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Notice, to the Taxpayers of Sandusky County.
RA.TE5 OP TAXATION FOB. THE YEAR 1874. STATE O r- Jo t- e C S erf M rs. 5 pr a' 15 NAMES OF TOWNSHIPS, TOWNS, fcc. 5 York... Townsend Green Creek Eiley lialiville. Sandusky Jackson Washington Scott. Madison Voodvillo Rice Fremont Bellevue. Green Springs Clyde. Clyde Sch'l District Woodville Sch'l Dis. .9 I, HENRY BAKER, Treasurer said County, for the year 1874, are of mills levied on each dollar of valuation on the duplicate of said County, districts thereof. SPECIAL NOTICE The penalty fixed by law will hereafter be strictly enforced on all delinquents after the 1st day of January and 1st day of "3 o o - H to H C3 a -J C3 c TAX. UQ H to so ' a c o O o c t3 MilleMilifMill Mil lsJAUU jMillp Millpj .1 I 3.2 .1 of Sandusky County, Ohio, do hereby correctly stated in the above tabic, showing the number of mills and fraction July next. HENRY BAKER, O r- o e o O o 2 5 ft-E o to er b o a. 3 J? n OS. cr l-l H o GO n o 3 H to M H to CI rr o y g O 8 5 o H to MilU j M ills-j AlilliTSnn! MiM Mills Mills .1 .5 .1 l.S 1.5 1.5 1.5 .1 .1 .2 .1 .1 .3 2 !i 2.3 10.3 1 1.5 12.1 13 8 14.1 13.1 12.3 12.0 16.0 17.5 11.8 12.6 26.8 16.8 19.1 .i 1.3 1.8 .5 2.5 .1 .0 1.7 .8 .8 1.2 .3 .8 .8 1.3 .8 30 2.8 3.5 5.1 2.1 2.8 3.4 6.3 7.7 3.0 3,4 5.5 5.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 5.0 1.1 3.8 2.3 .7 22. 10 13. certify that the rates of taxation for in the several townships, wards, and Treasurer of Sandusky County. S3 o e c- H to CALL AT Tschumy & Doncysons mClKFURITURE and Examine their Elegant Assortment OF CABINET WARE, TABLES, CHAMBER SUITS LOUNGES, fcc, tc, tc. They have recently added an Upholstery Department and are prepared to do anything in that line. TSCHUMY & DONCTSON. Corner Front and Garrison Sts., FREMONT, O. THE ISools & Shoes IN THE CITY, CAM DE FOUND AT Dorr & foil's Call and Examine for Yourselves. meato.Tket. M"EST of BRIDGE ' NEAR Stine's Grocery STATE ST. STATE ST Greorge Held RESPECTFULLY intimate Uiat he is prepared to deliver FRESH MEATS to any part of the city daily Also, Corned Beef, Pickled Tongue, Bologna, &c HT" Pleaw leave your ordem as above The ut most Batialactiou iftjuaranleed PURVES & CO. MANTTACTXTKEES AND DEALERS IN CIGARS, HORN'S BLOCK, STATE STREET, FREMONT, - OHIO. The Trad eupplied on tlin most favorable terms ntrrrwarii Inkr iknc Millrna a-cunl-1n(T Ui direviiuiiH. awl rcumiu Iuiir unwell, pro Tiiled tUlr bones are not (lest roved lijr mineral poison or other liirans, anu viLal" organs waste.1 beTon pfiint of repair. Win-liti i1Mitio,Hearlarhe.Paiii In tlie Miuuiuers. iiksir. litiiiiK-ss of the Chest, ItomesR. Sour KriKMatHmBuf thft stomarh Bad Taste In the Mouth, lhlioiis Attack, Palpitation of tiie Heart, lutlaimiiutioQ of the Lunps I'ain in the resrionofihe Kulneys, and a hundred other painful srniptoui.s. are the onSpnngK of Dvspen Ma. One home will prove a better (ruarau'iee of Us merits than a lengthy advertisement. I-'or trranlf 'mplnints, iu younir or oil, married or finjile, at tiie dawn of womanhood, or the turn if lite, these Tonic Hitters display bo de cided uu iuiiueut-e that irniirovemeut is soon per ceptib.2. Fr ln6&a'oforriiBl Chronic It hrn mailiin diiii i;out. Iiiious, lieu. litem and Inter Untie iu Fevers, diseases of the Blood, Liver. Kid neys and IJiH'.ider. ll:ese Hitters have no equal, fcii' h luseases are canned hy Vitiated Blood. Tltcr Hrf a ernile I'urcoiire mm well as a 'I'eaic, possessing the uient of aetinp as a powerful ai:ent In relieving Cor.pestion or In flammation of the Liver aDd Visceral Organs, and ID KtJiol.-s lhJW'Hes. Fr Hkiu It'fT.srn. rnintions. Tetter. Sa!t r.heunu liiotches. :. i iiniU s, pustules. Boils, I ar; njiirJes, Kics-wor-:. .. s. aid-Head. Sore Kyen, Ery.-iT'ehtf, Iteh. Ni u::.. Id-'oioratioosof the Skin, Piinior and ;ise:es ol the Skm of whatever name tr nature, are iiten:lly dup up and carried out ol l'ie Fystini in a phort time hy the use of these Litters. Uralcf m I Thonxaad proelaim TrvEOAB BriTeiis the tno't wondertui invigorant that ever fcustiliied the s.rtkittz Kvstem. K. ri. ,r)0AI,D 4 CO. DrogKi:s and tien. AtriR.. San Franciseo, CaL, A cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., N. Y. SOU! Ci' ALL I'iitGSISTii i LEALERS. mm kmmw OF V"? 3 V. TSW JQ The Citizens of Sandusky County to know this fact, that we have the only regular Wide-track HARDWARE And that we have lately received direct from New York and tne Eastern Jtactonee, Ml 1ARD 111 Complete in all its details, which we are selling at VERY" LOW PRICES! We would say to all our old and new friends "Come and see us sure ! you want to save money in buying all kinds of Hardware. We have a fine stock of Wheeling and Steubenville Nails, A Co.'s Pure White Lead, Oils, Glass Ac, Ac. We can supply you with Shovels, Noes, Forks, Scrapers ocr kind which are superior to Cider Mills, Feed Cutters, Corn Shellers, BLACKSMITHS AND SADDLERS Will find a full stock of TOOLS and MATERIAL. CANFIELD, HEDRICK & BRISTOL. THE IT ZEE D STORE a tremendous stock of 3 T J. II. Morley Fostoria Tlows, and all others; Hand Ac, Ac., Ac. WARE BEST and CHEAPEST! OUR ANDERSON PATENT STEAM BOILER AND KIPP'S NEW ENGINE R E THE BEST l TI1E WORLD Cannot collapse or explode. Areself-feedinpfrom aler j uk. iNo force rump is urMa,Tiiiie Having the engine from PumpiuL' AGAINST HIGH PRESSURE, or drivim; watr into Boiler, when by carelessness the water liaa been allowed to e;et low or entirely out of itoilur No flues to get warped or twisted out ot sliuio. First and Higheet Preminm at the Great Intema lional Kair and Exposition at Buffalo, N. Y. Also t the Western Mew York Fair, held at Rochester. Also at Central New York Fair, held at Utica. Al so at the New York State Fair, held at Albany. Also at the tireat Fair of the American Institute held in New York lor two months during the fall of 1KT3. Also at many Fairs iu Ohio and other States. TESTIMONIALS. Ogdensbitru. N. Y., Feb. 41, 1RV4. Messrs. Whitman & Uuiwell, Little Falls, N. Y.: Your favor ot the lfcth inst. is at hand. 1 sat up Boiler and Euirine.raD them under 7U lbs. steam pressure, and sawed half a cord of wood twice In two (heoch and maple) in 11 minutes. I then sawed 3 cords ot w ood t ice in two in la minutes. I can saw 7 cords of wood twice in two in one nour wiui tne Au. 4 boiler. 1 bad a platform made for the boiler and enrine auu piaceu uiem on a pair ot Don sleighs, going Cleaner bring a thresher aud cleaner and I ran through M) bushels of oats, The agent thinks I I can run a 3 11 Cleaner with the boiler and engine. I ran the boiler under a pressure of 90 lbs., and it airly made the cleaner howl. A No. 4 boiler and St-4 H. 1. engine is plenty heavy enough to run a saw or a 2 11. thresher and cleaner. Theboiler, by putting the eihanst pine in the smoke stark and using soft coal, will make steam enough for aft II. 1'. engine, as 1 bad the damper shut half the time, and the door open, and then it would make more steam than I wanted, 't he uaruer me work the more steam it makes. Yours truiy, T. D. BELLI NGEU. WHITMAN & BURRELL, Little Ealls, Heio York, Manufacturers and Dealers in Cheese and Butter i aclory Apparatus of every description. Sendforllluetrated Circnlar. REAL ESTATE Gr E3 INT O E. LOUDENSLEGER & CO., OniCE ITo. l,D2ir00S' L0CK HOUSES, LOTS, FARMS, LANDS. The following desirable property is offered for sale at reasonable prices and easy tTms. fersons w mnue hi purchase property snouiu caiiauaicarn particulars: IOR SALE Vacant Lots in different parts of tiie cilv. Prices 1-an.nn" from 1 to f I.OUO. ""uigio location. E. LoL liKNSI.EGEK fc CO, TOR SALE A two story Frame Dwelling Honse r-f0",'a""uK eight rooms, uautrv and closets. nrhr r?Iu,"k'r tho house, all new and in good V.vJt'rf , 1"t cntains alut one-third of an acre, Sltuatdd in the first w.ml, on the northwest corner of Ewiug and W ood Streets. Price Kyiho, pay ments made easy. This property would bo ex changed for trood umbered land ineither Sandusky, W ood or Ottawa counties. WATKf-A tract of soo or 300 acres of choice Umbered land in Sandusky or Ottawa coun-tle- E. LOUIEXSLEGER 4 Co. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. rpHE Co-nartnership herttofors existing between A. uie nndersignen ib this day dissolved by mn tual conssnt. All pers. ins Indebted will call Im mediately and settle with U. R. Fluefrock, who is authorised to settle the accounts of said firm. T. P. FINEFROCK- H. E. FINErHOCK. Nearly all d iseases oriirinatefrnm in d iirefttion and Tornid Itv of ti, i . - aim rriiene always anxiously sought after If the i verii Kru lated in its action, health is almost invariably see.ured. uw nf ure uier uiw nenoacnc, I'amitiiia lion, Jaundice, Pain in the Shoul ders, touclu, ( billai, Dizzluent our iiiomacDt uatl taste in the uiumu.iMiouK auacni, palpitation or til e blue. and a hundred other svn-Dtoins f nr which SI .tt 31 OX S I . I Vtt K Kfc'fc E,A -TOK is the best remedy that has ever been dis covered. It acts mildly, effectually, and being a simple vegetable compound, can do no injury in any qnantitics that may lie taken. It is barmlexs iu everyway; it has lieen used for u jrear.ana nunureasot the good and great : Mm vuueu lor us be ing the pnreat and best. Simmons' Liver Regulator, or Medicine, isnarmiess. Is no drastic violent medicine, Is sure to cure if taken regularly, Is a faultless family medicine, Is the cheanest medicine in the wnrM Is given w ith safety and the happiesiresultsto the uhfoi. titaicaie luiaill. Does not interfere with businebs. Docs not disarrange the system. Takes the place of Quinine and Bitters of every Con tains thesimplest and bestremedies. FOR HALE HY ALL DRUGGISTS. THE PLACE TO GET IN EVERY DESIRED QUALITY IS AT, N. BARENDT Si CO.'S, Who ha all the Latest Styles of SPRING & SUMMER If yon give them a trial, you will be so well satis fied wito the result that yon will not go else where with your orders in futnie. And who make up all goods in the most approved styles, guaranteeing a good fit every time. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS ADAPTED TO THE SEASON. Fi;ii;'a';l! laibnB THE JOURNAL. BABY LAND. How m&BT miles to Baby Land? Any one can tell; Up one flight, To your right; Please to ring the bell. What can you see in Baby Land? Little folks in white; Downy heads, Cradle beds, Faces pure and bright. What Jo they do in Baby L md? Dream and wake and play, Laugh and crow, Shout and grow; Jolly times they have. What do they say in Baby land? Why the oddest thing"; Might as well Try to tell What a birdie sings. Who i queen in Baby Lsnd? Mother kind and sweet; And her love, Born above. Guides the little feet. USEFUL INFORMATION. A mixture of oil and ink is a good thing to clean kid boots with: the first softens and the latter blackens them. A pint of mustard seed put in barrel of cider will preserve it sweet for several months. Cleansing of all buildings and places for the storage of crops should be preformed before they are used. Bells on sheep aro said to hare the effect not only of keeping off dogs, but cyen wild animals. A solution of cyanide of uotass ium poured into a wasp's nest will effectually kill them. It is tho best poison to use for insect killing, Keep your hoes constantly bright and sharp; spades also; and if you have a power grind-stone, it will pay well to grind coulters, cultivator teeth, and plow-points. In pealing onions put a large need le in the mouth, half in and half out. The neenle attracts tne oily juices of the bulb, and any number may be peeled without effecting the eyes. Toads are capital helpers in taking care of vine patches. Lay boards between, the rows to shelter them in the day time, and they will make carnival on the bugs at night A simple remedy lor removing freckles is a pint of sour tniik, and small quantity of horse-radish. Let the mixture BtaDd over night, and use it as a wash three times a day until the freckles disappear. The leaves of geraniums arc an ex cellent application for cuts, when the skin is rubbed off, and other wounds of the samo kind. One two leaves must be bruised and plied on linen to the part, and or ap the wound will became cicatrized in Tery short time. All sorts of vessels and utensil may be purified from long-retained smells of every kind, in the easiest and most perfect manner, by rinsing them out well with charcoal powder, after the grossest impurities have been scoured off with sand and pot ash. Jne lollowing is a good recipe which will give saddles and bridles a good polish, and be entirely free from all stickiness: The whites of three eggs evaporated till the sub stance leir resembles the common gum, dissolved in a pint of gin, and put into a common wine-bottle, and filled up with water. A horn that has been knocked ofl a young calf will grow again. The part lost is merely the extremity of the horn. All that is necessary to be done is to apply a plasture of tar to the part to keep the air from com mg in contact with the sensitive r-ur face until it has become hardened FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Culture of Berries. Allow only three or four canes of blackberries to grow in a clump, and pinch these off as soon as they gain a height of five or six feet. Cut in the laterals at eighteen inches, Cut out the old fruiting canes of raspberries as soon as they have finished bearing, and apply a dressing of manure, forking it in well between the rows. Bells and Dogs. A farmer of Broome county, New Pork, writes to the New lork Times: "I pu bells on sheep to keep dogs off. I have tried it thirty years and never lost one. My neighbors all around me have lost sheep frequently. They did not use bells. I use one bell for ten sheep. I have so much faith in bcilstbat I think the law should not pay a man for his sheep if he had no bells on them." This is cor rect Bells on a few wethers will keep off dogs, and even wild ani mals. Top-dressing Grass Land, The Massachusetts Plowman considers fall the best time for top-dressing grass lands, but thinks that if any one has manure to spare, just as the grass is starting into growth, it will not be wasted if applied then, but the grass will grow up around it, giving it shade, keeping it moistand preventing loss by evaporation. It is now too late to apply it for the first crop, but if fine manure be ev enly spread over the surface, as soon as the first crop is removed, it would be a great help to the aftermath. "Horses," says an exchange, "that are kept in the stable during the summer, should be given daily the luxury of a roll on the earth. Roll ing is the means given by nature for the animal to rid itself of vermin and skin diseases, and tends to make it healthy, borne owners object to allowing a horse to roll on the bare earth because it gets dirt in the hair, and makes extra work to keep tne animal clean, but tiie extra work pays if rightly understood. We al low our horse to roll in the dirt when he is not moist with perspira tion, but do not allow him to stand an hour or two with his coat full of dust before cleaning him." Somecody ingenuously calculates that in planting and garnering twen ty acres of corn a farmer must trav el at least nine hundred miles in the cornfield alone. "I have," he savs. "a twenty-acre field, forty by eighty rods. To break this np would take CO miles; harrowing it about 40 miles; furrowing out, 90 miles: planting, 45 miles, it with a planter. and if dropped and then covered, 90 miles, and for each plowing of two furrows in a row, 90 miles, or five plowings, 450 miles. Thus you will see it takes about eieht or nine hun dred miles of travel to raise twenty acres of corn, not counting going to and returning from the field. Be-1 sides there is always some replant ing, thinning, rolling, etc." WH. THOMPSON, Hannfao- m And turer JTaw Dwllrin mm m mm imm mi, Guns, Pistols, Fishing Tackle, &c. Is also Agent for tho Remington and Parker Brecch-loadlng Shot Guns, I hare removed from Uldber's Block to my own, THOMPSON'S BLOCK, STATE ST, FREMONT, 0. Repairing Qalckly and NenHy Eieoated. A Warning to Trespassers. ALL persons fonnd huntings, shootlnjr or oilier wise trespassing on the premises of the under signed will be prosecuted to the full extenlof Uie Win. Shale, A. D. Stine, Samnel M. Smith. Val entine Shale, Samnel Hite, Samuel Doll, Darid Koleman. W. J. Havens, M. Danb, Jacob Shale, P. Waruer, O. Voorhies, D. Danb, Joks Shale, John Pandero, Palur Wamsr. 42-47 THE LARGEST CiolhiiigHouse IN THE WEST! Dryfoos $t Bro. Have the Finest Stock of CLOTHS AND READY-MADE CLOTHING EVER OPENED WEST OF NSW YORK IN THE MBRCEA T T A I L O R I N G DEPARTMENT! They have employed Fas&ionable Cotters! AND A CORPS OF EFFICIENT WORKMEN ! PRICEB LOW. Call and See Us! DR YFOOS & BRO.. Corner Front and Crogh an Streets FKEMONT, OHIO. F- USIi 1 3 ' 6J WOOL 9 FOK SALE BY TSCHUMY & D0NCYS0N. NOTICE OF REMOVAL The Agency of the Domestic Sewing Machine company Das oeen removed trom Croghan Street to tne Corner of Front and Garrison Streets, Opposite Tschumy & Doncyson's Furnltn re Store The World Famed "DOMESTIC." A o m m A f nlllineof these excellent Machincseonatantly on nana. ttr CALL AXDINSPECTTIIEM.ia PLUCK NO. 8. THE HEW CHROMOS From WILLARD'S Famous Paintings. These Elerant Chromos are bv far the most ei" passive pictures ever jrtven to the pabhc, heing full of humor and "Pluck" to Uie last extent. &se 1G by 22 inches, mounted upon canvas and trainers. Price $10 the pair. Send orders to the publisher, J. F. KVUK1C. 39 Suuenor StreeL CLEVELAND. MARCHAND, COSBY & CO., DEALERS IN FINE GAS FIXTURES, PLUMBERS, Gas Fitters & Steam Heaters. Office and Salesroom- 2G Euclid Arcane, Factory-60 and 62 Merwin Street. WIIOLESALK AND RETAIL DEALERS IJJ Plumbers and Gas litters SuDolies. Bronzes, Statuary and Vases. PARLOR & LAWN FOUNTAINS, AQUARIV3TS, BROXZE, AND ORSA- MEtiTAt, SETTEES AXTi C1IA1RS, Werm-Air ICogistcrs &. Veutilators. Manufacturers of PETER MARTIN'S PATENT MOIST-AIR Heating Furnaces, 36 different Sizes. Send for catalogue. gents for MOTT'S St. George and Defiance COOKING RANGES! CLEVELAND. Vis Mk. T PLUCK NO. 1. out ' wolcott bros; REAL ESTATE BROKERS, 34 Jefferson Street, Toledo, Ohio. Lrn 'r'lMn'TiM iil.WMr''li 'wmiT Stock of Groceries Wanted. Will exchange some well located Toledo property for a stock sf Groceries worfh $3,000 to t,0i0 Mi scelf anions. tTK.OOO worth or Toledo residence property. MM feet on Swan Creek Knn, hack to the canal. This is covered with a dock and used for a lamher yard. Price tint) per font. Will sell all or a parU Some well located Toledo property. Will exchange for a farm worth $10,000. Himse and lot on Broadway, worth $3,SiM, will exchange for a stock of dry g'xxls worth $1,000. Some vacaut Toledo property, worth 8,000, will take a stock of dry Roods worth $8,0tH, as part pay, balance on time. 160 aerea in Anderson county, Kansas. Price $S per acre. 8'20 acres in Missouri, $10 er acre. 640 acres heavy timbered land, In Pauldine county. Ohio. Price S10 uer acre. 1,00.1,000 acres railway land In Neosho Valley, Kansas, from $2 to till per acre os 10 years lime. Wescera land bought, sold or traded. Special attention given to the exchanging of property. Eranklin Avenue Addition. This Addition is located on Franklin Avenue within one block of Lagrange Street, and three hlocks of Adams Streei, where street cars make regular trips. The streets are well graded, aud shade trees planted. Bnilding has already commenced. These lota are now offered at from $aiO to $4-.'0 each on monthly or quarterly payments. For fnrther particulars call for plat and small circular. Acre Property. TWENTY-FIVE ACRES ON BANCROFT r.Mf 11 J i Al-HKS TIMKLK LAN D ill Hancork ii.titiiai rijci nr.ir una HALF rrivaie itt'ttuicucc low. Terms eaey. WOLCOTT BROS., 34 Jefferson Street., Toledo, Ohio. F. A. KUMLER, Real Estate Agent, Office No. 4 Anderson Block, 80 acres of nnimproval Land within fire mile of Toledo, and f muting on two of the LEADING ROADS to the city. PLANK KOAD to be com pleted np to this land poon, as it ie now under con struction. Price only $75 per acre, Eafty pay ments. No better bargain offered in the county. acres of excellent land within seven miJcs of Toledo, on a tlank road now under construction. It Is platted in tracts of fifteen acres each, and is jnst the place for p&rties desiring a small tract of land at a low flenre, and will double in value inside of two years. Price only Jftt) per acre on long time. A very cheap piece of property. Farms containing only ten acres, snttable for gardening purposes, five miles from the city, $75 to $lou per acre. W ill double in value inside of two yejirs. iardenere tdiould take advantage of this rare opportunity. RESIDENCE PROPERTY. A very large fine brick Kesidence, containing twelve rooms, hot and cold water, finished ele gantly from cellar to garret. Only built one year ago and will be noid for Icbb than cost, on easy terms. Situated on Tenth street near Monroe. DWIGHT HOUSE, Foot of Summit Street, TOLEDO, OHIO Having reccutl; been REFURNISHED and completely i .1 UC 1UUIIU Hie Tr--lii-1 most aonven'.nt f 1 1 and comfortuble . . i I J s 1 a COMMERCIAL in the city. . Busses Pass each train. V . AI. I. L:, Proprietor. 4 i. LfcSi!X.Tnihl . t;"r:i.TK-. .n-fSl-- ZK7-Z Sl.l:; : l.-. I ? .,.V. ' STREET, for sale cheap. countv. Ohio. Pru-ft nor nrn nn rwwl Hm OU VUCITJ ;hcrry Street, nni table for Bub-Uivleimior (over 131 Summit St.), Toledo A beautiful frame House and lare Lot on Mul- berry street. Nine rooms, and cellar, cistern, fcc. Honse newly papered, and I minted inside and out. Only $4,500. One-fourth payment. This proiwrtj is worm over k,uw, Fine brick basement Kesidence containing ten rwuusuu Viiiflniu Pirect, large nncK oara on lot, everything in lirt-ca8 order. $7,000, on easy tenns. ost m casn two years ago. ownt needs the money in business is the cause for eeUin at sucn a sacnuco. VACANT LOTS FOR SALE 70x124 feet to an ally on Irvine street near Col- lingwood avenue. This in one of the best loca tions in the city. Price only $2,000 on time. une ot the most beaut mi I Lots in the citv, cov ered with native trees, 50x144 feet on corner of Dun croft and Putnum Btreets. $W per foot, front. tV Varnnt Lots in all ports of the city for from $iuu op lO 1U,UVU. Lots in MAUMKE CITY and MANHATTAN All kinds of nronertv constantlv kent on hand. Call on or address, t A. KUNLEB, Toledo, O. It la in i J R. R. DEPOT, "j - j and located . -f "- ..'at tho commvueo- 7 : went of tha .i i Leading Street, ot tha city. 3 TKUMS per Day L. HAIMIKIDUi:, Clerk REALJESTATE. ENGLEWOODI This is the largest and best plalled tract of REAL ESTATK ever laid out within tho Hunts ol Toledo for RESIDENCES. Its commandiD? position, its broad and well graded streets and aveuues, its attractive parks, it excellent drainitffe by natural surface And a ffvutem oi sewerage, it acceasibilitr to the basin ens center of the city, being near the Monroe and Dorr Street Railroads, are advantages to those wanting bnild lng Bites unpurposed. The lot are laid out so as to meet the wants of all classes in PRICE AND LOCALITY. Those of moderate means, and the more wealthy, can secure a desirable residence site, which will not only rapidly euhance In value, bnt attract the best resident population, thereby making the lots al ways saleable. This property was purchased just before the general advance in outside lands, and is now offered at relatively low figures, an we are con tent with quick sales and fuir profits. This fact can be verhicrl by pricing ad joining property or that in other localities. The tract cousistsof 37 & Lots, of which ONE HUNDRED LOTS are now offered for sale. Those having money for investment will realize good interest hy a purchase at this time. To any haviing' a residence and solicitous to change location to Englewood, we will arrange pay ments to suit their convenience, aud to those de sirous of making purchase at the present low fig ures, by annual or Bcml-anuual payments, and thereby availing themselvs of the benefits of time, and surrounding improvements, we will arrang. time of payment from five to twenty years. All de ferred pay men t liear seven per cent, per at ' num. Go and examine the property, it is iu ADMIRABLE SHAPE, and buyers can readily determine where to locate, and to those who will build a residence this Fall, we will give a preminm of 10 per cent, ou the con tract price of each residence erected by January, I 18.5. Wats at otlice of H. S. & H. D. WALBRLDGE, 160 Summit street, Toledo, O. Quick Sales! Small Profits!! L. C. BLACK, DEALER IK BOOTS AND SHOES, 47 Summit Street, 2d Door North of Monroe, TUL.EDU, OHIO. Low Prices! New Goods. tr P. B. LAIDLAW, (Snocossor to W. Talk En,) Plain ui C:i::.::hl Skis ?,::f:r, AMD DEALiM IN A IX USDS OV ROOFING SLATE, GALVANIZED IRON RIDGE CAPPING, &c. Order from til pxrta of the SUte Solicited. No. 170-SUMMIT STREET No. 170 TOLEDO, O. 81-4-1 UAOLE ancySteamDyeWorks C. GUENTJIER, Practical Dyer and Cleaner, No. 47 Adams St., near Summit, TOLEDO, 0. All floods sent by Express Promptly Returned. Prices Reasonable. Particular Attention to Cleaning and Repairing Gents' Garments. Gentlemen's garments dyed and re-Dressed, with being riped. moies' :naw:a, ot all kinds, cleaned and nicely pressed, so as to look nearly as good as new. w re (acuities ana cnuaest prices ox any house In the citv. RICHARD LIEVYXg attends to tfce French Pepartneat, 33-4 H. J. RAFFENSPERGER, REAL ESTATE BROKER, SUMMIT ST., TOLEDO. OHIO. ESTABLISHED, 1364. Wanted. TO LOAN SOME MONEY in an etalliilie ouamepp. V ill take an mt'Tcpt or work on wilftrv. Addrcn II. J. KAKr'KNHI'ERGEK. Toledo, Ohio. For Sale or Exchange. ISO acres of Und in Fulton Connty, Indiana, SO acres improve. Good water power, splendid lo cation for a GRISTMILL. Will eichango for city or acre properly. "CUSTOM" FLOURING MILL Mill three story heavy frame; two engines, 52-inch tubular boiler; two and a half acres of land. The mill is located on sugar creek, f-HHdusky county, Ohio. Also, an upriiht aaw mill. Kvervthine in food rmiir. Price Is.OOO. Will exchange for property in or out oi lue cuy. Farms for Sale. 75 acre fn Sprinsrfleld townohiu. near Hnllam Station. Small honse, g-ood barn, well, large orch ard, only St& per acre, on time. Iff) acres in Sylvan ia towunhlp. within six milea or luletlo, 3o acres improved; Htory-aml-a-half honse, barn ana on-hard. Price, ier acre. y iu excuuuge lor nouse anu imi in roietlo. 1,280 acres in Svlvania torniflhin. near the vi latie of Sylvan ia, and north of Garden Laud. Priee f4U per acre on long time. 20 acres on the Woodville Plank Raid, two miles iron, me rivr, au nunr cuaivaiion. lArc frsmc houne with fourteen nxuns. ifood barn, two wells anu cmieru. w ill exeiiaut'e part for city property. Acre Property for Sale. 80 acres on north side of Bancroft street, within a short diHtance of tUe Milburu Wagon Works, will be sold at a low price. oo acres lying between Oorr and Bancroft streets SO acres on Dorr street, beyond Brown's addition. on easy rcnu. 40 acres in North Toledo. For Sale. Two lots in Brown's Addition at (IM each, on long uiue, on ixeuraBKa Avenue. Lots on Broadway, lots on Jeif erson Street, in all parts of the city for Bale at bargain. Small frame honse on Division street, near For- rer street; lot 40x120 to alley; will sell on quarter payments. Trice, $1,400. Large frame house, with nine rooms. Lot 4.z140 to a 20 foot allev, in Swayne Place, on Madison si reel, j-ncc, Very cheap. T acres adjoininj the the the Moulding Works in i remaiusviue. can oe nail at a bargain. 240 acres of timber laud, with saw aud stave mill Machinery all new near Elmore, on Lake Shore uauway, ou rery easy terms of payment. Two story frame house corner of Missouri and Fifteenth streets, with 10 rooms, good cellar, fruit aim nuaue trees, jjoi 4oxi4u leeu At a Dargain. A splendid lot on Walhridge Avenne, Hiett's Auuuion, ouxinu reel, f.Hl. A tWO-storr new frame honse. with seven rooms. good cellar, well and cistern, ess throughout, nn Dorr street, near Lcnk. l'rico J'.fruO, on long time. A splendid lot on Franklin Avenue, Walbridge Addition, BOilOs, only $loo. ITonse and lot on Krie street, between Oak and ueecn, aia oargain, yi.Mio. 100 one acre lots, most beantifnlly located, near Monroe street, just beyond Milburu Wagon Works CO feet on Monroe street, near the Milhum Woe- ou v eras, at jhio per loor.. l ernis easy. BUSINfSSS PROPEIITY 0 feet on Monroe street. Iwtffwn Huron and Lrio Btreets. at a bar gain. Only fciiifl per foot. 100 lota in Lloyd's Addition, East Toledo. Aero lots in "Wing Place." cheap, 1500 to J800 cacti. Lot on Lower Summit sireet 100x160 feet. 45.B00. Very cheap. 40 lots in Markschcffel's Addition at prices rang ing from KM to $2,000 each. For Rent. Two brick dwellings on Twelfth street, between Monnie and Jcfieraou slreeUi. Hot and cold water, bath rotms. Two-story frame honse on Dorr Street, near Ix'nk street. Seven rooms, gas, well and cistern. Rent, $-20 per month. Store room in Ojiera Honee Block on Monroe street at$l,K). Brick house on Thirteenth street, near Monroe, eight rooms. Inquire of II. J. RAPK12XSPF.RKF.R, No.l Myers Block. SAM'L K. McKINSTRY, MASrFACTCErN Jeweler and Engraver, No. 81 Summit Stsett, TOLEDO, OHIO. Call READ! READ!! THE UNKIVALLED Is acknowledged The Most Complete Machine in the World! It has but few parts and is always ready to work. There are no holes to thread either above or in Uie shuttle. Is porf.-ctly safe if accidentally turned backward. Its liebtness and easy runtime emn ineuds it to the most delicate. It Is substantially constructed, adjusted on steel centers, and thereby avoids friction. It makes the least noise; haB self setting needles; never skips stitches nor breaks the thread. Is the most casilv learned. I'.m lie Instantly adiustcl, and works' from Uou to No. 10 cotton. livery machine Is warranted. A LIVE AGENT WANTED for FREMONT OISTRICT. Office and Show Room: 0J Madison Street, (Boody House Block), Toledo. E.II.IIAKHI.WTOH manager. CRAIG, FLEMING & CO., wunLl.AU CONFECTIONERS, FOREIGN FRUITS, NUTS, CIGAR, &c, 264 Summit Street, Toledo. CENUINB GOODS AXT) BEST OP TERMS. r Conulry orders solioited. 18-39 ZSTABLianKD, 135' mm.: mroRTSBi, Wholesala and Retai DEALS BS 15 iw mi Mode of Measuring Head. No. 1, around the head; 3, fore head to iiae; 3, oar to ear, oyer head; 4, temple to temple. 61 Summit St TOLEDO. O Bl-U ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHY McKECKNIE & THOMPSON, 47 & 43 Summit Street, Toledo, ARE PRODUCING 3? O RTRAITS KOT TO BE EXCELLED, IN Photography, Crayon, Indian Ink, Water Colors, Pastel or Oil. For first-class work gems f perfection in any sue or style, they are second to none. Specimens in endless number may b Inspected their studio satisfaction guaranteed and prtces to suit every class of otmtomers. KF-CALL AND BE CONTHiED. 16-tf FROST & WILLIAMS, MiUBI in Lidiss hraisiisT ui Fancy Guis, WINDOW SHADES, LACE CURTAINS, Pictures and Picture Frames, Plain and Decorative Wall Paper The Best and Cheaiiest Honse ha the City, 147 Summit Street., TOLEDO, OHIO, tr" Those visiting the Corn largely by giving thuul a call. City will profit la-3o -fiL. FORD, MANUFACTURER OP GENTS' SILK HATS 59 Summit Street, Toledo. F"H ' r- Retallsd PRICES. PRICE LIST,$3.00, $4.00, $5.00,$6.00 These Hats cannot bo bought by the dozen any less, so you can save two pmlits by "ettint; thi'm ilirectly from the Factory. And if you are not sat- isnea you ican returm them by iiayins express ESTtULISIIEU IX 1853. CITY RESTAURANT, ICE CREAM ROOMS, AND isers. F. RANDOLPH & BROTHER 85 SUMMIT ST TOLEDO. rr Parties Tistitinc the fainoiw Corn Citv" will hen nnu the m-nt of accomniixiHiioii, the rhoict articleH and the nioet reasonaitlt- U'rnia In the city. In confectionary (roods, dryfniits, Jtc. no hoiine can auora a uner asonmeut. to De convinceu, H. IvL PIXLEY L SON, ACENTS FOR KACNEALE & URBAN'S ftplSlMllsil ?IMA mmi UHimimm ffassf 9afa Safe Locks, Vaultw, Doors, Ac Patent inside bolt work In all Fire Proof Safes. Second hand Safes on hand, and for Sale vneap. No. 25 SUMMIT STREET, TOLEDO, 0 WALTER PRICE, SLATE ROOFER And Dealer in All Varieties of Slate! . OFFICE 229 Summit Street, Toledo, Ohio. (At E. Bateman's Store.) Or4crs from the Country receive specialattcntion f Bestreferencc given, and the most satisfac tory work guaranteed. 32tJT SEARS&HOLLAND LUMBER CO. MAJTCrACTLTlERS AND DEALERS IS Rough & Dressed Pine, Flooring, Siding, Shingles, Posts and Pickets, SEASONED UPPERS AXD SELECTS, VARIOUS THICKNESSES AND LENGTHS. Superior Street, on Swan Crotk, TOLEDO, O. 39-01 THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE Boot and Shoo Store. The Fall Season is at Hand, SO ARE JOHNSON'S FALL BOOTS &SH0ES Reader don't FALL into error, linyiug Boots to raako you FALL. Jolmson's FALL Goods WARRANTED FOR FALL WARE, Are FALLEN In Price. and see his Splendid Showing of Fashionable, Durable and Cheap Boots and Shoes for the Million! yoo wish to SAVE MONEY iiwpect Johnson's stock before yon invest. 203 Summit Street, Toledo. 2 rr 3 f 3 nnmrA i FILES, RASPS & SAWS! WHERE DO YOUGET THEM? Save money and get the best home-made, and warranted, by calling on or addressing J. W. BADDELY, OUI0 FILE WORKS, 92 St. Clair Street, Toledo. Ohio Kstahli shed 166, and formerly of the Stubbs File Co , fengjunu. Old (lies ro-cnt and warranted good as new. TV Save money by buyiug of the manufacturer. z-a HATS! HATS!! HATS!!! For the Beet and a Bargain call on CERISTTA, ei SUMMiT St TOLEDO, At a) Wound the' corner of " Jelfcrson Street. M Bonnd the " ctiinerot Jetterson Street, (l"p the Steps.) MANVFACTUnEtt OT SII.K AXD KERSEY HATS. Old ones madenp in the latest styles, Blocking, &c. Cir" Satisfaction guaranteed, prices lower than the lowest. 4t- BUSINESS TOLEDO, OHIO (On the Manmee.) APRACTICALSCHOOL For Training Young Hen and Boys TOR BECOMING ACTIVE BUSINESS MEN In every tliir.ff that pertain to the tmrtncM realities ot everyday life. THE BEST BUSINESS mSITUTE Id the State, and Hie only one pi-orMing Situations for Worthy (Graduates. Wb Ch alt.knoic ant Coixeob, and will forfeit ONB THOUSAND 1HJLLAKM to any School that wiil present ft hetter 8y.-lem of Buiiietta Train itiittiiieoa Oalcnlatioua, and Buaiueaa Penmandbip, than we n?o at tbo TOLEDO UNIVERSITY, To yoon? mrn we will say, fffro na a rail before you enter any other School, and if yon aud that we have misrepresented our School in any war, we will, with pleasure, reCnnd Uie tuition paid " Will any other Cvllj do thinf " MULFORD'S 1WDR1ST0I 139 Sumnit Street (Corner Madison St) Toledo.) DRUCS AND CHEMICALS! Unsurpassed for Strength and Parity.; IMPORTED AND AMERICAN PERFUMES! Willi a large assortment of Fancy Toilet Articles, Every kind of PATENT MEDICIN3 In the Market, W holesale and Retail. Trusses, Ac. CICAKS ! Imported aad Native Lstf the Finest brands manufactured. fjS3 Parties having hiisiness In Toledo will Bud it amply repay them if they call at MULFORD'S, 139-STJMMIT 8T.-139 TOLEDO. M 1 1 7 7 1 CHAS. BALLARD, WiniLESaLE AND hETAIL DEALEB I7C wmmm .ft Sole Agent for the NEW AND YOUNG EMPIRE COCKING STOVES! THE CELEBRATED Burtis Hot-Air Furnace. The Calcium Parlor Stove, The most Perfect Baiae-Har uer made. ALSO MANUFACTURER OF GALVIZ'D IRON CORNICE, SMOKE STACKS, WELL PIPES, &c Also Sole Manufacturer for tho Tnlted Stales of TIIE CELEBRATE! pais m ixm rn, The most Simple, Durablt and Cheaptit Fcutenrr yet invented. CHAS. BALLARD, Cor. Adams and Water Sts., TOLEDO. 0. ARE YOU INSURED, ' And do You Want to Save Money- ana oe indemnified ir You Burn Out?.. TAKE A POLICY IN Tim Lycoming Fire Insnmnce Company, Money, Ps, Capital, tS,IBe,15o.oo. Richland Mtitnal Insurinco Co.. Mansfield, Ohio. Capital, l,1i.io,oiKt.on. Western Mutnal, ... Urban, Ohio. Capital, H.'H!,0u.0. Forest City Mntnal, - - Cleveland, Ohio Capital, $100,000.00. Mansfield Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Mansfield, O. Buckeye Mutual Fire Insnrance Co., Shelby, Ohio. Capital, tltm.uuo.iH). Citiiwns' Insnranre Company, . Missouri. uapnal and Assets, 373,311.48. Castner, lVLQler & Haigh, Agts. 34 Jf I enaa SC, Tvledo, . H. SEITINO, Bolisitor. 333