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x . Devoted to News, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Manufactures, and the General Interests of Highland County. VOL. 43-NO. 11. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1879. WHOLE NO. 2245. 'Published "Every Thursday. J. L. BOARDMAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE Curnerof Main nd Short Street, Op posite Music Halt. .-r Reduced Terms 1879. Mali Subscribers Postage Free. Blnrlecopj, one yvar $1 M 8 month 1 W " months. 75 " 4 month. N months 40 frrynieci InvariaWy in advance. 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To Snberribers In Hillnboro and vicinity, the News will be promptly delivered by Carrier, or at the Poet Office or office of publication, od thefoL lowintr terms: In advance, or wltMn 1 month . $1 Cfi At the end of 4 months 1 Tfi At tl.e end of tlie vv&x t 00 tw"An advance payment preferred in all caw, finbffcribere will be notified of the exp'ratlon of their time by a cross on their papers, or by bills enclosed X. B. We do not discontinue papers sent to Town Snbscrihers nnlew specially or-iTed to do so ttntil all arrearaea are paid, as a puuL-fulai A failure to order a discontinuance is considered as eonivsJet to onlertmr the paper continued. Business Directory. Cards inserted nnder this head at the following wtets : For 1 tncli stacet $10 a year; X inch, $5 a year ; V inch, $3 a year. Tweive lines of thia type make 1 inch. ALFBOKBO BART. J. W. BIOOINS, HART & niGGINS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office mi:ti'B Flock, corner of Min & Hipti St. DRS. W.&C. HOYT, HOMOEOPATHIC IPhysicians anil Surgeons, SMITH'S BLOCK, HILLSBORO, O. Orders from a distance, ff iwlvfd early, will be nre lo receive anenuoa lue same nnv. W HOYT. M. I., I C. HvXT. M. P., I to 9 a.m.; 1 lo t and 7 Until 1(1 a.m. and rum to 8 p.m. apl7 I yl 4 to 6 p.m. R. CALLAHAN. D. D. $., EN T 1 ST D Office in 8TRAU8S BUILDING, Main Street, flret door to rijrM, up etaira. maristf A. HARMAN, Onice. ouutheast Comer Mmb and Iliirh St-, room np stairs. a'it:'y! eirby sniTn, ATTORXEY AT LAW, lffice over Smith's Pni? 6tore, rfillsboro.O. decUstf h. R.Qui::nf ATTOE1TEYAT TjJW. Office with tlalthewe & Hupgioa. GEORGE HOFFMAN, -Barber, and Hair - Dresser, No. 24 South High Street. jyistf CHir.lP HOUSE, (KormerlT Elliott Hoose), OHIO. Terms, SI.50 Per Day ACCOMMODATIONS KIRST-CLASS. NEAREST HOTEL TO RAILROAD. fW Free liack to and from DeTt. . fryl W. B. SH1WP. rmpr. C. H. Collins, r ATTOBITET JT Xj"W,' Oflioe over Evane A Ferria' Bask, Hilleboro, Ohio. JUIII3-VI ' 'ZCRN T. EIEE, 'ATTORNEY AT Xj A W, HILI.SBOR0, OHIO. Office in Smlth'a New Building, d atory. anyl C. C. Hixson, H. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Smith'B tiew Bnildinir. 2d Ptory, over Seybert A Co.'b Drug Store, HILLSBORO, OHIO. Offl-ie Honrs 8 to I A. M, 1 to 2 P. M. and T to P. M. fftilyl K. C. RCSS, M. D Phyaioian. Bargnon and Acooacheur, niLIBORO, OHIO. OtHr Main Street, next door west of Poat OIBce. BeaidenreSoiiLu llifb 8U, aoulh o Sooth Street. myiyi J. It. PICKERIXO, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rotary I'ublic and Land Surveyor. OUoe rrmovM to rnrnor of Main and rUgh treeta, over Uaynea t Oo.'a store. mar15tf VY. VV. SHEPHERD, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, IIILLSBOnO, - - OHIO Offlre on Short Striiet, two door west of Mich St OFFICE HOL RS From S to 9 A. M- 1 to 1 P. M., 6 to S P. M. and all day SatnrdaT. dec2Tl A. O. MAITBtW!. BsRltr M. UuosiMa. wirrnEffs &. iitggixs, ATTOBNEYS AT LAW, Office comer of High and Short Sta., npaulrg. Iar6m Cyrus TJewby, ATTORNEY AT L.iff, Offi'-e in S'mlthV New Building, .! story., fithlrl IIEXKY A. SHEPHERD, A ttorney n. t XjAW) HILLSBOROUGH, O. Ctnoe and residence on Waiu 8troet, between Hitrh and Enrt su eeta, first door west ot "Hanlej floniw," P. (I. Kraaer, .'!. frl'Jttf Dr. S. J. SPEES UMT.L now irrvr his entire time to the prartlcr of fi !'rotrMoiK He liaa had esleimirr eiperienre and wtll pive aiHTinl attention to tue Treatment of I'hronic Diaeawa. Officii At the New l'riictore. Main Street, l'lmnn ;.k. Hesiilenc Vect Walnut St. near t'ie f'uhlic School Uoiisc, Ililla'ooro. Oliir. jnlRyl Esaninati:r.s cf Teachers. fUIK Board nf School Kxamim!r of HirhJand 1 ennnty plvr nnfirr, that -xaniiimti(ns of Ap-iihratiti- f- CiTtiflrjiier will tar;r piare in lhe Hiiie bro I niorj Krbrtol baildintf on the firn( SMtnrda of fvprv month. nd on th third utttfiny of F.')rns ry, M.irrti, April, Ancnt, s'j.teinhrr nnt FftohT. The EKami:-srion Ire prevcrihrd by law is 50 ctn Evorierol the Board. n?-v1 II. S. nOflGrTTT. Clrrk. H. M. rRTTINGILL and Vn., 10 Slate Utrwt, Bcton, 7 I'nrk Rie, New York, and 7'd Chrntnut htrret, Philailelfthia, are authorized Aeents for pri rtsrinjE adrertinements or the News in the abev citiea, and authorized to contract for advertising at ur lowest ratm. News, Only. SI.50 a Year. t UCKEYE A, SIXTY ID AYSGEAND JUBILEE ! KSThe Value of the "Daddy Dollar" Enhanced ! GOODS FOR. XjX'X"X"Xjxi3 ILVrOIKrEA'Sr ! 'a- . :PKT''OES SURIENDEEED! - ' ! In anticipation of an early store, except staples, at a fearful sacrifice in price fou cash. See u few prices mentioned below : S.T-A.XjT-a. DOTJELE-SriOVH!-. II.CXW - Oi3 SO. OLX1V.IINr.. XCTJI3XJ3II-Sia:C'V'3I3XJi PLOW - JT1 3L OO ABOVE raiCJSS IITCLirriE BtTIiL-TOKGTJES. " Champion TwoJTorse Corn Planters, & 10; Iloosicr Corn u.-iz-v . -ri..i it i r i ct - ; ' f .-ci Harney per jiah', ;40c.; l'Jow X6. 7, with full trimmta. S8. $9. S11, S12, &e. Xo. Range with nigh Closet, Reservoir, Six Cook Holes, Pat. Broiler for Stone Coal, Warranted, at Low Trice. "Favorite" Cook Stoves Improved, Beautified and Cheap. - jSpadcs, Hoes, Rakes, Shovels,' Forks, Picks Mattocks, Axles, Fine Carpenters' Tools, Builders' Hardware, &c, &c., MUST BE SOLD HARD WARE The 01JXY We have sold TWO 6t M mm For our Farmers. Leave yotir orders early, so that we can fit you out in good time, also for for old machines. We are handling three different Cultivators The "Brown," "Advance" and Improved Yandiver and 'Challenge ' Corn "Planters, Reindeer and Galo Self-Dump Sulky :,'r;IIay" 'Bakes" andRoTolTiusf Hay Rakes. The above line of Farm Implements are the BEST in this market. We keen always on hand the following Plow- Poiutri: Imperial, Oliver Chilled, Coluinhus, rittshurch and rs- Agents for CURRIE'S RAW-J30NE SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME, "The A large stock of Hardware, Stoves and Tinware always on hand. '-Agents for the celebrated PR0WN and JACKSON 'WAGONS. GLASCOGE, REAPERS removal to our Xew building, Trace - Chains, G-"e. before, removal. It will be to ST O R E, OLD RELIABLE HEADQUARTER POH ill Kl Machine in the Market that WILL Do the Work Properly! HUNDRED in tlie last two seasons, which fact alone is a sufficient guarantee that it is T H E A C H I :.r P and can warrant them to do good QUIM AND JtiOWERS! we will, during the next sixty days, oiler Drills, f 1,1; Campbell Com ir ... . c .i - . t 8, with full trimmin-s, ?13 to Post-Hole Diggers,' !Axes7 Hatchets, Iron, Springs, Wheels, and Prices-Reduced on all. your, interest, to call. SffiLEft- & h 11 work. We are agents for the Ilillshoro. AO & COMPANY. goods in our Drills, $18: Weir n..., t..i... t Cultivators So.oO : Plow- ?,j0."' The "Delm'onico" Fire HERR0N. 55 any repairs that you may need "Defiance," - - Standard Fertilizer." - all '3 3 1 ixJl THE v;iLson-'SEivicjG:MncmrjE In workmanship is equal to as elegantly tmisnea es a tirst-ciass piano, it recetvea the highest awards at the Vienna and Centennial Expo sitions. IT SEWS ONE-FOURTH FASTER than other machines. Its capacity is WILSOH MACHINES sold the combined sales of all the others. The WILSON ItfDIKG ATTACHMENT fordoing all kinds of repairing. WITHOUT PATCHING, given FREE with each machine. agents 1 1 f ii cn?i orrrsMf? riAPitmc nn wanted. ( il3.0U.J OLIHUU l.lilUillUL. UUl ! CHICAGO, few Furniture FACTORY AND SALESROOM: CORNER WALNUT AND WEST STREETS, SIT sT SBORO, Keep on hand, make to order, and On band and made to ordrr. fTCall and vJ IIi!lNro, April 10, 1HT3. r.Kl L HAIiSl.'A. Doors, HARSH.-A c; Tn p 1 nish MONUMENTS andiy tS rr 00 f ' I L Tombstones and all kinds! V. K JC i j3A- Vof Cemetery Work, andiv H ! CxO j ;.' J. . Vat prices LOWER than i r -u - fcgf; lrrt- vever neretorore. ' if I X"'t-X,,-.... ' M"f .IV-.-; rie.ice pive up call. S" butielaciwu goau-auneil.-- Jl AKsliA & FUN. Til If: IIP III! fail Ml liirniiiiv B U : i S 9 ,T- . I' P E I f ' I if H I1 a 1m l- A VALUABLE INVENTION. WORLD RENOWNED a Chronometer Watch, and unlimited. There are more in-the United States than ILL., TJ. S. A. repair all kinds of Furniture. Also, Store! lash, Blinds, eee ujm' o T.OTTOM T'RirFS r apl'm C. M. IIARSHA. - , - - 1 of rtfs "s. , , 4 the B soiearir SML-iii Dt iy r;, ... - . w U a Preparation of IRON and CAUSAYA Endorsed by the Medical Profession, and recommendpd hr them for Dyspepsia, General Debility. Fe- niate Diseases, Want of Vitality,., Ac. Hannraetnred by the Dr. Hmrter Mrdlrln l'oM Mo. SIS K. Main Street, SU Lonia. The following is one of the yery many tesUmonlalB we are recelrlng daily: fff-SomethreemonthaagoIbepanthenseofDB.HARTKR's 1 row Twrrc. OTMm the advice or many lrlemts who knew lta virtues. 1 was Buffering from general debility to such an extent tbat uiy labor was exceedinsrly burdensome to me. A vacation of a month did not five me mm h relief, but on the contrary, was followed hv Increased prostration and sinking' chills. At this time 1 be pan the use of IT 'f!7,eJ and J, fon,,d that my natumi force was not j . 1 ' " "lu retiizc siiuoev ind w.fh double the fane. Jive done twice the labor Uiotyr Ut ucvtf bclor eiyoyed. Mrith the tranquil nerve Vbdt, O,, Jan. 1, 1878. J. P. Watson, Pastor Christian Choreh, Troy, O. For Male hy DrnnrtsU ad General Dealers Everywhere. mvlvi I. HIESTAND Hay jm?t received his Third Invoice of WALL PAPER! tnie suason, coiunriaing all tlie Novelties, and making one ol The Largest and Most Complete lines ever exhibited in nillsboro. Also, haa a full apsortment of PICTURE J7tt-JlVLlZl!Ei ! QUEENS WARE, GLASSWARE, AND TIL CLOTHS. mmvH - made to order, and put op ttr DO NOI FORGET TI1K PLACE, into. 17 rsarortu April 17, 1871. . NEW MARBLE WORK: tp. n.Ni lO. .S. l.KMO Mio;i WIARBLE 1 We hnve on li;tnd a fine lot of desiirnp ff JWmnmenta and Headatonea from the Drinrin:il Cenieleriep theenintry. Pnrtie. wifhliie to iKjiciiar will find tRf" SMffetion enranted li? a)l eaee. G1500.00L H0T1CE ou IfoauKSAUD DltRfiCE pUr. FOR PARTICULARS "iMHtn WhiteSewing Machine Co. HOST BARK, tn combination with the Phosphates, immeuiaie anu wonaenm results. permanently abated. I have used three bottles of The old cnerpy that I ever did In the Bftmo tlmo rlnHnir m v lllnui and vtor of body, has come also a cleanieia of a uiti iumu nas not done trie won, a know not what. 1 give it the MuSbi.r&lfcfiilly yours. I In any part of the city. mgn Street. npl7m:i DRTAGK Hanlon & Lemon, Copes' B ilding, Cor. Main & West Sts., (LATE GRANGE SUPPLY HOUSE), HILLSBORO, OHIO, ptxtfully inform the mtlic tbat they havn opened i ut tlie atKve place, and will lurnifh ii d CRAXITE ilIOAOEATS AM ALL KINIW OK CEMKTEKY WOKK, .-I mate.-lul and latest ilrfins, at prices loner thnn ever ottered before. It to their interest to cive u n cjll. Hillboro. Ohio. March 90, mar2om3 SO SIMPLE "'IOC ARMNTEO u ADDRESS! Cleveland, ohio. Teachers' Column. DAVID BAILEY, EDITOR. Commnnicatlons for this department arc solic ited from the teachers of th county. All com munications shuiiid be adtlrefed to David Bai ley, H M1HI.AND 1. O., llHlllLAND Co., O.. atld should reach him at leapt ten tlaiM before the innue of the paper in w hich they are expected to appear. Personal. Before the next issue of the News reaches its readers, we expect to be in Lebanon, in attendance at the National Normal School. Iq view of this fact, we have been trving, since early in AprjJ, to find some one to take our place, or rather take the place wo have been striving to fill but so far we have not been success ful. Wo may succeed yet, however. If so, you will be duly informed of the fact. If no one can bo found, we will do our best, under the cir cumstances, uutil the assembling of the Institute in August, at which time we shall turn the Column over to the teachers, and we hope some ono will be found willing to take the work in hand, and carry it on to the success it merits. The Coming Institute. Oar Ex. Com. have secured the services of Profs. Eli T. Tappan, of Gambier, O., and John Ogden, of Worthington, O., for the coming Institute. It will be seen tha though they were not instructed, they saw which way the wind blew and acted accordingly. Com. Burns will also be at the Institute, to do missionary work for the County Superintendent cause. lhe compositor made rather a tame affair out of the latter part of Samson's Riddle ; but we presume it is scarcely necessary to say that it was out of tha "eater," and not out of the "earth," that the "meat" came forth. Com. Eurns has appointed Chas. L. Loos and Chas. E. Sbreve as members of the State Eoard of Ex aminers, in the places of Alston Ellis, time expired, and John K. Peaslee, resigned. The Eoard now stands as follows : W. N. Ross, of Fremont, Chas. L. Loost of Dayton, and Chas. R. Shreve, of Martin's Ferry. The office of Principal of the Nor mal College, at llantingdon, Fa , made vacant by the death of Prof. J. M. Zuck, h now filled by J. M. Brumbaugh, and the work goes on. Our young friend, J. E. Ockerman, of Penn Township, has received a posi tion in the school for next year. We wish him success. He is an earnest worker in the cause of Edu cation and well deserves a "cope up higher." It is sad that a young man of promise must leave home and kindred and try his fortune among strangers, but it was ever thus : "A prophet is not without honor, save in his own country." Turner Turned Over. We nave been reading tue llilis- boro "Gazette again, and we beg of our readers to overlook our style this week. We confess that we have caught the blatherskite Bridwell's beautuul (?) style, but we hope it will wear off when we leave the country for awhile. Three weeks ago we accused Tur ner of writing the letter in the Ga zette, hoping he would see his error and expose the true author. Now we sav, he did not write it." Yv'e have read somewhere of "an ass in a lion s skin, but tne uazetto ass brays with a lion's voice, and shows lion's teeth and claws ; and when a lion comes out in an ass's skin, look out for "dirty work." Worse than this, there are fivo or six big lions trying to hide in Turner's skin, and we pity the fellow. We know all their plans, too, and, in confidence, we will just tell you, dear reader, that if you want to read something of which what has already been pub lished don't begin to be a foretaste, "subscribe for the Gazette." Turner's twaddle about "truth" gives us some consolation, but we can give him a better quotation: "Troth forever oa the scaffold, Wrong forever on hte throne ; Yet that scaffold sways the future, For, liehiiid the dim unkuown, Standeth G-W, within the shadow. Keeping watch above his own." We have knowingly and willingly taken the role of "Truth on the scaf fold." We like it, at least we pre fer it to being "puilod up with lies," and Wrong may come down from his throne sooner than some peoplo think. Let Turner produce one responsi ble witness to say that wo said one word about the "love theory" before we taught the Stringtown school ; or that the big boys "rode us on a pole." Let him lind one intelligent individ ual, who attended our Readings, (except a certain Rev. whose free- and-easy conduct with the young ladies has sometimes caused him to change his base unexpectedly, and who expected us to admit him free, but was disappointed,) who will say that we did not do moro and better than we promised, either in poster opening remarks. When he does these things, wo say, it will be time ! enough to notice his effusions fur- of of to pn ther, and then we shall not do it in the Teacher's Column. We will say to the teachers, tbat, personally, we do not care a "fig" for his attacks; but, as we expect to leave the county on business connected with our future work, before you see another issue of the Column, we feared that some strangers who wers disposed to bo friendly, might put a wrong construction upon our silence, so we have written 83 wo have. We beg the pardon of our friends for using so much of their space with this personal matter. Expositions vs. Examinations. While examinations at the close of schools are very good, to show the knowledge of the pupil, they fail to show how, and when he acquired it. An exposition, properly managed, will show what the pupil learned during each month of the school. Their work in penmanship, map drawing, &o., can bo readily shown by means of contrasted specimens, but for regular work the task is not so easy. Outlines and written exami nations may both be used to ad vantage, but either one will require much patient instruction and drilling, where the pupils are unaccustomed to such work ; yet we think it will not be time lost, for the drill in or derly method is of more practical utility than most things that are taught in our schools, and the re sult will be much more interesting, to those who are really interested in the improvement of the pupils, than any school examination. Thc gugltlnml fjnvs. naLSBOROl GII, OHIO. THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1879. ADYEKTISIXG I..VTES. 1 w. w. 14 w. 2 m. I o 111.16 Ul.f I y'r S 5 3 v 5 no b if it 50 ; 0O 7 0O 9 00,15 00 9 00 12 J019 00 Jf Inch fO.iOi 1 ooi 1 j.v 1 75 1 Inch 1 oo S OOt t A: 3 00 f 3 75 4 00 , 6 6o 4 7.'ii 5 Mi 7 OO 5 Ml 6 "' 8 ttoi i inches i 001 3 inches 3 00 4 inches 3 So 0 50 14 IM) 22 Oo 5 inches 4 on 7 )i 8 oo loon l-.'oo i on i '.'A no S 501 0 00 13 50 16 oil 20 00 30 00 Jf col 5 5il H Col 7 00i10 00ill 50 15 00 ISOfl 2:, 00 40 00 eol 8 00,12 00: 14 00 17 oO in Oo 33 00: ".Oho l col 1000,17 00 20 io snoo :ihi r.ooo sooo The alKive scale of prices Is for ordinary slnsrle columc display advertising. Sotid Leeal, Official aad Tabular advertisements will be charged at the legal rate for space occupied. Rule and Figure work 60 per cent, extra. Special Notices, advertisements In other than single column measure, and those In i prescribed location, to per cent additional. Local Notices 10 ccuts per line for first, and a cents per line for each additional insertion. Cards in Easiness Directory One Inch, 1 yeai $10: 6 months, $0; 3 months, J3. One-half Inch 1 year, t5 00; t mos. $3; 3 mos. $2. Obituary Notices (otherthan simple announce ments of deaths.! Tribntes of Respect, Cards of Thanks, aod announcements by Societies 6 cents .r line. Notices of Marriacres, Births and Deaths when furnished by Drooer authority free. Attachment. Divorce. Aomimstrators'ana Execu tors' Notices, must be paid for before insertion as also Foreign and Transient Advertising generally. SPECIAL NOTICES. Vf The entrance to the new Editorial lioom o the News is on Main street, one door west of Glas cock, Qninn & Co.'s hardware store, by the stair way leaiiing to Dr. Ross's office. nr Extra copies of the News can be found ev ery week at George Bowers' News Depot, aud also at this office. Price 5 cents. Correspondence solicited from all parts of the county. Send ns the fitctx. in few words, and we will put them in shnpe for piililictition. The writer's real uame must be giveu in all cases, as ft guaranty of gooil faith. The News haviio! a mnch larger rircnl.ition is Highland comity Urns any other paper, and among the best class of readers, is the l"-st advertising medium. Business lneu will pkase note this fact, and act accordingly. Arrival and Iepr(ure of Mailt. - R. R. mails arrive doily except Sunday, at tM5 a. m. and 0.41 p. in. Depart daily except Senday, at 6.30 a, m. anil l.'ifl p. ni. N. B. Railroad mails close 30 minutes before departure of tmins. Kipley mail, for Newmarket, Sngartrce RMge, Mourvtown, New Corwin, Kmeraid, Ac, arrives Tnesdiiy, Thursday aud Saturday, at 7 p.m. De parts Monday, Wdnesdny and Friday at 7 a. m. Eastern nmil, for Dallas, Kttinshoro, New Pe tersburg, Greenfield, Bitinhritlge, Paint, Sinking Springs, Marshall. North Union, Carniel, Ac., ar rivals Tuesday, Thursdny and Saturday, at 7 p. m. Departs same days at 7 a. m. Fayetteville niHil, for Nevin, Pricetown, Hollow town, Buford, Sicily, Ac, arrives Wednesday and Frldav at 5 p. m. Departs same days at 7 a. m. Belfast mail, for Berryville, Belfast. May Hill, Lovett's, 4c, arrives Tuesday and Friday at 11.30 a. m. Departs same days at 12.o0p. m. Sahina mail, for Samautha, Highland, Memphis, Sabina, Ac., arrives Tuesday and Friday at 5 p. m. Departs Wednesday and Satnrday at 7.45 a. m. J. M. BAURKUE, P. M. The Ohio Legislature has fixed the salary of members at SGOO per annum ?3 to be deducted for every day's absence, unless excused by the body. Twenty-one years ago the present Senator Pendleton made a speech in the House of Representatives defend ing the use of U.S. troops to keep the peace at the polls in Kansas. Mt. Gilead Sentinel : Lut Con gress tako the advice of the Uleraphis Avalanche, and piss the following joint resolution : "Resolved, That we are principally fools." The President will not veto that. The Greenbackers and the Demo crats have not quite so much to say late about about "bloated bond holders." Since the working class are everywhere buying up the U. S. 4 per cents., m order to liave tneir savings invested in something that they know will always be worth dollar for dollar, it isn't exactly the thing to sneer at the "bond-holders." Chesapeake & Ohio R. P. bonds have recently advanced rapidly in the N. Y. market. On Wednesday last week, May 21st, the 1st mort gage bonds opened at -15 J, advanced 17:, and closed at 17. Sales of j about . SllojOOO were reported for that day. Only a few months ago J these bonds were down to -7 and '2& : The recent advance is no doubt i owinry to the better prspects for i eivrlv completion of the. vi stein connections of the road. I or No by all for t-aid and in anil two THE NEW ELECTION LAW. To Punish Bribery and Other Offenses. The following is the full text of Senator Seitz's bill to preserve the purity of elections, which has recent ly become a law : Sectiok 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That it shall be unlawful for any person who is a candidate for any office of trust or profit, under the Constitution or laws of the State, or of the United States, to loan, give, directly or indirectly, offer, or promise to give, any money or other thing of value, to any elector within the district in which Le is a candi date, for the purpose of influencing or retaining the vote of such elector, or give or promise to give to any person or persons any of the above considerations of value, to secure or retain tbe influence of euch person or persons in his behalf as such can didate, or to be used by such person or persons to influence the vote of any individual elector, or of electors generally, or to influence him or them to vote, or to refrain from voting; provided, that nothing in this section shall be construed toap ply to hospitality at his own resi dence. ... Sec. 2. Any person found guilty of any of the acts named in section one shall be deemed guilty of bribe ry, and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined in any sum notlesa than five hundred dollars and not more than one thousand dollars, or be im prisoned in the Penitentiary not ex ceeding three years ; and if such of fender shall have been elected to the office for which he was a candi date, his office shall be made vacant by conviction, and filled as in other cases of vacancy, and such person shall moreover be forever ineligible to any office of trust or profit within this State. Sec. 3. Any person not a candi date for office, who shall disburse, or give, or promise to give, any money or thing of value, or give, or treat to any spirituous, malt, or other liquors, either directly or in directly, to influence any voter in giving or withholding his vote, or who seeks by violence, or threats of vio lence, or threatens to enforce the payment of a debt, or to begin a criminal prosecution, or to injure the business or trade of any elector, or if any employer of laborers, or agent of such employer, threatens to withhold or reduce the wages, or to dismiss from service, or refuse to allow the necessary time to employes to attend at the place of election and vote, 83 inducements to such elector to vote contrary to his incli nations, or any person selling or of fering to sell his influence with other voters, or who, for or with any con sideration of value enumerated in section one, shall seek to influence the vote of an elector, or to refrain from voting, shall be deemed guilty of a felony, and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined in any sum not less than one hundred nor more than two thousand dollars, or im prisoned in the Penitentiary not more than three years, at the dis cretion of the court Sec. 4. Any candidate for nomi nation by any political party in the State, for any office of trust or profit, who shall commit any of the acts named in section one of this act, for the purpose of securing the influence of any person in bis behalf, or to in fluence any delegate voting upon the question of his nomination, shall bo deeuied guilty of bribery, BDd shall be fined not less than one hun dred dollars, and 6hall be disqualified from holding the office, though he be hereafter elected according to law. The commission of any of the acts named in section one, during the candidacy of such person for nomination for office as aforesaid, shall be prima facie evidence of in tent to influence the votes of dele gates. Sec. 5. That whoever asks, de mands or receives from any candi dite for the nomination, by any po litical party or convention to any office, or from any candidate for any office nnder any law, any money, or any other thing of value, not then due and owing, or makes application any such candidate to purchase any tickt t to, or to give any money other thing of value for, any pre tended ball, pic nic, fair, entertain ment, or charitable enterprise, with tho expectation or belief that such demand, request or receipt will in fluence any vote, shall be fined not less than fifty nor more than three hundred dollars, or imprisoned sixty j days in the County Jail, or Work House, if there be such an institu tion in the county, or both, and eneh demand and request of any candi date shall bo deemed prima facie proof of such expectation or belief. prosecution shall be instituted under any of the provisions of this unless the same shall be com menced within six months after the commission of the offense. Sec. G. The Prosecuting Attor ney may frame his indictment with number of counts for different offenses against this act that may be committed to aftect any one election any one candidate, and may offer evidence tending to support any or of said counts, and the jury shall take into consideration all the evi dence offered on each of said counts the purpose of establishing the guilt of tlie accused i n all or any of couuts. Sia 7. This a't shall tuko effect be in force from and after its passage. The Cincinnati Gazette expresses fears for the wheat and corn crops some portions of Southern Ohio Kentucky should tho dronth continue a week longer. The ruins which hive ftl'cn during tho last weeks were not general, but covered only streaks and patches. 1'. S. The heavy and general rains since the above was put in tvpe, it is hoped came in time to save the crops. One of Rice's weaknesses as a Dem ocratic candidate for Governor is tha fact that he is connected with a Na tional Bank The Democracy have been making the opposition to Nation al Eanks a leading feature in their campaigns for several years past, and it would be very inconsistent in them now to support a man whose interests are indentiiied with the obnoxious in stitutions. Bishop used to own bank stock and to be a director in a bank, but he sold out and thus condoned his offense. Senate Joint Resolution. Senate Joint Resolution. Proposing on Amendment to Sections Three and Five, Article Four, of the Constitution, Reorganizing the Judiciary of the State. V it Itnolrft try rte Griimtl Armhlv of the Jtale " Oiie (three-fifths ot all the roemtM-ra "sleet ed to each house concurring thereio.) That a prop osition to amend the Constitution ot thefctate of Ohio he submitted to the electors of the State, on the second Tuesday of Oefoher, A. D. 1. as fol lows, ti-wit: That sections 3 and 5 of article 4, entitled "Judicial," be amended so as to be read as follows: Section 3. The Slate shall be divided into nin common pleas districts, ot which the einntyof Hamilton shall constitute one,whieh districts shall be of compact territory, bounded by county lines, aud said districts, other than said connty of Ham ilton, shall without divi.ioa of cocd: ies, he fnrth er divided into sub-divisions, in each of which, and icsaH comity of Hamilton, there shall be ejected, by the electors thereof, respectively, at leas! one judge of the court of common pleas for the district, and residing therein. Courts of com mon pleas shail be heid by one or more of these judges in every county of the district, as oftea as may be provided by law, and more than one coart or sitting thereof may be held at the same time in each district. Bc. In each district there shall be elected, by the electors at large of sneh district, one judge of the district conn, by whom the district conns in such district shall be heid, anil he shall receive snch compensation as mar be provided by law. D istrict courts shall he held in ea-h county at least once every year. The General Assem bly may increase the number of district court judges to three. In any district or districts, and may provide for having, judge yrn trotpor. to htifd any court w h.-never necessary by n-iwia of the failure, disiiual'iication, absence, or sickness of any judije, and the amount of pay ailowed a judge pro teniiKire may he deducted from the salary of any judge whose default cause tbe necessi ty of having tlie pro tenisre judge. The times of hoiflint common pU-as and district courts shall he fixef. by law, hut lhe General Assembly may authorize the judges of ssid courts n-epectlve-ly, to fix the times of lhe holding of said courts. At said election the voters drsiring to vole in favor of this amendment, shall have placed npon their ballots the words, "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, MJslirial Con stitutional Amendment, No;" and a a majority of the votes cast at said election be in favor of said amendment, then said sections three aad five here in speciriid, shad be and constitute the sections so numbered in the said jndicial article of the Con stitution of the State of Ohio; and the original sec tions three and five shail be repealed. JAMES E. SEAL, Speaker of the Honse of Representatives. JABKZ W. FITCH, Freaiuent of the Senate. Adopted April 10, 1S79. ; United States or America. Ohio,) Office of the Secretary of State. ) I, Milton Barnes, jcrtary of State of the State of Ohio, do heret.y certify, that the foregoing is a true copy of a joint resolution passed by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, on the loth day of April, A. 1). 179, taken from the original rolls tiled in this office. In testimony whereof, I have fcerennto subscribed mv name and nrfxt-d my olti tatAl.1 cial seal at Columbus, the l:b day of April, A. D., 1S79. HILTON BAKNES, apl41taw6m Secretary ui stare. Joint Resolution, Submitting Propositions to Amend, Section Two Two, Section One of Article Three, and Section Four Article Ten of the Constitution fo the State of Ohio. re it rewlrM bv fh General i flsVjf of th Stntt of Ohio (three-fifths nf all the members elect ed to each boase concurring therein.) 1 hat propo sitions to amend the Constitution ot tne ?taie ot Ohio be submitted tothe electors of the State, on the second Tuesday of October, A. D. 179. as fol lows, to-wit: That section 2 of article "i, section I of article 3, and section 4 of article 10, be so amended as to read as follows: Article II, Section 2. senators and Repre sentatives shall be elected biennially by the elect ors in the res;H-ctiv conntie or riistrcta, at ft time prescribed by law ; their terms of office shall commence am the Tuesday nexi atier the irst Monday of January thereafter, and continue two years. Article ill, sec. i. I ne .executive c-eporc-ment shall consist of a Governor. Lieutenant Gov ernor, secretary of Siafo, Auditor, Treasurer and Attorney-General, wfto snail ne cnosen oy ine electors of the state, at the place ot voting tor the members of the General Assembly, and ftt ft time prescribed bv law. Article X., Sec. 4. Township officers shall be elected on the ftrst Jtondav of April, ftnnnaily. by the qualified electors ot their respective townsnips, and shall hold their offices for one year from the Monday next succeeding their election, and until their successors are qualified, except Township Trustees, who shall be elected by the quaiilied electors in the several Townshijie of the S'ate, on the first Monday of April, A. I). lSn, one to serve for the term of one year, one for twe years, and one for three years; and on the first Moiidsy 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 is-qualiricd. Form or Ballot. At said election the voters in tavor of the artop'ion ot the amendment to Sec tion Two, Article Two, shall have placed upon their ballots the words, "Amendment to section Two, Article Two, of Constitution Yes;" and those who do not tavor the auoption of said amendment shall have placed npon th-ir ballots, the words, "Amendment to Section I, Article Two, of Constitntbm No;" fhee who favor the adoption it ss-ctiou One, Article Three, shall have plac-d npon their ballots the words, "Amndmnt to Section One, Article Three, of Conslltntion Yes ;" and those who do not favor the adoption of said amendment shall have placed noon ft.eir ballots the words, 4'Anieiuimenl to Section One, Article Three, of Ooiistilulion No;" and rhose who favor the adoption of Section Fonr. Article Ten. shall have placed upon tiieir ballots the words, "Amendment to Section Fonr, Article Ten, of Constitution Yes;'' and those who do not fa vor the adoption of said amendment shail have placed utHin their ballots the words, "Amendment to Section Four, Article Ten. of Con-tilutiou No." JAMES E. NEAL, Speaker of the House of Keoresentaiivas. JABEZ W. HTt II. President of the Senate. . Passed AprillS, 1S79. V.siTEn States or Awerica, Ohio, Otlice of the Secretary of state, f T, Mrlton Barues, Secretary ot State of the State of Ohio, do hereby certify, that the foregoing is ft true copv of a joint resolution passed by the Gen eral Assembly of the state of Ohio, on tbe 1 Jttt day of April, A. D. Is73, taken from the original roils tiled in this office. Ill testimony whereof, I have hereunto subscribed ray name ami affixed my official !al Beal, at Colunibus, the li'h day of April, A. D. 1ST9. MILTCN BAKNF.S, apMltawrim Secretary of State. Young Folks' Corner. 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