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Allen County Democrat (Newspaper) - November 27, 1867, Lima, Ohio GQ County i 3 j Public iA I AOVEKV of 1 An not be of jinrrnl inlornst anjof iho i WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER Special Michigan Kail ISoad Business i A s It n It mast i i f Wil N rH i ii Ut it li S1 KSIRKS to say that he is now of a fin ft the of tlio summer thfil 1 u of ii woolvH to inv oil Crii MH v sash 1 M i Y S Iv j te f 16 07 Tmhcrc iu ami ftii to tins hiao ol Ki u J i T i t i i n i t M I r j 1 t n it ni in i V i I 1 t I i I i i I thni f Ilre at I ill A U f i by Vr a v law whii w Im vl I wrin t I nf n ttii t f j I i i n n Hud AT OF T I i B li S T M A T K K I A i A to 7 tho tuny li i fn ronnMi 01 n out thu liltini oniif rivul thjr I 1 I i 1oilJL inil on thu itl I i ami Ior Salil ibcant would liu 1tt the for c fr Ilf U fonbc lilurU I1 s j A I CM A i my n vcrv r1 I j to luu Olio un i t A j a i i i i i j i 11 i iin i tiiiit i i lull i of Iniinirl lju to Ije HIM low Ibr Im mrc 1 n MI i HI i u r i A it rMl ivln til i A r In m VMi in tli i 11 vx r nt N Y jojin LAD5ES Will nttrnd tn all Sam i ii irani uiUrr Scrvioes to the citi nf Lima and HAHKjoN A J 42 in tbcAMKHI 42 Auccdutcs in THE 25 a 42 L AMTSEMKNTS ui THE AMliKI V CJ a i 42 Julm Ward AX1 0 in over attention given to Chronic Jiiseasi iaxiiE X 2S a iililiARIiiOX i 4John in TUE AME11IOAN DSoX 4John It iviug been from duty as mem cr h Lima noujc r of the Board of Enrollment of June offers his icr MD AX0 iliutns permanentlylocated would said expect to scoj ja scvoml The fastlej what rnaj he a inoiJcrn EIICII I not more ilhan two hundred yoiira In ilio common course of nature cas tle nature it might have become u venerable ruin in five or hun dred years hence hut it was pro j maturely destroyed by tho rioters our Nottingham lambs fro they call But now I will ring for tho lights In jwe set One llullar per Pound for Hair to eighteen inches at I said h i o I in viMr we have gone iir JAI r I I to mv J M Where I am sm w I I i iU Lu any n 1 II J1 f u i P look a lew find 1tiv Al yi won r thai thut ovtr i over H wi nu am pla I n 7 j I nun ion to M irunur m This going oneof i jy o i you you know the lumber yard on the g U near ainu over THE LAUCHCOMKS T1IE HlT is 25 a 42 John Mt more ee w o pa l tr iw U for Sll of Tlax morket lee will bo paij I surgical TT AVISO located in resjicctfully WIT is a happy tenders hU professional idvices to tae Thrift has had twenty years experience Jt 42 John i D Building 3SIEECHAIirT iq the public and private practice of hi pro andjis well supplied with all approved D on at tho band all kinds of Pine and Pop Sash and Doors ot alt OsiJe and outride Blinds of every Duality nccessarr Mouldings ot all Architraves aud Brackets for all 1 will furnish cations for Buildings according to and will superintend Bailli office over Lislo i Moors Sjierial attention given to all kiuJl of denlut and all mart done by me warranted to perfect Mre I Jany 13 Council Fires pf Is Tribe are held at the OD Grounds of on the 5th Seven f i be kindled Unn and Breath daring the now it and SOthiBreath daring the Traveling ua duriDS i ot D Staley the s Newly furnished and refitted with iui the modern Stable room foi FOR S A JjE 20 WE a E have on and for firstelasa 20 Horse Power which only been in use for about three is u good u and now in fine running Terms Far lurther call or wntt Jo the County Auditor or Samuel Li A well selected stock of Dry Pine and Poplar ready for alo Dressed filled at shortest I buy fruui fitst and sell low for I ivant to buy a lot of Ash Hood and his inerrio men y a marchinp into to ren one Will Stukely frouTthc hands of tho or donning the beggars and paying him for tho loan of those unsavory gar or stopping to console the weeping woman whose three eons were hanged that very As we B S XI O 3EB JE f S T iiTDinr vQio QTin Trpon xtQiilD I uulu ullU Ifudu Dlulllu J j CORNER OF I 51 A Grood Stock and Always in readiness for Jany FOR I have for laletho following described hind north west and the west half of the north eatt quarter of section towiiibip range being 140 are situated about 4 milts south of on and in well derelopcd The land il nt but well To any one wishing to a good bargain will be given ISAIAII steep hill nbovo the the name of the Mansfield Road brought us more rominisccn eics of the outlaws of the Merry Entering the wo saw signs of unusual festivities triumphal arches of evergreens crossed the flags hung from the upper windows of tho houses which lined each side of the and banners which bore cxprcs of welcome and compliment to the scientific and botanic visi We soon finished our shopping and Tomson drove us to the The place was and after walking through the tents where tho best plants were tired of the heat and wo were glad to turn onr backs on tbc gardens and take our way to the We wandered through tho deserted and ruinous wondered at the carious lit tle fireplaces still to be Been in the highest and at last found ourselves beside a deep eur it and wcj0f Colonel could see the rr crumbling wuIf nnll iho you down OM Peto a tliouand in York wear uniforms S h il Tho door said never thot of Le us get back at Laughing at her fancy aboiu the we r found getti thiin was my tun soon focnd and How ton traced our We g up much quicker oming and it to lead the We ourselves on tho level piece of gromd with various open began stumbling up what I thought wore the slops The New York Herald Grant because hols a Conservative the Cleveland Herald because he Grant is the last What is it Since Stevens letter on the Finances baa the Repub lican papers begin to the belief that bis recovery from illness it iscried I U not tit to whereas under different circumI thought it happened stances tho most inexperienced aisaiJ tho younL manbut If tbera monus coulJ not Meet it if to bo any difficulty about I mon or mislt o JW v J verlook it if it had better give yoa to attend or f corn the very idea of such iho thing even though il wore pnlpab The fee WM and then tho Iy demonstrated as Am I lawyer observed not right Oh I think I know what t tifjffhaw H not right Oh I think I know what jon I 1 feel Yon meant your father mado cd I know will and to undcrutanJ you Yes that
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