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EATON WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
Thtirsday
August S, 1872.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT.
Watch the X.
Subscribers who fiud an X marked
on the margiu or wrapper of their
paper, will know that they are indebt
ed on subscription, and will please
call and square off. We need the
money to grease the machine, so that
It may run 6mooth for Greeley and
Brown.
Gunckel Nominated.
As we expected and -as we predict
ed long .before the Radical Congress
ional Convention convened at Dayton,
Lewis B. Gunckel, of Montgomery
county, the favorite of the '-Kings,"
was nominated for Congress. "VVe
knew fro n the effort being made in
this connty from the amount of mo
ney .being shipped here before the pri-
m u y election to purchase and bribe
delegates that the defeat of Preble
. conuties candidate was a foreordained
event, just as certain as the rising and
setting- of the snn. It is strange, too,
that Preble would 6iibniit to being
trampled and kicked abut by Mont
gomery, county, when she presented
such, a favorable and unobjectionable
candidate as Mr. Brooke. It howev
er only proves the power of the "al
mighty dollar," to humiliate and dis;
. - ' i ; 1 1 fU..A
race. uiuu. jciy Jiuuuiuuie uiiun
on the part of Darke and Greene
counties was brought to bear in caucus
against the- bribed delegates from this
connty to go over to Mr. Brooke, or
any other man from this county, in
'order to defeat Gunckel, but they
. were inexorable even the. threat of
one of the delegates from Preble that
she "COULD not and WOULD not
J-"rw rrr-fr.rl 7i i innVol n hnA tin pfTIonr
- - - ,
and he was made the nominee in cau
cus. Mr. Brooke and Allen then with
drew, and notwithstanding the solemn
protestof Mr. Craighead that lie would
not accept if nominated, his name was
presented by the disaffected counties
"V .Treble, Greene and Darke, and the
lows:
Craighead.
Gunckel.
63
0
1
9
Montgomsry,
Darke,
25
29
15
69
Greens, ,
Preble, :
73
. Seventy two votes were uecessary
to- choice. And Mr. Gunckel was
thus declared the nominee. With
veally no candidate against aim, Gunc-
kel only received a majority of two !
That he will be defeated by Judge
AViKSiNS, the Democratic-Itepublkan
nominee, we ave noc uie least uouui,
because it is morally certain that this
c unity cannot be carried for a nian
who purchases .his uomiuation.
Probable Fatal Accidents.
''' Three . brothers and one sister of
. Henf- Huston, kA,a., of West Aicxan-
. i . - - i t.
ing bj the 9 o'clock train, summ n-
c.l bv a telesrram to the bedside of
their brother who is lying very ill.
"Xhey er.gajcd a conveyance of Mr.
Ilarshman to take them to West Alex
andria, when opposite the old Black
farm the horse took fright at some
cattle lying on the 'pike and threw
them out, injuring the elder brother
very severely, fracturing the collar
bono and breaktng two ribs, the frag
. meats of the fractured bones penetrat
ing his lung and causing hemorrhage,
that will probably prove fatal. The
sister had her collar bone fractured as
well as beine severely braised. The
others were only slightly injured. ;
Mr. Jesse Hapner, living near Lew
isburg, with his family started for the
Soldier's Home, Tuesday morning last
in a Spring Wagon, when about half
mile , east of ' Lewisburg, his horae
frightened and backed down a very
steep embankment, upsetting the've
. hicle and throwing out its "occupants,
bruising them all severely. Mr. Hap
ner's ii.jnries are thought to be" seri
ous.
Dead Body Found.
On last Sunday morning the dead
body of a man was discovered in
log out building on the farm of Mr.
. Joseph Simmons, on the old National
road a!;out eight miles norm of fc-aton
The bo.dy was so badly decomposed
that recognition or the cause of ,his
death was, impossible, and a verdict
by the Coroner's jury was rendered in
accordance with these facts. He was
about 50 years of age, about 5 feet and
7 inches in height and had dark hair
and whiskers slightly tiagetl with
grey- '
Free Fights.
Our town seems to be blessed ( ?)
. with a remarkable amount of pugilis
- tic talent, which if properly trained
might give us some reputation abroad.
Not a week passes by in which we are
not favored with an exhibition of the
. P. G. Ring. Bloody noses, black eye
brows and braised heads seem to be
the remnants of this amusement. Es
pecially on Saturday nights, is this the
result. It is shameful, but then these
"sports" uiU6t be amused, and proba
bly this is better than many other
things tl.ey might do.
. , We have heard several persons
claim the credit of silencing the editor
of the "Register's" abuse of saloons
and saloon-keepers. We believe . the
"interview" of the editor of the Piqua
"Journal," had about as much to do
with it as anything1 else. JJ'othiii"'
the kind has appeared since Fleming
"interviewed" Morris.
Editorial Brevities.
of
A note oa Sunday is void.
Ignorance of the law is no excuse.
Several marriages on the tapis.
Guess who?
There will bo lively times iu this
county during this campaign.
When was a Convention known
with only one candidate, and he get
only two majority ?
You can tell a young lady's politics
by the name of the paper she uses in
making her "bustle."
Parties making bets on the election
are informed that our particular fort
is acting as stake-holder.
It is said Bill Allen squandered
away $3000 to purchase the Darke
county delegates to go for him !
Some of the Republicans say the
Democratic party died on the 10th of
July, and the echo comes back to
them u-ly.
We had the pleasure one day last
week of seeing Budd Doble, driving
the black horse "Joe Hooker," around
our Fair ground track ! He made it
in about 2-J274.
Abner Duiilap has the finest "turn
out" of any man in Preble county.
His double set of gold mounted Har
ness were manufactured in Eaton by
John Ruppel, and cannot be excelled
anywhere.
We have the most cheering news
from all parts of this State. The peo
ple are moving with one accord for
Greeley & Brown. Let the ball roll
on. "The day of jubilee is coming."
Preble county has been "furnishing
Radical majorities forMontgomcry
county Congressmen for twenty years.
And now when she pressed her claims
her rights were sacrificed to a Mont
gomery county local 'Meeting. Poor
Preble!
The return of the delegates from the
Radical Congressional Convention on
Thursday evening last, was the most
solemn affair we ever witnessed. The
Brook men were hostile, while the
Ring" was all lovely.
Democrats iu this County stand as J
a unit in support ot Greeley and
Brown. That the Democratic Repub
lican party will elect their nominees,
no sane person can doubt. The peo
ple demand it. The tax-payers are
determined to have it so.
We would like to know how-it
comes that all our subscribers at Lew
isburg cannot get their paper. Every
week -soma one complains. If the
P. M. needs an extra copy, we will
send one rather than disappoint our
regular subscribers.
We wiirsend the Eaton Democrat
to uy new subscriber for three dol
lars payable 'when Greelev is ejected
President of the United States. Now
you plucky, sanguine fellows, who
laugh at the idea of Grant being beat,
hand iu your names.
We talk ou the streets of Eaton al
most daily with many Radicals who
admit frankly and honestly that the
Republican party "has done all the
good it can." Then dear friends, if it
is dead, let its epitaph be written as
was that of a power of old ; weighed
iu the balance and found wanting.
It takes money to run a newspaper
as well as auy other business and no
paper succeeds financially that carries
on a deadhead system. Any mention of
the people's affairs they wish to see in
print, is worth payiug for, and wheii
printed is generally as good as any
other investment of the same amount.
The millenium is near. "The lion
and the lamb shall lie down together.'
After the 1st of March next, Horace
Greeley will be President of the Uni
tea stales then we. will have -peace
and low taxes the poor men and the
farmers will rejoice and be happy.
Mr. Gunckel may put down Preble
County as O for him on the Congress
ional vote. The friendsxf Mr. Brooke
say that if he did bribe delegates to
go against their own county in" Con
vention, he cannot-purchase votes
enough to endorse him at the polls.
We hope onr neighbor of the "Reg
ister" will find it convenient to fur
nish his readers with Charles Sum
ner's .letter to his colored., friends.
You know Charles has always been a
great tavome witn you, a bright "par
ticular star," and yo should help to
keep him shining!
The amount sent into this county to
bribe the Preble delegates for Gunck
el, was $5000. It was given out by
his mends that this money was
for the. purchase of tobacco, but
it is now known that it was used to
buy Preble county .delegates at the
Dayton Convention. How it succeed
ed is before the people of this District.
A great many persons around here
are personally acquainted with the
Rev. W. S. Bacon. He was Post Mas
ter at Lockland under the Grant ad
ministration. He writes a very touch
ing "farewell" to his old associations.
tendering his resignation as P. M.,
and conies out for Greeley and Brown,
Our anguish is deep, we almost
weep for the frailties of poor human
nature when we learn that at the
Richmond Radical fandango at least
three of the late "smelling committee,"
three members of the highest stand
ing in the grand old order of G. T's.
were seen going in, seen inside, and
6een coming out of one of these places
worse than "houses of ill-fame !"-
Isaac talk to them, pray for them, and
tell them that a "sister's single lapse
trom virtue," is nothing when com
pared to the terrible crime of grini
into a saloon.
Churches and Church Going.
Some seventh day christian. bro
ther in one of our holy Evangelical
temples of worship soured a little ov
er our remarks a week or so ago about
Churches, and iu an auonymous com
munication pours out his wcunded
feelings upon our meek and devoted
body, by charging us with being a
heathen,opposed toMinisters, Churches
and the Sabbath ! Rather heavy, we
admit. But bless his poor, narrow
mindcd,bigoted and hypocritical soul,
how sadly and blindly he has exhibi
ted his ignorance. We'll bet him a
squash against his brainless head, that
within the last ten years we have con
tributed more for the support of the
Ministry, Churches and Christianity,
than he hasuring the whole exist
ence of his unnatural life. That we
are opposed to the conduct of some
Ministers and think there is very lit
tle genuine religion in many of our
Churches, is. very true; and if we
don't attend any place of worship it
is simply because we feel that we are
doing as well by remaining away and
studying our own sermons. True re
ligion consists in works and not in a
seventh day profession or a sancti
monious regard for forms and cere
monies. Our idea of a christian is
one who is charitable and kind who
relieves the distress of his neighborin
stead of oppressing them who visits
the sick and the afflicted who feeds
the hungry and clothes the naked
who, if a man is hungry, does not of
fer him a tract and tell him to trust to
the Lord, but will give him a quarter
wherewith to get some bread and
who does not spend his time disput
ing about articles of faith, but carries
his heart in his hand, and always has
a kind word for the out cast and
broken hearted. Such a person will
win for himself a crown of glory, no
difference whether he attends Church
or not, or whether he pins his faith to
the creed of any sect.
Churches are very essential in a.
community and should be supported,
but a radical change is needed ia iheir
management. Thousands who now
stay away from Church would gladly
attend if they felt they could meet up
on a level with their more wealthy
neighbors, and contribute according
to their means. If those who wear
fine linen and fare sumptuously every
day desire to be exclusive, they should
remember that they will stand upon a
level with the poor and lowly at the
udgment day.. Pride will have its
fall then, if not before. Creeds
and articles of faith, or the fact of
having worshipped in a gaudy temple
will not win entrance into the King
dom of heaven, where the Savior of
th.! world presides.
The great principles of ChrULiaiiity,
as taught by him who died upon tie
cross to expiate the sins of the world,
are lost 'sight of by those who wrap
the cloak of morality about them, and
say unto men,' stand aside, "I am ho
lier than thou." The church which
imposes heavy burdens upon its ad
herents too grevious to be borne,
and takes from them that which is
needed to supply their temporal'wants
commits a siu insight of high Heaven,
and will be held responsible for it at
the great day. The . great mass of
God's creatures upon this earth are
poor aud suffering; they are borne
down by taxes to support luxurious
ease, both in church and state, their
only privilege being to bow down to
the long-faced humbugs who talk of
christian duties they never practice
themselves. It would - be well for
such canting . and sniveling "holier
than thou" hvpocrits, like the writer
of the auonymous tirade, to set about
a reform of their system before they
hurl denunciations at persons who a.e
religiously and morally their equals,
if not their superiors.
Camden.
Our correspondent "Will. J." of
Camden, furnishes us the news o'f the
unexpected death of Isaac Craig, Esq.,
who for nearly a quarter of a century
has successfully followed the Dry Goods
business in that place. He died on the
31st. uit., after an illness of but a few
days, in the 65th year of his age. He
died honored, beloved and respected by
all his neighbors and friends. Durinr
his funeral all business was suspended
A Mr. AVm. Orr, liviu about three
miles east of Camden, met with a most
singular and painful accident on Mon
day two weeks ago. With the assist
ance of a pitchfork, the prongs stuck in
to the ground, he undertook to climb to
the top of a wheat stack, but by the giv
ing away a sheave of the wheat he was
precipitated backward and fell upon the
hand le of the fork, wbich penetrated
some eighteen inches into bis posterior.
ir. Wiii. Saylor, of Winciiaster, and
Dr. Corson, of Middletown, tendered the
necessary medical aid, and it is thought
he will recover.
. An exchange regrets the removal, of
a family whose boy started out a year
ago by shooting himsel Two mouths
ago he choked himself with a fish
bone. A few days after he built a fire
in the barn and called out the steam
ers. ; lie then swallowed a top, got
run over by an ice wagon, fell into the
river, was lost for three days, and first
and last he has been a fountain of lo
cal news whose value cannot be esti
mated on a slate four feet square.
It is not a year since John A. Logan
charged that, at the battle of Pittsburg
Landing, Grant "was 60 bliiul drunk
that he could not lie down decently
Loaran' now supports Uri'ant jor re
election'.'
Don't be afraid to
invest m prin-
i t.'r s ink, lest yotu
s:inil of life T
tirnrlv run out.'
Democratic Committeemen.
At the meeting in the City Hall fn last
Saturday to appoint .Delegates to the
Cjiigreds-i-jiiiil convention, among other
business preparatory to organizing for a
vigorous prosecution of the campaign,
upon a motion of Judge Gili.iore, the
following persons were appointed as an
Executive and advisory Committee, re
siding in Eaton :
J. II. Foos, Esq., Abner Duiilap, Wil
liam Ackermau, CP. Thur.i ami Michael
Ityan, A motion was then carried to
appoint ail Executive Committee ot ten
in each township, to consist Of one Lib
eral .Republican and one Democrat, with
the following result :
Israel John AI. Ramsey and Charles
Pearce.
Dixon Amos Haines, Elijah Wilkin
son. Jackson Dr. G. W. iiekey, Jesse
Sshisac er, Jr.
Jefferson D. W. Ilarshman, Dr. J.L.
Bran'ett.
Washington W. C. 21. Brookins, J.
G. Mo'utt, Esq.
Lanier Jam.s Vanaudal, Jos. Brow
er. Gasper Hon. Henry Shideler W. H.
Campbell.
joiners Wilson Pottersger, John
Townseud.
Gratis John 31. Hendricks, Capt.
Thomas Polock.
Twin Johnson McLean, Esq., Joseph
B. Shaw.
Harrison
Monroe
Chairman of Executive Committee
J. II. Foos.
Secretary L. G.'Gould.
Treasurer W..C. M. Brookins.
The "Register" office furnished the
only '-enthusiasm" at the Richmond
Radical fandango. It is said that when
Morris opened his mouth nothing but
his ears could be seen.
A MUSICAL TKEAIX The foljolnjj selections
of New M-Uslc can be ha4 for Thirty Cents by send
ing for the August Number of Peters Musical
Monthly. The pieces are also published in heet
Form at the prices annexed.
Meet me, Maggie. Song and Chorus, TIavs 40ct
BnghlSlar tn.it Crowns wftn Beauty, KucKen 30
Do not Weep su, bidtcr lhirliu.jd.C. tttewurt 30 "
My Heart is Ve;wry, Bu'Ud. Gounod ao "
Jucus .Polka. Four Hands. Strauss. 35 "
Kmnight Sbottische, - - - Ooole 30'
ieorsie'a Waltz - - Iv;nkA Si
Kosalbu folk a Mazurka. - - Klebcr 40 "
love'd Caresses Morceau elegante Kinkei,
Address, J. L,. I'tTEK.'i, Broadway, K.Y
B9- Five back numbers of Peters' Musical Months
ly will bs ma. lei, post-paid, on receipt off.l
MARRIAGES.
In &ton, O.. '.ii tl;o3r.l. Inst., ty H. T. I.nrsti,
J. 1'., Mr. louis iiEppzs to Miss Willie Hah
kis. Allot Preble count), O.
In Eaton on tha Dili Inst., by B. F. Ijrsh. J. P.,
Mr. Hf.XHY J. litUIMBI, to MISS JUlIV I. C'OX,
all of freble county. O.
MAKR1ED On the ind lnt., lit the residence of
Rev. B, W. !ay. In Lewlibui-g, I'reble t'ouiity, O..
bv itev. iiisiiop feuiuouus. Mr. Elam Day, l-at.,
to Miss Ui.i.a Day; both of tuis plac.
Young Mr. Day bus really and legally too, mar
ried his adopted Bister, which did surprise our vil
lase.r, uid. furnished ample material for the vil
lage gossip, to proclaim the "glad tidings of great
Joy," vit; That Elam and Ella are married. The
Mea of a man marrying his own sistor (made so by
adoption) appeare-.l so remote, and ot such strange
occurrence, that It created quite a sensation, '4ijut
people will talk you know. We would simply say,
as they are no blood relation, and truly loved each
other (.s we are confldeut they did) and longed
for the happy day. what on earth should have pre
vented Ihcm. We must say In giving vent to our
feelings, and expressing our sentiments, we wish
tbeiu God speed. May their "Days" be many and
prosperous, and as they walk down lifes road to
gether, may a halo of glory ba cast arouud them,
aud their pathway be strewn with the most fra
jr-nrt flowers. May their fondest hopes be realiz-
aud their most sangulue'antlcipatlous be con-
sumated in due time. Aud he who has wooed and
won thcyouuir and accomplished "Ella," do Jus
tice to the cause and appreciate the laurels he has
won. And we feel contldcnt she will do honor to
thehaudaad heart that won her, and drive away
the dull monotony, and alleviate the sorrows of
life.
In Wedlocks fetters you are bound,
Both Klla Day and Elam.
have
VoIut-iuous pleasures you
And "Days" periians, you'll need 'eiu. XX
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Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R.
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Raton , 7.21
Kernel's 7.43
Camilen 7.48
Somerville 7.9
Colllnsville 8.08
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H:i:ullli..i 8. 2
Arr. at Cincinnati .. 9.45
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TK&W. Junction ... .35
AVestville
Florence O.li
New Hope ..6.54
Eaton 7.04
Barnefs ".24
Camden 7.30
Somerville 7.40
Collinsvllle 7.47
Seven Mile 7.56
Hamilton 8.14
Cincinnati .20
Cincinnati
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. 7? AfYERS, V
f-'l. ran Tickrt Al:t.
.1 :;nu:r." Jd.-IST-' -1 - T.
SPRING OF 1872.
ITas rrfclvcil his Iminer.se Ktoek of
Comprising:
200 Fine Asserted Cassi-
msrs Suits.
150 Light Business Suits!
300 FancySatiinstt Suits
100 Linen Suits.
A fine an 1 ; aIeie a4-wrtiuent of
Xll&cXs; Brown
clad.
BIug. Olotli Croats!
The latest Styles of
SUCH AS
Linen Strip
Alpacca JLi "Lister,
White Buck.
And a Full Assort men t or
2 "ST EI I ISI
My Stock Of
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Complete, and I Wefy Competition.
The Styles of
Mal & Caps
.ComprlsinK all Colors thai Can be Foond.
KEEP CONSTANTLY OX II iSD THE LATEST
UMBRELLAS,
Trunks &; valises,
-OF A IX-
SIZES Sl GRADES !
tS" Would most respectfully invite
the outilic to cull and and exaiaiue ay
Stock and learu prices.
NOTHING CIIAKGED
FOR
Showing Goods It
MY MOTTO
"SMALL. PROFITS!"
"Quick Sales!'9
AND ' t
"ONE PRICE!"
- Stephens' BiiiWinp.
IToiise, Ear-on, OI'r-.
l:iV30. 17:T
' !'(X!ilv I'oiirt
Sin Clii
Sum fear
NEW THIS WEEK.
1872.
9
have just Completed
4.
FOR-
FBlEiG&SUiMER!
These Goods are made with the
view
of ottering to the public
CLOTHING WELL MADE!!
At tiie;same cost
And in many instances lower than Eas
tern made.
All Goods SHRUITKBe.
FORE MAKING-. .
I call special attention to my Stock of
PEE GOODS
-SUCH AS
PLAIN" AND FANCY
ftSSlMER
Clievoits,
TfcZeZioxiSy
Diagonals?
1 I Mei fes3 a
&C. CO. CO-
In all the latest shades and styles
ORDER WORK.
for
Furnishing Gaods,
Call and examine poods before bnyiug
as I am determined this Spring to ofier
such inducement?, as will secure the
trade of every body.
Baron stredt, Eaten, O.
Third door door of Ahm street KM.t
CAMPAIGN!
Uiotinng
WEAR.
HATS, CA
-AND-
side.' ;
April II. l2.-yr.t
BUY TKB.BEST!
Knox's Practical
WASHING- MACHINE!
clotheswrikger:
a hf. i.t:t pjtJii:n"iiK!
A TIMti SAVKU!
A 8TKKNTK PAVEUf
fcOAl a:i HE1. 8AVFRI -c-T-AJt
A AN AtjiM,
mj-Tlie artvantnuf-'S ufc!i:i ntaclilne re
1. lis?m.:i. Ii i a notsloy; cun bo used (a
crtrt.ft 1 : :ns.
:. 11 ,s w ; T.'mlitd; u child of ten years con
3." 'it Kijm-ei'aiJ wn known beT.rfM9fX oslxtg
swls bniilrij hut. Jio boiiiiiK oi clolhss rpquli-d.
4. Tliere Is iiineii Ka www to tlio gaimoiit tlin
thcrels fricf 'on is ftijt:f-,4. , ,
a. 11 Is clitspio clienp' when Its value Is
bnim u, thp prti-ecciiiiot sir.nd IntUetrjiy ot any
family wihln in imrchaM one.
r it tje ifiTvIiu!-? tf,rk v.-Ethlop. rlnsfnjr dm
ljliieins, without tliu U3e of n wash-tub or waali-
7. The Wrinsr li self-ailjus'-lnir, 't I cupftblo
of wringing any artic'pof ilollilna f iom a lace cu
lar to the Iteitvifst befl oiillt.
We. the nnderstiroed, narinz testert the r5Tciency
of ICuox's r'rrii-tiCHl V. asthirjt- ila-.:blne Bull i lo'.lics
WrIiiKer, tiiUe pleuHiiit Iw in..ci.riiiiei(lfn5 It to th
piil.l;e. A u lalor-vili niarhllte It fir surpsac
a-ivtl'lne of tlm tinrt we have erer seen: nliilelt
wu'ks in. Injury ti th rlotl-s. hut. e leans U-em In
the qnickmt una timplefj. manner nomtble. Any
orli'ifiry is-ichifw r:m he d'-re in fiuattT.ollrrrt
doj Jlie f.wr i nattilna compariv to that
l.ex cs.-a.-v 'jv- r - . therluode. We CimtHler it tbe
rnuft P"'rn :t ot t'l tii Waiiilna Slaehiuta evci
brought to our notice. "T
Mrs. II. J .M'LAUGIILIN",
" M. E. BKOOKIiSS.
. " ELLEN FISHEtt.'
" MAHY A WAGGONER.'
" Dr. STEPHENS. ,
Wm. ITliOOKE.
ALFliED D FINNY.
J AC OB f EL 1P1 M A K.'
it
a
" AN Til ON Y Y OST.
11. r vanausdal:
" levi wyatt.
"SALLY CAM I BELt.
Forfurthpr intormation, Address.
CHAMPION
Washing MachineCompany
Xcnia, Ohio.
Who are prenaretl to fnrnlHh MaeMne on shrrt
notlee. at wholesale n1 retell BTERHITORir
FOlt 8AU. U-FliXY AGEX18 WAM'til.
ClWaggoner, Agent,
March "14. 1 ; -m . ' I 1 ' HI'
New Manufactory
OP
SADLERY AND HARNESS !
Jolin. Kuppcl Jr.
- HAS OTENEI A ' '
SADDLE. & SAS1IESS SHCPir
in the oi :h Room of
ODD FELLOWS3 E'JiLDiMO,
ON CHERRY STREET, -
And proposes to do all kind of work in.
. his line, in the. . .
Ver7 Best and Latest Style.
Call and Examine Work."
Eaton, Feb. 16, 1872-6m ;
BTew Firm !!
AT
RESSLER'S OLD S TAND;
... . - -1
K ester & Lange;
Carriage, Buggy
and
Spring lfagoti
Manufactory.
They fronW call the attention of their ftienila and
the pnbllc fenera'ly to examine their
NEW STOCK
Of Carriages, Buggies &c:
' - Before iiurchaBlu else here., : . .
Special attcnticn ysli to Eepainrg."
-Ill IVerlc Wiirrarttd.
B2TGIVE US A ALL.?5ff
FobrTtn ryJTKSi
,.,.,1rr.. ?
. AND
: Ol) XJ D 12 m
WtMTERS HfLL
Invite attention to their tock of fam
ily groceries and produce, of Wllittli.
tliey ket-pa full and compitte" stocK at
tbeu- c-M sutnu oa . -
Baron Street Eaton, Oi
"We flatter ourselves tUat we can sell
as low as any other house in town, and-,
will keep always on hand the best brands
of
PHOVI8IOK8, VFGETABI.ES, ALMOSDB
SFICEK, TA.S
COFFEK, - BAISIB.
BUTTER." e . CHKKfK
n a vrd uurilit.ntntft.
TAMIIiT FLOUB, CORN MEAL, . fc, RICE &
. ALSO
Salt! by t2z.e ;Sar?el.'
The patronage of the public is solicited,
11. 1113 J 1. :
J. L. QUINN I .- ; S. J. CjUUiS
EATON STEAM ELEVATOR
GRAIN DEPOT.
Highest vTIarket Price
VOH
d-RAIN AND SEED !
r mm WJFir iuur t--I" ' tvtir tu,j "
atanil the bnmeHB and to be ttole thereby to carry'
11 II II 1 uo rtti u ... ."V 1.. ... 'J " -
fHrmers. Call at tlieir wwebouae, we-. t oi Kail road
r Tbe HTOTTKST CASH PKICE PAIU FOR
LEA I TOBACCO. j CJan. 1-1
J. F. WHITING-,'
-ASfB- . .
PLAIN PAINTER.
Glossing, Marbling, Graining'
" ... ' -AND , . ..
.Paper XSanging
BXWExecHteS with Keutnese and WipatchC
OrncE, i' Minor's BrifiiiNG,
Opposite the Court House."
EATON , OHIO. ni7-tl
mm house.
MOERIS" DOXY, Prop'r:
Main Strode! FelFowsBIocJc
Eaton, Onjo. . i
Stabling-for Itty Horses. 4verx ax
af I hoiirs.. Free Omnibus to and li oin
all I rains, bv S. E. Sample.
Jan. 4, 172. yl. , . . ...
iti kin ecenc '
TH E Undersigned wonld call the at
tention of the farmers of Preble conntr
to the fact that they have PBtnbliahed
themselves in the Grain business! at the
VanAusdal Warehouse, efcutli of east.
Main Street railroad crossing1, where,
we will give the hi,'liest market iriee
for Grain airl So?i!s. , . .
cook & jvnnhKK.
"S'ovr; v.I if

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