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THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT,
Ij, G-. GOUJLD, Editor.
Rail Road Meeting.
A me -tiiig f tlie citizens of
Eaton in'liic m'ereat of the Cin--itinHii
and Great Northern Hail
w ay, wa. heUl at the City Hall,
ii i SiiMinlay evening lastT which
was presVttl ver by J. H. Foos,
Esq , win. ettel the oWject of tiie
meeting to Ij to apcertain tile
feeling as to the construction of
m RomiI from hero to Qreeisville,
n connect will) the proposed
. Uodd trom Cincinnati to Muck-i-.aw.
Jndce tiilniore. J oil ere
ilaine", J. II. Fo8, Eoq., G. 11.
Kid-ion, Esq., and others, spoke
in the interest ot the enterprise
and the advantages it would be
to this county. Judge Gilmore
offered the following resolutions
as the sense of the meeting, which
were udopted :
Resoloed, Tiiut the citizens of
E-iton will nittke an ofFort to raise
by subscription,' an amount of
money thit will induce some re
sponsible Company to build h
Kail It i id, tr .n E lton to the
county line, in the direction of
Resolo d, Tluit the subscrip
tions be made payable to the or
Ier of the Trustees, to be held in
trust by them, till the road is
completed and cars running from
Eaton to Greenville, and then
unconditionally" asaigned to the
Company so building eaid road
from Eaton fo Greenville, and all
of said subscription? to be then
promptly paid to said Company
by the subscribers, and the sub
scribers when they pay the mon
ey, are individually to have the
privilege of making the money a
do ation to the .Company so
building th Road, or of requir
ing h certificate of "stock in such
Company f.ir the amount so paid
at he option of the . subscriber
so paying the money
Jif solved, The corltract for
building the itoad to he let to the
v Company offering the best in
ducements In all respects to the
pu bscri lera ,: the same to be de
termined by the Trustees or a
majority of them.
Iu pirsnanee of the above res
olntioiis the following gentlemen
were appointed Trustees: W. II.
II. B, Minor," Abn-r Dnnlap, Ja
cob H. Foos.
On motion, W. J. Gilmore, J;
H Foos and A. Haines were ap
pointed to idmffc a form: for eob-
The whole story of the oncon
etitufHnalify of the Boesel law,
so far as the real common sense
of the matter is concerned, lies in
the remark of the Cort in deci .
ding thoease, to wit "What the
General, Assembly i3 thus proJfib j
ited from doing directly,it has no
power to do indirectly." Iii oth
er words, which would be hardly
dignified. for aConrt tq use.1 The
Legislature .must not whip the
devil around the stump': -.' " ;,j
Nothing ever dope by Congress
has met' with 6uch, general con
demnation as the' "back: rPy"
matter ' jJSeveral- Western, .Pas
tors: have ; re fn.se d, to accept any
portion' of Jt as gifts, and a. Bap-,
tist church in "Minnesota . sent
back to Congressman Doniielf his
bac;k payr whTcli1 he .donated to it
acccynpaning the refusal to re
ceive it with the not very compli
mentary intimation that he did
not desire to builff up the cause
of religion with stolen money.
Van Trump, one of the Demo
cratic members -of ,Congrea- from
Ohio, has aeci'pted- his portion
of ithe Salary 'Steal. We make
no distinction between Democra
tic and Republican thieves.-The
lieople fr thjA' State nhbnld here
after recognize MriY-n Trump
as a firflt-classviUiari. The Dem
ocracy will i.ever play that trump
asrnin." - ' ' " 1 ". ' ' ' ' '".
Pos'tively the very latest in
polities 19 thai Gen ral Schenck
finds the gnyeties 'of London be
ginning to pall n: him, and I as
intimated to his Ohio fnehdsthat
he would like a term in the Uni
ted States Teiiate for a change,if
t h e 1 ep,u b I ica n s e 1 e c t 1 h e; ' L eg i s -laiure.-
, ' , j . ; . . .. '.
The Cihscience timd1 irtthe
Federal 'Treasury, arising; from
thone Congressmen who refused
to tke the. "back, pay,'' !ripw
amounts ' to $111,222 97 Grant
will not return a cent not he.
The Republicans. .of Ohio met
in t.'Onventioo at Coluiubnp, on
the 21-t inst., and after endorsing
the great 'National thief and hoe,
nomina'ed the following ticket,
which tve believe the people ot
Ohio, will repud ate on the ecu
ond -Tuesday of October. A par
ty that will endorse a man that
tteals $25,000 u year from the
tax-payers of the country, ami
then signs a bill lh.it givjs each
CongreSHinan the liberty to filch
5 000, should be sunk deeper
than plummet sound by the
votes of the people:
Gov. Koyes was renominated
by a eel j ma; ion; Lieu ten a n t -Gov-ernor,
At'ih'oriz-i llart ol Portage;
Attorney-General, John Little, nl
Gr.-ene ; Tr asurer, Isaac Welsh,
of beinu-n1-; Comptroller. W. T.
vVilson, of J'or, ag ; SiipreniB
Ju.he, VViliiaiii White, bl Clarke,
and -Walter fucme -of Erie; Board
of Pu die works, Phillip Herzing,
To sh:w the utter recklessness
and rottenness of .this pie-bnld
Convention, they nominate'! two
officers from one county, some
thing t hat was never heard of
before in fc'tate politics. Of course
they had no idea that the people
of -Ohio would vote for any 6uch
a force. :
The debauched Useless, the
mullet headed Grant, the great
thief and robber of the people,
has issued his proclamation sus
taining the pcoandrel Kellogg in
his outrageous usurpations in
Louisiana. ''Birds of a feather
flock together." When the full
enormity of the. usurpation con
cocted by KeViogg-, Packard, and
the President's notorious brother
in la v comes to be fnl'y apprecia
ted by the people of this counfry,
Ulysses S. Grant will be placed
in even a more humiliating posi
tion than that in which he found
himself gustj prev'ons to his iu
volui.tary ' vithdrawal from the
army 8'jm.e years previous to the
w ar. ' ' ' '
.'James Brookes and Oakes
Ame8,'th8 two men upon whom
ar. illiberal and stultified Con
gress chose' to saddle all the sins
of the Credit Mobilier. have both
passed from earth, to 'appear be
fore a ; juster tribunal than men
set npi ThAt the scandal.in which
they were unfortunately involved
with its harassments and perplex
ity, and -one-aided termination,
hastened their.', death, there cau
be no doubt.- To those who rj
main of the Credit Mobilier par
ty there can' -be nothing very
comforting in the reflection that
they'hiadoof these men the scape
goati of their own ignoble conr
duct. '-y-l ! ri ' : -
" The radical organs universally
condemn Credit Mobilier and the
salary, eteal, although both are
party measures of their honored
leaders. J,' Their "Vjce .Presidents
O.I fa and 'W ilsoh- were promi
nent in" the 'first, and President
Grant is the rea1! father of the
Salary, grab; and is the. largest
giabbeT -among them, his' pile
amounting to one hundred thou
sand dollars.o'-So we go. ;' ' !
., The N. O. Picayune says that
Governor Kellogg's. threat to ar
rest Governor McEnery for trea
son "appears at last to. have ex
hausted the patience of the people.-.;
All over the State the spirit
of resistance seem3 to hare ari
sen, -Force will meet force, and
foreery drop of blood shed there
is one man who cannot be exempt
frotn responsibility. ; That man
is William .Pitt Kellogg." ..
, Congress repealed the franking
privilege, thereby saving a few
thatt?and dollars for the Post of
fice Department, which is already
self-sustaining', and increased the
Salaries of members, taking, con
trary to the Constitution, mil
lions of dollars from the public
treasury. : This is a specimeu of
the vir ne of the late Congress.
There is much sensation about
the ship Polaris. The murder of
Captain Hall is hinted at, - and
the government 'promises a vi
gorous investigation. The .tele
graph gives a contrast of the two
remaining captains, Tyson and
Buddingtom Hall, if not the
victim of murderers, is a martyr
to the frenzy for exploring frozen
Republican Convention. A Prosperous General
Republican Convention. A Prosperous General Agency.
Dr. J. P. P;' Peck, for.-.ierly
Cashier First - National Bank,
Hamilton, Ohio, at the org a n I'. -lion
of the Union Central L fe
Insurance Company (ot wi icji he
whs the original promoter), was
elected Vice-President, and took
charge of a general agency of
live count i, s in Ohio, with head
quartern at Hamilton, Ohio. Du
ring 1872, the premiums collec
ted ly hi.n and paid over to the
Company amounted to $73 468.
41, and aucor-ling to present indi
cations he will this year coll- ct at
least 100,000 and is securing
new insurance at the rate of
$500,000 for the year. This is
the result of his own persona! ef
forts, u hi'di illustrates his posi
tion and influence, as well as his
energy and fitness for the busi-iu-s-.
The total premiums collec
ted and reported , by him to the
Company lias been over $250,000.
This shows what persistent effort
will do. and others .should take
courage ami follow his example.
Wheie is there, another General
Agent so sncce-sf'ul, wii&se terri
tory doi-f, not include any large
city, and only five counties?-iia-limore
The above is highly . .compli
mentary of our friend and towns
man. Dr. Peck. But we are in
formed that he will loan out more
than double this $100,000 which
he will take in his district, thift
year, whim district is composed
of Butler, Preble, Montgomery,
Warren rmd Clermont Conties,
nd judging by the rapid increase
of his business we believe he will
very soon he loaning from $500,
(.00 to 1,000,000 per annum in
these five counties. We advise
our friends to go to him for Ions
loans at low rates of interest, and
also to insure their lives in his
excellent home Life Insurance
Company, which loans its ac
cumulations among its customers
and ynirons. Hamilton Tilrgraph.
The Republican platform, we
are constrained to say, is a bun
dle of emptiness in nine parts.
The journal which claims to be
the organ ot the Republican par
ty in the West advised the Con
vention far in advance of its as
sembling, to denounce, in the
strongest terms, the Congression
al 8 alary eteal. We have the re
suit of this advfee. The palary
grab is termed "unwise." Sure
ly they did not say too much
concerning th's matter. It wa
safe, also, t i reaffirm "confidence'
in U. S. Grant, for the intelligent
men of the Republican party,
have never had any confidence
in him. The framer of those
resolutions is an ndroit man.
There was one question upon
which the Convention could have
given a pronounced declaration.
We allude to the question of tax
ation, including tariff. The or
gan of the truly good man has
advised tho Republican party to
take the wind out of the sails of
the party ot reform by advoca-'
ting free trade. Put its Conven
tfln makes no declaration touch
ing this vital question. t It did
not dare. That party , will not
dare do this till honester- men
ake the initiative. .' .i- '
Some appreciation of the" pop
ular demand is shown in the
sixth resolution, which: calls tor
cheapest modes Of transportation
but the protest is sugar-coated tr.
the ' last possible . degree. . -The
.resolution-: which relates: to the
Credit '- Mobilier transaction is,
perhaps, the best ot the nine. It
cendemns such business. As the
final trial has been had in that
matter and the verdict 'rendered,
and the only member of t he parry
who fell under the condern nation
of the party has gone to his loi g
home, the Republicans of Ohio
could well afford to say those
pretty ,. words. The narrowest
prudence would not have dicta
ted words less pretty. There is
no evidence in the platform of
righteous indignation against
corruption. There is no declara
tion in the platform which ap
proaches positiveness concerning
the commanding questions of the
future. It is timid where it might
have been brave. It is Janus
faced where it should have look
ed toward the light. It is insip
id where it might, have been
bright. But 'twill serve. -(Cincinnati
An'exchange says: The dispen
sations of Providence, while al
ways for the best, and very mys
terious and inscrutable to the
human understanding.. Thus,
while Lincoln and Stanton, Sew
ard, Chase and Greeley have been
removed from the earth, Ben.
Butler, Cameron, Colfax and Lo
gan still abide with us in their
UBual good health. There is in
this discrimination a riddle, we
fear, which can never be solved.
A convention of ' he survivors
of the Mexican war is to be held
in Washington next year.
EATON May 23, 1873.
Council met in adjourne.t ses
sion t council .chamber, mem
i.er: present, J. U. Foos, Mayor,
W. II. Jrtt clerk, Messrs Brooke,
Chambers, Eidson, Thnm, Hub
bard and Reichel, Councilrneu.
Minuses read and approved. The
following bills were presented,
found correct,and orders directed
to be issued for each respective-:
Jacob Weiss, 4 weeks service a"
Engineer &C, at $10,50 per week,
42,00; Bei.j. -Neal,;Jr.,: 18 day
service as street Conimi sicner,
at 2,25 per day, 40,50; Eidson
& DeGroot, Coal and merchan
dise to date, 156,14; VacAusdal
& Co., 20 months rent of room
tor ga-oline,at 1 per month,20,
00. The street committee recom
mend tho following improvement-,
which by resolution were
lvjsule 1, That the sidewalks
on both sides of Franklin stree
between Alain street and Israel
street be curbed and paved an 1
that both lines of said Franklin
street, be straightened po as to
conform to the true line of the
t-treei as near as tho same ca:i
how practically be done.
Resolved, That the alley in tho
rear of J. Halderman's property
be put tn proper repair.
Resolved, That the completion
of pavements on the west i!c ol
Barton street, to R. R. and con
tinuation of pavements on the
east side of same street, the pro
peity of O. 11. & D. R. R. Co., to
the depot, iu accordance with the
ordinance &c, referred to judicia
Resolved; That a suitable cov
er ng he put over the gutter di
rectly in front of Huston & Co'a
g'; ocery'on east Main street.
Resolved, That , both sides of
Wadsworth street, from Beec!i
stree: to Fraukiin street--be curb
ed and paved in accordance wit i
the oidinance; &c, &c.
Resolved, That both Fides ol
Beech etfeet, from Main streer,
south to . corporation ' line, be
curbed and paved in accordance
with Mie ordinance.
Resolved, That the north side
of east Main street, between the
R. R. and the corporation line
be curbed and paved in accor
dance with the ordinance. '
Resolved, That the south "sidy
ot Israel street, between Maple
street and Franklin street, he
curbed and paved (in front of
new school house), in accordance
with the ordinance, &e.
Resolved, That, both sides of
Cherry street, from Main to Is
rael; be curbed and paved in ac
cord a nee with the ordinance, &c.
Resolved, That the west side
of Maple street, from Main to Is
rael street, be curbed and paved,
in accordance with the ordinance.
Resolved, That stone crossings
bo put down at the following
pjaees : .
On east Main street, from Vine
st, to north side of Main si; On
east side of; Maple street, across
Wads worth at, from 'LarshVto
Stephens corner; On west eld e of
Beech st, across Main Bt, from
Marsh's to Lannings' corner; On
south side of Somers st, across
Barron - st, from" town hall to
church corner; On east side ot
Maple st ftcross Israel et, from
Poor' corner to 'school houte..
The committee also reeom
mpnd the opening of .Decatur st,
from R. R. to Aukerman st, also
the opening of Aukerman st from
High to Somes st; the matter'
was referred to the judiciary com.
: The Mayor was instructed by
resolution ot Council to Issue a
proclamation, urging and reques
ting all citizens to thoroughly
cleanse and purify .their dwel
l ng. cellars, privies, &c, immedi
ate y, and to use such sanitary
measures aa to prevent conta
giovis diseases. , On motion Ctfnn
eil adjourned to Wednesday oven-ina-,
May 28th 1873. -
WM. H. ORTT, Clerk.
, NOTICE is hereby given that the nn
dersigneel has been appointed and quali
fied as administrator of the Estate of
Martin Fouts, late of Preble County, O.,
. JAIES CAMPBELL, Adm'r.
Eaton May 20th 1873.3W.
John Lnmley. PIT) Before W. 11. Kline, J. V.
VS. -of Washington Township,
John Lawler deft J Preble County, chlo.
On the loth day of May, A. D. 187, sitld Justice 1b
Hued an order of attachment In the above ac
tion, sor the sum of two hundred and twenty-nve
d"1"'"- JOH5 LtTMLET.
Katou Ohio' May S2d 1873. 3w.
, HO! FARMERS. HO!
We, the undersigned, are Agents for the .
U XJ C 'K .(E' Y E2
Riding or Walking
. IN THE TOWNSHIPS OF
Jackson, Jefferson, Wasbincton and Monroe.
They have been tested and found
J. LI. DAUGHEETY & SOU,
April SI, 1873-W6. KATO -V, O
MERCHANTS TAILOR !!
Filbekt's New BciLPrNG. ,
Cor Main fc Cherry Stsi, Eaton.O
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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R.
Faasengsr Trains will ma on ttis Eoid, leaving
th se-er.il Utions ac follows:
7 ukes Effect Snml.ty, December, 1 ,
1872, at 3,00 P. 31.
Upward Trains. Downward Trotnur
Mail Tk i.eates
Mail TaJs I.
H.imliton i 8.03
4-ri'n M'le 8.S1
t'nmden 8 4
New Hope S.23
Florence . . 9.81
l.i W.-Innction .. 9.49
Arr. at KIchmond .. 9.53
U.& W. Junction.
Arr. at Cincinnati
T. AW. Junction .
Chicago Expr's r.st-
Heven Mile . .
n. .t W. Junction 10.49
Rlcliniond 10.5S I Cincinnati.. 8.31
D. t W. Ji.ncliou,.
Keven Milt ,
..-.7 4olilchmond w
sr. Jtt A 31
avi- w. junction ! oh
....7 05Westvilie 9 2"
6 .-.OFloreni-e... . 9 17
6 SINew Hope 9 SO
oSEaton i...m si
5 3:!Barnet'a..j. 11 or,
S iWnmilen :11 2t
5 ajomervi:ie..... ...u 43
. 4 MCollinsville 12 01
4 33even Mile 1! 20
4 OfHnmilton. l-J ftv
Cincinnati, ... ...
T.. "WTTjT.I AM AS Ass't birut.
Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis
Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis RAILROAD.
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
CONDENSED TIME CARD. RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION
OCTOBKIi 27tl, 1S72.
cj o I n. a a o r t ir.
Kokonii ; .
l.o;nn!.-t. . ,
8 15 r. u. 8 0 p. m.
11. .TO a. . Had p. in.
, 12.17 p. Ki 'I.4J p.m.
I p. m. I li.K. n. m.
i . 1 p. i. ! l.ir.a. m.
I 11 12 p. i.l ' 2.0U a. ill.
. 6.&J p. UL. J 4 'k.' a. in.
I 6.30 p. m. I 5 r. . m
1 9.43P. m. I 8,0 . ill
O I ff 41 SOUTH.
I Nal. T Jfo: 3.
KiiV.mo . ,.
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I 80 p..m. - .4i a. m:
I 9.29 p. m, I S..--0 a. m.
I 12.'5 a. m. l.2i p. m.
I l.0 a. n:. I ? .2ii p. m.
I 3.18 a. hi. 4.1 1 p. mt
I 4.17 a. in. I 3.10 p. m.
I 4.J7 . mi. I f.W p. m
I G.SO a. nu I 0.20 p. m
I 8,25 a. m. 9.20 d. m
Xn. iT'vm Kt'i t'nr 1 .TJ r. jr;'. nnd T'ri. 'i.
.it r.n A, M. TsV. 10 leaves Ch'cae-o J'!v, eireepn
Knt.irdy. All other Trains start D.i'Iv, exepet
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
Columbus and Indianapolis Division.
G OIVG WEST.'' ' '
I So. 2. I 2Co. , 1
ritts'irari.... 5.00 p. u;n.m. f.Tt
Co.!Mih'.. ...... J :2.i.. m. 1 ltt.io a. m. r .20 p.
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( 0.33 a. ti. I 12.i. p. m. n.;o i. i
f 7,50 H. m. j 1.A4 p. Ol. p. m.
t n. m. I 2.17 p. m. il.W m.
t ft. vi !-.!., 1 2.(5 p, 12.."0 p. m.
( t.mn,- m. .is p.m.' Ii?.?3 p. m.
( WWiaa. n .21 p. J l. Pi m.
i ins p.. m. t i. m. ?.(is a. n.
I K.lrt r. in. j l.20 p. nt. a. m.
I 9.& p. in. 1-2. 0 a ,in i. .nt.
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Xw:iii'l 7 rnn JalJyt AH other 'Tmlni Pully,
except n.d,y.,1; ,R.K. : ,, ..j
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Jiinuary Tl.-18-.-lj-; , , .. T.
1873;. : :?:.!rr
23 SOUTH AflAIPI STREET, ,
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. AV6. are now receiviiie direct from
Factories large invoices of English awl
American . -
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Columbus and Indianapolis Division. CARPETINGS.
.... IS5Ncwest; designs lh,
- r . - Axrainster, 1 (
' .Tapestiy Brcw?;li.!
With Border & Star to match. .
New and Handsome Patterns ln
Three Fly, V ':.
Tapestry Ingrania, : ,
New Priced ' .'"-i''''-:':, .""' '' '' -r' "
Venetian, Woolj Djalch. . . .
Rag & Hemp, ,i I- ' -
Floor OH Cloths, all wldi. a K j -
Mags, OLAls oc xjLnaui;&. ; .
Coir A Canton Mattlnirs,
- An Klejrant Block of
Table Linens, Towels, Napkins,
' Doylies, Ac Ac.. --
-vvhlch we retail at WBoleaale Prices, jbb
EleKnnt Lace Cartalos, :. - : .. . .
Nottingham, LambrcgRins msele to order,
Walnut & OIH window Cornices.
Window Shades In great Variety.
' " Linen & Cotton Sheetings.
.' Quilts. Embrod'd Piaao Covers,
White fe Coloreu Carpet Mjitts.
-Cotton Yarns, and Batting.
Special attention Is called to our large stock
New Style Stamped and Bronw. Tints, .. -ft.
20 and 40 Inch Tints, ...
. , . Freuch, Batln and .Common, . -
New and Kleirant Decorative Paper Hangings,
Oilt Monldfngs put op In New and Original
designs, bv experienced workmen. . :
MT Our tck will always be found large and
complete In every department. Trices comparing
favorably with any in the West. e cordially in
vite an inspection of our stock. . .
Van Ausdal & Harman,
rtSonth Main St., (Opp. Market House.Dsytoii.O.
March 3. !S73.-m8.
la a tuiee-spring wagon intended fo.
o-orlpr!il niirnosps- where liht wacon
C x x , 0 la
is required. It makes a very neat - -
is suitable lor both farmers anu groce.
and excels as a
SEWINfl MACHINE WASMT.V,
Being lighter than the ordinary kind,
and is made of the oest quality of mater
ial throughout and
All the principal carriage makers keep
them. Send for descriptive catalogue to
S. N. BROWN, Dayton, 0. .
Feb 8. ..13
ItAVK JUST OPENED A J'UJ-L AND WIU
Selected Stock of
Carpenters Tools. &c -
whii-h they have purchased
DiiH-ctly from the Manufacturer
and no-vv offer
Special Inducements !
in tlint line.
ZSf They have also added largely to
their stock of
I ii e e.nsn are
, mill wi.iiiii 1 ma tujccbauu uiti
siippl v ever kept in one huiute InTiatoii,
and invito the trailing public to '
i oexii s. Ga.ll X '
before pmcjiasing el.-cw'Jiere. . .
CI 117.) tf - . : .- '
! '"' . V.-lli-l,ki-'Al.E ' '
AND H5r A! L ) ALER
,., Ac, r..i(c. '. : '
Jro-angliest price in casli or trade, paid for ail
KiUffei Ot 9 r .
' tiF.s'i'. rrt'nK.rtf.: I. e. Kreemen.
; Attarri27s! & .CrssEelors at Law.
V li.a'tloiiil. pioinptly to all. bnnI-V
1 V iisj! eiitrustcil ( liii ir care, in th
various courts of thW State . Office ..In
Marsh y Txkwood l.uUifing, 2d story.
Maiii Street, Eaton. O. Jan-17-yl-tf '
- ' a n n ill .
'i Btrifb.'trt ft. ' J a.it' n. Ohio, '
Kwin o"rtntiV tn tosnd a lall Work of all klada-
ol' IJOAI UKii, ai'd mnkts to order every .
HOOTS ' SiEVJUB,
fT- rntnts nil ta'n work t) e )nt wtit he re-
. S" Koiaiih don on Hliort notice, and cuBtom.
m:v-J wttrk ol tvery ds-wrription, Always on huu
for Rthtu c)iu;t. ( . 1 ' .,
April IS. lt7J yrl. " " . '
, Lumber I JLumber Z
;..;To Tho Public,
"B.0EI1T20N CHAIIBESS & 'CO. '
i: KEKP for sale at LOW KST MA BOT PRICES
'IE,:POPOWR sti'l ASH Plonrln, Dressed
Pine and Popular sldelDg,Irwd Ash Pin and
POPLAltFISririKlSO LVMBICR... , i. - -.1
MOlTIlirNr!S, SHINfJT.KH. ! ATH, .
STAIB BA-LI-USTKRS,. NEWEL POSTS, 0
Are aifu jjrrp.ticu w iuhuru
DOO-R8, ' WINDOW FRAUKS, SASH PANEL.'
snrt Batten Doors slid' to iAW lip, MOULD OR
TURN HTMBER to order. We Intend to make tt
to the Interest of those needing anything tn our
Una n iln.1 mlrl
HIGHTSST MARKKT PRTCK PAID POK DBT
- IDPliAH AMIAftM- l.LMDr.n.
. . r -. . -v' hi i unrnu A- tf
B atn. April l, 1S7. ti
P.- COOK.- - :
Cools & IVIilIci
. EAST MAIN STREET,
Eaton.'1 Preble County. O.
. nov.ls. l87-tf.
- Trade Palace.
1 ;: ;pilN 13. ELAINE, -. '
' . ' .ii--, Dealer In ' - '
' Groceries, - Provisions -:
' Op all kinds. ' '
1 Si:ast Main Street, Eaton, Ohio.
Dec.19, 1872-yl. . ,
HOUSE & SiGN PAINTERS,
GHAIITE&S ANB GLAISEES.' '
Donaboe's Bnlldln. up Stairs,
Main Street, fciaton, Ohio.
- W. C. NELSON,
i&tmtvft, u t ti a t xt
: .-.,-;. KATOS, O- ,' .
. tm Sell all kinds ot property at Auction, feat is
fKuloB guaranteed In all cases,
Pes. W. lWl-tt - - W, C. HBLflOK.