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LOCAL NOTICES. PUBLIC SALE. Tiie I" rig-i( J ill cffer 'or le at u -.lilie mi.-tien, at tin: lute re ulcnie of ilic epl Joseph 1'. l'mton, "w cem-n', nil Ve nes ilav, August Hlli, SS, U-gini. rig at 10 o'cl.x k. A M., Uie follow inn nii ed gooils and chattels: Four Milcli Cows ami C'ulvis, 4 head of Yearling Cattl.', llor.-es, vd bead of Feeding Hog", 12 Sows with Pigs, 15 Sheep, Fine HaruucUe and Harness, Kiudi-lukur W'ugon, oiic other Farm Wagon, Farming: liujleni( nts, Hav :i mow and ntai k, W heat n bushe', crop of growing C'rn, Household Gjoda, and many other aitiol. 8. Terms Purchases ani'iuiiiiiiK to $.i r leKH. to be paid in ea-u ; atove that nan , notes on nine mouths, with approvi d Mir ties, will be taken. H ('. HAHKLTf. jy.'.tw'i Exrof Jo8- 1 mum, a-xu. XOHCK lO THE Fl'BMC. Srwcll'H flouring Mill. T nil if mv old customers, arm the niacy new ones uliutii I hope to get, I will say aat 1 have taken i.k.irge of our f lour inir MU!s, and with the improved machin ery. I am prepared to make a No. 1 grade of Family Flour ISET1 Ell than any other mill, not supplied with the same kind oi machinery. We propose to make MOKE flour to the bushel, and a I3E LIEU quali ty, and do the ork in l-iss time 'han any other mi'l in t'te coiaty. Cull and try us. jy...L.wL. W. C. JEWELL. I. A. FEIIIEL will sell during The -xt Ttiirlj- I.ICIIT SIMMER COATS, WHITE VESTS, LIGHT COLORED CASS. PANTS, at net cost for cash. Persons needing any of the above goods will do well to call and examine this stock, as they will be sold as advertised. Men's Summer Coats from 33c to 3.00, sold formerly S3 per cent, higher. Roys' Summer Coats from 33c to $1.00. All my light g.jods w ill be sold in li e same proportion, as I desire to sell them oil' and make room for my fall stock. jylotf I. A. FEICEL. Ph finer ! Look llre! Osborne Self-binding IIa'rv.tcrf Wheeler Xo. 6 Heapers, Whoeler Xo. 5 Mowers, Diemur Breaking Plows, Hamilton Cultivators, Hughijs Sulky Plows, Hootier 2-H orse Grain Drill, Hoot ier Fertilizer Drill, Young Hoosior 1-IIune Drill, Oae Hagerstown Fertilizing Drill, Tuoruas Sulky Cake, Tiger Sflf Dump llake, Studebaker Farm WagoDR, Sttidebaker Sprin-r Wagons, liaydock Buggies, Wright Corn Planters, For le atid w arranted by Jamhs Lkkck, and KEtcE & Overman, N. W. driver Main and West streets, Hdlsboro, O. jniou.2 OLD PICTURES Copied, Enlarged and Painted in India Ink or Water-Odor, for $2. GEO. T. EY L.VXD, LVaW jn Pictures and Frames, X. E. Corner of Walnut & High Sl. jllSlf " IV lie 11 Yon Come to Town, gel your dinner at PARK ECS Restaurant, Xo. 9 High street, Opposite Court House. feb26tf Tu Lovers of Fine Horn n. I will remain on the Hillshoro Fair Grounds during the ensuing summer ami will keep a nuui'.ier of Fine Thoroughbred Stallions of well known trotting stock. aprf Ihi. I). It. STRAIT. Ikl'j,H Markfl Yon will tiud the best lleef, the best Pork, the best Jersey Sausage, the bust Ken tucky Corned Beef, the best Lard. Cf Nothing but go d, sound, healthy stock nsed, at bottom prices. cov28tf Kuoklt'irn Arnica alT". The Best Salve ia the world for Cuts, Bruises. Sores, Ul'ers, Salt Kheiitn, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Cuilblains, Corns, aud all kin.is of Skin Eruptions. This Salve is guaranteed to give perfect sntisfaction in every case, or money refundrd. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Seybert A Co. octlWyl The Hone and Muscle producing Malt, tiie Xerveqtiieling Hop, the superb Malar ial antidote Quinine, and other precious ingredients, combined without fermenta tion, are the ingredients of "Malt Litters,'' prepared by the Malt Hitters Company. jy2(.lw4i'X). Republican Campaign Documents. With a view to a thorough distri bution of such documents as will ad vise the country of the objects and aims of the Democratic party, the Republican Congressional Commit tee has decided to supply Commit tees and all other persons with such speeches and documents as it may from time to time publish, Llded, en veloped, and (when frankable) frank ed if desired, for distribution, at the following exceedingly low rates : t. bMttii of Hon. Jh. A. GariK-ld, Mirch 17, is-i. -n,eN'-w iii nattion." 1. r Its), 211 cts. 2. S-ecti nl Hon. iiiivid r. Kiciia dson and ut Mum. Knliarit tn.irh-v. M:irrti 1. Is u. 't'ontri IjBiiyns for Political fin l.'S'-s." IVi l', Sct. a. ho.- !i nl Hun. M.nk H. Dunne I, M.in;n IS. IsmI. "i'olincjil liijrri Mii"i the irnieot ot Im jhirmiit I'niilii: Mi'ti-iin-s." IVr t-'H, -uctg. 4 fHM'i li in nun. 111. 1 r rye, .miitcii s'i, iish. Ttie Fm;iii':ijl Keeord of t'.ic Ki-imiilicau Party '' 1'T Hi". 4" cents. .". Letter if ttie S'-cr:tary of tho Trvaanry. Shovi.)g the roet of lli War of t tie; Ketielliou from July 1, 1S01, to Juue 3, iT9, ii.ciusive Per lihl, .V cents. I. . Sie.-chof Hon. Wm. Winitotn, June 14, lssil. The Southern Exikiiis." 1'er 111", S'l ceutc. 7. SjMM-h of tluu. James A. Oiurielil, Setitum tw.r I'.i, ts74, in Wurren, Ohio, in rrAy to a Lacks oil trs ottirlat character ami cartfer. "Tested and t.i.-l.nini-it." 1'er lin, .V) cents. . S., i . h of lion. .I..I111 H. K.iker, June II. issu. i-.ieiil!iiires of ttie t.iiveruuieiit, aud -ilenio-craiic Kelorm.'" Fer I' e, 4i cents. 9. speech of Hon. (ieu. M. Kotieson, April 111, ls-wl. "Tiie Duty ul i'reec. ving lJeace at Klec tiiins." fer IK), 4o cenls. tu. The tirent Vsurii.aion. The Confederate Oligarchy iu Couress." iJer l'H), So cents. II. Speech ot il'HJ. .lames A.Oarfielit, March 9, 1s;d. Revolution iu Cnllgretis." 1'er li', 4U tents. VJ. Siieecti of Flon. James A. Garfield, June JT. l7it. 4"li.-vival ot 6lile .-5 jvereignly iu Co.iijress. 1 1'er Jon, 4'i cents. 1:1. sjwech ot Hon. Klhrifli'e O. I.aplia u, -Iu 11, WMi. 'The IliU-rity ol ll;e ie;.tlly M ;ich .1' U." i'er l'"l, Ml cents 14. General i.artield's Minority Reisirt iid Hi!, (ti. K, No. tils-;) cham-'ii'g the duties on lew i hand and scroll iron, and on hill It. N-. tii-vs) chanu'iliir duties lipou certain articles, i'er ton, 2ii cents. 15. Nj.eccli of Hon. James A. Garfield, June 14, lKTs. -The Wood Tai nt Hill." i'er 1, ' cut. Hi. SM-ectl of Hon. fed ward H. Kollins, M..y !, lsso. "Jelnocralic Ine-t!L'atious and l'oiitical Taelirs." fer luo, 8u ceuls. 17. Kxtracts Irolll sundry Bpeeches of linn James A. G.irtlciJ. 'A sutesuiau's Words." fer loo, 40 cents. Is. Sainein German. I'er Ufi, 3u cents. 1W. Speech ot II. hi. Win f. l-rye, March '0, lo. '-'Ine Ki ianeia! li--c ir-l ol in.- Reputiiicau i'arty." In t ieriliau. ferteo, 4 cti'-. jii. T'!irt Hoine-lea.l I'.- i- .,1 tie.- Ueputilicaii Tarty. 1'er 1 ", - i . tils. l'lejse accomp.my order with drart or money order for the amount, payable to the order of tieo. Frs. Dawson, Treasurer of the Republi can Congressional Committee, 13 1 7, !' street, Northwest, Washington, D. C. Einv'o Mi.Theksox, Sec'y. Jay A. Hl uiiki.i., Chm'n. At the Ross County Democratic Convention reHolutions w re passed strong'y endorsing Hon. Ar.-h Miiyo for Congress, nud the) delegates were instructed tone all houorable means to secure Lis nomination. Kjks will come np to HiliKboVo Bolid for Mr. Mayo. 7T iiii.i.shui-.oi tu. oiiiu. ,u,locn.v JULY 29,1823 ' mmmmma 1 ' FOK PRESIDENT, JAMES CARFIELD, or ohio. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, CHESTER A. ARTHUR, or SI YOBK. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Fur Secretirjr of State, CHAK1.KS TOWNfEND, oi Allicna county. Juit:e ol Supreme Court, UEOUUE W. .MclLVAlSE, of Tuecairawa. t'lwrk of Supreme Conn, MVIUHT CKOWE1X, of A.liUbul. Member of Board of Public Works. 8. R. IIOSMER, of Mutkingilm. State Comniiitkioner of School:, D. F PeWOLF, of Summit. TfllS PAPER Will be sent daring the Cam paign to single subscribers, or Clubs, for 1, 2, 3, or 4 months, at the rate of TEN CTS. A MONTH, Cash in Advance, Closing with the full returns of the Presidential Election. Commence now, or at any time desired. I-if An extra copy FREE to any one sending in a club of 10 names with the money. E-T? Subscribers in a club may be at different post-offices, and for different length of lime. Get up clubs at every post-office. a Dr. Tanner, the Iowa man, who is attempting to fast for 40 days in New York, living like the chameleon, on air, with the addition of a few ounces of water daily, completed the 29th day of his fast last Monday, and bids fair to accomplish his undertaking. He is closely watched, night and day, to prevent his eating, and the result is awaited with much interest. The Dr. has lost over 27 pounds weight, but is cheerful and confident. Fully Exonerated. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Kmpiirer recently charged our form er townsman, Col. E. J. Blount, stew ard of the Columbus Insane-A-iyluin, with crookedness in the purchase of a barrel of alcohol for the institution, in other words, that he paid more than the market price and divided the difference vith the seller. No one who knows the Colonel would for a moment believe him guilty of such an act, and therefore we are glad to see that the .Hoard of Directors, after a thorough investigation, com pletely exonerated him, and express ed their entire confidence in his in tegrity. Many of the leading business men of Columbus testified to their longTacquaintance with the Colonel, and their high eslimation of his char acter. t Democratic State Ticket. The Democratic State Convention, held at Cleveland last week, nomina ted the following candidates, and adopted the Democratic National platform, hard money and all, as "the State platform, thus burying the "rag baby" for this campaign at least: Secretary of State Judge Vm. Lang, of Tiffin. Supreme Judge W. B. Follett. Clerk of Supreme Court Richard J. Fanning, present incumbent. Hoard P. Works W. J. Jackson. Sttte School Commissioner J. J. Burns,' present incumbent. Presidential Electors at Large R. P. Ranney, J. F. Follett. Democratic Congressional Convention. At this writing, it looks as if Archie Mayo, Esq., of Ross couuty, has the inside track for the Demo cratic nomination for Congress in this district. Mr. Dickey, however, is looming up as a candidate, at the eleventh hour, as indicated by the contest for delegates made by his friends in his own township, in which they were successful, though by a bare mtjority, aud after strong op position, lie has heretofore been regarded as virtnlly out of tl)6 race, having remained silent as to his in tentions, while the other gentlemen, who aspire to be his successors, h ive been industriously at work. The plan of his friends seems to be, to hold him in reserve for any contin gency, and spring him upon the Con vention at the proper moment, should there seem to be a chance for sue cess. Ross county will coine up solid Cor Mayo, as first choice, with ex-Congressman Noal in reserve, us a dark horse. The delegites chosen from thin township are understood to be for Mayo, unless Mr. Dickey should be presented as a candidat-. ia which case they would support him The Convention will bit held in Music Hl!, in thin pine.;, to-morrow, (Wednesday,) July 2Sth. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. The R-puhlicitna of Highland County, Ohio, are notified to meet t the nsiul pi tees of voting in the ilifF. rent townships und precincts of the ooni'tv. ON SATURDAY, August 7, 1880. at 2 o'clock V. SI and procond to select in bu -h tn inner ns they may determine upon, delegates to the Repuhlicm fount)- Convention, to be held in Hillblx.ro, ON TUESDAY, August 10, 1880. According to the b sis of repre sentation, as fixe 1 by the County Central Committee, the townships and precincts will send delegates as follows: Tjwuships. N. peli-.a'.-F. Brashcreik, N. P 2 . P 3 Concord 3 Clay 4 Dodson 3 Fairfield y Hamer 2 Jacksou 2 Liberty, N P 7 " S. P 8 MadiBon 10 Marshall 2 Market 9 Paint, N. P 3 " S. P 4 Perm 4 Salem 2 Union 3 Washington 2 Whiteoak 2 Total 76 The Convention will meet ut the Court House, in Hillsboro, prcmptly at 10 o'c'.ick A. M. for temporary or ganizati n By order of Rep. Cen. Com. Ci'RUS NEWBY, C im'n. K. L. Boaiidmas, See'y. Time Changed. The annu d National Ueiinion of Soldiers and Sailors will be held at Canton on Wednesday, September lat, 1880 Tiie Committee have fixed this .1 ite itistoad of September 14th, Iinr-tofore unnonncel. in order to socure the attendance of President Hy'8 in. I General Sherman, from w!) mi they h tve positive assnr.ince of their pres"nee and p.irtieip itioi. in tho c.treuiuniefi of tli-tt day. The following regiments have nl rn ly siguifidd their intention to In present : Tho 4 h. 19th, 231. (Pri dent tlnyes's regiment,) 32 1, 75th, 104th, 107th, lloth, 41st O. V. I., and the Fifth U. S. Colored troops. Dr. Cock's regiment, and the 1st, 3d, and 2Gth Ohio Bitteries. Exchanges will pletse notice the change of date- from the 14th to tie let of September. Reform at the Athens Asylum. The Athens Messenger says : Democratic reform iu the Athens Asylu n is iilustr itml in th ft:t that Dr. It ttt'-r f.itin I f rty mora p iid etnplovi's hanging on th r ragged edg.t "f !? ins itiiMon. nn his ri tnrn tfu r , thnii when lie left ther. two years ago, notwithstanding the num ber i)f pi'i.-ut.sj in the Asylum is ma teri.l.y less now than then. Thest 8up"i"M'i':i-'r trie worn of the nam her of iittn ii.-s 1 hat wi-ro unceremo-nin-i!v ri.itim-. 1 at tho beginning of the wi k. Tiie ;r.j '.l f r pituv-s attioug the Deni.jcr its whs so gr.iat that when when the Democr its '-amc into pow er under Bishop, ex'ra super DU'uertiries were put in all the de pirinients. Tue ''ngem Stables'' are now being cleaned ontj under Republican rule. Th" Messenger of the same date says also : It would h .ve rt-qnired a good siz -d baski-t to hav. 1 held the heads which foil tin ler the guillotine of re form at Hie Ath-ns Asylum this week, th-nnw Sti:iiinten lnnt, having begnn the wee ing out proei ss ovi-r iere with a vigorous hand. Indeed, the mi'nstir"d treid nf the deeapit i tated attachs-s, wiin with (hi ir heads under their arms and to Hie solemn cadences of the d ;ad march, directed their forlorn course from the Asylum grounds on these sev . eral d tys, maln np a truly mournful procession We ndd in thi connection that,, the discharged employos wef" regarded by Dr Kut ter -.8 more ornamental Imn usefti! in fact, as not. being needed at all an 1 as a cons' (juene the pity roll will show that un act 11 d Riving of1 ?:1.0.'H( nnnui iv Ims been effected by their lisi h trge to tho people of the State Very Unlike His Brother. Chicago Tribune : Among the prominent men in the Western Re serve is Junius Din-t, of Warren, O., a brother of Charles A Dana, of the New York Sun. At one time Mr. Dana lost his c jnfi ljnco in Garfi jld, anldil m!1 ha could to oppose his nonination and election to Con gress. But that tituo h:n p tsse 1. The noble, manly statomont of Gen eral Garti-tld in refutation of the cow ardly aasuilts made upon him an 1 his good nataM, c n.v ucod him th it Garfield had been true to biunell aud the grant principle of right wh c'l w is bora iu him He w ik td for his success the l ist time he r:in for Congress, w is also active on hi side in the Smitoria! cimp i'gn, und has come oat strongly in his fiv.ir since the nomin ition, expressing un bounded confidence in his ability tin 1 integrity, and promising to do all th'it lies iu him to socurd his t-l:-tion. Indeed, he went so far as to make an unnsittMy strong speech at a ratification tn-eting at Warren the other ovening, in which he gave the nominee his fa 1 and cordi d supp rt. The Kansas City Times (D .an ) considers the nomination of Girfield as one of the strongest the Conven- tion could have made. "The Demo cratic party may as well con f rout that fact at t.ho outset, lest from over confidence they perpetrate 'a fool's errand at Cincinnati by tuo nomin 1-1 tion of a ciudidito who c.in load them only to defeat.'' The Toledo Blade is certain that Garfield will have 200 electoral votes. Roscoe Conkling and Carl Schurz will 1. i!.c part in the Ohio campaign. The fellow who yelped for "Hang ck" the other day must be aSurrat I cmocrat. General a i l Mrs. Grant will short ly visit G neral and Mrs. Gar '.eld at their h jtne in Mentor. The News is sent 4 months, or until after the Presidential election, for o cents, or on'y 10 dents a month. Ju Igi- LaAteuco, of Bellefoutaine, has been appointed and has accepted tho First (Jomptrollership of the Treasury. (iovernor Foster savs that Garfield and Arthur will carry every northern St.ite. President Hayes is of the same opinion. Garfield has had a Colorado min ing town named after him, the vote standing 58 to 11 between "Garfield" and "Junction City." For sis s 1 ioa-isive Presidential eleeti ms the D jiu icrats have never failed to claim Pennsylvania "with confi lencj,'' and have never failed to be victims of misplaced confidence. Tiie report that Mr. English has contributed Sio to the Democratic c impaign fund is not generally be lieved. While an exceedingly liberal man, Mr. English is not a spendthrift. Sen itor Conkling is not going to Europe, but is going salmon fishing for a wsek or two, after which he will give the Democracy of New York a shaking up t nit they will nev er forget. Don Cameron says be will give the campaign iu Pennsylvania his pur son il supervision. We believe there is no more ch ince for II ineock to carry his native State than there is for G.irfield to carry Kentucky. Thj t.vo-hnndredth anniversary of the disaovery of St. Anthony's falls was celebrated at Minneapolis, Minn. About 15,000 people were in attend ance. General Sherman, Hon. E. B Washburne, and other notables were present. The "rag baby" is done for at last. It died a year ago, when E ing was beaten, but its funeral Un k place at Cleveland last week, when the Ohio Democracy indorsed the National Democratic hard ruony platform. The crop report of the agricultural department which was made public July 16, shows that the corn crop is larger by far than ever before ; that the cotton crop is equal to the best of former years, and that the wheat yield is up to a high average, with a slight increase in acreage. Detroit Post and Tribune : Gen eral Hancock has himself never been a laboring man, so as to be practi cally identified with their interests, and feelings, and desires. General Garfield began his life as a laboring man, who worked for wages, and he has all his life been in close sympathy with the working classes. We learn that Mr. M. J. Pulliam, one of the staunch Republicans of Salem tp , will be a candidate for County Commissioner before tie Republican Convention. He is a good man, and well qualified, besides being in the part of the aounty which seetui to have the strongest cl dim to the office. Maud S , Vanderbilt'a fast mar , trotted the fastest mile ever made ag iinst another horse in a race at Chicago last Sattu d iy, against Trink et. Tiran 2:134. Her driver held her up on the l ist, quirter, and says if he ha 1 let her out, she could have easily m ide it in 2:12. Good judges pronounce her the f is test trotter in tho world. Elis m's litest invention, the electric . railroad, is pronounced a complete success, by th N Y. Her ald, ife pr .p.is s to m ike a public exhi;'iti'iii of throe miles of road and run a train over it ly electricity, at a speed of 40 mil- s nil h -ur, some time in September, when he will al so light up six miles of streets with bis electric lumps. Portsmouth Tribune : We are re liably informed that negotiations are no'.v pending in New York, looking to the purchase of the Scioto Valley railroa 1 by Mr. Hunting jn, which, if accomplished, will result in the connection between the Chesapeake an 1 Ohio and Seioto Valley roads on the Kentucky side of the river, and the construction of a bridge across the Oiiio at this place. Ex-Lieut. Gov. Hart left for Georgetown on Monday, to attend the Republican County Convention on Tuesday, an 1 open the campaign ia Brown county with a speech. He addressed the Republicans in George town a year ago, and they were so well pleased that they invited him to return this year. He is an able aud effective speaker, and we hope ho will be frequently heard in this county and the State at large during the campaign. Gen Hancock and Mr. English, tho Democratic candidates for Pres ident and Vice-President, were offi cially notified of their nominations ou the 13th, at General Hancock's hea lqaarters, on Governor's Island, New Y'ork harbor, Mr. English be ing there at the time on a visit to the General. They both responded briefly, accepting tho nominations, and promising to express their views more ai iengin in lueir lormai letters of acceptance, which are expected to appear during the present week. [Correspondence of the News. WASHINGTON LETTER. WASHINGTON, D. C. July 24, 1880. Secretary Schurz made his first important campaign speech at In dianap3lis last week, ami being his first, and by one so intimately con nected with the administration,, the positions he assumes and the issues he puts forward may be taken as an index to those of the campaign now commencing. It appears to Secre tary Schurz, and I have no doubt but that he is agreed with by the class whom he addresses, that the con scientious voters are not now satis fied that the Democratic party can be trusted, or that a higher degree of prosperity or good government could be secured by a change of par ties. In speaking of his speech, and the truths it calls attention to, the New York Tributic -a.-: "No doubt the Rep tbl c in policy has been marred by many errors. But the tendency has been steadily toward the maintenance of the pub lic faith, toward the its : of a sound currrency, and toward the reasonable encouragement of our industries. Is there any reason whaicver to hope that a change w mid be f r the better?" These considi rations present them selves forcibly to t ie mercantile and and industrial interests of t'ie country to men who, without prejudice, vote for the party that by it; princi ples and policy brings pro -perity, and that party they will support. The manufacture of political ban ners has already beco.ne a nourish ing industry, and the sales are re ported to be enormous every day. The preparations indicate that the present canvass is lobe crried on in gorgeous style. Each party will attempt to excel the other in the gor geousness of its get-up, and though this thing will cost lots of money that will doubtless be forthcoming. Usually, the "brag" part of a cam paign commences late. This time the Democracy adopted a new plan. I find among ihe dispatches received, some from Iowa, claiming the State, some from Vermont, which are just as silly, and so on through the States which are sure to go for Garfield by the usual majority as the sun is to rise on the 2d Tuesday of November In fact, the regular reports receiv ed here and in New York, by the committees, indicate no important change either way certainly none toward the Democratic party or its candidates. LEO. Ohio Editorial Association. The members of the Ohio Editor ial Association are hereby notified that the next annual meeting will n t be held until after the Presiden tial election in November. Mid-sum mer excursions save to northern lat itudes are wearing on brain and body, and I find it impossible to ar range for an excursion that will be plea9aut and profitable unless I take the month of July or August The Democratic Nati nal Convention is not to be held until the 22 1 of June. Tae Democratic State Convention is then t ) be held, an 1 when these conventions are over we are in mid su'nmor. I have arranged for an in teresting and instructive trip into new regions, to come off after the November election, due and timely notice of which will be given to the members of the Association. The po litical campaign now about to begin will engender more or less bitterness among the brethren. A re-union of the contending forces after the bat tie will restore harmony and renew old friendship. I have therefore de cidod to postpone the annual meet ing until November, when I expect to offer the craft a dish fit to set be fore a king. I feel confident that tho program I have in hand will satisfy the most fastidious, and will meet the expecta tions of those who have intrusted to my care the in'erests of the Associa tion. Meanwhile I cordially invite to this city and to the islands of the Lake any of thi members who will accept my informal hospitality. The Ohio press will confer a favor by giving this information general notice. I. F. MACK, President. Sandusky, June 1G, 18S0. Of Mrs. Hancock as a girl, nn old friend is quoted by the Courier-Journal as savins' : "She was tall and graceful in all her m ivements, a de cided blonde, and remarkibly pretty. Her manners were chaste and elegant, of the unexceptional 'form or style' of the high bred Virginian or Ken tucky lady of thirty years ago. bue was a lovely girl, and almost nniver sully admired, and I would add, she was as much beloved as admired be cause she possessed qualities of heart that far out-weitr led the great per sonal beauty that distinguished her. As I said before, her 'form or style' was vory (listuujue, elegant an I self poised ' Republican Courage in the South. New York Tribune : Oje cann it but admire the courage of the Re publicans of the Sixth Mississippi Congressional District. This is the famous shoe-string district, which tba nntni-inna fi. noval PhftlmerS hllS succeeded in currying of late by ... 11 1 u f,., 1 moans of the most shameless fiaml and bulldozing. The Republicins j have determined to make an attempt to recover it, and have nominated ! John It. Lvnch. who represented j . , , .1 1 1. v them in Congress before the shotgun. : In his letter of acceptance he tells the i Democrats some unpalatable truths. He recites the means taken to sup- IU t 1 i nn I h 1 I press the Republican votes, and ch.il- , lenges any one to refute his state-: ments. The menace of the solid South, he declares, will ft w iys be ! ti i: a M i ni;i 11, ! I. 11 V former concludes to allow a free and , untrammaled expression of opinion ; at the polls there will be a section il issUe of wbk'h outh has no right ! ll..e : ug lier- aid prints the letter, but makes no i attempt to defind its party from Mr. Lynch's charges. I Tried to Escape. Tom Allen, who was sent nj to the pen itentiary from this enmity, last year, for burglary ami larceny, ami another, prison er, inline I i' e, frooi Mi imi eoiinly, trieil to escape on Weil-ies.lay ni ;'!t ..f last wee!; They hiil tboinselv in a i-l ise' of the. i.l!o house, where tin y liml f . -m 1 f.iraemp'e of weeks, on account of haio their haniis burned (no tlou'it pirposelyj. unit wer not found until next morning. Their plan, it ia snpposeil, was to create, the impression that they had eseapo 1, ami then w itch for unnifl f urnriili'ii nmnri n ti it r t -li.. a.nf 1111. . ' "'. perceived by the guards. 1 hey will prol . ably be watched a little closer hereafter. I 1 NEW MARKET. Some threshin" done in our tp. The farmers say the wheat does not pan out ns they anticipated. We surmise that those young folks who took supper at the Steward House Sabbath evening before last, were never away from their patents before. They meed up and down the streets as if they had been wild animals, just let out of a ea'e. We sup press names this time. Miss )llie Vance was treated to a sur prise by her young friends on Saturday evening, I'lih inst. A good time was had, ami some 75 or 80 were present. The old-fashioned potato-bugs are cleaning everything up in this section, as they journey along. Mrs. Donohoo died on the (ith, and was buried in the Straightout cemetery. A. C. MARRIAGES. Mc ISTYRK WOI.l'. At the resilience of the bride's lather. July 23 1, ISso, hy Kev. .lames Kendall. Jotiu N. Mclntyre to Louisa ii. Wolf. H riiH KS Hit Y ANT At the Parsonage of the M. K. ehnrrh July 24th. tssii, hy Uev. J. Kendall, Wtliiaia I. lluelies to Cassy Urynut. Escape of Fontane. During the siege of Lyons, Franco, in the first revolution, the poet Fontaue had been shut up with his family in the midst of the city in ruins. FhII of alarm for the safety of" his young wile and in fant, he resolved, at all risk, to escape ii he could. Having obtained a passport, a difficul ty arose as to how lie could carry away some plate and other valuable articles, then considered quite anti-republican. Among these was a chalice, a present from a sovereign, on which an able artist had engraved the arms of the King of Sardinia. F'ontane greatly dreaded lest the chalice should he discovered as be ing a vessel used in the service of the church, and bearing the arms of a king, it would be as a threefold proof of aris tocracy. However, he decided on taking it, and hastened to the house of a friend, who had been a nursery gardener. The poet then laid aside all 1 ia feudal ornaments, and set about exchanging his clothes to give him another appear ance. Having dressed himself in wide' pan taloons, and shoes that stuck full of hard nails, his hair cropped, and every grain of powder removed, he emerged from the gardeners house in the character oi a laundress porter, with a heavy basket of clothes on his shoulder the plate and chalice carefully packed under the linen. His young family followed a few puces behind nim with the passport, but they had to pass close to the terrible in strument oi death; lor tiiere it stoou, always ready for use. Fontane shud dered. His wife turned pale. To them their situation was awful! But reason and'necessity urged them on. Fontane resolved to net a decided parr. Ho walked up in front of the 'iiil'itine, grasping the basket firmly wit.i his band, ard, loosening the leather straj as if to ease bimtelf he looked steadil at the scaffold. A man of ruffianly appearance, who atiended as if he were a guard of the guillotine, came up to him.- "Are you afraid?" said he to Fonfane, "that you look in this way at the nation al razor?" "Afraid !" said Fontane; what do "yon take me for a Federalist' that I should be frightened at the sight of a ;;i;illotine! Look ut me; do you see anything like an aristocrat in iiiy face?" "What are you ?'" cried a second inter rogator, addreasing Fontane. 'I am a bleacher and scourer." "And this good woman?" "What a question?" said F ntane. "Look at the little one don't you see the likeness? Long live the republic!" "Ah I that's right !" said the miscreant; "you're a good one! Down with the muscadins and aristocrats ! Long live the Republic! and the guillotine for ever!" . . 7-- Fontane could not join in this san guinary cry. He so"v Lis wife tremuie, and shook her hand. "Come, wife," said, he "let's have a jong." "Ay, and a dance, too," said the bar barian who had fust spoken : so down with vour basket mv jovial fellow !" "But I I" "Nonsense! nobody will run away with your basket ; down with it, I say ! Why, what is the matter? Is it glued to vour neck ? fontane objected, and resisted for a while, but was soon obliged to submit ; and, wiping the cold perspiration from his forehead, iu a state more dead than alive, was relieved from the burden of his basket. He saw it placed on a heap of stones, and leared evervtlnng would be turned topsy-turvy. Oh,! the fatal chalice! All hope of" safety was gone; he was 011 the point ot delivering nmi self up, and claiming compassion for his wife and child, in the hope that they would be allowed to pass, when, happily, he roused himself, clapped bis hands, and assumed a lovful attitude. "Hallo ! mv friend," cried one of the fellows, "you're wonderfully merry all at once !" "A thoni'lit has struck me." said Fon tane; "a bold idea. You see my poor wife? I know the Carmagnole always raises her. Come, my good fellows, let us dunce it. His wife gazed at him with a look of despair, as he snatched the child from tier arms. "What now? Don't make a wry face, wile! 8.11a lie. Excuse her; slies young and timid. Come, let us put the little one on the basket there lie lies, on the top of the linen, and sleeps sonndlv. Wife, vour hand. Now. the ring the Republican ring. Come, friends, join hands for the ring the pat riotic dance!" Madame Fontane now comprehended what her husband meant. She tripped lightly around the ring, and joined in the chorus of the Carmagnole. When the dance was over, she took up her child: Fontane was assisted in replacing his bttskef on hisslioul.ler. He made his wife 1 ad the way, and walked oil" after her, whispering the Chant du Depart. And so they escaped. Genius in Labels. i;led bug poison, but call it the I.osl j f ,im)) IU4,r.,tiV(. 1 h!l:lH know what y()U ..,,, The front of the store bears some happy thoughis. Among them ii-1 An old newspaper man from Ohio hac started a drug store in Detroit, and a local paper, commenting on his innova tions, remarks that be wiil either be a millionaire w ithin the next three years or "bust" in less than six months. His store is very cheerful. Skulls, crucibles, forceps, chromos, l'.il.-e teeth, bones, almanacs, parrots, and slicks of liquorice are scattered around in delightful pro fusion, and there isn't a drawer or bottlt without an original label. On one flrawc: he litis : Cilue She sticks right bv you 1.0 matter what the weather." Or another: "Copperas bat slow and chew filR, .. 0ll al,ot,cr, "Paris green Sun ; ju operations, lasting in its etl'ects.': The label on one bottle reads, "Urn some of me and slop thai . blamed cough.' OS .mother, I S;; - who u i VOti; unanouiei, 1 1 hs.-h- acm jam 1 -fo(), nrouml wit j, u revolver." Hanging against the wall is a beautiful sign which reads, "If you don't want to ask for a fine tooth comb. p,,,,,t your tinge, at me." At the back end of the store if & ,mA j ,)C.irs Uie u.iK,e seil(jm,.llt : "There is no llock without its missing lamb. So: letimes you find him iu the bedstead. I keep the stuil' tc make him weary of li:o. Don't a.-k foi one reading: uaiK ngiu 111 nere, 11 j vou Had inicKW neai i.ihc nn oiiiiKiasi a ,,.,,!.,. . ,vs- -1 .'iat m, uo(. j j,t f,irte-ii days." A Unrd reads: "Voii man with the catarrh please step this way." CAMPAIGN OF 18S0. A GREAT OFFER! Toledo Weekly Made, THE NEWS AND A Fine Portrait of Carfield, for 30 Cents! .We will send the Xkws from now till niter tin- .Vivcintier election ( nearly live months), tl (. , Toledo Weekly Wade for mil a line portrait of lien. tiarlielii, worth ?I at retail, ami an orna ment to any ollioe or parlor, all lor ! 0 cents in advance. Both papers six months, with portrait, 1.7o ; one year, :5.U0. Blade three months and Ni:vs six months, with portrait, tjl.!)"). blade three mouths and News one year, with portrait, i'i.oo. As the coining year is to he one of great interest and excitement politically, and as the yearly rates are cheapest, as many as possible should suhscrilie for one year, or at least for six months. Such another clubbing offer will hardly be made. At any rate, everybody wants his county pa per and some able Republican city weekly during tiie campaign, and ho home is com plete without the portrait .of our next President. The Blade, which is known as "Nasby's Bu per," ranks among the best Republican journals in the country. C-i" Present subscribers of the Xkws who are. not in arrears may avail them selves of this oiler by paying the same as new ones, and will he credited in advance from the expiration of the time now paid lor. t7F The papers and portrait will he mailed free of postage to any address. trTf" This of!er applies to.-oiye subscri bers, as well as clubs. Send in your names ami mnn"V, to J. L. BOARDMAX, July K, 1S,S0. Hillsboro, ). THE NEWS AND THE WEEKLY N. Y. TRIBUNE. The Wf.fki.y TitntrNE has for many years been the fav rite paper among ti e substantial and intelligent people all over the country, aiid a high authority has said "it has done more to make good farmers and good citizens than any oilier single in ftner.ee that has ever existed in this coun try." It is now a better paper than evt r before, and stands without a rival in its class. We will send the Weekly Tribune and the JN'kws for SJ.n a year; or the Semi Weekly Tnbnno and the !N'bvs for .tJ I.oO a year, all postage paid. July 8, 1.SSU, tf Stop that Cough. If yon are suffering from a Cough, Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, Hav Fever, Consump tion, loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any affection, of the Throat or Lungs, nse Dr. Kino's Nkw Discovery for Con sumption. This is the great remedy that is causing so much excitement by its won derful cures, curing thousands of hopeless. cases. Over one million bottles of Dr.. Kino's New Discovehy havo been used within the last year, and have given per fect satisfaction in every instance. We can unhesitatingly say that this is really the only ture cure for throat and lung af fections, and can cheerfully recoiumetjd it to all. Call aud get a trial Imttle free of eost, or a regular size for $1.01). SEV BF.UT & CO., Hillsboro. novGwG ANNOUNCEMENTS. COUNTY AUDITOR. We are authorized to announce, the n-ime of JOHN VAN WINKLE, of New Market Township, a a camli.l.ite for t'otuity A'nlitor, sulijeri to the decision ot t lie Uei.llhiirun Comity Convention. jytWtc' COUNTY COMMISSIONER. We are ft :linri-..,I n announce lie: it-one of DAVID WllUKMAV. of Salem Township, s a canilidste for ( ounty l 'oinmis.-ioner, iit.j.-er lo the ueci.-i:iii 01 ine Kepulilie.-oi l.ounlv Ur.o ent lou. hS.ltc If Mls3uro Prioen rurrriii. Corrected Weekly hy Scott 4 Ko.ids, Whoiesal. aud Ketail Orocersanil Proilnce Uenk-rs. For the Week ending Tcesda v, .Inly , US". BUYING riilCES FOR COUNTKY 1'ItoDl'CK Dealers are pav-ini; the loliowme; prices lor t hi various articles imnieil : Wheat, Ued, tms!i-j , fl .3 !'S Corn, 1.V1 47 Oats, a i Timoihy Seed, liuahel a Klax Seed sin i i e Flour, cwt 2 Ui ti i.y Corn Meal, bushel 00.1 r& " Potatoes, no 4P Sweet i'otatoes, bush a... Wtllte I3eaus, bushel 1 1 Ou 1 25 Dried Api.ies, lb 11 " Peaches a Green Apples Ji u ar, Feathers, :-.ua a.'i Butter, leu 12 Kl'l's, dozen a 7 liacou Huma, tti sa si " Suleo 7'-..:l S ' " Su.iul.lers 4 vi ' Lard 7 1 s Hay, ton 7 i."a Sorlaliu .!:;.tsses, ca! 2. a .'!') Wood, cord, 2 5na 3 nil Tallow, lb 11 5 Wool, fleece, Ri 3.'.a 3T 41 tub-walied and picked 3-a 411 unwashed .... .-a Live chickens, dux 1 11. . a 2 uo Poultry, l)reied llresseil I'ltickelis dnz Turkeys, It Live Turkeys per Itj Honey. In . 1 Iu IS MVB STUCK Ueeves, cwt, irross 2 r'.-i .1 on shippin- 3 .v.;! 4 Sheep lercwl :i ;... eM Hol's, cwt cross :; 7;.., 4 nt Stock Hugo " i 1.1 ;i RETAIL PRICES OFOUul KKIKS A PROMTE Groceries and other arlicirs retail truui stores the followine prices: Su-ar, N. o. fli 9a 10 ' Kelined, Crludnat .k Powdered. 1 1 . a ii;,. Coilee, Kio lt,u -,:i' " Java :i.)a 2.1 Ten, Im'ierial, Y. 11. and (.. P 4n 1 on " Biack 6:ia 1 nn " Japan a si 1 Candles, Common a 15 " Star a Cheese, factory a Ij1 Flour, good tauiily bian.i, ewl a a no ., " " " I'I'l a 1: Bu. kw heat Flour, ewt Kish Mackerel, Xu. tt. tll 3.-.., 4 -,o !? - Kils si a ti 1 Kisil White,. bl'l a 5 . 0 Kits. a 1 11 ' Molasses. N. O... :l 711 ." SoretiUlu 4ea .Ml Guillen Syru; ' i'a t;. Lard oil ' 'a 7'. Coal Oil a Hominy a :: Salt, Kanawha and Ohio, hid a 1 l'i Hams, Citv sieurctl ed a IX' Clover Hii-d, bu.... a .. .. Sapinc- do n Tiunil h Se.-.l, l.;i a Ilrooni.-, single '-'"a 'i't Ui -e, II, da Iu Starch. IT, 5a S riiK'inuall V. hW's;iW' i'ri( H. For lite week ending,' Motidny evening. July 0, l.v-iJ. C:trt.f'illy corrected from Tue-ilnyV City tallies. Whc:i!, White, hn I' .i 'J W'l.e;li. Atiih.-f u.i '-'.i U Ii- li. d, ltn !is4 I V.l I'l.ril U 0. u- :;j li.ir!e, l.iil i ll.iv, "m!- d, t,ti s :.!.". ft t.'lovrr Nti-d, il, 7 :l TV. Tiiuothy i d .'. -a 2 Flux .v--d 1 " ?i t lu FliMir, u;.,m tine, t t - J I 3 If' KIn;r, l.uuily -1 ' :;." Ii:jftt r, piiine rt-il, II. 1 -u K.'u'S du. - :l Ciutm', iacttiry, ' Til 7 . V liite IW-an.-, tin 7 a 1 M' Feaiiier-. if a 4:S Woo!, oh.;, and Ind. lli-te- :iiii-d.. : 4 Appi. : l 1 ''r Api'!er, di i. -d. II' :" a .. l':n':irr, dried ti.l 7 T litow , i ''lid-ieii -r V:i M.-s I'ork, hi) 4 V'h O H 1. .r.i?;t. t. Ml 7 li.U:i. .--!lL':ir-t im d H l; :i 11 S.ut, Kanawha and Ohio 1 C: . r, hid., ''"a 1 S:r'ar, N. ., :i a I"'.. vs-ar, U.-jinnl -ia 11 ' M,:a.-ef, N. , L'al 4 -a, Syrupy, lleiined :;a 17 orlutm i-'-a ''' Tea, Y. II., Imp. and w. 1' " Tea. olo .lT :i'a r.dn-e, Uio U1- a r Mackert-I. No. I. Mi 11 ..mrj" o White Fuh, liall-harrel -1 u .Ml ltnom., doz I X'a .". Curtiiii, c nun. hi In l:iir. il. T..!iari-iif llliiu S-i-il l.i-al, cut.. Ki. !t: Slllip, lllTllllltl S;:n . li, tl. I'.ilalm'.-, Iilil Oil, I'nal, K-ili....l. imi (Mi, l.aril, u'nl Oil, I. in.-,-, ,1 I 111. -lis, !ir, ili.z 'I'lirk. vs .( i .-.-.-.-.! . It. Turkic lin-, II. WlilA'v. '.'.il ('.ml, il. n, i'.-,l, II V. A Vim. Ii' C.ial, ,1,-liv. -ml, lilii.i Uiv.T LIVi: STUI.K. Hi.", 't., LTOs r.i..i'H, ni i.. l'i..- MlL-L-JI Illlll 1. llllll..., t-'U I., I'luSr.. r, a i a I "ii Imi II . s , lion l r, l" j I ' i ; H' , ! 1 j i j I" I I i li .;. a- . ;. I offer my Entire Stock of PIT) fm ffv m (s Of My Own Manufacture, FOR TIIE NEXT SIXTY DAYS AT Greatly Gall and see me before buying. J. S. 1JLACK. lL".ini2 rriT-q:jjTTc:s We los in : to return our p;r;itoful uc-knowleilgmcnts to the people of iniiL-ind ;uid seven adjoining counties, for their generous patronage since our removal to our new rooms on High Street. They have nearly JouMed our trade, which cnaliles us to continue our crusade on high prices. O TJ .F. STOVE DEP is now complete in the cheapest and host grades of STOVES -tfLrSTIO IFL-A.ISTCS-jES. A No. 7 Stove, full trimmed, for G15.C0. Favorite Stoves, S20.G0 to 50.00. Lyndon Delmonico Ranges at reduced prices. THE CELSSiejLTElD DAYTON GHAPIOrJ The Cost Implement in Existence for Fall Plowing. The Farmer's Friend GKRIIISr ZDIEIILLILi, With and Without Fertilizer. Beat all other Drills last year. Acknowledged Superior to all others. FERTILIZERS : Phosphate, Bone Meal, Ammoniated Phosphoric, Bone Flour, &c, &c, Especially Adapted for Wheat Culture. We are now organising several car-load deliveries fur Aug ust and September. If you want the advantage of car-load freights, bring in your orders early. OTJXZ ELEVEW-TON' WEBSTER WAGON! With Truss Rods. The STRONCEST Wagon Made ! Runs Light ! At the Price of the Cheapest. YOU ARE INVITED TO CALL Red Ijwil SOUTH HIGH k 33 Usa H IS deduced Prices ARTMEN1 Hardware Store. ST., HILLSBORO. n H r twej, pj Ta b h Si S 2 k 3 ivltc New Advertisements. COLUMBUS & HAYSViLLE RAILWAY, S. D. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. (IrsKiiAL orrirs r- A V. I:v f. II h. i. n n: i. i., Jiii -ii, 1 . i" NoTK'E TO TiiE STot'KHOLI'lIlW Oi-' THE C. A M. liv. Co., S D. In piiriuinre of f he f ilJorjn ref defiotj, p:i?ed hv the H uird of Oireetor at a juertiiiij held July 2th, A. I). vj: : lit (dvr-il. That the Secretary W And in lierel-y instructed to call a me.i'M (,.', of the stock holders nt this rumpaiy on Tt'K-I'AY, Ai.L'u.-t :n-r, aii lin-etir;:,' to he called aii-i held for the purpnst- of -uhnidrihu' to The tfckh '.'ders the ijin-. hi.n oi :m esf'Mi.-iou oj the t:;e ol t:;e 'ohmihus A M.iysviile liv. S. !., Iroai the town of '?i!iirt on I 11 .. in raet te comity, Ohio, f hr"u-li tht riin riesot Kayette. Madim, i'lekaway and Franklin, to the city ot "ol tun !n;s. it; Franklin county, t duo, ia lite iHir'h; and tii-m the ton of Kiie, Mroi ii cotintv. Ohio, tiiroi:i,'h naid county tu the town of Aiierdeen, in ?aid iroiinry of Hioun. t.u the Ohio river, on the eolith : None.- is lo rehy L'lveit, that a meeting of tiie stockholders ot fai'i e-iniorat ion u ill he held ut the . !:-. ot the i'on pinv in llilistmro, Ohio, on It Ki. Y. ti..',i,t diy ot A!iu"j-r, A. 1. 1 -iv, nr i nVmili r. M.forl :h purpoMj ot votinir lor or a:"iin-t r!ei di; tin line ot said liniu.!V i nmi W a.-hiutoii I . ti. to Co:uuihas, Ohi, and Irouj l;ii't. v to A h r !eeii . ' 'do. C. i. UELi., l iesidei t. Tu s. ITtitairN. Scc'v. irj'rt.'i M THE NEW FOOD MEDICINE I. t ,i -,f v I)$::rv;:: in. i il.!- Mai. .'il-'- K -iii'val'ir i unit KKnu.-t,.il ('iiii-li nriuii ; w.l.'i M-.i.-i.! i:.M h in -. r'n :u ili-':i i f li.l.s i.l vcci i ar.it ni;ti"'i.- i i . ti . :. an I.- ial.. u"l " Bitt,-r.-." ; M. l.'l' Itrrl'l-;!:.-. .4 ;.. .1 tu p...f.r.ir c i.l.-n. i- ' c- ; i'.l!i-i :.. a;,il t:..iit ';'.'( :,: ' V,., .(.W ' ""'", ""'I lti.'r .r. . ii.u- liiun-.li. in.-, ma ul .tti.ir ' lln- .i..n-3. ut I ; -!.!-. a.nl :11a- ; i. !i r in l!i." cl-- , ni.-i.ts tli ai r..-l..r. t.i p. Tin :.t Inaitli tin- W'rak, ' '.mv il .-ht. i:,.i..u.-. uv-rn.uk.'il. Ni rv- . i'li, i, , I.:. s. li -;...;.n, r,i:i'ia-. all I ' k.i- in ' ill'.. Hi. in a:i i.i ii.a lurm- 1.1 M i i i.r M : ii lae .......I,' a i- piaiMv a l.vlh.- .-. hii ; .ai i . S..I.I ,,,r,-,u,T,.. MALT iil 1 I'hi; Cil.ll'AN V, iM ON,' .MA.-.-. jvii.iluAiai , . , ' Facts worth Knowing CD l.ii.,-. r. l!u, I, :, Maialral,.-. Stii:i:.. a. mii.1 i.iaiiv l.itii.Ti.l tl.e l.i .-t IH...I-. ines kno vi.. nr.- ,k.n- li.l'y c nn!. in, al iii I'A i:ir.K'S 1,1N. . rnsn as make it the L'n uli si l:I.O'l i t 1.1! Ir.ll ninl '111 HI ST II i: A l.Tll AMI SlIIK.MiTH KhSlOUl. li VMM IM I). Soi.-rl'i.-t the i oinnn.-itiiiii (.1 1'AKKEU'St I Nl,!. k I I IMI ' thai no i'.-.h.-.' in I. .I:-' ' MM '.Mure II 1.- u ,1. li uu have '... -.;.... '"' fl.7.r, y.' '.. ..- ii.:r. j. :i , At-ifat''...:. .'..'', A.' " I.,,;-,- ;..',:.. .,-. ,. ; ,1 ( .,.''., ". . ,.) .', ii... Ji.W. i.- j.i.-: th.- ine. a am lor yon. . il i.- tii'hlv r-lra:ie ami il: . lu'i Tat . ''ii! n. i'T : itiloMotlii '' Ti v ii c. Im.u;o. -Vour .lrsirirtt in -!i .: Jim. ''"'' ' 14 STOP ORGANS Vi"'..' r...'s.M ' '.i.only $35. N- .I;- -: "9 1 j SOt.OO. ! ...re,,.m. r-.no .Vi'lsV.'.. '' Ua-!.iir.'t..li, N. -1. 1 . ... . i. . a. . .1 i ' . ! iihtaim-il for Ti?w i liven tionn, ir fi.r imiirovi'mfnts in I'll! iMit-s. Cuviial, 'l'raili-.lafki,iniil all putrul III! Ml.f - ,t riUIint ! V Hftl'IllU'il In. INVENTIONS THAT 11 AVE BKEN HE-IECT-tii El) In.'.v silill, ill lliiit ra.-.. h. paienti il ly us. H intr iii.tiui-ift. the I'. S. I'atetit Ollice, nmi eni;HifeU in t'A 1'E.N'T Hl.-ISE-S EM'LI'.-IVEI.V. 'i; cm nt'i nri" j. at. aits in lr:( time lliall th(iie li sre re A'i mule trom SV ahiiii;tu. iit whuui'jul il. i'ini ui- on the mall, ill Ml Iran-act lulls ill! Uie I ateut ll!li.e. 11 lum Inventors nerrl mini. ! ur sketch wo make yievi'ti in tl.-- Taf-'i't Ol'ic, tl mlvi.-f n-, t.i It. jiaTi-l.taiiililv. .v " cluf". (.'.rre.-p.nnleii.-f con- knv j-or fiK.-ei il r. lereiice?, term-, ft.lvire, etc , "lil- lire-. ('. A. SNo .V ,e Co. (l;.p,a-ite Patent Olll.e, W uhllinm. l. t. ;;. - cnil : New Advertisements. fnr Smith's Bible Oictiumrv iliiliimu's FicToiiiiL mm. New A-Mr.i-, for t'irculuns A. J. Hiilmam .t t'i., I'hil rt I. i.hi.H. jy2iw4li.;i'ii OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, MXAWARK, OHIO. 0PKS to lin'h st-Tci" with elegant home for voiihl' l.-ulii-:. five iHiiMinir-. Kxreiifive II hnirics, Liburiittirii'S, ninl mtiHriini. AciiliJ avrrntre cost to onnt; men for the lnnt citlUir ytar. includ ing all items, except clot iiintr.- i laameal, Sciennrt'-, rreparatf.ry, and Normal t'ourpcn. ci;il ml nt iu Muie, I'tuntini;, an! SriciK-ei. Attendance, Cl 1. In college claso:, 27 1. Write for c.tt.ili'v;ie. Mention thi vh;kt. 2i'nrJEA C. U. PAYNE, LL. D.t Prys't. Joshua Bratton's Estate. ,VT )TI"K in hereby irivun, thitt th nnderie;Ted xl iiHf Ihvti i:iitel and iiaiitiei1 AdiunnMr tin t the estate I Jwditi lirnttoD, bite ot H i-jb-l:nid riMintv, OhK, deceased, hy the pnihate 'mirt ut ud i.mntv. JuiiN VV Itn.H f Surduii.n, Ohio, July 21, jyizvi i Les;al Notice. John A. Slocuaib, and Mrs. - Sloe n nib, wue of ta id Jilin A. Slocuino, who reside al Port II. iron, ui .t. Clair County, Micht?an, heirw at law ot Israel Mocu-ul), deceased, wtil take notice lhat .1. M. hunieni!, AdniMiist.-ator of tfrc estaie of sai l Israel Moetiiuh, iU-ce:ued, ou tiie 1'Uh d of Juiv, A. 1. i--n, died hi im-Iihou hi tin- I'rohalo i imii, v irhin and for the Count r ot (f ii.-hl.md ami S tte -d Ohio. alieuiiiL ttoit the p.:rsi.nl esate of fi d deceuent h Ou-:; Hit it -nt lo pay h if ijriw.- ami the charge if aduiinisteriuir his estate: that he died sc; .-i' in tee tdiupie ot the 1 I,i:uil' i!e ci'ihed real e.-tat .-. situate tu the County ot tl;L-h-irtiid, Siaied Ohio, in the tuwn of li ii.. -hot-it. ainl ie.-' i-ed as toliows: III Lot ill tile 'nun i In us 1 i.oro. known and flceiL'tiateti oit I .1 ;d ttw n, '.v nni'ilier one hundred a:'d forly-ji i' l, he.it ?;.iiU' pit-nusi s conveyed to anl l.-ratd i-.ir.th !y .loshu i Woodrtiw and wile, l.y deed da-r- ii May '.hli. and recorded in U .ok 4, p.i'es and s', Urc.ordA tor l-eii-, 1! ih latid ouni y, ohit). 'i he p"a er of iaiii petn ion t-i lor a i-mc ot :.td pr-jiuisrs, Ir the paviiient il the tit t.lc i.n.i i-ii;'! s :.lv re?iiid. 'J'he said John A. Sumiimih, :.sid .Mrs. S!m timh, wite ot John A. i t-l: m 0. uill tnrlher taKi- notice, 'h.i: liiey :iave !.-,'M in ide pririie deti-i: da :i t to Hnio h lll-.i, aild that tijey are r.piired t- an-wer the sine - -n or heion: the llth any ol ."vpteiulKT, A- 1. l-. Jul) lo, .i. M . lit MLS, I.. j) I ivv i Adintni.-Ii.ttur a,s ui-: -.--a:-l. PATENTS WORDS OF WISDOM FOR FUR- BUSINESS HEN. . la'-tnent :unl constunt ailverti brought nia all I i V. T. Stb a ut. ileiK-inis iiiM.ii i literitl patronage ot lruil. i H.r..m,'l. primer.' iuk.- '"'n.; "Van' uie W.l.. U..w I. ,.,, , a.iv..,,,,.-, ,...-,,on ,.l .1 J -(.o- mi II s WMiKKhlLT. lirinl HIT oi'iies. I. .1. A-l'i.K.