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'4'en minor tula type rank 1 inoh.
i. m. novt.K.
OrrioE-In MoKlbben block, 8. High street,
Physician and Surgeon,
Ofpick Main street, over Delvller'a More.
Healdauce, Hontti street, flrt door west of 0
car I.emuu'K. uijiaiyl
O. U. Olt.t.INB. JOII M A. COlAAXa.
ATTORNEYS JPL.1 X.A.W,
Office Roomii 1 and 2 Smith Block, cor
ner Muln and HliU streets. A Notary Pobllo
Inoffloe. mart I
Ofxice Hibben block, formerly Herald office.
ATTORNEYS -A.T1 X,AW,
OrriCE Corner of Main and High atreeti,
Merchants- national nans uuuaing.
I KOBQE B. OABDMEB,
ATTOiaiirSY .A.T IiA-W
OFFick-Over Felbel's Clothing Btore.
Orricn-Sontbeast corner Main and High
treeta, room up-atalra.
"TTT- C. DCCKWALL, D. D. 8.
Omen Opposite Dr. Hoyt't ,W. Main street,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Office No. 38 West Main street, above
MoUulra'a Tobacco Factory. mylyl
U J. BOSS,
Attorney at Law and Notary Fnblio
Office In Straass Balldlng, over Felbel'i
Clothing Store. decZ7yl
-T-VB. S. J. SPEES
Will row give bis entire time to the practioe
of his profession. He has had extensive expe
rience, and will give special attention to the
treatment of Chronic Diseases. Offloe In Mo
Klbben' New Block, up stain, High street.
Kesldence, No. 61 North High street, 3 doors
north of Clifton House, formerly occupied by
Hugh Swearingen, Hillsboro, Ohio. Jull8jl
A LLEN T. BOATMAN,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Office Strauss building, Booms Nos.8 and 10
B. 'A. PAVE. O. I. BOWLES.
ATTORNEYS A.T X..AW.
Office Smith Block, S. W. Cor. Main and
r B. PATTERSON, M. 1
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Officx Ovet Qnlnn Brothers' drng-store,
Special attention given to diseases oj Women
a HsW VfaaNMAs HUO V . M. UUUU.1,
IV sTansnk a tiuta T DrMata
O. B, Pbice, Cashier.
Citizens' National Bank,
Of Hlllsboro, O.
Capital, 100,000. Bnrpltu, 960,000.
O. B. Beecher, W. H. Gregg,
Jvennan. John L. West.
Vi I. Bomgarner. 0. M. Overman.
Doe$ a General Banking and Exchange
tiunneu. uovernmmi ana uouniy
Bond bought and told.
.First National Bank,
Capital $100,006. Surplus 120,000.
A. 0. Barrett, J. H. Biehardi,
8.A. Weaver, Ii. 8. Smith,
John A. Smith.
,I)oe a General Banking and Exchange
. J. Minxlsr, plaintiff, vs. Robert Abraham,
owssuam, xMiort 1
Wyatt Oashatt, J.
Oodsoa township, Hlgt
us km itw oa;
of Beptsmber, AD. 1886,
..aald Justice issued an order of attachment In
1 ttMabsve action, forth turn of on hundred
and forty-two and 80-100 dollars (lta.80).
Causa QCTstJunsd to November 1, 18M.
' O. J. MJNZLEB, Plaintiff.
Lynchburg, O.. Sept. 30. 1888.
Iasu Tson, Attorney. ap23-w3
Aetalth HaUhac vs. Jacob Hcmek at el.
OBDXR OF BALE.
Iapraao of an order lasaedfrom the
Ooartof Oossmon Plau within nnd for the
.Oatsnty of fUnhUnd and Mate of Ohio, mads
sM ftMti,X will osTsr for aala at public
tsatavisv. Mt Mb. A. D. 18M.
,4AMMe'toak .as.of aaM dajr tballf asuu
rm Bnannnan Kowak lata following ds-
. an asaran'towDsaip, suga
sir. Ohio, and bonndad andTle-
fHam 1 Sailnnlnff m a sMae n.
rST vsssaws w hmi 01 isno :
sTlaTlie ITsV B. 16 polaa to a
whs aar tin . aw w. SV
t thMMfcnW.aO polsa to
wnnabasMs asanasssl at fflf
J . "fSBSI
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) a :''iw.1!.B
PPPBsMsfgf VMsl IslssanW
ROBKttT MORROW, of Gibbon, HurM
manly, Htnis of Neiirn.kK. will lake
noilce Hint lt.c Hum illit.on the 13' h ilny
of Hplebiber, ISMO, file IiIn petition In the
Common Plea Court nf Highland county,
Ohio, on n transcript heretofore filed from
the docket of Win. M. Meek, J. P., of Liberty
townatilp, luaald county, nuklug to recover
against aald Robert Morrow the mitn of 132 SO
with Interest from the Mh day of March,
18XJ, oimn account for medical atteudance
and provided for him and his family, at hla
rrquont. inn mere was issnea in .hiu nc
tlon an order of attachment which wua
levied on the south half of In-lot No. 01 and
14 feat off the north part of In-lol No. US, In
the village of Hlllsboro, Highland county,
Snld properly nppraloed at 12 000
Said Robert Morro la notified Hint he la
required to appear and answer mtlil petition
on or before the Oth day ot Nnvemhrr. 18S0.
K. C. ItUrM.
H lllthoro, Ohio, Sept. H, 18S0.
Ufo. II. OARDNKlt, Att'v , aepl&Ot
JOHN W.RICHARDHON, whone rcsldenco
la HnllUH, Hallue county, Kfuibhh. and
Calvin RIchardDon, whose lesldencn la un
known, will take notice that Allen T. Boat
man, administrator of the estate of Jacob
W. Richardson, dereased, on the 13th day of
September, A. D. 1886, Died his petition In
the Probate Court within and tor the county
of Highland, and State of Ohio, alleging
tbat the personal estate of said decedent Is
Insufficient to pay his debts and I he charges
or administration his estate; Hint he died
seised In fee simple of the following real es
tate situate In the townships of Perry nud
Burton, In Pike county, In theStaleot Ohio,
nud bounded and described as follows, to
wit: Beginning at n stone near a spring north
west corner t the tract now being described ;
thence S. 52 17 E. 37 poles to a root of a
whlteoak, which waa the corner bat has now
fallen down : thence 8.33 80" K. 71 7.10 nolm
to a stake where once etood two linns, now
down and gone ; thence 8. 8 V W. 23 poles to
a locust stump and poplar tree: thence S.
61 30 W. 141 poles to two chestnuts, corner to
niracioi laou ouce ownea oyjonn jjimes
I hence with the line of John Limes N. 23d
les to a stone In the above line ;
10 E. M poles to the begin-
nine, belne a part of surveys 14.472. 15.610 and
8,780, and containing one hundred and two
and one-half acres of land, more or less;
that Charity D. Richardson, widow of de
cedent, Is entitled to dower In said premises.
The nrayer of the Detltlon la for an an.
pralsement and sale of said premises for the
payment of the debts and charges aforesaid.
The persons above mentioned will further
take notice that they have been made par
ties defendant to said petition. and tbat they
are required wj answer me same on or DC'
fore the 18th day nf October, A. D. 1890
ALLEN T. BOATMAN,
AJm'raf Jacob W. Richardson, deo'd.
September IStb, 1886.-18
JAMK3 BTALKY, residing In Durham,
Marlon (ounty. In the State of Iowa;
milium n( iiuuuu, rDiiuiuR st oeman,in
the Conntv of Morris. Htslo nf Kmiu. nn.l
Mary E. Canaday and Samuel Canaday.ber
uuRvwiu wuuaa pmoe or resiaence is un
known, will take notice that on the lltb day
of Bentemner. A. D. 1888. James notion flirri
bis petition In the Common Pleas Court of
uigmana uoanty, unto, in case No. 4408,
against the above-named parties and others,
praying for the partition or sale of two cer
tain trsots of land situated in Brushcreek
Township, Highland County, Ohio, ot which
David Dntton, late of said township and
county, died seized, described as follows:
First Tract Beginning at a whltenak
and poplar, a. w. corner to a lot of John Hat
ters, and In the line of John Graham's sur
vey No 28U; thence with the line of said
survey N. 82 W.77 poles to two black gums
and a btokory, n. e. corner to George Uull's
lot; thence with the line thereof 159 poles to
a whlteoak and dogwood at the east corner
of said Oall and In the line of John Cap
llnger's lot; thence with his line E. 03 poles
to a sugar tree, white walnut and whlteoak
In the line of Peter Hatter's lot and corner
to Capllnger: thence with the said Peter
Hatter's line N. 160 poles, passing Peter Hat
ter 's corner and with John Haiter'a line to
the beginning, containing olgbty-Qve and
one-half (85-sJ) acres, more or less, a part of
survey No. KS38 for 12,000 acres entered In the
name of John Hawkins, exoeptlng from said
tract the following described parcel taken
therefrom and deeded on December Sth, 1883,
by David Dntton to Jacob t Bobb, to-wlt:
Beginning at a atone corner to John Capllng
er'a tra Jt of land ; thence with said Capllng
r'a Una N. 82 W. 3 poles to a atone In safd
line; thence N. 13 E.42 poles to a stone ;
thence S 78" E. 23 poles to a stone In the
Sinking Hprlng road ; tnence with said road
S.53KT10 poles to a stone in said road and
In the west line of Joseph Hatter's land ;
hjbmw 0. 074 iv,vs tu Hie ueKinuing, con
taming eigut anu inree-iounns ma
more or less.
Second Tract Situate In Brushcreek
Township, Highland County, Ohio, and
bounded as follows: Beginning at an Iron
wood In the line of Elizabeth Huffman's
land, conveyed to her by John Hatter; thence
3. 143 poles to a whlteoak n.w corner to Ja
cob Hatter's survey, N. 82 W W. 145 poles to
a gum a. e. oorner to Joseph West's survey ;
thence N. 78 poles to a stone; thence east'
wardly, with the meanders of the bottom, to
the beginning, contalnlngone hundred acres,
being "part of survey No. 2818, patented to
John Graham by patent bearing dato Octo
ber 28, 1798, and conveyed to Nloholas Baker
bv Walter Dnnn. axeimtnr if thn last, win
and testament o; aald John Graham, de-
Said parties are required to answer on or
before the 13th day of November, A. D. 1888,
y 01 itovemoer.A.D. 1
be tab en against them
or judgment mav
JAMES niTTTnN. PlulnllfT
By Sloane, Gardner A Hire, his Attj-'s. 6
Fannie O. Llllejr vs. John Houpetal. High
laud County Court ot Common Pleos. Case
ALIAS ORDER OF BALE.
In pursuance of an order Issued from the
Court of Common Pleas within and for the
oounty of Highland and Btate of Ohio, made
at the April term thereof A. D. 188(1, and
to ma directed, I will offer for sale at pobllo
anotlon at the door of the Court House, In
SatHrdsj, October SOtli, A. D. 1886,
At 2 o'clock p. m.of said dsy.the following
described realesute. to-wlt: "
Situate In the County of Highland, State
of Ohio, and in the Township of Liberty,
and bounded and described aa follows: Pint
Tract-Beginning at two wblteoaks and
gum west corner to John White's lot of 200
TS: " "". jw w u ueorge uampDeirs lot of
vKr5?s,t,o!n,Ve ?" the line of Campbell's
whlteoak In the line of Frederlo Brouse's
lot: thence N.22E.96 poles to a hickory
and dogwood corner to James Adams' lot :
thence with his line H.88 E.30 poles to a
whlteoak and dogwood; thenee witn anoth
er of said Adams' lines N.22E. 93 poles to
two small dogwoods and small eltu north
gP'njr to aal3 White's lot: thenoe 8. G0H
E. 104 poles to a sugar tree, hickory and elm ,
north corner to aald White's lot; thence with
his line S. 89 W. 100 poleTto the bSSlnnlng,
being nart of Otwav n,M',inrv., Ss
saving, exoeptlng and reserving therefrom
P!"J'? acI? nPn which the school-house
of DUtrlet No. 1 stands. Second Tract-Beginning
at a whlteoak corner to the land on
which the lata Daniel Honp resided, and
running N.8W. 28 poles To a hickory;
thenca N. 22 E. 110 mu. in Ki.-w't;
Se5SVaSvWJ;?X.D?L, e: thenoe
woods; thenoe 8.22.100 poles to the bt
ginning, conwnuig nzty-iour acres, mora
' i' " w , oonnoea ana a escrib
ed, ae follows : Beginning at a atone north.
eriy corner of the County 'arm: rnnnlnc
thane with a Una thereofS. H W pblas
to a stake In aald Una; tbraoathnragntha
v. wMio ;wuu , part n. vyv' w . 181
E2rSpJ5f,JKir5. lnenc win aald
poles, zt. 27 w. 88 po
northwesterly Ilneof tl
to a stake In th
iwMtwly Ilnecjthtsfarm ; thence with
'"JSl1?;60 1m whlteoak;
sa with tba Una nf John u.mn.. ..'
Mjs3aef1W m to "" D,nnl,,' containing
Bald pre'raleee has been appraised atfonr
thousand five hundred dollars (M00). and
cannot asll for less than two-tblrdaof said
Terms of aa Cash on da:
lay of aala.
SbjrleTHlgbland County, Ohio,
Sloan, Gardner A Hire, Att'ys. '
Public Stic of Short-Horn Cattle
PM aauHH, tURCHEtTER, 0.,
THUUDAY, 00T0BEB 14, 1886
Bsassnd (naaal aala of sIm mtin. nmmt-
AssneHaten of Bfaort-afora Oattle Breeasfs, aav-
wawaaj auosn iibjw asaae? awa-MM short
Mora, rsaraaaasatnaa of Kmu Um Jnmtwj..
te, Moumaty, Aykeby I, CottsHf, giST
- "w T natfrWtoBT F atff
X. ST. aUBUt:Ha7 - ' ' mmK -
VaSaa. pstsons In aajsaeaa. stsgsji cc gj
gsjgttgVrMrne)ralae .Br. fal
1 o?w.r?o n!BOaB
gggml ' & aiiubutrs, apd bests oorfj
fl MiamQrilUtolo Wj
".The OreatsstCura on Earth for.Paln,'1
Will relieve more qalckly thaa any
other known remedy. Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Swelling, Braises, Bonis,
Scalds, Cuts, Lumbago,Sores, Frost
bites, Backache, Wounds, Headache,
Toothache, Sprains, &c. Sold by all
Drnmtists. Price 25 Cents a Bottle.
October 2d, 1886
Miss Mattie Harris Is vlsltlne her sunt nesr
Miss Amv neeves. of I.vnclibnrir. visited
friends here last week.
Mrs. F. M. Harris, of New Vienna, visited
friends here this week.
School commences hern next Mondiv. with
V. B. McConnanghey at the helm.
Atrole cnttine at W. H. Elliott's lut Wednes
day night. A good time is reported.
Dame Rumor save we are to have a onlst
weuumg in mis lmmeaiate neignnornoou soon.
Borne person borrowed two bushels of wheat
from Jerry Archer last Tuesday night without
leaving his card.
Wm Vance raised the boss sweet potato so
far as we have heard from. It measured twen
ty inches in circumference.
Banders Bros, sold last week thirty-five head
or Poland China pigs live months old, tbat
tipped the beam at 140 pounds apiece.
"Sellers' Liver Pills" have been the standard
remedy for malaria, liver complaint, costive-
son, 01c, iorniiy yesrs. oct
October 2d, 1880.
Mr. Jos. McCoy is iu Washington on busi
ness this week.
Mrs. Ellen West was the guest of her father,
T. A. Mullenix, last Sabbath.
Shoo i Robuck moved their woll drill to
Peebles' Station last Monday.
John Fox is going to Pike county to-morrow,
to commence hla school next day.
George Larnc, of the far West, is visiting
friends and relatives in this locality.
Henry Hopkins says ho has two suns (sons)
in his sky, and they came to stay last Saturday.
Mr. Carey Huffman and cousin, John Hop
kins, of Sabina, spent laat Sabbath with friends
Miss Uala Woods has returned to her home
at this place, after a week's visit with friends
Mr. W. T. Shannon and family attended the
funeral of Mrs. Garrett, Mrs. Shannon's
mother, last Wednesday.
John Woods gave 0. W. Denham an apple
last Sabbath, that measured fifteen inches in
circumference and weighed one and one-half
"That tired feeling" from which you suffer
so much, particularly in the morning, is en
tirely thrown off by Hood's Barssparills. '
October 2d, 1886.
Winter apples are more or less defective.
The fly is reported working on the early
Andrew Beltz's sorghum factory is running
day and night.
A pnblio sale advertised at the residence of
John Brown, deceased, on the 13th inst.
The talk is that WO will not h.vn nmanhlncr
at the M. E. Church here this year.
School commences nextMondav In the fnni-t).
ward. Teachers Mr. 0. 0. Foust and Miss
A tile factory will be started iu the near
future on the farm of Grey Kibler, about one
mile east of town.
Another one of our old pioneers gone from
his labors to rest, which makes the ninth in
about the space of two years. Uncle John
Florence was born Sept. 25th, 1809, in Clay
township. Highland county, Ohio, near the
present site or the residence of John Brown,
deceased, and on Bept. 21st, at 11 p. m., he
quiethr passed away, aged 77 years, 11 months,
and 26 days. History has it recorded that
Uncle John was the first male white child that
was born in this township. About forty years
since hs united with the Disciples' Church,
daring which time he held an unwavering
faith in the salvation of men as taught by the
Disciple Church. During his suffering he
patiently awaited hla ch.mra. Tn..ni h
close of his life he bade his family farewell,
said he was prepared to die, and requested
they meet him in heaven. The funeral ser
vices were neid at the residence on the 22d at
10 O'clock, by Elder J. W. Bnble. of PrlaatnWn.
after which his body was laid to rest a few
steps irom ms aoor, to await the voice of Him
that says Come, ye blessed of my Father."
Uncle John leaves an aged companion, seven
or eight children, and many friends to mourn
bis loss. Weep not, friends, your loss is bis
Atkins, Chief of Police. Knoxvill,
Tenn.. write : "Mv famllv and I am hon.fl.
claries or your most excellent medicine, Dt.
King's New Discovery for Consumption i nay
ing found it to be all tbat yon claim for it, de
sire to testify to its virtue. My friends to
whom I bav recommended it, praise it at
very opportunity." Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption is guaranteed to cure oonghs,
colds, bronchitis, asthma, croup, and every
affection of throat, chest, and lungs. Trial
bottles free at Seybert Co.' drug store.
Large size (1. .... -
October itb, 1886,
Edward Lewis is abla to walk amniul In lkv
Joseph White is dangerously sick with ty
Per. Flaugher Is suffering with a gathering
on nil left hand.
W' H. Reno went to Cincinnati on Thursday
in a business capacity.
Miss Gall was the guest of Mrs. W. H.
Beno a part of last week.
T. W. Robert is pursuing the Study of med
icine with Dr. 0. 0. Hook. , '
Messrs. Anthony H irons and W. B. Noland
started for New Vienna on Monday.
Alex. Woods and son, Johnny, paid their old
neighbor, Jacob Easter, a visit hit Wednesday,
brlag'ng aim a nio basket of grapes.
Mr. Tom Lewis ha purchased himself s farm
in the neighborhood of Miller's Chapel. Tom
now has th cage and will soon catoh the bird
if we don't miss our guess.
Schools all going In our township except
nailers district ana, bo ter as we can learn,
started out with a good attendance. This is
encouraging. For, wherein is the (lory of f res
scnoois u eauaraa no not awesa i
Mr. Mark Dicker Is still auffsrlng from the
tart received t? Mr. tyrsfaiang en bias. The
aarUeaasrs, so far as w can wars, ar as fol
lows t Mr. Dierauaisyrswsrs sitting la tbs
sraaton oa a board which was laid across tba
wagon-bed and In driving along, very busily
ngaged in talking, th sad of th board oa
wMcn Mr. Dickey waa sitting slipped off th
SMancuiaiuBgsir. syrsMSi witasMwbel
weigataarosiMr. Dtokay's abdomen i sad Mm
weight of Mr. fan Utag two haadrtd and
Bsjrtypoaaastiu Hares sur. UMtajr nas re-
Ieetrealateraal lajnries waiak sen isMst
(teaatar. afr.Irr ie aae of tkeiUssaj M.
MsUfc. Bistort asnoag tha beat Ms) la
ear ailghistfciel.' r f
October 2d J 888,
Ihft bsnnnnlOds uotmof lbs flOi man's horn'
I heard agsln on him street., '
On every hand the iieopto in loan and cnrin
try are preparing for the ('sir.
Mr. Edward Kennedy and daughter, from
Nebraska, are visiting frlomls near town.
Mr. William Robinson left the first of the
week hi attend dental college at Cincinnati,
Ah Hay, the Chinaman, is now proprietor of
the lanmlry, the Rains Brothers having re
tired. Mr. Edward Miller, .1 r , has purchased a new
cornet and will olose in as a member of the
Rev. Charles Briggs and wife, of Locust
Grove, this oounty, spent last Thursday here
visiting their home.
Mrs. R. O. Klnkead and daughter Llrzie,
left laat Wednesday for Philadelphia, Pa., to
remain aanng me winter.
A very heavy frost fell here on laat Fihlav
night, and all vegetables and plants out of
doors wero completely cooked.
Now we did here some one say that P. M.
MacVerley was thinking at least a little about
taking to himself a better half.
Dr, Holmes and family, from near Center
Held, have moved to town and occupy the
Schrock property in the West End.
Mr. O. W. Baldwin, a former resident of this
city, now or Ban Francisco, California, spent
last week here, visiting his old home and
Mrs. George Juvenile died on laat Thursday
from consumption. The funeral services took
place from the home on East Main street last
Some two or three mad dogs were reported
from the country north of town last week. In
one case some cattle and several dogs were
bitten, and were killed the next day, but the
mad dogs escaped.
Just at this time If you wiah to make a Dem
ocrat scratoh his head and get red in the face,
Just ask him if he has heard the latest news
from the State Penitentiary, bnt don't mention
about the canes rapped with black and white
human hide. ,
The three Ferueau brothers from near this
plac4, who went West about a month ago to
grow up with the country and get rich in a
few years, returned home a few days ago to
the parental roof, and will be contented
alter to let wen enongn aione.
The accidental and horrible death of
Bnroh Amen, by the railroad at Hillsboro last
week, calls forth tbs warmest sympathies from
the people of this place for his bereaved fam
ily. Ho was well known here, and his terrible
death was a great shock to his many young
Mrs. Addle Smith, tho wife or Mr. James
Smith, died at her home in Rosa county near
this place last Tueiday. Sent 28th. in the 29th
year or ber age. Her death was th result or
typhoid fever. The funeral took place from
the house last Thursday, and the remains
were interred in the Greenfield oemetery.
The annual meeting or the Woman's Foreign
Missionary Society or the Hillsboro District,
was held at the M. E. Churoh in this place last
rnursaay, ine auin inst. -rue exercises began
at ten o'clock a. m., and continued through
the day, cloalng in the evening. The meeting
was jargeiy aneuuea, ana me program was
quite interesting to visitors.
On last Thursday about noon as Mrs. W. H.
Wilson was out buggy riding, her horse took
fright near the residence or O. F. Wilson, about
a mile west or town, and ran away, coming
Into town at a break neck speed. Mrs. Wilson
kept her seat and managed to keep the fright
ened animal under pretty good control until
pausing through town, where everybody waa
trying to stop it, and the consequence waa the
horse was scared the more. It ran into the
ditch near the east end of Main street. The
buesv struck a tree, throwing Mrs. Wilaon
out, but she escaped without injury, further
than a bad scare. The horse was not hurt, but
the 'buggy was rather badly used up. Since
writing the above we have learned that Mrs.
O. E. BeU was in the buggy with Mrs. Wilson
and Jumped out some distance out of town,
and was considerably cut and bruised about
the head and shoulders.
Mrs. O. A. NaPDer. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. R. Patterson (colored), of this place,
died suddenly on last Wednesdav mornlmr.
Sept. 29th, in the 20th year of her age. She
waa married to air. u. A. flapper August 23d,
1882. and leaves her husband and one child to
mourn her death. Mrs. Napper, at the time of
ner ueatu, was nere on a visit to her parents,
she and her husband havlog been residents of
Wilmington for four years past. They owned
a cozy little home there, and were doing well
in life, Just getting a good start and looking
forward to a pleasant and happy future, when
death came and blasted tbelr hopes. She was
highly respected here, by the white as well aa
citizens cr ner own color. She was a Christian
lady whose death will be mourned by all who
knew her. The funeral services took placo
from the A. M. E. Church last Friday morning
at half put ten o'clock, and were largely at-
tenaea ov uoiu wmte ana coiorea mends.
The remains were interred In the Greenfield
The banquet given on last Frldsy evening by
Mr. G. W. Reed, the landlord or the Park
Hotel, formerly Shlmp House, on East Church
street, was beyond doubt the finest affair of
the kind ever given in this place. The supper
was given to the business men of the place, and
every business and profession was largely rep
resented. About on hundred and twentv-five
persons ate a good hearty supper, and all pro
nounced It a great success, especially were
they all pleased with the tender slices of th
roasted pic. Th tables before they were
spoiled by the hungry crowd, looked more Ilk
flower and fruit beds than anything else, and
the nerf nme of th fine flowers filled th. whnb.
house. Everyone looked happy and none
mora so than our host Reed, for he waa
leased to see his guests enjoying themselves.
t was a costly layout, but It is not in Befd's
up to care n
to ear for expenses when his friends
latlsficd. Th bras band .lirtnri nn
are well satisfied. Th brass band stirred 01
th crowd and all that quarter of town with
soms fin, double aukik mnsin in the f manari
of the evening, and during supper Growers'
orchestra came in and entertained the crowd
for an hour or so with good music. Your sup
per was a decided sneoess Brother Beed, and
you will not be forgotten by those present.
October 2d, 1886.
Henry Defner steps like a dude now, it's a
Frank Fearco la confined to his bed from
Dr. B. A. Brown is better at this writing,
with hopes of a final recovery.
Tlalnl. tTnlm mJ ! Qalll T ,.....
paid this place a flying visit Thursday.
Nathan Capllnger walks th "most perpen
dicular" ol any person We have seen walk for a
long time, uause A nin pound boy,
Ber. G. B. Beecher nraachad at tha -Praahv.
terian Church laat Sunday, after an absence of
several weeks', x'reaoning WW De resumed as
uerevoiore, every ounaay at eleven o'clock.
' October 3d. 1886.
Ur.'Qta. Bller la rnstieatlnawith frisnds"lai
Fayette county, ? ,' t (
School has commenced here, with lilss Laura
loang an instructor.
School ---' in District Mo, R'mriah I.
T. Booth a the helm, i' - .J
Centennial Chapel nas been dropped from
theWinobesUrnlrcuit. , ,
The lea cream sinner at H.m.r H illn'a waa
attended by 80 persons. v
Mr. Junta Blser has organiced a singing
class at OeateanUl Chapel ;- ,
,; iuuusj wiu oe ouserrea at nesiey
Chanel Sunday, October 17th,
Oarrolton and LlUia Baaa --
at Winchester and Locust Oroya tha winter.
A surprise dinner was glren'af Mr. Jas. Mo
rtal's laai week, and r-ne at Mr. Haw Limes'
we are causa to utesaa. amy or nnroniaung
the 4eaifanof Mr.OrUstb UiIUsti;iraesn the
Angel of Death nuamoned from aw Midst on
eptesaber lTta. Hs bad been very feeWe far.
some time, and was kicked by a boraeMTsrel
dayiprtTiou to his death. Bewaea aged
gentleman, and a consistent atamtar of the
Presbyterian Churoh. Hsreeiid a tetany, Are
of whom snrriTe turn. Bat he bad sown for
fcb Master, and nU time f or raapiag and tome,
aadsMgatbseei in kU abeaTae esfeteratl re
ward. The family have, the sympathy of their
Catarrh Is a vcry'pretaient Alseass. wHa
distressing or-d of enslve symptoms. Hood's
Barsaparllta gives ready relief and speedy
cur, from the fact It acts through the blood,
and thus reaches every part of the system,
"I suffered with catarrh fifteen years. Took
Hood's Barsiparllla and I am not troubled any
with catarrh, and my general health Is much
better." I. W. Lillis, Postal Clerk Chicago
& St. Louis Railroad.
" I Buffered with catarrh 0 or 8 years ( tried
many wonderful cures, inhalers, etc, spend
ing nearly one hundred dollars without benefit.
I tried Hood's SarsaparlUa, and waa greatly
Improved." M. A. ABBEr, Worcester, Mass.
Hood's Rirsaparllla ts characterized by
tlin-o peculiarities 1 1st, tho combination ot
rrmct'ilil r.gcnt; 2d, tho proportion 3d, the
jroo.'j tf securing tho r.ctlvo medicinal
qualities. Tho result Ii nmedlclno ot unusual
strength, effecting enre hitherto unknown.
Bend for book containing additional evidence.
"lffinil. KirClinftll ti.Attt nil nflin-a n,f
!lw.'.,ri,,ll,!,,u,'t1l,.lufv::W" ' IU1UIIKOTOH,
130 Bank Strict, XewA'uik City.
Sold by nit drucrlstn. $1 six for $3. Mado
only by C. 1.1:0(0 fc CO., Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar.
October 2d, 1886.
Dr. D. N. McBrlde is ro-roofing his house on
George K. Roads returned from hla southern
James Foraker is making some improvements
by building a wagon abed and corn crib.
Anthony Edwards has started out as a travel
ing salesman for the Barrett Woolen Mills.
Chicken thieves have recently been getting
iu tueir wura in uuierent parts ot me town.
Waverly Waddel is re-bnlldlng his up-ground
cellar and making some other needed repairs.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barrett are happy over
the arrival of a promising girl babv a few dava
O. M. Garrett, of the Citizens' National Bank,
or Hlllsboro, spent last Sabbath hero with his
Eggs are selling for IS cents per dozen in
this market. That beats Cincinnati oue cent
on the dozen.
W. J. Bedkey and Harvey Uarter made a
business trip to Washington C. U., the fore
part or the week.
James W. Spargur brought his folks home
about the middle or the week from the Adams
county Mineral Springs.
Miss Bertie MoOord. of Oynthiana, is learn
ing the dress making business with Mesdames
Waddle and Cunningham.
Mrs. William Jones, of Hlllsboro, returned
home Wednesdav, after a brief visit to her
daughter, Mrs. Harry Barrett.
Mrs. Lydla Coleman, of Washington C. H.,
spent Tuesday and Wednesday the guest of the
ramllies or H. W. Roads and Flavins Hlxsou.
Absalom Miller, or Paint P. O., was iu town
this morning. He is quite lame from a painful
malady or some kind that has attacked hla left
A number or csttlo have been changing
hands in this region in the past two weeks at
prices ranging from 4 to cents per pound,
Ellsworth MoCoppln, one of Carmei's rising
young pedagogues, was in town Monday. He
goes to South Solon to teach this fall and win
ter, we understand.
Bev. John H. Davis, of Martinsville, visited
hla parents here laat Tuesday. Miss Carrie
Brown returned home with him to spend a
while visiting his family.
H. K. Roads and daughter, Miss Maggie, and
Miss Ella Upp, went to Cincinnati Thursday.
Mr. Roads wont to bnv sroods and tha tmtm,
ladies to visit the Exposition.
Garrett Bros, at Hillsboro wi.r, n. n
that they will be pleased to see any of their old
friends and acquaintances or Paint township
at their place of builness at anv time thev mav
come to town.
The newspaper reporters from this nluw
were a little previous in their statements in re
gard to the removal or John Duff to Bainbridge.
Mr.'Duff is arrannine to increase hi. llvnrv fa
cilities and will probably remain with us.
Soma nerflon. m.t In A. W nalrnw ....
Just south or town, last Saturday night and
after building a fire, proceeded to roast a num
ber of chickens and after eating as muoh ss
tney wamea, ieii ine carcasses in the ashes.
Rev. Wright, of Oynthiana, was here sever
al days of the past week visiting bis parishion
ers and watching with interest the progress
made toward the completion or the new church
that is being built by his people in this vicinity.
William Estle saw some one prowling around
the premises or Waverly Waddle and other
carrying a dark lantern a few nights since, at
an hour when honest people should have been
at home. What they were in search of he
coma not ten.
The William H. Trimble Post, O. A. R., will
have a publio meeting at this place next Satur
day night, tho 9tb, for the purpose of raising
iuuu. tur tm uuriu.o ui raising xunos tor the
renei oi ine unaneston sunerers. The obleot
is a worthy one and ought to commend itself
to everybody. A cordial invitation ia extended
to all Good speakers will be present.
'Squire J. 0. Ferguson waa called to Peters
burg Wednesday, in the absence of 'Squire
Eretzer, to hear a complaint against a man by
tbe name of John Spenser, whose home is at
Idahoe, Pike oounty. He had traded horses
that morning at Petersburg with a young man
by the name or Suiter and after the man had
started home the boy's father concluded that
his son bad been wronged in the trade and at
once swore out a warrant and a rat Onn.(.hl
Snider to arrest him. Re was ort 'aken a short
distance south of this place and trJten back for
trial, but the testimony was not suffloientl
strong to convict ana ne was set at liberty and
went on his way relolcinsr. Mr. finltar. h.
ever, followed him to Pike county and took the
horse by a writ of repleven and the right of
property was to bo tested to-day, but at this
writing we have not learned the result.
BALL HH0B. - " "
y October 1st, 1886.
Several of onr citizens atUndMl Ui. v.-ti.V
villa Fair last'week. - , V
Miss Ella Driaklll. of RmutIII. vi.uino
friends and relatives here this week.
YD. S. Hays has been to Cincinnati to pur-
iummw m iww .Hiva ui kuuub.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Lewis and ,MIs Emma
Pierson attended the Exposition ai Cincinnati
Kiss Lizzie Alexander was tbe guest of her
cousn., Miss Bertha Fenner, of near Hillsboro,
last Saturday and Sunday.
Tav TAla U . IU.. m it.1 t
cult, delivered his first sermon at theBharpe
vllle school-house last Sunday evening to quite
S. Muuaiin. ATerjDooy waa weu
with him. and we nredlet and wish fnr him
abundant success In his work during his stay
MOUNT OLIVE. ,
, Billy Newton's infant child was' laid io rest
penqe lie tnotner last nunday morning.
Wa understand tha new uhnnLhnnu In T4I..
trlet Ho. a has, not yet been taken off thsoon
tfactcr's handtTat it dose not come quite up to
weasveutoetsoae.-- . -
The remains of Mrs. Clara Farln wm. lt.r.
red in the cemetery at'thU place last Saturday
afternoon. That fell destroyer consumption
has claimed another victim. T T
We reoeaUy had tbe pltamre of vlaltlng Mr.
Jonah Britton'a deer park. II eoataina eight
as fine deer as caa be acared op anywhere in
Highland oounty. The two fawns are perfect
beauUes. while r'OU Oenaral". tha Inml at tka
flock,tsasffhtweU ealealated to remind an
oiq aunter or me tune ne naa his ant sevjee
attack of "buck uer." Tbia dear waa lud. mA
in the wildi of jfiehigan. in the tyring of $9
or '80, and bioee. has! re or sU prongs on aae
antlor, . Be la about an targe Mtbeooastaott
or Virglnb) dear ever grows, being much larger
tbejatneTaristy of tbe Boatbera Stain.
Mr. B. informed ne tbat Oensftd wen heeemlag
tomewbst vicious, end tbat he would Uve to
be penverted latoveniesn before many winters.
II teemed to at tbat M wonldbe tnS te btjteb-
m taeh a bsaaty, bat we dMat sa so, Mr. MA
Mer. few tsasremawaiasston e7waa?ags4aJ.
msm) Asmml m mmmmmmS faw fan 4mtsslmaassl
rwW sPsR 99 PUsPwsf, HsM,
FOR THE FALL AND
We wish respectftdly to call the attention of our
customers and the public generally to the
feet that our immense stock of
Boots and Shoes,
FOR THE SEASON IS NOW IN.
Having taken special pains in our selections, and
having purchased exactly-'at the right time and
of best factories, we feel justified in saying
we Hi a Bener lie i M
Of the kind than was
We invite all who appreciate ,, , ,.
and FAIR TREATMENT
TO GIVE TTS A. CJ.A.IJXj.
Our Stock is the Largest I Our Assortment the
Most Varied I Our Prices the Lowest
for the Value Given I
Smith's Block, HILLSBORO.
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lOME and See Our
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They tUw.yti havt ImI Bot feinf 1
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Are far superior to any in this market,
being the Cincinnati Deastcatteg
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Not only doubling the yield of wheat,
bat restoring the highest fertility
i nanvnas ius i
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WINTER OF 1886-7
ever shown in Hillsboro.
New Dress Goods.
New Dress Buttons
To the Mlic
I take this method of saying:
to the publio and my friends i
everywhere,, that Tule .have
been called by your sufirage to,
take charge' of 'one'of the offi
ces of the county, I shall con
tinue my old'iime business, and
hope to receive your patronage,
in the future as in the past: 'I'
shall strive to keep a ljne of
goods that will meet thewanta
of the people, and will seH as
low as the lowest.. Please jgive
me a call at the old stand.
J. M. Hiestand
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