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7W 7e Feeling
Tho warm weather tins a debilitating effect,
especially upon lhoo vlio aro within doors
uint of tlio time. Tlio peculiar, yet common,
complaint Known M "that tired feeling,"
li the result. This feeling can bo entirely
overcomo by taking Hood's Sarsaparllla,
vlilch gives new llfo and strength to all
tlio functions of the body.
"I could not sleep) had no appetite. I
took Hood's Sarsaparllla and soon began to
sleep soundly; could get up without that
tired nnd languid feeling; and my appetite
Improved." It. A. SAuronc, Kent, Ohio.
Strengthen the System
Hood's Sarsaparllla Is characterized by
thuo peculiarities : 1st, tlio combination of
nnedl.il agents; 2d, tlio proiwrttoni 3d, the
jinxv-ss of securing tho nctho medicinal
ii'.:allllc. Tho result Is a medicine of unusual
Mrengtli, effecting ernes hitherto unknown.
Uoiiil for book containing addltlon.il evidence.
"Hood's Rirsapaillla tones up my system,
1 urines my Mood, sliirprns mv appetite, and
; cms to maKo me over." .1. 1". TnoMrsoN,
liil'lster of Deeds, Lowell, Mass.
"Hood's Sarsaparllla belts all others, and
I worth It weight In pirid." ' IHuiiikqton,
ISO Uank btrcct, New York City.
Gold by nil drueglsts. 81 j six for $5. Mado
only by C. I. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass.
iOO Doses Ono Dollar.
FARM and SPRING WAGONS !
Good Work Warranted, and no
convict lauor goods.
Harness, Double and Single
For light driving and for heavy
HARNESS PAUTS, All Kinds.
CULTIVATORS ! !
With Springs and Complete for
Reapers and Mowers !
HILLSBORO HARDWARE GO.
-T3 Send for prices
Yv and Illustrated Catalogno of
CINCINNATI (0.) CORRUGATING CO?
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE,
House of eleven rooms, large barn, two
clKicrns, all In Rood condition.
House of ten rooms, never-fading spring,
fine orchard and garden, large pasture, suit
House of five rooms. In good repair. J2J0.
Farm ill Washington Tp., 157 acres, CO acres
nl limber, good linprovcmentH.SlOan acre.
Farm In Washington Tp.,40 acres, S12 an
Karm In Iiruslicreek Tp., s0 acres, fair im-
J iroveraeuts, good orchard, S3 acresot timber,
7 nii acre.
Farm In Brnshcreek Tp., 101 acres (a part In
Pike Co.) good Improvements, fine orchard,
f 12 an acre.
Farm In New Market Tp. 30 acres, good
buildings, fine orchard, all small frulls, S2I
Farm In Clark Tp.. 210 acres, fair Improve
ments, Sijuu acre.
Tract In Greeu Tp.,200 acres, unimproved,
JS a n acre.
For sale on easy terms,
f.l mtl 8. P. BCOTT, Hlllsboro, O.
II. H. Scarborough vs. Henry Ash andltachel
Ash. Highland County Ooort of Common
I'leas. Case No. .
OllDKR OF SALE.
In pursuance of an order lssned from the
Court of Common l'leas within and for the
county of Highland and Htate of Ohio, made
at the April term thereof A. D. lttsa, and to
no directed, I will offer for sale at public
auction at the door of the Court-bouse, In
tlio town of Hlllsboro, on
Saturday, July 17tli, A. D. 1880,
at one o'clock p. m.of said day, the follow
Iiik described real estate, towlt :
Itetng part of Robert Ballard V survey No.
23.V1, In addition to tho town of Hlllsboro, In
the county of Highland, and Htate of Ohio,
and bounded ana described as follows, to
wlt: Beginning at the south-west corner of
a lot of Brlstoe Essex conveyed to said Essex
by said Scarborough by deed of date, Sep
tember 10, A. D. 1871: tbence with the street
leading from the Hlllsboro and Ripley turn
nlke to West street (near the residence of T.
b. Anderson. Esq.) N.03JV W. SO feet; tbence
N. aW E.204 feet; tneoco 8.70E.M feet
with the northern line of said tract, of
wmen inu is a pari, 10 me norm-western
UIHIJgi VI .MB U. V. wtlBWJB M.nW KtUlCSIU ,
thttnnA with anlft Rufftl WAKfjtrn HnnH Kllo
W.209 feet to the beginning, containing S3
poles of land more or less.
Said premises bas been appraised at (1300)
three hundred dollars, and can not sell for
less than two-thirds of said appraisement.
Terms of sale Cash on day of sale.
H. U. DAWSON,
Sheriff Highland County .Ohio.
Collins 4 Collins, Att'ys.
June I6th, 1880.
has removed bis
Daily Meat Market
NORTH HICH STREET.
A lew Doors South of the Uasonio Temple
VKAL, MUTTON, POBK,
SAUSAGE-MEAT, HAMS, Ac.,
Of tea very best quality, and at prices as low ai
any other establishment.
aTOtore and farailieu (applied wit fresh
A naaHassnM of pebUo patronage solicited
CASH Mid for GOOD CATTLE AND HOGS
Knight of tlio Grip.
Continued from finl page.'
cargo up tliu islo. He emptied tho plate
and tlio remaining boys filled lier up
In tho closing prayer tho minister
prayed fervently for"His divlno blessings
to rest upon our guests, tho cheerful
givers, for their goodness In contributing
to tho L'ood work of the Lord," nnd, at
tho close of tho services every good ate
ter nnd brother present insisted that thoy
bo home with them nnd take dinner with
them. Thoy felt constrained to decline,
By this timo we had reached tlio
church. There was a good choir, lots of
people nnd a good sermon. Did you
ever see a birthday missionary box ? It
is run thusly : Kvery timo a member of
the church has a birthday, ho or she
gives a penny for every year of his age,
Tho box is mado of tm nml whenever a
coin drops, persons nil over the church
can hear it fall and It is no trouble to as
certain ones ago if pennies nlone are
used and dropped ono at a timo. The
nickles, quarters and dimes aro what
lend us astray, when counting for a girl
donor's nee. Tho "clear man" had
about $1.50 in pennies in his pocket and
when the box came to him ho deliber
ately began dropping in a penny at a
timo, clink, clink, every time a penny
fell. I thought he never was going to
quit. Kvery ono in tho houso grew rest
less nnd still lie kept chipping them in,
one at n time. I suppose he must have
put in about a dollar and a quarter in
pennies, then he remembered, as bo
afterward snid, it wculd make dinner
late nnd ho quit, much to the relief of
the congregation and minister, who be
gan to grow very restless.
After dinner we loafed, talked, smoked
and read the papers. Toward evening
the "Milwaukee man" nnd I went to tho
cemetery nnd found a shndy place to
lounge on tho grass. He lit his cigar
I don't smoke and asked mo how I lik
ed tho choir this morning ? I gave him
a favorable opinion and then ho says,
"Speaking of choirs reminds mo of an
incident at home, in Milwaukee, not
many years ago ; I think the papers
'got onto it' at the time and had some
fun out of it. The choir had been or
ganized a long time nnd never hns qunr
reled nnd the congregation swear by it.
"One would not think that this choir
played tricks on each other during the
sermon but sometimes they do. On one
summci morning, after the tenor had
been playing tricks all spring on the rest
of tho choir, the soprano brought a
chunk of shoemaker's wax to church.
The tenor was arranged liko Solomon,
in all his glory, with white pants and a
Seymour coat. Ho got up to see who
the girl was that came in with the old
lady, and while he was up tho soprano
put the shoemaker's wax on the chair,
and he sat down upon it. They all saw
it and they waited for the result. It
was an awful long prayer, and the
church was hot, and the tenor, no ice
berg himself, and wax melts at 98 Fahr
enheit. The minister finally got to the
'amen,' and read a hymn. The choir
coughed and all rose up.
"The chair that tho tenor was in
stuck to him like a brother and came
right along and nearly broke his suspen
ders. It was the tenor to bat, and as
the great organ struck up he pushed the
chair off his person, looked around to
see if ho had saved his pants, and be
gan to sing and the rest of the choir
came near bursting. Well, tho tenor
sat down on a whito handkerchief, be
fore he went home and got homo with
out anybody seeing him, and has since
been "laying for" the soprano to get
even with her.
"It is cifstoinary, in all first-class
choirs, for the male singers to furnish
candy for the lady members, and, not
long after the wax episode, tho tonor
went to a candy factory and had a pep
permint lozenge made with a teaspoon-
ful of cayenne pepper in the center of
it, On Christmas he took his lozenge to
church and concluded to get oven with
the soprano if ho had to die for it.
Candy had been passed around, and just
before the hymn was given out, in which
the soprano was to sing a solo, 'Nearer
my God to Thee,' the wicked wretch
gave her tho loaded lozenge. She put
it in her mouth and nibbled off the
edges, and was rolling it as a sweet mor
sel under her tongue when the organ
struck up and they all arose.
"While the choir was skirmishing on
tho first part of the verso she chewed
np what was left of the candy and
swallowed it. Well, if a Democratic
torchlight procession had marched, un
bidden down her throat, sho couldn't
have been more astonished. She lean
ed over to pick up her handkerchief and
spit the candy out, but there was
enough pepper left to pickle a peck of
chow-chow. It was her turn to sing,
and she aroso and took the book, her
eyes filled witk tears, her voice trembled,
and her face was as red as a spanked
lobster, and the way she sang that old
hymn was a caution.
"With sweet tremulo sho sang, 'Near
er My God, to Thee,' and the congrega
tion was almost melted to tears. As
she stopped, while the organist got in a
little work, she turned her head, opened
her mouth and blew out her breath with
a 'whoosh' to cool out her mouth. The
audience saw her wipe a tear away but
did not hear the sound of her voico as
"She wiped out some more pepper
with her handkerchief and sang the re
maining verses with a good deal of fer
vor, and the choir sat down, all tho
members looking at the soprano. She
called for water. The noble tenor went
and got it for her and, after drinking a
couple of Tjuarto, the whispered to him,
'I'll get even with you, If I baye to live
a thousand years to do it.' Then they
all looked pious and the minister preach
ed on Faith.
"That Unor will bo blowed through
the roof some Sunday morning and the
congregation will wonder what ho was
in such a hurry for."
He said that tenor wns an old chum
of his nnd ho never knew him to get
left on the trick racket.
It was getting dark nnd lonesome out
there in that grnveynrd nnd we left two
interrogation points in the grass, nnd
wended our way toward tho hotel. We
all Wanted to retire early, ns somo of tho
boys hnd to leave at 4 a. m., Monday, so
wo bid each other good night and ex
changed wishes for success and retired.
My "pard" and I would lcavo about six
In tho morning for n run through the
central nnd southern part of the State.
Such is life. Some of us would meet
again, somo never. Another Sunday
would find us separated many hundred
mile. I know n little verso of poetry
that would bo nice to close with but I
am not going to quote it. I'll wait till 1
get something against tho editor.
Knioiit op the Grip.
"For economy and comfort we use Hood's
HsrsaparUle," writes an intelligent Buffalo, N.
Y., lady. 100 Doses One Dollar.
THE CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION.
Highland Unite and Carry
Day or .Divide and Lose
Editor News-Herald : I seo several
suggestions made in regard to the best
method to be adopted to seruro a solid
delegation from Highland county to the
Congressional Convention at Chilli
cothe. Now one thing is certain, the
chances for Highland county to secure
the candidate depends largely on a
united effort. That this end may be
accomplished, let me suggest a plan for
the selection of delegates. Let each of
the aspiring candidates select twenty
four persons as delegates to represent
him in the Convention ; place his name
at the head of his ticket and the names
of his delegates below, in the same
manner as Presidential tickets are ar
ranged. Then submit these two tickets
to a vote of tho Republicans of the
county by holding primary elections in
the soveral townships nnd precincts,
under such rales and regulations ns the
Central Committee may prescribe. This
plan will secure the solid delegation of
tho county for ono candidate, nnd would
be a tower of strength thnt would have
its effect in tho Convention. I see no
reason why either of the candidates
should object to this manner of choos
ing delegates, for if we go to tho Con
vention with a divided delegation we
may como back without the nomination,
You will hsve no nse for spectacles if you
use Dr. 3. H. McLean's Strengthening Eye
Salve ; it removes the film and scum which ac
cumulates on the eye balls, subdues inflamma
tion, cools and soothes the irritated nerves,
strengthens weak and failing sight. 25c. a
box. For sale by Seybert A Co.
Explanation from the Execntive Com
mittee of H. F. C. Trustees.
From the following card it will be
seen that our statements of last week in
regard to the withdrawal of Dr. J. F.
Loyd from the College were incorrect
and we cherefully give space to the arti
cle which corrects our mistake.
Editor News-Herald An item re
lating to the college in your paper nf last
week is liable, through misstatement, to
seriously mislead the public. We be
lieve both you and the people of this
whole region aredeeply interested In the
success of tho institution, and would be
very far from doing it intentional dam
age. Hlllsboro and the college have just
reason to be proud of each other, and
we confidently expect they will have
even greater reason for mutual congrat
ulations. It is true that our esteemed
friend, Dr. Loyd, is no longer Presi
dent, but it is also true that he did not
"resign to take effect immediately."
Dr. Loyd has labored faithfully through
nine years for the building up of the
college. He achieved such success in
bis work as to graduate a class of six
in 1883, another class of six In 1884, one
of ten in 18S5 and the class of eight,
whose commencement exercises creat
ed such enthusiasm, only a few weeks
ago. These facts speak for themselves,
and taken in connection with the
thoroughness of the work as evldeuced
by the character and the scholarship of
the graduates, they speak in no uncer
tain words as to the success of the
college. Having labored thus diligent
ly and effectively, he desired in the
early part of the past year to retire
from the responsibilities of the Presi
dency ut the end of the year, and before
his effective years had passed, do some
more work in the pastorate. With
this purpose, lust April he notified us
that he did not desire to be a candidate
for re-election to the Presidency. A
little luter he offered to continue for
"another year" on certain conditions.
The whole 'matter wns held under ad
visement until about the Inst nf June,
when the Trustees formally ucquiesced
in bis declinature and passed an action
expressive of their very high esteem
for him, and thus with the best of good
will between the parties the decision
was tuken to have a change;
Financially, the College bas never
been run to make money nor should
It ever be. It is, according to Us char
ter, an Institution "for the promotion
of religion, education and .morality
among females, ardfor nothing elie,"
thus effectually debating us being a
money-making institution for the bin
ctlt of stockholders or others, any more
than the public schools or. the ohurche.
It should, of course, reasonably romu-
munerate those engageu id ine teacn
ing. This It has done, especially, dur
ing the lost few years. We speak from
official figures, but the public will, of
course, excuse us from details. If, how
ever, our mentis win give me couege a
verv much larger natronaire. the man
agement can correspondingly enlarge
the facilities of the college In every di
rection. We desire the people everywhere to
understand that the college Is to pur
sue Its usual course without interrup
tion, and that the fall term wik begin
at the time anDoluted. viz. September
14th, 1886. Weara'ootyetln position to
definitely announce ut. uoya-a succes
sor, but we confidently expect to be
able to fill the place with a man of
such abilities aa will, with the hearty
corporation of the patrons and friends
of the college, make it a greater success
than It bos ever yet been.
John A Smith,
Executive Committee of the Board
of Trustees nf the Hlllsboro Female
THE WILD WEST,
A ttlghlniid County Man Seeing;
tlio Sight In Several
Flae Farming Laai, Big Hoilaem la
teresta and Mich Resources
Rui.o, Nebraska, July 1st, 1880.
Editor News-Herald Thinking that
some of your readers might be interest
ed in a letter from me, I have concluded
to favor them and hope it will meet with
We left Hlllsboro, June 24th, and had
to stay all day in Cincinnati, before we
could get a train for Indianapolis nnd
We arrived at St. Louis June 27th, at
7 a. in., and had to stay there all day,
before wo could get a train for Kansas
St. Louis is a city of over 410,000 in;
habitants, n very thriving city and fast
increasing in population. The lead
mines and enormous deposits of white
sand used in manufacturing glass and
the Iron Mountains and its grand facili
ties for shipping by rail and water make
it promise to be the largest manufactur
ing city in the United States. It is al
ready a large city but the white sand and
Iron Mountains are, comparatively .little
worked. In all the business that is car
ried, which is vast, there is a great deal
more life and energy manifested than in
Cincinnati. The streets are continually
full of teamsters and street, cars loading
and unloading, shipping, and receiving
goods; the wharf is continually full of
steamships. I had the pleasure of going
through the great steamship, New Or
leans, the largest ship on the Mississippi.
It takes about three weeks to load and
unload her. The pilot house is a grand
picco of architecture, while the passen
ger department surpasses the finest
Pullman cars or palace hotels.
We will now go to Kansas City. It
has 110,000 inhabitants, in a hilly region
and is no less a business place than St.
Louis. It is cut up by gorges from fifty
to seventy-live feet perpendicularly
deep that remind ono of the great can
ons of tho Colorado. It is also a great
The day we arrived in Kansas City
the Court house and jail caved in for
the second time. The inmates of the
jail, who were covered up in the debrit,
uninjured, before the Court house fell,
laughed to scorn the idea of a God, but
after the house fell they implored him
to savo them.
Now for Independence, Mo. It is ten
and thrco-fourth miles from Kansas City
with about 10,000 population and is one
of the oldest towns in Missouri. Tho
priee of land hero ranges from one to
five hundred dollars per acre. It is a
grand farming country, but can be rent
ed from three to five dollars per aero,
cash rent. From here we went back to
Kansas City, then to Rulo, Nebraska, a
town of 1,200 inhabitants, and the rail
road bridge and cut through the tho hill
furnishes employment for all who desire
to work. There are now wanted here
three hundred teams at three dollars
and a half per day besides what there
are already at work here. Corn sells at
from fifteen to twenty cents per bushel,
hay at three to five dollnis per ton. Hay
Is nearly all baled here. I have seen but
one load of hay not baled since I left
Now, lest I weary you and your read
ers with a long epistle, I will bid you
adieu but not until I advise tho people
of the East to put in practice the ad
vice of Horace Greoly, "Go West, young
man, go West."
V. C. El'BANKS.
Food for the brain and nerves that will in
vigorate the body without Intoxicating, is
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Parker's Tonio restores the vital energies,
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Ohio's Leading College.
The Ohio Wesleyan University, of
Delaware, O., ranks among the first col
leges in the United States, not only in
point of the high character of the educa
tion imparted, but also for the large
number of students in attendance. The
Kev. C. H. Payne, D. D., has been for
many years the successful President of
this college, and will bo very much
pleased to answer any inquiries in refer
ence to the college on application. One
notable feature of this institution is tho
fact that a term can bo had here at a
very nominal sum, the necessary ex
penses being only $50 or even'less.
nick headache and a sensation of ODDreislon
and dullness In the head, are verv commonly
firodueed by indigestion i morbid despondency,
rrltabllity and over sensitiveness of the nerves
may, in a majority of cases, be traced to the
s, be tra
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White Beans, boshel
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REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE.
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THI OIOORAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY,
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CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY
By reason of its central position and
V7ac Initial and terminal riolnta.
nmtd link In that avatam orthrouorb.
tates travel and traffic between dues
is also the favorite ana oest route to
nnuthaaat. and oorreanondlnor rjolnta w
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Liberty. 'Iowa Olt;
Jollet, Ottawa, La Salle, Peoria, Oeneseo, Mpllne ana Bock Island, In Illlopu:
Oltv. Des Moines. Indianols. wlnterset. Atlantao. Knox
Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, in
in Kansas; Albert Lea, Minneapolis and
Dakota, and hundreds of Intermediate
THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE
Guarantees Its patrons that sense of personal security, afforded by a solid.
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stsnusily mult culverts ana pnatres;
numan sou can man it: tna sageiy appliances pi oan
and air-brakes: and that exacting" discipline which!
operation or ail its trains, inner speciaitim
all connecting points in Onion Depots, and
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The Past Express Trains between .Chicago aad
nosed of well ventilated, flnelv unholatared Dav Cc
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elaborately cooked meals are leisurely eaten, ''good
Annatite. And Health on twth I)AtwAn CMAflfl "
Atchison, are also run the Celebrated,'
THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE
Is the direct and favorite Una .between Chicago, and, MtaneeaottsMd StPauL
where connections are made In Union Denote tor all nemta la the Territories
end British Provinoes. Over this route,-Past stxprsss Trains are run to the
guwswiuwB ana winn Kits
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Council Brufle. Wans City. Mini
Vor detailed Infbnnaoan s
SJpketskat aU prinolpai Ticket.
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for horaaa? It Is for Inflamrna
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close relation to all principal lines Bast ai
conatitutaai the) moat tmnortant mldacm
transportation which Invitee
of the Atlantic and Pacino Coasts.
ana rrom pants jsast, Northeast
eat. Northwest and Soutnweat.
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St. Paul, in Minnesota; wntertown in
cities, towns, villages and stations.
etoobb oi continuous steei i
rouins; stock as near
Reclining Chair .Cars.
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A Clear Skin
Js only a part of beauty;
but it is a part. Every lady
may, have it ;at least, what,
looks like it. . Magnolia
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overns the practical
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unsurpassed comforts and
aches. Isaavvaoant Pullman
pinln.Oars, in, which
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