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[...]nnati, Richmond & Chicago
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UKS SOUTHWARD bound.
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Democrat Job Office.
niAnn business, wueu
lur attention to onr job do
int. Pesters, Pic-Nic Bills
lills, Cards, Programmes,
leads, &c, can beprocurred
office at Cinoinuali prices
[...]ased Members of the Bar.
raeetiugoi the Bar the
Uy, T. J. Lurah presented
llowing names of the de-
members of the Bar of Pre-
inty, since its organization
order in which they died,
irly as can be recollected,
loved the Court to enter
me on record, which was
in A. JJ&Uv. John M. Mc-
r - '
John Vanauadal, John C.
inus, Andrew J. Hawkins
rt Hazeltine, Joseph S.
:ins, Lazaaus Miller, Isaac
oley, Hiram Jones, Elisha
rt, Vincent Mitchell, Fran-
Cunningham, Joel W.Har-
leorge W. Gansl Jes6e B
igiocs Noiick. Rev. T. S.
frle, will preach In the
itian Chapel, on the Corner
iron and Somers Streets, on
Uy next at 10 o'clock, a. m.
in the evening, at 7f o clock
[...]ITOR'S OFFICE, PREBLE CO.,O.
Eaton, Aug. 22, 1870.
ad holder will remember that the
Ity Board ot Equalization to act
Itberetnrna of the District Asses-
Iwill meet at th:a office, on Tuesday
JARVIS N. LAKE, Auditor.
August, 25, 1870.
:ksonal. Cal. L. Stannah,;
imo spending a few days with
immerous menus. n is bow
ted on the O. A M. Railway,
Ire he has a trustworthy po-
n, which he secured on his
its. Good for Cal.
An Infurated Husband.
[...]EMPTS TO STAB HIS WIFE.
Escapes Through A Window
[...]d Leaps a Distance of Over
[...]ucccssful Attempt to Lynch
the Dayton Daily Herald, of 18th
'he people residing near So-
, Preble county, Obio, on the
Ivton & Western Jiailroad,
Ire disturbed last night about
o'clock, by a scene well calcu
Led to inspire them with terror,
cause of which is as follows:
t appears that a man named
ike O'Connell, residing near
fnoro, came to his room upon
in . . A -
le tecot.o noor in a state oi m
(..cation, and demanded of hi"
Ife, Eliza, some money. The
Ife, seeing the condition Jot her
laband, refused to give him any
lereupon O'Connell left.
; About half an hour later he re
i rued and a second time asked
r money, and opou being again
bfused, the infuriated man sud
n)y drew from his breast pock
large knife and rushed to
ard his wife, who seeing her
srrible danger, ran toward
pen wiudow and flung herself
the ground below, a distance
it over ten feet. The poor wo
tan, who is large and heavy.
ras rendered insensible by
til, and continued so for some
Upon examination it was
covered that her right arm
(broken, and that she had suffer
ed severe internal injuries.
forts were made by the exasper
ated crowd to lyuch O'Connell,
but he managed to escape
vigilance. He had, at last
counts, not been arrested.
Metting at the Court House.
I,. D: Campbell will speak at
the Court House, Saturday Aug,
27tb, at 1 O'Clock, Come and
From the Dayton Daily Herald of the
18th inst. Our Reporter "Goes for"
Gen Rob't C. Schenck!!
His Congressional Aspirations!
His Financial Embarrassments!
HIS CONTEMPLATED VISIT
TO SALT RIVER.
TO SALT RIVER. The Road to Fame
TO SALT RIVER. The Road to Fame How He Talks-How
TO SALT RIVER. The Road to Fame How He Talks-How HE EATS-HOW
HE SNUBS! &c., &c., &c., &c.
The long anticipated arrival of
the distinguished General and
chivalrous soldier, Robert C.
Schenck, has come to pass. Un
like other warriors of renown
who "came, and saw, and con
quered," he studiously avoided
any popular demonstration. The
enthusiasm of the people knew
no bounds when they heard that
their beloved chieftain would
soon be among them, and al
though every preparation was
made to get up a grand reception
the ignorance of his wherea
bouts, since the recent action of
the Republican Convention, pre
vented his friends from crawling
on their bellies to do him hom
age. Strange to say, ho put in an
uppearauce at the eleventh hour.
On the eve of the assembling of
the Democratic Convention, he
came, and with characteristic
alacrity our reporter hastened to
get his views on the important
issues of the day.
Reporter "General Seheuck,
General 6. "Yes, sir."
Reporter "Where have you
been all summer?"
Ueneral o. "until within a
week or so I have been in Wash
Rf porter "Where were you
during the last week?"
General S. "Well, 1 have
been swinging the circle. I on
derstood that tho convention had
tendered me the nomination for
another term in Congress, and,
for want of knowledge as to my
address, the official notification
was lying In the post-office of
Dayton, uncoiled for; so I hurried
home to get it."
Keporter "Could they "hot aj
prise you by telegraph?"
General 8. "No, the wires
were down; beside news by tele
graph is so unreliable now-t
day.-- everything lacks confirm
tion that I -would, undor any
circnmstunce, be unwilling' to
trust that medium."
Reporter "Well, General,
i) p pose you will accept the nom
General S. "I would cheer
fully accept If I thought there
was any show tor me. You see
I haven't got the soldiers' vote to
fall back on now. I can't go out
to the.Home and get up a grand
Fourth of July oration that'
played; and the way we have
manipulated things in Congress
of late, has materially affected
our cause. Therefore, I think
best to make a sacrifice."
Reporter. "But, General,
are the strongest man the Re
publicans can present."
General 8. "You don't be
lieve it. Mr day is over. You
can't fool the people any more.
They know me. You know
tried the poverty dodge last time
amd it succeeded: I tried it
this time, and it was a sig
nal failure. Between you and
things look shaky, and I want
get ouf of it. Why just look
tbo recent elections. Everything
overwhelmingly Democratic !
tell you, "straws show which
way the wind blows,' so I want
to get out of this, if I can."
Reporter. "You alarm me."
General S "Pon't mention
I too am alarmed. But
can I do to remedy the situation?
If I make the race, certain
awaits mo. You know,
better to laugh than be sighing,'
and I want to be the man
propose to acBociaJLyourself
a railroad cjrtrrfjany. Can
perhaps, tell me the " distance
from here to Salt River V
General Schenck (suspicious
ly) "No, bot I am going that
way soon, and will then be bet
ter prepared to enlighten you.
Many of my political friends
speak of accompanying me, and
possibly by our combined efforts,
we can do something in the sa
Reparter. "Perhaps I am de
taining you. You seem fatigued?'
GeneralS. "Well I am a lit
tle exhausted .rom my extensive
journey. It took me nearly ten
days to get here. Perhaps yon
will join me in a little luncheon?
Reporter "I don't care il Ido?
Here the general hailed a mes
senger of lunch, and ordered
hash for two. The -order was
promptly obeyed all tho luxur
ies of the season were. before bim.
The way he eat convinced us
that he was as eager for food as
Reporter "Now General, you
mast excue me for peessing this
subject, but I do thiuk you should
reconsider your determiuatlon.
You have a good card to fall
back on. The negro vote will
be a unit in your favor."
General 8. "Yes, that is a
good trump card, but I have been
there before. The Democracy
would see and go me two better.
fully uudorstand this bluff
game, tor 1 am an old hand at
Reporter. "It has been grave
ly hinted that you are better off
than you profess to be. Is there
any ground for this suspicion?"
General S. "Some inquisitive
people make a great fuas because
omitted to record a deed of my
house, which is not worth more
than forty-four thousaird dollars.'
Reporter. "I am astonished
that any body should epeak
about so trifling a matter."
General S. 'Yes, it is indeed
provoking, but this is not the on
ly false and malicious charge
that the Democrats have heaped
upon me. Yet I bear it in si-.
As the General nttered this
last remark, our reporter "wept,"
as did the soldiers who witnessed
the Prince Imperial pick up
bullet when he received his
"baptism of fire." Ho was ov
ercome with grief. Years
faithful devotion to hi.s country's
service bad made him poor.
With the expiration of his term,
he wonld have to retire in obliv
ion: with only a small piece
property worth about $44,009
shield and protect him. Think
of it, ye brave and heroic sol
diers, who, with one arm and
one leg yes, ye who have been
bereft of speech and eight, of rea
sot , of strength, of all that cons
duces to make life happy, think
of it, your brave General is im
poverished, while yon enjoy
privilege of drawing a yearly
pension amounting to over (100.
What a contrast. What a spectacle.
Happy soldiur. Unfortunate
Married. On the 17th inst.,
at his residence, by liov. Hiram
Johnson, Mr. Peter S laugh baugh
aud Miss Nancy J. Kirkpatrick-
All of Preble county,. Ohio.
gain The Democratic Voters
Preble County are requested
meet at the Court House in Eaton,
on Saturday Aognst27th, for
purpose of selecting a County
J. H. Foos.
W. C. M. BROOKINS.
About the middle of Monday
night there appeared at the
Preble County Jail,, a small Girl,
without a stitch of clothing of any
kind, and unable to speak a word
TLe sympathys of the Sheriff and
his good wife were at once awa
kened and the little waif was
taken into a comfortable home.
Ma. Editor Please announce the
name of JOHN FOOS, as a candidate
or County Commissioner, and oblige.
Messrs Editors. Please announce
the name of D. W. Harshman, as Lnde
pendent Candidate for County Commie'
ioner, and oblige
Dibd At his residence, on the
14th inst, of Jaundice, Capt.
Jessb B. Stephens, aged 68 years,
5 mouths aud 29 days.
Action of the Bar.
EATON, O., Aug. 14'70
At a meeting of the Preble
County Bar, for the purpose of
arrangingfor the funeral of Jesse
B. btepens, Esq., Solmon Banta,
Esq. was elected Chairman and
Q. W. Wilson. Secretary.
On taking the chair Esq. Banta
made Borne remarks pertaining to
the high character and exem
Diary life of the deceased.
On motion, Judge Haines, J.
U. Foos and Col. Karris, were
appointed a committee on resol
utions to report at a meeting ot
the Bar on Tuesday August 16.
On motion, Judge Haines was
requested to deliver an oration
on the life aud character of the
deceased. On motion, the mem
bers of the Bar and Court were
requested to attenbe funeral in
a body. On motion, Col. Harris
was appointed Marshal for the
occasion, on the part of the Bar.
On motion, Mayor Feos was in
structed to request the citizens to
close their places of business dur
ing the hours of the funeral.
On motion, the meeting ad
journed to meet Tuesday Aug 16.
G. W. WILSON, Sec.
Whereas; It hath pleased God
to remove from our midst, our
brother Jessb B Stephbnb, There
fore, be it
Resoved, That in the death of
brother Stephens, our Bar has
lost oue of its most able, accom
plished and gentlemanly mem
bers, science and literature a no
ble patron, community an honor
able and useful citizen, and a
faithful wife, has been bereft ot a
kind and indulgent husband.
Resolved, That in the life and
character of the deceased, we re
cognize an honest man in the
strictest sense of the expression, and
self-reliant in his own sense of
Resolved, That it is the duty
of the members ol this Bar to im
itate his morality and integrity,
follow bis example and cherish
Resolved, That wo attend his
funeral in a body.
Resolved, 1 hat the Judge of
the Court of Common Pleas of
this County be requested co or
der the foregoing Preamble and
Resolutions, to be entered on re
cord, and that the Clerk of said
Court be directed to deliiver to
the widow of said dee'd a certi
fied copy of the same, and that
he furnish like copies to each ot
the county papers for publica
tion. All of which is respectful.
A. Haines, Sen.
A. Haines, Sen. A. L. Harris,
J. H. Foos.
Send in Stock Bool Repots.
All persons holding Stock
Books of the "Lake Shore Louis
ville and South Western Rail
way Co.' are earnestly requested
torepcrt, witnout fail, the
amount subscribed on their sev
eral Books, at the meeting to
held in the Court House, in Ea
ton on Tuesday evenine: next.
Those who cannot be present
the meeting, will send their Re
ports to John M. Brown or J. H
Foos, Eaton, Ohio. Thesolcitor
who may fail to report, will dis
appoint the public.
Notice To Our Subscribers and Advertisers.
ens and Adver-
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You who subscribed and pro
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Liet every one come Up ana set
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paper issued from this office, un
til Thursday.September 15, 1870.
The undersigned have been duly ap
pointed Executors of the last will of
Cornelius VanAusdal. lat ot rreoie
county, Ohio; deceased, August 10, 1870
Harvey B VanAusdal.
- Camnbell A Gilmore,
Attya. Aug18 w3. pf $1,75
The ondersigred has been duly ap
pointed Administrator of the Estate ot
Hearu KesUng, deceased.
P 8 JOHN KESL1NG.
Campbell & Gilmore, Attorneys.
Aug. 25, 1870 prfl,75.
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ASSOCIATION, Box P. Philadelphia,
Richard B. Wilson, plt'ff Preble Coui t
vi. I- of Common
Nelson P. Phelpa, Deft, j Plena In At
ELSON P. PHELPS, of the State
of Illinois, will take notice, that.
Hicbard B. Wilson, of the State of Illi
nois, did, on the 11th day of June, A- D.
1870, file bn Petition in the Conrt of
Common Pleas within and for the coun
ty of Preble and State of Obio, against
the said Nelson P. Phelps, setting forth,
that the said defendant is indebted to
said plaintiff in the sum of Five Thou
sand Dollars with interest thereon from
August 1st., 1869, being in part for the
purchase monry of certain Real Estate
situate in Leningston county, Illinois,
sold and conveyed to the defendant, by
the plaintiff in January, 18r'J, &c, Ac
And on the 11th day of Jane 1870, a,i
order of attachment was issued from said
Court, in said action on the ground thati
saiu afcieuuuiib im a nun resiuent ok lot-
State of Ohio, and on the 15th day ol
June, A. D. 1830, the same was levied on
the following property of the defendant
to wit. A certain tract or parcel of land
8Jtua,te vyg . and ?eA"? ,n the county of
Preble and State of Ohio, and known by
being the South east quarter of section
n.u '?ht (8 ic township nnmber
eight (8) of range number one (1) east,
&c. Containing one hundred and sixty
cre be the same more or less
Plaintiff prays judgment on said claim
(or the amount above named, and asks
fr sale of said property, and that the
' proceeds arising therefrom may be ap-
plied in payment ot said claim.
1QO SaiU ntSIBUU X . 1 UtipU UkUUHUCU
that he is required to appear and answer
this!81"3 petition on or before the drd day ol
WALKER ft WALKER,
Campbell & Gilmore, Attorney!.
Attest D. B. Morrow, Clerk.
July 14, 18T0 w6, prf. $20.
Daniel Stump, Plfff,
1 Preble pom.
V Pleas In Par
MatiahStumn.et.al dfts I tition.
C ARIAH STUMP, of Darke county,
s-v i - a at . a i tt
--TJ- Un'. AiDeriAvery ano nannau
Mariah Avery of Preble, county, Ohio
and John D. Baker of Montgomery eoun
. s i . -1, . i . - .1 . !...:
LJ, UDlu, win mite nonce iuulh reuuuii
. i A l.ra in ffc rrt
Common Pleas, within and for the coun
I . . t, , 1 ( t 1 71 .
iy oi rreDie oy uaniei oiump ana
nendine. wherein the said Daniel
Stump demands partition of the follow
ing real estate to wit: - Sitnate in the
county of Preble and State of Ohio, and
bounded and described at follows, to-wlt:
Being all of the north half of the north
east quarter of section number thirtv-
: '-J ! nl,ml.A mlm f d
r nge number three 3 east Ac, con-
And that at tho next term of said
Court, the said Daniel Stump will apply
(or an order that partition may be made
made of said premises,
CAMPBELL & GILMOBE,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
Att'.est D. B. Morrow, Clerk.
July 14, 1870 w6prffl4
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NOTARI&S rVBLIC, LAND
Gov't Claim Agents.
Ejtvery, Weed, ? Sale Stable
HAVING bought the stock of Horm,
Buggies, Carriages and Hack of I'eter
Shafner, I am replenishing the entire
stock, and will furnish Horses, Carriag-
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ings. Funerals, &c, at the lowest living
Stable 1st door east of the Union Ho
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. Jf. SIJIPWjM; Prop' tor.
Eaton, May 26 '70, Cm.
tGm AAA A YKAU. GREAT IN
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25 cents. Address the Publishers,
CIIAS. J. C KLINE & UO.,
127 Bowery. TS. T ,
Nov 25, I8tf yl
P. O. Box 4J.
tO 98 w
Ohio Farmers .
LEROY MEDINA CO. 0.
Incorporated Feb. 8, 48,
Charter T erne tnat.
Cash Surplus, Bept. .
20, 1868 .... $251,828 SfT
IiOssee Paid over - - - 878,000 OO
Insures farm Property Only.
EXPENSES LESS, in'oroportion to a
mount of business than anv other Com
pany doing business in ' Ohio, and fer
this reason its rates are lower than those
of any other Company,
Without any rurther Liability,
Hat been in successful operation
over twenty years, arid by reason"
of its low rates, fair dealing, and
prompt settlement of I oasea, has become
the most popular Company in the States
anrong the Farmers. In case of lots,
this Company pays the fullvalaeof prop
erty destroyed by
fire or Isitrhtning, 'i
up to the amount insured. For Insur
ance or further information apply to
f. MP. MMO Ms.TMMSS, JMgt.J
rot rreoie aparioj Mionigom ry)oitntt.
AUJJtlSSH, Wat la, JPreblo Co., Q
,pkv inn, icow.yri.