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HJfitoii, Ohio ,
Thursday,; April 2Q 365,J F
THE ASSASSINATION OF
' A great and good man has falleu.
The announcement of the death oi
thoPBEsiDBXT ot the United States,
i Wn imrwl nf nn ns-aiain. has
produced a pause in the
thoughts of the most heedless a
roon gat na. It lias spread a gioom
everywhere, vid expressions oij
. soorrow and deep sympathy flow
' ifiom the heart of every friend of
hU country. In connection with
' this sad event, we adopt the very
appropriate 'remark" of a cotcm
"Probably no event in the caien
dar of time, certainly no event in
the history of this country, tore
Undoa on miifili of evil or was BO
charged with calamity to the hu
Trinn rnnp. na this. The -deed itself
lacked no element of horror or a
The time at which the deed woe
done was most fatal and deplora
ble. At no season during his ad
ministration had President Lincoln
been in so commanding a position
of usefulness to his toliowcen.
In a moment like the present, in
the midst of a calamity so astound
ing and crushing, human judtr
ment of itaclf is powerless to di
vinn or control the immediate fu
ture, and it becomes a cbtistiau
people to fervently and sincerely
invoice, and calmlv relv upon the
V , v v
assistance and guidon ce of God."
THE NATION'S CALAMITY.
Before this paper peaches our
readers the full particulars of the
sad event, which has plunged a
whole nation in gloom, will be
well known. We copy the follow;
Ing vivid picUre of the cold blood
ed murder', taken from the "Boston
"The brief and momentous scene
which closed the entertainment at
Ford's Thefter will never he for.
gotten by any one of the thousand
or more who saw it. The play,1
with which all woie familiar, was'
progressing smoothly to its climax
The scene was a frout flat. There(
was onlv one character upon the,
8'. age, Lord Dundreary. Suddenly
one of those stupid conundrums,
which wo all know by heart, was
interrupted by the sharp report
- uTiistoi. 1 he audience bad time
, to wonder what new Incident
the play was thus heralded, when
there came another and stranger,
interruption. A dark, lithe tornv
vaulted over the railing of the,
Tresidents's box which waB cano.
pied with the American flag. As
the intruder struck the stage, he!
fell forward, but soon gathered
himself up. and turned erect, in
full view, of the audience.
They saw a slim, tall, graceful
figure, elegantly clad, waving
dagger with a gesture which none
but a tragedian- by profession would
have made; a classic tace, pale
marble, lighted up by two gleamJ
ing eyes which had made crowds
ahudder often in past days, when
Glostcr struggled tvitb death
mimic frenzy and surmounted
waves of curling jet black hair.
The assassin, with calmness which
could onlv come of careful premedi.
tatlon. uttered the words ; "Sic
semvertvrannis;" in tones so sharp
and clear that every person in the
theater heard them. lie said
.something more, but in that fleci
ond of time MrB. Lincoln had
seamed in horror, the unusual
occurrence had created an excite
ment. the audience had begun
rise, and no one heard the wo
distinctly. Booth who already
heard his name pronounced by
: ecore of lips, waited for no further
bravado, but rushed across
etaze. down the long passage
, hind the scenes, thrusting his knife
at a man who seemed to interrupt
hi? flight, and out by the stage
door into the oarkness. '
' By the latest accounts wo learn
that Booth has not been captured,'
. 'but has been traced as far as
c j'i ., About the same time that
' Fbe?idest was assassinated,
other villain attempted the mur
der of W. II. Sewabd. To show
' the desperate nature of the attack,
r V'' iro mi state that three '. persons
were dangerously wounded in tleir
'attempts to secure Ibe 'VouldbtJ
R?88 By . the litest telcgrarm
no oro giaa 10 team inuime aecrp.
tary and-iils son are, doing well.'.'
currentlprinciple streots were illuminated.
We rcaret that we liavo neither
lime, nor space to give a full ac
count of the celebration in Eaton,
on Friday last. The whole pro
ceedings were carriod out with
spirit, that showed that the hearts
of the people were in the work, .
The streets wero lined with flagiS.
held in the various' churches, at
10J A. M. and in the afternoon
eloquent' aud patriotic . speeches
were mada by Messrs., Abbott,
llaineB.and Marsh. Ai night the
Among the best displays, we may
mention the names of Col. F. T
Foster and J. P. A cton, Esq. The
whole proceedings passed oft' plea
On, and after Monday next, the
24th inst., pur friends will find our
office in the third story of the
building we now occupy ; .the poo
ond story over Stephens and CoV
Dry Goods Store'
Our friends must excuse us for
the lateness of our issue this week.
TFe will do better next week.
MEETINGS AT THE COURT HOUSE.
On Satu d iy morning, a meeting
of the citizens was
held at the!
court uou,t, r t. PT"
LU LI 13 I11UIUC1 V Uiv i .uiv v
Resolutions were passed, and some
speeches "mado. A proclamation
was issued by the Mayor, calling
upon all lovers of the country to
put ou mourning for thirty days.
On iSunday, services were held
in the various places of worship,
nnii n. Inrrrp. mCCtillST WnS held flt
the Court House in the afternoon.
Our gallant soldiers have cap
tured Mobile, and with it some
thousands of prisoners.
Raleigh, N. C, has been captured
There is a rumor of a Union de
feat in Alabama, but we liavo no,
For the benefit of our country!
subscribers, wo publish the Ticket!
elected at the Into Municipal elecij
tion: , .
J. E. FREEMAN.
II. B- VANAUSDAL.
A. IIAINES. "
D. M. MORROW.
JAMES B. "WELSH,
i Marshal, .
. W. II. ORT.
WEDNESDAY, April 19, 1865.
I FLOUR . . , JJ8.75.
BACON . . . 251b.
LARD . ; . 80
BUTTUR ' . a . 80
EGGS . . . .20
CHEESE . . ; " 35
COFFEE . ' , . . 37
DRIED APPLES . . 15
" PEACHES . . : 85
PRUENS . . 85
LOTATOES . . 1.50
GREEN APPLES . ' . 2.25
TREE MOLASSES . . 2.00
Local and Miscellaneous.
Great excitement has been cans
ed by the annoencod advent of the
Great Union Combination Mcnag
erie and Cicus, with its unrivaled
troup of performers. It is to be
hereon the 4th of May next. Ofl
course everybody will go. We do
not oftei. have an exhibition of
this kind In Eaton, and , when it
does come, it should be well pat
'aT See the Card of Dr. Stephens,1
in auomer coiumu.
at 1 -
Those of our readers who are in!
the habit of buying their. Dryj
Goods in Cincinnati, will do! woll
to 'call upon Marshall & Bro'u; 5G;
West Fifth Street. They keep al
ways on hand, a splondid Stock,
and roll at very low rates. Their
istock of Carpets Is unrivalled, for
quality and cheapness.
Mens Wear. Gentlemen visit
ing Cincinnati should not noglect
to call upon R. 0. McCracien, 9
West Fourth Street. Those want
ng Shirts, Linens, Collars Gloves,
n fact anything and everything a
man can want in that way, should
purchase of McCracken. They
will find his prices suit the times.
Panio J Panlo 1 1 ,
Deem & Lake are now selling
Dry Goods at prices wh'ch.tfrY
positively 'panicky." Every day
they are receiving addition to their
Stock; which is rendered necessary
i. ii i .i
uy me conunueu increase ot tneir
trade. Wo need not enumerate
the varieties of Pry and Fancy
Goods, foradies know best what
they need, and at the above store
iney are sure to una it. Trie bu
pcrior quality of the Goods, and
the lowne88 of price will surprise
them. D. andL. have also uow
on hands a large stock of Hats and
Caps, and Boots and Shoes, which
ihcy are offering at reduced rates.
April 20, 8t. .
we have often had occasion to
speak of Mr A Coffman. He has
nnw room van o iiot tlnao ofrtnlr rf
V vu M uioiy VIUOO DIUVIk VI
Andy has watched the Markets,.)
uid bought just at the right time.
Ladies should pay him an early!
visit, and Inspect his stock of Silks,!
Muslins, Prints, Ginghams, Dress!
Goods &o. Mr. C. hAs also just re.
cuived a large Stock of Quceusware,9
which our friends who need nnyij
thing in tht f. lino, will do well
go and see. Crowds visit the!
Store daily, so call immediately.
April 520 Bt .
WOLF CREEK NUK8EKY.
Messbs Morse & O'Brtan, A-
gents for Warapler, Tillisou and!
Co., of the Wolf Creek Nursery,!
Dayton, are now in town, and are!
prepared to take orders for every!
variety of Fruit Trees, Evergreens!
end Fiowors. We recommends
these gentlemen, with confidence!
to the public.
A- H. STEPHENS. M D.
fUENDERS HI8 PROFESSIONAL SER-
X. vices to the citizens ofkaton, and 'i-
Residence Sooth side of Main. 5 do nr.
east of the Mational Hotel. ,
Daniel Frame, Fit a. I I'reble comm o
vs. pleas In Partition.
KWealthf Frame et.al,
To Weelthy rrame. Jacob t rami'. hJiza-
beth Morrow, Harvey Morrow, James
Frame, Miiry Jane Morrow, John Morrow.
Nancy Fainter, Philip Painter, Susan
Dilman, Jonathan D lman, Sarah Ann
Am merman Frank Amnrerman, Rachel
Stewart, Jorefv Stewart, Eliza J. Frame,!
and David Frame,
"TOU. will take notice that on the 25tli
X. day orAovember, lob4; tbe undersign
ed filed a petiton in the Conrt of Common
Pleas of Preble County, Ohio, where re
taneii nowpendinp;, demanding paiti .ion
Ply. and bounded and described as follows,
. rr-i .1. .... i , t ........
me loiiowinir nrciuiaea, niv.w iu uiuuuuu.
LUrwlL xue uurm cup uuarwrr ui , vbcuuii
twentymve, townsmp eiir&t, ranee one east
p. (excepting tea and a nan acres,
or less, out of the south-east- corner of
annrte.') the residue of said quarter
tuns one hundred, and tortj-ioor acres
moie or less.
The undersigned demands that partition
be mace of said premises as loliows;
To the undersigned one tenth.
To Jacob Frame. Elizabeth Morrow
flamy Morrow in right of the said Klis
heth: James Frame, 0. Morrow, and John
Morrow la right of the said Mary Jane, Maty
Jane, Nancy Painter and Philip Painter
right ol the said Nancy, 8usan Dilman
Jonathan Di.man in right ot int, said bo-
san. Sarah Ann 1 Ammerman and crank
Am merman in riehts of the said Sarah Ann,
llarkel Stewart and Joseph Stewart in right
of said ltachel Eliza J. f rame and David
Frame in rirht of the said Eliza J. each
one tenth, and to Wealthy Frame dower
he whole. . ' '. '
At the next term of said Court an appli
cation will be made by the nndersigned
an order that partition may be maae
of said premises.
. Bf ClLHOBI k CAMFBILIa
' Ilis Attorneya
April 20, 1865 -wS. prt. f 17.00
THE CREDITORS OF T. M. TAFLOR,
are hereby notified that a dividend of2i
per cent will be paid by the undersigned
fliialw minima ajrhinb hav rn llnwan
ind that the same will be paid on the
day of April 1865 at the residence of
assignee near uettysonrg, rrewe courny
I , v : d.w.harshmaX
Assignee of X. M Taylor.
Mat. 30, 1865-w3. ,
Waisiias I 1 1 Those wishing a hue
of whiskers, a nice moustache, or a beauti,
ful head of elussy hair, will please read
card ol TliOS. F. OHiPMANin another
part of thignaper, -
UarcB , ieoo. -amor
AT WINCHESTER MY 3rd.
ON THURSDAY JJAY 4th,
DO OSS OP It ST AT & 7 K
A dmissiOn, 50ct,
Children undtr 10 yrs of age 25cs.
:; '; ORXAT
Ten Shows in One !
IaWjbf tkt Eii.tmu Cinledi f
; 120 MOT, 800 HOUSES,
i ADD a
Brand Comprehenalv Henigtrte,
Ct'bttng of M nrttt nwciMiu q
Wild Aumau nuteua jnm u
Jour Quarter, of the Globe.
- BOARD Or BIBECTOBS. .'
W. II. Houoil, Dninm Vntttrf
JoUM EoilMtoKjr. Eif a. Dinefar;
Hkrk FaiDAT, Jfniic.; DWtdori
LOtlll Dt iilll, DirKi. oOirJM.
Thb Inenie llliaet wuiiti it
Vive CireoM. I i
Fifty Performer. I
Five Original Clown.!
Twenty Educated Ponies I
Six Prsmior Equestrienne, t
A vnrlHy of the cliolrpat Animalt,
frnm tht Jarrtin ZoologlqiiC, Paril,
uj dUlioc t curji. uf
iqtltUltS A0 AOIIUAIIH.
' THE TOUT EHSEKBIE,
ComprlM a man nt toundlnK ar
ray vi' the errm. it lu cremtot tht
rttunc-utlniitrun than 1m txtr
U'iurv bw-n eonmilniteri. fn iy
ita(tli rntt-rtftinmrnt III Kuropo
or AmPr)rn, in proof of which
tht following unexampled array
U preaeated as
, Leaders cf the Comtaalion:
JVrnifr FAiHtttriemitt cf la
tothrtllimd Win Eptlftitllt
Little Annie, .nil .
A QaerfaUe af i)nf jW and
JI. J. nOBINSOW,
Tlie dnahlnir hrlllinnt and
; IXBUlllTAJIUI I.(ll'UTEIAX
Ten Shows in OneL
EmboJjii; Ike Enormou Cifilriili
120 KEH, 200 HOUSES,
Grind tomprahensiva Ktnigerlt,
' Cot1hig cf III rur.il rt'imrnt of
jld Atipah nUceUit from tkt
tour wiarters ot the Clooe
BOAItD OF DIRECTOnS.
W. II. Houch, Dmnm ifmuotr;
Jons IimiixwjH.Jr. fjpn. birtclor;
llcni i'lllDAT, Itttinl tHrrelor;
Loin 1)1 Fasieb, Ctoti.oOpM.
This Imnnie Alliuet ctmli af
Five Circuses I
Fifty Performers t
Five Original Clowns)
Twenty Educated Ponies t
Six Premier Equestriennes I
A varMy ontiacliolrnl Animalt,
(mm ilm Jardin Zooloirfque, Parit,
ami dUtiuct corpt of
. VOLTIGUERS. ACROBATS,
tqUlUltS AH AUIIUARItS.
TEE TOUT EUSEHELE,
Cuinprlnrs a mor imtoimtllnfr nr.
fay of t Ih ovate nV la errme of Ilia
ftjllCM-lltlieatroa limn Iihr tvrt
la-lorc Imn ront-rnlriilnl, In any
iuglo rnti-rtulnmoni In Knrnpa
or America, in proof of which
thft following- uowxajupled array
a ynKUKU M
L Leaders of the Combination:
and CO HEAD,
ZVmbr Fiptttlrirnntt of la
- auaf tctl.
IU VriUUtt Wirt EpirtitM
La Petite France!,
FalrieKate, : ,
Little Annie, nd
A QaarlaKt of BrntUfml tmd
JI. J. EOBINB01T,
Tht dublng brilliant and
: lanoiMTaaaS MDaaraiaa
David WysongPI'tff ! Preble county,
v( I O, Court Corn-
Valentine Wysong & mon Pleas Petti
others Defts. ', tion. v'
Valentine Wysong, Christopher Wysong,
and Elizabeih Mann of Prtb'e county, O
Catharine Wantz, k Frederick Wants
husband, of Whitly county Iud., Sarah
Delimiter Martin Dellinirar her hna
band, of Montgomery county O., John
Fnnderbunr of Clark conntr O.. Marv Kea-
ler, t Jacob Kesler, her husband of Pre,
ble county, Ohio, heirs and legal repre
sentatives of Valentine Wysong, late
the said county of Preble, deceased, ''
WILL TAKE NOTICE thtt the plain
tiff, on the 20th day of March 1865,1
hied in the office of the clerk ef tbe Court
Common Pleas of said Preble county,
petition against them to compel them,
such hei'a ard legal representatives, to
a mortzaire executed by him and
.. .. t, i j .L-.n.t. j,
uvered to said aeceaemua ins iota a ay
April 1851, upon tbe north-east quarter
section 15, in township 6, of range 3, in
Preble conntv. which said mortirace is
'corded among the records of mortgages
treble county, in book u, page HUS.
The said defendants will also lake notice
luat they are requned to appear and
swer or demur to said petitioa on or before;
dar of June 1865, or in default
thereof the plaintiff will apply to said Court
at the next succeeding term toereot to
holden in this ejnnty, tut an- order to com
pel them to release said mortgage. -
1 . attorney'! for plaintiff
Attest Hiram Shank. elk,, j m ,
April 30, 1865-w6 . t . prt f 14.25.
In New York ciM
pie live in cellars. -
John L. Oweni Pit ft
wens Plt'C V
le eta!. Dcft'ii. j
fTIIIE heira of Richard Newport deceaaeil
I'; raroelr ,Ldia Roaty wife . ol
J hn Rcwy; Jul ui V. Lane. Mary
IG. Lane Amy N. Vweni of Preble ton nty
(Ohio, JfatildA Earhart wife of Jacob Ear
hart, Sarah Thornbnrg LavinaCunninglian
Hubert ouomnznam oi Hutler county. Uhio.
Sarah Ann Jonca wife of Wiley Joaea ofi
ir,i:. , T n : - .. i n . . r I
.-iiiibuu imjuii, Auiuuis mm. ueniainin p.
Lane of Marion county, Missouri; the gran
tee ol Richard Newport deceased, Garret V.
Uopktna and Hopkins bis wife,'
whose place of residence it unknown, Rob
!ert Hariii and Ellen Harris SamnM Reed
land Jane Reed, William Kindle and .Maria
Ann TCinnla nnil William- R. PattM.nni nf
Preble county, Ohio, and Jathet Berry of
lOlintrkn nnnntv Tni.!
liana, are berebT notifidIin
.hut nn ih F.Uyi.th A nf Anrii iQfii;
ntkirl John T.- nwnRUA hm niii',nn oaln.tt
ii,.miaii,.Mnrf .r.nnn. . Ti... rp.i,iIaection
Unnnr fil.ln .Vinl, i. nn. ..an;n
n the pliiintiSsays that on the 28th d-f
June 183 1 the said Richard Newport wasv
1 1. A MVt.AM M tat. m.tl. " ? iL. .nH,L K.ttli
ui.v vni.v. lu lev BlUJfllV VI IUB UUIU-BUB,
quarter of section twenty, township six,!
range two east, in I'reble ceunty, Ohio, sndl
sold and intended to convey to Uarret v.
Hopkins about twenty 1 acres of land, by
motes aud bounds particularly stated in the
petition, out of the north-west corner of said
quarter, but by mistake the same was et-,
roneously described in the deed of convey
rnce, by metes and bounds given in the peli
tion as being in the north-west corner ofl
cu -ion iweuij-vno, tuwnsuip auc, range twuj
easl, that the sa-ne was afterwards convey
ed by said Hopkins and wile, b? said erron'
eot s'description to Robrt Harris; that s aid
narrn ana who anerwaros conveyed saiu
premises, by said erroneous discription t -William
Kindle and Samui-lPeed: that said
Reed and wife afterwards conveyed their
interest therein by the same erroneous (ls
cripiion to said Kindle, and that' said Hin
di and wife afterwards conveyed said
premises by said erroneous description to
plaintiff, that the pluiitiD and those under
whom he claims title by . said conveyances.
have been in quiet possession oi said nremi
ses as correctly described, over thirty years;
that piainlill is the cqu linle fwnir ot sai-1
premises' as correctly dercribed, and' asks
that the legal title may be decreed to him in
lee simple; the plaintiff turtber sets thai
said Kindle and Keed never paid the pur
chase money oi said premises, to the said
Hubert Harris. That while the purchase
money was so unpaid; James Kerry pur
chased and obtained from Kindle a con
vcyance of a lot in the north-west corner!
of said premises as ccrrectly described, for
ty Ice l wide and mnetyihve leot long on
nbi b stands a small house, but that said
deed to Berry was never recorded; that the
plaintiff pn c ased said premises of Kind!
through caid Berry who conct a'ed his own
ership ol said small lot Iron plaintiff, and
plaintiff through said licrry became th
purchaser of Harris's mortgage for saM
nurchase money that plaintiff was at thi
time of his purchase ignorant of BerryV
claim; tlmt Kerry altcrwards sold and con
veyed siiid small lot to William R. Patter
s in who is asserting title thereto; and plain
tiff claims that said JUerry s purchase war
s.ihject to the purchase money due to HarrU
and tbe plaintiff has been substituted to a I
Harm rums under raid mortgage lor the
pure into money, nnd that sari rterry not
having had h:s deed recorded as rrquire-l
by statute, the sa-Dw as against. pVintilf is
invalid, nnd asks that sa d dew troni Kin
die to Berry and Ihe det.l frnm Hrry to
Patterson may be set aide lis invalid.
The defendants are fuither notified that
unless they appear and fcnswo.- rr demur to
said petition on or before the 1 2th day -."
.June leftP, the -plaintiff will ask. an order
correcting said description, nl seit.ng
side said d1 cds to Berry and Patterson
their absence. ..
OILMORK k CAMPBELL.
Attorneys for l'laintiff
Altteat, H. Shnnk, clerk.
April 20, 1865iw6.
Daniel Kelly, plaintiff, I Preble court
vs. I c mmon piers, vi,
Catharine Oblinger, tition to foreclose
et. al. defendants. mortgage.
The said Catharine Oblinger serving mort
gager, Oabriel Oblinger, original mort-l
fager, and Eleanor far-, at d John Hart,
er husband ofowa; William Oblinger,
Jonathan Oblinger, Juliette Bolens and
nnlcs A Bolens her hmband,Solemon O'i
linger, Catherine, Thomhs of Iowa; David
Oblinger, Hannah Oblinger, Welson Ob
linger, John W. Oblinger, Orien Burns,
Catharine Burns, and Juliat'e Bnrns
children and legal representatives, of Da
vid Oblinger deceased,
WILL TAKE NOTICE 4ht on the 27th'
day of March 1865 the ptaintiffs filed
his petition against them in the office of the
clerk of said court of common pleas, asking
said court to foreclose a morgage execu
ted on the 24th day of Jngnst 1840 by said
David Oblinger, now 'deceased, and the
said Catharine Oblinger bis wife to tbe said
Gabriel Oblinger; in lot number 19 in the
town of Lewisburg Preble sou lly, Ohio,
secure to said Oabriel the payment of a nei
eotiable note mode to him on the lame day
by said Deid Oblinger for the sum of two
hundred an l twenty -rive dollars, and which
said mortgage and note with interest due
thereon from the first day of Ap'il 1856
are now owned by tbe plaintiff. And th.
said defendants are farther notified that
are reouired to answer or demur to said
petition on or befoie the 5th day cf June
4865, or ii defau't thereof, therein contain
ed will be considered as confessed, and
ders and decrees taken tbereon accordingly
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Atteit, H. Bhank, Clh
April 20 18G5-W6 prt. 10.o0.
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.Kfllbeimr the notth part of thtf soalh-eaBt. Mid
16. in said townshio 9, 109 acres,!
cfinl""n5 "g'ur ' " j. I
Hilton Fudge plaintiff, ) Preble dootto'i
. ti. Common PleaJ, Ji
liliiabeth Cox.M.a,! 4'ft i parUUon. i , j
The tail Elizabeth ' Cox; end Mereditl
Cox, her haband, of Iarke conntr, 8u
aan 8wrtzet.and Thiroai Swarfzl, he;
husband; Qcotge Fndpe,' iMelind Jan
Hcover, aadJoseph F. Fod(?e,ii( Pibl(
county, Oliiu children and will, (he plain
liff. oiiIt le'-al rnoreseotati , and Mary
Fudge, widow of Georee Fudje, late ot
aid county, ot 1 rtblo deceai'd,
WILL, TAKE KOTICEtbatot the 27tl
dar of March, 1865, the plaintiffflle''
hia petition against them in the office of th
'olerk of the laid eoartcf common pleat, ii
and b which he prari that dower may b.
be aaaigned in, and partition made of tbi
north part of lh north-east qtiarter of aec
tiou 4, tn township 8, 62 acre. - Tht east
"Part 01 tn8 0Btn east quarter oi .ecion
wwi,wlP t u
the south pert of the; portheast quarters, ,of 1
in Mneo 2, in said county of i'reble, andt
."..I. .i ...
ie8, OI WUIUU iUU SttlU UOUrQ a-uug? UICUI
And said defendants are further notified
that at the term of said eonrt next to b
hblden in a id for said county of Preble, (he
plaintiff will SbpIT for the assignment til
dower in, and partition of said lands, and
for luch other and further orders, and pro
ceeding, therein As he may entitled to in thr
UU3 & aiEfttENS,
. Attorneys for plaii.ti&V
Attest, H. f?ha-'k. CIV. . . . i
April20 1865-W6. . prf. $15.25
Cristiana Oeeting. aid
David Uceting, her
Jacob Bickel.et. al.
court ol common
tor partition, Ate.
Jacob Bickcl, Elizabeih Bicknl, Magda.
lena Bickel. Sarah Qeeting and John
her husband, Margaret ..Wolf and John
Wolf ber husband, Susanna Everding and
Hcmy hverduig if rieb'e coun'y. Ohio,
Sophia Stiver, 4 Henry 8tiver, her hus
band, ot Montgomery county, Ohio,
George Bickel of Wabassh county, Iud ;
William Dorman of Howard county Ind ;
Solomon Dorman i, rinsaona Dorman, in
- termarried wiih some person whose name
is unknown to plaintiffs, of county,
Ind., Delila IricV 4 and John Irick her
husband of Missou'i, Jacob Door
man, whose .place of residence is un
known to plai.nifTs, children and leiinl
representatives of Jacub Bickel, lale ofi
tbe said county ot Treble, do. -eased, and
Bickel, widow of said decedent,
T1U, lAhE NUTICK that on. Uit
f T 20lh day ol March A. D. 18(5, ill.) a
bove named pUintiDs (the sai4 Christiann
being a daughter of said deceased) filed
their petition against them in the office of
tl e llert ol the Court of t.ommon fleas ui
the said comity ot Preble demanding parti
tion of ine east nail oi me nortb-enas quar
er, of section seven, in township six, of
ran;re three, insnid Preble county, coutuin
ngtif ztacresot lund, moro or less ol
which the said Jacob Bickel died seized.
and ihe assignment ol dower therein to hi
And the defendants are further notified
that at tbe term of said Court of Common
Pleat, nuttto-be holden in and for said
county of Preble, the pUiotifF will make ap-
piicuuon mr an order o; partition, asjign
ment oi dower se. ,
FOOS & STFPHENS.x
Wtorney'B for Petitioner?.
Attest, Hiram 8hank, tlk.
April 20, 18li5-w6. - prf81G 50.
THE ALVEllTISEll having been restor
ed to health i" a few week, by a very
simple remedy, after htviug suffered sever
al years with a .severe lung affection mid
that dread disease, Consumption, is anxiout-
to m.iko known to his feilow sufferers the
means of cure.
loan who desire it, he will send a copy
of the prescription us (free of charge), with
the direction, for breDarinir and ntina- the
arae, which they will find a sure cure for
Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, to. The
only object of the advertiser in sending the
rrescription is to benebt the afflicted, and
spread information which he conceives to be
invaluable, and he hops every suOeror
try his remeday, as it will cost them notb-
ng and may prove a messing.
Parties wishing tbe prescription - will
please address ' . . .
llEV. KUWAliU A. WILSON,
Williamsburgh, Kings County, New York, ,:
reb 23, itJba-mosa. . , ...
An Elegant Novelty in Watches.
The cases of this watch, are an entirely
new invention, composed of six different
metals combined, rolled togetler and plan
ished, producing an exact imitation of 18
carat goid, called Arcana, which will al
ways keep its eolor. They are as beautiful
and durable as solid go'd, and are afforded
at one eighth the cost The . ease is beauti
fully desisned, with Panel and shield for
name, witb Patent Push Pin, and engraved!
in the exret style or the celebrated Gold
Hunting Levers and are really handsome!
uva-iau,r, aim bu mhvv ail luiuauui)
gold, as to dcty detection. Ihe movement
is manufactured by the well known St Jim
ier Watch Company of EuroDe. and are su-
Iperbly finished, engravedpallets; fancy carv.j
eu uriugpui aaiusung reguinior, with sjold
balanced, and the imnroved ruby jewelled!
action with line dial and skeleton
and is warranted a gcod time keeper. These
watches are of three different sizes, the
smallest being for ladies and are all Hunt
nr.u. 1 r: 1 1 v. . .
mill . . ins hn. i a
"KVMB A Ulllt, Will MB IHOL
r-l . j,ii,.oileBU
imi. f ajne
We are the sole agents for this watch
ine united states, and none are (rename
wmcn 00 not Dear oar Xrade Mark. ' '
t, 1 . WW, . . . . 0
Addres . . , ' 'I :1
DEVAUGH A CO-Jmporteri, '
15 Maiden Lane, New York, ' ''"
Feb 9,1865 3 mos. :
Editor of Pretr.
' UEM Hia: With vonr nerm aainn
with tossy to the readers of your paper
in an elegant Morocco Case for $25,00:1),,:
will readily sell for three times the.e cos.B
that I will send, bf retnrn mail, tn all
wish it (free) a Recipe, with full directions
(1 r making and using a simple Vegetable
Balm that will effectually remove, in ten
davs. Pimnlea. BlntnhM. Imn Frakla ..J
an 1m purines 01 ine emn. leaving the same
son, ciear, imootn ana Beautiful.
I will also mail free to those havinir
liald Heads; or Bare Faees, simple direo-J
110ns aaa iniormnuon mat will enable them
to sUrtafuU growth oi LuxuriaitH
Whiskers, or a Moustache, in less than thir
ty davs. -. -. .
411 applications answered by retnrn mail
1 ?i . i - . 1 . .
wunouv cnarge. . ,;: .-
Hespectruliy yonrs, k' '.., ' - .
TH08- F CHAPMAN, Ch imist.
831 Broadway, New York
March !, 16C5. Smos. -
.ihey aeyer roil in destroying worm mat
1ST NERVOUS D E B I LITY,
RtflMAL WEAKNESS, Etc., CAN B3
"IUUED BY one who bai r.-allr cured him
elf and hundred of other, and will tell
ton nothing but the TUUTH. Adirtti
ith iUmp. EDWARD H. TRAVER,
LiOck uox, lioaion nasi,
i March 2. 1865-yrl. .,
ntYTaTEMI TBIf THEMilTRY ONE BOX! :
Only TwontyFlve Cents. "
PURELY VEGETABLE.?. A
0 OOP FA MIL Y PJ1 YS1 CIA Jv ;
t . Cures Liver Complaint.
Cafet Nervous or Sick Headache, .
Ah infallible remedy for Seat Worfts.
jaconaianur aiuict ino i.nuurcn.
A sure remedy for Fevers, If taken in tbe
early stages. ... ,- ni
Each Box Contains 25 rills.
Try r)n Boxl Send 25 cents, n1 we will
?end by Mail; or send 92, and we will send
one dozen 5 " i ', ;t
' Drnggists supplied on ressonaole terms,
' ' 81 Nassau Street, Box 8,831.
For reference to the Rev.'Mr. Halladay,
Indianapolis. ' . .
itev. Air. rihelling, Chicago. . . ,.
' All orders lor the trade, most be address-
dta ' ' '...-..
DEM US fARN9, It CO,
21 Park Row, N. Y.
Feb. 23, 1865-mosH. . r, ,o
WI0l,EALK akd ar.TAii," ' .'
BOOKSELLER & STATIONER,
South east Corner of Main and Pearl S($.,
OppotUt tht Viltzent Manx,
RICHMOND ) INDIANA. ,
KEEPS a general atsortment of School
Booht, Blank Book; Fhtlograph
Album; Paper, Envelope, and a variety
of Stationery, r '. ';" ' '
Ktrfrices a I-iw as any other establiiu
mnt in tho Went. ' 1
Feb. 15. 18B5 !f
Cincinnati, Eaton & Richmond
ULSTER J KllAKOEMENT. "
Passenger trains will run on this 7 ad,
leaving the several stations as iouow:
(11 nsville. ...
IS m rvillo
lArr. Itii limonil
10.401 Arr. at fin...
S. C. C iv-ven, AVt Sup'u . 4
hands.Bwarrented to give entire satisfaction.
Ikat . .ill .kam
.l,nIr', ." accommodation
Main Street. P.aton.
"he Best of Bourbon Whisky.
OVEU TWO YEARS OLD
Vill be sol', in nuantitiiM varying from a
'gill to three gallons, to suit purchasers, at
three per gallon..
Call in and see jony. in resneci 10 re
freshments he pledges himseU to please you
better than "Any Other Man " .
Eaton, March z. .leuo-tnos
GREAT COMBINATION" !
ICarriage & Buggj
The- nndersigned - keens constantly on I
hand all kinds of custom-made worV, (1 el
stylei,) such as Buggies, Carriages ant
Spring Wagons; alsy every description of I
jirpainng ana jtepamnng
done m k neat ind substantial manner
Terms as low as can be bought anywhere)
in me west.
He respectfully invites all to give him
DVB..,, . .. j . ,. , . w. .
1HC nu examine nis siock on nana ana
v ' . : , - '
;Corner of Sixth andElmSts.
Tab above Honae, liftviDir been
newly furnished aud fitted up, it now open
,01 the traveling
Kay Quests visiting the city.' either on
business or pleasure, will bad the CLir
TON -HOU8t, pleasantly loeated, and eon,
venient to the business part of tie city.
.Convey Passengers to and 'from the
BREAKFAST For Passengers let
ing on Early Traini. ' ' v-'
kBoard Per Day V"$2 00-
;:".' ! i ;' : Proprietor