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THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
L, Gk GOULD, Editor.
March 2I, a872.
Union Rail Road.
The Uuionites of Indiana,seem
to be in earnest about the liail-
road from this point to their
cily. A preliminary meeting
was held in that city on the 11th
inst.; in reference to the project
Colonel Gray made a statement
of the origin and progress o' the
Eaton & Union Railroad and the
probabilities and contingencies
pertaining to its construction.
That gentleman and John Com
inons of that city were then ap
pointed a committee to look after,
and place themselves in direct
communication with those inter
feted in the Eaton and Union
line, with instructions to keep
posted with th movements of the
project, and whenever the pro
per time comes for a mass meet
ing of the citizens to consider the
enterprise, to call the same. Good
Boasting and Fact.
While the (Secretary ot the
. Treasury boasts - that he has re
duced Government bonds huu
dreds of millions, he omits to add
that to accomplish this bis policy
has caused the country to run in
debt to the foreigner some two
thousand millions of dollars the
interest on which, at compound
interest, before this debt will ma
tare and be paid, will amount to
thirty thousand millions of dol
lars. To get a few hundred mil
lions now to pay his favorites, he
leaves for posterity 'thirty-two
thousand millions to redeem the
U. S. securities given to the for
eigner to raise the duties with
which to pay the pitiful few hun
dred millions. When Mr. Bout-
well .can show increased prodoc
tion and export, augmented ship
ping and employment to indus
trious willing labor, then he may
boast." All that he does now is
to extort the largest amount of
revenue upon the most ruinous
A meeting of colored men from
all parts of the Union, will cons
vene at New Orleans on the 10th
of April, and it promises to be
an exceedingly interesting and
important affair. It is anticipa
ted that the North as well as the
South will be fully represented,
and that measures looking to a
complete combination and co
operation of the race throughout
the entire country for political
and commercial purposes, will be
then and there inaugurated. The
negroes in a certain Bense hold
the balance of power in nearly
half the States of the Union, and
there are white and black dema
gogues enough to teach them
how to use it one of these days.
A terriflic boiler explosion took
place about 2 o'clock on Monday
afternoon at the Candle factory
aud oil refining establishment of
Woods & Conahan, Cincinnati.;
Two men were blown to atoms.
One of the boilers separated in
the middle, and half of it went
shooting through the air and
struck the ground almost half a
mile distant in the midst a bevy
of children at play, instantly
killing two of their number, and
eo injuring a third that she died
a few hours afterwards.
'St. Patricks Pay" was very
appropriately celebrated in all the
leading cities and towns of the
east and west, on Monday last.
The procession . in New York
numbered about .15,000! , Every
thing passed off quietly and in
Under the laws. of Ohio, who
ever takes up an estray animal
sheep, cow, ox, mule, &c. is re
quired within three days, to make
an accurate description of such
animal, its marks, probable age,
fcc, and furnish a copy to the
township clerk; within five days
he is to advertise it in three pub
lic places in the township; if any
other kinds than hogs or sheep,
hoi", within five days, to send a
Bimi'ar description to the County
Will Grant be Renominated.
Most certainly. The Radical
republicans who live on the spoils
and have grown rich on the
crumbs that tall from their mas
ter's table, have takeu it in hand,
and will carry it through. The
Republican who is not open
mouthed in his. . advocacy of
Grannt's being the successor of
Grant, is looked upon as an ene
my of the party aud will not be
allowed to take a seat in the Na
tional Convention. The Conven
tion will be packed, if not by the
office holders under the Presi
dent, by those who will have the
quid pro quo in their pockets.
Than this, nothing is more cer
tain. That many dark things
are being brought to light does
not prove that there are not many
more dark things which eonie of
the President's favorites will not
permit to Bee the light; and the
only way to prevent the truth ot
official villiany will be in contin
uing the same army of officials to
handle the records. For this
they will labor. Upon their suc
cess depends their salvation.
And therefore their bitter hate
of those who will uot cry hosau
na to Grant's renorniuation.
The Radicals have devised a
new scheme for dodging the vex
atious work of re-districting the
State and at the same time not
only retaining their present pre
ponderance, but adding one to
the list of Republican Congress
men. It is 'simply to leave the
nineteen distriets-BS they are, and
to elect the additional member
allowed us under.tho' new appor
tionment at large. The plan
would of course give the Radi
cals a eure thing on the member
at large, and deprive the Democ
racy of all chances , of possible
advantages in a new deal. .
Gen. John A. Dix, of New York
has lost his confidence in Presi
dent Grant. In - his speech the
other night at the Reform meet
ing in New York, we find the
following unplesant allusion- to
the President and his military
ring:' f'They may' rest assured
that if this system of plunder is
not now effectually overthrown
the time will Boon come when
they , will have nothing in pros
pect but the forlorn hope ot the
companions of Ulysses that they
may be the last to be devoured.''
'Tis said by those who have
been close observers of the lives
and characters of men, that emal
things frequently change our
whole lives, and U. S. Grant
seems to be no exception to this
genera rule. Had Captain Gill
loaned him three hundred dol
lars with which to start a grog
gery at Camp Dcnnison, be might
have been there or at Milford
yet, retailing - whisky and dog
leg-tobacco instead of being Pres-
dent of the United States.
Tennessee is moving to take a
hand in the Liberal Republican
Convention at Cincinnati. The
Reunion and Reform Association
have called a mass meeting of
Liberals of all parties at Nash
ville, on the 15th of May, for con
sulfation as to the best means to
be adopted for the support in
that State of the nominees of the
Judge David Davis, Illinois,
the possible Democratic candi
date for President, is fiftyssevsn
years old, weighs three hundred
pounds, is worth $3,000,000, has
broad shoulders, a massive form,
a large nose, closely cut brown
hair plentifully sprinkled with
gray, mild blue eyes a closely
trimmed gray beard and no mous
Even as far toward the outer
edge of civilization as Alaska,
there is a military and commer
cial Ring, protected by the pow
er atWashington. GeneralGrant
is reported as holding thirty
thousand dollars' worth of stock
in the seal fisheries. What a
business turn of mind Ulysses
Let ns all put our shoulders to
the wheel, and the old Demo
cratic party will triumph again.
Get up your Democratic Clubs
n every township, for the party
expects every man to do his full
share in the coming campaign.
What townehip will be the first
to form a clubs
Form Lewisburg. Ohio.
Correspondence Eaton Democrat.
LEWISBURG, O., Mar. 14, '72.
The calm serenity of the vil
lage came near being plightly
marred a few evenings since.
The city Marshal and a young
dry goods clerk were the actors.
There was a slight difference of
opinion as to the price of starch
&c, which culminated in the
Marshal's fortifying himself with
sixteen small gruy heads, and the
aforesaid clerk with three dozen
ax handles; the timely appear
ance of the undertaker with ape
measure in hand, shocked their
too sensitive nerves, and they
"calmly smiled aud wept." F.J.
Wilson has added greutly to his
store room, by building an addi
tion of twenty feet, which makes
it lighter, and one of the plesant
est rooms in town. Mr. Wilson's
urbane manner, as well as the
low prices at which he sells his
goods, has built him up the
laigest tr tule ever had in Lewis
burg. Tobacco men are praying
for damp weather, eo that they
may be able to strip their tobac
co and get it into market; with
one oc two exceptions all the to
bacco haB been sold, those who
sold first in the fields, did the
best, getting from 10 to 12 cents,
and those who have sold lately,
3 to 9 cents. Mr. William Sny
der long a resident of this dace,
and most highly respected, will
remove to or near Parsons Junc
tion, about the first of April,
While his friends much regret
his going from among us, they
tire not blind to the fact, that his
temptation is great. We are to
have another iron bridge across
Twin, at the National Road
Crossing. It is to be built this
season. Estimated cost will be
about eight thousand dollars.
IIarrion townsMp w4Jl then have
about twenty -five thousand dol
lars in iron bridges, and entirely
suppl ed. We wish some one
would cut the gordeon knot as to
who owns the Main street of the
town, the turnpike company, or
the corporation ot Lewisburg, If
the corporation does not own it,
they can certainly control it, and
see that the proper owners keep
it in good condition. There is a
large hole in front of "Emmons
shop" which will sooner or later
bring some one to grief. It has
been open for months, and no
prospect of its being closed. ' Wo
bolieve city councils should take
a pleasurable prido in the streets
and side walks of the village,
they are elected to serve; but for
the good they do here, we
might as well have' sand bngs of
the requisite number, to fill the
chairs, indeed they would be of
more value, for with an addition
of a little time, we might plaster
over the little differences of the
two towns, Euphemia and Lew
From Winchester, O.
WINCHESTER, O., Mar. 18, '72.
By direction of the Preble conn
ty Lodge of Good Templars, I
I sendyou the following re
port of the proceedings of
the Lodge, convened here
on Saturday, March 1872- There
wa3 no session in the forenoon
In the afternoon a sessioii was
held. After attending to some
preliminary mutters, there wa9 a
discussion on the resolution .here
Resolved, That the cause ot
temperance would advance more
rapidly if its friends would direct
their ellorts toward estate and .Na
tional, rather than local prohibi
tion." After a tolerably thorough
discussion of this resolution, par
ticipated in by several brothers
present, the following resoln
tion was substituted instead of
the original, as being more indi
cativeof the sense of the members
present, and likely of temper
ance people generally:
"ltKSOLYED, That while wo
earnestly recommend all efforts
for local prohibition, we believe
it is the duty of all temperance
people to vote and labor- for
State and JNational prohibition.
On motion it was agreed that
when this Lodge adjourns, that it
be adjourned to meet ui Eaton,
at 10 o'clock on the first Satur
day m May.
In the evening, Bros. Black
ford and Risinger spoke very ac
ceptably to a very good audience
in the MethodUt Church sub
By order of the Lodge,
THOMAS A. POLLOK,
Sec'y Pro. Tem.
Fight Between. Methodist
Special Telrgram to the Cincinnati Commercial.
Plymouth, Ohio, March 14.
Two Methodist ministers of this
place, named Gilroy and New-
bold, who have been at enmity
for some time past, met to-day
at the drug store ot E. Dronberg
er & Son, and, after indulging in
considerable personal abuse,New-
bold struck Gilroy, cutting his
face and disfiguring it badly.
The matter will be brought ba
fore the authorities.
What caused this wieked con
flict between these two holy
Sheppatds? A yew lamb, gentle
and likely, no doubt. Rro. Mor
ns please copy.
Incorporated in. 1S48.
Assets flyer IBM lars
Insures Only Farm Property in Ohio.
Only one Fire in a place guarantees its
Security asad IPe-rmaiaeiaey
Rendering its policies the best investment a farmer can make.
Remember We Insure Farm Property Only.
Rates Lower than CompansesDoing a Ceneral Business
. X5. ElOUSIESS, Agent.
Jrtr.91,'79. Eaton Ohio.
Special Telrgram to the Cincinnati Commercial. New Advertisements.
JL. E O T I O EV!!
mHE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF
L the Incorporated Villusre of Eaton,
Preble County, Ohio, are hereby noti
fied, that tliey are required to meet at
the Council Chamber in said Village,
On Monday, April 1st., A.D. 1S72,
between the usual hours of holding elec
tions, and there proceed to elect the fol
lowing officers for said Village to-wit:
One Corporation Cleric.
Ald the' qualified electors of Special
School District number 4 of Washington
Township, in said countv of Preble, are
hereby notified that they are required to
meet at the same time and place above
mentioned, and then and there proceed
to the election of three School Directors,
two oi which are lor three, and one tor
two years, for said district. ' -
G-ivkx' uuder my bad, and official
deal, at ttaton, Oino, .March 180
seal A. i). 1872. -
J. II. FOOS, Mayor.
March 21, 1S72. w2. .
Office of Preblk Co. Ac. Soc-ikty, )
Eaton O., March 9th, 1ST2.
A T a meeting held this, dav In- the
XJLBourd of Directors of said Sociaty,
Hie ioiiuvftiig action was taKen, viz :
rnnmuMs on fikld eijoes.
Best 5 acres of Corn 1st Premium, $20,00
2nu rrennum, .10,00
Best 1 acres of Wheat 1st Prein. 10,00
2nd Premium, 5.00
Best 1 acre of Barley 1st Prera. 0I0O
2nd Premium, 3,00
Best 1 acre of Flax-Secd, 1st Pi-em; 8,00
2nd Premium, 4.00
Best 1 acre of Oats 1st Premium; 0.00
2nd Premium, 3)00
Best acre of Potatoes 1st Prem. 0,00
2nd Premium, 2,00.
Due notice ot time tor maUnix cntne
for above premiums will behcreafter
given. The ground in the above crops
w ill be required to be measured by a
competent party, and a certhicate fur
nished to Board of same competing par
ties will also ue required to turuisli . to
Board certified statement showiuir the
time of sowing orplaiitinsr, the charac
ter of the soil, the quality and kind of
lertiiizers,uscu, aim the maimer of cul
tivation. By order of the Board,
JAMES Ij. CHAMBERS,
Mar. 21, 1S72.AV3 Sec'y
NOTICE given un
dersigned lias been duly appointed
and qualified as Administrator of the es
tate of Jacob Oangwer, late of Harrison
township, Preble countv, Ohio, deceas
ed , AXDKE W HOUSE, Adni'r.
March 20, 1872-3t.
uxivji is nereoy given to all per-
jj sons Having claims against the Es
tate of F. M. Klinger, deceased, late of
West Alexandria, Preble county, to pre
sent them immediately lor adjustment.
JOIIX C. TRICK, Adm'r,
of Estate of F. M. Klinger, dee'd
March 21, 1872 w3 '
Dayton and Western Turn
A DIVIDEND of Two Dollars on
each share of Stock has been declared in
the above Company, and will be paid to
she Stockholders lis follows: On the 2d
of April at Campbell and Gilmore's Of
fice, in Eaton; On April 4th at Harsh
mau & Co's Bank in Davton, and after
words at my office eight miles west of
O. G. SHIVEEY, Treasurer.
March 21, 1872 2 w.
Flax Seed to Loan.
Farmers, we have a supply of
gool clean FLAX SEED to Loan
on reasonable terms.
EIDSON & DEGROOT.
Eaton, March 21, 1872.
War! War! War!
Look To Your Own Interest
FOR number one Beef get it from J.
A. Dunkel. Remember he furnishes it
right at your door for the stamps as low
as you can get it any where in the town
of Eaton, all he asks is to give his meat a
trial to satisfy yourself to the truth of the
statement, and at such prices for the
cash only as to defy competition.
U. A. DUNKEL.
March 21, 1S72-t-2w.
HOUSE & SIGN PAINTERS,
GRAINERS AND GLAIZ3ES,
Donahoc's Building, up Stairs,
Main Street, Eaton, Ohio.
Mixed PaintB, Oils, lutty. Glass, ite,, in quantities
to suit purchasers, Ir sale eiieap.
Feb. Id, lS72.-tf.
TVI-i o fV HowirKf rri tlftniPll n r A mi -
thorized to net as Ageuts lor the " Ea
PAMTlX.-n. I. IJOTIN' , FRATTK PKARCK
WEST AI.KXANDK1A- J. 31'C'UKAX KSU..
LKX1.VHWX, O. KOBTfDAVIDSOX; LKWIS
XKW i'AIITS. A. P. JlHii.
VOI1XIXO Kl..J. J. AXUKUJiON.
F.U PII F.MT A SA M tKT. M 'N L"TT, KWi.
Kl.miKAllO-AlKX. C. FOKD.
W I MUSTEK lilt. K lvil,lNa.
EVERYMAN HIS OViNfHYSBIAK
TIIK ImnH'rw flrmnftil for IIOLLOWAYS
i m Hurl ni .xi i-'xT. hiLt tpmnUM uniiriuci-
! jnri.'c- to counterfeit tliese valunblc mutt
In order to protect the prcblir'nnd ourselves, we
nave lssueo a new -Traup .ti;!rK, i-tnim-Mm
I'cyprian circle of a serpent, with the letter It in
the ceit;rp. F.v.-rv box of isrniitne Hoi.oways
l'lLt.sianrt Oixtmknt will have! this trade mark
on. ii: none- ureueouuie wiuiuui it.
"v v pnpMlril.eo. Sole Proprietors.
r 1.iitlnn f.fti:c New York
Jonx D. I'A UK, Cincinnati, Ohio, bole Agent for
Auditor's Office, Pheblk County, )
Eaton, Ohio, March 14th, 1872.
"VT OTICE is hereby given that sealed
11 proposals will be received at this
office up to noon of April 12th, next, for
the erection of a serviceable wrought
iron bridge across Prices Creek 011 the
Xatioiial lioad in Monioe Township,
span 100 feet, iron floor beams, road way
lu left in tne clear.
Also, for the iiecessarj' masonary in
cluding the excavations.
Also, for the earth work or approaches
Plans and specifications can be seen
at this ofhee on and alter March 20th.
The Board reserves the right to reject
an3' or all bid.
By order of the Commissioners.
Y. .1. BA1JM1ISEH, And.
March 14, 1872-w4.
BUY THE BEST !
3 ii ox's Practical
A HJSAITH PKKWKKVEi:!
A T1MK SA VKiil
A srUKNfiTH SAVK1? ! -
SOAI' AXH KDOL St VVKK!
ST K AM AS ax ai;kxt
CS'The rulvRiitasres of t'li machine aire
1. Itfs-smi;!!. lid:ns not slop; can be used In
carpotffl ro utis.
i. H is easily worked; a child of ten years can
oiir:itt thp V;ts!ior.
It sfCuvM al the well known lwnefils of usfngr
suds l;ilii:jf . No boilintr of olotlits ivquirf l.
4. There H much loss w:.r to the garment than
there is when fiiettuti L- applied.
5. It is cheap; so cheap Unit w hen Its value is
known, the price eati not stand In the way of anv
luimiy wiBiiiu:$ to purcuase one.
6. it does the whole work wtishln?. rliminjr unt
blueing, without the use of a wush-iub or wash
7. The Wringer Is ;lf-adjuilnir, and is capable
Ul Wlllik(lll OU V Oltlt-trUI I lUIUlll I1UIU U lUtC IIM
lar to the heuvleat bid quilt.
Wp. the iiiiderslimed. havhicr tested the efficiency
of Knox's Practical Vashinjr Much trie and Clothes
Wringer, take pleasure In recommending it to the
public. As a labor-savitifr machine it Car surpasses
uuyuiing oi me kiihi we nave ever seen; wnne u
wu'ks no injury to the clothes, but cleans them In
the ouickest and sininlest manner possible. Anv
ordinary washing can be done in from two t three
hours, and the labor Is nothing compared to thai
necessary by an v other mode. We consider it the
most perlect ot all the Washing Machines evet
Mrs. II. J. M'LAUGIILTN,
M. E. BliOOKIKS.
" ELLEN FISlIEli,
" MARY A. WAGGONER.
" LV. STEPHENS.
" Win. BROOKE.
" JACOB CIIRISTMAN.
II. B VAN A US DAL.
" LEVI WYATT.
For further information, address,
Whoarf prepared to furnish Machines on short
notice, at wholesale and retail. tr TKKlf ITOHY
OK 8AI,h. OJJ ritTV AWEXTS WANTED.
C. Waggoner, Agent,
March It, lHHtiic. 'SATOX. OHIO.
Indian Doctor ! !
DR. IiaKUE, the celebrntetl Imlian
Doctor, and Electrical Physician of
X. Y., will reni.'iin at the Eagle Hotel,
Eaton, O., for at leu.st four months. He
has made Chronio Diseases a life time
profession, and his great success in Darke
county, Ohio, aud Randolph couuty,lnd.,
is unparallelled in the history of Chron
ic practice. His Alopathic Diploma can
be seen hanging in his room. AlHicted
Feb. 2!), 1872-mol.
The "Excelsior School Heat Jlanufac
tnring Couiiany" will pay
Cash pes K.
SOOQ to 200,00 Feet
Green Walnut Lumber,
sawed l'jf inches thick, to he delivered
at their liinnber Yard, in Eaton.
WM. EHOOEE, Secretary.
Eaton, February, 22, lS72.-tf.
"We tbe undersigned Company wonld respectfully
announi-e tliat the
First Regular IIontlily
in Eaton, Preble County, O.,
Will he liel.l
On Saturday, March ZQlh, 1872
We propose to do
A Pair and Honorable Business ! !
and invite all persons to attend who wish to
Suy or Sell
Or any other Property.
BCTL,Headquarteraat T-ivery Stable on Main Street
Any further information can be had by addressing
W. II. II. B. MINOR, Pret.'
JOHN" T. DEEM, I g -J.
B. STEPHENS, ) toup ts
II. II. FAKR, Clerk. .
J. II. BOSTICK, Treasurer.
Ma rch 7, 187i. w4.
RESSLEB'S OLD STAND.
E ester & Iange,
They would call the -attention of tlielr friends and
the public KeneraMy tn exam in their
Of Carriages, Buggies &c.
Before i-nrrhtislnfr elsewhere.-
Special attention paid to Eerairin?.
f 1 11 Work Warrant e 2
BG-GIVE US A CALI58r
KESTER & LAMCE.
February 25, ls72-yrl
J. F. WHITI1TG-,
Glossing, Marbling, Graining
Bt0 Executed witli Kcatnea and Dispatch, "a
Office, ix JfiNon's BriLinxc;,
Opposite the Court House,
EATOX, OHIO. CmV-tf
Si O DOLLARS
FOU AX Vl'l'KK OJl LO'.V.l!
: Set of Teeth,
At the Dental Office of TUTTIK &
WELSH, Minor's Block, Eaton, O.
M" Persons ciilliiiij Early in tbo
moriiiur can hare, tlicir toetii in the af
terhoon. ' - : .
Special attention given to preserving
. i"eh. 1, 187i-tf.
Is a three-spring wagon intended for
geiieial purposes, where a- lignt wagon
is required, it itiaues a very netti
Is suitalile lor hoth farmers and grocers
and excels its a
SEWXN3 MACHINE WAGON,
Beius lighter than the ordinary kind,
and is made of the best quality ot mater
ial throughout and
All the principal carriage makers keep
thein. Send for descriptive catalogue to
S. N. BE0771T, Dayton, 0.
Feb 8, ASTl'wH.
SADLERY AND Mm
JToIizz It tip pel Ji
HAS OI'KXKI a
SAELLE & EAEITESS SHOP!!
in the Xorth Koom of
ODD FELLOVS' EUSLDIHG,
OX CHKHHY STREET,
And proposes to do all kind of work in
ins line, in tne
Very Eest and Latest Style.
Call and Examine Work.
Eaton, Feb. 1G, 1872-6ni
Charlotte T. Barnet, Pltffl Preble Co.,
vs. f rn, otiri; oi
Amelia Cook et. al. ) Common
Amelia Cook of Vermillion County. Illinois, An
rtrew HeUiler Mid Mnrv Het7.1er of I Jkart Cnnntv,
Indiana. Nancv I'a'.'ott nnil Patftcmt, of
Countv, Indiana, l'eter Cliiilester, Ju nes Ciiides
ter. Mary Artrabrifflit, Arnold Arabriirlit. .Martha
Erasmus (J. Cllidester. James ( ChWestei-j Ira S.
Cliiilt Hter, Jerome t liiilester, tary inner, John R.
A. Chi'lester, and William (J. neron ot ksk C'oiin-
ILiller. hmnm J. rortr.v, jvit:ii.i.i rurei, jruHiim
-, Imiinna. win lane iikt. hu iiarioue r.
amett. ol the County of Pnlaski, and State of Tn-
Hi.l nn t)m Till llnV Ol If enrillirV. 187. fllM t.A-
petition in tne uonri oi v oiiimu. i minn, ut)
airaiust the above nimed lejeii'iaut, where the
same is now pending, demanding purtition of the
following premises, situate in the Count v of Preble
and State orolito, and Ih-Iiir the North es,t quar.
ter of ilie South Kast quarter or seetlou twenty,
four, (it) township four, (4 ot range three (3) Kast
or the tTouniy ot rreuc iri wie i tnto.
Th. .indnr!f.ned'demands tliat parf itl'ln he mnfl.
said premises aeeordina to tlie respective rijrlUH
said parties therein.
At tne nexi term 01 mi'i mi tiiipiieaiiou
will be madebv the undersigned for an order that
partition may be made e. off aid iremies.
CAAirBKI.I. fc y ILMORK,
Aumiirj-s mr i-etitlom;r.
Feb. ira-wB prf. f 10.
New York Life Insurance Co.
INHOME FOK 1870, $6,500,000
- ASSESTS, $18,500,000.
E." ff.' LEONARD '&'Co.
H3 W. Third Street.
L G". GOULD, SPECIAL AG'T.
JlfiSEES THE KYJIl'TOllJ
w yvtr i om plaint arc un
fMi M eiw les and pa In tn th
JN B side. Sometimes tii
m Liver Cc:
pnlnn nre in the hIiouI
flrr, niul Ik mlstnken tow
u H rhoumut ism. I hfHtotu-
EU&Tq ftHWW WLWn3 aril ts ttflVctfd with lo
(1 jtppc.tiLo and sickness, 1kwoIs In irenerHl ctiatlw,
wniellni(! altern;ttin with lux. 1 lie hend Is t rou
ble 1 with pain, and dull, Uvttyy sanitation, couMld
r:iMo In;snr ntcmor . ucconipanied wfth painful
ana to m oi in
undone something th.t
ourht to hjtro been da a a
wenknesM, dbbilitT an a
low spirit. Sometimes
mtuiy of th above yu
toniK attend the dlHeiist.
and hi nttirr t tinva very few or them; hut the ures
is (jencndly the oran most Involved. Curs La
A I'RKI'A RATION OF IIOOT8 AND HKRB
warrnnted to In ulrirfly Teirctable. and oan d
Injury to nymp. It has beon used by huodnMr
unl knovrn tor the last thirty-five yeara aa on of
tin1 most r'lia!e. elilcsK-louN and barm leas prepara
tions i.ver tdt'ered to tiie mattering. If taken rega
larlv nnd persistently. It is an re 1o enre
Jamrdfce, c o s 1 1 Taneaav
fdek hendaohe, chronlr
dlarrtiaen, atTeetionfi f
tbe bladder, cainp dyn
entTy4arTectims of the
kidneyv. feyer, nerveua
ue6, clillbi, dLaetuMa oi
skin, impuritv of the bloml, mekmcboJr.or rfeprea
sion of spirits, liearthurn, cltc, or pains in the
bowelH. pain n the bend, fever and ague, dropsy.
fenuile attentiona, and bllloua dlseuaes Keneraii
.For bale by
Sfiid for Cln-nlnr. . ilriiBiflxi'i- Mc-on. G
Priwf : h- inailfl.25. and 3t9 Arr-h St.,
KOUSALfc 11V - I l-hlladfiphltw
Brookins & Son. Eaton.
August i,i6il-. - - -
ITERS A Mil.
Tuvitc Jittention to their took of fam
ii.Y oiiot'KiiiKS :iu1 WiowrCK, of"wliii:b
flicy keep a full awl coiii!etu .stouk tit
(lieir old .staml on . ' ,
ISaron Street Eaton. J. 0.
We lliitti'r oorslvesi that wo ran
as' low as any otht'r hHir in town, ami
will keop always on haml the be brand
of - - V .. .'
I'KOVISIOS!, VKGF.TAI5LE8, ALHONB6
HUA1t. SYKfFM, ;.
IWVKE, ' UA1S1NS. . . - .
lfl'TTKR. ' CHK1CST?. -
HAMS,- KllOL'r.DKKH, .
FAMILY FI.OUK, CORN MEAJ., 4 HICbA)
salt by -tlLG Msltt&U
The patronage of the public' is sottcitcdL,
.Inn 11. W yl. J
TS 13. .W
An entire Xow Stock of
DWTTOS, T)Vr STrCW. PKitFCUB
iSTATIOXKIlV. TulLUT ' A ItriUXt-M, .
i AM) VA'ty.ST NKJiiCIXri-J. I't'itK
! M'lXB; & i.lQCOICS, Ft III JlEDi-
OPBITED X 1ST
OI'PGSJTE TH K TiJUX OFFICIO.: ; .
Tha nmua!;iiiit iiudur the control
Win. T. itubljell, t'awrably known for
over twenty year as a reliable and curo
11 1 Drupsts. Ilitf .old vustoiucrs s ud
new ones' will lte waited on at all hoiuv,
day or iiljjht with.rwt pliawre;, .,
lJth.SCUIl'TIOXS ('AltfU-CLLV C'OJII'OCNDUD..
J. Donohoo fc Co-
Kiiton. -lun. '4 liirJ , niO -.
IX o ' Gr v. ; i J yl
m?CTVf-TTK,TT T.V ftidrtiiR li!a ria fHrirA. a
cusioiners. und tiie p:ildi In .e -tr.l I hut Ii iia
cjM-nea u. KV UKOOKilY, !:i llie room PtH'en y
M-eun'ed by Winters liill, in . V auilcl
b.iililiHi; on Mixi.i street, and liuou baud a L-'tM
COFFEES, ' '
forntoen, annsnenotnor articles eh are fuuud in a
Uroeery and , ,
which liaveall been purcbarfor cash and w!;( b
AT TIIE LOWEST RATFS.
(X)VSTUY PHODUCE of all kind's snob Ifv
eon. IJ:itter Kk:, Potatoes, etc., bought ut tit
highest ujiirket irtre for
Groceries for Cash
lie flatters b i nisei f by attention to hu-rinr, n
desire to piense, keeping Hie bettt urtlclf ;md .-i-liiiff
at low prices, tie will merit aiidreveive a liutii
al Miure of public patronage.
.'. 31., Ail kimU of feed for ntnelz will lie kont
for fcal c Much an IXJIUC, OATS, HJIIP-JSTUlifc', A-
Katon. Jn.1S. l7j-tf. ' '
mm. mm m m m n mm.
HAVIXG pennnnently located in Kn
ton, oti'ers Iiis professional servttf"
to all of his old friends, and the commu
Having been actively engaged in U:o
practice of -Medicine and Surgerv for Iho
last twelve years, ho feels coiultftriit ot
giving full Katisfaction to all.
Ofliee and residence, nortlr-oast
corner of Barron and Decatur streets,-
opposite G. H. Eidsou's residence.
jec. 2M. I7t-tf
F. & F. HI. MARSH,
ttorneys & Counselors Law.
Eaton, Preble Co., O.
ALLi business, such as Settling K-v-tate?,
Collecting Claims, prpparin
Jegal Instrumonte Deeds, Mortga;":4,
Articles of Agreements, &c.,&v., pr:i!ir.c-
ly attentlect to. Feb. 1, '72 y 1 .
WM. T. KELLY.
KELLY & FAULENER, -
REAL' ESTATE Aepents
LEWISBURG, PREBLE COVSTY, OHIO.
"Vill attend promptly to tho sale of all
Real Estate intrusted ti tlieir care.
Persons having Proiiertv for sal ii or
wisliing topurcliase will tlo well to ive
us a call. Will attend to making Deed,
Offkt.. vvitn i. J. Faulkner K Som,
dealers in Woolen, Goods, Lewisburg. '
f eD. lSi J. zni.
A New Carriage for sale r.r trado - f a.
bargain. For particulars, call t the
Store of F. M. Doom.