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COXStXTIXG PHYSICIAN -AND- OPERATIVE SURGEON, AUTHOR OP Observations on the Causes, OF Catarrh, Throat, Lung AND HEART DISEASES, WILL MAKE HIS NEXT VISIT AT THE Y7f :i fin rirxTTni . (Formerly "Woodrow House,) HILLSBORO, 0.. ON NOVEVCER 14, 1879s AND Remain 2 Days. Owlne to Lis o'her appointments Pr. F. wf f ot .M. to nUeui to all calls lor hinpervirea daring h Is la.t it-h to t' iiltoro, aud yielding to ttie so UcUatloD, tt irieu-is, lie hu) arranged lo make Esjular Visits to Hillsboro. Vary your oi irintprrnpted sriccessfut practice in the city i ,-ew lorivaua exclusive ircauneui bt diBetcs oi i.ie Head, Throat and ITose. ftp wp as tfceeu "liatic endorsement of persons rc pncclnle and tt e Medical profession, prove it bayond doubt, tha' an e xperirnceri speciality may ke iaccessf ul in cam thai have defied the skill ot mloaut general praicutio tiers. DR. FISHBLATT . CAN EE CONSULTED ON CATARRH OF THE HEAD AND rJAGAL ORGANS, Scrofulous Diseases, DISEASES OF THE Kidneys and Bladder, FEMALE DISEASES, AS "WELL AS ALL Chronic Diseases. DS. ITSHELATT XTfts nMscovere.. die preatrst enre in the world for -aakneee of the back mid limb?, involuntary die-tharp-a, iropotency, peneral debiiiry, nervous Uses, languor, confusion of idea?, palpitation o; the heart, timidity, trembling, dimness of eifrb' or eiddine'-s, diseases of the head, throat, nos ftr skm, affections of the liver, luuirs, stomach 01 boweis those terrible disorders arising from sol itary habit? of youth and secret practices mon fatal to their ictims than the soncs of the Hymn to the mariners of Ulysses, blighting their mos radiant hope or auUcipaiiuuts" rendering juax riage impost-iulc. YOUNG HEN Tho have become victims of solitary Tice, tha? Giearitul and detractive habit which annually sweeps to au untimely grave thousands of yourif tanu of exalted talent and brilliant Intellect, w no tniebt otherwise have eu tranced listening sen tea with the thunders of their eloquence, 01 Waked to ecstacy thy living lyre, ma call with full confidence. . MARRIAGE. Married persons or yonns men contemplating lOS ro-crt-iiv powers, impotenry, or any other dis qualifications, speedily relieved. He who pi 'cec K;mtelf nnder the care of lr. Fishhlatt may -e-JiponMy confide in his honor as a gentleman, au i Confidentially rely upon hits skill as a physician. ORG ANAL "WEAKNESS Immediately enred and full vigor restored. This C '.stressing affliction which renders life a burden ftnd marriage impossible is the penalty paid by the victim, of improper Indulgences. Young per sons are too apt to commit excesses from not be ing aware of the dreadful consiliences that may nsne. Now who that understands this subject iviil deny that pro-creation ia last sooner by the prudent ? het-ides being deprived of the pleasure uE healthy offspring, the most arioue destructive symptoms of both miud and body arise. The fvstem becomes deranged, the physical and men tal f Election become weakened. Loss of pr crealive power, nsrvoos irritability, dysepia, paipitafioD of the heart, indigestion, constitution al debility, wasting of (he frame, couh, coneump tioo and death. A CURE WARRANTED. Prpon ralDTd In health hf nnlparned pretend rt, mho kocp th.m trifling mouth alter mouth, taking poisonous Qil lujurlou. vuiupouuds, eliuultl pplj iiomedl&lelj. DR. HSHELATT, f;r,nte of OBPOf thoiost eminent coll"e in the United 8tatet, h GuVoU-d eome of the moet .tonlshlr.g cares thut were e.-r known ; rnnnv tronblwl with rlnclni Id the head and enra when ic,p, frent nervoO!ni-, belnp alarmed at cer tain .or.ndf, with frequent blnshlnp, a'teudud .omatlme with deracgdmuut of lut mlud, were cureC lmmdutely. Tak Particular Notice. PT. T. tddreaaea all tho. who bare Injnred fh-ma.l. hy Improper indnlpences and aolltarr il'lia, which rolQ both mind and body, untitling Ili.ro for bo-lneM, atortT, .ocieiy or marrlppe. Th.M ar. ioni of the aad and melancholy ef rwta prndaeaS hy th. early hahlts of yonth, vK: mklM of tb bark and liniD, patna In the fcaad dlmimaa of tight. Ion of mnacnlar power, pa station of th. h.arL, dyspepsia, nerrou. trTl la'l'y. wTcaumptlon, Ac p 8 Thr who reld. at flis'ancn, and cin nt ea'l, will rwo1 prompt attention throcrh . r.n. by imply Addretf, g ihtlr aymptomt wp poiuf.. V. O. BOX, 8M, niLl.SCH!U .II. OHIO. THURSDAY, - OCTOBER 2, 1879. Temperance Column. OF IIII.LSBORO, OHIO. A.11 Commnnicalions intended for this column should be addressed to Mra. . J. Tuuinnaou, Uilltboro, O. Regular Women's C. T. Union Meetings every Thursday moruinc;, at 9 o'clock, at the new Temperance Hall, corner of High and Walnut streets, 3d story. Kegnlar meetings of the Temperance Cadets on Thursday evening of each week, in Oiiy Hall, at half-past 6 o'clock. Officers W. C. T. U. foe 187!!. Mrs. E. J. Thompson, Pres't.; Mrs. Gen'l. Mc Dowell, Mrs. D. K. Fenner, Mrs. J. W. Weathorhy v . Prests.: Mrs. aec'y.; Miss Julia Drown,Treaiurer, The Juvenile Temperance Work Resumed. HILLSBORO, Sept. 23, 1879. Tha ladies of the W. C. T. U. have been busy in a quiet way for some weeks, perfecting plana for a more thorough organization of the Juven ile auxiliaries, and effective work among the children. It was fully expected that this week would see the successful inauguration of the Juvenile Temperance meeting, but truly "the mills of the Gods grind slowly," and unforeseen circumstan ces have somewhat delayed matters. Perhaps, however, this is just the time for a word of entreaty to the parents to encourage their children yes, urge them, to come out to these meetings. O, mothers, while you are fashion ing the dainty garments for your little ones ; while you watch them in their innocent plays, or tuck the soft, warm covers about their rosy limbs, when night has hushed them to quiet sleep ; remem ber that they will not always be at your side, or in your sight. The time must soon come when they will begin to go out into the world, to face its dangers, to encounter its temptations, to endure its trials, and perhaps, alas! to be entangled in its snares. Be persuaded, therefore, to use every means whereby evil may be driven from our children, our homes, our community, and so hope for a bright future, when we 6hall have no need to fear a lurking ene my at every side, ready to snatch away our dearest treasures. Tha friends of the cause would surely have been encouraged had they seen the bright, eager Cadets, they assembled at tho armory on Snturday, Sept. 13, at the invitation of the VP. C. T. U. to partake of some refreshments and talk a little about plans for the coining year. The programme was not entirely carried out; it hardly ever is ; but the bojB were there j'n their uniforms, and also the "Easy Bees." There was plenty of cake and lemonade, and some pretty loud cheerin'and altogether it was very good. On Thursday evening of this week, the Cadets expect to begirt their regular drill again. The Juvenile Temperance meeting will also com mence that evening, as has been an nounced. The meetings will begin early ana close early. Cadets, "Busy Bees," children, fathers, mothers, "cousin and aunts," all come ; yon will like it. By order of TV. C. T. U. MRS. D. K. FENNER. "A Single Gallon of Whisky." In a recent temperance address in the First Reformed Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia, Judge Pierce, in the course of his remarks, said "Science has revealed by the aid of the microscope, the presence of living and often disgusting objects in a drop of water. Ine stomach revolts at the spectacle, nnder th glass, of the creatures which tenant every refreshing draught, however invisible to the naked eye. Let me tell you what came out, under the process of justice in the Court of Oyer and Terminer in this city, from it single gallon of whisky, winch to most eyes seemed innocent and harmless enough. There came out of it two murders, two widows, eight orphans, two culls in the State Prison, tilled with wretched convicts for a term of years. The whisky, moreover, was used in connection with the administration of one of the ordinances of religion the sac rament of baptism. It was drank at the christening of a child, and tho men who drank it -fought, and lost their lives, and the farther results were what I have said. Did not Shakspeare say well, '0, thou invisi bla 6pirit oi wine, it thou hast no name to be known by, let us call thee devil ' 1" National Temper ance Advocate. A Touching Incident. I remember, said John B. Gough, riding once in Scotland to a place I cannot pronounce it ; I pronounced it once and they laughed at me ; I can Fpell it A-u c-h-t-e-r-ra u-o-h-t-y. A man came to mo at the Ladybank Junction and took me six miles in a fly a one horse cab. As we sat together I noticed the man was leaning forward very strangely ; I saw him take a hand kerchief, that was the beginning of it, nd tie round his face. Then he would sit a little, and shake it out, and then tie it another way, still leaning his head forward. Said I, "Have you the toothache ?" "No." "Then you will be good enough to tell me why you lean forward with the handkerchief " "Well," he said, "the window of the fly is broken, and the wind is pretty cold this morning, and I am trying to keep it from you." "Why," said I, "you don't mean to tell me that you are sticking your head in that hole to keep the wind off me V "Yes, I am." I said, "Well, I thank you, my dear fellow. I never saw you before. "No, but I saw you ; I was a bal lad singer, and used to go around with a half-starved wife and baby in her arms, my wife oftentimes with n black eye. Somehow or other I got to hear you in Edin burgh in 1853, and you told me I waa a man ; and I went out oi that place and said, 'By tho help of God, whatever it costs, I'll be a man? and now I have a happy home, and wife and children gathered around. God bless vou, sir ; I would stick ray head in any hole under heaven if P could do you any good. God bless you !" The English Primitive Methodists through John Bright, have present ed to Parliament a petition three fourths of a mile long, and signed by 100,000 persons, asking for Sunday closing of the liquor-shops. The annual meeting of the Calho lio Total Abstinence Society of America will be held this month at Detroit. The Louisiana Constitutional Con vention has adopted an amendment nrohibiticsr the sale of liquor on Sunday. Dr. Lunier, secretary of the French Temperance Society, says that "the proportion of suicides traceable to the use of alcohol has doubled itself in France since 1S19 Mrs. Elizabeth Comstock, of Michigan, the widely known Quaker missionary, has visited 115,000 pris oners, and of this number she finds 105,000 were brought to prison through strong drink. Mr. and Mrs. Fallon, keepers of a bar-room in Liberty, Ind., died with delirium tremens within an hour of each other. "Touch not, taste not, intoxicat ing drinks," was among the maxims framed on the wall of llothschild, the banker. There is not a single licensed house, either tavern or restaurant, in the county of Washington, Pa There was but one application, and it was rejected by the court. Popular Science. Lamp-wick dipped in hot vinepu before usinsr. is said to prevent any ot- fensive smell from lamps. Tortoise-shell and horn combs are prevented from cracking by being occa sionally niu!ea wun on. Imitation honey is made of paraffine comb tilled with plumse. Horn or tortoise-shell may be welded bv tiressinc the parts totretlier between a hot iron, interposing a wet linen cloth between the iron and the object. Mexicans subdue fractious horses by having a hood so arranged as to be pulled down over the eves of the horse as soon as he manifests uneasiness. Several ap plications subdue the horses perma nently If a sponge, after having been used a week, is then put away to thoroughly dry, and another used for an equal time, the soft, flabby and worn-out sponge re covers its texture. iponges trenieu in thi wnv outlast three ordinary snonees, Recent discoveries of rich deposits of nhosphateof lime, in Canada, has caused land near the area of deposit to go up in price. Lumbering has been abandoned in some instances to cultivate the new industry. England and the continent are laree rmrchasers. Mineralogists and metal-workers may turn to useful account the fact that hi. b Mesinier has made mixtures of iron and nickel chlorides, reduced by hydrogen nt. a red heat, yield well-defined alloys, Rnmptimps admirably crystalline, and elosely analogous to the nieteoritic alloys of iron and nicKeu. J. T. 17AIUIEE1 & GO. 64 & 68 W. SECOND ST. CINCINNATI. Foreign and Domestic dried and canned Fruits and Vegetables. Canned, dried and salt Fieh. Pickles, Sauces, Oils and Condi ments. Soup stuffs, Baking; Powders, ground & whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry Soaps. Seeds, Jellies, Preserves, Fancy Groceries and Grocers' Sundries. Stock unparalleled in the W est. SEND FOR OUR ""GROCERS' MANUAL" ap241yo&co rif-Ei" Pars a Boston plivsiclan, "has no equal as a blood puritier. Hearing of Its many wonderful cures after all oilier remedies but failed, I vis ited the Laboratory, and convinced myself of lis genuine merit. Jt is prepared from barks, roots, and herbs, each of which is hitrbly effect ive, and they are comiKtnnded in Pii't t man tlet ae to procure aatuuishiiig results." VEGETIHE Il the great Blood Purifier. VEGETIHE e the worst caae of Scrofula. VEGETIHE ts recommended by physicians and apothe- caries. VEGETIHE Ila effected some marveious cures in cases of Cancr. VEGETIfJE e worst cases of Canker. VEGETikJ th wonderful success In H. ftftta with wonderful success In Mercurial dia VEGETIHE Will eradicate Salt Rheum from the system. licate Salt Rheum from 1 VEGETlfJ RemoTee Pimple and Humors from the face. VEGETIlJ msttpatlon and regulates Cares Constipation and regulates tbg bowels. VEGETIfJE liable remedy for Headache. VEGETIHE Will eure Dyspepsia. P9 en tf fcaUSa I liilSa R-tort the entire system to a healthy condi- VEGETIHE 2UmTM the cause of Dizziness. VEGETIHE Rallrra. Falntneaa at the Stomach. VEGETIHE Caret Pains In the Buck. , VEGETIHE Bffctaally cures Kidney Complaint- UEOETIfJ I .fflKtlTe In Its cur. of Female WeakncA. VEGETIH Is th. treat remedy for General Debility. VEGETIfJE IS THE BERT SPRING MEDICINE. VZGETINE Prepared by It. STEVEN'S, Boston, Jlass. ii Venetine Is Sold by All Druggists. jn.ljwco I?ocn A!Terliilng Py? How can the world know a man has a good thing nnlecs he advertises potwestion of 111 CoBiiS- LIUS VAtiCiaBiLt, fill 1 MfliilW at da on ty in 1'. of Ti his ii ET23 A a tLi iri laL ffiOYERS & Wish to call the Men's, For Which is tho Largest and Finest ever shown in this citv. we claim that our customers will find them SUPERIOR in make and lit to the cheap clothing offered elsewhere. Large Stock of Cents' Our Motto Is: "Lare nm. OUR NEW Ope Is now in, and every Man and Boy should know how great it is. Counters and shelves are chock-full of XEW GOODS, of all sizes, colors, qualities and prices, and everyone wants to bear in mind that we can and will make it decidedly to their interest to Come and See our Goods and Learn our Prices! Before Spending One Dollar for Clothing. 2 MSAKT 13"CJSJ:iXrS5S eOTCHILDREN'S CLOTHING years old and upwards. It will pay you to TTillnboro, O., Aim. I. A. FEIBEL 2S. 1879. ir H b Sr A K COM THE POPULAR CLOTHIE attention of everybody to their J 0 Children's Fall and Winter Wear. Furnishing; Coeds, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Sales, Small Profits, and of New STOCK OF A SPECIALTY-Our Stock is Immense, to fit Soys from 3 come and take a look at our ".Nobby" Suns iu this hue. A y a PANT, 1 immense stock of We oiler these Goods low, and Valises, Etc. sr. Honsst Dealing to All." liOOCiS! CLOTHING "THE" Clothier, H112S Clothing! HERIFFS SALE. REAL ESTATE. ORHER OF SALE. Marv A. Holmes, a married"- T ,, . . woman In ,,le Court of Com- ' v3 mon Fleas of lih- Levi L. Landeks, ct al. j Iaud county, Ohio. Notice is herehy eiven. that the nlprnml Sheriff of Highland county, Ohio, aud .siiecial Master Commissioner, hv virtue of n (r,l,.r of Sale issued out of said Court in the above entitled cause, and to me directed as Sheriff of said coun ty, and .S)ecial Master Couitnissrimer, will, at the door of the Court House iu Hillsboro, On Monday, Oct. G, A. D. 1S79, at 2 o'clock P. M. of said day, offerfor sale at pub lic auction, the following lands and tenements to-wit: Situate in Newmarket townshio. lli.-h land Conntv, Ohio, bounded aud described as fol Iuwb, to-wit FIRST TRACT. Beginning at a hickory and irum. In the line of Temple Elliott's Survey No. 24.M ; runninir uience with said line N. IS dcir. : min. W. 01 poles to a larse white oak ; thence S. 74 dec. 40 min V 123 poles to a hickory iu a line of Benj. Wilkin's land thence with said line S. 15 Ai-. a, min. (J. 91 pole to 2 (rums, said Wilkin's S. E. corner ; thence 74 d e 40 min. E. crossinc the Mart 1'iv.., r..Uri .1 t poles, 12.))$ poles to the hegiiiuins-cnntaiiiiiie .u acres 01 lanu, more or Jess, beiug part of Thou Christie't Survey No. 941: SECOND TRACT. Situate in said township of Newmarket, anit de scribed as follows, to-wit: A part of Thnm. Christie's Survey No. 941. bevinnincr at 1 hirlmn and gum, iu the line of the land of Jesse Kesler; .... ...... u hit. i . 1-0 poles, to a stone, corner to said Kesler's laud thence with anotlrer of said Kesler' linns s 7s dec. W. hos-ts poles, to a stone in the said line thence s. 15 deg. E. 2i 1-5 poles, to a stone in a spring branch, and in the centre of a county road; thence with said road N 75 decrees K ko :.5 Kles to the beginning containing U acres aud 4 poled of laud, injre or less. THIRD TRACT. Situate in said township of Newmarket, hnnml. ed and descrilied as foilowe: H('T:ntlj,1(, Ht fc whiteoak, iu the west original line of said Mirvey No. 941, of which this is a nart : thence t:i (w E. lis poles to an elm and two gums, the south! west corner of the first tract hereinbefore de scribed; thence with the Hue of said tract. N. 17 leg. W. 2-6 poles, to a llickorv and enm the S E. corner of the second tract hereinbefore de scribed; thence S. 75 deg. V. with one of the iriginal lines of the second tract hereinlefore de scribed, 80 3-5 poles, to a stone in a spring branch; inenceM. it in ", n . VI 1-0 poles, to a stone iu tili Wilkin's line ; thence X. !o deg. W. 37 4-5 noius. to a stone, where au elm once stood; thence S. 17 deg. E. 1"1 poles to the beginning cimmiiliw i acres of land, more or leg.. Ihetuoliret above-described tracts to be sold igether, free from dower of widow, and amirniserl at $J4li4..r)6. The last described tract appraised at tU-M), and to be sold Bubject to the lite-estate of Lvnia iiKin. Terms ot Sale Cash. Given under my hand at nillsboro. Ohio, this first day of September, A. I). 1S7U. tt . c. E WELL, Sheriff and Special Master Commissioner. N. BAftREnE, Attorney for l'laintilt. sep4w5 CHE RIFF'S SALE. REAL ESTATE. ORDER OF SALE, UDER OF SALE. Iema Troth ) In the Conrt of Oom- In the mn iand i lf&A of HiL'h. Daniel Murphy, et al. I iand County. Ohio, Notice ia hereby civen, that the undiTsi'Mied. SliHriff of Highland Ciu;tv, Oiiio, by virtue of an OrdiT of sale from tiie paid Court in the above enritled cause, and to him directed as hi-riif of said county, will, at the door of the Curt House in uiUfOuro, On Monday, Oct. G, A. D. 1S79, at 2 o'clock r. M. of said day, offer for sale at public auction, the fulluwing lauds und teuemeuts, Situate Iu Dods n Townsiiin. Highland Conntv. Ohio, part of Robert Sayer' Survey No. 4IG3, bounded and descrihvd as follows: Jie-'inuiiiL' at twoelnis, S. W. corner to A. Troutwinu's hind thence ft. 5 dee;. K. poles, to a umiile and pin- ak in the patent line, a enruer to llcnrv Tavlur : tdence with the oateijt line N h5 detr E. poles to the three hickories iu Hill's line : them e with Hill's line N. 6x- deg. W. S poles, to a wh'teoak and do-'wood, A. 'front wine'e S. E. corner : thence with his Hue S So de:. W. 4 pole, to the bejin nini? cjutaiiuui: forty-three acres of land, more or le.--s. Appraised at $SC0. Terms of Sale Cash. Oiveu under my hand at Hillsboro. Ohio, thi 1st day of September, A. 1. 1ST9. VV. C. NEWELL, Sheriff. Isma Troth, Attoruey for l'laintilt. te4w5 HERIFF S SALE. Hillsborough Building & Savings Association vs. Ianiel Murphy ct al. Bv virtue of an Order of Sale, issued in the above Mated case from the Court of Common 'leas ot Highland County, Ohio, and ro me clirect- u, f will otter for SMle Ht public auction, at the dmr of the Court House iu Hillsboro, Ohio, iD said county of Highland, on Monday, Oct. C, A. D. 1S79, one o'clock P. M. of said dav. the undi- ided oiu!-half of the following described real estate, situate in Hodttou township, I iihland county, Ohio : Beinjr part of Oouson's , Survey No. 4-.'i' and part of 'l'lioinus Perkins' Sur- : y it. -iz .0. iieL'i;iinng tor the part conveyed at he center pier oi the railroad bridge; running hence with the center of the railroad S. t7 i d- I rees E. 44 poles to tiie intersectitin of the west ne of the alley known as No. I of the town of vnebburg, Ohio; thence N. 2V decrees W, and with the weM line of said allej 4 poles to the enter of Pearl Si reet; thence S. 75.' degrees W. and wit h the course of sait street ;iy poles to the middle of the creek; thence S. bv degrees V and with the creek 5 poles to the bi ginning coninin- ng three and six-tenth acres more or less, with he Highland Organ Manufactory buildings aud one boiler and engine. Appraised at I'i'.iK). Terms ot Sale Cash on day of sale. W. C. NEWELL, Sheriff Highland County, O. Matthews & Huuuins, Attorneys. Sept. 2. Is7:t. Pep4w5 LEGAL NOTICE. Eliza J. Kirkpatrick and Kobert Kirkpatrick, her husband, of the Slate of Kansas, James Fre derick, Isabel ltoederirk, Edward ltoederii k, Vir- Kovderick, of Livinton county, Illinois, will take notice that a petition was tiled Against them the Kith day of September, A. h. l7y, in the Court of Common Pleas within and for the Coun of Highland and State of Ohio, by Thomas J iiunter, aim is now penning, wherein said Thom as J. Hunter demands partition of the following reai pMiue, 10-wn, fiiuaieo in jewniarKr town ship. Highland county, Ohio, and bounded and deecribed as tollows, to-wit: lleginning at a stitke the center of a bridge, in the Hiilsboro A Ki ley Turnpike, and running thence w ith the line of J. Vance, N degrees W 4 poles to a stone; thence with the line of K. B. Halhtriay N 12 de grees E 04 jxdes to a stone, at comer of the lands said ilnliaday and Vance; thence with said Vance's line N 7:i degree i"l poles to a stone; thence S 16 degrees E 4i poles to a atone in the center of said pike; thence with said pike and Jine of J. II. Purdy, N 7 decrees W 3u poles to a , stone; thence S 16 degrees V poles; thence S degrees W 4 4-5 poles to a stone at northwest' corner ot Lewis Morton's lot of laud; thence with line S Tl degrees W 1 poles to a stone; thence 15 Cegrees E 4 poles to a stone iu the o liter of said pike; thence with said pike and line id llob ort J'urd v, S 6-i degrees W 14 poles to center of bridge at place ot beginning containing hlteen acres, more or less. And thrt t at the neat turm of said Court the said i Thomas J. Hunter will apply tor au order that partition may be made of said premises. Jated this 13th day ot September. A. 1. 179. ' THOM AS .1. UL'MEK. By Sloan B & Hough, his Attorneys. geplbwl It-" all e 73 of 8 the Can you to !!ie ml Fork Fisting lis! Take your Grain to the above named Mill?, the ONLY mills outside of Hilisboro and Greenfield tha can manufacture the NEW Or Patent JT'loxxx- iy.itf PROCESS WORDS OF WISDOM -FOR- BUSINESS HE If. Frequent and constant advertising bronght me all I own. A. T. Stewart. Success" depends npon a liberal patronage of priming offices. J. J. Astor. The road to fortune ia throcph nrinters' ink. r . 1. DA tin Hi How can the world know a man haB a pood thine: unless he advertises postaion of it ? Con- KELIL'S VANDEUBILT. Tt m tj - o m NEW IMPROVED ORCHESTRAL gypiiella mm D. H. CAl,DVn & CO. Call the attention of every Organ buyer to these in strum en ts. They combine tne most important changes in style, and nov elties in design of case, also improvements for the protection of the instruments. Each Organ contains book closets, and a new device for closing the peduls and keeping out mice. The case is of Black "Walnut, the Keys of Ivory and the Sharps Ebony, the Wind Chftst and soundiDg or reed board are made by a peculiar process so that they will not crack, shrink or swell. Raving taken the management of their sale for the States of Ohio, Iuriiann, Ken tucky, Tennessee and West Virgina, we offer these instruments at wholesale or re tail at prices that will enable hundreds of families to buy a thoroughly made and re liable Organ. Every LShoninger Organ iB fully warranted for five years, and iH guar anteed to give satisfaction to the purchaser. sJend for description and prices. D. II. BALDWIN fc CO. 15S West Fourth etreet, Bepllw4pASON8 C'nunnati. O. USEFUL BOOKS! MANUAL ; A COMPLETE C L i i'ti to all branches of I'KAClllAl. painting, Ac, fio cts. B ok of Alphabets, for Painters, Driaighismi n, Ac., f-0 ct.-. hook of Scrolls and Ornament, $1. Watchmakers' and Jewelers Manual, .ro cts. Soapniakers' .Manual els. K arpenters' .Manual, a Practical (u nie to operations of, the Trade, illustrated, price 5 cts. Webt-ter's Practical Letter Writer, price, 50 cts. Any of the above sent on receipt of price, postpaid . Add rp-9 ALFRED W A H H K N , Ts'o. Sit Central Avenue, I'iuciunali. O. 8eplsw4EA 1IOKT! urn red for soldiers disabled In L". S. service by isons of wounds and other causes. All pensions date back to day of discharge. Pensions increased. Address with stamp, STODDART & CO., No. 13 K St., N. VV. V ashiuglon, D. C. seplSw4jwtco Chuhcs's Musical Visitor IHUSIC S'il'S'H lovers TUI.S MOSTU. Heud stamp. John Church & Co. CINCINNATI, OHIO. BeplSwtEA Established IS40. JOSEPH E. PEEBLES' SOUS, Grocers, Importers, And Manufacturers of CIGrARS, PIKE'S OPERA BUILDING, W. Fourth St. Cincinnati If yon are a pood pnesser you may -ai one of the prizes oileied for the nearest gtiess to the weight the Mammoth Mustard Can, feet liitrh, feet wide, und 4 fet deep, in front of Store. There ia story connected with tbif which every lover of mystery will wish to know. When you are in the city, we tli!tll he pleaded if will consider that you are personally invited call and see us, nnd examine our Stock JOSEPH K. PEKHLES SONS. Pike's Ojiera Ruilding, Cinciuuali. ecpjv4p4bOii8 SHOrJirJQEO'S fl Terms S. Slrf curnn: cilies, our J VICTORIOUS! HIGHEST & BEST AWARD And Grand Kedal of Honor. Econorliy, Durability and Hapidity combined with perfect work, Are Distinguishing Features of the celebrated Giant Farm sul fetase Fans, MADE BY A. P. DICKEY, Racine, Wis. Now having many late improvements, they are fully rqual to every demand ; cleaning ad kinds of Grain, Peas, Beans, Castor Bcnrs, Cum and mall Sred. They grade Vhe.it perfectly by once handling. Sep arate Oats t'rom Whear, Barley and Rye. They have very perfect arrangements fr.r cleaning Timothy, Clover, Flax bed. Orchard Grass, and all othet Small Sees They Chid" perfectly, and combine every quliF.catioa required to do the best work ii the shortest time. Warehouse, as wt'l as Farm Mills, are largely con structed, both kinde requiring nine sizes to accom modate the demand, and giving a capacity cf from 50 to 500 bushels per btir, according to size of mill. They are shipped, boxed for ocean transportation, and "set up" or "knocked d-vn" for forwarding inlard, as requested; and in all cases put free on bnard Career Steamer. Orders filled same day as received. Mills shinped "knocked down" go for half the freight ch::rgtd r.s when f Twarded "set up." OI-o. graphs and Circu'ars supplied on application. Prices will be quoted L-a aud on liberal terms. Cones pcodcncc soli cite i Reeec A Oxern:n9 IIHUbiiro. Agents for Highland County, conirr Ma'n nnd Wes sts. tall aud see the Fan, or send for Cir cular: mylnn'cws Kitahlhihed In 1343. With Tour 1 brinsjrou a poet-paid f SPECIMEN oft Equal to 141 Magazine Pa?e3, witb 354 ENGKAVINUSi ana DeiKTi odious ofj. s VS M B. 200 GOOD TK!r,'C3 tor V Tonr Ovrn Vic. for HOI.IDAV, V WEDUI.VG, 4 other PEESEJTS.f JrrTrtc, aad How torcodllv t Cash Ontlay. Addresa S WJEreadwav. w lorfe Tcaav ADVERTISE Highland News AdvertisiiiL' will :un new customers, Afiertiii;tr will keen old customers, Advertiii;- ii;icrnl!y always p:iys, Aivertii;iL' iimkes sticco-s ta.y, Advertiinir begets coiiiideiice, Ailvirrt isintr shows enenry, A'Ses'tisiiiL' -hows i Wi. k, Advcrrif-i'i means "biz," Advertii-e or but," Advertise 1 u lt, Advertise well, Adverrifi' N o w , ADVERTISE. nrSSE By fendiiiL' 35 cents, with aire, hetirht, 'color of ey :u.d hair, you will receive F-2 by rt-turn ni:iil a cor ret-1 piotunMif your tnture h!:.l):::id or wile, with name and rSuSL?. rdafe of hi rri:i Andres-., W. POX, Bus 77, Fultonville, N. Y. iuiilnuLnvco Cincinnati Law School. The 47th Annual T.tio of this School heii-B October l'", lTD, and coni inm.- seven inonihs. first year, $jn second year. Fur Cata logues or Circulars address the Dean, Kl'Fl's KING, Cincinnati, Ohio. jy.'4.'ifi-iii'0f sos M. rf-.TTIN;U.I. an't Co. Biistiin. :7 1'arlc Km-, Ni-w Vi.rk, t. l'hi I a-1 el I'll 1:1, itu lint h'H i; 10 tii:c Sire, t ami Ti 1 1 t'liitnnt 1 izeii Aleuts fer pni N'ew in I hp aUjve alv'ertift'im.'nt: lur 1 atit authorised to uuutrael iur adverliaiui: at lowest raua. i'':."'nC:i f a! : a J. K. PICKERING, REAL ESTATE AGENT, Hillsboro, Ohio. Office : Over Kaynes & o.'s 'ore, or. High &. Main Sts., Wiligive special attention to the Buying, Selling and Eenting Eeal Estate Careful and prompt attention given to Surveying, Conveyancing, &c. FOR SALE! House and Lot on Ponth High street, llili.-lwro A go-xi houe of six room.-; good well and cistern, stalling. coal-hot.fe, Ac. A very desirable resi deuce, plea-saullv Mimitcd T'-rnis low. J. K. F'iCliLKlNO, Ueal Estate Agent. jiiMif FOR SALE OH EXCilANCE for Hilborc projKrrTy or land iu Highland county, an exoellt-nt Mill Property in Uigtiland county, with ail the modern i:nprovenient.- for nmnuiHCturiiig Ilour bv the new process-oneot the best water-piwers iu the county in a gooi ueighbortiuod and courroli ing a good custom. For sale low, or will exchange for otner property ou fair terms. J. K. I'll KEFilNO, mylf Heal Estate Agent. For Sale or Exchange for Farm Suburban Town Property in Hiii.-toro.r 7-8 acres, good house and outbuildings, plenty of fruit, Ac. A very desira ble property. Will s I) low, or exchange for tarm land. Apply to J. K. I'lCKEKLNU, K. E. Agent. febiStf Alen, for Sale, on West Main St., nillsboro, a good Business Kormi and property connected. J. K. PiCivhniM;, Iteni Estate Ageut. Uiarl.Wt TEXAS LAND FOR SALE, acres of good land iu Texas, for sale low ; or for exchange lor property iu Highland comity. A cash dittereuce wid be paid on property of greater value than the land. J. K. 1'It'KEUINu, apWtf Real Estate Agent. DAILY HEAT MARKET I SUCCESSOR iO F. ZAXE, ZE 3! isli Street Two Doors South of Smith's Block, Will supply the public daily with n Teal, Mutton. Pork, SAUSAGE-MEAT, HAMS, &c, Of the very best quality, and nt prices as low as auy other etablishm-.-Lt. ' Stores and f;imiiie?-rppiieti with fresh Bo logna. A continuance of the public patronage solicited. Paid tor C;O01) CATTLE AND HOGS. lecl9yl A V 5. SAI3SEOOMS : Union Square, Nev; Ycrk, 154 State Street, CHICAGO, II,L,S. JIAXUFACTUKEF.S OF en eto PLATED WARE. TRADE-MARK FOR SPOONS, FORKS, 4c, 1847, Rogers Eros. A I! These Goods have taken the Certificates oi Award wherever exhibited, both in this and the old Coontries. And the Merio'en Critannia Co. aro the LARGEST and Best Manu facturers in this line in tho Vorld. Asi .your Jeweler for Uiese Goods. anlTvIcAco " P'OTJTZ'S HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS ill enr or rrc ent Piea No Ho R.s s will uie of Colic, lun s or Lr' Fs VKit.if Foutz's powit'ra are n;ed in time. Foiitz's Po A'derw wiil cure anii pre '-n t liof; Cbolkha Foutz's PowieriIi prevnt (r.vi'hs in hin i. Foutz's Powders will hn reuse the rpianri'v of n'iik and cream twenty per cent., aud niiite the l-atu-r G; m and sweet. Font-; '6 Powiiers will enre or prent almnt kvkrt DrEsK to wiii"!i Iir" and C ir:li an- ,i t. FOHTZ'S Povr.;:!:3 WILL GIVK SATISr'AC : :ox. Sold every wrn ' iAVi.O E. 2OTTTZ. TVorrlrtP'-. BALTIilOKi., id. DR. SANFOED'S i if. 1 I' he I lest uiid li(':i)(st l.ivt'r aud l!o! r I'iiil in th.- Wm lil. LIVER, LIT-TS, STOMACH, SPLEEN, BACK A?D KIDNEYS. A5 iMrTtovrii ArpMASCE for SI. CO to Prevent, JiHlieve nn-i cure tlie tulio aic:-.!l: Agile iul Fever, Dumb Af;ue. ChilN. I.lver ComplHiiit. l.tlioTiftnesi. JaiiiKliee, Torpidity, l'nlMri;eiiiiit of tlie Liver, I..imUi!-. Imiie tlitn. ! vpepd;i, sick lleadaelie, lpru.fioii of Spirit, lMillneNs. Want of Appetite, M. liK.ri.tl IltsfiirW. Kiiht (rempiif of tin; Spleen, Apiie Cukf, KhcuiiiHti-iin, Neuritl-ia. Luiu bao. Sciatica, ruiiit in ttie Side, Kack, KuneC ainl lu-le. t or the Kt il f of AHtin:. a t:rrli, H ronel.lt ii. Oiplitheria. Vlipiti Co"i;h, Weak Liiiis; ais. a tireat Keiiui in Jbttinale. WeHkiiHfts and lrrejf ulnrity . Thrt One Dollar Iiid ar within th roach of vnry siifTTTr. Kli ti or Pi.r. "l.e, hurily ntdi- ct1, cunt.tintnit ttiw bt linovTn altil"nt imtimlinia, mnrt will prnv a tumn IoaII.OIiI an 1 Vouo, lnle anil Kmiile. Cn h wnm at nil rim a and un-it- nil OirCtlin-iltnuHB whtwut int4rtinrtr wtl h i'rrn t4 rmnt mmit. By wHartiiK rhia pal ott la- pit nf r hit stum tch mi anv iloctor' liilli. avtiitt taktn nau-wns druK, cor tc.t (lif ntoinacti. ltivttcorttH (Iri liv-r, prevent tiibmia nnw, ahifAirb from ttiti sysiom maS.irial ami contnitloua dlrvi-4, and Qtid rfud it jt u waxit cerlLLiuattM. we aao wud tuein. Price, Hill retrttlur I.lrer aire, SI each. Lartc Ilody Fad. rubber back, Sfi cacb. We aendl them by pot, prepaid), every, where, far atnl near. If not fotiml at youu Drufrirint'a, TAKK 't OTHKK, but lncloe niottnt to us, and you will receive either U wrdered by return mail. AdJrtft C. A. COO K & CO.. Chicago, Aleuts fur U. S. and Canada. MTM BT DRUOUIsTS GENERAXLT. .k.iwk, IHfn.on A Co., WBl.t. arusvl.ta, 4'hlcuaH Mipyljr 4h. ir.de .4 UU4W Hnn ffrlc.a OLD P Salo AT THIS OF 30 cents a hjindred. Storekeeper- wiil le srtviPL' by usiu tliLui us wrapi'iiig piiyvr. 1 T I J MAM IM WinUHA II r l n. rstjbil DUrJi, m hk r -j h m - -.3'steiu to jE3C. T. HELMOOLD'S COMPOUND Finltl Extract UDJJU I'lIAJIMA CEUT1CAL. A SPECFiC REMEDY FOR ALL OP THE For Debility, Loss of Memory, Indispo sition to Exertion or Basiness, Shortness of Breath, Troubled with Thontrhts of Disease, Dimness of Vision, Pain in the Back, Chest and Head, Rush of Blood to the Head, Pale Countenance and Dry Skin. If these symptoms are allowed to" go on, very frequently Epileptic Fits and Con sumption follow. When the constitution becomes affected it requires the aid of an invigorating medicine to strengthen and tone np the system -which HELMBOLDS BUCHU Does in Every Case. HELUBOLD'S BU0E-3U IS UNEQ'JALED By any remedy known. It is prescribed by tha most eminent physicians all over the world, in Rheumatism, Spermator. hcea, Neuralgia, Nrevousness, Dyspepsia, indigestion, Constipation, Aches and Pains, Ceneral Debility, Kidney Diseases, Liver Complaint Nervous Debility, Epilepsy, Head Troubles, Paralysis, Ceneral III Health, Spinal Diseases, Sciatica, Deafness. Decline, Lumbago, Catarrh, Nervous Complaints, Female Complaints, &c. Headache, Pain in the Shonlders, Cough, Dizziness, Sour Stomach, Eruptions, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Palpitation of the Heart, Pain in the reL-inn of the Kidneys, aud a thousand other painful symptoms, are the ofl.-piiuys of Dyspepsia, HELMEOLD'S BUCHU Invigorates the Stomach, And stimulates the torpid Liver, Bowels, aud Kidneys to healthy action, in cleans- lnir the biood of all impurities, and im porting new life aud vigor to the whol A single trial will be quite suffii'ient to convince the must hesitating of its vaiua able remedial qualities. PRICE: 00 per Bottle Or 6 Bottles for $5. Delivered to any address free from ob se rvation. ''Patients" may consult by letter, re ceiving the same attention as by calling. Competent Physicians attend to corres pondents. All letters should be addressed H. T. HELHEOLD, Druggist & Chemist, Philadelphia, Pa. CAUTION! See that the private Propri etary Stamp is on each Bottle. .Sold Everywhere! By29yl DISEASES BlaiioAoys m RAILROADS. C0LDSIBU3 & EIAYSVILLS RT TIME TABLE. (To take effect Thursday, May l, 1S79.) Goine; .outh. Leave. Arrive. Ouing North. liu. 3. So. 1. Stations. fi . . .No. 4. . M. A M. y.M. P.M. 6 m 10 " M. IT. J.ine. 1 30 8 to S:t7 10 U7 Danville Pike Si 6 41 MIT feiiaekel-on's 113 8 33 6.V 10 2'J Cochran's 1 1 6 11 t'H In 38 Blraitrhtout I'i.Vi S 02 6 14 l"4t Coltuian's 12 1 6 ti Mtii Taylorsvilie Vf.vi fit 34 1114 Mov.rvtin li S 7 3a 641 1113 County Line U 1 7 50 Hill Sardinia 110 T 2S Arrive C. & E. K'y Liepot.) Leave. Trains will ran on Tuesdays, Tharsdays and Sarnriiays. Trains gninz Sonth connect at Sardinia with east and went hound trains on Cincinnari A East ern Kaiiwny for Winchester, Fincastle, Mt. Oreo, Slem. Vt illiam burs, Altou, Batavia, South Mil ford, New Kichmond, Newtown, Uatavia Junc tion (Pittsburg, Lincionati 4 St. Louis K'y), and Cincinnati. Trsius ffoing North leave Sardinia oa an-ival of Clnciniaii A Eastern acromiuodutinn and ex press. Train No. I going North manes cl,.se con nection ar M. &. C. Junction with west-hound train on Marietta 4 Cincinnati K. it. tor Lyncn buri;, Wepllxiro, Blauchester, Loveland, Cincinna ti, Oreeudeld. cliinicothe, and all poinu on tna Baltimore & Ohio K. K. C. S. BELL, F. J. PICARD, President, fraylltfj Superintendent. EttABDifiCJlIlBDAI Sfew Time Table, Commrnclag Jluutlay, of.ls, 1S7S. liOLNG EAST. Ch!k and Cin. nillsboro St. Lonia Trains Leave Mail. Eipress.Accoro. Express. Cincinnati,... 6 no a if S15ah 3'5rHluiJOPH Loveiand 7 3D " i " IN " 11 1 " Blauchester.. 8 14 " 10 00 " 8 43 M H ii " Westboro 8 33 " 6 54 " Lynchburg. .. 8 58 " 1 119 " Kussell s H " tl - Ar Hillsboro, 9 40 " ( 44 " New Vienna. SSI " 10 33 " it p 12 Mart N. Lexington 9 08 ' iu 43 a it " li4l" Leesbnri?..,.. 9 14 " 10 49 " 6 46 " 12 4" Oreetnlld 9 38 1110 7li " 1 09 Cllillicotllj;... 10 SO " IS in rx 8 IS trl Hainden 12opx 1 30 3 19 Athens 144 " i 44 " 4 33 " ArParkersb'K 3 30 " .05 " )" GOLNQ WEST. Chil. H. Cin. Fist Line. MaiL Acc Exnress. Parkersbnrg.lo 35 a 7 45 a lmlr Athens 1155 " 9 29 " 1150" Hnmden 1 12 p 11 04 1 3a Clnliicothe... 41 " loop 5 00a itl" Greenrteid 3 39 " SOI " R no " S 19 " Leesbnnr 4 01 " 2 2 tiS - 3 4S " N. Lexinon 4 OS " 2 33 " 6 34 ' 3 47 ' New Vienna. 4 1" S 50 - 51 ' 4 oi " Blanehester.. 4 5t " 3 3't " 7 3 " 4 37 " Loveiand 5 27 - 4 IT " 8 22 " S'!7" Ar Cincinnati 6 40 " 843 " 9 45 " 30" HILLSBORO AD CINCINNATI. Accom. MalL Leave Hillsboro 3o a. . 1 sor. a. " Russell's C 48 " 1 i " " Lvnchburg 7 03 2 32 " V'esthoro 7 17 " 3 OS " " Blanehester 7 3 " 4 51 " " Loveiand 8 22 " 5 27 " Arriveat('ininnat1 t 45 " 40 " SCIOTO TALLET EilLWAY. Takin? effect Jlooday, May 19, 1879. T.-aina will ran as toiiuwa : SOINO sottth. Expref t. Leave Colnmhue 7 30 a m; am"v Circleviiie 8 63, C'hillicothe 9 47, Waveriy 10 4J a m, arrives at Ponnmoath 12 vo m. Mail Leaves t'olnmbos 3 '.it p m; arrive Cir cleviile 4 6 ChiHicitue 5 4ii, Waveriy ft 43, ax. ive at Porirmioiith 8 uupm. Fmt Krt;i?ht and Accommodation Leavee Chil licoihe 5 1Aa m., arrive Waveriy l 17 am, furt mouto 9 a m. GOISQ NORTH. Mail Leave Pongmouth 4 0) am; arrive Wa veriy 6 1$, chiilicotbe ti 15, Ciixleville 7 08, Coium-bu-S :t;. Express Leaves Portamoath 13 15 p m; arriva Waveriy 1 40 p ni. Chiliicolhe '2 37 p m, Circlevili Z M p m, LVIunibue 4 66 p m. Fast Frtii:inand Accoujimxiftfion Leaves Porta month 4 15 pm; arrive Waveriy ft 46, ChiliicotQ 6 JO p m. Ail trains dailyeicept SaDday. Con ntrc turns at Coianibua v.itb P. C. & St. L. Tiy. for Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wa-ihiDton City aiid New York, tor Cbicauo, iDdiacapoiit, St. Luia and all western points; for Cincinnati, Dayton and points on Little Miami Divinitm. Witti B, ft U. K. K. for Chicago, Baltimore, Washington, Newark and Zancsville. Wih C. C. C. Jt L K. K. f r Cleveland and Buffalo and point north. Wild Columbus A Toledo K. R. for Delaware, Toledo, Detroit and the went. With C. 6. A C. R. K-for Londrn, Sprintleld, Pandusky and Cincinnati. With C. Mt. V. Jt c. R. R- for Cleveland and Mt. Ver non At Circieville with C. A M. V. R. R. for Lan caster, Zauesville, Walnetoii C. H.. Wilmintiton and points west. At Chi'ncothe with M., C. R. R. for Camden, Athens, Cincinnati and intermrdiai poinu. At Waveriy with S. J. P. R. R. for Jaclc son. At Porsmonth by Steamers for Imnton, Pnme roy, Gallipoiis, Maysville and Han tint? oo, cod oectini: with Chesapeake A Ohio R. R. for Char lottesville, Gordonsville, Va., Ricbmond, Va., and alt points in Soiith-Atiantic atates. GED. CHAN 01. KW, J. B. PKTEH. General Ticket Aent. Huperinteuoent. rr vr' f A WEEK In your oo town, and no capital ricked. Yon can ifive tha but i nesti a tna! without expense. Trie best opportunity ever offered fr hoe M illinff t4 work. You should ry norhiut? else until you see lor . ourseif w tiat yoo can do at the b twi nes we ttfer. No room to espiaia here. You can devote all yoor time or only your spare time to the bnsinens, and make gTf at pay f,ir every hour that yon work. Women make as much men. Send for special terms and particulars, which we mail free. Ontht free. Don't com plain of hard times whi'e vou have such a chanc. Addresa H. HALLETT A CO., Por'land, MaiLe. itlt.yl To Inventors and Mechanics! PATENT? and how to obtain them. Pamphlet! of 60 paes free, upon receipt of stamps for post age. Address Gilmore, Smith & Co., Solicitors of Patents, Box 31, nov2Stf Wnhinstnn, D. C Dnr,CQT P! flPC JL r0 Clneionatl, O., tion to Mail OKDKKi for book and tatiouerT. Thlr Caraioiru and Monthly Bulletin of New Hooka will ne iouim verv cocveDieni in wiciiiiy booiES to nurchae. esrvcially to persona livina at a diuace from large boo&atorea. VALUABLE CATALOGUES. Th folltneint art jmi m tM netipe of J tXrtt-ctM stamp wcA.' AEricuItnre. Hortlcnlture, Floriculture, Stock, Fruit, etc. Architecture. Building, Carpentry, Tentila Hon. etc. Bohn'a Llbrarien. With Oassiflfd TndT. ttlucationu ocieuce of Teaching, kindergarten, etc. Eneinerill5. Mining, Mechanics, Manufac tures, etc. Tine Art. Drawing, Fainting-, Sculpture, Cera mics, etc. Juvenile. Books for the yon eg. Seta and singla volunjv-. Law. snort Title List, arranged by AatiiorV Names. Law. Catalogue of Old, Bare, and Valuable Lair Mmiical, Short Title List, arranged by Author's Names. Pharmacy, etc. Tor Dnnrrlit. Periodical. American and British. Political Kconomy.-Finance. Inlilatior., etc School. Text Book for Sohoo'i and Co; i . fetat.onery. For Eugineera, BaQiiera, iiexenaata, eic. Theolorr. Claatflfd hr Sab)-t.. A Monthly Uulletin of New Books Th following art tmU onlg on rteript tf tU pricu Americana.-General and Local Htsio-y.Travela, Mioifraphv. -tc. 3z6 paifs. Fr.ee. jflcent-. General Catalogue ni i'holce book for the Li brary. Claidrd. itOpiir-. lrmo. Frlce.iicenta. Law. Digest or Law Fuoilcauoo, Ktporta, eu. ;o natr. lmo. Frier, cents. Medical. ' Unified rntainrne of Amrlran a?i4 Hritift MHliciU and Surtfical Book. Ferin.j tai TransaetlonM,etc. i44;iatns. limo. Frice. 2icent Litter of aaffviry meet wxtk prompt ttrtio. liOBJtET CLARKE CO., f utjLuijers aad Book -eUer?. Ci.Nci.An. (X jnnl 'vt A MONTH ganranteed. f day made at tmrae by the indas tnoas. 4'aiital not required; e will start yoa. Men, women, Toys and irls make money fast at wort for us than at anv rhii.ff else. The wort is liht and pleasant, and such a any one iro riL'ht at. Those who are wise who see his not ire will send us th'ir addrena at once and ee fur themselves. Costly outfit and terms free. Vm i- th.; time. Those already at work are lay ii'tr np larire sums of miuey. Address TKt'K Jfe ''., Aui'ista, Muiue. juiOyl Emigration Bureau of Penn'a. T. J. MMRE, Pres Barnharts Mills, Penn'a H. W. .sTIiiCKLKK, Sec....:. Smiihrteld St., Fma. KKV. A. s. T1H li.N K, Traveling An't and Cor. Sec. I. II. BoW.MAN, Att'y A TransMirtatD Manager. Persons de-irin? informatioD concerning luds, UK-alifies, Homes, Homesteads, routes of travel and ra'es of transportation should at once artdreaa J. H. iH',VM N or RiiV. A. S. THoKNB, K.iitor Milierstawn Review, bamhurta Mills, Butler Co., Pa. njarl;itf CRAY'S S EC1FIC MEDICINE, TRADE V&RH The r.rest Enir-TRADE V. lish Eensdy, will promi.iiy raui raliv cure any A eujry cae of Nervous I'ebili ty A Weakness, result of Indis- j; cretion, exi'ess V a. 4 1 or overwork of "'-.-,.. foie Taking the hrain t uer- '""V v voua system; iBiitaCi Xaiiui herfectly harmfesp. acts like maiic, and has beer extensively used for over thirty years with, great Sucre1. jfKull partictilars in our pamphlet, wh'ch we ilesire to send tree by mail to evt-ry one. fThJ Specific Medicine is sold by ad dnirists at f I per package, or six pnekatrei for or wilt be sent tree by mail on receipt f the mom-v bv addressiLg THE OKA Y MKUICI2.S Co., Mechanics' Ulock. Detroit, Mich. n"Sold in Hillsboro by W. K. bmith A Sin, and by ail dmista everywhere. )ulyl Tt$,) A TEAK, or to f-t) a day in your own locaii- y. No rink. Women do na -veil as. m o. Many maka norethao the amount star--h1 above. No one caa fail Co maktj money fast. Any one can do the work. Y'a jnn m iti.-tnnu 5 cts. to fi an hour by dt-votiuij y.iur evenings and spare time to ttiH business. It roKt-j nothiiii! tit.y the bii-inesa. Notbine like it for money ntakint; ever tdferei bef re. BaHinesa pleassnt and strictly honorable. Reader, if yoo want to know al! abotir the best paying businewa bffi.rr the p;ibi:r, send ns your address and we wiils,-ndvou full p-irtii-'iiara and private terms free; s.nr.pi"s worth $" aiso free; you can th-n tke up your miud for yonr-elf. Address iKO, & CO., Fortland, Mairnj, jiL?Jyl m fell!!