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I, H.DOYI.E. W.B.RODIMM..
I xovi.k nunisux,
IFFIOK-Iti MoKlbben block, H. High street,
"" Physician and Surgeon ,
ii..pnirMln atrnAt. nvmr Detvller's Store,
KfKlUeuoe, Houln street, first tloor wel of Os-
mr i.einon's. ""!'
C II. rat.Lim. JOHN A. COLLINS.
1IIM.INH tt COLLINS,
ATTORMBT8 A.T X.A.W,
OrrtCK-Rooms 1 and 2 8m I 111 Block, cor
tier Main and High streets. A Notary Public
In office. mr"
Uiuce Hlbben block, formerly Herald office,
TXABT ft OABBETT,
ATTOBNBVS -A.T X.AW,
Orrick Corner of Main and High streets,
Merchants' National Bank Building.
Orricc-Over Felbel's Clothing Store.
OFricB Southeast corner Main and High
streets, room up-stalrs. auglyl
"Vir C. DCCKWAIX, D. D. 8.
OFKICE-Opposlte Dr. Hoyt's.W. Main street.
13 OSS VAMPTKK,
Physicians and Surgeons,
(Wittpk No. 38 West Main street, above
McUulre'a Tobacco Factory. niylyl
rvLIK J. BOSS,
Attorney at Law and Notary Publio
Ornck-In Strauss Building, over Felbel's
Clothing Store. dec27yl
-pvB. 8. J. 8PKK8
Will now give his entire time to the practioe
of bis profession. He has had extensive expe
rience, and will give special attention to the
treatment of Ohronlo Diseases. Office In Mo
Kibben'i Mew Block, up stairs, High street.
Heeidenee, Mo. El North High street, 3 doors
north of Clifton House, formerly occupied by
Hugh Bwearingen, Hillsboro, Ohio. Julloyl
A LLBN T. BOATMAN,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Office Strauss building, Booms Nob. 8 and 10
a. A. pavbv. a- bowl.
ATTOBNB-7S AJT X.A.W,
Orricx Smith Block, B. W. Cor. Main and
lir 8. PATTERSON, M. D
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
orricx Ovei Qulnn Brothers' drug-store,
Hpteial attention given to dtteatu of Women
, IX. OVKBHAX, JA40B J. PCOBLXT,
O. S, Pbiox, Cashier.
Citizens' National Bank,
Of Hillsboro, O.
Capital, tl00,000. Surplus, 960,000.
J. 1. Pugsley, O. B. Beeoher, W. H. Gregg,
Ellas Overman, John L. West,
F. L Bumgaruer. CM. Overman.
Dot a General Banking and Exchange
Butineu. Government and Count
Sonde bought and told.
L. t. BMIB, Cukiir,
First National Bank,
Capital flOO.OOC. Burplos 920,000.
. 0. Barrett, J. H. Richards,
, A. Weaver, L. B. Bmtth,
John A. Smith.
Dot a General Banking and Exchange
TAME8 STALEY, residing in Durham,
(J Marlon County, In tbe State of Iowa;
William it, udiuioi rnmiui m oiuu,iu
the County of Morris, Stat of Kansas, and
Mary K. Canaday and Samuel Canaday, her
husband whose place of residence Is un
known, will take notice that on the 11th day
of September, A. D. 1886, James Dutton filed
his petition In tbe Common Fleas Court of
Highland County, Ohio, In case No. 4402,
against the above-named parties and others,
praying far tbe partition or sale of two cer
tain tracts of land situated in Brusbcreek
Township, Highland County, Ohio, of which
David Dutton, late ef said township and
county, died seised, described aa follows :
Fibst Tbact Beginning at a whlteoak
aod poplar, a. w. corner to a lot of John Hat
Uirs.and In tbe line of John Graham's sur
vey No. 3843; thence with tbe Hoe ot said
atarvey N. 82 W.77 poles to two black gums
and a hickory, n.e. corner to George Gall's
lot ; thence with tbe line thereof 159 poles to
whlteoak and dogwood at tbe east corner
if amid Gall and in tbe line ot John Cap
llnger'a lot; thence with hlaltneE.95 poles
to a sugar tree, white walnut and whlteoak
In tbe Use of Peter Hatter's lot and corner
to Oapllnger: tbenee with the aald Peter
Hatter's line N. 160 poles, passing Peter Hat
ter's corner and with John Haiterw line to
the beginning, containing eighty-live and
one-half (85k) acres, more or lees, a part of
survey No. MM for 2,000 acres entered In tbe
naaea of John Hawkins, exoeptlng from aald
tract the following described parcel taken
therefrom and deeded on December 6tb, 1886,
by David Dotton to Jacob W. Bobb.to-wlt:
MgiaaiBc sisnoss corutrio jonn uapung
rt tract of land; tbeooe with ssld Capllng
r'ellneN.8 W.S8 poles to atone In aald
Una: thenea N.
1S . ay, poles to a atone ;
thenoe H. 7f E.
as poles to atone in tbe
sinking Spring road ; tnenoe with aald road
J.WKTie poles to a stone In aald road and
ib we west una ot
Uteaea B.OX neles
a the west line of Joseph Hatter land ;
haaaa H.tm nalaa to the baclnntna. son-
' tUUg atglil and three-fourths (8 seres,
of or sees.
anoao Taacr BltaaU In Brnsbcreek
Township, lilghlana Coaaty, Oslo, and
hoaade as follows! Beginning at aa Iron
weas la tbe lias of mtsaSefli affiaan's
o ner by John aUUer: tbenee
rkltaaik a.w.aornerto Ja-
aMsas.Mrasr to Joaesb West's enrvey;
ssMSMa H. T poles to a atone: thews east.
afsUy. with tbe aaeenscra of the hottoss, to
1M J&R SfTH J."ftr?B
.SM aaaveyed toMlehrtasfskar
r Paaa.saeeeiler ol the fieVwlB
it aj sata Joaa israaass, as-
I -aSasBBMalsBBasfl slsfa 6shBsssissBlaf ataSSt fcs
JAsllsh rill nUH71aBSBvrisT.
' ffy SHhaae, oaMaer Hire, his Atty '. a
ROUKltT MOKIIOW. nt motion, tluirili
county, Htme of NciruUil. tllt urn-.
uotlce Hint 11. U. Riih illcl, (initio IHlli iln
of Heptcllllier, 1K8U, II 111 his rlllliiti In tin
Common Pleas Court ot lllitlilnml mumy.
Ohio, on n transcript nereioiora niwi mini
thedocketof Wm. M.Mek..l, P., of Lllwm
township, in KBltl count v.HKKiim io recover
against said Robert Morrow lh Mini nt SK I"
with Interest front the KIM iln.v nt Mnrrh.
1882,onan account for medical ntlcnilsiio;
and medlolne.aitmlnlsternl, dell veretl.fniitiil
and provided for hltn anil his family, nt his
request. That there was Iwteil in khIiI no
tion an order of attHrluiinnt which wh
levied on the south half of In-lnt No.fllatid
14 feet off the north pnrt of lu-lol No. M, In
tbe village of lllllsborn, HlghlHiid vomit),
Bald properly appraised at 12 000
Said Robert Morro Is notlfleil I hut he Is
required to appear anil answer xnlil petlilnn
on or before the Ctli liny nl November. lSKh
II. V. KUtM.
Hlllsbojo.Ohlo.8ept. II, I8S0.
UFO. B.OAltnNKn.Att'v, scplj-dl
Is hiiIIiih, Hallne comity. KiiIishh. hiiiI
ChIvIii lllchardtion, wIiohh rt-MliIencn Is un
known, will tulte notice Hint Allen T. Uimi.
man, administrator of the estate of Jacob
W. Richardson. deceased, on the IJIh day of
September, A. D. 1880, tiled his petition In
the Probate Court within and tor the county
of Highland, and Slate ot Ohio, alleging
that the personal estate of said decedent Is
Insufficient to pay his debts nnd the charges
of arimlnlstratlnii his entitle; Hint he died
seized In fee simple of the following reul es
tate situate In the townships of Perry and
Burton. In Pike county. In tlieHlnleof Ohio,
and bounded mid described ns follows, to
Beginning at a stone near a spring north
west corner t the tract now being described ;
thence H. 02 12' K. .IT poles to a root of a
whlteoak, which wns the corner but has now
fallen down: mencea.Jtt'wr h. i .-lupoies
to a stake where once stood two linns, now
down and gone ; thence S. 8" 7' W. 2.1 poles to
a locust stump and poplar tree: thence H.
51 .WAV. 141 poles to two chestnuts, corner to
airacioi iaou ouonuwneu Dyjuuu uuiii,
thence with the Hue of John Llraes N. 23
SI' W. 102VJ poles to a stone In the above line ;
thence N.4l w u. &x poles in me Degin
nlnv. halnir a nartof surveys 14.472. 15.510 and
8,780, and containing one hundred and two
anu one-nan acres oi ihou, mure ur irwo ;
that Charity D. Richardson, widow of de
cedent, Is entitled to dower In said premises.
The prayer of the petition Is for an ap
praisement and sale ot said premises for the
payment of the debts and charges a foresaid.
The persons above mentioned will further
take notice that they have been made par
ties defendnnt to said petition, and that they
are required to answer the same on or be
fore the 1f.Hi day of October, A. D. 1880
ALLEN T. BOATMAN.
Alm'raf Jacob VV. Richardson, deo'd.
September 15th, 1880 tO
Fannie G. LI Hey vs. John Houp et nl. High
land County Court of Common Pleos. Case
ALIAS ORDER OF SALE.
In pursuance of an order Issued from the
Court of Common Pleas within aid for the
oonnty of Highland and State of Ohio, made
at the April term thereof A. D. 1880, and
to me directed, I will offer for sale nt public
auction at the door of tbe Court House, In
the town of Hillsboro, on
Saturday, October 30th, A. D. 18S0,
At 2 o'clock p. m.of said day, the following
described real estate, to-wlt;
Situate In tbe County of Hluhlnud. Slate
of Ohio, and In the Township of Llherty,
ana Donnaea ana aescnoea as ionows: rim
Tract Beginning at two whlteoaks and a
gnm west corner to John White's lot of 200
acres, and corner to George Campbell's lot of
100 acres; tlieni-e with tbe line of Campbell's
N.689 W. 112 poles to a hickory .dogwood and
whlteoak In tbe line of Frederic Bronte's
lot; thence N.22E,90 poles to a hickory
and dogwood corner to James Adams' lot;
thence with his line 8.80 E.30 poles to a
whlleoak and doawood : thence wttn anotn
er of aald Adams' lines N.22E. 91 poles to
iwo smau oogwooas ana smaii eini norm
corner to said White's lot: thence S. SOU0
K. 104 poles to a sugar tree, hickory and elm,
north corner tosald White's lot; thence with
his line 8. 39 W. 100 poles to the beginning,
being part of Otway Byrd's survey No. 2515,
saviDg, excepting ana reserving mereiroin
one-bait acre npon which tbe school-house
of District No. 1 stands. Second Tract Be
ginning at a whlteoak corner to tbe land on
which tbe late Daniel Houp resided, and
running N. 68" W. 28 poles to a hickory ;
thence N. 22 E. 110 poles to a blackout;
thence (18 W.82 poles to a stake; tbenee
N.22 E.90 poles to three large whlteoaks;
thence B.CS'E. 110 poles to two small dog
woods; tbenee S. 22 W. 100 poles to the be
ginning, contslnlng sixty-four acres, more
or less (ess 80 G6 aaresi. bounded and descrlb
ed as follows: Beginning at a stone north
erly corner of the County Farm; running
tbenee wltb a line thereof 8. 41H W.45 poles
to a stake In said line; thence through the
farm ot wnicn mis isapartm.su" w. i.ii
Doles to the Illdze Road : thence with said
road N.68 W.8JO-100 poltS, N. 45 W. 14 88
poles, N. 27 w. 38 poles to a stake in the
northwesterly llneof this farm ; tbenee with
said line S.uo E.&0 poles to a whlteoak;
thence with the Hue of John Huup's farm
S. 47 E. 139 88 to tbe beginning, containing
30 60 acres.
Said premises has been appraised at four
thousand Ave hundred dollars (64,500). and
cannot aell for less than two-thirds of said
Terms of sale Cash on day ot sale.
Sheriff Highland County, Ohio.
Sloane, Gardner & Hire, Att'ys.
September 25, 1880.
THE YEAR 1887
Fourth Judicial Circuit of Obio
It is Oroebed, That tbe terms of the Cir
cuit Court of the several counties In aald
Circuit for tbe year 1887 be fixed as follows,
On tbe 12tb day of January and the
22d day of September.
On tbe 17th day of Jannarv nnd tbe
28th day of September.
On tbe 2Kb day of January and tbe
1st day of October.
On the 3d day of February and tbe
8th day of October.
On the 9th day of February and the
12th day of October.
On tbe 17th day of February and tbe
19th day ot October.
On tbe let day of March and the
24 th diy of October.
On tbe 15th day of March and tbe
Ulat day of October.
On tbe 22d day of March and tbe
10th day of November.
On the 5th day of April and tbe
ii iu oay oi itovemoer.
On the lltb day of April and the
On tbe 26th day of April and tbe
zstn asy oi novemDer.
On tbe 4th day of May and tbe
5tn day of December,
On tbs 12tb dsy of May and (be
via aay or uecemoer.
On tbs 8Sd dsy of May and tbe
ista aay oi ueoemDer.
On tbs 1st day of June and the
V 38th day of December.
Bald terms to
a Deain at o-eioca a.
J. P. BRADBURY
MILTON J. CLARK
Btats or Ohio, 1
Hsobu.ahd Coturrr. f
I. J. H . JtsacB, Clerk ot tbs Clroalt Court
wlthta and tbs aforesaid soswtr and
aHats,do berehreertlfy that ths Sssaaolae:
se m iraa. sura aorraae ey m ana nataai
at slaa 1st aald Clark aakaa.
Ik tawriMokT Waawawr, I hay be
JHh riav tit
stattaaaaW. A. D. lsH
, K. KERCH, Clark.
isdraneM stages of
aTPrice at etarxoa.
1lon.JXh Genuine JPrv Btdft
nt,A J?wMrn la anu
tchilt wrorpert, andbejrs aa
regjitrrad Trade-Harks to wit i
stgoatnresof Jokn W,
!l . c. Jfcftr Pft.So.la
ys, cammore, am., v. d. m.
".The Oreatest Cure on Earth for .Pain,"
Will relieve more quickly than any
other known remedy. Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Burnt.
Scalds.Cuts, Lumbago, Sores, Frost
bites, Backache, Wounds, Headache.
Toothache, Sprains, &c. Sold by all
Druggists. Price 25 Cents a Bottle.
11. V. Holmes vs. David 8. HeeU. Hlghlnnd
Unnnty Court of Common Pleas. Case No.
4212. " i
ORDER OF SALE IN ATTACHMENT.
In pursuance of an order tanned from the
Court of Common Pleas within nnd for the
County ot Highland nnd State (if Olilo.mitde
at tbe January term thereof A. D.18S0, mi'l to
me directed. I will offer for Mile at public
auction at the door ot the Court limine, In
the town of Hillsboro, on
Saturday, November 18!li, A. 1). 188G,
ut oiioo'olock p. m.of snld dny the undivided
one-third of the following described rtnl es
Hitnatn in the county of II itliland and
State of Ohio and In (lie towushtpnf Con
cord, nud bounded and described us follows,
to-wlt: Beginning at two gums, elm und
Hnntvnnd. .Inim Thotnnsou'd north-west
" L. IM!-. ." ,.,. l.tu ,..,.. ,m
Corner; mence s. nu r.. wuu ma iiuti.u,
poles to n whlteouk, dogwood nnd black
oak In tbo line nt OIU Tater's lot of
nr land: thence N. 8 K. with his line
143K poles to two uums nnd u whlteoak sap
ling; thence N. 72 N.SIpolvNtnn whlteoaa
and dogwood ; thence N. 88' W. 18 poles to
tbe beginning, containing """ nuuureu unu
seventeen acres be tbe ennie more or le-s, be
ing part ot James F. Leech's snrvey No.
liisw.exoeptlng and reserving mereiroin SJ1A
acres set oil to Sarah A. Beet, widow of
George Beets, off ot the northwest corner of
the above described premises. Also except
ing and reserving therefrom the following
real estate, to-wlt: Beginning at a stone In
the center of roud on south buuk of the creek
lu Solomon Fling's lluennd ceuterof said
roadH. 30 W.31 poles to a stone In center of
same; thence N.87 W.1S poles to astoue;
thenoe with said Fling's line S. 10" W. 21 2 5
poles to a stone Ih suld line and corner to
the heirs of John Thompson's laud; thonce
with the line of Huron A, Ueets (widow of
George Beets) 8 80 E. Ti poles to a stone In
said line; thence with the meandering" of
said creek S. 75' W. 24 poles to an elm and
black walnut on south buuk of said creek ;
thence N.S8' W. 298-25 poles to the begin
ning, containing 18 acres, being part of snr
vey No. . Said premises being about Wi
acres left therein, after the above reserva
tion and being a part of the real estate de
vised by the last will of George Beets to bis
wife for life and to his children In fee.
The undivided one-third of the real estate
has been appraised at nine dollars per acre,
and can not sell for less than two-thirds of
Terms of sale Cash on day of sale.
H. O. DAWSON,
Sheriff Highland County, O.
John T. Hire, Attorney.
Ootober Kith, 1888.
HlLIShORO, O., HIOIILAKD COUNTY
Ootober Dth, 1880.
To the Qualified Voters of Highland
Whereas. Bv the laws of Ohio regulating
elections. It Is required by the Sheriff of bis
county to give notice, before the time of
noiains a general election, uy prociam mon
throughout the county, of tbe time on which
such election shall be bolden ;
Now, therefore, In pursuance of such re
quirements, I, H. C. Dawsnn, Bberlffof High
land county, Ohio, do hereby proclaim and
maae Known mat ine
First Taesday After tie First Monday
in Mew, A. D. 1886,
(Being the second day ot aald month)
Is, by tbe Constitution and Laws of Ohio,
appointed the day on which tbe qualified
electors ot Highland county are notified to
meet In their respective townships, at their
nsual or proper piaces designated for hold
ing elections, between tbe hours of alz
o'clock In the forenoon and six o'clock In
the afternoon of said day, and then and
there proceed to vote by ballot for the follow
ing officers, to-wlt :
One Secretary of State lor the State of
One Judge of tbe Supreme Court ot tbe
Bute of Ohio.
One Clerk of tbe Supreme Court of the
Slate ot Ohio.
One Commissioner of Common Schools of
tba State of Ohio.
One Member of tbe Board et Publio Works
ef tbe State of Ohio.
One Representative for the 12th Congres
sional District In tbe Congress of tbe United
One Common Fleas Judge for the sth Judi
cial District of the State of Ohio (for Long
unn uomraon riess j uoge lor toe oiu J uui
clal District of the State of Ohio (for Short
Ono Circuit Court Judge of the 1th Judicial
circuit or tne state oi unio,
One Auditor for Highland county, Ohio.
One County Commissioner for Hlxblan
One Intlrmarv Director for Highland coun.
APPORTIONMENT OF JURORS.
And notice is herebv alven that the fol
lowing Is the number of lurors apportioned
lovaou tuwusiiiuui Miu iib;uiiu vuuuty,
fer the Court of Common Pleas, Circuit and
Prchata Courts, to be seleo ad bv the Trus
tees ot each township, and returned wltb
tbe pott oooKsot tne mi
November election to
tbe Clerk of courts:
Brusbcreek, N. P..
Brusbcreek, H. P....
Liberty, B. P.
New Market ....
Given under my band this ttb day of Octo-
1W Bbarlff Highland County, Okie).
Than ara away ttMmH il jaiiajiiwMah
taTatt leek' a oMie attoeM-sk'siavetiliies
afloat to stw fwsjMc jijjj work, wkjeb
Oi tnl er lfith, 1880.
Mlm Mnry O'Ufl'1 V': nii,natti to Indians
In u ft" daiM.
Vli-iil that has In in Mowed Is HluiriuKuti ac
cuuiii.i'l iliv tttatliei.
Mr. Itwepli Ciiiiilierlitlul, nr till township,
luuvul lu l.ynehliiini l.rt w, ek.
We wlsl. to say, that in nominating Mr. 3.
M. Kditst a. the Kepnulkan candidate for
Comity Cnnimisriiiiirr, tlm convention acted
wineh! No liettcr tumi fur the position c mid
have been relei'tnl lie i a man who lias
fmilii hi. uivn b.lt lei-, nvi i come a great many
dlfncnlttcH ami bv I , t -. imuextrtlona has become
a man of goud Imaiutsii nnalitloatiiins. 'Ihe
Itepubllcana of this township are well satisfied
with the choice of the convention and aru de
termined to elect lilin. By profesnlou lie is a
firmer. He commenced uiarrkd life with only
a few dollars, and by being a good iinincltr
and very Industrious he lias accumulated uon-
sldemble real estate, lto is a Republican ; hav
ing cast his llrat vole fur Liucolu ami that he
has over since sctwl with that party is Imjoud
qnestiou. Hemrved In the Istewsr and was
honorably dischargcil. Ho demands Ids dues,
out Deileies that uiiieis nave me eaniu rignts
as himself, hence ho is alaays fair and liberal
in his dealings. Hisngsrcl for truth and fair
dealing is only equaled by his intense hatred
for all ''bombast" and sham. That he is high
ly esteemed lu this community was shown by
the grand serenade given him Tuesday night
by the. Jluford band. Ho has always been in
favor of publio improvement, when necessary,
and if elected to tliu position for which he was
nominsttd the people of Uighlaud county may
be assured that the business entrusted to his
care will be rightly attended to.
Day's Horse Powder is the thing to tne in
fattening sheep. Btockralaers should know
Dr. Hull's Ilaby fijrup, for the relief of colic,
teething, etc., contains no opium. Price 25
Indescribable. No ono can adequately de
scribe the sufferings imposed by indigestion ;
but Dr. Bull's Baltimore Pills will cure this
Maidens love to inhale Drexoi's Bell Cologne.
October 16th, 1886.
Miss Sallie Jones in I) log seriously sick with
Mis Lillle Selvers, ot Chillicothe, is visiting
Uiss j. annte Aiitcnener.
Mrs. M. Redkey was the guest of Mrs,
Thomas Terry yesterday.
Missei Lizzie and Emma Manifold are visit
ing friends in Greenfield.
Miss Belle Dickinson spent list week in the
Hill City, visiting friends.
Mrs. Blvens Gray, ot New Petersburg, is in
town to-day, visiting mends.
Mrs. E. W. Cox and Miss Louie Milner su
visiting friends in Zaneivllle.
Several persons from here attended tho
Greenfield Fair this week.
Misies Bailie Redkev and Vita Terry took in
tbe Greenfield Fair yesterday.
Fletcher Gay and family, ot Indiana, are the
guests of J. E. Brllwell and family.
Mr. J. V. Guthrie went to Cincinnati to lav
on business connected with the telephone.
Rev. M. Redkev spoke at New Vienna last
Thursday on the political issues of the day.
Misses Hattie and Mary Taylor were guests
of Mrs. Anna Phillips at Staunton, Sunday.
Win Kinzer, of Cincinnati, was in town the
forepart ot the week, visiting relatives and
Mr. John Duff and son have F. E. Ladd's
house completed. The workmanship is first
class, and gives satisfaction.
Mr. H. Forsba and family, who recently
moved here from Washington C. H., removed
to East Monroe last Monday.
Mrs. David Rains returned home last Monday
evening from an extended visit to relatives
and friends in Brown county.
Wanted By R. M. Gray, at his shoe shop on
Fairfield street, at least ten good loafers. None
but experienced men need apply.
Will Teter and family, ot Chillicothe, spent
last Sunday here, the guests of the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H Teter.
Messrs. Chas. Henderson and Harvey John
son have the contract for Isaac Barger'e new
barn, and will commence work Monday morn
Rev. M. Redkey started for OlarksviUe, Clin
ton county, this afternoon, where he will
speak to-night on tbe political issues of the
A couple of Greenfield's young bloods spent
Sunday evening with two of Leesburg's fair
damsels, vU : Missis Mary Teter and Nettie
Mr. and Mrs. John Morrison and daughter,
aocompanled by Emanuel Bowers, of Jefferson
villa, were the guests of James Taylor and fam
ily last Tuesday.
Married Last Wednesday.Mr. Everett Ladd,
ot this place, to Miss Reeves, of Hollow
town. The writer wishes them a long and
happy wedded life.
General Denver, the Democratic candidate
for Congress in the twelfth district, is expected
here in tbe near future. Wo hope be will be
followed by Hon. J. J. Pugsley.
Mrs. Edwin Johnson and son Will am, ot
Howrytown, O., and Mrs. Arabella dbaw and
son, of Illinois, were tbe guests of Mr. and
Mrs. G. W, McFalden and family last Wednes
day, Our shoe factory has been almost on a utand
still for some two or three weeks, on account of
having no orders in, thus throwing several out
of employment. We are in hopes however,
that they will soon start np again. ,
Died last night, little Boy Cox. eldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oox, of diphtheria. Tbe
funeral services will take place to-morrow from
the residence one mile northwest of town, after
which the remains will be laid to rest in Pleas
ant Hill oemetery.
And now comes onr Lexington butcher.
James Harconette, who after being duly sworn
according to law, deposes snd says that on last
Wednesday evening between tbe hours of six
and seven o'clock p. m. be was united in mar
riage to miis Annie Morrow, itev. i. a. Hum
phrey, of Leeibnrg, officiating, and further
this deponent saith not, The Newb-Hkbals
pencil sllnger extends congratulations.
As announced In last week's letter. Miss Sal-
lie Matthews and Mr. Milton DrlscoU were
united in marriage at the residence of tbe
bride's parents one mile west of town, last
Thursday evening at six o'clock. Only rela
tives of tne lamuy were invited. Tne nappy
couple took the ten o'clock train yesterday
morning for Columbus on a wedding tour.
The News-Herald man wishes them a bsppy
voyage on tne sea oi me.
Ws have so often been asked tbe nuestion.
"Are you a Prohibitionist ?" that we feel it our
dntv to sneak a word in regard to the matter.
Our political complexion is undoubtedly Re
publican and always baa been, and we are not
asnamea 01 11 euner, uy a long snoi. Dome
have asked ns wbv we take Mr. Redkev's Dart.
We answer that were the Leeiburg Suokeye to
attack any Republican or Democrat personally,
of the same standing in tbe oommnnlty as
Mr. Redkey, we would speak up in their de
fense Just the same. As we laid before, we
wish tbe Buckeye tbe beat of success, bat every
article that eaters its columns personally re
ferring to Mr. Redkey in tbe way they have in
the past few weeks, undoubtedly injure the
paper, and that badly too.
East Monroe baa lust added another star to
ber crown by furnishing another sensation,
caused by the arresting of a young man by
tne name 01 jsiair, ror attempting to taie tne
life of Mr. Ellas Simmons. It seems that
Blair and Simmons had some trouble, which
caused young Blair to threaten tbe life of Sim
mons, ana tnai ns aiwrwaros attempted to
carry his threat into execution, Whereupon
Simmons swore out a warrant for hie arrest,
charging him with assault with Intent to kill.
The trial is in orosress to-dav before 'Banire
Kelley at Lexington, but at tbie writing we
have not learned the result.
We have just learned tbe result oMhe Blair
trial, before referred to, the verdiot being that
Blair pay a fine of 910 and costs, and ten days
in Jail, tbe imprisonment part of the sentence
being suspended should he behave properly in
Ab E4 to Bom Scrir,
Edward Shepherd, of Herrieburg, 111., aara
"Having received to much benefit from Eleo
trie Bitten, I feel It my duty to let eturerisg
humanity know B. Have bad a running sore
on ay leg f or eight yean 1 my doctors told tie
I would have to have the bone eeraped or leg
amputated. J need, Instead, three bottles ef
Eleetrio Bitters and seven hoset Bachles'i
AraioaBalve, and my leg It sww.fewd and
&Me Batten IM aaU tfiWeeeJUe.
tleaBselea'eAraiee naive atMe. par has
by Beybert Co.
Wo doubt It thcro is, or can bo, a specific
remedy for rheumatism j hut thousands Vi'lm
havo suffered Its pains have been greatly ben
efited by Hood's Barsaparlllo. It you have
failed to find relief, try this great remedy.
"I was afflicted with rheumatism twenty
years. Previous to 1883 1 found no relief, but
grew worse, and at one tlmo was almost help
less. Hood's Barssparllla did me more good
than all the other medicine I ever had."
H. T. Baxcok, Shirley Village, Mass.
" I had rheumatism three years, nnd got no
relief till I took Hood's SarsaparUla. It has
done great things for me. I recommend It to
others." Lewis Burbank, Blddcf ord, Me.
IlnoU'n Birsiparllla Is r!inraclprl7cd by
tli.i i liociilisrlllos t Itf, Ihn combination of
mutli'l agents; 2il, thn proportion; 3d, tho
)nnrcnt t voitrhis tlio I'ttlvb medicinal
iU.ilillc". 'Ihe loMilt ti.'iii.rillrlno ot unusual
strpiiMh, cl.'' ling nun hitherto unknown.
Semi for I onk roiiUtliiing additional evidence.
"Hood'i Sir-niarllli tone tip my system.
imrlllcH n.y Mood, slitrpeus my appetite, mid
rcciiii to ni-iKo mo mci." .1. P. THOMPSON,
itrglstcr (.1 Deeds, Lowell, Mass.
"Hood's Rirsiptrllli bents nil others, and
is worth icuu'lnlit In C' Id." I. BAlUitNQTOV,
ijo Bank sued, New Yotk City.
Sold by nil tlrugf !sts. 81 1 six tor $5. Mado
only by 0. 1. HOOD ft CO., Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar.
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(Cincinnati Kesthern Kallnar)
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Reaching all the PBtNCIPAI. POINTS
South, Southeast and Southwest
Double Daily Service of ExpressTrains
First and Second-Class Coaches, Mann's
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ace Hnffet Sleepers
Passing through the MOST PICTURESQUE
REGIONS of the SOUTH.
The trains of the Queen 4s Ciiescikt connect
with all important lines running toumcin
cinnati, and Tnnouon Tickets to Amy
Poms 80DT11 shonld be asked for
via Queen and Orescent Route,
thus securing a Journey
Speed, Comfort and Convenience
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lien, naasger. A l uen. r. Jig 1. uen. r. jji
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Gives Troy laundry iiniih and gloss. Equal to over
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refunded. BAMPLK FBEK for letter stamp.
Tbe Geo.Foi Starch Co., Cincinnati. OMo.
Oldest Starch Factory la U. 8. Estab. IBM.
October 16tb, 1880.
Joseph McCoy took in the Greenfield Fair
Wm. Mercer had a horse badlv hurt by being
snagged through tbe neck last Wednesday. ,
E. 0. Pollard, the auDointee on the Belfast
circuit, preached at this place last Sabbath.
M. V. McCoy sold a oouole of beeves last
Wednesday that weighed 11,175 pounds, and
brought him $65 25 in cash.
Henry Miller raised a sweet potato tbat
measured twenty-eight inchts in length and
eight inches in circumference.
One of Henry Hopkins' twins, aged two
weeku and five days, died last Wednesday, It
was interred in the Union Chapel cemetery.
James Laforge killed a curious bird last
Sunday. In oolor it is yellowish gray. It
stood three and a half feet nigh, and measured
two and a half feet from tip to tip of wing.
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Bruises.
ourcs, uiccra. oai xuieum, f evcrourca, .letter.
Chapped uanas. Chilblains, corns, ana an
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or
no pay required. It is guaranteed to give en
tire satlafaettsn, or money refunded. Price
35 oenta per box.
FOR BALE BY Beybert A Co. septByl ,
October 16th, 1886.
The sick mentioned in my last are slowly
Mrs. W. H. Reno and Mrs. J. W. Ford were
tbo guests of Mrs. Tener yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Haines, of near Sabina. were
the guests of Mrs. Smart and son Arthur this
jar. ur. vr. iiuwHari ut juiuuiv run, umiw
r n nr mi...L.. . uui x.i m
over on Wednesday evening to visit bis friend,
J. N. QalL
F. A. Tener and family spent Saturday with
Henry Hetherlngton, of MlUer't Chapel, and
enioyea a nuge squirrel nam.
Mr. Anderson Campbell and family, of
Council Grovo. Kansas, visited bis uncle.
1 nomas unmm, last jnonaay.
Mrs. Frank Tedrick and little daughter came
down on tbe bark Saturday, and Sundayed
with her father, John Webster.
Arthur Smart and George Wilson returned
from Centervllle, Clinton oonnty, Tuesday
night, where they bad been engaged in cutting
Dick Stalls, ot basket fsme, returned from
bis northern trip with a black eye and a peeled
nose, from coining In contact with tbe wagon
Rev. J. A, Long filled the M. E. pulpit last
Sabbath at a p. ro., lu the absence of Rev.
Briggs. Tbe sermon is spoken of as a very
The land and effect of Mrs. Leforse were
appraised last Wednesday, to settle up court
expenses. Tbe old lady is likely to be set
eanit in ner 01a age, wnicn is a great pity.
Our bachelor friend, Samuel Gillespie, was
telling us tbe other day that be bad one hun
dred fine young chickens to sell. How doe
this strike you for a bachelor? It's a great
pity Sammy hasn't a little wife to share tbe
proflti of his hennery.
The First Keen TirlBffe.
As the season advances, tbe pains and aches
by which rheumatism make itself known, are
experienced after every exposure. It is not
claimed that Hood's Barssparllla is a specino
for rheumatism we doubt if there is, or can
be, such a remedy. But tbe thousand bene
fited by Hood' HamperilU, warrant u in
urging other who suffer from rheumatism to
take it before the first keen twinge.
Dead, O dead I The bells are tolling 1
List I tbe wave of grief are rolling,
Bof t a fatber'e dead lie sleeping j
bolt a motneri tear are railing
For the little heart (tilled to-day.
Happiness, tby chain were broken
By hi word, more kindly spoken,
Oentler, sweeter than the ooolng of the dove.
Kneel then, ere the day is over,
And that dead brow softly oover
With tbe laurel of tbe victor, though hi
soul baa gone above.
Dead. O dead 1 The hell an tolUag,
Aad the (ad wove, onward roUlsg ,
Sweetly, softly die away.
Momma farewell-teU a grssilsf,
For deMrtoa IrVs aaeeeteg
With tb happy tafjebt to4ay.
FOR THE FALL AND WINTER OF 1886-7
We wish respectfully to call the attention of our
customers and the public generally to the
fact that our immense stock of
Boots and Shoes,
FOR THE SEASON IS NOW IN.
Having taken special pains in our selections, and
naving purcnasea exactly ai tne ngnt Lime ana
of best factories, we feel justified in saying
w Hffi Of. Li 111 Ms
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We invite all who appreciate
and FAIR TREATMENT!
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Most Varied I Our Prices the Lowest
for the Value Given !
T. A. WALKER & CO.
Smith's Block, HILLSBORO.
I0ME and See Our
lOME and See Our
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peing tne umcwnau jjeaucaung
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31 K01TH HIGH IT.
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