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tec. 2, 1S75.
Too much soft corn.
Pay your taxes now.
Ilcn fruit 2 cents apiece,
. Jlcalth in Eaton good.
Organize greenback clubs.
No small-pox in Eaton.
The year 1S75 is growing weak.
Christmas comes on Saturday.
Take your county paper first.
. We want some wood on subscrip
tion. The epizoo'.ic is beginning to disap
pear. : Remember Huffman's buggy sale
on Saturday next.
Donlap & Deem were paying il
for hogs on Monday. Good enough.
The whisky war has opened in Mew
Paris, this "county. ' It beats St. Louis.
Remember Huffman's buggy sale
on Saturday- - '
In a few weeks Leap Tear parties
will lake "a deal."
Buy your truit irees oi j. . ju-o-Xcal.
' . :. '. ' " -
If a man stops his wagan on a cross
ing, shoot him on the'spot.
: And the shades of night cometh on
at a very unreasonable hour.
Remember HuTman's buggy sale
on Saturday next. .'. . .
Striped stockings are extremely
dangerous. Don't use them.
Premonitions of winter begin to
twinge rheumatic person's joints.
jrnysicians in x-u-iuu mo mw
ing their holidays.
Remember Huffman's buggy sale
oii Saturday next.
Treasurer AVhitcai Jcs is waitine for
vou. So are we for your "back pay"
'The coining man," is the n an who
- ' " 1 v
-owe jou, says an exenange. ui
an.u he very seiuora geis iiere. ,;
r- Those poor fellows who never drink
nnytfjiiig uutfUer; aie to be pitied
iiiia in 1 1. : f i : - - .1
i fxitv Lockwootf ! sttpplving our
.ciiizens - with teuderloius aud spare
It will no1-he lonsr ere T' nuts iu
an. appearance. Theu hurrah for 'a
- livelv vearl '.
' If you want to raise profitable fruit
buy the V iIU lioosc rium ana uiooin-
less appic oi Dceai. .-. .,
, One hunter to the acre is the crop
, statistics reported from Paulding
county for last month.
; There are symptoms in different
pans or f lie line oi ine ci usauu ut-iug
revived. - Lel'r sing 1 . . . ,
If yon want to buy a goo.l and
cheap form see our advertisement col
umns.; f.-.' ,'-' ""T'i ;
Holiday goods are being looked for
by the children, and those receiving
them should announce the fct through
the papers. 7
" -Pin cut medicine almanacs for 187G
.ire Out thick, but they don't look as
'if they would kindle a fire any quick
er UJis year. .
it is alleged inai a numuer oi per
sons have been poisoned by wearing
red, blue, g ccn and purple stockings.
Don't wear them. !
., pearly all our exchanges contain
appeals to their subscribers to ."settle
up." These are certainly hard times
From the number of witnesses sum-
. jnanul tit.fni'f tllft Hcailil .lui'V fol this
'term of Court, there must be some bu-
(Tin oca rii Vimifl
' -Thauksgiving was not much ob
served iu Eatonr ' "We noticed but one
business house ' closed, beside the
Biuiks. v "'' - - - - . - '
Dlliy .aiuuiei mau It BCUJM I'lUU
71 rees for" McNeal.; Billy will give
you satisfaction in any thing that you
'luay'ordcr of him.
Thirty-three years have passed since
the introduction of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup, and it slill stands unrivaled.
ft? J. 1. . 1.1 - A,
rrice, zo cents j live uomea f i.
" A good many supposed rich peo
ple, who have nothing but real estate
for a. dependence, are worse off iust
now than poor people. They arc
It is not verv honorable for a man
to take a paper a year or more ana
. then order it stopped, without offer
jug to pay for. the time he received
and read it. -When
you come to pay your taxes,
come ' and pay your subscription 'to
this paper, we would like to be "m-
,flated." Wa are muchly in need of
" the "rag baby."
'. T. ... : .. i-ni-niT man orn n -n 1 1 1 n f r
skating season. The results ot the
first sreueral introduction of the pull
back ou ice are expected to be grand,
glorious ana peculiar -
v Next year is leap year; and all the
marriaieable snis are corresponding
lv tickled. The slow boys will'be
brought up to time after the first of
January, as the girls propose to pro
""""The whisky .war in , New . Paris
would have been waged before the
election, but the Radical leaders pre
vented it for fear it would injure the
election of some of their pet nomi-
' acea. So we go.
If you want to help a paper, always
pay your subscription iu advance.
Send the editor at least one subscrip
tion beside your own, and often it
may happen that you can pick up half,
a dozen. Such things make his heart
light; they make him work with new
grit ; in short they make him happy.
There was a large gathering of
"Campbells" in Eaton ou Thanksgiv
ing day.' Judge' John V. fed about
twenty-five on Turkey, after which
they returned to the "classic shades"
of Twin Valley, where they" generally
,1 On Thanksgiving evening the liberal
proprietor of the "Gein ltestaurant,"
Mr.'; J: p. JIahshma,; invited a few of
his friends to a most excellent and well
gofen up Quail and Duck Supper, pre
pared by "Cap." iu his very best style.
The repast was heartily eujoytd by all
present and pronounced ne plus ultra,
with wishes that the donor might live
to see many more such occaions.
The publisher of the "Preble Coun
ty Directory," Mr. B. F. Mobgax, has
placed us under obligations for a copy
of his valuable aud intsresting work,
which we cheerfully recommend to
every business man and fanner in the
county. The low price of this work
ought to place a copy in -every family
iu Preble county.
' Rev. A. J. Retxolds, of Eaton,
held religions services at our county
prison on Thanksgiving, which was
participated in by the Sheriff, Audi
tor and State Senator. Wo hope the
impressive words of the Reverend
gentleman had a salutary effect upon
the waywardness of all these sinners,
and that before another National
Thanksgiving rolls around, he will
have the pleasure of knowing that
they were not "pearls cast before
swiuel" Let us sing.
The town of New Paris is not hap
py, although it has become world-renowned
for its celebrated mineral
spring. Its misery is occasioned by
there being one saloon iu it, where
the inhabitants can irrigate their ton
sils with something "crooked," in
stead of going to Richmond, Ind. Be
fore the election this saloon "bloom
ed" and "blossomed," and the Radi
cal temperance, door nobs of that in
temperate village yawped amen and
swallowed Young, Williams, &c.
Now the elcctiou is over, aud they
have no more use for the institution
and are on their cars for its removal.
' Yon will always find.something new
in the way. of men and boys' - wear at
M. S'urni's.. ' Call. and see.
Notwithstanding the advanced state
of the season, out-doorlabor has been
almost uninterrupted up to the pres
ent time, aud masons, brick-layers,
painters and housc-carpenters have
found abundant to do at many build
ings which are in course of erection.
In former years this class of mechan
ics, with the exception, perhaps of the
latter, were generally but of work be
fore this time, but they have had plen
ty to do, and at very fair wages. We
congratulate them upon their favora
ble terms with the weather clerk, aud
hope.it will cor.t'uue at least uutil af
ter the holidays, when,' it it reasona
ble to presume, the patience of "old
Probabilities" will be somewhat ex
hausted, aud he will make a change,
About these days as the almanac
makers lay, "Look out for burglars."
As "work slackens, "tliicycs" riiultiply.
Thievilig has become so common as
to assume the character of an epide
mic. The rascals who make these
forrays are evidently skilled cracks
men, who enter towns in force and
commit all the burglaries possible iu
a short space of li mo and then flee
back to their haunts with all rapidity.
These . thieves will be likely to give
unusual trouble this winter. They
have alieady severely harrassed many
of our cities, aud iu some cases have
penetrated far into country places,
robbing and stealing with apparent
safety from capture and punishment.
It is well to guard your houses se-
cnrelv against these wandering ma
rauders; and if any of them invade
your premises with furtive purposes,
it is as well to . remember that the
world will be as well without them.
The Davis Family.
This celebrated troupe of famale per
formers will give a Concert in the City
Hall, on Friday evening next. It is
unnecessary for us to speak of this
Troupe, as the citizens of Eaton have
not forgotten their excellent eutertain
ments in this place one year ago, and
the entire satisfaction they gave to their
audiences by their vocal and instru
mental music. We. bespeak for them a
A magnificent stock of the best quali
ty of ready-made clothing is now being
offered very low at the clothing house
of il. Sturm. .
Court of Common Pleas opened on
Monday last, Judge Hume on the Bench.
But little business has been disposed of
up to the time of going to pres. We
will give a full rcpoitin our next issue.
If yon want a hat, cap, necktie, coat,
vest or pants, of the very latest style,
go to 51. Sturm's before his assortment
is broken. -
Wheat is selling in Eaton at from 50
cents to $1,00 per bushel, for new; old,
$1,23; Corn 40 cents per bushel.
The largest lot of clothing that has
ever been brought to Eaton can now be
seen at the stc re of M. Sturm free of
The tjf cernber number oflh.tt beau
tiful magazineGodey'8 Lady's Book,
we find on our table. The fashion
plates "are unsurpassed, while the
reading matter is of that character
which is elevating and refining. There
is no other magazine published in
America that can compete with it in
beauty and excellence. Only $3,00
por annum for each single copy, or
$2,50 in clubs. Address, L. A. Go
dcy, X, E. corner Sixth aud Chestnut
Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. The chromo
offered this year, "The Morning Call,"
is the Guest vet offered.
No one goes through the world
clear of the cobwebs woven about his
feet by tiresome people. They beset
him on all sides, for very few men
aud women are to be found who are
not tiresome iu one direction if satis
factory in another, and mur are tire
some all through. Social life is pen
etrated from e id to end by these tire
some people people who never do
the right thing at the right time, and
who are always doing wrong things
and foolish ones; people who are not
to be relied on for punctuality, tact,
discrimination, complaisance; people
who come too early or go away too
late, or do not come at all when they
have been specially asked for grave
reasons touching the success of the
whole arrangement, and whose refus
al or failure makes wreck of every
thing; people who bring forward sore
objects, rattle the family skeletons,
spend the evening iu unfurling red
flags, shuffle from place to place and
point to point, expressly for the pleas
ure of treading ou their neighbors'
corns; people who confound together
two men who hate each other, mis
taking a waning bcanty for a confess
ed fright; or a woman of distinction
carrying her head high for a woman
of no account a dozen degree3 below
her in the social scale; people who
never sec sign? nor take hints, and
who blunder into family messes and
social morasses with the most annoy
ing ohtuscness. All these are not bad
people, not wicked, corrupt, heart
less, abominable. They may, on the
contrary, be very good honest folks,
true-hearted and straight-minded.
But they are tiresome, and as such
objects ot dread as they arc causes of
If you want to buy a "nobby" ready
made or made to order suit cf clothes'
go to 31. Sturm's. . .
Did you ever study the cheapness
of pleasure? asks some writer. Do
you know how little it takes to make
a multitude happy ? Such trifles as a
penny, a word, or even a smile, do
the work. There are three boys pass
ing along; give them each a chestnut,
and how smiling I hey look 1 They
will not be cross for some time. A
poor widow lives in the neighbor
hood, who is the mother of half-a-dozen
children. Send them a half-peck
of sweet apples, and they will be hap
ly. A child has lost his arrow the
world to him and he mourns sadly ;
help him find it, or make him another,
aud how quickly will the sunshine
play over the sober face! A boy has
as much as he can pile up a load of
wood assist him a few moments, or
speak a pleasant word to liiin aud he
forgets his toil and works away with
out minding it. Your apprentice has
broken a mug, or cut the vest large,
or slightly injured a piece of work.
Say, "Ycu scoundrel !'' aud he is mis
erable; but remark, '-I am sorry," and
he will try to do better. You em
ployed a man, pay him cheerfully,
aud speak a pleasant word to him,
and he leaves your house with a con
tented heart to light up his own with
smiles and gladness. As yon pass
along the streets vou meet a familiar
face; say "O'ood morning" as though
you felt h ppy, and it will work ad
mirably in the heart ofyour neighbor.
Pleasure is cheap. Who will not be
stow it libcmlly ? If there arc smiles,
sunshine aud flowers all about us, let
us not grasp them with a miser's fist
aud lock them up in our hearts. No ;
ather let us take them and scatter
them about us iu the cot of the wid
ow, among the group of children, in
the crowded mart, where men of busi
ness congregate, in our families and
everywhere. Wccan make the wretch
ed happy, the discontented cheerful,
and the jfllicted resigned at an ex
ceedingly cheap rate. Who will re
fuse to do it ? '
Up in West Liberty, Logan connty,
the temperance advocates are shoot
ing and tarring and feathering per
sons in the saloon business. Rather
strong arguments. We are anxiously
awaiting returns from the scat of war
at New Paris, this county.
"G. R. R.V letter is too indefinite
for publication. Write again and be
a little more explicit, as there is "a
woman in the case."
You will save money by purchasing
your clothing at the establishment of
For the Democrat.
The minister of the Presbytuian
Church, Eaton, on lehalf of himself
and family, gratefully acknowledge the
surprise visit and donntion at the Par
sonage, on the evening of Thanksgiv
ing day. His 1'an.ily were invited to
tea at Sir. Henry DcGroots, and after
tea a messenger was despatched to them
announcing that Mr. and Sirs. Kline
were at the parsonage, and wished to
see them. Accordingly they went
home to liud not only Sir. and Sirs. K.,
but the whole congregation, and other
friends, young and old, with smiling
faces aud valuable gifts, which were the
pledge that they remembered with the
kiuuet allectiou their pastor aud his
family. Fur this substantial token, tlie
pastor thanks his many friends. It is
ins earnest desire that the union be
tween hiinsell i.ntl people may always
coi.tinue as strontr and pleasant as it
has ever been, ai d that the Chief Shep
herd may abundantly reward tite peo
ple it r their kindness to one ot tee un
der she herds.
A. J. REYNOLDS.
Eaton, Nov. 29, 1875.
All kinds of Collars at 51. Sturm's,
and the cheanest and best iu town.
CAMDEN, Nov. 22d, 1875.
On receipt of One Thousand Dollars
I herebv certil v that flip lliinnnp I num..
ance Company, of Dayton, O., have
pu.iu me in tun tueir j oncy oi Insur
ance on praill humeri in mv mill v.r
8th, 1875, and do cheerfully recommend
F. .!...! .
we uuiimu,y tut Ltietr promptness anil
JAMES M. BARNET.
Dec. 2, 1S75-H
The Phrenological Journal and
Life Illustrated for December, recently
received, is a number worthy of special
remark. It is volumnious in extent,
and replete from b ginning to end with
most ii teresting matter. Its readers In
general must be more than usually sat
isfied with this number. Every article
deserves mention, but we have only the
space lor the following :
Samuel Sloane, President of the Dela
ware, Lackawanna, and Western Kail
road, with portrait; Phrenology among
the Sciences: Two Clerevmeu rfather
and sou tbeltev. O. S. Taylor and the
Rev. Dr. Charles Taylor witu Hue por
traits; The Mission of the Hebrew
Race; Tlie Cat-Biid, with an admirable
picture of the lively fellow, and a spicy
skptch; How One Woman Conquered
a capital little story; Edward Eggles-
ton, V.U., tlie well-Kiiown ruiuu..
Railway Musings, which contains a
good deal of advice, pithily expressed ;
Tlie secret ot Happiness a puysiu-jmi-
losophical essay; James Burke, the Ex
pressman; A Fair Exchange no Rob
berv : The Science of Religion. The
departments fn general of the number
are crowded witn practical uik-ium-tinn.
Those who do not read the Phre
nological regularly should get the De
cember number, and learn what soit of
a publication us. it biiouiu ub hu -
versally taken, especially ny ramtues.
Price 30 cents; $3 a year. AddiessS.
R. Wells & Co., 737 Broadway, New
Never Known to Fail.
Dr. Mm l is' S rup of Tar, Wild Cher
ry and uoreiiounu nas never uccu
known to fail in nerm: nently curing
obstinate Coughs, Colds.Cronp, Whoop
ing Cough, nor any diseases or tne res
piratory organ" and it does it too at
once 1 It is not necessary to take it for
a long time before you can discover its
oencuciai ciiecia. iuj bhic sii wi fcum
munityis immense, and its popuiarity
universal. , It should not be classed
with compouuds put up by inexperi
enced hands. It is positively guaran
teed to be composed of the purest and
best materials, and prepared in a scien-,
title manner and to always give satis
faction. Do not fail to give. thi3 great
and potent remedy a trial. It v ill not
and cannot disappoint you. Try it
once. Ask for Dr. Morris' Syrup of
Tar, Wild Cherry and Ilorehound, and
take none other. Trial size, 10 cents.
Dec. 2, 1875-lm
CUT THIS OUT,
It May Save Your Life.
There is no person living but what
suffers more or less with Lung Disease,
Coughs, Colds or Consumption,- yet
fomc woulJ die rather than pay 75 cents
for a bottle of medicine that would cure
them. Dr. A. Boschee's G-erman Syrup
has lately been introduced in this i oun
try from Germany, and its wonderojis
cures astonishes everyone that try it.
If you doubt what we say in nrint, cut
this out and take it to your Druggist,
Brookins & Son. and get a sample bot
tle for 10 cents aud try its or a regular
size for 75 cents.
Eaton, Nov. 25, lS75-4m
The announcement on Sunday morn
ing, Nov. 20th, as it passed from one to
anoJier, ."John II. Bohn is dead," fill
et1 many hearts with sadness and not a
few with mourning. And why shoi'ld
it be otherwise, when we consider how
much he had endeared himself to the
community, by livins above reproach
to an extent that naturally made him
the subject of universal respect. His
moral and business integrity was be
yond all possible question, as he was
particular to the last in fulfilling every
contract in meeting every known ob
ligation. Industry was a passion with
him, and that he was a model for all
business men, need not be mentioned
here. As a kind husband aud father,
he considered no sacrifice or effort too
great in t rder to promote the complete
happiness of his family, aud the same
tiaits that distinguished him among his
neighbors as a citizen, a husband and a
father, were alike peculiar to With as a
The brief facts of his life, here men
tioned, are gleaned from a manuscript
written by Sir. Bohn some time ago and
sealed in an envelope, upon .which was
inscribed, "To be opened after death."
lie was born near Berlin, Adams co.,
Pa., June Cth,lS03; was taken in the
Lutheriau Church by Rev. Speck in
1822 and remained as a member until
1813, when be came to Ohio, and there
being no Church of this denomination
he had no preference but attended a'l
places of worship. Iu 1822 he set in
to learn the Drug business, at which be
remained until 1828, and then went to
Elizabethtown, Lancaster county, P.,
and opened business for himself. In
1S30 he was joined in wedlock to Miss
Henrietta George, who still survives
him, and In his own language, "has
indeed proved a help-mate." Five chil
dren was the result of this happy union,
three sons and two daughters, four of
which survive their aged and respected
parent. In 1842 Mr. Bohn moved to
the town of Camden, where he engaged
in the Drug business, and lived honor
ed and respected until his death. He
was twice appointed Post Master of his
place. In respect to the memory of the
deceased, all business of his home was
suspended during the funeral services,
which was conducted by Kcv. Mr. Jol
myer, of Oxford, in the 31. E. Church.
His remains were deposited in the cem
etery half mile north of Camden, fol
lowed by a large concourse of sympa
thising and mourning friends, heqi-
I W. J. Wilson.
A liist-class Restaurant, 2 doors
ir li' rth of the Eagle Hotel, on Bar
ron street, baton, O., where
A Cood Square Meal,
includii.g Fresh Oysters, Hot Coffee,
Sandwiches, both ham and Swilzer,
Boiled eggs, Cheese, Beef and Bologna,
Ham, Eggs, &v., can be 1 ad at all
hours. In addition to which a cosey
Dining Room has just been titled up up
stairs, where parties desiring to he serv
ed to a
Quail or Oyster Supper
on short notice c:.u be accommodated
on rea-ouable terms, fewi.zeraml Uin
J. P. Hausiimax
ta rg all llie time, Pigs Feet ami Tripe.
. S- Cash paid lor Quail, Rabbits,
SfjiiiTels, &e. Pop in.
Eaton, Xov.25, 1275.
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neat cloth binding, will be sent hy exoress, free of
exiene, for$7 ft) each. A comolete Het, compmhijr
Nineteen Volumes, sent on receipt of casii at
the rate of 23 per vol., freight at expense ot pur
Prominent attention will be elven In Tliri
WVeklv to the iUh.-! ration ofliie Centennial
Newrtn:,iter are not to conr this advertisement
without the express order of Harper A .Brothers.
IIARtEIt A BItOrHEnij, New York.
J. T. 1)KEI, I L. KlSI-fOEIt. J.C. llAWKIN'B.
I. T. BM & GO,
TTE have openod in the room rceent-
ly occupied by F. M
full line if
Also, a Liee stock of Cloths, Cassiintrcs,
Cothinjr.l ada toOrds.
We invite uVeryboily to call ai U fx
an.ine our j;onls ami prices.
Nov. 13, lS73-3ia
... SIwriG's Sale.
Case Xo. 3733.1
Incorporated Co. ifGaar,")
Scott & Cc, Preble
vs. ! Common
E.W. Jones, A M. Tru- 1 -lea's,
ax, et al.
Y vMne of an execution i-sucil
) from the Coir t of Common Pleas,
anil to me directeil, I will oiler lor sale
iiL G.nsj.ei township, in 3: id county'of
On Saturday, December 4, 1S75,
between tl.e hours of 1 and i o'clock, p.
in., of said ilay, the following described
ers Lai property, belonging to E. W.
Jones & A. M. Truax, to-wi; : One
Portable Steam Saw Mill ant! all the
machinery pertaining thereto. Taken
to satisfy judgment in above case.
- JOIIX TOWXSEXD, Sheriff.
, Xov. 18, 1375-tds prf $3,10
L!V AGENTS WANTED.
To sell Dr. Chase's "Keeipes ; or In
formation for Everybody, in every cohl
ty in the Un ttd Stan s and Canadas.
Enlarged by tl.e publisher to 048 pagis.
It contains over 2000 household recipes
and is suited to all classes and condi
tions of society. A wonderful book and
a househ Id neessitv. 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,
.Nov. It), lS75-lm
A prominent New Y
Sained to DVNIM.s DICK i CO. nl nut lhc'irS;iH-
dulwoO'l OH Cuiulcs. stHtiliy that sointrttliiCs Hit'
cured ruirucnioiioly, iiulthutn patient ol his had
taken lhemvithout euect. On being imormel
thai several I ntitut iotis were sold, lie inmiired uuri
loiindhis patient bud not bueu taking 1U'IA8
1)11 K iltus.
What liitpiieuerj to this nhrslclan may have
liftn iened to others. and UU.NUASDICK CO.
tukeliiis methi)d oriirott-ctiiitf physiciiina, drnr-
gisis una uiemeivfs. ana preveiiung un oiaun-
miwn mi iroiu i iMiiiiiK iiiiu ui-tii'iiuie.
1'iIVSlCI ANS win once nreerllie tho Cn.sules
win CoXTl'VK To DO SO, fortlH'y contain tbe
PUiCK oil. in run u ii l .2sl cli--ALL-r-il lonn.
wood than :tl Uie holt 'sale and Iteiail lriiifirl.sts
ui.NUis un ivfitu use mote on or wwiui
Mud FerfnintT In Use C tilled stateseonibiiied. and
thlb is the MOih reu?oii why ilie 11 lllu oil,
Hold CllKAriliiu their Cupsules iliuu lu any
oil, i' sa, 1 1 a L. (mid 19 lust sunerseiiin? ev-
iry other remedy, sixty C apsules OM.V beniK re
quired to ins'irea :;ti'eaiid certain cure in six
eti;lit davs. From no other medicine can the re
sult he had.
ul'NiJ as intiv u wsur r .'AisuL,Ksoive
the iiroideiu. Ion if considered by eminent physt-i-Iilik.
oi how to avoid the nausea and disgust ex-
upri.'iieed in swallowhm. which are well known
detnet from, if nit destroy, thejfood cU'ects
manv vallialde reilifdles.
H;Ut Ca,;.sui-'are p:it up In tin-foil nnd neat box
es, thirty in each, mid are the only Capsules pre
scribed hv phvsidans.
TASTKLKSS MKDTCTNK Castor Oil and
mary 'Hh"r nameon in dicine ran be (akn eas
ily a id safely fn IH'NDAS DICK A CO'bfiiOrT
CArsPI.KS. N'OTSTK. NOSMKM,.
tT These wre tlie only Capsules admitted
the laf I'jiriH Kxponflion.
HOLD AT ALL DUUO STOKKS HERE.
o.it. s- inr. .
Price Twenty-live Cents,
ContAiiiimra coinplrte list of .til the town In
Uliile'l States, lite Territories ami tlie lh'tmnioii
Ca.iarhi, hvinua popuintlou ire,Hir thnn ,ri,iHi
aeeoitliiiY to the last eeii.sus, lot-tlier with
naineurtlie iiei,vuiuEers liavintf the largest local
elrcnlatiot! in eueh of the olnceit iijitned. Alvi.
catiloune of newspniiers wliieh are reeoin mended
to ;i'iverliHersKi4tiviiiKi"e.ite-(t alue in propor
tion to prieei ehurMl. Also, all newspaper In
rniterf states anl Cana-Li pnntihK over r.,'"i e.tjv
tee:ieh isne. Also, all tlie Helicons. AcnnnltHi
nt Seieiititl-- an.) .(eehauieai, Merlieal, Maonic.
Juvenile, K.i neat ioiuil, Couum-mal. Insuraiir.
Heal ESUU. Law, Sponiinr, M-iieal. Fatf'ii. and
nlhcr snoeinl elas- journals; very c niiil'e list's.
Tov ether wit li a complete li-'t of over m Herman
iartni nrlntiHl in the I'nteil St.iten. Alst. mi
iiuy upon nflvertismi;; ninny latlea f rate, slimv
lnic the cost of inivertislni( in various new sp.ipers,
and everything which a hejf Inner in advertlainx
would like to know.
Address GEO. P TtOWKI.L A CO.
il i'ark Row, 2s"ow Vork.
Oct ia, U7i
p:r o duceempo rium.
FT. C HILL
INVITES especial attention to his
toukof FAMILY GROCERIES &
PRODUCE, of which he keeps a full
aud complete stock at his old stand on
Karon Street Eaton,
He flatters himself that he can sell
as low as any other house in town, and
willkeepalwayson hand the bestbrands
pnoviaioKa, veoetabbes, almonds
B A KINS.
CORN MEAL, 4 BICE.
Salt by tlie Barrel.
The patronage of the public is solicited
dun ti. 13J jt.
Lumber! JLumbcr !
To Th3 Public,
B02I17S0H CIIA1IBEES & CO.
K.EKI" fnnalent LOWEST MAKKKT I'RICKb
flNB. I'OI'ULAn nnrt ASH Flouring. Dressed
Pine and lnpnl:rSi(Hti(r, Drnfwed Attli fine uud
1'OFLA R FIN ISH! N! LIT MBKK,
MOULDINGS. SHINGLES. LATH.
8TAIU BALLUSTEHS. NEWEL POSTS, c
Are also prepared to furnish
Factory Doors for $2,00 and $2,50.
DOORS, WINDOW FRAMFJ3.8ASH PANEL
ana B:ittii Honrs intl to SAW up, MOULD OR
TURN LUMBER loonier. We intpml to make It
to the Interest of those needing anything In om
llneto deal with us.
HIGHEST MARIvKT PTtlC'F. PATDFJE DIVS
POPLAR AND ASH LUMBER.
KOBIXSOX, CIJAJIEIiS & CO
E aton, April 1.187S. If
7. M. ANDERSON,
MANUFACTURER ASD DEALER IN
Harness, Saddles, Bridles?
COLLARS, Vf IPS, &C.
And all pxxJs gLMierully found in a first
class Saddle and Harness establishment-
Fino Harness a Speciality.
BROWN Si LOY
HAVE o'pene a Shoe Shop overl.ong
necker's Grocery, and solicit a share
of the public patronage. We call spe
cial attention to onr Custom Alude Sew
ed Boots & Shoes.
All Work Warranted
to fit and suit. Mending done with
neatness and despatch.
BROWN & LOY.
Eaton, Oct. 14, 1S75
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R.
Paseoagor Trains will ran on this Eoai leaving
- tie several Statical asllai:
7 iw p ni
C. & Ft. W
8 30 a m
9 15 a ni
6 l; D D
Ol:10 20 am
m 7 15
ml 7 Si
1UJ 8 30
u- a 40
m ll oo am
m il 18 n m
m 12 25 p m
ml 40 iui
I.. WILLIAMS, tien'ISupt.
C. O. NELSON,
STOVES & TIM WARE !
KEEPS (.distantly on hand a full
stock of all kinds of Stoves, Tin
and Sheet-iron Ware.
Hoofing, Guttering and Spouting,
promptly attended to on call, together
n un repairing, clicap.
C. C. XELSOX".
t3"Store in Card's corner, on Main
street, opposite the Dauscr House.
Jcne 10, 1875-ly
Barron Street, Eaton, Ohir
T EEPS constiintlv on hand a large
X. atoek of first-elass
BOOTS AMD SHOES,
which he will sell at reasonable prices
for cash, lie will do all kii.fls of Ro
oairinp' promntlv, and on the most
liberal terms. Uive him a call.
Christ. Brown's old stand, Barron
St., Yj ton, O.
Eaton, Fet. 4, lS75-tf
$20 000 WORTH OF
MEN. YOUTH AND BOYS.
XOW OX IIAXD AT THE
And offered at prices that will suit all
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
Trunks, Hats, Caps, &c,
The Largest Stock Ever in Eaten
t 111 he sold down to the lowest
THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD
And the only way to do It these hard
t incs is to make them
for evtryone to buy.
Now is your
CALL AND SEE
My stock before pu'chasingr ilsewhere.
O posite Jail. Stephens' Block, Ea
ton, Ohio. M. STURM.
E aton, July 1, lSr5-ly -
First National Batik
Cash Capital: SIOO.OOO
Bank cf iJiscouat & Deposit.
AVING removed to and occupied
our old room in the Odd Fellows'
nui','i"o which has be. n greatly en-
I , i , t r i ...11.
turgeu anu iiimoiigmy r lumiMieu nun
a view to accommodating our business
wants more thoroughly. We do
A General Banking Busineis,
in all its various forms : Receive Depos
its for either loxo or siiokt Unit , and
allow iNTi.REST on T SIE Dei osits as
per special agreement with parties mak
ing the same.
C. F. BROOKE, Cashier.
June 11, 1874-tt"
PREBLE COUNTY Ml
.3T .f ro.r, o.
IT. C. Illestaml, I
Jrhn 1. Acton,
Andrew lliestand, I
C. 1IIESTAMD & CO.
Bank cf Discount & Deposit
Government and County
Bonds, Coin and Exc hanije
MONEY TO LOAN
OX LIBERAL TKKM3.
INTEREST PAID ON TI1IE DUTOSITS.
Eaton, Feb. 4, lS7o-ly
THE EVER POPULAR
AX be seen at our office as Ik low
specified, here will alwavs be
found a full stock: also, a good supply
Silk Thread, Cotton and
Everv person iliinar to buy a firpt
elasa SEWING MACHINE should not
fail to call and .examine oi.r stock and
prices before purchasing elscwl ire.
We claim for this machine
.1 JZorc Elastic Stitch,
and better adapted for all kinds of work
than any other machine now iu the
market; and will guaiautce entire sat
isfaction. EST Sold on easy terms, hi monthly
payments, if desired.
THE KOWE MACHINE CO.
DAXIEI. WIKF.L, Jr.,
Supervising Ag tit.
Katon. l'reble Co., O.
Eaton, March 11, 1S75
YAH fiUSDAL & CO.,
Have received irom New Yoik
A Large and Splendid (Stock
Lace Cm tains,
Wool and Cotton Yarns,
Window Shades and Fixtures,
Cottonades, Umbrellas &
Parasols, Hats, Shoes,
KNIVES & FORKS
And a great variety of other Goods.
Our eld cu'tomers ar.d the public gen
erally are re- ectfu)ly invited to call
and examine our goods.
Wool, Butter, Eggs, Feathers, Bags,
Are taken in Exchange for Goods.
Oct. 8, 1874. 40-tf
Dr. A. A. CHURCHILL,
HAVING permanently located a
Dental Office in this plnce, is now
nrenarcd to do all kim S of first-class
work on short notice. All work war
ranted to give satisfaci ion.
Oilice on Barron St., over Kossman &
Eaton. June 24, 1875-tf
O .zf OI I
'ie ti S'H' .M .II?,i H i
x' VV VH'"
Main Street, Eaton, Ohio.
January 15. '74 ly.
THE CNLY STOVE MADE
Titii Sliding Oven Doers.
Patented Teh. 2, 2SG9. and Sapt. 2, 18E9.
, . . - ' -'.:. ' '..'.. -: ''.''. i. S
Tin & Sheet-Iron" Waiefe
Galvanise d ll'ork of ail
Crestings, &.c, &c.
JTRepalring promptly and neatly
Old Hag A' Iron Taken
Sl op on Barron Street, opposite the
Eaton, May -7, 1875-ly
IRON & HARDWARE
S T O li. 13.
Ccmmcrcial Block, 2d door, Main St.
EATCJsT, OHIO. '
EIDS0N & r EG-RO0T
XXOUXCE to their
friends and the o,.b-
S3l3Vw that they have on I. and
and 'intend to keep a constant assort
IRON. STEEL NAILS &
which they. will sell ou reasonable
terms lor ...
They have an unlimited supply of all
Also exclusive Agents fortheeelehrated
ROAD & SPRING
The he-t of
BLACKSSlITHy YOUUHIOGHF.NY COAI.
ilv ays on hand at the lowest mnrke
lrie . ;il)Si. Jc jj.ii.KJur.
r.aton, reo. u, iso-iy
SAVE YCUR MONEY
BV BUYING OF
Gents' Furnishing Goods-
A choice assortment of -
. ana uossxins,
ready to be made up to order iu Gents'
Clothing. AI o, a large stock or
oldillerent stv.es. which he will poll as
low as any house in Eaton. II ATS
and CAPS of every style at small
profits. Call at the old stand, 2 doors
east of Cherry street, in his New Block.
31. r ILBEKi .
Faton, O., April 22, 1875. . ...
THE PARKER CUM.
SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
3 WEST MERIDEN.CT,
HEW OBUG STORE !
ri MIE un Jersigned would reppectfuliy
1 inform the citizens of Camden and '
vicinity, that he hag opened a . - , s
NEW DRUG ST.ORE
In Camden, On Main Street.'
lie oilers to the public a con plete as
sortment or -
PKP.FfMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, '
PAINTS. OILS. . ,
LAMPS 4 HXTCBES, .
Choice Cigars A Tobacco.'
Pure Wines and Liquors,
for medical pu' poses, and all the Pat
ent Medii ines of the dav.
Pies ripiions carefully compounded
at nil hours, day or night.
llTrartictiriir attention given to nil
il R Family Keci ipts.g3
Ahc, have ou liand u choice line of
Btaply and ianiy
Family Groceries !
All r,T which will be sold at LOW
PlilCES. fie would respectfully so
licit a share of public patrorasre.
JOHN P. WOODS! DE.
Jf. B. Parties desirous of purchasing
PIAXOS and ORGANS will do well by
callirr on me before purchasing. Kx-
tra li'iiucemews onered. J. Jr.'W.
Camden, June 10, 1875-ly -
JOHN IAN DIE!
AND RETAIL DEALER
4c, 4c, Ac
OS-Hi gh est price in cah or trade, paid for al
Eaton, Nov. 81. 1K7L
B. E. DARRAGH,
AND DEALER IX
Alotalic, Walnut, Imita
tion Rose Wood Coffins
hA Lining ni rmiiil '
ennotantly on hand.
In all s-tylcs, attcnde.l to on short no
tice, at lower prices than the siune work.
can lie liail any wnere else.
Hodics Kept any Length
withont change of color rr decay.
A'o Extra Charge for Long Drive
of all kinds at low raieg.
Farmers and Grangers will uo well
on u e lor 1 ii(lert:ikm;an' rur-
E. E. UAK1UUU.
?t Office Bulldlus, Eaton, Ohio.
Eiil.m. Sept. 2, lb7o-ly
NOTICE is herehy given that n
jielition will be presented to
(he Commissioners of Preble county,
Ohio, at their next res;nlnr session, in
December, askiu;; the appointment of
Cimmisio:ieis to lay out and etab-,
li.-h a Free TurnpiUenlona the fo loy-"
inr route, lo-wit: Coinmencinsr nt
point in the llonroe Central Free
Turnpike, aboil 40 rods so tboftlie
norlh-wesl corner of Scclion ntiniher
lu. Monroe town.'liip; thence east
inlonir llie centre of the present dirt
r-id through .snM hec.liun 15 and Sec-
t i ji H to Ihe est I:uicheKter Ini-
proved road, there to lei ininntp.
I M A X Y rElITUXKIiS.
j ov. 11 ..-w4