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THE GREAT ntf item,. tat .MjfcfsUdU E. meomItish, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of the Chosf, Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet and Ears, and all other Pains and Aches. No Pn.r-antti.iTi on pnrttt cfjimlfl St. Jr.irt. On. in a '"'' sitrr, Attni.fc nu1 cheap Litertinl 11-ni.-ily. A timl email, tint the c.'itpiliv.-!.T trilling outlay et OO tent., niii pt.TV hue Mifl.rii'K v lth Aia ctoi have c)il-i .'.'I ivo j-n-nf ..f it, ClHllllH. I'iroctioni iD Klt.vin IRnctiWE''. tLD BY ALL DRUOOISTS AND DEALERS IN MEDICINE. A. VOGHLER & CO., ItaUimort, Aid., V. 8. A. augiJwJ Jf you iin- a innn y it jup art pi V y nmn of li t- . - of tni'tncf-,wi'(i.;- y envi liv t simi'i of r t toiling OYertii hi.- v .-ir - "H av-i.il jnL'ht work, to Ten- h n nli"t - hmiI i J tore mui rurvraad Hod B.tters. f, W Hop B. ?l K i arv toiitu' fttrl si HntVrL'T from nny In- Hirli-nltii "i -U .'Ui'ii L: mut "i a btxi of iielr msa, r- iy ou H o p la Bitter. t'mt r-nr sv f.-n J f"'"i of Kidney n "cli " ' iv ' ' S j 'it:'ftJ that miKht Jul? or t:m.:if -i -, '. r hnvo beu prevvnls-d wrth.mtfv.M iOhj, by a timely un of t tt k e Hop , .A HopBlttr HTTP Ton (it;,. D. I. O or uctunrv ''" -i.'utnl, di :: -i of tin; sf';'-', f-,rrW, diofxi.l hver or iiertc ? Ynu will he ('Tired If vnu Hop BttterB If ynn arfilm ply 'weak an-1 lowaniritfl.try It an absolute no? nnd Lrresista liilt euro for ilruDrtenrien i , nut of opium, I' o b c e o , or Sold bTdm(f- iri.ts. rkindfur Circular. HOP BfTTOS ' T9 t'0M ' Rotknter S. T.' . Trontn. (hit. NEVER FAIL It I It may avyur I if e. It has saved nun dreds. aug9w5 v 7... m 2 CiyRE Scii'iitistK n-iw nil nilinit th.-it most liH ar aro i-jiuricil ly -liHiii'l-Tr.l Kiilncvrt xtv I.ivcr, ttiid tliut if tlicsi' j;ri Ht i f-r:i 1 1 si iliv U- git in a i-rt'oi-t mrtit ii htulili l- the vault WAUSElfS SAIK KID.NKV AMI LlYKli CUllK la ma.li' frum a Kiinpk- Trii)u iil I,taf OF RARE VALUE, An-l ia a l'OSIVIVK Il-nidly l'..r (lie tnll-ming XrinilikN': Pain (11 the Ihiik ; ,S ivr J It ml, ,( ; Jit. zinc.!; tllirttt! it'i ; Jjijlunint Ey; A Tin (I Feiiinri; Might Ftr, 'its ; Pain in the Loirt r Part uf thr Bvdy ; Palpitation of the Iiart; Jaun dice; Urarti; Painful Vrina tion; Malarial Fever; Fcrer and Ague; Anil all dineascH canned l.y the Kidneys, Liver or Urinurv Organs heini; out -if order. It iB SAFE and CKliTAIS cure for all Fe male dillicultieH, Kuril an Leumrrhira ; Iiilhiminaliun if thr Wanh; Falling of the M '; I'lnra tivn of the Womb. It will eontrol ami regulate, jren.truation, and i an exielleht and tale runulv for aiales during pi-'-fiiuincy. Ah a JJIood I'miiier it in tint (;u;iled. for it emeu the organs that make the LImu'i. For lh'iU; Caib'iin-l : Senf nil ; Mite Stetll ing; Salt Ilhenm; i'vixuning liy Mi miry or any other Jtrtig, It is certain in every cae. For 1 nconli nenre; Jmpidinei ; Paiim in the Jjoinit, and All Similar J )i niuiten, It in a safe, tiurc and quiek Cure. It ia the only known remedy that has cured 1'ltKiHT M DlsKASK. Ah a proof of the purity and worth of thiH treat Natural ltemedy, read the fulluwin CHEMICAL ANALYSIS. H. A. LATriMOUE, l'h. I)., L.L. IX, Tro-ft-Hhur of :it inintry in tlio I'liivLTsity of lC(Hlict(T, N. Y., kimwiiiK tlm Mtuia.ntv and merit of Waunku'h Hakk Kium.y and Livkh i'uHF., after a tliurnu'li ('lifiuicul AiihIvmih, ha furnihtU the fullowniLj Htrttnu iit : UNIVERSITY OF noCHJCSTKR, lUx'iittiTfcit, N. V., January ti, lbMO. Mr. II. H. Warner lias pluceil in my nmnfH nioii the formula of the mciln-ino maiiutaetur ed and wld hv him unilT t lie general (leuina tion of WAKM Ii'.S SA EE KIJ'NKY AM) LIVEH CL'KK. I havo iiiventiated liin jiro (csKeB of manufaetiire, whieh are conducted with extreme- care and according to the bent met Inula. I have alno taken from Inn hdtma tory HampleH of all the muterialrt Uhed in the preparation of thi medicine, and upmi critical cianiination I lind them, an well aw the medi cine into which ihey enter, to he entirely free frum TXiiMomtUH or deleter it ma HuhMtanccH. b. A. LAITIMOKK. Tliif Iti'inrdv, wlih-lr Iihp done snch wondt rH, ia mt up in the i.AiiCEST hi ED j'.oTTEE of any medicine Ukh the niai kct, and in Hold ly Dni'iHtH ami all dealer at l.' per hot tie. For DinU-tea impure for AKS Kli'H HAEK DIAUETES CLEE. It is a Eo.slTlVE lUiuedy. H. H. WARNER & CO., KotlK-stcr, '. Y, tletlutftoemul LYNCHBURG. Lynchburg, Ohio, September 6, 1882. The prospect is flattering for a l.trge potato crop this year. Mr. Jacob Stautner raised his new Ham on Saturday last. Farmers are improving the pres ent favorable weather in plowing for wheat. Quite a number of our citizens attended the Manchester fair last week. Mr. J. M. Woodal, of Russell's Station, was here Saturday last on business. Mr. K. G. Koatright. of Russell's Station, was in town on Monday last on business. Mr. Col. Stroup, of Tricetown, was here on Monday attending the trial of Wm. P.rown. Miss Maggie Whitaker left last Saturday for Sabina, where she is engaged to teach school. The School Board have advertised for a janetor for the school building tor the coming school year. Mr. Josiah Roush and Miss Tidy McDaniel were married in the Chris tian Church on last Sunday night. Mr. Jas. II. Anderson was here on Thursday last on business connected with his office as Infirmary Director. Miss Maggie Glenn spent Friday last ivith her brother, Mr. Harry Glenn, cashier of the Lynchburg Bank. A number of the relations and friends of Mrs. George Ffister gave her a pleasant surprise on last Satur day. County Commissioners Redkey and Sanders were here on Thursday looking after the pikes and bridges of this section. The damage suit of Dr. Kleckner vs. Wm. Alexander, for three hundred dollars for being bitten by the latter's dog, was continued last Monday to Saturday. Mr. Samuel Agnew, an old and respected citizen, has been quite sick during the past week. Mr. Agnew is the only surviving charter member of Lynchburg Lodge I. O. O. F. Mr.' and Mrs. C. F. lirocknian attended the State fair last week. Mr. J. C. llallowell anil wife have returned from an extended visit to friends at New Lexington, Mar) svillc and other points. Mr. II. goes on duty at the stillhouse this month, re lieving Wm. Hal'er, who will take a month vacation. As we mail our letter the dog trial, as it is called, is in progresss, before the following jury. Thos. Cashatt, Geo. liishir, Wm. 1'ishir, John Ken nedy, Wm. Stautner and Wm. Ball. Torrie, for plaintiff; Sloane and Troth, for defense. On last Wednesday as the 10:35 a. m. train was coming in west of town, it run a horse belonging to Mr. Samuel Montgomery on to the bridge over Glady creek. The train was stopped, anil the horse taken off the bridge, but it was so badly bruis ed that it could not walk, and in at tempting to rise, it fell over the em bankment into tli e creek and was drowned. Mr. John W. Abernalhy, of whom we spoke last week as being sick, died on list Wednesday night. He has been failing for some time, and his death was expected by his friends. He was one of the early settlers of this community, and had accumulat ed considerable land. He was uni versally respected by those who knew him. He leaves a widow and several children, all of whom are grown, to mourn his loss. Lynchburg Market. Wheat, per bushel $ Oats Cattle, per cwt '. Hogs Flour ; New Potatoes, ber bushel Live Chickens, per doz ! EtfRR ISutter Corn Meal, pur busael Corn Hay, per T ' Lard liacon, Hides Shoulder Hums Feathers or, r.n ci(t?i-i 00 IXICO NIK) tiii nr 00(8 00 15 m 12 It 35 A Boy Again. 1'aiu and sickness bring on old age with fearful rapidity. They innko an incessant drain on the vital forces, and the weary steps and faded cheeks of age often comes when the enjoyment of life -should be at its highest. Dr. David Kennedy's "Favorite liemetiy" turns thin kind of old age into youth again. Headache, pains in the Limbs, troubles of the Liver, Bowels, or Kidneys vanish beforo it, nnd feeble men and women become like rollicking school boys and girls once more. One Dollar a bottle, either at your Druggists or from the Doctor, at ltondout, N. Y. He is a nod man who sleeps in church. Horse Notes. "I take pleasure in saving that when my horses were sick witii w hat was called lung fever, last Spring, I gave Simmons Liver Regulator (liquid) in one ounce doses, twice a day. They all recovered speedly. E. T. MlCIIENEll, 'Prop'r Micheuer's Express, Jeukiu- towu, l'a." 'I wish to state that a valuable borso of mine was taken with colic, and, after using in means available, tho thought struck me as 1 had no salts m the bouse to use Sim mons Liver Regulator. After giving about four ounces of it, in the lapse of a half hour he had an operation and waB cured. I think it valuable information to yourselves and stock raisers. Yours respectfully. . A 11ALLAND, Jessusville, (jtt. The transcendental idea of mar riage is that when the wife gets to be forty the husband ought to be able to change her for two twenties. Beware of Them. A good article that has achieved success. and attained a world-wide reputation by its true merits and wonderful results, is always imitated. Such is the case with Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs aud Colds. Already unprincipled parties are endeavoring to delude an unsus pecting public, by offering imitations of this most fortunato discovery. Do not be ceivetl, but insist on having the true remedy, and take no other. Tiial bottles free at hey belt ii Co.'s Drug Store. Large size .1.(MJ. We mourn because Eve did not tell the serpent, "Not this Eve, some other Eve." Going to His Grave. There he goes again direct to a saloon aud pours down another heavy draught of strong drink, not so much becauso his ap petite, demands it, but for the artificial buoyancy it produces tho after effects of hieh leave him more miserable than be fore; it is this dreadful practice that is daily sending thousands to their graves. A remedy for all this is fouud in the true frientl of temperance, the best and purest of all medicines, Electric Bitters. Sold by Soybert & Co. at BU cents. Russia is alarmed at the Siberian plague. Ayer's Ague Cure should be in every household in regions where Fever and Ague prevail. It should be taken as a preventive by every resident and traveller in malarial districts. The uncle of the King of Corea has seized the throne. The General('s) Experience. Perusing a recent copy of the Chicago TimrH, we observed the following state ment from (ieul. Leib, of the Chicago Democrat : "St. Jacobs Oil iH the remedy for rheumatism aud neuralgia, without any manner of doubt; aud peoplo who sutler from these diseases ought to be made ac quainted with that fact. Whenever I had occasion to use the Oil I found it all its proprietors claim for it. A precocious Illinois engineer is a grandfather at the age of 34. The Prince of remedies for rheumatism is St. Jacobs Oil. We liavo seen it tried, and great results accomplished. Hunting tun (Vit.J Vtmocrat. Nervousness. moment there danger of impair ment of the mind from excessive nervous exhaustion, or where there exists forebod ings of evil, a desire for solitude, shunning and avoiding company, vertigo and ner vous debility, or when iusanity lias already taken place, Peruua and Manaliu should be implicitly relied ou. But it is never well to wait so long boforo treatment is com menced. The early symptoms are loss of strength, softness of the muscles, dim or weak sight, peculiar expression of the face and eyes, coated tongue, with impaired di gestion ; or in others, certain powers only are lost, while they are otherwise enjoying comparatively gooc! health. In all these Peruua and JIuualia should at once be takeu. Two companies of German astron omers will be stationed in the United States to observe the transit of Venus. Railroaders' Relief. That most comfortable Ticket Oilieo, 187 West street, New Y'ork, is presided over by Mr. C. V. V. Ward, who thus addressed one of our representatives recently : "Some months ago I had rheumatism in my right arm, aud was unable to raise it. I was ad vised by a friend to UhO St. Jacobs Oil. I did so, nnd before the second bottle had been exhausted my arm was perfectly well. Hrooklyn Eagle. The Times-Sar thinks there are encouraging evidences of educational progress when one man kills another about the definition of a word. How To Secure Health. It is strange any one will suffer from de rangements brought on by impure blood, when Scovill's Sarsaparilla and Stillingia, or Blood aud Liver Syrup, will restore health to the physical organization. It is a strengthening syrup, pleasant to take, and the Best Blood Purifier ever discovered, curing Scrofula, Syphilitic disorders, Weak ness of tho Kidneys, Erysipelas, Malaria, Nervous disorders, Debility, Bilious com plaints and Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys, Stomach, Skin, etc. The Sidney, O., Journal says it is "brains against entrails" in the Fourth district. The Fruits of Merit. Co. Please send mo a lot of your books on the "Ills of Life." I sell a great deal of your Pernna and Mana liu. They are very highly spoken of in this part of the country. F. II. Bushman, P. M., Westford, Pa. IharSir: I havo taken half a dozen bottles of your Peruua anil find it is doing me great good. Yours truly, James Wyatt, Steubenvillo, Ohio. In the .court room at Knoxville, Tenn., two prisoners, father and son, named Lusby, were shot by the pros ecuting witnesses, father and son, named Mabry. A Fisher Caught. my trip to States," Arthur F'iHhcr, of this paper, "I caught a very bad cold which settled into a severe caso of rheumatism. I did not know what to do for it, so I resolved to purchase St. Jacobs Oil for trial. Happy thought. I begau applying the Oil, und in two weeks was as well as ever. Toronto Canada) Ulobe. Mr. Thurman is farmiliarizing New Yorkers with his red bandana by hovering around contiguous seaside reserts. A Word for Doubters. H. N. Wahneh it Co.: Sin Your Safo Kidney and Liver (.'lire has cured me of severe kidney complaint. Itefer ull doubt ers to ni6 ; I can convince them. Joan DOYLE. Baker's Puiu PauaccU cures pain in Muu and Beast. TAYLORSVILLE. The. hile rains are hrin;;in the eorn out tvonderf tilly. The wheat yii ld heir it meeting the farmers mosi sanguine exiieetations. John Nhilts is doing an immense husinesH in his Houring mill now. !r. Holier! I'unly. of Admin county, vvjih here last week visiting rrlittivm anil looking for a location. 1h it ensier to Htenl Mr. Wm. Hiding's sweet potatoes than to raise them? One would-he rt spectahle family seem to think so. A little child of Frank Fender'H died Thurs day night, from Ihc etVects of a scald received Tuesday. The parents have the sympathy of the community in their ntllirtion. Fxi'd-smit. MARSHALL. Miss ITrtttio F.lls. of Oxford, Ohio, 1ms been visiting her hrother, Charley F.lls, south of town. Miss lvile Milbnrn attiidnd the Teaehoi-s, Institute at Vs'avorly, Ohio. Miss Carrie Tudor, of Cincinnati, ia visiting Mrs. Darlington, at the parsonage. The new school house is going up at this place. I.aura Oregg, of Hainshoro, who lias heen giving music lessons here, iH giving her schol ars a vacation. She is now at the Adnms County Mineral Springs for the benefit of her henlth. Miss lluttie Frump is sis-nding the anmnier at the Mineral Springs. Mr, C. G, Wise is teaching a singing class here. Mr. Fred. Ueyshore. of Paulding, Ohio, who has been visiting friends hero, returned home. WINCHESTER. Our Institute closed and our teachers ai-p at home. , Mrs. Mm v Sle.'ii. tif Xenia, Ohio, is visiting friends in this vicinity. Misses Nellie and Cora Iledkev. daughters of Commissioner lteill;ey, have returned home from a wet k visit at j. T. Be fridge's. Mr. I'. H. I.yle. of near Greentielii, is visiting in neighboring vicinities. Mr. .lames Sharp lias bought half of Mr. Clark's huckster wagon and will run the same lit re after Mr. Sam Long and A. Havens have dissolcd partner, hip in the grocery business, Mr. Long going with Joseph liothrock to Cin cinnati as partner in a wholesale store; Mr. Havens continuing in business here. Varien A Son opened a new clothing and dry goods store here the ltllh inst. Mr. Diinlap bought a cow from W. It. Palm er, which proved to much for the boys. They got the animal to town, hut here it broke back, got mad and gave some fellows fun, to get out of his way, who were gathering berries. Ourwor thy drover thought he could drive it but failed, so concluding he would put an end to this he let the dogs worry it to death. (j umioKVMHMiii iff i fwi.-Bjr i mti: 'm"t HOUSEHOLD IVOIMiS. j Si"J m i.. 'I l.icr 'ei-ii'! fr.r. r- k- Yi - ij ( r.'i'ip -t uie , .-.i,'t. n w i .,,1- . ! In :j.:tt'! .'.'S Is InfuliiLIf. tttv ' :( 111 IlIi-I.U'V. limJrsMniiM tr f. p f j - f .1 pniM-its, uecd i'MtUNA." t'hi. k hp, juin In tho lu ll;..t - s iinil h.wr-pinis, aUc !'i;iu'n,." t. '1 m-iM ;i'M stiii ly en r t..oic t n tl,n 4 liNi f 9 i ; '! I.i' f..l t.wlts t-;n htns'S :ml be hurpv. 5' I "ti'l b.-iiitv. MVeet bi:':ith. fh.Tivli-.s :m nsv i !'.". t'i!,c 1'! !-Tv h--r-.ro -n-h i' "i ' n i '-tii .i'if i i. .. i voik iii S.G 3 ininy, (U'-e.iM-H or Oif I I v.-r nn- K b n IS, fi'i! "IH.K'f I. ill', " S. I!. Iliiri'inii A i " I OMM.rn. 'id", pmiirletors. 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UAH1IR MJLU1C1M CO., 213 N. MAIN ST., ST. LOUIS jyKlyltiM'nnn mm i To Reduce Stock Before Going to New York for New Goods. u-31-1 J. II. IIIESTAND. The FARMER'S ANALYSIS Always CORRECT. BUSHELS, Mot Chemists' Values. Soil Test is the Only Test of the Value of Manures. READ THE STATEMENT OF FACTS. WiNcm:HTi;n, Auajis Couxty, Ohio, June 20, 1882. NORTHWESTERS FERTILIZING CO., CHICAGO ; Gkxti.f.mex : I bought of your agents, Miller h Young, last fall, some of your Garden City Phosphate and National lione Dust, and used them by side of other standard" brands and can see no difference. ' Very truly yourH, (Signed) A. H. ALEXANDER. TuANymijTY, Ohio, June l'Jth, 1882 0nTIIWF.RTEIlN FERTILIZING fO CHICAGO : ' Gkntlemks : I have used your Roods by all standard brands Bold in this section and consider them an giHid as any. Respectfully yours, ' (.Signed), - D. S. McCkeioht. Winchester, Adams County, Ohio, June 24, 1882. NORTHWESTERN FERTILIZING CO., CHICAOO: Gentlemen This is to certify that I have been an unbeliever in tho use of Fertilizers until last fall, when I bought of Miller A Young some of your National Bone Dust, and I can say, I have tho best Held of wheat from it I havo ever had in my life. I cannot recommend your goods too highly. Yours truly, (Signed), ADAM HERWIG. Winchester, Adams County, Ohio, Juno 20, 1882. NORTHWESTERN FERTILIZING CO., CHICAGO : Gentlemen : I used some of your goods two years ago, by the side of other brands at advanced prices, and could see no difference in results. Verytriily, (Signed), B. K. SWEARENGEN. GARDEN CITY SUPER-PHOSPHATE FJATIOfJAL BOFJE DUST, FINE RAW BONE, DISSOLVED BONE. These Goods are Unsurpassed in Quality and stand Without a Rival. PRICE LOW. STANDARD HIGH. EVERY BAG GUARANTEED BY ANALYSIS. SALES FOR 1001, 70,000 TONS. MANUFACTURED BY NORTH-WESTERN FERTILIZING CO., Chicago, Ills. OB SALE 23 "Y" W. COPES, Agent au23w4 , YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY BUYING YOUR - - A.T - COWMAN & GROVE'S, At the OLD MILLER STAND, North High Street, opposite the Court House, The Highest Price paid in CASH for COUNTRY PRODUCE. Goods Delivered Free to all Connection. IIillsuouo, Ohio, July 19, 1HK2. Drugs, Paints, Brushes, Dyestufts. STATIONERY, Window Glass, Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines, QUIHDJ BROTHERS, ' Drvi-ists, North High St., HILLSBORO. sel8 A mmhlnnHnn of 7Vr torittrof iron, VriWofl ttnrknnet flnihnruin fit pnintnhlP fnrtn. 'lit iotihf prrpttrrttinn nflnyn that ii-) tifif hhtrhr-n the tr'fth,mn churttrl tri t i enf nthrr iff in jrr iornfittnn. I IhV ' b. ifiv l- HlT, IIM'i In MM ' pl t b-lli f 111 tin- r-nl! Mi 't I Mi. II U I h Ho Iniiinl a J'roIt;t ninlr 1I npn . I " n't i'Ih , nnd nn hn , ii ni If h; i li if w timlt'i Mil niri'i, Tt'TiM - .lv I , In my (mid nt hb Hbiiiiis h:tvt' vb-libil to thl fit'-at ami Hm din par. ny iron iin pftriitlon nnidt. 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Sore Throat, Asthma, Croup, and Ca turrh, the effects o( Ayfk's Chfbrv Pbc toiial are magical, and multitudes aro an nually preserved from serious illness by its timely aud faithful use. It should he kept at hand in every household for the pro tection it affords in sudden attacks. In Whooping-cough and Consumption there is no other remedy so etlkacious, soothing, and helpful, I.ow prices are inducements to try some of the many mixtures, or syrups, made of cheap and ineffective ingredients, now offered, which, as they contain no curative qualities, can aflonl only temporary relief, and are sure to deceive ami disappoint the patient, lliseases of the throat and lungs oemaud active and effective treatment; and it is dan gerous experimenting with unknown and cheap medicines, from the great liability that these diseases may, while so trirled with, become deeply seatetl or incurable. Use Avkk's Chkrky Pkctorai,, and yon may confidently expect the best results. It is a standard medical preparation, of known and acknowledged curativo power, and is as cheap as its careful preparation and fine ingredients will allow. Eminent physicians, knowing its coui position, prescribe it in their practice. The test of half a century has proven its absolute certainty to cure all pul monary complaints not already beyond the reach of human aid. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Mais. OLD BI ALL DHUOUISTS IVER7WBIRI, novluyl Assignee's Sale of Real Estate. In pursuance of the order of tho Probato Court of Highland County, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at public auction, on Saturday, the 23d day of Heptcmlier, A. I). 1882, at one o'clock p. M., at the door of the Court House, in Hillsboro, Ohio, the following described real estate, situate in the county of Highland, and Htato of Ohio, and township of Marshall, to-wit : Beginning at a point in the Hainshoro ami Marshall road in the south line of B. E. Newell's 16-acre tract of land, and 8. 8(1 deg., E. 25 2-10 piles from a stone the 8. W. corner thereof, running thence 8. 314 deg., W. 3t poles to a corner north of a branch; thence 8. 57 deg., east 50 7-10 poles to a corner of A. Sams' land: thence with a' line thereof N. 45J4 deg., E. 29 64-100 poles, cross ing the Itocky fork of Paint creek, to a stone on the north bank thereof; thence up said creek, N. 47 deg., W. 28 82-100 poles to a cedar, corner to 8. E. Newell: thence with his line and the center of the Itainsboro and Marshall road, crossing said creek through the britlge, 8. 29 deg., W. If) poles; thence continuing with said Newell's line, 8. 81 deg., W. 24 poles; N. 6(i deg., W. 5 ploes; N. 25 deg., W. 18 8-10 poles to said road; thence with the road N. 80 deg,, W. 6 6-10 poles to the beginning, containing 10 acres and 112 poles of land, more or less. Also, the following : Beginning at a stone, the south west corner of 8. E. Newell's 16 acre tract of land in the edgo of the Itainsboro and Marshall road; running thence with said road 8. 81 deg., E. 25 2-10 poles to a corner in the center thereof, in said line; thence 8. 8$ deg., W. 84 poles to a corner, the north side of a branch; thence 8. K7)tf deg., E. 50 7-10 poles to a corner of A. Sams' land; thence with a line thereof 8. 5 deg., E. 18 poles to a corner in the northern lino of tho land of tho heirs of James Bkeen, deceased, and line of the survey of which this is a part; thence with said line N. 87i dig., W. 78 2-5 poles to a cherry tree (stump) the 8. W. corner of said survev; thence with the western line thereof N. deg., E. 54 8-10 poles to the beginning, containing 14 acres of land, more or less. All of the above appraised at i840.00. Also the following described real estate : Be ginning at a Cherry tree, the south-east corner of the survey of which this is a part No. 25iS3, and corner to N. N. Dclaplane and James Sheen; running thence with the west line of said sur vey N. 2!,; deg., E. 54 6-10 poles to a atone in said line on the North margin of a county road and 8. W. comer to 8. E. Newell's -lfi-acre tract; thence with said road and a line of Thomas Metlsker's land S. 6i;,' deg, W. 45 poles to a stone in the North side of the road ; thence 8. V4 deg, W. 1 poleto tho center of said; road thence S.80W deg., W.23 poles, with the center of said road and John Tenner's line to a stone ; thence continuing with said road and line 8. 9 di g., K. 29 56-100 poles to a stone in the oriy. inal line of said survey; thence with saitl line 89 di g., K. G5,Sj ikiIcs to the lieginning, t,,"l taming 17 acres ami 45 poles of land, more or less. Appraised at fcii-Jl. Terms of sale : One-third cash in lis nil- one third in one year, and one-third in two years from day of sale, the deferred payme-iita to bear interest from the day of sale, and to, be secured by mortgage ou the premises sold, , . . Cvurs Newbv, Assignee in trust for the benellt of creditors of Wm. C. Newell. August 21st, 1882. aug2dw5 30 Farms in Nebraska AND 30 Houses & Lots In LINCOLN, NEliltASKA, for sale, at the LAW OFFICE OF ROSS & RANDALL. ALSO 20.000 ACRES of WILD LAND I would be pleased to aell any of my old Highland county friends, a,,y or all of this property, Let me know nomuch youwl" uU lespoctfully, OLIN J. ftOriH, au'!"13 Lincoln, Neb. J. Z. FOULK, Artistic Photographef rtl.'MT wnnir txt mitn . i,i i.; A- ' iuCl '""Mi " llcasona Die 1 1 ices. Oive me a call before orderm. ,pp----p 0ALLEUY ll"rpMII ni UlUJlij UIOC.'S West Main Street, HILLSBORO, - - OHIO. April 13, '82m6 School Examiners. THE Board of SehoolEianiinnrsof Highland county give notice, that eiaminatious of Applicants for Certificates will take place iu the IJillnU.ro Union Kdiool building on the first Saturday of every month, and on the third Kat nrtiuv or fi'i-l.riih.-u t. 1. .....o .... ..-. j, it, August,, oep- tcmher and October. The Examination fee prescribed by law is 6'J cents. By or.ler of the hoard. au24yl LErtW MclUBDEN, Chirk BOYS and C!RLS,?'1"i"''l,,,M'lto".t ..u Iutiea is Miami Vau.k Coi.i.tot, 8i.i-iugu.it,, iV Vf rTHFI7T?Y tl w, uliiu i us uaiUiOL'llH- I . ... I . t, i.