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IXIGCL.IXD XXST1TCTE, IXl!:boro. Ohio. The Twen!j-f(rurtb Year of this Home SJioa! lor Girls will begin TUESDAY, SEITKMBER 14, 18S0. For other particulars nJ catalogue pply to Mi L. GRANrMilRAKD, PrinHpal. Col. W. H. Trimble, President. Hon. Ai.piiovso Hart, BeoreUrv. eep2w2 w TTanled Female Help. A Lady to canvaiw fur Oil Painting A xoJ cliaiice for the right person. Sure sales. Sell 00 sight. Apply to , G. E. TUC'KEH, Bt-2wl P. 0. box 202, Hilisboro, O, fYaaied Male Help. - A man to tolicit for the best Lightnin Rod in the market. A eood chance tba right man. Doesn't require any capi tal. Call on G. R. TUCKER, Temperance IiilliarJ Rooms. Hillnboro. O. se2w Public Sate. I will offer, at Public Sale, on SATUR DAY, September 11, 1830, my stock of iiees, Household Goods, Express Wagon, etc, my nwidocee, on the Danville pike, 2 miles west of Hilisboro. t R VVikL PAXGBUKN. Strayed ar Stolen. ' From th stable of the undersigned mihiboro, O., oa Friday night, Ang. 2,th one Cay Howe, about 1.1 hand high, and .bout 8 yean old. II aa a abort, light mane. A liberal reward will be pfcid hie return to n, or for information aa bis whereabouts. HARSIIA & BON. aep2wl Te All Lavers ef STnaie ! A CHEAT IIAUQAIM The Presbyterians hating purchased Pipe Organ, wish to dispose of their Cabi net Organ, which is a fine instrument, and in good repair; will be sold at a reasonable price. For information, irjqnire at Mer chants' National Bank. au2otf Campaign Hats! Jat receded, tbe Garfleid and Hau r('k IXatS. Call in and see tUeni. ogl2t LA. FEIIiEL. XTAXTEDl CCa.CbO rnnds of Old Iron! Highest eaah price for Hides, Tallow, Wool, Fur, Ginseng, Bags, Old Iron, Cop per, Zinc, Brass, Feathers, etc. WOLFSTEIX &, FKANKEL, House, 1 door south of Haruha & S011V marble shops, Hilisboro, O. aagl24 : nooms for Rent. ' Two irood Rooms in a pleasant location oa Walnut street, within 3 squares of Court Houae. Rent low. For particular inquire at this office, aullttf When' Ton Coiue to Town. get your dinner at PARKER'S Restaurant. No. 9 High street, Opposite Court House. feb2iitf 1 ' ' - TLTfrolFlBe Homt. I will remain on tbe Hilisboro Fail Grounds during the ennuing summer and will keep a number of Fine Thoroughbred Stallions of well known trotting stock. apKtf Dk. D. R. STRAIT. At Ktklej Vfaeat Market Yon will find the bent Beef, the bout Pork, the bent, Jewy Sausage, the best Ken tucky Corned Beef, the best Lard. , KiT Nothing but goed, sound, healthy stock used, at bottom prices. nov'28tf " More food and less medicine, more of nourishment and strength, less of the debilitating influence of drugs is hat our feeble awl exhausted constitutions require, paid Baron Liebig, when he perfected the composition of the " Malt 111 tiers. aug25w4rx&cx). - f!ncklen' Arnica (Salve. Tbe Bwrr Sai,t in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheuui.Tetier, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and alr kinds of Skin Eruptions. This Salve i guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in every case, or money refunded. Price 2i oects por box. For sale by Sej lert A Co ortl'.Jvl irw" mil iiiijuiuswpsMsaBBaaMMSMSj . Dr. Tnner, the 40 dnys faster, is lecturing in Brooklyn, on 'What 1 Know About .FaBting." C: me to the mutititig next Satur day, nd h ar the great champion ol Honest Money, SccreUry Sherman. Don't miss the opportunity of see ing ftnJ Leering the great financier, Secretary Sherman, next Saturday. Gex Albert J. Meyer, tlie head of tLe Signal Service Bureau, died in BoUo, N. Y., last week, of heart disease. Thej bleed. . An exchange says "the Ohio Democratic candidates for CJocgres hare been assessed 20 per cent of their prospective salaries. Ouray, the great chief of the TJte Indians, died last week in Colorado. He had been sick some time, but it is suspected that he was poisoned, on account of Lis friendship for the whites. : A New Jersey farmer heard a strange noise among Lis Lens seven teen years ago, and fired a shot-gun at it from Lis bedroom window. TLe other day Le received $500 from an unknown man, who stated that Lav ing Lis legs filled with bird-shot made an honest man of Lim, and now, as Le was about to die, he do sired to reward the shooter. Learn to be Short. Long visits, long stories, long ex hortations,-long prayers, and long editorials, seldom profit those who have to do with them. Life is short: time is short; moments are precious, Learn to condense, to abridge, and intensify. We can endure many an ache and ill if it is soon over, while even pleasures grow insipid and pain intolerable, if protracted beyond the limit of reason and convenience. Learn to be short. Lop oflT branches; stick to the main fact in your case. If you pray ask for what you desire and stop'.- If you speak, tell your message, and hold your peace. Con dense two words into one, and three nto two. Learn to be short. Secretary Sherman addressed a very large meeting in Pike's opera bouse.Cincinnati, last Monday night He will speak at Chillicotbe next Fri xisy RigLt, with Gov. Hart 80 (The juglil.uul Uiri$.:r iiii.L.sitonoi .ii. omit. THURSDAY, - SEPTEMBER 2, 1 880 vaaH for if 1 f ) i KOlt rnESIDENT, JAMES A. GARFIELD, or 01110. Kou VRE-ri:i:MUKN r, CHESTER A. ARTHUR, OF NEW Y(KK. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. at in for to For Secretary ol STalr, ii.m;i.ks twnk.o, ol Athena eouiity. jHdfc of Supreme Conn, GEOUdE W. McILV.VIMi, of Tuscarawas. Cierk of Supreme Court, PWIGHT CEO WELL, of AfhUtlata. Memher of Board of Piililic Works, M. R. HOSMK1!, of Muskingum. St!e C'-tniniis-.iotier fit SrhooL-., 1. f ricWoi.1', of Sniiimlt. For (.'-(ingress, ALPHOXSO HAUT. For Slate Board of Equalization, JOHN F. WADDKLL. For Common Pleas Jmle ace GRi;t;;. Republican County Ticket. For Auditor, C B. MILLER. For Commissioner. LEWIS C'OFFMAN. For Itifirmary Director, ISAAC WEST. THIS PAPER Will be sent during 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 ottne Presidential Election. Commence now, or at any me desired. py 1- l.l.h to any one ( 10 i) .-lines with the t-"B An extra sending in a club monev. Sulvscriliers in a club may heal iflerent ixiKt-olliccs, and for ilillereiil lenyihs of lime. . Crft" Get up clubs at every post-office. SPECIAL NOTICE Mb. Y. H. Miles is authorized lo rceeivo nubsoiiptions for the Newr, and receipt for money in my mime. J.L. BOARDMAN Hillsboro, aug. 30, 1880 Democrats, Attention! ' We will send tie Nkus for a. year to any reRpousible Democrat in this connty, forifl 50, juj-iufie when Gar field is i h rti J. Send in your orders, gentlemen. tf TO YOUR TENTS, O ISRAEL! We hope tho Republicans tf every township will turn out next Saturday to hear Hon. John Sherman and Hon. Warner M. Bateraan, of Cincinnati An opportunity is seldom offered our people to lumr such distinguished and able speakers, and all who can should make their arrangements to attend. The attitude of the Demo cratic party, backed as it is by the "Solid South," with its audacious frauds upon tho ballot-box, its forci ble suppression of free speech and free political action, and the boldly uttered declarations of WadoHamp ton, Toombs and other rebel leaders, that they are still "fighting for tho same principles for which Lee and Jackson fought," and that if Hancock is elected they will see timl he car ries out their purposes we say the attitude of the Democratic parly, thus arrayed, is full of danger to tho peace of tho country, and calls upon every lover of "Liberty and Union" to shake off his apathy and arouse himself to a fjjll sense of his respon sibility and duty as a citizen. Only by timely vigilance and prompt, de cisive action, through the ballot-box, .1 fli.i roiiirwv "lijcf.inriM rnlv bv nn- a, fcuu v,..... .f - j j- t . posing an unbroken, united front to ! ,. ., ... ,. ! to the "Solid South which aguin threa-1 tens our peace-can the freedom and j arL' icub uuj e we Union -loving men of the North stop the advancing wave of Southern ng- them . . , . gressioti, and say to it in tones that , Mnnnt be misunderstood. "Thus far. I ,llt'lr I nil to do tne to yon jf no io This one we life? done but no farthll: Then let every Republican every friend of the Union, and of the peace and prosperity of the country, now curse and il h firmly restored under wise lepub- j lican rule, bleat by the Divine favor, J on liis armor for the contist; the furiiicr lenve lii.-i plow in furrow, tbo int-i-Luuic Lin shop, taerc,Hn'' Htore, the professional m m his cilice let idl leave their usu al pursuits for one il ij, and come and ttike counel together, bow I to avert the hunger which thrci'.cns our bulovoii country, and piei- the lilcssings of freedom, justice, peace, prosperity and jood ffovti unimp;iired, fur ourselu s our posterity, to the latest gcneia tions. The campaign waxeth hot. L"t heat, as the hotter it gets the better it for the Republican party. Col. Noble retuined to-day (Tuesday from his trip to the Pennsylvania oil re gion. The "Whiteoak"' has leeii laid up for re pairs, for several days, hut is now ull right again, and will rosumc her regular trips lo-niorrow, (Wednesday.) The (Jarfield Club has organized a Drum Corps, which will parade the strtcta every I'riday evening, and give us some good martial music. It will also march with tbe Club when it turns out. Mr. M. B. Dorman, of the U. S. Ma line Corps, a former Ilillsboro boy, has our thanks for copies of the '"Organ," sprightly little pacr, published monthly on bo-ird the C S. steamer Shenandoali now Ftniioiu.il at Kio Janeiro, Brazil, ar.d to which vessel Mr. Dorman is noM at tached. The vote on the extension of the C. & M Ry. (S. D.) to Columbus and Maysvllle. taken to-day Tueslay) resulted inaunan imous vote of a majority of all the stock in favor of the extension. Next Tuesday, Sept. 7th, a vote will be taken at the Com pany's oltiee on High street, on the propo sition to increase the capital stock of the road to Sil.OOO.OOO. Secretary Sherman will speak in Hilisboro next Saturday, if alive and well. No disappointment need be feared. Turn out, everybody, and hear him. Gov. Foster thiuks, saya the O. S. Journal, that Ohio will give thelarg est Republican miiority this fall since the war, and that the Republi cans will elect twelve of the twenty Congressmen sure, and probably carry two or three other districts. The Ross county Republicans nom inated a strong county ticket 'last week. They renominated Mr. Esker, the present popular Auditor, and for Sheriff put on the tiack Mr. Wm. L. Tulli-vs, the well known traveling Iry goods and notion dealer, of Bain- bridge, who is a universal favorite, and will no doubt be elected. L"t us tako another satnple of the freedom of flections in the South The ILilcna ( Arkansts) Daily Yeo man h is this : The mm who thinks he can lead in opposition nninst the organized Democracy of Phillip county is not only presumptuous) but fxtremely bold. He will require a body guard equal to the whole number of voters in t ho Do 'Hieratic ranks, and a Gib raltar in his rear on the day of elec tien Gem. Arthur, tbe Republican can didal.!' for Vice President, te'8 the foil nv;n-' about his birth-place : 'My father was a Scotchman, who graduated in the north of Ireland- nd coming to this cenntiy became n rgvmun in V'-rmont, where Le narneil a rsev ivi-riunu woman I.' h-i.l seven eiiildr.'ii. of whom I was tli.i fifth. I iv.t.s born in Fnir- li-'ld countv, Vr,., as tlionrnnds) of in that vicinity know.'' l-'Oiill! Dr. J miner, breikinr his fust ot forty days, furnishes but a faint type uf what would happen should the DemocrAtii) party fjet the oppor tunity of bi'uakino- its fast of twenty eiin-i -ite ea's lika a pig, re narked a liv.sti.nder who va look- tig on with MKtonis'iiiuent while Tun ner was vainly lr) mg to satisfy Lis appeiite with a forty pound water m loa Should the t-aiue peison ever have l lie opportunity of witnessing the epe :t io!e of the I) m Kuati.i lea 1- ers lire ikin; their lonr fast at the public crib, he might fii inch all ua turn throng i anl l:e would never find a simile lilting to p -rtray the event. Heaven sav.i the country from such tin unseemly spectacle! Our Army of Idlers. , p . , , . , num'ji uiipR-an iiiejo n nu luc uuw III- resting the cities ; but much can be done prevent our youth from becoming re- (.nlits to lllis VlU4t HrmV- Tllt,y at lcast 1,ot !,'0"d ,,.,o!'-" Ia,1 us ,do ',ult can t,, Kive them and make them useful mnl industrious .nieuilers of society. Let us educate (belli tool teach self respect. Once give them an insisrht into their own capabilities and w tliel!) the .i,, i-t.w-.,r(J nwaiting lM.l,ltnt fiuieavor tl.en tliey will '"How cau I tell about a thing I dnnno nothing about?" exclaimed a badgered witness in one t our courts. "How can do anything I know nothing about?" exclaim m deeds, if not in actual words the vast army of idlers to Lp funml in lanre cities. It is useltss to talk about finding work for them; thev don't know how to do anything. They "belong that class who have never learned to anything well. Many have never had an opDortnnitv : some had no in clination and others had not persever ance to carry them through. Whatever may have been the cause, the result is same ; tliey have no qualification command success. Twist it about as may, you will find this one fact con stantly staring you in the face. There lliey are, always liefore you, a vast army incompetents trying to excuse them selves by reviling against fate, and com plaining of bad luck. If perchance, they finally come to a realizing sense-of their helplessness and feel some little ambi tion to succeed at something, the' are usually too late. Habit has become too strong for them, or circumstances are longer favorable lo their success. They have not sown good seed in their youth ; what reason have they to expect reup a rich harvest in their old age? is the fatal mistake. We have but youth; if that be wasted, how can hoe for wealth or influence in later It is to be feared that little can lie to better the condition of the never liecome aUlicted with that great of humanity, idleness. Ignorance iJJi'liess go hand in hand together. Overcome the one and you rout tho other. fat woniflii of Corinth, Miss., drank bark tea to make her lean, end she skipped for tbe betler land just two Vlltiug gum-arabic to make her fat. so of a C. DEMOCRATIC LAMBS LAID ON THE ALTAR FOR SACRIFICE. i ItlFICE. DEBRUIN, SANDERS AND BLAIN. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION TODAY. LARGE AND HARMONIOUS. BITTER AND EXTRAVAGANT SPEECHES BY DICKEY AND SLOANE. it s Tho Highland County Democracy held their Convention in this city to-day, (Tuesday.) It was large and harmonious. We Lave kept our pa per open bryond the usual hour of g.,ing to press, in order to give the first repoit of it, which will be found below: MORNING SESSION. a Convention called to order at 10A A. M. by R. T. Hough, Chairman of Central Committer, who nominated Saru'l Murray, of Madison tp., for temporary Chairman, and Dr. Mc Bride, of Puint, was made temporary Secretary. The following committees were appointed: Perm inent Organization R. R. Waddell, Liberty; A.T.Wright.Penn; L Ayres, Concord; W. B. Cochrane, Jackson; S iru'l MoClnre, Fairfield. Credentials John A. Patterson, Liberty; C. B. Edwards, Penn; W. Gall, Washington; Esq. Hurst, Mar shall; W. T. Parker, Madison. Rules and Order of Business C. Stronp, Dodson; B. F. Pence, Salem; George Roush, Union; L. B.- Custer, Newmarket; J. C.Kelly, Washington. Resolutions John Bowles, Liber ty; N. Satterfield, Jackson; JohnStu art,Newmarkef; Wm.Abernethy.Dod son: Hon. H. L. Dickey, Madison. Mr. Hough requested the Central Committee to meet in the Courtroom immediately after adjournment, and a recess was taken until P. M. AFTERNOON SESSION. Convention re-assembled prompt ly, and roport of tho Committee on Credentials called for. Jno. A. Pat terson reported all townships repre sented bnt Whiteoak, and no con tests. Report accepted and com- mittoe discharged. Report of the Committee on Per manent Organization submitted by R. R. Waddell, as follows: For Permanent Chairman, Hon. H. L. Dickey, of Madison; Permanent Sec retaries, Dr. McBride of Paint, and Vv. B. Cochran, of J:.ckson. On taking the Chair Mr. Dickey thanked the Convention, and said he always considered it an honor to pre side over any Democratic body. 11 said the ticket to be nominated to day could win with proper efforts. He declared the Democratic p irtv to be united, and denounced the II publicans as "scoundrels," charging them with having cheated poor ok: Sammy Tilden out of the Presiib n cy in 1S7G. From ocean to ocean and from the gulf to the lakes, the Democracy are united, and if our President is elected, he will take his seat. It was in the power of the Democracy to cast the voto of the buckeye State for Hancwk, an they intended to put forth every ef fort to do it. Ho proceeded will. the old Credit Mobiher and DeGol yer Jravemont laiBeuoods agains Gen. Garfield, which have been nail ed so often, and declared that the Republicans of his own district do sertod him by thousands, forgetting t mention that ho was re-elected to Congress after the charges were made, by an increased majority He read what he claimed to bo res lutions passed by the Republicans lenouneing Gen. Gai field, and a lit tle ripple of applause disturbed Ihi- smooth Kill face of the Democratic sea asseniMeil. lio declared Oar ti-.'ld to be blackened with almost heinous crimes,and yet the Republi ans wanted to elect him to tin igbi-st office in the world, but the jeople would rebuke thtm, and not guilty of sneh a great wrong G rlt-ld h id been connected either directly or indirectly with every great trmid ver perpetrated tin the Ymcrican people. I Applausel At this point Mr. Dickey reported for the Committee on Resolutions, which were long-windod, and would occupy a colnmn. The Resolutions endorsed tho State and National platforms und then went for Gar field rough-shod. They then gave Leedom some tafly, pledged the Democracy to stand by tho county ticket, anil closed by declaring that they would carry Ohio. Prolonged applause. The report of the Committee on Rules and Order of Business was called for and read by tho Secretary as follows ; This Convention shall be govern d by the ordinary parliamentary rules. The business of the Convention shall bo transacted ui the following order, viz: Report of Committees and election of permanent i fficers. the nominations had be in the following order, viz : Auditor, Com missioner, Infirmary Director. That a majority of nil tho votes composing the Convention shall be required to make a nomination. Hint the delegates present from each ownship shall he authorized to cast the full vote of their delegation. I hat the candidate receiving the low est number of votes after the tilth and each ueceeding ballot shall le dropped. That the voting shall he by ballot, up on call of the townships in alphabetical or der. Report adopted. Nominations for Auditor were annouii c- d in order, when a motiou was made for the chair to Appoint two tellers, and C. B Kdwards and James Crispin Were appoint- ed as such John A. Patterson nominated E. M. De Bruin, and another gentleman nominated H. O. Murphy, of Jackson township Kiiby Smith here asked to speak on be half ot lr. Murphy, and there belli tr no objection he proceeded to laud him to the sk:es, and theu withdrew bis name, Johu A. Patterson and W. W. Bell then moved that Mr. DcBruin be nominated by acclamation. Carried amid applause and cheers. Loud cries for DcBruiu weirt up, and a messenger was dispatched for him. Mr. DeKruiu appeared, all umiles, and was applauded. 1 he chair introduced him as the uc.it AuiIUur. Mr. Dcliruiu said he was very grateful. grateful that he could not express his llianus, as he bad lceu nominated by the Democracy of Highland county very ofteD, tiut did not say anything about being nom inated once tin often, aa this nomination will prove. He said he felt good, outside the " little mallei " of his nominatiou for Auditor, because Hancock was nominated, and be believed would be elected. He for gave the Democrats for the split at Charles ton, aud said he believed they would have solid South and nearly a solid North. Nominations for Commissioner were an nounced as follows: John Booart, I'nion; I', Sanders, Salem: 1). J. Vance, New market; George llulitt. Paint; Wm. Ruble, Clay: Wm. Strange, Hamer; Johu A Trim-' ble, Jr., Liberty, 7 in all. The call of the townships piucceded.but j Whiteoak not being represented a motion ' in air. as a and toll-gate was mide that any Democrat present that tp. bo allowed to cast her vote. C'ur riei', but no one responded when tho wa called, so the 1st ballot was taken without Whiteoik, as follows: Trimble 14, Vanoe 'J, Sanders 10, Bo gart 25, Kuble 11, llulitt 8, Strange 5 Whole number of votes K 7, necessary to choice 44. On the call for the second ballot, it was found that no one was present to cast Whiteoak's vote. Cary MatthewB did want her to be disfranchised, and some discussion followed as to whether she could vote. Some wanted the Chair to i,i,,t delegates, others wanted the ( hair lo cast the vote, and still others wa jted four dele-! gates appointed from the township farthest distant from "Whiteoak. The motion for the Chair to appoint was and lost, and Whiteoak was disfranchised, reducing the numler of votes in the Con vention to 83 to a choice ; necessary 1 he name of Mr. Strange was withdrawn iiieiiitmeoi .nr. strange whs witnurawn and the result of the second ballot an-' nounced Second ballot Trimble 6, Vance Sanders IS, Bogart 27, Ruble 12, llulitt Third ballot Trimble 7, Vance 12, San ders 15, Bogart 22, Ruble !0, llulitt 17. Fourth ballot Trimble !, Vance S, San ders 2t, Bogart 21,Rulie", llulitt 12. After this ballot the names of Trimble and Vance were withdrawn. A delegate from Whiteoak arrived at this point, and was allowed to cast her vote. Fifth ballot Sanders 35, Bogart 19, Ru ble 12, llulitt 11. Under the rules Holia's name was dropped and the names of Messrs. Bogart and Kuble were withdrawn, when C. P. Sanders, of Salem, was nominated by acclamation. I Cheers. 1 Nominations forlnlirmai y Director were announced as follows : Jas. W. Blain, Madison; Jas. Ballentine, Washington ; J. W. OlJakcr, Union. At this point Calvin Stroup moved that a committee be appointed o wait en I Sloane, Ksq., and invite him to make seech after the nominalious were made. Carried. first ballot -Blain 02, Billentine UldukerZ". On motion the nomination of Mr. Blain was made unanimous. This concluded the business of I lie Con vention, winch we must sav was harmon ious and business-like: The Committee appointed to invite Mr. Sloane lo speak, apiieared with that gentleman, who pro ceeded to make a scccli. As usual, it was bitter and extravagant, and when it was concluded, the Convention adjourned nine die. Health Notes. Ir. Georee II. Nsi.l 1PVS nil tkTfimDnt physician, says; "A Particular kind of exercise is to be recommended for those whose chests are narrow, whose shoul ders stoop, and who have a hereditary predisposition to consumption. If it systematically practiced along with other means of health, we would unar- antee any child no matter how manv relatives have died of the disef-l. against its iuvasion. It is voluntary in spiration. Nothing is more simple. Let her stand erect throw her shoulders back, and the hands behind ; then let her inhale pure air to the full of her lungs, and retain it a few seconds by an increased effort; then it may be slowly exhaled. After one or two natu ral inspirations let her repeat the act and -so on for 10 or 15 minutes, twice daily. Not only is this simple procedure a safeguard against consumption, but, in the opinion of some learned physi cians, it can cure it when it has already commenced. A correspondent of an English medical journal furnishes the iouowiug recipe as a new cure for con sumption : Put a dozen lemons in cold water and boil until soft (not too soft), roll and squeeze until the juice is all ex tracted, sweeten the juice enough to be palpable then drink. Use as many as a dozen a day. Should thev cause pain or looseness of the bowels lessen the quantity and use five or six a day until better. By the time you have used live or six dozen you will beirin to e-ain strength and have an appetite. Of course as you get better you need not use so many. Follow these directions and we know you will never regret it if there is any Help lor you. Only keep it up faith fully. We know of two cases where both of the patients were given up by the physicians, and were in the last stages of consumption, yet both were cured by using lemons, according to the directions we have stated. One lady in particular was -"bedridden and very low ; nad procured evervthiusr that monev could procure, but all in vain, when, to please a friend, she was finally per- uaaeu to use lemons, sue began to use tlieui in Fobruarv. and in April she weighed 140 pounds. She is a well woman to-day, and likely to live as long is any oi us. Words of Wisdom. Have airood eonseiencj-'md tbnn abnl nave joy. The glory of a eood man is the testi mony of a good conscience. He who can at all times sacrifice pleasure to duty approaches sublimity A good conscience is able to bear verv iiiiicn, alio 's very cheerful in adversdy. A man s own good breeding is the best security against other people's ill man ners. Thank God ! our troubles come like rain, chiefly sideways: there is ulwavs elter. ' A bold fiirht asrainst misfortune will iften enable a man to tide over a tiirht !ace and put ruin to flight. Would we but profit by the experi ence of others we should have the royal road to the palace of wisdom. Philosophy triumphs easily enough over past and future evils, but present evils triumph over philosophy. e must not six-ak all that we know. that were folly : but what a man savs should be what he thinks, otherwise it'is knavery. Faith dies when charity ceases to feed its flame, and strength decays just in proportion as cheerful hope fails to n, : e ji i iiiiilauii me cuergius oi me mmu. Life is disciplinary, and those who are ground in the mill of adversity make better spiritual material than those who are disciplined only by plenty and suc cess. If a man be gracious and courteous to strangers, it shows that fie is a citizen of the world, aud that his heart is no island cut off from other hearts, but a continent that joins them. True joy is a serene and sober emo tion ; and they are miserably out that lane laughing lor rejoicing ; the seat of it is within, and there is no cheerfulness like the resolution of a brave mind. It is a most important lesson, and too little thought of, that we learn how to enjoy ordinary life, and to be able to relish our being, without the transport of some passion, or the gratification of some appetite. As the dress of one who Las passed several hours in a garden retains some what of the perfume of the flowers, so a person who spends much time in tiie company of the good will exhale from his person the odor of virtue. The river Jordan is not the only pleasant water that empties itself into a dead sea. Some of the "sweetest cur rents" of our lives are fated to end there. Let ns look to it that we are not borne thither on their limpid bosom ! A commotion was observed recently a farmer's wagon and a citizen ad vanced to discover that the farmer aud wife were having a regular old-fashioned domestic light in the bottom of the wagon, while the horses were eating grass over the curb-stones. "Here what's to pay?" shouted the citizen, as he climbed ujion the wheel. riglitin ! ' gasjied tbe woman, whose head was half buried in the straw. The fanner made no reply. His head was under the seat, one leg over the wagon-box, and he was claw ing the air like a mail whose lungs wanted more "I should think you'd wait till you get outside the city to euirage in such dis graceful conduct," continued the cftizen. "I know we orter," replied the woman she sat up, "but w hen I found six plugs of tobacco, a new dime novel and pack of keerds in his hind pocket, and remembered how I had waited six months for a kaliker dress, 1 riz right up tackled him on the spot. 1 couldn't wait a moment then, mister, but now if you'll check up that nigh boss I'll drive along and renew the combat beyond the !" John and Ida. married Lived in Idaho forlorn. 'Cause John hutne round the tavern Ami lu liudio the curu. I Black Jews. tp. a not The Jsu-ith World gives some inter esting details as to the social and relig ious customs of the black Jews in India: The majority are natives of the Mala bar coast, where, especially in the of Kotschim, tliey reside in considerable numbers. It is said that they are descendants of the Jews who were to India by King Solomon to capture elephants for his use and to work in gold mines; ami mat tneir skins, in course of three thousand years, entirely changed color, so as to make i impossible to distinguish them from rest of the natives. They know j Hebrew, that language having almost ! Jied out among them. Their mother ' tongue is the so-called Hindi, which 14. used in their scriptures and prayer- books. They also possess a bible, which is not printed, but written. Of the holi- davs they only keep the Baobatn vlrt.0 v"v 'he Passover, the Day of Atonement 7 ll! beinn entirely unknown to them. the preparation of their food they differ from other Jews, as, during their thousand years' separation from the of their co-religionists, nearly all original customs and manners have out. They live separately, to this from the white Jews, as the latter not regard them as actual descendants of the Jewish race. As an answer this the colored Jews boast of their of freedom given by an ancient king of India, and another one of Tschandrackupta, who lived in the of Alexander the Great. They do call themselves "Jews," but "Sons Israel," and they maintain that they in possession of a number of autograph prayer-books written by the patriarchs. They live in jtjreat poverty and are ignorant, earning their living by working in the field and by day labor. Useful Hints. 14, m To Cure oh; kiwi of Bart. Paint casionally with butter of antimony. To Dislvoy .4 Where ants are troublesome place a bone of meat. will all collect on it and must then destroyed by scalding. Lemon and Orange Tincture. Never throw away lemon or orange peel ; the yellow outside oft' carefully, and it into a tightly corked bottle, enough alcohol to cover it. Let it stand until the alcohol is a bright yellow, pour it off, bottle it tight, and use it flavoring when you make rice pudding. Add lemon and alcohol as often as have it, and you will always have a flavoring. A Cure for DiptiierUi. The Dr. Field, during the ravages Jiptheria in England a few years since, used the following remedy: A of flowers of brimstone in wineglass of water, stirred with Gnger rather than a spoon, as sulphur Joes not readily amalgamate with water; when well mixed use as a gargle swallow. In extreme cases, where fungus was too nearly closed to aUow gargling, he blew the sulphur through quill into the throat, and after fungus had shrunk, then gargled. If patient cannot gargle, sprinkle flowers of brimstone on a live coal let him inhale the fumes. Brimstone kills every species of fungus in beast and plant. Dr. Field never lost patient from diptheria during all immense practice. Harper' ifdgaine contains a very pretty Indian song, which, translated into our language, reads as follows : Firefly! fire-fly' briubt little thing. Light me to bed wbtle my sone I sine: 3ive me your light as you fly o'er my bead. rhat 1 may merrily go to mv bed ; 31ve me your lllit o'er tbe grass as you creep, rhat I may joyrully go to my sleep. Dome, little Are-fly, come, little beast, Demo, ami I'll makeyoe to-morrow a feast: me. little auulle, that flies as I sing. Bright little fairy hu. night's lit'le kins: L'ome, anil I II dunce us yuu guide me along; Come, und I'll pay you my bii, with a song. Tlw. T...1 ...i: . ...i a.ihz iiKiiiijin hjiis sivie Of !irr-,n(.rrt religious news can hardly bu recommended to young journalists. Here is Herald excerpt: "Rev. J. S. Reager, hero of a steamboat idyl on the uujkum moon us puny oi second part, has scooped one hundred souls into his church during the first year of his pastorate in this cily, Reager Hillsboro Prices Current. Corrected Weekly by Soott A Ko&us, Wholesale and Kutaiilir'H.'jrsiuid l'rodnce Dealers. S., IHI . . . 4''u 47 Sua as I S a! I sos I i ! mi i-Mrt ull 40 M . . . 1 ,ta I ii H a a a U5 . . .'Hla 36 '" !"a li a S Da lu 7.. i B a 5 7 4 8 7 utt 2-'il JO 1! M'S 3 OU a 6 Wa 31 1 3s 411 oa H7 1 l'a 2 On 14a 15 For the Week eliding Tvesiiay, Aug, "1, P-so. BUYING PRICKS f'liit i'OI'NTKV fKoUL'C'a Oealerbare paying tin: illuming price lor Various article named : neat, Ked, hunhul Ooru, Oata,... Tiuioihy Seed, burLel Kial Seed Flour, cwt Curu Meal, bushel Potatoes Sweet Potatoes, liush Wl:ite Boaus, bushel. Dried Apples, IL Prachrs I.reeu Apples Kealners, Bi Butter, Kifgs, dozen bacon lialus, lb Sides " shoulder Lard Hay, ton Sorgiiuiu MoiaSM.-s, iral Wood, cord, Tallow, tt Wool. Ileece, (b tu'-wagiicd and picked " unwashed Live ehickena, dos. ... Poultry, Pressed Dreaded Chicken do. Tn rki-ys, lb Live Turkeys m.t ft, Uoller. lb 1,1 Vg STUCK Beeves, cvvl, gros 3t rna 3 on whipping .1 rta 4 00 iiheep Jiercwt :l Sua 4 U0 hogs, cwt gross ;i 7.ria 4 111 Slock Hogs " . . 3 'a a 011 RETAIL PitK'ES Of (IKOCEKIUS 4 PKODUU Groceries and other articles retail from stores he following prices: sugar, .V O. II. 9a 10 " Keliued, Crueiicd Powderc. llja Conee, Kio '. .. " Java Tea, Imperial, V. 11. and O. I'... " black ' Japan Candles, Common " Star Cheese, Iiiflory Flour, good family iu;imi,twt.. ' " ' hbl... Ilurkwlieat F!mr. cwt Fish Mackerel, IS". X, Jtbhl. .. V hill kil Fish White, .14 bill Kits. MoIatigcM, N. t . " Sorghum .. lioldoii Svrup Lard Oil - Coal Oil ... Hominy ...... a Suit, Kanawha and Ohio, hid H a Hams, City sugar'cu -ed.... a Clover Seed, hu. a Sapling do a Timothy Seed, bu a llroouis, single 'ia Ilice, M) Ha Starch, lb Sm .. 4uu 1 W . 6uu 1 uO a K0 . a la a to a :t ixc a o ih) 3 oi a 4 ftO :i oi a :io si 'a fo a 3 D a 1 th a 70 4 I'd it'll Tt'a 2i a fio 5 74 th 3 4U Cincinnati Wholesale Prices. For the week ending Monday evening, Ant. ltw. Carefully corrected iron. TuetMay'B City Dallies. Wheai-, White, bu m& w Wheal, Amber Mia 9.1 Witt al, Ked, bu Wa !! Corn 4 4." OatM .Ma ;3 i'arley, tall nh 10 liny, bnled. Ion 8 Until. Clover Seed, It 7 a 1 Timothy Seed 2 "a 2 fift Flax Seed 1 ota I 10 Flour, nuiwrtiuc, bbJ 2 Wa 3 oo Flour, tiunily 4 5"a 2 7-r Htiftcr, prime roll, tb 16a iCi'ir, do. , a l.i Cheese, taclury, ft "a T While lleaim, bu 7a 1 &0 Feaila rn, lt a 43 Wool, Ohio and Ind. tleece-washed.. H.a 40 Apples, green, hbl looa 1 Apples, dried, lb 6t a I'eaches, dried tia 7 Tallow, rvndered fija b Mes. I'ork, bbl (3 .al6 oo Lard, R 7a H Ileitis, suirar-eured liia S Sail, Kfi:iubu ami Ohio Kl ver, bid.. .a 1 2-r ."nirar. N. I)., IT.... rlilirnr, llelineil .Villages, N. ()., yal ; Syrup!!, Kellned Sorelinni Tea, V. H., Imp. and C. P Tea, ( olo:it Cellee, Uin Maekerel. Nil. 1, hill While Fii-li, hall-barrel Bmumrt, lUif. I'ottnu, criinnnni lolnir, II, 'IVihacen, Uliio 5-eeil Leaf, ewt liiee, n Heap, lirrinan Starch, II, Potatoes, bill Oil, C'nal, Kellued, sal Oil, I.Kiil, i-al Oil, Linsi-eil i'lnckelii. live, lie , Turkeys iln h-t-d, lb Tiirki-vc, livr, II. liicky, e.il Coal, dcliven-d, II. V. A: YoiiLrh'y'ny I'oal, ileiivert d, OIko Kiver IV 11 47 3T' ... 'J .. 40:1 .. ,16a Ma .. KSa ss .. ;ila te ..lika l'J .11 r.iia'! 0" . 4 r.na i! Ml ..1 :wa a . i:i.V ..1 IlialO iu .1 loa 1 7S Ja 14 f 6Sa 67 a t.s I Ann 3 Ifl ss a 1 II la II LIVE STOL'K. IIol'F, cut.,L.'i-OH 3 IKK 5 '25. llcevi's, t-w t., trrot.!? 1 7"a 4 'Jj hei-p ancl Lambs, cwt., Kroeil i 2."a i Taking Things Easy. city the sent the tne have it the little is ana In rest their died day, do to let ters King time not of are oc very They be cut put with then for you nice of tea spoonful a the and the a the the the and a his There is no small art in taking things easy, says Harper's lSuzar, so long as w e can suffer annoyances in this breathing world, saying as little as possible about them, and making no parade of our martyrdom. If making a fuss and ren dering everyone else about us uncom fortable in any way abated the ills that flesh and spirit are beir to, there would be some slight excuse for the folly and selfishness ; but since we cannot escape tribulations of one kind or another, fret ting only aggravates them. Either let us be silent and endure, or take arms against our woes, and by contending end them. In general ho w ho makes no ado is supposed to have no troubles of his own, or an organization so inferior that it is not jarred out of tune by the rough usage of fortune; to mako the very worst of every trouble, big or little, from the fracture o"f a teacup to that of a skull, is considered by many a proof of great sensibility anil depth of char acter, while he who pursues the other course, who endures reverses, slights, injuries, pin-pricks of annoyance, agues of anxiety, physical and mental neural gias, without reporting them to every passer and howhngiiis grievances into the ears of every listener, is often spoken of as of fibre too coarse to feel acutely and suffer keenly. '"It is his temperament, we are told, iie uines nothing to heart." Some one, however, wittily advises us, "Never tell your mis fortunes ; nobody likes to have unfortu nate friends ;" but in spite of this warn ing many seem to think that disaster itself is a recommendation to favor ; that they deserve a bonus for serving as a target for fortune's arrows ; and they are not seldom acutely jealous lest some other should be deemed their superior in suffering. In the meantime everyone has a welcome for the person who has the good sense to take things easy. It is comfortable to be able to agonize over one 3 own trials, to a mind at leisure from itselt" The person -who can go without her dinner and her spring suit and not advertise the fact; woo can lose her purse and keep her temper ; who makes light of a heavy weight, and can wear a shoe that pinches without any one being the w iser ; who does not mag nify the splinter in her finger into a stick of timber, nor the mote in her neighbor's eye into abeam; who swal lows her bitters without leaving the taste in other people's mouths ; who can give up her own way without giving up the ehost : who can have a thorn in the flesh and not prick all over her friends with it such a one surelycarries a pass port into the good graces of all man kind. : A correspondent gives the following recipe for a paste for use in making scrap-books: "Dissolve a piece of alum the size of a walnut in a pint of boiling water; to this add a couple of table spoonfuls of flour,' made smooth in a little cold water, and a few drops of oil of cloves, letting the whole come to a boil. This paste will keep months. Put it in glass jars used for canning, or well cleaned blacking-bottles. Use a half inch bristle brush, which costs but a few pennies. This paste is handy, too, for lomestic purposes. Two men jostle each other on flie street, exchango words, and take to pum meling each other lustily. "Gentlemen, gentlemen," cried a third, rushing be tween them, "Why do you pound each other thus? Have you no wives at home?'' j ' When an extravagant friend wishes to borrow your money, consider which of the two you wohld rather lose. MARRIED. HILL-PFAllCE A'lgnst 2!, lssn, at the Wright House. Hilisboro, O., bv ltev. W.J. MrSurely, Mr. Johu W. Hill and Miss Kiilli Ann 1'e.irce. ELLIOTT I'll A V ENS A ugnl 23, 1S . at tin resiih nee of Hie hrlde's lather, near .Marshall, O., hvK. v. P. A. V, Colin, Mr. Win. A. Kili.e.t am Miss l.ina S. Cravens. New Advertisements. the tn, Administrator's Notice. The niidursisiiecl hits this day Ik-cm duly ;ipointtrf ami ((tt;iiiri'-i! a- .Vlimnitntrir f the K.-(;itt ol SmhmirH Bonwtl, irje:tetl, late nf Iliehlnnii comilv, U. OK . W. AH'U.'UV. Haretl An jr. 19. 8. BtvJxvJ Highland Probata Court. NOTICH OF FIL1X4 ACCOUNTS : The foK lowing, ioime-1 Admiuistrators, Kxecutnrp, i;uard inns and AsiL'ire have tiled their a cotmta in thin Court lor settlement; and said actu mttf have been continued lor publication. eACeptiona au; hearicg, until the 7tU day ui SepteiuLHT, A. i. IsS't. lo-wit : The Adminis" rators of the estates of K. W. p.trg'ir, B. W. K ister, J. 11. faster, Ut;orge W . Hnmm.ni, deceased. The Ksecutor ot the estate of J. M. Trimble, deceas. d. '1 he (iiianliitiid of Mary A. Liggett, of W.R. and Roma Kohitisou, ot Wm. and Uijbert liat her, ot Liilv and A'iuhj tt'-tta. The .Vn-ognce ol 11. K. Ilixsou. Ualed I liia 31st day oi August, is.HO. liK. li. UAKDNER, Bepw3 l'rohate Judge. Assignee's Sale. In pursuance ot an order of the Vrobate Court f Highland Countv, Ohio. 1 will offer tor sale at public auction. ON SATURDAY, OCTOliER. U0, it lo o'clock A. M ., at the residence of Deiun-ey Sexton, 14 miles we-t ot Sainautha, itt I'enn tp., ill faiu county, the Keal instate ot sua Dvinpaey "Hixtnii, heretofore assigned for the benetlt of his redidtrs, dus:rihed ait V llows : Situ ite in Pvtin township. Highland county, ., part of Oraham'o Survey, Nos. vi'sa aud Wv, aud oumlfd and destrifced aa follows ; FIRST TRACT. Beginning at a sugartree arid elm. e nn?r t I. West's bind ; thence wiflj hU line S. decrees, V. HM poicj to a stone. .rn.r to (mc Adaui.V laud; thence, with hia line N. 17 degrees, W. poles ti a stone, corner to Isaac AtU:U4 ; thence N 7:i degrees, E. 61J oolon to a stake; thence N. 17 degrees, W. 10) poles to a stone, corner to lohn A. Smith; thence with his line N. Tldegrca, E. Wt Kles ; thence S. 17 degrees, E. l.H.i poles, to the p!aee of beginning, containing 90 acres of laud, moru or less. SECOND TRACT. Beginning at a stone between a bUckgtim ami a blu("nra, S. E. corner of said survey, and comer to J. F. U. Holmes' land; thence with Isaac Ad ams' li;te N. 74 decree, ft minutes, E. ts 72-.OU poles to a stake iu the middle point letween a whiteoak and beech, in the line of Dempsey Sex ton's first tract ; thence with his line N.l deg, W. 1 3i-lO0 poles to a etuue, corner to said first tract ; thence with another of his lines X. T.v4 de grees. H. .V' 1 1 n poh-s lo ft stone, another comer ot paid first tract; thence with his line X. 1.V: de grees, W. 3i 64-Hit poles to a stone, comer toL. B. huwanls' land; thence with bis inn- S. hi.i,; decrees VV t" -ji--li m poles to a stone, another corner to C. B. Edwards ; thence with bis line S. decrees. V. '.'. poles to a stone, corner to saul C. B. Ed- : wants; thence with h;a line . 7i degrees. W. Ml poles to a stone in the line of J. F. it. Holmes laud; thence with hie line S. 17 degrees,--i I miu's. E. 85 94-100 pole to the beginning containing 4i acres aud 14 poka ot Und, more of less. PERSONAL PROPERTY. There will also be offered, at the sam time and place, Personal Property, including Corn in the Held, Far mi tiff? Ltensiis, Household ods, etc lenits ot sale ot iteal t state one-third cash. oue-third hi nine months, aud one-third in fifteen 1 months from day of sale, the deferred payments to bear interest from the day ol sale at the rate of rj per cent, per annum, aud to be secured by a mort gage upou the premises sold. j. n.. ric&Ei'.KHU( Assignee. August 30, 18S0. sepwo REMOVAL John Matthews, SiH-.-es.--.or to If-, s. qui xx, formerly MJLLKi: .V QUI XX, No. 17 Ncrth flish Street. Having purchased the Grocery Stock of R. S. Quinn, I will carry on the Grocery business in the old ililler & Quinn stand, and ask the continuance of your patronage. I will attempt to give satisfaction, in prices and manner of conducting business, to all who favor me with their gro cery business. Highest Cash Prices paid fer Country Preiee. YOU JTiZ IliVITED TO CALL. JOHN MATTHEWS. September 1, 1SS0. tp'ltl Hand EEoiireion to Ifeiti! Via THE If AEIETTA & CIXCIIJXATI HATLZC1D, Tuesday, Sept. 7, 1880. U FARE FDR EDUED TRIP FROU HILLSI0E3 0311 $125. a n II The Great Industrial Espesitien Open: September 8. EXTRA ATTRACTIONS AT THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS AND TIIE FAMOUS HILL-TOP RESORTS. Return Tickets Goo'd Until September 12th, Inclusive. THOS. P. BAHEY, G. P. A. .eplwl JA3. II. STSWABT, Sop. rv s . . lie Literary nevoid H'l. o 10 11 b ""OiM pl Blerirra, nf the bw c! onlr, within nwA of mrr ml liliill IS U I Boukj mro reduced in price to but . trcecia. of lawr oust hervuuni. JjtomiiXitm hi and fro flshlmr. txvaxrw book buyers ant uuin.Hfxi to aave doiw liiNwue. KnJiitiM hoa inflile Uie voiA July ona at tht luK-?t month! oC um rr f"r 6 ihufour books, hn-aaae tWpwpt beuevA In tt. LeCXan aro ecwae to tikti rkxicl : tcinuMhM fr-Jmrt hwv jk.-t monun ot um yr Cvine nice tne uav ifore ijinauiuu. callinkr for haa. uk! hwai- t uv !im.in i ... .-.-i tnaof vuIoiaBM day, not couutiing paunptiluu. tul w are burnt fmaMJi to-m u &..a mm mi ity, m t TU UUnrf B4Ua trvw the Mart to mvn -:i.-4 l.ij- miawtmn m IW import, it uleni fbtxiM terou u tui uumu mwta. August 0?pcrr-T,ir;8s. eaaa, an neetrvd dnriny Aotrujt, m feJivwat Gliambers's EiiGyc!oioil:i! fn eluth fur (7.&o ) Um vant- pnnttl n tUivj. ht-avier popvr, witlo nunrrj, and buunU in haifH. . Ji.w. The tlrrt vivv, uwm mm rwuJ fur deurery. Vmsm ia wui Ls rvmi? A. li. Ilka r f AW AMAZING OFFER. eWh. for ft.MK. and in tout Ruxnta fij, top, Lx -r mtit I - nl Ta iwani al iiw n fir iihwm um xvinulmmr wltiine wu-n winipitU-dT w.mii Th CaAMBra-s KsvYt;iFJuL" eopiui tea the r TSTohmM of ocTUbmr UniT rkw.u the remainiJiij voimnea. omplrce in tberlv.-n. wm be aoid mimntj mtm pD.n.-d. a'cwitiigaiwimif prlct are low tyod eoraparwHi wncn toe cco- r-er bai fiuwiMiru. wo yuiNiHD twviT oooks in TMunpOiat Lirai and w,a CuricsiliES. carkxritlee they r wrjrtn o6tainirjc by every one. erea it th-y wr not uaumru - .j t as'ii tarn a K-cted. litej are m-um by the miin. -n. Ai! Chf foilowtnr aro unabrurwd. and dodo oTp . i, . f . . ra aro in type smoiW than brevier. ear1y all of tnem have fcwreu.' ore beva i "il cuoitstri by other house at from fl.twto $. . cb. 'rniii " Life ot Fr-v-nx W W Ihe ;r. -at," f arlylrt " Ui e of Robert ftinu," Ta. MaaW - ManUr-e c? fUrut,- 9twm or, aw ti a rTJUKl ; "DWa fltMIMMg i XrtTKj aoj tfr-iirfr A - - y -- Eccks. 5 Cents. PIT, tratcd, by F.rn Tracy Alden, earn lire cent, tmsr tro u it la f . . 'fllfriar-a r uai'taa," price aix mnt awl PHvaie nmuinU" ihatoorwm K I f " " toriuB, not piaysi, by author of " dparrowfaui ruoen.' pnoe, two eauw. W Wn i J 4. V Notwithatandtuff tbe amaxiugly low price of thev untiutu, VT a a ajnnd npwfta. fN- Utui oks are arvAerailT hi rwr twiuirA ts h wii.irur tn m 1 . Uea imcea are low aa toe iivo:i!Uon ium.-i them. La tu ponnoctioa tt ta pr oer to miuua Jr faTv on antuiocaarv pu oiuoera oare oees addtny to oar fame and jmxfttiM ? i gar f r date good books 1 Step Tfcisf!- a i.n u ptraua. iney pay twQea Uwy paae 0 f'-r-'-Q wo-n a o-vy - -I. um nrvd y ! tt .m for H'bea " U nuavm of Cbrut w il it to 1 a LurtnuM. ynurnor wm? cenrj airrerwiwe OJU a iurfea (r-t, Oo yoa ttiii. J Another pcblHhed ,e f 1 IT gm " Ijfe of 1 'tirirt" fur JO our prlr u bo mm. How much did Dr iietm r-i 0 u t a I " 1 f 1 dirrprFTiwf His letter to -jj aays n.hJ ng." Hrlart a OJy aCTaeted aa rweaiij cr.j'ng .J M I UM Cbmb Jmkm Fnbilar. Ths same eiedrorrtemi mim! nnnum ch-z 4.1 Dun. w . -1 . want no boulu more beavtiul Utan are aome of oura. The jnw MeUvnl Booa Concom oa7 rvf e e! lii jure tbe eaif of thtnrs. -ve reduced Smith a " Bibr Dlrttonary from ai X to cetita k ioa l m- 'iT d BiblK-al UtentUT" front itO.OO to t.D0; and Yovra - AnaJoeJ Cooijrdanc to Ue - naon.ifrcd of rellirloUB Ilteratare. the greatest wont ot the antd wftjcb ue ewntoi-y has nrtxiu.-M from lua people majr pronour..w Uie vBrda-t wbo le ruj.ty ot wrotMr-duin we, or tre mua.,aajv ,-r. 'rai uraas ono Jd Coat Qid be way to if nU of a bad law U u er:. .roe rt ,( vmo a taw tu--m.t . l.a.l 0a fcwi a WM Wl mi y Mil ia to Kiame tnat Ut im ru n ru Bifi ir, tr. .7 thfT ehoee to do aa We believe that Um euthor of ft boo ts aa Bwca en -d to aoenfute erooercy aai urJ over aa bt the author of aiy other prudm of the hand or braia. iTr for a taw to iri-efi"n wn iw. t at 4 Ta LitMvr BTalUaa more than all oUmt lnfloencee forcing the onoP -f w -;-u'-e o"iuu- t. ia- of mu h M.it Hum im iniv - - m r. ,7 . . . ' ' " ' of aucb a law. Rut there i plenty of h fr in tfie ta.ic Yire cent coprright oa a book would (rive an author s.tt n pr..-w tmiTkti ".ie DcH,i.-y r.- uiwuuu iw biie luma uvu win n' aeu ivu.uw u pus at a rearfcivu. y.-.oe 'loee n- it ier u -And Uie really au4H aa that the mmmm waat ouncsc U ami a:id a aana mtm Uimnrj KVrWaitoa haa achieved IU ImJ imHm ana maae tMmiune rvaaereof fr- qu. Anti B-Hx;riil. author now g-iC. But Banyan. 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