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MLLWOno. OHIO: Wednesday, March 14,1383. THE LIQUOR QUESTION. A Constitutional Amendment Adopted by the House. Taxation or Prohibition the Issue. The lower House of our State Legislature succeeded last Thursday in adopting an amendment to the Constitution in regard to the liquor question, by a vote of 6S to 25, being five more than the necessary three fifths majority. Only two Repub licans, Messrs. Metcalfe; and Tones, of Delaware,, voted .-gainst the m on.l mont- liil, fiinr Hprnnrratfi I Hall, Hopkins, McCullough arid Moore, of Pike, voted in its favor. Another Democrat, Devereux, of Hamilton county, it is said, would have voted yea but was absent. The popular and able Represent ative of our county, Hon. J. J. l'ugsley, had the honor of presenting the amendment which harmoni.cd the conflicting views of the Repub licans, and secured the necessary three fifths majority, and the fact shows the high esteem in which he is held by his fellow-members and the commanding influence he exerts in the House. The following is the full text of the proposed amendment : Jointreso!ution : Proposing certain amendments to the Constitution. Be it resolved by the . General Assembly of the State of Ohio, that propositions to amend the Constitu tion of the State of Ohio be submit ted to the electors of the State on the second Tuesday of October, i8S3, as follows : First proposition : That the ad ditional section to Article 15 of the Constitution be amended so as to read as follows, and that said original additional section be repealed : Sec. .The General Assembly may by law provide for levying special taxes or assessments on the trartic in intoxicating liquors, and shall by law provide against the evils resulting therefrom. Second proposition : That the ad ditional section to Article 1 5 of the Constitution be amended so as to read as follows, and that said original additional section be repealed : Section .The manufacture of, and traffic in intoxicating liquors in this State, to be used as a beverage, is forever prohibited. At such election the electors de siring to vote in favor of said first proposition shall have on their bal lots the words "Taxation of liquor traffic, Yes," and the electors desir ing to vote in favor of said second proposition shall have on their bal lot, the words "Prohibition, Yes." Ilefore the passage of Mr. Pugsley's amendment, a number of other prop ositions were presented by various Republicans but all were voted down without debate, the Republican majority having previously come to an agreement to pursue that course in order to avoid further delay. The Democrats, led by Mr. Ilargar, of fered a substitute in favor of License, which was voted down by 59 to 27. Of the 34 Democrats in the House 11 voted against license and 11 dodged the question. All through the session, Mr. Brunner, the Demo cratic leader of the House, had boasted that the Democrats were a unit in favor of license, but the vote showed that they were thoroughly disorganized and divided on the question. Mr. Pugsley's amendment gives great satisfaction to the Republicans generally and is regarded as the best practicable measure of Temperance reform that could be obtained from the present Legislature. It presents the two distinct propositions of Tax ation of the Liquor traffic on the one hand, and entire Prohibition on the other. This will give the friends of Prohibition an opportunity to show their strength which they have long desired and for which they have sent in -petitions at the present session signed by over 150,000 persons, over half of whom were voters. The other proposition, giving the Legis lature power to tax the traffic, if adopted by the people, will enable that body to pass a judicious tax law, which it is believed will result in re stricting the traffic to a large extent, and thus greatly diminish its evils. Whichever proposition is adopted the result will be a substantial gain for the cause of Temperance. Should both propositions fail to re ceive the necessary njajority of all the votes cast, and thus fail of adop tion, there will still be a better state of things in regard to the liquor traffic, as the Legislature will un doubtedly pass a tax law of some kind at this session which will avoid the unconstitutional features of the Pond bill. Although the Senate has passed the Kinney amendment, it is probable that body will recede from its action and concur with the House in adopt ing the Pugslty amendment. President Arthur is indisposed. POLITICAL. Lit: 1 k i v Township Convention. The Republicans of Liberty town ship will meet in convention at 2 o'clnrk I'. M., March 24th, 1SS3, at the Mayor's office in Hillsboro, to nominate candidates for township of'ticeis to be voted for at the next April election . A. Harmon, Chairman Committee. REPUBLICAN CORPORATION CONVENTION. 1 Ion. The Republicans of the Incorpora ted Yillage of Hillsboro will meet at the Court House, at 7.30 p. m., March 24th, 1S83, to nominate can didates for corporation officers to be voted for at the next April election. A. llainian, Chairman Committee. The Paint Township Convention will be held on Saturday, March 24, 188;, at White's School House, Sub- district No it, for the nomination of Township officers. Let every Re publican be at the convention. Hy order of the Committee. Mr. I'.ditor : Please insert in the columns of your paper the Demo cratic noniinatins convention will t ke place on Friday night, March o, 188, in the Hoagland Crossing District. And oblige P. S. Bell. The Township Convention of New Market township to nominate township oflicers will be held on the last S.itmday in this month, the 31st. I'x-Gov. Sprague, of Rhode Island, who was divorced not long since from his wife, formerly Kate Chase, has married a "grass widow" of Staunton, Va. The Cincinnati Commercial Oa zett : commends the l'ugsley Con stitutional amendment and hopes the Senate will concur in its passage. It also advises the passage of a bill taxing the liquor traffic, and thinks the German Republicans will gen erally support such a measure and again wheel into line next fall in support of the Republican ticket. The terrible storm predicted by the Canadian weather prophets, Wiggins and Yennor, to come off on the 9th, 10th, and nth of this month failed to put in an appearance in tins part of the world. The 9th was a beautiful, clear day, while the 10th, and nth, though rough and stormy, were not unusually so for March. Reports from various parts of the country show that many people were seriously frightened, and the loss to the fishers, on the Atlan tic coast, will amount to hundreds of thousands of dollars, the fishermen refusing to venture to sea for fear of disaster. A man in Kansas dug a cave and took refuge in it with his whole family, and at last account was still awaiting developments. It is re-, ported that Wiggins received many threatening letters from men whose business was injured by his prediction, ami he and Yennor must now be set down as among the "false prophets," of whom we are warned to beware in these latter days. Newspaper War On Crime. In the rapid march of progressive journalism, there seems no limit to its vast capabilities, resources and power for good As a mere vehicle of the world's news, it has made immense strides during the past few years, and with the steadily swelling array of material and intellectual forces which it summons to its service, it is constantly surprising the public with its splendid achieve ments. As the exponent of public thought it has immeasurably out stripped all other agencies. And in the increasing scope of its field and enterprise, no feature is so striking as its bold and unflinching warfare upon public wrongs and crimes. The value of this service is incalcu lable. The fearless and honest jour nalism of our day has proved to be not only the most vigilant, effective and implacable foe of political and administrative offenses, but the most potent guardian of society against vice and crime of every de scription. In many case3 journa' ism furnishes a better protection than the law itself. Its facilities are boundless ; its representatives are sleepless, its work is quick and thor ough. Where the minister of the law may be blind or may sometimes be bribed, the honest newspaper is always alert and cannot be swerved ; where the law itself is technical and slow the newspaper is swift and sure. The functions of modern journalism are as broad as the interests of our common humanity, and among its highest and most honorable duties is that of standing as a terror to evil j doers and as the trusted and faithful guardian of the public welfare Philadelphia Press. A Biuall loghouhe belui.inj; to Frauk Whiting, near StriuisLurg, burned down a I few ditj-H ujo with all its contents, the fiiuji. i ly beiiiK absent at the tiiuo. A puree of ij jl) wan made up for him by Lin neighbors. I The liufurtl school cloned last Friday j with appropriate exercise. Short aiMresae were made by Dra. Hidiue, auj Thompson and Mr. C. O. Collins. Mr. C. K. Cuffuian, the teacher, also talked to the aeholaie a few minutes, after which the .hool was dl- : initMed and the scholars bade their t earlier stu alfv'uUdtute furtwell. j j 1 t I . j 1 j 1 Newspaper War On Crime. LYNCHBURG. Trier Ynmnctcr is on tlw nick list. 8. V. Khafer has sold his farm Honlh of town to F.li Hi Oish. Samuel l.ikeleH lias roM his property here to S. S. Laymon. Hubert (Iridium has sold his farm cast of town to W. It. Walker. Mra. II. J. Ilnrvey, of MilforJ, is viKit ing her old friends and neighbors hero. Samuel Elkeles is boxing up his effects preparatory to moving to New York in few days. Miss Hettie Whetsel, of Harveysbiirg, O., is visiting at the residence of the Key. Chan, (,'adwallader. Pension Agent LaForce. interviewed some of our citizens ou Wednesday ill relation to pension claimants in this vicinity. Miss Wallace has moved to town, ami taken charge of the millinery store she lately purchased of Mrs. Mollie C'haney. Quite a brisk trade in real estate has been going on the past week. We may haA-e .-.everal more sales anil trade to report next woek. Win. Miller, son of W. C. Miller, pro prietor of tho Planter's House, arrived here ou Thursday evening from !t befonti.iue with his bride for a few day's visit. The heavy train east on Friday set fire to 80ver.il farms along the railroad. The fires burned over a large part of John Uraham's meadow, and was with difficulty kept away from hiB barn. Miss Victoria Itichmond was summoned home on Thursday by the announcement of the sudden death of her mother, which occurred ou Wednesday night, near Chase- town, Hrowrj county. Lynchburg Market. Wheat, per bushel $ Oats Cattle, per cwt 3 Hogs 0 Flour tt Potatoes, per bushel 1 Apples, per bushel 2 Live Chickens, per doz Turkeys, dressed, per pound . Eggs Butter Com Meal, per bushel Corn Hay, per T 8 Lard Ilacon, sides Shoulders Hams Feathers Coal, per bushel Wood, per cord 1 1 00 411 r.0(g4 oo ())(( A 2i OtlVd ooc-'o llii'2 00 9 12 20 SO i(th 00t,10 00 ir 12 10 15 40 11 7o('.2 00 WINCHESTER. ltcgular mail again. It comes at nisht now fustcad of at noon. lienjamiu Hudson will move to bis farm near Emerald, this week. Allen Palmer set in to work for Samuel Steeu, of Jit. Leigh, last Mondiy. 9 Miss Kittie Morner, who has been Kansas the past year, has returned. Miss Fannie Kennedy is still on the sick list, but is slowly convalescing. Stewart S. Steeu Las moved into the property vacated by Samuel Wasson. T. C. Downey mid Philip Hauderham have a case beforo 'Squire Ramsey this week. Miss Clara Miller has been absent the past week, visiting her sisler, Mrs. 8. Stoen. James lteece will move his saw mill the property lately occupied by Mr. Hud son. Thilip Martiu nud family have moved near Hillsboro to what is known ns the Itobert Shriver property. Arthur Lovingfoss, of Champaign coun ty, 111., is visiting in this vicinity. He an ticipates staying all summer. John Roberts, au old citizen about 02 years old and who served iu fhe war of 1H12, died last Thursday. BUFORD. ltev. Baker preached at tho M. E. Church last Sunday. Mrs. Gaskins has returned to Beutonville, Adams county: Lewis Toll has returned home from three weeks' visit to Kansas. S. P. Sweariugeu, of Kansas, is visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity. Win. Wise, of New Lexington, paid us flying vimt last Saturday. J. C. Cumberland Las gone to Minneapo lis, Miuu., to speud the summer. Wilson Zink, formerly a citizen of this township, was visiting friends here last week. Ellis Roush has moved back to Danville, aud T. II. Matthews Las moved to Mr. Koush's farm near this place. J. W. White, one of our township trus tees, having resigned, Lewis Coffmau was appointed to fill the vacancy. Candidates for township olHces are loom ing up. A. G. Brown aud George Van Zuut are out for assessor; Alex Clayton fur treasurer, ami C. C. Foust for clerk. Frank Reams, of Salem township, will move to Buford next week to engage iu the mercantile business with Mr. A. Clayton. He takes the place of Ellis Kuush, who goes back to Danville. Several families chauged location the past week. J. C. 1 irons has moved out to his farm and Mr. A. Clayton has moved into tho bouse vacated by Mr. Hirons; Dr. Matthews occupies the house vacated by T. II. Matthews, and Samuel Moon has taken possession of the house vacated by A. Clayton ; C. O. Collins has moved into Mrs. Dr. Gtihkius' house and Mr. Frank Reams will next week lake possession of the Mae Brain properly. DESIRABLE FARM FOR SALE! The Well-known Thompson Farm ! A VAU'AUI.E 1'AK.U OP 410 ACHES, Susceptible of Division into 'Jhice Farms, one of 105 Acres, iiml Ivtoof ;i r.iiiti. The atVne farm in aituntrd in Highland coun ty, Ohio, till' iniirH north of Miilhixiro, H'oiin-ty-Heat i, on tliu JLt-xiutoik anil Jlilialwru pike. mui txtifiuir wi-dtw.irii t' i-h'iir rn-t-k, mnr Ui the Junuftown pint. unl h uWmt ."juu yunli from the m-lLoolliouse uml the Char truck M. K. Cliuivli. There nrt ft;G ecm-h of clcurc and tilhthle Uuid ftinl the hulttiit'i- in in uiril iTf Hlid wood land, one hundred tirit-H of (iral-clux hotioiu land, and ll0 urn- of Ht'coml-chisM, ou ('leur ere k. The upland are tirt-ruU; BiiKur Hlid beeoli luiidH, with hht ttiul iicvci-Udin springs conveniently located. Aim), an orchard (if 300 fiird-clanK apple ivucn 'of the choiuiKt vai iety of fruit, find two com- foHtll)l(j JtvHhlitf hctUt'M, rUlitUbltl Cllt-hoUKia jtnd one new hru. 1 iic aUwe preuuar-ii (owned hy Mih. E. J. Tjioujpmiij ) ran La purchased on rt iMonahle twiim u to Pift and pavment hv application to JAH. i, THi'Mlw;, mrHw4 HUuuviH Ohio. Hillsboro Prices Current. Corrected Weekly by Sooir JUiaos, Whole sale and Itotaif Grocers and Produce Dealers. Hillsboro, Tor-sdny, Mardi 13, 1SS3. ISl'YINU ri!ICF,3 FOIt COUNTItY PIIODTJCE. Dealers ore liavtlur the following prices fur the various articles named Wheat, bushel Corn Outs Max Seed KliMir, etvt f'orn Meal, hiiidieL... Potatoes ..ci.it I'm. Lines, tilish 1 1 (10a 1 05 4fm 50 H.-,a 40 una 1 I'd 2 lia 2 70 i la ti.ri in 70 fna 1 HO White lleiuis, bushel. 8 012 60 Iri,.,l Annies. Ill " 8 l'c.lcl fia Green Apples 7.ria 1 00 Feathers, II 45 Hotter ls w KCK, UUi liiteen ltnms, lb ' Seles " Shoulders r.sr.l Ha 12 Hnv, ton 8 OOalU "0 Serliinn Muli'Mses, gal 4" fallow, lb a 7 Live Chickens, dim 2 2.1a 8 00 Pressed Chickens, . loz 2 " 8 00 Turkeys, alive a HI dressed 11a 12c Honey, lb 22a 25 Lrnc stock. 1'ecvcs, cnl. pross " shipping Sheen ami Lambs. Derewt.... tl 7".a 4 25 fi 25a 5 75 5' la 4 50 Tint's, etvt. gless C Ooa (! 50 Stock lings " ' a 00 Milch Cows, with ( la Ives 35 00ro 55 (10 BKTAtL CHICKS O T OROCKUIKS AM) r iionrcE. Groceries anil oth ir artitJes retail from stores at the follou-iiis price : ringar. N. (). lb Ka 9 !ia 12 Ma 14 40a HO 50a 1 00 15a IX 2 HOa 3 00 5 75a 6 00 4 40a 4 r K5a 00 5 50a 5 75 a 1 15 05a 75 a 50 COa 70 1 00a 15a 20 1 25a 15 2"a 25 Ha 10 lieiincil, I rushfil n1 potvdereil Codec llio Tea, Imperial. Y. 11. end G. P ' Dlack Cheese, liietorv Hour, gooii tanoJ.v iiramis, ctvi " " " mil Fish-Mackerel. No. 2, .'Tjbl Kits Fish White, i fbbl Kits Molasses. N. l ' Sorehum Golden Syrup I.anl oil Coal Oil Salt. Kanawha and Ohio, hhl Hams. City sugar cured llrooins, single Hire, lb ' LOCAL NOTICES. in to a a Pianos mid Organs ! Between Kramer House aud Bell's Foun dry, in the Hogard building. Don't for get the place. Fiuuos and Organs on monthly or quarterly payments. HOCKETT EROS. The Scpiai'.i Dealers. marl4w2 Sprinir Stylos From all leading publishers, comprising more limn two thousand diflerout designs in ladies' and children's clothing. ItylandV Picture St'irc, opposite City Hall. Consul tation and Fashion Plates free. mur"w3 We have as good au Orgau as is made. If you will stop in at our storeroom in the Hoggard building, we will show you that we nicau just what we say. HOCKETT BROS. "Square Dealers." m irllw2 For Suit'. The Hjtise on West Walnut street now occupied by John F. Nelsou. The House is brick with 6ix rooms, good out buildings and water. For further particulars apply to John F. Kelson or the undersigned, marTtf Benj. Baruf.he. For Sale. Some fine Dakota wheat land at a bar gain. Hknhy M. Hi'goins. marliwi HOCKETT BROS, want you to call at their store iu the Hoggavd building and see their Pianos and Orgaus. If you don't want to buy, drop in and see them. If they can sell you an Organ, they w ill make it good for live years. They are here to stay. They are "square dealers." marltw2 A high price will be paid for one copyjof Good's Book of Nature, by marl4wl . L. Detwileb. Crushed (ins Coke. The best substitute for Anthracite Coal, at 12j cents per bushel, delivered. ARMSTRONG A BOYD, 'ftlT!f- 5"Ie Agents. Inci-fnse of Pensions. Pensioners who are now receiving $ 18 or ?21 per mouth aro entitled to au increase under act of Congress approved March 3, 18H3. Enclose two stamps to A. D. Wiggins, Hillsboro, Ohio, who will forward blanks to secure the same. ruar7w2. FOH SALE-CHEAP A Plow I'u per CiiUur. Having bought a new Peerless 30-iuch Paper Cutter, we Cave a 1'iow Paper Cut ter, iron frame, 2S-inch cut, in good order, which we will bII che.ij Price, $20, In. tjuire at thin office. NOTICE To Students, Teachers, and Patrons of Education. The North Liberty Academy and Teochers' T ruining School is rapidly becoming the lead ing educational institution in Southern Ohio. 1'oor buys ami gn Is given un opportunity to acquire a liniiditd practical education. Send for imtalngim anil U convinced of the merits of of the school. Address the Princijisl. E. It. STIVERS, Pork, Adiimro. marHwS Ohio. Notice to Contractors. SEALED PROPOSALS will be receiveuat the olh'-e of the Clerk of the board of Education of New Market township, until 12 o'clock at noou on SATl'llDAV, April 14, 1 H3, for build i ing a achoolhouM. on the situated in Sub t 1 listrict No. H of naid township, accordin,; to mii-ran. ami sixcltlcatioiis on lilt) In saldotlice Each hid must eoiitiiin the name of every person interested in the same, and lie accom panied by a siillicient guaranty of some diiiu tcre.led person that, if the bid is accented l oonlract will be euterid into and the perfurin ; ance of it ,ros.rlv hi cured. The bid for each kind of iiiiLti.ri.il ,.!), ,.t r.... l. ii. c.....i: I must U Hiaied Keparatelv, and the price of each given, mid Hie inicc of ialmr als j must basepf rali ly stat. d. None but the lowest responsilil I ; bid mil be accepted, and the Hoard, luuy reject t any or all bids. , iiy order of the Rob rd, P. H. RELI,, j 'uarUwj : ritl.k ; j Administrator's Notice Notice is hereby given that the nude! sinned has been appointed andiiilnlllnd Adiuinlstiator, with the will anney.-d, of thu tsiute of Livonia C. L.vd. late of Highland Counlv, (Jhio, dt ocshi..'.!, Ly iho l'robaw ( "iirt of said Countyi ,, . , TUoMAS L. LOVH. 1 Dated lUrch 9, l&X mtiil iiiiioiceiint Extraoriinaiy ! ir EVERYTHING SOLD AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES to malic room for AN IMMENSE SPRING STOCK I Call and sod ths BOOTS AflD SHOES HEADQUARTERS FOR BOOTS AND SHOES At the Old Reliable Palace 'Boot and Shoe Store, No. 20 South High Street, Sign of the Big Boot. JT OB'17B,Vnrr!iP?lG;5M nCH" Has iU8t received one of the Finest 4ji liil 1 yLBL JOiyoL stock of Boots and Shoes ever brush . .. , r to this market, which he is selling at prices lower than ever before offered in this market, and no mistake. D. W. Wright & Co.'s Celebrated Ladies' Fine Shoes a Specialty. on "r''uar attention given to FINE CUSTOM WORK of all kinds. REPAIRING DONE PROMPTLY TO UKUbR, Having no rent to pay, and giving my personal attention to the business, I can afford to sell at a very small margin. Call and see tor yourselves. No trouble to show goods. Thanking my' customers for their liberal patronage m the past; I respectfully solicit a continuance of tneir lavors in the future. Hii.r.KBono, May 11, 1HS2. tf. 7) 6 i i N liB Bail AND FULL LiOIIEY VALUE ZZ3 -ZZ3 At tho QUEEN CITY SHOE BAZAAR, No. 23 North High St., Three doors South of Post Office. Pliil.Plaut, Proprietor. Business Directory. rard inserted under tins head t t'ae follow ing rates: For 1 inch space. 41U vear- i! inch, 5 a year ; inch, a a year. ' ' " C3Tcn linen of this tyjie make 1 inch. QEOP.GE B. GARDNER, Attorney at Law. Office over Felbel's ( Jetting Store. HlLLBliOlt0 OHIO. prMyl 8. E. Pahkzii, Frop'r. Ozo. E. Pajikeb, Cl'k PARKEfTTjOUSE, Hillsboro, - Ohio. This Hiinse is centrally located, near the depot with Buod utabling "in connexion. Good hamplo lluouig. Kewly furnished. 'U'l rniii rea-,ODltbl6- irl3yt. g O. RICIIAKDS, JL D., ' PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Hi-jjibobo, O. OrnnE-Wth Dr. Hhipp, renti8t, North HiKh street oyer J. Matthew' IJrocery. Resi dence on Letch Btreet, firBt dctir eat of Jla sonic lemple. aprCtf Attounet-At-I.aw. Offn Oyer Feibel'i Clothing Store, Main St., Hillsboro. O. nov2uyl U. S. J. SPEES, Will nnw (rii-a Via .ntiA: 4il i - ; - r" ... time iu me praciicc of his Profession. He has had exteniii ro expe- , ..... p,.. oj-ini mirilblUU U IUS treatment of Chronic Dmease. Office In Mo- ivinoen s iuw isiooK, up Btairs, High St. Resi dence, V. Walnut bt., near Public School Home, Hillsboro, O. juL'tyl ALPnONdO HAltT. JJART 4 HOUGH, b. t. Bt'uaa. Attoesuvs-At-Law. Office Bank Building, corner Main and High Streets, HUlsboro, Ohio. Jy2y.t CALLAHAN, D. D. 8., IDZEZLSTTIST Office Over Feibel'i Clothing Store, Main St., first door to right, up stair, Eillsboro, O. Engagements by Telephone. marlStf A HARM AN, - T . i ... T . r..w a .ii . A i luu-'ti-n w. vyoiL:o no aiueasi cornel Main aud High Street, room ui) staira, HiU boro, O. auglyl J OHN T. HIRE, ' ' ' ArroBNiiY-AT-LAW, Hillsboro, O. Office In Smith' New Building, 2d tory. au9yl C. RUS3, M. D., PllVRICIAN, BuBOEl AND ACOOUCHECR, Hill. boro, O. Oftice Main S',., neit door west ol News Oitice. l;sideuce ijuulh High St., (out of South St. luylyl A. EVAN'S, DENTIST. Rooms oyer M. Calvert's store, ae d oppoilti Dr. Hoj t Oliioe, ft est llaia Street, Hillsboro, Ohio. All work warranted, and price reasonable, j Jau'ZtiU W. SniiPHEllD, M. D., PBTSIOIAM AMD &DROKOK, Hillsboro, Ohio. Office On Short Street, two doors ivest o) 1 High St. Office Hours Proin 8 to 0 A. M., 1, to ii P. ii., 7 to 8 P. ii., and all day on Satux- j day. lec.iyl JEFFERSON HOUSE" j New Livery &. Feed Stablo, ; HILLELOUO, OHIO, t.'iw and First Clasa Rigs. O'erui rcMt-LikLle. Give us a call. aulCyl JOE LAKif, Proprietor, fcr tho NEVSo YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY BUYING YOUR Family - - COWMAN 6c GROVE'S, At the OLD MILLER STAND, North High Street, opposite, the Court House, The Highest Price paid in CASH for COUNTRY PRODUCE Goods Delivered Free to all parts of the town. Telephone Connection. jyi9tf Hillsboro, mo, July 19, 1882. Drills Brushes, Dyestuiis, STATIONERY Window Glass, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines, &c, &c. QUINN BROTHERS, Druggists, North High St., W' HILLSBORO. rC-. ...,:-W.Vl ''iA.XjXj siBiM SsuDs " Hir?AP;3 CtDLCY VyjA.,'n'.1" orm fffd .Iftmunl t lli-tory and lM method- I 1 VI' V 1 V f IU ',"" t,ri '" tiria-M-a. Fodder i'kk 'I i . i rLrm. jrr.i nV. IM'JIIVlA.tMON Geesie A.T - 3 , Paints, Oils J HANLON & LEIION, Dealer in all kind of cemetery v;on(. Prices as Cheap as tho Cheapest. WOEK QTJAEA1TTEED Corner Main and West Streets, mari6yi IIILLSBORO, OHIO. Jit si. d. CO. Rochester, N.Y. Chicago, IIL SCHOOL EXAMINERS. TIIIE Hoard of School Examiners of Highland 1. county Ki notice, that exauiiiiatious of ' Applicants for Cerlilicates will take placein the Hillsboro Union rchool huildinK on the tirsl i Saturday of ovory moiith. and on the third Sat unlay of i'ebrnary, iluri-h. April, August, Sep. ' teinl.er and October. The Kxsmination 't,( prescriled by law is &o eenta. Jy ord.'T of th( board. I aiii:.vl KWW MeKlllKKK. r.-rV I o lin' j. rto., Attounkv-AM.aw ami Koiiiir Puiujo. Of in Sfi-sus's Huildiiii;. over feibel'i St.ire LJ engraved and printed In all the faahlonabi si v ies. Hue btatluuerv for ladlna. C. F. DQADLEY & CO, 28 Ycst Foartb Street, Cincinnati, a ItHllvlRrVlW HIGHEST MARKET I'UICK in Cash paid for WHEAT ftt ths MODEL CITY MILLS. HILKTAND COWMAN. JsulOif