HE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT,
T n t1 rsTTt T TPAin-
vr. urvf XiX, .XJCU.lC,.
JJuly 3, 1S73.
llirum Po-ft'ere, tho most fa
mous of American eculptoriylied
iuFIdrence ItJy, of Conmimp -tion,
cm f ue "27th c?f 'jurtel in' his
- E. B.'Kshubiian; editor of the
woyna o. jjrmocrat, nas noen
nominated for'Uepresen'tkti ve by
the Democracy uf that county.
We hope to be able to chronicle
his triumphant election.
"Jesee R..Grauf. father of the
President, died at. hia residence
in Covington, Ky., on tSunday
evening fast aged about 80 years.
Aside from him being the' father
cf the Prosident, thero was noth
ing remarkable about the man.
A great hue and cry was rais
ed when Congress abolished the
iransing privilege, '; oecauee, it
was alleged, there would be a
out, t'ow-ever, that be
fore 'adjournment au appropria
tipn; ot $AOOO,000 was made to
meet the postal bill of the differ
ent department, and thero is noth
ing to prevent Congress from vo
ting themselves all the stamps
they want, which they will use
in !ioti,.ot franking their. d,;co
mentsv They, liccooded, howev
er, in repealing the ! clause" per
mitting' , cpunty.papors to circu
late free. oF postage in tbe conn
ty '.wiiere "ihey aro. 'piiblihed--
This is inteuded, we suppose, to
punish cVjiistituonts for daring
to find fault with the- abuses ol
the franking privilege.
Go?., Carpenter wishes , to be
re-elected - e is a Grant Itepbb
lican'and ho sees that the far
mefe . the majority of ' whom
have regularly voted With the
eam.0 faction, are leaving party
linoa and 'resolving; to support
good men without regard- ''to
politics. ' Gov. ,'Carpeuter .tells
the farmers,therefore, that their
- power will be in their moral .In
fluence." Eight, but the place
to make that influence, felt is at
the polish The. Grant Republican
politicians have heretofore con
trplled Iowa, and if the industri
ous people of that State have
suffered , from unjust . laws , and
Credit Mobilier Kings, they must
blame the Allisons, llarlanq, and
Wtlsotfau iv hotri ,'t.Iioy' la ve se ui to
Washington,- and their ahettors
whom ihejr have placed in offices
of truBt thome ;' V1;'. "
. Tho Ohio Constitutional ' Con
vention proposes to change the
time tot . Hoi dljsg-the State cloctioii
from October to November, maw
king-it uniform with the Katioa-
"TST e;epj wn'l rCbB la certainly the'
proper time aud., 'place to begin a
reform ibatwiH' deatroW the'de-
moralizicg efforts td carry States j
for'the eake of 'popular inflaencei
... - .i
a w wu lauiuMJWl'J 1UU .U-ff
carry jSiattji ele.tiona for.the purr
election. r..v. ts.:r. ., ....v
x While Mr; GampMll did riot
vote";for, and has uot received
hia' bac ; pay," ilrw Jrat made
the bill a liiw-i.by hi'3 signature,
and 'decepted an increased salary
of ,f25,00(T pir; year; or .$100,000
for his term, V ljow , is ! that for
Democrat. - - -
This news will'mate'Ikey un-
aPPv! 95" rpor fcUow! every
iningi Beems to be ffOiDgcontrary
to his desires.: ; ' . .,',.,. . ,:-
Ati eflort is-beliig inade to hive
i Ti sertod. it b ft : e m Co n s tit u tion
a clause prohibitjns.;ihe;iassag.e
of usury law by tko Legislature.
The argument 1s: wenjight as
well attempt .toihx. -the price of
cows; . flour, cfrn.'&d,' as hiondy.' j
A mail is not free to pay his debts j
with gotod, wares; he niust
pay. In money,, Jdoneyj therefore,
has a s'npreme fu'nclioh in"chii
z;ition,"and 8,hould be reasonably
coiitrdlic'd: - -". ' ' '- '" ,, '
Ocn. Garfield has announced
that be 'is opposed to the farmers
movement.- ,i uc, farmers are op-.
posed. tO the Oroilit Mob'ifier. the
I ' - I-'!Vl 111" 'a
aiaryv i nvai,. ...mo , . vy asnmgton.
King, ad' Garfield.
utwelvo fn,enJer";of he Houe,
,!.... ;.;orinfn .iul
that with the exception of ten or
r1.npR ',rle oi; four. nioe every
includintr a number who
their back pay, have
drawn their palaiies at the rate of
$7,500 ptr iniLUru- Wust., Ece:,
What do you say to that Mr.
"Tumble Bug" editor? Has
uncIsfiJ, Jhe Soldier's Jlome
fT,,, mt.mh,cr drawn hia share of
:.. ti.Iis earlv? , 'If so. can't
t jtf Davis or Mosby to
endorse onr member of Congress
in his first job? What say you,
A correspondent of the 'Cincin
nati .inquirer., .', writing frohi New
Madison, Darke county U., 'thus
Spouks of ,the liailroad project",
from Union City, -Ihd., to this
place:.-:;1.,',; !U ' '.. "W',
: Articles of 'association wore fil
ed with the Secretary bt Ktate oh
the nrst - tho niotlth lor ,luj
structiou ot, a railroad from Ea
ton, i- Preble - Count, to; Union
City, with the following1 'incor-,
poraTor8':' Futon, T.; J.JLar.dh; EIr
dpradOj. M. T. ;fcWhiniiey . New
Madison, oeo, uacon and AL.
Northnp I'alestine, J. McCube
and Ira Jltcyiure lnion-. rtty,
Chas-Neglejv The capital stock
is $400,000 with power to in
crease if need be, and divided In
to shares ot $50 each. he road
will connect at Eaton with the
Eatttn and Hamilton road.- Crosse
the Dayton Wos'fer'n road 'at Ef-
dorudo, and the Pan-Iiiidlo at
.New iludirton,- both of -which
roads carry the produce away
from Cincinnati, in i?aoe of to it.
our. best apd most reliable mar
ker, . v: - . :;. i;
i 'Kentucky, 'whichS.though , no
longer a bIoody is still regarded
as a rather'dark gr'oundj has done
an. act of -justice-to women which
might well be imitated .by older
States - The late : Legislature
passed a Jaw '" decfanirg th at the
wages and compensation of mar
ried women' for labor and 'service
performed by them shall be free
from the ' debts' an r control of
husbands. For a nnmber
bf years past the courts of the
State have - been authorized to
.empower married women, on the
joint application of themselves
and their husband, to act as sin
gle women in matters of business.
The time is evidently not' faf
ahead when woman will have the
same rights as man in regard, to
property if they , do not . have
better ones.'. " V . ' .' i
Oneot the most leceut appoint
ments in the south is that of Maj
Elloa Griswold to be the special
geht. of the Post Office Depart
ment. ,Maj..Griswoid was a Con
federate officcr;"tthd at one ti me
provost-marshal - at Tuscaloosa.
Ala'frFcharire bT'Prisoners' The I
Savannah (Ga.) Adrtiieritnd
Rtpublicita ; sayr-; ; . ,
t xno notorious Uavtv Wirz- was
thf.n fr'V..o nf. li n ,1T- flriontAl r
- - : - . - 1
wo J""w from actual, experience j
.Ws trftl9xeit of Flerar aad
un,?n. Wta if Wtr fle, L
Alt 11 I.ata Axs.. . k. X... WZ.
DUUUa-j . ii a v . IIMKII IIIJIII' 111 . IIIH
sfde. His brutitl orders and still
more brutal treatment of the sick
deserve some' -ot jaer reward .than
federal appoiotrnent to -office.
President '. Grant, is' , pnUicly
charged with removing furniture
Sad flowers that fielong to the
government from-? the ' iVVhita
Uouse to . his;. cottago at Long
Uranch. If this be true, it. is
conduct that la not creditable' to
tho President of theUnitedStates.
Neither was the display he made
the arrival of -his honsbhold
the Brancfe, with the Vlonlof
wagons, horses, &c, calculated
do him -eredit. - - little-, more
modeety for a man iy: his posi
tion would bo more beeorfting.'
fonio time ago .Kellogg, the
nurp!?g Governor of Lotiisfana'
telgra'pnoVl North that the taxes I
were beinir collected and the in
tefest on tho isolate dobt would be
paid kJu the. first of June.' The
. - i .. i-' . .
story nas.iurneq out, to he an in
frnal lie, concocted and ; circula
to quiet tlie holders of. the
The War tDopurtiuen t ', has " is;,
proposals . for ' Supplying
250,000 h'eadstonesf'or the graves
Meeting of the Farmers,
Club of Washington Tp.
I cfubSrvt the school houBe in dia-J-i,
L-t-lr m!w,..K; T.,n.
"ing8 and Combinations of Oapl
llheir M1818' 0n,-Y b 8c:ssful,y
At. a meelmg ot the larniera
gp -j-.Bde .au organization by
f iu.. Vlx .
George Borden, Vice President;
Martin Fudge, Recording Se'y
ftn(j peter Shourer, Treasurer,
wjth the follotving ieHolutious: '
Whereas.. We believe that tho
time haa - now -roe when the
I farmers and other working meu
I of . the country should form a
f'8"e friendly, an-l fraternal uo-
ion, for the purpose of mental
advancement and protection, we
submit the following as some of
the reasons which lead us to this
conclusion, and enumerate some
of the-evils which the united
farmers and world ngcnou of tbe
country alone can redress.
; 1st, Recognizing the self-evi
(lent fact that the noil is the source
from which wo durive. our Na
tional wealth; that agriculture is
the, iJasls of our commerce and
manufacturers; that to the labor
ing classes of the community we
owe material proHpurity and ad
vancement ? and further, that in
the 'distribution of the profits of
agricultural, and other labor, the
producing class s are unfairly
dealt with.wo belh-vo that a closo
and firm union of all the prodtf-J
cmg-claBtes is imperatively de
manded at thif time. .
2nd,. We believe that tbe great
inducement to labor is the amount
of -compensation, received' and
whatever tends - to . lesson the
compensation and profit of farm
labor jn the aggregate dmunishes
tbe amount of agricultural-pro
, 3rd, Tho unjust discriminations
and extortinato charges of rail
road and other public earners,
their rapidly growing power ,that
threatens to absorb the control
f all departments of government
and the inevitable concentrations
of the wealth and. real power of
the country in .the hands of a
few, demand imuiodiate concert
of action on the part of those
whose vital interests are affected.
' 4th, The growing political cor
ruption of tue times, the profili-
gate expenditures of our Legisla
tures and of Congress, and their j
Bub-eervienry to the dictates of
opposed by a determination on
the part of farmers' and other la
boring men" to take their proper
share in the legislation of the
5th, In view of the hardness
of the times, the low prices of
farm prodnco and the general
scarcity of money, we denounce
the increase of, the salaries of
our -State and National officers
and demand their reduction. '
6th, We, hold the ituming of
railroad passes to judicial legisla
tive and executive officers to be
bribery and' Jdemand. ..the '.enact ment,
and enforcement of laws
making it -a pottal offense to give
or receive nucli passes.' '. .
7th,. Resolved That, wo , hold
our Senators and Represent ati ves
responsible for- the passage of
suitable laws for the protection
of our citizens unjust discrimina-
tion5 both troight and passen-
V" v .-
Rth, liesoloed. -That we- will
-i. - I
wiituu cuiiLiunn iijo inuruau. in
terest against tho interests of the
0th,- Resolved. That the tariff
on Iron and Stoel which enters
largely Into the manufacture of
agricultural Imiiicments and the
construction of railroads is too
high and tiiat it is tbe drty : of I
our National Uovernment to pro
tect all branches ' of industry
equally alike. , . ".. . '. ? .
10th, liesolvt J, That the above
meeting and lioolutions be pub
lished in both the' county papors.
While theWertern farmer pays
doty' of more than Qne.huudred
per. cent, on tho ' salt which he
uaesin his pork, beef and butter,
the New England fisherman who
put ltrinto'fish is allowed It" free
duty.", This discriminal ion a
gainst the 'Wont has. bedn .mado
for years, and yet Western Con-
gressmen .have, submitted to' it
without roroonsl ranee. What do
Westerh.peopie, think' of. it?
Tho farmers of Illinois are go
ing to have a-Fourth of Jnlypt
their own this year. They have
.decided to set' apart the day . for
free discussion of tho evils
which oppress them reading, in
the place of Mr. Jefferson's docu
ment, a new Declaration ot Inde
pendence which their executive
committee has juflt Issued. '
"Railroads runiiipg from Clncu-
have agreed to issuo no more
passes -except to employes and
officers of the roads.
Do Fairs Benefit Farmers?
lYes-'Bir! Just after the fa
tigues of a laborious season we
come together,': wives', daughters
and all, to spetid a tew -days in
visiting and in getting acquainted
with each other, and having an
old-fashioned harvest jubilee
that pays; next, to try and tm
prove the stock in our county.
which we have done and that
pays; and give our good wives
and daughters a chance to show
their skill In fancy work and In
fixing np things for the cuflinary
department, fit to tempt the pal
ates of lordly man, thereby pro
viog they are deserving of be
coming the worthy partners of
tho beet of men and that pays;
or to go back home feeling jolly
and good natured, without a cent
in mine pocket, but fully .deter-,
mined to beat somebody next
time. and that pays. -
But for a very small part of a
man to go and take a grand bull
and allow him as a full-blood and
get beat and then you don't
get pay; or to go intending to
take all the premiums and get
none, and then go home mad
feeling as though your friends
woro on the other Bide, that
won't paj jor to go to a fair belie v
ing that you are the centre of at
traction, and to find others there
more popular than you are that
tua. .Democrat. we have in
Preble County the. best of pas
ture lands; we have as good cows j
for milk as thore is in the State;
wo havo good water ; we have
energetic farms: but we have no
cieese factories, Will some body
explain the reason why. we have
Of the Condition Of the
First National Bankof Ea-
tonO,at Eaton in the State
of Ohio, at the close of
: Business June 13, 1873.
i. . : -.. BKSOUBCK8.
fvrnns and Dtocounia.
U reri runs.....
13. H, Ilonda to seruro t lrculatiou.. 100.000
Other Btoekn. and Bonds . , ., 1(1.7 it st I
lHio horn liedeemlnK nd iU-serve Ageuta, 2,490 Mi I
x.avioiii iitiii itT ; 4 n
. " titito Hanks andBaukrra 4 ...ja7
utner Meat ili&i - a.tiirj .'i
Vumlture and yiztures
Current Expense, .....................loT,U( I
nuia ok Aaiionai aiikb . n,
Fractional Currency and NlckeJ.. l7 Is
HpiTlr. . . Sie iJ
.Irfvra! tender Kottjs.... ; . is 023
Capital Stock paid in
N-utonal Hank Circulation Out3tunilliiK.,....83 110 I
VHICIHH llllMlllr JriMl I
Static bfOitn: cotiii of Fkf.Hi.k.M. 14.
I, C. F. Brmike, Cashier of the Klrst National
Batik of Eaton, do solemlv mvear that tht .hnv
tutemcnt la trite, to the tM-t of my knowledge and
(signca.) 1:. r . lillilUJiE, cusliler.
a n Subacrlbcd and aworn to before me this
bkal i-th day of Jane, W7J.
, ' ' (.-flgnc-.I.) . F. IjAKSII, N. P.
Correct Attest H. B. VANATJ81)AI..-
KAKXET, V Directors. I
Eaton, July 3d. 1873 wl.
Strayed or Stolen!
T71ROM the farm of tlio snbscritier. six
miles south cast of Eaton, about 4
weeks ago, a Block tnare Colt, 2 year
old, one I rout leg crooKea. Any person
returning same to the subscriber will be
July 3, 1S73. w3.
4 plications will be received up to
XX-tne i4tn or July, 1873, for a school
Teacher to teach the Intermediate de
partment of tlie N"ew Paris Schools. By
onier oi ine lioaru.
K. L. SITAFER Clerk.
Katon July, 3, 1S73 3w.
Administrator' 3 Sale of
TX nursuaute of an order eranted bv
JL the Probata Coart of Preble County,
Ohio, I will offer for' sale at Public Auc
On 'luesday, August 2, 1873,
At 1 o'clock. P. M.. upon the premises,
the following described Real Estate, sit
uate in the County of Preble and State
Ohio, to wit:
"All of a certain tract of parcel of
land lvinarantl being in said County aim
State, and being all of the west half of
tue south east quarter or section number
twenty (20) in Township number five
(5) and range three (3) east, containing
EIGHTY-TWO ACKES, more or less."
Appraised at -
' TERMS OF SALE.
One third. cash in hand; one third in .
one year, and one third in two years
from the day of sale with interest. The
deferred payments to be secured by
mortgage on the premises.
Adm'r of Cornelius Vorhis, dee'd.
CAMr-BKtl. & Gilmore, Atty's.
June, 26, 1873. tds. ,
; Sheriff's Sale. ' '
; Case No. 3483. '
Ubula Wyrick vs.' Samuki.' Wtwck.
NOTICE is hereby given that the un
dersigned Sheriff of Preble county,
will by virtue of an order of sale is
sued from tlie Court of Common Pleas
said County, and to him directed, f-
fop sale at ubiic Auction .;, ;
On Saturday, July 5th, 1873.
Between the hours of 2 and 4 o'clock, P.
of said day,' the following goods and J
chatties, taken as the property of Sam'l.'I
Wyrick, to wit: One Jfore nane, one
Jack do; falx Augers, ranging irom i;a
iinch: three Draw Knifes, one pair
Callipers, one ITand Ax, five Pump
Auger bitts and Reeraers, - two' Brace
liitxs, one apoke liorer, seven niseis,
Hand Saw, one Tennct do ; two
Whip do; and many other little traps
tedius to mention. Terms casn.
JOHN TOWNSEND, Sheriff.
Eaton, June 20, 18722 w prff 3,25
Dr. S. X. Bowman
WORK FlltST CLASS AND WABBASTHD,
Eaton, June 26, 1873 6m
SPECIAL BARGAINS !
LADIES SUITS IN KVEHY
TJ A. JLt I 'A Y!
JiGsa than tho prico of making'.
lit the r
New York Store !
They have also commenced their
C LOSING S ALE
GOODS will be marked down in
every .uepartjjknt mat will
greatly surprise all
(Custome r !
Who will call and examine their
we must raise
E TO BE SOLO
Reka r ill ess
JOHNSON & CO.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R.
Passenger Trains will ran on thii Rood,' leaving
the several Station aafollowii
lakes Jffiect Sunday, December, 1,
1872, at 3,00 P. M.
Upward Trains. Downward Trains.
Hail Thais lkavks
Mail, Tain L. avk.
Seven Mile 8.il
Kalon ., .13
New Hope 8.S3
l.4 W. Junction... 9.49
Arr. at Blcbmond .. 8.M
CmcAoo Eire's p.m.
Seven Mile 9.21
Barnet's 9 5
New Hope ; 10.83
l. A W. Junction 10.49
D.AW. Junction. ..,36
New lloiie 6.S4
Colllnsv llle ..7.44
Seven Mile ,..;...:...7.fc
Huiullton , 8.14
Arr. at Cincinnati.. 8.2o
I. AW. Junction 8.40
New Hope 8.00
Colllnsvllle , .M
Seven Mile....." 7.03
P. M .A. M.
Richmond.. 1.....7 40Rlchmond.. 0 00
D. fc W. Junctlon7 30D' tSt W. Junction 1 OH
Westvllle, 7 05 Westvllle, 9 38
Florence. fl AOPlorence .. g W
New Hope 6 23N'ew Hope so
K.-iton mi'tton jo so
BJirnet's ... 5 S3 Barnet's , , - . in m
Camden ...S SSOamden , 11 IS
Wnmci-irllTn, II 04SomervlIle.il SO
Colllnavllle ......4 60Colllngvtlle 11 .M
teven Mile 4 33Seven v- i i 08
Hamilton .... 00Hamllton... .13 So
Cincinnati. , canelnnaU,. 1 40
Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis
PAN-HANDLiE ROUTE. '.
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION.
OCTOBEB 27th, 1872. :
OOltO N O B T H.
I No. 6. No. 10
7.00 a. ui. I 8 .00 d. m
.00 1. m.
10.47 a. m.
11.40 a. m.
12-40 p. xn.
2 30 p. m.
T.JM p. m.
vs.ib a. m.
1.18 a, m
2.4g a. nu
AMI a. hu
TJti a. m
8,46 a. m
O O INft SOUTH..
No. 1. lVo g.
8.30 p. m. 8.S0 tu in,
0.M D. m.
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1-t0 D. Ill,
I-Ofraii sport .
1.40 a. m.
3.18 m. m.
4.17 a. m,
4.47 a. m.
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4.12 D. Ml
New Cas 1 1 ..,
Ctnclunntl , -
No. 8arrlvesRt4.lpTJrii.At a.5.lP. M.. rsi Tn. i
at 6.10 A. M. No. 10 leaves Oil I capo Teflyt exo4tA
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
Columbus and Indianapolis Division.
I Mo. i. Ko. . No. 10,
mter, f 8.3s a.
m. l.SS a. m.
o.oo a. m
6.48 D. ai
-io a. m.
10.54 a. m,
11.43 p. m.
U.48 p. m.
M0 p. m.
1.-S p. m.
3.02 p. m.
3.40 p. m.
8.65 p. m.
fjobana. . I 3.U a. tu.
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4.23 a. au
K-a p. ui.
.20 j.. u.
9.5S p. m.
11.06 D. BV
S.0 a. m.
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11.48 a. m.
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10.00 a. m. 5.55 p, m.
jZO l. III.
1S.87 a. m
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4.30 a. m. I 7.00 a. m. I 7.00 p.
6.48 a. m. I 8.39 a. m I 8.M p.
cut a. m. I .! a, m. I A. 20 p.
7,15 a. m. 1 9.55 a. m. j 10,03 p. m
8.1S a. m. 11.0 a. m. 1 11. 10 p. m.
8.U a. m. 1 11.45 a, m. 1 11.50 p. m.
0.17 a. ui. I 12.13 D. m. I 13.12 n. m.
TTrbana, ... I 10.3a. ni. ) l.K p. m. I 1.10 p. ni.
Mllford. Ceu't 1 10.M a. m. I 2. A u. m. I l.ul a. in.
Oolnrabiis,. 1 12.:m a. m. I S.30 p. m. I 3.10 a. m
-lttliun, a, 1. p. m. 1 11.10 p m. iim ni.
Noa:tand7 ran Dally: All other Trains Ilall-.
jr. a utr
Gen. Pan A Ticket Ag't
January 3d.-1872-ly; T.
CARPETINiS, &c. ,
VanAusdal & Harznan.
23 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
If ay ton, Ohio.
. O. ' .'r
We are now receivine direct frwii
Factories large invoices of Englishand
American ; - .. ..
0--EtE?EITI-l-TC3-S . .
-KeweBt designs 1st
'. " ' ., Axminster, ;
Body BmaeelB, .
- Tapestry Braasels'
'With Border" Star to matclui,
New and Handsome Patterns in
Three Fly, :
Ex. Supjr ' '
Medeani ; l
New Priced ; : - :.
Venetian, Wool, Dutch, r "
Bag & Hemp, '
FloorOil Cktba,ll widths. ' . '
Bags, Mats & Hassocks. "
Cplr t Canton Matttnirs. ... .
Au Elegant Stock of '
Table Linens, Towels, Napkins,
Doylies, -be. dtc,
mw Wblch we retail at yvholesale Pricey. Jem
ISlegant Lace Curtains, '
Nottingham, X-unbregatns made'to order.
Walnut & Gilt window Cornices, .
Window Shades In great Variety.
- Iilnen & Cotton Sheetings.
Quilts, Kmbrod'd Piano Covers,
White Colored Carpet Matts,
Cotton Varna and Batting.
ar- Special attention Is called to onr large stock
New Style Stamped and Bronze Tints,
20 and 40 1 nch Tints,
French, Satin and Common,
Now and Elegant Decorative Paper Hangings,
tiUt Mouldings put np in ew ana original
designs, by experienced workmen,
syour stock will alwavs be found large and
complete In every department. Prices comparing
lavoraoiy witn any in me weak e coruiatiy in
vite an inspection of onr stock.
Van Ausdal & Herman,
23 South Main St., (Opp. Market IlotiBe.Sayion.O
llarch 13, l73.-ml.
"Is a three-spring wagon Intended fo
general purposes, where a - light wagon
required. It makes very neat
Is suitable for both farmers and groce.
and excels as a '
SEWING MACHINE WA002T,
Being lighter than the ordinary kind,
and ia made of the best quality of mater
ial throughout and .
All the principal earrlage makers keep
them. Send for descriptive catalogue to
the manufacturers. Jr-1
S. N. BU0W1T, Dayton, 0.1
Feb 8, ..18 : .
IN EATON. .
Boner & 'Z-Iyler
IX, JUST OPENED A TVIA7 AND w'
Selected Stock of
Nails ' '
Carpenters Tools, &c.
.. which they have purchased
Directly from the Manufacturer,
and now ofler
Special Inducements !
iu that llsie.
tW They have also added largely t
their stock of "
Q u e e n sua re!!
And laim to have the largest and bcttt
supply ever kept In one house in Eaton,
and invite the trading public to
Give tli cm a Call t
before purchasing eltewliere.
BOIVEK & 3IYLEB.
May 9, 1872 tf.
' WHOLESALE -
A N D RETAIL DEALER
. ... . . IS
ingliesfprlce in cash or trade, paid for all
Country ! Produce.
Eaton, Kov. il,8l -t.au
BKXJ. HUH1IAUI). . I. K. -UU-N.
- Attorneys & Counselors at Law.
WILL attend promptly to all busi
ness entrusted to their care, in the
various courts of this State. Office in
Marsh & Lockvrood building:. 2d story
Main Street,' Eaton. O. ' Jau-17-yl-tf
BOOTS & SHOES.
'Baron. Street, Js.atoiu Ohio,
Keeps constanlTy on hand a full stock of all kinds
... . stylelof 1
BOOTS & SHOES,
He w rrants all his work to be lust what he re
commends It, and sells aa low asany shop iu town-.
ArReia1rfne done on short notlre..nd custom.
made work of every description, always on ban
sale cheap. .... ,
April IB, 1B73 yrl. '- - - r - '
dumber ! -. Jjumber!
ECSnTSOII CHAMEZHS & CO. . .
KEEP far sale at LOW EST HAKKET PEICE3
PINB, POPU1.AK and 'ASH Ploarlng, Dressed
Pine and Popular Sldelng. Dressed . Ash Plna a
POPLAR FIIOSHINO LUMBER, , ,..
MOULDINGS, SHIXOI.E8, LATH,
8TALBBALLUUTEBS, NEAVKt, r08TS,C
Are also prepared to furnish ' -
TXORH, WINDOW PRAM1W, 8AfH PANEL,
Batten Doors and to SAW up, MOULD OR
TURN LliMBEll to order. We Intend toaiakp It
the Interest of those needing anything In our
Una to deal with ns. .
HIQfiEfiT MARKKT PRICE PAID FOR DHT
ir,TT , a avi, a arr t.ittmpw -
; . EOBIXSOX, CHAMBERS & CO
E-ton. April 1, 1X7S. tf ,
P. COOK. -: i I - , J. P. M1L1.HB. .
EAST MAIN STREET, r
Eaton, Preble. County, O.
' '" nov.15, IRTS-tf. '
' 1 . ' ' I I I
: JOHN B. KLAINK,
'. - . - : Dkalkr In ' '
, -.'1. ' ! : - ' ' ' -
",; Op all kixi8. '':
C"lCast Main Street, Eaton, Ohio. .
Dec. 10, 1872-yl. .
Bly tbe Bro's,
HOUSE & SiGN PAINTERS,
GEAIITELS AITS GLAISEES,
Donahoe - BulldLlg. np Stairs,
Main Street, t-atpn, Ohio.
W. C. NELSON,
na Sell all kinds ol property at Auction,
on cuarnnu-ed in all cases.
Feb. r0.17;-t W. C. KELSON. .
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