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SEPTEMBER 8, -
Republican State Ticket.
For Secretary "of Stato,
JAMES 8. ROBINSON,
7 r of llnrdln.
Judge of the Supreme Court,
MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS,
ClerkOf the Supreme Court,
u'of Van Wert? i "
Commissioner of Common Schools,
Member Board of Public Works,
M. W. HAHN,
JUDICIAL CONVENTION !
Tho Republicans of the counties com
posing the second sub-division of the
Fifth Judicial District of Ohio will meet
in delegate convention at Greenfield, O.,
at one o'clock p. m. on Thursday, the
!lth day of September, A. D. 1880, to
nominatea candidate for Common Pleas
i Judge, to serve for tho full term of five
I j ears from the 9th day of February,
! 1887. Also a candidate .for.Coinmon
I Plea) Judge to serve for tho short term
of years from the 9th day of Febru-
ary, 1887. The ratio of representation
at said Convention shall bo one delegate
for every 150 votes cast for J. B. Foraker
for Governor in 1885.
By order of tho Republican Judicial
,' Committee, Second Sub-Division Fifth
District. M. Bor.os, Chairman.
The conduct of Bayard's special envoy
to Mexico, Gen. Sedgwick, while in that
country, is another great argument in
faor of tho reform (?) administration.
Next Monday is election day in Maine.
She elects this year a 'Governor, four
members of Congress and a Legislature,
which will choose a United States Sena
tor. The issues between the two parties
are, therefore, to a great degree national,
, and Maine will be watched with eager
Expart demagogues will be in demand
t by tho Democracy this fall, in order to
explain what Congress failed to do, cover
over tho broken promises made, explain
, Cleveland's vetoes, attempt to show that
. the President has not made a farce of
civil service reform, and to Jollify over
j Coal Oil Payne's alleged vindication.
. From the fact that Consul General
i Porch performed his sworn duties and
! informed tho department of the scandal-
ous conduct of Envoy Sedgwick, the
j great Secretary Bayard announces that
' he is to be punished for so doing, Bay
I ard has not as yet announced the form
; of punishment, but as he can not sus
pend him, we suppose Mr. Porch will
I continue in office until tho return of
Cleveland from Lake Saranac.
The Indiana State Republican Con-
j vention met at Indianapolis last Thurs
i day, and put in nomination tho following
excellent ticket: Lieutenant Governor,
1 Col. R. S. Robertson j Secretary of State,
' C. L. Griffin ; Auditor of State, Bruce
Carr; Treasurer, J. A. Lomcke; Attor
t ney-General, L. T. Michener ; Judge of
Supreme Court, B. K. Elliott ; Clerk of
Supremo Court, W. T. Noble ; Superln
i tendent of Public Instruction, H. M.
j The Prohibitionists are justly mad.
I Tho Republicans have had the execution
i of the liquor law for a great many years,
, and yet ft is notorious that there are
more rum shops in Maine, where worse
liquor is sold than in any other part of
; the country.
; In an editorial upon the issues of the
' present campaign in Maine the Public
' Herald, of Ripley, recently contained the
( above. It contains not one iota of truth.
If the Herald will look up the proceed
; ings of the recent Prohibition conven
tion in Maine it will see that they cheer
fully testify that Maine is twenty-fire
i. years in advance in the cause of temper
ance of the license States, this advance
; being brought about by th Prohibition
; laws now in force. These laws were en
acted thirty years ago by the Republi-
; cans, and have been so unforced by them
that ihe Prohibitionists 'themselves ac
'. knowledge the great good it has accom
i plished. Stick to the truth, Mr. Herald.
, The ChUlieothe Leader of last week in
speaking of Mr. Cyras Newby's with-
drawal from the Judicial contest contains
5 We are glad that Mr. Newby has con
I eluded to take this step, and we say it
i ..wm. .mo wimyvwi v. viiu ruu ja
la warm friend and admirer ofjjCyrus
1 Newby, and one who knows as well or
.Abetter than anyone else, how much Roes
aWA las m Jk ahaa aIi1Ia4I a a. .!
"; io uuuci uunjauuiu vj nun.
The Nxws-Huuu states correctly when
it says that tt was not Mr. Newby, but
his friends, that sought to push him for
the nomination this time. We knew
that, but did not feel lustiled In savins
so. until Mr. Newby had withdraws from
the coBtest himself, which be has now
aone. jar. a e w dj occupies a cobmum
1bk position as an attonev in hia own
county, a position from whleh he oan be
seen oy tne peopw ot tne wbom utrict,
sad there will doubtless coate Usae
when Roes .Bounty, as well at Highland,
will bare an opportunity to show him
taw mtichther think of hlaa. Aaltla.
fko werer, Jodie Hagfiaa has asade sassy
warairteaMH.Mr. aaa ne aseauea or
rlnaLk aftfai ! 4nawek 1st a aaauaska! --
bw that be is eaWtled to rtpsniaUoa.
Mr. J. M. Foust, of Clay Township,
niilliorixes us to announco htm ns a can
didate for tho office of County Commis
sioner, subject to thedt'clsion of Repnb
lican Connty Convention.
Mr. David Workman, of Salem town
ship, authorises us to announce him as a
candidate Jor the office of County Com
missioner, subject to the decision of the
Republican County Convention.
A Cutting Story.
A bedbug from Texas cronseil over the river
To the Mexican thore and crept under the klver
Of that mighty Kldalgo, Don Ipecao Dido,
And sucked some CasUIIan blood from hia
hide, oh ! v
Hut tho lovely Sonors, Don Ipecac's Donna,
Got up out of bed, in propria ptrtona,
AiTdVligkting a candle, soon captured tho bag,
Which the soon corked up tn an old ptllqru jug.
Now Stephen O. 0. a hangman was he.
And a cowardly, copperhead cur was' old B.
So they were most splendidly fitted to be
The head and the shoulders of Dcmocrtcco.
And they said to each other "see here 1 don't
This open, inviting opportunitee
To get up a war with a neighbor coantree
And vastly increase our popnlaritee ?
"It will tickle the tattered Confederate,
And they'll be for a second term to a T
It we'll give o each reb. a commission to go
And Jnst knock the stnffin' from out Mexico 1"
So, Sir Thomas B. wrote down to Don Dido
"No more of these doln's I'll have, sir, damjllo.
Belease, sir, that bug, sir, at once sir, Install tor!"
Bat Dido said, "Yes, sir, I will when I wauter.'
Thon he drew a great sword that gleamed over
. the Bio, 7
And swore a great oath you could hear to Ohio.
As he strode up and down the banks of del
You ought to have witnessed the way he did
Then said Thomas B. to (Stephen O. 0.
"I think I will pause and make some inqulree
About this affair, for between you and me, sir,
I don't lik; the looks ot that truculent Greaser.
"I believe I had better send down an envoy
To talk over things with that doughty old boy,
For I find, all at once, that my sentiments vary
When I seo what a sticker the fellow does oarry,
So they picked out a mugwump of high pedi
A regular shoater for pure pnritee t
Oh, be was so nloe that he shed a perfume as
Ho entered the halls of the old Montezuma 1
Alas 1 Alas I for Stephen Q. C,
And alas I for Sir Thomas and rorltee ;
Aula lass for the mugwump, there proved to be
Some dangerous people tn that cltee !
For the glided youths of Mexico
With the envoy on a bender did go,
And filled him up to the tip of his nose,
Then garlanding him with illy and rose,
They marched htm through streets of the town
In the "wee sma' hours", up and down,
Till at last they took him, wined and fed,
To a soiled dove's nest and put blm to bed.
So the reaper came homo with nary a sheaf,
And the second term boomlet came to grief ;
Bnt when he beard the story old Dide,
Laid down on the floor and laughed till he cried.
It never will do for special envoys
On delicate missions to "dine with the boys" ;
And it never will do for an administration
Without any brains to run a big nation.
Pulque (pal-kee), a favorite intoxicating
rink or tne Mexicans, distilled irom tne aei
or America aire plant.
If the Democrats want an alliterative
campaign cry, this might serve : Follett,
fraud and forgery ! Time-Star.
On our inside pages will be found a
full account ot the earthquake at South
Charleston and other Southern cities,
Since that account' was printed other
shocks have visited the same localities,
but they were not so severe as the first,
doing little damage, save scaring the in'
hibitants almost to death.
So many things are said now about
the character of school teachers. I en
dorse some of the sentiments of the
farmer's article that was published a few
weeks ago. The teacher that "we have
in our district says that he don't be
lieve in the Bible ; that a man has no
soul; if he has a soul he would like to
see it Isn't that a nice fellow to have
to train the children 7 Who would like
for a child to go to such a man ? And
yet the Directors will have them. They
never look cr inquire anything about
their character. All they want to know
is their price, and to see who will work
for the least money. 01 course there
are teachers of which we are proud, and
these we shoahl encourage and try to
aid in their noble calling.
' Gabsab, Elm City.
Bar. Oolwell, of Ken, presebad at Toll's
school bouse- yesterday.
Mr. Mary WardUw aad Mist Belle Peddl
osrd, are est the stek list.
Protracted wsetUg oosasaenoed at Oak Leaf
ftsaday aveaiag at half-past a, by lev. Oornet
et, of Howry terns,
. C 0 berlaad eoateaspUf raoviag to
Bwaoraayaamerawulbea wedWag la tbtt
eigheeffceM this ML
gwaw skoal rsaaeaa to Jafc FatUiaorsYs
Miss Katie Cess ef Talnaaiso. btU$9
it TlatesBg her passes sal asfcttfes imt bar.
wtseaaW te Brawn
MatrteaMMktske wetttl M fctg tJstar Is
vw7W tUijamr, o rllad wiMtnkr.
' Brntnj "nhdihe Libor'Questlou. a
Arowo all in the same boat? This
homely question, correctly answered,
mtgfi ivssisi ill smnu di'grru (o mitigate
(hii prcBsmc! of haul times which has
been felt for tho past io or throe years,
not only in our onn country, but across
theofean also. A nation, and especial
ly ours, in its various economic and (we
might add) its moral relations, resembles
the family circle, only tho former is on
a gigantic scale. To attempt to elucidate
all Its various bearings would require
volumes. But how many act as though
they did not realize that any other occu
pation, trade or profession had any rights
but their own, like the selfish son, when
father is gone, gobbles tho whole estate,
or squanders it inlawing to get it. When
any One class of our people prosper at
the expense of tho balance, the whole
must, sooner or later, suffer. Tho blood
sucked from any part of our body poli
tic must, sooner or later, be felt to the
utmost extremities. A grasping monop
oly, that grinds its employes until in
blind desperation they strike, (if on a
large scale) is felt through every part of
the nation, from the plowman in the
furrow, the mechanic at tho bench, or
the day laborer with his pick or shovel.
And it might bo truthfully said, our
national morality suffers even worse
than our physical prosperity, culminat
ing in such scones as were enacted by
the Chicago Dynamiters. Mother earth
is tho source of nil our sustenance and
wealth.! All live and thrive on her
bounties. No class deserves moro gen
erous treatment than the hard-handed
tiller of the soil or tho dust-begrimmed
laborer delving beneath the mountain
to drag to light the necessaries and com
forts of life. Yet all classes, to a great
extent, Beem to adopt the motto the
montebank told the Carthaginians, viz :
"to buy cheap and sell dear." And yet
a more fatal policy to our physical pros
perity can not well bo imagined. The
farmer for tho past two years has been
selling much of tho products of the
Soil for less than it cost to raise them,
and yet how can he expect more, when
he is buying his iron, his nails, his glass
for little more than what tho miner
ought to have for digging tho crude ore
from the mountain. Whcro is he to get
the purchasing power, if not from the
sweat of his brow. It was once said
"Cotton is king." It may have enabled
or assisted a few hundred thousand
planters to be kind of petty kings in
their own little dominions, but at what
a fearful cost of deprivation and suffer
ing to their poor subjects ; and to tho
rest of the nation. But, alas, how the
mighty aro fallen. Cotton, if It ever
was, is no longer king. And yet every
man in the north is as much interested
in exalting cotton as the south can be.
Strike at the wages of the poor black
man and you strike at the prosperity of
all. Lessen his power to purchase his
frugal living and you curtail the market
for our produce and machinery. Every
business interest of our people is so in
terwoven that to strike at the prosperity
of the humblest is felt in some degree
by all. Not even the middle man can be
left out in the cold. Efforts have been
made to dispense with him by some or
ganizations, but whatever faults may be
charged to his account, he certainly pos
sesses tho virtue of a consumer, if ho
gets no credit as a distributer. Then
comes the capitalist, but that opens too
wide a field for he represents one whole
side of the question, so don't throw him
overboard yet, and we will look at him
next time. Brutus.
Forest Home, September 4th, 1880.
September 6th, 1880.
U. 0. Eubanks has returned from the West.
E. McCoppln attended tbe State Fair last
Mr. Q. W. McCoppln Is very sick with the
Miss Clara Spargur and her mother were
the guests of Mrs. H. O. Eubanks last Satur
day. Messrs. Butler and Lucas, two highly es
teemed young men ot this plaoe, will start for
Delaware this week, where tbey will attend
school the coming year.
Tbe Young People's Christian Association,
which met Sabbath night was quit a suocess.
Essays were read by Misses Carrie McMuUen,
Amanda Butters, Hannah Jenkins, Messrs.
Butler and McCoppln, and were considered
excellent by all who bad the pleasure of hear
ing them. Marshall, Bainsboro, CyatbUna
and Plsgah were well represented. The young
people ot this community take great pleasure
in entertaining all who attend their meetings.
September 6tb, HUM.
F. A. Hill lost a valuable Jersey cow Thurs
day of last weex.
B. A. Morrison, ot Greenfield, was visiting
F. A. Bill Sunday.
Mrs. Cbas. Smith Is lying very sick at this
writing with typhoid fever.
WUlle Fenn leaves for Lebanon to-day to at
tend a Normal school at that place.
Joe Dixon Is behind the counter at W. H.
Ftnn's. Joe is sv Mo. 1 counter J nmper.
Mat Roberts and family, of Oreenaeld. were
visiting at James Fishbaok's Saturday last.
Cbas. Squires and family, of Greenfield,
were guests of the Fairfield House Sunday.
Mo preaching bar Sunday at the M. E.
Church, a Bev. Shults Is away at Conference.
Morris Cooper and Mary Lamar, of near
Leesburg, were tbe guest of Wra. Smith Bun
day. 0., (7. & B. B. B. are erecting a depot at this
place. Something that baa long been needed.
Robert Wilson has the contract.
Sherman Zimmerman and MUs Addle Pope,
of this plaoe, were the guests of James Zim
merman, of Boa county, Sunday.
W. H. Peon and wife leave for Independ
ence. Kaneas, and other point in the West
Tuesday next, to visit relative and friend.
Milton Darnell received word from Ui son
Foster, from Urban, where be ha gon to
have his eye doctored, that they have greatly
Bchool commence to-day here, under Prof,
fuiun. of near Orsenfiald. makuk tbe third
Una for Mr. BellarJ. He baa Jflren general
8, B. Bees is making a fish oond. Be will
have, when completed, on or tb best carp
peMtlnUieoouBty. .lames vunoaca u aieo
O. H.rMmaions and family were vUUag
Tboma Anderson, of near Centerteld, Swtday.
Mr. Anderson leave for California ooa for
his wiles buhsi
Iltsinport being abort of ssttrtMl
hath ttM tb MOpjt MeUtaSMhBat-J
-r "''-"'"' "'rwtwswf"
Mlues Itatlte'nticT JaneMweeuey are 'quite
low with fe or.
Mlxnl.tlllaii Uarrett spoilt Mulibnlli with
Mlw Anns McUleilnml.
Mr. Will divert, of the Hill Olljupont
Inst week with relative In this vicinity.
Messrs. John nnd Dr)den Williams, of
Tranquility, were lu our town last week, i
Mr. John WlllUmaonand wife, of Harsha
vine, spent last Babuatli with Ills brother,
Mr. A. r, Wliiiamwm.
Mr. D. B. Thompson and wife spent tbe
latter part of last week, with tbe latter'
mother, Mr. Ml.llgnu.
The teachers of Jackson township will
meet at till plaoe neitHaturday evening
to organize for a township reading circle.
ltev. Thompson, who has labored as pastor
for ns during the pswt elgbt months, will
move to Ml. Orab In Brown county, lu a few
Mr. John Ouster and sinter Nettle, and Mr.
Ueorge MoOllntlok Hint sister Klla, of near
New Market, spent last Friday with Mia
George K. Webster, of Lynehbbrg, will
move to our town soon, and will take
charxeoMUH atere this coming winter for
Mr. U.H.Davidson i
Miss Emma Calv.ert,of Lawrence county.
Illinois, who has been visiting relatives In
this vicinity for some weeks past, returned
to her home on Monday.
Mr. J.H.Williams will' shortly move to
the Hill City, having traded his farm In
Missouri for a half Interest In Turner A Oo'.s
grocery. We wish Mr. Williams unbounded
The upper room ot our school house haa
recently been seated with patent seats. Tbe
fall term of school will begin Sept .ruber agin,
under the management of Mlas Veil! Hall
and Mr. A. Z. Blair.
Misses Lillian Garrett, Mollle McClelland,
Mattle Qlenn and Anna McUlelland, at.
le ided the celebration at Tranquility on
Thursday, the 2d, mat. They report an ex
ceedingly pleasant time.
Nettle H. a line trotting mare owned by
Mr. George W. Halgn, took first monsy at
last wtuuina)'. Time,
2 Ui. Nettle H Is undoubtedly n line mare.
and we wish Mr. llnigh uuuouuaed sueeesa
Mr.M. A. Oarretl, oiir enlerprltlng atoek
man, recently sold one hundred and eighty
cattle that averaged wmieibliie over six teen
hundred. Tliey were siriil In Messrs U. B.
Miller and Ciirr, wlm shipped them direct to
the Arm of Myren A Houseman, at Balti
more, Md. i
Mr. Hiiinuol Wiley met with aulte an acci
dent on lust BBLilmth evening. While he
hmiI 111 ulster and Miss Haggle Hmarl were
on their way to church at Pleasant school
house, I heir horse became frightened and
sinned to run. uoseltlnc tbe buaer and
smiixhlng things up lu iteueral. Fortunately
no uvea were iosi, oui roe laaies were some
what bruised and out lu failing from tho
uugy, oui noiuiug serious ucourrea.
FROM AN0TIIEH COBHESroXDXXT.
September Otlt, 1880.
Undo Joseph V.mpelt, who tin been on
theslclc list lur suuiu time, U slowly recov
ering. WV. .JUIUVS CUikOjr, II .kVUKVJTa AUUII.I1I.,
spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Mr. Harry Brown and Miss Carrie Brown,
of Rnlnsboro, were guest of the Misses Qall
tbe first ot last week .
Mr. fi.D. McCoy and wife, of near Newell1
Mill, were tbe guests of Mr. J. M. Wlseoup
and wife Saturday and Sunday last.
Rev. Charley Luck, of Hoaglauds Crossing,
greacned at Pleasnn. school nou-e laat Sab
atb atternoon. ltev. William Luck will
preuch at the snme place In four weeXe at 3
o'clock , Oclober ifd , rJuuduy.
Uov. Hart was In town Friday.
All the soldiers living In the townlhlp are
Invited to meet at this placaTnuraday night.
Thomas and John Florence, oldest pio
neers In this township, are very low at ibis
Mr. C. A. and Miss Anna Lyons give so
cial at tuelr father's resilience Thursday
Buford will bold a grnnd Sunday school
celebration sometime lu this mouth. Due
notice will be giving next week.
Fosters are up. announcing a camp-meeting
(colored) to be beld In the "Jersey Cattle
drove," to eommene September lltb.
A. T. Moon was seleoted by the Republi
cans of this township (Clay) Saturday to at
tend the Judlolel Convention to be held at
Qreenleld. September ttb.
The proepeetus lies on our table announc
ing tbe publication of a new paper at
Georgetown .O., to be ohrlstlaned tbe South
ern Onto Monitor. It will advocate the cause
The wife of Virgil Vaughn, wbo has been
sick at her home In Hamantba for over a
year, Is able to visit her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Tackett. of this place, Ber many
frlenjs are glad to see ber.
FKOK AXOTHBR COKUKSPOlfDBMT.
Corn crop and early potatoes are good.
The farmer will sow a tolerably large
crop ef wheat this fall.
The reader of the News-Herald at this
place appreciate Dr. Hlron's letters.
The farmers are through threshing In this
locality, tbe wheat has turned out well.
Our energetle stor keepers Samuel Moon
and Toll, have started peddling wagons, and
are doing a good business.
John C. Fonst moves to Salem townsblp
to-day. He wield tbe birch in Uie Cocbrln
dlstrlot this winter.
Mr.Jobn Brown, who has been sick (or
some time, le not Improved, and tbe suppo
sition u be will not get up again.
There was an election beld ber last Sat
urday evening to elect a delegate to the Ju
dicial Convention. A. T. Moon was oboeen
delegate and Charles Collin alternate.
Esq TalmerexDMtstocomnleta his biiek
house In tbe near future. William Wood
isnxiogioouiiu a xitcnen to his nous.
Charles Puekett will complete bis dwelling
bouse this fall.)
O. W. Smith vs. J. H. Larkln. Hlibland
County Court of Common Flea. Com
In pursurance of an execution Issued from
the Ceurt of Common Pleas within and
for the County of Highland and Bute of
Ohio, made at tbe Anrll term there
of A. D. 1888, and to me directed I will offer
ror saie at pnouo auction on tne premises or
nenasuaser uooason in Madison towosaipi
one mile east of East Monroe, on
Jfondgj, September 20th, A. D. 188,
at one o'clock a. m.of aaldday. tbe follow-
inn aescnoea auauei DroDerir. io-wuz
One-half Interest In ten acre of srowlnc
corn, tbe property of J. H. Larkln, on tbe
mriu m osiisiiisKrvwuioni
Terms of sale Cash on day ot sale.
H. C. DAWSON,
Sheriff Highland County, Ohio.
September 8th, 1888.
Aclnlth Hstober v. Jacob Honck t el.
Highland CounlyOourt of Common Pleas.
Case No. 3717.
ORDER Of BACK.
In pursuance of on order lrsued from tb
Court of Common Plea within and for tb
Connty of Highland and But of Ohio, mod
at tb April term thereof A. D. 1886, and to
me directed. I will offer for sale at public
auction at the door of tb OortUona,ln
lb town ot Hllisboro.oB
Batarto7f October ftk, A. . 18SS,
at one o'clock p. m.of laid day the life tat
of Susannah Houck In tho following de
scribed real estate, to-wlt t
Situate tn New Market township, High,
land county. Ohio, and bounded and de
scribed aa follow 1 Beglnalof at (ton a.
. corner to Ueorge OIismbm troat of land
tbsnoe with hU line m7B-UboI to
stan and corner to KllaoneUi Kfvlnjs .trajt
of land 1 tbsnoe wtik mIb!. M" W. p
poles tor sukaorarloal4.trat thaaee
with another line thereof M.T8 E. 4 pole to
a stake, . w. comer to lasas lAaasaan'jB tract
of land; tbenoe wllb hU llneV.U W.40
pole to a (ton i thaaeoaV.7f W.M poles t
a stake: thenos s. Wi K.70 polee to th
place of beginning, eoQUlBlng JO acre at
land more or less, part of Tempi Elliott 1
curve 01 iJaaerea,o.aDM.
aan not eel
emTies has Mca Pf ralaed at (1171
dred and oeveaty-iv dollar, and
sell for Im than two-tnlrd o75Q
Terms of ! Caab oa da
SherlaT Htoklaad OoontT. O.
Qeo. a Oordoer. Attoraey,
r f 11 1 , 11.
To the Public
I take this methotl'of saying
to the publio and my friends
everywhere, that while t have
been called by your suffrage to
take charge of one of tho offi
ces of the county, I shall con
tinue my old-timo business, and
hope to receive your patronage
in the future as in the past I
shall strive to keep a line of
goods that will meet the wants
of the people, and will sell ns
low as tho lowest. Please give
me a call at the old stand.
J. M. Hiestand
21 NORTH HIGH ST.
Sale of Bonds.
BALED 'fROPOsXls' will be received at
the omoe of the county Auditor, ef
igbland county, Ohio, at Hllleboro, until
Thundsr, September SOtfe, 1880, '
at two o'clock p.m. .for the purchase of a
series of Highland County Bonds, to be
known as Infirmary Improvement Bond,
lu amount and denomlnatlmuu follows:
Forty-nve (45) two hundred (1200) dollar
bonds, payable as follows: ..1
nixieen nnnarea aounrs aiarou ist. low.
Fourteen hundred dollars Sept. 1st, 1888, ,.
Sixteen hundred dollars Mirob 1st, 1880, .
rourteeu hundred dollars Sept.1 1st, 1889, '
Sixteen hundred dollar March 1st, 1800,
Fourteen hundred dollar Sept 1st, 1880,
with elx per sent. Interest per annum, py'
ble semi-annually on March 1st and Beitwin
bar 1st. oouDons attached. Interest and DrlU'
clpal payable at the office of the Treasurer
of Highland county. Ohio, at Hlllsboro.
Said bonds are Issued under autborlty of
section 871 Revised Statutes, and by virtue
or KeaoiutioiM auopieo oy ine vouniy win-
misaiouBrsui nisuisuu uimuiy wiv utiuu.
ra datad 1st at October. 1886. and will not be
sold for lea thin par, and for any Interest
that may have accrued thereon. Tne privi
lege of rejecting any or ell bids Is reserved.
By order of tb County Commissioners of
Highland county. Oxo. W. Lxtevbi,
8-3 County Auditor.
REPORT OF THB CONDITION OF XBK
Vlrst National Bank at Hlllsborouah.
lu the State of Ohio, at the close of busi
ness, June aa, loao.
Loans and discounts.. 8165,897 68
Overdrafts J.937 69
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 100,000 00
Other stocks, bonds and mortage.- 6,833 67
Due from approved reserve agent. 3,048 17
Dae from other National Banks 17081 SO
Heal aetata. I urnltura. and.flxtura. &88 16
Current expenses and taxes.pld.... 481 90
n,llBA.A,hltl.nb 1 ' 0) U1 flA
Fractional paper oufren'cyi'uickl'es
and pennies. - 6 g
SBMla........ 10.980 00
Legal tender note - 9,700 CO
Redemption fund with U.S. Treas
urer (5 of circulation) 4.G0O 00
Total 8316.421 72
Capital (took paid In ........
Undivided profit 4,929 OS
National Rank notes outstanding... 90.000 00
Individual deposits subject
to cbeck... 493,684 76
Demand certificates of de
posit 7,212 45
Time certificates of deposit 80.S8J 46
.... JM6.411 72
STATE OF OB IO, COUNTY OF HIGHLAND, OS :
I, L. 8. Smith, Cashier of the above-named
bank, do solemnly swear that tbe abov
tatement 1 true to tbe best ot my knowledge
and belief. Lynk 8. Smith, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
d day of September, 1886.
D.Q. Mobbow, Votary Publio.
Cobbbct Attest :
John a. bhith,
J. H. RlCRABOS,
It. C. Babbbtt,
RXPOBT F THE CONDITION OF THE
OlUseas' National Bank at Hillsbor
ough. In tb Bute of Ohio, at tbe clos of
business, August 27th , 1886.
Loan and dlsonnU.......:..'..............ta81,20B 17
Overdrafts 9418 74
U.S. Bonds toseouraelreulatlon...... 100)0000
Other stock, bond and mortgage. 1 06
Da from approved reesrve agtnts... 82.744 16
Due from other National Bank 7S8 61
Dna from Hta.ta Rank and bankers... 918 OS
Real estate, furniture, and fixture;. 3,060 00
Current expenses and taxer paid,. .. 1,046 89
Cheeks and other cash Item .. 6,46 68
BlIU of other Banks 4,800 60
Fractional paper currency, nlckles,
and pennies , 1189
specie......:. 31,660 00
Legal tender nole..... ....,.... 10,000 00
Redemption fund with U. S.Traa-
urer (6 of circulation).............. 9,740 00
Caplul stock paid In .......'...
National Bank notes outstanding...
to cbeck...... .1195,720 00
Demand certiorates of de
posit... 41.111 8
Due to other National Bank .... S.844 42
Du to State Bank and banker. 1,816 90
Total .''. . iwjfltm
TATkorOHlo.Cousrrr or Hiqblaxd, ss:
.tWtn.rnHtUBsiwQr sue auovea nssisa
bank, do oanly WMir that the abov
m..vhipu iraa1 w upasui ujj anowieoi
and belief,. 0. 8, Pbiob, Cashier.
tru toibe bast of nay knowledge
0. 8. Pniaa. RishlsrT
Bnhaerlbad and sworn hafora aaa this fltla
r T, H. Hoagorr, Notary Poblic.
uauaua a. asspitis.
JACOB J. PpOMJtr,
sf otioe of DiMolutlon.
rriHE In of B. A. Turner, A Co. ha bee
-a. uuauiTsa oy HBiuai ooasons, atr, at. v
TnrBr retiring. 8. A. Tcekee.
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.Mr. 3. U. WUUhh karlok purcbaeed M. Q.
Tnraer' Interest th arm wUl cobUbbs under
tM nam of Turner ft wiuiam. TsAsklog
Um publio for past, favor ws ask for1 ooatla-
OI IO MBS. B. A. TOBBBB,
J, H. WlLUAMS.
that Oat Bog. Vary did a'tb Wtbdoyof
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Assignee's Sale of Real Estate.
IN PURSUANCE of the order of. tbe Pro-i
bate Court of Highland County, Oblp, I
will offer for sale at publio auction, on ,
SsUrdsy, October 2d, A. D. 1888,
A tone o'clock p. atthdoorof thecoort
House, tbe, following described real estate,
situated In tbe County of Highland nnd
State of Ohio, to-wlt t"
1st Tract-Situated In the Connty of High-'
land In th Stat of Ohio, and in the Town
ship of Jackson, and bounded and described
a follow t Beginning at a stone tn the line
of Noah Btorer and a corner to Amanda H.
Trout's lot of fifty acres; theace with Btorer1
line N. 4 poles to two whlUosks and a sn.
gar tree down : thence N. 28 E. 20 poles to
an eim in a nranon ; thence n. 88" w. in
polea to a atone In the original west line of
the survey : thanoa with auld Una H-14 W.
25 pole to a (tone In said Hue and a corner
io asia AiuBnoa is rroui : inenoe wiin ner
line 8. 88 E. 110 notes to the beeinnlne?. con.
talnlng seventeen and one-half (17) cores,
on the waters of Brushoreek and a part of
William ljn.hA.nU.n,v.tf Va.IMTII
2d Tract Realnnlnc at a etona corner In
tbe line of Isaiah Rooarts, rnnnlng thence
N. 8 W. 70 Doles to a. atnna ; thansa N. 81 n.
36 polea; thence 8.9 K.70 polea to a atone;
tbenoe s.8l W.30 polea to the beginning,
containing fifteen acres of laud, being part
of survey 7o. 12721.
id Tract Beginning at a atone In tbe west
Union rood In Taylor Walker's line, and
running with aald road N.S0 E. 60 pole to a
ton In lb line of Dennis Oorbln, deceas
ed ; thence S 14" E. 106 polee to a atone ;
tbenoe N. 14 W. 70 poles to a stone; thenre
8.i W.S5 poles; thence N 14 W. 81 poles
to lb beginning, containing twenty acres,
man ur lasa.
4th Tract Beginning at a stone tn a county
road In a Una of tbe land of Noah Btorer ;
tbenoe with Btorer' line S. 45 W. 88K Poler
to a stone corner to said Btorer in a fine or
F. M. Worthlncton ; thenoe with Worthing.
ton's line N.45" W.4K poles to ketone eornrr
In said worth! ngton line: thence with aald
rood a. CU" IS. BOH Doles to tna baalnnlna.oon.
nalnlng twenty (20) sores, more or less, part
6th Traot Beginning at a hickory and dog-i
wood aouthaaatcornar tn a nlnatv.atv araa
tract, aold to John Vanpelt i tbenoe S. 81 W,
N. .) pole
thence N. 81 W.
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taoak and hickory ; thence,
IV m .Hill. HUU UWUKPSS
170 nolaa to a alnna tlianna
J0 E. 60 polee to tb place of beginning,
containing fifty-three acres and twenty
poivaipeias par oi survey no. izrsl.
6th Tract Beglnnloc ai aaton in a Una of
William B. Masai, deceased, and a comer
to tbe heir of Hansford Corbtn, deoeased l
thence with Hassle' line B. TO" W. 70 poles
to a wblteosk and hickory, corner to said
art or anrvey no. rzrai.
Hassle; thenoe with auother line of said
Massle line, and corner to tbe land ot John
Trout; tbenoe with hi Una 8, 18 K. Ill
poles ton white elm, a corner to said Trout
and Noah Storari thenoe N.t8E.m pole
to a (tone, corner to aald Storer ; thence with
hie line and tbe line of Jerome Trout N. 45
W.120poeatoastrne, whlteoakand a gum
In tb line of tbe heir of tbe said Hansford
Cnrb In. deceased tbano with said 11ns N.
80 W. 1 pole to the beginning, containing
slxly-flve acres, more or less, being a part of
survey No. 12570 and 87443. '
7th Tract Beginning at a atone In a line
ot Henry Carlisle's land In the center of the
Fairfax road tbeuce with aald road 8, 88 E.
64 25 pole to a stone in aald road , a corner to
me lana or aenry voroin ; inenoe nun aiu
roau ana uoroin una a. at" a,
ton In aald road, a corn
81 GO Doles to ai
saia roau, a oorusr to said usnry
Gorbln.ln a Una of tb heirs of Hansford
Crrbln, deceased: thence with their line N.
9 E. 49.40 pole to a (tone In said line, a
corner to Henry Carlisle ; thence with his
line N. 80 W. 70.80 pole tb th beginning,
containing thirteen acres and one hundred
polee, a, part of anrvey no. 6198, on the waters
of Brushoreek. r
8th Trut-Begln,nln at a hickory, doc
wood andwhltaoaV. fh aamhwesl oornar
to lot No. 8 1 thanoa with lla of aald lot 8.
187 poles to ft iton In the oentsr of th county
roaoV: tbrneeN.'f9 K.Hnole to a atone, a
corner to survey Vo. 12444 thence with a line
SO nolea to a atone, anotliar
corner to ssld aurvayi thenoe 8,55 W. 1(H
poles to a stone in a. nue in lot No.goi inenoe
K. 70 W. H pole to two Wblteoaksone
hi kory, th nortbwnt oarnerto lot No. 80,'
and tbe southarat corner lq lot No. lsi Uicac
rner 10 lot No. I81 Uicoc
lot No. UW. Ill pole,
northeast corner to sstd
Wltn a nua or aaiu I
aroaslnasaln road at
redoak and nth. the northeast
lot no. n I inenoe wnn anomer line or ania
lot N0.1I81 Wi.as pole tn four wblioakar
oatbeait oornsr 10 lot No.Tj tbenee with
th at line of asld'lot N.'W pole to lbs
plaoaof begtnnlng.oontalnlU'i sevsntv-av
acre mora or lot, It being tb north part of
lot No. is, part of urveyHo. ifiji and imti,
s aiviaen min iou oy 2 00. a rry 1
man, as surveyor of Hlghlai
and exeept acree thereof deadsa tjywlah
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veyed Io Ualah Robert by Rocbal Bougna,
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