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ilULU trJSilU TRADEDMARK. Alvnli'lrhl 'rum Ojii'ifrj, i.im 'in fiii'l 'imsoh. p rr SAFE. J. rt , , aunt- VirvjLo. PROMPT. &rl$J) I UK I M Mil M .1. Ui. I l,f II 111.. B II Tl Hdll K. Nil. jiicoiis p : III.; 1 sTr. - THE GREAT -p. jei r.iui rni.t For Pain!? C'ln s Piieufr.ltism. Ncuralqia, MrncU. I... lii..lhctn.. km i . t ! r f r i ;- I iMI r.l. i lis .tl iui.i.m A. iih.i:: ui in. .!...., in. Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. IS l'l'I'.Ml ANCK of an irdir uf tlie Fruuate Court of Highland CountT. ihn, I will viU'T for salt at public auction, on Saturday, tlic iOlli day of March. A. I). lSMi, A t 1 o'clock p. in., at the door of tho Cnrt limine in Hillsborough, Obio, tho iollowui it- Hcribcd roai Cytale, tomato in the county of Highland, and State of Ohio, to-wit: Hrst Trsi't Situate in the county of High land, and State of Ohio, to-wit : being part ol (iili's survey. No. 2Vt"2, and bounded and de scribed an follow : Beginning at a stone in the east edge of tho New Market and Fairfax road and corner to .Tallies Van Winkle: thenct with biii line S. 7'.t degrees, K Ills 4 poles to a stone, another rorner to Van Winkle; theneo N. j dep.. F. 22 poles to a atone, corner to silaa Sandern in YanW inkle's line: thence will. SiIhh Sanders' line S. 77 dep., E. U!l 7 pules to a stone, another ('(irner to Silaa Sanders and in Oliver Sanders' line; thence with Oliver San dera' line S. li deg., W. 3U 2 polea to a hick ory, corner to Oliver Sanders: thence with an other of Oliver Sandora' lines S. 7fi (leg.. E. 2 poleB to a atone, another of Oliver Sandera' lines S. 14,' dep., V. 157. H polea to a whiteoak in the road, another corner to Oliver Sander and in I. ,". Fmrie's line; thence with the road and l. I. Knirie's line, panning hia cor ner, N. deg , W. 101.4 poles to a Btone. corner to 1. ' Heard : thence with Beard's line N. lo (let- , E polca to a stone, another cor ner to Heard ; thence with another of Heard's linen N 2V , def;.. VY. 24 3 poles to a ptont another corner to Beard: thence with another of Beard's linen, N. 1:1 del;., E. polea to a si oie, another corner to Beard, thence with uu ither of Beard a liriea N. 77:3 defi.. W. yo.6 poles to a atone, another corner to Beard: tlieie'e S. l.V! di K-. W'. :!J :i polert to a stone, i! n 'l her corner to Beard and cor ner to Authonv II' Isidiier: thence with H li'ehi' i'i' line N. 77si (h-;;., V. ;12,1I polda to ft stone, corner to Jhuii-i .iiiWinkle in Helachier'H line: thence with VwnWinUle'a line N l:l dee,., K. Iil .1 polea to the bcKiunillK, containing l.'il acres and 94 Voiea of laml, more or ki-s. Appraised at l.'IO.ti. . eond Tract Situate in the same county an ! State, ami beinnin at a stone m the south lino of John Mct'onnanhey's tract ot land: thtnee with his lint: N. 77 -j dt., vY. 57 po.t s to a double whitioak, Mc(Joniiatlt;!iey's s. A', corner ."MorKiin M. Barrere's S. E. corner and .lames YaiiVYinlJo's N. l corner: thence with .lau.is N'anU'inkie's line S. IH (h- , VY, 10 poles to a alone N Y. comer to John Yan Vinkle: thence with his line S. 77 't dep., E, to a atone corner to Mrs. SiUs Sanders: thenci with her line N. 15 dep., E. 10 poles, to thi bciinnMip. containing .'i acri s nnd It'1,! p.'Ios of 1 1 n I, mo: e or U ss. .Vppraised at ?l."i o,'l. I loirth Tract---Situate i:i ti.e same county and State, mid bi LTinnnip i:t a srone in the soutl; td,-e of the New Marlo-t and Chillicothe mad and in the cast edpe of tie- town of New .Market: thence S. 11 ; .; dip.. Y. lit poles to a white walnut in the north eilpeof the New Market and I'airiax r"i'.i: Ihince with said ro;.d S. oil dep.. I'. 7.7 pol, s to a stone in the north eiipe of said road; tin nee w ith said road s. 77; j dip.. E. 32.4 poll s to a .tunc in the! north t-dpe of said rotol: i.'m nee N. 17 Adep., 1 . 47 j poles to a stone N S'. coiiii r to Byron i Murphy s tract of land; thence wi:h bis line S. : 7s , dep , 1.. 4'i.7 p '!es to a stone. N. V.. comer i to said Murphy m M M Bariert :'s line; thence ' v.nh Barrere's iine N. 1"i:j dep., E. 71 poles to ' a stone in the si-nth edpe ui New Market and I Chillicothe rond nnd N. Y . corner to Barrere; ' thence with said roa 1. in the south edpe there of. N. 7S:., (P p., W. t!t poles to (he bepinuinp, containinp 54 acres and r poles of land, more or less. Also 110 poles oil the east end of out Jot No fin, and MS7 8 poles olf the east end of out-lot No. 31, as designated on the recorded plat of the Y'nlape of New Market, Appraised. Btibjeot lo the (iowor of Anna E. .uci.ounatipiiey, at TihU.no. i Also the followinp out-lots in the aid town of New Market, viz ; Out-lot No. 20, appraiaed at t75.uil; Out-lot No. 21, appraised at 73 W). Also 3111) poles off of the weBt end of j No , 10, appraised at sSo.uo, and 112pnleioft! of the west end of No. 31, appraised at ItiO.OO. I The fourth tract alsive described is set oft to j the said Anna E. Md'oiinauphey. widow of the j said David McConnauphey, dee'd, as and for! her dower interest in all of theabove described i real estate, and will be sold subject to inch i dower interest. I The remainder of said real eatate will be sold I free of dower. Terms of Sale One-third cash in band, one- I third in one year, and one-third in two yeara from day of sale, with interest; the deferred payment! to be secured bv mortgage upon the 1 premises aold. Ansa E Mr.'o.sArciiiF.Y. Adm'rx of the estate of David MeCon- Iiauphey. deceased. February 4th, lssi;. t5 Sihnk. Neki o: Mohiiow, Attorneys. ' I I Sale of Eonds. SEALED ritOrOSAI.S for the sale of Twenty Ave hundred dollars (12500) of the bonds of the New Petersburg and Clear Creek Free Turnpike No. 53. will be received at the office of the County Auditor in Hills boro. Ohio, until YWlnesday, the 17tli day of .March, lssi',, at 1 o'clock p. in. Said bondi are dated the 15th day of March, 1836, and bear interest at the rate of six per cent., pavabie seuii-aiinualiy. and are issued by authority of Section 4lU8, of the Eeviau.l Statutes of Ohio lor l33ii. pape 1173, and acts amendatory thereto, and are described aa follows : Nos. 1, 2. 3, 4. 0, 6, 7. and 8 for 3o0 each, i aeh having coupons attached as follows : No. 1 for T3.25, due Sept. 1st. I3s(i. No. 2 for 'J 0U, due March 1st. I3h7. No. 3 for a oo, due Sept. 1st, 1887. No. 4 for !l 00. due March 1st, lssij. No. 5 for 'J uo. due Sept. Ut, lsss., and six months interest due with each bond 1st dav of March. lss:i. No. 9 for til), and having coupons attached a.. followB : 1 for il i.i, due Sept. 1st. 186. 2 for 3.IKI, due March 1st. 137. . 3 for 3 bo, due Sept, 1st, I3s7. . 4 'or 3 (ill, duo March 1st. 18s8. i for .'1 00, due Si lit. lsl. lsru. and six mouths interest duo Willi bond 1st dav uf March. Ish.i. said bonds will be sold to the highest bidder, and for not less than the face theieof, with anv interest that may have accrued thereon, and the privilege is hereby reserved of reject ing any or all bids. Joslll a HAri llKli, J so. F. lIKi u I'KI., J oin W. Bakiih r. Commissioners of New Ivieisburg and Clear Creek Free Turnpike No. 53. fub24-4t So. No. No SCHOOL EXAMINERS. rriiiK Hoar'! of Ki'liml FxainincrHof Highland 1 enmity Kive liuurr, mat eiiuimmtn ma o Applifunth f"i ( V-riuii at. h wil! take jlHccin the iiiiUt'oro ( ii m N-Jihi1 UnMiiitf ,,n tin- firMl hatitrttiiy of vi-ry month, unl on the thini Nt uttUy of J-Vbnihi y, Mnn h, April, AiiK'iM, ISep ti-niU-r an t h'toiwr. 'i he i.xainii:ati(n fee Iirtieierthfcii hy lttw in iJ eunlH. hy order of the hoard. uuJ:lyl i:. (. SMITH, ('Ink. 11 CANK Bec.tiipts bound iu neat bin ks of lou to buok, at 25 cents per hook, at NEWS oh KiCE No. 33. nKCK.irrs. llalano, in Fund Ans. 2S. 1N4 """" "'f,HM T..UI reipt. UnUmu ill I'lnul Aug. 2ti, lHI ('.ii:ei'li"n of iltiplu-ata of 1KM Ti.hil leceipts EXTKNOITl'liKS. niil ( onltri ami redemption of bonds Tl'5 67 1.W.3 OH lUlsnc.i'in Fund Aur. 2!. l.W. No. 34. i:i:cr.irr. vn or, 1 I!alam-a In Fund An. 2!. mi No. 35. balance iu Fund Ann. ill. 1KM . CoiU-ctiun of diiplirste if 1MM4. liECKHT.S. 4..W7 7H 4,B1 25 Total receipts EXrKXPlTUKKS. Paid ou orders and redemptiou of bondi Balance in Fund Aug. 2!(, 1K85 No. 37. l'.KCKIFTS. Balance in Fund Aup. 2ij, ins 4 Collection of duplicate of 1KH4 Total receipt! KXrKNPITUKKS. Paid on orders and redemption of bondi 4.2'J9 41 5,1N) 18 Balance in Fund Aug. 2!P, 18H5.. No. 38. UKCEHTS. Balance in Fund Aug 2(i, 1HH4 .' Collection of duplicate of 1h4 Total receipta EXPKSPITURKS. l'aid on orders and redemption of piae receipt! Balance in l'und Aug. 2f, 188f No. 40. Collection of duplicate of 1SH4. . . Paid in by pike commissioners. . . . 3il3 22 453 85 KECK! ITS. Total receipt!. EXrENDlTTKES. Fund overpaid Aug. 2(1, 1H84 Paid on order! and redemption of bonds. Total overpayment and expenditures. Fund overpaid Aug. 2u, 1R85. No. 42. RECEIPTS. Balance in Fund Aug. 28, 1S84.. Collection of duplicate of 1884. 1.S33 4 1SH3 C5 822 311 1,060 t'J 21 73 1,536 20 Total receipt! EXPENDITURES. Taid on order! and redemption of bond! Balance in Fund Aug 2!t, 1885 No. 44. RECEIPTS. Balance in Fund Aug. 20, 138-1 t.olltctiou of duplicate of 1384 328 63 1,180 86 Total receipt! EXPENDITURES. Paid on orders and redemption of bond! Fund overpaid Aug. 29. 18813 No. 45. RECEIPTS. lialanee in Fund Aug. 2H, 1384 Collection of duplicate of 1834 Paid in by pike commissioner! Total receipta expenditures;. Paid ou orden and redemption of bondi Balance in Fund Aug. 21), 1S85 No. 40. Balance in Fund Anp. 2(!, 18m4 Collection of duplicate of 1884 1,154 !1 1,864 71 82 71 RECEIPTS. 8 SO 2.523 62 Total receipts EXPENDITURES. Paid on orders and redemption bonds Balance in Fund Aug. 2!i, 1885 No. 47. RECEIPTS. Balance in Fund Aug. 2(1. 1884. Collection of duplicate of 1884. . 10 74 449 9 Total receipts EXPENDITURES. Paid on orders and redemption jf bonds Balance in Fund Aug. 2f, 3835 No. 48. RECEIITS. Balance in Fnnd Aug. 26. 1334 Collection of duplicate of 1334 Total receipts EXPENDITURES. Taid on orders and redemption of bonds Fund overpaid Aug. 2H, 1885 No. 40. RECEIPTS. Balance in Fund Aug. '26, 1884 Collection of duplicate of 1834 Total receipts EXPENDITURES. Baid on orders and i edemptiou of bonde 351 4u 1,K13 21 RECEIPTS. Balance in Fond Aug. 211, 1885. No. 50. Balance in Fund Aug. 26, 1884 Collection of duplicate of 1H81 Total receipts EXPENDITURES. Paid on orders and redemption of bonds Fund overpaid Alio;, ill, 1885 No. 51. Collection of duplicate of 1884 785 70 1,925 69 RECEIPTS. EXPENDITURES. Fund overpaid Aug. 26. 18m Paid ou orders and redemption of bunds. . . . Total overpayment and expenditure Fuud overpaid .tig. 29, 1885 No. 52. RECEIPTS. Balance in Fund tug. 26, 184 Collection of duplicate of 13,34.. . Total receip', Paid ou orders . . 85 82 2,WU 20 365 .1 563 42 EXPENDITURES. 'j:eceiit. Balance ,'ji Fund Aug. 29, 1S85. . . No. 53. Balance io Fund Aim. 2il. 18m4 CoHectu.n of dupllcaw of l34 Subscriptions Ti.tal ie, eiita EXP ENDITUKES. I'aid on order! and redemptiou of bonds iaiauce in Fund Aug. 2, 185 No. 54. RHCEIPTS. Balance in Fund Aug. 26, 1884 Collection of Duplicate , Total receipts EXPENDITURES, l aid on ordeis and tedemption cf bom's Balauce ii Fund Aug. 29, 1835 No. 55. REC 3-1 PTS. Collection of duplicate of 1884 : EX PEN I'lTURKS. l'aid ou order! and jeilniptiun of bondi 2.075 6 4 SO0 U 1,339 W) 2.6M 75 2.549 71 109 04 1,712 24 "88 02 9.4ft( M 2,7H 11 926 22 9,139 03 7,648 57 1.640 46 9,459 59 3,842 36 5,617 23 757 07 651 85 105 22 1,730 14 2,483 08 752 94 1,557 93 1,303 46 254 47 1,514 S9 1,681 84 ! 167 45 3,102 S3 1.957 81 1,144 52 2,612 52 1,999 96 612 56 460 73 I 397 11 63 63 84 05 993 00 1,077 05 1,357 42 280 37 2,264 67 1,850 73 413 94 2,711 39 2,867 72 156 33 2,357 44 8,006 12 618 68 919 05 C28 14 290 91 7, 715 07 4,174 61 3,540 46 5,182 75 4,011 7 1,170 1K5 1,116 71 No. 56. RECEIPTS. Collection of duplicate of 1831 EXPENDITURES. Paid (n order! and redernptimi of bonds l' .nd ovetpvd Aug. 2!), 1S35 No. 57. . RECEIPTS. Collect inn of duplicate of 1831 EXPENDITURES. Paid on orders and redemption of bond! Fund overpaid Aug. 29, 1885 No. 68. RECEIPTS. Collection of duplicate of 1834 EXPENDITURES. Paid on orders and redemption of pike receipts Balance in Fund Aug. 29, i885 No. 59. RECEIPTS. Collection of duplicate of 18s4 EXPENDITURES. Taid ou orders sml redemption of pike receipts Balance in Fund Aug. 29, 1885 No. 60. RECEIPTS. Collection of duplicate of 1384 263 41 Paid in by pike commissioners 20 50 Total receipts EXPENDITURES. Paid on orders and redemption of bonds Balance in Fund Aug. 29, 1885 Road Improvements. Roads Nob. 16 and 17. RECEIPTS. Balance in Fund Aug. 26, 1884 EXPENDITURES. Taid on orders and redemption of bonds Balance in Fund Aug. 29, 1885 Road No. 18. RECEIPTS. Balance in Fund Aug. 26, 1884 Collection of duplicate of 1884 Total receipts EXPENDITURES. Paid on orders and redemption of bonds Balance in Fund Aug. 29, 1885 Road No. 10. RECEIPTS. 1.549 05 2.18.3 35 I-.38 70 53.1 53 603 30 19 77 3,493 36 3,382 25 111 11 784 99 735 50 P) 49 283 91 244 45 39 46 Ti day It are No on so 3,498 70 563 91 Balance in Fund Aug. 26, 1S84. Collection of duplicate of 1884. 1,118 56 1,557 60 Total receipts EXPENDITURES. Paid on orders and redemptiou of bonds 1.615 27 523 45 1,091 82 4,067 01 2,964 28 1,103 33 2.676 16 1,501 80 Balance in l'und Aug. 29, 1885. Road No. 20. RECEIPTS. Collection of duplicate of 1384. . Bale of bonds Total recoipts EXPENDITURES. I'aid on ordeis and redemption of bonds Balance in Fund Aug. 29, 1885 1,171 36 4,042 77 3,032 57 1,010 20 Condition of Funds August 29, 1885. County Infirmary Bridge Building Repair School Township Corporation Roads Redemption Teachers' Institute Dog Tax Special and Cemetery Special Bridge It I. Debt County Debt Free Turnpikes and Road Improvements... IIALANCEI. . 97 15 2,430 84 38.490 62 2,538 SI 13,861 09 23 86 81 93 14 01 365 91 156 44 86 02 9,658 48 605 55 21,472 11 OVKRPAVMKKT9. 4,706 GS 1.8M 41 2,212 71 of f 18 2,664 24 11,445 04 Balauce in Treasury August 29th, 1835 78,437 1 8 Total Amount of Receipts and Expenditures for the Year. Original amount of tax on duplicate of 1884 Subsequent additions and penalties Delinquent real estate tax 4.. Total Dednct delinquent tax of 1884 Treasurer's per cent " advertising delinquent list.. " tax refunded " tax remitted 21,465 00 3,100 22 15,965 07 Net col. of 1884 duplicate except delinquent chattels and dogs. . . Net col. of delinquent chattels. , Net col. of dog tax Net ool. of free turnpike and road improvement tax. Total tax of 1884 collected Received from sale of county bonds., 38,470 20 2,272 09 62 91 378 74 2,383 70 83,354 83 280,550 29 43,567 64 236,982 65 5,497 19 1,760 15 46,678 30 290,918 2 9 bridge bonds '20,027 41 road improvement bonds . special bridge bonds.. State school fund Advertising delinquent list Tax refunded Miscsllaneous Borrowed money Transfers 1,601 70 6,033 80 15,551 79 62 91 378 74 6,361 70 54,620 84 91.399 28 Total receipts Balance in Treasury August 26, 1884 Total receipts and balance Local expenditures and transfers as ner foregoing report Collection of duplicate of 1684 for Htata purposes 40,134 23 Balance in Treasury August 29, 1885 279,392 50 570.310 79 22,540 91 474,280 84 592,851 75 514,414 57 78,437 18 Bonded Indebtedness of the County exclusive of Local Free Turnpikes and Road Improvements. Bonds for deficiency in road imp't funds...'. " " accrued int. to Sep. 1, '85 " county " " " accrued int. to Bep. 1, '85 Bonds for Infirmary Free Turnpike and " " " " special bridges " " accrued int. to Sep. 1, '85 " Court-bouse improvement " " ...accrued int. to ijeD. 1. '85 bridges 27,700 00 " " accrneil int. to hep. 1, dj Respectfully submitted. Totil Aro't. Dus Sep. 1, '85 40.000 00 4,000 00 1.200 00 1,200 00 80 Oo0 00 2.3H6 40 2.386 40 1.339 00 1.339 00 2,500 00 9 58 8,000 00 1,000 00 90 00 90 00 27,700 00 2,100 00 631 00 531 00 158,905 98 12.C46 41 David Jackson C. P. fUKDsae, Isaac LaaaiK ComnuMiontri of Higblaud Jouuy, Ohio. In tho Matter of a Committee to Examine the Report of the Com missioners of Highland County for the Year Ending Autf unt 29, 1085. The rapcrt of th Coniuniiiioneri f HiKhUrul County, Ohio, for the jar ftudiijg Auguat 20, A. 1. 1Mb, hiT)in( bou bfirutofore liuul iu tho oftto of the Clark of this Court, to-wit : (Ju the lwt (Ut of bftoeuiUr, A. 1.1Hm5, this Hit came J. ri.Wor.tjy, and tvakrd tha Court to appoint a Couimittt to iUTiaUKftt0 and ttxaaiint taid report, with the laid Vronvcut.ua; Attoruep ; whereupon the Court appointed Henry A. hhepherd and L. U. Hmith to irivMlKt6 and eiaiuiua amid rt-port with the Mid l'roftecutiiiK Altoruey, with power to ubpctDa wititoaae to appear before them, at aucb tnuea and place aa they may direct, in accordance wilh law. The Btatb ok Ohio, ) I, Geo. W. Uoieu, Clerk of the Common l'aa Court within and for HiKhlaud County, aa. ) aaid county, iu whoae cmtiody the bllea, JouruaJa aud Keuorda of id Court are required hy tawa of the ht&te of Ohio to be kept, herehy certify that the fore'UiiK ia well taken aud truly copied from the Jourual of Uie prooeudinK of the a id Court wiibiu and for aaid county, aud that aaid foregoing copy haa boen compared by me with theoriKiual entry on and Journal, aud that the eaine la a correct trauaoript thereof. Is TrjrriMoNY Whkhkoit, 1 do hereunto auburn bo my uauie orhtnally and afllt the seal of . . , an id Court, at the Court llouee in liiliaboruUKU, in bah! county, this 7th Uy ol J bkal lJecember, A. l. lei&. Or.O. W. Ii01r..4. Clafk, ' 1 By E. L. Vi Ahrton, L)puty Clerk. Thia 1th day of January, A. I). lro, the aaid lient J A. Hhepberd aad L, H. Kcaitb appeared and took oath in du form uf law. E. L WAJ140.N, Uapoiy Cieik. a. a Report of Examining Committee. lion. Henry M. Ilngglns, Judge of the Court nf Common rieas of ll!a;ulam(l C ounty, Ohio : We, the undersigned, your committee to investigate and examine the report of the Oc.unty Commissioners for the year ending on the 29th of August, 188,", respectfully submit too follow ing report : We find that said report was not Bled in the office of the Cleik of the Court till the first, of December. It should have been filed on or before the third Monday in September. The sum transferred to 1 lie Cniintv Fund from the proceeds arising from the sale of tho "County Debt Honda" in given in said report at 5ft,629 81. It should be tri0,579 HI. The miscellaneous receipt! of the same fund are given at Hr12 87. The amount should be 500 87. The amount of tlie fineB and cos's collected during the vesr Is given at 12,403 49. It should be 2.410 49. The amount paid to mayors and Justices of the peace during the year1 is given at 4 57 80. should be 472 65 The amount paid to marshals and constables is given at 666 95 It should be f52 10. In tho statement of the receipts and expenditures for the vear the niiscellaneons receipts givnn at (i.S61 70 The amount should hi 16,357 11. The amount of the transfers is given at 91.399 28. Il should bo 91,403 87. VYe find that overpayments were made on the following orders: On order No. 212, B cents; on order No. 333, 2; on order No 365, 4' cents; on order No. 431, 20 cents; on order 747, 20 cents; 'jn order No. 700, 2: on ordei No 762, 75 cents; on order No .916, 20 cents; order No. 1020, i5; on order No. 1023, tl; on order No 1040, 23 cents. We find that there is still due on order No. 281,11 cent: on order No 453, 12 cents; on order No 622, 30 cents; on order No 1010, 5 cents; and on order No. 1406, tl. We find that the Commissioners have puid for the construction and repair nf the approaches or ways to bridges on free turnpikes improved roads, etc., when the cost of such construction or repair did not exceed 50. Section 861 of the Hevised Statutes provides that "when the cost of the construction or repair of the approaches or way to any such bridge does not exceed fifty dollars, such construction or repair shall tie done by the township trnstoes." We find that the Commissioners appropriated t45 for the payment of their expenses to the County Commissioners' Association at Columbus. The right of the Commissioners to make such an appropriation is at least questionable. We deem it our duty to urge on the Commissioners the necessity for a more thorough examination of the accounts of the Infirmary Directors. Section 967 of the Revised Htatutes provides that no item iu any such account shall be allowed "for which there is not a proper voucher." Hectiou 975 provides that such a voucher "ahall show the specific item or items allowed by the directors, or shall be accompanied by a written statement showing the items so allowed." We also deem it our duty to oall attention to the condition of the Infirmary l'und. In our opinion the gradual increase of the expenditures in the past may be taken as an indication of a gradual increase in the future unless some change is made in the management of tlie outdoor poor. It certainly is not necessary to expend upwards of 0.200 a year for the relief of the outdoor poor of this county $200 a month for the relief of the outdoor poor of Liberty town ship. Home change, we think, should be made, and at once, either by extending the facilities as to accommodate a greater number of poor at the County Infirmary, or by some other means that will tend to decrease the expense to the county of trie outdoor poor. HEN BY A. BKErilERD, L. 8. HMITII, J. 11. WOItEEY, Prosecuting Altornev. Committee. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. HIGHLAND COUNTY. Hillsboro. House of eleven ronsns, largo barn, two olsiems, all in good condition. House of ten rooms, never-falling spring, fine orchard and gArden, large pasture, suit able for dairy. Russell. House of five rooms, in good repair, l'iO. Farm lu Washington Tp., I'i7 acres, 00 Horea limber, good improvements, f 16 an acre. Farm In Washington Tp., 46 acres, 912 an acre. Farm in Rrushereek Tp., 0 acres, fair Im- rovemeuts.good orchard, :3 acresof timber, 7 an acre. Farm In Brushcreek- Tp., 161 acres (a part In Pike Co.) good improvements, Una orshard, 112 an acre. Farm in New Market Tp. .'10 Acres, good buildings, fine orchard, ail small fruits, t-'4 an acre. Cliutosi County. Farm In Clark Tp 210 acres, fair improve ment, $25 an acre. Adams Comity. Tract In Gresn Tp., '.'fifi acres, unimproved an acre. For sale on easy terms. M-niil 8. I'. SCOTT, Hillsboro, O. Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. IS rUH.SU ASCE or an order of the Trobati 'ourt of Highland county, Ohio, I will offer for nali at public auction, on Saturday, the 20th 1ay or March, 1SSC, At 1 o'clock p. ni., at tho door of tha Court Elouve in HilUboro, the following described real eetatn : 2COBTU DIVISION. Situate in Highland county, Ohio, and in Liberty township, part of Hukubb' narrey No. 2.820. bounded and described as followa, to-wit: Beginning at a atone on the aouth line of said tmrvey No. 2,320, and the north line of Calm or'a survey No. 3,029, at the northwest corner a tract of 161 acrea conveyed to Wm. A. NeUon by John M. Nelson on the 7th day of December, 1837 ; thence with said original lint 7G dog. W. 80 7-10 polea to a atone a. w. corner to a tract of 5H4 crea conveyed to naif Wm. A. Neltton by James and Margaret Pin n km by deed, dated June lwt, 1855 ; thenoe with a line of said tract N. 15 rieg. W. 14 polea to a atone, another corner to Baid tract : thence wit) another line thereof N. 8'Jtf deg. E. 133 3 10 poles to a stake on original corner to aaid trac on the east margin of the Hillsboro and Creamri Turnpike Koad, A polea north of the bndg. over a large branch, being also the a. w. cormi of a tract of IK acres and 22 polos of laud con veyed to fiaid Wm A. Nelson by Joseph Dodr by deed, dated October loth. 1840 ; thonce with the lines thereof N. 34 dt g. E. t!0 3-10 polea t atone ou the cant side of said turnpike road iu the middle of the Andereon State Koad ; thence with the center of said road N. 8y deg 73 poles to a atone in the middle of the Ha antha and Boston Ho ad, elm 28 8. 27 W. 32 luikn ; thence with another line of aaid tract S. 19 deg. K. 18,1, polea to a stone in a amai drain iu the northerly line of a tract of &4 acres, couveved to said Wm. A. Nelson by aau. Joseph Dodd, on said October 10th, 1849 : thence with said line N. E. 32 U' polea to a stone in said Boston road, n. e. corner to aaid 54-acre tract ; thence with said road and tut-astern line of aaid tract of 20 acres conveyed to aaid Wm. A. Nelson by Wm. MoNicol on tin 8th day of November, 1845, 8. 17, dvg. E. 109 polea to a stone at or near the southeast corner of said tract of 20 acres, whiteoak, 42 8. 62 W S3 links iu the original line of aaid Hughe survey No. 2,320, and Cahner s survey 3,029; thence with said original line and the lines ot aaid tracts of 20 acres and 68' acres 8. 78 drg, W. 182'i polea to the place of beginning, con taining one hundred and fifty-two and three fourths acrea of land in aaid Hughes survey No. 2,320. Appraised at 930 per acre. SOUTH DIVISION. Situate in Highland county, Ohio, aud in the township of Liberty, part of Calmer'a aur vey No. 3,029, and part of Calmer'a aurvey No 2,586, on the watera of Clear Creek, bounded and described aa follows, to-wit ; Beginning a a atone in the north line of Calmer'a survey No. 8,029 aud the south line of Hughea' sur vey No. 2,32 , at the n. w. corner of a tract of 161 acres of land conveyed to said Wro. A. Nel son by John M. Nelson by deed, dated Decem ber 7th, 1837 ; thence with the original line of aaid Calmer'a aurvey No. 3,029 aud with the original line of said 161-acre tract, and th aouth liuea of the IMunket tract of 683 acre, aud the McNicol tract of 20 acrea, or ut-ar said lines, being a hue established for partition be tween the northern and southern aub-diviioui of the land of W. A. Nelson, late deceased on the 10th day of Dectmber. 1H85, N. 78 deg. H 1h2'V poles to a atoue, whiteoak 42 S. 62 W. 33 links in or near the original line of aaid survey No. 3,029, and in the Boston Koad, being the southeast corner of the north division of the said preminea of said Wm. A Nelson, deceased ; thence with said Boston Boad N. 83 deg. K. 19 poles to a stone at the northeaat coruer of aaid survey rio. o,U29, nurttiwest corner to Jouu Kcaine ; thence with aaid road aud the east hue of said aurvey No. 3.029 8. lftf deg. K. 30 3-10 poles to a stone, elm 14 8. &a- b. 2b links ; thence 8. 13 deg. E 60 polta to a alone aouth east corner to said survey No. 3,029, and north east corner to said Calmer'a survey No. 2,686; thence with the line of said survey No. 2,66 8. 22 deg. E. 9 poles to a atone aoulheast corner of a lot of two acrea of land conveyed to said Wm. A. Nelson by Marshall T. NeWon by deed, it a tod March 7th, 1802 : thence with a line thereof 8. 61?4' !( g. W. 71 7-10 poles to a stone northweat corner to James 8pruance, in the anginal aouth hue of said 161-acre tract, being the northeast corner of a tract of hit 4-lu0 acrea of land couveved to aaid Wm A. Nelaou by James W. Higiua by deed, dated February lHt, 1873 ; thence with a line of aaid tract 8. U'i deg. 9tn polta to a atoue southwest coruer to Jauiea hpruauce, in the hue of the heua ol Marnhall T Nelaou ; thence with said line 8. ti8 dtg. W. bt 2 poles to a stone northwest corner to the heirs of Marshall T. Nelson, in 'he line of Joshua iintclmr ; thence with aaid Hatcher's line N. 2!" d. W. C6.8 uulea to a stone northweat corner to aaid tract of oO 4-lu0 acite, aud soutuweet coruer to said lol-acre trct ; thence with the west line theruof N. 25 deg W. 69 2 10 polea to a atoue noriheaat coiner to said Joshua Hatcher and southeast coruer to li. L. Du-key, iu aaid Wm. A. Nelson'a line; thence with the western line of aaid 101-aor tract N. 22 1 dag W. 110 6-10 poles to the plce of beginning, containing two hundred aud eight (20) acres of land, of which 135 acrea are in survey No. 3,0'-'. and 73 acrea are in Cvluiera aurvey No. 2,&nt. Appraiaed at IB ptr acre. Ternia of Kale One-third cash in hand, one third iu one year aud one-third in two years from the day of aale, with interest, the defer red paynteuts to be tecured by mortgage upou preujiaea aold. LOCKHAhT NELSON, Administrator with the Mill Annexed of Wui A. Ncla'U, dctaed, Jliu aitoao, O., Et. 16, JHWi. SIIEIIIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. W. H Ore v. J. H. Black. Highland County Court of Common l'leaa. Caae No. 3.777. ORDER OF SALE JA ATTACHMENT. In pursuance of nn order Isaued from the Court of Common Pleat within and for ttie Comity of Highland and KtRtenf Ohio, made at the May term thereof A.I). 1884, and to me directed, I will ofler for nale at public auc tion at the door of the Court Houue, iu the tWD of Hillsboro, on Saturday, March 13th-, A. V. 1886, it 1:30 o'clock p. m. of aaid day, the follow ing described real efttnte, to wit: Beginning at a ntake near s hickory, corner to H. S. Foraker in the southern line f land runnlns thence with said Koraker'a eastern line a. e. 1-2 2 10 polea to a atone In northern line; thence with aaid line a. 8' e. 54 72-100 polea to a stake, the aouth aaterly corner of the original traotof which Hit ia a part and corner to Win. C.Barry's tract nf land; thence with a Hue of vald tract and Jhrhc Hlmpaon'a land n. 14u w ;18M poles, panning ixano Simpson's corner 103 o 10 poleH to a stone, corner a'. .-o.id Sitnn on'n in a line of land Hforrnaic ; theneo with said line a. 73 w. on 4-10 p; ih n t ne be ginning, containing forty-fou." (44) acres and 6 0 10 poles of laud luoreorltin A part of Mirvey No 3.0'U. Halo premises has been appraised at thlrty ' hre dollar per acre, and enn not sell for levHthau two-thlrdaof aild appralsemeut Terms of aale Caab on day of nale. H. C. DAWSON, HhertfT Highland County. Ohio. Hloane & Newby, Alt'ya. flO SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. Highland Case No. James M.John sou vs. Joseph Cox. Comity Court of Common I'leaa. ' ORDER OF SALE. In pursuance of an order Is-ned from the Court of Common I'leaa within and for the County of Hlghluud and State nf Ohio. made at the January term thereof A. D. 1SS0, and lo me directed, 1 will otter for aale at public auction at the door of the Court House, In the town of Hillsboro. on Saturday, March 13th, A. D, 18S6, At two o'clock p. m. nf said day. the follow lug lands aud tenements, to-wit: Situate in the County of Highland and Htate of Ohio, and bounded and described aa followa : Beginning at a atone In the Urbana road, s. w. corner to a piece of land bought by David Kinxer of John 8. Larkln; thence with a line thereof to an alley in the town of Snmantha ; thence westerly with the line fif In-Eot No. 1 of aaid town to the center of (he Urbana road ; thence a. with suld road lo the begiuntne;. a part of James Baylop'a survey "o. 2.0LT. A io aa much out of the a. w. of aahl lu-Cot No. las Is covered by the hulldlug on the aatd portion of the land nbove described, being 12 f et north aud south and ;JQ feet stl and west. Said premlsea haa been appraised at one hundred and seventy -five doliaru 1175), and oau not sell for less than two-tnlrds of aaid appraisement. Terms of sale Cash on dav nf aale. H. C. DAWSON, Sheriff Highland County. Ohio. Collina A Collins. Att'ya. flO SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. Madleou Caae No. H. H. Smith vs. Trie Slonu. County Court of Common I'leaa. 0,4 . lo pursuance of a writ of vendl axponaa issued from the Court of Common I'leaa within and for the County of Mad I eon aud Slate of Ohio, made at the October term hereof A. D. I880. and to me directed, I will offer for aale at public auction at the door of the Court House, lu the town of HUlaboro, ou Saturday. March 13th, A. 1). 188ft, atonaoVlork p. m. of said day the follow In described real eatut .to-wit: Situate in the IvwiiHhtpof Liberty, Coun ty of Highland and State of Ohio, aud bounded and described aa followa : beginning at the a. e. corner of the farm of Robert C. (iaddis, In tlie center of the Mil ford aud Chillicothe turnpike road, witness ed by a atone on the north aid thereof, run ning thence with the easterly liue of aaid Oaddis' farm n. 2.V w. ft 9 100 polea toa alone s. w. aorner to a truct of land conveyed bv William to Hobert Ct ulili; thence with I be st, iine thereof n. 7 - Vti ttu lou poles to a atone corner to said tract, on the western line of Ualph Stockwell'a tract of land ; thence with ald Una a. M-eWi'i potea to ttie renter of said turnpike rod and corner to aaid Km) ph. Slockwell, which Is witneraed by a atone on the ii, aide of -aid road; thence wilh the center of aild road a. hy'-aJ w. 4 4 loo polea to (he beginning, continuing forty-five (l') acrea more or lens. Said levy being made ubjecl to the mortgage of I'aI.OOO In tttvor of William A. MoDaniel , given March 7Uh, JKM. Kaldpremtheahti.il tfu appraiser al two thousand dollars i,9-,00), and chii not sell for less thau t wo in !ria of said appraisement. Terms of sale L'asn on dav of sh l. tl. C. DA W HON, flO Sheriff Highland County, Ohio. Legal Notice. MAltY B0AD8 am? Benjamin noads, bar husband, who reside at Welisville, Frank lin county, KansaH; Jamas Waddle aud Victoria Hughes, who reide in Kgerton. Johnson county, Kauaas ; Margaret Loudon and James Loudon, her h u baud, who remdd at St. Joseph, Bu chanan county. Mianouri ; Auua Van Dillon and James Van Di llon, her huabdixi, Bobert addia and Byron Waddle, who reside at 1'erth, bum uer C'ltiuty, Kanbas, and Agues Wad'De, who rem i lea at Hello Blame, bum uer county, hausa,e, will take notice that on the 2d da.y of February, A. D. lMhti, Kilie MoCaliiater and D. C. Mot 'al liMter filed their petition in the Common Blcaa Court of Highland county, Ohio, in caae Wo. 4255, against the above named partita aud others, praying for a survey of three ceiUsa traits of laud situated iu l'aiut towunhip. Highland countv, Ohio, and coutainmg 75, 28 and 64.8 acrea of land, being the eaine 1m. t of which one Jainoa 8. Wad'lle died seized, and huther praying fur a partition of said tracts nf laud among the heirs of said Jainta 8. Waddle, dtcused ; and iu the event ihml auch partuiou cn not be made without manifest injury, then that such proceeding may ba had iu said Court aa are jiiHt, propur and author ised hy law. Said parties are reijueated to autwar on or before the Ulat day of March, A. Li. Mo 5. oj' judyuient mil be taken asiuat them. KLOANK fc touhiiOW, Atturue for i'lciutiifa.