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- EATOH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
Thursday Sept. 4,1873. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Scvt:il communications anil other matter prepared for. this week s paper bad to be, laid, over. lie ye patient, friends, 'tU-Tiot oftea that printers are in lackl-' , 'r;- Information. Patsy McIntike, living somewhere in Pennsylvania, will find it to his advantage by addressing SAKAII McIJJTlRJE, at Eaton, Preble Co., O Now is the Time. Evere Democrat ought to take his county paper. If he admires Demo cratic 'principles, he 6urely can afford four cents a week to spread them. The cost of a paper is no excuse for not taking one. , .Not 'a week passes but that ten times four cents are spent foolishly which " might have '- been much better iuvestcd in a newspaper. It buys more reading matter than twenty dollars will purchase in the shape of books. A aan may read books all ins me, uuc it no tans to read the papers he may be called ig norant. Without a newspaper a man is virtually out of the world. Public Sales. Bills for ' the following sales have been printed at the Democrat office luriffg the last week : ..' , CharlwKWysoog, m: the 25tli -of Scptembcrj'ithis Residence, 2 miles -North QTtbe Eaton pifccyonlhdeouu ty hue.;. 4 " ' Henry Ponf'ou the 11th of Septem ber, at nis;Vestdciice. in New Lexing ton, .Preblo "county, O) , ym.ft-Scbl!gciv on the 13th of Jr'eptemberV nt hh residence, 6 miles north f Entoiijon the, Scufuetown raaJ. " '" -"." I "' , . F. C. liarshniaii, on the 12th of Scp tcmbcrat his resilience, 4 miles north of Eaton, on the" Eldorado road. : ' 'Joseph Black, on thc,13th of Sep tember,;at bU. rcMdonco,' mile south of Vesf Alexandria, on the Winches ter pikeJ"v ' . :" 1 - - ; - :- ; . : -. The Agricultural Fair. The time for' ourftiext Fnir is com ing on rapidly .p We? hope- that every farmer Hvilf ijttn.fcc art effort to "prepare something 'fgr.cxijfbition ; that marine facturcrs cvill liave tlieir wares upon the gtohJi,i that every lady will en ter for cnjirpetition in the many clas hes of articles sjgnetl to them; that the boys and girls"-'wi!t 'endeavor', to excel in their 'departniciit-vatid that H citizens of town and country will sparelia efforts io-uiaktv-this the 22d exhibition of the Society the best of all, and fnny--6'rtfjy--"'of-the expeuse and labor the managers of the Socie ty, intend"; bestowing "upon it. - In a word, let "us make it a." grand success. Our Society is- among the first insti tulioi)8 of the kind iu the Slate.' The ' interest taken -in- it by farmers and busiuess rneu has never flagged, and it has accomplished much goodl Ail sensible, men know that these tnuiiul meetiugs for exhibition of pro ducts, comparison of methods and re-.-hits., and for social intercourse, are c J" itifini tc value . eyerjj.way, both .60 ci;;!!y ajid- practically, to .the "parties - aiio ptrrcjpate'autl.takeaHiQ them T-very one .(eels bet terfor having ta ken part; iu .their-; County; Fair, and very much real : good has been and will .be., done . through" their instru mentality. This being. true, why not all go into it and make it general ; so that good' feeling and; beneficial re sults may also become general. Then, to bring about such a desirable result, let every - man, woman and child iii - Preble coiiuty, without regard to age or condition, bring something to the Fair, and by eo doing benefit them- -selves, Jtnd at thq same time, confer, a benefit and pleasure upon others. Serenade. BillEsoa's and Charly Churchill's string band, the best in any three States, was out . for a lark Monday night last, after their "Can-can" exhi bition at Cedar's Opera rooms, and aqjong other, ."first" families favored with acall, we 'were not forgotten. Just about the time blessed old .Mor pheus was fixing to close our optics and relieve our massive mind of the cares, trials and troubles of the day, (such as having 4-paws show., aud a Radical Convention on one day,) the band polled up in front of our fine French Gothic Mansard roofed, Egyp tian fenced and red shale paved resin dence on Main street, and jerked off four or five of its beautiful Dolly Varden airs. The sweet 6onnds which broke the itillness of night were borne upon the air like the soft notes of JEolian Harps floating across the sea. We thank the Musicians for their noc turnal visit and hope life may be as delightfnl to them as the sweet inelo " dy- they produced was pleasing to us Another Fire! The double Log dwelling house on the farm of Nathan Sellers, about 1 miles south of Eaton, was consumed by fire on Tuesday morning last. The contents ware mostly saved. ..We know nothing about the amount"of the loss or insurance. We never before issued snch a fine Pictorial sheet ! "4 paw "next Saturday1"r" '"" "Come to the show, Saturday. . f "This is the only Pictorial we expect to issue. ' " Vtvrt fMi'fiicAa'irithiii fhfl nevt two weeks. . The nights are getting cool, and ague is in the land. Business is- wakening up. Our mer chants are prepared for it. ; Plowing for fall seeding is now the order of work with our farmers. President Grant's favorite dish is "salary." Don't fail to see the Great Show aud Meuagerie on Saturday. fi flis5 Sy paughs show will exhibit here ou next Saturday. The - show bills are the attractions around town now. y, :.. ;When yon visit the ' "snows leave your" pocketbooks ; and. .money at home. ; " A large number of people were in towu ou last Saturday, but next Sat urday will beat them all. ,;An endless' end the end of the Democratic party Republicans are continually talking abont. The Farmer's movement takes with the women.' They are favorable to the patrons of -husb a.nd-rv. A Cincinnati dairy man has been fined for not putting enough milk in his water. ' j. .'. ;'. It is not rank, or birth, or state ; Tis the "git-up-and-git" that makes men great. -i A-housc-kceper . says - there .-is no vension iu the market, bnt "plenty of dear meat. ' . ... . . . . . -' The Radical Ring give their exhibi tion in the Court House, and 4 paw his out on the commons. School commenced on Monday last. The faces of hundreds of merry school children on our streets again will make things lively. . "Bob White? is now calling' from field and forest, and promises to bo around iu good numbers for fall shooting. . .. . Next Saturday can be seen in Eaton what a little fellow describes as "the big animal that walks backwards and eats with his tail." It is singular how pious new clothes make people.,;. For a whole month af- tctv. Miss Flirt got a new dress, she was at church three times a day. ' How are you going to help make our county fair a grand success? Be sure ' and do something to ' add to its interest and usefulness. The time for kindling fires with kerosene is' again' here. Three ladies have left this mundane sphere, for realms of bliss, by that means, dnring the past two weeks. When you come to the show next Saturday, beware of pick-pockets and sharpers. Don't bring- more than e- r.ough money to get your dinner, to go to the show, and to pay your sub scription. Some Ohio couples are making a good tiling out of the liquor law. The husband - buys whisky, shoots at his wife, wallops the children, and the saloon keeper' comes down with $100 rather than attend a prosecution. A man, stopping his paper, writes to the editor : "! think folks otteut to spend their munny for paypers, nn dad - diddeut aud everybody sed he was the inteligentes t man in the coun try and had the smartest famly of boize that ever dugged taters." " New Sorghum. We are indebted to Mr. G. F. Whitesell," for a jug of new Sor ghum Molasses, fhis own mauiifM tnre, and which is of a very superior- quality, being clear and bright as any syrup we ever1 saw. Mr. W s in ill is located 6 miles north of Eaton .and 1 mile west of the Paris road, where he will be pleased, to accommodate all who will give him .a call. , - - Music! Music! Messrs G.'H. Eidson & Bro., have our thanks for several sheets of very fine music. "We believe it is the in tention of these gentlemen to add to their Book and Periodical establish ment, Sheet Music, and will keep all the time the latest and most popular songs of the present day, priuted and got up in the" very best style, so thit our musical citizens can be supplied at home with just what they want in this line, and at a mnch lower price than by sending off for it. Go and examine their assortment. ' "When Senator "Vyil'.iam Allen, of Ohio, was asked what Democracy was, he replied.; "Democracy is a sen tiraent not to be appalled, corrupted or compromised. It knows no base ness; it cowers to no. danger; it op presses no weakness ; destructive on ly of despotism, it is the sole conserv ator of liberty labor, and property it is the . sentiment of freedom, of equal rights, of equal obligations, the law of nature pervading the law of the land." ... - Capt. Lough, who has been station ed at the Ohio National Asylum for the past three years, as Steward,drop red in our office a few davs asre. The Captain was on his way to the "Mil waukee Home," "Wisconsin, where he takes the position of Secretary and Steward,, in that Institution. Howe's London Circus and Sanger's English Menagerie of Trained Animals. It is estimated that at least nine thou sand people attended the two xjerforni ances of this extensive establishment iu our city yesterday, and all who were present are unanimous in pronouncing it the best they ever saw. lhe grand entree of the twelve lady riders, and the five Derforining elephants was very line The equestrianism of the great female baie-back-rider, 31 '11 Dockrill, was mag nificent:, and there is no iloubtshe is the greatest performer in the business. Her everv movement was graceful and the picture of beauty. The champion bare back hurdle rider, Wm. H. 3Iorgan, performed the most difficult feats we have ever witnessed, with the greatest ease, precision aud skill. lie is, with out exception, the best in his particular line who has ever appeared here. The clowns created the greatest amusement possible, and during the entire perform ance nothing was done or said that could give offense to the most refined or fas tidious. The performance of the ffve trained elephants gave general satisfac tion, and the exhibition by the mastery of men over wild animals, by the train er of the pack of hyenas and Bengal ti gers, was indeed wonderful. The en tire performance from the beginning to the end was all that the management c'aimed. It was select, chaste aud su perb, and we have no doutt should the management see fit to again visit our city, before they close the season, that the canvas would be too small to noiti the audience. The managers, agent and attaches ate, without exception, the most obliging and accommodating set of oeonle we have ever met, and we re commend thm and the exhibition to the puhlic everywhere as the "ne pins ul tra" ot their class. Hariisnurg uaily Eve. Telegraph, May 20, 1873. News. Michael & Son, . have added to their Circulating Library, two new scries of Books, viz: The Yatcher s scries; Camping out; Left on Laba rador ; Off to the Gyseus. The Rocky Mountain series : Among the Ranch eros ; at Don Carlos Rancho; In the Mountains. Membership Tickets, $3 per year. Miscellaneous Books of all kinds, School Books and Stationery. Michael. and Son, Coruer. Druggists, opposite Court House, Eaton, O. . Dental Notice. Dr. Bowman would respectfully say to the citizens "of Katon and vicinity, that he is still .; doing work at ; his , Dental rooms, second - story of Fil bert's building, and that he has not gone away, and has no iutentiou of leaving, notwithstanding a report of that kind. - Persons wanting anything in the. Dental line, will always fiud him at his roorcs. Prohibition Ticket. The following is the ticket nomina ted by the Prohibitionists, of this County : Representative Rev. J. II. Blackford. Auditor F. M. Demotte. Treasurei Geo. Kimmel. Commissioner Abraham Shoe nnkcr Infirmary Director Jos. S. Brown. Notes has turueid out to- be a "sala ry grabber!" The Cincinnati Enqui rer produces the. record ! . . " MARRIED. On the Hlh ult.. nt the roslilent-r of thf bride's father, by Kev. Heriiinn, JOHN JJUUTJER, Ksq., to Miss NAN XI E HOKUN'EB, bolU neat Lewls- burg, l'reble county, i. ...... v The inoldeivt reminds as of the appropriate Bea- tinunts exprewed by JPppe, when he say. : -, Grave authors say aud witty poets slnjr, - That honest wedlock is a glorious thiutf Yet led astray liy Venus soft rteliKbts, ' They .scarce eould rale some idle piettte. But their high courage, urged them on to wed, - And try tbe pleasur?3 of alawful bed.' As the adage Is true, that time" brings all thing. even, it Is equally true, that married life brings with it little "responsibilities-" May yoor career through all the meandering vIsslto.de. of life be pleasant; and your pathway be strewn with the XX DEATHS. MAItY KLiZARETIl.-wife of'w. C. M. Brooklns! ned 39 years, months aud 16 dnys. jSXrs. B. wad a kind and affectionate wife, mother and neighbor, and In ber death the family and relatives not only monrn. bnt ail. A vacancy has been matte which will be felt, and a death -which will be mourned by quite a number who cherish her memory. "We deeply sympathise with Charley In thle sadden, sad find severe affliction. DEATHS. FIRST DEATHS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF EATON, INTEREST on TIME DEPOSITS will be paid In this Bank on aud after 1873. ' C. F. BROOKE, Cashier. Aug. 14, 1873 m6. James Ramsey's Estate. NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned have been rluly ap pointed and qualified Administrators' with the will annexed ol James limn sey, late of Preble county Ohio, dee'd ! JAMES KAMSEY, Jr. Poos & Fisheb, Att'ys. Sept. 4, 1873 3 w. prf$l,75. ; OHERIFF'S SALE. THE STATE O of Ohio, Preble county, ss. Pursu ant to an order of sale in partition, from the Court of Common Pleas, and to me UirtTCLCU, A Will UllCl lib JL UUI1U O.ILU, I the door ot the Court .House, in Jt.:iton, in said county, on SATURDAY, Octo ber 4th, A. D. 1873, between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock P. M.., the following described real estate, to wit: Being In lot number forty-three, (43) in the town of Eaton, Preble county, Ohio, as known and numbered on the originaj plat of said town. Appraised at $1,300. To be sold by ortler of Court, in ease wherein Thomas J. Xoeis pl.ihi till', and Charles F. Brown and others arade fendants. Case Xo. 3357. TERMS One-third cash on day of sale, one-third in one year, and one third :in two years, with interest. The deferred payments to be secured by mortgage on the premises. t JOHN" TOWNSEXD, Sheriff. Miller & Harris Att'ys. August 28, 1873, tds. prf. 5,75. Elrtlie Ero?s, HOUSE & SIGN PAINTERS, GRAINEES AND GLAIZERS, Donahue's Building, up Stairs, Main Street, aton, Ohio. i i ' TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL FAIR, OF THE PREBLE COUNTY Agricultural Society TO BE HELD AT EATON, O., September 30th, October 1st, 2nd & 3rd, September 30th, October 1st, 2nd & 3rd, 1873. HORSES. 1ST DEPARTMEXT-CLASS A. GEO. IIEKM di WM. CAMI'lJELL, Mijierilltenddits. KOHSJia LIGHT U AIlJNKti.S. I'ltEMiras. Ir-t 2 1 STALLIOXS 4 yeurs oi l and over. .?10.iJ !. Oil do 3 do do do uiider 4 j.iiu do 2 dt lo do do 3 3. i.'ifl do 1 do do do do 1.00 1 MARKS 4 yearn o.d and over -si.'Hi v.-o do 3 do do do uu-Ier4 4.0:) ,i.o do t do do do do 3 VO l.oo do I do do do do 2...............t,tM M GELDINGS 4 years old anil ovt-r 8 00 4,U) do 3 do do do under 4... 4.00 J.oo do 3 do do do do 3 2,00 I.ihi CLASS B. HORSESj FOR HEAV1 BIlAF'f. STAI.LIOXS 4 yeais old and over ..?1.0U B.nn do 3 do do do un-iur fto 4.00 do a do do do do 3 4.00 s,o! do 1 do do do do i i,oO l.uo MARK or GELDINGS 4 years old JL ovcr.....f0 ..; do do 3yra old u:u1lt 4 a.oo s,oo do do 2 do do do do 3 . 3.0") l. n do - do 1 do do do do 2 2.00 1. 0 CLASS C.-HOUSkS FOR OESEBAL I'UKl'O-iES. STALLIONS 4 years old and over..... ..S14,0i) 7.00 do 3 do do do under 4.. 3,00 4.oo do a do do do--- do 3 ..4,oo i.ihi d i 1 do do do do 2 , 4,00 2,00 MARKS 4 years old and over : i r.s.oo 4,:jo do 3 do do do under 4 5.00 3,'.0 do 4 do do do do 3 ..l.OO 2.0J do 1 do do do do 2... ym 2,00 GELDINGS 4 years old anil over .s,00 4,01) do 3 do do do un.ler 4 ...5,o0. S.du- do - ! do do do da 3 4,00 2 .00 CLASS D. COLTS. STALLIONS Besi S;rin Colt 63,00 2 03 iUAMj UO Qfl 00 j.llj iii-;t w Colts from one .Si:tlllo on e.tljilj:(ii,ii ib.'jO tyIn tliis ritirf SluUUma. Mares or UeiJ.oj axe may be shown. CLASS E. MATCIIflj. Beat Busgy Horse or Mure ?5,C0 30 do pair maLce.l Geiduiss owned -oy tx- bibltor 10,W) do pair matclied Mai-es owned by ex- Uibitor S3J!0 . CLASS l.-SWEEtiTAEES OS HOI'JSEi Best Stallion of any age ; .. ,0- 00 iaare au uo .v-v do Geidmir . lo,;o CLASS fc HiMt Morse or .dai-c . .o,0U 3.00 t'LASS J. Best Brood Mare Foul iy ner si'le... iJIO.CO 5,00 KTrained liorjea in llurueas entries confine 1 to the county. Fastest Trotting- Stallion. Mare or Gelding 9:0.0.') 10.00 Fastest facing SLar.ion, Mar or t.eidiiix 10,00 j-,00 CLASS II. HOUSES KOKSl'KJiD Open ioi-feeuci- ui conipi'iiiioti. 1IORSJSS Voa Sl'F.ED. - Citizen's Purse $200. First Premium. ......... loO.dO Second lreLiiiU:ij ,0,00 Tiiira i'reuinim aj,u Founli Pi-emtnin - I WtJnsteAt TroUlutf Horse. -Maro or CJeldiu!?, nu: lest t ban 5 entriva, 4 to jfo 2 best lu 3 mitf-mlK? hcai . j Time required, 2 mi nut s bo seconds. Four Beeontiti : diu'erencu beiweeH saddle and imrnoss. Fastest Pacing, Citizens' Purse $53,00 ITlrst l'r-ruhiui - .. $.j.w 1 t$t;t-tvul I'lfuiium 2-;j w , JtfcKaslest Pf-ciiK: iloiae. Jvlwru 'or Ueldin. not i lss tban a ontriej. 3 to go -2 best in 3 one mil'.- Iieut. Time required, z minutes una oO seoonda. t our se- I condsdiUvrence between saddle and ianu;s-. Double Trot, Citizens Parse, $33,00. First Premium. jt.oo second Premiom . , lo.oA Third 1'reuilum : i.00 Sir Faateet D.able-Team Trot, rot less ijian 4 en-.ries, 2 io go - 2 best lit 3 one mile heat Time required, 3 minutes. eniranco fie of ton per cent on the to tal urenvum offered in ach rinz opened io rn era! competition, will be clisrued at the nm of maktnj entri-s JNo person allowed lo fjrn.fii his own competition, lhe Board expects all parties entering aiotk to gofor the premium, and if acertainetl otherwise, or any kitvl of frsud being prccticeri. the premium will be forfeited. CLASS K. JACKS AN3 MULES. Best Sack 3 years o.d and over . $3,00 4,00 do do 2 do do uo under 3 7,,oo do Junni3 ye.trs old and over.......5.00 do d" 2 do do do under a 4,-0 do Mule i . do do do over .. S:00 do do 2 do do do under 3 .. 4,ih) do do I do do do do -J .... .i.0J do Spring Mule Colt 2,00 CATTLE. , - CLA.SS L Devohs. Beat Bull 3 yearold and over $R 00 4 CO do do 8 do do dj under 3 3 00 a to do do Calf I year old and under 2-.. -2 Oil 100 do do do 1 do do do unlef --$l 50 75 .. 5tCo'--8, same aa Bulla. : Orln ihis cilia pedirte iv ill ha f.'q iirrd CUSS M. TBOsorsBBRSD - Beat Bull 3 years i lei and over-- gia 5 00 do do a no do - do under 3.. ..uu .oo o do 1 do do do do 2 .-4 00 2.00 do do Cnlf 6 mnntli & unoVr 1 year 2 i O 1 I'O do do do under 6 moatha old 1 CO 75 , 5CrCow8 same aa BulU . jjla thia ci&as p::dia:ree will be required CLAS'f N.-Sjbt Hons Kor Thohoushbrld Peat Bull 3 years old and over $R 00 -1 00 do do 3 do do do under 3 fi 00 3 00 co do I do do do do 2 3 00 2(0 do doCai firns old & oner 1 yr.---2l'0 l.oO do do do under 6 months o!J 50' ."S SOrCows same aa Bulla. CLASS O. Native B M:xed Dkes-b. - 8et Bull 3 years old and orer.- Jfi 00 3.00 do do 2 do do do under 3- -100 ".00 do do 1 do do do do - 2 .-3I O S OU do do Calf 6 mos old & undxr I yr -2.0O 1.00 do do do under 6 mon'ha old 1 .00 .75 SOrCows sme as Bulla. CLASS P Fattsd Cattls. Bat Fare! -Steer 8 vears fid and over $6. $3. do do Cow snmr as Sit-er MtLC'J COWS. Beat Mix'iCxv ----S $" Qr 1 oiili'Tn's f r o-eniumis on Milch Cow mu I fu'iiinh a written cenifi or or s'n'-hi-in that a trial wa- madt-for three dava -!nriiti lhe prea nl e aon the moii'h n.ailiwn, :li omp and Hreed of the cow and the litw of ralvina llm kind ol fond used dnrre ihe trial, and tSa n mount o Baiter mad th-relVora. The : nw to be exbibiird t lhe Fair. CLA-S Q - Sweepstakes on CTri.B. Best Bull of any age S'O do Cow of any pge 8 00 DlSPUT OF STOCS CtTTLS. Best Herd "f Stock Caulc, not less than 5 Bulls, Cows and Hcifus '.0. Best herd of Calves rom one- Bull not less than 5 S 00 fcy-Fntrles in the department of Cattle to be subject toth" same rules as f!o-?cs Kr Satisfactory proof, in cae cf doubt, will be rertiired of the ase and hloo4 of lhe ni-imal. 0All cattle exhibited must he halicred. SHEEP. CLASS R. Best Buck 2 years old and over 55 00 3 00 do do 1 do do do nntfer a-.-- jio a ik1 do do Lamb under 1 year ?-00 1.00 55-Ewes same aa Bucks MIDDLE WOOL. Best Buck 2 years old and over S5 00 3 00 do de 1 do do do under ? i 00 z uo do do Lamb under 1 year 2.00 100 J3T Ewes same as Bncki. LONG WOO f. Best Buck 3 years iH and over $5.00 3 do do 1 do do dounrtfr2 30 2 00 do do Lamb 2 CO 1 00 &5-Ewrasame as Encks FATTED SflFEp' Best single fal Sheep Buefes rxclud.-d --$2 ' do pen of fat Sheen, not less ibsn s Bucks excluded --S4 SWEEPSTAKES ON SHEEP. B-at Buck of any age or breed $5. do Ewe do do do do do $i. HOGS. CL.ASS s. Beet Boar 2 years old and over $M 00 4 Ho An 1 do do do under 2 5 00 3 do do over 6 months and nnder 1 yr.300 2 do do under 6 months old 7.00 1 SCTSows same as Boars Best Sow and not 'ess than 5 Bucking pigs $6 S3, do ! Pigs from one Boar, not over ono month old ...36. $3. SWEEPSTAKES ON HOGS. Best Boar of any age $3. co Sow do do do 86. do family of foes, not lep tl an 5 of a- ny breed, owned by one person-.$10 5 CO POULTRY. CLASS T. Best pair ol Fowiaof any breed, male biij iu:ii:ile SI i0 di do Tur e e, 111 ,l; ar.il linlile ------S I SO do do Docks, do do do .SO ."5 do do tie-'aa. do do do .to 2j i ctg-i.( Hi da - .50 do dwplpv of Fow a . SO ,75 03 VI i'oul.ry iur:ii)el with looj s c;i t'te VEGETABLES. CLS:5 U li . st peck ol Iri.-li I'o a oes early SI fO do uo d t)o do lie .-31 DO .jireaii si variety of li tit roiaiot-a nut less f nmi neck j neos ea.h, raist d li x nn, r I.S0 1 00 B- s ch l Sweet fo alo.s $1. cw J Sweet Po ato. d : d:s;.la;- 01 -ions I do Tomatoes $1 3 Leads o C ilibtge peck .Minao rVppers .--.50 uo do Carrot Ml do do Parsnip f"0 do do Turn pt 50 ap C!int-n.-ttl Vegetable r.'cg. ...... -f.o Jj ttc4 li l hc j'p- r Iii! vri- of Cuou.-i.nrit '0 htid aiei ari- iv 01 Hi.nii rta'd l , x litmc-r - I d do ;o d do do do Jy no do do do do do lo do d. io 00 Ji r!ij ;j Be'-w i'l ioisu 61 Oln y d lit-i.li. rb- - 50 3 Punip'tini I St' r is;! .y 'qi is -e not less thn 3---'0 2S 6 Vaiertii.-ii.-. SI 30 6 M'kmu Sjl 50 di-p:hy . Vtgci-i'i'e anil S--il Pf- doi tt-.in var ety and quality. rais el by csniniior gl 50 75 GREEN FRUIT. CLiSi V. rii.g'e variety or specimen of Fall p,.lts not lees than B $100 f-0 do 3 varieties i f Fall Apples - i f0 75 do Assoi iineni 01 Fall Apples 1 53 75 do WinrAppea 1 50 75 do display t-f Fall and Winter ApUs in every variety and q lalny 2 00 1 00 Best Autumn Pears 1 00 50 do display of uium Pears-'- 1.50 75 du epeeirr.en Fierp:one Peaches, cot leaa than H doi-n eaeh 1 00 50 d ptcimen '.lini: l -aches not lees ih m dcz--n aeh-..- d epecimen Grapes in variety or.d q rehiv 1 00 50 1 50 1.00 PRESERVED FRUIT. - Cl? W. . Beii I'reeervrd Peaches - 50 1 uo do Quiiice,?? .-r--...-.. f0. d do reaia- - .... 5.) do do Cberriee--- :0 do do P.ums ............... -- 50 do do Sirawbe'ries 50 do do App es - - 50 do Csnned Peaches-- -- - - fto do do (iuiiice - - 50 do do Hums - f-0 do co Slrawbi rris - 50 do do Ra-pberries 6O do. do . C.ierriea . ftn dJ do B'ackberrits -- - 50 do do . Tomatoes----- - 50 d.j ; do Gr-!eKetri-a 50 ro - Jar Pickle Peaches 50 do do - do Graces --- 50 d do - do Cherries 50 dj do dj Pears 50 do A do Cucuniber - - .50 rt.-. do do Torriatces - 50 dj do do Cnb'jug" 50 Best spocimen Tomato Catsup 50 do do Cucumber do ......... 50 d do A pile Jelly 50 . do do Quince do 50 do ' do Grape do - 50 r'o do . , Cur; aut do -..- 50 do do 1 1 orrf do--50 do do Plum rio-... ... 50 do do Rtrswl"try Jam 50 do do Rn.pb-rry do--. 50 do do Blackberry do--r 50 A? do Apple Butier 50 WINES. Best rp'cimen Currant "Vine -.-.- -.$100 do . do Cherry do -- 10O do do S'rawbrrry do- 100 dc do B'ackbctry do .. 100 do A- Native do--" 150100 do do Raspberry do r-- 1 "H do do Blackly do 100 nsAny article not ennmeraled may be entered under the head of "Discretionary " and tlte Commit tee may recommend premiums, when they think the worthy. FLOWERS. Class JIT. B st display of Dahlias $100 do do do Verbenas ............ 100 do do . do Ro?es - 100 do do )i Petunias 100 do do do Pxloxea 1 00 do do do Geraniums-- '00 do do do Panaies 1 00 do do do Asters 1 00 do Col'ec'ion ofCactnf it Pots 1.00 do do Oleander In B oom 1 00 do do Orarge Trees wi;h Fruit - 1.00 do do Lemon do do do---- 1.00 d and greaieet variety of Cut Flowers 3 Oftl-M) do Kloral 'Vn.ment 1.50- 75 do Pyramidal Boquet ft" ' do liiund do------ & DOMESTIC. ri PS Y.-HAMMiBEAD SO SOAP. r, . ii..nn,M'niin.l U:imi ftdHlim HHniCd " bv inothnii of cnrlna & prentivlnfe- f r 1.00 B.-st peees I ne 1 Heel. - -J" do speetmen 10 lbs Lord . ..l,wi do do Domestic hard soup -r0 rio do Kmcv do do. .. Hi do losves domestv yeast Vre:id 1,0 .Io do do do Silt His-.nu ''read I 'm do specimen do :orn pone- i.on d., do do Ruck . r!o do do ro-ndCake .',00 do Collet tlon of Cake . ,1-0 do . do do ries , . - S.oo Specimen of Grain. Best K bushel of White Wheat...r ...1..V) no no 00 tin iei iei 1,-0 ..l,oa 1,00 r.o EO ... 60 .1',00 1,00 1.00 - 6- do do do ao v uiio .-rii.... do C-lored do do Early do...-..... Hn S n !l r do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do (IO Pop do........ .. do Fall Barley do ?rr!n.r do . "do White Oats do Rlsck do . -. do Rye' do ... do do Bock-wheat 15 -.1.00 Hnr do Vlax-seed. ao do Timor hv Seed 1,00 H .-. An MMmmoth Clover Seed -1,00 do do Com. Red Clover Seed 1,0 do do Alsaco ao ao.......-i,uo Flour. ' Best Tarrcl of Flo ir .,.?3,00 2,00 To be exhibited bv the Manufacturer with state ment of variety and'quality of wheat used lu mukiujf same. Sugar Molasses & Honey. -... c fi..i!rvnu M,ibisc3 made from Snuar :ane - - ' ") do 10 lbs Maple Suw.r l.eo do I liallon Maple Moias'CS - l.no do lloney in conib, not less than 10 lfcs I.'O do Slond of Ujcs - 2,(;o 50 iO f.0 l.oo 1,'Kl Butter and Cheese. Best 5 lb H'ltter, manufactured by tlie exhibitor .OO 1,50 do Cheese not less Ifcnn 1 16s uninulactu.-ed by eshib:tor.... Domestic Manufactures. Best White Connterpai-.e S-'.OO 1,"0 do uoooie ci'i'imi - - do Hliik'le to.. ..'" Pair Woolen rllttukets 2:00 Piece colored Flannel 10 y'r or more. 4,00 Pi. ce Domestic Je.m do dodo do,... S.'iO do do do do do do do do do do do do do Piece 1'UIICU Clotn wyHriiur more l-.-jii do Woolen Carpet 10 ynr Is or more 2,00 do Rnir Carpet HI vards or more i W llomeslic t lax ijincn io yaris or more i,-i Heart -l Bus Pair Woolen sitot-kiiit-- l,00 On Cotton ,lo JO do Woolen Mittens -'0 do do Gloes. - f-0 Table Cover - 1,00 C-i.-e Sis IkreHStd FlaX - oO do i.-; l.'O l.no 1,00 i.'m 1, 1,00 i,"" '' f'O S3 Sri 2-i 2S 5 Needle Shell & Wax Work. CLASS Y. 00 OO 00 00 Best White Quilt - ?,"0 do Patch Work tililt. - 1,MI do Worsted do. .. 1,50 do Comfort l,fo do Ottoman Cover o do Table do SO 7. ' do Worked iSliawl 0 do Woolen d . . a . 1I0 I'l-m-ni-I do &0 do Afhau i do fe.m.1.0. i.-1-.jil aula Cusulou io do Talilftf).-ead - f" do Ludy's Kobe , 0 do do Jres.-iin;j tlowll & tin Children's Dre!i- - - L"U do D.sijoivot- Line.i Kutbroidt-ry ,4.lie . worK of one oerson ,oo do do SiH'cmu-n of llraiclea uric - t-u Braided ttbe 1,00 ... 1,00 .. 1.00 . 1,00 ... 1.00 . 1,00 ., 1.00 Lady's bilk suck " Cloth " " Calico Cress " silk ' Worsted do Embroidered Under Sleeves l.ady'3 Cnlbir Ell V H;t:iiJKi-ri-.!iei Specimen Siik Kiubroiilery Clolh '- ' Linen OriinrOFntiit Needitf -i'k Jlruiil KillbroideiT K lilt Slinwi ' Cl.llLk Lady's Win kid MItieM TultiUr foliar - Assortment nf-iaina ork,.. L:tui;. Stiillil M:it - Wi..-k.'.l Kloor K'i; Vxik-v C'lutir Wi.rii wilb eed.e... 1,1.' Fancy Vi'orSi d fi.i.uou liai- i.i-' t'iieaiile i-Jlubl'oidiJl-y ;0 Veil :' ir'peeinieii tsmiii, einaw i,r Oraiw . 0 -s.lk U1111110U "- j-.- I.'adv M JlatV.'.'.'.V.V." - ' C.ii-e" of Bonnets otUer iUllin.-1-y...i 1,.;0 Siwliuen Wax Floweia i0 Grojff " " -- i Artiiii-.lal , V:ll-!PtV Wnl ' -- IrO Kneinino Wax Fruit - -" M 13s I.iciieu V, oi k :o Cone ' Leal " Flower " S;icil ...... Ornaiaeiitnl lltiU- Work. " S';)i-ciinen Krubroldereil - 1-lciure . Fnney Cliair Tiuy " Watc-li Case " " Basket.. M :.o 10 ;o Id ;o Mechanical Department. cla Ile3t Fliw for tieneral furyOce . Moil One llnrfv; P. on- ' U'etble Siiovel " 'i'lco l(oi-c Ci:rn oW T-,. Unrso II.' no-.'- " Hor-e K.'.:;e ; Ke.'.tnirsf -M;il Ora'o Cradle . C rn fijlieiier r tr.iw c'uttt-r ' Hnv Hisi"S - F'elil Holier e " Whee!b.trioiv. - " Com Planter TwoHorse...., o -. One lionse.. . -;i.Hl f :o S.ll i.00 !. l.fl 3.01 . i. CO i.Od ....... 'J 00 1,00 m... 1.00 1,00 .. i,v A.l 1,00 , l,co . ,00 1,00 so .. 3,00 1,00 : ITnndCorn rinnler... Two Ii'ivie Wheat Drill " One " - Farm Implements. CLASS Z. Beat ITcnplns Machine........ V .. Mowinz oa3 ' Combined IWper t Mower 5,00 " Thre3!ilmt Machine - o,0l Farm ttaS'ia uianulaciiiiwi in "0 county- 800 i00 Carriages and Buggiss. Best Two Hors Fam ly CaiTiage JJ - r. s?nr. -m 5 oo Tim li.tviry- a,0O 2,0 tiulky . - I'00 ilisplliv'of Curria;;es JS Buitgies 10,00 Cabinet Ware. Best Dress'nit Rnreau ueosieao made in county...... Breakfast Tidjle Wash- titand. Work- l'nrlor Tabl' ' Sociable-.-.: ' half d-.zeii I'arlnr Chairs S .. 1. .. common 'jr - Bed Bottom m ide iu the eouuly 1,00.. .. es.oo 3,00 , 3.00 :. l.OO ; . to 50 , !.00 5.00 Cooperage, Wooden Ware, &c. Best 'Tluut" Barrel a ,M ' Floor Barrel -- - " - pickle Cask i'!S " Nest of Tubs j. lialf dozen Wooden 1 Birr kets...- 1,00 Assortment Split Wood Basket- 1,"0 " Washlnii Macliinii maue in county J,00 ' " Washluir Macliiue of tt'iy descrlp-. tlon r - VI . Churn : 'v Kest Wooden Bowls 1'u0 ' Blacksmithing, Worked Iron & Hardware. Best set Horse Shoes, " pair Breast Chains " pair Butt " " pair Trace " nair Kti-etchen ' Donble Singletree and EeckYoke - Lojr Chain fl.OO 1,00 1.00 1,00 1.00 1,00 1.00 -1.04 " aiatioea " Chopping- Ax - - . . '" Farm Hoes t ,: ' . set Chisels " Assortment Edired Tools - 1,00 .' 1.00 - 00 - ,00 Leather, Harness & Saddlery. Best set Wsaon Harness 4, Carriage Slmrle - - - - . " SHddlo and Brible . . " side Saddle " Horse Collar Wooden Hames '- S-vectmen Stile Leather ' ' Skirting " ' Harness .. ki,, " . - : ' Calf Skin . $3.00 4.00 3,00 - -8.00 s,oo ; i,on. " so 1,00 1,10 1,00 "' . 1,00 . ... ,1.00 Boots, Shoes, Hats and Clothing. Best Cloth Frock Coat ' Gents' Casslmere Pants Vest -k Overcoat ' Display of Clothing ' pair Dress Boots ' lleavy : Oents' Cona'reKS Gaiter. I,n ' bU , M l.so S.OO 8,00 coo 1,00 l.no 1,00 to Ladies i-ia'.iera Boots Slippers , Paintings & Drawings. Best specimen Sltn Painting 2,09 . i,00 1,00 1,00 S,00 1,00 6,00 1,00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2,00 1,00 1,00 - 1.00 1,00 UrsminK mm iwibuihb . Plain Palming Ornnmental Landscape Paintlnir, Oil Water Colors Portrait Painting In Oil OrnamenTal '1 . Fruit " Flower " ' , Monocliromatie Painting Architectural Drawing Specimen of Writing by tleman Writing by a lady Displnv of Phototsraphs illgutirrvinj iv Miscellaneous. Best Panel Poor. , . " Window Sash , . Pair outside Window Blinds ' D:splav T-irned Work " Marble Monument " Pedestal Pino 1,09 1.M 1,'JO. 8,00 . 1,00 . 1,00 Spec' men Drain Tile not less than 8 si.es " D spl.-iy of Tin Ware Cont'ne Stooe S.OO 8,00 K,ur 1.0(1 2,00 J,eO i'-irior siove - - Fr -it Dry 'ug Apparatus " Rifle Gun tnnde in County " Clothes Horse " CnbbnRe Cotter - - Wooden Pump used on Fair Ground clothes Wrinicer , . . . ' Do 3 Ax Handles - " Do fan.s-re Meat Cntter and Stuffer - " Annie Cider not let than 10 gallons 60 60 J,u0 W 00 v- c 1 . . HT,nhlnM th- HfW'it'tV Will furnish t.-.i ...1 Alr-rtf fa.flltv fur anv exhibit of same. but will offer uo preml-ims owing to the difficulty of securing awarding committees. Best Knitting Machine . . . J ' FarniG.le ' ' ?- Half Doxeu Brooms made in county 1,00 IEi7-rhe eltention of Mechanics and Artisans Is nirlicnlarly invited to the loregoin list: we earn estly solicit their contributions. The exhibition at the tairisnguwuwiiw"!- -" Field Crops. Best 1 acre of Corn t-00 10.00 . 1 Wheat 10,(0 i.OO l " Warlev ,00 S.OO " l " Klax Seed . 8,00 . 4,00 1 " Oata 6.00 . S.OO W Aalatnea TO.OO B.OO " " H Tobacco 12.00 6.00 6 stalks ' " 2.00 1,00 .The Rround In the above crops will be requir ed to be measured by a competent partyand cer titicale famished in the Board of same. Cornpellnr l artless will also be reqnired to f'u-nish the r.iiird a certified alateino-'t. showing; the time of sowing or pliinlinir; ti'e c-israrlfrand quality of the soil; Ihe Quantity and kurl of fertil izers used, and tbe manner ot cultivation. Great Threshing Machine Tes. ttSJ'X ppprni'irn rf 2Q,WI Will h? put I Io thf: Thresihu: Miir'iitw do!nc ihn hiui ctu;d thrph lic r.n the Fair mi? nd, oh luirsfiM.c tie iii dav tho Fair. An entrance ft'e of f if '.' vij be ciiarg' pi, w liloh will bentMed to in.niURi; htnf, tvvo pittrir nr1 rriMii, tii wlnntnr machine will it- l :o.). 1ff ejcpti- fir VMte of wheat fintl.irro ciTrinjr tl( saue on fbfMrrnr.ds. If mure thaa two fcutr'esavf then t! r will p llri and jnr;0on prr-iHim: rt ftrwr inbt" two-tbird, and the seennft one-ti.irti of tbe whole amount. Rules & Regulations. lif. Tht- paytne"t of on" Jolljtr ootit1tnte n r l.'f nt of the coily rHi.' iiifci rol' the stnrlfty trttii tnr- r".ri v . 1 oo of nivrinr ny number of nniniHlnor aruc'.f-s f-r rx!i'lif ion us he ir she nwiy o-a ji. nv f tlie dj ai tm'nti except borfs; In thin there will ho an additional fee nf fifty cents nftor th fiitt. and ten ntr t t-nt InciaH-sPS wiiere pre mMmi of fjto and ow?trd are ofTt.red. A niember'i'.ptu-kt uflored at the pate bv anv other than a roenibr of the family whose name written nKn the fare, will bo taken tip by thettat ket'Iirr and forfeited. All competitors most become members bo ieiraJ4cUi can bo entered. Kvery article or anlnial Uon nie rroond -' sliull,dni iii trie Fair, be under tlie control of the Hoard of Dirvclors, mi l no article or animal will be removed until tk ciose ol tue Jralr,. wltnotit, j nermlKsion from tlie LlL-ecl'irs- ... - .- 4th. The o-.tic erj of tl.e F.-.ir will takeevery pre caution in their i.wer for the prrvation ol slock and ariicltaj ou e.iliibilmn, and luelr -arrival unil arruntcn i-nt on the grounds, bul will not lie reionsible f,-r anv Iosa or dKinaie thul inuy ocenr. Exnihiiuis are dvsireJ 10 give allentlon to tnelr pr(iierty. ' , Sth. All arlice!i ijr.-redror premiuina n-.usl ! owned hv the i.eron olfermjr the i:ini or by Home - , memberofthe fuin'.lv, except Mnllions Kept witlrr ,. In the county nuij-l" In l!ie name ol Hie keei.er , cth. All unities mo n be properly entered with Secretary lu-lnre taken within the ("muds. 7tn. Kviiibili-rs whoentertwo nead ol hoiften, . cat lie. Juckw oi r--les. or rive l-.oKsor ai-ep, will be cnti,l,- i l-.uvi- ..in bund udniiltcd lo '-1-e aroi'nd. ' f'Ce. ' i..'i. If a'lv . -ro)n by any act whatever wil. fur i 1-uiLii:e-i kii;.H-i in the ju Jiies It;; owm-rslilp or : s::k or ir.i -or. .con exhibition lie shall not uv en- ' ! till, -,l t:, i-..-i-ui.i on the same. i-:s. Top irt.-w will not award auy immul w -I artv-'e a p,-. i.ilriij nulesa in their nolulou it is n . . 1 ei-Ji-oiy n-.erllorioue. ... ' lot'!. I In- jo.lK-" iespt'-luily those on ;n!nia: wiii h,. etpvid, as far K, practicable, to (rive I h. . I reiisi-ii l.,i the .x .Miruti . tiity lunasand wrile out In -.-i full tbeir rt-i'.ii'I-. . ." . i I ;itii. w i.. .'iv : : .er. is hut one exhibitorln - cnr. j tmly ce tireiil--m "will be awiril-ti: it to i.e the fir.-1 or neciii'd ;-.s ILo case n;:iy warract. I iviiu. Knti uiii be made at any time iireced- ., In t!ic 1-alr aller tlie x.sl Ol -.eiitenioer. .ilii, All entiif-s of slock, lrieluilin-t s-.7e-i-'.alies, must oe entered bv Ve.lllesdi.y. loo'cioei.- A- Al- inl every e.xmbiter stionld Lave h ar. zl'. ou the t-ruund and arranged iu their place by 011 weones.lay murnln;f. ll celnyen ui-y time, tiiey cm not co:.e In eomiictttlnn nruni, exi epi i,i the depurlmi:pt of il.'.m. . tbal .1. pc ' jlreu. liutter ana cnt-ese. 13: 11. ilen.lin will be fcrnisi.ed a uckvi. will admit il.t-in. tile Itniuie: of lhe family. rhli b . ud al I iiersous under li vears of ape resitHm .11 t. r ien. y; or a -renllenjun and two lad:ea to l. t taix tft-ounds dnrlmr tnc roll. 1-itli. Fern. ties wiroare m-t exhibitors 1 ..11 be admilKMl 10 the fair grounds free. loth. No cow, bu.L jaik. Jeontt. brooc u- e or stallion, 4 vears old and itpwardB shall cooji e for a premium, unless 11 shall have pruven n ir breeoer. . lijtb. lnliiis event that JVovl'lential e icum- . fituuees aiioiiid cut down the rece'pts, the clexv f will 1 iy a iiercenfai'.e on each premium A-..rdsa, .11 it,it.orilui to the amonm. 1,'iu. It boinu nlmost Impossible Ar a pi rnitilu list lo eoulaUi every article wbicb It woc.dbede- , slral letohyve exhibited at the Fair, the Ho LTd or Xiirectoi-s will allow d scretionary preuiii.i-i. But s ieh nrrii-lea must be regularly enterevT u'1'.b. ibe Secretary. , L-ih. All premliimi awarded must 00 crtswii fio:u Ihe Tre nnrer'a hands prior toannnrl settle- . inent January :at. after which tnie the be ley will , not be held resi-ousible for payment of same, "loin. Fifiy cents will be char-reel on rich entry after the first, for the annie aniinel, exci-t on . sweepstnkes: aud In the paynieiiiof ;.reiu:;ima in , allcaaes wliere the amount or prer Dr,.s fnflO-OV aud upward, II per cent, will he dedoi t t.-.. - - .. r.. on motion it was resoivea, am evvrj s e-j.i-s vi gambling under whatsoever name oe strict iy 101--"--idden on the Fair Grounds. ' - No Dane inir Tents or Itincs anowea on tlie grounds. . . - . The side of Intoxicating drinks will not be per- . mltted 011 the grounds uor with In il.c distance., prohibited by law. Parties violating th's mle ror--feit all tl-.e narhi to the irmunds. inamrr be elect-' ed, at the pleasure of the Boar.i. .....-. . . e, r i ' . 1 , 4. ax., vuvoaci-- 1 , rim 1. Jas. L. Cii.v mbeks. Sec'y. . . - ,. . id. 'ore 1 Sd. SHIRIFF'S SALE.' or if Iti is S' HKRIFV'8 SALE. THE 8TATK OF OHTO. Preble County, ss. Pursuant to rne command of an order of sale from the Court cf Common . Pleas, and to me directed. I will offer at Public -. 8le. at the d'Kr or the Court House, in Kalon.on SATtRDAY, September. V7, A. D. 1!7R, between tne nours or 1 auu 4 o-ciock r. ai., me iniiuwiiig ue. rtbed lt.-a! Kstate. to-wlt: Lot number sixty. (HO) aa Known and-desitrnatedon the Town Plat efthe To-wn of West Alexandria, in suld county of Pre ble. . .. J .. . Appraised at y300. To lie sold bv order of Court, in tl-. case wlieretn JaraettCantnbeli is plalntllf, ami Tobias .Polkeiv stcin and others are defendants. Case No. Klla. Terms cash on dav ursale. JOHN TOWSSED, SherltT. -Cav.posi.1. tGn.Ho he. Att'ys. , , - A.uyuat jit ibi a tus. pri.yvo . t OUERIFF' SALE. THE HTATE "- ' IO of Ohio, Preble liouuty sj. Pursu- Hiit to the command of an - order of gale- - from the Courtof Conitnon Pleas, and to me uirected, I m ill oiler at Public .Sale, . 1 at the Court House, ; in .aton, on aAT LTKlDAY, September 27, A. 1. 1873, be-. . tween the hours of 1 and4o'clock, M. the following described Beal Kstate, to- ;; wit: Beine a tia-t of uic North-east ", - quarter of section number, six, in Town- .... ship number six, of range threek Ijtst; . . , . coniaiuing eighteen acres, more or less ; - and also ten acres,- more or less, out of the North-west quarter of section Tium- """;'' ber five, iu township six, of range, three, ,''r: East; and bounded and. described as fol-.v lows: On the East -by Peter Bough's line, on the North ttiul West by Samuel " Kctslers (now Jonathan votterrnon7)- - - line, and'on theSoutli by Joseph Dill-'- ' man's line; The two tracts containing' 'J""- in the aggregate twenty-eight Acres of -. : , land, be the same more or less.. . , : j .. ... . Appraised at i - :i i. Tobesoldby order of Court in . case ' -wherein Jonathan Cotterman is plaintiff, ' - ' and Manassa Young and others are de-:.'. ; ' fendauts. Case Xo. 3315.. '. ., ; Terms cash on day of sale. -t .-- i. . ..-JOHX TO WXSEND, Sheriff.-. ;:: A. Haines, Att'y. ::- -- ""-.-August 21 1873 tds. . ; prf $7 80.'. r ; Sheriff's Sale. . '. i - : ' " Case No. S280. "! '. .' ; :' Lewis Badery. ) Preble ', " Coutmoa ' .' vs. . Pleas order of sale . . Edward Felton,etal) on Mortgage. -. BY virtue of an alias order of bale Is-' sued from the Court of Common Pleas withiu and for the County of ; Preble, , and State of Ohio, In the above case,.- and to the SherifT of said ,.county. . directed, I will ofl'er for sale at' public- -auction, at the door of th.e Court House, in Eaton, in said county, ' ; ' - . - ;; ' On Saturday, Sept. G, 1873. between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P. ;;; M., of said day, the following lands and tenements, situated in the county- of. Preble, and State of Ohio, aud described as follows, to-wit : - ;'-' - A part of tbe south west quarter of ' v section number nineteen, -township' sev- ' en, range 2 tast; beginning nt the north -east corner of said quarter ;theuce south. 5 degrees, east 15 chains and 9 links to a -. stake; tlience south 85 degrees, west 39 -' chains' and 72 links to a sugar tree, & inches in diameter in the section - line ; " ' thence north 5 degrees, west- 15 chains and 9 links to the quarter section stake; ' thence -with the. quarter section line ' north 85 degrees east to the place of be- ginning, containing sixty acres of land. : Also, a part of the north west quarter "' of the atorehald section, townpiup and . range, to-wit :-Forty acres off the South .. side of said quarter, liotli tracts con-.-..' tabling One Hundred Acres of Land, more or less. . Terms Cash. ' Appraised. ' at $50.00 per acre. - -JOHN TDWNSKND, Sheriff. Foos & Fisher, Att'ys.: ; . ' . : : .. ' July 31, 1873 tds. - - pi f. $0,50 IO Oliio, Preble county, -ss. Pursu ant to the coiniuatxl of mi- order of sale from the Probalc.Conrt, . aud to me tiirecteil. I will ofl'pr at Public Sale, at lhe doo-r of Ilie Court Ilouse,' in Eaton, on SATCRJAY, October .' 4th, 1873, between Die. hours of 1 a,nd ! i o'clock, P. il tlie lollowiug de-; sc ibed I e.-il Kxtatc, iliiatcil in Som- , ers township, Preble county, Ohio, and bounded and described aj follows,, to-. wit : Being the undivided one-l'ourtli part- of the S-.mih liitlt'of the North---, west' qiirirti-r ol'sectio i number 21, ' township i, range 2 cast., . Appraised at 759,01 '. To bo sold liy order of Court, in case wherein Louisa Pearson and oth-' crs are- plnintifts,- and Fram-is. Dtity .. and John U. Zimmenii-ni, Administrator-! f John H. Ziimnerinaii dv ceased, are defendants. Terms rash on dnv of sale;" JOHN' TOVVN"SFND, Shciiil'. , August 2, 5 873 Ids. prf. to-50. WM. ENGLE, MEECHANTS TAILOR !! Filbeut's New I5ujLDr.-.c: 4 Cor Nlaiii & Citi-rry St?.. Katon. () - V