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Mads Known en Application.
Senator Pugslev'a majority in the dis
trict nppordlnir to the official flnures is
Owing to the law's delay we will not
have the pleasure of announcing the
BTPrntlon of the Chicaito anarchists
until New Year if then.
Joseph Pulitzer's profile this year as
proprietor of the New York World will
be $000,000. And still some people will
look down on "us journalists."
The alleged rumor that Cutting is go
ing to invade and carry away the upper
nart of Mexico has not yet affected
tooli. The "bucket-shops" have not
yet felt its effects. Perhaps it was sim
ply a campaign lie.
The Hillsboro Gazette puts up a Binall
rooster and crows over the election of a
Democratic Justice of the Peace in one
township of the county. The long-faced
Democrats of Clinton have not even
that ' much consolation. Wilmington
Tim New York Graphic is the latest
authority for the statement that the
name of Governor Foraker is highly
tirobnblo as having second if not first
ulace at the head of the ticket in '88,
Certain it is that he will be the strongest
dark horse on the course.
An' item is going the rounds to the
effect that the Methodists and Presby
terians of Rushville, Iowa, captained by
their respective pastors, played a match
game of base ball the other day. As
yet no funny man has alluded to any
such n thing as cussing the umpire.
The great resigner but not resigned
has become simply j. w. denver as is
shown by the treatment of his nephew,
Frank Dakin, Clerk of Clinton county.
Piqued because his "junior is promoted
over him" may also be given as the
cause of his resgination from the bond of
Jeff Davis contributes an article on
the Indians to the current number of
the North American Review, whichleads
the Princeton (Ind;)) Clarion to remark
that though the Indians deserves very
little respect or sympathy, as a matter
of common justice and fairness, they
oushttobe snared the humiliation of
being talked about by such a person.
Ross county girls musn't be sneezed
at, as it were. Last week one of them
went to the Clerk's office in person to
swear out a marriage license that would
give her the legal right to "love, cherish
and obey," a wooer who seems to have
been'rather to slow to suit her ideas. It
is the first case of the kind on the re
cords of the county. The possibility
that such things may become fashiona
ble is liable to make the young men of
Ross a little reserved in the future.
There really seems to be, in some feat
ures of the recent election in Ohio, a
special dispensation for the rebuke of
the last Democratic State administra
tion. In that rock-ribbed Democratic
county, Auglaize, the Republicans elect
a commissioner by 150, and a sheriff by
425 majority. Jackson township of that
ceunty, which was cited by Hoadly in
his speeches as the model Democratic
township of Ohio because it had but
three Republicans it it, shows a Demo
cratic loss of 101 votes, and actually gave
a Republican majority I Slate Journal
While the Nhws-Hsbald does not de
sire to unnecessarily wound the already
lacerated feelings of Gen. Denver, we
feel compelled to add, our voice to the
voices of many others in the district
who condemn his tyrannical action in
withdrawing from the bond of his
nephew, County Clerk Dakin, of Clin
ton county, because Mr. Dakin was
brave enough to vote as his conscience
bade him. It is needless to say that
when the public learned of the situa
tion Mr. Dakin had no difficulty in sup
planting upon the official document the
name of Gen. Denver by another name
just as solid and reliable as the
Open to Doabt.
Why don't somebody marry Miss
Cleveland and keep her quiet, inquires
the Philadelphia Ca. But would that
plan succeed, do yon reckon?
Them's Oar Sentiamfs, Too.
We are in receipt of a United States
postal card, which contains the follow
ing terse, self-explanatory lines :
"Bnxuoao, 0., Nr. It, 1888.
ToE. Canon tad EL at. Ditto? s
If unr Bsubkbv."
The patrons of Drs. Ghaney and De
lists are respectfully requested to call
and settle their account on or before De
cember 25th,' 1886. novllw3,
ParacMe Bear Wlackeator.
Al H. McKeuie aad Els son, John,
living in Union township, Adams county,
last Friday evening became involved in
quarrel aboacaesM bay, which the sob
cWsasd had not been divided correctly
when the son seised a pitchfork, aad
steaak his father on the bead aad back.
f -r-v-g '-j--1 v'-1- -"' ' y-a
ly jptWlssaL Yef MeKmste was
.sjiMMIJMiwlits) asm of
iemi"Mi MiTtaisli still raisins in
KstfffJss Loafs teardtng fcaaaa.
Editor ?u:v8JIunAM: No one ex
pected Dittty (-0 mlmit,the trutlifiilncfis
of tho diHfgeH I made against him in
last Met !'j Ni:wh-Hekai.d. Jt is the
common custom of all other criminals to
plead unt guilty to tho indictments
against ','ietn. Dittcy, of course, could
not lie an exception. His word is worth
nothing for he will lie most unconsciona
bly, as witness the statement that I
voted for him or promised to do so. Tho
Grand J my of Highland county would
liavo, inch' ted Dittey for tho part he
took in t" nling the forged telegram, but
tho Couit of Common Pleas ruled, upon
their application for instructions, that
theycould ti rt do so ns McKimle was held
undertint U.S. extradition law. So as
farasIiigliUuul county is concerned he
escaped punishment for his rascally
deeds. Yes, if myself and others had
performed our duty about the forged
telegram Dittey would have had the
profitable discipline of working alongtide
of McKimle, doing some honest work and
rendering die State some service in the
Ohio penitentiary. The charges 1 made
distinctly against Dittey last week are
absolutely tkue. They are eerioiu ones.
I regretted the necessity of making them
as they will no doubt compromise him
in the estimation of all right-thinking
A friend at my elbow suggests it is
not fair to strike a man when he is down
down so bad ; "why, Dittey don't look
any bigger now than his little Rooster."
I leave him, therefore, for good by stat
ing that lie neither dares to undertake
a personal chastisement of mo or sue
for libel the latter he would not do
wcro I worth a million of dollars, for
reasons particularly well known to him
self. E. Carsox.
November 16th, 1880.
If my name appears upon the roll of
the II. C. T. A. it is there by mistake, as
I have not written it there, nor autho
rized any one to do so.
Lizzie E. .Barrow.
Wilmington, O., November 16th, 1886,
A Free Delivery.
The old leliable grocery house of Jos
eph R. Peeble's Son's, Cincinnati, offer
to deliver free all kinds of Household
Supplies. Read their advertisement in
0. A. R.
Regular meeting of J. M. Barrere Post,
No. 205, will be held on Thursday even
ing, November 23th, 1886, at 7 o'clock.
A full attendance of the members is re
quested. By order,
W. T. Gbeuber, Adjt. Post.
Unfailing Specific for Ilier Disease.
SYMPTOM 1 1 Bltter or i te la
imriumtl mouth; tongue coated
whlteor covered withabrown fur; pain In
the back, aides, or jolnta often mistaken
for Rneumatlun; sour atomachi loss of
appetite) sometimes nausea and water
brash, or Indigestion j flatulency and acid
eructations; bowels alternately costive
and lux; headache; loss of memory, with
a painful sensation of having failed to do
spmptli I nx which ought to have been done :
debility; low spirits; a thick, yellow at
peorunec of the akin and eyes; a dry
couch; Ifver; restlessness; the urine la
scanty and high colored, and, If allowed to
stand, deposits a sediment
SIMMONS LITER REGULATOR
Is generally used In the South to arouse
the Torpid Liver to a healthy action.
It sets wHk stnordiasrj sfllescj en the
J ai and Bowels.
m tmcrai specific roa
Malaria, Bowel Complaints,
Dyspepsia, Hek Headache,
Kidney Affections, Jaundice,
Mental Depression, Colic
Endorsed by the use of 1 Millions of Bottles, u
THE IEST FAMILY MEDICINE
for Children, for Adults, and far the Afed.
has our Z Sump In red on front of Wrapper.
J. H. Zeilin Co., Philadelphia, Pa.,
sol r.or.isTcsa. Prtee, ai.00.
In addition to our Elegant and
Complete Line of
Millinery anil Faocy Goods
We have a Full Line of
Which we are Belling at GRBAT-
LY RHDUOBD PRIOH8, Call
and examine our goods
and set our prloea.
DOH'T FORGET THE PLACE.
No. 35 Masonic Temple
M. R. OBB.
M. O. HtMlsjjVXtmrela Fmo lffaolilif
1 i ' -afaVrATSlYsT. -
WwBaatWjM Wnilai la TJssI CMhtjtlis HwMiea, ar M ey Kafaatst,
H. l rVolt & M..IHiilt.t.-X'rN,Hi-. v. Hutu,
nrl llniwii et hi. HUM In ml o.mity Court
tit Common Plea Case No. i.21
ORDER OF BALK.
In purxuance of an order Issued from the
t.Hmrtof Common Pleas wllhln and for the
county fit Highland ami Hlate nf Oh In. made
Ht tin, (iilolier l.rm tliereor A. II. 18l.nd
to me dt reel Mi, I will nflr fnraleHt pnbllo
nuciiou nt inn Moor ni inn 1,'ouri nnusr, in
Matiirdsy, lliwmber lSlh, A. 1). 1880,
Ml tw o'ttlnt It p. in. nf 'aid day the follow
lililwcrltied rriilexlHl . In-wll:
Mttoiite In Wullriiak township, lllBhUnil
roiiiil,OliKi, imrt bounded and described as
follnwn, to-wit: D'KlnnlnKiil i stnne In i
flomtft roml. riinnliiic liiuiiait with hiiIiI ruud
H. SCI' 90 K. :I7 polm to h Hliiiiemi IhneHKt
oaiiK in nuiicii linn in inn wei line in uie
lnud nt tin- helm nt TIiiiiuhn DivIiIm in, tip
ceuHHit; tliHiico with ilil Huh hikI n linn of
nohliio.xri Iniiil 8. ' ar V. Ill in In to n
atohe In iiiil line; llienro N, HT M W.S7
poles to n itiine) tneuce N.ViW U 31 piles
to thenUceof hcilnnlDK,C'iiitalnlnK7ncres
Hnd l.V) pole .if land he the .ame more or
less, 11 part of survey No. 0UT0, smm hind
conveyed to said Samuel Brown by Ueorge
W. PnUliininnd wire
Hhht prenilseH has been npprnlel al ((30)
Ove hundred ami fiftv dnllan, mid can not
sell fur Ipi than two thirds ot said npumlse
metit. Term" of sale Cash on tiny nf Hale.
Hht-rlfi HlKhland Uouulir, uhlo.
Win. M. Meek, Attorney,
November 18th, 1880.
Peter H. Ed wards vs. Henry W. Elliott et al.
Mlihlaud County Court of Common Pleas.
Case No. 4392.
ORDER OF BALE.
In pursuance ot an order Issued from the
Court ot Common Pleas within and for the
County of Highland and Btate of Ohio, made
at the October term thereof, A. D.1880,antl to
me directed, I will offer for sale nt public
anctlou. at the door of the Court House, In
the town of Hillsboro, on
Saturday, December 18th, A. 1). 1880,
At 1 o'clock p. m. of said day, the following
described real estate, to-wit:
Situated In the county of Highland, aud
Slate of Ohio, and bounded and described as
follows: A part ot survey No. 2771, begin
nlnv at a stone corner to tLe land of Henry
W. Elliott; thence with one of his llm-s N.
77 W. 157 poles to a stone In thellneof the
land of, James MoConuuughey ; thence with
said line 8 o E. GGU poles lo a red oak ;
thence N. 80 W.49 puiea to a stone in the
West Union road and a. w. corner to the said
James McCnnnaughey ; thence with said
road S 12 E.43JJ poles to a stone in said
and n. w. corner to the land of
Wm, Vance: thence with a line of said
Vance B.o0 E. 17G poles lo a stone iu the Hue
of the land of William Lone; thence with
said line unci corner N. 10 E. 8K poles to
the place ot beginning, contalnlUK 82 aorea
of land, being the same premises deeded to
said Elliott by David McConnanshey and
wife on the 1st day of January, 18G8,nud re
corded In Vol, 42, pages 401 and 4Gj In records
of Highland county, Ohio.
Second Tract Part of John Clemsons sur
vey No. 2770, beginning at a stone In the cen
ter ot the old State road from Chlllicothe to
Cincinnati, corner to the laud of James He
Connaughey ; thence with a line of said Mc
Connaugbey N. 10 K. 40 4-5 poles to a stone
In the Tine of the lands of Cary Miller!
thence with his line 8. SO1 SCE; ay j poles to
a atone corner to said Miller; thence with
another of his lines S, 10' W.22 poles to a
stone In the north side of said road N. 71 E.
41 poles to a stone another corner to said
Miller: thence N. 02' SY E. 18 poles to a
stone in the center of sutdroad; thence H.
10 W. 47 4 5 poles to an elm ; thenoe 8. 80 E.
91 poles to a wnlteoak ; thence S. 10 W. 95
poles to a atoue In a braucb ; thence N. 77
W.157 poles to a stone In the line of said
James McConnaughey; thence with said
line N.0 W.79 4 6polesto a stone; thence
with the said road N. 60 E. 4 4-5 poles to the
beginning, containing 118 acres more or less,
being the same premises conveyed by David
MeConnauKbey to said Henry W. Elliott,
February 23d, 1865, and recorded in book 31,
page 76 in Recorder's ofHce, Hillsboro, Ohio.
Bald premises has been appraised at fonr
iuuumuu six nuaurea itwuuj aouara, ana can
not sell for less than two-thirds ot said ap
Terms of Bale Cash on day of sale.
H. C. DAWSON,
Sheriff Highland Couuty, Ohio.
Newby 4 Morrow, Attorneys.
November 18th, 1888.
Qaar, Scott . Co. vs. Carey Hkeen et al.
Highland County Conrt of Common Pleas.
Vase No. 4379.
ORDER OF SALE.
In pursuance of an order Issued from the
Court of Common Pleas within and for the
County of Highland and State of Ohio, made
at the October term thereof A. D. 1880, and to
me directed. I will offer for sale at public
auction at the door of the Court House, In
the town of Hillsboro, on
Saturday, Decorator 18tb, A. D. 1886,
At 2 o'clock p.m. of said day, the follow
ing described real estate, to-wlt:
Situate, lying and being In the township of
Brushcreek, county of Highland and Htte
of Ohio, and bounded and described as fol
lows, to-wlt: Beginning at a stone In the
line of Jacob M. Hart, now owned by Joseph
S. Rboads and corner to John Bell; thence
wltb Joseph H. Rboads' line 8. 1 W. 68 poles
to two white-oaks and hickory, south-east
corner to Thomas Franklln'srarvey Vo. 4221,
nd In the line of Graham's survey No. 2843 ;
thence with a line of said surrey H. 63 E. 80
poles to a wild-cherry, sassafras and dog
wood ; thence N. 63 W.78 poles to the begin
ning, containing thirty-nine (89) acres, be the
same more or less as by patent bearing date
auth December, 1811, patented to James M.
Also the undivided one-seventh psrt of the
following described reel estate situate, lying
and being In the county of Highland and
State of Ohio and on the Rocky Fork of
t-alnt Creek In said county and bounded as
follows, to-wlt : Beglnningat two whlteoaka
and oberrytree, south-east corner to John
Mayland's survey No. 2508, north-easterly
corner to Charles Lee's survey No. 1630, south
easterly corner to James Herron's survey No.
4081 ; thence with the line thereof E. 124 and
six-tenth poles, crossing a vprtng branch at
80 poles to a sugartree and wnlteoak (fallen
down) a marked buckeye, B. 6 W.4X links
from the middle point between said corner
trees and high bank on the south side of
Rocky Fork corner to said Herron's survey ;
thence wltb the line thereof, 8. 121 and five
tenth poles, passing the southeasterly corner
thereof and northeasterly corner of X. Doug
las' survey No. 8582, at 38 poles and with the
line of said survey to a ro. Jt, N. 28 E. 14 link a
east from a wblteoak, 2 Inches In diameter
and N.2 W. 20 links from an Ironwood four
Inches In diameter, and N. 80 E. 6 links from
a cedar, tan Inches In diameter, on a cliff of
rocks near Franklin's, now corner to Wil
liam Smith's tract of land ; thence wltb said
Una W. 122 and Ove-tenlh poles to a stone, 8.
68 E. 8 W. 8 links from a dogwood 8 Inches
In diameter and N. 75 W. 6 link from a
Jaekoak and N. 18 links from an elm-six
Inches In diameter earner to said William
Baiter In the original line of the survey ;
tbence wltb said line N.lu E.127 and Ave'
tenth poles to the beginning, containing one
nnndred acres of land mora or leas, being
part of James Brorlos' survey No. 2881.
Hald premises has been appraised at. first
tract, SKI. The undivided one-seventh of
second tract, 1342.85 and cannot sell for leas
than two-thirds of aald appraisement.
Terms of Bala Cash on day ot sale.
Sheriff Highland County, Ohio.
Newby 4 Morrow. Attorneys.
November lBtb, 188ft
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