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EIirPaMand-IJciv ' HILLSFORO. OHIO-' Wednesday, June 27, 1883. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. onVKKN'OI'., J. B. rOUAK.1.11, nf Cini innati. ! ,! V.rTKS ANT nnvF HNOn. WILLIAM U. UOSK, if llfvi laml. HITHKMI'. -irrrnKM, VM. ITVNl'olll) ITriOM, f Akron. (iVrni milium Fd'ruary 9, 1H7.) JollN H. IiOYI.K, ( Toli-ili.. (Uiu-xpiri-il term and lcmu term.) ri.VMK or SlTltKME HU RT, DWIGHT tlliOWKI.I.. of Ashtabula. ATTOKNV.Y OKSnit T,, M. B. KAKNUAllT, of Miami Co. AI'THTOR 07 STATE. JOHN F. Odl.EVEK, of I'larKo Co. HTATF THFASl'HKIl, J. C, UHOWN, of Ku-nbenville. COMM1SSIONFR OF COMMON (U'lllMIU), 1). K. DeWOLFK. of Toll'ilo. BEMiiKR or Bciviin or rrm.ic workm. LEO. WELTZ, of Clinton Cu. Scott Law Decided Constitutional. Just as we were going to press this afternoon (.Tuesday), we were shown the following dispatch received by Mr. O. S. Trice, Cashier of the Citi zens' Bank, in the absence of Hon. J. J. Pugsley to whom it is addressed : Columbus, O. June 26, 1SS3. Hon. J. J. Tugsley, Hillsboro, O. Scott Law decided constitutional. (Signed) Freu Blf.nknkr. Late Sergeant-At-Arms II. of R. The Democratic Blunder. The capacity of the Democratic leaders for blundering is inexhaus tible. The Democratic State Con vention held at Columbus last week, repeated the foolish mistake made two years ago in the nomination Bookwalter. They thrust aside all the true and tried representative men of their party and nominated man whose Democracy dates back only a few years, and who was leading and active Republican during the war and the ten years succeeding and, as such, vigorously opposed every measure and principle of the Democratic party. The truth and the fact is evident to all un prejudiced observers, that the nomi nation of Judge Hoadly was forced Opon the party by the liquor interest of the State, whose advocate and champion he is well understood to He was the paid attorney of the liquor dealers in opposition to the PoniJ J.aw, and occupies the same position in regard to the Scott Law of last winter. He was nominated because it was thought that he would receive a stronger support than any other man, from the liquor dealers Hamilton county, Cincinnati, Cleve land and the other large cities, and perhaps this is true, but what he will eain from this source in the cities will be more than offset by what he will lose in the rural districts. There is no doubt whatever that ' General Durbin Ward was the first choice the Democratic masses, and of many of the old and honored leaders the party, such as Judge Thurman, and his mortifying defeat in the Convention through the. superior management, dictation and free use of money bv the city delegates, will cause an amount of soreness and dis satisfaction in the Democratic ranks which will be seen and felt in the result of the election. There is good reason to believe that General Ward would have been stronger than Judge Hoadly, taking the State at large, by at least ten thousand votes. The Republicans are everywhere jubilant over the result of the Convention and there is a general feeling of con fidence in a glorious Republican victory next fall, which will place Ohio once more in the van of re liable Republican states. Personally, Judge Hoadly is a gentlemen of culture.of acknowledged ability, and pure private character, but as the nominee of the Democrat, ic party, forced upon that party by its subservience to the liquor interest, he comes before the people as the exponent of free liquor, in opposition to a reasonable taxation of the liquor trafiic.to which the Republican party stands pledged, by its endorsement of the principles of the Scott lav. We believe the great majority of the people will heartily sustain the prin ciples of that law, and will give an emphatic verdict at the polls against all who oppose it. General Devereux, the only Demo cratic Represenative for Hamilton county in the last legislature, says the Democratic soldiers of Ohio will resent the treatment of General Ward at Columbus. Had Gener.l Ward been the Democratic nominee for Governor, he would have received a consider able portion of the soldier vote, which will now be cast almost solid for the gallant young toldier and sUtciinan, 'Tea" Foraker. : ...1 - . fl if 1 fvATfi --ras. V": IIANLON & IiEMOiT, - Ieali n in all limlx of - CEMETERY WORK. Prices as Cheap as the Cheapest. JXjXa WOBK QTJAHAKTEED Comer Main and West Streets, man6yi HILLSBORO, OHIO. Judge Foraker's Opening Speech. Judge Vorakcr made his first poli tical ppcech since his nomination for Governor before the Lincoln Club of. Cincinnati last Saturday night, the occasion being a reception given hi 111 by the Club. The speech was a very able one and was received with great enthusiasm. The Commercial Gazette refers to it as follows : Although delivered extemporan eously, the speech was an able, in deed, a brilliant one. The Republi cans who had the privilege of hear ing it, came away with the utmost enthusiastic admiration for their young and gallant champion. They are fullv satisfied that he is a match for Judge Hoadly or any other Dem ocrat in the State, on the stump. Ye regret that lack of space pre vents our copying the speech entire in this week's News. We will publish it in full next week. of a a is, be. of of of Judge Thurman.who is by all odds the ablest and most trusted Demo cratic leader in Ohio, when he heard of the nomination of Hoadly, is said to have used language more profane than polite, and such as could not transmitted by telephone or postal card under the laws of the United States. The feeling of the ex-Senator will be shared by thousads of honest Democrats throughout the State. Allen G. Thurman, Jr., son of honored Democratic leader, Judge Thurman, has openly declared intention to work and vote for election of Judge Foraker. A full report of the Democratic State Convention, together with excellent portrait of Judge Hoadly, will be found on our inside pages. Tn tlm k.ili American Review for Pr..wi,l,.,,t. JiiliiM h. fexlro writes of "Dynamite as a Fac tor in Civili.au-.," f.ifciujf pf the the roasHuriiiK view that ni,)jjiUiU mtroiv a svniptom of present distwiJY, nK'tfwi!7 transient social plienomi-nou, whioli will 4k!y disappear as the institutions of government Mwiuht more into harmony wiili t!,e interests ajid sC,j)tct;"nsof themnwscs of the iwopU I" '' J'1" I1 1" f! the Ik-IH.V' LleuUmttt deueni P. H. SUenA.B the cavalry Usjons under his conimar" aa'"f ""T'Twim. - i r "l Ottntn ML'1'! h,g RunuiutT ui i.ee. a. - . portant contribution to the his. war. v. lllmm S. Hohnan, M. C., makes lug exliijjit of "J he Increase of public Expt- -iiuni-ci, uuu iiisisis upon me necessity for ceasing vigilance on the part of the people, the burdens of governmental administration become intolerable. ."Democracy and Moral 1'rogreMS,'' by O. 11. Frothingham, is a philoso phic forecast of the probable outcome "government by the peoplo themselves." It. Ih-uokway, Hnperintendi lit of the Reforma tory at Klmiru, N. 1'., points out some "Needed lictorniH in 1'i-ison Management ;" thomas Ser geant I'en-y writes of -hcience and the Imagi nation ;" (ieo. K. Waring. Jr.. of Kanit-v Drain age ;" Elilbridge T. lierry of "Cruelty Children ; and linally there is a symposium "Church Attendance" the (uicstion whether the churches are growing to be less of a power for Rood now than in former times the svm posiasts being "A Non-Church-Uoer," Itev.'Dr. Wni. Hayes Ward, Ilev. Dr. James M. Tullman, anil l.ev. Dr. J. 11. Rylance, l'ubhshed at Lafayette l'luce, New York. Don't say we told you, but come and for yourself what a large and cheap assort ment of Dry Goods we have to show It will pay you to do it. my30ua3 S. E. HIBBEN A SON. 'J0.U. IS- urn i All the Best. Buckeye Snper Phopphate, of CleTeland, Ohio, still merits its wonderful increasing demand tint) spring. Bring wagoua when you come to buy. A constant large snjiply on Laud. Phosphate and Tluin Corn Drills, Champion and Hoosier Corn Planters, unexcelled Hamilton Cultivator, Columbus Plows, South Bend Chilled Plows and Points. Best Hay Rakes, Champion Scrapers, Hoosier Grain Drills, Middle town Porcelain - Lined Itubber. Bucket Pumps, Engines, Threshers and Saw Mills of the J. I. Case and Gaar-Scoot make, and the Celebrated Family of "Osborne Binders, Reapers and Mowers." ALL FOJl SALE BY ItEECE & OVERHAN, HILLSBORO, 0. iinf.USIILEYtiCD. mm u p f fTV READY ItCW Irl.vi IM JULY Eend for IIinAM CiCLCY&CO. ROCHESTER N Y, CHICAGO ILL 1 79-1113 MAiN STREET. 200-2U6 RaodSt IduHlylAAsoN A large and choice assortment of Swiss, jaconet, and mull embroideries, can found at our establishment. We make specialty of these goods. iuy30m3 8. E. EJJiEEH 4 EON. mrr 11- fMi 111.111 1U I III UUUUUj -MARIETTA, OHIO. equipped KutaUiHlu'd in 1S35. In well the bent etliuaitional work. rl turn in College and Preparatory Department, DenrrviiiK youiiR men enenuraed by loi.nn, ftrlinlandiinn, and prizefl. ExpeiiHCH moderate, all term beina Sept. 7th. I. W. ANDREWS, President. jnwl7w4-A A bko. Notice to Contractors. fTlUE County Comininnionera of Highland I county, Ohio, will, on Saturday, the 21st day of July, 1HSI1. at lKoYlork a. m., beginning at the t-oriKiration line or lliHHhorouKh, pro ceed alooK the line or the Jnnnnary f ree l urn pike No. 53. and Bell at public outcry, in wet inns of not lesn than one-half mile, to the low eat and b-'Ht bidder, the ooriHtrurti'Hi of mum nmu inclndintr the bridieM mid culverts and the ma terial for the -paino in accordance with the Hpecirications and profile of paid road, Raid tmeci titrations and profile to be found on tile in the office or tiie i onntv aim nor ou anu anur Mondav. the 2nd dav of Julv. 1H3. Thp miccpHHfnl bidder tnirive bond with trood and suftinient Hccuntv for the performance ot bin contract. The riiiht to reject any and all uida i hereby reserved. ltv order of the Board of Conntv Commis- Hioners. K. M. PicMiCIN', jn27w3 County Auditor, be the his the an July, snh Jtvt fti lie" re coiintstl1e,roll''" Notice to Contractors. OEAT.FI) IT.OrOSALSwill he received nt ICl ollice of the Clerk of the Hoard of Kdm-a- tion of Dodson township, until 12 o'clock noon, on tvitunhiy. July 21, isx), buildinc an addition to the school houso DodBonville Sub-district Nit. 2, of said town ship, according to the plans and and specifica tions on nie ai me i lers s resilience. Kach bid must contuiu the name of every person interested in tho same, and be acconi' panted by a suflicient guaranty of some disin terestcd perHon that, if the hid is accepted, contract will be enterred into and tin perform ance of it properly secured. 'I he bids for each kind of material called tor by too specification shall be stated separately uuu the price ot end given, and the price of lalxir must also be sep arately stated. None but the lowest responsible bid will accepted, hut the board may reject any or bids. liv order ot tlie liourd, W. A. AliEKETIIV, June 23, 1883. Ju27w7 Clerk. nn- lest of Z. to on 30 see Free Turnpike Road Notice. TTOTICE is hereby given that a petition 1 1 will be presented to the Hoard of ( ounty Comnlissioners of Highland countv, Ulno, at acsjion to be held on Mondav, tho sixth of Alight, 1H3, praying them to grant a tin-unite oad lilt Ibis following route : Beginning at a po;i;t on tba Oeenfield Cvnthiana Road Improv'eiiieiu l.ea.' lUrrett's Mills, thence on or near the line of ihe now known as the Cave road, via the residence of Thomas It. Fletcher and the distillery prop erty now owned by Henry Rhoads, to a point )U Tllilford A- Chillicothe Turnpike hi, pi f,eif toe un fctween Rosa and Highland counties aM . tiii itOvW Tor!. Hotel owned bv B. C. Uulitt. ' ' " To be constructed in accorUanie viUi ( provisions of Chapter 7, title 7, of the Revised I Statues of Ohio, and the acts amendatory theotfl, Also asking tncsaid Hoard or county ComJLUvtiJw f',r a lew of ten mills year for the. turn c euiii rnara on all the point mnnssioners -t.lii; fl.'' ' ',fe tui-npme road, to lay out a.. HAJin(j-4 ilfill (J 1 jll27w4 1). . r- ; I ).'; properly lyijig .witjifi ilic of lw.ik-f,y 'r':,efol'erH ' as coiiiniiss'ii, '"" I u.. . ' -".Wrtij.;,'- fi,u,l free turnpike r tliej SALE OF BONES. S SEALED moroSALS for the sale of Two Thousand Five Hundred Jiollars ( 2.5(1(1) of the bonds of the Jamestown Free Turnpike No. 4(1, will he received at the ollice of County Auditor, in Hillslioro, Ohio, until Sat urday, the 11th day, of July, lnn3, at 1 o'clock p, m. Said Bonds are dated the 20th day of June, 18H8, and bear interest at tho rate of six cent., payable semi-annually, and aro issued authority of Section 480H, of the Revised Stat utes of Ohio, for 1HH0, page 117S, and are as follows : Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 for $3(10 each, each having coupons attached, as follows : No. 1 for 3.00 dne September 1st, 1H3, six months interest duo with each Bond lirst day of March, 1884. Nos. 12, 18, 14, 15 and 1G for 200 each, and each having coupons attached, as follows : No. 1 for 2.83 due September 1st, 18rt3 No 2 for 40.00 due March 1st, 1884 ; No. 8 46.00 due September 1st, 1HM and six months inierosi uue wun eaciirsona hrst day of March ' 1885. Said Bndn will be sold to the highest hid- aer, ana f ir not less than the face thereof, with auy interest that may have accured there on, and the privilege is hereby reserved of any and all bids. O. P. UNDERWOOD, JAMES ROADS, T. S. MEDSKE11, Commissioners of the Jamestown Free Turn pike No. 4(1. ju20w3 be a Engine for Sule. A good second hand 12 Horse Power En gine for Bale chean. will dn for tl.rpUl,;,,r, or running a Poney saw mill. Call on GLASCOCK ot'rvv Juel3uil SALE OF BONDS. SEALED rilOPOHALS for the aale of Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars '( 42.60(1) of the bonds of the Ripley Gap Free Turnpike No. 48, will b received at the office of the County Auditor, in Hillsboro, Ohio, until Sat urday, the 14tli day of July, 18$3, at one o'clock p. in. Said Bonds are dated the 20th day of June, 18n3, and bear interest at the rate of six cent., payable semi-annual, and are issued authority of Section 48 of the Revised Stat utes of Ohio, for 1880, page 1178, and are de scribed as follows : Nos. 17, 18, 19 and 20, for 4300 each, and each having coupons attached as follows! No. 1 for 43.50 due 1st September, 183, and ix months interest due with each Bond first day of March, 1884. Nos. 21, 22 and 23 for 4300 each, and each having ooupons attached as follows : No. 1 for 43.50 due 1st September, 1883 ; 2 for 49.40 due lBt March, 1884 ; No 3 for 49.40 due 1st September, 8i4, a id six months inter est due with each Bond first day of March, 1885 ; and, Nos. 24 and 25 for 4200 each, and each hav ing coumiiis attached as follows : No. 1 for 42.33 due 1st September, 1883 ; No. 2 lor 40. due 1st March, 1884 ; No. 8 for due 1st September, 1884 ; and six mouths inter est due with each Bond first day of March, 1885. ttal 1 Bonds will be told to the highest bidder, and for not less than the face thereof, with any interest that may have accured thereon and ths privilege is hereby reserved of oeject itig any or all bids. (IEO. W. CAR Ft, CAllY W. RlloTEN, C1IAU1.ES F. RObl.RTO, Commissioners of Ripley Gap Free Turnpike No. 48. ju03 l7ci245Visifc2 engraved ami rtnfi In all tliu ftushlonable fttyie. i'liie HUUiuiiory for lutiiun. C. F. BRADLEY & CO. 28 YJc-t Fourth Street, Clnsisaatl, a auv'Jyltitx) baroms GRAND CLEARANCE LL U V MI L- 1NERY AND FANCY GOC,DS. FOB THE ISTEXia? GO :JAYS. MR. AND MRS. ORR, MASONIC TEMPLE, wi' , cose out tlieir Entire Stock of Spring and Summer Goods at the I ,0west Trices ever offered in Hillsboro. LOOK AT SOME OF THE PRICED j. Ladies Trimmed Hats for 75c. Children's Trimme J Hats for 35c. Ele gant Long Plumes for $1. Beautilul Ustricn lip s for 50c. All Silk Ribbons, 4 in. wide, 35c. Ribbons at 3, 5, i- o, 15, 20 and 25c. Eloweis at 50c per bunch. Roses and Budf , at 10c. Laces at 10, 16 and 20c per yard. Fine Mila n' Hats at 90c. Line Chip Hats at 90c. Rough and R.eady Hats at 25 and 50c. SALE POSITIVE A3 TUB UOUJja MUST um HOLD TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALL STOCK. THOMPSON AND LANODON B CELEBKATil) LADli-S'. AMD MISSES' CORSETS IN EVERY VARIETY OF STYLE AND PRICE. Call poon and mal;e your selections while the Stock ia large. )n27inl at for i be all day free and toad road the tax saiu HAYNIE'S H V n High Street Opposite Court House, Keeps constantly on hand a Fresh and well Assorted Stock of Staple and Fancy Goods in his Line which will be sold at the Lowest Prices and Satisfaction Guarrantced. . Also a full line of Canned Goods, California Fruits, IS'uts, Confectionaries, &c., &e. Cigars and Tobaccos of all the Popular the per by de scrilied and and' for per by No. 48. ; Cash and the Hcst Marhot Prioo Paid for Country Pro v. TELEPHONE CONNECTION. GOODS DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF TOWN. CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK AND PRICES. T. F. HAYNIE. June 27, 1883. ju27ml rev pme mmm HAYNIE & GUTKIDGE, Proprietors. Now Open to the Public, with the Finest Line of CONFECTIONS, FRUITS, &c. EVER DISPLAYED IN THE HILL CITY. OUR DINING ROOMS ARE STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS! ' - And Eqnal in Style and Fittings to any in the State. REGULAR MEALS 40 CENTS. IjTJX-TCII SERVED iA-T -A-XjXi itotjirs. A FINE SODA FOUNTAIN. TINE CREALIS AND ICES A SPECIALTY. FAMILIES AND PARTIES FURNISHED TO ORDER. A Full Line of the Choicest Brands of CIGARS AND TOBACCO. my23yl OF FIVE PER OEIJT. ON ALL SIDE-LACE SHOES, AND OTHER GOODS IN PROPORTION. LADIES GIVE US A CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK, NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. QneenCity ShoeBixixi, NO. 23 NORTH HIGH STREET, HILLSBORO, OHIO. PHIL, PLAUT, Proprietor. THE INDICATIONS Arc tuiw l'-ivoralilc to I lie laving .-isidc cf licjivy winter suits, and lighter garments will snon lie rcMjuirecl. WE ARE PREPARED FOR THE CHANGE, And shall offer this week U IB IMMENSE LINES OF SIS S Etjiial in cnloriim-s, designs bt falirics, in tli and si vie tn $18 and $20 goods. A BREAT VARIETY of SL2 SUITS, In plain Cassimeres and Fancy Cheviots, all wool, nicely made and trimmed, would lie good value at iveral Lots of 10 Suits. All wool, very desirable color, frocks and sacks, well made and trimmed. Also one very large lot of 1JLUE FLANNEL SUITS, warranted fast colors. These Goods Arc Decided Bargains. We also have a line of Extra Fine Goods in Suits from $20 to S25 Equal in style and finish to any made by a merchant tailor. WORKING SUITS FROM $4 to $8. We have the finest line in Hillsboro of Gents' Furnishing Goods. OUR HAT DEPARTMENT. Wo will sell you for $1, $1.50 and 2 the same goods that other dealers charge you $1.50, $2, and $2.50 for. A large stock of CHILDREN'S FANCYf UATS. 15 EAGLE CLOTHING HOUSE. m no ioi of hood; AT il 1 v v w ii ecu nzx xiu UVUUU TO BE CLOSED OUT AND COST ! Owing to circumstances which have occurred, I will close out ray entire Stock of Goods, eorisfbti;' of STAPLE AMD FANCY DRY GOODS, Clothing, Carpets, Notions, Boots, Shoes, HARDWARE, QUEENS, GLASSWARE, &c; THIS IS NO ADVERTISING DODGE! hiy Stock will be Closed Out at Prices Unprecedented. Call Early and Secure Bargains! TERMS To Cash Time Buyers a credit until Christmas will be give., My Store Room and good-will will be either sold or rented. ICstablished over 20 years. Good chance for a live man. JOSEPH com I It icvj i nvi?! XlilGTQil, OHIO. New Lexington, O., April, i8Sj. ap25tf Drugs, Paints, Oils, Bruslies, J3yestiTfrs, STATIONERY Window Glass, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines, &c. North High St., HILLSBORO.