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THE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
Li, G-. GOULD, Editor. . Thursday, June 6 iS72. State Democratic Convention. The DenvoeruUe S ato Central Committee met at Columbus on Tuesday," 28th iust. Among the business ofthe" committee on this oeeasfori'was the calling of a State:. Convention, which, by some meanSjWad located in Cieve- laud, on the 27th of.-June. Baltimore Convention. The name of Judge McKemy, of Dayton, Ohio, haa been suggest ed to ns as a suitable person to receive the appointment as one of the delegates at largo from this State to the Bultimore Con vention" We" heartily concur in this suggestion, and think a bet ter man could scarcely be found in Ohio. The Judge ia a sound Democrat, and would represeut the popular ideas of the Demo cratic party in this section of the State as well as any other man that could be chosen. . . Horace Greeley demands with the Democracy a syBtem of Fed eral taxation which shall not un necessarily interfere with the in dustry of the people, and which shall provide the means neces sary to pay the expenses of the Government economically ad-. ministered, the pensions, the in terest on the public debt, and a moderate. reduction, annually, of the principal thereof. He de mands, as do the Democracy, a epeedy retnrn 1o specie payment. The Democracy of the country declare with him that the Civil Service of the Government has become a mere instrument of partisan tyranny and personal ambition and an object of selfish greed. It is a ecandal and re proach upon free institutions and breeds a demoralization dan gerous to the perpetuity of repub lican government: and in fine, in nearly every living issce, Horace Greeley and the Democratic par ty are in full accord. True, he has fought us in the past, but the issues on which those battles were waged have been settled by the people, and we have no wish to see them resurrected. Under Grant's Administration military interference in civil af fairs has become a common thing and where discretionary power is given him, ho uses it unnecessar ily and arbitrarily to the oppress ion of the citizen, doing violence to the'form and spirit of the in stitutions under which we live. Upon the South, he should Lave Bhielded because of her very weakness, and protected because she was not permitted to protect herself, ha has laid, from first to last, and with alacrity, a heavy hand. . To her people he has been not a President, but a pursuer. From over them he and his party have drawn away, with a rude band and for the worst purposes, the aegis of civil liberty, and left them exposed to the whims and caprices of an irresponsible, ur bitrarj, consolidated central pow er. ' This is not liberty at all, or peace at all, or anything that was promised.' What has Greeley done that the Grant press is now pouring upon him its filth? If he is the same Republican now that be was of old, when they ndorsed 1 imj why is it that they oppose him? The only answer that they caa conscientiously give, is that he ia opposed to the '-rascalities and corruption of the Grant ad ministration. The Greeley and Brown ticket is gaining daily, if reports are true, in the Southern and North western States. Its strength on the battle-ground the middle Slates of the Last and VVest, from New York to San Francisco, is not developing largely as yet, and probably cannot be estima ted until after tUe re-nominatiou of Grant at Philadelphia on the 5th of June. Rail Road News. The Lake Erie Evansville and Southwestern Kail way is now be ing rapidly located from Evans ville to Cellefontaine. Five corps' of engineers will be on--the liiie this week.' We have just learn ed from Judge Unices, that Mr. vVillard has found an admirable line from Brookville, up the west fork of White water to Clarksburg, in Decatur county, thereby escaping the high land oj-ridgaJbetween. tbeJW hite-Wa-terajon- Incline fnorn-Greeusbyrg to Liberty.- : On Thrtvday a railroad meet ing.'wa3 hold at Liberty to ascer tain whetherUuioiiCounty would foot up amount of subscrip tions, but so little interest was manifested, that n - the opinion of Col. K. Pattiaon, Judge Haines and Mr. Willaid, it was couaided hopeless to spend further time in this direction. Several Tps. in Frank'iu Co. having heretofore vofed two per cent, subscriptions on their taxable property, it was agreed between Col. R. Pattiao . and Judge Haines, that the torm er shoald,;. visit Brookville that evening1, and if he received an assurance that Franklin county would raise $125,000 he should telegraph Judge Haines next day to open books for subscriptions at College Corner Fair Haven and Sugar "Valley. -Oo next day, Jndge Haines received the fol lowing despatch: ; " "Brookville Ind May 31,,72 To Judge Haines, Eaton. O. You will take stock on the College Corner line. ' If the Corner raises $30,000 and Frank lin $125,000, 1 will give them the R. PATTISON. Persuant to thefore going des patch. Judge Haines and Mr. T. J. Larsh held a spirited Railroad meeting at the Corner on Friday evening, books were opened and thirteen canvassers were appoint ed, who started on Saturday to obtain : subscriptions. So confi dent were they, that the amount would be raised, that five of their prominent cit;zens telegraphed Col. Pattison, on Saturday morn ing that tae amount . would be raised. The meeting adjourned to meet on Tuesday evening to hear the report of the canvassing. Meetings were appointed; one for Fair Haven on Monday evening, and another at Billingsville, in Union county, Ind., on Wednes day. evening. - The entire line of road, between Evansville and Bellefontaine may now be con eidered located, except by some two or three towns. Liberty, by, her, supiness lias lost the location and Brookeville and College Coriier have gained it, by their energy aud liberality. So the world goes, when one looses another gaines. Perhaps, in view of. all the circumstances, the College Corner and Brock ville route will accommodate the largest trade and business. It will certainly be the best line for Preble county, as it gives more length of line in the county, and to Eaton, the county seat, anoth er route to the city of Cincinnati, but a small distance longer than by way of-Hamilton : The line" will soon be finally lo cated in Ohio tnd placed under contract. The idea now is, to complete and equip the entire road within two years. Look out for the Locomotive. ' The building association of New VTork, alluded to in our Rail Road , article last week, is incorporated as'a joint company for the purpose of building the Lake Sbore.Evansville andSouth western Railway and equipping the same, 'lhe object of ti e cor poration is. to enable them to legally contract with the Rail road Company, and has nothing to do with any other Rail roud or corporation. The capital stock of the association is $2500,000. Grant is pnying off the Nation al debt so' rupidly that we fear he will impoverish himself, as he pays it all out of his own pock et, if we are to believe the papers in his interest. The people think he has paid enough, aud now they are going to vote for some other man who is "flush." Ex-Senator Hendricks, of In diana; says that he shall support the ticket that the Democratic Convention nominates, whether it be a straight out ticket or the Cincinnati ticket, it will have his zealous support. Sumner's Speech. The arrangement of Grant by Senator Sumner is one of the most remarkatjle and exhaustive (peeches ever delivered in the United States Senate. Never be iorewas any President so merci lessly excoriated by a Senator be longing to his own' party, and, indeed, it may be doubted wheth er such a personal phillippic was ever indulged in by a Senator even of the oppos'te side. - It is terrific-and ..theworst of -it is, as an Administrate n Senator said after listening to it, "It is too true." If it had been made a few months ago there is no know ing but that it might have had the effect to defeat the re-nomination ot Giant. ; But for this purpose it is now too late. Nothing-could change the predeter mined purpose of the office-holders, who alone constitute that Convention. The Indorsement of Greeley and Brown. Tt.e following table, prepared by a Southern gentleman, who has lately been through Congress and given tothe New York Sun, gives an accurate statemont of how the Democratic members of the House stand on the question of indorsement of Greeley and Brown by the Baltimore Con vention: . , . : : For. Against.; Doubtful. Alabama, 3 .. .. Arkansas, .. .. 1 Connecticut .1 .. Delaware, 1 .. Georgia .. 4 Illinois, 6 .. lndiaua 3 2 "',.... Kentucky , , . 3 6 .. Maryland ,5 .. - . Michigan - .. .. 1 ' Missouri 4 .. ..-'' Nevada .. .. 1 New Jersey .. 2 New York 17 .. North Carolina, 5 Uhio , 2 3 .. Oregon 1 Pennsylvania 10 1 Tennessee 6 "... . , .. Texas .3 Virginia- 5 .. West Virginia 11 Wisconsin 1 1 .'..-. 75 22 3 This of itself is a pretty cer tain indication that the Ciuciu nati ticket will be ratified . at Baltimore. Tl e ColumbaaStates man states, in this connection, that a gentleman just from Wash ington to'dits editor that he was informed by the Hon. Lewis D. Campbell v and '' Hon. .' P. V&o Trump, both of. whom are oppos ed to Giceley, that there was no future event more certain than his indorsement at Baltimore. Cin. Aug. Ex-Senator Wm. Allen. Muuh has appeared in the Grant organs relative to the po sition of this old Democratic wheol-horse, and that our read ers may have a fair understand ing, we copy the following from Mr. Allen's own "organ, the Ohil- licothe Advertiser, of last week: '"The sense of the country re garding the approaching election was graphically stated by our own venerable ex united States Senator, Wm. Allen, on Friday last, when some Grantites under took to iMTeTvreWhTnT'rfegarding the nomination "of Greeley. Said the old chieftain, -It" i t is the on ly waj' to wrest the government out of the hands of the present Administration, as a patriotic act, I would vote for any elligible white mari of reBpectiible saddle colored negro to beat Grant." Grant is frightened. He is be ginning to make promises. The following appeared in the Times Chronicle's Washington special of the 17th: "In conve satton with an Ohio Republican Congressman, a day or two ago, President Grant says that in case of his re-election ho intended to make a general change in the office holders throughout the country. As a rule, he said he did not believe that any person who held office during oneAdministration should be retained for the full term of the succeeding one, but that it was no more than just that all faithful officers should be free from removal until they had served four years." It is very likely that Greeley is an unpopular candidate, but the manner in which Grant's Post masters and government suck lings wade through column after column to prove it, is absolutely painful to an unprejudiced ob server. The Boston J ost thinks that now that Grant has taken the no torious bushwhacker, Mosby, to his bosom, the lesss the Admin istration papers say about Gree ley's sin signing Jeff. Davis' bail bond, the better. Council Proceedings. EATON, June 3, 1872. Bonril of 'mu'!l3K'n mpt in n-;rul;ir session at Cotiiiril '!ia:;i!j-.-r. M.snin-i- pr-: til--J. JI. i-"os, M-ivor, Win. H. rtt.'k-rK, M'"-T'- Kids.m, Tiiuin. ltiHiin ir.v. ViiiiTinsV.l. (Viiu'-iltnrn. Council call ed to of'l'-r t.y Th .M;irorr" " innH's ofc-t'rer-ions nieettii: i-"U!i unit -uniovA0. Hfier wJiitit the tol luwlng tilis v-pi-ffrcsL-iiteil : K. W. iss hiiiigi,, 07 iV.st,'r Jl-ni-e arojii-.d lot , ' ailjmiUn: n:'-ll--iuilU:nssJt 'JI cents pmr-Toot ns per-i-on tract, H- - ' ; 07.-10 U (i. Ooitlrt l.rinlimr to May st T-. . tlklles S- Ailatliauifli ii buI. Ciwl on -. - - i.K J. Kriniruian wliite-wi'.s'iin' brush and lime tor ;lt? of fcinull-pux iiousc 1-1" Committee on c-Uim? exaoiiiied above report cor rect, iintl fiii-ect io tfc;r to te issiieo! lV)i-cafii lively. Tlie town niKineer i?e;,u.-l tile propriety of a grade liook iu vl,leli lhe leeoril of the ri-ades fec. mnv be kept fitr fularc reierelice and convenience-; therttoro(ii Inor authorized lhe engineer to proenrr n silitairt' 1hj!W for t'tiat IItrpop. ' - On motion of Thmo-' thai t lie J3iip;;riiiteii(lailt of K. & 11. It, 11,. be nodded to baild a erossjio; ovtr the railroad on Kift lilijli uti-ees near the rlattimc Mill; motion curried.' KeviintfHUl on sidewalk W4t.- reail; on n:otin of Vammsdal that tliesaine tie received and adopted, moth.ui carried. Committee on Repairs was instructed to hr.ve Hie Culiihoose made so ai to lioM prisoners Willi heavy doors and lined with Bhet iron. On motion of Timm, that VanAusdal oo appointed a committee of one to purcha.se, or pay for one half of IMimp on J. liill maii'B hit uaed by the hall hnililiinr for various purposes, and report same to Council at their next nieetinjr. also to negotiate with the same party for paying for one half of the fence between the lots of Dillman ami Town Hull lot; motion carried. . Onmotion, Council adjourned. WM. H. ORTT, Clerk. OUR BOOK TABLE. Tue Phrenological Journal or June is an admirable mini bcrtocloe the Fiftli ourth volume of that most excellent family mar-. ozine. Consplcious among its. colitonts are,. Wil liam Ortou, rresldent WeRtern Telegrupit Co.; Wliat is the Tariff (juestiou V by Horace Greeley, Steal or Starve! Sir Franc's CrossU-y, M. 1,; Monticello, Famous as the Home of Thomas Jef ferson; ExpressioiijThe Chinese in the rhillfppines Preachers and Preaching; Boys' Library; Carbon and its Different Forms; Paul Du Challlu. the fa mous Traveler; Life Insurance; A Bad Pen, i tc. With numerous fine Illustrations and portraits. A new volume begins, with the July number. A good time to subscribe; fine premiums offered. Terms, J3 year. 30 cents a number. S. B. Wells, Publish er, New York. . , Aktiiuk s HojiE Magazine, is better snlted for the household than any periodical within our knowledse. The instruction piveli In a single number in woiks outility and pastime tor home, is worth the rear's subscription. Terms, 42,00 per year. Address T. S.Arthur. Philadelphia. The Children's IIouk for J une, can't fall to please the little ones. It Is a perfect Kem, particularly adapted to the juveniles. Terms 1,2.) per year. Address, T. B. Arthur, Philadelphia. ARE YOU GOING WEST? If so, take our advice, and purciiase your Tick ets over the old reliable and popular Mlr'SSOljUI PACIFIC RAILHOAD, which is, positively, the only Line that runs three Daily Express Trains from Nt. I-ouis to Kanws Oity and the West! and Is, positively, the oniv Line which runs Pullman s Palace PlPupcra and tflie lay :oaches Cespeeially for movers) eii;ipie:l witii Milters safety 1'latlorm and tbe Patent Meant Ilrake, FltOM ST. Ia lTIS to Kansas Citv, Fort Scott, Parsons, Lawrence, Lpuvenworth, Atchison, Ht. Joseph, Nebraska Citv, Council Blulfn and Omaha 'without cliaii'-'e. For information in rcaaril to Time Tables, rales, fcc, to any point in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, t'exas orx-iiirornia, can upon or uuu;-e. S. M. Tliompson, acrent, Missouri Pucitic P. K. Co lumbus, Oliio; orK. A. Ford, General Passenger Aerent, st.. l-nuls.lo. -' Bff No trouble to answer questions. . March as, -4872-yrl. EATON MARKET. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY THE GROCERY ASSOCIATION. BUYING. SELLING. ? "S . s 2" " M 18.', ;tr, U'i l.-, : in 1-3 1.'. 3i. 'io' .... so , aocn sr. 12.tii.li H0 6? 2 0.1 2,:o Flour, per libl Pntatoen, per bushel....... wheat, do do . ., Corn. do do Kutter, per lb Lard, per lb Eyes, perdoz Bacon, clear sides per lb. fihoUers , ' ' Hams " Molasses, per quart.., ;. 'ew Orleans, do '.. Syrup, do hiiKur per lb .... Corn Meal, peril; Tea, per !b Salt, per bhl EDITOR OP ' DK.MOCRAT Ileae annnniico the name of Cart. E'J.CUTTlXliHAM as an In dependent candidate for tile olliee of Sheriff of Preble county, at the cnsuinir October Klertton, MANY VOTERS. MARRIAGES. On the 2d iust., by Kcv. G. Haiurh man, Mr. Jfarman T.ann-o, o Miss AI vina Sell reel, both of West Alexan dria, Preble county. Estate Notice. ri undersiiruetl has been appointed I. and qualified as Executor of the Es tate of Nancy O. Stamback late of Pre ble county, deceased. DAX'L. V. IIAKSUJIAX. Eaton, June 4, 1872. 3vy. . ADMINISTRATOR'S ALE. IN pursuance of an order granted by the Probto Court of I'rel le County, Ohio, I wiiJ oftur for Bale, at Public Auction, on Thursday, J une 27, 1872;' At 10 O'clock, A.M. ujKh tbe premises on North Maple Street. aiQoinhipr the town ot K iton, (., tbe following Heal Astute, sil gate in tbe Township of "Washington, Preble County, liio, ami being Ont l,Ots Nos. 1,2,3, 4,b,G. 7,8, Jt, 10. 11, 12.13,14. 13, 16 anrt 17, in t!e Xortliern subnriis ofhaton, Ohio. TERMS OKSATjK OneThinl Conn in liand, One Third in one year, and One Thinl in two years' from the davof Sale with interest, tbe payment's to be secured by mortgage upon the preniiwes sold. JOHN V. CAMPBELL, AdniV. of Peter Casserly, deceased. Eaton, May A"., tib. BIBLE PUBLICATION SOCIETY Rev. W. Price, having been appoint ed S. S. Missionary and Colportuer of Pieble county, by the above society, is prepared to furnish, at publisher's prices, Bibles, Testaments, S. S. Libraries, Singing Looks, Papers, Card &c, Of S. S. Union, American Tract Society and of the different denominations. Depository at Kose Light Store, Main Street, Eaton, O. May 23, 1872v4. New Hardware House! IN EATON. Boner Myler, HAVE JUST OPENED A i'DLL A.Ni) WELL Selecteil Stock of II arc! ware !! Iron, J3ails Cutlery, Agric ultural Implements! Carpenters Tools, &c. which they have purchased Directly from the Manufacturers ' And Importers, and now oiler Special Inducements ! in that line. t3P They have also added largely to their stock of J ; ' GROCERIES A MJ Q neens ware !! And elaim to liave the largest and best supply ever kept in one house in Eaton, and invite the trading public to Give tliezia a. Call ! before purchasing elsewhere. BOXER & MYLKR. May 0, IS72 tf. Joiix aC'ami-bki.i. - Jas. A.Oilmore Campbell &c G-ilmore, CSiiccessors to Gilmore t 'ninphell,) 1 TTOU.VSl I f T Z..1 If NOTABIK'S PTJBLIC, Land & Government Claim Agents, K A T O X, OHIO. we-Oflico at tlit-ol'l taii'l on llarrun street. Jau. 1. 1S70. Important. Important. iv.. ItSs important that the goods T l-rzrk n ... -Is-Tiow complete for rss msmiz Has been selected with great care as to bo4i qualitf and price. 'r ' o ' ' " v : tt .Ff. .71, I9EEJWS yo.i-will. find DOMESTIC GOODS !! , Jit F.- wW. JjE13lf' yon will find HATS & CAPS!! It F. Jfl. DE2E.1FS you will find '.BOOTS & SHOES ! 1! It F. !!. -IfFFwlI'S you will find NOTIONS of all kinds f .It F, "jfl. BEE11 S y od "will find Everything in tbe :w:iy E&-.lt F. JT1. JJSirS;yoa..lll"find a place to. get a 3 - OH A " DOLLY Or a PARASOL, or anything i'n'the rjoily VafdLin,.1' ' ",,'.',. IDO.OOn M. V. .11. ItEEtlJ. ivill nai Cull ..and see, hi. in before selling F. M..Deem au bu iotuid at liis old ftund on Main street, Eaton,Ohio. - ! ' ' ; - '' May 2, 1872-inos. 2. ' ' .. . - ' . buying people shpuldjinovv thaj -the- Spring trade. ...... S3 nHtci Wodl the hishtst price for'icoot. fdZ? IS U U V& M WII. Important. Important. INSURANCE. itsiT.m .n 'RE?i::,i ARB; U IS s& shm Zs& . H U Sea ka V C & EsP Esm OHIO FARMERS' Incorporated iit 18481 ssels Over Insures Only Farm Only one Fira in a place' guarantees ita t '..,'.V-, ) Rendering Ua toJicies the best investment a. faiincr 'cat; 11 aie, ; Rgmember We Insurs: Farm Property Only. i.:.: Rates Lower than CompaniesDoing a General Business Jlar.f3l,'7Q. e : (i ' Property in OMq. Eaton Ohio. Bifflffliliii DIVORCE. JVIalvina Jones 1 Court of (oin vs - !- mon Pious Prfblo Obediah E. Jones. ) Comitv, Chip. rnilE SAID OBKDI All K. JOXES, I of the county of- , Suite of Nebraska, will "take notice, that, Mal vina Jones, did, on the 26th day of April, A. D. lS72r tile her petition in the OlUce of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, within and for the county of Pre ble, and State of Ohio, charging the said Obediah TC. Jones with jross neglect of duty aud habitual drunkenness for more than three years last pa.-?t, and with adw'- tery with one Mrs. Hyde, at the town of Xew Madison, Darke- county, Ohio, in December, 189, and January 1870, and also with adultery with divers lewd women at a house of ill fame in the city of Kichmond, Indiana, on the 15th day of February 1S70; and nuking that she may be Divorced from the said Obediah E. Jones, and other aud further relief, -, which petition will stand for heaving at the next term of said Court. Dated this;30tb day of April, A. D. 1S72. By STTVElt & FKEEMAX, 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 the Commis sioners of Preble county, at their next session in June 3rd, 18T2, to grant and establish A Free Turnpike on said road, as follows: Commencing on the Eaton and Lexington Free Turnpike at An drew AVikie'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, aud there to terminate. PETITIONERS. Mav 2, 1872.w6. West Ead TAILORING. wm. hung-uijIE, MERCHANT TAILOR !! WKS'I MAIN' STREET, EATO.Y, O. Zjg" A1! work in his line done Willi Xcatness and Despatch. Give Him a Call !! E35 Cutting done in good style and on short notice. Eaton May 2, 1872-tf. Sealed Proposals WILL be received by the undersign ed ill) to noon of Saturday, May 2oth, for the building of a Brick School House in sub-district number 2, Wash ington township. The Board of Directors reserve the right to reject any or all bids. The plans ami specifications can be seen at the residence of the undersigned. Bv order of the Hoard of I )i rectors. PET Eli COMFORT, May 0, 1872-w. Clerk. I ! TRADE WAGM! "1.4 a tliive-.-ipring'wagi.ii' iiUei.ile.l tXSr! general piirposi-s, where a' lig;lt : v. agon is required. It makes .i very yeaf " Business Wagon; Is suitable for both farinefs'aini grocers) and excels as a- -j- ; :?.:. SEWING MACHINE '."WAGOIT, ! ; Being lighter than tbe ordinary kind,; aud is made of the ocst (nullity, of uwteiv ial throushout and .... WARRANTED. All the principal carriage makers keep them.- Send for descriptive catalogue to; the manufacturers. ' ' . yi; .. -. , : Si N.: BROWN, Eayton, 0. : Feb 8, ..18 WM. T. KKi.LV. T. J. FAULKNER KELLY & FAULK1TE?, RFAL ESTATE" Agents ; LEWIBBl'RG, PREBLE CO VJSTV, OHIO, i . ,. . - : I Will attend promptly to'tbe sale-of all Real Estate intrusted to their care. ' Persons having Projerty for sale or wishing to purchase will do well to give us a call. Will attend to making Deeds, Moitgagas, &c. '-' .. Officio. With T. J. Faulkner & Son, dealers in Woolen, Goods, Lewisburg. Feb. 15, 1S72. 2m. CRAIN AND SEEDS. TIIE Undersigned would call the at tention of the farmers of Preble county to the fact that they have established themselvoB in tlieUrain business at the VanAusdal Wareliouse, south of east Main Street railroad crossing, where we will give the highest market: price for Grain and Seeds. COOK & MILLER. Xovfjyl.tf wTm. CAMPBELL, M. DM HAVIXO ixTiiianently located in Ea ton, ofl'era his xrofessional services to all of his old friends, and the commu nity generally. ..." Having been actively engaged in the practice of Medicine and Surgery for the last twelve j-ears, he feels confident ol giving full satisfaction to all. tW Olliee and residence, north-east corner of Barron and Decatur streets, opposite G. II. Eidson's residence. Dec. 28. 1871-tf l'lUNTIVO A SfKClAI-lTV THE t-noi:TK-T xn ri f - A N l 1IO IT (UVK Vb A CALL! ss vtr pis vai GEO OBEXES I tf 4 'WIE iiiifjcrslfrtie'lw""!'! rrfwi tfnllr ttiforir: Jifs ;olfl frUtl8 in Kat4ii pii'l 4t oiitjflttfr eonnlrv. tiiht he J Mirrliusel Slwutoc ol (rM-i-rlo4orC. mid J. kirlfuntfU. fiiKl Pv ill 'Miiniie Ht U,-lr old stiuidtvu-iHily all k lia r in -.lof F fTE S H gC ROC ERICS, At as'ln-WnfTrcf AS "ij'lthei'hfMTse In Katou. Cult- aititittv in jmrt at: COFFKK. TEA, fcIK'KS, NOTIONS. atJAr, FISH. SAI-T, bL'AK, iOl.AKSf.;s CAN'fUFS, NUTS, WOOIIEN WAKiC, fot,AroVi"j.riLr:;-am' e'irrv utlitr ai-ticle iisunHy kt-pt In a (-Jn.cery tor. lie will pay tin; hllieAt murkut prit-ti In culi or trade for all kinds of A liberal patruuae is f.!!rlti-'l. Anrll 1.1, 1871 (inios. F. JSlT. mt. marsh, .ounseioUw Eaton, Preble Co., O. ALL ljiiKiiieeis -snoh fnt 9ettlin2 E fcites. Colleetiliir Chums.. Drcniu-iinr Li-gal Instruments ; Deeds,': Mortjrmires. ... : .1 f .. ... - c . . . ' y attended, to:;.";,, - r.-'lFflj. 1, 72-yI BEKJ. HUBBARD. - : I. 'ii,, FBE2.MAX' TT VU - J'1 ij-'Ti ' ' : Attorniys ' and. Couasellors at ' La v ITlLh atteh'd,' proi'iiptly . to all - lmi II ness eatnutl to their i-ar, In tli various coilrtH 'of 'tftls; State. OmVi in Marsh & LockVOd..luilUiiig, 2il slorv Mniu Street, Eaton, Q. Jan-17-yl-tf T 'ii.Hl t, -. . -, , J Hav Now jReceiVed ;, ; Fiiiliioi!! j AVftliYjS'.AHGi STOCKO' ' -: Call and-See Tlie rii-2-tfi Sl O, DODEARS ' FoirXfr :tto'nt:oK i.fcwj-rn-' '"' At thi LVufal r-Othve r of TUT'l'LE & WELSH, MiuorV Block, Eaton v. I tW Persons calling Eaki.y in tin; moruiug can hitve Uieir teetfi in th af- iernvoii. . : ; -,. - ,., ' , . , .. - '. Sped d attynUujj .iyvii to .preserving iinturul .terjli, j ,-,. (i: ,. X il. I, lo 'Z; t . mmmmm. i O. BROWN, ' i t: B"fn Writf: Soto. Ohio: 1 kfim -oi-'iiin( y t,n hniirt a full Stn. 1; ni a t . "kln'l ' i . ol LKA I UI-,H, uni iimki' to ilr.! Jityle "i , i .. .- .-, GAiTRS,SL!PPRS &c lie '' t nt ftl-Wi-rftrk to lie inl 'li fi-- cin . . jii'i? ,ftr ft , A ,-tl -it(iiwl-8c:lii-a.liw BHfiuy Hl.oti livi.ixvn. if Hfrf !r iln. i; on short notice, Him ci'stun. : 4 r : f o'ery--Acriiflioi -ii1.m r 'n llfcll.l 1J yr'.; ;' . Jo .n, L' Cassel.& Quinn's ft M . I O C . - I.I'I P Jff xa -,; -CD us:: -:: - 1- Pa t e nte d April 14 j ;.' .863 . 'Ujt EAToxO.Mareb 24, 1872. ' ' We. the tindersigliCd,'- citizens bt I're ble county, hereby certify that we have for several years past had in use the Pat ent Bee-Hives of Jolyi I. Cassel $ Quiii, aud that-they are a perfect preveutivo against the moth.' We have found the representations of the Patentees concern-iiig-tmid Hives, iu all respecta true. -. We believe these Hives to he the best in use, and cheerfully, recommend them to all owners ot Bees, X. B. STElMfEXJ, KOBEKT lIAnRIH. J. C'H KIS'I'MAN. J. rt. nir.rnr.., i)Jl. W.U.Jl. JMIXOli. A. B.Dli(illO(iT. O WM.O.J4ANFII.L. - J. HOLniiKJIA:. - O BO L. ' H H LST Jl A X. ANTHONY YOST. LUCIKN (JAidKi,. ttS"Tli ftbovelllve in now leiiiK manufeliir ed byl.. (ialiel A Co.. Katoii. O. All orders lor tlila superior Illvv, must be m.MjeHRetl to JOHN I. CAlSSKL, Katon.O. April lH,'is7-mos.3. ; Eumber ,r,', Ettmber! - To The Public, EOEINSCIT CHAMBERS & CO. , KEEP for aW at IJW EST -MAXKET PRICKH l'INE, rorULAB.amt ASIt Floarlncr, Drwed Vine and Popular ftldeioff, l)resl Asli l'iue mid POPl.AW FIXTSTTINri M'MBKR. aiOUI.DIN(M, h"HlNJI.l. I.ATH,. STA1K BALLtUTKHS, NKWKL 1'fXTrt, tc Are also prepared to furnish nOOHS, WIN'WlW FRAMtHjiiSH PANEL, mid fiattni Doors mill to SAW up, MOULD OK TV UN lA'JIIitli to onler. We Inteml to make it to the interest of those ueediag anyiliiitfe iu our line to ileal wftli lift. HIGHEHT- MABKKT rBICK PAIT1FOK DRY l'OPLAR AND ASH LVMHKR. EOBIis'SOX, CUAMBKKS & CO, E ton, April 1, vnt. tf . DOTY HOUSE. MORRIS DOTY, Prop'r. Main St, Odd FellowsBlock, Eaton, Ohio. Stabling for 10O tlorses. Livery at all hours. Free Omnibus to and from all I rains, bv S. K. Sample. Jan. 4, 1872. yl. fittofnevs&( hi . Tf. f-r r;. w.. -t ) :. . ' O.fBB OWN;;;' ! Si .-it.r,-,. vX it (- li--'.I -. tf I 19 -- -A: '.;' tl -t