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Local Xoilce 10 cents par line for first insertion; S cents per line each subsequent insertion. C3" Xotteng inserted Jor leu than 23 tU. Attention ! tverybody I v Attention U called to the new Blacksmith, Wagon and Carriage Shop, near the Cross Roads, at Jacob T. Hiser's, Home P. O. Highland Co., Ohio. SYLVESTER P. FOULK, having return. ed from Louisville, Ky., is prepared to do all work in the above line, and being a prac tical Wood Workman, will guarantee 6ati Taction. All work done promptly, in good style, and at prices to suit the times. Also Undertaking. . I have on hand and if ill furnish all kinds of Coffins, from plain Walnut to fine Rose Wood, and at more reasonable prices than uljewhere. Coffins delivered, and Fune rals attended when requested. SYLVESTER P. N. B. All orders left at J. will receive prompt attention. Jan. 20, 1876. FOCLK. T. Hiser's jan20tf I!tMlut!on or Copartnership. The firm of Utman, Jeans A Co., en gaged in the Building and Furniture Bust ness, is this day dissolved by mutual eon sent. John R. Warson, W. R. Cooper, and -Theodore Simonson retiring. The firm will be continued under the former name. AH persons knowing themselves indebted to the late firm will please call and eiake immediate settlement. UTMAN, JEANS A CO. Jan. 13, lSTfl. janlSwt Town Property for Kale. Two good Brick dwelling houses, with lots 62 feet front by 200 deep, well suited for small families, situated within 3 squares of the Court House, will be sold at a bar gain. For particulars, apply to - . PETER GSISIER, ' At Jacob Schilly's Shoe Store. janlStf . 7 . OUU REGULAR UTILE . . . IS TO , .. . ' lceauee inc I'riee on all onr , IIeaT Winter Goods - peciauy on overcoats, alter Jan. 1st, in order that we may have to carry over as few as possible. We have a very large stock on hand, now, which we propose to sell at a great eacrijice We invite all our customers and everybody else, to come in and examine our stock now, before the as sortment is broken, and while they can have choice. Don't wait until -all are sold, but avail yourself of this opportunity of securing a good Overcoat or heavy Win ter Suit for a small sum of money. L P. STRAUSS i BRO. , Jan. 6. 1876. " " - - JanGy. - " Farm for Sale. Containing 103$ acres, situated 2 tniies south of Leesburg, on the Ilillsboroogh free turnpike; well improved, large frame house, new frame barn, 36 by 62,. never-failing spring, with large stone " spring house. Will be sold on reasonable terms.' For further particulars, address AMON WRIGHT, Letsburg, Ohio, or call on the proprietor, on the farm. : jan6wl Aew Iiarber Sbop . and Bath House. LEWIS MASON respectfully informs his old friends and the publio generally, that he has reopened his Barber Shop, in the room in the rear of Doggelt's Cigar Store, on Main street,, one door east of the Kramer iiouse. He has also fitted up a I uatn jtoom, where hot or cold baths may be had at any time. The public patronage .b solicited. jan6tf NEW GOODS! XEff GOODS! Cheaper than Ever! - J. Jj. WEST, " Has just returned from New York and Philadelphia, where he purchased the largest and cheapest stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods he has ever offered. Having bought them very love for Cash, he is able to sell them at much lower figures than the same class of goods sold for last season. In Carpets, He is able to offer greater bargains than ever before, having purchased his stock di rect from the manufacturers in Philadel phia. Good Ingrains from 40 cents per yard np. Two Ply and Brussels in propor tion. Also, a fine assortment of Rugs and Oil Cloths. - - .- In short, his stock is complete in every department, including Ladies' Dress Goods. of all the latest styles, Ac, Ac, Ac . . .. Remember the place High street, a few doors south of the New Masonic Mail Hillsboro, Sept. 16, 1875. scpl3tf NEW MEATSnOP. TENEIS ZANE Will open a new Meat Shop, on High St., a few doors south of the old Smith Corner, on Saturday morning, Sept. 18. - ' The best quality of Fresh Beef, Mutton, Veal and Pork every day, in their season. Cash paid for Cattle and Hides.' . Give us a call. seplGtf JOB PRINTING. We have recently added a fast Gordon Job Press, and a large variety of new Job Type, to onr former equipment, and are now pre pared to do all kinds of Job Printing, as expeditiously, neatly, and at cheap, as any other office in this county, New Vienna, Cincinnati, or elsewhere. DR. D. CALLAHAN, Has reopened his Dental and Medical Office in Rooms No. 5 and 6, in the second story of the Strauss Building, where he is again prepared to do all kinds of work in his line, in the best style and at short notice. - Having lost all his stock, account books, notes, Ac, by tbe late fire, and having no insurance, he hopes all indebted to him will come forward promptly and assist him in his hour of need, without further notice. Killsboro, May 13, 1875. myl3tf Advertising Rates. From and after Jaoaary 1, 1975, the Rates of Ad vertieiDC Id this pper will be as follow : !l w. 4 w.ifl m.3 m. I 5l 1 75 2 60 I m. 1 y'r. V Inch 1 inch , fl Inches.... S inches.... 4 inches. . 5 inches.... X !. W col coL 1 coL 1 001 8 M s 00 m o oo 1 t 01)! 3 T5 4 76 e no 7 00 X m 8 CO 6 OH 4 001 5 M 7 00 i 00 OOllS 00 8 Oil 3 Ml! 4 00 s no1 5 AO; 7 001 9 OOilJ own on M1 8 lulllO 50H4 ii 00 8 00 10 OO lii 00116 00125 00 S 50110 00 IS 50 16 00 0 00130 Oil 7 OO'IO 00 11 50 16 00 18 00 J.", 01140 00 8 0018 lH 00 It 50 20 On M Oul.4 00 0 00,17 00 20 00 30 00 .16 O0, lAt (HI bO 00 The above scale of prices is for ordinary single column display advertising. Solid Legal, Official and Tsbnlar advertisements will be charged at the iach rate for space occupied. Rule and. Figure work 50 per cent, extra. Special Kottcxs, adrertlKcments In other than single column measure, and those in a prescribed location, SO per cent, additional. . . Local Notices 10 cents per line for flmt, and t cents per Une for each additional insertion. Cards in Business Directory One Inch, 1 year, f 10: 6 months, t 3 months, 3. One-half Inch 1 year, $5 ; mos. S3; 3 mos. (2. Obituary Notices (other than simple announce ments of deaths,) Tributes of Respect, Cards of Thanks, and announcements by Societies 5 cents per line. Notices of Marriages, Births and Deaths when furnished by proper authority free. Attachment, Divorce, Administrate rs'snd Execo tors' Notices, must be paid for before insertion as also Foreign and Transient Advertising genur aliy. It - of in to It in D. ing as be LOCAL NOTICES. LOCAL NOTICES. - ; - Tax Nolle;- I will be at Greenfield on Thursday and Friday, Jan. 20th and 21st, to receive tax- - Also, at Leeeburg on Wednesday, Jan.- 26th, -and Lynchburg,. Friday, Jan. 28th. The office in Hillsboro will bo closed on those days. ' -., . 4 W. H. GLENN, . jan20wi-jil-...Treasurer Highland Co. Tlie Public Would do well to call at the Store of B. J. HARRIS, and examine the Bargains. He is selling his entire stock at prices never before known in Hillsboro. janlSwt B. J. Harris, is the place, and now is tbe time, for everybody to purchase their Dry Goods, Ladies' Dress Goods, Muslins, Calicoes, Flannels, Tickings, Jeans. Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, and sate from 25 to 50 per tent. He ib closing out his stock. Come and see the bargains. Jan. 13, 1876. janl3w4 WANTED AGEXTS ! Fonbe Guaranty Firo Insur ance Company of New York.' Apply to.. , J. M. DUMENIL, Main street, Hillsboro, O. - District Agent for Adams, Brown, Cler mont, Clinton and Highland counties. janGtf Bring your Jeb Printing to the News of- fice. We guarantee as good work as can be done elsewhere, and at as low prices. - "OB . . Toilet Articles, ' Perfumrr " - - Spires, (of our own grinding) and the -. Purest of Drugs, . . 8 '' '' - . JU'll 1 ... .vW. Jm nov25tf . iiiromoiypei'icinres-ureai The subscriber respectfully announces to the citizens of Hillsboro and vicinity, that encouraged by the great success he has met with in introducing the Chromo type Pictures, he has permanently located in Hillsboro, in the' rooms over BoyseU'a Grocery, corner of High and Walnut sts., where he will be pleased to exhibit speci- mens of these beautiful Pictures and re- ceive orders. The publio are invited to call and examine for themselves. These pictures are exeouted by the Chro motype Co. of Toledo, Ohio. Befer,. by permission to the following well-known citizens of Hillsboro: Wm. Barry, C. H. Collins, Esq., Mrs. A. M. Woodrow, CoL Cook, B. F. Byan, Mrs. McClure, Philip Kramer, J. L. Boardman, and others. - . seplfitf B. ROBINSON. HILLSBOROUGH. OHIO. Thursday, - - Jan. 20, 1876. LOCAL NOTICES. LOCAL NOTICES. TOWN & COUNTRY. Head the new ordinance on Fire Department, in this week's paper. 'Dont fail to go and hear Geiger on 'Snapping Turtles." . Some interesting Railroad mat ter on first page..", ' ; :' The "cold snap" did not last long, and we are again having , spring-like I weather. ;, ; t One. of the impossibilities:' To get a "meal such as mother used to cook.' Gen. Geiger has been having crowd ed housas everywhere and we think Hillsboro make the same showing .Friday Xight f - TT iixr. xienry jtuompeon Has re turned from Europe, owing to con tinued ill health while in Berlin.' " He is improving since his return. Bibles can be had by all persons desiring them, by calling on Mr. T 1. O 1 T1 1 .. - . . . I oayier, .uiDie depositary, tnis place, at Bible Society prices. J Our ice packers availed themselves I of the "cold snap" last week, to lay in supplies, but the ice was rather thin, not exceeding 3 to 4 inches. .We, inadventently admitted to mention, that Mr. James Barrere has been appointed jailor by Sheriff New- elV and-has taken charge of the jail, The Cleveland Herald had this sea sonable item the other day: "A party of boys were bathing in the river Friday." The Washington, Fayette County, Herald, is now printed on new type, and presents a beautiful appearance. always was a good paper. ' Hunters must quit hunting quail the hke until the fifteenth day of I i October,- or be jerked for a violation law. Dr. Adam Clark hit the nail on the head when be said: "Strong drink is not the devil's -way into a man. bntTmuch M j .uv, ia. - - I The heavy rains of the last few days, with the frost coming out of the ground, have put the dirt roads a very bad condition, Good time talk turnpike. j. he bnck pavement in front of the new Town Hall is a good job. wfis laid by Lew. and Jo. Ambrose, a little over a day. Quick work, considering the amount of brick.laid, There will be two Common Fleas Judges to elect in this district next Fall one to fill out the unexpired term to which Judge Gray was elect- and one to succeed Judge SteeL Sheriff Newell on Saturday last arrested W. Long, formerly treasurer of Clay townahip, who absconded a year or two with about f 1100 of the township funds. He was arrested in New Boston, Clermont county, and is now in jail, await his trial for embezzlement, The next meeting of the County Council P. of H., will be held on the second Saturday in February,, in this place. A full representation of all in the county is requested, the Supply House question will before the Council. So we are in- formed by the Secretary, Mr. L W. Jarnagin. Gen. Geiger's "Snapping Turtles," at Music Hall, Friday Night. We are at last to Lave the much talked of "Snapping Turtles." The Lecture has. drawn crowds wherever it baa been delivered, and the press and people praise it in the highest terras. The Columbus Journal says of its delivery in Columbus: There was something about the audience worthy of special mention. It embraced judges of the supreme court, judges pf the lower courts, ex- judges, and a great many other good judges of Bimon-pure humor. Pub lic speakers from the bar, pulpit and halls of legislation " were there in overshadowing numbers. The keen est intellects in mercantile, banking and mechanical occupation were there Ladies of local celebrity in literary circles were conspicuous on every band. One could find in all the rows of seats the very type of appreciative talent " It is not beyond the bounds of truth to say that no other humorist, named or unnamed, could have cap tivated the audiencs more completely. Urom present indications we think the Hall will be crowded on Friday night, with the intelligence and beauty of the "Model Town Tickets may be secured at the drug stores. Court Proceedings. the laws delay in his case. not only paying expenses, but yield Granges dividends to the stockholders, see no reason why a similar plan would not work well in Hillsboro, . . . . inegrnu jury were m session only two days, in wmcn time they I examined 80 witnesses and found 19 bills of indictment a prompt dis- natch of business for which th a inr- .1 XT. T" . - 1 . . ura nou tito x runecuuug Attorney tlAflervA rrodit. Th imlintmnnfa . . , Petit Larceny 3; Grand Larceny 3 Burglary 2: Assault and Battery Horse Stealing 6; Embezzlement 1 Forgery 1; Keeping room to sell Li quor, 1. James Riddle, indicted for stealing corn, pleaded guilty and was sentenc ed to a fine of $10 and costs, and im prisonment for 48 hours. He had already been in jail nearly two months. James Puckett, indicted for steal ing 18 geese, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to pay the same fine and costs, and imprisonment for 10 days. Wm. Owen pleaded guilty to an indictment for forgery, and was sen enced to the penitentiary for 3 years. On Friday morning Hon. N. Bar- rere rose and announced to the Court the death of Judge Gray, and moved an adjournment until Mon day, to give the bar an opportunity to attend the funeral. The motion was adopted unanimously. The trial of cases on the criminal docket will commence on Monday next . : No civil cases of any publio inter est have been before the court Judge Gray died on Thursday last at Washington C. H., and was buried on Saturday. Judge-Steel adjourned court on Friday, and with several of the members of onr bar, attended 'ne funeral. Mr. Scott McClellan, the popular ftnd obliging conductor on 'the mail train between Chillicothe and Hills boro for year or two past, has been transferred to the east end of the line, and now runs the . Accommoda tion between Chillicothe and Athens. Several street crossings are badly needed on High street, south of Wal nut There should be one in the center of the square from Walnut to South street; one at the corner of South and High, and one or two south of South street Some of the old crossings also need repairing, es- 11 i, -TT 1 , . peciauy inose on uign street, near the Public Square. rx CaABI3 e the popular amuse- ment ftmnf? our country cousins just now- ' Anera wae na on the Stu inst. m the neighborhood of Sinking bpnngs. Another comes off next Saturday, near Sue-ar .Tree Ri.Ve and still another on the following Saturday, near Belfast No do or fire-arms are allowed, and no horses except tbe Marshals and Messengers, and the fun is said to those that like it be great to A young man named Wm. O wens living in Mourytown, sold a forged check for $325 to the Hillsboro Na tional Bank, on Monday of last week. The forgery was soon after discover ed, and Marshal Lyle arrested Ow ens in Mourytown and lodged bim in jafl. The grand jury being in ses sion, found a bill against bim, be was arraigned, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to the penitentiary for 3 years all in less than a week! Not Alt- T?K;M,a AiA du. 4-UVUiUl HO U1U UUK UdlTCl HICS Lecture, announced for last Thurs day night, the attendance, for some reason, being too small to pay ex- penses. Perhaps people do not want to hear anything about the "Barlar- sm$ of the American Republic," now that we have entered upon the Cen tennial year, and the publio mind is so largely engaged in contemplating the glories of the Republic There is a movement on foot to organize a joint stock company to purchase the County Fair Grounds. and to hold annual fairs hereafter under the auspices of a private com pany. About $1,200 is already sub scribed in shares of $25 each. The movement 18 m tne right direction, ana we hope it Will succeed. Gaz. Something of this kind is no doubt needed to make our County Fairs more successful and remunerative than they have been heretofore. The Greenfield, Blanchester and Win- Chester Fairs are all managed, we believe, by private companies, and they have all been very successful, we hope the experiment will be tried next M. Council Proceedings. "Council met, pursuant to adjourn ment Present Mayor, Clerk, Coun cilmen Doggett, Gardner, Hern and Young. Absent Bumgarner and Buck. Minutes of the previovs mpeting read and approved. . The Finance Committee reported that they had negotiated with the Citizens' National Bank for a loan of $500, at 8 per cent interest, payable Sept 1st, 1876. Eeport accepted. Street Committee reported that they had laid the pavement in front of the Public Building with brick under a contract with L. Ambrose' for the sum of $6 per square, Conn cil furnishing the sand and gravel necessary. The Fire Committee were instruct ed to report the exact location of all the Public Cisterns in the Tillage. Light Committee were instructed to report the location of all tha Street Lamps, whether Gas or Gas oline. - The use of the Council Chamber was granted to the Highland County Medical Association for their meet ing, held Jan. 12, 1876. The Street Committee were in structed to investigate as to the ex tension of East Street, south, and report at their convenience. . On motion of Councilman Gardner, the Superintendent was instructed to notify the contractor of the Public Building to have the cellar of the same cleaned out in good condition by the 15th day of January, and if not done by that time that the Su perintendent employ some person or persons to do the same at the ex pense of the contractor. -The Mayor reported the appoint ment of Saml Mahan as Engineer, and T. Koch as Stoker for the Steam Fire Engine, which appointments were confirmed. The bill of the Hillsboro Gas Com pany for gas for street lamps for 3 montns, ending JJec. 61, lb lb, was presented and allowed. Amount $438.27. Gas Cos. bill for gas fixtures &c. was referred to the Light Committee. Several other minor bills were pre sented and allowed, when on motion of Councilman Gardner, the Fire De partment Ordinance heretofore read the first time was taken up and read, when the rules governing reading of Ordinances were suspended, and the Ordinance passed, and thereupon Council adjourned. W. T. GREUBER, Clerk. A Faithless Husband and Forqiv isa Wife. A man calling himself Procter E. Goldsmith, who has been boarding at the Woodrow House for some time past, with a woman whom he represented as his wife, was arrest last Friday by Marshal Lyle on a charge of adultery brought against him by his real wife, who, ' learning that be was here, came from Cincinna ti, where she has been living, with their little children in a state of great destitution, owing to her aban donment by her faithless hsuband. Goldsmith, when confronted with his wife, confessed all, and promised to . return home with her if she would forgive bim. She did so, withdrew the charge and they left on the next train. The woman who has been passing here under the name of . Mrs. Uoldsmitb, and teaching lace work to a number of the ladies of our town, turns out to be a prostitute from Chillicothe, whose real name is Lizzie Goodrich. She has also left town and will prob ably not return soon. On Thursday before New Tear's day, Rev S. D. Crothers, of the 1st Presbyterian church of Greenfield, and his wife, received donations' from the congregation and other friends, to the amount of $230, of which $152 was in money. Citizens' Bane. On the 11th inst tbe following gentlemen were elected Directors of the above Bank for the ensuing year : D. Noble, Wm. Scott, John C. Gregg, Elias Overman, J. J. Pugsley, John L. West, F. L Bum garner. The Geange Supply Warehouse. The Gazette of last week says : 'At the County Council of Patrons of Husbandry, held last week, a com mittee of ten was appointed to visit the Granges of the county and so licit subscriptions to the capital stock of the proposed District Sup ply House. About 15,000 is al ready subscribed." The Tan Buren Argus is the name of a new paper published in Tan Bu ren, Ark, by Thayer & Cass, the senior of the firm being Mr. George Thayer, a well known Hillsboro boy, formerly an attache of this office. The Argus is neatly printed, well ed ited by Mr. G. Wilcox, and starts off on the right track for success, by adopting the strictly advance pay system. The paper is Democratic, but claims to be independent We place you on our exchange list "for old acquaintance sake, George. Those of our readers who refuse to deal with the package peddlers, who, we notice, are traveling the country, will thereby avoid occasion for regret The ways of these fellows are dark and devious, and altogether calcula ted to deceive. The tempting "bar gains" which they have to offer are apparent, only; their goods being in most instances worthless. Better confine your . dealings with local legitimate dealers whose interest are subserved by fair and square deal ings. The New Tork papers tell about a "draw back on sugar." That's noth ing, inere lias been a fearful "pull back". on lasses all summer. fBlan- chester Press. a " Home Correspondence. Whiteoak Tp. "Merry Christmas" and "Happy New Tear have come and gone. Both were bright and beautiful, thermometer ranging from 50 to 70 degrees, and had it not been for the mud we would have said, "Now is the winter of our discontent made glorious summer. It seems as if the "clerk of the weather" must have gone off to spend the holidays and 1 . n it.; a . t ac-ju buiud to run a iiiue loose, so cial gatherings have been the order of the day, and roast turkey the bill of fare, until we are beginning to gobble right lively. The District school on Bell's Run ("Cooney Ben's" district) had Christmas Tree. . Kris Kringle (or Cooney Ben," I don't know which) distributed presents to young and old. The Mowrytown Band furnish ed fine music, and speeches were made by Rev. Brouillette, Wm. Mil ler, Esq. and Mr. Charles Gaymon. Cupid has been slinging his darts around pretty lively in these parts, and several of the youth of this vi cinity concluded to marry. First comes Caleb Chapman, a youth of some 70 summers, who took the widow Wright of our town to be a i i suarer oi ms joys. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Brouil I.ii. AAI- -1 . . ickiM hi. me wiaow s mansion, on Sunday, the 2Cth. After waiting till one o clock Monday morning the "Calithumpian" band boys concluded the young bridegroom had better be waked up, especially as it was re ported that in the hurry and embar n L -XI T " . . lasameus aiienaing tne marriage ceremony he had forgot to pay the preacher 1 The boys thought this would not do, so they rallied in force, making night hideous, and keeping it up till the "wee small hours" of the morning. They suc ceeded in getting a fine contribution ior tne preacher, also one for the boys ; then retired and left the hap py pair to pleasant dreams. Miss Julia, daughter of the widow, not liking to be left alone at the old mnuniuu, ul'tUUllUUeU One OI OUr neighbors, Mr. Henry Miller, to Esq. -rurdy s, and was made happy. isext comes Mr. Julius Galiett who took Miss Hare, a resident of Brown county, to be his partner on the journey of life. Thus with marriage bells we "ran" out the old year," and by way of ring ing in the new, the Band boys gave a Concert at the School House in town on New Tear's eve, to a crowded house. It was a complete success. "Swissland" and "Memories of Gali lee" were finely rendered, by the Misses Parrott, Miss Marconett, Mr. Parrott and the Diehl brothers. Mr. John M. Kay presided at the organ, and gave us srntimental and comic songs in his usual happy style. The Band boys did well the past season, having had numerous calls for their services. C F B a a Marshall Grange—Installation. tion. in Editor, News: The Installation of the Officers of Marshall Grange, No. 289, came off at their Hall in the Tillage of Marshall, on the evening of the 8th ult Bro. C. A. Easter, of Dallas Grange, was the installing officer, assisted by Past Master Hughes. A number of Patrons from neighboring Granges were present, to witness the Installation, .and we enjoyed a pleasant evening together. The officers elected and installed for the ensuing year were: - Master R. M. Lyle. " Overseer L W. Jaraagan. Lecturer C. P. Dunlap. Steward R. R. Watts. Ass't Steward J., W. HilL ' Chaplain G. W. Murphy. Treasurer Wesley GalL Secretary J. M. Semans. Gate Keeper P. R. Elliott Ceres Anna E. Hughes. Pomona Ellen Greenfield. Flora Elizabeth Hughes. Lady Assistant Steward S. C. Hughes. Five petitions were sent in on the night of onr Installation. Marshall Grange is in a flourishing condition, and is alive to the work. as for in hair J. M. SEMANS. Jan. 14, 1876. Pricetown. Now that the mist and fog of ex citement has passed off, I will try to give your readers as correct a state ment in the Chaney affair as is possi ble. He was a man who bad won the confidence of the people, and therefore had a splendid opportunity to deceive bis friends by taking some $6000 or $8000 of their money, rob bing poor men of their hard earnings as many thousands have done before, and to-day are strutting in their Bilk and satin and kid gloves. This has got to be a fashionable, if not an hon orable bnsiness. Would it not be well for our Legislature to look after this matter, and if possible make it criminal offense? The Granger dinner was a grand success. I have had the privilege of attending on a great many such oc casions, but this excelled them all. The attendance was large our new Hall not holding the half of the peo ple. Dr. Holmes, of Hillsboro, de livered the dedicatory speech. Broth er Robb followed after dinner, broth er Holmes closing with a few very appropriate remarks, when the large assemblage was dismissed and with drew in order to their homes. Such social gatherings are - accomplishing much good. . There has been a split in the Tun- ker church at Hollowtown. Brother John Cadwallader, from the Miami country, is holding a protracted meeting, but has been shut ont of tbe church and is preaching in the School House. This is U wrong. low any to Sick pit get 75 yon. name J. gcr, F. the bride, Mr. Miss Spfeie The day for such work has passed. Our old friend Ivy McLaughlin, was married to-day to Rebecca Knapp. May they live long on the earth and see good days, while I am ON THE WING. Jan. 17th, 1876. Buford. Elder G. W. Ruble has just closed very interesting meeting at tbe Christian church, assisted by Elder John Shockey. There were six accessions, four by immersion and two by letter. Dr. John B. Lee, of Oregon, has been sojourning a few days with his brother, Dr. C. H. Lee. Mr. A. T. Moon has the safe which was in the Citizens' Bank, in his store, for the burglars to work upon the next time they make a raid on his stamps. The present condition of the Wheat crop, in this locality, seems to indicate a bountiful harvest in the future. Ihe W inter Schools. in this town ship Lave been thus far successfully conducted by the following teachers. viz: Isaac . Kay, Sub-disl. No. 1; A. H. Reams, No. 2; J. F. Moberly, No. 3; O. F. Peddieord, No. 4; W. Cum berland, No. 5; J. F . Cumberland No. 6; A. L. Wiggins, No. 7; R. W. Hall, No. 8. The "I. O. O. F. at this place seem to be in a prosperous condition, mi i . i t ... xiiey were insniuted something over a year ago, with 15 charter members. and now have 47 members. The Masons and Grangers are also in a prosperous condition. ECHO. Jan. 16, 1876. In speaking of the resignation of Judge Gray, the Chillicothe Regis ter pays him the following merited compliment In parting with Judge Gray, a general and sincere regret is felt. We not long since took occasion to speak of the success he bad met with in the District as J udge, and of the popularity he had achieved as a man. These have in no wise disminished, ana ine judge aires witti mm in nis retirement the high esteem of all with whom he came in contact He performed his official duties sans ptur et sans rejroche, and is uni versally recognized as a consistent Christian gentleman. From the shoemaker's bench be rose by hi study and force of character to a high and honorable position, and no act of his, personal or official, has ever soiled tbe judicial ermine. , Litteixs Living Age bearing date January 15th, contains the Arts, con sidered as Tidemarks of History, from The Church Quarterly Review Her Dearest Foe, by Mrs. Alexander Responsorius, by Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone ; an installment of "The Dilemma," and the usual choice poet ry and miscellany. The present is favorable time to subscribe, begin ning with the new volume. "Who's dat Knocking at de Old Back Gate?" a new Song and Chorus sung in all the principal theaters America. Price 25 cents. "Remember Deeds of Kindness" Waltz, and "She's Bright as the Stars of Heaven" March. Prica 20 cents each. xne aDOve two instrumental pieces were gotten up for new beginners only, and will supply a want long felt they have no octaves in them. All three pieces will be sent, post paid, 60 cents. Address, F. W. Hel- mick, Music Dealer and Publisher, 278 West Sixth St., Cincinnati, O. He was oterwokkfd one day, and a ride an open streetcar fixed a cold on his lung3. The soreness in the chest gave him only momentary trouble, and no attention paid them. One daj, in the rush of trade, he overworked again, and to his sur prise kept his bed for weeks with acute disease of the lungs, which he had not susnected were disordered. He mieht have saved tins loss of time in the hurry of business by taking Hall s Balsam. Fnce, $1.00 per bottle. Sold everywhere. Those of -our readers who desire their to take the same color as when young should use Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer. For sale in Hillsboro by W. K. Smith, Druggist, Sole Agent for the county. Cross and Sickly Children can be made and strong by regulating their etomachp bowels with Can tori a. It is more effective Castor Oil and is as pleasant to take as honey. Wind Colic, Sour Stomach, Worms and Cos- there is nothing in existence equal to Caetoria. Why will you Suffer from Bhenmatism, Sprains, Stiff Joiule, Snwlllugs, Burns, Scalds or Weak Back, when the Centaur Liniment affords certain relief? Many articles sootlte pain to a cer tain extent, but the Centaur Liniment cubes. The While Liniment is for the human family, the Yel Liniment is for horses and animals. di'cSwlS Ton Hare no Excuse. Hare yon any excn.se for suffering with Dyspepsia or Liver Complaint ? Ia there reason why yon should go on from day day complaining with Sour Stomach, Headache, Habitn&l Costiveness, pal pitation of the Heart, Ileart bnrn, Water brash, Gnawing and burning pains at the of the Stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated Tongne and disagreeable taste in the month. Coming np of food after eating, Low spirits, &a No! It is positively your own if yon do. Go to your Crngsjist and a Bottle of Gbeen's August Flowed for cents; yonr cure is certain, but if yon donbt this, get a Sample Bottle for 1 cents and try it. Two doses will relieve janlSeowly 4. be 1st it for at of be Marriages. Marriage Notices Inserted free. A responsible mnst always accompany Notices sent by mail. ABRAMS BAIXINGER Jan. 11, 1S7, at the residence of James Walliugford, by John Rogers, K. Mr William Abrauis and Miss Alice lluUin- both of this connty. TEDRICK W F.BSTER At the residence of the bride's father, John Webster, Jan. 13, 187, by T. Webster. J. P.. Mr. Franklia Tedrick and Elizabeth I. Webster, all of this county. Ml'RPfl Y WOOLLAS On the 11th Inst., by Rev. W. N. MAxey. at the residence of the at Russell's Sistiou, Ohio, Mr. Andrew B. Murphy aud Mrs. Dru-dlla E. Woullas. , KERR HOPKINS At the residence of the fattier, Dec iS 1S75, by Rev. T U. Jessop, Henry '. Kerr, formerly of HilI.horo, Ohio, to Cornelia ('.. dauehtcr of W. K. Hopkins, of GioVo, Etadail cttuty, Ills. of an for ing as of in Marriages. An "Old Kentucky" Send-Off. The Paducah (Ky.) Daily News, of Jan. 7th, thua "spreads itself over the nuptials of our yonng townsman, Will Gregg, and his bride, formerly Miss Lizzie F. Harris, of Paducah: The marriage of Mr. William Gregg, of Hills boro, Ohio, and Miss Lizzie P. Harris, of this city, at the Presbyterian church last night, was an ele trant and joyous ovation to the two handsome and accomplished parties immediately interested. Mr. Oregg, formerly a citizen of Paducah and now a denizen of the Buck Eye State, and Mis Harris, lately Principal of the High School of this place, met some four years since and became acqnainted. Acquaintance ripened into friendship, and friend ship, esteem and confidence, into love and affec tion ; and having plighted faith to each other, they, in the sight of Heaven and in the presence of a "cloud of witnesses, " became as "Two souls with hut a single thought, Two hearts that beat as one." The Presbyterian clinrch on Locust street was crowded to Its utmost capacity with the fairest and best of this community. Two score of bright faced and gracefully formed pupils over whom Miss Lizzie Harris was so lately the acknowledged rueen, were present to lend their interest and at traction to the happy hour, and to bestow their heart-blewing upon their beloved teacher, whose future lot for weal or for woe Is to be cast far away from the friends and companions ot her youth and from the scenes which she has in the last three years done so much to adorn and beautify. The marriage of Mr. Grigg and Miss Lizzie Harris is emineutly "a love match," filled with the charms of single-hearted devotion to each other. The bride was spendidly adorned for her offering up upon the altar of matrimony; the groom was elegantly dressed, and the two most beau ilf ol and intellectual bridesmaids,; Miss Ada S. Winston and Miss Mary Calhoun, may well feci proud that next to the happy couple they were considered most love'y and attractive in the graceful parts which they so faultlessly played in the Interesting heart-drama of the evening. We must not forget to mention the names of Messrs. Frank U. Lander and Louis M. Eieke for their handsome aud grace ful appearance, and their tasteful attire. In a word, the affair was all that the most ardent friends of the bride and the bridegroom could wish It to lie, and the beloved and venerable old "father In Israel." the Rev. Dr. Hendrick , may feel gratified that he has performed the sacred ceremony of mar riage upon a couple who commence married fife under such favorable auspices. For nearly a quarter of a century the life and labors of the good old Doctor Hendrick have been a living blessiug to this peop'e and to every one associated with him. He has placed his love and benediction upon hun dreds of happy couples who afterwards illustrated in their lives and action the spirit of Ihe holy compact in which the vows of conjugal affection were happily consummated. He la to-day full ot years and of honors worthily won in the career of his blessed Master, and crowned with prey hairs and wise beyond the common lot of men ; be is yet full of the fires of youth aud energy, and always ready for every good word and work. May God ever bless bia labor In behalf of mankind, aud grant that his prayerful blessings upon William Gregg and his noble young wife may produce showers of multiplied happiness, peace and con tent to the happy nnion of the two, for whom hun dreds in the city of Paducah wi:! ever pray. The bride and groom departed for Hillsboro, Ohio, las night on the 11 o'clock train. Joy go with them. ArirertiNrmenii) For the Nkwb mnst be handed in not later than 9 o clock Tuesday morning. Marriages. An "Old Kentucky" Send-Off. THE MARKETS. Hillsboro Prices Current. Corrected Weekly by Scott & Boum, Wholesnlr and Retail Grocers and Produce Dealers. For the Week ending Tttmdat, Jan. 18, 187'. BUYING PRICES FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. Dealers are paying the following prices for the various articles named : Wheat, Red, bushel.oid...... Whtjat, Red, new,... - Corn, Oats, Timothy Seed, bushel Flax Seed Flour, curt Buckwheat Flour, cvrt... I 25 , 1 00a 1 1" a 60 4"a ty a I .to a t 9" a s to ft 4 0o a a 40 ft 1 t torn .Heal, onsliel Potatoes, Street Potatoes, bush. White Beanp, bushel.. Dried Apples, lb Peaches Green Apples Feathers, lb Butter, K?, dozen Bacou Hams, 0 1 00a 1 35 a 8 9a 10 3Aa ia 18a 4A S3 Wdes - tihou Irters . . . . . . -. vz . Lard Hay, ton...., 8 ore hum Molasses, gtd Wood, cord, Tallow, lb Wool, fleece, Th tab-washed aud picked.. " unwashed Live chickens, doz Ponltry, Dressed Turkeys, tt.....-..- -Dm 13 .12 nflnl3 00 ,. 4II 4A . 2 Wla t B0 a 1 SOa J 73 a Sa 30 UVK STOCK. Beeves, cwt, ttom.:.. I 33a 4 00 " shipping 5 0i 00 Sheen, per cwt 6 .vie, 88 Ho. cwt gross Ssa 6 (4 Stock Hogs " a RETAIL PRICES OF GROCERIES A PRODUCE. Groceries and other articles retail from stores at the following prices: Snsrar, N. O. H " Refined, Crashed A Powdered. Coffee, Rio..au. 9a 11a K6a 10 Java. .. a 40 SSa 1 B0 80a 1 00 a 1 00 a SO ' a 25 Tea, Imperial, T. H. and G. P.. " Black Japan Candles, Common " Star Soap, common, lb ... Cheese, factory Flour, good family brands, crrt. " - " " bbl.. Fish Mackerel, No., )4bbl... X bbl Kits Fish White, )j bbi 8a IStt a 20 a 4 o i a 8 oe Kits a TOa M S"a 60 0a 88 a 1 30 a 20 . a 04 a 1 to a 13 Molasses, N. O: " SorL'hnm . Golden Syrup M Lnrd Oil Coal Oil lloniinv. lb .. Salt, Kanawha and Ohio, bbl Hams, City sugar cured. Clover 3eed, P Timothy Seed, bo. Sapling do . . Brooms, single. - - Rice, lb....M.M...HM..m..mm. Starch. !b a 14 a a uu SOa a 8a New Advertisements. AN ORDINANCE Supplementary to and Amend atory ot tne ordinance es tablishing a Fire Depart ment, and for Preventing and Fxtinguiemng J: ires, Passed August 25, 1857, and to repeal certain Ordinances herein named. Sec 1. Be it ordained, by the Council of the lu-cm-unrated Village of Hillsborough, Ohio, That section one of the Ordinance establishing a Fire Department, and for Preventing and Extinguish ing Fires, passed August 2. 18ST, as ameudea Juue If S9. be amended to read as follows : Sec. 1. That for the purpose of organizing a Fire Department, and providing for the lawful use and safe keeping o. the Engine House, Fire Eu iriiies. aud all other Fire Apparatus belonging to this village, that a Fire Company be formed, to consist of one Captaiu, one lieutenant, oue t,u gtueer, one Stoker, and such other officers as may deemed uecessary, aud not more than forty eight adilitioual ineu, of ages not less than tl years. ?-c S. The- Engineer and Stoker shall be ap pointed bT the Mayor, and continued by tbe Coun cil, aunuallr, and shall hoid their offices until the Monday at' May, and nntil their successors sre appoiuted and uua.ined, and shall be ex -officio members oi the f ire Company. Sec. 3. The Eucineer of the Company shall have charge of the Steam Fire Engine, and see that is kept in good woiking order, and in condition immediate senrice. lie shall give bond in the penal sum of two thousand dollars, lor the proper care of the Engine, and shall iu.-truct the Stoker and such other two members of the Company (one a time) as upon recominendntiou of the ofheers the Fire Company shall be designated by Ihe Committee of Council on F ires, in the manage ment of the Engine, in -order that they may be qualified to take ciisrge of U during the temporary absence of the Engineer. It suaii also be bis doty to keep in good order Ihe Hand Engine, Hose and all oilier Fire Apparatus of the Village, and to keep the rooms in cleauly condition, and to air and warm the same as ui:iy be necessary, and he shall Janitor of all the Public Buildings ot the Village except Ihe Calalioose, Mayor's tjun-e and Clerk's Oitice. He shall aioo act as Mesuger of the Fire SecSJ' The Engineer shall be paid Six Hundred Dollars per year, aud the Stoker Oue Hundred Dol yer ytar, payable quarterly. . Sec 5. Be it further ordained. That the Ordi nance entitled "An Ordinance to amend Section 1 an Ordinance entitled au Ordinance to amend Onliuaui-e establHiiug a Fire Department and Preventing and Extinguishing Fires," passed June 4, 1S53, and the Ordinance entitled '-An Or dinance supplementary to an Ordinance establish- a F'ire Department and for Preventing and Ex tinguishing Fires." passed May M, 187U, be aud the same are hereby repealed. Sec. 8. The Stoker shall see that the fuel is rea dy at all times for the Enirine, aud shalj. assist the Ei.giueer in cleaning the Engine immediately after each run and practice, and in his other duties as tar practicable, and when the Engine is at work shall obey such orders as be may receive from the Engineer iu connection with his work. He shall perform such other duties as may be required him by the Captaiu of the Company. Sec. i. 1 his u ruinau.ee. snail laae eneei um ue force in ten days fro and after its publication. Passed January 1 1 , 1STB. 8. 8. STODDARD, President. W. T. Gr, -.resit, Oak. Jaoaml MUSIC ! WE would rexpectfnllr call the attention of Music Teachers aud the public generally to the fact that we are MANUFACTURING ORGANS, of a Superior Quality. Our Cases sre msde by skilled mechanics, and of the best of thoroughly seasoned Black Walnut lum ber, aud fiuuhed in varnib or oil. Id tbe finest style. . The style of our Cases is peculiarly our own, and they make a beautiful piece of Parlor Furniture. The mn. iir. Is all first-class, both for tone and vol ume, and we challenge comparison. We bare also invented a . DOUBLE-ACTING KNEE LEVER, (which is exclusively onr own) by which the per former has full control of the instrument, changing histatiTly from the softest to the loudest tones with out having to remove the finders from the keys. We alao uae (of our own invention) A Double Ports Stop, that is snperior to anything now m use. With the above description we place our instru ments before the people upon their merits, willing to abide by their verdict. We res pec tf ally solicit ft call from all those wish ing to purchase, feeliug satisfied that we can please tbe most fastidious. For farther particular, call on or address MUKPUY & WOODROW, Manufacturers, Lynchburg, Onio. Jan. 20, 187. jan90m JACOB SAYLER, WATCH MAKER & JEWELER, Main St opp. Court House, HILLSBORO, OHIO, Dealer in all kinds of ' AMERICAN WATCHES, a GOLD OR SILYER CASES, Also Erery Yarietj of CLOCKS, SPECTACLES, EYE u LASSES and AOIIOAS, -Alao ' ' Jewelry, Chains and Silver Ware. Also School Books and Sta tionery, At Wholesale nod Rrralt. N. B. All kind of Difflcntt Wntrh-work or Repairing executed on reasonable term. Jan. 21), 1KTH. jn2"tmnrl8 are the best tbe world produces. They are planted hy a mlilioB people ux America, ana tne result ifl beautiful Flowers and splendid Veeetahiea. A Priced Catalogue sent free to all- who inclose the postage a x ceui stamp. Vies, s FloralGlioe. Quarterly. 35 cents ayear. VlCK'S FLOWEtt AMD YeOKTABLB UaBDZX. 33 cents; with c-oth covers A cents. Address, JAMES V1CK, Rochester, N. T. pnlOvrj - glO'-JK'UXT TO AGEXTS. JAPANESE PEAS. 200 IlnMiela f Ihe Acre. The pea grows In tbe form of a bash, three to fire feet hi'h, yieUUug fro in one quart to s balf gallon of peas per nimh. A package that will prod uce from five to ten bntu-s, with circular string terms to agents, manner of planting, cultivating, etc, neatly boxed and sent prepaid nr mail, on re ceipt ot au cents, or tnree noxes tor 91. AddreM LUCIUS OSMKNT A CG jan20w3 rieveland, Bradley Co., Tenn. rAM OFFERING FOR 3ALE MY FARMS situated three miles north of Hillsboro, on the a&manma riKe, containing . ( 288 ACRES OF LAND, and divided into fonr tracts, as follows : 103. 100, and 40 acres. Tbe 103-acre tract, known as the home farm, is one of the most beautiful and desir able locations in the county. It is in a flue state of cultivation and has All Necessary Improvement to make a home complete and eooTenient. Two-Story Brick Dwelling, Pine Large Earn, abundance of Fruit, and Water In every field. The adioinlnr tracts contain fonr tenement houses, aud are also well supplied with w ater and Fruit. Will sell cheap, and give time on deferred payments to sou parcnasers. 1 am alo offering for sale 13 acres of land, one half mile west of town, on the Cincinnati Pike a benntifnl site for a suburban residence : line spring and gono young orcnara upon 11 ; coma oe conren ienfly divided into town lots. My residence, on west Main Street, Hillsboro, Is for pale also. For further information relative to tbe above property, call on or address niUiiA.n he. Tin, janl3w3 Hillsboro, Ohio. HILLSBORO FEMALE COLLEGE The next session will begin Jan. 31st, and close June 9. send for a cataioeue to JOS. Mci. MATHEWS, President. Hon. John A. Smith, Prest. Trustees. janl3w Highland Co. Probate Court. 1HB following named Executors, Administra tors and Guardians hat filed their accounts in this court for settlement since November 14, A. D. 1S75, to-wit : Sampson Williams, Executor of James Williams; Thos. M. Boyd, Executor of Margaret 8. Murray; n M Klonaker. Kxecutor of George Slonaker ; Joshua Chapman, Execntor of Isaac Chapman ; John U Evans, Execntor of Harriet H. Evans , Mrs. K. V. Hereon, Administratrix of F. W. Pier son; Thos. M. Boyd, Administrator of Pleasant Stoops ; William S. lion go, Adm'r of Josiah W. Polf ; lump. Administrator of Alex. Poff ; Same, Administrator of John W. Poff; Ka K. J empiecoD, AoniuosiraLur ot ana iuuuui , . G. Matthews, Administrator as earns no ox KniitmiD H. Johnson - wiev tiall. Administrator of Geo. T. Hatcher: John M. Parker, Guardian of Jos. K. Parker r Rnel Bet-son, Guardian of Hamer Irwin ; Geo. F. Corder, Guardian of Cora Kuuyon ; Same, Gnardian of Georgie A. Bnnvon ; Nancy Duncanaon, Guardian of Alfred ronean- son's heirs ; Bolit. King, Guardian of Milton Smith; Abraham Post, Guardian of Boot. Fust and Fred erick Post; A. J. C. Blount, Guardian of Charles II imam ; William Barnes, Guardian of Sarah J. Barnes ; William Spence, Guardian of Moses Pearcc; Frederick Druhot, Gnardian F. Lds; m Nvwheck. Gnardian of Kate Kirchenschlaeer: Same, Gnardian of Caroline Kirchensehlager; Same, Gnardian of Jadson Kirchensehlager ; B. C. Hulitt, Guardian of Julia . and Dempsey urflrv- Jonah Langley, Gnardian of Belle Holliday ; James Douglass, uuarnian oi aimi m. iuarKeriey ; Finley Lacey, Unardiau of the heirs of Wm. It. flames - James Doog!ass,"Gnardian of Horace N. Mackerley, Lemuel IMtes, uuarnian OI nuance uaies ; Lemuel Oaten, Guardian of Franklin Oales ; James Washburn. Guardian of John Washburn ; David McConnaugbey, Guardian of flyman and Ainhna Davis : Same, Gnardian of Airy Ann, and May Bell A'rnott ; nenrv liiestanu, uuuuuu v& iue uuuui. w Gurridire ; Rachel V iiner. Gnardian of Cary MilnerV heirs ; ITll H.rwe ftnartiian of Win. K. VI risht 1 Joseph II. Kesor, Guardian of Lizzie Patton ; BenL Barrett. etuardiau of Julia Barrett's heirs; all of which have been continued for poblicaiion, exceptions and dual hearing, till ilonday, Janu ary 31, A. D. WI. . January 4, A. 1). 1ST ft, jerSw A MAS OF A TIIOUSAXD. A CONSUMPTIVE CURED. When death was honrlv expected from COS- SUMPTION, all remedies having failed, accident k rluii diseoverv whereby Dr. H. Janss cured his only child with s preparation ot Caxsabis tame. He now gives this recipe free on receipt of two stamps to pay expenses. There is not s stogie symptom oi consumption ma ll Odes ni m nitrht-sweata. Irritation of the nerves, difficult expectoration, sharp pains ia the lungs, nausea at tbe stomach, inaction of the bowels,-and wasting of the muscles. Address Craddock A Co., 13 Race 8L, Pluladclpuia, 1'a., 5IVID3 name or inia paper. ttn nun's - a Hvi eon nial of of so for Of and as that It the of for daily sn ,10 the been be at PiicSal OF THE HIGHLAND CO. FAIR OROUNDS. IN eon form hjr to an order of tba Board of Com missioners of Hirhlaad eoanty, Ohio, made oa the ISth dar of December, lSTa, at a special ateeV tag of said Board, said Commuuiouers will. On Satnrdar, tbe 22d day f v January, 1876, at 1 o'clock P. W. offer for saTe tbe had known M Ihe Highland County Africvltmxl Fair Gntnndm, adjoining the town of Hillsbomagh, Highland Count;, Ohio, and described as follows : Beeinning at a stone standing anatb 10 deg. east 11 poles, from th. southwest eor of Wm. O. CoMius' land; thence 3. 7 dee. W. 53 poie to a stone ; thence N. 18 deg. W. 61 pole, to a stone ; thence N. 7J dee. E. 50 pole to a siom in tbe Una of the land of Marearet Ann Bassel), formerly Marearet Ann Moberfr ; tbenc 8. 18 deg. E. with her line and passing her comer, and with line of Wm. O. Collins, and pMhig his corner at 60 poles. poJea to the beeinning containing twentj acres of land, more or less. Tanas orSm:- One-third cash, ea day of sale, one-third in ou year, and owMhird iBtw.jr.ara from the day of sai; the deterred payments to bear six per cent. Intewt from date, and be secured by mortgage on said premises. ... COMX 8SIONER8 OF H 1GBXAJTD CO., O By K. M. DUU1.V, Coaaty Auditor. Dee. SO. 1ST5. dec30w4 PAJOTICB is hereby eiren fhst John Wrneeardner il and 8. 8. Stoddard have this day entered int. partnership ander the arm nam. of W inerarriMr A rttoddard in the Grocery and Produce businrM, at the i Id stand of Winegardner A Hieetand, East Main tltreet, Hillsboro, Ohio. We solicit a snare of tbe public patronage, and will try to please all wbo wish to purchase. Give ns a call. JOUS W1SBHARDSKH. 8. . 8TODUABO. Dec t, 1873. janw In the District Court of tfco United States, for the South ern, District of Ohio. In the matter of Abram) In Bankruptcy. A. 5loore. Bankrupt, f NOTICE is hereby given, that a Petition has been Sled in said Coort by Abram A. Moon. of Green township, Clinton eonnty, in said Dis trict, duly declared a Bankrupt ander th. act ol Congress of March 2, 1S7A, for a discharge and cer tificate thereof, from all bis debts, and other claim Erovable under said act. and that the said petition as been, by said ton rt, referred to tbe ander Mgwd, one of tne Rrgtstar. In Bankruptcy in said District, Saturday, Mb day of February, A. D. 1S7&, at 10 o'clock A. M , ia assigned for the bearine of the same, at the office of the undersigned tat Bilhv boro, Ohio, when and where attendance can b. made and causa shown, tf any there be, why tbe prayer of the same petition should not be granted. JAMES H. THOMPSON. - Register in Bankruptcy, tk Con. Dist. Ohio. Jsn. 13, 1ST. janlawS This is a beautiful Quarterly Journal, finely IV metrared, and containing sn elegant colored Frontispiece wfth the first number. Price on ly-M cents for the rear. Tbe first No. for 187 just is sued. Carrier's fimrcr and VcylablM ordltt cents ; with cloth covers S emits. Address, J AMS VICK, Rochester, N. T. jauws ' RtW FURS WMED. Sskb roil Pbic Cuue.it to A. B- BTTRKTIARDT A CO., yjroofactnrers and Exporters of Americas Skins, 1 IS West Focbth 9t , Cihcihwatu They pay the highest prices current ia America. Ship, ping to them dire will save tbe profits of Btddle men, and bring prompt cash return. 4erfSn3BAl. 1870! The Atlantic McntUy. W. D. Ho-wzxxa Will eonffoue a new American Novel, entitled -Private Theatricals." the seen, of which la laid In a New Enelsnd summer bnardtng-plaee. and will also furnish Sketches of Life and Character. Man. Fbaxcis Ahmb Kmmblb . Will continue her charmine autobiographical " papers, "Old Woman's Gossip, commenced in the August Atlantic Mauk Twain Will add to his capital sketches of "Old Tlnw. on the Mississippi" some ten papers in hia in imitable vein. Giw. O. O. How abb -Will continue In three papers hia rarollectlona eC three of the most famous Battles ol the War. Charles Dudut Wibkxb, Author of "My Summer in a Garden, win de scribe Oriental Travel in bis graphic and delight ful style. Charles Fsavcu Adams, jb., A recognized authority on the subject, will treat ably and attractively of Railroad Matters in th. many aspects in which they interest and.aflect tbe public . . ' . T. B. Aldbich. Fresh from s summer on the Continent, wftl con tribute some sparkling sketches of the European Travel. Hknbt W. Lowofeixow, James Russell Lowell, Oliver Wendell Bonnes, and John G. Whitlier, win enntines to furnish their latest poetical productions to th. pnbnc through the Atlantic Poetry may also be ex pected from J. T. Trow brid ire, T. B. ajdricfr. Mrs. Thaiter, and other favorite writers. Jambs Rubbelx Lotrtu, Oliver Wendell Holmes, K. P. WW mile, W. D. Howelta, John rtske, and other well-known and : competent schoiara will contribute Uierarj ar ticles and essays. Hexbt C. La a, author of "Superstition and Force," has promised valuable papers on Witchcraft. Qxtestioks of Publio Ijotbist Will he discussed upon the plan originated by the Atlantic of having both sides presented Inde pendently by representative and authoritative writers. The maeazine will present, as in the case of Free Trade, the opposite sides of the questions of Currency. Catholicism and Stale Education, Railroads, Stale and Municipal Debts, State Rights aud Centralization, by the leading publicists of the country. Tint Dbpabtmzstb Of Recent Literature, Music, Arts, ana Educa tion will be filled monthly, as heretofore, with, able and vigorous editorial and reviews. Tbrms : Single or specimen numbers, W cents. Yearly snBscription, H.i , postage free. SPECIAL NOTICE. Th .Vnsnaser and Dtamhtr Atuimc teetUtrin- tAe opening chaptm Mr. tl ewsiirt ntw atory) . willbe mntfnt to ail new swasenesre for I8a who remit thofuli tubocriptiom prico of H.00 Uroct to thm Publisher! tyfort Ilecember 15th, For $5.08 tent it reel to them the Pubtiehen will ms the Atuittic thrmgM H.t fad ewperb. tift-eut portrait of th Longfellow, net eampUted, and ont of the fnoml mcturet of th kind eeer vubliehed. TH portrait be pttrehamd oalf jr mtbeariber to fas Ituitm H. O. HOUGHTOH A D COM PAU T, Boston. nCRD ASB HOUGHTON, Sew York. decl6w4 THE WEEKLY SUN. 1776. SEW YORK. 1878. Eighteen hundred and seventy-six Is the Centen year. It is also the year In which an Opposi tion Honse of Representatives, the Brat since the war. will be In Dower at Washington : and tbe year the twenty-third election ot a President of the Uniied Slates. Ail of these events sre sure to Be great interest and importance, especially tbe two latter ; and all of them and everything connected . them will he fully and freshly reported ana expounded in Thb Sun. The Opposition House or Representatives, taairg the line of inquiry opened years ago by Tnn Sua, will sternly and diligently investigate the corruptions and misdeeds ut t. sast's administra tion ; and will, it is to be hoped, lay the foundation a new and better period in onr nations! history. all this Tna Sen wiU contain complete and so curate accounts, furnishing its readers with early trustworthy Information npoa these absorbing topics. The twentv-lhird Presidential election, with tbe preparations for it, will be memorable ae deciding upon Gbskt's aspirations for a third term of pow er and plunder, aud still morn as deciding wh. shall be the candidate of the party of Reform, and electing that candidate. Concerning all these subjects, those wbo read the Sea will have the eonstsnt means of beinir tl.orouchlv well informed. The Wsbkly Sow, which has attained a circula tion of over eighty thousand copies, already bss its readers in every State and Territory, and we trust the year 1876 will see their numbers doubled. will continue to be a thorough newspaper. All general news of tbe day will he found m it, condensed when nnimportsnt, at full length when moment ; and always, we trust, treated in a clear. Interesting and nistmcrive manner. It is our aim to maae tbe Wkxki.t Sum the best family newspsper In the world, and we shall eon tinne to give in its columns a large amount of mie cellaneouareading, such as stones, tales, poems, scientific intelligence, snd agricultural information, which we are not able t. make room in onr edition. The agricultural department espe cially is one of its prominent features. Tbe fash Iodb are also regularly reported iits columns; and are the markets of every kind. , Tie VIxesxt bcx. eight pages with Mry-slx . broad columns. Is only l. s yesr; postage pre paid. As this price barely repays the eos of th. neper, no discount can be made from this rate t. dubs, agents, Puetmasfers, or any one. The Dailt Hvn, a large four-page newspaper of twenty-eight columns, gives all tbe news for two a copy. Subscription, postage prepaid, 66c month, or (6.90 a year. Sikdat edition extra. per year. We have no traveling agents. Address TH E SUN. New York C I City. dec33w4 Dissolution Notice. THE partnership heretofore existing between John Winegardner and sanmei Hieetand, as Arm of Wtnegardner t Hieetand, has this day dissolved by mutual consent. The books will found in the hands of Winesaidner A Stoddard, the same Grocery. JOHN W ISBGARBNKK, Dec , 1875. SAHUEL fllErtTA3fl. )w Hew Grocery.