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Great Bankrupt stock r At A. EL KaUej'f SoUoa Eton, consisting of Boots and fibres, HU and Caps, Dry Good, KoHons, Glassware an3 Clothing, all of wfcich most be sold in the next ten fisj wgardleaa of cost. A. K. Kelley, South High Street, next door to tr. Koble'a office. uplTwl RT. Laden Clark Wtfl lecture at the M. E. church in Hills boro, TUESDAY EVENING, April 29, 1878. Subject: "WILLIAM THE SI- LEST!" apl7w2 M ney to Loan On Farm, Church, Village and City Prop. rty, at from 4 to 6 per cent, by the TJ. B. nome ana Dover Association. Address R. 8. HEIGHAil, 28 Arcade, Cincinnati, Ohio, A reipoaaible Agent wanted for Hills- boro and Tioinity. apI7wl Seldsntf: William . Ewpectfully inform the publie that they r prepared to do whitewaahing and bonasleaning at reasonable prices. Or- asra left at Jaa. Toung's barber-shop vul reoeiTe- prompt attention. aplOw Important to Horsemen. VI. 1). H. fctrait wishee to inform the puDUouiatneienow aettled at the Fair Ground in EUlsboro, where he will devote Jul whole time to training horse6,md keep lag Stallioru at reasonable rates. The fine trotting Stallions, "Forest Chief," "Ken tucky Boy" md "Highland Mohawk," will Kake the Spring season at this place, and horsemen will oonsult their own interests fey giving me a call. D. D. K. STRAIT, plOw Kilkboro, O. For Eale or Rent. Good Dwe"': House and two acres of Tound, g 5-8 of a mile from the Court House oa the VTillettTille pike. Fltnty of fruit and outbuildings. Terms reasonable. Apply to una ELIZA EOS8. April 10, 1879, apl0w2 Tarern Stand for Kale or Rent. The Tavern Stand in Kainsboro, Ohio, formerly occupied by B. Dunlap, will be old on favorable terms or rented to a good tenant Apply to or address JAS. VT. EOADS, Eainsboro, O. apl0w2 For Rent Rooms, suitable for a mall family. Apply at this office. Carpets and Oil Cloths. Our stock of Carpets for the Spring trade is very large and attractive. W respectfully in vite the inspection of those who intend making pnrch&sea of these goods. We are prepared to meet the elosest .competition. LYTLE fc SON, 15 oireeu mar27tf XTali Paper at Cost. B. CONAED, in order to make room for hU intended large addition of Queensware, Glassware, 4c, offers his entire present tock of Wall Faper at or below cost, in lots to suit purchasers. Eillsboro, C ilarch 20, 1679 mar27w4 JAMES KEECE Keep for gale the DIE5IER FLOW, made at Columbus, formerly Bold bv Nelson Bro.' and Shaw A, Earns, and it gives majKHon, uood supply of rUxAIS and LAND SIDES on hand. va-. ana see them before buying. EEECE, N. W. Cor. Main and West itreets, Eillsboro, O. mar27w4 LADIES! An Elegant Assortment of Eoy'g and Children's CiotblDz. To fit children from three years up, has poen reoeivea during this week, and will bo open to-day. It embraces stvles and qualities suitable for school and'dress, at rrvxtwuiowett tnownfor year$, at I. A. FEIEEL'S, Introducer of FashioD, .iiir.auibt, mar20tf I. A. FEIBEL,. Headquarters Tor HatsX T Am a i ' r r, ... - - vpomng spring .novelties in Men's, Boy's, and Children's Hats, and am offering them at the very lowest pricess kj De round anywhere. mar20tf For Sale-Town Pronerfv. House and Lot, on West Street. Eillsbo to, 1J story frame dwelling house, in good vraei. Also, House and two lots in Lynchburs. O. 1J story frame dwelling house, some rnut and a small stable. Apply to J. II. DUMEXIL, feb20t Eillsboro, O. REYBERT fc CO.'S WORM POIFDERS. rm iuese 4-owders have been thoroughly "r ye pst, and have been found the best Vermifuge made. They are swest and easy to take, harmless and subk death TO YVOKMS. T mparea ana sold, wholesale and retail, V SETBERT fc CO. Ernggists, Eillsboro, O. P. S. Those who prefer giving medi- v S- , SI of yruP' find our Medicated Worm Syrup a very efficient feb6tf At Eckley'g Meat Market Too will find the best Beef, the best Pork the best Jersey Sausage, the best Ken tucky Corned Beef, the best Lard. ST Nothing but good, sound, healthy toe used, at bottom prices. nov28tf Probably no one preparation has receiv ed so much praise from its patrons, nor is O deserving of commendation as Hall's x.il fit-newer! We but echo the voice of the millions who have used it when we pronounoe it the best Hair Dressing in the world. It stands unrivaled. Those who re affected with diseases of the scalp ac companied with itching or irritation, find relief and renewal in this invaluable reme cy. When the hair is inolined to fall off, moderate use of the Renewer will strengthen the roots of the hair, and pre serve it, and if it exhibits a tendency to turn gray it will restore the natural color. Fulton Mo. Telegraph. . . Consumption Cared. An old physician, retired from practice, having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy, for the speedy and per manent cure of consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and all throit and lung affections, also a positive and radical cure nervous debility and all nervous com complaints, after having tested its won derful curative powers in thousands of oases, has felt it his duty to make it known his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive, and a desire to relieve human suf fering, I will send, free of charge, to all who desire it, this recipe, with full direc tions for preparing and using, in German, French, or English. Sent by mail by ad dressing with stamp, naming this paper. W. Sherar, 149 Powers' Block, Roches ter, New York. apl7dfeco4w The careful, tidy housewife, when she is giving her house its spring cleaning, should bear in mind that the dear inmates of her bouse are more precious than houses, and that their system need cleansing by pari- j ryiug me oiooa, regulating toe stomacn and bowels to prevent and cure the diseas es arising from spring malaria and mianrna, she should know that there is nothing that will do it so perfectly and surely as Bop Bitters, the purest and best of all siicise, teteSiiicsluaiB. in his all a lor W. and our to of of ran ly Mrs. also . and ture and ern the him past day neat at Main Le J. ii:ou fii-st cothe train 8:10 at has the these and be has no about a more We to hi She gighlaud gCnu, 3 HILL.1BOBOI CII. OHIO. THURSDAY, - - APRIL 17, 1879, The debate on the Army Appro priation bill in the Senate commenc ed last Monday. The Czar cf Eussia was shot at twice last Monday morning', about 8 o'clock, while walking near his palace in St. Petersburg. None of the shots struck him. The assassin was immediately arrested, and gave his name as SkolofF, aged abont 30, and formerly an employee of the Government. In retreating he fired at a detective and broke his jaw. There were great public rejoicings over the Czar's escape. This is the third attempt upon his life. The House, on Monday, voted down the resolution of ilr. Monroe, of Ohio, to the effect that the inter ests of the county demand that there shall be no financial or tariff legisla tion at this session of Congress. The vote stood 117 to 108,the Green backers of course voting with the Democrats against the resolution, though 9 Democrats,including Hurd, of Ohio, voted with the Republicans in its favor. Murphy State Convention. The annual State Convention of the Ohio Christian Temperance Union will be held at Akron, May 1st and 2d. Francis Murphy, Gen. W. H. Gibson, B. Gratz Brown, of St Louis, and the President of the Kentucky State Union, are among the leading Temperance workers ex pected to be present Local Unions, Women's C T. Unions, and all other Temperance organizations, are in vited to send delegates. Arrange ments for reduced fare will be made with all the railroads. Home Correspondence. GREENFIELD. of the her Stock sales next Saturday. Robinson's circus the 23d. Murphy meeting, the 24th. Gaunsaalus's lecture, the 22d. Get the News at the post-ofiice. What, O, What has beocme "mashers? ' II 183 Kate Smart has returned from visit to Columbus. The telegraph wire along the S., J. & V, has been finished to Bainbridge. A bill has been introduced in the Legis lature, allowing councilmen pay. Times, Enquirer, Commercial, National Express and Chillicothe Register, at Par- ret t s. Hon. H. L. Dickey has been quite ill at Washington city. He is now able to be out. The onlv child of Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Bechtel, o New Petersburg, died last Sun dav mornins. The preparations for a big stock sale next Saturday are unprecedented by any made previous years. Mr. Robinson, a former Greenfielder. but now a citizen of Iowa, is on a visit to his father in this place. Bring in your spavined and ring-boned animals Saturday, and get the best price you can for them. To Mr. Oliver Simmons and wife, of East Monroe, a bouncing baby girl, last Saturday morning. The Baptist church has been refurnish ed with a few new lamps. The ladies raised the necessary funds. Bring a'.ong your personals or imperson- als. It s anything and everything thf-4 makes the proper kind of news. Jkr. David V elsheimer has returned to first love, a flouring mill. He has bonjrht ont the Thurston mill. Mrs. Julia A. Hunt, while performing at Germantown, O., on Tuesday evening of last week, missed a step, in going on the Btaee, and falling, sprained her ankle Hyer Bros, have fitted up a handsome dining saloon on Main street. Meals at hours, and anything you want in the wav of eatables. That monstrous bulletin board of John Robinson's circus, around the park, bears close resemblance from the inside, to the yard of a penitentiary. The Cincinnati Evening Times is now sale at Parrett s. This paper has im proved wonderfully within the past few months, and is now quite readable. Mrs. G. H. Day, Jr., of Boston, Jfass., and Mrs. Dr. F. L. Kendrick, of Bain- Dridpe, Uliio, have been the guests of Mrs. E. Parrett, on Church street, the past wees. Mr. Samuel Wilson, son of Mr. Alex, Wilson, living near this place, died at Mattoon, 111., on last Thursdav evenintr. The remains were brought to this place for interment eaiuraay. rrancis Murphy had a lull house at City Hall Mondav nieht, and held the close attention of his audience for over an hour. H. Eckinan introduced him Messrs. Sloane and De Bruin also spoke. I here is a rumor to the effect that there soon be another marriage of some of young people. We'll just be dad- binged and cat-hauled if this thine isn't getting terrible. Something must be done stop it. fctock sales will hereafter be held regu larly everv three weeks. The com mi tie arrangements is composed of businpss men, who have the abilitv to make the sales a success, and that is just what they intend to do. Last Mondav afternoon, as Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Grim were going to the funeral Mr. John Bechtel's child, their horse away, and upset the bucRV. complete demolishing it, and severely injuring Grim, breaking her collar-bone, and bruising Mr. Grim slightly. ine taster services held in the M. E. church Sundsy morning, were very inter esting. The congregation was considerably larger than usual. The interior of the church was handsomely festooned and decorated with evergreens and plants. The singing was fine. ine iiy niu snouia oe packed on Tuesday evening, the 22d, to hear Kev. F. Gaunsaulus, on "The New Testament Liberty .' He has delivered this lec at Chillicothe, Clarksburg, London moBt of the principal towns in South Uhio, and has everywhere received most complimentary tributes. Give a rousing house. Receptions among the little folks the week have been" numerous. On Mon evening Miss Edith Johnson gave a little reception to her young friends the residence of her parents, corner and Second streets. Master Harrv Fevre also organized a candv and sweetmeat destruction society, Thursday evening, at the residence of his parents on South street. The following chance of time on the R &P. Ry. went into effect Monday: Trains bound south leave here at 5:45 P M a. iu., ana l a. ju. riorth at 810 M..2P. M. and 3:05 A. M. The train south connects with the Chilli accommodation east, and the 11:50 with M. & C. west at 2 o'clock. The train connects with M. & C. train east 9:38. A new signal light for the use of railwavn been invented by Mr. I. N. Miller, 'of M. & C. telegraph company. One of is now at the depot at this place. Its brilliancy is something almost dazzling, when the country will permit, it can seen for the distance of 25 miles! It is something entirely new, but that it is what long been needed by railroads, there is doubt. Mr. Joe Hiedingsfeld, of the well-known clothing house on Main street, will leave the first of May, on a trip to his former home in Germanv. Now we have shrewd suspicion that this is something than a mere trip to Da- Faderkmd, think that it means a trip down the matrimonial stream. When Joe first came this country, his parents were averse to crjmicg, and it m only cpwa bit l. , nia j he the to At V. Dae uae Real Bills Leral-teDder Time Due L bank, ment belief. ox To THE 3FL Wfll miles exempt atablen. od reason and dam. by 2:16) time for trots t he b$ boro the Strait. trotr.er, C promising not to marry in this country that he was allowed to come. But ''the old folks at home" don't know what a struggle Joe has hsd to keep his promise, Once or twice he has got 'fearfully mash ed" on American girls, and nothing but that rash vow ever kept him from getting into aouDie names. "Old Alabam," with his gang of villain one looking followers, was in town a few days ef last week. They celebrated the occasion by getting booming drunk. Two young bloods from Martinsbnrg, were amusing themselves Saturday night by driving up and down Main street in a fearful state of intoxication, hallooing '"Rah for h !" and other choice language. They were both arrested by officer Harris ana put in me rerngerator. Greenfield Lodge, No. 318, F. A. M., met in regular communication on Tuesday evening of last week, working in the mas ter's and entered apprentice's degrees. ine occasion was a delightful ons. rer haps never or hardly ever have so msny visiting brothers been present. Among tnem we noticed trorn Highland Lodge, of Eillsboro, Dr. W. Hovt, John Matthews, W. C. Newell, E. Carson and Wm. Meek. From Bainbridge Lodge, Wm. Tnlleys, J. H. Griffin, Geo. Shiebel, J. H. Huling, F. Price, W. R. Koss, A. Mesmer, J. C. Eu- banks, Rob t. E. Ronev. W. L. Pricar. E. L. Crozier, also, Adolph Voight, editor of the ainormge unronicle. 8. A. DeLa. New Vienna, and Park Pierce, of Cleve land, U. Gibson. HAMER TP. All are glad to see Spring weather again. Farmers are much interested in their work this Spring. It seems as if they were anxious to make more than they did last year. We all hope that times may be better. Plowing and Bowine oats is the order of tne day. borne lew are planting potatoes. Roads are dryine up nicelv and becom ing passable acain. We reeret that one of our mucn-needed roads has been closed. which has been open for upwards of 20 years, inetwo owners nave become so economical that they closed the road for the benefit of the pasture. The winter schools have at last closed, the Danville school closing April 4lh. We have no summer schools in this tp. Wheat is much injured in some locali ties, depending mostly on the condition of the soil. A large area of potatoes will be planted this year in this and adjoining tps. Every body talks of planting more than usual. There is strong talk of Hamer having another church erected, by a branch of the Christian church of Fairview. The loca tion has been selected, about one mile west of Fairview, on the Danville and Fair view road. The election passed off very quietly in this tp. Of course it went Democratic by a large majority. The officers elected are as follows : Trustees Nathaniel Eoush, Charley McLaughlin, Jefferson Fawley, (R.) Clerk-P. F. Pence. Treasurer Ellis lloush. Assessor R. P. Roush. Constables Robert Sliafer, John Young. Justice of the Peace Julius Knaurr. KEVIN. PRICETOWN. The last school in our tp. closed April 3d, with a big surprise dinner. We at tended, and can truly say it was good to be there. James N. Smith, the veteran teacher, who never makes a failure, has come out with honor in the Chancy district. Much credit is due the householders in this dis trict. They turned out on the closing day of school and short speeches were made by Joseph Cochran, Israel Chanev, Neelv Mc Langlilin, Alfred Cochran, Richard Chaney and David Workman, all giving the teach er the highest meed of praise. The select school, of which I spoke in a former article, commenced on Tuesday, the. 8th inst. There are 12 advanced scholars ana a number ol smaller ones already en rolled. Aniornr the former im rharlea P Davidson, and Mr.Evans, cf Missouri, who I 1 r .. .'. . nve ueen nere ior some time, visiting friends. MissRena Young, late of the Soldiers' Orphans' Home, at Xenia, is visiting friends, and is the guest of Miss Nora Workman. OX THE WING. PRICETOWN. Clay Tp. The following is the result of the April election in Clay tp. Trustees Wm. Euble, D., Lewis Coff- man, il, T. M. Starr, K. Treasurer J. C. Hixson, R. Clerk W. A. Cumberland, E. . "j Assessor C. O. Collins, E. Oonitables David Fite, B., Win. Van nt, I). Deaths. AMT5 .Dled at h'" home in Willet.Tille, April 13th, 16,9 Amos Smith, Efq., in the 67th year of ajre. He had long been a member of the Chris tian churcn, and althoneh called to endure bodily atmenng, he bore it with patience, and in the hour ijlnu uissoiDuon, relying on (iod'a promises, exclaimed m the language of Paul. "I have fooght a good fieht, I have kept the faith." J B a Marriages. WEBSTER STOCK WELL April 6th, 1879, at reaidence of the bride's parenn, by Rev J W Shoemaker, Mr. Abner Ozro Webster, to Miss' Melceoie A. Stockwell, all of Highland county. ACHOR REEVES---At the M. E. Parsonaee. Lynchburg, O., April 10, 1879, by Eev. J. H. Mid dieton, Mr. Silas W. Achor, of Clinton coonty, O.. ilige Martha E. Reeves, of Highland co. New Advertisements. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Citizens' National Bank. Hillsborough, in the State of Ohio, at tne close of business, iril 4, 187D, RESOURCES. Loans and Discouuta .. $197,1 23 89 Overdrafw.- 4,032 81 S. Bonde to secure circulation . 100,000 00 Other etoefca, boode, and mort eragea . . . 27,325 00 from approved reserve agents 13,697 1C trom fciaie .brdks ana Dan iters 1,161 74 etate, fa mi rure, and fixtures 3,229 3t Correct expenses and taxes paid.. Premiums paia Checks and other cash items ............ of other Banks Fractional Currency (including Nickels). Specie notes Redemption fund with U. y. Treasurer (o per cent, oi circulation)... 1,046 CO 7,o0 00 5-20 00 3,000 00 32 02 1,900 00 80,000 00 4,500 00 Total . ljtm'tteS."" Capital stock paid in surplus tuna ,.$300,6ti8 07 .$100,000 00 13.300 on Undivided profits ..... 9,6- 32 .National Bank notes out?tandinp.- Bu.ooo no Individual deposits subject to Check ........., .$53,222 49 Demand certificates of deposit M.yss (3 certificates of deposit 42.080 03 177.287 60 to other National Banks Mi 18 Total... ....390,588 07 STATE OF OHIO. COUNTY OF HIGHLAND. SS. C. M. OVERMAN, Cashier of the above named do solemnly swear that the above state is true, to the best of my knowledge and C. M.OVEitMAN. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this Hth day April, 10 iv. . tifiLot.niti, iotnry Public Correct Attest: DAVID NOBLE, ) JOHN a GREGG, J. Directors. WILLIAM SCOTT, J apl'wl Lovers of Fine Horses, CELEBRATED KENTUCKY TROTTING "I lOEClVrOJNr J3 make the season of 819 at my stables, 1)4 snath east ot Hillpboro. on the Belfast Dike. Fridays and 8atnrdayst at Kramer House Hillsboro. Terms. $tto4MarBiTCe. Lien coits till money is paid. Feed or past are at me prices tor mares lett in my charge. DESCRIPTION AD PEDIGREE. Richmond ii a beantifnl bar. with brack ixints. Is (rood styie. He waft aired by Mambrino Pi lot, he by Mambrino Paymaster. Richmond's first Kate McGinley, she bv 8ir Solomon Jr., he Solomon, he by Imported Tickle Toby, dam by Importea i iuion Tickle low, dam, laton's uread Kaagtit, Kate McGinley's dam by Revenge, sec ond dam, a C'acadian mare, a very fast trotter. Richmond fs a half-brother to Hanness, (time ih1 Mambrino Gift, (9:20). Richmond's S:3. Ten of Richmond's untrained colts sold 3 W, an averape of $3 (9 each. One 4 year old i a 2:35; and one 6 year old In S:25. He is Itest breed er on th i s con tinn t so pro nonnced by Ed. Martin, of Brown county. Oat of mares served by him lan year, 50 had colts. Richmond la ft preat Koartster. He took first premium last year at tireenneld, Saoiua and Hilirt Fairs, beating Joe Hooker, Broker, Idlewild, Mohawk Gloster, and many other flue horses. tWJ&o of Richmond's trained colta will be at Fair Gronnda in Hillsboro, in care of Dr. One of them, bid fair to make a verv fsst . GU. W. iXHiGETT, In to of of to of trne eral day rolls the of tion; To of J. I. HIESTMD Has just received his Third Invoice of this season, comprising all tbe Novelties, and making one of The Largest and Most Complete lines ever exhibited in Hillsboro. Also, hs a fnll assortment of PICT U .IHLIZ; jrJFLJTuTTH& I QUEENSWARE, CLASSWARE, And 01 L-CLOTH Wl N DOW CU RTAI NS made to order, and pat op in any part of the cirri tr DO NOT FORGET THE PLACE, No. 17 PJortla IllgH Street. Auril 17, 1S71. . p!7m3 "TZHZIE OLD" ILHrvr'tolo Granite WorliQ ! C. M. HAKSHA. FALL HAR-iHA. ESTABLISHED IN 185. n s g We are better pre-XJril f CL f . f 7 -pared than ever to fur-V : !f K nish MONUMENTS and v j 4 UJ 1 .- I Tombstones and all kinds! ' f?V o e- feVIC5 of Cemetery Work, andl if W I hh!? Jfi at Prices LOWER than f, 5 P -:fi; .iR.-.'Aever heretofore. i . " tO feik O - y z3 Lit J ir Please irie as a call. April IT, 1879. " S&tislactioD guaranteed. splTtf HARSHA & SON- New Advertisements. DRS. W.&C. HOYT, HOMCZOPATHIC "Physicians and Surgeons, (SMITH'S BLOCK, HILLSBORO, O. Orders from a distance, if received early, will be anre to receive attention the same dv. W HOYT, M. D., C. HOYT, St. D., 8 to 9 a.m.; 1 to 2 and 7 Until 10 a.m. and from to 8 p.m. spi7 jl 4 to 6 pm. Senate Joint Resolution, Proposing an Amendment to SectionsTlu-ee and Five, Article Four, of the Constitution, Ite organizing the Judiciary of the State, He it Retched bit the General Aemblv of the State of Ohio (three-fifths of ail the members elert- d to each house conenrrimr therein,) That a prop osition to amend the Constitution of the State of ihio be submitted to the electors of the State, on the second Tuesday of October, A. D. 3ST9. ss fol lows, to-wit: That sections 8 and S of article 4, entitled "Judicial," be amended so as to be read as follows: Section 3. The Slate shall be divided Into nine common pleas districts, of which th coantv of Hamilton shall constitute one, which districts shall be of compact territory, bounded by county lines, and said districts, other than said county of Ham ilton, shall without division of counties, be furth er divided Into sub-divisions, in each of which, and in said comity of Hamilton, there shall be elected by the electors (hereof, respectively, at least one judge of the court of common pleas for the district, and residing therein. Courts of com mon pleas shall be held by one or more of these judges in every county of the district, as often as may be provided by law, and more than one court or cittine thereof may be held at the same time in eacn aistncr. Sec. 6. In each district th the electors at large of such the district conrt, by whom such district shall be held, and he shall receive such compensation aa may be provided by law. District courts shall be held in each county at least once every year. The General Assem bly may increase the nnmber of district court judges to three. In any district or districts, and may provide for having a judge pro tempore, to hold any court whenever necessary by reason of the failure, disqnaliflcation,absence. or sickness of any judge, and the amount of pay allowed a judge pro tempore may be deducted from the Biliary of any judge whose default causes the necessi ty of having the pro tempore judee. The times of holding common pleas and district courts shall be fixed by law, but the General Assembly may authorize the lodges of said courts respective lyto fix the times of the holding of said courts. At said election the voters desiring to vote in favor of this amendment, shall have placed upon tneir nanotstno woros, "judicial constitutional Amendment. Yes." and the voters who do not fav or the adoption of said amendment, may have placed upon their ballots the words, "Judicial Con stitutional Amendment, No;" and if a majority of the votes cast at said election be in favor of said amendment, then said sections three and fivehere- numbered in the said judicial article of the Con stitution of the State of Ohio; and the original sec tions three and five shall be repealed. JAME8 E.NKAL, Speaker of the House of Representatives. JABKZ w. fitch. ere Rtrnl! be elected by ! i district, one judge of j the district conns In President of the Senate. Adopted April 10, 1S79. Tnitko States of America, Ohio,) Office of the Secretary of State. I, Milton Barnes, Secretary of State of the State of Ohio, do hereby certify, that the forepoiDg is true copy of a joint resolution passed by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, on the 10th day of April, A. D. 1S79, taken from the original rolls filed in this office. In testimony wh ereof , I have herennto snbscribed my name and affiled my offl beal cial seal at Oolumbns, the 1 2th dav of April, A. I), 18T. JIH.TON BARNES, apl4ttaw6m Secretary of State. Joint Eesolntion, Submitting Proposition to Amend Section Two of Article Tiro, Section One of Article Three, ana section Tour oj Article len of the Con stitution of the State of Ohio, . Be it remitted by the General Aembty of the State of Ohio (three-fifths of all the members elect- j to each house concurring therein,) That a prop- ! osition to amend the Constitntion of the State of Ohio be enlimitted to the electors of the State, on j the second Tuesday of October, A. D. 17, as fol lows, to-wit: That section 2 of article 2. section 1 of article 3, and section 4 of article 10, be amend ed so as to read as follows: Abticlb II, Section z. Senators and Reprc sentatives shall be elected biennially by the elect ors in the respective counties or districts, at a time prescribed by law ; their terms of othc ehall commence on the Tuesday nexr after the first Monday of January thereafter, and continue two years. Article III, Sec. 1. The Executive Depart ment shall consist of a Governor, Lieutenant Gov ernor, Secretary of State, Auditor, Treasurer and Attorney-General, who Bhall be chosen by the electors of the State, at the place of voting for the members of the General Assembly, and at a time prescribed by law. Article X., Sec. 4. Township cfllcers shall be elected on the first Mondav of April, annnallv. bv the qualified electors of their respective townships, and shall hold their offices for one year from the Monday next succeeding their election, and until their saccessors arc qualified, except Township Trustees, who shall be elected bv the auaiifitd electors in the several Townships of the State, on me nrsi iuonoay ot April, a. v. it", one to serve for the term of one year, one for two years, and one for three years ; and on the first Monday of April in each year thereafter, one Trustee shall be elected, to hold the office for three years from the Monday next succeeding his election, and until his successor ie qualified. Form op Ballot. At said election the voters j favor of the adoption ot the amendment to Sec- i tion Two, Article lwo, snail nave placed upon their ballots the words, "Amendment to Section Two, Article Two, of Constitution Yea:" and those who do not favor the adoption of said amendment shall have placed upon their ballots the words, "Amendment to Section Two, Article Two, of Constitution No;" those who favor tbe adoption of Section One, Article Three, shall have placed upon their ballots the words, "Amendment Section One, Article Three, of Constitution xeB;"aoa tnose wno ao not tavor tne adoption said amendment shall have placed upon their ballots the words, "Amendmeut to Section One, Article Three, of Constitution No;" and those who favor the adoption of Section Four, Article len, snail nave piacea upon tner naiiots the words, "Amendment to Section Four. Article Ten. Constitution Yes;" and those who do not fa vor the adoption of said amendment shall have placed upon their ballots the words, "Amendment Section Four, Article Ten, of Constitution No." JAMES E. NEAL, Speaker of the House of Representatives, JABEZ W. FITCH, President of the Senate. Passed April 14, 1879. United States of America, Ohio,) Office of the Secretary of State, i T, Milton Barnes, Secretary of State of tke State Ohio, do hereby certify, that the foregoing is a copy of a joint resolution passed by the Gen Assemniy ot me Mate or unto, on the lath of April, A. D. 1679, taken from tbe original filed in this office. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my official seal seal, at Columbas, the lth day of April, ap!4 ltawiim Secretary of Ptare, .... i i old Ask NOTICE. Election of a Board of Directors of the Columbus & May sville Railroad Co. (Southern Di vision.) "Nntlpfi im hfrehv pivpn to th KtrrkhnlHrr nt Columnns & Maysville Kail way Co. (Southern Division,) that a meetine will be held at the oitlce the Company, in Hillsboro, Ohio, on luesday, May 27, 1879, between the honre of one o'clock P. M. and six o'clock V. M., for the election of thirteen Direct ors, to aerve for one year after the day of said elec ana tor tne tranaciiou or any other business. Thou. II inn en, Sec'y. C. t?. IiKLL, 1'res't. apUw4 Inventors and Mechanics! PATENTS and how to obtain them. Pamphlets 60 paires free, dpod receipt of stamps for post age. Address lilLMOEE, oMITH & (JO., Solicitors of Patents, BozSl, BovStf Wubiogtoo, P. C. Do Oru-ans, arj Prices Is United their this H. Kich in weeks thin? etampa. 8. Rton, Street, cjuea, fur New Advertisements. Trusteed Sale of Real Estate. Elias Overman and John C. Gregg, aa Trustees in trust f Highland County for the benefit of the creditor Probate Court. of Wm. M. Worley, vs Wm. t Scott et al. J Notice is aeraby given, that the nndersigned Trustees, in pursaance of an order of the Probate Court of Highland county, Ohio, in the a bo re en titled cause, will, at the door of the Court House iu Hillsborough, O., on Monday, May 12, A. J). 1879, at S o'clock P. M. offer for sale at public auction, the following real estate, situated in the coumy of Highland, in the State of Ohio, and in the town of Hillsborough, and bounded and described as fol lows: The undivided one-haif of the west part of the original In-Lot number nineteen (9) in said town, fronting about 42 feet inches on Main street, and rnnuing back at riL'ht angles with snid street, the same width, the full length of said lot, 19s feet to an alley, the front line of the premises herein conveyed running from the northwest corner of said In-Lot eastwardly along Main street to the out edue of the northeast corner of the front wall of the old Ellicott House three story brick building, and the eastern line running along and so as to include the eastern wall of said building ; saving and reserving to one Daniel F. Scott, bis heirs and assigns, the right to use tbe east wall of aaia iMiieoti ttouse, now stannmg, and such oth er or additional wals aa may be bull t on the east ern line of the premises herein conveyed, and to baud into and attach thereto, so that said wa may serve to said Scott, his heirs and assigns, th nse and purpose of a wall to such adjoining build ing, asbenow has or mav hereafter construct, And saving also the privilege heretofore granted ny ine saia iniei t ccott to the riilishcro Ha Vompany, of building into said east wall. Also said grantors do further grant to the said grantees ine rjgni; 10 ine use anu enjoyment ot the entrance and stairway on the east side of said.Eiiicoft Houes to the land'DJ?f 'be second fioor.for the purpose '"?re89 nd -egres to and from Mid JElliCf Hofe. enhject to the .greetnen of said Daniel Scott and said HiUehoro Hail Company, subject, however, to the conditioo that the said" entrance ana stairway are to be kept in repair and pood condition, and that the owners of the said west ern In-Lot shall pay one-half of the expenses iruTcji,aiiu aiso reserving in saia uamei r . Scott, ills heirs and assigns, the tail and free nse and en joyment of said entrance and stairway to his build ing aujuimiiK mereio. ELIAS OVERMAN, ' JOHN C. GREUG, Trustees, Ac, of Wm. M. Vt'orlev. Ctuvs Newbt, Attorney. npl7w4 Assignee's Notice of Appoint merit Notice is hereby Riven, that the undesigned haa beeo duly appointed aod qualified aa Assignee for tne nenent ol creditors ef John W. Banks, by the rrooaic KAmn or nieniana tnnry, unio. Credit ore of said John W. Banka are notified to present ii kianuE w mu aeiuca nuum oix. ninmns, amy verinea aecorainy to law. 1m t. fAvfiY. Cvnus K iut, AiMKy. ap!7w3 Assignee's Notice. Notice ia hereby (riven, that the nndersiirned Dcen appointed and qnalilled aa assigmee of ueorge w. Hester, of .Highland County, Ohio. March 29, 1879. UEOKGS W. jilURPUY. apl73 V 4 A. V SALESEOOMSI: Ai Union Square, New Ycrk, , AND 154 State Street, CHICAGO, ILiIiS. MAXL'FACTUKERS OF SILVER PLATED WARE. TRADE-MARK FOR SPOONS, FORKS, Ac, 1847. Eogers Bros. A I. These Goods have taken the Certificates of wherever exhibited, both in this and the Countries. And the Meriden Britannia Co. are the LARCEST and Best Manu facturers in this line in the World. your Jemcler for these Oooh. apl7m6Cifcco Reader, Before Buying a PIANO or ORCATJ not fail to send for bit latest 20-patre illustrat ed Newspaper with mocn valoable iufonnation, FREE. New Pianos, $145, $135 and Howards. New $ .5 to $44i). BE SI RE to write to me be fore biij ine elsewhere. Bewure of imitators. Ad dress, 1) AN 1EL V. BEATTY, Washington, . J. apHwi ACENTS WANTED For the f and Vai(et-Se.lliiuj Fictorlai Books and Bibles. Prices reduced 35 per cent. National Poblishinz Co Chicago, Ills. ap!7w4 AGENTS W ANTED for Smith's Bible Dictiona- and HOLMAVS NEW red need. Circulars free. A. J. HOLM AN & CO., apI74 Philadelphia. iw cruillu s mule Pictorial Bibles. NATIONAL LIFE the title of a new Pamphlet of 7 pages. It ccn tains the biography of all the Presidents of the States from Washineton to Haves with portraits (19 in all) engraved expressly for work, also 4J portraits of Canadian notabili ties. The National Life will be sent to any ad dress by mnil, on receipt of 3-ct. stamp. Address K. g TEV KNS, Boston, Mm. spllw at to .Pk5?05,S 5r?A,"vE PILLS make New Blood, and will cnmnletolv rhinm. hA the entire system in three months. Any per son who will take 1 pill each night from to IS mav be restored tn mnnri k.itt, tr w . be possible. Sent by mail ioV 8 letter I. 8. JOHN60N A CO.. Baucor. Me. marl3w4 M. PETTINOIT.Ta nA n ,n a. . 87 Park Roe. N.w a rt.x ruT.l PhiWlphia, are authorised Agents for pre curingadTertisernentaforthe News in the above aod authorized to contract for adTertiaing at lowesttiuav ir istry f;o, n cent Prof. GLASCOCK, QUIM & COMPANY. Headquarters for Farm Implements! WE Ever handled ARE by any MOW RECEIVING THE LARCEST STOCK OF -AD one firm in Southern Ohio, consisting of the following: w Imperial, Oliver Chilled, North Bend Chilled, Dayton Champion, Dayton Aughe, Cassaday Sulky, Brown Sulky. WE HAVE IN STOCK THOUSAND EXTRA PLOW-POINT For the Imperial and Oliver Chilled Plows, which speaks for itself as to the number now in use in this part of the country. We are also agents for the celebrated - Improved Yaitdiver and Challenge Com Planters, the Adyance, Brown and Defiance Cultivators, and the Malta Double-Shovel Plow. The above line of Implements are decidedly the best in this market, and we warrant every one to do good work. DON'T BUY All INFERIOR mPLEZIENT WEEN YOU CAN BUY A GOOD ONE. -a A- LAEGEf STOCK OIF HARDWARE, STOVES and TINWARE Alwaya on IXaud and At Bottom r"rioo. Agents for the Celebrated Brown and Jackson Wagons. GLASCOCK, QUIIMM n CO. IS XI? POSS JL-M ABSOMTELY IMPOSSIBLE FOR THE PEOPLE TO FORM A3IY IDEA DOW CHEAP ZMZOTIEIES CO. ARE SELLING MEX'N, ROTS', YOUTH'S AND CHILDREN'S READY-MADE CLOTHING-! FOn SPRIM& AND SUMMEH. Unerinaletl In Hallo,- surpassed in Stylo. Unpsralleleil in Beauty UnapproacIuiMe in Ont! Our slock of II ATS, GEMS' FCK.I'IHU WOODS, 1KIXKS, VALISES, &c, Is Complete. We liaTe oa hand tbe finest line of NKCK-TIES eer rtlKplayed In Hillsboro. Oar Motto: "Live and Let Live.'"S Eagle Clothing House. fF Before you leave yonr meaanre for a SCIT. come and see me. Toq will find in my etock this Spring, a class of goods that has never been equaled by anything in this line heretofore shown in Eillsboro. Yon can find as good a quality of goods, get as good a fit, and as well-made Clothing as any Merchant Tailor can give yoa, aod aare from 33 to 40 per cent, in the cort. Come and eee my goods and learn my prices before yoa spend one dollar for Clothing. I mean bnsLnees. I. A. FELBEL, olor, GOOD GOODS, FAIR DEALING, BOTTGU PRICES, IS MY MOTTO. It is a FACT that wc sell a flrft-class w Him a LOWER price than any other Arm. WHY ? Because we have ro Atibxia, ont sen uihul i families from our Factory at WHOLESALE prices. PROVE all this by readine our Catalogue with prices. Mailed FREE. We ship for ten davs trial and warrant Ave Tears. V. S. PIANO & OR GAN CO. , N EW YORK. ap!7w4 ruirir iataa.f (K Hi w HOW Til GET THEM inthebeit part of the 1te. 6 00O.0O( aer for ale. i or free cp ot Kamiu Pacific Home stead," tddrru LmuA Cosnnlwloacr. inat, kuui. apt i w4 BENSON'S CAPCINE POROUS PLASTER. There is no doubt abont the ereai nnerioniy ni mis anicie over common oorour- plasters and other external remedies, such af Mnimentf. electrical appliances. Ac. Afkphy-j -icians of yonr own locality abont it. It 1 won- .lentil, ooia oy au Lru2i:i-ts. iTice 8-1 Cents. I anl7 4 n 1 -'THF HFfllTHYAi f 1 1 VTHE HEALTH Y& 5 ' ' TT 1 Cheaper and Healthier Cream Tartar, Baking Powder, &c. PROF. HORSFORD'S Bread Preparation is unsorpasfd for making superior Light Hread, Biscuit, Cakes and Pastry. The only Bread Kiring Material that is public- recommended by Physicians as containing in grerlients beneficial to health. rKOF. RODNEY WELCH, Lecturer on Chem at the liahneman Medical College, of Cliica- says : "1 ne greatest improvement ever made raising bread w ithont the nse of yt-ast, is the process of Prof. Horsford of Harvaid University." If yoa cannot get it of your grocer, send a three stamp to the manufacturers for a sample. Manufactured according to the directions of K. N. Horsford, by the Rumford Chemical Works, Providence, U. I. aplom3 t.e tiii.1. EV E RYTH INC rR ihb Deecripure Caul gucj ol 173 pages atnt Free 3, Cnrliandt St.. .e l or. i of Ml apluwaZA TRY THE HEVVO. UILSOH SE A VALUABLE INVENTION, THE WORLD RENOYHZD IVIfJG ACIlirJE In workmanship is equal to a Chronometer Watch, and as elegantlj finished as a first-class Piano. It received the highest awards at the Vienna and Centennial Expo sitions. IT SEWS ONE-FOURTH FASTER than other machines. Its capacity is unlimited. There aro mora WlLSO?i MACHINES sold in th9 United States than the combined sales of all the others. The VILSO.i ME. DING ATTACHMENT fordoing all kinds of repairing, WITHOUT PATCHING, given FREE with each machine. ACENTS WANTED UUILS0I3 SEWING IMWWl GO. CHICAGO, IT.T... U. S. A. apiimtt , THCBCST SOLO BT ft r - i u $1500 1 1 BtVARE nonet on cffisKSADDrlt. RACSPUre. -wBBen.--- ADDRESS: Cleveland, ohio. m 'iii1. SO SIMPLE 'Mlf 3 FORPAKTICUUM WhiteSewing Machine Co api7w4Dtco New Furniture Store ! FACTORY AND SALESROOM: CORNER WALNUT xVND WEST STREETS, jIjSBORO, O- Keep on hand, make to order, and repair all kinds of Fnrnitnre. Also, .Doors, Sash, Blinds, (n linud and ma-le to order. rrcill and aoe na, and buy at BOTTOM TKICES. J" W. PES3STCE Hillsboro, April ,0, 1S79. aplOmA EW MARBLE WORKS! (P. HANI.OX, ) (. 8. LKMON.)' 5. fir Hanlon d Lemon, Copes' Building. Cor. Main & West Sts., (LATE GRANGE SUPPLY HOUSE), HILLSBORO, OHIO, Respectfully inform the public that tb-v have opened a Marble biiou at the aiove ulace. ami wiil f irnisb AND ALL KINDS Of CEMETERY WORK, of the Mat material aiid latest dejlcna, at prices lower than ever offered before. We bare on hand a line lot of deaiirna of Monnmenta and Ileadatonea from the principal Cemeteries tho eotmtrv. Fartiee wlshin? to purcnare i "uu m m ineir lntereat to give na call. . i i u . i. u , i i a ?V I r Pati"irrion enarantetd in all cajes. Hillaboro. Ohio, JIarcu JO, mar20ms News, $l.oO ct Year. J. ail gHEIUFFS SALE. realJstate. William Scott ) In ?h. Conrt of Com ts. y mon Pltaip of H'.gQ- A. T. Cook et al. j land County, O. Notice Is hereby 1re that the nnderalcned, Sheria of Highland Coonty, Ohio, by Tirwe of an Order of Sale laaned oat of aaid Court in the aho enritleti canae and to him dirwed aa her:fl ot eaid Coanty, will, at tue door of tne Conrt IIoqm in Hillaboro, on Monday, May 12, A. D. 1S73, at two o'clock P. M. of said day, offr for eal at pabtic auction, the following descrhed real era:rf to-wit: Situate in the town of Hifi-Horo, H in land Coonty, Ohio, being the unriivtdM one-flsif ot that portion of the west part of onHnal In-l-ot io said town, namrmred Niuet-n ( i9, fronriny arvoct frrtv-two (W, feet and Ave ) incbea oa Mftio Mreet, and rnnning back at riifht-angltrfi with aaid street, aame width, one bnudred and ninety-eight (19) feet to au ailey, the front line if the preaiisee herpin conveyed rnnuing from the northwii corner of wild lot eastwurdly along Main (Street to the ooter edge of the norrheiM otr Der of the preaect wall of t;je old Eiiicott ifrt brirk boitriinir, and tiie esut line rnnmnir sooth o aa to inrfede the eapt wall of fid bailuing. Appraised at $4,760. Terms of Saie Cah. GiTen nnder my hand at Ilillsboro, Obro, tbia 5th day of April. A. L. W. C. NEWELL, Sberiff Higbiaod Coanty. O. CTBrs Nbwbt. Attorney. apiOwS FOR SALE! My Dwelling od Walnat Street, fl Ills horn, beinc one "of the most denirabie residence in town. . egant, eomfortabie, cooYenrent. Everything in excellent repir. Good water, fine frnir, ic Price low. Terms easy. For partirniar, app'y to tb andernigned at the-Hilisborongb National Bnnte. mar2"m C. BaKRKKE. NOTICE. Vance Varlin, of the dry of Chattanocea, in ha State of Tennewee, is notified that iiBrr )'en Marlin did, on the Sth day of Kebmary, A. D. flle her petition In th office of the Clerk of the Conrt of Common Pleas within and f'r the Coanty of Highland, Ohio, charging the aaid Vance Mariin with wiiml absence trom said petitioner for more than three years last pst, and asking that she may be diroTced from the aaid Vance Mariin and awarded the cnetody of their minor child which petition will stand for hearing at the next lenn of aaid Court. MARY ELLEN MARLIN. Br Wm. H. Eckatt, her Atrorney. Dated this April ad, A. D. 187y. ap3w7 LTGAL KOTIC: John Haning, of Point P!eruant, In the eonnty of Mason, and ritate of WaJ Virginia, is noticed that Mary U. Haning did, on the 4th day of March, A. D. 1T. flle her petition in the office of the Clerk of tbe Conrt of Common Fleas, within and for tbe eonntr of Hiebiaud and State of Ohio, charging tbe aaid John Haning with wilful ab sence for more than three years last past, and asking that she may be divorced from tbe taid John Haning; aod tbe said John Hmtcg is re quired to answer said petition br the itia da? of April, A. l. lSi. MAKI 11. HA.!!.. J. ii. Dcmisii Attorney. mariJw J. K. PICKERING, Hillsboro, Ohio. Office : Over Haynes & Co.'$ Siore, Cor. High & Main Sis. Will fire apeclal attention to th. Euyiii, Eslliiigv end Renting Heal Estate. v1 Careful and prompt attention giren to janji'u For Sale! For Sale or Exchange for Farm Subnrban Town Properly In HilMlwro a 7 acrea, good ho a ae and tbilllnir.ej, pinntT of frnlt, Jtc A very desira ble property. Will Mil low, or exchange for farm land. Anplyto J. K. PICKERIMt, K. E. Agenu febl3tf Alao. for Sa'e. on West Main St.. Hillaboro. a pood Bnainraa Room prOTH-rty ronnerteH. j. o.. riCn.r.Ki.i. iaj z.eiie geoi. marl If Honae and lot In a connrry town in Riph!ao4 coqotv. Goon twiv.tory frsnic nonpe witn p-eDiy of oulbnildiof. Good well and ciatern hona contains a jfod nfore-room. abelveri and foml. li ed. An excellent location for a ronntry atore. Term. ey. J. K. WCKSHIXJ. mar7if Ileal E.tare Affent. TEXAS LAXD FOR SALE. F4(i acre, of ?ood land In Txaa, for pale low ; or for exrhanze tor property in Highland connfr. A caeh ditfererwe will be paid on prooertv of crater valo than the land. J. K. Pit KEKlS.i. aplTtt Keal Estate Asent. THE YOUTH'S fOMP ANTON f A WEEKLY PAl'EB FOR Tounj People AND TUB FAMILY. 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