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EATON WEEKLY DEM QCRAT.
Jan. 2, 1873.
It "was impossible foru3 to insert
the coiumunifcatio'ii of our friend
'"Mack" of Camden. We are sorry,
but it could not be helped on account
of the crowded state of our columns.
The Dlinquent List.
The Delinquent Laud sale list ap
pears in the Democrat this- week of
ficially. 'the first time such a thiiis
ever occurred before in this connty.
It proves, however, that we have
cotiuty officials at present who show
th'e-good sense of not allowing party
bigotry To "'deprive all interested par
ties from knowing' whether their pro
perty is about to be sacrificed or not.
That is as it 6botnd be.
The New Year.
Another year is added to the cycle
of time. The old with the good deeds
"titid evil we have wrought, are writ-
teu in the archives of .the great nn
known. ' Another page in the book of
time is sealed, 'till time shall be no
more, and we pass from the threshold
of the old to greet with smiling face,
the infant nursling of '73. To all our
friends and patrons we make our low
est bow and send 'our New Year's
greeting, with many thanks for their
kindness in the past, and shall strive
to be even more deserving1 of their
support and patronage in the futurei
Court—The end of the Myer's Murder
NVe noticed iu our last paper, that
Daniel McGlynu's second trial had
resulted in a verdict of "guilty of
manslaughter," and that a motion for
a new trial had been filed by defend
ants Counsel. The motion was ar
gned . on Friday last before Judge
Oil. moke, 'Messrsi Morey, Foos and
Kuml-er. appearing for the State, and
Jiessfrs. Millikcn. and Campbell and
Giftnore for defendant. The motion
Was overruled by the Court, and it is
unnecessary to refer now, to "the mis
conduct charged against the Jurors
named in the motion. By an arrange
'ment between Counsel, all error was
waived by defendant, and the State
consented that the sentence should
not exceed fifteen months iu the Peni
tentiary, which sentence was then
passed tipon. the defendant, who pro
tested his innocence to the last. Jas.
McGchan then, mid cr a similar ar
rangement plead guilty to manslaugh
ter, and in view of the fact of his thus
entering his plea, his sentence was
fixed at one year. Both defendants
were' deeply affected, but, though
"claiming to be innocent they regarded
the course taken as best for them, ow
ing to the feeling existing against the
parties iu whoso company they were
found. There are many who believe
they were not guilty as charged, and
theso "boys hav4 during their stay in
Eaton, made many warm friends by
their uniformly good conduct.' - They
.will be taken to Columbus sometime
'this week by Sheriff Bostick.
Thus ends a series of trials that
haVe been the topic of conversation
in Butler, Preble, "Warren and Mont
gomery counties, for the past two
years. - Thomas McGehan, Jackson
Garver and Ich Sheeley, go acquited,
while Dan. ITcGlynn and James Mc
txeliah, who if guilty at all, are universally-
Regarded as the least : so of
the party, are to bear the punishment,
flo the world goes.
"Wm. Christman indicted for carry
ing concealed Weapons and petit lar
cey, was fined $1 and costs of prose
cution on each indictment and sen
tenced to fifteen days imprisonment
in county jail for each offense. :
Abraham "Webb indicted for. petit
ceny was fined $ I and costs of pros
ecution, and sentenced fifteen days to
county jaif. iThese being both young
men and their first offence; the Judge
informed them that he would be len
ient with them, hoping they would do
tetter in the future.
This term of Court has closed.
K. Reynolds is now offering his Stoves
iqd Tiit-ware at the very lowest figures.
Christmas in Eaton.
Christmas in Eaton passed off very
quietly except the firing of crackers
and the cheerful shouts of Young
America. On Christmas eve the Sab
bath Schools of the several Churches
gave entertainments for. the children,
and as far as. we could learn passed off"
pleasantly and agreeable. -.
The Germans had a .Christmas-tree"
at" Minor's Hall handsomely decorat
ed, which was visited by a large num
ber qf our citizens during the day and
evening. " v - - -
Dr. Stephens entertained his friends
from a ' bowl of most excellent egg
nogg, &c, such as wonld have made
any man lay aside his temperance pro
clivities to indulge in the luxury
May he live many Christmases to see
his friends thusly.
THE DOTY HOUSE
Gave a Christmas-dinner, whereabout
'sixty-five invited guests partook from
he luxurious and bountifully supplied
table of roast Turkey, Oysters, and all
the "fixins" that could possibly be
prepared by a first-class Cook. Mpr
ris Dby4cnows how to keep Hotel,
and to:caterfor the appetites of those
who dine at his" tables. .. : .
"Wealthy Christians,- there would be
rio harm done this wintry weather if
yon were to poke about yon'r poorer
neighbor's coal and wood piles, and
see that they are in a healthy condi
Death Record of Eaton and Vicinity
According to custom Judge Cham
bers furnishes us this, week witl
list of those who died in Eaton and
vicinity during the vcar 1872. There
is an increase over that of '71.
Iu looking over this sad and mourn
four list, how many names appear
that are familiar and dear to many of
ns? Life is but a gulf of troubled
water, where the soul is toss'd upon
the waves of pain and pleasure, and a
few more years and we shall all be
gathered over yonder, to meet the
loved ones gone before gone to es
cape the snares and thorns that border
the rugged shores of mortality.
"Our lives are rivers, gliding free,
To that unfathom'd, boundless sea,
The si'ent grave!
'Thither all earthly ponip and boast
Koll, to be swallow'd up and lost
In one dark wave !
Date Name , Age.
Jan. 5. Mary Biner, 8?v. 8m. 21d
" 5 Clinta Griff's,
" 18 Hiram Shank,
60 4 6
44 9 17
" 31 Sarah Holderman, 24
Feb. II Frank S. Dix. O0
" 17 Wm.. A. Duggins, 77
"25 Joseph S. Nation, 28
Mar. 2 Eddie T. Mathewf, 1
" 16 Edly Minor, 10
"19 Susan D. Miller," 59
" 30 Margaret Mehafley,49
AprL 7 Mary Klaine, 40
7 Sarah V. Foutz, 28
" 13 Adeline Schadeler, 18
f 15 John N. Hunter, 55
16 Line Kline, 16
"19 Max Sturm,
" 28 Daniel Stetler,
May"2 Jacob B. Morris,
" 13 Catharine' Harris,
70 1 11
G3 8 7
39 5 18
70 9 I
June 8 Wm. Morey,
" 26 Lvdia Monosmith, 28 3 11
" 27 Mary F. Snodgrass.84
July 18 Jacob Dillraan, 70
" 21 Chester B. Straw,
23 Lizzie Chambers, 23
6 22 Kichard Coltoi-; . 55
Aug. 5 Samuel Campbell, 76
' 14 Joshua Briugman, 16
"21 Christian Cline,
S"ept 7 Anna Widenour,
" 9 Joana Goldsmith,
11 Sallie Hubbell,
" 23 Wm. TJ. Bristow,
Oct 11 Jno. W. DeGroot,
li Wm. T. Hubbell,
" 21 Abraham Miller,
" 5 Minerva Hubbard,
,k 26 Benjamin Harris,
" 30 Adaline Dooley,
85 11 6
59 3 15
95 2 13
44 5 26
4 9 7
45 8 16
70 10 27
63 4 . 15
75 5 : 2
30 2 25
50 11 3
fit 9 9
28 9 7
" 18 V. B. Snyder,
V22 R. Edwin Noe,
Dec. 2 Elizabeth Gardnc
" 6 Felix Marsh,
-" 15 Mary Clawson,
" 19 Wm. B. Bunting,
"" 19 Miles Minges,
a 19 Eve M. Smith,.
" 22 John Mnggiven,
" 23 Jane Fleming,
" 24 Levi Allen,
. " 26 Henry Baruhart,
- In the above list of 55 the ago of the
youngest was 20 days, and the oldest
95 years ; 4 were members of the Pres
byterian Church, 3 Methodist, 2 Uni
verealists, 1 United Brethren, 1 Cath
olic, 1 Dunkard ; 2 were Masons.
If vou want an v thing in the Tin-ware
go to K. Reynolds, he is selling at the
lowest cash prices.
This month is nanied from the Ro
man deity Janus, who was supposed
to preside over doors. He was rep
resented with two faces, one of which
looked back, over the old year, the
other forward to the new'. JIls tem
ple at Rome was closed only in time
of peace, and it is related that its doors
were shut but once during the exist
ence of the republic, at the end of the
first Punic War. B. C. 241. The wor
ship of Janus is said to have been in
troduced into lionle by Romulous,
and on the first day of every year
sacrifices of cakes, barley, incense, and
wine were offered in his honor' on
twelve ailars. The Roman year orig
inally commenced in March ; at first
it had but ten mouths, until Numa
Pompilins, who died 672 B. C, added
January and February. It is usually
the coldest month' in the year, hence
the saying, .,
. As the-dnr lengthens,.
So the cold strengthens.
A warm Jauuarv is regarded bv
the farmer with anything but satisfac
tion, which probably gave rise to the
following characteristic adage :
When frrass grows In Janlveer
. It grows the -worse for all the j ear.
R. ..Reynolds" .is about to reduce his
stock before Spring, and those wishing
anything In' his line, will find it to their
advantage to give him a call.
A few of tha American people of
African descent, for some fun or a
frolic each seemed intent. So 'twas
firmly decided without any nays, the
spree should be during the Holidays.'
And not noting the weather, it must
be such a night, to which Doc. assent
ed, and called it all right. So the day
came and went, and night lowered
o'er the scene, where numberless
snowballs tip toeing were seen. There
was Dinah with blue draped 'round
her sylph form with a bright crimson
scarf that took Sambo by storm. And
Pete, whom the gals pronounced just
de ting, for de nice way he cut de
pigeon wing. Ivories glistened and
ebony shone in the height of its glory
in manner and tone ; and smiles play
ed in peace, joy, and contentment, on
the face of each new fifteenth amend
ment, until the late .wee hours of
morn, when all settled down from the"
effects of the last horn !
A yonng man by the name of Tnos.
Bd'bke, whd had been working on the
farm of the widow Harris, concluded
he would take a ride on Sunday eve-
ninglast, and for this purpose selected
one of the widow's best animals. He
was overhauled about 5 miles east of
Eaton, ta&en before Esq. Kline and
bound over for the sum "of $300 for
horse stealing. The Sheriff is board
ing him now.
The Voice of the Jasack Again.
The ani-MULE of the "Tumble-bug"
journal the good Isaac the man wl.o
modestly undertook to charged the
Agricultural Society the nominal sum
of $3 Tor his brilliant locals and 12o
per cent for work he didn't do the
honorable, high-minded Isaac hav
ing partially Vif-overcd from his late
attack of epizootic, opens on the tem
perance question in his last milky
concern, and of course, like the sow
to her wallow, he must personally
abase somebody. ' Our mode of living
don't suit this lecherous nnd hypocrit
ical dog, who preaches temperance
nine months in the year and then sup
ports the other three a confirmed sot
for office, in order to prove his con
sistency who lives and moves upon
the principle that you can lie, cheat
and do other "little things" six days
in the week, and then by attending
Church or class.-meeting on the Sab
bath atone for all this conduct. A
nice specimen to lecture others on
temperance and morality! When it.
is popular for the hypocritical Turn
ble-bug sditor to go against liquor
sellers he does so when he thinks it
is not, he docs not. He carries his
religion, his politics and his temper
ance in his breeches pocket, and his
brains in the seat of - them, to be used
at convenience. He is a carpet-bag
ger he came to this place wearing
the outward garb of the Quaker, he
possessed just about common sensp
enough to discover that the populfii
Church was the M. E he dropped the
drab and went into this denomination.
He is no credit to it, for he is such a
flagrant hypocrite that he injures any
cause he espouses. Had he settled in
Butler county ho would have been a
Democrat, and whatever religion had
the ascendency that is the ne the
pliant Isaac would have adapted him
self to. "Without honor without
principle without consistency, with
out decency or propriety and a cring-
ng sycophant without brains, we are
astonished that Tizzard and Albright
invc not taken the advice of the Rad
ical Central Committee and kicked the
:dead beat'out of the position as ed
itor of formerly the Radical organ of
the county, butnpw "Tumble-bng"
journal and Sunday School scab.
The Time to Help Us.
We ask those who are our well-
wishers to do what they can in assist
ing to increase our circulation. The
season of subscribing for papers is
now at hand. Ask those of your
neighbors aud acquaintances whom
you meet, and who are not now read
ers of the Democrat to become sub
scribers and readers. Your good
words in our behalf will be of value
A fine lot of Sugar Kettles juat receiv
ed and for sale very cheap at the Tin
store of R. Reynolds.
Dedicated to Good Isaac "Tumble T.
There Ts a man In our town,
-.-ynd Id.tac is his name;
He came from way down East
And he'd durn sight better staid there.
He started here as pedagogue. . ."
Bnt soon he fizzled out; '
For the boys were filled with Jealousy
liecuuse be deviled the big girls so and'tnafa
what's the matter."
To superintend t lie graded school
Was his next vain attempt.
He bucceeded nbout. os well in this.
As an Epizootic Mule..
Havlnff failed, he next took up
The editorial quill.
And becunie the editor-ln-chlef,
Of the Tumble-bug Journal, and 8-S.Advocu te
This Isiae which we speak about,
Js a doleful looking cuss;
He's hunched-hacked, and spindle-shanked.
Aud his nose resembles the eow-catcher on a
- He's built sordethln? like a timbcr-Jolce;
With a head devoid of brains:
And when he gets that plug hat on, '
He looks like a sausage stutter, big end up.
But Isaac, dear, well soon bo called
To hi 1 a last farewell
For when the Central Committee kicks you out
You, will have to go to kingdom come.
Here lies a little dirty hall:
Jlenenth the sod before ye:
The Tumbte-bngs have rolled it here,
And they'll roil it on to glory S
Prices of everything reduced at the
Tin and Stove store of R. Reynolds.
OUR BOOK TABLE.
Do yon wish to make a present during the holi
days f If so, there is nothing more suitable than
Music, and nothing In the Music line that can
equal "Peters Musical Monthly." A subscription
to this valuable Magazine will give your lady
friend all the New Music she can desire. Its ar
rival will be hailed with delight, from month to
mouth, and need we add that the giver will bo re
membered with each pleasure that the fair musi
cian culls from tiie hundred and odd charming
pieces that a subscription will place before her.
t he .January number, price 30 cents. Is oeiore us
and contains the following pieces. They are also'
published in sheet form at the prices annexed: ,
I)o not turn me from your door, Song and Chorus
Hays, 40ots. Beoollectious of Childhood, Baritone
Song, Danks, aicts. Farewell. Darling, 'till we
mur Annir n ml f'h.. RoSewilT. 29CtS. C'lOSO the
Shutters, W'lllios' Dead, 8ong and Ch., Stewart, 30c.
Lord, my tod. tsop. ana ai. oio auu viunnt?i,
Danks. ailcts. There is but one Imperial City,
Fmir Hands. Stntuss. 3jcts. Betisario, Kiukel, Sne,
Silyer Spray, Caprice Mazurka, Kinkel, 40cts.
Jleur aes uunmps, vtuw aiuuic, a unci, km.ia.
It will be seen frm the above that the publish
er gives ?3.20 worth of Music for 30 cents, or, in oth
er words, about $10 worth of Mnsic to every yearly
subscriber. It is published by J. L. Peters, 693
Broadway, New-York. Price, 3 per year; two
copies for $5; four copies for a. Bound coptes for
1873, price, ?5.
If you wish to have a splendid Monthly a Maga
zine that combines within itself the excellence and
beauty and practical ntility of numerous others of
the best class see the January number or uemor
est's Illustrated Monthly, which has been greatly
enlarged. Portrait of Emily Talthfull, new music
and other splendid attractions, and also offers the
most extraordinary premium to each subscriber,
being two beautiful Chrouios, Companion Pictures,
Niagara Palls and Yoscmite t ails, all for only :
Address, W. Jemilngs Demorest, 838 Broadway
N. Y. mmn m
Among the attractions of the January number of
Demorest's Young America are "Flags for the
Christmas Tree," a puzzle portrait picture, a cut
paper pattern for dolly's evening dress, in an en
velope, magic transformation picture, elegantly
colored, and many other pretty things; besides the
stories, puzzles, and including the regular depart
ments. . year subscription to Young America is the
bestu possibl fu,yment for intelligent son or
trigl .t little daughter; for a. Holiday or birthday
present try it. Yearly, only- Vice. Jol r. Ad
dress V, Jennings Demorest, 838 Broadway, NV Y.
All . persons knowing- themselves
indebted to me by book account or
otherwise, are requested to come and
make immediate settlement, as I am
determined to square up with the old
Proceedings of the County Teachers
The Teachers Association of Treble
county held a two days t-essiou at Lew
isburg, Dec. 2(ith nnd 27th. There weie
piestuit thirty Teaclicr.,itiaiiy citizens of
r.ewisburg and vicinity, who took a
li vely interest in the proceedings, prof.
Harvey, State School Commissioner, and
Prof. Curran, of Sandusky, were pres
ent as instructors, l'rof. Harvey's lec
tures on nU'thoil.s of teaching Grammar
and Prof. Cumin's on Heailintr, were
listened to with especial interest and
profit. On tr.e evening of the 20th, Prof.
Harvey leetnred to quite a large audi
ence on "The wants syid ueeds.of the
Ohio School System." ' Ou the evening
of the 27th, Prof. Curran gave an enter
tainment in humorous and sentimental
reading, which elicited much applause.
At the close of the session the following
series of resolutions . offered were and
unanimously adopted :
Resolved, That we, as Teachers, feel
that we have been greatly benefited by
the instruction received at'this Institute,
and will go forth to our respected fields
of labor with renewed zeal and energy
to accomplish the inixortaut work en
trusted to our care.
Resolved, That we tender our heart
felt thanks to Prof. Harvey and Curran
for their excellent instructions and ser
vices rendered us during the Institute.
Resolved, That we regret the absence
of two of the Board of School Exami
ners, aud also a large number of the
Teachers of the county, and that in our
opinion every Teacher of Preble county
should be present at our Institute and
Resolved, That we think the Ohio
Educational Monthly to be the . best
journal 6 the kind published, and that
we recommend us support Dy every
Teacher in the county.
Resolved. That we cordially thank
the citizens of Lcwisburg and vicinity j
lor their kindness aud Hospitality in en
tertaining the Teachers of the Institute
in such an agreeable, manner. Also that
our thanks are due the proprietor of the
Lewisburg and Sonora Coach Line for
his kindness in carrying Teachers to
and from Sonora Station. And further,
that we also thank the authorities of the
United Brethren Church for the use of
their neat and capacious Churqh. ...
Jtesoivea nac a synopsis ui tuc proceeu-
insrs ot this association together with
these resolutions entire he published in
the County papers. Also that a short
synopsis of the proceedings be furnished
the "Ohio Educational Monthly."
L. D. DILLMAN,
A. J. SURFACE.
The following additional resolutions
were also adopted :
Resolved, By the l'r.elI3 Counts-
Teachers Association in -.-..-ion assem
bled, that we urge upon the legislature
of our State the necessity of the passage
of the bill known as the bill to codify
the school laws, and that we especially
ask the retention of the article establish
ing the township system.
Resolved, That we recommend that
the State Board of examiners be author
ized by the legislature to divide the
State into districts, appointinting exam
iners to examine teachers presenting
themselves before such ;'Board, and to
grant certificates for a period of not less
than live years, to- be valid in the State,
and to be renewed at the option of the
Board, such examinations to be under
the direction of the State Board.
T. A. POLLOCK, Pres.
C. W. BLOOM, Sec'y.
Positively the Last Call.
Notice is hereby given to all who are
indebted to the undersigned either ty
note or on book account, that a general
settlement iuut be made, on or before
the close of the ensuing holidays. Let
this notice be borne in mind by every
one who is in terested in squaring his
account as this is the last call that may
In Lewisburg, on the 15th of Dec,
by Rev.- G. Baughman, Mr. Skigke
Schumacher, to Miss Mahgaket
GRAsnop, all of this county.
At the residence of his father, in
Lanier township, Preble county, on
the 2(5th of Dec. 1872, of hemorrhage
of the lung, Henry, son of John and
Susan Barnhart, aged 28 j-ears, 9
months and 7 days. The early death
of this noble young man, causes great
sadness iu the family circle, as well ns
in the community where he lived, to
be loved and esteemed for his many,
virtues. His numerous friends and
companions should emulate his noble
..Is I Mali dut j Presents,
Sent, Post-paid on receipt
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We con recommend tlie ftillowlnR Voeal Collec
tion of choice 1'iiiuo Sons: "Shining Lights,"
fSacred Sours: "Golilen Leaves," Vols. 1 uiirt II.,
'Hearth nntl Home," "Fireside Echoes," "Sweet
Kounds" mid "Priceless C-ieius." l'rice, Sl.7o each
lu hoards: J In cloth; fz.:0 Iu cloth mid silt.
Also, the following Instrumental Collections:
"Fairy Finders. "" Slavic Circle. '-Young Vhmist,"
nnd "i'e.irl Drops" (our easy collections "Musical
Recreations," "l'leaant Memori s," Oolden
Chimes," and 'Brillant Gems." for more advanc
ed plavers. Price of each book, $1.73 in u-jardb; $j
in cloth; f2.50 in cloth and irilt. ..." .
Strauss Waltzes ask for Peters' Edition) in i
vols., HI each in boards; T in clollu XuvpIIo'b
CM"ip Kdltion of Piano-Forte Classics, consisting
of Mendelssohn's complete works in 4 vo!s., Svo..
price il,5U each; Folio Kditioli.S.i,each; Hetnnoven's
Sonatas, ii; Beethoven's Pieces, $2;Cliopin'v allies
Poion.-iises, Xocturnes, Mazurkas, llallads, and
("ciudes, price i?i each; -Schultert's Ten Sonatas, l;
S lmberfs Piano Pieces, ; Mozart 's.SonjlaB. f-l,
Weber's Complete Piano Piece?, WVKTVnirr an's J3
Pieces etc., etc. In ordering fiesc-. be iure to
a?k tor Novello's Edition, They are .all handsome
editions. IJoveilo's cheap Vocal Collections,
Mother tioosc nnd ?;; Uandciter' SticredSoiies,
.:(: Mendelssohn's 7 soncrs. .beautifully boi'lid,
j37.no: f-tchuruairs Vocal Album. Moore's lirish
Melodies, Folio KM it Ion, by.J'jalfe, ?5; Herman
Volkslieder Albmrt, $2, etc., etc.
Stainer's Christmas Carols, new-nnd old, illus
trated. Price, M. The s-iine without illustrations,
in 2 vols., dl ea-h; complete, $1..M). Peters' Musi
cal Monthly, price so cents each, everv number
containing at least S4 worth of music. Bound vol
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We Want !
Agi:xts in 'ev
ery town. So
capital required. Business honorable.
Agents can make from $60 to $150 per
month. Send stamp for particulars, to
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Dec. 19, 1872.
Turnpike Election- ;
An Election for Five Directors of th e
Uavton, Western Turnpike- Company,
will be held at -Johnson's Tavern in
West Alexandria, Preble Co., O., on the
second llondav, (13th) of January 1873
A, DUjN'LAPj Pres't.
Dec. 23, 1872.-W3.
Go to Eidson &
Bro's for Groceries
JiV THE T1SJE&SUJRER
For the yenr 1871, together with
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Show James. .
Welsli Jas. B
Zeuk L. H .
" Munforts n 1-
IJfeliiiqubliciasosi Maple Si. ImpoG22SssLt
Morrow D. M. .
N 1-2 of
TJpham J. S. fc Z
I And TTotice is hereby given that
Lota or parts ot JLot3 or so much tl ereot as win De noceasuij iu Va
tWF.-5tes and Penaltv chara-ed thereon, will be sold W the Coun
ty Treasurer, at tfc? Court House, in said County, on tho Third Tues
day of Janoarv, ur.Iees s'aM Taxes and Penalty bs pa:J before that
tirnn. and thn "sale will be eont.in ired from duv to day until the said
several Tracts, Lots, and parts of lots eh'all have been sold or offer
ed for Bale.
W. J. BARNHISEH- And.
Eaton, Jan. 2, 1872 w2.
OF JPJiEBJLE CQUJYTJf
the. Taxes and Penalty charged
I I Delin.of"71, 1 Total Tax of
Acres Value. . with Kev. I 1872. with
j D. C. I Del. D. O.
18 50 2 220 12 50 - 94 72
61 !H S U0 1 07 22 41
158 85 81 1 . 39
55 t 270 10 14 28 75
17 6U0 6 89 11 81
10 4 4W 20 2S 50 38
lli() 241) 27 45 ltxl 83
SI 93 430 1 S7 0 Vi
377 90 4S 1 38
26 50 - 820 4 38 12 51
27 81 . 1 0S0 S 70 Is 28
Kl ' 1IH Iff VI 43 27
8 2 110 11 16 . 31 83
43 29 2 0(0 8 8J 25 55
2 370 68 4 CI
20 470 1 81 . 5 28
SO 2 OfiO . 8 80 25 80
2 -150 65 2 63
211 660 12 15 20 99
2 270 3 46 b 0t
- 145 270 1 64 4- 07
25 '50 lit I 08
25 450 4 16 8 43
50 120 2 85 . 4
109 3 r.O 31 47 6i 2A
t J 2 22 4 S
i 640 6 !1 13. XI
10 3 SO 10 . 94
25 HO 13 58
ia (wo . ia res
0 50 28 8S
of tot t Lots. Value. Del. of "71." Total Taxes.
Out Lot, 12
8 p Sft 1S7
2S8 wp 2H'J
tho whole of paid several Tracts,
New Z$2Ug Sf OffG.
Ji D0H0H0i& CO,,
s'v. " 4 Ik'
y EGETABLE TRUP!
Purifying the 'System!
Of all lMsenses Caused by Impure Blood,
ITDT 1IZm F'OH.BIS!
tiore Eyes, Tetter,
Scald Head, Salt Rheum,
Old Sore?, Boile,
CLEAF.S THE COMPLEXION OF
Pimotes & Blotches.
Removes Mercurial Poisons!
IANO STANDING DISEASES OF THE
Liver and Dispepsia!
It is tlie only known Remedy for Removing
SYPHILA S !
nnd the Diseases It entails entirely from the Sys
tem. Price .Sl.50 per Bottle.
T - 0. tf. DONOHOE & CO. ,
July 2... 1S72-imi. Kama. 6
Have Now Received I
FROM NEW YORK !
A VJSKY LAUGE STOCK OF - !
FALL & WINTER
Call and See Them. H
ilbert & Kmgg's
BOOT & SHOE
Filbkht AKncfJ would respectfully
nmiounee to the citizens of Katon, and
Bttrroundiiie countrv, that he nas Ju&t
opened a 1RST CLASS
Boot k Shoe Store
BtSIn Michael Filbert's New BnlM
inTCornp r of JVInln A Cherry Streets,
All My Work War
ranted!! tojrive entire satlsluction.
Custom work made to order.
Mr motto la: -Oood Stock," ' Good
Work." ' Small Profits" and "Quick
Sales.'1 1'leose call and see.
Filbert & Krtjgg. '
Aug. 29, 1872-yr. L
Office, Filbert's iew Building,
Operative Dentistry !!
a speciality. '
Angnst 22, 1872-yrl. ! :
joux -aCampbki.i,... jas. a. Oilmobk
, Campbell & Gilmore,
(Successors to Ollroore 4 Campbell,)
,f TTORIYE S JIT i J1TW
NOT ABIE'S PUBLIC.
Land " Government Claim
f Office at the old stand on Uarron Street. .
By MAVU gS CENTS
F. & F. M. MARSH,
Attorneys & Counsefars- Law
Eaton, A'reoieuo., tr.
AL.li bnsincss, such as bettimg M
t:ttes, Collecting Claims, preparing
lgal IiiPtruments Deeds, Mortgages
Articles of Agreemeuts, &. c, jirompt
ly attended to. .Feb. 1, 72-yr
MOEEIS DOTY, Prop'r.
Main St, Odd FellowsBJock,
Stabling-for 100 tlorses. , livery
all hours. True Omnibus to and trora
all 1 raiws, by S. K. Sample." .
Jon. 4, 1872. y2.
J. F. WHITING-,
Glossing, Marbling, Graining
BO"' Fxecuted with reutiicn and" lllsimtell,'
Oi'i'ICrK, IN MlNOKr8 BlFlLKlNO,
Opposite the Court House.
WINTER OF 1872.
lliif recelved htn 'lramens. .utock of
?.fl ft Tin el A5ftrfo
.mere Suits;. :,. :
100 Blue & Brow Beav
er SUITS. : ; ;J:::.Cr"
iuu neavy ot d.il
and s eompleta assortment et
Slikclr Brown -;-.;;;.;-V
..v and. . .....
-The luteal Style f"
. SUCH AS ' - --
Scotch - " w -
E2smxicl, r " r
Woolen ;'. Under Shirts,
.' . " V "; ra-wers,
Cantcn Flannel ;."
And Full Assort men t of -
- Mt Stock Of ;
Gents': Furnishing - Goods,
Oinplet. and I DtSf OmmUtiaak'
CboipiisfMt "H cwot Ho oui I- rx
KEEV eOlKTASTtT OS B TUB 1 ATEStT
I?uck, Sie3?, D o Kid," VTool
iHItinds of GELOTes
Tsfxtnks & Valises,
Suspenders, Collar, Coff Tes,
AVonTrl most resrtectfinBT invila
the rmblic to cuH send Hid casual ne vty
Stocfc auu learn pri'.;-
' SMALL P E O F I T SI"
Stepl.ensi BaUaiiiy, Cnri1 Cotrrt
Honse, Katon. OU.
May 80, 1872-