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THE HEWS DUilING THE CAMPAIGN, fivo months for 50 cents, from Juno lOtli, to November 18 tli, IBOd.l
LOCAL NOTICCS. A. yi. Stevens, rintnliiT nncl (ins-Fitter. Simp over Sujlnr'H Kturo. 1'iirtii-s wish i nr work ilotio will plnmp lcovo onlem on Oil' HlllU'. julw7 For Sale. A houso and lot on Eit Walnut Kttvpt, HillHlioro, O. Good liriik linuso. l'rice reaonalilt', ftntl tonus efiny. febdlf Apply to Cybijs Newiit. She highland gjav UlLLSnOIVh OHIO: Wednesday, July 9, '84. For President, Hon. James G. Blaine, OF JUIXE. For Vice-President, Hon. John A. Logan, OF ILLINOIS. Republican State Ticket. Election, Tms.luy, October 11. For Stvrrturv of Stut", .I.VME i S. liOBINSON. of Hiinliu. Juilgt' of Supremo Court, WILLIAM W. JOHNSON, of Lawrence. Mmulirr Hoard of Public Work. C. A. FLICKINGLK, of Di tiauco. Electori-at-Lnre, JOHN HKATTY, of f'rnuklin. JAMKS M. COMLY, of Lucas. Judfjes Fourth Judicial Circuit. MILTON L. CLAHK, of Ross, H. F. HUADIH'HY, of Meigs, T. CHKUINOTON, of Lawrence. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. A Card. Centkiuiki.i), O., July 8th, 1884. F.hitohk Nkws-Iu the Leesbuig letter of Juno 7t!i, iu yonr paper, was an article con cerning myself which wan entirely false, and I n Hi id means of rectifying said mistake, and I alno call on Haiti correspondent to correct it. l'ETKK MlI.NEIl. Some Special Orders. llEAixj'BS 13th Regiment Infantry, O. N. G., CoLUMiirs, O., July 1, J8l. Special Orders No. '.). I. The Cuiuiunuilins Ollidr of ''A" Company will report with his coinnmnd to Major Chas. F. Thompson, on P., 0. .V St. L. Railway train, leaving Lovelaud depot at 8.35 a. in. (central time). Monday, July 14, ls.Kl. it. The Commanding Officer of "A" Company will make, tho necessary arrange ments for the transportation of liiB com mand, (includiug the Adjutant and Sergeant-Major) over the C, W. &. B. K. 11., from Hillsboro to Loveland and return, not execediug the amouut fixed by law, 1J cents per mile each way. m. Capt. E. E. Mullenix, commanding "A" Company, is hereby charged with the execution of these orders. Hv order . f FKED J. PlCABD, Colonel Commanding. John It. Callahan, 1st Lieut, and Adjt. Tiidor-llean. Mr. J. Hamlin Tndor, of the clothing house of T. A. Walker & Co., was married Rt 9 o'clock last Thursday night to Miss Jlollio Bean, at the residence of the bride's parents on East Southern avenue.Iiev. Dr. McSurely officiating. The w edding was at tended by uumerous friends in the city, and by the following friends and relatives from other parts : Dr. and Mrs. LaForce, of Il linois ; Mrs. Bean, of East Monroe ; and Mrs. Wm, E. Walker, Mrs. Sallie Tudor, and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tudor, of Green field. Tho bride was the recipient of a number of beautiful and costly presents. Mr. and Mrs Tudor will spend a few weeks visiting among relatives in this State, after which they will go to Kansas (probably Wichita), where the groom will locate and go into business. The News joins their host of friends iu wishing the newly mar ried couple a long and prosperous future. Probate Court. Itutb A. Morris, adm'rx of the estate of W. A. Morris, tiled tirst account. J. M. Hiestaml appointed adm'r of the es tate of James S. Trimble, Bond 10,000. It. K. Watts appointed adm'r of the estate of John Connelly, bond 1,000. Daniel Williams, guardian of the estate of John Connelly, liled tinal account. In rf the estate of Cecelia Carr. Letters is sued to L. It. lmckwall, ei r. Bond, t 1,000. Will of John Morrow, late of Fauiield lp., admitted to Probate. Sarah A. Fields appointed guardian of Clara Fields. C. E. Bell appointed guardian of the estate of Mary I). Bell, insane. Bichard Barrett, ex'r of the estato of Joseph 1. I'&tton, rendered tinal account. 11. L. Bii kt y and E. H. Miller appointed adm'rs of W. W. Bell, deceased. It. W, Mi Farlaud, adm r of the estate of Hugh 8uiart, tiled third account. HAU11IAOE LICENSES. Adney Ladd and Blanche Wright. William 'laliuehlU and Sarah J. KubtrU. Frank I. vie and Nettie Kennedy. Ceorge Beward and Maggie Turner. Wilhain Snli'ebarger ana Jenni.' Ely. Joseph H. 1 udor and .Mary J. Beau, bam li. Frank and Isabel Foley. Ileal Estato Transfers. Alfred ('adwalUdi r to W. N. liankiu, Union tp., It) poles, 5. vV. N. Bankin to Alfred Cadwallader, Union tp., 14 40-100 poles, i?Cp. I.eri A. Bonohoo to Charles Tener, Hauian tba. lot, iK) Joseph Wright to Jacob Holmes, I'eun tp., IM acres, Jy.l,tiO(. Isaac fit. Adams to Joseph Wright, Puun tp., IB! acres, :l,0oo. John Brown to Mary Brown. Belfast, lot, 1. Lewis Wikle to Oscar A. Miller. Concord tp., 70 acres, !.). 1'. N. Wlckerham to Mary Zimmerman, Brnshereek tp., 3 acres, 50 Joseph K. Black to Charles F. Hite, Kinking springs, lot ?zu. Harvey Alien and wife to Bebecca BhatTer, Halein tji., 41.; acres, frloo. J. M. llibl,. n and Henrietta M. HibUuto Mrs. Amelia Bavless, Hillsboro, lot, irlOO. John W. Armstrong and wife to James W. 'i hoinpsnn, Berryvillb, lot, t-'Nl. John 1'. Cornetet and wife toBiogune Carou, W hitcoak tp., If) acres, if loO. husana Barrett to Abraham Kuupp, Hamer tp., B acres, ir;Vwi. Jutin Oihler and wife toll, N. Ileliass,i YShllooak tp., C seres, HH poles, 11 links, less near one aere, flTfi. Franklin hay and wife to JauicS Key, White Ouk tp., U acu-s, 21 poles, tii. Murphy Meetings Changed. At the Temperance meeting lat Sunday afternoon, resolutions were adopted chang ing the time of meeting to the first Sunday in every mouth, until further notice. Messrs. L. Leib, Josiah Stevenson and Van Thoruhnrg wero rippointed a committee with power to call special m itings when ever they deem it expedient. At the Caves the Fourth. A large number of Hillsboro people spent Independence Day at the caves, the beauti ful scenery and fresh air being preferable to dust and llre-erackors. Among others we may mention llic fol lowing : Mr. and Mrs,. William Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Evnns, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Haruian, and Capt. J. Mattliows, Messrs. Will and George Morrow, John Glascock, Posey Zink, Henry Wiggins, Walter Smith, Chas Bell, John Quiun Flint Eockliold and .Miss Lizzie Richards. Misses Corn Coll, and Cora Fatterson, aud Misses Mollitt aud Lizzie Renuick, aud Miss Jones, of Circleville, Messrs. Spenco Jones, Carl I'tiuan, Charlie Gamble, Arch Har- wood, IHirch Amen, Misses Mollie Leib, Lizzie Morrow, Tillie Harwood, Cora Head, and Mr. Thos. McGuire, and Misses Catherine Rodgers and Julia Mclneruy. Earl Thoniburg aud Miss Alice Campbell Charlie Soott and Miss Goorgina Richards and Miss Lillie Simpson, and a News rep reseutative. Among the Greenbeldeis at the caves were Messrs. Evnrt Long, Elmer Holmes and Lee Cope, and Misses Villa and Laura Holmes, Jeunie aud Lillie Long, Nell Rob. bins aud Blanche Button. A pleasant time seemed to be enjoyed by all. The fact that young ladies require a great deal of assistance m getting over the rugged and difficult passages makes the caves quite popular with the young folks as a place of resort. "They Saved Cincinnati," Said the Commercial Oaittu just after the riot,' "and the parents of the young men composing the Ohio National Guard, should receive them with the honors due those who have ably performed a difficult aud danger. ous duty." It may not be out of place here to state that cf the uumerous compauies which were highly complimented for bravery and meritous service at Cincinuati. none better deserved it than the boys of Co. A. Scott Dragoons, who did their duty well and reflected credit npou the city that sent them. Next week they goto camp at Springfield, aud as the exchequer of the company is not iu the best of conditions, we would suggest that some of our able and public-spirited citizens offer them some to kens of gratitude in the way of snbscrip. tions to honorary memberships, or by per sonal contriuutions. it is intended to pur chase new white regulation helmets for the company, and there are numerous other ways in which a little extra change could be speut that would better the condition of the company as to efficiency and comfort, and donors may know that their contributions will be thankfully received and judiciously expended. An honorary membership costs but a tritle, aud it confers many advant ages. For instance, members of the Ka. tional Guard, either active or honorary, are excusable from jury duty, and from labor on the public streets or roads. Those do siring to become honorary members, or to make any contributions mav speak to Adju tant J. R. Callahau. or dipt. E. E. Mul lenix, aud the business will be attended to. Bear iu mind that the boys have never be fore solicited anything from the citizens, aud now let tho citizens come to the front. CORRESPONDENCE PRICETOWN. July 7th, 1884. j I Horse nhue pitching i tho order of the day Dr. Gray wan at the Queen City two daya of iaai wee k. Elder Jameu Uarker occupied the pulpit at ilie Christian (Jhurch btmuay. Flora Beam, of the Hill City, waa here lant week, tryiug to aecure a class iu instrumental muMic. The New LiL'hi hrethren of Harwood con template organizing a church of that persua- Hion at mat point. Mr. Plin Holden, who has been engaged iu a carriage factory at Cincinnati, hau returned home for a short season. Posters are up here announcing that there will be a gratm lair at HiUsboro ou the 5th, Oth, 7th, and Hth, of July. Inaac Aher has been slightly ill for a couple or wecKs. jriaac is one oi our expert carpen ters. V, B. Custer is the other. There are Pulliam's great and Tulliam's small, but INathan has the younqet son of all. We congratulate JNate on his success. It was announced at MoWIy'B Grove last Friday that there would be a celebration at Isew Market on the idth of the month. Johnny Duueanson, our boss blacksmith, is doing a land othce buHiness. He is jtiHt as young as ne usea to ue, nguratively speaking. Itobert King is waiting on his customers. weekly, with gtxxl fresh beef, which is cjuite refreshing after having been eating pork all spring. Old Mother Hopkins, living a short distance went or town, (ilea hunday evening at six o'clock, aged 74 years. Hhe will be buried at HopkmH cemetery ou Monday. The twin pike, to connect Harwood with Buford, was sold June ttutb; the Harwood end to Mubeiiy A Co., the Buford end to Gibler 4 Co., to be completed by November. In our town we have doctors four Lach of whom will wait ou the rich and the poor. And since we have our number due, If you will but wait, you can have our other two, That is, who we xueau, Tommy It u vail and Jimmy Gray. Who but one more term have to stay, And then at the end of that time you will see If good and true M. L. 8 they have deter mined to be. And if they have, as we hop they will, The old sheopHkin will show their skill. We almost winh we nad due tors uixteed, As the time is coming for cucumbers green. For many a wretch lias been laid in the grans, Beeaiirte he no doctor could get after eating such SHHS, After having caunuallv interviewed a few in terested, we Hugtft'Bt that it would be a planni ble and at the same time a very commendable and appreciative enterprise, fur some of High land'u leading ediu-aturH, who have some go-aheaIri-tive-neHS aLHJtit them, to inaugurate and piirih forward some educational periodical, for the general editieatiou of thono intercHted in educational pursuits. enpeciaily in Highland and adjoining counties. VY i think it would be a legitimate adventure, though the beginning might be comparatively dirieouraging, the emoluments of the seed thus sown, might be many and Unting. We have men in our county, such as l'rof. li. H. Iognutt, Lewis Mi:Kihben. Kdward G. huiith.-and others, am ply skilled and equipped, to pilot safely aud HUiu'esfifully, any educational bark that may he entrusted to their guidance, into the port of success. Last Friday, the 4th of July, was a beautiful day. The i hi n that seemed threatening in the f'trenooii paused away, while the great lumi nary of day shone forth iu all his brilliancy, timing among the bra.iches and now am) then stealing his way through the leafy bowers of Muberlv's gn.ve, to give cheer to thosi aHem-hlt-d at that place to commemorate with mimic and speech, the lnth anniversary of American iudepcm't ice. Notwithstanding the fact that the golden grain was ready for the reaper as we panned along the road we saw many of thein standing idle, their owners having been moved by the inspiration of patriotism to leave their work and help to celebrate the anniversary of LOW PRICES. Now is the tunc to buy Dry Goods, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, etc. Prices are remarkably low. We have a full stock of all kinds of poods. Tin hoct i-nliVri ic rmlir C rrntQ nnrl Carpets arc Very Cheap. Call and look at them. We sell everything cheap. It will be to your interest to come and see us. j RICHARDS & DRO. i -vprvt li in t in nrnnorlion The Staff of Life Is ,'ood bread. Poor bread is both unhealthy and unpalatable If you buy J. II. Boyd & Co.'s SUPERIOR ROLLER FLOUR ou will always have delicious Ih cad Rolls and Cake. TRY If AND YOU WILL Utf fiOJlE OTHER OUR NKW BOYD'S MILL, just completed, has the capacity of over 50,000 barrels ot Hour per year, consuming over a quarter of a million bushels of wheat annu ally. It is supplied with the best machinery known to the milling Trade. No expense has been spared to insure perfection in all details, and it has the most perfect and elaborate system known. Mr. V. B. Adams, from New- York, has been engaged as Head Miller, and is thoroughly familiar FOR S11M11P. Aultman-Taylor Engine and Separator. We havo on bunds nn Aullnmn Tiiylor Engino and Separator which we will sell tfrf cheap and on easy terms. TheSepu-' rntor haa been uned part of one season. Cull on or address Qttinn, GnFOOit Co., juupl8w4 Hillshoro, (). Free Turnpike Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that a petition will be presented to the Commissioners of Highland county, Ohio, at a meeting to be held by them on Monday, AnguBt 6th, 1884, by a majority of the freehold tax-payers residing within said county and owning lands within the hounds thereof, to appoint Commissioners to lay out and establish a free turnpike on the following route, to-wit : Beginning at the county road at it intersection with the Brush creek Free Turnpiko road at Sinking Springe, Ohio, and thence extending eastwardly along snid county remd to the line of Highland and Pike counties to a junction with tlioWaverly undSunhsh Freo Turnpike road. The length of said road being about one-third of a mile: and to levy a tax all the lands and taxable Watches, Clocks, Chains, Charms, Lockets, Necklaces, Lace Pins, ri ia Draceieis, Gold Thimbles, Sliver Thimbles, Rings, ar3om3 fUi'i -rr- 5 ...... I ) SOLID SILVER Tea Spoons, Table Spoons, Berry Spoons, Silverware, Butter Dishes, Cake Baskets, Casters, Spectacles, Gold, Silver & Steel Frames. All kin (Is cpalrlRff Done. Will. MATTHEWS, Jeweler, No. 3 E. Main Street. , with the Roller System, and we guarantee our . Brands cf Flour To Xi-irr be Excelled, and Seldom Equaled. We are now ready to exchange flour for wheat, and will pay the high est Mrket Price cash for good mill ing wheat. It will pay farmers to get our prices before selling. J. M. BOYD &. CO., Roller 3VE111, Near C. W., & B. Depot. jugw4 REPORT OF' THE CONDITION OF THE Hillsborough National Bank, At Hillaboro, in the State of Ohio, at the clone of huHiuesa, June 2Ut 1884. IIKKOCIIOEH. Loans and discountu ..173, .. 2, ,3f,5 74 2.il 47 lto() (to 873 72 ,48 lfJ .11 50 700 00 3 59 900 00 000 00 Overdrafts L. S. Liondu to Hccnre circulation.. Jhie from approved rcwrve ai;entn.. Keal estate, furniture, and lixtures. Current expends aud taxes paid. . . liillH of other liankH l-'rao tional paper currency, nickela, and pcnmeii 100, HpecH 22, Leiral tender notea 8. Kedemption fund with U. H Treas urer (.5 per cent, of circulation). . 4,500 00 Total 319,094 18 LIAIUMTIE8. Capital stock paid io 100,000 00 Surplus fund 20,000 00 Undivided protitB 1,023 21 National Bank notea outstanding. . . 90,000 00 Individual depoBitH sub ject to chwk $52,054 31 Demand certiheates of deposit 6,827 00 Time ccrtitieateH of de posit 44,000 00 102,881 31 Due to other National Banks 4.289 66 Total $319,094 18 State of Ohio, Conntv of Highland, es : I, LvneS. Smith, Canhier of the above-named hank, do aolt innlv Hwear that the above atate ment in true to the lent of my knowledge and belief. LYNE H. SMITH, Cashier. SubncriW-d and nworn to before nie this 2d day of July, 1884. A. I). WIGGINS, Notary Tublic. Correct Attest : VM. SCOTT, ) R. C. BAIIKETT, i-Dlrectora JOHN A. SMITH. ) An Ordinance Fixing the rate of taxation for the year, 1884. Section 1. Be it ordained by the Council of the Incorporated Village of HilUboro, Ohio, That there be levied on the real and pergonal property in Baid corporation returned on the grand levy a percentage of nine and three- tenth (9.3i mala on the dollar 01 aaiu taxable property, for the year A. D. 1884, for the uaee and expemtea of Baid incorporated village, and the Clerk of aaid villago in hereby directed and required to certify the same to the Auditor of Highland county, Ohio. Section 2. That the tax provided for in the first section of this ordinance be distributed among the several funds as follows : For the General Corporation Fund, 0.1 Street Fund 2.3 14 Fire 41 1.2 " Light " 2.0 Bohceand Othcer Fund... 1.0 ' Sanitary Fund 0.6 library ruud 0.4 " Town Hall Bond and Int. Fuud 1.3 " lUilroad Fund 0.6 9.3 Hkction 3. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication according to law. Tanned July 7th, 1884. A. IUkhan, N. H. Ay it, Clerk. Mayor, that day which brought them the liberties and security which they now enjoy. U be foreniKn addresn was delivered by LlderJ. B. Fans, followed with vocal music by the Buford Sab bath school choir, winch was rendered very creditably. Then a bountiful r.'pat-t was spread which made the 01a woods smile. Alter par taking of the repast, and 8endlng sometime in social conversation, all gathered around tiie flower sanctum to listen to addresses from Hev. Hollingsworth, from New Market, and hidi-r J. W. huble, after having bten treated to some bouI stirring music both instrumental and vocal. The Buford Band lias a member who is somewhat of a prodigy. He is quite a Binnll boy, having charge of the tenor drum and reminded us of the little drummer boy of history. Hb is indeed, but he will get there, in fact we believe they all will, for they are a jovial, good meaning, and business-all-the time baud of fellows But as we are intruding somewhat on the territory of our Buford pen cil pusher, we will close our recital by flaying that thoHe who inaugurated the art air and car ried it forward to its successful consummation, deserve all praise. CAKttKL. July 5th, 184. Mr. John Wriuht U the gueat of Mr. John HcCoppin thin week. Mihh Belle Milhurn U now able to teach her achool at Uncle Joe Hpargur'a, after more than a week of iilneati. Mr. T. M. WatU purchased Mr. T. E. MoCop- piii ri more lant Tutmlay. There will bo but one atoru here now. There waa a lui'Ke crowd at the debate lat Saturday niht. tm-ation for debate next Sat urday niKht, "JU'ktoived that nature and rLattoii, independent of tint IsiIjIw, teacheu the exist ence of a good O'od." Mr. Jamea Mclinde ia the untnt of Mr. John Iliatt. lie did not forget to bring hi violin, ud a laru'e crowd aKjeunljled at the residence of .Mr. Iliutt thia inoruiiiK to hear the famonu viohmtit. and bee him execute hm beautiful iK' roll work. property within the bounds of Raid proposed free turnpike, not to' exceed eight mills 011 the dollar, valuation each year for the term of three years, in pursuance of Title 7, Chapter 7, of the Bevised Statutes of Ohio, and the acts amendatory of or miiiolemcntarr thereto. june25w5 Many Petitionees. SCHOOL Reports 2.1 ccntB prr 100 t the NEWS OFFICE. JOH WOItK of all kinds neatly, promptly and cheaply eiflmitpd at N1CWH OFFICE. i GMD CLEARANCE SALE! For the next SIXTY days the Grandest and Cheapest Display of Mil linery and Fancy Goods ever exhibited in this city. In order to close ont our immense Summer Stock, I will sell as follows : TRIMMED HATS for 50 cents, worth $1.50. TRIMMED HATS for 75 cents, worth $2.00. TRIMMED HATS for $1.00, worth $2.50. TRIMMED HATS for $1.50, worth $3.00. Untrimmed Hats from 25 cents to $2.00. NOTIONS of all Kinds These goods are to be sold strictly for cash. Come early to avoid the rush. Tliis is no humbug. I mean what I say. ASOWDG IIILLGBOtlO, OHIO. july2m2 A GOOD For 100.00 OF OUR Oilil Ml, Vehicles of Every Description at Greatly Reduced Rates Repairing and Painting at Lowest and Workmanship, then BR PllCBS i E 0" CELL Factory and Salesroom, Cor. Court CARROLL & aprlOinl AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. OVERMAN SUCCKSSOKS TO REECE & OVERMAN. Dealers in The Osborne Self-Diiulin Harvester, Reaper and Mowers, 1- and 2-horse Grain Drills, Champion Scrapers and Hamilton Cultivator. Also the Celebrated J. I. Case and Gaar, Scott & Co.'s Threshing Machines and Engines. The Columbus, Day ton, Aughe and South JJend Chilled Plows and Points. We call the special attention of Township Trustees, Su pervisors and Road Contractors to to the Champion Scraper. (50 sold last year. We also call attention of Farmers to in Use. SALESROOM North High Street, in the apriuif at LESS than HALF value. TEMPLE, BUGGY and upwards. USD FULLY HUFFD. Figures. Call and Examine Material PAY YOU and Short Streets, Hillsboro, O. DOWNHAM. & FORAKER, the Hamilton Cahivator, the Lest now old Miller Block, opp. Clifton House. SfiWE. ORAWFOBD HOUSE, Cor. Sixth and Walnut Streets. Entrance on Sixth Street Cincinnati, Ohio. Lewis Vaniikn, Proprietor. junnm4 Rates $2.00 per day. A STRANGE One bright nuil beautiful morning, near the begin ning ot Bjiring, an ncd man, with enliii nul determined demcnuor, his bluek lmir, now tinged with grey, in keep ing with iron grey beard, while his jet black eye wag rolling first to the right, then to the left, as if determined to see everything that could be seen, while his noble horse, aluo jet black, was prancing along ihe highway as if eager to annihilate Knace and reach his destination. A man of such commanding appearance, mounted ou such a noble charger, would soon attract attention. In fact men would speak to him, women would look through thoir half open doors after him, while the boys were sim ply excited. The stranger would notice none of these thiugs, would answer no questions, but kept up his pa" The men held consultation aud determined to foil . mysterious person. Keeping hiin at a distance, L. iu sight, while their number was constantly iucreanlu, at last a city was reaohed, when the stranger tied his horse to a convenient rack, while the crowd of men were doing the same. lie made his way into a store, and for tho first time he spoke to the boys as follows, to wit : "Young nii'D, I knew you wore following me, and having hud mauy years experience more than any of yon, I wanted to lead you into this Palace Hardware, Imple ment and Stove store of Kibler fc Hughey, where the best line of goods at lower prices can always be had than at any other store iu Southern Ohio. jiiiilCuifi BRUNNER'S Cash Boot and Shoe Store, m Cur. High CASH BUYERS WILL DO WELL TO CALL AND LEARN PRICES. CHRIS. BRUNIIER. nov21yl ZLnTZEW G. B. IIAYNIE, No. Q7 West Main Street, Hillsboro, Ohio, Proprietor of tlio PalocG Restaurant and Confcciienm THE MOST FLF.GANT CAFE IN TIIE CITY. MEALS AND' LUNCH SERVED at all HOURS. HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Ice Creans and Water Ices, Lemonade, Ma water, -A-ZLnTID G-IISrGKIIIIR, ALE. Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Canned Goods, Fine Cigars and Tobacco. Special Attention Given to Catering for Weddlutrs, llulln, Receptions, ete. Those wishing to buy anything in this lino will find it to their interest to examine tho full stock, including PICTURE FRAI.ES, To be seen at tho sales room of u apjyi Corner Walnut and West HORSHMAN! & Court St. -:o: firm. L'IRRORS, cic, cle. streets (near Factory).