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Thursday,
Sept 16, 1875.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT.
Don't forget
That Gen. Cary
Will speak in Eaton
On Tuesday, the 21st inst.
Moonlight nights.
Boasting ears are scarce.
' Put on yonr heavy undergarments.
" Ten States elect Governors this
fall.
"Pull-backs" looked well after the
show Thursday.
The pea-nut trade amounted to $14
on show day.
Mcrphy set last Friday morning
for the first frost
The time for the exit of the fly is
drawing near
The Commissioners have decided
on a town clock.
Fresh oysters in the market Jeff
erson is dishing them np.
"Pull backs" were unpopular on
the day of the circus.
The corn crop is about ready to de
fy the frost
Get your overcoats out of "soak."
YouH soon need 'era.
Who was at the circus on Thursday
afternoon? That's the question.
Pic-nics and excursions are now
numbered with the things of the past
Our candidate for representative
was at the show and lost his beaver.
Notwithstanding the hard times
the wages of sin have not been reduc
ed.
Commercial travelers are again a
round, making arrangements for the
fall trade.
A great many went from here to
the pic-nic at Camden on Saturday
last
The meeting at Brower'g School
House on last Friday night was welj
attended.
The ice cream and soda water busi
ness is on the wane, owing to the cool
ncs8 of the weather. '
The farm'ers in this locality are now
encaged at their fall seeding. Corn
cutting will be next in order. .
The matrimonial market is dull,
with few takers. Can't be the weather.
It's cool enough. What's wrong?
The weather appears to have set
tled, but from the looks of our books
quite a number of delinquents. have
not
Two of the-chimneyg on the Court
Hou80 were blown down on Thursday
last and the roof considerably dam
aged.
Owing to a press of "copy," our
correspondent's letter relativo to the
great Military Pic-Ni'c at Camden
unavoidably crowded out
Somebody says that "largo cars de
note broad, comprehensive views and
modes of thought." What magnifi-
cont ideas a jackass must havo I
Tho Fair Grounds were engaged
for Moxf Morton's meeting, but the
city Hall made it look the more re
spectable.
Moxa was so disappointed at the
slimncss of the crowd that came to
Eaton to hear him, that he absolutely
refused at first to go to the Hall and
address them.
A member of the Republican Con
tral Committee confidentially re
marked last Friday morning that, he
thought the City Hall would hold the
crowd. He was right
We learn with regret tbat a disease
called the hipporliindophelgamticoc
astalagamicoriallagamuablen has bro
ken out in some parts of the south.
is contagious.
A young man who knows all about
it s'ates that his experience has taught
htm that a flirt is a fool who delights
in fooling fools, and the fool who
fooled by such a fool is the foolishest
kind of a fool.
It has come at last, and just at
time when the country is least pro
wared for it the intelligence that
hoopskirts will bo in style next year.
It will find many "drawbacks" at the
start
It is said that Harkrideb, of the
Germantown Press, with several otbv
er country boys, was in Eaton on the
day of the circus blow over, looking
in the lost "barber pools 1" We don't
believe it, though.
Nine persons took dinner with Das
Payhe, on the day of the Military
Pic-Nic in Camden, the aggregate
ases of which was 706 years. The
oldest of whom was nncle Billy Cab-
tee, he being ninety-three.
An extra train will run to Cincin
nati during tho Exposition, leaving
Eaton at 7 :59, a. m., and returning ar
rive at Eaton at 12 :40, a. m. Thus
enabling visitors to spend the eve-
ning at the Exposition.
They do say that two of our youn
ladies who were at the show
Thursday last, broke for a neibhbor-
ing house during the storm and made
the gentlemen take them home in
carriage, and now utterly deny that
they were at the show.
Bobinson didn't give as good a per
formance last Thursday evening
the crowd deserved, or as he was
to give. The people about here have
a good opinion of John Bobinson
a showman, bnt another such perform
ance will ruin his credit
If any person thinks farmers
too much pay for the products of their
. labor, let them try it work as many
"hours, live as cheaply and prudently
and their wives doing all the work
without servants. This season would
have been a good one to try the thing
on.
Our County Fair.
We hope that no one will forget the
anuual Fair of the Preble County Agri
cultural Society, which will be held at
the Fair Grounds on Tuesday, Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday, September
21st, 22nd., 23nl and 24th. It should
be well attended by all classes of per
sons, we can ail wen -allow one or two
days in the year in which to enjoy our
selves and make acquaintances. It is
rell fcr the farmer to mingle and con
verse with other farmers and men of
other business and thus learn the ways,
customs, terms, needs and improve
ments of all. It certainly would be a
relief ts the mechanic for two or three
days at least in the year to leave his
shop, and associate with men who la
bor in other channels of industry, to
take their wives and little ones and en
joy a couple of days in the open air.
And for the professional man a little
out-doors exercise and sport would on-
invigorate his mind for the hard
mental work which is.beforc him. We
would say to all, then, go to the Fair;
take your family along with you, and
good mid-day luncheon also. The
grounds of the Society are large and
they are plenty of pleasant places for
open air family dinners so go one and
all and have a good pleasant time to
gether. These Societies were formed
originally for the improvement of Agri
cultural products, stock, &o., and this
still continues to be one of their princi
pal objects ; but the people have come to
look upon fair days more as they do In
England as a time when people come
together to see each other, to form new
acquaintances, and to have a few days
of respite and recreation from the cares,
business and work of life.
Cattle and sheep husbandry seem to
ns to be of the most profitable and pleas
ant agricultural enterprises, and we do
hope that the very best stock of the
county will be on exhibition at the next
Fair. This is the veay best manner iu
which a stock-grower can advertise his
aillmals.
The Board of Managers anticipate that
the coming Fair will be one of the lar
gest and most successful which they
have held for years in which anticipa
tion we sincerely hope they will not be
isappointcd. The track is in fine order:
and unless heavy rains should fall will
be in superb condition. The show of
fast stock will probably be large. Let
us say again, everv-body go to the Fair,
and take all the articles you can for ex
hibition.
Military Parade at Camden.
It
0u Saturday, the 11th inst, the busy
notes of preparation were sounding
through our town. The military ele-
meut was astir to go to Camden and
join iu the demonstration. Itwas ex
pected immense numbers of the old
soldiers of the war of 1812 would be
there, and any number of Generals
and Colonels were assigned to the
coiuniaud of these old battered vete
rang. Colonel Williams, the editor of
the Register, was to command the
soldiers of the war of 1812, aud he
buckled on his tried and trusty sword
and rode down on the earlv train.
He and the commanders generally
come to time, but luc soldiers were
not there. Gen. Harris was to be the
orator of the day. He was sandwich
cd between Hon. I. E. Craig, who de-
ivercd the address of welcome, and
Judge Haines, who was to speak up
on the military history of the county.
The crowd were much di (appointed
at Gen. Harris effort to read what
he wished the crowd to hear. Craig
did passably well. Judge Haines
brief effort was a complete success
he , did not have to spell out his
piece from paper. ' Col. Williams got
his sword on under his coat so it was
as invisible as his command, except
when he bowed, the point of it stuck
out behind from under his coat-tails
like the supposed Darwinian append
age to early races of men. Still there
was a large crowd, and the meeting
generally was a success, socially. Pol
ideally we do not think it fully ans
wered the expectations of some who
took a lively interest in giving it the
send off.
The Show.
is
a
as
able
as
get
Last Thursday was an unfortunate
day for the show horo. When eu
route for this place, and three miles
below town, the engineer of the spe
cial train finding that be could not
pull the entire train left a portion of
It standing on the main track, intend
ing to return for it On arriving here
several cars became detached aud
started backward on the heavy down
grade, increasing in velocity every
moment, until it struck that portiou
of the train which had been left stand
ing on the track below town, telescop
ing two of the cars and injuring sev
eral of the attacliees who were in the
coaches. Notwithstanding this acci
dent, they made the "grand entry" at
noon, and commenced the afternoon
performance at two o'clock. . About
three 'o'clock a sodden hail and rain
storm came up and levelled the mena
gerie canvas to the ground, and a por
tiou of the circus tent Of course
general stampede ensued, and every
one lost their senses except Lowlow,
the clown. Hats, bonnets, parasols
and babies wero lost, but fortunately
all escaped with a few scratches and
a big scare, and all the babies were
subsequently found in Cook & Mil
ler scorn "crib. A drenchiug rain
was falling and none were provided
with umbrellas, so all struck for town,
A description of that crowd is sim
ply impossible. Imagine about five
hundred peoplo who had all fallen
into a creek while fishing on Sunday,
and were breaking for home for dry
clothes, if you can,
"Not a smile was seen, not a laugh was
nearu,
As onto their homes they hurried."
In fifteen minutes every countryman
was out of town and tho town peopl
naa cnangea garments, ana you
couldn't find a man, woman or child
who had been to the circus.
We believe with Josh Billings, that
"Nuzepapcr hacks are harder workt
and poorer fod than livery stable
hoses."
Commissioner's Proceedings.
AUDITOR'S OFFICE.
EATON, O., July 3rd, 1875.
Board met aa per AflJmimmeDl. Preseut lull
Board, I. G. I'niBh, Prw't.
Mrs. Mary petera declining 10 enwriniooona
isiinnliiHl hr IwriltarnH. on th anestion of
daniaicts to hr property the matter was dropped.
The Commitlne reported advisedly on the New
Parla Bridge, arter Tlewlng the location.
f-hrt.H.n CrenlL-.. rommtNsioner. TU al
lowed frfil for iumhi-r. lime aid alone furnlahed
tne umnen ana incneaier riwpiwj, mwuui
Id out of BnUire Fund.
A. Kikenhnry wnsnllowed .80 for tiling; furnish
ed the Gratia and Lauler Freepike, amount paid
out or Kndice r una.
JatoL Hamilton waa allowed J47.M for lumbar,
lime, stoue. fcc, furnished the Brenncrvllle and
... ' .
the Incorporated Villnire of Winchester, A.O.
On certincate of w. w. ai. jjoonwaner, mmw 01
service as Marshal of said town atuountiug to
$11,30. paid out of County Fund.
Pruc-h waa allowed coats in two uue caaea lor
ieo. . niinyon was appomieu riwinKuini
nniasioner on the Katou and Lewleburg Kreepike.
J. L. Marshall woa annotated Commissioner on
the Junction freepike, vice Samuel llamlltou de
ceased. Jacoh ;anzuer was allowed Bji.ni for atone, line
and lumber furnished the Keel Freepike, amount
paid out of Bridire Fund.
ii. !j. ereicniting, coniracinron masonry ior
Bridge naniber i, Katnn and Somerville rosd Im
provement, was allowed $-tuo,uo oa engineers esti
mate, paid from Bridge Fund.
liennis Jwellen was allowed 979,30 ror nervices
1 Janitor from March 1st. to Mav 19. amount paid
oulolCounty Fuud.
JULY 10th, 1875.
Board met at the on -n Bridge or Culvert near
the residence of P. A. Pierce, on the 6th day of
of said bridge, one of which was declared unsafe.
u!y ror the purpose or inspecting tne anutmenta
Part es acre notified to submit bids on or before
the loth lust., for the renairina of tilts bridire and
also one at the Valley. House, bolh of which are
on the Ealon and Somerville Road Improvement.
alonersofthe Dlllnian Freepike to aid In the con
a aonation 01 9K.t.mi was made to tne commis-
struction 01 s smalt Dr nice on sam mae. 10 rje tin a
when the bridire i, cnmnleled. In a ajittilv aub-
awniiai manner.
1. . Freeman wan allowed tss.fm for drawing of
ficial bonds, paid out of Conntv Fund.
O. W. Churchill was allowed 10,00 for furnish
ing Book case for Audltor'a Office, amount paid
out of County F'nnd.
w. K. Ailricht& Co. were allowed 9W.no for
nriutingand advertising, amount nald out of
WUIHV II1IIU.
i. w. M. BooKwalter wns allowed 95.10 coste In
the case of the State vs. S. Bennett, clmrged with
shooting with Intent to kill: tile nroseoiiting wit
ness being indigent the costs were nald hv the
of their intention to locate and construct a bridge
across Ban la's creek on the Ha tan and Lewlsbarg
freepike.
Insurance was taken upon the Conrt
1 oe coara oirectea mat nuonc ant re ne a-tven
chants and Manufacturers' Insurance Comnauies.
House asm ows. OT00.no In the Farmers' Mer
ano -mw.w m tne enterprise insurance companies
OI I'lllVlllllHll.
The contract was awarded to David fiverhmser
for the renairlnir of the Culverts on the Eaton and
Somerville Road Improvement al the following
Dnees. 10-wti:
Culvert near F. A. Pierce's, Dry Excavation, S
s-vji 1 10 ar 1 11 if 1 v j a 1 u.
Masonry with nrlTileee of nalur old stona at iS.96
wet excavation as rent ncr cnr.it vnni.
r 111 cents per cnmi yarn.
ravinjr 42.10 per perch.
Valley Honte Excavation, name as above:
Hasonry $3.75 pee perch for New Stone.
1.50 " " Old "
Pavinir, 2.10 ''
rilling, 30 cents per enmt yard.
Replacing superstructure, fXOQ.
July 17th, 1875.
In the matter oft locating the Bt idee orer Bantu's
Creek there beintr no objections filed the same was
declared established as per survey.
w m. wan waaappoiniea commissioner on tne
Florence ana i ampoeusiown rreen ne.
Asbury Decker waa appointed Commissioner on
the Oasner and Sort) ers Fretnike.
John Button was anno n ted Commissioner on the
uasper lowosuip rreepiite.
Aug. 7th., 1875.
J. M. Ken wort hr anil ( . K. Slmonson vera an-
noi tiled Commissioners on the Camden and .Sugar
Valley Freepike vice Miles Dixon aud Sidney
Hewett. resigned.
A. M. Trnax was allowed ?17.33 for Inmber furn
ished the Camden and Sujrar Valley Freepike. a-
mouDi paiu out ui unuge uinu.
Aug 21st., 1875.
The contract for the sunerstrnrttireof the Brldtra
across Paint Creek, below Camden was awarded
to tbe Canton Wroueut iron Hrldee (Jomranr. at
911.3V per iuoi
Aug. 28th 1875.
H. C. Frelchtllne. received an order for 2i 61 be-
Inr hftlnnce for muoiirr on hrlriire namhorl. En.
ton A Somerville road fmprovemeut, paid out of
Driuge iudq.
under an act prepared Aiarcn list.. iK7. tne
Commissioners authorized the Sheriff to hire out
persons under sentence or the Court to wnrlc out
the amonut of fines assessed aeainst them
M. Ryan, marshal of Eaton, was allowed $25,28
as costs In two Stnte cases, viz; Slate vs Jamea
Marshall, and State riW. Ctirlssmau; paid out of
county fund.
A donation not exdcedtnz $30.00 was mado to the
commissioners or me miqii a caroiton rT-epiK.e
tor inepiirooseorhutimiiK cniverison saia Dice.
Kobinson A Chambers were allowed $53.10 for
lumber furnished to the Janitor for nse on build
ings belonging to the county, paid out of the build
lnc tund.
Brann:in dr Trunk were aiiowen f3.f0 lor labor
ot Court Hon Be fence, paid out of county fund.
J V Irtnn Pniinlr Siirvpvnr wim hMupjmI i(T !A
tor services as enirmeer. nam out county rumi.
r . vv . w uKesiae, i reasu er, was siiowea u.ni,
beintr the amount paid by him to the different dep
uty Tax collectors.
On oet it Ion the office of Freenlkc Commissioner.
held by Jottah Baker was declared vacated; he
not navimriue quaiincaitons required ny law.
D. Lewellen. lanitor. was allowed ST.4i.2S for la
bor Iu fc about Court House yard, paid out coun
ty mnu.
furnished tlie Dixon Freepike.
H. C. Freichtlion was allowed $7.25, the name
ituev ABiicmer were anowea sz.fo ior stone
oeinr ior extra worn on onnze numur x. HAion
& Somerrtlle road improvement.
D. Orerholser was allowed $3.17 for tbe labor
on Culvert near the Valley H'ue. on the Katon
ft Somerville road Improvement.
i ue contract ior Dimuinir a mum en is tor me
ratnt ureeK Hruice waa awarded Ji. j. creltch
tllm;atthe following prices, to-wit:
Masonry tyi.z.. per percn.
Iry excavation 20 cents per cubit yard.
Wet ....
D. G. PRUGH, Prest.
W. G. BARNHISER, Auditor.
Legal Notice.
a
XDREW KING, of Rice connty,
il. State of Minnesota; William C,
King, or Granny county, State of Mis
souri; Barnabas L. King,, of Cass enti
ty, State of Indiana; Thomas J.King,
David Kmc, Adam Cnlcr ami Martha
Jane Crisler (his wife), John II. Coov-
ert and Khoda Jane Coovcrt (his wife),
and Elizabeth Kinr, (widow of John
King, deceased, late of the county of
Darke, State of Ohio), nil of whom re
side in the county of Preble, State of
Uhio; Phillip Mtindncnk and Alary
Ann Mundhenk (his wife), of the coun
ty of Darke. Sta'e of Ohio; John Hen
derson and Elizabeth A. Henderson (his
wife), of Randolph county, Stateof Ind
iana: John R. Kinc, of Carson City.
Nevada: and Samuel Lewis Kin", of
Quebec, Canada, will take notice that a
petition was hied against them on the
fourth day of September, A. D., 1875
in the Court of Common Pleas, within
and for county of Darke, and Stateof
Ohio, by James King, of the county of
f raiiKim, state 01 uiiio, ami is now
pending, wherein the said James Kins:
demands partition of the following real
estate, situate in the county of Preble.
and State of Ohio, bounded and describ
ed as follows, to-wit: Being the east
half of the north-cast quarter of Section
live (5), Township nine (9), Range two
(2), east, excepting thirty-one aud fif
teen hundredths (31 15:100) - acres, be
ginning on the north line of said half
quarter in the center of the county road
eleven (11) chains and thirty (30) links
east or the north west corner of said
half quarter; thence west to said north
west corner: thence south with the
open line thirty-one chains and thirty-
seven links (31 37) to a stake; thence
east at light angles eight (8) chains and
fifty-seven (57) links to the center of
said county road; thence no th on a
direct line to the place of beginiung
ami 1 tinner excepting ttveauu ntty-nve
hundredths (5 55:100) acres oft' of said
north-east quarter, beginning at the
south-west corner ot said ball ouarter
thence north on the west.line thereof
thirty-one and twenty-six hundredth
(31 26:100) poles to a stake; thence east
at right angles with the above line thirty-four
and twenty-eight hundredth
(34 28 :100) poles to the center of the Co,
road; thence south-west in a direct lino
with said county road to the couth line
of the quarter ; thence west with the
quarter section line tweufy-two and
torty-iour nunureuuis tza 44:1UU) poles
to the place of beginning, and be
ing the south-west corner of said quar
ter section; containing torty-three and
thirty hundredth (43 30:100) acres as
conveyed Dy iUary J. Cooper to Joh
King, December 2oth, A. I)., 1SG3, an
recorded January 10th, 1864, in book
53, page 340, of Deed Record, Preble
county. Ohio; and the iollowing de-
scrioeu rrai estate, situate 111 the conn
tyof Darke, and State of Ohio, to-wit
The south quarter or Section nun ber
thirty-one (31), 111 Township ten (10)
itange iwo a), cast, in the district
lands subject to sale at Cincinnati
Ohio, a fractional quarter containin
eighty-eight and forty hundredths (88
4U:luui acres, according to the official
plat of the survey of the said lands, re
turned to the GeDeral Land Office
the Surveyor General, which said tract
purcnaseu Dy one Judson Jaqua, April
the 4th, A. D. 1S33. and by him con
veyed to John King, deceased, Oct. the
3rd., A. D., 1S42 And at the next term
of said Court the said James King will
apply for an order that partition
made of said premises.
Dated this 4th day of September,
u.t 1010.
JAMES KING,
W. T. Wallace, Att'y.
Sept. 10, 1875-wC prf $27,00
Farm Fcr Sale!
rrWE iiiiilersigiieJ ill ofl'er at private
X' sale
11-4 Acres of Well Im
proved Land,
ten acres of which is well timbered, sit
uate In Twin Township, about one mile
and a quarter north-vast of Lexington,
on the free tun. pike, known as
part of the estate of Fayette Wvsong.
The improvements are a two-story brick,
an summer kitchen aim wood House
attached. I02 barn, corn cribs, a good
ell of water, ami two nrstrate orch
ards. The above land w ill be sold on
reasonable terms. For for further in
formation, &c, applv to either of the
subscribers. TEU?Y WYSOXG,
VALENTINE 1LEK,
Eaton.July 8, 1875-lin
Notice to Merchants.
NOTICE is hereby given that no one
shall sell any member of my fam-
ly goods of any kind, on my creuii, as
I shall not stand responsible.
WILLIAM U. UHllt.lxtlt.
Sept. 2, !S75-w4
Executor's Notice.
fTHE undersigned has been duly ap-
X pointed Executor of the lust will
and testament of Christian bmitli, late
of Eaton, Preble county, Ohio, deceas
ed. JON ATHAN SWllZEli.
Campbell & Gil mote, Att'ys.
Sept. 2, 1S75-W 3
Attachment Notice.
D. & J. Wcrts, 'plaintiff, vs. M. F.
Gerard, defendant. Before Samuel Mc-
utt, J. r., or Harrison township, rre-
ble county. Ohio.
On tho 17th day of An2i:st, A. D.,
1875, said Justice issued an order of at-
iichmput in the above action for tne
sum of .twelve Dollars and 1 wentv-six
Cents. ' D. & J. WERT'S.
Sept. 9, 1S75-W3
Attachment Notice.
David Werts, plaintiff, vs. M. F. Ger
ard, defendant. B fore Samuel lie-
Nutt, J. P., of Harrison township, Pre
ble county. Chio.
Uu the 17tli uay 01 August, A v.,
1875, said Justice issued an order of at
tachment in the above aetirn, for the
sum ot Thirty-three Dollars find Ninety-five
Cents. DAVID WERTS.
Sept. , 1S75-W2
Attachment Notice. NOTICE.
MAVIXG sold out my Dry Goods
business to John T. Derm, I wish
to notify nil that have accounts on book
to call and make settlement. The books
vi ill be found at the store of J. T. Deem
By calling at once you will greatly ob
lige F. M. DEEM.
Eaton, Sept. 9, 1875-w4
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Sheriff's Sale.
Case No. 3GG4.J
j
.,) Ordci
I Sale
c. ) Mortg
A.T. Young, Adm'r. &c,
ilcr of
vs.
on
Joseph McDonald & wife
ga""e.
Y virtue of a second plurius order
of Bale Issued from the Court of
Common Pli as of Preble county, Ohio,
111 me above stated case, anil to the
Sheriff ol said county directed, I will
offer for sale at public auction, at the
door of the Court House, iu Eaton,
Oa Saturday, Oct. 2, 1875,
between the hours of 1 aud 4 o'clock, p.
in., the followiiig premises, situate in
Pieble county, Ohio, aud described as
as follows, to: wit :
Being 40 acres, strict measure, out of
the west half of the south-west quarter
of Section number 5, Township 6, Range
2, east. It being the east half of said
quarter and out of the south end of the
6ame.
Also, the east half of the said south
west quarter section, except however
that portion of said east half quarter
that is situate on the east side of Paint
creek, being about touracres of ground.
Appraised at $35 per aero.
TERMS One-third of the purchase
nioney cash in hand, one-third in nine
months and the residue in eighteen
month from the day of sale, deferred
payments to be secured by mortgage on
the premises, and to bear 6 per ceut.
Interest from dav of sale.
JOHN TOWNSEND, Sheriff.
Foos & Fishkr, Att'ys.
Sept. 2, 1875-tdi prf $7,80
Sheriff's Sale
Case No. 3G21.
James B. Welsh, J
r- vs. i Order of Sale on
Win. A. Swihartand Attach men t.
John S. Peters. J
B1
Y virtue of an order of sale issued
from the Court of Common Fleas.
of Preble county, Ohio, in the above
stated case, and to the Sheriff of said
county directed, I will offer for sale at
public auction, at the door of the Court
House, in Katou,
On Saturday, Sept 25, 1875,
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, p.
m., the following property: The South
east fractional quarter of Section num
ber 20, Township 7, Kange 2, east, and
situate in Gasper township, Pieble Co.,
Ohio, containing 130 acres of land.
The property or interest of John S.
Peters therein, which interest is the re
mainder of said premises to the said
John S. Peters, after the death of his
mother, iUiznneth Peters. Appraised
at $1,000. Terms cash.
JOHN TOWNSEND, Sheriff.
Foos & Fisher, Att'ys.
Aug. 20, 1875-tds prf. $5.80
be
COME!
AMD
CHEAP
WHEW YOU OOlWIl TO THS FAIR.
Having sold my Store
close out my stock of
rJOW IS THE
TICKING,
DRY
Iiii'l. no Fill,
CARPET WARP,
BO
HATS AMB CAPS,
In fact everytMng kept in a Country Store.
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is fall, to bo sold without reference to cost.
111 YDS.
at less than the cost of importation.
COME WITH "FOUIS CASH
For such bargains will never be offered
you again.
Eaton, Sept. 16, 1S75.
Iff.
I
SEE. Tiff 2
Room I
am determined to
TIME TO GET
STMIPES.
n
F. STEPHENS.
If V
GOODS
9
1TTU
A ,rA . .A.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION
Relative to an amendment of Article
Four of the Constitution relating to
the Judiciary.
RKHOLVED, BV TIIE GENERAL ASSEM
BLY OK THE STATE Ob' OHIO, (thrce-fiaiis of
th members eW'Cteil to eueh House uicret'injt
thereto,) that it be kiii! In hereby proimseU to the
electors of tliis Ht.it a to vote, at the next nmiual
Oi!to!er election, iimu llie approval or rej ctioii of
tiie follow in? amendment, uu additional sH.tlin of
Article fourot tle Constitution ofthe Uiutu ul
Ohio, to-wit:
SfctiouSi. A commlKiloii. which ah all consist
of live members, shall be appointed by the Cior
eruor, with the ,-uivlee anil onsent of ibe senate,
the members of which filial! hold office for the
term of three years from mid after the first day of
February, !i.ii,todiposeof uticli part ofthe busi
ness then on the docket ofthe supreme Court as
4liall,by arrangement between said commission
and satd court, be transferred to such commission;
and sxlrt commission nhail have like Jurisdiction
and power in respect to such business as are or
.ay be rested In said court; and the members of
said cununi-tslon shall receive a like compensation
for the tinte being, with the jiidges of said cou t
A majority of the members of said commission
shall be necessary to form a quorum or pronounce
n decision, and iti decision shall be certified, en
tered and enforced ns the Judgments ofthe Su
preme Court, and at the expiration of the term of
ax hi commission, all business undisposed of, shall
by it be certified to the Supreme Court and dispos
ed of as tf said commission had never existed. Tlie
clei k and reporter of said court shall be the clerk
and reporter of said commission, and tlie commis
sion shall have such other attendants, not exceed
ing Iu number those provided by law for said
court, which attendants satd commission may an
Ikilnt and remove at its pleasure. Anv vacancy
occiirrfmr In said commission sit II h3 rilled by ap
point men I of the Governor, with the advice and
consent o( the Senate. If the Senate be In session,
and if the Senate be not in session, by tbe Gov
ernor, but in sueli last case, such appointment
shall empire at the cm! of the next session ofthe
nersi AsseiT.iny. rne neni-rai Assemuiy may.
application or the supreme Court, ntlly entered
the Journul of the court and certified, provide
by law. whenever two-thirds ot such Teach House
shall concur therein, from time to time, for the ap
pointment in n tie manner 01 a nice commission
with IlKe powers, jurisdiction and d titles; provi
ded, that the term of any such commission shall
not exceed two vears, nor shall It be creeled oftep-
:r i ii tii unre in ten vears. 11 mis anienument
hall be adopted bv a majority ofthe electors of
: iaie ot mnu. voting m me next vircuon 1101a
for the election of Senators and Representa
tives. It shall become section twentv-two of the
fourth. Article ofthe Constitution of the HLaWof
Ohio.
At men election tne voters fleslrfnir to votefn
favor of the adoption of this amendment, shall
piace upuu meir uniiois uie wurua,
FOR THE COMMISSION;"
The voters who do not favor the adoption of sneh
amendment, shall place upon their oallou the
jvoras.
MILTON McCOY
Speaker pro tem. of the House of Representatives.
ALPHONSO HART.
President of the Senate.
Adopted March 30, 1875.
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION
Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution
the State of Ohio.
RESOr.VKn.BY THE OEXERAL ASSEMBLY
OF TH K STATE OK OHIO. That an amendment
the Cousututton 01 the state of Ohio be unloos
ed iu the following words, to-wit: Notwlthsaind-
ir the provisions ofthe second section ot this Ar
ticle, the General Assembly shall have power to
provide by law, lor the assessment of a special tax
on dogs without regard to value, and to provide
ior nit: cuunitcm nn ana Kiiiiniroi aticn animais
upon failure or refusal of the owner, keeper or bar
borer thereof, to pay such special tax. If this
amendment to the Constitution ofthe Slat of
Ohio shall be adopted by a majority ofthe electors
ofthe State ot'Ohlo. votlneat the next election
holden for the election of Senators and Represen-
luiivtM. niiMii uraoiue iwenuu n ven 01 iiie iweinu
Article or me (Jonstituuon or tne siate nro h n. At
such election the voters deslrlne to vote In favor of
sain amendment, snail nave written or printed on
their ballots the words. "FOR AMENDM KM
TAXING DOGS;" those desirinztn vote against
the amendment the words, "AtrAIST AMNJ
GEO. L. CONVERSE,
Speaker the House of Representatives
ALPHONSO HART,
ALPHONSO HART, President of the Senate.
Adopted March 29, 1875.
Adopted March 29, 1875. April 8, 1875-6m
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R.
RAILWAY LINE.
Fusenger Trains will ran oa this Road. lttTing
ute mtcmi otauona aa nuiowii
GOING NORTH.
No. 14 No. tfi No. 4
Accuni. Cliicago Ex C.fcFt W.
Cinrlntiatl.. m w.. 700 p ni 7 3u a m
IijimiltOD 4 (Kt p. in. 8 05 p m I3i im
.Somerville-.-. 6 00 p m 8 36 p ni I OH a m
Uamdfii. 6 20 p m 8 48 p in II 17 l m
Eiiton 5 58 p m f 10 p u 14S im
Klorence.., S 41 p m 9 29 p ni 10 01 m
Richmond.... 7 40 p m 9 &5 p m 10 i5 i m
GOING SOUTH.
No. 17 No. No. 21
ChtcaRo Ex C. fc Ft. W. Accom.
Tt1chmond.. & 35 im6 20pm730am
Florence. SM m m 41 p m 8 IS i m
Katun 6 ll a ni 6 55 p ni 8 M s m
Cum d? n liO a m 71i p m 9 18 am
Somerville 43 a m 7ii p m 10 10 am
Hamilton... 7 18 a m 8 OS p m 11 80 p m
Cinclonatl 820 a n.900 p im llji pm
J,. WILLIAMS, Gen'ISnpt.
to
C. C. NUSOXv
STOVES & TIN WARE!
CAMDEN, OHIO.
T7"EEFS constantly on baud a full
IV stock of all kinds of Stoves. Tin
ami sheet-iron Ware.
ALSO
Hoofing, Guttering and. Spouting
promptly attended to on call, together
wiin repairing, cheap.
V. V. X ELSOJ ,
tSStore in Gard's corner, on Main
street, opposite tlie Daiiscr House.
June 10, 18a-ly
f II BOOT & SHOEft
STORE.
F, MICHAEL.
Barron Street, Eaton, Ohio
TT'EEPS constantly on hand a large
XV stock of first-class
BOOTS AND SHOES,
which he will sell at reasonable prices
for cash. He will do all kinds of Re
Dairin&r promptly, and on the most
liberal terms. Give him a call.
F. MICHAEL.
Christ. Brown's old stand. Barron
St., K-.ton, U.
Eaton, Fet. 4, 1875-tf
$20 000 WORTH OF
Ready-Made .Clothing!
FOE
MEN. YOUTH AND BOYS.
NOW ON HAND AT THE
CLOTHING HOUSE
OF .
M. STURM !
And offered at prices that will mit all
purchasers.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Trunks, Hats, Caps, &c,
The Largest Stock Ever in Eaton
And
till be sold down to the lowest
figures.
THE GOODS MUST Bt SOLD
And tho only way to do it these hard
t;mes is to make them
CUEJtr EJYOVGU
for everyone to buy. Now is your
time.
CALL AND SEE
My stock before purchasing elsewhere
Of nosite Jail. Stephens' Block, Ea
ton, Ohio. M.STURM.
E aton, July 1, lS75-ly
!
1
First flational Bank
OF EATON.
Cash Capital: $100,000
Bank of Discount & Deposi.
HAVIXO removed to and occupied
our old room in the Odd Fellows'
Building, which has bei 11 greatly en
larged and thoroughly n furuUlicd with
a view to accommodating our business
wants more thoroughly. AVe do
A General Bankiny Iluiincsn,
n nil its various forms : Receive Depos
its for either loso or shout time, and
allow intkkest on T.ME De osits a?
per special agreement with parties mak
ing the same.
C. F. BROOKE, Cashier.
June 11, 1874-tf
f BLE COUHTY Mi
IT. C. Uiestand,
Jolin P. Acton,
Wm.B.Tizzard
Foos. .
Andrew Uiestand,
Jacob H
H. C. HiESTAMD & CO.
Bank cf Discount & Deposit
Government and County
Bonds, Coin and Exchange-
MONEY TO LOAN
ON LIBERAL TERMS.
INTEKKST PAID OIT TIME DEPOSITS.
Eaton, Feb. 4, 1875-ly
CAN be seen at our .office as below
specified, where will alwavs be
found a full stock ; also, a good supply
of
Silk Thread, Cotton and
Needles.
Every person wishins to buy a first-
class SEWIXG MACHINE should not
fail to call and examine our stock aud
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
we claim tor tnis macnine
CREATER DURABILITY,
.1 Jtlorc Elastic Stitch.
and better adapted for all kinds of work
than any other machine now in the
market; and will guarantee entire sat
isfaction.
ZT Sold on easy terms, in monthly
payments, it uesireu.
THE HOWE MACHINE CO.
DANIEL WIKEL, Jr.,
Supervising Agent.
Eaton, Preble Co., O.
Eaton, March 11, 1875
Ul fiUSDAL & CO.,
Have rccctvea iroui new xots.
A Large and Splendid Stock
OF
DRY GOOD
NOTIONS,
CARPETS OF ALL
Oil Clothes,
Lace Curtains,
Wool and Cotton Yarns,
Window Shades.and Fixtures,
Glottis, Gassimeres,
Cottonades, Umbrellas &
Parasols, Hats, Shoes,
Looking Classes,
KNIVES & FORKS
And a great variety of other Goods.
Our old customers and the public gen
erally are respectfully invited to call
and examine our goous.
Wool, Butter, Eggs, Feathers, Bags,
Are taken in Exchange for Goods.
Oct. 8. 1874. 40-tf
Dr. A. A. CHURCHILL,
Siirgreon Dentist,
EATON, OHIO.
FT
AVING permanently located
Dental Otflce in this pla-ce, is now
DreDared to do all kinds of first-class
work on short notice. All work war
ranted to eive satisfaction.
Ofllce on Barron St., over Rossnian &
Hambidge's bakery.
Eaton, Juno 24, 1875-tf
O I OA. If .s.
jl i
AND
FINE-CUT CHEWING
TOBAOUO'fe.
Main Street, Eaton, Ohio.
January 15, '74 ly.
HOODIE REMOLD!
THE ONLY STOVE MADE
With Sliding Oven Doors.
Patented Feb. 2, 1869, mid Sept. 2, 1869.
DEALER IX
STOVES,
k Sheet-Iron Ware
Galvanized lVork of all
Kituls,
SUCH AS-
Window Caps,
Cornices,
Brackets,
Balustrades
Crestlngs, &c, &c.
tyRcpairing promptly and neatly
executcu.fcj
Old Rush S Iron Taken
in Exchange.
Shop on Barron Street, opposite
Court House.
Eaton, May 27, lS75-ly
THE EVER POPULAR
HOWE SEWING UE
the
A LARGE ARRIVAL
SPRlfiGfi SIMMER
WM, II. WILSON'S,
DIRECT FKOX
Philadelphia and New York-
IIAVE NOW, THE
LARGEST STOCK!
-op-
ate, Caps Boots. Shoes, and "
er brought to this market, which have
all been bought for CASH, at the
Lowest Market Price,
aud i ill be sold at a very small profit
Cash Buyors. X have a full
me ot"
DRESS
of tho very latest designs and patterns.
Iso, a full line or
DOMESTIC GOODS.
SUCH AS
KACHED 4 BROWN SHIHTlNTiS SHOWS
MUSLIN'S OK vaKinvs ;UAit:s, to-
SIIEKTIXfiS, PILLOW CASE
MUSLIN. CHKCKS.
STRIPES. TlCKlNtiS, tilJTO
TTiVS I'M l-'.VTOTS. TAKI.K IHAPER.
RASH ES, COI'It) N ADES, DKNIH3.
Every Thing in the Domestic Line;
A LAKGE STOCK OF
BLACK ALPACAS, HRILHAXTINKS. PASH-
MEKI'A I'Uri.ls, WIlKUiJNa,
PLAIDS. TABLE LISKNS,
DF.LAINFS, TAWE
COVEItH, HUCK
TOWELS.
TtAJIBVHd KDn
INt;s. AND INMERT
INOS. RIHHONM. PARASOLS,
SUV SHADES, FANS, UMBRELLAS, AND
U OS I HSR Y..
of ail Grades aDd Sizes.
Tweeds, Jeans, Cashmeretts, Cassia-
meres, liombazlnes, iilankets, iiea
. Spreads, Window Holland,
Lace Curtains. Also,
i- LARGE STOCK OF
DarpetsS. Floor Oil-Cloths,
RUGS, and every thing you can call for
n the .Notion uue. Also, a large stock
of
BOOTS AND SHOES,'
hu ll will be sold at bottom prices.
tST The highest market price paid
in cash or trade for WOOL.
Do not forget the place :
Opposite the Court House
W. il. WJ.L.SUJN.
Eaton, April 8, 1875.
EW DRUG STORE !
HEunJersigned would respectfully
. inform the citizens of Camden and'
vicinity, that he has opened a
NEW DRTJG STORE
n Camden, On Main Street.'
He offers to the public a coirplete as
sortment or
DRUOS, CHEMICALS.
TAINTS. oir-s,
VARNISHES, GLASS.
rCTTY, BRUSHES.
. LAMPS A FIXTURES,
Choice Cigar A' Tobacco
Pure-Wioes and Liquors,
for medical purposes, and all tho Pat
ent Medicines of the day.
Presi riptions carefully compounded
at all hours, day or night.
Particular attention given to fill
ing Family ItcccipLs.J
Also, have on hand a choice line of
fataply auu taucy
Family Groceries !
All of which will he eold at LOW
PKICES. IIo would respectfully so- "
licit a share of public patronage.
JOHN r. WOODSIUE. .
XT H Pnrtidd rlavc1 rnno ftf ntirnli oi '-
PIANOS and ORGANS will do well by?
calling on me before purchasing. Ex
tra inducements ottered. J. P. W.
Camden, June 10, 1875-ly
.thiparkercoh:
stm stamp roRcmcuiAa.
PARKER BROS
5 WEST MERIDEN.CT.A
JOHN LANDER!
VIIOLESALE
RETAIL DEALER
Provisions,
Ac, &f., Ac.
COMMERCIAL BLOCK, '
EATON", OHIO.
BIHs:hftst price in ensb or tratte. paid for si
kinds of .
CoTiiitiv Hroauce.
K.lfon, Nov. 21, 1X71.
E. E. DAERAGH,
AND DEALER IV
Mstalic, Walnut, Imita
tion Rosa Wood Coffins
and Caskets.
constantly on hand.
UNDERTAKING-
u all styles, attended to on short no
tice, at lower prices than tlie same work
can be had anywhere else.
Bodies Kept any Length
of Time,
without change of color or decay.
No Extra Charge for Long Drives.
FURNITURE
of all kinds at low rates.
Farmers and Grangers will do well
to rail on u:e for Undertaking and Fur
niture. E. E. DAKRAGH.
Post Office Building. Eaton, Ohio.
Eaton, Sept. 2, 187-Vly
JpSF" All kinds of Job Printing
executed at the Democrat office.
AND
GROCERIES!
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