IAUSTIN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4,188T.
GOODWIN & BARNES,
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY.
The Inter-State commerce bill will ben
The financial statement will be found
•a the second and third pages.
The proceedings of the County Com
missioners will prove to be interesting
NEXT week's issue will contain the
proceedings of tlie last session of the
Tan Dairy meu's conventiou at Albert
Lea is a &reat success. No little crcdit
is clue the newspaper men of that, place
for the great interest taken in it.
THE Board of Trade
O Dickenson, Pleasant Valley.
Jno Mathieson. Lansing.
Jno Enwright. Windom.
O Wilson, Lyle.
Chas Smith, Adams.
Wm Howe, Austin city.
A Howard, Lyle.
S Washburn, Udolpho.
O ELoe, Grand Meadow.
postponed one week. Monday even
ing there will be important business be
fore the Board. There should be a larjre
Following is tlie list of jurymen Tor
the next term of court.
Williams, Pleasaut Valley.
a Rockwell. Red Rock.
Alexander Kerr, Brownsdale.
Slaven. Dexter town.
Martin Feeley, Austin.
Thos Kough, Lodi.
A Donaldson, Frankford.
A E Christie, Austin town.
Jvlius Owens, Lyle town.
Jno Hall, Windom.
W Bennor, Dexter.
Peter Hannegan, Windom.
Thompson, Red Rock.
S Gibbs. Clayton.
It A Carl, Udolpho.
Young, Grand Meadow.
Woodson. Austin town.
W W Walker, LeRoy.
A Holcomb. Pleasant Valley.
Jno Owens. Austin city.
8 Hildahl Austin city.
Peterson. Dexter town.
Geo W Merrick, Austin city.
Jno Henderson, Lansing.
On the evening of December I'd, 1886,
while St. Bernard Commandery No. 24
K. T., stationed at Austin, Minn., were
duly at labor, our skirmishers were driven
in and the guards reported an armed
force at the entrance of our Asylum, and
by carefully listening we were enabled
to distinguish the sound of many voices,
like unto the tower of Babel, which
proved to be the honorary members of the
Commandery, armed with baskets of
those g*od things that wives, mothers, and
daughters of St. Bernard know so well
how to prepare. You may rest assured
that the Sir Knignts of St. Bernard sur
rendered and threw wide open the doors
and bade them enter and not forget the
baskets. Supper was prepared to which
all did ample justice, after which the
evening was spent in social intercourse,
games, and a good time generally,
among other things the Sir Knights per
forming the grand sit down feat much
to the amusement of the ladies. Ladies
come again and be sure and not forget
the baskets.—Th& Master Meson.
Mrs. G. Schleuder entertained a large
party, last Friday evening, which was
one of the most enjoyable events of the
season. The large, well furnished rooms
were crowded with guests, for whose
entertainment every provision was made
by the hostess.
The young ladies gave a party at the
Davidson House parlors, Saturday
The Baptist sociable was held at the
church, Thursday evening,
W. S. Repass has been transferred from
the Mason City branch to the main line.
Ned Lewis from the night passenger train
to the day tram on the Mason City line.
George Campbell to the night train on the
same line. These Conductors have many
friends in Austin, who will be pleased to
hear of their deserved promotion.
Several gentlemen who will build, this
spring, have made arrangements to get
stone from Dodge Center. There is no
better stone in the state, than the stone
quarried at this place. Mr. C. H. Coats
has taken the contract to turnish stone
from this quarry. Anyone wishing stone
can learn prices by inquiring of him.
Excursion to Jackson and New Orleans.
The great Inter State Dairymen and
Fruit Growers' Convention will be held
at Jackson, Mississippi, February 16th,
17th and 18th. The Mardi Gras Festival
at New Orleans, will come off February
22nd, and the Inter-State Agricultural
Convention, at Lake Charles, Louisiana,
February 22nd, 28d and 24th. To accom
modate all who desire to attend one or
all of the above gatherings, the Illinois
Central Railroad will run a Special Ex
cursion, leaving Mona at 11:05 p. m.,
Monday, February 14, 1887. Fare to
New Orleans and return, only $29.00.
Tickets limited to 30 days, and good for
stopover privileges at Jackson, Miss.,
and Hammond, Louisiana, (where so
many northern people are settling), Par
ties going to Jennings and Lake Charles
will get low rates from New Orleans.
One liundrcd*and thirty dollars in premi
ums are offered for oest exhibits of but
ter at the Jackson convention, and the
Illiuois Central Railroad will transport
free, all butter packages for exhibition
from points on tlus line. Sutter manu
facturers should write the undersigned
for Proitram and Circulars concerning
the Jackson Convention. Sleeping Cars
and Coaches will run through to Jackson
without change. Application for Sleep
ing Car berths should be made to the un
dersigned at Manchester, Iowa, on or be
fore February 10th.
J. F. MERRT,
Gen. West. Pass. Agt.
HON. W. H. OFFICER.
Tfte community was surprised to hear
of the sudden death of Hon. W. H.
Officer, which occurred Sunday at 5 p. m.
He was in the city Friday, and was in
usual health. He was taken ill Friday
evening with a bowel complaint, and
rapidly lost strength, though his death
Mr. Officer was born at Chandlersville,
Ohio, about 65 years ago. He came to
Wis. in 1856, and represented that state
in the legislature in 1854-5. He came to
Austin in 1868, and since his settlement
here has been engaged in milling. He
represented Mower Co. in the Senate
from 1877 to 1883, and was one of the
most influential members the county ever
had. He has always taken an active
interest in politics, and his course has
always been honorable. In his death
Austin loses one of its most valuable
and public spirited citizens. He was
universally esteemed and respected,
wherever he was known. His was a
familiar figure on our streets and his
genial, hearty manner always made him
a welcome visitor. He leaves a wife and
three married children, who have th3
sympathy of the whole community.
Funeral services will bo held this after
noon, at 1 o'clock, at the house, Rev.
W. E. Stanley officiating.
Farmer's Alliance Meeting.
The following paper was read before
the Farmers' Alliance meeting of Jan.
22, and ordered to be printed in the Aus
Can farmers raise Tomatoes with prof
it at the price paid at tlie canning fac
The answer to this question depends
mostly upon the knowled and skill of
the farmer. I have raised tomatoes in
a small way for a number of years, but
this business has not been a speciality
with me have studied somewhat the
conditions of a crop, but do not pretend
to know all there is to know, in order to
make it a success. Some things how
ever, are very evident these we will
proceed to state.
1. We have pure seed I mean by
this, unmixed and thoroughly sound.
Last year among my plants ware several
varieties mixed up. Now when this is
the case you cannot obtain so good or so
large a crop. At another time I planted
seed that had been kept over it was old
seed, only a part grew. Here again, a
loss was suffered.
2. In order to have your fruit ripen
in season you must start your plants in
hot bed. As to size, suit your own con
venience. I have five sash, 3 by 6 feet
each. Shall make a frame of inch
boards, 15 by 6 feet, sloping toward the
south. The frame will be 20 inches
deep on the north and 17 inches on the
south sides making the slope 3 iaches.
Find a warm place, if possible sheltered
from the north winds.
Now draw horse manure, fresh as
possible from your barn, spread it out
over the place where you design to have
your bed, one foot longer and wider
than your frame, and two feet deep
work this over thoroughly, keeping the
coarse part at the bottom, or remoye it
away: tramp down, let it remain three
ox four days, then cover with 6 or S inch
es of soil on this, place your frame,
sinking it into the soil on the frame
place your sash—excluding the air as far
as possible. After the soil becomes warm
and the steam passes off, plant your seed
in drills. Look at your bed daily to see
that it is not over heated and keep it
supplied with moisture. When your
plants are up let in the air by degrees,
so as to harden them off, and transplant
into a cold frame as you are able.
We take it for granted that ground
is selected where you are to plant. It
need not be rich moderately rich is
best. Let it be plowed deep and har
rowed thoroughly, being sure to stir the
soil just before planting. Last of all,
plant the ground make level. Money
is saved by pulverizing and smoothing
the soil. The season is advanced, you
are now making your field. I have found
5 feet by 4 feet good distance apart for
rows. This will require nearly 2200
plants per acre. A man, quick motioned
and a boy, can set this in one day. Just
as the small weeds come in sight go
over your field with cultivator then with
fine tooth harrow. After this, I plant
between rows one way, find it good way
to kill small weeds. As season advances,
some weeds will be left around the plants
go- in with hoe, also hand pick weeds.
Don't allow one to escape, Keep watch,
don't let the weeds get ahead of you,
The expense of hoeing will be but a tri
fle if you are prompt. I timed a boy
last summer and he was four hours hoe
ing1 out an acre. It is mush easier hoeing
tomatoes than corn or potatoes.
Now the question comes, will it pay?
Let us estimate:
Cost of plants per acre $ 8.00.
Preparing gronnd 4.00.
Setting plants 4.00.
Cultivating and planting 9.00.
Picking and marketing 15.00
Whole expense $40.00
The yield, last year, was about 230 bush
els. Sold at the canning factory 217.
Notwithstanding the severe drought we
sold over $70 worth ot tomatoes our
most profitable crop, The expenses as
above foot up $40. After expenses were
paid we had for profit $30
Suppose our canning factory to become
a success—and I am confident it will be.
More than this, other factories will spring
up and demand produce, I am not a
prophet, but I should say at the least,
40.000 bushels will be wanted. This num
ber at 30 cents per bushel would amount
to $12,000—quite a little sum to be put
in the pockets of our farmers.
The men who have the direction of
our canning factory are business men.
The enterprise they oversee is a public
enterprise. They have invested their
money and given their time, more with
an eye to the public good than to their
own pockets. They rigidly economize
this they must do at first, and this is the
strongest argument for the permancy of
our market. But in the near future they
will show a good dividend. Wise econo
my, unswerving integrity and manly en
ergy will time make our coming in
terest a safe investment.
All tnings considered, we think the
farmer will find profit in planting and
raising tomatoes for our home market.
Do you want a Bar
gain in Winter Dress
Goods? Do you want
a Bargain in Cloaks?
If you do, remember
that we are offering
As we intend
Dr. ALEX. MacDONALD,
Who Live in the Vicinity of
And Who are in need of
Should eali on
A. P. BOUNCE.
Wright I Decker.
make extended improve
our store, next Spring1, and
afford to spare any space, we
have decided not
carry over any
But will closethem out at reduced prices.
Call ami see what wc have to offer.
December 10, 1886.
DEAR SIR: I first Consulted yon about the First of
Angast of tbe present year. My spptoms were Cough, Pain
in Side, Night Sweats, Rapid Loss of Flesh and Want of Appe
tite. I nsed Yonr Oxjgen Dome Treatment for Four Months,
and under this alone I gained Twenty-Five Pounds, lost all
Former Spptoms, and am now Robustly Healthy.
With the Deepest Gratitude, I remain,
Yours Sincerely, ESTHER HELLENBOLT,
Town of Austin, Minn.
For Oxygen, Home or Office Treatment, go to
Dr. Macdonald Dispensary,
Instead of Purchasing from other Physicians here, who import from
Chicago and Philadelphia, and hence, as Express Carriage injures it.
provide an Inferior Article. The Oxygen supplied by Dr. MacDonald
is made the Dispensary and is not rendered partially inert by carriage.
MEALS at ALL HOURS.
Oysters in All Styles.
Candies of ail Kinds.
Under Austin State itank, Beattie's Old
One 5-year old, seven-eighths Norman—a
good foal getter.
Two Spring Colts, fifteen-sixteenths Nor
man. Will make good heavy stallions.
One yearling colt, fifteen-sixteenths Nor
All bred by the imported Norman, "Duke of
will give time on (rood notes.
Above stook can be seen at my place, three
miles south Qf Blooming Prairie.
IP. A. PETERSON.
We desire to inform the
People of Mower County
and vioinity, that wo shall
•oon put in a full stock of
American and Foreign
Marble and Granite
Cemetery Work of all
kinds at reasonable prices.
Parties needing anything in
this lins, will find it will
pay to examine our prices.
ABRAHAMS & HAHF.
JfiTOffice, opposite S. C. Olson's.-^g
T. W. DONOVAN.
A Full Stock of
Always on Hand, at the Lowest Prices.
Special Attention Given to
.First Door East of Oscar Ayers. South Side
of Court House Square.
Default having been made in the payment
of the sum of three hundred sixty-six and
*2-100 dollars, ($366.42^ which is claimed to be
due at the date of thi8 notice upon a certain
Mortgage, duly executed and delivered by
A. Schi oc-lgus and Truls Nelson and Elin
Nelson, his wife, to David Giddings, bearing
date the 4th day of February, A. D. 1882, and,
with a power of sale therein contained, duly
recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds
in and for the county of Mower, and State of
Minnesota, on the 4th day of February, A. D.
1882, at 5 o'clock p. .,in Book 1 of Mortgages,
on page 12, which said mortgage was, on the
22d day of December, A. D. 1882, duly assigned
to Caroline Stanton, Mary E
Helen Hinckley, and the said assignment
thereof was duly recorded in the office of the
said Register of Deeds, on the 22d day of De
cember, A. D. 1882, at 2 o'clock p. m., in Book
2 of Mortgages, on wage 510.
And no action or proceeding having been
instituted, at law ®r otherwise to recover the
debt secured by said Mortgage, Jor any part
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that
by virtue.of the power of sale contained in
said mortgage, and pursuant to the statute
in such case made and provided, the said
Mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the
premises described in and conveyed by said
The north (60) sixty acres of the south half
of the north-west quarter of section twenty
eight (28) in township one hundred and three
(103) north of range seventeen (17) west. In
Mower County and state of Minnesota, with
the hereditaments and appurtenances
Which sale will be made by the SherifT of
said Mower County, at the office of Richard
son, Day & Co., in the City of Austin, in said
County aud State, on the 19th. day of March,
A. D. 1887, atlOo'cloak a. m., of that day. at
pubUc vendue, to the highest bidder for cash,
to pay said debt and interest, and tbe taxes,
if any, on said premises, and twonty-flve dol
lars attorney's fees, as stipulated in and by
said Mortgage in case of foreclosure, and tbe
disbursements aliowed by law, subject to re
demption at any time within one year from
day of sale, as provided by law.
Dated Austin, Minn., Feb. 4th. A. D. 18874
CAROLINE H. STANTON,
MARY E. HINCKLEY.
XIOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY
Default has been made in the payment of
the sum of one hundred forty-seven and 5-100
dollars, which is claimed to be due, and is
due, at the date of this notice, upon a certain
Mortgage, duly executed and delivered by Ar
thur W, McMillan and Nancy C. McMillan. his
wife to Frank H. Oatman and Wilbur H. Oat
man bearlng date the 15th day of April, A. D.
1885, and duly recorded in the office of the Reg
ister of Deeds in and for the County of Mower
and State of Minnesota, on the
1st day of June
A. D. 1885, at 3 o'clock p. m., in book 3
gages, on page 255.
And no action or proceeding at law or other
wise having been instituted to recover the
debt secured by said Mortgage, or any part
thereof except as herein stated to-wit:
That judgment was rendered against said
Arthur W. McMillan in an action instituted
in Justice Court of said Mower County, upon
a promissory note constituting a part of the
debt secured by said mortgage. That an exe
cution upon the judgment rendered in said
action has been returned wholly unsatisfied,
and hat the sum of thirty-four and 41-100 dol*
lars Is now aotually due and unpaid upon said
Now. therefore, notice is hereby given, that
by virtue of a power of sale contained in
said Mortgage, and pursuant to the statute
in such case made and provided, the said
Mortgage will be foreclosed, and the prem
ises described in and covered by said Mort
Lots numbers eight (8) and nine (9) in block
number forty-three (43) in Yates & Lewis's
addition to the Village of Austin, in Mower
County and State of Minnesota, with the her
editaments and appurtenances,
Will be seld at public auction, for cash, to
pay said debt and interest, and tbe taxes, if
any on said premises, and twenty-five dollars
attorney's fee, as stipulated in and by said
Mortgage in case of foreclosure, and the dis
bursements allowed by law which sale wiU
be made by the Sheriff of said Mower County,
at the office of Richardson, Dav & Co. in the
City of Austin, in said county and state, on
Saturday the 19th day of March, A. D. 1887, at
at 10 o'clock a. m., of that day, subject to re
demption at any tim» within one year from
the day of sale, as provided by law.
Dated at Austiu, Minn., February 4th. A. D.
FRANK H. OATMAN and
VT OTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE
S. HELEN HINCKLEY,
Assignee of Mortgage*.
RICHARIWON, DAY & Co., Attorneys. 4feb7
WILBUR, H. OATMAN,
RICHARDSON, DAY & Co., Attorneys for
Default has been made in the payment of the
sum of six hundred ninety-five dollars, which
is claimed to be due and is 'due at this date
upon a mortgage made and delivered by Mi
chael Gillespie, mortgagor, to Mrs. C. P. Dana,
mortgagee, dated Oct. 25th, 1875 recorded
Oct- 25tb, 1875, at 2 o'clock p. m., in the Regis
ter of Deed s' office, in Mower County, Minne
sota, in Book "Q" of mortgages, on page 366,
and conveying the west half of the south
west quarter of section nineteen, (19) in town
ship one hundred and one (101) north, of range
fifteen (15) west, in said county.
Now notice is hereby given, that tta« said
mortgage will be foreclosed, and said prem
ises will be sold at the office of Richardson,
Day & Co., Austin, Minnesota, at ten o'clock
in the forenoon of Saturday, March 12th,
1887, to pay said debt and interest, together
with twenty-five dollars Attorney's fee, and
the costs and disbursements allowed by law.
Dated Austin, Minn., Jan. 25th, 1887.
MRS. C. P. DANA. Mortgagee.
RICHARDSON, DAY & Co., Attorneys for
Default has been made in the payment
tbe sum of four hundred dollars ($400) interact
money which is claimed to be dne,
and la due, at the date of this
notice, upon a certain mortgage, duly
ezecuted and delivered by Fay R. Smith an*
Altmna E. Smith to W. H, Strong, bearing
date tbe first day of January A. D., 1884, to se
cure a note of five thousand dollars with
interest payable annually at eight per cent
per annum. Bald mortgage being duly re
corded in tbe office of the Register of Deeds,
in and for tbe county of Mower, and State of
Minnesota, tbe fifth day of January A. D.,
1884, at four o'clock, p. m., in book one d) of
mortgages, on page 624.
Said mortgage was, on the 4th day of Jan
uary A. D., 1887, duly assigned and trans
ferred by tbe said W. H. Strong to Hampton
H. Kent and said assignment was duly re
corded tbe office of tbe Register of Deeds
aforesaid, on tbe 10th day of January A. D.,
1887, in book 6 of mortgages, on page 52.
Said mortgage is conditioned that if de
fault be made in any of the provisions there
in contained, it shall be lawful for said mort
gagee or his assigns, or attorney, to declare
the whole .amount thereof to be dne, and
pursuant to said conditions, tbe whole amount
secured by said mortgage remaining unpaid,
to-wit: the sum of five thousand four hun
dred and fourteen dollars, is hereby declared
to be due, and the said sum is claimed to be
due at tbe dute of this Dotice
And no action or nreceeding at law or oth
erwise having been instituted to recover the
dabt sccured by said mortgage or any part
Now, therefore, notice is hereby given.
That by virtue of a power of sale contained
in said mortgage, and pursuant to the statute
in such case made and provided, tbe said
mortgage will be foreclosed, and the premis
es described in and covered by said mortgage,
The South-east quarter of section eleven
(11), In township one hundred two (102), North
range eighteen (18) west also all that part of
the north-east quarter of section eleven (11)
township one hundred two (102) north, range
eighteen (18) west, lying south and west ot
the Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad track de
scribed as follows: Commencing at the
south east corner of said north east quarter
of said section eleven (11) said township and
range, thence running north to said railroad
truck, thence following along the line of tbe
said railroad track in a north westerly direc
tion to the north line of said section cieven
(11) thence west to the north west corner of
said north east quarter of said section eleven
(11) thence south one hundred sixty (160)
rods thence east one hundred sixty tlGO) rods
to the place of beginning. Also all that part
of the south west quarter of section eleven
(11) township one hundred two (102) range
eighteen (18) west, lyinsr east of the Mason
City division of the Milwaukee & St. Paul
railroad track, containing about twenty-five
(25) acres also the east half of the south
east quarter of section ten (10) and the north
west quarter of the south west quarter of
section eleven (11), township one hundred twe
(102) range eighteen  west, excepting and
reserving therefrom ten  acres sold to
Pierce described as follows, to-wit: Com
mencing twenty-nine  rods west of the
north east corner of paid south east quarter of
said section ten , thence running east
sixty-four rods, and eighteen and three
fourths [18jj] links, thence south thirty-five
 rods and eighteen and three-fourths [183f]
links, thence west thirty-five  rods and
eighteen and three fourths [18$£] Unfcs, thence
north twenty-five rods and eighteen and
three,fourths [183£J links, thence west thirty
one and three-fifth [313-5] rods, tbence north
easterly to the place of beginning. Also tbe
south half of the south west quarter
of section twenty-three  town
ship one hundred two  range
eighteen . Also the east half of the south
east quarter and the south half of the north
east quarter of section tbtity-three  in
township one hundred three [1(8] nortn,
range eighteen  west. 615 acres more or
less, in Mower County, and State of Minneso
ta, with the hereditaments and appurten
Will be sold at public auction, to the igh
est bidder, for cash, to pay said debt and in
terest, and the taxes, if any, on said premis
es, and fifty dollars attorney's fee, as stipula
ted in and by said mortgage in case of fore
closure, and the disbursements allowed by
law which sale will be made by the Sheriff of
said Mower County, at the west front door of
the Court Honse. in the city of Austin, in
said Mower County and State of Minnesota,
on Saturday the 5th day of March, A. J).,
18S7, at 10 o'clock, a. m., of that day, subject
to redemption at anv time within one year
from the day of sale, as provided by law.
Minnesota, January 13,
HAMPTON H. KENT,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
E. B. CRAKE,
G. M. CAMERON, Assignee.
j^TATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY
£5 OF MOWER, as.
In. Probate Court, Special Tessa, Jaaaary
Ia the matter of the estate of Thomas Flanni
On reading and tiling the petition of Pat
rick Flannigan, administrator of the estate of
Thomas Flannigan, deceased, representing
among other things, that he has fully admin
istered said estate, and praying that a time
and place be fixed for examining and allowing
his account of bis administration, and for the
assignment of the residue of said estate to
It is ordered, that said account be examined
and petition beard,by the Judge of this Court,
on Monday, the 14th day of February, A. D.
1887, at one o'clock p. m. of that day, at the
office of the JHdge of Probate at Austin in said
And it is further ordered, that notice there
of be given to all persons interested, by pub
lishing a copy of this order for three succes
sive weeks prior to said day of hearing, in
the MOWKR COUNTY TRANSCRIPT, a newspa
perfprinted and published at Austin in said
Dated at Austin, Minn., the 18th day of Jan
uary A. D. 1887.
By the Court,
W. W. RANNEY,
ianSl-4t. Judge of Probate.
CJTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY
OOF MOWER, ss.
In Probate Court.
In the matter of tbe estate of Elizabeth
OB reading and filing the petition of Ella
Harrison of said State, representing, among
other things, that Elizabeth Mclntire, late of
Austin, in said County, on the 29th day of Oc
tober, 1884, at Austin, in Mower- County, died
intestate, and being a resident of this County
at the time of her death, leaving goods, chat
tels and estate within this county, and that
the said petitioner is a daughter of said de
ceased. and praying that' administration of
said estate be to her granted, it is ordered
that said petition be heard before the Jndge
of this Court, on Saturday, the 12th day of
February, 1887, at 10 o'clock a. m., in Austin,
at the Probate Office in said County.
Ordered further.that notice thereof be giyen
to the heirs of said deceased, and to all er
sons interested, by publishing a copy of this
order for three successive weeks in tbe
MOWKR COUNTY TRANSCRIPT, a newspaper
printed and published at Austin in said
Dated at Austiu, tue 15th day of January,
A. D. 1SS7.
By the Court,
W. W. RANNEY,
21Jan-4t Judge of Probate.
QTATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY
O OF MOWER, SS.
The State of Minnesota to Peter Campbell
You are hereby summoned to be and ap
pear before the undersigned, one of the jus
tices of the Peace in ana for said county, on
the 12th day of February, 1687, at ten o'clock
in the forenoon, at my office in the 2d ward of
the city of Austin, said county, to answer
to C. Davidson in a civil action.
Should you fail to appear at the time and
•lace aforesaid, judgement will be rendered
against you upon the evidence adduce4 by
said C. H. Davidson for such sum as he
show himself entitled to.
Given under my hand this 7th day of Jan
N. K. NOBLE.
Justice of the Peace.
TWO FARMS FOR SALE.
In Town of Lansing. Good improved land.
Good House and Stables. Grove of Young
Timber near House. Running Water.
Good Improved Land in Town of Udolpho.
Good Buildings, Good Water, and 35 Acres of
same in Timber. Also Live Stook aud Ma
For terms and price inquire of
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