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Made Known on Application.
The Gazelle's council reporter got badly
rattled in naming the standing commit
tcoH, Ho has John Johnson ns chair
man of threo committees, whereas that
gentleman is chairman of the Huilding
Committee, only. If tho reporter does
not know that the man first mentioned
is understood to bo chairman he ought
to bo restrained. The correct list was
published in the Nes-Hkkvii.
The best antidote for Socialism is an
nihilation. America wants none of Itus
sia's Xlhlllsts, nor Germany's Commun
ists, nor England's Dynamiters. In
troublous times the red flag clement
boils over. Riots are fomented by fu
rious harangues and ,infnriated mobs
ready for every sort of uewltry are
roused. In tho great railroad strikes of
77 it niD 4lm Minfnvnamnnt nt lnnlnoa
and restless characters, antagonizing
government and morality, that mado tho
onslaught so destructive and the mis
chief so far-reaching.
The Gazette seems to have some spite
at Mr. Erskine Carson which it keeps
exhibiting at short intervals by attempts
at ridicule. To say the least, tho Ga
zette is ery unfair in its criticisms. If
Mr. Carson were the editor of a news
paper or occupied a. position where ho
could easily reply to such sniveling at
tacks, they might be somewhat excusa
ble. Mr. Carson is a man who acts upon
his convictions. He is strictly honest
and that is more than can be said of
those i ho criticize him. His honorable
record as a soldier, as a citizen and as a
councilman should exempt him from
mean insinuations and false representa
tions which may bo engendered by per
sonal dislike from the Gazette's editors.
Saturday's Hillsboro Gazelle exulted
like a tickled monkey and Sunday's XTn
ijnirer raged like a wounded tiger. The
difference in tho emotions of the two
allies was caused by tho chango in the
Ohio Senate last Saturday. The middle
of tho week witnessed a remarkable oc
currence. To avoid tho dis-scating of
tho four frauds from Hamilton the Dem
ocrats of the Senate agreed to skip, and
take refuge outside the State. This
would leave less than a quorum present
and nothing could be done. The jubi
lant absentees enjoyed their vacation on
tours of sight-seeing and Democratic
journals tuned' their harps of exultation.
Those self-same harps are now hanging
where the weeping willows wave. On
. Saturday tho Republican Senators from
I Hamilton were sworn in and business
progresses as usual. Xon the Demo
cratic papers denounce this as "dishon
orable," "illegal," "a crying shame," etc.
The legality will probably be tested, but
there is nothing shameful about it.
What 18 shameful is tho action of the
Democratic members in running away
I from duty at a timo when important
' business demands attention. Tho vote
which seated tho Republican Senators is
a permanent one of 17 Republicans.
' As the Senate formerly stood there were
' 20 Democrats, making a constant ma
i jority of 3 in favor of the latter. At
resent there are 21 Republicans to 10
'emocrats. When tho deserters return
I a royal picnic may be expected. The
president will probably rule that neither
set of candidates shall vote on their
rights to the seats and the Republicans
will be seated by a vote of 17 to 1G.
Clucinnatl May Musical Festival C.,W.
t B. Rates.
Great efforts aro being made to have
the May Musical Festival of this year
surpass all others. The army that com
poses the great chorus has been dili
gently drilled since they last enthused
the public' In the list of celebrated
artists appear the names of ojd favorites
brought here on an encore, so to speak,
in response to tho public demand ; these
aro reenforced by renowned singers
whose "flrst appearance here" makes
novelty, as well as fame and merit their
Cincinnati will, as it always does, rise
. to the occasion and deck herself in
( holiday attire to please the throngs this
' .Festival brings. The Hill-Top resort),
Zoological Gardens and Concert Halls,
will vie with each other in increasing
their attractions. Merchants will make
the most enticing possible display in
their windows and everybody and their
visitors will be out to see the sights and
. swell the throng.
? From May 17th to the 22d, the . W.
& B. will sell reduced rate excursion
tickets to Cincinnati and return, good
. returning until the 23d, inclusive. For
large parties a still further reduction
may be made to accommodate the
r crowds that have expressed their inten
tion to come. As for the Festival it is
already an assured success.
The combination, proportion, and process in
preparing Hood's Barsaparilla, are peculiar to
tlila medicine, and are unknown to others.
List of unclaimed letters remaining in the
Post Onto at Hillsboro, O., May 13th, 1886 s
Arbood John Poster Laura a,
Clark H J Boblton BUlie
Brans Q 8 Hickman J K
Claim F F Laylor Bene M
Onon Jacob Tnric John
Kelly J 0 Wilkin Isaao
1'reeter Wm Williams Bam'l
Fleaae say advertised letter in calling for
the above. 0. T. Fori, P. II.
j lee I lee!
I The Hillsboro Ice Company will furnish
' -the best grade of ice to their custom en at
I lowest prices every day this summer. Leave
' yoororders wltb Daniel Koch Co,, No.r,
I South High street. m 8w.
Onsets and Oil Cloths.
We offer to the trade this season the lar
gest line and handsomest styles In Carpets
that ueaever been placed on sale In this mar.
I ''"set As nraal, oar prices are eorrecf. Buyeri
. r" caWVctl OeWwfF rt1vntvT ifu sew ui -eww
k'tTr fof Carptfi. lnjut A 8oic.
On the Continued Crankiness of Our Can.
KniToit Nkws HKnAtn: Ever since the
raagntflctnt victory (?) won by the Gazette
on the gas question it has sought ooportunl
ty to vent Its spite on the Council ot the vll
lngr. It seems to have been more attentive
to mo tlinn to any other member. If any
prominence tins been tlven ino growing out
ot the performance of my dutlein Council
mnn.lt Iids not lifen ot my seeking. I think
my friends will believe me when I say 1
have not tho slightest desire to "pose" before
this community In nny manner. In the re
port of tho Gazette of last week of the pro
ceedings of Council ol Momlny, May 3J,lt
All ot the appointments went through
with n rush except that of IT. 8. Newman
fur llin nosltlon or nlalit Dollop. Carson
moved tlint Ills annolnttnent he retected. and
"pointed with pride" to his own record as n
Councilman, and tlietisurprloed hlmsell and
kb re nn exhibition or his knowledge or par
liamentary rules hy voting against the mo
tion. The flrst Impression I had on reading this
statement that 1 "pointed with pride" to my
record as a Comicllman,was that the reporter
ot the Gazette knew when he wrote It he
lied. The second. and most oharltable, im
pression was that the reporter did not have
sense enough to understand what I did say,
and very likely did not bear one word, for
all the time he was In the Council Chamber
he sat there chattering like a monkey to
those around him. I did not make use of the
expression attributed to me, or anything
Ihere Is one thing, however, which I can
point with pride to. una that is that I was
uoraliiuted by my party without my solici
tation, and elected without having to pay
one cent in buying voters, or hiring any one
tn buy votes for me. Can those connected
with the Gazette say the same relative to any
pnblloomce tney may ue noiuingr
I do not claim to have much knowledge of
parliamentary law, but quote In my defense
the following rnle ot United (States Senate
relorrlng to appointments mode by the frel
dent: "Rule Si. When nominations shall
be made by the President ot the United
Ulatcs f the Semite, they shall, unless other
wise oruereu oy me senate, oe reierreu to
appropriate committees, and the final ques
tion on every nomination shall be, 'Will
the geiinte advise and consent to this nomi
This was the view I took of the question,
and It was this impression uppermost in my
mind when l apparently voieu "nay "on my
motion to reject.
Thn Mayor. In mv onlnton. in thebsence
of all rules relative to conforming or reject
ing hli appointments, had the right to put
the question as laid down by the Senate, un
less there was some motion made to refer to
some committee or defer action to some sub
sequent meeting of Council.
Every community has I Is full complement
of conceited asses Just such disgusting mm
files ns wo reporter oi me uazeue nas tsnnwu
itmself to be ever since he left Fairfield
township to Its credit.
I ask no favor of the Hillsboro Gazette,
and reserve to myself tho right to answer or
not answer a fool according to his folly.
May 8th, 1880.
Mrs. Cbas. Uariell la very sick.
Mrs. John Daughters is very sick.
11. T. McCluro is again in tho sewing machine
Rev. Grcentrce was the gnest of Oeo. Grovo
John Adams, of Xtnla, was tho gncst of A.
Doyle last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Symns. of Washington C.
H., were visiting A. Dojlo this week.
Mr. Ed Haines, after several months stay in
mnsas, reiurnea uome last rucsuay.
H. L Stuckey has moved into his new barber
shop, and has it fixed up In lino style.
Rev. J. O. Black and daughter Clara were
Ttsitlnc menus hero irrlday and Saturday.
Mrs. M. J. Seamon is now prepared to do all
mniia oi millinery worn. umi. aztj-Wii,
The Bchool is making preparations for the
last day, nd also for the commencement exer
T. H. Gleason arrived with his photograph
car last Thursday, and nil J Btay for a short
Our butcher is still furnishing as good beef
for this placo and Leesburg as can be had any-
wnere, ana at as reasonaDie prices.
The Lexington School Board at their last
meoting employed the following teachers for
tho ensuing year : R. B. Barrett, Principal ;
Ella Benymer, Grammar Department , Bessie
iioraman, x-nmary uepanmem.
Died Mrs. Thomas Carey, of Careytown, on
last Wednesday. May 6th. She was about 39
years of age. and leaves a husband and eight
children. Her remains wero interred in the
Clear Creek cemetery Friday, May 7th.
Our people- are now deprived of a telephone.
Manager Itannells, of Hillsboro, removed it last
week, the company claming this is not a pay
ing station. The next thing In order now is
for the company to take their poles and lines
out of onr streets. So say the citizens of the
Your Interests First.
Bewaro of worthless imitations of Dr. Jones'
Red Clover Tonic. The genuine cures all
trouble ot the stomach, liver and kidneys, and
all blood disorders. The best tonio and appe
tizer known. Price 50 cents, of W. R. Smith
May lOtb, 1886.
Mr. H. h. Olenn spent Sunday in Hillsboro.
Wm. H. Hopkins was quite sick on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry are visiting relatives in
Mrs. C. E. Dixon, of New Vienna, is visiting
John Graham lost a valuable horse lut week
irom iuck jaw.
George Paster attended church at Oak
Grove on Sunday.
The heavy rain this morning will stop plant-
iuK lur ouvorai (lays.
Prof. J. M. Holaday will teach a normal
class here this summer.
John A. McClelland, of Chillicothe, is spend
ing a few days in town.
CoL W. H. Glenn made a business trip here
mis i&ionaayj morning.
Ed Perfect, of Wilmington, transacted bull
ness here on Wednesday.
WiU Savior, of Hillsboro. was the enest of
uaorge weoster on naay.
The ladies of the M. E. Church are prepar
ing to repair the audience room of the chnrob.
The wife of Henry Linn, who lives west of
Dodsonville, was buried in the cemetery here
The School Board ot this village have levied
three mills for school purposes. This is two
mills less than last year.
The farm bouse of J. H. Oasley, living a few
miles north of town, was destroved bv fire last
Tnesday. Fully insured.
The M. E. Sunday School has according to
custom been changed from 3 p. m. to 9 a. m.
during the summer months.
J. M. Holaday, W. L. BUutner, Vada Mur
phy, and Ida llonsh attended the Teachers'
Association at Mew Lexington on Saturday.
B. F. Goddard returned home from Newnort.
Ky., Thursday evening, the drug store in
which be was employed having- been olosed.
Bchool will close this week. Examinations
for transfer will close on Thursday. Public ex
ercises will be held in the M. E. Church on
Murrell Post will bold a regular meeting
next Friday night, the lath inat.- A foil
attendance is desired, as arrangements will be
maae (or memorial services on the 80lh.
W. W. Reed, druggist, of Winct
writes : "One of mv customers. 1
Pike, Bartonla, Randolph Go., Ind., was a long
sufferer with consumption, and was given up
to aw uy ner pnysicians. one neara oi ux.
King's Now Discovery for Oonsunvntion. and
began buying it of me. In six months' time she
walked to this city, a distance of six miles, and
is now so muon improved sne nas quit using it.
8he feels she owes her life to it"
Free trial bottles at Beybert h Co.'s drag
Xsy lOtb, 1886.
C. C. Foust will have charge of the school
nere again as coming Tunier.
J. O. Cumberland has become quite profl
eient in the art of paper hanging. .
Ed M. Boggesi will read ssedlcine in tke
omce or uk. tttttfcews tbis
New Store! New Boods !
We have just received a large invoice of new and dosirable
goods, consisting of
Millinery, Fancy Notions !
Purchased in New York, which
skill. Call and see us
South High Street opp.
sr Air jKT
OF OUR OWN
Unsurpassed for COMFORT
JtA.lSlljJ.TX in sjUHHXKlJfJTlUH, SOltl at UKJSATLiY
REDUCED PRICES, and FULLY WARRANTED.
If you need anvthincr in onr line it will nav von to
call and examine our stook,
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE.
There are nineteen metals more valuable
than gold, but no remedy which will compare
with Bigclow'a Positive Cure for coughs and
colds. A prompt and pleasant cure for all
throat and lung troubles. 50 cents and 91.
May 7th, 18811.
Outie Scott, of Rainsboro, visited J. F. Fer
neau during the week.
Henry Hi ad, of Hillsboro, passed through
town on Thursday last.
A. P. Lindsay, of Morgantown, was calling
on friends here on Sabbath last.
Fiauk McCoppln, of Carmel, visited our
town Friday evening on business.
Hal. Hempstead has moved from the Head
property to the Dunham property.
J. W. Rlgdon will start for the city next
Monday to lay in his spring stook of goods.
Mrs. Baker, quite an aged lady liviug three'
miles north of town, is very dangerously ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Bethel of Sinking Spring, are
spending a few days with friends of this place.
Mrs. Joseph Ferneau has for sometime been
aftlictod severely with a peculiar nervous dis
order of one arm.
John Treber, sr., who lived about two miles
southeast of town, died last Sunday morning
after a protracted illness.
Mr. Aaron Head, east of town, is having a
long string of wire paling fence put np on bis
farm, which adds much to its appearance.
Mr. Haines, of Corwin, Ohio, shipped from
this point last week, over two thousand posts.
The larger part was purchased by O. A. Head,
Re. Wright, pastor of the U. B. Church,
intends visiting bis parents next week, and
Rev. Wm. Banders, of Rainsboro, will occupy
the pulpit next Sabbath.
Quite a number of young people called on
Miss Madge Little, Wednesday night, to cele
brate her seventeenth birthday. The evening
was very pleasantly spent.
Business is lively on the new school house
grounds at present. Brick makers, stone cut
ters and carpenters are all busy. The building
is to be completed tbis summer.
The members of the M. E. Church are mak
ing an effort to raise money to build a new
church at this place during the summer. The
old church was bnrned down three years ago
and since that lime they have occupied the
Presbyterian Charon. We wish them success.
Wm. Black, Abingdon, lows, was oured of
cancer of the eye by Dr. Jones' Red Clover
Tonic, which cures all blood disorders and
diseases of the stomach, liver and kidneys.
The best tonio and appetizer known. 60
cents. All druggists.
May lOtb, 1880.
Mrs. Carson, of London, O., is visiting her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Johnson, at this place.
Miss Jessie Smith, of Hillsboro, visited her
cousin, Miss Eva Smith, at tbis place recently.
Misses Elsie Strange and Nellie Fenner re
port a splendid time at C. H. T. Jonte's last
Miss Mattie Btorer went to Sardinia last Fri
day to spend a few days with friends at that
The Russell pike was commenced bet week.
Considerable progress baa been made in grad
ing, the gravel seems to be the main item now.
Quite an accident happened to Clement Bar
ton, of Allensbarg, last Monday. He was on
bis way to Hillsboro, when his horse took
fright and ran away, upsetting the buggy and
throwing bimout. He was considerably hurt
about the bead, but is better st tbis writing.
You can't work to much purpose unless yon
are well, but you can build np your health and
strength with Parker's Tonic, and work will
tben beoome easy. II sets the lungs, liver and
kidneys in wprklng order. Coughs and colds
vanish before it. Take it in time. maysp
May 10th, 1888.
On the sick list-Miss Lou Carey and J.N.
Andrew Holt has moved bis saw mill to Zlnk
J. M. Williams and family bave returned
here from Nexada, 0.
Miss Emily Templln is visiting ber sister,
Mrs. M. 8. Moore, on Fail Creek.
Preaching at the Presbyterian Church next
Bnndsy will be at t p. m. instead of in the morn
ing t on aooount of communion services at
Tbe school bouse in district No. a was struck
by lightning on tbe evening of tbe Mtb of
ApriU few minutes after school was dismissed.
The belfry and about one-third of tbe toof was
burned before tbe fire was pot ont, A great
deal or plastering was also noes.ea on.
"Bettor Late tlua Neyer."
Better never late when yon are troubled with
a cough or oold. Take Dr. BtfeWs PoeWve
Cureat oooe, which (Hues all throat eadtaag
diseases speedily, taoroagaayaM sisaesnny,
were selected with taste and
at our new store.
Post Office, HILLSBORO.
In riding motion, and DU-
or write for catalogue and
David Cahlll vs. Jos. P. Mllnerand Lyda M
M liner. Highland County Court of Com
ORDER OF BALE.
In pursuance of an order issued from
the Court of Common fleas within and
for the County of Highland and Blute
ot Ohio, made at tho April term there
of A. D. 1880. mill to me directed, I will
offer for sale at public nncllon at the door of
the Court House, In the town of Hillsboro,
Saturday, June 12th, A. D. 1886,
At one o'clock p. in. of said day, the follow
ing described real astute, to-wlt:
Sltuntelu the county of Highland, in the
State of Ohio, and in the township of Paint
and bounded and desorlbed as follows, to
wit: Beglnnlna at h stone and whlteoak In
the i line of E. Beets and corner to the heirs
of Hamnel CowmAn ; thence with the line of
aid Beets and the heirs of Samuel Wise 8.
47 W.iUO poles to a stone In Wm Hmall's
line; thence with his Hue N.43" W.SIlii poles
to a xtone lu said line; thence N 47K 1ST poles
w n bivub 111 luenueoi eamoei uowman-N
heirs; thence with their line 8. 70V E. 67
poles to the place of beginning, containing
seventv-two acres, two roods and thirty-two
poles (72 A. 2 R. 32 P.), more or less.
Said premises has been appraised at twen-ty-pne
hundred- and sixty (12.160) dollars,
and can not sell for less timu two-thirds of
terms oi saie casn on day or sale.
Sheriff Highland County, Ohio.
Pavey A Bowles, Attorneys.
May 12th, 1880.
David Cahlll vs. Martin Worlay. Highland
uoooiyuiunoi uhubod rini, vase no.
ORDER OF BALE.
In Dursnranea of an order laaned from
tbe Ceurt ot Common Pleaa within and
for tbe County of Highland and Bute at
Ohio, made at the April term there
of A. D. 188S, and to me directed I will offer
for sale at publio anetlon at the door of tbe
Court House, In tbe town of Hillsboro, on
Sttarday, June 12th, A.D. 1886.
At VA o'clock p. m. of said day tbe follow
ing desorlbed real estate, to-wlt :
Situate In the countv of Highland. BLate
of Ohio, and In tbe township ot Paint, and
bounded and desorlbed aa follows: On tbe
lienor uauesnake, roric or paint creek, a
part of Hardin Reddlck A Co.'s survey Mo.
1832. Beginning at m atone planted at the
northwesterly corner to Bamusl Cowman's
tract of land, lu the line of Obadlab Mc-
Klnneys tract of land: thenee with said
line 8. 46 W.75 oolaa to a atone earner to
said McKlnneys tract; tbence with another
line thereof 8. 82 V K. 81 1-10 Doles to a
atone, another corner to said tract ; thence
8. 66 K. 758-10 poles to a atone: tbence M.
w- vj Bt. iu poie to a aioas m wa una oi
Samuel Cowman a tract : tbence with said
line N. 68 WW. 108 8-10 poles to tbe begin
ning, containing 67 acres and 16 poles, more
Also tbe following described premlsea:
Situated In tbe county of Highland, State
oi unio, ana iu in townsnip oi rami, ana
adjoining the above desorlbed premises,
beunded and desorlbed as follows: A part of
Hardin Beddlsk A Co.'s survey No. 1882. on
the waters of Rattlesnake, fork of Paint
creea. oeginuing at sums, original corner
of survey : tbence wttb tbe line thereof K ,
w iv w.7i t-ui poies to a stone in me origi
nal line of sarvey ; tbence wltb said line N.
44 W. 74 7-10 poles to tbe beginning, contain,
log SOW acres and at poles, more or leas.
Bald premises baa been appraised at flrst
traot, seventeen hundred and forty (11740)
dollars; second tract, one thousand (11000)
dollars, and can not sell for less than two
thirds ot said appraisement.
Terms of sals Cash on day of aale.
H. O. DAWSON.
Sheriff of Highland County, Ohio.
Pavey A Bowles, Attorneys.
Preaching at tbe "Oak-leaf' school bouse,
May leu, at a p. m. uy &ev. winonam.
A debating society has been organized at tbe
Sicily school house, wbieb meets every Tnee
dsy nigbt. Tbe question for nsxt Tuesday
night U, "Uesolved. That Lincoln displayed
greater staisemsnirnp man naamagtoa.
Tbe following are tbe eons of teachers of
Clay township for the coming winter, vis:
Henry Hopkins, 0. 0. Foust. Alfred Daneaasoa,
A. H. Beamee, Thomas Cot man, C. O. Peddi
cord, Jobs Campbell, Peter Yoobnsa and Jobs
Baeklcm'' Ant'lca UalTe.
Ths Best Halve tn tbe world for Oats, Braises,
Bores, Ulcers, BaM Bbeass. revtrBeyes, Tetter.
Chapped Heads, OhtlhlaiBS. Coras, aa4 all
BklBKantioBe.'andtoaitlTelv ewes Piles, er
MMqrrsMfMd. Ittegaeraateedto sjiveea
UresaMetaettaa, or seoaejr refMded. Wee
Hats, Gaps' and Bents Furnishings.
Come and see the Largest and Finest Stock of Goods in the
above lines ever brought to the city. I trill begin the Spring
v Trade by an ENTIRE REDUCTION in prices, regardless of
the advance in values. Call and judge between mo and my
neighbors, and see that I mean it when I say that
I Sell Better Goods For Less Money!
Than any other dealer in the county. I can do this because
of my superior advantages in purchasing, and I propose to give
my customers the benefit, "Live and let live" is my motto.
NOTICE is hereby given that a petition
will be presented to tho Commissioners
of Highland county, at their next session, Juno
7th, A D. 1886, praying for the establishment
of a connty road on the following line, to-wlt i
Beginning at a point in the Careytown freo
turnpike near the southeast corner of Daniel
Ockcrman s orchard, running thence south
through the land of John Ockerman to a atone
corner of Daniel Jones' laud thence south
along the line of John Ockerman and Daniel
Jones, running on the land of Daniel Jnnea to
a corner ot said Ockerman and Jones in said
Ockerman's south line ; thence southeast
through the land of Daniel Jones to a lane ;
thence south along said lano past the residence
of Samuel Engle to the southwest corner of
Jesslo Eagle's farm ; thence on tbe line of ad
joining iarms to said lane to where it turns
east ; thence along said lane to a point where
it intersects tbe county road east of the resi
dence of Mary Marriaty.
D. B. Jones and others.
Geo. II, Uimlnei etal.,ez'rs,vs. Wesley Copes
el ul. HlulilHtid County Court of Common
PleaH. CuuNo 4200.
ORDER OF BALE.
In mirtcnniicA of tin order Issued from the
nanrlnf f'nmmntl Plftnil within Alld for the
county of Highland and State nf Ohio, made
aiiuevpni term mi-reui a, w. ioouiihu iu
me directed, I will offer for sule nt public
auction at the door of the Court-house, In
the town of Hillsboro, on
Saturday, Jnno 12th, A. D. 1880,
nt two o'clock p. in. of said day, the follow
ing described real estate, to wit:
Riinnta In thetnwnahlDof Liberty. county
of liliihlnnd, nnd State of Ohio, and bonnded
and described aa follows: BeKlnnlnjC at a
atone In the westerly margin of the Ripley
and Ulllsborongh turnpike road, about
seven-eights ot a mile from the court house
or tlieoounty aioresaiu.sniti mono ueina u
corner stone between tile lands formerly
owned by Isaao Sams, Alexander B.Hams,
Carlton C. Sams and in Robert Ballard's
survey No. 2513, aucl running thence N. 62
30 W. 46 poles to n stone ; thence H. 71 W. 60
poles to a stoue ; thence 8. 78 W. 47 poles to
a stoue in the easterly line of Temple Elli
ott's survey No. 24S2; thence 8 15 E. i
Roles to a stone ; theuce 8 09" B. 80 3 5 poles
a stone in the westerly bank of the Ripley
and Hillsborough turnpike road ; thence N.
ie K. 149 nolan to the nlace nf bealnulun.
containing 102 acres, more or less.
Situate in the town of Hillsborough, High
land conntv. State of Ohio, bounded and de
scribed as follows, towlt: Situate on tbe
southeast corner of Main and West streets,
ana using me west nair oi in-iot numoer
twenty-three (23), reference being had to the
rnorovu liiut Ul wiv wwu ul niuiuuiuuKu,
Ohio, and being the same premlsea sold and
oonveyeu dv jj, bcoii. assignee in nana-
rnptey of Z. Handley, bankrupt, to Hester
A. McColglu by deed dated June 17th, 1869.
Situate In the vlllaae of Hillsborough.
county of Highland, State of Ohio, and In
B. F. Johnson's addition to said village, on
tbe south side ot South street, and bonnded
on the east by a lot conveyed by Isaao Col
vin to Elisabeth aud Sarah J. Lambert, and
on tbe west by a lot conveyed to Francis
Campbell ; the lot bere conveyed being fifty
four (64) feet front on South street, and run
ning back south 198 feet to an alley, same
width, being a lineal section of lot No. 402,
and a cross section of lot No. 401 of said ad.
dlllon, as found on tbe recorded plat of said
addition to said village of Hillsborongb, In
cluding a cross section of an alley between
mem, now vocaieu una ueiug tue Mine
Sremlseeoonveyed to Joseph B. Foraker by
obn Coleman and wife by deed, dated the
18th dav of June. 1876. and recorded In vol.
6, pages OS tnd 66, Hlgbland county records.
Situate In tbe oour.tr of Highland, and
State of Ohio, and being t ie east half of In
lot number twenty-three (23) In tbe town of
Hillsborough. Obio, known and designated
by said No 23 on the recorded plat of said
town, being 49i feet in front on Main street
and extending back that width to the alley,
saving and excepting sixteen feet and four
Inches front off of the east side of said lot
No. 23, heretofore sold and conveyed by the
said Wesley Copes and wife to Luorella
Bltuate In the oounty of Highland, town
ablp of Liberty, and State of Oblo: Begin
ning at a stake in the turnpike road leading
from Hillsborough to Blpley, northwest
corner to J. M. Trimble, and running thence
with turnpike N. 19 E. 12 poles to a stone;
tbence with one of tbe lines of V. C. Sams
N.70 W. 80 poles to a s one, another of bla
corners; tbence with another of bis lines
N. 15 45W. 106 poles to a stone; thenee N.
76 W. 139)4 poles to a stone, the northwest
corner to the heirs of Jobal Holiday, dee'd:
tbence with one of tbelr lines 8.18 W.71
pelea to a etone: thence with another of
their lines 8. 75 W. 61 poles to a stone, cross-lne-
tbe Rocky Fork at US Doles; thence B.
15 4V E 17 poles to a stone, northwest corner
to j. m . jrimoiss isnu : mence witn nta line
N. 63 DICE. 25 poles to a stone; t hence 'rt.8B
E. 10 poles to a. stone; thenee B. 42E.21
s wee e,w ss etuun ttmmw tug ssvj uumwvuMsjj siiguv
shea S)a aa alnnA wtasesselm siaa rfftuwAufJd e StiMnaiai
a a. iv poica lunBtuno; invosf x a.
141 Doles to a alone: thenee 8. 884A'K. 87K
poles to a stone ; tbeoee 8. 7 B. ta S 10 poles
to tbe beginning, containing one hundred
and fourteen acres, more or less, part of sur
veys Nos. 248 and 961S, and being the same
nremlsea conveyed b T. Q. Hoasard. as as
signee of J. II. Bojd In trust for the benefit
of creditors, to Wealer Copes, by died dated
March th,A. D. 1876T and recorded In vol
ume No. 61. pages 180 and 140 of tbe record of
deeda of Highland connty, Oblo.
Bald premises has been appraised st flrst
tract, sis thousand sis hundred and slaty
two dollsrs and Aft cents (SSSeUM) ; second
tract, els thousand one hundred dollars
(Miovj: third trect.one thousand two nun
dred dollars (SHOO); fourth traet. one thou
sand tbree hundred dollars ($1380); flflb
traet, four thousand one hundred and four
dollars t41M, and can not sell for lees tban
two-thirds ot said appraisement.
Terms of aale Cash on day of sale.
H. O. DAWSON,
Sheriff Hlgbland County, O.
Oeo. B. Gardner, Attorney.
May DKh, 188.
"VTOTiai to hereby glrsn that tbe nader-
)eM appelated aad qaaMfled
she estate of Jeeeb W. Biefc-
ardeca, lets of Hifbland eeswtjr, OWo, dee'd,
By IM ITS sail uoan Of seta ssasniy.
laay 19,1Mb, A.T.BU'
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THE COUNTY JAIL, HILLSBORO, OHIO,
HALLOWELL & CLARKJ
WITH A LABQB STOOK OF
Pine Lumber, Shingles, Lath
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, &c.
For Special Prices call at oar 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 nells us tho
Most Pounds Turkeys
To tho one thai soils us tho ' ,
OF THEIR OWN RAISING,
TURKEY DELIVERED BETWEEN HOY. 20 AND. DEC. 17, 1886
Having improved our facilities for shipping, we can
use 300 dozen chickens and 20,000 dozen eggs per week
tho year round. ' " 5 J ' .)') '
Thanking kind friends and patrons for past favors, we
hope to merit -a -continuance of the same. r
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H. W. WOLFE & GO.
HILLSBORO, OHIO. L
B. W. Creed vs. Allen T.HIser. Highland
County Court ot Common Pleas. Case No.
ORDER Of BALE.
In pursuance ot an order Issued from the
Court of Common Pleaa within and for tbe
oounty of Highland and State of Oble. made
at tbe April term thereof A. D. 1680. and
to sne directed, I will offer for sale at public
auction at the door ot the Court Mouse, in
the town ot Hillsboro, on
Hsturtsy, May 8tb, A. D. 1886,
At 8 o'clock p. an. at said day, tbe following
deaci Ibed real estate, to-wit t
Situate In Marshal township, In tbe conn
ty of Hlgbland, and Slate of Oblo, and
bounded and described as follows, to-wlt:
Beginning at a atone In tbe original line and
In tbe line of J. L. Hughes' land and corner
to John N. Butters, being Butters' northwest
corner; tbence with the original line and
the line of J.L. Hughes N.S8034" W.OT71
100 poles to a stone In tbe original line of
Wlnlock'e aurveyand in the line of Jas. 8.
Carlisle's land) thence s. with the original
line and the line ot said Carlisle and of John
H. Creed 308H poles to three white oaks from
ana root n.w. corner to tbe land formerly
owned by Joseph frump ; tbence east with
the line of. tbe land ot said Frnrap'iaoJi
pols to tbe middle point between two elms
and dogwood n. e. corner to tbe Frump
laud ; thence S. 44" W. 20K poles to a stone,
being thee, w, corner to tbe land onoa own
ed by John Frump ; tbence east GO poles to a
stone lu the line ot John Graham's survey
and corner to Wm. Frump's land; tbence
N. 2 45" W. 110 Ul In to a atana and aornar to
aald Wm. Frump; tbence east wltb said
Frump's line 1 poles to a stone, another cor
ner to said Frump; thenee wltb tbe line of
said Frump's Una N. 2 45" E. 67 poles to a
stone, another corner to said Frnmp, planted
in the county road and In the line oil). But
ters' land; thenee west wltb ald Bnttera'
tbenoe with said Butters' line and tbe ooua
ty road N.'M 47-WO poles toastoaeand corner
to tbe land conveyed by deed made by A. T.
Hlser and wife to Jobn N. Butters: tlienoe
N. SS' ID" W. 70 40-100 poles with tbe llneof J.
N. Butters' lead to a etone oorner to said
Butters! tbenoe wltb said line N. 24S"E.
87 Si-iOu poles to a stone and oorner to said
Butters: tbence wltb another llneof aald
Bolters N.12"3( WiW poles to astoaeand
corner to aald Butters, aad tbe stone planted
In Spring branch; tbence wltb Butters' line
N. 245 K. 42 poles to tbe beginning, eon
lalnlug tbree hundred and thirteen (818)
acres more or leas, and being a part of win
loek survey. No. 28SS. ,.
Seld premises has been appraised at eight
tbonsand seven bund rtd and sixty-four do.
tare (88,764), and can, not sell for leas tban
two-thirds of said appraisement.
Terms of sale Cash on day of sale.
H. C. DAWSON,
Sheriff Highland County, Ohio,
Matthews, DeBroln A Mogeett, All'ye.
April awn, ma.
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Imperium in Imperii)
Tbe GENUINE ARTICLE is onlrf to bad
at tbs store of tbe
HILLSBORO. HARDWARE GO.
Unprincipled dealers misrepresent their plows
and point as the Imperial, and sosaethaes
deceive the unwary, but tbs rUxunoBo
HsxswAki Op. is the only agent
for the GENUINE
In Hillsboro, Ohio, at their sew store,
18 S, Hjgh, Streete
In Plflrs !
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Cultivators, ;" , ,:,
Double Shovel PloWs,'
Acme Harrows. "
Plow Steels, "I
Tin Roofing awL ,
Jewel Xange and Vapor Itsyrei,
And we want to sell 'ess. Call aad see.
HILLSBORO HARDWARE CO, '
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