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Site "Tiijhlantl Ucirs. IIILL8DQR0. OHIO: Wednesday, February 10, '88 'J'h circulation of a newiixpr deter mines th value of Its columns an fln ad ti lining inmllum. The NKWS lis lr far the lrer(tt olrrulntlon of nny pnper in Highland county, which ffnet ndverttsers would do well tm bfr in mind. Our lists tire open to their Inspection. A Story in Three Chapters. CHAt'TF.R I. Mil Id one, CHAPTER H Maid won. I'll APTF.R III. Made one. Next Sunday Ih St. Valentine's tiny. Mr. C.8. Bell Is reported Improving. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Pnvey nre in Cincin nati. John T. Hire spent Tuesday In Lynchburg on business, Richards A Bro.,are soiling goods cheaper than ever knwn. Two children of Mr. John M. Parker nre 111 with malarial fever. Mr. John Brooksbank, of Cincinnati, Ik spending a short vacation At home. Miss Knto HupitiK .8 a visitor t the resi dence of her brother, Judue Muggins. The H, H.T. Is eimaged In removing M stock to the Klhler fc Hughcy building. Miss Masgle Hlestand gave a dinner to her olassmates of the H . K. C. last Saturday. The C. L.H. C. meels at the residence of Captain G B. Gardner to-morrow evening. Mr. James Kpooe, or Hillsboro, was in Springfield Monday on business. Sunday Art 'a . Mr. JeHHe Orr, of Heading, Fa., a count n of M.R. Orr, of this place, was in town last week. Mr. Ira Keys, of Vllllscn, Iowa, Ik vlsltina relatives and friends In the county of bin nativt ty. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Evans and daughter. Mini Clara, of Greenfield, were iu this city last Friday. Seventy -four applicant for certificates wi before the County Hoard of Examiner laMt Saturday. Mr. Uob McClure, of Columbus, returned home yesterday, after spend Inga few days with bin parents. Mr. Samuel Taylor, of the hardware firm of Taylor A CrlKsmati, of North Liberty, was in Hillsboro yesterday. A number of our young folks enjoyed themselves hugely last night at a taffy -pull Ing given by Miss Hndie Burnett. A small taffy -pulling was pulled by a merry party of youn.' folks at the residence of Miss Rachel Walker Mouday evening. The News Is indebted to Mrs. Albert Mc Adams for copies of the Florida Times t'f if ot, Tampa Tribune, Bartow Democrat. Try a pair of our Four Button Dollar Kid Gloves. Now lot In assorted tan colon just received. S. E. Hun; en A Son. Mr. George Nevln left for Springfield )a-f Wednesday to take a position In the Rhine hart A Ballard Threshing Machine Works. A fine crayon portrait of Mr. John Nelson 1 on exhibition In Captain H lesttind's show window. It is the worlc of Mrs. George II. Gardner. The County Commission' rs were in session on Monday to approve the bonds of road comraia-loners In this nub-ell vision of the com m'-ti wealth . Thursday, February Joth, Mr. II. K. Roads will sell at public sale, IJ.j miles northeast of Rnlnsboro, all bis personul property, imple ments and stock. Mr. John Ballentlne and Mis Mary Spar gur were married at the home of the groom, In Berry vllle, last We nesdey evening, Dr. McSurely officiating. Richards & Bro.,sre making low prices on $0,000 worth of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Carpets, Cloaks and Shawls, that will pay very one to see before they buy. Mr. Will Shude oar Gath Is at home for a short stay, after having made quite a "tramp" since last August. One of his In teresting letters muy be found on the first Pge- Mr. Owen Burns Is in New York this week prospecting for a position as a traveling salesman. Ills clerkship In the clothing house of I. A. Feibel Is but conditionally re signed . Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elllfrltz. entertained about thirty of their friends Inst Thursday evening who called rather unexpectedly. The occasion was their wedding anniversary and Mrs. Klllfrltz's birthday. Messrs. Drydeu Fc Hpeuccr have opened a silver-plating establishment In the Whttte more property Just opposite the News office. They repair silver-plated ware from which the silver 1ms been worn by relating it. The temperance prayer meeting will be held at Mrs. E.J. Thompson's next Monday at S o'clock. The meeting last week was well atteuded and all received good by being there. Come ell. Skct. The lecture of Rev. W. J. McSuiely, of Hillsboro, at the City Hall, last Thursday night, for the benefit of the Presbyterian Church, was very well attended, nlthough the excellence of the lecture demanded a larger audience. Those who were present eujov ed the evening very much. Wilininff Ion Journal. "At what time can a person be born no that hla birthday won't come auain before 12 yearsT" The above question was sent u. by one 01 our correspondents wltii the request that we answer it In our local column. We ponfesa our ignorance on the subject and will give our readers a chance to try their bands (or minds). The remain, of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Iiunn arrived here from Washington C. H. last Saturday. Mrs. Dunn died at two o'clock Friday afternoon and her husband at .1 a m. on Haturday. The latter was well known liere a. an Industrious aud genial young mau, and the former was ttie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John llirn. Hutu were In terred lu the Catholic cemetery f otn the Cathalle Church on Monday morning at 10 o'clock. The spectacle of the same proces aiou following botli husband and wife to their final resting place was one of the.ad de.t we have ever witnessed. Two children aurvlv. them. The bereaved families iiave the sympathy of their many friends. The obsequies a ere in charge of Holmes X Tito., and this is sumcibtit guarantee that they were conducted In a skilled and orderly man ner. The body of the husband was tiikun from the residence of ThomuM McCoy, just b.low the city building, and that of the wife from the home of h.r pureuts. Two hearses ware u.e'l aud the inausgement was necet aarlly diillcull but everything was conducted amoolhly aud nothing marred the Impress Irenes, of th. eeromonies 13ST3XJIB I INT The PHOIX, of Hartford, Conn. CAPITA! 2.non,000 00. 1 si urn s, . . . !i'ii,Hi4 us ; Fire, Tornado and Farm Insurance HUSK S l;l,E'N, Ajfcnt. i Mr. Ida Iloilmn, of Ntw I..lne1nn. .pint MnnrtRy with her flslr, MrH. V . H. ItHn nells, In this plnop. Our flrHt Invnlco of embroiilerteH have Ju.t nrrlvoil. NewaprliiR style., t ome mill e them. H. K. Himtp.N & Hon. ChnileH A. (joswetl will Hell hUfnrm Htook nml pet-Ronm property At public .ale on FrI Uny, Februnry luth, at liis residence ne.r Itiirrett'a M i I Ih. Last Saturday Rtoek sile was Attended by a Jarne crowd of people and a goodly number of buyers. 1'rlec ranged from t"'0 to $l.r0. Smith bought. 17, Carney, U; Ini;aii,7; Riii. sell, in ; ouKide. prtrtie. t; or 7. John 11. Keei'h entered upon hi. dut.le.a. t'lerk of lb. Court yesterday. Mr. L. It. IHickwall is his deputy and all who know the gentlemen need no assurance that the linslnem will boefTU'lentiy performed. liolh have proved Uioms.lvcs obllKlnic guardians of public trust and they return to duty pre pared to sustain tllat rcpulatlon. The firm of Hloanc t Morrow, dissolved I'Vbrunry 1st, by mutual eonsent. Mr. lonne will ko to Columbus in a few days to tnkohls partnership witn Judge Ollmore, and Judge Ganlner will continue tho busi ness here under the firm numo of Hloane 4 Oardnor. We are not Informed as to Mr. Morrow's Intentions for the future. Ielrab!e Property for Hale. I will sell my properly on Mouth 11Ik St., Just outside the corporation line, on easy terms. A lare two-story framedwellitiK, all necessarj out buildings, spring and ol.lern. Apply to MlIM M.VKTHA MOItHOW. G. A. R. There will be a speeial meeting of J. M. Harrero Post on Thursday evening, February 11th, lG. All member, are requested to be present. V. T. Ohf.itiiek, Al j 't Post. Dissolution of Co-PArtnersblp. The partnership of Illinndr A Pence hav ing been dissolved by mutual consent, all persons knowing themselves Indebted to the firm will please call and settle. 10-:! Kiioadks A Pence. Farms for Sal. Two tracts or land situate 1 miles north--ast of llillsboio, on the Hillsboro and Enst Monroe pike. One tract containing lKF acres. The other tract containing 20!f acres. With Rood houses, barns and outbuildings, and two excellent apple orchard, with abundance of small fruit trees. Roth tracts well watered and timbered. Terms mad. known on application. Look 11 a kt Nelson, Adm'r Of (lie estate of Wm. A. Nelson, dee'd, jauU-tf Hillsboro, Ohio. An Answer. Tt whom it may conrern, or to tin: colored voters of Wlhboro Corporation : I have been asked the question who will the colored voters of Hillsboro Corporation support for Mnrshal. I have taken this means of answering : My advice to the col ored voters is and always has bcon to nomi nate a man who Is sure to be elected ; a Re publican of true blue, and one who will dis charge his duty as a sworn officer, Imparti ally and honorably in every Instance and under all circumstances. JAMES A KILGOUR, Pies. Colored Hliilnei Logan Club. A Sade Case. Mention was made in last week', paper of the destruction by fire, near Tavlorsvllle, ef a house belonging to Mr. Lance, stating that Che occupants of the building were deaf and dumb. Additional particulars have been re ceived at this office, and it Is learned that William Shoemaker son of Mrs. Azel Hhoe inaker, who lives a few miles south of this place was, with his wife and baby, in the house at the time, and in addition to a nar row escape from the Are, suffered severely from exposure aud cold. For three hourson that extremely cold nlht they were In the wind and storm, with only their nlghtcloth nig to protect them . Their hands and feet are frozen aud It Is feared they will be per manently crippled . Their infant was rescued from th. dwelling by Its grandmother, Mrs. Lunce, who carried It out on a bed which was Itself in flames. The baby's burn, are but slight. These people, unfortunato from birth, are at Mr. Shoemaker's mother's, In a suffering condition. They deserve the sympathy and assistance of the people of this community, and It is hoped steps will soon b. taken for their reilef. Xen Vienna Uerurtt. G. A. R. meeting appointed for the ladles at 'ho City Hulldingto arrange for holding a O. A It. Fall during February, was rather slim y atteuded, but notwithstanding the small number present it was thought advis able to form committees aud get ever thing in working order. The following ladles have been appointed on the different com mittees to serve during the Fair, February 2jth,;ih, and 27th, aud it Is urged that all of theso committees meet at the City Hall on Saturday afternoon, February luth, at 2:30 o'elock to arrango about the tables, booth., ete : Committee on Supplying Tables Mo. dames Cooper, M. It. Wlllett, I). K. Fenner, Dryden.J. W. Arthur, J. Patterson, W.Hal lr, J. Lawrence, F. Elilfrlti, B. Consul, J, It. Koggett, John Hean.K, M. Dellrulu, J . M. Hlestand. Isaao Larkln, N. Holmes, J. W. Chan y, J. W. Brldwell, William Woodrow, Joshuu Woodrow, C. II. Miller, W. J. Mc Surely, C. W. Ketchnm, and Miss Fannie Lllley. Cofl'ee Table Mesdames K. H. Cummlngs, Oeorge Fuller, Joseph Woodrow, Missis Maria Smart aud Llzzlo Klrby. Candy llooth Mesdames O H. Price, J. J. Pugsley, S. F. Steel, H . H. Doggett, L. 11. Boyd, F. W. Armstrong, H. VT . Hpargur, A. L. llowuuaru, Mlsoes Cora Bell, Lizzie Rich ards, Flla Dill. Fruit Booth Misses Mautle Hlestand, Theta Walker, Lena Walker, . Mattle Htriblln, Maggie Chauey, Fannie Mclveehan, Jennie Bowie., Maggie Glenn, I Utile Chaney, Be lie 11 inley, Sarah Seult, Mary Scott, Llda Shep herd, Marie Amen. Committees ou Tables, Thursday, Feb. iljth Mesdauie. K. Carson, J. Couard, II. Roads, Charlu. Utman, Joseph Cooper. Jacob Groves, Jonathan Ueed, Joseph Lucas, Mary Welmer. J. W. Harwood.J. Langley, Austin Hockhold, Joseph Kllifrltz, Jacob Shack, John U'Couuell.E. L. Ferris, W llilam Morruw, G. K. Richards, K. Zaue, E. L. War sou, James Barrere, It. It. Shufslall, William Burley, H. C. Dawson, M Isscs M. Wootlrow, Sarah Murphy, M. Barrere. Friday, Feb. -titli Mesdaiuea W. A. Fan ner, Judge lluggln., 8. F. Lowmau, H.C Ulaiicock, Frank Miller, D. Day.C. B. Mulle nlx, G. W. Barrere, J. C Gregg, W. 11. Ur.gg, W. 11. Gl.nn, Bnrch Forak.r, Dr. I Callahan, Lou Holmes, Samuel Amen. 1). C. Fenii.r, H. rt. lulnu, C. S. Brown, Kzra Slev--iihun, l.svtiiit Dill. Dr. llo I, Dr. Pear sou. Dr. ( '. .Matthew.. .Misses Lizzie Fen Her, Itachel Walker, Kiiima Shlpp, J. Hoberis, Mury l.sne. S.ilurilny, Kehruai y '.'' -M esdam.h Fielding Shepherd, I.uiv, W. W. Sn.herd, 1'. H. Work.llr Smith, N. Chaney, A. W. Thorn, bum, H. II. Maddox, J. M. liugh.y, Fileu Steel, A. D. W logins. H H. Kvans, M . Mi Kee- liao , J . 11 . tucliai ils, w. T. Bowers, r . K. 1 . lenu, John siiuln, Al. Strain, G. W. Le Kevre. 11 I lianey. F. 1-. K mler. G. W. Hoi.s, .1. II . lev, A III ed JiiUiisim, I ' F. Scott, J D. W . .parjtir, 1'. S b.ll, Wilson, R T. lioiuh, ii. li. lleeeher, Mlsse. L.a Ku-tiards, Sarali I.aiuberL, Josle Collins, (telle Itard inan , A lice Board man SICILY. February 6th, 1886. Our school t Hearing Its close. Only three- nnd one-half wecKt. 1 Wo would like to see a solution of the follow ing problem : What is the rea of an equilat eral triangle whose altitude is six feet. Mr. David Kililer and family think of goin; to Kansas in the course of three or four weeks, in view of making that Ht.te their future home. While we are the loser of an industriou. man and loyal citizen, Kansas mil be the gainer. SUGARTREE RIDGE. February 5th, 1886. Thermometer 5 degrees belowzero this morn ing. Farmers are complaining of feed getting scarce. John Armstrong and Joiepli Thompson arc still on the sick lint. II II. lUclkey lost a valuable horse a few days ago, caused ny getting kicked by another horse. Ilev. Pearson preached an interesting sermon at the M. K. Church thia morning and held Quarterly Conference in the afternoon. There is quite an interesting meeting in progress here now. There havo been six accessions and as many conversions, and the work is .till go ing on. Tho paHtor, Uev. C. W. liriggs, waa presented with a handsome watch !v his con gregation at Wesley Chapel last Sud'dny morn ing. It was qnito a aurprise to him, but a compliment well deserved. Our genisl friend, Mr. John .Sanders, al though a very good-natured man, will some time, let hi. angry passions rise, as waa the cas. a few mornings ago when he attempted tochantise his horse with a board, but missed tho horso and struck the stall, breaking Ilia arm. Undo Abe Nace also had his arm broken a few days ago. Ho waa diawing water with a windless when it slipped out of his hand, and in att niptiug to catch it was hit below the el bow, breaking his arm. He says the thing may whirl to eternity next time before lie will SAMANTHA. February 8th, 1886. Mr. Elmer Tracy, of Sardinia, is the gnest of hia brother Ira this week. It. IS. Fairlcy attended the Teaclief. Associ ation at Blanchester January 31st. Miss Ella Kinzer, of I.eesburg, was the giUBt of Dr. D. M. Fulton and wife Sunday. Mr. Wright and Mr. John Hanlon were in our cunimunity last week buying horses. Misa Belle Cox returned home last week nfter a two weeks' visit with her biHter near Fair view. Mr. David Cowgill, of tho firm of Barrett 4 Cowgill, was the guest of F.lwood Wright Wednesday night. W. P. Donohoo gavo a spalling-bee at hi. school Wednesday night. The Samautha band furnished tho music. Richardson A Son havo again advertised their sale It will go off without fail thia time. They will go into business elsewhere. Messrs. Erven Carer and Everett Johnson and Missea Maggie McLaren and Kate lioelz Ner, of this place, wtre before the board Sat urday. Messrs. J. H. Hilling, Sponcer Jones, Elgar ISarrere, Phil. Plant and Harry Richards, ac companied by Misso Eakina, Cope., Chapman, Ganihlo and Campbell, of the Hill City, while enjoying the sleighing Tuesday evening, stop ped at tho residence of II. H. Sanders, where they were entertained very highly. FAIRFAX. February 5th, 1886. G. W. Stultz has Bold his oxen to Charley Roife. A little boy of Nolson Walker is seriously ill with lung fever. Lewis Eyre, jr., has returned from up north, where he waa working. Mr. Henry J. Webster and spouse are visiting at hiB father's this week. Milt Easter has beeu ou tho aick lint this week, but is slightly better. John W. Ford broke his wagon down last Tuesday night returning from Hillsboro. No 1 body hurt except Milt Eaater, who skinned his leg on a coal oil barrel. Our school-honae caught fire on Thursday, but by a generous application of watei the tire was extinguished before much damaiia waa done. Our stove-flue is a nuisance. A dance at Jo. Walker's the other night came 1 very 'near ending iu a serious racket. Too much whiskey was the principal canse. If men can not go to such places and keep Bober and behave themselves they ought to have a taste of rock-breaking in our county ba.tile. Some person unknown attempted to get into the stable of Mr. John Troute for the purpose, it is Bnpposed, of stealing one of Mr. Troute' a horses, but were frustrated in their design bv being frightoned away by the son (Mr. T. be ing sick at tho time). A liberal doso of buck shot delivered about the puBterior of such ras cals would servo them right. It waa somo per son who knew of Mr. J'route's aicknesa and thought they could sneak in after night, taking advantage of aicknesa, but Toin wa. wide awake. HARWOOD. February 5th, 1886. Mr. Franklin Foust will teach the school in district No. 2 the coming winter. Mrs. Lizzie II. Brown, of Dodsonville, visited her sister, Mrs. M. A. Duvall, a part of last week. Mr. Tohn G. Chaney, of Clermont county, paid a flyiog visit to his friends and old neigh bors last week. Since the death of Mrs. John Puckett the family have broken up housekeeping and moved to Mr. M. Ituush,., Mr. Puckett's son-in-law. It seems o nie-that the people of this neigh borhood are not paving euough respect to the dead. Harwood Chapel is dead, and nobody has ever buried it or erected a monument to its memory. We were very sorry to learu that Mrs. Mary Rhoads, wife of Mr. John Rhoads, aud daugh ter of Mr. John Barker, has entirely lost her mind and had to be taken to the asylum this week. Mrs. Rhoads has beeu iu very poor health for some time. Iteya. Hill anil Lawwill closed their pro tracted meeting last Thursday evening, with twenty-four accessions to the church, aud the little band of members greatly revived. Rev. Lawwill conducted a Bible reading last Mon day, subject ''The Resurrection, " also one on last Thursday, subject ''The Judgment." Both aubjects were well handled and very in teresting. I think the two brethren deserve great praise for the way they conducted the ineotmgs. The thanks of the church are ten dered to tue young folks of Pricetown for their aid in singing aud good behavior during the meeting. STRAUSBERG. February 6th, 1886. At this writing news is scarce in our com-. lummy. Most everybody in our community com plains or has compiatued of a bad cold lately. Tho Maple Grove Sunday School is progress ing tluelr under the superinteiulaucy of Fetor EdgiugtoD. Tho weather has been so extremely cold here lately that there is scarcely any traveling done ou this road. John Burns entortainod tho poople of Mapla drove and vicinity with a "spelling bee'' sev eral nights ago. It haa been so long sinco we have sent any items from Straub irg that we are afraid we have lost our accustomed place iu tho Ni:ws columns. Ed Cornetta, of Tayloraville, was iu our midst a short tirno since, lie is attending j High School in Hillsboro at present. Ed is a nice young man aud wo wish lain success ! w hile at school. j Rev. Cumuiings, of tho U. 11. Church, held I a protracted meeting at Maple Grove nut long 1 since and received sixteen accessions to the . church. It takes a hard shaking to rouse j some of t le Maple Cirovo people, aud Brother i Cuuuniiiga did shake some of them haul, but a few of them are yt-t asleep. ' The young men of Straualmrg aud vicinity are determined to keep thir debates going on, no matter if every thing else falls. They have purchased six new lamps to illuminate the schooilinuhe. They tnink there is uothing like having plenty of good light while address ing a large audience. We are glad our com munity has audi a iocioty, for it kees our boy. out of mischief. BALLFSTINE-SPAUGFlt-Ou February 4lh, li-'Mi, at Berryville, by Kev. W. J. Wo Purely, Mr. Johu W. liullwiitiue and Misa Mary M. Spargur, daughter of Jol W, Spaigur, formerly of thin plae. RAINSBORO. February 6th, 1886. Aln-nbsm Smith lifts been on the sick for 1 Sf veral days. i The mercury sunk to 10 degrees below zeto Friday morning in this locality. O. M Garrett, of tho Citizens National Hunk, of Ilillsbnro, sprnt IsHt Sabbath with his parents. ! Mrs. Thomas Barrett, Jr.. is seriously ill at her home one and and a half mihs north enat i of town. The proppectivo meat shop of which wo spoke some time since, has materialized and it is to be hoped has come to stay. Three of C. M. Epperson's children are just recovct ing from scarlet fever and ono is suf fering from an attack of lung fever. C. A. Gossett has posters up announcing a sale of stock consisting of horse., cattle and lmgs. at hia residence near Barrett s Mill. Fri day, February ltith. l'ersona wanting Jersey cowa or heifers would do well to attend tho sale of H. K Roads on Thursday, the z7th inst, as he pro poses to sell about a score ot them on that day. Snake ( orner is having a regular pic-nic William Manon was uiariti d on Thursday of last wei-u and Johnnie McMullen on Wednes day of this week and to-day the fox drive centcVa within its bounds. James II. Knisely, another of our Uainsboro veterans haB been remembered by t'nole Sam in a pension amounting to something over fcO.MI. Let the good work proceed until every deserving soldier is pensiontd. J. 11. W. Spargur. of Bainbriilge, visited his parents here the forepart of nt wor k. He and his wifostarted on the 5th for Los Angelos, Cal., for the benefit of their health and will probably be gone live or six months. Rev. Merrick Head, of Peoria. Illinois, and his brother J. II. Head, of Cjuthiann, were in town Monday and made your reporter a pleas ant call. They report their f:ither, Rev, I'hoa. Head, of Bainbriilge, as convalescent. We hear cnnniderablo complaint among tho teachers in this township in regard to the sick ness among their pupils. H. L. Garrett says nearly one third of his is kept at home with sickness. Our village school has been very much thinned out from tho same cause. Quite a number of tho young friends of Mins Minnie Gossett, met at hor home on West street Tuesday evening aud spent the time in candy pulling and other pleasurable amusements. That was her birthday anniversary and the coining of her friends wsb a gonuine surprise. We were shown a clock a few days since that is now an heirloom in the family of William Lucus, of Now Boston, whoso history goeB back to the days of the fathers, It is of the pattern known as the "wall sweeper" and was purchased by John Hiestand about 110 years ago of Jacob lOaater, of Rocky Fork. Some years subsequently Washington Doggett, of Hillsboro, made a case for it and on the inside of the case door mar sill be seen the following inscription doubltess written at the time by Mr. Doggett's own hand, "Made by Washington Doggett Nov, 10th, 1831." Since thi death of Mr. Hiestand, the clock came into the hands of MrB. Lucus, who, I believe, was tho only daughter and although it has been measuring the hours for three scoro years, it looks as youthful as though of recent origin and con tinues its faithful work as in the days of yore. i ! I NEW PETERSBURG. February 6th, 1886. ThiH portion of tho line of the fox drive was rather thinly represented, owin to tho cold weather. The weather just now is making havoc amoiii; the wood piles in town If it don't let up ere lonn, some of ns will be bankrupt. A. Huff, who we mentioned an going to Chillieothe, changed hia notion and purchaned an intyrent in a nuloon in liaiubridge, where he removed to laflt Thursday. Mr. John McMullen and Mhh Jennie Fearee were united in marriage laat Wednenday even ing at the home of the bride's father, J. W. Pearce, of this place, Iter. G. Ii. lleecher ofli ciatiug. Somo of the persons who attended the Aeso- i ciation would like to appear as if they were1 badly Bcand&lized by a part of the proceedings, 1 but it ia too thin. We kno them too well tor anything they can eay to go down. Ban. Little Hose, daughter of Mr. Frank Fearee, hat been having quite a iierious time for Home time past, being afllicted with spaHma caused by cold and teething, and so bad at times as to cause her friends to disnair of her life. Sho is some better at this writing. The P. T. T. A. met here last Tuesday night at call of executive committee, and Bpent the evening very protitably in reading esHayR, ie lectiona, and recitations, after which a buei nens meeting was held for the election of new ollicers, which reunited as follows : A. L. Sni der, Pres.; Anna Worley, V. Pres.; Alice Tag gart, Sec'y; Amanda Puntuin, AsH t Sec'y; F. M. Kninley, Treas : Anna Worley, T. L. Head, and W. L. Wain, Ex. Com, A. L. Snider narrowly eacaped being burned out at school last Thursday evening while en gaged in his dutieH. About three o'clock he was surprised by two or tliree joints of terra cotta pip falling from above on the stove. Ou looking up he discovered the upper part of the house in ilames, which he quickly subdued by a generous application of water, Had the tire occurred an hour later thf house would in all probability have been conmmed. The following program l as been prepared for the Association, which will meet at lUin" boro February 12th, at 7 o'clock p. m.: Music. Inaugural AddresB President A. L. Snider. tAY Alma Fulton. Select Heading Manda L. Jiuntain. Music. Select Heading G. L. Garrett. Ilecess. Muwic Eriay F. K. Knioley. Select Keadinp Lulu Maekerly. MtiBic Miscellaneous Pusines. All the teachers of this and other townships are invited to come aud have a good time. DODSONVILLE. February 6th, 1886. A new dish-washer at John Pulse's. Miss Lida Hasting, of Cincinnati, is visiting friends near here. Urban Orebaugh lias laid his crutches anide and Truman Baker his sling. Harry and Miss Amanda Courard of this place, visited friends in Madison county last Sunday. Fires, at the residences of Frank Shatter, Isaac Shau'er and Thomas Keelur. All easily extinguished. Our combined shoe and harness shop is in full blast, under the management ot Messrs, Tednck and Baker. Ed. F. Ellis met the Executive Committee at the Highland County Teachers' Institute in Hillsboro last Saturday. Tho Dodsonville Library Association met at Beechwood last Monday eveniug and elected their oiticera for the coming year. Miss Belle Trout, who has been visiting friends here for some tune past, has returned to her home at Bay wood, Clermont county. Wm. Tedrick attended divine services at Pricetown last Tuesday eveniug. Us also visited friends at Gum Corner last week. Several of our young foHa attended the ball given by the oung Men's Social Club of Fay eltevills, at that place last Tuesday evening. The man whose name may be Talmer aud of whom we spoke some time ago, is aaiu in our midst. We know just as much of him as we did before. B. Stanley Marsh and C. E. Stroup att tub d the Teacher's Association at Bluuchestur lust Saturday. They werp tho only representatives from this place. The joint session or the IT. T. I. and the D. T. T. I , has been indefinitely postponed. We understand that the committee of our Institute exteuded the "Hollowtowners'' a formal invi tation which they did not formally accept. Try it again boys. Some one was billed for a lecture at Bobb's school houso on Wednesday evening. The man was on hand. Total receipts 0. He was billed for Stroup's school house on Thurs day evening. The man was agaiu ou the ground aud the result was the same. The "Groundhog" court was in eesaion oil last Monday evening, with Judge Joe McCarthy on the bnch. The case, biiultcr vs Tebuo, was a very interesting one. Judgment was rendered for the plaintiff. The com t adjourn ed to meet on Saturday evening, February (ith, when Clement Stroup will be arraigned for un law t oily performing common labor ou Sunday. Miks Amanda Com aid is veiling friend iu Fayeitevitie. Pure Mills. Buckwheat Flour at tbe Buckeye M iNMKne Co., lU!1boro,o Lynchburg. Monday, February 8, 1886. John Kcnno'ly toa II. of Hill-linn), linn niovrd to Mrw. Sanuiol Atfnew h cnntintM. to lirr room I'. I. lfollftilay. nf Ilrunl.i i.l-. in viitin;; relRtivf n lime. J. V. O'Hrien niovefl to hi jrnp(-py on Main utrcet, on Monday. .Tkr. Torrio, brakeman ou tho L. M. IE. H , is vinit.nK hi parentis. Ztv. LowpII will preach in tho M. V., rimrch next Wednesday niht. Jamr H ron nn ami wife, of Hillsboro, wr n viriirom here tho pant week. Men-irn. linrns and CnrnottcM. of Iluford, wpio RuentM of Willie McAdinv on Sunday. S. H. Lay mo n has traded hi town proprrtv to t'hriB. Weber, for lund near Weberlowii. ' MiHH r.lla lirown, of Iiufonl. the Kiiest of Minn Mury McAdow Saturday and Sunday. The Young Men'a Debatinc? Club nmt on Fri- day niht and hm:iiHed Capital ruuinhiuent. Wm. Diltz and wife, of Washington C. H.. are vi uting Mr.-. parents, Mr. and Mih. .Jell i rcnarv, Tho MifseH Alien and Louie Uailev, of Clinton Valley, wore the kiu'hIb ff Mrs. Moiliu Chanev this werk. .Mrs. M. C. Hathaway and daughter, left thin moruiiiR for Lebanou wlxre thev will make thfir future home. Frank Michal, Fp-j., of Cnnm town-hip, hat bouuht LewinKllifT property and will hf-omu a citizeu of our town about the first of March. Jnapph A. Van pelt will pooh be rradv to sup ply the farmers with all kinda of farm imple ment!, at the Ifarvey Corner, near tho railroad. He will Hell the -standard Watson and buir-H, the Huber engine and Heparator, the Iaring binder, the Reeves patent nt raw Mucker, breuk ing plows, ciiltivatois, with or without t"tiKr,e ami every thiug neudtd on a l'uni. MILLER'S CUAPEL. February 8th, 1886. .Mrs. John Hetheringtnri and Mih. Miller, jr.. aro on the sick lit. Mr. J. H. Nace and wife, moved ftnt day to the Corben farm, near Fairfax. Tfenrv ThniH Mr. A. J. I hng has pirn-han d a threl,ing machine and will join O. A. Miller A Co. this coming season. The cold weather u beginning to make feed scarce in this vicinity. Several persons are looking around for fodder ami hay. On account of protracted meeting at an-ifher point Kev. Hill will not fultill hi aopointment at this place on the weeond SubhKth in thitt month. RUSSELL'S. February 8th, 1886. Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Kouh are vim tint; rela tives near Pleasant Plain. Mrs. F. S. Pipkin and babv, of Hillsboro, visited her parents here Jant week. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Burton spent Hundav in Hillsboro, the gueMg l(f Mr.O.car Hodson and wife. Miss Marie Granger, of New Ant inch school, and Wilber Koush, of Lebanon school, visited their parents here recently. Mrs. Emma Meek and babv. of Wilmington, returned to their home last Fridav, alter sev eral weeks viait to relatives here. The protracted meeting. nnd"r the control anil direction of Kev. L. M. Pavig, i still in progress with increasing interest. There has been seven added to the church and several conversions. BELFAST. February 8th, 1886. A bell was plaefdun the Frtsbvterian Church last I riday. Mrs. George Haigh and Lvdia Butler aie on the sick list. J. B. Kolly, of Sinking Spring, was visiting his parents last week. Mr. James Siders' smokehouse and contents were burned to ashes last Fright night. Two windows of Fairview school-house were broken last Friday evening by drunken man. A protracted eOort is in progress at the Pres byterian Church here conducted bv Pev. Gal breatU. MrH. Anna Anderson and little daughter. Ocie L., wore visiting relatives and friends iu this neighborhood last week. Little Ocio has living a father and mother, two grandmothers, one grandfather, two great-grandfathers and two great-grandmothers. A raro occurrence. SINKING SPRING. February 8th, 1886. Ladies Aid Society meets on Thursday even ing next at Mrs. A. Xook's at seven o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. B. Pureed made a hurried visit to the Springs on Friday last with a view to purchasing property for a permanent location here. Mrs. Mary Ann Johnson, wife of Louis Johnson, living in Pike county, a few mih s from this place, died on Sabbath morning of inllammation of tho stomach. Bev. Bethel came home from Carmel Satur day evening to rest. Ho reports the good work still going on, and that eight have been con verted. Mrs. Bethel is holding the tort in his absence. Sinking Spring is preparing for a grand re vival. The prayer aud clans meetings are well attended, and an unusual degree of interest seems to prevail. A revival meeting will com mence on next Wednesday night. MARSHALL. February 8th, 1886. John Brouse, of Hillsboro. visited friends j here last week. Ira and Frank Keyj, of Yillisea, Iowa, are j visiting their parents at this place. Mr. Joel W. Hpargur and family will leave here soon for Kansas City, Missouri. Rev. C. J. Wells commenced a. series of meet ings at the M. E. Church Subuath eve. Tho protracted n eeting at tho C. U. Church closed on Friday night with fifteen sessions. Johnny Ballentine and Mis Marv Spargur were married last Thursday bv Uev. W. J. Mc Surely, Andrew Holt, id lierryville. will soon take charge of Newell's null. He has purchased an intemst. Thomas Dick has been appointed treasurer of this township to till the unexpired term of Dr. Blair. Dr. Blair has gone to Limvood instead of Gleudale, as we said in our last. His family expect to follow soon. Mrs. Annie Marks will teach tho spring term of school in Marshall, Miss Ida Cadwallarler the Burnett school and Mis loa Milburn Dis trict No. 4. WILLETTSVILLE. February 8th, 1886. Health generally good. Look out for St. Valentine Day, February 14. A protracted effort is being conducted at Sharpsville. by Bev. Muni.. Emp Wright, of Farmers' Station, was in our locality tins week, buying tin keys. The ground hog came out last Tuesday and decided on giving us six weeks more winter. B. E. Hatcher has been empl. ;ed to wield tho birch at this place, tho coming fall and winter. Mat Gilbert has rented his farm to Clarence West. Mat is going to try the aoil and climate of Iowa. Bev. Crawford, of Indiana, will begin a aeries of meetings at the Mt. Olivet Christian Church next week. Why can not Union township adopt a town ship Mipervision and have a regular course of study iu the schools A. S. Thomas bus resigned his office of Justice of tliH Peace, the cause of his resigna tion being feeble health. Miss Dora Grang. r passed through our vil lage Utt 1 hursowy evening, on her way from New Antioch to hr home iu lUishel). Lewis Herron passed through our strewts this week, with a live fox under his aim. which ho in company with his hounds had caught near the i urtlo Creek mill. Mit-s Emma Cadwallader has been employed to t) ach the spring term of school in the Blackburn district, which will mak her fouitli term in succession iu tbe same schorl. Surely this speaks ttell of Mis Cadwallader as teacher. Greenfield. Monday, February 8, 1886. i j ; I I I j Miss Mury Story retiirnrd to her school at Oxford tho first of the week. Mr. J. M, Gadbury wa cuiled to Cincinnati last Friday, to visit her sick mother. Mr. Samuel Puuglaws will leave in about two ueeks to locate permanently in Nebraska. Mr. S. Heidingwfeld was confine d to Ids homo lat week, Irom tho elects of a deep cold. If the almaioic be correct-, St. Valentino' Day, the 1 lt!i id' Febiuary, comes on Sunday this year. For two weeks past Mr. C. Fay Baldwin has been confined to his home, with rheumatism in the knee. Mips Annie Welsheiiner returned homo last Satmday evening, fiom a several months' vndt to fi ietids in Indiana. At a meet ing of the Mont hoi n Ohio Fair Cir cuit, held at Sribiria. February 1st, Washington C. H. was relu:d admittance. TJie t l,ei mometf r got. wild a'ain l;u-t Thurs day nicjit. At daylight Friday morning it register d ten drgreen below 'i o. Mr". Lh'.vrerc( Hei-kell. nr Miss Bessie Dickey, of Lincoln. Net)., is hero viiiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L, Dickey. We hear some whispers floating around that Mr J. W. Blaino will bo a candidate for Mayor id' Greenfield at the spring election. Mr. John Grim, from the vicinity of Crea mer n Hchoolhouae, ttp"iit last Sundny in this city att' tiding the M. E. revival meetings. Mr. T. Hixon in now a landloid. Ho as sumed control of the drsnd Central Hotel in this place lust Thursday. Success, Mr. T. H. Our local coal dealers report business Kut week as good a could be desired. The demand for coal was fully up to the supply and sold readily at twelve cents per bushel delivered. Married n I tt Wednesday evening, Feb. Hd, by Bev. S D. Crothers. at the Presbyterian painonngo in this place, Mr. David Caldwell and M iss Emma I'dcC -y. both of Madison township. Kev. A. N. White, of Ghent Ky., willusmime duties as pastor of tho Baptist Church in this place about the first of March, indead of the first of February, as mentioned in the- Nkwh a week or two since. The II ith School of this pla-e are making prepuratious to entertain tho Highland, lions, and I'ayet tc counties Teachers' Associations, which will be held hero at tho town hall Satur day, February 27th. Button up your overcoat, kuep on your flan nel, and prepare for six weeks more of winter, or at least such is the edict sent forth from the ground hog. He saw his shadow and has returned to his hole. The ringing of tho fire bell awakened our town from its quietness last Thursday after noon. The lire originated in a shingle roof in tho rear of Mr. Charles Pommort's furniture store. Damage slight. Quite a noisy fus was rftised at the cnlabooso Iat, Tuesday night among a lot of trnmps thai had taken quarters there for the night. They grew so noisy that it required tho presence of the Marshal to quiet them down. Would n t it be tho proper thing for our town authorities to keep an eye on one or two of our poker rooms, that they do not get too public with their pastime? It. seems if they can not be stopped they might be kept under a little. Mr. Villiam T'-ter. who was appointed agent at the C, W. A B. d pot at this place a short time since, only tilled the oftico about one we k and was removed. Mr. A. T. McLean, of Cincinnati, now tills tho ofbee, with Mr. L'iric Newman, of this city, as assistant. At tho fire last Thursday Mr. William Creamer attempted to catch a bucket thrown by some one from the roof. Creamer's inten tions wero good and his willingness beyond question, but in ihe catching act his hands came together a little too late, aud the bucket landed square upon his nose, causing the blood to flow freely, and left William with a much damaged proboscis. As tho month of March draws nigh every one is anxious to know who will receive the ap pointment of P. M. under the Democratic ad ministration. Mr. Kinkead's time expires iu that month, and none know bin he may be re impointed. If he should be reappointed there v ill surely be some sour Democrats to be seen in our town, as there are three or four here who want to be postmaster badly. Mr. Morrow Adams, an aged aud highly re spected cilizen of this place, met with quite a serious accident last Monday. He was hauling in some fodder from the field, and the contin uous jolting of the wugon over the frozeu ground, earned him to lose his bs'.ance, and ho fell from the load to the frozen ground. No bones wero broken, but he received Rome very severe bruises about the Hhuuldtrs and body. The young man from the country, who on lust Wednesday evening rode his horse to town and lett it stand hitched to tho rack all night, whkn the thermometer registered one and two degrees below zero, should be a little more eoiifiderate for the welfare of his dumb brute hereatti r. Constable T. Hixon took charge of the horso about, daylight Thursday morning and put it in the stable, where the young man called for it in a few hours. The revival meetings at the M. E. Church still continue with unabated interest. Every evening last wek the altar was well crowded with seekers. 'I he attendance each evening is large. Up to last Friday evening, the 5th, thirty-six had united with tho church, while the conversions reported will considerably ex ceed that number. A good work is being done and all wmh it to continue until the whule town is brought under its intiuence. Mrs. Jane Elliott, tho aged mother of Mr. T. M. Elliott, was found lying ou the floor at her home on West Church street last Thursday afieruoou, suffering from a dislocated shoulder caused by a fall. The old lady was alone at the time of the accident and none of the friends can give any cause for her falling, only from the infirmities of old age. The oul lady savs she hud been lying down, and when she rose to her feet her strength gavo wav and she fell forward, striking heavily upon ono shoulder, with the above result. At a regular meeting of tho Binggold Lodge, I. O. O. V.. held last Thursday evening, the 1th. the Chosen Friends Lodge, of Now Lex ington, the Sabina, Lodge, Lets Creek Lodge, and the Waverly Lodge, were all represented tu assint in conferring the initiatory degree upon three candidates. After the lodge work , was done twenty-three of the brothers took supper at the Franklin House, It would be useless to say ample justice was done to the sumptuous spread, because everybody knows that the Odd Fellows as a rule love a heavily loaded table and are, if in health, good feeders. j I j i ! t Monday, February 8, 1886. The Longest Pole. Knocks the persimmons, and L r. Uigelow's Cure knocks all throat and lung dts- eases, such as coughs, colds, crou'j. hoarseness. bronchitis, attthma, intlueua, sud consump tion. Plessant for children to take and cures saft lv, speedily aud permanently. Free trial! bottle of W. IE. Smith t Co. BETHEL. February 6th, 1886. Mr. Aaron Musgrove and fumily havo moved j to Sugai tree Kidge. The Bethel Institute- is well attended and , quite an interest i.s manifested. Tho man with the happiest Buiilo , Jim ' Shaw. It is a girl and he calls her Wyoma. Mrs. Bog rs expects to move from Hollow town to her property m tins neighborhood ; next mouth. The ordinance oT baptism was administered , tii thirty-three persona at Bethel Church last Sunday night. On last Friday evening ihe Bethel Tea-'hers1 and Scholars' Institute met at Bethol school- bouse. Die weather was unpleasant, but six- tei n men ts and a goodly number of victors were present. Instiui'e wtis called to order by G. W. Shaw. President. The minutes of last meeting wi re read and accepted. After some business concerning the luatitute Ira Booth conducted an interesting lesson in Geography on the Solar System, winch was followed by a recitation m Arithmetic --Miscellaneous Causa tion with Ella 'lemplin as instructor. Be cess. Next on program wa i irammar Analy sis and parsing- ably conducted by T. W. Kobeids, and was foiiuwtd by a lesson in His- tory, conducted by J essie J ackmau. Adjouriud to nn. et February Uth. PROGRAM. a Geo;;iaphv--Ohio and Highland county Anna Lvle. Arilbmeiic - Miscellaneous Problems Wm. shedou. Kecess. lliplory Civil War Jessie Jackman. ( irammar - General CHietions John Booth, on-i ies. Fi r E. Tkmpmn. Sec y. New Lexington Saturday, February 6, 1886. Health in tin t locality generally good. Samuel Griffith, of Leesbnrg, ha open 1 up a paint shop in our town. Mr. George Dun", of Staunton, Ohio, was thp guest of his cousin, Ed Dull, this we"k. Miss Hattie Taylor, of Lehurg, wns the guest of Minn Hannah Clark lant Sunday. Dr. L. M. Green ami family aro visiting Mrs. Green's folks at Aaha, Indiana, this week. Miss Mary Glascock, of Leesbni g, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Groves Friday. Mr. B. B. Barrett and Miss Delia Bcdkey visitfd Mrs. S. M. Taggart in New ienna, last Friday. James B. McClure. of Enterprise, Ohio, was tho guest of his btother, ; T. McClure, the past week. Miss Mary Button, who ban . been visiting friends in Kentucky the past few months, re turned home last week. Mrs. B. J. Wnodmannfc and Mm. E. L. John son, of New Vienna, we're the guests of Mr. F. M. Hor-man and wife last Wednesday, Some eight or ten of the members of Chosen Friends Lodge vimted Iduggold Lodge lat Thursday evening, when a splendid time was had. Mr. James SwisHhelm, of New Market, was in our town last Thurtiday and Friday looking for property in which to locate. We hope he was successful. J. G. McClure has advertised his stock, farm ing implements, house hoi J good. ( tc, 'or sal on the 11th of February, and will remove to Iowa iu the near future. O. B. Savage, with his mother. Mrs. H. Sav age, who has been an invalid for some time, started for Florida last Tuesday, hoping the change would be beneficial to her. Walter Mcpherson, who hss been a cripple all his life, is now at the Medical College m Indianapolis, Indiana, undergoing treatment. His manv friends hope that he will be benefited. Experience vs. Inexperience. It is a matter of regret that in introducing Hood's Sarsaparilla. its proprietors are obliged to overcome a certain distrust by some people who have unfortunately bought worthless compounds mixrd by persons ignoiant of pharmacy. Messrs. C. I. Hood it Co. are re liable pharmacists of long experience and they make no claims for Hood s Sarsaparilla, which can not be substantiated by the strongest proof. And we say lo those who lack confi dence, read ttie unsolicited testimonials in favor of Hood's Sarsaparilla, and then prove its merits by actual personal test. We are confident you will not be disappointed, but will find it a medicine of great value, which can be implicitly relied upon. 100 Doses SHACKELTON. February 6th, 1886. Mr. Oscar Groves and family havo been vis iting friends and relatives in this neighbor hood. Death has again been in our midst and taken away the little son of . David and Pollie Weli ster. After a prolonged illness death has ended his flnfleiingH. We are assured that, their loss is his eternal gain. Bev. Smith, of Seneca, Ohio, has been hold ing meeting at Mt. ion Church. Ho is now holding one at Danville. There have been no additions to the church up to this time, al though the services have hewn very interesting. One word, ono step may make or mar one's whole future. Dr. Jones' Bed Clover Tonic is the proper move when you have dyspepsia, had breath, piles, pimples, ague, malariA, low spirits, headache, or any stomach or liver troubles. 50 cents. All druggists. NEW BOSTON. February 6th, 1886. Miss Minnie Morgan is seiiously ill with ty phoid pneumonia. Bev. Taggart and wife, of Balnsboro, at tended church here last Sabbath. There is considerable sickness in this neigh borhood. Our Doctor is kept busy. Dr. Lucas, of Howard, Kansas, was here last week visiliug his uncle, Wm. Lucas. The protracted meeting at the M. E. Church closed last Sunday night with two accessions. Two new arrivals in our town & son at Clint Morris' and a daughter at J. F. Griffith's. The little (laughter of Bert Morris, who has been quite sick with malarial fever, is co rival esciug. I had to comb back the hair from my fore head and omit the parting to conceal my bald ness. Since then Parker's hair Balsam has made my hair as thick and glossy as ever. Ladies whone lia;r ia getting tuin will tind the Balsam just splendid. Mary Swauson, Chi cago, febsp DUNN'S CHAPEL. February 6th, 1886. Mrs. D. C. VanPelt is recovering slowly. Mr. B. Croaen is viuiting friends in Bowers -ville iiid vicinity. Miss Myrtie Hatcher spent Saturday night in this neighborhood, the guest of Miss Alice Crosen. Mr. Jeff Gibson and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with their nnclo, Mr. John Langley. Brother Shade preached at this place Sunday morning at Pt;. a. m.t from these words '"Pray without ceasing." Our neighborhood was thrown into consid erable excitement last Wednesday morning by the announ .omont that there would be a fox chase, and so it was not King until boys and nieu were seen running to join iu the sport. Lewis Herron aud Seaver Parker were the only ones that followed the fox where it was cap tured, which was a few miles above Willttts ville. There wiil be another fox chase next Thursday at 10 a. m. The company wilt meet t the crossroads near Alex. Smith's. Griggs' Glycerine Salve. Tha great wonder healer has no equal f or cuts, brumes, scalds, burns, wounds, and all other sores ; will positively cure piles, frost bites, tetter and all ukn eruptions. hatislac- tmn or monev r funded. 2b cents. Get the IT best of W. li. Smith A Co. NORTH UNIONTOWN. February 6th, 1886. The Dunkards will hold a protracted meei Positive ing tins mouth. I j ! The peach buds are all killed. I Mit-s Kate Hammond is on the sick list, i Mrs. Emily WiPtams is lying very low with feVer. Milton Boss has rented his farm to J. Post. Milt is going north. Tally one for Wm. Shoemaker. It a a girl and weighs ten pounds. Win. Davidson has a fmo greyhound. Ask Will how fast he can ruu. Mr. Juo. Shepley, notice of whose illutss we gave some time ago, is no better. (Jmte an enjoyable social was held at the residence of J. H. Setty laot night. There seems to be considerable attraction over on Pleasant lUdge for some of our young men. Mr. N. W. Williams has resumed teaching, aftur beimr coniine1 at his home with rheunia- ' tism for two weeks. iuer0 waB u0 Bl hool here Monday and Tm-s- . day, on account of damage done to tbe school : building by a worthless tramp. j Mr ItiU,v Xumbleson and wife, of Illinois, j and Mr. and Sirs. Joseph Couser, of Adams county, are visiting frieudj here. xi-t v Verier will uv. i.. . f... .wi.. : ArUnHllH. tll m.ka hM tntnrft lui!nt.. says this climate is too cold for him. Good Results in Every Case. D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer of Chattanooga, Tcnn., writes, that he was ser iously aiMicted with seere cold that settled on his lungs; had tried many remedies wnhout beiirht. Being induced to try Dr. King s New Dicoery for Consumption, did so and as eutiiulv cuit'd bv line of a lew bottles. Sinc which time he has used it in his family for ab 1 coughs and colds with bent result. 'Ibis is iiiq v. lOioiifi ui viiviiirLiiin impo ne. ijbd i been saved by this wonderful Dincovery. 'J rial ; bottles Tree at beyburt A Co. 'a ding store. MARRIED. j BCDISILL- L VANS - At the homo or tha i bride, near Hi!lboro, FebrnaiT 4th. 1 --!, bv Bev. S. W. Fdiiiintou, Dr. Waiter H. Euuimtl I and Miss Helena M. Evans,