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Jefferson Era (Newspaper) - July 24, 1867, Jefferson, Iowa GREENE JULY 24, 1867. Greene M. H. 3rrMOTli:Y. door of of per Year In uf Ilm K. 4 SKIN nnd Oli 1! u. 1-S A. WATCH mill Imck ul IN DUY A Inn ri to nill mill lliu ill VAM TO u. siu uni k 111 1 H 10 M. M. i lu i i lliu AT 1,A\V, nini nt nil in Ui OK Co A. D. To aro on or before loth of will Ijo Oll In the thp Clerk District Comt of the of the hum of Four uh money from interest at Seven Per from of A. 1857, for and ou two made Vv mid Sehuyler in favor of and dated 185U. ami due in and two years ftom the witli at seven per after from the date And thu of certain made by said Schuyler and Josephine on Houth Weat Township West in County of St lie of Haid hears date A wai to the of Bald are also I hat unless you appear and Noon of the second day of the term of Ihe Raid District Court of to lie huid on day 18U7, a default ill lie entered against and judgement rendered Attorneys for 21,1807"wl.pfilU.O AT LAW April Hi limi Kh m tv 1.. e. and will ur li uil work ill In 4 i 111" 1R07IDyl nml 111 mill Ilio 1..... mia ilu nil lor Ilio il 111 II III 1'oiiiiniiilnli. Il Sioux City lo 1 limi fnr nil of No. T LANDS In SPLENDID MILL roon ri ili Carroll lit limi 23] GSO of ror In Coi for mili uf 11. 0. 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ANh AT NOTA rica nuli Will lu Suo nini Illa IHs m nnd lo of ami ali ni pur ili limi lu S Hunkers ami 21, 23 2 ON known to Um Ill uml It In puri of Uio on Urn to nil 111., uml 1I0IS1-: for 1100 for Urn of Tim nua 1 mill 111 In V Willi of Uni ut K. or county was named in honor of one of the the of Charles of and wag in only twenty It 357,040 acres of lui rolling prairie lands as there are in the of which acres are under and 11,000 acres of timber It is In tho third tier of from the and of the Minnesota no county in tiie Stato has any better quality ot and none that produces more abundant of ranges from to por improved from to limber from 420 to per we are many of the even of tiid present loved bis he would so freely of tiie bowl as to be so by thu hour for court to Its he would liave to adjourn until next day for to county is well watered by a number of clear mid has a number of very excellent Coon river flows through the north of county for about eleven is a considerable body of timber along its iias or three good unimproved and a largo up and down the of river bends at a on a ii of land called said to bo the in the near tlie corner of the county and diagonally county to near the north east There are a of unimproved along noverai lino groves of and quite a number of Fork rises in Tip at a and runs wilii Coon from to four miles from it. It is a Very largo enough to considerable water power for It lias some lino groves of timber on its and considerable of a Soutli Coon rises in tlie Houth western of the a south rivers rise in the western and into the table land that divides tiie waters of the and rivers county and is the elevation in H contains many fino springs and a number of small streams in or Swan Laice is near the centre of tiie It covers of and is very water clear and There is a beautiful grove of limber its is also near tiie centre of the and covers about 4U0 county several points of or Mount Moses is ime and ft half miles north of is said to be a beautiful of land of over one feet in and very a A on its top has a view of almost the entire and as fmu scenery as as one would over wish to Top is near western lino of the is said to be the point of land in tiie A person from it can see the beautiful of the on tho west and the rich and valleys of tiie Coon rivers on tiie ami and most country in surpassing it for grandeur of scenery tilily uf Sand is about two miles south of U about feet in It is said thu sand is as loaf Woman Literally by an of correspondent at Cool writes ub terrible occurred here lost evening attended with losH of About there won n cry of from that part of town situated on tho and on the arrival of the people ut place was almost they were horror struck to find tho body of Mrs. wife of Mr. C. literally lying on tho her though was not a single of her person It was so as to be scarcely It pears that the unfortunate woman took up a miner's lump she was at the and attempted to put oil Into it from u which contained half a gallon tho consequence of which was instan wrapping her lu It so ed there no one near her at the her being in tlie Island July 15. aud Cruel Case of Wife last fall a man and his wife camo here from St. Clair tho man is a and tho who shared his fortunes is a The man ready and tho family flourished A month or two since a nico looking about nineteen years of camo into tiie family claiming to be the son of tho lord of the by his former and as sueli the lady of who of her showered her kind and care tho visiting went well fora month or to the of of the lady in she discovered that her husband sold everything ho and had loft tho country with his which person tho wife found not only to bo not her but indeed not a but a scrupulous enough to live more than a with herself to be his and finally to depart witli for parts yet The wife of this man is left iu destitute and is now means with which to return to her former of Detroit July 11. the Uni teil for what has happened in and expects this Government to take possession of that but Is rather sed than otherwise ut the It calls the and and may bo tho why it desires to Yankees iu relations with to their is of one arrived at the dead lettor Frederick from 1),, in 10 from Milwaukee tlie goes his ho has two red and a white nominated to tho Sonate Henry J. for to to aud of of of is for to T. and Dealers Gieen Bay BOOBS AND Green RETAIL k SIDE a largo nini om mo n Fu r n Picture and lied palil lu fu ind 4l)-uiO. Which wu aro at tiw yuu lo wo sliull tu yuu call un wo will the for the for the for tho wo will atill yuu at ill mm vory a will on n I n fino of tho clUim aiia 08, lu tUo Hall un Iho Hmt of at Ail nf In U. S. Anny and nro loin a. 8. 1'. A. 1' Jobs and Uttle 1-ong Jolis and Short ( Kany anil 1 ml Jolm lui Jobs Jolia ami in a il of a at laul ami * lu t aro now to lili all with No. I Hoof ami at tlis alvo ns a call aud wo will iry MircU to geil largo uf leal i City in and tlie consisting of lots and Also land improved and in quantities tu Huit I am selling iny and will maiw and terms of and I am he at storo near Union will do weil to cali oii tiie who will in giving any In his concerning tho or thor K. May 18, JnO II ili il lu iim liy Ui und tu merit a of a stating Santa Anna went to Mexico for an and and he 011 territory contrary to Ilio and with tho false it was tho of tiie and of of the Union Express Company al Milwaukee and held indorsing thu and a to it and WAll war or Ilio dividing lino between the hunting of the Simu and through ty from north lo Il was as ah No was to erosa it from the grounds of 0110 tribe to the was tho and a was and scalped for violating the tho two nr AU ii 7.0111. TO HUY TUB of states have already passed on tho way to tho 3,S2lVrarts of to contain 135,600,000 feet of and 77,010,000 It is estimated that the total quantity of two commodities rafted down that the present year will not fall short of 178,000,000 feet and 103,900,000 valued In thu aggre gate ot over found occasion to upon a to have her teeth Among thost filled wito two front and when in a pleasant mood tho faeo shone with whose polished gold glittered from thei upper were with admiration little who by and by seriously Aunt I wish I luid like to French Is forcibly in tho him that they havn an to with for lives and property if not cause tho property of all French lo be tho suit brought iiy tlie Stale of Iowa lato private Secretary for use of and on tho land alleged to havo been Hon. C. 0. the has Just mado his Ho finds H. 0. Orwig and is indebted to tho Stato for the particular counties in that Ko indebtedness Is reported Hon. W. Holmes or tho Frst National with It. Q. aro tho only parties against any claims were made in the who has through writes to tho Express that climate is not at all there are no extreme colds in tlie winter and much of the summer Is so. The climate is y ns as any other TJio country amnot bo made vai nabla an an in tho vicinity Sitka good are But yet Us furs and fisheries will be The former is of excellent in the fur bearing animals of tho interior aro embracing all kinds except the and furs of unsurpassable texture while the will make an resource uf willi AND COMMON AND I Will nnd fijt on M. KAST PUBLIC to order on iV ill will or lo Hull for 4 WInilow for of uil kimU a from to cull 21,1800.SOiiill to the Poor IN A r. 180(1.22tf. 1SVAN8. AVINO just arrived with a and widl Hlock erf 111; ta Stock Ken OK I Room of 6.'e7.tSmO MU TAX n - - - Will pay Taxes for land sold for furnish oj buy and sell guaranteed or no I will in new north old at greatly rates from regular retail as I havo moro than room iu to Iliaca So ones and get with at prices soon to get the best and you will ns as I of worth An nico present besides a of In tho come and see tho July 25, Es axr I TSi Oca - approved of are woi to cali mid prices before t work
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