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Sept 23, 1375.
AVho is A. J. Hawlcy ?
Oysters arc in good tunc. ""- -
Buckwheat is full of promise. ;
AVe want more 'rag money."
Snow fell in Urbaua on the 19th.
Uiisly' Client is said to bo plenty. :
The health of Eatou is now good.
Potatoes arc not decaying so much.
Saturday, was a dull day in Eaton.
..Corn cutting has now commenced.
Now is the time to buy your wior
ter fuel. -
.The epicure now joyfully feasts up
on pumpkiu pies. .' :. .1' . .
Don't be idlo if yon have nothing
to do, go fishing, j . .1 .1 . . .
Sure way to turn people' headsrr
go late into church. "77
It isn't often that we find toan.big
enough to contaiu himself. j
Lamp posts are apt to become social
and keep you out late., -.. ,;.-.."-
This is Fair week in PrebleTD'ai ke,
Warren and several other counties. -..Header,
do you owe any(hing:on
your paper. If you do, we need it. .
Bukhara's biography of Hon. G. IL
Eidson, is for sale at reduced rates.
The autumn winds are sighing and
the sere and yellow leaf is droppiii,
A ..nilir-r candidate is wanted for
tho patched and "sour mash" ticket.
One dollar and flfty cents in "rag
money" will purchase the Demochat
for one year. . ,
A naturalist has discovered that it
is the female mosquito that bites a
The low necked shoe and the strip
ed stocking will soon be among the
tilings that were.
Washington P. Dug4ik8 authori
zes us to withdraw his name as a can
didate for Treasurer.
We trust fheRads. will get a new
Senatorial candidate in time for Bick-
iiani to wrilo his'biography.
If we ran only .find out who Haw
let is aud whence he lives we will
send him a gross of Spaldings Glue.
Some men's friendship only lasts
as long as you will turn the slone for
thorn while they grind their own axe.
Hold your breath, reader, Mr. Eid
son declines the nomination for Sen
ator! Daniel, of Camden, come
Hawlf.t was handed over to the
crusaders at Camden on Saturday
last they introduced him to the
An Iowa woman who put vitrol 011
her scalp to remove dandruff, says it
was the duudruflbit experiment she
If you don't kiiowlhat the "whal
in ' season" is uow in order just en
quire of some of the little school
"We see by our exchanges that the
crusade fever prevails in many parts
of the Suite. Wait until after the
Our Comity Fair opened well on
Tuesday. The sale of member tickets
aud culrics was as large as the previ
ous year 011 the first day. It will be
a success sure.
Harmony in the next Know-nothing
caucus will be produced by Nan
cy, who will calm the troubled souls
with dulcet music on his little harp.
If Oliver Twist Morton, Fred Dong
lass and Jeff Larsh had stayed in
- Maiire 3 week longer, the State would
have gone democratic.
AVe would suggest that the Radical
Central Committee remain in session
during tho next two weeks, in order
to receive withdrawals aud do the
"patching."' " " ' ' ' ' '
Barney and "Whitet have wasted
a rood deal of labor in tho harraoniz-J
ing business. They bad better pre
sent thcuext caucus with a tuning
fork: '7fI 'Tf! 'CIP;
There has been no other withdrawn
als on the Ringmasters ticket since
Monday, although we hear it whis
pered there are one or two contem
plating the step.
A younglady on her way t church
last Sundays dropped her handkar-:
chief on the pavement, 1ut As he
hadn't her stoop-over dresa on, she
was compelled to proceed without it;
As Prcblo connty is entitled to the
Senatorial candidate, we would sug
gest the "Columbian Orator," he al
ways sticks aud has to bo choked
like a leech. ' . , , ; - ' . 7 .
As Hawley is understood to .he
from Darke connty, wo wo'uld advise
the Grantites to taka,teeii- Senatorial
candidate from 1 New. .Jersey. The
election would be over before his let
ter of declination conlU reacu Jsancj
Heretofore" there has . baen a jsad
lack of elue fn Stiver & Freeman ou
fice. The candidates there nominated
do not stick. Naucy lias promised
procure in time for the next Conven
tion, a full supply of "Alfcocks Por
ous Piasters." ' " . ' . -
We would suggest to the Know-
Nothings that they nominate two ben
atonal candidates, one from Preble
aud the othr from Montgomery.
Preble man could -ran the crusade
while the Montgomery
could manage the whisky element
Glue is too scarce', to stick one candi
date to both platforms."
A female woman lectured on
public streets ou temperance, iu
two evenings last week. She
a loud talker aud made herself heard.
The prominent crusaders refused
tike niucli stock iu her. Reason
near the election. Wait a few months,
and tho music will opeu all along
On last Sunday night, Mr. Josei-h
.-, 11 ,
citizen of this county, died suddenly
his farm residenco about two miles
r 1 .ui co .,..
south of Eaton, aged about 62 years.
Mr. Campbell was boi h 111 tu6 8 1 ule of I
Dcleware, and in early life, came with
ty, where he has since resided until
death. His demise was very sud-
den, and quite unexpected by his nuin-
erous friends. On Friday evening he
was taken with a chill, but no immed
iate danger was anticipated until Sun
day evening, wheu lie was attacked
very suddeuly by something like ap
poplex. Mr. Campbell was a very
respectable citizen, lived in peace with
all his neighbors, and in strict har
mony with all his acquaintances.
Ctoistttar I1A1102I nan trwtf omie mill
........ ' . ..
Kiuu 111 111s intercourse, ne was wen
resticctcd bv all who knew him. He
was an ardent and consistent Mason,
aim uuo 01 me uuiiorutj aim ruspcuicu
members of tho Order. He scarcely
r..:i i .tin..! tioii moni;,r
. .. . ,
uu in 1113 j.i .vulu nun yuum. nit, I-1
emplificd tho tenets of the fraternity,
and died in full fellowship with bis
brethren. At the time of his death,
he was one of the highest M asons iu
the count v, aud was buried by his
brethren in accordance with the rit
ual of the order.
Tue Oak wood, bhirl y aud 1 anchon
Linen lined Folded edge two boxes for
23 cents at Jos Wocrners. .
The season of the year is now around
when this delicious luxury is sought
after byalmost every body, and we will
say to all in search of the best brand,
that Mr. J. Moxosmith. is receiving
r.... ti... .1.,. .. .wi 11
v,.w, ... ..x... .I..,, ..v..
known Dayton Oyster Depot of C'uas.
Asbertox, the finest end large-t that
can be obtained anywhere, and will
supply families by the can. or indi
viduals bv the soup, on the shortest
notice and best of terms. Give him a
call and try the quality of his brand
Undershirts and Drawers, heavy
goods fur AVinter t; enty-fivc cents each
at Jos. Woerner's.
rresn ISreatl, Crackers and all kinds of
nlnin and fanev weddine- rakes, and
Mr. i. E. Widesek & Bno., are now
running their Cane molasses manufac
tory day and night, and aretiirniug out
the finest and brightest article we have
sc n this season anywhere, a specimen
of which thev have left at our office.
Any of our friends who want a first-
class article of molasses manufactured,
will be sure to get it by calling on these
gentlemen, two miles east of Eaton, on
the Lewlsburgroad. "
Two boxes of Collars for 25 cents at
Jos. Worner's. . S. me as you pay for a
box elsewhere, ''twenty -five cents.
Our young aud enterprising friends,
Messrs. Wattkhs & Wkscoe. bavin
purcliascd the Bakery lately owned by
Ueury Bowman, on east Main street,
purpose keeping constantly on hand,
hope by strict .-ittcuiton to business to
merit a liberal share of public patron
age in heir line. Give '.hem a call.
Whole suits for Seven dollais at Jos.
Linen! hied Collars two ooxes for 25
cents at Jos. Woerner's.
ITndersliirU and draweis 25 cents at
Jos. .Woeruer'a. . . . '
' Umbrellas 50, 60 aud 73 cent at Jos.
of hats 3 u town. : Jos. Woerner.
I can show you the nicest assortment
FLORA WEBB On Thursday ltli
inst.,. at the resilience, of the bride
mother, bv Rev. A. J. Reynolds, Mr.
Charles W. Flora aud iliss Jenuettc
WOODS STOVEH. On the 31st
ult ,attheresideneeofMartin MeWhin-
nev, in i.uiorailo, u., by Kev. jonn n
Blackford, Mr. Levi Woods to Miss Sal
lie Stover, both of Palestine, Darke
MURRY STAKEB.VKE. On the
9th 3 ust., at the residence of Wm. G.
Smith, Eldorado, O., bv Rev. J. II.
B'ackford, Mr. Amos A. Murry to Miss
Mollie A. istakcuake, all of 1'rebie
HILL HARDING. On the 11th
inst., at the residence of the bride
father, r.ear Paks ine. O., bv Rev.
H. Blackff rd, John R. Hill to Miss
Amanda S. Harding
WHITE COX. In Wabash, Intl.,
on the 14th Inst., by Rev. Jas. Cooper,
Mr. A. H. White, lormerly of Jutton;
Miss Hattie Cox, of Wabash, Ind.
AVe rise to consratulate Aleck, and
his fair bride for their remembrance
r,"lc' s " ""f
that their walk through life will be uu-
broken bv any unpleasant vicissitudes,
, . , ... . .
u.u.u.ii muiui.s ..raj iu...c-,
and that the chai us so sweet to wear
fast entwined around them only to
hmUn in zioith - . . ;
v.a itoiv tmmtn aIpt-
andria, Ky'., March 4th, 1812. Died
heart .Hsmsp. at. her home nejir Eaton,
Korvt .istli 1RT5 A B fi3 vr months
t. . . ' ' ' - . ' . .
inil TI rl.uro 'I'ho fimarol twilr t MH'P
from her residence on the 17th inst.
Mrs. Kellv was well known in
communitv and was umversallv
teemed as a most estimable lady, hence
her death is deeply lamented,
years ago she followed her husband
the tomb, since which time she remain
ed a widow. Bv her death. seen
children are left to mourn the departure
of their best earthly friend a greatly
loved and good mother. Yet there
light amid the darkness, aud their
row is largely filled with consolation,
tor tuey bave every assurance that,
far as the future was concerned, all
well. Although M rs. Ke ly was not
member of any chimh organized
man, we have strong evidence that
name w as enrolled in the church ot
First Born above. She leaned confi
dently upon tlie arm of God, ar.d
quently declared her realization of
ffloriou" truth that
glorious truth that,
Jpsus can make a dytnit hetl.
As soft as iluwuy pillows are."
She often spoke of the precious promi'
s s and mercies of God and earnestly
exhorted her children to be Jo lowers
of Chri t. T.i e sweet songrs of Zion
forded her great comfort until
quietly and peacefully crossed
silent river to hear a grander song
join her voice in singing that ceaseless
anthem of pra'se that swells up
tue tiiroue. Well may we sing,
"Oh for tliedralli ofthoe
Who slumher in ttm Lord!
O, be like theirs my last repose,
Like theirs my last reward 'A
Worth its Weight !n Cold !
Undoubtedly the greatest modern dis-
covrv 111 nieuicnie i iavuma iwi
CAL URE for Dvsll,cp,;j., Sick Head-
ache, Sour Stomach, Costiveness, Bil
at iousuess, Loss of Appetite, distress after
, or (J( . ,iver- lts fesults
are astonish. 11 sr. mid sure relief is arti sir-
aiitced in every case where it is faithful-
petite, strengtl ens the delicate and ex
his pels all morbid humors from the sys-
tem. Tvnho d and Bilious lever might
in almost every case be prevented by its
timely use. A very lew uoscs win re
lieve, and a little persevcrar.ee cure
you. Sold Dy ivhchakl & Sox.
August 2U, .18 &rlm
Tliey are going fast, those fS.OO suits
an Jos. Woerner's.
I am determined not to be und'-rsold.
Call and secure a bargain at Jos. Woer-
Call and see that I mean what
Tertise. Jos. Woerner
. Lie " ,lI?,'f'M?li7fc ti,l,B W-
boxes for 2o cis., sold elsewhere at 2o
cts per box At j0S- voerui r's.
I White Sliirts, $1,23, $1,30 and $1,75,
worth $I,7o, $2,00 and $2,a0, at Jos.
Hats, all the new styles, at Jos. Woer
Editor or Democrat You will please
announce to the voters of Preble coun
ty, thht John R. Beaty will be an Inde
pendent candidate tor the office of
County Treasurer, at the next October
election, and oblige Many Votkrs.
Editor Democrat Please announce
my name as an Iudepedent candidate
for re-electior. to the office of Clerk of
the Com t of Preble county, subject to
cue tlei'isim ot the voters at the polls ou
me I2tn oav 01 uctober.
W. D. QUINN
THESTATEOKOIIIO. PREI1LE C0..SS.
I to the votehs or Pkebi.eCoi-xtt.o. hs:
T muv Tnw VMli-vn .liAri(FtirPit.tilA nuintv
du Wreliy notifv the iiuulihiil vo.Kr f said cuuu-
ty lu aasfmble In ineir reiH-cuve luwusmiis
On the id. Tuesday in October, 1875,
hplnir tliplstK d-irofsaM n.ontli.nt tltelr nfiiinl
p!ai'-sef linlillnir elections, or such l.ire4 as the
To'iLsh1p Trutf-e.s m:ty ilirei-t, and tlieu anil
there, between the hours of fi o'clock, a.iu.,aid6
n'vlork, n. in. of said day, proceed as the law di
rects to elect
line imV KHSOR of the Stntc.
1.1KUTI'.?IA. 1 j.ll.uiloi ineoin.e.
m i. m kkh miATin op rrnr.it- works.
SiTATB SENATOR, In the Thirl Si-nn'orlal
listrict, composed ol the counties of Mont'
ao'iiery aim freoie.
RKIREsEXTATI VEof Preble counly.
CT.KMK OFTHE TTirRI
The Trustees of the various TnwnsMps sie slso
..nlitleit that lllPV shall fill :l!,1 llaV select of L'lWHl
judicious jiersiHts, liavliiijtlieqiialillcittii'iisof i-lec-
lors, tneir apportionment 01 in..ni. wr. r.
.liinirs. anil In return n list of the s.nne as 'l.recleil
hy law. The apportionment as ordered by the
Court of Common rleas o I Preble county. Is as
follows, to-wil : In son , Gasper 4, ir;ilis ll, Har
rison 12. Isrxel8. JiickMin , Ji'tTerMiii h. l.-iltler
Monroe R. Somers 11. Twin Ifl. Washington V..
An Act retriilMlinir the elei-ifon of'-tnli-ail'l Conn-
tv oflicers, pai-sed May 3. IK' ', trovli!es that st llie
e'lecllnns to be holden nniler that Act, the polls
Khiill lMnoened between the hours of li.nnd IU O'
clock in tliemorninir. atel cite at 6 o'clock In I he
atiernoon in toe same oav.
.rGiven nnder my band this 9th day or Septem.
ber, A. D., 2S71. JOHN T WN'SKSB.
Diienu, x'. .. j
Sept. 8, 1K7 Wi
J. Me C. Howe'S.Estato
FROM and iificrtln.stlate, the tin :cr
si'fiied will pay to the non-preferred
creditors of J. M. C. Howe, a.tlivi-
dend of 15 per cent, on their resiKn-tivt:
claims H liiirsuaiiee of mi order of the
.Probato Comti f Treble countv, Ohio,
made Sept Ist.lSZ-V Diviiiei.ds pnid M
the office of .1. C. Gilinore, i .i 11. 11. De
pot, College Corner.
J. M. K1!)K.MIIK,
J. C. G1LMOHE,
Assignees ol J. .M.('. Howe.
CAJirBKLi. t Giijioi;k, Att'ys.
hept. o, la,o-wd
W. D. QUINN Legal Notice.
AN DUE W KING, of Kico county,
State of Minnesota: William ('.
King, ofGranby county, State of Mis
souri; Barnabas L. King, of Cass e un
ty, State of Indiana; Thomas J.King,
I lav ul King, Adam (.riIt-r and Jlartha
Jane Crisler (his wife), John II. Coov-
crtaiiu juioua jane uoovert (i"3 wnej,
and Elizabeth King, (widow of John
King, deceased, late of the countv of
Darke, State of Ohio), all of whom re
side iu the county of I'reble, State of
Uliio; 1 lump Aliiuilhen;; ami .Mary
Ann Mundhenk (his wile), of the coun
ty of Darke, Sta'fc of Ohio; John ITeii-der-oit
and Elizabeth A. Ilei tlerson (his
wife), of Randolph county, Stale of Ind
iana; Jouu XI. King, ot I arson City,
Nevada; and bamucl Lewis King, of
Quebec, Canada, will take notice that
petition was tiled against them on the
fourth day of September, A. D., 1875,
in the Court of Common Ilea?, within
ami for comity of Darke, and State
Ohio, by James King, of the county
rrauklm, state ot Unio, and is now
pending, wherein the said James King
demands partition of the following real
estate, situate in the countv of Treble,
and Slate of Ohio, bounded and describ
ed as follows, to-wit: Being the east
half of the north-east quarter of Section
live (5), Township nine (9), ltangc two
(2), east, excepting thirty-one and fif
teen hundredths (31 15:100) acres, be
ginning on the north line ol said half
to quarter in the center of the countv roatl,
eleven (11) chains and thirty (30) links
east of the north west eoruer ot said
of ual1 quarter; ineuce wen to sai.i nortn
open line thirtv-one chains and thirty
8eVen links (3137) to a stake; thence
east at sight angles eight (8) chains and
fifty-seven (57) links to the center
. , collntvr0!ui. thence no th on
J direct line to the place of begini inc;
be and further excepting five and fifty-five
hundredths (5 55:100) acres off ol said
noriu-east quarter, uegiuiiiiig at
I souui-w est uorncr oi si iu i.an i uarier;
thence north on the west line thereof
tniicy-one anu iweuiv-six nuutireiHii
of (31 26:100) poles to a stake; tl.cncc.ast
at right angles with the above line thir-
ty-foiir and twenty-eight hiuidredth
94 Ofi.lDfk nnlr.a In tin.
"vu ,. a i". 111.1.1 ..1 1111: vvj
"? ? ace south-west in a direct
this 8a,u ro:m l" l"u fou " "
of the quarter ; thence west with
Quarter section line twen'v-two
forty -four hundred: In (22 44:100) poles
to the place ot beginning, and
the south-west corner of said quar
ter section; containing forty-three
thirty hundredth (4ddo:lUU) acres
eonveyed by Mary J. Cooper to John
King, December 2oth, A. !., 18U3,
recorded January loth, 1S04, 111
53, page 340, of Deed Record, Pieble
county. Ohio; and the following
scribed rral estate, situate in the com
ty of Darke, anil btate of Ohio, to-wit:
The soutli quarter ot tcetion nun
thirty-one (31), in Township ten
Range two (2), east, in the riUtrit t
lands subject to sale at Cincinnati,
Ohio, a fractional qunrter containing
the eighty-eight and forty hundredths
40:100) acres, according to the omcial
plat of the survey of the said lauds,
to the Get oral Land Ollice
the Surveyor General, which said
purchased by one Jiidson Jaqua,
the4!h, A. D. 1 833, and by him
veyed to John King, deceased, Oct.
3rd., A. D., 1S42 And at the next
of said Court the said James King
apply for an order that partition
made of said premises.
Dated this 4th day of September,
W. T. Wallace, Att'y.
Sept. 10, 1875-wU prf f
Farm Fcr Sah! '
rjlHE undersigned will o3erat private
311-4 Acres of Well Im
ten acres of which is well timbered, sit
uate in Twin Township, about one mile
and a quarter north-east of I exington,
011 the free tnn.pike, known as
a part of the ertate of Fayette Wysong.
The i 111 provements are a two-story brick,
with summer kitchen and wood home
attached, log barn, corn cribs, a good
well of water, and two first rate orch
ards. The above land will be sold on
reasonable terms. For for'Turther in
formation, &e., applvto either of the
subscribers. PERRY WYSONG,
Eaton.July 8, 1875-lm
Notice to Merchants.
NOTICE is hereby given that no one
shall sell anv member of my fam
ily goods of any kind, on my credit, as
t shall not stand responsible.
WILLIAM C. CULIEGER.
Sept. 2, 1S75-W4
D & J. Werts. plaintiff, vs. M. F.
Gerard, defendant. Before Samuel Mc-
N utt, J. P., of Harrison township, Pre
ble county, Ohio.
On the 17th day of Augrst, A. D.,
1S75, sniil Justice issued an order of at
tachment in the above aciion for the
sum of Twelve Dollars and Twentv-six
Cents. D. & .1. WERTS.
Sept. 9, 1875-w3
David Wert's, plaintiff, vs. M. F. Ger
ard, defendant. Bi fore Samuel Mc
Nutt, J. P., of Harrison township, Prc
b'e county, f'hio.
On, the 17th day of August, A D.,
1875, said Justice issued an order of at
tachment iu the above actiru. for the
sum of Thirty-three Dollars and Xine-
ty-nve cents. DAVID WERTS.
Sept. 9, 1875-w2
A VIXG sold out my Dry Goods
business to John T. Deem, I wish
to notify all that haxe accounts on book
to rail and make settlement. The books
ill be found at the storeof J.T. Deem.
By calling at once you will greatly ob
lige F. M. DEEM.
Eaton, Sept. 9, 187o-w4
Nancy S. Kelly's Estate.
NOTICE is hereby given that the an
dersigned, has been duly appoint
and qualified as Executor of the last
will and testament of Nancy S. Kelly,
late of Preble Countv, O., deceased.
GEORGE II. KELLY.
Foos & Fisiikk, Attv's.
Eaton, Se t.24, 1875. 3w.
,) Order of
, Sheriff's Sale
Case Xo. 3604.
A. P. Toung, Adm'r. &c,
Joseph McDouald & wife
ill virtue of a second plurius order
.1 . of sale issued from the Court of
Common Ph as of Preble county, Ohio,
in the above stated case, and to the
Sheriff oi said county directed, I will
offer for sale at public auction, at the
door of the Court House, in Eaton,
On Suturday, Oct. 2, 1875,
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, p.
ni.r the following premises, situate in
Pieble county, Ohio, and described as
as follows, to: wit :
. Being 40 acres, strict measure, rut-of
the west half of the south-west quarter
of Section number 5, Township 0, Range
a, east. Jt being the east halt or said
quarter and out of the south end of the
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 loiiracrcs of ground.
A npraised at $35 per acre. .
TERMS One-third of the purchase
n oney cai-h In hand, one-third in nine
months and the residue iu eighteen
inontlifl from tho day of sale, deferred
payments to be secured Ly mortgage on
the premises, and to bear 0 per cent,
interest from dav of sale.
JOHN TOWNSEXD, Sheriff.
Foos & Kisher, Att'ys.
Sept. 2, 1875-tdi prf$7,80
: Sheriff 8 Stile.
Case No. 3C21.
James B. Welsh, "1
- - -vs. - 1 Order of Side on
Win. A. Swihartand Attachment.
John S. Peters. J
BY virtue of an order of sale issued
from the Court of Common Pleas,
of Preble county, Ohio, in the above
stated . ease, and to the Sheriff of said
county directed, I will offer for sale at
public auction, at the door of the Court
ltotue, lu i-.aton,
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
sit; ate in Gasper township, Pieble Co.,
Ohio, containing 130 acres ot land.
The propei ty or Interest of John S.
Peters therein, which interest is the re
maindcr of said premises to the said
John S; Peters, after the death of his
mother,' Elizabeth Peters. Appraised
iitflJOOQ. Terms cash.
( JOHN TOWNSEXD, Sheriff.
Foos & Fisher, Att'ys.
.. Aug. 2G,.1875-tds prf. $5.80
J . i S I
C2ME AWD'.SEE Tffi.
WHEEI YOU COM TO 'THE FAIR.
Having sold my .Store Room I am determined to
close out my stock of
IgOW IS TIME TO GET
Fliels, Eil liist
HATS AUB CAPS.
In fact everything kept in a Country Store.
OR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Is full, to be sold -without reference to cost.
at less than tlie cost of importation.
ME WITH OAs
For such, bargains will never be offered
Eatou, Sent, 1G, 1873.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
SiSXATE JOINT RESOLUTION
Kclnlive to nn amendment of Article
Four of the Coiisliluiiou relating to
TlKSOT.VFn. BY TUB OEXERAf, ASSEM
BLY Ob' THE STATKOF OH to. (three-imtisof
tht uifmbfrs elected to chcIi House ajtrteing
tliprein.) that it be ant! tit lierebv DronosHi to the
elecum of this St ite to vote, at the next annual
Ortobr election, niton me approval or rej cium ot
the following amendment, at nddltlotmt section of
Article lourui uiu isiibihuuou oi tue buua oi
sect inn a. a commission, which (than consist
of five members, shall be appointed hy the Gov
ernor, with the advice nnd on sent of the Senate,
the members of which shall bold offiro for the
term of three years from and after the first day of
February, ISTC.to dispose of such part of : lie busi
ness then on the dockets of the supreme Court as
shall, bv armiiKement between said commission
and said con rt, be transferred to such commission;
and said commission tdiail have like Jurisdiction
and power In reopen to such business as are or
mnybe vested In sum court; and the members of
said coinniijiou shall receives tike compensation
for the time benm. with the judges or said cou t
A majority of the members of .said commission
shsll be necessary to form a quorum or pronounce
a decision, and its decision shall be certified, en-
ten hi and eutnrced as the ludtrments oftlit Su
preme Court, aud at the expiration of the term of
said commission, all business nndisposed of, shall
by it be certified to the Supreme Court and d is win
ed of as If said commission had never existed. The
cleik and reitorter of said court shall be the clerk
and reorter ot sam commission, ana the commis
sion siiall have such other attendants, not exceed-
iiik in numuer inose proviuea oy mw mrsaia
court, which attendants said commission may a-
noint and remove at its itieasure. Anv vacinev
oeenrrinif In aaid couinilssion shall hi filled by ap
pointment or the Governor, with the advice and
con wiit of the Senate if the Senate be lu session,
aud If the senate be not tn session, by the Gov
ernor, but lu such Inst case, such appointment
shall expire at the end of the next session of the
Ocneral Assembly. ThetJentral Assembly mav,
ou Hpptiratioti of the Supreme Court, duly eutereil
on the jouruul of the court nnd certified, provide!
by mw, whenever two-thirds ot such each House
shall concur therein, from time to time, for theap-
noiouneoi in mk miunipr oi a iiict romm wutin
with like powers, jurisdiction and duties; provi-
aea, nisi iite term oi any sucn cummissimi snail
not eicced two vears, nor snail It be created often
er than once In ten years. If this amend men t
snan oe nnopieu of a majority or me electors or
the State of Ohio, voting at the next election hold
en for the election of Senators and llepresenta-
linii.il winii uiut null mcilij -Ittll 111 (1111
fourth Article of the Constitution of the Stale of
At inch election the voters desiring to vote In
favor of the sdontfon .of this amendment, uball
"FOR THE COMMISSION;
The voters who do not favor the adoption of such
amendment, shall place upou their oil lots the
"AGAINST THE COMMISSION."
Speaker pro tem. el the Ilonse of Reprew-ntatives.
President of the Sen He.
Adopted March 30, 187i.
Proposing nn Amendment to the Con-
blitutioii ot the btate of Ohio.
KFOLVKO. BY THE fi ENERA L ASS!WBI,Y
OF TH K STATE OF OHIO. That an ameudiueiu
to tne const-itution oi tiie state ot Ohio be propos-
ea in tue lonowing woras, to-wit: otwitnstanfi
ItiB the provinions of the second section ot this Ar
ticle, the General Assembly shall have power to
provide by law, tor the assessment of a special tax
on dogs without regard to value, and to provide
for the confiscation and killing of such animals
upon t aim re or reiusai oi me owner, keeueror uar-
borer thereof, to pay auc'i stwciul tax. If this
amendment to the Constitution of the State of
Ohio shall be adopted by a majority of the electors
oiine em ate oi unio, vouutfttt me next election
holden for the election of Senators and Renretieii-
tatlves. snail become section seven of the twelfth
Artie eof the Constitution orthe MlatPofOblo. At
such election the voters desiring to vote in favor of
suia ameiiurneiii, miaii nave wniien orprmieaou
their ballots the words, "FOR AMENDMENT
TAXING IMH4H;" those desiring in voteaaliM
MENT TAXING DOGS '
GEO. L. CONVERSE,
Speaker of the Iloue of Representatives.
President of the Senate.
Adopted Man h S3, 1872.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R.
Passenger Trains will mi on this Boad, leaving
tue HTeral stations as foUows:
8 46 p ni
v iu p
I o a m
0 17 a in
43 a in
10 01 a in
to i' a m
G( UNO SOUTH.
& 3. b
i M a
6 43 a
7 18 a
S ! K
C. A- ft. W
6 20 p n
6 41 p 11
6 iw p r
7 15 p n
7 i". p r
8 0i p n
0 00 p .r
8 ii an
9 48 am
10 10 am
11 30 p m
IS 5i ni
I.. WILLIAMS, Gen'l Supt.
C. C. NELSON,
DEA1.EU IN '
STOVES & TIM WARE I
KEEPS constantly on hand a full
stock of all kinds of Stoves, Tin
and Slieet-irou Ware.
Moqflny, Guttering and Spouting,
promptly attended to on call, together
with repairing, cheap.
C. C. JS KXSUN.
E"Store in Gard's corner, on Main
street, opposite the Danser House.
?il BOOT k SHOE fit
Barron Street, Eaton, Ohio
T7"EEPS constantly 011 hand a large
JA. stock of first-class
BOOTS AND SHOES,
which he will sell at reasonable prices
for cash. He will do all kinds of Re
Qairins promptly, and on the most
llUCiai ICUU&. jrlc mill nuuii.
Christ. Brown's old stand, Barron
St., E ton, O.
Eaton, Fet. 4, 187o-tt
$20 000 WORTH OF
MEN. YOUTH AND BOYS.
NOW ON HAND AT THE
And ofl'eted at prices that will suit
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Trunks, Hats, Caps, &c,
Th9 Largest Stock Ever in Eaton
w ill be sold down to the lowest
THE GQ00S MUST Bt SOLD
And the only way to do it these
t nies is to make them
for everyone to buy.
CALL AND SEE
My stock before purchasing elsewhere.
O positc Jail. Stephens' Bloek,
tou, Ohio. HI. STUKiVl.
E atou, July 1, lS75-ly
irst flatioaal -Bank
Cash Capita!: SI 00.000
Bank of Discount & Dsposi-.
HAVIXG removed to ar.J ooenpied
oi. r old room in the Odd Fellows'
Building, which has be. n greatly en-
urged ami thoroughly n furuished with
. view to accoininwhitinz our business
wants more thoroughly. We do
A General Jiankiny Business,
n all its various forms : Keceivc Depos
its for either lc.nc. or shout tinii', nnd
allow ixtkrest on T 51E Dei osits as
per special agreement with parties mak-
ng the same.
C. F. BROOKE, Cashier.
June 11, lS74-tf
II. C. Hiest.md,
REBLE COUNTY BANK.
.IT JO1TO.V, O.
Ji.hn P. Acton.
K. C. K1ESTAND & CO.
Bank cf Discount & Deposit
JJ.ALt 1 .
Covernment and County
Bonds, Coin and Exc hana;e-
MONEY TO LOAN
ON LIBERAL TERMS.
INTEREST PAID OX TIME DEPOSITS.
Eaton, Feb. 4, 1875-ly
TIIE EVER POPULAR
HOWE SEWING MACHINE
AX be. seen at our ofllie as bt-low
nccilied. v. here will always be
found a full stock; also, a good supply
Silk Thread, Cottcn and
Every person w it-hing to buy a first-
class SEWIXiiJIACIIIXE should not
fail to call and examine our stock and
prices before purchasing elsewhu-e.
We claim lor tins maciuue
.1 Jtlore Elastic Stitch,
and b'itter adapted for all kinds of work
than anv other machine now in tne
market; and will guarantee entire sat
isfaction. Z2T Sold on easy terms, in. monthly
payments, if desired.
THE HOWE MACHINE CO.
DANIEL WIKEL, Jr.,
Supervising Ag' lit.
Eaton, Preble Co., O.
Eaton, March 11, 1875
m ftUSDAL & CO.,
Have received Irom Aew lort
A Large and Splendid Stock
CARPETS OF ALL
Wool and Cotton Yarns,
Window Shades and Fixtures,
Cottonades, Umbrellas &
Parasols, Hats, Shoes,
KNIVES & FORKS
And a great variety of other Ooods.
Our old customers and the public gen
erally are respectfully invited to call
and examine our goods.
Wool, Butter, Eggs, Feathers, Sags,
Are taken in Exchange for Goods.
Oct. 8. 1874. 40-tf
Dr. A. A. CHURCHILL,
T'TAVIXG permanently located
fi Dental Ollice in this place, is now
orcnared to do all kinds of first-class
work on short notice. All work war
ranted lo srive satisfaction.
Office on Barron St., over Kossman
Eaton. June 24, 18o-tt
OUINN a KLINGSE,
V .... .
Wholi'sale Manufacturer Jt Dealersln
Main Street, Eaton, Ohio.
January 1-V74 ly.
THE OKLY STOVE MADE
With Sliding Oven Doors,
Patented Feft. 1869. and Eejt 2, 1869.
Tin k Sheet-Iran Ware
mm nnnwtfn i
itii'.U H HitfblitlUi
Galvanised Work of
Crestings, &c, &c.
CSrep!iiiing promptly and
Gld Hags ? Iron Taken
SI op on Bitrrou Street, oppesite
C urt House.
Eaton, May 27, lS75-ly
A LARGE ARRIVAL
WM, M. WILSON'S,
DIRECT FROM -'
MladQlphia and New York.
Hats, Caps Boots. Shoe?, and
iJ Ail A J.U I.-
ei er brought to this market, which have
all been bought for CASH, at the
Lowest Market Price,
and w ill be sold at a: very small profit
to Cash Buyers, i ive a full
of the very latest designs and patterns.
Also, a full line ot
BI.FACHED 4 BROWS MIIP.TIXOS BROWS
MUSI.IW OP VALIL'ILS HltAUrt. I VI
BHEKTIVIJS, PILLOW CASE
'STRtl'ES. T.CK1XOS. GINO
TMst CU l-:VIOTS. TAHLE DIAPER.
CRASHES. COT TOJiADES, D ESI VS.
Every Thing in the Domestic Line;
A LARGE STOCK OF
BLACK ALPACAS, BRI LLIANTINFS, CASH-
3IEKES ruFl.ir.5. S.VlitliiS,
PLAIDS, TABLE LIXKNS,
ISHS, ASI) ISsERT
INttS. RIHBOXS. PARASOW.
SUN' SHAKES, FANS, U1IBRELLA3, AXD
IIOI Tt Y ,
of all Grades and Sizes.
Tweeds, Jeans, Cashmeretts, Cassl-
meres, Bombazines, Blankets, Bed
Spreads, Window Holland,
Lace Curtains. Also,
. LARGE STOCK OF-
Carpetsfi. Floor Oil-Glok
RUGS, and every thing you can call for
fit the Notion Hue.- Also, a large stock
of . ;
BOOTS AND SHOES,
which will be sold at bottom prices,
t3F" The highest mnrket price paid,
in cash or trade for WOOL.
Do not forget the place :
Opposite the Court House
Wm. M. WILSOX.
Eaton, April 8, 1875.
rilllE un lcrsigned would respectfully
L Inform the citizens of Camden and
vicinity, that he has opened a
NEW DRUG STORE
In Camden, On Main Street.
lie offers to the public a con pleto as
lUatFrMERY, TOlf.KT AHTICLES,
LAMPS A F1XTUBES,
Choice Cigars if Tobacco..
Pure WiDes .and Liquors,
for medical pm poses, and all the Pat
ent Medii ines of the day.
Tres riptions carefully compounded
at all hours, day or night.
t3Particular attention given to fill
ing Family llcci ipts.3
Also, have on hand a choice line -of
stapiy aim r aucy
Family Groceries !
All of which will be sold at LOW
PRICES. IIo would respectfully so
licit a share of public patronage.
JOH.N 1'. UUUUSIUHi.
N. B. Parties desirous of purchasing
PIANOS and ORGANS will do well by
calling on me before purchasing. Kx-
tra inducements ottered.- J. Jr. w .
Camden, Jnue 10, 137o-ly
'Tm PARKER GUN,
SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
PARKER BROS V
AND RETAIL DEALER
Ac, Ac, Ac.
03ri.iebest price in cash or trade, paid for Al "
Katon, Nov. il. 1STT. - -
E. E; DARRAGH,
AXD DEALER IX
tfletalic, Walnut, Imits
tion Rosa Wood Coffins
coustuully 0:1 hand.
In all styles, atteuded to 011 short no
tice, at lower prices tiian liiesame woi-k
can be had anywhere else.
Bodies Kept any length
without change of color r decay.
Xo Extra Charge for Long Drices.
if all kinds at. low rates.
Farmers ami Granger will do well
o ca:i on u-e for Undertaking and hir- .
.itnie. E- E. DAKKAGII.
l'ost Ofllee r.tiilding, Vitou, Ohio.
Eaton, Sept. 2, l7a-ly
All kin.Is of Job Printing
executed at the Democrat office