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Aug. 12, 137?.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT.
Our (own is dull.
Dout forget oor Fair.
The days are shortening.
No raiu for 2,' days last week.
The country is drying out.
Musty wheat will be plenty.
Ague is having a good run.
This is "Can-Can" season.
The grape crop will be large.
The potato bug season is over.
Rag money taken on subscription.
Kov. Z. T. Sullivan will be absent
from his pulpit for four weeks.
A little over two weeks and our
schools will open agiin.
Isn't it strange that green blackber
ries are always red ?
The Iato water movement beat the
crusade of one year ago.
Sunshine is what the farmers want
now.
Cabbage worms are spoiling the
. kraut business.
How many farmers wore in the
King-ni asters Convention?
For a change we bad a shower of
rain on Sunday.
The evenings and mornings are
cool.
The bright sunny weather has
cheered up many of the despondent. -Considerable
wheat will bo saved
in this county.
M. Sturm has the largest Stock of
Trunks and Valises.
The farmers are good voters, but
they won't do to hold office. So said
the Ecpublicau Eiug-masters Conven
tion. This (Thursday) is tho last of the
dog days. The dugs have had their
days now.
Cucumbers and lots of ice water
are recommended to persons having
a desire to shuffle ofT.
Hayes will not carry his own town
for Governor of Ohio. The crusade
killed him at home.
Tho Teachers Institutes is now in
session in Eaton. It seems to bo well
attended.
The fly crop is largo and annoying.
Housekeepers are engaged in daily
battles with pestiferous swarms.
Where, oh where is the music
grinder and the frisky monkey ? For
months our streets have missod them.
Prof. Alex. Forbes, of Cleveland,
will deliver a Freo Lecture npon some
educational subjects, at the City Hall,
Wednesday evening, Aug. lllh.
Our Street Commissioner has bad
our streets scraped. Now let the
Board of Health "sec to some of our
back yards.
The Eaton Baud treated the citi
zens to a serenade from the Court
House steps, on Saturday evening
last.
Mr. Oldfattikk is not a grocerer,
as we stated last week ; neither is he
a Granger, but is now engaged in (he
manufacture of tile.
"Lunatic fringe" is the name given
to the fashion of cropping the hair
and letting the ends hang down, over
the forehead.
With $100,000 a year the very poor
est clcrgrman might struggle onward
toward Zion and not caro much. how
many years it tpok to reach it.
Pants, Vests, Coats, Collars,
Tics, Susponders, Hals, Caps, Trunks
and Valises, at Sturm's.
In the tickot given last week as the
one nominated by tho Republican
Convention, the name of Levi Kis
inger, for Infirmary - Director, was
emitted.
When you sco a boy fondly fold his
hands over his front waist-buttou,and
meekly bow his head, you may know
that the presence of green apples is
receiving due respect. ' . "
Put both your lower limbs into one
leg of your pantaloons ; take the other
leg, roll into a bunch and tie it be
hind you; then try to walk. That
will teach you how nice a pull-back
dress is.
Money is what I want. I will give
yon the full value. M.STUItM.
' A yonng lady was recently heard
to say, with a sigh, "What with being
tied around above, and lied around
below, I have not had a good square
sit down for three months."
Items are scarccr-than mosquitoes
in December. Nobody is doing no
thing and no one knows nothing a
bout it. Nobody is going nowhere
and nothing is going on.
An observing street corner idler
says be has learnt one thing by ths
opportunities ofTered by tho pull-back
6tyle of dress the garter is now worn
above the knee.
In reply to the request of tho Paris
Academy of Natural Science, we
would say that, we cannot exchange
publications with them, but think
they would better subscribe for the
work complete, which will be issued
in book" form as soon after the "trea
tises are published in our journal as
possible. The engravings alone will
be worth twice the price of our book,
$1500.
Go to Sturm, if you want to buy
very CHEAP GOODS.
"McC,." correspondent of the Eaton
Register from Camden, shows too
much "true inwardness" in regard to
the election of Sammy Dix, for Trea
surer. "There is many a slip between
the cup and the lip," Mack, and wo
advise you not to build too high on
Sammy's prospective vacancy. Some'
times tho people take queer notions
about voting men out of good com
fortable positions, merely to accoui
modate them with an office.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Natural History--Hogs.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Natural History--Hogs. NUMBER 3.
It is with much diflidenco that -we
approach this sjibject. In fact very
few men, even the most scientific, care
to approach a hog. Hogs are- divided
by natural historians into several dis
tinct kinds or classes. As the wild
hog and the tamo hog, the country
ho;r and tho town bos. Wild boss
in great numbers inhabit the vast for
ests of Russia. Tho author of this
treatise, while traversing tho great
Russian Steppes, saw wild hogs in all
their native grandeur, sitting on'thosc
steppes. He called the attention of
his companion, tho Emperor Nicho
las to them, who quietly remarked,
that the great Russian Bear, about
which so much is said in modern di
plomacy, would never trouble Turkey
so long as wild hogs were plenty.
Hogs aro noted for their cleanly hab
its, their sweet and guileless disposi
tion and their musical gifts. It is
these quali ics which have made hogs
the pets of man in all ages. Hard in
deed, must bo tho heart, which can
withstand the plaiulive notes of a
hungry pig.
Nothing adds inoro to the beauty
of a town, than to sco tame hogs me
andering about its streets and alleys.
The writer has been informed that the
august city Council of tho very town
where your paper is published, by
special ordinincc make it tho impera
tive duty of every householder, who
is able, to own a few hogs or a sow
and pigs, to turn them itito-tlic streets.
Nothing could be more indicative of
Ihcir good taste and generous culture.
The Marshal is ordered to place in
tho public pound, any man, woman
or child, who disturbs swine, when
they aro rooting tip sidewalks and
grass plats, to extract therefrom the
noxious worms and different kinds of
bugs, which burrow therein. Too
much praise cannot be bestowed upon
tho enlightened public spirit, which
soars above party turmoils and illibo
ral prejudices and as between the
uohifort and freedom of tho individual
and the elegant instincts of swine,
promptly, decides to stand or fall
with the hogs.
. The difference between, town hogs
and country hogs, is very striking.
The town hog has usually less gravi
ty specific gravity, than the country
hog. His facnltics are more brisk
and he is more given to active and
less to reflection, than the country
hog. Town hogs are from their birth
trained to habits of industry. It be
ing lhcir special duty to act as scav
engers, they lose no time. Thev have
to inspect the contents of every slop
bucket, even if they must take a gate
off the binges to get at thorn. They
linvo to examine into the condition of
every gutter. Tliey are supplemented
in their efforts by Boards of Health,
but where a Board of Health removes
one offensive smell, a hog will remove
a hundred. We have sometimes tho't
town hogs wore not very particular
what they cat. but upon examination
wo came to the conclusion that their
eyes were so far from the end of the
snout, they could not sec what their
noso wits in. Wo think if they had
another pnir of eyes nearer the nose,
they would be more particular in this
respect. Wo' believe their running
the streets and poking their noses into
other people's business, has u tenden
cy to make town hogs run to nose.
They certainly do not need so much
nose to 6mell with. It is very good
to -peel Elm trees with and in the
country they aro much .used for that
purpose. They arc handy to run
through picket feuccs and root up
gardens with. Tho attitudo of the
noble animal in the cut which a'doois
this article, represents tho town hog
just as ho has withdrawn his snout
through-a Tence, after it had received
a blow from an indignant gardener.
Hogs don't blow their noses much,
but they receivo a great many blows
from othors. Blows furnished to
hogs nose, especially a town hog, is
about the only way yon can make him
change his mind about the 'direction
he will travel. We havo seen a town
hog, evidently bent upon going west.
and growing up with the country,
change his mind and strike east in a
twinkling, when somebody had blowv
ed his nose for him. If vou wanta
town hog to go north, try and get a
few boys to chase him south. In this
way you can get them to go the way
you want them. Country hogs are
broken to the halter, and we hare, seen
a country hog with a rope tied round
one hind leg, lead its owner for miles,
and seemingly manifest great aflec
tion for him.
In our treat i so upou Cats, we at
tempted to show our readers how our
language developed from tho custom
and habits of. that beautiful animal
From tho days when musical roll of
the Sanscrit, whoso majestic ruins
arouse the enthusiasm of the phrciiol
orist to tho present day, language has
grown from trivial cijcunistaiiccs to
words and phrases of profound mean
ing. Tho boy at school, as ho pon
dcrs over liquid measures, (and the
writer was always much more partial
to this than dry measures, although
he was no crusader) little thinks that
the thick skinned pachyderm, which
for short we call a hog, suggested the
idea of calling sixty-threo gallons
hogs-head. The vessel called a hogs
head, wns, beforo tho invention of th
beer tank, tho largest made, and by
watching tho vast amount which
hog would get through his head to fill
his stomach, the idea of calling it
hogs-head was suggested.
Since Natural History began to as
sume the beautiful outlines of a sci
ence, great attention has been devot
ed to the culture and development of
the hog. In the western hemisphere
one of the most successful breeders of
hi heautiful animal, succeeded so
admirably, that the pork which came
from his yard is known the world
over as swiiic-FLaiscu, or the swine
of Mr. Fleisch. It was by the cross
ing the stock of Mr. Fleisch, with that
of a celebrated connosscur in the same
line, by tho name of Shaw, that was
produced tho rare stock owned by
one Gustavus Peters, a great natural
istorian, whose numerous works
avc attracted the attention of the
learned and liberal professions, espe
cially the law. It is related upon
good authority, that one of the chief
officers of the high Court of Justice
of tho Peace, by the name of Gold
smith, by virtue of a writ, attempted
o seize upon some of the hogs of the
oble Gustavus, to satisfy -the rapaci
ty of a heartless creditor, when the
ogs became a'armcd and climcd tall
trees, even to their topmost boughs,
nd the luckless officer had to pursue
them and shake them down. It was
ot until a writ of "ke exeat reo-
num had been placsd in Lib nanus
t hat he felt the least assurance he could
apture them.
There was a noted Swinologist by
the name of Dufficld, who carried tho
improvement of breeds to such per
fection that bis hogs grew to so pon
derous a sizo that tho Legislature of
the Slate in which he lived passed a
pecial act forbidding his hogs to
;rov more than ten feet in length, or
fifteen feet in diameter. Ho at once
put his hogs npon half rations, but
they became so fat notwithstanding
this restriction, that he reduced their
rations, more and is yet sorely per
plexed. For a long lime it has been an ad
mitted fact that pork killed in the
lit of the moon would shrink in
cooking, if killed in the dark of the
moon would swell. As the various
scientists began to reflect upon this
strange phenomena, one of the most
pious and cradito of their number
called attention to tho fact, that au
ccount was given in snored writ,
That when tho Devil got into the
herd of swine, they ran violently down
steep placo into the lea." And up
on an examination ot metoonogicai
records of both ancient and modern
times it was found that the tides ever
since have risen and fallon, in strict
accordance with the lights and shades
cast upon the surface of tho great
deep by the moon, and the more ad
vanced scientists now believe that it
is tho alternate swelling and shrink
ing of the pickled pork iu the ocean
which produced the grand phenom
ena, the tides of the great deep.
We would indeed be pleased could
wo say all in ono treatise which our
prolific subject suggest. But wc must
close. We might further follow our
theme. There is an end to every
thing even a town hog sooner or
later his evil destiny overtakes him,
and
The scene shuts nn with loss of breath
And leaves no epilogue but death.
Sturm keeps the largest stock of
Clotiiing in the county.
Something near two years ago James
Bruce had a mare stolen from his pas
ture near Eaton, but never got track ot
lief until on Saturday last, when he
was somewhat surprised at seeing her
standing quietly in the street hitched
to a buggy. It seems that Mr. John
Vermillion who has heretofore lived
in Darke Co., has recently rented Dr,
Stepheu's farm north of town, and
moved on to it amonc the animals
owned bv him was Bruee's mare. Mr.
Vermillion was fully as much astonish
cd as Mr. Bruce, he having purchased
or trailed for the mare in Darke co. soon
after she was stolen. We understand
that ho knows tho man he got her of,
but wo heard none of the par ticulars
except that tho rarty was a colored man
We hope Mr. Vermillion will be able to
make himself whole in the matter.
Everybody says Sturm can sell cheap-
-, and more Goods than any man in
the Country. Call and sco his New
Hats.
The "JACftsos House," (formerly
Doty House,) under the proprietorship
of Mr. Jackson, has been greatly im
proved and refurnished in elegant and
first-class style, and it now ranks sec
ond to but few hotels in the country
Tlie bill of fare at this house will be tlie
best the market can afford, and nothing
will be left undone by tho new Land
lord that will give comfort to his
guests. Stop and see.
I will sell mv Summer Goods at a sac
rifice to all. Keuicmbcr.
M. STURM.
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Our jovial j-oung friend, II. L. Bob
bins, Esq., having sensibly come to the
conclusion to paddle his own canoe, has
bought out J. S. Fowler & Bro's.,
Camden, and a3 every one predicted,
doing a first-class grocery business
thatlivety town.
M. Sturm is the only man in EatOH
who keeps a full line of Men s and
Youth's Collars and HATS.
David Overboltz, the contractor, has
about completed the job of covering the
sewer running from the depot to the
west end of the town of Camden.
will cost about $1,000, but the citizens
pay it. It was a want long felt.
Go and get tlie EATON BELLE Col
lar, at Sturm's.
The Bostick Bro's., of Camden, saw
ed at their new Saw Mill, in the south
end of town, a few days since, ISO feet
of lumber in 11 minutes. Who can
beat that?
M. Sturm will come before the Citi
zens of Eaton and surrounding country
once more, with a nkw link of Huts
nnl Cups; all of the latest styles and
variety. lie will sell his Summer Stock
50 per cent, below cost, iu order
make room for his imtr ense pall acd
Wiuter Stock.
For the Eaton Democrat.
IMPROMPTU.
Oiitpldp. tlie air was lliick villi mi?t,
Wilhin, lime, 5hw was flitting,
lltfore a lingy fire-place
A lMTofont girl wu3 sitting.
When suddenly aranine yelp,
Arousel lier from lier musings;
Anil quick she liasuwtl lu the door.
Nut e'en a moment losing.
Anil uon espyeil a stranger tnlt
lHiwn through the yarit come walking;
A comb alie snatched and !ru.hcil her hair
' Anil then sat down to rocking.
The faithful clock ticked on and on,
An.I still site aaf. and waited;
For yet no nearer did he secro,
Khe still to wait was fated.
At length his voice the silcn-je broke;
"Hello r he cried out wildly,
And as she ueared the oiien door,
"Will this dog bite?" (quite mildly.)
Now this yna know was comic, sure;
For such a sly young student,
Bi'fore a "pnrp" six Inches high.
To act so very prudent.
Hut sh ! no satire here Is meant,
lu W , thus jirstiug;
If pleasure's to be had from life,
lt'a shrely worth tiie wresting.
For sweetest rest is ever found.
Succeeding hardest labor;
lie it accomplished by the pen.
By (ion lard, sword or sabre.
The day-god wins his sweetest praise
Wheu In the eve he's dying;
And eulogies are read o'er man
When In the grave he's lying.
When storm has left us naught but gloom.
Tin then the sun shines brightest;
The soul that bears earth's deepest griefs,
In Heaven will shine the whitest.
Then chase away despondent thoughts;
Your life Willi joy well season;
I.cave to the sage, dull ancient love,
For youth 'tis out ot reason,
TIs trne thy time not all must be
Despoiled by careless leisure:
But when In darkness think of light.
And mix with work some pleasure.
One thought alone these lines must close;
TIs ever be as prudent.
And e'er as quick to guard 'gainst foes.
As this mischievous student.
EDITH TREVELLYN.
EDITH TREVELLYN. FAIR HAVEN, O., Aug. 1875.
Cull anil ace STURM'S Hats if vou
don't want to buy ho will show them.
Good Lustre Coats at Sturm's, for
Two Dollars.
Money I want and will sell Summer
Goods at and below cost.
Go to Stuioi forXo. 1 Clothing.
Go and examine Stuiim's immeusc
Stock of Hats.
. - .
Go and jrrt one of the latest styles of
HATS, at Sturm's.
Sturm need money.
Go and buy of
him; he sells cheap.
Hope for the Despondent.
If you have been coughing a long
time and begrin to despair of recovery,
or if vou have taken a recent cold, go
it onre to the Drug Store of Michael A
Sons', Eaton, and get a bottle of Dr.
Morris' Syrup of Tar, VViid Cherry and
llorehound. lake it anu be well. AO
other medicine acts ?o promptly and ef
fectually in Coughs, Colds, ami all dis
eases of tlie throat, lungs and Chest,
leading to Consumption. Hundreds
who once thought they had that dread
disease have been restored to health, by
tlie use of this almost magic remedy.
It is also tlie best known snecihe tor
Croup, and iwer fails iu Whooping
Cough. Trial size 10 cents. Call for a
circular.
July 15, 1375-ml
EATON MARKETS.
GRAIN.
W'hcnt, iwr bus
Corn, ir bit,
Knev. iwr mm.
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llye, por 1m, .....
i imoinv-mfi'd. pit bus
Fla.x-seid, per bus
OCTOBER ELECTION.
Ed. Dkmocrat Ph ase announce the
name of W. P. Dugginsas an Independ
ent candidate for County Treasurer,
subject to the decision of the voters at
the October election, and oblige
THE GERMANS.
Editor of Dkmocrat Ton will please
announce to tlie voters ot Preble conn
ty, that John K. Bcaty will be an Inde
pendent candidate for the office of
County Treasurer, at the next October
election, and oblige Many v oteks,
Editor Dkmocrat Please announce
my name as an Indepedcut candidate
for re-election to tlie office of Clerk of
the Court of Preble county, subject to
tlie decision of the voters at the polls on
tne I2UI av or October.
W. D. QUINN.
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THE PARKER CUM.
EEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
PARKER BRtfS .
WEST MER1DEN.CT.
Partitioa Sale.
Case No. 3093.
Anna udge,
vs.
) Orde
y Sale iu
, etal.) tition.
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Par
Margaret Blackford
BY virtue of an order of sale issued
from the Court of Common Pleas,
of Preble county, Ohio, in the above
stated case, and to the Sheriff of said
county direcied, I will offer for sale at
puuliu auction, on tlie premises,
Oil Jfondny, Set. 13, 1873,
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, p.
m., the following premises, situate in
Preble county. Ohio, and being 84 acres
out of the south half of Section 19, town
ship 9, range 2, east; commencing at
the south-we t corner ofsaidsecti n;
thence north 100 rods; thence cast 81
rods; thence south 100 rods; theuce
west S4 rods to tlie place of beginning.
Al.-o, the north-weft quarter of Sec
tion 19, Township 9, Kange 2, east, con
taining 122 acres, less acres off of
tlie north end of said quaKter, owned by
J. G. llolsingcr. The two tracts here
in described containing 1HG acres
land, more or less. Appraised at $49
per acre.
TEUMS One third cash, one-third
in one year and one-third in two years
from day of sale; deferred payments
bear (i per cent, interest, and to be se
cured bv mortgage on tlie premises.
JOH N TOWNSKN I), Sheriff.
Campbell & Gilmore, Att'ys.
Aug. 12, 1875-tds prf $7,20
G. SCHLENKER,
DH.M.Klt IN
GOLD AND SILVER
SS9
Clocks and Jewelry
Silver and Plated Ware !
GOLD PENS, SPECTACLES
&c.9 &c, &c.
Main Street, Eaton, Ohio.
Call und see the finest selection
Eiito i.
3? All kinds of Impairing promptly
attended to and warranted,
Eutuu, April 2J7 bZl-tim.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
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Sheriff's Sale.
Cusp No. 3131.3
ISAAC X. WELSH, "
a. Vnrrier of Sale on
STERMMMi.TUTTLE, ct alj M.trlvngc.
I'UltwUANTto a nlnrlin onlrr of sale issued from
the rutin of Common Pipn. within mitl for I hp
couutr oflTcblu ami Stale of Ohio, In the tilwive
5tM-d caMMiii-l toth fSlieritfof snhl fimut v ti
rt.'ied, I cff,;r liir salt at public auction, at the
door of tlie Court Iluue, in Kaloii,
Oti Saturday, Sept 11, 1S75,
between the hours of ant 4 o'clock, p. m., tlie fol-
Iowiiik premises, mtuutt in Katun, 1 ruble county,
Ohio, uud described as follows, to-wft :
HeitiK I" the north inirt of tlie town of Eaton,
an.) hpinffAll of out-Iot nuinher 2, as numhored
and desUnnted on tlie pint of out-Lots laid out by
bMrauiu JemiiiiK in an addition to the original
plat of oiit-I-ots of the said town of Euton. and on
tlie nor Ui of said original plat of oat-Lots, iJaid
out-Lot contains 3i acres, more or less,
Alo, ttiw following described real estate, situate
In Eaton, Ohio, lo-wit: Ifetng all of iu-Lot tuny.
bPrJ.RK Numbered and designated on the plat of
said town, which was laid off Into Town Lots and
platted Lv the Commissioners of Preble count as
nn addition to the original plat of iu-Lots ofthe
grtid town.
Also, Hie following described real estate, to-wit:
Reing all of Lots numbers 4, 5, , 7, 8. ,10, 1, 2, a,
11, 1J, l::lt,of Samuel HfttleV nub-aJi vision or
Lot number IV, hi Pleasant .leiuiliiKti' addition to
the out-lds ul said town of Eaton. Ap:ralsed at:
I ll-IOt WO .!,..... yjwi
Out-Lots No. 1 A 3
liocacu
2 &
lot) "
5& 14
ti
7 A 12.
8 All
13 ..
. 70
31 ncre tract JZll 4W
T Kit MS OF SALE-One-thlrd cash, one-third In
9 months and one-third in n months fromdiiyof
sale; deferred payments to bear C per cent, inter
est, and to be secured by mortgage ou the prem
ises. JOHN TOWXSEND, Sheriff.
R. W.Ql-in-v, Att'y.
Aug. li is;.v-tds prf $0,00
Sheriff' 8 Sale.
Case No. 3710.
Breen Micr,
Micr, 1
s. Order of sale
wis, et al.) Mortgage.
vs,
Henry Lew
PURSUAJTT to an order cf sale Issued
from thg Court of Common Pleas,
of Preble county, Ohio, in the above
stated case, and to me directed, I will
offer for sale at public auction, at the
door of the Court House, in Eaton,
t)i Saturday, August 28, 1875,
between the hours of 1 and 1 o'clock, p.
in., the following premises, situate in
Preble county, Ohio, and described as
follows, to-wit:
Being half Lot number C3, as known
and designated on the town plat of W st
Alexandria, being two rods in front
and eight rods back. Appraised at f 400
Terms cash.
JOHXTOWXSEXD, Sheriff.
Campbhll & Gilmore, Att'ys.
July 21), 1875-tds prf $4,80
. Sheriff's Sale.
(Case So. 3G97.) "
Detrick Gland cr,l
vs. On Attachment.
Oliver Bidenour.)
TJY virtue of a vendi exponas issued
from the Corrt of Common Pleas, of
if reble countr, Ohio, and to me direct-
jed, I will offer at public sale, at the
oor of the conrt House, in .baton,
On Saturday, August 14, 1875,
between the hours of 2 and 5 o'clock, n.
ni., the following personal property, to-
wit: One Top Buggy and Pole, belong
ing to O.ivcr Kidcnour ; taken to satisfy
a judgment in favor of Detrick Glan
der. Said Buggy isoue of Bookwalter's
make, good as new. Jerniseash.
JOHN TOWXSEND, Sheriff.
July 29, 1875-tds prf $2,50
Partition Sale.
Case No. 3B59.
Simon llaupt, )
vs. i- wruer oi naie
Emanuel llaupt, ct al. ) in Partition,
jY virtue of a plurius order tfsale
t i issued from tlie Court of Common
Pleas of Preble countr, Ohio, in the
above stated case, and to tho Sheriff of
said county directed, I will offer for sale
at public auction, at the door of the
Court House, in La ton,
On Saturday, August 28,1875,
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, p.
m., the following premises, situate in
Preble county, Ohio, and described as
follows, to- it:
Being 102 acres of land off of the east
side of the north-east quarter of Section
30, Township 4, Kange 3, cast&e., and
beginning at the south-east corner of
said quarter section ; thence north 39
liai us and 13 links to the old corner;
thence west 25 chains and 5U links to a
stone corner; thence soutli 39 chains
mil l'l links to a stone corner; thence
east 25 chains and 5G links to the place
ot beginning.
Appraised at $35 per acre.
TMHMS One-third cash, one-third
in one year and one-third iu two years
lroin tlie day of sale; deterred pay
ments to bear 6 per cent, interest, and
to be secured by mortgage on the prem
ises.
JOHN TOWNSEND, Sheriff.
Foos & Fisuek, Att'vs.
July 29, 1875-tds prf $7.80
Sheriff's Sale.
Case No. 3G37.
n. B. Payne,
vs.
Order of Saloon
Jas. Wilson & w
rife.
Mortgage.
TJY virtue of a pltii ius order of sale
jj issued from tlie Court of Common
Pleas, of Preble countr, Ohio, iu the
above suited ca5e, and to tlie Sheriff of
said county directed, 1 will oiler for
sale at public auction, at the door of the
Court House, in .baton,
On Saturday, August 21, 1873,
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, p.
m., the lollowinsr premises, situate in
Preble county, Ohio, and described a3
follows, to-wit:
lleinga pxrt of Lot number 21, in tlie
town olJSew l'aris, beginning at the
north-west corner of said Lot; theuce
east 141 feet and S inches ; thence south
153 feet and 9 inches; thence west 141
feet aiul'Sinchcs to the north-west cor
ner ; thence north to the place of begin
ning. Also, the following described
real estate: Lot number 113, in John F.
Ireland's addition to said town of Xew
Paris, being 4 rods and 10 feet front,
and 10 rods deep. Appraised at $2,'JU0.
Terms cash.
JOIIX TOWNSEXD, Sheriff.
Foos & t'lsiiKit, Att'ys'
July 22 lS75-tds prf $,G0
Sheriff's Sale.
rCasc No. 2399.1
James li. Welsh, ) Order
vs. S a 1 e o
Samuel Ridcnour, ctnl.) Mortgage.
BY virtue of an order of sale issued
from the Court of Common Tleas,
of Preble comity, Ohio, in the nbovc
stated case, and to the bhenil ot said
county directed, I will ofler for sale
at public auction, at the door of the
Court House, in iaton,
On Saturday, August 14, 1S75,
between tho hours of 1 and 4 o'clock,
p. in., the following premises, situate
in Preble comity, Ohio, and describ
ed as follows, to-wit: '
Being the south half of Section -23.
Township 6, Kaugc 1. east, of a Hue
drawn from the mouth of the Great
Miami River, except 17 acres, more
leqs, deeded to James Ochaltrec
Joseph Ridcnour, sen., aud excepting
10 acres set oil to the said Samuel
Ridcnour as a homestead, and de
scribed as follows: Beginning on the
west line of tlie south-west quarter
section 2'J, andi8 poles from the north
west corny of said quarter; thence
due cast 25 rods ; thence soutli paral
lel with tho section line 01 rods;
thence west 25 rods ; thence north
rods to tho place of beginning, con
tnining 10 acres. Appraised at
per acre. Terms cash.
JOHN TOWXSEXD, Sheriff.
Millhi: & ILykuis uud J. 11. Foos
Att'vs.
July 15. 1875-tds prf 7,S0
BEW DRUG STORES
r iin Icrslgned would respectfully
1 Inform the citizens of Camden and
vicinity, that lie lias opened a
NEW DRUG- STORE
In Camden, On Main Street.
lie otters to the public a complete as
sortment ot
DTiTOS. CHEMICALS,
I'KRKrMEBY, TOII.KT ACTIOT.ES,
1-AlSTS. OILS,
VAUNIMHES, liLASS.
itttv, j!iir"mF.
LAMPS FIXTURES,
Choice Cigars A" Tobacco.
Pure Wines and Liquors,
for medical purposes, and all the Pat
ent Meduines of the day.
Pres. riptions carefully compounded
at all hours, day or night.
EST1 articular attention given to lin
ing Family lteccipts.3
Also, have on- hand h choice line of
stapiy anu taucy
Family Groceries !
All of which will be sold at LOW
PRICES, lie would respeel fully so
licit a share of public patronage.
JOHN P. WOUDSIUJS.
X. 15. Parties desirous of purchasing
PIANOS and ORGANS will do well by
calling on me before purchasing. Ex
tra inducements offered. J. P. W.
Camden, Juno 10, 1875-ly
C. C. NELSON,
DEALER IS
STOVES & TIN WARE!
CAMDEN, OHIO.
KEEPS constantly on hand a full
stock of all kinds of Stoves, Tin
and Sheet-iron Ware.
ALSO
Booflng, Guttering and Spouting,
promptly attended to on call, together
with repairing, cheap.
C. C. JN'ELSOJi.
C3?Store in Gard's corner, on Main
street, opposite the Danser House.
June 10, 137S-ly
WOOL! ! WOOL!!!
Headquarters for Wool !
If you want to exchange your Wool
for
Dry Goods or Cash.
goto Kl. F. STEPHENS.
Eaton, May 27, 1875. .
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R.
RAILWAY LINE.
Fasflenger Traing will run oa this Road, leafing
tne several station! as touowai
GOING NORTH..
No. 14 No. 46 Nn. 4
Accotu. Chicago Ex CAFt V.
ClnrtnnRtf 7 ft) p ni 7 30 a m
Hamilton 4 00 p. m. 8 tti p m K 32 a ra
SnierviUe-.. 6 04 p ui 8 3D p m 9 W a m
Cjiniien... 5 p ni 8 4'J p m 9 17 a m
F.utun (i oa p m 9 15 p m 9 43 a m
Klort-rice.., . 6 .'.0 p m 9 R5 p m 10 01 a m
Hlclinnmd...... 7 40 p m 10 OU p m 10 25 a m
GOING SOUTH.
No. 17. No. 29 No. 91
Chicago Ex C. A Ft. W. Accom.
Richmond....... i M m 6 :to p m 8 oo a m
Florence 6 14 a m (i 50 p in 8 40 a m
Katon .... S3 a m 7 07 p m 8 55 a m
Canri n fl m . a ni 7 TO p m 10 40 a m
fomirvllle 7 lo a m 7 41 p m 11 oo a m
Hiimilton 7 Ml a m 8 it p m 12 PJ p m
1nr)nn;itl 9 00 a iu 9 25 p m 1 30 p m
I. WILLIAMS, Gen'! fSnpt.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
SX ATE JOINT RESOLUTION
Relative to au amendment of Article
Eour tf the Constitution rclatiug to
the Judiciary.
KI--OrVKl. BY TITF fiRVEUAT. ASSEAf.
IllV OF TIIK STATK Jf OHIO, Miree-rilthsof
ui iin'niners cipcicu in citcn Jiouse agreeing
thereto,) ttiut it be and is hereby propose;! to the
eh-ctrs of this Stale to vote, at the next, animal
October elertion. niton the nnurovitl or rcit-f (inn nf
the fullowin? nnn'iirtment, as additional section of
AriK-je loiirui i lie isiittu union of the Slate of
uiiio, lo-wii;
Section ii. A commission, which fdiall consist
of five meinftfrs, shall b appointed by the Gov
ernor, with the iidvice nnt -ousent of the Senate,
the members ui' which .shall hold ofllee for the
term of three years from and after the first day of
r i-m uni f , io.u, i muiiuw ui BUUI1 ftri Ul ill OUS1-
neSM then ou the docket of the .Supreme Court an
shall, by arrangement between suid conimi-tsion
and said court, le transferred to (such commission;
aim Bam commission snail have like Jurisdiction
and power In respect to such business or are or
maybe vested In said court; and the members of
sum commission siuiil receivea like compensation
for the time betnsr, with the judges of said cou t.
a niMjoriiy oi ine niemuers ot said cum mission
shall he necessary to form a quorum or pronounce
u n.i.iiwii, nii'ifc Mc:i3.i niinn w tern iieu, en
tered and enforced ns the hidj-meins nfthf Ku-
preme Court, laud nt the expiration of tlie term of
nai'i iiiiiiiiiinniuii. Hit uiiniiif!! U lltl 1 SpOBlll UI, Snl
by It he certified to the Supreme Court and dispos
ed of aft if said commission had never existed. The
cicrK ana reporter ot said court Khali be the clerk
antt reporter oi sain commission, anu the com mi
slon shall have such other attendants, not exceed
ing In number those provided by law for said
court, which attendants said commission may ap
point and remove at its pleasure. Anr vacancy
occurring In said commission ahull hs filled by an-
puniiiiii'iii ui imc overiMr, wnn inenuvice ami
and If tlie Senate bC not In session, by the Oo
emor, but in such last case, such appointment
shall expire at the end of the next session of ti e
consent oi ine nemiie, nine senate he In session
iteiierai .Astern my. i ne lientnu Assembly inav,
on application of the Supreme Court, duly eiilerei
on the journal of tlie court and certified, provide
i iy law. whenever two-t birds oi such eaclij House
siii:l! concur lucre in, from time to time, for 1 he ap-
jjouiiiiLfin in iiKe manner ui a like commission
witn llKe powers. Jurisdiction and duties: nn.vi
ded, that the term of any such commission shall
not exceed two vcars, nor shall it be created nfteu
er than oyce in ten years. If this amendment
shall be adopted bv a majority of the elector of
the Stale of Ohio, votincat the next election hold-
en for the election ofenators and lieprescnta
tives. it shall become seel Ion twentv-twn nfthe
fourth Article of the Constitution of the State of
unio.
At iich election the voters desiring trt rote in
favor of the adoption of this amendment, shall
"FOP. THE COMMISSION;"
The voters who do not favor Hie mlonion of sncli
amendment, shall place upon their tmllots the
wurus,
M1I.TOV MWOV
Speaker pro tern. f the House of Representatives.
1'residcut of UicSeuAic.
Adopted March S0,l&r.
of
ii
SENATE JOINTRESOLUTIOX
Proposing an Amendment to the Con
btitmion of the State of Ohio.
IX KSOI. V K 1 , V. Y T 1 1 K O K X K A f . A SS V. SI B L
OK TllKSTATKoy OHIO. That an amendment
to the Constitution of the State of Ohm be pio;m
ed in the following word, to-vvll: Notwithstand
ing the provisions of the second section ot this Ar
ticle, the Oeneral Assembly shall have (inner
provide by law, tor the assessment of a special tax
on dogs without regard to value, audio provide
for tlie confiscation and killing nf such animals
upon failure or refusal of the owner, keeper or har
borer thereof, to pav such special tax. If this
amendment to the Constitution of the Mate
Ohio sin: U be adopted by a maiorHy of the electors
oi'the Stale of Ohio, votingat thcnet election
holden for the eleetlon of Senators mid !feprt;t-'e,i-tnttves,
shall become section suven of the twelfth
Article ofliie Cnm;iitiHi.n of tlie state oiOli'o. At
such election the voters desiring to vole in favor
nam amendment, suair have written or printed o
their ballots tlie words. "KOll amkmimkx
TAX1NO iMKiS;" those dcsirimr to voteacainst
the amendment the wur-ls, "AO AlST AAllD-
(SKO.L. CONVERSE.
Speaker of the Home of H'-presentatives.
a WHoxso iiai;t,
President of the Senate.
Adopted Mart It 29, 1875.
April S. Iii7.'i-m
or
by
of
04
65
Farm Fcr Sals!
rTWIE undersigned ill offer at private
1 sale
311-4 Acres of Wall im
proved Land,
ten acres of which is well timbered, sit
uate in Twin Township, about one mile
aud a quarter north-east, of Lexington,
on the free turnpike, known
a part of the ettate ot v avette v ysomr
The improvements arc a two-?torv brick,
with summer kitchen aud wood hous
attached, los barn, corn cribs, a good
well of water, and two first rate orch
ards. I he above land will be sold
reasonable terms. For for further in
formation. &c, apiilv to cither of
subscribers. PEKIiY WYSOVG,
VALEX1TXE ILEIi
Eatou. .Till' 8, l.S75-li!i
rro BUY INDIAN RELICS of
X kinds, CsoSogical Speci
mens of every dcscriitioii. Trilo-
bitss, d all kinds of Petrified
Subs'ances. ,
X. K. STEl'lIKXS
.Liu. 2S, 1875--.v(i
Y
lo
of
of
as
SPRING TB-ABE!
SAVE YC US MONEY
by in; tu
M. FILBERT
9
HEALER 17
Gents' Furnishing Goods-
A choice assortment of
Cassimcres, Broadcloths
and Doeskins,
readv to be made up to order in Genls'
Clothing. Al-o, a large stork of
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
of dillerent styles, which he will sell as
low as any house in Katon. II.ITK
and CAiS of every stvlo at small
profits. Call at the old stand, 2 doors
east of Cherry street, in his Xew Block.
M. 1-lLIih.Kl.
Faton, O., April 22, S75.
THE F.VF.H rOPCLAtt
HOWE SEWiNG MACHINE
CAN be seen at our office as below
specified, where will always be
found a full stock; also, a good supply
of
Silk Thread. Cotton and
Needles.
Everv person wishing to buy a first-
class SEWIXti MACIUN'E should not
fail to call and examine our stock and
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
We claim lor this machine
CREATED DURABILITY,
f Jflore Elastic SZitcIt,
and better adapted for all kinds of work
than any other machine now in the
market ; and will guarantee entire sat
isfaction. tSTSold on easy terms, in monthly
payments, if desired.
THE HOWE MACHINE GO,
DANIEL W1KEL, Jr.,
Supervising Agent.
Eaton, Preble Co., O.
Eaton, March 11, 1S75
Frank Cotterman,
DEALER IS
T. T. HAYDOCK'S
MANU-FACTTIIK OF
lfiss, CaBiajss, Spring-fajuss, &e.
Which ho will warrant to give entire
satisfaction. This work will outsell all
other work of the kind iii the city, at
the. same prices, when once tried. Give
mo a call if you want any thing in this
line, and I will fit yon with Harness of
the best Leather. All warranted
EATON, OHIO.
Katon, April 22, lS75-3m
ft! BOOT 1 SHOEfH
Barron Street, Eaton, Ohio
KKEPS constantly on hand a large
stock of first-class
BOOTS AND SHOES,
which he will sell nt reasonable prices
for cash, lie will do all kinds of Re
pairing promptly, and on the most
liberal terms. Give him a call.
F. MICHAEL.
Christ. Brown's old stand, Barron
St., Eton, O.
Jiaton, Fct. 4. 1875-tf
JOHN LANDER!
WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL DEALER
llUuM!
Provisions,
COMMERCIAL BLOCK,
EATON, OHIO.
ItT'HigliesI price in cash or trade, p&id for
K1UU8 oi
Cotmtiv
Produce.
Eaton, Nov. 21, 1871.
RQDDIE REYHOlflS.
THE ONLY STOVE MADE
With Sliding Oven Doors.
Patented Feb. 2, 1869, and Sept 2, 1S69.
deli:i: ix
Tin k Sheet-Iron Ware!
-r-AI.SO
Galvanised Wurlc of all
SCC'll AS
Window Czps,
Ccrn:ces,
Bracksts,
Ualtistrades,
Crestlngs, &c, Sic
ES"Kcpairing promptly and neatly
executed.y;
Old Rags $ Iron Taken
in Exchange.
Shop on Barron Street, opposite the
Court House.
Eaton, iay 27, l.-7.".-!y
5
Free Turnpike Notice.
on
the
all
NOTICE is hereby given that a peti
tion will be presented to the Board
of County Commissioners, of l'rebli
county, at their next regular session,
commencing on tlie tiist Monday
September, 1875, a-MH for the :il
poiiitmcnt ot Commissioners t Li y on,
and construct a frcu turiipiKii load
the following roi.te, to-wit: (.'oiumcne.
ins on the Brcnnersville o ryrmom
Fi ee Tiirnpike, at tlie corner of Sec
tions No. 11, 1, 1" & 14, Twin Tou
and to run thence s.-uth m tin
.Section lincUV'j miles, t the uortli ter-lilhHl.-i
of the Ax'-i frc tnri:;!k:.
MA XV fK'i'i'i !i:!"i;s.
.luiv is-.-.vv.-i;.
ot
on
n
shio, First Rational Bask.
OF EATON.
Cash Capital: $1 0.000
Bank of Discount & Deposi1-.
ITAVIXG removed to and occupied
1 JL mir old room In tlie Odd Follows'
linildiiiir, liich lias lie. n crentlv fii-
l;ir;i!d i'md thoroughly r furnisliod with.
i view to noroiiiiiiod:itiiir our mi-nucsa
wauls more thoroughly. Wc do
A General. Banking Bitsin rn.',
n all its various forms : Kocoive Dopo.e-
!( lor eithor i.o.no or shout tunc, hii'I
illow -intm:kst on T.JIK Dpiosits aft
ler special agreement with parlies mak-
in;r the same.
C. F. BROOKE, Cashier.
June 11, 174-tf
PREBLE COUNTf BANK,
II. C. Hiestaud, I
Andrew IlieMand,
Jacob n.
John P. Acton, .
Win. II. Tizzard
Foos. .
H. C. HiESTAfc'D & CO.
Bank of Discount & Deposit-
-PEAL IX-
Covernment and County
Bonds, Coin and Exchange-
MONEY TO LOAN
ON MBKKAt, TERMS.
INTEREST PAID ON TIMe'dEPOSITS.
Katon, Feb. 4, 1875-ly
A LARGE ARRIVAL
SPEitHG i SEI1MEB
WH, M. WILSON'S,
DIRECT FROM
Philadelphia and New York-
J HAVE NOW, TIIE
LARGESTSTOCK
Hats, Caps Boots. Shoes, and
t7-A.iJL-'Jt!JX,,
er brought to this market, which havo
all been bought for CASH, at the
Lowest Market Price, '
and will be sold at a very smnll profit
to Cash Buyers. I have afuu
line ui
GOODS,
of the very latest designs aud patterns.
Also, a full line of
DOMESHC GOODS.
SUOII AS
BLEACHED A BROWN PHrnTIVGB. BROWJT
aiuef- or vahkils iiK.lr.N, tin
BiliiliTlN(;s, PILLOW CASE
MUSLIS. CHECKS,
STRIl'EK, TICKINOS. OIKO
TTJMS OHKVIOTS. TABLE DIAPER.
CRASHES, COT TONABE8, DESIMS.
Every Thing in the Domestic Line;
A LAKGE STOCK OF
BLACK ALPACAS, BUILLIANTINKS. CA8H-
PLAIDS, TABLE LINKNB,
DEI.AIXFS, TABLE
CUVElts. nCCK
TOWELS.
KAMBVRC. KllO
INliS. AND INSERT
INOS. RII1BOKS. PA KASOla.
SU.N" SHADES, FANS, UMBRKLLA8, AND
HOSIERY -
of ail. Grades aDd Sizes.
Tweeds, Jeans, Cashmeretts, Cassi-
meres, lionibazines, Blankets, J5ea
Spreads, Window Holland,
Lace Curtains. Also,
.-. LARGE STOCK OF
Carpetsfi. Floor Oil-Cloths.
RUGS, and every thinr you can call for
in the Notion line. Also, a large stock
of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
which will be sold at bottom prices,
Tlie highest market price paid
in cash or trade for WOOL.
Do not forget the place:
Opposite the Court House,
Wm. M. WILSON.
Eaton, April 6, 1S75.
I. M. ANDERSON,
MANVFACTUBER AND DEALER IM
Harness, Saddles, Bridles
COLLARS, WHIPS, &&
And nil iroods gt-nerally found in afirst
class Saddle and Harness establishment.
Fine Harness a Speciality.
CAMDEN, O.
Jlxrch 4, 1S75-H1H
Have received irom cw loric
A Large and Splendid Stock
7 s??J n er
NOTIONS,
CARPETS OF ALL
f
Oil Clothes,
Lace Curtains,
Wool and Cotton Yarns,.
Window Shades and Fixtures,
Cloths, Cassiraeres
Cottonades, Umbrellas &
Parasois, Hats, Shoes,
Locking Classes,
KNIVES & JPOttTZS
An 1 a reat variety of other Goods.
Our old cu- tomcrs and the public gen--cral'.y
are re.- cct(ully invited to call
and examine our joods.
Wcel, 2utt;r, Eggs, Feathers. Sags,,
Are taken in Exchange for Goods.
Oct. 8, is74.40-tf
Dr. A. A. CHURCHILL,
iirgeon Uentist
EATON, OHIO.
HAVING jicrmanenUy located
Dental Odice iu this place, iR now
piT-pared to do all kinds of first-class "
work f ii short notice. All work war
ranted io v" satisfaol ion.
Otiire m Ilarron .St., over llossuian &
Iliunitidxe's bakery.
Eaton, .lime 24, iS7i-tf
CIGARS,
mm a KLINGEE,
t V'- Vif
AND
f E-CUT CHSWINC
TOBACCO'S.
JI:::ii
.lau';:::-vl
S'rcr-t, Eaton, Oliio.
."71 lv.

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