Clipped from US, Ohio, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Commercial, April 14, 1869

V • 1 • ▼ * JJk. ± M 1 «OK S AIiE ORbeautiful country seat, and 3! acres, known as Lake Cottage, the residence of the late Mr. J. W. Coleman. This property is pleasantly situated, on the Lexington pike, 5^ miles from Covington, Kentucky, with splendid view of surrounding country; the grounds highly improved, 12 acres in choice fruit, 5 varieties of table grapes, 5 acres in garden; lawns elegantly laid out with ornamental trees, evergreens, shrubberies, c. Dwelling in modern style, large, well ventilated, rooms 12H feet ceilings, marble mantles, hot air furnace, fine cellar, cisterns, wells, e.; 2 cottages, well finished and furnished, large barn, stables, carriage-, smoke-, wood-, coal- and tool-houses; an ice-house well filled with pure ice. This is a most desirable property. Will be sold, or rented together, with or without the furniture, horses, carriages, wagons, cows, farming implements, kc. Inquire of G. W. WOODWARD and W. P. HUL-BERT, Executors of the estate of J. W. Coleman, deceased, No. 13 Court, near Main st- anff-GtWSaM*RENT—RESIDKNCE, 5ic.—That