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LOCAL NOTICES.
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nn.t. t-:x". .1 I ;iv form .1 a op v!-
,. r tin- linn i n t : f i f I've nniiii
V I'onH. r, ni.v-s.ic n to Kf if .v Ov. nn.ir.
Tliiiiiliini: tin- nV.;.-,,u lv-liu'f nf Nip i.M
firm for f i ors in tli" past, wp lmpc ,y fnir
di'ulino ( ,u lit Ibc cont ii.ii.iiioi .f jour
1,-itr.nmoo. V. ('. Oituiis,
II. S. For. ikkk.
Hiix-ii'iko. O , A J . i i 1 1, t. I
Tl
to Miit I m hi'.s'.Ts. at
K.n.t Main strct.
It, Comtnl
Is iiisl ri'i'i'iviiiK n niri-lot of IJiliyC'nr-
ria' s of ail 'H
Ins Ou.-i'iivai-''
ai'il''':l
( hoicp Sci d Corn.
In i-riii! -i'.jsi- ik'c of tli.' poor quality of
(ii-o.l ;n in lliii h. otion of fiomtry. I lmvp
In a .li' urruvo' Mr'nts wiili l.dwar.l I'. Cloinl,
KtT.lsiimn of K' lit" S..iur. lVim.. to fur
uMi tli'1 following varictii'M of Kn 1 corn.
wiut-iM' -1 l"iri" ti'i'l tlioroiiolily tc sti-il.
Ini'iMveil L -iiiiiini.',
Cli.--t T County Miiniiiioth,
IV iiiiiini Yi-llo'.v Xiiij:.
I'mimr-.' 1'avi'rite 1. lit.
I will talo- or.l is for tln ii
ut fit l' r t.u.-.!i. 1 :
lm-li.-l : r. I C' Ills J', i- I" ' '.'.
, ! rvaro C.mi'y 1
t'l.ai'i's I tniif. . I'l-l
('ha.apioii Wirt.' 1'.
'I . it 1 . at l.o.i ii. r lnuli' l
j" i- lialf l.uslii l : s". c'li's " r i" . k.
t'hauil'i.'ii Wliito 1'iiirl. :l M per bnsbrl:
ftl.Ml .. r oiit'-'.iair bu-.li, 1 : iui,l $1.00 iter
k. A. I . Johnson,
1 , 1 , ; u I New Vii'iina, Ohio.
i e v(iritties
u- r uii' -Lait
fl.iiO
r
Tli,- iliilslioro Mar'oK- nml (irnniti' Works
of 1! arsiia A Son will lu- ravrii"! on as bere
tof"iv. 1-y KiitvMy 1 ir'.ucr.
ai- ,. C'nuti.r.s M. IIahsha.
Lost r.liU-K Sow.
On April 1. from Clim. Iii;.-!rimil s
slaulit'-r 1 1 mi -.1 - ii. ar town, ft lilin-k Sow.
w'ioliin about 1 -'" !b. A liberal rvwnr.1
will 1"' nivcn for bt-r r. turn, or information
l.'a.lin;; I i In r recovery, by .Vilolph Koch.
llioll sm v-t, ItillsbolM. O. npr'Jtf
Y.'c
w itii
hav.
I--e
. V
('in pets anil Oil ( lniiis.
.. n t'.i- Carp, t tra-.le this Season
lar ;. -t ar.,1 ban, Is .nc-st linew
r lisplay,-.l. S. ilino Carpets at
tban 1 1 : - 1 1 1 -, : 1 1 1 1
-ri ;n- lit -a t'i r.s.
, an-1 see us.
!':f
i or (!.it
(
Du- k- y-
s .
April
i'1'
- ii
S,.,, ,,P..,,
u-ii, r. lliii
. ! s- I.
pri'-es is in loim-.r an
l! is a j;rar.-l sn -c--s.
'j'iie s:yb-s an-1 prii-e--L
xi. r. .V Sos.
ami Corn.
; rind buy the Genuine
p:,ae, l-o'-v on haii'l at
born. .
v". Jami:s KlK' e.
A full s;,i.i;
Penje. comer
( u ar fa ' li'V ).
: ti I'll 1 1 ii
lit t!10 salt sl-oOUl of J. W.
Walnut nuil West streets
Thos-3 v i 1 1 i i or to buv will
li ti. 1 it to tii-ii- inter,
purchasing.
it to
examine before
np'.i w:i
For Sill'.
A hi, us' nn 1 lot on F.a-t Walnut street.
JtiiNb .ro. O. Goo.l brick lcms
r.-asonabi--, an,l terais va-.y.
felj'bf Aj.ply ti Cvi.rs Newi
l'riee
Dtv,
r f,.r .sal-:-y
low p-
1 liner for Sale,
in
: 1-
Tl
Uo 1,
rooms an 1 t w
Tie- lot is
stable, cal'i-ia:
rice, uli-i (,ll fav
ll sal, e.auti il fr,
C'e'l us.
l'.i-i f.-et s--.JU.ir.
e all-1 ice ll
I1--
"11 ll.aeh St.
aabie terms.
::ie ut twelve
. goo.l f, lice,
with un
lib i-
r
l l;.,le' of si
febr,:f
Appi
b; a't.l fruit trees.
en about April 1st.
to C. S. Hi:i.r..
She riinhluul cir
JIILLSDOno: OHIO:
Wednesday, April IS, '84.
Fur I'resiiiciif ,
Hon. Johii Sherman,
!F OHIO.
.Sul'jc-ct to the ,l,-ei-i,,n of the Nuti-,
bean C, invention.
al II. i-ub-
A correspondei.t of the (), .SV.7
J in n .1 tailed on Sen.-tor-eltxt T.iyr.c
the o'.her da-, rAtid .lokcd him
whether be w.is n can-liilate for the
1'ieaiiiency, and received fur unawtr,
"I have nothing to say," which the
correspondent interpreted to mean :
"I am." When 'iue-.tioned reganling
tile statement of iii.s so:., ( ). 11. Pavne,
thu. he is not a candidate, he said :
"We are two separate and indepen
dent persons, you know. I am not
responsible for any thing he says.'
An expre
the rate of forty f1Ve miles an
was thrown fiom the track
misplaced ra I. near a
A S-T o:is rai'road accident oc
cured hut 1'rid.iy i.i0)it on the 1'aii
Har.dle about three miles west of
Xenia. An exore .s train rtinr.in-' at
hour,
by a
brietre over
the I.ittlj Miami, and narrowly
escaped beinj thrown into the river.
Theen"ineer, lohn Thomas 01 Xenia.
was instantly killed, and the fireman, !
John McConnell of the same place,'
fatally injured, an 1 the express mes !
senger and baggage master so ser-;
iously injured that their recovery is
doubtful. None of the passengers
were killed but several h.,d limbs'
fractured and received severe bruises.
The accident was no doubt caused
by some fiends purposely misplacing
the track In order to ieck the train
and rob the pasatngers. j
Adjournment of the Legislature.
The "Stand ml Oii" Legislature
closed its first session last Monday,
and adjourned to the fir.-t Monday in
J uiuaiy, 1885. As it lugun its wotk
by a bargain and sale of the U. S.
Senatorship to the Standard Oil Cora
pany, so one of its last acts was to
signalie its ownership by that giant
monopoly by the defeat of the Kohkr
I'ipe Line bill, a measure intended to
give other coal oil companies an
eipial chance with the Standard Oil
concern and force it to relax its grasp
upon the pot kets of the people. Mr.
Kohler's bill passed the House on
Thursday, the Republicans voting
solidly for it, aided by enough honest
Democrats to secure its passage.
The bid was then sent to the Senate,
where it was pocketed by the Presi
dent pro tern, Mr. White, of Defi
ance, who resisted all attempts of the
friends of the bill to get it before the
Senate until too late to secure its
passage, as Monday morning had
been set f,r final adjournment. A
more outrageous and high-handed
usurpation of power on the part of a
presiding officer has never been re
corded in the annals of the Ohio
Legislatu re.
The graded liquor tax bill was
killed in the House by the determin
ed opposition of Allen O. Myers
and other Democrats, and the Scott
Law as amended in the House, pass
ed the Senate on Saturday. The
only changes in the law made by'the
House are the striking out of the
McConnellsville ordinance section,
the adoption of a clause making the
payment of the tax semi-annual in
stead of annual, another refunding
the tax r r,i',i if a saloon keeper re
tires from business before the year is
out, and lastly that in case of remov
al during the year shall not be requit
ed to pay the tax again.
A joint resolution passed the Sen
ate to submit a constitutional amend
ment to the people next year, for a
graded license law, but it failed to
pass the House and was referred to
the Judiciary committee to be report
ed on at the next session.
The Judicial bill to establish the
new Circuit Courts, became a law.
A joint resolution passed both
houses for an invest igalion of the
leged frauds in Cincinnati at the
spring elections, and at previous
elections as far back as the commit
tee choose to go. Allen O. Myers was
the author of the resolution and will
doubtless be chairman of the committee.
Recent estimates made in the
Post-Olrice department indicate that
the reduction of letter postage will
not cause any very serious reduction
in the reeivte for the current fiscal
year ending June 30, the estimated
falling off being only about two mil
lions as compared with last year.
Minister Sargent has declined the
appointment as Minister to Russia,
to fill the vacancy caused by the
death of Minister Hunt and will re
turn home as soon as his successor is
appointed.
Report of the State Relief Commission.
In the Senate last Friday Senator
Reed of this district submitted the
report of the State Relief Commiss
ion; "To the Govenor and the General
Assembly of the State.
"We, the undersigned, members
of the Ohio State Relief Commission,
respectfully represents that there
now remains in the Stale Treasury
the sum of $100,000 to the credit of
the Ohio State Relief Commission.
"U'e further represent that the
Commission has now on hand, unap
propriated, the sum of ?4.952 5-
"We further represent that such
measure of relief as is yet to be ex
tended to the citizens of this State
who suffered by the recent flood, as
the majority of the members of this
commission have decided to be
within the scope and interest of
'substitute for Senate Bill No. 76
and jo'Snt resolution No. 27,' passed
by the Legislature February 15, ibbj,
will, in our opinion, be covered by
the above mentioned .'r;4 952 50.
"We, therefore, respectfully request
that tli e honorable Legislature of
this State take such action in the
premises as in its judgement may
seem proper.
"P. W. Huntington-,
"J. T. Crkw,
"C. W. Cons 1 antink,
"John 1!ykni."
Mr. Reed then offered a rcselution,
extending the thanks of the Senate
to the Governor and the members
of State Relief Commission for the
able and conscientious manner in
which they have severally performed
their very many arduous duties, and
directing the Clerk of the Senate to
transmit to each a copy of the reso
lution. Adopted unanimously.
A
GOOD
BUGGY,
For Sioo.oo and upwards.
IF OUR Bi'll LUKE, I1D FULLY
Vehicles of Every Description at
IWHTED.
reatly Reduced Bates
Repairing and Painting at Lowest Figures.
and Workmanship,
Call and Examine Material
then
are Prices il
Ebrwe
ii
PAY VOU.
"actury and Salesroom, Cur. Court and Short Streets, I Iillsbnro, O.
CARROLL & DOWNHAM.
AG 1UC ULTUKAL I M PL EMENTS.
OVERMAN & FO RAKER,
St'tXr.SSdKS TO
REECE & OVERMAN.
0bunie Sclf-lJintliii Harvester, llcniicTd and
to Ciniin Drills, ('liainjiion iScrapcrs
itor.
I. Case and (iaar, Scott ec ()o.
Day-
Dciler.s in 'J'ln
Alowers, 1- and L'-lim
and Hamilton ('tilth
the Crlel, rated .1. 1. ( ase and (iaar, .Scott ec
Threshing Machines and .10 it' dues. The Columims
ton, Anghe
We call tin
A I s.
aim .-suiiui jjena ciiiiieii i lows ami 1 dints,
special attention of Township Trustees, .Su
pervisors and koad ("ontrtuturs to to the Champion
Scraper. (.",() sold last vear
attention of Farmers U tlie Hamilton Caltivator, the best now
We also rail
in L'se
SAL'SftGOVi- Noi tli High Street, in tli;
bh leaf
old Miller Blouk, ojtp. Clifton House.
THAT IS, 2sy IT
n
)li(e
V
n
EUSTTIIEl STOCK OIF
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S SHOES and SLIPPERS,
In ordor to mako room for my larpe stock of Men's and Boys' Bootra, Shoos, Hats and Caps, which I am daily roceiviner. I am bound to mako my Boot and Bhoo Department
as bifr a suceoss an my Olothinsr Department. Call and prfco my LmrliorV and Children's sIiooh and you will actually bo surprised. I am determined to close them out by the end
of this season at the latest, and that at almost, any price EVERYTHING BELOW COST. No trouble to show poods. My success in business results from my rule never to
state in urint what I can't back up by facts. SEEING IS BELIEVING, AND IF YOU DON'T CALL YOU WILL BE SORIIY. BELOW I QUOTE A FEW PRICES:
Women's F!"o Custom Shoes
Misses' Finest (Jn ility (extra bnrpninsl half sizes
( lilblrcii's l ine.-t ,'Mnility in 1 tie Market,
$:!.1.1, former price lj;t.00
8.110, " 4.00
l..",0, " ,.'2J
Ladies' Siilo Lint Shoes
I nilics' Itutton Midi's
hililrrn'N itutloii Shops,
Toe., fornur price $1.10
$1.00, 1.30
40, " 6S
Ladies' Front Lace Shoes, So tents, former price $1.2.
And everything ibe iu tbo wotnen'i and children's line in proportion. My (.to.-lt of CLOTHING for the Spring nnd Summer trade is very luro nnd ntlnirtive, nnd my prices aro lower this scanou than at any time in th
history of tlio t nited Stiitm. A special invitation in extended to the Indus to cull iui.1 Bee the nobby Htyles of
CHILDREN'S AND SCHOOL BOYS' SUITS.
ap2mi I "avc not neglected the Hat Department of my business, and my Stock is' larger by half than ever before.
T FE1BBL, THE CLOTHIEH.
1
!W1
hi
Cash
BRUNNER'S
Boot and Shoe Store,
SCHILLY'S 01.1) STAND, Cor. Main & Court Sts.
Remember FIRST-CLASS goods arc a
specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed in every
respect. Prompt attention given to my own
work. Repairing done neatly. Give me a
call when in need of a "Good" pair of Roots
or Shoes.
CHRIS. BRUWriER.
novSlvl
POTTOS
Those wishing to buy anything in this line
will find it to their interest to examine the full
stock, including
CIS
(IFIOliS, etc., etc..
apoyi
To be seen at the sales room of
Corner Walnut and West streets (near Factory)
$2,000,000 Invested. $100,000 Expended in Now Features. Daily Expense, $4,000.
JOHN ROBINSON'S
10 BIG SHOWS COMBINED.
MenatrcTie, Museum, Avairv, Aquarium, School of Trained Animals,
'.lc atcd Stage and 3 Circuses
Calisthenic Exhibition,
111
Kin-'.s.
HILLSBORO, THURSDAY, April 24,
r '.-it' $ ' '- -
EGYPTIAN
ELEPHANT
Only one Ever Imported,
1,000 MEN AMD HORSES EMPLOYED,
0300,000 STREET PARADE.
31 Sun Bright Chariots, 12 Different Kinds of Music, 8 Separate
Bands, 4 Musical Wagons, 15 Trumpeters,
Colored Jubilee Singers.
FIFTY CAGES OF RARE ANIMALS.
300 Horses and 100 Ponies 100 Knights in Armor Female Brass
Band 3-Horned and 3-Eyed Bovine.
PAIR OF BABY ELEPHANTS, 2 1-2 FEET HIGH.
GRACE, THE TATTOOED WOMAN.
Female Samson Outpulling Elephants ZOLA Riding a Bicycle Go
Feet in Mid-Air ZEN'OBI A Hurled from the Catapult
CLARA Rolls and Balances a Globe on a Three
Otiarter Inch Wire Elevated too Feet
The Lung-Haired Belmont Sis
ters, with I lair 7 ft. long
and 4 in. thick.
9 English Female Bicycle Riders 9
8 SIBERIAN SKATERS
M'LLi: VIOLA VENAHLK.
8
Hirudin Kiml.fi f'ln.i.i,!n..M,TTl' XJkrwtT t
W.mii.n .. Fi.rth- w,.il,. 7r.ll l,,u r . v V . , , Vw ,.."."J .... ''Hl
, .... , , ..n.-i ,..,j.A xniKin on niiUH (ill a J ire-iiiiiiitpr
mcU V,r0,.l;vt,., 101- f,, t -All.A J)iv,H fn th, A, x of the !,,v,w, 111!) fi-i-t -Zl LA
bluk-H from tl.u IM,..,. f tl,,, (:,, i,y i.r IV.-il.-ZKNA'H Slurtlim- l,ur Sli,,. ICO
f.,,- -Jroupo.. iilns, r . of Ar,l,s. 'Ir.,,,,.., of J.-.pnu, Tril.e of Iu.li.uH, 'J,il,o
of ta.iu.W-, .,IM it.tr, Ann,. .U, ti.llt 1I,, Giant Ox. Git Co (i , J
WouiliU, (Hunt .M.lll, li.lll.t ('.ill- . (i,...it I'.l,. I ll...... ..f ,r .. ... . , .. '
1'1,,,-kof (l,,r, .-I,.-, If;,,,,,,.,. ' a... ,, 1 . '.V
tM) liirilH of Canviis.
ouil WulruH, Olio,.
70 HALE AND 40 FEMALE ARTISTS '
.VXD M0UE AM) BEITKH KKATl l!KS THAN AN Y TWO SHOWS C'OMIIIVEI).
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY. Doors open 1 and 7
CHEAP EXCURSIONS 011 ALL RAILROADS
RbMEMQER THE DAY AND DATE
HILLSBOnO, TIIUI1SDAY, April 21.
HARDWARE IMPLEMENTS 6 STOVES !
j L.EB
n7
SUCC'KSSOFS TO
KIJ3LEH & EVANS,
OFFER AT LOWER PRICES THAN EVER
STOVES, RANGES AND TINWARE,
niLBURH,TIi!LlBLt SKEIH & HOLLOW IROR 7AG0ISS,
Chamber Sets, Coal Vases,
Bird Cages, Princess Plows,
Malta D. S. Plows, Buckeye Cultivators,
Farmers' Friond Corn Planters,
Weir and Disc Harrows,
Wood, Iron and Chain Pumps,
Tin Work, House Spouting,
Slate and Tin Roofing,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Hobes and Blankets,
Every Implement the Farmer Needs,
Supplies for Blacksmiths, Farmers, Housekeepers, Carpenters and
Mechanics. Builders' Hardwaro, etc., etc.
.C-AJLiHL JISTID SEE US.
KSBLER & HUCHEY.
RED ANVIL BUILDING, HIGH STREET.
jimirini;
HOLIDAY
A 1
GOODS
AT THE
ml 1
HAYNIE & GUTRIDGE, Proprietors
Of the "PALACE," are now prepared to show the Finest Line of
Confections, Fruits, etc., ever displayed in the city. We have a fine
display of Candy Toys, Fine Mixed Candies from 15 to 75 cents per
pound.
GENUINE IMPORTED FRENCH FRUITS,
ALMOND,
COCOA NUT,
CHOCOLATE,
VANILLA AND STRAWBERRY PASTE,
ALMOND AND COCOANUT NOUGATS,
FINE HAND MADE CREAMS,
ALMOND AND BRAZIL NUT CANDIES,
PURE HAND MADE CREAM CARAMELS,
And Everything to be found in First-class Confectionery.
MEALS AND LUNCH SERVED at all HOURS.
ins-nay!
HANLOIT iz, LEHON,
Dealer! in all kindi of
celietePiV uon(.
Prices as Cheap as the Cheapest.
.A-IjIj WOBIC aTJAEAlTTEED
Corner Main and "West Streets,
man6yi HILLSBORO, OHIO
5V
urug
F f 1
s, raints, Uils
Bruslies, Dyest-ufls.
STATIONERY
Window Glacs,
Toilot Articles,
Patent Medicines,
Szq9 Cz
Drup'p'ists.
North High St., HiLLSBORO.
mm for ti Fa

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