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THE ,EEKIY DEMOCRAT.
Li, Gk jGOTTIiD, Editor;
June 5, 1873.
Modoc War Ended.
v : - The latest news from the lava
, 'tedi i that CaJ Ju;kV with his
. entire array have been captured.
:Wbatjwilt be. done with Jack, ia
not yet determiiietl.
At the conference of the Dem
ocratic "and . I iberal Republican:
State Executive Committees on
Thursday the 22d of M ay, it was
agreed that their respective State
conventions ehon Id be held at
Columbus ;6n Wednesday, Au
gust 6tbN '.
: These Conventions, although
they "will be called for the same
time and place, will be entirely
separate in their constituent ele
ments and 'independent in their
act;on. . ;
The Democratic Convention
will be composed of delegates
each representing 500 votes cast
for General Wiley for Secretary
' - of 'State. "
The Liberal Republican Con-
vention will welcome all, with
out regard to past political asso
, '? ciatrons, who are willing to en
list under the common banner ot
liberalism., . .
.....,:V Each of the Executive Cbmmit
- tees will, in due. time, issue a call
for its own Convention, in which
details will be fully presented,
The- conference of the two
Committees was entirely harmon
; ''. Ions throughout, and we doubt
i --not i the Conventions will be
: , iually bo, and that Buch co-op--l
i eration, or consolidation, will be
' ' I effected as w ill carry dismay to
the cohorts of the Grant Ol'gar-
j . i i i m i
i -. When - subscribers to . locai
newspapers,' who have received
them through the mailt free, for
he pa'et thirty years In the couii-
where they are published, are
jtaTled upon, to i'pay ivosliige (s
v.tbeji will be tost July), we h' l e
Z bey will not blame t the nohfo
'' ; Congress which passed the bill,
:, nor ithc immaculale President
who signed it, but, calmly reflect
, that it accelerated the "Salary
! Steal": that the members of
. .' Congress and the President get
rich out of it. That will, or ought
to be, abundant consolation. .
;.!.-. ;It is said the. new. law undur.
which the public schools of Ohio
i ; are now -working will be diacov
" "' e'red to' be rather interesting rea
,'f;dingrto tax-payers.- Boards of
lEducatiuu may now levy a tax of
seven mills for school purposes
and may also issue bonds to .an
vaniount that will equal the aggre
gate of a tax of two mills more.
JTrom'preaent appearances the
'.'"farmers of the State of, Ohio wilV
... Lave something to say about who
will be Governor, U. S. euator,
Vand ..members of the Legislature.
Those who have not looked at
i",',; the subject in this light, had bet-
ter take note of the meetings iu
. every' county, and "consider."'
Is it the truth, that the salary
steal,-back pay grab and all, was
essentially an Administration
measure, and that it was neces
sary to take the million of back
payind to double the President's
compensation, in order to get the
job through.- Of course it it,?
, .The Republican State Couveu
' tion denounced the "increase of
. salaries," and commended th
man whose salary was most largo
lyincreased, and without whwPe
' signature, none of them coul
have been increased. -
i The Republicans of Ohio re
gard the increase of pay of Con
. gressmen as unwise. Hie increase
.of the Presidential salary was
doubtless .indiscreet,' but they
vj don't. say so.
They are building tweulytive
new public edifices in Wasliing
. ton, at a cost of fourteen million
dollars,' authorized by the last
- Congress. 1
Twelve ' prominent, lumber
firms of, Troy, N. Y., a re repor
ted to fcave suspended with lias
bilities mounting to three mil
lions of dollars.
[From the Ohio Liberal.]
The Republican Platform.
t: form. p" p
We hitre sanl ilsetvhere iliat
the Jkep'uiilica'n 'Platform is Bk
funny production. That is the
firet impression it give?, but a
further reading changes the
lauirh into a feeling of cnitempt
and indigimtioii of contempt at
its miserable d.'magoguery, and
indignation at its euhturfoges,
. Tiik'e. tor exarnple the second
TVe r''flirin rur ror tiiietiee
in our President Ul.ypaes S.
Grar.t anl in' the idoln, in
tegrity, and sdcopr of the adiiiin
istration of his high office." . .. '.
. Who can help laughing: when
he' remembers the: wisdom ..of.
such Hpj.oiritihents as Borie,: Ca
sey and Tm Murphy, the integ
rity ot theSan Domingo job'.nhd
the success ot the reconstruction
management in Louisiana, Ar
kansas Biid other Southern States
Again, when we read in reso
lution thrre "That there should
be ri.'id economy in the State
and National administrations,"
and then remember the';recent
increase '" of . Congressional sala
ries over $1,500,000 per annum.
Resolution four declares -"That
the public lands belong
to the people, and should be sa
credly reserved for homes of ae
tual : si ttlers, and .we l.ronounce.
at ainst all furl her grants of thesSi'
lands to corporators.
That iii a tolerably safe prom
ise after a'f ilie lands worth hav
ing have been giveU away. ; '-
The filth resolution is simply
a fly thrown out to catch few
gudgeons ir. the mining districts.
; The .'sixth' a recognition of
the Farmers tnovement, and i a
tub for . the aninsenien t. of the
agricultural whale. Glittering
generalities, full.. of sound and
fury meaning nothing. , . - .
: r The seventh and eigh'h reso-r
'utions arc quite bold in denouur.
cing members of Congress for iu-i-reasing
their py,,"aiid in. der
manding a repeal of the salary
bill:" but vhen we read thern in
connection with the second reso
lution, which affli ms tne w'isdohi
and integrity , of the man whose
salary Was doubled, and who
alone had it in his power by. a
single stroke of hip pen . to stop
the eutire steal,' we bee in the
Convention the spirit of . a cow
ard. . - - ' '
For the President, who has of
fices to distribute, it is "wisdom,
iiitpgrity,' and Success'', to double:
his pay, but for members of Con
gress ' to increase theirs is an
evil without mitigation, "which
we condemn without reserve'
1 ' .1 .1 '1 .11 7 :
buu. uenuanu. loai.iue taw aiiow4.
ing it "shall be promptly and un
conditionally repealed." .;. ,.
To an old Republican like oiir
elf, who belonged, to the party
iiv the days of its youth and pu
rity,, when, rather1 .than .crmpros
mise principle, it marched to the
cannoh'8i mouth,' it rnakes the
blood boil to witness this paltroon
backing and filling for a ntisera
ble mess of official pottage.'
.The truth of'tl-.e.niatter is the
Republican Patty has lost its
manhood, and merits the scorn
and contempt of . every honest
voter. , . - ; '
$137 Each Day.
Tax payen?,we care not wheth
er you are Democrats or Republi
cans, look at this fact and pou-.
der it well. . A Republican Con
gress has increased 1'resident
Grant's salary to such an extent
that ho now gets $137 a day,
Sundays : included. This is for
salary alone, and does not include
the appropriation, for the White
House, some of which last year
were as follows :
$35,000 for new furniture.
5,000 lor gas. '
5,000 lor fuel,' and
6,000 tor a hot house.
There are in i he Constitutional
Convention one hundred and five
delegates, sixty-three of whom
are lawyers, thirteen farmers, six
physicians, five merchants, three
bankers, two printers, two cler
gymen, two merchants and oianu
factiirers, one miller and farmer,
one lawyer and farmer, one far
mer and commission merchant.
two manufacturers, one painter,
one U-acher, one cooper, one real
For the "Democrat."
The Jail Question.
fMr. Editor. There seems to
bu quite difference of opinion
as rgards'.'the powers aud dmies
of county Commissioners in the
erectiou of public buildings. Some
being ot opinion that ihe Com
iniasiouers cannot expend teu
thousand dollars on any one im
provement' or' public bnildiiu'S,
without first submitting the pro
posed improvement to the quali
fied voters' of the eouutr, while
others4i old that the Commisfion
ere, can, .make .any ..improvement
they may dem uecesnary, with
out consul i:,g the wishes of the
people even should the cojt ex
ceed ten thousand doll; re. Now
fur the benefit of all concerned,
we would respectfully refer them
to the law -fjoverning county
Commissioners in. their expendi
turcSj.lieiug the same biw under
whicJi vhe Jail question was re
ferred t- the qualified - voters of
the "county, on the second Tuee
day of October, A. D. 1871 . Thi
proposition was to build a new
Jail or not; the: result of the vote
taken ' was,; 470 for, to $927 a
gainst levying a tax to build a
new Jail There is a law limi
ting county Conimissiouei8,f on nd
in vol.;'68, pagCs 117 and 118,
sec, 3d, laws of.Ohio, 1871.
A MEMBER OF THE BOARD.
Eaton, Ohio June 2nd 1873.
..Admit that this "Member of
the Board" is correct in regard to
the Jaw, and Suppose, after the
pe6ple had voted the pr position
down, the Commissioners would
haveimmediately , ' appropriated
Il0,ft00 ,fqr the'buiiding, and the
following year" $10,000 for t fie
Celln, and tho following year
$10,000 more for the completion
of the Jail, would not that have
been sumcipnt,and "ciiterprisinsi;'
and "tenferble?'' It is -very fcvi-
;dent that" .if the law is as the
"Member" says, the above lnoih?
Will be the only cbauce lor this
much needed pubi c improvement
as the fax-payers feel hemselve8
so much. bourn down now, that
they will not very Soon vote addi
tional ,!burden, upon themselves,
however much of a disgrace the
present old pest hou-p may be to
our county. Editor. Democrat.
A Gigantic Failure.
) Itrappear to be admitted tha
the Emma silver mine has turn
ed out: a:, gigantic failure. lt
20 shares are now do'wii to 7,
and the. most uu favorable repiuts
are being received from the mine
itself. ' This is the concern you
will Temember, which was bol
stered into notoriety by the fact
that 'the American Minister al
lowed his name to bo used s one
of the Directors. Chicago Journal.
. ". .' :..'. '' ' . ' '
; That is to say that Robe-t C
Schenck received $350,000 for be
ing a director in a gigantic fail
ure. for forty-eight hours! And
it is the-man that the .'flap-doo
dle" ,of ; the; Eaton Register s
straining his intellect - to make
the honest voters of this county
believe, ought to have the placp
of Allep, G. Thurman in the.U. IS.
Senate. Better resurrect Oakes
"Ames. .'. , ',
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Another Fire in Boston.
A great fire broke out in Bos
ton on the 30th ult., in the furni
ture house of Halley, Morse & Co.
on the north side of Washington
street, just above Boylston ttree".
The block dh the south-west cor.
ner of Washington and Boylston
streets is Boylston market, over
which is. Boylston Hall. It is
Impossible to give tho sum of all
.the losses, or oven. the names of
all the losers by the fire, but it
can ba said thaf Washington
street, . west side, from Avery
street to' Boylston street, is near
ly or quite destroyed. On the
other side, from Hay ward p!at-e
to Essex street, little is leii l
shovv what existed there at eigh'
o cloCK t)n tnat morning. Jtso ija
min Cushing, of the Board ol
Assessors, estimates the total lo
by the -fire at one million dollar.".
Fonrj Jiuudred and twenty
eight bodies have been recovered
from the wrecked Atlantic, leav
ing one hundred and eighteen
passengers . unaccounted for.
Nearly a . dozen bodies of ti e
lost' cahiu passengers are still
T he'Medina Gazette (Republi
can) is anxious that the Couxti
tutional Convention should pro
vide that all church property
6hall be subject to Taxation.
Churches,, as a general thing,
have h'ard "enough work to get
along without paying taxes.
S;ty'he St. Louis Dmnjcrat:
"TLe n-r cent, of the honest Cn
gr. ssnien. ia so sma.l that we feel
impi-ll. d to devote a paragraph
to every one we find wrongfully
represented. We regret that it
doc'nf take much BDace to go
through the list."
The German' Government has
resolved to expel from tha couu
Uy. within six months, tl e La
zurifts, Cor.gt egatiom ot the
II. Iy Ghost and the Sacred lleart,
and o lu-r clone conventual order-.
. Machine Shop !
II A VKuponeda Ki-pairinx S'op, on the C"riiora
ni'U nJloliilne ItiK City Hall, and will repair,
IiJ.) ' -EB5.THlil;bHING MACHINES and JiN
OiSi. w ' moat reasonable terms.
IS!" Uttth House readj- for cleansing purpose, mi
Katou. June 6th 1S73. 3w.
SPRING- OF 1S73
EEA T ATTRACTION
jjyiQRBIS ; O Tli EM'S.
II AVE NOW A FULJLSTOCK OF
pring & Summer Clothing
hich t will sell at prlcvs m auit the lime
GliXTS' FURNISHING GOODS, &C.
To which I Invite the attention .f m; old custom
era and the public in general. Tuaukrul
for the liberal patronage h-re-tofore
received, I desire to
ay that for the Spring
of 1873. lwUl
SELX, CLOTHING C-JEAPER
rf - . . ' "
than ever before offered in this mark
et, and'invite the people to call and
examine my stock aud learn my prices.
Ifemember the old stand, where the
Best and Cheapest Clothing in Eaton
is always 6old for Small "Profits and
Opposite Jail, No. 10, Main Street.
Eaton, May 8, 1873, ly.
Additor's Office, )
Pkeble Co., Eaton, O., May 8th, '73$
Sealed proposals will be received at
this office up to M. inursaay, .June jztn,
1873, for the erection of a wrought iron
bridge near Euphemia, in Harrison
township. 2 spans 90 ft. each, roadway
17 feet.- Also the necessary stone work
for the abutments. Also the necessary
fitts for the approaches.
Soecifiuations for the stone work and
approaches may be seen at this of
fice on and after juay iitn,
BY ORDER OF COMR'S.
W. J. Barnhiser, Auditor.
May 8th, 1873-4v.
John Lnmley. PIT) Before W. M. Kline, J. P.
VS. S-of 'Washington Township,
John Ijiwler de'ft J Preblx County, v. hio.
On the 10th day of May, A. D. 1873, said Justice la
sued an order of attachment In the above ac
tion, sor the sum of two hundred and twenty-five
d ,llHr3- JOHN LUMLEY.
Katon Ohio' May 82d 1873. 3w.
HO! FARMERS HO!
We, the undersigned, are Agents for the
13 U O K IE Y JE2
Riding or Walking
. IN THE TOWNSHIPS OF
Jacksaaa Jeffersoa, Washington and Monroe.
They hafte been tested and found
J. U. EAUQHEETY & SOIT,
April 21. 1873-wt.
Boots Ac Shoes
C E B HARTL O C K ,
HAS opened a NEW BOOT SHOE STORK
on Main Street, two doors east of the Doty
Hnuua. F.iion. O. Crder wort done In the
heat manner, llepairintc done on tho shortest no
tice. All work warranted lo give L'Utlre sanc
tion. Ba-Glvmecll. 0(E,,,I,AlT,I4o'-
Feb. 20, It78-m3-.
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& - IriJ
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Cincin. Eaton & Richmond R. R.
Fnssener Tiaia3 will run on this Boad, leaving
the several Stations as follows:
'lakes Effect Sunday, December, 1,
1872, at 3,00 P. M.
Upward Trains. Downward Trains. -
Mail, Tuaix leates
II ail Txm-U'A
a. m .
Richmod ' :
D.4 W. Junction.
Seven Mile .
Somerv He 8.38
Barnet's . .
Seven Mile . .
Arr. at Cincinnati
Westville ... 9.38
I . A V. . Junction . . 9.19
Arr. at Richmond . . t.Si
Chicago Expk's p.m.
Hamilton : . ..!...... :.9.f
Seven Mile ,..9.il
Colllnsville.-... . .. 9.30
D. AW. Junction .
. . 5.40
Unmet s ...... .i ,fi
F.aton .... .10.13
Vew Hope .'.-10.83
Seven Mile . .
Cincinnati . .'.
O. W. Junction 10.49
P. M - AM:
Richmond .,.7 40Kichroond .....9 o
D. & W. Junction 7 SOD' W. Junction 9 05
v estvllie, uij w tatviiie,... ... ......t z
Florence 6 MFlorence ...9 S7
New Hope .... 83New Hope
. 9 flO
... 11 05
I . R l' 1 n . . ..t us wo. .......
Barnet s ...5 ay waruet's,,
, 5 0-tSomervflIe.
i4 88Seven Mile 12 2
..4 OuHamilton 12 50
:.... Cincinnati, ... .
D. HcLREN;' Supi.
li. WILL1AMA3 Ass't Sunt. '
Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis
Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis RAILROAD.
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION
OCTOBER 27th, 1872.
No, 8 No. 19
11.30 a. rn
12.17 p. m.
I. io p. m.
3.1 p. m.
II. 12 p. ra.
6.20 p. to.
J0 p. m.
8.15 A. In.
8 .00 p. m.
11.00 n. m
uagenuown M ..
Bew Castle r
La Crosse, ..:
1.15 a. m.
2.00 a. m.
4 00 a. m.
6.25 a. m
8,00 a. m
I No. 1. No. 8.
Kokomo.. . i
8 .SO p. m. I 8.20 a. m.
9.ej p. m. 1 9.50 a. m.
Ail'l er-'tTi ..
sw t;nstl ....
T4 aerstuwn,... ,
Kiclimoiui, ..: v.
Cincinnati , ,
1S.45 a. rn. I 1.20 p. m,
. 1.40 . m. I 2.25 p. m.
3.13 a. m. I 4.11 p. rot
4.17 a. m. I 5.10 p. ra,
..v.. . 4.47 a. JI). 1 5.39 p. m
' 6.30 a. m. 1 .6.20 p. m
8,35 a. m. 9.20 d. ni"
No, 8 jtrrlvea State Line at 9.55 P. M.i snd No. 1.
at K.lrt A. M. No. 10 leaves Chcatro Daily, excepO
Saturday. Ail other Trains ctart Dally, exepet
Stm-lay . , .
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
Columbus and Indianapolis Division.
GOING - WEST.
1 No. 2. No. 8. No. 10,
Bradford J un.,
2.00 p. m.
1.45 a. m. 1
9.10 s. m
6.20 p. m
7.28 p. m.
8.12 p. m,
9.16 p. m.
9,40 f.. m.
10.22 p. m.
11.31 p. ni
72.14 a. m.
1.10 a. m
i.40 . m.
1,17 p. m.
i.10 p; m.
45 p. m.
3. 55. p. m.
4.31 p. m.
5.40 p. in.
6.20 p. Til.
in. iu a. m.
11.15 a. m,
12.01 p. ra.
1.3.', p. m.
2.17 r. m.
S.23 p. m.
4.04 p. m,
f.inp. IO. -
8.50 p. m.
4.4 ,). m.
No. I. , 1 No.
I 4.30 a. m. 1 10.00 a. m. I 7.00 p. ir..
I g.50 a. m. I ll.lu a. m I 8.21 p. m.
1 t.32 a. m. i 12.05 p, ni. 9.20 p. in
I 7.20 a. m. 1.04 p,-m. 1 10,1 p. m.
I t.24 a, m. I 3.17 p. m. I ll.lS o. in.
J 8.53 a. m. 2.46 p, m. 12.50 p. m.
1 9.33 a. ro. I S.15 p. m. J 12.23 p. m.
I 10.32a. m. 4.21 p. ni. I 1.24 p. m.
1 11.15 a. m. 6.09 p. m. I 2.08 a. m.
1 12.10 a. m. I 6.20 p. nr. I 3.16 a. m.
I 8,1 p. m. S.-M am.) 12.25 m.
. Nos;2and7 run Dally;. All other Trains Dally,
except Sunday. . -,
Gen. Pass Ss Ticket Ag'tl1
. January 3d.-lS7i-ly;"' TT
23 SOUTH MAIN STREET, .
, o '
"VVe are now receiving xllrect from
Factories large invoices of Englishand
eV-Newest designs In
Tapestry BrnsBels -With
Border & Star to match.
New and Handsome Patterns In
Ex. Sup'r . " - - -
Medeani " '
New Priced "
Veuetiao, Wool, Dutch,
Rag & Hemp,
Floor Oil Cloths, all wldh.
taK8( JU.at K llllaBUvKB.
Coir & Canton Mattings,
An F.lcgant Stock of "
Table Linens. Towels, Napkins,
Doylies, Ac., fec,
09 Which we retail at Wholesale Prices, -Elegant
Lace Curtains, -
Nottingham, Lambregalns made to order,
Walnut A Ollt window Cornices.
Window Shades In great Variety.
Linen & Cotton Sheetings.
Quills. Embrod'd Piano Covers,
White A Ooloreu Carpet Matts,
Cotton Yarns and. Batting.
W Special attention is called to our large stock
New Style Stamped and Bronse Tints,
20 and 40 Inch Tints,
French, Satin and Common,
New and Elecant Decorative Paper Hangings,
Gilt Mouldings put up In New and Original
designs, hv experienced workmen.
Onr elock will always be found large and
complete In every department. Prices comparing
favorably with any in the West. We cordially In
vite an inspection of our stock.
VanAusdal & Harman,
23 South Main St., (Opp. Market House.Dayton.O.
iLaxciL Ib7!.-m3. ' -
fl 11 II II f i II I! M U il
Is a turee-spriue: wagon intended to.
general purposes, where a light wagon -t
is xequirea. - xc inaites avery neat (
Business Wagom 4
Is suitable for both farmers and groce.
and excels as a - - !
SEWIUa MA.CHI1TB WAGON,
Being lighter than the ordinary kind,
and is made of the oest quality of mater
ial throughout and ;
All the principal carriage maker keep
them. Send for descriptive catalogue to
. S. IT. BEOwlT, Dayton, 0.
Feb 8, ..18
Boner 6z Elyler,
HATE JUST OPENED A. FTJLjIr AND WLt,
Agi ic ultnra1
Carpenters Tools. &c.
which they have purchased
Directly from the Manufacturer
; and Importers.
and new. offer .
in that line. ' ''
tW They have also added -largely tr
their stock of
(Jutfe lis Avar e
' And laim to have the largest and best
supply ever kept in one. house in Eaton,
and invito the trading public to
Give tiiem a Call t
before purchasing elsewhere. -:
- EONER, & MYL.ER.
t Ufay 9,-1872 tf.'
r , . AVUOLESALE '
AND RETAIL DE ALER
.. . . '. in
Hlg-hest price in cash or traded paid for U
kiwis of ;
' Eaton, Nov. 81,81 S-'Cmos
I. E. FREEMEN.
Hubbard & Freemen
' ; Attorneys & Cotmselcrs at Law.
WMIX attend promptly to ,all du1
ness enti;usted to their, care, In the
various courts; of this State. Office lis
Marsh & lock wood building, 1!d Btory
Main Street, Eaton. O. . , . Jan-17-yl-tf
. - C. BROWN, "
Baron Street, Jiaton, Ohio,
Keeps constantly on nana a fnU Stock of all klnoa
of LEA XHKK, and makes to order every
" BOOTS f SHOES,
Hew rrantsall his work to be Just what ne r
eon)mend8 It, and sells as low asany shop In lown-
StsT"Bepairin done on short notice,' and custom,
made work of every description, always, on ban
for sale cheap.
April IB, lbYayrl.
iJLumber ! EumberT
To The Public.
'' E0BINS01T CHAHBEES & CO.
KEEP for sale at LOW EST MABKET PRICKS
VISE, POPULAR and ASH Floarlnc;, PrssswoS
Pin. and Popular Sldelng, Dressed Ash Pin. and
POPLAB FINlSHrNG LTJ5IBEB, '
MOULDINGS, SHINGLES, LATH,
STAIR BALLUSTERS, NEWBt POSTS, 0
Are also prepared to furnish
TX)OR3, WIBDOW FBAMTS, 8ABH PANEL,
and Batten Doors and to RAW p, MOULD OB
TURN LUMBER to order. We Intend to make is
to the Interest of those needing anything In our
line to deal-wlth us. . : , ... .-
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PATO TOR DBV
POPLAR AND ASH LUMBER. .
ROBIN SOX, CHAMBERS & CO
i B,aton. April 1, lB7r. tf -
J. D. MILLKB.
Cools & Blillcr.
EAST MAIN STREET, .
Eaton. Preble County. O.
' JOHN B. ELAINE, '
Dealer In '
-'.... : AND ' " .
' Of aix kinds.
t3?East Main Street, Eaton, Ohio. !
Dec. 19, 1872-yl. .
Ely the Bro's,
HOUSE & SiGN PAINTERS,
OUAIITEBS A1TL GLAIZESS,
Oonaboe8 Building;, op Stairs,
Main Street, fc.aton, Ohio.
W. C. NELSON,
$lmtx8 u t it 0 u 1 1 xt
BATON, O. .
M Sell all kinds ot properly at Auction. . Satis
faction guarsnteed in all caws,
Feb. s8.1B73-tt W. C. NEIiSOK.