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JEFFERSONIAN: FINDLAY HANCOCK UOUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY
RID AY KOENINe. MAT 24. 1872.
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Who re seeking homes In the rich valley
ana on ine lenue pratnes oi siissouai,
- - Kajcsah, Nkbbaska aud Colorado,
TAKE NOTICE this U tbe
MOST DIRECT ROUTE.
This line has facilities for
families to the
Not Possessed by any. Other Line.
Save Time and Money,
TICKETS earn be obtained at an tne prin
cipal ticket Offloea in the Eastern, Middle
aaa southern state.
C. E. FOLL.ETT.
General Pasaenger Agent, Bk Ixals.
KOBT. EMM ETT,
Eastern Pass. Agt. Indianapolis.
JOHN E. HlMPSOX.
leb S Gen. 8aperlntendt, Indianapolis.
. NKcrms of every description and
color latest styles at Ebllkgs'.
Coming. It will be seen that Dr.
C. M. Town send will be here on tbe
28th of this month. The Dr. always
has a good troupe, and furnishes fine
music. We bespeak for him He
patronage of the community.
Hats and Caps a splendid assort
ment st Ebltngs'.
Schwab is. going to rebuild his
. Etors room in July. Look out fcr
Switched off. As an engine and
tender were being reversed on the
turn-table of the L. E. k L. RR , last
Saturday evening, the brake of the
tender became disarranged, and the
tender backed off, breaking the con
nection between the engine and ten
der, and smashing things up generally.
Men and Boy's Gaiters at all prices
at Ewing & Redick's.
, It beats everything how many of
those nice Gaiters Schwab sells.
But they are cheap.
Railroad Accident. We learn that
the train on the C fi. & C. Koad ran
afoul of a cow on the' track, last Fri
day night, which resulted very seri
ously for the cow, and came very
near wrecking the train. Tbe loco
motive flaw the track, but in some
unaccountable manner, righted again.
The baggage car was thrown directly
across tbe track, and its contents, in
cluding live freight, considerably
jumbled up, but fortunately nobody
was seriously hurt. Tbe cow seems
to ba the only party seriously dam
Ember, the Jeweler, in Wheeler's
Block, has a large stock of Seth
Thomas and other Clocks for sale
Call at Ewing it Reditk's, and
look at their new styles of Slipprs.
They are all the rag this eeason.
Get Tout Flowers. Mr. II. s.
Matthewman will be at Davis fc
Green's next Saturday, with a splen
did lot of Verbenas, Geraniums, Fu
chias perpetual blooming Roses, Fo
liage, and a great variety of other
green house plants, all fresh and in
good condition. This is the third lot
that he has offered in the past three
weeks, and the ready sale that his
stock met with is evidence that it is
of the best quality. Remember the
day, next Saturday, May 25.
Th place to get bargains now is
Vt Ewing fc Redick's ; they have just
received a full line of lieu, Monies,
and Children's, Shoes. ,
" Schwab finds he has as much es he
can do : to attend to his large Bjoi
and Shoe trade, and in order to make
more room fcr Boots and Shoes, is
closing oat his stock of clothing at
Stand down the EaUL, lor the great
est advent of the season will occur at
Wheeler's Hall on Tuesday evening,
May 28th, in the appearance in this
city, of Dr. Townsend's Concert and
Bnrlesaue Troupe, Silver Cornet
Esnd.and full Orchestra. Music, and
tun for the million. Admittance 35
cents, children 25 cents. Reserved
seats 50 cents. By way of advertise
ment, the Dr. will give 25 eta. worth
of liis remedies consisting either of
Magic Oil, Worm Lozenges or Head
ache Pills With every 35 cent ticket.
Our - druggists say the medicine is
worth the price of admission.
What bargains Ewing k Redick
are offering in Clothing, to close out
their stock. Any one in search of a
Coat, a pair of Pants, or a Vest, jott
drop in ana ae our pnoea.
Tub resson Schwab sells his boots
and shoes so cheap, his expenses are
light and he buys all hit goods for
cash. Tbe best reason in the world.
why he can sell cheap.
Go and see Home is his laughable
burlesque chaiacters, with Town send,
at Wheeler's Hall, Tuesday evening.
TOLEDO & COLUMBUS RR.
The Importance and Progress of the
- The Oliio State Journal of May
l"th ep-'iB of a trip over the line of
tlie Hotlicg Valley road by citizens
of Delaware, Morrow, and Wyandot
counties, and in connection therewith
has this to say of the proposed Toledo
and Columbus route:
The Columbus and Toledo railroad
is one oi tbe certainties of the near
future. True, there is much woik to
be done before such an undertaking
can do brought to 'Bucressful end;
there will be much latent enterprise
awafcen and develop, and those
who have taken the lead in the mat
cannot afford to be supine, in the
notion that the exeat importance of
uieroaa win naturally work its own
construction. Railroads are common
these days, but nevertheless thev axe
mighty men to put them through.
enthusiasm which has been re.
cenuy munrested between this city
u Aumui mr-icucs inai mere n&s
V V ' . " " "
, ruau u"wa was city ana To-
hM long talked of; such a
has been rprtr1ad a imnnrtant
. o r
several years, and now since the
Uolumbus and Hocking Valley road
in eucceesiui operation, it is regar
by men who see the farthest
through a public enteral ise. as little
or an absolute necessity to tbe
proper development of the portions
the Mate through which it passes.
Speaking of tne importance of the
project the Journal says:
About 150 car loads of coal ( twelve
each) now pass over the Hock
V alley Koad daily ; about 41) cars
further by Chicago road, about 40
tbe Cleveland line, and 15 by the
Miami, leaving 40 for Colum
The new road, when built will
Toledo and tbe north -western
of the State the nearest route to
coal mines, and a competeingline
tbe sea-board by Athens and Far
kersburg; it will give Columbns the
direct communication with the
lumber, regions and Lake Su
perior ore, and open up to cs the
counties of Marioh, Wyandot,
Seneca, Sandusky and Wood. It will
op a limitless market by the
of the lakes and the northern
of railroad for the coal of which
have an abundance to snpply our
neighbors and ourselves.
Delaware Township Statistics. We
indebted to Mr. A. F. Nans, As
for Delaware township, for the
following statistics relative to that
" " Corporation.
Tp. and Corporation f 181,020
addition to the above there are
dogs, valued at S1G0.
Post-office Election. The election
Postmaster, yesterday, to fill the
occasioned by the death of
Ballon, deceased, resulted as fol
lows: E. Adams
have only to say that we hope
successful candidate may be at
appointed, speedily confirmed,
that Findlay may again rejoice in
possession of a postmaster.
Sabbath School Association. The
meeting of the Hancock Co
School association will con
at the rooms of the Y. M. C. A.,
Davis & Green's grocery store,
O., on Monday and Tuesday,
2 ah and 28 Lb, It is earnestly
that there be a representation
every school in the county, as
as a large attendance of all the
of the Sabbath School cause.
of interest will be discussed.
C. E. RUHL, Rec. Sec'y.
jou have tbe blues, go and see
roaring farce, entitled the "In
telligence Office,' played by the
Townsend Concert and Burlesque
Correction. We made quite a e-
mistake in our article on Marion
statistics last week, which
great injustice to tbe canine spe
in that township. Tbe total
valuation of dogs should hate read
instead cf $2 62, cs eUted in
article. We make this correction
justice to the dog?, whose valut
so Badly depreciated in our last
Congregational Church. Next Sen
at 10:30 A. M., there will be i
service for the children and
people, and a sermon add res
especially to them, lue singing
be by tte children, led by Mr.
Parents and friends are in
to at-eari, and participate. At
P. M.. Mr. A. C. Ricketta will
a lecture on "our opinions,
our right to them." Seats free,
Cisterns. The Street Commission
under the direction of tbe Board
Improvements, are now coastruct-
a cistern for the use of the Fire
Department, on Washington street.
understand that the Board have
recommended the building cf severs
cisterns in various localities.
hope the good work will go on.!
Side Walks. The citizens on the
side of Sandusky street, west
Western Avenue, have obtained
permission from the city council to
construct a brick and gravel walk
their property. This is a good
and we hope others will go
Cleaning Up. Marshall Iinbl has
busy in superintending the
cleaning up of our 6treeti and alleys.
stop John until the whole town
thoroughly cleaned. .
he best s-e wing machines in use
tnose at ay's, over citizens'
Call and see them.
The Domeetic Sewing Machine is
best made, and decidedly the
cheapest. Call and see them at
Lively times at Patterson fc Win
last Saturday reason why
have got in their New Stock of
Spring Goods, and are selling them
cheap. Go aid see.
The Photographs taken at Zay's
Gallery are true to life, and as clear
distinct as the finest steel engrav-
ingn. v,au ana examine specimens.
Is the best Sewing Machine In the
market, ltxamine it at
LAKE ERIE & LOUISVILLE RR.
Mr. D. J. Cory has handed us the
following letter for publication, which
win be of interest to a large portion
of our reader :
FREMONT, O, May 17th, 1872.
! J. CoET. Eeo. Yonr letter nf
jcaieraay, eajmg in effect that some
u PPla were anxious to know
whether this company expect to pay
for township bonds flf we eet them)
or expect to get them as a donation,
is received. In reply I ran nnv
u ue company get tne bonds,
it will be by a contract between the
vompany and tie Trustee of tho
township, by wtich the Company
"6"- w oiuiu ue ro&a. u he con
tract will hare to be aDDroved hw
'" - sownsnin Deiore the Com
pany can get the bonds. Of course
tho Company are wtlintr t- tt. th.
tdwnship bonds and give stock in the
unu. , very itaoectfnll
L. Q. RAWSON, Prest.
CUNDURANGO A HUMBUG.
readers of the Jsm-iesokiah
will remember an article which ap
peared in that paper some months
since, copied from W. L. Miller &
Co.H,ETerybody'sPaper,, in which
was claimed that, in consideration
the manner in which the drug was
introduced through the authorities at
Washington, and the acknowledged
ability of persons connected with its
introduction, it was the duty of physi
cians to give the proposed remedy a
trial This was urged on the
ground that the profession were not
possession of a drugthat would cure
diseases which the importers of
Cunduranoo, rged oould -be readily
cured by that agent. We then promis
ed to apprize the public as to the re
sults of our experiments. For us,
Cundurango accomplished nolhing,and
feel, then, after careful observation
it is far inferior as an alterative
many medicinal agents long known
the profession. In cancer it is cer
tainly a failure. Our experience has
that of the profession generally
and we are forced to the conclusion
we were humbugged into trjing
by men from whom we hoped better
but who, no doubt, made it
profitable, considering the exorbitant
charged for the drug. We hope
of our friends will give credence
tbe advertisement lauding this
F. W. ENTRIKIN, M. D.
a meeting of the executive com
held at tbe office of Browns &
on tbe 21st inst., it was unan
imously resolved that,
WnsBEAS the season is backward,
flowers so very scarce that prob
on tbe SUth ot May, the commit
would be unable to obtain a suf
ficient amount for the purpose. '
Therefore resolved that the day for
decorating tbe graves of deceased
soldiers, be postponed untl Tuesday,
18th day oi June, 1SV2.
We earnestly appeal to all citizens
Findlay, and neighboring country,
assist in this matter,andon the day
assigned make once more green the
memory of our Drothers who tell in
of our country, by so ap
propriate, pleasanf and solemn acero-
The committee very much regret
delay. Nothing but the failure to
flowers would have caused it.
are determined that as it has
commenced and been amply
successful for so many years, that it
now never be abandoned, but
as the 30 th of May annually rolls
or as soon thereafter as it is
to do so, the Soldiers
oi Maple urove cemetry
be strewn with flowers and
Ample notice will De given oi ine
meeting of the committee or
arrangements, at which time we will
all interested to attend.
crder of Committee.
JAS. A. BOPE Ch'n.
E. T. Dunn. Sec'y.
Transfers of Beal Estate filed in
Recorder's office of Hancock
for the week ending May IS,
Robinson to J. R. Dyche.Frac-
tional lot No. 64, 1. wings addition
Reuben Baker to Wm. Reimund, in
lot No. 18, addition to Findlay,
R. Williams to Wm. Cake, in-lot
Nos. 21, 22, 23, and 25, in West In
Gorcuch to J. M. Messamore, in
lots 8 and 9, North Liberty, $500.
Doty to J. M. Messamore, in lot
21. North Liberty, $25.
S. Williams to Wm. Cake, in
lots No. 21, 22, 23 and 24, West In
dependence, -S 1,200.
Edward B. Howell to T. J. Stackhouse
12 100 acres of land in Findlay
Kieler to Joseph Boley, 20
acres of land in Biglick township,
Davis. Adm'r. to Susanna Burk,
and 23-100 acres of land in Find
lay township, 8775.
Winrate to Jacob D. Swao, 3
acres ot land in Findlay Twp $375
Leonard to Wm. Adlesperger,
127 acres ot land in Biglick town-
Roth to John Huffman, in-lot
80, Vance's addition to Findlay,
Alspach to Wm. Huffman, in
lot 53, S. & P. Carlins addition to
Michael G. Bear et aL to Christian
Slough, 80 acres of land in Cass
B. Day to Matthew Goodman,
out-lot No. 27, in Nails plot ot land,
Findlay township, $oo0.
Barnnm Coming. P. T. Baraum
ba bare about -the first of July
his great National Museum,
Menagerie, Caravan, Hippodrome,
Polytechnic Institute, and Interna
Zoological Garden combined
Exhibition which is as absolute
novel, colossal, exhaustive and
Bewildericgly Various as money and
experience cantmake it. His Advance
Courier has been distributed through
town, and a perusal of it will be
sufficient to convince any one of the
grandncss of the concern.
Tiffin Stock Fair. The Tiffin Stock
will be held in that city, on June
Cth, 7th and 8th, 1872. $20,000
been appropriated for premiums
expenses. The Fair will doubt
be an immeiisi success.
River Bridea. The attention oi the
County Commissioners, is called to
condition of the Bridge across the
of this place. A more dilapi
structure does not span this or
other stream, and perhaps not a
more unsafe one. Somebody may
damages to pay unless; it Is put
a safer condition,
Ewixr & Rxdick are just opening
stock ot Summer goods, con
sisting of Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots
Shoes. Our motto is -uneap ior
CaBh," one price aid fair dealing with
Call and examamme our good
prices. Ewiko & Rbdick.
Ttvtait the brilliant scientific
Wmrer. has definitely fixed, it is said,
a lecturing trip through the
States during the year.
LETTER FROM MT. BLANCHARD.
MT. BLANCHARD, O., May 20, '72.
Eds. Jeff.: With the return
vr3rm weather even life and business
seems to receive a new impulse.
gentleman named Downing, has
terea into partnership with Abe Cole,
in the Notion Store. Messrs. Cole
Downing have been making some
changes in their room, and when com-
pleted it will present a fine appearance.-
J. P. Bowman & Son's stock of dry
goods at this place. We learn he in
- - .
tenas having more new goodi before
linv fl. f-Z 1 T is r
die, has been remodelbff the Diamond
r, i.I i.- i. .
wa uti a-t eciuuir iuw iiu iiaa uu-
tAiriA trio arrlrunnt sxf r. TT.
There are a few men here who look j
upon railroad stock as so much dona- i
ted to charity. Others, however,
know better and subscribed liberally.
There is still a hope that the locomo-
tive may be heard in our corporate
limits- It might be well for those who
are able but unwilling to give to this
enterprise, to estimate how much ben
efit they are to the community. Some
people insist on throwing dead cats.
corn stalks and rubbish, in the alleys
and streets. Mayor Naus has ordered
"clean up ' The people should not
obey this order, for by so doing they
take a great deal of practice off of our
physicians hands. The burning ot
SoL Shafcr's barn which was men
tioned in your paper last week, is sup
posed to be the work ot an incendiary.
we have hever had any difficulty
with Mr. S., we consider ourselves
Rev. Baker, the
talented pastor of the M. E. church,
agitated the Temperance question, by
eloquent sermon, last Sabbath eve
ning. Some "pill men' claim whisky
its user as a medical agent. But
can not deny that arsenic and
strychnine have also their uses. Mr.
Beck, formerly a saloon keeper.has
retired from business. We can not
i.n...t i i I
wame -i ete ior Demg too respect.
to sell "mean whisk," now, aaer
having amassed a "snug pile" oi mon
"A. S. M."
Court of Common Pleas. Judge
State ot Ohio vs. Andrew J. Gates
Unlawfully selling intoxicating liquors
a minor. Plead guilty as to 1st
court. Fined $5.00 and costs.
State of Ohio vs. Jacob Rosz.nan.
Unlawfully selling intoxicating liquor.
guilty. Fined $5.00 and costs.
State ol Ohio vt. Arnold i-inger
Embezzlement. Arraigned. Plead
guilty. -Recognized in $500 bail
John Fergus: n vs. Charles White-
Appeal. Appeal dismissed.
Wm. Mungen m. C. Hazlett. Civil
action. Judgment against delenaant.
Samuel II. Moore Louisa Moore.
Divorce. Dismissed at plaintiff's
Levi Taylor w. L. E. Green. Civil
action, sale confirmed and deed or
dered. Gorden & McMillen vs. L .
Green. Civil action S xe confirmed
Mary Wilson vs. Wm. Wilson, et al.
Partition. Dismissed by plaintiff at
Merchant's National Bank of Cleve
vs. D-ividaon Martin. Civil
action. Judgement against defendant.
Elizabeth M. Betts r. Horace
ef a. Civil action Decree for
Notice of appeal. Bond
Wm. Mungen w. C. Hazlett. Civil
i . r
action. Judgement against piainuu.
Peter Murphy vs. Delos D. Snyder.
Mary Bosler vs. Jacob B osier, et al.
Divorce Dismissed by plaintiff at
Clarissa O. Bradford vs. Sarah Culp.
artition. Sale confirmed and deed
Mary Lammig vs. B. A. Etherton.
faction. Judgment against de
Sampson & Missamore vs. J. W.
Sheltou and A. Bear. Appeal. Set-
each party paying one half costs.
Calvin A. Croninger m. fcbztbeth
F. S. So B. L. Association Albert
Parker etal. Civd action. Decree
order of sale.
Entriken & Miller vs. Samuel Spit-
Appeal. Judgment against de
Louisa E Iloffinan vs. James P.
et al Civil action. Decree
H. P. Gage & Co. vs. D. B. Wag-
jivii action, juagmem. jur
.. .. V , . jf
Patterson & Winders vs. Isaiah
Civil action. Judgment lor
Laura J. Williams vs. Chester
Cook. Slander. Settled, each party
pay their own costs.
Margaret Moore et al., vs. Valen
Powell et al. Civil action. Set
at costs of plaintiff!
LETTER FROM MICHIGAN.
By your permission 1 will again
you a lew lines ior publication.
Jeff, is a most welcone guest in
part of the country, espetialy
among the old residents of Hancock,
county. We are moving along very
stedily out here. Farmers are busy
getting in their crops. The ground
somewhat dry from the drouth of
fall: we are getting a little rain
now, but not as much as is needed,
seems as if we were not to be
blessed with one old enemy the Col
orado Potato Bug this year. As
but few have been seen, but tbey
yet put in an appearance. We
consoled for their absence, how
ever, by the cut worms whicn are quite
numerous. The wheat crop will be
short, but will be as good as can be
expected. It is exceedingly "spot
ted;" in some places good, aud in
other places not worth the cutting,
The health is good in this section.
Call at S. D. Frey's Drug Store,
Findlay, Ohio, and get a sample bot
of Dr. A. Boschee's German
Syrnp,yr of charge. It has lately
been introduced in this country from
Germany and for any persons suffer
ing with a severe cough, heavy cold
settled on the baeast, consumption or
any disease of the throat and lungs it
has no equal in the world. Our reg
ular size bottles 75 cents. In all cases
money will be promptly returned if
perfect satisfaction is not given. Two
doses will selieve any case. Try it,
Local Business Notices.
Wantea. A girl to do house wort
Good waSes and permanent place.
aFr'y at Jeff. Office.
established the fact that the Sozodoxt
An article that is at once a teeth
preserver and breath purifier, and
vet so nleasant and rnnvenicnt
use, its exceeding popularity does
not surprise any one. Time has fully
an eminent degree. It hf legitmate-
My acquired the right to a position
"pon every toilet table.
Siald'DS 8 Glne l
. f a an ..oi 1 1- An,1 f Innstla
Timber at the the Findbtv Stave and
Bass "Wood from $3 to S4 per
White Ash " $5 to $7
Oak , $5
For further information rail at the
oflleo Findlay Stave and Handle Co.
Mocks, Wisk it Co.
L. W. Flack.
. ., . . .,1
Agent lor fruit, anl Ornamental
irccB.vjraue men, our U 08, UC8C8 SC..
from Stops Harrison & Co's. Xurs
ery of Painesville, near Cleveland
uunw wuiuj vuav. fin ii tin w sr
rented to grow, or they will be re
placed at a deduction cf twenty per
jk. iwuaerve your oruers lor uim
nntll .ll TAm- r.
. -ry , . .
Findlsy Ohio. Msy 8tb. 1872.
To My Friends.
I wish to say to my friends and
acquaintances, that I am now engaged
with John Eaton & Co., where I will
always be ready to give my friends a
hearty welcome, and have them go
away rejoicing in bargains, that I will
abl t0 g've T0U ,n Dry Goods,
Dress Goods, Millinery, Boots, Shoes,
uai8i aP8 c incase give me a
Farmers, and Others I
ry find Thornton F Morrison's.
opposite the Court-house, the place
buy Stoves of the latest and best
styles. Mr. M. is also agent for the
"John L. Gill Combina
Plow." He is prepared to do
Spouting, and all manner of
Tin, Copper and Sheet-iron work,
guarantees satisfaction. Go and
Call with me, if you wish to buy a
Piano, Organ or Melodeon, or any
other musical instrument, as I can sell
a better article cheaper and on
better terras than any traveling ped
Call and be convinced before
going elsewhere. Feed S bleach.
Ditching ! Ditching ! !
The farmers of Hancock county
hereby noliued that any of them
may neeu tne services oi an
Engineer in lajing out ditches can
accommodated by calling on M.
Gray, Civil Engineer, of Findlay.
Fahrney's Famous Remedy.
Dr. Fahrney's Blood Cleanser or
Panacea is becoming a very popular
family medicine. Nothing better to
cleanse the blood. Try it. . See ad
vertisement in another column.
Stop Your Swindling:,
John Adams & Bro. aro putting
the Starr Lightning Rods for 15
per foot, and warrant their
Fresh Lime, All The Time !
Constantly on hand at 18 cents per
bushel, in Jackson township, 4 miles
town. Wm. Bisuor.
Seed Potatoes for sale by
Slicks fc McMAXKXf s.
Peerless King of Earlies, Prolific and
Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas and
Advertising alone does not produce
success. The thing wnicu is adver
tised must have intrinsic merit, or
large advertising will eventually
it more harm than good. If you
anything which you know to be
good, advertise it tkorougMy, and you
be sure to succeed ; if it is poor,
don't praise it, for people will soon
discover you are lying
Such is the policy of the Barling-
Route, which runs to threlf great
regions in the West: 1st, To Omaha,
connecting -with the great Pacific
Roads. 2J, To Lincoln, the capital
Nebraska, and all that beautiful
region south oi the Platte, filled with
R. lands and homesteads. 3 J, To
Joseph, Kansas City and all Kan
The roads are splendidly built,
have the best bridges, finest cars, the
Miller platform and coupler, and the
safety air brake (to preveut the loss
life that is every where else hap
pening) ; Pullman's sleepers, Pull
man dining cars, large and powerful
engines (to make quick time and
good connections), and are in a word
best equipped roads in the West.
that if you desire to go safely,
sureiy, quietly and comfortably to
pcint in Southern Iowa, Ne
braska, Kansas, or on the Pacific
Roads, be sure that you go "By Way
All who wish particular informa
tion, an l a large map, showing cor
rectly the Great West, and all its
railroad connections, can obtain
them, and any other knowledge, by
addressing Genoral Passenger Agent,
& Mo. R. R. Burlington, Iowa.
With its gloomy attendants, low
spirits, depression, involuntary emis
sions, loss of semen, spermatorrhoea,
loss of power, dizzy head, loss of mem
ory, aud threatened impotence and
imbecility, fkid a sovereign cure in
HUIIPRBBTS' HOMBOPATTJIC SPBCIFlC
No. Twbbtt-Eight. Composed oi
most valuable mild and potent
curatives, they strike at once at the
root of tbe matter, tone np the sys;
tern, arrest the discharges, and im
part vigor and energy, lite and vitali
to the entire man. Tbey have cur
thousands of cases. Price, $5 per
package of five boxes and a large 12
vial, which is very important in obsti
nate or old cases, or tl per single box.
Sold by all Druggists, and sent by
mail on receipt ot price. Address,
Humphreys' Specifio Homeopathic
Medicine Cc, 562, Broadway, New
LANTZ RAY On the loth, at tbe residence
Henry Brown, In Blanchard township, by
Rev O. Kennedy. Mr. Peter N. Lanta and
Miss Ella Ray, both of Putnam county, Ohio.
ETCH Y J AMES Bv D. B. Beardsler. Esq.
May 16,- Mr. John Etchy, and Mrs. Ellen
James, all of Flnalay.
ORAUEL COOK On the 16th Inst, by Rev.
B. Hoeden, Mr. Jacob Urauel and Mia
Mary a. Cook, all or this conn ty
Thursday, May 23, 1872.
Eooa. 10 eta.
A1N. Wheat better at $1.73; Oats 33i-S.
Buttek Dull at 16 ets for cbolcj.
?OJ. Shoulder. Hides, ic - Hams. c
1 2031 '5
POTATOKH ll ."
31 ' 1 1 "
: vs2 oo
Live Stock Markets.
Live Stock Markets. BUFFALO, May 21.
Cattt.k RMvtnfi 9-1M. niakinff- tbe utinnlv
'or the week 7,a, or 420 cars, against 23.) cars
wees, xne maraeiopenea uuii sou noni-
were nrni at last weeK s rates, Duyers
Klstinn on a sliubt decline. Metlloni ea
PWI1HT1S M ...l.llll.'l. Jill
or about U: one lot of extra cattle broaebt
r.i . . . .... , - . . - . . .w . . .. . a . .
l ; Iff Illlnoissteersofl0H0tol442ltatf6)S0
OOr&B l"1' lSCnnndastorken lof ml Dsn
8h rep None In market: supply Ihns far
ilnv ruppeu uiiio sneep oi iu to vi niHai ee Vl
376 Michimn elln
-, Texas cuppea sneep oizir-ssit shuij;
Prices rau-re from 95 50 to
peu sneep oi so R at 17
S5 60 to 17 25. according to
nu-ta ncwiu-s -n-, muaiu- uidi-uiiii I.I I
the week, 700, against 71wt last week. All on
P??!1? 9-u. theoemand for shipping and
local trade is good, with a slleht advance
Sales SVl Illinois botes of 21 Us at (a.
STMGEB THAN FICTION !
IMA AHAhlC JP Dpa
Jilli rlUfllllO UC Ul Us
Beat tbe World In the Trice and Quality of
Asan Example, call and exam
ine the Improved Native
Dram Cook Store, Flat
Top North Slar Cook
Stove, and other Cook Par
and Box Stoves. All kinds ol
JOB WORK !
Tin, Copper & Sheet Iron
Work, Done to Order.
THET ABB ALSO AGBBTS FCB
Iron, Well and Cistern Pumps,
Dinner Bells, Clothes Line
Wire, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Are also putting np Genuine
Star Galvanized Lightning
Rods, at 15 cents per foot.
U. Smith. Plaintiff, 1 Before D. B. Beards
seainst I ley. Justice of the
Springer, (given name l'eace or Findlay
unknown.) I township, Hancock
UelenuJMH j tammy, vruiu.
rm i ho lxi h dnv of Miv A. D. 1K72L said Jus
IsKued an order of Attachment in the
above action ior tne sum ox um uouar
Kiubty-Bve cents, and Interest on the same
the aith day of March, A. D. 1872.
Mayzww r . xi. .ijiu li.
XfOTlCE is nereDy (fiven tnai ino estate oi
Knuire Martin, late ot Hancock county
deceased, has oeen by the Probate Uoart
said county, declared Insolvent, and tbe
the pend ol six months from the date
this notice Is allowed creditors to bring
prove the claims against said estate to
o i r. I ii r..i nivimia',
Administrator of said deceased.
haver Bros. Att'y.
Flndla May SWw
P., Ft. W. & C. Railway.
AND ArTEtt Nov. lzin, isri. Trains win
leave Stations dally, (Sundays excepted,)
TKAIXS OOI2TO WEST.
1.45 a m
9.30 a m
6.15 p m
8.45 a ni
635 p ml
12.30 a m
2JA a m
3.05 a m
TKAIXS GOIXO SAsT.
12.40 a ni
8.05 a m
8 ..'10 am
i.u a m
4.30 a in
General Passenger and Ticket Apt.
Lake Erie and Louisville Railroad.
To take effect Monday, Nov. 13, 1871.
Passeneer. and Mall.
5:40 a ml:40 p m
... . nrup z.-iu
8:30 " 2:32
8:34 " 2:48
6:47 " 33
.7:02 " a-'-M
Trt L'.VT.T i v
No. 4 NoJAc
bTATJOMS. Passenger, and Mall
rive Fiemont .6.15pm JJOi ni
- Winters g-g
- Am.l ... " " ZIOM
Arrive Fostorl a 7.15 ..
iave " 7 iiu-m
ArcadiaZIH " ll w
8.00 " 11.40
IfMAMAnnAittlnna arA made at Monroeville
Mansfield, Columbus, Ac Leaving Findlay
at5.40a m, arrive at Cleveland at 10.55 a m,
Toledo at 10.00 am. -rv.i...
ljeavecieveiaaa sujw v ..-.
55 pm, arriving at Findlay same evening,
levins Cleveland at 6.0a am. and Toledo at
a m, arrive at r iuui"j JIY "
" . ii .Mam
ijeave nnaiay i- v ,
I....I nt a hi .ni Tniedoat lJ3o same evening.
mrPoMenger, by thi road will reacA findlay
wiier than by ojy alherTOuU.
Buy Tickets eta r remoni, in v.'"- ,"
iIkIii uih. ticket offices of the Lake Shore
1. H. Bmtooos. Master Transportation.
Cincinnati, Sandusky and Cleveland
and altw Monday, Nov.
run aa follows (unuyoccicM.
findlay Ace. Past
! 20 amull 45 am
a 20 am-12 40 pm
25 am-12 45 pm
,, 7 12 am 1 25 pm
-9 00 am 2 5o pm
, . lDSaam-IOftSnm
in 40 pm 7 40 pm
TheSJiOa m train connects lal Carey with
o jo pmi iu pm
STnSJ'-VVri&naVBprlngfleld at 2.22
m-rwhnrn atiLOO Dm: Dayton at &3o
CincinnaU at 6.00 p m.
Lear BuSalo 00 pm . o? am
4 . , iui um iO .x sm
CleTand 6 35 am ? ?0 pm
' Sandusky-. 800am "ISPS
Arrtssciyde 8 45 am 646 pm
Leooc Clyde . 8 55 am,,,, S 00 pm
XrrtatCarev M) 20 am, 7 SO pm
Leoee Carey 1023am ' P
strrtesFlndlav 11 am...., . ... 8 80 pm
Tnr! i.M fmm Findlav to all
Imoonant minu reached by this line can be
nmmi ...... i.iinn In Findlay. Throueb
Tickeu to Findlay by this line are on sale
the offices of the Lake bhorend In Toledo
baggage checked throuch.
. n p. - unsHR. SLOAN E.
A LI- KINDS of Watch and Clock Repairing
A. and all Jobbing belonging to his line
son. neauy .prompuy, anawj
O. W. KIM MRU
1 kavcjnstorencd.oot a new
in Kimrael's BIoclc, where I propose to make
conseqn?ntly will be ab!o tntjive better satis-
iiu-uou man 11 runnin nils DiKtiueiu In eon
nectloii with Pli'H.Rjrapiiy. ax In I hat case it
Is geuerallyiilii;lilvJ. J uiii pn-paretl to uuike
ANY SIZED GEM
from 4-1 (for liansinc) down to the smallest
linieiMi makiug it an interest to all those
wauling Ibis Kiud oi pictures to
and will be thankful for the natronaee of all.
and especially will betclodtohavemv friends
ran 011 me wno naTe paironizeu wneo inniu-
uuMiiem in nils couniy. A. . jJAVI.-i,
UNION AND RED JACKET
For Sale by
SLIOER and McMAMESS.
B3"Every Churn Warranted
Please Call and Sec Tliciu at
DRESS GOODS !
"We are offering; at
POPULAR PRICES !
SEER SUCKER !
EKAS AND MIRiPuSA STRIPES
J. WHEELER & m.
Jacob Cromley, Plt'ff.l Before D. B. Deanls
agalnst I ley. Justice if 1 he
8prlnger,(wb8e given y Peace of Flndluy
Is unknown.) i township. TI:incock
iMicnaank county, unio.
On the 13th day ol Mny. A. D. 1872. said Jns-
issued an order ot Attachment, in tbe
abuve action, for tbe sum of Twenty-one IxjI
lars and Three cents, and interest thereon
the 31st day ol January. A. D. 1872.
Findlay May 21th 1S72-3W
Lake Erie & Louisville Railway
FREMONT, OHIO, May 10, 1872.
SEALED proposals will be received at this
office until June 4th, A. I ., l.S72,at 10 o'clock
Al., for furnishing all maierialsand putting
all Culverts and llnue and for compiet-
all tbe clearing.
gruuoiDg anu graoine.
except upon the old work, on the line of this
Road between Beaver Dam, In Allen county,
ana u Marys, in Auxiaize, county
except about one mile through the town
Also, for seventy-five thousand cross-ties.
Twenty-live thousand of the cross-ties must
Deueiiverecon ine line oi ine itnaa uetween
Reaver Dam and Lima, and ft fty-thonsond
between Lima and St. Marys. The work be
tween Beaver Dam and Lima, must be com
pleted before the 7th day of August next, and
work between Lima and SU Marys must
completed belore the 10th day of beptein-
Profiles, estimates and specifications can
seen at the office of tbe Chief Knglneer in
Fremont. Ohio, and bids are invited for tbe
work, or for separate parts to snit con
Engineers wlu be at work on the line be
tween Findlay and Beaver Dam. during tbe
nexttwo weeks, who are authorized to con
tract for bridges, culverts and cross-ties on
part of the line. L.",lUV'SOX,
Is hereby given, that n petition
will be presented to the Commissioners of
Hancock county, at their next session, to lie
on the first Monday of June. A. D.
praying for the alteration and straightening
tbe State Koad leading from Tiffin, in Sen
eca county, to Defiance, In Defiance county,
Ohio, commencing at a point on the half sec-
tionliineot section six h, in townsnip iwoiii.
North ranze twelve (12) East. In said County
Hancock, Ohio, a few rods south-west of
Wm. Redmans dwelling-house, thence an
easterly direction across lands of said Red
man, James aiciauy, uni.ii i. intersects me
presentstate Road as above-named .ntor near
aweiung-nouse ui miu jnira ..i..i, ,
thereby cutting oira great bend in said road,
laying It on better ground.
ADrll llM)W JA.W.3II1W.S1JL1,
and many other Petitioners.
1MJ WHOM IT MAY wsihtti : jsrui.io
men and others are hereby notified, that
they are forbidden to shoot game of any kind
the premises or iarmsoi t' uuuc-i
unless it be by special permission.
April 1 1372. iuluaiu
. .1111 It..l1wlll
ALL persons are nereoy oouuto, -
...ii,wmntrncted by any one. on
2rotint. without a written order.
account, wiumui H AKLEa XAYLOR.
Allen Twp April 2S.1&.2.
Charles Vanhorn, Plt'fl,
Matthias Marvin, Deft
Before A. P. Byal, JusUce or tne peace oi
theSlh dayol May,A.D.ls.72,said Justice Is
sued an order ol Attachment, in the above ae
Findlav townsnipjiancoca county ,uuiu . u
tion,lor tbe sum oi r iny-iwoanu wiw oui
lur. ana ten uuiutrs in uun,r v."..
Msv 2t tw vua,
ay 24 3w
OTICElsbereby eiren thut I have lost
rcints riiiA on or before the 17th of April 1ST2:
ou'e lor tJO due April 17, 1K7S, with 10 per
cent, interest irom uaw. run w
warned against buying them
REAPER & MOWER !
T.h tt. Tv.hr. of Allen township. Is Agent
the Excelsior Self-Raking or Dropping
Reaper and Mower, and will order the same
any one desiring iu
PoMoffice address, Van Buren, Hancock Co
Ohio. May 17 tf.
Look at a List of Prices.
Thev Sell a good Silk Parasol for 100.
They Sell a Good Kid Glove for 100.
They Soil a Heavy Muslin yard wide lOcts.
They Sell a Fine Muslin yard wide 12Icts.
They Sell Calicos at
They Sell Calicos at
They Sell the Best
Thev Sell a Good Corset at 50cts.
They Sell Lace Curtains for 20cts.
They Sell Corded Alpacas all colors 25c ts.
THEY SELL THE BEST SHILLING GIMGHAMS IU FIHDLAY
They Have a Nice
SPRING DRY GOODS, DRESS
GOODS, MILLINERY. HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES &c.,
AT P SICES CQI3I
T0TJ CAN SAVE LOTS OP MONEY BY
GOING TO EATON'S STORE
It is Easy Enough to Make
Save it. You will learn the
Store. Thousands have learned it.
'We ' will Fight It Out on This Line If It
Takes All Summer."
RETRENCHMENT AND REFORM
Believing that the party that carried the coun
try triumphantly and safely through a struggle
for life, and an Administration that has reduced
the National Debt nearly $300,000,000 that
has had the courage to
own ranks (and not permitted them to go ree on nominal
bail), that Investigation makes stronger with the
people is deserving the united support of the
party, we ask aU Republicans to aid us in circu
lating the JEFFERSONIAN. Hand the paper to
your neighbor, and ask him to.subscribe.
Thanking an appreciative public that has in
creased our list from 1300 toOOO since we have
owned the paper and our list is steadily increas
ing we ask our friends one and all to see that
THE GOOD WORK
SOME BARGAINS IN
Boots & Shoes
Calicos at lOcts.
Stock of AH Kinds of
WITH THE ABflVI.
Money, bnt the Secret is to
Secret hy' going to Eeton's
Our Own Party !
punish defaulters in its
S2.oo per Year.
Special Election Notice.
Or rice or thi TRtrraaor- LrmntrvT. -v
Hancock Couxrr. stat r6aE
To the ouali fied EbHnrt of Liberty Jbn.jw-
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT -row
i.1 following written reqnest,signdbvm
than one huwlred resident Ux-ituiI?2I?
ore of said township of UlwyT bii SZ
made npon the trnsteee of said UnrnshAwIi
"To the Trustees of Liberty townshln tt.
cock coon-T. Ohio: - - . ""P.n-
" We, the'undersigned, resident tax-pavlna
electors of Liberty twp- Hancocitoonnty o
mAM than An. hnnHrwl innnmKa. - .
fnllv reouest that yon construct s, Wif-
from a point wliere the Lake Erie and Louis,
ville Railroail bed crosses the eastJtneor said
township, being the northesMera terminus
Uiencein a southwesterly direction tn
where said Lake Erie and LonJsvUJe Baiimi
bed crosses the sooth line of said Liberty
townshin. beinarthe southwestern termlBnr
said Uoad, and both termini being la said
That voaannroDriatethesnmof rlveThon.
sand i3o,000t toward the construction of said
railroad, snch sum not exceeding five ner
cent, of the assessed valuation of the real sod
personal property of saua townanip oi liberty
That the said amount of Ave thousand dol
lars be In bonds of said township ot Liberty;
tht i.l homls shall be ordinary eon dob
iw.n.i. .ml . , , I bonds and eousiona thereto
attarbed, shall be payable at the Treasury of
Hancock county. Ohio, inaisuu uuuusuutu
hr inures a.t the rate of eight percent, per
... ki M.tiii.snnni&iiv on tlie nxsft
day of March and tbe first day of September
of each year. That of said amount, the sum
of two hundred and fifty dollars shell become
due and payable on the first day of March.
1S74- andtwo hundred and fifty dollarson the
flrst'day of September, W74 ; and two hundred
l7i; and two hundred and fifty dollars on the
A u.nimnhiir. 1M75: and two hundred
and fifty dollars on the first day of March.
IKlb; ana two nunureu . . "Z
the first day of September, 1876; andtwobun
dred and liitv dollarson the first day of March.
first day of September, 1877 ; and two hundred
and nity dollars on the first day of March,
laTs; anu two nuuumi " j ..u hi.
first day of September, 17; and two hundred
and fifty dollurs on the first aay pi aiarcn,
17- and two hundred and fifty dollarson the
first day of September, lr7; and two hundred
and fifty dollars on tbe first day of March,
ietw; ana two uunureu muunj uvimvu .uv
first day of September, INS); and two hundred
and fifty dollars on the first day of March,
IsI ; anu two nnnurea sdudhj uuiiwsug w
first dnvof MeDtember. lwl : and two hundred
and nn v dollars oi the first day of March.
1a&; and twohundredandfiftyuollarsonthe
first day of September, lss2; and two hundred
and fifty dollars on the first day of March.
lust; and two hundred and fifty dollars oa the
first day of September, l&tt.
That said bonds shall be executed In the
usual and ordinary manner of exeentin
township bonds bv the Trustees and Clerk at
said township of Liberty and signed by them ;
hat said bonds shall be in denominations as
follows, to wit: Twenty bonds numbered
consecutively from one to twenty Inclusive
fifty dollars each, and forty bonda number
ed consecutively from twenty-one to sixty,
both inclusive of one hundred dollars each.
That to each and every of said bonds shall
attached tbe usual and neeessarv intermit
coupons, corresponding in date and number
with the bonds to which tbey are attached;
which coupons shall be signed by the written
signature of the Clerk of said township of
Liberty. That yon call a meeting ot the qual
ified electors of the township of Liberty, Han
cock county. Ohio, at tbe time and place,
and In the manner provided by law, on
tbe loth day mt Jane, A.
the usual placeof holding elections In said
township of Liberty; and require said voters
the special election so to be held, to vote
or against sue construction ui tuo pro
posed railroad, and the request herein bad,
and that you give the notice by publication
required by law. This request Is made under
the provisions of an Act of the General As
sembly ot the State of Ohio, entitled An
Act to authorize counties to build railroads,
and to lease and operate tbe same," passed
April aid, 1872, ana ior tne pupose oi avail
ing saidtownsbipof all the benefits, powers
and privileges of said Act."
Heury c. Kntz, Robert Kutx, H. TT. Metzler.
Jacob D. Kutx, John Whlssleman, D. L. Price,
Jobn W. Ferguson, Charles-Fisher, Peter
Ueorge, David George, Robert Bovard, John
Wickbam, Justus Chase, U. P. Clark, R.
Watson, Abranam Grose, it. w. viara,
W. Boyd, A. J. Miller, E. Goody, William
Cusae, L. C. Smith, Abraham cassei, 11. s.
LTOninger, jonn onieiter, tjroBuniuu, TV ill.
Cosac, Reuben Fry, Park Kohner, Henry
Fry, Jefferson Radebaugb, William Smeltzer.
D. Clark, C. Ewiug. Wm. Renninger,
Jacob Komick, Jacob Grubb, Joseph Wilson,
Rudolph Ewing, Upward Reese, Amos Leigh t,
L. Poe, O. C. Groves. U. Benninger. H.
lleckerman, E, S. Beed. John Boyles,
Adam Smeltzer, L W. Moorhead, William
rouse, John R. Dye, Jesse Walters. Thomauf
Walters, David Sherick, William Watson, Jr.,
A. McCleUan, Byson Culp, Amos Fount,
Frederick Probst, Solomon More, H. Powell,
G. Cutea, SL Heckerman, John Walters,
Jacob Walters, Ad Walters, Michael Bolton,
M. Watson, M.S. Tisdale, Jacob Heck, A.
Powell, Theodore Powell, Charles Flugga,
Anthony Cramer, Andrew Cramer. C.
Swisher, G. W. Swisher, Geo. Crosby, Hiram
Cox. W. Fenstermaker. Abraham Treese, Oli
ve rPowelL David M. Powell. Peter F. Powell,
George W. Hoppaa. John W. Powell. John
Leman, K. Browneller, A. Benson, L Miller,
John Bergman. Sr, Henry Bish, JSoah Heas
ton, John Rankle, James BarnhiU. Geo. H.
Now Ian. R, H. BarnhilL J no. Radabaugh,
Peter Foltx. Robert BarnhiU, Samuel Sager,
ton Sager, Amoa Heaston, John Sager,
Lewis Sager, Milton Povenmlre, Daniel B.
Wagner. A- Phillips. George Sager, Joseph
LiUenberger, J. B. Wagner, Bigelow Behfe.
Prank Boobring. John Schoonover, Perry
Foltx, Samuel Kutx.
-That in accordance with said request,
meeting of the electors of said Liberty town
ship is hereby called, and .a special election
said purpose is hereby called and ordered
the usual place of holding elections in said
township of Liberty, on
Honda,?. Jause 19.1S73,
between? the honrs of six o'clock A. M., and
o'clock P. M at which .time and place
said electora are required to vote for or
aicainst the construction ot said proposed
railroad, theiwrowtngoltheamount named,
a fund for tl'l purpose, and tbe other re
quests therein L-iade. The opinion of said
electors snail be ex wreased on their ballots as
follows: M Railroad 'Ves," or -Railroad No,"
which ballots shall u .-ranted and returned
the Judzea and rlrl of election as In
other cases. T. ?4L.5
Trustees of Liberty Township, HaiO cow-
m T . ruawa
NOTICE la hereby given thai a petition will
be presented to the bmmniAnn .r
Hancock county, Ohio, at their next session
be held on the first Monday of Jcne, A. D.
praying for the establishment of a Coun
ty road along the following described route
: Commencing at the northeast cor
ner of section thirtv-Lhrvie thnM wa.t
the section lines between sections (33) and
twenty-eight (28). and through on the section
between sections thirty-two (32) and
twenty-nine (2U), and Intersect the road run
west to ine Taylor school bouse and
terminate, all la Blanchard townshln.
Hancock county, Ohio.
They also petition the Commissioners' tc
vacate the road commencing at the north line
section thirty-two Si), near William Wick
ham's boose, and running In a southeasterly
direction to the county road between Tftctlon
tnirxy-inree i-s) ana uurty-two 3Z.
April 12, TA-3 4w J. O. WELLS.
eignea oy many petitioners.
A.AB.F. Kimmons Co.1 Before D. B
Beardsley. J. P.
On tbe lJth day of May. A. D. 1872. said Jus
issued an order of attachment in the above
action for the sum of Seven and 47-100 dollars
costs. A. x B. F. KIMMONS A CO.
J. A. Bops, Att'y May 17-3w.
T'HE undersigned has been duly appointed
executor of the late will and testament ol
Delilah Ly tie, late or Hancock county, Ohio,
deceased. All persons indebted to tbe estate
requested to make Immediate payment ;
tbose having clalma against the same
present them duly authenticated to tbe
undersigned lor allowance,
May 17 J. H. JOHNSTON.
All are Interested !
AST ONE wishing to purchase a Watch,
Clock, or Jewelry, should call on
G. IF. KImmel,
Who takes pleasure In showing goods, and
warrants every thing to be ae he represents.
D. BEARDSLEY & CO.
Real Estate Agents,
Offer the following Choice
Property for Sale. -
TWO CHOICE LOtAjJT NORTH SIDE OF
Lincoln Street, East or Main, inclosed by
good substantial fence, and gntteied and
paved In front. Terms reasonable.
THE UNDIVIDED ONE-HALF INTEREST
In Cooper Soop, Materials and Tools, and
lots oi grouno, on wnicn tne same ia situ-
ated, in Findlay, O. The shop is in operation
doing a paying buatneta. Will be sold
SMALL BRICK EOTJSE AST LOT IS
Center SL, North Findlay. Pleasant resi
dence for small family. Location desirable.
Price low and terms easy.
FARM OT EIGHTY-THREE ACRES
with 80 acres cleared. A good IS stay
frame dwelling honse,barn, orchard and never
Calling spring of good water. Location 4 miles
east of Carev.Cs on Tymocbtee Creek. Farm
composed of about equal parts, upland and
tuver bottom lanua.
TWO LOTS ON WEST S AN D L 3-h. I oiiU.err
well fenced, with side walk. Street Mcv
Adamizeu. r or saie or
Hancock, Putnam or W ood counties.
ONE LOT ON Kvai li-iiulb Oi.tvr.r.1
"ellgeble location. Will sell cheep lor cash
R SALE OR TRADE. A VALUABLE
-Midenceon South-side of Sanduskv st
anrl near tbe business next of town, a vond
story dwelling house, with eleven rooms
complete, w vuu uvun, wvu, cistern. Darn
and truit trees. Will be sold for one-third
purchase money In hand, ami one-third in
one and two years.
t?n ACRES PRIME LAND IN VERNON
lllllrnnnl. WIma.M. 11 1 . 1 w.1
soil, and about one-half of the tract well tim
bered. Will sell for cash or exchange ior
lands In this or adjoining counties. Price 8
Af ACRES IN DOUGLASS COUNTY,
Minnesota- 2 mUes from Railroad
running from St. Cloud to the Northern Pa
cific R.R Well timbered, and abundance or
good, clear water. Five miles from oounty
seat, w til sell or trauo rwr"
GOOD CORNER DTrr WITH FRAME
bous hnrZ; out building well, cistern
and auSnWfrtiit. Price tUOu, payments
IiOTSON CLINTON STREET JTOBTH
1.'. ... 1 1 u V.
Good new frame boose for two
utmmes. Five Tears to make paymenls. .