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THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT,
L, G-. GrOTJXD, Editor. Iky 9, .372. Adjourned. Both branches of the Ohio Legislature adjourned at 10 o'clock on Monday the 29th ult, to meet again on Jan. 2, 1873.- Before adjourning, the bill to provide for electing delegates to the Constitutional Convention in the spring of 1873 was taken up and killed, most all the Kepubli cans voting for it and most all the Democrats against its pas sage. - . ' : The Republican majority in the Legislature passed a most iniqui tous Congressional Apportion ment' Law. A The . v districts V are neither compact In territory nor are they equal in population. In the latter respect they vary from 117,000,.: which Ja 16,000 below the ratio required, and 140,000, which is 7,000 too many. .They are abomrnably'cropked in shape aod incouynient. to the ; people of most of. the counties that are thrown together.. : t Look at oar District, which is now' - the ' 4th. ' Darke, ' Preble, Montgomery, and Qreen,and then take a map and look at their po Bitions. ; If the people don't re pudiate the 'outrage, we shall think they have lost all regard for fair dealing and will endorse any party infamy, however mon strous.' ' We shall see ! .. . , The Ohio General Assembly has committed an indefensible act in passing a bill authorizing . the appointment "by the Govern or oi two Aline j inspectors at a salary, of $2,900 each, and a Board of Examiners at $5 per day.when on actual service,-to inspect the coal mines of the State and the working thereof in other words , to establish a Mining (coal-mIn ing) lepartment in the State Government.' This is so much money thrown away, in order to provide ' places for two or three Republican partisans. It was de signed for that purpose, and no th ing else. Let the tax-payers take notice'who at this time creates new offices with large salaries for them to pay. ; ' .': ' . We do not know; of a single journal of prominence, in the -United States,' that adheres to the fortunes of Grant for the Presidency," except it, be , those whose, editors and owners are of ficials or have held , office from their Master. They bow with all the servility and cringing exhibi ted by whipped spanniels. The Bigna of the times indicate a general loosening of party ties. The most sanguine Republicans are admitting that the' mission of his party .is complete. The con viction is. also . quite general Among members of the Republic an party that the corruption of the Grant -Administration, the legislation- of an 'equal corrupt character all at the expense and la the Injury of the labor and bus iness of the country induce thous ands of honestRepudlican citizens to wish a change. Onio.Iovray, Pennsylvania and oiuer oiaies nave eacn cnoeen a negrd ' among their delegates at large . to the Philadelphia Con vention. .But in the delegation from Massachusetts a . . State which has more noise' oyer ne gro's rights than all others--there is "nary a nigger !" How is this? Is the Old Bay State g ing back on Sambo? " Freddy; Grant is traveling in Egypt with G eneral Sherman, at the expense of the. Unitd States Government. Freddy is as fond of presents as his pappy and keeps his eye skinned for them. If the Secret'y of war will furnish trans portation the dear boy thinks of bringning home a pyramidor two. L Grant and his servile followers are beginning to see that there was a vast army of "disgusted" Republicans assembled at Cincin nati from all parts of the country. The Convention! OF THE Liberal Republicans! NOMINATION OF HORACE GREELEY AND GRATZ BROWN! The Liberal Republican Con vention which assembled in Cin cinnati, on the first of May was everything in point of nomber, enthusiasm aud harmony, that its friends anticipated,. and the sue cess of its nomination will, of course, depend entirely upon the suDDort 'received from the ele- - men t which made it. - There is no sane person but must be con vinced that the ticket .is popular and that it will gain Btrength and adherents as the cau vase progress es. ; II ok ace Gbeelby and Gbatz Brown are men of mind and in tellect, and, they will carry with them a large element of the Re nublican Dartv. and "should the Democratic National Convention in! their wisdom and liberality see proper to adopt them as their standard bearers, there is no doubt of their triumphant elec tion, by an overwhelming ma jority. ;,-A pcrer man, in private or public life, than Horace Gkee ley could not have been chosen a more' eenerous and warm hearted peareon Joes" not exist and no man could have been es ! feted -'whose election would, be hailed with more satisfaction by those who desire the closing np of the difficulties of the late civil war.4' His nomination has been received all aver the country with the wildest, pf , enthusiasm and the best of, feeling, aud; has struck terror into the hearts of the Gran tits; They see the hand writing on. the wall; : ,. - . ' The" platform r adopted, by '.the Convention is a good one, ; upon upon which every honest man and friend of republican, institutions can Btand. ' Tts; adoption by ao clamationyi was the death k.nell to the hopes of the friends of the Grant Military despotism." ; .; We give it below, with the address to thepeople'of the United States: The Address 6t Resolutions 1 Address to the people o the United. States. The -- Administration now iu power has rendered itself guilty of wanton, disregard of the laws of the land in the exercise oi powers not granted by the - Con stitution. It has acted a? if the laws had binding7 force only" for those who are governed, arid not for those who- govern. : It- has thus struck a blow at the funda mental principle of constitution al government and the liberties of the citizen." ' U . The" President, of the' United States has openly used the pow ers ahd,. opportunities i of his .high office.for the promotion of per sonal ends.; "tie haa kept notori ously corrupt and u n wort hy- men in places of power' and- responsi bility, to the detriment of"; the public interest. : He nas useu tne puDDC service of the Government as a machin ery of partisan and; personal - in fluence, and interfered, with ty ranical arroganee, in the politi cal affairs of States and munici palities. 'u He has rewarded with influen tial and lucrative" offices men who had acquired his favor liy.valtj able presents, thus stimulating the demoralization of our politi cal lite by his con picuous ex ample. ' lie has shown himself deplora bly unequal to the tasks imposed upon ' him by the necessities oi the country, and culpably care less of the responsibilities of his high office. The partisans of the Adminis tration, assuming to be the Re publican pnrty and controlling its organization, have attempted to justify such wrongs and palli ate such abuses, to the eiul of maintaining partisan, ascendency. They have stood in the wHy of necessary investigations and in dispensable reform, pretending that no serious fault could be foun i with the present adminis-. tration of public affairs, (litis se king to bliud the eyes of the people. They have kept alive the pas sions and resentments nf the lute ivil war, toiise them for their own advantage. They resorted to arbit.ru.ry measures iu direct conflict with the organic law, in stead of appealing to the better instincts and latent patriotism of the Southern people byjeestoring to them those rights, the enjoy ment of which, is "indispensable for a successful administration of their local affairs, and would (end to . restore a patriotic National feeling. They have- degraded themselves and tJie name of their party, one justly entitled to thj confidence of the nation, by a base sycophancy to the dispen ser of Executive power aod pa tronage uuworthy of Republican 1 freraen. They have Bought to silence the voice of just criticism, to stifle the moral sense of the people, and to subjugate public opinion by tyrannical party dis cipline;" they are striving to main tain themselves in authority ior selfish ends by an unscrupulous use of the power which rightful ly belongs to the people, and should be employed only' in the service of the Country." ; Believing that no organization thus led aud controlled can no longer be of service to the best Interests of" the" Reprblic, we have resolved to make an inde pendent appeaLtq the sober judg ment, cOnocience'and patriotism of the American people. RESOLUTIONS. ' We, the Liberal Republicans of the United States, in. National Convention assembled atCincin nati, proclaim -; the following principles as , essential , to just Governments . , ; li We recognize the equality of all before the law, and - hold that' it is the' duty-of Govern mentin its dealings with the peo ple to mete out equal and exact justice to all of whatever nativi ty, race, color or persuasion, re ligious or political. .2. We pledge ourselves to maintain the Union of the States, emancipation and enfranchise ment, and oppose any reopening of the Questions settled by the Thirteenth. Fourteenth and Fif tecnth Amendments of the Con stitution. ' j 3. . We demand immediate and absolute. removal of all disabili ties imposed on account of th rebellion, which was finally sub dned seven years ago, believing that universal, amnrs'y- will, re suit in complete pacification iu all sections of the country. .''A. Local self-government, with impartial suffrage, will guard the rights of Jill citizens more secure ly than any centralized power. ' rry i "it? 1 p i ' r 1 "iL l ne puDnc weiiare requires tne supremacy of Jthe civil over the military authority, and the tree dom of person under the protec tion of the habeas corpus. We demand for the individual the largest liberty consistent with the public order, for the State self-government, and for the Na tion returu to the methods of peace and the constitutional lira itations of power. '' 5.' The ' civil servicof ,the Government, has. become a mere instrument of partisan tyranny and personal ambition, and an ob ject of seltiah greeds It is a scan dal and reproach upon free insti tutions, and breeds a demoializa tion danffCTOus to the rosperity of Republican Government. . 6. We therefore regard, a thor onffh reform or the civil service as o lie of the most pressing ne cessities of the hour; that hones ty, capacity and fidelity consti tute the only valid claims to pub lie employment; that the offices Of the Government cease to be a matter of arbitrary favoritism and patronage, and that public stations become again a p -st of honor. To this end it is iinpera tivelv required that no Prebident shall be a candidate for re-elec tion. - 7- We demand a syBfem of Federal taxat on which shall not unnecesdar;l interfere with the industry t.t the people, and shall iirovjuesufjipieut means to pay the expenses of the Uoyprnment, econonncally administered, pen si'm.-s 'and the' interest on .the public debt, and a moderate an nual . reduction of the principal thereof; but recognizing the .ex istence in : our midst ot honest but lrreconciiiatc dittereuces ox opinion upon the merits oi. toe respective systems of protection and free trad, we remit the dis cupeiou .-of the subject to the peo pie in their Congressional . dis tricts, and to the decision of Con gress thereon, wholly free :from Executive interference of dicta? tion. .... ..... o i lie . puuiic creuit must oe r mi 1 1 3 i a. l scredl'.' maintained, and we de '..ouhoe repudiation in every form and gmse. ,. , U. - A speedy return to opecie payment is ' demanded alike by :he highest i: considerations of commerdal n:orality and honest government,. . ; .-. , - . 10. We remember with grati fnde the heroism arid sacrifices of the soldier and sailors of the Republic, and no act ot ours shall eve detract from their justly earned faiiie'or the lull rewards of. their patriotism. 11. Wo are .opposed to all fur ther grants of land to railroads or other corporations. the public domain should be held sacred to actual settbrs. 12. We hold that it is the duty of the Government in its inter course with foreign nations to cul tivate the friendship of peace by treating with all on' fair and equal term?, regarding it alike dishonorable either to dernaud what is not right or to submit to what is wrong. 13. For the promotion and suc cess of these vital principle's, and the ftupport of the' candidate nominated by this 'Convention, we invite and cordially welcome the co-operation of all patriotic citizens, without regard to previ ous political affiliations. a HORACE WHITE, Chairman of Cmmittee on Reso lutions. G. P. Thrtjston, Secretary. General Burnett, of Ohio Mr, President, I move that this sec ond Declaration ot Independence be adopted as a, whole by accla mation. .The motion was unanimously agreed to amid, the wildest ap plause, which con'inued for sev eral 'minutes. :. "After quiet was restored the President said: The Chair anuounces with gratification and pride that the resolutions are1 adopted - by a [Renewed applause.] For the Eaton Democrat. To the Editor of Democrat. Consistency is a jewel, it is said, and an honest man always de Bires to see it in all men, at all times '.and ill' all things. Now how about the "Register" pub? lish'mg from week, to week and frooiJyear to year, in a promi nent ; column, right among' the editorials, an advertisement of a vile whisky hitterp, called ?IIo3; tetters," and in the very adjoin; ing column a flaming article'on temperance, and that weekly too? 1 concludeit Js pure venality, all tor motey, not f mm principle the publishing that vile stuff from week to week along side of the flawing articles on temper ance, is a-' glaring advertisement of the disgusting venality of the "Register." But say the "Reg." we don't endorse the VtufT' if we do advertise it. Well, would you advertise: a bawdy house if offered -with:' the money? No they eay, because the aw prohib its that; . Well, now how do you draw the line between , wrongs and evils Jti, jt right to pnb l.eh' that tha.t isw wrong in itself if .the lawXaJlows it and not right to pubfish'that because the law prohibits " it ? . Swan says, and h.e is-good authorifj' in Ohio. "That, .he who adopt the Law of the land as the only guide in his dealings, or the onjy ; rule o: his moral conduct, is neither a good "neighbor, nor ah honest man." Now, the only conclusion that I can arrive at, in relation to the "Rffi"ser," is that they love mon ey too . well to be honest in their temperance principle?, that money is 'heir molocK, . and especially- la the pnhlic mnnev TRUTH. In 1856, the nominees of the Cineinnati Convention for Pres ident and Vice President bebt the Philadelphia candidates of that year for President and Vice Pres ident. As it was in 1856, so is' if likely to be in 1872! Notice. State of Ohio, AUDITOK OF 8TA1E OFFICE, Columbaa, March 7th. 1B7S. W Company, located ftt Now York, la the Butte of New York, has filed Id this office a Sworn Statement, by the proper Officers thereof, showing it condition and business, and has com plied, in all respecta, with the laws of this State re- TTTHKREA3 The New York Life Insurance larlnK to l.ire insurance companies. Now, Therefore, In pursuance of law,; J James Williams, Auditor of the Htat of Ohio, do hereby certlfv, t.nax bhio company is amnortKea ro trans act Its appropriate business of I-ifo Insurance in this State, in accordance wiih law, during tlit cur rent yenr. TVc coadition and business of Maid Company atweiate or such statement (JJec. 31, 1871,) is shown aa follows; - - AKgTsate amount of available Assets,. - . Including the sum of 050.636,i9 in ; Tjremium notes iMld hy the Com- ' pany on Policies Issued, - - 18,S06,817, Aaft-reKate amount oi Laanmiies, inciuu insclS.BSS.OOOIbr He-Insurance Ro-i cordlttir to the table; .with serve computed ny Tne umpany ac- interest Amount of Inconujur the pTecedlng yeir -per otMu.. . - $16,159,157,12 in cHsn, - - -Amount of Income fqr the- preceedlnj; year in Notes tor Treuilums, An.onntofExpendtturesforthe preceed- 6,76e,805,77 314,500,14 inft cash - . - - 390.303,55 Amount ox .oiwami. uiner annexions ..used In., payment of X.fi6ses -and . Claims. c. durinsr the year, SSfl,3.!.94 ; IN WITNESS AVHEHKUF,ihTehereumo - snbscrlbed my name, and -caused the (SKAX.) oi my omce to ne amxea, ttie aay aua year aboye written. JAS.H'ILUAMS, Auditor of State. Ij, O. Gould, Accent, at Eaton- Oalo, - mwi. New Hardware House! -IN EATON? '' ? Boner 5c Ely! er, . HAVE JUST OPENED A FCL.I. AND WELL : Selected Stock of Hardware! Iron H.,- v;: -C- ; - Agrio iiltura1 J:;, : Jtmpiemcmsi Carpenters Tools, &c. which tliey have purchased Directly from the ITantifactTirers -.- .-Ana importers, .' 1 and now offer ' ' -. . Special Inducements! in that line. ES" They have also added largely to their stock of AND Q u e ens ware !! And elaiiii to have the largest and best supply ever kept in one house in Eaton, and invite the trading public to , Give tliexxx a Call ! before -purchasing elsewhere. ' ' ' UU-NlSK JIB AIXUJUC. May 9, 1872 tf. . " - ' ' ' Seated Proposals Wlljj be received by the undersign ed upio noon of Saturday, May 25th, for the building of a Brick School House In sub-district number ar vvasu- ineton township. rhe Board of Directors reserve the right to reject any or all bids. . . The plans and specifications can be seen at the residence of the undersigned. By order of the Board ot .Directors. PETER COMFORT, May 9, 1872-w3. Clerk. Flowers! Flowers! To all lovers of Flowers, Mrs. R. M. Tingle desires to infornS, - that she will keep on hand during the season Roses, Geraniums, Gladiolasses, Verbenias.and variety of Dahlias, and Grapevines, at her residence on West Somers Street, Eaton, O. Call and see for yourselves. May 9, 1872-tf, It is important tbat tbe goods baying people should know that Ft3.DEEKU3'S OF " Is now complete for Has been selected with great care as to both quality and price. . , o Tt F. JTM. BEEWS jo will find DOMESTIC GOODS!! : tt; 'W. Jfl. yoii will Bed HATS & CAPS:! .It JP. .7. DEEWS you will find BOOTS & SHOES!! f .It F. JtI.':M9EEJtM8 yon will fiud NOTIONS of all kinds tt .It F. TJ. It EE 11 S you will find Everything in the way '.It F. Jfl. JJ EE. JI 8 U A " DOLLY VARBEN" DRESS Or a PARASOL, or. anything inthe Dolly Varden'Linc. - ' ' Jl .I S. F. W. ItEEJfl) will pafi Call ami eee him belore selling old ftand o-M aiiv street Euton. May 2, 1872-mos. 2. ' i OHIO FARMERS' r "Inssiraiace CJompgiBy!; Incoporatcd iit-lS-. isOmMMililln, Insures Only Farm Property in Ohio? w.' Only one Fire in a place guarantees if s ," ec.ii'rity aaad iPrmaheiicy . Rendering Us policies the best investment a farmer can make. 1 : Hemeinber We Insure Farm Property; Only. : ': Rates Lower than CompaniesDoinga Ceneral Business - Di ISOIaESSS Agent; lIar.fSi;i'&. Iiortit IN the Spring trade. ' you will find a place to get h the highest price for wool. F. Ji. Deem . can be touud ut bis Ohio. , . ? '' --:: ' . - . . , . i .... t . WI IJYSUR.VJYCE. ' ABLE5 Eaton Ohio. DIVORCE. "Malvina Jones 1 Court of ' Com ' . r vs. - mon Pleas Preble Obediah E. .Tones.) County, Chio. fPHE SAID OBEDIAH E. JONES, 1 ' ol the county ot ', Statu of I'J'ebraska, will take notice, that, Mal vina Jones, did, on the20thday of Apiil, A. D. 1872, file her petition jn the )f!';ce of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, within and for the comity of Pre ble, and Stato of Ohio, charging The siiid Obediah E. Jones with' gross ncjrlct of duty and habitual drunkenness for more than three years last past, and with' adul tery with one All's. - 1 vile, at the town of Xev Madison, Darke couutyj Ohio, in December, : 18t9,- and January 1370, and also, with adultery with divers lewd women -at a house of ill fame iu the, -city pf Richmond, Indiana, on. the loth day of February 1S70 ; aud. asking that she may be Divorced from the said Obediah E. Jones, and other and further relief, which petition . will stanu tor hearing at the next term of said Court. uateu ttns;3Utn nay or April, a. jj. 1872. By STIVER & FREEMAN, Atty's for Petitioner. Attest. D. B. MORROW. Clerk. May 2, 1872.-w6. ROAD NOTICE. "1TT OTICE, is hereby given that appli- i v cation will be made to the Commis sioners of Preble county, at their next session in June Jrd, 1872, to grant and establish A Free Turnpike on said road, as follows: Commencing on the Eaton and Lexington Free Turnpike at An drew Wikle's, south-west corner, and George Smith south-east corner, on the township line of Washington and Twin, and then running north on said line to the creek, and there to terminate. Also to vacate the road that runs from the township line between Lewis Marker and Andrew Wikle down the Creek in to the Eaton and Lexington Freepike at Andrew Wikle's south-east corner, and there to terminate. PETITIONERS. May 2, 1872.w6. - West End TAILORING. w:m:. ENO-Xjis, . MERCHANT TAILOR !! WEST MAIN STREET, EATON, O. ry A"l work, in his line doue with Neatness and Despatch. Cive Him a Call !! tW Cutting done in . good style and on short notice. Eaton May 2, 1872-tf. Attachment Notice.; Martin L. Wear 1 Before B. F. Larsh va. ! J. P. in Washington, C. Augspurger, ) tp., Preble County.O. et. al. On the 18th of April, a. r 1872, said Justice issued an order of Attachment in ehe above action, for the sum of $69.96. MARTIN L. WEAR. May 2, 1872.-W3. - I TRADE- YAGON! Is a three-spring wagon intended for general purposes, where a light wagon is requireu. lc manes a very neat - Business ,Wagon Is suitable for both farmers and grocers HI1CX G206aS 14 Sk ' SEWIITG MACHINE -WAGON, Being lighter than the ordinary kind, aria is made of the oet quality of mater ial throughout and ' . WARRANTED. All the principal carriage makers keep them. Send for descriptive catalogue to the manufacturers. - - - S. N. BROWN, Eayton, 0. Feb 8, ..18 WJI. T. KELT.Y. I T. J. FAUI.KNKU . ZELLY & PAULENES, . RFAL ESTATE. Agents LEWISBFRG, PREBLE COUNTY, OHIO. Will attend promptly to the Bale of all Real Estate intrusted to their care. . Persons having Property for sale or wishing to purchase will do well to eive us a call. Will attend to making Deeds, Alorteagas, ecc. . , Okfick. Witli T. J. Faulkner & Son, dealers in woolen, (ioods, lewlsburg. Feb. 15, 1872. 2m. GRAIN AND SEEDS. TI1E Undersigned would call the at tention of the farmers of Preble conntjr to the fact that they have established themselves in the Grain business at the Van Augdal Warehouse, south of cast Main Street railroad crossing, where we will give the highest market price for Gram and ("cel8. COOK & MILLER. 3f ov (j yl.tf ' Notice. Emma P. Ilafrh, will take notice, (hat An drew J. Hatcb.riid on the and day of April. A. 1k. lKTi, file hi petition In the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Ploaa. within and for the County of Preble, and State or Ohio, charging the Bald Kmmi P. Batch with adultery with one Theodore E. Smith, and asking that he may be divorced from the s.ild Emma 1'. Hatch, which petition wlU stand forbearing at tbe next term of said Conrt. Also the said Emma I. Hatch Is hereby noticed that the said plaintiff will take the depositions nl sundry witnesses on the 6th day of June, A. 1. 1674, at the office of I. H. Hovey In the city of Eochester, county of Monroe and State of Hew York, between tbe hours of 8 a. m. and 9 a. m wlth authority to sdjonrn from day to day until aU of said depositions are taken. Dated this tad day of April. A. T. 187. " . ANDREW J. HATCH. By (Has. DarljxGTOS, his Att'y. April 5, ls7w WK MA KK JOB PRINriKO A SPECIALTTV AND HO IT ON THE SHOXTEST KOTlC'S' give n a call: MONTHLY i ; In Eaton.' We the nndersla-ned Company woald respectfully announce that tbe First Regular Monthly Stock Sale, In Eaton, Preble County.O, WlU be keM On Saturday, May XUh 1872. - Wepropose to do i . L Fair and Honorable Business 11 . and Inrtte all persons to attend who wish to Buy or Sell Horses, Cattle, ! 7 Sheep,' ' Hogs, Wagons, " Ruggies; ;. " Harness, Fami Implement Or any other Property. ' J Terms Easy! nFHeadquarlernat Livery 8table on Main 8tre Any further iaCurmniloa ran be bad by addresMinir eltlier W. n. JI. B. MINOR, Pret.' JOHN T. DEEM, r c .7. ji. STPPirinvrs r P18. II. II. VAllU, Clerk. " . J. II. BOSTICK. Treasurer. Anrll lS7i. w4. - Kav 3 Now Received -1 FROM I HEKYORK !! AVBfeV t.VGK BTOClt' OF !;:;;(Sbdds!r-" Call : and " See: .Them. . '" all '72-tf.I- - . ' $1 O DOLLARS PHD a Tat fPWD av iAarin' . Set of Teeth, At the Dentil Offlce of Tt'TtLE i .WELSH, Minor' Uloekt Eaton, O.. ' ' C3" I'ersons caHins. EARi.f . In 'Ihd morning can have tbelr teeth In the. af ternoon. .''' ; - "J ' : Spet iaT attention given to p're;ier-lug natural teih .-.' Ft:b. I, 1872-T.f. '' : '' G. IBIROWN, C. BROWN, - -. . r .' .Taron Street, Jiaton, Ohioy , Kps n r 'T-rn hand a ful! Sio-lt of air tfnda -oJ 1 E.VTHKK, and makea to order every , style! of , ROOTS $ SHOE'S,. GATEES,SLIPPERS,wlc. ' - at h In wort to be Jnt what be r- cin u i an ' rcUk as low a any ah on In tn tt (iHir: H done on Hliort notice, and ettfttom- miki rV-- f every description ala on iiaoil fbr . c hea i. f ' a iJrri. " -' i: J; n L Cassel &;Qninn's s',&BJfl'--'.S. Patented April 14, .868.1 Katon, O., March 24, 1872. TVe, the undersigned, -citizenn of tre ble county, hereby certify that we have for several year past had in une the Pt ent Bee-iiivesof John I. Casael A Quia, and that they are a perfect preventive against the moth. We have fouud the representations of the Patentees concerns ins said Hives, in all respects true. , Wc believe these Hives to be the best in use, and cheerfully recommend' them to an owners or .Hees. N. B. STEPHENS, J. H. BTEl'HEX, DK. W.H.H. MINOR. A. B. DEfiROOT. WM. O. BANEILI. BOBERT HAKR1H. J. t'HRlSTMAN. BOL. CHUISTMA3. ANTHONY YOST. LUC'IKN UAlikL. WTh above Hive Js now beinjr manufactur ed by I. Gabel A Co.. htton. O. All orders for this superior HWe must he adiUessed to JOHN I. CAtitiEL, Katon.O. April MJlsTs-mosJ. Eu tuber I Eumberl '.. To The Public, i E0EI1TSC1T CHA1IBE2S & CO. - KEEP for sale at IXW EST MABKKT PBICES VrSE. POPULAR and ASH Floarlna-, Dressed Pine and Popular KliWlog, Dresaed Asu Pine aud POPLAR FINISlrlNO Z.T7MBER, . MOl'LniNUS, Kiii.vai.ts, LATTT, r " HTAlBBALLUSl'imii, KKWJuL. rOSTS, C. . Are also prepared to furnish and Ratten Doors and to HAW op, MOTJLD Or? TURN LUMBiat to order. We laterxl toautt tt to the Interest of those uaeding aajr thine in our line to deal with ns. ... HIOHEtrr MARKCT PRICK PAVD FOR DOT rvria-a ami Asa 4. i m . ... ROBINSON, CHAMiJEIW & CO. ton, April 1, l7i.tf ' DOTY HOUSE: MORRIS DOTY, Prcp'r. Main st. Odd FeilowsBlock, JUATOm, uiuo. SfAblinsr for 10O Uorsea. T !t-o . all hours. Fran Omnihna In isiliWa, all I rains, by S. B. Sample. o o ''' Mm nil i iii iii iisBBa i ' i hm li 63 it u- H ... 1 1 - n a - 1 1 tit - ,.. j ,, . iu . lb. Jan,, 1872. ji.