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Important Change of R. R. Time.
Cincinnati, Richmond & Chicago
Cincinnati, Richmond & Chicago RAILROAD.
TRAINS SOUTHWARD BOUND.
Freight. - - 4.20. m
Chicago Express, - - 9-22. p. m,
t-'bicago Mail, - -
TKAINS SOninVARD BOIMD.
bicajro Express, - 7.47,n.ra.
hicftoo Mil - 7.0O, pro
Freicht. - - - d i2 P m
TOWN AND COUNTRY!
TAe oiywrf of 41 department it to
the Local Manor oj iwi wiu
emptey tne hh
r oaae for the benefit of tktte wishing
Advertise in Los.mli at 4m oet per
Rbliototjs Kowc. Kev. J. D
i Church next Sunday even
e at o ciock.
. m a .
Fatronizk Home. Jiuy your
ry goods, your groceries and
a J r a 1 .
haots of yoor own town. It is
ue extreinuy hi inurnii
iff to buy your goods' with the
txpectation of saving a jew cents
in the purchase. In ninety-inne
loses out of one hundred you can
uy cheaper from the business
hen of yoor own town than any-
rherc else. They can afford to
Jll as cheap as ttie merchants of
Leighooring places, audyou may
le sure inat tuey an bo. Aim
latronize those who advertise.
Flie man who carries on a buei-
esa and does not advertise, is
it her meanly or bliudly stingy,
is doing a very small business,
hercly living from hand to
houth. Thgae who advertise the
host, and keep their business be-
re the public, are the men who
iucceed, and who always sell at
iir profits. You will fit-d that
In nlmrtnt pverv CHSO that those
nen who never lay ont n cer.t in
Advertising, arc the ones that
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II .1 1 . 1. . 1 , . .
il mem tuu ui;i, TO
muu stepped up to us and
. wouM pay us every cent he
... i j .mi ' . i
,VeiI II In- I VeU I'.ll OUluruaj
iight, Wc presume that man'
. - j i L
l.e.i- .in.uner sa.u n uuu
Uy us hi u day or two, as
we were horn. Query Did
Pfjic man ue, or cw wo ever
o . 4.1. - l l . .......ll
ttle his bill as sure as shooting,
e are led to the conclusion
hat shooting is decidedly oncer
kin. Another said he hoped to
to to the d 1 if he didn't pay us
lithiu three days. Haveu't seen
im cince, but wo do trust he
as not hoped in vain. Quite a
inmber said they would see us
o-morrow. Those mer. have
icen blind ever since, or le to-
norrow has not come. One man
old us six months ago that he
von Id pay us as soon as he got
ome money. That man would
,. . e I
lot lie, auu oi courfe, uas noi
lad a cent since.
Anotiikr Jute Buo. A very
hespectable yonng lady, who re
ides with bet father two miles
orth of Covington assures the
Btillwater Gaaetfe that she dis
covered a veritable jute bug ii
lier chignon, few days
Phe creature was about the size
r t .1 r 1 r r.1 i "
pt a nea, anu aau a rearm oorer,
rr proDoscis-expressly catcuiatea
For perforating the scalp. The
ronng woman, after calling wit-
i i . , . ,
iiesses, uesiropea inc insect, ana
llso lur beautiful, trailing
Great perils wait in her opinion
,On all yona girls who wear a chignon,
AiUCTioNKBHlNO P. F. 8HiKLD8of
f f i, i o W la a oanshla Auction.
eer, and tie is in lavor aim me
public. Wv commend him to
We need not be reminded that
summer has passed away anu
that we stand upon the verge ot
another season. The dropping
leaves with changing colors: the
silent departure of song birds,
and the ripening truits, all too
truly tell that autumn has super
ceded summer. The golden
grain, in luxurious fields, the op
ening flowers, the bnds, blos
soms, are all gone; passed away
Hke 1 he beautiful creation of a
dream, leaving nothing bat the
from Victor Emanuel to
The following is the letter ad
dressed by King Victor Emanuel
to the Pope and sent to His Ho
liuess by Count Ponsa di San
Most Holy Father: With the
affection of a son, with the faith
of a Catholic, with the loyalty of
a king, with the sentiment of an
Italian, I address myself agaiu,
as I have done formerly, to the
heart of Your Holiness.
'illt,ot,l,luiona t4fl iviolbiM-
ty of the Sovereign P. utiff and
. r i : . .. -. I ..tl..ii.. .. A
ItyOHr IIoHues?, asl do not
ure,doubt, and as yoor sacred char
la ader and the goodness of your
A storm loll of peril threaters
Europe. Favored by the war
which desolates the center of the
Continent, the party of the ces
I moolitun revolution increases in
courage nrrd audacity, and Is
preparing to strike, especially in
Italy and in the provinces gov
erued by Yoor Holiness, the last
blows at the monarchy and
I know. Most Holy Father,
that the greatness of your soul
would not fall below the great-
lies of events; but for me,
Catholk King and an Italian
King, and as such guardian and
sorety by the dispensation of Pi-
vine Providence and by the will
of the nation of the destinies of
all Italians, I feel the duty of
taking, in face of Europe and of
Catholicity, the responsibility of
maintaining order in trie penin
sula and the security of the Holy
Now. Most Holy Father, the;
state of rniadofthe population
governed by Your Holiness, and
the presence among them of for
eign troops, cominjr from differ
ent places with different inten
tion, are a son roe of agitation
and of perils evident to all.
Chance or the effervescence of
passions may lead to violence;
and to effusion of blood, which :
it is mv doty and yours, Most j
Holy Father, to avoid nod pre
I see the indefeasible necessity
for the security of .Italy and the
Holy See that my troops, already
srnardtnr tne irontiers, nnooiu
. . . . a l
aavanoe and occupy the posi-1
tmn which ehail be ln-uispensuble
to the security of Your Holiness
and to the maintenance of order
Your Holiness will trot see a
hostile act in this measure ol
precaution My government and
my rorces will restrict themselves
absolutely to an action conserva-
ui ins uay! aumi nj, anu
"itli the indepeudei ce of the
soul givvi me the right to hope,
is inspired with a wish equal to
min of avoiding all coufiict and
escaping the danger of violence,
you will be able to take, with
theOooMt Ponza di San Martino,
who preieatsyoo this letter, and
who is furnished with the neces
sary instructions by my Govern
ment, those measures which shall
best conduce to the desired end.
Will Your Holiness permit me
to hope still that the present mo
ment, as solemn for Italy as tor
the Church and for the Papacy,
will give occasion to the exercis?
of that spirit of benevolence
which has never been extin
guished in your heart toward
this land, which it aleo your
jwu country, and of those senti
men's of conciliation which I
have always s udied with an in
defatigable perseverance to trans-,
Ute into acts, in order tnat,wnile
the national aspira
tions," the chief of Catholicity,
surrounded by the devotion ot
the Italian populations, might
preserve on the banks or the
Tiber a glorious seat independ
0f jl human sovereignty?
Your Holiness in. delivering
Rome from the foreign troops, in
treeing it from the continental
peril of be ng the battle-field of
subversive parties, will have ac
complished a marvelous work,
given peace to the Church, and
shown to Europe, shocked by
the horrors of war, bow great
battle can be won, and lmraor-
ital ketones achieved, by an act
oi justice auu uy a Biugic iu
L beg Your
Holiness to be
stow upon me your Apo-tolic
benediction, and I renew to
Your Holiness the expression of
my protouud respect, lour Ho
liuess most humble, most obedi
ent, and most devoted son,
FLORENCE, September 8, 1870.
Wm. Engle has removed
his tailoring shop to the old Post
Office bu lding. on Main street.
William will keep con tantl.y on
hand, and make to order, all
kinds of Men's. Boys and Cbil
urea's clothing, as cheap as the
cheapest. Also, coats, pants and
vests, mended and made new on
the'sary in reariug children of the
I present period. But we do think
that at the parents' door may be
laid a very great sin, for a great
j Dumber of them scarcely take a
a'thought about their children, be-
Wicked Boys Kight Here in
Eaton. We understand that one
day last week our new Superin
tendent, Mr. Barnhart, was ar
rested for correcting a child for
unruly conduct toward hia fellow
school mates, while on their way
home. We know there art some
very wicked little boys who play
around the neighborhood of our
office daily, who make a practice
of indulging in the most i rofane
language imaginable, and who
seem to have no knowledge or
the deep sin tbey commit when
so doing. It is positively shame
ful to hear these urchins, many
of whem arc scarcely more thau
prattling infants make use of
language that would cause eveo
a trooper to blush. The children
cau scarcely be blamed, for they
evidently lack that training aud
moral culture which is so n ecus
vond suppl vine: thcin with things
temporal, as far as they can with-
'oot inconvenience to themselves,
and farther than that they do not
seem to have any care. These!
children are allowed to roam the
streets from daylight uutil night
fall, mingling with all kinds of
lewd companions, performing
sundry depredations here and
there, tightiog, and learning ev-
erythiog bad, but never anything
good. These children are to be
pitied, and why I simply for tbei
narents' ueiflect. When I oh
when! will these parents learn
their folly, and take some inter
est in these little ones ontrusted
to their keeping, and when will
they open their eyes to the fact
that tots street education is a
dangerous thing, that it prepares
the way to the state prison, to
the almshouse, and ver, often to
the fatal gallows. The greatest
number of our various institu
tions for correction, derived
their first knowledge of evil from
la street education, anu one nae
. . .
but to lool around, to see nume-
reus others following in their
footsteps. Parents, watch yoor
children, atvd keep them within
proper restraint: it is your duty,
and von should attend to it. See
that vour ciiild has associates
that will not lead him
and alwavs remember the pro
verb: "Traju. np a child in the
way he should go, and when he
is old he will not depart from
it" Do this, and an overruling
Providence will smile on your
endeavors, and crown them with
49" The Real Estate Agency
heretofore conducted by me, has
been turned over to Johjt T.
Dekm, Esq., who is fully author
ized to act for me, during my
absence from Eaton, in all busi
ness undertaken in this line.-
Mr. Desni's business habits and
cxtensivo acquaintance, are sof
ficieut guarantees that all mat
ters intrusted to bim will be
and satisfactorily at
W. H. LOUGH.
W. H. LOUGH. Oct. 6th, 1870. w1.
W. H. LOUGH. Oct. 6th, 1870. w1. Deaths.
Died. Of Re mitt ant Fever, on
the 10th inst., in Eaton, William
H. Campbell, aged 19 years, 3
months and 20 days
Softlj , woo away his breath;
Let him leave thee with no strife;
Tender, mournful, mnrmering life;
He hath had nig bni aa blossom;
be oales and sinks awny
Earth into thy gentle bosom;
He hath done his budding here.
Bear his perfect soul above
Seraph of the skies sweet lore;
Good he was and fair in youth;
Aud his mind was seen to soar,
And hi heart was wed to truth.
Take him, then, forevermore
For ever, ever more.
Public Sale. Jacob Dillroan,
who lives 2 miles n. w. of Eaton,
on the Richmond Pike, will sell
on Thursday, Oct 20th, a general
variety of farming utensels and
household goods; also a lot of
t ion eer.
P. F. 8hields, auc-
See new Adv. of Railroad
Time Table in this paper.
List of Premiums awarded at
the Preble county Fair will be
published next week.
-Responsible Advertising Agen
cies are a great advantage to
both advertiser and publisher.
That of Geo. P. Rowel I & Co.,
No. 40 Park Row, New York, is
considered by many the most
complete establishment of the
kind in the United States.
Louis Napoleon's rule in France lin
been longer than that of any of his pred
ecessors since 17H. perhaps because il
W a n t e d We want an ac
tive and energetic agent for the
Democrat iu every township in
Preble county. We will pay lib
eral commissions to agents. Call
and see us. No person is now
authorized to collect for this pa
per, any persons claiming to be
authorized agents are impostors.
White What Floor, lOOtb 4 00
Red Wlet Floor, 1001b 3 75
Wheat, per bashel 1 10
Corn, per bushel 75
0ts, per bushel 40
Bye, per baabel 75
Beans, per bo shel 2 50
Salt, per bl 2 75
New Orleans Molaasos, gal. - 90 I 00
Golden Syrup, per gallon. ... 1 201 45
Baeon.( sides and ham) D
New Orleans sugar, lb 1215
Coffee, per lb - 2o2'
Lard, per lb...
Butter, per lb o(2zu
Eggs, per dozen '. 12
Bacon (Hog round) per lb. . 15
"White Fish, half bl 9 00
Herring, per half bl. . 4 75
Potato s, per bushel 50
Apples, per barrel 4 00
Dried peaches per lb 1- 2
Dried Apples, nerlb 0a 8
Clover seed, per bushel 10 00
Timothy seed, per bushel. ... 6 00
White hats are in full retreat.
Peaches have ceased to blush.
Butter is climbing upward
Old stove-pipe should be look
ed up uow.
A hot iron used on the hair is
School compositions are as
hard to write as ever.
The rain week before last was
one day after the Fair.
The maple trees are puttii g on
their scarlet tresses.
A glass of salted water three
mornings cures fever and ague.
The ladies are swinging the
fait style gracefully. -
Slaughter booses would smell
as sweet ont of town.
American women take to
warmer underclothing than Ihey
If you must catch cold this is
Tthe most fashionable time to do
About this time, gentlemen,
look out for mops aud soap suds-
An op-County mat still taker;
whisky for a snake bite procured
eleven years ago.
If a fellow wanted to find an
oyster in a Fair Ground stew he
had to dive for it.
It is hardly using the preacher
right to sleep with both eyes
shut daring service.
A Tewksbnry hen fetched six
teen chickens oat of fifteen egg
withoat extra strain.
A ton of peanuts and a cart
load of mint-sticks were got a-
way with during the fair.
Ttis tne tiardest matter in the
world for newspaper reporters to
please evil doers.
The horse is a curious animal,
since he eats best when he hasn't
bit in bis mouth.
Even powder will not set oft a
good number oi old girls we saw
at the Fair.
The old gentleman who don't
take any of the "dratted ppersr
was at the Fair, and innocently
inquired when the "plaguey
thing was goiDg to commence.''
Korsnth refuses to be a candidate for
Hungarian parliamentary honors.
The Xew York Times pronounces the
Lincoln statue a vile outrage on a great
A hat store in Albany, Sew York, in-
genouly advertises: "We want to sell
A Texan lunatic offers $1 203 reward,
and no questions acked, if the man who
took away his wile will return her.
Certain persons addicted to railing
assert that the timbre of the Kev.
voice is admirable fitted for maVtns
The Oregon Legislature officially in
vites thn heathen Chinese to come and
aid in civilizing that region of country
Senator Hamlin, dissatisfied with the
quality of political slates generally, is
working a slate quarry of his own in
Baptain Cleves, of the bark Herbert,
from Liverpool, fell a victim to yellow
fever at Galveston, Texas, on Wednesday
Indianapolis is in bad spirits on ac
count of a national convention of "me
diums" now in session there.
G. W. Moyer pl'tff Before J. Mc
va Lean, J, P. of
Johnathan Guntle -Twin Township',
Defendant. 1 Preblo County,
ON the 24lh day of September, A. D.
1870. said Justice issued an order
ot attachment in the above action for tfhe
sum of ten dollars and forty cents. .
O W MOYEB.
West Alexandria. Ohio. October 5, '711
Qett3 T3w3 prffl TT.
unlike all oilier
Bitter 8 in the
Most Bitters, so
called, are merely wislihcashy stuff,
sold a d Leverage. Dr. Boback'st
Bitter drc fibt a beverage in anm
- ' r it.- -' '- - ilj
most expensive drugs hnovni to
. science for the radical bui-e of
Indigestion and Dyspepsia, hlid
for all ease where a t&iiic aiid
sit mutant are
restore the vital
forces in a re
and give tone to
It is nmo eleven
years since Dr.
lioback, the cel
den, came to this
country and introduced the Scan
dinavian Blood Purifier; since
whidi thne thousand have been
cured, by its use, of Scrofula and
other blood disease. It contain,
besides Ute Iodide of Potassa and
Syrup of Stillingia, drugs import
ed from Sweden for it express
manufacture, unknown and not
kept by a pot he
caries in this
single trial will
convince the moat
keptical of it
Blood Pill are
any Pill manu
factured for a
One trial inva
riably establishes them a favorite
with all who use them.
The reasons why Dr. Bobaefc's
Blood Pills should bs kept in ev
ery family are: Because they can
oe employed, xn all cases where a
"family phytic " it required, and
are perfectly tafe in their admin
istration at all time; Because
they are made
both with and
adapting them to
the use of every
they can be pur
chased at any
drug s.nre at the
price of twentu-
jtv cent per
For Sale by JDruggigts
and lealT8 in Patent
Farm of One Hundred
ACRES FOR NOTHING!!
A compilation with full an1 accurate
explanations of the HOMESTEAD
LAWS enabling and instructing anv
person how to secure one hundred acres
rich farming land lor notbinf;, six
months before leaving home, and in the
rechest and most productive-portion of
She Ornal Win! L yon contemplati
emigration send FIFTY CEETS for this
ork. Ton will never regret it !
M. E. MAYNARD, St. Louis, Mo.
JJEW gLACKSMITH gHOP.
NOTICE TO ALL CREATION.
The undersignec has just opened a
a first class blacksmith
Shop on De'cator and Beech Sts. Eaton,
Ohio (just above the Brewery.
Horse-Shoeing, Plows, Harrows,
Wagons, Edged Tools, &c.
made New or repaired. Also Double
Linked Chains repiircd or made. Bring
your IKont, Satisfaction Warranted.
January. 27, 1870-yrl.
JODS r. CAMPBELL. JAB. A. OII.MORX
CAMPBELL & GILMORE,
(Successor to Gilmore Jfc Campbell,)
ATTORNEYS at LAW,
NO TAB lira PUBLIC, LAND AND
Gov't Claim Ag:1.
Offio at the old stand, on Barrou Street
Jan. 1 1870. yl.
John Hilcnmn h Estate.
XTOTICE is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed
aud Qualified executor of the last Wi'l
a-d testament of John Hileman, late of
Preble connty Ohio, deceased.
4. B. Fooe, Att'y.
Sept. 22, 1870 prf $1,75 w3
HOWARD SANITARY AID
For the Relief and Curo of 'he Erring
and Unfortunate, on Principles of
Essays on the Errors of Youth
and the e of Age. in relation to
Marriae Social Evils, with baniiary
f.r t.o offliplefi. Sfint fref. in eenl
ed Envelope Addresss HOWXRD;
ASSOCIAT TON". f?n- P. Philadelphia
HOW TO MAKE GOOD
IV ONE SAY!
From Cider, Soreh am, Mulasses,
Sugar, Wine or the iuce of any
fruit. Directions hifnpie anu
Eas-. Cost not one-half that ot
the old process of allotting Ci
der to sour in the barrels.
Any one can make It. Full
Directions sent upon receipt ofj
Address, W, H. Bishop,
ST. LOf is, Jtro
VINEYARDS NEW JfcRSEV.
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE!
rot Ml I'E.iJtS OJLJ9.
fllHIS justly celebrated nntive Wins is
JL made from tbejnico of the Onortive
Grape, raised in thia country. Its vain
Tonic and 8trengthesi g Properties
are ansurpassed ha any other native Wine
Bet- g the pure juice of the grape, pro.
ed under Mr. Speer's own personal sup
ervised, Its purity aud genuineness are
guaranteed. The youngest child may
partake of its generous qualities, and the
weakest invnlid may use it (o advan ge.
It is particularly beneficial to the aged
and debilitated, and ia suited to the var
ious ailments that afH.ct the weaker Bex.
It is, in every respect, A WINE TO BE
INVALIDS USE SPEHB'S POKT
FEMALES USE SHEER'S PORT
WEAKLY PERSONS FIND A
BENEFIT BY ITS USE.
Speer's Wines in Hospitals are prefer
red to other wines.
Sold bv Iritreists generally, who also
sell Speer's Standard Wine Bitters,
Trade supplied by all wl olesale Dealers.
See that ihe Signature ol Aiirl fspeer,
Passiac N. J., is over the cork of each
"a 'sPEER'S Vineyard, New Jereer.
Office, No. 243 Broadway, New York.
For Sale by J. P. BROOKLN84SON
fiu 1r ton. Ohio
Ik it that Dr. Roback's Stom
ach Bitters increase in sale
They are the best combina
tion ever made.
Do the Druggists recom
mend Dr. Roback's Bitters
to their customers?
After years of experience
and trial they have been
proven to be a sure cure
for Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
Is it that Physicians use
and recommend Dr. Bo
back's Sugar-coated Blood
They know the ingredients
of which they are made.
Are Dr. Roback's Blood
Purifier and Blood Pills
the best remedies taken to
gether for the cure of all
diseases of the blood ?
The Blood Purifier is the
only article in the market
whichcon tains the celebrated
costly Drugs imported ex
pressly from Sweden for its
manufacture, and the Pills
contain the active principle
of Podophyllum (Mandrake
Root,) and is a substitute
Are Dr. C. W. Roback's
Stomach Bitters, Blood Pu
rifier autl Blood Pills the
three greatest remedies the
world has ever known?
After eleven years' experi
ence and trial the sales have
increased each and every
year, and thousands of let
ters (unsolicited) of the re
markable cures they have
performed bear witness.
Read the letters in Local
Column of cures by these
Tbo ladies of Wa ikoo, lows
have organized a book an
der company. A ladies' hose
cotnpsmr will. Le next, in order-
jf CD '
Pun o m
ez S s 3D
MAvery, Wet Jr Sate StabtP
HAVING bought the stock of Horses,
Buggies, Carriages and Hack of Peter
Shsfucr, I am replenishing the entire
stock, and will fnraith Horses, Carriag
es and buggies for pleasure Ride, Wed-'
ings, Funerals, fcc, at the lowest living
8table 1st door east of the Union Ho':
tel, Main st.
. JR. S.i.TIMI;E Prop'torv
Eaton, May 20 '70. Cm.
0 OAA A YtAH. ORE AT IK
9wWWW DUCMENTTO MALE AUD
FEMALE AGENTS. We deiren ac
tive Agent iu every town, to whom we
offer a ehanee to makk mott. For full
particulars address Braixakd k Wrr-'
hose, Cleveland, Ohio. suay 2 tt
Johx C Boxef. Joh Haldkua'
BONER & H0LDERMAN
Having recently associated as partner
the Groceiy Business would Inform
tbc public that they neve new on head a
good supply of
jFi8t CJaSS GrOCfirieS 8UCh Uf
Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Molassesy
Spices, Candies, Soap, Tobacco
fc Cigars, Batter, Cheese,
Lard A Eggsj FLOUR A
MEAL. Dried Fruits
Dried Beef. Tobe,
Bankets, dec., Ac
av. This firm have the eaclusive
Agfnoy n Eston. for the sale of the
CH A M PIJK REAPER; and the im
proved Dayton Sulkv Horse Rake.
April 21, 1870 ta'os. .
TO DO ALL KINDS OF
Edged Toole, Heavy Forging and
a i : a . T.LVf.
All KindS OI erODDing
ON SHOUT NOTICE !
""Eaton, Fehiuary S 1870" ljrr.
Manhood: How Lost How
Just published, a new edi
tion t Dr CalTarwaU'tr
Celebrated Essay on the
radical eure (without medi
cine) of DPUKMA1
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal
Losses. Impoteacy, Mental and Physical
Incapacity, Impediment i to Marriage,
etc. ; also, Consumption, Epilepsy, and
Fit, induced by sell -indulgence or sexu
al extra vajrniice.
t?L. Price, in a sealed envelope, only S
The celcl rated author, in this admira
b'e essay, clearly demonstrates from a
thirty years' successful practice, that the'
alarming consequences of self abuse may
be radically enred without the daugerout
ue oi internal medicine or fm applica-.
tion of the knifo; pointing out m ejmtf of
) cure at once si m i le, certain, mma etTrc-
tual. by means or which every esssmeer, no
matter what his condition may Ike, may
cure hiinelf cheaply, privately, aed rod
tST This Lecture should he la the
hands ol every youth and every man in-
Sent, uuder si.-ul, - a plain envelope,
to any address, ptslpaii, on reeeipt of
sit cents, or two post stamps. Also,
Dr. CulverwellVMarriaire Guide," price
- cents. Addtes the I'ahltuhers.
C HAS. J. O Ki.IVEJbC',
127 Bowery H- Y , I'. O. Box IM6
Nov 9Sj (809 yl
IER0Y MEDINA CO. 0.
incorporated Feb T 7r,
Caeb Surplus, Sept.-
20, 1869 - - - - SSS1.8S6 .-J9
Leasee Paid ovot - - - 378,000 OO
Insures Farm Property Only.
EXPENSES LKS. in prKrtion to a
mount of ousinestf thMii an ether Com -pan
v doing business ia Ohio, and fet
this reason its rates are lower than ' -
of any o'her Co npany.
Without any Further Uabilify,
Has been in ' eueaessftil operation
ver twenty as, and be raaeon
of its low ratrs, fair deafcag, and'
prompt scttfentent of loaeea. kaa become
thomovt popu'ar Company rsvrbe State
amow ihe Farmer. 1 on rflrrs.
ibis Company pay the fallranab-of prop-
upti th's amount iustw. Mas Insur
iii'd or furthrr information mmmlw m
I Fort'reble ipartofMoUnmtrpOouniit.
A dDBBSSi urans, Prewe Co., o
Scv llth lt'.yrl.