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n;kws-herald, hillsboro, o. Thursday, December 3, 1891.
In reading over the literary Items of
flie week, I found not much to interest
ne, until my eye caught sight of an
article headed "Jenk' Dream.'' Imag
ine my surprise to find it ended up with
a recommendation to use Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets. Ncrertholess, being
great sufferer from sick headache, I
determined to try them, and, to my great
Joy, I found prompt relief, and by their
protracted use, a complete immunity
from such attacks. Pierce's Pellet
ften cure sick headache in an hour.
They are gently laxative or actively
cathartic, according to size of dose.
As a pleasant laxative, take one each
sight on retiring. For adults, four act
as an active, yet painless, cathartic.
Cause no griping cr sickness. Best
Liver Pill ever made. Smallest, Cheap
est, Easiest to take. For Constipation,
Indigestion and Bilious Attacks, they
have uo equal.
Manufactured at the Chemical Labo
ratory of the World's Dispenbabt
Medical Association, No. 663 Main
Street, Buffalo, N. T.
New Cloaks, Gapes and
New Hosiery, Gloves
Large additions to our
stock of Ladies'Misses'
Some great bargains in
Staple Cotton Goods.
Carpet Stock again in
Don't fail to see us be
Snnr I Ci.
East Main Street.
November 23, 1801.
Notice of Accounts Filed.
The executors, adininintrators, guardians,
trontecB and aBnitfneea of the following Darned
estates hare filed tbeir accounts in tbe Probate
Court of Highland county, Obio, for settle
ment, and tiaid accounts will be for hearing on
Mnnriav, tbe 4th day of January, A, D. 1893,
at 10 o'clock a m :
L. 13. ud K. O. Falrley, adm'r of James W.
Fin r ley.
George Uilncr, adm'r of J U. Mlluer.
E Carxon, adm'r of John Puibbo.
O. N Ham, ndm'r ot Alfred dkeen.
B M. Mfwkey, adm'r of W. K MacVoy.
H. II. ltrdkuy, gd'nof Ellen Mane ilether
incton ami othtrj
II. 8. Fnllei ton, fid'n of Jane Nelson.
L. It. Dnckwall, gd'u of Jobn Itunyon.
John Wlllott, gd'u of Gourga Willett and
3 W. Ilughey, adm'r de bonis uon cf W. P.
J. r. Y ankle, adm'r of Samuel Pdtton.
Lbuoy Kelly, Piobate Judge.
Best In the Wurld II. & 0. South
The "Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern
Limited" leaving Cincinnati at 7:20 p.
m. d.iily is an entirely now train to the
Eddt, and runs nolid to Washington and
.Baltimore with Pullman Buffet Sleeping
Cars to Philadelphia, New York and
Button. This train is vestibuled through
out, heated with steam, lighted with
Pintscb gas, carpeted and is also provid
ed with tho anti telescopic device, and
lias convenient toilet accessories for
gentlemen and ludtes. The pars are pat
terned after the famous "Royal Blue
Liue" cars running via the B. &. 0
between Washington and New York and
are the finest ever turned out by the
Pullman Sbop3. Tho New York Express
leaves Cincinnati daily at 8:15 a. in ,
run? solid to Washington and Baltimore
and has Pullman Buffet Sleepers to Phil
adelphia and New York. No extra fare
is charged on B. & 0. Express or Limit
Connecting trains leave St. Louis via
the Ohio A Mississippi Railway at 8 a.
m. uud 6.05 p. m. with through Pullman
Sleepers to New York.
For through tickets, sleeping car
berths or other information, inquire of
ticket agents of connecting lines or ad-
.dress any representative! of thoB. & O.
, -V j4i. fy. U- E. ilA n XZ.5lZS&y! rimHwn," " f V Eaat Main StrMt " uT"WiWf Th.y are small, swoat, tlons ,wltbacbr packs, For wis by &
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IL ''UJi'w,r;":iSf:.-i. i&JalJ:-' 'Ai? l' JAMty ..&" 'v. . ,. ..jtiNto 'v-ikA.
fiM- ' in tfi- intfigMBrKfr-nt rttomwmmar.'rtk'K'it, -TttiMMmBr- -s''''inamwimmmm rtriTi TTirnrnin ;,m.waasy!i;
Why go to
To buy cheap books when you
can get them at home for the
samo price or less ?
Call at our storo and look
over oar stock of
Books at 35 Gents per Volume
Standard Novels, printed on
fine paper, elegantly bound in
best English cloth, stamped in
black and gold,with head bands
and silk book-marks.
However, these" you can buy
any day in the year, but have
you stopped to think that there
are but 30 days remaining in
which to select your Holiday
Goods ? Have you considered
the great advantage of select
ing your presents early? To
avoid the rush and get the best
selections you should make
your purchases at once. Our
stock has been opened this
early to accommodate those
who take time by the forelock
and buy such goods when they
can get the pick of the lot.
If you want- a Doll, great or
small, we are the people. Chi
na Dolls, elegant Bisk Dolls,
with elegantly jointed kid bod
ies. It takes time to make
doll clothing; buy early. Dress
ed Dolls, beautiful "little men"
and "big boys," Doll Heads,
Doll Bodies, Rag Dolls, Doll
Carriages,Caps, Sleds, Swings,
Chairs, Cradles, Cribs, Bed
steads, Bureaus, Kitchen Sets,
Dining-room, Hall and Parlor
Sets, Stoves, Ranges, Washing
Sets, complete Doll outfits from
a Kid Slipper to a Saratoga
Trunk. , i
; 'Two columns of the paper
would not hold full details of
the Dolls and other things we
have for boys and girls. Nearly
every conceivable thing may
be found in our store, which is
Santa Clans' Main Warehouse I
Sleds, Wagons, Carts and
BarrowSjCabins, Fences, Plows
and Harrows, Horses, Cattle,
Sheep and Donkeys, Dogs and
Hogs, Cats and Monkeys.
Those who com to look stay
to buy. Our collection is un
approachable and our prices
should be irresistible to the
wise women of Hillsboro and
IN MECHANICAL TOYS!
You will find some surprising
things as well as a large quan
tity. Games, Balls, Harps,
Horns, Guns, Iron Fire Wag
ons, Engines, Carts, Patrols.
While in our largo stock of
Glassware. Queensware, Wall
Paper, backed by a large ex
perience and familiarty with
the tastes of our customers, jus
tifies us in saying that we are
better fitted to supply your
wants in these goods than any
We undoubtedly have- the
finest stock of Lamps ever dis
played in Hillsboro, and invite
your inspection of them.
Nov. 27th, 1891.
Notice U hereby Bjvn that tbe under,
aliened bM hen daly tippolntrt ed
aliened bM ren daly tippolnted and
quitUQed MMtputrator or (tie extate of
Holiday -''Winter Trade
Cal. Peaches, .
,lr' tf'i- '' -
Lemons, , -
Best Brands of
Poultry 4;,. iv .
Always in Stock.
Pickles in Bulk
N. O. Molasses.
At All Times.
We Make a Specialty of'
Fine Teas and
, Your patronage kindly so
licited. Satisfaction guar
anteed In every reSpect.
Richards, Zink& Co.
I A. IICK-TJr
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WALKER & SANTEE
Corner Main and High Streets, Hillsboro, Ohio.
4 All II HLI IA T l I Hi IH EiimiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiH if
MUlHMb! mi m ',mi
I offer 50 mostly real
Fine OVERCOATS to fit
boys from 5 to 12 years,
at less than you can buy
tbe clotb without lining,
Call and see tbem.
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and thinkers on all questions
of public interest ns the North
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Among contributors to early numbers
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A DCTY'TO YOUHHELF.
It is surprising that people will use a
common, ordinary pill when they can
secure a valuable English one for the
eamo monoy, Dr. Acker's English pills'
txeckpQMlwe am for sick-headache and
the device that transfers
from the rails to the motor and thus propels the '
car, a Pick-up. And those who wish to Pick Up
durable, well-made Overcoats, warm, serviceable
Underwear, good-fitting Shoes and neat Clothing,
at .reasonable prices, should patronize us. Pair
treatment and honest prices our rule, to -which
II Jm IP
That we have just opened a
of Fur-Trimmed, Silk-Faced
In all colors, upon which we have
PRICES FAR BELOW VALUE
on account of their late arrival.
These are PINE goods and not trash up to
date in cut, fit and finish.
See tlieni early, in our Cloak Department.
Prof. Millspaugh, of West Virginia,
has found a vine growing wild in tbe
mountains of Roanoke county which
bears delicious blackberries, but has no
briars at all, ,
Beggs' Little Giant Pills are the best
pill on the market for constipation, indi
gestion and all derangements of tbe
liver and bowels.
Each package contains nearly one half
more than the ordinary pill packages,
but oeuH at the same pnee. Full direc
Notice fo Hunters. '
We hereby give notice that hunting with dogt
or mitiB pu oar respective farms U poaitlrejy
forbidden. The law will be strictly enforced.
It M Montgomery
Chan R Hilton
K E Linn
Linn and Linn
M E Linn
Isaao B B'ada
Barney HammiU ,
Bamnel Coleajan , ,
Peter Hatcher -
O T Pope .,
MabUa (Mark ,
W H Oonaw r-
Hukq P Shepherd
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