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- OF CLOTHES, CALL ON J. wffpunpiriH'.iri wi li jmhi G. OONK, THE FASHIONABLE TAIL OR tjiuumvnm ."rr-sracr. ITILLiWOKO, OHIO: Wednesday, July 25,1883. TOWN AND COUNTRY. r,u:iii3S3 Directory. CphIk inn ti 1 ii nlrr thin iirail at tlio follow jnch ppace, 10 a year: 14 fiiLh. to a yciir : ' inch, ; J a vnar, LJ" Ten lines of this typo nialto 1 inch. J EOIiQE B. GARDNER, Attorney at Law Office over l-YOwI's Clothing Btorfc UlLLbliOKO, OHIO. Kr20yl S. a. niciiAiiDs, si. ix, PHYSICIAN A SVI1GEON, IIitx? scono, O. Offii-k With Dr. Shipp. Dentist, North High street, over J. "dutlm u s' G j oecry. l;e-i-ueiice on Bi tell street, first door cast of Ala outc Templo. apiCtf M. DUMLNII,, AttouvkY-At-I A v.-, OT'ee - Ctothiiitf Mure-, .'nam St., 11,1,.. Iiov.". 1 Over FeibcTf A'lO, O. ill now kivc ! rue h:i.l i i ll ! t ho piiU'tu-o !:ive cxjie ion ti the of bin ,'i jyi r ieii ce. unl wil treni Mi'H 1 1 of r , K0OMi n .New f. di in t. . . i.iit; lliu.-o.'ru, U. .1 I!i use, j 1 1 1 M 1 w Pbvsicias asd Srnonos, Ilillsiinro, Ohio. Offioc On Bhort Rtrrrt, two doom vc-t ol High St. Offioe IlmirB l'rom R to 9 A. II.. 1 to 2 P. 1L, 7 to 8 P. 1L, nd all (lay on Satur day, decijl . JEFFERSON HOUSE New Livery & Feed Stable, ) nnxsEOKO, onio. New nd First Class Hiprs. Termi reasonallo. Give tin a call. ulGrl JOE EAIGE, Proprietor. HJMIOXSO HART. . T. HOLOH. HA rAP.T & HOUGH, Attobsi:ys-At-I.aw. Of.o Sank EuiMing, corner Main and High Streets, Hillsboro, Ohio. Jj-2'.iyl R. CALLAHAN, T, D. R., Omen Over TtiljcVa Clothini! Storf, JIain Bt., first dour to right, r stairs, Hillsboro, O. Ensai'intnts hy Tclepli'mp. niarl3tf A 1IAKMAN, Attobxev-At-Law. .'Jfii-'O ."onlheast cornel Main and Hiiih Bticcts. room up Blairs, Itilli boro, O. auglyl John t. inr.r., ATTcr.Nf.Y-AT-T.AW. Fuiilh's New I'eildie," ITil'slsiro, 2d Bt.-rv. Cffice Io aul'vl A. IVAW. w- c' I'tTKW'AI.r.. EVANS &. DUCKV7 ALL, DENTISTS. Orari-Opposite Dr. Iloyt's. West Main St. K. C. RUSS. T. AY. PuIIAS Drs. ItUSS & DcTIASS, Phthicians. SlIRllKONB. AND Ai:iiit'ruei'ns. OrKH E No. 3(1 West Main street, Nkws ofllee. West of lm-lvl QLIN j. noss, Attoiinet-At-Law axd Xotauy Prnun. Of fice iu Htranss Huilding. over Feihei's Sn.ie. (h;e27vl All tlie Best.' Buckeye Super Phosphate, of Clevolaud, Ohio, Btill merits its wouiierful increasing demand this spring. Bring wagons when yon come to buy. A coustnnt large supply on hand. Phosphate and Plain Corn DrillH, Champion and Iloosier Corn Plantcrn, the Unexcelled Hamilton Cultivator, Columbus Plows, South Bend Chilled Plu.vs and Points. Best Hay 1'altcR, Champion Scrapers, Iloosier Grain Drills, Jliddle town Porcelain - Lined ltubbi r Buekot Pumps, Engines, Threshers and Saw Mills of the J. I. Case and (Inar-Seoot nmko, and the Celebrated Fuiuily of "Osborne Binders, Keapers and Mowers." ALL FOlt SALE BY BEECE & -OVEEHAIT, lllLLSBOiltl. O. mil i ii ii im i " i in in ii ii i 1 " Fine weather for the fanners. Mr. Jeff Mclveehaii, Tuasilay in this city. of C'liiiiicothe, spent Mr. Hyman Dellrniu, home on a brief visit. of Dannille, Ills., J. M.Modhceand family, guests at tho Parker House, of Jackson, O., are Mi.l Cora Specs, of Illinois, is the t Dr. SpceB on West Walnut street. Hev. Fitzgerald occupied the pulpit at the U. E. Church last Sunday evening. Bureh Amen, of Spring City, TV nn., i guest of frii nils and relntivts h re. Mrs. Ben. Cllascock, of West Soul Auenuo, is visiting r, latives in Columbus. Mm. Fannie Mur'jhy, of Springiield, is .guest of Mrs. I. II. Quinn on l'.uut street. also Main Miss Clara Evans has been spending a days with the Misses Glenn's on North Cli Creek. Misses Corn and (lane Terrell, i lngton, wore in town yesterday friends. New Lto- alliug Mr. W. M. Johnson, of Cincinnati, spent Bunday here, tlie guo.t of Mr. and Mrs. J. Tatterson. Quito a number left Tuesday for Columbus ti attend the Soldiers' and Sailors' Beunioii that place. r .rrr'.vv 'iTr.i.int ifrrwrr-'i t,-uhii.ji M, .i J' unit o- i inn;; la.-1 n v .v 1'i-t in ih il homo Fi i'ltiy (piit.' r li nr;tliy gnjdiirn nt (..'liJUlIaU-l'l'l. ,Iih. A. V'ui in,;, uf tiiu Ni.ws, in;nJo a living trip to St, J,mii4 liml S.itunl.iy rrhirnins on Mi ni nf r.iliTic-a.l, Ky., is tin. K'l't of li'T ri-tt.r, mile wc-4 of t'wn. Mr. nml Min, furlisU; Jliivrcn spent si viT.il (1;vm hero ht we f, ini'l ninl rrhilivi-rt. of Cliillicotlie, i k the RiiestH of Mr. IV. fireve and ehiMn n, nf Cincinnati, iivn r.turin'.l h in' nTler m veml weeks plcas i;' sp nt with r-l;i(ivt s In to. V.'u iirkiiMwUde tlie mvipt of a coniplimen t.uy tirkt-L to th,, ,Yilmiitgln J'air to bo held from Antfimfc 11 to 17 inrhisivo. Hi niHlil'.'im .-:ri!.!' i ftill lmldiiiK its own, witli iiltl.: hLhv of ni inn in, ami now nu inhcrs ai'-j.i'.d .1 Li the 1 i . .tin i h'x. l daily. Mrs. T .1. I .vii aee n;euiir.'d hy her son, Master (i parents, Mr ;e. lire the eii- sls of Mrs. lirown'a and Mrs. W. T. liowcrs. l,!r. l'.-h., .v with !e l'. U'l i re, an old Nkwh liny, hut i'it. ('link, spent several days here h;t we. 1; v i!h old friends and relatives. . Th Xi: I'hoinpsoo of tine hl;e i r. i'.i.ii i tlmiiU to Mr. Jan. II. of Ioi1jom to-.viHhip, for a bucket AbelTies OMe iliv lilst week. Mr. A. A. Kennedy, formerly "mine host" at tin' Woiiihviiid in S.irdina. hut now of Wash ington C II., regi.-t"n d at tho Parker House Momhiv. Mr. David lieitler and wife, nee Miss Mattie f'halfaiit, of Hot. Springs, Ark., are the guests of Mr. Beiij. C inard. They leave for their heme to-li;"rrow. Mrs. W. M. Johnson, lee Miss Mary John son, a pupil of the Institute a few years ago, who has been the gue.-it of Miss F.llie Patterson on Ei.st M.iin sire' t for a week or ten days pust n tumid home this morning. The on lhe ihina Fair In j:ins Au;;ilst 2') and closes l!h. This has always been one of the ec-.ful f.iir in Sieithi rn Ohio, and is i:v.' noted for iis tine display of horses, to. Send to I. lloberts, secretary, most ; :ieec. I'arlieuiu:!;, cattle, ele. Sabina, for a p.remiiim li-.t. A p ist.il received from our old friend and eitii r, J. M. Piutieiiil, s.iys that the crojis in Trait e uiitv, Kan., Mr. V.'h ineseut home, aro in line en liiion, wheat averaging from twon-ty-!ive to forty hii-ln !s to the acre, oats forty to ..ity. and eeru .li i 1 1 ir line. llev. "ite;eiiil l, who is eainassing tho coun ty in the inter. Nt of the Highland County llihle S icii ty. will )o-eaeh iu the Presbyterian Chur.h at M.ir-hall next Sabbath at 1(1.311 a. in., aiel at lielf... -it rresbvterian Ctinrch at 3.30 p. m., tie. ::nie ,l.iy. Ail are cordially invited to;;M-.:id Me; , r. in di.-:i'oursi.s. lion. J. .1. ru ;sley return, d homo la.-t Sat urday night al'tei-a six weeks' abseneo in Ilai" ilin county, whi le he has been supi rintending the ext. r..-ive heive-t i pei ationsou his farm in tliit eoiihtv. He will .tiirt next week accom panied by his wii'o and daughtir on an excur sion ih -w ii t lie St. Lawrence ami the White Mountains. Ohio Wesleyan University. Tl.e Ohio Wesh vnn University, at Delaware, under titc able management of President C. H. Payne, has tahen a front rank among our WtstiTti C'!!. ;;es. The system of co-education h.i-- prov. d a pi'mmum.' d micccss, giving the young Ia in ; :it th ir l.v!ey home nt Monnett ihiil tin- ndvaiit'.t of mixed classes with the pi i.acy of the J'ai..ilv :irel., 'J'lio University in i:k lc'.irtiir nls has nt v r been as ably ciii.ii:cu :. Tin' ;,'ia'!uatiiig class (t 'Hil, numb-red lifty-two. 1 t'uo total ciiroUiiiciit iu all depavtm. u's of the Iu-rimiiou for the year, vva-i i'X): n'pre-entiiig Ho e. unities ot Ohio, und tweiitv-tlnee Mutes and foreign countries. ELMVILLE. i v. ', aiid proiuisos a full crop. Corn ,utn h ei.his met with a serious accident r eenl.y. lie w as r.it t ine; in his waKon with a e-.'iiin c.' '. lie direie'y iiehiinl him.. )iaeed with lia-ede et t!ie e. lie no. The team startint; .suddenly .Mr. Se cas lost liis ha'.ance and fell hiu iiisald strikiui,' the l.aeU of his neck across the seyi he inilicliii;,' a severe hut not danger ous wound. J.t. Mclntiro has been somewhat ill re cently. Dr. S. Mc'.-'u'.ty h; Ion 11. i returned from a trip to The vouiiir f"l!:s of this place have been nuetine every Satuiday eveiiin to play ero- oiii t. liood tinn-s are eeneraliv renorted. l-'arnu is are thiou-rli cutting wheat. The wheat in this section is liht, and some report that comparing with last year there will not ho a half en li. RUSSELL. win at harvest. The crop will bi light ill this nei:;hhoi hood. We understand that li. I). Granger has Bold his propel ty here to Mr. Peter Uoush of near Fail k v. Mrs. Heed has been quite sick for some time.. Mal i" (ii ang r and Mrs. H.ilstcad aro also on tho sick list. .1. M. Woodd' ll snd family have recently re moved fioiii lieie to within a mile of New Vienna. Miss I'.ila Hind, of Chillieothe, is visiting her old l'tiends at this place. .Lr. Jieii'ieiiamp ma.lo us an ante aouresg nere on Ust Sabbath niejit a week. The people Hi :'u liii;liiy pleas; . 1 Willi it. Ti e raihoad oomiunv are digging a large V.ell h, i I II tei di imeter. 1 hey pro : He bation from its pres- I nt site 1.) tl.l.s The Gazette Sued for Slander. is of the few ar on W. at. A suit for shuidir, the damages laid nt i HI. en I iiii'i tiled in our Common Please Court last we. k by Mills and Ceo. li. Oardner, attor neys fr Mis Kit MeVay, of Fayette county, in which plaiulil. "claims damages to the above amount against the proprietors of tho Hills boro lia.leltc and .lav nl) llillianl, Fsip, of I.ees- bnrg, for the publication of an article iu that papei last fall, which isllcgod to bo llofauia toiv of tie' plaintilts character. The N .i-th American Peview for August opi us with a ery spilit.-d discussion of the subject i f "Min ai In.-trueiioii in the Public Schools," hy tiie lb v. Dr. li. Ib bcr Newton, who ott'. rs a pmelieal scheme for conveying ethical instruction without reference to relig ious n i els, ii ii 1 t i in K.-v. J ir. Francis L. Pat ton, who ni.-liil ale 1 1 .lit. the Bible must be Hindi) ll. . l a I.; i-!' a" m eal leaching. Helirv D. 1.'!. Ml eo e. s ll,.- t i .'is an 1 fi-aii Is of speeula li.u, iu .;' iiii. winch oo-ratc to make bread di ar, und iniiililious tloil they should be re press. 0 io I i-.V, lis I. ii:;; i!igrhtl,V ill opposition to puMie'p.'li. y. Woui.-n in Politics, ' by ex Sui co on-' b iii i nl Win. A. Hammond, is a caus tic discussion of eerlain facts of nervous or gi.iii.'ation which in his opinion render the t, nolle ,-x unfilled for p ulicipition in public ntiaus. II ui. Fi.iie is A. Walker rch-iis 'Ih iov li,-. .ice's :'.. e.al Fallacies," eiitiei.ing in p.i'ii .-ul:.r bis doctrines regarding lanil teuoi.'aud it nt. '1 lib evils resulting ti'om "I'rildc Mclheils of 1. 1 ;;islatioli," botli national and .'.lale. aie pointed out bv Simon Sterne, who iiilioe.ale,: the adoption of certain ruies l, .;i l.ii.ve )u dine which, ill i'.liglish prae- lie, have hi en f-'Uiid to servo as an ell cut banl.-r. I.oih rtnst loM iy iuf,' anil agitllist misculeU of i'l i-ousidi ri d laiv-maliilig. I har les 1. Wioeale wiius of "lhi) Unsanitary 11'Hnisof the Kieh," and there is a joint dis-cu-sii.ii of "Seii n.-e 1111 I Flavor," by President ( r.iln-li.i Anders, ui mid Tnaddcus Ii. Wakeulan. Published at .el Liil.ivetle Place, Nuwi'oik, and for sale by booksellers generally. NEW MARKET. Our r"ninuitiity in Mrsi d w ith p:ii.l hciiltli at pri vi nt, coiihi fui ntly onrdoi'tor in at li iHiuc. It -v. Chnmhro dnhvrrrd a ti niiw raiu'C h'i'titre in tin' IliiptiHl Chiiri'liThurHday night, tin; I'.lth. Miw Klla Cimn, of Waliiti;lim O. M , is In our cnniinnnity viwitinf,' relHlivcrt and friends. The inllowinn nnclaiinnd letters nro in tho piwtiilliee hi this plaec : J. F. t'uuiiniiii;s, Mr. and M rs. hlswortli. Ir. Ilnhert 1'iirdy and family are viwitinK rei.itives in this locality. V. L. Lemon and mother spent last Hahhath with friends near Hainanlha. '1 lie liuptint Cliureh of this plaeo will hold a celeliiMtion on the htst atunhiy of this month in I. H. McConuiiugheyV grove. F.vtnyhody is invited to come. We have liifn informed hv good authority that llev. P. 1. Wolf will bo'a taudidate lor rtpiesi ntative this fall. The followim! teaeh'is have engiiged to teaeh in the fi.llinving ilistiiets in this town ship this winter : Histriet No. 1, Wilson West; No. 2. .1. M. MeKiine v; No. 3, '1 'human Wilkin, No. 1. ,I,,l,n VmWinU'ie, Sr.; No. 5. IS. L. Van Winkle; No. 7, F. I.. I.e.nnn; N . S. F. L. Me Keynol.N; No. !'. II. ('. Dudley. Average wages jier in-.i 1 1 1 1 is r l"i. "No Civil Rights in Texas." Indianapolis Journal.] We are in receipt of a letter from ITcusterl. Tex., giving the particulars of an incident observed by the writ er, the refusal of the conductor and br.ikeman of a train to admit a mu latto woman into the passenger coach because of her color, demand ing that she take passage in the smoking car. The wiiter s.iys ! " 'Miss,' said the brakenian, 'there is no civil rights in Texas, and the conductor says not to let you in.' And he did not, but held her with one hand while he opened the door of the car with the other. After the passengers, about fifteen in number, were admitted into the coach, the door was locked and kept locked until we reached Chapel Hill, fifteen miles. And surely the girl elicited the admiration of every Northern minded man on the train, as she positively refused to enter the smok ing car, which was crowded with roughs of r.air'j' every nationality on earth, but stood on the p'alform hold ing to the braki -wheel for fifteen miles. Her name is worthy to go into. print as a Texas heroine. It is Miss Mil lie Rodgers, Chapel HiP, Tex." The writer adds that if any of the young colored men of Indianapolis feel like voting against that girl, they had better write to her and get her statement. O'Brien's Six Big Shows. You will sec the greatest female rider, Miss Mollie Urown, who ridi s r.t 3 p. m. and 9 p. m. Don't fail to s 'C hir on Wednesday, August 1. A Big Show. On Wednesday, August 1, O'lh'ien's Six Bis Shown will exhibit at Hillsboro. This is a col Jossal amusement enterprise, and worthy of a visit from all classes. Tho Menagerie is com plete, and the Circus the best traveling. Dou't forget the date, Wedneiiday, August 1. Probate Proceedings. Moses H. Milner, admr. of tho estate of A. K. 1'avey, tiled seeonil and tinal account. Win. Wilkin, admr. of the estate of Silas II. Johnson, tiled inventory. 1'raukuu 1 add appointed guardian of Lilley ami Nellie Woolsey." Will of Keheeea Alderman prohated. .1. A. Vvr. tspargur appointed aihnr. of the estate of Christiana Heavers. Common Please Court. NEW CASES. No. Isaiah I'.otjerts vs. Milton II. l!ur- nett. Transcript and original papers from Justice's docket. Appealed hv defendant. No. 3507 -1). II. lialdwin Co. vs. Kate Holmes. Transel'ipt und original papers from Justice's docket. Appalfd hy plaintiff. No. iiiiiB Kate lildley vs. Charles Morrow, lia.stardy. JJeleliilant recognized in tlie sum of T luo, with Wm. Morrow and Jl. F. banett as sureties. It is the Best. ONE HUNDRED PONTES. A featuro of the O'lirien Six Iiig Shows wdiieh exhibit hero on Wednesday, Auguit 1, a herd of small Shetland Ponies. Thete dimin utive ecpiiucs aro the most petite specimens horse Hcsh in America, Borne not larger than Newfoundland Dog, and one driTimr in Golden Chariot of Cinderella in tho Street Pago ant on tho morning of August 1. Mr. L. J. Reanchamp. Tlie eloquent temperance lecturer, addressed another large meeting at City Hall Sunday afternoon. He coutined bis remarks chiefly to tho duty of parents to keep their boys at home as much as possibto, especially in the evenings, and to make homo bi attractive that tiny will not soak for amusements elsewhere. Ho also spoke of the bad iulliieuoo of tho "moderate drinker," and argued that his example was far more dangerous to the young than that of the continued drunkard. -Mr. Bcauchamp reports a good attendance at most of his meetings in the county lust week, and that ho fomi 1 a m ijurity of tho voters of all parties iu favor of the Prohibitory Amendment. He iv i 11 spsak at New Lexington and Lynchburg to.v.ud tlie last of the week. He left for Brown county on Mondiy, where he will sp.md several days speaking for the amend ment. At the close of the meeting tho following geni'eineii were appointed delegates to the Stale Pi-ohibitoiy Aiiijiidm -nt Convention held at Colnuibus yesterd iv : II. S. Scarbrough, T. Siinius.ni, Moses Calveit. A. W. Thoruburg and llev. J. (i. Black, of New Lexington. Itev. Dr. Starr stated that ho would attuud tho con vention as a delegate from another b aly. SUNDAY "SMASH UP!" Terrible Consequences Accompanying Racing on Sunday. of uul the We copy the following aoeount of a race a "smash up'' from Monday's Daily Evening Gazette i Yesterday morning Frank Dues and Arthnr Conn, accompanied by M iss F.tla Conn and Skinner, came ilmvu from Washington C. to visit Miss Nettie Vance at New Market, young folks attended church ill the morning, and while returning homo, attempted to drive around a young fellow by 'tin) name of Laikin, w ho whipped up for a race. 'The Wash ington parly succeeded in passing him, how ever, and boh were breaking at a high rate speed down upon another buggy, occupied Wm. Diven and Miss Anna MoClintock, of Market. When Diven oliierved his danger stopped his liol'se in thu upddlM of lliu road h-t thu racers pasti. In uiauing tho turn earring'' continuing th.o Washington party, sti- leu Inven s nuggv, ihrowlng lis occupants out and standing th-i vehicle on its top. 't earriago went down in the ditch, with a broken spindle and a mashed wheel. l-'.kill, who the tniucip.il cause of the accident, drove idlv on w ilhollt checking up. Miss MeCoriuick sustained severe injuries about the shoulders, Diveu's buggy was badly broken. WINCHESTER. I'r. J. W. lilnir h lii new hniwe almost completed. Several other houses in town heing remodeled. llev. Kerr is Rlent this week viwitinK in the northern part of hi congregation. Jtev. Kerr will hold services at Calvary Church on tho third Sunday of every month iu the afternoon. Chan. Morgan is viUhiK nt Chns. McAfTer tv's. He will upend his werk of vaeation from lmniiie..s in the country. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. IV-vend", and Mr. H. H. Shriver and mother, wcro visiting at Manches ter lawt week. Messrs. O- V. and .Tas. Shaw, and C. Raker, start their thresher next Monday. John Horner call at "Calico nidge.'' often. Dr. A. NoMe and wife returned recently from an extended trip to California. Dr. A. Nohlo is In very poor health at preseut. Hunh Kennedy called on Samuel Nohlo, of Ireland, one duv not long since. .Mr. Nohle and Mr. Kennedy hoth havo their nativity in Ireland. Mr. K. renorts .puto a pleasant con versation. Mr. J. T. IVvoridgo is occasionally having serious attacks of something liko rheumatism. John Carr is in almost c:iu( d Ly a cancer on hi hf i n supposed to he scrofula. constant agony; nose, which had Iteware ! A spectacle pedlar has heen in our vicinity, who is now juonounc 'd a swindlt r. lie sells silver and gold fnuiied glanseH alone. (Maims to sell at every hmief hut afterward you will find that your notglihor either nought none at all, or not inoro than half aw much an represented iiy the pedlar. Ho gives his name- as Milter, Hoiuetunes claims to he from Cincinnati, again trom Colombo, and at onu time to he Dr. Miller uf West Union, a partner of Dr. Ilium, of that place. lint this did not work well, as the parties he was ad dressing were well acquainted with Dr. Miller, Prof. A. H. Iok, of this plane, lias returned from ui) extende't viit U Indiana. Mrs. Dr. 111 and mother, of Klpley, wore visiting Dr. Salisbury this week. Dr. John Steen and daughters, of Ilipley, were visiting Dr. J. W. lilair last Saturday. Willio McKun ly, of Hillaboro, visited llev. L. L. (Jvorman last week. A. J. Frow, formerly a resident of this place, but now uf the northern part of tho .State, is town. O'BRIEN'S SIX BIG SNOWS. The Circus Boyal a Good Show. The male and female riders first-olass. The Ele phants tho best performing animals in the world. The Cirous Boyal is a Lady Circus and a first-class Menagerie at Popular Prices. We rcommand it to the Publio Gone rally, The Aggregation all that It is Advertised. A first-class Exhibition. From the Oil City Derrick, the first-class lead ing Journal of the l'clin-vlvania Oil Fields Oil City, May l i. Saturday morning early tho Circus Royal pituUed its tenia oil tliu Seneca street grounds. The rain poun d down about the samo time, ami kept pouring down w ith occasional inter missions for breath all day. lint there was a large crowd on hand to s:e the. street parade, and although tie) grounds about the tent were aoon beaten to a soft pasty mud, and little riv ulets of water ran down the canvas upon the spectators, there was a large crowd for botli afternoon and evening performances. The manager of tho circus said this was their six teenth day of rain, and under the circiine stances it couldn't be expected, that the show would be up to its heat. Nevertheless the ring performiniep was good, and had the horses not been obliged to wado through mud, and the riders and tumbler forced to exercise caution the audience would have bfen treated to a first- class exhihuion. Tho circus has goixl riders, both mile and female, with it, and among them s ime of the liest in the United States. Tiny have also a trick elephant, which is superior to any other ever shown In tho ring. Tho menag erie omit lins many rare and curious beasts. and their aggregation is all that ft is advertised to he. In this respect the people were not dis appointed; many thinking thai because the ad mission price was low, tlie show was a cheap one, when in fact it is a leading circus and menagerie with popular prices of admission. Base Ball. is of a The game of hall played on ihe Fair Grounds last Thursday was not so exceedingly interest ing, the trouble being with the Greenfield club which was made up of little noys mostly, who had to do all of the work, while the larger ones did the "wind biz." Tlie Hillsboro club is good one, the boys nil being pretty well of size and understand how to work together. The score at the end of tho game stood 41 11 in favor of Hillsboro. At night they wound up with a moonlight pic-nic. The pro ceeds at the gate amounted to about 50. Cheap Excursion to Columbus. to far the of Tho Cincinnati, Washington it Baltimore R. I!, will, July 23 to 27, inclusive, sell round trip tickets from Hillsboro to Columbus at 13.85, the ticket to be good returning until the 28th. Tho reductiou is for the benefit of those who may wish to attend tho Soldiers' and Sailors' He-Union at tho Ohio State Fair Grounds, where they are encamped four days. President Arthur will ho present, so also will Generals Grant, Sherman, MuClullan and many other of our greatest soldiers. Visitors will lie en tertained by a parade in uniform, competitive drills, sham battles, fireworks and a prize bicy cle tournament, and asido from these attrac tions there ure several interesting institutions of our statu ( aiutal, which this cheap excur sioa ail'ords an opportunity to visit. jy!8w2 The Hillsboro Fair. We hope the business men of Hillsboro take a greater interest in tho coming county fair than they havo been in the habit of show ing iu former years. A few of them have libed liberally to the guarantee fund and otherwise showing that they feel anxious tlie success of the tnterprl.0 but others, regret to say, are hanging back and treating the matter with indifference, as if it was oneei n of theirs. This is not the way make the fair a success, hut on the other hand calculated to discourage tho efforts of managers to get up an exuiiniion mat win reditable to our town and ennnty. Green field, Sabina, Winchester, and Blanehester, much smaller towns than Hillsboro, hold cesstul latrs every yesr, wiiieii auraci limit. sands uf visitors ami are spreading abroad reputation of those towns for publio spirit enterprise. The great secret of the remarkable success atti nding their fairs is thai every busi ness man and every citizen of all classes feels personal interest iu making the fair Hie event of tho season. Let our business profit by their example and go and do wise. There is tin reason why our fairs should it become as successful as those of our neigh boring towns. Our grounds aro among nio.-t beautiful and convenient in the State, and there is no bitter speed ring anywhere. Let all our citizens take hold of the matter earnest and show their interest jn the fair pilMpg. it up and aldint it in eveey possible wav, and tliev Kill ooii bi o the result "f efforts in mulling our fairs as successful as in Southern Ohio. Farmers and others desiring ft genteel, lucrative agency business, by which Jo t'JO a day can be eitriwd, scud address once, on postal, to II. C. Vii.b.inhow ifc 1115 and 11)7 Fulton Street, Now York. dec27oaU I'iflecn HiINhori coons arrived, in thi" plac on Monday evening to work on tho Horn- Thfv aro to he followed by ten others. Tho full force will amount to forty men. West Union Delemler. Mr. Alex Dallns and family removed to Hills boro Wednesday, and exnect to make that place their fiituro homo. Iiy the departure of Mr. snd Mrs. J)., liainhridtro tiax leen bereft of two of her most estimable citizens. Courier. A. M. E. Camp Meeting. BE HELD IS HILLSBORO FROM AUG. 25 TO BE HELD IS HILLSBORO FROM AUG. 25 TO SEPT. 5. The A. M. E. Church of thin place will hold their fifth annual camp meeting on the Fair Grounds commencing August 25 and continu ing ten days. The following able ministers and evangelist are expected to bo present: Ties. 11. F. Leo, D. D., of Wilberforoo Univer sity. Itev. 1 Tolliver, D. I)., Dayton, liev. J. N. Johnson, 1J. I)., Chillicotho, Itev. H. W. White, Lee.bnrg, and Itev. J. M. Maxwell, Louisville, Ky.t Mrs. I Tolliver, Dayton, and Mis. S. W. White, Feesburg. 1 ersons wihhing to procure tho right of stands, will address sealed proposals to tho committee appointed for that purpose, which consists of tho following persons : John John son, Rev. Maxwell und Carey Williams. Killsboro Prices Current. Corrected Weekly bv Scott A Hoadh, Whole sale and lie tail Grocers and Froduce Dealers. New wheat has commenced coming in freely and prices are a shade higher, ranging from D8 cents to $1 for good quality, and closing firm these figure. Wool is dull with a downward tendency. New potatoes are plenty and ten nts lower. Hillshoro, Tuesday, July 24, 1SS3. BUYINQ PRICES FOB COUNTRY PRODUCE. Dealers are paying tho following prices for various articles named : Wheat, bushel ., 9oa 98 una A3 zoa lit Hi la 1 till 5ua 2 (ill 5a 70 30u40 Corn Oats Flax Seed Flour, cwt Corn Meal, bushel Potatoes Sweet Potatoes, bushel White lieans, bushel Dried Apples, lb Ga ( a ' Peaches Oreen Apples athers, lb 45a 50 lz:4'a U 12 12,'; lt)a 10,' 8 10a 11 8 (loa'J (it) 3f.a .10 a 7 1 50a 2 50 butter Eggs, dozen, bacon Hams, lb " Sides " Shoulders bard Hay. ton Sorghum Molasses, gal Tallow, lh Live 'hickens, doz Dressed Chickens, doz Turkevs, aiive " dressed Honey, lb , . . lSa 17 . . 3 ,r,0a 4 00 . . 5 00a 5 50 LIVE STOCK. Beeves, cwt. gross " shinning Sheep and Lambs, per cwt . . 3 00a 1 00 . . 4 7oa ft HO Hogs, ewt. gross Stock Hogs " Milch Cows, with Calves . . 4 50a 5 00 35 00(B15 00 ool unwashed IMa 22 ' lleece washed 1 tub " 2Ha 32 33a 37 itr.TAir. rnir.r.H of iinoemurs and produce. Groceries and other articles retail from stores the following prices : Sugar, N. O. lb 8a ! ' lletiiu il, Crushed and powdered !a 12 Cnfieo, ltio Ilia 14 Tea, Imperial, Y. II. and G. P 40a HO " hiack 60a 1 00 Cheese, factory 12a 12.', Flour, good family brands, cwt.... 3 00a 8 20 " " " " bhl a 6 00 Fish Mackerel, No. 2. ,'bbl 4 40a 4 (10 Kits 85a HO Fish White, ',,-bbl 5 50a D 75 Kits ill! Molasses, N. () Coa 70 " Sorghum a 50 Golden Syrup 50a CO Lard Oil.". 1 00a Coal Oil 15a 20 Salt, Kanawha and Ohio, bhl 1 25a Hams, City sugar cured 15 Brooms, single 2('a 25 Itice, lb 8a 10 1 B rAKKER'S HAm BALSAT.I. 1 0m This elegant dressing is preferred by those A whuhaveusctlit.toany 't.-ount of its superior j :leanliness and purity. j ll contains materials only that are beneficial to the scalp and hair and always RcstjfEi tlie Youthful Color to Crey or Faded Hair I'u's.r's Hair Ualsam is finely perfumed and is warranted to prevent falling of the hair and to re move danurull ana itcliing. niscox flc v.o., IN. I. BOr. .el .1 tire, at d..t.n In druir. uid tn.dlclaM. , . PARKER'S ft Superlative t!r.2f:h and Strength Resteer. If you r,ve a iiicr'i..nic or former, worn out with nvf.rw.jri:, i r a nimliiT run down by family or hou lu ! I duiii's try 1'akki.k's ' iim-lk Tunic. I f ym iicnl. v. cr, niini:.tcr or business man ex l. 'i! it ii 1 y ni'. ut:' 1 : i.;iin or aiixic.is cures, do not take iiit ;i ji.t.ij umi.I.u.ia, IjUUUc lirki:r'i,Guicr l onic l:y"i li..' e ce 'ini'ti 'ii, J 'spe;.sia, Kheuina i iii, K.u.'iyCe;.;; 1 i:", otnnyH.lllJ:ofth':lllIlfi:. r:- ::inch. l"i rl-. L'. j- . r ncrvci !'. i kpk's CiNt.r i M't-.uC iviil 'm J y u. ll is the (jieatt.it Lli od Purihrr ic. Ilia Cci.t 2:1 1! Currst Cough Cure Ever Used. If voi nro w.T.. aiv;y from ;ij;e, di-sipatin or Oi: V ' c.''. r,r t i' ami p-tiuii e a MimuLuit liii.t;i:it I o.mc ; 1 1 iiM-; it will ."vin.nate ami huili i'i up fi-j.n tlr! t st tl'-si. lull will nevL-r lnioxiciie. It h.is s ivcU l.tnicliv (.(' it may save yours. CAl'TM S '-i;fi:-i?!l 1 t -I'tl't. rtLrr'Ci.nrpr Tfnki C-'Ti!- ir.l ui ihe 1 .t r. in. ct.iritr -bii In Iliew.trlJ.aiiJ ! , i- n: r- i:i ji-i 1 -ii. 1 1 1. - . f . r ui-.' S.'inl I. r ii.vuiw U CI.I.AT S.WINC l:i Y1SG lKiLf.AU SIIC. 1 'srrTi'v:rr' Cc- 1:1 pt't runic OAt-Cft:!' i;iy i nn v is 11 't liilli-' lll.C It Iubi.il lU-aii hViim I tv4Si TV h tllj. ...V th oit or dclrr la p.r.rjtacij tall 1 1 i ' i ' 1 y l IMJ III YINil T3 i..Wit'iii ihsi. ii- -r-'1 -ri-'' t"Ey. i. i.. ELY'S Cream Balm has gained an envia ble reputation wher- ;ver known, vV.jdae. onier prepara- ions. Au article undoubted merit, cents ROSE COLD. IS NO f A I.IUUIDU.S.S'Fii,F. HAY-FEVER Applying by the ringer into the nostrils. Will bo absorbed, etVectuallv cleansing the wual ...iiniy .il1 eKi-ri I, -I uinui. .e,,,.i.,. ,.....,.L... Ltcretions, H alltiys tullaitiiuaiion, proteci's the iticillhl'uiiai linings of ibo head from addi tional eoid-t, completely heals tlie sores and the sense of taste and smell. Beneficial results are realized by a few applications. All Uinruujh trrahmnt will cure. Fnequ did for COLD iu tfie HEM), lwtiitl I), nness, or any kind of niucoii. membranal irritations. Send for cireu1;.,, mail, prepaid, 6llc. a package -...imps received, bold by all wlndcoale iul retail druggists, lisU BllOIUmw, Owcbo, N. V. UdVlDYlL&OQ C at a r? nil 1 "ifLY's"... . ! SMrARRH COLDS' . 1 Ufe'VlMMWiUiJ I wis-" ) ? 3 GREENFIELD. Monday, July 23, 1883. ', Look out for circus lemonndc. Ti Flora I.aughlin is spemling a few weeks in Jackson county. O. J. lialdwin spent Wednesday and Thurs day last in Cincinnati Miss Clara Evans is visiting relatives and friends near HillslKiro. Fred II. Moore, cashier of the new bank at Kingston, was in town on Friday. Mips Mny 1'ell Hudson, of Columbus, is visit ing Miss Nellie lioyd on est Mam street. Mrs. Al. Downhain. of Hillsboro, is the guest of her mother, airs. De V oss, just cast of town. E. F. Mussmnn. formerly proprietor of the Chief, was in town several days of the past week. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hallowell. of Marvsville Ohio, were on a In it f visit to friends here, on ! eMnesitay last. Miss Lizzie Adams returned home on Mon day after an al-i nee of several weeks, visiting friends in Columbus, Ohio. Mr. A. N. Hurd and family left on Wednes day for Peoria. Ohio, which place they expect to mane llieir luluro home. Mrs. ("has. II. Gerken returned home Satur day evening after a live weeks absence visiting iriemts in tlolton, ivan., and riedalia, Mo. Few CI. Nye. a prominent young merchant of marietta, Ohio, was in town 011 haturdsv. Katurdsy was stock sale dnv and it proved qtuto a lively clay. A large numlier of good horses were purchased by foreign parties. Mrs. C. C. Norton, who for Die past ten davs has lieen in such a critical condition, is slowly recovering and is considered out of danger. Mrs. K. M. Dunhip, of Cincinnati, spent Sun- Jay and Monday here the guest of relatives. Stewart Itoden visited Chicago recently, and while there was handsomely entertained by din J. liell, a former resident of this place. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Southward and daughter Until, of Cincinnati, are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Southward, on South Washington street. Treasurer rierson was in town several dnvs of the past week relieving our citizens of their surplus cash. Tho total receipts amounted to ijH.unO. Fred Hinder has ceased operations at the corner near the (.'. W. A- li. depot, and is hav ing the budding repaired and arranged suitable for a dwelling. Miss Nellie lioyd, of West Main street, enter tained a number of her young friends on Thursday evening last, in honor of her visiting friend, Miss Hudson. The serenading party on Tuesday and Thurs day evenings, favored tho writer with several pieces of very tine music, and for which we feel grateful. Come Rgaiu. Mrs. Hnrry D. Vaddcll. of Wilmington, dur ing the past week has heen visiting nt the resi dence of .Mr. and Mrs. John F. Waddcll on South Washington street. Wm. V. P.cll was verv materially benefitted by his recent trip to the Magnetic Springs and will in all probability return there and remain tlie oalance of the summer. Quite a number of our base hall admirers went to Chillicotho on Tuesday of last week to witness the contest between the I.cesburg boys and the Logans of Chillieothe. W. W. Caldwell, wife and daughter Lillie. accompanied by Miss Delta Langdon, left on Wednesday last lor a months visit to tlie White Sliiphur Springs 111 nginia. The first car load of new wheat was shinned from this plaeo on Thursday last by C. C. Nor ton, and was iu 1 rcellent. condition! The ield tlius far is only about eight bushels per acre. liat McCai ty, a former well known C. W. ,t II. engineer, who lor the past year has been filling a similar position 011 a prominent rail road in Michigan, is at home enjoying a brief vacation. O'Brien's Circus iH advertised to show here on Tuesday, July 31, and this being the first show at this place this season we believe the attendance will he very large. The show trav els by rail and w ill arrive via. tlie C. W. Si li. from Jackson. The A. M. E. Church of this place will hold a two weeks camp meeting at the fair grounds, commencing August 3. 'The grounds are beau tifully shaded, mid as good water is also con venient, the place is an excellent selection tor the meeting. The Citizens' Hank on Thursday. July 17. de clared a semi-aniiual dividend of four per cent. 1111s is considered a good showing, when it Is understood that we support three first class banks here, and the good result speaks well for the cashier, Geo. W. Lefever. The following couples visited Monroe Falls on Thursday afternoon, and claim to have have had a delightful tune : .Misses Lizzie D. Wilson, Grace Love, Annie Clayton and Minnie Croth- ers, Messrs. Win. Meyers, Arthur Metcalfe. Charley Imnlnp and C." L. Potter, of HulTalo, n. 1. at A CARD. Mr. A. W. Thurman Gives His Reasons for Supporting the Republican Nominee for Governor. Office of Allen W. Thnrninn, 1 No. 1 South High Street, V Columbus, Ohio, June 211, 1HS3. ) To the Editor of the Enquirer 1 1 A correspondent or tlie Cmeiunnti Journal ' states in the issue of tho 27th inst., that "I have been in the habit of scratching Demo cratic tickets, and that I did not vote for Gov ernor Allen, but voted for Governor Hayes. 1 he Journal of yesterday, referring editor-: ially to the matter, says : "It is not a bolt from this ticket 1 the present one I. but tlie re sult of a chronic habit. If this paper and others that are abusing me had wished 10 have known and stated the truth, they could easily have obtained it ; but, as misrepresentation only is intended, I feel compclli d, in justice to uiy.self, to state that I did vote lor Governor Allen each time that lie was a candidate, and, further, that I never vot, d for a Hi publican in my life and would not do so this fall if the . Democratic Conven tion had nominated a Democrat. As it stands, it is simply a choice between a Republican and a "political gymnast," whose election means a reorganization of tho old Democratic party ("'Ibe New Democracy," 1 believe Judge Hoadly calls it! on a basis as un stable as the candidate himself. I will vote for Judge ForaktT, not because 1 Isvlieve in lleputi lican principl, a, hut because I believe that the dei'iat of Judge Hoadly will preserve those ot thu Democratic party, by putting a quietus in tho future on crprtu'i wj i'lliilnu(es, who have no political principles. Tlni old ship "Democracy" can easily stand another defeat, hut i-he must not be trreeA-ed. Vet how can Democrats, if they put in charge a pilot (Mr. Iloadlyl who has never been ablt to steer himself politically any straighter than to be first a Democrat (a long time ago; then an Abolitionist, then a Know-Nothing, then ltepubllcan, then a Padieal, then a Liberal, then a Grant man, then for Hayes against Governor Alien, expect to keep " her off the rocks V Yours respectlully. Allen W. Thurman. Real Estate Transfers. of It re titoros ,ml ai tiy Jennie lire Delos S. and wer and Mary A. Dnckwall, to Mary 1). FelL'lls.ai. lot iu Now Lexington, i!2lt. Shcnit to, l'e',,iy A. 1'avey, land iu Highland and Fat'i'iie, division of land, Sheiiil to Fred T. Pavey, land iu Highland and Fayette, division of land. Johu boush to Whlard ltoush, interest in laud iu Union and Hamer, t35. John lioush to Willard Boush, Interest iu land iu Union and Hauler, if 14, Elizabeth liiirt'Ut to Charluito and Susan A. Climber, 14 hi Kailsville, t221. l i-vi hiiulh to 11, T. McClure, lot iu New Luniiiglvoii, JrlOO, J. W. Stulta tu Matthns and Mury J. Kucker, lot 111 Sinking Soring.., i5oo. Hunan Moon tu Mary J. Iiaylesa, lot iu leyi'oti'mrM, tsjnu. Johu B. Furay to Henry 31. Hoggins, lot iu uiusooro, ci.oisi. Council Furay, interest iu lot iu Hillsburo, $1. Alice 8. Chancy to Thoa. 1). Bean, l!j in 1 airfield townsnip, iJ.ioll. James Diiriiell to Thus, fw.ii, 32 acres iu fliaoison, -i,v!sll, S. n. t'1,,1, to Itachel Snider, 10 acres in P";-..wi, 3jii. Anna E. Hurt to J. F. Hicstanl, lots iu siiosooro, fj-ooo, Catharine Hammond to Jacob B. and richo. rah Loug, acres iu Bruslicieek, 60. Frank 1). Hudson, the former well-known agent of the Ohio Southern Itoad at this point, but who fr the past two years has been a train dispatcher on the 1'nion Pacific at St. Joseph, ..io., i i preens ninng a renponsiole position Lorain, Ohio, nnder his former Superin tendent, Win. ThornhurKh. Itoiind trip excursion tickets to Colnmbns. will lx- sold by the C. W. ft 11. ltailroad, July 23, to 27 inclusive at the low rate of tl.'iO, and on the 21'iih and 27th, will sell at M0 for the round trip, tickets good returning July 20. The reunion of the ex-soldiers and sailors this year wnl attract larire crowds of tmoiiln nrh day and will be well worth a visit. Geo. II. Gibson, the Main street druggist, is at present confined to Ins home with a serious attack of lung trouble. George has been grad niilly failing for several months, past, but hav ing a pronperoiis business he hung on to it until lust Monday, since which time the store has heen closed. Wo sincerely hope that his present illness mny only prove temporary and that he will soon be restored to good health. A young son of C. Fortier, a farmer living a few miles north of this place in Favette county had his left fiHit cut off on Wednesday after noon last, by a mowing machine, wliich his father was operating in a large Held. The young boy, together with two companions, waa playing in the field, and as the machine came round, the lather shouted to the boys, to get out the way. All escaped except the young son of Mr. Fortier, who was caught Willi tlie above result. Dr. W. H. Wilson of this place, was summoned and rendered the necessary medical si 1. Numerous complaints have been made re cently in reference to the delay in the delivery of telegraphic iiiesssges, and in numerous eases a charge of 10 cents is made for the de livery, some within the precribed bounds. The business transacted by the Western Union Tel egraph Company at this point amounts to nearly fifty dollars per month, cash receipts and arrangements, should tie made to deliver the business promptly and without extra charge to the receiver. August Lauts is in no wise to blame for the delay, as he has all the work he can attend to at his office. On Thursday afternoon of last week Mrs. H. L. Dickey met with a painful, and what waa at first thought a serious accident. It appears she was about to go down the cellar steps, when she missed her footing, and fell headlong down to the bottom, a distance of nearly Beveu feet. Tho noise attracted the attention of Miss llessie, who Boon quickly summoned as sistance, and conveyed Mrs. Dickey to the up per riKiui. Dr. W. L. McCreary made an ex amination and soon relieved the family by stating that 110 bones were broken and that nothing serious would n suit from the fall. It was a narrow escape and might have resulted fatally. One of our prominent stock dealers, living about a mile north of town, near the flouring nulls of D. Welshimer, on Thursday last pur chased a beautiful lemon colored pony, and about seven o'clock in tlie evening concluded to give it a trial, homeward bound. A whip was also purchased and everthing arranged for the trial trip. One man was stationed at the head of the animal and held it quiet, until the the p. a. d. mounted, after which word was given to "let her go." For fully five minutes there was not the least sign of a movement on the part of the fiery beast, and not until a small boy on the corner yelled "oats," did the thing move. We stood for nearly an hour waiching the fun, ami darkness came on before the p. s. d. and his valuable (?) purchase, reached the fair grounds, and wo have sinced learned that it was nearly midnight before they readied home. Paso ball is at fever heat among onr yonng boys here, and with more practice we fully be lieve our first nine would make a better show ing with the Logans, of Chillieothe, than the game on Saturday last. Our boys seem to be of the opinion, that they can down any club in Southern Ohio and that too, without any practice. Such faith and zeal are truly com mendable, but the several match garni s already played this season, shows conclusively to the contrary, and that if our boys wish tu be suc cessful they must practice. The game on Sat urday iu ( hiliicnthe was umpired by Charley Fox, of this place, who by his just decisions was warmly congratulated by the Chillieothe boys. Tlie match game here on Thursday afternoon between the third nine of Washing ton c. II., and the "Kids" of this place was interesting and exciting. Considerable betting was indulged in by numerous admirers of buth nines, and when McConuick, tiadburg and Caldwell were substituted for three weak play ers in the home nine a terrific kick was made by the visitors and their fi lends. At the close of the ninth inning tho score stood 13 to 13 when the umpire ordered another inning played, to which the visitors again objected, made a grand kick, and utterly refused to linish the game unless the original players were returned to their places. lieing unable to tiring about a compromise the game w as decided 111 lavor of the Greenfield boys by a score of 13 to 0. Come back again boys but leave your kickers at home. Armstrong A- Boyd to M. A. Dawson, lot in Hillsboro, HhU. J. M. Wooddell to Lewis Uoush, lot in Hus sel, i-teo. O. S. Price to Abe Duelieinin, lot near New Vienna, ri 37. Alonzo C. Watkins to Lowe A Grossley, quit claim to lot iu Greenfield, Unlit. Preston Wright to John A. Buntain, divinion of land in Penn, fl. John A. buntain to ltobt. 1'. Wright, division of land in Penn, fl. John L. Strange to Edward Bnrnet, intereat in 53 acres, Hamer township, (1.650. J. M. Woodell to A. A. Halstead, lots in lllissells, ijol). Mary F. Storer to A. A. Mason, quit claim to 13 acres iu Concord, t)00. A. A. Mason to T. V. Hall, same premises, 450. Theophilus MeCoppin to A. S. McCoppin, 40 acres in lirushereek, 3.i0. Jetome 11. Daniels to Daniel A. Cope, lots iu Orel Illield, tllkl. Maria F. Carr to Daniel A. Cope, lots in Grei n'ield, tl.100. Isabella J. l h niing to Nancy Tine, lot in Greenfield, 45(10. Wm. O'Doniihue to James O'Douohue, lot in Hihsboro, teOO. JUSTICE Overtakes a Chillicothe Rape Fiend— He is Arrested and Recognized By His Intended Victim. IS'anehestcr, Ohio, July 21. The negro who attempted to commit a rape on Mrs. Win. Shaw, wire or Train Dispatcher Shaw, in Chilli cothe last Thursday, was arrested in this citT last night 011 a telegram received from Chilli eothe. When arrested he declared ho was not the man wanted, and told two or three diff erent stories as to Ins whereabouts on that day, at first saying he stayed all night in Chillico- iui: iiiiiiBiin.v ingiiv, ma icii. mere eariv me next morning for fear he would be arrested for the attempt to comnutt a rare on Mrs. Shaw. thereby confessing his guilt. Marshal Pea cock notified the authorities in Chillieothe of ihe arrest, and Officers Conlev aud Ilowni came dow n on the midnight train last night. and returned with their man on the early tram thu morning. He was taken before Mrs. Shaw to-day, and hy her recognized as the man who made the attempt. He was then returned to jail tu await trial. Daily Evening Gazette. Scott Again. Frank N. Hontt, the theatrical agent bound over tor perjury in swearing May Preasel to be of ago when he married her in this town soma wo. ks ago, is still in jail here. The following spocial is iu the nature of a conundrum i Indianapolis, Ind.. July 22. Mrs. Frank W. Scott to-night received a disrjatch from h.r liusOmid, daud at Ashland and directed here, to send a letter to Beliast, Iud.; to wait tor postal and letter. Not having heard of his release by the Cincinnati authiiritics, the fam ily are somewhat disturbed, and are at a lest la understand what UuW game Frank is now pla nig. Enquirer, July 2J. 31 iss AtVa and 3Iater Harry Bpargur, of Hills'. van, are visiting with their uncle, Mr. J. Spargur. rapt, and 3Irs. J. II. Heiatandand daughter, of HillaUiro, were tho giiosts of Mr. and Mrs, Aaron l erneau, Meuly, Baiubridge (Courier. Bev. D. J. Marr, llev. L. F. VauCkve, H. H. Msd.lio!, Fli Stafford, and quite ft number of e,hors left Monday morning to attend the Fro. ! hibitiou Amendment Convention in c,l..,l.. Tuesday u delegate.