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THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
Li, Or. GOULD, Editor.
Sept. 26, xS72.
Liberal Republican and Democratic
UUBACE GREELEY, of N. Y.
NOR VICE PRESIDENT,
B. GBATZ BROWN, of Missouri
Democratic State Ticket.
.For Secretaiy of State,
For Supreme Judge.
JOHN L. GREEN.
Member of Board Public Worka.
ISAAC B. RILEY.
For Congiess, 4th District,
Hon. J. J. WINANS,
Democratic State Ticket. GREELEY & BROWN,
New Hope, Saturday Eve.,8ept.
28. Speakers, Foos & Braffett.
- . Brennereville, Saturday Evo.,
Sept. 28. Speakers, Campbell &
West Florence, Monday Eve.,
Sept. 30. Speakers, Hainea &
West Mancb ester, Monday
Eve., Sept 30. Speakers, Foos
West Elkton, Tuesday Eve.,
Oct. 1. Speakers, Haines &
New Paris, Wednesday Eve.,
Oct. 2. Speakers, Foos & Haines.
College Corner, Wednesday
TT.wo.. fVt, 2. Sneakers. Gilmore
Eaton, Thursday Eve., Oct. 3.
Speakers from abroad.
Oct." 3. . Speakers. - Shideler &
Winchester Fridav Eve.. Oct.
4. Speakers, Gilmore & McNutt.
Camden, Friday Eve., Oct. 4.
Speakers, Foos & McNutt.
Euphemia, Friday Eve., Oct. 4.
Speakers, Shideler & Braffett.
'' New Lexington, Saturday Eve.,
, Oct. 5. Speakers, Foos & Braf
fett. . Centre School Ilonee. (Monroe)
8aturday Eve., Oct. 5. Speakers,
Rilmnni J(r. MiNntt
. Gettysburg!), Saturday Eve.,
Oct. 5. Speakers, Haines &
Campbellstown, Monday Eve.,
Oct. 7. Speaker, Foos & Braf
fett. Eaton, Monday Eve., Oct. 7.
Speakers, Haines & Gilmore.
West Alexandria, MoudayEve.,
-Oct. 7. Speakers, 8hideler &
Greeley in Cincinnati.
Horace Greeley arrived in Cin
cinnati on Friday afternoon last,
and was received by thousands
of his admirers, who had gath
ered there in order to get a
glimpse of the face of an honest
man, who is to be the next
President of the United States
His whole tour through the
Western States was a perfeut
ovation crowds of men, women
and children rushed to the stop
ping places of the train that bore
him along, and welcomed him
with the waving of handker
chiefs and cheers of joy.
Gen. Aquilla Wiley.
This gentleman, the Democrat
ic nominee for Secretary of State,
has a splendid war record. En
tering the army as a private, he
served faithfully, coming out
with the loss of a leg. Since the
war Ue has beeu practicing law.
Ue is a fine busiuees man just
such a one as is needed in the re
sponsible position ot Secretary of
State. Gen. , Wiley should re
ceive the unanimous vote of the
"boys in blue."
The abuse heaped upon Horace
Greeley has helped rather than
hurt him. The caricatures and
ridicule showered on him have
gone beyond the mark and made
him votes. From out of this vit
uperation and calumny the hon
est old man stands out purer, bra
ver and better than ever. He is
a man every American of the
coming years will be proud of
whether he is elected President
Figures for Grantites.
The Liberal Republican com
mittee claim that informations
received horn all parts of the
Stute of New York represents at
least 25 per cent, of the Republi
can votes assure to-day for Gree
ley and Brown. In some locali
ties it is more than that, in oth
ers less; but the average, taking
the State all through, they claim
is inlly up to that figure. Now,
25. per cent, on t he. Republican
vote in 1868, tie largest polled
by that party, is 104,970. If this
estimate be coirct-t, Mr. Greeley
can lose 5 per cent, of the Demo
cratic vote and yet receive 176,.
895 majority, or Grant can get 10
pr cent, of the Democratic vote
and yet Greeley will receive 123,
074 majority. How do the "Ads''
and the Graut rings like these fig
ures? No person believes Grant
will get 10 per cent, of the Dem
ocratic vote in that State. We
don't believe that Grant will get
5, or even 3 per cent, of the Dem
ocratic vote; but the rapidity
with which the changes are go
ing on from Grant to Greeley in
the Republican ranks, will Boon
bring the revolt up to the 25 per
cent, estimate of the Liberal Re
publican committee, if it has not
reached that figure already.
A Card From B. Larsh,
EATON, Sept., 12, 1872.
To the Editors of the "Register."
In your defense of Mr. Mor
row, the present clerk of the
courts of this county, in the Reg
i6ter of this date, you have seen
fit in your excessive zeal as "an
organ" ot the incorrupt (?) ring
of office holders and seekers of
Eaton, to allude by inuendo, to
the undersigned, so that I am
compelled in defense of myself to
reply briefly, to the matter in
controversy, to-wit the Clerk's
overcharges in his costbilis.
You Bay, in substance, that Mr.
Quinn, the independent candi
date for Clerk, hired an expert to
examine the books of the present
Clerk, and cull out a few cases ia
which overcharges have been
made (inadvertently?) and pub
lish thetu to the people, in order
to def. at the present Clerk's re
election, and assist in the elec
tion of Mr. Quinn. .1 . .'. ...
I did, Sirs, at the request of
Mr. Quinn, and under his pay,ex
amine a few cases in the Clerk's
officer commencing at page 1. in
Vol. 12, of the Court Records,
and took each case as they emme
page by page, without culling, and
in every ease that I examined in
Vol. 12, 1 found overcharges, not
ouly as to record, but also over
charges for journal entries, ov
ercharges for copies of pleading
and other overcharges not now
necessary to mention; but in my
report to Mr. Quinn I only in
eluded the overcharges as to re
cord for the reasou that in that
respect the overcharges were of
the largest amounts.
You say also, that I am doing
this to "foist" myself upon the
people of Preble couuty. Great
Heaven! gentlemen, do not talk
about foisting, if .yon please,
when you cast your political eyes
on the offi-.-ers of Preble county
for a few years back and con
template the kind of material,
that has mainly filled the var ous
places of public trust and profit
in our county, and also, the mode
aud the manner of their selection,
I think you will hide your heads
in shame, when you talk of
'foisting." For instance do you
want the public to know what
means were used a few years
back to defeat Moses Nelson for
county Treasurer? or how Vm.
Berry was mo6t outrageously
slaughtered for the same office,
three years ago, or how it was C
F. Brooke was beaten out of the
nomination for Congress recent
ly, or the mode and maunerofa
half dozen other good men being
beaten in convention by inferior
men if you do, and your innuen
does, about "foisting" continue,
these things can be made public,
and further, they will be.
But in relation to the main
point of the present Clerk's ov
ercharges,I have this to say, that
although former Clerks have al
so made overcharges in the mat
ter of record, yet the present
Clerk and perhaps his immedi
ate predecessor have seen all
former clerks and gone a hun
dred percent better.
You say in the beginning of
your defense of Morrow that if
you can be convinced that he has
knowingly charged illegal fees
that you will not only vote
against him but will use your in
fluence against him. Now sir if
you will examine the cases dis
posed of duriug his term and if
you find in-ninety-nine cases out
of a hundred he has charged il
legal fees, to a greater or les6 ex
tent will you be then convinced.
If you say yes, then I say to you
that you will thus find the condi
tion of affairs iu his office.
You, and others have driven
me, in self vindication to make
this charge and you msy attempt
to palliate it as you chooe, but
there the tact 6tauda that the
Clerk has knowingly, if he be fit
for the place, made overcharges
from the begiuning of his term
to the present time, or if he has
not done so knowingly then ho is
equally unfit for the place, and
now it only remains for the peo
ple to say, through the ballot box
whether they wish a change.
I claim to be a Republican, I
believe'.tl.at republicanism means
honesty in the matter of govern
ment from hc highest to the
lowest places, when it ceases to
mean this I cease to bo a Repub
lican but not till then, and furth
er if to bu a Republican involves
the duty of helping to cover up
and liMe the dishonesty and in
capacity of officers of the Repub
lican party, then am I uo longer
You may perhaps say that I
have not been named in thiscon
troversj", and that therefore I
am over sensitive in the premi
ses, but you know, us I, and my
friends kuow that you alluded to
me, and no other person when
you charge that certain men are
seeking to '"foist" themselves on
I presume the people have a
right through the ballot box to
say who they will have to serve
them in any capacity and if the
"Ring" in Eaton are about losing
their "grip" 1 apprehend it will
be healthy for the Republican
You ask the question in your
"defense" 'if the people of Preble
county are going to turn out a
faithful officer who has done his
work conscientiously, and who
nearly a year ago began to cor
rect this long standing abuse so
that the office is now in a better
condition than it has been for
years, for the truder who has
sprung these errors on him." -
Gentlemen is it faithfulness in
this officer to make overcharges
in almost every case that has
bten disposed of during his term?
As to the condition of affairs in
the Clerk's office, ask any man or
any attorney not in and of the
"ring" who knows anything of
that office, and I19 will tell you
that it is, and has beep for three
years in a worse condition than it
has been in since the organiza
tion of Preble couuty.
You say he has begun the work
of correction of errors more than
a year ago; who I ask you ever
heard of his voluntarily correc
ting an error until recently unless
he was compelled to do so?
But enough of thin, 1 have al
ready written more than I inten
ded and only wish in closing, to
say that, personally I have naught
against Mr. Morrow. I believe
him to be socially, a clever man,
but from what I have seen of him
as an officer, I do not think him
to be qualified for the place he
seeks, on the other hand, I desire
to say of Mr. Qoiuu that I have
knowu him from a boy, aud in
every capacity from a plough br.y
to a mechanic, s Post master
and hook keeper he has always
proved himself to be ho'uest, faith
ful and capable.
B. F. LARSH.
For Eaton Democrat.
EATON, O., Sept. 20th, 1872.
To the Editor of Ea ton Democal:
Enclosed find slip taken from
last week's issue of the "Regis
ter;" the whole thing, from be
ginning to end, is a vile calumny
and falsehood, and only tends to
show how utterly depraved is
the mind of that man Morris:
Nearly a Battle. We are
informed that a dapper little Ku
Klux man who ensconces himself
under a Greeley hat, informed
one of our American citizens of
Airican descent, last Monday ev
ening that it he voted for. Grant,
he would be mobbed, whereup
on the irritated man of color was
proposing to Have a little "tri
umph in the air,' if the little
man aforesaid had not been tak
en with a very precipitate, leav
ing. Printing a Democratic pa
per is a tut easier vvoric met. a
and a bit safer too.
Such actions might do in
Georgia, hut it would bo very
unhealthy in this country if car
ried to excess. Reg.
In vindicating myself, being
the person alluded to by Morris,
I have but little to say further
than I state at the head of this
item. As regards dictating to an
African American citizen about
voting f r Grant that ia false. I
to-day stand as firm for the rights
of the colored man as ever, yet I
cannot allow myself to become so
prejudiced that he s? all not vote
for who he pleases that is his
right but when this American
African citizen says he will kill;
and he is sworn to do It on any
negro vvho votes for Greeley,
then I feel in duty bound to ex
tend that same protection to the
colored voter for Greeley that I
do for their other rights.
F. T. FOSTER.
Says the Philadelphia Age: "It
is estimated that the Government
is being robbed of two hundred
dollars per day by the withdraw
al of clerks to do campaign wri
ting. Yet we hear nothing of the
civil-Bervice-reformbill being enforced."
School Board on the Death
of Sarah E. Chambers.
The death of Miss Lizzie
Chambers one of the corps of
teachers of Eaton Union Schools,
having been suggested in open
session, the undersigned were ap
pointed a committee to prepare
and present a report, for the con
sideration of the Board, touching
the subject of the demise of Mis
Chambers. ' Your Committee
beg leave to report as follows:
1. That in the death of Miss
Chambers this Board and the
public have lost a most zealous
and competent teacher.
2. That we will remember with
gratitude her long faithful and
efficient service as a teacher in
Eaton Union Schools, and likewise
3. Remember her high moral
and christian character aud de
portment while in our employ,
and that while her virtues were
many and shinins. her faults, if
any she had, were unknown to us.
4. That wo condole with her
bereaved family in their loss, and
direct a copy of these resolutions
to be delivered t ' them.
5. That these resolutions be
npread upon' the minutes of the
Board, and published in the Ea
W. J. GILMORE.
J. W. KING,
At a fair, last week, in San
Francisco, a cane was put up, to
be given to the Presidential can
didate who received the majority
of votes. The cane is on the way
to Mr Greelev.
1IOTXO WAY'S PIMA AND OINTMENT aro
the ouly medicinal preparations necessnry in fhtui-
ttr-r. . jiv ruin nrifuiiiip nil ijiiriiiicrriia uiunin hiui
nnorrint? certainty: the ointment is a positive anti
dote to all external diseases. Sold 78 Maiden Lane.
N . Y . Price 25 cents per box or pot. Ask for new
style: the old is counterfeited.
Barron street. Eaton, O
MISS R, A. GRAY, would resptfuUr inform
the public that she ha opened Id w. J. Gilmore
Build nt?, and the room formerly occupied as an
Ice Cream Saloon.
S SPLENDID STOCK OF MILLINKRY
GOODS. Bonnets Hats ready trimmed. Drew
Goods, 8hawl, Kcarfs. Skirts, Hose, Collars, Laces,
Gloves, Kiubroideries; and Notions of all kinds,
and In fact everything usual)? found fn a Kirns
Clans Millinery and Variety Store LADIES are
Invited to mil aud examine (root Is.
6epl.SU, TimS. MISS R. A. GRAY.
On tfaeSUt. of Aotrust, by Kev. . V. Busby,
Mr. Simeon Doyl. ej. lo Mrs. Fence, both of
Brcnneravllle, Preble county, O.
The citizens of Lewisbnrg- were surprised by a
"rig" daehlmr .Iirig at lightning speed, and draw
ing reins In front of the Eagle. No foot i nun Ap
peared in livery, but with the aid of two servants
employed for the ocenmon, an am labia couple
alighted and was escorted into the fi out parlor.
Renting awhile, and partaking of the good things
of life, they again took passage nnd drove to a
prove, where a S. S. PIc-NIc was In full blast.
Again our Interesting couple alighted, and elbow
ing their way through the immense throng, in
search ot a man of God. They too believed tho
groves were Gods first temples, and now they were
ready to rear Him an Altar. Nevertheless the
sacrifice to be offered, differed slightly from that
of Abrahams, yet without reluctance they offered
the sacrifice they had brought. At length they
fonnd to e object of their search, but who most
o bedlently refused on the plea 'twould create toe
great a re n sat ion, to perform a marriage In the
grove. Not wishing however to be baffled 'thusly'
they sought until they iound another who don
ned the sacerdotal robe, and pressed him Into ser
vice, not waiting for expenses or apologies of
whatever kind. Away they dashed to the Kev 'a
residence, and were united in wedlocks iron fet
ters. May their hopes and fears be allaye t, and
their aching hearts may feel those pangs and
throbs no more, but a still small voire within he
heard, peace, be still. Now as you have round the
object of your search, may you recline upon your
virtuous couch, and may your dreams be pleasant
and your slumbers mild.
Now since yon are married.
You'd better not think.
Your troubles all buried.
If you do you sink.
TIs but a few months since Mrs. Mabv E.. wife
ofH. I. ltOBtxs. of this place died, after having
been married two short Tears, leaving hor kind
and loving husband with an infant daughter but
a few days old yet fondly hoping that her dar
ling would live to grow up to womanhood, under
loviug care and nurture of its grandma. Mm. J. K.
Robins, and soothe the lonely pathway ol a doting
inther. But provid.-ncc willed otherwise, for on
Tuesday evening, Sept. 17th Inst., I.ITTI.K Xr.L
LI died suddenly, of Cholera Infantum, and that
too. before the arrival of Its father. Leaving the
angelic reiualnH to be brought hither from seven
Mile O.; the home of Its adoption, to be consigned
to the new made Jtrave beside the mother. After a
very appropriate ser on at the 1. E. Church, by
the Uev. Smith, and it being the flrst funeral Ker
mon he ever preached und h !tf first Bciroon on this
circuit, theelfort was succesjfal anil left a favora
ble aud doubtless liming impression upon tho Con
gregation. Sweetly rrpoe. swret one,
Ilestiie voTir mother, dear.
And o'er "thy tiny Rr:ive, Nellie,
Spring flowers they'll strew each year.
Camden, Sept. '72. WILL. J.
EDITOR OF DEMOCRAT. Plee announce
the name of Jonx Townsknii, n. an Independ
ent Candidate for SheiifT, at the net October
election. M.ANY VOTKRH.
To the Editor or the Eaton DeMoerat :
You will please announce to the people of Preble
countv that WII.MAM 1. tJVr.NN wl" In
dependent candidate before them at the October
election. IK74. for Clerk of said county, who will be
supported by his 11M Kkie.nds.
RmTfiTt op DKMOCRAT Please announce
the nume nf f 'nnt. Kl). COTTINOUAM as an In
dependent candidate for the office of Sheriff of
Preble county, at the ensuinir October Election,
and oblige 'MANY VOTERS.
A GOOD OX 13 HOK HAUOrciIE; John
Ciirtins make. Rut little used. V ill ell cheap.
Iin"i'e at Kasrle Hotel.
Sept. 8 i, 187.w3
Grreat America n Circws!
Positively each day of the Exhibition, from the ohow gronn l, Hi ram Plsttner ree to All will
take his aerial flight in his mammoth Air Ship, of which we h-e live, each of which is SK feet hign
and 130 feet iu diameter, and are kept constantly on hand to guard axain.itaaccidents and that there no
Iia THE MENAGERIE.
May be seen one of the finest cf Wild Keastaon thUcoutlneui a complete Animal and Bird show,
Among tuem will he fouad
Double-Necked six Lagged Buli.
The only one ever In the world. This wonderful enrloalty was purchased by Mr. Grady at an enor
mous price, and la alive and well, haa two necks, six. le aod feet, an 1 U pronounced by nil who have
witnessed it to h the most wondertul curiosity ever sucu. Kt hibltcd free ot charge to all persons vis
lUutf the Mammoth Hhowa, Altfo,
Gradj's Den of Savage Lions.
yhlch will be thrown open In foil view, exhlbitln six of the fluent Asiatic Performing Lions ever
captured, and will be performed bv that marvel of bravery and undaunted man of courage,
HEPB ZrPA-TXI-. SOHOPF,
"Who closes his performance by feeding the mouatera raw meat from out his nanrta.
The .Mfrtcan Elephant. "JSUMiTJtJYT"
Acknowledged to be the most learned beast living. Sultan (s known as Col. James Fisk'a other ele
phant, and starred for one entire winter at risk's Grand Opera House, rew York.
Is the most complete and elegant display
of exquisite hosemanship, Gymnastic,
Acrobatic and Athletic exercises .
The best riders; , More acrobats,
The best athletes, More jugglers,
The best clowns, Finer trick horses
than any other show on the road. Don't
fail to see the Grand Prosession which
takes place at ten o'clock each morning,
headed by the magnificent Car of the
Conqueror. This triumphal car, drawn
by ten richly caparisoned Arabian steeds,
contains the mammoth
London Cornet Band,
consisting of 20 Musicians, led by the
Wizard Bugler, Prof. J. A. Armstrong.
The Menagerie is exhibited under a sep
arate tent, this being two distinct shows;
but one ticket admits yon to all. Bal
loon Assention Free.
Admission BO cents. Chil
dren under JO years, 25 cts-
U.ors open at 1 and 7 p. m. Perfor
mances commence at 2 and 8 r. M.
Will Exhibit ai Eaton TlTESIf.fi 1 Oct., Tirst.
Chas McCill, Gene.al Agent
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Bringing into requisition over
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WK would rail the at
Amateurs to ivinKei'd
New aietuod for tuo
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mine of wealth to the A niateur, on account of the
mauy choice Melodies, Songs, fcc, tliat Mr. Kiukel
has selected and arranged expressly for this work.
Kinkel's Hew Method will be mailed, post-paid,
on receipt of jp.so. Address,
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Send 30 cents for the latest number ot
Peter's Musical Monthly.
and you will get at least St worth of our latest and
best Vocal and Instrumental Piano Music
Sept. IK. 1872.
The Art of Money Making
Or the Road to Fortune.
By J. D. MILLH, a New York Merchant. A new
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Solves the question, "What shall 1 do?" Com-
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Tells of a thousand money-making enterprises,
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V3 aud U5 Liberty Street, N. V. 0
Sept. V., ISli.
NOTICE Isherehv iriTen. that T have this dity
be-n appointed Administrator of tho Kstate of
Dhviu Jiargii. r., aect-aseo:; late 01 Aarrisou towu
ship, Preble county, Ohio.
Sept. 26, DAVIDA HASH, AdmT.
Statement of the Finances
of Preble County.
Eaton, September 1st., ISTa.
In nccnrdaiice with Inw. I, W.d.Uariihlser, Aud
itor and I'. "W. "WhlleBldcw, Treasurer of Preble
County, Oiilo. do hereby submit llie following re
port of all funds belong lni? to the County, and uu
dor the control of said Treasurer.
Anit bi-lonirine to Ccurty l--iiiid. tTi.STd.t.'
. llrfdKO " 2.ri.
.. - Koad " s,:$i,is
Sept. iit, IS7S.W2.
W. J. B.VH.V1HSKK, An I.
V. W. WlIiTK.-llfcS,Tren3.
A clean Stock of tirocerict!, in Eato",
floiug a business of Thirty Dollars
per dav. Satisfactory reasons for sol -ing.
Kent cheap. Terms $1,000 cash;
balance in 9 months with interest and
approved security. Apply at this Ottioe.
Sept. 19, 1372-tf
ricw Drug Store.
J, D0N0H0T& COi,
Purifying the 'System!
Of nil Piscases t uns -il by Imp ire Blood.
bore Eyes, Totter,
Sc-altl llenit, iSult R!iu:n,
LVcer, ' Erysipelas
CLEARS THE CnMFLEXlOS rF
Pimoles & Blotches1. .
Removes Mercurial Poisons !
J.OXQ ST.VNDINli DIMKAeg OK TliK .
Liver and Cispepsia !
It la the only known ttt:niljr for ltimv ":,
SYPII I IV & ! '
and tbe Iloases 1 rnialls entirely firm tlitSji
tem.. ' '
Pi ice 551.50 prr Bottle.
J. DONOHOE & CO.
July 35, W72-ein. ' Kiilcm. o.
The unrteriBncl will After at private le (ho
following Keal Katatc, aftuate In Preble county.
Onto, 3 miles south oftha county seat. One Knrni
of 8 acre. fi acres cleared, all under tVnre. good
frame dwelling. Jiarn, nnd all necessary out
houses, splendid Orchard, plenty of miintntr water
the Vrar round. In short a number one. Stock Farm
now rented for $27u per year. WrH be n1d at low
nnres on reasonable terms. Tittle perfect. A1h
a two story frame biiBiness house, find two story
dwelling in the Town of Eaton, Preble County,
Ohio, situate on the North KaM corner of Main and
Beech streets, said premises being the property of
Charles Street and Augustus Selberf. Will be nold
on reasonable terms and at low rates. Title per
fect. or further information, address.
I F. 8HIKLDS,or
Aug. 15, 137i. mo.l Katon, Ohio.
Filbert & Krugg's
BOOT & SHOE
Fti-BEitTKKro wonld ropeetAilly
anuounce to the citizens of Eaton, and
surroundinK country, that he haa Junt
opened a FIRST CLASH
Boot & Shoe Store
VrB. In Michael Filbert's New Bulld
InitrCorner of Main A Cherry Streets,
All My Work War
ranted!! to jrfre entire satlnlurtlon.
(TtiRtom work made to order.
My motto Is: --Oood Stock," Gool
Work," 'Small froBta" and "Quirk
Sales." Please call and see.
Filbert & Krcgg.
Aug. . 187t-yr. L
"W. E. HAWLEY,
top mm Eiai
m.au jro; as-u at etn vat. .r
Office, Filbert's ieio Building,
Operative Dentistry !!
a speciality. -.
August 22, 1872-yrl.
FOR. SALE. For sale at a bar
desirable sirable residence on Cher
ry street Eaton, O. Also, a valuable
90 acre tract of land in Uixon township,
Treble county, O. For further infor
mation, address, Capt. "V. II. Lough,
boldiers Home, Dayton, O., or call upon
. A. L. JIABKIS, Eaton, O.
EniTOR Democrat. Please announce the
name of ItOBr.nT Boxkh. as an Independent
Candidal, tor Conoty Coroner,t the next Oetoher
ejection. MAM VOTEKS.
Is a three-spring wagon intended for
general purposes, where a light wagon
is required. It makes a very neat
Is suitable for both farmers and grocers
and excels as a
SEWING MACHINE WAG02T,
Being lighter than the ordinary kind,
aud is made of the oest quality of mater
ial throughout and
All the principal carriage rankers keep
them. Send for descriptive catalogue to
S. N. BE0W1T, BaTton, 0.
Feb 8, ..18
- - .... .-.,.,., .
New Hardware House
Boner & Zlyler,
HAVE JUMT OPKNED A OT7LI. AXU WKU
Selected Stock of
M ardwas'e !!
a - Cutlery,
Carpenters Tools, ficc.
which they have purchased
Eirsctly from the SSaanfactwew
. . And Importers,
and now oDcr
Special Inducements !
in that linp. ' '
EST" They have also aiMctl largely to
their f-to.-k of
Q u e e n sAva re
And claim to Imve tho largest ami bent
supply ever kept in one house inJKaton,'
aim invite tin-trading :u-liu to -
Give,tlaem sa Gall 2
before j urchasiiig elsewhere.
' ijon Kit & my l ifr:.
Mar 0, 1X72 f.
O. ZO.T? OV M,
BOOTS & SHOES,
Jhlf l. Html, 1-fliOf. Obit.,
K -, r- "i t y on I mid a hiH s:o-r i.rnll h;u.:
of 4.1 A 1'i.l;, ulitl fjifk-s to order t-c.'y
. - BOOTS A SHOE.,
irw r.-aniMtt't h!- work mho Jn t wlwt Ii rp-'V.li,-!'
n1 'f? HU 1 IV ftrtnliy tOioi In Cw n.
K? I ! i nn Mlirt no;1e, Atirl cswmt-nflt-
w. y Ttrrrvy l-ao.-imii), ulwiuys on lie ml
i snl t'1tifti.
A ri Jh7J 3rl.
: UoimI Dwelling litMe and bttrfi
C iif'.s rtKim iu the feutic of IVel Al-
ixaii'lria. Terms iiKMlcrnr. For
rii-lil:!IS mliJrPM in- nrirtlr In
. SSTOTLKK A" Cf.AM)KK
Vi'ft Alt saiiiiria,
Ju!y 18, 1872,tr. ,. - ,
EVERYMAN HIS OWNPhYSIClAM
THE lmrafiwf tiPninnd frr TTOIL-OWA Yfl
PILLS nnd OINTMENT, ttw toiupUvl nnprlnrl
pled Dart tea to counterfeit these valuable medi
Inoraerto protcci me pnnuc ana oarmires. we
hare Wsued R new ''Trade Mark," cmislMtng of an'
Kgypiian circle of a Mfrpent, with tbe letter H in
the centre. Krery box of a-emilne Holoway'h
Pims andOiXTMEXT will have this trade mark
on It; none arecenulne without It.
Y.CHJSMitAi.iu, oie Frnpnetoni,
TR Mahlen Lane, New York.
Jo it sly. rAiii, Cincinnati, Ohio, bole Agent for
Bsnj. N. FLEMING'S
BEXJ. X. FLEMIXG, has opened a
New Blacksmith Shop on Main Street,
on the lot south of Steven's Livery Sta
ble; where he will do Horse Shoeing in
all its various branches and in the most
satisfactory manner. Blacksmlthing of
every description will be done at very
liberal prices. - - B. N. FLEMIXG.
Eaton, Aug. 15, 1872-tf.
BSt. TTorsea kept by the dar or week.
J. B. ZLNN & CO.
Main Street, oppoelt the Doty Honse, Baton, O.
btpt. n, 1872-yl.
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