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MAY 86, -
i bill to compel thu teaching of the
ell'octs of .narcotics and stimulants in the
public schools of tho District of Colum
bia nml the territories hns passed Con
gress and is now a law. This h an object
for which temperance people have been
striving so long and a point has at last
boon scored. Many of the States have
enacted a similar measure and the action
of Congress will furnish a new precedent
for the remaining Statq Legislattn es to
Tho ruoie distinctly workingmon sep
arate themselves from socialists and an
nrchistis, the more hope there will be
for tho final triumph of the lab6r move
ment. America cannot tolerate the riot
ous, lawless elements which Europe has
emptied on her shores, and by meeting
these cowardly, villainous butchers who
champion the attempt to annihilate
right In any spirit other than antagon
ism, the American labor organization
v ill lose popularity and gain enmity.
The smiling score of Senatorial sneaks
who left tho state between tno days
have made a remorseful return. One
fact must make them peculiarly sad
that they had not been missed. There
More no tolling of bells nor pathetic
memorial addresses. No crape hangs
out where they used to hang out. The
spring poetA of tho State Capital have not
devoted their time to melancholy lamen
tations. Business progresses as usual.
They have written an appeal "to the
people of Ohio," in which they make a
futile endeavor to apologizo for miscon
duct by arraigning Republicans for do
ing their duty. Jtut the scheme won't
work, rue people Iioiu tneui in con
tempt and their on n partv is heartily
ashamed of them. Not one ot them will
ever be returned to the trust which ho
has so flagrantly betrayed.
The Legislature has restored the Con
gressional District of 1882, knocking out
the Democratic goirymandering divis
ion, which had been in force for some
time. This is right. The State should
be redistricted only every ten years, at
the time when the census is taken.
The increase or decrease in population
1 emulates our representation and at regu
lar periods tho arrangement of districts
should be revised and corrected. The
Democracy in its effort to gain power
changed the districts so as to throw the
odds on the other side. There w ere no
reasons other than politital for the Demo
cratic gerrymandering scheme, and the
present movement is merely a restora
tion of the districts w hich should not
have been changed. The old 12th Dis
trict, which we are now in, is composed
of Pike, lloss, Clinton, Brown and High
land, Now that the Dow law is in effect,
which is simply the Scott law, minus the
unconstitutional clauses, why do not
prohibition advocates take advantage of
its provision for local option ? In vain
did they try to secure an amendment to
the Constitution, prohibiting the liquor
traffic, and utterly futile is the attempt
of the Prohibition party to gain political
ascendency. The reason for the failure
of the Prohibition party is patent. No
party can exist except in a ridiculous
minority if it is not founded on some
other principles .beside the prohibition
of -the liquor traffic. Neither is a declar
ation favor of woman suffrage a suffic
ient appendage, for it will onlyadd a few
hen-pecked husbands. The people want
to know of any ambitious party w here it
stands on the tariff, finance, currency,
civil Bervice, Mormon, Chinese and other
public questions. It must put forward
some sound, practical theory of govern
ment and it can not gain power until it
does. The present state of affairs is not
healthy for sprouting young parties and
Republicans, who nave been wasting
their votes on Prohibition candidates,
should cease their folly and concentrate
their efforts on a local option movement.
Local option is the nearest road to abso
Inl ast week's Gazette the editor cov
eitly accuses us of unjustly abusing him
in connection with the fight which has
been inaugurated between the Gazette
and Captain E. Carson. We do not hold
ourselves responsible for what may ap
pear in these columns over anybody's
signature, except bo far as we may be
concerned in publishing the opinions of
a second person. That is Captain Car
son's own fight. Whoever bitterness
lie possesses we have no part in. We
make the same statement now that we
did when Governor Hart's article was
published a short time since : When a
public vian it attacked in a public way he
iliould be alfauxi to defend himself in public
print. Whoa the managers of our con
temporary let fly their missiles of malice
at citizens who Hire no public method
of replying, the Nkys-Hebu.ii is ready
to do the attacked party justice.
We have never been in favor of ripping
private character up the back. Person
ally our relations with the editors of the
Gazette are pleasant and wo have no de
v aire to change them. Although we have
been urged to make capital of the char
acter! of R. T. Hough, R. M. Dittey and
A. E. Hough we haye refrained, holding
that private, character should be
shielded from astanlt through the press.
s Iftbe editor) ol the Gazette will follow
the suae wUe rale they will not get into
ajaefc warm predicament aa the one in
wbiea they are basking at present,
May 22ni, 1986,
C. M lthoailea ia couterapUtlng a visit to tho
Did you tee the broad amlle on Wm. William
aoti'a face? It's a girl.
C. A. Cummins !' been quite nick the pait
week. Dr. Dm all, of Marshall, ia attending
Mr. David T.ucaa and wife, ot Weatborn, at
tended the Imrial ot Mr. John N, Butters lai-t
Andrew Smi, ulfo ami aon, George, and
wife, of Italnaborn, Waited Juaiph Hell last
Mra. Adam Miller ia lying very low with lung
uispRse. Dr. snmn, or Binning ssniingn, ia at
D. Recce Cnmming8 while, out hunting the
other day killed a squirrel which measured
twenty-Bevei Inches from tip to tip.
May 24th, 188C.
Eli Haines made a trip to Waahington 0. II.,
W. H. Fenn and wife lsltcd friends In the
Hill City laat Tuesday.
Henry Todhunter moved into the house late
ly occupied by Gbas. Eneedler last week.
John Delph has purchased an incubator and
proposes to go into the poultry business.
Oco. Sapp is on tho sick Hat and was confin
ed to his room tho fore part of the week.
John Btarn was given quite- a surprise last
Tuesday ia honor of his birthday. Quite a
pleasaut timo ia reported.
There will be a missionary meeting at this
place Thursday night, the 27th. Rov. Wells, of
Ralnaboro, and D. S. Ferguson, of Leeaburg,
will address the people. Let everybody go.
Quite a crowd paid a visit to the falls at this
pla e Saturday last. Nearly every Saturday
there is a crowd from diffeient parts of the
county visits these falls and the grand scenery
May 19th, 1886.
Mr. Ed Warson, of the Hill City, was here
yesterday on buslnees.
Rev. W. J. Baker, of ClarLsville, 0., is here
calling on some or ins numerous menus.
U. H. llcdkev. C. W. Edenfield and C. A,
Heard are in attendance at the sale of short
horn cattle at Chlllicothe to-day.
Rev. Edmiston, of Winchester, preached here
laat Sunday, he and Rev. C. W. Brings ex
changing pulpits. After preaching be baptized
a numner oi cnuuren ana auuiis.
Mr. Hardin heads and lady were here yester
day visiting their old friend, Uncle Johnnie
Armstrong, whose health has been very poor
tor some time, ana nut nine noue oi ins recov
ery is entertained at present.
Our Sunday school is in a prosperous condi
tion, and by the way we are to have a new or
gan for our school. Through the earnest ef
forts of Mr. Jo Few, who is acknowledged the
beat collector in the county, enough money has
been suuacrlbeo, and it will be ordered liamedi
May 22nd, 1886.
A few cases of whooping cough are reported
in tnis neignnoruooa.
Mies Ruth Burvllle, of Balnbridge, was the
guest of Misses Mollie and Anna Worley last
The Odd Fellows' hall has been repapered
and repainted, which improves its- appearance
Children's Dav will be observed at the Pres
bytenan Church in this place the second Sun
day in June, wnlcn occurs on the IStn.
We were in error last week in stating that tLe
school house would be built on the same ground
tnat tne oia one eanas on. it win be built on
the lot formerly owned by Oeo. Cunningham,
M. R. Elliott, W. B. Elliott, Bnrch Elliott
and J. F. Bechtel couldn't thiak of anything
else so last uonaay tney taunoned a boat in
llattlesnaice creek ana sailed ror the l'olnt,
riachinc their destination about one o'clock.
They report a good time. It may be well to
add that they were good looking gentlemen,
ana an Daiuneaaea Dm tnree.
May 22nd, 1880.
Mrs. C. A. Head is at present visiting her
motner at i.ocnst urove.
B. F. McCord has been on the sick list for
some time past, but is now better.
Mrs. RiBh. nuite an aged ladv livinc on
Main street, is In a pitiable condition physically
David Rish has been afflicted for some time
past with rheumatism iu both feet, but is
The members of tho M. E. Church aro still
pushing the work of raising money mi thsnew
cnurcn witu some degree or success.
Tho school house grounds are at present
alive with workinemen. Brick makers, stone
cutters ana carpenters are an busy, ilio work
win uo completed mis summer.
Rev. Luck, of Dodsonville. will Dreach in
Joshua Ferneau's grove on next Sabbath. In
tne arternoon quite a number or tno congrega
tion will be baptized by immersion.
This place seems to be situated ont of the
storm region, as we have never yet been visited
by any calamity or tne Kind. Persons desiring
a safe retreat would do well to summer in this
May 21th, 1886.
Henry Molor is again in our midst.
Dave Stroup visited friends in Blanchester
Ed. F. Ellis visited bis father at Pricetown,
Johnson Stroup entertained friends from
Clinton county on Tuesday.
Our band is once more rallvinc. We are
also to have a drnm corps soon.
Rev. Chas. Lnck occupied the nulnlt of the
M. E. Church on Sabbath evening.
Miss Lola Parker, of Lvnchbunr. is vlnltlni?
lior cousins, the Misses Pratt, south of town.
Wm. Abernathr. U. S. O. Lvnchbnrs distill
ery, and lady, visited at the Pratt mansion on
Some of our teachers and would-be teachers.
attended the examination at Georgetown on
Mrs. Minnie Shaffer, of Allensbnre. as.
riouslyill. Hopes for her recovery aro begin
ning to fade.
Joshua Shaffer's smiline face miv acaln ha
seen at his grocery, on the corner of Main and
John Orebaush. one of theleadinS inrlata of
our township, will interview the State Bar Ex
aminers next Tuesday,
The County Commissioners will crobablv
straighten the course of Units creek through
our village in the near future.
The funeral services .of Mrs. Marararet
Stroup, of Kansas, who died recently, will take
place here, on next Sabbath. Bev. L. If, Davis
wiu discourse irom realm, za-a. Deceased was
a daughter of George False, of this place.
Decoration cay will be observed at this nlace
on Monday next. The grave in the cemetery
nere wiu ue uecoraveu ai it m. xne process
Ion will then proceed to Stroup's graveyard,
thence to Lynchburg, to assist in the services
there. Flowers may be left at the store of
Joshua Shaffer. Music by the Dodsonville
There Is a band of bad boys in oar village,
who call themselves the "Regulators," who have
been making night hideous for sometime past.
Their latest depredation was the removal of
a rail pen which Wm. Miller had built on
Blpley street. William was considerably vexed,
but could not catch the boys. He rebuilt the
Samuel Workman will no doubt be a 'bigger"
man than Dan Dalton. He was arrested on
Ihursdsy last for forgery. This is the third
time be has been arrested for the same offense
in the last year. There are two charges bang
log over him at present. The first,! or forging
a note, ia referred to the Probata Court. The
preliminary bearing intbe seoood, which if
for forging an officer's name to a receipt for
having Paid a ludgment. will take nkea oat
Tuesday, before Mayor Torrie, of Lynchburg.
Samuel is born of respectable parents, bat Is
undoubtedly a black sheep. We are glad to
say that his parents do not npbold him In Ue
This is How You Looked
WHEN YOU WAS A LITTLE BABY.
Now that you are older, we want to ask you
to come and see our splendid assortment of
Dry Goods and Notions
S. E. HIBBE1M & SON
New Store !
We have just receiyed a large
goods, consisting ot
Millinery, Fancy Notions !
Purchased in New York, which
sKiii. uati ana see us at our new store.
EMMA COX fe SISTER,
South High Street opp.
OF OUR OWN
Unsurpassed for COMFORT
itiUMiiixi in JUJSiBTJKUtJXlOJM, sola at fcrKEATLiY
REDUCED PRICES, and FULLY WARRANTED.
If you need anything in
call and examine our stock,
REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE.
May 24th, 1886.
Mrs. J. A. Hhannon spent last week in our
Potatoes are selling; in this msrket at fifteen
cents per bushel.
H. L. Glenn and Dr. Eleckner were in the
city on Thursday.
J. A. Shannon and Hi Davis were on onr
streets on Saturday
Miss Ida Rough left Fridsv moraine for Ada.
Ohio, to attend school.
Brouzh Smith has moved to the Slnnlnc
building on Main street.
Isms Troth, Esq- transacted business at
Springfield, on Thursday.
Mrs. Maddoz. of West Elkton. O.. is vltitincr
her sister, Mrs. J. M. Holaday.
Mr. Al Hair will start for Minnesota to-day
to work at the carpenter trade.
Decoration Services will be held hereMon-
dsy, May 31st. at 1 o'clock p. m.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Fettiiobn. of Bovt Kan..
were visiting friends here Tuesday.
Miss Maggie Glenn, of Blllsboro. snent Hon-
day and Tuesday with Uarry Glenn and wife.
Mrs. w.i B. Gaddia and daushter. Anna.
were in Cincinnati Wednesday and Thursday,
Farmers have been delayed by the late rains
in planting corn. Some haye not planted any
Two car loads of cattlo were shinned from
the distillery pens to Cincinnati ju Wadnee
day. J. W. O'Brien has moved his tin and stove
store into bis new building, opposite Bering's
Bevs. Briggs and i.oyd will address the mis
sionary meeting at the M. E. Church, on Wed-
W. L. Glblsr, our Assessor, has completed
his work. There is an increase of taxable
property in the township over last year of eight
Mrs. Glenn gave a' picnic to the Juvenile
Sewing Booiety, on Saturday, at Woodmanaee's
grove. The young folks were highly pleased
with tne entertainment.
Aaron Musgrove, of Bugartree Ridge, was in
our town on Friday. Be has been employed
to teach the school in the Glady district, north
'of town, in Clinton county.
During church last Sunday, while the preach
er was discoursing on the seoond coming of
Christ and the ladies were making a survey of
the new hats, the Hawa-HcMLO man was
counting the number of persons present rep-
reecBHDE me aiBereai orarrs loosiea m oar
town. Here is the result i Ancient Order of
United Workmen, 11 j Odd Fellows, 6 1 Grand
Anv, S Mason., 3.
New Goods !
invoice of new and desirable
were selected with taste and
Post Office, HILLSB0R0.
in riding motion, and DU-
our line it will pay you to
or write for catalogue and
Daniel Boads raised a large barn week before
Arthur Toll and William Woods are again on
Elder J. W. Ruble preached his last discourse
uuuer nis present contract last uunday.
Mrs. Bev. Pearson will talk to the people on
the missionary topio next Sunday evening at
tue . e. unurcn.
CoL T. P. Vance's office is completed except
oue coat of varnish In the back room. The Col
onel a orace is a aaisy
8unday school reunion met at the Christian
unurcn at a ociocJt p. m. 'xney meet again in
four weeks at Burns' school konse at 2 o'clock
We understand that Charley Brown has made
his headmiarters in the Hill Ctir for the pur
pose of dealing in stock. Charley will buy
msai, you oet.
There was a meeting at the Christian Chnrch
on the evening of the 18th lost, for the Durnoaa
ui uiaaiug amogemenii lor Memorial uey, a.
J. Toll was elected president, and J. Matthews
secretary. The following were, chosen on the
different conunitteea : ,
Committee on General Arrangements T. P.
- 1-, . m ... :: i
Vance, H. B. Crosier, O. C. Foust, Robert Pal
mer, James jsarnean, A. t. Moon ana Andrew
Committee to decorate the soldiers' sravea In
the different grave yards in the township
Hall's grave yard, Henry Hall and 'Squire Og
den Hopkins', Orant Hopkins and Pinkerton
Foreman ; Brown's, Charles Brown and Henry
Wright Bollowtown, Joseph Qomlaand O, w.
Committee on Finance J. W. Matthews. T.
P. Vance and Samuel Moon.
Committee on Musio James Pnckett. T. A.
Scott and 0, A. ToU.
Committee to flag graves Allen Poekatt and
Committee on Flowers All the ladles of the
township are cordially invited.
Linapiaio a. , 10.1.
Marshal CoL T. P. Vance, and Samuel
committee oi smau girisKua Brown, name
Duval! and Kit Earhears.
Committee to aaeertain the naaasa and regi
ment of each soldier Robert Palawr.
The meeting adjourned to meet Thursday
night, Kay 97th. lliscoismltteeondcoraaiag
the grave at the different grave yard wiH at
tend to deooratiag in the ssilng. Tksawe
nUao(thagravseattlMaMers1 grave n4
wUlooasaanoe at one o'cloek. .After the swe-
raUngtbeMasaorialaddreaf wW be eWivered
at we a. k. unurcn or noa, vm snoane,
THE TEMPLE OF
Come and see
. ,. , above lines ever brought to the city. I will begin the Spring ,
Trade by an ENTIRE 'REDUCTION In prices, regardless of w"v
the advance in values. Call and Judge between me and my - ' ' "'iu'1
neighbors, and see that I mean it when I say that ,
I Sell Better
Than any other
of my superior advantages in purchasing, and I
my customers the benefit. "Live and let live'
B. P.and E.J. Smtt.ex'r. Ac, vs. William
Ulbler et "I. Hluhlntid County Court of
Common Pleas. Case No, .
OUDER Of BALK.
In pnntkiance of an order Issued from the
Conrt of Common P eaa within and for the
county of Highland and Slate of Ohio, made
at the April trm thereof A. D. 1886, and to
me mrecteu, i will oner for Halo at public
auction nt tho door of the Court-House, Iu
the town of Hlllsboro, on
Saturday, June 20tli, A. D. 1880,
at one o'clock p.m. of said dnytlie following
desorlbed real estate, to-wlt : ,
Hltnated In Htahlaml nmititv nnri Hlafa nff
Ohio, a certain tract of land containing; 85
aores more or less ami dnscrlbed hh fellows:
On the waters of the Rocky Forte of Paint
creek, beginning nt a atone In the West
union road and a. e. corner of thin tract;
thence running with said road N. 1 E.43
poles Ion alone; thence N. 18 W. 40 poles to
a stone In the wrst side of said road and cor
ner to John A. Patterson; thence with his
line 8. OP. W. 100 pole to a stono near a
branch, another corner to paid Batteraon'a
linn; thence with said Ulbler'a line 8. 82
E.108 poles to the beginning, being the same
land conveved by Samuel Qlbler and wife to
nuiiainuioieron tne oin or April, 1871.
Bald premlaea has hern appraised alone
thOU8and find flftv fSMKm flnllara. anH nan
not sell for less than two-thirds of said ap-
Terms of sale Cash on day of sale.
It. C. DAWSON.
.. . Sheriff Highland County, Ohio
Wm. M. Meek, Attorney. ,
May 28th, 1880.
"DICHABD WISE, whose residence is un-
.w luu.ui viua mi. uuviue tua. un me zaw
day of April, A. D. 1880. The First National
Bank of Hillsborough, Ohio, a corporation duly
incorporated unuer ine laws or tne united
Statei, filed its petition against him in the Com-
nn Dlaan flm. nt 174 t.la..l AnMn& rUt 1
HNH .WM wwm . w. HI5UI.UU VUUUkJ, UU1U, IU
case No. 1325, said petition containing two
causes oi action, tne oni oi wnicn is rounaed
upon a promissory note executed and delivered
by said Richard Wise to one William H. Bussy
or order, and bv bim sold and conveyed to the
said First National Bank of Hillaboronirh.
Ohio, dated January 3d, 1885, and calling for
tira eu, one aix mourns alter date, with inter
est from maturity until oald. and the second
cause of action being founded upon a promis
sory note executed and delivered by said Bieh
ard Wise to one Ewing Newby or order, and
uj una aoiu ana oanveyeu so tne saia Hirst
National Bank, dated January 9lh, 1885, and
calling for 915.80 with 8 per cent, from date.
Petition further recltee that there ia dna
from said Richard Wiae to said First National
liana- oi tuusDorougn, unto, on Doth causes of
action the snmof 187.90, with interest on
133.60 thereof from the 3d dav of Jnlr. A. D.
1885, at 6 per cent , and interest on 915 80
tnereoi irom January uin, a. v. 1886. at eight
ner cent, for which amount the said First Nat.
ional Bank asks Judgment and for costs of
Richard Wise will also take notice that on
the 34th of April, 1886. the said First National
Bank filed aa affidavit in said cause, stating
that the claim in said action is founded upon
two promissory notes made by said Richard
Wise and calling for 122.60 and 15.80 re
spectively, and dated January 2d, 1885, and
January 91b, 1685, respectively, due six and
four months after date, respectively executed
and delivered to and assigned by William H.
Bussy and Ewing Newbv respectively to the
said First National Bank, the 133 60 note
nearing a per oeni. interest from July 3d, 1885,
and tbe$15.80 note bearingintsrest at 8 per cent
from January 9th, 1885, and that said claim Is
J net and thai said Richard Wise is a non-resident
of the Bute.
And said Richard Wise will further take
notice that on the 19th day of May, 1886, an
order of attachment was issued in said case,
directed to the Sheriff of Highland county,
Ohio, and that by him on the same day the
following property jtm attached, via; Fifty
aoree of land off of the south end of the land
formerly owned by Christopher Wise, now de
ceased, tubjeot to the life estate of Sarah A.
Wise, the widow of the eald Christopher Wise,
or that portion of the life estate of said Sarah
A. Wise, that she shall remain the widow of
seid Christopher Wise. Said Interest being in
said Blchard Wise bv virtue of will of aald
Christopher Wise, and situate in the county of
Highland, and State of Ohio.
Said Blchard Wiae ia reanlred to inn uM
retition on or before the 81st day of July, or
judgment will be taken against him by default.
may26-7 Attorneys for plaintiff.
Hbtice to Contractor!.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at
the County Auditor's office in Hillsbom.
Ohio, until twelve o'clock noon, on Monday.
ue sun aay oi June, isoo, tor me Duiiaing or
a two storv briok schoolhouse in eub-distriot
No. 15, Paint township, Highland county,
Ohio, eooordlns to the Dlans andsoecifioatlona
on file in said Auditor'e office.
Each bid must contain the name of every
person Interested in the same, and be aooom
panied by anJScUnt guarantee of some dlali
tereeted peraoa that It the 'bid is accepted a
contract will be entered into, and the perforse
anoe of it properly secured.
The bids fer each kind of material called for
by the specifications, must be stated separately
and the price of each gives), and the price of
labor must also be separstetr stated.
None but the lowest resoosslble bid will be
accepted, and the right to reject any or all
bide is hereby reserved by the Board of County
Terms Orders of the Treasury of Paint
township, payable first of March and Septem-
Sealed bide will also be received at same
time aad place, for purchase of eld school
aevee, except far-item, in sail sal-distriot
said bejidlag to be reaved by purchaser ; the
right to reject asy or all bid for kosa re-
Jay order of County ooBwiatloaera.
Oao. W. Laravax,
AwkHer Migh)e.d eawtyO.
stai4MM,Oro, Mayst, im w
and Gents' FurnishiiP
the Largest and Finest Stock
dealer in the county. I can
THE COUNTY JAIL, HILLSBORO, OHIO.
AT OUR YARD CORNER,
Court and Short Streets,
Hallowell & Clark.
WE LEAD-OTHERS FOLLOW!
XO .IHT GrOX.DI
To tlic farmer's wife who sells us tho
Most PoiHids Ttukep.
To tho one
OF THEIR OWN RAISING,
TURKEY DEUVEED BETWEEN 10720 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 i V tf Z
Thanking kind friends arid' patrons for past iavore, we
hope to merit a continuance of the same..
H. W. WOLFE & CO,
HILLSBORO, OHIO. "1
EMILY FENNEB, of Barrett, Marshal
county, Kansas, will take notice that H.
Q. Blcharda did on the eighth day of May, A.
D. 1886, file bis petition in the Court or Com
mon Pleas, of Highland oonnty. Ohio, asking
Judgment against said Emily Fanner for the
sum of seventy dollars and thirty-fire cents,
and interest from April 34th, 1886, on an ac
count for medical attendance and medleinee
administered, delivered, found and provided
her, at her request. That there was issued in
said action an order of attachment witch was
levied upon the undivided one-tenth of the
following described real estate as the interest
of the aaid Emily Feoner therein to-wit i Situ-
ate in me oonnty ot nigniana, ana Htete of
Ohio, Mid in the township of Jeckeou, boakded
and described as follow : -
I TOUT TBACT. '
Beginning at two whiteoaks from one root,
S. Wi corner of Mlohael. Kern's survey Mo.
1269, thenoe N, 69 pole towa stone in the orig
inal line, thence E. 100 Doles to a stone in Mia
center ot the creek, tbenoe B, 76 poles to a
tone in ins original line, ineaoe n. 1UU powi
to the beginning, oontaiulog forty-five acres
more or less.
Situate in the conntv of Hirbland. Htats of
Ohio, and In Jackson township, and- bounded
as follows i A part of survey No. 1SW,
for 200 acre on Bmsocreek. and being the
same premises which Jeremiah Mercer died
seized of. Beginning at two whiteoaks the N.
W. corner of original amrvey No. , of
which this is a patt, Yhenoe 8. 8t dvgreee E.
with the original Una 161 pole to a stone, tb
K. E. oornsr to aaid surrey, thesoe with an
other original Un 8. 1 deg., W. M pole to the
center of the ereek, elm aad sycamore on
north bask, thence so tit easier of the treek
follow!: it meejidarbswe. to the Una of
Joseph McCoy and Feoner, thence N. 3 deg.,
tu, vi poise w tne a. . earner or xtouoy lot,
thsnoeN. 80 deg., W. 134 poles Jo two dog.
wood in another line, theaee witVUie original
line N. dear.. E. 60 Dole to tba beoinnhiir.
containing IS5 acre more or less.
oaia property .appraised, srst described
tract at feO per acre, and second described
tract at 140 ueraore.
Bald Kmib Fanner is notified that she la re.
quired to appear and answer said petition on
or before the Saturday after the Uth day of
June, A. D. 1886. S. O, IbcaiUM.
Miuaaoao, U May 1Mb, 1886.
Joan T. In, Attorney. w
emmasjmaa'isBa ''' nm sW
of Goods in the
do this because
propose to give
is my motto.
that sells us the
FARM aod SPRING WAGONS !
Pood -Work Wmnimiemui. no
convlet labor vooda.
Harness, Doulle and Single
For Ught driving- and l'or heary
work. ,-, i
HABNK88 PARTS, All Kiff,
' J' i, wiT
With Springs and Coaaplete fir
Reapers and Moirs !
HILLSB010 HARD! A1E CI,