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o. ' '! "S --prw ' sflpv" - o ft NEWS-HERATJ), HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 185)1. 5 Jijr 1 ri If Sa k tgfte lfows'cyaM OFFICE IN POST-Of FICE lUlLDING DECEMBER 3, 1801 Major F. P. Dyer, of Wilmington, was in town Saturday. Ml'ss Fannie McKuhan visited ber sister, Mrs. Sam Logau, ut Wotwood Jfest week. k H. V, Lefever took his Thanksgiving dinner in Wilmington with his sister, Mrs. F. P. Dyer. 'prof. Major and family spent Thanks giving in Greenfield, tho guests of Mrs. Major'B mother. Miss Mndge Carson has returned from n several weeks' visit with friunda nnd relatives In Cincinnati. U-. . Clem McConnaughey and Will Hahn Attended the BUt ery A hop at Green field Thanksgiving evening. Frank Doggett, formerly a clerk with Seybert A Co., but now of Cincinnati, Bpent Thanksgiving with his parents in this place. r , Mrs. R. T. Hough and Miss Lucy Bell Smith are the guests of Mrs. Robert .-Sweigert, nee Miss Mary Armstrong, at Lexington, Ky. John Achor brought into this office last week some ears of corn, some of which measure 13 inches in lenght. How ' is that for corn ? v. Will H. Walker, who has, been quite . ilt for the past week, was taken to his home in South 8aiem, where iUs hoped he will improve faster. 'There was no preaching at the Presby terian Church on Sunday evening, owing tr ihe illness of its pastor, Dr. McSurely. He is suffering frbm a very severe at- tnck of grip. ; " All members of Carson Camp S. of V. are requested to meet in their rooms on Thursday evening, December 3d, for the election of officers. ' Guy H. Kennedy, First Sergeant. . m Frank Ayres Bays he thought- ho would never again "kiss his love again behind the kitchen door," but as he is able to be around again ho thinks he will, with her permission. lie has had the grip. Mrs. Chas. Murry, of Tacoma, Wash.. Maggie Ja-ttre-guest of her aunt, Mrs. Irene, on East Walnut street Mrs. lurry has hosts of friends in this place ". . . . . . Vho will no doubt rememder her, as I.Miss'Jenuie Richards tf&A ?. W. it is predicted by some one that from, theTtect that Christmas comes on Friday this year, the early winter will be cold and severe, while the spring will be early and pleasant, and when spring once commences it will stay with us We would like to know what Christmas coming on Friday has to do with either winter or spring. The many friends of Harry Spargur, Jr., will be delighted to know that he is recovering from his serious illness. About two weeks ago he was taken quite' ill at his boarding place in Cincin nati, where he has been attending Med ical College, and his family were sent for. His illness was of a typhoid nature and for several days his condition was really serions. His recovery from now on, however, it is hoped, will be rapid. o The Women's Relief Corps will serve oysters, ice cream and rake at the new building of the Hillsboro Lumber and Coal Co, on Thursday evening, Decem ber 10th.1 The public is asked to patro nize them liberally and aid then) in their good work. Pound packages of groceries will be auctioned off during tuo evening by Mr. Frank Ayres in his inimitable way. ' Admission free. The firm have very generously and kindly (donated the use of the room for the evening. A dispatch to the Enquirer of Friday from Winchester says; "One of tho most elegant Thanksgiving dinners ever given In this section was enjoyed to-day , at tho residence of Honf Ulric Sloane. ? Black tail deer, pheasants and other toothsome game wore devoured Among . the guests were Dr, Arthur Noble, Miss Lola Noble, Miss Annie Skinner, Mrs. Buckingham, of Chicago: Miss Marv PAM-lisle, Hillsboro; and Charles E ltTWilsonof,thiscity : Judne Loudon, of Georgetown, and Henrv Collins, latelv , elected Judge in this district. To the Edxtor of the HUUboro Gazette : In your last issue I see jou say by in sinuation that there were undue influ ences used in securing the signatures to the petition for the pardon of 'Joseph Slusser, and leave these statements in such b, condition that the public will he lead fo believe that I influenced the jurors to subscribe their names to said petition in an unlawful way. Ldo not .", r desire any piin-onal attack of one's In- tegrity or honesty of character or news , paper publicity. I deny the charge, or apparent charge, and demand that you in J our next issue exonerate me as to tha obtaining of the signatures to said .- pfluion for the pardon of Joseph Slusser, in'ao unlawful way, or that you make nnulu itti.vau oo 4n art... mw ninittin ')t was improper. - Idoeire plain statements and no'furtSer ineiauatioHs. ' . H..D. DAyis, PRECIPITATED. Mr. E. S. Pulse nnd Family Have a Narrow Escape from Instant Death Hjr Being thrown Down a Steep Embank ment Into Turtle Creek. LYNCimuno, O., Nov. 30 Last Thurs day night about nine o'clock E.S. Pulse, wife and three daughters, of Dodsonville, were returning home from church, When ascending a steep hill just south of town, along the banks of Turtle Creek, Pulse stopped to light a lantern and while in tho act of lighting it tho horse commenc ed to back, precipitating them down a steep embankment into tho creek, smashing the spring-wagon into smith ereens and violently hurling the occu pants into the water. On examination it was found that Miss Emma, aged about twenty-two, had n collarbone and shoulder blade broken, besides other bruises and scratches about the body; Miss Electa, aged about twenty, had a collar bone broken and badly bruised, both receiving their in juries by the horse falling on them. Mrs. Pulse was badly cut and bruised about the face and body; Mr. Pulse and other daughter escaped, however, with but slight injury. Misses Emma and Electa were in a very precarious con dition, Miss Electa being rendered un conscious for more than an hour, but their escape from instant death by being buried under the wreck and also in tho water was most miraculous. Mrs. James Patterson and Mrs. Trimble are quite ill. J. A. Mrs. B. F. Chaney is ill at her resi dence on East Main street. TheamountofThanksgivingcollection at the Presbyterian Chucrh $22.20. t S. G. Smith, Esq., cf Wilmington, was in town on Thursday on legal business. Mrs. Albert Matthews entertained the "Whistlers" Friday evening nt a Thanks giving dance. Mrs 0. H. Collins and her daughter, Mm. Fred Fitch, are spending this week in Cincinnati. m Mrs. Erskine Carson attended the funeral of Mr. John Roads Alston at Ohillicothe last week. There will be a box supper at Miller's Chapel .Saturday night, December 12th. Proceeds for church purposes. Everybody cordially invited. ; ' Rev.- Merick Head preached at the Methodist Church Sabbath morning, al-' IBQigthe etenu-gnnd his audiences were' tieugmea,!? tie leit on oionuay morning lor bis home in Iowa. Members of the Relief Corps will bear in mind that the next regular meeting, Friday the 4th, is for election of officers for the year and a full attendance is de sired. President. i . The dedication of the new Presbyte rian Church at Belfast, which was to have taken place two weeks ago, but which was postponed, is announced to take place on next Sunday, December 6th. Everybody is cordially invited to be present. Mrs. Barbara Lucas, of New Boston, died suddenly on Sunday evening. She had attended chuich in the morning, class in the afternoon and in the evening while in the church was taken ill and expired a few moments ulter heing car ried home. Heart disease is supposed to have been the cause. The ladies having the "Cradle Songs" entertainment in charge desire to thank the business men for their generous ad vertising, Prof. Gall, of the College, the News Herald and Gazette for courtesies extended, the ladies and gentleman who eo ably assisted them, and the public for their patronage. Committee. Died At Lin wood, O., November 30th, 1891, at 8:45 p. in., Sallie M., wife of Oscar B. Grant, aged 41 years, 6 mouths and 24 days. Funeral Thurs day afternoon ut 1:30 ut the residence of Mr. M. W. Lane on West Walnut street, this city. Mrs. Grant was a daughter of Mr, J M. Doggett, a former resident of this place. Robertson & Holmes' Now York Ath enaeum Company will be at the Armory one week, commencing Monday, Decem ber 7th. This is the strongest repertoire company ever playing in Hillsboro. do Monday night and be convinced, A pertson holding a free ticket on Monday night will be admitted free if accompan ied by another having a paid reserved seat ticket. Tickets on sale at Gutridge & Fole's dining parlors. Reserved seals 35 cents, general admission 25 cents. Have we a Humane Society ? If so, where is it ? The number of old, decrepit and maimed horses we see on our streets every day, drawing heavy loads is posi tively a disgrace to the town, If a branch of the Ohio Humane Society does dot exhit in Hillsboro why not or ganize one, and if thero are not funds enough, there are certainly enough people in Hillsboro who are interested and who will try to keep the ball rolling. Let us do something, and in the name of humanity protect the dumb brutes. No other preparation combines the positive economy, tho peculiar merit and the medicinal power of Hood's Sarsapa-rilla. The Rnllroad Case. One of the most interesting coses tried by the Circuit Court last weck"was that of A. S. Cailey against the C. & M. Rail road Co. This case has been taken from court to, court unlit it has reached the Circuit Court and was decided on Thanksgiving. In order to test tho question as to tho liability of the stock holders to various creditors on the road, the stockholders claimed that they were released b'y the payment of 10 per cent., tho giving of n receipt by the directors of tho road and a cancellation of the stock by the Secretary of the company. The case was carried into this court on appeal from a decision of Judge Evans. The court found tho stockholders' were not legally released and held themjiable for the debts, which amount to $10,22(3 46; the amount of the costs is $lji80.52. It would require an assessment -of 30 percent, against the solvent stockholders to pay the debts and costs. Judgment is found against all solvent stockholders who are given 40 days in which to pay the judgment, in default of which ex ecution will issue. The claims allowed are about the same as those rendered by Judge Evans. Tho claim of '-Judge Thompson for services as President, und that of J. Q. Marshall were disallowed. The amount of solvent stock is about $33,000. ir'f -. , Taylor Shnll. A very pleasant affair took place at the residence of Henry Rhoades, Esq., last Tuesday evening, when his niece, Miss Mary Louisa Shull, one of High land county's very successful teachers, was married to Mr. Isaac Ellsworth Tay lor, a prosperous farmer of Madison township. Promptly at eight o'clock the bride, neatly attired in a wedding gown of cream albatros, entered the parlor on the arm of the groom, where Rev. James Murray, in the solemn and impressive Methodist ceremony, pronounced them man and wife, immediately after which an elegant supper was served. The'presents were many and useful. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor went immediately to the home of the groom, near Green field, followed by the congratulations and best wishes of their many friends. Lord Lytton is Dead. Tho Right Hon. Edward Bulwer Lytton, the British Embassador to France, died at his home in Paris last Tuesday. He was widely known as "Owen Meridith" and one of his most famous works was "Lucille." He also wrote "Jullen Fane, a Memoir," "The Political Works of Owen Meridith," "Tho Wanderer, A Collection of Poems in Many Lands." Lord Lytton's death was very sudden. He had been engaged in writing verses and retired to bed at half past 3 in the afternoon. About 4 o'clock a servant heard a sigh and hastened to his lordship's bedside. Lord Lytton was unconscious and ap parently lifeless. Transfers of Real Estate. Mary Moriarity and husband to Ashley Johnson, 07 acres, 2 rods, 11 poles, $3,902.75. ' D. Q. Morrow, ex'r estate of H. B. Eyler, to Minerva H. Eyler, 5 acre3, 9 square poles, $80. Rebecca M. Nelson to Henry H. Fen ncr, lot in Hillsboro, $800. George M. Cantly and others to Elijah L. Knox, Jot in Samantha, $600. MaryL Chapman to Samuel J. Lemon, 31J acres, $548 36. Henry N. Knefier to Francis O. Grable, 895 acres, $30,000. Marriage Licenses. Isaac Ellsworth Taylor and Louisa Shull. Mary John A. Bond and Mary A. Fox. James B. Bussey and Sarah G. Divon. James J. Hughes and Ma.-gie Spargur. Charles Wm. Zink and Rissa Maiio Fawley. Walter E. Smith and Ollie M. Medsker. Charles M. Minor and May Runyon. Matthew Cribbens and Kate Mc Carthy. Robert Stethem and Anna Shoemaker. John A. Zeek and Jessie L. McCann. Nothing does a druggist so much good as to have a medicine that he can guar antee every bottle to give" satisfaction. Beggs' Family Medicines are fully guar anteed, so you cannot fail to get satis faction when you call for them. Sold by Hopkins Brothers, Lynchburg, O. MARTIN S WEDDING, - ' The Merchant Tailors Offer special inducements to those who deBiro asty aid Iftell-EQade Garments They are able to make a suit for you TO. SUIT YOUR FIGURE! a N BOTH BODILY AND FINANCIALLY, a2 I IN o. 7 In. Jrligh bt., opp. tourt riouse. m V r KT VT1 i J T IT VHl ThrTCradle Hingi nf Many Nations. The "entertainment given on last Thursday and Friday evenings by the ladies of I lid Methodist Chinch was a very pleasant affair. As heretofore an nounced it consisted of the "Cradle Songs" of A number of nations, given in costume, interspersed with tableaux and recitations Tho costuming and acting of tho var ious mothers were excellent, but some of thorn did hot sing loud enough to ho heard in the back of the hall. Miss Edna Weh, assistant teacher In tho high Bl'hoolj eang "A Mother's Lullaby" very delightfully, her voice, a high soprano, showing skillful training. Tim cornet playing of Mabel Straight, a ten year old frirl; is indeed wonderful. Miss Straight is a sister in law of tho new ticket agent' the B, & .0 S, W. R R. and makes her' home In Hiltoboro. Tho abseucoof the oichestra on Thursday evening nade a break in tho programme, which wh well supplied on. the follow ing evening by little Mabel on the cornet and Muster Paul Ellifritz on the violin, with Mies Trimble as accompanist. Dances" very charmingly. Hol land's "Cradle Song" and ) Whlttier's "PIpb for the Wee Folk" were also well given. The three tableaux of "The Christen ing," a scene from "Bitter-Sweet," and of the various mothers were attractive features of the programme 'The ladies having the matter in charge are to be congratulated on the artistic success, although tho threatening weather .nadn the fluancial returns not so large as they had hoped, still quite a sum was raised, which will be used towards tho indebt edness incurred in repairing the organ last summer. List of Putenls Granted this week to Ohio inventors. Reported by C. A. Snow & Co., opposite U. S. Patent office, Washington, D. C, solicitors of American and foreign patents : O. Anderson, Defiance, washing ma chine ; J. S. Blackburn, 'Salem, wire feeding device; F. P Circle, Springfield, wheel ; F. L." Connable and T V. Harper, 'Xenia, electrical surgical instrument; J. A. Crisp, Jefferson, therapeutic elec trie battery; F, JE. Drury and O C.Clark, Cleveland, hinge ; G. N. Engert, Spring field, electric cigar lighter; D. A Fisher, Justice, perpetual calendar; Wj K. Hance and R. F.Redicfe,Spencerville,belt fasten er; W. S. Hayes, Troy, electric arc lamp; W. R. Jeavons, Cleveland, hydrocarbon burner; T. KeoghandO. F. Lockmau, Springfield, carpet stretcher and tacker ; E. W. Kremer, Wadswortir,Bewing ma chineotorJfT. Lemon, Columbus, steam engine ; J. J. Roshong, Canton, permutation lock 5 0., Monjeau, Middle town, sand filter; J. D Perkins and G. Ganderton, Kenton, combined latch and lock ; L. M. Reed, Cleveland, wooden package; S. Rufer, New Philadelphia, pliers. $ About the Convention. Tho contest for tho honor of entertain ing the Nationl Convention, which eight or ten of the leading cities of the country took part in, proves anew tho growing power and popularity of tho Republican party, says the Cleieland Leader. It's a good sign, one that augurs much, when a delegation of enthusiastic citizens and Republicans cross the continent and make a long and vigorous plea for the privilege of expending much time, hard labor and good caah for the sake of the party to which they belong. When men come from California, Omaha and the great and growing North-west to the capital of the country for this purpose it shows that they are made of the stuff that won them a flag in 1776 and saved it in 1861. The convention to be held next year will without a doubt be the largest that has ever been held by the Republican party. It will bring together all tho great leaders of the party, and the leaders multiply with amazing rapidity, and will moreover strengthen tho faith of the men who have been fighting beneath its standard. Tuesday, January 5th, 1892, Is the time when the Winter Term of the College opens. A thorough and critical review of the common branches, instruction in mathematics, science, language, music, book-keeping, business penmanship, commercial law, shorthand, typewriting, etc., are among tho oppor tunities offered. Tuition, payable in ad vance, is only $10 for the twelve weeks. Court I The four Official Reports, U. S. Govern't, Bulletin No. 10 ; Canadian Gov't.Bulletin No. 13 ; Ohio Food 'Commission, and N. J. Food Commission, show Cleveland's Baking Powder strongest of all pure cream of tartar powders, yielding (average) 12.87 percent, carbonic acid gas. The Scientific American, after a most careful examination of the Official Reports, says : ' " The show ing Cleveland's makes, compared with all the principal brands, is sitch as to put it emphatically at the head! MR. UI'ADS TONE'S WIFE Is Uoiotr to Tell our Mothers How She Trained Her Children. Mrs. William E. Gladstone, has long been known as one of tho most motherly women 111 England. When a young wife, years ago, she bfgan to make a careful study of the bringing up of child ren. No trouble was too great for her to spend upon the children which came to her, and that she succeeded in lluding the best methods is attested by the posi tions which her children occupy in Eug laud today. What 'required years of labor for her to learn, Ais, Gladstone husnow consented to tell in a series of articles which will be published in The Ladies' Hume Journal, of Philadelphia, during 1802. Mrs. Gladstone calls her series "Hints from a Mothei's Life," and in her articles she will tell what should be a young mother's first step with her baby; a child's best surroundings ; how to wash and dress an infant; what an ideal nursery bhould be ; how a chilu can be kept healthy, and gives, besides, some rules which are destined to become standard. The articles will ho likn n a manual for the nuruery, nnd thousands of American mothers u ill rtnri Mrs Gladstone's words. It is seldom that a women of Mrs. Gladstone's high position writes on such a pratical subject, -and this fact will lend all the more interest to this series in the Journal. It is said that Mrs Gladstone was naid 'an unhr- mous price for the articles, and it is credituble to I he enterprising publishers that they had tho liberality to secure and place such material before American mothers. M.A.;ElR.IESr. SMITH MEDSKER At the resi dence of the hride's father, on Thanks giving day at high noon, by Rev. J. II. Middleton, Mr. Walter E Smith and Miss Ollie M. Medsker, both of Auburn Chapel vicinity. Highland county, Ohio. BUSSEY DIVENS At the residence of Rev. J I Taggart in Rainsboro and by him November 25th, 1891, Mr. James B. Bussey and Mrs. Sarah C. Divens, both of Highland county. i Unclaimed Letters. Lift of aucl&imo1 lottnro remaining in th Pout office at Hillsboro. Noveraber26th, 1891. Allen Lee Lewis M A. Bishop Cburles Lrmna I H Oram JameH B M&bnn Jis Davia Thug Stevens Tom Barber W O (11) Stronp O M Hill Jos H t inkln lacob Uewit J D Wbalt-y Nancy neasa nay advertised letters in omuB foi tbe above. Ebskine Oakbok, P. U Death of hu Editor. Mr. L. P. Ort, proprietor of the Daily Irontonian, died at his home in Ironton last Friday night, after a few days' ill ness of inflammation of the bowels. Al though he was known to be a very sick man his death was unexpected. There's a good deal of guarantee busi ness in the store keeping of to day. It's too excessive. Or too reluctant. Half the time it means nothing. Words only words. This olTer to refund the money, or to pay a reward, is made under the hope thai, you won't want your money back, and that you won't claim the reward. Of course. So, whoever is honest in making it, and works not on his own reputation alone, hut through the local dealer, whom you know, must have something he has faith in back of tho guarantee. The business wouldn't stand a year without it. What is lacking is confidence. Back of that, what is lacking is that clear honesty which is above the "average practice." Dr. Pierce's medicines are guaranteed to accomplish what they are intended to do, and the makers give the money back if the result isn't apparent. Doesn't it strike j ou that a medicine,! which the makers have so much confi dence in, is tbe medicine for you? The enormous sale of Swamp-Boot proves conclusively its great merit. It is a discovery of one of the best and most successful physicians who yearly treats thousands of the worst cases. No house hold is complete without it. Try a bottle. Bold by Seybert & Co., druisgists. MISCELLANEOUS. Lost Lady's purse containing large gold band ring. Finder please leave at this office. Wantkd-To Rent A good farm tar from 3 to 5 years, for corn, tobacco, Ac Referenco given. 'Ehwaeb Tamme. .. Turn nmnll forma trull lmK.n....j town, will sell at low prices Or exchaai ior iunu property n. U, UAVIS. fry W. Ii. Smith & Co.'s Compondi Cough Syrup. It will cure co:ili, ..-oldfe. croup, hoarseness, Bore throat and th grip. ' m Wanted A representative for Amer ican Accident, Co , nf iLonisville, Ky Address Fuck & Wkbiier, State-Agnnts,3"9 Arcade, Cleveland, O. For chapped hunds.'lips and the com plexion use Fragrant Cream Lotion It is excellent 'to use after-shaving. Pre pared ouly by W. R. Smith & Co., clruv gists. , Ynu are invitpd to our store on Fridajr und Saturday, December 4th and 5tb, of this week to witness the preparing and. baking of 'mince pies' from None Sack. Condensed Mince Meat,- which will be nerved without charge. This is a treat Bo sure and come. '",'. Richard's, Zink &. Co. O ; An active agent wanted in every town ship for the most interesting and attract ive war book ever published Sells the moment it is Miown. "Corporal" Tan ner says "it is like looking over a lot o old photographs." General Gibson says,, "a vivid picture of the last' . thrillingr events of the great drama.": Every American citizen wants it.- Anto make from $3 to $10 per dav. Address. Edmund N. Hatciieii, ColHtnbu, Ohio. House For Kale. Elaht-room house on East Walnut street. In (rood repair. Lare lot, welt , watered. For sale cheap. Inquire ofc A. Ilarmau, agent. To Teachers nnd Advanced Stndeats.. Will you teach in tho spring or next winter? Then you will want a certifi cate before the time when it is lorl to hire. The wise prepare for opportunitiet and you will want to attend the Winter Term of the College, which opens Tues day. January 5th, 1891, cuntiiumgr twelve weeks. o Don't Forget That Chas. Richards is selling out bis stock of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Furnishings, Underwear, Yarns. Flan nels, Cloaks, Seissors, Butcher Knives, etc., ect.. at wholesale pricis, at actual cost, and he intends to continue m-lling-them out until all are sold You want to go and see him before yon buy if you. want to huv cheap. Look for the sign over the door that says "Selling Outr" two doois North of John Muithewa' grocery, opposite Court Houso square. North High S'reet. Rapid Transit In the Great Cities. The letters of General Sherman now being published in the Cosmopolitin are unique ; in fact, so far as tho writer knows, they are the only letters ever written in the midst of hostilities by a great general to his daughter. We have tue brief letters of Napoleon to Joseph ine, but there is nothing at all re sembling the Sherman letters to bo found in the literal ure of war. Thev nut unl throw a new light upon the character uf the great man himself, but upon the operations then in process of being car ried out. The second aud last paper, which appears in the December Cosmo politan, is unique in another resptct that it is illustrated by a mau who eat at Sherman's mess table during the cam-' paigns of which he writes to his daughter; This tnost famous of war artibtw, Theo dore R. Davis, is still alive, and supple ments the Sherman letters by a very in teresting paper of his own and a great number of sketches which he made at the time. Perhaps the article in the December number which will he read with the widest interest is that on "Itapiu Transit," by Captain Lewis M. Haupt, which is illustrated by every conceivable suggestion that has been made upon rapid transit. Mrs. Burton Harrison begins a new novel, "The Daughter of tho South," and another southern article is by a gentlemen who was a Confederate officer, and is entitled "Social Life in Richmond During the War." T V. Powderly contributes an article under the Christmas heading "Ou Earth Peace, Good-Will Toward Men;" explaining the great progress made in the cause of humanity during the past twenty five years. The number contains 140 illutttrationsbysuch famous artists as Wilbon de Meza, O. D. Gibson, Count Jacassy, Theodore R. Davis, Dan Beard, Lee Woodward Zcigle.r and George Wharton Edwards. . m . Followine is a lit-tof pensions obtained by A. D Wiggins this week : John Hen derson, J. H Keech, O. S. Clements, Orange Louderback, Florenz Sellner, Sarah Huston, Mary A. Hurst, John Baker, Doratha Weisflock, James H. Liekens, J. J. Boalright, M. G. Snet-d, S. R. Mount, M, J. Barrett, M. E. Free man. Increase John B. Butler, Nicho las Blanton, William Spruance, W. S. Patterson, Andrew CanifT, Joseph Banks, Adam Kress, William Boyle, Jos. H. Mullenix, J. R. Morrow, J. E. J, Dill, W. L. Funner, Israel Tato, W. D. Williams, V. Cook Smith, A. M Stan fortb, Thomas Cooper, Peachy U. Lyle, 8. C. Pemberton, D. y.. Taylor, II. n. Sauders, J. M Cooper, Jeremiah Lynch, William Dunlap, Jacob Wisecup and Hugh McDevitt. Take Simmons Liver Regulator for headache, constipation, indigestion or biliousness. l t Ch t l m & i m . -i 11 uf.U ,j. ,t, ij !.VKfi ksd'MisJiM J?T. . -.t :i:th ,v,&.. '! Glutei : x 5'V,".j, ' ' . -v .' .,r r " ir v iv 1 5 . . . n : 'rt .-..). . . . . '