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She JftighUuul gletvs. niLLSTtORO. OJTlO: Wednesday, February 17, '88. Tlia circulation of a newspaper deter mines the value of Hn columns r (id ml Tartlstng medium. Tim NKWH lias by fivr 41i0 largest circulation, of any pnper In Ilisrnland county, whtoh fact advertisers would do well ta lpar in tnintl. Oar lists are opin to their inspection. Disappointment. A nomunrr in Ttt'n C'hnpfTx. CIIAI'TKK I. He(witlioul) : All, there! I' there ? ( iiai tik 11. She (wlthini : You Dot ! Belter get. Disappointment. The and. Mra.O.3. Price visited relatives In Coving ton, Ky.,lat week. Mr. Andrew Walker, of Uoltou, Kiiiu, 1 visiting relatives here. Miss Anna Punsley, of New Vienna, was In Hlllsboro last Knturtliiy. Miss Madge Carson lert Inst Wednesday to visit friends In Clillltootlie. Mis Rose Fallon, of Cincinnati, la visiting the Misses FkIIoii la thin place. Miss Alice Morln, of Newport, Kentucky, Is the guest of Miss Kate Langley. Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Bowers spent Wednes day of last week with relatives In Washing ton C.H. Miss Maud Wright, of New Lexington, wnsthogucst of her brother,Mr.Cusn Wright, on Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Kenrns have taken op their residence In the property on the corner of East and Pleasant streets. Mr. Ami Turner, sen lor partner of the H Igh etreet grocery firm, has removed, to the Pugsley properly on Main street. Mrs. Colonel Trimble and Mrs. Reedier, mother of Rev, (). B. Beechcr, are In Florida to spend the remainder of the winter. Mr. William Walker, of tear Greenfield, spent last Thursday and Friday with his brother, Mr. Ed. Walker, In this place. Our first Invoice of embroideries have Just arrived. New spring styles. Come and see them. H. E. HmnitN A Son. Last Wednesday was deolded ly springy. A fresh-made onlou bed or a spring poet on a fence rail would have looked quite natural. Mrs. Thomas, of Martinsville, Vn, is spend ing a few dnys with her daughters. Misses Jane and Kalherlne, at the residence of Mr. J. W. Smith. Mrs. Emily 1)111 ws attacked by something similar to paralysis Inst Monday morning and Is still quite 1)1 with few symptoms of Improvement. Charley Wellbrook.of tnnsorlnl fame, and now an employe of the Palace shop, left Monday morning to spend the week at his home In Marrielta, O. Mr. J. H. Littler and family removed to hlsfarm near Centerfleld, on Wednesday. Mr. T. S. Beam will occupy the house he va cated, in the near future. Next Sunday the sacrameut of the Lord's Supper will be observed at the Presbyterian Church, and preparatory services are to be held each ovenlng of this week. Richards A Bro.are making low prices ou H0.000 worth of Dry Goods, Hoots and Shoes, Carpets, Cloaks and Shawls, that will pay very one to see before they buy. Mr. John J. Fallon, Traveling Passenger Agent of the Union Pacific Railway at Hel ena, Montana, and a prominent citizen of that city, Is visiting his parents and numer out friends in this city , after au absence of eleven years. Mrs. Louisa P. Nye, wife of George Nye, died at her home on Mechanlcsburg Hill last Wednesday at 2 p. m , of pneumonia. The funeral services were held at the M. E. church on Saturday and the remains were Interred In the cemetery here. The Immense fox drive southeast of lown on Wednesday succeeded in capturing one fox. It was Bold at auction to the highest 'bidder for one dollar, which was donated to the U. A. K. fair. In the evening the fox -was paraded in the usual manner by being dragged around town by the tall. We respectfully call the attention of our readers to lha adverlisemeut of the Hllls boro Nursery which appears lu this ihsue. Mr. Mitchell's energy and enterprise have established a thriving busluess aud his up right dealings should still command for htm the patronage of all who desire anything in his line. Six urohlns, namely, John Lytle, John Maokey. Charley Duftey, Charlie Glascock Arthur Smith and liny Harwood were ar raigned before Mayor Harman last WedneH day morning for throwing stouesand break ing the wludowsof a house on South street belonging to Mr. Wesley Copes. After hear ing the State's evidence Captain Dellruin objected to the testimony and the Muyorsus at I tied the deiu urrer in the case of all except Hoy Harwood aud Charley Diitle.y,aud after n short consultation they were also discharg d. The boys evidently were acting In no malicious spirit and Mr. Copes agreed that they bad been punished enough. A few days at;o we examined a group of painting! from the artlKtio brunti of Mist Kate Langley. An most of our renders are futnllitir wllh MImm Lanxley'N Buj'm'or ability, praiwe 1h unnecessary. Two large pttlntiiiK In pretty frames chiefly attracted attention. Oue represented a great rock on the ocean coaat against which the waves were beating and the angry breakers da-hed theiiiMulveit Into fnum and ttpray. A eiukiim ship Is Keen tn the distance aud a flush lightning nppeartt agulnnt the dark threatening sky. The other la a view of a mountain gorip In which a plttoid stream plays among bleaching bowlder. Trees In autumual foil age staud on the banks and the roots reach to tho wuter'b edge One lu as true to the fury of Nature In the billowy deep ub the other to her pei;ef ulnchH In the mountain sull tude. Judge Hugglns heard the arguments lu the motion for a new trial of the va.se of Ohio vs. George Long ou Monday. The affidavits producod by the detente stated that two jurors, Wllllum Jones and Ezra Burrow, were guilty of official misconduct, the for mer for having formed and expressed an opinion bef re the trial, the latter for having allowed a knowledge of the cunts In the casa to Influence his verdict, On behalf of the Hiate, affidavits were read showing that Mr. Jones voted and argued for acquittal lu the Jury room and was one of the last to with the majority und that Mr. list row had not violated .1 is oai h ati a J 111 or, having ft (rul ed h Is opinion froiu the la w and t tie e v ldence and not from any other liupreNlons. After hearing the argumun (h, Court adjourned ulue o'clock this morning when the J udge's ruling will probably be made known. TkPiTH"artfor(l,Conn. CAPITAL, SIIBI'LIS, . ,ono,ooo oo. . U31,MI4 0 Fire, Tornado and Farm Insurance FRANK S. W.OM, Acent. Next Monday Is Washington's birthday. The Misses Itunn, of Sardinia, are visiting friends in Hlllsboro. Mr. L. I!, lloyd left yesterday afternoon for a short business visit to Gslllpolls. Mr. John Matthews has been vlslling friends In Henderson, Ky., the past week. M r. John Hark Ins, of Maryland, Is visiting relatives In this place and at ottier points In the county. Dr. J.M. lunnells, of Wilmington, spent last Friilay with his son, Mr. H. W. Hau notls, In this place. Misses "adle McClure and Maggie Chaney spent Sunday with Miss Ilettle Jones at her home near Samantha. Judge Hugglns returned from Chllllcothe Saturday night. He returns on Thursday to resume his duties on the Bench In Koss county. The many friends of Miss Moielle Stod dard will be Interested lu knowing that she was united in marriage to Mr. Loomls Hud- d lesion, at Paris, Ky., last Wednesday. The News extends best wishes. Mrs. Charles C. Muhlback died at her home neHr New Market Mouday night, after a continued Illness from consumption. The funeral services will he held in the Presby terian Church at New Market to-day. Ou Tuesday, the !Hd of this month, Mr. David Cowglll will sell at public sale, at his residence one mile north of New Bostou on the New Petersburg and Clear Creek turn pike, a fine lot of stock, farming Imple ments, etc., etc. I. T. Cummins, auctioneer. Despite the inclemeutweather, the tern perance prayer meeting nt Mrs. E. J. Thorn p sou's ou Mouday , was well nttended and all who were there felt the Father's presence with His children. Meeting next week nt same place, led by Mrs. McSurely. Time 3 o'clock. Sec. The Prohibition convention held here last Thursday was au unmitigated fizzle despite the predictions of some of our well meaning citizens who are Interested In the welfare of the party. About twenty persons were present, lucludlug spec'ators, and a very limited amount f business was transacted. The prospects of the party for the future are uot bewildering brilliant. A gentleman of this city who reoently made a visit to Sardinia, asks us to suggest that the railway company build a waiting room to the depot In that place to be used for ladles. He says that smoking Is permitted iu the depot, and that the place Is unfit for the presence of ladles. He also adds that It might be an Improvement toforbid smoking In the palatini pnlnce car that Is used be Iweeu this place and Sardinia. A Nkws man, thinking that the names of Republican candidates for Corporation of fices would be nil interesting item, traced current reports to tlielr sources end compil ed the following list : For Mayor, A. Harman , and W. M.Meek. Marshal, J. G. Lyle, M. 11. Wlllett and W. A. Fonner. Clerk, N. H. Avres. Treasurer, L. Detwiler, Charles Holmes, John Oonard. II . N. Miller, H. D. Waddell, J. 8. F.lllfrlt., S. A. Turner and James Keece. We have not space to enlarge mi the good qualities of each mau but no bad choice can be made from tills excellent list. Fenton Alwell, a young man from near Berryville. was lodged In Jail here last Wednesday on a charge of horse stealing. It appears that Mr. J. -N. Jhompson rone horseback to church at Burnett's Chapel and hitched Ills horse in front of the house. When the meeliug dispersed the horse was gone, and a colored boy Informed I ue owner that Atwell had taken it away. At 2 o'clock the next morning Thompson, iu company with the olllcers, found the horse lu Atwell's stable wlille that gentleman was eating breakfast iu preparation for an early start to market nt St tunton, Fayette county. The justice bound him over to await the action of the Grand Jury in the sum of JOO.and Atwell failing to produce that amount was committed to the bastiie. G. A. R. Thnladiesof the dtnerentcommlttess for the three duys Fair are earnestly requested ro meet in City Hall, Monday afternoon, February 2'id, at ."1 o'clock promptly to make the final arrangements for the tables, booths, etc This will be the last meeting and it hoped all will make an effort to be there. H. F. C. A called meeting of the Alumna1 Associa tion connected wllh the College, will be held at the rosl.leuco of Mrs. John A. Smith, Sat urday afternoon. February 20th, at2:.IO p. m., totakeaotlou ou the report 01 the Monu mental Committee. A full attendance very earnestly requested. Liz.ip. P. Richards, Mux. A. Hart, Rec.Sec. Pres. Teachers' Certificates. At the meetlnifsof the Board of School Examiners, held January 2d, and February Gth, IfVtS, cerllflcateH were granted as follows : AT THE JANUARY MEETING. FouOnk Yeak FJiza McCabe, Anna H. Naylor, Kdlth Foutz, It. M. i.ewls, Mary lialcher, C. W. (.Ornt let, lilanch McLopplu, tiatue Htanforth, Ida M. Wilson. For Two Ykahs Charles Kliug, Isy Fling. AT THE FEBRUARY MEETING. For Onk Year James T. Hlater, Edward M Huberts, James N . Gall, M. O. Lucas, F. Lyle, Kate Boelzuer, J. IL U. Kesler, T. II. lvgy, TeNsle Farrls, Mary Hprlnger, Maud Cor, M. P. Furdy, U. O. Roberts, Dora Grander, George Vf .Cad wallader, E. G.Tener, E. M . Johnson, Winnie Anderson, Ollle I. Gall, Nellie D. Gall, G. Ii. Thomas, NaDnie Wright, Marian Leslie, Ll.zle Watts, Lizzie Evans, Aline Jones, Magl McLaren, C, Khoades, Ella Williams. For Two YfcAKS-ivy N. Vance, Hop Ma HoeUner, Metta Williams, J. W. Lucas, F. M Hinart. The above Is correct. AT THE FEBRUARY MEETING. E. G. SMITH, Clerk. Dodans Township Teachers. DODSONVILLE, February 15. la The D. T. T. I. convened at Beech wood last Friday evening, Vice-President Marwb oc cupying the chair. Messrs. Shaffer and Kills made a few mark- tn regard to errors committed In Instructions. The "Critics Keport" was well received. It Is a pithy little sheet which contained several witty sayings. The exercise were opened with select reading by 11. K. Miroup. His selection "Ths Directors Visit, or a Warning to Young Schoolmasters" cuused a ripple of mirth. The Instruction of the veiling were article on "The Political History of U. by Mauley Marsh, recitations in geography and arithmetic with Walter Pulse and Kills us lust motors. The you n tier mem tiers were not sorry to the old query-box. On motion the Instituts adjourned to meul February l'Uh, li. PROCHAM. to 7:00 Open Ing business The Cr it ic. ":! s'iM-t kfudtng -1. W. Charter. 7 '2 1'liMTlllcnl Marks Walter Pulse. 7 ..'. D tit oh ion and C lusui it cut ion Ant ma Is lieu j , O. 1'iwtt. -1 Itee. K ;U-LhNay--IE. E. Htroup. AMANDA M. COWNARD, Sec. ELISE'S HIT. A Big Fortune Awaits Batavia's Former Eloquent Minister. For several j ea rs th is county had no abler preacher than the popular Hev. John W. K Use who ministered in the Christian Unlorj Church In our town. He was a genial gentle man, and also a famo is writer for the peri odical literature of our country. Since his departure from our plum he lias labored in the pulpit at Edeutou, Hlllsboro, and other points with remarkable success in gathering In sinners to the Lor. 's fold. The other day County Treasurer White re ceived a letter from K. A. lUger, Frederick, Maryland, making Inquliles as to the where abouts of a family by the name of Kllse, formerly or Frederick. There were two brothers livlDg there named William and Jacob, William Kllse, the former, being a married man, and who lived here with tils son, Kev. J. W. Kllse. It seems there lias been left to thee two brothers a fortune of Jinr.,000 In Wittemherg, Germany, which comes to them from their grandfather's estate. The estate had been entailed, but the line to which It was be queathed having become extinct the prop erty ges by f iprtnan law to collateral branch which are the two Kllse brothers. They are both deceased, and their only issue is Rev. John W. Kllse. Colonel Rager.of Frederick, Maryland, Is thegreatest attorney in America in genealog ical investigations, and makes the informa tion concerning the whereabouts of heirs a specialty. AndltorTemple answered Colonel Kager's letter and also advised Rev. Mr. Kllse, and the latter will soon most likely he put in possession of bin fortune, aud will then settle dowu at Hlllsboro and pursue his literary and poetloiil writings In which In the last few years lie has achieved so much distinction ClTtiumt Courier. Probate Court. K. M. flrirtith, administrator of the estate of Michael Holmes, tiled lirst account. James Feike, administrator of the cstato of Charles Feike, filed first account. Taylor Evans, administrator of the estate of Marion Evans, filed inventory and appraise ment. Taylor Evans, administrator of the estate of Marion Evans, filed bill of sale of personal property. Will of Oliver Sanders filed. Will of Peter Drognard filed. Enimerson and Hannah Leurance, exccntois of the estate of George Leurance, tiled second account. John T. Hire, assignee of S. N, Smith, filed report of final distribution. David M. Fairlev, appointed guardian of Jas. Y. Fairlev. bond 7,0o0. Fred Zane, administrator of the estate of Theobald Ko h, tiled report of sale of personal property, bale confirmed. R. C. Barrett, administrator of the estate of MARRIAGE LICENSEE. Harry Hiwarden and Annie Jacksou. William H. Mercer and Lora Dritton. Andrew A. Peyton and Mollie Jenkins. Simeon Fent and Milda i. Leaverlon. William Donohoo and Mollie A. Fender. Jodcpli C. I'.ossclot aud Frances Cofiman. Transfers of Real Estate. Robert McN'icol and others to John F. Leav erton, I'onn township. l'Jl acres, 73 j poles, Robert McNicol. administrator, to John F. Leaverton, Penn township, l-3( of 1114 acres, poles. $125. Robert McNicol, guardian to JohnF. Leaver ton, Penn township, 35-3ti of l'Ji acres, 73 poles. S1350.42. Andrew Courts, to George W. Bamgrover, Highland and brown counties, 100 acres, tl, 50U. II. X. Deilass, to Mary E. Coates, Highland anil Browu counties, 100 acres, quit claim, iino. Mary E. Coates, to Georjre W. Bamgrover, Highland aud brown counties, 100 acres, tl. Cary S. Brown, to James A. Hwisshelm, Now LtxiiiKton, lots, 1,4(W. Joseph M. Uibbeii, to A. II. Bettv, Uillsboro, lot. 120. T. M. Cooper to trustees M. E. Church Bel fast, Belfast, lots, tl,20H. William 11. lloads to R. W. Bradley, Concord township, 53 rcres, $'JO0. John F. Leaverton to James T. Patton, Teim township, HO acres, 8 'J poles, H, 027.80. John J. B. Madilox to Moses Calvert, Mar shall townihip. 182 acres, 2,0(I0. R. D. Johuson et al to John Rosher, Fair field township, 107 1-10 acres, quit claim, 41. David Hixson and Samuel McClure, execu tors, to John Rosher, Fairfield township, 24 acres, 700. Johu Rosher to It. D. JohtiBon et al Fair field and Penn townships, '20 acres, 132 poiei, il and other considerations. Joseph T. Jones to John Rosher, I-airfield and Peun townships, of 107 1-10 acres, 800. J 51. Hughev et al to James w. fairlev, Madison township, 106 acres, 60 poles, f 1000. J. H. White, administrator, to Julia White, Liberty township, 157 acres, 3.540. Michael Winkle, administrator, to Nathan 1, Landeis, Hamer township, 57 acres, 83 poles, j700. srael Dellass to Susan Rouab, Hauler town ship, OJi acres, 4400. E. 11. Miller to w. w. Caldwell and tl. L. Dickey, trustees, Greenfield, lot, 500. Ellis Kousti to Mary C. Bennett, Danville, lot, t400. David M. lihoads and Marhu Bobb to San- ford E. Bettey, brushcreek township, 38 acres, 52 poles, t4ti0. John T. Johnson to Catherine Helscher, Hillsboro. lot, 230 W. W. Caldwell and H. L. Dickev, trusteeB, to E. H. Miller, Greenfield, lot, 91000. CORRESPONDENCE. HOLLOWTOWN. February 15th, 1886. A. L. M. Next Monday is Washington's birtnday. Alvin Louder hack reports a fine baby girl Alvin is happy. Two large gray eagles were seen in this locality last week. W. D. Ackles, who has been seriously ill for some time, we regret to state is still very low, witaout any hope of recovery. Joshua Itoush will sell his personal property at public sale on Thursday, the 18th of Febru ary, at his residence near this place. Married February 13th, 188R. at the resi dence of Frederick Fender, by O. W. Martin, Fsq.. Mr. William Donohoo and Miss Mollie Fender. B. 8. Landesa has ou his farm a prolific ewe that gave birth to four living lambs a few davs ago, three white and oue black one. doing well. Mr. J. L. Burns, of Maple Grove, spent few days last week in Greene county, looking up a summer school. ris father wielded gad in his stead during his absence. Elders J. W. Kubla and John Workman, Pricetown, came down among the natives last week and erected the goHpel battery at Maple Grove scUoolhouse, The result of their labors was eighteen additions to the church. Mr. Jacob Ridings, our blacksmith, has pur chased the hearse formerly owned by brother, William Hidings; also a full stock undertaker's material, and will do business that line at the old stand near this place. FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT. February 13th, 1886. an Kd. sea of School at this place will close the Urst week in March. A series of meetings will commence at Dunkard Church ou the '2(Hh of this month. Messrs. J. E. Burns and W. O. Corneite spent a few days last week in Groene county. Itev. J. W. Bnble held a four days meeting at Maple Grove and received eighteen acces sions to the church. Mr. Daniel Ackles, who has been very with that fatal disease consumption, tor some ti nit, is not expected to survive long. Joidiua Boush will sell hischattel property public hale ueit Thursday, aud move to father's, iustead of giting to Sardinia. Jacob Hidings, our genial blacksmith, purchased au undertaker s outfit, ami is pre pared tj accommodate tho public iu that of business. Miss Mollie Kuvetard his had a claia to in instrumental music all winter. Miss Muiliu is au accomplished musician and serves much credit for untiring efforts instructing. RAINSBORO. February 13th, 1886. i i Horn to Mr. ami Mrs Monday niht, a girl. John Shiptou Jh rtt A son of Luther Smith liss bet with lung fever but is hotter. mite iii j Hubert Sumner's wife hss been ipiite sick for some time but is convalescent. William Taylor moved to Pike county, near Lapporoll. the Urst of the week. j Scott Heavers ind wife, of Pickaway county, are visiting relatives in this vicinity. Miss Annie DoWitt hss been spending the' week w ith her grandparents at Cynthiana. Warren Taylor, of Wostboro, was the guest I of A. W. lledkev Wednesday and Thursday. I Hon. I). M. Pnrrett came home the latter part of last week but returned to Columbus Tuesday. PulT t Havens and Ilravorstt Sparur, laid in their summer supply of ice tho fore part of the week. William Estell, the correHpnndent of tho Hillfboro fJa&tfr, lias removed to the west end of College street. Word has been received that John Wallace who left Hnake Corner for Indiana last Decem ber, is coming; back this spring Kurch LnrUH two children, one of Charley Westn, Harry Hettener, and J. Ii. Gossott's youngeHt child all have scarlet fever. The younjr men did a very commendable thing ii outting saw dint on the side walks laHt Thurjday to accommodate ohureh goers. Kev. Wi.'iam RanderH will befjin a periea of meeting r t the U. H. Church to-morrow that will probably be continued throughout the week. Mrs. It. Ii. liarrett and her two little boys, of New Lexington, attended the funeral of her Grandmother, Mis. Martha Miller, on Thursday. Hev. James Kedkoy, of Kedkoy. Ind., in here renewing old acqnaintences and familiarizing himself with the scenes of other years, lie was born and raised in this vicinity Tho Taint, Township Teachers Association at the public school building Friday night was largely attended and conwidered a success. The next meeting will be at New Petersburg in two weeks. Stephen Clyborn and wife, former residents of tins place, but now living at Jefl LTnonvill, O., lost their ynnnpent child lat week and brought it to the Hulitt graveyard for burial on aSabbath. J. S. W. LSpartfur has on exhibition at the post oflice, an egg laid by a hen belonging to Lis mother, that has a crooked handle to it which makes it very much resemble a ntnall white gourd. Next. Rnfns Foraker and wife, having returned from their wedding tour the boys gavo them a rousing serenade Tuesday night but Itufns had gone to the country and did not return until Wednesday evening when tho boys renewed their effort. Ella, the enteenied wife of TIioh. Barrett, Jr., died at her home, l miles northeast of town, on Friday February 5th, after a brief illness, aged 23 yearn. She was tho daughter of Woi, tSpenco. Bhe had been married something over two years and was highly esteemed on ac count of her noblo trails of character. Tho funeral services were held in the M. E. Church, New Petersburg, Sabbath, at 11 a. m., iu charge of Kev. C. J. Wells and was largely at tended. Mrs. Martha Miller died at the residence of her son, Z. C Miller, south of town, February 10th, 18HG, at the advanced age of 7 '3 years and 23 days. Her maiden name was Off lit. She was born in Charlenton, Jefferson county, Va., and was united in marriage with CharleH Miller in Chillicothe, ()., March 17th, 1H25. She join ed the Methodist church GO years ago and died trusting iu her Saviour, Since the death of her husband she has been living with her children and other friends ; spent the last few years in this vicinity. The runeral ser vices wero held Thursday in charge of Kev. William Banders. The fox drive in the territory just east of Rainaboro, last Saturday resulted in tho cap ture of two foxes. A large number is said to have been seen pass through tho lines. An other drive baa been decided upon, embracing the same territory, for Saturday the 2oth inst, when au effort will be mado to have all the lines alike, strong. The following list of of ficers ought to be a guarantee that there would be no failures. The Cai-Wims are Thos. Duff, H. W. Htrain, Joa. If ill, V, Kuntain, Win. Elliott J.M. Grim, Ii. Shivers, M. Ii. Park, Hurch ItoadrY, Iriaac Lpp, P. L. Harrington. H. K. Uoads, H. W. Kuads. Thos. Koada, J. I'. Wash burn, Morgan liarrett, James Stoops, Absolem Koads, Henry Plummer, JanifB l'eabody, Jas. Davis, L. E. Clyborn. Geo. Hulitt, Chas. Mc Coy, Jno. Koads, James Dwyor, John Caldwell, J. H. Montgomery, Chan. Hill, A. J. Gray, A. Clyborn, T. J. Kibbey, Henry Deafner, John Devma, Alfred Strain, illiam N ie and S. H. Clyborn. Marshal, Squire liobert M ('Mullen, T. M. Forgunon, assistant. Executive Com mittee, Wm, Upp, Jno. liruce and J. W. Upp. Drive begins at f a. m. o dogs or tire arms allowed, and no ono allowed in advance of the lines except ladicH, old people and cripples. Iiy order of Executive Committee. DODSONVILLE. February 13th, 1886. AU a thb of the his of in Henry Htroup, of Westboro. was the guest of his mother last Sunday. Miss Lillie Conrard, of Fayettville, is the uest of her cousin, Miss Amanda Conrard. Mr. Robert Hodson and lady, of Westboro, wore the guests of JanieB Tedrick last Suuday. The Dawsou pike has fallen throngb, and is almost impassable for tho lightest conveyance. Mr. Marion Simmons, of Clinton county, visited his fathcr-iu-law, Mr. Jos. Beard, last Wednesday. MissEiTie Shaffer, accompanied by her undo, Mr. Chas. Shatter, of Blanchestor, started for Chillicothe Wednesday morning. There has been considerable pillaging going on in our community lately. John McCreight had some wheat Btolen last week. Most of our old soldiers attended the meet ing of Murrell Post, G. A. U., in the M. E. Church at Lynchburg last Tuesday night. Rev. Chas. Luck, of the C. U. Church, who has beeu holding a protracted meeting at New Market, is at his homo here recruiting strength for another battle. The Lutheran protracted meeting is in pro gress, under the management of Bev. Bonis, of Springfield. There have beeu several accesBious to the church. Thomas Spilker, living west of here, had an important surgical operation performed on his left hand last Saturday morning by Dr. Brown, of Hillsboro, aud Dr. Marsh, of this place. Rev. L. M. Davis delivered an interesting discourse to a large aud attentive audience at this place last Sunday. Subject : The measure of the love existing between God and mau. Tha Ground-hog Court was in session on last Saturday evening, with Justice Barr ou the bench, I he case ntate vs. C. L. htroup w as dismissed for want or sufficient evidence, lhe was also in sossiou Thursday night. Among the visitors at the D. T. T. I. last night we noticed Mr. Wise and Miss Ella of Stringtown ; Ed Ronsh, of Weber- town, and Miss Lillie Conrard, of Fayettsvillo. The "Critic" was read and approved by a large majority. John Smith, a foster sou of Wm, Shaft er, of this place, met with a serious accident on last Tuesday night while out coon hunting. Find ing a coon, the hounds commenced hostilities. Smith started to run toward the scene of the battle, when he slipped and fell, shattering one of his ankles. His comrade lighted a tire, and they spent tha night in the woods. Wednesday morning he was taken to his home two miles west ftf town, and D. Marsh summoned, w ho dressed the wounr and left the patient in comfortable condition. FAIRFAX. February 13th, 1886. the low at his has line in struct do iu The wido'f Boatman will romove to hur prop erty iu Fairax utxt week. G. W Stultz and Harry Snyder are talking of leaving for Kansas soon. Arthur Smart and sister Mattie will leave iu a few days for Cliutou county. Mumps slowly abating, there being but two cases iu our village at this writing. Tom Gri ftith and Stephen Mullenix have ex changed property, and both moved last week. Mr. John Troute is moving his e fleets this week to Brown county, where ho has purchas ed a farm. Our lovers of fox hunting had a big chase last Mouday on Buck Run, but Reynard was too much for them, and they failed to take him in. A protracted effort is iu progress at Bur nottsville Chapel, which is doing a good work, there being several arressions ami a Keueral re vival among the lnembt rs. Thesaleof the farm of Jonathan Shaw, de- ceased, ou last Saturday resulted in the pur- chase of HO acres by tl. F. ldckey, and the rest by Mrs. Fli.abcih Shaw, widow of deceased. Lynchburg. Monday, February 15, 1886. II. L. (iletin spent Tuesday in New Vienna. Tims. Dumenil hss removed to Mrs. Kibhey's property. Mr. I,, v.. Fulton is home on a living vinit to his family. Horn, on Tuesday last, to Mr. and Mis. W.I D'lnienil, a bouncing baby boy. M. C. Marshall has started a meat stoic in tho Saner building on Main street Mrs. J. W. Henderunn visited Iht daughter, Mrs. C. E. Dixon, at New Vienna Tuesday. The Mite Society will hold a social at the remdenco of G, liaylesH WedneHday evening. The goone and turkey trial last Tuesday brought a lari;o number of intfreided persons to town. VnrHotm who hnve fmhscrihed to the Ituilding Fund of the Christisn Church sre reijuesttd to leave their fluhneriptions with J. W. Feulo. TIia Young M'n's Debuting Club nu t on lat Friday night and dincuHSfd the question---,'-jjorW.lhst Inventions are a Honciit to tho Laboring Clas. Melson Shane, of Ulan'-hester. was arre ted in Hillsiti.ro and brouj,'bt here TueBday morn ing by Deputy Sheriff McCotinaughey. and arraigned befuro Mayor Titrno charged with stealing poultry. Isma Trotli condueterl the prosecution, and John '1. Hire appeared for the defense. After tho State" testimony was all in tho defenno concluded to introduce no testimony, and wan bound over to the i'lobate Court in the cum of -iJiii). At a regular me-ting of Tlnm. J. Murrell Post held last Friday ntght tho following resolutions- were adopted : ' y.,'r.w. That the thanks nf this Post are due and heiebv ten dered to Kev. C. W. Ketcham, of Hillsbnro. for the interesting and entertaining addrens delivered at the M. E. Church on the i'Mi i tiht , unrler tho aunpices of tliin Pont, ,' snliuil. That a copy of these resolutions he transmit ted to the speaker, and aluo published in the county papers. On last Tuewday night TIioh. J. Murrell Post held a public meeting at tho M. E. Church. The members met at the hail and marched to the church, where the program whm carried out as follows : Song My Country "lis of Thee. Prayer by Dr. Fulton. II istoVir-al sketch of the Post by Major iSering. Address by C. Y. Ketcham, of Hlllsboro. Several of the com rades made short talks, and the exercises were enlivened at intervals by patriotic songs led by the choir. Tho address of Hev Ketcham was well received and lull of cheer to the old soldier. Through the courtesy of Maior HeriiiL' we are permitttd to give an extract from his snteroBting historical sketch relating to the soldier after whom our Post is named, from which we learn that Thos. J. Murrell and six others went to Hlllsboro and enlisted iu Capt. Sloane's company under the President's call for 75,000 nun to seive for three months. Capt. Sloane's company joined the 12th Ilegi ment at ('amp Dt unison, arid on the 2Hth of June the regiment re-enlisted lor three years. On tho lUtli of September they reached Carni fax Ferry, ami engaged in tho battle of that placr, with a loss of two killed and ten wound ed. One of the kilkd was the commander of tho regiment Col. Lowe : tho other was Thos. J. Murrell, the subject of this sketch. Just as tho battle opened at about 4 o'clock p. in. he was struck in the left shoulder witn a mus ket ball, producing a mortal wound. Ho was carried to tho rear to tho field hospital, where he lingered to near midnight when he breathed his last. Ho was buried the next day near tho battle-Held by his company in a grove on a lit tle knoll overlooking the valley, and his nHine was carved on four small trees that stood at each corner of his grave. When ho enlisted he was in the prime of his young manhood, having just reached his 21st birthday. He was over six feet in heighth, as straight as an ar row, and tho tallest man in tho regiment. The news of his untimely death cast a greater gloom over this community than was after wards caused by the news of the greatest bat tles of war in which scores of our neighbors were killed and wounded. Great efforts were made by our citizens to have his body brought home for buna, but those who were sent to West Virginia on that mission were unerpial to the task. Hence he lies buried w here his com rades laid him to rest. Such is the brief rec ord ai a brava aud patriotic uJdit-.r who offer ed up his life as a sacrifice for the good of his country, whom Lynchburg Post of the G, A. K. delights to honor and perpetuato his name down to future g. nti atiuna as an example of patriotism worthy of imitation. WEBERTOWN. February 13th, 1886. , Mrs. Eva Conne'l will start for I'lurida in a few duys tj join her husband. Mr. John Burton, of Blanchestor, visited his cousin James one day this week. We were treated to some excellent music by tho Webertowu string baad one evening tins week. The pupils of our school presented their teacher, Mr. K. i Roush, with a handsome fur cap and silk ban -.orchief. Prof. Clark delivered a freo lecture ou horse training Thursday night, to a goodly number of our farmers, but did not secure a class be cause some of thorn were afraid they would not g.it the worth of their dollar, but were good attendants so long as it was free. DUNN'S CHAPEL. February 15th, 1886. Mrs. T. M. Whittell, who has been on the sick list, is convalescing. Mrs. Ravenseroft and Msss Carrie were vis iting relatives iu this vicinity last week. Wm. Cloramer, of Sabina, was the guest of Crank Crossen last week. Miss Rose Shepherd aud Miss Maggie Lang ley attended tho spelling school at Foster's last Thurnlay night, Charlie Fenner will move to the eld home stead the first of March. John Mabin visited his father, who is lving very low with consumption. Our Sabbath school is wed attended, consid ering the bad roads and weather. NEW PETERSBURG. February 13th, 1886. the farm of C. Weller, near where ho is en court j gaged in teaching school. j Jake West has moved on Mr. E. Small's farm on Hardin's Creek. Ho hs sold his town prop Sprinkle, i erty to Mr. R. Slonaker, who will occupy j soon. Jacob Grim has sold a part of his farm to Auditor LeFevre, of Hlllsboro. Auditor LeFevro was hero Friday helping to survey the land he purchased recently of Jacob Grim. Uncle Dick Slonaker has sold his farm near Rattlesnake to his son Jonah, who will take possession iu tho spring. W. L. Wain has removed to the cpimtnv nn The funeral of Mrs. Klla liarrett was preach ed hern lust Sunday. A large concourse of people followed the remains to Gilboa Ceme tery after the sermon. RUSSELL'S. February 15th, 1886. a - ... . n,t ii I;r"; lC,lrnwl(J l,- ne. hi our Milage last 1 .May. Mr. Ownr Hixlsim ami wifi-, (if HiHslioio, apent KmiiUy with relativra iu I lib (ilacc. O. R. Jonto in at Illahrliistrr Irarnin- tt,(.. Kraphv, under the instructions ol (,' (TnuD T. Lano, of Wilmington viite,t hi, aistrr, Mis. A. A Unlisted, at tl, last week. M A. A. Ilallstetl. Mit-s Anna C!uton. nev. . .naiey and a son Michael are all ou the sick list. J The protracted meeting which has been progress for the past three weeks, rinsed to day (Tuesday) with eighteen accessions toihe church. Kev. S. S. Hard, formerly of Iiussclls. but now of Cnillicothe, is visiting friends here. )ar people had the pltasure last Sabbath heating him preach again. -Married At the residence of Hev. W. Maiey, February ;lth, Mr. William Mrirer, Alleiisbnig, and Miss Fora lirltton, of Kiis sells. We wish I lie happy couple a pleasant voyage through lile. Vie think last week was miners wei k. Mr. 1 Thomas Ilarnea moved ou James Hurt s farm ' " Hurton to Sabina, and Fstell l t-nner bark to 'he Fennur farm. Mrs. Mt liauiel will oc- , I'Tcrtv vacated by Mr. Femur, I ' I Kicliurds A Pro, are selling goods cheaper I limn ever knaw u Greenfield. Monday, February 15, 1886. THEY SAY. it I I ' m. lust Wednesday Whitton was standing on top of tho nuilli bound local freight giving orders to a new hand on the train. While en- gaged in talking the train ran on to what is known a tho Miller bridge, a short distance ljf MBtl ul ala)llt fliur I .ilrH H.mtli of tl.i jhuob, al Wlmion a i murk on tlm lieail l.y a cron timber of the j lirulc aiil killed iuatantly. Ho was kuorked i from tho train ami lim hoily fi ll in a lifrlcsB '"'"I' '" bottom of tlie neck In-low, dm Mr.Jolm ,"fttU'" "'v-tive or thirty feet The ' f. ill f rum tho tram ami esraped in of N. of i now That T. Itnd resident of Cineiu- nali. That the M. F. . revival t'iw n. stirring up the That the i e 1 thick. That busiut'ss Paint Creek is over a foot of all kind too dull for comfort. T mt revival of buMueris will return with th blue bird-. That. Itobert liyrani is still rpiito sick with rheumatism. That MWs Dcllie Shingles is 'jnite sick from a severe cold. That tho intended fox chane last Monday was a failure. That tho warm spring-like day last Monday was welcomed. '1 hat the First I'resbytei ian Church is hav good meetings. That the health of Greenfield aud vicinity is generally good. That everybody will ha pleased when the robins nest again. That several now residences will be erected hi r: this summer. That the Teachers Association will be heid in tho Town Hull. That the M. E. Church was over crowded last Sunday night. That Leslie Limes if talking of engaging in the coal trade here. That the M. E. revival has caused a clack in business at the rink. The revivals of religion are pretty general all over the entire State. That nobody is making money but the coal dealers and butcher. 1 hat the candidates for Marshal are too numerous to mention. That skating has not been enjoyed as much this winter as formerly. That Baldwin A Coover, t lie new job print ers, are advertising largely. That Foraker, Kennedy, and Poorman have grown to be lb-publican lions. That two-thirds of the men you meet now say "good hording" (bad colds 1. That tho unearthing of the Cincinnati elec tion frauds is just tho right thing. That our calaboose is occupied evory night by the floating population (tramps). That Jake Zinneokcr, the barber, is now a resident of Cincinnati. Uy-by, Jake. That President Cleveland would do well to keep our present postmaster in office. That several of our citizens tat down on the pavement last week but not from choice. That Foraker Imh done a holy thing in abol ishing the Cincinnati Police Commission. That Professor Moler is working hard to make tiio Teachers Association a success. Mr. Frank Nuzum is reported with fevt r. juite sick Mr. Fay Baldwin is still confined to with rheumatism. Ins bed Arthur, son of J. I1. Morrow, id quite sick witn lunamation or the stomach. Did you notice how pleased Dr. G. B. An shutz looks '! Well, he's pa again. The Western iVver has struck this section rpiite i'orceablo. Several famines will leave within three or four week to locate indiffer ent parts of tho West. Mr. S. Heidingslield, tho clothier, has about recovered from his recent bad cold. He says, "Fm about all right ai;am, only a little hoi so yet." meaning a little hoarse. The young man from tha country who fell fast aoleep in church a few evenings since, ' now carries a black spot ou his nose, wliere ' that organ came in contact with the Heat. j IheiUg po.eon tho Town Hall steeple has repaired and put back in place again, j stars and stripes were run up at half mast , in respect to the memory of General W. S. Hancock. r v u i ,n ti i -i i I Lithe W alter Mcdi-atli, while 1 uummj down street lat 1 hursday morning ran into some , school children and was knocked down, with great force striking ns nose an -J mouth on the stone pavement, cutting his hp and injuring j ins nnH0 t'a,.v- We think from developments that it must f have heen a mistake about Colonel Donavin's ! grip-saei; neing riueuoi documents containing important evidence in the Coal Oil Pavne ; bribery esse. It must have beeu his gun that j was rilled instead of his grip sack. One small young fox was the result of the I fox drive held near this place last Saturday. A great crowd of men and boys took part in the j drive. Four foxes wtre encircled in tho ring but throe broke through aud made pood their escape. The fourth, a young one, was caught aud killed. Mrn. Delilah Irwin, the aged widow of Wil liam T. Irwin, and mother of Mrs. D, A. Le Fevro, died at her home, the reeiidoncn of Mr. LeFevro, on East Main street, last Saturdav morning, Feb. l;Uh. in about the 74th year of her age. Her death was the result of ht&rt disease and dropsy. The revival meeting at tlie M. E. Church still continues, and from the interest mani fested each night it may continue yet for some weeks to come. None of the workers Beem tired but all work with as much zeal as when the meetings first began. L'p to last Friday night, tho 12 inst , fiftv-niue had united with the church and seventy-two converted. Tho well known young man who almost nightly atten ted tho M. E. Church last week and chewed tobacco dtiri ig the services, and spit on the carpet, leaving nasty spots as big as a man s hat, would do well to stay at home until lie can conduct himself like a gentleman when in the church. Ho is now baing watchud and if caught at Biich work again, he will find his little chewing business very dear pastime. Johu Scott, colored, was arrwsted last Mon day by Marshal Powell, charged with stealing from the sate at Welsheimer's tlour mill. Mr. Welsheimer alleges that the money was taken at two different times, $5 the first aud flhthe second time. Only a few cents were found on Scott's person at the time of his ar- rest, and ho stoutly denies taking the money. The aiUir was compromised by Scott paving back the .t. The only evidence against Scott was. that he was tho only person about the mill except the regular bauds, when the money was taken. Ouite a sensational cutting affray took plaee here on East Main street near Sellers' grocery, last Thursday evening, between William ('reamer and David North, Creamer using the kinfu and cutting quite a long gash in the ilenhy part of North's left arm, between, tho shoulder and elbow. The cause of the trouble between the men we could not learn. Cream er was arrested and airaigned before his Honor, Sipiiro William Uughey, for trial Fri day, which resulted iu ( reamer pleading guilty to tho charge of assault and battery and being fined tl'J aud coBts, Another victim is recorded against the O. S. Railroad. This time it is Mr. George Whitton, a brakeman. The circumstances of his death are about as follows . About one o'clock p. ftiuimu iuiu-ii iiijiuy. ttuiuou nau not been I ri ini on tins road but a Hlinrf tin., hut . .. 1 railroatl man. His bodv was picked up and brought to this station on Ins tram, and It ft hero until about 2 Hil o'clock whau it was taken to Springfield on the mail train. He had been married about three months and was living at Circleville, Ohio. His death was instantaneous, ami the force with which he caiiio iu contact with the bridge was terrible, almost knocking Ins head from his shoulder. IU w as struck iu the bark of Die head, which fortunately prevented his face from bsing mashed beyond recognition. Your Interests First. llewttie of worthless imitations of Dr. Jones' Utd Clover Touie. 'lhe genuine cures all trouble tif the stomach, liver aud kidneys, anil all blood disorders. '1 lie best tonit; and appeti.er known. Price SO cents, of W. It. Smith .V Co. Pure Hock wheat Flour al the .1 ill'. M !ns. tri' tk Co., HilN lluckeye torn. II New Lexington Saturday, February 13, 1886. Hay balers are thick and are hiling all the surplus hay. It. T. McClure visited relatives in VanWert county the ast week. Mrs. Emma Powell wan visiting Lewis ilos kins' family last week. Mrs. Lydia Conard, of New Vienna, is trying to buy property in our village. Miss SiiHio Hamilton, of Cincinnati, is the guest of the Misses liehymer. Drummprs are plenty, furnishing our mer chants with their spring goods. Mrs. (loo. Collins, of Westboro. was the guest of relatives here last Thursday. Mrs. (i. Hoskins and Mr. Ida Hodson visit -ed relatives in Hlllsboro last Monday. We have a carriage painting shop in our vil lage again. It is run by Samuel Orilhth, of Leesburg. Mr. J. H. Marconet, of Iiuford, ()., has moved to our town ami opened up a first-class beef shop. I'ncle John Stretch, who is upwards of years of ago, is lying very low, with but little hopes of recouery. Mrs. MaryCowne, of Perry ville, and Mrs. 11, Borden, of Brown county, are the gnestH of Joseph Hopkins and family. C. S. Brown will sometime this spring, move to New Vienna,, where he intends to go into tho blacksmith business. Joseph McClure and J. H. S'urkey are mak ing arrangements to bgin their new bmldn.tf on Kailroad street next week. C. S. Brown has sold his residence on Fast Main street to Mr. James Swisshelra. of New Market, who w ill move into it soou. Arthur George has sold his blacksmith shop on Mam street to James Swisshslm, of New Market, and is now look.ng for a situation in some other locality. ''The bet. on earth"' can truly be said of Griggs' Glycerine Salve a speedy cure for cuts, bruises, scalds, burns, sores, piles, tetter. ati'l all healer. skin eruptions. Try this wonje 2. cents. Guaranteed. NORTH UNIONTOWN. February 12th, 1886. Quite a number of our boy attended the fox drive Wtduesday. Lev. William Calvert, of Belfast, is holding a protracted meeting at the Dunkard Church. Mr. George Yerger, afier visiting friends here for two week, returned to his home at Sabina. Bev. Johu Garman, of Sinking Spring, oc cupied tho pulpit at the Dunkard Church last Sunday. Mrs. F.Iizabeth Lewis, who died at tin resi dence of her son in Martinsville, Clinton county, on the third of February was brought here for interment on the fifth, and as the sun went rlowu behind the western horizon all that was mortal of Mrs. Lewis waa lowered in the Krave. There aro nineteen metals more valuable than gold, but no remedy which will compare with Bigeiow's Positive Cure for coughs and colds. A prompt and pleasant euro for all throat aud lung troubles. 3D cents and tl. Ail BETHEL. February 13th, 1886. laneouH Broblems-T. W. Roberds : History bee,, War of i8i2-Miss Mella Shaw ; Grammar fhe Analvsis and Parsing-Ira Booth, n , . t .. . , ., ue inst. was the occasion of a double "'""Prise at the resulenee of Mr. G. W. Shaw, in liUMr of Char-he Shaw's birthday, and also for yilM Klla Templin. Tne recipients were kepfc in lXirknem othe aT1rprise until about 7 u-cll,cki wlien fortv of tliir friends came in. Tue tabie WM 8(X,n elegantly spread with the best of eatables, which were heartily enjoyed by ail. After supper there was music, social chat, and a good tune in general. seriously pick. Mr. John Heed contemplates going West Mr. Jonas Rotroft anil wife visited relatives in Ripley this week. Mrs. Mary Wiggins returned to her home at Pana, HI., last Friday. Following is the programme for the Bethel T. and S. I. to be hold Feb. lit : Goographv Aoln T,., 1.,.o . " I Griggs' Glycerine Salve. Th.i reat wonder healer has no eiual for ruts, bruiseH, scalds, burns, wounds, and all other sores; will positively cure piles, frost bites, tetter and all skin etuptions. Satisfac tion or monev refunded. 2o cents, (let the best of V. J!. 'Smith A Co. ly SICILY. February 11th, 1886. 1 ' Miss Minnie Diinranson, of Sardinia, in vis iting friends here. l'.ev. Bribes has protracted meeting iu ses sion at Suartree llid'e. Her. Heard, of SiiKartree Ilidge, preached at Iiuford last Sunday nij;ht. Meeting still in session at Sardinia at both churches, 1'rea'uyteriau and Methodist. Kev. Vanderman commences a series of meet ings at Toil's School-house uext Saturday. Mr. W. A. Cumberland, of Winchester, paid a flying visit here withiu the past few days. The Ilrown County Teachers' Association met at Mt. Orab last Saturday. It was a very cold day and the audience was small. The meeting was called to order by placing Mr. Milton Kdgmgton in the chair, and appointing Miss Nannie Iionby, secretary. Mr. W. H. rennell had charge of the Grammar Depart ment, in which the teachers had a lively dis cussion. They theu adjourned until half past one. Mr. Schilling took charge of Oeopraphv and Mr. Eli Sroiile of History. Prof. Michel, of Georgetown, delivered a very entertaining lecture. Messrs. J. F. Moberly, Joseph Young and H. Hosa were thon chosen a committee to arrange the program for the next meeting, which will bo the tirst Saturday in Marrh. Wm. lilark, Abingdon, Iowa, was cured of cancer of the eye by Iir. Jones' lied ('lover Tonic, which cures ait blood disorders and dis eases of the stomach, liver aud kidneys. Tha best tonic aud appeti.er known. 00 cents. All druggists. SAMANTHA. February 13th, 1886. Miss Lena Carey, of Hlllsboro, spent Suudav at home. Mr. Clay Kelly, of Cyntliiaua, was visiting friends here last week. Recorder Hugh Vance spent a part of last week here with Joseph F.lton. Mr. Harkens, of Maryland, is visiting the ! family of Wm. Junes, this week. ! Messrs. F.. Q. West and L. A. Donohoo are spending their leisure hours reading law. Mr. Lew llidgway left last Tuesday for Ne braska, where he will make his future home. John Stewart and wife, of New Market, spent last Suuday here with W. W. W est and wife. Mr. James Tharp, Jr., of Lyndon Station, was iu our community Iwt week buying cattle. Miss Anna Hsines, of Oak drove, has bum visiting I.eroy Clemens' family the past week. Miss Sallie McLaren returned home last week after a few days' visit with relatives near Ceu terlield. l'rof . Mlrowu, the prestigiator, gave an eu tertainmeut here Saturday uight to a fair-sized audit-uce. Mr. Wallace lingers anil wife spent Sunday near New Vienna, tho guests of Mr. John Pow ell aud wife. Misses May and Maud Wright, of New Isl ington, were visiting Misses llettie and Tacy Jones last week. Mr. CharPe Carey spent last week lu Wil uuiigtoii, where he intends engag -ig in tha wagou-uiaking trade. Key. J. H. l'umphrey is holding a series of very inteieHting meetings at Auburn Chapel, there being ten accessions so far. Messrs. C. 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