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Wo lmvo no particular interest in the
(iri'pnfipltl postolfice and no antaponism
for the gentleman recently appointed,
but we liavo heard enough exleiiiporan-
ouh thunder from tho northeast to be
lieve that the Gazdte is ery seriously
deceived by tho report of universal satis
faction in that direction.
Tho Legislature passed an act, April
8th, making it imperative for Assessors
and Auditors to be correct in tho valu
ation of property, by prescribing a fine
of WOO, for all who fail to do so. It has
been customary for Assessors in High
land county and elsewhere, to agree up
on omu basis foi tho aluation of prop
el ty and this is all wrong. Tho law
specifies that property shall be consider
ed as worth what it would sell for just
u here it is, and one tract of land should
furnish no rule for tho valuation of an
other. Assessors are sworn to do their
duties ii respective of neighborhood,
customs and predecessor's practices and
their attempts to please property-holders
or white-wash their reports or main
tain n standard of valuation all over the
county, have resulted in the unfortu
nate condition of affairs, to which Goy
crnor Forakcr has called attention.
If the editor of the Gazette imagines
he is publishing a perfect newspaper
and giving universal satisfaction he may
luve some of the conceit taken out ot
him by carefully reading our, article
again. We are aware of his habit 'of
supposing that he is the embodiment of
perfection. We have mentioned this il
lusion on his part in the past, and will
probably have occasion to refer to it in
the future. He is eternally quibbling
about typographical errors and trying to
be funny about it. Knowing our faults
in that respect, in comuun with .all
other papcis, the Gazelle included, we
have tcfraincd from showing wherein
the latter paper was not a consummate
model of typography. Then he accuses
us xtt complaining about our contem
poraries. We suppose that means that
we complain of the Gazelle. Ab, there!
That expression is in itself a complaint
noout the News-Hei!lu, and is preced
ed and followed by complaints about us.
Behold how the complainer complains
about complaints ! As for lying about
our circulation, that would bo absind.
If w e w ere it w culd not be haid to prove
it. As it is, it is easy to proo that wo
are not. If Jpdge Dittcy will walk
down to our obliging Democratic Post
master and make a few inquiries he will
be able to ascertain the circulation of
the Xews-Hermj) without questioning
any of tho alleged liars from this office.
Labor is. Capital.
.Master Workman Powdcily has wi it
ten a letter to Jay Gould, intimating
serious consequences if the railroad
men do not accede to the demands of
the Knights. The last move in appeal
ins to tho w hole order is about as Bur-
prising as any that have proceeded it.
The strike against the Gould system was
uetftin for the alleged reason that an em
ploye of another road had been dis
charged. The Gould men have no con
trol over the other road, and the reason
assigned makes the strikers appear
simply silly. Now they threaten penal
ties'if'the company does not agree to
arbitrate and re-employ all the strikers.
Arbitrate what? The only difficulty
seems to be that the employes wanted
to knock off work and destroy property
for a while. Is it desired that the
hands receive extra pay for stopping
traffic, wrecking trains, "killing" engines
and beating officers to death ? It may
be denied by friends of the order that
the Knights were engaged in these
pieces of deviltry, but the fact that
some of ihem were shot during the un
fortunate occurrence at East St. Louis
the other day, proves conclusively that
many members of the order were min
gled in a crowd that hooted and jeered
at the officers and would not disperse
until it was fired upon. The deputy
sheriffs have received much condemna
tion and their conduct may have been
rash, but that does not alter the fact
that, had not the strikers been where
they had no business, no volley would
have been fired. v f j ' v
Tho reason the strikers did not, go 'to
work after the Gould-Powderly inter
view, was that they could not return in
a body. Hoxie and Gould refused to
discharge the men then at work to make
room for the strikers. What makes the
Knights so indignant is .that the rail-
ruuu uuuilJttuv la uoiuk vine ui kilo lu1
htrnmento of their order the boycott !
And why, verily, has not Gouldas much
right to boycott the Knights as they
have to boycott him or any other capi
talist., Mr. Whitely, at Springfield, boy.
cotted all the Knights in his employ be
fore they had an opportunity to boycott
him?"In the mania for striking that
raged recently, theCbmpion bands
would probably have struck, had noi
Whitely saved them the -trouble. The
ancient proverb about "sauce" as goose
food is here applicable.
Public sympathy Is, always with the
laboring classes, as it should be. But
when men cease to be laborers and be
come open violators of the law, public
approvildoes not follow them far. Tho
KnlgliUJintend to carry the strike
through on the donations of moneyed
gympilWt!,,! it win.hot take them
loaf 4Vlkcover how public eadone
aMt almost Mtirely deserted them.
,!? id, 4 M
Tho Senatorial Committee which has
been investigating the election of Henry
1). Payne has nt Inst filed its reports.
The majority of the committee, compos
ed of Republicans, finds sutlicient evi
dence to refer the caso to the United
Slates Senate, while the Democratic tnt
nority devotes several pages of manu
script to scattering remonstrances, pro
fuse denials, and rebuttal testimony.
If tho President marries Miss Folsom,
Hose Kliabeth will cease to be the first
lady of the land, and Elizabeth Cady
Stanton will have all her advising on the
subject of low-necked dresses to do over
again. Uy the by a correspondent of a
leading fashion journal leads us to infer
that the lady of tho White House is not
responsible for the prevailing extremes
in that line. The writer suggests that
Kvu furnished the model for the present
The idea that n man must leave an
office or position for no other reason
than that he has held it a long time is
all bosh. Wo do not mean to aver that
long service gives him prestige over any
other applicant, but fitness should de
termine everything. If he is capable
and energetic he has a right to hold it a
life-time, or longer if be should apply.
True, under our Democratic theory of
government, tho people have a right to
examine his work and remove or reap-
uoint him at stated intervals, but his
conduct should solely determine their
The Hillsboro correspondent of the
Leesburg Buckeye displays a gross ignor
ance of tho condition of our Infirmary
or else tho mean inhumanity of a miser.
In his letter in the last issue of that pa
per lie suggests that the county finarccs
are at present in such n condition
that no improvement should be made at
the Infirmary. The i ost of the now
building cannot embarrass tho county
in any way, and it is not in the Build
ing Fund that the expenditures so much
exceed the receipts. Retrenchment is
imperative, but let it come where it is
needed. Perhaps if the gentleman
would visit tho poor house and investi
gate the subject properly he would not
raise such a senseless objection against
the work which the Commissioners have
taken in hand.
Judge Dittey in "an able original edi
torial" in last week's Gazette, makes the
following original argument:
"There aro twenty-five non-resident
pupils attending tho Hillsboro High
School, while as many more have ap
plied that could not be accommodated,
and there are forty pupils of our own in
attendance. Therefore Hillsboros
Schools are a decade behind that of sur
Wonderful argument, wonderful
S remises wonderful conclusion. But
'ittey is a wonderful Judge and a won
"Logic is logic in all I say." 0. II Vn-
Who We Are.
We do not Intend to pose as a combination
ot mjstcrles, and a inquiries concerning
the News-Herald Company and Its em
ployes have been frequent of late, we take
pleasure In enlightening our readers In that
George W. Harrere Is the senior member of
tho Arm, being flfty.four years of age. It is
scarcely necessary to Introduce him. as liels
well ltnown throughout the county. He was
employed In the Post Office here during his
father's term as Postmaster, and his face
grew familiar to many. He nasaLletenant
Colonol In the 16th O V. I and thence Tie
carries bis military title. He Is the book
keeper and business manager for the firm,
and looks after subscriptions and advertis
ers. Bebee Burrerc Is the son of the former, and
is now In hit twenty-fourth year. He began
as devil In the News office under J. L. Board
man, about seven years ago. He has con
tinued in the "practice of his profession"
ever since, and Is at present Superintendent
of the mechanical department. He also
keeps an eyo on the correspondence bnreao.
He is a graduate ot the Hillsboro Union
Schools, and as a printer ranks among the
The two abeve mentioned represent the
fotmer Nawc Company, while Edwin It.
flerson was proprietor of tho Herald. His
age Is well, that Is a question too delicate
for this article. He served an apprentice
ship as a compositor In bis boyhood, and ac
quired considerable proficiency at the case.
Ha has been connected with the newspaper
business for a few years, has served two
terms as County Treasurer, and Is now book
keeper for the First National Bank. He has
no official position In the firm, but Is em
powered to receive compliments for the
New s-Herald Company.
"Jud" Ervln Is foreman of the Job office.
He was christened with, another name, but
j ou would not recognize him should we call
blm by It. He Is twenty-six feet tall we
mean twenty-six years old, and Is printer
of no mean ability. lie has acquired a
thorough training In tbeart preservative,
and the work turned out by his department
attest his taste and skill. ,
HughB. McNlcol presides at the editorial
desk, while the trinity of proprietors look
over his shoulder as guardian angels. (The
compositor woo set this up was heard to
mntter something about "That Better Dot"
as he began on tbe foregoing paragraph, bat
not loud enough to be audible In'
.0f those who work on tbe case and do not
presume to flourish an official title are MlfS
Nellie Welmer, Richard Amen, and his
Batantlo majesty, Boyd Nevln.
In this connection It might be well to men
tion our staff correspondents, the most regu
lar of whom is Will H. Shade. He has
grown familiar to our readers under the
catching non tie plume' ot ""Tramp Printer,"
and his writings are read with avidity every
where, J. F. Cumberland, our California
correspondent, baa a letter on the first page
of this lasne, H. F. Hlxon writes from Balti
more, "Highland Boy," wbose real name Is
Stanley J. Brltton. from Delaware. A. Hlnal
Roush wrllr-s occasionally, and we have Just
made arrangemt nta with H. L. Uarrett to
furnish us some letters from Knoxville,
J. M. Blestand, administrator of James, S.
Trimble, filed first account. S.
win 01 jeremian ueroer Sled. .
. W. H. Head appointed aoUainLttntor, d
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a. n.iwui. wiuiut.wr vi sue cwiwap
of Tho. W. Williams, filed Inventory and, ap
praisement. A. . Williams, administrator of the" Miato
of Tbo. W. Williams, nld tab bill.
L. E. Conptrymaa, adaalalitrator of tb i
tsteof J, W. Country, AM first a foal
K n Rnlltt. niirAUa nt tha -'- Jtl)
Iledkev, filed third account. .-.-
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Mont Fatton beRn his duties as assessor
John Brewer moved into the Thurmsn
James Anderson moved into the Holmes
The W. 0. T. U. met at Mis. A. B. Griffith's
last Thursday afternoon.
After a rest of several weeks the skating
rink was open again last night.
Miss Nellie Johnson, of Mowrytown, Is the
guest of her Bister, Mrs. Laura McFadden.
Mrs. Noah Hardy spent the past week in
Brown county, visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. George Oille, of Greenfield, was the
guest of his cousin, Miss Jetta Beard, this
Mr. Con Ferguson, of Bainsboro, is visiting
his uncle, Prof. D. S. Ferguson, of the Union
John M. Sullivan, of Pcrn,Ind is the guest
of his cousin, Llgar Smith. He is not tbe
Miss Villa Holmes, of Centerfleld, was the
gueBt of tbe Misses Anna and Emma Hllliard
Miss Lillie Severs, of Chillicothe, visited
friends in this place last Sunday, returning
Fred Terry has commenced the erection of a
residence on his father's land just outside the
corporation, west of town.
The young folks bad a surprise party at the
residence of W. S. Hough last Tuesday night.
Quite a pleasant tlmo is reported.
Mrs. E. W. Cox and Mrs. John Cox, accom
panied by their cousin. Howard Allen, visited
friends in New Vienna last Wednesday.
B. O. Adams and wife, of East Norwood,
who have been visiting tbe former's parents
for some time, returned homo last Friday.
Sabbath School at Falruold Church every
Sunday morning at nine o'clock. Everybody
interested in the nork is incited to attend.
J. T. Guthrie is in Cincinnati today, on
business connected with his telephone. He
was accompanied by Superintendent Barry.
Mr. Will Teter, of tho C, W. A B. railroad,
stationed at Chillicothe, Sundayed in town the
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Samuel Griffith, one of our enterprising
young men, has opened up a first-class paint
shop at New Lexington, for the purpose of
painting buggies Success to yon, Sam.
Bev. Clements, of Samantha, will remove
his family to this place the coming week, Into
the property vacated by Mr. Anderson on WeBt
Main sheet. Welcome, Brother Clements.
Ex-Superinttmleut Batry, of the C, W. &,
B. railroad, was in town yesterdey to examine
J. T. Guthrie's telephone, and on a rigid exam
ination pronounced it the best telephone he
Mr. Samuel Hixson, after a year's sojourn In
Kansas, has returned to New Lexington, and
will open up a harness shop in our village in
the building non occupied by Syferd & Co. as
a meat shop.
Miss Emma Sponcer, of Lebanon, who so
ably agisted Bev. Clements ia his revival at
the Friends' Church, and who is stopping a
few days at Martinsville, called on friends in
Any one wanting a house or barn or any old
building moved, wonld do well to call on tbe
Dnnn Brothers of this place, as they are well
prepsred to do such work, and have had two
or three years experience in the business.
Prof. D. S. Ferguson occupied the pnlplt at
the M. E. Church last Sunday night, and also
Monday night. At tbe close of the services
the doors of the church were opened and thir
teen came forward and united with the church.
I am requested to announce that there will
be prayer meeting at Fairfield Church every
Wednesday nigut. cveryooay corcuauy in
vited to attend. Also prayer meetlne at Har
din's Creek Chnroh every second Sabbath
afternoon at three o'clock.
I wish to say through the columns of your
vsluable Darjer that the warfare heretofore
existing between the editor of the Huckleberry
and myseu is at an ena. l aia me gentleman
injustice, perhaps, and when I see that I am
wrong I am ready to acknowledge it.
Tbe young converts of tbe reoent revival at
Fairfield, have organized a Young Men's
Christian Association in this place, and have
secured a room we understand, to meet In
once a week. Lon Frazier is President of tbe
Association. Mont Milner Vice President, and
Charles Ladd Secretary.
Married At eight o'clock last Thursday
evening, at tbe residence of the bride's parent
by Bev. McShnltz, Miss Annie BridweU, of this
place, to Mr. Will Phillip, ot Staunton, Fayette
county, O. The Newb-Hebald man extends
his best wishes, and may all their cares on the
voyage of life be little ones.
We notice infjyour valuable paper a corres
pondence between Messrs. Sayler A Bon, of
your city, and the Dueber Watch Co., of New
port, Ky., in which it says that tbe Company
is going to move their shops. We don't see
any reason why they shouldn't come to Lees
burg. Leesburg can offer better facilities ac
cording to its size than any other town in the
State of Ohio, and we donbt not if the question
was sgitated among tbe citizens, would do
more toward securing their location her than
any other town of it size in tb United State.
Citizens, awaken to your best interest and
ste what can be done in this direction.
April 19th, 1886.
Measles In Monroe and vicinity. '
Miss Maggie Pope is on the sick list.
Rev. J. M. Bhnltz preached at the M. E.
Church Sunday. 1
Frayer meeting at tbe M. E, Church every
Clias. Bquler and family, of Greenfield, were
visiting at the Fairfield House, aady.
John Rhooemu, of ReesviUa, was here look
ing after th interest of his farm the pest week.
Dopnty Frank Ayer and John Glacook,ef
the Hill City, were visiting friend her Mon
day. Tbe little son of J. D. Cherry, of Londan
ary, was visiting friends here tbs latter part
of the put week.
John Dean and family, of Hillsboro. were
visiting at tbe residence of Ceo. Happ, Bator
day and bnnday, tbe guests of their mother.
Onthemovo. Chas. Kneedler.to Greenfield,
Gary Haines to the noose vacated by Kneedler.
James Delph to tbe house of his brother,
Lilt of unclaimed letters remaining in tb
Post Office at HiUsboro. 0 April 31st, 1886 1
Brouse Elsie Kelly William
sWlingham W D Lyon Mrs Lnesla
Collins Mollle False Mary I
OibtaOlck Walker Wm
; 1 Wright Mrs BarahM (Faekage)
"Haasa say advertised Mlars ia eslltaf for
the shore. O. T. rev. P. M.
Circt Cooflii, Cowl,
THE TEMPLE OF FASHION
C10TH1G. BOOTS SHOES!
Hats, Gaps and Gents Furnishings.
Come and see the Largest and Finest Stock of Goods in the
above lines ever brought to the city. I will begin the Spring
Trade by an ENTIRE REDUCTION in prices, regardless of
the advance in values. Call and judge between me and my
neighbors, and see
I Sell Better
Than any other dealer in the county. I can
of my superior advantages in purchasing, and I
' my customers the benefit. "Live and let live"
Joshua D Wright vs. Joshnn W. Manifold
etal. HUblnd county Court of Common
Pleas. Case No. 3355.
ORDER OF SALE.
In pursuance of an order Issued from the
Court of Common Pleas within and forth
County of Highland and Btate of Ohio, mad
at the January term thereof A. D. 1886, and
to me directed, I will offar for sale at publlo
auction ut the door of the Court House, In
the town of Hillsboro, on
Saturday, May 2Sd, A. D. 1886,
at one o'clock p m.of said dny the follow.
In described real estat . to-wlt:
Bltnnto In the county of Highland, State
nt nhin. nml In thf vlllaire or IjeesbuiY. und
bounded und described as follows: ln-lnt
No. our hundred and thirty-two (No. 132)
originally conveyed ns ln-lnt No.it. Also
thnwest liulf of ln-lot No. 13.asirlglnally
numbered on tlie original plat or flew i.ees
burg, adjoining I lie lot of 8. H. Beard on tbe
wcxt. Also Hie following premises, lying
and being wltliln tbe corporate limits of
Leesburg In the county and Htata aforesaid,
und known on the plat of said village ns
out-lot No 18, and more particularly de
scribed follows: Part of Anderson's sur
vey No. 3579, beginning at a stone corner to
DrtvKI Anders and 33 feet north of the line
of tbe M.& C. Railroad ; thence with said
Andrews n. e.42 poles tonstnneln tbe south-
erly line of the allev of Leesburg ;
Mienco with SHld alley N.83 W.3H Poles to
a stone; thence 8. 10X W. 33 feet from and
parallel with the liue of D. K. Johnson 43
poles to a stone In the northern line of the
M. A C. Knllroad; thence with tnellneof
the M. 4 C. Railroad ItlX" E. 7; poles to
the beginning, containing one acre miiU 1
poles of lnnd moiuor lew.
Iii-lol No. 1X2 Ims been appraised at one
Ii u nil led und thirty dollars (l)u). The west
half of Ill-lot No. 13 hiu been appraised ut
four hundred and rlfty dollars ($450). Out-lot
No. IK has been nppratned at ons hundred
and ninety dollars (1100), and cull not sell
for less than two-thirds of said apprsls'
roent. Terms of sale Cash on day of sale.
Sheriff Highland County, Ohio.
George B Hardner, Attorney.
April 21st, 1886.
April 19tb, 1880.
Wheat promises a fair crop in this neighbor
hood. Mr. Fred Dolllnger is suffering from a severe
attack of quinsy.
Dr. W. J. Brofe and wife are visiting rela
tives in Brown county.
Mr. John Achor, of Samantha, transacted
business here on Toesday.
Mrs. Sarah Fields and Tomer Shaffer have
moved to Mrs. Davis' property.
J. W. O'Brien is bulldlsg a store room on the
lot be lately purchased of jano t'emoerton.
Mr. Frank Glenn and wife, of Hillsboro.
were tbe gnests of Harry Glenn, on Wednes
Mr. M. J. Fulton has bought the organ fac
tory lot and will remodel the building for a
Mr. Wilson Bailey, of Westboro, transacted
business lor hi son, J as. it. Btuey, on rnaay,
Mr. jjstley, jr., is now in nt. ixuis, no.
Mrs. Jane, wife of Lewis Vanmster, former
ly of this vicinity, died last Saturday In Bleh
land county. 111. She was well known to many
ot the old citizens of this vicinity.
The members of the Christian Church bold
their service in the town hall sine their old
church has been torn down. Sabbath school
every Sabbath morning at 9 o'clock.
The Odd Fellows will celebrate at tbe M. E.
Church on tb 26th Inst., commencing at seven
o'clock p.m. All neighboring lodge are in
vited to attend and participate in th annlver
In the Folic Court Saturday morning, Jerry
Fidltr was arraigned for being intoxicated and
carrying concealed Teapons. Plea of not
Siilty and and bound over to Court. Alios
rewsr, drnnkannos, plssd guilty, fined flv
dollars and oost. Benttojeu.
The band made its first appearanos on oar
streets last Thursday night. It is oompod
of the following yoong man 1 H. N. Hinder
son, leader 1 Harry Murphy, first B-flat 1 O.
Shaffer, first alto j Chas. Cheney, second alto 1
John Tedrick, first tenor ; Cal Scott, second
tenor ; C. A. Woodman, Damon ; unariey
Henderson, tuba 1 Jno. Baylees, snare drum
mer ; Lew Delaney, bass. Frank Btronp, of
Dodsonville, is their teacher, under whose In
struction they are making commendable
Transfers of Seal Estate.
David Fender' to John W. Mehaffey, 3 acres
George Fender to John W. Mehaffey, quit
claim, 8 acres in WbiUoak tp 70.
Charles Hire to John Barrett, 127 acres In
Paint tp., 5,715.
E. E. Boatrigbt to Wm. Banks, 76 acre in
Fenn tp , 6,600,
J. L. Btanf orth to Was. B. Bnbl, 80 seres 188
noles in Hamer tp., 596.
E. B. Williams to Elizabeth Williams, bo acres
101 poles in Marshall tp., 8,000.
Byron Murphy to Sarah Layman, lots In Dan
Bailie U. Bosh to Eat M. Dwyer, Greenfield
' A. F. Shaf er to Allan and Era Calay, Hamer
township, 17 seres, 786.
Ulrio oloane and wife to Martha W. lleDan-
iel. Liberty township, to acre, wow.
R.'P.HlretoIdM.Hlre, Faint township,
KA um Htnl.
Anna E. KoConnangbey, adm'x., to John
Van Winkle, Mew Iaarkt township, Saerss,
J." B. Banks to Levi Banks, Faint township,
39 sere. 1,800. "
A. B. Olaacoek to Sarah E. Evans, HlUls
boro, lot, WOOD. .
Harvv Glascock to W; Wi Hyar, OrasalsM,
Jsart N. West to festal H. oiwkr,'w
PUrborg, lot, ISt.af ". Tl.'rJ
John H. Feat to ArtWjbrnf .N IbiitaM
towaeMp, 1 aer WvSjZlin.- 7 JLL
vtt&njrjr-etf4e'i -f -
that I mean it when I say
THE COUNTY JAIL, HILLSBORO, OHIO.
HALLOWELL & CLARK,
WITH A LARGE STOCK OF
Pine Lumber, Shingles, Loth!
DOORS, SASH; BLINDS, &c.
For Special Prices call at our Office, Court St., HILLSBORO, 0.
All Material Delivered Free to Any Fart of the City.
WE LEAD-OTHERS FOLLOW!
To tho farmer's wife who sells us the
Most Founds Turkeys
To the one that sells us the
OF THEIR OWN RAISING,
TURKEY DELIVERED BETWEEN NOT. 20 AND DEC. 17, 1886
Having: improved our facilities for shipping, we can
use 200 dozen chickens and 20,000 dozen eggs per week
the year round.
Thanking kind friends and patrons for past favors, we
hope to merit a continuance of the same.
H. W. WOLFE & CO.
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msto.OiJrdgBrocyn,.T. mESSKbtlum ssiiIIsssIsb,
Tbb CssrMDB Cosvast, 18) Futtoa Street. K. T.
April 19th, 1866.'
A wedding on tapis. . .,
James Keys has organized a literary society
at the Chapman soboolhons
Charles Lerklns, Jr., is vary ill st this writ
ing with typhoid pneumonia.
Mr-James Keys and Miss Fannie Biggins
were visiting friends at CentrfiId but Bator
day and Sunday,
,ifr, tsaorga Barry, of Fincastlo, who baa
been visiting friends in this vicinity, rtnrnd
hots on Baiarday.
a ' .I-
"Th beat on aarth" oan truly b said of
Grisjg'' Glycerins Barrs a 'speedy ear for
cut7brutses, scalds, bans, soms, piles, tetter,
sad all skin trnpttoB. Try this wonder
htsler, 9Scnts. Guaranteed.
t r ball'knob. ,
, April 17th, 1886.
Thomas KcDanisl it rscovsring slowly frosa
Mr. and Mrs. Z. K. Carey wr,th gnesU of
Mr. Parry ylor't last Friday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Wilbanks. of Lynchbarg.
wr th gnestt of W. A. Hodeon last Bnadsy,
M,Tidy BontbjOf near Dodaoavill.' wss
riitli friends and nUUvesof this vicinity,
April lHh, Frank Sharp aad Mat-
iot mmf w r ..w-..-
MS. " '
I- si tbtt "ef tb yonag folks But at
iwmm'i tast HtrdayvBMg,
isttssia sowal ehat aad bad a
T 1kvJV Mvw
Less Honey !
do this because
propose to give
is my motto.
VTOTIOE is hereby givn that the under
131 sind haa been' appomted and analioed
administrator, da bonis non. of ths sstats of
Adam Bedkey, lata or Higbiaad county, Ohio,
deceased, by tne Probata Court of said county.
April Kin, tow. wa v . p. turn.
lfotioe to Contractors.
BALED PBOPOSAL8 will b reoeived at
the ofllca of th clerk of th Board of Ed
ucation of Pann township, in Highland county,
Ohio, until twelve o'clock at noon, m the nd
day or ay, a,
sy, A. D. '1888, for bnlldint a toboo).
t the lot tltnatsd in Jolit labUstriet
said tosrnslilp, scoordlsg to tb plana
BOB on sue I
Mo. x. in said
anit snaelfiaaUns on ii. In said oia.
Ksob bid most contain th nasi of every
person interested In tb same, aad b aeooaa
panted by a ssinoient guarantv of sosa dUia
tsrsstsd person, that, if tb bid I accepted, a
contract will b Mtorad Into, and ths Bsrtorsa
ansa of it properly Mcured. Ths bid lor saeb
kind of material called f or by tb spsdisoa.
tlons awst ba- stated ssparatel, and pries
of asaa tpvsa, ana tna price w laoorasun aiao
h. ssmrstslT statasL
Nob bat th lowest rsspontibls bid will be
aootptM, ana in ooaro asay reieot au aids.
By order of tb Board of Education.
W. W. Wbst, Clerk.
April 19th,-A. D.18M.
, 'TU attend to it sooa." Doa't taa
self a that way. Yoor bak to isasjaag tbta
asr, sVysr aasT atotw sUlas mry ssy. Sa
ltaadractot rsi orittoal aster, ttWam aa4
: 5MTr IVWPH
H. Strain A Co. vs.. Lewi Fi Webster and
Martha A. WebWr. llUnland County
Court of Common Pleas, caw No, .
ORDER OF BALK.
In pursnaace of art order Immed from the
Courlof Common Pleas within and for the
county of Highland and Slate of Onlcvmadt)
at the January term thereof A. p.l8S6,and
to me directed, I will offer for sale ijlpnbllo
auction at the door of the Court Hou, in
tbe town of Hillsboro, on
SaUnUy, Mar lit A D. 1886,
At 1 o'eloek p. m.ot said day, tbe following
dcaerlbed real estate, to-wlt!
Hltuateln the county of Highland. In the
Htate of Ob In, and In the township of Con
cord, and bonndsdand described as follows!
Being lots numbered five (5) and six (8) In the
vlllsgeof Flarfax, oounty ot Highland, and
Btat of Ohio, as the same are charged upon
tbednpllcateof uld county in the nam of
Lewis F. Webster, In township of Concord.
Bald premises has been appraised atLot
No.fi. fanr hnnilred dollar (
innurea uoumrs lviwl
jiimrsi inuui aaait vv vi
i . i ,. Mm a
nni nnnorM mu nrivaouaraiaiaui:
... - T- -i - --i ...-:- ..'- ..'.v. .
a aim nnyaoiiai
lt than ivfisttil
dollar (1(0) ; and can
not sell for ls than two-thirds of said ap-
Term of sale Cash on day ot al.
Bbtrltr Highland County. Ohio. ,
Matlatwi, DeHrnln A Hogsett, Att'y.
March 81st, 1886.
Ell Roush vs. Ell .Wilkin at at. Highland
County Court of Common Pleas. Case No.
" ORDER dFBALS:
In pursuant of an ordsr tasaadtrom th
Court of Common Pica within ahd for tb
county or Highland ana
at tb January tsrm th
county of Highland and Btat of Ohla, made
at tb January trm thereof A, d. -law, and
to me directed, I will oflar for sal at publlo
auction at ths door ottn Court Hoots, In
in town 01 uuiSDoro.qat
MttiNkT, Afril Sltk, A. p. 1886s
At 1 o'clock p. m. el said day, th following
dsotlbd real tat. to-wlt:
Hltnat in Nw Marktt township, High
land oounty, Ohio: ,
First Tract Beginning at astoa,aorrrto
lot No. 2 and in tbs E. lln ot Osorg Td
rick's tract: tbeno with said tract lln N.
1( W. 27 6-10 pole to a ston. comer to lot
No.a; tnaaa wttnine un of lot nm.4,6,
ac E. 91 noles to a ton :
B. 16 E. 17 8-10 poles to a atone, corner to lot
No. a ; mne M,n,srwjH poi to to be
ginning, containing ltaorea mora or let.
second Tract-Being lot No. J, bealnnlsg at
a ston corner to lot No. 1, and In th E. lln
of ,Oeo. Tfdriek'a traott thenoe with said
lln N. 16 W. 27 5 10 poles to a ston corner
talnl No. 8: tnsnoa with Uie line thsrsof N.
7 SO" E 03 poles to a ston: tbene 8. is" E.
27 o-io poles to a ston corner to lot Ho. j
tbence B. 72 SO" W. 83 pot to tbe beginning,
containing 10 acres mora or less.
Third TraotBelnr lot p. 8, beginning at
a ston near two whltsaak stumps, n. e. cor
ner of tb tract and corner to Joshna
Brown's tract: thence with Brown' Una B.
78 W. 82 6-10 pole to a stake near a hickory;
inence s,i'ii.iu poies lonsiona; inenee
N. 72 30 E. 72 poles to a stone In th Una of
Ben. Wilkin's tract; thane with said line
jn. u" " w. 110 poies 10 ins oeginning, con-
ronrtn tract Being tne east
art or the
dower uact of Keoeeea Wilkin t;
ginning at three gums. n. e. corner of John
Tedrlok'a tract and In tb west line of Ben,
102 poles to a (tone; inence N. 72 80" W. 80
poles ton stone ; thenoe. 18" E. 88 poles to
11 stone; tbence B 72" aO" W. 83 poles to a
stone In the line of Ueonre Tedrlck's tract :
thence with said Una 8;1 B. 81 pole to a
atone, corner to said tract of Tedrlek In th
Hue of John Tadrlek : thebee with aald lln
N.T2S0'E.16 poles to the beginning, tbe
fiart above described, and conveyed contain
ng 89 acres; th whole tract containing EH
acres, No. 1,2 and S being the part partition
ed t Ell, Bnsan and Peter W llkln.
Bald premises has been appraised at First
tract, six hundred and eight dollars (M08) ;
Beoond tract, four hundred and eighty dol
lar (1480); Third tract, lgbt hundred and
forty -six dollar (8848) ; Fourth tract, Sixteen
band red and thlrty-eliht dollar (11,888), and
oan not sell for lass than two-third of said
farm of sole
-Cash on day of sale.
Sheriff Highland fv'ouuty, Ohio.
Ism a Troth, Attorney.
March 24tb, 1888.
HENRIETTA JOHNSON and -- John
eon, her husband, who reslds at Marya
ville, Montana Territory, and Cornelia Bob
ert and her husband, whose residence is
unknown, will tske notice, that on th
17th day or aitrcn, a. v. isso, a. a. ucar
borongh filed" his petition In ths Common
Pleas Court of Highland county, Ohio, case
No. 4800. amlnst tbe above named nartiea aad
others, praying for an acoount of amount due
on a note and foreclosure of a aertasae given
to secure a note described therein by Briater
Essex, now deoeased. and Psnnelia Essex, his
wife, on ths following described real estate
situate in the county of Highland and State of
unto, ana in tne incorporated village 01 iuus
boro, and bounded and described at follows :
First Tract Beginning at a stak in the
north tin of th road leading from the Bipley
iMMtnlW J P 1 lMMft. WWMMMA .Mil
ithwaat corner to lot known a Bator wood'
lot t'aeno with said road N. 6H dec. W. SO
rst to a sua t uaaea n. van oeg. t,awmt
to a stake la ths northern 'Una of tb tract of
which this Is a part; with said Una 8.70 a;.
E. 78 feet to a stak southeast corner of said
tract t thanos with tbs eastern 11a of said
tract B. 88 der. W. 216K f Mt to the basrinniDSf.
containing 18 pols of land, ntow or lass.
Also anousr tract aamwiasr tns anovs on
tb wset, bovndsd and dcribd aa follows,
to-wlt i Beginning at the onthweet corner of
lot traasf erred to said Essex by said ftoarbor-
tbence S. tauitt. W. !8ft to tb bsgan-
ning. containing 14 polss of ktad, nKsrs or Isss.
Said parties r reqolnd to answer, oa or
before the ,33d day of Hay, 1888, or judgment
will be taksn against them. .
, H. B. 8CABBOBOUGH.
By AUen T. Boatman, his Attorney.
March 87, 1686. m81-fit
Imperium in Imperio
The GENUINE ARTICLE is onlyfto b had
at tb ator of the
HILLSBORO HARDWARE GO.
Unprincipled daalsrs mlsreprsssnt their plows
and aetata at th Iaspartal, and ometlmes
deeelr tb aawary, bnt th HrusBoso
, Haaowaaa Co. 1 the only agent
i forthtQENUWE .
Ia'Hlllsb9to, Ohio, at, their new stora, 1fc,
18 S. High Street
Cultivators. . h (, ;
Double Shovel Plows,
HDumo luariiii co,
I ,yi ' h
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