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THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
L, G-. GOULD, Editor.
Ky IS, 372
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n The "Eaton Democrat'' will be
ftjnnshed1 from the first of J ksb
until after.the Presidential clec-
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tion;for;. , , . t .
Campaign Paper Seventy-Five Cts
JpW' ie the time to fiubscribe.
- !,We '?intend "ta-make it lively
and hot for "smelling commit
tee?" and Grant supporters!
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-Send your money and address
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'Tf, a'ntinnal 'nom ofratifi Con-
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vention is called! meetio.Bal-
tinldre ' bn Jaly Clh', IS72; VThe
Committee" m"ett)trthcr8th at the
residence 6r!'A"ugVist Belmont in
New iTork City. John ,G. Thorn p
s6n,2'th.e member from Ohio, was
present 'at lhemeeti.ng. ','"
.Wehaye been asked by.hu n
' ( Hi ;
dreds, ."will yoa support Greeley
and Brown . - for i'resiaent' ana
V ice President? ' Wa are a Ue
ihocrat, and publish a Democrat
ic paper, bat,;ehouId the Demo
cratic National Convention,whieh
meets, oo the 9th, of July fail ' td
put candidates in the field, we
wuiunaouoieaiy support yxreeiey
and, Brown, lttheie is the leat
),itifi for the, pleotion of Grant,
bvthfi Democrats makin a nom-
Th.jliberties of tha .pecpJe are
gradaally being taken from them,
and it only needs. another Grant'
aaministration to permanently
fasten-the shackles of despotism
' upon them, and u we would
barn TOiBrtnm lAt na nrntit liv the
experience of the last four year6 j
or uranc ruie, ana nse in our
rnight and hurl from power those
whQ are not only Bteanng by. ye-1
grees the liberties of the people,
but rohblng the hatiohal treasury
ends. . . ' J
ination, we hope they will . not do
Anything to - beat Grant!
Cracking the Whip.
-As soon as the result ot the
Cinci.iinati , Convention became
known at this place, the- Kevenue
Clique of Grunt office holders,
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with tneir unaer wneips, started
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outto whip in any stray Itepub-
lican who thought of endorsing
the ticket. There are, however,
in Eaton,-quite a number of
-c 1.1- i "' " t ii '
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worin a ceni at me cry or -oore-
head, ". Greeleyites, . &c." . If we
mistake not,' there will be quite a
ivumh'or f TJoTviVkliana In Prpl ,
county, h ho wjii reiuse : to ijisi
""w-..-. . A ,
their noses dpwn.oa the, Uraut
grindstone,r althousb by their re-
fosal cixi&w-,extrenidy tonorable
Wh'mn' mav hv chance .lo.aJ
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'The-democratic party is in:a
very; comfortable position rela
tive to the coming national
struggle. It. holds the balauce
of power. . It is willing to cast it
with any,; sincere' and uncompromising-movement
for the defeat
of the corrupt 'elements that how
dominate the republican party;
buf il.will not play t ho - part 'of
K a : mi fir, rra Tr n r f t li a m - J .
key and ch'eshuts. Mr. Greeley j;
ana ms aeciarea supporters wuj
do well ta- convince - the deiiio
cratic convenrion of their sineeri
ty'and steadiness ot purpose in.
the opposition ' movement which
tliey have originated and ma,it-
aged'. Any disposition to eeCiire
a regular party indorsement at
Philadelphia, or to threaten to
plaj iuto the bands ot the.regu-' j
lar -party.. by .withdrawing their
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nominations, would be. regarded '
as a proof of itisiucority. ; It will
be the duty ot the democratic
ci nvenlion to determine - thia
sincerity or-! msiiwjenty ot the
Greeley movement by the events
and indications between the pres
etit time and the date of asaemb
The law in regard to bounties
uoea not, as state;l in some
of our exchanges, include soldiers
-wbp enlisted -for. tli-Fce mouths
Uder law Jth' acc.Qunung
oilicers ,Bito deckled aollowij
AM eoldkrlvho hlisiedfor three
year?,'tctveGn'"May4 and July
22, 1861, and Avere mustered lor
threo yearn prior to August 6,
lSGlj, nd; -ero .honorably dia
etist'ge'.I, nrfe entitled, if they have
not received the same for eue'.i
eeryrce, to $100 bounty. Soldiers
who were discharged for promo
"f To if a re ! to C "en tTrt 5"Tt '61 110 r36u"n
13, os snoh fcihustenout'was not
tinelv 'as ' was contem plated by
Genera! Order" IS'o. 15, 1861, nn
ler vhich t ite contract was made.
Where sohliera were, eulisted and
mustered as above, and died or
were killed in the service, their
heirs .haviiVjr received, or being
entitled to receive., the : bounty
unctsr t'le act -or- Jnly 22, 1861,
are ntt entitled to this bounty.
Vhcrv soldiers were enlisted' and
muotcre I as ab.cve, aod have died
sobsecment to- discharge, ,; their
heirs tire not ' entitled ' to this
nounty, for the reason that boun-"
iy,- 1 wu.yjjW" t,.
ah a 1 r. thA.nurtiRfl named in the
RW order under which -the1 can
tract was rnaae.1 isomers emiu-
J eu lO-J-niS ..VOUll.iy.rJirtj. jiol eiiuiieu
I V . ', - I-"'? 'iil'.iM.J1
to bounty 'undej acthoi uiy; s.o,
18G6. aua vice versa: Ihe boon
L .jii .... i. I'.-. i s. -tii nAn
d i t i o n s n a m e'd. i n , t h e a c t ,V, w h i c h
conditions are not changed by
subsequent taw. : rA - law of the
same d ate' ex tended th e time for
filinVolaims' 'uhder the' ait . of
July 28, 1853, which wiialimited
to'JiVnnary -lav 1871V 7' tne ! act
nf J nTyXB,-T8T(Tt6 Ja o u a ryHW,
1873,':rrAll,'claim'a:. whjch ...may
have been filed the proper de-
Dar rTT i
partment since the -date or Itmi
titj0fl- unir.be ; considered with
pUt refiling. .
For cheap Ha!.'&.:.0aps,'go to
M. Storm s." ::? .--.: -
New Law Relating to
of c'r tHerotfectiSftVof pro
eo.; uerty agalnsC' fifeV'hbW- exisjriug,
four, and pf SH,chu,hooJc and lad
here der company ihirty, aud .'of.-SH.ch
hose company -twenty; and pro-
' O t't ' 1 : ' ' 1 ""R X' J f i n n Ao ,1 hi v-
..General :,iAssemblyV of the
i state "ot Ohici'T. hat airy person
vvho is, or'maY bereattef becomej
gi bookx anila WddecV or,)iot'a
and under the, control, of the cor,
portite anthorities of any .city or
incorpqraieu village w,
bereane'r: be organized ; under
aaj subject to the authorities or
any city or village as aforesaid
si.iin. .uaiins loc liiiio uo ojiw
coniinne an ac.iiiar uiuiuvi ,.ui
Ptjch Gonipany, .be: exempt from
, . Batfornil nCef millitarv dntv
tinie df 'peaqe; Vrom service up-
on .juries; atnz ;,rom tne periorm
nncei of labor upon - highways.
any person-who' shall have
been au' ac'tina: member-ot any
oucli company m any .city or vil
Ipfre as aforesaid, and shall have
i X I I ii J. u i : Y .iai i J i o . m i j
Kh fnr t'h'"tm r.t five nonsop
utive ve.l,.s;hall be, for five yeArs
thereafter,' exempted . twvni, the
rrerf6!rnaiice of-militaiy Haty -in
timo (of .p4 Wd; fVom thd :
Jorniatice of labor on tne hljrh-
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wnVtei'j lrovilal.thHt.:the num-
bei. of persons oi sachrx-ngine
compauy 'sh-all hot exceed sixcv
viHfid tnrrhp.r. 'Mint nft nersoji
wbo -1S receiving, pay for hh se'r
vices in anvvsuclv compunV shall
be entitled to receive the exemp
tlOnS Ot this 'ftct.
. . ',.
act to encourage the-orgauiza
tron. of fire . companies," passed
May 11; 1861 is., 374) is
EC. 3..., ,This: , act, shall taVe
effect from its pasHge. - Ji
i--Passed March '26,' 1872.'
il.biifotry.we know not what is.
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SonibiiroTfTIice, in 1 us ; TjFifni TiV
Greeley said in case of a trtaitgu-.
lar conteat. two Iiepublibah k' and
one Democratic candidates, tht
ihflrence and sripport of !rhe Tri
bune would be given to the strong
er "of the Iepiiblican candidates.'
T h e C i n e i ii n at i Co m m erc.i a I o t t h e:
H'h ovj' ( his' . is t h Tn;l Hon ' of
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i.mnfrv r.f.r In t ip finnip iirtl-
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Ijilatlorm of the' Greeley conven
tion is 8tihfitantially the same asT
those adopted by the Democrats
of Ohio -and Connecticut. . ..The
CMHMCxiialj'- then" we perceive
preers Graut vyith iniquity and
corruption to a Democrat pure in
character and his electi n advo-
cate'd'" oh -: correct-iriricip!3 of
govorujne'ut.' .flf.tljat is n6t'7ir-
fV., , . -.
sty-. bon'd a ir e1 " awd oarrowi
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Mdmna, .adopts, the., Greeley aud
Tbo Andiaiiapoi'a Sentinel, the
orgun of the Defliocrucy of In-
BrOwo ticKet, subject to the de
:ciaion of the Democratic Nation
Con vention, aud it is said, Hon-.
Thomas A. Hendricks advises to
For the Democrat.
Well done, was the sentiment
pjL the more than two hundred
inetf,? women'; and children, who
crossed thek-school room chil
dren 4jappy t see their parents
present parents equally so to
see the proficiency manifested,
and to act so well the respective
characters assigned them; so
well, in fact, that the services of
their venerable and efficient
teacher, Mr. Elder, was seldom
called for as promptor. We
-rrave--witne-Ted like exhibitions
at ''College Commencements"
but -at none of which do we re
member to have seen one & all so
well posted unembarrassed and
appearing upon the stage in She
twenty different pieces called for
by the programme, with the ease
and grace of old actors, as these
intelligent school boys and girls
did upon the present occasion re
ilecting credit alike upon teacher
and scholars, diversified too as it
was betweeu acts, by excellent
music furnished by Johnny Mc
Cord ' and Mary Barnet. Miss
Lucy Brown of Intermediate and
Miss Stephens ot the Infant de
partments, each lent to the prin
ciple a. helping hand, the former
furnishing a "Pockohoutis," and
the 12 months allegorical pieces
with deefaraatton-r- Miss Ste
phetfs brought ' in 4 her 50 .wee)
oues wuo situ iiib - uunTOijuo
baiid'' vyhich brought down' the
house and they received, as they
deserved, a double encore and
what the "wee ones" received, is
applicable to the programme
throughout for they ' w ere all
complimented by the : little, as
Melius big. Numerous readers
ol 'the Democi ai here ahtuts must
remeiliber .that these' are", sti ring
political times And consequently
the paper is over run with mat
ter, hence jour space, is limited,
and therefore wo are compelled
to forego the pleasure it would
otherwise afford us, to. give in de
tail "eac'h'' piece with each girl
and b"py:, 'how well they looked
and .'acted, " bu t as it is, we are
quite auretbey'U take the will for
the deed."- The exercises closing
at niid-iiight, with the "bee song,"
beautifully sung with melodeon
accompaniment by eight as pret
ty and intelligent girls as you'll
find irv any School room. 'During
the i evening.. a r; collection was
taken -up to defray the . incident
al expenses incurred, which was
liberally responded to by the
For cheap Clothing, go to M
It is not uninteresting to De
mocrats to hear Republicans
abusing Horace . G reoley. They
moke light of Mr Greeley, talk
ot his white hat his "What I
know About farming;" call htm
"the, farmer.' ot Chappaqua," be
ing the place of hi3 farm in New
Jersey it) short poke fun at
hi in-in every way. The fact is
Mr. Gre'ey's nomination may be
no iaugtiing matter to (.rranfc and
those who wear the collar. We
have-always conceded to Mr.
Greeley high: integrity and gdod-
nosa ot-. hetu't . as- well : as great
ability..; Can they claim as much
for. U.S. Grant; -
Tlie Administration are anxious
that . Congress . ;adjourn at once.
The. Grant party leadt rs fear the
dismissions and exposures inCon-
i-ess and then by these the quar
rel with the Liberals gets worse
and more bitter. ' .
-Grant's -reform Leet in New
Yorkstill plundering the mer
chatsts brother-in-law . Casey
ilouiieliing in New Grleaus, and
brother-in-law Cramer - dishonor
ihg.: his cbimtry ' as American
Minister, at Denmark.
. fJfli e learlTiig cou3ervative Jour
nals of Tennessee, including the
iNashville Uanner and the Union
and Am erica n, and the Memphis
:ppeal and Avalanche, promise
a hearty support of the Greeley
ticket. The Democratic press
generally in the South comment
hivorably.on the nominations.
The Boston Post, the leading
Democratic journal of New Eng
land, expresses disappointment
with the ticket.
For cheap Truuke, go to M.
Sturni'fl. . . .
llo-ace Greeley was born at
Amherst, New Hampshire, on
the 3rd of .January, 1811; learn
ed the printer's trade at Poult
ney, Vermont, in 182G-S0, work
ed for u, few months at his trade
in ,:- Erie, Pennpy Ivania, and ap-.
peared nra'c in New York City as
journeyman printer in 1831;
and ten years afterward, April
10, 1841, started the New York
The St. Louis Hepublicarh, the
Democratic organ, hoisted the
names of Greeley and Brown ou
Saturday 'last and opposes the
Democracy nominating candi
dates of their own.
REVISED WEEKLY BY GEORGE LOCKWOOD
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN FAMILY GROCERIES AND FINE TEAS
Flour, per bhl '
.? 8 73
I'nmtoes, P't Ituitel
wheat, do io 140 - - -
Corn, . lu do
Clover Sed, do ,,. 6 tiO .
Butter, p(.'r ... 20 IS
Lard, por It, 7 10
Kuifs, per (l-.s5 15
MoliissfK, i-r uuurt 2
w rkeana. tin 2".
Syruv, !o zw-' :
Sutrnr per Yb 12) LV
Cum .Mal. h t tf ll
Tea. iK-i- lt ljnIuu
Salt, per hlil 2 i'U
.iat'K.-rei, Hinirto.. 10 (olo
! ty ttie kit, 1 0
WllitO nsll. siliylt;
liny, ppr to't " 11 no
Clucketis : ,7R (R sa.oo prd'oz. Tiirkcvs;
Bucks fcv0 lr dox.
HOLLOWAY'S l'll.I.S AM) OINTM KXT. For
Scurvy, Leprosy. an1 cutaneous dl.sea.st-s they lire
unrivulled. In place whore tlie:ie maladies are
prevalent, the cures aie marvellous, for tlteexiuit
sion ot pimples, hlotehts, c. tliey are unparal
leled, and as a cosiiietie the Ointment stands un
equalled. Sold everywhere. Twenty-live cents
per box or pot. lnltiw1
Calomel at adiseount. uelianec to Southern
Fevers. Good (liKesttou secured by ustus Si 111
mous Liver Jte;nlalrr. uiluwl.
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
- If so, takcour inlrico, antl ijurchnso your Tick
ets over the oM rcil:i!jle and jiopnlur an.SSOTrII
PACIFIC TEA1LROAD, whlcli is, positively, the
only Line (hat runs three iMily KKprt's.s Trains
from Ht. Louis to Kansas Oity and the AVest ! and
Is, positively, the only Line which runs J'ullmairs
Palace ieeper and il no Day Coaches (esntMiially
for movcnO ctiuiniK?'! witii Milicr? Safety Platform
and ihf Vuii'iit Ki'iim Bn.Ko, nioi s r. Ia. I ts
to Kansas City, Tort Soolt, Paron.s, La-wren ce,
Leavenworth, Atohieon, Ht. Jitseph, Nohra-ka
City, Council Bluffy and Omaha 'withowt cham;e.
For in format ion in rojiard to Time Tables, rates
Ac, tu any point hi Missouri, Kun:iiH, Nehraska,
Colorado, Texas or California, call upon or address,
S. II. Thompson, a-ent, Missouri l'acitie R. 1(. Co
Hmiims, Jhio; orK. A. Ford, CJeneral I'aasenyt'r
Aeront , St.. Louis, Mo.
IM Xo tronli in answer questions.
31urch 2 4s2-yrl.
riH K nndersiK
I l'.fi" the sale ol
J PHlentrd No
rnt'd havHia purchased tho rlirht
11 me .Aiiifricaii i,Oilrt; lioasiers,
iwmhf r hi'i't'hv fri imtlfM
til t, 'ionu i . Ai.ML.4it iato,i,tstiie ajem lfr v. asii
intt.n, Jae'wfiijii. Luiih-r and Twin townships.
K. iiliiekl'ord Son.ot' Sitirar Valley, has Di.xnii.Hiid
ilr Appleby, of t'.ariiHveii, . I-sreal. Other town
ships to oeaupplied. Anyone iotaid sellin.' ih:n
without permit from the undersign wt,wHI he ft i alt
with aceoiding to law. AV1LL.J. WlLStiN.
May h, !S7i. Camfltn, P.: P. O. liox. Xo. 17.
F the condition oi'e'Mie First x;.t.ional T!:'nk
Slftle ot" Ohio, at the clOL'e of husfliess April
nt r.alon. t) In the town of Kalon. in the
10, 1S72- ......
KtsorBi-Bs. UOI'S TS.
Iahii!.-' and discounts - - ln :t:'j S2
OC rtrrt- . - - S.0JS 17
XJ. . lionds to secure circnlation - loo,(o 00
Otlier Stock . bonds and niovt,n(fS' H.-ltr, )n
line l'ro:,i Kedeemiux and Reserve Aleuts 'a,.'..', 18
Due from other Manorial liauks - :l sl.' 00
Furmlureand Fixtures - - - 2,."ttJ) H)
Current lONpenses - - - 817
T;, :cca paid, - - - ' - 6m 7
Bills of other National ISanks. -' . - 1.:!1H 00
Fractional currency mid nickels . - 7! is
Specie - - - - - - 47S 3.1
Legal Tender Notes . - - - -" 18,ij7 (hi
Caiiitid Stock paid til - --
.- li,7iiti :a
7,45 ! t:
. 3i 14
bull, ins r uuu, - - -
lMsoouut - - - - -
Ki'.'Uime - - -
rroht and Lir.,3 - - - - .
National Brink Circulation outstaudin.tr
Dividends uuiiaid . - -Individual
Deposits - - '-
State or Onto, FjtKi;i.B I'ofsiy.
1. C. F. Brooke, Cashier of "The First Nation
al Bank if KaLoit, o." solemnlv swe.-ir tliat li.e
above si rttemeiil is true, U) the host ot mv knowl
edge and belief. i. . t H1IOOK K Cashier.
sivo:-,i 10 and snbscrib.'il I, -Wore me, this :ld ilav
ofMay, l57i. B. F. LAliSIf, Xolarv I'ubPc,
sicAL-3 Treble i oiuity, O,
Correct Attest, "II. J. V.t S A t SDAL,
J VS. I1AUXBT, y Dlr's
J. C. llltDUlili, I
May 1, 1S72-B-L
Fifty thousand pounds
of Wool Wanted, for
which, the highest mar ke I:
price vill be paid.
- M. F. STEPHENS.
May 10, 1872.W3
- Sealed ' Pr op sals.
Oealed proposals will In; rpeoiveiT ty
(Otlte umlfrsignett, at Xcw Lexington,
rrcble county, Oliio, until the sum ttay
of may, 1872 for tlie building of a Two
Story Brick School House, "flans soul
sjicciliciitimis can be seen at my Otllce, in
Tlie Directors reserve the right to re
ject, any or all bids.
Ky oruerol the Directors.
II. HILL, Clerk.
May 1(3, 1S72. wl.
HAVE JVWV Ol'KNKD A FULL AND WW.L
Select etl IStocIc of
Carpenters Toots, &c.
1 wliich they have purchased
Directly from the Manufacturers .
A . I T X
. and now oli'er .
Special Inducements !
.. in that line.
3f They have also added largely to
their stock of
ne.ens w are
And claim to have the largest and best
supply ever kept in one house in Eaton,
and invite the trading public to
CS-Ixtq tliera a. CJo.lI t
before purchasing elsewhere.
May 9, 1872 t.f. .
WILL be received by the undersign
ed up to noon of Saturday, May
25th, for the building of a Brick School
House in sub-district number 2, Wash
The Board of Directors reserve the
right to rejeetany or all bids.
The plans and epeeitications enn ue
seen at the resilience ot the nnaersigneu.
By order of the Board of l lireetors.
May t), 1872-W3. C lerk.
To all lovers of Flowers, Mrs. R." M.
Tixuus desires to inform, that she will
keep on hand during tlie season Roses,
Geraniums, Gladiolasses, Verbenias,aud
variety of Dahlias, and Grapevines, at
her residence on West Soniers Street,
Eaton, O. Call and see for yourselves.
May !), lS72-tf.
JOIIX ACAMrBKI.L.- JAS. A. GlLMPltE
Campbell & Gfilmore,
(Successors to Gtlinore fc Campbell,)
TTO RJTE I 2 T JL1 If
Land & Government Claim
tfWOtlice at tlie old stuad 0O Barron Street.
Jan. 1, l7U.
It is important that the goods
Is now complete
Has been selected with great care as to both quality and price.
Tf r. .T?J, 2EE.irS yo.i will find DOMESTIC GOODS !!
lt JT. W. Bf H 3111 ?S you will find II ATS & CAPS!!
Jit F. W. BiBllLlVS you will find BOOTS & SHOES!!
Et F. ,11. IfFFS you will fiud NOTIONS of all kinds !l
If F. T1. JWEFfl you will find Everything in the wa
ESP-Jit F. Jfl. StEEif&S
Or a PARASOL, or anything inthe Dolly Varde Line.
F. mlS. ZPEFvlF, tvill nafi
Oh!1 ami see him before selling
old rtand on '.Main street, Eaton,
May 1872-inos. 2.
Incorporated iit 18-i. :
Insures Only Farm Property in Ohio.
Only one Fire in a place guarantees its
Security and IPermanehcy
Rendering its policies the best investment a farmer can make.
Remember We Insure Farm Property Only.
Rates Lower than CompaniesDoing a Ceneral Business
2, 15. HGLmE Hgesit.
lar.S5i;73. - Eaton Ohio.
buying people should know that
for the Spring trade.
na mOta Vr A A
yoa will find a place to get a
the highest price for wool.
F. M. Deem can be louud at his
1 fl T!
Malvina Jones Court of Com
vs. y mon Pleas Preble
ObediaU E. .Tone. ) County, C'hio.
1UE SAID OBEDIAII E. JONES,
of the countiv of , State of !
Nebraska, will take notice, that, Mai-
vina Jones, did, on the2Uthday of April,
A. D. 1872, tile her petition in' the Otlice
of. the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas, within and for the county of Pre
ble, and State of Ohio, charging the said
Obediah E. Jones with gross neglect of j
duty and habitual drunkenness for more !
than tiiree years last past, and witlt adul
tery with one Mrs. llyde, at the
town of Xew Madison, Darke county,
Ohio, in December, 1800, and January
1870, and also with adultery with divers
lewd women at a house of ill fame in
the city of ltichmond, Indiana, -on the
loth day of February 1870; and asking
that she may be Divorced from the said
Obediah E. Jones, and other anil further
relief, which petition will stand for
heariug at the next term of said Court.
Dated tlris;30th day of April, A D.
By STIVER & FREEMAN,
Atty's for Petitioner.
Attest, D. B. MORROW, Clerk.
May 2, 1872.-w6.
"ftj OTICE, is hereby given that appli-
cation wiil De made to tlie Commit
sioners of Preble county, at their next
session m June 3rd, 18(2, to grant and
establish A Free Turnpike on said road,
as lollows : Commencing on the Eaton
ami Lexington Free Turnpike at An
drew Wikle's,' south-west corner, and
George Smith soujh-east corner, on the
township line of AVashingtou and Twin,
and then running north on said line to
the creek, and there to terminate. Also
vacate the road that runs from the
township line between Lewis Marker
and Andrew AVikle down the Creek in
to the Eaton and Lexington Freepike at
Andrew Wikle's south-east corner, aujj
there to terminate.
May 2, 1872.W6. ' -
MERCHANT TAILOR !!
WES'i MAIX STREET, EATOX, O.
ES" A'l work in his line done with
Xeatness and Despatch.
Cive Him a Call !!
E2T Cutting done in good style and
Eaton May 2, 1872-tf.
Martin L. Wear 1 Before B. F. Earsh
vs. v J. I. in Wasluugton,
Augspurger, ) tp., Preble Countj-,0.
On the 18th of April, A.D
1872, said Justice issueiT an order of
Attachment in ehe above action, for the
sum of S69.96.
MARTIN" L. WEAR.
Ma 2, 1S72.-W3.
Is a three-spring wagon intende l for
general purposes, where a light wagon
is lenuiifu, si juu&e a very neat .-.f
Is suitable for both farmers and grocers
ana excels as a
SEWHTG MACHINE WAC-OIT,
Being lighter than the ordinary kind
and is made of the oest quality of mater
ial inrougtiout ana
All the principal carriage makers keep
them. Send for descriptive catalogue to
S. N. BECWN, Dayton, 0.
Feb 8, ..18 . J
WM. I. KKI.EY. T.J.FAtTLESER
KELLY & FAULKNER,
RFAL ESTATE Agents
LEWISBPRG, PREBLE COUNTY, OHIO.
Will attend promptlyto'the sale of all
Real Estate intrusted to their care.
Persons having Property for sale or
wisiimg to purenase will do well to give
us a call. AVill attend to making Deeds,
Offk-k. With T. J. Faulkner & Son,
ueaiers in vvooien, uoous, iwisburg.
Feb. 15,1872. 2m
CRAIN AND SEEDS.
THE Undersigned would call the at
tention of the farmers of Preble county
to tlie fact that they have established
themselves m thouram business at the
VanAusdal "Warehouse, south of east
Main Street railroad crossing, where
we iu give me mgnest marKct price
lor ijrraiii anu toeeds.
COOK & MILLER.
take notice, that An
drew J. ltutch.ilid on Ihe inil diir or April, A. I.
If't, flle his petition in tlie oltice o'f the Clerk ol" die
Court of Common l'lens, within and for thet'ountv
Preble, and state of Ohio, charging the said
Kmma C. ll;itch Willi adultery with one Theodore
Smith, and asking- that he mav be eltvorred
from the said Kinnm p. Hatch, which petition will
stand for hcHrintr at the next term of said Court.
Also the said Km inn P. Hatch Is hereby notified
that the said plaintiff will take the depositions ol
sundry witnesses on the 5th d.iv of June, A. 1)
1S72, at the otlice of L,. H. llovey In the city of
Rochester, county of Monroe and btate of .New
York, between the hours of 8 a. m. and 9 a ni.,
with authority to adjourn from day to day until all
said deoositions are taken.
Dated this 2nd day of April. A. I. 1872.
ANDREW J. HATCH.
ByCrtAS. Darusotox, his AttV.
April 5, 1S72 6w
."i'l5. MAKKJOB FRTNfTNO A SPKCI AT-ITY
KT E W FIR Vtll
GROCERIES ! !
THF ndmlKnvg would respectftillT Inform hEs
tli nt he hn pureiiasfd tlietx'k of (iroceriesof C.
nnd J. Harbittifrh, and will continue at their old
stand to snpply all who are in need of
At as tow prlees asny nther bouse In Eaton. Con
sisting in lutrt ot:
COFFEE, TEA, SriCES,
KOTIOis'S, BOAPS, FISH'
SALT, SCGAE, MOLASSES,
CAXDIE3, KCIS, WOODEN' WAKk,
STQUKENSWAKK, GLASS WAKE,
rX)UR,BACO,('OKX MEAL! and everT other
article usually kept In a Grocery Store. Me will
imy the hlKhest nuirkot price In cash or trad for
all kinds of
A liberal patronatre is witlrltrol.
. GliO. It. LOCKWOW.
April 13. 1X71 (linns.
F. & F. M. MARSH,
Attorneys & Counselors- Lav
Eaton, PrebleCo., O.
ALL business, such as Settling Es
tates, CoHecting Clsinis, ireparin,?
Legal Instruments Deeds, Mortgages,
Articles of Agreements, &c.,&c., prompt
ly attendertoF .
BEKJ. HUBBARD. I. E. FREEMAX.
Hubbard & Freeman,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
TILL attend promptly to all busi-
f f ttess entrusted tojheir care, in the
various courts of thw State. Otllce ia
Marsh fc Lockwood building, 2l story
Main Street, Eaton, O. Jau-17-yl-tf
Vanfttisdal & Oq.,
Have Now Received
FROM HEW ' YORK!!
A VKfT r.AHGE STOCK OF
Call , and . See .Them.
.-r-FOU AN W'l'EK OU LOtt Ht
Set of Teeth,
At the Dental Oflic of 'iTTTLE
WELSH, Miuor'a BlK-k, Eaton, O.
tST" Persons calling E.u.-tY in tltij
morning can Jwve their teeth in the af
Special attention giveii to juvsnrvhijr
Feb. 1, 1872-tf. ' '
i liar on Street, JLaton, Ohio,
Keem constancy on hand a full Stork of all kinds
. of .LKATJiKit, anil inuk. j to orikT every
r :it al his work to he jut w!mt he re
)1 i It. an Sflls ms low aHiiy hIiod f ii town.
epnlrii'V loi;e on nhort nocirc. and cu.toni
urV f every description. tUwuya on baud
'It, ic.j yrU ' ' -
Jo .n I. Cassel & Quina's
vl . I 3
Patented April 14," .863.
Eaton, O., .March 21, 1872.
We, the undersigned, citizens of Pre
ble county, hereby certify that we havo
for several years past had in use tho Pat
ent Bee-Hives -of John 1. Cassel & (Juin,
and that they are a ierfect -preventive
against tlie moth. We have found the
representations of the Patentees concern
ing said Ilivcs, in all respects true.
Wc believe these Hives to be the best
in use, and cheerfully recommend them
to all owners of Bees.
N. B. STEPHENS.
J. C11KIMTJI AN'.
DK. W.H.II. MINOR.
A. H. DKHHOOT.
WM. Ci. BAN FILL.
HOUIEHMAS. ' O
IfThe above Hive Is now Itoitier mantifnttiv
ed by L,. (iubel 4 Co., Katun. O. All orders for
tnts superior lllve, must be aildjessed to
. , JJ'MJ -asei., Eaton. O.
Eumbcr ! Eumbcr !
To The Public. '
E0BINS01T CHAMEEE3 & CO. -
KEEP for sale at LOW EST MARKET FRICEK
PIKE, POPULAR and ASH Floarinir, Dressed
Pine and Popular Sidelng, Jressed Ash Pine and
poplar Fr.vTHirrNfj lumjiku,
JIUl J.J71.i!-t, Mlli.-Nli l.ti, LATH,
STA1K HALLCSTEKS, NEWEL POSTS, Ac.
Are also prepared to furnish
DOORS. WINDOW FR A MPs saktt r i xtot
Batten Doors and to SAW up, MOULD Oil
RXLl'.MBEH to order. We Intend to make it
the Interest of those needing anything In our
line to deal with us. .
MORRIS DOTY, Prop'r.
M ! A mm
Kictui oi, una r ei tows Block.
Stabling- for 100 Horses. I.ivr.nr ot
hours. Free Omnibus to aud from
Trains, by S. 1. Sample.
o iu. t, ioi2. yi.