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THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
L, G. GOULD, Editor.
Dae. 12, 1872.
On our outside will bo found the
message of the Preeiderit, which
is a plain unpretending review of
the condition of public affair.',
and contains no suggestions to
. Congress, that is either new or
- novel. After dealiug another of
the blows At the fiauking privi
lege to which that venerable a---,
ibuee has become very well used,
. the President declares his appro
val of Postmaster General Ores
-" well's postal telegraph scheme,
but does not think the subject
. can be disposed of in the present
session of congress. The appre
hensions of those who recognize
in this scheme not merely a vast
job for private aggrandizementat
the expense of the country, but a
dangerous interference of govern
ment with the most private affairs
of the people, were not at fault.
President Grant is now fully com
mitted to this enterprise, and
- ; may be expected to sustain it with
. all the power of his administra
tion. Supported by a powerlu
lobby supplied with abundant
means of persuasions, it will be
next to impossible to defeat this
scheme in the coming congress.
It will be a partial realization .cf
that paternal policy of govern
ment which has found so many
admirers in the recent political
... 4 history of the country. Railroads
and canals will next be absorbed
and finally all the busiuess of the
people will be conducted by dif-
ferent bureaus of administration.
This scheme will give tothegov
ernment the control of not les9
than 60,000 new office holders.
and supervision of the entire tele
graphic correspondence of the
country. In an exciting campaign
; At ia easy to conceive bt the ad.
' ' vantages it would give to the par
ty manipulating the wires. Louis
Napoleon has already shown the
world what terrible uses he could
make o! a government telegraph
when he throttled the French Re
public. Bat his example-will
doubtless powerfully recommend
this telegraph scheme to the lea
ders of the oblican party. A
measure of legislation more par
tial and unjust, more completely
"'"in .the interest of the few at the
expense of the many could scarce
ly be devised. In a boundless
einntry like this, the annual de
ficit to the treasury under a re
duction of rates, would be enor-
: mous, and that burden would fall
on the masses of -taxpayers ( who
makes exceedingly small use of
the telegraph. Of the farmers
and mechanics of Ohio how-many
are there who usethe telegraph
wires and who in their correspon-
-. dence cannot await the. course of
th e mails? Of the 800,000 negroes
who voted for Grant how many
send a dispatch in a year? Yet
the vast majority-of the people
are to bo inflicted with this bur
den for the advantage of the few,
The scheme, however, has been
recommended by th President
and it, therefore, becomes a por
tion of the policy of his party.
General Maxwell committed
suicide in Dayton last week, by
shf oting himself through the
head. Financial embarrassment
is supposed to he the cause. ; His
1 'funeral took place on Monday
last, and is said to have been the
largest seen in that city since
that of Mr. Vallandiham.
A series of 'well defined gold
bearing veins have been discov
ered near Kelley's Ford, Virginia,
five miles from the Rappahan
nock station. The surface rock
of gold bearing quartz yields
lrom sixty to one hundred dollars
per ton. Three tunnels are now
.being worked through a rich rock,
'and everything gives evidence of
The Electoral College. The
Presidential Electors re-assembled
in the Senate Chamber Dec.
4 at 12 a..m., and with a proper
amount of solemnity all cast their
votes for U. S. Grantlbr President
and Henry Wilson for Vice Pres
ident. Dolly Vardeu, though popular
as a name, has proved very un
profitable to manufacturers and
dealers in dress goods, many of
whom have been driven to the
verge of bankruptcy by investing
la large stocks of this class.
From Washington comes the
very ttartlirg news that Presi
des! t Grant has pardoned Hodges,
the paj master who swindled the
Government ou of some 400,000
although he has not yet strved
ono-seventh part of the period
for winch he was sentenced. A
year ami a haif ago, when this
polished robber vs doomed to
ten years in State prison, the Ad
ministration orgaiis exulted in
glowing eulogies of Grant and
his determination to stamp our
Tweedism in Federal offices by
making terrible examples of cul
prits caoght and con victed. Ever
since then the case of Houges
has been held up as a sample of
the administration of Federal
justice in contrast to the taso of
Tweed in Nev York. 4iTi:er?,"
poiuting to llodgs, "is what -we
do with our rascals,'' the Federal
orgaus were never tired of shout
ing. They never forgot to add,
in the next breath, "There,"
pointing to Tweed "is the way the
Democrats tried their thieves."-
The argument of the comparison
uuaouDteaiy naa yeiut tin
many people. When, during the
campaign, a report gained circu
lation that Hodges was to be
pardo.ned, it was judignautly de-
niedby the Administration press,
It will now be interesting to note
how these same journals will ac
count for the President's clemen
cy (!) in ordering the criminal's
release so soon after election and
before Hodges ha3 Berved one
fifth of his sentence. Meanwhile
what has become of those Ku-
Klux pardous we heard so much
J. lie Venerable Jesse, the ia-
tner or ins eon, Ulysses, nas got
the President into a very un
pleasant position. Like a good
son (no matter what may be
thought of the act as President.)
he made father Jesse a postman
ter. Jesse drew the pay with
out doing the duties. Finally
Jesse got sick and continued ill
so long that scandal compelled
a new appointment. A Mr,
Eastern was chosen, Jesse got
well, got his venerable backup,
and Easton was compelled, to re-
sign. To Mr. Grant's credit, as
President, he wrote back beg-
ging Easton to euspeu i action,
and expressing regret that his
latner snooa nave interterea.
upshot of it. has been that
the old man has caned Easton.
What he will do to 'Lysse re
mains to be seen.
Of the 88 counties in Ohio only
. 1 - J
iour can Doasc oi a popuiauon ex-
ceeaing ov,vvv. xncre ar nam-
- f f r r r m tt
ilton, 260,370; Cuyahoga, 132,010;
Montgomery, 04,uuo; ana Jrantc-
lin, 63,019; Seventeen counties
nave uiminisneu in population
unce the census of . 1860, viz:
Caroll, Coshocton, Geauga, Gner-
TT : TT 1 tl
bej-i iiamsuD, noiraes, nuren,
Knox, Licking, Medina, Morgan,
Morrow, Noble, Perry, Preble,
Seneca, Warren. Of these Holmes
loses me most, z,iz; ana rreoie
the least. 11. The whole increase
of the copulation of the State
from 1860 to 1870 was 325.749.
-m "mn m. I
Thedeatb ofMr. Greeley leaves
..1.4.. 1 ' I
u uipuu w uuoq utier uertave-
eni win enuue ner to a w me
and earnest expression ofsympa
thy. In the latter part of Octo-
ber, Parser Hempstead of the
steamship Missouri, the afnan; ed
lover of Miss Ida Greeley, was
lost in the terrible disaster which
befel that vessel. A few days la-
ter ner niomer was oorne to Her
lastresting place in Greenwood
cemetary, ana now ner tat ber, too,
has passed away. Father, moth
er and lover within a single month
havo crossed the dark river from
which there is no return.
which commencea on Monday 2d
msf: . f.e.rmiiiiitfis mi r.Iio HA nf I
M-roh. Thfi "-w rJnnBm.
puacu oi me meiuoere uuoaen at
.1. . 1 : .t ....
i,uc late cicciiuua, win men ue in
order. The House of Renreeen-
tatives will consist of 292 mem
bers. : Of these, tbe Republicans
will have 199, and the Democrats
93. So it will be seen that Grant
will have more than a two-thirds
majority in that body after the
3d of March.
The Grant party having been
fairly beaten in New Orleans and
.Louisiana, have applied to the U.
Court for an injunction to pre
vent the votes lrom being count
ed. This is their last dodge to
United States Senators.
On the 4ih of M rch next the
terms of sixteen United States
Senators will expire, to-wit:
Illinois Lyman Trumbull.
Indiana Oliver P. Morton.
Kansas Samuel. O. Pomeroy.
Louisiana Woi. P. Kellogg.
M a ss a c h u s c 1 1 s-1 1 en ry W i i sot i.
Mitsoini Frank P. Blair.
A'evada Jssmes W. Nye.
IS'ortli Carolina John Po. 1
South Ciuvliuu Frederick A.
Saw j or,
Wisconsin Timofhv O. Hmvo.
' JN e v ork Eoscoe (Jon klin
Alabama George E. Spencer.
Arkansas Benjamin F. Rice.
Florida Thomas W. Osborn.
Georgia Joshua Hill.
The official paper in Washing
ton denies that thepolicy of Gran
r uring hie second term will be
more favorable to the South. The
denial was un necessary. Nou
vlio kucw the temper and spirit
of nia advisers believed . there
Wjui.j Lie auy change, unless to
something worse. The 'Gran
parly is maintained in power by
fomenting and keeping alive in
the North a bitter fueling toward
the South. Senator Morton, of
Indiana, told the people that the
content was stili between the blue
and grey, or.d it is upon the hy
pothesis that we arc at war that
our next Administration will b
will not be in Sandusky much be
The fore Christmn. He wants to
Texas stood up nobly agains
the storm which prostrated other
estates. The Democrats filpcfpd a
full Congressional delegation am.
have a heavy majority in th
Legislature. This insures a sound
. . ......
Ioca government, wmie the voice
01 wi olale w, oe liearU lu Coil
A T i I. . i . 1 1 T a
gress lor pacification and a thor
ough reunion of all parts of the
The one thousand men dismiss
ed from the Brooklyn Navy-yard
last week, are grumbling over
their discharge so soon alter the
election, and with no prospect o
back whges until next pay day
men of these men was assessed
two dollars and a half for the
Grant campaign fund, and five
uo ,ar8 Ior waru expenpes.
An old Sandusky man, who
has been on the slope sin eel 8 49,
writes home that he is coming
back with two wagon loads of
diamonds and a load of rubies
but as his oxen travel slowly hfi
know of his ,vife if the cellar is
dry, rat proof, and calculated to
In ; Administration circles, at
VVaBhinsctou, Seuator Ferrv, of
Connecticut. Alcorn, of Mi-
Lipp. namiJUiIJt of Texas, Blld
Robertson, of South Carolina.
classe( wilh Sumn' Schurz.
Fenton, Tipton, and SDruBue. in
the Oonosiiion; uvl hv thia cal-
culation the Opposition vote in
the Senjite, after the 4th of
March, is increased to 30, against
44 BUrc to 8UDDOrt anv mea3nr
President Grant may demand,
even San Domingo,
' : -
ame Dodies have heen recovcr-
ed from tIle rninB of the fire in
Jooston, unci live oi them identic
fie(j. .Nineteen bodies, supposed
. . . 1
have been buried n the debris.
are Bi niiH?in',
ne Philadelphia Age annoan
ce.3 ,jOW immunity is secured for
potieat scounUrels in that city:
lhat all attempts to bring to
J8'lce ,tne perpetrators of frauds
luu xute eiectious wouia ena in
smoke, is what most intelligent
people expected. In the United
States Circuit Court, the first in
uieiraeiu sent to tne Vjrrand Jury
with the amplest testimony, was
instantly ignored. The Grand
Jury in the Courtis selected bv
the United States Marshal; and
has selected the preseut one
with Inn rill I L-nrmrlrliyo tho tU:
cla38 ot cases would come hornre
We need say no more,
e join wiui Hie World in a
olectinir our Presidents, and
.., " . '
neartuy approve or us sugges-
iion lor one more amendment to
Constitution, which will
abolish the electoral college sys
tem, and allow the people to vote
Ma-or or Governor. The
new amendment should also pro-
vido for a Presidential limit of
term, as in the case of the
Constitution of. New Jersey.
instrument makes the Gov
ernor ineligible to succeed himself-
We would go further than
World, and remodel the sys
tem of electing United States
Senators. Let the people elect
them, aud not the State .Legisla
The California election law has
feome novel features. According
to an act passed by the Lcgisla-
ture, the ballot is printed in long
primer Capital letters, ';on paper
of uniform size, color, weight,
texture and appearance, twelve
inches long by four inehr-s wide,
and folded crosswise four times
from the centre bo as to make the
ballot three fourths of an inch in
size and pressed Hat." The law
ah?o provides that "uo ballot must
be used having any mark or thing
on the back or outside thereof
whereby it might be distinguish
ed from any other ballot legally
used." Also-v that "all erasures
of names of candidates and sub
stitutions of others mnft be made
with a lead pencil or common
writing ink. All nthei orations
or substitutions will be n-jected."
This does away with "pasters'' al
together. 2Jo person is allowed
to exhibit the contents of a bal
lot within 100 teet of .the polls
nor reqneft any one else to do so
under very severe penalties of
There was a noble youth, who,
on being urged to take wine at
the table of a statesman in Wash
ington,' had the niorul courage
to retuse. He'waa n, pure young
m:.n,just beginning the struggles
of lite. lie brought letters to
the great statesman who kindly
invited him home to dinner.
"Not take a glass of wine?"
said the great statesman, in won
derment and surprise.
"Xnt one simple glass of wme?'
echoed the statesman s beautifu
and fascinating wife, a3 she arose
glass in hand, and. with a grace
that would have charmed an an
chorite, endeavored to press it
"No," said the heroic youth
resolute!, gently repelling the
What a picture of moral gran
deur was that! A poor, friendless
youth refusing wme at th. table
of a wealthy and famous states
man, even though proffered by
the tair hands.ot a beautiful lady
"No," paid the noble young
man, and his voice trembled a
little and his chook flushed. "
never drink whip. (here h
straightened himself up and hia
words grew firmer) but if j'Oti've
got a little good old rye whisky I
dnn t mind Irjing a eniftcr ?;x
Cin., 'I imcs.
A farmer in Iowa last week
hauled a load of corn to Des
Moines, and with him went his
wife in .'burge of 24 chickens.
After sale the woman had moie
money than i he man.
Frwotffaar: Cell fit !VoUin's rrqg Store,
t.ainn.iMiio, un-i trt a smuu'c bwttte of lr. A.. ujs
ciiee'sGertoun i?vrjp. i;.- oi" rlinrire. It has late
ly hpoii introiiVid in tlii (tMintrv from Germany
ano tor any iiersiKi saiU'Viiip wnU a btvere cough,
lii'H'V CMlif M'Tll;I mi tl.n ht-ti? pr.iicnrniitinii nr
any niscasf oi ice iiii ot't ani iiiukb ii no equ.ti
In tlifr world. Our rczular Kizt itnttlm 75 cents. In
all case money will lt? promptly returned ifpn
tt t :itislayi ion fs nut Two doses will re
lieve any case. Try it.
S75.O0O in CASH for SI.
We cull tho attention of our readers"to
the iiflvertisemeiit in another column of
the Nebraska State Orphan Asylum.
Here is a chance to win a fortune in a
Public Igal Drawing, and at the same
time help a noble a gel worthy mstitu
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fjiE-;sK RnpiKn t.ti
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KMIS -Jit. 13 r.I.VSKKnOTT. siirtl
Fi.oun....; tftmmta potatoes T.asu nr.bush
EXTRK ...- Wiy27 so 3fEK I'OKKS..12 7.X l:!00
J.' AMIl, Y &Oi'.7 i Ji A MS ..I1(M4- 7.
WllKT 41 S".Vrtl.-,7 SHOtXDEK3 uflcc 1-5
CORN.:.. 14trt.-., SIJJKS ...7..t7 l-
OATS Sl(ft:f. I,AKT 8 3-!(ffio
RYE ffr&Xt HOGS, GBOSS....?4 ii0S 00
SUGAR !jjU' " NK r.......i'. .'.5 0
txmvili 'D.U l-rr.U! 1-1 t:u ICKiiiJiH t3wmM
The First Annual Ball of the
WILL BE GIVES AT. THE
On-Tuesday, Tec, 24th, 1872.
For the purpose of UN I FOR M IX G THE
COAlfAS i . We win have the
BEST OF MUSIC !
for the"occasion. "We exter.d a general
invitation to all, and will try to please
EST The BEST OF ORDEI?, will he
kept in the Ilall.
Come One! Come Jill !
Committee & Managers:
W. II. STEPHEN'S,
Dec. 12, 1S72.W2.
Dissolution of Partnership
The THrtiiershin beretolVire known as the firm of
it J. HarbanEh;- has ibis day, December 2nd,
187i.lbeen dissolved by mutual agreement, and the
debts ofsui'i (inn, ussumd ly Jnje.s Itarbuujurli.
business hereafter will be curried on bv said
James ilarbaufe'h. CHARLES If AliRACGlT,
J. F. WHITING-,
Glossing, Marbling, Graining
Executed with Neatness and Disputclit'Va
OFFICE, IN .MINOR'S U0ILDING,
Opposite theOourt House.
STATE OF OHIO,
. AUDITOR OF fcU ATE'S OFFICE,
Ieparimcnt of Insurance,
,,r Coi.rsiitrs. January Jih, 1ST?.
ii Kit K a s, The PUiiKMX Insurance Com
pany, located at llartlortl, ,:i the Stnie of ( oniirc
t fen r, 1i:ih tiled in tills oilW-e i sworn aitatemt-iit,
the proper Ot:iccr- thereof, pltwwiii its condition
and business. vu has vu:niii(d, in all respet't",
w ith tin? hn-s of this Stale relating to Firs Insur
,,,,'v. 'i'l-cii i;. ef In pursuancf? of law, I, Jama
teruty, tliat wuid Companv is authorizFd to trans- !
act its appropriate bustn.-ss f i-ire li;urancu in
tlHSStalt ill Ar-ciirrl-ni.-M u-irli I ..n ..i.tii
day (,t January, A - X). l7y. The ondition Kiid
ixisiness of sjtid Company nt Hi dnte ot such
Statement (Dec. H, 1H7-J), is shown utf follows:
Amount of actual pitUl up Capital. - Sroo.on, 0
AirifrL'.-de amotiiit ofnvr.ilabic A.sst't'. - I ,iJ Ji
A reflate aiauutit of Liabilities', exci-nl
Ca;iltnlj i::eiuditi'j: i:e-iMsut;iH-e, 1.27G,fc2 71
Amount of Income for the pr;c-iidiii yexv
in casii. - 1,755,110 Hi
Amount of expenditures for the preced
ing year in cah, - - 2,076.573 C3
i-N Wii Ati-'S v iiii.itir.ur J. nave
hereunto Hubbcribcd my name, and
caused tfieiSeal of my Odice to be auix-
J seal X
"y-' eu lil uuy auu year niwve wniu-ii.
Dec. 12, 1S72. Auditor of tttate.
Notice of Dissolution.
KOTICK is hereby iven that tne partnership
liereltdViiu existiiigflietweeh ilie undersigned lu
ttie Km nit. u-.' and Undertaking business, in the
town of lu.ton, liio, in li.iy duv dissolved by mu
fnal consent. Mr. Janie-i Albert retiring from the
lirni. All delt due the finn must be p vhi io said
Cliunliill,and all liabilities of ibe firm will be set
tled by uim. CMn:CUiL,L fc ALULKT.
Katun. O. Dec. i
P. si. T tie undorsiKiied, on retiring from the
firm, won Id retp.rn tnauksto the ritlKeus of Treble
cOQnty for their lilt;ral support in the past, and
would ask That their oatrunaiie be continued to my
successor who will te found every way worthy of
public confidence and encourn'-ment.
Jls Mali flay 3. resents ,
Sent, Post-paid on receipt
of the marked price.
We ca rocommorul the following Vocal Collec
tion or ctioicv Piano Solids: "Siiinln Lights,'
Sacre-.l fcjoni;3: "(JoUk'u lJ;ives," Vols. I and. IT.,
"Hearth aiul Home," "Kiiealde -Echoes," "Sweet
Bound",' ami ' Priceless Gems." Price, $1.7& each
In boards; ?J in cloth; 2.51 in doth and ?;ilt.
Also, l tie following Instrumental Collections:
"Fairj Fiiii?er.s,"3ta(?ii Circle, '"Younj; Pianist,"
and "Pearl Drops" four esv collections '.Musical
Recreations," "Pleasant "Memories ''liolJun
Ciiimes," and Brillnnt Gems." for more advanc
ed players. Price oi cacti book, $1.5 lu tourds; g.
In clot-li: v..i in cloth and rilt.
Slrauss Waltzes (ask for Peters Edition) In 2
vols., .-J4 encli in boards; $5 in cloth. 2ovellos
Cheap Editiou of Pi:'-no-Forte Classics, consisting
of MetKte'ss.olni's complero works in 4 vols., fcvo
price l,r0 each; Folio Kdition.i,eiici; It-f-l liov en's
Sonatas. ?4; ilt-ethoven's Pii-ct-, $2;Ciiopin'DHHze3
Polonisc-s. Xoetunifs, Mazurkas, U all ads. and
Preiudns, price i each; Schubert s Ten Sonatas, ;t;
Scbuherfs Piano Pieces, 2; Moz:iris ftiiiatutt.
Weber's Complete Piano Pieces, $4; .Schuman's 43
Pieces : etc.. etc. In order in;r iheio, be sure to
ask for Novello's Kdition, They are all handsome
editions. S'ovcllos clioap v'ociil C'n4-i;tions,
JWLotner ooose, ana Kn;ery.er a .icreaxinjjs
&i!..in: Mp mlelssolin's To sontrs. beitntifnl I v boind
$7.U; Schuman's Voc:tl Album. t, 3.ooi:e Irish
Melodies, Tlio Edition, by KaltV, Guruiaii
Voikrilii'd.T APTim, eir.. etc.
Stainor-3 Ci'iriMmas Carols, now and od, il'us
trateu. Price. At. The Kanie wit iiuut lust rt uyvs
in 2 vols.. $i ea-'ii; complete, ffi.'O. I".o.r.s Musi
cal.Monthiv. price ".'i rents 'Moll, cv?rv number
containing :it least $4 worth or uiis;, lionnd vol
umes for iWJ4T Ih;, 1K71, ana 1S2. xr:ce 55 fw!i.
Address. J. I: I'FTEiW.
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derful medicines, is tlie power that tbey iosscss in
n-irifrin the turyld blood, and expelling corrupt
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h-Tfrscts, Jieros, aid ,Moii"n a-J u m s.
Possess' nc no a srru'n of ntin?ral in their combi
nation, they never expose tiimc who them to
any damrr, at any time or seain. No mother
neeo ncaiiTue prescrioe inein vo ner ciiniiren,
and the most delicate constitutions can u?e them
with us ,r'at a benefit as tiie most vigorous and
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TXo11ovay Plllsand Ointment are oliJ at 2.jc:s,
cents, and $1 p r box or pot. A great sa lng is
zntiue uy uu inj, mc liir i.ks.
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fjljitiit ml I mi
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This Ler:il En ternrise i s endorsed hv the hi chest
authority of tbe .Slate and be?t business men.
The limited nunthnr of Tickt-ts on br.nd will be
furnfshed those wlio apply first.
au frizes win De pinti in t'.ni. aoksts wa.vt
EP. For full particulars, address.
-I. M. PATTJEIS,
General Manager, Oniohi, Nebraska.
Nov. 21, 1873. 3f.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Cincin. Eaton & Richmond R.
Passenger Trains will ran on this Bead. leaving
tho several Stetions as follows :
lakes Effect Sunday, December,!,
1872, at 3,00 1 31.
Upward Trains. Downward Train..
Mail Traix leaves
-Mail Tit a in leave.
1.& V. Junction. ..f.,3.".
New IIo;ie 6.5S
ColliiKvlile 7. l'i
Seven Jlile 7.M
Seven Mile . a.37
ltarnet's 10. 1U
New Hope 10.10
Wcstvtlle .. .10.51
r.& W. .Inncliou . .11.01
Arr. at lilcluuoiid ..11.15
Chicago Eipii's p.m.
iMucfuimti . S.o'
Seven Mile 9.21
B;rnetrs !).:.. j
Eaton in. in
New Hope -10.S3
D. W. Junction 1.1!
Arr. at Cincinnati . V.i
;niCAno tXPlt'S. A.M.
H..SW. Junction ... 5.4S
v.-i stv!I!e 5.52
Floret! ce O.fni
evv Hotte C.2:
Kilt on 0.30
Camden 6. it
Seven Mile 6.56
p. m a. jr.
Hichmond 7 4tiRichmond,. 0 Ott
t W. Junction, 7 :ail' .fc W. Junction a 08
Westvlllp 7 oaWcstvllle fl 25
Florence 6 .vtFloretice 9 7
New Hope i3New Hope 9 .10
Katon . S OBEatou -.10 31
B:irnet"s 5 3:iRarnet,6 05
'amtlen 5 iHf'amden 11 20
Sonierville, 5 OlSonierviilo 11 AZ
!oilinsvllle 4 Ktiroilinsviiift Ii 03
Seven Mile i KiSeven Mile 12 20
Jlainilton 4 tMII;uiiilton lj
n. McI.Rli., Suui.
L.WIII.1AMAS Ass't SuW.
I" arm for Sale,
The uudersirned offers his Farm at orivate sale.
Situated in Hnvrlson township, 1'reble count.Ohio
ii bout H mlleAVfst ot liuohemia, on the Na
tional Road, containing
which eleven are timber. The buildings consist
DW1XING HOrSE & GOOD BAHX,
other out-btiHdings. A never falling Spring
Water runs through the Farm, and an abund
ance of Choice fruit upon it. Title perfect.
TKKMS, ISA si . Apply to iue iipacrsignna on
itremisOH. or address him at Ktiplicmia, Preble
County. Ohio. JFKKDEKICK TltlCK.
AOV. 7. ll72.2m8.W.
Jacob Studebakers Estate.
!N'oriee is herebv tiven. tlial the umlersiirned was
davrtnlv ai'i'tointed and otiuliiicd administra
tor or tite Ks'.ate of Jacob studebuker, late of Pre
ble couiity, Olilo, deceased.
Foob Fish KB, Att'y.
Dec. 13, 1S7S-WS.
Is u tiiive-sprtT . . -n. il i.itojuiL'.i i'i
general purposes, wht-iva HjJ. -Teuton
is required. It ji;tkc-s? a v "yy: 1 .;
Is suitaWu for both fariaem; I 'Jeets
and excels as a C'Vw
Beiiiir lighter than . or. V 'ucijfA-ii $
and is made of the oerUU
All the principal carriage makers keep
them. Send for descriptive catalogue to
' S. XT. 2P.0V72T, Dayton, 0. .
Boner & Mler,
HAVE JUST OPISXED A yCi.IT AND WELI
Selected Stocl: of
Carpenters Tools, &c.
vv hich tliey have purchased
Directly from the Manufacturers
unci now offer
Special Inducements !
in that lino..
Csf" Thoy have also added largely to
their st'.fk of
Qae.cn s w frc I!
AnA wlaim t- have- the largest and b?rt
suiijily ever kept in one hutise in Eaton,
and iuvU-e tiie iiadhi. public to
CS-ive them a .Gall !
before purviia&ing elsewhere.
BPNElt & MYLEK.
May 0, 1372 tf.
1 es EMyiii3
. B iron Street, J'.at.oti. Ohio,
Keeps constenl yon Iinnd s full Stork ofa'l kind.
oi iiiu.t aita iuakca lo oraer every
Up w rrantsall bis worSc to he Just nvhat he re
commends It. an-I S'-'Usaa nnr as any shop In town.
frSr-Ha:miriiy dot e on short notice, and cuatotr.
mjvle work of erery description, oJwaj's on haatl
for saie ciiAp.
April !.. yrl.
tfc..ILIIlff 5 v...
ITftncy ordon, " PreWe Common llea
asai!i Petition for Divorce and
SyU-fimis (iordon. ) Alimony.
The defendant, Syl mi flordon in hereby noti
fied, thai on tut J.:rd day xfOrtober, l72. tii above
n a Died nJitintitr. Nancy irordon, h!od ler petition
In the Court ot Ciranion Pleas of pretiie County,
Ohio. Against bin, wliei-ptn the plaintiff" sets forth
her inarriaH ith defendant on or about the a7tii
day of Arcust, lo!.7, Tr.e birth of two children,
both of wlmin are now living with r-t""-ntiff. and
charging s-iid diin(ient with wiiful absence from
piafnttti for mon: ;li:m th'-ee yeis, last past. And
praying f.r a divorce, fur tlie custo.Jy of sr.id rhil
dren.nai! f-?r -csoiitiSle Aliinonv on the ?rnnd of
said oh-ieurp. And the defendant is further . noti
fied that said cauHewill stnnd for hearing at the
.Noveiiitsr tcrui of said Court, A . I. IS72.
-. FOOS FISHER,
Attorneys for IViiiiouer,
TO. B. Mot now. Clerk.
"Nov. 31, 137!-w7.prf.
J. D. MILLER.
EAST MAIN STREET,
Eaton, Preble County, O.
ll.)V. I ! 'T!-tr.
FOR." ALS. or sale at a bar
tltsirabio sirable resilience on Cher
ry streetEatosi, O. Also, a valuable
au ai-re true, oi i:u?u m Uison tovvnsiiip,
Preble ii.uiily, (X rorfnrilier infor
mati , ui.Mre.ti, Cunt. "VV. II. Louarh.
bolJims Home. Inynn, O., or eall upon
a. u. iiAKias. iuaton.O.
! PARK ROW I
cW E W YO RKK
, BV MAIL. aB CENTS .
AND RETAIL DEALER
fT Tfifrfaoat nrt.'p in .! rr ir.rt ntyf r.. Air
Eaton, Xov. SI, 1872-6mos.
AGotxl Dwelling House and bnsl
hcss room in the centre of West Al
exandria. Term3 moderate. For par
ticulars address, or apply to
"Vest Alexandria, O.
July 18, 1872 tf.
"Have Kew Bece d
,.A VJttY tUSE stock: ot- -. ;
LTes- - s '
iCall and See 'Them
Ot!t. 10 ' I
TSgvot Drug Store.
D0N0H0E & CO,,"
Purifying the 'System!
Of all Diticnsei Caused by Impurtf B!oodrf
feore Eyes, Ti-tter, .
Soalil Head, Salt Elu-ani,
Old Sort-, : BMf,
and C'Br;ir- fi.
CLEARS THK Cf'MP.KXION OF
Pimoles & Blotches.
Hemcyes Mercurial Poisons!
-tOXO STANDI.Nti IHSEA5E3 OK THE
Liver and Dispepsia !
It !.t the only km.wn ltein iy for - Remor!;i
SY FI 1 LA i I
and the "Diseases tr 4-rtC.AiW Ontirfly iitmi tUtH9
Price $1 50 ;vr lit We.
T f J. DOKOHOE c GO,
JulrSs, lS7a-i:ni. i-utuu. O.
Jilbert & Krugg's
BOOT T. SHOE
Ffi.PEf!T A Kurt) wottM fesreetfiiVv
announce r. ttiecitietin ftf Enton. nnl
Htirroutuihi ctmttlrv, ihtit ht hn Just
!,eue;l a FIRST CLASS
Boot & Shoe; Store
SJ In MichnM FUbrrt' "New Hnild
!n. Ccrrer of Msi'n & Chcrrv srreein.
All my Work War
tnr-ire entir4 s:tt.r:i-Hi.n.
KIT Cu-itom M-nrk tr.acle to rtler.
S;y mott.v is; 'arto.1 st-jek."' "Oood
W'oiii." Small l'rofits" i:i:d "Ciiilck
BEilcs.' P!ra:-.e calland Sf..
Fir.cKr.T fe K uvea.
. Auj. S3, 1375- yr. 1. ,
fV.K f'aPrs?. S(i9S i"er -rrrt irX --. ir.
Office, Filheit's cm Ihiihliiu,
EATON, OHIO. ,
a speciality. . T
Auguat 22, 1972-yrl.
JOUT -ACAlirBELJ .....Ia. A.Gltll..tiB
Campbell & Gilmoro,
CSucc&3org to Citlm.ivo A Omi-tieJ.)
JS TTOISVIi I VV 1 T n
Lend Government Claim
i: A TO IT, OHIO.
gPOiEce at theold tnd on Barron Street.
F. & F. IW. MARSH,
Attorneys & Counselors Law
Eaton, Preble Co., O.
ALL business, such as Settling Es
tates, Collecting Claims, preparing
Legal Instruments Deeds, Mortgage
Articles of Agreements, dc. &c, promt; i
ly attended to. ' .Feb. 1,'72-yr
BOTY HOUSE. '
MORRIS DOTY, Prcp'p.
Main St, Ode FellowsBlock,
Stabling for 100 Horses. Livery at
all hours. Frei Omiu'lma'fn nnrl V
all I raius, by S. It. Sample.
Jan. 4, yl.
BOUSE & SIGN PITERS,
ffBAXNEBS AUD OLAIZEBS,
Donalioe's Buildin, up stairs,
Main Street, Laton, Ohio.
Mixed I'alnts, Oils, Putty. Glain. 4c in auantltia
,. ?""'' Pur'--laei-9, lor aalfc clbeap.
Horses kept by the day or week.
j. b. zixn & era.
Main Street, opposite the Dty Sm, Eaton. y.
Sept. 11. ls7g--i.
Wholesale and Retail-beater In :
Fresh, Spiced, and Cove Oysters,
Foreign Domes I ic Fru Its, Fru i I s, Nti ts Berries. A
No. AO E. Tlifrd Street, (OKI No. SDt 1
OPP. BCK2iX. liOrSK. BAYTOK O
fOct. SI. 1S7S.J
ALL KINDS OF JOB VVOIiT
NEATLY AND PROMPTLY
EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE,