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. 0 -. i.. ill. ' mix . J mw mm ii. m mi Dovotad to News, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Manufactures, and the Conoral Interests of Highland County. VOL 47-NO. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, SKITKMBER 19, 1883. WHOLE NO. 2469 &Jkt iff . ... w4 Published Every Wednesday J. L. BOARD MAN, EDiTon and ruopniETor. Omo Coi ner of Main and Hhort Ktreota, Op posite Music ITalL Uninji,in.u'mi.tt"inii jini,iiiu,uiLiiy mga C H OLERA! PROF. DARBYS Prophylactic Fluid. Tho Most Powerful Antiseptic Known. WILL PREVENT the CHOLERA. It HostrOJTS j The Tnont powerful I , una' iv nniib wmi'ii the chemistry has produced Its use either inter nally or erternalh ren ders all it conies in con fcact with, pure. weei Ueniu of Disease. I in a fact established""" m ino priKino, bvSScience that nun j'""' ' disease germs diseases are introduced '"'a' n,lfl "8 patient. bv outriftcation. which;"'.'''" reproduces itHelf and When used on TJ1- propogatea i the diaoas 08 rs, Boalda, Burns, Eruptions and Fain, sweetens the parts and promotes the rap in ever widening cir cled. These diseases grncr ate rontagton and till n itrmatio u 01 the air with death Buoh ii that dread Terror. Aeiatio Cholera, which is now devastat ing the East and ad vancing on its mission heaitny ilesh. It Purine" the Atmosphere. of death rapiilly toward our shores, inner nis seaaca of the same sort Its n.posw 4 'n i sii'k oom, Cellar, Closet or are Diptheria.Typhoicl lever, floarlet Fever.jMo'Mf purities ilm at- Small Pox, Muasles .nospiii'l u aim oiiv.-i. twny tlie germs of di sease and death. Taken intevnaliy it Yellow Fover, Ery ipelaa, etn. All thexi arenerate coiitauion. Other diwatien fevei and Ague, Mjlarla! lever, etc., arife from purtjit's the bUniuwh, giving; h tone a n o healthy vigor. It. is ontas;ion which cninw of damoiieas, tmhmUh? itnatlooa or unclean liefia. All these Diaoanw can be cured only h tonninK the produc rliua that it tmree Indi gestion aud Dyspepsia When used as a I.o ion it des troys all reekle and li 1 o te h jirodnciiiK (,'erina, lcv- tion of Diseasa Oorma 1 I) toe I II eiciti. white and traiiMnnrent and destroying thou, already produced, lioth these results are ac complished by the use of Prof. Darby's prepa ,m that of a UttLu ojjild It llfiiderg all Comos in Contact Willi ration of Iforacic Acid and Chlorine, known DAKKY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLl!II 1'iii-e and HenUiiy. Bpacs does not permit, us ro jiarif rniny of the usea to which this great Gorni dnatroyer i applicable. Ask your Unmnist for printed matter descriptive of its usefulness, or addrcu-,. J. II. ZKLIS & CO., ManufacturinK Chemists, PIIILADELMHA. 60 centa per Bode. 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SUKiCllIB To Subscribers in Hillsbiro and vicinity, the News will las promptly delivered by ( arner. 01 at the Post Ollice or oillce of publication, on the following terms : - Xn advance, or within 1 month tl JU the end of ii months 3 "i At the end of the year 2 4An advance payment preferred in eases, buliscribei s i. ill ijc uuiiiiud of the ex piration of tin ir time by a cross on their pa pers, or by bills encioi-ed. ii. It. V do pot. diaci iiliiinc papers sent Tuwji Subi(;:ibcrs unless iipeciiiUyutdoieJ. to so, until all arrearages Jie paid, as a jj. ttui rule. A failure U order a discoiitinuaiic Oousidered as eiiuivakut to ordering the papei continued. AJveriisiny Rales 1 w.j . 100 . 3 001 . 800 4 . tn. ,6 in. 1 y 2 tol 3 25 6 5 00 C 50:10 7 on 9 oo1 15 9 00 12 OOilH K'nch.... inch . . . 1 inches. . 8 inches. . 4 inches. . t tuche... Vcol..... Wool i Ool I ool 1 00 1 OUj 8 75 4 75 6 50 7 0() 1 25 j 2 50 1 00 8 60 . 8 50 . 4 00! .6 60 ,, 7IW 60' 10. 60 14 0022 8 00:12 OOilO 00c.i& 8 50 10 00,15 00 20 00,30 io no u no'iB oo 25 oo 40 8 00 12 00 14 00 1 lit) 00 H3 (10 60 10 00 17 00 20 00 35 00.50 00 u above scale of prices is for ordinary sjn- !e colunifi upiay aiiyeriiHinit. roim j.e''w, (jfUiiial ami 'labuhir adveitwi'imuts will aiiaiued at ilic h-gal fate for space occupied Jiu add (igure work 60 per cent extra. aifjtiuu. lo'rn:iLa, adverticments ip othei titan single column measure, and those in prescribed location, 25 percent additional. Lor-M, NoTicua 10 cents per line for4irt cent, pur Una fur each additional ipsei liou. Dinosui Uiujineaa DjrccUiry 0e jnch, J't,r );i, 6 nioiiihs, 'i,3 months, t,1. Ope n!f inch 1 ur, S 00; 6 months, ,Lj,3 mos. li. "Wanta," 'Tor Bale," "For Bent," "Lost," "Found," etc., in "Cheap Cash Corner," on half crt4 prr word, each insertion, payabl strictly in advance. Oarrtiaui Norn v. (other than simple of deaths,) Tributes of Rcspeot, Cards of 1 hanks, and annomiceinents of one-tuitl 'omt per irvrd, pavahle strictlj in advance, and when acnt by luail, the money must aocoimmny them in all cases. Notices of liarrwKea, births and Teatlia when furnished by proper authority free. Attachment, l)virec, AdininisLi'ators1 KiMDVinT Notices, muat le paid (or before icrtion as alno oieip aiiuj i i aubient 'ivu-tidiiflff't'l- " '" M-i ri3 1 A ti'r ma, he rotinil on meat 'lioniliji r,lr.-..iiLi.nfriic-. :t. 0J.i-.lU. taUM lt W WeM lu t U On. tVi<--. if NOTICE OF PARTITION. (No. 3701.) James II. Wright, riaintiff. vs. Sarah J. Johnson, et nl. Defendants. Court of Common l'lens, Highland County, Ohio, In Tartition. Bamh .T. Johnson mul I.eroy Johnson her huHtinnd, of Pomeroy, (lartield ronnty, WsshiiiRtou Territory, bik! Ko!ert V. Wright, a minor 12 years of ne, of llichuinnd, itay county, MiHH.mi i. will t.:iKe U')tiee that a peti tion whs illed against them on the 27th day of July, A. I. 1H3, in the Cr.nrt of Common Pleas, of Highland county. Ohio, by James H. WriRht, and is now pending in said Court , wherein said James H. Wrilit demands par tition of the follow intz real estate t-wit : sit uated in I'enu town.diip. Highland county, Ohio, on the waters of Fall creek, part of Heeney No. 2:121. beKinninp at a Hpsnish oRk aud hjack gum, corner to .Jidin dark ; thence south C3 de. 15 min. west 37 poles to a stone, whito oak nnd hirkory (dead); thenre south lfi de. 4." min. east 13(1 poles to two white oaks, another of Clatk's corners, and in Joseph Morrow's line : thence with said line north 71 de. 15 min. cast 1!I5 poles to a bur oak and hickory in William Patton"s lino and corner to John I' Leaventon ; thenee with his line south 17 de. 45 min. west IfjO poles to a forked dogwood and stone in Samuel right's line: thence south 1ft do. 77 poles to the iH'gjnniiiK. containing two hundred and foily nine (241M acres of land, more or less. And that at the lu-xt term of said Court (October, 18S3.) the said James H. Wright will apyly for an order that partition be made of said premises. JAMIX II. W IUUUT. ny iis.u a t uiu.li, jua ah y. AltKllst 10, 1883.-aucl5H7 j t GALE OF BONDS- iO tl thousand dollars (3.0i0) of the James town free toropiku No. 4il. will be r'M-efred at the ofliosi of the t'ouniy An litor, in Hillshoro, Oiiio. until fljtiirday, the lith day of October, 1H.H.1, at 1 o clock li m. riaid bonds ere ilnted the first day of Septem ber, 1HMJ, and tiiar interest at the rate of tlx per cent, payable semi-annually, nnd are issued by authoritv of Hietion 4S0M.'of the Hevised Htatutea of tHiio. for J M-S i. ps;e 1,178 and are described us foiions : Nob. 17. IX, lit. 211. '21. and 22 f ir 5300 each, and each havini' coupons attached as follo-.ta : No. 1 for (Hldue March 1, 14 ; No. a for 1 0.00 dia Heptemln-r 1. H-U ; No. H for 0.00 due March. IHM.'i : No. 4 for 0.0(1 din- H. ptem ; 1st 1, 1HH5. mid His months interest due with each bond 1st d.'y of !Malrh. 1H'3 Nos. 23. 21. 23. IT.. 27 anil JS for fr'.W) each, and each haviMa; coupooH attscbd as follows : No. 1 for ati.iin doe tVmvli 1. 1HK4 ; No. 2 for 0.0O due hi plimiber 1. lw(; Nn. 3 for .00 due M.ireh 1, li ; No. 4 for n'SI.Odnn September 1, 1SK5 : No. 5 for ttt.CO due March 1, lHSfi : No. fi for 60.00 due Septi nils-r 1, 18, and six months interest due with each bond 1st dny of .March, lrtii. Said bonds will be sold to the highest bidder, and for not h ss than the face thereof, with any interi st that may have occurred thereon, anil the privilege is hereby reserved of reject ing any or all bids. ciis. j. i:sm.;hwooi, JAMI'.S UOMis. '1 HOMAS S. MKPPKV.I1, Commissioners of r'ree Turnpike No. 4G, Scptenibir :0, 18H3.-septl2w3 T7v7" V.TVT M' E (li U. do ul u i 0C 0t 0(i 00 0(; 00 0t ot; 0C 0C be a and 1 an nouncement, So cieties and ii (lefl 4 j mil GOMLIERCIAL GOLLEG! TAYTOiX KstaMlshpiJ It vears, ROOM HKKPIW nnd PIIU.XOMKil'IIV tftti?ht ZvvvAl 'onlv by xporioiict-d teacliei. 'i UuusrtiHJsof aiudontK 111 tine posit ions, 'l'erm wJLXXvP nioilerate. Two wee km tnul liee. Aadicw A. J. W1JL.T, 1'rin., for eirtulra. P 5 USB 1 - L OHIO VESLEYAN UNIVERSITYSyE: both ifixn. In wholarstiip, low ijnscs, anI comniari.lini.' FtiOurnre, arnfing the first illrcs vast .r w-l. ltlie urart sp'ti.il supervision in an eleifani home. C'uMHvrvutttrjr of Mul. Art IK-purtmcnt. AaNflvnili', Nttrwil mmik pumluv) Cjuiwm, NctCMiary aiuiunl siiytucii uudcr Ji&o. tut caulugue, aaUio C 11. .'AVAft, lrualsmccita lUU.iMIA.VlilifJ 1 3l! KSf. "SI Itf ro 1 - V t, ILUiS UlUI EIEALS.AT ALL iL5 n B r si a ,irrA n mUL, ill B mJLa mm r.&m -A f r. S3 XT C C 'i3 G S O mm nv.QThPQ e IN EVEHY STYLE. FINE CONFECTIONS AND TROPICAL FRUITS. FINS CIGARS AND TOBACCOS Fresh Bread Delivered Daily. hi piami .Saws i - WHO 13 UNACQUAINTED WITH THB ees by EXAMtNiNa r icy .( ta,. v.? in. U i' O U O S 1 2 Buins tho Great Central Lino, affords to travalnn, by ronson of Itj uiiriv:ilcd ro5 fcrap'iioal position, tha sliortast mvj taent rout j betwjon tha Ea&t, Ho: ficnjt r.nd iouihonst, nna the Wast, Northwost nnd Sou't w.-it. It is lltsrally and strictly truo, f lit Its oonnectiona aro rilof tha principal llnoa of road batweon tho Atinntlo and tna Pacific. at lea main lino and branohoa it reaohos Chicago, Jollct, Peoria, Ottawa, .a 8a!la, Conesoo, Mollne and RooU Island. In Hlitwis ) Cavanpo. t, Muscatine, Wnordnsston, Kaokuk, )noxvllle, Oskaioaii. fhfltfld, Deo Moines, Woat Liberty, iowaClty, Atlantic, Avoou, Audubon, M-Plan,' Outhrio Contor and Council Bluns, Id Iowa Gallatin, Trenton, Cijiuorqn and Kansas City, hi wllsoourl, and Loavon wortn and Atchison in Kanaka, ana tba hundrcdo of odita, vlllnnos and towns Intermediate. The, "COEAT ROCK ISLAND P,QyTE,5, As It le familiarly called, oflf.rs to traveler :ill tha acHwuitaitca! and oomforto Incident to a emoqth track, aaio Vrido. Union fa.pota at iJI oannoqtin polnto, Itaat rsptooa Vmina, oomnoied of CCiMfirtJfiOUi,, WELL VSKTILATSU, VtLL IJ5ATED, FiNELY lJrHOLSreH nnd tLEaANT DAY COACE;a a linepf tn SAOST MUCN.HOCHT HCJSiTUM RECLININU CHAIrt CAH9 ef llUilt PULLMAN'S iHteat deelnned and handaomeat PALA3S BLELHIN J nnd DINikjQ CARS Ihut nro aoKnowiedaed by r. and people to be trie HNE8V RUM UPON AW Y ROAD Ihl THS COUNYflY, and In which suparlor moalo are served to travelers at tho lov. rate of 6EVENTY-FI VE CENTS EACH. THRiS TfAlhl3 each way between CHICAQO and the MIGSOUr!! RIVER. TWO TRA:N3 each way betwoen CHICAGO and wliNNEAPOLia an1 8T" PAULi via the furnoua ALBERT LEA ROUTE. A Now and Diroct Lint), via Seneca and Katiliukoe, haa recently h,c"n .M.an'id, between Newport Newt), Rlohmond, Cincinnati, lnainr.rtr.f.l-. ; t' fAyett. nd Council BluMa, St. Paul, Mlnneapolia (imj inriViutuU)'iK,i.iti'. . . -All 1 tirounrt Pa'.inen .-i ninitct dn'lVaat KMifet-i Tadne. For moro clefailett rni'Xiath;n, t.a Ma;ia und Koiaota, woicb ruay Luc..taiie), no well ,13 Ti-kete, at art pilnilpulTiOlmt UUims l.t tne U.iiitd tnto ar. Uaaaa, v V' a. n. cAai.Bt auHuuvliittui . ITttf - ON - 1 ? HANLOH & LEHON, Dealera in all kinda of Prices as Cheap as the Cheapest. JTjXj WOBK QUAEAlSTTElilID Cprer Main and West Streets, man6yi ' HILLSBORO, OHIO. BAKERY. JOHIT E SEASON, OYSTERS irfi 1$, GEOGRAPHY OF TH!3 COUNTRY, VVIUL this tviAP, That th Xi I .LL..U tT, Pr.Ch'iO Ft Y, at. JotyMi faes'r LYNCHBURG Saturday, September 16, 1883. Mrs. Dr. Brown is on the flick list. The large copper still from the still house here was shipped to the city last Thursdny. "riufiV baa been sticking close to his "end"' man tho past, week. Wonder what that caucus last Thursday night cost certain Democratic politicians? Kcliool commenced here last Monday with a fair attendance. ..." Tho '"blazing slump" oti'l keeps open with out having paid tho ta according to the Scott j I'""'- j Mr. J. L. Dumenillei't H iturd iv nioriiiii;; for Cincinnati to hunt work. j Hon. John W. Smith attended the Prohibi tion at Mr. Oldakers near Humel ou Saturday. Mr. W Ii. Oaddis will leave M mday for Texas to look after his cattle interests. The members of the M. E. Church, of Web ertown, are n-.-ool'ing their church. Charity Fields Ins m vel his lvjslauraiit to the Elkelen corner. rlevcral members of the 83th 0. V. I. of this place attended the reunion oT that regiment at Mt. Crab last week, Mr, Win. Stuntcr commenced school in tho Runk District last Monday with a good at tendance, Mr. D. Medium and (1. J. Taylor have gone to Cincinnati to work at the Cooper trade. Ilev. A. I. Maddov has been returned to this place for the commiug year. This is a very satisfactory appointment. Mr. James Xevin, an old and respected citi zen of this Township, was buried at tho Stroup c uni tery lant Thursday. Mr. Creorge Patterson is in the wost puttjiig up work for the Slater, Mjlla Co., of Blan. ehi ster. ! Mr. lingers, from up in the country, has en gaged ill the butcher business here. Daniel Murphy has moved into the property vacated by the P.ev. F.. I.. Knn on the corner of High and llroadway. Mr. Samm-l I'eale. one our enterprising hard ware merchants is putting in a new pavement in front of his d veiling on Main street. Mr. fi. llnyless, the A. T. Stewart, of I.yuch 1 burg, has his new house ready for occupancy an 1 will move iulo it next week. There will be a grand temperance rally at the grove near Dodsonvillc on the 27th innt., Ilev. John Pearson, presiding elder of the Hillaboro district, is announced as one of Hie speakers. Tho Lynchburg boys went up to the "model town" last Satuidny and took in the base bull club of that place to the tune of 21 to 10. Mr. Nicholas Sinning put a young swarm of bees in a hive in June, they sunn tilled the hivo with honey, and he then put a cap on tho hive from which ho took forty pounds or honey a few days sinoc. Can anybody report a better yield y Lynchburg Market. Wheat, per buidiel $ 'Xi Oats MHia Caitiff, per cwt 5 OOtin't 50 Hoijh 4 00(A 1'lonr 2 (i(K'03 50 Potatoes, per biishol 4(l EgK l'li Mutter lTno. Com ,r)(l(5 l.nrd 12 Ilacou, Hides 10 Shoulders l Hiuim , , , l;) Fe.he.i-s. 40 CQftl, r-"i' lui-li. 1 1314 Wood, per cord 1 7"nj2'2 00 S et potatoes 1 00 NEW LEXINGTON. Saturday, September 16, 1883. The late frosts are hurryint, the corn for the knife. Corn cutting is he ginning to be talked of by the cutters. Apples and other fruit things to be lolled for in this hicalily, Oh, yes, subscribe, for the Ntv.a if you want 1 1 get the mosf and best news. Jacob ltice, of Middieton, O., was in town lat wrek visiting ids sister, Mrs. Colin. Nclton Smith, of Jamestown, bought iifty two Ilea: u( c4tle at this place Ja,t npek, 1 he Fiitnds ccld their inonthly meeting at their church in this p'aeo lo-;lay, t-aturday. J. A. llobhins haa been employ-id to help do the brickwoikon the new hotel at New Vienna. Mis-na M.iry and rlusio ilambieton, of Cin :inh.di, were tho guests of the M$s.-as liphymei last weelf. L. Pensyl iias moved hi-i i-aw mill to town. t will now be a permanent thing and is ready tii do sawing on short notice. Farmers are busy getting their wheat ground all ready, but complain' of it being very hard to break on account of being sa dry. Improvement in different ways is still going on in town, such as building coal houses, roof, iug houses and barns, digging cisicrna and wi Us, The Council have employed Win. Rodgers to build a atone gutter along tho Habina pike from the north aide of Main street to the ichool house. P.cv. J. G. Black w ill leave us to go to Ceditr villc, and his place in this circuit will be filled ny ilev. P.imphrcy, who will reaide. in Juw Vienna this yi,r. If soino good pla-ierer would cume to town n w lie coul 1 get lots of work Ui do, us there are four or live houses to, plaster this full, and no mechanics to do it. Two of our young men' got into a little diffi culty and had a round with their fists ont night hi it week, hut neithe r was hurt bad enough to be layed up. The ladies held a temperance meeting at the l. K. Church last Tuesday. Several visitors from Lceslmrg and other places were present, and a very interesting meeting was had, There area great; hiuny Msltors that visit frieipls at this pb-oo that we fail to make mon liou of, owing to tho citizens not making it known to us, which ir they would, would give more reading and help us a great deal. Joseph and Isaac Adams, wlin li.ed two miles west of San(a,rttha, bold off all their farm ing implements, stock, and household goods last Tuesday preparatory to emigrating to Dakota, where they will make their future home. The school.! ooinmonoed last Monday with D. S. Ferguson as Principal, and Misses F.lla and Mat-tie Behymer assistants. The school oponed with niuety scholars enrolled, and Mr. Ferguson reports the prospocts bMng the best for a good school than ho has ever had since he has been teaching here. finfants and Children Vrhut give out ClitMrcn r-jfcr choolfB, iiw;curs Uioir fovurs, mukfi Lhmn Wp; "TIm t.ri. When Babies fret, and cry bv turns, What cure tXarir colic, kills th 'ir worms, V-ut f'l.Kiorir.. What quickly euros Const-pal .Son, Stur Sumnich, Cold, luUifHUitu : Hut (HMforlo. Fnrowell then tn Mor-jihlne Syrups, CiLislur Oil aud PartKunc, umi pentaur Liniment, An ab solute onre for Rhcnmatlim, Eprainn, Bums, Galls, an4. m jjbriatantautjous Painrolievr, julllylEuw in h mi m h iii'iimiinin ii mill n iwi'w imnwi IlaarJing, money is covetousness, sqviaiHK'ring il is equal folly and sin. Av r' aftpariUa lit highly concontratfil, .ml the numt tcoumnu'al Llutij puritiur thut chu be UBeri. Poverty may excuse a shabby coat, but it is no excuse fQf liUby wqx- I' oiirca frennenler ( re.ident nf t niiasmslic dutriet, larricade yonr aystem a!:.ms he saiohk' ' u,w ennntries ague, .iii,v- ami iuurmiiteiil fevers by the use of r I nilingt-ui, Mali., Feb. 2, 18S0. Ihnve sold Hop Hitters for four years and thue is no mwiicirie that surpasses them for bilious attseks. kidu.-v eomplainta and man I disease incident to this malaria! climate. ' KyUhn IX '1'. Aloiu4ui-. TOQACCO CIIEVER3 A REWARD Of 65 55 CAMIl, 1 ,(MK Imported NaY0ly frxkt ,1,0 d,U( Knives and 5U(M pounrui at toe (iroat CHEWING TOBACCO TO DE CIVEM AWAY! E'VKHY CONHIIftI:il savtTigroverWObws will a itlUVAULi:i). too toiHt.iHto:id, iiso t:ul. 70to ith ttOt6tii, .'it)toetU?40io7ifi, gi;to to Htn. tf'tif . win. ijiuui wui, w nui. aud 5,OUO 1 -ou ii la ZOO-ZOO IMuir Tobneco, ta be Kfvtui ia rutatiou, tho iutvwit umulrer of luur ro tnnitui wiil ruix-ive the firxt reward. sttlOO L'nsh. jh1 biKhfwt. M1MI. and bo ou down to a lih-t vl nt ymt.v t iik L.ha.uKi. ThttB:biirttiiJtiH Mud n Year rfwatck will Ve diBtnbutd botvytaiu Deot-tu,. twr itu an i January lft. Ihem by mail, butwoeu incumber lulu aud Uotlx. to tko WIXaSiON & MciAlAV TOBACCO CO. 21IIIM:TiVN. OHIO. ilrea out nnd paste on Envelope. This Ii THE FINEST POUND PLUG EVER MADE. ASK YOUR DEALER FOR ZOO-ZOO. tljiit ou ittvuur U aud you wiii uae uo wtbtqi IIA DELM PROVED Tha S.UHKST CURE for 'ii S K EYU SG SAS EG. Does a lame bacix or diaordored urine indl aats that you ao a via dm ? THBN DJ JIOT U3-.yiTAVU, utd Kidney-Wort at onoe, (druflf eisU racominoiiiiit)and it willsrevdily ovor-ioi-ao the d -.iQEuiQ and roatorc li'jnltliy action . iJ Vti to your icx, suoh. u pain mil rockijae, Kiduuy-Wort U unauxpaaiQd.J 30 it will act promptly ud mftly. i RttlierBex. Incortinno, wUinUna ofu2in, brick dust or ropy dfjposi b, vrd dull drafcttiXLg -,mius, all rpeKl(ly yield to ii curative power.) 4- BOLD EV A1.L DaUrrOIHTfl. Pre I w- itfmmmytrimA -wtitTsyoi i mwi I 1 . ..a .i. i- 1..-.. ..i ,.. ,:, Toliteness is like great thotlglns it comes from the heart. Horse bills printed promptly and in the best of style at this othce. We have a variety of ex oeltent euta adapted to such work. Dr. Benson's Skiu Cure couukta of in ternal and external treatment at same time, and it mnkesthnakiu white, softftnd smooth; unrivaled for hair and scalp. Contains 110 pvwuuuusdnis. tl, y,lU.cut!oi,Ju'. jauyl cr IITLLSDORO, OJTJO: Wednesday, September 19, '83. Saturday, September 16, 1883. "WHO ARE DEMOCRATS ?" The Cincinnati Enquirer Reads Senator Pendleton Out of the Party. The following is taken from the Cincin nati Commcroial-Oazotto, and in well wor thy of a careful pnrusal nut! coumuVintion : The Enquirer, Roadod perhaps to dpoper ation, hnH thrnwii off tun thin idhbIe, nnd openly HHsnilod Soimtor Petidleton. It is well kuowu that for Rome time it hns not born friendly to him, but hitherto itR at tacks have not been fully UeGnnd. On Sun day, however, in a three-coluum double l(jnd(ul editfirial, it aBftih'd him Tioleully. In that studied deliverance we road the following : "J'. Vendition, t n-d a Democrat. If? ft ttt not ft ftrntimsnt in Kjjmjvtthy with the tnt.wn of the tot'lhiff people trhn eowpost the frtot majority of the lh rncratic pnrttj. Wo lmv6 been tiucuHtomed, lo ! thene many years, to antagonize Mr. l'endletou as a Democrat, and to oppose and criticise hi? principles. There never was any rea son to question his Democracy or to sunpect I lint he won not a partiHau of the atricteHt sect. Always a gentleman, indeed, and, always honorable, aud consequently ro- j s period by bin political opponents, yet he uover failed to stand by his party and to defend it when it deserved to be condemned. 1 There is not out' of its distinctive measures that have been before the public in the last quarter of a century llint be did not buh tnin, and many of tbeKe, wo have 0fLe.11 thought, because tln-y werii p;rty meanuren( r.ither than from the promptings of his better judgment. If any important ol'-'i ver w re nsltod to name the leading Di-inocruts in Ohio lie would be apt to t ihh Senator Pondleton with Jude Thurman, and to hay that if the former is not a Democrat neither is Thur man, nor Ward, nor (.Teddes, nor Payne, nor Jewett nor GioeKbecU, nor any one ol that clasa known iv wheel-horsr s the nun. who have Uoyue the burden of ihn part through the heat of the day, nharing it lefeais and its vi!tories. lint now we are told that Iiepublieans and Democrats loo, were deluded. That for twenty-Jive jeurn, in war aud peace, in eluiid and buushiue, his political opponfcViU have antagonized a man as a, Utiuiui'rat who was not a Demo crat, not even when Mr. Washington Mc Lean groomed him for the Presidency on the Ki.quirer platform of greenbaekn fox iho million. Titis is enough, at tirnt glance to bh ke one's faith in huiue.u natur, and to form the conclusion that Democratic principles, iiulp.nl of being everlasting, are it 8 uuMubKtauti:tl as the mint that disappearb before the moruini' buu, or to uhg a better motaphor, as changeable as the weaiher cock, which moves before the blowing winds. It is also calculated to raise tho inquiry : If Pendleton, who has been in the !) mo jratie harness nnd at the trout of his party for more than a third of a century, is 1 ot a Democrat, where hhall we look fur the uinon-pure article ? Surely not to Thur mau, or Payue, or Ward, or Groesbeek, or Jewett. Through wboe veins, thtr-fore, flows tho siinon-puro Democratic fluid ? Let us examine, lu the year of grave 1SS1, there app-ared nt Columbus a new prophet, and Lamed Bookwnlter, as a candidate for Governor, with u bag of money. Ho was nominated. He claimed to have cunt his first Demo cratic vote for General Hancock, but this was disputed and was not establinbed, and the only thing absolutely certaiu is he be came a Democrat when ho became a candi date, and it is believed that he cast his first Democratic vote for himself. This gentle man, whot-e Democracy is at least two years old, is now assuming to run the Dem ocratic machine in the .state of Ohio in con nection with the Cincinnati Enquirer at one end of the State aud Furley, of Cleve land, at the other. It was his mouey that packed the Highland House Convention aud vent the party in Hamilton county and produced 0 result taut van only bo npolo 'Zfil for. at best, by uny honorable niau. In Clewl' ud on Saturday the i-aiuo influ ojco n n.-ke i t lie Cuyahoga. Democm io Con- Tenli m, anu disrupted tho party tin r- h ko. r.iu.-. lii in ney of this newborn Dumo ;r.tf. ns-'i! 0;, mist rupulnUN machine men, .vli'i i' (tUi.-.t.M? pmiit is V''der, I'm. dsr.oj, t 1 lu rtnony of things i'i the two .uriTr-u I, ii- t;s ct the Slate. N xi V" come to Jiidit. Hoadiy, the ' i:-uii:t ri i 1 iindidflto for Governor. He vah 1. ii !y irsl-t red into the Democraii )nr- v i , LS i'.. v. ben he espoused tiin cause of iil ie 1 a ti teiorin. Hh is an older Demo- j i n tl h i kwnlter by livo years. Jiut dibit H ik - 1 Iter, he is an ieoTl aaiubt j vi i ilin.i i.-.jve lueasiilO supported by the i 1). Mt.t.Titii. j 1 rty bince he beeutne a voter ii: l ii-- (i 'i-,in.o a Democrat, lu all that 1 inn- b w.i. en the opposite from ih 1 'Ui .in; :i- pin t v, and jluiUKt bu.:U uieu 1 1.1 i.ir 1, r foe I the . s lhurman and Pcudletnu, ne the ieat lVmiot-TaU, uu- :Inence the men vlio have led 1 ru many yuiii's are remanded 01 read out of the ranks alto- i'-r U a i the psriy i-t-j the venr aether. The oracle, too, by which this work is ijeii g done i the Ciucimmti Enquirer. It is uot our busiiiifis to dispiua its Denio.-ra-jy or to ijuesiioi, its right to the parly dicta torship, but il iaour privilege to -jtate facts, iid these justify the Muleuiont that for a -long tune the Itu-kboun of the party in this county has not regarded it us a rehuble or gan -f Democratic principle and in proof of Xhit it is only necessary to state that the oldest aaid stropyc.st Democrat in this city eMtablis-hed th 'NewH in order that the p .rty might huve an organ it could trust. Foremost among the oisu who put their money iu this enterprise In Judgo Hoadiy. He is a stockholder, aud one of the direc tors of the News. Company. A roll of the atockholders wiAild allow how widespread the belief was in this cily among Demo, urata that the Knqnirer, as a party paper, was untriibtni rthy. Now come the same Knqnirer, and Book waiter, a two-year old Democrat, with lloudly, a Beveu-yenr-old-couvert, a' d aa sumed to read the Thurmau aud Pendleton school of Democratio prophets out of the party, and to set up a dictatorship iu the State of Ohio. Under theae circumstances it is the privi lege of Republicans and of thinking Dem ocrats to ask ho are Democrat a and what ia Democracy t Are the men who have just i crossed the thiethold of the party tortile it, soul Uirmit thciusvivc iuto Uu positiou of leadership ? Is llookvalter, forexample, who is full of mouey and destituta of txilili cnl brains, and Jndit Hoadiy, who as JJemo ornct ia an infant, and tha Enquirer, which by the most substantial and influential Democrats in ita own city has been decided unreliable, shifting and venial, to be per mitted to thrust themselves to the front as the aiinou-pure leadors of tha party to whom every liemocrutio knee muat bend and every Democratic head must be nncov ered ? No wonder there ia a bewilderment in the party. No wonder the rank and file are bobbing around to find leaders and to discover what Democracy is. No wonder the men who act and think and the men who do the voting ask whether Bookwalker, who haa no record in the party except a vote for himself, and Hoadiy, with an nn broken anti-Democratic record of a quarter of a century or more, are thegrcnt and only lenders, and are nt a loss to know where tbey stand or what to do. No doubt thousands will ear. If this in Democracy, nnd if the party is to be led by pretenders and ruled by fraud, we do not want it. The Art Amateur for September contains forty capital, rosette designs for wood carving by Benn Pitman, of Cincinnati, a profusion of monograms and jewelry designs, several flower and figure designs for china painting, and two handsome designs for South Kensington embroidery. Fourteen notable pictures in the Munich and Amsterdam exhibitions are illus trations accompany a long and valu able account of the "Processes of Sculpture." An article on "Firing," by Miss Louise McLaugh in, should be read by every amateur china painter. There are also articles of particular interest on "Pencil Picture Counterfeiters." "Errors and Ana chronisms in Art," "Painted Wood work," "Haunts of Collectors, "An tique Ivory Carvings," and a great variety of other topics. The Art Amateur admirably covers its chosen field, and no one interested in art, either pictorial or decorative, can afford to miss its monthly visits. Price, 35 cents; per annum, $4. Montague Marks, publisher, 23 Union Square, New York. Well Rewarded. A liberal reward will be paid to any party who will produce a case of liver, kidney or stomach complaint that Electric Hitters will not speedily cure. Lriug them along, it. will cost you nothiiiK for the medicine if it fails to cure, aud you will be well rewarded for your rouble besides. All blood diseases, Wliona nesa, jaundice, constipation, and general de bility are quickly cured, satisfaction guaran teed or money refunded. Price only fifty ccnta per bottlo. l''or sale by Seybert t Co. At the White Mountains the girls all comb their hair back from the forehead. That is why it is called a bang-up place. A Run on a Drug Store. Never was such a niHh made for any drug tore as is now at rleybert A Co. 'a tor a trial nottie of !r. King's New liiseovery for Con sumption, Coughs and Colds. All persons af fected with asthma, bronchitis, hoarseness, severe coughs, or any atleetion of the throat aad kings, can get a trial bottle of this great remedy free, by calling at above drug store, llegular size il. So. 3. Continued. ' CHAPTKB 11. wonderful and mysterious curative power la developed which iB so varied in its operations that no disease or ill health can possibly exist or resist its power, aud yet it is Harmless for the most frail woman, weakest invalid or smallest child to use. "Patients ''Almost dwiul or nearly dying" For years, aud given up by physicians of Bright'a and other kidney diseases, liver com plaints, severe coughs called consumption, have heeu cured. Women gone nearly crazy ! Vrom agony of neuralgia, nervousness, wake fulness nnd urioiis diseases ecuhar to women. People drawn mi of shape f rum excruciating punc; of hhe'.iii.Blit-ui. liithuntuaimy and ehronic, or suffering front seroiiila ! ri Vhliela ! s.it rlieion. bKiod poiaoniuK, dyspt psia, in li,;e..tioii, and in fact almoc.t ail (Hseases frail .'ituiv is L-ir to Ibr.e been cc-cd ly Hop Pitters, proof of Hbl-.hejilt be follud in I very Urighbolhoud in the known world. sept Young Folks' Corner. No. 1—COMBINED SQUARES. FIRST SQUARE. 1. I'lol t, It. n 1 m-t Indian punt. ft. :poKtn. 1. A loiv. SECOND SQUARE. ' A II sir. 1. 'Jt. A plane surface. h. To overlay the inntr roof, 4. A liind of cabbage. The tirst words of the two squares together form the name of a useful household article. Cousin hitty. No. 2—CHARADE. My first a deadly serpent is, A vowel next we soy; Without my third all ou the earth Would surely droop and die. My whole is what we always bare , , When longing to lie great; Hometimes il leads to degree, hoiuetiiues to low estate. Barkis. No. 3—ENIGMA. Composed of 22 letters. Mv tl 'li 17 1 5 is a kind of stone. Mv IS M 11 4 S 16 ia holv. My 19 21 15 lis foremost. Mv 2 8 10 4 ia a period of time. My B 13 14 8 7 is to faint. My 21 a h a pronoun. My whole is a proverb. C. B. t . Answers to Young Ftlks Corner of Fept. 12: To No, 1 In tho race and not the prize li lory's true distinction hes. To No. 2 A D A M A N T. DOMINO AMEND MINK AND N O T To No. 81. Gnus, snug. J. Evil, live. 8, BowL blow. 4. him,', gnu. 'IV Mu. i-lUljJiU WaUitf Sumtoob.