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Dec 9, 1875.
Plenty of rain.
Court it well attended.
The roads are softening.
Judge Hunc rnslies businesa
The water streams are all up.
The late Grand Jury done work.
Leap year parties will soon bloom.
The "spelling" mania has opened iu
' The suicide market .has an upward
Sunday schools are filling up brave
ly for the holidays.
A few more of them "rag babies,"
if you please. . . .
Where's that "boy" with the side
whisker? . ,
The Town Clock can be heard strike
four and a half miles. '
Hard money meaus liard times
they are coming.
Hog cholera is on the decline and
farmers feel better. . . -
4 Old jiiaids are fond of pairs, but
cannot endure any reference to dates.
We heard some outfon Saturday,
Sunday or Monday, rcinwk that it
was "damp." - - -4 . ', ' ' -:
Wedding journeys a e, according
to the latest fashionable intelligence,
out of style. "' -
.There will be a Grand SpcTiug Match
at the City Hallou next Saturday night.
Admission, 15 cents; - v
Eaton was brim full of people on
Saturday last, and some business Was
done auioug our merchants.
Her. A. J. Reynolds held relig
ious services again at the jail on Sab
bath afieritoou lust. " . . . .
Fo: ty-three true bills found by our
last Grand Jury! - Bend for Moody
and San key ! , : '
The Davis Family gave two enter
tainment in liatou, and were well
patronized. .. ..' . . .
Persous who-only attcud worship
whence weather -is dry" and tlicir
clothes uew, will be apt to laud where
it is always hot and dry.
": TU. court bell calls the . wicked to
judgment. The church boll calls the
girls outat night, while the handsome
belles keep tiro boys out all uighW x
Where twenty persons havc.stom
chs, bat -one have' brains J hencev
bankers grow rich while printers re
niaiu poor, , That's orfu.liy true.
Wilmax Bristow has ou hand a
lot of splendid krauVxvhicli he will
sell iu a retail way to all lovers of this
article.- Give Liiu a call. , i-. - '-'"'
Patronize your owh traders and
tncrhauics. . '1 his will be doing as you
would be done by and will build up
the town iu.which you live. .
-. The woman who minds hcrowu bn-
riuess was in ton u one day last week, i
but left immediately because she Tvas
so lonesome. " ' - . ,
Two. valuable '. prizes w 11 bo given
away at the spelling match, at the City
Ila t, next Saturday evening. Every
onego. . .- :
, "Billy" Huffman's bnggy sale didn't
come of ou Saturday last. Ilea son
the small-pox among the- bands iu the
shop in Cincinnati stopped work on
them. . . .' . ' . .' ., '.
An editor advertised that he would
send one cupy of his paper five to any
' person sending him a club of ten,
thereupon a young lady iu the coun-
try seal him a ten spot of clubs 1
The list ff persons whose - names
havtf been registered- withi the Clerk
by their wives and sisters is called the
Black List." It is not very large in
this place yet.. ' . - ; ' -. " '
The surest and most expeditious
way of discovering the energetic and
businesa men of any place, is by ex
amining the advertising" columns of
the home papers,
A lecture entitled AH about the
Devil? had an audience of only thir
teen persons in Bowling Green, The
balance of tbe.popnla'ce. thought they
couldn't learn anything new.
The ?Invroortal J.'N." has soured
on the'stomaclr of the editor of the
Germautown Pa ess. Don't be fool
ish, Harkrider, If you are "hard up,"
but ''assume the pressure."
Life U but short, but we should do
all we can to prolong it. Check a
cough or cold at once and use au old
reliable remedy such as. Dr. ' Bull's
Congb Syrap. . - " -
There will be" a ball given in the
City Hall this (Thursday) evening,
for the benefit of a family in Eaton,
whose condition;' Is pitiful. Every
christian should attend.-
We desire this and nothing more
that every person pay us promptly
our just dues.- It takes money to ran
a newspaper, - and a newspaper is
what we desire to furnish. Then help
u l to do it. "Walk tip pay np.
An exchange says, the best remedy
for baldness is to rub whisky ou your
head until the hairs grow out, aud
then take it inwardly to clinch the
root. Judging from what we very
frequently see ou our streets, this is a
popular remedy in Eaton.
Our neighboring Butlercomty gals
hare some grit, A few days ago one
of them, only fifteen years old, was re
proved for some fault by her mother,
and she walked to the Miami river,
plunged in and drowned. She is now
Our citizens should take ail neces
sary precautions to guard against the
small-pox by the use of disinfectants
and vaccination. This foul disease is
on the increase in Cincinnati, and is
already in many of onr neighboring
towns, and may reach our city at any
time. ;-- ii - -. - .
The average school boy now longs
for ice aud snow so that he will have
a legitimate excuse to run away from
school. . . -
We don't want any money our
selves, but we know of several 'per
sous who do, and we thing we conld
inflate the currency somewhat, if we
were only made the starting point.
The terror of tho farmer just now
ia the tree peddler, who fascinates the
horticultural soul with a book full of
gorgeously colored pictures of all
sorts of possible and impossib o fruit,
such aa uever grew on earthly trees.
L. Williams, Esq.. the obliging and
gentlemanly Superintendent of the
C, II. & D. Railroad, has put another
train on the track between Richmond
and Cincinnati, for the accommoda
tion of passengers. That is good.
Three trains a day, you can go and
come to suit you. ,.;
The Dayton D'bmockat publishes a
sensational story about a Hoosier gal,
on visit to that city, that twice
swooned and was carried from her
bed room on account of Thomas Cat,
who had, without malice or pretense
aforethought, quietly preceded her
and took possession of her downy
couch. That -beats Bessie Turner's
adventure. Let us have a book with
a "cat hi the case." ' ,
It is worthy "of remark that when
cold weather approaches and other
vegetables hegiu to -fade, "-whiskers
sprout up and flourish with the ut
most vigor. Many a face, which, in
summer, appear barren as the deserts
of Arabia, In winter is in most luxuri
ant crop. Everything iu its proper
season cowslips in spring, cucuin
hers in summer, cantelopes in autumn
and whiskers in winter.
The vocal, and instrumental enter
tainment given by Madam and Pro
fessor Goxzalm, in the City Hall on
Sunday and Monday evenings last,
under the supervision and for the ben
efit of St. Patrick's Church, of Eaton,
was decidedly the finest musical treat
that'our citizens ever had an opportu
nity to enjoy, nud we are glad to say
that it was well patronized, and the
musical talcst of the singers highly
appreciated by., the audience v .- ; ;
' A'hile it is two that wo will b de
prived of some of oht amusements by
the reigu of cold winter, yet there arc
others to take their p'ace. This ts one
of the advantages of a variety of sea
sons. Each, hat its" peculiar pass
times as well as temper;.- There is no
monotony, hut an incessant round of
Chang-, change of sport and labor.
The frost king, while ho plio his
dainty architecture ou the window
paw, and laughs, the gaudiest palace
patterns to scorn, also glasses .over
stream and pond, so that the anxious
skater may biud the ringing steel
his f heels, and outspeed tho wiudo
Tlia snow-flakes will not only disport
in the : air, snggosMng flie'picking of
celestial geese, but gathering thick
and firm on the earth will make a bed
of fleecy down for the idle sleighs'
ami, awaken the merry tiiitinabulalioii
of the bells. What rollicking run the
exubcran; boys find in buffeting the
storm, aud polling each other with
snow balls, how sleds are iu demand,
'av and arrowy, and pretentions
named as the rcgalest clippers of tho
sea ! In-doors what.gaines and what
zest hi their pursuit I What social
gatherings around blazing hoarlhs,
snch as winter only knows I. What
Christmas, jubilation what New
Years jolities. Ami then, though
there be days of cloud and gloom, ev
ery one is a step of time towards
April in tears, and blushing May,, -?
The crown and glory of the spring.
Ho! For the Holidays!
Everybody will feel that t'uese hard
tin es, articles fcr Christmas presents
should be sold at very low prices, and
the "dear people" are going to patro
nize those who sell their good? the
cheapest for the "give away purpose."
The firm of Messrs. S'ichaki &" Sos,
stand foremost among those In Eaton
wIkj are working for the interest of the
people, and au inspection of their im
mense stock of articles for the Holidays,
will convince any One of this fact. To
enumerate one 1 alf of their stock would
occupy S whole page of our paper, and
therefore we win only mention a few
tin inost proiuiueut, and then advise
everybody to go and examine for them
selves. They have Juvenile Books, Toy
Books, Gift Books, Albums, Bibles,
Pocket Books, Cigar Cases, Card Cast
Handkerchief and Glove Box' s, Jewel
Cases, Writing Desks, Se rctarys, Ste
reoscopes, St' roscopic Views, Pictures,
Chroms, Lithographs, Picture Frrmes,
Frames made and manufactured to or
der, Toy Banks, Parlor Croquet, Chess,
Checkers, Dominoes, Checker and Chess
Boards and Games, in great variety, Gold
Pens, Holders and Pencils, Perfumery,
Cologne, Toilet Powder', "Sachet Pow
ders, Toilet bottles in great variety, and
a thousnud more thiugs we cau't just
now call to memory, and we say again,
to be satified of the endless variety
their Christmas presents for the old and
y ung, the grave and gay, go and
Thk New York Observer. This best
of family newspapers is as fresh and in
teresting, now in its fifty-third year,
ever before; and, Indeed, wo thin!:
moie so. Its letters alone arc worth
more than the subscription price of
paper. It repudiates all offers of pre
miums, pictures, Ac, aud setds to
patrons a splendid family newspaper
the largest dimensions, containing
the desirable news, religious and secu
lar, and an endless variety of reading
for young and old, all of which is pure
and good. Every family should have
it. For specimen copies, address S.
1'riiie & Co., New York.
Eoddy Reynolds has a few more
the "Rotary Self-feeding Stoves
and persons wanting a comfo: table
and pleasant warmer for tlie coming
winter, should have one of these pop
nlar stoves in their house. '
Court of Common Pleas.
Court convened on Monday, Nov. 29,
with Judge Hume presiding. After the
Grand Jury was einpaunelled, sworn
and . charged, the Court proceeded to
call the civil docket. The following is
a summary, of the business disposed of
during the first week:
M. L. Ware vs. C. K. Augspurger, et
al. Tried to the Court judgment for
J. B. Welsh vs. M. Huffman, Adm'r.
Submitted to Court judgment for plain
Jfayne v. Wilson, et al. New ap
Davis, et al. Adm'rs. vs. Jacob Na
tion. Tried to jury, verdict for del ead
Antrim, Gnard'n. vs. M. F. Stephens.
Triea to Court, judgment in favor of
plaintiff, $313,C3. - : '
Sol. C risuian vs. T. W. Harris, et al.
On mortgage. Decree for sale. Order
stayed tiU Feb. 1.
Chrhsman vs. Harris, et al. Judg
ment agaiust 1." W. Harris, $129,2 i.
Execution stayed 30 days.
Ch isinun, etui, vs.' J. Simpson. Tried
to Jury, verdict lor plaintiffs, $315,
Ireland vs. Ireland. In error. Judg
ment of J. P. revi rsed.
Anna Fi dge vs. M. Blackford, et al.
In partit ou. Sale confirmed and dis
Win. Bittle vs. Eliza Thomas, etal.
Ou note and mortgage. Amount found
due, $105,S9. Premises ordereJ to be
Brown vs. Schloser. Settled.
Mary E. Smith vs. Geo. Smith. Dis
missed. Fred. Lyons vs. M. Loop, et al.
John Oit & wife vs. Susan Lyons, et
Elijah Pease vs. N. Schlosser, et al.
In these three cases, sales in partition
were confirmed and distribution order
ed. Clemincr vs. Crume. Surveyor or
dered to make survey of premises in
Meyer ys. Quinn & Klingcr. Dis
mis cd at defendants co t.
Beriheua Gregory vs Jas. II. Gre
gory. Di voice grained.
Marsh & Foos, Admr's. vs. Jos. Gar
ver. Sale couth ined and distribu iou
ordered. . " . , ; -. '
Foos, Adm'r. vs. E. Brower. ' Judg
ment for plaintiff.
ilowe Machine Co. s. S. Jt. Moore;
etal. Judgment for laintilf, $l0s),42.
S.J. Brown vs. C as. Brown. Dis
missed. t , . .
Meyer vs. Wilson & Lanius. , Guard
ian appointed for minor dteiidaut.
H. T. Gain, s vs. S. H. Chad wick, et
al. On mortgage. Uucico for sale of
land. .:, n ... ; j ,
Jane Pence i. A. J. PeTice, et, al.-n
Judgment for plaintiff, $118,13. ;
Gaar, Scott Jt Co. vs. A. M.Trnax,
et al. Jud-nieut for plaint. tf, $850,45.
Bantliu vs Dearth, ct al. Dismissed.
II. Morton, Adm'r. vs. Xntliau f loan.
Judgmeiit lor iilaiiitiff, $4.0,Sd.
Elizabeth Starr vs. A. L. Geeting, et
al. -Anioutic louud due, $743,sj. Sale
ordered. . '
Mary K. Griffls vs. .Toliu,'. Grillis.
Judgiucntiii lavor of plaintiff. "
Tne Grand Jury made heir report on!
Friday, They examined 122 witnes es !
aud returned 43 true bills of indictment,
of which 24 are lor violations of the ;
liquor law. iue remainder are lor va
rious crimes, as lot lo.v: -'
House breaknig, 3: assauU andj) t
commencing Wed:.esday, Dec. S.
, 4; burglary ,i,l lareenr, 5; petit j
trcPiiv, it shotin with inieiit to ki I. .
5-steilh.x in , re, fr rnih cxinceaU ,
WealHM S 2' lor"urr t
jt.e aute' (loeket"w AHt for trial
Court of Common Pleas. SPECIAL NOTICES.
IJever Known to FaiU .:;
Dr. iloi ris' S nip of Tar, Wild Che i
ry and IIor"lioiin I lias never Uen
known to fail in ucriii netitlv etirin
obslinate Coughs, CoIils.Croiipi Whoop-i
lnjj t;ony;n, nor anv Mis ases oi the re-;
piratory oran audit doe?-it too at
onuel It is not necessary to take it lor
11 long runn oeiore you on (list-over iu
bem fivial elfeets. its sale in thui cnni-
tniuiity U immeiise' nu t its (Piuni-irity
universal, it should not be classed
with C 'mpouuds put up by iuexperi-
crnicii iijliiiii. ills ipi 11 1 1 i.) uiiiau-
teed to b composed cf tlie purest and
best materials, and prepared i:i a se'en
tiiie manner and to al ways givr satis
faetion. Dp not fail-to give tliU'cruat
aid potent remedy u trial. It v ill not
and cannot disappoint vol.. Try it
once. Ask fT Dr. ,M rris byrup ot
Tar, Wild Cherry . 11 1 Ilnrehouu I, and
take none other. - J rial size, It) cent.'. '
Dee. 2, 1875-lm
Families or Groceries wauling oi.n
wheat fCodr warranted to give sat
isfaction can be supplied nt the new
Steam. Flour Mill. Flour delivered
to any part of the city. .., .- .
Bring 011 your grain, farmers, and
Messrs. Lindsay & Krynolds of the
new Steam Mill will guarantee as
good quality and turnout as any mill
in the State.
Got) Hill's and buy old wheat
flour guaranteed iniuleut the new
Steam Mill. . r-
TCrn mirl nl.n.-tc miv..,l f, i m.t
the new Steam Mill.
The "Rotary" is the test parlor stove
ever invented,, and you can burn hard
or soft coal iu them. Roddy Reynolds
has them for sale. Try one.-
If yon want a good stove if you want
a cheap stove if you want the sk plus
cltka stove of the season go to Itoddy
Reynolds' and purchase one of bU l-lto-t-uy"
ioal burners, aud you will have
Everybody knows Bkn. Gain us, but
they don't all know that he can beat
"any other man" in Eaton or Preble
county,, renovating aud cleansing old
clothes, however dirty, and upon rea
sonable terms. Ben's domicile is ucar
the Depot, where he will le pleased to
receive customers iu his line of busi
ness. Drop in.
The Jargeat lot of clothing that bas
ever been brought to Eaton can now be
seen at the st rc ofM. Sturm fieeof
A magnificent stock of the best quali
ty of ready-made clothing is now being
offered very low at the closing bouse
If you want a 1 at, cap, necktie, coat,
vest or pants, cf the very latest style,
go to M. Stnrm's before bis assortment
You will always find something new
iu the way o" men and boys' wear at
M. S'urm's. Call and see.
All kinds of Collars at M. Sturm's,
and the cheapest and best in town.
If you want to buy a "nobby" ready
made or made to order suit t f clothes'
go to M. Sturm's.
You will save m ney oy purchasing
your clothing at the cslablishmen't of
We make to all new subscribers to
the Democrat for 1876, the following
liberal offer: For
we will send the Democrat aud
COLUMBUS WEEKLY DISPATCH
one year. The Dispatch is a large,
beautiful, thirty-six column paper,
printed on clear, new type, and will
contain full Legislative and Congres
sional Reports, "besides Miscellaiie
ons Reading, News, fcc. To allocr
who will pay us $2,25 IN ADVANCE
for 1876, wemake the same liberal
offer. If j-on want cheap reading,
you can get it here. Your own
County Paper for Home News, and
the' Dispatch for Congressional, Leg
islative and General News.
Send iu your name3 and the mo
ney immediately, so thai yon may
commence. with the 1st of January.
This ( ffer makes the subscription
price of both papers, only
Two Dollar and Twenty-five
A specimen of the Dispatch may
be seen at this office. Come on now,
all you who want
This is the most liberal newspaper
offer ever made the people of Preble
county. Their Home paper and the
best paper at the State Capital, both
ONE YEAR, free of postage, for the
small sum of TWO DOLLARS &
CUT THIS OUT,
It May Save Your Life.
There is no person living but what
siiiiVrs more or les with Lung Disease,
Congh., Colds or Consumption, yet
i-ome would die rather han pay 75 cents
for a bottle of medicine that would cure
thein. Dr. A. liosehee's German Syrup
lias lately lxen introduced iu this i onu
try from Germany, ami it3 wondcrons
cures astonishes every one that try it.
If you doubt what we say in print, cut
this out and take it to our Druggist,
Brookius & Sou. nud get a sample bot
tle for 10 cents and try it, or a r gular
size for 75 cents.
' Eaton, Nov. 25, 1875-4 m
JOlIJfSTOy BROWX Nov. 25th,
at the residence of the hriile's IHtlier, in
C'niii'len, O., lv Kev. W. W. Colincry,
I). D., Hon. W, A. John ton: of .Min-
neupt lis, K.ins:us an I me::ibei el. ct to
uie i einiuiure 01 tiiai ouiie, iu ni&i
COXGEIt LOCK WOOD D c. 2nd.
at the residence of the bride's father,
Jn Katon, Mr. J. II. Conger, of West
Florence, to Miss Emma Lot-kwood
- ''"K 'mp iny are nmv w.rran-
; " 1 ? it
,: i"".Ve.ire the control ot all
saira III ki i mil j vi rwirc i -
' A Pnianent ea?h buoinoM uu.l
WANTSD.-'Hie Mnoliattaii Mhii-
.1 mi nopoiy inai m iy ue inaue to pay
$5,111)0 per annum. " For particulars nJ
dress, with stamp enelosml.
G. A. LUMPKIN', PresMnnt,
. 147 lieade S reet, N'. Y.
Turapise Eles ion.
fnnK Stoekliolderj of the Dayton ami
jl western iiirnpixc 1,01111 any, art1
notified to meet at Webber's Hotel, on
.Monday, tl.e 3 I day of January, VS70,
tor tlic purpose ot electing hve Uircc
tors to serve the ensoul;! year.
A. DUN LAP, Prcs't.
V. J. Gilmoiiu, See'y. -Ka'oir,
Dee. 9, 1875-ot
Case 110. 3633.
Isaac N. Welsh, 1 Ordorof sale
sh, 1 Ordor
I)UKSUAXT to a 2d plurius order of
1 sale Issued from the onrt of Com
nion Pleas of Preble minify, Ohio, in
ihe above stated case, and to the .Sheriff
of sunt county directed, I will offer for
sal'; at public auction, at the door cf the
Court House, in baton,
On Saturday, January 8, 1S76,
betweei the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, p.
m., the following premises, situate in
Eaton, Preble c unty, Ohio, and de-
serioeu as lollows, to-w it
Being in the north pai t of the town
of baton, and oeingall ot out-Lot num
her 20, as uumbcre . and designated on
the plat of out-Lo s laid out by Pleasant
Jennings, as an addition to the original
plat ot out-Lots ot the said town ot Ea
tor., and 011 the north of said original
plat of ut-Lots. Said out-Lot contains
3' acres, more or less.
Also, the following described real es
j tate, situate in Katon, Ohio, to-wli : Be
I ing all of in-Lot number 3, as number
!l nJ designated on the plat of said
Tnu'll wiiii-ii wua iriin it.T mtn nii.n
Lots and platted by the Commissioners
ot Prelde county as au 'addition to the
oiiginal plat of iii-I.ots of the Siiid town.
Also, the following described reales-
i tate, U-wit: Being all of Lots numbers
4, fi, 6, 7, H, , 10, J, 2, a, 11,12,13 & 14,
ofSamuel (little's sub-division of Lot
number 19, Pleasant Jennings' addi
tion to the out-Lots if said town of Ea
tun. Appraised at :
In-Lot Xo. 3, $2,50(1
Out-Lots No. 1 & 3, 1 1(1 each
" " 2 & 4, 100 "
" - " 5 & 14, 75 "
" " 6 80
" " 7 & 13, fio "
" " 8 All, CO "
" ' " l:t, 70
" " 9, . 53
" " 10, ro
3 acre tract, 400
TERMS One-third cash, one-thi:d
in 9 months and one-tl ird in IS months
from day of gale; deferred payments
biai'6 percent, interest, and to be se
cure by mortgage on the premises.
JOHN TOVV.N'SEND, Sheriff.
R. W. QriN.v, Att'y.
I;-c. 9, 1375-tds ' prf f 12,00
J.T. 1)11, I L. Rinivr.ER, I J.C. HAWKINA.
J. T. DEEM & CO.
WE have opened in the room recent
ly occupied by F. M. Deem,
full line 1
DOMESTIC DRY COOD3
Also, a nice stock of Cloths, Cassimcres,
Cathing Made to Order.
We invite everybody to call ai d ex
amine our goods and prices.
?;ov. 18, 1875-3m
DrTA. A. CHURCHILL,
HAVING permanently located
Dental Otlice in this place, is now
prepared to do all kini.s of first-class
work 011 short notice. All work war
ranted to give satisfact ion.
Office on Barron St., over Rossman
11am nicigp s DfiKerr.
Eaton, June 21, 1873-tf
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Cash Capital: $100,009
Bank of Discount & Deposi.
HAVING removed to and occupied
onr Old room in the Odd Fellows-'
Building, which has born greatly en
larged and thoroughly r furnished with
a view to accommodating onr business
wants more thoroughly, tie do
A General Banking Business,
in all its various forms Receive Depos
its tot efther uSsa or shout time, and
allow , fUTTRKST on T ME De osits as
per special agreement with parties mak
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June 11, 1874-tf
PREBLE COUHTY BANK
,1T E.1TOJV, O.
II. C. lliestand,
John P. Acton
H. C. HiESTAND & CO.
Bank cf Discount & Deposit
Government and County
Bonds, Coin and Exchange
MONEY TO LOAN
, ON .L1BKHAL TEKMS.
IJTTE11EST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Katon, Feb. 4, IS75-ly
HOWE . SEWING
"AX be seen
at our ofBce as below
specified, v here will always be
found a full slock; also, a good supply
Silk Thread, Cotton and
Everv per-on wi-hin to buy a first-
class SKWlNoJ MACHINE should not
fail to call and examine our stock aud
prices bUfttre purcbasing elsewl ere.
Wo claim for this machine
.1 More Elastic Stitch,
and bettei adapted for all kinds of work
than any other machine now In the
market; and will guaiantee entire sat
Eg Sold on easy terms, in monthly
payments, if desired.
THE HOWE MAGHSNE CO.
DANIKL WIKEL, Jr.,
F.aton, I'rcble Co., O.
Eaton, March 11, 1875
Have received Irom New iork
A Large and Splendid Stock
CARPETS OF ILL
Wool and Cotton Yarns
Window Shades and Fixtures,
Parasols, Hats, shoes,
KNIVES & EORKS
Aud a great variety of other Goods,
Our old customers ar.d the public gen
erallv are rercetfullv invited to call
and examine our goods.
Wool, Butter, Eggs, Feathers. Eags,
Are taken in Exchange for Goods,
Oct. 8. IS74. 40-tf
1 - WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL DEALE
THE EVER POPULAR
Ac, Ac.. Ac.
OS-tlitrticst prlrr- In ca!i or trndr, paid for
kinds of v
talcio, Nov. 51. ls;i.
E. E. DAHRAGH,
AND DEALER I!f
Afletalic, Walnut, Imita
tion Rose Wood Coffins
Hs, Lining d Trinziingsl
constantly on baud.
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.
No Extra Charge for Long Drives
of all kinds at low rates.
Farmers mid Grangers will do well
to call ou me for Undertaking am: Fur-
iture. J. JS. DAUKAUH.
Post Office Building, Eaton, Ohio.
Eaton, Sept. 2, 1875-ly
THE ONLY STOVE MADE
TTith Sliding Oven Doors.
Patented Feb. 2, 1869, tad Sept. 2, 1869.
- . STOVES,
in & Sheet-Iron Ware !
Galvanized Work'of all
Crestlngs, &c, &c.
rgEepalring promptly and neatly
Old Hags 4 Iron Taken
in Exchange. "
SI op on Barron Street, opposite the
V urt House.
Eaton, May 2", 1875-ly
EON '& HARDWARE
S rJ? O 15 12.
Commercial Block, 2d door, Main St.
A NXOUNCK to their
friends and the pub
lic that they have on hand
una intend to Keep a constant assort
ment of '
IRON. STEEL. NAHS &
which tiny will sell on
O JL. S II
rhey have an unlimited supply of all
Also exclusive Agents for the celebrated
ROAD & SPRING
The best of
BLACKSMITHS' YOUGHIOOHEXT 'J0AL
ir- ays on hand at the lowest marke
pric . JilUSON & DJiGEOOT
i:iton, teb. 11, lS7a-ly
KEW DRUG STORE !
n IHE un Icrsigned would respectfully
L inform the citizens of Camden aud
viciuity, that he has opened a
NEW DRUG STORE
In Camden, On Main Street.
He offers to the public acoa plete as
rEKFUWERY, TOILET AKTICLES,
LAMPS 4 FIXTURES,
Choice Cigars & Tobacco.
Pure WiDes and Liquors,
for medical purposes, aud all the Pat
ent jiouii hips 01 the (Jay.
Pres- riptions carefully compounded
stall hours, day or night.
C-l'artieuIar attention given to fill
ing Family Rec !pts.FJ
Al;c, have on hand a choice line
btaply and Faui y
Family Groceries !
All of which will he sold nt LOW
PETCES. He would rospeel fully so
licit a share of public patronage.
B. Parties desironsof purchasing
PIANOS and ORGANS will do well bv
callirg on me before purchasing. Ex
tra liuiucemenis ollered. j.r. vv .
Camden, June 10, 1875-ly
FALL TRADE I
SAVE YOUR MONEY
BY BUYING OP
Gents' Furnishing Goods-
A choice assortment of
ready to be made np to order in Gents'
Clothing. Al;o, a large stock of
of dillerent styles, which he will sell
low as nnv house in Eaton. MATS
and CAPS of every style at small
profits. Call at the old stand, 2 doors
east or Cuerry street, in his acw Block.
Faton, O., April 22, 1875.
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HARPER A BROTHEttS, New York.
Nov. 25, 1875
A prom In on t New Yorlt pnysictan lately com
plahted to DUNDAS DICK A CO. at out their San
dalwood OU Capsules, staling tiiat so me limes tliey
cured miraculously, buttltuta patient ut hWhad
taken them without effect, on tK-in:r Informed
that several iruiUtttoiis were sold, he inquired and
totmnms pniieni naa not nt eu laxmg ui.nuas
DICK &CO S.
What happened to this nhvsic.an raiy hare
haiMned to ntliers, uii:l Dt'ND.AS UlCh. &
utka ibis method of pmieciitiir physicians, dru-
Siats and themselves, and prcvfiitin Oil ot San
ilI .vntitl from cuiiiiiiif into disrepute.
PHYSICIANS who onoe preserilH? tho Capsules
wilUXiNTlNt'K TO DO SO. for the v cnt:i(n
VUltEOlI-ln the UES1'A.N1 CHKAl'iST form.
DUNIJjS DiCKdiCU. use mure OU ot Sandal
wood than :.l! the w holosale unu Itetail Druggists
and Perrnnu-r in the Untied Kiatecvrnhtiifd,
this i?the SOLE reason why the PU'KKOlLis
sold CllUAl'iiiilu i ue. r capsules uiau iu
OU. OF SANDALWOOD is fast superseding
rv otherrHiitedv.si.civ Cutules (NL.Y heinz
quired to insure a rafaiid certntn cure in six
eight darn. From other niMilctne can the r
Ctllt hp llHll.
DITXDASDICK C .'S Srirl' CAPSULKSviIve
the prolilr-ni, loni; eonsi-iered by eminent p!iysi-
ClilliS, l now lo U'ii hit iiituwn iiii'iis;ii3ir-
nf rienct d in swullowiiiic. which vv well known
detract from, if not destroy, thcood eutcip
m-Miv valuable remedten.
Moft Cansules are put up In tin-foil and neat box
es, ihirty iu each, and are the only Capsule pre-
scrlbei ny pnvsu'iHiis.
TAWTELKSS m Kuiui Jc. vasror on
many other nauseous m dicinea can be taken eaa
Hyand sarely In DUN DAS DICK A COSSOT
C PKT'T.KS. NO T AKTK. NO SM VA.l..
CfF These were the only Capsules admitted
me lan rans Liposmnn.
SOLD AT ALL DULU n.r.u.x.
Oct. 2H. 17'.
Price Twenty-live Cents.
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pAnt.ii.inri comDlete list of all t he to wnaln.
XJntted States, the Territories and Die Dominion
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to advertiser as giving greatest value In propor
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iPA.tiia Ktiiir.it, mini. Commercial. Insurance,
uui vait( r.aw. Snort in r. Musical. Fashion,
other special cla Journals; very cmplete
Toeetlier with a complete list of over UOG German
napers printed in tne unnea nvaitn. aiwj, m
non advertisine; nisny tables of rates, show-
i.. .hurr.t nt'ndvprthilnff in various newsn.-iners,
andfveryihinn which a UeK inner in advertising
wartlike to kuo,v nnwwr.T. rn
41 Fark Row. New Tork.
t 28. li
LIVE A3JNTS WANTED,
To sell Dr. Chase's Eecrpe?; or
for Everybody, In every coun
ty in the Un'ted States and Cnnadas.
Enlarged hy the publisher to 648 pagi
It contains over 2000 household recipis
and Is suited to all classes and condi
tions of society. A wonderful hook
ahouseh Id neaessitr. It sells at sight.
Greatest Inducements ever offered
book agents. Sample copies seut
mail, " postpaid, for $2,0Q. Exclusive
territory given. Agents noretin
their money. A'htres. Ji Chase's
Steam Printing llpe Aim Arbor.
Xov. 18, lS73-tw..
F A1VUL Y ' G RU C RIES A
f ' AND -
ii. V HILL
INVITFS especial attention to liU
-tockof FAMILY GROCKRlESA
PRODUCE, of which he keen a full
and complete stock al his old etaml on-
Baron Street Eaton, G.,
He flatters himself that he canficH:
as low as any other house in town, and.
wfiikeepaiwarsoii hand the ucft brand.
PROVTSIONS, VEfJETABLES, ALMQKOS
FPfCEX. TEAS. " .
COrFKE, KAISIXS. ... ,
BUTT EH, CUKVFr ' ' "
HAMS, SIlOUrDRP. i
AMi.LT F LOU it, CORN CEAi.tl A. KICK. i
Salt by the Barrel..
Tlie patronage of the public is ? olicicwl -
it. 10. j yi. - - ' r: : i
E umber ! Eh tuber t .
To Til3 FuDlic. - '
E02I1TS0N CHAMBEF.S & CO.'' '
KEEP Mimltm LOWEST MARKET Pltir-K9 '
I'INE, POPULAR Knl ASH Flouring. Drs-1
Pine and PouTtLirSldeuir. Urtfsst d An i'lne nd
POPLAR FINtSHISU LUMBER, ,
8TAJBBALLCSTERS. SEWKL rOSTS,c- f
Are also preparwl to ftirnislr '
F:c j- Doors for $2,00 nml $2,50.
DOORH. -WINDIV.'PRAirFS.SASIT PASEl'"
and Bitten Doors aui to SA W up. MorLD OR J
TURN LUMHEK to order. We intend to nke it
lo the Interest of those needing anytUUiK iu our '
line to deal with as.
HIGHEST MARKET PlttCE PAIUF JR DR1 ,
rllrLAH AD M MnKK.
ROBINSON, C1JAJ11KS & CO. -
Eiton.Aprill.lS7t. if .
T. M.' ANDERSO '
MAXfJPACTUBEIl A KD DEALER VS'-'.'
Harness. Saddles, Bridles:
COLLARS, WKiPS, &,
And all goods generally found in a first-"
class Saddle and Hai nesaeaUiblislinieiit.
Fine Harness a Speciality.
' ' AXD ' ' "...
shoi; SHOP !
BROWN & LOY, -
HAVE opene a Shoe Sliopover I.ong
necker's (irocery, and solicit ashnre
of the public patronage. " We call spe-.
ciul attention to our Custom Made Sew
ed Boots & Shoes. . .' .
All Work Warranted
to fit and suit. ; Mending done with'
ueatness and despatcli. '-''-.'
BKOWX & LOY. - .
Eaton. Oct. 1. 1875 ' ' . ,V,
RAILROAD TIME [...]
Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R.
Passenger Traiaj will ru o& this Boad, leaving
Xbt gcTBral Stations as follows i
. . No. 14 Nrx M No. 4
Accom. Chicago Ex C-AFt W. -
Clncfrmatl . 700 p m 7 36 a ra
HumHion 4 30 p. m. iH m 8 a m
Boaierviile. & 3j p m8S4 p hi ft 11 a m
CHQiden 650 p m 8 44 p m 9 SI am
Eaton . i SO p m t OH p m 9 47 am
Florence,. 735 p m 9 27 p mlOO&ani'
Hiclimond. 8 i5 p m&6 p miesoam
No; 97 '
7 00 a m
7 SS ft m
& 27 ft ro
8 46 a ro
w p m
C Ft. W
fi w i
4 20 ft
7 OS a
7 33 a
8 35 a
Ha mil ton.;.
9-07 p n
6 45 D IE
7 W p -ir
7 49 p IT
7 B3 p . B
8 34 n tr
9 40 p D
L. WIT.LIAMS, GenlSupt.
ble DEALEE Ii" '
STOVES &. TIN WARE!
CAMDEN, OHIO. V
KEEPS constantly ou hand a full
stock of all kinds of Stoves, Tin
and sheet-iron W are. -' ' ' :
' a mo -'" ' r
Roofing, Guttering and. Spouting, -proraptly
attended to on call, together r
V. V. XHLSOX.: v.:
CStore In Gard's corner, on ilairti
- Dl 1
street, orposite the Danser House, i .
wiiuc iy,ioij-ij - ..
Barron Street, Eaton, Ohio
I ' EEPS constantly on hand a large -l.
stock of first-class
BOOTS AND SHOES,
which he will sell at reasonable prices
for cash. He will do all kii ds of Re
pairing promptly, and on the most
liberal terms. Give him a call.
Christ. Brown's old stand; Barroni'
St., E ton, O.
Eaton, Fet. 4, lS75-tf
$20 000 WOftTH OF
is j nr.j. ;rMi.i i
MEAf. YOUTH AND BOYS..
And one: ed at prices fhat will suit all
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS I
Trunks, Hats, Caps, 6cc,
Tlie Largest Stock Ever in Eaton I
v 111 be sold down to
THE G30DS MUST BE SOLD
And the only way to do it these hard
t iues Is to make thern,,t
for evtryone to tmy.
Svr Is yon
CALL AITD SEE
My stock before putchafin? lsewhere.
O' posito Jail. Stephens' Blnck, Ea
tmi,01iio. M. STURM.
K atou,.rulv 1, 175-ly
m. BOOT 1 SHOE ffi