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I,Slt On Thursday vcniug,12th inst., between Pr. Spots' residuiios mid Speea and liar rere'e Drag More, IlilUboro, 0., pair of gold None Glauses. Any person returning them to Dr. Specs or Carlisle Barrere, will lie liberally rewarded. jul'.iwl - Fonnd. Friday night last, on the N. E. corner of the College grounds, a Child's Silver Cnp, with initial "F. M. W. 1ST.-.." The find er will pi esse return to the College, and re ceive reward, jul'.iwl IXeiuoval. I desire to rail the attention of all u.y patron to the f&ct that I am tow located over I. A. Ffcibe'.'a store, No. 3 Stranna Iilock, Main St., and that I am now pre pared to do CuttiUfT, Tatting, and Biess Making, in all of the latest atvles. Very respectfully, M. C. FUIitiUSON. For Sale Valuable ISeidenre In New BoKton, milus east of Ilillsboro, well adapted for a Physician's, atand. Will bo Hold cheap. For particulars apply to or addrww Dr. C. 0. 1IIXS0N, jaStf Hillhoro, O. iti ' Auoiher Depnrlure. AMEN, GF.EGQ 4. Co. deliver goods in all parU of the city, free of charge, in large or ainall qaantltiei. Orders given to the driver will receive prompt attention, ju.'tf loneT To Loau I On long time and at low rates, on first mortgage securities. J. K. PICKERIXa, Agent, U. S. Home and Dower Association. Office over Asa Hayncs 4 Co.'s Store, IlilLsboro, Ohio. ju5w8 . Ireucrlpllou Carefully . Con:pounJed at QUIXN'8. my22tf Drags, Paints, Oil, and Dre-StuSs, at QUIXK'S. my22tf Toilet and Faiey Articles at QCINN'S. , my22iX mm The Best Seeot Clr at QCIXK'S. my22tf Pure Lard and Fish Oil, at QCINN'S. my22tf ti To Billon and Ague Sufferers. "When your Liver is Torpid, And Stomach feels bad, Go to your drnpeist, For Sanford's New Fad." TAKE HO OTHEU. Kt ADVBBTlSEJrENT.j maylyl SEYUEUT A CO.'S WOItSI ron'DEnx. These Fowders have been thoroughly tested for years past, and have been found the best Vermifuge made. They are sweat and easy to take, Larnilofts and bvei diath to Wo mm. Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by SEYBEKT A CO. Druggists, Hillsboro, O. P. S. Those who prefer giving medi erne in the form of a syrup, will find our Medicated. tt orm Syrup a Tory emcient Vermifuge. febGtf ' At Eeklej'a Keat Market Ton will find the best Beef, the best Pork, the best Jersey Sausage, the beat Ken- tacky Corned Beef, the beet Lard. C3" Nothing but good, sound, healthy stock used, at bottom prices. iioti!ttf True Economy. Here we have for our biscuits, cakes etc., Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, which chemists and physicians have decided to be pu,re and healthful, and yet thousands of pounds of adulterated bakiDg powders are used annually, simply because they are cheaper. Consider the health first this is true economy. The Cook ot to Blame. Many Bios delicacies are spoiled by the abominable flavorings lined in them, and penerslir it is attributed to the cook. Now if Dr. Price't J-n Flavorings are used, nice dishes will not be spoiled, as they al ways impart their delicate fresh fruit flavor in whatever they may be ufced. Music Teachers' National Convention. .A National Convention of the Music Twchers of the United States will be held at Hopkins Hall, Cincinns'?, July 1st, 24 and 3d. After the business of each day, there will be a Grand Concert at 8 P. M., the first given by Theodore Thom as's celebrated orchestra, the second a grand Organ Concert, by Prof. AViting, at Music Hall, and the third by Thomas's orchestra. $1 admits to all the business meetings and all three of the concerts. The railroads have agreed to return per sons attending the Convention at 1 cen per mile, provided they bring with them a statement from their local ticket agent that they have paid full fare to Cincin nati. The principal hotels have also agreed to give reduced rates. During the Convention essays will be delivered by Arthus Mees, Cincinnati ; Madame Emma Seller, Philadelphia; A. K. Parson, New York; II. E. Krehbiel, Cincinnati; John S. Van Cleve, Janesville, 'Wisconsin; H. W. Fairbanks, Flint, Michigan. Piano Recit als will be given by the best Cincinnati artists, and by Mr. W. II. Sherwood, of Boston, and Madame Eugenie P.ice, of Chicago, two of the most dutiuguislied Pi anists in the United States. Further particulars may be obtained by addressing K. De Eoode, President of the National Music Teachers' Association, Lexington, Ky. Completion of a Great Work. The completion of the new Acme edi tion of Chambers's Cyclopredia of English Literature will mark an epoch in the ex erience of many lovers of good books. The announcement that they would pub lish a work of such superior excellence, in a form so convenient and so entirely be coming to one of such high merit, at a price only nominal when compared with that of similar books generally, was more than a surprise to reading people. It was generally supposed to be an undertaking impossible of accomplishment, except at great loss of money, and many who knew the. excellent standing of the publishers feared that they had undertaken too much, and would never be able to complete the wor!t. But it seems they knew their ground ; they have not only fulfilled their promise to the public, but by undertaking and ac complishing something so extraordinary, have attracted the attention of almost the entire reading community, to themselves and their various literary enterprises, and have secured a sale for the work itself be yond precedent in the history of book selling, and so great that it is really re munerative. This mouth, with a view to extending the sale as greatly as possible, they offer to send sample volumes for ex amination, with privilege of immedi ate return if not warted, or of purchasing the remainder if iound satisfactory, as they unquestionably will be by all who ap preciate what is choicest in literature. Prices of sample volumes, postpaid, in pa per, 15 cents; cloth 2o cents; half morocco, gilt top, 8 vol. edition, 60 cents; half mo rocco, gilt top, 4 vol. edition, 75 cents. They also send free on request, to any one, a descriptive catalogue of this and several hundred other standard and valuable pub lications, which they ll at prices far be low Usual rates. American Book Ex change, publishers, 55 Bccknian Btreet, New York. Never promise more than can be done. Dr. Bull's Baltimore Pills have been sno cessfuliy run on this principle. For sale ly all druggists. Trice 25 cts. Local Notices. . IIILXABOUU .II. OHIO. THURSDAY, - JUNE 19, 1879. Campaign News. Single Copy 4 Mos. 40Cts. Clubs of 10, 35 Cts. Each Clubs of 30, 33 I -3c. Each (let up Clubs at once in every township. Subscribers in a Club may be at different iost ollices. Cash must accompany the order. A Card from Rev. W. D. Moore. PER[..]TOWN O., June 15, 1879. Mr. BoxttPMAy Dear Sir: lam sor ry to see in the last issue of the Highland News, some statements in reference to my self, which put me in a .false light before your readers. Some one signing himself On the Wing," and hailing from Price- town, says: "We had the pleasure of hear ing a lino sermon from Elder If. D. Juore, of New Vienna. Hit meetings continued to the 30th, when the discussion between the Elder and Rev. J. B. Farris, on the Resurrection, took place, as heretofore an nounced. " j.uier juvore is trying to get up a select school, &c." (Italics mine.) This represents me as opposed to Mr. J. B. Farris on the subject of the Resurrection." This is false. I had no discussion with Mr. Farris on that or any other subject. I am especially a believer i 1 the doctrine, that there will be "a resur rection of the dead, both of the just and of the unjust," and that the bodies we now have will be the subject of said resurrec tion. This is the second time I have noticed my name used as the opponent of Mr. Far ris. I hope, hence, you will do me the justice to correct, and if hereafter "On the Wing," or anyone else, Bhall get my name in his manuscript in such connection just refuse to publish it. Yours, &C. W. D. MOORE. HIGHLAND COUNTY BOARD OF EXAMINERS. AM1SERS. Examination Questions, June 7, 1879. GRAMMAR. 1. What meant L What is meant by voice? How many voices are there 3 llnv ia , nasalr. Verb fotind? 4. What is said of the mood of two verbs connected by a conjunction? rYtniiittAt thA transitive verbs. UiV, raise, tel. Conjugate the intransitive verbs lie, rw, u. 6. What is the difference between ad parFui anil a (1 irft I CPS? 7. What is a relative pronoun? What is an anteceuent; 8. Correct the following sentences: (t, !sl, m sfraiil to enter in the room (b) Pew men have. friends, who, under all rir(Mnitftftnrra. tlipv Can trust. (c) 'Tis thine to command, mine to obev. (d) Take up what you have not lain rlnwn 9. Write a letter to a merchant, applying lor a suuauou a ujcr, muuug ;vu, j " ideations. 10. Diagram the analysis of the follow ing sentence, then write it out: "Me miseraWo! which wT shall I flyt Infinite wnitb and Infinite despn'r! Which wnj I fly ia Hell; mye! am Hell, And in the lowest deep a lower deep. Still threatening to devour me, opens wide." GEOGRAPHY. 1. What is the Celestial meridian of a place? 2. What proportion of land on the Earth's surface is in the Northern Hemi sphere? 3. hat is Mie mean neigiil ot lana on the globe, where is the greatest elevation and where tlie greatest depression! 4. Name the States of the U. S. through which the isotn parallel 01 lauiuue passes s Wl.at nd where, are. Cuico. Benin Pamlico, Uironde, Lnpata, Bosphorus and Wener? R Tlttifrli wn.it rnnntripH and waters would you pass in a direct line from Ed- inbunr to leheran.' T Where is Siprra TiPone. to what ra tion does it belong, and for what purpose was it established? 8. What do the Barbary States include, and which has the greatest population: 9. How are Earthquakes caused, and where are they most frequent? 10. Describe the deposition of Dew, and . . i. r r . if tell what is meant oy "uew jroini. ORTHOGRAPHY. 1 Pugnacious, 2 Erasure, 3 Sybarite, 4 Cicatrice, 5 Beleaguer, G Macerate, 7 Eviscerate, 8 Testaceous, 9 Hymeneal, 10 ARITHMETIC. 1. Subtract I of 4-7ths of 2 and 4-5ths from 1-3 of 3-5ths of 8 1-5: reduce nmilml.r in a. (W'Tmal. and multi ply the difference between that deci mal and 3.4 by b.l. 2. Required, the average time for the ......nor., nf Ua fnllnwincr hills of Poods. purchased Jan. 1st, 1872: $150, payable Jan. 10th; $300, payable Feb. 10; 4000, payable March 1st; and $1000, payable Ap'ril 15th. 3. At what time between 2 and 8 o'clock, do the hour ana minute nanus oi me .llr rfiint in nnnoHite. directions? 4. If I buy back stock at 17 per cent. ahnvo nir. what rjer cent, ao 1 receive on my investment, if the bank pays a divi dend of 8J per cent, on parvalue? 91 rods a min ute is 5-8 of a mile behind a fox running TL SI . In Iw. . manv milllltPB 4 O TOUh av ullMUbc. -J." now "-"'V "'" " will the hound overtake the fox, and how far will each travel? 6. Add all the prime numbers from 1 to 59 inclusive, and extract the square root r.( tl cum In dip third decimal olace. 7. Assuming the weight of iron 7.8 times as heavy as water, wnat win oe me weigm of llli miles oi telegrapuic wire, x-o iucu 8. Four men are in partnership for one year, and their united capital is $42,000. The hrst man puts in his capital Jan. i, u nnnnA 1 tKn thir Anril 1. and iiic rcvviw . , l" " i i the fourth May 1. At the end of the year thev have all earned an equal sum. nun u'u tlia nitl nf PAh man? 9. In a triangular field of corn, which commences at one of the angles with a single bill, and with three hills in the row next to it. there are 41 rows. How many hills are there in the field? 10. If a bicycle race is on a circular i.nnt llMlvttrda in difimMpr. and the outer wheel is 6 feet high, while the in ner one runs 8 feet nearer the center, but both make the same numoer oi revolutions ingoing once round the ring, how high is the smaller bicycle wheel? Ans. 5.G8 feet. NEW BOSTON. The late rains are bringing out the corn very rapidly, and at present it seems to be making up lor lost nine. A vnnnir man bv the name of George of Hardin's Creek, while visiting a friend a short distance north oi this place, a tew evenings since, had his horse taken from the Btable. It was found the next day in Mr. John McNicol's stable, taken there by some mischievous boys, no doubt. Rath er a low trick. This is the second time he has been "played off" on. The 3d Qua'rterly Meeting of the M. E. church was held at this place Saturday and Sundav, June 7th and 8th. Presiding Elder Bail' preached a very fine sermon on Sundav to a larire and attentive congrega tion. Rev. Martin Redkey, of Leesburg, was also 'r. attendance, baooatu sciiooi was he'd in the afternoon and short speech i were made by Rev. Bail, Elder Morris and Capt. D. M. Barrett. Our Sabbath School is in a very propper- ous condition, under the supervision of F. I. Bumgarner. You Can be Happy. If vou will stoD all vonr extravagant and wrong notions in doctoring yourself and families with expensive doctors or hnmbng cure-alls, that do harm always, and UBe only nature's simple remedies for all your ailments yon will be wise, well and hap py, and save great expense. The greatest remedy ior uii, Brc'L' will tell you, is Hop Bitters Believe it. See "Proverbs" in another column. . . Chew Jackson ' Best Sweet Navy Tobacco. nov28yl Home Correspondence. GREENFIELD. Notb. For some cause, yet unexplain ed, the main portion of our Greenfield cor respondence failed to reach us this week. The Express Messenger, Mr. Rariden, to whose kindness we are indebted for its prompt transmission heretofore, informs us that the R. R. agent at Greenfield, failed to hand him the usual package from our correspondent on Monday morning. This is the first time it has failed to reach us promptly, and our readers will please ex cuse the unavoidable omission. The items below came by mail Monday night, but they are evidently additional to those our correspondent had prepared previously, which he no doubt supposed we had receiv ed. What has become of them of course we do not know, but we will endeavor to avoid such annoying failures in future. Ens. News. "Utah Enslaved and Utah Redeemed," the lecture delivered in the First Presbyte rian church last Sunday evening, bv Prof. J. M. Coyner, of Salt Lake City, was well attended and gave general satisfaction. Mr. Wm. Courts, of lulenton, O., was the guest of Deputy Marshal Harris, a few davs last week. The Climax s and the Clintons, of Wil mington, will play a match game at this place to-day (Wednesday.) The Clintons are a crack club, and should the Climax come out victorious, it will be quite a feather m their cap. Some fellow writing to another paper. from Leesburg, is evidently in the last throes of disapiKuntment, because no li. 11. club can be found that will accept a chal lenge from the Lecsburgers. Try the Cli max. They are very backward, hut might possibly he shoved into a match. We understand that Mr. Hal Meek will probably be a candidate before the Repub iican Convention, for the office of Prosecut ing Attorney. We would, provided cir cumstances should render necessary a choice from our township for this office, be glad to see Hal get the nomination. He is a vounar man. and evidently compe tent to discuaree its duties. He would re ceive a very respectable majority trom this township. uibson. if BELFAST. So far as I can learn, the fruit crop will be almost a failure. A great many of our corn fields put me in mind of "bald-heads" here and there patches of fine corn and then spots as bare as the highway. Peter Ellenbarger died on the 3d inst. He only lacked one day of 81 years of age. He was a worthy member of the Dunkard church. He died quite suddenly in a few hours after taking a chill. He lived near May Hill, Adams co. I have been talking to some persons about changing our mail days from Tues day and Friday to Wednesday and Satur day. By so doing we along the route from Hillsboro to Tranquility would get our papers two days sooner. I believe all the Cincinnati papera come to Hillsboro by Wednesday noon, and we could also get the News by that time. What say you along the line? -Will the Postmasters of lierryville, Belfast, Msy Hill and Tran quility try and get the change? Henry Moore Btarted on the 10th, to move to Missouri by wagon. Ho thinks he will be a month on the" way. This is the third time that he has moved his family out West. The great tornado which swept part of Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska on the 30th ult. killed our former fellow-citizen, Elias Groves, broke the thigh of his daugh ter, (his only child) some 12 years old, and hurt his wife, but not dangerously. He was found 70 rods from his house, and the hind axle and wheels of his wagon were 1 miles away from where they were struck by the wind. Mr. Groves served in the 60th Ohio regiment, under Capt. Harries. He also served in one of Ohio's heavy ar tillery regiments with credit and honor, lie moved West from here near three years ago, was a member of Mt. Zion church, was about 40 years of age, and a whole-souled tnionman. The relatives and friends of John Wil liams gave him a surprise dinner on the 5th. He was in his corn field, when he was sent for in a hurry by about 130 of his neighbors. It was his 72d birthday. His old mother could not be there. She will be 98 years old next Christmas. Her maid en name was Countryman, and the Coun tryman family are noted for being long lived. They settled very early on Middle I ork creek, in Brushcreek tp. FLORA. Report of Smart's school, Jackson tp., for the month ending May 30, 1879. Min imum grade 90. Class A F. M. Smart, 95; H. F. Mat thews, 9ti. Class B Johnnie Smart, 94 5-6; Mary E. Cooer, 95; Malissa Sprinkle, 90; Ella Smart, 91 . Class C Saml. Newkirk, 92; Frank Newkirk, 92; Lizzie Smart, 92fc Maggie Smart, 91; Bell Cooper, 93; Johnnie Sprinkle, 90; Joe. Cooper, 93$; Charlie Still, 92i; Annie Sprinkle, 92J. Class D Henry Newkirk, 99; Willie Smart, 99; Hattie Still, 98; Annie Smart, 98. Fenton Gall, Teacher. SINKING SPRINGS. Painting, building, new lines of paling and plank fences 1 Not for years has such a spirit of improvement been manifest in our village. Leighton, Bellison, Plummer, McKeehan, Murphy and Wickerham, have all caught this spirit, and the inspiration has seized our young men also, who, with commendable taste and style, have re modeled the lower storv of the Town Hall for Public Lectures, &c. In this enter prise young Allison, Huggins and Webb, deserve special mention. Our neighbors, Barber and Butler, of this tp., should also be on our list, for late improvements and enterprise. Our Factory has gone into new hands, and wool is coming in handsomely. All our merchants are well replenished with new supplies, and "quick sales and small profits" is still their motto. Recent visitors: Mrs. P. D. Hare and Mrs. May Rogers, from Waverly, O. C. Wickerham, from Locust Grove. Dr. S. E. Reynolds has gone to Kansas City, with a view to locating for practice. Speaking of Doctors, reminds us that ours here has a "brand" new buggy, and with a "Dove" to sit in the unfilled seat, his cup of joy would be complete. We join the Editor's regret for thede- fiarture of Bro. Bailey, whose column has een highly interesting to us, and wish him success in prospective promotion. JOSEPHAW. TAYLORSVILLE. Farmers have quit planting corn and gone to planting potatoes. There is the poorest prospect for oats that has been known for several years, though .lie recent rains have done much to ward hurrying their growth, as well as to wards reviving the drooping spirits of the farmers. The Taylorsville school will be presided over next winter by Mr. Newton Igo. Mr John Mahaffey has had the front of his store repainted, which helps its appear ance very much. Mr. P.C.Robinson has gone to Lebanon, O., to attend the National Normal School during the summer. We wish him suc cess. Dr. G. W. Phipps, of Ripley, O., visited Dr. L. C. Laycock last Thursday. Dr. Laycock was also visited on Saturday by his brother, Mr. Ed. Lavcock, of George town, and Mr. est, ot liamersville, O. The ring of the blacksmith's anvil is again heard in Esq. Purdy's shop. Mr. M. F. Funk's brick-kiln is rapidly disappearing. Mr. Henry Jodry, who is building a house, had seven teams hauling from it last week. PETER TUTTLE. CLAY TP. TO THE FRONT. BUFORD, O., June 14, 1879. As the two political parties of this State have met in Conventions and presented their candidates for the various State offi ces, it is about time we were looking up some candidates for county offices, and in this connection we beg leave to mention the name of G. W. Martin, Esq., of Clay township, as a popular man and a sound Republican, for the position of Represent ative. And if it were not contrary to Re publican precedent, iu this county, we would ask that Old Clay township be recognized at the County Convention, by giving us one candidate on the county ticket. It has been some time since this section of the county has been favored with a candi date on the county ticket. Esq. Martin has been a faithful and em cient worker in the party, and is eminently qualified to fill the position of Representa tive, liy the aid ot lemocrats ne was triumphantly elected Justice of the Peace this township in the spring of 1878, over several distinguished opponents, and nominated for Representative, he will certainly receive a great many Democratic votes. We also learn that our old friend Perry King, of Dodson township, is an aspirant for the nomination for County Treasurer. We shall be glad to support him, as he is one amone the many uurieht and energetic young men in Dodson that is worthy of tne connuence oi tne puouc. i-lai NEW MARKET. Everybody happy since the big rains. Colorado potato bugs plenty. Rather a dull chance lor a crop of oats. Wheat has been injured by the fly to some extent, but since the late rains it looks much better. M. M. Barrere, John Van Winkle, L. G. VanWinkle and wife, attended the funeral of Wm. VanWinkle, at Westboro, June 1st. C. W. Vance has returned home from Mt. Orel) to spend the summer. Our enterprising painter, Mr. Lewis Barrett, has recently repainted the resi dence of Mr. Samuel Shackelton, on the Danville pike. East Main Btreet has been newly Mac adamized. Miss Ollie Lemon, of Samantha, has been visiting friends in this vicinity. Point Victory school has closed. It was taught by Miss Jane Gibler. Miss Joanna Morrow has been visiting friends at Marshall. Capitol Barrere is building an addition to his house. Wre notice Mr. P. C. Robinson, of Tay lorsville, in our vicinity quite frequently, and rumor says that his business is any thing but financial. A. C. A. The National Complaint. Dyspepsia is the national complaint. Al most every other man or woman you meet has it, and the resnlt is that the number of pBeudo-remedies for it is as numerous aa Egyptian Pharaoh's host. They are for the most part worthless. There is, however, a starching eradicant of this dis tressing and obdurate malady, one whose genuine merits long since raised it to a foremost place among the staple medicines of America. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters extirpates dyspepsia with greater certainty and promptitude than any known remedy, and is a most genial invigorant, appetizer and aid to secretion. These are not emp ty assertions, as thousands of onr country men and women who have experienced its eff ecU are aware, but are backed up by ir refragable proofs repeatedly laid before the publio. The Bitters also promote a regular habit of the body and give a healthy stimulus to the urinary organs. ju5l the to of to as Notice of Appointment. ESTATE OF SAMUEL PAVEY, DECEASED. The undersigned has been appointed and quali fied as AdmlniHtratrix of the estate of Samuel Ta vey, late o ilighlaud countv, Ohio, deceased. MARTHA S. PAVEY, Adm'x of the Estate of Samuel Pavey, dec. Dated this 15th day of Hay, 179. m).2w4 Real Estate Appraisers. Notice Is hereby given, that the Commissioners of Highland County, Ohio, at their June Sesaion, 1879, fo accordance with the 1st Section of Chapter 3, Title 13, Page 4A9, O. L., Vol. 75, divided the County into Ueal Estate Appraiaemeut Districts, as follows, viz; Liberty Tp., Including Hillsboro First District New Market Tp ..liccond District Fairfield Tp., including Leesburg and Lexington a Third District Brushcreek Tp , including oinking Springs Fourth District Paint Tp., including Kew Fetera- burg - Fifth District Union Tp Sixth District Madieoa Tp., luclud'g Oroenfleld, Seventh District Concord Tp Eighth District Jackson Tp Kinth District Salem Tp - Tenth District WhiteoaK I1! Eleventh District Dodson Tp., including Lyuchburg.Twelfth District Clay Tp Thirteenth District Marshall Tp - Fourteenth District HamerTp Fifteenth District Washington Tp - Sixteenth District Peon Tp - Seventeenth District By order of the Board of Commission era of uigntana uouniy. r.. m. utDiii i, uu!2w4 Auditor Highland Co., O, 00 lkJE Bars a Bonton physician, 'haa no equal aa a blood puritiur. Heariag of iu many wonderful cures after all other remadiea had railed, I vis ited the Laboratory, and convinced myself of IU lunula e merit. It Is prepared from barks, roots, and bertta. each of which ia highly effect ive, and thev ar eompoanded In such a maa Dei as to produc aaiuniahlng results." VEGETifJE la tha pvl Blood Fanner. UEGETIiJE Will ours tha worst case of Scrofula, VEGETIiJE Is recommended by physicians and apotha- "UEGETIJE Has effected soma marvelous cures id cases of Cancer. VEGETIFJE Core the wont case of Canker. VEGETirJE Veeta with wonderful succcaa in Mercurial dla- VEGETifJE Will radicate Salt Rheum from the system. VEGETifJE BemoTM PlinplM and Humora from th. taoe. VEGETifJE Carea Constipation and regulate tha bowel. VEGETifJE Is a valuable remedy for Headache. VEGETifJE Will ecr. Dyspepai. VEGETifJE the entire system to a beaita Beaton th entire aystem to beaitky condi tion. VEGETifJE i the cause of Dixalueaa, VEGETifJE I'alntneaa at tlie Stomach. VEGETifJE Cure Pains In the Bark-. ,ins In the Barb. VEGETifJE y cures Kidney Complaint. VEGETifJE Is effective in it cure of Female Wealcne. VEGETIfJ X. th great remedy for General Debility. VEGETifJE ra ths Dni SPEING 1M)ICINE. VEGETINE Prepared by II. It. STEVEXS, Boston, Mass. Vecetine is Sold by Ail Druggists. New Advertisements. HERIFF S SALE. HillaboroDgh Building A Savings Association vs. Daniel Murphy et al. Bv virtue ot an Order rf Kale, tssne.1 in the above staled case from the Court of Common Pleas of liiuhland County, Ohio, and to me direct ed, 1 will oiler for sale at public auction, at the door of the Court House iu iiillaboro, Ohio, in said county ot Highland, on Monday, July 21, A. J). 1879, at one o'clock P. M. of avid day, the following de scribed real estate, aituate in Dodaon township, Highland county, Ohio: Being part of lodsou'a No. 4"J and part of Thomaa I'erkma' Sur No. 42..0. Beuiuiiiiie; for the part couveyed at the center pier of the raiirojid bridge; runuinc thence with the center of the railroad IS. S7 de crees K. 44 poles to the intersection of the west line of the alley known as No. of the town of Lynchhuig, Ohio; thence N. t degrees W. and with the west Hue of said alley 24 poles to the ceuler of l'earl Street; thence S. 87 degrees W. aud with the course of .aid street 39 poles to the middle of the creek; thence S. X degrees W. and with the creek 6 poica to the beginning contain ing three aud aix-leuths acres more or lesa, the llighlaud Organ -Mtuiulaclory buildings and one boiler aud engine. Appraised at $w.r.J.uO. Term, of Sale Cash on day of asle. v. C. N EVYKLL, Sheriff niyhhind County, O. Matthiws & HuuoiNs, Attorneys. Juno 17, IH79. JnltwS Trustee's Sale of Eeal Estate. Ellas Overman and JohnC Gregg, as TruMeea In trust f HitP-nd County for the benefit of the creditors Probate Court. of Wm. M. Worley, vs. Wm. V Scott et al. ) Notice ia hereby given, that the ODderaigned Truate Jfl, in pnr.uauce of an order of the Probate Court of Highland county, Ohio, iu the above en titled cause, will, at the door of the Court House in Hillsborough, O., on Saturday, July 12, A. D. 1879, at 2 o'clock P. M., offer for eale at public auction, the following real estate, situated hi the county of Hihlaod, In the State of Ohio, and in thetnwu of Hi))HborouhtaDdbouudedaiid dercrihed a fol low: The undivided one-haKtVtVc west part of the original lu-Lot number nineteen (IU) Iu said town, fronting alwut At feet and 5 Incite on Main street, miming hack at riirht ant; lea with aaid street the same width, the full length of aaid lot, 198 feet to an alley, the front line ot the premise herein conveyed, running trom the northwent corner of aaid ln-l-ot eastward ly aion; Main street to the out ede of the northeast coier of the front wall of the uld Kllicott Houae three-fitory brick huiid lug, aud the eastern line running along and ao aa to include the eastern wall of aaid building; sav ing and reserving to one laniel K. Bcott, hie heir and aligns, the right to are the east wall of aaid Kllicott House, now standing, and such other or additional walla aa may be built ou the eastern line of tha premised herein conveyed, and to build Into and attach thereto, so that said wall may serve to said tScott, his heirs and aauigos. the uae aud purj o-e of a wall to such adjoining building, as he now has or may hereafter c instruct. And saving also the privilege hereiotore granted by the said Daniel K. Scott to the Hillsboro Hail Company, of building lntsald east wall. Also said graulorB do further grant to Ihe said grante s the nchr to the use and enjoyment of the entrance and utairway on the east side of snid Ellicott House to the landing ot the second floor, for the purpose of ingress and egress to and from said Kllicott House, subject to the agreement of said Dame K. bcott and said HUlaooro Hall Comuanv, subject, however, to the condition that the aaid entrance and stairway are to be kept in repair aud eood condition, and that the owners of the said western iii-loi snail pay one-nan: oi me expenses thereof, and also reervinr to said Daniel K. Scott, his heirs and assigns, tha full and free use and enjoyment of said eutraucs aud stairway to hie nuiKitvg adjoining inereto. Aunraiseti at s.kju. Terms of 8ale One-third cash in hand, the re mainder In two equal auunal payments, uavahle in one and two years from day of sale, with eight per cent. Interest from date, ttte deferred payments to be secured by mortgage or tn premiHea sold. e. ia ovkkman. John c. gukuu. Trustees, ftc, of Wm. M. W orley. Cyrv Newby, Attorney. jtil9w4 Highland Probate Court. NOTICK OP FILING ACCOUNTS : The fo.. lowing n am i-d Executors, Administrators, Gnar dians and have filed tht.tr accounts iu this Court for settlement; all of which have been continued for publication, exceptions, aud hearing until the ioia day ot Jui a. v. ibttf: Elizabeth Charles, pd'n (jTharles Lewis; II. H. Storer, ed'n of rVrLha Storer. Hame.g-d'n of Julia A. Storer; W. P. Pugpiey, gd'n of Jeunie B. Parker; lantel Murphy, gd'n ot Cynthia A. Selden, Matt lies Aruott, gd'n of Flora Arnott; Same, ptl'n of Edward Arnott; frame, fcd'n of Lawrence Arnott; Benj. Cochran, ex'rof Geo. Redkey; Geo. W. Lefevre, adm'rot John H. Wartdell; Frederick Druhut, adm'rof Enoch Clutter; D. O. litrffa. adm'r of William McCullom: Quinton iick and Darling Vanpeit, ex'rs of Jona than vanpeir; John U. Purdy, gdn of Geo. Chapman; John Ay res, gd'n of Amanda Wool las; Benj. F. Barrett, adm'rot Dtililah Barrett. Dated this 17th dnv ff'Jnne, A. I. UBOl.tiK B.GARDNER, jn19w3 Probate J ad(.e. NOTICE. The nnrlersiened h&a been dnlv sppointcd and qnalitred as Trustee, in trust for tlie benetU of creditors of Johu . I -uks, vico L. T. I'avey, de- Dated June 15, 17T JOH!T H. GUTHRIE, Trustee. CTRrs Newby, Attorney. jui9w3 NOTICE. Notice is hereby given thst an application will be made to His Excellency R. M. Bihop, Govern or of Ohio, on Tburvdsv. July 17th. or as soon thereafter ss said application can be beard, for the pardon of Ed. Jones, now confined iu the Ohio Penitentiarv, he having been couvicted of the crime of burgiary, and sentenced to one year at hard labor iu the Penitentiary of this State, at the January Term, A D. 1879, of the Court of Common fleas ot mgoiand county, umo. OLIVIA J. JONES. Dated June Ifith, 187ft. jniyS CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE, TRADE MARK. 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One tfapooifal f tills Soda used with aome milk equals f uur teapooniuls of tne bent Unking fowuer, saving rwei.iy i tmes its cost, see pack neu Cor valuable Information. If the teaapoonful is too large and does not pro duce good result at first, use leas afterwards. Parties preferring Saleratns should always ask for our A Ril AND UAMMKK" Brand, same style a- sotia. )uim3AA It Cultnre, Housing and Caring. A hook of 150 pages, giving complete instruction on 'iobacco Growing; stmng.y en'fursed ny tne mosi compe tent authorities. By lr. B. Rush Senseny, a prac tical grower. Bent post-paid ou n-ceipt of ONE DiH.I.AH, by John M. I-vhekoy, Pulilii-her ot the rranhiin lirtotUryt Uhamttersourg, reuira. jal9wl Bring Us Your Job Work. V vjr every cae oi c yitfw 'Nervont Debiii- i' T tv A Weakness. jf result nf led id- M. Iho Watw-Fowor Wooloa Mi! RAINSBORO, OHIO. STILL IInT THE FIELTO - GREATLY EEDUOED P Carding and Spinning, 15c. Making Satinets, 45c. Blankets, 03.00 per Pair (8 lbs Finished) AND ALL OTHER WORK IS PROPORTION. A Good Stock cf Goods for Sab cr Exchange. W AGENCY WITH J. MILLER 4 BON, HILLSBORO, OHIO. " J. H. WICKERSHAM. M.J 2, im. WITH - THE! .S3J303NT THAT MOYERS & COMPANY 'HAVE HAD STJCH (IHiHIHIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllilllllllllllllllllllll;linillilllllllllllllMI''''ll'''lllllllll ( GREAT SUCCESS ))) IS BECAUSE THEY AEE Selling Good Goods Less Money Than any Other House in the County. Give them a call before spending One Dollar FOE. CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS AND CENTLEMEn'S FURrJISHITJC AS THEY ARE BOUXD NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD. F. CARROLL. 1 1 f) TT 1 Carroll s Downnam, MANUFACTURERS OF CARBIAC-ES, PHAETOjSTS3 OI" THE LATEST DE 3IGNS. Repairing and Repainting Promptly Executed. ORDERS FOR WORK SOLICITED. All Wert Warranted FIRST-CLASS, both in Material and Workmanship. 3NTOA7V Sliops IXJ3.CL v aroroom : COR. COURT & SHORT STREETS, Light -Weight Clothing! SIMMER (Mil M ALMOST III ! Men's Cotton Pants, unlineJ, good quality, Goc , 70c. Men's Cotton Pants, lined, good quality, 70c, 90c. Men's Plain and Striped Poplin Coats, 3oc., 50c. HEN'S DUSTEES and Merino Undershirts, White and Colored, 25c, 50c, 75c. and $1. Jeans I. A. FEIBEL, CLOTHIER, Ej Hen's Black, Plain and Striped Al paca Coats, $1.00, 12a, 2 00. Men's Black, Plain and StripedMo hair, extra quality, 2.50, 3.25.. Boys' Cotton Pants, lined1, 45c. and eoc. ULSTERS, large assortment, MEN'S UNDERWEAR: GOODS! A. W. DOWNHAM. ISAD ! ! ! Boys' Summer Coats, 30c, 40c, 75c. and 90c. Men's Blue Tacbt Cloth Suits, lined and nnlined, $7.00, 11.00, 14 00. Boys' Bine Yacht Cloth Suits, $3.00, 5.00 and 7.00. SI 00, 1 25, 1 50, 2 CO. Drawers, in all sizes, 25c, 50c. and 75c Onl?r aid lu at the tion forty-two wall east 9tli of A at at as by Hillsboro Woolen ills! CUSTOM WORK j SPECIALTY, And at Prices to Suit the Hard Times. GASH FOR WOOL! LLIFBITZ & May 22. 1879. Hie Pake Boot and Shoe Store STILL AHEAD! SPRING- OF 18T9. The Cheapest and Best EVER SEEN nVCEHST'S BOOTS SHOES From jhe Cheapest Tlow Shoe, to the Kine-t Calf Iloot-both Co-tum-made nd Cincinnati manufacture. LADIES', CHILDREN'S AND MISSIS' SHOES IS EVERY STYLE, At Prices Away Down ! CALL AND SKK FOIl YOUKSELVES. tYOU CAN SAVE TulOEY By haying of me, Having NO II 10 II RENTS or CI.ERK-HTRE to pay, I can aud i!l sell CHEAPER tV REMEMUEB THE PLACE Sign of tlie Big Boot, HIGH ST., BET. MAIIT.& WAL13UT. JIMO. C. May ir, 1ST. SATURDAY, MAY 3d, 1879, GRAMBOPEIJIHG SPRING IlLIERY! MASONIC TEMPLE, HIGH ST., HILLSBORO, 0. TH Of Hil!horo and fnrrnnnilirff conntry are cordially invited to call and examine our atock, wbiih eai brarvs all Hie 1.A1 KT KOVKLTIKS in our line of trade. M K ORK will attt'nn , as Ubuait lu ail orucra Hillanoro, April , ray?2m2 IN IIILLSBOKO. ENHOUSE. Li 8 iui uiljuiiuk "aip, uuuucip, au "'-"f J. K. PICKERING, REAL ESTATE AGENT, Hillsboro, Ohio. Office: Over Haynes & Co.'s Store, Cor. High & Main Sis. Will give pecial attention to th8 Buying, Selling, and Renting Eeal Estate. Careful and prompt attention given to Surveying, Conveyancing, &e. jan30tf FOR SALE! FOR 8ALK OR EXCHANGE for HiHrfhoro Drooertv or land iu Hitriiland countv, an excellent Mill Property in Highland connry, with all the mwlern improvements for manutacturuig nonr Dy the new tirocesa-oneof the beat waler-uowera iu theconuty iu a good neighborhood and controll ing a eood coKtom. For n',e low, or wiil eicliacge tor other property ou fair terms. J.K. PH KERINO, myltf Real Estate Auent. For Sale or Exchange for Farm Subnrban Town Property in Hillsboro 6 IS acres, good house and outbuilair., plenty of fruit, c A very desira ble property, n ill seiiiow, or exchange tor tarm land. Apply to J. K. PlCKfcRlOt K. fi. Agent. tenioU Also, for Sale, on West Main St., Iiillaboro, a ood Business Ifoom and property connected. J. K. P1CKEKINO, lU;al Estate Agent Honsc and lot in a conntry toMrn in Richland conntv. (iood two stury frame hunse with plenty of outbuildings, (rood well and cistern iJonee contains a g-od store-nxini, shelved and furnish ed. An excellent location for a conntry store. Terms easy. J. K. PICK KKINU, mar-'Tif Heal E.tate Agent TEXAS LAND FOR SALE. 640 acres of good land in Texas, for sale low ; or for exchange ior properly in Highland conniy. A cash ditlert-nce will be paid on properrv of greater value thau the land. J. K. PICKERING, aplTtf Real Ectate Agent. DAILY MEAT MARKET SUCCESSOR TO P. ZASE, HIgll S3 1 root, Two Doors South of Smith's Block, Will supply the public daily with Fresh Beef, Teal, jUnttnii, Pork, SAUSAGE-MEAT, HAMS, Ac, Of the very best qnality, and nf price aa low a auy oilier ebUblisliiueut. ' Stores and families anpplied with fresh Bo loirna. A coutinnance of the pobiic patronaire solicited, raid for GOOD CATTLE AUD HOGS. decl9yl .ramor m HILLSBORO, O. Col. A. T. COOK, - Proprietor. Raving leased thi well-known Hotel, I would say to the public that i will spare no pains Or ex pense to make it lirbi-clasa in every reepect. Give me a call. Iiillaboro, October 1, 1879. oct3tf ADVERTISE 111 IHl Highland Mews! Advertiins will train new customers. Advertising will keep old customers, Advertising liberaily always pays, Advertising makes success easy. Advertising bepcts conndence, Advertising shows energy. Advertising siiows plm k, A'vertisini; means "biz,"' Advertise or "bust," Advertise loop, Advertise well. Advertise Sow. A OV'KKTISK. R1NO YOUR JOB PRINTING TO TUB News Office O 80. Ghs.My qHEEIFFS SALE. REAL ESTATE. William Scott A. T. Cuok et al. 1 in the Conrt of i ora y mon flea of Hiuti ) land County, O. Xotire is hereb, viven. that the ander,1?ned. Sheriff oflliL'liland Couuty, Ohio, by virtue oi ail of Sale loaned out oi aa:d Court in the above entitled cauae, and to him diret-ted aa Sheriff of county, will, at the door ut the Court iiotutf rJmeboro, on Saturday, July 12, A. D. 1S79, o'clock P. M. offer for sale at public auction, following r;al estate, eiruated in ilie counry of hmhland, lu tne stare oi Ohio, ana in ine town ox HiiiiK)nuh, and boundtd and decriiwd aa fol lows: ReiiiL' the undivided one-half of that por of t he wtt part of original Jo-Lot in aid town, numhered Mnereeo i')f rronuntc iwdi (-.') feet and five (M inches on Mam Street, and running at ri,'ht-an tries with aaid reet. same wituh. one hundred and mueiy-eiirnt fuel to an alley, the front line of the premises herein conveyert, running trom tne nonnwesi cor ner of eaid lot eastwardlv sioo2 aiain S'reet to tha outer ede of the northe-ist corner of the present of the old Kllicott llonf brick build tne, aim -the eat line ruunin? south ao aa u include th wail of said building. Appraised at -,7uu. Tr-rms of aie Cai j. Given nnder mv hand at Hillsboro, Ohio, thia day of June, A. D. lv. W. C. NEWELL, Sheriff. CtrcNwbt, Attorney. juuliwS gHEEIFFS SALE. Person al Prop erty. Notice is hereby given, that the undersigred, Sheritf of the county Highland, will, by virtue aa xeuttos .ttaued by the Court of Corumoa Pleas of aaid county, in favor of Glascock, Wuina Co., and aeaiust John S. Wright, and to him directed, at one o'clock P. M. on Friday, June 27, A. D. 1879, Kramer Shack's Stable, la the town of Iiillaboro, Highland County, Ohio, otfer for sale public auction the following described chatu-t property, to-wit : The celebrated Bamhletomaii atalliou. ID Lb A 1LU. Tdlewild la a beautifal bav, IB hands 23tf Incbe high, and ihows superior trotting action. Coming he does of the bM family of trotters Id tho world, be suouia prove a valuable cross lor the road stock of southern Ohio. PEDIGBEX. Idlewild. bred bv lr H. Coleman. Lake View Stoca Farm, enecu Co., N. Y., sired by Kenera Chief; dtxm, Lai)y Skiiton, by Lexington; M dim Imp. Olenoie; Seneca Chief by Rysdyk's tiam bletouiun; dam. Lady Jordan, by Lay toon-it's younfir Belfouuder; he by Laytoorett's etd Bet (oaiiUer; Lady Jordan's dam by W'aldon Metwen Kfer, he by Wildair, hi by Imported Mesenirer. UitouretL's old Beifouuder's dam was of Meaaeo gr blood; id dam by Imported Messenger. KyscyE s tismoieionian. sirea ny awa'ist; dam, the Charles Kent mare, by Imported Bei- founder; grand-dam. Old One-&ye. by tiicliop Hambletonmn; ereat-graDd-dam, suvertau, by Imported Messenger, Aixiailan, sired by Mnmnnno: a am, Amazonian. a sou of Imported MefTier. Mambrico, by Imported M esnt?er; dam by Im ported baurkrant; grand-dao. by ituportek Whirli gig, out of old Sibinmerkin, by Imported Wiidair, out of Imported Cub mare. cishop iiambleteninn, by Messenger; dam, Pheaaaot, by Imported Shark; grand-UAin by Lmy prrted Medley. Taken on said execntioQ aa the property of tb aaid John S. Wright. Terms ot sale A credit of tnree montna will &a given, the purrhaser to give Bote with approved persona, security. w . j. r tL v. nerir. June 9, 1 8T. un wi gHERTFF'S SALE. EEAL ESTATE. ORDER OP SALS. Thoa. B. Gaddla ) In the Conrt of Common vh. FWu oi HntLilAiul Co- Michael Shad rack et al.) Ohio. Jiutice ie hereby pven, tnat tae nndraiffwd. Sheriff of Hitrhiaiid County, Ohio, by virtue c( aa Order of Sale leaned out of aaid Court in the aov entitled caow, and to him directed aa Mitif of said County, will, at iht door of ihe toort Hoiue 10 idu.boru, oq Saturday, July 12, A. D. 1879, at one o'clock P. M. of aaid day, offer for mle at public auction tne loliowm lands and t nementa, to-wiu Situate on the water of the Eat Fork of the Little Miami Hiver in Dodson townihip, Hieh land county. Ohio, bezinnine in the center nf fa id creek and northwest corner to the laud of Tavner Layaion; tnene with oid Laymen b line and a line of the land of Thomaa bury, S. 3 degree W. .4 polea to a tiu, corner to aaid Ditty, paatre a hickory at pote and crowm? e roonty road at W.-f poles, corner to the lands of aaid Laynjon and Oitty; thence N. 87 desrrees W. and with an other of Mid Ditry's linea SJ1 poies to a atone, corner to aaid Ditty and the Landi of the heirs of Greenbnry Alorpby; thence N. 1 degrees f. a&4 with a line of the aaid Mnrphy H4 polta o a stone, cruer to the lands of tiie heira of a d Marphy; thence N. 7 decrees W. poiea to buckeye; ttence N. 6 deerttia W. 7 plea to the ce:.ter of aaid creek; thence op said creek and with Ihe meandering and cen'er thereof to the becinntne containing ninety-five Mi) arrf of land, be the aame more or less, bein g part of J. Nancarrov. ;s Sarvev No. 9,5&. -Appraioed at $2,S60 00. Terms of aie Caah on dav of wle. W.C. SKVKT.T, Sheriff lliQland County. O. Jno. Torbik, Attorney. June 9. HTn jan!2w5 gHEIUFF'S SALE. Joseph Cohn vs. Wesley W. iiilneret al. By virtue cf an order of tale, issued In the a?ow stated case, friim the Courtif Common Pleas ot Highland County, Cbio, aud to me diiected, I w'U otter tor sale at pur. he auction, at toe door of tn Court House ia iiillaboro, Ohio, la said coocty ot Highland, on Saturday, June 23, A. D. 1S73, at two o'clock P. M. of said day, the following de scribed real estate, situate in Highland county and State of Ohio, and in the townsdif of If'ai.-fieid, and bounded and described aa follows: Beginning at a post, twelve feet from the end f.f a panug feuce at the south end of Bishop's mjil dam; thence 8. a degrees . li lb-Uio poles to the east gate-post in aoother paiing fence; thence N. 8 degrees E. 13 4-it poles to the southeast cor ner of bishop's mill lot; thence i. i -lo poles to the inner corner oi D. A.Tefriil's land; tbeoca with said Ten-ill's line S. 70 drgrees W. -11 poi- to a stcne in the road, and t:e line of 8a mad Acfaor; thence N. 17 degrees W. 14 H-hjo potes to the northeasterly corner of riamoet Acbor's land; tlieiice N. To degrees W. a.-s poles to a stone; thence N. 1 degrees W. t& poles; thence N. -;i poles to Bishop's line, on the bant of the creek; thence with said Bishop's line, following the me andehnys of the sooth bank of said creek, to tha beginning, being part of Warren's Survey ISo. 3, 4oi, Conway's Survey No. 2no7. and Springer" Survey No. ioAl cxntatuiD about 17 acres, more or lts. Appraised at I'.too.OO. Terms One-third cash, one-third in one year, and one-third in two year, wiui 4 per cent, inier edt from day of sale. W.C. NEWELL, Sheriff Highland Countv. O. May V t87!. myjw5 W.WV W WviAwVVV4l Acditob'9 Otficb, Ro ConTT, Ohio, tHiLUCorui. ALay t 17 'J. j SUPKB3TRUCTURB. Sealed proposals, with plana and stwlftcations, will be received at thm ortice nntil THL iolA Y, J UN K S6. ly, at o'clock P. for the e.ns. mo tion ot a bndu of one span 100 feet in the clear, of single roaaway of feet iu the clear, over Paint Creek, near Lanheck's Firt, on the line be tween Mos anr highland couuLien. Prapoaais will be received oq the following plans : Tiie Open Iron Bridire. The Couhiuatiaa Bridge. ABUTMENTS. Proposals for the construction of two abntmenta for said Bridge ot the following dimensions, to wit : Top fare, to feet long by feel thick, 1 feet hib, stepped wing wjls to be lu feet at biae, will be ieceied at the same time and place. A bond saiislaciory to the Comiuist. oners will he required of the bidder or bidders, to whom the contract or contract may be awarded. The Board reserves the right to reject auy or all bids. heraonstrances against the proposed improve ment will he heard on the same day at 12 M. By onkT of the Counussioaera of Koas and nighhind Couulies. F. J.KSKRR, Auditor Ross Co O. Public Sale! The undersigned will off?r for sale at public auction, at the late residenee of Samuel Pavey, d-reased. in Irairheid township, Uighiand county, Ohio, on FRIDAY, JUNE 20, A. D. $: th following property, to-wit ; Sixteen head of S-yt-ar-oki Steers, One lot of i-jear-oid Stoers, ne lot of Yearlings, Milch-Cows, Cows and Calves, Heifers, One Kine atalJion, Work Horses, Mitres and Colts, One hundred and seventy-four head of Bheep, One lot of Hogs, one fine Boar, One lot of Sows and Pigs, One pair of Stock Scales, Mowing Machines. AL.SO, A great variety of Farm Implement. Plows, Cultivators, ln-illa, Ac, Household and Kitchen urmtnre, and a variety of articles too numerous to mention. Sile to begin at 9 o'clock A. M. TKKMS on all sums of frl and nnder, cash. On all sums over $-1, a credit of nine months will he givn, purchaser giving note with at least two suf ficient sureties, no property to ne retuovea ontu terms of sale have been complied with. MARTHA H. PAVEY, Administratrix of Samuel Pavey, dec. ju'-ts PUOTEKRS. The Richest Blood, Sweetest Bicath and Fairest Skin in Hop Bitters. "A little Hop Bitters saves big doctor bills and long sickness." 'That invalid wife, mother, sister or child can be made the picture of health with Hop Bittera." "When worn down ana ready to taJte your bed. Hop Bitters is what you need." lon't nhvsic aud Phvsic, fir it weakens and destrovs. but take Hod B. Iters, that build up continaallv. "Phvsicians of all schools use and recommend Hop Bitters. Test them." Health is beauty and joy Hoo Bittera e'.ves health and beaatv." There are more cures made with Bop Bitters thas all other medicines. When the brain is wearied, the nerves un- Btrnng, the mnscles weak, use Hop Bitters " 4tThat low, nervous fever, want of sleep and weakness, coils for Hop Bitters.' hop co ran cure axd paix RELIEF IS PLEAS A XT, SLEh ASD CHEAP. For sale by all druggists.