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March 21, 1872.
We are extremely anxious of having1
correspondents furnish us with news
items from all parts of . the county,
which we will publish cheerfully, but
we have not space to give long arti
cles that concern nobody but one or
two. Hence the Camden "Sewing
Machine" difficulty, looks too "windy"
for us to insert a column about. A
notice of the case and tlie verdict
would have been sufficient.' It will
suit the "Register" it is better than
Miller's ten columns.
The four pages of badly written on
both sides manuscript from Euphemia,
for the publication of which we are
guaranteed two Republican subscrib
ers, is rejected. The fact of their be
ing no responsible name attached to it,
would consign it to the "waste basket"
if there was no other objection.
Also the one from Icwisbtirg. sign
cd "An old Friend." It is well writ
ten, and we would be plsascd to give
It a place, but the writer forgot to send
Bis or her name. . "Old Friend" need
not be ashamed to acknowledge as
well written a piece of composition
as that, but we will state again for the
one thonsandeth time, that no com
munication can be published in the
"Democrat" unless the name of the
-Writer is known to the editor.
Rev. Rjchakd IViixwRiuin, of
Greenville, O., and late of Labrador
Mission, will deliver a Lecture upon
Labrador, in the Town Hall, for the
benefit of .the- Presbyterian Church,
on Friday evening. Probably no one
in the United States is more familiar
tlian he with the people, country and
climate of this sterile region. His
mission field embraced one hundred
and fifty, miles of the coaf. Along
this line he made frequent journeys
by sea in smnier, and in sledges drawn
by dogs in .winter. He will have a
dog, harness, &c, with him. It will
be a very interesting and entertaining
lecture.' Price of admission 25 cents.
Children 15 cents.
The Grand Jury.
The Grand Jury adjourned on last
Thursday,' after a session of seven
days. The result of their labors was
to find twkxty-thkee bills of indict
ment, all against liquor venders, witli
the exception of three a bill against
John Show, Jr., for an Assault and
Battery and two of Forgery against
John M. Brown, late Corporation
Clerk. ,The Jury recommended the
'buildingof a new Jail, the white-washing
and general . renovating of the
Court. House and - out-houses, inside
and out. ;, ' ' ' . . ' " '
To complain or 6ay aught against
the enoi'inotis expense saddled on the
county by this "seven : days session,"
and the summoning of over one hun
dred witnesses against the "benzine
ites," will, of course, ruffle the gentle
ness of a few individuals who would
like to -compel every man to do busi
ness and live in .conformity witlf their
notions. ;: It will be said we are iu
favor of Saloons but it is not time.
We are opposed to them, and believe
that whenever the law is violated it is
right arid proper, to prosecute, but
we never" saw any good results from
persecution". For years this warfare
of persecution and personal abuse has
been going on here iu Eaton. There
are some very mean men in the liquor
business men who would rob the '
"dead of .a three .cent, piece so there
are in all business and there are some
whose word we would as soon take j
as the bond of mauj' who abuse them.
They have been classed as tlijevss and
murderers, and all kind of opprobi
ous and vile epithets applied to them,
by these reformers and regulators of
men's appetites, and we aRk them in
all seriousness to point us to & single
step toward their object? To cut
short the sale of "rot gut," seems to be
their mission. Is the places where it
can be - had any less in number than
when they commenced their warfare ?
Have they not increased? Is there
not two to one? "Then why is it?
Simply because persecution and per
sonal abuse will never advance a re
form. If you can persuade men by
moral suasion and kindness, to live a
sober and industrious life, to conquer
their vicious and depraved desire for
the excessive use of liquor, then you
will have, made a step toward drying
up the business. You will have plac
ed the ax at the root instead of the top.
The drinker is much to blame as
the vender, in our opinion, and wc
think if ' these temperance reformers
would reflect a little soberly upon this
matter, they would pursue a different
. course, and gain their object much
quicker and easier. .... . .
"Ho' thi& ears to hear, let htm hear V
We w&nl $2,00 out of your pocket, and
iuifcturn will give you all the infor-
mation you want each week who got
married, who got a fortune, who has
valuable property for sale, who has
houses to rent, and everything in that
line of business ; and further, will tell
you all the girls that get married m
Preble countv, and in fact all interost-
irisr vents that transoi.e hero and
In the argument for the State, in
the McGlynn an 1 McGchan case, wo
inadvertently omitted the name of Mr.
Magixnis, of Hamilton.
Insure your property.
Prepare your hot beds.
- Stock dealers are busy. '
Send us the local news.
'Moving Day," or the first of April
comes on Monday this year.
A bad sign to sign another man
name to a note.
No man can get rich who lounges
in stores and saloons.
Queer A Sabbath-school journal
advertising a theatrical performance
Loots Johnson has disposed of his
Livery Stable to J. P. Harshman.
The person who lost a kid glove in
the Town Hall, can have it by calling
at the "Democrat" office.
The cash income from our city Hall
since it was opened January 17, 1S71.
amounts to $440,18. Very good.
The New Hampshire election did'nt
amount to much, and of course the
Republicans carried it.
We would "ax" the man who pur
loined our "ax" on last Saturday night,
to "ax" himself to return it.'
For a genuine and certain rat exter
ruinator, a bowel complaint, an emet
ic, take the last "Register."
If you have a place of business, be
found there when wanted or in busi
"Mean enough to be a member of
the Legislature" is now a. common
local aphorism. .
A little child of Mr. Kcnzies was
severely hurt on Sabbath last, while
in our Cemetry, by a large tomb-stone
falling upon it.
Help others when you can, but nev
er give what you cannot ailord, to
simply because it is fashionable.
The fact that shrouds have no pock
ets makes some men feel as if they
ought to have a good deal in hand
when they die.
The man who enters a printing of
fice for the purpose of plying ques
tions, should be remiuded of the press
of business, -
Learn to say "no.w No necessity of
snapping it out dog-fashion, but say
firmly and l-espcctfully, as you
The man that professes to be a dem
ocrat and don't support his party or-
'an, 'might as well be on the other
We have a Steam Fire Engine, but
f.fire was to occur now, we have our
doubts if enough of men could be
found to run the machine to the place
was needed ! What is the matter I
Any subscriber who will bring us
load of good dry wood, we will
promise hiin a respectable obituary
when he dies, and the "Deril" may
attend liia funeral 1
Seven hundred and ninety-five thou
sand Cross Ties are advertised for by
he Luke Erie, Evansville and South
western liail- ay 1 .r Is that evidence
that the Road is not going ahead ?
Wc arc under obligations to Mr. G.
Pattison, Pay-master on the Lake
Eric, Evansville and South-western
Rail-way, for the Daily Evansville
Wc expect to' chronicle several
deaths .among the readers of the "Reg
tor," the result of about that many at
tempting to wade through Miller's
ten column speech on the JKemp-Say-ler
Get ready to pay your income tax.
Grant decrees that it is necessary to
keep his assessors and collectors in
office a while longer to assist in his
renominatiou. The blanks are. now
being prepared and the returns arc re
quired in April.
Tiro. Flannagan of the Ksnton (O.,)
"Democrat," if onr neighbors of the
Register" should discover you had
given them creait lor unit article on
"Radical partv going to pieces,"
you may get ready for "pistols and
coflec" for two.
The scarcity of small tenant houses
this place is severely felt at the pre
sent time- Hardly a day passes by
that we do not hear of some person
enquiring for a tenant house. If there
were hlty vacant houses here they
could all be rented at good rates with
in the next two weeks, and at the
same time it would be adding to the
prosperity of our town.
Those young men who lounge lov
ingly around a saloon fire, waiting for
some one to "set 'era up," are politely
termed gentlemen of leisure moments.
They toil not, neither dc they spin,
but live on their "gift and faculty di
vine" gift of impudence, faculty of
not paying for what they eat, and of
"smiling" divinely when treated to
hot whisky punch. In our day we
have a good many gentlemen of lei
The Republican meeting on last
Saturday to appoint delegates to their
State Convention, was the slimest af
fair we ever saw in Eaton, in the shape
of a political gathering. SIX was all
we could count. A "Revenue Ring"
office-seeker said he be "G D
to II- if he could understand the
reason why there was nobody come."
We would inform our pofane Repub
lican that it is because such men as he
and few more like him are ruling the
party in this county. The people are
sick and disgusted with you, and the
manner in which you have conducted
business in this county, and propose
to rebuke you. You are rotten ! rot
ten I "That's what's tho matter with
Nothing of much importance has
been done by this body since our last
issue. Some few cases have been dis
posed of and a good many held over
for the J une term. The McGlynn and
McGehan cases came up on Monday
morning again, but as the Clerk had
made a blunder in summoning a jury,
the whole day was consumed in cor
reef ing it. The law requires that the
Clerk shall issue a venire directing
the Sheriff to summons thirty-six ju
rors, being electors and householders,
and having the qualifications of jurors
as otherwise provided by law. In
stead of doing this, he drew from the
jury box without knowing whether
they were householders, electors, dead
or alive, and the result was that the
jury was illegal. Seventy appeared-
two could not be found in the county,
and are probably sleeping the sleep of
death, not caring anything about the
case of McGlynn and McGehan. The
jury was discharged the Jrrosecutor
entered a nolle.prosequie on the char
ges of murder in the first degree, and a
jury was summoned from among the
by-standcrs for Tuesday morning at
9 o'clock. This being a balable case
the Judge placed the amount at $1500,
and remarked that if McGehan could
give $1200 he would let him out.
Both gave the required bond. The
jury was nnea aoout 4 ociock on
Tuesdey afternoon, and the trial of
Daniel McGlynn commenced. The
following are the Jurors: Hiram
Stubbs, Henry Singer, Milton Spacht,
Alexander Barr, Edward Kincaid, Jas.
Gard, Oliver Mitchell, John Poag, Ja
cob Wisenbaugh, Leander Parks, Pat
Kerwin and Lewis Albangh.
"Get Your House in Order."
We are sorry to disturb the usual
equanimity of our readers, and espec
ially the delinquent portion of them,
but we must under compulsion in this
instance. Science is always truthful
and scientific men are infallible. And
when one oi these gentlemen tell us
that the world will surely be melted
with intense heat, and all sublunary
things will come to end on the 12th
day of August next, we are bound to
believe and communicate our belief to
the public, that all men may make
timely preparation for so terrible a
catastrophy. It seems that the famous
M. Piantamour, Professor of Astron
omy : at Geneva, tliat Swiss city in
which the Tribunal of Arbitration be
tween this country and England is to
meet, has just discovered a new comet,
which, it is declared, exceeds in size
any ; similar body hitherto known
among men. An elaborate calculation
by this learned observer discovers the
further fact that this monstrous and
unwelcome visitor to this region is
darting with prodigious velocity di-
ectly toward our globe, and that a
collision will inevitably occur on the
12th of August, unless the attraction
of some other body shall deflect it from
its course." Its approach is to be her
alded by intense heat, which will de
stroy all humanity long before the col
lision actually takes place. There is,
however, one consolation about this
story. If the man of science is not
deluding us, after his comet comes
within ordinary telescopic observation
and is visible to the naked eye, there
will still be time to set our houses in
order and prepare for
"The wreck of nutter and the crash of worlds."
which, he so recklessly threatens.
What's the use of discussing Rail
Roads or the Presidential election af
ter this ?
The M. E. Church in Winchester
sned a man ou an old subscription.
They paid their lawyers $15 and got
judgment for $1,15. This is equal to
the hog suit we had here a few years
ago. But it settles the legal principal
that under the laws of Ohio men are
bound to pay Chnrch subscriptions.
Frank Deem has received a full and
choice selection of new prints, spring
shawls, ribbons, spring hats, muslins,
summer cassimeres, &c, &c., and in
vites all to come and take a look at
his Goods. He will sell at the old
pri?es, and give you a free sight of a
Bear" over five feet high, which he
has in his establishment I
OUR BOOK TABLE.
THE AMERICAN STOCK JOURNAL. We wish
call the attention of oar readers to this, the
oldest and most widely circulated Journal of its
class, devoted to the Live (Stock Interests of the
bole country. Each n umber is handsomely Il
lustrated with Engravings, and contains many ar
ticles or lutereit to every Fa rmer and Stock Kaiser
only $1.00 a year. Specimen conies free. Address
P. Boyer A Co., Parkersburfrh , Chester County
YOUXO AMERICA conies to us as fresh as the
Spring time. It Is the most sparkling and origi
nal of the juvenile publications Just what every
child needs. (1.00 per year subscription price,
$1,50 with a valuable premium.
DEMORkST'S MONTHLY for April is bright,
and full of good things as uanal. its fashions are
particularly full and interesting to ladles, and its
literary matter varied, thoughtful, and suggestive,
well as entertaining. It Is pre-eminently prac
tical, and therefore moat useful as a family maga
zine. TKTJSRSON'S MaOAZIKE" for April Is the
first upon our table, looking as fresh and pleasant
an April shower and every bit as welcome. It
among the best and most popular periodicals in
the country and should be In every family.
At his residence near Campbells
town, of Dropsy, on the 16th inst.,
Mr. Archibald Campbell, aged about
In Eaton, on the I6th inst., of Affec
tion of the Lungs, Edly Minor, youn
gest daughter of Julia Minor, wife of
the late Wm. Minor, aged 10 years, 10
months and 17 days.
On the 14th inst., by Rev. George
Baughman, Mr. John B. Everding, to
Miss Eliza A. Kaylok; both of this
Two office-holders, one whito
and one black, have been chosen
to represent the District of Co
lnmbia in the coining National
Convention of the Radical party
They are instructed to vote for
Graut and Colfax. )
The Dakota and Western Iowa
papers are much excited over the
reports of the discovery, of .gold
in the former territory, and de
dounce tho denials of it as infa
mous lies. A rush, in the Bpring
Baltimore has four thonsand
personB employed in several ex
tensive shoe manufactories, and
their sales amount annually to
FREE OF CHARGE.
Call at J. P, Brooking & Sons' Drusr
Store. Eaton, Ohio, and eet a sample
bottle of Dr. A. Boschee's German Svrtti)
free of charge. It has lately been iu-
troaueea in tins country irom Uermany,
and lor anv person sunering witn a se
vere cough, heavy cold sett led on the
breast. consumDtion or anv disease of the
throat and lungs it has no equal in the
world. Our regular sized bottles 75 cts.
In all cases money will be promptly re
turned if perfect satistacnon is not given.
Two doses will relieve any case. Try it
February 1, 1872, lyr.
REVISED WEEKLY BY GEORGE LOCKWOOD
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
FAMILY GROCERIES AND FINE TEA'S
Flour, per bbl 6TS f0 75
1'otatoes, per Dusnei ... ... ou
wheat. do do ........ . . no
Corn. do do . ft
Clover do 20
Butter, per D 20
J.ard, per n . . o
Einrs. oer dos ..
Molasses, per miart. ...
New Orleans, no .........
1 40 2 00
Turkeys. 75 ?l.oo
S$-riip, do.......... -
Sugar per 9 .........
Corn Meal, per lb . . ...
Salt, per bbl ..
lea, per in..
do bv tlie kit..........
White ffsh. single...
Hay, per ton .
Chickens fS ,7S(Si 93,00 prdoz.
Ducks 4,00 pr doz.
FROM DAILY ENQ'R OF WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12TH
LARD OIL. NAiKo
LINSEED OIL 7ik'-7:l
MESS POMKS..13 2.'ai3 50
HAMS VJl'iiUi 1-2
SHOULDERS (M 1-2
FLOUR to WKSiT 10
EXTRE . 750-Jt m
FAMILY W 00
WHEAT $1 eofrtl Si
CORN. ..47e48 SIDES 7(3,7 1-2
OATS 410.43 LARD .
BY K 8WSH UOUS. U KOf?i....Sl MM o U
8ITHAR a'-iC'i'lOV " NET T. 5i.3 KI
REFIN'D..12 l-2(OU3 1-4 CHICKENS. f2 SmB 3 25
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R.
Passenger Trains will run on this Boad, leaving
the several Stations u follows :
Upward Trains. Downward Trafs.
Mail Tiiaim leaves MailTBiis leave
a. m. r. M
Cinvliin.itt 7.45 Richmod .M
Hamilton 8.45 I.& W. Junction. ..0.55
Seven Mile 9.02 Westvllle 7.04
Colllusville if.ll Florence 11
Somerville . 9.18 N'ew Hope 7.18
Camden.... 9.-J8 Knton 7.28
T?:irnetTs 9.o6 Burnet's 7.J
Ealon 9.54 Cumden 7.5J
New Hope 10.03 somerrille .01
Ploreurc 10.10 Co llinsville 8.18
Westvllle 10.17 Seven Mile 8.37
1). W. Junction.. .40.29 Hamilton i.RS
Arr. at Richmond . . 10.35 An . at Cincinnati . .09.55
Chicago Expb's p.m. Chicago Expb's. a.m.
Cincinnati 7.00 Richmond..,. .1
Hamilton 8.03 D. &W. Junction 0.20
Seven Mile 8.21 Westvllle 8.29
Collinsvlllo 8.29 Florence 6.34
Somerrille 8.33 New Hope 8.41
Camden 8.49 Eaton )2
Barnet's 8Jia Baruefs 7.12
Eaton i..v.la Camden 7.19
New Hope 9.2G Somerville 7.30
Florence 9.3 Collinsvllle 7.:s
trestville 9.41 Seven Mile ;.7.47
D. A W. Junction 9.53 Hamilton 8.07
Uichmoud 10.00 Cincinnati 9.2(
d. McLaren, suvt.
L. WILLIAMS, Ass't supu
Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis
Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis RAILROAD.
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION.
DECEMBER 3d, 1871.
No, 8. No. 10-
Cincinnati, . 7.45 a. m. 7,00 p. m.
Richmond, 10.50 a.m. 10.05 p.m.
Haererstown, ............ 11.33 a. m. 10.05 p. m.
New Castle, 12.20 p. m. 11.23 p, m.
Anderson,.. 1.15 p.m. 12,20 a.m.
Kokoino..... ......... 2.58 p. ni. 2.00 a.m.
LoKxnspoi-L, 4.15 p. m. 3.20 a. m.
Crosse,. - 6.40 p m. 5.25 a. m.
Chicago, 9,45 p. m. 8,30 a. m.
a O I Jf O SO CT H.
I No. 1. I No. 3.
Chicago . 7.45 p. m. I 8.00 a. m.
La Crosse, 10.48 p. m, 10.55 a. m.
LoRnnsport 1.00 a. m. 1.20 p. m
Kokomo,. . .... 2.00 a. m. 2.23 p. m.
Andersnn . .... 3.52 a.m. 4.10 p. in.
New Castle 4.49 a. lu, 5.10 p. 111.
Haeerstown, - .......... 5.18 a. m. 6.45 p. m.
Richmond, . 5.55 a. 111. 6,30 p, til.
Cincinnati ........ ...... 9.20 a. m. 9.55 p. in.
No. 8 arrives State Line at 9.55 P. and No. 10
at 6.10 A. M. No. 10 leaves Chicago Daily, except
Saturday. All other Trains start Daily, except
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
Columbus and Indianapolis Division.
I No. 2. No. 6. No. 10,
Mil lord Center.
Oreenvlle ... .
Indiana polis ...
3.00 p. m.
1.00 p. m.
2.08 p, m.
2.52 p. m.
a.55 p. m.
4.56 p. m.
8.15 p, ui.
6.52 p. m.
7.118 p. m.
9.00 p. m.
I. 45 a. ta.
10.10 a. m.
II. 31 a. ill,
lAim p. m.
1,55 p. m.
2.25 p. m.
3.26 p. m.
4.03 p. m.
4.48 p. m.
6.10 p, m.
9.30 a. m.
6.00 p. ni.
7.17 p. ui.
8.07 p. m.
9. 18 p. ni.
9,55 p. 111.
10.23 p. ni.
11.33 p. m,
12.15 a. m.
1.03 a. m.
2.30 a. m.
I No. 1.
No. 5, No. 7,
3.45 a. m.
4.52 a. m.
5.32 a. m.
6.10 a. m.
7.04 a. in.
7.45 a. iu.
8.09 a. ni.
9.10 a. m.
9.52 a. m.
11.00 a. m.
6,45 p. m.
10.25 a. m.
11.44 a. m.
12.45 p, m.
1.24 p. ni.
2.25 p. in.
0.45 p. m,
8.14 p. m.
9.10 p. m.
9.48 p. m.
10.51 p. m.
11.30 P. m.
1 11.57 p,
4.27 p, m. I 12.57 p. m.
a.m p. m. i J..-W a. m.
6.25 p. ni. I 2.45 a. ra.
2.20 p. m. ) 12.00 in.
Nos; t and 7 run Datly; All other Trains Daily,
Geo. Pass Ticket Ag't.
Jannnry 3d,-1872-ly; T,
HTE PUTS ULTRA !
Livery. Feed & Sale Stable
Mv stock of Horses, Buggies and Harness, to
gether with an elegant Barouche and Hack are
complete, and I am prepared to furnish the above
for Pleasure Rides, Weddings, Funerals. Ac, at
WfiOOD BOARD FOR HORSES.ar
Stable first door east ot Union Hotel, Main Stre et
Deo. 29, 1870-y 8. R, SAMPLE, PropT.
WATCHES, JWELRY, '
Ills StotTfc of AVsrtphfH rnislQ. Iti
Gold :iml Silver KnsIisi r,vors. Implex iind
cylinder f-scupetnent, utid the justly i-lelratcd
American and Elgin
A splendid assortment of
of all thp various styles and
frices, from tlie most cele-
liM silver and woodenPen
oiis, ladies' fc geius Shawl
Pins, wflfow and leather
Work, Baskets; Fancy
Oludd and Wooden Boxes.
Toy Watches, srold
Coat Links, Sleeve
of every varie
ty and Btyle,
and endless as
sortment of No
tions fur men.
-worn e d and
raJ. aui&er: Jet: nrlasa.fafi&i:2
satin, qug-le jiiid wax liend?, chi
India ltubber, tiu and willow rattlers. siileuotH.
na, zinc ami wonaen 1 ov Disnos.
jj. t-irar discs, Crotch-
A'eod les. Tobacco
7 T !LF&. and snutr iioxes.
-I Ay. Match Boxes
Doll Heads, Envel
opes, Kools-cap and
;sff iprr-flB, 1 aper. Fish Lines,
J&v5na TToofcs Pocket
Hooks, rocket Yard
"itbi"- felate Pencils,
Gilt Mould! nc for picture frames; fine Table
Terra Cotta A Chi
ns VaJes Razors,
Razor Strops, Lirho-
watch Chains, TOY.S,
Guitars. Banjoes, Accordeons,
Music Jloxes. Jiliillnas. -jiuni-
horines. Flutes. Piccaloes Fifes
Clarionets, Tunings Korka, Pre
A du a Trim.
Wads. Wad Cutters. Slates, Paper Dolls and a host
of other Is'o t ions,
which he has not time or room to eitumemie
Also in addition to the above larRe stock.CHxal
BEllS has just received the following:
oo tll3 Oases,
PATER FURXITritE FOII CHILDREN.
TTa unlloitou ll thimo wlxi n in s-nrch of any
thing in his line, to Hive him a call: nt his old stand;
Wberfhewlll to. pleased toexhibit his Goods, nd
sell to all who may want to buy.
ec. ks, is.j.yi.
STOVE AND TIN STORE
Barron Street, Eaton, Ohio.
R. Reynolds, Prop'r
Roofing. Spouting, Zinc Flooring,
Lining of bath tuba and sink basins,
DromrtlT ettended to. Air selection oi
Stoves & Tinwarecannol ba pxeelled
either in finiah or price. A call is so"
lie i ted. The celebrated Stove Fashion is
worth a visit.
Eaton Jaii. 12, 1971, yrl
BEIfJ. nCBISAKD. I. K. FREjSJIAN.
Hubbard & Freeman,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
WILL attend promitly to all busi
ness entrusted to thei care, in the
various courts of tins State. Ofhee in
Marsh !fc Loi-ktvood building, 2d story
Main Street, Katon, O. Jau-l7-yl-tt.
CHAIN AND SEEDS.
TUE Undersiffned would call tlie at
tention of the farmers of Preble county
to the fact that the- have established
themselves in the (Train business at the
VanAusdar Warehouse, south of east
Main. Street railroad crossing, where
we will give the highest market price
for Grain and Seeds.
COOK & MILLER.
MOEEIS DOTY; Frcp'r.
Main St, Odd FellowsBIock,
Katox, Ohio. .
Stabling for 10O Horses. Livery at
all hours. Free Omnibus to and from
all 'trains, bv S. R. Sample.
Jan. 4, 1872. yl.
8STFUNKRAL CARDS CAN BE
PROCURED AT TUTS OFFICE
WITH NEATNESS & DESPATCH.
WEMAKKJOll PRINn(l A BPKOIAI.tTV
AND DO IT OX THE SHOBTKST KOTICK
'iXik.f-- Pera Wallets,
tLlW4Ti V-SS Tweezer: Sugar
Eg?sftV VSt Toiuw: 'toy Knives
"iSZZL-& jjrf 1 i&Vr h-ile Sols-ors, Lump
JSM-'1I Mrt-sySii? Scissors, Steel Pens,
SSijtotfiAkl-SSa J,uck W"els. ettta
3!if6 fQIHs- vhis Boxes, Soups,
OHIO FARMERS' .
CASH CAPITAL $370,000.
INSURES FAKM PROPERTY ONLY
Kr I'reble nurt part of Montcomery County. Also
Axe rit fur
FARMERS AfA CHANTS
OF HAMILTON", OHIO. -C
A VITAL - - $100,0p0
Alao ARPnt for the UNDERWRITER of N. York.
JtiT'Ofiice wlih htivrr A Fiwnnin. over M. K.
titA-plietrs store. In tliw-oflice Satur.liiy of each
week. Eaton. Ohio. (April l-y3
ctbw .fib raF
GEOCEEIES J !
rPllE uiwlerslffned wonM resptfiilly fnforin Ma
1 ..i.i iVi.M.la tn l".:itain nd RurroutHllntr ronntrT.
that lin has purcliased the stock of Grocerknof C.
and i. llarbaiivh, ami -will eontlnne at their old
slaml to supply all who are In ueeil of
At ns low nrlres as any nthcr house In Katon. Con
sisting in partol:
C'OKl'KK. . TEA,
. ericF.s, ...
t f.orJTt, BACON; f'OIIN MEAL, and every other
nrtlrle lisiinlly kept In a Grocery Store. He will
ii.iv the highest market price iu cash or trade for
all kiwis of ' .,
lCdUNTKy PRODUCE. .
A llherTd .Mtronae Is sorted.
April 13. 1871 Cmos.
.1. L. C1U1XX I N. J. yUINN
EATON STEAM ELEVATOR
Highest JIarket Price
O-RAIIT AND SEED!
. a-OF ALL KINDSai
Prom their lonp exiwrlence tliey claim to nnder
stand thtf business and to be able thereby to carry
it on so as to be safe to themselves and profitable to
farmers. Call at their warehouse, west of Kailroad
Dunot., . t T nmvur snv
r. 8-The HIGHEST CASH PKICBS FAID FOB
LEAF TOBACCO. Jan. 12.1
fAKES" this method of notlfytnir his friends
ami th. miliKi Aeiio.nllv Ihnw who In time
past patronized him , that he boa purchased the
WV. m ?'.
Grocery Establishment '
formerly owned by WINONECKF.R CLAV
TON, In the Odd Vellowa' Building, on the
corner of Main and Cherry streets, where he in
tends keeping constantly on hand full suqply
Fresh Family Groceries.
consisting In part of:
TEASt KAIHINS. SUGARS, FIQa,
ALMONDS . MOLASSES, CAJTDIES, KT7TS,
Wooden Earthern & Glassware;
HAMS. SHOULDERS. SIDES, LAHD. tVAX
H- FANCY ARTICLES, c. Ac, AC,
HALT bv the Barrel or otherwise, and short ev
ery article necessary for fanily use; All ol which
iu De soiu uu reaauuauie veruis.
li. Y. LANIUM
John V. Caufbell Jas. A. Gilmobb
Campbell & Gilmore,
(Successors to GUmore fc Campbell.)
JM TTOItJYE YJS Jt T JL Jl If
NOT ABIE'S PUBLIC,
Land & Government Claim
S9Offlce at tbeold stand on Barron Street.
Jan. 1, 1870.
. MAIN STREET,
EATON,. '. OHIO.
The undcrs!riied would respectfully Inform th;
dublle that they haveopenau a UBSll H .fi,
CABIN KT WAREUOO-M in V anausdal's BulldlnK;
Main Street, Eaton. Ohio. They will keep on hand
a large and well selected stock of
They are also prepareuTto do
Jin the best style nd on thChortest aotlce.
AT ALL TIMES.
BSJTtodict preserved for any length of time.
jrU' nre .cpntit fira snnerior kind of BURIAL
CASEK, assorted sizf-s. which ws warrant sir titfht.
Onr assortment of WALL rAi'Ell, 1IANUIXOH
and UOKUtHS, are of the choicest puma, uotu
plain, ornanientlal and decorative. ToBClher with
experienced hands, tends to make it the store to
scud your orders ; which, with the prompt atten
tion paid to an orders intrustea to us, via lie a .
guarantee for you to deal with us.
Churchill & Albert.
Jan- 13-y. " '
EATON PLANING MILLS
Pine Shingles, Palings,
Window & Door Frames,
ALL KINDS OF
Building Rlale rials.
G-ood Lumber Wanted.
mr-For which the HIGHEST MARKET PRICK
will be paid.
WFACTORY NEAR DEPOT, F.ATOX, OHIO.
Jan. 1, l71-y
g s w - . Era
5 3 fej tJ ra
' 9 s "" & B. ; Usfi4