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L, G.' GOULD, Editor.
Sspt. 23. 1375.
Democratic State Ticket.
WIIJJAM ALLEX, of Ross.
SAMUEL F.- fARr, of Hamilton
. FOR SUPREME JUDGE,
THOS. Q. ASIIBUKN, of Clermont,
FOR AUDITOR OF STATE,
FOR TREASURER OF STATE,
JOHN SCIIREINER, of Meigs.
THOS. E. POWELI ,- - of Delaware.
MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
II. E. OIIAGAN.of Eric,.
Hon. . ABNfcli HAINES, of Preble.
People's County Ticket.
DANIEL PAYNE, ofSomers Tp.
-. ' CLERK OF COURT,
AV. D. QUINN, of Washington.
A. E. HUBBARD, of Washington.
HENRY SHIDELER, of Gratis.
J. R. BEATY, of Washington.
I. E. FREEMAN, of Eaton.
. LEWIS MARKER, of Twin.
JOHN HOLDERMAN, of Eaton.
JAMES V. rACTON of Eaton.
THE CARY MEETING.
The meeting advertised for Gen.
Cary to address on Tuesday last
was not so lame as expected, but
still it compared very . favorably
with the Morton one held the week
previous, and was equally as large.
The coolness of the weather admon
ished the crowd uresent that it
would le much pleasanter to adjourn
to the Court House room, which was
done, and in a short time it was
densely packed with anxious hearers
to listen to the able, eloquent and
covincing Gen. Cary, who entertain
ed his audience about two hours and
a half by an impassioned and argu
mcntive speech on the great issues
. that are involved in the present cam
paign. As our forms arc made np
on Tuesday afternoon, of course we
are unable to give even a synopsis
of his address, but what we heard of
it, was a fearful and an unanswer-
. able arraignement of those who ad
vocate a return to specie payment
for the purpose of still further op
Dressing the farmer and laboring
men of the country. He told them
that they had the remedy in their
own hands, aud if they failed to use
it at the polls, they should not grum
ble in the future if their families
were half clad and they themselves
out of work and without money to
buy food and clothing.
All who heard his speech were
well satisfied that he spoke words of
truth and w'sdom, and there is no
doubt it sent conviction to the mind
of many wavering Republicans.
The last Saylor has deserted the
Tlndifnl Binomi.iRtpr'a Ktnliinnr slim in
, o 1'
Poor Somers township! How the
Ringmaster's have snubbed it. They
Peters-& it clean out!
A. J. Hawley, the "Lawyer's office"
candidate for Representative, will
not move south now, nntil after the
Dan Peters, of Camden, was
three times before the Radical Ring,
master's of Eaton, as a candidate
for Representative, and as often
"went to grass." We admire
"grit" Iw d -n the treatment!
The gentleman before the "Law
yer's office" Convention who pro.
claimed that he could beat Payne
800 votes in Preble County, couldn't
get the nomination. That was more
than the Rinz could staud, and
The Radical "whippers in" have
hard task before them. There
so many honorable and high-minded
Republicans disgusted with the
famy and degradation of the Ring.
Bters, that they won't be brow
The two county officials that
been appointed "whippers in," ought
to blush in their business. Shame
on you gentlemen, after the people
of this county, irrespective of party,
honored you as they did.
The two official' 'whippers iu"
with some of their party, who
honor and manhood enough left
talk to them in earnest . They
rather "wet behind the ears,"
undertake to brow boat men who
old enough to be their grand fathers
and voted their sentiments before
these presumptuous young
As the Ringmaster's ticket made
Eaton on the 30th of July, lias
all torn to tatters, it is au "open
and a free fight." Voters of Preble
Connty, choose ye between the two
the bars are down you are free
Vote your choice, and rebuke
goguery aud office-seekers.
THE MAINE ELECTION.
Maine has gone Republican by a
small majority several thousand
smaller than Inst year. The tidal
wave which swept over the country
'pst year has not subsided, but, like
John lirowu's soul, seems to be
"marching on." The New York
Tribune thinks this Republican dis
aster 'or it is a disaster in Maine,
is due to bad management on the
part of the Republican party, illus
trated in its attempt to carry on the
canvass on dead nar issues. Send.
;ng for Senator Morton, it thinks, a
srreat mistake, and it accuses Blaine
of a want of politic sagacity, in in
terpreting the signs of the times.
The Tribune is probably just about
half right about the matter, and
that is conceding a great deal to
that paper in these latter days. There
was no doubt a mistake made in the
diagonis of Maine by the Republi
can doctors. The result of the
election in Maine is another condem
nation of the Repuplican financial
policy; aud whether the Democratic
party proposes a different policy or
:ot, the people are going to wreak
vengeance on the authors oi tneir
"The verdict of the people ofPrc-
blc countv aouears to be, that for a
noii-i.olitical office a second term
should be acc orded the incumbent,
irrespective of politics." '
Thus spoke the Eaton Register, on
the 22d of October, 1874, after the
re- election of SherifT Townsend by a
majority of 332 ! Now, we would like
this journal to answer why the same
verdict ought not to be awarded to
Billy Quisx, for a second term?
Has he not made a faithful and effic
icnt officer? Was the duties of the
Clerk's oflice ever better discharged
than they have been under the ad
ministration of Mr. Quinn? Go and
examine the record and his books.
They are open for public inspection,
Compare them with his predecessors
and answer the question. A second
term was awarded, jsithout opposi
tion, to W. I. Barnhiser, F. W. White
side and Judge King, and why should
it not be to W. D. Quinn, who has
been as equally faithful, impartial,
obliging and honorable in the dis
charge of the duties of the office?
Let the ballots of the honest and in
dependent voters of Preble county,
irrespective of party, speak the same
verdict as it did in the offices of the
other gentlemen, and thus settle the
question for a second time, in favor
of an honest official, and iebuke the
workings of a Ring and Clique.
If there is anything which would
show the hopelessness of their cause,
the malignant spirit possessed, and
the desperation of the opposition, it
is falsehoods now put in circulation
by them, in order to make capital.
That it must react no one can doubt,
when the falsity of the charges are
known. If the opposition expect to
even make a semblance of show of
success, they must, at least, pre
serve some degree of truth and de
cency, and not attempt to deceive
the voters by bare-faced lies. But
it is nothing more than the out-crop-pings
of the old spirit "in the party
it is no new role for them to get
down in the dirt. They must fight
the battle upon principle if they
would preserve the respect of even
the members of its own party. They
have deceived the people too often
lies will only make the matter worse.
As Mr. Eidsou has declined the
Radical nomination for Senator,
this District, tendered him on the
14th iust, there is still a vacancy
for that position. Who will have
Applications will be received at the
office of Stiver & Freeman, in Eaton,
up to the 12th of October. Appli
cants will be required in the future)
to accompany their "true inward
ness" with an affidavit that they
What's the use of a President
$50,000 a year and extras? What's
the use of a Cabinet? The Presi
dent and his Cabinet at the seashore,
at clam bakes, camp meetings,
other places of a similar character,
while the whole machinery of
government is left to be run by
clerks in the various departments.
No wonder defalcations and embez
zlements are of almost daily occur
rence. Except under Grant's
such a thing never
occurred in the history of
government And -et the Radical
Convention which nominated Hayes
for Governor, had the unblushing
to endorse this administra
tion as a "distinguished success,"
and ask the honest independent
voters of Preble County to
vote it !
W. W . Aker, pump-maker,
the late Ringmaster's Convention
declared he would never go before
body of that kind again for office-
But oflice seekers Lave very
conscience, (as we are pained to
knowledge), so when the "Lawyer's
oflice" Convention convened
Friday last William was around
again, as a candidate for Represent
ative, (notwithstanding his solemn
declaration), backetl by a letter
very good meu, from Twin
Lanier townships, as "the only
that could heal ail dissension
these two townships," but William
come out shorn as usual.
THE RADICAL MUDDLE.
We stated last week that the Rad
ical Ringmaster's of this Connty
were on the "ragged edge" of de
spair lor candidates, ana were in
cacus to patch up their ticket with
somebody for Senator and Repre
sentative. Mr. Eidson was nomina
ted for Senator, but has since de
clined, and left another 'vacancy for
'patch." After the nomination of
Mr. Eidson, the Lawyer's Conven
tion wrangled several hours over a
candidate for Representative, and
finally agreed to postpone the mat
ter uutil the following Friday. They
met on Friday the bummer element
was well represented whiskies
straight and whiskies crooked were
in demand the meeting was np
rorious several of the representa
tives present left cursing the thing as
'd Clique concern," because
the doors were closed against all but
the Ring it smoked, scintillated,
glowed, simmered, stewed, broiled,
blazed and cremated until the sun
began to set in the western horizon
things were getting desperate, and
in its last ngonies the abortion was
announced, A. L. Hawlet, of New
Paris, a rabid, ran tankerous crusader,
for Representative! Camden went
home on its ears, because it was
Peter-ed out and West Alexandria
mourned for its lost Aker! Thus
the muddle stands at the present
writing. What other char ges may
take place in the next week, the
Lord only knows. The thing is too
rotten to stand.
Money Plenty! Where? In the
large cities, but let a merchant or
business man of Eaton take his note
with good endorsers to the city of
Cincinnati or New York, to these
banks that are so full of money, and
ask them to lend him at two, three,
four, six or twelve months, and they
will tell him they are not doing that
kind of business. Let them, as
Hon. George II. Pendleton says,
bring out the notes of their custo
mers, to whom they have sold their
articles of manufacture, and ask for
money at three or four months, and
they will be turned away without
any, or else they will be shaved ten
per cent Let one of 3-ou farmers
make his bond and mortgage bear
ing eight per cent interest for one
year; and take it to these people
who have money to loan at two per
cent, and they won't look at it If
some outside shaver or broker looks
at it, he will charge him twelve per
cent and commission. Now, j-ou
know that is true, every word of it,
and yet they tell us that money is so
plenty it lies there begging for cus
tomers on call at two per cent, and
that anybody who has anything to
give for it can get plenty of money.
The laborer is willing to give his
bone and muscle, his very blood, to
save his family from starvation, and
is that nothing? The merchant is
willing to give his nerve and credit
and reputation, his unflagging in
dustry, his hopes of success. Is
that nothing? The farmer is willing
to give his broad acres, the manu
facture the iron stacked up in vari
ous counties like cord-wood, for
want of sale, he is willing to give
that for money, and are these things
nothing? Labor, judgement integ
rity, prudence, land, iron. Are
these things nothing?
We hear much complaint about
hard times, scarcity of money, low
wages, low prices for what tanners
have to sell, and high prices
what they purchase. The policy
the Republican party has brought
about this state of affairs. That
party has had full control of
financial legislation of the country.
Ten years have passed since
close of the war, and that party
done nothing to make a change
the better. The only hope for
form is in the Democratic party
What it will do when in full possess
ion of the government by way
giving a cheap government is evi
denced by the past two years
Ohio, where under Allen's adminis
tration the State taxes have been
reduced ;ver $1,000,000, and
salaries of county officers have been
reduced more than $350,000, making
asavii.g of nearly a million and
half of dollars to the tax-pa3'ers
If a farmer can get two dollars
legal teuder for a bushel of wheat,
he can pay tlouble the indebtedness
that he could with one dollar.
people are in debt, an inflated debt-
The bonds cost the bondholders,
to Gov. Morton, sixty
on the dollar. Why should the
ple pay them one hundred cents
gold? This is a question beginning
to be asked. Are we entitled to
equities ask the people? The labor
ing man ask why must we for
toil receive in return money which
the bondholder spurns? If
pliguied iaiia oi uie couniry
love, will pay us, why not him?
it possible that we are to have
great classes in this country?
us make money Democratic.
The Republicans who now profess
to be the special friends of the
schools, only last year endeav
ored to force through Congress,
Civil Rights Bill, with the mixed
school clause, which would have
destroyed the free school
of the country.
No Union of Church and State.
No Sectarian Public Schools.
No Division of the School Fund. '
No Corruption in Office. .
No Religious Intolerance. -No
Gold for the Bondholder onby.
No Contraction of the Currency
No Prohibition Humbugs.
No Tyranny over the Porr Man.-' .
No Grant Statesmanship, i,
No Third Term foeGrantj i.o , .r
No Increase of the-Public Expen
No National Bank Monopoly.
No Salary Grab." . '.
No Class Legislation.
Mr. A. J. Hawlcy, on receiving
the "Lawyer's office" nomination for
Representative, delivered himself of
the following speech :
"Gentlemen of the Convention I
thank you for the nomination. (A
long pause). Gentlemen of the
Convention I thank you for the
honor you have done yourselves.''''
Here the future Daniel Webster
of Preble County sat down amid
thunders of applause, and the "Law.
yer's office" meeting was invited to
go out and accept the pea-nuts, as
the only beverage the nominee could
recommend. ' .t .:."'.
The people of this County are so
wen pleased wun tue manner- in
which the offices have been filled by
those elected as Independent candi
dates, that they appear determined
to make a clean sweep of the bal
ance. There never was two better
County officers than Quinn and
Townsend. Their official business
is open for inspection, and we defy
any flaws to be found or over charges'
Vote the Independent Ticket
The Radical party created the
Greenback currency to carry on the
war. They declared it was .:"the
best currency the world evef Saw;
and the soldiers, who fought for.t,heir
country, and put down the rebellion,
were paid in this currency, because
they could get no otjjer. Nowljipw
ever, the very men . who ma&e the
greenback currency pronounce
"worthless rags," "irredeemable
trash," ar.d are doing everythiifg in
their power to discredit anttdepre
ciate it, for base party purposes
The Republican part v is in favor
of contraction. They want to con
tract the wages of the poor; the
profits of the farmer and the chan
ces of the common people to make
living without being ground down
by pinching poverty. They are not
however, in favor of contracting the
salary of Grant and the . big office
holders; they arc not in favor of con
tracting the gold interest theiNation
al Banks are drawing front the Government-
or even the thousands
unnecessary offices created - to give
favorites place and position.
For a while it seemed as though
General Grant's chances for denom
ination by the Republican party, for
a third term, were waning, and es
pecially after Pennsylvania arid Ohio
had made a weak protest;jigainst
But the tide has changed, and; vthe
man of destiny" is again coming
the front The office holders are be
ginning to feel desperate, and many
of the leading papers are cautiously
suggesting that Ulysses is the nly
man who can keep the party banner.
afloat Xven our neighbor of
Register, who holds a fat officeaidor.
the great national robber, is striking
out in that direction, and as soon
the State election is over, will boldly
advocate his claims for a 'third
Farmers are giving some, heed
their own interst They are
going to vote for the bankers
bondholders to any great extent.
They will not vote for a party
advocates contraction and low prices
for grain and farm products. They
know that debts already contracted
must be paid. They know they
pay them easier when wheat brings
$1.25 per bushel than they could
it was reduced to 75 cents.
will reduce the amount they receive
for that portion of their crop
have to sell, biit it wll rit-nfyduce
taxes now levied on debts niudc.
The Democratic party of
does not rccoguize the school ques
tion as aa issue. Our platform
pledges us to the protection of
system, and our Constitution shows
our devotion to the cause of Public
Schools. The Republican party
started the cry that the public
schools are in danger, because
know full well that the- cannot
us square!' oh the financial issues.
Men who are without labor,
families are in want and who look
the future with forebodings, are
be told that our Public Schools are
be destroyed. It won't work.
When the GegUan bill
which the Radicals Ar howling
passed the first reading in the
seven Republicans including
Protestant minister voted for
And still the Radicals are trying
make capital out of it
tem Just for the sake of keeping
memory the doings of last
would it not be well for the Republi
can papers to occasionally
Democrats "whisky bloats"
"beer guzzlers" during this
campaign? Why this lamentable
silence? Do you see it?
In 1860 the circulating medium
was $475,000,000. We had then 30,
000,000 people, and paid in Federal
and local taxes $150,000,000 a year.
In 1869 the circulating medium was
$689,000,000, and the taxes, Federal
and local, were $690,000,000. The
population was 40,000,000. It thus
appears that, while in 1860 we had
three dollars of circulating medium
for every dollar that we were called
upon tp pay in taxes, now, if it
should be collected .tit once, all the
currency in the United States would
not suffice for'the. tax-gatherer. Is
it any wonder that there is a pa
ralysis upon trade? that times are
hard? that money is difficult to be
procured? that labor is languishing
and unremunerative? Yet still the
process of contraction goes on. It
ncreases the price of bonds, and
adds to the profits of the National
Bankers. They, under this Ad
ministration, are the ruling class of
this country. The farmer, the me
chanic, the Laborer and the bond
payer have no influence with the ma
jority at Washington.
[For the Democrat.]
JEFFERSON Tp. Sept. 15, 1875.
Ed. Democrat: A report is being
circulated here that Col. Harris, the
Republican candidate for Probate
Judge, is drawing a pension from the
government as an invalid. 1 am
well acquainted with Col. Harris,
and have had business with him,
and have never seen anything the
matter with him. I know he has a
large paying practice as a lawyer
and is the owner of considerable
property, and I do not believe, and
have denied that he is a pensioner
please let me know what you know
In reply to the correspondent
above we would say, that Col. Har
ris is now, and has been since the
war, an invalid pensioner of the
United States. So far as any body
here knows, he is an able bodied
man, in no way incapacitated for the
prosecution or his business or care
of his property, j'et he takes from
,the already debt burdened govern
ment twenty dollars per month for
nothing we know of, save his serv
ices ' to the Grant administration,
and as a kind of a soothing syrup on
account of his failure to get the
position of Collector of the Third
District The faithful must all
have offices or pensions. Ed. Dem.
The people pay Grant four thou
sand dollars a month for staying
Long Branch and leaving the Gov
ernment to take care of itself
Washington. What a consolation
it must be to the over-taxed and
overworked farmers and mechanics
the country, to know that the fruits
of their' toil is going to " support
this great national example of idle
ncss and malfeasance.
It costs the country twenty mil
lion dollars yearly to keep up the
Republican system of National
Banks. This vast amount is drawn
from the people as interest and the
National Banks issues a currency
which is redeemable by greenback?
To such a system the Democratic
parly i3 opposed. The National
Banks are the "leaden weights that
fetter industry and stifle enter
; In the face of Grant's robberies
and rascalities, and the Eaton Reg
ister branding bis administration
"corrupt , beyond precedent,'"
many honest men in Preble County
will be induced by the.false and
ly cr- of "No Popery," to vote it
Let the ballot-box on the second
Tuesday of October answer.
The Demo cratic State Executive
Committee have received informa
tion from various parts of the State
witnin the last few days, showing
that an organized movement is
ing made by Republican leaders
import negroes from the neighboring
States of Indiana,' Kentucky
West Virginia, to vote for Hayes
and the Republican ticket at
October election. The Democrats
every town and county should
look to this matter, and see that
scheme of a party grown desperate
by its failing fortunes is frustrated.
The market value of Senator
Morton's present views can be
iu the light of the following
accurate statement from the
York World: "Upon every
portant issue of our politics for
iast twelve years Senater Morton
be quoted on both sides. He
eaten more dirt than any
demagogue, and at preset is gorging
himself with his own inflation
speeches last fall upon the stump
and last winter ia Congress.
If the Dayton Herald aud the
ocrat will go to work aud do
thing lor our Senatorial candidate,
will be more credit to them, than
be wrangling over which is the
ty organ. We hardly ever meddle
with our neighbors business, but
is our piivate opinion publicly
pressed, that the manner these
pnpers have been conducted for
past year, should induce the Democ
racy of that county to discard
aud start a decent paper.
Republican Massachusetts enacted
a Geghan law, and now it comes
light that in the year of our
1874, the Republican Legislature
Illinois enacted a similar one!
If the liquor dealers are not satis
fied with what the Democratic Leg
islature done for them last year, let
them go over and vote for the Re
publican crusading Governor, and
County ticket, and when the bell
rings and their troubles come again,
they may then "whistle" for their
There is no use of disguising the
truth. The Republican leaders
have taken the ground that Nation
al Bank bills are eafer than green
backs. .That it is better to tax the
people six per cent, in gold for the
currency, than to issue a currency
that costs nothing but the expense
of issuing it Ihe people do no
Although the Grangers are known
not to be a political organization.
et a large majority will vote for
Farmer Allen against Lawyer Hayes.
This can be relied on, if they are
true to their professions and princi
m t m i m
Old Bill Allen is a farmer, and he
knows the disadvantage under which
this large body of our citizens la
bor, and he will do all in his power
to redress their grievances. The
farmers will vote for their interest
and Bill Allen.
Will the editor of the Register in
form the people of this Count' why
he dismissed Mr. Oldfather, the Re
publican candidate for Auditor,
from the Distillery of Mr. Turner, a
few j-ears ago? If Mr. Old father
proved unfaithful in the capacity of
Storekeeper in a Distiller-, is he
the proper person to intrust with the
business of the County as Auditor,
in the complicated affairs of Bridgesf
Freepikes and Ditch funds?
No sensible man will be deceived
by the Radical da lp o:i thrj school
question. No one could divids the
the school funds or divert them If
tried, since the Constitution express
ly forbids it. The trick is only to
divert public attention from Radi
The seeming pet phrase sour mash
used so frequently by the Register
and applied to the democracy is not
appropriate. The term originated
with Bickham of the Dayton-Journal
and was applied to C. F. Brooke, Esq,
when he was a caudidate for Senator.
The Republican financial policy
of contraction means a depreciation
of all kiuds of property except
government bonds. It means pros
perity for the bondholders and bank
ruptcy and ruin for every man who
is in debt.
When Haves was Governor he
made the people of Ohio pay for the
dailv papers he read. Honest Bui
Allen pays for his papers out of his
The Demwratic Legislature
Ohio reduced the fees of county offi
cers $240,000 a year. When did
Re-publican Legislature or Congress
ever reduce salaries?
.The contraction policy of the Re
publican party will close up half
business houses in the country
side of eighteen months.
Four years more of Radical rule
would reduce nine-tenths of
people to slavery and put them
the power of the Money Kings.
The Republicans are circulating
a phamphlet full of lying and false
figures regarding State affairs.
t down as a map of lies from begin
ning to end.
Suspenders 15 et., 20 cU. and 25
sold elsewliete from 30 ets. to 5) ets.
Jos. Wi eruer's.
FT. C HILL
NVITES especial attention to
nock of FAMILY GROCEK1ES
PRODUCE, of which he keeps a
and complete stock at Ins old stand
Baron Street Eaton,
TTb flnttcrs himself that he can
as low as any other house in town,
will keep always on haud the bestbrands
PROVISIONS, VKOETAHI.KS, A1.JIU.UJT
M SCliABS, SYRUPS,
AMltVFLUUB, CORN NEA1.,
Salt by the Barrel.
I'he patronage of the public is solicited
dun l-t. 13U 3 I.
IRON & HARDWARE
Commercial Block, 2d door, Main
EIDSON & TEGROOT
A 2JXOUXCE to
friends and the
lic that they have on
and intend to keep a constant assort
IRON. STEEL. NAILS &
which thev will sell ou reasonable
They have an unlimited supply of
Also exclusive Agents for the celebrated
ROAD & SPRING
The best of
BLACKSMITHS' YOUOHIOUI1ENY COAL
al aj'S on hand at the lowest
pric . EIDSON & DEGKOOT.
Eaton, Feb. 11, 1875-ly
STOCK IS HOW COMPLETE FOR
w, mm mrnmm
Embracing an immense variety of ' '' . '
READY MAD E CLOTHING
PIECE GQQUB, HATS, CAPS, and
Grant's itirnisliiiig' Goods.
Please remember I agree to sell First Class Goods cheaper than any
body else. Therefore it will be to your advantage to call and examine
Goods and Prices before purchasing your Fall and Winter supply: Don't
forget, "The proof of the-pudding is the eating." -JOS.- WOERNER.
Barron St., Eaten, O. ., ,, :;, . ..
PELOUBET. PELTDN & Co. STANDARD ORGANS!
DECKER & BARNtS, STEINWAY & MATHUSKEL'S PIANOS !
Is prepared to furnish them on as reasonable terms as they can bo
bought anywhere else, as he is buying them directly from the manufac-
Eaton, March 18, 1S75
OIJFICE OJ" .71.1 J. V STItEIiTf
DUXJGa MEDICINES, CHEMICALS-
f IflpftP fil frail
Special attention given to the tilling ot Preiser id
Hons and Private Kctipcs.
SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS ECOKS.
Chromo & Picture Frames of all Styles made to order
FAIETTS, GILS AND VAR?JZSHKS.
Painters Supplied at Wholesale Prices.
WINDOW GLAS( '
IIICRAEL & SON,
Eaton, April 22, 1875-ly
mnimra t g i iinna imi i
Just B ecsived, and fes Sale,
ALL KINDS OF PINF LUMBER,
Rough aud Dressed;
Timber. Joists and Scantling;
FINE, ASH & POPLAR FLOORING;
Cedar, Oak and Locust Fence Posts.
Doors, Sash, Lath, and Shingles.
Ill kinds of Finishing Lumber cut to Order. Ml
kinds of Building Lumher cut to Order."
hi Takghji . CampM's Crd and Cu&sl CGAL.
Agents for the Study "baker, Milbcrh, aud Mitchell
Jjarm . wagon. -H'ghest
price paid for Walnut, Ash Lumber, and Timber. -
Office and Yard Opposite the Depot, Eaton, Ohio.
Eaton, Ohio, Slay G, lBiO-Ora
I. M. ANDERSON,
StASUFAeTURERASD DEAT.EE IN
Harness, Saddles, Bridles,
COLLARS, WHIPS, &C.
And all poods generally found in a first
class Saddle anil Harness establishment.
Fine Harness a Speciality.
Lumber! Lumber I
To Ths Public.
EOBINSOIT CHAMBERS & CO.
KEEP foi-slet LOWEST MARKET PRICKS
I'l.NE, POPULAR and ASH Flosrln?. Dressed
Ptne and PopularKlrietng, lrMscd Asli Tiiie and
POPL.AK MlblilH i.l'.MUi-.K,
MOULDINGS. KHINli LEK. LATH,
STAIR BALLUSTEUS, NEWEL POSTS, 4C
Are also prepared to furnish
" Factory Poors for $2,00 and $2,50.
BOORS, WISlOWFRAMKS,SASII PANEL
and Bntten T)oor and to SAW np, MOULD OR
TURN LUMBER liiorder. We inti-nd tcimnloli
to the Interest of those needing any thlbg Iu out
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR DR"
POPLAR AXDAKII LV5I BKU.
Ejatun, April 1.1S7S.-U
C. Gr. SCHLENKER,
GOLD AND SILVER
Clocks .". and .. Jewelry !
Silver and Plated Ware !
GOLD PENS, SPECTACLES
&c, &c, &c.
MainStreet. Eaton, Ohio.
Call and see the finest selection in
EST1 All kinds of Repairing promptly
attended to and warranted.
Eaton, April 23, 874-6m.
I. C. ABBOTT,
Aitonmej at Law toy Miff,
Office in Odd Fellows' building, sontta
west corner, up stairs.
tW Legal business proni) tly attend
ed to. Aug. 20, 75