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Citizsa' Nati:ial Bant,
OF HILLSBOROUGH, OHIO.
CAPITAL 5100,000
SURPLUS 20,000
Directors.
DAVID NOBLE, J. (J. URInfl,
WILLIAM murT, ELI AS OVERSCAN,
i J. hUliSLKY t. I. BUMUAKKKB,
JOHN L. WKST.
Officers.
J. C. ORKUtl, PidenL
WILLIAM .SCOTT, Vice-Prwidont.
C. M. OVgKMAN, Chier.
O. 6. hRR K, Aaeisual Cuhier.
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THURSDAY, CCTCSER 7, 1880
TOWN AND COUNTRY.
E. L. BOARDMAN,---LOCAL EDITOR.
Remember the circus next Monday.
Burch Miller will take his seat in No
vember. Don't forget it.
Democrats who "want change," should
Tote for Barch Miller for Auditor.
They say Bob Murphy is to be Secretary
of the Interior, if Hancock is elected,
Mrs. 0. M. Harsha left last week, for
three week visit to relative! at Zanesville,
Ohio.
Mr. fiarry Olenn hat purchased a f 150
nickel plated bicycle, which is the finest
in town.
"Bully" Gibson ha taken his cue from
KUrby and declares that the county is Dent'
ocratic
Alias tola iioberU, ot I roy, u., is vis
iting Miss Lelia Zink, of East Walnut
street.
Nat Rockhold, 6q., of Cincinnati, spent
Sunday in the city. Nat says Butterworth
will slaughter Hunt.
Vote for Lewis CoSman for Commiss
ioner. He is well qualified for the posi
tion, and will be elected.
Next week will be a busy one for Hills
boro. Circus, election, Court, and three
days of the county Fair.
Kirby is great on figures, but he eant
show the figures for the assertion that
Highland is S00 Democratic.
Eev. W. M. Mullenix hae been transferred
from the Kentucky to the Ohio Conference
and stationed at Zanesville.
The slanderonB stories that are being
circulated against Esq. Isaao West, will
only make his majority larger.
Kirby, where has that 300 Democratic
majority been all these years T We think
at has been "sleeping the sleep that knows
no waking."
Miss Annie Copes, of this oity, is to be
married at 8 o'clock next Thursday even
ing, to Mr. George Hinton, of Washing
ton C H.
The new Masonic Hall at Leesburg was
dedicated last Thursday, Rev. Van Gere,
cf this oity, performing the dedicatory
services,
Mr. L A. Feibel advertises in our local
notice columns that he will give a Family
Ticket for the Fair to every one who pur
chases 20 worth of clothing.
Vote for Aee Gregg for Common Fleas
Judge. He is a gentleman in every way
qualified, is s fine lawyer, and Till be
.elected by a good round majority.
Wonder where that 300 Democratic ma
jority was when Kirby ran against J odge
Gardaer? He was only 307 behind his
ticket, and it would have helped him out
considerably.
No colored man who heard Judge West's
speech, would ever think of voting the
Democratic ticket. His apppeal to the
colored voters was the finest we ever heard
and many of them were moved to tears.
"TheUlric," although nearly used tip
by the labors of the campaign, is still in
the ring. He made a speech at Eussell
Station the other night, which could not
have been eioelled .by Bob Murphy or
"Bully" Gibson.
It has leaked out that various persons
in certain townships of this county have
funds to buy votes for the Democracy,
jsaying from f 2 to f20. Certain loafers
nd dead-beats are jingling silver they
have never earned in any honest way.
Bpot them if they attempt to use it on elec
tion day.
The Jackson township Bepublican meet
ing near Belfast last Moaday, was a boom
er and no mistake. Speeches were made
by Hon. J. J. Pugsley, Elder W. D. Moore
and Gov. Hart. One thousand people
present who remained all day and had a
good time. The colored band furnished
the music.
Don't forget to remind Democrats when
.ther are pounncr out their "barrel so
ifreely, that the Seitz law is still in force.
They took particular pains to remind Re
ysblicans of the fact last year, when they
vere short of funds. Keep an eye on
.v., -m. and soot every one who violates
xv,o eood and clorious Seiti law," as
they n. to call it.
The wea ther Las been beautiful for the
l. t.n .oatx. ezee.t that farmers com
plain of its b-sing rather too dry for the
r,o-1 wn mrh.t Therein which fell
last Sunday nigh:, though perhaps not
enough, will do much go. nd we m?
now hope for a contin nance of fine weath
er until after the electio d the Fair.
Let old Highland show vbat she cN do
at the Fair next week, in the way of fin"
horses, cattle, hogs and other live stock, as
well as in the products of the field, the
garden, the orchard and the workshop.
Let os have a good, old-fashioned, social
gathering of the farmers, their wives,
daughters, sons andtheir sons' sweethearts.
Let everybody come to the Fair.
Wm. F. Hathaway, the man at the head
of the delegation from Washington town
ship, to the Democratic Mass Meeting to
day, (Tuesday), carried the stars and
stripes. Hathaway was not quite so pa
triotic during the war, when he ran away
to Canada and sought protection under the
British flag, to keep from being drafted.
That is in keeping, however, with the
Democratic party. They are very loyal in
time of peace, but as a party, they didn't
fight to save the Union.
The Democratic procession to-day
(Tuesday), looked a good deal like tbey
did during the war, when they were clamoring
for peace on any terms. There was
an absenca, however, of the strings of but
ternuts they then wore around their necks.
There were no banners carried by the girls
with "Save us from nigger husbands," bla
zoned on them. With these slight differ
ence the string of wagons Looked just like
it need to.
Next Week's News
Will not go to press on Tuesday evening,
as usual, but will be kept back for
full election returns. We make this an
nouncement so that those who are in
habit of getting it on Wednesday morning
will not be disappointed. The Nrws will
be the first paper in the county to give
returns.
Bring in the returns Tuesday night,
the Bepublican Headquarters, in Smith's
Block "and don't you forget it!"
A new waiting-room is being built at
M. & C. depot.
The young ladies of the College went
the Caves last Monday.
Lon Hayes wears a black eye, given
him in a political dim-ussion.
Tl ere is no material change in the mar
kets, and we omit our tables.
Burch Miller is a friend of the farmers,
and they will vote for him.
Burch Miller is a friend of the poor,
the poor will vote for him.
Burch Miller's popularity will triumph
Over Ed. DeBrain's money.
The Thirteenth Regiment Band did it
self proud to-day (Tuesday.)
Leading. Democrats admit that their
meeting was not near as large as the Sher
man meeting.
Elder W. D. Moore, of New Vienna, will
preach in the City Hall, next Sunday
night, at 7 o'clock.
Lawrence Brown has been appointed as
sistant lamplighter nnder the new ordin
ance passed last week.
For want of room, we are compelled to
leave over to next week, the School Exam
iners' Questions of last Saturday.
Don't forget the Fair commences next
Wednesday, Oct. 13th, and continues three
days. Get ready to attend it, and help to
make it a success.
Mrs. Mary F. Beavers, of Villisca, la.,
addressed the Temperance meeting Sufi'
day afternoon. The hall was well filled,
and the address well received-
Let old Highland show what she can do
at the Fair next week, in the way of fine
cattle, horses, and other live stock, as well
as the products of the farm and garden.
Rebel Sags have appeared during the
campaign at Democratic meetings in six
different places. The Cincinnati Commer
cial, of Monday, gives dates, places and
other particulars.
Mrs. Hannah Goings, wife of Chapmaa
Goings, died last Saturday morning, of
dropsy, aged 69 years. She was hurried
Sunday from the Wesleyan church, at 1
''clock P. M. Rev. Smothers officiating.
The election will be over next week
and then let everybody go to work to se
cure the Railroad. It is the last chance,
and let us not throw it away, by criminal
eglect and indifference.
It is announced that South Carolina has
contributed f 400,000 to the Democratic
campaign funds for Ohio and Indiana.
She expects to get it all back if Hancock
is elected and she is paid for her slaves,
freed by the wicked Lincoln war.
The present campaign is like that of
1863 in more ways than one. The name
of Vallandigham appears on a poster for
a Democratic rally atFayetteville, on Mon
day night. He ia one of the speakers, and
his name is in the same sized type as our
own Ulric's.
There was a fine Republican meeting at
Zion's School House, Newmarket Tp., 4
miles southwest of town, last Friday night
David Wilkin presided, and- tha speakers
were Capt. E. Carson and J udge Gardner.
A delegation of 25 Republicans went over
from Newmarket township.
It must be rather humiliating to the
old-time Democrats, who were used to ba
ng addressed by Gen. Hamer, Gen. Mc
Dowell, and others of pure personal and
official characters, to have now to receive
instructions from Jim. Steedman, the de
faulting Collector of New Orleans.
$397,000.
This is the amount that Jim Steedman 's
accounts lacked of balancing when he
was closed out as Collector at New Orleans.
He never paid it and is a defaulter to-day.
A nioe man to orate about Republican cor
ruption and abuse Garfield.
Attempt to Break Jail.
Peter Burns, who is confined ia jail for
committing the burglaries at Belfast, Su-
gartree Ridge, Buford, and other places, a
few weeks since, attempted to break jail
Monday night, but was caught at it and
prevented by Sheriff Long.
Remember the Fair.
In the heat of the political excitement,
don't forget our County Fair, which be
gins on Wednesday of next week, and con
tinues over Friday. It will bs a boomer
if the people turn out, and they ought to
do so to encourage the gentlemen who
have the matter in hand, as well as to ben
efit the county.
A Broken Arm.
The Misses Loyd, Miss Bertha Reckly,
Miss Sallie Glascock and Miss Viotorine
Scarborough, wect to Greenfield latt Friday
in a hack, to attend the wedding of Miss
Norton, and as they were returning home
Friday night, the hack broke down and
tumbled them out, breaking Miss Scarbor
ough's arm and spraining Miss Glascock's
shoulder.
Hoadley at Music Hall.
Judge Hoadley made a speech at Music
Hail on Tuesday night of last week, to a
falr-eized audience. His speech was a dis
appointment to the Democrats here, who
I expected something grand, but instead of
a ae oratorical, argumentative speech, he
went 'trough with the old harrangue
about De Golyer, Credit Mobilier, and
even declared Hat Gen. Garfield took the
salary grab. He uid not advance a single
new idea, and his speech fell fiat on the
audience. It made Republican votes.
"Don't Give them a Club to Break
Your Own Head."
If t.'ie Democrats elect a single man in
this county, Aey can only do so by the
aid of Republican votes. II they carry
the count.T or any one man, their
exultation "wvU know no bounds. They
will rejoice and claim a great victory.
The misguided Repu'icans who help
achieve it will receive no p'i but wU1
share the defeat of their paf4; Their
own heads will be broken by a clu 'ur"
nished by themselves. Don't give th?m
this club, but vote your ticket straight and
clean.
Desperation.
The Democracy are making their last
fight for the supremacy in Old Highland.
They are desperate, and will leave
stone untamed to carry the county. Re
publicans must not wsver or falter. Close
np the ranks, and present in every School
District an unbroken front Let no vote
1 be loBt by inaction or neglect
the
the
the
GOV. HART
AT MUSIC HALL SATURDAY NIGHT.
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to
to
'Gov. Alphonso Hart, Republican candi
date for Congress, will address the Repub
licans of Highland county, next Saturday
ntoht OlnhflT 9:h. at Musio Hall. Hills-
boro. Everybody is invited, and especial
ly the country people. Come in and hear
one of the best speeches of the campaign.
HON. MARSH WILLIAMS.
TO ADDRESS THE GARFIELD CLUB
FRIDAY EVENING.
Hon. M. J. Williams, of Washington
H, will address the Garfield and Arthur
Club at the Court House next rriday
night. The ladies are especially invited
Vote Early.
The Township and School. District Com
mitteemen should see to it that every Re
publican voter is at the polls by noon on
election day. Take your list and check
them off as they vote, and at noon send
out messengers to bring np the tardy ones,
It would be a good plan to have every Re
publican vote cast by 12 o'clock, and alter
that let the lime until 6 o'clock be spent
in fighting the enemy. With proper effort,
there is not a township in the county ex
cept Liberty and Madison, where the Re
publican vote cannot all be cast by noon,
and if that is done, and the remainder ol
the day is spent in looking after Demo
crats, there will be no doubt of a victory
Highland county tl alwayt Republican on a
full vote, and if we make the effort, to u
the old Democratic phrase, "we have got
" The Democracy are at work in
every township, and at work too with
zeal and energy that they have never be
fore manifested. They have risked every
thing this fall, and are determined to win.
If we beat them now, old Highland may
hereafter be placed on the list as a reliable
Republican county, and in the future we
will have an easier task to carry it. .We
have the majority, if we can only get it out,
and that can be done if the active Repub
lican leaders in every School District so
will it
Don't let any Republican be deluded
with the idea that the Democrats are not
organized, for they are thoroughly organ
ized in every nook and corner of the coun
ty, and it will require the hardest work we
ever did to defeat them : but that will only
make the victory all the more glorious.
Once more we say, remember to vote early,
and see that your neighbors do likewise,
and we will carry the county by 200 ma
jority, Kirby 's and Ulric's 300 Democratic
majority, to the contrary notwithstanding.
To Business Men.
The election is of more importance to
business men than any other class of peo
ple, as the election of Hancock would
jeopardise business interests, and might
bring financial disaster to the country.
It is acknowledged on all hands that the
October elections in Ohio and Indiana will
have a great effect on the contest in No
vember and it, is therefore of the greatest
importance that we carry Ohio by as large
a majority as possible next Tuesday. The
Republican business men ean do much to
increase our majority, by leaving their
stores and places of business and turning
out to the polls, to work for the Repub
lican ticket Be at the polls when they
are opened, and remain there during the
day, doing everything in your power to
make a Bepublican vote. Think of the
moral effect it would have on the floating
and doubtful voters, to see 200 of our
best business men at the polls on the
daj of the election. Basin ess men, you
have it in your power to do much good on
that day, and is it not your duty to do it ?
You did it in 1863, and it is just as im
portant that yon do it next Tuesd ay.
Ashamed of Leedom.
Here is what an Adams county paper,
the New Era, has to say ot Leedom, the
Democratic candidate for Congress :
The Democratic managers are keeping
Leedom out of sight as much as possible.
He has filled a few appointments for
speeches in the backwoods, but his elo
quence has not moved the masses at Hills
boro or Chillicothe. It is a comfort to
know that he is considered the "most fit-
tenest" man for Congress among the deni
zens of the "boot leg" in Brown county.
The Colored Garfield Club
Held a good meeting at the Court House
on Monday evening, which was addressed
by Rev. S. M. Smothers, Peter Kittrell, and
Meridith Snead. The house was filled
with colored people, most of whom were
voters, and they were given some excel
lent advice by the eentlemen who ad
dressed them. Every colored man in
Hillsboro will vote for Garfield and Ar
thor.
Don't Trade Votes.
The Democracy will
next Tuesday to elect their Auditor, and
there is no doubt that they will offer to
trade off their Congressman for votes for
DeBruin. Republicans, beware of any
such proposition, and don't entertain it
for a moment The Democrats think they
can spare two or three hundred in High'
land on the Congressman, and they would
like to throw that many votes to DeBruin.
It would not be treating Mr. Miller right
to slaughter him for another candidate.
and we are satisfied that the Republicans
will not do it "Forewarned is forearmed."
Tin Wedding.
Mr. andMrs Johnnie O'Connell, of South
West street, celebrated the tenth anniversa
ry of their marriage last Saturday night,
by a tin wedding. About thirty couple
were present, who filled the house with
useful tin presents of every description
A bounteous supper was served, and the
evening'wasjvery pleasantly spent in danc
ing, Ac The News tenders its 'congratu
lations, with the wish that Mr. and Mrs,
O'Connell may live to celebrate their ail
ver and golden weddings, with nothing
disturb their happiness.
Poll Every Vote.
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Every Republican vote in Highland
county will be needed next Tuesday. The
Democracy will spare no pains nor ex
pense to get out every vote, and tbey must
be met in the same way by the Kepubli
cans. This county is close, very close, but
'h proper effort we ean carry it by from
150 to 300 majority. Ws have a splendid
organization to fight, however, aud if
would be succejsjui we musi won.
the leaders in each WWJuhip ee that erery
vote U polled.
The M. E. Sabbath School of Rainsboro,
will give an entertainment October 9th,
vocal and .instrumental musicg dialogues,
and tableaux. Doors open at 7 p. m.
ROLL-CALL
THE TOWNSHIPS OF HIGHLAND.
REPUBLICANS, ALL TO THE
FRONT!
GALLANTLY YOU ANSWERED
LAST FALL,
LET US HEAR FROM YOU
AGAIN,
UNION AND FOR THE
RIGHT.
REPUBLICANS OF BRUSIICREEK,
First on the list, you have never faltered
Last year you increased your majority,
and the same effort on election day this
year will give a further increase. Let
every individual Republican consider
himself a committee of one, to see that our
vote is brought out Go to the polls early,
and see that your Republican neighbor
does likewise. Shall your 02 majority of
last vesr be made 70 ou Tuesday ? 'Tis
for you to decide.
REPUBLICANS OF CLAY,
What Republican can forget your gallant
work last fall, and your glorious majority
of 42 T The memories of your brave boys,
killed by rebel bullets, will ever keep alive
your Republican principles. The Demo
crats expect gains in Clay. Tbey hope to
make votes by trading, and other means
known to themselves. We say, Stand to
your colors! Vote your ticket clean and
straight, and give it 50 majority. You
can, if yon will.
REPUBLICANS OF CONCORD,
You did a good work last year. You made
Concord Republican, and your friends look
to you to keep it so. Get out every vote-
Give Tuesday to the work of increasing
your majority, and all will be well. You
have a reliable majority, and all that is
needed is to get your men to the polls.
Have them there early.
REPUBLICANS OF DODSON,
Remember your votes were never of more
importance than now. Although in a mi
nority in your township, a full vote will
ensure the county and State to the Repub
licans. The Democrats cannot get their
majority of last year, if you work faith
fully and get out every Republican voter.
Examine your lists at 2 o'clock, and if
any Republican has not voted , Bee to it and
get him to the polls. Let the gallant
spirit that has animated you in the past
inspire you to better work than ever on
Tuesday. Get out your full vote, and all
illbewelL
REPUBLICANS OF FAIRFIELD,
The glorious majorities you have given in
the past are the pride of the Republicans
of Old Highland. This year we believe
you are more eager than ever for the con
test Owing to the size of your township,
it will take hard and persistent work to
get your vote all out It can be done, and
never since the Vallandigham campaign
was it of more importance -that it should
be done. Let every Republican who
reads this make it a personal matter to see
to it that every Republican voter in his
eighborhood goes to the polls. Do this
and your majority cannot be less than 225.
Our friends look anxiously to you.
REPUELICAN8 OF HAMER,
You are "a trusty band, few, but undis
mayed," and deserving of all honor. Last
year you made a gain of 12 votes. This
year you can hold your own and do better
still. All that is necessary is that you
ive yourselves up to the work on Tues
ay. The large majority against you has
never deterred you from your duty. A
Republican vote in Hamer is worth as
much as one- in Fairfield. Make it a point
to vote early, and then go after those that
may be dilatory. Let no Republican vote
be lost in Hamer.
REPUBLICANS OF JACKSON,
Although fighting in a minority, you made
gain last year, which should incite you
to renewed effort now. All that is neces
sary is that every Republican should con
sider it his personal duty on election day,
to work to get out a full vote. Never was
single vote of more importance than now.
4 gain of o ie vote in each school district
111 give us a majority, and will make Old
Highland so reliably Republican that lit
tle work will be needed to keep it so.
Don't let the grass grovr nnder your feet
on Tuesday. See to it that no Republican
vote is lost
REPUBLICANS OF LIBERTY,
Your glorious majority last year of 234
was a startler to the Democrats. Let us
show our friends all over the county that
we have not only held our own, but made
gains since then. In this central stronghold
of Republicanism, our flag must never be
lowered. Let us each one make it our
business to see that a full vote is brought
out in each precinct. The right kind of
work on Tuesday will make our majority
not less than 250. Let us not be remiss in
our duty, but do ail that we caa to help
our committees bring out a full vote. In
that lies our success. We send greeting to
our friends in the county, and promise a
good account from old Liberty.
REPUBLICANS OF MADISON,
We have confidence that all will be right
in your tp. The spirit and interest you
have already shown prove that you are
awake and aroused. You know the im
portance of a full vote, and will spare no
exertion to get out. An even 200 major
ity would be glorious, and we believe you
can give it It will take faithful work on
election day, but this you can and will do,
You realize the importance of it, and no
more need be said.
REPUBLICANS OF MARSHALL,
Your friends look for a gain in Marshall
this year. By your earnest and persistent
efforts in the past you have not only held
your own, but last year made a small gain.
Leave nothing undone to honorably in
crease your vote. See to it that every Re
publican is brought to the polls. Impress
upon the lukewarm the importance of the
contest, and the value of a single vote.
Let no Republican vote be lost in Marshall.
REPUBLICANS OF NEW MARKET,
to
You too are in the minority, but you
made a gain last year, by your earnest and
faithful work. Your friends remember
this, and are looking for still better things
this year. It would be glory enough for
one day if you still further reduce the
majority against you. It can be done by
a little hard work and personal sacrifice
on election day. Be not satisfied merely
to cast your own vote, but be sure that
every other Republican has voted by 2
o'clock. If not, go after those who have
not reported at the polls.
REPUBLICANS OF PAINT,
we
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of
We believe you realize the importance of
a Republican victory on Tuesday. The
Democrats will all be at the polls, but if
the Republicans are there also, the county
will be safe. Your vote can all be brought
out, if you so will it. It will take work
and self-denial on election day to do this,
but we believe you will cheerfully do
your best. A majority of 70 would be a
grand tribute to the memories of the sol
diers of your township, who sacrificed
their lives, fighting against the "solid
South."
REPUBLICANS OF PENN,
Remember the gains you made last
when your vote was all out. With
same effort you can make a further
this year. Get out every Republican
and we have no fears for the result.
majority of 105 in the connty last year
mainly due to the faithful work of the
publicans in getting out their voters.
same work must be done this year.
work may determine the fate of
Nation, and your share in it is important
We know you will do your duty.
REPUBLICANS OF SALEM,
We believe you are ready for the fight
Tuesday. You will work all the harder,
knowing the importance of this election,
Although the majority in your township
against you is large, every vote you
it counts as much as if you had
majority. The Democrats look for
in Salem, but if yon do your whole
they will be disappointed. Listen to
overtures from the enemy, but do yonr
thoroughly and faithfully. Your princl
pies are on trial as they never were before,
and on your faithful work on election
depends the decision. Every vote you
duce the Democratic majority, will be
source of congratulation when the battl
is fought and won.
REPUBLICANS OF UNION,
The gain you made last year was a
matter for congratulation. It is claimed
by Democrats that you cannot do the
thing again. It only remains for you
show on Tuesday what you can do when
thoroughly aroused. Let that day's
be the best you have ever done. The
earnest work this year as last will show
the Bame result. Let every Republican
make the success of his party a personal
matter, and work accordingly. Let no
be lost by neglect If some are tardy
careless, go for them and bring them
Your opponents cannot get 50 majority
yoa do your "level best" Do it this once.
REPUBLICANS OF WASHINGTON,
How gallantly you came to the front
year, with a gain of 20 votes. It proved
what you oan do when yoq make a vigorous
effort. The same kind of work this year
will tell a better story. Give your time
and work on Tuesday to the cause
love so well, and you will have the approv
ing plaudits of your friends everywhere.
Let no volM ha lost for lack of work. As
sist your committees in evepy way you
can, to get out a full vcte, and all will
well.
REPUBLICANS OF WHITEOAK,
You too made a gratifying gain last year.
There is no doubt that you can do better
this year if you can get every Republican
voter to the polls. It will take work and
trouble on election day to do this, but
your work may depend the result in the
county. Let every true Republican deter
mine to give one earnest day's work for
the success of his principles. Bring out
the lukewarm, and go after ; those; who
would otherwise stay away. Faithful
persistent work on election day will show
result of which you will be proud.
REPUBLICANS OF HIGHLAND, ONE
AND ALL I
Do you realize the importance of the work
to be done on Tuesday ? Never since the
Vallandigham campaign of 1S63 have
greater interests been at stake than are volved
in this campaign. You met the
"Solid South" then, not only with the
bayonet, but the ballot. You defeated
them then, both in the field and at the
polls. The contest is now at the ballot
box. The victory can only be won by labor
and sacrifice. A failure to do your duty
on Tuesday will be a source of life-long
regret All that is needed is for every Re
publican to do what he can. Don't wait
for others, but put your own shoulder
the wheel. Be vigilant and active. Omit
no honorable exertion to gain a vote for
your party and its principles. Make it
point to see to it that every Republican
your neighborhood votes on Tuesday.
DONT DEPEND ON YOUR" COMMIT
TEES. BUT DO IT YOURSELF, AND
IT WILL SURELY BE DONE. "
DEMOCRATIC FIGURES.
CLAIMING THAT MADISON TOWNSHIP
IS DEMOCRATIC.
Our Democratic friend, Ed. Dines,
Greenfield, was in the city last week, on
mission, and that mission was to furnish
the Central Committee with the polling
of Madison township. Now, generally
speaking, Ed. Dines is a smart fellow, bat
when he gets into politics. he is a little
wild, so to speak, and his calculations run
away with him. To prove this assertion,
we will tell you what he said. We asked
him what majority his polling gave Mad
ison'when he straightened himself, and re
plied, "Eleven Democratic." We asked
him where he got the figures, and he said
from the Republican headquarters. Mr.
Dines didn't want to wager anything
that polling, which proved that he was
playing a little game of bluff. That is
game that the Democrats are playing
over the county, but it don't frighten
Republicans any, and it won't win. 3 Madi
son went' 186 Republican- last- fall and
fall it will go the round 200. Stick, a
there. . - r - z- .
OFF HIS BASE.
KIRBY SAYS THE COUNTY IS 300
DEMOCRATIC.
The Hon. Kirby said in a speech at Market
on Monday $ight,. of .laV week,
that Highland county, on a full vote,
itOO Democratic. He didn't produce
figures to prove his assertion, but simply
made the declaration. . The boys "codded"
Kirby a little after the speech, ;iind asked
him for his figures, but he couldn't show
them, and he just pulled his hat down
over his eyes and strutted off. Any man
who would make such an assertion is sure
ly off his base, and is a fit subject for
inquest of lunacy. On a full vote, High
land county has not gone Democratic
since the war, and where the 300 Demo
cratic majority is coming from this
we are unable to see. Kirby, where
your 300 Democratic majority when
ran against Judge Gardner?
"Get the Bulge on Them."
This is the injunction of a Democratic
leader to the Township committees for
tion day. It means, go to the polls
stay all day, boast, Bwagger, curse,
bloviate, and claim everything exulting
ly. Republicans must meet such
ductjfirmly and courageously. Stand
ground, see that your men vote, and
nothing undone to protect them in
rights. The Democratic campaign id
gressive, ana must oe met win tue
determined spirit with which the cohorts
of the Solid South were met on many
bloody field of battle.
"Bulling it Through."
Part of the policy of the Democratic
gressive campaign will be on election
"to," as they say, "bull things through."
I This means by bluster and brag to
things tneir own way. lnis often
ceeds in a Democratic Convention, but
won't win at the polls. The Republicans
are determined this year to assert
rights and to have every vote that
fully belongs to them polled. They
aot be bluffed, bullied, or scared from
discharge of their whole duty on Tuesday,
REPUBLICAN MEETINGS
WHERE THEY WILL BE HELD AND
WHO WILL ADDRESS THEM.
LAST WEEK OF THE FIGHT IN
HIGHLAND.
The
Tues
day's our
rhe following is a list of the meeting
that will be held in the county before tl
election, with the exception of those held
to-morrow (Wednesday):
AT CAII.EY's SCHOOL HOISE
on
III Concord township, on .Thursday night,
October 7th, to be addressed by Jos. E,
Marks and others.
AT BAURETT's SCHOOL HO USB,
re
duce a
In Fairfield township, on Thursday Night
October 7th, to be addressed by H. M
Huggins, Esq., and Mayor B. F. Beeson
AT KAINSBORO,
no
On Friday night, October 8th, to be addesD
ed by Hon. J. J. Pugsley and others.
AT BUFORD.
day
re
Hon. Alphonso Hart will address the
people of Buford on Thursday Nicht, Oc
tober 7th.
AT SAMAXTHA.
a
On Thursday Night, October 7th, the
people of Samantha will be addressed by
Hon. J. J. Pugsley and others. Let every
body turn out.
just
AT SIXKINO SPRINGS,
same
to
On Thursday Night, October 7th, Hon. C.
W. Mackey, of Pennsylvania, and Hon
Warner M. Batemag, of Cincinnati, will
address the people,
AT IIOAGLAXd'3 CROSSISCS,
same
On Friday Niirht, Octoder 8th, to be ad
dressed by H. M. Hiiggins, Esq., and John
T. Hire, Esq. .
AT MARCONETT's SCHOOL HOUSE,
or
in.
if
In Clay township, on Saturday Jfijjht, Oc
tober 9th, to be addressed by Judge Gard,
ner and H. M. Huggins, Esq., or some 0th
er good speaker.
AT LEESBURG, .
last
Wednesday Night, October Oth, to be ad
dressed by Hou. C. W. Mackey nd Gen
V . M. Bateman.
AT GREENFIELD.
you
On Wednesday Night, October 6th, to be
addressed by Hon. Milton Holland and
Prof. R. T. Greener.
"at willettsville,
On Thursday night, October 7th, to be ad
dressed by Elder Win. D. Afoore.
4f TAVLORSVILLE,
be
Friday night, October 8th, to be addessed
by Elder Wm. D. Moore.
AT SISKINO SPRIJS.
on
On Saturday next,October 9th, there will
be a Garfield and Arthur Pole-raising at
Sh.king Springs, which will be addressed
by A.ndrew Squire, Esq., of Cleveland, and
Elder Wm. D. Moore.
AT PRICETOWN,
On Friday night, October 8th, to be ad
dressed by Jos. E. Marks Esq., and Capt.
E;. Carsop.
COURT-HOUSE CRUMBS.
ITEMS OF INTEREST PICKED UP
AT THE TEMPLE OF JUSTICE.
BUSINESS THAT THE PUBLIC
SERVANTS ARE TRANSACTING.
CLERK'S OFFICE.
.Petition and precipe filed and summons
issued October 4th in the case of Fred
Zane vs. James II. Bennett and Sarah Ann
Bennett.
Petition for mandamus filed October 5th
in the case of the State of Ohio in relation
to Geo. W. Bell vs. John Frump, et al.,
Trustees of Marshall township.
DISTRICT COURT
to
a
in
'
of
a
'
!
on
all
the
this-
pin
.-
i
Opened last Wednesday, Judges Lincolm
Uowan and larbell on tne Dench, cowan
presiding. The following cases were
called and entries made on the docket
as follows :
City of Cincinnati vs. the Hillsboro &
Cincinnati R. R. Co. and the M. & C. R.
R. Co. as reorganized, and Wm. Butler
Duncan. Leave to Smith as trustee to file
answer; nieav! .Leave to maKc new parties
and to file pleadings. Leave to Orland
Smith, as trustee, to amend' his answer in
60 days. Leave to Thompson to amend in
90 days.
Davis J. V ance vs. Isaiah Melxinnaughey.
Dismissed at cost of plaintiff. Judgment
f jr costs. Nl record.- -
Samuel E. Chaney vs. Tne Incorporated
Village of Hillsboro. Error; passed.
J. C. Sanderson vs. Evans & Ferris and
J. N. Morrow. Apjieal. Reply withdrawn
and demurrer overruled. Leave to refile
reply. .......
No. 65. Same-vs. Same. ; Same entry.
r C. A. Easter vs. Evans & Ferris and J.
N. Morrow. Appeal. Reply withdrawn.
Demurrer to answer overruled. Leave to
refileTepIy:'- ','''. " .
No. 87. Same vs. same. Same entry.
Hugh ..Burns vs. Michael Davit. Con
tinued on application of defendant.
M. S. Miiner vs. Joseph Huff, trustee.
Error. Judgment below affirmed. No
penalty.
John II. Grabill v. J. N. Morrow, et al.,
Receivers- Grange. Supply House, &c.
Argued and submitted. Judgment below
alhrmed, . No penalty.
William Fields vs. the Commissioners of
Highland County. Appeal. Reserved to
Supreme Court on motion of plaintiff.
John Wright, administrator of Joshua
Bratton, deceased, vs. John Bell, et al.
Error. Argned and submitted. Judg
ment reversed.
State of Ohio on relation of George W.
Bell vs. John Frump, Joseph Spruance
BBd Harry Unburn, Trustees of Marshall
Township. -'Argued and submitted. ' Dis
missed without prejudice, and without
record, on motion of plaintiff. This was a
petition filed by a oue-legged soldier for a
writ to compel Trustees of Marshall Town
ship to issue a bond for $ 100 in favor of
said soldier. The reason for having the
case dismissed was for the purpose of filing
it in the Common Pleas Court, so that it
can be adjudicated at the Obtober term.
PROBATE COURT.
was
any
In the matter of the will of James Dur-
nell. deceased. Will admitted to probate and
Wni. Durnell appointed Executor and or
dered to give bond in the sum of $6,000.
Bond filed and accepted.
CRIMINAL BUSINESS.
an
fall,
Last Monday was the regular criminal
term, but there was no business transacted,
with the exception of the case of the
State vs. Dickrnan and others being con
tinued until the November term.
In the matter of the commitment of
Jas. S. Bliss to the Reform School at Lan-
aster. Ordered to be sent, and kept un
der the direction of the Board of Com
missioners until discharged. Application
made by the mother. ' -
Geo. F. Stevenson, The Jeweler,
you
elec
early,
bully
con-
yaur
leave
their
ag-
same
Talks to our twelve thousand readers th
week, through our advertising columns.
A News representative visited his estab
lishment last Monday, where we found.
full line of jewelry of every description
including elegant gold and silver watches.
chains; clocks of beautiful design and fin
ish, rings, scarf pins and a thousand fancy
little trinkets too numerous to mention.
His stock, is all of the best quality, and
"Duhme" has displayed excellent taste in
its selections. He makes a speciality of
repairing watches, clocks and jewelry of
all kinds. Call and see him and he will
give you a bargain. Remember the place,
East Main street,near the Merchants Bank,
in the room with Stevenson & Young.
The South Salem Band
ag'
day,
have
sue
their
right
will
the
Wasin attendance at the Democratic meet
ing to-day, (Tuesday), and was compli
mented on all hands for its fine music and
the gentlemanly bearing of its members.
Outside cf Cincinnati and Hillsboro, the
South Salem Band is the best in Southern
Ohio. The members are all clever gentle
men, and what is better still, all but one
of them are for Garfield and Arthur.
Democrats will vote for Burch Miller
because he needs the office, and DeBruin
'has had i for thirteen years.
SILVER WEDDING.
REV. AND MRS. M. P. ZINK,
CELEBRATE THE TWENTY-FIFTH
ANNIVERSARY OF THEIR
MARRIAGE.
Rev. M. P. Zink and wife, of this city,
celebrated their silver wedding on Wed
nesday of last week, and were the recipi
ents of a large number of handsome pres
ents and numerous congratulations. About
ninety of their friends and relatives were
present, including several from Decatur,
Browncounty, Greenfield and other places.
A. big dinner was served, two large tables
being spread in the yard beneaih the shade
trees, besides one in the house for the eld
erly and invalid guests. Revs. Kendall and
Van Cleve were present, both of whom
made remarks, congratulatory and appro
priate for the occasion. All present en
joyed themselves to the utmost, and ex
pressed the wish thai Mr. and Mrs. Zink
would live to celebrate their golden wed
ding. Mr. Zink is a native of this county, and
has been a member of the Cincinnati Con
ference for about thirty years. Mrs. Zink's
maiden name was Mary J. Beasley, and
she is a graduate of Oakland Female Sem
inary. She is a native of Decatur, O.,
where she was married to Mr. Zink on the
29th of September, 1S55.
The worthy couple received a large num
ber of elegant presents, among which were
knives and forks, napkin rings, soup tu
reens, silver dollars, &c, ic.
Union Schools Monthly
For the Month ending Oct. 1,
For the Month ending Oct. 1, 1880.
GRADES OF TEN HIGHEST.
High School il. S. Doggett and E. G.
Smith, Teachers: Metta Williams 100.
Rena Zink 96, Ella Williams 96, Gettie
Jones 95, Nannie Easton 95, Florence
Pickering 93, May Muntz 92, Carrie
Fletcher 921, Nannie Sinclair 92, Ijena
Fenner 91. Jennie Morrow 91, Sad;e Mc-
Clure 91.1, Nettie Hill U.
A Grammar J. M. Kay, Teacher :
Millie Zink 93 7-10, Lee Arthur 96 3-7.
Anna Naylor 96 1-5, Alva Russ 96 1-7, Ida
Merkle 96 1-9, Henry Beeson 96 1-9, Car
rie Utman 95 7-11, Minnie McMahon 95 5-8,
Lizzie uorman yo o-7, Lertha. iree tflj.
B Grammar Maggie R. Foraker.
Teacher : -Mag-'ie Chaney 96, Eliza
Pence 92, Jennie Bowles 92, Lizzie Chaney
Leon Walker 91. Olph Doggett 90,
Fannie McKeehan S9, Erne9t Beeson 88,
Ilattie Morrow 88, Aylette Fullerton 88.
A Intermediate Bertha Recklv, Teach
er: Maud Cox 96 8-10, Maggie Hiestand
9o 8-11, L,nlie Oreuber o a-11, Anna
Uhrig 92 8-11, Oren Simpson 92, Mittie
L'tman 92, Byrdie Doggett 91 6-9, Hattie
Taylor 91 6-11, Maggie Fitzpatrick 91 5-10,
,utie .Lemon yi o-iu.
B Intermediate Sarah J. Lambert.
Teacher: Bird Strait 95, Gettie Chaney
94jS, Kittie Fleming 93, Winnie Great
house 93, John Doorley 93J, Lily Copes
90 5-16, Carrie Wetmore 8l"J, Frank Wil-
lams 89 11-16, Lida Shack 881. Fannie
Kibler S7.
C Intermediate Sarah E. Willliams.
Teacher: Frank Foraker 97 2-7, Mollie
Lemon 96$, Mary f-nuth 9b 3-7, Lizzie
Mullenix 95j, Julia Williams 95J, Lvdia
Woods 95, Etta Hoyt 94 2-7. Waiter Zink
2-7, Lizzie Hern 92 Q-7, Nettie North
2 6-7.
A Primary Emma J. Doggett, Teacher :
Emma Koch 100, Annie Puckett 98.1.
Paul Fullerton 97J, Mary flaller 964.
Jimmie Pickering 94, Joe Glascock 94,
Kosa Miller y 1, Nettie Tavlor 94L Harry
Spargur 94, Jennie Pence 934;.
B Primary Maria Woodrow, Teacher:
Willie Chaney 98, Lang Doggett 98.
Annie Hovt 97, Annie Doorlv 96, Lon
Nulton 96, Frank Simpson 96, Lizzie Cha
ney 95, Grace Ellifritz 95, Lizzie Ervin 94,
Venie Bittlemeyer 93.
GALA DAY FOR TOWN AND
COUNTRY!
A Monster Show Precession.
A. recent exchange thus alludes to the
troct parade made by the Great Forepaugh
Show, which is to exhibit in Hillsboro on
Monday, October 11th.
Adam Forepaugh's "greatest of all great
hows" passed our office this morning in
rocessional array. We unquahuedly pro
nounce this display, the most elaborate,
novel, extensive, and magnificent of any
ver seen in this city, lue cavalcade was
headed by a large and most excellent band,
seated in a magnificent chariot, which was
rawn by lourteen thoroughbred horses, all
prettily plumed ; following this appeared
cavalcade of richly robed processionists,
mounted upon handsome horses. The
great cages, containing the wonderful Hip
popotamus, the six-ton Rhinoceros, the
Giraffe, and the tank with sea-lions fol
lowed, and then a realistic scene, entitled
the "Grand Bashaw and His Court," was
presented. The great mogul appeared,
seated upon an elegantly caprisoned camel,
followed by nis servitors, sultanas, cup
bearers, etc.
15 ASIATIC AND AFRICAN ELEPHANTS
Harnessed to the "Car of India." next ap
peared, presenting a truly Eastern specta-
le ot magniucence and grandeur.
Black Camels and bite Dromedaries
followed, and a long line of sumptuously
onstructed cages, containing the ornituo-
;ical varieties of the menagerie.
Upon the canopied covering of a chariot
that followed, stood a monster, full grown
fncan Lion, perfectly loose, and standing
by his side was to be seen a handsome and
modest girl, of 16 or 18 years of age. Then
came
OrENED DENS OF WILD BEASTS,
and the immense cage had French plate
glass sides and ends, which exposed to
view a mass ol wriggling pytnons, serpents,
anacondas and constrictors, and in the
midst of them was seen an Egyptian or
Asiatic Snake charmer, his entire body en
circled with the folds of those shiny, siimy
monsters.
THE CAJl OF THE SEASONS
next appeared, drawn by snow-white
horses. Spring, Summer, Autumn and
Winter, were repnesented : and the mon-
ter sea-coast mortar, from which Mons.
Loyal is blown, came after, drawn by a
pair of horses. The gun was a formidable
looking piece of artillery.
THE CAR OF FREEDOM,
illustrating religion, law, victory and peace,
next appeared, followed by a monster
steam orchestrion, whose thundering tones
could be heard all over the city. A long
line of animal cages, magnificently deco
rated, followed, and then came the
ELECTRIC ENOINE,
which was drawn by coal black horses. It
was mounted, and presented the appear
ance of a husre locomotive on the highway.
Gilded, silvered, and elaborately painted,
it constituted one ol the most attractive
features of this marching niiie oi magnifi
cence.
The Colossal "Chariot of Olympu
adorned with representatives of the Fates,
runes. Lrraces. sirens, lymphs, iiou
Heroes and men, next appeared, followed
hv a line of Dalace-caeed denizens of earth
sea and air, extending the entire length of
the avenue, the whole iorming one un
broken line of splendor, unparalleled in
its vastness and magnificence, and viewed
by the entire populace of the city.
It should be remembered that this grand
parade will start between the hours of
and 10 o'clock, on the moruing of Monday,
the 11th inst., the day Forepaugh's Show
is to exhibit here, and those who reside
a distance from the town should endeavor
to reach here by 9 o'clock on show day,
order to see this monster street demonstra
tion, which will be free to all.
Teacher's Certificates.
At the meeting of the Board of School
Examiners, on Saturday, Oct. 2d, 18S0,
eight applicants were enrolled and certif
icates issued as follows:
For six months Chas. Q. Nelson, John
T. Langlev, C. A. Napper.
For twelve months J. W. Newell,
T'nos. W. Shafer, Thos. J. Carper.
I certify the above to be correct.
H. S. DOGGETT, Clerk.
The Exposition closes nest Saturday.
9
at
in
If flfin People coming to Hillsboro
iU.UUU
on Monday, October 11th,
And thousands everywhere flocking to sec
Grand,
And Miracle of the
nl'llTffiTiAi'Piw'l
-.--'""7
t '-. VvVy X
FIRED FROM THE GANHGH.
But no change in ownership. No charge in the unalterable adherence of the Proprietor
Always to Exhibit All He Advertises !
"1 ATi ANXUAL TOrR 0F THE TTORLD-FAMED, TIME-TRIED AND
lU til UNIVERSALLY-ADMITTED LARGEST EXHIBITION IN TELE
WORLD. THE
Great Forepaugh Show
Will revisit, and exhibit afternoon and evening, in
HILLSB0E0, H0NDAY, GOT. 11th.
4 fe h k k h c? A c'- c", es eS, a s3 s
A MASTODONIC CONSOLIDATION OF
TWENTY DISTINCT EXHIBITIONS!
Owned by me during the past 16 years, and now massed into one Colossal Can federation,
representing a C'.tsh luvcstuient of Two Million Dollars, all for a single Holiday, the
Most Stupendous Wild Beast Show In the World!
THE
OSLY GREAT CIRCUS I TWO MSGS EVER OSGMED!
WITH
Exhibits more startling and novel features, more Zoological novelties, spreads more
canvas, owns more cars, horses, and more of everything, and is the oldest individually
owned tented exhibition in the world. The only exhibition that ever owned and introduced
PERFORMING
ELEPHANTS
. 9)
Mm -ImK A
lU.:.lt:.iLiU!Hl:;.ii,lil..ti'-t....il - - i ' - ' " ' ' ' '"ir"
1,500 WILD BEASTS!
Birds, Reptiles, Marine Wondeis, Levi.ithan
Lions. .Tenormin? Lions, ngcrs,
Disciplined Moose,
RAirJED ARABIAN HOnSi
AND THE FIRST AND ONLY
C PERFORMING C1RAFFES
Ever seen on this Continent, in the Colossal Circu?, in addition to
40 M;ile and Female Riders, 2." Famous Acrobits, 20 Distinguished Gymnasts, 15 Ideal
Clowns, Fantoniimists and Jesters; Trained Horses leaping through fire: Living
Wonders from Everywhere, Indians, Kaffirs, and Hottentots! Also,
A Human Bsin? Fired frca a Hcnstsr Can:::!
Loaded with l
1 powder, and sent whirling thongh space and canght by a lady hanging heaJ
n a lofty trapeze. This wonder-moving feat performed at each exhibition
tlnwnward on 1
k AT.ma Tvnl the " Unman Cannon
bail.
J ... .' .1. - . ,.. L- i .
r irst appearance oi iiih omv r eiume diuuuiu, jul ho 1.1.1- .u.-,
hirfi wire. 00 feet above the heads of the audience, blindfolded, and with her feet en
cased in sacks, and crosses it carrying a
now appear for the first time before the publio of this eonntry, engaged in i.axope iur
the Great Forepaugh Show, at a salary of 2,iKi0 por week.
Stai EDIS0IT ELECTPJC LIGHT!
requiring a 50-horse high-pressure engine to produce the same.
Mammoth Pavilions, holdiu? ten thousand spectators. The entire Show transported
on my own Three Great Railway Trains. Behold the monster free-for-all
STREET PBOCESSIOIT!
By this wc prove that the Great Forepnngh Show is the Greatest of all Great Shows.
It starts from the show ground every Exhibition Day. between the hours of 9 and 10
o'clock A. M. Admission, 50 Cents; Children under 9 years, 25 Cents. Tw
Exhibitions each dav, first at 2. second at 8 P. M., pavilions open one hour previous.
jtjj1- Excursion Trains and Reduced Rates on all railroads on the day of ExbibitiotL
See bills for details.
Bep30w2 ADAM FOREPAUGH, Sole Proprietor.
the Wonderful, Awe-Ijspirin,
Marvelous,
and Majestio
Nineteenth Century:
i
rv i
1J
1MW t i
.XJI3IT,I03Sr TO
Hippopotamus, Mouster Rhinoceros Sea
bovine, eis'iu, mi
and tne ureal iroupe oi
LmJ 1
ul l: nT I "7T-Tr 1 a-kn r-waAa tH
man upon her back. These famous aerulrat

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