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Ttrcrshy,- l"ov. IS, 1S75.
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All wlio owe u
To pay t Immediately. .. . : .
Roads are siill goo&..-'Z
Your s'ubscriptioii i due. - : '
r Ohio has 30,000 mWnt.T,;
Oh the beautiful enow." -.--Euchre
parlies are popular... L
Long evenings iuo luxury.' L:::
- Pay-yonr leltihcn ybu can.
.., 2fever forsake your piiuciple. 1;
,The dance kmii has opcued.
' Send them iii-i-new subscribera..
Acorns are abuudant this season.'
' Deadly weapons whisky slings.
'smaiKtwir is all over the laud. Get
vaccinated. . v... .... . -
It looks as if our beautiful weather
hal gone glimmering. I ..' .' ., .' ; .
-heraucYabused and favdriU""poll
back" is said to be going oni of fash
""ThS . season' for- pork-chops , has
Qoaifon toast is rery nice. "dont
Thanksgiving TarkeyB are now in
Keep an ye on confidencemen and
swindlers. ... .
Give your children a good educa
tin. ' :: '' '
Success is one of the few things the
world never laughs at.
Treasurer Whiteside is now ready
to wait on his tax-paying friends.
,?vThere j considerable coon hunting
done in this neighborhood nightly
It it time that shooting matches for
Remember William Huffman's Bug
gy sale at West Alexaudria on Satur
day next. '
..i-oi.toi ? ilm "next vear and
VUU t- vnih , .
Philadelphia will inakesomethingont
V A . IV fi ?
"'-S i i i i
"In union there is strength,
aii,don.'l apply to mixing water with
Remember William IIuffumn's-Bug.
gy sale at West Alexandria on Satur
day next. " , '. ;.
Deservedly popular." AVe mean Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrun, for it never fails.
Physicians recomn-end it.
Don't men have their button-back
shirts?" asked, an innocent young
lady'.' 'Of course they have.
tBoys do not play truauU You will
regrefc having done 80 .when it is too
late. - ' v. .
. 25"ow is the time to subscribe for the
Democrat to read these long eve
nings. Resting when one is not tired is a
luxury which only lary people can enjoy-
-1 Who wilLie the first to send ns a
list' of new subscriber for the new
Xex weelc the war on Turkey will
begjuWe expect to- capture' the
breastworks" of one battery. "
Remember Wm. Huffman's Buggy
ale at West Alexandria on Saturday
next. , . ,
Lewisburg and vicinity, in this
county, is being afflicted with typhoid
fever, many cases of which are prov
ing fatal, i : . .
Due county prison has only eleven
inmates, and yet Hayes was elected
Governor and everything was to be
Look out for burglars. They infest
everv auarter. Better watch for them
now, than jitter they have ransacked
We. would, like to add about one
hundred new subscribers to the Dem-
it.it hpfnretho rear closes. .What
say our democratic friends ? !-
Every -vonng wpman conte.mplating
marriage" 'should prepare herself for
tlmt condition bv learning how to
split Juhdling wood and. build-fires.
If work does not get more plenty
you Uiay exipect U hear of n. unusual
number of smoke houses, bams, cel
lars and' chicken coops Aieing relieved
of their contents this winter
O wiug to the cold backward Spring,
qnairs'were"hatclied.'late,auit are nn-
u8oally,sni,alL,tliia 6easoiu. pucks are
fat. l)ut'"tiie "best varieties; mallard,
teal and.wood duck are scarce.
The "hold back" strap of mi Eaton
rirl broke as she was coming up Bar
ron street-the Jtttiicr day, 'and it took
four of our smartest young meu to
catch her before she . reached the bot
tom otthe Jil "..
An hTmahac says : "About this time
look ont foouls."; But h is not ue
cessary. .The, man who cannot catch
cold without looking out for it, hasn't
enternrise eriouahto . sneeze if he
should catch one. '
A fellow was found sunning him
sell in the moonlight on a store-box
last Saturday night, and singing to an
empty piut flask, as follows:
i "Bow very strange Lb&l Yu aad I
ToyelHur cannot pall,
Tor you are fall wlieu 1 am dry,
, i'. And drjr ne 1 m1nH.'":-,.J3(ljj,-
jrevvspapcra sho'ild "be taken iod
read by every school tea;hcr in the
county. If placed upou file and
the" dispo-al of the children, the op
portunitics when it wouid be picked
up and read would be so fiequent
to create surprise.
The fellow who performed ou
rope stretched across onr streets was
not such a fool after all. He under
stood bis biz, and in order to make
his show a success, he opened with
littlq teligioas ceremony which was,
lifting collection I
LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Death of John Van Doren
One by one our old settlers are
passing away, and in a few years the
last one will have joined the innumer
able host "over the river.1 On 1 hurs
day last Mr. Vas Dorks' started for
town on horseback, and when within
a few rods of the cirporate limits, he
was seeu to fall from his horse. As
sistauce was immediately tendered by
kind friends, but the deceased was
found to be insensible, and so remain
ed in a coinalo state up to the time of
his death, which occurred iu the af
ternoon. It is supposed that be was
stricken with paralysis, as his death
was so sudden and unexpected to all
his friends.., . . i ..i
John" Van Dorks was born in Lan
ier Township, Preble county, in 1806,
and at the. time of his death was aged
69 years, 4 mouths and 3diys. The
deceased was a quiet and peaceable
mau, and by industry and economy
through life, had acquired considera
ble of an estate, chiefly consisting in
a large aud valuable tract of land ly
ing immediately north -west of Eaton,
where he resided at the time of bis
death. His wife died many years
gO-j by whom -he had four sons and
one daughter, all of whom are still
living and honorably settled to them
selves in life.
The Eaton Steam Flouring Mill.
. .This enterprise so much needed by
the citizens of Eaton and surrounding
country, is about completed, aud as
the proprietors, Messrs. Likdsey Jb
Reynolds, are men of energy and per
severance they are entitled to the pat'
ronage of the public. They are no
transient persons, for when they com
menced the Mill last summer, they
identified themselves with this com
munity by becoming citizens of the
town. - They are moral aud respecta
ble, men, and from their intercourse
with the community have gained the
confidence of the public, so far as
their business relations have extend
ed.'; They are both practical machin
ists, the senior gentleman having
heretofore been extensively engaged
in milliug brings to bear iu the bust
Hess great experience. As to the
Mill, it is a neat structrirc, substanti
ally built iu a convenient locality, and
as near fire-proof as it was possible to
make it. The inside work is all new
and ' of modern design. Thero are
three run of French burrs, two "for
grinding wheat aud one for corn and
chop feed. . The gearing is well plan
ned; and ruu3 steady and true. The
elevators, bolting aparatus, smut ma
chine and wheat . brasher are all in
place and of magnificent designs. The
whole machiuery is - propelled by a
small stationary Engine of about forty
horse power, placed upon and attach
ed to a solid stone, which gives sta
bility to the power. The mill has the
capacity of manufacturing about 120
barrels of flour iu twenty-four hours.
We were , present one day last week,
while - the mill was in motion, and
have no hesitancy in pronouncing it
a model structure. With good wheat,
the mill must turn out a fine grade of
flour, aud both it and the proprietors
are worthy of public patrouage, which
we have no doubt they will receive.
Remember William Huffman's Bug
gy sale at West Alexaudria on Satur
day next. . J '' :
Wm. Sheajfeb and Levi Schxeus-
ee, living north ot &aton, were ar
rested by Marshal Ryan on Thursday
last,;; charged with burglarizing' the
sto re-house of Joxas Widener, some
three weeks ago, and taking out of it
about thirty gallons of sorghum mo
lasses. They had a preliminary hear
ing before Mayor Foos ou Saturday
last, and opou the evidence were held
to the Common Pleas Court in the
sum of 1500 each, which they failed to
give and were committed. : .
All kinds of Collars at M. Sturm's,
and the cheapest and best in town.
The epizooty is quite a common
thing' here now,' as well a in many
other parts of the county. It dou't
seem to be "catching," but is, so to
speak, ;?iu the air." It is iu a very
mild form, and does not incapacitate
horses for work. Ihera is not as
much coughing as when the disease
was prevaleut three years ago, and
the principal symptom is running at
the nose. , If they are carefully used,
horses having it now will probably
be . all right before the very cold
weaiher comes on. .'
Ton will always ttnd something new
in the way o men and ooys' wear at
M. S.' arm's. Call and see.
This is the month for Thanksgiv
ing, aud all thoso turkeys, ducks aud
geese that are not tired of this life,
should set about organizing for self
protection. If they do not their necks
will pay tho penalty. Thanksgiving
day is hard upon the feathered edi
bles, but everybody who has any New
England blood in his veins, thinks it
the sweetest of the holidays.
If you want to buy a "nobby" ready-
made or made to order suit of clothes,
go to M. Sturm's.
The season has come when the far
mer tells his boy if he husks ten bush
els of corn, hauls iu five shocks ot
stalks, cuts a load of wood, feeds the
critters and curries down the horses,
he can go gunning the rest of the day.
It being towards dark the sou gener
ally . hunts in the boggy, and some
times the old man finds he has more
game than he expected.
m m m ii m
Dr. Chase's Kecipk Book should be
in every household in the country, as
is replete with practical information on
every subject which may arise in the
house, on the farm, in the workshop,
aud in the office. It must meet with
ready sale. See the advertisement
aw ther column of our paper. We pre
dict that whoever is fortunate enough
to secure an Agency in this section
this wonderful book, a ill surely make
There are some people who cannot
be persuaded to believe there is vir
tue in advertising, because having ad
vertised once, people did not rush in
to their places of business and pro
claim the fact that they had seen the
advertisement, aud by it been per
suaded to come and buy big bills.
Like every other business operation,
advertising, to be tnado profitable,
must be methodical and continuous.
There is so much in every weekly pa
per to engross the attention of the
reader that a casual advertisement is
ofiiines forgotteu almost is soon as
read. But when day after day the
name and place of the man of busi
ness greet the eye of the reador, they
become impressed almost indelibly on
the mind, so that both become famil
iar; aud .the reasonable probability
is, that when that reader wishes to
make a purchase, he will read the ad
vertisement and curiosity will prompt
him to call aud see whether its per
sistent promises are verified. A. T.
Stewart's advertising account footed
up $85,000. "Ah," but exclaims one,
"he can afford to advertise. See what
a business he docs!" Just so, but
pray, how did he manage to create
such an enormous trade? By adver
tising. Close as he may be in his oth
er transactions, he has ever been a
liberal advertiser and has had his re
See the card of the new firm, Deem
& Co., and go and examine their stock
of goods and prices. They meau bu
A Spirit of Enterprise.
A spirit ofenterpri.se has been man
ifested this season by onr people iu
the many works of beautifying and
improving their residences. We are
glad to notice a fact that is so signifi
cant of a desire to have our city pre
sent a good appearance so far as the
tidiness of private residences is con
ccrncd. Those who are' thus beauti
fying their houses arc not only con
tributing to the good appearance of
the city but are furnishing attractions
that will make home the dearest spot
ou earth to their children, and by this
means may hold them aloof from the
tomptitions to which they would be
exposed' were their homes repulsive
in their surroundings, causing them
to seek pleasure elsewhere. Every
dollar expended in improving the
family mansion and its surroundings
is so much in the moral and intellec
tual improvement of the household
Let the good work go on.
A magnificent stock of the best quali
ty of ready-made clothing is now being
offered very low at the clothing house
of M. Sturm.
Gen. Joe Ueigek delivered his pop
ular lecture on "Snapping-turtlcs,'
lastTnesday eyeningtoa. large and
appreciative nudieuco in the - city
Hall.- TIiSs lecture and the delivery
of it neyer tails to give Mtivfociion to
its audiences. -'- - -
'Ti6 time for popping corn, the
question, and quillings are now in or
der.", .Very many young ladies think
popping the question is always iu or
der. Indeed, one was heard to re
mark that she had as lief .be courted
in the summer as winter, in the spring
as in the fall no difference to her, so
they meant business and could afford
a house with a bay window, nnd a
green house, aid a blue grass yard
aud a brown stone front, with gravel
ed walks. This meek-hearted girl
would not be so absurdly proud as to
let the season have anything to do
with her humble efforts to make some
man happy. :
Tou will save money by purchasing
your clothing at the establishment of
Now that winter is coming and
fires are in order, we wish to caution
married gentlemen against the dan
ger of getting np early and building
fires. Their constitutions were not
made for such work, and if persisted
in will lead to certain death. Women
stand that sort of thing much better
and, besides, a-man who gets up
the morning and makes tho fire for
his wife to cook breakfast on, looses
all chances of preferment in the Lazy
Club though he may be tolerated in
holding the baby while his wifo splits
the kindling and brings iu the coal.
Jf yon want a tut, cap, necktie, coat.
vest or pants, of the very latest style
go to M. Sturm's before his assortment
Our friend, Mr. Jons Lasper, who
keeps one of the best Groceries in Ea
ton, has just replenished his stock with
a fresh lot of all kinds of articles gen
erally found at such places. lie has on
hand a choice lot of a pies which he is
offering as low as any other house i
Eaton, and his stock of Coffees, Teas
and Sugars, are of the best quality.
while his assortment of other a: tides
that go to make up a first-class grocery.
are excelled nowhere. Give him a call
and examine his goods and wares.
The largest lot of clothing that has
ever been brought to Eaton can now be
seen at the store of M. Sturm free of
As the season for fall Clothing is at
hand, people naturally desire to know
where to get the best bargains. Morris
Stukm, having been in business here for
several years, and by keeping only the
best quality ol Ready-made Clothing
and Furnishing Goods, and selling
the lowest prices, has built up a busl
ness second to none in our place, aud
you want anything in the clothing line
there can be no harm in calling and
taking a look at his imnieme stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere, as he charg
es nothing for showing goods.
Portsmouth, O., is terribly afflicted
with the small-pox. The citizens are
fleeing tho city.
Now look out for "the money that
chinks." You won't get any, bat still
yon can "look oat" for it.
A Spirit of Enterprise. QUERY?
Two million dollars of gold is to
be sold during the month of Novem
ber, five hundred . thousand each
Thursday, as usual.' Good enough.
The gold thus becomes a commodity.
is sold just the same as is wheat
or corn, or any other prod net of the
earth. The Government does not
treat it as money. ' It is not, accord-
ing to the practice of our Republican
Administration, money, but is a com-
odity. The greenbacks are the
money, and they buy this commodi-
ty. They will also buy wheat and
corn and other farm products. There
is no difference except in the price
paid, between wheat and gold, ac
cording to this theory. We have
plenty of wheat in the country. ... we
haven't of gold. . Now, why not come
down to a heat basis, which is large
enough ' to hold us? And echo ans
Two good fellows have been left
out of the Ohio Legislature this scs
sion by being ambitious for a State
office. Mr. Esbelman, of Wayne,
was a candidate for Auditor of State,
and declined a renomination for the
Legislature in his county of which
he was certain to be a candidate for
the position named. Mr. Green, of
Shelby county, who beat Mr.. Esbel
man in the 17th or June Convention
for Auditor, was the nominee of bis
party in Shelby for Representative.
After being nominated for Auditor
he," of course, withdrew from the
chase for Representative honors. He
was beaten for election by 3,94a
votes. He and Eshelman would have
both been elected Representatives
bad they not bet n candidates for
Auditor, and both were exceedingly
valuable members ot tne House last
Six thousand speeehes were made
in the late ULuo canvass. . More
peeches than majority for theRads.
Positively the Best.
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cher
ry and Uorlhoukd Is the very best
compound ever prepared, advertised or
sold by any person or under any name
whatever lor tne immediate relief and
permanent cuie of Coughs, Colds.
Croup, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis,
Asthma, aud all (Ii-eases ot a Consump
tive trne. It will thorourhlv eradicate
these alarming symptoms in one half
the time required to do so by any other
medicine. It is purely vegetable. and
contains not a imrllcle of opium or oth
er dangerous dm?. Physicians all over
tlie countiy endorse it as the most em-
cucious auiidote known for all disord
ers of the throat and lungs. It neier
laus. i-yery tiottle guaranteed io per
form exactlr as represented. Be sure
toobtain Dr.Morrls' Syrup of Tar, Wild
Cherry and Horehound. Trial size, 10
cents. For sale by Michael & Son.
Nov. 4, 1875-1 in
J.T.Diin, L. Risi.ioan, J.CHAWKixe.
J. T. DEEM & CO.
WE have opened in the room recent
ly occupied bv 1 M. Deem, a
full line rf
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
Also, a nice stock of Cloths. Cassimeres.
Clothing Made to Order.
We invite evcrylHxly to call ai d ex
amine our goods and prices.
.NOV. 18, 1875-3H1
LIVE AGENTS 'WANTED,
To.sell Dr. Chase's Recipes; or In
formation forEverrbodr.in every coun
ty in tne tin ttu Mates and Uanadas.
Enlarged by the publisher to (148 pagiS.
It contains over 2000 household recipes
and is suited to all classes and condi
tions of society. A wonderful book and
a housch Id neessitr. It sells at sight.
Greatest inducements ever offered to
book agents. Sample copies sent by
mail,-postpaid, for $2,00. Exclusive
territory given. Agents more than dou
ble their money. Address Dr. Chase's
Steam Printing House, Ann Arbor,
.Kov. 18, liJ7o-4m
Case No. 3664.
P. Young, Adm'r.&c.,) Order of
vs. V h a 1 e o n
Joseph McDonald & wife. ) Mortgage.
(IT virtue of a third plurius order of
U sale issued from the Court of Com
mon Fleas of Freble county, Ohio, 11
the above stated case, and to the Sheriff
. ' . .
of said county directed, I will offer for
sale at public auctiou, at tne uoor 01 tne
Court house, in .baton,
On Saturday, 2Tov. 20, 1875,
between the horrs of 1 and 4 o'clock, p.
m., tbe following premises, situate in
Preble county, Ohio, and described as
items 40 seres, strict measure, out of
tne west liall ot tbe soutn-west quarter
of Section number S,Township6, Range
2, east. It being the east halt of said
quarter aud out of the south eud of the
Also, the east half of the said south
west quarter section, except however
that portion of said east half quarter
that is sitnate on the east side of Paint
cretk, being about four acres of ground.
Appraised at I So per acre.
TERMS One-third of the purchase
money cash in hand, one-third in nine
months and the residue in eighteen
mouths from the day of sale, deferred
payments to be secured by mortgage on
the premises, and to bear 6 per cent, in
terest iroin day 01 sale.
JOHN TO WJS SEAL, Sheriff.
Foos & Fisiiek, Att'ys.
Oct. 21, 1875-tds prf 7,80
Case No. 3733.
Incorporated Co. of Gaar, "1
bcott io., 1 1 reDie
E. W. Jones, A. M. Tru- I Pleas.
ax, et al. )
BY vittue of an execution issued
from the Coui t of Common Pleas,
and to me directed, I will offer lor sale
in Gasper township, lu said county
On Saturday, December 4, 1875,
between the hours of 1 aud 4 o'clock,
in., 01 Sam nay, tnetouowing described
pers- cai property, bcloninnir to JS. W.
Jones & A. M. Truax, to-wit : One
Portable Steam Saw Mill and all the
machinery pertaining thereto. Takeu
to satisfy judgment iu above case.
JOHN TOWNSEND, Sheriff.
Nov. 18, 1875-tds prf $2,40
NOTICE is hereby giv n that the
undersigned has been duly ap
pointed and qualified as Executor
the estaie of Hannah M. Shuliz, late
rrewe county, unio, aee'd.
Nov. 4, 1878-w
Abwtract of the Journal of Ir.
ceediag-n of-the Hoard of Con.
mlHaioBern or Preble ceutjr,
for the Month of Oct 187.
EATON, Oct. 2, 1875.
B. Brubaker was appointed free-
pike Commissioner on the Intersection
fre pike, vice Henry Ileckmau resigned.
it. r . roainie's resienatii n as fre Dike
Commissioner on the Short freeoike was
accepted, and no appointment to fill va-
? r K .r
,ko oriere(i to k- rt!.iUPfHi t writ-
ine and filed wli b the Auditor, on or
before the 23d of Oct.
A. M.Truax presented an account of
s2d,4o, for lumber furnished the Paint
Creek Bridge, bold account allowed,
and paid trom bridge fund.
Valentine Paulus wasappoiutcd free-
pike Commissioner on the Quiun free-
pike, vice John Cook resigned
A certified account of 15,00" was al
lowed Kob't II. Brown, for stone fur
nished Ob tne Camdeu and tairhaven
freepike. paid from bridge fund.
!. . & u. s. uostict were allowed
the fallowing sums, viz: For lumber
furnished, the Short fre pike. tl9,3i
rl,flnPM(r hHli ,r ri
Scvenniife. Cr.. 53.91. and timber and
plank furnished for fouiida ion platform
of souih abutment of Paint brklsre. 59,-
f amcuntii g in the aggregate to 152.-
OCT. 23d, 1275.
The Champion Iron Bridge having
completed bridge No. 2, on the Eaton
and Somerville load and the same hav
ing been examined and accented and an
order was directed to be drawn in favor
of Bostick and Brother for $400,00, and
3,40O,OO in favor of said Champion
Bridge company, being balance lu run
Paid from bridge fund.
X donation of $83,25 was made the
Dillman freenike toaid in the erection
of a bridge ou said freepike, paid from
Kob't Swisher was allowed $25,50 for
stone and masonry on the i uphemia A
lasune ireepike; paid from bridge fund
Ueliry Oretlitling was allowed $33,00
lor extra wort on bridge AO. 4, .baton
I A. C Ml- II l . ,
ZTZTr . ZE? '
rl'liia ilf'liiir rliA flnv fni tiA nelilaM.
tiou of the I)ixon township ditch, and
the proceedings not being regular the
matter was postponed until Wednesday.
Nov. 3d, 1875.
The Eby road matter was taken up by
tne isoaru, ana atu r hearing the argu
ments ol the couusel in the case con
cluded to open up the question. Camp
bell a, uilinore, attorneys, asked that
their exceptions inav be entered of re
cord, which is accordingly doue; there
upon Dy consent or all parties, matter
was postponed for final hearing until
Felix M. Green was allowed (7,20 for
naintinz dials ol the Town ( lock: said
amount raid from county fund.
uaviu uvernoitz wa3 allowed $30.21
for labor on culvert near F. A. Pierce's
residence ; said accountpaid from bridge
J. B. Stock was allowed $25.20 for
laying up stone for culverts on the Ox
ford aud Gettysburg ireepike; said ac
count paid irom bridge fund. .
Henry Freichtliug was allowed $1,-
B4,sici lor lauor on Drldge iNo. 4, Kalon
& borne villeltoad Improvement; said
amount paid from bridge fund; also.
szuz.ou ior arm worn on tne approach-
e , wiiich was paid by bwuds one year
alter uate, oearing j per cent, interest
it en ben l'otteuger was allowed $18.
on Engineer s estimate, for protection
of bridge JNo. a, at Bcasley Branch.
ine American Uloca I'omnsnv pre
sented a bill amounting to $600, $400 of
w I lull was allowed from county fund
an.! a conditional note of $2O0 parable
one year alter uate.
Board adjourned to meet JNov. 3rd
D. G. PRUGH, Pres't.
W. I. BARNHISER, Aud.
NOTICE is hereby given that a peti
tion will be presented to the Com
missioners of Preble comity, Ohio, at
tneir regular session in lecember next
asking the appointment of Commission
ers to lay out and establish a Freepike
along the following route, to-wit : Com
mencing at the Hamburg and Eldorado
improved itoau, in Monroe township,
where the National road crosses said
Improved road; thence west with the
centre of said National road through
sections nt;mter zu, 3U and 31, 41 on rot
township, and in, Jefferson towmhin.
to the crossing of Main street, in the
village of uettyssurg, in said county,
mere to term marc.
Oct. 23, 1S75-W4
NOTICE is hereby given that a
petition will be presented to
the L'dmm-iwioners of Preble county,
Ohio, at their next regular session, in
December, asking the appointment of
Commissioneis to lay out and estab
lish a Free Turnpike along the follow
ing route, to-wit : Commencing at a
point In tho Monroe Central Free
Turnpike, about 10 rods to ith of the
north-west corner of Section number
15, Monroe township; thence east
along the centre of the present dirt
road through said Section 15 and Sec
tion 14 to the West Manchester Im-
proved road, there to teriniuate
I ti r 1 w npTripi we
Nov. 11, 1875-w4
L. C. ABBOTT,
AitsmiieT at Law & Notary P.Vic,
Office 11 Odd Fellows' building, south
west corner, up stairs.
C2T Legal busintss promptly attend
ed to. I Aug. au, '70
A nratn1nnt New Ynrk nhv.lrtan latnlv mm.
platiuMl iu HILDAS lilCK dk CO. aloul lliefr San
dalwood Oil Capsule, staling- that somen mes tbejr
curm mmcuiuiiNi, out ma, m pauvm UI nis naa
that several Imitations were sold, he Inquired and
tsKen tuein wiinout eirecc. un uetug inrornieu
tound bis patieut bad not been taking
UIl'K 4: CO S.
What hsnoened to tills nhrslclan mar tiare
happened 10 othera.and OUNDAS Diet & CO.
tak. tins metnou ol protecting pnyslclans, flriiff-
5iis and tbeinselTPS, and prrvt-ntlng Oil ofban
alwnod from cootfnK Into Uinreoule.
FH Ylt'l A won once prescribe tbo Capsules
will COST! NV IS T IX) SO. ror tliev contain tbe
PCIIKOILilt Hie BESlVAN'l) CHEAPEST fbrm.
Ul'N'DAB DICK 4 CO. use more Oil of Sandal
wood than all the Wholesale and Hetail Drucirlsis
and Perfumers In tbe United States com bliit-d. and
this Is the SOLE reason why tbe PVilK OIL
sola CHttArcmn tueir vapsuies man in any
OIL OF SANDALWOOD isiasi suDersedinr e-
try other remedy, sixty C'upsules ONLY beluic re
quired to Insure a aleaiid certain cure instxor
eight days. From do other medicine caaltaa re
sult lie had.
Dl'NDAS DICK A C'J-S SOFT CA FSULF.SSOl.e
the problem, louir considered by eminent physl.
clans, ol how to avoid the nausea and disitiiat ex-
nerienced in swallowing, which are well known
detract froro.lf not destroy, IbeKood eoects
many valuable remedies.
Sntt Cu.ii.ules are out UD In tin-Toll and nest box-
es. thirty in each, audaretha only Capsules lire-
acrinen nv pnvsici.ins.
TASTELKSS M KDICI x ex. castor Oil ana
many other nauseous m dlt-tnes cnu be taken eas
ily anl safely In DCS DAS DICK COWSOIT
CAl-SULKS. NOTASTK. SOHMELL.
rtiese were lite only cupsuies adatictea
tne iai rsns E.xiMisitinn.
SOLD AT ALL DUIU ClUttlUS UJLUJb.
Opt . an. 187..
rnntAlntniT fomnlfii- list of All the townnlnthc
United Eiinles, tbe Territories and the iMmitiilon
Canada, hav Intra popalaUoD greater limn S,0oo
arconiiiiK iu tue imi census, wfrmer wnn
naniM of the nwsDatera liavins ibc lamest local
circulation In each of the pUces named, Alan,
; catalogue of newspapers wiiich are recommended
to aiveriinvrn as givmK treait;s. vitiue iu jiuMjr
tloa to prices charged. Altto, all new(terfi In
United HttMv and Canada printing orer 6,000 cop
ies each Issue. Also, all the Kelifrtotis. Agricultur
al, Scientific and Mechanical, Medical, Masonic,
Juvenile, Education), Commercial, Insurance.
Keal E-iUt4, Lw, Sjportlnjf, .Musical, Fashion,
other spec.nl elast Joarnals; very complete lint.
Together with a complete lint of over 300 German
papers pnnteu id ine unuea einies. aiaii, an
; tav noon advertlsinE: manr table of rates, show-
and every thing which a beit Inner in advertising
inr ine wwi ui auvrrusiiiK in vnu iirwauBneri,
Wnuta iiko iu anow.
Afinraaa - ulu. r. KvwEiiLa uu.
A Park Bow, Kw York.
fXrt is, iffvs -
FAMILY ... GROCERIES
' -,,.,;r '. . AKD
H. C HILL
INVITES especial attention to his
Ftotk of FAMILY GROCERIES &
PRODUCE, of which he keeps a full
and complete stock at his old stand on
Baron Street Eaton, O.,
He flatters himself that he can sell
as low as any other house in town, and
wllliceepalwayson hand the bestbrands
PROVISIONS, vegetables, almonds
FPfOKH, ., TEAS. ...
ii '' I BUTTER, CHK.KS'B
AM1CY FLOUR, ' CORN MEAL, t RICE.
Salt by the Barrel.
The patronage of the public is solicited
To The Public.
EOBIKSON CHAUms k CO.
KEEP for utile at tjCI W EST HlRVET PmnKS
11 NK, POPULAR nl ASH Flouring. Dressed
Pine and PnnulsrKlde1nv.Dm.wd AihPln.nil
pirL4nri.iiaiii.iu i . i h ii r. it ,
MOULDINGS. Mil IXdT.EH. I.ATR.
HTA1K BALLL'STEKS. NEWEL POSTS, 4c
Are also prepared to furnish
Factory Doors for $2,00 and $2,50.
DOORS. WINDOW FRAMES SARB PABFl
nnd Dalten Doors Slid to HAW np, MOULD OR
TURN LUMBER to order. We intend to Bake 11
to tne interest or those ueedlng anything In otu
HIOHEST MARKET PniCR PAID FOE DM
. 1-ljr-l.An AA U ASH LLNUhH,
B.AIOD, April 1 .157S. IT
I. M. ANDERSON,
MANUFACTURER ABU DEALER IN
Harness, Saddles. Bridles?
COLLARS, WKIPS, &C.
And all poods generally found in a first-
class saddle aud Harness establishment.
Fine Harness a Speciality
March 4, lS75-Cm
BROWN & LOY
HAVE opeue ' a Shoe Shop overLong
necker's Grocery, and solicit a share
of the public patronage. We call spe
cial attention to our Custom Made Sew
ed Boots & Shoes. .
All Work Warranted
to nt and suit. Mending doue with
neatness and despatch.
BROWK & XOY.
Eaton, Oct. 141875
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R.
Fimcftx Tiahii vQl ru a this laid, lsnisg
u wmi station u fellers :
No. 14 Vo. M No. f
... ' . ' ". Accom. CltMiro Si C.4FI W.
Cincinnati w.. . 700 9 ni7aoam
Hsmllton 4 00 p. m. 8 05 p juvsiam
SomerTllle... loo p mM p nttosam
lmdeii (20 p ml 46 B ID 117 ID
Kston. i&g p ml 10 p mo 49 am
Kloreuce..,. 41 p u la p m 10 01 am
Rlclimond T 40 p mm pmloSiam
No. 17 No. 19 No. S7
. , Chlcsiro Ex C. t Ft. W. Accom.
Rlchmotiil iu vmotopmswam
Florence ...... in m 41 p ni I II am
Eatna m 4 11 a U6&5 p iu 10 20 am
C:aindn 63S a m 7 IS p m it 00 am
feooif rvllle 4 43 a m Til p - mil IS am
HamlltonMw.. 7 18 a ailos p mlltspm
Cincinnati...... 8 to a iu 00 p ml 40 p m
; L. WILLIAMS. Gen 'I Bupt.
4 TIN WARE I
CAMDEN, OHIO. .
KEEI'S constantly on hand a full
stock of all kinds of Stoves, Tin
and Sheet-iron Ware.
Booflnrf, Guttering and Spouting,
promptly attended to on call, together
with repairing, cheap.
C. C. NELSON.
EP"Store in Gard's corner, on Main
street, opposite the Danser House.
. June 10, 1875-ly
Barron Street, Eaton, Ohio
T7"EEPS constantly on hand a large
.. stock of first-class
BOOTS AND SHOES,
which he will sell at reasonable prices
for cash.- lie will doall kinds of Re
oairinflr promptly, and on the most
liberal teims. Line him a call.
Christ. Brown's old stand. Barron
St., E: ton, O.
$20000 WORTH OF
MEN. YOUTH AND BOYS.
SOW OK UAJTD AT i'HB
And offered at prices that will (uit all
GENTS' FURNISHING GGCDS
Trunks, Hats, Caps, &c,
The Largest Stock Ever in Eaton!
v ill be sold down to the lowest
THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD
And the only way to do it these hard
t mes is to make them
Now Is your
CALL AND SEE
My stock before purchasing elsewhere.
O- posite Jail. Stephens' Block, Ea
ton, Ohio. M. STURM.
X atxxi, Jtiry-l, XSffi-fs
First National Bank
Cash Capital: $100,000
Bank of Disconst & Deposif,
HAVIJiO removed to and ocenpied
our old room In the Odd Fellows'
Building, which has bet'n creatlv en
larged and thoroughly ri furnished with
a view to accommodating our business
wants more thoroughly. We do
A General Banking Business,
in all its various forms : Keceive Depos
its for either long or short time, aud
allow i.XTtREST on T ME Deositsas
per special agreement with parties mak
ing the. same.
June 11, 1874-tf
I IILULL uUUil I I Uftiil
.ir JE,MTOJ o.
H. C. Hiestand, I John P. Acton,
Audrew Hiestand, I Win. B. Tizzard
Jacob H. Foos.
H. C. HIESTAND & CO.
Bank of Discount & Deposit
Government and County
Bonds, Coin and Exchange
MONEY TO LOAN
ON LIBERAL TEUMS.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Eaton, Feb. 4, 1875-ly
jTAN be seen at our office as below
J specified, where will always be
found a full stock; also, a good supply
Silk Thread, Cotton and
Every person wishing to buy a first-
class SEWIXii MACHINE should not
fail to call and examine our stock and
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
We claim for this machine
af Jtlore Elastic Stitch.
and better adapted for all kinds of work
than any other machine now in the
market (-and will guarantee entire sat
isfaction. C9Sold on easy terms, in monthly
payments, if desired.
fKE HOWE MACHINE CO.
DANIEL WIKEL, Jr.,
Eaton, Preble Co., O.
Eaton, March 11,1875
WH AUSDAL & CO.,
Have received from New York
A Large and Splendid Stock
CARPETS OF ALL
Wool and Cotton Yarns,
Window Shades and Fixtures,
Cottonades, Umbrellas &
Parasols, Hats, Shoes,
Looking CI as-aes,
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 goods.
Wool, Butter, Eggs, Feathers, Hags,
Are taken in Exchange for Goods.
Oct. 8, 1874. 40-tf
Dr. A. A. CHURCHILL,
AVINQ permanently located
Dental Office in this place, is now
prepared to do all kinds of first-class
work on short notice. All work war
ranted to give satisfaction.
Oince on Barron bt., over Bossman &
liamljiilge s bakery.
r.atnn, June z, iso-tr
QUINN & KLINGER,
Wholesale Manufacturers fc Dealers In
FINE-CUT CHEW INC
Uain Street, Eaton, Ohio.
January 15, '74 ly.
TIS ONLY 6T0VE MADE
WAh Sliding Oven Doors.
Pitertad Teb. S. 1C38, and Sept 1, 1889.
Tin L Shget-Iron Ware!
TIN EQD, NWM I Siy'JIC'S,
Galvanized Work of all
Crestlngs, &c., &c.
C-Repairing promptly and neatly
Old Itaeu f Iron Taken
Si" op on Barron Street, opposite the
K Eaton. May T. 187MT
THE EVER POPULAW
HOWE SEWIHG MACHIE
IRON .& HARMAEE
rr i is.
Commercial Block, id door. Main St.
EIDS0K & TEGRO0T
ANNOUNCE to their
friends and the pubr
lie that they have on I. and
and intend to keep a constant assort
IRON. STEEL NAILS &
wiiich thy will seli on reasonable
Thev have an unlimited supply of all
kinds of .
Also exclusive Ajrents forthecelebrated
ROAD & SPRING
The he.t of
BLACKSMITHS' YOL'OHIOOHEN V 'XAL
al'-ays on hand at the lowest marke
pric . EIDSON & DEGKOOl'.
Eaton, ten. 11, i7-iy
SAVE YOUR MONEY
BV BUYING OF
DEALEIt IS "-
Gents' Furnishing Goods-
A choice assortment of
ready to be made up to older in Gents' '
Clothing. Al-o, a large stock of
oidiflercnt sty.es. which he will sell as
low ns any bouse in Knton. IIATM
and CAPS of every style at small
profits. Call at the old stand, 2 doors
east of Cherry street, in his New Block.
Faton, O., April 22, J875.; j..
'THE PARKE RGUH,
J5END STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
PARKER BROS .
13 WEST MERIDEN.CT.
1HE unJersigucd would respectfully
inform the citizens of Camden and
vicinity, that he has opened a
NEW DRUG- STORE
In Camden, On Main Street.
He offers to the public a con plete as-
, sortment of
Tvurna ' f!irrvlpii.q '
I'ERFfMEBY, TOILET ARTICLES,
VARNISHES, ' GLASS. - V
LAMPS " FIXTURES,
Choice Cigars S Tobacco.
T TIT! 3 T i
rure vniDes ana juiqnors,
for medical purposes, and all the Pat- ,
. r .i i i c . i
cut UlCUll ui tue U'JV.
Pres. riptions carefully compounded
at nil hours, day or night.
E-Particular attention given to fill
ing Family Receipt9.gJ
Also, have on band a choice line of
btaply and amy
Family Groceries !
All of which will be sold at LOW
PRICES. He would respectfully so
licit a share of public patronage.
JOHN P. WOODSIDE.
N. B. Parties desirousof purchasing
PIANOS and ORGANS will do well bv
callirsr on me bfttnrR niimnnmnv.
ira inducements ottered. J. F. w.
Camden, June 10, 1875-ly ,
AND RETAIL DEALER
Ac, ftc, c
HrHnrnpctDrice in casn or trade. taia ror al
kliids of ..
Eaton, Not. SI. 1871.
E. E. DARRAGH,
AND DEALER IS
Metalic, Walnut, Imila
tion Rose Wood Coffins
Shuis, Lining' anil Triffi&isgs !
constantly on Land.
In all styles, attended to on short no
tice, at lower prices than the same work
can be had anywhere else.
Bodies Kept any Length
without change of color rr decay.
2To Extra Charge for Lotig Drive
X U Jfcfc XV X A U JO, iA
of all kinds at low rates.
Farmers and Grangers will do well
to call ou me for Undertakinsran-' Fur
niture. E. E. DAKKAGH.
Post Office BuiWinjr, Eaton, Oliio.
Eaton. Sept. 2, 1875-ly
Jeffp.rson & Flpmiagf Frcp's
HE proprietors would announce
that they have refitted their old
stand, atidarenow prepared to accom-
mouate tne Hungry wicn
at all hours. Hot CofTee, Sandwitches,
Eggs and Fresh Oysters in any.
manner desired. Give us a call, when
JEFFERSON & FI EHIXO.
Eaton , Sept. 30, 1875-tf