 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 .- hi.
t he ii'u.'i I and lusher hiaiirl
.-. n.nir.l ,1
llli-e I, Mli
.. , I!, led :l
1 pal for ci (
l'lnti, ten il.illiirs in n.lwiiic
l.i.l.'i. tl.lee ,1 ,! it i.',-k.
hn lilile ro.illi r. lit. lii.l.t, . Ic
pupl.s only. A'ldics the pi ini
K'Hir .1, si.mi-i.i;. .Mineral
pl iliK, (). I
I IL first liivnic) of eiiihroldorles lin-l
ust 111 ai veil . .New snrliii; slvles. loini
11 nd sccllicin. s. Jl 1 iin A Son. I
1 l('.i:i)s ,v into, urn s. liiiu Kooi.l
V ciieatier than over kii.wn I
1 M II AKDS
Il no, n re mnk I ng o i
i t prie
. Snj.eyj'j worth tf Dry ood-!
e-v,t Kipei-t,( "ion k Kami Shaw I - c
rvery one to soe bofore tlio j
Hint will pn;
I Ol- AMI 1 II I N K Muve nn ii,., l , ,
' - . i . Kei i V S ll..l.H (if .VI'IV kill':
fmni hunk nipt vtncUs? 1 1 vi. ust recei vec.
ii lot (if line ii.o.s fr. nil u r.irce.l sn In in Cnv
iin;t(iii, Ky., wincli I will positively eitlieit
1 nr n 1 ni.e-t e i e iiwiiy t,y MnyNt. ('.iln.
uml see me. It will cust yoii nut h 1 lit- tnileil
Nkws oltici. . 1
rpn Y a pa i r of nur Knur Hut ton Dollur K 1.1;
1 til.ivev New iot in nvMuted tun ciihir.-i
S. K. il IHIIKN it; Sun.
March 27th, 1886.
r'atni, r.-i l.tny ploinp; fur corn.
MiiiH Katy McCuln; is improving slowly.
Thu lnei tiiii; Ht Mt. Olivet is still in pro-rens,
conducted by Hev. C 'ruwfonl.
Sonio little chiuiKO U liein ma.lo nt this
place. Mr. C. Ai'lior lias bought the property
of Mr. Alex. Starr, ami evpectd to move, there,
noon ; Mr. Starr has bought a farm one mile
HuuthivcKt of ijliiirpsvillr, i f 'J', J. Hatcher,
anil expects to moe noon.
The value of tliiuiht can not be tohl. Just
en with the bcHt. of i-vervt lii iifj. Take Dr. Bik
elow s I'nsitive Curo for all throat ami aug
troublcH. if you spprtciiitr a sie-.y anil thor
ough euro. I'leasaut tu take. !M cents and i 1.
March [...] 1886.
arc -ilsy suiiin.j oats.
L'ucle Daniel GrilUtli is still lingering.
J. li. Kelly, of
Sinkinc; Spring, waH pitni-
rnoue,! ln re to the bedsi.le
John Kelly, last Saturday.
i 1' Ins sick father.
Daughters of Job Ilaiiih mid Y. I.. Dunl.in
are i mtf i !y with piii uninnia. Dr. Holm, s,
"f HilNb"ro. .,s call'd to c.Misuit with Dr.
(,ia.-u;o'.v in the Jjunkin ca-c iii'-t Saturday
Tiie third .jiiartirly mc-Iiitx -r Ilclfa-t cir
uit will be hi Id here April loth and lltli.
1'i aisiin will be lues, nt l'ndav niidit
and Saturday, and Kev. J.
I . l.oy.1, of Ihlls
nii;ht and Sundav.
burn, will be here Saturday
Do as You Please
When you piiase to do riKht; and you will al
ways do thr proper thine, in taku.i; Dr. l!n;e-lov.-'s
I'nsitive Cure for eouj;hs, colds, and all
throat and hit diseases, l'leiisant to take
tiilciirespee.lv. 1 rial bottle free of W. I:,
luitti A Co.
March 25th, 1886.
a new barn.
Miss Anna Uelt.: han lettirncd home liuei
New Yh una.
.1. I'. Moser f-iive a candy partv on lust Wel
ti! sday niKht.
Kd M. li".-' . is. who has been atti iidiin.'
the Mtd.c.il C'uui iie in Cillciiltiati. is at. lioiin-
j. I-. i:,
.:s and da'.lKhter. l iny, who have
i. k lor several weeks, are conva-
bi en ,m;t
lilenli l'nrst. uburL'. r has s.-curi.l a nosition
in a book store in Hili-boro and will spend the
ili.-s Mdllie Euverard ami Will Iiuli v fur-
tiishcd some excellent music at the cluse of
the schools at tins piace and Maple drove.
Char'ms Collins moved from Martinsville to
this place lust we. k. He occupies tlio house
ate. I by . N. Smith, and has set mi a har
ness shop in the store room.
Griggs' Glycerine Salve.
Tho preat wonder healer lia no eoual for
cuts, bruises, scald, burns, wounds, and all
other sores; will positively cure Diles. front
ites. tetter and all akin cruptioni. Satisfac
tion or money refunded. '2b cauts. Got the
best of W. It. 'Smith A Co. lv
March 17th, 1886.
Tho (jrntviii!; wheat is making a line start.
John Nuyler was here this week buying stock.
Mr. John Armstrong is mill on the sick list.
Moviiii,' is tho order of the dav. Henry Storer
has moved near New Vienna, j hos. Nuylor to
his brother's, fiirtn in lirowu county, Mr. Had;;
ley to S. pure Will,iu's property.
A very lare crop of oats has been sown, and
the indications now arc that an extra larc,e
crop of corn will be planted. Owinj; to the
low prices, very little tobacco w ill be put out.
Since, wo ,t inform and a channel it is r.i
mat ki d that change iH very scarce iu the pock
ets of fiiruii rs and laboring men. l'leaso tell
u a where it has K"lie since reform took place
Uur taxes huvu ri formed hi re for tiie last live
years from ten to hf'teeii nulls on thodollar, ox
eiclnsivo of turnpikes, and. in many casus,
township oliicers are l;cU ,nn more money fin
l. ss wot k than tin y did then. Assessors have
charged as histh as s.;, when it has been done
foriil. and can and should be done for ioo.
Now. would it not be well for those who have
to pay the tuxes to "look u leedle oud" this
sprilic; for their own interests, and tint take
men lor otiice whose w hole aim is boodle, and
care nothing for those who bear the burden '
March 29th, 1886.
Mrs. Dear. I moved
from this place to he
pn pet ty at 1 uii vu w last iiu sduv.
Mrs. Do, luer is visiting In r son 1'hiiip and
daughter, Mrs. l'lank Ludwick, at Newport,
Mrs. Cluto:i attended the funeral of hi r
brother, Mr. Moore, at li;illoro lat 'Ihuts
dtiy. Jimmiti Cluxton entertaiiii 1 otiito a number
of his friends lard Wednesday evening, in tho
way of a tally puilniKi t heme; his thirttMiih
Georei 11 art, v lio w as repot led ick hts-t
week, tiled la-t Muudny oveuin. His remains
were intoned in tho. Murrell (;iaveyard tit
I.ynidibur W etlnenday.
MUs J!!U llrown returned homo lar-t Satur
day, after spending seveial wuths with Mr.
James lbouii and Mrs. Jnsoph JUUtiold, of
New I'eterhbuiK, aud Mis. W. G. .swedrumeii.
j near Greentieid.
lsitors 10 this place hud week Here jlr. ami
Mrs. Itmia Troth, of l.yindibui, ilrs. l lmfc
Arnett and daughter Lizie, ol New Maikct,
Mrs. (.amide. Mis. Hodhon. Mrs. 1'. ,S. Lu.Uiu
and baby, of liilNhoro.
Mr. N. Woollas has beon appointed aent uf
the i'ho'iiix luaiirauco L'o., ol llurifurd, G-uui.
Ho will uiaUo a fpcoialty in iiikUiin lauu
property ami paying loiieUtnity auiimt hie.
hhtniUr,', anil e clones.
'I'he oitieers and t. achats of tho Sundav
School met at the church IIiuimUv niht and
elect l the following otii. t rs : Kev. S'. N .
NiHXtv, Supt.; Ms 1 1. MitUke-r, AmmI. Supt.;
Albert liinloti. Setfy; (i. K. J'Uite, '1 rraaurer;
Gasper Mclianiel and Snas Hart, I abrai ian;
John Mitev, (.'rKanist: ami Misties I'.clle he-lt-i-and
Murie G i ani;- r, Ghoi -ntg i a.