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A BXHAUULK OAtt.
Madkonville is one of the most flourish
ing of the many suburban towns of Cincin
nati. It is situated about fourteen miles
from the city on the line of the Cincinnati,
Washington and Baltimore Railroad. Our
correspondent learning of the severe case oi
Mrs. John O. Lindsley and her sudden
cure, called on that lady at her homo in
Madisonville. Said Mrs. Lindsley :
"Words would scarcely express the tor
turo I endured. The rheumatism I had
was in no particular part of the body, but
was all through my system, prostrating me
so that I was entirely helpless, not being
able to feed myself. My physician, who
is one thatwc have employed in our family
for many years, gave me no encouragement
whatever, lie said there was no use of my
taking medicine, as I never would bo any
better, but might live in this terrible con
dition for many years. About this time
my son was recommended to get somo
Atlilophoros for mo by Charles H. How
ard, conductor on the Cincinnati, Washing
ton and Baltimore Railroad. Mr. How
ard said it was an excellent medicine, as he
had used it himself. On the strength of
this recommendation my son brought some
home for me to try, but as I had already
used so many different kinds of medicines
without ever getting relief I was somewhat
reluctant about taking any more, thinking
they were all alike no good. But such
was not the case with Athlophoros. After
taking only part of a bottle my pain ceased
and I was able to walk about. The change
was so sudden and so miraculous that I
could scarcely realize that I was getting
well. I used about eight bottles, and since
then I have not suffered any to speak of."
At the general store of Aikens & Ilcnsel
Mr. E. A. Hensel said:
" I have been subject to neuralgia of the
stomach for many years. To say I have
used many kinds of medicines without any
bencnt would be a very moderate way to
put it, but I can say that I would not take
$1,000 for what two and one-half bottles of
Atlilophoros lias done for me."
"Then it has cured you of the neuralgia
of tho stomach?"
"Yes ; and we now sell it in the store."
"Having used it so satisfactorily your
self you no doubt sell considerable on
your own recommendation?"
"Yes; wo do. I make it a point to say
a good word for Athlophoros whenever I
can, as it has done for me what all other
medicines and doctors combined had failed
Charles H. Howard, conductor on tho
accommodation train of the Cincinnati.
Washington and Baltimore Railroad, and
a resident of Chillicothe, Ohio, is well
known to the patrons of that road . Many
of his friends and acquaintances will doubt
less remember of his being afflicted with
rheumatism so that for five and a half
months he was laid np and detained from
ills duties as conductor. Said Mr. Howard
to one of our correspondents: "Athlopho
ros is the medicine that brought me bock to
my duties, after being laid up so many
months. After I had used about every kind
of remedy I ever heard of I commenced
witli Athlophoros. I took myfirst dose on
Friday. On the following Monday I dis
pensed with cane and went to work, where
I have been withctit losing any time ever
since. I consider it an excellent medicine
for rheumatism and would advise any one
so afflicted to give it a trial "
If you cannot get AraLornOROS of jour drug
cist, we will send It express paid, on receiptor
regular price one dollar per Dottle. We prefer
that you buy it from your druggist, but it he
hasn't it, do not be persuaded to try something
else, but order at once from ui, as directed.
Atulophoeos Co., 112 Wall Street, New York.
DOES IT PAY?
This is the Great "Ohio" Well Drill
In and Prospecting Machine Alt
cuttings of dnll in clay, sand, ffitret,
rock,&.cM are discharged at kurrace
without removing tools. Our custom
ers are easily making wells where
other attempts failed, and make $&
t 930 m day where they did not
make expenses whh other tools. Runs
very easy and makes from 70 to So
drops per smlnt Caaae here say
day and see a machine in operation.
We can surprise )".
LOOMIS & HYMAK,
And Widows of Soldiers ot tho War ot the Rebellion,
uml Mexican War, and dependent lathers and mothers
una orphan children o( the former, whether any ot
1 he above are pensioned or not,wlll lend their name j
uiidadilresess with particular! and return postage,
to K. W. Cllnrmmn. srcr to the war claim
business o( UEN. CHAM. E. BROWN. SI. C.
ltnom 8 7 John-ton HulMlnr, Cincinnati. Ohio.
C7NEW LAWS. THOUSANDS ENTITLED.
Sale of a Bond.
SEALED PROPOSALS for the sale of one
bond, of tho denomination of $200, of the
Careytown Extension Free Turnpike, No. 67,
will be received at the office of the County
Auuiwr m xiiuauuru, umo, nntu 'inursuay,
the 15th day of April. 1688. at 1 'o'clock n m
Slid bond is dated the IStb day of April, 1886,
uu wui uiNim tuv rato ox six per cent.,
naveble semi-annnallv. and ii iaanart h anttinr.
ity of Section 4808 of the Revised Statutes of
unto tor juau, page ma, and acts amendatory
thereto, and is described ai follows
No. 7 for 4200, and having coupons attached
aa iuuuvi ; w
No. 1 for 81 50, dne 1st September, 188C.
No. 3 for C 00, due 1st March, 1887.
No. 3 for 6 00, due 1st Sept., 1887
No. 4 for 6 00, due lit March, 1888.
No. S for C 00. due 1st Sent.. 1888. and nix
months interest due with bond first day March
loon - -
Said bond will be sold to the highest bidder,
and for not less than the face thereof, with
any interest that may have accrued tbereoo,
and the privilege is hereby reserved of reject
ing any or all bids.
Samcm, J. Polk,
Cbiblis T. Edwards,
JiMES II. Hcssey.
Commissioners of the Careytown Extension
Free Turnpike, No. 57.
Hlllsboro Prices Current
Jorreoted Weekly by H. Boxes A Co., Whole
sale and Betall Orocers and Produce
BUYING: PRICES FOB COUNTRY PBODCOE
lllllaboro, Monday, April 5, 1888.
Dealers are paring the following prices for
uo Tinuni articles named :
3orn Meal, bushel
dweet Potatoes, bushel.
White Beans, bushel...
Dried Apples, lb.,.,,..,
Bacon Hams, lb
2 25a a 6i
I OUalO 00
atlTAIL FBICU Of UBOOKSSai aD nfeHMB.
Qrooeries and other articles retail from stores
at the following prices ;
CBugtr .,....,,,..., j;.
Ex. O Sugar -..i.
A Bagar . ."..
Out Loaf and Powdered Sugar.
Coffee, Bio ,
Tea, Imperial, Y. H. and O. P.,
XJiaca ................ ...
floor, good family brands, ewt
ii n it i,bj.
Molasses, N.O ,
QoldenSyrup. . , ,
SelLKanawaaead Ooii.bW. . . .
.. 8Jjfa 1
.. 10a 14
.. 40a 80
.. 12 Wa 15
.. 3 75a 3 00
..6 60a' BOO
.. 40a 45
.. Utfa 30
amt.Oitytugareured 12a lljf
UTC BTOOK.- -
ataatvea. cwt. arrOM 3 S0a S II
eaves, shipping 4 00x 4 75
and uubim, per owl a oee w
t?wta ffoasr..... ., ,.... 8S8a87S
Kags groat.... 8 88a 4 SO
Cows, with carve', ,. ......KMiMN
SUIIOOL EXAMINERS' QUESTIONS.
Heanlt of lite Meeting; on SMardny,
April Srtl. '
t. Vli:i t vt'ilw tiiiti lie'iimtle ti:isalvi?
J. How Is the present participle in
nil wrlit iiimle? Tile perfect participle?
1. How tiiuny verbs In the Enitlbli
IniiniiinL'? How ninny of them itru
rcKtilHi? How mutiy irri'gulnr?
4. How ninny xm8 tire thf re? How
rtiHiiy KtMiilem In English Grmiiiiiiir?
0. Wlilch H unmet, iiml whyV,
Moseses' luw, or Moses' law; LiiiIIim
shoe?, or lndlf'rt tOmo; Gentlemen 'm
ruriilpiiiiigsiipit', iirgLMilleiiU'ii- tuiniali
(!. Give the mooilof the verba In the
followinu: (a) "Tliouuh he Ihv mi',
yet will I trust lilm." (6)If lie IhlnkH
ns lie spt'HKi, he nmy snreiy ue (rusted,
(cl If he nee the mIumhI. he will ulmwer,
7. Correct the followlug: (a) When
will we threo meet again, (ft) Who
lire you lookini: fur. (cT The Book of
I'milms were written by D.ivld. (it)
This one seeiUH more preferable than
8. Whut U tlie foniplement of h verb?
1). Niiine the puts of speech.
10. Diiigriiiu tin,' iiimlysl's of the fol
towing sentence : j
"So strange thy outcry, and tbyworda
so strange v
Thou interpiixed, Hint my sudden band,
Prevented, spares to tell thee yet by
VVImt It intends; till first I know of theo
What thing thou art."
1. How many degrees in a right
angle Y In tho three angles of a tri
angle? What part of a circle can n
horse tied in the corner of an equilater
al triangle graze over V
2. A farmer sells a horse at a proilt
of 4 per cent, of the selling price.
What per cent, profit does he make on
the in vestment '(
3. In turning a cart within a cir
cle the outer wheel makes two turns
while the inner makes one. The
wheels are 3 ft. high and the axletree 5
ft. long. "What is the circumference of
the circle traveled by the outer wheel?
4. A can do a piece of work in ii of a
day, 1) in 3-6 of a day, and C in a day.
in what time can tney nil uo it wonting
5. A man sells two horses at an equal
price. On one lie gains 25 per cent.; on
the other he loses 20 per cent. His loss
by the transaction is $10. Cost of each
. A loir 12 ft. in circumference and
10 ft. long is wrapped once from end to
unit witli n rope, bengen oi rope t
7. Add four hundred and two thou
mdtlis, and sixteen hundred thnus-
4iidthf; irom tbe kuiii subtrnct hIx hun
dred thousandths, multiply by two hun
dred hundredths, and divide by fourteen
thmisHiul and twenty ten-thousandths.
8. A whole-otle, dealer Bells tn a retail
er Ht VI ner cent, nrnfit. anil tho rotiiller
ellK tiT the consumer at'50 percent. prof
It. What part of tho price paid by the
consumer Is profit?
1) I bought a 0 per cent, mortgage for
$2.00 at 5 per rant, discount, with two
years to run; what interest do I get on
I he. money invested, if the mortgage Is
salisnen Ht inuturltv r
10. There are two clo.'ks, one ot which
iriiliiH 30 seconds a day and the tll r loses
At ceenlHIS. II the. IMtlMltllUIIIS "eat
nether when both clocks tndlcato exactly
0 o'clock, what time does phcIi allow
when they next Deal together?
1. Xamo the Presidents elected by
the Democratic party.
2. How and where was the Alabara?
claim settled and what was it?
3. When, where and bv whom was
slavery introduced? -When and by
what was it terminated?
4. What are the differences in belief
between the Democratic and Kepubli
5. What was the result of the war of
1812 i n hat was the chief cause of the
6. Name the commanders of the
Army of tho Potomac during the Re
1. Was Andrew Johnson impeach
8. What Indians made a treaty witli
wiuiam rennr What Indians were
thought by some to be descendants of
the mound builders? j '
9. What was the "Cradle of Liber
ty?" Charter Oak? Elmtree of Shack-
10. Name the present Cabinet .offi
cers, me rresiuent or tne u. S. Senate
anu the Speaker of the House.
1. How Is the District of Columbia
governed ? i
2. In what doea geography differ from
3. Name the conditions requisite for,
tha life of plants. s ,
4. How many classes of objects do we
recognize In natumT Name each. .
5. Name tbe principal .articles manu-
aciurea in rersis, trance and Japan.
0. On what bodies of water would vou
sail in going from Trieste to Bombay?
7. Give tbe latitude and longitude or
Memphis, Prescot, Rome, Cairo and
8. Give tbe reasons why you think tbe'
uanu ib ruuiiu.
1). Moat of tbe rivers flowlmr Into the
Atlantic Ocean have Important towns or
ciiiennar me uiiaaie nt their courses,
Why Is this so? Name rive cities so sit
uated. 10.. Name and define the subdivisions
oi tne animal Kingdom.
TURORIr AMi PRACTICE.
Write a page or more on the recita
tion, staling Its objects, the different
method of testing, - the advantage ol
each, tbe characteristics of a good
question, the errors to be avoided, etc.
An old physician, retired front practice, hay
log had placed in bis hands br an East Indh
missionary tha formula of a simpla Tsgctabia
reuieuj tor me speedy ana permanent cars or
Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma,
and all Throat and Luna: Affections. -iltn a
positiTs and radical eqra for Nervous Debility
and all Nervous Complaints, after haTisw
tasted its wonderfol curative powers In thou.
anas oi hhs, oaa nil is us aaiy-t stake It
Known tu in nraenng leuowsr-aerattea.bT
taia motive and a desire to reliere hnaau
anUfering, I will send free of charge, to all wfco
desire it, this rKlavin;CkrmWftehr
Ksgiisb, with fail directions for prefarlaf and
bjsh ayjmaii pj Mdneattff. wftta
tamp, namlag his paper, .W..A. Mora.
reuti't Block, RoAaUr. k. Y. 7s5ow-M
f ' i
A.fweeA letter A candied la.yoWSt
Lantdl Cafut-n. ' j ; tY , '
i ' The Boot ftkeErll.
To thoroschlr core aorofnla'ii'i"'
tit strike directhr at the root of the' aviL
ia-snaetlv what Hood's Uarsaparllla Coea.
aetiag spon tha blood. thorotkiWv stsaaaiB. ft
i, ana nnmK.om
of scrofula la tha vital !
have been cored of scrofula by Hood's Rusa
parllla, Ustlfy to 1U woadstful boo-jn5
!"""" "" y aw ocaasjana. P 'i
A green grocer-r)nrWbo,1trni-
Harlord Journal. '' fej
' t ,
Bad breath aiiaaa ttam thavatMaui.. dmA
caa be easily eorrectedlf yosttaks nimsissM
isnr neguiavor., as is paoauarir
tha stossaeh, corrteUBg aaiaiiy,
f ! aaaas and sIliTlnslalisamll
altar satlsg, a lialf-lahlsspooarwl, it i
4Mi tha feed aaa .asans perfsM
asWiMit whtob that naMlsan tVac
tosata. mast saaae. Tfca Baaakasr i
liUnusaii. oans dymissis. ooastiBatl
sttfc baaaaeas, is aaraly vegetable aa4
m. , Tak.
Tbe Arkansas Travelers. j
Cbiilirwrtt; from Ihe firtt page.
Perhaps it was owlngto Ills fidgeting, and
perhaps also, to the increased load that
pony made a false step, just as they
were in the middle of the river. As
pony lunged forward, striving as best
aGe could to regain her footing and bear
up her precious burden against tho re
lentless current, the boys reallxed their
danger mid clopplng their legs on either
side of thu pouy, Alec clinging tightly
to the mane and Otis, with a vise-like
grip, to tho back of the saddlo and to
Alec's coat-tail, they hung on. As pony
stumbled, she very naturally went head
foremost, but almost as quick as thought
she righted herself, regained a solid
footing, raised her head above the
waves, blew tho water out of her nos
trils, and struggled on.
The worst was soon past and in a few
moments more the boys jumped down
on terrafirma. They were warmly wel
comed by Bob, who had been standing
on thd bank, watching tho whole per
formance with intense eagerness. Vary
ing emotions must have been, rushing
through his mind and, for aught we
know, he may have thought of himself,
as a lone "Arkansaw traveler." As the
boys jumped off the pony, he came run
ning up, seized each of the boys by the
hand and shook it heartily as ho, ex
claimed earnestly : ''I say, boys, just
one inch more, and you would havo got
your ever-lastingl" I
1'ook," said the undaunted Alec, "A
miss of an inch, is as good as a mile. I
knew pony would make tho riflle."
Boys, you can easily imagine that pony
had a big feed of corn for dinner that
lay, and well she deserved it, for Had it
not been for her noble exertions I
should not have this truo
story to. tell
Alec and Otis were as wet us rata, np
to their shoulders, and so a lire was
built up on tbe bank of the river, to
dry their clothes by. Before they were
fairly dry,-somo one proposed to catch a
mess of fish. They were all right in'for
it, and the fishing tacklo was soon
brought out. The next thing was some
bait. Thoy hunted high and low, but
not a worm could they find.- At last,
Otis, who had gone some distance down
tho river, came back with three sickly
worms that he had found. He gave
one to each of the boys, and they all
baited their hooks fully expecting to be
drawing in fish in a jiffy. The bailed
hooks were tossed far out into the
stream and each boy patiently waited to
get a bite, but not a nibble could -any of
them get. Finally their patience 'was
completely exhausted, and in no very
good humor, they gave it up for a bad
job. By this timo it had commenced
snowing, and they began to think oi a
place of shelter for the night. Alec
mounted thje pony, telling the boys that
he would push on ahead and if possible
find a place, and for them to follow at
a brisk gait. He rode anead, two or
three miles, and finding no place, turn'
ed back to meet tho boys and talk the
matter over. He met them silently
plodding along, each lost in his own
meditations, which, judging from the
ejaculations in the form of "cuss words,"
were not the most pleasant.
Just as Alec met them, be espied an
old tumble-down cabin off to the right,
which had escaped him as he had
passed. As he came up to the boys and
reined up the pony he said, "Well boys,
I guess the best we can do is to go down
here and put up at .the Cabin House,
It is not a first-class hotel, but I think it
will do for 'Arkansaw travelers,' in t
pinch." "In a pinch, yon say," mut
tered Otis. -"None of your nonsense to
me now, about "Arkansaw travelers,"
and he put in an adjective just before
that word "nonsense',' which I ;omit , as
it was much more expressive than reve
rential. r "Oh, pshaw, man,'said; Alec,
asherodeon1 toward-the cabin, J'you
musn't get down in the mouth, just be
cause it snows a little and we, have no
feather bed to jeleep on to-night. Hi will
ali.be right in the morning."
When thetwo boys arrived Alec had
taken a survey of the premises; and hod
tied the pony in one corner of the cab
in, determined to make tbe beat of things,
The cabin bad no floor and no roof, ex
cept a little on one comer, which Alec
thought would help to keep the snow
off of them a litUe. The chimney had
fallen down, so that tbe only chance was
to make tbe fire on the floor. A good
sized log was rolled out in the middle of
the cabin, small wood provided and
soon a bright fire was blazing beside it.
Alec and Bob were busy gathering wood
to keep the fire up during the night,
but as soon as it began to burn brightly,
Otis sat down on a chunk beside ( it,
rested his chin in bis hands and began
to meditate upon bis unhappy, lot,. He
bad set; in this attitude for some' time,
when be was aroused by Alec, who bad
thrown down a load of wood , and bad
been sUndingaiientlyfjwrtcafaig him for
foil ( ' rUU'lnitlr,! n .f Xtmi
otwmwmwv.' vaw w.wi.-r
and growled "What in tbe deuce are you
looking at 'me so for?" Alec seemod'to
have grown fully six feet in that one
minute. With hU wiry little body,ak
straight as an arrow and, bis' ibiaek eyes
almost flashing fire', lie tjild)'" ""??,&
here, jumbo, -I got a ducking ito-day on
yoar'account, bntl 'didu.esH.' 1 mHwT
for that. You are just aottf a Ma'
Bob and! together arid'lt is gettfng;,eV
tlrely too thin for us to get up all the
wood.and dcookingbiljRU set
there ana toast your spins. Now, yon
can just do one of twe things. Yos
can get up and come out here and helj
get; in this, night wood, or you can get
up and pit, whichever you please." Otis
had been out of fix all the afternoon"
and now, as he looked Alee straight In'
tne eyes, it was piain to oe sews uoaa
the flaaaot hi own eyes that his "dander"
ant ainnv arithant tha cosnnaaiwof aavl
Ziia-fw -5iii .uwLJi.-"IPt?Jj iniLtmmlLtt
tc UUlJIIIWt.HliWIM ...
j&jmm(topptmi0fz oao mtoa ooi
there," he 'aMed,s he'Vtblteu up his
gun and went. out, Into, tho stormy. "All
right, parti," Alec 'tailed aftbr him,
Bob had been nlamliliatmostsMecK-
less listening to and hatching the little
episode above tiRrrntcd, and as Oils
seemed to be in earnest about leaving
them ho said: "Chum, you oughtn't to
be so hard on Otc I believe lie is about
half sick." "So am ,t two-thirds tick,"
dryly responded Alec, nhd im he turned
about to finish bringing hi the w6od lie
added: 'Sfust you leave him atone and
he'll come to, his milk soon enough.!'
"I don't know so well about that," re
plied Bob, as he busied himself prepar
ing supper. The wood was brought in,
a good pile of straw brought from an old
straw-rick near by for a bed, and supper
was eaten, but still Otis had not "como
to his milk." "Plague-on my temper,"
said Alec, "I wish I hadn't talked quite
so short to Otc. Like t always 'do when
T get mad I said more than I meant."
"He may curl up in a. fence corner and
go to sleep for good," said Bob musing
ly, which last remark ho wished he had
kept, to himself, for ho saw that it made
his chum still more uneasy. About
eight o'clock. they heard a noise outside
and Alec ran out and peering throtfgh
the darkness and snow' perceived tho
dim outline of a man, with a gun on his
shoulder. Without waiting forhim to
speak Alec said, "Ote, come in and have
something to eat and a cup of coffee. I
was too hasty this evening." 'Otis came
striding forward, saying, ,"(,' t'eg your
pardon' for contradicting you,, but i vou
wasn't any such thing., It wat -me that
wo too hastiji and a danv fool'm'the 5af
oain:" Alec sraveliishahd si heartv shake
as he said, "Veii, you may',have it) Yhat
way it you, want to, tmt let.us let By
gones, be bygones. 1 1 Come in and take
somnthlntr to warm vmr'tin'ln where Voti
live." They entered"tho' cabin arm in
arm ''and Bob' couli hardlyrepreas a
smile at theiuiden.turi .of, affairs, and
nt the, conversation- he land overheard.
The coffee pot' Was soon! boiling1,' the rab
bit and some of the Johnny cakes done,
and then Otis sat down to suci a supper
well,, to such anyone as he j had not
oaten since the last one ihis mother
cooked for him. Alec'sat by, replenish
ing his coffee-cup every few minutes,
and bringing ou more' johnny cakes as
fast as they disappeared before the rav
enous appetite of his comrade. At last
Otis said he couldh'feat another johnny J
cane u tie uau "a ton oi;iuem.anq tney
wero all spoiling to be eaten." hoAlec
stnnnpd. hut Bnh could sen with hia
eyes shut that Aled enjoyed 'tliot 'supper
fully as much as Utis, and, as he alter
ward.cxpressed it: "It was nip and tuck
which enjoyed it the most." It' was
such a bitter cold night that it was
thought host to take 'turns watching, in
order to keep tha fire barning.' Tbe
bed was made on. the leeward side of the
log, so that the smoke blowing over the
sleepers would encase them in a kind of
envelope audjthcy could.sleep almost as
snugly as if home in bed. Otis was
bound, to take first, watch, which thsy
decided was to last two hours, at the ex
piration of which he was to call up Alec
for his two hours, and, so on, 'round,
Tbe boys turned in and Otis kept the
fire burning btighfly till his two hours)
were up, when he concluded as he was
not very sleepy that he, would just take
Alec's watch, too. Replenishing the,' tte
he thought he would lie' down on'sotne
straw by it forjdst a few ininutes, till
it needed some more wood. He laid
down with his head toward the fire, arid
the first thing he knew, he woke up i al
most Irozen, and the firo' almost but and
imagine his surprise, when j he, found
that before it bad gone out it r had burn
ed nearly the whoWqfhU )mt,,crbwn'j out.
Ue feu of the top oij his bead and found
it was all there, but the'inysteryte'him1
was, and perhaps willbe to, all who
read this, how it happened' that it.J
not set his hair on fire.' That ,i it"
. . . - . . " " . "..''. "i
not is a fact, but Why not,', is inejcf'
( To be contiuntd.) inn.
a ' - - " '
"I hSTe sold your rtmedy for, rheumatism
and neuralgia Athlophoros, and haTS, need it
la bt own famllr with parfaat aneaasa.- il
think it a first-class rtmedy," is tbe eiiawn Of
ti. v. rayior. a aruggiatoiKouTiiit, u,, ana
ine opinion is correct, no
Portland, Oregon, has a, number of
Chinese lepers on her poor farm. They
are kept in an inclosure of a couple of
acres, surrounded by an eight-foot fence,
An Aniwer Wanted. ,xf'
Can any' one bring ns a ease of kidney oi
lUer complaint that Electrk), Bitters will net
speedily enre ? We say tbey , itn sot, as thou
sands of oases already parsaanentty eared and
wuo are aauy reoommenaing Mctno instert,
will prors. Briabt't.dlteaae, dtebstes, weak
back, or any urinary complaint quickly cured.
Tbey purify tha blood, regulate tbe bowels.
and act directly on tha diseased parts.! Krary
aror sate at duo aooiueny
eeynert a. uo..
The Boston Atheneum will, hereafter
open its library on Sunday afternoon for
reaucrs, out not ior issuing uooaa. xne
Atheneum riow has. about 1
BE YOUR OWN PHYSICIAN I
rsa foryears 4.gmt.MfftiVJi
CojBDlainta and waskntasas so aom
atx.'aad dusatrM.of baiaK'CBnd.
fpcad tmi,mUAtmtiMj Bfs4iMr,
fssstilts aaa ttMwisf , trUawai bjatat) sa
lasteivtaasitstnai taMiintitaau tartosagraai
ludeebe wfll send rasa, atos(fasIatntnsn
Vatsiln t-H-4)miW.miii.- .atttWsat.
) sttstt)), Ksw m-istus , MVCrsesV
, n. ii'jti.aswaatn)-'-' .- iswyin'
In the fltstatwwr aaaissaseaf Mc.
1 ) awlsPsjW aWPp
the oadeHnt sfrg74ft;
r?, i U) ( nb&ttr
I t.-l'I mtJa iti.
Was ssVflMVWiHBtyi HWBSVV9 mkWWkwmti"'
iiti.nfci J,A miij.tiit
bars' wtUSiiin7mHL' aaafa
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A., tadv ho
ill ilia !! siflssiAiBuaia aaia raaain r - -.-
of beltar iSnn .ita.at1al.a u4snBBr a-.X't.iAauJ .Uli.'
t SSI SB WSSMtWSyfBI .yty ajaja m gSSjajtjajV gStBS3BJsyalSSV BalsB .sHsWaVlgsl atAsMmtMaMSHatJSBaM data aMtaJ
t wiu mmawKW iiiiin mtnrw gtaatisaiaiaa mm m fasstsw -
A'-' m imat Bism
That Tiva F$m
Th'o warm weather has it debllttatins! estect?
especially' upon' thoso whbiu within doors
most of i ho time. The peculiar yet ebmintm,'
complaint Vndwii ai '"that tired tetllng,"
to the result. iTkls feeling aaa be entirely
overcome Ibyn taklag' I Hood's .Sarsaparlua,
which gireti new llfe ansT. strength to all'
the functions 'of the body.
"1 could aot ileepi' had.no appetrte. I
took .Hood's Barsaparilla and soon began .to
sleep, soundly, .could, get up, without that
tired, and laoguld, feeling;, and my appetite
.Improved." K,A.SAktord, Kent, Ohio.
Strengthen th fiiateM
Hood's SoraaparllVa. Is characterized by
thrco i-eoullarltlea't lit, tho ept.oilnaHan'of
, remedial agcfits.iiCd.thoprojxJrtton; Sd.the
.prooet of securlaK. thotcctlro. medicinal
qualities. Tho result UnimUcIneotucnsual
atrcrigth, , ettqeting cures ,lil;hQrto ,unluio7fn
Send for book containing additional evidence,
. "Hood's Eiraararllla tones up my system,
" purlf.cs lay I !ol, siMrpvut mvorjietlte. rind
seems to n:.M;o me cror.'t. J. V. Tbompsosj
Hcgl-.tcr.oi. h'if,, Ix.;cll, Mats.
i.i "H'l'ii Bir'Vpnrllb. iVptn al others", and
"lh r.-nrtli lt-t v.-tviiit In t- V.." - I, luitiiutaroir,
130 lunk ti'.tcct, New iYorie Cltyj 4
Hood'p1 ,SarsaparJ!la ,
Bold by r.tl lirussfsts. ji t.alx, fPTi$ iMade
cnlyC..IvKO,0.:5 CO., LowclMass.
IOO Dosoo-t One Dolr.
JSJSJsBk. ' n " ' '"
r -mre yoO- nil inii
ot tbe Urtr. V. It. BKRNAKD, KAfASCntjTir.n
a.iiw auA-HaJ.Jlta Utl ,bWKa ssMtTsts tmn. Ml'.Ua
.msrerr mneb.aaain uaeiWeek's tlnia
-II i mi n.u.wuwsanm,up,sA,ti
TMtlmftny of Krain watmaiailMUasstetl oa.'l
"I haT nacd SitaauaaUTcr Bcniftor for.CoiuUi
paUoa ot my.loirtfa, cSxteiTif Ttefeporkry Ve'
SAFER AND BEnER
THltl PII nHn I ' hare'bn ni)W'to'
( the LlTer. and hare bwn In the habit of taklnir
from IS I SO Brains ot calomel, which generally laid
uptorttarwor foot daya. I LaUly.l.oavo been
DinmnH utver neinuaufr. wuku k-b uv
muaasrl suar. ImtarraaiUota. to boatV.
if. UOp, lljwiujrpBT, Omo.
I j ONLY GENUINE !f
, . t WAMVrACTtmD BYl'ti - ' I
J. H. ZEIUMk CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
' . 'RiCE. I.OO. ; "
InPERHL En Food
WW1T1 sswttlittt ewtnCWlflsi
puac thu fid ana weuttsmi otto of, wUl repay yoa
bettor than aoTothar stock- joa aaa keop. . ..
ui l iilf,i U.Tti!) U liir 'j,
QeoTgeitnviv,' Browrt Countyy 0.
Hj;iT lln imut ' "A -hi u
J ii; -.'i- ,1't'riiil'. . !' J Ii ; i'
.rl ii Tint! it o (RiiJi.viiJt.-i i'j ncf i'i.
1'" Extensive! 'Kbotlomlcal '.'J
' ii'ii'iiia Jfi'iil w in "iiilvfo. ' I ''
111 I ., Jinilil llll y II il Mill 1(1 Kill, ..'i i
H The. third; term ptitblsi'lreaQypctjnlarBdrii
cattonai inttitation wui eommenoe tushwaju
ftf 1ifn"fWtfla www ww- ui
' 11 t, i.ll li it'rnit'ifi ilfn, J t,iii''ili;
Inar.iKhatau-lai rarrataloarr. aooloarv. Heta.4
uM.la.1ls. aa,is1aasatjt..tV kaWA tiutslr astaialltiwtti .aval
twynnptlj StwaaaB,tiitaiisV sasaassy ajsasitiama. eaaaaaiiaajasf oa-oa
r1Qti-i rfl ), irjjuA io i i -itj it ii.
1 nHi ii'irll nrrti n , i i i
i" tii ) IilndoiTi ri il (. to ' '
IPITION i-Tq .Wieegs; psrabu? . Yio ?o'
G6od table board, iii elubt, per'weeki ' 1
, .. i.'ir ' in ill Jtt.60.la2.00.
1Wll,furnlshadirpqBis,itwi7tU; a two, tor
,7ecU piipll, per.weeK, 10 to fifJosnta.
Boardlorprlvktelfauillltt at VeaaonaSle
?.!?'. ir i ? h . ,11 ... ' ..ill,
.Total ezpeute aalow.usatHiiy otliefalml
lartenoot. ' ''l ;'" "
fuplla ean entanat anytime. Uorlng, tbe
toriu ojr.uiuriHK irMMI siio.vuu in, uisiiiii4ijii
till tbe close of tlla aetialuii. ,; '.-
.j I Ml JTIJ V''l'lll" II I I ' 'Ik'
. forprlleurflcrsStlo Prlriclpti, t
i ui' yiii?("irtilSAA(j'iMltCHttL, i,
' 7i, lo: i it Snp'tiPabltttBeheolt,'
l H i, Ii 1 1 lliti OKOROEYOWM', O.
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'' wmnKmiew v
taaSalrnBastwInar oolor wLm
jAHV HtlvvttmHWtUaIWIlVslsm WK'tl .
eu azainst aiaeaae. aaa swwir anning tonias
tlal Mift' -irlBiMtuoUUaaeal fOfcola WiaarTaaaaaTllYr
'161U ifi'' W6VMPniVr3S? K
iD.r u;nni nniET. vn
toss by Btiog Parker'ti tf sir Balaam waHelyett
W5s jighii fiu HB nu f-innnltU HA )
aarattia tintahliatUaa MtiMki:iJwi r.vol
I in -"' ""' -'WiCLj-.",- TTi..l.i.ti
I'laWsatta tUHNk ID" '''
it fi'Wiati'i- ylltilij'tv
UBMS nay bo fed to prOBtfoo ess aa well as cows oaa
tl bo ridto nradBot BlU. Jtronraolanbor U rstunj
two or thraotbkaa at mairasjsVaSTOO.ara.70a wlu pro
hibliUara, on lnanlrr, tbatWls f eedlns; his fowU srllH
ffinwont i rVnn wKHM wfilAl, nnntAltia all thM nm nasal
iort la trtfl!na3S5
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MI , . . n 'II '
iaHLAIf p OOtJKTY..
, i niUsbnvPtuti
vIavmi (rnnMis. InrKe, Into.1 tiro
llouni of .elevf n irooms
elstetus,all tii.fioiMl. condition. . .,-,,. ,
House of ton i6bmN,never-rHtllnM spring,
MM.LMti.M .ik.l .,.lnl.l l.n..'H.lllhi Hlllt.
able for dairy. ' ' ' '
t 'r. ill Ruasell. , f
vHrrasenf nvHitwms.ln good repnlr.tlSO.
i, Farm In Washington Tp.,167iorea,60norea
af timber, eniiU.liilprrivetneuiK.SlOHn ncre, ,
'Faftu In WaalHHi'.lriii "Tp.( 40 ndr",512 an
acraV " ' .' Ki i '
Farm In. nrnshcr,eek'Tp., 0 ocri-, fnlr Im
proyeiiicula.Roocj or;uiartt,p3 acrcs.ot tlnilif r.
Farm In'llrnslicreelt Tp 101 rteH (n part lu
Pike Co.) good hiiprovenioutf, fine orclinrtl,
SlSannere, 4,,,..,t L,,i,if i,,, .
Farm In New MarO' Tp, JW acres, good
bnlldInRS,'fliieiorehan, all small frnlu, $21
"?r'-, i tiiuxod t6uii:
Farm lh Oiark'Tri.'.'SlocrhJ fnlr Improve,
menu, $23 an acre.
I , Adams, Comity. .,
Tract In Oreen fp., 2Go ticres,unimprnve,
IS an sere, -i
'Fr siile'eK easy terms.
(3-mi) , 8. P.'BCOTT, Hlllsboro, O.
mil t T
h U; In o
PIUCE SLtEPIHG im
i i.i( m laxonra etitonxitD
I I Mil.
W 1 1
'itt'd'-i i(w rtiM.i mt-MK't 'ixt
.j tliiili 'jUijuii tW i i in mil in 1
"Wso.iil wl l,i
V 1 4 ST. rl&UIS.
trf ,J. lOm -tSIf tTSSMM-lpr. a f-M frrjnl
JSS3i . ' OMa
AtrH-Ta. TMSturrW tsT. t. .
iesNtSst; arid lioMthvvest
Through 'minis Leare Hillsborafor,
OUtcleaatV for oil point ast, and
far, Vff Hhilngtoii; Colarabas,
Intermedlate points at ,
'7:10 ia.m., StSo'lk'.'te.'
.,,Por,,lurthur,Jntormatio ,80 ,fhe,rlest'
possible rnfes, apply to! n' .i-t t
(d m !!.. Agent.C.W.4iB.BJLt. I
ti'Mll -HnxsaoBo. I
'jiidtm i'or'o"'!M ' '' ' t
E. E. PATTO.S.TraT. Pass. Ag't, ChllHcdthe. O..
I. tl, HTEWAnT.-t "ill'i WJ'H.KIKQ.
fl - rlluiS.f
",vn Jttiil niiiliimviu liio
"inolinvjul uuxl'tnow iiirlV"
'.mill lniiiini uvsiil li'I'
uiili'iliiiow uwoJ n)l) Jills' !((iIIuik1 Im,
ir)J "i(il-i -jUw util liiim'.tlti hf.il odtHrll
.n'linii jumii-'ii m' rv .imuiiwri' ?
tas . . afa-
jjia you jup-
liii.4 ,iifi iinoii't j.'i in m 7-poi' i"
liun" ;i!tnJli)'i ,v iidJhoII JJtil :'ll
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Ut WcMtr'xrlt tf'fcHMliilafMf"
JelW taj at MM Vansi'ip' ntint nbVwi ii
III nl tUlnl eMid villi jiUM "tii lif
vldul lina iwili tiJ iWr Jv1th tlisiiJo-ii
i t' 'iai
sasW':aBv"al ease 4a! '
TOoT" .? ""wr a. -
TO- til 1
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i iii isss aaass
rtas Sutsniis'esot twit. . I
WHOW VNACQUAINTIOWITH THI nsNU"HT;W,THW OOHNTRV, WH.V
UK XAMIalHIO TttVsaVtS. TtUTTHt h '.'
- In fill linn f i iniii I ii t TT-mirmn
'""(l ' 'woJStB SlT l B & N''s il t'JBbS
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ni l BllcA 2W',SaakSICTbJ5yat8fB8aLa I'MStWkWWwnl
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-..ii ii ri-A'TrrTCU' ""Jtm Ra(tfPrMinsnti"isi 'ti " .
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it atEtSasjBssasa5iiS .
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY '
' " -By reason of its central potdttonand dose relation to an Mnclpal lines Bast and'
West. t)t Initial and terminal .points, oopstttutes the most tmportaat mld-bontl-
MvaLl llnV In t.i&S'. SlUMlJiiii 4rIt:hvAnfrn ,'t'rfl.niirinv.tjsMnn rlitftK InvlUa mv.A am!14-
I , ta,ta travel and traffic senrtiin oltTee . of tbe Atlantic and Paclllo Ooaata: It
la .silso the' favorite td Met Aauta to trad, from potote Kaat,Ncarthetsaaad
4 siMgetiilTfend qprrt)esHtpg) ptjlnts y oeyprthweet and qouthw t. . . .
Ante Rock: ItSgid eTtWtaltoladM bt main Bnelinaljraricnea, Ctdcauro,
Uqllet, CjvaBafwiguKrleMcapltae and Bock: WaSttTn rQbps;
v IfttyanpoK, miMiiSm. Wtttibitop. l.Faitflea.. Ottumwtv OtaTocjast.,Watt
iVvBataUsBBZ!latvannaUsC Bt. PstuL' In Vtnn&nta - Wsitatoom
Bikc-MHaiWot! ttata-MsSiieroittea. towns, willsgtjti and ftlotts, - J
i i riWiisf 'naiaT T'ssiiriif mi iHit BBaniivapu
ttuttssBQiUlT;ujsrtai sMTttatMaja). roflintr stock aa near pttrMcUo&(aa
r 'Ms 4tapeT atsg-thait MjjtaattlttHdpTlne yBcgeraa toe prMttoal
1 luxurtetjiof ftjr sweager BqutpaWtWt.ry.i.' ,ii, . i inti'itu n ' irisit
i FeJooe Sleepers of the latest ded-n,Tand tnimptuotis Dinuur Carit,r)nwfalcb '
ataoTini ntnlr oookstd maalsi sua liiliini ulin aiolaiii n trrmt I BsavaataoVi I-waltlnar ,m
Apnatltav and HetUth- on- lj& -Jartfoefo" Cfchtfssp ,fmt, Kansui OUy ,aid ,
IHOlsl alFAflt auwl flsWAHts lltTat. tsBAstwtatasTri nhlanaatfA tuift VtnnaaaMtsnMai and O 1al1
'l raiDJMajajjtjaqagltiaat gYiaMi',itiaiiai?il,
Si I f'tLartwtttaaflttiwj&iliitrit
g( OoimoU aJgfcjfgMJgifeMlfc(t and Bt Paul tuidtottamadlatoHhMaVi
Tli ttij iil'ilWijrfl ffrMf iuiTi u Unf5d sKtataSuSl StUsBrlf
iat) iJLffSWiMrUri'lTla nulnwrioll .'' T'lS1" "' ' trt iii&fiw'iJi'm4SV'-
l,,iw,i. imotU.JOAWMMm oi uM; WiMaTTJpS) BKttSgT
I H' "eewaerwaMaaaor,wwieaiiwl ,fHffr.f.r?!l!ffg!',llfU
1 For Rfieumatltm.
Doctor Thomat' EeHetfh 911.
i" spent Fifty stellars .".''
la doctoriac for. theuatatttra, bafort I triad
Thtmmf EcUltrU OU. .Vted a so-ctat bottle of
this medicine, and got out in one week. For boms
and .ssralat It It MCtUtat.f Jai. Durham, East
Pemtirekt, N. Y.
r il 4 1 , . .64' i'Jf '- i'
Vast Can DetieaiA fln It.
For terera Tooihackel and Neuialala of the
ctrtainly the best thlntl ever knaw fo'r the ro
tit) aula ff ttUft na' I?rtrml
OU. Tbit It
ues oi nun oi any atna. i no nouse is dctct wun
out It." Mrs. A. M.
Flank, 177 Tupptr Strttt,
.... x -."penbm Right lip,
"Hawa tried Tktmu- EtUcMc Oil for troop .
and eoloa, and. Sad it tho' best rttstdy I have
atod in rer Itnily." Wok Kay, ate Plymouth
,, BoHalo.W. Y,
. .30 - :'
,1 "Mr ttaasbttr wat iy bad el on accomtet
a eaM,aad pain la her blast. Dr. TkfmtuP Me
hetrle OU cured Atr tn ttotntf.ntr Aturt. OM
of. the boys r wat eared of tort throat. ThitaMdl.
v '-i. wnriifl WAtatVamvsaU
Tab ISnckacy, Lake Mabtsac, N. Y, ,
aaa srontoa woootrt in our itmHy." AJ-
Notice to Contractor!.
BALED PBOPOSALU will be received-a
the office of the clerk of tha Board of Ed-
neatlon of Peon township, in Highland eaanty,
Ohio, until twelve o'lock at noon, on tbe 19th
day of April, A..D. 1886, for, building a school
house on ths lot situated In Joint 8ub-dlitrlot
No. 9, In said township, according o the plans
and tpeclScatlobk on file in said i Bee.
Each bid must' contain the name of 'every
person Interested In the same, and be accom-
..Htl1rf.t .Mtl.Unl iMtMnh, At'annjl'AlaSn.
teretted penon, that, if the bid it accepted, a,
oontract'wiU be entered Into, and the perform
ance of it properly teeured. The bid for each
kind of material called lor by the specifications
mutt be itated separately, and the pries ,of
eaoh given, and) the price pt labor mutt, also
be separately stated.'. , ', .-,...
Nope, tut the lowest responsible hid .will lie
accepted, and the board may rtje6t all bids.
Alto, tald Board of Edncttlon'ofTtr for ' kale
'the old brick school-house now located on tald
'lot.'fov which sealed bids will be 'received and
opened at the time of opening bldt-fOT the
building of. thttoew house.'.' i ".
, Tha .nnrohaacr la reonlred tainaifeer.Mia
same before remorlng any part of It, attamutt
betmoved, together .with all rabblahjihert)
f rom by September lit, 1886. '. ,,. ,
By order of the Board, of .Education,
, W. ft. WasT, , Clerk.
March8th,A.,D.1886. ' ' ' r
THE Board of School Examiners of Highland
county give .notice, that examinations of
Applicants for Certificates will take place In the
Hifliboro Union School .building on the first
Patnrday of every month, and on the third Sat
urday of February. M&rch, April, August, Sep
prescribed by law Is 60 cents. By order of the
tu28yl E. Q. SMITH, Clerk.
Notice to Contractors.
BALED PROPOSALS will, be received at
. the office of the clerk of the Board of Ed
ucation of Union township. Highland, county.
Ohio, until twelve o'clock at noon, on, the, 19th
'day of April, 1886; for building a school bouse
on the' lot situated In Sub-District No. 2 of
said township; according t0"the plans and
'qualifications on file In iald'so'fHce. Each bid
mutt contain tbe name of every person Inter,
ested in the same landbe tccomtnnled bv a
IsufBolcntgntrtntj'Iof'tome'diiinto retted; ptr-
on tnat, ti tne bid is accepted a contract will
be. entered jinto and tbei performtnee of. it
properly- acenrtd., .Ihe ,bd for each., kind of
material .called for by the. t pecilicaflons .npqtt
be separately Stated, and' the price of each
given,-and -tbe priof of labor must also be
separately' stated. None but tbe lowest re
sponsible bid will be acctpted, aud tbe Board
mar rejeot all bids.?
By order of the Board of Education.
' - M. N. Bahkihs, Clerk.
Wn.LBtiipLX.1 O.r March 10. 1886. 17-5
i mi moil U.rtluWf !llslm X'SM't'''(V's
linn -Ptninui u unn j' tri tiiwii ii
)i) .1 i
LW,pniv, ,a ,.part(J of btatrj
but it-Is a Dart EvervlatW
uiLat .rfi-isjiiii,T i, Tiifn-ulrTTT
ItWaMIUMBtoI 2 uuni-1rA'om- .
,yioi tit oiill r?utiij iiii ,'jlvni . ui. pu
J'Vlllll , y fei