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I She aigMiin'd Jciv. i llJ,SJIi)l;iK OHIO: THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1882. , ; TOWN AND COUNTRY. A. HARMAN, - - - local Editor. "Whou Top." TIio Telephone in a fixed fact. Mr. 1'lrir Kloune Iiiih relumed from West Union. (Irecnlicld has it new bunk, with n inpiliil of . 50,000. Col. 1-'. .T. Picnrd lius none on ruilroud business. to Columbus Hon. .1. .1. l'lisl-y speut Sundiiy his fainilv in llillsboro. villi Mr. A. Hewitt, of Cincinnati, linn been the g(ient of friends hero for several (lays. Judge JaincN H. Thompson returned home from Washington ('. H. last Satur day. Miss Lilln Hart returned on Thursday lust from n short visit to friends ut Colum bus. In iinother eolntnu will be found an obit uary notice of 'Key. Henry Turner, mi old resident of this city. The Whist Club was eniertiiined on 'J'htirs day night by Mrs. F. W. Armstrong, at their elegant residence in the Kast End. Two men, supposed to be part of the gang which robbed Hiler, the old llrown County farmer, last week. have b 1 arrested near Fulton. Judge Gregg returned home lai. Satii-day, lifter it week devoted to the Highland Coun ty Court Docket. He found it light and easily handled. i)r, and Mrs, V. 11. Davis, desire to re turn their hincerost thanks to the numerous friends who have shown sympathy in their lato bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. John T. KUiott, of Indiu- polis. were also guests of Mr. and Mrs, Dowers last week. All of the above persons are relatives of Mrs. II. Miss Lillian Curtis, of St. Louis, for several weeks the guest of Mrs. Jus. Wood row, of East Main Street, will start home ward on Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. (!. H. Jones and Miss Hetty Jones, of Cincinnuti, returned home on Monday, after a pleasant visit at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. liowers. Sheriff Long took the two tramps, who go under the assumed names of Frank and Charles Jones, to the Penitontiury, on Mon day; one fnr 20 nnd one for 18 months. The Rev. Dr. D. J. Starr wont to Dayton last AVedncHday, to perform the wedding ceremony at the nuptials of his nephew, Mr. H. F. Shaffer and Miss Allie Muinma, of that city. Mr. Jack Collins snorted last week for Texas, where he goes in search of health, and possibly to remain permanently, in business. He goes first to New Orleans and then to Houston, Texas. The Sixth Assembly Dance, which was to transpire cm Monday, Jan. ilOth, has been indefinitely postponed on account of the re ligious meetings now in progress at the churches ill this city. Mr. 11. S. Qtiinu returned home from Denver, Col., last week, having left Mrs. Qtiinu there for the benefit of her health. AVe are glad to say that she has been much benefited by the change of air. Mr. Adolph Koch -etnrncd last week from 1D)( Springs, Ark:., nmch benet.ited in health. la has, wo understand, told out liis bitsi UCHK in this city und will shortly return to Hot Springs to locate permanently. Mr. Walter Kudisill, nephew of Dr. Doyle, of this city and for two years past a student of dentistry in Cincinnati Col lege, leaves next week for Orange County, Florida, where ho will remain a year or more, for the benefit of his health. F.IHb Lylu, the boy who sustained a severe Accident by having hisleg caught in a buggy wheel, lust Saturday week, is recovering. t il, Imped tlilt tl;e beck en ligatures are V.uiUiug, im4 that ft, stiff lea,! limy be (ivoided. Mr. Sam Bennett, of Rich ml, Ky., left on Monday afternoon, after a pleasant visit lit the residonoe of Mr. J. W. Patterson, of East Main Btreet. Mr. Bennett is u student at Yale Colleg whither he goes to re sume his studies. James Sullivan, w hose arm was so fright fully crashed under the car wheels a few days ago, is still sulleriu:! gieat agony, and i; nijt yet cu'ti(iu that aiijputijtiqn will not ln necessary. r, Shepherd hopes to shah the arm, but will give no positive usMiirance that ho will lie able to do so. for several days. For Be vend dayn past, there has been on exhibition iu the window of Mr. L. Det wiler'a business room on East Main street, a portrait of the lute Joseph Bently, a ven erable and respected citizen of this city. Tho portrait IB the work of Mrs. Detwiler, in praise of whom, as an artist, it iH supcr rliios to speak. It in copied from it small t.ictnre of Mr. Bently. taken several years ,i,foi.e Ian cle.iUi, unit iii theLetoi.0 'yoipijjer .,,.l,iii!t titMi w f I hati l.i.t, ill hu. Elsuwhi re iu this issue will be found complete accouut of the tlual scenes iu the (luiteuii trial. The verdict was received lato Wednesday night last.. In Hillsboro tho news of Guiteau's conviction was re ceived with surprise, chiefly ut the tpiick verdict, followed by u feeling of profound rtdief und Biitisfuctiou. Little cxcitemcut I n j ii.ii.it- i.h luiiuii- i.iuiou in.,, hciutu AA'n Iris g tilt; lnXt. iW' i.i,' lh' inntiti )V,i',ld have si.iislicd tfaS ' pcdpl they " had Iiuu impi i.s'st.d by ' the iiib llit nt" fair P.: I'so ot Judtj (ttx and jiit, Coiilj-ol of tusij bu,1 know that ull would end well. I T.i,llt ilH'llfW of HI10T 'lVl-clsv'4 ( '' " T ' ! MlSK 1,U'.V I'M' killilil (.r ( lii Cd. Ml it visitor at 111" It-id' 1 .Mr W. II. 'I I'iniLl, . Iv.fct I "ll.l. 'I'lic institute i lil' l'lainliii lit. il'ill' .illKf I fur llio night nf l'cb. did, lmi been post poiicl .n iiocoiiid of tin' w tick of iaootiti(;s now lieinH lc-ld ill tli'i 1'r shyterinn church. Mr. m d Mrs. Piter Steiiunetz, of Win- In stcr. came to tlii-1 ily on Monday to Ht- tend the funeral of Mr. Joseph S.-hott, father of Mrs. Sleiunielz. Also Mr. Louis Schoot, of Aurora, Iud., a son of the deceas ed, enme to-day. for that purpose. Tin- thanks of Messrs lice Jlari'c for the creditable the Nr.ws arc due to e and Charles Weim-r, iiianii. r in which they have done the duties of foreman and com positor during the absence of the editor and shorthnnded condition of 111- pre room and eases. We feel justified ill calling attention to: the advertisement of ''Our Continent," in another column, 11 weekly niiigiuine pub. bulled at Philadelphia and edited by. Jude A. V. Tourgee, author of "A Fool's Er rand." From the published list of contribu tors, there can be little doubt that it will prove an excellent magazine. The fust number will appear Fell. 1. We und. rstaud that Mr. Wm. 1 taller, of this eily, has made application to the new j .Sixlli District ('olledm. for the position of Government store keep. r. Mr. II. tiler has ; a good war record, is a clever gentleman j and, more than all. is a correct, energetic business man of sound integrity. His ap pointment would i ertaiuly give great pleasure lo this community. Manchester "The mend Signal, West Union Items: e-rsoftlie Adams Conn! v liar. assisted by the County Otlieers, gae a fare well lianiplet to Judge Tarbell at the Dank Hotel on Tuesday night. 'I'he ladies were also present and added .cat lo the occasion. In addition to our own lawvers, Vlric Sloaiie, of llillsboro, and W. AV. Mcknight. George town, added not a little to the fun The supper was gotten up, and certainly was relished by the legal luminaries, judging from the way it disappeared." Air. Andrew Harry, formerly of this city, for two yea.is past a division eugineer on the location of the Denver ,t iiio Grande H. 11., is now in Santa Fee. An interest ing letter from him appeared in last wet k's llillsboro Gazette, in which he gives a his tory of some articles sent by him to his family. One of these is a bridle, the. bit of which is a wonder to eastern horsemen. The straps are made entirely of horsehair, ami woven in the most ingenious manner. Another is a Spanish stiletto, the history of which is traced back to the coming of Cortez. I I i t. i Thanks to the Press. In the absence of Mr Iloardman, editor of the Nkwh, those having charge, desire to return thanks to the Press, for sympathy extended to him in his present ailiiction. Among those to whom we feel under special obligations are, the llillsboro Gazette, Kip ley Bee und Times, Chillieothe Advertiser, Sabina News, Clermont Courier, Manchester Signal. Ripley Budget and Fayette County Herald. An Important Sale of Land. On Siur.rdiu . Ten. IK, i,n important sale of real estate of the lat.i Isaac Simpson w ill be had, at the door of the Court House, in llillsboro. By reference to another column a description of the va rious tracts may be obtained from the Legal Notice of sale. The sale of so large a tract of land is not fre quent, and it is anticipated that a large crowd of persons will be atirai ted here. either by curiosity or as purchasers. Partnership Associations Limited. Under the Ohio law. passed Apiil 20th. ISsd, providing for partnership associations, limited as to membership, term, capital and liability (Ohio Laws, Vol. 7, Page 21H), it in necessary for such associations to sign and acknowledge i statement in writing, setting forth certain tatutary sj.ocif.cations, and tile the statement for rt.et.ril w ith the County Recorder. Recorder beech informs us that blanks for such statements, have been sent to him, and if there are any asso ciations iu this eouuty of tin; character men tioned, they may possibly save themselves some trouble by giving him n call. Telephone. AVe are informed by Col. "Picard, who has ititerest-d himself in getting up a telephone exchange iu this city, that the forfy names, necessary to insure its esliiblir.lim. ut h im been subsci ib,a. At the neAt meeting or Council, peruds.sion will bo a.ikcd for the erection of poles. Not many weeks w ill ilapse la f.ii'fi the Exchange will be in oper ation. Incidentally, we might remark that the lists are open for the subscription of others. AVhon once its practical working is seen, we have no doubt of a large in crease in the numb, -r of persons, who w ill deem the use of the telephone lndispeu,siblo. Real Estate Transfers. Saii.i.el 1:. Ellis,, to Samuel Mieha,!, hi acres, ( I nil m tp c!"i0. AI. X. Eatikins, to S. P. Mi. led. 1,1 acres, t'nion towiiihip. if.'toll. David Hutton. to John at ii' s, Fuirtield township. Jason Alercer, to It. H. Barrett, . loo. lionar Sr., :l el New Eiexilii.!,,!,. k.l IMIO. Maiinett i l.i v ton. to AI Cliivlon aires. Hauler township, if 1100. Sheriff to Jsiiiu Troth. Lot in Lynch- burg, -f;tl7. 11. T. Wl.it;, to S. S. Storer, l'.l acres. Clay township. -S1.3IHI. S. S. Storer, to Samuel A. Lyons, premists. .loJOO. Same Farmers' Institute. a n hu 11,1,1 i asi ni(iitbcis i(iul il) )lij liiitii-bc-. of the hisnfc, i.j.p,s,i.s a ititit',cittittu io the farnit rs' of Highland county, from the committee appointed to draft a constitiUion and by-laws for the Farineas' Institute. The committee in the notice referred to culls a meeting for SATCRDAV, FEU. I. ATI O'CLOCK, ut the Court House in Ilihslioro. it tlieir institution so happily bt gunis to succeed, tin; coming meeting i will bt crowded to ovcrrlowiug. Jt. is e e-.in.,!-'t, hoj ed tui.t iivmeis unit' tha.-.f ill ( ,.,jv 'm'eiesli'd ' will' "s.o fo it' that 'i I ood ntteii.Iunce will be forth comine' uud - I fjml the' people' will put thcniselics to some . llicylli I ijion. eiiitjiiee to feet i (Ov. il on thll oecU; i..,ij RAILROAD NEWS. li. V II. T Tllr l-'itn. i. A M MAT I i:i;s. 11. n ,1 c.1.1., .,.,.1 ! Wort. bclwcll nciir Cliillicothe, m th- CinrinnatiA llo. k- ! Vallev railroial being pushed I ' grc.it .11. r-v. , 1'r.uii tire Chilli, olhe papers, we puhcr , me liiiorinatioii t mil .Mr. .1 nines ,i nrray. 01 Circle ille, leis taken a the road bed, tivsllcs, pipes, for n standard tu-e en A delphi and the contract to construct culverts and sewer gauge railroad, be Scioto Valley Pail- way. Mr. Murray is 11 responsible ma:i and s.r, s that li- lias no fear wiialevi r about getting bis money out of it. Ho gives bond to the company for the faithful performance of his contract and the Direc tors give ainjile securitv that his money will be forthcoming. :s 10 Hie route to In! mtopte.t, m all 111- rview with Mr. Wnldron, that gentleman sas, the road will touch Chiliicothc and run up I'nitil valley, provided that , ity comes down with To. 0110: otherwise it will be built to Kingston, Ibiss County, and lie lice, via ' 'iai bur ; and Yiemi:'., di-' a't to Fayctieviile. Nil d' liui!" news has been given for pub lication collet ruing the Columbus a:,d Maysville Kaiiroad. It is, however, inn!, r slood lhat the worl; of c; u,i ,1,1 ing the cou- Ivaeis for t'ue bi.;id;i,,; ,,f Hi., road, is being ste:el:!y ptl .iieii, ai. 1 that, inn sin.rl li,.e w w ill ha w lb- s.,tis!a, i i. i , i of pubbiii.ig .oinething to tho point. d. , To the Farmers of Highland County. The Committee appointed at the Farmers' Institute, to draft a constitution and liy Laws for a Farmers' Club in Highland county, have j r, an d and w ill be ready to pres-ail iheir f p. rt for adoption at a meet ing to he held at liie Court House in llills boro. Ohio, on S.VITUIIA V, the Uh i.av of l'i:iutcA!;v, Tss-2, at 1 o'clock P. M. All persons interest, ,1 in A -l'icult arc, Iloiticil ture. Stock UaiMng. or Farming in any of its departments, are t ariiestly invited to be present. Wii.i.i am 1 1. TllIM llt.K. A i.ciiosso I Iaist, John E. Hi oiiKs, W. W. II. lk'n' Jan. M. lss-2. Conmiittve. GRETNA GREEN. THE MECCA OF HAPPY KENTUCKY. LOVERS. .lust folly luiies south of llillsboro lies Aberdeen, now ser-nely awaiting the Col. lumbus A Maysville Railroad, of which it will be the southern terminus, at least for some time. Wo know little of our, soon to be, neighbor; nothing in fact, save as we hear through an occasional paragraph, of hurried marriage ceremony being performed within its romantic prcsinctsovcr impatient lovers from the "Blue Grass," and the. not ur.frequent. pursuit of indignant papas, with the comedies enacted upon their late arrival. AVe take the following brief information from our exchanges, concerning the town and the two individuals who have rendered it famous for all lime to come "T'.e Town of Aberdeen Is situated on the i orfhi"St c h ' f (he Ohio Fiver, oiiposu 1 ' Maysviiie. hcntii. ky, arid ihe uppcf port.oo of the town was laid ofi by Nathan Ellis in lslft, who was one of the early pioneers at that time. It has since had several addi tions: one by Janie Power, Sen., and thr -e by John S. lit asi y, which comprises tie lower part of to'.va. It has a population of about hill), and li es the visual nunibi r of business hous.s. mii'iuf.icbu'ies, churches and schools, as any other town of its size on the Ohio River. "Aberdeen derived its name from Aber deen. Scotland, ami has been the olace where nil the young people whose parents were av- rs- to their getting married, came ' over the river to Aberdeen, tho Gretna',' Grwtt of Amenta, and had their wantscon- ' sinnmated by old Esquire Shelton. then ' acting as a Justice of Peace. He was elect- ; ed to that otticc in lslli, and held it until Febuiiry. )M'.'.I. vl;en Ik. riic.i) hid ing le-ltl t the. iilli. e I... jiity .;l,i-uc. ict.i's. Dtiring that time In. niairie.l mer four thousand coupl-s I Alter the dentil of Mr. Sheiton, Masiie Beasiey was elect",!, cud is still iu ofli a . Mr.lleas'ey h;is l..ai'ried aboul. two thousand persons." In an intei'Viciv with Rsipiiro Jiai.ley a few days ago, he volunteered the following, as his method of proceeduro in tying tin knot: "Whtgi the young lovers co.iin to In- joined iti wedlock, he has a witness or two tin ban, hand without much ado, he speedily marries then: with these words; "Do you both, by virtue of your n(ai vi:: .;e lens, pildge to each other. yo;:i pll-hled fail!; in Ic.ly wctloi lr, to jive wit;,, l,.,,i, hoi,,,- and ol.ty each other as a dgtifnli husband und wife, thereby forsaking: all oth.'i's. ii'id livi'c: for ea-h oMier alone till it shall please Almighty God in the w is lorn of His Providence to seperuie you both by death. To this do you both agre. a'" ' Assent being given he adds:. "inasmuch ns you have plighlod your faith iu holy wetllo. k by virtue of the mar- riage vows between you. and ihe same being witnessed by Almighty God and these wii- nesses here irt st at. you have le-alH ,c. knowledgetl yoitiscb ', ,b,Ull, ,,!l,l Wl'.e'. f 1 J-u is tiom ;sl." to ."co1', upon the pay. mtilit of which, he gicsu cerliticale. of mar- riiigu to the happy husband and they take their departure. ! 1 . I COMMON PLEAS COURT. 'I'l l--.lj.IV, -I il, t,'V'. 'I Iii- State ol ( diio s. 1 i-au'k ,,ii,."., id' as Jitlian, anil Charles Jones, ulias Harrv Atlams, Hurglary and Larceny. Plea of guilty. Frank Jones sentenced to Peniten- tiary for 'JO month months. Charles Jones,- Is Stat, same parties, lloilsebri aking. Nolle. .le-me 1-iiol.ei: .s. Sauili I-;. Binl.ttr. j)i, vou-t' "runted pli.iniitt. The past week in court bus been uncom monly dull in the way of buaiuesb. Judge Asa Gregg sat fr im Tnes lay to Frid ay lust; Judge Tliimipson having t-x- . changed places 1 su return, d n with him. Ju.lge Tlio.iip t Saturday and on M.m my j ussumed the bench only 1 ,1,, , diet iu the f c. to slul'a a vii.e-.t , hl Vi. ,n Fr.. k Hoi c.ihe has been ci ir:iiiueti to a liit-.-r day iu the tern. Mr. ieorjs-e Jrake, 4S Oak street, ludiau ajiolis, Ind., siill.O'ed terribly with 'water' rheiimatisin. lit1 used St. .Jacobs Oil 'ut.t - wiih eniirelv cured. . . ,.r; t ,,1 OBITUARY. V "A 'i- I '1' HI Ml Imw. In. !. " Villi- ;;"! T tw JCIlti inn! tlirc'', l:lil:tll-. li W. II. ('. livin. died lit t Til' -nee ill thin city. He liiid 11 and Mrs i'v ''siil "'I'"''"'! v-rimm eomplainls for several ''. IIHI-OT1IIK ,i.,M:illl'K,.l,r,,:,iM,. put liv of the coiuinutiiiy in their ailiiction. I'he funeral services, on Thursday efter noiiu, were conducted by the Uev. Dr. Yun- CI, e and Dr. Loyd, of the M. 1'. Church. REV. HENRY TURNER. "Died At the St. Ch.ol, s Hoi, age. Mo., .laiiuai v 2 lib Ixvi, He 1. Carih ,. Henrv 'I'urner, aged years." This is.the brief notice sent to us, of the iith of en old resident of Highland coun ty, in reviving a recollection of whom we arc sure hundreds of old citii ns will be in ter "Sled. We know but little of the e vents jit he close of his long life, the last few y ars of which have les-i p .ss. d in tie- West, is. h,nvi-r, not difficult f,,r even It the young' r meiiibt is of th recall his ii), right life w hii, his worth as n jmblie spirit iol:,evhat cceelltvic n a. I'm hinmmty, to our niidet ; ( it i.-n : his el 111- bvoad- r - more prominent fact that, whiie en e.l for year, in the hurry and turmoil of active business life, he y-t pivs scien-e void of offense, and til ir. ,1 ri sped of all i'liese;. 'fh P 'V. Henry liii'icr v. a ift'i. lsiu i ir i; .,,.... i: At an ea.'iv taue of his life, he, rved a con couiiilence , born F county, i : ' i " r tno , b.lsoe Liisiiie-'s .sfully n , remove. led s of he ntil 1 lo to P.aiubri,!- geiieral lil'l' and w, :il ialo th haudise. This tool. "1 md main;',' 1 sue,-, . car I -i'-'.si, v. hen ., about th, llillsboro most of 1 Ill th.' l.itt-r place h, passed u blisi- , moled is life, actively eu-.c't d ii iv .ss pursuits, until I'-a'.s. vil u l.e r, to ?diss-.ini. afterwards lo Kansas a; hack again to Mi-som'i. vhere he up to tunc of his ,! ath. Abo t i llle of ll is 1 elitio a' to llillsboro, il he was iiiai'fi, ,1 to Mar;.;, daughter ,1 tic ,1 Dr. ster of John Boyd oi Mi'. J. M. P. having did March. Is".;!. Paint tow.tship, an yd living in this i,i Is.". I. he a, l I,. Mis. Martha M. arr.e.l in Caldwell. sister of Mrs. Poor, a resident of llills boro, who survives him. A brother, .Mr, llivans Turner, of Illinois, and a sister. Mrs. Ann P.cnn. r. of llaiubritlge, O. also survive him. II-had l; i children by th tiisl iieu'rieg l!y th- last, tin re wt.ic.slx. two of '.v.ioiii ai',- still living in Missouri. 'I he el, his i; fo was greatly sadden but during most of wealthy. At different -s. d of a great mass of ,ro ami i ic iuity: many ss houses and residences through his thrift and ed by liaaitcial loss, his life, he was times, he was .,.,,; property in H.lisl of ourprcsent bush, hal ing been built enterprise. Unite early in lit' he was licensed to ft rent e, and. al short portion of preach by tin' M. E. Co though a comparatively his life was passed as an itinerant, yet he kept up his connection with the church, as local preacher, always. I I SIMPSON EVANS. 1'. - fr-in 1: ;ur . t, ' lll,'l llU; one io j j j J 1 1 ! f j ' On Saturday morning last, shortly before one o'clock. Air. Simpson Evans, dietl at sitien e !! miles . ofth of Hillsboro. I in oi .'othe. o. ii,... Ian Mir.- Ft .r.'iii.n; Evans, weil known as an old resi dent of Hillsboro. nnd was born April "'.til l, Isoj at the el l l.iaie. homestead in Clear Cive Vu.lcy. Rather a vetnarkable peculi , arity of the deceased was. that amid the eh a'.ges and i emoi als of tin; period iu w hich he lived, which seized upon his neighbor hood, iu common with all other parts of what was Ihen new western con tttv, her.. , , o cd i birth, at th.; be,, lining of the cen to the .'a;e of his death, wedded to . of t :;s!eiic.e, tie: si,u,e It,,,, lily a eflielliis. Thck.ttul tU.ppedolV, . . i c aa.l ho tiuiitly, among the last of I ... ,. to hi iters ol that lieautitul valley, last rest, and was carried past ryhou.se whole his eyes had first i to ihe light. va. married in 1S2" to Ntucy Di!;k , '. be hiiri i ed th.iriy-one years. :,,!,iieu was tic; r-s::lt of the union, -lane, Wife of Wni.lludtliic!;, Dayton, Allen, Adclphos, Moilissa, wife of Itinoain. Highland county, Susan A., V: Eii I I l ..la. ,v ,'e of Wm. Rit.'h. Texas. Amos, a well k io.v.i thcilist of llillsboro. Mary, wife of I: j. Simps m. Highland county, I'. ti ,'i.;,n. il I e' AJiecl '., at V. : le .v'.o, O j.,'.-. el t. Ai. Riidduck, Hud Samuel, now dead. , f.ites were held ut tno rcs . ... ,i, eased, on Sunday ufier. Ic v. II". McSureh. oiti., dating. At th, l.llri;..1 let' ids Veil iltlUbol'O ' as '.Vi-re .akca for I .' i [...] j . " , , , ; l.titl died ul , ,,1, s. ' family i.i I,, an a.'l.-i llilisb, l.U Sen.',, I'he dt ceased w is born Alalvh i.i the Province of laitlen. Geri 111, having previously mari'ic in. -veil w ith his family to America "ith, I so. I. lauv. In I. he re- Cillciu'a tie 1'esid ,.i..tiiel, is a pi c l,f I- I -1 11 1 1 .aide Tlu-re the , x- ut i.e. came lo 1 ever since. I'Usboro, His wile ' V.'.ele ) if, 1 ah. 1 dren. M ':! t. s ago, 1, living four ciiil. -. u wi.loiv, und Joseph, llillsboro, Lena Steiu O.. and Louis. Aurora, i both residents i metz. V, lnchesi El, liana. Mr. S, hott adopted ihe trade of ol., elll'lv ill life, ill v hie', l.u i .-, ':ii,-d . C ;-!'. e.tlll- vl i ,.:,:-. I, v-ady nnvcinittent effort, t-.i,.ntot.i years of li in life in this 1 1 : t t.-.'H i 111 foi.,noiniiy, he. hits proven himself in nil re spects an estimable citizen und one whose d ilh wiil be sincerely regretted. He was i. ,n a n.ei.iber of liny church at liie time of his i'., Ihc P 'I'l, rtiii. a'.th-,, ,-cs, ) tl-iua li, v Hi. constant uttonduul of . liiir, h. M.-Sinl 'V . w. tU t nr. lend i.-.ysi 'Ihe d this (Tuesday) t I'.iei the church. af- A Father's Testimony. ,',., ,:'1 y, ii,y Al. 1 jsl, i.M Ii .V (Uk: My little .'" il "f "el. lihlllev ,Tiv the . 1 , t voi.,1 S.,l'c l.itlucy uud Eiver ( luis.. M. C. BEYMEE. The Revival in Hillsboro M. E. [...] r.-st ,-i I li-'oiis ml ak. ". .1 in 11. lumen. 1 d ily l' Ihc mc. lilies ' ks in the Method fit roe wt t ag.i Church ecins to be increasing and nig. The number of see), I'resentlllg tin in. I selvt s at the alter of prayer, has not been so grt at as during the preceding weik, yd some have been forward at every service and no night has passed without from two to ten conversions. The church was throng at tho three services held last Sabbath, and is filled every night beyond its seating capacity. Persons have come from distant purls of the county to attend the meetings ami hate expressed surprise and gratifica tion at the extent of this great work. Let ters have been received from different points containing requests for prayers, and assurances that the work is being prayed for elsewhere than in llillsboro. Services in the Methodist Church Wednesday and Saturday afternoons at !J o'clock; on Thurs day and Friday mornings at. X o'clock, mid in t!i.i evenings at 7 o'clock. The good effects of (his revival are seen in the large attendance at the temperance meeting Sab bath afternoon, and in the number of per sons who signed the pledge. ( or PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH deep religions fci iiug of the last few we, ks is not coiilimd to anv one church hut is shared by th" members of all. At toe i'"sl,y,or:all . mnvii. this feeling- has la .i i,,.i !, i.i'.nif, st i a series ,,r meet j in;.', which commenced mi Wednesday last and ai'.- still in progress. Since their ,.,. in, ii, -mciit llm audience room of tin- chitr. h has been f,H, ,1 each night to overflow ing w ilh anaiAious profoundly int,, rested throng of people. Here, as ill tile Methodist chur h, ':ilia, r ,:is conver.sions and ace, ssions to too i "O.reh hale been tile result. Qui.-i a noti, able I, at, ire. a,l one which cannol but effect the greatest g.,,,,1, K the p, rfeci cordiality cNisUng between the in iiibers of this and other congregations in 11; pre.;, e.t religion, york. This was slrik- ingiy '.lustra!, d on last Monday morning. when the c!os. ,1. par; .,r tl 1-v.v.l il : Methodist pi-aver meeting, just iipti'd ils. lf i,i. .,,! bceuuie ' tile,' which iinmcdiatelv fob th- Vresl rian Lecture room. I resbyt. riaiiism and Aletho.lisiu ar one. I !' tile nollnce. M,eti:,:,'s. until further notice, will li-M al this church daily ut '.i o'clock A. and. al 7 o'clock V. M. li t STRAIGHTENED OUT. THE REV B. M. CARSON'S ACCOUNTS ALL RIGHT. 'I'he following eoiiiiiiuiiicatioii was re ceived from Leosburg, too let,. f,. public,,, tiou last week : "Emrou Nf.ws. At a meeting of the leading citizens and business men of this place, held in Hillard's Hall last Friday. Key. Carson showed clearly that the charges made against him were false. The meeting closed by adopting, without a dissentin vote, the following ; Wiavnn, Certain uew,.naper publications and neighborhood rumors a.ul insinuations have been mad.; apainst Rev. B. M. Carson late pastor of the A. M. K. Church of this place, detrimental to his character and stand ing as a minister of the Gospel, in the mat ter of tho collection and disbursement of funds in his effort to erect a church edifice m the village of Leevburg ; and. y.'f' .:,, 11.. J,--;, ,,cd.7ii ci'l .,,,-1 factory statement of the monev received and disbursed ; therefore. lu.vdrKl, That he be anil is hereby fully exonerated from all of said charges. -' Please insert the above ami oblige mauv warm friends of Rev. Carson. Respectfully, S. AI. Taouaht. " 'I'he above is the result of a visit to Lees burg by the Rev. B, M. Carson, during w hih he had l, barges against himself there, i-hi;, ini esiigated. CUTTING AFFRAY. END OF AN INGERSOLL ARGUMENT. Special to the News. GiirxsriM.u, ,;A.v. i;i. A serious ciiltiu.t i.tli'ay oecured here last Tuesday evening in front of Siptire .1 Eld ri. k'.s drug siore. bctwaa u Mr. S. E. Brat ton, a batcher of this place, and a man by the name of Henry C. Evans, a patent wire fence builder. The two men had been talking earlier in the. evening; ltboiit Bob Ingersoll. Tahnage and Giti-t an, when they both got mad tu, v.iv.itcl to Ught. Howev- . ei, ,..e ll,ss at tilts ;. .lie was iplieted down without uny trouble and was thought to be all settled. Thi- i-ham-t-d to meet e.o-ain ut the drug store between '.I and 10 o'clock, when the iptarrcl was resumed. The two in, n scenic 1 determined, and nothing short of a tight would settle the trob.ble. Thev j st-ppcit out on the street, as Mr. S.piir,. p, ,d i t.,1,1 thein he did not w.u,t lb. -m ,,-,.-, iiug : in his store, and on m,., ji,K ,,ut of the door ihe le-l a, ....lolht-lie.-d. lirallou drew a ; j-ittl'. ..ltd made for his man iu earnest, j Ei. ins. .seeing the danger he was in. made an attempt to dodge under lirui ion's uvu, i a-,.lg.t ! l-.iek into the store, 1 ;t, lautton I j caicd.t him aud Used l,i- l,i, ii,. with terrible j l lie. t. I',;,l,. IVy l.lltl cull, tl for help. Sollte l pa, lit.:; iu ,u by heard his cries, rush,. d to I 111- scene and separated the men m- mutters I might of been worse. The knife peuelr.it ! , .1 a t-iibbt r coat a:i ov, rcoat a dit cut a j "si 'd three shirts, showing plainly th.it ; tin: ciittUt struck with the intention of doing some injury. Evans was taken into the drug store ami medical uid summoned. Dr, Frank Wilson ume und dn -,s,nl tb,i wm,i,,lM !aud had the w.-Hiiuiei! '.',,1,11 ;..n,t.ved to the ' V l.i:,; V.. ,1,31. v.i.ei.i he now lies in u v rv , sote uu. weak condition. His wounds were I deep mid long but not necessarily fatal. With proper care he will pull through. Both men had been drinking, or the tight would not have occurred. The cut iu the hip must have penetrated or severed some. ligaiure, for he was unable to moat, . lrt, f,.r some days. 1-. .. t, fining tl. Use . t .1. e llntttou now comes up 'ib'k ) ''" docs not rcuieiuber anything about the tight, in, r where nor how it oc curred. Strange one man can carve another to pieces and not know it. No ft,,(. been made yet. ""' Aru-.i nil the. m'iiini-uts about ,-h. ipnes ami ijuumy u appears that Or. Bull's Cuiiyli 'Syrup is the lu st remedy lm ilu., cure of (Viinhsund Colds ever ottered to the public. I The j,vL-.j In only 2o cents a bottle, and every druggist iu the laud sells und recom mends it. UNION SCHOOLS MONTHLY EXAMINATIONS, THE MONTH ENDING JAN 27TH 1882. HIGHEST TEN GRADES IN EACH ROOM. A Iraiiunnr. J. AI Kay. Teacher Lizzie ic Cliuney 07), Jessie Chanev '.is. '2-11. Msg denu 07. Leon Wulker Ol'.V. Charlie Gamble '.Ml. Mattie Foster 0! 1. Maud Cox 0t, Mag gie lleistand 01. Hetlie DevallOil 7-11, Hen ry Beesou ',:P,. H Griiinmar, M. R. Foniker, Teacher Mattie I'tiuan 07, AVillie F.dmonston '.lO-j, Anna Vbrig 'M. liyrdie Doggett 00 f-0, I'.mina Woollas "o."i 1-0. Mollie Moore On, Fannie Kibler tit:'. Jlinnie Shields !HL Susie P.ales 0:t M-0, Mary McClauahan 0.1 1-K Mary ISrown 0J 1-K. A Intermediate, Bertha S. Reekly. Teacher- (iraee Ambrose Oli il-lo, Stella Mutldox OH, Eidu Shack Oo 10-11, Carrie AVetmore il."., Allie Vai 01',. John Dourly 0J, Homer SIcKeehan 02 fi-0." Frank Foniker 02 11-10. Mollie. Lemon 02 2-0. Maggie Winegardner 01. P. Intermediate, Sarah J. Lambert, Teacher-Louie Viiisonhaler '.Mi 7-H, Julia Will iiinis O t-',, Etta Govt 017-0, Lucy Morrow Oh'. Alary Smith Oil,'. Alice Oonk 00',. Net tie McCoy Oil',, Georgeiiua Richards Oil 1-H, .MiiL'.'ie 1'hriu Oil 1-H. Mainio Fletcher 02 .VH. C Intermediate, Sarah E. AVilliinns, Teach Willie Chancy 071. Willie Aluddox 04, Fr.-d AleClurt; Oil 1-7. Frank Siniiison 02 0- Willie I'lenuuing 02 1-7. Harry Rrooksbank 0-7, Annie Hovt 01 .'1-7, Jennie Wiggins 0i:i-7. Eon Nulton 00 .V7 Ada AVetmore 00 n-7. A Primary. Emma J. Doggett. Teacher P. ail li. live 0s' Alice Beard OS, Feekin Wnlkt r OS. Ella Jarnagiu HS, May Jarnagin 07. James heeeh Oi'..-., Mvrtle Cowman 00, Guy lie kle hi'.. Iloiiii'i-Cox OH. Joe Carrol 00 ' I! Primary. Maria AE Woodrow, Teacher Haltie Mahan 100. Tillie Krohne O'.l. Oli vor Stevenson '.17',. Minnie Krohne 07l..F.de- in liarin s '.17. Davie Glascock !M!'. I'essii I'tmiin 0,',-'. Lizzie Eiirus 0L. Henry Nailor Oil, Pearl Diimeuil 0''.. C Piiniarv. E. Marie Chancy, 'I'.aeht-r -Maggie Detiviler OH. Clara Pence OS. Nellie Farm 07. Florence liarsha 07. Isabel Keech 0.".. Irene D-I'.viler '.'"i, Harry .Miller 01. El mer Ediu, instou 01. Lallie ltichar,ls Oil. 'barley -lohu.- lon '.IE Attention is invited to the Atlantic article entitled "Studies iu the South,", the fust of which appeared in January, and the second in the February issue. They are written by tin- author of the article on "Certain Dangerous Tendencies in Ameri can Life" w hit h attracted so niuch attention at the time of its appearance. The w riter visited the South under peculiarly favorable circumstances for the purpose of making a niinule "xaniination of all features of South ern so ':d anil domestic iife. industry, and inauufac ui'es. as well as the soil and climate of the ditl'erent sections, und in these papers he uinis to report with ubsolute exactness the facts us he saw them. It is no exagger ation to say that the urlicles convoy a more full und satisfactory statement of all the con ditions of the South than has over been made before, und they are exceedingly picturesque and interesting. PUBLISHER OF ATLANTIC MONTHLY. Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly. Tho February number isprotuptly before us, with its usual abundance of entertaining and instructive rending and fine embellish ment. It opens with a most interesting article by Richard B. Kimball, "Loudon and its Lord Mayors,-' with twelve illustra tions. "The Alhumbra.-' by N. RobiuRon; "SpjdeiV Webs," by G. Butler: "The Great Tone-Poets," by Noel Ruthviu; "Fashion in Deformity. " by Prof. ITower, and "The Manufacture of Soap in Ancient and Modem Times," by Prof. Charles A Joy, replete with interest and information, und are profusely illustrated. Carlton's serial, "Leouio, Empress of the Air," is continued: and thare ure Short Stories and Sketches, by R. V. Hastings, Thomas S. Collier, Sir. Randall Roberts und other favorite authors. Tho lovers of poetry will be delighted with tho illustrated puouis, "The Willow Pattern" aud "Tho Diver," a ballad etc. Tho miscellaneous articles, paragraphs, etc., embnice a large variety of subjects, amus ing and interesting. Each number contains 128 pages ijuartti, uud over 100 illustrutions ; the colored title-pago of the present one is entitled "Love's Young Dream." from ft picture by A. Jotirdau. A single copy is only 2." cents, or -"il a year, sent postpaid. Address Fkask Lksi.ii., Publisher, 5;!, ?? ,v ".7 Park Place, New York. HhtrktC'xtfl for -Tuiuiury bus been repub lished by the Ekonaiid Scott Prni.isnisu Co., II Barclay street. New York. The ap pearance of the magazine has been much improved, and the price of this, as well as of all the other reprints, has been greatly reduced, ami they are now cheaper than ever. The principal contents are as follows : The Open lloor." A very exciting ohost story. "On Some of Shakespeare's 1-Vmnle Char acters. Juliet. IV." Wo gladly welcome unolher of l.ady Martin's charming letters. Iu ihi t.no she dwells upon her personal eNperienccs anil also holds out il promise of more "isl things in the future. "Inside Kuinvati." An account, histori cal and descriptive, of the "Holy City" of Tunis, which has been secluded ironi the busy world for centuries, ami was occupied by the French last October. "A liirds-eye View: in u Letter from l.el Alp," u critical essay on Iws.ks and writei-s, the works- noticed including poetry, history, and bioLfii, .by. oilerido Muroinuliu." A description 'of some sixty odd volumes now iu posses sion of the British Museum, which, having formerly belonged to Coleridee. are tilled with his maroinal notes, from which many tpiotutions ure e;iveu. "Finance AVest of (bo Atlantic," in other words, free tih and protection in the I'niie, Mutes and Canada. Hillsboro Market. HILLSBORO, Feb. 2, 1882. licnicr ure paying the ft Ut n inx prices for ! proline : . Wheal ir 1.2.Vo l.;t.rn Tii'n 7f)-,)at im 1:1 1 1 niiotl, v Sl,s iiiti a.7u ; l'ltiur, rut. ira.2.ifa ! '. ' ' 1 J M. oisiVn :l: I'otuloes, H,"if,i 'M ; H, 101s I AMV,i2.2u; 1)1 led .Vpplt-s 4'a 5 : lll ietl Peat-lies -rui 7 ; l't aelu- ti.Vo 4o ; Hatter IWu 2.") ; Ens IH; lui.l U'u 12 ; Uhv i; ltr pj ; lave Clin kenf l I Oi 2.5il ; lJitss, tl ('hit kens 1. 1 licit ., Ml -, l'lt-, Turkey h'e il ; Live 'i'lirkt-yH ti'aO!j'; llo-s . - . e m-t,si, ; l. utile Kl'osii H! fe o. ijl-otieries retail us Iolloun : r,. t. Miuur h' '.h relined tlia 12; Kio ( otlee lt,ti 1H; Java 2.rt,a Jfh Cheese 17fad8; l-'Uiur eX'lficwt. 7.0 bbl. lllick wlieut Plolir iMi civt; N. O. .Volnsmia 7ti,r .10 Soiitlmm 5Jitiaii; Homiiiv 4; hunswlm hiuI Olno twit il.WHtut.7u; Clover boed iyj,au.o.Otl Htvpliiig do. eu. bo. pnhli .1,. is ,.f .'"''- "-. If. "'. in the pri.- pii!-- ,. ijm ot He , u i ny V ; I',. i,t ,,,r . bl tlitrv oft" r Ihe. f.,11 - s,:i one to nml. -20.lM: I'o the person Mling uh which is the shortest verse in tle Old Testament Senp- tnrt s by February 10th, 1HH2, w-o will ivo t'iO.IHI in gold ns a prize. The money will be rivuHlcd to the winner February loth, IXK2. 'Ffmse who try for the prize must send 20 ct.s. in silver ftui postage stamps taken i with their answer, for which they will reetaVvc the Alurch number of the Month ly, in wliii will be published the name and address irf fh w inner of the prize, with lh correct answer thereto. Cut this out; it mny be worth 20.()0 to you. Address, Rt x M noi: Priii. isiiinu Company, Euston, l'a. .Iaii2('.w2 Wo usiiiilly lcnve if fo doclors of recommend medicines, but Parker'H Ginger Tonic, has been Houseful in our family in relieving sickness nnd suffering, Hint we cannot Kay too much in its praise. Salem Argus. dec;22wl STONES IN THE KIDNEYS STONES IN THE KIDNEYS and Bladder Expelled-Long Suffering. one of Troy's Best People. one of Troy's Best People.-A Lucky Man, It is by no means a strange thing that Dr. Kennedy should havereceived the following letter. By reading it you w ill see in one llllllUle way .la s Audi- us was thankful : Troy, N. Y. April 8th 1880. ''. It. h'.nn.thj. l!i,'h.;t, .V. i'., Dim ii Stis : I'nt il w ithin a recent dale I for years KiiftV-red greatly from gravel, calletl by the Doctors- the Brick-duct Sediment. I 'or u bout a your this sediment has not passed oil iu the usual iiuuntitv, but bus accniuu- laled. causing me untold pain. Having hoard nl "Kennedy's Favorite Remedy," I tried it iu my case, and after usim- about one and one. h i!f bottles, 1 voided a stone from th- Bladder, of an oval shape. 7-10 of uu inch long, ami rough on its surface. I send you liie largest pici e that you may see of what il is composed. Since' then 1 have felt no pain. I now c insider myself cured, and cannot epr. ss my thankfulness and gratitude for so signal a deliverance from u terrible disease. Von have my consent to us-this letter, should voiiwisli to tin so. for tic- In n, tit of other sull'i rers. Voiirs truly, I l mi -; Avoklws. No. Ill Marshal St.. Ida Hill. When we consider that the medicine which did Ibis service for Mr. Andrews cost only one dollar bottle, it would seem that per sons alllicted in like fashion can afford the. expense ,,f testing its virtues. Get it of your druggist, or address Dr. David Ken nedy, Uoiiiloiit. . y. '-i-, Kennedy's Fa vorite Item, sly" for sale by all dril-'gisls. Iliicklcn's Arnica Salve. The best salve iu the world for (Juts, Bruises. Sores, Fleers. Salt Rheum. Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands. Chilblains, Corns, and all kinds of Skin Eruptions. Tujs Salve is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in every case, or money refund ed. Price 2." cents per box. For sale by SKYBERT ,t CO. novlTvl GREAT GERM DESTROYER. DARBY'S Prophylactic Fluid! SMALL POX ERADICATED. I ( uiurti'iii UL.-.iruvi.sL Kirk llnoiiispuritmluiMl JlUtlC IflfJlrlJUlt, Feveivil flint Sii-k iVr komk relieved ami ru i'ivnImmI ty ImthiiiL'i with lVimln luetic i.t,,;.i . Wilier. Soft, White ComplcN-j ions secured bv its use inhathinn. Impure tin- matte luirm-.a less und DtiriHe.l In- sprinkling Bailiv's l ho. i i, I purify the Breath. t l.-ause tlio Jet til. it can t be siirp:i,-scd. t uturrh relii ve.t and cured. Erysipelas cured. Burns relieved instant ly. Scurs lueventctl. lteinoics nil unpleasant otlors. ,-,. ,jl ItibAfiLtl E FEVER CURED.I ffiEscrsnasBjK,?HaSt)S. s 1 Pitting of SMALi POX Prevented UlocrH purififil aud ht alcd, KanKn'npprt' vcnt(;d and ciiTL-d. I'vMviiU-rycnrtvl. WuiuidriliLuli'd rupidlT, Scnn-y cured m Avt ,. tmn It is pi rfit-tlv liarnih tia '1 hroat it in a "'"'"'-"'' yaKgWIMIP Ull'THKKI.V -. ., ..,,, 1 KllUltll, (.'llHlor', d''l'-ih'd. d' tr prevented IV its list. In case of death in the house. It should al ways be used about tlit orpse it Mill prevent any unpleas ant smell. An Antidote for Alli um I or Vt'Kc tal ile Poisons, Stints, Ac. lJaiii,'croun cllluvias of sickrooms and hospi- leuitjvea iy im i'Xwrc. r j.i .mu ui.-,i. ; ; ; - In fact it is the great Disinfectant and Purifier. l'l:Kl'.i:n uv .1. If. 7KH.TV . I'l l .Man-ci AcriuiiNo Ciii:mists. SOEE l'ltol'lil i. Tvbs- novlllvltocnrniz.too The great superiority of DR. BULL'S CXJUGIl SYRUP over all other cough remedies is attested I by the immense popular demand j for that old established remedy. A, y 1 MM "1 3 hi ii'U'i 1'or the Cure of Coughs, Colds, Ioarseness, Croup, Asthma, Bron chitis, Whooping Cough, Incipient Consumption and for the relief of consumptive persons ia advanced stages of the Disease. Tor Sale bvall Dntpi;ists. Price, 25 cents. m mr.Bti nnirmilllBIIpa 3MmtiTjttr,Tr... AGENTS V.'i'iTED For the meat mannlfl cent, tiisciiiutiiiti Ikk.1i oun wild iimiAfjs BVt-r OMfltHl Ul I'll IB 5 ii Or 1 tuny-Three Vcats' i,iiooui fxiMeii. wnh tmil lmg mlvMiiturwaou thu P1iliii,iu thw lluiiuunm, tbroil! til Wili Koretiw, flylitiuii ium wy fool iy lt...t through Indian Laud, Itom TfcjuwtoCaltl.irnia, by t', 1Mm1m, witb hu lulroductiou ty 4Jeurnl Miruuui. Ilvvtt bj will want it on iia. A ltull-fl numuul f ex:luiTa terruuiy will be givtou in .th m-ul, tspocn.1 t.-rtna ml tuouUi will Im nuul frr.. A'UIiti W. L DIDDLE & CO., 51 Wast Fourth St.Xia.,0. f TOYFULNewBfnTBoyiar.4 0ir!flII j rl Vuinnul oiiUl A M:w in. J" TVE.N l ioN jut pbteuted ur thvtn, for Hoiua ua I WrtA md Bcroll Kiwlnj?, Tiiminf t :orow CuttniK, lru to foU. i boi.d tMlif)B t'T V-