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LOCAL NOTICES. For Sale. Mas. II. C. VasWinkli offer her Prop erty on East Main street for sla. It one of the mo6t desirable locations in H ills- boro. For information, call on ang!kf JAMES BBOWN. X. A.. FtlHEIi will sell during TheXext Thirty Day, LIGHT SUMMER COATS, WHITE VESTS, LIGHT COLORED CASS. PAXTS, at net cost for cash. Persons needing any of the abov goods will do well to call and examine this stock. as they will be sold as advertised. Men's Summer Coats from 35c to f 3.00, sold formerly 33 per cent, higher. Pays' Summer CoaU from 35c to .00. All mT liffht roods will be sold in . --o o Bame proportion, as I desire to sell them o.T and make room for my fall stock. jyl5tf I. A. FEIBEL. Farmers! Look Here ! Obborne Self -binding Harvester, Wheeler No. 6 Reapers, Wheeler No. 5 Mowers, Diemar Breaking Plows, Hamilton Cultivators, Hughes Sulky Plows, Hoosier 2-Horse Grain Drill, Hoosier Fertilizer Drill, Young Hoosier 1-Horae Drill. One Hagerstown Fertilizing Drill, Thomas Sulky Rake, Tiger Self Damp Rake, Studebaker Farm Wagons, Studebaker Spring Wagons, Hsydock Buggies, Wright Corn Planters, For sale and warranted by Jixsa Rzxcx, and Rkecb & Otxbxak, N. W. corner Main and West streets, Hillsboro, O. jul3m2 ' OLD PICTURES Copied, Enlarged and Painted in India Ink or Water-Color, for t2. GEO. T. BY- LAND, Dealer in Pictures and Frames, N. E. Corner of Walnut 4 High Sts. juCtf Hi ' ' 1 -1 When Toa Come to Town, get your dinner at PARKER'S Restaorant, No. 9 High street, Opposite Court House. feb26ii To Lovers of Fine Horses. I will remain on the Hillsboro Fair Grounds during the ensuing summer and will keep a number of Fine Thoroughbred Stallions of well known trotting stoc. ap8tf Db. D. R. STRAIT. At Ecklej's Heat KZarket Ton will find the best Beef, the best Pork, the beet Jersey Sausage, the best Ken. tucky Corned Beef, the best Lard. ST Nothing but good, sound, healthy stock used, at bottom pnoes. novsii Bncklen's Arnica Salve. The Brer SaTtb in the world for Cuts, Bruises. Sores, Uloera, Salt Rheum, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all kinds of Skin Eruptions. This Saive guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in every case, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. or sale dj c-eyoen a. vo. ocw3yi The Bone and Muscle producing Malt, the Nervequietine Hop, the superb Malar ial antidote Quinine, and other precious ingredients, combined without fermenta tion, are the ingredients of ""Malt 64116," prepared by the Walt bitters Company jy29w4D&co PUBLIC SALE. The undersigned will offer for sale si publio auction, at the late residence of Joseph D. Patton, deceased, on Wednes day, August 11th, 1SS0, beginning at 10 o'clock A. 11., the following named goods and chattels : Four Milch Cows and Calves, 4 head of Yearling Cattle, 2 Horses, 20 head of Feeding nogs, 12 Sowb with Pigs, 15 Sheep. Fine Barouohe and Harness, Studebaker Wagon, one other Farm Wagon, farming implements, Hay in mow and stack, Wheat in bushel, crop of growing Corn, Household Goods, and many other artioles. TermB Purchases amounting to $4 or less, to be paid in cash ; above that sum, notes on nine months, with approved sure ties, will be taken. R. C. BARRETT, jv2!w2 Ex'r of J.s. D. Patt-nn. riee'd. Headquarters for Campaign Goods. We are prepared to supply clubs, deal ers, agents or individuals with Caps, Capes, Torches, Flags, Banners, Badges, Portraits, &c., at the lowest cash rates. We have best English Bunting Flags from $5 to $75 each. Best sewed moolin Flags from $2 to f 18 each. Printed American mus lin Flags from 60 cents to $150 a gross. Fine Silk Flag, 5x7, for $30. Caps of any color oil cloth, $4.00 per doxea. Capes, any color oil cloth, ti.oO per doxen. Torches, f 12 to $25 per 100. Fine cam paign Badges, printed on ribbon, with por traits of nominees and gilt pins, 25 cents each, or $1.50 per doxen. Crayon Por traits of Candidates, President and Vice President on one card, heroic size, on 6ne tinted paper, 22x23, 25 cents each, or $1.26 per dozen. We have 25 different styles ol Badges for coat, from 10 cents to 25 cents each. Agents wishing to engage in the sale of our goods can make from $5 to $20 a day. One agent sold $45 worth in one day making $30 clear. Any agent or dealer Bending us $5 to $25 we will send a selection of goods that they can clear irom 3 to 4 times these amounts. We want agents in every town or county to sell our good, and we can iurnisn profitable and iermanent employment to all who wish it. Take an agency now and send $5, $10 or $25 at once for a selection of goods you can make 3U0 per cent, profit on and sell to every family. Send now, and go to work at once. Address, U. S. MANU FACTURLNG CO., 11G Smithfield Stb. Pittsburgh, Pa. liSS-Cut this out and write to us. Boys in Blue, Attention! General U. S. Grant, Commander in-Chief of Union Veteran Boys in Bine, has iestftd an order requesting the members of this association in their respective States to promote the election of Garfield and Arthur, General Grant says : "In my opinion the best interests of the whole coun try, North and South, demand the Euccess of the ticket headed by Gar field and Arthur." Will the Demo crats persist in claiming that Grant is for Hancock ? Columbus Soldier's Re-Union. It is officially announced that ex Boldiers attending the Columbus Re union, August 10, 11 and 12, will be furnished, upon arrival, with pro grammes giving information as to headquarters of Ohio regiments and headquarters of the States, and var ious associations. Extensive preparations have been made for subsistence, but those car ing to take subsistence, and extra clothing for use in tents, may have tho same checked from day to day, and taken care of by the Franklin County Association. Some regiments are advising their men to take cook ed rations. The precautionary advice is to go August 10, and get settled in tents, which are free to ex-soldiers, and carry the inevitable tin cup anfl spoon. The probale attendance, if the weath er is good, will be from 75,000 to 100,000. is IULLMBOROrVH. IU. THURSDAY, - AUGUST 5. U33 n IWV"MSMVBSBSHSVaB9IWlpv, POU PKESIDENT, the JAMES A. GARFIELD, or ohio. FOB VICE-PEKSIDKNT, CHESTER A. ARTHUR, or irv tore. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Secretary of Stat, CHARLES TOWNSEND, of Athens coontj. . Judge of Saprerae Court, GEOItGH W. McILVAJNE, ol rnscarswu. Clark of Sonreme Court, DWIOHT CROWELL, of Ashtabula. Momber of Board of Pablic Works, 8. R. HOSMER, of Muskingum. Stale Commissioner of Schools, D. F XhiWOLF, cf Summit. THIS PAPER Will be sent during the Cam paign to single subscribers Gr Clubs, for 1, 2, 3, or 4 months, at the rate of Cash in Advance, Closing with the full returns of the Presidential Election. Commence now, or at any time desired, IvS?" An extra copy FREE to any one sending in a club of 10 names with the money. Sot" Subscribers in a club mar be at different post-offices, and for different lengths of time. fcj?" Get np clubs at every post-office. SSRS9M!QM91pv4WWarKWMnF wmiv? is 75 Bopublietin Bally IN LYNCHBURC, Saturday Afternoon, Aug. 11, IN HILL.SEOHO, On Saturday Eight, Acg. 14. V ' " -J- Gen. CflAS. n. GROSTEXCr OF ATHENS, OHIO, will open the political cam paign in Hillsboro, at the City Hall, at the time above stated. Let the Republicans of the town and vicinity turn out. en masse, and hear him. By order of Reptjb. Cen. Com. Aug. 5, 18S0. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. The Republicans of Highland County, Ohio, are notified to meet at the usual places of voting in the different townships and precincts of the county, ON SATURDAY, August 7, 1880. at 2 o'clock P. M. and proceed to select in such manner as they may determine upon, delegates to the Republican County Convention, to be held in Hillsboro, ON TUESDAY, August 10, 1880. Acoording to the basis of repre sentation, as fixed by the County Central Committee, the - townships and precincts will send delegates as follows : Townships. No. Delegates. Brushcretk. N. P 2 " S. P 3 Concord 3 Clay 4 Dodsoi 3 Fairfield 8 Hamer 2 Jackson 2 Liberty, N. P 7 " S. P 8 Madison 10 Marshall 2 New Market 2 Paint, N. P 3 " S. P 4 Penn '. 4 Salem 2 Union 3 Washington 2 WhiteoaL 2 Total 7G , The Convention will meet at the Court House, in Hillsboro, promptly at 10 o'clock A. M. for temporary or ganization. By order of Rep. Cen. Com. CYRUS NEWBY, Chm'n. E. L. Boabdman, Sec'y. so Hon. Godlove S. Orth, who has just been renominated for Congress by the Republicans of his District, is confident that the State of India na will elect Porter for Governor and give the electoral vote to Gar field. not as the Gen. J. Warren Keif er was renominated for Congress in the Springfield District, by acclamation. Why don't the Democrats make war upon resumption and the National backs and bankers, this year Mr. Halstead says Garfield will carry Indiana, from the fact that English is so penurious and therefore so unpopular with the people. The Democracy expect to use the 138 votes of the Solid South as step-ladder upon which they can crawl into the White House. Mr."Angie Bach, of Lehigh coun ty, Pa., recently dislocated her jaw bone in attempting to scold her hus band. A solemn warning to scolding wives. Gen. Grant has been elected President of a New Mexico mining company, organized in Boston. Cap ital stock $ 10,000,000. The campaign has commenced in earnest. The booming of the field guns is already heard at the front, The engagement will soon be general. Indiana Herald : "It is entirely safe to say that Franklin Landers will be the worst beaten man who has run for Governor in Indiana for many years." Gen. Geo. K. Nash, Chairman of the Republican State Committee, visited Washington last week. Sec retary Sherman assured him that he would make a number of speeches for GarSold in Ohio. Notwithstanding the enormous in crease of population in Chicago. Ohio will, according to latest re ports, maintain her position as the third State in the Union, in point of population. Hon. Alex. Ferguson, a promi nent Democrat of Cincinnati, has ex pressed the opinion that the Demo cratio party was disbanded by the nomination of Hancock, whom he will not support. The citizens of Leadville raised f 20,000 wherewith to welcome Gen. Grant, and it is estimated that 30, 000 people joined in the demonstra tion on the streets. The incident shows the sudden and marvelou growth of the mining capital of Col orado. Hon. Jacob Brinkerhoffi who died last week at Mansfield, Ohio, made the first draft of the famous Wilmot proviso, so much discussed in Con greBs in the latter days of slavery. He was a Judge of the Supreme Court of Ohio from 1856 to 1871, and in late years was a member of the Board of State Charities. Albert Allen, late Executive Clerk for Governor Bishop, and Secretary of the Ohio University, has come out for Garfield. He says that he can not see why any honest and con ecientious man can refuse to vote for him, for he is a good man. This announcement has created consider able dismay among Democratic poli ticians, especially the Bishop men of Columbus. Governor Foster attaches a tern perance pledge to every pardon granted,and the violation of the same nvolves a return of the convict to serve out ins lull sentence, xne time will come when the spirit of the laws of Ohio will be brought up to that point. To make all sales of intoxicating liquor in Ohio, to be used as a beverage, a penitentiary offense, would go a great ways to wards the reduction of the State's prisoners. There is a general impression that an nnusual number of stock cattle will be wanted this year, when the proper time arrives, which will be in few weeks. It is evident, however, that they must be bought at low prices, as fat cattle are not bringing very satisfactory figures. Feeders made the mistake a year ago of buy ing rather too high, and many of them have failed as a consequence to a good profit out of their invest merit Stock Journal. English, the Democratic candidate for Vice President, is the stingiest man in America. When tho fire fiend destroyed half of Chicago and made thousands of people homelesc, was called upon to subscribe to a fund for the relief of the starving poor of the city, and out of his mil lions he gave the magnificent sum of one dollar. This act of meanness disgusted the liberal people of California that they collected to gether a hundred big coppers and sent them back to English. It speaks well for American enter prise to notice the fact that an Amer ican magizine is the first to attempt the illustration of the homes and haunts of the characters of Charles Dickens. In the Midsummer Sckib neb begins a short series on this sub ject, entitled "About England with Dickens." The illustrations are by Charles A. Vanderhoof, who was sent abroad for this purpose, and whose work the Scbibner audience are fa miliar with. Wm. Lang is tho Democratic can didate for Secretary of State. He was in favor of disfranchising the Ohio men who were fighting our bat tles in 18G1. He was one of the immortal" four Copperheads in the Ohio Senate, who voted against allowing Ohio soldiers in the field to vote for State officers. He is a bet ter representative of his party, how ever, than Hancock, for when he cast that voto the Democracy had learned to love Union soldiers they pretend to, now that they have nominated a real Union General Presidency. A CAMPAIGN CALUMNY. THE FALSE CHARGES AGAINST GEN. GARFIELD, MADE BY DEMOCRATIC SPEAKERS AND EDITORS. HON. CHILTON A. WHITE, OF BROWN COUNTY, CHARGES GEN. GARFIELD WITH ACCEPTING A BRIBE, IN THE DEGOYLER PAVEMENT AFFAIR. GEN. GARFIELD'S COMPLETE VINDICATION. LET EVERY HONEST MAN READ IT. In his speech in this place last week, the night before the Demo cratic Congressional Convention, Hon. Chilton A. White, of George town, formerly Representative in Congress from the old Cth district, distinctly and emphatically charged Gen. Garfield with having accepted a bribe of $5,000, for using his official influence as chairman of the Com mittee of Appropriations in the lower House of Congress, in favor of the DeGoyler pavement contract with the city of Washington. Mr. White was terribly indignant and unsparing in his denunciations of Gen. Garfield's course, and made the broad and unqualified charge that the $5,000 fee which Gen. Gar field received for his services as at torney in the case, was really paid him for his official influence in get ting an appropriation through Con gross to pay the contractors for their pavement This charge has been made and reiterated by the Democratic press, and the change have been rung npon it so persist ently, that no donbt some people have been led to believe it, bat the truth is, it is utterly false, and with out the slightest foundation in fact . In another part of this paper we publish the full, frank and manly statement made by Gen. Garfield himself, of his whole ' connection with the DeGolyer matter, with ex tracts from the sworn evidence taken by the House committee of investi gation. It is a complete and an answerable vindication of Gen. Gar field, and should cover with shame those reckless Democratic orators newspapers who are engaged ip de faming his character, by scattering broadcast this vile slander. Let every Republican read it carefully. and then show it to his honest Demo cratic neighbor, who may have been misled into believing the charge. We are unwilling to believe that a gentleman of Mr. White's stand ing and character would maliciously and intentionally ntter so grave a charge against a political opponent, knowing it to be untrue, therefore we trust he will make the amende ftonorable as publicly as he made the charge. If he refuses to do so, io the face of the evidence here pre sen ted, all candid, fair-minded men will hereafter know little confidence can be placed in his political honesty Again we urge every Republican to read Gen. Garfield's clear and un answerable vindication of his course, and use it to silence the attacks of his unscrupulous assailants. The Republican Campaign. Hon. Marshall Jewell, chairman of the Republican National Committee, is very sanguine of Republican sue cess in November. He was recently visited by Senator Don Cameron, of Pa , who conferred with him as to the plan of the campaign, and will immediately go to work in Pennsyl vania, which he says is as sure to vote for Garfield as anything in the future can be. Mr. Jewell says that: ''Earnest efforts will be made in West Virginia, North and South Car oliua and Florida, to obtain as fair an election as possible. If we can only approximate fairness in the casting or counting of ballots in these States, their Electoral vote for Garfield is beyond a doubt. It seems to me that a little effort on the part of the committee could gain enough members of Congress to make the next House Republican. The com mittee will leave Connecticut, New Jersey und Indiana to the care of the local authorities in those States, be cause the Legislature in each to be elected this fall will choose a United States Senator, and a full vote is al ways polled under such circum stances. The polling of a full vote in those States is a synonym for Re publican success. The committee will pay especial attention to New York and Virginia." is The Main Point. Syracuse Journal: There are a good many war Democrat, of the same opinion ns the oue "who de clared he "must vote for Garfield." Said he : "I would gladly vote for Hancock were I assured I wasn't voting to reinstate that miserable horde of aristocratic and traitorous rebel brigadiers, who will take cour- ge at Hancock's success and threat en another rebellion if the Con federate bonds, debts, and ail are not paid for by the people." That states a very important part of the case in a nutshell. in Campaign Life of Garfield. A. S. Barnes & Co., of New York, will soon publish a "Life of Gen. James A. Garfield,' by Maj. J. M. Bundy, editor of the N. Y. Evening Mail. It will be elaborately illustra ted, and will also contain a stbel por trait of the General recently taken, portrait taken in his youth, and another when he entered the army as Colonel of an Ohio regiment. Maj. Bundy is an intimate personal friend of Gen. Garfield, a picturesque writer, and will no doubt make the best of the rich materials afforded by the life and career of his distin guished subject. Price of the book in cloth, $1; paper, 50 cents. Ad dress A. S. Barnes & Co., Ill and Ulff William street, N. Y. City. to Guernsey Times : Judge Lang, Democratic candidate for Secretary of State, is sixty-five years old, but we will not "give the old man chance." In the next Legislature of Oregon to meet in September, the Republi cans will have a majority of two the Senate and eighteen in the House. ' Mr. M. D. O'Holloran, of Cincin nati, has challenged Dr. Tanner to fast of 41 days in that city, and the Dr. won't accept he proposes "go it alone." : 4. The reduction of the public debt reported for June amounted to $10, 214,424. The reduction for the year ending June 30, was $85,004,961. most excellent showing. A Democratic paper hails Han cock's nomination "as the rising a glorious sun." To which the Phila delphia Item responds that in No vember it will be a "superb" sunset. Cincinnati manufactures all the slate pencils used in this country, and ships large quantities to Europe. They are made of North Carolina soapstone, and 150,000 pencils can be made in a day. Dave Taylor, of the Cambridge (O.) Times gets off this good one "Here is a theory about Dr. Tanner: He is a Democrat Hates to vote for Hancock, on account of his Union Soldier record. Wants to die. Starves forty days." The Democracy have a rebel sol dier on their State ticket, to offset the Union soldier they are running for President. School Commissioner Burns, who is their candidate for re election to that office, commanded rebel battery during the "late un pleasantness." So says the Guern sey (O.) Times. Says the Steubenville Gazette : "It is now demonstrated that the Vir ginia Readjusters nominated their electoral ticket for the express pur pose of defeating the regular Con servative ticket and giving the State to Garfield." So, all is not lovely in the Demo cratic Israel. The Cleveland Sunday Voice, in speaking of a Hancock pole recent ly raised in that city, says : "The Hancock hickory pole at the corner of Burnham street and Scoville ave nue is a good one, bui leans badly to ward the Soulh." That what's the matter "they all do it." A fact to be remembered. Under Republican administration, during fifteen years of peace, $83 7, 104,823 of the principal of the national debt has been paid, while the current an nual interest is $ 70,000,000 less than at the close of the war. This is record of which the country may feel proud, andVwhich it will endorse in Nbvember. It Wasn't George. List week's Scioto Gazette contains the following in regard to a lady and gentle man of this city, but has got things a little mixed when it Bpeakg of George Barrere. VVt)8uppoge Mr. Carlisle Barrere is the gen tleman referred to, for at the time of the occurrence, George was dealing out bit pills and paregoric here as usual: On Friday evening last Mr. Geo. Bar rere, of the hrm ot lhomas H. i'latter & (Jo., took Miss (Jora Tatterson, of Hills. boro, who is visiting here, out for a pleas ure drive. I he old Marietta road was se lected aa the route. It is to be presumed inat the time passed pleasantly enough un til about half-past seven o'clock, as they were returning to this city. Mr! Barrere nor his companion had no idea that it was time for the Scioto Valley train to pass along, and were consequently unsuspicious of any lurking danger. The horse was walking, and had just stepped on the track at the railroad crossing, when, to the hor ror of both, they heard the scream of the whistle, and, looking up. saw the engine neacing me express iraiu noi imny yarus awav. The gentleman gave his horse sev eral lusty cuts with the whip, that sent him over in a hurry, but there was only a few feet between the rear of the bii"gv and the track as a second later the train thun- lered by. The horse fortunately was a luiet and steady one, so there was no run away to supplement their lucky escape. Both parties were not a little frightened when they realized their nearness to a ter rible death, and qnite thankful at escaping without injury. Mr. Barrere is firmly re solved to keep a sharp lookout at all rail road crossings when in luture he goes driving. Obituary. Died The infant sons of Morgan and Fanny Lemon, of Hillsboro, O. Harry, afred six months, on Saturday, July 24th, 18ti0. Freddy, the twin brother, died two weeKs earlier. On Sunday, July 25th, funeral services were held at the bouse, and an interesting sermon was preached by Rev. James Ken dall, from the text. ''Their angels do al ways behold the face of my father, which in heaven." These two had arrived at an age when the deepest interest and tenderest love sur rounded them, and each was called away, "Ere sin threw a blight o'er the spirit's young bloom, Or earth had profaued what was born for the skies." The parents, thus doubly bereaved, have the unalloyed sympathy of numerous trienus. Iwo lights have gone out 111 their household. Two angels have gone at the golden gate3, to abide forever with Him, who, in boundless love, hast aid, Suffer little children to couie unto me, and forbid them not, for of such is the kingdom ot heaven. L. 11. A Boom for Dr. Moore. Dr. W. S. Moore, formerly of Taylors- ville, who was brought here a few weeks since from Missouri, charged with obtain ing signatures to a note under false pre tenses, has sent us a copy of the North Missouri Sentinel, published at Middle- town, which speaks of him as follows.- Dr. W. S. Moore returned last Thursday Ohio, and is as busily engaged in his prolession as ever. Ve are glad to see him and know that the charges alleged against him of forging a note and murder ing a man in Ohio, which were reported in this place at the time of his departure for that State, are false. His statements and conduct during his residence here have been "like Caesar's wife above suspicion." The Dr. has a large, growing practice here, and many friends and admirers. A Card. I nee published in lst week's Nkws, that I had gone on V. S. Moore's bond, hit appearance at the October term, to answer to the charge of obtaining names a note under false pretenses, which I deny. If Moore had not obtained bail until I went on his bond, he would have remained a guest of Sheriff lying's a long time. JOHN' W. KIIiLER. Referring to the above, we rise to ex plain that it was Mr. John Giblcr, Dr. Moore's father-in-law, who went on his bond. We were led into an error by the similarity of the two names. New Advertisements. a in a if to A of HILLSBORO Mciiooi. of iit. illsboro Vt HOOL OF IJ KT. ILLSDOBO Ui'HOOL OF eIrT. Studio o-t- the ViVs' Xnlinrwl Hvnl -Stain in the Smith liuiltling. 2vHXTC3-SE,S. MKS. JOHN A. VITif, Prudent. MRS. JOSEPH HiCHAMIM, Vice Pres. illt.S. KUZA II. ITMMINUS, Treasurer. MK.S. il.lUV B. i'KNSKit, M-crvlary. Mrs. Ju5n U. Jou.v, Mrs. v. O. Collins. Mrs. Frank Steel, Mrs. Hkvucut Ti ttle, Mrs. ALl'tioNxo Haut, Mrs. W'M. Bahkv, Mrs. Jahks il'ixn, .Mrs. J. C. (jitKuo. TUITION PKlt TliltM OK 1 I.E. SONS. Drawing, from Casts, Plat, or Nature, each, $16.00 l'aiuliuf;, in Oil or Water Colore, each. - $Oi.(K) faiuttiiLr, ou Porcelaiu. .... -j,ihi Wood Curving, lucife.l or Relief, - - f i.uo KeDstQtftoa Kmbroulery, Lemous, - . .--fs.eu No pupils admitted for lews than me term. Taymout in advance, uniess socially arraisyed otherwise. A small charge for use of paint. For further inforuiatluii, apply at the studio on Tuesday and Friday mornings. August 5, air'V.vl Administrator's Notice. The nmicrsfprncd has this dav been dnly appointed and ijualined as Administrator of the hstatu ot Betsey Auu Putton, deceased. 1). M. ISAiaiETT. 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Of My Own F O II NEXT SIXTY DAYS AT Greatly Reduced Prices Call and see me before buying. ' Phosphate. 8 PM ATE. 0 and. Uloxir. before the Bush begins. THE fK Manufacture, T II E J. S. BLACK; iv2'.lni2 SS?57 ACTS DIRECTLY ON THE KIDNEYS. Bladder and I rlimrj Organ, by AbhorUinrj a1 humors, every trace of disease, and fo re in i; into the system through the pores ot the fkiu, nourishing ami itrenL'theiiin; vetrefahle tonics, giving it vmuierftu power to cure at ouce, IV4I.Y is the nine, Side or Loins, Inflammation ami t'.'-ilifs Disease of the Kidneys, Diabetes., Dropsy, Gravel, Catarrh, of tluTBIaddr, Inability to Hetain or K.xpel the Urine, Stone in the IJIadder, liih Colored, Scanty or Painful Urinating, DejKsits, Ca.-tf or Shreds iu tluTfVine, NE K Vol 4and V UYSWAU) KH IL.ITY and in fart any disease of these jrrvat organs. whe ther contracted by overwork, strain, excessive drink, the abuse of Nature, or otherwise. 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TV.srr "',"r" Trice .V. fc-sulur Tad, fZ ; Speci' Pad, for Oironie, deep-seated, or cae- ot lone standing, t'.l; Children'.- Pad, f r stimimT com plaint, weak fciditeyn, or Intl-wettim, $1.51. Our hook, "How a Lite was Saved," cniWaimin; a Iuh tory of this greal discovery, mailed free. Write for it. 14 Y KIDMJY PAD tO. Toledo, Ohio. aiiK'yiclam WORDS OF WISDOM ' ' ' ; ; : ift-'K BUSINESS IiIEIT. Frequent and constant advertising brought me all 1 own. A. T. Stkwaut. Success depends upon a liberal patronage of printing oilices. .J. J. Asms. Tin-road to f-jrluuu m through printers' ink. I. T. Bah.ni w. How cati the world know ft man ha a L'ood 'Miiir unless lie advertises possession of it ? Cok- NKI.IL'S V NI:illilI.T. Briiis Is Your Job Work. We desire to return our grateful acknowledgments to the people of Highland and seven adjoining counties, for their generous patronage since our removal to our new rooms on High Street. Thev have nearlv doubled our trade, which enables us to continue our crusade on high prices. OUR S10VE is now complete in the cheapest and best grades of STOVES jaJNTZD JFLJUSTGrJUZl. A No. 7 Stove, full trimmed, for S15.00. Favorite Stoves, S20.CQ to 50.00. Lyndon I Delmonico Ranges at reduced prices. THE CELEBEATED DAYTON GEMPPION The Best Implement in Existence for Fall Plowing. The Farmer's Friend a-iA.iisr DRILL, 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 organizing several car-load deliveries for Aug ust and September. If you -want the advantage of car-load freights, bring in your orders early. CCTR ELEVEIT-TOU WEBSTER WAGON! With Truss Rods. The STRONGEST Wagon Made ! Runs Light ! At the Price of the Cheapest. YOU ARE INVITED TO CALL Bei toil SOUTH HIGH DEPARTMENT Hardware ST., HILLSBORO. m p ROW. Store, New Advertisements. BAEB WISE FENCIXO. CIDER MILLS, GRAIN DRILLS. BONE DCiT, srPEa-pnospn ats op lime, GKAS.S SEEDS. PUiCES LOW AS THE LOWEST. CIRCCLAKS MAILED ON AITLR ATION. J. WILDER & CO. 227 TYalant Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Turnip Seed 75 cents per pound, by mail , prepaid. I'ostage sta.ups la&eu. ft'jgrm'2P0fcsoNs, ROAD NOTICE. Notice it hereby civen, that a petition will be pi evented to the Commissioners of Hiijhlan d Co., ai their next sesaiou, commencing? .Septera ber A. 1. loso, praving for the alteration of a c ouuty roa? on the following line, to1-wit : Said road runs from the llji'soro and East Moure mad to au intersection with a mad lead ing westwardiy from the Munree road, at the late reideuee of j ared Ladd. The alteration prayed for I? as follows : Be-rin-'ling at a point in the old road, near thecoruer ut A. H. Jotmsou'-, J. A. and J. i. Wncht's lands, and In the line of Moses Aliiuer's lao-is; thence northerly along tTie line of A. H. Jonnson's aud U'Mes Milucr'o lands to or near the corner of said Mii tier's, A. H. Johuou's, ti. S. Scarborough's, tnd A. We.N icois lands ; thence westward ly tlong the Hue of Moses Mdner's aud A. McNieoi.V lands to a point in the old road where Miluer's and McN'cois" lands cross trie same. A vacamm .if so m ich of the old road as lies between the wermiui of the proposed ateratiou wti! at so be prayed tor. A i'KTi ITON Eri. Augnst Sd, A. I. 1S0. Hug-vi' Idniiniatrator 9s Sale of Real Estate. In pursuance of an order of The Probate Court Tt tl'ii!an l '.)unty. Ohio, 1 will otfer for sale at public auction, ON SATURDAY, SEl'TEMUEK 4, ISSO, at in o'clock A. M.( oa th pr-mises, 3 miles south f Safari ree Knte, on the W mt heMer Hoad, the following described Real K.-rate, situate in Concord township, HiT';!and cminty, Ohio, to-wit : i'lKt' Tlial l1. iieu'iniiing ar a sttme in the HmIMov and Maysvule road; thence N. 17 de crees, W. I to poles to a wnite oak and dogwood ; ' hence S. i degrees, W. 14 poles to a stone; thence X. 07 degrees W.7 poles to a stone ; thence N. 9 l-'grees, E. 'J7 ' poles U a stone in a liueof -T. II. Edrudedd, and corner to Henry Liue; I hence S. 77 degrees, K. 141 poles to a s'oue iu said Ma.sviile road, corner to taid Kdehiieid ; thence with aid road S. 17 degrees, E. 47 poles to a sioue ; ttieuce S. 23 degrees, W. Iti poles to the beginning, con taining si acres, more or less. SECOND TRACT. beginning at a stone on the west, side of suui Maysviile nmd, and runuing thence with a line of tiie land oi John Chapmau s. i7 degrees, 3 f min., ti. 4il poles to a stoue m said road; thence with the mad S. Id degrees, W. poles to a stone; thence N. degrees, W. d"" poles to a corner ot the laud owned by r-aid .ut rdge; thence with one of his lines i. i degrees, E. tx poies to the ln:ginnmg, containing 6 aeros, par t ol Survey No. Raid lands to be bold subtect to the dower estate of Rachel liutndge.widow, which f.tid dower of acres h is been set it io her by metes and bounds. Appraised at $U.n. Terms ot Sale One-thin! in hand, one-third iu one year, and oue-f hird in two years from the day oi :i:e, w it h inlTet, t lie payments- to be Secured by mortgage on tti- premises si!d. JolIN H. KDKS FIELP, Administrator of James Out ridge. August :!, Is". augrf. ('. to t to of ot J. hy 79 New Advertisements. OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, DELAWARE, OHIO. OPEN to both BPTea with elegant home for young ladies. Five buildings. Extinctive li braries, laboratories, and museum. Actual aver&ee cost to young men forthe last coil-e yar, includ ing all items, except clothing, Classic, Scientific, Preparatory, and Normal Courses. Spe cial advantages iu Music, Painting, and Sciences. Attendance, 611. In college ciassrs", 7U. Writ for catalogue. Mention thi pner. jy-iSmEA C. H. PA YN LK T., Fr-st. COLUMBUS & MAYSVILLS BAILWAY, S. D. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. General Otfice C. A M. Ry. Co. Hillsboro, O., July 84, l-0. ( NOTICE TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OP THJS C. A 31. Ry. Co., 3. I. In pursuance of the following resolution, passed bv the Roard of Directors at a meeting held Jaiy yith, A. D. vz: Resoived, That the Secretary he and U hereby instructed to cail a meeting of the stockholders of this Company on TCLSHAY, August 3 1st, 1m, said meeting to be caiied and he.tl for the purpose of submitting to the stockholders the i na tion of an extension of the line of the Columbus Jt Maysviije Ry. S. i from the town of Washing oo LI., in Fayette county, Ohio, through the coun ties of Fayette, Madison, Pickaway a:..i fcraiikliu, ;he cily of Coiuinhut, in Krankitu county. Ohio, in the north; and from the town of Ripiey, Krown county. Ohio, through aid county to the town of Aberdeen, io Mid couniy of tirewu, ou the Ohio Hver, on the muth: Notice is hrrebv given, that a meetiDg of the stockholder ot ?aid corporation will be held at the otrice of the Cu pauv in HiHshoro, Ohio, on TUESDAY, the ;Jist dy of August, A. D. Ismi, at i o'clock P. M . foe tie purpose of voting fitr or against extending the line of said Railway from Washington C. H. Columbus, Ohio, aud from Ripley to AlH-nbnrn, Ohio. C. S. tiELL, President. Ths. ITtBBE?r, Sec'y. jv -ju" Joshua Bratton'a Estate. OTICB U hereby given, that the nndersigned has been appointed and uaiitied Administra tor of the efiate ot Joshua Brattoo, late of High land conntv, Ohio, deceased, by the 1'rohate Court said couury. JOHN W KIOUT. Sardinia, Ohio, July 21, IfJUt. jyw Legal Uotice. John A. Slocumb, and Mr. Slocnmh, wite of said John A. Slocumb, who reside at 1'ort Hnron. in St. Clair County, Michu?in, heir at law Israel Siocuuib, deceased, will take uotice that M. i'limeiii!. Administrator of the estate of said Israel Slocumh, deceased, ou the luth day of July, A. I). lv, tiled his petition in the Probate Court, within and for the County of Highland and State of Ohio, alleging that the personal estate of said decedent is msutticietit to pay h m debts and the charges of administering his estate: that he died seized In fee simple of the following de crihed real eatate, situate in the County of High land, Statu of Ohio, iu the town of Hillsboro, and described a follows; In Lot in the town of Hiiis horo, ktiown aud designated on plat of said town, number one hundred aud forty-six (Ut, being the same premise conveyed fuud Israel Sio curab by Joshua Woodrow and wife-, by deed da ted May 9th, lti, and recorded in Book 4, page and Records for ieeds. Highland Couuty. Ohio. The prayer of said petition ia for a aaie of said premises, for the payment of the debts and charges aforesaid. The said John A. Siocumb, and Mrs. Slocumb, wife of said John A. slocumb, will further take notice, that they nave been made parties defendant to said petition, and that they are rvipiired to answer the same on of before the 11th day of September, A. 1 July Hi, lo. J. M. IU "MKNIL, j) lrm 7 Adminis-trator as atoreaid. f RYTHE HEWS.