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V1 V l-;.."v.; r;.. -A" --' IIWWIWI a '-in Devoted to News, Politics, Literature, Agriculture, Manefaotures, and tho General Intorosts of Highland County. Vol,. 49-NO. 30. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 23 1885 WHOLE NO. 2574 . M . ri . . . . -x to iiete. Published Every Wednesday BY THE lllghlantl Ncnrgl'ubllsliliig Co. R.VRREKE & SON, Proprietors. lirinaK Hoggard Building, 2nd story, 3d door Wost of Kramor llonso. TERMS. Singlocopy, 0110 your tl BO " " 8 months 1 00 " " (1 months 75 ' " 4 montlm 50 " 3 months 40 INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. RATES FOR ADVERTISING Made known on Application. Business Directory. Cards inaortod nndor this head at tho follow ing rut-. For 1 inch spaeo, 10 a yoar; Z inch, fit year; inch, 3 a year. ttv.V-Tcn linos of this typo niako 1 inch. LPUONSO IIA11T, attorney" at law, Hiij.Hiioiio. Ohio. Ofllco - Corner of Main and High streets, Merchants' National Hank Building. my20y j. n. IIOYI.B. T"OYLE & KUDISILL, W. B. nUDISILL. XIEHTISTS, IIiMJtnono, Ohio. -In McKibben's block, B. High St. nov2(!yl Office- 1 EOltGE B. GAltUNEll, ATTORNEYAT LAW Hii,i.Hii(iuo, Ohio, Ollico Ovor Feibol'a Clothing Store. apr20yl J 11. CALLAHAN, D.D.S., ' "jDEIsTTIST, II11J.KUOIU), Ohio. Oflicc Over Fcibcl's Clothing Store, Blain street, first door to right, up stairs. Engage ments by Tulophouo. niarliitf il.YBMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Hilj.siiouo, Ohio. Ollico Southeast corner Main and High streets, room up stairs, anglyl A. KVANH, D.D.S. W. O. Dl'CKWAU., D.I.N. jVANB DUCKWALL, ID IE N-TISTS, Iliixsnoiio, Ohio. Ollico--Opposite Dr. lloyt's. West Main Bt. C. ltUilB, M. D., rhsyiciap, SUrgeop apd jlccolichetir. Onico No. 80 WcHt Main atroot, abovo Mc Quiro's Tobacco Factory. mylyl LIN J. BOSS, Attorney at LaVv, and notary Public. IIiLLxnor.o, Ohio. OfUoo Btore. Btrauss Building, over Foibol's doc27yl B. J. BI'EEy, Will now give bis cntiro time to the praotioo of Ins profession, lie has had extensive exiie rienco, and will give spocial attention to tho treatment or Chronic Disoasos. Onico In Blc Kibbon's New lilock. up stairs, High street. ltosidonce, No. 51 North High stroet, 2 doors north of Clifton Houho, formerly occupied by Hugh Bwoanngen, Jlulsuuro, Ohio. juilHyi w. W. BHEl'HEltD, M.D., WCIM AND $m IUi.ijjixjno, Ouio. Ollico On Hliort street, two disirs west of High stroet. Ollico hours From 8 to 9 A. M., 1 to 2 1'. M., 7 to 8 P. M., and all day on Satur day. aoc:yi O. M. Oveiiman, Jacob J Puosley, President. Vice-l'resiilent. O. B, PmoB, Cashier. Citizens' National Bank, Of HlUeboro, O. Capital, tl00,000. Surplus, t50,000. 1)1 UK( tors : O. 11. Iioecher, J. J. , Pngsloy, W. II. Gregg, Luas Overman, F. I. Itumgarner, John L. West, O. 51. Overman, D'jch a General Hanking and Exchange Jtuaineiui. Government and Vvunty Jiundx bought and sold. fobfiyl. TZ. 113 TUT. O "XZ-Xj CHARLES INGEBRAND, has removed his Daily i'Jeat r.larket TO NORTH lilrM STurrr w mm mm m A Few Duors Bouth of the Maritime Templo. FRESH BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON. PORK, 8AUSAOE-MEAT, IIAMS, Ac., Of tho very ltwt quality, and at pricos as low any other establishment. ("Stores and families supplied wit fresh Bologna. A continuance of public patronage solicited CASH paid for GOOD CATTLE AND IIOGH marlCtf 7 rameiiiouse W.Muln St., IULLSH0R0. PHILIP KRAMER, - Proprietor. Strictly First-Clas First-Class Livery, Feed and Sala Stables Attached. wplfiyl 1 as t. 8. CaiTH, Cisiler. First National Bank, HILLSBORO, OHIO. CapiUil if 100,000. Surplus $20,000. HI HECTORS : Barrett, J. II. Richards, Weaver, L. K. Smith, John A. Smith. n. 0 s. A. 17 Geniral Hanking and Exchange Jlusincxs. juls22yl MONEY TO LOAN! :)00,000. On Farms Only! In sums to Riiit borrower, 011 long time, nt 7 and 8 per pout., with privilego of paying Buy portion lit any time. No coin mission charged. Inquire of 8. n. FUCKETT, Lynchburg, Ohio. At Citizens' National Bunk, Hillsboro, overy Friday. t8tV Attachment Notice- Ilocco ,t Overman, lute) Bcforo Wm. M. Meek, a firm doing business Justico of the Peace in tho Ntsto of Ohio,) in and for Liberty 1'laintilV, I Townsliip. High- vs. V land County, W. S. Bell, Defendant.) Ohio. On tho 15th day of August, A. 1. 1885. said Justice, issued an order of attachment in the love action for J57.45. Iliixsnoiio, 0 Aug. 27th. 1HM5. w4 Partition Notice. William c Bennett tin. others John Lcnnett and Jacob Dennett, residing at Plum Creek, Dawson county, Nebraska; Francis M. Pennett, residing at Moweipia, Shelby county, Illinois; and Corbit N. Henni tt, a minor 111 years old, Clayton Uennett, a minor 15 years old, Stella lionnett, a minor 13 years old, Nellio Iiennett, a minor 11 years old, Joseph ljenuett, a minor I Years old, and Martha J. Jsennett, guardian of said minors, all residing at Superior, Dick- nson oouutv, Iowa, will take notice that on the 31st day of August, A. I). 18K5, William C. Bennett riled his petition in the Common Pleas Court of Highland county, Ohio, in case No. 4151, against tho above named parties and others, heirs nt law of Campbell Bennett, da ceased, praying that the dower of Mary C. lionnett, widow of said Campbell Bennett, may be assigned her and that subject thereto par tition may bo mado of the following real estate of which said Campbell Bennett died seized, situated in Ilaiuer township, Highland county, Ohio, being parts of lots Nob. 3, 4. and 11, of the sun-division made vy Auraham l.owman, of (!. Wallace's survey Nos. 617H, 13500, 13583, 13727, and 11353. for Foreman Evans, recorded in the deed records of said Highland county, Vol. 13, pngo 175, and bounded as follows : Beginning at a stone, corner to Jacob Weaver, thence S. 5'. degrees, E. 20.2 poleB to a stone; thenco S. 81" deg., W. 50.24 poles to a stake, S. W, corner to Fawley; thonce with Fawlev's east lino N. 7!a deg., W. 120 poles to his N. E, corner: thence with another of Fan-ley's lines S. 81 ueg., W. 17 poles to the center or Allons- burg and Danville road; thence with said road N. 7 deg., E. 41.75 poles to a stono in said road; thence N. 81 deg., E. 10 poles to an elm, gum and hickory; thence N. 2 deg., E. 45.70 poles to a stone; thence 8. 7'J deg., E. 100 poles to a stone; thence S. 2 deg., W. 12' poles; thonce 8. 0J.,' deg., E. 137! polos to a hickory in hrst above named road; thonce S. 82!, ueg., w. 51.8 poles to tho beginning; containing 124 acres more or less, being all or too lauds or which said Campbell Bennett died siezed; Or if partition can not be made without man ifest injury, that such proceedings bo had as are authorized by law Said parties are reqnired to answer by tho 24th day of October, A. D. 1885, or judgmont may bo taken against them. (lEO. B. CiAKDNKU.At tV. Wjf. C. BENTIBTT. September 1st, 1885. tO PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM the in;ml;tr favorite for dre- c It. iir, KcNionntf the color when yniy,arul preventing Dan druff, lt cleanses the scaln, stops (lie hair falling, and is I $t. sizes at Drucists. The Be3t Cough Cure you caa use and the hest known preventive of Consumption. J'akkkk's Tunic kent in a home is a sentinel to keep sickness out. Used discreetly U keeps the bluod pure and the Stomach, Liver and Kidneys in working order. Coughs and Colds vanish be fore it. It builds up the health. If you suffer from Debility, Skin Eruptions, Cough, Asthma, Dyspepsia, Kidney, Urinary or Female Complaints, or any disorder of the Lungs, Stomach, Uowcls, iilood or Nerves, don't wait till you are sick in bed, but use 1'arkkr's Tonic to-duv ; it will tve you new iilc and vior. HISCOX & CO., N. Y. Sold by Dru!?i;ists. Large saving buying $i sire. 8epllyl ALL COLORS. Ready for Immediate Use! Tho Old Heliublo House of CHAS. MOSER & CO, CINCINNATI, Hub nppoiutod tho Old Heliublo IIouso of HILLSBORO, To act us their SOLE AGENTS for High land county in the Halo of their Economy Paints THESE AI!E THE VERY 13E8T flfJDKWED PilllTS JOHN A Min, rr:!lont. U sure to iil-;isc. w lie Faiils Senbert 1 Go. In the market, unci cuu bo ajiidied by any oua big enough to swing a brush. BUY THEM ! TRY TIIEM I 1 3 Wc arc told is now engaged on the second volume of his "Twenty Years in Congress." This reminds s that the senior member of our firm, in point of Mercantile Sctvicc, completes his twentieth year in ac tive business in the town of 1 1 ills boro, during the summer. For the generous confidence of the people as attested by their liberal patronage, he desires to ncknowl dge his heartfelt obligations. The business will be continued on the amc liberal principles that have iicrctofore characterized it, as we el confident that our system of fair dealing and reasonable profits on sales will meet the approval of the public. Our stock of seasonable goods such as Lawns, Ginghams, Batistes, Satines, India Linens, French Mulls, etc., will be found very arge and complete. In this con nection wc desire to call cspecisl attention to our large assortment of Laces, Embroideries, and other trimmings. In Corsets, Gloves and Hosiery wc have all the new things from the cheapest to the best. We have reduced all our $1.25 Corsets to $i.oo. For those in quest of Ladies' and Children's Shoes we have some pccialties worthy of attention. We can save you money in these oods. Every housekeeper should lave one or more ot "JYlanahan s Tarine Moth Pads," for which wc arc local agents. Wc have Curtain Poles and Cornices, tocrether with complete line of Curtain Matcr- als. Don't fail to look over our cheap Dress Goods counter. Re member that in our Carpet Depart ment wc offer you a larger line of styles from which to make your sc- cctions than can be found else where, and owing to the large quantities wmcn we buy we are able to sell Choice Ac Styles in the best goods for less money than our small competitors arc compelled to ask for old patterns and inferior qualities. SPARGUR & QUINN, Masonic Temple, High street. HiLLHBOiio, May 9th, 1885. TIME TABLE Columbus & Cincinnati Midland Railroad. June 28th, 1885. CENTHAL TIME fi Ann EASTBOUND. " tr f lllyig'-llfllll I? :D...:co;sp::t3 . : p :::::: : : & o: : : : ; . : : o ! i : i : : P : : ? a: ::::: ! ! t- i-t . . 1 -a OS as co u ha oo- to co cbod- x 4lh9ao C6Oioo WO' 63t-- cnW' P H Wo O O m W QO CC tJl tjl & . -a OS' if okiifi a v -a - rs B B : : e : : Ib s fX -a GD CJl H- t- O O (OtOODQOQD-l Hg CO . Cr m r5 - WCO Ok.' WOWMOW 2 OOO & CO J-1 O CJl -4 Cff Q Ci CJl 4 ) Ol O Oi O B B : : '3B I T3 ft, -O B B JLU B : WE8THOUNU. irri O N J U J! tt 9 E 4 - ' E. SlUaifllE.ICe a 8 llHi- 5otrS S't-o S'E.sr R 3 ' 3 B," " S. 2. o 6 Co : Oj3 P: : : . . pW :':::( : : : o OiKi -3- Ci 01 , tn o S S p B B B I B 1 o 8 B tft . 05fcSlfcOr-UiaoC0 : I ! 1 to -! ei - V 0 tn giOiWi-biUiCii' C t a. cji cn Sa en cii c B Train run daily. except Buuday. All trains between Columbus and Cincinna run through without change of cars, count ing in the Union Depots with all diverging lines. The Fast Express leaving Cincinnati at l). m.. is a solid traiu to Pittsburgh via Wheel- lug, slueping car attached. 8. P. PtAIU,l,V, W. E. llKl'MCHT, Geii'l Hub't. Gen'l Pas. Agt. (,'opiinbus, O. t)luibus, 0. m 7:10 f vau mat J r ' 'UnViiTv V', i f v k ) rrn L A 1 1 iJ Absolutely Pure. This powder nevor varies, A marvel of nrity, strength and wholcsomeness. More economical than tho ordinary kinds, and can not ho sold in competition with tho multitude low test, short weight alum or phosphate powders. ,SWI only in can. ltoVAi. Bakino rowDKit Co., IOC Wall street, N. Y. a2'Jyl Attachment Notice. Before Wni. M. Meek. James Koeco, Plaintiff, ) Justico of tho Peace YB. r til Oil, I Itfl UllilTII'V W.H.Bell, Defendant.) Tow nidiip.Highland County, O. fin tl,n Ifith ilnir nf AllDllnt. A D IHSS. sniil Jnstioo issued an order of attachment in tho abovo action for 8.()5. Hn.Lsiiniio, O., Aug. 27th, 1SW5. w4 The Favorite IE Is Purely I'cctablc. It will riii'c nil tllnraM piiumhI by il.riiHif'm'Mt of tit it JLtver, Hiduc.it and Stuuiucli, Tlino and Doctors Bills will be Siivml v aI .v.ivc kooplntr Simnvm' Uvi-r lii'uiiliiior hi iho liiu-o ; f-r, whut i i-r the ailuK'tit nmy l', un acttrc, l.,irmUdJ unit thoroughly safe m i';itivi, ulttTiitl ve atht tonic can nwr bo oaL uf iilaco. Tf you ferl dull drowsy, tlrliilitnteil, li i v frjiHiit lumdiirhiMiKtu! Ti tiiHtkt ly piMir nppntil' nud tonu'iin (Mint iil, Ton uru Miilt'TintC ( i fin tii'li(l Hvor or hllioiiMiicrtM. liotlilnir will rvira ymi un ii'dily fiml pi'i nruitMit ly ud.Siiinauii.s' LtvT lb."4Ulllti)l'. If youloncl a aiMlmtary life nr art; wi'aki'in-il by tin? strnin f vniir limits, avoid stiniuliuiu and litUo tlio lluKiiIiitor. If you linvoonton nny thins: till I'll of ctijfl'Ht loll, nr ferl lifnvy jilltT uu'iilri, ir h!t:opU1N!4 at tiittlit, lake n dn-o of KriMilalnr and yuii will fiM'l relieved and Nlccp ptetuitutly. If you am travnllnqrTnrfnfKl or wuttir iUn" nut aurci' iiii yuu, a d'' i( Itt'uiil.ittr will ix'iiiov..' all IUl- ill ill.ct.s. At nny tlio Von fool Yonr N.vl oin ni'iUoleMiiitiiifr.t on line. lU'iriiliiMiiH witliotil vioift iiii-irlni;. ot Mtiniii liitliitr -lllioul liilolcat Inyr, takf iiiiiiiiiii-.' I.ivcr Ki-juIu tir it will Mivi'vun stif ft.'i'in i; it m:iy s:ivt vniir lift---' lU.WAKK OF ni.ll'DM. A'-.v.tv; V"ur ririivist fur Simmons' Livhi HHt.ui.Ainii PR. " ,iint I nr -.ur; .t m-i- ih ibi- I . I r u 1 1 l . 1 1 vv.inl (untied on ll.c l.tliel. T.iko no utlir. j. ii.zniLix & co., Solo I'ropri 'turs, I'hiUideiphia, Ft. Fear of discovery, when she resorts to hair and dyes, is a Bourco of con Unt anxloty to her. Tho very persona from whom nhe most desires to hide tho waning of her churms are tho ones most likely to imiko thu discovery. Hut there U no reason why uho should not regain and retain all thu beauty of hair thut was her pride in youth. Let her line Ayku's Haiu Vuutu, and, not only will her hair eeaso to full out, but a new growth will appear where the scalp has been denuded ; and loekn that are turning gray, or havo actually grown white, will return to their pristine freHhness und brilliance of colon AYKit'ti Haiu Viuou curea Herodltary Baldness. OKOitfiK Maykr. Flatonia, Texas,nn bald at yearn of ae, as his anecbtors )mtl been for several generations. Ono bottie of Hair Vicoh started a growth of soft, downy hair irll over bis aeulp, which soon become thick, long, and vigorous. Ayer's Hair Vigor Is nnt a ily, but. by healthful stimulation of the roots and color glands, speedily restores to its original color hair thut Is Turning Cray. Mits. Catiiewne Pkamer, roint of llocka. Mil., hud her lniir suddenly blanched by fright, during tho lato civil war. Ayku's Haiu Viuoh restored It to its nut in id color, and mado it softer, glossier, and tnoio abundant thau lt had bceu before. Scalp Diseases WTik-h emiKC dryness, brlttleness, and fall ing of the hair, dandrutl', itching, and annoying sons, aro ull quickly cured by Ayku's Haiu Viikiii. It cured llminiiiir ItiiYI", Mill nea ixU La, Minn., of Intoler able Itching of the Sculp; J. N. Cak 1KK, Jk., Occoguun, I'll., of Be ii hi lleuil; Sins. 1). V. S. IyiVKI.ACE, Love Inceville, K'l., of Tetter hores; Miss Kkmsik II. Ijkdlok, lhirlinijton, Vt.. of Hcalp Diseuae and Ilundrull'. Torpidity of the roots of the hair, which. If neglected, may result in inciiruhlo bald ness, is readily cured by Ayku's Haiu Viuoit. As A Toilet Luxury Ayku's Hair Vicoh 1ms no rnuuS. U Is colorless, eleiinly, dclielilfullv per fumed, iml has the c licet of making tho huh' soft, pliant, and glny. Ayer's Hair Vigor, l'itt:r.uti-:i dy Dr. J. C. Ayer &, Co., Ixiwvll, Muas. hold by ull Ili uggl.ts. CHOOL Reports 25 cents pr 100 at the MLWH urtiuii, B LANK lteceipts bound lu neat books 100 to book, at 'ib cents per book, at NKWrl OFFICE, ( III! i Special Correspondence NEWS. Special Correspondence NEWS. TRAMP PRINTER. On the Shore of Lake Michigan, igan, And Through Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, and Kansas. RACINE, BELOIT, BURLINGTON, KEOKUK, QUINSEY. HANNIBAL, SEDALIA, FT, SCOTT, AND ELSE SCOTT, AND ELSE WHERE. More China-A Chinese Theatre— Appendix. Ft. Scott, KANSAS, Sept. 11, 1885. Editou Nkws : Siuee leaving Hillsboro I have mado quite a littlo circle nround the couutry. I started from Cincinnati about dunk on August 20th, via the Kunkakeo line, and arrived in Chicago shortly nfter daylight the following morning. CHICAGO Is uice around its edges, but its busiueas portions are rather too dirty to bo oompli uioutod. Iho Chicago river which ilows throujih the heart of tho city, is little botter than a big opon newer, aud during tho hot Boasous tho nppenraneo of that portion of tho city is far from inviting. Its jriuciiml business thoroughfares viz : Stato, Clark, Madison, and Uandolph streets and Wabash aveuiio aro, howevor, kept fairly clean. Her public buildings aud theatres aro ele gant, nud the latter nro quite numerous. Of courso the city is full of strange sights, but nothing that would bo particularly now to write about. From Chicago I went to EVANSTON. A beautiful suburb sixteou miles from the heart of tho city. It is on tho shore of Lako Michigan, and is principally composed of palatial homos of we ilthy Chicago busi ness men. Its avenues aro broad aud well shaded, aud its beach is piuturosipio and afforded us sploudod bathing. Four days were spent quito pleasantly horn, and then wo boarded tho C, M. & St. 1'. lt. It. for Waukegan, about thirty miles further up tho lako shoro. It is also a pretty town. ut is of no special importance RACINE Is still further up tho lako shore, in tho Stato of Wiscousiu, and is a thriving city of about 18,000 population. Her harbor is always full of lumber vessels which ply betwoon that place and the pine rogious of Michigan. There are also extonsivo wagon works and machine shops at Haciue, and she numbers among her population a large contingent uochauics aud artisaua; aud laboring men make cities. Speaking of Kaciuo reminds mo that I am tolerably lucky. When there two years ago ! stopped at tho elegant Bluke Hotel, which was also connected with tho opera house, and although finely fur nishod and kept, the hotel was without fire escapes. I remarked to my room mate (we wore quito up iu the world, occupying room ou the fifth floor) that should there be ft fire, somebody might got hurt. Last winter it burned and three lives were lost, aud It is to be wondered at that thore were uo more. Another instance of good luck occtirod last wiuter whou running into Moberly, this State. It was during heavy snow storms, ami our train was ft "double header." Just us we slowed up at a little station a drive wheel broku on the first engine Had we been going rapidly result might have boon terrible. As were just past the ond of a switch, wo wore enabled to cut loose from tho disabled engino and pass her ou tho switch, even thou barely arriviug iu Moborly iu time fill our engagement. I was reminded this by a very similar accident at Schell City while eurouto here to-day. Just our traiu slowed up the front truck of tender broke down. Had it occurred minutes earlier eight passenger coaches could hardly have failed to bo badly wrecked. Iu this case also boing just tho switch oud, wo wero able to coutinuo our journey as soou as another engine (which was tulograpod for,) arrived upon the scone. BELOIT Is another nice live place. It has a hotel, aud some rapid river (forget name) furnishes water aud water power. Mr. Ayrcs, of tho Free l'reat, troated nicely, aud I am pleased to note that city has greatly improved since I was iu the summer of '83. ROCKFORD AND FREEPORT at Are thriving Illinois cities. They watches at the first ploeo, aud it is situated ou both sides of tho Hock river, (I it is the same river that lieloit is on both sides of, but I'm too lazy cousult a map.) The latter place is an usually nice place iu every respect, and Donaboo, of the Journal, who used to type along side of Bill ltoordman iu Chicago away back, made ma feel perfootly at homo. Then we board the O. A N. and ruu over to Chiutou, Iowa, aud then back again to Fulton, Illinois, which is seat of the Northwestern Illinois College. Hore we boarded tho steamer Cfuirles iUxk, and glided down the bosom of Mississippi to tho famous littlo city plows, and various other kinds of plows until you can't rest. Tho people of Moliue Molino, where they make w agons and sulky have a busy and prosperous place, which is so close to Hock Island that It will rood be hard to tell where to draw tho lino, aud just across tho Mississippi from Hock Island is tho thriving Iowa city of Daven port. From Molino wo skipped down to BURLINGTON. I am happy to nay that Ilurlingtou looks much better now thau last winter. I pre sume tho weather had something to do with it. Tho enterprising Hmrkeyt still prospers, and I am indebted to Messrs. Barnes and Calkins, who do tho scribbling upon that sheet, for uumerous favors. A brother of ltob liurdette' is still connected with tho paper. Tho Kerning Gotttte is also quito good (for a Democratic paper.) liurliugton has about :10,0(IO population, and boasts of ouo of the finest opera houses iu tho Stato. A long railroad bridgo spans tho rivor here aud new buildings aro going up in all parts of tho city. At Keokuk, THE GATE CITY OF IOWA. of I ouco again find myself amid familiar scenes. Kookuk is situated ten miles from Mon trose, where I ouco sported a euro-f roo kid, and for that reusoa Kookuk is quito cele brated. Aside from this favorable fact it cau also boast of being a beautiful little city of 15,000 inhabitants, oud she sits iu regal sploudor npon ft bluff overlooking tho great Father of Waters. Hor streets are wide and well kept, and her buildings as a rule are elegant, and look largo and comnio dius. Hor stores havo ft metropolitan ap pearance aud hor saloons (iu Prohibition Iowa) are not even closed ou Sunday. Inasmuch as my early history is socurely linkod with that of Keokuk, I havo learned to lovo her, aud I look forward to visitB here with pleasure It brings to mind re mombranceB of tho days when I bought stick candy aud tin whistles hero, and I cau notice that both I aud Kookuk have changed. Time briugB niauy changes. Time is alBO money. It is about the ouly kind of money I was familiar with in Hills boro, oud since I havo got out hore where busiuoss is brisk and greenbacks plouty, I have hardly known how to disport myself, and it is all I cau do to keep from going iu and enjoying myself, and spendiug uiy substanco iu riotous living. I wouldn't hurt Hillsboro's feelings not for the orld but I must say that if, during my wanderings (which this season will aggre gate Bovoral thousand miles) I find another place with such a noticeable lack of onergy I will lot you know about it, and sketch tho place for the I'ulict Uiuttte. (Dear old Hillsboro, do not weep. I am giving you the dickens bocauso I love you, and I would like to see some of your old mouiod fossils wako up aud do something for you. Of oourso my lovo is heartily ipprociatod oud porchanoo roeiprocated, aber ea mncht nix ause ) QUINCY AND HANNIBAL a the we to of as the ton past fine its rue the are good places. The first pluco is a name sako of JosiaU Quiucy, a celebrated colo nial statesman during tho period of the American Kovolutiou. Thirty thousand poople call Quiucy their homo, aud thrift and prosperity ore written ou her couute nance. Hauuibal is the uauiosake of Roman who became celebrated aud died tho old couutry somo years ogo. He would now rank as about Captaiu iu tho U. army, or as orderly sergeant iu tho Melish. Peace to his ushes. His name sake is doing well, and will be an evorlast iug monument to bis memory. From Haunibal we jump 70 miles west word to Moberly. Hor fair was in progress during our visit, and tho place was chuck full of folks. Groou and yellow ribbons fluttered everywhere, oud everyoue Boomed to be enjoying thouisolvos elegantly, barriu' tho mud. Next we made onothor long run ovor Sedalio. I like Sodalio. It is pretty thrifty. Hor buildings are exceptionally liuo, und she is just finishing a court so fine that it would be nauseating to com pare it with ours. Sedalia was also indulg ing iu a fair and it was evidently o great success. From Sedalia wo cauio ovor here to Scott, which I have a faint idea is cele brated for something or other, though tho life of mo I can't remomber what it and the rain is falling just a trifle too for me to bother about investigating matter. It is ou the K. C. Ft. S. it G. It., aud is an unusually thriving and pros perous place. From here wo go through tho Iudiau Territory via the M. K. & T. H. It,, aud will talk of that oouutry aud poople in noxt paper, as well as to give a teuderfoot's idea of the American aborigines Iudiuus as now seeu iu the West. MORE CHINA. make be lieve situ ated to un Mr set the W go the Iieb- the of Iu my paper on the Chinese I forgot give ft description of a Chineso theatre. friend oud I visited one iu Fortlaud. and we cau assure you that tho was uot wasted. The stage was without soeuery of any description, aud the orches tra, couststing of seven or eight muBiciaus, sat iu the center to the rear of tho actors. Ou either side of the orchestra doors into the dressing rooms. A Chinaman dressed iu loug spangled robes with elaborately painted white and red, wearing a fahe beard that reached to waiat, would rush out of one door, another similarly habited tragedian front of the orchoatru, aud tbe two indulgo iu ft thrilling diulogue or sicu splitting falsetto duetts, whilo the orchestra never thought of letting up ou their racket. Then tragedian No. 1 would draw a sword aud make a ' divvy" at tragodian No. 2, who would fall to tho floor, supposed to bo dead, whilo a murmur of applause would run through tho audience. After lying still for a moment the dead man would arise and niako an exit into tho dressing room, while another counterpart got killod. Occasional laughter throughout tho oudienoo marked the comedy parts, which of courso, wo highly appreciated. Their staging is of a ding-dong, see-saw kiud, without mel ody, harmony or anything elso but pretty marked rythiu and lots of noise. The orchestra consisted of reed (lutes, flageolets, boujos, fiddles and drums, gongs, tambo rines, clappers and triangles, all of very primitive make, ond to bo duly appreciated a Chineso orchestra should be heard. I remember once reading a description of their mnsio like this: "Imagino ono huudred men ri vetting boilers, a foundery aud plauiug mill next door, ten men boot ing bass drums, oud ouo huudred boys with whistles." When I read it I supposed the writur was attempting to bo funny, but you havo only to drop into a Chineso theatre two minutes to realize how awfully disappointed the writer must have boon when he read tho description oud realized how sadly inadequate it was. I do not waut to pose as a prophet, but whou I wrote my letter about tho Chinese I certainly didu't know that tho citizens of Wyoming wore so soon to take the law into their owu hands, but I believo I intimated that it would ono day happen not iu that territory alouo, but in all parts of tho Wost cursed with tho Chinos-. Neither do I want to be understood as favoring mob law. I merely say it is iuevitablo unless tho Chineso iu tho West become less numerous, aud tho terrible hcoucs in fair Wyoming havo made my words seem like a proplteey. This is no credit to me. It indicates uo unusual foresight iu me, but iB only whot ouy observing man, who goes ovor tho Rocky MouutmuB aud coast country with open eyes can Beo. 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