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LOCAL NOTICES.
Kale or Catup-JIecilus Privi
leges. Oa Saturday, May 21, at 3 o'clock p. in,
Che Committee of Arrangements of tLe
Wesleyaa Methodist Camp-Meeting will
meet on the Hillsboro Fair Ground, and
sell the rights and privileges of the ground
to the highest bidder. Remember the
"time, and be promptly ou hand. Terns
of sale cash, unless good security given.
By order of Committee.
NOAH BAKER, Ch'm'n.
II. V. G. Beownlee, Sec'y. my!9wl
The Trotting Stallions,
'Eclipse Mohawk" and "Stanley,"
will nialte the season of 18S1, at the Fair
Ground, at $10.00 the season. Sired by
Hall's "Mohawk JVsior."
mvl9-l EUFL'S STEIN.
Lumber Wanted.
For Ci..-, Walnut, Cherry, Ash and
Poplar Lumber, at factory of J. V.
PENCE, oorner Walnut and West streets,
Hillsboro, Ohio. myl9w3
SPKIXG HILL1XEUY!
Mlsa Eiuiua Jitiddox
Respectfully informs her old customers
iind the Ladies generally of HilUboro and
Ticinity, that she has now received her
Spring Styles of Hats, Ronnets, Ribbons,
Flowers and Trimmings vhich will be
found very complete, and including all
the most fashionable novelties in the milli
nery line. She has engaged a first-claw
Trimmer from Cincinnati, and guarantees
8tetiIaction to fell who favor her with
their patronage. Bleaching and passing
done to order.
H3Remember the place Mr. Sayler's
old stand, West Main street.
Hilkboro, O., May 10, 1SS1. frnyl2tf
ew Dress Making Establish
ment. Misses Bi'rke & O'Conkf.i.i. respectfully
Inform the Ladies of Hillsboro and vicin
ity, that they have taken the rooms in
the rear of Miss Emma Maddux's Milli
nery Store, ( Sayler's old stand ) where
they are prepared to cut and make Dresses
in the most Fashionable Style, and at rea
sonable prices. The Ladies are invited to
call and examine ourstyle9 and leave their
orders. Satisfaction warranted in si
cases. myl24
Lightning Rods.
G. R. Tucker is still engaged in the
Lightning Rod business, and furnishes
any kind of Rod for less money than any
body else, which he points and ornaments
without extra charge, ne is agent for
Smith & Hewitt's Patent Coupling Copper
Crowned Rods of all kinds. Call and see
him at his billiard rooms before purchas
ing a rod. my!2w2
Boot and Shoe Shop IiemoTal.
FEED TROSKY has removed to tjie
Wright Building, on High Street, a few
doors north of City Hall, where he is pre
pared to make to order, the Finest Custom
Work. Having employed Henry Shbofe,
a first-class workman, he guarantees satis
faction in quality aud prices. A fine
stock of Cincinnati and Eastern work, al
ways on hand, at the lowest prices. Re
pairing done to order at short notice.
Please give me a call.
May 12, 1S31. myl2w3
Sfeat Shop Itemoved!
W. JENKINS has removed to the
Shop formerly occupied by Chas. Inge
br&nd, on High street, 2d door south of
Smith's Block, where he will continue to
anpply the public, daily, with the best qual
ity of Fresh Beef, Teal, Pork, Mutton,
ausage, ic. Bat Sirloin Steak only 10
tnUapound! other qualities in propor
tion. Cash paid for good. Cattle. Give
loe a call. myl2tf
Shell Lime.
ALWAYS OX HAND AT
l"t cents per bushel, in any quantity to
suit the purchaser.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Apply to John
Bowler, at Lime Kiln, one square north of
Karrow-gauge depot, or at Armstrong &
Boyd's office, at Boyd 4 Sons's mill.
mySw
Xw Faintly Grocer1.
Jokl W. Spahocr wishes to inform his
friends and the public that he has bought
the store of Amen A Son, on North High
street, and having laid in a complete and
fresh stock of Family Groceries, respect
fully solicits a Bhare of public patronage.
The highest price paid for Country Pro
duce in cash or goods.
Please give me a call, and I will make it
to your interest to trade with me.
Hillsboro, 0 April28, 1881. ap2Sw4
m
Decorated Dinner,
Tea and Chamber Seta, at
apSlw-t J. M. HiesIand'b.
-
For Good Goods,
At fair prioes, go J. M. Hiestand's,
ap21w4
Yon Will Find
At J. M. HiE3Tand's a fall line Wall Pa
per and Window Shades. ap21w4
"The Best Is the Cheapest."
If you want a Sewing Machine, first see
the Light Running Domestic It is King
over all. Sold by JOHNSON PARKER,
with Holmes Bros'. apHtf
Be Sure and See the Light Run
ning Domestio Sewing Machine, before
buying. Sold by JOHNSON PAR
KER. apl4tf
Sperm Oil of the best quality, and
all kinds of Needles. Johnson A Pauses.
aplHf
Carpets and Oil Cloths.
Those who contemplate making purchas
es of Carpets will save money by inspect
ing our mammoth stock of the.e goods.
Our styles are unsurpassed for beauty, and
wc guarantee you the lowest prices. .
marGltf Lytle & Son.
200 Cbalra
At 12.00 per set, at
mar3tf J. W. Pence' Factory.
At Eeklej'a Meat Market
Too will find the best Beef, the best Pork,
the best Jersey Sausage, the best Ken
lucky Corned Beef, the best Lard.
CT Nothing but gocd, sound, healthy
stock used, at bottom prices. nov2Stf
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The report that Mrs. Garfield
Bpeaks French and German fluently,
is Rathoritatively denied.
Ohio Valley News : Garfield has
not forgotten how to drive rnnles,
as Conkling has learned 10 ms sot-
row. j
Five thousand 'dollars has been
,.,..! uv ,V, Illinois Ledsla- j
. . i i
ture for a monument to Abraham !
Lincoln.
The famous magnolia tree, planted ;
by TTaBhington at Mount Vernon, j
. loot rear of his life, 17S9, sS' :
tr flrtrrishinz for eighty-two years, j
8 kiTed by the bitter tresis i
The late wpmllsled winter. ,
!
iiii.l.m:oki ;is. onio.
THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1881.
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EXIT "MY LORD ROSCOE!"
HE RESIGNS IN A PET, AND
TAKES HIS SHADOW
WITH HIM!
Senator Conkling has furnished
the newspapers a first-class sensa
tion this week, by resigning his seat
in the Senate last Monday, in which
brand-new feat of posturiDg he was
at once imitated by his colleague,
Mr. Piatt, who always follows in his
master's footsteps as obsequiously as
his shadow. Of course the country
is profoundly impressed with this
remarkable performance of political
"Hari-Kari" by Mr. Conkling, and is
holding its breath to see what will
happen next!
POSTSCRIPT.
The snn rose as nsnal this morning!
LATER.
The expected earthquake has not
yet occurred!
THE VERY LATEST!
We stop the press to announce that
nobody else was hurt! Drive on,
lames A. G.! "Ta, ta, Conkey dear!''
Gov. Foster and the Temperance.
Question.
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Mr. C. L. Tambling, of Oberlin, O.
sends ns a postal card and a circular,
charging that Gov. Foster is a "hail
fellow, well met!" in every saloon in
the State, and that he gave a saloon
keeper named Lewis Faetb, in New
Philadelphia, (whoso affidavit is giv
en) $50 "to treat the boys," in 1878,
when the Governor ran for Congress.
Now, we know nothing about Mr.
Tambling, but we ore very sure that
he is either grossly mistaken, or else
he has willfully misrepresented Gov.
Foster. We have tho most satisfac
tory proof that he is not a frequent
er of saloons, but is a strictly tempe
rate man, though perhaps not a total
abstainer, and therefore we cannot
believe him guilty of the conduct
with which ho i3 charged. We also
know that he was warmly in favor of
the Tyler-Jones amendments to the
Constitution, submitting the whole
liquor question to the people, and al
lowing them to choose Prohibition,
Local Option or License, and put it
in the Constitution. This was the
most sensible and practical Temper
ance measure before the late Legis
lature. It passed the House by an
overwhelming majority, and failed in
the Senate only because one solitary
Democratic vote was needed to make
the neeessary three-fifths majority,
and that one indispatsalile Democra
tic vote icas not to be had every
Dciiiorrat voting XO!
Yet we presume v.-2 are not w rong
in inferring from Mr. Tamtiirg's ;
card and circular, that he is anxious j
to defeat Gov. Foster and the Re
publican party next fuil, although
nine-tenths of tho republicans in
the Legislature voted fur Temperance I
while nine-tenths of the Democrats
voted Bteudily against ii! lie ao doubt
favors an independent Temperance
party, the certain result of which
would be to throw ti e next Legisla
ture into tho h'.nd.s of this same
Democratic party, which dofc-ated the
Tyler Jones aairndments, and which
by it lact National and State plat
forms stand openly pledged against
"sumptuary laws," that ia, all laws
prohibiting the liquor traffic.
Mr. Tambling should have the in-
tel;ence to know tjmt the only hope
for more efficient Temperance legis-
lition is in the Republican party,
which, we trust, will be ready to take
step in advance on this great ques-.
tion, at tbe approaching State Con-;
vpnfirin. that will entitle it to the con-
ence an,j 6Upp0rt of every reason-'
ab,e Temperance man in the State,
E-Pident Hayes ii billed for 1
aaa'Wies .uU1i,i,UD vu cu-,
nation D,y.
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REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION.
State Reituijcax Ci:xti:ai. asd"1
ExEcrTrvE Committee Rooms?, I
Coixmdus, O., May 3.1, 1881. J
By direction of the Sate Central
Committee, the next Republican
State Convention will bo held in the
city of Cleveland, on Wednesday,
the 8th day of June, 1881.
The Convention wiM nominr.te
candidates for
Governor,
Lieutenant-Governor,
Supreme Judge,
Attorney General,
Treasurer,
Member of the Bonrd of Public
Works.
We recommend that efforts be
made to secure a largo attendance
at the meetings to appoint delegates,
so that the people shall be fairly
represented in the State Convention,
that gentlemen be not chosen as dele
gates unless it be certain that they
will attend, and that, as far as prac
ticable, the County Central Commit
tees be appointed at the same time
that delegates are chosen, if this has
not already been done.
The basis of representation in the
Convention will be one delegate to
every five hundred votes cast for
James A. Garfield for President of
the United States in 1880 and one
additional delegate for any fraction
of two hundred and fifty votes and
upward, in each county.
The following table shows the
vote cast in the 7th District for
James A. Garfield for President, and
the number of delegates to which
each county will be entitled, viz :
COFSTIES
VOTE FOR
GARFIELD.
..2,5G3...
....3,184....
....3,6-18....
....1,756 ...
...4,734
NO. DEI.
Adams
Brown ....
Highland .
Pike
Ross
...5
...6
...7
..4
...9
The total vote iD the State was
375,048, and the number of dele
gates will be 746.
By order of the Committee.
W. S. CAPPELLAR,
Chairman Republican State Central
Committee.
GEO. K. NASH,
Chairman Rtpublican State Executive
Committee.
J. C. DONALDSON, Secretary.
Mr. Job E. Owens, an old and
prominent business man of Hamil
ton, whom we knew well 30 years
ago, committed suicide on the 27th
ult. by shooting himself with a pis
tol. He was a few years ago senior
partner of the well known manufac
turing firm of Owens, Lane & Dyer,
whose steam threshers were sold all
over the country. A singular fact
connected with the affair is that Mr.
Dyer, another of the firm, ended
his life the same way a fewyears ago.
Mr. Owens was wealthy, and no cause
is known for his suicide, which was
evidently planned with deliberation
and not the result of a sudden im
pulse. He was generally liked, and
will bo greatly missed in the busi
ness circles of Hamilton.
A National Temperance Conven
tion, composed of delegates from all
great religious bodies, Conferences,
Synods, Assemblies, etc., as well as
nil general organizations of Temper
ance workers, of whatever came, is
to be held at Saratoga Springs,
June 21.
The best speakers and ablest wri
ters of the country are expected to
discuss the various aspects of the
great problem, bringing the strong
est possible force to bear upon its
solution.
The new management of the
Springfield Southern railroad have
already ordered 1,000 tons of rails
and 20,000 cross-ties, to be distrib
uted on the line this month, and
improvements are to go on at that
rate until the road is in good shape.
General Manager Henderson states
that within sixty days the road will
be extended to Wellsport, Ohio,
where there are four blasting fur
naces. The road will then be 115
miles in lengih, and passes through
some of the best coal-fields in Ohio.
Tho widow of John Wannemaker
who was killed by a railroad acci
dent at Warwick, Orange county, N.
T.,has brought suit against the pro
prietors of two hotels for 10,000
and $5,000 respectively under the
civil damage act, for selling liquor
to her husband, who was drunk
wht-n killed.
Mr. Marcus Bcggs, the well known
merchant of Chillicofhe, and one of
the leading Republicans of Ross
cuuiify, was last week confirmed as
Colucion of Internal Revenue, vice
Co!, dates, of Portsmouth, who had
held the ofiice for 12 years.
Tut- (ireenbtiek party of Oin'o have
ciHt d a Statu Convention, to meet
oluuil',uw J
a!'r tho Republwan State
Convention at Cleveland.
The decrease in the national dobt
during tho month of April was
090,900. The amount of greenbacks
outstanding is $31G,C81,0ir ; frac
tional currency 7,115,046,
Sarah Bernhardt has sailed for
home. She has been in the United
States abont fivo months, and takes
over 150,000 home with her.
Msry A. .Murray, .in employe of
the Baltimore Post-office, sued Tost-masti-r
K. B. Tyk-r for $20,000 duni
nfes for au iudorent assault upon
bpf. The jury gave Ler 5,000.
Stanley HattLewB was confirmed
a n-Pet. lv 1 maioritv. Close, but
enough for all practical purposes.
Mrs. Garfield has been quite sick,
but is now improving slowly,
NoT let Eottertwn be confirmed, j
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OLD HIGHLAND TO THE FRONT.
JUDGE BEN FORAKER FOR
LIEUT GOVERNOR.
Hon. J. B. Foraker, Judge of the
Supreme Court of Cincinnati, whom
old Highland is proud to claim as
one of her Bons, is prominently men
tioned as the Republican candidate
for Lieut. Governor, since General
Hickenlooper has declined a re-election.
Should Governor Foster be
re-nominated, of which there is
scarcely a doubt, Judge Foraker is
in just the right locality for the sec
ond position on the ticket, and would
emphatically be "the right man in the
right place." Ho would carry Ham
ilton county by a big majority, and
add strength to the ticket all over
the State. The Wilmington Journal
says :
With Charley Foster aa the Re
publican candidate for Governor,
of Ohio, and Judge J. B. Foraker
for Lieut. Governor, the Republicans
can carry the State. The former
can look after the organization out
side of Hamilton county and the lat
ter will make it lively in Cincinnati.
Foster and Foraker would make a
ticket that would meet our views ex
actly. The Troy Union says :
Judge J. B. Foraker, of Cincinnati,
is favorably named for Lieutenant
Governor. He is regarded as an ex
cellent man by all who know him.
The New Version.
One of the committee on the re vis
ion of the New Testament says: "The
changes are so many that scarcely a
verse in the New Testament remains
unaltered. In many instances, how
ever, the alterations concern punctu
ation and minor words. Of course
any alteration will arouse criticism,
but I think that we can hold our
own, and we are prepared to do bat
tle for what we have done and sanc
tioned.'' The new work will be sold
from England, May 10th, but within
a few hours after the first copy
reaches Yankee land, the people will
have a reprint at 10 to 25 cents a
copy.
For Supreme Judge, Hon. M. J. Williams,
of Fayette.
Hon. M. J, Williams, of Washing
ton C. H., has been unanimously
requested by the Republican mem
bers of the Fayette county bar to
allow his name to be presented to
the Republican State Convention as
a'candidate for Supreme Judge. Mr.
Williams is one of the ablest mem-1
i
bers of the bar of Southern Ohio,
and his nomination would, we doubt
not, be heartily supported by the
delegates from this and the adjoin
ing counties. He has the ability, the
legal knowledge and the purity of
character, which eminently qualify
him for the position.
Additional Local.
RESOIXTIOXS OF RESPECT,
PASSED
BY LA FAYETTE LODGE,
So. 2.r,, L O. O. F.,
IX MEMORY OF BRO. JAJ5. BEOWN.
At a regular meeting of Lafayette Lodge,
held Monday evening, May 16th, the fol
lowing resolutions were adopted :
Whereas, In the dispensation of an All
Wise Providence, our worthy brother,
Past Grand James Brown, departed this
life on the 8th day of May, 1881, in the
76th year of his age. Therefore
Resolved, That we, the members of
Lafayette Lodge, "o. 23, I. O. O. F., ap
preciating Brother Brown's long course of
unefulness and devotion to our beloved
Order, tender to his widow, Sister Brown,
onr condolence and hearty nympatby in
her sore bereavement.
Besolved, That in token of the respect
we cherish for our deceased Brother, the
Lodge Room be draped in mourning for
thirty days.
Besolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions be presented by the Secretary, under
the seal of the Lodge, to Sister Sarah J.
Brown, widow of the deceased, and that
the newspapers of Hillsboro be request
ed to publish the same.
By order of the Lodge.
G. W. Boies, Secretary.
M. & C. K. R. EXCrKSIOX.
ROUND TRIP TO CINCINNATI AND
RETUBN ONLY $1.50.
The Annual Excursion and Picnic of
the Locomotive Engineers comes off next
Friday. Picnic on Price' Hill, west of
Cincinnati, reached by the Inclined Plne
Railway. Round trip tickets sold as fol
lows :
Hillsboro to Cincinnati $l..r.O
Russell to " 1.45
Lvnchburgto " 1.3S
Westboro'to " 1.30
Tickets good returning on all regular
trains Saturday, Ticket must le bought
before lxMtrdiug the trniii.
Republicans, remember the meeting to
be held on Saturday, May 28th, to elect
delegates to the State Convention at Cleve
land, to be held June Gih. The import
ance of the coming fall campaign must be
evident to every true Republican, and it
is therefore necessary tliiit there should he
a large representative meeting, tlmt will
act wi.-fly and judiciously in the nomina
tion of a State Ticket. Eemember the
time Saturday, May 2Sth and let every
township in the county be represented.
V cull the attention of horie men to
tho notice tut'Col. Tumble's st&Miors. In
onr Local Notice column. Mr. Iiufua
Stein, of Adams county, is in charge of
the Fair Grounds for the present season,
and has the care of Col. Triuible'B horses.
Mr. Slein is well known as one of the most
successful horse trainers in Southern
Ohio, and Col. Trimble is fortunate ia se
curing his services.
A full meeting of all the couitmtteen en
Decor.itiou Pay, appointed last week, ia
re(tiepted on next Friday evening,
at the Mayor' office, when tlie final ar-
r:tii);eiueiitH will be made.
Advertised Ittprs
Remaining in ITillaboro
1881.
P. O., May 19,
Bona, James
Bostler, Elizebeth
Bonn, Ella
Brown, Ilarry
("hapujan, Dill
Dearing, Harry
Eschelby, Edith
Ilarlou, Cleo.
Kirkpatric, Kluier
Lucky, J. M.
Ione, Thomas
Eight, J.H.
House, Maggie
Sidpns, J,
Orton & Wilson
Graham, Sallle
Say 'advertised latter" in calling for
anvof tlie above.
J. W. P. M.
"OLD RELIABLE !"
GLASS
COCK
Headauarters for
F4RMI1
uggies and Wagons !
Agents for the
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upjiisii bora-mnaer t
AND CHAMPION
Reapers and Mowers
Also lor Aultmau & Taylor's Celebrated
VIBRATOR-SEPARATOR
FARM AND
TRACTION
jlmJD m
Cor. Main & Short Sts., - HILLSBORO.
myl0ni3
&
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WorM-Renowne,.
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EMGIBJES!
i? u3l rsr 33 s
Sprend the Good New.
As a family medicine and tonic, there is
no remedy at present giving such univer
sal satisfaction, and effecting so many as
tonishing cures, as Electric Bitters. Our
druggists report a lively demand for them,
at times being unable to supply the many
calls. All Bilious Attack, Stomach, Liv
er and Kidney complaints, Diabetes and
Gravel, readily vield to their curatve
qualities. Sold b"y SEYBERT & CO. at
fifty cents per bottle. dec9tmyl8chw
Physicians and Druggists requiring a
perfectly Pure Pepsin for prescriptions,
should send their cards for sample to Rob
ertson A Co., manufacturers of pure pep
sin, 34 Broadway, X. Y. apl4wk;
New Advertisements.
AN ORDINANCE
Fixing the Eates cf Taxation
for the Year 1881.
Section I. Be it ordained by the Council of
the Incorporated Village of Hillsboro, Ohio, that
there be levied on the Real and Personal Proper
ty in feaid Corporation, returned on the Grand
Levy, a percentage of Eight and Foni-Tenths
(8 .4) Mills on the Dollar of said taxable property,
for the year 1S1, for the usee- and expenses iif
said Incorporated Village; and the Clerk of said
Village is hereby directed and required to certify
the same to the Auditor of Highland County.
Ohio.
Sec. 9. That the tax provided for in the first
section of this Ordinance be distributed among
the several funds as follows:
For the Corporation Fund 1 8 10 of One Mill
Forthe Street Fund 1 6-lUof One Mill
For the Fire Department Fund.,0 5-10 of One Mill
For the Light Fund 9-ln of One Mill
For the Police & Officers' Fund.l Mill
For the Sanitary Fund 0 1-10 of One Mill
For the Library Fund n 4-10 of One Mill
Forthe Town Hall, Bonds aud
Interest S Mills
For Interest on Railroad Bunds. 0 8-10 of One Mill
Sec. S. This Ordinance shall take effect and be
In force from and after ten days after its publica
tion. Pasaed May 16, ISSt.
B. F. BEESON.Msvrr.
N. II. Atbes, Clerk. mylivl
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Free Turnpike Notice.
TTOTICE Is hereby given that a petition will be
X presented to the Honorable Board of Countv
CoinmU.iioiierg of Highland county, Ohio, at thefr
next regular session, to be held on the 6tb day of
Hum-, y. praying ior tne appointment ol
iinvc jutiicio'i ireeuoiuers as Jtoaa c ommission
ers, to lay out and establish a free Turnpike Road
wiiiiiu sum county, netween the points and alon;
the following route, viz :
Beginning in the Milfurd and Chillicothe Turn
pike road, at a point where a county road Inter
sects Faid pike, a siiort distance west of the village
rnirview; uience,in a nortnerly direction, along
the linenfsaid county road, crossing the Hillslioro
urmicu 01 ine m, & t . Kailroad, at a point in the
village ot Kiisaeil's station, aud crossing the An
dersun Ktate road at a noint a short iiTinre
of the residence of Win. Hurt, Sr.; thence, uortli-
ciiv, uiuiig me line 01 a county roaa, some four
miles, to where said conntv road interaeera the
trunk line of Free Turnpike Road No. , near the
village of Wilietsville, the terminus of Free
l uriipike Koad prayed for.
And that Bald Board of County Commissioners
levy an extra tax not exceeding ten (Hit mills on the
noiiar valuation lu any one year, ou the lands and
luxai'ie propeny wiiinn tne bounds ot said road,
and that said levy shall continue for said purpose,
not exceeding eight years. GEO KOi'SIl,
April 3, lwl. S. S. U'uWll K,
-"" And Others.
Notice to Contractors.
OKA LED PROPOSALS will be received ot the
p r.fUe of the Clerk of the Rottr.lof Education of
iiamer lownstilp. Highland C'.iiuiv, onin, until
o'clock, at noou of
. SATURDAY, MAT 21, A.u.l Jsl,
for building a School-Honse in Sub-District No. 5,
of said township, according to the piaus and spec
ifications on hie in the Clerk's ofiice.
None hut the lowest responsible bid will he ac
cepted, and the Board may reject all bid".
By order of the Board,
April 21, ixsi. J. B. MURPHY, Clerk.
ap"JHvv4
Free Turnpike Notice.
TO TtlE HONORABLE BOARD Ol' COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS tor Highland county, O.:
1 he undersigned petitioners, being a majority
of all the land-holders residing within the County
of Highland, and Slate of Ohio, who own lands ly
ing within the bounds of the contemplated Frse
Turnpike Road, as hereinafter nnivi'fl tor. tn ac
cordance with the prnWsdouis of chap.7 tit. 7 of the
neviseu .-Muiutes ot unio, lii, and the acts amend
atory and supplemental thereto, pray your Honor
able Board to extend the provisions of said chan
ter to the Quaker lioail, commeuciug in the said
leaner ltoau, at a point where the Hillsboro aud
Washington road fosses said Quaker Roari.ai
Joseph Morrow's. Sr.. aud runninir onthehnenf
ssid ljuuker Road wcntwardly to the point where
ssld r..ad intersects the Hillslioro and Lexington
Ituad Improvement No. 5 at Smnantha. And that
your Hoard appoint three judicious freeholders of
the County ot Highland to be Commissioner of
said Free Turnpike road to kv out and sMMisli a
Flee Turnpike road on Ci'id line. Aud vi.ilr peti
tioners fm therai-k your Board to le y an'extra tax
of ten mills on the dollar valuation, each year, on
the innils and tgxiihic prnjierly within the" bounds
oi s.iid ro;;u, uiid that your Hoard continue said
lew lor i he period oi eight vears.
M'.y ', l-M. " .1. A. WRIGHT,
mi.Vv l ,1. H. WRIGHT.
Free Turnpike Hoad Notice.
front ;
J.J p-rsei I
yiven thfit a in-riiion v iti -r
t omiui('i;ineri oi 11
coin :y, (Hao, at thr'rne: rr-trular Fcs.iot!, to bf
held oi: ti:e llri-t Momy in .lllne, A. I. 1-M, priiv
li'i: ih.'iii to gr::nt a Fr - Turnpike Road tn ih"-
t,':,:Mvini? route :
bv,-iniiiiiii in the Lee.-l,'. -and New IVlerhn: ?
r.d, w here lilt- lmrtrnr i . i road intersects tl.t
sain, near the 1 1 nrdin'0 C:-e 'ricnd.', ennn h.
tln-i.ee, in a southern dirc-iinn, with and an near
pia'-Mcaiiie to the said Si!ti:;i:r Mill Koad, pa-s-inj
tii.' np.:c!ivc re.-idcli'-'"' of John Wright,
iiu Skc'-ii and .lumps il. Pattoti, to wh"re said
.p'lriM-:iil Koad crosst-s ilivt's htanch, at the
pii'-i.t fro-":!!!; of a-iid branch; thnc , in u
i'li.-rii diiertion, as near as prarticabie wiih
said rtw'., to u here said ro:id crosses the Snovv
'lili r:'im. !;c::r the sonth'.veM corner of the land of
'tiri.-r-. tii-r Wi.-e? heir.-, to he tbe turiniitus of
sai. j ;:-n; o-ed Fri e 'I'uriifiike Road, tn be const met
ed nijiler tii.- J.M.viMons of the One-Mile Kree
unijike l..r.e. - i':i;i!er 7, title 7, of the Revised
St:;! ine -.ii 1 1!' o. ai-d the Acts amendatory there
to; al.- ;;-!.i:; Mie aid Board ol Cjunty Coniini
sioneri. tor a levy ot ten (10) mills each year fjr
t.-iiu of ei'ht ye:u, on all the taxable proper
ty iyii.i' v. I'nlii the l liiMia of said projiosed Free
Turnpike, and Ih'it t !:ev appoint three judieious
frC'dioidei s us I'oniiiii-p.iouers to layout aud e
tablih mid Free l';irl;u ke Road.
.John skeex,
April :'.'., lo.il. W. O. SMALL,
ai'Mi And Others.
NOTICE.
To All Whom it Hay
Concern.
ALL ri:i;o;;s aiv iM-rrl.y ;nt;o, m:t to imt
! f-nt ij i!iilnr i.-ii!. j.Lini. (irh.sie, iienr
tr ih;in tw.-iitv ift t ot tii. rnitor of Hiiy b'rc
Turn i j k e c-r lin-nl Ininrnvi'in.-tit, uciler peuiilty of
law.
Bv onirr of thi rc.iji.iv '.mmis;f iifr.
K. M. IkBHL"IN,
my li I Auditor II. C. .
IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS. ;
til'KCIAl. INIL'CKIKNTS ill e oU.I ill )oi, ,
tin; Ul'RI.ington Koutk. Ii uiii i -nj I
you to read tuuir advertisement to oe f..uiitl j
tlewlieTe In thia issue. i
l'fbianl
Doors, Sash, Mouldings,
BR AOKETS.BLINDS, NEWELS, BALUSTERS
ON HAND AND MADE TO ORDER. ALSO
LUMBER AND SHINGLES!
AT THE FACTORY OF
.J. W. PENCE,
Cor. Walnuts. West Sts.,
THAT THE
wag
it ii' is i
TnE LEAI'IXG HARVESTING MACHINE OF THE WORLD,
Uses Either Wire or Twine,
Ia iinu on exhibition ani for sal'
ac.l warranted
Reapers
mytJ-i2
7? W13T1IT XTrWT7T
CORNER HIGH AND BEECH STS., HILLSBORO,
ml
v'v.-.-:
OIFIEILT TO TH
TSRIJS:S1
The hortee lias been entirely reflitt-d and refurnished, and special attention will be paid to the con
vemence
LIVERY AND FEED
TRY THE NEW
BCYS AND
XJnequaled Jas. !L Skaats'
MAKE OF
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES
AND PHAETONS
And warrants them from the ground to the roof, and stands by it to the letter.
myliivl
WE HATE
tT XT .13 T REOHIVED,
And tha.tl Continue to .Receive Every Few Day',
THE LA TEST SO VEL TTES AY
Clothing & Gents'
HATS, CAPS & SUITINGS,
In iciiVi ve. ia! ojTer greet imhtcemrnb
TO ALL WHO WILL FAYOK IS WITH A CALL!
TAlLOiJlNG A
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Call and Examine Goods and Prices.
STEVENSON & YOUNG,
"Pr7if No. 3 East Main Street.
1SSI. SPRING OPENING! 1SSI.
Mr. and Mrs. M. It. ORE
Respectfully announce to the Ladies of nnhbo.-o and Surrounding Country, that they will open 'heir
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES
On Saturday, April 30, 1881,
And contlnne all the Following Week, when they
Call. Their
ALL THE VERY LATEST NOVELTIES,
HATS, BONNETS, RIBBONS, FLOWEBS, THIMMINGS, Etc,
And will he Found Complete in Every Department.
MATS RESSEI A5D CLE AXED TO OKDEK.
MASOMC TEMPLE, High Street. Hillsboro, O,
ar-l
HILLSBORO, O.
myiatt
CELEBRATED
to do ood work nr no sale.
and Mower.
Also aH nther Oihorna
. W. Corner Msln and west streets.
7
1
1
PUBLIC
50 PER DAY.
of guests.
STABLE ATTACHED.
2JANAGEIIEIST.
. KELLY & WEIGHT.
SELLS THE
HarveBte?
Itj jEj jEl3 jEj -
aJ
JAMES REECE, Hillsboro, O.,
N. W. Corner Main and West Streets.
Furnishing Goods.
SPECIALTY!
will be plessed to show their dood to All who may
Stock includes I
n
BEST THRSHE CN WHEEIS
! not a Vibrainr nor an Apron iXaohinp.
Is urnn lerf'.tiif 6L::plesiii adnii.-ut 1 rrft.t w its
threAiuny aaa seLanninif quaiitu. .aves all
the eram, and cleium It ready for uiiirket.
liuns eiHy, is constructed duratly, ia tnbiL--d
btrauilf ally, 1b taa livwt enomicu, least eijt-Ji-Pi-e,
and iuot fcatil'actory macbine in tlio
"n.rket. s 01 hrn lij tco graa aa vp II aa dry.
ILm noeqnal in fhro 'hin flm ancl timothy, tlmti
iuif aud clea:iin i -tii aj wi ll and nearly as rari -IT
tw wheat, and ivqairus no chaiitraexc-optthe sieve.
ilu tn jra square f '-ct of trparaHn-j and cUanxny nr
fart than atv other machine inawirr, nmJ ran not bs
ovrlun'tf I. In btth ovpr- and nndt r-b!at. Our
C I.OVLU IIl LIJNti ATTAt H.UENT
tier nn-l i-rrydriir'-, dnei the vork rapiM'j andtcell,
HKPAlt ATOll.S of tiiovarioiu fiuei JUttd or
$am or Morsl'ou-rr aa iiOfiired.
Tfie EIvnril, The Pittw, and
ThfU oodbury Horse-i'ouprN, &
if unwle by iw, are awl buriJauacU by I I
u ia the nuriiut H
STIUVATER f'3. 10 V'' l
For wood OT ooai f ; Aa a return riu bciierjuMjLAiii
it very economical in TtI. Its cylinder Is xli
We also inakrtthe Stillwater c. 12 nd iha
:Iinneiota tiiont Vurm Knuinett eath bav
lD c return Hue, and littt'd for buniinif ftraw.woxL
or coal. All thte Enniiia) are made and tinnshfea
in the nott perfect manner ani Tmrtion Attach
iifcnts can be furTiishi with any of thein tf do
iXtxl. t if fr trc.l.H and Circulars, ftddre
SEYMOUR, SAB1N A, CO.
Manufacturers, Stillwater, Mlnrw
. KIN" YOCK JOB PRINTING TO THE
Fiewc Office.
U.e
Geo. Woods & Co.'s
ORGANS!
L nerjnaled fur
Q14LITY OF TOXE.
BEADTIFOL MUSICAL EFFECT
Strength and Durability !
Beauty of Design,
Tlify will utitla.-t all C'tnniiin, cheap Or
gt!:. A'iiil.-tiii-ir musical ami mechanical
rjn .lili.s c. nitneiiil tlietn to all who wish a
strictly hi-h pi.,iii instrtinient.
Agents Wanted in thi9 Vicinity.
Address
Gt3f. Woods & Co.,
'.'AMEEIDOEPORT, Haas.
niayliKteo
XL 12 Cfj-jJL,
CHAS. INGEBRAND,
has ie uftVLd his
Daily SVIeat Market !
NORTH HICH STREET,
A Few PnorK South of Masonic Temple,
iET.
lie Temple,
eef,
VEA.L. Mt'TTON. PORK
SAUSAGE MKAT, HAMS, Aa.f
Ot the very bent quality, aDd at price u low a
any oter ewtaMtehment.
Stores aiid fumtHeii siippliwl with freh Bo
logna. A continnance of the public patronage olic!tod.
CASH nairi tor OOOD 4'ATTLK AND HOGS.
of
in
be
by
sud
by
the
(he
of
15
sold
and
to
&
OUR CHEAP CORNER.
" Here k jonr Dimes, and reap your Doliarn."
Under thit head tre irill iWrt thort atlrerliue-
mltt, ni-ctt at "for Sale,- 'for Rent," " Wanted "
Lost," "Found," an,! the like, at the xerveheao rate
of
Only One-Half Cent Per Word,
for each insertion, payablt in adrance.
tir yothing takenor U than IJ rent.
FOUND Two notes, payable on or In-fore Die
the 2th of .liily, to Sampson Turner. nr
Zivcn hr John W. Hay. the outer hv John Mirk
datel April 'S and 2i. Apply at this oftieff. t.1
IN Krl.isK OK PENMONS-A irreat maDy pen
sioners can tmvc their pension increased by
nayinjr A, 1, w KjGINS, of liillshoro, Ohio, file
their applications. Send for t.lanKs. Ko t-. if
onsnereasfnl.
W-lOR RK.NT-Pastnre Lot in Hillsboro. Apply
JC at this Ofllcw. 7V,- '
FOR 8 A I E at a barunin, my property on West
Southern Avenue, trick hous, t rooms, hail,
iaree porch and cellar, good lot and nice loca'ion.
JACOB BENNETT. 6U-
FOR SALE A New, First-class Mendelssohn
taninet Oran, "Home Oem," Stvle i'., 4 Oc-
m.ctr, - ku. 01 ivt'eiin, or 2 cciaves earn. 2 stops
Diauasnn. Melodeon anH Kne.Su?l wt.i
Will he sold for $. cash, delivered in ii ils-
uoru. Appiy at mia utnee. tit
FOR SALE A New Cabinet Lathe, laree si7e,
snuable for Cabinet-MKer. Carpenters or
Cnair-ilakers. Marie by Ephraim Brown. Loneil,
Mass. A Machine Shop, Carpenter shop and
Turner Shop, all in one, on wheeis. A Patent r ret
Saw, Circular Saw, Borine, Unliln?, Pohshiiie,
brindtni! and Screw-cuttin? Machine, combin
ed. Keuniar Manniactnrer price, fa. Win he
sold for fju caah. Appiy at this office. 6tf
FOR SALE Cheap A new Bn?try. and one iwt
Silver Monnted Harness. Inrjuire of THOM S
BARRY, Hillsboro. April 1, l.vtl. se 1
FOR SALE A new Top Bosrey, made by T. T.
Haydock, Cincinnati, O., noae Bueiea have
oeen sold largely in this conntv, and given entire
satisfaction. Apply at thia Office. yj.
FOR SALE A new Bickford Family Knittin
Machine, No. 1. Reentar price. $.j Will be
sold for tSS Cash, delivered in Hiliaboro. This ia
one of the best Knittin? Machine made. See de
sription of the Macoin in another column. Ad
piy u this Office.
LOST MONET By onr hnsines men, by not
advertising in the NEWS. 4tf
FOUND-That it pays to advertise In the NEW.S.
Largest circulation in the county, aud amonj
tne best ciasa of readers. Price low, for amount
of circulation. 4,1
WANTED So new subscriber to the NEWS
Every snbscrl.ier for ISM get a premium
book the Home Guide or Tribune Almanac. 4;i
FOR SALE Frame Dwelling House in Hillsbo
ro, 4 room, good cellar, well, cistern, wood
house, eood garden spot, and considerable frait.
Lot 6iixl'i0 feet, on Wainut street, within 3 souare
of Court House. Wiil be sold at a bargain. For
particular apply at thia office. -iti
FOR SALE A New Wilson Family Sewing Ma
chine, one of the best in the market, with ail
the latest improvement. Will be oid tor cash or
good trade at a large discount on the regular price.
CaU at this office. 4
FOR SALE A New Ludlow Soring Wagon,
made by the celebrated Kobinson Wagon Co
of Cincinnati. Will be sold below reguir price
for cash. Appiy at this office. 4tf
m !
A Valuable Book to Every Subscriber
The News fcr 7881
THE
HOME GUIDE,
OB
A Book by 500 Ladies,
la the title of a volume of 1 60 pa?e9, beauti
ful. y bound in cloth, enioracii. nojat
l.OOO riooipon
OS
COOKERY,
THE HOUSEHOLD,
THE TOILET,
THE SICK KOOM, Etc.
Practical Recipes and Hints
Contributed by over SCO iadiea. It contain more
information than the $i.5 and t'.nt cook-hooks
beaidea possessing the important advantage over
ail others, o beicg
Practical Experiences of Practical
"Home" Keepers.
These select, original, and practical contribution
from so many ladies, have never before appenr-d
in book form, and thia volume is the first and only
compilation.
We have Exclusive Control of (lie Book
in thia County and Vicinity, and
it can be obtatined only
at this Office.
A COPY OP TlUS l-SEFCL and CSTQl'E
rOLCXE WILL BS
PKESENTED TO EACH SFBSCRIBKR
o THE
Highland Weekly News,
Who Pavg in Advance for
1831.
THI3 13 THE CHOICEST PREMICM EVER
GIVEN TO SEWSPAPEH SUB
SCRIBERS. Something of real practical valne. The ladiea will
be dehrhted with it. Jiake
w. If yonr aetkfb'ViM don't iiki ih Vkwi fe.i
them of rhis oiler. They ad want the paper 'and
the book. Yoa zet a nrst-cla, hom nrwi- .
capital, practical, asetul book of loo paje, lor the
Now is Your Opportunity.
Addresw, J. L. BOARDM AN, PtraLiBHtB,
Or hand roar name, and money to vonr Pnt-
maater.
Hilltbon, 0., Vteember . lsso.
F0S SALE.
Laud and Town Property.
SeventT-eleht and one hair (73)) acre, of Und
in Brash Crtrek Townahin. Dart of th Pnir,!..
land. '
Alao, farm oi one haudrvd and vpntvt(Tht
(178) acres, well improved, laie brick honae, eood
barn, and tin. orchard situated In turner T,lwn.
ship, near Danville, known aa the Caster Farm.
Also, honse and lot in HillsOuro, oa East street,
honae of tonr or five rooms, eood well and cistern.
The ahove named property will bo sold !oi. on
the foliowiuir terms :
One-third (M paid in hand, the hulsnce In tw
eiinal annnal paymenui, deferred pavmeuta to
draw interest at the rate of six (SI oer cent, ner
annum from the day ot sale, to be secured by
mortgatte on the premises,
For particulars call on th lliidersiL'tied at the
Qiilshoro National Bank. BEN J. BAUKEKE
detMtf
Hiehland Probate Court.
5TOTICE OF At ( Ol NTS FILED: The Eiecn
i. tors, Adminitraiors,GuardiaiiaaL'd Assign
ees of ihs fi.liowii e named estates have tiled their
accounts in this I curt for settieount. and said ac
counts have been rou tinned for f uliiicaiion. ex
ceptions and hearing nntil theuh oi .May, A. I).
l"vl , to-wit :
The Fxecntor? of estnt s of Gf-onre T Reed
R''r-eir Pimiy. sr. , Phillip lioo er;
The Adn.ii. ittrslors i f (,eo. J. Omrcr, Israel
Sircuinl., James (.utridee, iore Triiiihu-;
The Guardians ti! Win. H. Hlrkizer; Sarah J.
Parnes, lo:a t'atrs, Snruh E. Barrett, James
lirnce.
The AsHgr.ee? (f n. T. Rayburn, and Januj C.
Ssiiifcrson.
Hillsboro, t-hio. May 2, l?si.
may.-.;i (,. B. i.u, Probate JuJ-e.
Totice To Contractors.
At PIT
u' ('fFici, Highland C'otiiity. Ohio.)
rJiLi-BPRo, xav lo-l.t
SEALED PKOPOSAL.s wi!! be rect-ivid at thia
offl.-tf, nntil 12 o'ciuck, M.
TLEIaY, JUNE 14f
furiiUhir:? the material and Ur build
in; an adiiirion to the Highland Vnuuty
Iuriruary HuililiuL't aleo, for rt'psirinif liie old pirt
naid IniirniarT hui idlL-e by putting on cirnicf,
new PliiDSti' and aali, tour 4) UjIkp to ach win
dow; according to plans and spec ifi;a. ion on (lie
the ouice o( the CourAy Auditor ot Highland
C'oiiufy.
Each c'ai of work, a rU-ifi -d in tin speciira
titiii un flie in Baii Crunfy An4iirfir' otilre, shall
hid for peparaffiy, and the bii accomfviiiii
a poriicionr ijunraidy of mme (ii.HinrerwrL- i pr
on, that if the hid i? urccntt-fl, a conrrac t w ill o
entered into, and the ierf-rmaijee of the work
properly secured.
The E-tcavarion and Liineslnno M.ttMiiry t;i N
completed by ihti 1st day of Angut next; Ik Brick
Work by the lut day of September nexr; the
Plumbiiiff by tbe 2"4h day of .September ux; the
Plariteriui;, by the tnt day of October next; the
Carpenter Work, by the lSthilayot November nejtt,
the i'aintiui;, by the 1st ot Deceranrr,
The work to be pid for on eiitinidtea lurcihed
the Snperintendent an the work pnreert.
Withiu ten days from the awarding of contract,
successful bidder shall execute hood, l h
fjofKf and sufficient pure'ie, to the acceptance of
County Gtmmitttdouers, In double the amount
courract price.
The riht to reject any or aH bids Is renerved.
By order of tbe County ("omniMfinuerti.
. M. lisHRl'IN,
my 12w5 Auditor H. C.
MUSIC!
44 CHOICE PI ECE5 10 CENTS,
With Complete Words and Music-
The n?nfll price of fheet mn!c in 35 centj p--r
piece; at that price tbe above 44 pierp wouid citt
4o. The-hifrb coit of M. riic is due to th few
of each ptete, aiid the i.n ze diounr made to
dealer?. In ordr to infro1itre onr nntpic into
every household, wiiirend -2 Bt-aiitdul Sopjp.
i2 charming instrumental piee-, hv the he-t
American and lortin comrA)een, for m!y lu c:,
pay t r actual pontage, parking, ai-d other ex
peneer. Such a chanc to secure a hr?m will
probably never aain oernr. Send -!.t" dime
wrapped in apiece of paper Adureas K&l'iDLl.
CV., Bo'ton, Mh. nT i?-v4.Twxc

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