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THE' WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
T,t G-. GOULD, Editor. JTmrsday, . . May 23, 372. Campaign Paper The "Eaton Democrat' will be .furnished from the fiust. of J uxe until after'the Presidential elec tion for -' Seventy-Five Cts Nov ii the time to subscribe. We intend to make it lively and hot for "smelling "commit- ' teeB" and Grant supporters I Send your money and address immediately. m , In adjourning the Ohio Gener al Assembly without providing for the election of delegates to . tb Constitutional Convention great outrage has been com mitted upon popular rights. It was not discretionary with the Legislature, bat its ' imperative doty under the Constitution ; which its members had sworn to support, to fia ft time for the choice of delegates and desig nate the place where their sea ion should be held. For its ' ton-action on this qnestionj the Republican majority in the Leg islature should be held to a strict accountab lity by . the people, whose will has been disregard ed. . , . . : . ' . . . ', There was no change made by the Legislature to the present li quor ' law. It has recently been , discovered that there is a defect in the Adair Liqnor Law that some think will nullify it. The original act on file in the office of the Secretary of State begins thus: "Be it enacted by the State of Ohio," instead of "by the General Assembly . of Ohio,'' as the Constitution requires. Some : legal gentlemen think tho bluu der kills the law, while others assert that the section of the Constitution concerning the style of enactments is merely directory ' and hot essential to the -vitality of the law. Hon. Dan . W. Voorhees, of Ind. made a speech in tho Lower House of Congress, in which he gave the country to understand be would supportGrant as against Greeley ,if the Presidential contest were narrowed down to between them, asserting that Grant had beeu to the South an infinitely better friend than Horace Gree ley had been or was likely to be. Mr. Voorhees has a right to his choice and we hope be will keep quiet and permit others the same privilege. If you have Wool and want a good price for it take it to Frank l)eenvs. If there is anything that is de cidedly inconvenient and painful, it is to try to be funny when you don't feel like it This is the situa tion just now of the Grant editors and office holders. The attempts of the administration newspapers to' make Greeley's nomination amusing, present some of the fin est specimens of melancholy fun that we have ever beheld. Hon. Wm. Allen. " ' There is no truer Democrat in the. Union than H n. Wra. Allen who for twelve years represented Ohio in tho United States Senate with masterly ability. How he views the present political situa tion is thus told by the Cbilli cothe Adoertiser, which is pub lished at his home: The sense of the country re garding the approaching election was graphically stated by our owu venerable Ex-United States Senator, Wm. Allen, on Friday last, when some Grantites under took to interview him regarding the nomination of Greeley. Said . the old Chieftain, "If it is the on ly way to wreat the government out of the hands of the present Administration, as a patriotic act I would vote for any eligible white man or respectable saddle colored negro to beat Grant." The Democracy of. Tennessee, in State Convention, have declar ed for Greeley. The Cincinnati Convention. tion. The grtat TCepublican Conven tion held a Cincinnati, bej'ond question, waa the largest political gathering that ever assembled in our cduutry. It was largely composed, too, of men of intellect the brains of the' Republican party the man of character,who feel alarmed (as well they may.) at the unsurpassed villainies ot the weak and treasonable Grant administration. These men hes itated long before they consented to break from tbe party they loved the party they had made. They, therefore, remonstrated with the administration., remind ing it that its wanton disregard of the laws ot the land its usur pations of power not granted by the constitution its notorious corruption its use of its powers to enrich relative and rascals its tyrannical arrogance in the political affairs of States and municipalities its acceptance of thousands of valuable presents in exchange for lucrative offices its deplorable weakness and want of dignity in fine, its treasona ble proclivities must be aban doned. These defects in the ad ministration, it was contended, must be remedied and a higher standard of morality and patrio tism practiced. Did Grants the poor, greedy creature of circumstance did he heed these admonitions? Did he give ear to the advice of these upright ari'3 unselfish men of his nartv? Not he. ' He sent for such political buzzards and pap suckers as Cameron, Morton.Ben. Butler, Wilsonj Scott, brother'-in law Deut," and the Ring politic ians about the Custom-house of New York, 'and "to them be gave ear, and by them he was encorr- aged to go on in his usurpations. It is the interest of bad men to keep up a constant irritation be tween the North and the South; it is to tbeir interest but at the same timedeath to the country at large to harrass, annoy and bedevil the South at all times and under all circumstances, to deny representative men the elective iranchise,disqualiiy them from holding office, and to place their rich and powerful section of our country in the hand ot uneducated niggers and carpet baggers, who are not only per mitted but instructed to steal. It is the interest we say, of such men as Cameron and his allies in crime to keep up this specula tive scoundrelism; and Grant is their willing tool, listens to their advice and shares stealings. The statesmen of the Republican par ty, finding entreaty useless and their advice scoffed at, finally concluded to draw out from the foul political conspiracy and to set . up for themselves. Heiice the Cincinnati Convention. The nominees of this Conven tion' as our readers are aware. are Hon. Horace Greeley, of New York, and Gov. B. Gratz Brown, of Missouri. They are both great men. Not only are they in intellect and statesmen ship, but they are honest,and God knowshonesty has badahard unit of it of late years. Mr. Greeley is confessedly the ablest editor in America, and his influence and fame have become world-wide. Mr. Greeley, then, will be en thusiastically suppoitediby tens of thousands In every State of the Union, because the people believe him to be an honest man and ripe statesman, whoso skirts have no smell of corruption. He might, had he folt disposed, and been governed by the same mo tives that governed Grant, been worth his millions. During the war merchants and brokers vied with each other in a daily game of cheats: politicians and soldiers played into each other's hands, prolonging the war unnecssar arily for place and profit; the pul pit became the arena for blow hards and casuists; the press, al ready partisan, became section al, and the very Devil of misrule held absolute sway all over the land. Grant was elected, and the chair which has known gen tlemen, statesmen and patriots, became the seat of a low born, ill-bred fellow, whoso every thought is selfish, who sprang from poverty to sudden affluence who spends his time in low "pHlr- snits, and has done more to dpJ grace our country in me eye&zr the world than all his predeces sors combined. His policy net tles t;ie entire South, keeps finance in a ferment, dissatisfies the great thinkers who framed the party by which be was elect ed, aud has led it to the brink of destruction. Look at the language used by one of the Grant organs, pub lished iu Louisiana. Here is murder and bloodshed, openly advocated against Gov. War moth for simply attending the convention of Liberal Republi cans, by the ''News1 a Radical paper published in Louisiana: "Oh! that this oily tongued despot would dare to visit our country parishes! He would meet with such & reception as he would not care to face a second time" "Wanted! Aye! some more Morgianas who will protect the public weal and etand ever ready to stab, to the very heart, such traitors to the State and the Re publican party as H. C. War moth. Frank Deem will pay the high est cash price for Wool. Theodore Tilton seems to be out of patience with General Grant and ail his friends. In the last Golden Age we read, uuder tb comparatively unpromisiu head "One Term," the following: "The worst thing about Gen. Grant is not his chronic stupidi ty and political insagacity.which uufit him for any civil position requiring political .knowledge and insight. , It is not the op poiutmeut of his half imbecile ana halt Knavish relatives to o: fices which they disgrace. It is not his connivance at corruption, his patronage of thieves, his con st ant advertising for a policy and never adhering to a policy when it is adopted, his vulgar tastes & low associates. -All these things, bad as they are, are trivial in comparison with his fearful usur pation ot executive power and patronage. If he can carry a convention by means of each now, what is to hinder his car rying the country by cannon four years hence? Tho principle is the same, the means are of no account It is the principle we protest against as lull of perils. And if the Republican party had not lost the vigor of its early vir tue, it would throw the usurper from its bhoulders in scorn, and Svveop his creatures from its councils as so mnch offal. For the Eaton Democrat. Teachers' Institute. Pursuant to a call for a meet ing of Teachers at Eaton, May 11th, for the purpose of cousicU criug the propriety . of holding an lnsitute in Preble Co., during the approaching Summer, a number of teachers met at the South School building on Satur day 11th, inst., and the meeting being called to order C. C. Fe h erling was chosen Chairman aud V. C, Barn hurt Secretary. After a long discussion con cerning the legality-of the Insti tute held during the last two years, It was finally determined not, to recognize the present ex istence of an Institute; and on motion of A. J. Surface it was re solved that an Institute be organ ized and that it hold its first ses sion during the approaching Summer. Next it was resolved to appoint a committee of five to draft a Constitr tion; on which committee the following persons were appointed; John Marshall, Morning Sun, Chairman; A. J. Surface, West Alexandria; C. W. Bloom, New Paris; F. M. De Motte, Lewisburg; and W. C. Barnhurt, Eaton. Miss Lizzie Chambers, of Eaton, Miss Mary Stephens and Mr.. H. B. Eshei man, or Camden, were unani mously chosen as members of the Executive Committee aud were ordered to employ inst rue to rs It was then determined that the session of the institute shall begin on tho 12th of August,next and coutinue not less than two weeks. Aftor these proceedings it was resolved thut the minutes of this meeting be published in the Reg ister and Democrat. The meet then adjourned amid extraordin ary good feeling considering the storm clouds which lowered dur ing the early part of the session. W. C. BARNHART, Sec'y. Frank Deem will take all the Wool you bring him. Greeley's nomination has been ratified by an immense meeting at Buffalo. Among the speakers was Hon James M Humphrey, Democratic Member of Congress from that city. Hon. Frank Hurd,wholast year stout ly resisted the "New Depar ture," is "red hot" for Greeley. So we have been credibly infjmed. The Union Republican Gener al committee of New York city has indorsed tho Cincinna'i tick et and platform. Council Proceedings. EATON, May 20, 1872. Council met in resuhir session at Council Chamber. Members present J. H. Foo.s, Mayor ; Win. II. Ortt, Cl'k. Messrs. Swihart, Thuni, Deem ami Van AU3C1R1, Uouncilmeu. .Council ca'letl to order by the Mayor, minutes read and approved. The following bills were pre sented, allowed and ordered issued for each respectively: C. Ahreus & Co. 1 doz candles for lamps on fire Engine, $M J. E. Ortt serv. as Dep't Marshal, 2,00 J. E. Ortt.aerv.- as night watch, 2,00 A. Boner; eerv. as Dept. Marshal, 2,00 J. T. KimpsOu, 10 days and 2 nights serv. as sanitary police, 25,00 . "Weiss 5 weeks serv. as engineer & taking care of Hall building, 50,00 Wm. Ve?t 3 weeks use of lot as poi nd, 3,00 D. May, 2 weeks use of lot as pound 2,00 S. S. Dix freight on 2 brls. Gasoline 1,85 S. S. Dix " " " " 1,20 Jesse Cristuian 2 days burying small pox patient and disinfecting bouse of same, 10,00 Xo other business of importanee,('ou li cit adjourned. FREE OF CHARGE. Call at J. P, Brookins & Sons' Drug Store, Katon, Ohio, and get a sanipl; bottle of Dr. A. Boschee's German Syrup FREK OF cilARGK. It has lately been in troduced in this country from Germany, and for aAy person -suffering with a se vere cough, heavy cold settled on the breast, consumption or any disease of the throat and lungs It has no equal m tut' world. Ovir regular sized bottles 75 cts. In all eases money will be promptly re turned if. perfect satisfaction is not given Two doses wilt relieve any case. Try it February 1, lyr. ARE YOU GOING WEST? Ifsj, takeonr advice, bik! purchase your Tiefc- PACIKIC RAILIUlAD,' v.liich is, lu.tfvi'lv, the .only i.ine mat runs um: ira.;i iw- from St I yih'si In V.,tui CliV Hllll the t-it Ulltl is, positively, ttat? only Line wlilHi runs Pullman's failure Met'pers mm una lmj i-- for m.a'fiM Mminrwxl with MIlllTS Sttfct.V Platform and tlit Patent steam Brake. VHOH KT. 1a 1" IS to Kansas tMtv, Vttrt ticutt. Parens, Lnwom Li'iivinwnrtli Ati-lMnii. St. Juwnli. elr;tsk;i tHtr, Council Blurts an-l Omnhn 'without chantro. For information in regard to Time Tail'. rate. Ac, to any point In Missouri, Kannas, Nemkat Colon do Tpm nr f :liforniu.. call uuou or address. S. H. Thompson, aeent, Missouri Pacific R. R. Co InmbtM, Ohio; or!?. A. Ford, General Passenger AK'nl,Kt.. iou:s, io. Wf5" So troblo to answer questions. March 28, 4S7i-yrI., Aflvertfsinff will iiot sell worthless modioli lon(,M mnnv persons hnve dotiltleH discovered; but a medicine that recommend ltelf, as tm mon'H Uver Kecnlator dws on trial, only r quires w oe Kept ueiore tie pttonc ro liisare sucr;- ARE YOU GOING WEST? W. A. REID & CO., Proprietors Macon (Ga.) Daily, Telegraph. HOI LOW AY'S PILLS- Torn of Life. Armed witii thfM eretit Antidote, the tferr ordeitl is ims-ed throuirtimut wnM rer mee more restored to the ponsrasston of tmbmpnired health. These 1111s are equally ejticiclou iii all fetunleomnlntntK, and oh- BiriR-ntme, ni mv nuwn oi woiuiinnooo. oohi ev ery where. Twenty cents per box or pot. EATON MARKET. REVISED WEEKLY BY GEORGE LOCKWOOD WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN FAMILY GROCERIES AND FINE TEA'S ttVYIXG. 4 7i Flour, per bbl , Potatoes. iM-r bushel... wh'!ttt 1o lo Corn. lo do Clovor Sfl, do Ttuttr, if r 9i Ttnl, pt;r lb . EirfTS, pertlox Mol:is s. (mt iil:irt New Orlentui, no ... Symp. do iifT h r t'V n Corn Mi'nlf per Tea, ier lh . .... Sail, jwr bbl Mackerel, Mimjlf. do b,-heklt. . Wliito fTsb. siuffli H:iy, ptT toii... -.. 7 HI 1 12,' H'i lOfOlti x 1 I 13': 11 WJ MARRIAGES. On tlie 6th inst., at the residence of the brides pnront. by . T?ev. Hiram Johnson, Mrj John ' S. "Whitesell, to jiiss iuuu A..uuwaru, au 01 xreoie county. BIBLE PUBLICATION SOCIETY Rev. V. Prick, having Iwn appoint ed S. fci. Slissiotiary jmd Clixvtiier of Pieblc county, by the above society, is prcparetl to furnish, at publisher's prices, Bibles, Testaments, S. S. Libraries, Singing Books, Papers, Card &c., Of S. S. Union, American Tract. Society and of the ditt'erent denominations. Depository at Kose .Light Store, Main Street, Eaton, O. May23, 1872w4. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. IN inraianeo of an order icrantinl by ttc Prtl:ite Court of lrrle Cintyt oltlo, I wiil uil'cr for tudc, at Public Auctiou, on Thursday, Jutie 27, 1S72. At 10 o'clock, A. M. upon tho prem'?i on ?Torih M:ipie ."Street, adjoining the town ot Knton, O., tlte following Kejil Ktnte, situate in the TuwiiKU'pof V:isHlnston, Treble t.'ouniy, Ohio, and bein Out Lots Xos. 1,3. 3, 4,4,11. 7,8, a. 1. 11, li, U, U. ltf and 17, in the Northern so bur Us of Kit oil, Ohio. TERMS OVMALK One Third Csish In hwtid. One Tiiixil iu one vear.and One Ttdrd Hi two yenr from the diiy tf S;ilc with interest, the p.-iy.reiiEs to be seen red by mortgugu upon the prome- sold. JOHN V. CAMPHKLL, AdmV. of l'eier Cas-serlj, deoeasei. Eaton, May snTJ td. CARD. THE underpinned hm-luj? purclmse! Ute riffht iir the sale or the Ainerienu :uJih Kousters. 4atenPel Novejnbor i-, hereir' Kivi-s n:k-e that, .John 1. Neul, of Katon. i4 Hie hciu for M'ash inat -a. .i:uksou, Iirier and Twin t nvi whips. K. IlIaekTord Son.ol8utrir Valley ,h;is Oix.jii.and lr Appleby, of .irhav;u. Tsreal. Other town shlps to beuppliel. Any otic found selling them wit limit permit fmra the undersigned, will be d-alt with Recording to law. W 1 lS. J . WILSOX. 3lay lfi, fntnuen. .; i. t. nox. id. WOOL! WOOL! Fifty thoTisand pounds of Wool Wanted, for which the highest market price will he paid. M. TP. STEPHENS. May 16, 1872.w3 New Hardware House! IN EATON. Boner & Mirier, HAVK JUST OPESiED A FUi.1. AND WKtL Selected Stock of M ardware !! 'Nails Cutlery, Agricoltural Implements! Carpenters Tools, &c. which they have purchased Directly froia tii. Manufacturers , . And Importers, and now otter Special Inducements ! in that line. tT They liave also ,-ulded largely to their stock of AND Quecnsware ! ! And elnim to have the largest and best supply ever kept in one house in Eaton, and invite the trading public to Give them a Call ! before purchasing elsewhere. iiOXEli & MYLKTi. M:y 9, 1872 tf. Important. Important. It is important that the goods la now complete for Fm.DEEEvrap: mm m mmw mm 3 v& L? y yHu g Boos aLFumiraii m'mwi Una been selected with great care as to both quality and price. o .f F. &JE E.1FS yo i will find DOMESTIC GOODS!! It F. JtF. OJEFvWS yon will fii:d IIATS & CAPS!! Jit F. ifl. nmjE.WS yon will find BOOTS & SHOES !! i , ,11 F. W. &EFlI-8 yon will find NOTIONS of all kinds u ,lt l Jfl. J2I2F,11S yon will iind Everything in 1 he way DRY &,2t F. ,11. 11U:.1I'S 11 dolly Or a PARASOL, or anything iuthe Dolly Varde Line. looin Is. woo F. ,17. I9FFlIy trill nafi Cull and Pee lnm before Belling r. HI. JJuC-iu' van 'bo tousiu at'lu.' old Ftand on Main ctrect, Eaton.Ohio.' May 2, 1872-inos. 2. LYSUllJYCF.. THE OLD RELIABLE5 OHIO FARMERS' Assets OmrM Mi Insures Only Farm Property in Ohio. Only one Fire in a place guarantees its Sectirif y aatal Permanency Rendering its policies the best investment a farmer can n ako. Remember We Insure Farm Property Only..;-,.;'; Rates Lower than CompaniesDoing a General Business G, D. HOLMES, Agcnl;-- War. 91, '73. buying people s'&oaiTnc yth a 1 1 V v, i l-th R S '-' S 3 ring trade. "t- f. the Sp you will find a place to get n 0 k; mmm" mm, the highest price forftvool. n Ftiton Oh'o. mom DMS, DIVORCE. Malvina Jones 1 Court of foni vs. moil Picas Preble Obediah E.Jones.) County, Cliio. rniiE said obediaii e. joxes, JL 01 the county of , .State of Nebraska, will take notice, tlmt, Mal vina Joih, did, on theitith day of Api il, A. I). 1872, tile her ix-'titiou in the OHice of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, within and for the county of Pr.--ble, and State of Ohio, chargriiiK the said Obediah E. Jones with gross neglect of duty and habitual drnnkeiine.JS for more than three years last pnt, and with adul tery with one Mrs. Hyde, at. the town of Xew Madison, Darke county, Ohio, in December, lS(i9, and January IS70, and also with adultery with divers lewd women at a house of ill fame in the city of Richmond, Indiana, on the 15th day of February 1870; and asking that she may be Divorced from the said OlMHliah E. Jones, and other and further relief, which petition will stand for hearing at the next term -of said Court. Dated thisrsOth dav of April, A. I. 1872. By STIVER ; FREEMAN, Atty's for Petitioner. Attest, D. B. Morrow, Clerk. May 2, 1872.-W6. ROAD NOTICE. NOTICE, is hereby given that appli cation will be made to tho Commis sioners of Preble county, at their ucxt session iu June 3rd, 1872, to grant and establish A Free Turnpike on naid road, as follows: Commencing on the Eaton and Lexington Free Turnpike at An drew Wikle's, south-west corner, and George Smith south-e.ist 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 lwtween Lewis Marker and Andrew Wikle (town the Creek in to the Eaton and Lexington Freepike at Andrew VV lkle south-east corner, and there to terminate. PETITIONERS. May 2, 1872. wC West End TAILORING. WM. ENG-LE, MERCHANT TAILOR !! WES'l MAI X STREET, EATON, O. tW A'l work in his line done with Neatness and Despatch. Cive Him a Call !! Cg""" Cutting done in good style and on short notice. Eaton May 2, 1872-tf. Sealed Proposals WILL be received by the undersign ed tip to noon of Saturday, May 25th, for the building of a Brick School House in sub-district number 2, Wash ington township. The Board of Directors reserve the ri"-ht to reject any or all bids. The plans and specifications can be seen at the residence of the undersigned. By order of the Board of l lirectors. PETER COMFORT, May 9, 1S72-W3. Clerk. I TRADE WAGON! Is a three-spring wagon n.ieiuk'u 1. general purposes, where a light wagon is required. It makes a very neat Business Wagon; Is suitable.for both farmers and grocers and excels as a SEWING MACHINE WAGON,. Being lighter than the ordinary kind, and is made of the nest quality of mater ial throughout and All the principal carriage makers keep them. Send for descriptive catalogue the manufacturers. S. IT. BBOWN, Tayton, 0. Feb 8, ..18 WM. T. KKI.I.Y. T. J. KACLKNKH KELLY & FAULKNER, AL ESTATE Agents LKWISBl76.G, PBLEBLE COUJfTV, OHIO. Will attend promptly to'the sale of all Real Estate intrusted to their care. Persons having Property for sale wishing to purchase will do well to give us a call. Will attend to making Ieeds, Mortgagas, &c. Okfick. With T. J. Faulkner & Son, dealers in Woolen, Goods, Lewisburg. Feb. 15, 1872. 2m. GRAIN AND SEEDS. THE Undersigned would call tlic at-, tention of flic fanners of Preble county to the fact that they have established themselves in the Grain business at the VanAusdal Varehouse, south of east Wain Street railroad crossiiig, where we will give the highest market price for Grain and Seeds. COOK & MILLER. Nov 6 yl.tf Notice. Kmnin P. Ttn'rli, will tnkp nollre, thnt A rtrew J. Hatch, flirt on Hip ini lay of April, A. I. 1S72. file hU petition in tho ntlire if tin Clerk oCrht? IViurt of Common ricax, wHlilJi anil fur tlwl'ininty of l'rflilc, Htifl SlHle of Ohio, clinri;lliK the huM Kinmn I. Il.-ttch with al't!try with oneThwtlorp K. Smith, nml iiNkinsr thnt lio may tx? fllvoreetl from thettttl' mmu I. Jlntch, which piition wiil stand lurh ; at the nfxt tertn of wild CtMirt. A lo the ah '.jinu 1. Htitcl) it hereby nntinefl thnt tlte Rai.i ilnlmiiTwUl tnke the dt'iMJnltionu nt pmifirv witnesses on the ,th lny of June, A. I. IS72, ni the ortiee of 1.. ir. llovey in the city of rtoehewter. county of Monroe alrrt Ktufe of New York, betweeu the liourH of 8 a. ro. unit i n. u.. with ftuthm-lty to nrtjourii from day to day until all of .Hid depositions nre ttiken. IXited thlH'ud day or April. A. 1). lttTS. AXDHKW J. HATIH. BV ( HAS. lAltl.lXCiTO-S, llU All'). April .1, 1872 WE MARK JOB rniKrtVO A SI'FCIAl.lTV AVI) 1 ITIW THE S-IK.HSTKST NOTIC1-"' UtVBVS A call: 1 J r to GSO0 - K."""; h..-ic..T llr.4rlef f: huiaw V! '. !o " in u-t :),( ... - F R ES tr 'i ERIE $T At ilow jT-lr9 .tlTyaiiLiit-r tiou9.u K.tito. ftili Uimg iu fti 'it: - : ' i, s C""!'-!, -. . TK.v V.,si'trrs, ,.-v'.--NorMATKf .'mAi,.- Hsu" .- .-aMIKs,- '"-j.:ix'.v.-KiirN sVAIfe t;.-' Mtuls.lHt ie.jf-ryi.S--U il- wiil y:rio-Kf-m ' - fra..i.,i.iuu.vt;.. hitein'BjjslCflTifiMotssT Anton, JTrcble Co., O. ALL business, sc.ch as Settling Es tates, Collecting Chums, preparing Legal Instruments.,, Deed-, Mortgages, Articles of Agreements, &c.,c., prompt. ly attended to. .Feb. 1 7-yl BEKJ HUBBAB).; ' I. K. FKEtMAN- Hul3bardfdc Freeman, Attorne7s toi Counsellors at Law WILL attend promptly to all busi ness entrusted to their care, iu the various court of thin '.State. Office iu Marsh & Lockwood- hnildi Main .Street, Kiitoir, ,Q. : . Jan-17-yl-tf If WA Have Now Received FROM,. NEW YORK !! ! AVIIKY LAUliK STOCK OP SPRINGS SUMMER t:;::'bods!- Call and Sae Them. all '72-tr.; :- $1 ( DOLLARS l t FOll AN CPPKIt on IX)VKK Set of Teeth. At h Ifc-iitr.l CHiw of 'I'U'ITLE & WKL JI Minor's LltK-k. Kuion, O. CS' P. ioiiM calling , K.al.Y. in . tho mo. nii.jj can havj their tectfi in tho af terno . .. : .. ,.. 5al it nLioh given to preserving until. t -ih. Vol.. i, .812 tf. : . C.BROWN, Harm, Stnti, J'alon. Ohio, Keeps erTtnnt y tm "Lrirtl a fnll Stoek of nil klnd& of l.iA I IIi.it, and iiii.ki n to orcler every style' of HOOTS A' SlffOJES, GAlTERS,SLIPPERS,&c. !' f al li'nwork to he jnt wlint he re- m :U It, iti.d aellH fcImiiBiiy ntu in town. ttl C air.t fjI:iic m nliort iMttlt-e, nml cuHtou1- jtiit.T r r' fe fry ctaftcfiptlon, ul.Yuys on Imnd for - hca , - ; 1 A: lb. It-rJ yrT. : ' " Jo in I. Cassel &' Qainn's w I D D W - 4- c3 Patented April 14, .868. I KAios, 0.T March 24, 1872. We, the liiidersined, citizens of Pre ble eouuty, herelij' certify that we have for several years piidt had in use the Pat ent Boe-I lives of John I. C'ussel & Qnin, and that they, are a perfect preventive against the moth. - Wo have found the representations of the Patentees concern ing said Hives, in all respects true. We believe these Hives to be the best in use, and cheerfully recommend them to all owners of Bee. N. 1L riTKPKENI. J. K. MTKPHKN, 1)11. W.1I.H. MIJCOIl. A. H. DWJliOOT. WM. (i. BAXF1LL, J. MOI.bKKMAX. HOBKTIT HARRIS. J. li KIISTM AN. W)L. CllULSTMAN. ANTHONY YOST. LUL'IKN UABKL. BTlvc fthove Tllve 1 now Itelna- mannfnetur ed by L, llabel A Co.. -itoii. . All orders for tula aunerlor llive. must be addjeHsed to JOHN' 1. CAisJSKL, Katon, O. ApriM8.m72-moB.3. Ztutnberf JLumberT To The Public. EOEHTSOIT CHAHEEHS & CO. EEfJ' for sale at LOW IT MARKKT PRICKS PINK, POPULAR and SSU Kloarlnn, Dremed Fine and Popular Kldeins;, Uremed Ah I'iue and POPLAR TIXIHHIXU M-'AtHKK. JlOL'LDINaH, SHIXliLKS, LATH, HTAIR llALLl'STEK.S, SliWKl. POSTS, to Are also prepared to ftirm'sli DOf)KS, WWWW PHA MIS, SASH PANK1, nml Batten Doom and to bAW up, M01TLI) Oti Tl'RS LUMBKlt K order. We inteml to make it to tho litterpKt of thoe needing auytlilny lu our line to deal Willi an. - JtlWKEST MARKKT PHTCE PAID FOR DRY POPLAR ANUASI1 U'MIIKH. HOBIXSOX, .Hf AS1BKKS & CO, Eaton, April 1, 1K72. If DOT? HOUSE. MORRIS DOTY, Prop'r. MainSt.Odd FellowsBlock. Eaton, Ohio. Stabling for IPO Horses. IJvorv ot all hours. Free Omnibus to and froiu all I l-ains, lv S. It. Sample. Jan. 4, 1872. yl. Li VIS A .., CD ' fSiJU'fi.3i