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A iOAVTOK TATtEOSlWEXBi.
DaytoC-posscsses muny polnti o'attrae
lion which interest and plctso tlic visitor.
Iho National Soldiers Home, with its
beautiful grounds and war-scarred veterans
fullof remlntecnconnd of talcs of valor;
the Parthenon-shaped County Court House,
the Cooper Academy, the Orphan Asylum,
the Lunatic Asylum and the Market
House are all public institutions well worth
seeing, and of the private residences, many
are extremely handsome and striking.
Dayton owes its importance, however, very
largely to its numerous and varied manu
factures, which give employment to many
intelligent mechanics. One of these large
establishments is the Iluckeye Brass and
Iron Works, which is well known for the
excellence of its products. A mong its em
ployees is John K. Kea, a patternmaker,
whose home is at No. 127 Jones street.
Mr. Kca speaks thus of his long btanding
trouble with neuralgia :
" That Athlophoros is tiio medicine for
neuralgia and rheumatism. It rid mo of
my pain so quickly that I could scarcely
realize that it was gone. But it was, and I
must give Athlophoros the credit of doing
vhat is claimed for it. I was an extrcmo
sufferer for four years from neuralgia, the
disease, of course, being worse at some
times than at others. It was no common
headache, but the kind of neuralgia that
confined me to my house and many times
to my bed. Last fall I had a very severe
attack, which lasted about six weeks. I
v.i3 entirely helpless and was not able to
crtoutoftne house at all. I did cvorv-
tliing and used every remedy I had used
1 tfore, but nothing gave me any relief.
" Hearing of Athlophoros, and of what a
wonderful cure it had made in the case of
Mr. Kockficld's daughter, I bought a bottle
of it. I took four or five doses the first
1 y and night and immediately began to
improve. That night I had good sleep,
I'oniething which I have not had for many
nights previous. When I awoke the next
morning my neuralgia was gone. From
that day to this I have not had it and I
hare not spent a penny for medicine
"Do you not think that a very quick
" You may call it what you please, the
neuralgia's gone and I cannot explain how
" Did you take any more of the medicine
after the first day and night?"
"Yes; I kept on using it until the bot
tle was empty for fear that I had not taken
enough to drive the disease away entirely.
Then I bought another bottle to have on
hand in case I should need it. I did not
i'se it, however, but my wife did. She hod
been subject to sharp rheumatic pains in
her shoulder, but she has never had any re
turn of them since she used the Athlo
phoros," " The Athlophoros cured vou and your
w i fe at a cost of only two dollars ?"
"Yes ; but it was not a question of dol
lars, but of how to get rid of the terrible
sufferings and be able to attend to my
work, from which I had been detained so
long. I would have given a hundred dol
lars to any one who would have cured me
as effectually as Athlophoros did for a dol
lar. It is cheap at any price, for it does what
is claimed for it cures rheumatism and
neuralgia. I have not lost a day's work
since I used it."
1 1 you cannot Ret ATiaoriionoi of your drn
gist, we will send It express paid, on receipt of
regular price ono dollar per liottle. We prefer
that you buy it from your druggist, but If he
hasn't it, do not bo persuaded to try something
else, but order at once from us. a directed.
Athlophoros Co., 112 Wall Sttwt. New York.
SYMPTOMS OF TORPID LIVER
aro a bitter or bad tasto in the mouth ; pain In the
bicfc. Rides, or Joints-often mistaken lor rheum
atism ; sour stomach s loss ot appetite; bowels al
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ITEKS may be f ed to prodooe eggs as well at cows ean
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F. C. WCVWtXVJiit Hartftrd. Cons.
Hillsboro Prices Current.
Jorreeted Weekly by H. Roads A, Co., Whole
gale and Retail Orocers and "Produce
UUYING PRICES FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE
Hillsboro, Monday, April IS, 188C.
Dealers are paying the following prices for
tbe various articles named s
Wheat, bushel 80a 85
New Cora a SO
Oats 25a '
Plour.cwt 3 25a 3 6
Corn Meal, bushel 40a 45
Potatoes 25a SO
Swoet Potatoes, bushel 75a 1 00
WhiteBeans, bushel 1 00a 1 20
Dried Apples, lb a 25
Ureen Apples 40a
Eggs, dozen 8a
Bacon Hams, lb 8a
" Bides ca
.' Shoulders a
Hay, ton 9 00al0 00
BKTAIL FBIOtS Or OBOCSBIZS ASD FSODUCX.
Groceries and other articles retail from stores
at the following prices :
O Sugar CUa
Ex. O Sugar 7a
A Sugar 7a
Granulated Busar 8a 8V
Oat Loaf aud Powdered Sugar. .... 8Xa 9
Coffee, Rio , xoa 14
Tea, Imperial, Y. H. and 0. P. 40a 80
" Buck 60a 80
Cheese, factory 12ka 15
flour, good family brands, owt..., 2 75a 3 00
' " " " bbl 5 50a 6 00
Molasses.N.O a 50
Sorghum , , a 40
UoldenSyrup 40a 45
Coal Oil 13X 20
BalLKanawna and Ohio, bbl. . .
a 1 10
Mlenlgan Mil ,
sat, City sugar cured
aisvs,ewt. gross .".
.ffcep and Lambs, pr owt
sTsjssf, ewe. froM............i
a 1 25
.. 12a 1W
..2 503 3o
,. 4 08.4 78
,.8 008 50
,. 3 stain
. 0 Ms 40 f
i Cows, with cmlvM
Tito Arkansas Travelers.
Continued from the Jint page."
us they did (hat night and that the
breakfast llio next morning was the
best they had ever eaten. After break
fast they thanked Mr. II. for his kind
ness and took their leave, notwithstand
ing it was Sunday morning.
Soon after starting, Bob tolQ Alec that
lio would move that his father send tho
turn for his favor. Aloe seconded tho
motion and it was carried without a dis
senting vote, so that the only thing nec
essary to carry the said motion was Mr.
Hardy's consent; but whether it was
given I am unable to state.
That day the boys forded two or thrco
good sized streams, crossed Ozark and
Pennsylvania prairies and about sunset,
arrived in a milo or so of Greenfield.
As they had somo provisions left, they
stopped, built n lire, made coffee and
baked ihair lost johnny cakes. Perhaps
that last supper was enjoyed as much
as any they had eaten since leaving
home. It would soon bo dark and there
fore they started on and wended their
way into Greenfield. There were still
sonic boys on tho street and as they rec
ognized our "Arkansaw travalers" they
sent up three cheers for thutn. Then
came the vexing questions, '"Say, kids,
how many scalps did you get? How
many 'bar hides did you take ? How is
Barry county for deer ? What did big
Indian say to little whito papoose?"
To which last question somo mischiev
ous boy in tho crowd grunted out "Ugh!
him better hunt him mammee."
Our three travelers, to escape this tor
nado of unpleasunt questions, quietly
separated, and dodging down alleys and
cutting across commons, were soon at
the thresholds of their respective pa
rental mansions. Here wo will leave at
least two of them, hoping that they are
wiser if not better boys. Alec, tho third
one, whom some one may say is the
hero of this story, is a better as well as
a wiser boy. I verily believe that the
same divine hand that saved him ft om a
watery grave, that bleak March day, has
guided and directed his course in bring
ing him out here to tho Buckeye State
to be educated in this Christian college.
He is my right-hand man at the table ;
but he is not the same boy who sat there
before tho holidays, for during that time
he gavo his heart to Jesus. He told me
the other day that he had given his
folks a "racket" about wanting to make
a doctor out of him arid hinted that in
stead of being a physician for the body
he meant to be a physician for the soul.
I am unable to say what calling in life,
Alec will follow, as he is still young, but
I think I am safe in saying that he will
make an intelligent Christian man.
Now, boys, in conclusion let us see
what we have Ieaaneu from this narra
tive. In the first placo I think we can
all see and will all agree, that we should
not spend our time and money in read-
mg uimc navels, lietter throw me
money in tho fire and spend the time in
counting our lingers and toes than in
Secondly, haven't we learned that
thero is "no placo like home" and that
we had better stay there until we are of
age, or till we get the consent of our
parents to leave ? I thinkso. I believe
there comes a time in almost every boy's
life, when he feels that home is a cage
and wants to go out into the world. At
least, it was so with myself and I doubt
not that I had as good a home, as kind
a father and as loving a mother as the
average Highland boy.
I imagine I hear some hoysay, "You
run off to kill bears and Indians ?" No,
it wasn't for that I thought of going.
My mind never ran much in that line.
I always took more to "books and larn
in," although never remarkable in this.
But it was due to this that such a thought
entered my cranium. I wanted to go
away from home to school a year before
father thought I was ready and when
he refused his consent, I began to think
of going anyhow. I first took an inven
tory of the notes I had in hand and to
this added tho highest cash value that I
thought my colt, calf, sheep and hog
would bring if forced on the market.
All the liilo those air castles, the delu
sion of every boy in such circumstances,
danced before iny mind. I could easily
seo myself coming homo with an M. A.,
a B. A. or, perchance, a L. L.D. append
ed to ray name aud being welcomed by
both father and mother. Then too, I
remembered of some boys who hod
taken tbe step I was contemplating and
had done well, as I thought. Boys, let
me say right here that they are few and
far between, perhaps one success to
ninety-nine failures. Yet it seemed to
me then, that the successes were plenty,
and one, in particular, of which I had
heard, impressed me the most. This
was of a poor boy who, although not
exactly running off, went off from home,
with but one suit of clothes and a poor
one at that and $5.12 in cash, if I mis
take not. I considered that he did well,
as he went to work, made a school teach
er out of himself, afterwards regained
the esteem of his father if, indeed, he
ever lost it, acquired a considerable
amount of property and, to cap the cli
max, gained some local celebrity as on
author Under the nom deplume of "Pap's
Second Son" but which was atterwaads
changed to "Bruttui." It was natnral
for me to ask myself if I could not do
equally well. I was vain enough to be
lieve that there was jnst as good stuff in
me as there was in that boy. I was the
oldest son and an I cut weeds in the
cornfield that sultry August day I solilo
quised thusly: In England the eldest
son has tho best stuff in him of any,
his baby brother not excepted. In
America pap's first son, altheugh he
stands on an equal footing with his
other brothers, ought, certainly, to have
m good raeUl in him as pap's second
stat the saost stubborn fact I had to
deal with was thst raathesutical prob
lem. Add up the colanns as J WMld,
and put down tho stock for mora than I
knew it would begin to bring, I could
seo with half ancyo that if I went away
to M-hool in town, it would bo but a few
months till iny treasury would be
empty. Then, I would be"cut off from
the base of supplies" add tho-only alter
native would be for mo to "root for my
own living" and let the education go, or
at all events it would como very slow.
So, boys, the upshot of the whole matter
was, I decided to stay at homo and take
things as they should come. I never re
gretted it and if 1 live to bo ns old as
Methuselah I never expect to.
The story of the "Arkansaw travelers"
is now told and I am about to bid you
all adieu. It is truo in nil the main
features, or at least, as they were related
to me by ono of tho chief actors in it.
The facts have been embodied in my
own language and in so doing, some of
the characters may have been misrepre
sented. The boys may have been rep
resented as coming homo in better style
than they really did, which I think is,
more than likely, tho case. But it is
natural for nn author to sympathize
with some, cr nil of his characters, and
you, gentle reader, will kindly pardon
me for any mistake I have made in this
In laying down the pen, if this story
has not proved uninteresting to its many
renders and if it has influenced any one
in giving up reading trashy literature, or
has been the instrument in God's hands
of making any boy think more of home
and loving father and mother, I shall
feel that I am abundantly repaid and
that I have not written in vain.
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A Japnnoan Scone.
About midway in tho feast three
girls of sweet and serious countenance
came in with their musical instruments
and played to us divertlngly. After
one instrumental piece tbe panels slip
ped aside and three geishas, or dancing
girls, came gliding upon tho scene, ar
rayed in exquisite kimouos, or dresses
of pale blue silk, brocaded with flam
ing branches of crimson and gold ma
ple leaves. Their broad sashes, or
obis, confining tho folds of the looso
dresses at the waist, were the most
gorgeous of tho rich old gold brocades;
folds of contrasting crape were laid in
the pointed neck of their kimouos, and
the glossy blue-black hair was dressed
in elaborate puffs and loops, held by
twists of bright crape and thrust full of
silver hairpins. They carried fans of
gilt paper painted with maple leaves,
and to tbe music of the samlsen, and
the plaintive voices of the musicians
chanting the song of tho "Maple Leaf,"
these lovely creatures danced out that
poem. The dancing was all gliding
and posing to the slow measures of tho
song. The little white-stockinged feet
slipping over tho polished matting and
showing in glimpses at tbe bottom of
the long kinmouos, tho bodies thrown
in graceful poses, and the play of the
pretty fans were each studies in them
selves. The slow and graceful evolu
tions, the eloquent play of foot and fan,
and tbe exquisite beauty and pletur
esqueness of the faces and figures were
most enchanting, and it was hard to
realize tbat I was not dreaming tbat
this gallery of living Japanese pictures
moved beforo me. It was tbe realiza
tion of all tbat fancy paints for one
who builds up an ideal Japan from tbe
line decorations of its art works, and
instead of disappointing in soy partic
ular the three lovely geishas, in their
maple-leaf dresses, surpassed all
dreams. The second time the geishas
camo in they were arrayed is kimouos
of dark steel-blue crape shot with ma-
Ele leaves, and their obis were of gold
rocade. In those exquisite costumes,
with many poses and gestures, they
danced for us their song of the four sea
sons, the maple-leaf fans fluttering
finally to the floor as the slender little
figures crouched and shivered in the
cold winds of autumn. Another idance
represented the rainy day, the three
pretty creatures clad in plaid dark-blue
inmouos and carrying paper umbrellas,
as they posed and glided to the twaag
ing of the Oriental lute. The last
danoe was ia solo by one geisha, ar
rayed fa a dark, mysterious kimouo,
with a plsee at crape woaad about her
head, who sang with the musiciaas,
and ta loag recitatives told of the' woes
of the heroine of a sadly pathetic tale
from Om Japanese elasstes. TU Car.
tt. Leuk (Jiohe'Dnxoerat.
,A Perfect Newspaper.
Conlintled from Jint page.
the lying business, and we shall not dc
famo any man without proof positive
that our information Is true. As for
the editor, experience has taught the
editors of tho country that long-winded
editorials are not read, by the people.
Brevity and simplicity aro better than a
multitude of words. We publish the
doings of Congress and tho Legislature,
and devote a reasonable amount of space
to affairs of public importance. We
don't Indulge in senseless abuse, we
don't profess to issue the Congressional
Record, and may the Ixrd deliver us
from being slaters of character."
Tho reporter was heartily sick! of tho
job and he softly closed tho door and de
scended tho stair with a cat-like tread.
He had mado up his mind to cease the
investigation, but just as ho got into
the street a youthful dude, with a cigar
in his mouth and a twinkle in his eye,
approached him on this wise.
"I reckon you heard Iteddy Sullivan
had jumped the town?"
"Heard Granville Moore had run oft
and left his wife?"
"Well, why the h 1 don't you pub
"In the name of common decency you
don't want us to start up a competition
with the Police Gazette, do you? The
most of people don't want to read low
trash like that. AVe conform to the
wishes of the better class of people and
let the scandal-mongers look out for
"Oh, you're too darned nice. The
Gazette will publish it. I'll see if they
don't. It makes the paper spicy."
The reporter made some extempora
neous comments about the Gazette that
curtailed further references to that paper
and then walked away. Passing two
men talking in a doorway he overheard
a scrap of the conversation.
"Did you see the News this week?"
"No," the other teplied.
"It's out under a new heading, tho
News-Herald looks nice."
"NewsHebald ? What'd they call it
that for? Why didn't they call it the
News, or else change the name alto
gether ? "
"Oh, that's good enough, but say,"
called the first speaker, who was the
proprietor of the grocery near by.
The reporter turned and came back.
"Why don't you newspaper men put
my advertisements where people can
read them. I don't want 'em away oft
in ono corner where I can't find 'em my
self. If you don't put 'em where I say
you'll not get paid for them."
We had half a mind to make the
welkin ring, but wo didn't. We simply
apologized and promised to do better in
A lank individual, with unkemped
whiskers, button-holed us on the corner
and began to use United States language
in the following style :
"If you can't quit talking so much in
tho News about the Gazette, you can just
stop my paper. We don't subscribe to
hear you abuse one another, and this
racket is about as bad as tho one Mar
shall and Bridwoll used to keep up. In
a hurry aro you? Well, if you don't
keep a halter on you'll lose a lot of sub
Our breast throbbed witli emotion,
but our powers of argument were com
pletely exhausted and our agitation was
so absorbing that we accidentally got
ankle-deep in a mud hole in the pave
ment on High street. Bight in the mid
dle of tho public square a round-faced
happy-looking man accosted us thusly:
"I like the new heading very much.
And I might add the whole paper is just
to my taste. You publish a clean paper
and every department is full of good
matter. It is one of the best country
papers I know of."
The reporter poured out his soul in
fluent thanks, heaved a sigh ot relief
that might have been taken fora cyclone
when it got to Chicago, and tripped
merrily down to the office whistling "the
flowers that bloom in the spring, tra la."
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IOO Doses One Dollar
tMpopatefrTorlt for dressing
tb lulr, Bestorlnsr eolor when
ray, and prtrenUna; Dandruff.
Tt cleanses the snUp, stops Uio
htlr Ciulnff, and i rare to please.
too, and SLOP stDrugiifats.
Aadlbs bast pnrentlre known for Consumption. It
earM bodily pains, and sit disorders of the Stomach,
Bowsls. Langs, Llrrr, Kidneys, Urinary Organs ana
aU Fsmalo Complaints. Tho feeble and sick, sf rua
Uas asslnst disease, and slowly drlftliiR toward
the crare, WU1 in most coses mover their health by
the timely us of Platan's Toxic, but delay is dan
gerous. Toko tt In time. Sold by all Drtig&lita tn
large pqwbs as sn.v.
The safest, surest, quickest and best cure for Corns.
Bunions, Worts, Xolei ClIoujes,a H'nhrir fur
tberirrowth. stopsallpaln. alvesnotrouble. llakesthe
feet comfortable. Hlndercorns cures when Or'JIW
else falls. Sold by Dm nuts at ISn. Hiscox a Co , . v
Georgetown, Brown County, 0.
Modern! Practical! Progressive!
The third term of this already popular Edu
cational Institution will commence TUESDAY,
HAY 4'b, 1885, and continue ton irctas.'
Classes la the Common liraiieliea, also
Algebra, Theory and Practice or Tenoh.
tug, Khetorle, Physiology, Geology, llotn
njr, Natural Philosophy, liuriulstry. Music,
Bnnk-Keeeplag, Latin, etc.
xsaenera ox esisDiiannu rnpuinuoii urn
ospeelnlly adopted to the work nsslgued
TUITION : Ten weeks, payable In mlTatir.
Good table board, in lnbs, per week,
Well famished rooms, two In a room, fur
each papll. per week. 41) to GO cents.
Board In private families at reasonable
Total expense as low as at any other simi
Pupils can euter at any lime dnrlng the
term by paying from the time of udmlaslon
till the close of the session.
For particulars Mddress tho Principal.
Snp't Pnblij Schools,
An AlVfiiurn With h Tljnr.
One afternoon, as I was rtitiirninR
from tbe forest witli my muii, who lind
been felling trees, walking in liuu one
behind tho other, as is thuir custom, a
tiger suddenly slipped from tho jungle
bordering tho road, nnd in a nioniunt
struck dowu a youth a few yard, before
me. I dared not ilro for fear of strik
ing tho youth: but iiis father, who win
walking just in front of him, armed
with a spear, dashed on it and gave it u
right wilting thrust, which, with the
threatening group, made it quit its
hold, when it sprang into tho thick jun
gle. It was all tho work of a moment;
the stroke of its paw did not seem to
bo tremendous, but tbe claws of the
bruto had penetrated so deeply into Miu
chest and shoulder of the youth ih.it ho
survived scarcely a quarter of nn lioiir
after being carried into tho village.
As expected, the tiger utteinpted
to scrape up tho body the night after
its burial. Next night, and for several
others, I watched Uio grave, but the
tiger did not keep tryst with mo; but
when I was not there it uover failed to
come. I therefore assisted them to
construct a snare to catch it on its first
return. A fence was made at all such
places as there was a possibility of ap
proach to the grave, leaving on tho
clear road a very conspicuous open
gate, across which a thin cord was
loosely drawn, connected with a grceu
bamboo somo thirty feet long, bent by
the strength of several men into a bow,
at whose extremity a slnirp spear was
so arranged as to bo shot athwart tho
entrance gate on tho releaso of tho
bamboo by the tiger pressing With his
breast on the twig-like cord in his way.
Every night for six days tho trap was
reset without the tiger's appearance.
The seventh it was left unset, as appar
ently useless; next morning it was
found that the tiger had been within
the inolosure, ana I saw it faithfully
set in the evening. Tho following
morning I was awakened by a great
chattering outside tbe Balai, and,
starting up to learn tho cause of the
uproar, I was informed that tho trap
had shot in the night, and the spear
had been broken off, but the tiger had
not been found. I was soon among tho
eager crowd who had armed to beat
the woods. It was evident from tho
blood on-the spear-shaft that it was
sorely wounded, and could not bo far
off. We had little need, however, .of
Sin or spear, for somo thirty yards in
o forest we found the worm body of
Um feline. Transfixed from aide to
stda, it had cleared the high fence with
om gicaatio bound, and had fallen
stead where it Uy.Utnry Voi bts.
Ujulsksd lbs M Meet preserves it
by keepiB; the air dry.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE,
ltuiinH uf iilnvvii moHin. lurun turn, two
cisterns, Mil In nowl condition.
Hansen! itii inninx, neer-i npiiuK,
flnsnrchnril nnil garden, large pasture, suit
Itoukeof nvo rooms, In good repulr.tJOO.
Farm In Washington Tp.,157cres,00aore
of Hmuer.gni.il inipitiveineuK.llOnn ncre.
Farm In Washington Tp.,M aeres.812 an
sere. , , ,
Farm In Btnalicrcek Tp.. 0 acres, flr lin-
Rrovetiient,i(ooit orofiiril,33ncreof timber,
r mi acre. . ....
Fannin BritlicreeUTp.,lfllflere(nrart In
Pike Co.) good Improvements, One orchard,
f 12 an acre. . ,
FHrm In New Market Tp. SO acres, good
buildings, fine orchard, all small fruits, S2I
Farm In Clarlt Tp.. 210 acres, Mir lmproe.
tnentx, 723 an ncr.i.
Tract in Green fp.,206 ueres, unimproved,
til nn Here. ,
For file on easy terms.
j3-m0 a. r.BUOTT. Hillsboro, O.
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AND ALL POINTS IN THE
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Cincinnati, for all points East, and
for Wilmington Columbus,
Wheeling;, 1'lttBbu?, and all
Intermediate points at
7:10 a.m., 8:20 p.m.
For furthur information and tho best
possible rates, apply to (
Agent O. W.&V.lt. R.
E. E. rATTON.Trar.Pass. Ag't, ChllHcothe, O.
J. H. 8TEWAKT, W. II. KINO,
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and orphan children of the former, whether any ot
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, posed or well ventilated, finely upholstered Day CtoeheavMwgrilnowit Pullman
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elaborately cooked meals are leisurely eaten, ''good Digestion waiting on
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THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE
Is the direct aad favorite line "between
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li. Strain A Co. vs. Lewi F. Webster and
Martha A. Webster. Hlihland County
Court of Common Pleas. Case No. .
OBDBR OF BALE.
In pursuance of nn order' Issued from th
Court of Common Pleas within and lor th
county of Highland and Bute of Obto.nad
at the January term thereof A. D, 1856, and
to me directed, I will offer for aaleHtpubllo
auction nt the door of the Court House, In
the town of Hillsboro, on
Saturday, May 1st. A. D. 1886.
At 1 o'clock p. m.of said day, tbe following
described real estate, to-wlt: ....
Hltuate In the county of Highland. In th
State or Ohio, and In tha township of Con
cord, nnd bounded and described as follow!
Del ng lots numbered nve(S)andala(tl) In the
village of Flarfax, county of Highland, and
State of Ohio, as the same aro charged upon
tbe duplicate of said county in tbe nam of
Lewis F. Webster, In township of Concord.
Bald premises has been appraised at Lot
Mo. 6, four hundred dollar (1400) ; Let No. S,
one hundred and fifty dollars (llwl; and can
not sell for less than two-thirds of said ap
praisement. (Terms of sale Cash on day ot sal.
Sheriff Highland Conntyi Ohio.
Matthews, DeBruln A Hogsett, Atl'y-
March 81st, 1880.
Notice to Contractors,
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at
the office of the clerk of tbe Board of Ed
ucation of Union township. Highland connty,
Ohio, until twelve o'clock at noon on the 19th
day of April, 1886, for building a sckool bona
on the lot situated in Bub-District No. 3 of
said township, according to tbe plans- and
qualifications on file in said office. Each bid
must contain tbe name of every person inter
ested in tbe same and bo accompanied by a
sufficient guaranty of some disinterested per
son, that, if the bid is accepted a contract will
bo entered into and tbe performance ot it
properly secured. The bid for each kind of
material called for by the speculations must
be separately stated, and tbe price of each
given, and the price of labor must also be
separately stated. None but the lowest rt
"ponsible bid a ill be accepted, and the Board
mty reject all bidp.
By order of the Board of Education.
tt. N. lUioass, Clerk.
WlLLtTTsviLLE, O., Hatch 10, 1886. 1T-S
'When Baby was sick, we gave her Costoria,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castor!,
When she became Was, she clang to Caatorla,
When she had Children, she gava them Caatorla,
THUS SBMf , inn I I nst
i- - - , ,i . -ii ...
iu w tucuu unvsuu urnnnnne, uoii
auu wuuui cuiuw, iu wwa, u
in Missouri: Leavenworth and At
of personal socurlty, afforded by a solid,
udouui traoKB oi ouMinuous snow rai; bud-
oinntr stocK as near porssctioa aa
--i,rti u.c u. a. -.it
nuuiiuuun ui uaiui. uuuokv. iubkihiub
CJhleago. and. Minneapolis and St. Paul,
Over tins route, Fast Express Trams are run to tbe
ijbdolb iot au eomu in ma nwntrja-issi
Lis. and Lasa,'
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E. ST. JOHN.
General Tiekat sad Paassassr Aft!, Chleaafc .
Many a Lady
is beautiful, all but far skin j
and nobody Km c'v4r,tbW
Imt how easy it" ttjto ',fit
OMutyon tnesKta. v ocatityi
on the, skin' U MupoW
of tt ,;
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