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nil A ilrrrirU ft fur Stilr, e Hrnl, ',
tlnmr kt '".-AN W.f. ''
f-m .. iWi.iI inarifwn fire 'VnU
r li-r. j'atmrnl .tr.nr.
TOUT On Friilay evening, March
A letli, between th- rraiileiH-e t W, W. Hi
ri Ri Ai'K. i h.i dn-iir 'oiifrr favor knii
!r.ll,om",. Wl'u c"rn T'-mi'veiir.
Kwiiignirwtn, or"niihi.'Wi"rio( iiermnd tkuniiic,
n Cro-tfiMi Ml., rVmurjlOlii',.
A GOOD (URL One
niMriin'i nam Rtni :n wmi fii, ir"
frrrrrd. Apply al tlie rwidenrf l T. II. BUKII.
WANTED A MAN who understands
bniluiug Board Pence.
TAMED oOtK) feet I'ry Ash Lum-
7ANTKD 1'UKOHASKR.S FUKlT
in. VVnilTr..i..nH ViiriM-rv Mlmk. I havi
d nnnHHl mih k ol lrfrc pplr Tro, ud 1m a
rood- ot all ;., f..r ttinc. Ai lvch,
Ctirrry. I'cnr, VtllrH mid Kvi rren, (irnpeVlu.i.
jd Small Fruit, which I Brmrsnlii E lo iinnlilT,
mttd f-n at prima an low the low.ni. K'tiiirara
J. Ml l It MOH b.
TAVJ.'ED liKAl'TlFUL CHKO-
t T 1)HTITT antxi-tibiT (O til" .loimilAU
OU anil f mmine. M-lil
irao iwvth (mm Jan. 1. lK7d. tu .Ian. I, IfcTo, will
, ofiy il Oil tine rhrorao, I'Flnra'a l)ilrinr.M
V ofli'ra her farm
HALE. The uuder-
farm of 173 arrc, itnatiMl two
mile, anil a half aonth of tirepnhiir, Snm1ua.
Iiy county, Ohio, for Hale. t4ood lare ilweiling
aurl f-cllrnt outliouaen, with lar? trame liarn
otid wajrim anil r.nttic Rhwln, thm m-v. r failins
nwtja, H-iOtl orcuartiaol ctioice irulla; i-u acrot liu
proM'il. For pitrtiuolar iniiire on th pri-tnl?
.'J-1.1 MRS. 1IAUV IIAKI.KY.
YOR 8ALFv By private contract,
JL Imo yrry larjre city lota, inmting on Court HU,
within rm bliM k nl tti K. it. Depot, and number
ed reepectm-ly fl.M and on city plat, lormirg
fmrol the njoiit ehtrible hnllding aitea in thcity.
Aim, three acrea ol ejcellfnt Urllle land, with a
r.l hDe ami ham, ritem and on-hard thereon,
f 1 I c. " wv r-
ny of Mr. 4. Iht, nenr Npicirel iJrove. trc
temia, Ac., apply to N. C. WKST, Vremoct, M
UOH HALE A FARM of 4.r3 acres.
n Henry roantv. Mieeonri 20(1 acree under
cultivation, HOOapple trcea, HliOpenclitreje, .liulice
ii bedec un tire plu-e. l'rlie 10.i(l. Will ci
liatiFe for Ohio property. Acdreea WOI.UOTT
ItkoH., corner Summit and Monroe Sta.( Toledo.
IjVJR H.ALE A FAHM 120 acres in
Krie Coanty, Ohio, tood apple and peach
nrrharda, farm keepe H6 rows heamea other fltock:
pur a. re, will wke w.iioo of Toledo prnierty ua pan
u Apply o wui,ciii i Ulton., comer
- Mvmeot. Apply o WOI.OOTT BKOS., oome
' Itn'mmit and Monroe Sta., Ttilwio. 6tf
IH)R SALE A FARM of :K)'arrt,
only flye mil" from Toleilo will a.'ll the
-whole, or port price $100 per acre. Apply to
W4II.I OTTCKOS., comer Summit and Monroe
nr.. Toledo. t. lt
"IOR H.ALE ATA BARGAIN Iml
' JL proved r nnimproTtd land in Kaneaa. Ad-
ree WOM'llTT BKOS., corner Summit and lion
, mm HU., Toledo, t. Correeponilence eolii-ited. 6tf
1jH)R SALECHOLAitSHIP In
Toledo tlveratty; liberal advantage frlven.
Apply at tbe otllce of thia paper. fiO-ti
FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1875.
BAmLBy, eii mm and proprietor.
F1Y for the Year 1K76 and (ret the
eUndeonieCliromo, "Flora's Offering."
tenders is $180,714,900.
'John Mitchell has again been
elected to Parliament from Tipperary.
f" U ?-int oil"1 8tftuJUlg legal
' lef" Archbishop McC'loskey, of New
York, has been made a Cardinal the
first American ever elevated to that
mm-xZT, 7 " , T ..
rrr The Legislature of Indiana, on
Monday last repealed the Baxter law,
(similnr to the Adair),
and exacted a
tte-Toledo has been woogniaed. Gov-'?115
emor Allen has dd E. Iodd
MB XXiSJJCT'MJI I .fc OM IUi:K,l O. 4 11C
THiintmont is significant.
'l&SPThe civil services reform rules
Laving proven of no accouut, have been
abolished, and appointments will now be
made under the rules in tho
siatntea of 187. ' ; , '
beiT There is no abatement, of the
.railroad war. '' President Garret claims
to be able to carry pastiengers at cost for
one year and pay the usual dividends
fnrm the large surplus of the road.
v , .W The Connecticut j liepublicans
" lave awakened to the importance of the
.rWntr election are inakmo it warn
for the DemiKiracy. They intend
'see"their New Hampshire brethren and
go oue Deiier in tne result.
S&r The approiritions for govern
ment expenses the iuoouiing risual year
are about fifteen millions less than
flbe current year, and twenty-one million
ws than the proceeding year, which
an uomisuikable evidence of the econo
mical intent of tbe administration.
vti l.....4 vt. . XJ
awK x no vcij himi -vow
ftfcirs gives VH Republicans in the;
77nn.i mill 1H7 IllmiWTAta. TliM hen.
nle stands five and five, with two vaean-
. , . r i-.... r.
cies ior we Mouse u nil. x ue ixmncu
huids two ltepublicans ami three lem
nffaU, and tlie Congressional Delega
tion oue Republican and two Democrats.
Odf Chauncey Newton, the special
correspondent of the Cincinnati Eufjuire,
at Columbus, reflected somewhat in
recent letter, nixm Dr. Lftwis, the mem
ber from Tiscarawas.
--. rr i .
1 . x . 1 T : 1 il.. 1.' r..i.'
i wWK ruj-.j- a iu. iutb.ucu.rn
(, u.hk.uH mvuiu uowm, uuv me lu-;,
Inference of others j-revetitej further
, overgrowth man, trluch probably ac-L.
rouuta fur Iwitt' vttlorotut proceed inp.
Kwton littil better let his brethren
aVaVThe Ktute Orange, at their si ssii.-u
iu f loluuilms, on the 11th, ehcmethefi))
S. V. i:Hiaof W-ren eonutr, Worthy
JlIi.Hti; J. W. ( trden of tl'itnipHtgn.
'n. l.,. TV W Hf ill... V.rJ" Uwn. '
tiry: 11. Stevenson of Green, Treasurer j
M. IN. Kimmell ol Montgomery, i.tiap
tmn; It. 8. I'latt of IiOfran, I4nrnr;
Thomas Fletcher o Clermont, Utewsnl;
Frank Ford of I'ortogo, Assistant; Mrs.
,. II. Ellis of Warren, Cor; Mrs. A. J.
Ijove of Knox, Fomonn; Mm. E. J. Mal
tster of Washington, Flora.
V3T The vote in New Hampshire at
the election tout week wan ft largo one,
ibemg (000 in excess ol the previous
election f Ul Governor was-column
made bv the people. ClienoT, Ilcpub-
licnn. though leading Roberts, Demo
eratie, is in a minority of between five
land six hundred. The Democrat elect
jlwo Congressmen one in tlie first and'the
, , ... - , -,
one 1U the (Second UlStriCtS, OnU tHJ ItO-
P"bUcans eleit oae tatheThird DUrict
Tlo Onnnta ill .iniioininrwl in ho n tin 111,1
the House Republican, while the Council
Our friends were a little
I. .n .... ...... ,' ..a i Itoml.li'nr nn imnntan(
B T V , , T-
VlClOrv. 11U Hie ttl Ol IUB 1 TOUlOl-
U:,,:t- fl,T l..vn mn.1n a criun and will
tiomsts tney nave maiie a giun, ana wui
gpcjj.,, the election of Cheney bv the
Legislature; wit in order to be securo in
Wl lUbun, uiey uoisi aut.-i tu urHuium
and avoid those pitfalls which so often
1, Koo rmlriiilofwii,.
Two weeks from Monday next, the
election for corporation and township
officers will take place, and it behooves
all to be prepared to voto for good and
competent men for the various oflices
to be filled. Although in the minority
iu this city and township, it is neverthe
less tlie duty of the Republicans to place
in nomination men of the best character
men who, if elected, would be a credit
to any political organization, and by so
diuug compel, as it were, our antngonsts
Wehono that no ,,on.
I natcd and re-elected. A new mau would
We hope that no con
flicting interests will be allowed to
turb matters in the First Ward and
produce a result similar to that of Inst
yeto. We have at present, a competent,
energetic, and worthy representative,
who should by all means bo retained,
and he should be unanimously renomi-
have every thing to learn, and would
not for some time be prepared to take
up matters as they are now. So far as
nominees for the other offices are con
cerned, let the merits of all named be
canvassed, so that the best may be
selected at the caucosses, notice of which
will be given next week.
Destruction of the Austin Powder
otheiB were shivered to atoms." ,
. ii v i i
As soon as the shock was over crowds'"
I Socked from every direction to the scene
Tlie city of Cleveland, on Tuesday
last was the scene of wild excitement
caused by the explosion of the Austin
Powder Works situated south of the
city proper. The explosion was so in
tense that the Leader says:
"The shock felt in the city was ter
rific Heavy brick buildings s waved
and grated, 118 though heaved by an
earthquake. , The plate glass windows
of the new city building, the supeTb
front of Ryder B art gallery, K L Bald
win ft uo. s snow windows, tnose ol
Rice & Bett Ld doubtless, many
of the catastrophe. Fifteen to twenty
! buildings comprising the mills were de
stroyed, and from forty to fifty tons of
powder exploded. Three men were
i killed. Of these the Leader says:
"One of them, David Lamson' was
!alone in tUe rifl(J corni ju whie tLe
other two, August Radoliffa and Fred-
I rick Putnam, were in the rifle press,
The three were literally blown to pieces
and the fragments of their bodies scat-
7er the, Place for, roJa about.
falling upon the ice in the canal, from
whence it glauced to tlie opposite bauk
and partially imbeded in tlie soiL
was entirely unrecognizable, and was a
gnoatly, horrible spectacle that bore
xemblaucfl to a human form. The limbs
and hands were cone, and with other
portions were found rods from where
tlie body lull, and still farther down the
canal lay a blackened and crisp hand.
This body was the only one that
semblance whatever to the human
form, and the remains of the other two
victims were scattered in fragments all
over the place. It was a horrible aick-
ening spectacle to soe those blackened
IRnl nllUVra.1 nifUlM rf rllikf 1. .1 .1 a fata
. .... . " ua. wm .
i moments before been the portions of
UvinS a,11 breathing men, gathered up
iui emoera, oy it is irienas wuo luui
known and labored with th victims to
so terrible a fate. i .
rm . .... . . ,
Theorem) of destruction is miuutelTimeu
deacrilied by the Leader, but we have
room only for the above. ' ''
Our Philadelphia Letter.
PHILADELPHIA, March 15, 1875.
About ten da. a aco. thoiinan.lii rf
dwelhng houses in this city were marked
dunng the previous night with numbera,
i- - .
jciujaiiBiit: KiguB, ana oiner uevioes. iu-
ring the next two or three nurhts. a!-
mnat nvnn linnoA ... i,.i
i like man.er. and sine then
-I I . . -
; and jieople have been eagerly endeavor-;
ing to detect the persons engaged in the
work, but have been singularly unfortc-'
i ii irs l i i .1
nato m theirelf to geUny clue to
Ail uuun vi i u iu urn muwii u
moat wide-spread is that which diK-ms
the city to a dreadful massacre by
oi Tv)man f a.tholics. It is alli.tro.l tlial t1,
, Dlarkilg k don6 in three jifferent char-
uuA nprTOU8 oU women
,,, whl.re - ,VJ1,lt.l
itre einploye.1 iu the household.
There is no inestion but tlie msrking,'
of so many houses has .- reated a most
profound seuKution, sod I know of many
...i i a n i
meu wuo uia uui umi nmm, Koueri.il,,
their olJ anr.y i;usU'tB, exsiainej their
en who uro not at all timid, generally'
eiiViu, Uiut, iu anticipation of
u , . ,. . . , ,
i bt. I'utmks Day, have loaded
in the daily papers, endeavoring
revolvers, and hiive prepared, to do and
die in defence of their alters and tbeir
I give no theory of my own regarding
this all-absorbing mystery. I simply
mention the fact of such strange oc
currence having taken place ; that the
attention of the Mayor of the city has
been called to it. of the inability of the
antliorities to detect those engaged in
the nefarious win', and of column after
to explain all about it. My own house
has been numbered, and if I should sud
denly cease to be your correspondent
flense bear !n mind that at midnight on
10th of March, I was doomed
About a week was spent in futile cf-
! forts. t)V OMT CltV authorities to lllOW lit)
! tho ica'' "l0 ?T,,QU?,kiu J'. " orJ
great many pounds of powder were ex
i-l. 1.1 i .1 I 11
I p T- a ?j . , " . . 1 I
UIVUIUO u' umio lur M UIU, u
crackers, and towder. scams never to
be appeaRcd. The ice gorge in our
river is attove Fairmonnt dam. Tliis
dnm is at the head of tide water iu the
Schuylkill, and was built for the purpose
of suiiplvnuR our city with water. Com
mencing at the dnm on either side of the
jiver Fairmonnt Park extends upwards
for several miles. The Park is managed
by a commitwiim of aristocratio nonenti
t:a ,i. . .uo(, -r
act of superlative wisdom, prohibited
our ice companies Irom cutting any ice
in tne river fronting the 1'ark Uroumts.
I differ with the Park Commissioners,
and regard their "superlatives wisdom"
the must arrogant nonsense. It preven
ted the employment of from 300 to 400
laborers cutting ice for a month or more.
and it forces the purchase of 8500,000
wortn or iix3 from JNew England. If the
Mayor had nut a pound of Dowderin the
I empty cavities of the heads of the Park
1 commissioners, wnere Drains ougnt to
be, and set tire to it, he would have done
a much 'inar l.titnir thnn a'tmtuitr ti
i Klitar im on rrnrrra it i f ri tmt4flK KnftlAo
. tilled with blastinc powder.
so, he would rid our city of a set of old
i : i : i i . i .' i : . i -j i i
lunmiiicu niiu-uuuvutiu, UIO City WOUlll
save her half million dollars for Yankee
ice, and the ieo gorge would be nicely
atoreu away ior use next Hummer.
The question of civil righto, promises to
become violent wrongs, and if those
whom the rights were intended to bene
fit, fail to act civilly under them, vio
lence aud wrong will certainly follow.
Thus far, nobody has been seriously
harmed in this city, although a few dar
kies have, at the instignation of shyster
lawyers in search of a case, permitted
themselves to become the dupes of these
seedy attorneys. One of those colored
men, so iutlueuced, went into the best
barber shop in this city, the proprietor
of which is a handsome yellow fellow,
nearly the color of clay, and said to be
a near relative of one of our most emi
nent statesmen, now deceased. He ap
plied for a shave, and was refused upon
the ground that "common white folks
can't get shaved in this emporium of art,
aud low niggers can't come in no-how."
1 he colored applicant for a shove, was
not a gentleman likely to favorably im
press tho tontorial arast, and he was
therefore requested to leave. '""I prose
cute you for damages, ' said the ag
grieved : hastily handing him a 25 cent
note, (.tne price of a shave in that estab'
iiBumeni) mo cuiy-coiorea lellow re-
maritea. ion areno auraagea to a
greater extent Uian tlie price of a shave,
j i,, ; , f. rru.: '
and here is the money. This sum en
abled the 'damaged dark' to purchase 8
whiskies "straight" aud a nickel left
over for a sandwich for a lunch ; in his
exuberance, he forgot to report to his ad
viser, the htuyer, and his attorney had
his littl) disappointment for his trouble.
At the hotels, the subject will be qui
etly disposed of in this way ; the propri
etor invariably assigns his patrons to the
lodging rooms he, tlie proprietor, selects;
at the dining rooms it has always benn
mo custom ior waiters w seat travelers
just where it suits tlie waiter to place
them. Colored people will be so
placed as not to interfere with the sensi
bilities of the most fastidious, and as for
places of ninusement, they are simply
! luxuries that we are not forced to enjoy
It!eituer in tlie oonipany of respectable
j blacks "r whites of disreputable char-
HON JAMES G BLAINE.
This diRtiiigniahed statesman who lias
just stepped down and out from the
Hpoakei-Khip of tlie National House of
Representatives, has been here, the
borelopieet en" one of our citizens. TheEx
any j Speaker is not at all reticent regarding
' political runtteru. The remilt in New
Hampshire was gratifying to liim j that
contest was fousrht snnarelv strainxt the
third-term nonaense the Republican
1 t ...0anti... ... 1 . . i i. . I C . .. I . ' .1. ..
; -...j li . ii v ..... nuiLUiiiMiauioauiW lilua.Hb,
havincr divecOv declared its hoatilitv to
(Grant as a third-term candidate and
; shows how much sUonger the party i
I Mr. BUine belieTaa th onlv iMiin h
j fore the country to day is "wh'ether loval
I.. - ... 2i.
or those lately inarm against the
' ?aUo1n n";t control ite political affairs.'
He look? upon (lenerals Gordon
; Georgia, aud Lamar of Mississippi
; the ablest of the 120 ex-onioers of the
! confederate government now in Con-
l gross ; as the most conservative mem
bers of congress from the South, aud
,,rithe most brilliant and effective Dubliu
PBftkm R! the Democratic side in ei
, ther House of Congrasa, and thoir fad-
. tl. ,,;roM " TQ, ,:..t ;
7 i" r-""-
lavor ol democracy in New Hampshise,
after their having made an exhaustive
I canvass of tlie State is conclusive evi-
relde"CO t.Mr; B.luine tbat nnt7
. . j . 'J w yarn utdi 111UJ J HI
I . - - - . w j....
cratic hands the administration
LMr- B'aine is entirely satisfied that
the psiaiuonnt question on which
tJ.e.ejll of l8?6 u f H .
j "wlwtaer loyal men or ex-coiedorut
umuu vijvui uijmiuuwrn Hiutit ihj irtimeu
flit. ! wtih the. administration of publio affairs."
Inr tliH I'TfliInnnv m innaiitu J AT
the, muiI19 Jielieves that the nominati.m
H. J. Handidl of l'eiiu
Keuutor Thtumim of Ohio,
ip:i i.... i ... -.i y
US' XiiUUU UI flrJW AOl'ii., Willi I1U.
Gonlin as tho most probable cnmUditto
1 bntuu,.!! Hon
A fearful scene ocenrrej in a St. Louis
.UJUit room, on the loth. . Chailes
v 0'H180n. a llil cliargod wiw
, t!lul(f:r lmK hy liiuilJf? Um.-X:
brick. While the tiuvl van proRi-essiug,
ti. I ,4 .l....l 1...1 ui....ft.i
a orot;ier or tne munu-
trouLle!uP.,to. Wotxlson and p:
i knifa luto his bowels, ml
np!wcmllj. ,UUrt .ouaf;
Innfc'eu a botra
tlliotiJin; a serions
THREE MIGHTS, ONLY !
Go and see and the Orand Event, com
Thursday, March 25, 1875.
Will bo presented the new and lieautiful
1'iiilerlthe Ansptee of Empire Band.
MR. JOSEPH BAltTOX
In his great and originnl specialty of tho
Spy as performed by him only, upwards
of 1,000 nights, snpported by the best
talent of this city.
This beautiful allegory has been pre
sented to crowded and delighted au
diences, in nearly every fcitnlo in the
Union, and many of our citizens have
witnessed its production elsewhere. It
has recently been re-wntten and im
proved, introducing novel and startling
effect, unparalleled for grandeur and
NEW AND CORRECT UNIFORMS,
Appointments, scenes, characters and
music, camp ana unttie scenes, anus,
marches, army comicalities, reviews, Arc.
A N )E S 0 N VI LLE.
The Grandost and most affecting scene
over presented on the stage, with only
a faint shadow of its horrors, terrible
renlities and tearful memories of starve
tion and death, long endured suffering
and final triumph.
Music by the Empire Band!
The entire Allegory will be presented
, each Evening.
For particulars see bills of the day.
Admission 25 CU. Ho Reserved Seats.
Doors Open at 7 o'clock, Overture 7:45.
The indersiffned will1 Mil at
Public &al, at the nnUlrare
Adam Heneel. one mile sorth
tbe ronr mile House, on
Saturday, March 20ih, 1875,
Commencing at 10 o'clock A. If .. tne followlne
property, to wit:
Four Horace. 1 yearling Colt. 1 Cow, 1 two-
Wiflin, 1 two-horae Spring Watron, 1 Bnrcy,
aete double Harneaa, one aet nearly new, 1 act ein-
ifte Harneaa, t now, l urac, nnovei nowe, vuilt
vatora, Hay in the mow, and other articlee.
TaRMe All aumaof $5 and under caah, over !i
a credit of 9 monlha wlll,be given on note with ap
a. 4. n ali Min ana duiii DinaLai,
rV The un1eTilched will olfr gr!&
t Mn labile Bale, at the late residence ItW
--2-of Jacob UarleT. two and a half
ml lee sontb of Greeneburg, on
Frldttrt March 20tU, 1875-
Commencinp at 10 o'clock A. A., the following
Three Work Horses, 8 yearling CbItw, 1 com
bined Iteancr A Mower. 1 new HulkT. PI own 1 Dratr,
l et:t LHurtie iiarneM, uav DTioe ion, I rarior
Stove. 1 (look Stove. 1 Bowing Marhiu, 1 Ou-
Doara, iioaaebuia rurnilure ana otuer arucica.
TcRve All nmi of W and under Gash, over
that sum a credit of ftmourks will be given on note
wttb approved accurlty. Mrs. MARY HAKLKY.
rl Uilh patent perubrc Miil.j Bw Mill ii wlptnl
J, lo nvloeadlti. will aaw an kind f lova.
nd will d nm i work (nwr aud handf bc-
iUf eouairlrrd) Ute brit t Ircnlar Mllla. Iu
Irntue, nmtd-blouia, aua workinf part
vi-tj of tl;e unmt ubUotlal and irma
Dent httid, brla tuatc entlrclv of iron
Yt)ft iC TtL atarted ! from m lo two day time.
. JdW tion of not niwdloi tD horw povrr.
uu from 10(10 to 4000 feet r Incti Iuntbr p'r
iav. Thi' Mill and Kiiflne may coDveiticalljr be
perakadl bj mo um, ht-ad fcrclreuiar, ., .
ludlanapolla, Iuil., CHANDLER & TAYLOR.
V CHANGE OF NAME .
OF TUB . . , 1
FREMONT CAR COMPANY.
ITnTTni tn t rt . i 4-l. Tl
miiojr uu mo J'i-,.a
-LI rectora or tbe rrrmont Car company have
filed In tbe office of the Clerk of the Court of Com.
uinn lMeaa, In and for Saudttaky connty, State of
Ohio, a petition to change rbe enrnorate name of
aald company eo that It aiiall In all tbinge ftnd pro
ceediuge ms kn.wn aa the "Yemont Hameter
uomiMiny." sain petition win ne neam ana tie-
termined In and by aatd conrt, and the order of the
court taken In inch matter, on th. flleldayof
April, A. u. lbio, or an aoou tberealtvr as couuaei
for petltlonvra can be heard.
w .VI. n. siiniiiMji,
J.a.0. RAWSON, I
UA1.HH K. BUt'KT.AND,
JAMK8 W. WIIJSON.
Plrectora of !eniont Car Company.
Fremont. Ohio. March 18th. 18TB.
Rverctl li Fowler, Attorney for Petitioner.
THE DIABETIC CURE!
Green Springs, Sandusky Co., 0.,
Coutiouei to b the
"7 WONDEH OfTHE AGE-
IN ire MAKVKLOUB CUKES OF
Diabetes, Diuresis, Oravel and
ali kluds at Kidney and
trTo be convinced tend for circular and aw oru
K0SKIUSC0 COUNTY, IND.,
Wblch promiae to be ono of tb. LARGKST
PUCK8 in Indiana on tlie hue ol the
BALTIMORE AITS OHIO TL.
Ei ten tion to Chicago, noted for
''Direct Route East and West,"
Thia towu It situated thirteen mile from
Inrireiown or oilier trnnk line of railruud.
Kceuery it iiiiMirMiMad. baring a luku nine milca
Inno ....I .urini.... ..I auele Wl .i.m.r.1 ..llu.
v"f ft " 'J ci'wmv aa.ii.
cletar apnnir waior, wvll blocked Willi the fluent
kimla ol nVb, and, in marMm, altoiind.nji in u
yaine eiiual to th fatttoua Ktinkakne rt'L'ioii.
Durruuiulini cotiHtry la In a high atate ol i-ultiva-;
tion eiual to tiny In NurlUern Imlaana. Tim
i wry uialihy Oyv oi tho ttneat loca-
IA fiffjo. CROCKER, I.a Porte, Ind
a iKepettling the Ordinance rimig Marie.
i Sruruim. lie it nriiaiiiel h tbe t.ity connni
of tlie t:iif of Frfiniint. 'I'tnit I lie iinliiinni-e enil-
I'"' ,.d an ..X ordumuce Kixiiw the Haiti i- i.t
u;n City OM. ia.," iiawnt Noveiubr 'it, 1.
: aiil tbe aimi ii- luTi.-by r-'pcitleO.
lit tjW.KwKW. (H, Ks't, PreeUleat of Council.
All at: II. B. s-yrill, yit ll.-rt.
PLOWS & SCRAPERS!
To the Fitrmrrt an1 thotc In want of
plows & scr? a pe no,
' BOTH TEI.IAftD CAST,
wc advlge you to call at the
FOUNDRY OF D. JUNE & CO.
before ptirchaalng. Kor caeh you can jret a
No. 4 Steel Plow for $12.00
No. 3 Steel Plow for 8,00
Cast Point Scraper, with bale 6.00
We aleo manufacture n flteol rolnteil Scraper.
We etill cuntinue to manufacture the lieet Hccel
Pluwi In the market nnioc tlie beet material and
stock, rointe ml every deecriptlon alwayrou liand.
. JD.HF. A: CO.
E. E. LILLI6.
Potrntep of an adiotahle Treadle for ttewinir Ma.
rhinen. in at tho Ball llonee in Uita city, where he
in remain wr icw tiayn.
Th follow inn enirravinir cihibita the old ntvlf
Trpadlc, with IfBPftrct upon the limb.
I he ni w
While the following cnjrTHvIni' ehowa
Treadle, and ite eflccta upon the mueclea.
Treadles and Territory for Sale,
Call and examine the working of the Troadle.
Thla la a rare chance for men with a email canl-
to tnveat In a eood paying buetneaa. In opc ratine
thia Treadle there ia no motion above the ankle
Joint. Ladlee are rosyectt ully invited to call and
ace it In operation.
New Millinery Store.
Takes ocean. on In notiiy her old cuatomere and
the ladifta generally that aho baa aecored romi fn
(he aecond atory of Odd Kellow'a Block, over Un
dcrhiira New Grocery titaud, where ahe haa
opcucu oai uor mock oi
.She will be from thla time forward Iu rpretnl of I
all new elyleaoi , . ,
And Invitee au Inspection of tier Mock, Kntltiflfd
that ladii canmit ploaee tlteuiajlvee better elic
wbereill htylea or pricea. ll-i's
fhC A A Qll and tbe K. Y. Hntnnlny Jottr
UnOn Mat, the Great Literary Weekly
it America lor om; viytr tor tho Regular Suh.rrln.
tion Price. $3, PimtafM J'nid. Namua entered im
partially aa ret'nived, and Five Dollars Cash eeut at
''ULO lumiiij null miiini tiiwi, villus 01 live vai ..-i
h) rnaji rrlain uu SAI Tills In our chromo'
a t'aeh Fremlnm of $5
to ovcrv fifth aubwriber!
The linn name ia aufticient gilaratity offHirnt'ea!
and lullillmetit. Nend money order or riviMered
1'iicrivoi.Aiii.r.A auahd. i uoiienera, y.i hii-i
Ii... lp..Ut V..- V...lr
The choictiBl in the world -Import
ers- pncifB i-areM comjiatiy iu
Amrlt'ii Minle article hK-hi eT-
erybtxlr Trl rontiiMiHlly htrnaiiuc Aenle '
WiUhki every wiinreiH-Bt mrim-enieiiirt duu t 1
wulc tune eeml tor circular to Korkkt Vkll,
4 Veney Bt.( K. V., P. O. Box liti. -
i 9 isa o
Imou0 pictiireu, original
eiiifrvliiirsi worth $15,
aw otiiHii iu Armor, a Mm Ming Atory ot Amer
ican borne lift; price in lxxik torm,
'l eu ahorl clorii'H. a rfii vnriittvut mlacell&uooua
rcatllu?, and over IB t"'riOf rare piturt.
Ail ineaonvA iiHiiiUt-u in tin? otter ol hearth
ami Hume two moktii oh thiai.. 8int noai-Daid
forunlr tUry cent a. The tfrat iHtinirntetl w-ckly
uiai;axiun. Price Tfduoed o $i.60 pr year. Min
gle ntiD)tirrix cata. At iwi atauda or by mail.
Great Inducements to ncntn or chtla. Tbe
(JitAHHic Cum pa NT, I'uhliuhi-rB, Park Place' New
A If VERT INI NO Jheap:Ootd:m.
ua'r. All p.TMna who cotitempKite maLlDg
i for l til inner 11 on oi an
I H ( end to (it-u. P.
contract with nuwHimfMrt for the huwllon of ad
Kowell Jt Co., 41 Paik mw. New Vork, forlheir
PAMPIILKl-HMOK (uinettfrrtk ulitivti) con
taining lita ot HUM ut-napapein and emiinatea,
Khowlug the v-ost. AdviTiiiuciiiH tukeu tor the
leadiiij; iapT8 In many KiiiUto at a irtuniidotia re
duction I rum puoltnlirra 'rstea, (ktthc M(mk.
B I Ba
lid i 9J n lpiUs.
The - t -
flt-TI? A WKKK to Aftitii tuattH an artl' le
Hp J mnlubie am four. VrolilH itmiieuae. I'tukajft'
fine. Adtlrck BtX K.KVK M'F'U CO., Muriou, O.
wlir Hi'nir I.lver Pill re liked
tin-ht-al la: thi'vilu more BiKKl.anri
i t altki-u ur urine like olliurl'""
QOA( t tilnnth lo ni-m every tirn-
ej.-.vv l..l l.f.-liiit)i r Ii vkj,
A till n -wi
t f 0l Prtlny l I'onie. Termafree. Arl
4)0 H 4)Vi(roiwUKO. bTiMioN S t'u.,rurtlaul,
jeBa.aaM A WKKK uarniiti-i.-it tu Mute and Ke
V male Air- nu, In lllelr locnllty. t'oeta
Ui M.TIilN(l totry It. Harih-nlara Krne.
P. O. VKJKKitY A CO., Anuuata, .Mil.
OVunoMANTV, OK XOl'I. CIIAKMINO,
I Mow -ll
ior et- limy law luato mid ifidil th.
love antl attmtlio-.i ot any uitmuu lliev chowe. in-
aUutly. 'J till art h11 run poc-K-ti!., free, by mall, lor
'D iX'ntiK top'tiK.-r t. it Ii a Miiriinge t.uk'v, KvtHimi
owl-, Oleoma, lllula tu liil.ti, e'c. l.i'uKi.iiuii
POlll. A nill'IT ll'Klk.
I'O., J'hll i, I'lilltl'li-'.!
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REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
HOO.rt 6, FORT MJTMU'STItW BLOCK,
Comer of Summit and Monroe Streets, Toledo, Ohio.
per acre Will exchange for a atock of goods.
CLASS A RESIDENCES.
Fine three story and basement residence, all modern conveniences,
houe nearly new. Trice, 6,500. 1. 000 cash, $1,600 in good property,
balance on time.
Three story brick residence on Erie street, lot 05x150 feet, 8 rooms,
good investment. Price, $7,500. Terms liberal.
House of 9 rooms on Stickney avenue, lot 50 by 150 feet, house fine
ly built Price, $4,500. One-third payments.
Cottage house near street railway, lot 30x112, six rooms in house,
only $1,400 one half cash, balance to suit.
House of 8 rooms on Detroit avenue, near Monroe street, new.
Price, $2,200. Terms easy.
Have over $75,000 worth of Residences for sale or exchange.
CLASS B BUILDING LOTS.
306 feet on Cullingwood avenue, $60 per foot, will sell all or part,
300 lots near Milburn Wagon Works, ranging in price from $300 to
42 feetonlOih street, $45 per foot, $800 cash, chance for good in.
120 feet front on Monroe street, suitable for fine residence property,
fine residences near, $75 per foot, lot deep to an alley.
$8,000 worth of vacant lots will be sold so as to net the purchaser at
least 150 per cent on investment within three years. '
CLASS C FARMS.
IMAcrea, ix mile, from nobineon, the county Beat of Crawford County, IUInola. Bulldlnga i
good clean order. 110 acre, under cultivation, balance timber. JMoe, SiS per acre. -
ltd Acrec in Montgomery Coanty, lUinoia, 40 acres nnder cnltivation, balance timber. Price t
120 Acre near Birmingham, Erie county, Ohio. Sopur Orchard of tot) Ueea, good Apple und Teack
Orchard. Farm keepa so Oowe. Price, 8S per acre,
ftOO Acrca five mllee from Toledo. Price $100 per acre. Will ecll all or part.
453 Acre In Henry County, Mieeouri, 200 acree under cultivation, 800 apple treat, 800 peach trees,
five milce of hedge on tbe place, three bouaca on the farm. Price, 110,000. Will exchange for Ohie
Several 20 and 40 acre tract near Toledo, at from f 110 to 1200 per re:
320 Acre three mile from Junction City, Kana. Pike $12 per cre.
10 acre in Phelp county Minourl. called the best farm in tbe county, 2S0 acre fenced, 178 col-
Price, $11,000. Will eichaiift for an Ohio farm.
CLASS D-EXCHANGE LIST.
Woolen Mill for sale or exchange. Mill is located in one of the best
wool producing sections in Michigan. Good water power. Mill is heated
by steam. . Is capable of making from $300 to $500 yards of cloth per
day. Saw mill and nine acres of ground all for 125,000. Will exchange
for a good farm or good western land. , .
G40 acres in Washington county, Kansas, will take a stock of goods
in payment Land is worth $4 per acre.
House and lot in a town of 2,000 inhabitants, where a large amount
of manufacturing is done, lot 120x120 fee, 9 rooms in house, will aell for '
$1,500, take half good Iowa land, balance on time.
Some good Toledo property for a stock of groceries or hardware.
An interest in a well located addition to Toledo lots in demand
write for particulars.
We have all classes of property for sale or exchange, from a farm or
village lot to business houses or hotels.
CLASS E TIMBER LANDS.
040 acres in Paulding county, Ohio, $10 per acre.
60 acres in Hancock county, Ohio, $20 per acre, to exchange for
3,500 acres choice timber in Illinois, finely located, convenient to
Fine location for saw mills on
the property. Also have some fine timber land in Manistee county, Mich-
chance for water power mill.
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JUT Whether you want to buy or sell, call on us. ,&.f
We solicit Correspondence.
145 Summit Street, (opposite Merchants' Bank,) Toledo, Ohio.