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OtFlctfln Muliltiueu block. 8. High atreet.
YnVIN MeD. SMITH,
Pmltli'4 Hloek.our. Main slid Mlili streets.
Physiolan and Surgeon,
UrFiCK -Main street, over Deiwiler'nelore.
)tsl tt-ii.-e, South streel.nrsl door west of Ot
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ATTOBNBT8 AT X.A.'W,
Ors-irr.-Rooins 1 and 2 Smith Block, cor
ner Mlnnud High street. A Notary Public
DrEicE-Hibben block, formerly Herald office.
-rxAUT St OABBKTT,
ATTORNETS AT X..A.W,
OrrtUK-Corner of Main and Hlgbatreeta,
Merchants' National Bank Bnlldlng.
y-1 EOnOE B. OABDMBB,
OKFicr.-Over Felbel'a Clothing Store.
OrriCE-Southeast corner Main and High
t treeu, room up-stalrs. auglyl
"T V. DCCKWAI.Ii, D. D. B.
ajrriCE-Oppoelte Dr. Hoyt1,W. Main street.
D USS VANDYKE,
Physicians and Surgeons,
OKFt-No. 36 Weat Main etreet. above
McU aire's Tobaoco Factory. mylyl
rUM J. BOSS,
Attorney at Law and Notary Publio
Office In Strauss Bnlldlng, over Felbel's
Clothing Store. oecys
v A LLKN T. BOATMAN,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
OUlce Strauas building, Rooms Noe. 8 and 10
a. a. PAVr. c. k. Botrin.
-rATET ts BOWLES,
ATTORNEYS AT X.A"W,
Offick Smith Block, S. W. Cor. Main and
THtT fl. PATTERSON,
fl. PATTERSON, M. D.,"
PHYSICIAN and SURQ-EON
. HILLSBORO, OHIO.
OFVicr Ovet Qulnn Brothera drng-etore,
optctai attention given toMttatetof Womtn
O. M. Otcbxak,
Job J Pcosixr,
O. S, Piiax, Cashier
Citizens' National Bank,
Of Hlllsboro, O.
Capital. 100,000. Burplni, 60,000.
J. J. Pncsley, O. B. Beecher, W. H. Gregg,
Ellts Overman, John L. West,
F. L Bnmgarner. O. M. Orerman.
Dot a Central Banking and Exchangt
1'uAineti. Uoternment ana uountg
Honda bought and told.
ion a mm. mtttm. t. a. satm, owu.
First National Bank,
Capital 9100,006. Surplus 20,000.
A. 0. Barrett, 3. H. Bicharda,
8. A. Weaver, h. 8. Smith,
John A. Smith.
Don a Gtneral Banking and Bxehangt
TIMES FOR HOLDING COURTS
FOB THE YEAR OF 1687,
Fifth Judicial District of Ohio.
It is Hereby Ordered, That the Courts of
uommon rieas ror tne year hot, sneu negui in
the seTeral Counties of the Fifth Judicial
District of the Bute of Ohio, at the timet fol
lowing, ro-wii :
First Sab-DiTislon Adams county. January
11th i April 13th j Ootober 1th. Brown coon
ty, February 15th j Kay 17th ; Norember IStb.
Clermont county, January SStu ; May 17th ;
Second Eub-Dirision Fayette county Feb
ruary Hth ; May 3d j Norember Jlst. High
land oounty, January 10th ; April 5th Octo-
oeriun. noes county, January win ; Apm
Third Bab-Dirlsion Franklin county, Janu
ary 10th i April llth s September 19th. Madi
son oounty, March 3d June 1st; November
9th. Piekaway county, January th; April
Ana , ovpteuuer win.
EDWABD T. BINGHAM,
A. T. OOWKN.
ELI P. EVANS,
D. W. O. LOUDEN,
HAWLEt J. WYfJfc.
HENRY M. HUOOIN8,
WILLIAM E. EVAN8
Stats of Ouo, 1
Biobxavd Oocim. I
LJ.B.atac,Clerkof the Ooaasao. Pleae
Oourt. within and for the afar etald awuity aad
State, do kereby certify that the foregoiog it a
tree aaa correct oosyoi M ottfiutl lovoi
I Tawswon Wanior, I hay hereunto
set my hand aad anUed the atal of
Md day of October, A. D. lew.
i. n. aksch, cierk.
Xtt fttr BeeJtcv tfca itaaiiaigetof
fggagewiTbaw- M "" oaTwaaiiH
X. 9. IMfB4)laek,
Joseph Cnlin vs. ChssIu M. Miinn. ft nl.
Hlghlamt rmmty Court f Common Plea..
order OF RALE.
Ill PUntllH i ni ml nnirr iwuni ir.MII mf
Cunrlof ('minimi PleaK within ami for the
county of H .aIiIhih! and Hlnle of Ohio, iintde
nt thf Ootnin i ir-rni thereof A. 1). 1880, "Ml lu
me illreetw', 1 will offer for sale m public
auction a door of I lie ('ourtlioiie, In
the town i ililUboro.oii
fetarisy. Meeomber 4tk, A. 1). 1880,
At oueoV . K p. m. of paid dry the follow.
Insjdasorti- .mlette, lo-wiw
In-lot N. '.7 lu lhe Villas f New Isling
ton, lllslil I fount. Ohio, iik known and
designation tlii" pUtuf rhiiI vlllsge.
nam prr mi-i hum oevu NturHiwu hi trawi
fnitr linn.li.-tl mul twentv-nvn ilolhir. auil
can notw-ll Im lei limn tuu third of said
lermsi'i n iami vu ubt "i "win
Hlii-rlirof Highland County, Ohio
teol A H 'nun, Attorney!.
Uattle L. Wright vs Alontn II. Wright t a).
Highland uountyconn or. uommon i-ieas.
ORDER OF SALE IS PABT1TIQK.
In nursuance of an order Issued from
the Court of Common Pleaa within and
for the County of Highland and State
of Ohln.mwle at the October term there
of A. D. low, ana to me airecieu, i win
offer tor sale at publio auction at the door of
the Conrt House, In the town of Hlllsboro,
Saturday, December 11, A. D. 1886,
At 2J4 o'clock p.m. of said day, the follow
ing desert bul real estate, to-wlt :
Situate In Highland county, Ohio, and In
thutnwiifif HiTUborouah. bounded and de
scribed as follows: A certain part of lo-lot
numoerone nunurea anu ninety-one (no.
191) in the town of Hillsborough, being one
hundred end thirty feet front on West strict
(130 ft) and one hundred feet (100 ft) on North
aireet.known and designated on the recant
ed platof mid town by Us aforesaid number.
a tia premises nas oeen appraised at iiwi
fourteeu hundred dollars, and can not sell
for Ires timn two-thirds of said appraise
ment. Terms of Hale One-third cash on day of
sale, one-third lu one year, and one-third In
two years, the deferred pay menta to bear In
terest from day of eale and to be secured by
mor..g. on me pr-ig- DAWBONt
Sheriff Highland County, Ohio.
DeBruIn A Hogsett. Att'ys.
November llth, 1886.
T. M. Elliott. ex'r, etc, vs. O. I. Rocker et al.
Highland County Court of Common Pleaa.
Case No. 931.
OKDElt OF SALE.
la pursuance of an order lssned from the
Court of Common Pleas within and for the
oonnty of Highland and State of Ohio, made
at the April urm thereof A. D. 1888. and
to tne directed, 1 will ofler for sale at publio
auction at ttie door of the Court House, In
the town of Hlllsboro, on
Saturday, Norember 20th, A. D. 1886,
At one o'clock p.m. of said day, the follow
ln descrlhrd real estate, to-wlt :
Situate In the county of Highland, In the
State of Ohio, and In the town of Greenfield,
end bounded and described aa follows, via:
All of out-lots number seventy (TO), number
aeventy-oii (71), number seventy-four (74),
number seventy-Ova (75); also part of out
lets numbers seventy-six (78) and reventy
seven (77) ; the said two lota, numbers 78 and
77, eon lain fouracrea and one hundred and
forty-six poles, being oounded on the weat
by Jamea Logan's purchase, on the east by
Ellia T. Odell'a purchase.
Said premises has been appraised at Out
lot No. 70 at 1300; out-lot No. 71 at (300 ; out
lot No. 74 at tax)! nnt.lntNo.76 at 8300: Dart
of out-lot No 78 at M00; part of out-lot No.
77 at rroo ; and can not sell for less than two-
tnirasoi saia appraisement.
Terms of ale Cash on day of aale.
H. C. DAWSON.
Sheriff Highland County, Ohio.
W. H. Irwin, Attorney.
October 201b, 1888.
14. P. and E. J. Scott, ex'rt, Ac., vs. Nancy
Abbott and Noah Abbott. Highland Coun
ty Court of Common Pleaa. Case No..
OBDXn OF BALE.
In pursuance of an order Issued from the
Jonrt of Common Pleas within and for the
.ouuty of Highland and State of Ohio, made
at the April term thereof A. D. 1888, and to
me directed, I will offer for tale at publio
auction at the door of the Oouri-House, In
the town of Hlllsboro, on
Satardsy, December 4th, A. D. 1886,
At 2 o'clock p. m.of said day, the following
described real estate, to-wlt:
rtltuate In Highland oonnty, State of Ohio,
n the waters of Rattlesnake creek and a
Krt of William George's survey No. 1188,
onded and described aa follows, to-wlt t
Beginning at a large blue rock : tbence run
ning down the branch 8. 32 18' E. U poles,
crossing a run below the spring to a atone on
the west side of the branch: thence B. 4 12
E. crossing and recreating the run 64 8-10
poles to a .tene on the high ground between
two branches In the line of the heirs of A.
M. Strain: thenoe with said Strain's line B.
86 IV W. 15 7-10 poles to a stake in aald line ;
tbenea N. 13 45" W. 71 MO poles to a stake;
N.7O30' E. 34 7-10 polee to the beginning,
containing ten acres of lana, being part of a
tractor land conveyed by Joseph It. Strain
and wife to Wm. P. Strain by deed dated
October 25th, 1864, and conveyed by the aald
W. P. Strain to Joseph N. Lumbeck.
Said premises baa been appraised at (8250)
two hundred and fifty dollars, and can not
sell for less than two-tblrda of said appraise
ment. Termt of tale Cash on day of tale.
B. 6. DAWSON,
Sheriff Highland County, Ohio.
Sloane, Gardner A Hire, Att'ys.
November 4th, 1888.
Carroll A Downbaa vs. Jot. M. Bandsrson
et ai. utgniana uonnty uourt or com
mon Pleas. Case No. 4,375.
OHDEB OF BALE.
In nnrsnanea of an order Issued from t
Court of Common Pleaa within and forth.
County of Highland and State of Oblo, made
at the October term thereof A. D. 1886 and to
me directed, I will offer tor sale at publio auc
tion at the door of the Court House, in the
town of Hlllsboro, on
Sttardsr, December 4th, A. D. 1886,
At 2k o'clock D.m. af aald day. the follewlnr
deeeilbed real estate, to-wlt:
Sltuata In Hlgbland oounty in tba Stale of
Oblo and lu the township of Hamer, part of
rarser-s survey no.anua pan or wnatia
iddwb ini iwmimwr laraiiyuunuOTl anu
described a follows, to-wlt i Beginning at a
gam trea at Use a. a. corner of the fares on
wbicb jatoo uoanran is now living, anown
aa the William Long farm : tbanoe with the
north line thereof N. 73, W. 82 4-10 poles to
a stone in aald line; thenoe N. irafE. I4K
poles to a stone la tbe line of .Joseph Hill's
ana t tnenee wiia saiet uiirs line i
80 S-M Doles to a stake: thenoe tbn
aald Walker faraa to Include sorts of
land 8. ltU" W. US S-M Doles Isi ataka In
tba Booth OMtfMkt Walker farts: tbenee
with aald line M. Tttk'W. 47 -l polee to tbe s.
e. oarnerof tbaasld Waa. Long faraaj theaee
with tba sat Una thereof N. 1IH E. 1044-10
Klet to theplaeeof beginning, containing
Irty-elght acrtt and one hundred aad three
asuar.twretiee.aad being tbe same preatltee
set erto Mary Saadersoa. wife of Joaeah
II. Baaderaoa, by metes and boasdt,aaher
bomeatead.oa tba Wth day of January. A
D. 1886. la tba ease of Hsory Roach vs. Jos
eph M. Baaaereon and others, aaabown In
KamUaeiBaatt, No. 8, naga Mt.af Highland
aaUfor lata than two-thirds of aald aaarstae
Tsrtaaafaale CtaalioaJUyerfsstftC ".
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iaaa ueaaty , uaio.
twtuajajrwV and .Man or I
ma TTWMiArirA to win
una f iTtTtft a jw
".The Oreatest Cure on Earth for Palo,"
Will relieve more quickly than any
other known remedy. Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Swellings, Braises, Burns,
bites, Backache, Wounds, Headache,
Toothache, Sprains, &c Sold by all
Drnggists. Price 25 Cents a Bottle.
James Dntlon vs. John Dutton ot al, Hlgb
land County Courtof Common Pleas Case
ORDER OF SALE IN PARTITION.
In pursuance of an order Issued Iroin the
Courtof Common Pleas within and for the
county ot Highland and State nf Ohio, made
at the October term thereof A. D. 1810, and
to me directed, I will offer for snle at public
auction at the door of the Court IIoiikp, In
the town of Hlllsboro, on
Saturday, December lltli, A. D. 1886,
At 1 o'clock p. m.of said clay, the following
described real estate, to- w 1 1 :
Situate In Brushcreek township, Highland
couuiy.Ohto. on the waters of Oulo Urimb-
oreek, und hounded and deaorlbed as follows.
First tract Beginning nt a white oak and
DODlar aouthwe.l corner to a lot of Juhu
Halter'a and in the line of John Qrahuin's
survey No. 2842 : thence with the Hue nf said
Uraham's survey; thence N.82" W. 77 poles
to two black gums and n hickory n. u. corner
to George Oall's lot; thence with' he line
loereoi iw puies 10 u wniieoua; anu aogwooa
at the east corneruf saltl Uall and In the line
ot John Caplloger's lot; theuce with his
line E.U5 polos to a sugar tree, white walnut
anu wniie ouk iu me uueoi xeier nailer .
lotand ornertoCaminaer: theucewlth the
said Peter Hatter's line uorth 160 polos, pass
ing i-eier nailer's corner anu wuu jonn
Hatter's Hue to tbe beginning, containing
elulitv.flve and one-halt (Sj'Xt acres, more or
less, beluga part of survey No. 1S38 for 2 000
acres entoreu lu tbe name ol John Hawktns,
excepting from said above described tract
the following described parcel taken there
from and deeded on December 5lli. 18&1. jv
David Dutton to Jacob K. BoUb, to-wlt : Be
ginning it n sioue coruiT to jonu uupiing
er's tract ef laud ; thence with said Cap-
lingers line sx.Gi w.aspoies io amone in
said Hue; thence N. 1J K. 4iJ poles to a
stone; tbence 8.78 E. 23 poles io a stone lu
the sinking S Ting road ; thence with said
road 8. 63" E 10 poles to h stoue In said road
and In the weat line ot Joseph Hatter's la d;
thence B.37 poles to the beglnnln, con
taining elgutand tbree-tourtbs acres, more
or less. Second traot situated lu Brushcreek
township. Highland county, Onlo, bounded
ana described as follows: Beginning at an
Iron wood lu the line ot Elizabeth Huff
man, aud conveyed to her by John Hatter;
tbence 8. 113 poles to a whtleoak northwest
corner to Jacob Halter's survey, N. 82 16' W.
145 poles to a gum soutlieastcoruer to Joseph
West's survey ; thence N . 78 poles to a Btone ;
tbence easterly with tne meanders ot the
bottom to tne beginning, containing one
hundred acres, being part of survey No. 2813
patented to Jonn Gmliam by patent bearing
date October 23,1789, ana conveyed to Nich
olas Baker by Waiter Dunn, executor of the
last will and testament of said John Gra
First traot or Siji acres less Vii acres has
been appraised at lib per acre, or 81,151 25.
Second traot of 100 acres appraised at 812
per acre, or 81,200, and cau not sell for less
tbau two-thirds of said appraisement.
Terms ot Sale One-third cash on day of
sale, oue-tblrdln one year and one. third lu
two years, the deferred payments to bear
Interest from day of sale and to be secured
by mortgage on the premises.
Sheriff Highland County, Ohio.
Sloane, Gardner A Hlre.Atty't.
Nov. llth, A. D. 1886.
Frank E. Burnett vs. Ellen Woods et al.
Highland County Court of Common fli-as.
Case No. 4407.
ORDER OF BALE IN PARTITION.
in pursuance of an order lssned from the
Courtof Common Pleas within and for the
County ot Hlgbland and Stale of Ohio, made
at the' October term thereof A. D. 1886, and
to me directed, I will offer for sale at public
auction at tbe door of the Court House, In
the town of Hlllsboro, on "
SatortUy, December 11, 'A. D. 1886,
At 3 o'clock p. m. of said day, tbe following
described real estate, to-wlt :
First tract situate In Concord township,
Hlgbland county, Ohio, and bounded and
described aa follows, to-wlt : Beginning at a
white oak corner to Henry Miller; tbence
wltb bis line 8.74 W. 117 poles to a stone,
corner to D. S. Bateman; iheoce wltb tbe
line of aald Bateman and T. M.McCormlck
0.11 W.118 poles to a sassafras, corner to
said MoCormlek; tbenee wltb another line
of said MoC-irm.ok N. 74 E. 9 poles to a
hickory, corner to said McCormick ; thence
with his Hue and a line of Wm. Hetberlng
ton 8. 70 E. 141k polea to a atone lu aald
Hetherlngton's line, corner to tbe land of
John Armstrong: thence with tbe line of
aald Armstrong N. 7 E. 47 poles to a stone;
tbence N.78 w. 27 poles to a stone: thenoe
N. 88 W. 7 poles to a stone ; thence N 48 E.
88 poles to a stone, corner to said Armstrong
In a Una of Henry Miller; thence with a
line of said Miller N. 40 W. 67 polea to a
stone in said Miller's line; thence wltb
another ot said Miller's lines N. 8 W.28&
poles to tbe beginning, containing one hun
dred and thirty-five aorea and ninety-five
poles, more or leas, being part of John Glll
ton's survey No. 684, on toe waters of Brush
creek. Also tbe following second tract, situate In
the township of Scott, In the oounty of
Adama and In the State of Ohio, and bound
ed and described as followi : Beginning at
two white oaka and two elms (now gone)
tbe roost northerly corner to survey No. 8800
for the representatives of Charles Lewis, de
ceased ; tbence S. 67 E. 192 poles to a stone:
tbence north 34 poles ; tbence N. 34" E. 82
poles; tbence N. 14 E. 20 poles; thence N. 07
W. Wlpoies to a hickory ; tbenee B. 8 W. 84
poles to tbe beginning, containing ninety
nine (901 acre, mora or leas, bains Dart of
surveys Not, 48ST and 5084, tave and except
on oi aaia tract toe roiiowiugaesoriDea par
eel deeded by said Tamer C. Burnett to Mar
tha J.Page off tbe east end thereof, to-wlt:
Beginning at a stone corner of Post and Rob
erta; thence In May Hill and Belfast road N.
67 W. 23 poles to a stone ; tbence N . 20 E. 86
poles to a stone In spencer Cornelius' line;
thence wltb his line S. 07 E. 14 poles and 10
links to tbe aald road: thence In the center
of aald road 8. 20 poles; thence m poles;
thenoe B. 84 polea to tbe place of beginning,
containing elgbt 18) aorea of land.
Bald premises n t been appraised asfol-
Flrst tract at 12.025.
Second traot at 81,093, and can not tell for
leas than two-thirds of aald appraisement.
Termt of Bale One-third casb on day of
sale, oat-third In one year, and one-third in
two years, the deferred pay menu to bear
Interest from day of sale, aud to be secured
by mortgage on tbe premises.
Sheriff Highland County, Oblo.
Hloane, Gardner A Hire, Att'ys. i
Nov. llth, 9886. ,
aageaw .asaa na
FmhMeatsof All Kinds
OF THE BEST (JUAtlTY, '
v OTOWawJ Ara,FAJCTjlB
QIVK MK A.CAIJL..
N ivhiiIm r 8th, leec
I.lltli Thl Avliur i coiithIlkcIiih.
Mrs. )lantlni; is qniU poorly ulth thrut
A wnini rli-iiti s t Mr, full Ann Michaels
Mr and Mrs. (J. r. Kcntt Wfrc vlkltlnir miir
Fairfax the Utter part nf lt mck.
Mrr. It E. F.llis is ItIiik on In low with lnrm
fover, with very little hope of reniwy.
Catarrh it a constitutional dlstfafe. Hood's
Binspsrllla Is a constitutional remedy. It
enrrs cstarrb. O.ve it a trUl.
Novnnilinr IStli, 1886.
Gathorlnx corn is the order of the day with
the farmers in, this Motion,
Tim school was dosed for a few days list
week, on account of diphtheria.
Mr. Everett I add and wife, of Leeebnrg,
RuniUytd with Mrs. Lsdd's parents.
8. M. Hidings and wife, of Newtonville,
Clermont county, were visiting in this vicinity
Mr. Henry L. Fito and Nancy J. Ileedy were
made man and wife on the 6th init, at the resi
dence of G. W. Martin, J. P.
Franklin Cutter tud sister Ella, who hare
been living in Kansas the past yetr. hare re
turned to this pUce to spend the winter.
For siok headaoho. female troubles, neura'-
o pains in the head, take Dr. J. M. McLean's
ittle Liver and Kidney Pilletts. 35 cents a
vial, lor tale by Btybort A Co.
November ISth, 1886.
The Mctllnre brothers start a drove of four
hundred turkeys toward Hlllsboro to-day
Allen Ockermsn and wife, of near New Lex
ington, attended the meetings here last Satur
day and Sunday.
Tbero wst quite a Urge crowd assembled at
the old Dankard Cburoii lsst Bandar to bear
Elder tUutsman ditpenss the Bread of Life.
Elder Lsndon West, of West Alexandria, O.,
who has the oversight of tbe German Baptist
Churches in Highland and Adams counties,
hat been spending the paat two weeks visiting
Hampton Ysrger and family, who went to
Tennessee about a month since, have returned.
It did not prove to be a "garden of Eden."
They landed in the Great Barrens west of the
Old people suffer much from disorders of
the urinary organs, and are always gratified at
tbe wonderful effects of Dr. J. H. MoLean's
Liver and Kidney Balm in banishing their
troubles. 91.00 per bottle. For sale by Sey
bert A Co.
November 13th, 1886.
A. G. Mstthews resumes his school duties
again next Monday.
J. C. McCoy is en tho sick list with a bad
cold at this writing.
Miss Mary E. Collins, of the Hill City, is
visiting at this place tms week.
The protracted meeting commences Satur
day, the 20th, at Union Chapel.
Joseph Weat received from the Dayton nur
aery nity tine appie trees last osturuay.
A. T. Oaborn. of Locust Grove. Adams coun
ty, spent a few days this week among mends
Mr. Wilson Hobbs contemplates soins to
Peebles to set up a barber shop. We wish him
Aunt Nancy White and arand-dauEhter. of
Mt. Zlon, are visiting friends and relatives at
this place this week.
Samuel MoCoy has the boss corn crop of this
section. He has a pleoe tfa.t will make seventy
five bushels per acre.
Rev. J. W. Kllae preached a fine sermon at
this place last Sabbath, from Hebrews 1st
chapter, 1st and 2d verses.
Uncle Oeonre Gilmore has eighteen head of
two-year-old cattle that average 1,460 pounds.
They are the finest lot of cattle we know of.
Sam Jones and the (Jjnake.
(Extract Atlanta Constitution.)
Sam Janet tsys, "The 'quake ts an awful
thing a vUitatlon that is alarming, but it will
help the meeting. People will stop and think
for a little while, for I tell von that sinners
are cowards. Nobody can stand the earth
quake ague but a Cbrlttiaii. That U au ague
tbtt Simmons Liver Regulator can't cure."
But for asue. dnmb ague, fever and ague.
swamp fever, intermittent fever, and chiUs
and fever in a word,
The one sure preventive and cure, positive in
lis results ana speeay in lis action, is oimmont
Liver ReguUtor, a purely vegetable prepara
tion, prepared by J. H. Zeilen A Co., of Phila
delphia. It strikes at tbe teat of the disease
by regulating the liver. It produces a htaltby,
vlKorout condition of the body in Place of tba
general debility which accompanies malarial
fevers. A cloud of witnesses numbering the
best and noblest of the Und, will attest the
truth oi tms assertion.
HIIXSBOBO M ABKBTS.
Corrected Weekly by H. Roads A Co., Whole
aaie ana netaii uroeera.
Hillsboro, Monday, Nov.
Flour, cwt...... ,
Corn Meal, bushel
White Beans, bushel.........
Bacon Haus, pound sa 10
Hay, ton 8 00a 9 00
Sugar. N. 0.,.pouud 6a
C Sngar - 6a
rjx. u sugar. o4a
A Sunar - 7a
Granulated Sngar 7a
Cut Loaf and Powdered Sugar 8!4a
Coffee, Bio Ion
Tea, Imperial, Y. U. and G. P. 40a
" HIBCB OUB
Cheese, factory lfta
Flour, good family brands, owt... 2 25a
" ' bbl... 4 50a
Molasses, N. O., gallon.......... so a
Golden Syrup. 40a
Coal Oil... . 12ja
Salt, Kanawha and Oblo, bbl. a
Micnigea Bait a
Hams, city sugar cured, pound 13a
Beeves, cwt. gross...,.....,........
... 2 Ma 3 00
. 3 60a 4 0
.... 8 OOa 8 60
.3 60a 3 SO
.... 4 OOa 4 35
...25 OOa 85 00
Sheep and Lambs, per cwt.....
Hogs, cwt. grots. :...
silica urn, wun csive..........
1 .': j
FREE OP CHARGE,
entcaiti, wiu. uwommo cmm$.
m tat value of SaVSSaM sqswaHa, at I
as oar ttoxscMuTVnirrmLY Pauca!
Catarrh is a very prevalent disease, with
distressing and offenstTo symptoms. Hood's
Bamparilla gives ready relief and tpcedy
cure, from the fact it acta through the blood,
and thug reaches every part ot tho system.
1 lunered with catarrh fifteen yean. Took
Hood's Bartaparilla and I am not troubled any
with catarrh, am) my general health is much
better." L W. Lilus, Postal Clerk Chicago
ft 8t. Louis Railroad.
" I tufiered with catarrh 6 or 8 years j tried
many wonderful cures, inhalers, etc., spend
ing nearly one hundred dollars without benefit.
I tried Hood's BarsapsrlUa, and waa greatly
Improved." M. A. Annar, Worcester, Mass.
Hood's Smnpftrllla Is characterised by
three peculiarities : 1st, thn combination ot
) medial agents) 2d, tho projtorltont 3d, the
jirorrM (f FccutliiR tho nctUo medicinal
iualltlct. TLo result 13 rur.cdlclno of unusual
Mrcnptli, titoctli'.n cures Mil crto unknown.
Send for book containing additional evidence.
hook s Hirsiparlll i tones up my system,
rmrlllcs lny b'ooil, tin rcus-inynl'Petlte.nna
fccnu to iri'.i' 1 1 j o ( r." .1. 1. Thompson,
Hi.cti.tr r 1 .. A.I. T.onn't Tin..
"tlHxi'i ri-vipn.1l.i lintB nil others, and
Jsvorllll'l .l.g.ltl Ig M." I. Il.UUUKOTtKf,
130 IU:X M.ut, New Veil: City.
Pol 1 I y ill drur-'sls. ?1 j six for S5. Made
ulylyCI. liOO. C: CO., Jewell, Mass,
IOO Dosos One Dollar.
Queen & Crescent Route
(Cincinnati Soatkera Railway)
The Short, Quick and Favorite Line
Iteaohlng all the PRINCIPAL POINTS
South, Southeast and Southwest
Double Daily Service of ExpressTrains
First and Second-Class Coaches, Mann's
Elegant Boudoir Buffet Sleeping
Cars, Pullman's Finest Pal-
aco lluffet Sleepers
Passing through the MOST PICTURESQUE
REGIONS of the SOUTH.
The trains of the Queen A Crescent connect
with all important lines running to Clncin-
clnnati, and Tnnouan Tickets to Ant
Points Sotrrs should be asked for
via Queen and Crescent Route,
thus securing a Journey
Speed, Comfort and Convenience
JNO.C.OAULT, n.X.KYIN, II. GOLLBRAN,
Gen. Manager. Ats't Gea. P. Ag't. Gea.P.Ag't.
could csprara tbe agony I ndnnd sram Rluums
tUm, and it wst til I could do to eoctur.ll. Orip
pld,notabl.taisIkoralM,I took two-thirds of a
bottl. of ATinornoaos and in a taw day s w.ll "
T. E. CUATtTILD, SB ISth Avasua, MUnatlkM, Wis.
Baohlstherulvsnaltestt. BTtll nnUnSjftC
monj of all who ban used Hi nLUrnUllllO
which is tba onlr masdy f or rtmunatism that has
STsrhsdasaucusafulsal.; sad It sails baesaa.lt ta
a sow, stfa, epesdr eon. AthrOphOTOS eonUina
no opium or other dancsrons or injurious Isgradiant,
It Is absolutely safe, and Is so proooonotd by
iMdinsparskUas of the ooonttr wbopnsorib. H
rtgnlarlr for snualgia and rbnunssUm. II na
bsv. any doubt as to Its merit, writ, to the msnnfso.
torars for nam, of partial in your own Stat, who
bar. bsan cored of thwimiwam and neuralgia by
Ask jourdruxflrt for AwllOphOrOS. If too can
not srtltofhlmw.wUlwndtt.irrw. paid on roosipt
ofrccnUrpriM-SI.OOpnboKlo. W. prefer tht
yon buy K from yoiur drnorlst, bat fcf h. hasn't It do
not b. persuaded to try imrfiwthlng aba, but ordK
st one from vs as directed.
eTKLOPHOROS CO., Mi WALL ST., NEW TCfi'
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Physician & Snrzeon, Colamtras, 0.,
WILL BE AT THE'i
PARKER HOUSE, HILLSBORO, 0,
RECTAL MEDICATION !
HEMORRHOIDS OR PILES,
FISTULA IN ANO,
NO CUBE! NO PAY!
No Chloroform, r No Feral) ring.
No Ether. v, No Twisting Off.
' No Crushing.
No Carbolic Acid Treatment.
No Burning. No Ligating.
No Cutting. No Hospital
Patients oan continue labor under treatment.
Salves and Cathartics will not cure you.
Tbe Knife and Ligature may kill you.
The old Oarbolio Treatment will torture yon.
Our treatment alone U safe, certain and pain
less. By permission I refer to the following par
GEO. W. LOHB, merchant, London.
JAB. DWYER, merchant, London.
FBED PLAOTER, miller, London.
B. H. BUMMERS, farmer, London.
W. H. SUMMERS, farmer, London.
L. W. FENT. farmer, London.
8 B. R0HN80N, farmer, Mt. Sterling.
JOHN BOBINBON, farmer, Mt. Sterling.
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CHAS. GETZ, merchant, Washington O. H.
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ton O. H.
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S. W. 8T00KEY, farmer, Washington 0. H.
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R. M. ROWND, merchant, Columbus.
B. E. SHELDON, merchant, Columbus.
C. S. AMMEL, merchant, Columbus.
D. 8. ELICKINGER, clerk, Oolumbna
CAP. E. HALL, lawyer, Columbus.
W. WOODBURY, lawyer, Columbus.
B. BNITELY, conductor, Columbus.
H. H. PlDGEON, Wilmington.
ISAAC GHI8M, Wilmington.
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