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THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
L, Gr, QOUXiD, Editor. August 22, iZ12 Liberal Republican and Democratic Reform Ticket. CJit'il I 4 .V SI 1 3 - IL S I U Wic SS. M FOR PRESIDENT, HuRA.CE GREELEY, of N. Y. NOR VICK PRESIDENT, B. CrRATZ B RO WN, of Missouri Democratic State Ticket. For Secretaiy of State, AQUILLA WILEY. c ' For Supreme Judge. . , JOHN L. GREEN. " Member of Board Public Works. - ISAAC B: RILEY" ,',t For Congress, 4th District, " V Hon. J. J. WINANS, o. .rr : Of Green Hon. J. J. Winans. i.'ii'i While . Judge ..Winans .was a ! member of Congress : he advoca- ted a fevenre tariff of uniform . rates, as being raoro just to all ' concerned than discrimination in ..; favor !of the few '.at; the' expense -of the many. 'This tariff policy of discrimination, so persistently "i urged by the Radicals ia an , in- ! "Bidioua measure and well calcu lated to mislead the great labor ing and producing classes.- For instance, take the item of leather, . .what interest has. the consumer in who produces the leather? ',, Whether it be an .' American or Frenchman it matters not with '.Mm.' He is only interested in the.pric8, and if five cents doty 'be placed on French" leather, the . home manufacturer will at once advance five cents a pound on his leather; and the question is who--, pays" thi- additional five cents? V Why evidently ; the con sumer, and then the question is ' who pocketa the five cents? . Why evidently the manufacturer. As ha ia flfiA t Ti a m onir if ia ilnav . . . . i .. , tu . . this ia lesrisiation in the interest- est of the few at the expense of J the many V And so ot ; all other tariff restrictions. Let the labor ing classes and the mechanics re member ; J udge ' Winans' efforts j for- them, when they, come to vote for a Representative in Oc tbbernext, and choose between him and. Gunckle, which will stu dy their interests the most. uucmx MJiaiuc utaue u l uuv KJI I himselfJwhen hB-nnank t nnia r.--- " .--: , , . ToT7lQl r-nrth,'- K I . V-twuA ' w byuvuiut: tilts PrACKluntinl nnAofiAn rpk O I rnV Tt ' "uv "r!-?r tor cornea back on the Speaker in it Tnaern t th Speaker's idol, Gen. Grant, will relish still Ie8S.-: He shoWS that it is Orant's fault that his old . supporters ; in the Republican -party have witli,' -Liiberals drawn from him their confi.W m. . ; .iney were anxious to secure a faithful and economic administra- tion ; of the Government, and found that they. could not do eo tbroutrh a man who substituted his ovrn crude designs for the well understood, wishes of the people, who gave to his relatives aud army friends what belonged I to the whole country, who repaid aro persoua! gifts by officiu! patron- inS age, who used the war powers of .he Opverra?,VHht ,,,,,,; ny in umeioi peace, and whodel- egated to rings large povvefs'and a 1 ' b-vr-TiwuuuiiuiMueiei- ----- tutiona. They therefore turn -loin, r.iut to wreeiey, teeiing fiure that liberty and peace will be advanced therabv. ' lie j .The votr in North Carolina hows fh'o power of our centraliT- ile 8U0 ed Uront desnrvtism Ktrin it I J official power, and deprive it of the millions it corruptly controls, ana me i.ong urancn party would -democracy nnt rnnkn n rpurwiii atiln cv - w .huiv auuiv lijg. I - I Gen- Once oust this Grant despotism r-. it -ii ; : . . I iruJii jiower, it win not mid ; friend or defender in any respec table society. Kven those now 1 - !f- I 119 Riifh supp'orterft will bestow "curses not loud but deep," and thus add I to "the deep damnation of its ta- j king off." I North Carolina. Tlie liadiculs, by undoubted fraud, have secured a partial transitory triumph in North AThey have counted in candidate fop Governor by a jority not yet definitely decided upon, but which it ia proposed place in. the neighborhood of or three thousand. The Gran jtites will. find Ihia victory as substautiul a3 Dead Sea fruits. The Conservatives have elected five out. of- eight Congressmen and a handsome working majori ty in the Legislature, thus insur ing the return of a Democrat the United States Senate in place of Mr. Pool. It is, moreover, pro bable that Judge Merrimon contest the election of Governor Caldwell before the ixxt Legia ture, iu. which case, if our friends have been vigilant in detecting the 'vuys that are dark and tricks that are vaiu" of our unscrupu lous . opponents, there can be difficulty in undoing the work the ballot-box stufiera. Jn event, the cheating by which they have made Mr. Caldwell Governor of North Carolina not only recoil upon the Radicals of that iState. insuring its vnln fr Mr.Greelev in November,but will hnrh ,l,0o,i0 f ' he worth thousands of votes tho Conservative cause through- the country. Gen. Dix as a Time Serer. .. . er. ' . Dix adheres to Grant and the Radical papers ore mukin" C3 great hurrah over it. Why shouldn't " Dix declare for a ue posit and gilt-takei? He has aa a reward for his loyalty ( ) was . J J been as arrant a place-seeker as the political reeords of the coat.. try can .h.w. He opposes Gree- ley - because he is "unstable and erratic". ' Well-a-d ay! What is Dix, Drav? When ha starfo.l nnf. he supported Adams and Clay When their fires burned low . he warmed himself as a retainer at the camp fires of Jackson. He went into the Senate to fill the phfee of Silas -V VVriffht -when Wright became Governor of New York. Then he ran for Govern- or of New York on the Free Soil ticketr-fn 1860 he wasfiuthawt-J astic for Rreckenrie, but When the war broke out he smelled place, position, and power on the TJstion Bide and went for it; and made a MajorsGeneral. He turn ed ! from" Lincoln to support McCIellan in '64. In '65 he was devoted to Johnson, and in '68 was again' a Radical. . If any weather-cock can beat this, we would .like to see it. By. all means, Brother Dix,. give your testimony against time serving and chango of political opinions. The Xenia Gazette, a strong ni : .i . . . ?r?"vv!' I" tne Iollowin complimentary notice ot oor candidate for Congress. ' Aft tllA -JflTfltfn KAlrtn.l ..I . Judge. Winans once to Congress, kn0W8 whereof lt ke; -The nomination of Jude Winans by the Liberal Conven- tion at Dnvlnn. Inaf. ,.rnl.. tf708 geiiel satisfaction amon-H and Democrats, who re- gard him as an able' and honest. otaiesman, in uhose hands the interests of the district could be safely placed, and Laving once been tried in Congress, and not fad wanting." It would seem. from this that there are some Liberal, .Republic caus in Green county. To Democrats. no doubt that tlipro some Democrats who, believ- that the party abandoned its Pri?lGS when it put Greeley in tof surely can gain nothing by such com so. A' vote withheld from monr? IIe is lor Greeley. jJoes any Democrat doubt the Democracy of Allen G. Thurman? is for (ireeley. L fey. k Tn ... fl-.... !.. . 1. I "" o iijr iciuuiiat uuuui me Democracy of Thoe H,Hondricks? ia tor Greeley. Does any Democrat doubt the neTsfor CJreli' ' Voorhecs'! Doe8anyr Democrat doubt; the of such men as W. S. Grocsbeck. p.n If PoniTlof.-v I ' . w iiuiuuu Geo. VV. Monran and (Jarrpf Davis? They are all for Greeley. rti,i ri. . . I ,-. ..l..,,,u is going to ue JiirVr, b.est of ovl "l """iwhis are stating in h ihdr Ki,0r Vermont election, Tuesday September 3; Maine election, Monday. September 9. For the Democrat. JACKSON TOWNSHIP, Aug. 17, '72. art of soma of our couuty offi jiU t-iiit ought to be investigas ted, and if the parties are guilty they ongl-t to be vindica ted, and it guilty the people but Car olina. their ma to two un- to will no of any th?rgk investigation, and t quickly, or f not, will, and ou 1 o the Editor of Uemocrat: bn It Has been "rurnorea round in this township for some lime mat mere exists in Court Home, in Eaton, a system or irauus aim sieaiines on to know it iu time to clear mat "Augean otaoie. bJieved bv manv srood mnnihnt . .. '. . . . ' especially in tfte Clerk's office, for a tew 3'ears back that theov- . 1 r cituaigeo in me biiajie 01 vieiK. tees, nave amounted to hundreds of dollar?, perhaps thousands. . . . there the people demand that it exiiosed, and that qnickly, that the evrl may bo corrected the coming October election. i nere is now ample time before i,o. . s..:.i.5. u. rumors aud either confirm or re fute them. Let it not be said that thes charges are made iaat in the cvo of an election for polit ical erreet tor there is new ample time to make the necessary ex amination. and lo eithet establish or refute these rumors of corrup tion. inetJleiK: himself, if mno L - 11 . . . . cent, wui certainly uemana that to to efve r,lne to n ViAnAsk rn that the intrr of th i t - may oesuoservea and peculation, n. Sieailiior jinn rlishnnootTT ho ctnn r,oi- n,t i T7i"; "."" pea, ana you Air. .Editor, if you , , ' tUa i.,f. . - have the interest ol litigants and tax-payers at heart, as I believe you have, will urge an immedi ate examination into this matter lhe Washington Capital, edit- ed by Don Piatt, has commenced a series of articles entitled: "The President Personally," in which the M of the Cigar is dispas sionately but snilfully dissected, In n first of these articles it is shown that the vaunted prosneri- ' of the bountry hasjailed to reach the masses; that it extends to only a privileged few, while tne many find it difficult to meet tQ0 hlSh toxes imposed, and the increased cost of living: that States, like;conquered provinces, are handed over to thievmggangs of alien adventurers, and that the Girnnienr, controlled by "rings, 13 run tor the oenefit of a few uIoo1 relatious or brided parti- sans. For all this Grant is held to be largely responsible. While . his rumor faults are excused, those which have injnriouely affected ,! , . , .issues and interests are exposed with severe truthfulness, First comes his connection with Sales J. Bowen in Washington. next his connect FYiiinv'' in N -.t. J - XVI a. W 1 1 13 LUII I ing the first hours of Grant's offi cial life in the Executive Mansio the other sanctioning an iufamous conspiracy intended to paralyze I . the whole trade and credit of New York lor the benefit of the conspir ators, who were headed by Cor bin, a brother-iu-law of the Presi dent and tailed, according to all legitimate inference, by the Presi: dent himself. In closing the first branch of lhe s,,biecf ,he Capital 6ays: . Ay intimation of a belief in ' 1 resnlent's wrongdoing is Inec a howl of wrath from parasiteB and dependents, and no end of political bilge-water is l)OU1"-'l upon the head of the of-, fender. Very well, gentlemen; you only make matters worse for your patron; If your Master ia really blameless, a calm, dignified response is far more effective than vioien abuse. If, on the other hand, ho is guilty, your con uuct aggravates his offence. The flower of tho Republican party tho men who gave birth 'o it and who carried it forward to success--are with the Libera movement to-day. While Gree 'ey ana Schurz and Sumner and against military rule and personal government, the army of pureUe- publicanism is beinrr marfibntT .. u -n. - those fine old Democratic Jotesmeu Grant, Ben. Butler, JSiiuon Cameron, Morton and Coukling. It is not difficult to find the side of the "ne upon thf ,?raiM and honesty f "uu.au puny are array It's all very well to Bay that Mr . . . . .- .. ureeiey Jacks decision and force character, but we are free to ., , . . . . that, iu our opinion, the rrMi. tleman who wrote him from Washington for money, where with to start a Greeley paper doesn't think eo. a H. . als. B. 7, of A Manly Letter. Mr. Greeley has been represen not ted by the opponents of his elec a- tion as a weak and vacillatins person, without force of charac me ter or Dei.Bigtenee it, anv fixed iae of polic now Ion- since tne i i, a,iAntflfi tUn -.,.!-... ing hands across the bloody chasm, the language of the let ter in wnicn ne, nvo years ago replied to the,New York club that out threatened hija with expulsion Uhon h Tfv.,... tv: ? t wnicn to-aay roni..lii.a .. 1 1 .1 uuuuuauujf proves; ana with what consiaten I i i . . t. s uy auu mauuness no nas tor six years following maintained in a i , . I nrricrt r r nAoif inn' An U. AV.n-.:A be s lucuuiuu so of ideas and principles then cnun at ciated, is evidence enough. The follovvino-; fhe Wtr r0frri i,.,.. T ..n i. .... wMiLjsMta. i. enaii not uttena a ht your meeting this evening:. have an engagement out of town. and shell keep it. I do not re cognize you as capable of judg ing, or even fully apprehending me. You evidently regard me a weak sentimentalist, misled by a maudlin philosophy. I arraign you as narrow-minded blockheada who would like to be useful to a great and good cause, but don't know how. Your attempts to asema great, enduring party on I ttlG nate wr.,n necessarily I CUCUUCiCU U V Ik UIVUU V t 11 W CI. ,-8thoilITh ' fllimi,d nIaiit 0 j r - I colony on an iceberg which had f j , t . " somehow drifted into a tropical t .n 1 I UVd XI . 4. LCI 1 KJLl bllUb UUl of a life earnestly devoted to the good of human kind your chil dren will select my ffoius: to T?l'limnnH fin-l eiirr.inff frliof K..5I bond as the wisest act. nnd will feel that it did more for freedom and humanity than all of you wer wmpetent to do though you liomnfyoZh that voa nroeeed to vour n,l hv a direct, frank, manly way. Don't sidle off into a mild resolution of cen.s"r0 but move the expulsion rtvV.Vl for fs that vou makfi this n H"nnnr0 stand-up; fight, and record your judgment by yeas and nays. I care not how few vote with me, 'tSJtSo laEJ w 1 1 nent in the d.iRc nl horr three years have passed. Udnerstand once, for all, that I dare you and defy you, and tH&t I propose to fight it out on the lino that I have held from the day of Lee's surrender. So lone as any man was seeking to over- throw oor Government, he was m enemy; from the hour in whlch Le ,aid down his arms, he i uo ijjv luimciiv tunijii countrv national mnn. ,nn(r nnv fa to the national unity; the Federal authority, or to that assertion of tlle equal rights of all men, which I n U I 1 . J A . 1- . i 1 ,. Diiiiu uu uiy .uesi to uepnve uira oi power; but wnen he ceases to be thus, I demand hia restoration to all the privileges of American citizenship, 1 gfveyou fair no tice that' I shall urge the reinfran chisement of those now proscrib ed for rebellion so 60011 as I shall feel confident that this course is consistent with the freedom of the blacks and the unity of the Republic, and that I f hall demand a recall of all now in exile oulv for participating in the rebellion, whenever the country shall have been so thoroughly pacified that its Safety will not thereby be en dangered. And, so gentlemen, hoping that you will henceforth comprehend me somewhat bet ter than you have done. I remain, HORACE GREELEY. MAY 23, 1867. Presibent Grant's carelessness in small business matters, to tho extent of 25,000 or so, is rather broadly hinted at iu a letter pub- liehed in the New York papers from Mr. S. J. Bowen, an ex-May- I or and late Postmaster of Wash ington. Indeed, Mr. Bowen de clares that his business transac tions with Grant disclosed he as tonishing fact that the latter'a character "for i to honor hnnpcl-v I and tuth', was not Aha . riio-Vioot imaginable, and he has abundant evidence to . prove that Grant cheated him but of $25,000 "with coolness and deliberation that would do credit to any blackleg." u.uu.uutv-u iu iuo utsuiti in Cincinnati tor Congress on the 4th. For the second district Gen. J3. Bancinor. T.ihfipal. wan nnm. , c ' iuulcu. lue UOUnty IlCKeC IS I maae up ot Uemocratsand Liiber- rJ-i U)l rr' " Ul " I Iwo colored men in Boston, r. Randolph and John A. Mulli- gan, advocates of Greeley and J I uiKjn u, uuvu puoiisnea a cnai-I engo to any colored supporters I Grant lo meet them in public discuasion. -I Among the changes from Grant to Greeley iu New York State are Bix ot the members of the State Committee, .Mr. Littlejohn, who has been times elected Speaker of the New York House of Representatives by the Republican party. The PiuCess Nellie Grant is Vienna. we iai a . IIolloway's Tills. Those rills lone, aniony all the medicines in exis tence, possess the property of cleans ing and regulating the bowels purifying the animal fluids without depressing either body or mind. 78 Maiden Lane, N. Y. Price, 25 per box. Ask for new style; the is countcrieitea. October Election. To the Editor of the Eaton DeMocrnt : Yon will please announre to the people of Preble county that WILLIAM . QUINN will be an candidate before them nt the October election, mrj, utr uierK 01 salt! wno will MANY FRIENDS. t. EniTOlt DEMOCn AT. rieasi; announce name of RmiKRT JliiSEKi as nn Independent Candidate for Comity Coroner, at the next Oi-tolier MANY VOTERS. EI). OF IIKMOCRAT-l'I.r.iiiiiif,i,n h.o..m. ori. '. KEKSE, as an Independent .lllili.lut.v Sheriif of. I'leble the MANY VOTERS. EDITOR OF DEMOtMvAT Please announce the name of fmit v.ll t il"TTX"f:ir a xr .. .. i dependent candidate for the ollice of Sheriff MANY VOTERS. , W. E. HAWLEY, Visal ai ul lS5 a. Office, Filbert's etc Bvildtng, EATON, OHIO. Operative Dentistry !! I speciality. August 22, 18"2-yrl. VALUABLE For mine uweuin'. j:ini. n.nil nn l..u..r.. ..... houses, splendid Orchard, plenty (,f riinnini- water the year found, in short n nelhlier one. skh-E F.-n now i-t-nted for4i7j-per year. Will be sold at low biriiros on reasonable terms. Til i le i.rr...t iu. a two story trame business bouse, nnd two siorv dnelliiiK in the Town of Katon, l'reble Comilv Ohio, situate on the North East corner of Main aiWi Heceb streets, said premises beincr the nroiierlv tiliarlcs Street and AuKustus Heihert. Will nesold On reasonable terms and at low rates. Title per fect. Eor further information, uddrfss- 1'-. X: SlI'iKI.DS.nr CIIAKLKS STKEKT, ng. lit, 1S,2. me.1 Eaton, niihi. Bsnj. N. rLFMWS" SHOEING- SHOP! BEN.T. N. FLEMING, lias opened a Xew Bhieksmith Sliop on Main Street, on the lot south of Steven's Livel y Sta ble, where he will do Horse Shoeing in all its various branches alid in ilic inot satistactort' niatmer. Blacksmitliino; of every aescnption will lie done at very liberal prices. 15. X, FLEiJ ISO. ' Eaton, Aug, 15, 18T:J-tf. WANTEDenlS and women Business that Will Pay from $1 to $S per ilav, can be pursued at your own homes, and is strictly honora ble. Send for samples that will enable you to go to work at once. Address, J. JjA IMTAM & CO., ' 292 Washington St., Boston, Mass. Aug. 7, 1S72. Mew Urixg Store J, E & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF ffEGrETABLE gYRTJP! tmM. s&.. TA - V, -FOR n? the Diseases it entails entirely from tfceSys- Purifying the -System! in an xiscasc3 Caused By Impure Itlood, SCROFULA LXTm FORMS! Sore Eyes, Tetter, Scald Head, Salt Rheum, Old Sores, Boils, Ulcere, Lrysipelas and Catarrh. CLEARS THE COMPLEXION OF Pimples & Blotches. Removes Mercurial Poisons! I Rheumatism LONG STANDING DISEASES OF THE Liver, and Dispepsia ! It Is the only known Iloinedy for -Removing SS at JL i I II i AM! Pi 'ice $1,50 per Settle. . . .J. DONOHOE & CO. juij zj, isjj-om. Katon. O. dumber ! JLutnber! To The Public. &6BINS0N CHAMBERS & CO. KEEP for sale at LOW EST MARK ET PRICKS Are also prepared td furnish DOORS, WINDOW FRAMES. RAMI PA NET.. 5"A.e'l"n Doors aud to SAW no. MOULD oil KjK j. LUMBIB to order. We intend to make it the Interest of tliose needing- anything iu our HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOB DRY l'OPLAlt AXD ASH I.UJIKKK. KOB1NSOX, OUAMBEKS & CO. Etton, April 1, 1B72. tf j PINE, POPULAR ami ASH Flouring, Dressed line and Popular Sldoine, Dressed Asli Pine and poplar FiNiswiTin ivmbek. iiaikballiwi:rs, kewel rosTs,c BESJ. HUBBARD. I. E. FREEMAN Attorn atrs an r!nn--n, . ITILL attend nromutlv to ail i,st. i ? I10ss entrusted to their care, in the i?";,: v1. "s ..'te- i 'iarsn x JLjOCKWOOtl Duuaino; 2d story otreei;, .aioiij Jau-17-yl-tf. T.iT t- a -rr U JMJJjIjAKS FOR AJf ITPER OR LOWER cf n m Oct OI X UUL 11? wVT1rItal .Sl00iofii.irr?P & WELhJI, Minor's Block, Eaton, O. l ersons cainnp; JJari.y in the ZrlZn ' mmcu- Special attention given to preserving r,.i. m7.. ,r Re publican and five in a- and fcts old In depeiideut be .the for of ni of i Supply -WITH- While you Can HUM I Si M 111 I UU We Have Opened a Branch Store To Close Out A LarfiE SW. JTn JSaDilDays. JACKSON & CO., Hamilton O. Van Ausdal's Room, by on MAIN ST., WEST of BAUHON- f TRADE WAGON! Is a three-spring wagon intended for general purposes, where a light wagon is required. It makes a very neat Business Wagon; Is suitable for both farmers and grocers and excels as a SEWING- MACHINE WAGON, Being lighter than the ordinary kind-, aud is made of the oest quality of mater ial throughout and WARRANTED. All the principal carriage makers keep them. Send for descriptive catalogue to the ' manufacturers. S. N. BROWN, Daytcn, 0. Feb 8, ..18 J New Hardware House IN BATON. - oner S& Mvler. HAVE JUST OPENED A FULL AKI) WKl.t Selected : Stock 'of' -T Mai'dwrire!! Iron, JTails Agric ultura?11 Br3r ImpIcmGntsr Carpenters Tools, &c. ' wliieh tliey havo atreliacd Directly from the Manufacturers - ' ' Ani Importers ' and now o i. r Special Indiica&ejits ! in that. Ii:i v. ' . . '. tST They have al 'i .t 1 largely io their stock ot . , AND Queen s v a r e I! And i iim to have h ii ' e .i id h st siifiply ever kept in one o se h atd.r, and invite the trauiu ; pub .'c ' Give thfcm a Call! before purchasing elsewhere. " BOXEK & MY LEU. Mi:y H, 1872 tf. C.BP.OWN, - w A a 9 i h,.'.o H a: SHOES. C BROWN. 0911 Bar on Street, lain,.. OLJr, Ktv roitiinCy cn l:nnd h lull s o- : ,.r .ll km.i. oi t,tAlHliK,aiiil ninkrj to oM t nciy ' . style.' or MS fi ( T S S - tUfn v. . . 8AITERS.SLIPPERS-&C. r- iv I-Tiintfi nil IiIh work to ,c lu w-'ial -hf n-. ma-l- wWrlW: '"J"' '"r' oolit-e, :i u c iM.m.- for . ...... ""i-ninion, uiw i. : 0:1 uanil i . i. : yrt. illliJiil 1 : 1 VanAusdar ; Have Now Received 'FfiOM NFW YORK f! A VltlOY LAIiUE STGCA : l'i" : SUMMER Call and Sea Them all'72-tf. I A Good Dwelling ;Houi; and btini-i nesg room In the centre of Wot Al exandria. Terms moderate. For tar- tictilars addresn, r apply to ..aiviibK& UIjAaDKB, West -Alexaiulrin ft July 18, 1872, tf. ? FARM Fox Sale Clioap !I I WILL SELL at private wile", a Karnt situated one mile from the Court House, in Eaton, on the Lexi'iis-ton Fretf Turnpike, containing Eighty-One Acres sixty acres of It under cultivation, and the very best of tobacco land. . The im provements are a Xew Frame Cottage, containing nine rooms well finished : it Good Barn; a Wash House; a 8moke House ; never faili ng Well ; half mile of New Pine Board Fence along front of farm; also, a Frame Tenant House of four rooms. I will sell In-. " Terms. One-third cash, balance re main on mortgage for four years. Call and see for yourselves. - - J ': S. n. THOMAS, On the premises Eaton, July 18, 1872,.tf . G- R E AT " Sale ofToWii Lots, THE subscriber will ofler at Public" sale On Saturday, August 24, 1872, Portyr'our Valuable Lots !! Suitable for building purposes,- 1 no- East of Aukerman Street adjoini'no-thn Corporation of Eaton. The Lots have been carcfully'laiil out a competent engineer, with' euitahln streets and alleys. Several of the lots" very fine fruit growing on them. Terms of Sale. One-third cash; one-' third in one year; one-third in 2 years;' deferred payments secured by mortgage' premises, with eight (8) nor cent, in terest. R e. PRvna . July 25, 1872 tds.