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URBAN A UXION.
i hi:ls:-?l.-)0 a
ay at-!- In
ri- SU' of the Union with Union of
WEDNESDAY Jancart SI, 1572.
fiotv closed ou last JIond.iv at rl 10; :
FRAUDS IN TRADE.
Dons right cheating iu the uoniium ;
trade uf buying and seliius is almost
universal, aud men w ho du really cheat.
and know it til. would not like to be
called cheats aud rogues.
.some year ag the proprietors' of a
Now-paper in New York, tent an agent
to w i lain leading shops . to purchase
leaoiug article; wuicn mey piau-
cd in the hand? of a skilful person to
analyse, aud then the Newspaper pub
lirilud the name of the persons from
whom it was bought, and the quality of
It. lite i ropneloMol mc paper luunu
tlii- t, l.n ,1 ,,,,liitl:il Tln-r,' ',1'l'l'fl
" . -
twu modes of "'healing: one wars to give
full weight, but to adulterate: the other
r.aj, a Hire article, out Miori weignt.
Now why was this? aud how were the
sellers able to doit: The leading lea
"on was to meet the wishes of purchas-
ci- wlio came in a ciieatiug spun to get
things for less than their value. 1 ney
must have a thing cheap, for a
less than the common price. So the
trickster behind the counter had an ar-
tide a little, cheaper to su.t them;
If you buy a kit of Mackerel It is oue
nrm .mailer, tnaa lormeny-so o. a can
of Oysters, it U .mailer -a bos of imok-
ed Herring is only three fom tus of the
ff run Itiiv h oiiM-e uf f-i!li. it entitains
, i,i , j
ieei );tus a tpooi ui luieuu, ji
wound on a cheating spool. The people
seem to like the cheatry, and if they
undertake to choose a President or a
Congressman, they select an inferior
man expecting of cjuiso to be cheat
ed somehow, either iu quality or meas
APPORTIONMENTS FOR CONGRESS.
In all the apportionments for lie pre
sentation in Congress, prior to 1SW, there
was struggle aud delay, from the reluct
ance of some " states to have their num
ber of Representatives reduced, as they
must be unless the whole House was in-1
creased in number, as the growth
New States required. And there WM
waysa struggle on the part of ,cme
States to have the ratio &o fixed as to
l.tli.n, ttiH.,,t u b..-r-fr.,r.t;r,n. In
of ti.es rlelavs. most of
the States were driven to the necessity
of an extra Session of their Legislature
iuthe second vear after the Census t0
adjust anew their Congressional Dis -
tricts. This difficulty was Anally over -
come by fixing in advance, the num-
her of which Congress should consist,
and making it the duty of the Secreta-
rv of the Interior, an officer then newlv
created, to declare the number of Rep-
rutt-ntafivoa in uinVh pst.-h Ft ate wa?
entitled. The old difficulty has now re-
curred uuon us. The growth of popula-
1 such and particularly in the West,
nany of the old states must sub-
mit to a reduction of the number of
Representatives if the fixed number is
adhered to, aud so they seek to retain
their present uumliersby enlarging the
aggregate,- Each House of Congress
have reported bills for apportionment.
The Senate adhering to thepreseut num
ber for the House as near as possible
the House increasing the preseutnum-
her, which is 24 !, to S3. Il'c give a ta-1
which shows the present number of
Representatives for each State, aud the
numbers proposed iu the new bills,
Congressmen in (sue aud Congressmen:
iuoiewill liud it useful iu studying
their future districts, aud making a fore-!
caste of Chances; for themselves and
their party, by cutting offacouuty here,
aud sticking iu another there. Aud as
Mr. Secretary lioutwell thought it of
importance that he should attend to our
State election last year, even he may
take an interest in it, as a thing, that
may afieet his Shinplaster money.
State Law now Senate Bill House Bill
Alabama C. 6. 7
Arkansas 3. - 3. 4
California 3. 4. 4
Connecticut I. 3. 4
Delaware 1. 1. 1
Florida 1. 1. 1
Georgia 7. 7, 9
Illinois 14. 1. 19
Indiana 11. 10. 12
Iowa 6. 7. 9
Kansas .1. 2. 3
Kentucky 9. S. 10
Louisana 5. 4. 5
Maine -5. 3. 5
Maryland 5. 4. 6
Massachu'ts 10. 9. 11
Michigan 6. 7. 9
Minnesota 2. 2. 3
Mississippi 5. 5. 7
Missouri 9. 10. 13
Nebraska 1. 1. 1
Nevada 1. 1. 1
N Hampshire 3. 2. 2
New Jersey 5. 5. .7
New York SI. 27. 32
N Carolina 7. G.
Ohio 19. IS. 20
Oregon 1. 1. 1
Peussylvatiia24. 22. 25
Rhode Island 2. 1. 2
S Carolina 4. 4. o
Tennessee S. 7. 0
Texas 4. o. 0
Vermont 3. 2. 2
Virginia 8. 7. 9
W Virginia 3. 2. 3
Wisconsin 0. 6. 6
Total 213. 241. 2S3
The. above was written on Tuesday
morn iug and in typu when the Cincin-
nati papers came, aud from these we
learn thatlhc House bill had passed the
Senate, aud so, it may be considered a9
that the next House is to be 40
members larger than the present. Of
eourse, every State that is below the
Standard rate of gain iu population
struggled to avoid losing a member.-
There was no doubt a more potc-tit elc-
meat at work, and that is the 4) elector.
al votos for riesiut-nt.
Tilt bill as passed contain one good
piovition good if stuck tj, and that is, .
that uew Slates must have a population ;
of fifty thousand people.
Aud it contains one very bud one; ;
which declares that if any State shall '
deprive auy class, of persou of a right
to vote.it fcbull lose ia tti reprusenta-
tion: Coiigrtssuieu have aready Kuat-k
at breaking their oaths, ami this is oue
'of tho times. Thu constitution says that
'RepteseiK&tives shall be apportioned
anion" the ieveral elates according to
their respective numbers.
SPRINGFIELD ON BUCK CREEK.
A place of thir, natne W; 'Springfield
il.nvn hi Ttnrlc f'rpfk' l:is itself ad-
.. . . , f,in(.:..n!lti ialJtMl by
! 'Special Dispatch' and when the 'Speci
;al Jlispatcnei" lails lo unu a uurgwij ;
unraunii" i o- ,
In something from Urbana. riease take j
l uoticc, 'Daily uesiiaicner iuhi uimu.
ii, .,l imfl mihI ntttorietv aim :
. .roatlv obliged ir "let alone
rnuExorKJiCAi. Joi kxal. .
of!uasn' ilu"' uau'tt "' M' '
j To forestall this taste, aud supply some.
f to the ma s J-W-J-
four copies for $11, aud ten or luore co
ble j pies for $5,50 each. Orange Judd & Co.,
i Publishers. 21-5 Broadway, 'ew York
I Fuk Everybody. - makes its appear,
ance iu an improved form. The first
j thau subscribe for the Lady's Friend,
; Price S'2.00 a year. Four copies, S'6.
i Eight copies (and one gratis) ?12. The
i Lady's Friend aud tho Saturday Eve
settled 1 ning Post, 8-1. Published by Deauoo &
! Peterson, Philaelphia, UitBAN.v Union
1 and the Lady's Friend for 83. a year.
; Am. styles of Men's and Boy's Gloves
and Mitts cheap at Wilder'.
!has begun the year well. In no other
; periodical do. we find human nature so j
thoroughly treated. We always see';
i Kimiethill" which entertains and some-
. I( . .,,li4i r m i 1 v
m iue Iu ,hc Fchruiiry number we
etld inustrated articles., aud siketcbes ou
Muwiu g;Jamu3 Deuoon Uaymert
culluent Xorwego. American; How
1'ucultics Combine; Protoplasm; or
..... pi.aii T.tf. r.vnrion
: liiU ' 1 J l V v, i iij 1 - -
its Anatomy and Philo-phy; Conjugal
piVchologv. Josbua Wahou, the Phil-
&nh le " CLurchinaU; Follow your
Qr How tfae Xoge lndicatesj ehar.
,,ir. T?liPiim.iHstn. its Causes and Cure.
. . , .
Pre-Adamites Found in the Bible, a
new reading of Genesis; Governor Wash
burn of Massachusetts; A Marvelous Con-;
jurer; Pickles, ete. Price 30 cents, single
Xos.; S3 a year. S. P.. TT'ells, 2ew
Take it to yolk Home. It Is soj
much the fashion nowadays to convey
information, and moral truths aud sen-
tirneuts, in the form of Stories, that eveu
some popular lecturers have adopted
thisetyleofaddres3. The mas of peo-j
pie. especially the young, demand sto-1
lies to such a degree, that papers filled
with sensational novels aud exciting,
, , ' ' , , , ,
trash v stun, have a wiUo cjicuiauou.
" ""7, ' T";: 1
lieiy vi mai yui,
of first-cliiss writers,
- T T,l. T-.l-owl
""" a, lugnu.,
! Ecglestou, Mary E Dodge, Louisa M.
Aleott, Edward Everett Hale, Ehzabeht
Stuart Phelps, Harriet Prescott fepoflord,
! Kot,e Terry, Maria K. Oakey, Lucia G
Junkie, aud many others, who furnish
! to this Journal the best Original Stories,
of the purestcharactcr and highest grade
j thus conveying much instruction ia a
j pleasing form. Besides these, thft weekly
loose, tut uen-ij
contains a large !
Hearth aud Home
amount of first-class reading, editorial, :
literature, art, t,eieuce, amusement, IU
truetion for the housekeeper, the gar- j
dener, the farmer; a capital department j
- , ., , i -v- ,1... nn.A i
for Children and Youth; the news of the
day; financial aud market reports, etc.
; Its engravings, costing over t-J,ow a
year, aro of a high order of merit unsur
passed by any Illustrated paper ill the
world. Altogether, Hearth and Home
is such a journal as may be safely and
very profitably taken into any family. It
is supplied at the low rate of $3 a year:
number of the second volume of this
handsomely illustrated monthly inclos
ed iu a beautiful Illustrated cover. The
illustrations on the opening i entitled
Grandmas Come; the back is a beautiful
illustrated border. It opens with a
story entitled . Joseph Golding's last
Christmas; on the same page an illus
tration entitled, AtThe Well; other il
lustrations through the number entitled
Playing war, Grandfather and Grauson;
Testing The Vintage; The Reproof Af
ter Coomans It also contains some ex-
! celleut reading of a religious, Scientific
! and musical nature. Price per year,
I including a copy of the elegant enrotaer,
I The Stolen -3othersize 13 J by 16 inches.
Two dollars, invariably iu advanco. Ad
Henry H. Sage 53 Allen 'Stret Bufsa
The Lady's Friend For Febuart.
A Superb number of this, the most sty
lish of the Magazines , in every partic
ular. The steel plate, Romeo and Ju
liet, is uncommonly beautiful, and very
finely engraved, the tasteful Colored
Fashion Plate gives the latest aud most
: elegant styles aud 'The Spring in the
i Wood", is a delightful rural picture.
j The music is theTritonieu Galop, There
j are some captivating models for riding
I hats and sashes, and an abundance of
patterns for ladies, dresses and fancy
work. But the illustrations to stories,
j a specialty as we observe of this maga
j ziiie are the most spirited things of the
! kind to be found, particularly "What I
i Dared to Do." How could one help
i reading the story that belonged to such
j a picture? The literary matter, the sto
I ties and poems, are signally good, even
j for this magazine. Mrs. Hosmer's Mis
' sion Work is excellent; . is Miss Muz
I zey's 'Tragedy of Death;' while Mrs.
i Wood's serial novel promises to be one
J of unusual interest,
j Any lady In want of a stylish aud
1 charming magazine cau not do better
HEW AD VE3S.TIS EBSEXfTS
WO TCI THS-
"'NJyv "Booli StO!G I
.MIAMI ST, GPfBSITE WEAVES HflHSE.
-WDEN YOU WANT
Looking Glus c-
H, . ,.,
riling 1 a per?,
Picture cord a; lassels, Jueiniie liooks,
Reward Cards, Games, &c., &c.
good, and oor prices beferc pnrchatin:;.
o OLD STOCK
to !Sliotv You.
IWKcue nib' r lhi-plic.-:
MADDEN" A SARGF.VI .
"o. 5 Miami blrt-ct,
C-jlU 1; . I'rliiua, Ohio.
THE TRADE WAGON
iaaUire-ppriug aou lutcuded for gtuuralpuf
5e.herei UgUt wagun U quired. Ittuakcsa
15 U DlxN J2JOD V xlAjrWS
Is suitable for both farmers and
grocer?, aud excels
SEWIK5 MACHINE WABON,
Btiiug lighter than tbe ordinary Mud, and U tnade
of the beat quality of material throughout aud
All the principal carriage makers Veep thetu. Send
for descriptive catalo'uu to the niauufscturer?.
S. H. BROWN & CO. -
Nov. "'), Sui-Oia. .
ENTS PKK I'OL'ND FOR
15EST TEA IM-
UEK5.7, Ift.4.C'K,4APAN AJU MLfSp ::
BKOIvEISr TEA LEAP!
This Broken Tea Leaf is of the fluest Cjualiiy aud
of the most exquisite flavor. It is pure leaf, has no
stem?, and is a third glroDgcr thao the whole leaf,
and but one half ite price.
All the lirst-claps hotels thronehnnt the country are
using it cqainuongly aud satisfactorily.
It ia put up for family use in caddies of 15 pounds,
aud sent C. O. IJ.. to any address, and for the trade
in half chests, upon which will lie allowed a liberal
discount. Samples sent free. Addrei-s.
PHI I. A. "BROKEN TEA LEAF CO."
No. 11 South Front Street.
Twenty Five Per Cent. Saved. By
using Dooley's Yeast Powder in the
prepartion of biscnits, rolls, etc, ovpr
any of the ordinary baking powder in
market. This is occasioned by the full
net weight iu each package, and the
fact that it is. composed of articles striot
ly pure, healthy and nutritious, which
insures satisfactory results every time.
By using Dooley's Yeast Powder, thir
ty pounds more bread can be made from
a barrel of flour, than by any other pro
cess of raising dough. A trial will sat
isfy any one of its standard excellence.
For sale by Grocers geuerally.
Progress of the Revolution. A
new light, dawned upon the introduc
tion of Plantatou Bitters twelve years
aeo. Drastic Dunt&tipu went out res
toration aud renovation Came in, The -
eyes of the people were opened otno
great fact that the way to cure disease!
is to strengthen and support its victims,
not to place them at its mercy by de-!
priving them of little strength they have.
Tt- annn hwnrns pviilelit that an a mHHi4
it soon Decame eviueiii inai as a means
of infusing Vitality into the feeble SJ'S-
tem. reunulating the secretions, curing
apil roforijinir a bilflls
luaigesuon, aua reioriaing a oinous
habit Of body, no medicinal preparation
known was at all Comparable to
nowroatnratiirp Sii.i'n ilhpn h I'll-
the new restorative, since men nun-
dreds 01 attempts have been made
rival the Bitters. They have all failed,
and the Grand Revolution In Medical
ireaimeui, wuiun was uuaiaieuteu iu
I860, is still in progress. Nothing can
stop it, for it is founded on the princi
ple, now universally acknowledged , that
physical vigor Is the most formidable
antagonist of all human ailments, and
experience has shown that Plantation
Bitters is a peerless iuvigorant, as well
as the best possible safeguard agaiust
"Tue Trials of a Housekeeper'' are
never experienced by those who use
Dooley's Yeast Powder, now universally
known throughout the country as the
best. It is always ready, always reliable
and requires from a thjrd to a half less
than those of common manqfacture.
This is owing to the perfect purity of the
ingredients entering into its composition
w hich insure the same result every time.
Biscuits, rolls, &c, cau be made with it
in ten minutes, and such as can be eaten
will) tmpumiy luvauuo ui uyopvj.aic.'s
For sale by every first-plaid Grocer.
Choice Mesina Urau ges at Loc per
dozen, at Weaver & Benuamin's '
E. & H. S. CHRISTOPHER, Proprictflrs
THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS HOUSE IN ffiEGl7. .
of aamnufft ?ecM
Taxtox & Ll-udom, Att'a sou iw
; .' ' r , , , '
lo Miriam Stoller aud David Hloffer, her husbaud,
of Ursen Conuty in tue state of Missouri, David h!
j Terrell of Moultrie Countv in the State of Illinois,
! Susauuah Huskamp and William liuskamp, her hi'a-indio-arinn
I hmS' of Campaign County iu the State of Ohio,
; Audrew j . ivrraii of 'i go Couut y iu the state ot
Indiana, Sarah A. Brown and Jauiea Brown her hus
then I haiid of Champaign County, Ohio, and John A. Ter
tha I ru" of Chamnaign Cqunty, O. and Susannah Terrell,
widow or vvnuaaiTerrei! deed., eiciiauipajeucouii-
tojcy, Ohio. You will take uutice, that on the Blh day
! u.f December, a. d. the undersigned tiled a Pe-
NOTICE is hereby Riven that the underpin 1 .
"has been appointed Administrator with wlil ;
aiinueti-of Abrnni LiUs. deceased. AH persons .
having claims against tats c-state. are hereby ;
uotittt-d to present the same to the undersigned .
for settlement, and ali those knowing them- j
selves ludobtod to Faid estate, r.re require to
make Immediate ravmviit
sit sw. .! -:i).ii;s, ;
VoTiCK is hereby given, that a petition w ill be
a presented to the Cofniuis-sioixTs of Cham-:
paign county, Ohio, at tin- ressnla- Marrli wskIob.
3s7l forthe bnrpoeeof widentiigthe Urbnnaand
Carlisle Koad; commencing near .John H. Bry
an's house, at the cros-ingof tlieMadriverValh-y
TurupiKe Koau, tnenee to ivrre name, unio.
that such prx-euiugs may bo hud so ;w to oih?ii
and established road nil feet in width buiw ecu
said poiuts a distance of about three iniU.
511-Sw. 1'ETITION EltS.
Mac-a-cheek and Kin? screek
NoTTICK ia hereby "(iveii that at a called .-e"
sion of thir roiiiiuirvsiouers o! Champaigu
' -'ounty held on the Hh day of January Is72,""i
; ieiition was prese nted to them tint-d by John
; II. Younf?, and others praying for tb" laying out
establishment and lmtinjv
mttii Rinnntiinir siti. rnl 1 ii)
(iee.35. Town 5, Jbin'e 12. M.lt. f. on the north
! Kirip ot" Mii poiint v mini
leading west, irom the
I West Liberty road, thence mth uluug the centre
: ol't-aid seuitii mid the ct-ntre oi" ueclion Hi nnd
;H. or iiCiiraM line and until caid road inK-r-j
Keet the Kinpcreek roud t or nenr the north
line of tW'tiou thirty-two (ill'); all said sections
; x'ing iu the same town and ranjje; suid line Iu
i vary front a Ktraight south course if necessary,
' in neciion -H, if it .strike? said section nnd also in
) section and the south half of setion -H ; bv
j;radinf, draining and gruvelin" the same, and
such proceeding were had that Wallace MeCrea,
. M. Beunett and Sam'l L. Robinson three disin
terested resident fre' holders of Champaign
County, were appointed viewers and C. W. Jj.
Taylor surveyor, of said road, and it i- onlered
that they meet at the Bejfiuninii f said mad on
Monday theswth of i-Vhruary I7J, at 10 o'clock
a. in. aud examine said road, so akcd to he rs
tablishcd ad iinproveil. and rcptn-i their pro
eedintrs to the Marh Sessiou of Commissioners
171. JNO. M. FITZPATKICK.
Auditor of Chaniati;n County.
Auditer.s Orth1 Urbana, O. Jan oUth ItT2. 5Imir
Job il fnvder. I 'bniupaipi f'oinmon Pba-
Vi. - Order of Sale on Purl-
Win. I'.Sii Uer,tf.ai. t ilioti Xo.of Case,:51.
By virtue of the otove stat-d writ from ciaid
Court to mo directed, I will offer at public auet-
1 ion, on me premises, in .Mauriver townsni-
Champaiirn county, Ohio, on
Saturday, March 2d, 1872,
: eoiiimenciu;: at 10 o'clock, A.M., the following
; Keal Instate, situab-in Chant paign county, Ohio,
beinpartof the estate uf the late Ihtuici Snyder,
deceased, to-wil; Theeast hali'of the noi-tb-wrst
'iiiarterof Section IU, iownship4, lCitne II, MK.S.,
containinjr SO aens; b'ing IotNo.2, as desina-
; ted on Plat of Commissioners iu this case. Also
j the North-west quarter of the South-east o.uar-
I ter of Section 2i township 4, musre 11, Mls.
j containnifi W and bj-lOU acres ; beins l.ot.s Xos.
t 3 and 4. as designated on said Plat of Commis-
yioners. Also, Loi No. 1. described "ii s-aid Plat,
oouuueu ann uescrigea s lonows, lu-ttii ; begin
ning at South-east corner of Section 17, tovn 1,
range 11, IirtS., thence north 1, East 01 tiT-luO
poles; thence North S3 &f Vt est W poles; tbence
South 1" West 13 and tO-lut) uoles: tlieiico North
W f WeatOS-lOO poles; thence South tJ M est 17
I pob-s; thence South es3 M', Kasl -lit and y-lw
poles lo place of beginning containing 2u acres
! more or less.
j Terms or SALE-Oiie-thinl cash, one-tbird in
I oue year and balance in two years from day of j
i sale. Deferred payments to bear interest and be
i secured by mortgage on the premises.
ft uew-iiueu iMeuji.v-aoprase'4 at anrjpcracre. :
d ' e jjS(J .. ;.
Jd ' " 10j
i AVLOKlLl EIiom. THUS. Md'ONX ELI,,
Att'ys tor PlalnliU". Sheriff.
i VOTIC'E is hereby given tnat a petition -w ill be
! tl presented to theCommissionersofChampai
County, Ohio, at their next regular meeting, for f
tne purpose 01 cnangiug me county road Known I
I m tut. u,, .ana niiu vui.otuiviuuii.luui lunwi
suiu lodu running mronpn tne u.. quarter 01
and the N.W. Quar. of Sep. 20, Tovvnsbip3. Range
12 ; to be changed as follows : Commencing at a
point iu the St. Paris and I'arvsvlllc road im
prcvouiont cn the half section Hue of See. 80, T.
X R. 12; bclus the S. W. Cor::cr of Christian Me
Moral) 's land, tlteaco :v,::!.;r;s .-;.:U o"s;ii.l hall" '
section Hue to the N. ; c :' . '-'.it the j
N. E. !.-u.:i-i : - .. .. . .. "'ad;
Uienco ca ..i;U l- j :;1ou H o v. i ... ;o l F -ri': :
and Carysvlile toad iniproveim-ul teiui;n.uuig I
at said Junction with se.id road, in length one !
mile and a half . - Pli'lTf KlNiilUi
January 10, 1S72. 50s-4w. ;
Administrator's Sale of Real 22s r
tatc by ferdef of Court.
On Saturday the l)ti day of Fvb. 1S72, 1
at 2 o'clock, p. m.
Ou tht! ald. premliieN hereinafter described j
will be sold to the highest bidder, the fob '
lowing Real Estate, as the property ol Malin
da winning, deed, to.wit: Being in the North i
ning in the Northern lineof said survey, 17 poles
and i'3 links, Easterly of the N. W. Corner of
II, , (invi-.i- ul tltn V II- , ,nv....
ii.uv . .,, , w.. ,, V.UI IIUI Uk U W OLIO IU( i
of Samuel Lawry, conveyed by Israel Hamil-1
ton and John U James tu John C (iatliridtir: I
thence South 8S! .; East on the line of said Sur
vey 21 poll. and IB links to a white oak and two
hickories aud an elm, corner of said Survey;
thence Soutii W Knxt on the line of said Survey
47 poles and SO links to a stake, from which a
whileelm ID inches Iu diameter, bears South
East hi liuks to white oak 8 inches in diameter,
bears South 16 ' II est links; Micnpc South SB"
West 11)7 poles and 7 links to a stake iu the road,
from which a white oak 11 inches in diameter,
liears North 19J East ti links; thence North 73
West with the middle of the Baylras road, -18
lades and 20 liuks to a stone, South East corner
of said lot of Uuthridc's land; thence North r
:.VV liist on thp line of tjutliridge, J0 poles and II
links to the begiiiiiing, containing by Survev of
Iiavid Ixiudenbaek, 30 acres cxrept 85 acres there
of, heretofore sold by Alaliuda II inning to John
Milledgeby deed recorded in Book JO, Pagc4s7,
leaving a balance pf 15peres, situated in Cham
paigu County Ohio,
Also, tl)e 'following descri'ied trnet In same
County and State, to-wit: Part of Lot No 3. in
same Survey No M95. nnd bein that tJortiou of
Lot No 3, lying jqnuediately South ol a Lot of
l!'7ti-lo0 acres sold by Jouu II James to Sidney
Milletl'e, and cxtouding with the same width as
said Milledge lot. from the South line thereof,
Southwardly to (lie road, and more particular
ly described as follows, beginiug in the road at
the South West corner of suid Lot No 3; thence
vith the west line of said lot North 1: and East
t7 11-190 poles to the SptitU West corner of said
lot sold to Milledge, South &' oif East as 40-100
poles to the South East corner of said lot of '
aaiu Miueugc; thence south i;..J llest O0B4-1O0
poles to a stake in the road, and in the South
line of said lot No 3, to the place of beginning,
containing 15 36-100 acres.
'1'EHiIS of Sale one-third of the purchase mon
ey iu hand, and the balance iu one and two
years, with interest, and secured by mortgage,
on the premises. The first described tract ap-
' praed at $ per acre, and the second at S55 per
manding partition of the following premises situate
iu tue i-ouniy oi cnampait'n and state of Ohio, and
in Harrison I'ownehip, and bounded and described
as follows, to-wit: The North half of the ISoufh
West quarter of Sec 0, T 1, It 13 MRS. containing
feU acres more or less.
Alto the equal half of the South-Enst quarter of
Sec 30, T 4, It 13, between the Miami Rivers, and
boiijckii.uud described as loliows, to-wit: Beginn
ing at the South, West corner of said quarter section,
and running, thence East on the South line of the
quarter, 30 polus; thence in a Northeasterly direction
until it strikes the North lineof saiuquarter section,
at a distance of SO poles from the N. E. corner there
of: tueuce West along the North line of the quarter
to the N. W. corner thereof: thence South with the
West line of the quarter to the place of beginning,
containing SI acres IPO'C i r U'sb.
ANo 15 acres out of the South Wcsl corner of the
North del quarter of S c T 4, iv 1:! .ViKS.
The undersisnea dcTr.ir. !h .t ;.:.:;;';;; h) made
cf Saic pn-micc-It.!:;-..- .
l'o tl,-: iiiid.it'. i1. L'-;.- -r.
To Miriam Milder. l-5av.a 1. ),jir-.-:': .---mr.n
liuskamp. Andrew J . Terrell, Sarah A. Drown aud ,
Jolq A, i'errell each oue seventh part tliereor, aud to I
Susanuah Terrall, dower ill the whole of said prem-
At the neit term of said Cunrt an application will i
titiou may be made of said premises
lit uiiiur uv uuuersigueu, lurau uruer tuat par-
WILLIAM H. TERRELL.
By Taylor & Lkedom, Atty's for Petitioner.
DONE AT TIIJ5
Urbana Union Qfficp.
TT TJ J
Have ileckloJ tu clu.se at once,
uf r11 u,ul huve l,iarkJ
,,f lnwpr lrliis IliMll tJw s.-ilin
Wc shall adhere strictly to the OK JPllICJK
SYSTEM, thus giving all the same advantage,
whether they know the value of FURS or
A Good MufflMi Set,
at One Seventy-live.
ALASKA MINK SEIS.
3Xnir ami OolUiv.
Siberian Squirrel Sets,
A Good Fitch LIuiT,
EXTRA FITCH SET,
I'UL'II STRIPE MUFF AM (MM,
We have a lot of odd Collars and largo
Capes, whioh will be sold fit greatly re
I duoed rates.
These C4oods are all new this Season, and at
our regular price were at least Tw euty-fivc per
cent less than the same qualities were offered
else vh ere.
Qgr tj mm Mw Sk mm w mmKtr mmr mm wm mm mmm
all of which
also a lariro and well selected
Itost Uraiids of
FINE CUT SMOKING
the best CIGAR, iu the City
vourselt at the
Xo 3f. JS'orth Main St., Opp. Court Mouse.
reardlc tu cost, their entire
in ll'ii ligurcs, every article
have ever been sold for
ATutr and Collar
812, reduced from $20.
15, reduced from $22.
825, reduced from &33.
, $2S, reduced from 135.
o0. reduced from 0.
6' 40. reduced from tfo.
HITT, WHITE & MITCHELL
& PENNSYLVANIA RYE
is sold from
stock oi (ino Fig, Flux and the
& CHEWING TOBACCOS,
for the money. Call and satisfy
CASH FOR PRODUCE.
STitEVER & BKAYTON, I'roducc C'ommis:ioii
Merchants, 79 Barclay strest. New York. The
highest price obtained for Butter, Cheese, Eggs.
Poultry, trame, xlogst Heaus, aq4 all Produce,
Prumpt returns rendered,
FOR TUE KIDNEYS AND LIVER-Usc Hauiltou's
BL'RCHU and DANDELION. Just what your
phisiciau prescribe, Sent prepared, for fl. per bot
tle, by W. O. Hamilton & Co. Druggists Cin. O.
I OR THE KIDNEYS AND LIVER Lse Hamil
ton's BliRCHU aud DANDELION. Just what your
physician prescribes, bent prepaid, for fl. per hot
ie, by Vv .C, Hamilton & Co., Druggists, Ciu. O.
FREE TO BOOK AGENTS.
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half the value of the colored plates. In the lirst order
amounting to not less than $1, the price ol Cata
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customers. ' -Cuality'bf seeds, size of packets, prices
and premiums ollcred, make it to the advantage uf
all to purchase seeds ol us. See Catuloguc for cilra
You will iiiies it if you do not sec our Catalogue
before ordering Seeds. '
Either ol our two Chromos for ISM, size ltl.vj-l one
a flower plate of Bulbous Plants, consisting of Lilies,
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AGUE CURED OR MONEY REFUNDED
Stud W W. C. Hamilton Jt Co., Wholesale Draists
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fc'ent by -Mail or Express.
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Numbering 175 pages, and coutaing
TWO (LXJIjOKJCD OTj-Arisig.
Each wortn tw ice the cost of Catalogues, mailed to
all applicants ou receipt of cents.
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Will be given one or two persons, of either sex. In
L'RBAna and adjoiniog towns, by which they may
realise from 3UUto UW0 a year, with hut little in
terference with yruinary occupation, in selling
HOUiKHOLDS ABI'ICL-E of real
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Xast three timed as long'.
To the Farfaers pf CJiampaifn.Co.
I still continuo to l.rcvd aud jbin sl i'eiuob
stock of Chester Wliite and iVrkshira Svlim
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