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EATON, O. JULY 6, 1851.
JUDGE OF SUPREME COUKT,
OF CLERMONT COUNTY.
MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
OF BUTLER COUNTY.
It jr i
. HTWthive anticipated our regular publi
cation day. Those or u who are well, in
tend having a time on the Fourth. During
the hit week, net a man paid a cent on sub
scription. We've not got as much money on
land now as would make a jingle on a tomb
STOwing to sickness in our family, and the
indisposition of two of the hands in our office,
we have been compelled to issue but half a
theet thi week. The deficiency will be
'made up to our subscribers It is not often
such occurrences takes place with us. This
is the first time in more than six years, if we
except the extraordinary occasion in 1849,
when the Cholera raged with such fearful ma
lignity in Eaton, and throughout the country.
Under the circumstances we hardly think an
D" Almost everyb dy in this section of
country has had the measles recently that is,
those who had not their company at any for-
- met period. The disease has been, and is now
- prevailing in n epidemic form, but, as very
few if any deaths follow, as a consequence of
Measles, no fesrs are entertained, and the
disease is aa lilt'e regarded, perhaps less, than
would be a cold.
ttjThe "OddFellowt Literary Catket," for
July is upon our table filled with choice arti
cles relative to the principles and workings
Of the order. Published in Cincinnati at $2
per annumn. Edited by Rev. W, P. Strk s
ijnd. Every Odd Fellow should be a subscri
ber and reader of its pages.
BX" TT1 American Monthly" ha assumed
the place bf the "Parlor Magazine" and ap-
pears before the public a candidate for favor.
It is handsomely embellished and well filled
with choice reading, and recommends itself
to the people of "Ihe' West.' We hone it may
receive that encouragement it so richly de
serves Published in Cincinnati by Jethro
-Jacksom ot Co. Terms S3 per annum.
ETTbe best place in Cincinnati to procure
'fine Likenessei is No. 10 West Fifth street, at
'the rooms of Ball & Baos. Their fame is ex
tending far and wide, and their'roomsere con
J3This hot weather bring3 refreshlng'y to
the mind the 'seasonable clothing depot of
Sraaoui & Co's., No. 113 Main Street Cincin
nati. If you desire a nice, fashionable and
good article of wearing apparel be sure you
-purchase at 113.
IDWe learn that some of the whigs were in
dignant at the proceedings and evident design
of the to tailed Anti-Nebraska Meeting of Sat
urday last, and publicly proclaimed it an un
holy scheme of the wire workers in Eaton, to
tell out the whigs of the county, because their
bread and butter was at stake. We imagine
it will be found a difficult task to transfer the
old substantial whigs of years into the ranks
of Free Soilism,
"Honor to whom Honor is Due!
Under the present disarranged condition of
Mails in this section of the country owing to
come misun'lerstanding with Rail road Com
,panies,Dr. Vat-tier, the attentive and efficient
Post Master at Cincinnati, determined that the
people along our mil road and on to New Cas
tle, Ind. should not be put to the provoking
inconvenience of having their letters delayed
at Hamilton some twenty four hours, and in or
der to obviate that difficulty, he now employs
an extra number of Clerks, and by that means
furnishes a through Mail daily. The people of
this section ofcountry.particulerly business men
will be under many obligations to Dr. Vattier
for this interest in their mail faculties, and
award to him that meed of praise he r chly de
Death of an Editor.
The Clermont Sun, published at Batavia,
comes to us this week dressed in mourni ng,
for Ihe death of its late senior editor, Mr. J. P.
moifrso.v, wno expired at nis residence in
Batavia, after a short it ness, on Saturday last.
His surviving partner, Mr. Walker, notice
the event in fitting and appropriate terms.eon
In his death the Democratic party in this
county has lost one of its strongest advocates,
and as a defender and true exponent of the
principles of the party, he had already won
proud position in its ranks. He has labored
ardously and incessantly for years in its ranks,
promoting its interests and perpeluatinj'iti
principles and mass ure, and has conducted
as one of the leaders of the party in your coun
ty its campaigns through many a well-fought
contest, and always discharged his duly to
. mepanyanu me peop e lanniully: aid the
Democracy can now well and truthfully say
of him, "well done thou good and faithful ser-
. vant." . .
BTCrowds attest the skill of the arlisU em--jiloyed
by J. P. Ball, No 28, Fourt'i Stseel,
and accord to them the meed of praise in
the ait of Daguerrotypoing. If you want a
Likened that is the place. '
'."" ?fn. BcTLiR.of Kentucky, declines be
in,, Ccnernor of NWSa-
Saturday last, a Corporal's guard of fanat
ical individuals styled dtlrgattt, assembled in
the Public Church, in Eaton, lor the purpose
of appointing Delegates to the great Mate
Convention which is to assemble at Columbus
on the 13th inst., for the purpose of forming
n.-iurty. There were in attendance tit or
tight Free Sollers or old Abolitionists, thret
or four democrats, and ttrrnry or thirty called
in other, days,ieai, among the btter number,
our friends Dratkr, Ocden, the hit Proprie
tor and the pretent Proprietor and Editor of
the Regitter, and a few other of the wire
workers and managers. Officers were appoint
ed and speeches made by Messrs. Drayer.Har
rison and Reverend C. W. SwaiS. We think
the latter gentleman might have been better
employed, particularly as he waa by appoint
ment, to fill the pulpit in the M. E.( hurch on
the following day. However, in these latter
days, Freachert, the self-styled vicegerents of
the Almighty, have a happy faculty of enga
ging iu political contests six days of the week,
in order to fit them for the service of theit
Master Jehovah, the veventh! The proceedings
were characterised by no enthusiasm a gloom
seemed to hang over the minds of those pres
ent a fearful foreboding that the people of
Preble county would not be willing to ratify
the bargbin and sale then and the e consu
mated. In the afternoon twhig, or what used
to be a whig, remarked that "the marriage
teat effected" 'the whigs and Free Soilsrs were
united and moving harmoniously together in
solid phalanx ! We shall see into this matter
a little farther by and by 1 Are the whigs and
Free Soilers "married T who published the
bans t The Clique ! Who performed the
ceremony, Revs. C. W. Swain and Harrison I
Who witnessed the giving away ofthe bride,
Drayer, Ogden, the Editor and Publisher ofthe
Register and a few others cognizant of the in
tention evidenced for a month or two past to
effect such a union at any and all hazurds 1
Will the people of this County permit lira or
three men in Eaton, or that many hundred, to
sell them body and breeches to the Free Soil
party, in order that their own schemes may he
carried into successful operation. It has
been proclaimed publicly in the streets of Ea
ton, that the Free Soilers would not support
the ahig ticket, unless they received as a fine
qui non, one of the county offices! Who ofthe
whie candidates foroffice is to be sacrificed
to gratify that parly f What victim was con
templated when the "marriage" was consu
mateJ I There is trouble brewing. The
whigs of Preble County cannot be sold out in
such manner by any of the tcire vorkert in Ea
ton, they are Freemen yet, and think and
act for themselves, and will never bow to the
yoke in meek submission. The flimsy veil of
opposition to the "New Britka" measure, will
nut avail the Clique in this bold attempt to
transfer the Freeman of Preble County into
the embrace of Free Soilism or ahoUtionitm I
A bitter hatred exists between the rank and
file of the whig party and the Free Soil party
the former accuse the latter of being the
cause of all recent defeats and the latter have
tauntingly replied it was their design to twal
lout tip the whig party I ... Whether oil and
water can now be made to unite, remains to
be seen. Now that the "marriagt" is con
summated, we may look with interest for fur
ther developments. If the Clique aresuc-
cessful this fall, the honest portion ofthe whig
party in other sections of the county need not
expect any station of honor or profit, until the
cormorants and wire-workers are satisfied.
We had thought after last fall's defeat, the
Clique vas dead, but from recent indications,
and particularly the events of last Saturday,
we are corrpelled to any other conclusion. YV e
thought from the course pursued by the "Reg
itter" under its new editor, that a bold scheme
was in contemplation to swindle the people,
and when the fact is taken into consideration
that, the nominating elections were put off to
an indefini e period, through the influence and
aid of certain men in Eaton, the scheme be
comes apparent, and as one by one the events
transpire andare fulfilled, opinion becomes re
ality and conjecture stubborn fact. As we are
informed, the next thing is to be a Convention
for the nomination of candidates, and to that
effect, trickery is now in operation, and we ad
vise the people to be on their guard. We shall
see the proceedings published in (he "Regis
ter," and may then have something more to
say when placing them before our readers as
we intend to do. Here is a field for the new
Kditor and Proprietor of the "Register," their
masters and owners, the Clique, and all their
pimpt and puppiet. We shall give them a
good time the approaching campaign, exposing
all the schemes to which they assist and lend
a willing bandinor iertoefeeatcsomemenand
froum down others! In compelling the "Reg
ister" to change hands, we think the people
of the county "jumpel out of the frying pan
into the fire," if we may judge from recent
movements. Whatever may be the result and
consequences, we shall expose all the ratcality
concocted and attempted to be carried out by
the clique in Eaton. If the people will be
warned well, if they will not hearken the re
sponsibility must remain with them. It will
be however, a beautiful theme for contempla
tion, that two or three hundred Free Soilers,
swallowed up almost that many thousand
whigs, through the aid of the Eaton wire
workers. We suppose our whig friends will
have a good time this fall, rallying to the sup
port of such candidates as this new alliance
may bring forth. The Free Soilers have ac
complished that which ihey intended, anil no v
will rule the household with a rod of iron!
We shall await with interest farther develop
ments. But, will the Register please tell the
people who is to be sacrificed this fall? Some
folks would like to know, and while your hand
is in, tell all about the arrangement for the en
suing campaign. What offices the Free Son
era are to have and what the Clique and
what the people.
IT An attempt was made in this place on
Friday evening last, to get up an anti-Nebraska
meeting, but the thing "fizzled !" The
urt Ilo'iae bell was rung in hopes of getting
Up an excitement and calling together a crowd,
but the more the bell .tolled out its musical
notes the more (he people would not Come
the tix or firit interested individuals left
n the darkness if the night, we suppose to
dream over I hir dwippointment.
The Martha Washington Conspirators.
Waikinfto. Jwm S,1854. The boose refused to
suspend the rules to enable Mr. Bliss, Democrat,
of Ohio, to introduce a bill authorising the Secre
tary of the Treasury to appoint an agent to in
vestigate and bring to justice certain offenders
against the United State law, add appropriating
1 15,n0 for that purpose. He alluded to the Afar
Aa ira.Mngfo conspirators, and those who re
cently robbed the PiU.-burg Custom-house. AT.
So far aa the Martha Washington ease goes,the
House did a very aonsible thine Ci Eng.
Yes, and we hope no member of Congress
will be found green enough, ag . in to ask for an
appropriation from Government, to aid in prwe-
cuting a sett f poor, pertecuted men, against
whom a system of prosecutions have been
waged, n arked by a determination and ma
lignity, only surpassed by their signal failure
in every instance thus far. There can be but
one opinion in regard to this begging for funds
at the halls of National Legislation, for the
purpose of prosecuting alleged criminals. We
detest all such attempts to make Congressmen
a party of National Police Officers. We de
spisc such efforts, and in all honor and candor
must confess, a kind of abhorance for the M
C . who permits himself to be used for such
purposes. No man is elected to Congress
for the purpose of dancing ttcond fiddle to a
Constable or furnishing means from the Na
tinnal Treasury for catching and punishing
fugitives from justice for real or imaginary of
fences, and the member who recklessly votes
away the Government treasure for such a pur
pose will find himself in thecondition,of"Slay-
maker's Bull when he attempted to butt the
Locomotive off the Bridge." His constituents
will permit him to remain at home until be
acquires a fund of common sense. The peo
ple have been surfeited wilh Martha Wathing
ton hobgoblin stories, until the public stom
ach has become disgusted, and the whole thing
has been voted an unmitigated bore, and in
that dilemma, the aid and influence of Govern
ment is sought to give the Prosecution new in
interest and zeal for the publio taste. We
hope na money will be voted for any such pur'
pose. If the Prosecutors in the celebrated
conspiracy case have "sown to the wind, let
them reap the whirlwind," and ifOesomen
have been unjustly persecuted, we hope their
persecutors maybe blown where "Omnisence
can never find them nor Omnipotence put them
together!" Our views have been expressed
upon this matter in a former article. We hope
no such efforts may succeed. The Cm. Enq.
and other papers have endorsed our views and
we think the people generally, regards this
Martha Washington case in the same light as
we have for some time.
The New Postage Bill.
This bill has passed ths House of Repre
sentatives by a vote of 104 toj 55. tit was
heretofore introduced by Jlr.rtJlds, and pro
vides, in lieuiof the rates of postage now
established by law, that there shall be charg
ed for a single letter conveyed any distance
not exceeding 3,000 miles, five cents; exceed
ing 3,000 miles ten cents. When conveyed
wholly or in part by sea, or to and from a
foreien country for any diktance not exceeding
3,000 mile the ocean postage shall be five
eents. For any distance exceeding 3,000
miles, ocean postage, ten cents, excepting,
however, all cases where such postages have
bw shall he at. different rates by postal
treaty or convention already concluded or
hereafter to be made. Double, treble and
quadruple le'ters in proportion. Upon all
letters passing through or in the mail, except
ing such as are from a foreign ;country, the
postage, as above specified, shall be prepaid.
and from and after the 1st of January next,
such I prepayment shall be by stamps. All
drop letteis for delivery only, to be charged
with one cent each. All advertised letters an
Mr. Olds offered an additional section, that
shall not be lawful for any postmaster or
any other person to sell post-office stamps or
envelopes for mors than appears on their face.
The offence is to be a misdemeanor, subject
ing the offender to a fine not kss than C10 nor
more than 500.
CINCINNATI AND EATON MARKET.
Corrected weekly by R.S.Cunningham, wholesale
anu retail urocer, Main St., baton.
DniKU Apples, l:-'5
DniEu Apples, 60
Baulk r, 68'i0
Sides, eiiiW Sides,
SnoULDEES, lWd-lA SllOULDEBS,
l,RI, IU iLAKO,
Potatoes, , (10(70
Scoar, 8K(K5 ISiioar, 5r
WOOL Common to blood 2 lo 81
do 31(0 83
p to do 81 to 8
Ji to lull do 84 to 39.
Extra fine - 4r
Unwashed . less
Bakery A Confertioncrf.
WILLIAM A. SNYDER;
TJespuctfully informs the citizens' of Eaton
and vicinity, that he continues the
in sll its branches on Main Street adjoining
the National Hotel where he keeps constantly
Fresh Bread. Cakes. Ac.,
wherewith to feed the people tither in par
ties, families, or individually.
of various kinds on hand for ale cheap, Also
a choice lot of various brauds fine
During the season, Families, Parlies, or indi
viduals will be supplied, with
served up to order, and of superior quality.
Thankful for past favors he hopes by keep
ing the best articles and selling low, to merit
snd receive a continuance of public patronage.
Eaton, July 6, 1854 tf.
STONE FOR SALE.
THE subscriber informs tha nublic that he
L will furnish on short notice any quantity of
Duuuing Dione, sucn as caps, sills and steps.
ball at the -well known Stone Onsrrv nf
inrisman & Young, 24 miles from Eston, on
the Ljwi-bnrg road, T. dr. J, BRANNAN.
June '4, 18i4. .
C'Otle. -A fine assortment Extra nn.iitv
coffee Just opened and for sale at thn n,hni.
sale and retail grocery of Wilion & Laniuj.
List of Letters
REMAINING in the Poat Office at Eaton
July lat, 1854. Persons enquiring for any
iu the list will please say titertxted.
."Z- A KuhLida
Anderson William S. Kealer Jacob
Ault Frederick Kintsey Benj. F. I
Aray Joseph Keller 'Mary A.
B Kindsey David
Bunch Thomas J. Kelao ltobert B. 8
Bodicaa Signor S Kimincl Peter
Brown. Collius A Brown L
Liggett T. F.
HcClure John B.
Miller Helen A. - !
Miller Oeorge C.
Porter Charles C.
Potter Joseph A.
Rilev James (Irish)
Shaffer William C.
Derricks Mary Ann
Buraon Jonathan "
llivena La It lett
Brasher James H.
Barker tt. U.
Uabington Mary A.
Crous Joseph F.
Clark Thomas (Irish)
Collins A. (i
Cloy I'hoebe M.
Case P. M.
Currirr Moses M.
Clawson A. J.
Davis M. J.
Drayer Nicholas !
Dinwiddie James R.
Dodd A. J.
Fisher Klizobetli(Irish)2 .S'lair?s John
Frame Daniel S'tincr Samuel
Fiufruck Samuel Smith William
Futtcrer Phillip ShaftVr John
PraiinMaryL. 2 Spnnvl William
ritzgerald James (trish)sincck .Mntlmn
Smith Eleanor U.
Vanwcst J. V.
Godley Martha A.
Holderman Jacob S
Hart E. K.
lliifncr John Mc
Howe Charlcsor Michael
Harahman Elizabeth Winkleman Gabriel
Harris Mnrv Ann White Levi
Har.shman Mary A
Jnrdon Ella (Irish)
White Harrison A.
Wetherall A . T. M.
Williams W illiam
W. C. GOULD P. M.
Eaton, July 1, 1854.
Thomas Dowler, et. al. 1 Preble county common
Rilev Card, et. al. J
RILEY Oard, Heth Gard. Amy Ret, David Ret,
Eliiabcth McGriff.JohnMcGriff.Uriah Gard,
Jacob Gard. Sarah Gard, Ellen Gard.JM'.iriah Re
becca Gard,, Jane Banta, Joseph Banta. Rebecca
Linn, Robert Linn, Sarah Johns, Stephen Johns,
UnrUh Johns. Elisabeth Johns. Frances Johns, A
Elisabeth Gard. widow, will take notice, that a
petition waa filed against them on the 17th day of
May, A. I).. 1854, iu the court of common pleas of
Preble county. Ohio, by Thomas Dowler & Rachel
Dowler, and is now pending, wherein the said
Thomas Dowler A Rebecca Dowler, demand par
tition of the following real estate described as fol
lows, to wit: ''The one undivided thirteenth nsrt
of a certain tract of land, situate in Preble county
vuiui ci km it otJ mica ui muu iyiug,Bnq ne
ine in the south west quarter of section two (2,)
in ujwusuip uuuiueruiuuiif.jui range iwoiz,jeast,
bounded on the north by the northern line of said
quarter section, on the west by the lino dividing
mo aaia quarter section, irom tno south east
quarter of the same section, and extending south
so as to include eighty-five acres strict measure;
also a certain other tract or parcel of land situatj
in Preble county' Ohio, and described as fallows,
to wit: "Being a part of the north part of the
south west, quarter of section number twent v.one
(21,) of township number nino (9,) of rnngo two
(2,) cast, commencing at the State road from
Eaton to Greenville, where the southern lino of
the above and last described tract crosses the
said road, thence west with said lineeiirhtv rids.
thence south forty rods, thence east cightv rods
to the centre of said road, thence north forty rods
to the place of beginning.containinjrtwcntyacres
or lann. ana aitnenexi term ni said court appli.
cation will be made by tho said Thomas Dowler
A Rachel Dowler for an order that partition may
ue liiuuu ui Bum iiii'iiMn'.
ALLEX A CALDERWOOD,
Att'ys for Petitioners.
June 29, 1854.
To regulate the speed of Locomotives and Rail
Road Cars, within the corporate limits of
the incorporated village of Eaton.
Be it ordained by the Tovm Council of the
incorporated village of Eaton, That if any
Rail hoad Company, Conductor, or Engineer,
shall run any Locomotive, Passenger, or other
car, faster than four miles per hour within the
incorporate limits of the said village of Eaton,
any such Rail Road Company, Concuctor, or
Engineer, so offending, upon conviction there
of before the Mayor, shall he fined not less
tha five dollars, nor more than fifty dollars,
at (he discretion of said Mayor, to be collected
with costs of suit, as in other cases.
Passed June 2nd, 1854.
S. BANTA, Mayor.
G. H. EIDSON, Recorder.
VTOTICE is hereby given that the undersign
1 ed has been appointed and qualified as
executor of the last will and testament of
r ave XNiswanger, late of Preble county, Ohio,
deceased. All persons indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate payment
and those having claims are required to present
them duly authenticated within twelve months.
JOH1V D. NISWANGER, Ex'r.
June t, 1854. 8w.
Estate ot Henry Huffman, dee'd.
Notice is hereby given that the subscriber has
been duly appointed and qualified as Admin
istrator of the estate of Henry Huffman, dee'd.
late of Monroe township, l'reble eo., O.
SIMEON HUFFMAN, Adm'r.
June 15, 1854 if.
Boots & Sboes.
CALF, JCip, Stoga and Congress Boots, Pat
ent Leather and other Fancy shoes, Ladies
and Children's shoes of all atvles at the New
Store of , bTEPHENS it Co.
Segars. Plantation. RepaliA. Prinini
and other choice brands warranted pure Ila
banna no mistake, just received and for sale
at the Grocery of
WILSON i( LANIUS.
JUST received a thousand and one pieces of
Prints of (be best styles and good colors at
a i t-fHKwa ox vo.
0 RANGES, Lemons, Nuts, Fruits, Ae., for sals
cheap at tb wholesale and retailGrocery of
m R. B. Cunningham.
John Baker. Plaintiff. Preble Common Pleas.'
against ' f Petition to correct de
John Stump, et. at. I scription in Deed.
Defendants. ' ,
fpBE said defendants, John Stump, George
Stamp, lienry btump, iwaiel stump, ion-
ard Stump, Jacob Stump, Mary Stump, Andrew
l . V : A . n-
Aiuiuwruwu, jiuftrKaiu wuuiKriuui, oaruu 4,1m-
merman, Alexander Zimmerman, and the un
known children and heirs at law of Catharine
Ream, deceased, (late Catharine Stump,) 'are
hereby lotified that on the 9th day of June, A. D.
1854, the above named plaintiff filed in the olerk'a
olhce of the court of common pleas of Preble
county Ohio, a petition against them the said de
fendants, the object and prayer of which petition
is to correct the description of the premises in a
certain deed, executed and delivered on or about
the 6th day of November 1827, by George Stump,
senior late of Butler county Ohio, deceased, to
the above named defendant Georgo Stump, and
which premises were conveyed by the Raid de
fendant George Stnmp, on or about the first day
of March, A. 1)., 1854 to plaintiff, which said deed
is made from the said George Stump senior, to the
said Georgo Stump, attempted to convey to the
said George Stump the south half of the north east
quarter of section number thirty-six, (30) in town
ship six, (ij) of ranpe three, (3) east Ac, in the
county of Preble and State of Ohio, alsotocorrect
the langiiarre and phraseology expressing the con
sideration in said first mentioned deed. And the
mid defendants are further notified that unless
they appear and answer or demur to said petition
bvthe 5th day of August A. D. 1854, the said
plaintiff will proceed at the November term of said
court to take the matter in said petition as con
fessed and ask of aaid court a decree therein ac
cordingly. HUBBARD A FOOS,
June 15.-8. Atty's for pl't'ff.
Preble Common IMcas,
John Ware use of 1
John Pottcugall I Fi. fa. ct. lev. fa.
vs f Order of Sale
Hiram D. Erans. I
T1Y virtue of a writ of fi. fa. et. lev. fa. issued
-L from tho court of common ideas of Prehl
countv. and to me directed. I wi otter for sains
public outcry at the door of the court house in
r.aton, on Saturday the 35tli day of July. A. D.
1854, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. unit
o'clock P. M , of said dar.the fHn-inir described
premises, situate on the countvof Pre hip and stnlo
oi uuio, u wh: un .o. one m as laid down in
a . . . ... .... .
the original plat of the town of Fair Haven, in
sum county oi rrcDic ana state ot Ohio.
Appraised at $
Terras of sale cash. JOHX DEGROOT.
IlnBBAitn & Foos, Atty's. Sheriff.
talon June 8, 1854.
Court ot Common Pious, Preble
Charles Wilkerwn, Pl't'ff. 1 Petition and order of
n pi nut
Harvey II. Wilson, Deft. J attachment.
THE said defendant narveyn. Wilson is here
by notified that on the 2yth dav of Mav, A. I)
Hot. the said ( harles Wi kiiui lilo.l in h
cicrics ollico or the court aforesaid a petition
against him the said defendant the object and
prayer of which petition is to subject the said
Defendant as bail to Ihe navment of a rprtnfll
judgment obtained in said court by the aaid
wiarics yi userson, in a certainactinuot assump
sit wherein the said Charles Wilkeraon waa
Plaintiff, and one William B. Wilson was De
fendant, and the aaid narvey H. Wilson was the
oauiortnu appearance ot tne aaid W illiam B.
Wilson, arid that said judgment so obtained
amounted to the sumor$lii8.8'J, and costs of suit,
amounting to the nun of 2fl.iil . and the an id 1...
fondant is further notified, that, on said 2:1th dnv
of Mav. A. I)., 1851. at the instance of said Plnin.
tiff an order of attachment was issued bvthe
clerk or the court aforesaid directed totheShcr
iff of Preble countv, commandimr him to attach
tho lands, tenements, (foods, chatties, stocks, or
interests in stocks, rights, credits, moneys, and
eU'eats of him, tho said defendant, Harvey H.
Wilson, in aaid county of Preble, and the said
defendentis further notified, that, unless he ap
pears and answers or demurs to aaid Petition liv
the 22d day of July A. 1)., 154, the aaia plaintiff
win uppiraime nennermoi aaia court thercalter
in laKejuugmeni against said flelendnnt by do
fault for the said sum or16ft.iM with the int.rpa
thci-eon from the 6th day of November 1858, and
amountingtn$2s,61. HlTBBARD-ft Ktrfj't. -
lor ine cows orsaiu original artinn or mmimnu i
Attest, L. 1J. Ooosx, Cl'k. AUy's for plt'ff.
uurj o, lot. WU
TO ALE CONCERNED.
fPHE undersigned having been aopointed by
J. ine rrooate judge ot f reDiecounty, Liquor
Inspector, hereby gives notice that he has the
necessary apparatus ami is prepared to enter
upon ine amies oi said oftiee. tie may he
found at tit times at his residence on Baron
Street, Eaton, HENRY VANAUSDAL
June 22, 1864, 3t.
To compel Rail Road Companies to make cul
verts, or drains, for the purpose of draining
the water ,off the incorporated village of
fcaton, irom all places where their Hoad
drains or obstructs the flow of water.
Be if ordained by the Town Council of the
incorporated tiliupt of Eaton, That the Eaton
f( Hamilton Rail Road Company, or any other
nan itonu running into, or through the limits
of said incorporated village of Eaton, shall
make, orcause lobe made,all necessary drains,
or culverts, for the purpose of draining off the
water, at all, or any of the crossings of said
Koad, or Hoads, as directed by the Town Coun
cil of the incorporated village of Raton. Pro
tided, that if ani I Kail Road Comnonv. or com
panies shall refuse or neglect to make the
necessary drams or culverts, as directed, on
conviction thereof, thev shall pay a fine of five
dollars; provided, said Company or companies
sum ii nuvc a rcanonaoie lime 10 mane le cul
verts, drains, or sewers, after being notified
by the .Marshall, and shall nay an additional
fine of five dollars for every five days there
passed June 15th, A. D., 1854.
S. BANTA, Mayor.
G. H. EIDSON, Recorder.
Preble Common I'lens. "
Aaron Shearer, Pl't'ff. ) Petition
against ) for
John Good, et. al. DePts. J Partition.
MMIE above named defendants, John Good and
i. Elizabeth Good his wifo DanlM Ttoll n.j
Bell, Benjamin Franklin Bell, Mary Jan'c Smel-
ser, juun uenry Koninsnn, are Hereby notified
that on the 17th day ef June, A. D., 1354. said
plaintiff filed in the clerk's office of the court of
common pleas or l'reble county Ohio, a petition
against them the said defendants, wherein aaid
riaintiu demanaa partition of the following de
scribed Real Estate situate, lying, and being in
the county of Preble, and State of Ohio, and de
scribed aa follows, to wit: "Beim? a now nt n..
south east quarter of section number thirty-four
(84.) oftownaliip number six (tf,) in range number
three (8,) East, Ac. beginning at the south east
corner of the above described quarter, running
UUU..B urn ui, uue uuuurca poiesios stone, tlience
west, one hundred and sirtv notes tn
thence south one hundred poles to a stone, thence
east one hundred and sixty polestothe betrinning,
cuuiauniiic oiib nunurea acres," also, the equal
south half of the south east quarter of section
twenty-two (23.) of townshiD number six (ft. in
range two east, Ac., also, a lot in the town of
nomervine, tiuticr county Ohio, and particularly
described as follows, to wit: it hl nil. rnnp mHu
ofthe east half pf lot number one (1,) lying north
ofthe street that runs between Jacob F. Row's
uwemng ntuse and tan-yard running east ani
west, beinr four (4.1 milea in front bv trn (m.
poles back, containing one fourthof anacre.lying
and being in section nnmber three (8,) in town
ship number five (A,) in range number twoeasf,
ae., in aaiu countv or uutier, ana state or Ohio,
and the defendants are further notified that at the
November term of aaid court, A. D., 1854. appli
cation will be made bv the aaid Aaron HhMiw
for an order of partition and that said premises
mnjr uv uumiiiracu sccoruinrfiV'
Attest, h. B. Ooa, cl'k. HUBBARD A FOOfl,
nv u. f. liarsn aep t. Att'ys for FPt'ff.
June 29, 1854 6w.
Queensware and Glassware,
CHINA, Stoneand Common ware, Glassware
of all kinds, Looking-glasses of all sires at
the New Store ot STEPHENS at Co.
ACCOUNTS current and Vouahers have
been tiled in the Probst Court of Preble
County, Ohio for settlement on the 10th dsy
ot Jly 1854 by the Executors of
John Pinkerton do 'd.
W'm. Ammerman " .
William Sellers "
By the Administrators of
John Mitchell dee'd.
Martin Saylor "
Jsraes II. Young
Nathaniel N. Randolph dee'd.
David Pell '
Magdalena Pfisterer .
Nelson Janes .. ".
Philip Heas "
Joseph Pence "
Mart n Garber "
Abraham Miller "
William D.Miller . Insolvent.
David Burnet "
And by the Guardians of
Elizabeth, Jemima, and Eunice L. Develin,
the heirs of Dennis R. Pottinger, A. Maria
McCallce. The beirs of Robert Swisher.
JOHN V. CAMPBELL,
June 13, 1054. Probate Judge.
Estate of Mary 7. Leas, 'Deceased.
TVTotics ishcrebyiventhatthe subscriber has
11 been duly appointed and qualified aa Admin
irrator of the Estato of Mary P. Leas, dee'd.
late of Harrison township. Preble county, O.
June 15, 185t-8f. Wm. KELLY, Adm'r.
FEEBLE COMMON FLEAS.
jonn .-iiiimp pi t u
Petition to correct
description of deed.
ct al- defendants
rpHE aaid defendants George Stump, Daniel
L Stump, Henry Stump, Leonard Stump, Marv
Stump, Jacob Stump, Andrew Zimmerman, War
irarut imiiierman, Sarah Zimmerman, Alexander
Zimmerman, Juhn Baker, and the unknown chil
dren and heirs at Law of Catharine Ream de
ceased (late CathariueStunip,)archcrebyiiot'iilcd
that on the th day of June, A. 1)., 1854, the aaid
plaintiff tiled iu the clerks office of the court of
common pleas of Preble county, Ohio, a petition
against them the said defendants, the object and
prayer of which petition is to correct the descrip.
tion of the premises in a certain deed containing
covenants of general warranty, executed and de
livered on or about the 6th day of Novembci A
!., 1 827, by George Stump, late of Butler countv!
Ohio, deceased, to plaintiff; also to correct the
language, phraseology expressing the considers
tion thereiu, and which aaid deed attempts to
convey to plaintiff the north half of the north ea-t
quarter of section number thirty-six,(.3fi)intnwn.
ship number six, (u)of range number three (8)
East, Ac, in the county of Preble and State of
Ohio, and the aaid defendants are further noti
fled that nolens they appear and answer or I)e
mur to said petition by the 6th day of August A
I-, 1854, the said plaintiff will proceed at the
November term of said court 1854 to tike the
matter in aaid petition aa confessed and ask of
aaid court a decree thereon accordingly.
HUBBAW) A FOO.Sf.
June 15,1854 6w. Attys for Pl't'ff.
. . Micriil's sale.
eai and Jickivood
Preble Common Pleas
alias Vcndi Exponas.
John G. Colrin and
BY virtue of a writ of alias Vendi Exponasfrom
the court of common nla of lr,.hl.
Ohio and to me directed. I will sell at public out
cry at the dour of the court house in Eaton, Prebla
county, Ohio, on Saturday the 15 dayof July luM
between the hours of lo and 4 o'clock of aaid dav.
the following property, to wit! A lease lor four
veara Irom April 1st, A. !., 1854. given by John
V anduren to Iravid Show, and hr U.viA
signed to Joseph Banner, and by Joseph Banner
assigned to J G. Colvin and Bauiel Corson to.
gcther with the slaughtering house thereon and
rendering house, three kettles and furnace and
lard press in the same. The same being of those
premises situate in l'reble county, Ohio, and
bouuuVd and described . fniw. ?-i I
ofthe south wcat quarter of section 84, in town,
ship number 8. and range 2 east. Ac, beginning
at a stake on the Dayton and Western Turnpike
road, witness a cherry tree 2 roda north west of
aaid stake, running thence about six rods in a
south east direction, uutil it striko. th k.b
seven mile creek, thence along aaid creek bank
in a north wen direction rods to a stake on said
Turnpike road thence ilmr ait"! ttirnttilru A t-
the place of beginuing, containing one half acre
more or less of land, being property taken by vir
tucof an execution from the court of common
pleas of Prebln county at the suit of Neal A Lock
wood again! J. (. Colvin A Daniel Corson.
Appraiscu at jfi50 JOHN Dl&UOOT
HrBBARn A Foos, Atty's. Sheriff.
June i,, ia;i.
Preble County Common Piona
Jacob Culber snd wifo "j Order of sale on Pe
. ". ( tition
sh Cornell son ct al. 1 f,,r rni.inn
BY virtuo of an order of sale in the above case,
issued from the Court of Common Pleas of
reblo countv and to me iliru..i,l I ..;n n:.. r.
sale at the door of the court lumu i. r.-.,n,
Saturday the 15th day of July, A. I), 1854, be
tween tho hours orioo'clock.A. M.,and4o'clock
M., of said day, theMlowing described prem
ises, situate in tho county of l'reble and State of
Ohio, to wit: bits numbered one hundred and
aeventy-aix, (17(0 one hundred n,l Mtv.ir. 1 1 r.
one hundred and fifty-one, (151)one hundred (100)
and ninety-nine. (99) known and designated on
the Town plat of the town of Camden, in said
county of Preble State of Ohio.
l,ot so. 171 appraised at 8
Lot No. 152 " 8
Lot No. 101 ' $
Lot No. loo ' $
Lot No. vu
Terms of sale cash, JOHN DEGROOT.
IIuBiMRnft tons, Atty's. Sheriff.
Eaton, June 8, 1854.
To compel the owners of Dogs, or Bitchej,
permiueu 10 rim at large, to muzzle them.
Be it ordained hi the Town Council of the
incorporated villaee of Eaton. That all owners
Dogs, or Bitches, permitting them to run at
large, nan Keep them muzzled from the 1st
day of July, until the 1st dav of October.
otherwise it shall be the duty of the Marshall
to am, or cause to be killed.all Dogs or Hitches
running at large, during the period aforesaid.
ras.eu June loth, A. u., 1H54.
S. BANTA, Mayor.
G. H. EIDSON, Recorder.
Preble County Common Pleas.
Daniel Christman 1 Order of sale on Petition)
8. Sheffer and wifo J to foreclose mortgage.
Y virtue of an order of aale in the above case.
issued from the Court of Common Pleas of
Preble County and to me directed. I will offerfor
sale at publio outcry at the door of the court
house in Eaton, on Saturday the fifteenth dav of
July, A. D., 1864, between the hoursof 10 o'clock
M., and 4 o'clock, P. M.. of said dav. the fol
lowing described Dremisessituate in the countv
Preble and State of Ohio, to wit: Lot No. one
hundred and rive (105,) in'the new plat of the
town of Winchester, laid out by Jacob Gift, and
the county of Preble, and State of Ohio.
Appraised at f
Terms of sale cash. JOTLV DEGROOT.
Cbadwici le Dbatsr, AU.y'a Bherift
tawin, june u, 180.
MAW BTBEET, IAT01T, OHIO,
WINTERS & JEFFERSON, Pro.
THE best accommodations may always be foand
at this house! (taantl ln..ii. i . '
desirable stopping place for travelers and visit
Ors. Bills in accordance with tha times. .
Istata ef David Hinkle, dee'd.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the subscriber
has been dnlvannofnted and msllfleif a Ad.
ministratornftha K.Uteof DaviJ HinkU Aar'A
late of Dixon township, Preble eonnty Ohio. '
'una m, UU. U. uxaDBlCJU), Adm'r..,