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THE DEMOCRATIC' NORTHWEST, THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER 1, 1681.
To Umnau-ill tit'
aao ta by T) nnii .jamming to iuaare laarrtiaa
- Newspaper decisions
-St pxtmtm who take paper rrgniarlv froes
the pwwat& hher dlractfd to hi wm or
mo1 or whether he kM .ubacribad or ma is
rraponeJbl. for the payment.
it. If a person oram his paper dUcoo tinned, a.
mull pr alt arrearage., or lor publisher uay ooa
tuMattsenaUtantil peyaientia made, and collect
il Me U, whether too pa par to tekra (ram
I I have decided that refusing to take
' jnirrpepar. an paapodlrmJa from the poat-omoo, or
irmovus aud having Umn aaoalled (or, la prima
clear ffrMaaoa of luloattoaal fraud.
i.C. Saur Local.
Joba Battenneld Farm for Sal.
Mrs. Sheffield Local.
v8. 8. 6roaacup Local.
Hose til mar Local.
H. A. Myere Admr. Notice.
EowsU a Co. Ml. Ad.
J. Hbadet Local.
Prof, Andrews Medical.
Tietjea, A Co. Local.
quickest way to prefuino a dwelling i to
fry a piece of codtinh or roast a few on
ions. They go right to the spot and
lingeraround the spot for a considerable
length of period. Norristown Herald.
It you are nervous or dyspeptic try
Carter's Little nerve Pills. Dyspepsia
makes you nervous, and nervousness
makes you dyspeptic; either one renders
you miserable and these little pills cures
both. ; ' 2 1
Paul Sigel, a son of Gon. Slgel, has
been arrested on a charge of embezzle
ment in New York.
Rheumatism is the most . terrible di
sease that has ever afflicted humanity,
yet it instantly yields to the powerful
drugs, hat Kendall's Spavin Cure is com
Henry M. Stanley is reported to be
lying at the point of death near the
mouth of Conge River.
We know from experience St. Jacobs
Oil will cure rheumatism. Peoria (III.)
A Hire of Bees.
Burdock Blood Bitters Bring Back
health, when the Body is badly disorder
ed by imDure Blood. Biliousness, indi
gestion, constipation, dyspepsia and oth
er bad disorders cured by Burdock Blood
Bitters. Price $1.00, trial size 10 cents.
A brother arose in a weekly prayer
meeting in New Jersey and said: "Breth
era, when I consider the shortness of
life, I feel as if I might be taken away
suddenly, like a thief in the night."
vjLt is ' simply marvelous how quickly
constipation, biliousness, sick headache,
fever and ague, and malaria, are cured
by "Sellers' Liver Pills."
A Michigan boy ate a bar of soap on a
wager and then drank a lot of soda to
take the taste out of his mouth and the
way he spouted suds and soap bubles for
the next half hour baffled the skill of
fourteen doctors, who madly performed
aboutiiim, not having been informed of
ttiartwseiaC,the lad's Buffering. They
ire allff loggerheads now about what to
call to case.
By Atlantic Cable. To W. H. Hill
&Co. Send 5 cross Peerless Cough Syrup,
per Adriatic. All my grandchildren are
guttering from colds, ana tne last new
baby, hag the croup. Victoria. 50 cts.
and $1.00 per bottle. For sale by Knee
land, Destructive fires are devastating for
ests in Pennsylvania.
A Beneflcient Action.
The worn look and miserable feelings
of those closely confined in mills, or at
desks or at work tables, are caused Dy
weak Stomach. Kidneys or Bowels, and
show the necessity for some mild tonic to
build them up. No one need suffer thus
who will use Parker's Ginger Tonic;
. for without intoxicating it has such a
beneficient action on these sluggish or
gans and so cleanses the poisonous mat
ters from the system, that rosy cheeks
and good health and spirits are soon
brought back again. express, see aav.
Napoleon, Ohio, Aug. 31, 1881.
Corrected by H.H.Voeke&t BroO
wiiant New No. 1 S
Wheat-Mew No. 2 1 32
Wheat-White 1 22
Com perewt 84
RroalidOate 37 kl 05
Favorite Flour per sack 1 95
Napoleon Mills xxx persack 1 86
Napoleon Mills xx peraack 175
Wannloon Favorite Flour per bbl 7 60
Eye Flour per sack....
united Meal nor Back 35
Oats aud Corn Chop per cwt 125
New York Salt per bbl 1 40
Scroeninw Chopper cwt 40
Michlir&n Salt per bbl 1 49
Dui-kwheat Braud per bushel,
V. .r porn at distillery perlOO lbs 84
. knr corn st MiUper 100 lb ., 82
Flour, Feed and Grain.
Corrected weekly by J. Koller k Co.l
White Wheat $
Wheat, No. 2, Red :
Com per cwt
Patent Flour peraack
Koller'sHome Trade Flour persaok
Koller's Dog Leg Flour per sack
Bolted Meal persaok
Bran per owt
. uuteLime .a..
Water Lima .-t..s
Plaster Bslr per bu
Blacksmith Coal per Ton
' ; Provision Market.
qorrscted weekly by a. js. uary.j
ADDlea.drM PrtiM,..i. . ......-
;r. - li.., anttna
' OniCPt'4l.MM..t H......MM.W...M.....1H)1.40
Mow Pototoss.. ,71 00
Beans pe' -1251 75
. s.11 rineinBARlc.nAehhl 9 10
Bock, per bbl U
An exchange prints a long receipt ex
plaining "How to perfume a dwelling.''
Andrew Pvteraon, Ida Ellea PrU-raoa and Ol Kiln.
Order of eeJa Henry Gouty Court of Common Fleas.
Br Tlrt of as order of Hair luari fro Uwabora
aaad Court and u an dlrarted aa ohtnff at Hum
aouaty, I will oiler at PuLUr (nJ at Um door of Ik
I'irt halML l V. J Ik.
Saturday, September 10, 18S1,
at U hour of I o'clock, P. nf., of said day, Uw follow.
in dcacnbrd real aauto, situated. In iUnrr ..
Otuo, to-wit: "
tcr of tha southwrat quarter, of Britoai twenty-six
(2(1, town Ava north of ranvo eight (it) eaat. In
Ui-nrycimnty, Ohio, which lie north ofUwMana
Seid, Coldwater and Lake Mkhlan KallKoadUne.
uli.l.inln.u...k. I.J i
- -v ' vi wuu, more or less.
Terms of aaie cash.
. .. - . . . OE0- DATJM, Bberiir.
t H Tyler. Atty for Plaintiff.
Napolin, o., Aogual V, Itwl. 7 jq
Sherirs Sale. .
Oro. W. HoUnleck,
The Napoleon Agricultural Works.
Veudl Execution Usury County Court of Common
By virtue of a Vend! execution leaned from the ahrwe
nauiMl Court aud to me directed aa sheriff of Heury
couuty, I will offer at public aala at the 6onr i.f tle
Court llouae, In Napoleon, Ohio, on
Saturday, September 10, 1881,
at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M., of said day, the follow
ing described real estate, situated in Henry county.
Known aa five f51 acres nf Uml lvfi. in utlnn
thirteen 1 13), In towushiD Ave (.11. north ranire alx Itii
eaat, aud lying betweeu the Wabash and Krle Canal,
buu uw Aoteuo, nauasn sua western llail Koad, aud
bounded on the east by the west line of lauds owned
by Lymaii Trowbridge, or Trowbridge k Bro., on the
south by the birme bank of the. Wabash and Erie
Canal, on the north by the railroad aforesaid, aud on
tho west by a line parallel iwith said Trowbridge west
line aud sufflcienUy far therefrom to make live (5)
acresof land. All in Heury couuty and State of Ohio.
Apprauea at gin,uuj.
Terms of sale Cash.
nvn tiATTr ah.risr
J. II. Tyler, Attorney for Assignee
napoieou, unto, Aug. , 39 no
Vend! Execution Heury County Court Common
By virtue of aVendi execution issued from the above
name Court and to me directed aa Sheriff of Heury
county, I will offer at public sale at the door of the
court house, in Napoleon, Ohio, on
Saturday, September 10, 1881,
at the hour of 2 o'clock, P. M., of said day, thefollow
iug described real estate, situated In Heury couuty.
Ohio, to-wit: "
110?i acres of laud, being south half of the following
described tract of laud in section thirty-three (33),
town four (4), north range eight (8), east, In Heury
county, Ohio, beginning st the uortheust corner of
ssid section thirty-three (33), thence ruuuing south on
the east Una of said section a distauce of two hund
red and ten aud three-fourths poles to an ash tree, u e
corner of piece of laud sold to P P Latourette, theuce
west on the north line of said Latourette's land one
hundred and sixty-eight and one-sixth poles, thence
north parallel with the east line of said section two
hundred and ten and three-fourths polcB to the north
line of said section, thence east one hundred and sixty-eight
and one-sixth poles to the place of beginning,
containing 2214 acres of land.
Appraised at $1'J38.
Terms of Sale cash.
Haac & Ragan, Attys for Vlti.
Napoleon, Ohio, Aug. 9,1381. (11 10
Robert Stewart, of the State of Nebraska, will take
notice that the Merchants and Clerks Saving In
stitution of the city of Toledo, countv of Lucas, in
the State of Ohio, did on the 13th day of August A.D.
1881, file its petition in the Court of Common Pleas
within and for the county of Henry in the State of
Ohio, against the said Robert Stewart and Alexander
Wetherall, B. F. Wetheralli Oeorge Bowerman and
George Dick, defendants, setting forth that the said
Robert Stewart gave mortgage to one Orphn N . Steb
btns on the north half of the southwest quarter less
about 4 and 70-) 00 acres lying on- the northerly side
of the Toledo, Wabash and Western Railway, in sec
tion four, township five, north range seven, east, aud
known as lot one iu the grantees plat of the otebbln'B
farm, . ... .
10 the jouth went quarter of the northeast huar.
snathe narthwert Quarter of the southeast ouajs
ter. of section four, township five, north range seven,
east, aud known as lot two in above mentioned plat to
secure the payment of $3OUQ.O0, according to certain
notes reierreu to in Bald mortgage, and that since
the giving , of said mortgage the other defendants
herein named claim some Interest in said lands. Also
setting forth that the notes referred to in said mortgage
have been assigned by said OrphaN.Stebbina to the
said plaintiff, and praying that the said Robert Stew
art may pay said sum now claimed to be due together
with the interest now due thereon, aa prayed for in
said petition or that said premises may he sold to
pay the same; and the said Robert Stewart is noti
fied that he is required to appear and answer said
petition on or before the third Saturday after the 24th
day of September, A. 1). 1881,
MERCHANTS AND CI-EKKS
By F. M. Rummell, its Atty.
August 17, 1881-6t $14 70
Energetic men to introduce the new and fast selling
The People's Cyclopaediajof Universal
lias all the information found in the larger works.
40,100 subjects, 3000 illustrations, 16 large maps, ele
gantly bound in two superb volumns of over 1000
pages each. Prioe complete only $13. Just the work
for agents because it is just the work tho people
want. One agent in Michigan sold 600 Seta In live
months. Exclusive territory and good terms given
to nrst ernes men. utu. jn. mkwjsll CO.,
18aug3m Cleveland, O
Notice is hereby given that the partnership existing
between Cyrus Hyche and Signery Barnes, who
are engaged in the brick businesst is dissolved, Mr.
Hyche retiring and Barnes continuing in the business
atone. cxuub rixuujs,
August 3d, 1881.
"VfOTICE is hereby given that Frederick Kuipp,
1.1 guardian of the minor heirs of John A. Fox, de
oeassd, has filed his third partial accouut for set
tlement which will bu for hearing September,
JAMES G. HALT",
Aug. 22, 1881. v Probate Judge.
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED proposals will be received at the offloe of
the Clerk of the board of Education, of Napoleon
township, Henry county, Ohio, until 12 o'clock noon,
on the 3rd day of Sept., 1881, for building a brick
school house in sub-district number eight, of said
township, according to the plans and specifications
on file in said office.
Each bid must contain the name of every person
interested in the same and be accompanied by a suf
ficient guarantee of Borne disinterested person that if
the bid is accepted a oontract will be entered into and
the performance of it properly secured.
The bid for each kind of material called for by the
specifications must be stated separately and the price
of each given, add the price of labor must also be
None but the lowest responsible bid will be accepted
and the board may reject all bids.
By order of the Board of Education.
JAMES P. RAGAN,
Napoleon, O., Aug. 0, 18Sl-4t
ISTEW FIRM -A.3STID 3STEW GOODS,
T WILSON & MUSSER,
: ;, 's'-:' , , -. . .
. . Successors to J. F.Theek.
In Miller Bros. Block, South Side of Iron Canal Bridge,
Would rospectfnllyaoRounce to the citizens of Henry and adjolningcontities that they have boujrht ont
the stock of J. F. Tneek and that thnv are now reccivinga full assortment of all kinds of furniture to
which we Invite the public to call and oxaraine for themselves. Our expenses ru very, small, which will
enable n to sell goods at very low prices, as we are baying aUaniKPods for not cash and will sell for
cash only. In addition to our Furniture we have a fine line of Undertakers goods, '
uomns ana uasKets or ail Kinds; y
A practical invention secured to ns Is Croon's Patent CanoDV Coollnc Board, hv tha nse of which t
corpse can be kept In a good state of preservation for two weeks during the hotcst season of the year.
We have a fine hearse which Is always at the sen Ice of the public. ' .
W novo also secured the services of Mr.Theek, who will be happy to attend to tho wants' of his old
customers and as muuy new ones as will make it convenient to call. Fnrnituro manufactured to order;
also all kinds of repairing done to order In a workmanlike manner and on short notice.
oectl-80 Respectfully, WILHON MU8SKK.
O. W, Woodward,
D. P. and A. P. Lriat.
Vend! Execution-Henry Conaty Court of Common
By virtue or a vndt necatton tseaed from
th. above naurd Court and to nx directed a. Bhenfl of
Henry oounty, I will offer at Public Hal at Um door of
Um Court house, la Napoleon, Ohio, on
Saturday, September 17, 1881,
at the hour of 2 o'clock, P. M of said day, the follow
In real eatate, situated in H eury county, Ohio, to-wit :
The south half of the weal half of Um eouthwaet
quarter of section fourteen, town six, north rana-e
aevea, eaat, Henry countv, Ohio, containing forty
acres of land.
Appraised at 1 1200.
Terms of aala cash.
. GEO. DACM, Sheriff.
J. M. Baag, Atty for Plaintiff.
napoleon, Ohio, Aug. 12, lgrtl.
John C. McLaln, as Treaaurrr of Henry Connty,
Tauny J. Brooker, A. J. Broker, et. al.
Order of Sale Henry County Court of Common Pleaa.
By virtue of an order of sale Issued from the above
named Court and to me directed aa Sheriff of Henry
county, I will offer at Public Sale at the door of the
Court House, in Napoleon, Ohio, on
Saturday, September 17, 1881,
at the hour of 2 o'clock, P. M., of said day, thefollow
iug described real estate, situated in Heury county
Ohio, to-wit: '
Four rods front and eight rods deep of out lot num-
urr uueauueien in 11. scotta lirst addition to the
village of Napoleon, being four rods front on Wash
ington street in said villago,ly eight rods deep, and
having IU southerly line paralcl with the southerly
lineof said lot one, and four rods distant therefrom,
situated in the village of Napoleon, Henry couuty,
Appraised at $2050.
Terms of Sale Cash.
GEO. DAUM, Sheriff.
W. Stephenson, Att'y for Plaintiff.
Napoleon, O, Aug. 12 , 1881. $9 90.
John W. Wright,
Geo. W.Crozler.et. al.
Order of sale Henry County Court of Common Pleas.
By virtue of ah order of sale i.aiiAjt fmin tua
above named court aud tome directed as Sheriff of
nenry county, ana special Master Commissioner, I
will offer at Public Hale at the door of the Court
House, in Napoleon, Ohio, on
Saturday, September 17, 1881,
atthehourof2 o'clock.P. M., of said day, the follow
ing described real estate, situated in Heury county.
Lot No. 16 in Hague ft Raff's addition to the towa
of Napoloon.llenry co.,Ohio,together with the appur
tenances to the same belonging.
Appraised at $300.
Terms of Sale Cash.
GEO. J)AUM, Sheriff.
, . . And Special Master Commissioner.
W. Stephenson, Att'y for Plsiutill.
Napoleon, 0 Aug. 12, 1881. $8 10
FARM FOR SALE !
A Chance to Secure u Good Farm
The undersigned offers for sale his farm, situated
in Monroe township Henry couuty, Ohio, 1 mile east
of Holgate, containing lit) acres of land, 35 acres im
proved; good plank house, log stable, young orchard,
good well of water nnd other conveniences on the
plaoe. Will Bell the property cheap aud on time to
good buyer. For further particulars enquire upon
the premises or of F. DELVKNTHAL,
2mg4 Napoleon, O.
Notice is hereby given that George W. Shepard,
Adm'r of the estate of Ana Stonebruker. dixwitunl
has filed his final account for settlement, which will
be for hearing Sept. 17, 1881 .
JAMES G. HALY,
August 20th, 1881. Probate Judge.
THE undersigued offers at publiojale a good canal
water power Grist Mill, 3 run Bnrrs, 2 Turbine
Water Wheels, and all necessary machinery to make
first clasB flour, and located at one of the best points
ami ueiu wiieai growing uistricts oi iienry county.
Call on or address,
F. M. KUMMELL, Agent,
JlySStf Napoleon, Ohio.
.Notice to Contractors.
SEALED proposal will be received at the office- of
the clerk of the Board of Education, of Blchfleld
township, Henry couuty, Ohio, until 12 o'clock noon
on the ISth day of September, 1881, for building a
brick school house in joint sub-district No. 1 of said
township (at Grellton) according to the plana and
specifications on file In said office, and at the resi-
aenceoi j. n. i nompson near ureuton.
Each bid mnBt contain the name of everv nersnn
interested in the same and be accompanied by a suf
ficient guaranty of some disinterested person, that if
tne bid is accepted a contract will be entered into and
the performance of it properly secured; the bid for
each kind of material called for by the specification
must be stated separately, and the price of each given,
and the prioe of labor muBt also be separately stated.
None but the lowest responsible bid will be accepted,
and the Board may reject all bids.
By order of the Board of Education.
August 23, 1881-4w $5 00 Clerk.
DAVIS LANDHETH & SONS, Philadelphia, Pa
Lame Back, Sprains and Bruises,
Asthma, Catarrh, Coughs, Colds,
Sore Throat, Diphtheria, Bums.
Frost Esjes, Tooth, Ear, and
Headacheand all pains and aches.
The best Internal and external remedy In
the world. Every bottle guaranteed.
Price, 50 cents and 11.00.
FOSTEH, JllLBUItlf A CO., Prop'n,
DTTECII M V m .
X,ii.ti'uui.aaaMBBamat mi in li. n. .inTVV
stp-janl3-82 For Sale by J. C. SAUB, N apolcon, O.
STUTTERINGoumd by Bates's Appliances. Send
for description to Simpson 4Co., Box 2236, N. I
Shrouds, Burial Clothes, etc.
Cures Kheumatism, Lumbago.,!
FOR THE ItfEXT
Ws propose to
it in I
In this plaoe, as we want to close out all summer goods, such as
Parasols, fans, Lawns, Linen Suits, Linen Suitings, Shawls,
' White Dress Goods and Straw Goods
And all other goods at greatly reduced prices.
business. We have the
Fashionable Clothing !
for sale by any one.
B-O-O-T-S A-N-D S-H-O-B-S
Cheaper than any other house In Northwestern Ohio.
Cheapest Grocery House !
have just received one of tho Largest and Best stocks of
Groceries, Provisions, Glass
and Queensware !
ever brought to Napoleon. They have Salt Fish, of all kinds which they will sell by tho pound or keg.also
Smoked Ham and Dried Beef nnd Everything usually Kept ia a First-Class
wrocery more, lasn ram ror
They are also
The eaeieBt and beet runpiug machine sold In Napoleon. If yon want a good machine and one that will
give satisfaction give them a ca)l. Don't lorget the place, opposite the "Northwest" ollice, Washington
ROCK BOTTOM PRICBS !
; , J : Perfumes and Toilet Articles
Blank Books and Pocket Books.
N. B. These goods are all New,
First-Class and Latest Styles.
t We are offering thia spring an
Brussels, Extra Super, Ingrain Cotton Chain andlHemp Carpets
We have over 100 different patterns and we feel safe In saying that the styles are as good and the
As any house in Toledo. It will be to the advantage of any one wishing carpet to see our stock. We have
also added an extra large line of
Oil Cloths and Brassel Rugs, Window Curtains,
Lamberquins and Lamberqnin Cretonn,
A large variety. These goods are kept m specialties In connection with our usual supply of
DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES.
- STRAW HATS, CLOTHING ETC.
We alni to keep tto beat assortment eft good in town and are therefore confident that we can always please.
S. M. & M. E. HELLER. .
create a regular
Ouraummer stock must go! No humbug, this is
novelties and most
Call around aa soon aa yon read thia and ee-
H. F. X0RDEN & CO.
ail Kinds or Country Produce.
agents for the
Curtains and Fixtures,
unusually large and varied stock of
Money to Loan 1
short time, at a n-osble rat of tnkre.1, ottoaeli
arst-clae paper, shoaid raU oa
. At BUpheBMia a Law Oroca,
So Life IagaTap.ee Required.' coa'0
Real Estate -A.gen.ts,
Llbertj Center, Henry Co., O.
highway, I mile f roaa Texas and canal and miles
from railroad, la Waahtnirtoatwp., Httiry county, u. .
Price 11,750. All (ood kuid. One-half cash and tba
Na. (-1 Oil acre farm, 80 acres clearasd the balanca
good timber; 40 acres of wheat In the ground, a good
frame house and barn, good fruit of all kinds, good
water, splendid soil, 14 miles from Napoleon and
near railroad. IMn. t.Un.M k.ir...k v. 1
to suit purchaasr.
no. s-lhuacre farm, SOacrre cleared and tha rest
good timber, (food soil, good hones and barn, good
fruit of most all kinds, well attached, near railroad In
Bichneld townahip. Price 4,0110, nrat payment from
$500 to I l.ouu down and the ballance to suit purchaasr.
Mo. 4-40 acre farm, S4 cleared aud 5 acre Umber:
mwwl all wall .1 1 .. I 1 1
1 - u.mxj, new uaru, log nouae, good
fruit of all kinds, good fences, farm in good condition,
j n M.l,HmJ ui i.hwiij 1 enter, fnoe az.lvu.
$1,100 in cash, balance on loug time.
No. ft 00 acre farm, SO acres cleared 60 acres part
fenced, new frame House lR2e, one and one naif
stories, log stable; nerer-f ailing well, good water,
young orchard, all kinds of fruit: weU ditched: on a
iranilnuil1)) mllu fnun e.it 0 1, . -. . ,
JLmUr",'.ISmLlb,3r Or, H mile from achool.
Prismas S'l f Mm 1 naisBB At.h 1 1 - - m .. . .
- ,, vmmu. ueiauce on kooq time, xaia
farm lies 1 . i'ultoa county, Ohio.
No. 6160 aore farm; 140 acres clear and 20 acres
good timber. Thia farm is well lmprored: weU
ditched, with tile underdrain, good fences, laid out in
aultablr fields, black soil, two good houses, 1 almost
new; good orchard, good fruit of all kinds, and orna
mental trees in front house yard. It can be told In
mm 80acre farms, one house on each piece. Joining
Liberty Center corporation, 6 miles frem Napoleon
Henry county. Price $so an acre ; payment on reason,
able terms. Very aheap. -
No. 7 40 acre farm most all cleared, splendid soil
moat of it black sand, frame house, stable, good choice
fruits of all kinds, big orchard of apples, orer one
hundred trees of cherrie, peach and plum, strawberries
black and all kinds of berries; this farm lays In the
corporation of Liberty Center, lays on a good road to
sell lots ; most valuable farm in the county. Prlc
f 2,900, half down and the ballance on time. Chea.
for such proper! y.
4. f o. 8 A Wrist Mill in Liberty Center, along side
the Wabash B, B., steam power, two run of stone. A
good chance for a man to do a good business in buy
ing grain, and a good place for custom work. Good
neighborhood. Price 42,400, on long time on part
payment. Dirt cheap.
No. 020 acres of land, most all clear, good farm
ing land, near Liberty Center. Price 4700; part on
No. 10 20 acres of laud nearly all cleared, a good
two story frame house with wing or kitchen attached,,
almost new, good barn, young bearing orchard and
other fruit trees of most all kinds, good well and out
side buildings all that Is necessary, splendid sandy
soil; this laud lays in the corporation of Liberty
Center. Price 82,000, half down aud the balance on
time. Very cheap.
No.ll A honse andlot In Liberty Center, two
story frame house and barn, almost new, on corner
lot. Price $500, on good time.
No. 1240 ocres of land, 10 acres cleared aud the
balance In timber, log house snd stable, lVi mile from
Liberty Center and mile from Damascus, in Liberty
townBhip, good soil, Turkey Foot Creek running
threwthe land. Price $1,000 ; terms to suit purchaser.
No. 1810 acre farm SOacreB olcared and the rest in
timber, a good two story frame house and barn, good
sandysoil, 1', miles from Colton, in Fulton county,
fruit trees of most all kinds. Price $1,51)0, half down
and the balance on time. Dirt cheap.
Call on or address for information
T. MTl.T.vn a. 1 QUTTir
Liberty Center House, Uberty'center, O.
Toledo and Put-In-Bay Steamer Line
From Juue 20 until September 10, 1881, inclusive, the
CHIEF JUSTICE WAITE
Will leave Toledo every morning at 8:40 o'clock,
arriving at Put-ln-llay and Middle Bass at 13:30 m.,
connecting with elegant side wheel steamers for
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