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L. . GOULD. Editor. filTOR.O., DEC. 19, 1836 OGTWe would just say to all our old Patrons, and the Democracy of "Old Preble," that the "Democrat" will make its appearance about the first week in January, in an entire new dress, and double medium size. So roll in, and let us have your names and the Cash ! SALE OF HEAL ESTATE BY OltDEtt OF COUKT, OX SATURDAY, the 27th day of December, 1868, between the hour of otie and four u' clock, P. M., of aid day, on the premise about four miles north of Eutou.will be sold to the highest bidder, the following Koal Estate, as the p-toporty of Hudson B. Busscar, deo'd., situate in the county of Preble and State of Ohio, and de scribed ai follow, lo wit: Beginning at the south-west corner of the ntrtb-eastquarterofsectiou nine, township eight range two, east of line drawn trom the mouth of the Great Miami Rirer; thence north on the ona-balf section lino tifty-niuernds; thence south of south-east seventy-two and one-lialf roda more or less to the ne-lulf section line running east ud west; thence west forty two rods tot ha place of begiuniug. oontaiuing Seven aud three fourths Acres. The tame to be sold Irae and clear of all in cumbrances and on the following terms, to wit: One-third cash ; one-third iu one year, and the residue in two years from day of sale. Deferred payments to bear interest aud to be secured by mortgage on the premises. Appraised at . MARTIN F. BUSSEAB, Adm'r. of Hudson B. tiussear, deo'd. W. J. k J. A. Oilmoui. Atty'e. Xor. ST 4w. Land Warrant Lost. "VIoTICB ia hereby given, that Land Warrant l No. 47.154, issued to Patrick McGriff, dee'd. lata of Preble county, Ohio, under the act oj September 28, 1850, has been lost from among the papers in the Clerk's otlice, in the case of Robert Lynn, Guardian, rs. Elizabeth MuOriif, t al. Petition for partitiou. Notice is also giveu that if after six weeks from this data said warrant is not found, application will be made to the Commiesioncrof Pensions for the issuing of a duplicate thereof. W.J. A J. A. GILMORE, Atty's. for the heirs of Patrick MoGriff, dee'd. November S7, 18546 FAItlfl FOR SALE. THE subscriber wishing to go wast offers his Farm for sale. It contains Two Hundred aud Ten Acres of Land, situate in Dixon Township, about lire miles from Eaton, Preble cnuuty, Ohio. There are about 160 or lrtu Acres, tinder cultiva tion. Said Farm bas a good bearing Orchard of grafted Fruit, one spring and two wells of good water, and also a cistern. It has a large and M commodious BRICK HOUSE, and Kitch tn, FRAME BARX.fi;) by 74 feet, frame Corn Crib, Carriage House, Smoke House, and Wood House: there are about titty acres owed with Wheat and Barley, it will be sold with or without the crop, to suit purchasers. Nor So-4w JOHN MAT. Executor's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber has been appointed Executor of the estate of John Michael Buehne-, dee'd., late of Preble county. All persons indebted to said estate will make im mediate payment, and those having claims will present tnem for settlement. CHARLES F. BUEHNER,, Oct 8081 Ex ecutor. s OAF AND CANDLES A first rata article1 foraala by LAXIUS AND BLOOMFIELD. ILLOW CEDAR WARE a fin assort ment for sale at the Grocery Store of LAXIUS AND BLOOMFIELD PROBATE COURT NOTICE. ACCOUNTS current and vouchers (are been tiled In the Probate Court of Preble County, Ohio, and continued for settlement until the 39th diy of December, A. D. 186a. f. By the Executors of ) Henry Jordan, deceased, . J Samuel Edgworth, 'I , David Crisman, " By the Administrator of Jacob Karr. deceased, . Robert Stoops, ' John C. Potterf, Jacob Kindig. " Samuel K rider, " John Pearce, " John Swihart, , . " -i ' Catharine Row, Adam Row, Richard Morns, " , Joseph Innman, " By the Guardians of 'Ambroase Kelly's Heirs, Jonathan Olinger's Heir, James U. A Eliza Unriliuiiio, Nicholas Days Ueirs, James Masea, Joseph Mill' Heir, Joseph T. Peerco, Stephen Leslie's Heirs, Isaao Yost's Heira, J. f'anclcr's Heirs, Sarah Jan Teal, Orlando Burr, Abraham P. Johnson, Jacob Heck's Heirs, Marquis L. A Edwin tt Johnson, Johu Revel, And by the Trustees of Elisabeth Lane ft ber children, Hnnrv Snidcr's Heir. JOHN V. CAMI'HELI., Dee. 4. 18.H 8w. I'"'. Jiidiro HAVE VOU l CSCiUiiliU IN TIIK Cosmopolitan Art Association, i-'OIt THE THIUD YEAR 1 See the rare inducements! The mansgers hare the pleasure of anuouueing that the collec tion of Works of Art designated for distribution among tho subscriber, who names are receiv ed previous to the 28th of January '07, is much lamer and more costly than on nuy previous year. Among the leading works in Sculpture. executed in tu-j uneit Marble, is too new aud beautiful Statue of the TO RCTOTM 2 The Busts of the Three American Statesmen. Clay, Webster and Calhoun also the exquisite Ideal Bust, "SPltiKU," "Appoi lo aim ninua," in Marble, lite size : together with the following Groups aud Statues in Carrara Marble of the "rttruggis ror me ueari, "Venus auu Apple, "Psyche," "Magdalen," "Child of the Sea." "lniioceiicc," "taiitivo Bird," aud "Little Tru- aut," with numerous works in Urouzo. and a col lection ol sei-era' hundred FINE OIL PAINT INGS, br leading Artists. . The whole of which are to be distributed or allotted among the subscriber whose numes arc received previous to the 28th of Jauunry, 1837, when the distribution will tako place. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Kvorv subscriber of Tiirei Dollars is entitl ed to a copy of tho splendid Steel Engraving. "SATURDAY NlUltT," or a copy ol uuy ol lite following S 3 Magazines one year ; also a copy of the Art Journal one year, and a Ticket in the Annual Distribution of Works of Art. Thus, for every $3 paid, a person not only gets a beautiful Engraving or Magazine one year, but also receives the Art Journal one year, and a Ticket in the Annual Distribution, making four dollar worth of reading matter, besides the Ticket, by which a valuable pawning or piece of statuary may be received in addition. 1 nose who prefer Magazines to the Engraving Saturday Night,' can have either of the follow ing one year: Harper Magazine. Graham Magazin,Godey's Lady's Book, United States Magazine, Knickerbocker Magazine. Blackwood Magaziue, Southern Literary Messeuger. ..- :,. . No person is restricted to a si n trie share. Those taking five memberships, remitting $15, are entitled to nix Engravings, and to six tickets in the distribution, or any five of the Magazine, one voarand six tickets. Perrons, in remitting funds for membership. will please register the letter at tho Post Otlice. to prevent loss, on recoipt of which, n certificate of Membership, together with the Engraving or ... its t iiu wo,... , ' " , , i we I ut w mt'J of the country. ' a For further particulars, ace the November Art Journal, sent free on application. tor membership, address C. L. DERBY. Actnary C. A. A. 848 Broadway, N. Y., or Western Office. 168 Water Street, Sandusky, Ohio. Dr. A. II. STEVENS, Hon. Sec'ty. Decll Camden, Ohio. CAXDIES-Wholesale and Retail, for sale by LAXIUS t BLOOMFIELD. AMBROJYPES! At the old itand on flbfn ttrtet in the room for merly -occupied by Stratton. SAMUELOTcCLAIN WOULD rcspectfiillv Inform his friends and the -Test of mankind," that he has now completely renovated and refurnished the above establishment, and is prepared with tho aid of a splendid Sky-Light, to tako in the very highest style of the art, those beautiful pictures' upon fine plate glass, known as A picture in many respects superior to the Da guerreotype, trom the tact thot it ia Toid of me tallic glare and can be seen in any light. All who wish to procuro a really tine picture . - xf Kim shtji tu rin so bv calfimr a above. Pictures taken at nil hours in the day, and in all kinds ot weatner. j.t- instructions given ana Apparatus fur nished to those wishing to engage :n the business Enton, Deo 11, 1858. FARM FOR SALE. THE subscriber o tfers at private sale tl'.t Farm of Henry Casscl, deo'd, situate one milo sontli of Sew Baltimore, and three miles nortl caetf Uwisburg. iu Harrison township. Pretf a einlnty. Ohio, containing liju Acres of land, all if which nn.li.r mod t'euce Iiki acres of said land ia in a high statu of cultivation. A Two Story Frame House, i large Barn. 'Waggon Sheds, Corn Cribs, add ill other necessary out building are upon the 'round. A gnoa urcnoru, miu w.icr iu ! I ince tho south eat fork of Twin running thro' I "lid premises .wnicn nas never uwu iuuouij., I Vnypers'in desirous ot p rchasing said Farin I -a it a-ee-t lin tcrni. Ac, by calling on t 1 icribei oo the premise-. ' ATT r, ft ICL'T Sept. 24, 1858-8m' Atfi'ictilturnl Society Electio n NOTICE is hereby given to the members of the Preble Comity Agricultural Society that an Eliction will bo held in the Town Hall in Eaton, on SATURDAY, the 27th day of Decniber. 185o, between the hours of lo A. M.. and 8 P-M. of said day, to elect the olIic0m lor the said Soci ety for the ensuing year. All persons who purchased member tickets the present year, are considered members of the So ciety and eutitled to a vote at the next election. JOEL W. HARRIS, Scct'y. Dccll 8w. Turnpike Election. NOTICE is hereby given that an election will be held at the houso of William Blessing, in West Alexandria on the Second Monday, (VM day) olMnnuary, 1857, lor tile purpose of electing five Directors of the Dayton Western Turupike Road Company, to serve for the ensuing vear. . M AH LOS KAILS, pre. J. A. GiLXORg, Sec'ty. , Docember 11 4v. John Brock, vs. Sarah Brock 1 Pe t Peble Common Pleas. utitmn for Divont. THE above named defendant is hereby notified that on the 11th day of October, A. D., 1850, a petition was filed, against her iu the Clerk's office of the Court of Common Plea of Preble county. Ohio, by the above nomed Plaintiff, John Brock, wherein the said plaintiff sets forth his marriage with the said defendant, the length of time they lived and cohabited together as man and wife, and charging the defendant with adultery with John Mason, and asking to be divorced from the said defendant on the ground of said adultery. And the said dcfi nd mt is further noli lied to ap pear and answer or demur to said petition by the Spring Term of said Court, A. D. 1857. That the said Plaintilf it tho said term of Court will pro ceed to introduce evidence to said Court in proof of said adultery, aud ask a decree of divorce ao oordinglv. J. II. KOOS, OctziJ w ' Att'y for Pl'Or. Executor's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that ie undersigned bas been duly appointed Executor of the estate of John Bell, dec 'c, Iota of Preble county, and is authorized to settle the same. Persons having claims against said Estate are requested to prt sontthe ni duly authenticated for settlement and those indebted to make pnvment wUhout delay. I. STEPI1E.VL, Executor. Deo 4 8w. Administrator's Notice. NOTICE i hereby given that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified adminis trator of the estate of Andrew Smith, dee'd.. late of Prebio county.. All person knowing them selves indebted to said estate ar requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims to present them for payment. HUGH HART, Adm'r. November 27, ! 836 Sw. Elizubetb Bourgelt, rltff.l . vs. Hardin Bruce, Jsme Preble Ccm'n. Pleas, liourgelt, William W. Civil Action liouigelt, Edward Hour- j I'etitioa. gelt.tt Emma Bourgelt, j Deleudants, j THE said James Bourgelt, Edward Bourgelt, aud Emma Bourgelt, minors, residing ia Mont gomery county, ludiana, and William W. Bur gelt, a minor, residing in Iowa, will take notice that t petition was filed tgaint them oo the I8tb day or October, 1858, in the Court of Common Pleas, within and for the county of 1'reble'and State of Ohio, by Elizabeth Bourgelt, wuerein the aid Elizabeth Bourgelt pray that Hardin Bros may be compelled (tor reasons therein fully set forth) to release and quit claim to the (aid Plaintiff snd bcr coteoanta, the legal title in the following premises, situate in Eaton, Preble county, Ohio, to wit : A part of the south-east quarter of section tbirty-four, township eight, range two, east, &c, commencing on th north side of Preble street, one hundred and twenty two feet west of the section line, between sec tions tbirty-four ud thirty-five, being tba south east comer of Willism Kline' lot, thence east along Preble street, twenty-two feet ; thence uoith twelve rods to an alley, thence west twen-tv-tso feet ; thence with William Kline' east line twelve rods to the place of beginning. Also, the following Lot, commencing on th noitb side of Preble street, on th line between sectious tbirty-four and thirty five ; thence west fifty feet; theuce north twelve rods, to an alley ; thence east hftv feet to the section line ; thenc south twelve roils to the placa of beginning, or that tho order and decree of the Court may ope rate as such release, and that thereupon parti tion may be made of said premise, or that said premises may be appraised aud sold In accord ance with the statute in such case made and provided, and unless the said defendants an swer or demur to said petition on or before the first Monday iu January. 1867, the matter in th petition will be taken for coufesaed and a de W. J.& J.A.G.LM0RE. Att'ys for Petitionera Attest: L. B. Ocidsn, Clerk. October 8n, 1H58 w. LAN IDS AND BLOOMFIELD, Wholesale and Retail Grocers, MA1IC STREKT, BATON, O., A RE now in receipt of, and will continue to ....... 1o.a nnnliea of choice Fsmilv Groceries, wliicu thoV offer to their liberal pat rons on terms fully adequate to meet th wants of these trying tiiiiea Sept. 11, 1856. BAKERY. We have in operation a Bakery; and having in our empioyoneof the best bakers in tho west, we will at all times keep good supplyof lrcsh Bread. Crackersand Cakes, families supplied on reasonable terms. LANlUS & BLOOMFIELD. FARMERS, LOOK HERE ! THE highest market price will be paid by the Subscriber for any quantity of Whxat, ""'b",0at,,JImo8bmomfield.. UGAKS. We have now on hand fot disposal O as fine a variety of Sugars as can bo had anywhere, and will sell a mauy pounds to the dollur. LAXIUS & BLOOMFIELD. Elan a good article of Mackerel, White and Cod, by the barrel or otherwise, all of which are warranted by . . LAXIUS A BLOOMFIELD. rpuBACCO of all kiudsonband, and ia offered X tothcloveisof the Weed at our usual low rates. LAN IUS A BLOOMFIELD. (Vh We ca" tlle opei'i"! attention of those L who are foudof good Tea toour supply. We do not hesitate to recommend them ' LAN IUS A BLOOMFIELD. MOLASSES, all kind and the most superior quality, now in store and offered to tho ic at the Grocery Store ot SalTTsiaTt ! Salt I JUST receiving a large lotol Salt which will sell to my old friends al the louts rate. Caliand purchase. R.S. CUNNINGHAM. NEWartieieinthiamarket.N'UTOILforMa iaery,4.,forsaleaitba Drug-st roe ol Aspl. J. P. Urootins ASoa A LL kinds of SEGARS kept on hand and for sale by the thousand, box, or retail, at LANIUS A BLOOMFIELD. A fine lot of COFFEE of the most choice kinds,just received and for sale at th o new tu rn of u.Mva ui.uo3ihi.lu.