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of v iLi.s'iss'Krnii. ohm. CAPITAL - SI 00,000 SURPLUS 25,000 Directors. WM 1,1 M SCOTT. K1.IAS OVEllMAr., WM.H.t-U'.KOl.., F.I. Bl'.MJAK.Nti;, J. J. rUGSLEY, JOHN L. WEST, 0. Y. OVEUMAN. Officers. C. f. OVi'RMA N, !.--i.h-iit. Wit. I.'. AM SOU T. Vice-President. O. si. I KK E, Cashier. Does a General Banking and Exchange Business. IIU.MitM'UII. HIIO. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1 ESI . TOWN AND COUNTRY. TOWN AND COUNTRY. A HARMAN,-----LOCAL EDITOR Hillsboro i quits s v. Burd. tte should einplov J. K. as molar exhioitor exli aordiimrv. Mr. Milton Galietthtr, of the C. II. V. & H. K. li. was in this ci;y to-day (Tuts Jut.) Mrs. G .v. Hart has returned home from a few das visit to franklin, ttuivuz lela tives. Mr. O. J. Parker, of I'utsburg, bus been in this city for several dins, visiting friends. Quite a number of gentlemen from abrond ate ixpected to attend the "Fancy Dress." Miss Annie Evsns. i f Franklin, is iu this city, the -guest ol Mis.9 Beech street. Cora Bull, of Hou. J. J. Pugsley lias returned fro an extensive leoce-liunc; on his tarm in Hardin county. One of the Institute young ladies (Par don !) said she gained four pounds during Burdette's lecture. Miss Ida McC-oy, of Chillieolhe, is the guest ot her cousin, Mrs. Erskine Carson, on South High street. Miss Hsttie Harrison, of the Institute, has returned to school, after a brief visit to her home iu Columbus. Miss Susie Eddy, of Newark, is a visitor at the residence of her si iter, Mrs, Joseph H. Richards, ol the West end. Mr. A. M. Msckerly, the well-known yor.ng attorney of Greenfield, was in this city last week, on Court' business. Mr. George Barrere, the Main street druggist, has b.n confined to Lis room for several days past with erysipelas. Mr. Andrew Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, was married last week to Mrs. Barah Hendricks, of Liberty Mrs. Dr. II. M. Brown, of Williams burg, U the gueU of h;-r pareuts, Mr. and Mn. T. E. Shepherd, en North High street. Fred Harwood, a fAuier attache of the News office, now of the engineer corps ef the rou:.d G ip(Ky.) R. E., is visiting his parents bc-ro. 9 M. T. Vaupelr, E-ij., of Jcl;son, Ohio, a well kuown Highlander, is in the city on business, and called at the News office to day. (Tuesday.) Miss AdJ.e S .r;ut, of Wesiboro, was the guest of Mrs. George Kiclmrds, at her handsome new re.ider.c cn North High Ftrtet, lat week. - Mr. J. S.Shaw, de it of this city, h or a long time a resi- i removed to Oakley a suburb of Cincinnati, to benearhia busi ness in the last named place The Greenfield Ohiof is out in a Dew dress, and improved in quantity and ipnd ity of matter, as Treli ks iu its general appearance. .Sucoes- to you, Ero. Sprucg On Wednesday morning last Judge Thorn peon rendered a decision iu the Walker-Cailey bastardy case, over-ruling defendant's motion for a new trial. Ex ception taken for error. ' ' To Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Boardmau, Dee Miss S die Woodrow,- of Denver' Colo., on Saturduy, Nov. 19, a daughter. Mother and lather doing welL- Daughter ditto. The NeWo tecdersconeraiulatione. Mr. Christopher Dunn, formerly of this city, and now a salesman in the establish ment of Miles 4 Eancroft, Colnmhns, came here last week to attend the funeral of his sister, Miss Margaret Danri. Miss Kiltie Earrere, of Canton, Ills., a daughter of the IIou. Granville Barrere, and formerly a pupil at the Highland In stitute, is in this city, to remain for sever al weeks, the guest of relatives. The Ripley Budget says: "The Scot! Dragoons, one of the best military coni zations in the State, are inking in new members. We are glad to learn that they do not intend fo leave the service." While in this city, Mr. R. J. Hurdalte was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Marks. Mr. Marks accompanied his guest over to the M. & C. main line on Sunday, to catch a Lomeward-bound train. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Waddell Iiutc ar rived in this city, after a short visit to friends in the northern part of thy State, and have taken board for the winter at the Hillsboro Female College. Do you remember the old song, -'Lo-rena," that went the rounds before and during the war ? There is quite a romantic Ftory about its author and the song in last Saturday's Commercial supplement. Like all great men, he was "from Ohiu''. Mr. S. E. Donaviii, the centltmnnly aixjnf courier of the popular "Tennessee an", gave the Newu office a pleasant call is of of by ef m last Thursday. The "Tennesseeans" will aing here on Saturday night, 20th, and they will no doubt Ue welcomed back to our city by a lull Louse. Mrs. Barker, the heroine of the Salem tp. elopement case, Hn account of whieh appeared in last week's Nevts, returned la-st Sunday night to the house of a friend in the neighborhood of her former resi dence. . Our informant could not give us any further particulars. Capt. llustand Las at last found lime to CI! up the space he has reserved in the columns of the Nevs for Rome weeks pat, to advertise his new -atock. We are glad to see that the Captain's business is increasing so that he has been compelled t t.ike in the second story, which is now lilled with goods for which he has not room below. Calk and see the handsome display on his shelves and counters. I he Final. -pox case is coming o vinimiiiijly. The patient in able to ail up, ami nothing except indiscretion on the part of those liar hit; chaige of the paiieut can prevent licr speedy recovery. No other member of the family lias taken the dise&se this far. Charles Butler was arrested and brought here to-day by officer Slevoiisou, charged with Btealin-' a middle from the herse of Johu'Yhite, while hitched on the street, on Oct. 27th. Failing to give bond, he was committed to jail, pending Lis trial, set fa to-morrow. (Wednesday) at 81'. M. Mr. and Mrs. John McNicoll returned on Wednt'-diiy of last week, from a visit to relatives in Scotland, undertaken chiefly with a view !o benefit Mrs. MeNicoll's health. -"Mr. McXicol! is looking much the better from the trip, but we am sorry to learn that no marked improvement in visible in his wife. dr. liarj-y Ilridweil, of this city, h entered the e-klabliabuieiit id .Strobridge A Co. lithographers, Cincinnati, as a draughtsman. He i tiKSoiiated directly with Mat. llovrrati, one of the most cele brated draughtsmen in the world. There is no reason w hy Harry should not succeed, with the artistic talent he possesses. We have received from the CUv-dand Type Fonndry and the II. II. Thorp Manufacturing Co., of the ssuie city, a verv neat ana handsome new Specimen lit of Type, Presse? anil Printing Ma terial generally, which does credit to the firms by which it is issued, and compares favorably with similar catalogues from the larger cities. Correction mere were two typographical errors in the sketch of Mrs. Hal ler's life, iu last week's News. Mrs. n. was born in 1S02. not in 1812, and was married in 1823, nut in 1S"3. We regret exceedingly the oc- enrrence of the errors. Opera Boufl'e. 1 vro entertainments will be given in Music Hall next Monday and Tuesday evenings, by the Wallace-Villa Dramatic and Opera B-oifle Combination. It comes to us with quite a reputation as a com pany. . Tickets for sale at Stevenson, Matthews it Co.'s Jewelry Store. General admis sion, 35 cents, children 25 cents. Re served seats f0 ernts. Scloto Valley R. R. Notice change of timo on this road, taking effect last week. Tho Scioto Val ley is much the most convenient route to Columbus for a large portion of our read ers, and the travel over it from this sec tion cf the State is steadily increasing. It a well-equipped and well-managed road, with gentlemanly officers, and runs through one of the finest sections of Ohio, from Chillicothe to the State capital. Try this road the next time you visit Colum bus, if von h ive not vet dono so. New Confectionery. We are to have something new in the way of confectioner'. Mr. Frank Lovd, formerly cLief caterer of the Riggs House, Washigton, D. C, and a thorough Disster his busiucss, has rented rooms in the Lr!;ey block, on High street, where he will start a confectioner' and cake bakery. Mr Loyd will keep constantly on hand candies his own manufacture, which will have the advantage of always bcinc, fresh. He will also iir ke a specialty of furaishing fancy cakes for weddings and parties. Fancy Dress Party. Quite extensive 'preparations ar being made far the fancy dress patty, to bo given a number of our marricl and unmar ried ladies, Friday niht next, at City Hall. The number of attendant'', by in vitation, will be about 100. a.-h invita tion involves the neee-sity of dressing in costume, ea the part of the one who re ceive it, and from appearances new the affair will te a briiliaut one. The lalies furuUh the supper, orchestra and every thing. Wj will publish next week a full list of the guests and costumes. Car-Climbers. Ou Tuesday of last week, David Woods, Russ Williams, James Sullivan, Pcler Geodio and John Calhane, jr., were ar rest, d on the charge of unlawfully climb i:.j upon ears on the M. iV. C. track about the depot. All pleaded gniity to the charge and vs.re tinsd, and released with the injunction to keeji off the cars in fu ture. Independent ol the great danger incurred by climbing ou the cars while in motion, it is getring to be a decided nui2uee both to the officials of the rail read aud to the public generally. Highland County Medical Society. The proceedings of the last regular meeting, held in this city, Nv. 10th, were unavoidably crewded out. An interesting paper was read by Dr. .entitled "Adhesive Plaser versus the Needle," for which he was cordially thanked by the Society. Drs. S.-ofe, of Lynchburg, and Miller, New Boston, were appointed Essayists for the next meeting. The next meeting will ha held at City Hall, Hillsboro, on the second Tuesday in January next. On the evening of thatday, Dr. J. T. Trimble, of N'ew Vienna, will deliver a Public Laclure ; subject. "The Rand," after which there will be a Social. Here's More of it ! "Anothtr Fair! Do you think we can sUudit?'' Well, the ladies of the Epis copal chur. h were never known to tail in anything they have undertaken, of the kind. And now although they have been preparing for it for weeks and have never said anyihing about it, we are pleased to ike public the fact that, on Tuesday, December 20th, they wiTl hold a grand Festival and sale of Holiday goods, Christ mas gifts, etc., for the benefit of their church. An altogether new feature of the Fair will be a "soap-bubble parly" for the children. They wili dabhie iu the soap suds and not pet under people's feet, as hcretoloie. The regulation "Christmas Tree" will also be found, and s nie other things, the mwiiti-.n of which we will be compelled to postpone for another issue. "Dan Round of Gaiety and Applause". First A',e. bly Dance, Tuesday, Nov. Gran 1 Than! NTov. 21th. Fancy Dress Donavin's :s0'ivin concert, Thursday, Ball, Friday, Nov. 25th. Tennesseeun, Saturday, Nor. 2otii. . Wallace-Villa Opera Boufl'e, Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 2sth and 2yth. Judge Tourges'a Lecture, date not yet fix. d. Third Assembly Dance, Thursday, D 8th. - . Eemriii i C inibiiip.iiou.date not yet CxeJ. Episcopal Ladies' Fair, Dec. 20th. ; Japmene Pazar, (M. K. Church) TLurs- duy, Dec. 22d. To irt'i A-gjuibly Duca, Friday, Die. 231. And et'.er thii ga iu the meantime and follow. Grand Thanksgiving Concert. Thursday night, Xov. 2 1th, is the lime let for the big eotieert, the proceeds to be applied to fitting up of the Presbyteri -in church, just built at Xew Petersburg. The supervision of the work of raising the necessary funds lias been generously 'undei taken by Mrs. Geo. B. Beecher, whom htiaband hat been unceasing in his efforts towards the erection of the churc and the welfare of its membership. The concert is one ol ti:e means used to raise funds. The pirpuc appeals most strong! to. the generosity of all clashes of peopl iudependeutly of 1 lie rare entertainment O, hired. As to the latter, we have to s-iy thil the aiil'erent performers who hav kindly consented to take part, are some o the most talented and be.t known uiusi cians in our wid.t, and a concert given by hem can scarcely fail to be highly ente taming. A feature ot the performance will be an onere'lil, iu one net, entilleii "Penelope, or the Milkman's Bride." Th following is the programme: )c!ctte (instrumental) Misses Murrar. Bed, Hart and i lioiupsoii. Sun) Mrs. L Irie ."-loanc. ISicht Shades No Loncer Full Chorus Solo Miss YimCleve. Operetta Penelope euelope Miss Alice M- l'ugsU-Y Mrs. Croake .iiss Lilian l.rcy Pitcher Mr. John K. Callahai losser Mr. T. Kiwood Nelson Chalks : Mr. -V illiam Conaio Duet (instrumental) Misses Ilarmiiii and Murpbv. (Quartette Messrs I lerson, Caliahan, luvans, TAelHou. olo Mrs. I'lric Slo-mc. Finale (Vocal's Waltz) Full Chorus. Grand Thanksgiving Concert. As Usual-Only More So. We are pained to again introduce to the notice of the public in this way, a gentle man, whose pleaaantiiis have furnisUci matei iai for short articles in the three pre- cedinir issue of the Nmvs,. Werefer to Mi. Mai. Ellet,J(the name is not nniZ-itjOrios.) Sow, if the gentleman mentioned were getting a tiekct as a reward of merit, for every time he was locked up, with the prospect, at the end of the year, of reeiv ing an illuaiiiiated Bible, as the holder of the most ticket?, there might be something worth while for him in it all. But tnitii compels us to say that it is the striving af ter none of these things, but on the con trary, quite the r-'veise, it is "'pure cussed ness"on the part of Mr. Juliet, which se cures his incarceration. To be more explicit, about a month ago, he was locked up for "drunk and disor derly." He had gotten out of the jail door again for a few hours, when he con ceived the idea of celebrating the event of his release with firo-works ; and surrepti tiously procured a pistol from a friend, to furnish the thunder. In an unguarded moment, while jn high glee, he was again arrested, tried, committed to jail, and sen tecced by the Common Pleas Court to pay a fine &f $10 arid costs, for carrying con cealed weapons. He got out again and the next night or two thereafter, as related in last week's News, he got to celebrating again, and broke out Several paucs of glass for a lady in the suburbs. He was again gobbled and sent up for 5 days, his time expiring on Thursday last. On Friday, while Mr. John Dokes was rendering Samaritauie assistance to an inebriated iudividual nuaisd Boyle, by escorting him around to the Wright House stabls ou North street, after his herse, so that he might leave town, Mr. E. having- followed the pair to a poiut near the alley, and having observed that Mr. Boyle could' in no wise help Limieif, but was somewhat after the similitude of a' wet atrine, he made haste to overtake the pair, and when up with them, amused himself by plugging Mr. Boyle in the head. This was suCi- ceut tokiuelc Jsnvio liown, and Mr. I-.net then canrjived the fantastic idea of kick ing Mr. Bv.-!e's hea l off, which he forth with proc-teJed to -ittempt. Bat here eur friend from Samaria, Mr. Dokes, and cer tain gjodly-miu led women, having set up a clamor, he wt.s induced to withhold his hoofs if .er several kicks, sad apply them to a hotter use, by running away. He made the fatal mistako, however, of not running far euon'yand the office;'" again gobbled him tnd placed hlrn in "durance." Mr, Br.vle, having stopped the flow of blood and gottea duly sober filed an aili- dsvit with the Justice, charging Mr. Ellet with "assault with inUnt to kill," aud straightway an examination into the com plaint was had, resulting in the option of Mr. ElUi to give a bond off tOOfor his appearance bffore the Court of Common Pleas forthwith, or a confinement iu the jail to await the pleasure, of that Court. From s!re?s of circumstances he chose tL latter, and now languishes. So does (not) end. the fourth lefson. Burdette. The rainy weather last week was a fruit ful source of discomfort to amusement- seekers, arid it had its effect, of cours, on the turn-out to hear Burdette on Saturday night. ' We are glad to be able to say, however, that the.e ere enough people in town, with sufficient appreciation in them for a readly good entertainment, to lace the zephyrs on the street and the "music" in the Hall, after their arrival. It was Rob ert Burdette's' second appearance in this city as a lecturer, r.nd considering every thing, he should be congratulated upon the number and quality of his audience. The subject of the lecture was "The Pil grimage of a Funny Man." In it he ti.ok occasion to portray the "true inwardness" of the funny newspaper parngi aphist, his sorrows and successes ; and explained to his listeners the science and cultivation of humor. It is scarcely liecessaiy to sry that he succeeded in thoroughly entertain ing and amusing his audience, who were kept on the broad grill from the first few opening sentences to the c'ose of the lec ture. As a humorous exagerator of the funny side of humanity, without the lei;st approach to vulgarity, Buidette is abso lutely inimitable, and has no rival. He will always be welcomed to nillsboro by those who heard him Saturduy night, and on his foti'.ier visit. The Barn-burner Case. The trial of Isaiah Roads, charged, jointly with other defendants, with burn ing John Bell's bare in Brusliereek tp., is "dragging its slow length along." The hearing of testimony was beguu last Wed nesday morning, ami as yet the witnesses for the Stale have not all been examined. It is quiie probable that the trial wiii oc cupy not less than ten days longer. The evidence is about the same as given iu ths former trials. [Special to the News. Burglary at Dodsonville. i pants, but a different pocket, and one in which he never carries them. Mr. Orebaugh supposes it was done during :r ' temporary absence from the room. This , of thieving is becoming rather cuin- j ni'iu iu this locality, and our people aie thinking strongly of inaugurating a "shot to i j,Un policy." residence of Mrs. Rebecca Oie baugh was entered last Friday night, find the sleeping apartmeut of her son, A. J. Orcb.'iugh, iuvded, u bureau-drawer opened, and sjli taken therefrom. No doubt the thief was some person well ac quainted with the premises, as the keys was taken from Mr. Orebimgh's pocket, the drawer unlocked, and tl.cn earcfuliy locked aain, anil the keys placed a;;ain in "FLORINEL." MRS. JULIA A. HUNT'S NEW PLAY. FIRST PRESENTATION IN HILLSBORO. BORO. A FLAK AUDIENCE AND AN EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE. The audience which greeted Julia A. Hunt, upon her first appearance here, in her new play, "Fkirinel," last Thursday night, was in every sense compliinentary to this charming a. -tress. It is not a fre quent thing to see Mttsit Hall crowded, even under the most favorable circum stances, and to welcome celebrities of the stage, however heralded ; a fact that has given Hillsboro the reputation of being an exceedingly poor "theater town." How ever, the occasion referred to was an ex ception. -Nearly oUU people greeteil tne rising of the curt-tins, despite tho drizzling ram without, anil it is sale to say that they composed a fairly aveiago Hillsboro audieace, iu point of intelligence. Much was expected of Mrs. Hunt, from reports of her success in other places in this play, and it would therefore be far from line oinpliment.iry to say that she did not disappoint her audience. ?he did in tact accomplish much more. Xot unfre- queittiy uiiiing the evening, the anmence was moved to enthusiasm, and at tho close the universal feeling was one of complete satisl action. "Floriuel" is a play written expressly for Mrs. Hunt, by Sidney RosenGeld, an author already Somewhat widely known through his "Dr. Clyde" and other dramas. It is pleasing throughout. Possibly more plessing, iu that it presents no grtat op portunilus for strong acting en the part of tho leading character, at the expense the remainder of the caste. Lack of space prevents a description of tho plot. Mrs. Hunt, in the character of "Flori- nel," although it affords hut few occasions for the display of extraordinary acting, yet fully met the expectations of her au dience. When ii opportunity did pie- ent itself, she took advantage of it , nota bly so in the scene iu the third act, when he is first brought face to face with Rene," and where she quite takes the house by storm, in a fine piece of acting. One feature is introduced into this p'ay, exceedingly happy ia its effect, and whioh can always be taken the fullest advantage by Mra. Hunt, by reason of her fine voice. We rsfer to the songs. Al though not possessing a remarkably strong ico, it is rich, clear, under good cultiva tion, and used to good effuet, particularly in the song, "Oh, the dream of a joy that never was born," iu the third aet. As for the support, we have to say briefly, that it was excellent. Miss Bocke 11, as "Marcelle," pleased her audience per fectly, asdid Miss Mseliel9,afl "Madelainc," and in fact every other member of tha company in his or her part. Taken as a whole, we can think of no play as yet set before a Hillsboro audience, which has given the eamo amount of ileasiire. a COMMON PLEAS COURT. TUESDAY, NOV. 15,1881. Utman, Janes i Co. vs C. T. Pope et al., ubscribers to capital stock of the High land Co. Agricultural Society. Leave to plead in 10 days. Morrow et al., Receivers, vs. Isaac Eobb. jpeissueas ootid med. in supreme Court. K. II. Miller vs. John Ejkman arid wife. Dropped from docket. Wim. Sn-iror vs' J., lilnek et al. - Drop ped from docket. John B.-ll et al. vs. Edmond Brattou ct al. Dropp -ii from docket. Mary .St.uer et al. vs. Margaret J. Storer et al. Import of commissioners sek aside. Thursday, Nov. 17. State v. Milton Holdeu et al. Bond of G. F. Cordrr received in 3 cases, in the sums of j-aOO, and $200, respectively. Fied Z.me vs. J. 11. and Sarah A. Beii uett. Confirmation of salo. FRIDAY, NOV. 18. Sliitj vs. Jnmes West et al. A. Barman appointed Conimissionor. SATURDAY, NOV. 12. Henry Roads vs. Enos Holmes Continuation of sale in partition. Henrv Koads vs. Michael Devitt el al. tt al. Dismissed at -.iefvndant's costs. State vs. Milton Iloiden et al. Bond of J. M. Peny renewed in 3 cases, .-J.",00, S-'iOO and $200, it speclively. Henry B. Lindiey vs. Jacob liver. Dis missed at piniutiffs costs, without preju dice. jo OBITUARY. MISS MARGARET DUNN. Margaret Dunn, daughter of Michael and Rosanna Dunn, who have long lived in this city, died at the family residonee on Tuesday night last, at 10 o'clock, iu the 2'd year of hr aga. Her disease was consumption, with which she had been afflicted only three months. Prior to that-time she was the very picture of health, with not even the slightest symp toms of disease. A sudden cold from ex posure, with perhaps a slight neglect., on her part, to ward oil' what have turned out to !e its sad consequences, are the on ly known coi-cs of her death. Her parents lose iu her a loving daughter; her family and friends a pleasant, kind associate, her church a th voted member. Tho Rev. Father Donohue, formerly pastor of St. Mary's Catholic Church, of this city, o Ciciated at the funeral services, which were held at tlu church, Thursday afternoon last, at 1 o'clock. a of MRS. IDA B. STEVENS. Mrs. Ida B. Stevens, wife of Leroy Ste vens, formerly a resident of this place died at Marion, Iud., Nov. 3d. Mrs. Ste vens had numbers of relatives and friends t he western part of the county, who sinceit-ly mourn her death. She was dau.hter of Mr. N'eely McLaughlin, a highly respected citizen of Salem tp. Her remaius were brought to Price-town, where tlu-y were interred on Saturday, Nov. 12lh, in the presence of a largo gittfieriuj; of her old friends. is a GEORGE GRADY. On Sunday morning last, at 8 o'clock, Mr. Gtorge Grady, snu of Thomas and Susan Grady, well known residents of this eity, died of consumption, aged Ul years. Mr. Gra.ly was a line workman in his trade, that of a carriage blacksmith. He had accepted a good position at Middle town, O., last spring, and had lived there but a short time, when this terribly fatal disease commenced its work. Becoming unfilled for business, he came home to the residence of his parents, where his health gradually declined until death closed his euffi rii gs. The funeral services were held this morning (Tuesday,) at t! o'clock, the Rev. Father Hayes, pastry of St. Mary's Catholic church, of which dtceased was a member, officiaun,?. There Is more sf reugih-restoring power in a bottle of Parker's Ginger Tonic than in a bushel of malt or a gallon of milk. This explains why invalids find it such wonderful invigonint for mind and body' See other column. uov3w4 JAPANESE Bazar. Keep w ell in mind the Ladies' Bazar, which commences on Thursday evening Dec. 22d, under the auspices of the Ladies of the'Methodist church. Holiday good of all descriptions will be on exhibition and for sale. E'egant costumes will he Worn by the attendants, refreshments pro vided, and, and well, just Wait! Real Estate Transfer!. E her Savage et al. to Jason Mcrce and J. B. McPherscn, lot in New Lexing ton, 1,601). Con. Curry, Adm'r. to J. A. McGlincby lot in Hillsboro, 1,000. Con. Curry, Adm'r. to Wesley Copes, lot III tlilisboro, S'J,0(J0. J.. W. Roads to Absalom Roads, 121 acres, Faint tp., iSoO. John Berry, Adm'r. to J. W. and Alva h. Douohoo, lot in Salem tp., flOO. Advertised Letters Remaining in Hillsboro P. O., Nov. 23 ISfil. B.illentiue John, Kioe William F. Griffith Alda, Sinclair Nunnie, Kelloy Lillie E. Underwood Virgie E Myer Jerry, Hicr Dan. Please say "Advertised" in calling f any of the above- ietters. J. W. PATTERSON, P. M. Change of Time, M. & C. B. R. t':i Monday morning last anew time table went into t flirt on the I.I. & C. R R. The morning tram r.o'.v leaves Cincin nati for Hillsboro, at 6.20 A. M. and arrives here at 11.10 A. M. Tha evening train now leaves Cincinnati at 4 P. III. and arrives here at fi.iio P. M. The morning train leaves Hillsboro for Cincinnati at 3.05 a. in. and arrives there at 11.10. The evening train leaves IHllsboro 2.40 p: ru. and arrives at Cincinnati at 6.10. Ou Saturday night, hereafter, a train will leave Hillsboro at 7. So p. m., and make connection with No. 5, at Blanches ter, going East, returning here at 10,10 p m. TLs lime-Ubie on 4th page will be cor rected next week. The Value of Home Newspaper. There is a great deal of truth iu the fol lowing, from one of our exchanges : "The country weeklies ought to be the best supported newspapers of the whole land, for they contain news and gossip that can not be found in any of the city dailies. The farmer can learn from his local paper if he prefers to tske it in stead of some distant city publication how much his neighbor's sixty-acre farm sold for, how the schools are prospering, what improvements are in progress through the seotien in which he lives. He can get none of this in the city papers, and he cas not be a thoroughly useful citizen without such items of light iaformatiou. It is nut always the best town that sup ports newspapers, but it is atrietly a fact that no place ever gets the credit of being thrifty or enterpiising place until it can send out a first-class newspaper, and that always depends more upon the :ople than the editor." Our Premium Portrait of Garfield. The engraver of this portrait, Mr. Wm. E. Marshall, of New York, stands at the bead of his profession, and has been pro nounced the greatest portrait painter and engraver in this country. The excellence his portrait of President Garfield, con sidered as a faithful likenetr, is vouched for by the following recommendations from members of his Cabinet and other intimate friends : EIon Rutherford B. Hayes, ex-President. Please accept my thanks for the very fine portraite of President GarSeld. They impress mo very favorably, and I doubt not will have a great sale. FIok. Wayni: McVEAfifs.l-H,-r;-y Gen eral. I am obliged for your kind attention ia sending me your admirable likenesses ol the President. The one in profile strikes me as the better of the two, but that may only be my fancy . . Maj. Ges. W. S. Santock, U. S. A. I thank you for Laving presented me with such beautiful and substantially cor rect likenesses of President Garfield. That th;y were executed by the greitest lice engraver of the day as Dore said maks them of more than usual value. IIok. Wit. Wisdom, Secretary of the Treasury. I think both are very excellent, especially tho front or three-quarter view. Hon. Marshall Jewell, Chairman of the National Republican Committee. They are both line; the three-quarter view particularly is a most excellent like ness. Hon. K. C. McCukmick:, tx-Goveriior of Arizona. The profile view seems to me to be uie eest likeness, and both are excellent speci mens of the art with which your name is honurably associated. iios. S. J. Kirkwood, Secretary of the In terior. These engraved portraits strike me as most excellent likenesses. Prof. B. A. Hinsdalb, Pres. of Hiram College. To-day, under the shadow of his death, number of the relations and old friends President Garfield have carfuily ex amined these portraits. The universal ver dict is good. The front or three-quarter view is generally much preferred to the side view. In both these judgments I fully concur. Peterson's Magazine, for December, contains two beautiful steel engravings : one representing children, singing a Christmas hymn ; besides a superb colored fashion-plate. A charming story, "My Cousin Maud," is illustrated. Tiie num ber contains a Supplement, with a full size dress-pattern, and some fifty other en gravings : of fashions, work-table patterns, etc., etc. The enormous . circulation of "Peterson," the publisher says, enables him lo give more :' .r the money than any other. Good stories are always to be found in "Peterson." Its regular con tributors are : Ann S. Stephens, Jane G. Austin, Frank Lee Benedict, Rebecca Harding Davis, and that uiirivalo l hu morist, the author of "Josiali Allan's Wife;" besides hosts of others. The price but Two Dollars a year. To clubs, six copies for jli, with an extra copy to the persou getting up the club; or seven cop ies for ;10..-,0, with both an extra copy and large-size premium engraving, "Hush! Don't Wake Them," or a Photograph Album, gilt, to tha person getting up the cluli. Specimens ere sent, gratis, to per sons wishing to get up clubs. Address, Chas. J. Peterson, oOO Chestuut street, Philadelph ia, Pa. to in at ou is NEWMARKET. Nov. 2! Wheat looks well iu tin" tioH, and a largs acreage has been so n. The potato crop is slim, as are the ap- out this pies. lne late pasture is hc'i'iL,- iho larmers winter. on the teed questiou Mr. Robert A..sbit will move to our vil lage next week, ami occupy the house, that D. Carson vacated. Several of our young folks took to Julia A. Hunt's performance and piio uounco it good. The Christian Union church have pur chased a new bed. A series of meetings will commence at the Christain Uniou Church next Tues day night, conducted by Rev. Wolf. Rev. Hollingsworth will preach tha Thanksgiving sermon in the Presbyterian church, all the denominations of this place having agreed to meet there. Rev. Holliugsworih gave the boys a leoture on chewing tobacco in the church last Sabbath. Now boy, heed. Lycurgus Milhurn our to ou to w A. C. WINCHESTER. N --v. 21 The pioperly of James Dun can, deceased, was appi ais-.'-d Saturday last. Several deaths in this vicinity lately. Potatoes almost all dug ; average yield about half a crop. Corn husking and hauling; wood are the orders ot the day. No siuall-pox or varioloid in our com munity. Mr. and Mrs. Vickers, formerly resi dents of Hilisboro, but now of Missouri, are visiting their son-in-law, Mr. Bcnj. Hiitson. Commissioner Redkey and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Beveridge last week. Mrs. A. E. Musgrovo is teaching school in South Fincastle. LYNCHBURG. N'ov. 21 Rev. Peter Shick bejan a two weeks meeting at tiie Christian church on Sunday nihl. The cooper shops are running full time now. T. F. I'eaie, nieichant of Kellogg, Iowa, is visiting his father and other relations here. The boys are a!i glad to see "Flcni.'' The M. & C. E. R. runs on a new ''time tabio'' to-day. v. K. Caddis nas left for his cattle ranche in Texas. t . 11. jciiton and family removed to Toledo oil Saturday last. vSpncer Bo.'jart is building a new resi Hence on Ins lario. two nines south of town. Jorenh Smith has the contract. The distil.ery is in full blast. Thanksgiving comes next Thursday. Fat turkeys are ill good demand. Dr. W. J. Srofe has put up a new stable on is is Lroiiuway property. ohu Ggner brought George Lucas be fore the Mayor on Saturday, charged with threatening, tie. He was bouud over to Court. Wiiliam Sharp is night watchman at the istiiiery. Bulk oysters are now in the market. William N. Dumcnil is still on the sick list, but slov.lv convalescing. Pencil. NEW LEXINGTON. 1 lie Street Commissioner is Laving the caiverts ot tiie vinage repaired. Married, by Esq. Kelly, on the 16th nist., Mr. J. L. Priest and Miss Cordelia Ladd. Miss Clara Buzzard, aged 15 years. died o the loth, of typhoid pneumonia, after a short illness. The remains were taken to Clear Creek cemetery. Hog buyers are busv, gathering hogs nd shipping. Tristler & Green have moved their drugs Ate. into their new room. Our school is the largest that was ever known. There arc lol enrolled, which shows clearly what good teachers do. And yet a great many grumble because of high prices pam our tsaetieis. mere are a ood ruauy scholars iu the school that do not belong to the district. Sick: Mrs. Mary Jane Miller. Miss Redema Green, and several others, are re ported sick in the neighborhood. The happiest man is Ralph Bonar. He teps high, all on account of a big, bounc ing, baby boy. John Bishop and wife have returned from Minnesota aadgone to housekeeping. Dr. Judkins, Samuel McClure. C. A. Brown, C. A. Terrell, and others started for the Reservoir last Wednesday to fish and hunt. R. E. Publicax. SARDINIA. Nov. 21 The roads are getting bad. I. X, Langley is able to be around agrdn. The Woodward House is fer rent. Who will be the lucky man? A. X. Ervin has purchased a lot. ioining his residence, on Winchester street, of E. Rainey, for -5 100. A. A. Kennedy will leave us next week r Washington C. II., where he intends opening a large hotel. Tiie Sardinia Dramatic Company will not appear, as was expected. The boys u id not get the kev to the "Oper House." nn ieek the. O. ol E. R'y. will run out two new locomotives on the road. This ooks like business. A few d;ivs ago John Maples had to sltz to the tune of ij'22 before Esq. Kin id, for carrying concealed weapons. The band has gone into winter quarters. James Cross r.nd lady, of Chicago, are 'itiug their father here, Mr. S.tmuel -' 'SS. Miss India Martin, who has been teach g musio here u.tririg the summer, will turn to her home in Peoria, 111., in a few .vs. N'ickleuy. of to BUFORD. November 21. A few days ago wc had he pleasure of a visit to " Sido View Stock Farm," the pleasant homo of our en terprising nne stock breeder, C. r. Mober ly, situated about lj miles northwest of this place. Mr. Moberly's herd of " Short horns " at present consists of 7 head of as fine specimens of the bovine tribe as we have seen for many a day. The sire of this herd is " Prince Napier the eih," No. 10:175 S. H. K., and is a beautiful animal. Mr. M. recently sold 6 head of short-horns Messrs. Thomas Wiisou, of Highland county, and James Burger and G. Thtin nay, ef Brown county. Mr. Moberly is not only a breeder of tine cattle, hut also of hogs and sheep, and' his Berks aud Poland Chinas arc perteet beau ties, lie has one brood sow whieh will weigh about 600 lbs., and about 35 head of hogs that will average 200 lbs. The Whiteoax bridge is still a thing of the future. Mr. Jse Hilderbrand, of Alleghany City, Pa., was recently visiting his brother-in-law, Mr. John Thompson, of this place. Mr. Charles Feiks, an old and highly re spected citizen of this township, died last Wednesday, at his residence on Flat Run. His remains were taken to Sardinia for burial. Acous. it GREENFIELD. Nov. 21 John Blackburn is here. J. C. Steen has got well. J. II. Gadbury has the whooping cough. Heavy rains here last week. Hunters report rabbits plenty, quails scarce. Dr. W. II. Wilson is erecting a beauti ful iron fonce in front of his residence. Potatoos are retailing at $1.C0 per bushel. "How is that for high?" David Ross, the murderer of John Bahrenburg, has pleaded guilty and been sentenced to the penitentiary for life, the first 10 years iu solitary confinement. Thursday, the 24th, is Thanksgiving. Plense don't forget it, and yet your turkey shape. Three eases of small-pox were reported Baiiihridgj last week. Last week the St. Clair sisters, of Colum bus, Ohio, were visiting the Misses Elder, Main str-et. Key. Beall preached atGood-IIopa last Sunday at llo'clock. Mrs. S. E. Taylor, of Ciiitndia, Illinois, here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Devoss, on East Church street. Mr. John McWilliams returned last Thursday from the Atlanta Exposition, where lie spent several days, sight-seeing. List Saturday night winter came in earnest. Ice formed shout an inch thick. Coal is retailing at loots., and the pros pect is it wili yt go higher. Mr. John I'onohoe removed his family New Holland, O., iust Thursday. A portion of Barnum's Big Show passed through here over the M. & C. last week, their vy to New York, for winter quarters. Mr. Burgess Watt and family removed this place from Lebanon, Ohio, last week. Dr. M, Dun'.ap is fitting up the north business room iu his new block, lo be oc cupied by S. W. Allan, as a boot and shoe store. A lire broke out last Wednesday morn ing, in a large building, a short distance east of tho M. t" C. depot, commonly known as "Zollicofi'er." The fire was dis covered in time by some neighbors and put out before much damage was done. Our darling little ladder wagon was jerked out and started for the fire, but had to return ithout a trial of its fire-fighting ability. Mr. James York, an old man, some 5" 60 years of age, a laborer for ii. I. of is kui'kcr noli, lei! ia.st wick ami lin.ii: his leg, while assisting in the erection of new sheds. The new M. E. church is fast being con. -pletad, and every exertion is being made to have tho house ready for dedication some time during the first of the yesr. Should the weather continue favorable some two weeks longer, the brick-work and all the outside work will be finished. Robert Caldwell and Orliu Bush, boys about 15 vears of ace, arnic 1 themselves with an old pistol and iLoO in cash, aud ran awHy from their homes last Wednes day night, but returned Friday, seeming ly contented now to stay with their par ents until they learn a little more of the ways of the world. Reading dimo novels and the life of the notorious James Bioth ers, fired their young hearts with a desire to shoot an Indian or fight a grizzly. Madaai Jaricy's Living Wax Works ?ave an exhibition at Baiubridgc last Thursday evening, and cleared nearly four big dollars, which will bo donated to the now M. E. church. Married, on Tuesday, 15th inst., at the First Presbyterian parsonage, bv Rev.S. D. Crothcrs, Mr. D. W. Duster," of Ross county, to .I1t3 Liiho Osborn, ot Fayette county. Mr. Ed. McClain has opened a shop here for the manufacture of pads for horse collars, for the wholesale trade. lie has already soma Orders ahead, and the prospect is that the largely. Ed. is just i t:UMKCS3 will pay c right man to pus!: the ehierpriso to success. Last Saturday was stock sale day. A large crowd was in attendance, ami quite a large number of good horses were sold at lair prices for foreign markets. The Agncs-Viila Combination are billed for City Hall on Thursday and Friday evenings, Xov. 21th and 2 5th. The first night, "Pocahontas," second n;ght "Mies Xiulton," concluding with "Tiie Field of the Cloth of Gold." Jep. SUGARTREE RIDGE. Nov. 21 Work oil our turnpiSe almost suspsnued. Our school is progressing finely, under toe care of .Miss tialie Miner; a very efii cieiU teacher. Uncle Henrv Wilkin is recovering and able to he about again. Ed. O. Hetheriogton has purchased the interest ot Lis deceased brother Joo, and wiil continue business at the old stand. E.l. is a promising young man, and de serves patronage. Mrs. F. M. McCormick has returned from Cincinnati, where she has been under treatment for cance'-, and is convalescing rapidly. Mrs. Anna. Miller, wife of Daniel Mil ler, jr., is lying very low with iiiflamm tion of the stomach, at the residence of her lather, .Mr. John McCoy. HYACINTH. LEESBURG. Nov, 21 Mr. J. W. Cox had hemorrhage of the lungs several times last week, but ue is up again. Uooa : Mrs. Alderman is convalescing. Mr. T. Evans has sold his share iu the hardware firm of Evans A Small lo Mr. Small. Mr. L. F. Magnet has sold his drug store to Johnson & Hallowell. Mr. M. contemplates moving to South Charleston, O. The Paragon Lottery run out last Thursday, but the prizes are not all out yet. If you have tickets brimz them in. An ovster supper was riven bv Mr. Jud. Fation to the boys that helped him shuck eoru Wedaesday night of last week, and to the surprise of all present, except couple, it was, we might say, a wed ding reception, for Mr. Andy Priest and Miss Cord a Ladd were married before luire Kelley, of New Lexington, and were at this party. Amen 1 The High School gave several essavt on tke late President Garfield last Friday, ia honor of his 50th birthday (Saturday. ) It. Andy Daniels, who has been in Toledo as clerk in the dry goods kou.e of D. Keen, is at home again. Mr. Odell Collins ij home from the West. He wears the fringe of the wilder ness. The pink-eye is raging among the hor ses nere. several cases ia tho VV est end. The School Board takes the cake for tacir nearness ami dispatck in delivring the articles petitioned for by the scholars tha lliKh School. On Time. The merry Christmas se.::ou is drawing near; the year prows decrepit, and feels already the chilly hand of winter striking its heart. The small hoy of the period begins to count .the days to Christmas and chocks them off, one by one as they pass. Th young man meditates Ou the new leaf he is resolved to turn with the Cew Year, and the maiden dreams of Christmas par ties and Isew Year calls, with, it may be, trifle of snperstititious veneration for the ancient rite ef the Mislatoe Jjouh. Papa, inspecting his bank account, thinks Christ mas gifts a naisance, but supposes he'll have to make soino all the same: Mamma's daft fingers are busy with cunning needle work, while her mind adverts to mince pies and puddings of the plum ; and meeting-! of the smaller fry are held in secret places to discuss the enthralling question, "what do yen suppose we'll get," or the less absorbing proposition, "what had we better give?" Meanwhile, those whose special business is to minister to the wants of Christmas keepers, have not been idle, in proof whereof there comes to us by mail the Christmas number of our old friend, Enr.icns' Fashion Quarterly, full from end to end of things for old and young, and suggestive, on every page, of ways to make Christmas pleasant, aud the holiday season a time of rejoicing in very truth. The amount of information about Christ mas gifts that the publishers have man aged lo compress into the present issue of this popular magazine, ia astonishing. Be sides the usual illustrated account of the Fat-hions in dresses, bonnets, etc., the whole Christmas market is passed in review, and the choicest articles of foreign and domes tic make, suitable for presents, are illus trated and described. For the older folks are all the newest designs in china, majolica silver ware, embroideries, bronzes, clocks, eto.; for the younger are books and games, albums, dressing cases, jewelry, music, folios, papeteries, and a hundred other items ; while for the children i an array toys such as, it is safe to soy, was never collected into a single volume before. Cheap and dear, old fashioned and new, indestructible and fragile, simple and in genious every variety of toy ever yet in vented to charm the heart of childhood, is here represented. There ara automatic birds in cages, that chirp and sing like live cauariis; there are wonderful savings banks, that perform such curious antics with each deposit, that economy becomes a pleasure; there are boats that sail, and sieam engines that work, and monkeys that wall: and o limb : there are tops, and skatss, and velocipedes and sleds : deer and goats, and horses and cows : Xoah's arks and grocery stores : printing presses and Epell ing games: dolls, with their houses and furniture : rattles, Christmas tree orna ment?, and picture hooks : in short it were e'asiar to say what there is not than wh?.t there is. The book is a complete com pendium of Christmas gifts, and happy will he tha child, and wise the parents, in whose home it finds a place. Every article lucidly described, and the prices of all are given, and very moderate they sem. As a special compliment to their Christ mas patrons, the publishers announce that they will send to each subscriber whose subscription reaches them within acertain limited time, a copy of the "Christmas Musical Album," which is described as a collection of nice pieces of mti.ic by Gounod, Godfrey, and others, "especially adapted to tiie Christmas season. Thin alone is said to he worth the whole sub scription price of the magazine. The Fashion IJuaktekly is published bv Ehrich liros., of Eighth Avenue, New York, at Z) cents a year, or 15 cents a copy Ff 1 i u-.-riniMiiLitf. a-A Substitute for Calomel and Quinine. Simmons Liver Ilegulator, purely vege table, is eijiod in power to blue mass or caloinol, but without any of their injurious properties. "I have used Simmons Liver Regulator, and find it a most excellent medicine, act ing like a charm on the liver. It .is, most excellent substitute for calomel. Have tried it in several cases of bilious disorders, chills and fever, and find it effects a cure a most satisfactory manner. out rei oi-! i DR. J. H. BOWEN, Clinton, Ga." The coming holidsvs will he more qen erally ohserved than any for ninny years, ; and we would remind our readers that a hottle of Dr. Bull's C'ou-ch Syrup will' prove a most acceptable holiday present, I Ms y i S a '- .i THE LARGEST AND Window Shades. Fietnrc Fra Ever brought to t'uis ninrfc.-.t, J. I NORTH HIG-ir 3 Us a Gall. lio Iiii.LTROiio, Oct Let- 2", 1; i. IT BEATS iJililli I Wc will sell our ENTIRE STOCK r f fto-iv- Ida Clofc ATooi Consisting of over i(.M) SUITS, over o) BOYS SUITS, over 100 OVERCOATS, over Zi) BOYS' OVERCOATS, over u0 extra COATS, over GO extra PAXTS. Any Price or Quality You Wazt Call and examine bofurc purchasing elsewhere, and we will show von GOODS and PRICES that 'will ASTOXISII YOU! STEVENSON & YOUNG, 3 Doors East of Merchants' Nationa Bank. LIFE snri DEATH cf JASM2S A. GARFIELD" -tfet ll --...rv of !,n i.O ia fnll P.r: r. ot t;i. remarkable an.l crila il O " ? J lf 1 1 f " H The P.K ! FA.i I St, I'o. llv ris-onl ot a noble inan.Auti i 1 I CJ W A 13 I t U of the Af.K. . :-,-a'irt r--. 50 per cent, discount ta Agents 'Iini-6Ti:v!-.CS: TV I a 2 a W I Oihi hi FINEST STOCK OF iv ft? ll.lr.-t 1 1 i:u Ittj U, .iVl.vi.., can now te Lined at the Store cf .. Hiestancl, OPP. COURT cXOXf; Trouble to Show Goods. THE JEWS! Assnss. n.'t :.on The Latest Improves'. - n ii rs acre;! and Lsliia ee rut ant tr anyrvlwiv'sswir: P.Ttras. on rr CCMpt Of (i.Ot Prize Hoi;'. Scroll Saw 53, J'ist thf- firt;.-;.- I V S y "- ft I"r a Chrls-.ir.i. 1 J Pres-nt. litin'l -hJ' Si-mi Saws an.i SurriiV. t---' rO- ? All nun iiinesat mamifiieiiirer'J U J. VATR2US,P5()& 42 Arcade, ( in. 0. DOV24w4l'iV?ON3 rn f-J to a-t r?:V.!-:--rs for Tr.trrN. Cavr.tt. . (''! '. rlu:'!ts. eu-., f,.rt:.i.- UmO'.i Starrs. !. Ktiii.-nJ, Fmrv. Orrnanv. etc. Vu irty-ii. e yertr.v experience. -i:.'-d ti:r. aL'h lis are n. wvti in til-Sri-:utv. 'ijr'-i ! .riro c.:' i s;;-!:ui-i ili'.u i v.-:-,-i..:.-r.--:jr". "r.-i :.u.-n:i eij.-r: ; r. f :' : !:-.-.-;:: . v .w, r,7 Uo;v, EOY2 t-.v3 71 Garmors s -iMiuCsaJ iar 'Jl 3 ii i'.i iiot-iiU t-Ci fc.'. Ut.li. Invent? anil worn by him perfectly r-:'.-r'E? -j avaa wi:ip-?r3. d-.oactiT. Art: not obHrt . ue, xr -1 r- CACTlOS't Oo c-t U .l:vc.l ay car lrv:... ..r.J '-ae i..y iac.;c3jr-al i. .!.::: c. i-r-. ui- -:i.a -. John fernm S V.". Cor. !th & Rai St!.. C:aemK. 0 A oc'of Ptn-o Qr'inaHty, entitled The srv.it ir.jo.cr3 . . . . aia;-, : c?.r- jI.t c S'.K Amusements, Dress, uuv.-.'. .-.i O.N 2 A 'J KM. 2;ii iur .:r Wants j Everywhere. ju r(i'"'r:'t'..nJ:i iV Tho New York "Weekly iin ntiichoor and ei? if it is r.otju-it te rawry of Kji'.oa S'.r-t Pn.yr ent Csthotic Cnurca ; !l. ti T ef interos: ia :ol p-.-.'T.-? : mar.-te'-S, p. a.ii-'s ii.."o a year. Si: ipwci:can CTpv. JOHN . r:i:ne'.L:i:f Vi interest, tc 9 r.-r iiosLi! i-iird ant! t?eta L'GAU. & CO., 21 Vaade- M5.rnJ EEST in tha WCnlQi. -imeT?o?hch--!rt distinction ate-rcrr Grat Vor.fi F '.ir for lou'teen year. IP ? I'M A ;yV l'-'-KAT:l CATALCOre, 3'' pp. a" "-t- is retttir this m-'ath, ba " se:!t ;re!i to any a.irtv.-, anr.oar.'-:: f.T"'? WrOtlTA-NT LUFKOVF VENTS, Jli'i iLi-Mf Pre fa. -'0, i"4. to ') ar'l '.p: aso for easy vavrprtus. -M VON X Ii AMi'.iN i)0 i A S" C .. 104 rnp,; bSi'-.'N ; 4- V. tUKil SLti.V luiiji; 'V'tbV.i Av-., rV:C.u'K 'i i P Ti O i'-;'"-"--: PORTRAIT by Dicr Sf'titi (i V It". Y.. ist.-ie one sent F- in 111 M .1 '"' Mrs. Garaeid to Qutea Sterl Inj'v'ir. Size for I'nm:? 10x21, $1 by mail. Agents Wanted. E. B. Teat. Broadwav, N.Y. i5,0ot Amenta 'Tatp.-J for Uta of mall It ccrtfi- 1 t'je Tall history ottir :ie- and esni2i llf ? V.y Hssa5s;iiat:'tn. Siiruri.-tii ir?!2i'jEi, riaih. iiiitjs.fcic. 1 .itf D.'sicuiiiro or ytturin-? to tii 'PTMr.'V. IVWftnf of ' imitaiu-r.s. I ma tlinritv ti'iaiicaua'J fi'i ivrf.i fr.-H'.-n. ":rse stwsl ii:'.:-;tr.itil ii '.-if ournukr- -(.::'s. ' .rralars Irt. r jidrei-aNATitJNAi-I'LSLlSn: ""hilKielpIiiaPa. eov'2Ia BKO AN 0.NLY DAUUKTER CURED OF THE CONSUMPTION. Wiien death was hourly eiiected, al remedies havinr failed, aud Dr. James wns exp'-rimeiiting with the many heriis of Client: a, he accidentally made a luepaia tion vhicli cured his only child of oil Sltniplion. His child is now in this country, and enjoying the best of health. He has proved to the world that ';; limiloil can he positively and perma nently cured. Tiie lloctor now pves this lieeipu free, only asking two throe-cent stomj.-i to (my exjenses. This herb also cures Niht Sweats, Nausea at the .V.oiiiaeh, and will hreak ui a fresii cold in twenty four hours. -Addres Cradd ck it Co., l'j.;2 Kace Street, Pnile.Ieip'iia, cimiii; this paptr. novlltw Iditco -Beatty's Pianofortes- MAr.NIFI- iiir!' ?, i!i;:r very li.t.it:?oint r j:i rtl criurs, r-.-o-ntMxi cJtfi'?, litri-L' ui'i.-on:. iloii'.ty's maU'lili'as ir-Ti I'rHintjs, sfoo', i)twtk.Civcr.fiut.i'.,i-J-'.."r loi'l 'l .'.a; carai:L'U prices. t- 5 ,ik ; ?.i!:.-:.:.-;i.J:t -jj -tr-aurrt'it tr niiwu-v rt-f iii'I.-tt, f.- r rit yo:ii r i-; nprjc-ii! t)'fim-r'.rfij, Ji'i"- to ir;:'.-:ic :ri(vi i ii it ia:.r.-iiii pi:t;;i.'i' .rt tr- i?t itjc ii!:;-. 'T.. ;i5 I h t ": ii ! i ' I It -1 : i ; v. it.r a i; Uiiii:.lU i-l i; --it ' V c:i:k:!.-'. ori-rtt: ; r.i'iu-.:::!!, ciii:rc!i. f!i;i;n-;. pr.rlf, :( iii-.v.tr.;; v.,-;-Coi?i;': fri-i- c .rr;.n;-.r pn.- L- r-; i . i;-r r.-i r i-?: calalt -ilu (,!:n iiliiv ;. f r":. . it i r. ;r t:.i ', upon J'.iNILL t-'. l;KATii', .'as';:;:L" .:. , N . J. t-'.vVC A G.'JEAT OFFER FO."; I'tANOs and OKU.NN.S at EXTltAfiitlUX.'.JtV I.O'iV i-nees f.'r l i-h. iN.-aiu,ii :,;s re.-eived. sl'IENH! 11 OKUS. Si.s. f up. MAI. Ml-'f. EN f 7 V oi-t. KtisE'.,cl.i: I'f S.)(.!, :.n.l ('hit, only J... Warnoo.-.l r, v. I'it-s-TrMTed raiaio:;::.- ii.e. :b-d. Air-nos wauli 1. Ii' OKAl rl WAT .V li.. .'! i-:-.i; :eiur -rs and fM.-0.-i-. s.j.; llo.a-.i.iay, New Vi -k. imv-'I--, I -:.vcu AC?iTS WASTED "i-NEWEOOK :i;;;'f;r;:;;:revmP'-cfess:3.tai i'.r:-..;l-?v l-'ccrv.-: ori. s S ? ? ifs C ? -'S i. n c.t-.'s, tu rc ;i" UEFt I;K I'! i; priiv, ar"'i sr Vll'.:ir alil I.ANi) IXK. ton. .in i-n-m:vi-:;: . rrt.i":! LIFE GARFIELD Cihin i.. or.:.-. i. on .t.-.. out :m .-irniy iu" ir.if-rs iu i.ee f..re rei ! -s l.i;i,-ri. en-, oi-! to o s::-i..:v JAS. Hi EAliLl' , An. -i " E-.-s.ir : ei.d .'.... t'.r iai.d. T. " N.-r r tv ivriii . W-isiiir.i H...tt,n. i BEAUTIFUL PORTRAITS HI:;.!.' ir.MU S r- j ;,,!,.. Uiud .-f sni;:;! i.ieMir.-. -e il, iuii. pre-.-, ,-!i-.. o ai:y re i '.: iviio v. ii' m i as .)-; r a r.-u's. T , i.UiTil p.-in-aii.-u' ::; i pivli'a'i !o:rii. -si ri-;i-.ta'--;o'y. r .o sl.D'lUt dii.lr -S- ill ii; e-; r, s' ill:ili!y l? wir!; r1, v hsu-:;.' a--ii "ii-.- paid, r I'll., Aui.uiu, N. V. illi-l Al 11! UN tI i IN s.j and -7 lie-iiesei t 1 noritw.a&cu I i TIKES HOLDING CDUItTS FOS THE YEAR 1832 IN TH2 FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT O1 OHIO. TT is hereby cr.sertd t e I'd- ts of Common X 1 lens ami District Courts for th.. v.'.ir i-.-i sha:l ht-irin in tue ssv;t:i1 coji.'I" of The Firth lutlicial iiistrict ot tue .State ot Ohio mine times foiiowiiig, to-vit : COUSTS OF COMMON PLEAS. FIPjsT S"B-t)IVfs;oN". Aiianij CoactyJaDuarj 17, April 17, October 3. Brown County February U, 3Iay a, October Ck-rmcut tober 17. Coua : ircary Jljy Oc- tECOXL" iCB-DIVISlO.N". SHisWam'I Cosr.ly January 9, April ' October lo. F.oss Coauty January 9, April I-', October 10. Fayette CotiLty Jaanary 3, April 1, October 10. TCIP.D SL"B-MVIsON. Madison County February 6, May 22, Novem ber .0. , Franklin County January D,A:iriI i.Ootcber IS. 1'icnaway tonn:y-Jar.r.a.-y 3, Apr ber 10. , Octo- D1STRICT COURTS. Adaias Aurrust -9. Brown Septemher 2. Clermont -Jeptember 27. n:r,-u:onU Aaj;.i.st -J-Koss bcpteiu!cr 2. Fayette CMriUrnbe'r -2i. Madison Aue-ust Franklin ?.Iarcti 21 am' Septenibe-r 2. Pickaway .September -3. Ordered iliat tlic Times for hoili.-. Courts ia tiie I'lt'th JuJici.U I'istrict be- pr.i)iisheil for four consecutive v.eeks by the several Cl.Tks in the sever.-.! counties. L'onc- the tutu oay of October, 1-il. JI1N" L. CKHES, EDWAUI) F. 1:ISi';:iaM. SAW Ki. F. STEelL, I'AVIU TAItiiFLL, TllADl-rirs .. :,!!;;.- H.l.,, A. T. CJ'.VAN, KL1 V. HVAKs, C.fc.'l::-:1 Ll.Nelii.N, ACE lii'.Ei.G, Jl'.d.'eS. In .'.-3 v. hereof I liave-l:erer.u:o s-t :uy t.ui.d and an. tiie seal oi our 3 1: i Commoa I'leas Court a: ItilUloro, t!iij 2,1 ii.:y oi Xi.veaiher, A. D. i:. J. M. IILuIiilY, C.-rk. novlu-.vi The SsstKrovvn RcTtorTyfor Backache or Lame Back. Rheumatism or Lsmo Joints. Cramps or Sprain3. Nsuraleia or Kldnoy Diseases. Lumbaeo, Severe Achoscr Pains Female Weaknoss. AreSupcrior toall other Kajlsrs Arc Superior to rails. Arc Sapcrlor ta Licimenti. Arc Snpe.-Ior ta Ointments or Salves. ArescpcriortoElectTicUyergcivEuaisiii They Act IinmciiiatclT. They Strengthen. They Soethc. Tlity Relievo Paia at Once. Ttiey Positively Care. Ca iwiam Eessos'a Cariciae Tima T. I ! I Eliil trrs hnve been inrlrateii. Ijo ji U I I U 1 not allow your druprrr.'t ta palm off eorae OLh--r piaster fcavirr a?.rr.:lar eounil:ne: nine. See that tiie wcr 1 is so-.ic i C-i-KJ-N' E. P-'C9 25ca. ' SEftPUSY & JOrlXSOH, aianii.L-rr.rr.j Ch.-m-rs. N.-.v .n-t. a SI RK iLFa; JY AT I. ASTTP-xr-Sc". fiaiAj'SMerjicatedCCH.. and j-uMOH FUJTE3. Notice to JTcir3. 1 i I ULS r.iisdant lo a end lio. C-et Mrs c tc- Jlitl v. ar.ls) oi : -ie e.-:a !..i:.:.ei. tuc.al.d. i i-;: , tii i-t:ist-u, ot hi in-r i cunnciM'e r-r p'-; jmi f:i) are '!- :.-irf (!:- and .::-. 'I e vvn v. K. rua-b-.-.'.i!:.!. i , a prosi-em -..m a-iinst i ia:ni .i.-t t. 1 was e.tli. u h. -.oi 1 1 1 -i i;i i.i Mi til!, eU-'Jil, Wil.Cti War Lli.'iil uTirHiic :!.' v, ;i:-i In1 w.m wiU- sa:.i i'-.-k i -l..- to t.i w ii't ii II '.. I-- Il.dVc'i !' ro p: .On" l!l ......'(! 1 said i."i:. ...e.-t : .A Nil. f. " , 1 t i- e-J- . jliii-lrn. Tl: 1- ;iy 111-. .: .Wt.s t'H t: i TV ir .1-1-3 ui b 1--J- i -.- -j k . y -. fA.il ALi. J .-r 1 6 lh 0$L -MEDALS.