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Cemetery Fund. EXPENDITURES. AttOtwt paki tm order j 449 66 Amount balance io Fund Bitch Fund. " RECEIPTS. Balance on hand Arjfrust S9, 177 $ 24 91 Jane collection of Duplicate lor 1877 ."..'..".".".'.V.".7.". SI 72 Total receipts g ro 63 EXPENDITURES. Amount paid on order $ 83 28 Amonnt Fund overpaid.. Shcrw License Fund. RECEIPTS. Amonnt received from shows t 30 00 Total receipts 30 00 EXPENDITURES. Amonnt paid on orders $ 30 00 Fund balances ROAD IMPROVEMENTS. ROAD No. RECEIPTS. Balance on hand Angtist 29, 1677.. Total receipt 4 3,561 58 EXPENDITURES. Amonnt paid on orders .$ lis 74 Amount in Fund.. ROAD No. 2. RECEIPTS. Overpaid August 29, 1X77 3.486 1)4 Transfer from County Fund 3.7S9 00 Amount balance in Fund ROAD No. 3. RECEIPTS. Orenwid Aniruat , 1ST7 f 1,443 77 Transfer from Count Fund 1,0"0 "0 Amount Fund overbid ROAD RECEIPTS. Overpaid Angranti. 1877 4 5,015 14 Traaeler from County Fund 2,482 00 Amount overpaid abore receipts ., 2,633 14 EXPENDITURES. Amount paid on orders t 103 60 Total Fund overpaid..... ROAD No. 5. RECEIPTS. Cverpaid August to, 1877 $ 3,2"5 oa Transfer from Comity Fund 4,436 IK) Amount balance In Fund.. ROAD RECEIPTS. Overpaid Aucnst S9, 1S77 $ 8,974 1 0 Transfer from County Fund 7,211 80 ' Amount Fund overpaid.. ROAD No. RECEIPTS. Overpaid Anjrast 23, 1877 Transfer from Connty Fund Amount Fund overpaid ROAD No. RECEIPTS. Overpaid Aatrnut 29, 1877 Transfer from County Fund.... Amonnt Fund overpaid ROAD No. RECEIPTS. Overpaid August 29, 1877 Transfer from County Fund.... Amount Fund overpaid.. ROAD No. 1 RECEIPTS. - Overpaid August 29, 1S77 Transfer from County Fund Amount Fund overpaid.. ROAD No. 11 RECEIPTS. Overpaid Anjrust J9, 1877 Transfer from County Fund... Amonnt balance in Fond . ROAD No . 1 RECEIPTS. Balance on hand August 29,1877 . ROAD No. 1 RECEIPTS. Balance overpaid August 29, 1877, $296 84 peceiiiber collection of Duplicate for 1877 . June " " " 1 Total receipts Deduct amount overpaid Anjrust 26, 1877... Set receipts ...... Amonnt paid on orders Balance in Fuud EXPENDITURES. Feddlers' Amount received for license Amount pmd on orders Fund Da, c vee . emption Fund. RECEIPTS. Amount received to redeem lands.. Amount paid on orders .: Amount balance In Fund Dog Tax Fund. RECEIPTS. Dc-embcr collections oi Duplicate for 1S77 June " ' " Total receipts Amount paid on orders Balance In Fund- EXPENDITURES. FREE TURNPIKES. ROAD No. 20. RECEIPTS. December collection of Duplicate for 1677 $ 856 38 Jane " " " 16t tl Total receipts 4 1,021 19 EXPENDITURES. Amonnt paid on orders $ 978 21 Balance in Fund ROAD No. 2 1. RECEIPTS. Balance in Fund August 29, 1877 t 6S 5i December coiiection of Duplicate for 1877 590 05 Total receipts f, 655 61 EXPENDITURES. Amount paid on orders C73 PI Amount Fund overpaid ROAD No. 22. RECEIPTS. Balance In Fund August 29, 1877 4 1 1 65 December collection of Duplicate for 1877 307 15 June " " " 16 92 Total receipts 4 338 72 EXPENDITURES. Amount paid on orders $ 346,(4 Amount Fund overpaid ROAD No. 23. RECEIPTS. December collection of Duplicate for 1877 f 3S5 57 June " " " : loti 69 Total receipt 4 492 16 Amount paid on order 4 492 16 Fund balances. ROAD No. 24. RECEIPTS. Balance in Fund August 29, 1S77 - 4 HI 02 December collection of Duplicate for 1877 2,693 72 June " " " - 4R6 89 Miscellaneous collections 23 83 Total receipt 4 3,345 46 EXPENDITURES. Amount paid on orders 4 3,040 99 Balance in Fund - ROAD No. 25. RECEIPTS. Balance in Fond Angust 29, 1877 t 663 28 December collection of Duplicate for 1677 2,521 63 June " " " - 630 3S Total receipts I 3,115 S3 EXPENDITURES. Amount paid on orders I 4.738 20 Amount Fund overpaid - ROAD No. 26. RECEIPTS. Balance in Fond Anpirt 29, 1877..... 4 131 37 Iecember collections of Duplicate for 18 1 7 2,847 63 June " " 113 73 Total receipts - s.w 73 EXPENDITURES. Amonnt paid on orders $ 3,167 9 Amount Fnnd overpaid ROAD No. 27. RECEIPTS. Eaunce In Fcti Ausrost , 1677 $ Deeemba ccilectioas at Explicate for nT 93 24 TrB u 37 43 . EXPENbiTURES: 'fi"03 Amonnt paid on ordcre 1.QQ5 87 jia.:ejs?3 i)"""' $30 65 000 00 1. .. 8,561 58 $3,148 84 $27t 06 No (44 77 4. $2,636 64 $1,230 91 No. 6 $l,7t-3 $ 2,291 68 71)6 000 $1,495 8,186 04 7,478 00 $708 .$ 6,549 ;.- 6,677 00 67! 2,310 20 1,616 00 $6S4 1,589 79 1,928 00 $338 631 62 $531 2,83'J 05 2,429 06 5,2fil 11 ISaJ 84 4,964 27 $ 1,384 63 J3.579 License. 14 0l 14 00 3T 48 32 21 $5 810 ia 125 31 955 66 $263 $42 $14 $7 $304 $1,062 $73 16 Condition of Funds County Fund Bridge Fund Infirmarv Fund , School r'und TowusliipFond Corporation Fund Institute Kncd Repair Fund Township Koad Fund Cemetery Fund Ditch Fund Road Improvement No. 1 Road Improvement No. 2 Road Improvement No. 3 Road Improvement No. 4 Road Improvement No. 5 Road Improvement No. 6 Road Improvement No. 7 Road Improvement No. 8 ... Road Improvement No. 9 Road Improvement No. 10 Road Improvement No. 11 Road Improvement No. 12 Road Improvement No. 15 Redemption Fund Doe Tax Fund Free Turnpike No. 2 Free Turnpike No. 21 Free Turnpike No . 22 Free Turnpike No. 94 Free Turnpike No. fi Free Turnpike No. 26 Free Turnpike No. 27 $ 24 Sfi9 78 $ 47,957 69 Amount of Overpayments in excess of Balances .$ 23,087 91 Respect fully eubniitieil, T. II. LONG, "I Commissioners JOHN BOGART, of II. II. REDKEY, J Highland Co., O. To the Honorable S. F. Steel, Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Highland County, Ohio: Ry virtue of an appointment of the date of November 23, A. D. 1878, we, the under signed, as a committee, together with J. M. Dumeni, Prosecuting Attorney, proceeded to examine the report of the Commissioners of Highland Countv, Ohio, for the vear ending September 7, 1878, on file in the I leas ot Highland County, Unio, ana respectlully report as follows: Of the orders issued by the Auditor of Highland County and entered on the Audit or's books, we find that there is in the hands of holders unredeemed (or partly redeem ed) by the Treasurer, the amount of 514,209 10, said orders being included in this re port, but were not included in the August settlement with the Treasurer, and will be included in settlement oi io. Orders for Road Improvement No. lo were er, ihe sum ot lor printing ior innrmary elmuld have been charged to Infirm ary Fnnd, but was erroneously charged to County Fund. The sum of $15 paid for land for bridges, is charged to County Fund, but should be charged to Bridge Fund. we iurtiiernnutnai mesumoiirieu,paia 15, 1S77, was not charged to the Treasurer but has been charged to Treasurer as of exceptions we find the report correct. Kespectlully submitted, We hereby certif fy that we have been necessarily engaged in the examination of 'the he period of seventeen (17 days. foregoing report the W. T. GREL BER, JOHN B. HAYS, J. M. DUMENIL, Piosecuting Attornev. I certify the above costs arc correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. M. 1IUGHEY, Clerk Highland Common Pleas. September 7,1878. Ealttuces. t lr)5i'!s. 29,5.V2 43 8,716 85 :;.114 40 5,649 28 ml 17 6e9 15 4,408 34 348 83 3,448 84 272 00 75 88 3" 65 443 77 S,fi36 64 ;,7(',3 10 1,495 68 Tns !H 6T2 75 0S4 20 1 ,230 91 338 21 531 52 3,579 5S 3 27 262 31 42 98 $14 40 $7 32 314 47 41 46 $1,082 97 $73 10 office of the Clerk of the Court of Common included to August 31, 1878, and no furth into county ireasuryol the date of September at the time, and not included in this rpnort. the date of September 11. 1S78. With tiiexe . 1 . GKELBER, 1 Exami'iina JOHN B. HAYS, Committee. J. M. DUMENIL. Proseentinor Attnnir v. f lic pjliliuut Jcirsi HILMBOROI GII, OltlO. Thursday, - - January 2, 1879. Home Correspondence. GREENFIELD. 68 04 20 21 62 58 27 ol 98 40 32 47 97 A "Happy New Year'." Try the News. Hogs are low. ''Swear off" to-day. Sleighing is magnificent. Ice is about eight inches thick. Mr. Chas. Gerkin put in Christinas day in Cincinnati. The number of callers to-day will be un usually large. Personals are very plentiful this week, as the list fully shows. Mr. Joseph E. Marks spoke in South Solon, last Sunday evening. There will be a Temperance meeting to morrow night in the City Hall. Mr. James Fullerton is just recovering from a severe attack of pneumonia. The majority of our merchant will "re ceive" to-day payments on accounts. The number of froten ears, fingers, and feet the past week, was very large. "Baby Mine" is getting "to be as big ft nuisance as was the "Mulligan Guards.!' Frarjk Murray, of Washington C. II., spent Christmas here. I'ts a positive fact! Marks has not been to Marshall for over a week. Mr. George Loomis, of Middletown, Ohio, is vMting at the M. E. parsonage. Miss Erne Zering, of farleton, O., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. P. Curtis, at this place. T,'cC ' y', TV,.W,., ; . 4l, mlficl ,f liar ;ter, Mrs. H. L. Chapman, in St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. Arthur Southward, a student at Wooster University, is at home, on South Washington street. Mrs. E. Mussman, nee Fox, of Cincin nati, is visiting herparents, on East Church street. Rev. Rossiter, of Cincinnati, spoke at the First Presbyterian church Sunday morning. We are clad to notice that the serious illnee of Mr. Newt. Henness is rapidly passine awav. Prut, iilair, the founder ui Cx "pc"c school at tins place, died at Wheeling, Ya., Ic. '.'3d. Mr. Wilcox, of Buffalo, N.Y., is visit ing his son-in-law, Mr. Wm. Houltou,near this nlace. The Misses Anna and Tillie Love, teach' era in the Cincinnati schools, are at home in this place. Miss Lottie Junk, of Frankfort, O., is the guest ot Miss Ida trawiord, on coulli ashington street. Rev. Thos. Collett, pastor of the M. E. church, was in Waynesville last week, vis iting his mother. Miss Lillie Sharp, of Dayton, O., is the guest of Mrs. Wiibor Squires, on North ashington street. Prof. James Kelso, Superintendent of the puouc scuoois ai mi. ciening, was n town part of last week. Miss Kate Dwyer, a teacher in the pub lie schools at Jackson, has been visiting her mother, in this place. Miss Annie Pugsley, of New Lexington, is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. L. Meek, on South ashincton street. The Week of Prayer commences Sunday, Jan. 5th. The programme has not as yet been arranged lor this place. Mr. Chas. Crothers gave a ball in Bell's Hall last Thursday evening. The crowd in attendance was quite large. The death of Mr. Henry Steward, a well- known voung colored man, occurred on Dec. 23d. Consumption was the cause. Mr. J. M. Hughey, Clerk of the Court, and family, have been spending the past week with his parents, in this place. Mr. Dick Elkins, the young colored chap who played such a conspicuous part in a re cent bastardy case, is now at nome. Mr. George A. Love, a well known tele graph man on the M. & C. stationed at Cin cinnati, and wile, spent me nouaays nere. Mr. Harry Thayer, of Minneapolis, Minn., a fellow-student of Mr. Arthur Southward, at Wooster, is his guest at this place. At (5 o clock last Monday morning the thermometer was 11 degrees below zero. This is the coldest morning we have had this winter. The Temperance meeting to be held on the night of Jau. 9th, will be addressed by Rev. J. W. Klise, of Hillsboro, and Hon. J. L. Huches. of Marshall. Mr. John Cailey, a former well-known teacher in this vicinity, now teaching at AndersonvilJe, Ross county, spent Christ mas among lus mends here. Christmas eve was dulv observed by the M. E. Sunday School. The little folks had a grand time. The scholars ol the uer- man SL. .. cnurcil also en oyeu uieuiseics hiirplv. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Anderson have been eniovincr a visit the past week from Mrs. '...: Xfr oJ ATrc Sfim'l T. Or- tran. OI tne same place, nave uisu uceii siienditiff me noiiuays wiin mem. The Murphy meeting held in the City Hall last Thursday evening was very in teresting. It was under the leadership of Mr. Joseph E. Marks. Mr. A. M. Mackcr- lv made the principal address. The crowd in attendance was somewhat larger than usual. Ttio wpll-ltiinwn panorama of the "Pil- p-rim's Progress" is billed for Monday and Tuesday evenings, Dec. 30th and olst, at Citv Hill. The panorama was here about one year ago, and was very largely attend ed. A matinee will be given this (Mon day) afternoon. From a letter received by -Mr. jolin J. Bell from the distinguished lecturer whom he expected here on the 10th, we learn that it will be impossible for him to make an engagement for that night at this place. He is now lecturing in Pennsylvania. . The soonest he can be here will be the 13th. Tn conseouence of the heavy lall ol :-now on Sunday and Monday of last week, all the trains on the &. J. S r. were aeiaj- ed from 12 to 21 hours. The early morn ing train bound south, due here at 'J o'clock A. 31., ran into a snow-drift near South Sa lem. There being no telegrapn line as jet on this road, the other trains, both north and south, jan up to the train snowed in, t-tartsnian; at of and had to wait to be du o'it; All the engines frose Up es?;'t one. All trains are now running regularly. The lnarriage of Mr. Clinton Chapman, of Boston, to Miss Ella Laverv, took place Christmas night at the residence of the bride s mother, a few miles south of town, Rev. 11. K. Campbell, of South Sa lem, officiating. It is spoken of as being a grana occasion. A very interesting lecture will be deliv ered by Mr. W. II. Irwin t City Hall to morrow (ThursdaV) evening, entitled "Hits duJ hints." From what we know of It, It will be decidedly interesting to the majority of our Temperance people here. 0 do not lail to hear it. That wedding which we announced in our column lat Week, to occur on Christmas, failed to materialize. The fellow says it was not his fault, as he had done every thing he could toward the culmination of of this affair. Our sympathies are with him, and' we wi;h h'iin"better luck next time. Among the items in this column last week, the compositor made us say that it was the baggage of the Merry Macks which had been levied on by Marshal Harris. It should have been the Merry Makers. It is not our intention to injure anybody unless justified by facts, hence this correction. The agent of the S, J, & P., Mr. Frank B. Hudson, has issued the following notice to our business iuen: "All freight, with the exception of Springfield, Jeffersonville, Washington, Greenfield, Bainbridge, Way erly and Jackson, must be pn-pqitl." Our business men and shippers in general will please remember this. Owing to the press of matter of more im portance and general interest to our read ers, than a newspaper fight, such as has been carried on for some time in this col umn, we will let the "Mummy" have a rest this week, and perhaps forever. His attacks on us last week were so childish and foolish, that we would not, even .if space allowed, attempt to answer them. Mr. Joseph E. Marks appears to have gained quite a wide-spread reputation as a Temperance lecturer. He is billed for New Y'ear's day in Cincinnati. While there last week, he made a very fa vorable impression on the Temperance people, and nothing else would do them, but another lecture, which he, too bashful to refuse, proposes to deliver on New Y'ear's eve. Our City Fathers' clock got on its regu lar semi-yearly strike on Monday morning "f lat -"-ec1- It denoted 7 o'clock by gaily tapping 233 times, and tueii iu dc-wu and took a rest. It was wound up again, and at ten, let loose all holds and came down on the run. It was fixed up and is now running and striking correctly. We arc in formed that the cause of the trouble was, a battered-down ratchet. The cold weather of the past week has been a god-send to our ice-packers, if not to our citizens, who were compelled to care fully pick their way over ice-covered pave ments, ihe ice is the finest and clearest, averaging over seven inches in thickness, that has been packed for several years, Our people will not suffer for want of the protoxide of hydrogen, as the chemists call it, next summer. At a regular and stated meeting of Davis Lodge, No. lio, A. O. L W., held at their hall, corner of Main and Fifth streets, Dec. 20, 1878, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: J. P. Smith, M. W; J. P. Simpson, F.; II. F. Bush, Recorder; C. E. Bell, Financier; R. M. McElroy, Re ceiver; J. J. Stauss, G.; II. L. Robinson, O.; J. E. Evans, J. W.; D. M. Harris, O. W. Cedar Grove Lodge, No. 17, F. & A. M., celebrated St. John's Day in a very ap propriate manner. At 2 o'clock they form ed a procession at their lodge room and marched to the A. M. E. church,on 2d street. Here addresses were delivered by Mr. J. W. Jackson, of Washington C. H., and Mr. W. H. Parham, of Cincinnati. Rev. C. P. Hackett also delivered a sermon. The lodge is in a very nourishing condi tion, and stands among the highest color ed lodges in the State. The affair wound up at night by a festival in Bell's Hall. At this, among other amusements, was the balloting! for the most popular ladies and gentlemen in the hall. Miss Mauley se cured the largest number of votes, and the cake, Miss Ida Terry the second largest, and a pair ol vases; Mr. ilioni. Jones, as the most popular gentleman, received a mustache cup and saucer. l he following ladies will entertain to day. For the convenience of callers we have arranged the names as follows: On Main Street Miss Flora Mitchell; the Misses Annie and Alice Elder; the Misses Annie, Mary and lillie Love; the Misses Mary, Sadie and Laura McGarragh; Miss Mary Morrow and Miss Blanche Sellers will entertain at Miss Sellers'. On Washington Street Miss Hattie Missri.-her Douglass; -Miss lil lie Caldwell; the Misses Altman and Miss Yadie Wilson. On South Street: Miss Belle Allen and Miss Sallie Kinkead. On Church Street: Miss Nettie Fellers. Some will have refreshments and some none. It any names nave, been omitted, we do most humbly beg the pardon of the ladies, although we have made every en deavor to get the names of all. L pper-tendom in our colored population, was thoroughly shaken up on Tuesday morning of last week by the discovery that the night liefore, two of their number, Mr. Jason Wilson and Miss Delia Pat terson, had eloped. It appears that the charming Delia had four other suitors for her hand, but on which one to bestow it she was at a loss to decide ; so Jason, thinking that dash and rim would win, when persuasion would not, made a bold onslaught on the heart of Miss Delia and proposed an elopement. This she, in a very accommodating way, assented to. t?o 10 o'clock Monday the couple staated. Thev walked to Ghorinlcy's crossing on the J. & P. flagged the earlv train and went to Springfield, and from there to Co lumbus, where they were put under hy draulic pressure in a Justice's office and made one. By some means the other four suitors got wind of the affair at the time their leaving, and followed Wilson for the purpose of killing him, but thev soon gave it up as a bad job. Giiwo'. "It is better to laugh than bo crying" decidedly; and to enjoy your baby's laughing society use Dr. Bull's Baby Syr up, which relieves the chief discomforts of babyhood without stupefying tho children. Price 25 cents a bottle. HARDWARE, Q v. TOVES . TINWARE G INWARE, GUNS, LAP-ROBES, WAGONS. to i I i ! ' ; said i in i ! at ; fo-w't; ! i be ' ! vey ! i t,-L-rn. . uer to W. ls5-. in a to 4o as I a to S. E Persons Visiting Cincinnati SHOULD NOT FAIL OF CALLING AT THE KEW C3- IF. 13 jSlT feily Dry i " 9 9 ! C. B. HUBBELL & CO. . i 76 and 78 West Fourth Street, Where can be seen a Magnificent Stcck of Black and Colored Silks, Velvets, : Trimming Silks and Satins, Dress Goods, Black Cashmeres, Mourning Goods, ! Cloaks, Shawls, Suits, Wrappers, Hosiery, Gloves, Merino Underwear for La- dies and Slen, Ladies' Merino Underwear, Corsets. The largest assortment of f Dress Trimniiegs, Fringes and ButtonB in the City. j HOUSEKEEPING GOODS. I Laces of every description ; 1,000 pieces Torchon Lace, Liueu Handkerchiefs ; from 4 Vc. upward, Real Lace Handkerchiefs, Lace Handkerchiefs, Lace Scarfs, j Lace Ties, LacfcBows, Fancy Goods, all combined forming forming a very at j tractive Btock, all of which are offered at New York City retail prices. ' j N. B. No deviation in price, and every article wRrrsuted S3 fepreseuted, or ! or the money returned. , ! C. B. HUBBELL & CO. dfcl9w4p&soN Goods OF T Homo! Special Notices. "What are yon going io do aboul it?" Because the peculivJis of physiologi cal laws are not executed speedily, some fancy they are void. Ent when the sys tem breans down, .-r- 'most hopelesu complications arT& M . a the family phy sician, by reason of hfe limited experience, fails to relieve, the riertinency of the above inquiry is apparent. Many reme dies have been special)' prepared for these cases, and many physicians are bidding for their patronage. As kerore making a pur chase of land, a "seaich" is required, and the title carefully emtned, so invalids should carefully inveaigate the claims of any physician offeriijg to treat chronic diseases. Dr. Pierce'i Family Medicines are well known, and have effected many cures where eminenj physicians have fail ed, yet to accomniouio surgical and com plicated cases, and taose desirous of be ing restored speedily, Dr. Pierce has erected an elegant sarjtnnum, at a cost of nearly half a million aJiiars. No instiga tion in the world offffs advantages supe rior to those found h this establishment. Half a score of phyiicians are in atten dance, several of whan have been prom inently connected witl leading American and Enropean Hospitds. Every improv ed facility for hastening a enre that a lib eral expenditure of noney could secure can here be fonnd. Before fully deciding where to go, addresi Invalids' and Tour ists' Hotel, Buffalo, N.Y., for circular. On Our Most Distant Frontiers As in our busiest and most populous cities of the seaboard and interior, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is preeminently popular. Wherever civilization plants its foot on th'S continent, thither the great tonic soon finds its way. Nor is this surprising, for it is the medicine of all others best adapt ed to the wants of the Western emigrant, be he miner or agriculturist. It is an in comparable remedy lor tke diseases to which he is subject, and which are liable to be brought on by a change of climate, hardship, exposure, naaccustomed air and diet, and miasmatic atmosphere and water. Among these are disorders of the stomach and bowels, rheumatic ailments, and ma larious fevers, for all of -which Hostetter's Bitters is a certain specific. A course of the Bitters before departing for the new field of labor, or on arriving, will have the effect of preventing the evils" for which it is such a signal remedy. jan'Jml Exposition of 1870- Wandering thro' the United States section of this truly wonderful exhibition, hyperornamented and over-displa3Tcd as the most of it ip, I came upon an elegant glasgense, whose modesty was the mora conspicuous from its neighbors' finery, surmounted by the motto Itigni Praemia and displaying, in neat packages, the medical preparations of the house of De. J. 0. Ater & Co., Low ell, Mass. I was aware of the world-wide reputa tion of this eminent firm for th9 character and quality of their goods, and remember well their agents in London, Messrs. New berry, in St. Paul's Churchyard. Having a leisure hour, I determined to examine the contents of this case, myself, and I was surprised to seo the delicate perfection to which they have brought their house hold remedies. I was chagrined at the re flection that, while we have at home the most skilful and, pre-eminently, the best physicians in the world, these Yankee doc tors distance us so far in the line of popu lar medicines for family use. They have the sharpness to take advantage of the high scientific discoveries among us and make pills and potions as palatable as they are salutary. I was told by a leading druggist in Philadelphia, that Db. Ayee's manufactory was the largest in America, giving employment to hundreds. I must go to Lowell and see it on my way home. Lorreponaence ijonann ijngianut j. eic- graplt. Why, Verily? Why be an animated tallow-shop when Allan's Anti-Fat is a safe and sure remedy for obesity, or corpulence, and will reduce the most ill-proportioned form to a grace ful outline within a few weeks. It con tains no ingredients that can possibly prove deleterious to the system. A well known chemist, after examining the con stituents and the method of its prepara tion, gives it his unqualified endorsement as a remedy that "cannot but act favtra bly upon the system and is well calculated to attain the object for which it is intend ed. ISaltimoee, JId., July 17, 187S. Pntpr's Allan's Anti-Fat, Buffalo, N. Y. : Dear Sirs I have taken two bottles of Allan's Anti-Fat and it has reduced mo oight pounds. Very respectfully, Mrs. I. R. COLES. Special Notices. IndigpMlble I! read. The reason why adulterated baking pow ders make bread nnd biscuits very indi gestible, is because they harden the gluten of the wheat and make it less soluble. The purity and perfect combination of Dr. Price s Cream Baking Powder makes all articles easy of digestion. Discovered. Dr. Price, by a new process, extracts the subtle flavor from every delicious fruit and aromatic. In his Flavoring Extracts the characteristic taste and freshness of the real fruit is preserved. Ladies tbntt wish something-superior in the way of flaJ voring extracts, should purchase Dr. Price's. Farm for Sale! A farm of 118 acres, 7 miles north ofT Hillsboro, O., within half a mile of free pikes; soil first-class,completely onderi drained; improvements good, with plenty- of w&ter asd imhnr woll ormnlio. . ' .'. - r with all kinds of fruits and berries. rorj particulars, call on or address J0NA. WILLIAMS, sepl'Jwl Samantha. o. A Good Acconnt. "To sum it np, six long years of bed ridden sickness snd suffering, costing $200 per year, total f l.l'OO all of which was stopped by three bottles of Hop Bit ters, taken by my wife, who has done her own housework for a year since, withont the loss of a day, and I want everybody to know it for their benefit. "JOHN WEEKS, Butler, N. Y." dec2tvl If you have a chronic disease which has resisted the skill of yonr local physician and yonr own good care of yourself, place yourself in correspondence with E. B. Foote, 51. D., 120 Lexington Avenue, New York City. It will only cost you the post age you put on your letters, as all consul tations by letter as well as in person are free. Dr. Foote is the well known author of Medical Common Sense, Plain Home Talk, Science in Story, etc. dec2iyl There is but one verdict, and that is that in thirty-three years Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup has never failed to cure a Cough, Cold or General Hoarseness. At drug stores. Price 25 cents ; five bottles, Si. 'QcEitr : Why will men smoke com mon tobacco, when they can buy JIarburg Bros.' 'Seal of Xorth Carolina," at the same price?" decOylsMPAco . 1 . Chew Jackson s Best Sweet Navy Tobacco nov28yl New Advertisements. Alphonso Hart, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office-Sniitli's lllock. corner of Main & High Sis., II1LLS11UKO, O. jauiyl" rr rnO Mun alKl wmeti are WANTED, to IUUUUL make from to$15perday. Aleuts are now making tliat amount. Address, with one-cent stamp, jan2mlJwico REV. S. T. 11LXK, Milton, Pa. TRY THE HEWS. Marriages. BEKliY HAWK December -4, ISTS, by J. P. Surber, Esq., 'Mr. William N. Berry io Nancy R. Hank, both of Humor township, Highland couuly, Ohio. ItHOAHS BAKNAKB At the residence of the bride's mother, near New Petersburg, Highland countv, on Thursday evening, December 111, IS78, by liev. J. H. Davis, Mr. Oliver B. Kiioads to Misa Mil la Baruatd. CHANEY MOHHOW At the Presbyterian par sonage, by Kev. W. J. McSurely. December 24, I7S,'Mr. William . Chaney aud Miss Lizzie Mor row, both of Newmarket tow uship, this county IIOt'SE WORTH GEFFS On Christmas day, ISTS, by I). Whitmer, Dr. M. 11. Ilouseworth, i t Bethanv, Butler county, Ohio, to Miss Mius Cells, daughter of Hon. Thos. Gelt.-, of Clinton couuly, Ohio. McK AY-UAl'.MEI.E On the same day, by the same, Mr. Oscar F. McKay to Miss Mary Uarmell, daughter of Dr. Uarmell, of Oakland, Clinton county, Ohio. HOLME? MITCHELL On the -th of Decem ber, 1678, bv Kev. D. Callahan. Mr. Lewis B. Holmes and Miss Emma F. Mitchell, all of High land county, O. SANDERSON--WILKIN- By Kev. G. W. U. I Smith, lvcember ''". at the residence ot L'nvia Wilkin, Mr. Joseph M. Sanderson anu juss jiury Wilkio, both of Highland county. PVGII ATWELL At the residence of the offi ciatiu" minister, on the S41h of December. WIS, by Elder Wm. Hill, Mr. W. Lloyd Pugh to Miss Liz zie Atwcll. daughter of Dr. Atwcll, all of Uhland county. Hardware! STOVES, Horse & Saddle Blankets, COAL VASES, COAL HODS, FIRE SETS. (MI ZZLE AND BUEECU LUAlJEl! LARD AND COAL OIL CAES, ST0YE PIPE CaJl aud hear our prices before bujiuir. Red Ami! Hardware Store, - 1 East Main St. Hillsboro, O., Nov. 5. 1S7S. Highland Co. Probate Court The following- named Executor?, Administrators. GaarcltaiiB and Ai?iinet;8 have nied tneir accounts In this Court lor settlement since November 11, tsis, to-wn: 1. J. Vance, Adror of I.-win Vancp; Edwin CowEill.Ucin of Dlcklson .Miileri rSarjey shoemaker, Gdn of Grnuville Cihoernaker and flora fr.lwuiaker: f-E. B. Pierson. idn of Edwin R. Picrson Nurie V. rierson. Mary W. Fiersou and Aj:nes E. I'ie son: ie )l. r.u.-h. Udn Alva M. Kusli: Nelson Winkle, (kin nf (.'l.arlrs E. Winkle; Sd''ratton. c.tb. rule rrrtt:: flml Anna At. Sfrnrtoii: rL'adley O. iJizirs. Assignee of A. J. Wii ght: Robt. Byrnm. A??it;neeof Lewis I.eib; John A.-pattersonAdnir of J. C urintren f Daniel L. Foreman. Exr cf Lvdia Hopkins; Daniel and Wm. William? ,' Esrs of 1 hoiuas W :1- hams: HOE !"fP Kibler $ Herron, tw0plames P. Roberts, Gdn of Thomas Huberts: George . L.elevre, nil!! oi l nomas ii. irne ; Same, Admr of John II. W a &-ro Z-Ih" ron Kellv, Ex'r of tjeorire T. A rthur Noble. Ailuir ol Mutt!' lifts K'-rr. .J.?iiia F'n'nC. Atef B'm. H.Ba.;a!e: John Ballentine. Admr.. F.nos vv rsr; Same,' Admr of Jume- S-.'hern; .Inhu Berry, Adiur of James Fleming: J.P. McWiilittins, Admr of Martha .ViWiil'mms L. B. Custer, Admr of James Mnrrrtv; E. F. Pierson, Admr of F. W. Piersou: All which have been continued f"r publication and final hearing until January 12, 179. J. C. NORTON, Probate Juce. December 15, 173. decl'.': Assignee's Sale of Real Estate. HAVING obtained an Order of Private Sale from the Probate ( ourt of Highland County, the undersigned Assignee will offer for private sale, during the next one hundred days, the fine stock and grain farm held by him as assets of Thomas J. IliL'L'ins, assignor. Said t;irm is situate in Penn township, this county, two miles east of Samantha, on the Quaker Road. It consists of 31ti acres of fine land, 2W under en Itivntion, the remainder well timbered; all well fenced, watered and improved. The faim is in every way adapted to farming on a large scale, beautifully situ'lted and carefully arranged. It will besold as a whole, or in two separate tracts of '0 and 1 1 acres re spectively. Call on or address JOHN W". HlflGINS, Assignee, Room No. 1 Strauss Building, Hillsboro, O. Uec2w3 Estate of D. C. Lewis, dee'd. rlIEunder-ii:ued has this dav been appoluted 2 Admiiiistratris ot the Estate of D. C. Lewis late of Iliir'nlaud Coautv, Ohio, deceased. " MAHV JANE LKWIS. recerub?r lt dec-'ew:;1 Does A4lvrrtl!!iiiitf Pay ? Row can the world know a man has a pood 7 li i 1 . 14 anient he advertises poneeseion of it? Corne lius Vanpehbilt. I. W.JAUNAfclN, fOr.H!ISSIOFJ And fea!cr in FRESH BEEF, FORK, VEAL, Siinfcage, Lard, Ittilter Eggs & Country Produce. Tho Highest Market Price paid for Fat Cattle Farmers who desire to bay Grain of any kind will fiud it to their interest to give me their orders. 57W.MainSt.Hillsboro,0. t?f See Bi'ducrd Prices : -ft cut." Tiief. cte, Rn:iat, 7 ctf; llricket, .", etc; Turk-Hams, 1 cts; Skl''i! Gets; Shonklers, f ctsi ioretiibr II, 1&7. nov21m3 TBtJTHS. HOP BITTERS, (A Medicine, Not a Drink) CONTAINS Hops, Riicliu, Mandrake, I:iniir lion. f ! And the Pi best and Bsst Meihcmsai. fi "iliUTlES OF ALL OTHKK BiTTEKS. Si THEY CTJHE H an ttsri.m nf tho Ptiiniiirh. Dowels. Blood, I i Liver, Kidnevs and Urinary Orcans. Nefvoas rlness, f lee plessuess. Female Complaints and h Drunkenness. $1,000 IX UOL.U Win h., i.nid for a rase tbeT will not cure or hem, or f"r uuythiiiK impure or injurious jj found in them. . , f Ak your druggist for Hop Bitters and free t ooks, and try the Bitters before you sleep, i H InRitifti)lt:rr. .... ,- . : rr- The Hop cougn cure aim rain ikubi : ie Cheapest. Snrest and Bent. f ! .r sale by SliVllEKT CO. and J. W. J IINN, HlllsDoro, O. uew-uji ( DAILY HEAT MARKET SITCESSOP. TO F. ZANE. HiSli street, Two J'oors South of Email's Biotk, Will unpply the public daily with FrPQh Rppf Teal, Mutt:m, Pdrk, SAUSAGE-MEAT, HAMS, Ac, Of the very be!t quality, ard at prices as low as auy other establishment. ic- Stores and families supplied with fresh Bo- V coutinuancc of the public patronage solicited. Paid tor GOOD CATTLE ANT HOGS. dec!yl STANLEY it! A MOST EXCITING, atina aud absorb- U book of thrilliue tures. A complete IN AFRICA record of the prent ex plorations in the heart of the Dark Continent, and marvelous jourcey down the Cono, by Bert Eiiricr fc: Assr.i. h fcMiv M. A.LE. .No other edition can com pare with it for artraftivf-ne1? and cheapness, AGEHS WAHED pi to seua tor run par- con- imed. Profnsel; liUl-El.iIcii. Nfurly beveii uuudrcd Pa-zes, Price oniy f 2-iTi, Address rRSHEi: A Mp3I.4R1.'. 13 S'. Fifth St., CINCINNATI, OHIO. iiec!'w4 'fi zTfc f A week iu yonr own town. $- V" -m n-SJontat free. 'No risk. Reader, if j'.'jr Vi.i' "you want a business at which persons of either sex can make great pay all the liev work, write fur particulars to H. Hai Co., I'ortianil Maine. marisyl LETT Chae. Ingebrand, I I We are pleasedv Jo announce that we are novvV located in our NEW ROOM, and ll have on hand a large assortment of ( Dry Goods and Notions for the Fall! Vand Winter trade. When you comey Y to town call and see us. Don't forget the place No. 13 N. High St. yy Ns. E. H ibben &c Sor LEGAL NOTICE. A petition wasi thi; day tiled in tliic the Probate I Court of IliirhhiLd Comity, Ohio, lor the v tab- ' lUlnueiit of a new j-.int ub-Uistrirt for school ; purpjef, to be composed of territory comprised , in the towitf-bip ot Lilnrty atM I'run, in caid i county, said petition beiu" pre.-eiiii d under the j Schoo'l Laws of Ohio, as amended April -oth, j A. I). is;, and prayini; tor the appointment of VOnJiniPiMOUfio uuuer rniu uii, mm n is this Court that Maid ConinuKiner! m'et at the refidence of Jacob Holnui', in Liberty township, on the 23d day of January, A. 1. i7t, to consider and determine the t;n"tiou whether (iici; Sub-li?-trict outrht to be eetabiihed or not. J. C. NORTON, lcc. IT, 17. fdec:9wl Pro' ate Judtre. To Inventors and Mechanics!! PATENTS and how to oblaiu them. Pamphlets of CO pas;es free, upon receipt of stamps for post f.r. Address (In.MoRK, Smith c: Co., Solicitor- of Patents, Box 31, novJtt Washincton, !. C. Every Business Itlan NeedsomethinL'in the wav ot Jon Printinc. need srarcelv add that von can w your I'rintlLff done lo the best advantage at the oeplStf NEW S OFFICE. . t Trustees' Sale of Personal Property. In pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of H'irhlaiui Comity, Ohio, we w ill offer foe sale at public, auction, on Tuesday, January 14, A. . 1879, at l' o'clock A. M., on the home farm of William M. WorUy. in Paint township. Highland county, Ohio, the fnliowinir persoii:il proKrty, to-wit: Ilorse?'. Cow, Heifers, two year-o!d Steer?, cprinif Calves, twn-y ar-ohi th.roUL'hbred Hull, stock f;d H''ir, Corn, beat, Karinins; I tensiis, and numerous other articles too tefiious to caeD tiun. Abot on rkw.itiy, January u, a.d. isto, at the Ellicott IIoupc in IlilNboro, Ohio, we will otter for sa'e at mbl'c auction, the following per sonal property, to-wit: All the Furniture and Fixtures in and about the said Elncott House, and all tl'e personal propitv in and afoat the Livery Stable atthed totnid KUifott Honse, conistice ot Horses, Busies. H:'rrnche, t arnacte and sun dry other artiir too tedious to mention. Teiais- rf :ile: !1 fiimf of five doilsrc and un der, cash. A credit if pine months will be given on all sum: over and above five dollars, upon the purchrtpcr civinir a note with .-ipprovcd renrity. ELI OVKMA aud JOHN C. GKEGG, dclJ, 4 Trustee?. Ac, of V.'m.l. WorRy. CHEKIFFS SALE. William Scott 1 In Ine ??nr torn- v, y moo Fleas of H -.eU- JolinHotipetal. i land Couplr. Ohio. o'ice is hereby given, that the undersigned, Shrlf of Highland Conniv, WH bf ,;r!.-l 11 Order of Saie issued oat of sa'd Court In ! a ip , entitled cause, and to him directed as hneruf of Countv, will, at the door of the Court House, Hillsboro, on Siiturdmj, January 18, A. D. 1879, two o'clork P. M. of said dar, offer for sale at public auction, the following lauds and tenements, ".T.te .in the, county of Hicbland and in State of Ohio; and In ti-'e !ctfu?bib -rt liberty. FiBST TRACT. Cuutaiulnc: lM acres; part of Ofivay SirdS f af No Jftis, on the waters of Koclty Fort of Paint Creek, beiincine ot a stone in the or':nsl north line of the survey; Corner to Lhnstopbe' W'.- i 'inrt; rni'iu. i'"M-,ee with sia line S' y s V. ' : : : , io two bick otkii ibetik -...-c b. 6- poles to two small dogwoods, cor , i,i David llouu's land: theace with his line s. 50s; desrees K. U2 poles to a siigartree. eim ana qkkory; another of Houp's corners: thence 2 desrree's . ts poles to a white oak and dogwood; thetce S. 73 d. jrees E. 26 poles to a stone, corner said Christopher Wise; thence 1 . a degree 1' 0 poles to the beiriuuiDe. HEWNU TKACT. Containing thirty acres, more or less, part of said Otway Bird's survey, belne; the same land de scribed in the deed from W, Ljie and J, Black, e ecuiors, to the said John Houp, dated Jannary 1 and recorded in Highland County Records Book No. 25 on psfe 30ut as follow ( Beginning at a stone, iornnr to said ohn Hoir- tract of laud, on which he reside?; tnence with ms line and passing his corner with the line ot Catha rine Wise's tract, N. T-l decrees E. 11 5-10 poles to stone, corner to Silas Hill's lot of W acres; thence with his line S. 14 degrees E. 66 S-IO pole a stone iu James Brywen's line; thence with said line S. 64 degrees W. 6a poles to a stone, cor ner to Silas Hill's lot of 7 acre; thence with his iiue X. drsrees 30 minutes W. It poles to a stone, corner to said lot; tlu-uce S. d-grees W . poles to a stone, corner to ?ald lot, ana on the line of John Houp'.- tract of Imd aforesaid, thence with siid line 3.1 dfjfeea E. 7 po'ea to tb grinnioi: THiKD TiUCT; Containing thirty-six acres, more or less, part of same survey, beiug the same land conveyed by James H. Houp to the said John Houp by deed dated Dugust 21, A. D. 1S71, and recorded In H'gh land Couiity Records, in Book No. 44, on page 'i-s, follows: Beginning at a stone, northerly cor- uer to the County Farm; running tnence with the with the line thereof . 41 detrrees W. 45 poles to stake in said Hue, thence turouiru the fsraa as hii.h .t':!s "art, N. "H degrees W. Ml poiea the Br: FtoKrii tli'-ncewith said road f degrees W. S.'HI poles, J. 4i degrees W, 148 Pel-Si '. n degrees W. 3 poles to a "stake tn the sofn western line of said Farm; thence with said line n; degrees E. 50 poles to a white oak; thence with the line of John Houp's farm S. 4 decrees lo9.S8 poles to the beginning. Appraised at W. C. NEWELL, Hheriff Highland County. O. .toHS Tobb:, Attornev. declOwS HEETTF'S SALE. ORPSS-eT SALE. he ni!lsborort-Natlonal) Highland Conn; t- laomafe coiwep coun m I. ) moo Pleae. )tice is hereby iriven, that the andersieneo. Sheriff of Highland County, Ohio, by virtue of an Or'lr ot-Sale issued out of said Court in the abo entitled cause and to him d'n-cted aa Sheriif of said County, will, at the door of the Court Hock, in Uiiisboro, on Saturday, January 11, A. D. 18 1 9, at two o'rlcx-k: P. M. of said day, offer for sale t pnbiit grjctlotji thi foilowinir lar.ds and ten ements, to-wit : situate In ?ait mnnty at filighland and S ate of Ohio, and In the tot shipof Hamer, bounded and descrlhed a fol" lows, viz : Bein? a part of Kerr's Survey No. i1, heginmre at an ash and red-oak. N. W. comer to the land of J.iseph Peach in the line of Massie and Kerr's Survev No. .ws); ttence with the Mia line N. decrees W. 150 poles to a black-walnut, red-oak sud hi' kory in said line, N. S. corner to Robert Yonng's tract; fhcnT with hi line and corner thereof S. degrees W. 173 pvnt'J to BlacK walnut, hickorv and siigartree (down in . the lire of Nathan Puil'iism'9 tract; theace with his line B. 81 derees E. Hs oolea to a double whlte-oal, w al nut and dogwood, S. W". comer to aid tract; Iheute with his line N". 9 degree 1. 1-1 nob's, rmtnir a branch at M poles, another at s poll's to the bek-lnnlmr containing 1 acres, more or less. Also, four acres adjoining part of rmrvey No. -n bounded od d-scribed as fcillows, to wit: Becinning at a stone, S. E. cornertotbe above described tract; tnence w ith one of ne line thereof N. 7'J'i deirrrea W. 1ZS poles to s stotM In said line: thence o. deirrees . poii to s'one; thence a. -,&i aesrees n. stone; thence N. desrees E. 5 poles to tne be ginning, which said tracts of laud contain (by survey agreed npon by the parties and flied la the papers in an action in the Court of CoSmOD Plea of Hifh'and Conity, t the iannary Term of said Court,' A. II. 14. wherein Byron Murphy a plaintiff and Joseph B. Caster, Mnr'ha t uster, Ann Price Chllds, S. F. Richards, William !jcott and j. J. Puirsley were defendants), 17S acre and 14S poles of land, more or less. Appraised at $t,47j. W.f. NEW ELL, Sheriff and Special Master ComrrtssioncT. Nelson Barrere, Attorney. Iiecember 6, IS7S. decl-'w.t CHERIFFS SALE. ORDER OF ?ALK. Allen Cooper ) Iu the Conrt o Commoir VS. V f left of tgblDd Co., Webster Cooper et Ohio. Notice- is hereby then, that the nndersiened, Sheriif of Highland Countv, ObioT by virtue of aa Order of Hale ippued out iA said Court in. the jbove entitled cau?f. and to him directed Sber ft of Miu mmmm;. m i.i, t tat ilwr of liits Court tioasa in Iiillsboro. ou Saturday, January 11, A. J). 1S79, mt iwo'cioi: P.M. of sard day, off-r for Bsie at public auction, the following kuds and tenements, to-wit, situate iu the county of Hichiand and la the State of Ohio, nnd bounded and described m foilowE, to-wit: J-itsatein the county of High land, in the State of Ohio, and in the township of New Market, and bounded and described a fol lows: On the waters of the kocky Fork of Flint Creek, brrinninj at two eitns and biack-oek. ?. S. corner to James Murray's; tbene N. T-i decree E. lt poles, cropsiui? -the creek a4 poles to larje whiteoak. gum and dozwxi; thence S. 17 dt-Jrees E. OS poles to a lare biak-oak. popiar nd dogwood; thence 73 decrees W. l-0 ptie to an elm and small aeh with the line of said li1 rav: tnence with said line N. t7 penrees W. 11 poles to the beginning containing u acres, part of Survey N o. i"d I . Appraised at $:'JO'. Terms of Saie Cash on d:H? nf ale. Given under my hasd at Hillsboro, Ohio, tb.il 11th day of December, A. P. lrf. W. C. NEWELL, Sheriff. Matthews & Hugoins, Aitorney. deci2w5 cheeiff's sal: Ki-rhard C. Km-tt as Ei'r'l Io the Ourt ot Com ol Job. J. FatJon, drx.. mm Pl-aa M H:j(b v?. W. T. t hancjr et a!. ) land Coautr. u. NoTire i h?rerT civvn tht the andersi;n;cd, SheriS o Hiehlmmi County, !o, b virto ot an Order of Sale teeued ont ot ?air! Conrt in the above entitled caoye aud to mm dirtied ap her. ot said Connty, will, at tne aoor ot tne vourc uon in Hillsboro, on Saturday, January 18, A. D. 1S79 at two o"clock P.M. of faid day, offer for sale it public auction, the following land? and tenement, to-wit : Situate on the waters of Dodsoo Creek. Beirinnlue at a atone in the county road and cor ner to 8anioel Lndwig; thence with hia line and the lines of Eliza Barrow and Eli Rouh. S. S de cree? V -'M poles to a ptone, corner to Eli Rouh; thence with his line S. 15 degrees W. 130 poies, passin? a branch at IS poles to a stone, corner to said Eli Ronsh; thence with his line N. S5V de grees E. 7" '4 poles to a stone, corner to said Kotis'n; thence with his line S. 7 decrees E. 77 poles to a stone in the center of the Mliford & Chtliicothe Tnrnpike; thence with ssid pike X. 8 desrees E. 1 pole; thence X. 7 decrees W. T1 poles to a stone, corner to S. W. Edmiston, pass ins a stone, corner to S. W. EdmiVon and John Welt. at joles; thence with the line of 8. W. Eumiston N. 77 rieerees E. 4 poles to a none; thence N. 2 decrees W. 6 poles to a s'one in the south side of the lane; thence X. 87 decrees E. 150 1-3 poles to a stone in Uie connty road, corr.er to S. W. Edmiston; thence with said road S. De grees V . 45 l-lo poles to the beirinnine contain iuff one hundred and ire aces aud ten poles, mora or less. Appraised at l::,9. Terms of Saie Cash. Given undr mr hand at Hillsboro, Ohio, this 15th day of .N-ovetnher, A.R .7; EWELU Sherifl Highland County, Ohio. Cyri'S Newrv, Attorney tor Plniutirf. SHERIFFS SALE. OKDEK OF SALE IN PARTITION. James ?avae ) Hitrhland County Conr vs. - ot Common Fleas Id Jane Eachr.s ct al. ) Partition. Notn i hereby irivert, that th:' onder?igTied, SheJitf of Hichland County, Ohio, by virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of said Court in th abovo entitled cause and to him dirrcted as Sheriif of said County, will, at tho door of the Conrt Hql in Hilluboro, on Saturday, January 11, -1. 1. 1879, at two o'clock P. M. of said day, offer for sale at public auction, the follow ntrlaud? and tenement, to-wit, Situate in the county of Hiehtand and .State of Ohio, and bounded and described as fol low, to-wit: Thirty-two and thr-e-quarter acres of land, betrinnin at a stake ;n the county road in the east line of John Hays's Nirvey No. 50j3and in the wet line of Kidn-rt Ballard's Snr vey No. 53M; thence with paid liiie N. de crees W. 5". ;les. crotins a branch at SO poles to a stake; 'thence 74 desrees W. 1M poies. crossing a branch at and at 7 and a road at 91 poles to a stake In Oideon Stt-phm's line; thence with eaid line S. 1. decrees E. poles to a stake; thence N- degrees K. ' poles to the besmoine, Aiso, another tract or parcel ot land, situate in HiL'hlai;d county, Ohio, to-wit: Thirty-two (3) acres, hesrinnini? at a stone, routh-ast corner of the ericinal survey No. 6t2, made in this name of John Hay?; thence with the couth line of said original survey S. dei;re-s W. t4 poles to a stohe, southwest corner to the survey and south east corner to Gieeon Stephens. 's land; thence with said Stephens's line No. Itiv, degrees W..Vv poI to a stake: toence N. U S decrees F.. li poles to a stake in the connty road m the eat line of the survey; thence S. lt . dep-r-es E. -V poles to the becinuii i.'. Apprai-ed at Temia of Sale-Cash on day of -ale. Given under my hand at HiHsboro, Ohio, this llth dav of December, A. l. 2. V. C. NEWKLl , Sheriff. SHEl'IIEUD AM Savaoe. Attort.es. decl-w Assignee's Notice of Appoint ment OTICE is hereby eiven, that th" umlersined il has been duly appointed and qualified by the Probate Court of Highland County, Ohio, Assicnee in trust, for the b:n'3t of the crnHtorsot Thomas J. Hiiiirins.of Highland County, Ohio. All persons havinif claims acamst said Th'-n.as .1. Hiccinstre hereby not i tied t present them t the nndtrsiirned, dulv verified, within the time mmimi by law. Da ted December 7th, lsT. decJ6w3 J. W. IIIGiilNS. Assiirner. A Card or Circnlar Is what every man ned wh wwuts t --nA hM hasiness. and he can cet either printed a thelow-eM prices and in the best style at i b seplfttf NEWS OFFTCK. " "At Home." Yon will always find the Printers 'Ai Home' from I A. M. Monday till P. M. ritnrday, ready tn Srint at At Home or any other ft!? of Cerdi at is spl?tf KffASCFFlCi.