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FOB A FASHIONABLE SPIT OF CLOTHES, CALL ON
Offleel Iof&rd Building, W. Mtin St.
'The elrealatlon of a newtpaper deter
mine! the ralne ot.ltt columns as an ad
vertising medians. The NEWS-HE11ALD
tint by f n the largest circulation of nnjr
paper In Highland county, which fact ad
vertisers would do well to bear In mind.
Our lists are open to their Inspection.
WANTED-10,000 lb. Soft
Soap and 2,000 lbs.. Lard, unfit
for family use.
J. 8. ELLIFRHZ & CO.
Judge A. U. Matthews still remains sr.
. MJstss Ina and Uarlrude Fenner have re
' Hbt Marae Dak, of Monmouth, III'.. It
ivisltlDg relatives here.
flffryrii) .ItcCo, off Cincinnati, spent Bun.
Iss Clara Evans, of Greenfield, visited
relatives In this plaoe last week.
A! refined entertainment for the benefit of
i the ladles at Moslo Hall, Wednesday, April 7.
- - -
A Howe truss bridge Is being constructed
near the Fair Grounds to be used on the nar
Hiss Amelia Wetmore, of Oakland, Cali
fornia, Is visiting her mother and brothers
, Miss Jessie 8ml th returned home on last
Thursday evening, after a week's visit with
Jprof. Molerand wife to Greenfield,
i , m
Mils Ora Brown, of Mew Vienna, sptnt
;Thurslay,and Friday of last week here, the
guest of Misses Lydla and Jessie Ambrose.
Taylor Green Cbas. White and Master El
drldge In their very laughable specialties at
Muslo Hall, Wednesday evening, April 711).
Mr. Robert Q. Roads, of Kansas City, Mis.
sonti, arrived in Hlllsboro last week for a
short visit to friends and relatives In this
The Missionary Society of the Presbyterian
Church will hold a mite seciety at the resi
dence of Mrs. Frank Klbler Friday evening.
All are Invited,
.The temperance prayer meeting will be
held next'Monday at Mrs. W. H. Gregg's,
led by Mrs. Maggie Gregg. Come promptly
at 3. Secretary.
Miss E. Grand-Glrard returned Monday
vonlng from Portsmouth, where she had
been spending a few days with Mrs E. P.
Pratt In the recent sad bereavement of the
Our citizens will bave the opportunity of
seeing a arst-class burnt-cork show next Sat
urday evening. The organisation stands
Ver high In tho theatrical world, and de
Jllss Kat OConnell has romoved her
dress-making' establishment to the room
above, Matthews grocery, on High street,
where she will oe pleased to see all former
natrons' and others desiring work in her
'Squire W. T. Sta- forth Is held for -two
charges of embezzlement, and his case has
been set byMasor llarroan for,belOtbjP;
ABt Two Weeks ago be was arrested on the
affidavit of John Bales for the embezzle
ment of 110,' and on Tuesday of last week he
appeared to answer a similar charge for the
nm,of S182,oo the affidavit of Alexander
Pockett. Btanforth gave ball for his appear
ance In the sum of 800. '
Rev. Thomas Head.. a well known local
Methodist preacher,. died at his home In
Balnbrldge, on Wednesday, March 31st, In
the 72d yesr of his age. ' Through long years
of usefulness he had made a large circle of
acquaintances, wbloh now monrns the loss
oi one who 'died In the blessed hope of 1m
mortality. The remains were Interred In
the cemetery here, from UbeM. E.-Charch,
on Friday rooming at 11 o'clock. ,
iaeob Baylor ,Vk Son are selling American
Watches at from 17 to 110 each ; clocks and
Jewelry 'equally low. Also have received a
stqf, Ntcbet's trial lenses and Snellen's test
types for determining defeots of the eye.
aod,are now prepared to make spectacles to
suit defective eyes. This does not Interfere
wto 'their watch repairing department, as
.Usy give this tbslr most careful attention.
'Don't fall to call at the sign of the big watch
whtn you want bargains.
j".'Hailowe 11 has sold 'bis lumber, grain
BjoVimplemtntbuslness.to Messrs. William
LeaVerton'and Mont M liner, two of onr
most aalsrprlslng and popular young men.
MjvHallowell will locale In Hlllsboro, and
entbsrk'ln tbe lumber trade. We are sorry
to lose Joe, but wish blm success in bis new
v suture, but most sincerely hope that be will
shortly return tooarvlllage.as we need iucb
enterprising and go-a-baad ,sntn as be to
make our town prosper.- What Is our loss Is
surely ' Hlllsboro's gain, Leetburg 'Buckeye.
Tbe sermon preached by Dr. Jos. Trimble
at tbe M. E. Church last Sunday was clear,
forcible aud eloquent.1 The lesson was from
the obotce of Mossa 10 preferring to go with
his' own people Inio tbe brick-yards as a
slay-e rather than appear In princely rai
ment as the son of Pharaoh's daughter. To
ward tbe close. Mr. Trimble Introduced a
chapter from bis own-history, telling of his
eaperlence In accepting the call to preach
andjupreaouiug his first sermon to a Hills
boro' congregation. Tbe church was com-
fortsbly vtfl)ed, and tbe entire service was
Mrs. George Shoemaker died at her bom
east of Hlllsboro lsst Baturday morning
after a brief Illness from typhoid pneomot
ntv Her Illness bad not been considered
seriously tbe family and the suddenness of
tbelr bereavement makes their grief the
deeper.' Mrs. Sboemsker was In her fifty
third year at the time of ber death, and was
knows as a lender-bear ted woman, earnest
ly devoted to her family, Tbe funeral ser
vices -took plaoe from the' Presbyterian
Uhureh Bunday afternoon. Rev. Geurge B.
TJeeobtr oflaolatlng, and the, remains were
Idterred In the cemetery here.
The Chicago Minstrels from Beverly's
Chicago Theatre appear at Maslo Hall on
nest Baturday evening, for tbe benefit of the
Bcott Dragoons. Tbls Is tbe original com
pany' organized by Mr. Haverljr for hie
Chicago, Theatre, where they bave had un
precedented success, playing oyer two ban.
dredooatccutive nights to crowded boasts.
The company Is on a abort tour and filling
limited number of engagements, aud the
Seotl Dragoons have been fortunate In at.
curing tbesa for Hlllsboro, Tbe company Is
composed of soma of the best artists, on the
minstrel stage, among whom may be men
tioned tbe eccentric ormedlan Tom Pauley,
Dan Thompson, Bob Horley, Harry Roe, J,
J. Kelly, George Gale, Frank Hilton, tbe
wondtrful contortionist, and Master Bperkt,
the smallest etog daaeerla tbeword. Pop
lar jtriteanf aaassldn-,eei-wlll be
esusjed for tble eatfUrBmeat,;,No extra,
ettafgefer reserved stats. ,'"
Two weeks from this issue we, nil! bo-
gin the publication of a serial story by
d Highland county author. The plot is
laid in Ohio, and tho narrativo is written
in popular style, and will prove interest
ing to the readers of the News-Herald,
as tho residence of its author is not dis
tant. This is tho writer's first venture
in the field of Action, and for that rea
son we are not permitted to give her
real nnrne at present.
Dr. McSurely returned from Washington
0. II. Monday morning.
Mrs. J. 8. Purapbrey, of New Vlenns,was
the guest of Mrs. Wesley Chaney Saturday
Abent fifty of the friends of Miss Ride
Woodrow gave her a pleasant surprise last
Monday evening. '
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frankel entertained a
number of friends at tbelr home on East
Main street Monday evening.
Miss Pauline Bner, o"f Charleston, W. Va.,
who has been 'visiting her sister, Miss Carrie
Baer, left yesterday morning for a short visit
to Peru, Indiana.
It I', reported that Mr. Sever Parker, who
resides near the city on the Cincinnati pike,
was"heldup"and robbed of a Utile spare
change while returning home at a late hour
oue night last week.
Gilbert Holmes, of MUo, Iown.and George
N., of York, Nebraska, who have been visit
ing their father, Mr. Jacob Holmes, dnrlng
bis Illness, returned to tbelr homes Wednes
day last. Their father remains seriously 111.
In a note to us from Clinton Valley, J.N.
says he has conoluded to let the veil remain
down till May IStb, when he will be on hand
to hoist the transparency and bnst error.
Falsehood will be on the stampede till truth
Mr. John A. Collins and Miss Sallle Thomp
son were united In marriage by Or. Joseph
Trimble at the resldenceot the bride's grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Thompson,
yesterday morning. The happy couple left
for a wedding tour to Washington, D. C, on
the afternoon train.
An adjourned meeting of the Alanines
Association connected with the Hlllsboro
Female College, will be held at Mrs. J. A.
Smith's, Saturday, April 10th, at 3 p. m
A full attendance of the resident members
Is requested. Mrs. A.Hart,
Lizzie RiciiAR3,Seo'y. Pres.
Following is the program tor the Joint
meeting of the H. C. T. A. and C. C. T. A. at
Leesburg next Saturday : Trinity of Culture,
Professor Clianejj Utility of. the Ideal, Pro
feasor Veuable. Afternoon session Relation
of Teacher to Pupil, G. L. Garrett; Address,
Prof. J. N. Cox; s paper by J. L. Strange;
Teachers and Teaching, Edward Merrick.
A "Prohibition Townsblp Ticket" was
voted at the North Precinct poll last Monday
on whlcb tbe candidates were as follows:
For Justice of the Peace, W. J. McSurely;
Clerk, C. W. Ketcbam; Treasurer, Geo. B
Beeober; Constables, J. F., Lnyd, John Pear
son; Trustees, L. Detwller, Frank Glenn, J.
M. Chaney; Assessor, C. Duekwall. Tbe
voter was certainly In favor of mingling
politics with religion.
Mrs. Mary W'irley, widow of the late An
drew Worley,and mother of J. B. Worley,
died of apoplexy at her home In Hlllsboro,
laat Monday. Tbe deceased bad been a sub-
JlctTof "hmicllomtinh lasr thlrtcen-years
udd ever bore her afflictions with christian
grace anil fortltuded. During her last Illness
she appeared ca m and cbeerful. Tbe funer
al services will take place from the late re-1-dence
on West street this morning at ten
On last Wednesday Captain J. H.Mnllenlx
and wife celebrated their golden wedding at
tbelr residence on LUIey avenue. Tbe ven
erable couple were surprised by a large num
ber of their friends of this city . Elegant and
abundaut refreshments were served. (Jolts
a number of useful presents were received.
We clip the following from the Hlllsboro
Qatette of fifty years ago: "By the Rev. J.
McD. Matthews. Mr. J. H. Mullenlx to Miss
Mary Cbaney, of Liberty townsblo. To tbls
happy couple We would say, may the deollne
of life be as pleasant as their nuptial day."
Word was received here by telegraph laat
Baturday morning from Carthage, Mo., tbat
Joshua Hussey was' dead He was born In
Fairfield township (now Penn) this county,
the 18tb of November, 1805, and lived near
where he was born until tbe fall of 1871,
wben be moved with his family to Carthage,
Ma, where he resided nntll bis death. He
married Martha A. Johnson, January 26lb,
1837, who, with tbelr five children, survive
blm. He was a well and favorably known
citizen of tbe county during his long resi
dence here, and claimed to be the oldest per
son tben living In the county was born here.
Tbe following clipping from a Csrtbsge
paper has been since received: "The de
ceased had been In bla usual health, bat for
years bos been gradually fulling In atrength.
Tbe day previous to his death he was able to
walk around tbe publio square, but on re
tiring to bed complained of pains In bis
breast, which were relieved by outward ap
plications aud be dropped to sleep, and
passed tbe night tn quiet slumber, breathing
quietly at 6:30 In the morning. Thinking
he was sleeping unusually late for him bis
wife went to his. bedside at 7 o'olock to
awake blm, but found him silently sleeping
the sleep tbat knows no waking,
Caipets and OU Cloths.
We offer to tbe trade this season tbe lar
gest line and handsomest styles In Carpets
tbat hasever been placed on sale In tblsmar-
ket. Asnsual, our prloes are correct. Suytrt
thould alwatli remembtr that we are head
quarter! for Carped. Lytle 4 Sow.
Notice to Assessors.
Assessors of personal property In High,
laud county, for 1886, will meet at the Coun
ty Auditor's office In "Hlllsboro, on Monday,
the 12th day of April, 188, at one o'clock p.
m for consultation and to receive supplies.
1 Geo. W. LeFxvrb,
Auditor Highland County.
There will be a meeting of tbe Infirmary
Dlreetorsof Highland county, In Hlllsboro,
on Thursday. April 16th, to employ physici
ans for tbe townships and tbey earnestly de
sire one or more of tbe Trustees of tbe town
ships In the county to mett them at that
time. J. W. B. Ayres, clerk. '
Lew Johnseu's Colored Combination.
Tbls well-known company will give one of
Its very pleasing entertainments at Muslo
Hani, Wednesday evening, April 7 (to-night).
Tbe company Is composed of genuine color
ed artists of recognized ability and give a
good performance. Their songs are new and
eateby, and tbelr dancing and otherbosl.
give strictly moral and refined show for
the benefit of tbe ladles. An exchange says
"Lew Johnson's Colored Mlnstnls showed to
a good bouse at V'lsree Hall, on Saturday
evening, notwithstanding the weather was
very Inclement. Tbe performance waa a
good one and of eoarse gave aatlefaetlqn.
It Is the beet eolored troupe tbat has been
here for a' longtime."
Tho Republican Ticket Elected
by Handsome Majorities,
With the Exception of the Marshal and
Notwithstanding the tnolemcnt weather
which prevailed all day Monday, much In
terest was manifested In the election and a
large vote was polled. Both sides Isbored
diligently, and the defeat of any candidate
was not caused by carelessness on his part.
In the corporation the Republicans scored a
neat victory with the exception of Mr. Lyle
for Marshal, who was beaten by the small
majority of 39. Below Is the corporation
A. Herman, R 20
E. li. warson, u Z13
Barman's majority 277
. n. Ayrea, n...... mov
Frank Roush, D .239
Ayres' majority 800
James Keece, R .590
8. F. Lowman, D 216
Recce's majority .341
SEALER Of WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
A. W. Thornbnrg, R 491
Jacob Scbllly , D .208
Thornbnrg's majority -
G. W. Rhnadas, D
James O. Lyle, R
D. O. Mor ow.R
-H. A. Sbepherd.l)
MEMBERS OP COUNCIL.
W. G. Richards, R 470
R. H.Hhofstall. R 471
John Johnson, R .412
Charles Ulman, D 309
J. D. W. Spargur, D 815
Michael Gorman, D 311
In tbe township all the Republican ticket
went through In the following style :
JUSTICE Or THE PEACE.
H. H. Msddox, R 824
E. L. Warson, D ,171
Maddox's majority .254
N. H.Avres,R 878
Frank Roush, D 321
Ayres' majority 357
James Rsece, R 691
. F. Lowman, U 317
Reece's majority 374
Ezra Stevenson. R .045
John Devout. R 637
Griffith L. Vance.D -.355
Amos Reed, D 35'J
H. 8. Foraksr, R .615
Lewis Ambrose. K 654
Rlohsrd Croson, R .689
C. L.Telfair, D 864
G. W. Eakln, D 357
Jacob Grove, D 359
ASSESOR. K. 1.
C. B. Miller. R .249
James Smith, D 124
Miller's msjorlty 125
W. A. Mnrrnw. R.. 339
Brnce Wiggins, D 176
Morrow's majority 163
Under the new law regarding trustees, tbe
length of term is regulated by the number
of votes received by tbe candidates. Mr.
Ambrose 1b elected to serve three years, Mr.
Cro-son for two, and Mr. Foraker for one.
Tbe School Board election resulted disas
trously, with the following vote :
CM. Overman, R 563
. McKeeban, R .261
J. M. Htbben, D 407
Peter E.Brown, D 403
Particulars of the elections In surrounding
townships will be given next week.
Isaac P. Morrow, guardian of the estate of
James Morrow, filed first and final account.
Levi Ellis, guardian of the estate of John
W. Wilton, filed first account.
The will of Bachel Laforgu admitted to pro
bate. John A. Gilmore appointed adm'r of the es
tate of Rachel Laforge. Bond 93,600.
Tbe will of Anna B. Barlow admitted to pro
bate. W1U of Mary Stnltz probated.
Transfers of Real Estate.
William A. Hodton to William II,
Union township, 60 acres, 2,000.
William H. Bcott to E. J. Hodton, Union
township, 60 acres, 2,000.
Nathaniel Bouth to Solomon Holden, Hamer
township, 82 acres, 22 poles, $749.88.
mizanem uoenran to watnaniei noutu,
Hamer township, 25 acres, 750.
John R. Bhaftr, adm'r, to Nathaniel Boutb,
Ha-ner township, 32 acres, 22 poise, 9749.88.
Solomon Holden to Nathaniel Boush, Hamtr
township, 27 acres, M poles, $643 71.
B. R. Anderson to Emily Parrot, Mowryt
town, lot, ttBO.
Wm, M. Keek, adm'r, to Frederick Wnlfert,
Hlllsboro, lot, 603.
W. W. Caldwell and others, directors, to Cit
izens' Bank of Greenfield, Greenfield, lot,
Andrew Evans to Sarah F. Clutter, Clay
township, 52 acres, 800.
John B.Reno to Aaron Milburn, Marshall,
Jackson, and Washington townships, 45 acres,
Anna E. MoOonnaughey, adm'x, to John
Peale, New Market township, 151 sorts, 04
Thos. P. Hall to Joseph A. Fanning, Con
cord township, 13 acres, 9350.
Sheriff to John Franklin Fender, Hamer
township, 118 acres, 135 poles, 92,316.
A Goose Story With a Moral.
The editor of tbe Gazette calls ut to task In
last week's Issne In regard to a statement
that Judge Dlttey bad bound Mr, Shane over
to Common Pleas Court for stealing poultry,
and proceeds to state tbat, notwithstanding
tbe fact'that Mr, Shane is a relative of the
Newmans and had tbe "Mutual Benefit, Pro
tective, Aid and Alibi Association" on band
In force to prove an alibi, the Judge failed to
see It tbelr way, and assesssd fine on tbe
basis of five dollars per goose and ten dollars
per Bronse turkey, amounting with costs to
333, the moral of whlob was that it was an
expensive luxury to said association, espec
ially If you should be brought before tbe
Qatette In bis capaolty of Probata Judge.
On Inqulr we failed to find where Mr.Bhane
bad paid the above amount In good, bard
cash on account of dues nnd membership
feee In said association, and as we have an
Institution wbere geutlemen wbo contraot
debts of honor of this character which they
are unable to liquidate In coin of tbe realm
can, by devoting a certain portluo of tbelr
time each day to the memory of Mr. MoAd
am, creates sinking fund which will in due
process of time wipe out said Indebtedness
we naturally expected to Snd Mr. Shane so
journing at tbe corner of Court and Short
streets. But alas I he waa not there, and tble
only goes lo prove that It Is expensive to the
taxpavtrt and not to sir. Shane for him to
belong to tbe M B P., A. and A. A.
Mobat. -Tbe moral of this Is, that It takes
great men to "catch 'em coroln'orgoln',"
and tne ,ople of this eonnty are fortunate
In having a man who eaa pose in his own
paper a a high moral reformer and "a man
wbo," and then as Jaifgt'end pslltloal boa
pay his membership fee Inn M., B.i P., A,
and A. A. by allowing the' penalty of Infrac
tion of the law to fall Into "tnnoeuoue rfetut
J- Or, OOHXTK., THE FASHIONABLE TAILOR, HILLSBORO, OHIO.
April Sth. 1880.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Harper relumed from
Burlington, Iowa, lsat Keek.
The Chllllcolho Presbytery will meet In
Greenfield this month. The dato is not yet
The Methodist Church social will meet at the
residence of Doctor Newcomer on Thursday
evening, April 8th.
Miss Dellie Newbeck was brought homo last
Friday night from Cincinnati, quite sick from
Mr. William Clonser and his new wife made
thoir first appearance in public at the M. H,
Church, last Sunday.
Mr. E. F. Boyd it making preparations to
Rive a gVand ball at Bell's hall on Monday
evening after Easter.
Mrs. John Akels, of Cincinnati, spent last
week here visiting her mother, Mre. Love, on
South Washington street.
It It conceded by our business men generally
that last week was ther dullest week for busi
ness ever experienced in Greenfield.
Mr. William McAlpIn, who went to Kansas
in search of employment about two weeks ago,
returnod home last Wednesday night.
Mrs. Sallle Tudor, of this vicinity, hat
moved to Hlllsboro. and will make her home
with Will and Alex Tudor, of that place.
Mr. S. E. Taylor, of Torre Haute, Indiana,
spent last week here visiting his father-in-law,
Mr. H. M. Devoss, on East Church street.
Mr. Boyd, of the firm of J, M. Boyd & Co.,
flour merchants of Hlllsboro. snent a few
hours in this city last Friday on a businest
Mr. Lon Elder, formerly a young man of
this place, now of St. Louis, Mo.,' tpent last
week In this city, visiting his widowed mother
on West Main street.
Mr. Samuel Hamilton, Jr., the handsome
driver of the handsome B. & O. express wagon,
Is lying quite sick with lung fever at his home
on West Lafayette street.
The Lew Johnson colored combination gave
a thow at tbe town hall on last Baturday even
ing, Tbe attendance was quite large, and tbe
laugh came In quite often. Tbe boys say it
Baldwin & Coover, tbe job printers, have
dissolved partnership. Mr. Coover retires
from the bntlness. and Mr. Baldwin still con
tinues tbe business at the old stand on West
The second quarterly meeting of this con
ference was neiu at ine m. a. unurcn oaiur
day and Bunday. Elder Plerson was present
and preaobed both at the morning and even
Prof. W. G. Moler, the Superintendent of
our public schools, has been appointed to or
ganize forestry associations in tbe following
counties! Logan, Pike, Clinton, Boss, Clark,
Highland, Scioto, and Fayette.
The Ladles' Missionary Society of the M, E.
Church are making arrangements to hold
their regular yearly public meeting at tbe M.
E. Church on Tuesday evening, April 13th.
Everybody and their relatives invited.
Notice has been given by Mr. George Le
fevre, the County Auditor, for the assessors of
personal property of Highland county for
1886, to meet at the Auditor's office in Hllls
boro, Monday, April 12th, for consultation and
to receive supplies.
The following is the township ticket elected
here at the primary election on Saturday,
March 27th : Township Trustees James N.
MoWilliams, W. H. Jury, and John Simison;
Treasurer Fay Baldwin: Clerk W. M. Porter;
Assessor J. O. Caldwell; Constables s. T.
Bimmons and Timothy Hixon.
The a. A. R. Post of this nlaco decided by a
vote at their regular meeting on last Monday
evening, to employ the Greenfield brass band
to fnrnlsh musio on Decoration Day. Tho
Post is making considerable preparation for
tbe day and expect a nig time, uwing 10 mo
80th of May coming on Sunday, the Post here
will bold their exercises on aararaay, me zum,
The following la about a fair samnle of the
almost daily customers that a postmaster in
this county has to deal with. A few days since
a couple of colored damsels stepped into the
post omce ana eacn nrea at tne oDiiging air,
It. O. K the usual question : "Any lotter fo
mo, or any of onr folks," to which camo tbe
minv.tima repeated answer: "No letter for
yon, nor any of your folks," they taking it for
granieu mat me r, ju. nuuira lueir uiud huu
thn names of all their folks. As they passed
ont tbe door one was heard to say to the other :
"Wbat you specs Oe matter wid dls yer p
officer. .Bburas Ilib in.dls .bletsed world,
ain't done got nary nuffin dat looked like a
letter from dat pos officer sence de last camp
meeting timo. bars sumfin out of jint sho.
April 3d, 1880.
Miss Josie Rogers visited friends in Leesburg
Our beef wagon visits Leesburg regularly,
and will keep It up.
Miss Anna Brown, of New Vienna, was vis
iting friends here last week.
S. E. Hixson and family, after a year's stay
in Kansas, returned last Saturday.
Mr. O. O. Miller and wife, of Rainsboro, were
the guests of B. B. Barrett over Snnday.
Miss Etta Barrett, after a week's visit with
relatives in Rainsboro, returned home last Sun
Mrs. Phoebe Conard has bought H. D.Green
property on Msln street, and will move into it
Mr. John Collizan. of New Vienna, waa tho
guest of Mrs. E. Daughters and family on list
Mr. Theodore Pensyl, of near New Boston,
was tbs guest of his sister, Mrs. James Swiss
balm, the past week.
Mr. Wm. Thornbnrg it preparing to build a
new residence on his farm 1 mile west of town
on tbe Wilmington pike.
MUs MamlsMcOIaln, after visiting ber unole,
Mr. Joseph MoOlure, through tbe winter, re
turned to her home In Paulding county last
Walter Conard, who has been attending col
lege at Richmond tbe past six months, return
ed home last Tuesdsy, and will spend the sum
mer on the farm.
George Durvln, who has been working for
O W. Warning baling hay, was discharged last
Friday morning, and left tbe town, leaving
several of our business men with small accounts
P. F. Ladd and Mrs. Jane Davis, with her
daughter Jennie, were called to Cincinnati on
last Friday to attend the funeral of Christopher
T. Adams, who died Friday morning. Mr.
Adams was born and raised in this locality,
and will be remembered by a large circle of
friends. He was in his 50th year.
, SINKING SPRING.
April Sth, 183C.
Mrs. Annie Zook it still unable to leave her
Mr. Matthew Rucker hat been seriously sick
for some days.
Onr Wednesdsy night prayer meetings are
Young People's Prtyer and Speaking Meet
ing every Monday evening.
The Ladles' Aid Society hold their meeting
next Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Mrs. Mattlo'Gall left home on Baturday
morning for Portsmouth, to spend a short
time witk ber aged parents, She was accom
panied by ber little1 daughter Bessie, and her
niece, Miss Effle Petrie.
The young folks of the Spring and the visi
tors were entertained by Miss Lottie Selzer on
last Friday evening. Fifteen pounds of white
sugar was purchased by the young men, and
taffy palling was the amusement of the even
ing. At farewell benefit for the young visi
tors present it was a success and pronounced
an enjoyable affair.
The mite social at J. F. Belllson's last Thurs
day evening was well attended, although tbe
evening wat not propitious. Everything with
in the power of those having It Jn charge wat
done to make it entertaining to Itt patrons.
Tha wonder of tbe evening was a wooden cake.
prepared by the skillful fingers of Matter
Frank Bellison and iced by Miss Blanche. It
wss to be sold to the highest bidder. Ollie
Wlckeiham being the lucky one for the sum of
thirty-five cents, became the possessor. The
"cutting" was found to be ad difficult that the
"gold dollar" waa not round, it is presumed
that O. O. will have cake enough to keep blm
gnawing till next All Fools' Day. The pro
ceeds amounted to over eleven dollars, for
which the ladiet return thanks.
HATHAWAt-ROBUCK-On March 27th,
ltSt, by T. B. Vance, 3. P., and at his resi
dence, Mr. L. 3. Hathaway and Miss Lucy Bo
bock, both ol thlt county.
April Etta, 1880.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Woodmansee,
a boy, Thursday, Dr. Holmes.
The most bitterly contested election per
haps, that ever was held in our village, is in
Miss Rose Boyland, whose sickness was men
tioned in a foiroer letter, died on Thursday
evening at the home of her mother, in this
Miss Jennie rcmbcrton and her brother,
Russell, left on Friday morning for Inka
Springs, Ark., where tbey expect to make
their futnre home. They carry with them the
good wishes of a host of friends here, who
hope that they will bare abundant success Jn
their new home.
II. L. Glenn made a trip north last week,
and bought a line Clydesdale horse. The
horse arrived here Saturday night. Mr. Glenn
is taking a great interest in improving the
stock in this section. Every farmer and bnsi
nefs man should encourage him, as it Is to the
Interest of all to have finer and better stock.
I f you irant to see a fine draft horse or trotting
and harness horse, call at Glenn's stables.
The following lines are dedicated to the
memory of little Doshie Thompson, who was
burned to death a few weeks since:
Little Doshie went to see its grandma kin J,
Little dreaming in her mind
The flames would catch her little diets,
And lay her low in her grave to rest.
Little Doshie so kind, so good,
Loved by all in tbe neighborhood;
O how sad to give thee ud.
To drink of sorrow from the bitter cup.
Fen and ink can not express,
The grief and sorrow and distress
When we look aronnd and see the vacant chair;
We almost wish onr Doshie was here.
Twas God who robbed us of our treasure,
Took her from earth to dwell in heaven;
She has gono and left us here below.
No more our sorrow and trouble to know.
ng for yon on tbe golden shore;
O wbat a bappy thongbt it will be,
To know that Doshie is waiting for thee.
Grandpa old with locks of gray,
Is traveling heavenward on his way;
He soon shall reach the golden shore,
Doshie is waiting for him at the door.
Papa and Mamma, weep no more,
For Doshin who has gone before;
God took her to heaven to dwell
And he doeth all things well.
T ive a Christian life while here,
And you wilt meet yoar uosmo dear,
Lore Ood's word and read it well,
And he will take you to heaven to dircll.
To Err is Human.
Bat you mako no mistake if you use Dr. Jones'
ilea Clover 'ionic lor dyspepsia, cosuveness,
bad breath, piles, pimples, ague and malaria
diseases, poor appetite, low spirits, neaaacne,
or diseases of the kidneys, stomaoh, and liter.
Price 50 cents, of W. It. Smith & Co.
April 5th, i486.
Mr. John Langley is improving slowly.
Anna, littlo daughter of Harry Zink, ip lying
very low with catarrh of the Btomsch.
Last Tuesday witnessed the close of the
Ervin school, taught by Mr. Frank ISaakin.
with an entertainment at night. The exercises
were excellent, aud the manner in which the
pupils performed surely speaks well for them
and their efficient teacher. Tho music was
given by Messrs. Shade, Wright, Jones and
Richards, of Hlllsboro, and was the best we
have heard for some time.
April 5th, 188G.
Clara, daughter of Israel Roads, is very sick.
Reuben Chambers moved to Adams county
G. A. Watts has taken up his abode in Brush
Mist Ida Milburn commenced her school in
district No. 4. last Monday.
James Shrock, of Greenfield, was over last
week looking after his farm.
Thomas Greenfield and Fdward Watts are
attending school in Hlllsboro.
Dr. McNulty (the young doctor) has located
here and will be glad to obtain the patronage
of any who need medical assistance.
Mist Ella Tomplin will commence teaching a
summer school in Madison township to-day ;
Misses Metta Williams and Emma Templin in
Liberty township, and Miss Ida Cadwallader
in tho Bnrnett school, this township.
The Sunday school of the Presbyterian
Church was reorganized last Snnday and the
following were elected officers for tho coming
year : Superintendent, Quinton Dick ; Assist
ant Superintendent, Daniel Williams ; Secre
tary, Ollie WilliamB ; Treasurer. Lewis Tem
plin ; Librarian, Lottie Wise ; Choirstcr, C. E.
April 5th, 18SC.
Miss Lonretta Irons is quite sick.
Miss Mary Cummings is at homo for a short
Squire Glaze attended tbe third quarterly
meeting at Cynthiana yesterday.
David L. Frump spent the latter part of the
week in Adams county, on business.
All tbe winter schools have closed except No.
G. Mr. Williams has about two weeks yet.
George P. Bell and sitter, were visiting their
sister, Mrs. Fisher, near lloxabelle, last week.
Miss Gall, a sister to onr young School Ex
aminer, is teaching at Davidson's school house.
Mrs. David Lawson is still troubled with her
eyes, but they are much better than in tbe
Miss Bell Milbnrn commences a spring
school at Washburn's next Monday. Scholars,
hunt up your books.
Miss Ida Milbnrn, who has taught the past
two summers at Miller's, commenced a three
months' term on the 29 ult.
Joseph Butters is canvassing the township
in tbe interest of a patent fence, which seems
a very simple, yet good fence.
The novel entitled "Opening a Chestnut
Burr," by E. P. Roe, is creating quite an inter
est in this vicinity. ThoBo persons who can
never see any good in any novel should read
April 3d, 1880.
Metsrs. 81ater and Tener are in Waverly on
Burch Lucas and family visited G, W. Kelly
J. W. Rigdon returned from tho city on
Mist Ida Smith left 'for Hlllsboro Union
School latt Tuesday.
Jno. MoMullen. of Carmel. paid 0. A. Head
a visit on Wednesday.
A. P. Lindsay, of Morgantown. was seen on
our streets last Friday
Will Tener. of Sinking Snriog. visited his
brother, Ed, a few days since.
, Theodore Kerns, of BainbriJge, paid this
plaoe a visit tbe first of the week.
Mrs. Absalom Eubanks was interred in the
cemetery at this plaoe, on Wednesday last.
Miss Maud Kelly, after a pleasant visit at
Rainsboro, returned homo on Sabbath last.
Mr. Shade was in town tbls week preparatory
to laying the foundation of cur new school
S. M. Kelly has vacated the Head property
and is now comfortably housed in the Green
Madison Head, of Iowa, hat been circulating
among frienda and relativea of thit place for
some weeks past.
Mr. and Mrt. Tnrnipseed, accompanied by
their titter, Mary Townsend, left this place a
few dayt ago for Indiana, their future home.
The Republican votert of thit township met
in convention on Thursday, and put in nomi
nation a ticket which without doubt will be
elected Monday next.
' Levi Rlttenbpute, quite an aged citizen, liv
ing aooui inree muea norm oi nere, aiea on
Thursday last and was buried Ina cemetry
near this place on Friday.
John W. Fox, a promising young man of
Highland, doted a very successful term of
school tbreo miles east of this place last Fri
day. This Is John's first school, and he cer-
taiuly deserves credit for tbe good work he has
aone uunng ine- winter.
April 3d, 1880.
Miss Oracle Hhullz is lying qoito sick at this
How is this for tho .Id of April? Blx Inches
of snow ou tbe ground,
A good man) are complaining of sore throat
at tbls time, but nono are seriously HI with it.
Mr. Eddie Redkey and brother Charley, were
tho guests of Flavins Hodson and family last
Miss Fannie Pafon, of nhose illness we
made mention In our letter last week, is slowly
convalescing at this writing.
Chas. Maigc, an industrious colored man of
this place, is moving his family to tho Cox
property south of town, to-day.
Professor Ferguson has taken his wife and
children to tho country to spend a few days,
on account of the diphtheria which is in town.
Rev. John Wilson, of New Town, was in onr
village the forepart of last week. Ho waa
called here to preach tho funeral of little
The ladles will give a dinner and lunch at
the new Town Hall election day. Dluner
twenty-llvo cents and lnnch fifteen cents.
Don't forget to go and get filled tin after you
The corporation election promises to be
qnlte exciting. Up to this time there are fiye
candidates for Marshal, whose names aroas
follows Whitfield. Dunn. George Learerton.
James Anderson, Daniel Johnson, John San
Mr. and Mrs G. W. McFaddon have moved
into our neighborhood, and occupy tho Jona
than Ladd property west of town. Mrs. Mc
Fadden is a very fine carpet weaver, and any
one wanting anything done in that line, would
do well to give her a call.
The great revival at the Friends' Church
still continues with greater Interest than ever
before. Un to this writing over one hundred
souls baye found peace in believing on the
Lord Jesus Christ. Tho powers of the enemy
bave not been so shaken up in years as at this
Otto Horst had charge of Miss Allie herns'
room in onr school the past week, Miss Kerns
having been called away to attend the funeral
of her little niece, Oracle Griffith, who died
with diphtheria, and tbe Board fearing that it
might be contagions, employed Otto to teach
The Prohibition ticket is as follows: For
Justices of the Peace, Silas W. norsman, John
Milner, Jr.; for Township Trustees, E. Thorn
bnrg, Joseph Burgess, Sr., Geo. W. Sapp; for
Clerk, Wm. W. H. Huff; for Treasurer, M.
Redkey; for Assessor, Frank Woodmansee; for
Constable, Mason Beck.
The Democracy met in convention Thursday
afternoon, and nominated officers to be voted
for at the coming election: For Trustees,
William Williamson, Frank Horsman, Harvey
Littler; for Constable, Lorency Guthrie; for
Assessor, Robert McCoy; for Clerk, Jamts Dn
poy, and for Treasurer wo did not learn who
Died Little Oracle Griffith, last Sunday
night, aged S years, C months, and 15 days.
She was the daughter of Adam and Beatta
Griffith, and their only child. Rov. John Wil
son preached her funeral, after which the re
mains were laid to rest in tho M. E. cemetery
at Samantha. The parents have the sympathy
of the entire community in this their sad
Ortie Covan, 'Squire Covan's son, who is
abont fifteen years of sge, bas left the parental
roof. Ho left homo last week. No cause can
be assigned for tho boy's rash act, other than
ho did not like to go to school. He had a very
pleasant and comfortable homo and every
thing to mako home pleasant. Ho is a bright
boy and was universally liked by his compan
ions. The sorrowing parents have the sympa
thy of the cntiro community in their trouble
The Republicans met in convention last Sat-
nrduy at two o'clock, as announced in a former
letter, and proceeded to place in nomination
officers to fill tho different offices of tho town
ship. Calvin Andrews was chosen Chairman,
Charles Woodmansee Secretary, and Charlie
Hixson Assistant Secretary. The following
ticket was put In nomination : For Trustees,
Elias Adams, Martin Milner, Calvin Andrews;
Justices of the Peace, Leroy Kelley and J. It.
Ladd; Treasurer, Elias Johnson; Clerk, J. R.
Ladd; Constable, Joseph Hoskins; Assessor,
Griggs' Glycerine Salve.
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cuts, braises, scalds, burns, wounds, and all
other sores; vtill positively enre piles, frost
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April 3d, 18S6.
Profcssoi Claik gave a lecture at the school
house last Tuesday night, on "Horses and
JIlss Tcisa Hatcher, of Willettsville, spent
last week with her brother, Wm. Hatcher,
A number of the youngsters left this place
last Tuesday evening for the entertainment
which was given at the Irven's schoolhouso.
W. Bnrton, from near Sablna, will move to
T. H, Hatcher's property near Willettsville,
He intends to follow piking this summer for a
Rev. Crawford is having very good success
with his meeting at Mt. Olivet. He bas large
congregations and good order, and has bad
quite a number of accessions.
The Russells free turnnike was sold out in
short sections last Monday. The average price
per mile was about 91,450. This will give em
ployment to an oi ine industrious.
The Prohibitionists have bad their conven
tion and nominated the following ticket:
Justices W. Ellis, J. W. Oldaker; Treasurer,
-: Clerk. A. Carey; Trustees. S. Cary. J.
Miller, W. Rousb; Assessor R. Lewis; Con-stable-S.
Tbe Democrats met last Baturday and nomi
nated the following candidates : Justices J.
W. ltlrkbart, W. Bimpklni; Treasurer V. B.
Hays; Clerk M. Rankins; Trustees E. M.
Reaves, W. Fox, J. H. Brown; Assessor W.
E. Ridgway; Constable C. A. Starr.
Quite a number of people passed tbrongb
our village last Monday morning, going to
Hillsboro to attend the trial of Aleo Starr vs.
Shane, the poultry thief, and on returning in
the evening brought tbe good newt tbat Shane
was convicted and fined 925 and cotts.
Tho Longest Polo
Knocks the persimmons, and Dr. Bigelow's
Positive Cure knocks all throat and lung dis
eases, such as coughs, colds, croup, hoarse
ness, bronchitis, asthma, influenza, and con
sumption. i'leaBant tor children to take ana
and cures safely, speedily, and permanently.
Tree trial bottle of W. R. Smith & Co.
April 3d, 1880.
Miss Maggie A. Reames, who goes to her
field of labor as teacher near Greenfield, Mon
day. April 5tb, paid her brother, A. H.
Reames, a flying visit Thursday and Friday
Robert Peddicord, of this place, is sick of
chills and fever, but under the skillful treat
ment of Dr. Thompson, of Sardinia, it is to be
hoped his sickness will only be of short dura
tion. Newt Purdy and two sisters, Emma and
Amanda, of Brown county, accompanied by
their cousins, Simon Purdy abd sister, were
the guests of Henry Hall on Thursdsy last.
As Newt anticipates taking his leave for Ne
braska soon, we presume he is making his fare
well calls on relatives and friends.
On Friday, March 19th, Mr. O. O. Peddicord
finished his labors as teacher at Toll's school
house. At .about 11 o'clock the teacher was
completely taken by surprise wben tbe psrents
called :or tne use oi ine Bcnooinouse ior two
hours. The writer of this article was not
present during tbe dining exercise, but we
wflre reiiauiv miormcu mat 11 xar surnasseu
anything of tbe kind ever had in this district
before. Every honsebolder in the district wss
nnt. which SDeaka well for the teacher. The
first half of the afternoon was devoted to dec
lamations, interspersed with vocal and Instru
mental muslo, with Miss Mollis Enverard-as
organist. From last recess to the close was set
apart for speeches. Mr. O. A. Matthewa made
tbe opening address, which waa lengthy and
full of historical facts. He was followed by
Iters. Vanderman, Henderson, and La will, who
gave words of encouragement to all who are
interested in tbe Common School Bystem.
Tbe teacher, Mr. U. O. Peddicord, is an emem
plary young man, full of good deeds, and has
given general satisfaction in bis school. We
ope the time Is not far distant when all
schools will be filled with Just such persons as
he, fur, as children are imitative beings, it is
best to have them copy after men of good
moral character and Christian deportment.
EOUND-On the street, a pnrse containing
n roll nt money. Thn owner wilt please
callnnd prove pi opeity
lin.S. O. Riciiahm.
IjMUl 8ALK-A first-clnsa red short-horn
: bull, citlveil May, 1885.
11. il , ItKDKf v, Biigartreo Ridge, O.
"TJIOK BALE An acre and sixty poles of
JD ground, with a house of eight rooms,
well, cistern, and nit necessary outbuildings,
fruit and good garden. The properly la situ
aled ntlho west end (if Walnut street, one of
the best locations In the town. Apply to
James Lawiiexcb, Saddler Shop.
(1 RKKN UOltoK-Vrgetnble plants of all
Y kinds can be had at any lime by call
lux on tho undersigned nlthe old stand, one
hull mile west of ulllshoro. Choice varie
ties of seid potatoes (Irish),
JOIIHTO Ci IIRJYKTT.
"".UK first Involro of embroideries have
J just arrived
New spring styles. Come
U. n. HiiiuEN & Son.
and see them.
RICHARDS & into, are selling goods
cheaper than ever knawn.
RICHARDS & lino, arc making low
prices nti 140,00') worth of Dry Goods,
Boots and Hhoes,Carpets,Closkssnil Shawls,
thatwlll pny every one to see before they
STOP AND THINK! Have Jou ever been
to sec A. K. Kelly's goods of every kind
from bankrupt stocks? Have Jnst received
n lot of flno goods from n forced sale In Cov
ington, Ky., which I will positively either
sell or almost give awny by May 1st. Come
and see me. it will coit you nothing. Under
TRY n pair nf our Four Button Dollar Kid
Gloves. New lot lu assorted ton coitus
Just received. S. E. Hidben A Son.
April 3d, 18SG.
Feed is getting scarce in this vicinity.
Miss Nancy Bennett is quite sick again.
Farmers have ceased plowing nntil the
weather fairs up,
Mr. Wilson Hunter, who has been quite sick,
is slowly improving. ,
Miss Millie Eyres, of Fairfax, has been visit
ing her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
E. Lewis, Jr., the past two weeks.
Mr. Andrew Honline, who has been suffering
from a severe spell of pnenmonis. is improv
ing slowly, under the care of Dr. D. C. Hook.
Don't neglect a cough and let it remain to
Irritate yonr lungs when a safe and speedy
remedy can be had for 60 cents In Dr. Bige
low's Positive Cure. All druggists.
April 3d, 1880.
The prospect for wheat looks well in this
Oats about all sown. There Is s laigor
acreage sown this year than common.
Mr. Newton Chapman, of near Hlllsboro,
was the guest of Mr. Flay Chapman last week.
Our school will commence next Monday un
der the management of Miss Eva Ross, of near
The officers and teachers of the Sunday
School met at tbe Sbarpsvllle Church last Bun
day and elected the following officers : R. M.
Lewis, Snpt.; Isaac Morrow, Aest. Supt.; Miss
Mary Wright, Sec'v; Misi Amanda Noble,
Treas.; Miss Kittle Wright, Organist.
"The best on earth" can truly be said of
Griggs' Glycerine Salve a speedy cure for
cuts, bruises, scalds, burns, sores, piles, tetter,
and all skin eruptions. Try this wonder
healer. 25 oonts. Guaranteed.
April 3d, 188C.
Mrs. Gaues moved to town last week.
George Taylor, Jen , is on the sick list.
Phil Mercer moved on R. A. Dwver't cltce.
where he will farm tobacco thit summer.
A. L. Snider commenced his soring term of
school at tho White school-house last week.
There was a social dance at Miller Worley's
on Tuesday night, the 23d ult. About nine
teen couples were present, and everybody en
Joyed themselves well.
J. N., the well known philosopher,' delivered
one of his famous lectures to a fair sized au
dience on tbe 24th ult. Hoisited the school
and made a short speech.
The festival given at the Presbyterian Church
on Tuesday night of last week was well attend
ed, considering the inclemency of the weather.
The net proceeds amounted to about $14.
James Murphy, of whom we mentioned as
convalescent, suddenly grew worse, and died
Friday morning, the 27th ult., after an Illness
of about three weeks. Tbe funerrl services
were held Sunday, conducted by Wm. Erskin,
after which the remains were taken to Mar
shall for burial. James wss a general favor
ite, affectionate and kind to his mother, who
has been an invalid for severs! years. Tbe
family has the sympathy of the entire commu
nity. It is by copying after nature tbat man gets
best results. Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic is
nature's own remedy, is purely vegetable, can
be taken by the most delicate. Cures all
stomach, kidney and liver troubles. 50 cents.
April 3d. 188C.
Mrs. James Bcott has been auiteslck for sev
eral days, but is on the mend at this time.
Beveral persons from this vicinity attended
tbe funeral of Rev. Thomas Head, on Friday.
panlel Adams, of Sabina, attended the
funeral of Wm..Upp, at this place last Thurs
day. Mrs. Joseph W. Bpargur, near Spargur Mills,
it still in a critical condition and It it thought
cannot live many dayt.
Three inches of mow and the mercury 4 de
grees below the freezing point is rather wintsr
ish for the 3d or April.
Thirty-one men are candidates for tbe
various offices in Paint township. Twenty-one
of whom are doomed to defeat.
Edward Roberts began his school in Snake
Corner, latt Monday and Miss Ella Keelor will
begin in the Hulltt district, next Monday.
J. M. Hixson expects to bring another saw
mill to the farm of John Shipton in a ahort
time, to take the place of the one recently re
moved. Misses Maggie Roads and Ella Upp are ar
ranging to engage in tbe dress making busi
ness. Tbey will occupy a room over the store
of H. K. Roads.
Old grand-mother Brock is suffering from a
deep affliction that originated from a hurt
some time since, by which she has lost tbe use
of one of ber lower limbs.
Dr. Miller and family removed to thU place
from New Boston, on Tnesday last, and oc
cupies tbe property near -the Andes House,
recently yscaiea uy ionn mil.
Tbe remaiut of Rev. Thomas Head, of Bain-
bridge, were taken through here on Thursday
to Hlllsboro, where the funeral services and
interment took place on Friday.
Newton Barrett returned some davs tince
from Ada, O., where be has been attending
college for several months past. He will work
on tho farm through the summer, we believe.
William Upp died after an affliction of ten
days, with pleurisy, at bis home 2j miles east
01 town, luesaay, aiarcn win, in tne sixty
third year of his age. He was twice married.
The first union was with Miss Sarah Miller,
June 23d, 1815. To tnem were born two chil
dren, Charles, who now resides at Balnbrldge,
and Eliza, wbo died at the age of 0 years.
Mrs. Upp died August 19tb, 1853. Mr. Unp's
second marriage was with Miss Sarah J. Adair,
May 21m, isos, who still survives to mourn nis
loss, James, tbe only ohild of tbe second
union, though married, still remain t under the
parental roof. But few men possessed, in so
eminent a degree, the elements that constitutes
real manhood, as did William Upp. For more
than 40 years be was a worthy member of the
M. E. Church and most of that time an ef
ficient class-leader. He was honorable and
prosperous In business, a model farmsr, an
obliging neighbo.', a kind father, an affection
ate ana agreeaoie companion ana uevuut
cbrhtlan. Impressive funeral services were
held at the M- E. Church, on Thursday, in
charge of his pastor, Bev. C. J. Wells. Tbe
pulpit and tbe seat hs usually occupied were
draped in mourning. The butlntes houses
were closed and his mauy admlrltg frienda
came with tad hearts to pay a tribute of re
tpect to his ntsmory, lUlng tbe large church
to lU utmost capaolty. The retaalat were laid,
to rttt in the nulltt cemttry.