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Eatoh females qa,;
The farmeriire plowing;' ..-Vfc.
Sweet potatoes and porfc-T Vy
Oysters are now l1p.".?.!Ll'.,
RobilisoulTclrcuB a TltffiSayf 1 f
Moxy Morton ob .F'Wayf
. Prepare for the County , Faie.;;.
A hew. Clock is decided upon.
Now our farmer want rain. l
This w?a W , big week for Eatom
6Rag moneyl wanted at this Bffiee4
TJe ,talhorfl etalka, bow- flop thetr.
nowwill !pellinff.;jchool ;fml
next winter? .'
Grand Military; Pic-Nie in Camaoi
, Dog "days art ' overtat-'Hhe-i dog
nigntg continue ? ft ! f J iff'-
No prisonera-ocapea, un'.nwi
from onr jaii. ,; . ya
Barron rtreet iiffw eWs that W
- ' ... . i ..
inm. Bwk. -
was in town Jast week?
Our druggists 6ay the idemand for
sue medicine ivg'swU-y- -'-
In w nat -place arejwe nea'
than one? Iaft baireU1;
It is better tobe flash ia6ie pock
et than in the face.' '
Cream of TiirtarrobbeJf n soiled.
white gloves cleanros Urera well-
Out west they ntilize grasshoppers.
Thef make becrout 6f the hopek,'.".4
" Howto"get rich live on air and
Bleep on a clothes-line. .
It is positively asserted thata fash
ionable woman can't kick.
Our young" faaaiotlongertlleif,!
pure gold : TheyarWiiTynefc-ftaefr.
in one day last wees, xnai was a
"cool" tradeRrr, one rj. y,j f j j-
The Cashier of th Frr8tNiosial
Batik- ted a doirye eposit presented;
to' him hst'week, trail not "rag babiea,"
.' The S.S.. Excursion to the jSoldiors'
many accessioiwrtfm here jr r;'
The Eing J,iu,oamUysThei
county Uckct, don'lfrorth''a
An exchaugfTjay; the: 'te'jf" 'fycg1
naut with" eveul0CW2 httveUWWy
afraid it: wotild'l :'.W3K !Shfioi1i
been behaving herself well late!. '
:. Tho genMiCMhV .efarx
ed to tbcpdj.tcjritjduries orthmH
ocRATrlngotrrtwo weeks abseoeej
AU. gVdd'rftilrtgk tihl4ttAft4$iit,
bave a termntioU'omewb-.Tbe
street .sprinkler doesit'b have as easy,
times of if now as-he did a few weeks
- - l. . i: Jr n .'.t . 4mtH
rrov ' ' -i -n:.Vati'7 t IV: a bH , .' -
ThtliQUgbtfui; ;onewife rsnow
eugaged iu, comtein plating -tbo old
stove-pipe; 'Mid wondering if her ir
rascible lord and roaster can be induo
pd Jto.try to put it up once; 'more.- -
We learn that somebody has writ-J
ten a dook am me an 01 um.uig peu
,jle happy,, witbont, inoney.'We.ai-e
an excellent subject,' arid'ln the pro-
Kemcniber that melons and IBe aue
are ' intimately' cbnriected,Hand if yoilf
associate'.'too V frcquentjy"r;wita ; tne
former, the latter will also make yonr
acquaintance and gifeiyon ajegulai
OluSIiaaJug,.. . t.vsr-,()".v
A'dish-washing machine is the
latest invention--They will continue
to mvout washers, wringers, ironcrs,
sewers' and one thing or "another, till
women wilt not be worth fifteen cents
a dozen. . ''
Wcak i36e f.waslibaardaare.new
who complain of dyspepsia. Young
men troubled in the same way may
he cured by a strong preparation of
.i x n. n 4 . -x . r
Harbingerrrf Approaching fttll are
tins ihave ilread f ftakea their-migra-tory
' flight south wird, and the shrjj"
- ehirpfhe cwilrqUsx)ut.inoa
tOT9Us!jMbpo h!evtui hf t$Vii
.'?Tramp8 are as thick &grtiafhbfi
persv-Most them are. imighty dry,
and' th yuarter,'.v wanted '"tb'hclp
t nem on to the next tow n," invariably
gintuUll hmn . HI 1 ar-rfjteMwiJMl
There af larimbSrof tjd?res,
tramps an.wortBiess characters gen
erally, lying around looe ffiqso.days,
and ,U, "Would be rl.fori;peoplevto
take nore thaa nsual precaution a
cainsttbeif deprldatiQns..; ;:''
" 'A ftshionsbledreswdslaayi eame
pni.fof o" r OUP sSWla, fyf
ih other dav and roTped ne brrtf-
die." .She made severat efforts 4o pick
it np7 bbf was "ptiUedibackand firf
ally , was obliged to call ajsmali bo
to hef "assistance;"1; ' c' ' .
a?aca!s are exerting every
DOwe'rcfeeFcit a "rousing" meeting
fflf Mwbnff'Already two styles
posters havebeen printed, and the
Committee sre sending messengers
nnr the countv tource the faithful
: !; Shore' is no mor eytain ;.way
build up a place tharf h encouraging
good merchants, good- papers, good
jschoolsv and goodTpwphj to settle
amongst you. "And th& can best
done by spending -yonr money,
home when you, are eajt tamy Dy.
At the Commisaipnera meetjng
Monday last, it wa decided to build
an Iron bridge over Junta's creekon
the Eatpn & LexingtoSi f bad, "and
contract for building She bridge over
Paint creek, on the Camden & Fair
Haven nike, was let to the Canton
BrUlgoCo. -; :'
Placed 4He.foilqwing : sign oveV :t)ie
There is somethfng sublime in llie
tlocpiincthouglit profound ;B&gacil j j
L-mauifested by the roan who drives
up hint' hitches hlihorse to i a JhSde
ireeV'It affords" the- animal -in finite
amusement; while his master is absent,
'gnaw the bark -Jrom the sapling.
Soch arnan ought tp bij president of
Neittr6, t!ieitldab1ide airesse.? "the
sftlpSTSTocEinga K'0u""by 6nr Eaton"
girls are the most interesting and nU
tractive fashion freak. The scenery
' . -r . - a- ; '
is really-wauti tut, ami mm eye ie greeij
ed wite-gome lovely models for grace
ful and shapely barber's poles, when
, Aremton m wfa" ma oaaasVasf
tho- traia ttKTjthc ayfTand'was
grabbed by the runners eftlie differ
ent hotels in 4h lo-wi, thought at first
to divide himself op among them, but
on second thought, dismissed the idea
and gave each f them a "piece of his
i ;r6pleho owe" thtf printer appear
to think that he can live and support
his employetfsijdw-jn Hie 'lomfner
season," on tot air. It Is a mialakeV 1 1
would. "b6 a r66d"thihi if a Tprintinz
office etotrjtt'berari-vn. theP creric:
prAncipDm COTT oe aone.
A farmejresiding in this county.
not wishipg. to Jbpialked to death by
po-Be ware.'tlaw'aill 4hx aewing;
machines we Want.iii USii4li
.Our 4tow'Bsinaa, Isaac Morris,'
feI.Uo.of Jejaua Miamj Pel
met,' rr'Eao$ & W ee Mt
Morris Wkg will jid since ill hits'
gottcV froin under fliecontrol of ibe
t ioit radicali-of Eaton, doubtlessXeels
better and sleeps- more souii
reports ihe prohibition party as advancing.
haJlooiitmia each momentgaiu
.Four of the six prisoners confiucd
illiexclSfifV' jail effected their escape
lasl'Tliur'sSay eVcutng about 7 o'clock,
As neany as can Tielearned, for the
pviioitcri i very reticent on the sub-
jact, (lie following are the particulars.
Obts.iiiiu.-an.bl( caso knife in some
way,f uiey..-: Jroprhvised a saw with
.which fhcjr sawed; off nine of the iron
orV,hjch the; jail proper is con
stractqd;,Thr)igh ' the holo thus
the boy came in
andwent tip stairs to give them their
sopjjeiy tliey-rushed out through the
door 'which . wall iofl nnlockcd. De-
iistrlLr?wi.tjfN, who was in
thee alley, back of-thcrjail, saw them
and iminedratelju'gave chase. Thcv
fail run, but haifirjif less time thtn
lp reqrifre? t5T?c"c?re' storr, several
tjuiKli eil imnjLti bopp were in pur-
insf.iu-Hiniue4-8. au excuing
chaabn. JTh'c prisoners, separated, and
iliV irsV was caugliCih Bruce 's field
below fbVii ;Vsoau" after two others
coi-ii'"patclti 'alij'lb6 last was found
Thc.ji'.erc rutarucd.to jail to lament
over lbeir ill fortnne. '
Tt was supposed that at last we had
jail which could not be easily brok
en, but (hU shows that they arc, none
f I heiit, jn themselves, proof against
uetermiucd' effort to escape. Of
fcoiflifyflil, Wiich they work-
" v 1 1 u i' " some one oni-
f.""or innny months our town has
beeu alarmorf by bouses being broken
into, tliougri the burglars never suc
ceeded in getting any thing like a
good recompense -for their trouble
until last- Friday evening, when, a-
mong.bUierliouseslhcy struck that of
Mr. Wheeler Frunv and found about
125 in Iris 'pantaloons, which they,
plars, took by an act of "general ap
propriation," and made good their es
cape. "This kiud of burglary is not so
payipgj. as formerly,,.. as fewpeople
now keep" lm-gs snma f money about
the house, bt Mr. Fruui had just ro-
oeivei (hatnost oi the money late the
evenig-befor from-itho ExpressvotV
fipiCaltiisi oW; hoped 7Iiat;Ter)
means' willlro-nsed to-cjitcu. the ras
Our County Fair.
lhe f reoie county Agricultural so
ciety is making strenuous efforts to
bye Jheff ttyffirt-fbtrctE'rfnhnaref-
htbiHda tho largest and best one held
sihee 'thouiety V organiition ; and
ffttm the lively interest manifested by
the officers in " charge,- we doobt not
but that they will succeed. Js3 pains
are being spared to make itentertain-
ing and i attract i voir all, and superior
inducement "are oflered'to .enlist the
seal And co-operation of every farmer,
uBochauicT.aiid. manufasturer in v.the
coauilyas well as everybody else who
takes any interest'whatever In thfll re
sources of the county, agricultural Or
mecliftmenk Tho Fair will be held
oh- the 21st, .22ml, 23rd and 24th of
Grand Military Pic-Nic.
i The Camden Guards, Co. A., O. N.
G., will give a fine entertaiuiuent
the "Devil's Back Bone," near the vil
lage of Camden, on Saturday next,
There ,111 he ' good, rrfnsip pn' the bo-
easrod-spee'ehes' froni .ahIeand-eIo-gyent
pra,tors and. Jast but not least,
a 'splendid ttinner will be served on
the ocbasion, auVl will be under the
supervision 'of the ladies of Camden,
whjch Is sufficient evidence that nothing
. wlll.ho lacking ' In tbat line
please everybody, A general invita
tOfttdodJ Jtpt frhI4eslre
day of (recreation and enjoyment. "We
adv jso eycrybodr thai cau go to do
White' Shirts, $1,25 1,5Q and $1,75,
wortn si,?o, fa ,oo aud fa,oO, at Jos
Woemer's, ' -
A Sally on Reporters.
Tlx ta Tnr of Ui kauan race, .
, Baporten rer 810(1;
THej (pall yoo nere, men. ererjr place,
By wiler, air lanU.
They rnih to meet roa In the atrtt -
" They aeek roB In yoof yard! ' "
And think ttqnlle a aalnty treat ....
' TooatchyoaoffyoiirgTiani.if.Ji -i;
! They clatth too with giant grip,' 1
" AndyoaperajtoearaatyteM; . j'i:t -iU
f Away from them yoa eanaot illat 4 - j f j
1 -VeurTato,la,laeol4. I ( :'X
WTtion ntoooy Ttctlaa fattecaacaown.. .tfi-
With ptleae brave It throash, .
. And then when he baa doae yon 4'btob1
HeTJl kllly v. lf ,,,, ,,
Each gasUon answar with a amlle, ,
That sooner yon mar go. . , i
It woililat do. yon see, to rlla
Against thu conunon tue.
For iryoa amtwonld soon be seen
In prlnt.besrde yourname,
And mar, for time come, I ween,
Yonr great and well-earned t T) ianie.
Jf o wonder men like these are feared,
I.lkaworrorhotaoned len; :-)
jleat mea, metblnk, would soon- r "beard
, Tlie Uoa la hie den." -
EDITH TREVELLYN. FAIR HAVEN, O., Aug. 1875.
I will sell my Scmmkr Goods at a sac
rifice to all. Kemember. i,-.-
;Undersliirtavl,eta.,30 tU. and
ctSk i Se them aj. Jo?. Woerucr's.
I'M. Sturm has the largest Stack
Trunks aud Valises. , ., .. . , .
Sturm; keeps, the largest 'stock' of
Clotiung in.tiie county. ii( .T lri '
i Money is what I want. I will giVe
you the full value. , ; M.STUUM.
L Call and see STUBJI'S Hats If you
Won't want to buy be win show . tuera,
' Good Lustre. Coats(
Two Dollars, .: ,
M STtTtM's, ' for
j Krw style 'sTilrf, cAlorfed cord'frbnt,
?l,68, wortn f "i.oo-. "At jos. iToemer s
i Suits for S7.00. $8,00. 9,00 and 10,50.
Good heavy cassiuier. Come and see
tiUeni at JosVoerner's. " '
' Ton can be fiiit'ed to a dot,'i'n qnalit y,
style, price aud fit, nt Jos.' Woemer's
Clothing House. ;,IH stock fo always
larsre; ' Embraces the Det or ready'
arade 'Clothing, Piece Goods, - Gent's
Furnishing' Goods;!i'and 'a cimplete
sttck of Hats antl Caps.--' Ao. hotter
workmen can bo fonnd thaii omi.loyed
by hini. fi.;t ii-'..ni!
i .itt-j r i ij i .re . i '
! 31.' Sturu will come before the Cl'.i
reus or Eaton an surrounding country
once more.-'with it jfKWt.txu' of Ham
and Caps; all of the" latest styles aud
Variety, Ue will ell his Sinuuier Stock
SO per cent, below cost," in order to
make room for liis inail eusc Fall ai d
Winter-Stork.' ! . " -ft'
. . ,; ., . .. . n -r- .J
! K REYXOIJDS wilt do your .Koofing
and Spouting cheap, aud take 'rag
uiouey" for jifty. i f -tt. : f. .r '..4T
" ' J' 1 f 1 e .. ..' ,r. I r. .
Go and get tlie EATON BELLE Col-;
lar, at .tfruiiai'8. tkIi I f-v----i
-"1 i -1: r?' . .r " 'Vr
Neck ties from 5 cts. to 20 cfc.a, Jos.
WoiTlier's.-. ' -.f .;-Kutf-'. .br.i
! ' Paxts, Vbsts, Coats, Collars,
Tics, Suspe"der,-I liU?,-(JapsTpink
anti Vaiiscs, atTi;HM. .'.,J. f
.Go to B.1 BEyOLPS for "clieap.tin
ware.' -f-T-i n .'..t ,': .,,...
Co to Sturm, if voii want tohuy
very CHEAP, UOOOS- j A 'i
.,- , -.i . u . -.; :.-.
K. Bkysold sellei tire cheapest
VKS iutowu. '. '.i
M. Sturm is the only man in
who keeps a full line or Men's!
Youth's Collars and HATS.
Mr. J. T." Jackson, f rmerly : of the
Phillips IU;rise, Dayton,, has leased the
"Doty. House? of Ea'.oi.,aiid. has thor
oughly renovated and relitted t lie same,
and opened it under the name of , ''Jack
son House." : No b. tter Hotel man lives
tha jlK Jackson,' ' and. we hojic to'sec
Jiim succeed itt.ltis.uew enterprise. I
Seit. 2, 1875-W3 ..! I -,,
vi-,-T v. -r. rr"'"; ' ' .;" : ! .
Go and. exaiuiuo . Sri KM's. immense
Stock Of iliUaV,,' -,.'., ...
, Gii aud get one of the latest styles' . of
HATS, atSxVKM's. t . ",..,: , ,,
, : ' a i a 1 1 r
Go to Stckm for.Xo. 1 t'lothlng. ' -'
Everybody says STcnit cau sell cheap-
C", aud more Goods thaii any man in
l. ..... a ...11 ...rt 'on l.tu-T-V.,.,,
Hats. - - ' - "
Btiirm nced money,
him ; be sells clieaj . '
Go aud buy of
Linen lined, folded edge Collars, two
boxes for 25 cis., sold elsewhere at 25
cts per box. At Jos. Wocrutt's.
Suspenders 15 ct., 20 cts. and 25 cts.,
sold elsewhei e from 30 cts. to 20 cU. At
Jos. Wi crner's.
Socks ic, 6c;, 9c.; 10c. and 12c.-j cheap
est ever seen, at Jos. v. erner's. " '
-Tlie 142 best water-proof Umbrella.,
$1,00, f 1,80 and f2,0o, at Jos. Woer
uer's. See. the Mens' Cassiinere Suits
$7,00, at Jos. Woemer's. ' .-
: ' Good heavy' Winter Suits for $8,00, iit
Jos. Woemer's'.' "--
Hate, all the new styles, at Jos Woer
ner's. . '
I will sell, for the next 20 days, stoves
cheaper-'than - they have ever been
bought. . J want to close out as many
as possible, in order to make room for
my Full Stock. Call and see me. ;
' . K. EEYNOLDS.
Hose, i cts., at Jos. Woemer's.
Honey I want aud will sell Summer
Goods at and below cost. .
Tou can save money by buyinzcloth-
ingofjos. Woerner. '
British Hose 15 cts, at Jos. Woemer's.
Worth its Weight In Cold
Undoubtedly the greatest modern dis
covery in medicine is DaCosta's Radi
cal Curb for Dyspepsia, Sick Head
ache, Sour Stomach, Costiveness, Bil
iousness, Loss of Apiictitc, (listl ess alter
eatinir aud all uif orders caused by indi
gestion or a dt ranged liver, its results
are astonishing, aud sure relief is guar
anteed iu every ease where it is faithful
fly ufied. It tones up the stomach, reg
ulates the liver, restores the natural ap
petite, streugti ens the delicate and ex
pels all morbid humors from the sys
tem. Typho d and Bilious lever might
in almost every case be prevented by
timely use. . A very few doses will re
lieve, and a little perseverance cure
you. Sold by Michaix & Son.
August 26, 1875-lm
Onlhe , 5th iust.. by Key; A.' J. Bey.
nohli, Mr. Samuel Weist-and Miss Lis
zie ieweuen. s.,u;j .
In Eaton, cn the 5th Inst., of Typho
Malarial Fever, Eli?a Flagg, aged
years, 2 montns aim t uay.
EATON MARKETS. GRAIN.
Wheat, per bus
Corn, per bns
Barley, per bus ..
Oats, per hos
Tfmothy-eeed. per bus.
Vlax-eeed, per bus .
live, per oua .
Ed. Dkmocbat I'kaao announce the
nanie of W. F. Dugglns as an Independ
ent candidate for County Treasurer;
subject to the derision of the voters at
the October election, anil oni'pe
- - THE GERMANS.
Editor of DPMOcnAf "You win please
aniiciiiice to the voters of Preble coun
ty, that John B. Bcaty will be an Inde
pendent candidate "for the- office of
County Treasurer, at the next October
election, and oblige . ;. Mas x Voters.
Editor Dksiocrat Please announce
my name as an Jinlepedent "candidate
for .re-election to the offloe .of Clerk of
tho Com tot Preble county, subject, to
the decision of the voters at. the polls on
the 12th dar of October. --'' -
W. D. QUINN.
-' ICaseNo. 3664, . '
A.T. Y'bung, Adm'r. Ac.,) 'Order of
: ,i. j- vg. :-: s'. t V Sale --oil
Joscpb McDonald & wife.) Mortgage.
I ) Y virtue of a second plurius order
I). of sale issued from the .Court of
Common Pli as of Preble countv Ohio,
in the' above stated case, and to tlie
SherifF ol said, county directed, I Will
offer for' sale lit-public auction! at the
door of the Court House, in Eaton,
On Satnrday, Oct. 2, 1875, ' -between
tlie hours of I and 4 o'clock, p.
.m ha frkllnwitiir nramiima aifii'tfA ill
Pieble county, Ohio, and described as
08 T0lI0Wl,;torwltS'"'-,' rv'tr--
. ; Being 40 acres, strict measure, put of
the west half of the squth.-wcst quarter
of Section number 5,Townsliip 6,.Bange
2, east. It being the east half of said
quarter and ont of "the south end of the
same.. . '-.ie
. Also.-' the east half orthe said south
west quarter section, except however
that uortiou .Ofald east holt quarter
thabl situate on. the east side of Point
creek; being about kmh-acre of ground
'. Arnrai;ed at "i i "
1 i TEKMS One-third of the "pnrcbase
rrouey cah In hand; piie-thlrd in nine
mouths aud tlie residue lit eighteen
mouths -from the tl;iy of sale, deferred
paymwnts to'besccured I y mortgage on
the prennses; tiuu to Dear u percent
interest from dav or sale. '. ' "v-ii i-.r.
JOHN 'l'OWNSEND; Sheriff. .'
: E003& FisiiKR, A.tt'ysi '. .
; Sept. 2, 1875-U, . . . prf$7,8(
r- -- Sheriff's Sate.
' 'lsaaCS. welsh. ! - '
' Ws. - Vtrnler of rSl on
STKRtINO D. TUTTLBrtt al) atactaaiee
rUKSOAST ia s plartns order ofsalelssneil rron
tile Oiart offjouintoo 1'leas, v-Hhiu and for the
eoujitr Af Preble and Stste of Ohio. Iu tlie above
stated case, and to the Sherllfof said eoanty rti-
reeled, l wlllArrerroranleiu paDneancuoavac lue
UNI a MB M"'l OW, IB JMUUM. . - ' v
: 'X On Sdlitnlay, Sept 11, 1875,
rjotwrn tbtf hours of 1 ami 4 o'clock, n. m " t!in fof
lowing premisen, sinint tn Fnian, trf!bte countyy
littl.t Miid tli'Mribt'tl an follows. li-wtt: -
llfinf In tlie north inrt rtbftOKa of auA
nnl wttiM$ au oi wuttwn nuniucrpstM miuiunc"
and tleMiiaied on tlie ptat of oat-Iot" laid t ut bf
I'lritMtit Jfirafiif as an rtlition tnttie ortstuU
i.i.t .if fMit-ibttt tifttai Mid rowil of liaaton and on
tlie nnrtliofsaM oriuiiwl plat of out-Xrota. (said
iHit-ltt rtinlaiiia ZK arres. more of ipi.
Al, the filloir,n lesc1nl wl tnie, attnfe
in Kainn. Oh!.. to-wlK. Ileitnr nil of It i-Lot nutu
Iter 4, Uuttirtl mml dtwiitateiJ on the jHai of
lutla IOWJQ, WltlCJl was mm uu nnu ior.ii aim
ninttr iiv thi-('oniinlKSUttirra of Preble t?iuiiti u
an addition to the original plat of lu-Lulaof the
ai.i UiA frllnwliiirdrflcrller1 real estate, ifv-wlt
lt..lnir all nf I.tt ntimht'M 4. S. (i. 7. H. . Id: I.t.ft.
II, Ui. 1J It, Ul rWsiIIU"?! Illllir BMuniiviMun si
Ijh mtmltfr Mln lleiuinL JMinIiiit. additiou to
Om-Ixti No. 1
Ju-Kol .:.,.... r-..z,.i
34 ncrf tract..
TKItMS OF SA LK One-third caK one-third In
0 month and' oie-ihlrd Irt IKntonths rmrmiayoi
uL: del.rrHl iiavmetita u Dear C iht Cfni. inier-
ei, aud to be securest bjr mortgnge on tne preoi-
. ; - JOHN TO WXBEND. Sheriff.
R. W.Qris. Ali'v.
AUK- li. lH7i-td . prf $n,o
. .'...Bridge. Letting, r. -
VTotiee is hereby given that sealed pro-
L l osals will be reeei vetl at the Atuli
tor'sOfflee. in Eaton. Preble Co., Ol lp.
tin to 12 o'clock, noon, of Monday, Sep
tember 13, 1875, for tl.e construction i
the abutments autl superstructure of a
Brhlee across Bai ta's -Creek,n tlie
Katon and iwisbnrg Free Turnpike
3 miles XortU East of Eaton.
. The abutineuU wl 1 be. of the "best
quality ruble ; masonry, laid in good
lime mortal, and will contain some 300
trcli of masonry. TUe superstructure
will be of wrought iron, CO feet elenr
spun. .. .- t , ; " '
. Specifications may. be found on file
lor Innneelion. id tne Auuitrrs omce,
on and ufter September 1st.'-' .
-The Boanl of Commissioners reserve
the right to reject nil bids if not deemed
By order of the Board.
1 W. I. B AKXI1ISER, ' '
Aug.l 9, 1875-4 w. And.
"Farm Per Sals!;
rrillE undersigned ill offer at private
A. saie , .
31 1-4, Acres of Well Im
ten acres of which is well timbered, Sit
uate iu Twin Township, about one mile
ami a quarter north-east of I.exingtou,
ou the ! r- free turnpike, known as
a part of the estate of Fayette Wysong,
The Improvements are a t WQ-story brick
wlih summer kiicnen anu wood liom
attached,, log barn, corn cribs, a good
well of water, and two first rate orch
ards. Tlie above laud will be sold on
reasonable terms. For for further in
formation, Sec, apply to either of the
subscribers. 1'EKItY W YriUiNG, -1
h-atou.Juiy s, lSo-iin
Notice to Merchants.
OTICE is hereby given that no one
Bhall sell any member of my fam
ily goods of any knut, on my credit as
L snail nor- scum respousiuie. -
Sept.2,1875-w4 - -
THE undersigned has been duly ap
pointed Executor of the last, will
and testament of Christian Smith, late
of Eaton, Preble countv. Ohio, deceas
ed. JONATHAN SW1TZEK.
Campbell & Gilmote, Att'ys.
D. & J.' Werts, plaintiff, vs. M. P.
Gerard, defendant. Before Samuel Mo
Ts utt, J. P., rf Harrison township, Pre
ble county, Ohio;
On the 17th day of August, A. D.,
1875, sid Justice issued au order of at
tachment in the above action for the
sum of Twelve Dollars and Twenty-six
Cents. . D. & J. WEKTS.
Sept. 9, 1875-W3
David Worts, plaintiff, vs. M-F. Ger
ard, defendant. B fore Samuel Slc-
Jnutt,J. P., of Harrison township, Pre
ble county, Chio.
On the 17th day of Ansrnsfc, A. D.,
1875, said Justice issued an order of
in the above action, for
sum of Thirty-three Dollars and Nine-
ty-nve uents. VAiu wjskts,
WW AVING sold out my Dry Goods
WM. business to John T. Deem, I wish
to notify all that have accounts on book
to call and make settlement. The books
will he found at the store of J. T. Deem
By calling at once yon will greatly
li;, V. M. 11V.F.M.
I liaton, Sept. 9. 187a-w4
Partition Sale. .
Case No. .3712. ,; , . ,x ..;
John Ott & wife, ,,. w .
vs. -y Order of Sale In
,gu?an Lyons, et al.J Pjirtition. . . ". .
P17BSUAX' to an order Of saflf issued
froin tlie Cfmrt: of nommon Plena.
of tPrefele eonnty,- Ohio la the. bov
state tieasei.aMl- to the oneritt orsjtiu
county. directed. I Will Offer formate at
TJtlbllb sMlCtion, nt thel0OT of the Court
Vif., f .
llOUSe, III t-atOUra . . .! . ' I j
On Saturday ;SepL ille,-.,
between tlie hours of lliiid 4 o'clock,
ra., the following premises, : situate iu
ra., the following premises, : sltuat
Preble eoulity, Ohioto-wHu; i !
Beinz a part of the northeast quarter
or Se lion . 18, lowl f nip, j, , iiange 3,
eastv and bounded and described as fol
lows: Beginning at a point on tbe cast-
line m tne section bo poles sotuu oi tue
north-east corner thereof, aud runnin;
thence south Sli-i degrees, west 109.7
poles tpa sUiWe; thenco south CO do-.
irrirpj4 "j'iiiiii...eat 8.73 nnles to a stake
" . . - - - ... . I ... . . -I
Witness a IHCKOry, SOUttt degrees,
west 00 links and an ash. south 56 tie-
f.n. . . itoi ' ii.,f.o . tn
reeSf Wesi 72g liUks; thence SOUth 30
eerCCS 13 mill., east 4o poles tO a Stake
livihe east side of tlie channel or Tniu
t-.riAlr u-Itnacs nn nlm nnrl K )S flpo-rna
.... n 1 1 . . i ... 1 . , pfn
etlSt 07 HukS and a Sycamore, 8011th 79
degrees, east V) links: thence north
an? ' ... ,,, mA nn i ,
87;-j degrees, east 76.30 poles tO a Stone
On the east line or the Section; thence
5. d ,n . i.. . . ,
north 3 degrees S mill., West 41.78 POleS
to t e place of beginning ,' containl g
ofl ko .inn . .,. '. r-.i"'i in "
00 :100 at TCS. APPmlSea Ot HI) Per
TERMS One-third cash'one-triird
111 nn ve.ir anrl onn thinl In two rpr
. . . . . -
ijruiu uiiy oi euie ueicrreu puymetiuf su
pear o percent, interest,- ana to oeee-j
cured Tiy mortgage on the premises. ."
juuk towjs'skjnu, siierm.
CAslrUELL & GlLilOUE. Att'VS.t- : f
Aug. 12, 1875-tds . I prf9,40
; JCa'se No. 3713.J ;
" 'Elljali Pease,". " ... ) Order of
: - vs. v V Sate in Par.'
A pan bcuioEser, et ai.r l tition.
DT virtue' of au order of sale issued
X t from the Court of Commou Pleas.
of ' Preble comity,. Ohio, iu the above
stateU case., and to. the Sheriff of fain
county directed, I will offer for sale at
nubile auction, at the door or the court
liouse, in fcatou, .. . . , , .
0)1 Saturday, Sept.i.lK.loli
between the boms of 1 and 4 o'clock, p,
m. :the fnllAwinr nrnmiKM. aitnatA in
tr rCOle iOOUIltV. . OulO. ana Deine tlie
. ' . . ' l . "
north Dart of the north -east Quarter of
Station 18.' TotVUshiD 7. BailSO 3.. east:
. . . . . . ' , , .il
besinninir . at a stake at. the north-west
eoruer of thesaid quarter and running
Ll 1 11 V. CU11.I1 VI. ; I lJ t ....!.,
..cil,h, I,. il..i.l,.,,,..UI
Twin creek: thence south G3 dcerecs 8
.""ll"'"; !""" "".i-"-"""
nihV.'i'ra-1 16 1 poles to 'a stake ; thence
north 87t-I xlefirees.' east 146 :67 poles to
KAt.'if An . I, n .... 'it.... n.r i, :rt
o yvtttu vu i-.i v. nu, . uuc ' i uu kviivii.
tlience nortn a degrees a Ttiin.y -esf4o
polei to tlie north-enst corner of the
ijctlpn: thence -sooth' 87J' degrees,
v?5it lWUbl rods to the place ot oegln
ping, contaiiiins dvodTiuu acres oi tana.
Appraised at $50 per acre. '' -wl
i ,tL'KrtMS-Oiin-tliiril nuhi .one-lhlrd
In one year and' one-third in two years
from day of sale; deferred payments to
brai tt percent interest and to be secur
ed by mortgage on tlie premises. .
juui tu iv jiauiiNjj, sntrin. ..
Caiii-bkll GiLHOKK. AU'ya. -. ;t
Aug. 12, 1875-tds, ... prf 18,00.
" Case No. 3711. -
Frederick Lvons & wife, ) - ' " '
vs. l-uriler or sale
I Margaret Loop, et al. " J in Partition
Xinfrom the Court of Common Pleas,
of Preble county, Ohio, In tlie above
stated cusp," and to the Sheriff of said
connty tlfrocted, I will offer for sale at
public auction, at the door or the Court
House, in I'.aton,
' On Saturday, Sept. 11, 1875, .
between the hours of 1 and i o'eUck.ii,
in., the following premises, situate in
Prelile county, Ohio, and being a 'part
oil he north-east quarter or oecttou Is,
township 7, ltaugc d, cast,. and bound
ed run! described as follows, to wit :
- Beginning nt a point on ilio east line
of thcsection W poles south of the north
east corner tl.ereof,ar.d running thence
sotHb 87. degrees, west 140.87 poles
a stake; tlience south U3 aegrecs 8 min,
mat St 113 nriloa Li n stnkp- t'liciwi. uin th
69 desreesa min.. east 10.27 poles to
f tako : them c north 87'i degrees, east
100.78 poles to the east fine of the sec-
lion; tlience north 3 degrees 3 min.,
west 20 poles to the place of beirinuinz.
cbntaiuiiig 10 09:100 acres.. Appraised
nt.'flS per acre. ' ', '
'I'RVMS-tnivtlilril poxli' nnn-thlrrl
jin one year and one-third in two years
iirom day or sale; dererred payments to
bear 6 per cent, interest and to be se
cured by mortgage ou tiie premises.
JOHN" TOWN'SENIX Sheriff-.
.Campbkll & Gilmore, Att'ys.
,Aug. 12, 1875-tds . prf $8,00
' Partition Sale.
, Case No. 3003.
Anna Fudgej , . .. ) O r d e r
,.t vs. ;., , ;... Sale iu Par
Margaret Blackford, et al. I tition.
Virtue of au order of sale issued
from the Court of Common Pleas.
of, Preble county, Ohio, in the above
V ... 1 . i,A CI,n-lA'n( bM
aisu.il lC, auu IU IUI2 MUGIIIi v& HIU
county . directed, I will oiler for sale
public auction, ou tlie piemiscs, . . ,
On Monday, SepU, 13, 1875,.
between llie hours of 1 anil i o'clock, p,
m.. the followinz premises, situate in
Preble county Ohio, and being W acres
out of the south half otsecuon VJ, towu.
ship 9, range 2, east; commencing
tlie south-we t corner ofsaidsecti n;
tlience north 160 rods: thence east
1 rods; thence south 160 rods: thence
west 8i rotls to the place oi Dcginning.
Also, tlie north-west quarter of Sec
lion 19, Township 9, Range 2, east, con.
talhfiig'iaa acres, less 40 ncrcs off
the north end of said quarter, owned by
J. G. llolsinger. The two tracts here
in ' described containtnar 1GG acres
land, more or less. Appraised at f
ncr acre. '
TtiKMa une-mtrit casn, one-ttiira
in one year and one-third in two years
from dav ot sale: deferred payments
bear 6 per cent, interest, ami to be se-
cured by mortgage on the premises.
JOHN TOWNSEND, Sheriff.
' Campbell & Gilmore, Att'ys.
! Aug. 12, 1875-tds . prf $7,20
Sheriff's Sale. .
; . Case Ko. 3C21. ,.,
James B. Welsh. 1
. . vs.. -. 1 Order of S; le
Wm. A. Swihartand ( Attaolimeut.
Jdhu 8; Peters. J
By virtue of an order of sale issued
from the Court of Common. Ploas,
of Preble county, Ohio, in the above
stated case, and to the ahcritt of saiu
county directed, 1 will offer for sale
public auction, at tne aooroi mo otiri
Mouse, In .atou,
between the hours ofl and 4 o'clock,
m.. the following property ; The south
east fractional quarter of Section num
ber 2", Township 7, Jtangc i, east,
situate in Gasper township, pieble Co.
Ohio, containing 130 acres of land.
The property or interest of John
Peters therein, which interest is the
mainder of said premises to tho
John S. Peters, after the death of
mother, Elizabeth Peters. Appraised
attl,00Q. Terms cash.
JOHN TOWNSEND, Sheriff.
Foos & Fisher, Att'ys.
Aug. 26, 1875-tds prf,
tftaT' All kintls. of Job Printing
executed, at, th,c Dehorat ollicc.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
of mi-mbcre, shall be appointed hythe Gov
Vl',X leriiot, with the advice and -uiiaent of the Beiiate,
I Uie rupmbcni of which shull hold ofllire for the
" 'n "" or ny ;,,;,1,,.,mn,nBlS,, i0""
I not exceed two-vears, nor shall It be created oneii
26 sr thanonre nten yesrs. If this ameudnient
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION
Relative to an nmendmeut of Article
. Four of the Constitution relating to
''" tho Judiciary; -1' '-'-" j '
BES'OT.-VKn, BY THPJ- OEWERAL ASSEM
BLY or THKbTATKOFOILlO, (Ihree-finhaof
the members elected to eueh Houe atcreeniK
thereto.) that It be anfl 1 hereby propnseU to the
eieeiera of tlils'etste to vote, at the next animal
OcH,oer eierliou. upon me npprovat or rej cuon or
the followlmr aim.admencs as additional section of
Oh In. to-wii: - "
Article loiirol the constitution ol uie filule 01
Section Si. A cosiml.Hslos. which shau consist
term of three yejim lYom and after the first day of
February. M.C,t0 4JliUMsf vich purtof :!ie bust-
new theu on the norketn of the Supreme Court tts
lirvllfhV jK-nunretnem between said commission
and Maid court, be iruoafwrevl to such com mission;
iiidxa aeomniMsinn snail nave itKe junMieuoii
and power In mtpeetto bul-1 bust new naureor
ay oe- vested iu aula court; and the members or
id commisslofi shall recelvea nkecompetiimtlon
fbrthe time being, with the judge of said cou t
A majority of the members of said commission
shull be neressarv to fiirni aononim or pronounce
a decision, and ft decision shall be ceriiHiftl, en-
terea ana eiuoCfaas,uiejuuimeQiB.oi me ou
nrnm Clnnrt. land at the eTDiratiorj of the term of
aid commlasiomaiH hMlaea undisposed of, shall'
ay It oe ceninea 10 tne Diipreuie uuun snn ihjs
ph if i If said commission had never existed. The
del k and reporter ofsmd coartv stmll be the clerk
aufl reporter oi aaiu cotumiaMoa, ana ne oorumis-
, - ,,Vmoer those provided by Taw for said
curt, which attendants said commission mar ap-
.1. All ! w .,ifli otlir t I en .Ian t. lint. .tpmkI.
rtohit and removeat Itsplcasnre. Any vacancy
ieciirrlnit In said coninilwlun ill hs nlled by sp-
pohitment of Mir Uorernor. with the sdvice and
consent ot the Senate. IfllteSenste be In session,
miit ,he ntnM M But n, session, by the uov-
ernnr. but in suoh lust esse, such anoolntnient
bush pire a- ineenn ei me nexi sesnioa 01 sue
General Assen.hly" TheOenerol Assembly icar.
fonapplleatlon of the Supreme UmUalf entered
ton the Joortial of the.ootirt and certiHeil, provide
ov lawlwueiiever two-thlrdsolsuclieHc;hJ House
siiaiienMrinereiu,rrom tine to rortneap-
pointnieiit In Jlke manner ofa like commission
CitU like powers-. Jurisdiction ami duties: nrovl-
shall besdontedhra majority of the electors of
en fbr-the-electlon'ofsoaators and Kenreseiita-
sives, ll snail oei-oine seruoii iweniy-iwo Ol tne
fonrth Artleleoftbe Constitution of t
Article of tlie Coustilutluii of the Utatcof
At such eleat loathe voters desirina to rote in
fator otthp ntlonlH.i: of this smeudmeut. shall
placeupoD thir ba'iuts the words.; . .. . . t
. . , MrOIs THE COXMISSlOXr' . ) .
"The Totrra who do not favor the sdootlon of soch
amendnieiit, shall place UKn their DAllota the
"AUAlQr lUIi Ll'l 111 1U-1.
-. , - I. MILTU.V MoOtrY
Apeaker pro tern. ! the Uuhhc of lleprrMi'iiutlves.
fc AJ.rnunnir riAni,
' -..) r, tr. rij6lilcUi.OMh0eU,14L
Adopted March 3D, 1S7S. j , ,
SENATE JOINT. RESOLUTION!
Proposing an Amendment to tho Cbn-
i stitution or the state of uino. :
OF THE STATE OV OHIO. That an amendment
to tlie Con-itUiMlon oi the Mate of Ohio be promis
ed in tlie fottowltnr words, to-wltt NocwitlislaiMl-
lntire pro7ishn of the seooad seuiton ol this Ar
ticle, the Ueuefiil Assembly shall hnre power to
prorkle by law, tar the assessment of a special tax
on dogs without regard lo value, and to provide
for the confiscation and kf nine of such tinlmals
upon failure or refusal of the owner, keeper or hart
borer thereof, to pay such iecial tax. If this
amendment totti Comitrtulloii of the Slate Of
Ohio shall be adopted by a majority of the electors
oi die siaie oi uino. voting a. me next election
Mra'" ,or inrami oi otmmnina npmei-
Talli es, snail Dwouio seciioa seren oi ills iweiiin
Anirmnrtha i'nn.iimn.n nrthBsin,.nrnhin ,
sack election Ibe rutrrsdMlrlnKtovotetn furor of
saia araenaniens, snii nare wruien or pi
their baiiuts the trnnis. -for amen
had I iaaihv VIWS.-
'r GEO. L. CONVERSE.
BpeaVeroftlie House ornoprfSMtntlves.
Adopted Marf t, lsT3'
'reaUleut ottbe sicoate.
Apm S, Uit.JM
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R.
Fmstngor Trains will ran ea this Boad, learloj
. . tut Hyem BUtimu u lolloni...
' " GfelKQ NORTH l' ' - " '
S U p
U P SI
1 so a m
17 a m
to ul a ro
lii a m
i lo P
I a p
. M)lSO DOUTII.
C. ft Ft. W.
s si v ni
t It a in
4 43 a m
7 IS a m
ltd a id
( U p
8 OS ,
8 15 a iu
8 53 am
10 10 a m
11 SO p m
U 55 p m
-I.. WILLIAMS, (jen'ISnpt.
C. C. NELSON,
STOVES i i ,-TIN . WARE!
.lil!.f55 constantly on hand a
L' stock of all kinds of Stoves. .Tin
aim siieei-iron ware.
Roofing, - Guttering. Mud Spouting,
promptly' attendee! to on call, together
: C. C. NELSON".
l"Store in Gard's corner, on Main
r.eet, opposite the Danser Uouse, - r
i m. BOOT; & : SHOEfli
1 - STOR, E.' " ;
Barron Street, Eaton, Ohio
TT'EEPS constantly on band a large
XV. stock of first-class
BOOTS AND SHOES.
which he will sell at reasonable prices
for cash.. JIe will do all kinds of Re
pairing promptly, and on the most
liberal terms. Give him a call.
Christ. Brown's old stand, Barron
St., E: ton, O. . ' ,.,
Eaton. Fet. 4, 1875-tf , '
,$20 000 'WOETH OFT:
UCM VflfTH JIAl RAW
w I its sws.
. NOW OS HASP AT T11E
..1 I. .. ! .. ' .1. , - !- I'.l
'.. i : ui-.. -w i
M. : STURM!
And offered at prices that will suit all
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Trunks, Hats, Caps, &c,
The Largest Stock Ever in Eaton!
And ill be sold down to the lowest
THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD
And the only -way to do it these bard
"t t pies is to make tliem
for everyone to buy.
Now Is yonr
' , ' time.
CAU AND SEE
My stock before purchasing elsewhere,
Ot posite Jail. Stephens' Block,
tun.Ohio. . M. STURM,
atou, July i, io-iy
irst Hatidnal Bank
;1 in r
Bank of Discpirat' jfe; Deposit;
H AVISO removed to-hnd oecnpied
onr old room lit the tWtl Fellowsf
BniltHiiz,t hleh' ha bei-tr' erently eiK
Ur?ed mid- thoronghlyTi farniElint with
a view to nocommodating nr inisinets
wants more thoroughly.-r We do
A General Banking ' TlusineSs, "
in all its various forma : Keceive Depos
its for either lcno or short time, and
allow ixtkkest ou 'l ME Dej osils at
per special ajrreemciit with parties riiak-
ngthesame.i ' y ---
CJ. F. B ROU iVb., Vasiiicr.
June 11, 1874-tf
; .1 T JG.IT0.V, O
U. C. niestamt, ;
Audrew liicrtaiid, '
t t. r, ...I-.
John P. Acton,
,, , Jacob II
H. C. HJESTAND &CQ.
,, ' - i . i .
Bank'of Discount & Deposit
. . . DEAL IN;. . . i .
Government and County
Bonds, Coin and Exchange-
' MONEY' TO XOAi;
. ... .., ON LIBERAL TEUJI3. -H
ISTEKEST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Eaton, Feb. 4, 1876-ly .;
CAN be een.itt our. office as bclov
specified, w.bere will always be
found a full stock; also, a good supply
Of , .. rf ... ....' rt, ..it ... a
Silk Thread. Cotton and
.. ,; ' Needles. ' '" ,
Every person wishing to buy a first-
class SEWlNti MACHINE should not
fail to call and examine our stock aud
prices before purchasing elsewhere, , , ,
w e ciaun lor tins macnine ; , ,; j .
GREATER DURABILITY, t
af TIore Elastic Stitchi
and better adapted for all kinds of work
than anv other machine' now in'' the
market; -and will guarantee entire sap.
isfactlon. - - ' ' "- -i'- ' "' '
r Sold on easy terms, in monthly
payments, if desired. i. ..i :i ,r t
THE HOWE MACHINE CO. T'
DANIEL WIKEL, Jr.. '..,:,
i :r)r, ..,ti Sniiervising Agent.
r.aton, rreuie Lp;
Eaton, March II, 1875 .
' Have received IromUeW Xors-u-,;!
A Large and Splendid Stock
DBf - goods;-
CARPETS OF. , ALL
Oil Clothes; V-.'; j
Wool and Cotton Yarns,
' Window Shades and(Fixtures,
Cottoriades, Umbrellas &
Parasols, Hats, Shoes
Looking . Classes.' "
Aud a great variety of other Goods.;
. .. . . i . i
Our old customers and the public sen
-erally are respectfully invited to. eaTl
ana examine our gopus. . -.
Wool, Butter, Eggs, Feathers, Hags,
Are taken In Exchange for Goods.
Oct. 8, I874.-40-tf
.. Dr. A. A. CHURCHILL,
EATON, OHIO. .
AVIXG permanently located.
Dental OfHce in this place, is now
prepared to do all kinds of first-class
work ou short notice. AU work war
ranted to eive satisfaction. 'i.
Office ou Barron St., over Possman &
nambiuge's bakery. . , .
Eaton. Jtiue-24, 1875-tf
i i ,o & it! 'art
AND I i -it vi
Main Street, Eatoi Ohioi-"' '
January IS, "74-ly. "'-'"
THE ONLY STOVE MADE
With. Sliding Oven Doors.
. Fitentad Feb. 2, 1869, ud Sept. 2, 1869, .
UE.VLEtt IN ....
Tin &. Sheet-Iron Ware
' : i-.r . .f:'
Galvanized . JVqrlc 'pf
'' ' SOCH AS ' "
Window Caps, ,
Cornices, .. , ,
; Brackets. i
Crestlngs, Ac, &c. ' : -
tyEepairing promptly and. neatly
exeeutcu. . ,:; ..,
Ol Rag X Iron Taken
in Exchange. '
Shop on Barron Street, oppcsltc
Jiaton, May 27, 1873-ly
A LARGE 'ARRIVAL
l ,.- .--af f-f--.
li t I
WM, M. WILSON'S,
Philadelphia arid' Few Yorb
JT tlAVE NOW, TIIE '
Hats, Caps Boots. Shoes, and
ever brought to this market, which hare
all been bought for CASH, at the , .'
Lowest Market Price.! .
and will be sold at 'very small profit
fo Cash Buyers., ive afttii
line of .... .
of tlie very latest designs and patterns.
Also, a full line of." ' '.,' '
rtsUCtAS-,,-. ... .
Bf.KACjrED 4 hltOWX' MriRTYNriS' "SHOW
ilUKl.INS Of VA11IOUS ItAlfcs, tu-t
(SlIKliTtVliSi, PILLOW' CASE.
mtiUs.-OHWMft? : t U'r-m A
.. HA1IS, CIIKVIOTM, TAIIL". DIArErlt1' "'
CB JLaa E8. CUT TOU A U E ii. i) t M t M. Si- -.
Every Thing' in'-the Domestic -Lintr
" Y'T stoc? .'7;X'f!',i,'T
black Alpacas, r nt i.li a N-riN-rs. CASii- ,'
HE1IE3, " roPLlXfs, ' ATTKliK7'! -'"'
.1' ' DELAISKS. TAME ,'n-'-'r'
- - nx'inrr!- "
' . .rails. AND iKrSKItT- c J-ul a
, ISOH.KIilUIIXS.rAllASOI, . , . t
SUN' rtlAUSJ, TAK. -UMBnELLASr, -Ail""
of ,all ' Grade5;ivPA:.Sizesl!
1 wecu,i. . (cans,.; vasnmerettSny .vasT
meres, Boaihazines, lilankew, uett f
Spreads, Window. Holland,'
r i Curins. . Ali9,-W, r,.,.
... . - .L4.HG8 STQCK OF . ,,, .. ...
Catpets&- Floor - Qil-CIoths-
RUGS, and evrr thine youvOjin call fori
an theXotiou Hue. Also! a Urge stock .rv
Of Uii' " "M '-i ll'f-jU. . i it fay
BOOTS r-- AND;- SHOES,
which wHl"be sold at!bottbm prices,";: : '"
t3 The Tiighesf -Hmrrket price1 paiO-
lu cash or trade for WOOL. "
DBotfor2et the placf '''
Opposite: the C6iit housff'.,'"
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Eaton, April 8, 1875. 1 ' ' 1 1?
f 1 WE tin Jersigned weuld rcspeetfolly u
L Infbrni.thc citizens of Camden Sridf
iciuitjvthat be has epened a .'- U
In Camde n". On M ain Street.
He offers to tlie public a'eoirplete' as-'
i; ,:.-"-' sortmetit bf ' ' '" '"' '
-i Dnros. . -
chkmicalr. - :
.llOU. ET AjmOLBSV .4 " '
.i i. , .
I . PKIlFOMBttY,
! ' " VAKI9HE9,
. ! PUTTY. .. .
- yGl.X.-"'' ,;" " I
.' I ..sBBUSHB. ' ii if..
A ' , j'LXTURES, , ,..
Choice Cisart 'lr. Tobacco.
Pure ,;Winesv.afid-: Liquors;.-
for'medical purposea, and all the Pat
ent Mediciues of tfie day. ....... , .
i Pres. riptions carefully, compoundeu u"
stall hours, day or night. ' . , '" 1(.',j
Erfartictilar attention given to mi- t
ing Family Hepi-ipW.g3 - . '.'.',' "'. .
Also, have' on hand choice line "or "
Paxnily Groceries !..,'.',.
AH of which 'will be sold at IXW
PEICE8. "lie would respectfully -so- -licit
a share of pnbli5 patronage:
--:, J0HN1. WOODSIDEi
If. B. Parties deairouof purchasing-"-PIANOS
and ORGANS will do wel! by
calling on me before purchasing; Kx
tra inducements ofTcred. i- JP. W. :
Camden, jHne 10, 1875-ly-I wniir
i - j i"
1 1 ..uu
, Ac, Ac, &C, t ij .r r -f
I EATON; OHIO, titn ,! V 3 .'
rWlIIitbfsi orice in caeb.or trade.' paid Ail al
Satoa'.Sov.W.lsn. ' "1 J-"1-,' -! "
. ,i i
PRODUCE EM PORIU
TNVITKS especial attcntlou . tOihia-i
:touk of rA3dla,Y.G0CEfiIES
PROUL'CE, of which lie keeps a -full n
and complete stock at hispid stnud en.
BSarori Street Eaton, 0';.
lie flatters himself that lie caiiscli';,
as low as any other house in town, and, .,
willkcepalwaysou hand the bcsthaniU
Of .. . v..,.i?L Jl
PUOVTSIOJ,' AnTTrABLES, AI.MOSBS
Fl'ICES, TEAS, ' - ..i t-:,i ''
ooFrr.vt, ' BAiffPrs. '
BUTTEH, CHEESE, I-.
AailtV FLOCK, fllRN MEal., ' K1CE..
. , . : , AL!) I.
Salt by the Barrel.; :
The patronage of tbo public is solicited,. ,
. :in i. laijyi,
IRON & -HARDWARE
Commercial .Block,., 2d door,. Main SU
EA.T03ST, OHIO.", '
EIDS0N & DEQ-RO0T
,i .A NXOUSCE totUeir-
lends and the pub-. .,
lie that they have on hand
and intend to keep a constant assort--,
ineut of . ' .
IRON. STEEL' NAILS & '
which thry will sell on reasonable; ,
terms for , .. 4
They have au unlimited snpply of all"
Agricultural " Implements'..
Also exclusive Agents forthe celebrated
; STUDEBAKER ;
ROAD & SPRING;
ItLACKSMITHS' YOUOHIOUHEST WAl,
al avs on hand at the lowest imirkei
pric ". EIUSOX & DEGIiOUX,
Katon, Feb, 11, 1375-ly .