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L, G-. GOULD, Editor.
Sept. 15. 1875,
Democratic State Ticket.
WILLIAM ALLEN, of Boss.
SAMUEL F. CARY, of Hamilton
FOR SUPREME JUDGE,
THOS. Q. ASH BURN, of Clermont
FOR AUDITOR OF STATE,
E. M. GREENE, of Shelby.
FOR TREASURER OF STATE,
JOHN SCHREINER, of Meigs.
THOS. E. POWELL, of Delaware.
MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
H. E. O'HAGAN, of Eric.
Hon. ABNER HAINES, of Preble.
People's County Ticket.
DANIEL PAYNE, of Somers Tp.
CLERK OF COURT,
W. D. QULNN, of Washington.
A. E. HUBBARD, of Washington
HENRY SHIDELER, of Gratis.
J. R. BEATY, of Washington.
L E. FREEMAN, of Eaton.
LEWIS MARKER, of Twin.
JOHN HOLDERMAN, of Eaton.
JAMES V. ACTON of Eaton.
Gea. SA'L F. CAJRY,
Hon. I. S.GOODIAG,
Will address the citizens of Preble
county, in Eaton, on TUESDAY
AFTERNOON, Sept( 21st, 1875.
Turn out, ye laboring men and farm
ers, and hear for yourselves.
The Radicals admit that their
Morton Meeting was a failure.
Since the meeting of - Moxa Mor
ton in Eaton, the Contractionists are
Don't for get that Gen. Cary speaks
in Eaton on the 21st, inst- Come
and hear him.
The business man who votes for
national banks is voting immediate
bankruptcy to himself.
The laborer who votes against the
greenback voluntarily votes to make
his family and himself slaves. -
The manufacturer who votes a
gainst the"greeback votes against
his best friend and in favor of his
The farmer who votes for contrac
tion and national banks, against the
greenback and convertible bond, is
voting himself and family into paup
erism and the poor house.
The Radicals of Eaton are now in
favor of contraction. They "con
tracted" their meeting from ten
acres of space to about ono half
acre! How is that for contraction?
Every laboring man who is satis
fied with the demand for labor and
the price paid for it, with the pros-
Tvt of still further reduction of
wages, should by all means vote the
Governor Hayes while he was gov
ernor spent at the rate of $3,500 per
year of the people's money as contin
gent expenses; Honest Old Bill Al
len, during the time he has been
Governor, has spent less then $1,300
for the same purpose. " Which will
you vote for tax-payers?
The Farmer is not represented on
the Republican Ringmasters ticket of
this county. They are only fit to
pay the taxes of Radical bondholders,
while the retired city gentleman
draw the fat salaries ! Ye laboring
men, step up and vote for your task
Support the Independent Ticket.
Independent candidates have always
made, honest, capable and faithful
officers. Look at their record in
Preble County. It speaks volumes
for independent, unpledged and un-
' "biassed candidates, not run in the
interest of old party hacks and office
After the election the Republican
leaders will have nothing to say a
bout the common schools being in
danger. It is a bait they are using
to catch the gudgeons, but no one
with common sence can be entrap
ped. 1 ;
The Democratic Legislature of
Ohio done good work for the people,
the Farmers, Laboring-men and the
rich men, by reducing the taxes; re
ducing expenditures; reforming the
administration of county affairs and
reducing 'the salaries of County offi
cials; by their action on these sub
jects, causing the blessings of the
government to fell equally upon all,
the rich and the poor, which is Dem
REPUBLICAN DOCTRINE IN 1867
The Republican Convention of Pre
ble county on the 10th day of Aug.,
1867, Geo. D. Hendricks, President,
by its Chairman on resolutions, An
drew Coflinan, reported'the following
"Resolved, That we are in favor of
paying the National Debt legal
tender notes, to be issued bv Con
gress in sufficient amounts to enable
the people to pay the assessments of
the government as now levied and
speedily liquidate the debt; believ
ing that such a policy would stimu
late labor, encourage industry, and
develop the resources of the conn
try." ' ,
Upon this resolution the Eaton
Register (see voL 25, No. 33) made
the following comment: '
"The Union party propose to keep
up the circulation as high as it has
been, by an additional issue of green
backs, or any other currency, up, sav
to $900,000,000 until the great debt
is lifted from the shoulders of the
people, not by denying it, nor plead
ing the bankrupt act, not by the old
Democratic Mississippi dodge of say
ing we won't pay, but by paying ev
ery cent in the tame currency a that
in which the debt was made. This
can easily be done, pork and wheat
every article of manufacture, the labor
of the artisan and other labor will
bear a good price, every body will
prosper, the country will flourish,
and even while we pay the debt, we
shall feel that it is no burden to bear.
By one policy we would repudiate
the aebt and grow poor; by the oth
er we shall pay it and grow rich. Let
the people choose.
This resolution passed the Con
vention unanimously, and was sub
stantially copied in the Republican
State Platforms of Ohio, Indiana, Ill
inois and Wisconsin. It was then
the cherished doctrine of the' Repub
lican party, and especially commend
ed the support of Senators Sherman
and Morton as its strict expounders.
But in process of time these Sena
tors went back on their own avow
als, so eminently in the then interest
of the people, and attached them
selves to the financial policy of the
bondholders and the money chang
ers of Wall Street It still remains
a mystery what induced them and
many other members of Congress to
thus betray the people and ally
themselves with the bondholders; but
one thing is certain, that within a
few years they all turned out to be
millionaires. Whether guided by
honest or sinister motives, the fatal
policy of retiring the legal-tenders
and curtailing the currency was a-
dopted, which has been steadily pur
sued nntil the volume now is circu
lation is insufficient to accommodate
the legitimate business of the nation.
In the meantime, the Gold Bill and
National Bank Charter was adopted,
which gives the bondholders a monop
oly of the currency, more than dou
bled the national debt in point of
value, and so having the finance of
the nation in their own hands they
now insist upon a forced return to a
6pecie basis which will bankrupt the
nation. This end they propose to
reach by selling gold interest bear
ing bonds, and with the proceeds
purchase coin, and thns converting a
non-interest bearing debt into a larg
er one bearing interest payable half-
yearly in gold. This policy is now
adopted and has been in operation
for several years to the prostration
of all business pursuits of the nation.
Under this policy nothing is now
profitable but cutting coupons and
dealing in money, all other enter
prises are prostrate and the indus
tries of the nation are within the con
trol and grasp of the bondholders.
None of the speakers at the Radi
cal meeting in Eaton had a word to
say about Catholics. As much as
we are opposed to Gov. Morton po
litically, we will do him the justice
to say, he is a man of too much sense
to touch such a question. He leaves
that where it belongs, to the little
whiffets of the party who have not
judgement enough to know that it
was religious bigotry which detract
ed from England's fair fame when
she drove our fathers across the
wintry ocean. He knows too well
that the record of the democratic par
ty and the soul cf the Liberal ele
ment which swells its ranks, are
alike a triumphant answer to the ene
mies of tne public schools. He can
not afford to call up any more remi
niscence of the past in the shape of
leading Republican editorials, such
as has been called from old files of
the Cincinnati Gazette and other
equally prominent organs. The Gov.
has learned that policital records are
Hon. W. D. Kelley delivered an
address in Robinson's Opera House,
Cincinnati, Tuesday evening of last
week. The room was crowded by
men from all parties and from no
J it 1. ..
party, anu me audience listened in
tently, showing how .interesting the
subject and how able the speaker,
who was frequently interrupted by
the most enthusiastic applause. Mr.
Kelley and his friends are making
hosts of converts wherever their ar
guments are fairly presented, and
the tide is rising rapidly all-over the
country. The Gold-currency fallac
when candidly examiced, falls to the
ground, and right-minded men have
but to examine for themselves and
their votes thereafter will be for
greenbacks. The people are looking
into this question and the greenback
army is gaining streught overy day.
THE RADICAL MEETING
Announced for Moxa Morton and
other distinguished Radical speak
ers to come off on Friday of last
week, considering the strenuous ef
forts made by huge posters, drum
mers, and runners, was a complete
failure in the way of a political meet
:ng. There were not to exceed four
hundred persons present,"most of
them from town. It was announced
to be held at the Fair Grounds, but
it was discovered on Friday morning
that the thisg would be too small to
cover so much ground, and it was
changed to the City Hall, which was
about three fourths full. There was
no enthusiasm and Morton and the
other speakers looked as if they had
seen a ghost ! The procession of this
Meeting consisted of one long wagon
which was full of voters, and the on
ly one we observed. We pitied the
anxious leaders as they strained
their eyes to the East, West, North
and South looking for delegations.
The fact is, the working men of this
county, the day laborers are in no
mood for political harangues from
the leaders of the party that has been
the cause of all their pecuniary em
barrassment the men who have leg
islated in favor of the rich and a-
gainst the poor, need not come ask
ing laboring men for. their votes!
The farmers, mechanics and working
men of Preble county trill vote
against Hayes and the whole Repub
lican ticket this fall. They intend
to vote for more money and better
times, and all efforts of those who
for years have fooled them, to de
ceive them again, will prove unavail
ing. They want work and bread,
and clothing for themselves and
their families, not Republican false
hoods and misrepresentations. These
are the reasons why the Republican
Meeting was a failure, tame and
spiritless. It breathed only melan
The last statement of the bureau
of Statistics at Washington shows
that the imports for July were valued
at $41,286,391, against $47,102,476
for the corresponding month last
year, a falling off of nearly six mill
ions. The imports for the first sev
en months of the current calendar
were $316,104,793, against $351,136,
903 for the corresponding period of
1874, a falling off of more than thir
ty-five millions. If the decrease con
tinues at the same rate for the re
mainder of the year, it will amount
to sixty millions in all, which means
a loss of revenue of sixteen to twen
ty millions. This loss will reduce
the coin revenue to about $138,000,
000, or but little more than enough to
pay interest and provide for the
sinking fund. Indianapolis Her
And yet the Radical velpers of
Ohio propose to pay nearly two
thousand millions of bonds, interest
and principal in Gold, and wipe out
the Greenbacks and resume specie
payment If this does not approach
financial idiocy, we give it up.
Democracy is in favor of a reduc
tion of taxes, expenditures and sala
ries, and a return to nonest ana eco
nomical government which will make
money plenty and the people con
tented and prosperous. Radicalism
is solely in favor of Ring rule and
Ring extravagance, high taxes and
high salaries, which makes the rich
richer and the poor poorer.
Pennsylvania has nobly and bold
ly stepped to the front and adopted
the Ohio platform. Her Farmers,
Mechanics and Manufacturers know
what is oppressing them and propose
to assist in removing the dead
weight All hail to the " Keystone
The. Democracy were the au
thors of our present school system.
A clause in our present State Con
stitution prevents a division of the
School Fund. The Constitution was
framed and adopted by Democrats.
Democrats throughout the conn
try are bolting the Sour Mash ticket
by the score. Eaton Register.
Honest, Liberal and Independent
Republicans are bolting the Ring
masters crusading ticket by the dou
ble score, so that the result will be
very satisfactory to the farmers and
mechanics of this county.
Investigation into the political af
fairs of Preble county and the organ
ization of our School Boards for sev
eral years, with an occasional glance
at the lucrative appointments under
Grant's administration, may develop
the fact that at least one other
church than the Catholic will absorb
the political and temporal power it
William H. Seward, Republican
Governor of New York, was the first
man who ever advocated dividing
the School Fund, and the Democracy
of Ohio in Constitutional Convention
assembled, took warning,and so fram
ed the Constitution that in this State
such a thing would be impossible
without a change in the Constitution,
even though every State official and
member of the Legislature should be
Catholics and so desire it! -Then, if
it comes to voting, there are five Pro
testants in Ohio to one Catholic, so
that our readers will see that this
School question is gotten up by the
Contractionists, te Bankers and
Bondholders, in order to divert the
minds of tax-payers, from the finan
cial issue, the only question in the
contest Poor men, vote for more
money and against the Bondholders!
For the Eaton Democrat.
TO THE ELECTORS OF PREBLE
Having learned from various
sources, that .Mr. u. jj. tiounes has
been industriously circulating among
the people reports prejudicial to my
character as an honorable business
man, I desire to call the attention,
especially of those to whom Mr.
Holmes has made charges against
me as to my action in applying for
the Agency of the Ohio Farmer Co.,
to the following letter written by me
to said Company, in reference to the
matter: - - n
EATON, O., June 23, 1873.
A. H. Hatcleu, ec'y. Ohio Farmer
Ins. Co., Le Roy, Ohio:
Dear Sir From statements of
your Mr. Holmes, made to parties
and coming to our knowledge, we are
forced to the conclusion that our Mr,
Beaty has been misrepresented iu
reference to the motives prompting
him to make application for the A-
gencv of the Ohio Farmers' at this
place. We conclude from what Mr.
H. has said that Mr. B. has been
represented as acting through feel
ings of spite or revenge; and to cor
rect this misapprehension, we desire
to make this statement: "At the
organization of a Board of Under
writers at this place, Mr. Holmes was
active, became a member, ond pledg
ed his honor to work all the Com
panies represented by him under the
rules and in accordance with the
rates . prescribed by the- Nation
Board." Mr. Beaty declined to go
with the Board, and gave up the A-
gencies of all Board Co's. Presum
ing Mr. H. intended to carry out his
promise in good laith, and aware
that the Ohio Farmers' was not in
the Board, it occurred to Mr. Beaty
that the actions of Mr. Holmes would
not be approved by your Co., and
this alone prompted him to make ap
plication for. the Agency. We have
no personal feelings in the matter.
Mr. Holmes has doubtless made a
good agent, or the Company would
not have so long retained him, and
we certainly shall not seek to in
crease our business by misrepresen
tation of him or any other. We are
engaged in a General Insurance A-
gencv, and shall devote our entire
time to the prosecution of the bust
ness; and from long and thorough
acquaintance with the people we
have every reason to be encouraged
conceiving our success. Wa desire
to represent one good Farm Com
pany, and would prefer a home Com
pany like yours to a loreign one.
But we wish it distinctly understood
that we do not seek to procure the
Agency through misrepresentation
of any one engaged in the same bn
siness. should there be any inten
tion on the part of your Company to
transfer Mr. Holmes to another and
wider field, we will rely upon the re
commendations of our business com
munity to secure the Agency. If
there is no such intention, then we
have no desire to 9irpplant Mr. H.
and there is the end of the matter.
Very respectfully yours,
BEATY & BOSTICK.
In connection therewith I call your
especial attention to the reply of the
Ohio Farmers' Insurance Company,
which I think is a counting answer
to tho misrepresentations of Mr,
Holmes. Let Mr. Holmes now in
form the people which is right, he or
his Company.' Also, explain why
the F., M. & M. Insurance Company
of Hamilton, transferred their Com
pany to my Agency. Then if neces
sary, I will produce other corres
posdence ia vindication of myself :
LE ROY, O., June 26, 1873.
Messrs. Beaty & Bostick, Eaton, O.
Gentlemen Your favor of the 23d
is received. We have seen nothing
ungentlemauly or unfair in you
statements, and do not think 3ou
have been actuated by any feeling
of spite or revenge. We have not
felt satisfied with the amount of bu
siness done by our Agent this year
m irreble county, and he under
stands that unless satisfaction is giv
en in this respect, a change will be
made in the Agency. This leaves
the matter indefinite; yet it is all we
can say or do at present bhoukl
Mr. H. givo satisfaction we cannot
make a change. We cannot,
course, expect you to refuse the A
gency of another company when we
can give you no promise regarding
ours, but should a change be made
in the Agency, it will be offered to
Very truly yours,
A. H. HAWLEY, Sec'y.
STILL FALLING TO PIECES
STILL FALLING TO PIECES MORE CANDIDATES WANTED HERE
Last week I. E. Craig declined the
nomination for Senator, tendered
him by tho Radical Convention, and
now comes the news that Dg. axur
"throws up tho sponge" and refuses
to stick as their candidate for Rep
resentative! The Central Commit
tees are now (Tuesday) in session to
induce some one to accept these
"forlorn hopes." What is the mat
ter? Republicanism is certainly in
bad repute in this quarter.
The New York Graphic begins to
catch a glimpse of the "true inward
ness" contained in the ''No Popery'
cry set up by the Republican mana
gers in Ohio. It says:
"Ihe .Republicans in Ohio are
giving increased prominence to the
religious question in their speeches
and papers. The question is an lm
portant one, but cannot be compared
for a moment in urgency to the finan
cial issue the Democrats have raised
1 he partial change of front is not
quite cheering'. - It cannot mean that
the inflationists are getting the best
of the argument, but are they making
most headway with the people T
Last week the Organ did make out
to publish the thing which the Clique
has dubbed a ticket. The reason
that it was not published the week
before was because of the receipt
a dispatch from the East ordering
the withholding of the ticket nntil
further orders. Eaton Register.
All of which is a lie.
Take the Democrat.
COME TO THE
"HOW DO THE HEATHEN RAGE."
The adoption of the Democratic
platform in Ohio was the signal for
a prolonged howl of "repudiation,"
'lunation, "rag money and "con
federate currency" by the subsidi
zed bank and monopoly organs of
the country, and all the slang and
billingsgate' known to the vocabu
lary of the pot-house order of poli
ticians and economists has been hur
led without stint at the few promi
nent and consistent and peristent ad
vocates of a greenback currency.
There is no limit to their rage, no
measure for their wrath. They
seem to have abandoned themselves
to the wildest frenzy, and in extrav
agant misrepresentation and wilful
and malicious lying, exceed all de
cent bounds of honorable journalism
and fair public discussion seem to
ignore every claim of common decen
cy. The Cincinnati Commercial is
particularly vehement in its idiocy,
and it paid by its employers in pro
portion to the amount of dirt it flings,
Mr. lialstead is certainly gettin
Now all this is the purest gascon
ade and bnnccmb. If these ' daily
papers think that the masses of the
people can be gulled and scared by
any such bravado they very much
underrate the intelligence and vir
tue of their readers. If Ithey think
that all or any part of their extrav
agant statements and vicious lying
will be mistaken by any consider
able number of people for argument,
they are presuming a little too far
upon the credulity of the public,
I hey had better save their energies
ana prepare themselves for a con
test on the real merits ot the issues
presented; for upon the merits of
the greenback and inconvertible
bond system, viewed in the light of
history, fact and common sense, the
people propose to decide. Tin.- peo
ple will not be deterred by any dem
agogues trick, nor the lalse and
slanderous stigma of "repudiation"
and "rag money," nor by personal
detraction of Hon. Geo. H. Pendle
ton, Judge Kelley, or any other
prominent advocate of the greenback
system. If the greenback and incon
vertible-bond system is wrong, de
fective, unjust and delusive, in Heav
en's name don't you show it up? If
what is claimed for it is not true,
why don't you get down to a little
cold argument on the question, and
show the people its fallacy? If
national bank note is better than
greeuback, prove it. If a gold bond.
drawing six per cent interest in gold
in the hands of a foreign enemv, is
better for the people of this country
than a S.ba bond in the hands of our
own people, show your proof of the
fact. If ten per cent, interest will
foster the productive energies of this
nation and allow to labor its just re
ward, in God's name tell the people
how it does it, for they can't as yet
see it If it is better and more
healthyfor the commerce of the coun
try to effect exchanges with bank
promises and individual I O U's
than with national legal-tender mon
ey, pray explain it, so that people of
good sense and honest impulses can
. But nof that is not their pro
gramme. Their sj-stem of organi
zed public robbery, will not endure
the test of honest, critical examina
tion. It is wholly indefensible with
the weapons of logic, hence they re
sort to throwing dirt, making faces
and calling ugly names. Let the
heathen rage ! The people will .do
no unrighteousness if they only read,
think and act for themselves.
A DYING PARTY.
Notwithstanding the desperate ef
forts of Republican leaders to gal
vanize new life into the administra
tion party, the evidences that it is
gradually passing into the things
that were, are too plain to be mistaken.
The elections of last year showed
that it had lost the confidence of the
country and the Philadelphia Times
Everything since then has simply
helped them down the hill. We have
had revelations of fraud and conspi
racy in the Post Office Department,
fraud and conspiracy in the Interior
Department, fraud and conspiracy in
the Treasury Department, fraud and
conspiracy in everyoffice where there
was a chance to steal and the oppor
tunity to bribe. Investigations have
fairly trod on each other's heels, and
while a few have had a just ending,
the many have been silently ignor
ed. That the President aud his Cabi
net decline to recognize the precari
ous position which the party occu
pies, and hold obstinately to the be
lief that the administration has still
a majority following, may bo the re
sult of ignorance or indifference; but
what they refuse to see, thousands
of Republicans view with constantly
increasing alarm. Hopelessly divi
ded upou her questions of the cur
rency and the tariff, there is not
single live issue upon which to make
a Presidential fight, while their op
ponents have a sufficient platform in
their demands for an honest and
economical administration of the na
This tells the story. The issue
that called the Republican party in
to being is dead, and, as effect ceas
es without cause, so the party must
die when the reason of its being no
longer exists. It may, in certain lo
calitics, receive a temporary stimu
lant from the mistakes of its oppo
nents, but any isolated symptoms of
life it may show, will only be like
the flickerings of the candle in the
socket, before going out altogether.
Those wishing to make cutrie3 before
the Fair will find the Entry books nt
the Secretary's office in Eaton, at the
Council room, any time alter the 17th.,
of September. Those at a distance
wishing to make entries can do so ny
making out a list of articles and Ani
mals, and address to J. L. CHAMBERS,
Secretary, Eaton, Ohio. It is the re
quest of the Secretary that all, who can
conveniently do so, will can at tne a
bovo room and make their entries.
J. L. CHAMBERS, Sec'y.
Worth its Weight In Cold !
Undoubtedly the greatest modern dis
covery in medicine is DaCosta's Radi
cal Cure for Jiyspcpsia, Sick, llead-
ai'iir, &our stomncii, costivcness, isu
ioii9iiess, Loss of Appetite,' distress after
eating and nil dirorders caused by indi
gestion or a di ranged liver. Its results
are astonishing, and sure relief is guar
anteed in every case where it is faithful
ly used, it tones up me stouiaeti, reg
ulate the liver, restores the natural ap
petite, strengtl ens the delicate and ex
pel a nil morbid humors from the sys
tem. Typho d and Bilious lever might
n almost every case be prevented by its
timely use. A very few doses will re
lieve, and a little perseverance cure
you. Sold by Micbael & Sox.
August 2b, lSia-lm
Ed. Democrat PU-ase announce the
name of W. P. Dnggins as an Independ
ent candidate for County Treasurer,
subject to the derision of the voters at
the October t lection, and oblige
THE UcKAlArnS. .
Editor or Dimocbat Yon will please
announce to the voters of Preble coun
ty, that John R. Beaty will be an Inde
pendent candidate for the office of
County Treasurer, at the next October
election, and oblige Many Votbrs,
Editor Democrat Please announce
my name as an Indepedeiit candidate
for re-election to the oflice of Clerk of
the Court of Preble county, subject to
cue decision oi tne voters at the polls on
ine i2tn uav oi uctoocr.
W. D. QUINN.
They are going fast, those $8.00 suits
an Jos. Woerner's.
I am determined not to be undersold
Call and secure a bargain at Jot. Woer
Call and see that I mean what ' I ad
vertise. Jos. Woorner.
Undershirts and drawers 25 cettsat
Umbrellas 50, GO and 75 cent at Jos
I cm show you the nicest assortment
of n ats in town. Jos. Wocrncr.
The Oakwor.d, Shirly and Fnncbon
Linen lined Folded edge two boxes for
25 cents at Jos Wocrners.
Undershirts and Drawers, lieaiy
goods for Winter twenty-five cents each
at Jos. Woerner's.
Whole suits for Seven dollars at Jos
Linen lined Collars two boxes for 23
cents at Jos. Woerner's.
Two boxes of Collrs for 25 cents at
Jos. Worncr's.- Sme as yon pay for
box elsewhere, twenty-five cents.
Linen lined, folded edpe Collars, two
boxes for 25 els., sold elsewhere at z
cts per box. At Jos. W oermr's.
Suspenders 15 ct., 20 cts. ami 25 cts.
o1d elsewhere from 30 cts. to 50 cts. At
White Shirts, $1,25, $1,50 aud $1.75
worth $1,75, $2,00 and $2,a0, at Jos
Hats, all the new styles, at Jos. Woer-
Mr. J. T. Jackson, formerly of tho
Phillips House, Dayton, has leased the
"Doty House," of Eaton, and has thor
oughly renovated and refitted the same
and opened it under the name of "Jack
son House." No brtter Hotel man lives
than Mr. Jackson, and we hope to sec
him succeed in hit new enterprise.
' Sept. 2, 1875-w3
I will sell, for the next 20 days, stoves
chcarter than thev have ever been
bought. I want to close out as man
as possible, in order to make room for
my Fall Stock. Call and see me.
R REYNOLDS will do your Roofin:
and Spouting cheap, aud take "rag
money" for pay.
Go to R. "REYNOLD for cheap tin
R. Reynolds sella the cheapest STO
VES in town.
PTjXDT Near Eupliom'u.outlio 0th
inst . of Rr.nn Kever. Jo in II. I Ul.-u
(on of HenrvandKlizalieth Ii:ndt,aged
2 vfi:irs4 months anil 3 ilavi1. r nne-
ral services conducted by Rev. Baugh-man.
" TIIESTATEOFOniO, TKEIILE C0..S3.
To TIIK VOTEII or Pit BDL R Co I NT Y, O.'SS;
I JOHX TOU MRK.SD. NhorllTof Prrlilr conntjr,
lrtli-nhv ntttiry llir qualified vot'r of said coun
ty to aWiiiIiI In llieir respective townships
On the 2d Tuesday in October, 1875,
bring UielSlh diT ofAld n:onth,t thftlrusnal
nlapftf holdlni; elections, or sncb pljw u thf
TowiiHhlp Trustees iii.it direct, and then and
therebetween the hoilnofo'clocfc, a. m., and
o'clock, p. tn. or said day, proceed aa the law di
rects 10 elect
One (IOVKR.VOB of the Slate.
" LIEUT EX A NT CIOVKKXOB of the State.
" SUPKKMK JUIXiE " "
Ai:HIT " ?
" ATTORN KV-GEXEItAI. "
TKKASI'liER " "
M EMBER BOAItn OF PTRLIC WORKR.
STATE SENATOR, In tile Third Benatorlal
lltstrict, composed ot the counties of Mout-
a-oinerv and Preble.
REPRESENTATIVE of Preble county.
l'ltDKATK JUUUE " "
" AUDITOR " ?
" TREASURER " . '
CI.KHK OKTHECOmT" "
PROSECUTING ATIOESEV "
' COMMISSIONER " "
The Trustees ofthe various Townships are also
notified tbat they shall on said day select of pood
judicious persons, having the quslincationsof eUc
tors, their apportionment or persona to serve
Jururs.and to return a list of the same as directed
by law. The spporllntiment as ordered by the
Court of Common Pies, or Preble county. Is
follows, to-wll: Dlionll, Gaspcrl, Oralis 11, Har
rison 13, Isrsel . Jsckson , Jefferson , Lsnler7,
Monroe a, Somers II. Twin 10, Washington 17.
An Act regulating the election ofStatesnd co-tn-ty
officers, passed Msy S, Iti&f, provides that at the
elections to be holden under that Act. the pulls
shall be opened between the hours of and 11' o'
clock In the morning, and close at A o'clock in the
afternoon of the same day.
Given under my band this Mb day of Septem
ber, A. D., JS7. JOHN TOVN8BND.
Sheriff, P. C. O.
Sept. 9, 1875-wS
MY -STGGirfS -KQ08HPEEFE . FOB
"'" - j Embracing an immense variety of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
MECS GOODS, HATS, CAPS, and
O-bill's iurnisliiug- Groods .
Please remember I agree to sell First Class Good's cheaper than any
body else. Therefore it will be to
Goods and Prices before purchasing
forget, "The proof of the pudding is
Barron St., Eaton, O. -
PELQUBET, PELTOH k
DECKER & BAKKESjISTEINWAY & MATKUSKEfS PIANOS !
Is . prepared to furnish them on
bought anywhere else, as he is buying them directly from the manufac
Eaton, March 18, 1875
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS.
Sperinl atltvtien given to the filling ot Precrid
tiouu and Private Itecipesi'
SCHOOL AND UISCELLmOUS BOOKS. .
Chromo & Picture Frames of all Styles made to order
F.&IISTS, OXZiS VARNISHES.
Painters Supplied at Wholesale Prices.
Eaton, April 22, 187a-ly
Just Hecshred, and 02? Sale,
ALL KINDS OF FINE LUMBER,
Rough and Dressed;
Timber, Joists and Scantling;
Cedar, Oak and laocust Feme Posts.
Doors, Sash. Lath and Shingles.
.Ill kinds of Finishing Lumber cut to Order. llt
kinds of Building Ltttmher cut to Order
Best T-.gkgIi,ny, . Campbll's Creel, and Cases! COAL.
Agents for the Study "baker, MiTborn, and Mitchell
Highest price paid for Walnut, Ash Lumber, and Timber.
Office and Yard Opposite the Depot, Eaton, Ohio.
Eaton, Ohio, May 6, 1875-Gm
j-onr advantage to call and examino
3 - our Fall and Viutaf supply. Don't
the eating." JOS. WOERNER,
as reasonable terms as thev can be
I. M. ANDERSON,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Harness, Saddles, Bridles,
COLLARS, WHIPS, &C.
And all goods generally found in a first
cluss Saddle and Harness establishment.
Fine Harness a Speciality.
March 4, 1875-(im
Lumber! Lumber !
To The Public.
BOEINSON CHAMBERS & CO.
KEEP for sal at LOW EST MARKET PRICKS
I'INE, POPULAR ami ASH Floaring, Drained
'Pine and PopnlsrSiclMing, DrMwrt AshPiueand
BTAIHBAI.LUHTEKS. NEWEL POSTS, tc
Are also prepared to furnish
: Factory Doors for $i,00 and $2,50.
i DOORS. WINDOW FRAMES. SAKH PANEL
and Rattan Doors snd lo SAW up, aiOULD OB
TURN LUMKEK loonier. AVe intend lo make II
to the Interest of those Deeding anything in out
line to deal with us.
HIGHEST MARKET PItTOE PAID FOR DRI
l-OI'l.Alt AND AMU I.VMI1ER.
Evitou, April l,187S.-tf
C. G-. SCHLENKER,
GOLD AND SILVER
Clocks and Jewelry!
Silver and Plated Ware !
GOLD PENS, SPECTACLES
&c, &c, &c.
Main Street. Eaton, Ohio.
Call and see the finest selection in
tW All kinds of Repairing promptly
attended to and warranted.
Eaton, April 23, 874-6m.
L. C. ABBOTT,
Attornaey al Law I tey Miff.
Office in Odd Fellows' bttOJing, south
west corner, up stairs.
EST Legal busim ss promptly attend
ed to. ' Ang.23