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- w ' 4 u iJTJTJxriminj'T-n-riru uLruu xjTJTJij-irLTLrLr IJlJlJTJ-lJlJnJTJTJlJnJlJTJT r ) And all Other Wheeled Vehicles, First-Class in Every Particular. d a n3)ni5) I f-V ) ) REPAINTING Promptly and Neatly Done. CARROLL & OOCT 3A5TJ3 NOW SELLING A BUGGY FOR $100. Knowing the want of the public and desiring to increase our business over preceding years, we are determined to fur nish our customers with the most Stylish, Durable and Com fortable Buggy ever offered for sale in this section of country. This Buggy is built of good material, well finished and fully warranted. Wo are also manufacturing a Road Cart patented by us. This Cart is well balanced, easy riding, light running, and free from that jigger motion so common to carts. aprl4m3 3 Corner of Court and Snort Streets, Ut '1 1 La Era E 0 0 ij C niLLSBOHO, OHIO: Wednesday. May S. TOWN AND COUNTRY. "May flowers" Hnow drops ! Next Wednesday is Decoration Day. Strawberries twenty cents per uunrb. The colored band has purchased new iu 6. 'Turnouts. .Mr. Tom Blackburn spent Sunday in Greenfield. Mr. Saxby, of Cincinnati, spent Sunday in this place. Prog.-.tniuie of the Memorial service s in another olunin. Mr. J. 8. Shaw has been spending the past week at home. Wm. H. Glenn t Co., are out in a new advertisement this week. The Daily Evening Gazette issued over one thousand copies last Saturday. The new addition of the Court House will .be occupied about the first of June, Hayuie fc Gutridgo have some of the finest tropical fruits in the market. The cool snap of the last few days has .given the coal dealers quite a boom. Miss Ella Brown, of Cincinnati, 1ms been visiting relatives here the past week. Mrs. Col. Trimble and Miss Kate, re turned from the South Borne days since. Miss Hutchinsou, of Rjckville, ' Iud., is the guest of Miss Herron, west of towr.' Ralph Bingham made hiB second appear ance in Washington C. H. Tuesday evening. Hillsboro Chapter No. 40 R. A. M. will hold a special meeting on Friday night next. Mrs. Jno. II. Jolly left this week for TuBCola, 111., to spend a few weeks with friends. ' The street commissioner is repairing East Main street near the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Eobt. G. Ilhoades has our thanks for late copies of the Kansas City Daily Journal. Hichland Lodce No. 38 F. & A. M. will hold its regular meeting to-morrow (Thurs day) night. There will he an excursion to Cinciuunti next Sunday. One dollar is the fare for the round trip. Messrs. Irwin, Eckmau, Mackcrly, and Judge J. C. Norton were in town last week on legal business. The jury in the Thompson-Davis murder case, at Harrodsburg, Ky., after being out one hour and eight minutes brought iu a verdict of "not guilty." Capt. Frank Armstrong and family will occompany C. H. Collins and daughter on their trip to Europe next month. Mrs. Jno. Frye and children of Sinking Springs, accompanied by her father-in-law, were visiting friends here last week. Mr. Geo. W. Doggett's horses will he . kept at the fair grounds two days every week, on Friday aud Saturday. 10 to in sure. Call aud see theiu. The rain which commenced last Saturday evening and continued through Sunday and Monday was much needed and will prove of great benefit to vegetation. The "Panio Students" were out with their instruments hiBt Friday night. Those who were treated to the solo "'The Whale," ware no doubt highly pleased. Mr. Everett Hageman, late of the New Vienna Record, is now iu the News em ploy. Mr. H. is a gentlemanly young man and comes well recommended. Our old friend, Mr. Thomas Harry, was on the streets again last week. Mr. Barry has been quite ill for two or three weeks, and at one time not expected to recover. Frank Warren, an old Hillsboro boy, re turned from Red Cloud, Neb., Friday eve ning last. Frank will remain two weeks and then return to Las Vagas, New Mexico. Hayuie fc Gutridge at the now "Palaoe ' Restaurant," opposite the News office, are doing a flue business aud meeting the en couragement they deserve for their efforts to pleas the publio. Call and take a meal in their handsome dining room when you oow to town. ' We rgret that throughtthe crowded state our columns we are compelled to leave out an artiele on the W. C. T. U. meeting last Wednesday so kindly furnished us by Mrs. ' Maggie Gregg. It will appear iu our next issue. Ilillsboro has justly acquired a reputa tion for the excellence of her marble work, superior to that of most towns within radius of 60 miles. This reputation largely due to the old established firm Paul Harsha, and Harsha fc Son, and being well maintained by the enterprising new firm of IJauloo it Lemon, whose card appears iu our columns. They shipped huit week-a full car load of their woik New Richmond, Clermont county, and constantly fining orders from Adams, Xironn, Clinton, and other neighboring counties. Mr. Lemon returned last Satur tUy from an extensive tour, having deliver ed a large amount of work aud obtained many new orders. The firm are rapidly building up a large business aud justly merit their success. a is of is to are Lust Sunday was Trinity Sunday. Mr. Ilfmies has been very ill, but is convalae- oiii!,'. Miss St-twe, of the Institute, spent Saturday in Cincinnati. Little Frank Lnyd has been very sick, but is convalescing. Mr. Charles Anderson will lend the Murphy meeting Sunday next. The Union Schools Alumni has been postponed until next year. Mrs. K. J. Thompson has been confined to the house Bonie time with her eyes. Mr. Kirkpatrick, of Hamilton, formerly of this placo, spent Sunday here. Gf r nan services were held iu the Mary's Episcopal Church last Sunday. St. Miss Maine lin k has had a severe attack of rheumatism but is much hotter now. Next Sunday a sermon will be preached to the O. A. It. Tost at his place by Dr. McSurely. Preaching at the Nw Market Presbyter ian Church next Sabbath evening at 4 o'clock. Johu Collins, accompanied by Mr. Lee of Baltimore, Md., started for Michigan Monday. Mrs. Margaret Walker, mother of T. A. Wal ker, is lying very low at her residence on East South Street. Jas. A. Wilson, of the New Vienna Re- cord, was iu town Saturday aud gave the News a pleasant call. Daniel Ctirley, the second man convicted of the murder of Cavendish and Burke was hung at kilinaiuham on Friday last. Dun Welch, Sr., aud wife, who have been absent for almost a year in Chillicothe re turned to Hillsboro some days since. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson, of Chillicothe spent last week here the guests of Mr. aud Mrs. Al Donnham, on North High street. The A. O. U. W. Journal, lately edited by J. M. Duininel, of this pluee, has been sold to W. A. Hughes, and will be printed in Cleveland hereal ter. Mr. Heurv Dawsou, of W. T. Bowers' Confectionery, was married Sunday, May 13, to Miss Phillips, of New Vienna. We extend our best wishes to the happy couple. Engiueer Dulfey, of the firo department, had the engine out Friday evening trying the speed of the horses. He made the run from (Jity Hall to the institute in 3 miuutes. The directors of the cemetery havo passed a resolution for closing the gates of that piaee on Sunday morning, but iu the afternoons the gates will bj open us usual. George Cutter made a mile run with his engine on tho B. it O. K. R. near Chilli- collie receullv, in 5'J seconds. This we believe, road. tho best run ever made on that I.vdia l'inlihp.m, of proprietary medicine fame, died at I.vnn, .Mass., aged sixty- four. She spent Lso.ooi) a ye;u advertising, and secured a trade netting ir30H,U0) year profit. The resolutions, referred to by Judge Thompson at the anniversary meeting Hun day evening last, were crowded out this week but will be published iu full in our next issue. The Government tax on tobacco was changed from 10 to M cents por pound. Tho question arises, who gets the benefit of this reductlou f llie consumer is paying as much now as before the reduction was made. An Island in Vermillion bay, on the coast of Eouisana, has a Bolid mass of salt at a depth of 20 feet so hard that it requires to bo mined with dynamite aud ground Bteam mills. About 200 tous a day are taken out. One of the most handsome specimens hand painting we have ever seen u on exhibi tion at Matthew's jewelry store, executed Mrs. John Barry. It is a plaque representing a winter scene. Misses Eva Berry, Minnie Crothers, Fan- uie Dunlap, aud Louise Meal, of the insti tute, left for Greenfield Friday afternoon The former to be the guest of Miss Croth ers, and the latter of Miss Dunlap. The Chautauqua Circle will meet on next Thursday evening, May 24th, at Dr. Hoyt's resideuce. The lesson will be a review the last chapters of Warrou's Recreations in Astronomy. Anna Ellis, beo y. We are indebted to B. F. Head, of Chi cago, for a handsome pamphlet entitled "Chicago, illustrated and descriptive," containing a description of principle places of interest to strangers visiting the city. F.x-Commitfuioncr, II. IT. Redkey, of the 89 O. V. I., is said to have Leon held prisoner of war longer than any other per son from Highland county, having been held at Libby, Dauville, and Andersouville, a little over li) mouths. Who was longer The old reliable watchmaker and jeweler, Mr. Jacob Sayler, has a new ad. iu week's Nhwb. He is making a specialty all kinds of spectacles and eye-glasses, which he, has a very lurge variety biwiiTeii a But) stock of other goods iu his hue. MEMORIAL DAY. POST COMMANDERS' ORDERS. HILLSBORO, GREENFIELD, RAINSBORO AND LEESBURG. Programme and Order of the Day at Hillsboro and Rainsboro. EVERY SOLDIER'S GRAVE IN THE COUNTY TO BE FLAGGED THE FLAGS TO REMAIN AND BE RENEWED EVERY YEAR. An Earnest Appeal From Post Commanders Matthews, Barrett, Elliot and Carson. AN EARNEST APPEAL From County Posts of the G. A. R. Headquarters John M. Barrere Post No. 205, Joe Healy Post No. 303, James B. Elliott. Post No 243, Gibson Post No. 180, Grand Army of the Republic, May 15. The undersigned, representing the aWivc nnmed posts, earnestly request ex-soldiers to see that the grave of every comrade buried in Highland Conntv la properly decorated on next Memorial Day, the 3ilth day of May. There are doubtless single graves in many por tions of the county and some, perhaps, have never been decorated. It may be some are in obscure places. If this be so we trust some soldier knowing of thcia will not fail this year to pay this tribute of respect to his desd cok. rado. The appeal is tirst made to ex-soldiers, whether members of the Grand Army of the Republic or not ; but if there be no soldier liv ing iu the neighborhood of these single graves, will not some patriotic citizens perform the Baered duty ? Let no Boldier's grave iu High land County remain uudecorated this year ! If possible, let it be done with appropriate cer monies, but at all events let it be done. We suggest that a neat, small and substantial flag be placed on each grave ami there kept flying during the year, renewing it whenever neces sary. He fought in a cause worthy of this memorial. To him it was sacred and lie was ever ready to offer his life iu behalf of his country. We nelieve this appeal will not he in vain, and let the next Memorial Day in this county mean more than it ever has yet. I. D. Matthews, Tost Commander Joe Henly I'OBt. D. M. Barrett. ToBt Commander James B. Elliott Post. T. M. Elliott, Tost Commander Gibson Post. E. Carson. Post Commander Johu M. Barrere Post. HILLSBORO. a Special Order From the Tost Commander, Headquarters of John M. Baruere post I No 205, O. A. It. Hillsuoro, May 17. SPECIAL ORDER No. 1. The following details are hereby made : First, Decorating graveB at Presbyterian ( emetery Comrades, A, Y. Van Thoruburi Joseph M. Cooper, w H. Davis, J. F. Dogctt, James r.rvin. , Second, CatholicCenietery John O'ConneU, Dawson Naylor, V. T. Uruher, l'eter Dillon, George Ssvlor. Third, i'liOshoro Cemetery J. M. H.-istaiid, Jaeoh Grove, J. B. Uowo, E. Mullenix. Thcsu eoniradcs will assemble at City Hall at 9:30 a. m., Hharp, May 2Jih, and proceed with-1 out further ecremonv to the several cemeteries and decorate the graves. A th-.g will he placid at eaeh grave to be kept there hmiig the Fourth, The following details are e! o Ulttde J. M. YV. Joseph for gathering flowers aud shrubbery : olltheast Section 1. A. WaiKer, Hilghey. Southwest Section . II. Glenn, il stall. Northwest Section F, F. Kibler, Horn. Northeast Section J. W. Patterson, YA'ooilrow. These comrades w ill see that their dilVerelit sections furnish all the flowers and shrubbery they possible call, and also to provide the means, when necessary, or bringing them to the City Hall by 8:30 a. in., of Memorial Day. 1 he citizens aro requested to lurnmh all the tiowers they can, and as far as possible see that thev are taken to City Hall. The ladies of Hillsboro are specially requested to assemble at the above uained placa aud assist iu preparing these memorials for our dead comrades. It. B. Julian, E. Carson, Adjutant. PoBt Commander. GENERAL ORDER NO. 1. of Headquarters John M. Barrere Post I Ko. 205, G. A. It., Hillsboro, May 14. f The members of the post will assemble at ten o'clock a. ni., Bharp, at their room Sunday, Mav 27th, 1H3, with regulation hat and badge. for the purpose of attending divuie service at the l're.ibvterian Church. It. B. Julian, Adjutaut. E. Carson, Post Commander. Order of Profession and Programme. Headquarters John M. Barrere Post I No. 210, U. A. It., Hillsboro, May 17. ) OENEltAL ORDER Mil Comrades will assemble at their post room Mav 80th at 12:3(1 p. in., with regulation hat aiiti badge to participate ill the ceremonies of Memorial Day. ORDER OF PROCESSION. Drum Corps. Scott Dragoons. Prieetown Baud. John M. Barrere Post U. A. R. Carriage with orator and committee. Carriage with elurgynian. Citizens. PROGRAMME AT CEMETERY. a f Musio. Prayer. G. A. P.. Memorial Service. Oration. Music. fVmdiciitip. Ihe prooesiion will iluib ptocitly at 1.30 p. m. By order , R. P. Julian, E. (Larson, Adjutant. Post Coiuniadcr. RAINSBORO. Rainsboro, May 17. Flag graves at sunrise. Decorate at nine o'ol.K'k by detail, -after wluVh eaiQi . detail wiU tvf fri at baiiisboro at eleven o'clock, where the procession will In formed and march cnic dinner at 12 in. Hai'tman ( einet ;rv. 1 COMMITTEE. On Martial Mu-ic-J. W. Hewitt, .1. I). fios sett, A. M. Smith. Hn Vocal Music W. C. 'Blair. H. K. Roads. On Flags X. Al. FerguSyii.I X. Jones. DETAILS. I'm- Hutilt's Comrade John Heads ; Gilbna, J. M. Grim: Pocky Spriiar, II. E. Shivers; I'pper Quaker, It. '('. llnrrctt. ; Lower Quaker, Henry Cowgill : lloston, C. M. Epperson ; lones, .1. H. icker-dtHin : Marshall, John A. Martin ; llartinan. 11. K. hauls. I':ieh of the above di tilled comrades i:i secure the attendance of sU Kiris, daughters of e-soldiers, to strew llow rs ; also to se that the dowers are procured and prepared for his cemetery. Donations of flowers should he made to these comrades the evening hei'ore Memorial Day. Comrades will be added to eaeh detail at the next regular meeting of the post, Saturday night, Slay lifiih, at which meet tog there should by all means be a full attend ance ill order that lw rinal arrangements may he fully understood and Hu for the graves sent out. All citizens are invited to donate flower, a.id meet the details at the grsve yard nearest their homes and assist in the beautiful and impres sive ceremonies of decorating the graves of our fallen comrades, and tlwn to follow said detail to lUinsLoi'o, w here the line of march will he taken up for llartinan Cemetery, where after dinner on th beautiful grounds, the rinal ceremony of the 1. A. li. aud thl orsijon hy General Hurst will take place, II. K. lioads, J. II. Wickersham, Secretary. Chairman Committee. RAINSBORO, May 21. The members of Juaies B. Elliott Post No. 2I (. A. It. arc requested to meet at lhir mill .Sunday, May 27, 183, at 10 o'clock ii. in. with letfiiliUimi but and rmilgo and inarch to tbo U. J.;. Church to attend memorial services. Everybody is cordially invited to attend, ltev. Martin Hecfkcy, of Leesburg, will preach the sermon. li. M. llAittiKTT, Post Comdr. II. K. Hoaiih. Adit. THE MURPHY ANNIVERSARY. Two Meetings last Sunday at City Hall. t r ' 1 In spite of the drizzling rain which con tinued nil day last Sunday, the Murphy anniversary meetings at City Hall iu the afternoon aud evening were well attended and showed that the public iuterest iu tho movement has not entirely died out. The afternoon meeting was presided over by Mr. A. W. Tnoruburg, who apologized for the absence of the speakers expected from abroad, Rev. S. D. Clayton and Hon. H. L. Dickey, both of whom were unable to at tend. Rev. Dr. Shirr opened the meeting with prayer and read a letter from Rev. Mr. Clayton expressing his regret that he could not accept the icvitatiou, not having received it iu time to obtain a substitute to till his pulpit. He aS l"d that he never would forget his connection with the "Cru sade" aud Murphy temperance movements in Hillsboro, especially the former, whoes influence hud been, felt throughout the civ il:: d world. In the absence of the invited speakers the Chairman culled for voluuteer speeches. Rod the call was responded to by Rev. J. Yv Klise, and Rev. Dr. Starr, who pave an interesting account of the hist Murphy meeting in Wyoming, Hamilton county, six years ago, where he was stationed as pastor ut the time. THE EVENING MEETING Was presided over by Judge J. H. Thomp smi, who made a feeling and appropriate nUnss, briefly reviewing the history of the Murphy movement iu this place, aud i ferring to tho great g.sid it had done iu our community. Ho was followed by Rev. Drs. M. 'Surely and Starr, and Rev. J. F. Eoyd, each of whom made interesting ad dresses. Tho regular tamperanco choir was re-enforced by several additions from tho choirs of tho various churches, and furnished exee'Io.it music under the leader ship of Mr. W. A. Morrow. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. Sinking Springs Lodge No. 365 F & A. M. Whereas, The allwise Jehovnh, in his influite w isdom. has called from our brotherhood our esteemed ami worthy brother, T. E. Gore, therefore be it Resolved, That while we meekly yield to the I Divine will ill this dispensation of Providence, we sincerely lament the decease of our worthy ' brother and hereby drop our tears of sympathy with tho bereaved and deeply stricken friends. 1 Resolved, That as a Mason, Brother Gore was over zealous, faithful and true to the brotherhood, and that he liebeved the princi ples aud virtues whieh our beloved order J(, lies, which ilors auoru me uie ami cliarac- ter of every good nisn, without which 110 one an be a devout t hristnin. a k'hki Masum or a good and honorable memlair of society. Iteaolvecl, Ihat Irom sincere respect to our departed brother, the insignia of memory be exhibited in this lodge room for thirty dava. Keuolved, That a cony of the foregoing res olutions be furnished tho county papers of Highland and Adams fur publication,. 1U-A. McColm, 1). B. Washburn, H. Eastou, E. U. Newlon, Sec'y. Committee. Fairfield's Choice. Leesburg, May 21, 1883. Ed. News -The importance of the coming campaign ill both the county aud State is duly appreeiataJ, and we thins, property understood by the liepublieans of this locality, and more particularly so by the oider members of the party. The "Old Guard," as you are pleased to call them, the men who voted the ticket in '5(1, and ou through all the dark days of our govern mental struggle for existence, wid still be found ou duty. But we had some lessons last year it would be well to ?tudy aud btcd. 'the suggestion made in ! lust ln.ue of the Saws, that Jaious hueoe be our nominee for treasurer, iiie(.'. the hearty approval of hit old friends in this locality. By the way, thoru is Captain T. M. Barrett, if Paint, who has fought a (tood tight, Lut has tiottiiinhcd his work try any means, and his many friends in this t twiisluu would be highly gratified to,oe him receive tlie numiuatlou for IttpTcseutative, Annual Report of the Mayor and Library Trustees. In accordance with my duty as prescribed j hy statute, I submit this, my report, at tho ' close of the municipal year. During the l:v:t year there has been col- lected by mo money duo tho corporation ' amounting to the sum of Sills 70 from the j following sources, which has been paid by I mo into the corporation treasury, as will bo seeu by monthly reports and receipts : I Fines for offenses under ordinance. . . . $2 70 I .'tent of public hall !i:t 00 ll nt of Clerk's nod Mayor's ottieeS ... . 2oo (ill I. ieenses of shows and circuses 0(1 1 Licenses of peddiers and auctioneers. . 'J 00 Total join 70 ; The number of offenses under the ordi- j nances disposed of during the year is it:), I classified as follows : j Drunkenness and disorderly conduct 53 I Disorderly conduct 4 Drunkenness 25 I Keeping open saloon otter nine o'clock 4 j Carrying concealed weapons 4 Ilarbering on Sunday , 1 Shooting in corporation 1 Breaking open pound 1 Total 93 The statue also makes it my duty to make 6Uch recommendations as may be proper concerning the affairs of the corporation aud tho different departments of the village government. Several matters about which it will be necessary to speak and bring to your attention are in such a condition as would better be left for tho present, or uutil such time as tho Couucil can give them attention. I will therefore reserve any suggestions or recommendations for the present. The affaire of the corporation during the past year have been carried ou smoothly and well. I believe that no complaint of a'y department has come to my ears, or, at least, none such as it is necessary to mention. Respectfully submitted A. HARMAN, Mayor. Annuil Report of the Trustees of the Public Library to His Honor, the Mayor, and the Council of Hillsboro, Ohio: During the past year the interest token iu the library and reading room has been gratifying, and we have good reason to be lieve that its privileges are highly prized by a large portion of our community'. The average circulation per mouth is t)35 vol umes. We have on our shclveB for loan about $3,000 volumes. We have 17G vol umes for reference. For our reading room we take six daily papers, thirty-one weekly and twenty-three monthly publications. During the past year tho librarian has received as tines and from sale of old papers $2fi 66 Also subscriptions for use of library . . 7 50 Total 34 1G This entire amount has been expended for express charges, binding, clerk hire, etc. Wo would express our appreciation of your generosity in providing additional shelving for the library, aud also for the levy grunted us for library uses. We would conlideutly bespeak the coiitinuai;ci of your generous and thoughtful care, and recommend that the levy for library pur poses be the same as last year. The term of service of H- M. llnggins and F. V. Armstrong expires with this me ting. Respectfully submitted, By order of tint Board of Trin.ieeS, It. S. DonoKi r, W. .1. Mi Sri.Ki.v, 8ei.ret.iry. l'resultut. Hi'-lshouo, Ohio. May 1st, 1 s,s:t. Dr. J. H. Doyle returned home last Fri day evening from Washington City hating been absent since January last making a tour of tho piincip.il Southern cities, the last fuw weeks being spent iu Washington. He met with great success in introducing his new and useful invention the 'Oral Speculum and Cheek Holder." to the dm tal, medical and surgical professions, and brought back with him many hih reeoin meuilatious. During his absence he sold two-thirds ..f his patent iu England u;:d Canada for ij,."i,0l)0 to parties who will work up the business and pay him one-third of the net profits. While iu Washington he sueceded in obtaining an order Horn the Governmeut to supply tho Army and Xavy with his iuveutiou. The Doctor has evi dently struck a bonanza, and his numerous friends congratulate him ou his good fortune. HILLSBORO FEMALE COLLEGE. Programme of the Closing Exercises. Bacculuareate sermou Sunday, June 10th, at 10:30 a. ni. Oral examination of classes, Weduesduy, June 13lh, from U to 12 a. m; annual meeting of Trustees 3 p. m. Com meucemeut exercises Thursday, from H to 0:30 p. m. Auuual meeting of tho Alumui Friday at 10 11. ui., aud Auuuiil iiequiou aud Buuquet 8 p. m, John F. Loyd, President. The Dally Evening Gazette. The first number of Hillsboro's new daily paper with the above title anneared last Saturday ufteruoou according to an nouncement, ami was received with decided favor by the publio generally. It is a six columu folio about the size of the Cincin nati Penny Press, neatly printed aud starts off with a very liberal advertising patron age from our business men, which promises well for its success. Its local columns are 6picy and well tilled, and it contains also a well digested summary of the telegraphic dispatches iu the morning city dailies, The price of the paper is 15 cents a week, 30 oeuu a mouth or fa a year. a politics i( ia now partisan. - r- Regular quarterly meeting at j 4, M, E. Church next tialbath. preaching at U a. m., byH. F. tee, D. D.., president of wiluertoroe University. Oomumuiuu aoj. vioss at 8 p. m. Preaching at ti p. w by Dr, Lee. All are cordially iiMtoS. LEESBURG. Saturday, May 12, 1883. j ; ! Iee cream, lemonade, soda water, at H.u e:i:n's. nr. 2mil fltv Evans is milking some improvements in bis residence. Oscar T.dwards has gone to Spri;i;;l'n Id to engage in busiiu ss. David Aslniiore, of New Market, vi-iting iu this village now. Mrs. Gabailr, of Cincinnati, is the ;.u -d ef A. I,. Heiinhurger ou t hutvh .-street. Mrs. 1!. L. Sanders has h en quite poorly for several days, but is some better now. Mrs. Nancy Milner has gone on an et'.leUd visit to relatives iu Missouri and Kansas. J. T Morrow, of Greenfield, visited his daughter, Mrs. J. B. Spencer last Friday. The Misses Patton, of Greenfe Id. were the guests of their brother, James I'atton last week. P. D. Matthews has gone with his strong force of hands to work ou the pike at Hardin's Creek. llev. Wm. H. Kan lers had a severe att.lek of heart disease this week hut is mir-h better now. Harley I. add is in Cincinnati in the employ of one of the Gase Companies, making d se;iis for them. Thirty-six church benches, 10 feet iong, good as new fo Heiuburger. siv. eight and sale by A. L. . mav:i;l-;lt. Memorial icrviees will be held at the M. E, Church on next Sunday, 27 inst. All are invit ed to attend. 1'redlo Terry and wife, nee Miss Ada IIutT, are living with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Terry west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weaver, of Lancaster, and Mr. aud Mrs. Kiebard Weaver, of Greiu- , Held, were visiting this village the first of the week. The Htatemjut in the editorial column last week with regard to the liepublieans of Fair field township was quite a surprise tn all but ono or two parties here. The gentlemen walking our streets and hav ing Btara in their vests are not policemen, and parties need not fear them on that account, ihey belong to the G. A. It. Hubert Wilson, a grain dealer of East Mon roe, aud Miss Louisa ltoberts of the same village were married at the M. E. parsonage hy ltev. J. Wilson last Thursday evening. A. L. Ifeimburger has a line lot of bed lounges. Sailor sets ordered on short notice. He repairs all kinds of furniture, and makes it guod as new. Prices reasonable. mayliw4. Albert M. rerrin and Miss Nan -y E. Smittlc, residing south of New Vienna, were uniied in the holy bonds at the residence of llev. J. I. Taggart in this place last Wednesday evening. jumus mmT Mil AUAW; 4tL. JACOB SAYLOR, DCVLKK IN Gold. Silver and Nieltle Watchi s, a!! l.iuds of Spectacles, Clocks, Silver Ware, Jewelry, and Fancy Goods, all of whii.Ii he is selling ui. usu ally cheap. llepairuig a specialty. Call anil have your eyes tested and spectacles littid without extra charge. Corner of Main and High Stret ts. FITO By Dr. Lindley's Fit Cure. I I Stops the attacks of Epilepsy I I I U imtnt'liatt h. No tits, spasms, or convulsions after the first day's use. Its cures are pcr Mniiifnt. In fifteen years we have found 110 case we could not control. A Trit JlotlU- PUKE. Price, .fl.50. For CURED sale hy druggists. Address. New Vienna Medicine Co., New Vienna, Ohio. Additional Gieeiilleld. 'Squire llnghey was taken suddenly ill 011 Thursday last, while attending to some legit business connected with llie transfer of res estate, and conviyed lu his home by l aivu, Farrett. His ailment was soon thing like i slight congt stive c:iill, and for a fi w hours hi was very sick indeed, but since that time has recovered sutheieiitly to again be on the streets. That young ladies should not venture near the water, unless accompanied by a male escort was fully exemplified on Saturday afternoon last. Three young ladies left town about ten o'clock in the morning for the purpose of nuking a terrible slaughter of the finny tribe 111 I'aint Croek, ami the spot selected u none other than "no bottom." Now after fishing for sometime without even getting a nibble, one young ladv thought it a good idea to ven ture out a little further in the creek by the means of a large log conveniently but danger ously located for the purpose. No sooner had the new location been reached, than difficulties at once came thick and fast. First the vounii lady's hat blew oft', and in her efforts to secure it, both feet gently slipped off of the log and in an iu.iBiit nothing was to be seen of the young lady, fishing pole, or hat, only a slight ruining of the ulaoid creek. A reuular us 1,1.1 euaueil. but the young lady was fiually fished out and brought back to her home on Washington trtvl, fully satisfied wvjh the ei.peri. uco of her first day's fishing. Ohaa. H. Collins, Esq., had un orgiual poem ou the White Mountains in lust week's Scioto Gazette which ouutuiued some beau, tiful lines, and we will tuke pleasure is trairaetrin's it fo trur columng nVst wVvk. SY f .1 1 1 Taylor I'vans Esq. has been making some preliminary arrangements prepare! tory to erect ing a line brick residence in the East End on a ' lot recently purchasi d of Harrison Johnson 1 Esq. ! Mrs. S. Simpson, the well known landlady of the Amen .-an House, spent last Saturday and Sunday at Wc-ub co. where she has been called by t'ne severe llincss of her little grand daughter. ! ltev. David Whitner, formerly of this place : but now of Spring Valley, passed through here I this morning on his way to attend a preacher's I reunion a,t Bethesda near Greenfield to-morrow , Sunday t. Corn planting ismostly done now for the I tirst time. Some who were not careful enough in selecting their seed and taking care of it last fall are under the necessity of planting the second time. Work began this week in earnest on the Hillsboro and Martinsburg pike. The road was almost complete from Martinsburgto Sam uel lteeee's Sr. last season, and the contractors have begun at that point and are working to wards illllslmro. The 1'o-st loeotnotien nn tl,n Tlllimsm .V Ohio liaiiroad passed through this place last I Wednesday evening loaded on a flat car enroute ; for the Chicago Exposition of Railway Appli- ences. It will certainly he an object of much interest 10 me visitors. I mi. ,oe. . iniiih iiooiies, iu auingion C If lint(nr,.,!.,,f tl.lo .1 1. .,..: Mr. id Mr only child, a boy a little over two years old, at Pleasant Hill Cemetery. The immediate cause of death resulting from blood poisoning. On DeeorationJDay the graves in the various grave yards will bo decorated at 10 a. m. All graves have been marked with flags for several days. At 1 p. in. sevices will be held at the M. E. Church. Speaking will begin at 8 p. ni. Oration by Hon. Ulrieh Sloane, of Hillsboro. The Hillsboro Gazette said some time since that "ltay Johnson has come home to die," but last Thursday's Equber says: "K. A. Johnson, of Leesburg, this state, a graduate of the Cin cinnati Law School, was married on Tuesday night to Miss Manimie Goddard at the home of .he bride's mother iu Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will make their future home iu Leesburg. Corrected weekly for the News by Elias Johnson, grain dealer; Charles Turner, stock dealer: J. A. Harcum, dealer in groceries : W heat, per bushel -. 1 M(B Corn, 4r)(a 50 Oats 8.yd) Wool, medium, per pound 82a 40 Butter 1M 18 Fggs, do. ira Flour, per cwt 2 70r& 3 00 Hay .per ton 7 nuro,8 00 Potatoes, Irish per bushel 75(a90 Sweet BOfiul 00 .-Vpploa, per bushel Hogs, pi r cw t Cattle sheep Lambs Poultry, per doz .. 1 5liS2 00 . . 6 00co 7 25 . . 4 Onto 6 25 .. S OOCo 5 50 .. 4 OWo 5 00 . . 2 4o- S 00 The Board of School Examiners for the Hillsboro Special District met on Saturday, May lit'n, a. id we learu issued certificates as follow s : J. M. K ay, Grammar grade, 3 years. John ti. Price, Grammar grade, 3 years. Mrs. Sirah E. Williams, Grammar grade, 2 years. Miss Sa lic Fuckelt, Grammar grade, ii years. Miss .Jennie T. Morrow, Primary grade, 2 years. -Mrs. II. R. Tenner, Primary grade, 2 yeais. MissSa'die Campbell, Primary grade, 1 year. Miss Ella WilliauiB, Primary grade, 1 year. Miss Cora M. Emrie, Trimary grade. 1 vear. The P.oard of Examiners consists of Rev. W. J. MeSurely and Profs. McKibben and Doggett. The airy fingers of Aeolous, tho god of the winds, played a symphony on the telephone wires last Sunday evening, which was dis tinctly heard by the residents the of suburbs, and created considerable wonder uutil the cause was ascertained. Win. E. Walker, of Groenfield: J. C. Walker, of Tuscola. Ills. ; A. D. Walker, of Holton, Kan., Mrs. Dr. Strain, of Nocomus, 111.,, and Mrs. Sallie Tudor, of Greenfield, sous and daughters of Mrs. Margaret Walker, are here at the bed side of their sick mother. At present writing Mrs. Walker is no bettur. Dr. Liudley, of the New Vienna Medicine Company, recently organized in that pluee, was iu town last week and called at the News ofiiee to make a contract for adver tising their medieiues. They are all reo nuiueiided as tried aud valuable remedies which have been approved hy many leading physicians, and used extensively iu their practice. Tho company organized for their manufacture is a strong one, composed of some of the best citizens of New Vienna, Rev. Daniel Hill being president and J. M. Hussey business manager. Under auch management the enterprise can hardly fail to prove a success. See advertisement in another column. Decoration Day at Samantha. Memorial day will be observed at Ka mantha this year by tho docorution of the soldiers' graves, in the two cemeteries ad jaoeut to the village. Those who desire to participate iu the exercises will meet at the M. E. Cemetery at 10 o'clock a. ui. sharp. After a short address, flowers will be placed uiioa the graves of the soldiers resting in that cemetery and a detachment sent to perform a like duty to those iu the Friends' Cemetery, on the lull west of town. Any persons dosiriun to attend munmri&l r.,.. oisos at neighboring towns, will have ample tuna tu uu so, alter me close or our exer-ei-- I. T. Cummins, L. D. Crnte. Wm. Couard, F. M. Tbomus, L. F. Fittro, ColulnRtv.