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Twenty -second Annual ohi menctmcat of (lie IXlh land lDlllii(e Viil ba held t Musio Hall, Thursday, Jcd 12,1879. st 7. 45 P. M. Subject of essays of the Gradaetiog Class, "Whioh of theK tioni has awakened the Highest Artistio Power?" The public are invited in attend. jul2wl For Sale. One 2 seated Spring Wagon ; has been ttsed a little. Will sell for $5. Call at onoe on KIBLEH 4 HEEKON, ju!2wl Eed Anvil Hardware Store. See What the People Say A bent Lytle'a Prnner. Our friend, A. J. Lytic, showed ns his Pruning Shears the other day, and having bad a great deal of experience in the prun ing business in this country, we can say it is the best Pruner we ever saw for either fruit-tress, grape vines or hedges. It has one very great advantage over other Prun er, Yix: The adjustable gum or leather limb-protector, which shields the limb and keeps the Pruner from bruising the bark, thereby saving a great many trees which die because the limb has been bruised. El-oem Stables, Wit O. Collins, Chmstopeeb Shmttt, Joseph Schott, Amos Eeed, K. D. Liixit, Eesj. W. Mcktz The inventor is desirous of starting a manufacturing co. in this stock is already taken. place, and some jul2wl For Sale Valuable Residence In Kew Boston, SJ miles east of Hillsboro, well adapted for a Physician's stand. Will be sold cheap. For particulars apply to or address Dr. c. C. HIXSON, JlStf Hillsboro, 0. For Rent. Eons on East Walnut terms apply to this office. street For ju5w2 , Another Departure. A1IEN, GEEGG 4 Co. deliver goods in all parts of the city, free of charge, in large or small quantities. Orders given to the driver will receive prompt attention, jnotf Money To Louu I On long time and at low rates, on first mortgage securities. J. K. PICKERING, Agent, TJ. 8. Home and Dower Association. Office over Asa Haynea & Co.'s Store, Hillsboro, Ohio. ju5w3 By All Means, GO TO A. K. KELLY To buy Fancy Goods, Kotions, Hosiery, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Glass ware, 4c, Ac He has a full line of all the above goods, and he is bound to sell the IT -1, - . "m HeI- tuem regardless of cost, as they are Danicmpt goods, and must be sold. -" ior yourselves. Main street, door south of Dr. Koble's office. nij2Uw3 CASH I OB WOOL. Ulliott, Walker & Co. Hillsboro, Ohio. Are in the market with CASH, to buy the cup one, y, at tne lliglvtst Marloet Price tT - . n .. v-moewiin waiter, Elliott 4 Co., Smith's my29w3 BI(ck. Prescrlpilons Carefnlly Compounded at QUIXNS. n3j25t Drugs, Paints, oils, - and Pjo-Stuffs, at QUINN'S. my22t Toilel and Fancy Article at QUIKX'S. my22tC . The Bent Scent Cigar st QUIITS'3. my22tf Pure L,ard and Fish Oils, st QUIKX'S. my22tf ToClIUnsandAeneSnOererg. "WTiea your Lirer is Torpid, And Stomach feels bad, Go to your draggist, For Sanford's New Pad." task ko othes. bek adtkbtisement. maylyl Carpets and OH dolus. Our stock of Carpets for the Spring trade is rery large and attractive. V e respectfully invite the inspection of those who intend making purchases of these goods. We are prepared to meet the uiuscbv oompeuuon. IjXiLHt.SOS, 15 ZjObi juain btreet. mar27tf SETI1ERT ACO.'S WOKM POTVDEKS. ihese Powders have been thoroughly tested for years past, and have been found the best Vermifuge made. They are sweet and easy to take, harmless and sues death to Worms. Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, j BEYEEET 4 CO. Druggists, Hillsboro, O. P. S. Those who prefer giving medi cine in the form of a syrup, will find our Medicated Worm Vermifuge. byrup a verj efficient febGtf At Eckley'g Meat Market You will find the best Beef, the best Pork. At 1 . v lae Desc jersey bausage, the best Ken. tucky Corned Beef, the best Lard. C?- Nothing but good, sound, healthy kuia, ioi-ujui prices. novjoti i Onr Claims. We claim that there is greater certainty "niy m iae production of good bread, biscuits, etc., in the use of Dr. r vream waking Powder, and that the articles made with it are more whole- uine nna digestible than if made with any other kind. Test it by the most reliable uu iruiniuj test in the oven. Among the multitude of Eminent Au thorities who have testified to the nutri tive Talue and healthfulness of the active principle of the Horsford Bread Prepara tion, are Baron Liebig, the world-renowned Chemist, of Germany ; Prof. Adolph Oit, Editor of the German-Am. Cvclopedia N. Y.; Prof. K. 0. Doremus, Medical College, of Kew York ; Dr. C. C. Comagys and Dr. C. Woodward, Cincinnati; li. L. Eea, Prof, of Anatomy, Kush Medical College Chicago; J. H. Hollifiter, Prof. Phvsiology, Chicago Med. Col, Chicago, and Dr. J. L Kellogg, Chicago. Most all of our grocers fire now keeping it at 25 cents for the regu lar package, sufficient for raising 23 pounds of flour. Give it a trial. A Compliment to Dentists. Of all professional men, dentists should be the neatest, and as a class they are. Those who require a crateful. refrKhini7 delightful aroma, while working about the urgan or smell, should wet their hands in ir. rnce s i'loral Kiehes. Its fragrance is not only as pleasant as can be imagin- u, um ucmueuiy stimulating. That the Phonograph can "bottle np" the voice and pass it down to future ages is indeed a wonder, but is not the restora tion of a lost voice mors wonderful ? And yet Dr. Pieroe's Golden Medical Discovery speedily restores a lost voice, cures hoarse ness, sore throat, bronchitis, and con sumption. Many ministers who had aban doned the pulpit, by reason of sore throat and general debility, have, by the nse of the Discovery, been restored to perfect health and strength. Sold by druggists. Every Flavor Troe. By a process entirely his own, Dr. Price is enabled to extraet from each of the true select fruits and arcmatics, all of its characteristic flavor, and place in the market a class of Flavoring of rare excel lence. We know Dr. Price's True Flavor ing Extracts will give perfect eaitfastioc. the in the will a niUABORarcii. omo. THURSDAY, - - - JUNE 12, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. inch $o w 1 !DCb 1 oo ) on t 00 . I so . 4 00 e no 7 oo 8 oo 1 00 t oo t 7ft! 4 7Sl 6 50 7 00 5 no 10 (Ml 4 w. s m. 3 m. 6 m.l 1 j't 1 S.v 1 76 1 60 8.-. tOO 8 f0 I 60 6 00 t m!;0 00 4 00 . 6 SO 7 00 t O0H6O0 s sol t oo t oo iioonoo SO' 8 60 10 60! 14 OOlSS 00 8 oo.ioooooiieoo'ifioo 10 00 IS 60ll6O0 CO 00130 00 11 en iBooiifioolssoo 4000 S inehe 1 Inches 4 iuchea.. 6 inches.. X col H - hi col 1 col 10OOI17 OOlSO to 80 0036 00 ,60 00180 00 li 00114 00' 17 SO 20 00.33 00 Ml vt The above scale of prices is for ordinary slni;li columL display advert Mug. Solid Legal, Official and Tabular advertisements will be charged at the legal rate for space occupied. Rnle and Figure work 60 per cent, extra. fcpBciAL Notices, advertisements In other than single column measure, and those in a prescribed location, 15 per cent additional. Local Notices 10 cents per line for first, an 3 cents per line for each additional insertion. Caeds in Co sin ess Directory One inch, 1 year $10: 6 mouths, $6; 3 months, t3. One-half inch J year, $5 00; I mos. $3; S mos, $2. Obituabt Notices (other than simple announce ments of deaths,) Tributes of Respect, Cards of Thanks, and announcements by Societies A cent per line. Notices of Marriages, Births and Deaths when furnished by proper authority free. Attachment, Divorce, Artmintstrstors'and Execu tors' Notices. must be paid tor before insertion a aieo Foreign and Transient Adverting ccner SPECIAIi NOTICES. H" The entrance to the new Editorial Room o the Newb is on Msin street, one door west of Glas cock, Qninn A Co.'s hardware store, by the stair way leading to Dr. Ross's office. IF" Extra copies of the News can be fonnd ev ery week at George Bowers' News Depot, and also st this office. Price 5 cents. W Correspondence solicited from all parts of the county. Send os the fartt in few words, and we will put them in shape for publication. Th writer's real name must be given in all cases, as a guaranty of good faith. The News having a much larger circulation is Highland county than any other paper, and among the best class of readers, is the best advertising medium. Business men will please note thi fact, and act accordingly. Arrival and Iepartare of Mails. R. R. mails arrive dally except Sunday, at 9.46 a. m. and 6.44 p. m. Depart daily except tienday. si a. m. sra i.ou p. m. N. ft. Kail road mails close 30 minutes before departure of trains. Ripley mail, for Newmarket, Sngartree Ridge, mourvtown. wcw corwiu. hmerald. &c. arrives Tuewday, Thursday and Saturday, at T p. m. De parts Moodav, Wednesday and Friday at 7 a. m. Eastern mail, for Drillaa, Kainshoro, New Pe tersburg, Greenfield, Bainhridpe, 1'ainl, Sinking opnnps, Marsnan, norm imon, t-armei, c, ar rivals luesday, I ho red ay and baturday, at 7 p. m Departs same days at I a. m. Fayettevilte mail, for Nevin, Pricetown, Hollow- town, Buford, Sicily, Ac, arrives Wednesday and rnnav at 0 p. m. Departs sam days at 7 a. m. Belfast mail, for Berryville. Ballast, Mar Hill Lovett's. Ac, arrives Tuesday and Friday at 110 a. m. Departs same davs at JS.Wip. m. 8ft bin a mail, for gamanrha. Highland, Memphis, netiua, xc, arrives I uesnay ana rriosy si o p. m Departs Wednesday and Saturdav at 7. 4$ a. ra. J.M. BARKERS, P. M. Facts for Business Men. If 700 have something to sell that othera want. yon can find no better medium of information to the public than a live newspaper. To give the widest pnblicitj to this information most economically; yon can find no agent SO CAPABLE, SO INTELLIGENT, SO TKLSTW'ORTHr, And of such nntiring perseverance, as a good Newspaper. The columns of the Nbws are read weekly by NEARLY TEN THOUSAND READERS. Jt has now a larger circulation than at any for mer period, and W MUCH LARGER T1IAN THAT OF AST OTHER PAPER PUBLISHED IN HIGHLAND COUNTY. For proof of thia fact, we refer parties in terested to the Fostmaeter at Hillsboro, through whose office all the issues of the Hillsboro papers are ecnt to the various post-offices in and out of the county. Advertising terms reasonable. Sample copies and terms of Advertising sent free on application by mail. Hillsboro, May, 1879. The Greenback Convention refused to coalesce with the Democrats last week, and nnminated Gen. A. S. Piatt for Governor. The Democratic State Convention, held at Columbus last week, nomin ated Gen. Thos. Ewing for Govern or, ana (jen. liice for .Lieutenant Governor. On the first ballot Rice had 237, Bishop 207, Ewing 160. "Uncle Dick," seeing that his game was np, transferred his forces to Ewing on the second ballot, which gave him the nomination, by a large majority. Rice was then nominated for Lieutenant-Governor by accla mation. It is said that three-fourths of the new U. S. 4 per cent bonds have been bought for permanent holding by various institutions, and that they will not appear in the market any price. The i per cent bonds are now actually selling at a premi nm of 3 per cent. ! That is, every $100 bond is worth $103.50, besides the interest. The New Lexington Tribune of last week has the following : J. N. Free has at length dropped his philosophy and turned his atten tion the discussion of a subject that may be productive of some good. The Oakland (Illinois) Herald of a late date, says that J. N. delivered the most eloquent temperance speech that has been made in that place during the Murphy movement. There is a tribe of bastard Demo-1 cratic editors who are wonderfully 1 worried concerning the brave and patriotic utterances which distinguish Okolona (Miss.) Southern States, and which have given it a prominence and notoriety only to be attained by virtue of superior courage and abili ty. Win. Hubbard, recently Demo cratic candidate for Secretarv of State in Ohio. Ashamed of Themselves. The news from Washington indicates that the Democrats are preparing for a back down from their position on the ap propriation bills. If they did not in tend to fight it out they ought to have made a backdown before they commenced. TJtere are more Dem ocratic fooh in Uo?iffress to tie square foot than in any other jlace the country f and this is saying a good deal. Ohio Statesman,(Dem.) it she a she a on der W. He and ng Fair the last our last not seen and The and Next by R. The Sængerfest. The 21st National Saengerfest of German National Saengerbund be held in Cincinnati this week, commencing on Wednesday, June 10th, and closing with a grand pic nic Sunday, at Inwood Park A grand orchestra of 250 musicans and grand chorus of 2000 voices will participate. call Song, was in of to failed The Home Correspondence. GREENFIELD. That Odd Fellows' parade was line. Ed. PearHon wants to be Treasurer. H. L. Metk wants to be Prosecuting Attorney. Miss Ida Crawford is visiting in Steu benville. Ohio. Mr. Wm. H. Davis, of Chillicothe, spent Sunday in this plaoe. James Blain (not of Maine) wants to be Infirmary Directory. James P. 8mitli wants to be Sheriff. Ditto Jacob Grim. Ditto John Caldwell. All this week there will be half-fare over the M. & C. to Cincinnati and return. Harry D. Waddcll, of Delaware College, and Mr. John Sellers, of Granville, are at home; The public schools have closed until September. The "email boys" are ripe for a circus now. Mr. Joe. Ileidingsfeld has been heard from. He is now safe in his old home and birth-place, Germany. There are $25,000 worth of U. S. Bonds held inside the limits of this place, which are exempt from taxation. Mr. Frank B. Hndaon, now of Spring field, dropped down Thursday to take in the celebration and see the boys. Miss Carrie Allen gave a delightful par ty last week, in honor of Miss Payne, of Hamden, who is visiting her at this place. There are 351 dogs in this corporation. This is about 350 more than are of any use. They should have their tails cut off, close behind the ears. About SO persons went from here to the colored camp meeting at Chillicothe Sunday. The special which went through at 'h 39, was loaded down. The dance given in Bell's Hall Thursday evening was one of the best attended that has yet been given. Hunter's band, of Chillicothe, did the music City Hall was well crowded on Tuesday evening of last week, to witness the exhibi tion given by the younger members of our schools. The little folks, numbering over ninety, did exceedingly well. After viewing the vast crowd which was out last Friday evening, we have come to the conclusion that City Hall is too small for a free show. Perhaps we have made an observation similar to this before. The tax collector for this corporation reports 43 mules in this place. Can any one guess or reduce to a mathematical quantity the lifting power of those 43 mules, particularly when their tails aro twisted ? Application has been made in Court for the sale of the S. J. & J Ry.on June 10th So far as can be learned, we can see no reason for the stockholders to become alarm ed. It is nothing but a scheme of the Springfield ring. And we know two or three others who want some office, but have not yet settled on w hich it shall be. Perhaps all the can didates for the different county offices will be furnished by this township, judging by me way tney are turning out. tile the procession was passing along .Mam street last Ihursday, we overheard oue young lady remark that "that drum major was a sweet lump of personified sweetness, hid under a pile of rotten straw. We are glad that we are not a drum major. 1 here were SOa gallons of sorghum mo lasses made last yeas near Greenfield, wnicn accounts for tneir being "so many sweet girla here." This item will no doubt be a surprise to those young bloods from tiiiisDoro wnose hearts were "maehed by said girls while here last Thursday. Mr. Jud. Smart was chosen delea-ate to the Democratic Convention which met in Columbus last week, but as other duties compelled his absence, his alternate, Joe Mmpson, had to serve. Jud. thus escapes the charge of helping to nominate Ewing, wno is sure to be deleated. Cedar Grove Lodge, F. and A. M.. has elected the following officers for the ensu ing yean n. X. Uay, VY. M.; C. K, Patter son, S. W.; W. W. Kains, J. W.; W. II. Hackley, Treas.; U D. Wood, Sec; G. W. Hill, S. D- G. W. Bell, J. D.; L Dillon. Chaplain; Frank Johnson, Tyler; S. Parker and i. Ltordon, stewards Owing to a severe attack of rheumatism. Hon. H. L. Dickey has been compelled to relinquish his duties at Washington, and try the curative effects of the HotSorinos. in irgmia. Jiis wile accompanied him. On all political points, that is, those of a strict party nature, he has paired with .Hon. Mr. Cowgill. .Republican, of Indiana. J. he death oi Jvlr. Alex. Wilson, last week, has occasioned a vacancy in the board of Township Trustees. This vacancy is now nllea by the appointment of Mr. Allen Caldwell, a gentleman fully compe- tant to discharge the duties of the office. In the dejith of Mr. Wilson the people have lost a valVable officer, and the .Republican party a "stalwart." ill. Horace Stewart, a well known colored man, living near this place, at his brother's, was found dead in his bed last Friday morning. All day Thursday he had been in his usual health seeminelv. and had worked hard. The cause of his death is not known, as no post mortem examination was held. He was buried Sunday. Age 45 years. Last Saturday morning a fellow; who gave his name as Jim Snarlor, was found on the M. & C. track, talking and acting as if he was a victim of mania a potu, or to make it plainer, as il "be had 'em." It took six strong men to hold him and get him into the calaboose, where they sat on mm until Dr. frank Wilson had given mm an opiate. Sunday morning he was considerably better and ready for another "slug." ior a number of years past it has been the habit of some of our town politicians on election days, to go to some doubtful voter and oner to loan him a dollar or more, with the understanding he could pay when he pleased, if he only voted for so and so. But the law which has recently passed the Legislature, puts a stop on this kind of work. Hie law was published in full in last week's News. Get a copy and read it carefully. Now, what are you fel lows going to do about this? A finely developed colored damsel, who gave her name as Hanneford. and hailed from Bainbridgc, gave considerable annoy ance as well as amusement, to the druggists and doctors last week. She wanted strych nine, but would not answer the usual ques tions in a satisfactory manner, consequently could not get it. she evidently was in delicate condition, and this, together with her actions and persistency, made it plain wanted "to make a die of it." She should be under the care of her family or mends, if she has any. The News, a few weeks since, contained notice in this column, in regard to the mangling of the right foot of a small boy named Allen, in attempting to climb up a heavy field roller, while in motion. little sufferer withstood the agony for some days, but gangrene set in, and in or to save the boy's life, his foot, ju6t above the ankle, was amputated by Drs. H. and Frank Wilson and I. N. Smith. was put under the influence of ether. when he awoke it was to find himself minus a foot. At last accounts he wag do- well. The pigeon shooting match, held on the grounds on Tuesday afternoon of last week, was Well attended, and the sport quite interesting to those who enjoy the wanton destruction and naming of inno cent birds. The following is the score: Killed. Missed. Barger - 16 9 Rader 18 7 Russell -10 15 Hope 1 4 As will be seen, the match was won by Barger and Rader, of Waverlv. Prize flOO. There was alo a sweep-stakes shooting match in the afternoon, between Hope, Rader, Ilirn, Crothers and Barger; first three took first money, and the two second. One of the richest musical treats that citizens have had the pleasure of en joying was the concert given in City Hall Thursday evening by the 13th Regi ment Band, of Hillsboro. The Hall was so well filled as we should like to have it, nevertheless the turnout was good, those that attended do not regret it. progamme throughout was good, and rendered with excellent effect. The over ture, "L Fpoir de 1' Alsace," was fine, was fully appreciated by the audience. came the trombone (vulgarly called the boys, "wind-pumper") solo by Mr. E. Harwood, which did not fail to please. That "Red Hot Musical Jambo was delightful to those who are deaf, was too loud for comfort. Neverthe less it was what musical individuals would harmony and all that. The Flower by Messrs. DeBruin and Doggett, about one oi tne nest mings. ine Fantaaia for Flute was not rendered, but its place was a neat little vocal duet by Messrs. Nelson and Garrett. The "Chimes Normandy" was delightful. But it is needless for us to wade through and com ment on the entire programme. Suffice it say that it was a success, and those who to be present missed something good. Band, while here, gained golden cpin- -nterpretation or has for of and and and ty the of ions. There is the utmost harmony and no discords. The 13th Regiment can well afford to feel proud of their Band. Contrary to the general expectation, the Climax's "scooped" the Chilicuthe's last Thursday. And right here we would sug gest to the new club, that they must not expect to win on the laurels of the old Climax, whose name they have adopted. If they win it must be done by hard work. The following is the score of the game: CLIMAX. Squires Blackburn.... Anderson Boyd, E...... Deaver Boyd Mount Riackstone.... SRXlon-..... 4 6 1 3 2 5 1 , 4 1 4 1 5 3 4 1 4 1 4 27 ANCIENT CITY'S. R. O. Kroft, c - 1 2 Thompson, p 1 4 Pinto, ss 2 3 Tavlor, a 2 3 Stallman d 0 3 Miles, 1 f 1 3 Seavers, cf 2 3 Thompson, rf 2 3 Relinger- 1 3 12 27 UNION SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT. The eighth Annual Commencement of the Union School was held in City Hall last Friday evening. The Hall was most beautifully decorated with flowers. We have never seen it packed so completely. The lower floor has a seating capacity of 500. Every seat was filled, and only stand ing room in the aisles. The gallery was also crowded. Altogether, there could not have been less than 800 persons present. The exercises began promptly at 8 o'clock After a short address from Superintendent Samuel Major, and music, the first speak- cr, mr. VTiisuu xrice, was iiurouticeu. 1119 BUDieci was Astronomy, and no doubt was the product of much research The address of Miss Hattie Kingman, "Silent Powers," was a happy effort and received the applause that it so well mer ited. She was followed by Miss Flora Laughlin, on "Earth's Last Day," which sunject sue handled well. Miss jjizzie Wilson came last, with "Sub Rosa," which was a beautiful essay, and delivered in good style. The presentation of the diplomas by Miss Laura McGarraugh, assistant super intendent, was accompanied by one of the finest addresses we have ever heard deliv ered on any similar occasion. It was a marvel of elocution, logic, thought and good advice to the class, who have just fairly commenced their journey down life's fretful stream. After a short address from Prof. Major, and tiie benediction by Rev. Thos. Collett, the evening's enter tainment came to a close. Hie people feel tlianklul to Hunter s band of Lhillicothe for their excellent music on the occasion. GIBSON. NEW BOSTON. Farmers very busy, some plowing corn, winie others are replanting. Some have planted the third time. Corn that is np seems to be doing well. Wheat doing well, and it seems as if farmers are going to have an early, as well as an abundant, harvest. Fruit will be somewhat scarce. A meeting of the Women's Foreign Mis sionary Society was held here Sunday, May 25th, and was ably addressed by Mrs. Pickering, of Hfllsboro. Mrs. Loyd.of the Hillsboro female College, also made a lew pointed remarks. xvev. J. li. iavis orgamred on the same day, a Sabbath School Missionary Society, with u. w. Miuigan as 'resident. temperance meetings are being held in other parts of the county, and why is it that th ib point has gone back on them 7 Dr. Behymer has moved into his new house, and is as happy as a "big sun-flow er. The season of "hand-shaking" has again arrived. We were at Greenfield at the I. O. O. F. Picnic, and feel safe in saying that we saw more electioneering done there that day than was ever done there before in one day. Among the candidates e saw Mr. Jacob Grim, who will be before the Conven tion. Mr. G. wishes to be Sheriff, and we would like to see him occupy that position. as he is a "jolly old bdy." Quarterly meeting of the M. E. church was held here Saturday and Sunday, June 7th and 8th. Hog cholera still raging in some locali ties. We learn that Mr. Allen West has lost quite a number of hogs. New Boston School prosperous: aver age attendance about 70. K. O. PRICETOWN. vegetation The recent fine rains revived greatly. On Sunday, May 2oth, we had the pleas ure of hearing a fine sermon from Elder W. D. Moore, of New Vienna. His meetings continued to the 30th, when the discus sion between the Elder and Key. J. B. Farris, on the Resurrection, took place, as heretofore announced. Discussion lasted two davs, both parties acquittine them selves well, and the kind Christian spirit which pervaded the whole affair is worthy of all commendation, and is a mark of progress. Elder Moore is trying to get up a select school either here or at Buford, and those who are preparing for teaching should avail themselves of this opportuni ty to secure bis services. Rev. Elihu Moore preached an able ser mon on Sunday morning, June 1st, and in the afternoon brother Crispin, of Green field, delivered his popular Temperance lecture, "How? When? Why?" The weath er being rainy, the attendance was not very large, but very respectable. Brother C. should be encournged by the Temper auce people everywhere. Mr. Wm. Smith was thrown from his horse on the b'th inst.. and severely in jured, but under judicious treatment it is nopeo lie wilt recover. heat will be short. Oats the same though the late rains will help them out ivepublicans are pleased with tlusir Mate ticket and are confident of victorv The Greenbackers will not be swallowed by iug, nor uie soldiers by Kice, while m ON THE WING. I Ihe London Quabteblt Eetikw for April, opens with an interesting article on "The Speaker's Commentary on the Old Testament" The subjects chiefly consid ered are the doctrine of a future Btate, the of the leading miraculous narratives, and the inspiration and author ity of the Old Testament. "urugacus History or ,gypi" gives some very valuable information on the progress of Hieroglyphic and Cuneiform Interpretation, and the light thereby thrown on early Egyptian history, especial ly in its connection with the narratives in Genesis and Exodus. The other articles are, "Michael Angolo and his Age;" "Agrarian Distress and Discontent in India;" "I'ym and Shaftes bury: two Popish Plots;" "Secret Cor respondence of Louis XV. ;" "Early Eng lish History: 'Trofs. Stubbsand Bright;" "Lord Carnarvon's Agamemnon and Gen eral Schomberg's Odyssey;" "The South Afjrhan Problem." The periodicals reprinted by the Leon- ab.d Scott Pcblishino Co- (41 Barclay Street N. Y.) are as follows : The London Quarterly, Edinburgh, Westminster, and British Quarterly lieviewa, aud Blackwood s Magazine. Price, Jfi a year for any one, only 15 for all, and the postage is pre paid by the Publishers. The National Complaint. Dyspepsia complaint. ¬ most every other man or woman you meet it, and the result is that the number of pseudo-remedies for it is as numerous as Egyptian Pharaoh's host. They are the most part worthless. There is, however, a searching eradicant of this dis tressing and obdurate malady, one whose genuine merits long since raised it to a foremost place among the staple medicines America. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters extirpates dyspepsia with greater certainty promptitude than any known remedy, is a most genial invigorant, appetizer aid to secretion. These are not emp assertions, as thonsands of onr country men and women who have experienced its effects are aware, but are backed up by ir refragable proofs repeatedly laid before public The Bitters also promote a regular habit of the body aud give a healthy stimulus to the urinary organs. ji,54 Persons of sedentary pursuits are pre disposed to Constipation : such i-hould al ways use Dr. Bull's Baltimore Pills, whit h insure safety against Constipation and all ill disastrous consequences. gHEELFFS SAXE. REAL ESTATE. William Scott vs. A.T. Cooket 1. i in the Conrt of Com . icon Pleaa of High laud Cooaty, O. Notice Is hereby given, that the nnderelgned. Sheriff of fcfirhland Coontv, Ohio, bvvirtoe of an Order of Sale iMued oat of s&id Court in the ahove entitled cause, acd to him directed as Sheriff of aid county, will, at tb.3 dour of the Court ilouw id xiuisooro, OB Saturday, July 12, A. D. 1879, at 1 o'clock P. M. offer for sale at unbllc auction the following real estate, situated In the county of Highland, in the State of Ohio, and in the town of niusoomnn, and bounded and described as fol lows : Beinp the undivided one-half of that por tion of the west part of original In-Lot la said town, numbered nineteen (111), fronting about forty-two (42) feet and five (5) inches on Main Street, and running: at riht-anles with said s-reet, same width, one humlred aud niuety-eight (lu:i) feel to an alley, the front line of the premises hereia conveyed, running from the northwest cor ner of said lot eastwarilly along; Miin Street to the outer edtre of the norlhest comer of the present wall of the old Ellicntt lloue brkk building, and too east line running aoulu so as Ui iuciudu the east wali of said buildingj. Appraised at -4.7UO. Terms of S-ale Cah. Uiven under my hand at Hilkboro, Ohio, this 9th day of June, A. 1). W. C. KB WELL, Sheriff. Cynra Newbt, Attorney. iinr-5 gHERIFFS SALE. Personal Property. Notice Is hereby (riven, that the nndersi-rt.ed. Sheriff of the county of Highland, will, by virtue of an Execution issued by the Court of Common Pleas of said couuty. in favor of tjlascock, yuinn A Co., and against John 8. Wright, and to him directed, at one o'clock P. M. on Friday, Junt 27, A. D. 1879, at Kramer Shack's Stables, In the town of Hillsboro, Highland County, Ohio, otter for sale at public auction the following described chattel property, to-wit : The celebrated Hambletonian Statliou, IDLEWILD. Idlewild Is a beautiful bar. 15 hands 2v Inches high, and shows superior trotting action. Coming as ne does ol tue best family of trotters in the world, he should prove a valuable cross for the road stock ot Southern Ohio. FEDIORZE. Idlewild, bred by Irs H. Coleman, I ate View Stock farm, Senecn Co-., N. Y.. sired by Seueca Chief; dam, Lady t-kiiton, by Lexington; d dam by Imp. (jiencoe; Seneca Chief by Kysityk'a Ham bietonian; dam, Lady Jordan, by Laytourett's young Belfounder; he by Laytourett's eld Bel founder; Lady Jordan's dam by Waldon Messen ger, he by Wildair, he by Imported Messenger. Laytoureti's old tielfnuoder's dam was of Alcssen ger blood; id dam by Imported Messenger. Kysdyk's Hambletoniaa, fired by Abdullah dam, the diaries Kent mare, by Imported Bel founder; grand-dam. Old One-Eye, by Bishop Hambletonian; great-crand-dam, silvcrtail, by Imported Messenger. Abdallah, sired by Mambrino; dam, AmazoDfan by a son of Imported Messenger. ' Mambrino, by Imported Messenger; dam by Im ported Saurkraut; grand-dam by lmporlek Whirli gig, out of old Slatnmerkin, by Imported Wildair, out of Imported Cub mare. Bishop Hanihletenian, by Messenger; dam, PheAaaot, by Imported Shark; graud-iuun by Im ported Medley. Takeu on aid execution as the property of the said John S. Wright. Terms of Sale A credit of three months will be given, the purchaser to give note with approved gn.iovuiu BUuiliy. W. C. NEWELL, Sheriff. gHERIFFS SALE. REAL ESTATE. ORDER OF 6ALE. Thos. B. Gaddis ) In the Court of Common v- rle.-is of Highland Co. aiicnaei snadracK el ai. I Ohio. Notice Is hereby (riven, that the undetKi-rned. Sheriff of Ilis-hland Crantr, Ohio, hy virtue of an Order of Sale ixaucd ont of naid Court in the above entitled cause, aud to him directed aa Sheriff of said county, win, at uie door of the Court House in milaooro, on Saturday, July 12, A. D. 1879, at one o'clock P. M. of said day, offer for sale st Pudiic auction tne toiiown ir lands and t nerneuts, to-wit: situate on the waters of the East Fork of the Little Miami Kivcr in IhHlaou township. High land county, Ohio, bepinnin'- in the center of said creek aud northwest corner to the lands of Tavner LAymon; tnenevwim said Jtymon's line and a line of the lands of Thomas Ditly, 8. 3 degrees W. -ruicrs mj a -tune, corner 10 SB1U I'lliy, passini I pSeffiff; ff mg and Ditty; thence N. 87 decrees W. and with an other of said Ditty's hncs 83J poles to a atone, corner to said Ditty and the lands of the heirs of (ireenbury Jlurphv; thence N. 3 di irrees K. and with a hue of the said Murphy li 4 poles to a siune, corner to tne lands ot tnc neirs of said Murphy; thence N. M dezrees W. 8 poles to a bnckeje; thence N. 6 desrees W. 7 Doles to the center of said creek; ihtnee np said creek and with Hie meandetiues and center thereof to the beplnninR conlaiuir ninety-live (US) acres of land, be the same more or less, Scing part of J. Appraised at fj.wso Oi.. Ternia of Saie Cjeh on day of snip. . W.C. NEvCELT,. PlK-riff Ilif-Mand County, O. Jmo. Torrih, Attorney. Jane 9, 1SJ9. jnn!2w5 Real Estate Appraisers. Notice la hereby eiven. that the Commissioners of Highland County, Ohio, at their Juue Session, in accoraance wnn tne 1st ftecllon ot chapter i. Title IS. Pace 4f9. O. L.. Vol. 75. divided the county into Keul .stute Appraisement Districts, as luiiuwa, viz; Liberty Tp., in-lndins jlillshoro First District Kew Market Tp ..Second District rairfleld lp., including Leesbunr and Lexington Third District Brushereek Tp., lncludm- buikine Snrinca Fourth District Paint Tp., including New 1'eters- buri Fifth District I nlou Tp Sixth District Madison To., luclud'g UreenBeld, Seventh District Concord Td Eirrhth District Jackson Tp . Ninth District Salem Tp Tenth District Vhltooak Tp Eleventh District Dodson To., including Lvnchbnre.Twelfth District Clay Tp Thirteenth District Marshall Ip Fourteenth District HamerTp ......Fifteenth District Washington Tp Sixteenth District renn ip beveuteentli District By order ot the Hoard of Commii-rtonere of ni-miand County. K. M. DsKKLIN. juul2w Auditor Highland Co., O. "vEGETinn." Bays a Boston physician, has no equal as a blood purilier. Hearing of Its many wonderful cures after all other remedies had failed. I Tls lted the Laboratory, slid convinced myself of Its genuine merit. It Is prepared from barks, roots, and herbs, each of which Is highly effect ive, rdu mey are comtionrKiea In sucu a niao uer as to produce astoblsning resulta." VEGETIFJE Is the (reat Blood Fnrtfler. VEGETiUE 9 the worn, case of Scrofula. VEGETirJE VEGETIFJE VEGETIFJE s worst cases of Canker. VEGETIFJE VEGETIFJE 11 cat Salt Rhenm from the VEGETIFJE VEGETIFJE instlpatlon and regulates the 1 VEGETIFJE lahle remedy lor HpadAchft. VEGETIFJE i Dyspepsia. VEGETIFJE VEGETIFJE the cause of Dlxxlness. VEGETirJE Falntneas at the Stomach. VEGETIFJE Ins In the Back-. VEGETIFJE Is recommended by physicians and apotbe- curies. Hm effected some marrelouB cure in cases of cancer. Meets with wonderful success in Mercurial dis eases. . Will eradicate Salt Rhenm from the 1701610. Bemores Pimples ant! Humors from th lac. BT Cures Constipation and regulates tbe bowels. Will cur Dyapepsl; Restore th entire ayatem to a health emcU- Core Pain In th. Bartr Jarectnany cores Kidney Complaint. 4 VEGETIfJE u emxtlv. In lta cur. of Female Weakneffe. VEGETirJE 1 fb. great remedy for General Debility.' VEGETIFJE a Till 2XBT SPRING IffiDICINE. VEGETINE Prepared by H. E. STEVEXS, Boston, Mass. Vesetlne Is Sold by All Druggists, Of h. TEC-A.T MOYERS & COMPANY HAVE HAD SITCH HiiltiiiimniiiiiiiiitiiniiitiiiiiiliiniHtitiiiiiiiiniiiniiniiiiiiiiniiinniiiniiiHiniiinitiitnininiiK ((( GREAT SUCCESS ))) iitniiiuiiiinHiiiiiHiMiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiniiiiiiimnniiMHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiiiii IS BECAUSE THET AEE Selling Good Goods Less Phoney Than an Other House in the County. Give them a call before spending One Dollar FOE CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, AFJD GENTLEMEN'S FURfJISHirJC GOODS! AS THET ARE BOITSD NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD. M. F. CAKKOLL. Carroll & Downham.' MANUFACTURERS OP CAHRIAG-ES, KABTOH W. DOWNHAM, OUT" TIIE LATEST DE BION3. Repairing and Repainting Promptly Executed. ORDERS FOR WORK SOLICITED. All Work Warranted FIRST - CLASS, both ia Material and Wcrinashh. Ptfo-w snops ctiaca. Wareroom: Cor. COURT & SHORT STREETS, Light -Weight Clothing ! SUMMER CLOTHING M ALMOST II ! Men's Cotton Pants, nnlined, good quality, 55c , 70c. Men's Cotton Pants, lined, good quality, 70a, 90c. Men's Plain and Striped Poplin Coats, 35c, 50c' Men's Black, Plain and Striped Al paca Coats, 1.00, 1 25, 2 00. Men's Black, Plain and Striped Mo hair, extra quality, 2.50, 3.25. Boys' Cotton Pante, lined, 45c. and COc. ? 1 1 Boys' Summer Coats, 30c, 4.0c, 75c a'nd 90c. Men's Blue Yacht Cloth Suits, lined and nnlined, 17.00, 11.00, 14 00. Boys' Blue Yacht Cloth Suits, $3.00, 5.00 and 7.00. TTRTTS DUSTERS and ULSTEES, large assortment, 31 00, 1 25, 1 50, 2 00. MEN'S UNDERWEAR: Merino Undershirts, White and Colored, 25c, 50c, 75e. and $1. Jeans Drawers, in all sizes, 25c, COc and 75c I. A. FEIBEL, CLOTr-MER, Hillsboro Woolen ills! CUSTOM WORE A SPECIALTY, And at Prices to Suit the Hard GA HUH Times. FQRJTJ0Q!-! May 2t, 1879. tBy-1ra2 le Mco. STILL el mi Sho AHEAD! SPRING- OF1879. :es The Cheapest an dB EVER SEEN IN niLLSBOHO. InvnEisr's boots shoes From jhe Cheapest Plow Shoos to tho Fine t CHlf Boot both Custom-made aud Ciucimiati manufacture. LADIES', . CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' SHOES IN EVERY STYLE, At Prices Away Down ! CALL AND SEE FOIt YOURSELVES. I3-T0U CAN SAVE FJIQJ aTg ' Having NO H lOIT TtENTS or CLERK-HIKE to pay, lean and will sell CHEATER than those ho have heavier expenses. tr REMEMBER THE PLATE Sign of tiie-Big Boot, HIGH ST., BET. IIAIN & WALNUT. NO. C. RITTENHOUS; May is, 1379. mylsif SATURDAY, MAY 3d, 1879, GRAPJDJDPEI'IIDIG SPRING MILLINERY I MASONIC TEMPLE, HIGH ST., HILLSBORO, 0. niilshoro and snrronnOln? conntrv are cordially invited to call and examtDe onr stock, wbirh era- II t A TCs-'P Vnl'Vl TI ,'U I.. ..ne Mi. a ,,f tr.,U WHS. OKR will attend, a uaual, to all orders for Irimmlu-r Uitt. B.innnt. Hilhtboro, April U, ap2ltf J. K. PICKERING, REAL ESTATE AGENT, Hillsboro, Ohio. Office: Over Haynes & Co.'s Store, Cor. High & Main Sts. Will give special attention to the Buying, Selling, and Renting Real Estate. Careful and prompt attention given to Serve) ing, Conveyancing, &c. jan3"t( FORSALE! FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE for Hillnhoro property or land in H;kjn!and county, an excellent Miil Property in Highland cocniy, with all the modern improvements for manufacturing flour hy t lie new process-onof the best water-powers in the county in a eoori oeitrbborhuod and controll ing' a ffood custom. For s.ile low, or will eiciiauije for other pronertT on fair term. J. K. PICKERING, myltf Real Estate Agent. For Suitor Exrhance for Farm Suhnrban Town Property in Hillsboro 5 7-8 acre, good doum and ontbuildir-er, plenty of fruit, Ac. A very deira- "ir properr v. wiuiwij iow. or exrntnye tor larm iand. Apply to J. Ji. riCKEKJLNU, R. . Agent, fub!3U Aiso, for Sale, on Went Main St., IliHi-horo, a guuu usinepn nwm nnu property coniiKCten. J. K. HCKEKI Vi, Real Estate Agent. Honse ind lot In a country town in FTisrhland counTy. flood two-i-tory frame house with plenty of outhuihiincd. (-rood well and cistern. Hdum coutaina a god prore-rooui, shelved and furnish ed. An excellent location for a conn try etore. Terms easy. J. K. PICKER! Ml, mariiTU Real &tate Agcut. TEXAS LAND FOR SALE. 40 acre of good land in Texns, for sale low ; or for exr MnLTe for property in Higuiand county. A cash difference will be paid on property of greater vaiue than tue lan a. j. n.. I'LL K HKi.Mi, aplTtf Real Estate Agent. DAILY HEAT MARKET srccEs.soR 10 r. zaxe, Hisn Street Two LHwrs South of Smith's Block, Will snpply the public daily with Fresh Beef, Veal, Mutton, Pork, SAUSAGE-MEAT, HAMS, dc, Ot the very best quality, and at price as low as any otber establishment. tTT Stores and families supplied with fresh Bo loyna. . A continuance of the public patronape solicited. Paid for GOOD CATTLE AND HOGS. dec19yl Kramer House. HILLSBOBO, O. Col. A. T. COOK, - Proprietor. Ilavinir lpiifu-d thfo welVknwn Hotel, I would say to the public that ! will ?pre no pain or ex Itupc to make it flrst-claw In eve-y rveytxt, Givs me a en II, H UiMMjro, October 1, 137S. octStf ADVERTISE III TBI Highland News ! Advertiflnij will cam new customer, Advertiffinvr will keen old customer, Adverttt-ni? liberally always pays. Advert Nine makes succefd ea-y. Advertising Iwiri-tB conrtdenc, A'lverficini; ebow enriryf Advertising shows p!u k, A.Iyeriipingmfans 'bi-, Advertise or bust," Advertise louif, Advertise we'd, Advertise Now, ADVERTISE. RING YOlR JOB PRINTING TO THE K Hews Office UmJt-lT WILL FAY YOU TO Lm O so. gHEIHFFS SALE. Joseph Cohn tb. Wesley W. Xilneret ai. ny vinun ui an urucn.i mit-, vpurq in ir anove ft a ted case fn;ui the Court of loumion Pleaa of Highland Couuty, Ohio, and to we ditttUed, 1 will otfur to aale at public auction, at tlx do of tu Court Hnufe in liUlsbvro, Ohio, 41 said county of Highland, on &iturday9 Jane 2S, A. D. IS at two o'clock P. M. of said dnr, the following de- erri bed real estate, sit tint in Higblaud count t aud btate of Ohio, and in the township of Faiiieid, and bounded and desenoed as follows: Beginning at a poet, twelve feet from the end of a puling fence at tbe 000th eod of Bishop's mill- dam; thence 8. degrees E. li lH-loo poles to tbe east gate-post in another paling fenc-c; tbence N. M decrees E. 13 A-K-0 poles to the southeast cor ner of Bishop's mill lot; thence 8. ' $-10 poies to the inner corner ot D. A. Tamil's land; thence with said Terriil's line S. 70 degrees W, 27 poles to a stone in the road, and the line of jSamnel Achor; thence N. 17 degrees W. 1 11-li-O poles to tbe uorfheaHerly corner of Samuel Achor s land; thence N. 70 degrees W. 3Aj-f poles to a stone; thence N. 1 degrees W. 26 poles; thence i. 'it poles (o bishop s line, on the ban It of tue creek; thence with said Bishop's line, following the me andertnes of the south bank of said creek, to tbe beginning, being part cf W arren's Survey No. 3, 4Ui, Conway's emrvey 'o. i',-7, and Sprinter's Survey JSo. iuSl containing about 17 acres, more or ls. Appraised at $lTno.oo. Terms of Sale Cash. W.C. NEWELL, Sheria Highland Countv, O. May !, Wl. myiwS Notice of Appointment. ESTATH OF SAMUEL FA VET, DECEASED. TSa mwM4MiMi hata lwoii tmt In tti4 nit nnsll fled as Admini!tratnx of the estate of minuet Pa rey, late of Highland cooutv, ODio, deceased. MARTHA S. PAVaY, Adm'r of the Esraie of Samuel Pavey, dee. Dated this loth day of May, 1&7. i7iy-'w4 LEGAL N0TICT. LydJa Got!, who resides at Harvard, Clay coun ty, State ot Nebraska; Eiirabeth Keys. Sarah tr neti and Margaret king, who reside in the 8tate of Nebraska, and John Campbell and Lucy Wool lrd, whose places of residence are unknown, will take notice that a petition was tlid against them on the xth day of Apr;l, A. D. 1S79, in tbe Conrt of Common Pleas within and for the coonry of Highland, In the Htate M Ohio, by Philip F. Hans borongn, and is now pending, wherein said Philip F. Hansborough demands partition of the follow ing real estate, to-wlr: Sitnate, lying and being In the township of Fairfield, in the coonty acd State aforesaid, and a part of John Graham's Survey o. and bounded as follows: Bglnutng at a stone in tbe middle point between a biark gum r.d dogwood (dogwood down), the biack gnm It inches in di ameter, bears . 8 degree B. It links, corner to Monroe Bryant's tract of land; ibence witn the line thereof "N. ISdegrees 30 annates W. 14 44-1 "O poles, crossing a branch st 4 . ;mou poles and the Martinsville County Boad (so called) t 179 polea), to a wlhteoak, corner ot Monroe Bryant s said tract; thence with the line thereof N. "1 degrees 45 miuutes E. 4H 4---ton pole to a whiteoaa and black gnm, comer to Bryant's said tract; thence 8. 15 degrees 3uJ minutes S. i7 polea to a stone in said County Road; thence with said road N. 7 degrees :w minutes . 8a 6Mo peies to a stone in said road; thence S. 15 degrees M) min utes E. l-8 S-liMi poles, crossing the branch from Richard Tiraberlake's spring at 2 un poles, the braoth from Jonathan Ellis' spring at 1" poles, and another spring branch at Ift-P-wpoies, to a stone in the line of Mry Skipworth's tract of land; thence with said land 6. 7.1 degrees 4o min utes W. iUs 44-1 poifS to a sugar tree, nortnwest erly comer of Mary Sit pworth's tract and north westerly corner of Thomas Shoemaker's heirs tract of land; theueewith the line thereof S. 74 degree 8 miuutes W. 43 72-luO pole to the begin ning containing ninety acres and two quart-rs of an aTe and thirty-three poles; aud that, after six weeks' pa Mica too of this notice, or as eor-n there after as counsel ran he heard, tne said Pbi p F. Hansborough will aoply for an order thst parti tion may be made of said premises, or U partition cannot be made without manifest is jury, thu then such proceedings may be had ia the premises a are auihohT-d by law. Jjated ttais mil day of April, A. T. l7a. PHILIP F. HASbBOROrOH. By Cmus Nkwbt, his Attorney. niylwT alltovaivv lw W ww 4 Auditor's OrncE, Ross Corwrr, Ohio, Chillicotbe, May 4, lb79. sr p erst r rcruRE, Sealed proposals, with pTans and srr "rations, will be received at this office autil THI RmjAY JUNE 8, lTy, at S o'clock P. M., for the const roc tioQ ot a bridge of one span 1H) feet in the clear, of single roadway of 16 feet in the clear, over Paint Creek, near Lnnbock's Ford, on the line be tween Rose and Highland eountie. Propoeaia will be received on the following plans : The Open Iron Bridge. The Combination Bridge. ABUTMENTS, Proposals for the construction of two abntments for said Bridge of the following dimensions, to wit : Top face, 2u feel long by K- feet thick, 1 feet high, stepped wiLg walls to be hi feet at baae, will be teceived at tbe same time and place. A bond satisfactory to the Commissioners will be required of the bidder or bidders, to whom tbe contract or contracts may be awarded. The Board reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Remonstrance against the proposed improre ment will be heard on the same day at 12 M. By order of ihe Coauunwioners o Roe and Highland Counties. F. J. ESKER. AaditorKoewCo O. mv -yw4 Public Sale! The nndersigned will offer for sale at pnbtfc auction, at the la'e reside, ee of Samuel Pavey, deceased, in Fairfield townsnip, RigDiacd count, Ohio, on jtk.uax, J Uft rw, j.. v. 10. th following property, to-wit : hixteen head ot -y ear-old ate rs, Oue !ot of ?-yttar-old ateers, lne lot of Yearling, Milch-Cows, Cows and Calyes, Heifers, One fine Stallion. Work Horses, Mare and Colts, Oae hundred and seventy-four head of Sheep, One lot of Hogs, one rtne Boar, One iot of Sows and Pigs, One pair of Stock scales, MwiJii-j Machines. ALSO. A great rariety of Farm Implements; How, Cultivators, lriiis, tic. Household and Kitchen rarnitnre, and a variety 01 articies too numerous to mention. S ue to begin at o clerk A. M. TEKM3 On all sums of f t and under, cash. On all sums over a credit of nine months will be given, purchaser gii? note with at least two suf ficient sureties, no property to be removed antil terms of sale have been c nip lied with. MAUiHA S. PA VET, Administratrix of Samuel Pavey, dec PROVERBS. The Richest Blood, Sweet eat Breath and Fairet Skin in Hn Bitter." "A litric Hop B.utir aave hi? doctor bin and Jon? sicknetw, "That invalid wife, mother, pilfer or child can be mxde the pfctnre of health with Hop Eiiierw." "When worn down atKl reir to taac jour bed. Hop Bitter iP what yon neei!. Mi-on't phv-ttc and pbysift. for it weaken anil destroy, fit take Hop B ttera, that buiid up continually." "Ph viriiD? of all ehoo!a oae and recommend Hop Bitter. Tent lurm." "Health ia beaury aud, joy Hop Bitters given hcal'h and beamy." "Tbere are more cu-e made with Hop Bitter than all other medicine.' "When tbe braiu in wearied, the nerve nn- etrnny, the mntvJe wwlt, Of-e H p Birters ' I hat low, nervous tever, want oi Bleep and weakness, calls for Hop Bi tiers " hop corn it ctue axi r.ux RELIEF IS PLEAS AST, SURE ASD CHEAP. Tor sale by all drni-glEts. cue, (Mill RT CLARKE & CO ! Give m-f i-ti 4tt-n- tn wil OitDCKS frtr hook an.l Statioury. Th1r CutaioiTT" rtd Wontbiy Bulb-tin of twwks will ne fwmi yerv eonvenni in ftwm hnik to nun-ha.--. erwriailv to iroo livluc ai a diiUUice from large bookstore. VALUABLE CATALOGUES. Tks following mrt int as tto renjx Ur-it Stmmp Mcv Arrteultnrsj.- Ho rt lea I tare, Tlortealtnre, Stork, Truit, elr. ArrhJtcture. 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Medical. riawi(let t -o(ri of Amertrun and Britttti MM leal and Snnrteat Book. frlnMr Transactlon8,etc. 44 l-nvT. iimo. i'rlce, i.'.reiil.-, Ltttwrn MHrvtry mH urtlk prvmnt rtriaa, BOBBT rr.AFXK A CO., ruijUsaVsr-taud lWwi-iler. jaulyl WORDS OF WISDOM BUSINESS HEN. Freqnent and constant advertising bronht me all 1 own. A. T. Stewart. Sncces depends nr.n a libera patron aire of print me orncee. J. J. Asma. The mad to fortune is thronuh nrintera' ink. P. T. Ba rn ii. How can the world know a man has rood thir unless he advtrtiae poMwiou ot it ? Coa- NELiCS VlNDEHIIl.T. H. M. PFTTINOtT.I, and Co.. 1 "fr-et. Boston, !V7 Park Hic, ew Yort, snd 7'H t'hertout Stn--et, Ptiiladelphta, rw authorised Ac tw pr eunnR advertisements for the Newa in th alvw Hies, and authoriitd to contract for adveriifdug at ur lowest nuaa.