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OF. HILLSBOROUGH, OHIO. CAPITAL SI 00,000 SURPLUS 25,000 Directors. WILLIAM SCOTT. KLIAS OVERMAN, V.H. URKCili, J. J. PCGSLEY, K. I. Bl'MOAUMK, JOHN L. WEST, C. M. OVERMAN. Officers. C. M. OVERMAN, President. WILLI AM sroTT, Vice-President. O. S. 1'UICE, Cashier. Does a General Banking and Exehange Business. k gigMiuul Slavs. iniXAiioitai gii. oino. Thursday, December is, i88i TOWN AND COUNTRY. TOWN AND COUNTRY. A. HARMAN,-----LOCAL EDITOR. "Silent be, it wss the 01." The uighlaud Commandery miets Thursday night next. Mr. John Quinn, of this city, spent last 8bbitn in Chlliico be Col. Maynard, of Wiuliitiftuii C. If., is i i this city, u leal business. Hon, II. L. Dickey, of Gecenfield, w.is here on Court business to-day, (Tuesday.) Mr. Joseph S. Cociiran, of Cochran Sta tion, has returned from a visit of several weeks to Hot Springs, Ark. Messrs. Sloane and Newby were the re oipients of a Dew rc and burglar-proof aifelast week for their office. Misses Mattie YanCleve and Morning Johnston went to Cincinnati Monday, to attend the Gerster-Carry conrert. Zurich Bros., publishers of the Fashion Quarterly, X. York, have our thanks for a copy of the Musical Alburn for Decern ber. Messrs.;Irwin, Jlsckeriy aud Eckman, were over from Greenfield to-day (Tues day), on law business. Judge James H. Thompson was sub poenaed in a case iu the Brown County Common Pleas Court last week, and was detained until to-day. Miss Annie Patterson, of Eat Main St., started Monday morning iat for Rich mond, Ky., whera she w ill visit her friend, Miss Bennett. Messrs. Stewart aud Woodward, Receiv er ol the M. and C. H. R... were in this city last week, on a general tour of in spection of the roud. for of Judge Steel went to Baltimore last week to take depositions in a land case. Judge Huggins, who was to have gone, was de tained at home on account of sickness. Cooper A Conard s Shopping Guide to Useful and Ornamental Presents, will aid ereatly in selecting l.olid.iv gifts. Sent free ou application to Cooper & Conard Philadelphia. Judge Huggini Las keen sick for several days, but is sow better. He "w as prevent ed from taking a trip ts Baltimore last week by his illness. It is now, "His Honor, Judge Hart." Ou Mondny, by agreement of counsel d request of Judge Thompson, Governor Hart aat u Judge of the Ominiwu Pless Court, in the trial of Claggett vs. Chburu. Halt aud see the enlarged News, before you subscribe for any other county paper for 1SS2. Printed on new tvpe, and the largest paper in this Congressional dis trict. Subscribe at once. XT' T i r -i i .buss iua aiccov, oi cuilticoiue, a vis itor for two weeks of her aunt, Mrs. Erskine Carson, of South High street, left this morning (Tuesday) for a visit in Cincinnati, prior to her return home. I he preliminary examination of Caleb etnon, charged with si.ooting wi;h intent to kill the bjy, Frank Yi md j, Nov. 'Jlst which wan set for hearing before the jus tice on Wednesday la.st, hua been contin ued to Deo. 21st. Mr. David Stewart, formerly a Lieu tenant in the U. S. Xavy, and a frequent visitor in this city, made a call of two days on his sister, Mrs. II. C. Glascock, last week. Mr. Stewart is at present in busi ness at Kansas City, Mo. In the social world, nothing has occurr ed during the year more enjoyable than the old-fashioned "tafTy puiling" at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph pjchards, in the West End.'last Friday night. The aSair was impromptu, but was largely attended and thorough! enjoyed. et ing to Ole, away, into groin, being work ence the served aud" will toys will lorelv. adics the at tion! All The second Assembly Dance, in the ser ies of seven, was held at the parlors in the Bowers building on West Maiu Street, last Thursday night. The parlors were filled with married and unmarried people who enjoyed themselves thoroughly ami dispersed at a seasonable hour. We recently printed the Record in the ease of Clark vs. Bruce, now pending in the Supreme Court of Ohio, C. II. Collins Attorney for plaintiff, Matthews ,t ling, gias for defendant. We und;stand the case cannot be beard for at leaht two years, owing to the ciowded condition of the docket. Detective Ed. Dinei aad Marshal Harris, of GreenfLld, were paid tin sum of $o()0 by the Ross County Commissioners last week, for the det. ctbm and arrest of Ross, the murderer of BahrcLburt, who pleaded guilty to murder in the second degree and was sentenced to the Peniten tiary for life. It is to be hoped that, wiih the action tak en by the City Council last week, we will be abie to push the matter of establish ing a Work House. There is noihiiig needed more just now than some more effective means to punish violators of the city ordinances. Councilman Ilaller, who has the matter in charge", is giving it his serious attention and w ill report ere long, "Spoopendyke" is the title of a volume of He, pages, in paper covers, price Ho cents, containing a collection of the most amusing articles of the "funny mau" of the Brooklyn Eagle, Mr. Stanley Hunt ley, which Lave attained a wide circula tion and popularity. Sent post-paid on receipt of price, by W. B. Smith & Co. publishers, 27 Bond street, X. Y'erk. A large number of ladies and gentle men of this cily expect to attend the 'Messiah", to be rendered at the College of Music in Cincinnati on the 28th. This will be a brilliant musical event. Ad elina Patti, unquestionably the greatest singer of the age, v.itn Carey, Whitney and other soloists, will be supported by a grand chorus of COO voices and Theo dore Themas's Xew York orchestra, all nnder the iuiuii of Thomas himself. T , T , y , I . r Jir liat kiifim n at Home again, for a Visit of a few days. Frank Yolint;, the colored hoy w bo Was shot, continues nn the ro?.d t-. recovery. Tu Skatiii',' Kink has suspe nded for tho present. They expect to return in about three weeks. Eev. J. TT. Klise addressed a large audi ence at Fleasallt Miil School Heme last Saturday uijht, ia reply to Iob Inertull. the great Infidel. Mr. V. W. Armstrong, of Fast Main Street, has returned from Maysville, Ky., where he was called by the serious illness of Major Murium, hia brother-in-law. If you want to buy a Christmas present, call and examine the Ladies', Gent's a ad IJoys' Slipper, at Queen City Shoe liazaar, North Hiyh Street, 3 doors south of Post Odice. For Nut and Cheap Holiday Presents, go to Mr. L:;.i r.ron u's bijou of a store in the Merchants' Hank I'ui'ding and ex- amiue tha wonderful bargains ou liar 5 I and 10 cent comitsrg. deel jw3 A Masonic lisnquet was given at Xe lenn.i on l-'iidsy night, Dec. 2d, on the occasion of iiistaliali on of ofri;ors. About l"'t) gueats were pre.-.eul. Judge Meek Kmineut Comniander of tha Hillsboro ConiHiauderv. delivered the address of the evening. A c.t.e of Assault w hcatd by Judg Gardner on Monday last in which Mr. An tony liubanks ju ccmplai uaiit and J Jenkins defendaul, bnlh of lirushcreck tp Revolvers saem to have l! jurished in th flair quite promiscuously. The Judg fined the defendant So and costs. The friends of Major Tom Mannen, of Maysville, Ky., will be pained to hear that he has had a stroke of paralysis, from which he is not likely to recover. He was slightly better at last acootints, but with little hope of permanent improve ment. Capt. Sam Amen has returned from an extended trip through Minnesota. Ne braska, Iowa and Missouri. The western people have bis inteuae admiration for their hospitality aud push ; the country its beauty and fertility, but withal the Ohio emigrant, who has not a sufficieticv feuds to ret back to the "dear old State," Las his unbounded compassion How h;esed the mau vho is born and raised in Ohio i He toilet!: and be spin neth, it is true, but "Solomon in all hii glory" was not ariayed as are the la ills and valleys of Ohio, in the imagination of her children. of are who cul boro Our air if James E. Murdoch. We learn that au effort will be made to this distinguished actor to give a Read and Recitation iu Hillsboro, early is January. We have no doubt our eitirens would be delighted to have an opportunity again bear Mr. Murdoch, who is con sidered tut greatest living elocutionist. case f Accidental Shooting. A few minutes before noon to-day. (Tuesday) Mr. Frank Stein, a bhkerin the employment of Hsynie, the High Street confectioner, after showing a new 32 csii ber pietol lie had bought to Mr. Jim Trim- and wm;c in the act oi putting it accidentally dischargid theeontcats his leg. The bIi entered about the ranging downward and, aside from very painful and keeping him from for several days, is ot small nonse- qneace. JJr. r-utphcrJ w-aa exiled in at and removed the br.ll. Later Mr. Stein is thought to be asore seriously injured than w:us at fiAt sup posed. tien and ing .Art n ne Scott. the The Japanese Bazar. Daily meeting arc now being held by ladies of trie M. E. Chnich, in prepara tion for the Bazar at Music Hail, com mencing on the 2l'J. Somehow they have succeeded iu working tin an intense en- I thusiasm on the subject. Dinner will be every day, with epicurean i-tyle I starvation prices; Japanese maidens) seductively oiler their wares ; holid iy wiil entrance the suiali bovs ; people break tbeiuselvet up, and all will I Mattie the a tary. pi-itent were On Episcopal Fair and Festival. Toe following menu is presented by the of St. Mary's Episcopal Church, for Fair and Festival to be given Ly them City Hall, Dee. i'Oth. and An by Coflee, lea. Croquette, chicken salad, egg salad. Veal loaf, hsm sandwiches, cold turkey. Sally Lnun, l'ght rolls, beat biscuit. Saratoga potatoes, scalloped potatoes. Pickla. celery, cold slaw, jelliei. Supper 30 cnts. KXTKAS. Oysters, fried, eeallcpod, Hewed. Quail, oyster patties. Cake, ice crenn. Supper from 5 until 7 o'clock. Fair will present unusual attrac in ornamental and useful trtieles. are cordially iuvited to attend. CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR EXCURSIONS ON THE M. & C. RAILROAD. Christmas is co:oin, and so is Xew Years, and the M. & C. E. E. will do its part towards making them happy. On Dec. 2tth and 2.-.t!i, and Dec. 31st and Jan. 1st, the M. & C. i!l sell excursion ekets to and fiom all etations at htlj fare. This will give everybody au oppor tunity to interview "Santa Clans" and their other friends. Cornell Proceedings. Cot'.Ncii. CilAMisKit, Dei!. .", 1SS1. Council met ia regular monthly session The Street Committee were in-iructed have the following crossings repaired: ou t lie west mu ol High Mreet at Jjeech Street, ou the sMith si.le of Walnut Street t East Street, on High Street at the idity between B. Clancy's and J. W. Spnrgar's stores, and iicrohs Mam Street at West treet. The Street Committee were instructed i have a suitable building erected at the ,ty scales on High Street, to protect the weiu'liiuastcr from tne weather. The contract for construs'.ing :i plank walk ou the south side ot West Mil . Street, was awa.dtd to J. II. Ott, at S278.0'J. An ordinance was passed authorizing the Finance Committee to borrow- money to build a pia-ik Walk on the south side of West Main Street. J. W. Pence Wus appointed a member of the Board of Health, to fill vacancy caused by the refusal of J. B. Hayes to serve. M. Buck reported weighing done en High Sireet in the month of Xovembr 3-drafts. Receipts for samo, $71.20. M. MeChire reported weighing done on coal scales, G drafts of coal for the county, and 4t drafts of stuck: receipts, i'J.10. Coal weighed fre.-, fi2 ) drafts. Bills were presented and allowed to the amount of S2).00. N. H. Ayres, Clerk. The Philadelphia Easy Hour mtiiiii ns Mr. J. A. Wanion, of 121 j N. Twelitii Mtreet. flint cite nc nn an I !i 11 si n mt in inilnr. ,.r of sti Jscoi.. oil f..r il,u .;;f l . -a I of diseases of hores. ' ' ANOTHE SMALL POX SCARE. ANOTHE SMALL POX SCARE. CASE NO 2, BUT A VERY A MILD ONE. the cn-e until Thursday. At Ibis time she A feeling of r.o s'ight alarm was canst last week by the report of another ease of smnll-pox in town. Case Xo. 1 had re covered .beautifully, as the doctors would say, and things were beginning to wear their accustomed air, mum barricades, guards, hoards of health, otc, when we awoke ou Thursday ni,iriiim' last to gaze upon the solitary yellmy Hag again on duty. The alarm rapidly subsided, however, the people haying pel b et confidence in the Hoard of Health and other anlh irilies to prevent a spread of the disease. Another thing which tended to allay their feais was the fact that the patient in this case, as in the other, was remote from the busi ness p.itt of town, aud could be easily iso lated. Tlio p-.tiei.t is a little four-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ( )-,car Gregory, who liw on Southern Avenue, near II Street. She was taken sick more than a week ng -i, but no publicity was given to pro- is thought l.v the physicaiis to be on tfc road to rc-.-overr, and the case is nouneed an unusually mild one. Juimors iiro lilt' as tithe origin of tl. present case. O.ie theory is, that the chil went too near the stable on the adjoinin lot, where one-of the pbysicians,(Dr. Hoyt) changed his clothes, after his return from the first patient. Another is, that tl good-naluied, purring "puss" of the Grc-g ory iioutienotd, alter nestling for a quiet hour's suooz:; in the infected clothes abov mentioned, returned home and present' her silky fides to be rublied, i.nd in this way communicated the loathsome couta gion. l.ut wltitovar the Ciiise, the onl thing to do is, to use tiie same admirable precautions adopted heretofore by the au thorities. lhis is being' dunu thoroughly aud well, and tlierd is no reason to fea spread of the disease. We will lay before the public any new the nature of the above, whenever the occasion arises; tielieving that candor is best iu such cases, and that if there is any real danger !o be apprehended, the public should be informed. A thousand rumors set afloat, in ilia absence of a real knowledge of the circumstances. It is a fact worthy of remark that tjiose live most remote from tho locality acaseof small-pox, are the "most panic stricken by reports. There is, es we have before said upon the authority of uiedi men, nothing to be dreaded in Hill from isolated eases of bmall-pox ctreets are wide and clear of filth; the we breathe is pure and uninfected, and aught el3 is neided, it is found in the simple process of vaccination, within the reach of everyone, and which is being resorted to, especially in the of children. -Kiloi I J. T. -Uuiliux . B, K!i I -same, - L. S. C. On Friday evening, Deo. 2d, the elegant parlors of Dr. and Mrs. II. S. Fullertoi) ere thrown open for the entertainment the Hilisk.ro C. L. S. C. Forty mem ware present snd about 20 visitors. very delightful meeting was held, thr ul.ject of conversation beiu: a continus- of Ancient Architecture'. After a e.isfr review of the preceding lesson. Byzantine, Romanesque and Gothic Art Sculpture was discussed. The read have now extended from Primitive to the Reuaiassance. At the next meeting this inGject will be taken up and continued to Art in the present century. rr. 3:.nr gave a very interesting talk .:e'.:?f in the European Cithcdrcls, nienlionin among these Melrose Abbey, ir which was the home of Sir Waiter At the close of the conversation minutes of the I ist'meeting were read. Censor, Mrs. J. F. Loyd, gave a short of her observations at the former meeting. Next in order a selection fioin Buskin, entitled "Choice Books Good Company," was well rendered by Miss Van Cleve. Mr. John M. Kav was chosen critic for next meeting. Dr. Fulletton donated handsome book lor the use of the Score Bv unanimous vote of the nieiiibeis iLe Dr. and his estimable wife made honorary niembun of iho 5 . ctety. motion of Mr. L. DetWilcr, an ex- ui of thanks, allowing our apprecia . '. o . A. i-.":ra nati, luiil-.v:!", ville. up that, i hey Mr. be tuin the opo-i of their invitation, was imdere 1 Dr. Mrs. Fullerton. invitation was extended the Circle Mrs. Dr. Van Cieva, for the nxl meeting. Adjourned. DR. D. J. STARR, Pres't BERTHA BICKLY, Sec'y A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT GREENFIELD. BABCOCK ENGINE A COMPLETE FAILURE. RESIDENCES OF DR. ANSHUTZ AND S. HEIDINGSFELD IN RUINS. Special to the News. Grfi-jTilli), O., Dea. 11, ISSt. A fire hroke out Fii Jay nignt about mid night, in the t'.ti-stoty stone rssidsn :e r Dr. G. B. Anshntzaud S. BeidiHg a-'ld, on the southwest eorner of Main aud 4th ati. and in spite of the most heroie efferts of our brave riremen aud citizens the houss, which was a double one, was entirely rie stroved, except tha walie. Msst cf the contei-ts were saved, though-Dr. Ainhuiz lost his dental chair and part of hii stouk; The firs isstiipose l to bare caught fro-j adefaolive Cue in the rear of Dr. A.'s por tion of the house. The loss will probably leach $,'5000, mostly covered by iusuranse- The i3-eicu w ere promptly ou hand, but the Bahaock enjine proved a ccaipSc'.e fruitful She iife, to ia One this '! raes of Coin which faiiute. Several accidents occurred during iho fiie, but fortunately none of a dangerous character. Means. Marks, V. F. Scot1, Dr. Anshut., nils! Xewtou BalUrd, acoun trywian, were all cut, bruised or burntd .n figlitinj the fire, but not seriously. Jli Last Call! At a meeting hell by the dt fondants io lhec:'.se of I. X. Morrow and John Balen- 1 1 lie. vs. t'.e S.oeuholders of the Patrons Supply House, in the suit to double the stock of tiie sti'.'-cribeis it was agreed in wait until SATURDAY, the 17tli day oi this mo:;:'.!, ( December) to permit a proper return or vouchers from those who have not yet made p;ieh return, to become par ties in tho defense, to do so. Xoticc is hereby given thai further time cannot be given, unless special arrangements are made by that lime. By order of the Commit lev:. Last Call! Hillsboro, O., Dec. 12, 1881. Attention, Scott Dragoons. indi cest ion . weakness in tLe Lack and kidneys, and other troubles of the si x.- Home Journal. declwj Y'ou are hereby onle:e.l lo meet at the Armory, Friday, Dec. 1'Jth, at 7 o'clock p. m., .liirp. It is important that tUcro should be a full turn onl. E. Ml Li.EXIX, Capt. Commanding. WoMEl EvkuYwiierb use Parker's Gin ger Tonic, because they have learned from experience thai it overcomes despondency. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. REGULAR QUARTERLY SESSION— REGULAR QUARTERLY SESSION— BILLS ALLOWED, &c. i ne ism quarterly session ei: the vear was held by tho Coinmi.siouers Jon Mun day, I iicnd.iy a 1 1 Wedutsdav of last week. The bond of Franklin Ladd, Commis sioner elect, v.as duly presented to and accepted by the Probate Court. Amount of bond JS, 000; sureties, Jacee Milliard Jonathan Ladd, Denson Barrett and T. E. George. Also, tue norm 01 J. n. Anderson. lulirasary Director, in the sum of $:2,0(.!t( Sureties, W. H. Glenn, C, S. Bell an.l W. II.Grese. Mso, the bond of J, II. Keech, Recorder. m the tna ol Jl'.OUU: fcsiroties, i-. J iir.mgarner, W. II. Head, II. X'. Head K . V. I'altou and A. K. Johnson. Charles F. Underwood and others p;e- sented a petition, iiravim' for a frse turn pike roiol improvement on the Jamestown ojd. llt'.i-.iii," of the petition sM for Dec. 13th. i.1. m. isarre.t and others matt their ap plication for a chants of county road. The report of the viewers was read twice. The report is favorable to the. change asked for. The following bills were presented and allowed: i i viin'nw ;.,-r?o. I..-, l;:ll:ii:' u iw ks t viirl'iiw ,-r?o. is, killiM;- hawks... U . .1. i;.o a. engineer on U. I, Is yy oo Luriielt, einvei is oil same : ,sV' A. it. t asniy, estimate on lnliruiary s re I'iioa.as .1. l!tnn, same 10c (it iu;o::so:i A Co., t-a-iie l,''()li lit' W. I . 'et!:iole,HUi)erilItet:dii. same .VI On lami's W. r.iaili, tierilieui Intlrniarv Oirec'r ii'J "n va oe K. J. iititclier, .-ame and ctcrk II. AnOeon, r; :airs on iiiiiley TiKe. L. 1. t u.-!er, pump and lroui;n oubauie.. at C tluL-h .Miin. r, repairs on It. I. 11 1" decry U. b:orer, same on 1 in i'j . . I edi iek, same ou 10 1 To v . . 1 uornliurL'. same ou 11.. I). .M. Barrett, bridge work sa U John Ho,, ier, lime 15 ei' W iniam J. !e y-j. tMieiiifcr on h:iui;e 3 .:-i f'unicl ilutier. b-idu'e roairs 41 u Van L. Custer, sjnarei. here'er hrid'-e ::C 2.'. iun t-alance on bridge at George's S7S ui Amos I. iianev, lumiier 4 0- iiurton IIchii. renaiis on F. T. 24 titi 47 James V. Fairley, culverts on F. X. iu S i' . Oriui. naiutiu'r Walnut t-reek bridce is uc William llar&iiier'er, lepatrs ou caiveri.. 10 3.'. Wihiam A. tlodson. same 13 7!' llouek, lime .12? 1. C. I.ainiess. ou Fall Creek hi idL'e 50 u. M. .Montgomery, iumber u4 Us ,v t o., bslauce ou three briu''8 near Barrett's 272 31 same, freveu culverts ou F. T. ito 7t 01 Parrett A; Sou.iialni laic James M. 1'atton. rcpairii.'' bridu-e 10 71 l. F. l'ulliani. rcimirllur two briilres 4:") On Isaac Kohtl, luni'ier 71 'l E. Kedkcv. wall lor bride-e ii'Ai WiUinm .s-aiinous, bi-:(!,-o work 2 1 l'houias A Laiterty, In. aace on bridge 3 75 ruslces Sait-m Towiishii-. culvert 02 'C Lew Van Wiuklft, reijainu culvert... o oo 'yrits We.-t. lumi er 7 Ot lames Walunj-tord, culvert !'. ft Grady ,y 1-ahlander, nisiuliiie tor prisoners 2 l'" i-. oai ret i. iiain:s lor c lets: zu ot c leoicy X iSon, tioes for prisoners 4 3-' GlasciK, wood lor lail 611. hu 1'. llire. wntineanaauoroviii'T bonds 51 oi- hoiiias ir. Loner, t,uardiii! prisoners 112 ov sa.ue, larukey lees 2" 4i , exeeauon el writs la stale r. Koaus 60 oi .sun;.- r:ii-' vnire for petit jurv 2- ts ?anie, caiiin grand jery witnfa5es 4 ame, srvmi.- witnesses out ot county 55 J arresting lavier aud McNauue 13 si otm Malih-ws, uiiiidiies lor iatl 7 ti. .ideli A- .Mayer, blanks tor Sheriff 3 6' auie, stationery lor same one, stationery lor Kceorder 14 6e VN . 1'ence, Jem. p-lor jail 3 0' w . l'uckcit, cutuii'' wood for isii 2 .'si uocrit.old ,v Sin:, sunerics tor c. 11. Jt i Saturday Ilei al.l, printing tor Pros.Att'ncy ame, paojisniut: rciiti survey notice me, jiu!ii!?.i:u times ot lioklmir Courts yt'trt d: t'u., slalioneiy lor county oti'iees toed .t I.illey, lilauks, etc jitn .V. iiurns, cimi lor Fros.Alto.-ac o. '-.ooiier. lunacy ol busan btoOall M. l;-;rris, l.itners . Iljalli. uiii:es.s and liverr II. ttlenii, ciothitiir i S uitlj, lacdn al ceriiileate N. 1 1 1 t ana a.-s t, ttandjiortatiou vsnou.- p' l..iis killing liawk.- h Lucas, per dirm inurimuy Director uhn i'.icott, i;iavi- on it. J. 2 same on It. I 11 iiiies L. liuii. repairs on Li. I. 2 1". Morrow, sains en F. T. 4 M- l:;erney, work on till J. I'ui.iani. super t;e:d::,i; liiiturd bridge i:u Uus.,.;!, r. pairs t o !i;ci'e lisle.- ot Paint i oh nstiip. tor cuivsris... i s oi .I-l(i:on Township, hrid'-es yi't itllains. reiians ou bnd'-e ii'iay liiuaid, !..isof taratiun s. i--. Lji ' -isti iLir io: .riMiiiers ilsi ad .V llolljl, rates o: tiixutan: t.;t e mas To.r ii, woru at court kousi' Z ' c, on e: i -.1: eatr-cii-.lie for midoners 2 0 :.rus L tiuaii. siiiiih-lcs for tail 11 .1 tUi inaii, .1 . 1'., .State f. i'ent j.v.l -sicrason, constab:ef satac Is 7 Ai.ewca i.j a.-leili Wl,.-.ess.-s iu same caee 3 7 fi I 11 21 S 7 7, 1 5 4 7i 43 3 2'i o' 2S 21 i;o 2,i 7C 20 7.1 t'ii o 11 0 .hi on 2"-' m 12 51 231 of Di-iuisacd. al. ver rer P. of of Cure, Cincinnati V. & H. R. lilii l.iii.-i news trotu this enterprise is coniaiiicii in the following, from the Ross County io gi-l, r of ia-i week: ".or. . a bis on, of the proposed Cincin Hocking Valley and Huntington and JJr. L'avid Jones, of Hal!.--, were in the city Thursday evening resting from a few days labor in working a siiOsc notion tor tne road at lUnnio- ktnnick. iv. Xileshas promised to make station a p not i n the line provided raise a subscription of $."i,0Ui) there. Jones staled that be believed it Would raised. He says tiie road is a sure tf, and mdtih;- ;i:e hope that Chillieo wiil dol.tr whole duly when called OlilCU. onse wish J. re Lry.-.id, under irsct grand Mui OBITUARY. MRS. RACHEL CHAPMAN, AN OLD PIONEER. Died, At the reidunc of her daught l.rs. 'aniptmit, on t lutneni Avsnue, lltb, lS-Sl.J.Mro. Racliol Chapman, i S J - is rer of her aj. Chapantii was a daughter o? Thom Colyin, and v.-as born tl Utiioutown, Jau. 7th, 17P7. Iu the fall of 1304 ruitove 1 with her parents to this coun where -he hss since resided. In I s i 4 was married to Uano Chapman, whom survived just vests, to a day. was a member of the M. E. Church Hi yesrs, devotedly attached te the she professed. Her life was of great good to her fclleif-mea. bail been si -t but oaoe brfore in her attended church on the Stindsy prior her death, and up to Wednesday, was apparently as good health as nsual. sist6r, Mrs. Jacob Cochran, and two brothers, Is tac and Samuel Colvin, sll of county, survive her. The foiitiiil set-rues ware held tt the E. Ciiui.-h, on Monday af.e-.noon, Rev Stsrr oilicistiiig. bighral hopts and isterests of the rest oo the purity, health and strength wemauLood. We take piessute in m farrinjour loaders to the remarkable e'li oaiy e! Lvtira ii. riakhato's Vegetable p-:i!id in all thsl elsof disease from worm a Miller so inuth. decl5w2 son iuug ,n . au ad uel as eral Cnndy, tie panion A at Smith, rood, and isapei, new l couuty. ec. meeting ion BE SURE YOU READ THIS! IF YOU LIVE IN HIGHLAND COUNTY. into has Call il your Po-t Ofiice, and sea a eopy of o tl-mpurb pr-mi onl portrait of Gar field, an 1 ii-ave your e.?.nie and money for the Nrti's for n6xt year. Remember, the paper is lo be printed on t ew type and es'ar) Jaii. lei, IS?.', lo 3 pages aud Go column. af t-.'v double tk tiie of any othti- yi:f.f in tht c-;a-i'y, and yet the subscription price will continue tho same, only $I.C0 a year, or two copies to an nil and ti?tc subscriber, for wuly 82. 0, and a premium picture or book to each subscriber. t?All postmaster iu this aud adjoin ing couut.es are authorized to itceivs motl ey on subscription for the Kewc. tf"-'itiueribe not:-, and get the remainder of this ycari-. tt Dec. 1, i.-.Sl. The Jacob has O., Hall in an suit the been town. The Historian's Relative. Xor.iii L.io;r "Siukkrs. ' "1 Ci.KTEI.ANl), O., Feb. 2o, 1SS0. j II. II. Wai'.nue oi Co. : Friends I take pleasure in saying that ILave used your celebrated Safe Kidney and Liver C'u.e, and that it cmed me of Bright's Disease after I was given up to die and all other remedies had i'ailsd. ietfliwl Jamls S. Prescott. en ces IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS. m-i.Ci.h. I.M'i'i.' i'..u i:.n i s arc -ol,, eii . i-y tht: iiL isi.lNi. lux Ki!- ii:. H w,;j j,: : oil lo lead Ihcir advertiaemtut to he ftoi'. elsewhere iu this issue. Obituary. On Novcraher 21, ISS1, of consumption, I'liauej o'.lsst s"n of Charles ami Mary Tener, iu th thirty-third year of his age. The subject of tho above notico was born near New Market, aud resided in that locality nntll 1870 In early manhood he adoptsd the profession ot tescliii , and taught with markei success for several years. Ou July 7, 170, b was married to Rotsimali Itoush, and soon after engaged in mercantile oum tiess iu Fair View, and continued to reside thers till the time of his death. His remains were laid to rs: at Pleasant Hill anion; tiie scenes of his early childhood, by his sorrowing friends and relatives. A few remarks snti prayer was offgred by Elder Klrkhart be fori his body was laid iu its last restinc place. lis was honorable and upright iu all his trails s' t;.,iis; n irood neighbor and citizen ; a kind has -sad and father, aud his death has caused u vaeftney, which can never be tilled. He leaves a wife and two children and many warm friends to mourn him. 'Leaves have their time to fall. And flowers to wither at thr North w ind's breath A 'id stars to set. but all Thou hast all suaeoua for thine owu, O Death.' Obituary. Died, Xovcmber Kith. 18S1. infant sou f Ira F. and M. E. Heistand. A--e 1 vear. 10 mouths and I'd davs. etotio to thy rest, fair child .' Cone to thy dreamiess bed, V,'hi;e yet. so gentle, umlellled, With blessings on thy head. I're.-ii roses in thy band, I-urls on thy pillow- laid, Iia-oe frota this dark and fearful laud, h--re t'ouers so iiuiekly fade. Kre sin let;! scarred the breast, Or sorrow woke the tear, Kise to thy tliroue of changeless rest. In you celestial spue-re. L:eeattse thy smile was fair, Thy lip and eye so bright, liecausi: thy loving cradle-care Was each a dear elijriit, . - yhall love, with weak embrace. Thy upward wing detain? Tn'o ! gentle angel, seek tiiy place Amid tha cherub train. COMMON PLEAS COURT. TUESDAY, DEC. 6, 1881. J. M. Uiestand, as Adm'r. of Sam'l Lyle, Jr., dee'd. vs. J. C. Fry ot Judgment for plaintiff for $100, interest aud costs. Catherine Gotherman vs. A. C. Gother mau. Divorce granted plaintiff, ou ground willful absence. Henry J. Dickman and wife vs. Philip Kramer. Dismissed at plaintiff's costs. -Mary Iry vs. J. L. Boardman. Dis missed at plaintiff's costs. Wednesday, Dec. 7 John Bell vs. Susannah Ilouck et ul George Hoffman vs. Ellen L. Hoffman Dismissed. State ot Ohio vs. J. W. Moore. Lar ceny. Continued. TarnsDAY, Dec. S. II. R. Quinn, as Adm'r. of Mary A James, dee'd., vs. Maggie J. Dickmau et Continuation of sale. Mary Stover et al. vs. Margaret J. Sto et al. Partition ordered. State oiObio, for the use of Highland County, vs. Wm, C. Newell et al. Demur of defendants overruled. Judgment for lefeinlants, J. II. Richards, M. Calvert Kramer and Sam'l, Newell. 3. II. Beard et al. vs. II. S. Parey, Ad'r. A. Z. Pavcy, dee'd. Dismissed at costs plaintiff without prejudice. A Willing Endorser. MILWAUKEE, Wis, July 30,1881. II. II. Wakseb ti Co. : Sirs I can recommend your Safe iiidnev and Liver and you can cheerfully use my name. aeciowl Mis, Axj Kelly. o EMERALD. D Ch: -He tills genejiy good, except iir.ey .Stent is on h;s pins again, after several weass of sickness. Miss Dodia Burba, who has been quits is convalescent. Mr. Jerome Albert, of Elizabethlown Kentucky, is visiting relatives sit this Sam Re:! key has moved into bis baud new house. Rumor has it that the Gazette corres ponJent from Emerald is married. We him all the happiness imaginable. H.Edeutield sold two line thoroueli- 1 calvei recently to John Hart, of lint. Crice unknown. Our village school is progressitm finely tha care of Miss Jeanuett Hamilton. The I wo motilhs term of school in dia- numoer z, tauolst bv Aliss Atarv Meijormick, closed hist Friday with a spelling and reading match. Mr. lvw:i;ev talins charge of the winter SiilUe Caldwell, wife- of Chancellor tlied on Thursday, Dec. 1st, ot aged oil. SMio was a member of Presbyterian church twenty years. Funeral services were held at Wesiev where she was interred, Rev. jalbrcath, of New Market, officiating. able to on crop year no truth case who Xevrsi BELFAST. Dec. 10 On the 2:3d of November, Wil Hughes, living near" Loudon, died of complaint, aad was b iricd in the Catholic cemelerv, north of Hi!l.-boro, on o.-.n ir ..." .. e.. .... i a.-iui. ire was a ease viiuu" man. and this year finished his education in a Catholic institution in St. Louis. Alice Webster, wife of our P. JL. Sam Webster, died November 27lh. She about L'4 vears of age, and a good of the M. E. Church. Her fun ibV style the Dec. ers was preached by ber pastor, Rev. and ber body was laid in the Casa enieterv. Nie leaves a husband and a daughter to mourn the loss of a com and mother. protracted meeting was commenced Union Chapel December -1th, by Bro. who is a very talented young man. houIU you pass along in the neighbor-! and see tne good Jam!, line larms i nice residences, and then go to the ; you would mill's: there ought to be I one built. m Bro. vrrtu'j Trenail a protracted meeting the 27th nit., at Lewisville, Adams He will commence one at Belfast I llth, and one at Flat Run on Jan rry 1st, 1SSJ. There will bj onarierlv at Flat Run on the 3d and 4th. Elder John B. Faris, of Pricetown, will ltnmence a protracted meetimr at Mount December 21 th. The members have bis services for a year. Calvert, of Indianapolis, has 1 iccn protracted rm-ttiiigs at May Hill, Creek, and the old Dunkard for about one month, and has taken the church a number of persons. He now gone home. sick iss Belfast are t'encrallv better Hammond's wife is very low She had two strokes of naralvsis Fluka , LYNCHBURG Disc. 11 David L. Heliis, of Emerald, was in town Friday. Mxsonia order gave a SHpper at their on Wediaesday evenisig. The "show" that was to give an exhibi tion here a feweveuines since, failed teput r.ppaarance, and now an attachment is pending in regard lo hall rent. Mrs. Jubal Ilollidsy has returned frow South with two of Lcr.childron. Her husband is expected in a few davs. The nucleus of a Literary Society has fomitd in our village. Noah W. Parker and family, of Tipton, Indiana, are arranging to settle in our Lynchburg Encampment I, O. O. nad au oyster supper on Tuesday evo-m"K- Pencil. that ar. cura IT. if iy ciira to been ence NEWMARKET. going Dec. ll' Protracted meeting still at Christian Union chapel. The M. E. protraoted meeting coramcn this evening, Monday. Mr. Levij Vance is very sick at his fa s. rliu Baptist church will give a concert Cil M Clintock reports birds and rab bits scare-.'. no m t one and tor. LEESBURG. Dec. 12 Messrs. IIos..v .h t.;.lu. ..f nave f.otijht the ParajOH X'ew Viem dru store. Miss Kate Stewart, niece of Milieu Toll, died at his residenes Inst Meaday week. Socials are the rage. Monday night by lliss Minnie Pushee; Wednesday bv the Misses Milliard; Thursday by Miss C. L. Jackson; Friday an oyster social at J. T. ijszenoy s. Bill Seaman has been home again, and im.euays alter ins return lis qsarreled with Sam Washburn, the colored barber, ana struck him in the face with a stcne. He then skipped to parts unknown. For nis eeneral behavior in the last T. years !W years on a chain-an; would be justiee. Efforts are being nade to atari a new paper hero. It's to be the size of the Xew V ienna Eeaord, aud its continuance for a year insured. A good panorwill Dav, hut wo want no "shyster." Elijah Steen says he won't testify to a fer CO cents. Aptilcs Sold at OOo on nllr s'inats Satur day. Potatoes are tiiilUr Xumernuaeross-walL-s and liidawslks are being put down. South (street will leon be one of our nicest streets. There is trouble in t'ua nolarod rhnrah about the inances. The cashier was be fore the church officials last wei-k. 3ro. andy Brown conducted tho defense, and Brother Philips the prosecution, while ye preacner presided. Invitations are out for a fancy maseue ra:ie bail at Grii'ith's, on Wednesday eve sing, -clm. Hud the North Star Club held its enter tsunment at the north pole, it would have better suited the peaee-laviiig eitirens of Lteesuurg. Marshal Cough arrested Bub Jenkins for foul language and flourishing i revolver, llayor fcypherd deeiaed that Bob had done nothing unlawful and let him go. To retaliate, Jenkins, backed by some white men, had the Marshal arrestee! aisd takes before Esq. Kelly for assault and battery. Ihe Marshal unfortunate! indulges at limes in too much drink, as h did on Thauitsriving. and Jenkins again had him arrested for being intoxicated, for wnicn L.sq. nelly fined him 9 10. PRICETOWN. Dec. 12 Robert Kint has beucht and shipped oyer 12U0 head of hogs the present season. Hogs nearly all gone at 5 to 6s gross Onr stalwart Republiean.IIarv. Hughes, is happy. Twins! A boy and girl. Name tnem James A. and Lucretia: , On thb Win'g. Shall Highland Counts Have a Farmer's Institute! This question can only be answered by the farmers themselves. Not one that 1 have interrogated, who listened to the able addresses of prof. Orton and Secretary Chamberlain at Hillsboro last week, but were both delighted and instructed by them, and realize the necessity of an awakening among the farmers to a higher appreciation of their calling. If there be any who cannot see any no bility in the occupation of the inhabitant of ancient Eden, the "Almighty Dollar" ought to stimulate the most obtuse to the necessity of using every legitimate mean to extract frosu Mother Earth gold to fill their coffers. The ball has now started to roll, and it remains with the farmers hemselves whether they will go on aud form a permanent organization for their improvement and profit. When the committee appointed to draft Constitution aud By-Laws, calls the General Commutes together, to act on report, let every one on that commit- throughout the county, promptly respond to the call, and if their combined wisdom can't digest and adopt a Constitu- ion and By-Laws that will ba acceptable ncany ail, then we ought to aeknowl- e ourselves a failure, and have guard at once. I'he system of Crop Reports from every rt of the United States, published in lime lor the tanners, would altiiie save them niiilio.-is annually. Figures won and when I read nn article in the Cin cinnati Gazette some weeks ago, by a r, (;io a farmer) giving the farmers some very L.t: er,y advice as lo the inevit low price of pork this winter, owin ii'iiVcii-.'i crop, and a lot of old meat bund, when the fi jura showed the corn of this year only 02 per cent, of la.st in Ohio, and the balance of the West better off, and old meat entirely ex hausted, I set it down, that he was "well greased'' by the city pork-packers, and presumed largely on the gullibility of the farmers, besides having no regard for bimseif. Forest Home, O. Bruti's. the The Louisville Commercial cites tin of Capt. Chas. ?f. Corri, of that city was cured by St. Jaeobs Oil, after sutierina; tor years with rheumatism. York (Neb.) Republican. and Farmer' Review for $2.35. One of the most useful papers in the to practical farmers ia tho FaM- Review, a lti-pae farm and family weekly, the equal of any we know of in and contents, and the vniy paper in country presenting systematized cTop reports from all the Northwest. L p to 25, 1 3 S 1 , wa will furuia'u the Fahii- Ksvikv and tiie .1 Eivs irom ata ol subscription lo Jan. 1,1SS3, for $2.85. decSw4 be anil rig-lit tal, is, learn ball side. but ANOTHER CLUB OFFER. THE WORLD AND SOLIDER, AND THE NEWS, BOTH 1 YEAR FOR $2.00 WITH OUR PREMIUM PICTURE OF GARFIELD. Read the following notice of the World and Soldier. Every ex-Soldier should have it: Ex-Soldiers and their heirs should al) send ftir a sample copy of that wonderfal paper, the WORLD AND SOLDIER, pub lished at Wshi(tosi, D. C. It contains stories of the War, Camp Life, Scenes from the Battle-held, and a luous.iud things of interest to our country's defenders. It is the great soldiers' paper. It contains all the Laws aud Instructions relatins to Pen sions and Bounties for soldiers and their heirs. Every ex-soldier should enroll his name under the WORLD AND SOLDIER banner at onoe. Eight pages, forty sol nmns, weekly. $2 a year. Sample free. Address WORLD AND SOLDIER, Box 588, Washington, D. C. Send in your nasuusjHud money. deoitf The steamar Albion, plying be tween Cartagena and Linn Ilivor, The their shot one Etna Uniteil States of Columbia, was ami thirty-two jersons tlrowue-1, out of ber forty crew and passenger:?. Alderman Tucker. Boston, savs voir inav state I have paid tor medicine and treatment iu So ..o'.'O without rece-.vinir permanent bent-fit. Entirely cured of his disease'lsett rheum) bv Cists- Remedies, E. Carpenter, Est;., Henderson, N. Y., cured r?orinsia of Leprosy, of twenty years' staudiiiu', the "Cutii-ura Insolvent internally, and Cnti- and Cutieura .Soap externally. The most wonderful case ou record. Private Secretary Brown (attached tho lata Presi dent Garfield) has chosen by Mrs. Garfield to arrange her husband's correspond and papers, with a view to the production of a complete life of tht-.t aud much lamented states man. ed in was was tho he Catarrh. Clear nemi and voice, eay Bresfhinr;, sweet breath, pertect smell, taste and hearing, uoconeh, distress. There are eondit ions hroucht about atari n oy the use of hanford's Radical l ure. noine touucsl v nre, one box Catarrh Solvent one improved Inhaler, in one. package, for tt Death to rats and vermin, Parsons' Externiina declwa died !to LOCAL NOTICES. u iu ti :i: i 1 o ie it ci:. r I.OMEIt, My last larg:! invoice of Overcoats, than any other house iu this town, for reasons which will be explained by calling at my store. nEAIs NEW I'cICB LIST : Men's eood Overcoats at 83, formerly, SI. Good Chinchilla Overcoats at !"o), former ly 0. SO. Good lioaver Overcoats at Ii7, formerly Fine Beaver Overcoats at $49, formerly $11. Fine Reversible Overcoats at 10, for merly 12. 30, Best Woisted Overcoats at 12, former ly Sll. Finest C'iissitnere Overcoats ut$S, for merly .$31. Children's O.-ercoat i, to fit bovs from 3 years upward, j3 to !?S. No trouble to show goods. Call and ex amine for yotirselve-. I. A. FEIBEL, ,: THE " CLOTHIER, Opp. County Jail, HiLLsnono, O, dcclotf "HOLIDAY GOODS.'' I. A. FEIBEL, TSE GENT'S FU'BNISHER, Now has in store his full stock of Holiday Goods, and requests all who are on the lookout for something elegant and appro priate for a Christmas pteseut, to call aud examine this stock. declotf iVanied l; Trade. Good business property in Hillsboro, for private residence in Dayton, O., and Sidney, O. Address with particulars, "A. C.," this office. nov24w3 For Sale. Beautiful Building Lot ou North High Street, next to Dr. Fulerton's new residence. Apply to novlOtf J. G. Ooxk & Sos Domestic Sewing; Machine, After sixteen years of trial, still grows in popularity. It is the coming machine. It is in use in all the principal Tailoring and Dress-Making shops in the country. It never fails to give complete satisfaction "Imitated by all, equaled by none." Over fAree hundred in use in the countv, all running easy and doing splendid work attest its superiority over all other ma chine. If you want your Domestic aSsurs to run smoothly, don't fail to buy a Domes tic Sewing Machine. sepgif Johnson & Pakker. 300 hairs At .-$2.00 per set, at marStf J.W. Pusce's Factory. VSiruilfd-Old Iron, Hides, Furs, Sheep Pelts, Tallow, Copper, Braes, Rag3, &c. Highest market prief paid. Woi.f'tein & Fp.axkei., Walnut Sireet, opposite S. Lemon's Blacksmith Shop. nov24tu2 it Ik!ey' Mem MitrKet low will find tho best Beef, the best Pork, boat Jersey Sausage, the boat Ken tucky Corned Beef, tha best Lard. cjT Nothing but good, sound, healthy stock used, at bottom prices. nov2istf cal Arrangements are being made for memorml servioos in honor ot tiie lato President Garfield, to bo'held in both Lousf-iS of Congress. They will vorv HiniDi-?, eoo.si3tingof orations i p'.!Ci,intvfpMS 1 with music. ?.Ir. Yanderuilt ttnd Sir. Jewett htive aiuictiljly adjusted ths-ir dif ferences, huil tho Ohio Haiiwaj- in nn accomplished f;ict, '.he Xew York, Pennsylvania & Ohio receiving the to work ita business over the Dayton Short Line. icAtf, A Good and Cheap Kansas Paper. We are. in receipt of tie Weekly Capi an eight-parre, 43-colnusn weekly pa per at Topcka. Kansas, ihe Capital of the State, at One Dollar per vear, to any ad It is brim-full of State news, cor- espondence, crop notes, markets, etc., and ia every respect, a journal worth the money asked for it. Those who want lo about Kansas should send for the Capital. Address, Topeka Daily Capital rublishing Company, Topeka, Kansas. nov24w4 A youthful Pola attempted to assassinate General Tchorevine, the Rnssisiii Minister of the Interior, by shooSing at him in Lin office. The passed between hia arm and his Tiie nssassin wa:s immediately arrested. The KusHans have a pecu liar wy of dealing with murderers, not as crank a or lunatics. We do not know whore the editor the Springfield (Mass.) Daily Un got his idetis of Ohio editors, but they are correet will be seen by anil of of for was Hop has First my great following Union paragraph: A lot of Ohio men, about 140 in number and mostly editors,are on an excursion to New York, this week. editors, it is raid, can be dis tinguished fowl the plaiu folks bv diamond pins and fine stord clothes. They are hnuting .for the political isothermal line, which has mysteriously disappeared from Ohio. On thy night of the 30th, John Yvagoner, a disroputible character' and killed Dr. Joseph A Eeggs, of the mo.st gifted young men of Ironton, Ohio, and chemist for the Iron Works. Keifer is the first Ohio man ever elected speaker of the House of Rep resentatives. The first Republican Speaker elected was N. P. C.inks, of Slitssai'husetts, who, after a protract struggle was elected tn that office the House of tho Thirty-f ;urth Congress, in the winter of ISoG. The Speaker of tho Thirty-fifth Congress James C. Orr, of South Carolina, Democrat; that of tho Thirty-sixth, Willitfm Pennington, of Xew Jersey, Republican; that of the Thirty-seventh, Galush.i A, Grow, of Pennsyl vania. Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana, elected Speaker of the Thirty eighth Congress in 1SG3, and hold office for three Congresses, until was elected Yice-President. Sir. Blaine succeeded him in ISfi'J, being chosen Speaker cf the Forty-first Congress,and;held the office for three Congresses. "When the Dcnocrats came into power in 1875, M. C. Kerr, Indiana, was elocted Speaker, but within a year, and Samuel J. Randall, of Pennsylvania, was elected fill tho vacancy, and also to the Speakership of the forty-fourth and forty-sis.th Congresses. ! GREAT GERM DESTROYED AKi;ys Prophylactic Fluid !j ERADICATED. p'X Prevented. Contaeinn destrnvert. jGamrreae preveuied aud Sick RooniH leirirtVt) n,l! CUrud. made pleasant. - Oy-cntery cured I evered and airs: Pers Wounds hea-ed rapidly. relieved and refreshed scar'ey cured in snorl by hathin wilh I'm-- time. phylactic Kiuid added " ls perfectty harmless. to the water. , For -Soar Tnroat it is a Soft White Complexions' tore care. bshin- b Ui SSSEEEre Impure Atr made barn- 1L)IJIHER!A pnk';;;IK"fpREVENTEDl Huid !wul. S.glS-gK laiSSal'a To purify the Breath, l. , ,. . Clan-e the Teeth, jt Cholera dissipated. -sQ't be surpassed. ;sh.'! tcvl-'r l-revnted by Catarrh relieved ana' "arise. c,,rej, ilncHseof death in the Erysipelas cured. i bonse, it shouhl always Bums relieved iuftantlyJ D,; nscd about th Scars preventer!. I corpse It will prevent Kemoves ail unplea-ant a"v unplaasaist smell. O0ors An Ant-dote for Animal orNeeetanie 1 oisone fciinvrs. Ac. SCARLET g Pick rooms and iioi t:tls removed bj it? Uie, i UiJow Fever Eradicatuci. la faet it 13 the jjreat rsri-iBin or J. E. ZEILKf & CO., Misi-PiCTCRixa CHKKtsTJ. SOLE PROPRIH. TORS. noTluyltocnmizice FEVER CURED.' A Good and Cheap Kansas Paper. BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAMINERS. LIST OF THE QUESTIONS PRO POUNDED SATURDAY, DECEMBER POUNDED SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1881. ARITHMETIC. How many lunar months of 29 davs, 12 hours, 41 minutes and 2.7 sec. in a solar year? 12.3G. What is the length of a log of wood 13 in. in diameter, whose convex surface is 47,121 g,i. ft.? 10 feet. How much alloy must be mixed with 2 lb. 1 oz. 12 pwt. 15 gr. cf pure gold, that the mixture may ba 18 carats fine? 8 oz. 10 pwt. 21 gr. A milkman has a false gallon pint too small. What is the value of the milk he sells for fl5i.40? fl44.75. One cubical box holds exactly a bushel of wheat, and another a gallon of water. What is the length of the inner edge of each? 12.91 in. 6.13 in. Find the least possible whole number which divided by 32 will leave 25, divided by 25 will leave 19, and divided by 19 will leave 11 ? 5639. The cost in Cincinnati of a draft for $ 000 on N. Y. was $6,027. Interest at 6 per cent. What was the rate of exchange? 1 per eent. A broker allows 5 per cent, on deposits, and on an average lends the amount hs receives 11 times a year for 33 days at 2 percent, a month. What is his gain on $5,000? $900. GEOGRAPHY. 1. Name the five largest islands in order of their area. 2. What five powers have the most ex tensive territory ? 3. What five powers have the largest population ? 4. hich is nearer Moscow, a village south of it or 3 east? Why? 5. How would von go from Parkers- burg to Canton via Alexandria ? C. Locate the following mountains: Pindus, Hartz, Zilgros. Cameron and Bie Horn. 7 State the direction of the folio win? places from Hillsboro: Pittsburg, Duluth, Dayton, London, Callao. 8. Locate Copenhagen. Hamhurrr. Venice, Smyrna and Hue. a. What and where is the capital cf Austria? Of Ecuador? Of Holland ? Of Nevada? Of Wisconsin? 10. Bound the Mathematical and Physi Zones. ORTHOGRAPHY. Albescent CoriLscate czneoiis Palisade. Alignment Porcelaiu Blue-eyed Hemistich Iavei'r!e Mari''euoii3 GRAMMAR. syllabication? Give tha proper noun become a 1. v.siat IS rules for it? 2. When docs a common noun? 3. Xante live nouns used only iu ihe singular, aud five nouns used iu the plural only. 4. V iien .are proper iiatiies withoul a used in Ihe plural? 5. Give a rule for tiie proper use of trit'cA and that. G. Describe the infinitive mode and tho participial mode. 7. Explain etymological parsing, and syntactical parsimj, and show their differ 8. Define encon!, .r'.-''Vo;, v-Ctriiuient, show how position all'eets the intoning a sentence. 9. Correct these aud give the lnit.s: () Who did he visit ? (A) The kiuj conferred ou Lim the title a duke. (c) What prevented him going? ('0 'We had some nice sriarrow-srass dinner. (e) I shall go; no one will prevent, me. 10. Analyze this sentence by diagram: "To do antrht good never will be our task. Hut ever to do iil our sole delirrht. As beiny the contrary to his will Whom we resist." Parse each word in Ihe followhi; 'Tall he that must, and live the rest.'' line : for j. WINSTON, Forsyth Co, N.C. express you my thanks for your wonderful Hop Bitters. I tronMed with dyspepsia for five years previous to commencing the use of your Bitters some months ago. .My cure beet) wonderful. Iam pastor of the Methodist Church of this place, aud whole congregation can testify to the virtues of your Bitters. Ysry re spectfully, Rev. II. FtaEnioE. dealdw2 As era iin John lini Tin Our Premium Portrait of Garfield. The engraver of this portrait, Mr. Wm. E. Marshall,' of New York, stands at the head of his profession, and has been pro nounced the greatest portrait painter and engraver in this country. The excellence of his portrait of President Garfield, con sidered "as a faithful ZiAt.nc.-rs, is vouched for by ihe following recommendation from msmbers of his Cabinet and oilier intimate friends : Hon". Ritheki-oud B. Hayes, ex-President. Please accept my thanks for the very fine portraits of President Garfield. They impse.s mo very favorably, and I doubt not wiil have a great sale. Hon. Wayne McYitAOif, Attorney Gen eral. I am obliged for your kind attention in sending me your admirable likenesses of the President. The one in protiie strikes me as the better of the two, but that may only be my fancy. Maj. Gi-.x. W. S. JJass'ivk, U. !j. A. I thank you for having pre.-enUd me witli such l-eantifnl and stihstantiallv cor reet likcne-sts of President Garfield. That thev were executed bv the greatest line engraver of the day as Dore said makes them ol more than usual valuo. How. Wm. Win-do r, Secretary of the Treasury. I think both are very excellent, especially tho front or three-quarter view. Hon. Marshall Jbwei.l, Chairman of the National Republican Committee. They are both line; the three-quarter view particularly is a most excellent like ness. Hon. R. C. M .-Cormtc k, ex-Governor of Arizona. The profile view seems to me to be the best likeness, and both are excellent speci mens of the art with which your name is so honorably associated. Hos. S. J. Kirk wood, Secretary cf the In terior. These enjraved portraits strike me as most excellent likenesses. Pkof. B. A. College. To-day. under the shadow of his death a number of tin -relations and old friends of President Gariiehl have carefully ex amined these portraits. The universal ver dict is-good. The front or three-quarter i w " generally much preferred to the side vtew. In both these judgments I fully concur. J The wnt. rtport iaLs V 149 Steel It li AN HtxspAl.s, Pres. oflliram t He and inurK-uiie ous vate eni-e, j j I 1: : c s.'oa.-t of paid c: to.: llll.i.SUoi'.O, (., 1 1 Not: Tn 'lri-!:T-:L'n-fi h. i,--n : iU:iiiiie(t as Ario-:i.:s;r:ito- r:i of th:- e-true ! .s-.tc-i I ii-tt.: land ciiiii: v, '.'.'oo. d--:-,- :.-i ' JA.MEj w. iiknd Dec. 5, cei 'ict-l 1-. I M iil !i:.C"-:-d, latent 11 sc,". ',-sv 2 Chaney Toner's Estate 1.70 riCE is l:-,:-,-!v civ. have :,;,t.iu,:.'d . traro.-s of l ieu Of fl.fi c 1 Nov. 3 ' .1 that Old 0 1 ? fr: ate oi i , Ohio, (!:-. .In.' of li C. I". TENKK. Highland Probata Court. -Tie- Hi-- TTOTICE OF AV..r;-Ti Hi. J.4 tors, A.!.tsS-.-t-.:-,-. .ic : to.i'iu:;:;; it".:::- 1 :--. ':3-.--' fl in tics I nert lor s-ctireiteo, a hav.. ,.,cii ro:o 0:!.- 'l lor '.'0, ;, Slid li'-:oii,.-. nut,! -li- :;, -, ,. The Ez -i--:t-ts ot t . "i-j-M- I l ire, .1. M. iiar-rre V, , 1 1 l tli iii Va;., it. 'I A l:r:i: is--;:- -s of .-.. rl:!it!t, J.o.. :s H. li-.:;;: a -! .; 'i :n: (Oi.irii.ins or U:it ..i ricmrner. Hlt.I.sBOIiO, !.. l'r". o. 1 . d.-civ.ii t,E;. B. OAU,.N"E bins of i r nrf: r, Legal otiec on v. M, i r, A. o;:r: I ,ers-o ! Mary E. Jon, s anil E. R. A. J,-.r.-.. 1- u lie r -s:.'es :o t'articl,1. Jar-r ' '-: t:c and C-ceiia Rttis an! liranvi;." K-r; ban,!, e, i:o rt-si-ies ,rt Nee. ;s,.nt. lloitC soitri, and l otrt:e tiepner'l, wiiose re. iiii!:ii-j--.-:i. witl take noti'-e ti.ar e!"-,r;,i h'-rd, ailiriiios'rai riir ot the estate of Neu here, .ire-as. !, on ii'c S'.iti. d iv of ;,'-)v, 1'. I--1, ti.e-i ii.-r perition in t,,e l'--o:::ire liii'iiiaicl County, Ohio, ai:--ii: that :h.- estate ot siet uecedeut is iij.oo'iifient to x. ;sj dcb'.s, and ti;e ehari-ej of a-imiiosteri!:',' t..- e.-: i o; that he- died, o;ze! in fee i:npie ot tiie fcliew': described real .slate sit-iv.c in said county, en : he Koekv Fork of Paint creek, part of Ot-A ay Bvru's suney, 'o, iiTli, Ix-einni- ? at two sii-rarLres, in the line ot Kobert Laiisrd's survey, 2:'X and corner ro Josepn Horn's t,,t of sfi acres; tiience with his lines, N. S5 r! E. 37 poles, to a sn-ar tree; th.nce S. 70 th J E. al poles, crosses the Eo ky Fork at j poles, to two whire eaks ; thence. S. ;r pole-, pas:n5 one of said Horn's comers at 44 sxjies to a stone ; thence s. .'.r,c; w. ii-ooies in i s-ri:,e on the south bank of the r.,.":ky Fork: lh;nce with the meanders of sairl creek, S. 44-t-. W. u poles; 3. 77 deir v. 9 pok-, to a sroue on in - south bank of the Kocky Fork, in the lin- of sai.CRobert Baliaru'j survey, thence with said Uaiiard's iine. N. is1.; VV. 0) noied. crossing rhe hr?L:-rh ihreo times, to the beginning ; containing acres, of land, more or less. ins prayer cf said petition ia for l sroe of said premises for the navmeat of the debts and .han aforesaid. The persons first abov. m.ntnn.o TOci rt-. take notice that they hare ben made ptrtiee de fendant to Slid petition, and tnat rb.r are ri fiaired to answer the ame on or before the Slst lsy of Jan nary, A. P. 11IAKLOI1E SIIEl'llKRO. A.Imi.CsIrat-r aforesairl. Hiixsbobo, Ohio, Nov. 59, issi. daclw-T I The great superiority cf DR. iEULL'S COUGH SHUP over I all other cough remedies is altested by the immense popular demand H for that old established rernedy. s i nv S. f s-e-ir a i , ar - - tjjifj' i o 1 For the Cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup, Asthma, Bron chitis, Whooping Cough, Incipient Consumption and for the relief of consumptive persons in advanced ; ;t.iges cf the Disease. For Sale ' t-yall Draegists. Price, 25 cents. : THERE IS r -i -K I f J H IT. i i t J v. ji ;? Consn'rthe Crop and Muriet 'S-eports Grow at OOUS Crop. ?"T1 t (-OOI1 i-rtce. 1113 ii armsrs 11071:77. Ct to Bee. S y-!y s-ioser'n'toas '1 t" ro Mii(J it O.Mi ISOLLAB k isir. W.dsr-ad VENNOH'S ALPIAMAC FOS IE2 10 cents oxrru (rt-siiiar priee, 55 ccn3 The IiE.r:s' Ht.vi'.v to Jin. J. a-d Vsnfltrj A.iaanc on. .- $ 1.1-1. it t.ju r".u::ir4 Pec. i!0. Iii;. A'.r I'ee. 3-"l-S; Slim----- UonPr.-eof fmsw Ran aiv will e St.; ,1 v.ir. isenti stAiao for smpid copy. iJuerii teris to canvassers. FARMERS' REYiTiV C0.,Ch!c5jo, IIL The I-itest ImprOTesl Qorr-!! and U!!:3 cut ser.t ta any'a.ii.Irtsd vv::i, txirxs, i cc:it of rs-OO. Prlza Koily Scroll Saw Just t!-' nr'-.r.a f"T a Chrls-.rc fail ti. Si-iM r t tlV':ir.-t!-- iP'il Scroll Saw, unci .Minni All machines at manuliuurer's TTii-sse: J. WATR2US, 40 & 42 Arcade, Cia. 0. i V'l 1 and Saw ?eJl y js.oo i f 2 C.mpltt. 4 s,-,ar'ni Garmore's Artificial Ear Crun:3.' Inrented and worn by him iwrfrt.y wtr.sw tha fceajinc. hiiiroij dcai for tii;rty yeM.iis ass.rs wjO t.ii. w-npers. diatiactlT. Are n olvafvabte, 12 a r- :3p'):u-;3 wiu'.ii1!. Diiurip'-va C---:ti.r rr;. CAUTION 1 fa r.t bs d-fcaivttl orb-ni r r.ni. i;m Wannoi-e, 3.W. Cor. -h & Rac Sti.. C:ar.na:i. 0. A Bookof P'-a Or'slnallty, nt'tie-i PRACTICAL ? IfE. Tks rrnit aroonJin oi?6a. at UidiT.JnseJ. earwi'iu.T con- f tdiJcation. Home, ooc pty, tiiqupnp AmuiemflntSs press. Leva. Marriaja. Busi ness 4c Bow brnu.1-F 'ittr an to c fl'.iu w-nnsri. T'liami abonii'lfl m stnii;'. LhossriiB. rir .at' jraAi.oii atae onnnrjon-seiifle. i r-il-pijc; ooior-a pits Dsta A liKM. Agent Wanted Evryihra, &na lor cirTiijsr . ri.i iir-z .u,ia. :rmj. w Vork VeeklT Witue? trom yota naw'iy and see U it ia not jnrt lie aop?er yoa lthvrf.z.g : Tna ! c-t r-ns fr-s . ol f-Atton Strwt Pravcrvileetirsr. ine In-.-r,ci-tat Ca:hoLic Caurcn; every uimic itit i of ir.ier.-: to 41.30 a year. Send bv posial card ar.i rt -jf A l.U. IJaiUe- specimen copv. JOHN Ii'JUj lic BEST, in tha WORLD I. "ITX' -WJiners o'fh-'Tbest dl'inction st v?-y HlNJ creat World's Fair fur f,ja".a yssrs. . f 1 1 J A 'ew lLtri-riTATED c'atxoo--?;. H pp. ns'Sa'sUrl 'J 'eauy uns cioatli, and u! be G?H.;0 Wroarasr IaraonMisTS. aA JllsiX ikial-iO N' srr-Ls' ; ovtr y in i l. irics.S-i. si.0. S.-I. 4- S c-l to.- ra cr: c-' nvmvMHts. As;i 4 bAin.. t" c .'.. t IrraTu, St., bOST'.'N: I'- t-istliui bt.,2ti.7l XciAi Wnn.h Ay-., C-iiCAG-A I Eiear.t PORTKAll by Bicr stadt, Y.. is the one sent 1 bv Mrs. GirSe-d to Qaeed I Victoria. Superior to aaest Eny'vV. Size for tramin g toisi, SI by rr.ad. Wanted. E. li. Trscat,-?:? Broadway. N.Y. G10F1ELD': 0,000 Aen-iS VToatad tr Safa ot contains the fnllbistory of 'i.'.'Oa'doTeaLM lifs aadiiasnrtiiy aaa,iiit; -a. Suryvai:re&'.m"iit.,jaLii, Jiineri obsequies, t;c. Tae bsLcaanca c ynr;riil to mAMinonf-y. B-areof "-su unay" iTsr-jnm. Tau m;-M.v aatheniii' aiid -a:,y r.i;?.; rtec ttolrmir lTTfM iresi :nu ilnestwd pcrusi.. i.iLr Urii a .Ci.-cul.irs fr. AaATCSS ' ATIWtL ITzuzxq Co., riillaJ?:;?!, I1UV24.V .X I1KJ CMLY DAUUHTEH CURED C-THE Cn.-OU" DTip v ilt J.'liO t iLii?. Vhesi death vvss emedies Iiavi::-.- faiie expenraer.tin -1 -.- al ana I-r. oin'.t - was a lnanv hcibs of alolltta. ho acCi!ieLt;i-.y m:t'.;e a ptc ;ira tiou which enred his ritiy chiiJ of ( on 8lli!ip:j(ii. I lis cbild is now in this country, and enjoyi't the he;-: cf Itcaith. has 1 roved lo the world that Rliuipiiotl can be p.-.-itivel;.- urn! perma nently cured. Tiie D.-ctor now ives ;his liecipe free, only asking two thn c-cent stamps to pay expenses. This herb also cures Night Sweats, Nausea at the Stomach, will break up a fresh cold in twenty four hours. Address Craddoek & Co., H.;;2 Street, Piiiiedelphia, naniiu; this Pper. r.ov-lwMico ACr.STS WANTED f-ro-ir N'W BOOK coileetittn t-t his rnust re fg I't-teetivt-stori'i a ysisw thrillimiaiid htzard- S fi I ', f cases, taken from t.ri. a M I records, ami neveh EKroKE er-itcisuFD. Pr, aim sens erv rs.in.I.v ei,d t,- ,'v,r, !a'.l''ru'-"- A'l-lress, NEW ESG- -TTiPrcIessional i-i ti: rr.i.-.ivcj "t'tsc-.T liliistrHtet' low in - cr- DW- a -'1' UOl jS, 61 Coruu-1. Bos- UWI --X tUIAVU