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EATON VEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
Jan. 3, 1873.
'- If the person who sent the lines
"I'm so Weabv," will send 113 their
name the verses 'will appear, other
wise, they will be laid aside. Our
rule is Imperative that no communi
cation can "appear in the Democrat
'without our knowing the author, and
we cannot break over it, however mer
. " Itorious the article may be.
Every week we have some one of
onr subscribers to complain of not get
ting their paper, most of which come
Troxn those who receive their paper at
the Office in Eaton. "We cannot ac
count for it. Certain we are that we
ssnd the Democrat to every one, each
week, rain or shine, sick or well, as
We agreed to, and it is impossible for
lis to follow each copy and see it de
livered to its proper owner. "We are
working for a change in our Govern
nipntal nfTui ra. And nntil it is made we
will be compelled to bear a good
Our New Sheriff.
On last Monday our new elected
I Sheriff John Towksekd, Esq., took
charge of the office at this place, Mr.
Bostic, the late incunbent retiring to
' the shades of private life. "We predict
that Mr. Townsend will make a model
'officer, and that when his term . ex
pires the unanimous expression of all
y who have had business with him will
:, be, "well done thou good and faithful
servant, enter thou into the joys of a
second term I" ' -
.. .The old members of the Agricultu-
-. 1 T .1 . 7
1 at .Duatu iiivif uu oaiutuaj iaoi auu
closed up their business before retir-
ing. The new Board was organized
by the re-election of "W. C. M. Bbook-
1ns, Treasurer, and J. Lu Chambers,
. Secretary. These two officers nave
given entire satisfaction and it was
right and proper to continue them in
kha positions they - so satisfactorily
The New Year.
w. . -rx i ot) . :
Aire year -ci. xj. xoio rauw iuiu ia-
ton very much like other, days, quiet
ly, and with no excitement. The
ancient custom of keeping "open
house" is but little observed, in fact is
almost obsolete. "Watch meetings are
ignored - among the Churches, and
those who in times gone by thought
ihat "a new year- could not come in
.nlmA . - J I infiili.ni n ii .1 niNina. Vi a ira
concluded that it will come any how.
Even the boys havs almost forgotten
that the occasion should be celebrated
by the burning of fire crackers and
other small artillery.
Our friend "Cap," at Camden, by
way of an apology for his last corres
- pondence from that place, not being
just in order, sent us for a New Year's
present, a Keg of the largest, fatest
land most delicious bivalves, we have
had this season, the kind he serves up
for his customers. Any person wish
ing to test the quality of Cap's Oys
tere, let them drop in and give them
a. trial. The anolosrv was satisfactor
ily." , ,.
, . ... i. m -
Editors are asked . by , everybody
they meet, " What's the news?" ' Now
it is our wish as well as our business
to be nossessed of the current events
of the county.
In attending to the duties of this of
fice it is clear that we can not' go
around much looking up information.
. "What we want is that our readers,
those who are, interested in the suc
cess of the paper as well as all who
like to tell what they know, will send
us all the items that may come under
their notice. "We want the news, and
H we get any tne pnDuc win gei 11.
It is right that all of us should, at the
Close Ol eacn year, lay our piaua iut
what we intend to do during tne suc
ceeding twelve months. The farmer
on that day generally Jells his land-
1 fl xxrl-ioth.ii. riA -urill rpmnin on hia
farm afte the - first of April. In
towns tenants receive notices to quit
after the expiration of three months,
: and they must either re-rent or move
when moving day comes around.
The advent of the New Tear ehould
lie a season of turning over of new
leaves by all who have failed of suc
cess during the present. It is a time
at which our people might map out
some plan of operations to be follow
ed in the advancement and progress
and improvement of our town. "We
have written on this subject before,
and our readers must be aware of the
facilities within our reach for increas
ing the population, the wealth, and
the material interests of our county.
Notionly one branch of industry but
a number await brains and money, to
be made still more profitable and re
The cost to the State of prosecuting
McGIynn at the last term of our Court
which ended in his conviction, will be
about $2,700. Butler county will have
ta pay the bills id the oth3r suits con
ducted in '"Warren, Montgomery and
this county, amounting to the snug
mm of about $17,000 in round figures.
We never had better sleighing, and
since the epizootic has almost disap
peared, the jingle of the merry blefgh
bells can be heard at almost all hours
of the night and day.
"Everybody takes it" the Eaton
We are now constantly gaining in
The latest motto God help the
rich, the poor can dig.
Wives who are always blowing up
their hushands are called domestic
Balls, parties, concerts, dramatic and
minstrel entertainments are now in
Commence the NewJYear by pay
ing lor tne Democrat til January,
1874 fifty two issues.
Superintendent of the Invigorating
Department," is the latest name for a
Holiday money is about all spent.
Save up now, bwrs -for the 4th of
Dull times among our mechanics,
particularly the : builders, carpenters
These sharp cold snaps are not fa
vorable for the exhibition of street
Farmers cannot complain of unpro
tected gram fields. The snow now
on the ground settles that matter.
What is tne dinerence between a
wagon tire and a hoop skirt ? One
encircles the felloes and the other
Our butchers display naked hogs on
the street, and they have the impu
dence to say they are dressed.
If anybody is "harder up" pecuni
arily than the printer just now, we
want to keep out of the way of so
uninviting a spectacle.
A cheerful fireside, warm clothing,
with a warm picart these are the
glories of earthly happiness, in this
It has come to be looked upon asa
legal fact that any man' who didn't
divide his property to suit all his
heirs was insane.
The head of that philosopher is lev
el, who remarked that the newspaper
just as necessary to fit a man for his
true position in life as food or rai
ment. Keep sober and then you can talk
straight. One of our druggists was
quite surprised the other day to hear
fellow inquire if he had any of "Mrs.
Soothlow's Winsling Slyr'p."
The good Isaac Morris- can lose the
Sheriff, Clerk, and one or two hun
dred subscribers and not feel it, but
the loss of half dime's worth of his re
ligion would utterly bankrupt him.
The icy roads are hard on the hor-
ses, and great care 6honIdjj.be taken
that they are well roughed in shoeing.
This may prevent an accident to the
owner as well as to the horse.
A suspicious disposition is gener
ally Its own tormentor. He, who is
always suspecting others, gives good
cause for being suspected himself.
It is reported that "fortune knocks
once at every man's door." If she ev
knocked at ours, it was when we
were out. However, we await the
knock with our usual composure.
Boys! Spend - your -.evenings at
home, or in good company elsewhere,
and when you have spare moments do
not idle them sway, but always en
deavor to be learning something bene
ficial to you hereafter. - -
Some of the voung inen .of "this
place have organized a Savings Asso
ciation. Each member contributes
twenty-five cents a week. The Asso
ciation- is to continue for five years,
and no member can withdraw before
the expiration of that time.
A clergyman not a hundred miles
from this place, says that "the forbid
den fruit that Eve 'partook of and
gave to Adam was tobacco." Wo
men tempted, but men the scamps
kept right on eating the stuff. Our
meerschaum is for sale.
Josh Billings, with characteristic
nonsensical common sense,rcmarketh :
There is lota of folksrn this world
rather than not, find any fault
all, wouldn't hesitate tew say tew
angle-worm that his tail is alto
gether tew long for his body.
It is a pleasant sight, these long ev
enings, to see the tamily circle cosily
sitting, around the bright sparkling
fire, especially so when their home
paper is read and listened to in that
circle. The 'Democrat' is just what
every farmer needs for his family. It
will not fail to please and interest all
who read it
There is something in winter and
snow, and ice, and silence, which
weirdly reminds one of death and the
dead. In summer, when nature is
young, bathe and merry, we remem
ber only life and the living. When
the world is green and blossoming,
when earth, air add water are restless,
with eager, burning life, we think on
ly of the life of which we are a part.
the cold and dark of winter we re
member the life to dome.
Pomeroy's Democrat, in a handsome
new dress and finely illustrated. It
the first one we have had the pleas
ure of seeing1 for about a year, having
been dropped after noticing it last
year and sending three or four sub
scribers from this part of the county.
We like to read "Brick's" paper, even
though differing much with it in its
political course. His articles on "Sa
turday Night." are worth the $2 50 a
year, to say nothing of the beautiful
Cromo each subscribers receives.
After your own County paper, send
for the "Dimocbat."
The "Young Pioneer."
The editor of the Eaton Register
was invited to a Christmas Pioneer
Dinner, at our old friend D. R. Pot
tenger's, near Camden, nud occupied
the space of kike columns in giving
description, biographical sketches, in
cidents, &c, of those present. Isaac
was tire only one who passed nnno
ticed, which was of course, owing to
his extreme modesty 1 "We propose
to supply that Vacuum for the "good
Isaac," the "3'oung pioneer," and are
ready to stand corrected of all errors.
The good Isaac Morris, the "Young
Pioneer" of Preble county, and "Turn
ble-bug" editor of the Tumble-bug
journal, was born at an early period
of his existence, in the Village of
IiUmbcrtown, Clinton county, State of
Ohio. For 22 months, 16 days and 2
hours he was sustained entirely by
the lacteal fluid called milk, upon
which healthy and nutritious diet he
thrived and grew fat. This village
is surrounded with farming land in
good state of culture ; a little 6tream
ripples and dances on its way to
deeper waters ; nice moral birds 6ing
and whistle in the branches around
Lumbertown ; there are one or two
stores where things and doings are
sold to those who apply with cash or
approved credit ; but there is nary a
grocerce where stuff can be obtained
to irrigate the arid tonsils and mois
ten the upper end of the wind pipe,
when there is need of such moistening
being afflicted ; and it is 6aid there is
a Church where the good Isaac went
once a week and purified himself of
worldliness and prepared for that
happy home in the hereafter, all of
which accounts for 'the good Isaac's
strictly moral ( ?) and meek character I
Early evincing an uncommon desire
for learning, it was decided he should
teach the "young idea how to shoot,"
A school was procured for him, but
somehow or other he departed from
the paths of rectitude, and received
from some of the worldly people
around Lumbertown, eucb a severe
rebuke, that had he been a tub the bot
tom would have been most certainly
knocked out I Thus disgusted with
his place of nativity' he emigrated to'
Preble county, and became one of its
young" and most promising pio
neers, since which time he has shed
the light of his unaffected piety ( ?)
and incorruptible virtue (?) npon the
denizens of our beautiful villiage.
The searcher after truth will learn
upon inquiry that, impressed with the
virtue of temperance, he has always
avoided excesses, and he now subsists
upon the undivided third interest of
$7,000,000,01, of the Tumble-bug jour-
nal, after deducting the loss of a Sheriff
and Clerk! He ranks high in the es
timation of -his fellow-citizens, and is
worthy to be dubbed junior editor of
the "Tumble-bug Journal." As a
strictly virtuous and consistent ( ?)
temperance man he has no superior,
and is amodel for the "troolv good"
to pattern after. Fikis.
When any of our readers want a good
Oyster soup, or a well" prepared pigs
foot, with the et cetras accompanying
cali at Warren Jefferson s, and he will
ALL persons knowing themselves in
debted to the undersigned, either by
Book or Xote, are- requested to come
and make Immediate settlement, and
thereby save trouble and costs. This is
the last notice. IT. STUEiTi
Eaton, Jan. 9, 1873.
Positively the Last Call.
Notice is hereby given to all Who are
indebted to the undersigned either ty
note or on book account, that a general
settlement must be made, on or before
the close of the ensuing holidays. Let
this notice be borne in mind by every
one who is in terested in squaring his
account as this is the last call that may
All persons knowing themselves
indebted to me by book account or
otherwise, are requested to come and
make immediate settlement, as I am
determined to uare up with the old
A fine lot of Sugar Kettles just receiv
and for sale very cheap at the Tin
store of It. Eeynolds
Preble Countv Agricultural Society,
held its Twenty-First Annual Fair on
'juesday, Wednesday, xnursuay ana
Friday September 24th to 27th inclusive
September A. D., 1872 :
Number Entries of HorscB, - - 2S4
jauKu HDU 3iuiea 1 J
' Cattle, i - 76
' Sbeep, - 91
Swine, - - 84
" l'onltry, - - - 22
Number of Live Stock, 577.
Number Enme. of uw Wo-
Win ps. - - - 9
" Relics, 6
" Tobacco, - - - 6
Number Entries Farm Implements,
Mechanical. - - 73
Domestic Manufactures, 90
Articles for Family Use, 64
Preserved Fruits, - 140
Flowers, - - 45
Green Frnits, - 66
Vegetables, - - lio
Bpecimeu of Grain, - 63
Total Number of Entries, - - is?)
For amount of Beceipts and Expenditures
J. L,. CHAM BEES, Sec'y.
January 9, 1873. wl.
Eeport of the Treasurer of the Preble
County Agricultural Society for the
To Cosh from former Treasurer,
14 i. : Countv, -
for Member Tickets,
u Twenty-Are ct. Tickets,
- Discount on Premiums, -
" Unclaimed '
" Ground Kent, fec., Ac
By Cash Paid on Premiums,
" " Order fc Notes,
By Cash In hands of Tress, to Bal.
Jan. , lWS-wl,
On the 25th tilt., at ttie residence
the bride's mother, i,y iiev. J. w. CAss-
at Mr. Junius F.Whiting, to Miss Eliza
beth Duggins, all ol taton and vicinity.
On the 30th lilt., at the residence of
the bride's mother in Jaton, fcv Rev. J.
W. Cassatt, Mr. W. C. Barnhart, Superintendent
of our Public Schools, to .Miss
Alice J. Anderson.
On Christmas eve., lS72r at the M. E.
Chnrch in New Paris, Ivjrthe pastor Kcv.
.T. F. Hull, Wm. T. "Whitridge to Miss
Isola D. Stevenson, daughter of Dr. Ste
venson. All of Xew Paris, O.
On the 24th nit. by Kev. Hiram John
son, at his residence, Jlr. James D. Beck
and Miss Clara B. Hosier. AH of Pre
On the 2nd. inst., at the residence of
the brides lather, by Kev. Hiram John
son, Jlr. llenry Hoops, to Miss Mary
n.essnng, ail or tnis bounty.
An Election for Five Directors cf the
Dayton, Western turnpike Company,
will be held at -Jolinsoii'd Tavern in
AVest Alexandria, Preble Co.. O., on the
second Monday or January 18,3.
ABM UK UU.NLAF, Pres't.
Dec. 8, 1372.W3.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R.
Passenger Trains Trill roa on this Eoad, leaving
the several Stations as follows :
Takes Effect. Sunday, December, 1,
1872, at 3,00 r. M.
Upward Trains. Downward Trains.
Mail, TRain Lt.vtB.
r. yt .
Iliuiiilton . ..
it.x i unction.
Stven Mile .
Arr. nt Cincinnati
1). AW. Junction .
Florence. . ..
D.A W. Junction
Arr. at Kichtuond ..11.15
Chicago Expr'8 p..
Seven Mllo .il
Ilarnet's . ..
Seven Mile .
Cincinnati . .
F.nton . .10.13
New Hope l.2:j
1). &, W. Junction in. 19
P. M ... A. M-
Ttlenmond 7 4iiK!inr?inn,. . ... on
U. .t W. Junction,.
VS. . 411Ql'llWli....!l IK
.7 or.Weaiville, ...... 2:.
. 50FI0: eni'c .....J-.......9 :rr
.11 2?Vew Hojhi ..il .VI
0Kt:aton ...-..... 10 31
Burnet's 5 3?.llariiel's. ...11 05
Caimlf-n 5 Si-aniden 11 25
Somervllle ..:.5 oiSoniervlllc.. .-.v.v...ll 43
Colllnsvllie 4 .Micollinvf!!e . 12 03
Seven Mile - .. I ."Kispven Mile .12 20
Haniilton..,.-.. 4 MH-imtltnn ..11 Co
Cincinnati, .. Cincinnati,
D. MrLREV, Sui-i.
t, . 'WILLI AM AS AssH sum.
Wholesale and ltctall Dealer in
Fresh, Spiced, and Cove Oysters,
Foreign A Domestic Fruits, Fruits, ICuts Berries. Ac
No. 40 E. Thifd Street, (Old No. SuS.l
OPP. BECKEL HOVsr. DAYIOX, O.
fOct. 24. I0V2.I
Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION.
OCTOBEU 27th, 1872.
O O I N K O 11 T K.
8.15 a. 111.
1 i. jO a. m.
ie.17 p. m.
1.10 p. m.
3.18 p. m.
11.12 p. m.
5-Ott p. m.
6.30 p. 111.
h .00 n. m.
11.00 p. m.
1J.4; p. m.
12.15 a. m
1.15 a, m
2.1") a. lu.
3.00 a. m.
5 2. a. m.
I. a Cro?se,
7.50 p. m. I 8.00 a. m
!t.2ti p. m, I B.50 n. m
12.. 5 a. m. I 1.00 p. 111
1.45 a. 111. I 2.20 !. m
3.40 a. 111. 4.15 p. in.
4.43 a. ni. I 5.15 p. m
5.16 ft. m. I h.il p. m
6.no a. in. I 6.!ti p, in
9,i5 a. m. ft. 15 d. m
No. 8 arrives State Line at P. 5.1 I. M.. and Xo. It
at .lii A. M. No. 10 leaves Chicago Dniiy, except
Saturday. ' All other Trains start Dailv. pxenet
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
Columbus and Indianapolis Division.
I No. t. I Ko. 6. I No. 10,
12-V.p. in. 1.15 a. m.
12.00p. in. 10.10 a. m.
3.17 p. ni. 11.15 n. m.
2.10 p. 111. 14.01 p. in.
3.5- p. m. l.os p. m.
3.55. p. m. 2.00 p. m.
4.31 p. ni. 2.17 p. m.
5.40 p. m. 3.23 p. 111.
n.20 p. in. f 4.04 p. m.
7.l5p. m. I 4.54 !. ni.
9.10 a. in
6. SO p. m.
.!.- p. m.
K.1J p. ni.
S.15 p. m.
9,411 p. 111.
10.22 p. 111.
11.31 p. ni
12.14 a. m.
12.14 a. in.
2.40 a. m.
8.50 p. m. I 6.25 H, m
I No. 1. I No. 5, I No. 7.
4.311 a. 1
5.50 a. ni.
1 10.00 a. m.
1 11.111 a. m.
1 11.51 11. in.
7.00 p. m.
8.2 p. in.
9.20 p. in
9.20 p. m.
11.02 p. in.
12.40 p. ni.
7,17 a. m
7.30 a. m.
. I 1.01 p. m.
1.33 p. rn.
1. 1 2.15 p. 111.
1 mil a...
2.38 p. m. 12.08 i. m.
m. 1 iKiw p. m. 1 i.ii p. ni.
m. I 4.23 p. m. I 1.55 a. m.
1 12.10 a. m. I .2ft p. in. I s.M a. m.
j 8,15 p. m. I 2.30 a. m. I 12.25 m.
Nos: 2 and 7 run Daily: All other Trains Daily,
except Sunday. A
. IV -l 1 r. .
Gen. Pass & Ticket Ag't.
Jannary 3d,-l(t7S-ly; T,
J. L. Q-UIXX I N. J. QTJINN
EATON STEAM ELEVATOR
Elikhest fFarkct Price
vS-RAUT AND SEED !
From their loni experience tbey claim to under
stand the businesM and to beaole thereby to carry
it on so asi to oe sarc to rnemsetves-una p oniable to
farmers. Call at their warehouse, west ltailroad
J. L. QUI SON.
r. S. The niGIIEST CASH 1111 PAID FOB
EAFL TOBACCO. . an. 12.1
!Farm for Sale,
The uudprslsned offers his Tarm at urlvRte sale.
sltnated in rt:irrlson lownship, Preble county. Ohio
nni nnnui iinue . est 01 ji.upiieiiiiu. ua me na
tional Road, containing
of which eleven are timber. The buildings consist
PTVE1-LING HOUSE fc GOOD BAHN,
and other ont-bnildns. A never fullinjc Spring:
01 water runs inrougi, inn carm, ana an aouna
anco of Choice fruit upon it. Title perffvt. -T
Eli MS. EASY. Aouly to the underfltscned on
the premises, or address bim at Kuphnmia, Preble
County, Oliio. I'K&VkLKLVlL TKIC'K.
Nov. 7. lS722m30.
AList o Lin a TownLots
. ' O li i o . .
For the j-ear '1871, toother with the Taxes ahtl Penalty charged
thereon itgreeahly to law are contained and described in the follow
ing: list, to wit:
row n & Co., ..
Holy Morris. i...
S i nit' .
b e pt n w
a Pt n, n
w pt, n e
s w a 1
3 pt, u e
b e cor n w
n e pt, n
8 w ciir. a
n tv pt,n w
w il, n e
mid, n w.
' W ,r, II W.....;
n e pt, n e
8 e pt, s w..
n 1-2; n w
n pt, u e
n w pt. n e
e pt, n w.;
pt, s w
a v cor. n
e pt n t -
IV pt s v
n v pt. w
s e pt. s e
8 v cr, s
e pt. s e.....
s c pt, s c
Eliason K, & M,
Donne! P. J. P .,..,V 3
Voiin Jbiizaoetli l J
Davis Dltiford ,2 6
FulwillfrW.U 2 6
Giler Mary .....2
S;ime . 2 H
Overholse Lavina.. . 2 G
ulllrinu John . 2 6
Gunckin Thos 2 7
Show John 1, 2 8
Pitmau Kmallue 2 4
Selbert ifc Chadwlct., . 4
Cummiin;s Gabriel.- 3 b
Javi9 David - 3 h
t'ocht A. C i3 5
Dearth W .i.,....a 6
Robinson & Conner a 7
norf W 3 7
Williamson Garret.. i 7
Harshman Frank, : -
one A Mury J
Middangh Jacob.... -
n 1 -
Swa;n Ambrose A...nM...
Thomas Thurston, .
Winkle Mary K - ..
Karly Saraii, .
i'ornsht ll U. C
Torrow Mary H.
Tiionms J. C -
Holsapple Fred .....
DUlon W -
Davis Dison . ....
Meant fc GrlmeSi .......... ..
.Nine Ptisan .. .
Same - T
Suit 011 Lewis . . ...
Harp Klijah . .. .. .
Landers Susan C ...
Kobinsoii & Diin can M
Wikle Daniel. .
Coppaee II. A
DeitVnbach David-- ...........
Hl'Crillis E.C .
Gilmore "W. J ..
Welsh J as. B
Zeek L. H
Same - ...... .....
S 1-2 238 wp f 89
Munforls n 1-S 4
a 1-2 a
Delinquencies on Maple St. Impovemesit
Gilmore W.J ..
Same - .
Bforrow D. M
Same .. .....
Trunk Joseph .. .
TJpliam J. S. & Z
X. 1-2 of
And Notice is hereby given that the tvhole of said several Tracts,
Lots' or parts of Lots Or so ranch tl ereot as will be neceeaary to pay
the Taxes and lenaity charged thereon, will be sold by the Coun
ty Treasurer, at the Court House, in said County, on the Third Tues
day of January, unless said Taxes and Penalty ba pd:d before that
time, and the sale will be continued from day to day; until the said
several Tracts, Lots, aud parts of lots shall have beep sold or offer
ed for sale.
W. J. BARNHXSEK, Aud.
Eaton, Jan. 2, 1872 w2.
.OF MRESJEiE COUJYTY
Totnl Tex of
Del. T. C.
a ett n
3 I d"
2 b' O
t s;?s.v di hi
of Lot&liotfi. Value. Iel. of 7L Total Taxfs.
Out Lot, 12
Id 4 i
8 p 3ft ia7
EJe w Utoug Store.
J. 'D0H01E & CO,,
Purifying the 'System!
Of all Diseagcs Caused by Impure Blood,
bore Eyes, Tetter,
Scald Head, Salt Rheum,
Old Sores, Boil.?,
CLEARS THE COJfPLEXION OF
Pimoles & Blotches.
Removes Mercurial Poisons.!
I.O.VO fcTANDIJfCT DISEASES OF THE
Liver and Eispepsia !
It is the only known Remedy for Removing
and tlie IMscvscs It entails entirely from the Sys
J'rice $1.50 per Bottle.
J. DONOHCE & CO.
July 23, 1972-1 m. E Hon. O
Musdal & Co.;
tVlave Now Received
FROM NEW YORK!!
A VltEY EARGE STOCK OF j
FALL &. WINTER1
'Call and See Them.
Gilbert & Erugg's
Filbert A Kkfg would respectfully
announce to the citizens of Eaton, and
surrounding countrv, that he bs Just
opened a FIRST CLASS
Boot & Shoe Store
In Michael Filbert s New Build
inif. Corner of Main & Cherrv Streets,
All My Work War
ranted!! to crive entire satislaclion.
Custom work made to order.
My mono is: -Good tstock," -'Good
Work," Small Profits" and "Quick
Sales." Please call and nee.
Filbert & Kbugg.
Aug. S3, lS7-yr. L
Office, Filbert's, new Building,
Operative Dentistry !!
August 22, 1872-yrl
JOHX 'A t'AMPBEl.1.. ............. ....JA8. A.Gimom
CamplDell & G-ilmore,
(Successors to Gilmore & Campbell.)
.1 TTORJE YS .1 TX.ir
. NOTAUIE'S PUBLIC,
Land & Government Claim
"Office at theold stand on U.irron Street.
BY MAIL, 2B CENTS
lL PARK ROWI
F. & F. M. MARSH,
Attorneys & Counselors- Lav
Edton, Preble Co., O.
ALL business, sunh as Settling Es
tates:, Collecting Claim3, preparing
Lesnl Instruments Beeds, Mortirages
Articles of Agreements, Ac. &c, prompt
ly attenclert to. .ten. 1, 7Z-yr
MORRIS DOTY, Pr6p.
fVIainSt, Odd FellowsBIock,
Stabling for ICO Horses. Livery at
all lionrs. Free Omnibus to and from
all rains, bv S. R. Sample.
Jaii.4, 1872. yl.
J. F. WHITING-,
Glossing, Marbling, Graining
tT Krecuted witU Neatness and DlspatchvW
Office, in Minou's Buildixo,
Opiiozlto llioCourt Kcuse.
WINTER OF 1872.
Has ircivd his .ImmiDN tSlck f
200 Fine Assorted Casi-
100 Bhe'& BroTO Beav
100 Heavy COATS of all
kinds and Make. '
and a comjplet auortmaBt M
X31ue, Cloili Coats!
SUCH AS .
woole under Snirts,
Shirts c3 Drawers
And a Fall Assortment ot .
itly Stock Ov -
Gents1 Furnishing Goods,
Cempleta. and I Der Compatltioo.
Tli Styles 0 '
C.mpr!s!nff all Colors that Can' be Foond.
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON H AND THE I.T3T
Euck, Sheep, Dog Eid, Wool
-- and "
Tannics 2s Valises,
Suprender.s, Collars, Uuffsj Ties,
1 . OF ALT.
SIZES Sc GEABE3
Would most respectfully Invito
the public to call and and examino my
Stock and learn prices. ' . . .
"SMALL PROF ITS!".
Stephens' Buildlnir, Oppoit Coort
Konse. Katon, Ohio.
Hay 30, 1872.