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VOL. 45-NO. -38. HILLSBOROUGH, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1881. WHOLE MO. 2377 Published Every Thursday. J. L. BOARDMAN, E D IT (J 11 AND V U i P U I E T (, R . OPfK'E Corner of Main and Short blreets, Op. liosiic Mnsic Hall. ' Business Director?. Cards .uerted under this head at the following rates : For 1 inch space, $10 a year; inch, $s a yiar . V inch, i?, a year. lIve!v(; lines of t hif type make 1 inch. IRWIN & MARKS, ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW GURE'F1U AND H !LL SliORO. Gheexpielu Office Smart's lilocfc. HiLUsuoiio office ierchaut! Nnt'l Bank Block. W. ii. InwiN, (Greenfield, O, iKjvIlyl 4. K. MiiiKB, HiiEaboro, O. j.r.i.Dur.iENiL, 6.TTOENET JT" X.W. Oftite Stranss Building, Main St., Htllsboro.O nnvi" 1 ..DR. S, J. SPEES, Ur ILL, now pe in? entire time to the practice of his Profession. He has had extensive experience and wiij give special attention to the rrefctmeut of Chrcuic Diseases. OrncB lu MeKitben New lilock, up stairs, Hif ti Mree:. Ke.-idence. West Wainut fat., nar Rje Public School'lljusc, II!!bro, Ohio. julSyl C. H. Collins. J. B. Worlkt. COLLINS & WOKLEY, Attorneys at Law, Office in Smith new Clock, 2d story, corner Main and High 8tmti, Hiiis'-oro, Ohio. junlJ-yl AZ.PHOSPO HAKT. R. T. BOrOH. HAUT & HOUGH, Attorneys at Lav. 'tfEee ISank Bn-ldlu,;, corner of Mala & llifhSle. UIl.i.9Bi)I0, (.'. jyiiat . R. Callahan. D. D. S. D E NT IS T ! Office In STRAUS (iUlLDiNCJ, Man Street, fir?! door tit riir'it, up Mr.irs. mar(.J.Tf A. HARMArJ, A.TTOEKEY Xi.W. Office, Sou'.htt Corner Main and Uich StsM room no eiairri. KIRBT SMITH, ATTOltXEY AT LAW, OlBco oer Smith's Drs Htfire, HUltboro, O. ducUtf JO '.IN T. HIKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Jil!.!.BKc, Oiil J Office iu S'uitt! V New Bui: jitiy-, 2-1 .-ttiry. a:i9yl H. C. HCJS3, U. D , tnysioia, durgeon and Accouoiieor, ' -i.'ee Jin: tr- eL, uu.tl i'.r.r wt r of Nr s KtfFi ltLCrf S iJtii ll'U SL, anuti! M .Oittiitr , W. W. -SHEPdtjiU, 0.. Physicia'i at.d Surgoon. HILLSCOiiO, - - - OUtO. frike i'Tj hurt .St'-.:t, lu G(.:,ri ,xst of Hieh St -'Kr'Kii UiU 11. l':rai s f A. 11.. I to S i: M., to .S 1. M. and uil day ?.!!l'.d- y. tic.l A. O. Matthews. II. M. Unjoin!". H. K. Q -ilnti. Matthews, Huggins & Quinn ATTORNEY si AT C W. oyice Oru.r.f Hi-h ai?d Short Sts., uptaira. marflui'. CYRUS riEWBYT ATlOKNL'i' AT LAW, Office m PmithV New bnlhli! M story, febljrl Maddox Bros., orrER THKia likue ftoci; or Haraefis, Saddles, Dusters, Fly Nets, Whirs and Halters At Greatly Reduced Prices. Csii bT fuse huviii- t-fcev.l.ere at the Old Mand. ' - r . - jviXtf ST. CHARLES HOTEL CCKNJCS EIGII AND GAY STKEKTS, (2 eqoare north of CaptTO!,) - ' Oolumbuati Oliio . J, C. DUNN, Proprietor. CHARI.E- BAIKI1. ) A. V. BAKKlNGtU,; Clebks. Roi:?e and farnittire entirely new. Rooms lrt.'e, airy, and connaodious. Talde flrst-ciuss. Ctc ua acall heo yuu vii,it the State Capital. mart4vl TEKilS-rs.ai A DAT. "ornoOLin'J,7lnctura of tha most vatu ;,.:.,'e remedies known to th medical r rtes ion, prepared upon strictly paarmHceutcal prlncipJee. A., f Tifiicv of twi ;ry.! ip ycir "j-rovoa it to am h t- An'id tf to iinltvn- ui.d all other AtfQ u's f-uf" Mi' wn Ij t!io world. T'i a'l.j ubm:ii fir fnr !l AiTrrr'ons of tlio hi(lnrT. !:i ,.VPr (t:irhiilil. OfspepMiru iiordrr tl" tin Rei.riu Rii After l!ma of tliP ')'!irul and Kung!-, n is ii.i. .trnrioM, ttlu! us m runt for cuun'istiliLl peouiiai i-j ih f3;at:- t.rf it has no C(uL WOT A CEVERACE l. it .tn odd reliable Hoto-chold liemedy, t-fkllK-'IV ad:.UU U lah'liro. It - i;:'." t. t " t.j wn.uR-n. f-trtTiorales the 'vj i'.." j-,"--.'.!iu";nt'-e t:u urfHTvuuns. acd pro iii' t rvi- i;(- n.'tiun ( tuii bownu. ;:i(-;hs ew-ry ltx n -jf ui" :t:y uj Tttri"trm its JuloiUid wurk refiru-i-r.j" and wfitho'it inlrri:ptnin. it- hitrM-t cT-,uvi,'i:itKnr, c-.me frrm those who Lift- it IXi.-t ird kn it heft. Ko;vadre bo i..:.uit . :n lvtr.jji.-tr, P.,-hftra it h : "ii n f'r tt t iiw u n i.-r rt h cent:r". iihly ronnnrnled ns n l-eneral Tonic is.rd A;pi-ty-'r. .tl ity Lri-Ki-iUi evorywnure. THE MESSEKCER OF HEALTH A !vx-u . i ' p.;;er dr,ptve of dipe?, it orifiin iid c.:ra, wl hi) I'aded f ree to uj addruftit -n t'i:vuli i t'J 7KE. KERB BITTERS CO- Lancaster, Pa. ; " " 1V strm-rV nvumnirmd t' ruothiF Prot". I' .i'i-c's I'itattil Worm Svrop- It novt. -. :f -.lt; t i-tki: d 1- nfUJ-aiC I roQUiWl j.ryHA-sos Jf you Hru a inun t,- .: 1 ''j iik-'s.T t-k- V ?7 'if u ore a V, I1M. Tm:- f!,::..s fit : V in i t w.-rk. tu rcs-i-nu'id.-Ha ii d Ubo Jirrreana t . Hop Bitter- ?j wu-. wop B. if tou are vminsr rnf "ufferinjr frvns nny in-4i-ivuon Ir ui.p;ir.-1t.on: if y.u an mar- I Vrn -'t 'i .lr .-n-i.i : - on a U-d of aick- ursrt. r.:y rn Ho p:S Sitters, Whn-T.T yfS tf- 'I''11 uid die an- whfiit-Ter y o ii ti r J .l,v r m some ru'or Kidney tv that niitriit liiir or Htii.il- h"pn pre fUU-d T-Klioutt'i''"-ri' t a k - HOP B itter 6 by a timely u; of HopBittera Ilavt. you r?!J- . i" orurniar(r'Hi-K D. I. C. h i an absolute cf ii;eV'--'"''fti - Hill' P 1 le ture fur I ItvL A 'Irunkcnnees , ." f Ol Ol'lUIil, r aad irrtfsi.-la- far orncrert f You wltl cured if Toiiuf Hop Bitters weal: and low sjunt. .1, t - it i It may taveyour life. It has saved hun tobacco, wf us f imroulica. 9 BoMl.Tdniir- i NFVtR iS'Trul,: ! r- It i hup ErrrcBa Fj i;,niLiKo.le:T. H dreds. , C! T.nt..rt. H fpuirr.'fi ? CP-a t.il .;.. ? DAViD.LANDHSTH SrSCKS. PlIilA marSTlNWASfON in ROBINSON WAGON CO. MANl PAi i-KUERfl OP FARM& Wwmw SPRING If OilS BUGGIES & PHAETONS. W'K OFFER OUR Standard Trade Vehicl TO TOE TRADE. Work that has an established ropntation, and that can lie handled with satiffaclion, both to buyer and pW1t. Send for depiyne and prices to H.C. WRICHT, North High Sr., IHUshoro, Ohio, declirl Au't'iu for liich land Co., ( 8. M. PETTINttILL aiid Co., 10 State Street Dostou, T7 I'arR Koe, ew ork, and OIChoMnu Street,;Philaiicipuia, are authorixed A-cnia for pro Curing advertisemeuui for tlie News in the abor citias, and authorized In sntn(ct for s.Tprtipiinfi dtrr lowest raitt.1. TfPI n Ymirncivi'S Iit niuUmp money when a III 1,1 ijoidfii cl-.auce offered, threbr al ways keepimr poverty Irom yonr door. Those who take adTamae of the K-Jd chances for making money that are offered, jreneraily become wealthy, wtiiio thuse who do not improve such chances, remain in poverty. We want many men, wo-neu, bos and girl? to work for us right iu their own Jocfciitiw. The buine? will pay more than en time." ordinary waces. We furnish an expensive outfit, and aii thai you need, free. No one who erira'B fails to make money rapidly. You can devote your whole time to ttie work, or only your spire moinents. Full information and all that is needed sent frev. Address dec23vl St is son & Co.. Portland. Maine. fJV)K SALE A Now Cabinet Lathe, larje siwi, . suitable fur Cabinet-M-akers, Carpenters vc Chair-Makers. Made by Ephraim Brown, LoweU, Mass. A Mav'liine .Shop, ( arpeuter Siiop snd Turner .Shop,-al! tn one, on vhee,s. A Pn!ent Fret Saw, Circular mw, Borinir, Drilling, Polishing, (jrindins: and Screw-ciutiuc Machine, combin ed. lti'LMiiar Manufacturer"? price, $45. Will be sold for $.t cash. Apply at this Office. 6tf & y Outfit sent tree to those who wish to encase inlhemot pleasant and profitable business V known. Kverythiug new. Capital Dot re quired. We will furnish you everything free. $10 a day and npwards is easily made without staying away from home over night. No risk whatever. Mauy new workers waiitd at once. Many are making fortunes at the business. Lathes make a much as men, and voting boys and girls ni::ko ffrwat pay. No one w'ho h willing to work fail to n;aive more money every dsv than can te made in a week at any ordinary employment. 'J hose who engage at o:u:e u ill ft.-.l a rdmrt road to fortuiie. Aii.lr:-6 JI. IIallbtt At 'o., 1'ortltnd. Maine. 1 Ik Pt'-'.-f:;!;, Si t'-T 1. A ' f all. A ' - TSIFflRFlST1 if M f sf r?i"M l Z I ;f t? M Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Ear end Headache, Frosted Feet and Ears, and all other Pains and Aches. No Preparation on earth equals St. jAcnn 0:l a mnfe, aure, tmpie aud rAmp Exlrrti;il ltemedy A trial entails but the comjiiirativiy trilling outlay of aO (Vnta. and every on stinVrii: j with p.in cas bavu cheap and positive proof of i.j claims. liirMtfons In dareu Lanpuajea. BOLD BY ALL DETTQ GISTS AKD DEALKP.F Uf MEDICINE. A. VOGELEll tSs CO.. iialtimore, Md.t U. JVllvtrut PfPU DP Fm w d i 2 I a B W 4 3 Sam ari' 7 '') cii Pills in-.ke Nmv Kich HLumL an l wili c mpletely cane ihe blood iu tuee-irsT-frHin in titree months. Anvirrson who wiil take I pill vrr night from 1 1 i'2 weeks may h; 'e-(jred t soitmi heult'i, if puvIi ,1 t h i fig po-:in!e. S nt bv mail for b h t f- stnmns. , S. .infix sox CO., JiMon, Mass., formerly itnifr J. fvj I O ISftii 1 Li tK- l.-.-t A ;n:llyl ni? t'cjS 3inWiint fvyr lavoi'.if-j. Wi:, k:i;t a pa.r cf wiih IIXjIJIj and TOE coriphtr, in '.ntMits. It w .a ii.so knit a great vrn'ty uf Ian-:y-w k -r vh'ch t" Is a' ways a rea-'y nijpiet. Sci: 1 -:r r-zr r.rd icrr:-1 t!;r twof'fbly Jinit tinT tl.'J.Caiiiie CO. V. aSitiU: : U-U it., LoLoIa, JiUiJ. intylr.A SEATTY'S .ANS IS UM-fuI stops, ft sets bwhmi ted, only fr,.. I'mnos, $12") up. lit.-g.rree. A. dress BEATTY, Wash- Iligton, fi. J ti2ylkA ti I I A TRUE-TONiC- A PEHFECT STRENDTHENER . A SURE REVIVCR.i IRON liTTTEKS are l:i-.h!y rc-i.-ommeiKit'J for all discasos ro quirin; a ccrttiin utiil efficient tonic ;' espedaily htdinesHon, 1 hrprpsia, laUr miVmt T'tver.', Yt:nl of Appetite, Lvss of Streni,ik, Lack (if Fncrijy, i'.c l-airtctu-a the bh'!l,trcn!rt!iciis the muscles, and gives new life to '.he nerves. They art like :i charm on the digestive orar.?, removing all dyspeptic symptor.ui, mich as 2't.W-t' the Food. lidehinn, Uit in the Stomach, Heartburn, (. Tlie only Iron I'repa ration that will not blacken the teeth or give headache. Hold by all drngtrists. Write for tho ACC Uook, S2 of Ufc-fdl aad arnusinp readin? sent frze. BUOY'S CIIEMICUj CO., Baltimore, Md. ATTEWTION, THAT MR. AND MRS. M. R. ORR'S Fall Of Fashionable Millinery, -WILL TAKE PLACE- On FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Oct. 14 and 15, 1881. WIIENT THEY WILL EXHIBIT THE FINEST STOCK OF Fall and Vinter Hats, Bonnets, Ribbons, Cloaks, &c. EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET. THE LADIES of Hillbboro nnd vicinity are cordially invited to call and examine our Goods, wlikth will bo fonnd to include all tlie Latest Novelties our line, and at prices to suit all classes. No trouble to show goods. 6S-IJE1IEMBER THE PLACE MASONIC TEMPLE, BIGH ST Hillsbc.ro, Oct. (J, 1SS1. octGm3 v y T. T. IIAYDOCK Has tbe iargcKt Rii'lwoM complete v.oika for tie manafacture of Carrwges IN THE WORLD. BuIna for tlie trade a specialty. Corner of Plum and Twelfth Streets, OIITOIIiriTATI, o Glasscock & Quinn, Hillsbcro, Agents for Highland County, ohio Opening! ri KfXLI.Si:ORt VII, Oil H. I THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1381. j Subscripton Terms, i WJail Subscribers Postage Free- ai:iKlecp , uDc vear i " S numthfl 1 00 ti monttLH "fi " 4 montlis &0 3 montha 40 EJSPiivmeiit iiAnriahlv in advance. No tanef sent 'y maii iu;,cr Uian '.tie time paid for.j i l&Au extra copy will he sent ;:ratif, lor every clunot iu t-tihHcnbert ht the above rates. iTiie u!oe rates inciude pontU'it1 prepaid at tMeofiice on all papers sent to subscribers outeide u; liiL'hlund county. C t' SahscriberB who receive their papers jp with an X marked opposite their naue, t either on ihe margin of the paper or on g ii ft the ouuide wrapper, will understand that the term of subscription paidtr bus expired. Ali postmasters are authorised to act as Afeents for the Kiews, to receive and forward sub scriptions. Man subscribers whose time has expired Can renew their subscriptions conveniently by nanaing the mouey to their postmaster. Town and Hillsboro P. O. Sub senbers. tTo Subscribers m Hillsooro and vicinity, the "bws win be promptly delivered by Carrier, or at the Post Office or oiflce of publication, on the fol lowing terms: In advance, or within 1 mouth $1 50 At the end of 6 mouths 1 75 At the end of the year 9 00 An advance pay men t preferred in ail cases. Sttbscrilwrs wilt be no'.ifled of the expiration of their time by a cro& on their papers, or by bills enclosed. N. II. We do not discontinue papers sent to Town Subscribers unless specially ordered to do bo, iitil all arrearages are paid, as a fenarai rule. A faUure to order a discontinuance is considered as equivalent to ordering the paper continued. ADVERTISING RATES. I w.3 TV. i w.'S ra. X iach....$u m 1 ooi 1 J5 1 7S 1 i;:ch 1 aul 3 00 3 So 3 S i holies.... 3 00 3 75 i 4 00 6 .ill i m.ll y r 3 i:. 5 00 S 00 1 0 60:'it0 9 00I1S00 3 inch'....S 00. 4 75 5 SO: TOO! 9 00 li 00 IP 00 4 inched 3 50! S Svi 6 50 S 50 U 50 14 OU SS 00 5 nci.es.... 4 0.)! 7 00 1 00 10 00 U 00 100 2i 00 V CJ1 5 Vi S 5010 00 12 ,":0 16 00 40 00,30 00 S "' 7 00 10 00 11 50' 15 00 IS 00 z: 00.40 00 S '-ol i 40.130IM4 00 17 "0 20 90 S3 CO ;,0 00 t ! 1" 00:1 1 00 20 10,30 00 M 00 . '.0 00 i SO 00 rue alnne rcmie of price is for ordinary aii:,;!c coiurr.i. ilieplay advertising. Solid LeKal, Otlicia: and Tabular advertisements will be charged at the legal rate for apace occupied. Kule and Fieurc work 50 per cent, extra. Special Notices, advertisement ia other !han iujie column measure, and those Ln a prepcrlbed locution, 2. per cent additional. Loom. Notice? 10 centa per line for first, and 5 cent? per n:i( for each additional insertion. Cards in BnPins? Directory One inch, 1 year $10: 6 months, 5: 3 months, t3. One-half inch year, $5 oo; 9 mos. 3 mop. 52. "Wants," "For Saie," "For Rent," "Lost," "Found,"' etc., in "Cheap Cash Corner," onr-knlfl cem pur xcora, eacn insertion, jiayaoie strictly in n:ivancp. Obituart Notices totherthan simple announce. ments of deaths.) Tributes of Respect. Cards of Thanks, an.i annonncpmcnr. hy Societies one-halt ernt"-r irc.-t:, payable strictly in advance, and when sent tiv malt, the money must accomttanv them in f.11 c:ises. Notices of Marriatres, Births and Deaths when furnished by properauthority tree. ttEChment, Divorce, Administrators'aud Execa tors' Noi ices, must be Daid for before insertion as also FV.reiirn and Transient Advertising: gener al r. PRESIDENT ARTHUR'S POLICY Thus fir, the signs are all favor- a!it. that tho poticv of PresiJent Arlhiir will tno(, tag approval of the Pfrfi tt mass 01 tua U"pualicau pnrty and (iio penplo. Ha is moving ahead eviti'Misiy, keeping bis own counsel, .-i 1 showing a commendable desire to discourage nil faction) in the Re publican pirty, and as far as possible, heal all dissensions in its ranks. Recent letters from Washington state that the President has declared his intentien to mke no removals from ofii-e rxcept for good euU8e( sucih 31 iiicompi'ter.cy of the present incuT.ii-nt. It. i? related tlist one of the IV'ti leut's iiitiuinl.o friends, and a t-Uiwart'1 of the most pro nuancd typp, recently asked him for au appointment. The President inquired if ther was any charges ag-tint the ofBcer now holdinn; the place. Tho reply -was in the nega tive, The President then inquired how soon the officer's time would ex pire. The reply ws, "not for a year or more''. "Then,'' naid the Presi dent, "ootue to me again, about a month before his time is out, and I will consider your application." It is also stated that some Ken tucky gentlemon recently visited Washington, to ak the President to remote certain postmasters in that State, nd appoint thir successors. Th President abked if there were any complaints against their official conduct Being answered that there were note, but that the applicants for their places were staunch sup porters of Gen. Grnt at Chicago, ths Fresidont replied that he did not conider that any special reason for their appointmeut. WTe trust ths President will con tinue in thia wise stud prudent course, and that his adminietration will agreeably disappoint those who fear ed he might pursue a different policy. The Cincinnati Gazette Buys: "It is our belief that the policy of President Arthur that would best pletise the great mass of those who elected him would be that which would disappoint the extreme men of nil factions. These people do not want Grantism or anti-Grantism, or Bluinbisin, bet they want Republican ism in its higher and purer sense, with that progress in the direction of thosM reforms in the public service for which there is itn almost univer sal demand. In this field President Arthur may most distinguish himself, and thereby become a leader that all factions will tie glad to follow.'' While President Ells, of tho Com mercial National Bank of Cleveland, was sitting in his office, Saturday, after cutting the coupons from a lot of bonds, an acquaintance cams in and engaged his attention for a few minutes. When the officer again turned to his desk he found the box in which he had placed the bonds missing. The value of the bonds, moatly railroad, foots up 11G,000. It was the clever work of some Bntak, who, however, will not be able to realize anything on his plunder. o Having been troubled with a very had Coiitih for about two yearn: and bavin; tried nlmost every couyh mixture that was ever made, I have found none that Iihi niveii me such t;reat relief as Dr. Bull'i Cough Syrup, and I earnestly recommend it to all afflicted. Denj. F. Duogan, 1-1 Parkl'l.N. Y. declo in ol on by ed er to av were by fails that are still He dent say are the of blood tud and for rich I No ' An unprecedented scene was ex hibited on the 29th of Novtmber, in placing- of Gniteau, whose sole defense is insanity, upon the witness staDd to testify in his own bshaif. "I havo never heard," said a dis tinguished counselor, "of placing a murderer, alleged to be insane, on the witness stand to testify in his own behalf, until Mr. Scoville pro posed it to-day." Nevwtbsless, this is one of the abnurdly interesting features in a trial which is its self unprecedented in the annals of crime. We are not one of those who join in the hue and cry against the Court in which tho assassin is on trial. Judge Cox, has done noth ing, so far as we know, to forfeit his right to the reputation he has hith erto borne for ability and fair-mindedness. But in the extreme caution he uses, lest through public clamor he may do wrong to a criminal, even as miserable as Guiteau, ho permits d-iily a spectable in tho Court room which makes the blood of men, worn en and children throughout the country boil with indignation, and the people of foreign contries stand agapo with wonder atour administra tion of justice. Dr. Kennedy Would have it understood that, while he is engaged in the introduction of his medi cine, r avonte rkctneuy, he still contin ues the practice of his profession, but con fines himself exclusive. y to 0jn.ee practici. lie treats all diseases and performs all the minor and capital operations of Surtry. Parties living at a distance, (except in surgical cases,) by sending a statement of their case, can be treated at home. Ad dress, Dr. D. Kennedy, Kendout, N. Y. decl5wL'DAco The generosity of the newspapers in gratuitously advertising the death rattle Insurance Company of Penn sylvania, seems likely to result in the annihilation of the business. Organ ized on a less extensive plan than were the echemes of John Law of iSouth Sea Bubble memory, thoir fall will be the signl for the sorrow ing of almost as many victims. The Attorney-General of tho State has sued the wretched organization in a lump. He charges that forgeries had become commonplace, and he pur poses pressing the a.uit. If he Strang the frauds, the young companies Indiana and Ohio wiil, no doubt. havo occasion to-put out the sign. 'Tor rent. ' The highest ho. ijVj2jd ititerent of tlie race rest on the piit.y, health nnd strength womanhood. We take pleasure in re erring our readers to the remarkable effi cacy ot L.ydta h, lirkhams Vegetable Compound in all that class of diseases from which wsmsn suffer so much. dec8w2 The London Times on Guiteau The London Times, commenting the trial of Guiteau, says: "Tho admiration and sympathy for the il lustrious victim excited in Europe President Garfield's death, are too creat to admit of much concern tboutthe motives and conduct of the otiminal. Iu America, us in Great Britain, soma amendment in the conduct of criminal trials seems call for. The American nation neith desires to sacrifice a lunatic, nor be so facile in the accepUnce of counterfeit evidence of disease as to encourage wan-ton assassination.'' for Millions Given Away Millions of Bottles of Dr. King's Nw Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have been given away as Trial Bot tles of the large size. This enormous out- would be disastrous to the proprietors, it not for the rare merits possessed this wonderful medicine. Call at Sey bert & Co.'s drug store, and get a trial hot tlerce. and try for yourself. It never to cure. decl5tnolchw The Cape Cost Castle reports tho King of Ashanlce killed 200 young girls for the purpose of using their bloodfor mixing mortar for the repair one of the State buildings. The report of the massacre was received from a refugee chosen as one of the victims. Such wholesale massacres known to ba the custom, with the king. President Arthur believes that "a tongue makes a wise haad." is even more silent than Presi Grant, as to his plans and pur poses, and his most intimate friends tuat tie will not tea them, wuo to be Lis Uabinet, or wiiat he intends to say in his message. He keeps his own counsel, and tarns cold shoulder to the great army office seekera. Pt'.rg.i out tlie morbid humors of the bv a dose or two of Ayer's Pills, vou will have clearer heads as well us healthier bodies. Work on the tunnel under Hudson River is going on very satisfactorily, the headings from the New Jersey shore are advancing at the rate of about three feet a day. The heroic treatment they have defaulting bankers in Caldwell, Kansas, might be adopted with rea sonably fair results elsewhere. Cin. Enquier. The country will be very tired of experts in the case of the horrible murderer whose antics at Washing ton have shocked mankind. A large percentage of the experts are them selves cranks in a mild form. Cin. Commercial. Indulgent parents who allow their chil dren to eat heartily of hi'di-seasond food, pies, cakes, &c, will have to use Hop Bitters to prevent indigestion sleepless nights, sickness, pain, and, perhaps, death. family ig safe without them in the house. declow2 G7,-92'J on I day the ed is for ses He to 500 put of T! well in Cot Polygamy in Utah is to be onoi of the interesting questions which j will engage the attention of the ; new Congress. Clerk Adams, cf! the House of Represenativsa, has enrolled the name of Cannon as ! delegate from Utah, although he ! does not hold the Governor's cer- j tificate and has been declared by Chief Justice Hunter to be intligi ble. Campbell, who holds the cer- tificate, is going to try through the courts Adams of the District , ,1 tO Compel I to recognize Lis claims. Mr. Colfax, in a note to the In dianapolis Times approving its pos ition on the woman suffrage ques tion, says: "Since I left public life I have examined both sides of the woman suffrage question coolly and impar tially and have made up my mind that it must come and ought to come, perhaps by degrees, but sure ly. WThiIe it will not make much difference politically, it cannot fail to promote all reformatory and hu manitarian movements.'' To all of which we say, "Anften'' and are ready to see the ballot plac ed in the hands of woman, when ever she is ready to demand it es pecially on all questions where ed ucation and temperance are concern ed. ' j Never Give Up. If you are suffering with low and de pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general debility, disordered blood, weak constitu tion, headache, or any disease of a bilious nature, by ail means procure a bottle of Electric Bitters. You will bs surprised see the rapid improvement that will fol low; you will be inspired with new life 8trengiu ana activity will return ; pain ana misery will cease, and henceforth you will rejoice in the praise of Electric Bitters. Sold at fifty cents a bottle, by beyoert 4. Co, declotnolichw Andrew J. luce, an insane man has through his guardian, begun suit against three shoe manufac turers, of Lynn, Mass., for .?25,000 damages, for the use of the steel shank for shoes, the plaintiff claim ing the ownership of the patent. The depositers of the Mechanics Bank of Newark, N. J., it is under stooa, nave determined tc prose cute the Directors, and employed Eerj. F. Butler and Roger A. Pry cr as counsel. No man knows what a ministering angel Lis wife is until he comes home one day suffering with n dreadful Cold, and she happens to havo a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in the house. declo About 8,000 miles of new rail way will be built within the present Ihis is the largest mileage constructed in any one year except ing that of 1871. The board of trustees of the Ath ens Asylum at their recent annual meeting appointed Mrs. Agnes M Johnson assistant physician. Mrs Johnson has practiced medicine in z.ano8viiie tor a number of years past. But a single member of the fa rnous "Spartan Dana of twenty- eight" which voted early and late Conkling's return to the Senate, re-elected to .the Naw York Legislature. During the month of October, foreign immigrants arrived the American shores. The last year has been unparalleled for its immigration. is to ot Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt .Rheum, Fever fcorei, letter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all kinds of Skin Eruptions. his Salve is guaranteed to eive perfect satisfaction in every case or money refttnd- i'nee i. Lents per Box. tor Sale bv M,lii,i;i SLU. nov 17yl An attompt was made last Mon week to murder the Italian Premier, while ha was speaking in Chamber of Deputies. There were 13 colored men elect to seats in the Virginia Legis lature at the recent election. Thi3 salt on the sore of old Bourbons. All the heirs of Moses Rogers, stand up. There are $14,000,000 you in Pennsylvania. This Mo lived near Evansvilla, Ind. The King of Dahomey is raising a racket on tho west coast of Africa. has made a raid upon the towns seoure victims for the great an nual sacrifice. The report from Mecca is that people are dying daily from cholera. All American towns should on their cleanest habiliments. It is' understood that tbe King and Ciueen of Italy will visit the Emperor Germany early in the spring. "By Gawd, sir, I will leave the State if Readjusters get in power." Ta! Fredericksburg (Va.) Re corder. Judge Taft, of Cincinnati, is among the possibilities for Attor-nsy-Genaral. of are tell of is had of few the die of the no on the of that was she over most Out of Sorts Many persons complain of not feeling ; and, though not absolutely sick or pain, are perpetually in a Btate of dis comfort caused by tho digestive organs properly performing their work. To correct the disordered condition of the stomach and restore health, take a half spoonful of Simmons Liver Regulator af ter each meal. Try this purely vegetable cathartic, touio and alterative, and it will convince you that no one can take it and remain long unwell. she she and clear Edwin Forrest and White Cloud. Manv years at:o. while Edwin Forrest was playing tin engagement iu a West ern theater. White Cloud and a number of other Indian chiefs were on their ro- tnrn from Washington, Stopping in 1110 lown over nint, iney were conaucc ed to the theater to see the great Amer ican tragedian. Mr. Forrest wiw then in the prime of lif, his voice being up to the maximum of a s'entor. Tho play on that evening was "Metamora," which is now in 1 lie possession of John McC'ulimigli. While Cloud and his band of warriors were accommodated wit1' se:U3 a si:i!rc-box. Tho theater uiuiuiu.i ;i;m 1:. was very evtiieut. .1,.,, ,1. nm1it.iwwr.i-o myI.oj (a anxious servo what eti'ec tlie performance would have on the simon-pure children of the forest. The play proceeded, and al though the Indians could not under stand a single word that was said, yet they appeared to be much interested, occasionally giving to ono anothor a satisfactory grunt. After a while they became rather uneasy, which seemed to be simultaneous among them ad. This was more apparent when the Indian. war-whoop cam:? from bemud tho scenes. The eves of ihe audience were upon White Cloud, who two or three times grasped the tomahawk in his belt. The other warriors ilid so likewise. Tho party were getting more excited as tho play proceeded. They looked at each other with anxiety. Their eyes indexed the fact that their "souls were in arms." Presently Met miora with tit-lifted toma hawk, rushed upon the stage, aad when he gave thai war-whoop, which none but a Forr-st could do, the In dians could remain in their seats no longer. Forre-t gave a second and a shrill whoop, whereupon Whit-; Cloud and his band, joining in full chorus, sprang upon the stage, and brandish ing their tomahawks and glittering knives, rushed toward Metamora. For rest was dumbfounded ft.r a moment, but he soon took iu the situation, and, finding that th real Indians were on his side, ready to do or die in his behalf. he felt that he hail achieved one of his greatest triumphs in tho profession he so much loved during his eventful life. In detailing this anecdoto Forrest said that he was not really aware that he was using an axact " whoop" for rein forcements, but the wild Indians under stood it and responded as followers of Metamora. The house was thrown into the wildest excitement, which soon cooled down, with tho general belief that it was the best performance and most effective rendition of tho Indian play ever made by the distinguished actor. Sau Francisco Vanity Fair. a a. . j , I j ! i ' I Her Daughter's Story. "My mother, residing at Stamford, Conn., is 83 years of age, and for fonr years has sutlered from Kheumatism ; so much so that she was unable to move about the house. A lady friend induced her to try your "Favorite Remedy." She did srj and found great relief." The above a quotation from a late letter addresied Dr. David Kennedy, Kondout, N. 1. "Kennedy's Favorite Remedy" not only cures Rheumatism, but is the popular specitie for all diseases of the blood and the ills incident to females. dec!5w2DACO Incident of the Forest Fires. Tho sc- ne was more terrible than auytldug often known, says a letter from the burned district in Michigan. The wind increased so as in some places to destroy buildings and actually take people off their feet, and tho-e who saw it describe tho rush of the conflagration as a hurricane of flame, and say that the very air seem'd to be lire. At the village of Ii -sd Ax, where tlie Huron county buildings were, it began to grow dark in the forenoon from the smoke, and in a few hours the pitchy blackness was like that of a cellar, so that it was impossible to see a foot. It was known that there were lires three miles south, but there was no th .tn uanger until suit leniy tliere came a lurid glare, the flame and wind imme diately followed, and in thirty minutes nity-tlirec ol tlie nttv-hve buildings in the placo were in ashes. The Court House was of brick, covered with slate. and there people went for protection. Tho building escaped destruction and those within it was saved, although they sutlered tsadlv from heat, lhere were lives lost here but that was excep tional good fortune. Reports from some places aro too horriblo to read. Xum- bers of peopie, flying from dangers, were overtaken, and died iu the roads. some perished miserably in wells and other places where they had sought safety, and in the terrible time a few women were taken with the pains of cuilduirtli. Jiverywnero it 13 a sicken ing story of suffering and of roasting human flesh in every conceivable way. soma places the heat waa almost in credibly intense, and tho smoke was everywhere unendurable and caused many deaths by suffocation. Tho work destruction was very uneven. Somo towns in the district eseane l with a loss which seems trilling, while in others apparently no more exposed there are a few scattering buildings left. Tho same was true of the villages, some strangely escaping, while others wcro strangely destroyed, lu somo fields the grass roots, and it is said the soil itself burned so that it is impossible to whether the land was plowed or while iu others near at hand crops grain are left in the shock untouched. A remarkable thing in the calamity tho presence of mind that was every where shown. Tho people were accus tomed to danger by tire, many of them been through the similar experience 1872, and there were fewer Lves lost than might havo been expected. There seems to have been but little panic and threw their lives away. Nearly all sought to preserve themsolves and pro perty intelligently, to have done about best that was possible, and very much better than could havo been ex pected. Domestic animals and fowls nearly all perished, and it is noted that they died in groups, each with las kind rarely did cows, horses or chickens alone, but all sought the compan ionship of their kind. Great numbers birds and insects took their wav to lake, and, overcome by tho smoke, doubt, died and were found floating tho surface. a-bilin' it, If he too Ho as a run has bo ten The Smallest Woman In the World. Lucia Zarate, the smallest woman in world, was born in Mexico. Her parents woro peons that is to say half breeds. When born sho was tho size a rat. It was supposouthat sho was dead, and she was put in a little box happened to be in the room. Soon, however, she began to scream. Sho then taken out of her box, and, ex cept that she was wondrously small, soon played and ran about like any other child. This is what tho weekly Arizona Aliner says, but wo can lay that. Bologna Sausagini, the smallest woman in tho world, born in tho city of London. Her lareuts were both over eight feet high. When born sho was no bigger than a humming-bird's egg, and weighed one ounce, bho was put in a pm-box, but soon squealed the lid off, and now is 14 years old, weighs 210 pounds, can kick a cat off the doorstep across tho street. Them's tho kinder sort of wimmi.-n this journal writes up. San Frunciscc Ye;cs Let ter. for the the It's that old did Imprisoned For Debt. "What! can a man bo imprisoned for debt in this State?" "Yes, sir; he can for ono kind of debt; that is what tho lawyers call a tortious obligation." "How is that?" "Well, take tho caso just called be ! foro Judgo Cameron, for instance: Math Xowak, of tho town of Washing- ton, living on what is called Bohemian Ridge, thought that his neighbor, Mi chael Schendol, had built his fence on the highway, and deputized himself to tear it down. Schendel had him arrest ' ed on a civil warrant and brought be- foro Justice Stein!ein, when a judg : ment was obtained against him of 60 cent3 and costs of suit, amounting in all to 14.69. Nowak ref used to pay it. thereby throwing tho responsibility on tho plaintiff Schendel. That consti tutes a tortious debt." "Well, how did it come out?" "As soon as it was known that No wak had made up his mind to evade payment, a warrant was issued for his arrest, and placed in the hands of Con stable Scott, who made several attempts to arrest him; but whenever he came in sight of his house, Xowak would get wind of his approach and take to the woods. It afterwards appeared that his girl was on watch and gave her father the signal sign of danger by waying a large red handkerchief in a casual manner, at the same time talk ing to an officer, and pointed out the exact part of ihe farm on which Xowak was working. Scott linal'y succeeded in arresting him very early in the morning, and brought him into town and locked him up." "Then did he pay?" "Pay? Xo. He said ho couldn't pay." What good did it do to lock him up men." "None whatever. All the time he wa3 in jail Schendel had to pay his board at the rato of $3.50 a week," be sides paying tne additional costs which have accumulated since the Stemlein judgment." "How did Xowak cret out of iail? understand you to say that ho was re leased to-uay. ' "After a man has been in jail ten days he can plead the poor man's act. iu.iko out a:i allidavit that he has no personal property, and can't pay. Ho is then brought before the proper tri- Dunai. .so wait was brought rjelore Judge Cameron and released, upon his aiuoavit.- "What is tho entire bill now?" "Something like $o0, and Schendel must pay every cent of it, except the satisfaction of keeping X'owak in jail thirteen days." La Crosse Repub lican. Esthetics on the Billows. They were an ntter too utter crowd and right back of them sat a big, flat footed chap on his way to the lumber camps. "I think this lake breeze is quite too exhilarating for -anything." observed a young man who ato dinner with green kids on. "I've got something that beats that all holler," chipped in the big man. 'They filled the bottle right rip for a quarter. I don't want to buck agin tho fialoon on board, but if you say you've got cramps, vou shall have a pull at it," If green kids had 'em he wouldn't own it, and to cover his embarrassment another of the party, with eye-glasses and a white neek-tie, remarked: "Roll on, thou troubled waters, roll." "Oh, you'll git roll enough before you git across Saginaw Bay," remarked the big man. "Time this breeze has been blowing an hour you'll feel like an old dish-rag hung up to scare tho crows away." White neck-tie gave him a killing stare, hut it glanced ott, and one of tlie ladies said: "He struggled bravely with tho storm-lashed ea." "Who was that, ma'am? P'raps you mean my old pard. Yes, he struggled bravely, and if thi3ohl lake wasn't jist then I don't want a cent. Jim was a good swimmer, but ho had to cave at last." The whole group gave him a looking over, but he was shot-proof, and, turn ing to Green Kids, ho asked: "Think you could save yourself if this boat went dovnr Xo answer. "Yer possibly might," continued tho man. "I went down off that pint above us about ten years ago, and got through but it was a powerful tight squeak. I'd had on ono o' them shirts as but ton behind I'd been a goner. What's tlie style o' yours, my son?" They rose up as one, locked arms and passed into the cabin, and tho big man looked after them and whistled: "Maybo they hain't used to traveling fust-class and being polite to strangers! But I'll forgive 'em. Lands! but won't the starch begin to peel off as soon as wo slide around the pint and git to feel theea! Yum! yum! But it will be too enthusiastically billowy for any thing !" Detroit Free-Fj ess. V N ia A Busy Man. A Milwaukee man. while in Chicago recently, sent a bouquet of llowers to a relative in a Wisconsin town, and when heard from them they had arrived four days after being shipped, wilted and dead. Ha was mad, and in talk ing it over with a railroad man the rail roader said: "You must not expect much of an express agent. Xow, that bouquet had to pass Junction, and I know tho express agent there. is the depot agent, express agent, keeps a restaurant, is postmaster, acts switchman, holps unload freight- checks baggage, keeps a store, works a team on the road, drives passengers to adjoining towns, is sexton in a church, bins country produce, keeps the hay scales, runs the caucuses of both polit ical parties, goes out shooting chickens with hunters, keeps a pool table, has a mill for grinding sugar-eane, and runs hop-yard, besides helping his wife a millinery store. Xow a man that as much business as that ought to excused for letting a bouquet re main in the express office a week or days." The man who sent tho bou quet of flowers said, come to think of they were mighty lucky to get the at all, and ho would apoiogizo any words he might have spoken in heat of debate. "What the country wants is a diversity of industries. Feck's Sun. This is the season when tho newspa per man's trowsers bag at tho knee, bagging is occasioned by stead' at tendance upon religious services. We like a man with lots of temper. the man who gets out of tempor wo don't like. When Jeremiah Mason, tho eminent lawyer, was near his .md, he heard his daughter speaking. He roused up and inquired, "Mary, what did you say?" "Xothiug, papa," she replied. The spirit of tho examiner woko in him, and ho said: "Mary, what words you use to say nothing?" It was not bad in tho foreman of the composing room who placed tlie funny items under tht head of "amusement notes. and and the 3 a A Ti The The 3. Jnut Oa If, Just But Ad Ml! Ml! A Valuable Book to Every Subscribe The tkwsjor 1881 ! TIi'S HOME GUIDE, on A Rook by 500 Ladies, la tMtitle ot volume of 60 pa ge, beauti fully bound in cloth, coio.-acii. ajoat l.OOO Xlooipos COOKERY, THE HOl'SEIK LP THE TOILET. THE SICK ROOM, Err Practical Recipes and Hints Coritnbnted by over .-) ii.!ie3. 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