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Che gightaud $nvs. iiillsiwro, onw: Wednesday. Feb. 23, 18S3. TOWN AND COUNTRY. Thfl il"K nd riH'k Il;1it in ( Moppcil by tlie pnliop. The now flvo-ornl ii"'0 linn been giMH mnl paaeil f 5 gl(l piece. The "HhirtontH of Jlornco" will bo tlio next entertainment Riven in Hillslorc. Threo new clmird have, twen put into the pitlpit of the Presbyterian Church. The Cincinnati On Company estimates it lcwn from tlio Hood at '20i),(MK). Labor Btrikfa arc now connldcrcd if (;al. Score one morn for the workininan. An infant child of Mr. and Mm. Il.nnv Mad dux died on last Thnrmlay ninlit. J. M. Cooper received (-10 Inst'J'hnr ulsiy, onc iifth of a prize ticket in a lottery. The Shropshire, murder trial lma ended at Waverly, O., ill a verdict of acquittal. Pv the flood at Manelimter 17;t faiailits were moved, and lOO.OnO dniiiiiKe caused. An attorney at Millendmrir has lienn indicted for accepting exeeimive. fee in pension uaavu. A. "tonv" restaurant will Boon le fitted up in the atore lately occupied hy Oeo. W. Dan-ere. What was supposed to he silver found in Ross county turns out to bo only quicksilver. A mite social will lie held in the basement of tho Presbyterian Church next Friday evening. The alarm of fire on last Huturdny night was C1VM'1 liy tiie burning of a line at the .Institute. io dainayo. Physicians at Cohnnbus have dividi 1 Unit lleprexeiitativo Miller, of Jlciccr cnintj, is . insane. A aiiit to set aside the will of Mary Too, in Tolvinc an estate of fclniyii'll, has K en bonn in Chillicothe, O. ' , Telephone No. 3 lvn put in l!owcr Xva Depot lust Wednesday. (Icoi-jjo is bound to b i with tho times. Tho Kross recipts of the Cincinnati Opera Festival w.iro el4.'2 ... Vrtmn to tlio Col lege of Music, 10,r.lC. The Chillicolhe Council nppropriati d f:m to aid Portsmouth, and I, Olio for Cincinnati, but Portsmouth wouldn't have it. Timothy flrccii. who kill'-d Father O'Dono- Khne, the Catholic pre st, at Morrow, last .No vember, was acquitted last week at Lebanon. Inn ing the late upheaval of the waters in the Ohio, at l'oineroy, boats landed at the hotel and took pas( libera from the second story window. Craft, the murderer of the Gibbons children, . was found guilty of murder in the lirst decree, at Grayson, Ky., and sentenced to bo hanged on May 2ith next. Another comet has been discovered, by I'rof. Lewis Hinith, of the Warner Observatory, Rochester, N. Y. Wonder what calamity will follow in its wake. The school children of Chillicothe by giving a potato and one cent each, sent 3D bushels potatoes and 3'J.7il to the tlood sutlerers Cincinnati last week. A few copiea of "Our Herald" have been sent to us, which parties may have by eallin'4. H a Woman Suffrage paper, and is well edited and very interesting. The Supreme Court of Ohio has released Knapp, the pardoned murderer, on the ground that the Court could not go back of a pardon without statutory provisions. "Flora Temple," tho oneo famous trotting mare, the property of tlio lute E. 1). Cassilly, died in Springfield, O., on Sunday last, ageil twenty-eight. Times-Star, 2M inst. Alabama is an Indian word signifying "Here we rest." State Treasurer Vincent looked into the cash-box and said : "I'll take w -bat's here, and leavo the rest to the wicked." Chicago Inter Ocean. The dry goods store of Geo. S llaynie New Vienna was found to be on lire early last Thursday morning, but by the prompt action of aoino citizens tho lire was soon put out. X.OBH not known. A sweet orange from Florida, measuring S?. inches in diameter and V. rncheii in circum ference, was handed in at this ollice last Satur day by Mr. Thomas Mitchell, who has just from that orange kingdom. Some heartless wretch caught two cats, ' them hy their tails, and tlung them into cellar of a cliyrch. Tho residents of the vicini ty heard tho noiso the animals made, thought it waB the choir rehearsing. The Waverly Watchman is responsible tlw following measles story: in one school dis trict of Pebble township, tho entire sehoo, consisting of about sixty scholars, took down with tlio measles all on the same day. The Ohio House of Representatives spent day last week discussing the proposition amend section 4,074 so as to make a knowledge of the effects of alcohol on tiie human system a qualitication for receiving a teacher's certifi cate The proposition was defeated by a of 32 to 40. The New Richmond Independent came to this week printed on a part of a flour sack, w a supplement printed on mauiua paper, u account of tiie flood. It reminded us of war time wheu tho Southern papers printed on wall paper, etc. It was not independent but very energetic and go-uhcad, if thu office was half full of water. We aro indebted to Hon. John F. Oglevee, Auditor of State, for a handsomely bound of his annual report to tho Governor, for year ending November 15, Wi. It is with statistical statements and tables of great value, of which wo shall avail ourselves here after for tlie information of our louder. Rev. I. II. PoHruiii. Chaplain of tho penitentiary, has our thanks for a copy of aiina.nl report of tlio directors and warden that institution. This county has in tho pen representatives, to servo altogether years, ct 52:1.1.05 to convict them, and 131.3: trans portation, averaging 7228 each, and average time to aerva in 1 3-70 years. At a press banquet held in New Jersey a flays ao, at which thirty-six editors were ent, it waa found that not a single man of could sing a boh(J, tell a snake story, nor rmtagood spot for Itsiiinij. Ironton Register. If they will inform us when next they meet, will neiid tlieni our Mui.l.ull. 11.) tjll nil lull, and tluMi have some to spare, evi u to iliB tlio lueuUng with prayer. Vaian should be on the lookoHt for trick sters, for tlieir late game to swindlo is an one. Two travel together, and are to sell a house ventilator or something oftliatkrt. They manage to stay all night wttli Ujo iitinuT who is to be their victim, during thu eel.l,if make a trade of Jaud, making the di-wj (hen and there, which tho accommodating fariger aiKps as u witness. Having bi signature it is easy to uiuto a luisaoiy, THAT LOAFING BAND. From early morn to dii.U of night, On Urn corner idle stand, A burning shame ami scandalous sight, That nuiik-y loaling band. It seem to tui we d hide away, From gaze nf busy citizen, If nothing had to do but pUiy, I'ostiihly some pity then. As It in, ii" one will hire V roiii U"h loafing, idle set, j.ucli is ilWf at shop lire If employment yi noidd jjet; There, busy (jling up the a, . .. Or grinding of tlmcliopiiipjj ap If Jjiwver, looking up the law, Or Cobbler, with his end and wax. "Voti'U tlnd him in his shop," they say, No surer ihO of ability, There's his platie for work or play, j J)ut work he has coptiniially. AUnig Willi 25 or 30 other double-In atca, wo grabbed liolil of the rope to the at the City Hall, at tho time of the of liie Kttt.inlay ni;,ht, and pulled, tugncl. (l.sindoied Ihr.mgli the mud up limb to street, and out stai.i B'r:et, three or squares, when we were t..U ! liru v.asout. . fconicthiiig else was out. Mud m to our purls, mud lip mir drawers, muJ iu oir shoes all mud, hands hot and sore, strulned, lungs all pulled apart, perspiring all over, wind about all uone, ud--weH, are inadequate, boys, lie fore tho ulurin, ready to go to Music Hall. And now what change ! and what a plight ! If the good will pleasu forgive us for that one act, we never again be guilty of committing such outrage on human nature. No one but a soul-contiac'.ed, niggardly wimld lieei'Ulll'e a suit, ii lit lumber of to mill tlie eniiino and reels to a lire in a l Jil,e milliner. '1 hey were son iy mcd Kutill lav night. Suppose the tire- notlnni:, but get three horses and save PERSONAL POINTS. "Our Folks and Some other Folks." frum Waliiiii;Uin at of in is in re turned the but for one to us ith on the only the Ohio Hon. A. Hart returned Tuesday evening last. Ssninel .T. Mtslill, maimuing editor of the Chicago Tribune, died IhsI week. Mrs. C. A. Kibler, of Newark, ()., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Kibler, of this place. Messrs. Walter nnd Charles Ayres have re turned home from their visit, to New Orleans. Mr. J. It. Thompson, of Crested Untie, Col., returned home for a short visit last Wednesday. Miss Oriu-o Jones, of tho Institute, spent several days of the pnst week at her home, in Columbus. Harry Steele, a slave manumitted before tho war, died ht Springlleld, O., nearly one hun dred vears old. Hon. J. J. Fugsley spent tho regular tri weekly legislative vacation at home, and re turned to Columbus on Tuesday. Mr. Kibler. of Hillsboro, pa'd his friends in this , ilv a living visit last Wednesday. - llemo crnt, Wilmington. K A. Mosicr and son. of Hillsboro, wcro in to-.vn this week eirculiitiier among their many friends.- Ileiiioc rati Wilmington. Dr. I'eyton, of Hillsboro, has located in Wil minr.ton and is living in the Greene property on Columbus street -Democrat, Wilmington, Dr. Faul A. Cliadboume, President of tho Massachusetts Agricultural College, and rx prcsident of Williams Coll'gr, died on last Fri day, in New York city. James Runvon. nn old and respected citizen of this township, died at the residenco of his son-in-law, I.evi lionsii. in jianvnio, on lues dav evening, tlio Rtth, of typhoid pneumonia. Albert Stein, an old and well-known Ohio and Mississippi rivers steamboat captain, died in St. l.ouis last Friday. He was ono of the best known steamboatmcn on the river, and was noted for his kindness of heart, both as a commander and as an employer. It is snid of him that be carried more men f rt e when worthy than any other captain on the river. The young gentleman referred to will please call at this oliiee rind explain what the Greeii lield correspondent of the Hillsboro News means hy the following : Charley I'.rdmaii. of Chilli cothe. was in town on Friday and Saturday. Charley says it was purely a business trip, but we know- better. He certainly doesn't sell gent's clothing to our young ladies. Chillicothe Ad vertiser. 1 banc hall club, tho county jail, ami Wilmington in forming 1 Only thren prisoncru in spring work coming on I , On and after to-morrow. March 1, all the Hillsboro banks will elosu their doors at 1 p. ni. No orders have been received here in regard to selling Iiilt'-l'tire tickets to-morrow for Niln son's concerts iu Cincinnati. F. M. IJaldwin, a druggist of Manchester, made, an assignment for tlio benelit of credi tors lnnt Friday, with (. W. Swaim as assignee. LiabiliticH and asseta not known. The poles for the new telephone wire are now being placed in tho ground between this point and Manchester. This line when completed will bn of great public convenience. West Union Scion. The West Union 1'eople'H Defender ways the Wheat in this countv is aaid to lo looking much better than it did several weeks ago. Tlie damage hy tlie freezing weather is not so great as at in ki supposed. 9 It is still tho Marietta and Cincinnati Kail- road not the C. 13. it W., as the l'urehasing Committee have not vet turned the road over to the new eomnanv. There is a hitch in the transfer somewhere. ' Lcesburg wili have a Dairy Maids1 Festival. Hilliard's Hull next week on Saturday evening. will cost only 1.1 cents to get in to see tho pretty maids. It may cost more before un get out, hut it is for a good uhject, the benefit of tho M. L. Church. Judge Longworth, of the Supreme Court, has tendered his resignation, to take effect the 0th of .March. Tho reason for this move on the part of Judge L. is said to be a distaste for tlie eares of office and the desire to return the quietude of private life. At the temperance meeting last Sunday after noon Mr. A. V. lUchards presided. Speeches were made bv Kcvs. iillette and Starr, ami Jos. K. Marks. Mr. A. D. Wiggins will h ad the meeting next Sunday afternoon. A cordial invitation is extended to all. The household of Highland Institute present their heartfelt thanks to the brave members the lire company and other kind friends for the promptness in coming to their assistance when thu liiHtitutu wan thought to be in danger tire. Their generous aid, fortnnatfly unneces sary, w ill never be forgotten. Tho entertainment given for tho relief Ohio river tlood sulVereiH hy home talent Music Hall last Saturday night was a decided success. The receipts were li(2.'l"i; expense, .").'. H. The receipts will he used in sending piMvi-ions and other 11 eces varies to Manchester and Now JJicJimond, At tho relief nicctiiig hub in tho courthouse last Thursday evening, a committer of eight was appointed to solicit subscriptions, and apply the amount raised by them where it will do the most good. Committee: Jienj. llarrere, K. L. Ferris. John Fallon, J. H. Hichards, Dr. W. II. Smith, Jns. Fllifrilz, W. II. Glenn, W. liuiua, and the Mayor, A. Harman. By u reiTut ruling of the Postal Department no matter can bo ft.-nvai'ded in the mails alter it reaches its original aiMreoi) without a new prepayment of postage, except letttra hich will have full rate paid thereon, namelv, three cents, and newspapers or other periodicals which are to be forwarded to subscribers from postotltce to another which are in the same county where the paper to lie forwarded is pub lished qi)d in wholeorin part printed, ronsnlerable comntuint to this ruling iH made by com plaint to this rulinw ih uttvlu by commercial travelers whom it materially atlecUin loiard- to tliem samples, eic, ny man wnicn is oi- ten necessary to follow them from one postot- licu to another on their route Marriage Licenses. 5 their few Ileurv C. Evans and Jennie McM'illiams. John B. Upo, by father's consent, Gertrude M. Muruock. Jludjson liurr aud Mary Larrick. "Wm. II. Turner and Ella F. IMcliff. Unclaimed Letters. we the i.on, in ilijoiiR pre teiuliiie; List of uuciaimed letters remaining in Ollice at Hillsboro, Ohio, February 2i), 1SS.1: Iirown George Condiy Carriu J. Fttiitcr Mandy Fowie.- F-tirtifi. Haves J. Ii. Michael Joseph M: Stephens Alfred Stillwell Win. II. Smith Isaac Walker Mrs, A, J, W.;.U llebsl VanLie J. M. Ci) J. W. 1'atteison, 1. M. SICILY. pro. Miss Jufsiu White has gone to Indiana. Owen Huggins is lying very ill with fpyer. Alfred Bhopkiiy bifppcts tu locatu iitar Sicily soon. Wr. L. Ijiycock will upend tho Brown county. Small attendance at our Sunday school Ufjcuufit of bad roads. Tfio Lyceum has, ulosi d tt Toll si.hoolbouso rathLf unexpectedly Uj stJine, at least. Mrs. Nancy Marconetto was 6eiiously, if futuily injured by tailing on the ice laniy. Coiibitkrahle grumbling on account of not LHliiiii Hi-liUnd eountv puiiers till tb; L'et old. We have a daily mail, and still do yet the papers till Friday or Saturday and week uu did not iret them at all. We supposed it was on account of hh;h vyatci'S at lirst. that i-m't (hu iea;ioj, nity. A Little Waif. lcd lii bii.u alarm .Mam (our middle stock ings, shoul ders words all a Lord will an narrow-minded, outcast Ili'lneS hmi your Ail thu north bound Valley train drew up Wavei'lv yiMteiiluy ofti iji'Kin, a iiuu climbed all-ant Villi liriiditrt ycl, roy.clu-elind Hill of cixlit ycui'ii old. A postal cai.l fuiitened to iui; bi'Ufit aiuiot;ru:t;d luu- desliniition, wu u point 6iMy milcj v.eft of ChicaKO iilliry hliovved that the clilld'rl illothiT lived thia iliHtant tuni). The little one had been with her niiele in Waverly, ami wan shnliLK tor her mot her' d aniiH. both (datives ate in modulate i.ii'.Mm.iiaitiief va l"C tiieii, to finnii her an LvLi.rt, wac tiiven into tins uonduetui'n uhai'u, bado unelu Kood-byo, aud bcRan her teilioim joun.cy in brave spiiitn. A few kinddieurted pentle nicn in the ear were much interested in rawe, and when it was found th.it she have to pans tiie nidit ill Columbus, owing thu lateness of tlio train, General l'aaKeneer Ak'elit I.ftinb ena'utl to take her with iiiiu his own home tor the inejit, aud to send siifelv on her av in the inornini,'. A tiavcliiij; 1 ! inaii'vavp her a brmlit new dollar, and other pleasant attentions were sliowu tier on baud.;. Chivalry iun't all d .aJ.aftei nli,- (jazette. . - ' ' 1 ' " LEESBURG, 24th. Tho bank oWrvcl tho '2'2 hy closing. A fiw cahch of flprinff ftvor rrportM lately. The trlrjthnne in a rtt"hip: jnntitution hero. Win. ltul renin will have a public wile Mareii 3. Our hoU Is are having a i;oi1 rmi of cintnn,. The innri rnafl arc in a very bal ccn-liti-m how. Tin it in tul Ci-HA t( it. Win. Kitor rnnvc next wi t k near Wii-hintf-tm i H. Jnlm Miller i viiliiiK at. Wilminn'um fr ft low nays. llfnj. Heller i count of HivkneHH. T. I. Mntthewfi a balinti bay and uliippinK I it to Lineiunati. )iiftnel to bin room m ae-! f of sturtiiif; a dairy here. Win- Cliarley Ctritlith ia manipulating tho wiren at .Neelyv.Ue, M. Jlevival meetings at Mie Auveni Lnurrn eueti on Kumlay evening lad, Mri. Steplien Sbfiimr nnd won, nf loab-1, are tin: fjuenU of Mr. W. H. Teter. W. H. lioylo will have a publio talo of farm ing implenmidK and stock March 1. Mrn. deor(;e Ladd Iibh been in iuitn feeble It to of by of at to G. health since the death of Iter husband last fall. TVof. Crothers' band, of Greenfield, furnish- ed the music for the bail on the evening of the 21. Wright makes a specialty of mending rubber boots. jsn'twld Wright has the best lino of bootfl anil shoes in town and sells them at tho lowest figures. Try him and be conviuced. janUivlU John Holmes, the miller at Hardy7 mills, is down with typhoid fever, ami G, i Hardy ih running tiie burrs. Tho W. C. T. Union will meet at tlio resi dence of U. V, Keen on Fast Main street at 2 p. m. next Thursday. Several ladiefi from thin place attended the Clinton county meeting of the W. C. T. U. at Martinsville on Tuesday hist. A small child of Mr. nnd Mr. Samuel Spen cer has licen que poorly during the past week, but is somewhat better now. Our mechanics say there is goin to bo an abundance of work 111 their line as soon ai the spring op - tis up Hullieicntly. C. 1 Keen will in a few day open a good hoot and shoe store in the Gage building on the south fdde of Fast Main street. Get your hair cutting and shaving dono nt tho Talaco Uarbcr Shop, l'celo fc Green, pro prietors. jan.'JwlO I ho exercises at tho pehoni building 011 Wutdiington's birthdav were appropriate, for .... . . .. II' vs. White and 1 age are conducting a series of meetings at the colored schoolhouse south of irTint r moc'U"gS ftre Haid tu l,c inoreasinK The revival meetings at Fairfield, under the leadership of hVv. w. Watts, are increasing in mten several lavs. J, Lynch Johnson, of Jautchtown. O., and Virgil Johnson, of Montezuma. Jowa, in;nt portion of the past week visiting their brother, E. V. Johnson, of this place. Where are you going V asked one farmer of another. Why, I am going to Harcum's to get my groceries. It is astonishing how cheap he sells them. Try him. feb21w3 Miss Emma Chance, teacher in the First In termediate department of Sabina schools, spent Saturdwy and Sunday here, the guest of her parenU, Mr. and Mr. A. T- Chance. There will i a Dairy Maids' Festival idvcu nt Hilliard's Hall, Satmday evening, Ma.b PI. loceeds lor the benelit of tlie M. L,. Church, lefreshments abundant. Everybody invited. Admission 15c. "Operator, please ring up Oentcrfiekl." "Can't do it. They haven't any instrument." Well, then, get Samantha for us." "Can't do that, either. The company can't afi'ord to fool ith thosu ttnall places. Arrangements havo buen made fo have grand circular fox hunt on Fridcy, Sarch ihe hunt will center 111 Closes .nuner, Jr. field, southeast of town, one and a half miles. hould the day prove lino the sport promises be rovab Husscy A Limlley have void their drug store nown as tho l'aragou drug store, to Wesley Davis, who has been running said store for them for sometime. The change gives entire satisfaction to the public, as it will remain temperance drug stove, as heretofore. Crothers' band, assisted by Will Miller, this place. With his clarionet, treated parties Sabina. Wilmington, Hillsboro. Greenfield, and intermediate points to some excellent music over the telephone lines last Thursday evening through the kindness of ojicratur Kin. Persons desiring to procure dry gootU and notions will find this an excellent place to in a supply. We already have three good stores in that line or business, with a capital or ?'!,- 000 to c 18,000, and are to be favored with nu other first clasB store iu ft very short time. Ephraim Cox, we understand, will soon open up said, store in tfie room now occupied by D. Wright on East Mail! atrpct. The Hoard of Education, bv an almost unani mous vote last Friday, purchased of Mr. Melicrson, 01 Burlington, tlio lviuealional 'hart published by Ivison, Illakeman, Tavlor .V. Co., of New York. These charts arc to put into each one of the sub-district schools a few davs. In the line of school charts these aro the finest we have ever seen and bio npich cannot be safd in fa tor of them. By then' a good teacher can accomplish at least one- third more in the same time, as they cover near ly the whole scope of school work in tho coun try schools. Hurrah for the Fairfield Bjurd SCHOOL REPORT and Post lung i" on for tho ending 23, 1883 : Primary Department Laura Simpson, J each- er. ijtinitiiie jaoiisun xt, iiauies liutt '.(!. zic Palton li'.t, Clay Kjrby !)!., Oorreho 91), Jennie LeBcau J)-. Mattie LeIIcau UH, War ren Small !H, Charlie It 'dkcv OS, Frank Murphy 08, Charlie Jackson J7, Jlarho Abbott 07, Maud Covan 07, Cora Toll 07, Stanley Edwards Arthur Ladd 07, Katio lta';an 07, Dai.iie Covan 07. Intermediate Department Laura llodstm. Teauhei.. Cliu'.d A- Daniel Hull 00, Eva Abbott ,)0, Ella Abbot V'i, Lcnsou Hardv 07. Liniau Griffith 0(i. Class li-dilanche Ileesnn 0, Lillian Wuo&lev 00, Ih-lia Hough Ha. Marion Jubvauls 1)., Faith Umendetter Ut. Grammar Department Orpah M. Johnson, Teacher. Grade A Bena Pausch 00, fh-rtie Meyers 00, Blanche Wright 0ti, Nettie Ladd Carrie Holmes Oil, Maggie Miller 1)3, Anna Pat ton 03. Stella Keen 02, Couuie Murphv Sallie liedkev 01. B Grade Mikp Ita-uJi Oo, Newton Tat m Chailj.; Evan, til, Willie M Laughhn Charlie lieesoji 8,' Laura i'ausch ' R5, Laura Pausch H5, Laura Barrett H5, Louie Hardv Glen Chaltant 77, High School S. M. Taggart, Teacher. Grade A .Mae Ibslstm 0, Will Hardy 04, Chas. Hardv 01, Alfred McVey 03, Louie Milner 03, Hardy 02. Grade H Elva Worthington 05, Herman Ilorst Earnest Anderson 05, Waicus F.vaus 03, Samuel Teter 03. ' " (ira(lc G- 'Mai;giti Hifi 0", Mtrer,v,o Kinzur 04, Harrv Keen Oil, JtjHsin Evan" 02, Jolm 00, Hattie MiUei; 00. Leasburg Market. not our nol last but Ht little hich ill liv JiiK now im pubaibln Who her her would to to I her many all SdLto ' Correcei weel,y to: tiie Nkwh by Johnson, Kiain dealer Charles Turner, dealer; J. A. llarcum, dealer ill groceries : Wheat, tier bushel 1 UWa) Corn 4Va 50 Oats, ll.'i'a' Wool, medium, r.er pound JU'i to llutter , UM'ai F.Ktrs, doz l'lour, per cwt '2 7Ufo :t Hay ,per ton! U HUfo l11 lt.itatoes, Irish per bushel 'ij'Ti'.lO " Sweet ' ' KU'a 1 Apples, per imshcl 1 'Mml Ib.s, per cwt (1 (H"hG Cattle i Mai 5 Sheeii '...,' (niiii 1 Lamlib 3 Iii n4 Toult.y, per do.." i -iii'-i 3 According to the Htationer aud the niuu who does hid UubiiufcH QU hu- prineipbitj iy not afruijj of a pwi'n ihtJ of uuy' ner. 'Vhti itiau wl;o tutu hit piiceu below a living nguro iti goln to tho biggest kind ox a panic. It is coming to him jubt uh eure au fate, if he does reform before it it too hue. Turn over new leaf, brace up, don't look upon competitors uu devils; don't believe all ciiHtoiuerti tell you ubout your competitor's priced; have a backbone of your own; your own prices; aud make your customer? come up to you; don't be force, giving your knees uiuHe.iu voik iard jr.u luauu fuur twt. Av.t of. f.A wimt body Leasburg Market. NEW LEXINGTON, 24th. Mrn. Mfiry Mrrn r is ill very low. Jjiek SanitT8 is still improving Klowly. Joseph Iturtou in v.-ry n'uk with fever. Mrs. SiinTl lirown is still improving very Ther" is rnnHuleiuH si' laiesH tbronjth ipiit tho couulry. C'ury lel'herHoii on the hicl; list find in a very bail condition. Alien Oren and brother Khipped their portfiblo Nnwmill to Florida Inst week. Tho Kimling fuee or slur;in Ilugliey (ex- I 1 j lnn ; 1 clerk of court) Wft8 fiteu 1 ud Thursday on onr j i ! Th 100 young men from tho country took advantage of tlio low rates liiKt Sunday nnd visited tho city. Cooper Sluulor, with hU family, started for Missouri hist Thursday, where ho in to make his future home. Allen JohiiNon and daughter, of Mara thon, O., wore in attendance at the funeral of Mrfl. liehyiuer liiat Tuesday. C. W. Short and wife, of New Hichmon'd, 0., were cnlled here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mary Bchymer, last Tuesday. Several of the Odd Follows of this place were present at the dedication of the Odd Fellows1 new hall at Greenfield last Thurs day. liev. Loyd and wife, t.f JlilWboro, were iu town last Sunday. Mr. Loyd preached in the M. E. Church Sunday morning, and delivered ft temperance lecture iu the eve ning. The Friends have hired a now sexton for 1 their church, and they nrn preparing to have considerable woik d:Hie on the church by painting tho inside walls and buildin: new chimney and inclosing tho belfry. I bonie l'J or 11 of Jiobt. Cox s young S friends culled at bis homo on last Friday nd- I evening while he was down in town n 1 1 mg to business lo givo him surprise in 1 0 in j honor of his lit)ih birthday, Ie was asked to return home, where ho found a goodly ' company assembled, and took a hand in jmlling the taffy. A splendid time was j U : a . h. to a of at I J. J. be in id of hud. The members of tho M. E. Church and kgvcj'aI (jf tho citizens met at the M. 1 Church Ust Monday tiyonjua aui 1-eld a farewell mooting iu honor of Thos. Dillon and James llouds and families, who arc members of tlie church, and were about to depart for Florida. They started Tuesday. Mr. Dillon has lived iu this place for the pnyt Di yours, and has been a very active worker iu the church as a preacher, class Itiiulei' ami rHtbday school teacher7, au4 ha bneu a ineinber of the Council for a num ber of years, and also a member of the school board for several years, lie will be missed by tho citizens more than any other man that has ever left here. Mary Hchynier, daughter of Williuui and Fjivabeth Short, was born near Amelia. Clermont county, (1., in l&l J, and died in Kcw Lexington Feb. JSth, 1-S:J. She was stricken with paralysis almost six yours ago, aud siuco that time her life has been one of much suffering, patiently endured. Nut small part of 3ior anliclion was that of seeing the declining health and vigor of her husbaud, who, like herself, suffered from paralysis for almost four years till ho fell asleep in Christ four months no. Since that time she has had ro desire to live, often expressing her great longing to be rest. During the three weeks preceding her death she suffered intensely. She sent messages of love to absent friends, saying "Tell them to meet ine in Heaven. " Then pointing upward Baying "Uh, I'm glad, Pin glad Vm going." When tho messenger came at midnight, so gentle was the sum mons that what seemed a refreshing sleep was tho sleep of death. She hud closed her eyes on her bed of suffering, and awakened in heaven. One sjster aud f;T,r L.fodie.'K are still living, aud two sons and six daugh ters are bereft iu so short ft time both father and mother, but all cherishing iheir Christian counsel and example look forward to the reunion beyond tho grave with hope that "we shall all meet rn the morning." New Lexington Market. 07, 01, 01, 01, UU, W, Bee son "Reported by V. 13. Worrell, retail grocer. Wheat, per bushel... Corn Corn Meal, n,,..., H.iv, per T Oais Flour, cwt Potatoes, Irish, per bushel.. " voct.n... Hoauij...... Wool, fleece, pound " unwashed , Livo chickens, doz Cranberries Onions Turnips .... Qysteve,, ..! I,..!.', i..., i)fuppiug, cwt Sheep, cwt Lambs Hogs, cwt Iteef, per pound New lliuns Mew Shoulders Iiacon, , Esrs, do ..........'.'.'.'.'...'..' Butter ..'.'.........., Iiard Coal, per Lu..,.,, AppluK, perb,un.. f".ii't;t;i Sloidj 1 45t; JiO 8 OtkKI 'HI fed WI tii(i 1 3 eti(ftjl id 22((4 2(1 2 75((3 3 15 qi on 5 00G 00 2 51)1(3 00 3 50oj4 50 5 75(o0 00 ll( 15 V2ch ivil0 l'H((i20 V4H'9 iVi 1 752 TAYLORSVILLE. 00 (u 00 III) 5tl Hi 75 On 00 sho thinks of taking Jackson Ostium haa lought the Hook prop erty aud is going to move to town in a days. Sarah Jane (WneU.k ,4 vil littr ttvwunp to "--" ami trip went' in the spring, John MahattVy has been buying and shipping wheat, ami the furmeru art) huving a grand time hauling through tho mud with about bushel to the four-horse load. Tlie cititiim of Ktraitoiit hVp bieu making it hot bir nmntt t f tlie t-vneotd own.dnp for tlihtuibing their school a i w nights and we ;hiplf wold be well tor thc-iu to on with the good work until they cm eh one two from hiteoak. Another Kind of a Fence. Lynchburg. Feb. 24. 1883. yetr uwn have not a your your But ou tivtt P.dttor 1 Sir - Ft-rmit me- to tmy through tlie Nkwh to your lKidrioitvllle eorrcspontleiit that 1 have no fcii'va to repair. 1 infer a certain wind that he made use of in re ft re to me tlmt he in a pet-ti-fog-ger; hut he that it may, I have to nay that hiu remark eonet feneci fully convinced me of one and that is, that he is incompetent to till office of fence viewer. My visit to Dod-e. , was to obtain the nameu of rc-.u n imr a I'rtthibititiu Anv" li.-mi td'tlns tNiiistltuTion. I hail rnoniu buwhitotf. 'Did U hurt himV i ii 1 1 1 ' 1 - J. W. Smith. Then Mr, Smith was trying to put a prohibi tion' fence around tlie Inpior tiuitie. ' t else UrH tiH Dutlsouville corrvao.om n ftta Lynchburg. Feb. 24. 1883. GREENFIELD, 26th. . Allen wnfl in Cinejnnati on Wedner ilftV Yet Vii't;inia d- H. W Ht. Henry Cork it pr"pt ' tintj in with a Mew of li. :i(ini;. i,. it. jiovd. c r ijnuiH.r... wim i in Hilny iu the interest of Inn mill. 'SW Jbtnnah Miu k ih ipiite Ki k with lim ft ver at her reideuee on Hiit h Heennd ftreet. Mi?" .Tf'hiion, of I.er.Oninr, ppent pev ml U of the past V.i eli here, the euest, of Mi I'.r-Mie Iiek Harvey W. Hyer Hpeut neveral days i i t i ii k relative. Henrv Oetlen, i I ' j nnd fnmily, of Chillicothe, I .f lant week at this phue Jr.. of Cincinnati, was in busi- 1 a at of in town on Thursdav and Friday combining iicss with pleasure, About twenty-five dollars w re subscribed by our citi.t ns to the relief fund for the sutlerers in the Hooded districts. Master P-cnnie Hcidiug.reld was on ft brh f vi.-it to his home hern ki.-t. week. He returned to school at Cincinnati 011 Sunday afternoon. The religious meetings are still being continu ed at the Methodist Church with unabated in ter st. Nearly twenty have already united with the church. Mrs. N. L. Phelns and niece. Mis Julia 'Tay lor, of Gallipolis, after a biief vb.it lu re the guests of .Mr. ami Mrs. John M. Wadd'-il, re turned home on Wednesdav. Dr. W. II, Edgar, late of the firm of Edgar A Fruiter, will remain here and practice medi cine. For the pr'si-nt his urmT w:ll lie at his dwelling on South street, Vf. H. EvaiiR and J. C. Caldwell, of the firm of Kerr, F.vaus X Co., were in Cincinnati on Monday for the purpose of purchasing a largo number of stock cattle. George Love and wife will remove o this place about March 15lh. Mr. Love, together with Geo. W. Fucker, will continue the quarry business of tho lute G. I. Pucker and Son. It UKiks the bnys real nngry to ask them for additional funds to pay the expenses for the last hop given by tho Xo Name Club," Where, oli, whbt u is the trbdiHin r T. N. Sellers enntinues to improve daily and will undoubtedly bo relied to full health. Mrs, A. N. Johnson, his pi-1 r, paid him a vnit on 1 hursday la-t. John Spargur, who some two months since purchased the grocery of J. L. ,V S V. Cald well, on Wu-dii m; ton sin et, packed his do k on Wednesday and removed to the cotiutiy. Two weddings will -Oiortlv tnke nliic (m West Main street, and G;ei utield will loe two 01 her young ladies, as both tho geiith ineu arc i't'Hii lor.-ign places. J-or names please call on the writ', r. Ca.diit r Left vi r. of the Citizen's Bank, has In en tpiite se-k during the pnst week nnd unable to attend to his duties. We are ph-iiM-d to announce that his condition is much better to-day. The jtii-tieiit quaitMis of Euwaid Mt laiii be ing tot 1 small on account of his business increasing daily, lie on Wt dut sday l::st securt il the upper rnonis iii the new Flfiott buiMing which he will occupy about March first. Another saloon or vile den has been opened on Fast Main street iu the King building. This is undoubtedly tho worst place iu town and should bo visited by the " Tads'' accompanied by tho bet,i miaiu muengiuo in the county. Our Brass Band must have been slightly dis arranged or Home misunderstanding t alien place i n Thur-day as fully half an hour elapsed after Ihe Odd bellows were ready to move for ward before every member of the baud was in his place. James Boliinsoti. Jr., and family n moved to Summit Point. West Virginia, on Monday, wheie they e-.pi-. I to l-.nte on u very fine farm. Mr. Kohnison has hail years of experience in this business and will imdoubtcdly make a suc cess at that point. On account of failing health and too close confinement to business, Martin McDerinott, Jr., resigned his portion as agent of the C. W. X . at Musselman to-day Wednesday ). Martin will take a tiip South and East for the bent fit of his health. The two vabmhle f,"ie.y bdomjing to the late John B-'hrenhuig were sold on Thursday by K. H. Miller for nearly thirteen thousand dol lars. The home farm, the ljctter of the two, brought sixty-nine dollars and fifty cents ptr acre, while the entire two hundred acres sold ut an average of ii2 per acre. W. F. Slurwin, the great singer of Cincin nati, was announced to be present at the servi ces at the Baptist Church on Friday evening but on account of sickness was unable to be present. Mr. Sherwiu was present on Sunday, ,c,aincn (IU 110 75 " 10 liowuver, and gave ourcitieiH Ins HkiU ft"? ' b'Ti;LV. L. Newinan, pnpriet(ir of tho New York st'ue, will shortly uccii)y the north romn in M.e Flliott huililiug on a.-hinKt'n street. Mr. Nt wman Iiiih fur some nionths betn leuiung for more commodious muirtt-rH for his im-reuHing biisiiji'Hs, bis present location hcin i ntire'y tvo sniitil. The new ivvt , li.y io .t Non op-jii their Wr,.. hi;,,, loii etn ( t estiillis!uuent to-morrow (Thur-.iliiy i. An entirely new stock ami Jixtun were jairclmsed hy thin lirm and is taHtct'ully arranged making the Htorerooiu very attractive, ihe new tirm have had a number of yearn ex perience in this business and will uuf ml , dlv make a success at this point. The tihoe faero'-v ;r.s(i.Ml it Mguln !eingai tated io'i1 a'f ;ii..,v.i;t lM)!;s like there might something result therefrom. That we have superior facilities at this point in tho way shipping and receiving all kinds of supplies undeniable, and we hope our hie iiu ss men will take hold of the matter ami secure this lev., h-talked-of manufacturing estiibl'shr.w -1(t, it claimed that witii a ten Tn-.-.d i'ittlhir invest ment lifty JifO"'-; '.v'.li ho employed the year roiim1, -,rU, Houcl wages. A smart aleek, who represe nted himself as traveling sidesman for the tirm nf Horn it Cii., uf Columbus, succeeded in borrow iv.'j an over coat from J. C. .McArthur, tl'i t;.il:r. ami Friday skipped for ft, iv.-mc heuUhy climate. We were umtb1.'.' lo Ka'ti Uie young fellow's name but were informed that he was a good tulk-r and hail enough eJieik to carry hin tiriigh. It was rather late tt Kteal an oy. ivon but protn ably the S. A. was on, h;s uy l ! i v cold r gion. f,ew farm tit teen boys unce. yo ir fnuu nee as ru ing tiling, the of you 'Ihe wv-.-; t,:i.i .i.iuiid rit of the members HiugH"hi Lotlge, No. 10, of this place, presented the order with an elegant llihle and silver pitcher on Wednesday evening of last week, j he presentation was to have been made Tuesday evening but 011 account nf ov,e in the an ival of the llihle, ",tC- .Uair postponeil until Wei by KWj i-ietiing. I .Mary Murrav v,.'.v; ,;;A-tt.d to make the pres'-n-tat'o;, v.hi,',; -he tuoompitshed in a short Wv-U i.ivpared speeeh ami delivered in a manii'-r very gratifying to her iiium rous friends. rif-poiise was made hy Mr. V. IL Irwin, atu which the evening was spent in social conver sation and in having a grand good time. The umeh-talkcd-of and hiiiu-defwrv dedi cation of Fdnggold Le.li;j: N . m . U. O. took place ;:e, 'J huvvday bit with imposing cerc- mouv-J' i wv neyc pteui-uk incinhersut Urdev (rom Wacrly, Washington C. II. Lees hurg. Monroe and Uill.-dmro, oyt th-r w (Iruud Mastt r liipkett, of Fhtley, and Oram! Secretary Chidhcy, or Ciuelitnati. The cere mony l"Vau in thf Hull at two o'clot-k anil end ed hU'ui four, after which about three hundred members, together with their families and head ed by the (Ireenlield brass Hand, marched tho skating-rink and enjoyed a very tine s-,p per. The sten t work was trim !', t', d Hall about seven o'cloi k, aJ'U v whhii the whole aituir ekmed wih a, ta'.ei tH iu lull's where V.1 '-t'j i-'to- hum hit I people enjoyed ti.:i.ii en for several hours. Jt was truly gala ilay tor the (Mil rellows aiul their frit Our School INi.ird has at It nglh arrived at concision that this community need u sehoolhouse. and 011 March 7th. foio 4 ii-wuions will be voted upon, a lr.'uaoyof allthevotts cat being iec y o secure the loeution. 'i'he t;r,t ii'-.:'.tiii is the hi sent one, t"gt w ith the adjacent lots. i he second, the M. l'WVer prop. l;v. 'I'ldld. .lames W erty. t imrtli, .lauien is. Morrow ik,m-i!;,. at the I 1 st cltctioii for locj;;io; o-1 Ut-i f 1, sites shad receive a muionty of all the catt, then the ;ilte. having the lou st number yoio ohall he dropu-dt and another tleetlon had he held at which the remaining thri.- shall he submitted, and if neither of them thcnivocivea majority if all the vtttes (he site having the lowest nn.nbir 01' shall in- dropped und another election shall h Id, at which the remaining two sited shall submitted, ami thn site submitted receiving majority of all the votes east for either of sites shall be the one on which said m-v building shall he erected. that our hous 'htlllCtjK tec ji fnttuc ,1! In tjuod lor a new Bchool- ju 410s comuumity was greatly hurpii.tl Wednesday morning lust over the announce ment of tiie failure of Messrs. Kdgar A' J-V.., the Main street druggists. To u',1. :n-(-(.ele-, the tirm was tiaiiMtc'j", in,,i (J(in- buiiiedi having b;,'t'Vo (J.iV i....toiii uo removtd MMollt,tiOl lititel to tin ir potent on Mam Stn-et. Tliu new room w tts for a term of live yuara aud pobaesaion cured r.1mt the t-nth whieh a l:uf.'e li"li l iy utoc the two Wet It f.iUt'wiiik,' a of hiHinesH ttiin t i n tiH i- t t.r Deet nib r. nHtr k wa' luid in r 1 1 1 f'r very Inrtre nmnniit h A lai r 'linoiilit f 'itod-i w.n purelr.ne.l than wat mild, nnd n a coiiHti pit nee a 1 1 r t I n h"lntfiv- were oer. and wettlt nit nt tit ninli'lt'd I y the tnrt i'11 en d-it"i-4, the tirm found th'in-elvt'.4 nnnl'le to meet then' iihh).atnni and d b.i 1111; to treat all alike ei'iielmlt'd to innl.e an avii;niin nt fr tie1 bene I lit. of t!iei- eretlifitri. 'Iliii wjm in-eoi ilintrly dune tui t 'Ine-Jiliy and Mr. ( W. 1'iiee. oedi 1 it r of the ( 'omnu'ivml ftunli. named atsi'rnee. '1 he liahiliheM td tlw liini ani'Mint to nhout two thuiaiitl dollar, nnm tn about one thritHaiid, t.- ther with a woiihleMs lot of book uf oimtH. (i. T, raker, the junior member of the linn, '""t il. iniiK to meet lm etuiipanifHis on tin morning of the Announcement kipptd for parts unknown. of the failure, N. S. LITTLES. j 1 I The g. ntk man whoso nrun In ads this article j was buried lit Wednesday with Masonic cere i in in it s in the beaut d ill eeiuefery at ireenlield, 1 Ohio. Being will und favorably known in I Chillicothe we give a brief ski tch of his short I nd event lid life. Mr. L. was tlie son of W. It ami Julia D. Littler, and was born nenr Ceu tretVld, Highland county. Ohio. Shortly after wards bis parents moved to Madison township in the same county where they have ever since mad'1 their home. He was given the u-Mial schooling farmers are able to give their sons, which he ust d to good advantage. At the age of seventeen he went to work fur Mr. Jus. Casey who bad charge of a section on the Marietta A Cincinnati Bailroad. Alt' r four y itrs he was yiven '. barge of a section and as sign) d for duty at Go-heii Pike. From there he was soon nfterwards called to Bkiuehcster to aMt Mr. Patterson, Division Master, wherein remained about five vears. In the fall of lHTii lie whs married to MihS Ailie Goodwin, of Blanchester, (duo, a f.um r's danghtt r, and a most ttimablc voung Indv. lie was iu t called to the position of I load Master on the Day ton X Southeastern Itailroad, lining first at Wnxlongton C. H., next Xenia. nnd alt. rwards at 1 hillicothe. it was at thin time he became so wi 11 know 11 to our cii icii-B, ha the ic- tireue r.t of Mr. J. F. t itinp.-i iing from the P ccivei.-nip i,( the Diivton.V Soutli'-a-teru. 'Mr. Littler went toD-lcilo to take the position 01 liad M.t-ter of the Dayton A li.-higan Fail mad. When .Mr. L. It it the Marietta A Cin cinnati Faiiroad In- wu made the if ipit id of 1111 el' gant silver t a s-rvjep J,y hi-t ft ii-nds th:it load, and niton k-,i ing tlie Dm t. n A S nit In n-ti 1 n tbf 1 1 m 1 li-viN. :is a token -f tin api cia! ion, pi--;, nt; d him v id; a )unxe co taming iH in :'o:,i. .1..!., ui.g upon t,i new lield .i liiooi on liiu Dayton ,V Michigan Bail road lie found the road in bru! condition, nece-i itating his presence out on the road in all kinds of weather. During the floods and storms tti w hich he v. as .po( d la.t spi ing 1 took a se ere etdd, w Inch set t 1m I on hi-- lung and in May last he was t;dt n w ith In m n !i.i; es, w hi h so .ii tb-vt loped into t oi'.na;i! i"T and, iilth'iuh he t'- i. d t r,"'o'v t 1 r- gain his- stp, i.gth, tt.e .b-.:e.c had t:ik;-n too firm a hold and 11 ft i-1 months of su'tering ho w as com- pt IN tl to succumb, dying at the age of thiity two vtars, at the homu of his pnrenrs, Feb l'Jth, where he had been removal, so that be could receive the attention he so eminently de served. His beloved wife and two small chil drcn survive him, who have our heartfelt sym pathy. Scioto Gazette, A CARD OF THANKS. Wo respeeHullv tender our hearth It thanks to the friends and neighbors for their kindnes shown to us during the Iat sickness of our be loved son, N. L. Littler, d'-ivu-td. and lor tin large att' ndanee at the fun. r;d services; ant friends fioin Chillicothe, Ulaiii he-t' r, (in ii. Id. Ghio, and (ina-mh Id Lodge p. and A. Ma.-ons. have our r-oecial thaid;. V. K v J.iba D. Littler East Mi:r.u.f, u., Fen. 1.1, ls;J. Greenfield Market. Corrected weeklv lor the Ni:vs, by 11. Kirov, Main street grocer : Wheat, per bushel il (U S 1 Wi Corn ' .r'Ta Oil ( lats . , , ;.Vni Wool, pi r pound .... ( ,. , ',1'joo 1)7 butter .' tu- 20 Kltho ).ei. iV...'. .. .'. ! 20 Kloiir, p. r cwt 2 To'i- Hay " T . c,i 10 Potatoes, Iri-h, per hllahel fi H." Al'p'e S " 1 2V,i 1 50 llo'js, p.. r cwt 0 b"ii l! 25 I 'at tie :l 00'. i 15 Sh.-i p :i oo.'n :l no I.ive Chickens, per doz 3 Oie;! 25 Coal, per bushel 1112 llacou Shoulders, per pound 7 K -? S Kaeon Shies i. ll'T.fti'ia bard, " Ul'jial) NEW PETERSBURG, 24th, h of is is a on r Isaiah Smith has the rheuiuut isni. Master Johnnie Karnes is M'k with a sore throat. William A".U Jius Jjad the rheumatism, but gettiiv bettt r. Ad. Muttloeli l'ist a valuable horse with some thing like lung lever. Hosea Pearcf is practicing for his exhibition to he given mi hom Frith.y eening. Job n Fen t has movfnl into the proprrtyon Lewis ieorge'ti Urm, where (ieorgu Cropper suicided, Tit; friends and relatives of Mrs. Mary Coop er were shocked t b arn of her death, which occurred on tlie 1-lth inst., at Spring Hill, Kan. Frank Worley, w ho has been visiting here among relatives and friends, together with niece. Miss Jennie WorVy, returned to their home iu Auvuia, lad., after tptite an exteinled viftir, l. t!. Willi;t!iis dosed his fourth t rm school in di.-triet No. 11, on thr j:id, with entt rtainnient at night, consisting of spelling, rernling and declamations. It was a very inter esting time. lbH. T, fi. Neul, of Chillii't)thc, has purchased a thirty thousand dollar bottom farm, with view of engaging in farming on an extensive scale by proxy. It seems that a mania seized hold of the prominent attorneys of Seioto Vui.ey for tanning by pi'"y. us Seal nukes about the sixth one that has gone into the business during the past two or tliie vears. Wavcrlv Watchman. The Midland. on iss but The r F., tlie ith to t:ie Ibtll, a nts. the v tht r Clara Olop- votes of ite shall east votes be be a b" d on Thepartv eousUUng of Messrs. J. A. Wilco, T. Kwing MiUev, iienry Miller, C. 1. F. Put:, (i. C. ltoot r and others, who went to Cincin nati to littt-nd a meeting of the stockholders the Columbus, Cincinnati X Midland Itailroad, returned feeling eoiilideiit of success, although the llooil at the lueen City intei b red with completion of their work. The parties present tin-re with them sure Fdgar M. Johnson, Keck ami M. F. Ingalls,' oi meinniiti, W. M'Ciintiek and P. p Fil, of Chillicothe, Col. S. N. Veoiuau, of Washington C. 11. Another oc ;iug will be held in this city thai w ttk in Mart h. One ma.' t it tliset-t wtu ihe contract with thu Palfimoiv .V Poad for the transportation of all fr ight Columbus tu Cincinnati, which will be shortest b( twen the two points. The distance to VieniiH, the point of juncture with the Washington V llaltimore lload, between Columbus and Cinciiitiaii, lit'ty sevi n miles from this city --inuring tho line 114 miles. The citizen ct Sabina are tit have the road tU; ihi-ir 'laee, which, done, will make a Miihl elbow between Wash ington C. . to id u una, lengthening the a hW uitvH. '1 ii.- uinoiiiit of sub-el iptiori along the i:ded is lMO.iMii. about onediaif of amount now 1 ing on their bonUs, and prospeet for obtaining tin liai;:.ett i f-aid to good. One point of troe.l.ie i Mount sterling. where thepiople hi-,. 1 anxious to have roatl. hut h,u t. .t.i.ei iln d to ihe Columbus Ma W.lv.-. it is Htatett that load is dt 1-ihis city to Mt. Sterling the lima ot road and Columbus A Midland aro almost allel. 'Ihe p.-ople of that p;aco do not which line is built, ho Way g 1 a railroad. Columbus ty Muiioul people hac otien il take the su'ci pl ions of lite plaee. to be 1.1. w 1,... 1 1 . ,,!, II. .... . I ditiou that thi-v h:dl not bo liable to the f' I h;ndile4 A .Mavsihit. nd 'j'he hue will aitord an outlet for Hillsboro, thf.iugh which the Mayville road was to that point hi ing distant from Yii una ouiv units. At present the j.-ople of H.HU)ro coming ea.-t ward are obliged to rm kiili as as blanchester hi tore they bV.'i-v ll'.w Ciiicin- niiti, Washington V balto,,,.n 'i he Muhaml will utlnable ditrict Columbus. P 'r- io Ve hopi 1 that it will built, .jdn) Coiinuhiii .V 1 tiHteru, du thu ,,(1(11 season, 'I'he railrinol am wh;-S fiiy w utits. 'J'hey have made it w hat U id next best thing, and one in v.hk. 1 4 city more ih ticit ut, is nianutaL Iho eiiy nearer than any in hi.'. ;. vbu imuI and regions, and i-t Miito tune has fueilitit u iing manufactured goods. (m'e. hwrt Journal, liiilui-t mit lo Travelt'i loca iiuii reut td no- Si'Ecial Isi.ri'KUi:N r 111-0 oiVJ you the Hi'Ki.iniiton ltni'TK. .n jmy tu ruud tliuir udvi-rtU.j!, lii bo tlnuwhero iu Huh :VJ.. uiurJIlyl LYNCHBURG. Lli Koiuli lmN.innvod to tuwu. I). A. Klair liis lnu;M T.cwiH llllis' fiirrn. M. It. Tnlse will inuvi- Ik I'nj-i'tli-villn IK'Xt w. ck. SIi-h. tii'oifjn A. !Tin;r in on tln sick lint nCfiin. Suiii'1k)i1v ii1cikp oxantino (lie pfftch-l'ti 1, (u Rive UH rcyuTl, Mr. Ji'fT Conijiton, (if (.'nlifimiin, i visit- inr; l v. niilili tlun wpek. Mirts Kokp lloyluml. of ('incinimti, iKvihil- iliR hi r niuiiTims frioncls bore. Mih. F.. ('. Mi'AJdw, nftor n lingf-ring 1 1 1 iKH, i niin nlilu to ho iilxiut. Mrn. 1). Johnson, (f Newport, isiting her father, J. L. Dnmcnil. Mrs. Dr. Fulton wns visiting at Martins- .ille hmt Tui ly find Wedncsdny. lr. S'. J. Srofo lias removed Iiih otlij"! to his f?.il:ne on North iiroadway. Mrp. (iertnulo Gibson, of 8t. Louis. Mo., was visitini' relatives hero last week. Two of our younpr men i?ot on their niusele Saturdny evening in Miller's saloon. The District Committee of thn I. O. O. l will meet here March liith, at 10 o'clock a. tu. Mrs. J. W. Henderson ami Miss Jessie Fulton were visitina at New Vicuna last v.-k. Tho attention of our city dads is called to thn dejiloiablj condition of some of our sidewalks. Ky., will mret in Wtwilrow's A full ftttend mco in liv. 1 at roi his ltMtur'1 Woodrow's Hull Fin f:inn d in-rhtcr, to his Mrs. The A. O. U. W. Hull March nth. U'siit'.l. Miss'-'s Koch anil LoWr, of Hillsboro, art' thr c'ursts -f Miss Eon Miller, of Nurth E--v. J. W. Kliso ,1 "IniTsnll AiiKworotl L'hiirsiluy evening. 1. P. Mt rrov,- l.:is ro!,1 i'n, NNdiit.!), and li.s Am.uitlu Eftiiih. Mis Eou Miller cntertaiiKMl (inilt; a nuni- hfr of hi r vouiit friotuU at Ikt homo on Inst Frhlity uvoniny. Thi! I i t tin folks coniiosin Mrn. MikMox'm Sahijitth school cluss aro nndiT trainiii'' fur tho liumthlv review. l; v. .f. T. (HtMint's has boon oinjilovotl hy tho Christian Church at this jihicc for the eu-nin year. (uit"1 a hrisk trado in rr-al estate has been i,foinij on tho F;lst w, ek. Several farms have rhaiicii hands at iiriccs averaging about lifty dollarK per acre. Mr. Havid Jolinson, of Newport, Ky., reipu-sU ns to return his thanks to the citi zens of Lyuehbr.r, who contributed to wards relieving his family during the high waters. Lynchburg Market. (0 Wheat, per bushel $ Oals Cattle, pt r cwt 3 Ho-;s C Flour 3 Potatoes, per bushel Apples, per bushel 2 Live Chickens per doz Turk vs, dreted, per pound. Engs.. Hutu-v Corn Meal, per bushel Corn I lav, per T Lard ... liacon, sides , Shoulders Hams Feathers Coal, per busdlel Wood, per cord 1 00 10 3 nov f oo ; (oj 3 2 oi 2 0U(i 2 00 It 20 'JO HO 8 0010 0 ir 12 10 1", 40 H 00 In issj, 4.527 Huits for divorce were brought iu hio. is his of an the In the Mr. Hillsboro Prices Current. Corrected Weekly by Scott Hale and Keiail (irocers Healers. X Roads Whole und Produce Hillsljoro, Tuosiiay, Yvh. 27, 1SS. CL'Y FN Cr PlilCIlS FOU COUNTKY PliODUCE. Healers arc paving the following priced fur 1 (lo ri u it s named : 1. bil,-lic hel. the various Wheat, bie.l Corn lats Flux Seed Flour, cwt Corn Meal, bushel Potatoes Sweet Fotat White beans, bn Dried Apples. Ill " Ftaches dreell Apples Ft athcrs, il) liu't.-r i:--s, dozen liacoii Hams, lb. . . . Sides " Shouiders. . . Lard Hay. Ton Sorghum Molasses, Hdlow. lb Live ( 'hie kens, doz . 1 00a 40a -OH :lja 4i h"a 1 (i) 2 tioa 2 7(1 (JOa ti; nda 70 8oa 1 lD 2 una 2 50 5a i 5a 4! 75a 1 00 35a 45 lMa 20 Uia gal. 11a (MialO :15a a ! 25a 12 PO -Hi 7 1 (10 Ihvs Turl I Tom-, r, of the Silas T. ami tic d Ohio from the Cin cinnati, nod way whole anx ious if line road that the be 11 I lunel. I this par- j cue j The j to) pava- , , Co- I i ru: ) itn far j for 1 be1 .1 ! tUv 1 the is : hi mm superior 1 Cltii kens, doz . alive !r,,.-d lb livi: STOCK. Peeves, cwt. gross " shipping heep and Lambs, per cwt HhUn cw t. gross Stock Hogs ' Much Cjws, with Calves , . 'J 50a ;i 00 0a 10 . . 11a 12e . . 2Ua 25 . . 3 7',a 4 25 . . 5 25a 5 75 . . 8 5oa 4 50 . . G una fi 50 a 6 00 :n oor o5 oo Iir.TA'.I, 1'HTiT.S oF liltoi FIUKS ANI Ciroceries and other articles retail at the following prices : Sugar, N. O. lb Ft lined, Crushed and powdered Cotlec, bio Tea. Imperial, V. II. ami G. P " Flack Cheese, factory Flour, good familv brands, cwt " ' bbl Fi.di-Mackei-tl, No. 2, y.hbl Kits Fish -White, 1 bbl kus : .Molasses, N. O Sorghum Golden Svrup Lard Oil." Coal Oil Salt, Kanawha and Ohio, bbl Hams, City sugar cured brooms, single Pice, lb UOJlLVK. from stores Sa 0 Ita 12 loa 14 4 Ma hi) 5na 1 00 15a IS 2 Mia 3 00 5 75a ti 00 4 4ua 4 l0 hfa !H 5 5oa 5 75 a 1 15 05a 73 a 50 60a 70 1 00a 15a 20 1 25a 15 ' 2"a 25 8a 10 I E Tlie great superiority of DR. BULL'S COUCH SYRUP over allother rough remedies is attested by the immense popular demand H for that old cstablisiied remedy. 1 r r- ..x : ....n: ly yuii fuuud m t Sv' A.' 1'or the Cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup, Asthma, Bron chitis, Whooping Cough, Incipient Consumption and for the relief of consumptive persons in advanced Places of the Disease, l-'or Sale hvall l)ni"-L'ists. Price. 25 cents. -mm t ' - -. U IT,