Newspaper Page Text
l-Ia? 20, 1S73.
There is a change in the running
Time of our Wail Koad, whiu'i'sliould
, be noticad by the travelling public.
Tl.f r4i-n.i1 11 tinr Exercises ot the
Senior class of the High School I)e
partincnt, will take place at the City
Hall, on Thursday atternoon, in.
Hon. L- D. Campbell was imam
roouslv chosen Vice President of the
Constitutional Convention ou the 22d
icr Romebodv will feel bad over
that selection, we know.
The prospect for a good wheat crop
in this countv is very flattering ai
present. The recent warm rains has
o nnn,rfnl effect unon all vege-
tv.o farmers mav besrin to
uiiiuii iv' . - "
wear a smiling countenance. -
"We have about $500 due us on Job
Work, and about the same amount on
subscription, which we would like to
ti, in in order to mKe some
needful improvements in our office
Will those knowing themselves to be
thus in arrears do us the kindness uy
calling in and settling as soon as pos
ible. Friends don't shut your eyes
when yon come to this paragraph.'
' ; "
Be Ye Clean!
In addition to white-washing and
cleaning up around yonr premises as
preventative of sickness, ilr- Weiss
1 . . V i T..il.
announces that ne wim wive ms
Hon le ready for use. by the last ot this
week, and will be there all the time
to wait on all who wish a good clean
and pleasant shower-bath.
In Tiew of the fact that
Choler has made its appearance in
Cincinnati and many other of our
large cities, Mayor Foos has issued
bis Proclamation, calling upon all cit
izens to prepare for the scourge by
cleaning np and removing all kinds
r rubbish, especially dwayt-'d vegeta--
b! matter. White-wah your fences,
tables, hog-pens and air your cellars.
XJve temperately, eat moderately, fenr
the Lord and shun the l"evit,-nnrt if
you don't escape the disease it won't
Lo' vour fault. '
On aud after July 1st, next, snbscrU
hers to country newspapers -yiH be
compelled to "pay twenty cents per
;w as postage. This il! he in ptir
nw nee of a law" passed bv; the, last
lary stealing and Molii'.ior swind
ling Radical Congress. ICeivspMpers
wilt ty' mail must; be; pre-paid by
Humps unless regularly issued and
scut to regular subscribers by pub
lishers or newsdealers, when the fol
lowing rates are charged, pajrabU
quarterly in "advance, either at the
mailing or delivery office :
Six times a week, 20 cents.
Tri-weckly, "." 15 ceiits.
Semi-weekly, 10 cents. - ..
The postage on regular papers, etc.,
must be paid in advance, cither at the
place of delivery or at the office where
mailed, otherwise they will be thargc-
ftblo at transient rates. - - .
To bear our. share, pr this Radical
burden, we will deduct the postage
all those who pay for the Democs t
previous to Jnly 1st, -13 "
... ' i :mii ;j -' ... :'
A colored iidividimV wloi;i;c3rp
cth in the Si.fiaui 6f.iI'iiJict.kiu'
to Isaac of tko-Bug,).was brought
from Camden ,01 Monday evening
last, and lodged at Sheriff TownsemVs
boarding house.; Isaac will be recol
lected by many of Dur citizens here,
as once being1 in the scrvices of a very
enterprising and valuablo resident of
this"place, by the na'ne of Isaac Mc
Lean, who was great admirer of
his neighbor's horses, buggies; har
ness, &c, and was always borrowing
but never known to return- any
of them, and this, "nations ward"
Isaac, proposes to- make a : clean
breast" of all this deviltry, done in
and around Eaton, even to the latei
leather robbery of Messrs. Eidson &
DeGroot. Stand from nnder. - j
The Republican Convention, which
met at Columbus on. the 21t iiut.,
endorsed the great thief and robber,
Grant, and merely said that the Con -gressional
steal "was unwise!" Of
course Ikey Morris will throw np
his hat and hurrah at the wisdom
of his party Convention, thus endors
ing the whole batch of thieves and
robbers, from Grant down to the
lowest kitchen menial connected with
this infamous administration.
The Odd Fellows of Eaton Lodge
No. 30, celebrated the 29th anniversa
ry of their Order on Friday last.
Several Lodges from abroad were
present and participated in the pro
ceedings. A dinuer was, given in
Minor's Hall, ' whereof deponent
saitheth naught. .
As to dress, buy what suits you to
wear, and if it docs not suit other
people to look at, let them shut their
Van Trump has accepted his por
tion of the salary swag. That is the
last trick that "trump" will lake. . -
Hard Times—No Money!
From all parts of the county on
friends and patrens of.the Democrat
send us reports of hard "times and
complaints of the srareifv of inoncv,
This state of things is one of the evil
which the administration of the lie
publican parly has brought upon us
In the first place, there is not now
enough rurrency in the country to do
its business with, aud as what there
is until rally collects at the money cen
ters, it is unequally distributed, and
the producing sections of the country,
which are mainly the West and South,
are the sufie -ers. The policy of the
Grant administration if it has had
any policy at all has been one of
contraction. The result of this has
been a material reduction in the pri
ces of all soil products, and a depres
sion among the farmers, while it has
enabled the Eastern speculator, capi
talist and manufacturer to control the
market, so that he could purchase
what he needs cheaply, and sell wh a
he manufactures at a high price. It
is this outrageous situation of things
which enables the Eastern capitalist
to control the pork-packing business
of the West.
Another leading cause is the out
rageous tariff system which the lie
publican party has fastened upon the
country. Laws have been made to
protect the Eastern manufacturer from
foreign competition, and by creating
a monopoly, prices have been put up.
Let the farmer compare the prices he
now pays for his clothing arid farm'
utensils with those he paid twelve
years ago, and he will find a vast difn
fereuce. They are much larger now.
The extra sum does not go iuto the
hands'of the government, but it finds
its way directly into the pockets of
the manufacturer, to protect whom
the laws of Congress were made by
Republicans. While this tariff law
drains the West of its money, it also
strikes a death-blow at the Western
interests in another way. It has
withered a very respectable export
trade in wheat, and thereby reduced
the market facilities of the farmer and
compels him to take for his grain
whatever the East is inclined to offer.
As it is never inclined to offer a great
deal, the West never gets a very large
efurn of. money.'- What- little' the
farmer does get, having been paid out
under the Tariff irvfamy . to support
he w England - tnanutactarer and
Pennsylvania iron-mongers, there is
little wonder that the farmers'- find it
difficult to get money1 :t0; satisfy the
demands of. the tax .collector. But so
long as the people will vote the Re
publican ticket they must expect these
things. Wo have known a creat
many instances where some intensely
loyal voter, with . nil the - factsVpla1a!y;
before his eys, 1ms voted the Repnb-
ican ticket, and then ' go'nb' off ahd
iidi-tgngcd his property to get- money
pay the extortionate taxes levied
by the Republicans for whom he has
Where is thletpla,e' to buy your-
Clothing? ' At Sturm's. " "
'We cling to a man as Jonsr as we
believe him to be honest, i hough- all
other men desert him;, but wheh'we
Una he is a rascal, we dnop him, tno
all other men should cleave to him.
hnt Is our motto." - - '
Thns spenkeMi Ikey of the Eaton
'Bug," all of which reads very nice,
there is not a word of truth in the
whole paragraph. He never, was
known to drop any of his party or to
oppose them, no difference how great
rnsenl they might be. He has not
salid- a- word against Grant who is rpb
Ijiiig the people of $25000 a year, nor
fwVfie shown any sign of dropping
"him""-' Last fall -when Mr.' Morrow
was c.'iargcd with peculation sin .the
Clerk's office, Ikey promised tbatiit
was shown to be true, l:e. would not
only not support him,-but he would
advise all others to 'do the same, and
although the. Records, were published
for this paragon of virtu
ous honesty, that all was ,true7 and
more too, instead of keeping hi, pro
mise, he advocated his re-electioi) the
more vigorously. His,exeusefF Mr
Morrow would permit every Congress
aud every. President that we may ever
elect again, to -.vote themselves jnst
what money -they want, and then iu
duce him to support them upon the
plea that they were only "following
the footsteps of their predecessors,"
and their stealing was ; "routine er
rors," or "little inaccuracies I" It is,
therefore, all blarney about Isaac
Morris dropping any of his -party
nominations, though they were steep
ed in robbery and scoundrelism up to
their eyes. He has not independence
enough for that.
All kinds of Boy3 Clothing can bo
had at ttirm's.
If the next Congress should follow
in the "footsteps of their predeces
sor," wouldn't - the Eaton Register
excuse them upon the same ground
that he did Mr. Morrow, by saying
the' only committed "routine er
rors ?" especially if .they belonged to
the Radical wiug of his party ?
The noisynt ever .welcome Tratlle
of Mike's Ice car is making its- daily
round. The coolness with which we
received his favor the other morning
was refreshing to our exhausted con
For cheap Job Work of every de
scription call at the Df.mocbat Office.
For the Eaton "Democrat."
A Poem on my Twenty-second Birthday.
I'm twenty -two yers n!1 to-day, .
Tbia bright smutty nl xtli of May.
A Reoreof yers, 1 ve livfd on earth.
And learned o mid trriof tiic worth.
Weary' of toiilxi - iluy by dy.
1 long for some briat dazzilng ray.
Ho enter In my hanible lire.
And lit me for ennobling strife.
Weary of druUsing day by day,
Witn naugbt of joy to make it pay.
With naugnt but work incessant -work.
And yet 'twill never do to shirk.
No palaces, or kingdoms fair,
2'o glitterin? jewels ricii aud rare,
No ermine robes, or satines Qne,
Has ever been or can be mine.
But cease thy tuaruieritig, restless heart.
And learn to seek that nobler part.
Tbat's gWu to every child of grace.
Who runs tliat lie may win the race.
A score of years, is but a mite.
To those who walk in heavenly light.
Then onward go In life1 pathway,
Nor seek to cast earth's toil away.
For honest toil whereere it be,.
Be it on land, or on the sea.
Is better far could we but know
Thau everCroesns princely show. .
The working hand, .the heart 6r brain
Will more of life's sweet riches guin.
Than e'enlu robes of grandeur tie.
Or wealth of kiugs couM ever buy.
Camden O., May 21st, 1873.
' Fight your o.vn balile. Hoe your
row. Ask no - favors 01 any one, and
you will succeed live hundred limes
better than one who is beseeching
some one's influence or patronage,
No one will ever hclp'you as you can
help yourself, because nobody will be
so heartily interested hi your affairs.
The step will not be such a long one
perhaps ; but, carving your own way
up the mountain, you make one lead
to another,and stand firm in that while
you chop still another out. Men who
made fortunes are not those who have
five thousand given theni to start with
but boys who have started fair with a
well earned dollar or two." Men who
have acquired funs have never been
thrust into popularity by pufii begged
or paid for, or given ia friendly spirit.
They have stretched out'tlieir hands
and touched t!ia public heart.
Trunks and Vulices can be bousht
cheaper at Sturm" Clothing store than
at any other bouse. . :
The Bug editor, in last week's Reg-
ster, had a whole- column ou'stealing
and corruption, but not. a word of
complaint against the' great national
hog and robber, Grant. lie is rob
bing the tax-payers of $-'yOy0 a year,
and put his signature to' it bill that
enabled each fongrcss-'mnii to steal
$5000 from the tiasurv! Yet he is
ndorsed by thn Republican State
Convention and the Ealon Register.
Great gaud ! ,
"Och widow M-ichree
,rPlG lit" l'-Il!'H rmit i'tr TTT r 1 "
At the news thaf piir 'Marshal has
added an assistant to his stair, in the
hape of a young paddy from Corco-
n ia ! Success to him.-
" A'TOnii'whorf llot sffixrt eDd1irh fd
.'4 t '- . "
run a stone is not sinn-t enough to
run a farm: Farnierr"are ' hot to be
made out of v.' hat is iiiiVaftcr linvyers,
doctors, ministers and merchants arc
-We arc opposed . to . the Cousrress-
onal -back pa v" grab, but- will thank
fully receive all '-back iwv" due us by
delinquent subscribers. .
6 and examine Sturm's large stock
The columns of a "newspaper are
the same to its proprietors as are dry
good1", groceries, and other commodi
ties to their proprietors stock in
trade from which; .a living must be
.The Court of Commoti Pleas for
this county will begin .its session on
the 16th of June.
Sturm sells cheaper than ever. '
The undersigned, having deterrnin-
d. to change- his business, will sell
nt his entire stock of Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes,. Hats and Caps, No
tions, IIosiery,- G-iovcs, &;, without
regard! to cost. , It will pay every
bod-r wanting CHEAP GOODS, to
cafi and exair-ine his stock. The
Goods must be sold. No humbug.
JOHN R. McLEAF.
Eatpa, May 29, 1873.
MARRIED On the 24th of April.
b'yRev. G. Baughmaii, Wit. C. Shy
er, Esq., to Miss JNEEVA (steward,
both of this county. . -
The June Is' nmber&f that time
honored monthly. The Phrenological Journal,
maintains its character for excellence and progress
ion. Its long table of contents discloses a freight
age at once timely, Tnterestlng, and edifying wit
ness The Baron of Hobwartas-Senborn, and the
Vienna Exhibition ; Express Elizabeth of Austria;
Socialism In America, an account of the different
Communities , from the earliest ; One Kind . of
Ghosts; Emily Falthfull and her mission ; Born to
be Hanged, with life-like illustration; A Neighbor
of Hfine a good story; Hesplration, or How to
Breathe; The late Justus Von Lteblg; Giving while
Living good advice; The Science of Music a ne
cessary branch of edncatiou; The Lady and the
Crossing-Sweeper, an Illustrated Poem ; Books for
all Minds, etc. This valuable Jol KXit will com
mence Its. fifty-sevenfb volume with theJuly
number. Subscription price, $3,c) a year, or on
trial 1,50 lor six months, socent single numbers.
E5. It WKk.cs, New Yorfc.
JOHN T. DEEM,, . E. V. ,
EMILY L(.CKW()CI), & i
PrtMp Com. P1rii.
i-cU:r ol'Sule ou Mort-
n. a. lot'jiwuou. i
Y VIRTUE OF AT ORIIRR Of SALE Ta
bued from the C'ouit of Coiuttion Pleas within
'and for the C'ountv.AI I'reble.Hnd State of Ohio
in tlie above case, and to tbeheriiTof aid countv.
dtmetei, I will oli'er for sale at public auction at
the fiooe of the Court Houue, in Eaton, in BAtd
(M. iioturcln;, July 5th, 1873,
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P. !., of said
day, the foUowlni; lands and tenements, situated in
the couoty of Preble, and Slate of Ohio, and de
scribed as follows, to wU :
Being the west purl n Lot No. two hundred and
mnetv, P-Wft designated and descritted on the
record pint of the Village ot Katon. O.. fronting nn
Preble street three poles and 3ti luo of a pole.
TERMS CASH. Apm-a'-scd at
JOHN TOWNSKND, RtcrfT.
HrBBAitn A Fkkkm !, Alt's for Pltft's,
Eaton, April i, l.ta. prf-. --.,75.
ner Himlap, ct. al. Trus- PreMe co.
s of the Churc h of Christ Court of
in Katon, Plaintiff. j- Com. Pi's.
vs. ret- to sell
Sarah Thompson, et al deft j real estate
NOTICE is hereby given that the
above named Plaintiffs, on the 12th day
of May, 1873, filed a petition in the of
fice of 'the Clerk of the Court of Common
Picas of Preble County, Ohio, whereby
tbev asked that Sarah Thompson, Ta
bilfa Collins, Elizabeth Dnnlap aud
Margaret W. Brookins, be made defen
dants thereto and prayed the Court to
decree a stile of the following Real Es
tate, to wit: Being parts of the In Lots
Nos. 151 & 152 as numbered and desig
nated on the original plat of In Lots of
said town ot Katon, and nounded and
described as follows, that is to say : Be
ginning at the north westcornerof said
lot .No. lol being the point ot intersec
tion of Bsron and 8omers streets: thence
south with said Baron street,thirty-three
(33) leet; thence east parade! with hom
ers street fifty-(50) feet; thence north
parallel with Baron street four (4) feet;i
thence east as aforesaid torty-nine (4)
feet to the east boundary line of Lot No.
152; thence north on said line twenty
nine (29) feet to Somers street; thence
west with bomers street to the place of
besrimiiiie;. Said Trustees further ask
that the money arising from said sale be
loaned ana the interest used in support
of said Church at Eaton, or elsewhere as
the surviving members thereof may deem
proper, the principal only to be used in
buying or building, unless after a period
of ten years the surviving membersshall
deem it more condusive to the welfare
of their society to donate it to other
Churches belonging to their organiza
tion elsewhere. Said defendants are no
tified that said cause will be for hearing
at the next term of the Court of Common
Pleas, beginning June 16, 1873.
J. P. BROOKINS, J- Trustees,
JACOB E. KRUcr. )
' ' , By R. W. Qui-n, Att'v.
Attest, Wi D Quinn, Clerk, " ;
Br B. F4 Larsh, Deputy.
May 15,4373 4w. Prf$S,25..
JSTo. 2312. . '
rVIurtin Swisher, Assignee ) Pretle
of William Swisher, Plaintiff,' f Com.
vs ) Pleas
George S. Brower, Defendant, v Order '
) of Sale
. ' ' 1 ou Mor
Bv virtue of a second plurious' order
of Sale issued from the . Court of Com
mon Pleas of Preble County, Ohio, in
the above stated . case, and directed to
the Sheriff of sui'l count', I will offer
for sale at public Auction, at the door
of the Court House, in Eaton, in said
On Saturday, June 14, 1873,
between the. hours of .one and four
o'clock, P. M., of said day, the follow
ing described real estate, situated in the
town of Eaton, county of Preble, and
State of Ohio, and bounded and des
cribed as follows to-wit: Being eighteen
and. a half feet off the' east side of in
lot number thiee hundred and fifty 350.
and twenty -five and' one-half feet off
the west side of in lot number three
hundred and llfty-one 351. in said town
of Eaton, commencing at the n. e. cor
ner of the lot now owned by Phillip
Schriner; thence East forty-four, 41
feet to a cornor on the north line of lot
number 350; thence south twelve rods
to an alley ; thence west forty-four, 44
feet aloii?'said alley to. the east lino of
said Phillip Seh i-iiicr's lot; thence north
along said line twelve rods to the place
of.,.heginuiug, . Apprised..: at $1,500.
JOHN" TO WXSEfD, Sheri ff. .
J. V. Campbell, Att'y.
M iy S, lS73-tds , prf. $3,40
Free Turnpike Notice.
Notice is hereby given that a petition
will be presented to the- County Com
missioners of Preble county, Ohio, at
their regular session in June next, ask
ing the appointment of Commissioners
to lay out and. establish a free turnpike
between this point and along the follow
in"' line, to-wit: Commencing' on. the
o iie-half section line on a county road
on the East side of Twin creek, dividing
section 15, East on said county road to
the Enterprise Free Turnprke, and
there to terminate.
MANY PETITIONERS. ;
Free Turnpike Notice.
Notice is hereby, given that a petition
will be presented to the Cbmmissioners
of Preble Comity, Ohio, at their regular
session in June next asking the ap
pointments of Commissioners to lay out
and establish anextention of the Pleas
ant Val.ey Free Turupike Koad as fol-fows-.
Beginning at the Northe'-n
terminus of said Pleasant . Valley free
turnpike road and in the center of the
old Dayton P.oad, in section one Grntis-
Township and . near D. Kinseys nuns,
and running thence' in nn Easterly. di
rection as near as may be pratical with
said old Dayton Koad to the East line of
said County of Preble and there to term
inate. MANY PETITIONERS.
May 1th 1873 5w.
Free Turnpike Notice.
Notice ft hereby Riven that a Petition H ill be
presumed to the AJoramissioners of Preble connty,
Ohio, ot tholr rejolur session in June next usklnu
the appointment of Oommissiodcrs to lay out atiil
establish a Free Turnpike between the points ant
along the line to-wiu Commencing at the Lewis
bun? and Brookeville Free Turnpike and running
south 3 miles to the road between the farms of D.
B. Smith A Iven's heirs and there to terminate.
MANY PETITION EH8.
April 24, 1873. W5.
A Clfrsrymnn, while residing In South America,
as missionary, liicovrei a safe and simple reme
dy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness, Karly It
cav, Disease of the Urinary and Seminal Omahs,
aud the whole train of disorders broiiRht on by
baneful and vicious habits. Great numbers have
been cured hv this noble remedy. Prompted by a
deslrC to Iteuefit the atlllcted and unfortunate, I
will send the receipt for preparing and using tnls
med'etne, in a sealed envelope-, to any one whu
needs Hi FRKS OF CHAHGE.
Station D, Bible House,
2ew York City'
Free Turnpike Notice.
NOTlCK !h hereby jriven that a Petition will be
S resented to the Commissioners of Prebie-County,
hlo, at their regular session in June next, asking
the appointment of Commissioners to lay out ana
establish a Kree Turnpike between the points aud.
along the line, to wit: Commencing at the West
Manchester Improved Koad, in Monroe Town
snip; thence west on the quarter section -line of
section No. i:t ;ind 24, to the north west corner of
Samuel V ln-iley's land; thence north on the line
be; ween the hind of John Foos and George Mi
chael to the south bank of Prices Creek; tliem-e
west with the present rad to the Monroe Central
Free Turnpike, there to terminate.
Eaton, April 24, l8"a- w.
Free Turnpike Notice.
Notict is hereby given that a Petition wIH be pre
sented to the Commissioners of Preble countv, u.,
at their regular session in June next, asking the
upiKiintment ol CommiKioners to layout ana m
tuhlish m Free Turnpike between tie points ami
alony the line to-wlu Beginning at a point on the
bhort free pike between sections ami in eimi.
era township; rum.ing thence west on the section
line between said sections to the InVis and Mc
Giil Freenike and there .to terminate.
MAN V PKTITIONERS.
April 24, IS73wr. . -
Boots &; Slioosv
HAK npened a NKW BOOT A- s-HOJ-: STOKK
nn Main Mreet, two doors east of t be Woty
J louse. Katon, O. Crder work done In the
hoot manner. "Repairing done on the shortest no
tice;. Ail work warranted to irive-entire Kttivriir--
lion,' WJTGive me a call. (iKHIIART I.m;k,..'
Keb. lv;7, "
SPRING OF 1873
II A "VE VOW A FULL STOCK OF
pring & Summei Clothing
Which I wnivU t prices o milt th llmf
II ATS, ;
GKNTS' FUKN13HING GOODS, &C.
To n-bic'! T Invite t' e nti"ntloH uf my old enstoni
ers nun the public in gem-rui. i uait-uiui
fr the lib -' il p.nroitae here- .
f'i'-'T rtce'vel. I de-Ire to' -sav-ti:
oflo;:i. 1 will
S K S ,1, OLOrillN'G U. E A ViZ 11
than 'Vi!!- boTorc oft'eretl in this mark
et, nn-.l invite the people to c:UI Hint
ox;t im ne my slock ami letirii my prices.
Kerneinlio" the old stand, where the
i'fst'nnd (Jhcsppst t. lotliinyr in Ealon
is nl whys sild for Small Profits and
; v m, srjRM,
Opposite J -iH, Xo. 10, Main Street.
V Katon, May 8, TS73, ly.
- rJe-ssr i:'"Ii?2n It
RES SUR'S UP S f A N D.
K cser & Sango,
'. . ; ' , and,
Thev vrintld call the attention ortrelr frimirts and
tlie putilic generally t exam Ine tlitfir
Of Carriages, Brtg-giss &c.
' 15fore i-urchaslnjr elsewhere.
Spsclal attention paid to Eopairing.
mill Worfc liirraHtctt.
25- GIVE US A CALL.
: KESTER& IANCE.
J I.. Q.VISS..... I N. J. QITINJT
GR AIN BEPOT '
Highest larHet Pri c
' j-JR, AIIT AND SEED I
From their long experience they cia?m to tint r-Rt-mdili
h'l-mess aud to beaole thereby to ca. cy
It on "o us to be saie to themselves and p ofifable to
iiirniers. Cull at their warehouse, west Hailroad
r. The HIGHEST CAfrJU' VUI PAID FOR
LEAF TOBACCO. 1-3
A Ft A t GtR Av CHIP AID,
w? serd an elepnnt Ctnioino. mounted nnd rendy
Ifor Pi nminjr, ftee to evtrg ajrent for
, ' oiC
LIFE-BEh.OW THE .SURFACE.
; . UY THOS. W, KOX. '
042 Tis Octavo. 130 Fine Kngraving-s.
Tllits Inc'dcnts and Accidtnts beyond the
IUhi of Pav; Star:lim? Adveniuvr" in all ports of
tne World; Mines and li;fle if Worklnif t!iom: Vn-dM-eurrnits
of Society; Osmhlinc and it Horror;
'nverns and their Mysteries; The lark Ways of
W?el;e-lness; Prisons :md their Seevets; Down in the
Depths of the Hea; strange to, of the Del option
of ( r ni4.
The booX treats of experience with bri--nds:
nights !n opium dens and K tmhlin hells; Die in
i't:soii: HtoriM of exrle; adventure anion Iti'lfans
jtMirnevs through Sew-rand Cat:iconih; accidents
1i mines; plrstes ami ptraev; toriuro f t- e imiuis
Itlon ; wonderful burglaries; underworld of the
great cities, etc., etc.
for frln work. Erolnsive terltory Eivrd. Airf-nts
rttn makp $ltiO a week In se! li njr this book.. Send
r.ir circulars and u-rms to nj;ems. .
J. IJ. JU'J11& UYDl:,
IIAUTFOKH. COXM., or CHICAGO, II. Ti.
Auditor's Offick, )
Pkkblk Co.,liATox, O., May 8th, '73f
Sealed proposals- will be received-- at
this ortice up to M. Thursday, line 12th,
ISl'.i, for the erection of a wrought iron
hridge near Kiipheinia, in liarrison
township.- "i spaim 00 ft. each, roadway
17 feci. Also the necessary stone work
for the abutments. Also the necessary
fitfs for the approaches.
Specifications for the stone work and
approaches may bo seen at this oilier-
on anil alter May llth. 1873.
BY OKlJ5K OF (X)MK'S.
' XVi.l. Marnhiskk. Auditor.
,Mny Kth, 173-4 v.
Ci.se Nn. 3208.
William YF. Stout, ") Preble Common
vs. Pleas or. of Sale ou
.Tames Mullen anil j Mortgage.
Amanda M. Mullen J - .
BY virtue of an order of Sale issueil
from the Court of Common Pleas of Pre
ble county, Ohio, in t'ie aboveca.se, and
directed to the Sheriftof said county, I
will offer for sale at public auction at
the door of the Court House, in Eaton,
in said county,
' (M isa I ii rati il. Juve i. Ibio.
Between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P.
M. of said day, tlie follou-ina: described
real esta':e situated in the County of Pre
ble ami State of Ohio, to wit: The undi
vided two thirds. of a part of the south
west and north, west quarter of section
flv$ (5) in township 8 range one (1) east
in Preble county, Ohio; and also a part
of the Village of New West vi lie in said
county and State, all bounded and'Ue
ficribed as follows, to it: Beginning at
the south west corner of said section 5;
thence north 4 degrees west with the
west line of said section, 150-4-4 100 poles
to the centre of the K:tton and Richmond
turnpike; thence north 78 degrees east
(ia 72-101) poles; thence soutn 3 degrees
enst 12 12-100 to the centre of the first
alley, south of Cherry streets of West-
ville; thence north 8iV degrees cast
with the centre of saiil alley ; "U poles to
the centre of oak st. of said village,thence
s. 3 degrees west with the centre of the
Ne.v Westville free turnpike 110 17-100
poles to the south line of said section 5;
thence south 86? decrees west 101 70-100
poles to the place of beginning, contain
ing 83 41-100 acres of land, the same be
ing intended as the undivided two thirds
of the tract of land described in a deed
from James MoYVhinuey and Louisa
McWhiuney, bis wife, of Wayne county
Indiana, to the mortgagers herein of
date of December 28, 1868.
Teems cash. Appraised at $35,00
JOHN TOWXSKND, Sheriff.
Stiver & Frkeman, Ally's for Pl'ff.
May, 1, 1873 tds. prf. $12,25
Case No. 3220.
Wm. Johnson Est. of")
Thos. Brown, dee'd.
A. C. Staufter and Es
ther Stauffer his wife.
Preble Com. Pis
Order of Sale on
BY virtue of an order of sale issued
from the Court of Common Pleas of Pre
ble County, Ohio, and to the Sheriff of
said County directed, I will offer for sale
at public nation at the door of the Court
Uou.so", in Eaton, in said county,
On .Saturday, Junelr$73.
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P.
M.of said day, the following premises
situated in the County of Preble and
tatate of Ohio, bounded and described as
follows, to wit : The north west quarSer
of section four (4) in township six (6)
range two-(2) east, containing one hun
dred and sixty-eight (168) acres of land.
Terms cash. Appraised at $35,50. per
JOHN TOWNSEND, Sheriff.
Mimjcr & Harris, Atty's.
May 1, 1873. tds. - prf. $5,75.
Sheriffs Sale. V
JA.ME3 A. DOUGLASS, ") Tretle Common
vs. M'lfHS. Order of
AV . S. DOCSLASs, et. al. ) Snle in Partition.
-R i VIKTOrt OF AN OKDEIt OF SALE ISSU
Pj hv trie Court of Common Plfps, witliin and
ior The Couuty of 1'reble, and State of Oliio. In
I he above case, and directed to ne Sheriff of said
county, I will otter for sale at public auction, at ine
door of tiie Cuurt-Ijse in aton in suiX county.
On. Saturday, May 31t., 1873,
Ketwpen the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock, A. M. of
iiitld rtay. the followhii? described premises, to-wit:
AH of cue aortii eatit quarter of section number 30,
towKAluptt, ran lie i ran, in Preble county, Ohio.
conininliiK fA) acres of mud. more or leas; excepting
a purcel thereof conveyed toltstnct numbers,
isomers towushin, VreuJu cooutj', Ohio;beImc about
one-halTacreof land. Also, aJI of the south east
(luarter of seciion VJ, township and range aforesaid.
ContiiininK UK acres of land more or leas-except-Ung
Jie purcel of land conveyed to Jev, is Racier .by
David skrott's heirs out of Raid quarter, containing
acrpa, and excepting; also, the portion of aaid
"rter heretofore conveyed to Andrew Smith In
I li lifetime beinjc and contBimni? 40 acres of land,
1 a villi? in nid quarter after deductiiis? said excep
tions ncres amounting In the aKffreate to 220
arros of land more or leas, exceptlmc the following
described lands sot off and assumed to Mary Doug
lass, viz. t0 acres ofsouth east quarter of section
towusltip 6, ranee 3 enst. also, 15 acres out of the
north part ot the'north east part of north east guar
ter ol section 30, township ransei east, adjoining
the aforesaid tract. The amoum of laud so to be
advertised and sold, containing 147 acres.
TE1IMS. One-third eash in hand: one-thtrd In
one and one-lhtrd in two years from day of sale,
deferred vaynients to bear 6 per ceut. interest fxoui
day of Jale and to be Kecured by mortgage on the
premises. Appraised at '5,00 per acre.
JOHN TOWNSKND, Sheriff, P. C. O.
Foos & FNheE, Ally's tor tartitiouers.
April 24, isra-tds. ' tn.y.
Case No. 3S80."
LEWIS BADEB. ") Preble Com. rieas.
vs. Order of. Sale on
EDWABI) FELTOX, et.al. ) Mortgage.
BY VIBTITE OF AN ORDER OF
Sale issued from the Court of '.'ommon Pleas
n-ithirt and for tiie County of Preble, and
8'teof 0Tiio, In the a'oove case, and to the Sheriff
of said county, directed, I will offer for alo at
niibik: anrlion tbe door .of toe Court House, In
bacon, tu tald county,
' On Saturday, 'flay SUt., 1873, '
btwppn 'the hours of 1 and 4 -oclocte. P. M.. of
sn'id day, the foliowinw lands and tenement, situ
ated in the county of Preble, and taUiol'Ohio, and.
described as follows, to-wit:
- A part of the south wet quarter of section num
ber nineteen, township seven, raue 'A east; begin
ning at the north east corner of Maid quarter; theuce
south a degrees, east 15 citato 9 and links to a
stake; thenca south 85 degrees, west 89 chains and
72 links to a sugar tree, t inches in diameter in tlie
section lino; thence north a degrees, west 15 chains
and 9 links to the quarter section st:ike; thence
with the quarter si-rtion line north 85 decrees east
to the place of beglnln, containing sixty acres of
land. Also, a part of the north west quarter of tiie
aforesaid section, township and rnue, to-w!t:
Fortv acres ofl'the south side of said quarter. Itotn
tract containing One Hundred Acr38 of Land,
more or less. Terms Cash. Appraised at fSO.UO
. .1 OIITS TOAVNSEXD, Sheriff, P. C. .O
Foes A Fisher. Atty'J.
April 34. liaj-tdH. prf. ,75.
. Case Xo. 3207.
Jaeob F.Kowe, :, 1 PreWe Com.
vs. I pleas. - Order
Catherine Pat ton, and jof Sale .on
Davlil Patton. ) jrort'?:ie.
BY virtue of an order of sale issued
from the Court of Common Pleas,
witliin and for the County of Preble and
State of Ohio, in the above case and to
the Sheriff of said county directed, I will
offer for sale at Public auction at the
door of the Court House, at Eaton, in
said county, -
On Saturday May 31, 1373,
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P.
M., of said day, the follow-ing lands and
tenements situated in the town of Cam
den, in the county of Preble, aud State
of Olio, known and described as fol
lows, to-wit: .Being the south part of
lot number one hundred and ninety
seven, (107) in the said town of Camden,
as renumbered by order of tho County
Commissioners, and bvin thirty-four
feet, six inches,' on Main Street,
and extending back eis;ht iods.
Appraised at $3,0. - .
- JOHN TOWNSKND. Sheriff.
Moore & Moore, Atty's. : .
April 2 1, 1873-tds. $6,95.
Free Turnpike Notice.
KOTTX'E Is hereby Riven that a Petition will be
pretcnted tothe Omimissioners of Preble County,
Ohio, at their regular wssion in June next, asking
the pioinimeut f CommiMs;ou'is to lay out and
establish a Free Turnpike between the points and
aloiiu the following line, to wit: rminn,n'irr nt
the WeM Manchrter iiaprnved lload, in Monroe
township, at a point whpre the quarter section line
of weetion No. 2 crosses eaid road; tiienee wet on
the quarter seetion line -f eetinn No. S, 4 and s,
to ih Tlantburar and KIJorado Improve I Road,
and there to tennluatc.
M AX Y PKTTTKNEns.
Faton, April 21. 1P73 w.
It a n rv
U V UJ.IJJ,
February 27, 1873.
ERS & HILL
HiAite attention to tneir iock oi fam
ily groceries and produce, of which
they keep a full and complete stock at
their old stand on
Bar on Street Faton,
We natter onrselveu that we can sell
as low as any other house in town, and
will keep always ou band the best brand
PROVISIONS, VEGETABLES, . ALHOHM
SUGARS, " SYRUPS. ' .
BUTTER, : - CHEESB,
- HAMS. SMOULDERS,
FAMILY FLOUR, CORIT MEAL. BICEdO
Salt by tlie Barrel.
The patronage of the public la solicited.
.Tun II. 1E72 yl. ,
Cigars S Tobacco
- W III! C TTTT Tf
TP I - -
It WU M WWW W
... - - -. 1
fmooking Tobacco's -
Pipes, Mouche8,J'r ' " ?
Cigar Holder 8, 4rc..
" MINOB'S BLOCK, -.i
Opposite Conn House, Main St., Eaton, Ohio.
Feb. 7, lT3.-t.
F. &, F. M. MARSH,
AttorneysS. Counselors Law
jaton, Mrreoie to., r.
LiLi business, such as Settling Es-
f- tates, uouectmg Uiaima, preparing;
Liegal jmsiruments ueeas, jaorigages
Articles of Agreements, Ac. &c, prompt
ly attended to. . .Feb. X, 72-yr
" new ... : ; .
BOOT & SHOE
i W. E. Filbert yrould reapectfully
announce to the citizens of Eaton, and
surrounding conmrv, that he baa Juat
opened i"IBbT CLASH. - . -
Boot &. Shoe Store
Bta, In Michael Fllbert'i New Bullrt
lni?rCorner of Main A Cherry Streets,
All My Work War
ranted!! toirlve entire sjitlRtuction.
Bdr Cufltoni work made to order.
Sly motto Is: "Good Stock," "God
Work," 'Small Proata" ana "Qulclt
Bales." Please call anil sec.
W. E. Filbert.
Aug. 29,-1872-yr. I . f..-.
JOHX V. CAMPBELL......
Campbell &; Gilmore, ,
(Successors to Oiltnore Campbell
TTORJF YS . J T X.f If
Land Government Claim
yOfflc theolrt stand on Barron Street.
ioqq.oq a lbs.
.- F. M. DEEM,
Will pay tbo highest rjrice for
100,000 Ihf. of Wool, delivered nt
his Store, in Eaton. . rnalmS. '
I. EI. WELSH,
OFFICE at Residence. On
N. Barron St. W. side.
Espei-ial attent'uin given to tilling teeth.
"Laughing" Gas administered, wIiah .
practieable in extracting Teeth. ,
May 1, 1873 tf. ...
llic ael & Sons,
Dfuggists 1 Booksellers
(OppoBito Court House,) EATOX. Q.
Feb. SO, 1873-tr.