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he irMiUul gcu irii.Ltfiono. omo: Wednesday, Nov. 8, 18S2. TOWN AND COUNTRY. MERE MENTION OF Sights Seen, Things Thought, Chit-Chat, Tales Told, Reports Read, Individuals Interviewed, Items Indited, Harangues Heard, Gems Gathered, Personals Picked, and Ideas Itemized, by the News Navigator. Tlmt tho telephone bunim-PH ia booming. Hint Mr. Wolfe's new lion so is a filing one. Tlmt there if not & bonne in town for rent. Thut lat Sunday was a quiet day in Hill boro. That Joe LucftH has painted his house a pea preen. That now in tho time to lay in your coal for the winter. That nn (11 landmark died with Aunt Pa tienre Sanderrt. That tl.e IJcpulille ms in Ohio were lately left With no ba to ImM. That (hiv. Hart h it for Warthington City on Mdiultiy last, on bnniiieH. Thnt Mrn. Frank Kibler entertained a large party last Thursday niht. That it rusts too iniieh money to neiul a telo prapliic dispatch from liillsboro. That sonif of Hie visitnrw now in jail will eat th ir In islmart dinii r in ( 'i-IuiilImih. That .Marshal Willettn did duty in a brand ii . w -putikiug suit ot tiinf lust tiuiidity. T,i:it tin- Cniriitiiiili iV Jji-t.;rn 11. li. intends chiio "in'.; tiMHi iinii.iw to st;inili!rd t,'aii';. J h.-t i harhi! Ii"li:i s is an obliim; deputy cl i'tv, ami uc l. ijn- his MU'ecssor will be hke w i -e. Thnt it is mo longer -noil form to wear eon Hpii'iimiH j;iiid oi namciiti. Vi havn't any to wear. Tlmt Mrs. J. ainwd heif oi winter. . SIihw atid her two children ioiida evening, to stay all lhat all proph.'eirn ngreu that the coining wini. r will tvct lueuriy and be extremely Huveru. Just HO. That Mrn. Tucker, vi-iu ig her d:iu.;hr t Oilii.it'U . of West Walnut street, is t, Mrs. i;. J. Mount, at 'lhat tli. 1 iih. Li In ni v has out Another mipi n lent eont. lining a li.it of new and popu- lui woi'Us. That .Mrs. C. nati to attend l'olloek WiIhdii, liuekner baa gone to t'inein tli funeral of her aunt, Mra. That .Mr. Sam liurwell, lately at work in the (i(iz(U' oilier, n-turned to hU borne in Went Union last week. That weddings aro numerous, now-a-dayt. Our exelKities are Hid of Uium accounts of theiii, we mean. That on and alter January 1st the poHtotliee department, reduces too puce ot Htampeu en velopes Jd per ci of. Tint Mr. Milinda, Lii-'Rh, f Indianapolis, Ind., is M.-i'.ing her mui, .J. li. J.uc.is, the point er, of -Soi t!i hast slivcL. That there in complaint of 'liou.-t'-buru" and "fog rot iu.ioug the tobacco gutliert-d in barns thin fall by tobacco growci'H, Thut (be railroad air iH much disturbed, and we hope Something will result theretrom. Itead the news in another column. That an old river captain predicted ice a foot tbicK on the Ohio river by November 1st. Won der what bu wnl predict "next 'i That-- you must not forget the social to be given by the young ladies of the 1'rcHbyterian inure h next i'riday evening. That 'Squire Hilhard, of T.eesburg, the old reliable wheel-horse of Fairtield toumhip, gave the Nlws oil ice a pleasant call yesterday. That Mia, VanWinklc, of East Main street, was called to Cireenvilte last week by the ser ious illness of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Cary Kin kcad. That .T. M. Hit-stand has an adv. in this week's Nkwb, of new goods just received by him. (iivo him a call, and take a look at bis line stock. That 'twasn't Emanuel Young who had the baby (but he is its grandpa, all the same it was Jack Young. The types do get things mixed up so. That the Pleasant Plain correspondent of the Manchester .star says that I. IS, Grittith has Bold his property there, and contemplates re moving tu lliUhboro. That Philip It. Anderson, at Ins residence, on the Willittsville pike, miles from Hillshoro, tit-morrow, Nov. y, will sell larm stock, grain, utensils, ami furuituru. That you can obtain "Six Lectures on Light," (illustrated J, by Prof. John Tyndall, bv sending 15 cents to J. 1'itzgerald fc Co., Publishers, 30 Lafayette Place, Isew lork. That a part of a tlock of sheep being driven down .Main street last Thursday, entered Thos. jlc(iiuie's tobacco stoic, but were gotten out wituout causing any damage. That A. W. Hpargnr will have a public sale oi larm stock and utensils at ins larm on tin Spargur M ill road, in Paint township, on '1 Inirday, lu. 10, ut 10 a. m. That some of tho wheat harvested by the late John Liehhohz, the eccentric farmer, near Lrhiiua, in Jhhl, lias just been sold to a New York iirm for eighty-eight cents per bushel. That some people consider it sinful to even speak througu tho telephone on Sunday, onder if some one has a copy of the old Con necticut blue laws bcicabouts V There is such a thing fch d ang it t io muchly 'Jhitt all should read the. notice in another column of the. inducements olleied to new sub v ;i'i "i is 1 the Nkwh, iS-.-ak to your li-icnds and neighbors about it, and induce them to biitscnhe for the old reliable Nkwh, Ti.at th'i veter.in newspaper agent, fl, V. Iliile, of the J tmrs-iar, Cincinnati, paid us vital lust Siituroiiy. He wus in the city on busi ness connected with the paper, lie enjoyed iiiiiiM-it wnile in re jhat the sirei t -cleaningbrigade were at work on the sneets lat week. Let the good work go on. lie hilehC lvpoi t is, llial Lilt) euitn washing awuv. c. e liave some dirt and tiitu some oi our tree; a tlial could be put into the Wilnfl. Tlmt toe Lii'!ev 7c ami Tiinvit savs "The b.xLi re uu WolKid ti ilUld ill lU'(JW!l CoUUt too. i- at Uov. ilatt, muv want an otlicc some dav, but tiiev wiil get it like the old woman tliui. li e i t tavern iu Indiana. 'J hut the C. L. S. C. held an exceedingly in t' r. sijg nn i tJiij.-, ' n iiit Friday evening, tin- r -m lent e el J r. r ullcrton. J ho next Hit t 'in;-;, on 'I Uffduy night, Nov. 11th, will h,: In Id liic home of .Uihs rtaiue tda.M-.ock, on boitttiein Avenue. 'J'Jiut Iu-. J. II. Kleckivr, who has forth lasi two years been practicing his profession J .ynciiUirg, leaws to-lay tor idiicugo lor tut- pui pihc id attending leetuvi s, and taking eour-e in the hospitals there. The doctor ave his fuiuily ai i .vnciiburg and mil return iu yhucit. That Pick Julian, at the Kramer llousi: wiiiie ue:'.iig some tiuniid oil ou inn eariv lnoining train' lu-t I'ri lav, bad his left hand badlv bruised by ln!in; caught between tw tninUs, and sustained a fracture of the meta- ciirp.it bone of the, httie linger. If luck oulv bud tho eu-toniiirv heudlightof tliu orom lintel cluik, the accident might not have baji pencil. That it mint be amusing to see ami hear scene which often takes piiu'.e up town. "How nne vour front ard looks.1' IU- got s m. "And the garden. How is it turning 0111?" He got buck. "And there is the old stable." lie goes 111. "And V'ti still Keep the old family car- rhurc" He roes up to it. "Those cushions a,e i-iill good." He raises them. "All, delight of uiv being, let. me clap thee to mv mouth. He does ho. "UU, All, gurgle, gurgle I "Ah-h-li-h-Ah !" gurgle, gurgle ! The tin cup liiing up in its accustomed place again, and alii y is clean enough to retreat by. Thst the following from the Jiriurn County Svirn is full of solid substance : "When High land County bad but one Fepublican ueWHpa p r hu elected the Kepuhhcan ticket almost uuiyersally, occasionally, however, a popular Democrat' slipping 111. Now, with two Uepuhli caii papery both mammoth size, and one pub lished twice a week, the Democrat got away Willi the County oihces easily. A the election the Ddnocrttis elected U10 whole Coun ty tukrt by rnapn hub v.. uginn from 5U to It tin l.t Mibhcans hid uiiwLher organ .U High hmd Couutv thut old Uepubbcaii county would become a staunch, ruck-ribbed Dcuucratio county." a at at is the 1 Ui hij. :il Scott Helloes has rituriiid lintne. i t we had n heavy ruin Monday morning. .it Ihe w i 1.1 duck in iliic. and i arriving mi II Tl time 'I hat next vt cite If M4tn (, will only he two cents That the rot iu innny farmers. potatoes is talked u I unit by Thnt our nrighborhoo,! correflpondt nee is 1 worth reading. I That the eontinned frosts arc bringing down I tlie nuts and leav s. j That the early mnrning train i to remain on , the road as heretofore, , That "blest bo the tie that hi tula" th? lerson to patronize home trade. That a new time table went ino effect 011 the M. A C. H. K. last Hunday. That Mr. Ed. Meek, from Chlilicothe, has been home for a few days. That "baby shows' are qnito common now a days. Have you seen our twins? That we are gind to ace Dr. 8, G. Itichards on the streets, able to be about again. " That tho Hteam fite engine, w ith the 'bhoya. wa out on practice drill last Friday night. That Jerry Mebaney .and partner bagged 25 quails on last Saturday. Quails are scarce. That Judge Thompson was one of the pall bearers at tho funeral of Judge Swing, laRt Thursday. That the Itev. Granville Moody, known dur ing the war as the "righting parson," is now living in Iowa. That the man with gun and dog is now seen perambulating toward green pastures and wooded hills. That Mrs. O. J. Ennis of Cincinnati, is visit ing her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Isaac Colvin, on Johnson street. That Mrs. A. T. McLean, of Frankfort, Ohio, is the guest of her brother, Judge Steele, on East W alnut street. That the name of Judge ,T. IT. Thompson is suggested lor the vacant juogesuip occasioned by the death of Jiulg" Swing last week. That a tcaspuonful of grated alum and two teas;ioons1ul of sugar, mixed, if given as soon as possible, will cure the croup in a child. 'lhat the M AC. li. li. will most likely he sol. I on December 'Mh next to the "reorgani zci'N." of the roud, which means the II. A O. That I. T. Cummins, of Samantba, advertises bis line sheep and pigs for sale in the Nkwb. They must be good, or he would not advertise, lhat Itev. Win. Smith, pastor of the Presby terian Church in Painbridge, and Miss Salhe M. Cain were married in Carlisle, Ind., Oct. 2t!th. That Thursday, Nov. 30th, is the day set apart for Thanksgiving, which means, in com mon parlance, a day of pleasure and a turkey dinner. Hint Judge Thompson and C. II. Collins attended the funeral of Judge Swing at liatavia last week. The Judge was one of the pall bearers. That a child was lately born in IJellaire having two thumbs and two fingers on each hand, but to atone for tho deficiency of fingers, it haB seven toes on each foot. That wo were presented on last Sunday morning, together with Pro. Marshall, a hand some bouquet by that tasty piince of good fellows, Col. Jim Trimble. That Mr. Jos. H. Ottu, tho builder, has near ly completed a handsome two story residence Itev. Jacob Hawk, on the corner of North gh btreet and Collins avenue. That our well-known bricklayer, Mr. Jus. Me lt Hand, is now putting up a hainhome two torv brick residi iicc tor .Johnson tY Uennett at the Groenhousf on the Cincinnati pike. That on account of illness John H. (lough was compelled to cancel several of his engage ments in our neighboring cities, much to the appointment of large crowds of people. That the report is. liarnuui cleared ifiOO.OOO with bis circus this year. Jumbo, the tall elephant, was the iimiti attraction. The circus is now in winter quarters at Lridgeport, Conn. That tho Chillicothe Advertiser Bays "Father F. Murray, formerly assistant Pastor of St. Mary's Church, has been removed to Hillshoro and will take charge of the church at that place Tlmt fanners ought now to be happy, as there is a good demand for all their products with good prices attached. As the fanner re- oicetli so waxetu tne uaiiK account 01 tnc merchant. That there are onlv a few cases before the present session of court which means a bad outlook for tho general lawyer. Well, the common people ought to bo thankful if the g. cau stand it. Thnt tho inahlnnil Chief, at Greenfield, haa been sold to Mr. E. F, Mussiimnn, of Cincin nati, possession to bo given Nov. 20. Price, 2,5u0, for good-will, interest, everything. except the Sprung family. That all nreachera pin tho following item in their hats: When Mr. Spurgeon was asked how he succeeded bo wonderfully in keeping his church full, he replied : "I nil the pulpit and let the people fill-the pews. That the lieoister. at Washington C. IE, sayB Hillshoro tried to build a railroad, the Colum bus A Maysville, on wind! Whew! what whopper! The ringing of our Pell nothing but wind? Well, republics are ungrateful. That the Fmetle Count; cradsays: The Columbus and Cincinnati Midland Ity. survey ing corps finished the preliminary survey of the route between tins niaco ana uommnus last week, and started out from here Monday to run the line south to the M. & C. ity. That lien Putterworth is mentioned as the next nominee for Governor of Ohio. Also, th-it President Arthur will pick out a nice plum mm to freeze on to. one good thing to ns credit he could always be found in bis ie at when tho House was in session. That the Nkwh oflice has a full line of envel opes, bill, note, hard and soft papers, and letter ncaus, euros, starements, now 111 siock, ami good assortment of now tvpe. If vou wish anv printing done bring it to the Nkwh office. Our neesareas towns honest worn can be done 'or, and we wilt guarantee you satisfaction. That after Nov. Pith, what is known as the "Cannon-ball" tr.iin will leave lialtiinore at instead of DUD a. ni., h i as to distribute tho lialtiinore papers along the line of the P. O. lload. The time of its arrival along the road and at Cincinnati will, of course, bo an hour and a hull later than now That Editor N'eweomb. of the PipW Dee and J tinrn, and Vet. I ennv, or the Georgetown (iazflte. are not face to face when the he Mssed Ijctween them. According to tho new endcriiig. "distance lends safety to the asper- i'r. ' And all about a little matter of public printing, and their respective circulations. That the Circleville Union-Herald savs Adel phi Lodge of Ancient F. and A. Masons reeeiv- 1 a charter at the late meeting of the Grand Lodge, at Cleveland, ajid was constituted s ular lodge on t ndav evening, .November Hd, bv Past Deputy Grand Ma-ter S. S. Williams. Tin ball was dedicated on the same evening. That State School Commissioner PeWolf has timed to Columbus from a Be veil week; uUend.inee ou te.ichcr institutes in dill' relit parts' of the S';itc, and slab s that he has mad a specialty of urging the reorganization of township Hvstein tor their better management an I savs that ho finds a largo sentiment favor of tho same. lhat last week, m broad daylight, we saw nciii on our streets with a lighted lantern. said he wus hunting honest gas meters, but iiowihiiik. alter reading the fallowing item the Georgetown Srn'iwl, that he was probably hunting some of those lost hearts : "We have heard of several of 'our bovs' who left their hearts in HilNboro, ami many of our girls sad on account thereof. Thut the MavKville AVir IlepuUctin contain fd the following lu-t week: "The marriage Clone! Kred J. Pi. ard, of HilLboro, O., Miss Kate L. McCune, is announced to place next Wednesday evening. Novemler at the home of the bride's father in Columbus, O. Colonel Picurd is well known in our and has a number of warm friends here. A' fir J j'Uhlicaii extends its hi arty congratula tions iu advance to ine nappy couple. That a partv of railroad men, includh: Messrs. J. L. Hone, Master of Transportation, Sheriff Tullevs. of Cl.uhcothe, and J. li. htew art. Muster Commissioner, and Sam hendrick, F.J. Esker, anur- v. imerrv, appraisers the M. A C. It. li., were here last I'riday, on tour of inspection of the road and all brunches, preparatory to making out their renort of the condition of the road, which port has been filed with the Court iu Chiilico- tho. That a change in time of running trains pftW.t on the Scioto Valley railroad on last Sun dav. Through trains K-ll north now Chillinothe at 7:06 a. m. and a:20 p. Throuiih trains south leave at li:01 p. m. H 05 11 m. .TL.i thill loot ho aecommodatioi which heretofore went through to Columbus, now stoo in ( hillicothe at tf:4o p. iu. and leav for the south tho next inornii.g at 6:50. Sunday train going north leave Chillicothe 8:00 a Lid arrive iu the ewmug at dm 'I hat quail nro acr-rco. That Janus M urphy is the new Weighninf ter. That Judge Hm.'gtna in sMH t uk with mnla ril fever. That the town was cr iwded Inst Saturday with people. That lsfiinh (loins wan nppoiuted to light the coal-oil lamps. That Miss MeMicken, of West wood, left for home thiii morning. That Mrs. Shobridge, of Wyoming Territory, left for home this morning. Tiiat our merchants were equal to the wants of tho crowd last Saturday. Tlmt Mrs. P. E. Allen and daughter, of Hich Hill, Mo., have returned home. That Miss Nellie Wilkin, of Cincinnati, is visiting friends ami relatives in this city. That Mr. and Mrs. A. P. West, of Iown, spout last Hunday in our city visiting friends. That another pigeon shoot will take place this week, if enough pigeons cau be obtained. That Judge Dittey was compelled to leave his otUco yesterday morning, 011 account of sickness. That buckwheat flour is rije and ready to le made into cakes, and then does your mouth water for 'em V That tho Rev. W. J. McRurcly and Itev. U. K. Campln'11, of South Salem, will exchange pulpits next Sunday. That the hooka at the Treaaurors oflice are now open for the collection of taxes. Don't wait until the rash begins. That stock sale last Saturday, did not bring many good horsea in, only 9 being bought by Dan Flock, at prices ranging from $00 to 4115, That a regular meeting will bo held in the Baptist Church, in this city, on next Hunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Subject: "The glory of God as revealed by astronomy." That, at Winchester to-day, llev. L. L. Over man will bu ordained bv ihe Presbvterv of Portsmouth. He will tako charge of tho Pres byterian ( hurdiea at Sardinia and Winchester. That Philip Kramer, at the Kramer House, had a tnikey for dinner la.st Sunday, which, wh. n alive, weighed 21 pounds; when killed and dressed, 20 pounds. And it was tender and juicy, too. That a Philadelphia preacher Raid, a couple of Sundays ago, that many young women in his congregation were so tightly laced and wore such tight shoes that they could not di gest the word of God. Wonder how he knew? That when the "Pilgrim Fathers" the first settlers of this co. miry felt the first cold of autumn they thought winter had come, but the Indians said, "u, there will yet Ikj sum mer.' Hence the origin of the name "Indian Summer. That Mr. Emmett Bell, formerly of this eitv, and now of Bonanza, Colorado, was here from idav till Monday last, visiting. He is 10,0u0 feet high--higher, we mean, in Bonanza than en in ilulnhoro. lie returns to his high ground this week. That we called on llev. McSuielv yesterday. and were informed by him tout the item in last ek s Nkwb in regard to a prominent businosa man and elder in biscbui 'b being taken to task for a slight, desecration ;f Sunday was iu- irrict, and we giadly make this retraction. That the Gtwntsc Times thinks Bro. Mack, f the Sauiluskv liniistrr. inu.-t have been bad ly stunned by tnc lute emciitH in Ohio, as he promised to tako the editorial association on an excursion immediately after the election, but he seems to have forgotten all alfout it. No doubt, he is still "tiggering." That Col. F. J. Picard. Messrs. Kirby Smith, H.irmau, John Mat tin ws, Flint Kockhol I, Will Matthews, Chaniu Liilev, Walter Smith. and Will Harmaii h:tve g.me to C 'Uimbus to Und tho iVard-McCune v eddmg, tvidch takes place to-day. it will be an elegant ntfair. Also, Miss Jones, one of the bridesmaids and Mis-s Graiid-Girard and Miss Maggie l'erris accompanied the party. That, as a church in Chicago has an invalid s room 111 a recess near the pulpit, where the occupants can see the preacher, but cannot be seen bv tho congregation, and may lie on lounges, sit in easy-chairs, take rood or mem- cine from a table, walk about, cough, and even leave, without disturbance, some of the Hills- ioro churches should provide sleeping rooms for sleepy worshipers, but not near the organ. That the Ohio farmer met his match in the jvidder." as told by the Wall ttrert Aetns: Widder Jenkins." said an Ohio farmer as he bustled into her house one morning, "I am a man of business. I'm worth $10,000, and want you for a wife. 1 give you three minutes in which to answer."' I don't want ten seconds, old man ! she replied, as she shook out the dishcloth. "I'm a woman of business, worth $16. (too, and X wouldn't marry you if you were the last man on earth I 1 give you a minute and a half to git !" He got. Court Notes. Ou account of the coutiuued illness of Judge Hoggins, on last Monday, the Court of Common Pleas was adjourned until December 4, and the jury to December 11. All cases assigued for trial were set aside, and witnesses will be again subpteuaed. PROBATE COURT. Judge Dittey held a short session on Monday morning. The case of Ohio vs. Mai. Elliott was continued on application of defendant. The case of Ohio vs. Robt. Word,for soil ing liquor to be drank on the premises. was continued by consent. Tho case of Ohio vs. Win. Abrams, a horse scrape, was coutiuued to November 20. The case of Ohio vs. Cline and McCoy was nollied. MAYOR'S COURT. a 'A James McNichols, colored, drunk and dis orderly, and disturbing colored festival, fined and costs. Frauk Lewis, drunk and disorderly, fined $o uud costs. Mike Lynch, selling liquor to be drank on the premises, bound over to court in the sum of $100, Dan Koch bondsman. Al. McCormick, a horse-trader from Greeutield, and Milt Boatman, lighting McCormick fined ijf j and costs j'J.00. Death of Ephratm Fawley. a Mr. Fphraim Fawley, who was thrown out of his wagon and seriously injured near the Model City Mills last week, died on Monday night last at his home near lloag land's Crossing, lie leaves a wife and five children. He was buried at Mt. Ziou yes terday afternoon. Love's Licenses. in a Tho following licenses to marry were Ued List week: William Huggins and Sirah A. Belford William Davis and Martha Jane Smith Boniituiin Campbell and F.nima Bel, Dunham. Abijah P. Brewer aud Mary E. Colvin Teachers' Certificates. in are of to At a meet iin.' of tho Board of S. hool E.v aiumers held ui liillsboro, ou aaturnny Nov. 4. 1SH2. niuo persons were examine, and certificates were granted as follows ; For Six Months Geo. H. lnrner, U. Naoper. John H. Cox. John D. Southard Cassius M. Kodes. For Twelve Months John N. Gall. LEWIS McKIBBEN, Clerk. Ralph Bingham. 01 i tu- took This prodigy appeared at Music, Hall last Monday night to a Urge audience, ar, fully sustained the reputatiou which had preceded him. His talent is simply won dorful, aud the au.lieuco was highly sur. prised as well as delighted. His acting the rendition of the "Stylish Church" and the '-Model Church." brought forth most enthusiastic applause from young am old. His character of "Nancy Brown be wailing the new Church Organ" was pi fection itself, and could not be equaled. He and his father left here on the narrow gauge for Kiploy. and Go to the Crawford House, The at Corner of fith and Walnut streets, when you visit Cincinnati. Location central, good fare and prices reasonable. uov'iywl Our Country Relations. A WEEKLY BUDGET OF Tliclr Joys and lliolr Sorrows Births, Man lull's, Ills, and Death. Their Furl linos ami Misfortunes Crops and Crosses, Comings and (Joints. Homo lliiippiilng and Klreside Fun, Mkely Loves and Wasted Hopes. BELFAST. W. V. WilliniiiBon is building ft now barn. w. v., 1 . e yf; : hi. . uiijM-i., yi , iMinnuuu, ,a v, runup irifiKiH Here. Ellen Sninrt and lier son, R. V. Smart, of Galva, Kansas, are visiting frionds iu tli ih vieini y. At the recent sale of stock on Ihe farm of the late I -aao Hottincer, common stripper cows sold for $42 and 58 per head, and other things accordingly. While passing the Flat ltun sehoolhouso on uci. ltun, Air. itooert jampbell s horse triKuteneii anu ran away, throwing Mr. U from the Imggy and severely and perhaps fatally injuring him. iie is about BU years 01a. Mr. George Savbor has sold his property. and intends moving to Hillshoro. Ho is a master workman iu the art of blacksmith ing. Mr. J no. Lewis, of London, Adams county, takes his place in our town. A MATIN SOCIAL BANQUET. On the beautiful autumnal morn of Oct. 17th, it being the birthday of G. W. Gall, a resident f arm, r of northern Adams, there gathered about 1.10 of his friends and neighbors, aud gave him a welcome and littmg surprise. Mr. Gall was on his farm at work, aud was called to his meal nt noon as usual by the tones of hiB welcome bell, to find gathered about his premises his many friends aud neighbors. In the beau tif ill orchard, a table some seventy feet long was loaded with tho luxuries that filled askets numbered by the dozens. It was a surprise to him, indeed, and well auil heeifully did he enjoy it. Three of his brothers and their families were present. ILen are six brctucrs living. Two were not there, owing to tho distance and busv seuson of the year. Tho day was agreeably pent in singing aud social converse, and as tho evening drew on all reluctantly de parted to their Homes, feeling that it was one of the green spots of lifo "never to be forgotten." The teachers employed for this township are: No. I, irank M. Smart; No. 2, Wilson H. Mullenix; No. .J, Ihoinas lloberds; Nj. A. P. Rood; No. T, D. T. Williams; No. G. II. Gall; No. 7, J. VV. Hurst. Average wages, about ly.W per month. Jackson township pays the lowest teachers' wages ol any towaship in tho county. The following is a short history of Isua Hotuuger as written by himself : "I was oru January l.ith, 1812, in Pendleton, Virginia, and eauio to Highland county, November, lnzj. 1 was trained in a rehg us course ot lite lroin a child, and was ver gtiiitv ot' profanity or low, imnior.il I'MU :t. 1 ihank liod lor a good, pious. religion mother. Iu June, 1:113, I gave iny hand to liev. Wm. Morrow in the old Pisgah Church, and tried to give my heart to (..ou. I was married to Miss Lvdia anpelt February 2d, 1841. She was born .Viiuu.it 3J, 181 1. She was then a member f the New Light Church, but soon united with the M. K. Church at Loudon. And t mo here say, our great aim through life was to walk iu tho narrow path, and try by our conduct in life to eucourago others to go with us to that immortal uity. That we hive ma le mistakes aud often come short of our duty I know, but God knows our lien i (s desire was to be true Isreahtcs in wnoiu there was no guile. Uur hrst child M .....o A..I.1I D7l, 1UaO J ,uaiftti.a, . .f.ii fc,i,ii, oi, nuu lied Aumist 10th. 18(11. Our second child. hjiiine. was bom January 3d. 1814. and . ' " died December lllh, 1H75. Our third child was born October 10th, 184(5, and lied November 8th, lhbl). My wife Lvdia It time June lmli, lhsl. May Got give me grace to tollow them all to tlie immortal oay. Remember I wish everyone to for- givo me in whatever I have done or said that was wrong." He was a noted worker in the cause of temperance, voting that ticket himself if no other oue would. He his been a cor respondent of the News nearly ever since it was published. He died September 12th, 1882. RUSSELL'S STATION. Mary Boatright is attending school iu JLullbborij at the College. D. W. McCoy has very recently returned to his home from Kansas. Uncle Ben Thomas has been quite sick for a lew days, but Is better now. Mrs. A. A. HaUted has beou very feeble for some time past, and is now slowly gain ing m lie 111 1 li. ITnclu John Kesler's family had a surprise dinner for him ou Thursday, Oct. 2bth. Ahput eighty persons were present, aud all enjoyed ti e occasion vory much. WILLITISVILLE. Mr. Samuel Sharp buried an infant danghti r on Oct. Ilth. Mr. Jesse Oldal.er and daughter, of Illi nois, paid their relatives aud lriends a short visit. Old Mother Brilton, now in her htlth vear, is visiting her children in Illinois and In Iiuua. Two weakling, i during beautiful October ulr. Jaeol, Chancy and .diss Gertrude ren uer, au I Daniel Sharp and Mollie St. Clair. Union tuwuship gave the smallest Demo- cratie majority in our election than it lias given since Ynlkuuliuglnuu rau for Govern or. John Fibier and family, of Missouri, startod for home on Oct. 16th lust. , alter visit of some three weeks hero among rela tives and friends. Ou Sept. lllth, Mis. George Roush died very siiddeiiiy, alt,iou:;h she had been ail ing tor some time, iter death was unex pected to her friends. While her family .iioui'os their .rrep u'iible loss our couiuiii- llily has lot, l one ot its bri.;hte',t Chlisti: characters. " WILLITISVILLE. BUFORD. on in the lo H-niouv, v. itiu r. V 1 l. us . Vo'. work to; John ,i l -ry. to . pel, : V ise ll-S gO'le 111 Stun Mcl-'oiro. Wallace is goii : a' Lexington b i ill I West plotlaitcd vtsil to friend;, and relatives. Rev. Mr. Uov. l. of South Salem, R county, preached i the M. E. Church last .Minday night. Rev. W. J. Bui; -r will deliver a lectur at the M. E. Church ou " The Creation of the World," ou Saturday night, Nov. 18th, at which time a collection will be taken up tor the bcuent ol the church. T.ie sale of line stock belonging to Hi late S. R. Brown, at Sterling Slock farm, mar this pine, v ednesuay, u.-t. 2oih, was largely al'cnded. ihe stock consiHtiiig of calil", hogs, and sheep, brought fair prices. .Mr. K. C. (Ha co. k, of Hillshoro, bought two short hui'ii cows at finaaud 1130 each I'w.i other cows soil at 101 andilOl) each Fifteen heid of isittle brought Hl,li:i'2 1 li , Poland China hogs ranged lroin lij to 10 Charles Brown bus about 100 head of M uiuo sheep, which ho will sell at private sale. Take little annoyances out of the way. If vou " imfleriiig wi;h a Cough or Cold, Hsu Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup nt once. This old and reliable reiuidy w ill never disan poiut you. All Druggists Bell it (ur 25 cents a bottle. EMERALD. . .'11 mid rom Wheat nil uliout all shock. Nat II irt iM tin, h:iii st J.)i inocrat you ever saw. -S. K. Hedkev ami ( W. IMinfleld liavp purchased new organs. A good burlier and ft good shoe maker are badly needed here. Hoops and tuikev calico of our grand mothers' days are all tho rage again. Humor sin's Kani Borden will soon take to himself a wife, one of liuek linn's fairest daisies. The roigu of free whisky and no Sunday qj fg(, ij Ihe Democrats are desperate in their joy. It may be fun to slur temperance people in overy conceivahlo shape, drink whisky, get drunk, but how about snake in the boots I No fun th'Mi. Mrs. Canon and Mrs. Tener, former rosi dents and natives of this place. Imt now of Locust (irove, were hero visiting their nu- uierotis fneuds and relatives a fow days ago. NEW MARKET. Charade parties are all the go. F. L. McReyuokls is able to work again. Some of our farmers are cribbing their corn. Now, who wore those boys out on hallow- e'en? John Oliver Vance is the boss rabbit hunter. Miss Ollie Vance has returned to Hills horo. D. Q. Morrow was at home a portion of 'ast week Ir. N. B. VanWinklo is again able to bo about. Some horse trodiu is done iu our village occasionally. Little Ardellu Murray is quite low with typhoid fever. I. H. MeConnaughey is the man to buy your hogs. The debating society at Swine Valley is in full blast. Methodist Quarterly meeting last Satur- lay and Sunday. Miss Lida Howe has been visiting in our community for a time. John F. Vance thiuks it no fun to peddle in the winter soasou. Miss Tilla Heed, of Kentucky, is among her relatives in this locality. The late potato crop is a failure thi section, as well as the apple crop. If vou want to see some choice corn, call on L. B. Custer. He keeps it. Some of our young folks aro deeply gaged witn foreign correspondence. It is rather mysterious what became Cary Lemon's horse-blauket uud lap robe Charlio McKuight's sale passed off with a large attendance, and things sold high. lie will leave for Kansas next week. 1 houi is McCartney is ii.iv-i.r' a serious time Willi his im.id, his thumb having been pullud oa while trying to hold a hors. STRAUSBURG. Apples not plentiful and cider scarce. Farmers mostly through with their fall work. Flenty of "sauer kraut" in this section, and cabbage besides. N. H. Euverard is trying to sell his farm, to go to Tennessee. Since tho late warm rains the wheat 10King green aud nice, Sain Shackeltou, of Shackeltou's Stution, took a hying trip to this place last week, Schools aro all in full blast. -... . . . , t, . 1 ""ul lruul ,nr I. . 1 1 fill" rt i. Kv.va it. h'.i, n nu. J 1;uv- lnl8ey " holding a protracted meeting in the Hell's Kuu Baptist Church. James Haley, one of our enterprising farmers, is puttlug up a nice frame house Mrs. Jos. Davidson, of Middletown, Mis souri, is visiting relatives aud irieuds here. Miss Lena Euverard is visiting her schoolmate, Miss Beckie Muutz, of liills boro. Potatoes are not rotting since they were dug, and the crop is better than was ex pected. Geo, Chauvey expects to take a trip Nebraska this week to see tho country visit relatives. Juko Mink has put up a store room, which adds much to the appearance Maple Grove. Mr. and Mrs. John Mahaffey, of Tavlors ville Station, have been visiting nt W. ills of this place. Chas. Fursteuherger has put up another new barn, lie has greatly improved surroundings of late. Why Charl.e docs not take to himself a wile we cannot tell, but we think he has a mighty nice place keep one. EAST MONROE. a Mr. Freeman Waugh is seriously id. The M. E. Church has undergone con siderable repairs a;:d repainting, aud been moved farther back ip the lot. Mrs. Lydiu Brakelicld and daughter, Fayette county, were visiting their rela- ives, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ellis, Sabbath. The first Quarterly M'-ctiug of Leobnrg Circuit of th-: . resent year, was held this place on Oct. 21st and 22 1 ivilii a large attendance. Bt.v Bcull, of Greeulie.d Sta tion, tilled the place of Elder Vaui leve. Mrs. Molly Griffith, of Madisonville, Mrs. Lizzie Dovle, of Columbus, were gliosis of Airs. Laura .Simmons, their sister, for tlie last few days. Th,y were accom panied by Miss Mollie Sartor, of Sand isky, Ohio. James O. Cherry, one of our nier. h i. moved to Londonderry, and Mr. Bean, that place, now occupies the residence vaeated by Mr. Clcrry, on Cherry loll. Shall we change tho name to Bean led Mr. B.-au intends opening out a lurg1 ;oods store iu the same rooms oocui ii 1 I. G. ( li' ny. Notes from Kansas. FiUNKFour, M us, all Co., kai...O t. ;i(), lis-.! In en a pre pern, .-, y,-al' 1, liau -as. I "ri ps ,.!' ,i.i kin.!-. , r never better. We ha 1 ii good crop of lruil ,f all kinds, and more peaches than could be consumed. Thcv sold as low as 10 cents a bushel. A great many rolted on and der the trees. We are having a great political light fail. The issue is : Prohibition a. id Piohibiiio:!, or Ucptiblican and Democrat. 1 think tiie K.'pubHcai.s will kUicced electing all of the State ticket beyond doubt. lours truly, WILLIAM SIDERS. P. S. 1 think I will visit old Highland this winter. "How old are you," said an ancient dame to a grinning little tar-pot. "Well, if goes by what uiudder says, I is most but if I goes by do fuu Fso had, i'se most a hundred." O ! that nil could measure their years in this way, but how many measure them by long night watches, almost fatal coughing spells, which have been cured by a botlle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup taken iu season. important to Travelers. Si'Ecul Inocckmests are offered you the Buhi.ington Route. It will pay to read their advertisement, to be fouud eUowuere In this issue. lnarUOyl pi r T?1?AT1?T17T F HJTJLV Greenfield, Ohio, November 6, 1882. of is - old to of Mrs. ('. ('. Norton is visiting relatives in I is gau, Ohio. The niimionsry meeting whs held at the M. E. l'arrioujtue lat night. I. 1'. MiiKumnnn, of ( 'inciiumti, was in town last Thursday and Friday. J. Ci. Ktowe, a prominent Cincinnati mer chant, wrb in town Wednesday. Mr. John IWoss h visiting her daughter Mrs. li. A. Lamb, at Wilmington. Mr. .1. F. I'urkhill. of the Snf imrfield M was here on Sivtunliiv in the interest of bin piipcr. I)r. Milton Dunliip has erected a telephone line from his ol'ice to his residence on Washing ton street. Mr. A. J. Hinnrt, of Richland Furnnce, was in town nudsv soil Mini'lsv, the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Adams. Itev. J. L. Smith, pastor of the linptist I hurcli of this place. ,H.'eup-,ed the pulpit ot the church at JtHinslxiro on Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Mil;e Burkett. of liiiltiniore Mil., are the guet-ts of Mr. and Mrs. lieo. V. I.elevcr, of West South street. Several enses of scarlet fever are reported in town and vicinity. With this exception tin health of the place is very good. Louie Love is recovering slowly from the ef fects of his recent sicKness, much to the trrnti ticiition of his legion of friends. Miss Orpha Staiili-v. of Mineral Citv. after several weeks pli n -nut ly sprut visiting t'rn ml mar tins plaee, ret iirned home on 'Iu, ilay. Mr-. Anna ,)ohn-i. ' Maior, of Wa-liington 1. t'., on l"inlay of la. t ivn k irave i .in ii t ,i line bev. Mother mmI babv b uli doin' wi 11. t'lmilie 1 .nhiianti. of ( 'iiilliei ithe, und Arthur Metealf'e. of Ma.lisoiiville, Were in ntti iiilalice ut tie- dance on Thursday eVi-niii of l-i-t week. Miss I.n'ie Caldwell and Miss Flora Fellers, of tins p'nee, Kpent s, v, ra ! days of la-t week in s-l'l iie.:;c Id. the KU' -;s of Mr. nn 1 Mrs. i. A. l'ai in. s. Mr. W. 11, Levy IlMyer. or New P, t, l sl.m lilin t'. u the J -a st time in, ,li t lis hie. b, ell Id ten I ilo: (he Ml d leal College lit i it. ill u at i, returned 1 li i ri:i iv on a siiort vi cut) n. Wm. I'. lV'-rott. the Vain s I'lldav s.i.l a beautiful tuelvi ui-t. i !i nidi i tin ir n paney in -1,-,-bt : d ill to the Odd I-'. Hows, to be le ball. 'J he hall will be ivadv 1. r o.-ci ek. Wlu'.t has 1,. conic of our School I; should cert it l uiv gi , c us one ltll'll i not t on h, t, .re it rets too cold. Won lint l air ( i round hi- n d.-sini! do li '1 he three new husiiu ss rooms ation ; ll Main are 1.. t neal ing e.n.i) l ti.in. 'i he i -.vi r t n i.-, ail c. itiipli tt ,i, all 1 tills '. eei; i ii ; , tie I o plat.-e;ass iu n.-siti ui. I i. in on H on .-"r . l. Editor Sp. inc.; ort!:c rUUf, rod tb ,t- - porlu of the I'.'.-t.-v'" of tliis pkie... are :;i-. ii. their readers s, ,j:ie light iu r. ;.'ar.t tothiir i pi, dts wlnie vi-itin;; l 'nn intiat i during '.he i position. M iss ,irt f 'rawlord. of t'tlis p!a e. nieiit si v i al it i;.'s of last week vi-itm her 1 ri lid I, aura .1 1 m K a i Austin. Miss Ida r -t'ir:i"il on 1 hurs diiv i'l titile to attend tile i;r.uid bad ill the evening. It. iiry Svii!Teub'.li';:'T. ef ;,MiIl.o': ld.O.. w..: ,i '.r in re s, vend days i t' l ot vh!.. It nrv has -ir,.pe,l tel. enq.hiii and iiiiieeted liiie s, )i i:ii a lrr-e tai'iiitut I 't'd.'.'.-liinent ol t! t I '! a.iii.inli l ity. Mr. and Mrs. Win. ? ly, , of Wiiti.iuton. ,'iir itc; last week, were the gti""ts of his mother on liiist. Main street. Mr lM;.u is connccti'd with a can iae mauiifaetui ing t stahlisliun nt. at the li!i ivi' lititil. d place. Miss r.ul.t Kress anlMi-s Ida ilaviu, tun youti laoi,'.si,l' ,'iuei.ii. .-.li. uho f..:- tiie just, twi ieeks have bei u th... gm stsof .Mr. and Mrs. (.'has. S. Boyd, of West I'.uircli street, returned home on Wednesdiiv, llev. A. I". Bcall, pastorof the M. B. (diuivh, will on Sio.dav evenine- next, deliver a lectin The Good and Bud in Agricultural Fairs. The subject is an excellent one, and the reverend gentleman will undoubtedly do it justice. Wc learn that It. N. McFlroy, our entirpris ing groc.r. will start a delivery wagon iminedi atidy after entering tlienew building on Main street. This w ill satisfy a long felt want and will increase his business very materially. Mr. (ieo. 11. Chambers, formerly agent at this place for the Marietta road, and for the past t wo years acting in the same capacity at stock yards, resigned Novi mlrfr 1st, to accept a better position Willi a commission house near Cincin nati. Miss Minnie Crothers. who for the past three months has been attending school in Hillshoro, was repoi ted quite sick on Tuesday last. Her purtnts were sent for, but before they arrived she was out of danger and the case not consid ered critical. That 'S.pii;.' John Smith, otic of the pioneer citizens of Fayette county, died at his home, iiearilood Hope, on Saturday morning last, aged 12 years. He was buried iu Good Hope cemetery on Sunday. His disease was dropsy. He had been a resident of the county for fifty years or more. -VoeiV ( o. Icral'l. OUR SCHOOLS. Union Schools Monthly Examination. Union Schools Monthly Examination. MONTH ENDING OCTOBER 27-HIGHEST TEN GRADES IN EACH ROOM. to has of lust ut and Hie ds, ol r dr.- by tin un High School V.. . Sum H and H. S. Doggetf Ti ;u hers. A. S. Ic'tt-h .'s. I.eo Arthur, !i7. I iieoiiiiie Tucki-ian taiV I.iie hamy '.ni, N. wton Chancy '.ti. i'l.li Walker .1, Tddy biehards i',", Corneiia 1 .dwards ill. Millie .ink ill, Anna .Niiylor '.H. "A" I ir.iinlnar - J. M. Kay. Teacher, l'annic McKeehiin to, lloda lnskee, lifi1..', Cluirley Nlintu 11. 1-.,. Hatlie Ayres ;i.. I, Ida Fence 1 I, ,h'l.llie bowleS t'4 (-!, Dick Bl'oV. II '.'M ihiggie Hlcstaud HI 2-11, Olpli Doggett tu1 :. Joseoii Hi nd Vi ;l-ii. "11" I baniinar--(iern il le .buns. Teachi r. Frank i'ori'ker t'li 1-11, Minnie shields M 11-12. -lohii 1 1. a rlev !i 4-j. Carrie Wetiuore Id 1-11. 1 iniiia Oouk h:i 11-12, Fannie Kibl -r :i:l, I .uia Shack '.ll .'i-ll. .Mary MeCiiiniihaii !U 1 .., M illie I.e n ;u S-lo. I niiia, Woollas. tie 5-12. "A Iiiterni -.li ite ie-r'ha li-ddy. Teacher, liotia r M Ke. ban li'l li-ll. I.izie Mudeiii';tis 7-11. Iloyd Nein in 7-1 1. Fiin.ia Kii-Ii ti? ;;-p.l. I. ouie insonhali r ;i7 1-1 1. Sadie Itobcrts n". ( illlllie F l.ila Ilo'.t. 'B' l'i. 'V. lu'lu r. biai.ii 17, K it' ( k.i luustou '.ai H-lit, Biik Burns tfi'.. 1. 1 lu ll. Duisv ,-r ie ha', I'a K. MiKeehun, bio, Mamie In;;e .i. Anna llovt :i5. Wl.lie l.ll.'V I 1.. T'.ir Muni. : , il.i. r;. b. Willh, Anna i ai'-inr, -lii.-v 1,1, Int.- , Tea. I lb; I '. I'.-',;. 1-11, A nun ovd 1.1 s-.i. ' Mav Ii. b I..,, I. 1. i i 1' l'eii .a 111 each- r. - . b. n '-Viil.i I... .1 'I -J- 1- , I. lllll .M ana n l.i Mi ll : ' - .Maria s..n be i. Citiience (irovt (icurge ilHiieie '! h; M . W iindl'OW', Teacher. ( leuiie Johns, n bin, 1 1. 1 ii r us -1-7. Mag- i'. i .n lis 1-7. i i m i r '.is 4-i I h: irlie 1 1 tusc. .ek !i7 C.-7, !7 l! 7. liessie MeNl. ol tr 0 I ,y ne Siuit h ti I 5-7. b. .Marie (diiin y, Tea dit-r. Cliurtie .rolui.st'Ui, IIH, Alary . r Meek '.,'7, 1 h.a Stein till, .sa.lie Morroiv It.'i, .Madge Bt n l.oyer i'l, Caddie Murphy UI. aiail nary li. - u : ll.il ert HILLSBORO COLORED SCHOOLS. iu I ten, aud Monthly report of Hillsbnrn Colored Schoolh for the niontn ending Oct. 27. Grammar bch.iol - Johnl.i. I'l iec, Ti 'A'' (Iran;!. no' Mi. Hie Jenkins i5 .MeCii Hand Ii5, I.lly lviigoiir '.i.',, W,i eher. , Marv Nuke's ii.'ej, Andrew l'eyton n5. 'f," (ii annual' - F.va MeFarland 115, Ilattifr Flliott '.15. Annie MeV, y SO. Mattie Jackson 10 1 j . Byiha Filiott !i5, Ui'ifus Met li Hand Ml. l'riniarv llepartiuciit - S. M. Campbell, lVacher. ' 'A'' I lass Kddio McFarluitil 7, Lillie Har den 81. "B" Class Addie htrihlan 117, French Day s:, I.iz.ie i.onm r 78. CM Class - Isaac Williams lis, .lohnnit- Hide 'Jil, Fliaa Davis 87, William Devers s;l. LYNCHBURG SCHOOLS. by you Bi port of Lynchburg schools for the month ending Friday, October 27th. Hi,h School -J. A. Shannon, Teacher. Num ber t nrollcd 22. Average jn-r cent, of atU'iul afce Hti. Nellie Townseiiil 89, I.ilhe Fans 81. Zi-Iia Town end 7'J, Su lla M.udg cry 5s, Noizette Mcl'ann 77, Chas. Fields 7li, Anna Bering 75, illie MoAdow 71, lid Stalttuer 70. Grauunai Depai tmeut Kitty Oldnker. n esch- I, Wm. II. Anderson made a flying trip to Frankfort on Thursday last. l'a'-ties desiring extra copien of the Nl:ws etui procure tliem oy making application at the post oftiee. Tim postmaster is tho regular agent for this vicinity. Mr. J. T. Young, foreman of the briilgoa on the Ohio Southern railroad, was ordered with all his men to Springfield on Thursday, to as sist in the re-building of a bridge which had been washed out sometime during the previous niht. l'ruf. Buckley's colored band has secured the room in tlie Smart block, recently occupied by the Masons, and will hereafter use it as hcail ipiarers. This is certainly worse than the an nouncement of "i;Iu.iH Tom's Cabin" in tho Town Moll. Br. VV. II. Wilson, while making his rounds Saturday r veiling was overcome with cramp eohe at the residence of l'rof. KHso, and for a short tunc it was thought he conld not. possibly recover. To-day (Mondnyi he is better, but not able to attend to his duties. Mrs. Graven, an elderly colored lady, was immersed in Taint creek, just below the 1'ics hi tei ian Church, at a few minutes past li o'clock on Sunday, Uov. C. S. (ice, ofliciating. There was a lai i.'e crowd, both w hite and colored, on hands to witness the ceremony. Manager Cooper, of the Hillshoro telephone rvhui,-,-, whs in town nn Thursday looking up subscribers for stock ill the proposed line to this point. Our business men do not seem wil ling or anxious to take hold of the enterprise. 'I he hue would nndotibteilly be to our advan tage li'id ou;.dit to be buiit. Mr. Allen I'.vans and family returned to this pin,-, en Thursday, after an absence of a few ' ks n, Loss, ountv. iseareelv mm the tatin- ly li st ver The arrai M:- l settled in their le w quarters, when of them were strickin w ith the fevi r, oiisidered the ii,iec unhealtiiy and mmn ed to return to this place. l,s.ph Hull, a fanner living alsmt four ei'iie- .,,u1'-i .--t of this place, ne t with tjilite a narrow i ea o from having los ric.ht band s.med oil on Wednesday i f last Wei l . He eune ,o t'.v.n for the pin-pei" of purelia-itivr some lunioer. and while waiting at the mill el' . .Jake II- ver, n. ar tin Seiithelu depot, ids band and i" jit -! aw e:i:uo in contact with a large !.u. saw. to d ill an il.-timt 1..- band was cut a ,-rois the ba-'k for a dlstaicc , .f four inches, but it did net injur-- thf bones. Dr. J. B. Wil- H 11 ill - ssed t lie hi'llil. Bil l Hetlt hitll OU Ills WHV. He will undonbtidiy steer char of circular saws in the future. Th- Highland CAi., published here for tho past nineteen years by (,. W. sprung, of Ibis pi tee, ch.ni-ed hands on Vrid iy last, i.r at least in 1'H'e.:. cu nts to this end were perfect, d. Mr. i'.. 1'. Muss'.ianri, nf Citicitmat i. the new iro p: ,i t '. ta'a s p is-. ,.-,r,n on the J'ltli d' N"em l.. .'. c understand that the nice paid was st.')',., f.ir v.iiieii Musiiiiaiiii is to ri eeive o .' . ' i in.- i. i t :ii l it; (; to the ot.,ee. J'he prop- i:y i i ell :der. d '-li -ap by rood judges, and t' - ,!, . brief c.nvers-. , ion w,',!, ttietn -.v pronri ''. e'. v - i- am that ei . ry ( tor; w ill he nei.le to b'to ; 1 1 ; tin- paii.-r and make it opul to any pa;, r c.l.le-lc.l in t'c c i'inty. ..l'i sd'.y ' ' tin i ui "f lad w, k. seme l.t -toie a t. tl'V pae! ',L,'e c 'Iii'iiliing Mr. I. V. Wriuht. agent of the M. ,V ('. iianv r,t l.vnd'.ii .- tation. U ul- - 'aa: .V , . Writ '.it. had th- monty pr. pal'- d . . '.- d t.,r tie 'i oc'iit',.. t'ain. mid siiile u.,' f"r tl.e traiti he placed the bo'd; con-..i-t ti e .:icka,:e Just ins.de of bis tiele t ! c. A i 1st iin- r called him to another part ie biiildiie;. and npnn his rekirn, to attend !:nm, the tin ft wasrlistvm ri rl. Mr. Wright ns to know vhn were in th torc nt the the money was stolen, and will probably one or tv,,, persons arrested this week. ie lir-t h,; of tic seasun v.as given by the N'a' i" ( :uli" ,m d lulrsdny i u nit y- of last i and proved to betij;rand atTair. 'lite music fiirui.shid bv I luuter's full orchestra, of ;.i,i nf ! the tun In 'Ni was Chidieothe. which add, d verv materially bi the occhsion. The following is a full list of tiu.se I I'lCH lit : 1 'r. Ullll .11 IS. Y . It. l.Ogai'. .liessrH. Fd McClain, Karnest Allen, W in. A. Anderson, Joe Lowe, Aylett Miller, (b o. H. fiibso.i, .1. V. Kiley. Harry Dickey, Joe Heidingsfeld, Charles Barrett, V. 'Sipiier, '( r. E. I-Taker, (Is. Bodeii, Arthur Boyd, Arthur Metcalfe, and Charley l'.rd ufln. Slisses Dell I.atigtlon, Cora Arnott, Lizie Wdlson, Lillie Wils-ui, Carrie Allen, Ida Crawford. Fannie Altman Clara Dickey, Fannie Mm rav, Abhie Smith, Julia Bcfever, Kate Le- fev, r, Clara F.vans, and Bessie Dickey. Greenfield Market. Corrected weekly for the Nnws, by K. N. Mc Flrov, Main street grocer : W heat, per bushel 9 WK SW (lorn , ti'iftfl 7.r Oatf ;l.r)(ai Wool, per pound 8(iri 35 Butler 20(n Fizgs per loz 2orni Flour, per cwt 2 t)id Hay " T 8 000 8 50 rotatoes, Irish, per bushel iw Co Sweet, " 7"' Apples " 5u(oi 1 0(1 Hogs, per cwt 5 85i7 OU Cattle 2 anteS 811 Sheep 3 00fn8 'JO er. Nnmlier enrolled 42. Average per cent, of attendance 88. Leb. F'arris !l:l, Widter Montgomery 88, I'lorcnco Baker 85. F rank I'fister 81, Leona Doilinger so, Marv Hoser 85. lraud Montgom ery 81, Willie Sro'fe 81. George Bollinger 80, Bi'rtie Maddux 80, Louis Meyers 80. Intermediate Department Jennie Boat right. Teacher. Number enrolled 48. Average per cut. of attendance 8:1. Ma:tie Wavne lis, Delia B.-ring 98, Cloie l'i.sher U5, John Bayless 111, Addio tdiancy UI, Stella Bering yo. Minnie Brillport 88, Gertie Kellis 8S, Mattie Merrill 80. l'liiiary lli partment, Vadie "Murphy, Teach er. Number enrolled 55. Average per cent, of attendance 80. Wii ie Holmes u:l. Ida NVwton 01. F.va Sitnp kins Id, Johimie Trenarv yo, Willie Mi.'hael su, Delia ib.lin.lav so, Marvin Hart SS, Lulu Bering 87 2-."., Marv trenarv 87, Wilbert Miller 87. Greenfield Market. NORTH UNION TOWN. The following is the lnonLl.ly report of Hclnsil d i st r i.'t No. (J, BiushiTiik township, for the ne .nth eliding Oct 2". Henry G. Villiams, 1 -aeher. Monthly enrollment 111, avenige d ol attendance 2e; UUHiIkt ill Eclectic I". S. Ilistoi'v, 8. "" (iradi roseph (1. B. U 85 Y. Recce D. C iiniiiings so 5-7, Melissa B. lliser 811, Grant M. b. ii mi. "I; (iru.lc- Anna Hiser 85 5-P. Anna I'. 1 utleis no 5-ii, ('has. Cllliliuittgs 74 l-(i, Olllc A. I, !'( rs h;j. (, id; May Lawson 77; j. Meli-. a J. 7l'., Fdlsworth lliser 75, Anna O. '.'iiii-i'ii l uiir.ii :ay Be h:linev 71, Daniel Cuiiitnings 72: ,, Lilv 1 2. I. aura l.awsnn h, i. Il l MeXinncy 112' Ilauier Mc CLEAR CREEK SCHOOL. :iiv r. n.Tt i f ( "cat !, si 1 1 for the Head. Teacher, vers JlPJ. llellu .ins '.15, lirace A i'l llativ di u.i: ;, win.;- .11 Cue "ii i tt . in ling ( let. K. te Cuvi rt '.Ni;, . T. I.. in;;,. F.ib, rt !',, ;-'.', Nilllll I al (.eorgc Bucl wi Bob. i t Dncl.w Bosc lingers 111 '., icU.'.l h i- 1m i t u2 o-; T 7-- M A The treat sujieriority of DR. S EIXL'S COVG1I SYRUP over : allothercouch remedies Is attested K by the immense popular demand for that old etablislied remedy. l'or tlie Cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup, Asthma, Bron chitis, Whooping Cough, Incipient Consumption and for the relief of consumptive persons in advanced stages of the Disease. For Sale byall Drufrrj:ists. Price, 25 cents. 1 SB niMiwiii mini tw