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EATOH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT,
The Central Committee have ap
pointed the following persons as Del
egates to the Senatorial Convention,
which meets at Jounsyili.e, on the
17th iu.it., ; to uomiuatc a Senator for
Montgomery and Preble ; .counties
Judge Giliuore, Abner Dunlap, Jona
than Switzer. llonry Shideler and
J. H. FOOS, Chairman.
L. G. GOULD, Sec'y.
The Salary Grabbers and Credit Mobiliers
Saturday last was the appointed
day for the Convention of Cirautit??
to convene for the purpose of endors
ing, the candidates selected by the
"King." At lO.fa o'clock -sharp, the
Websterinn. lwad of the editor of the
'Independent," and now candidate
for Prosecuting Attorney, . loomed
through the upper window of the
Court : II ou?e, ami in n voice which
was a cross bet worn the bellow of an
Alligator and a patent'liuug cutter,
ho announced that the hour of -.neet-
iug had arrived, that the Circus would
not be along until 12 o'clock, and that
-the faithful crowded on the portico
- and paveinent,should come up. Nary
a Grant . worshipper nioed. .The
Court' House bell was gently tolled,
and still they came not. But Fore
paugh and his monkeys did come, and
- the almoin ted thought them superior
to those up stairs. After the Circus
passed, the intellectual phiz, of liobt.
the Columbian orator, was seen at the
window, and with heart full of solici
tude for the fate of his distinguished
brother Jo-eph, and a voice trembling
with emotion, he announced that the
small show had passed neyei'morc to
return, and the great feliow would
now commence, and the glorious 168
were to come up stairs. : The 168 did
not go up much.' The Ring consult
ed, and straightway one of the heads
rushed frantically across the street
and presently appeared with Boner's
pea-nut roaster, and thusly the 168
patriots 'were seduced up stairs.
-Order reigned iu Warsaw," and the
liing aud the 168 munched pea-nuts
and every thing ; was lovely; Tho
meeting was then called to order by
electing Dr. Saylor as Chairman, aud
J. G. Oir, as Secretary, and adjourn
ed for 'lunch," pea-iiuts not being
considered a healthy diet for those
from the .'.'rural" townships.
, About lJi o'clock,' the Cui t House
bell again tolled for the 168 delegates,
and they straggled in. : : The commits
tees rejortcd, and everything seemed
serene aud beautiful until a resolution
' was offered for adoption, instructing
the 168 delegates to drop, after each
ballot, the lowest name voted for,
until a nomination was made. This
resolution was not satisfactory to all
168 delegates, and it was adopted and
re-considered eight times, and finally
lepras reported. ; During the pending
of One. of the eight "re-considers,"
Hon. David Barnct took.the floor,and
endeavored to explain why the plan
of dropping the lowest after each bal
lot should be adopted in that Conven
vention. lie said: "the doings of
the Republican Conventions in this
couuty were iu bad "repute, and the
people refused to indorse their actions
at the ballot box. Incompetent and
unpopular men had been thrust upon
the voters, and he wanted to avoid
that if he could. He himself, had re
fused to go before a Convention, and
the people elected him over the Con
vention nominee." -Here one of the
168 delegates arose to his feet much
agitated and called for the "question,"
'question l" Another of the 168 was
heard to remark : "Yes, G d him,
we know how he got in, withont his
telling it here I" Mr. B. stated that if
there was one of the 168 that did not
want to hear him through, aud wculd
rise and make it known, he would
stop. He was permitted, however, to
finish his remarks, but they had no
effect on the previous vote, for the re
solution as first ' reported and adopt
ed, then reconsidered for eight times,
' was again voted "hnuky," aud the
business of announciug candidates
proceeded. ' The Hon. JosephMiller
was announced for Representative,
but with a proud aud -defiant step
came forward, and in a sad and motirn-
- ful- harangue"- refused to allow his
name to be used by the 163 delegates,
a, a candidate for Representative.
Tin sad.- " ' . .
Memories fond, and memories fonder,
Crowd upon us as we. ponder,
., Ponder o'er his virtues many,
.And his vices few, if any. -
Such a darling, such a jewel!
' Thus to leave us,.Ot how cruel?
24 one is left us, none so brilliant ;
Farewell Josey t Farewell Josey!
As the Ticket was "cut and dried"
for the Convention, but little time was
consumed in finishing the business
and adjourning. Here it is :
Representative A. Stiver, Esq.
;. Treasurer F. .TV. Whiteside.
: Auditor Win. I.. Barnhiser. ' " "
; -Prosecuting Attorney I.. E. Freeman.
i' County. Ommissioner J. Campbell
Infirmary Director J. L. Quinn.
In the first place, this Convention
. was not legal, and as heretofore, in
. the election of delegates for a County
Couventiou, the polls in each town
ship were rnanued by the old politi
cal hacks, who have been running our
political machinery for the last twenty-five
years, and who had this Con
vention called without consulting any
body but themselves. By these old
stagers, delegates were elected, aud
these selections are said to represent
the people, when the fact of the mat
ter is that not over osk texth of the
Republicans participated iu the elec
tion ! In Washington township only
seventy-one votes were polled, and
we learn that in .nost of the "rural"
townships, not as many were polled
as there were delegates sent to the
Convention I And these are the "pro
fessed" representatives of the people,
Avho met on Saturday last and put
out this ticket claiming it to be the
choice of a majority of the voters of
their party ! A portion of the ticket
is uuexceptiouaole, but the Republi
cans were no', represented in the con
vention, aud we don't believe they
will abide by the dictates of such a
corrupt and illegal body. The whole
thing was a farce, and not being legal,
nobody is bound by its actions.
i paw was a success hi Eaton.
Howe's Circus is said to be the best
We are uow ready for the WOOD
promised us on subscription.
Six of the Modocs are to be hung
on' the 3d of October. .
Every Republican , Convention has
indorsed the salary. grab.
How's Circus and Menagerie is said
to be the best.
Fall house cleaning will soon begin.
Look out for some lively scrub cases.
What a lucky thing it was for 4 paw
to have his show on the same day that
the Ring had their Convention! .
It is estimated that about six thous
and persons attended the show on
Is there any differeuco intellectual
ly, between A. Stiver and J. Miller?
uswers requested immediately. -The
grasshopper twist is said to
have originated " from a gentle form
of stomach ache.
It will soon bo cool enough to carry
butter on a plate, instead of in a little
Farmers don't forget o'ur County
Fair! - It is the intention to make it
the best ever held in the county.
Gov. Noyes speaks in Eaton this
(Wednesday) afternoon, and we hope
he will explain his "salary grab" from
the people of Hamilton county.' -
Eaton candidates are not popular
in the Ring Conventions any more.
The "rural townships" are furnishing
the timber for our Couuty offices now.
It is said that the negro belongs to
the Republican party in Ohio. Down
"Souf" the Republican patfy belongs
to the negro. ;
Old "early piety" Morton is being
carted around Ohio talking "morals"
to his followers. . He is a specimen of
the "morality" he preaches.
The Radical Ring Convention of
Saturday last endorsed the salary
grab, by re-affirming their confidence
in Grant, who is the biggest thief
among all the grabbers.
We understand that our public
schools opened with greater attend
ance than ever before.- The rising
generation is determined to have an
education. That is korrect.
Neither the Cincinnati Gazette or
Commercial, have denied the charge
of the Enquirer, of Gov. Noyes being
"salary grabber." The reason is
that it is true.
A Stiver represented this county
once, and if he done anything beyond
voting" with his party and drawing
his salary, we should be pleased to
know what it was. .
A late novelty in feminine dress is
ribbon two inches wide crossed on
tho back like a gentleman's suspend
ers and having the ends cut short and
If Gov. Noyes did grab $1,294 50
from the people of Hamilton county,
for a Report requiring three days la
bor, he can tell the people of this
county why he done it.
The young woman of the period
when fully attired now, has hanging
from her belt a twenty-inch fan, a
smelling , bottle, and an umbrella at
least some have still more.
It is a little curious that while all
men hope to get to heaven, yet when
called upou to decide whether they
will lay up treasure above or here on
earth, they invariably prefer having
Joseph Miller wasn't a candidate
before the Radi cal farce of Saturday
last. He fore saw that the old stagers
had the trap set on him and he wisely
declined being slaughtered. Bravo 1
Bravo ! Joseph.
The very ticket nominated by the
grabbers Convention on Saturday last,
was exhibited on the streets of Eaton,
by a Republican, previous to the
meeting of the Convention! That
shows how well the thing was ar
ranged. Absolem Stiver is an anti-Conven
tion man, and was not in favor of the
one held last Saturday, and was not
even at it. His objection is because
the people do not get their choice of
candidates. Query, Absolem. Do
you believe you are the choice of a
majority of the voters of your party,
as their nominee ?
The following additional sales were
printed at the "Democrat" office since
our last issue :
Abraham Smith, at his residence, 2
miles west of West Alexandria, on
the farm of P. F. Shields, on Wednes
day, September 24.
Clinton Shurley, Administrator of
George Baker, dee'd., on the premises
1 mile east of Eldorado, on Saturday,
G. R. LiOCKWOOD, is now the Land
lord of the Doty House, and all who
want cheap fare and good accommo
dations will get them by stopping
A western paper says that Moxa
Morton stands better than he did a
few years ago. He never did stand
much to speak of, but he can lie like
It is reported at places where liow's
Circus has exhibited, that a large gang
of pick-pockets arc following the
show. We should warn our readers
against carrying much money in their
pockets on that day if they attend
"A Visitor to Jerome Park," is in
formed that we don't publish articles
simply signed a "Scbscimbeh." It is
uow in the waste basket. I! he is t.
subscriber he ought to know that is
the fate of all such communications.
For about twenty years Preble
County has not been heard of in the
lower house of our Legislature, and
now another fossil is dug up aud of
fered to sit up there and draw his pay
for doing nothing.
The object of the Radical Conven
tion on Saturday last, .was simply th:it
a few men might select such candi
dates as suited them. Docs any sane
man believe that if a Representative
had been chosen by a vote of the peo
ple, that Absolem Stiver would h ive
been the man ?
The labors of the grabbers Conven-
vention on Saturday last, are not very
satisfactory. One portion arc very
much dissatisfied at the choice for
Representative, another at tho selec
tion . for Prosecutorship. Several
townships to hear from yet.
ms t m i
Senatos Moutox, iu his late speech
at Athens, O., tauntsthe Democratic
party with not having any opinion on
tho finances. The truth is the Repub
lican party has been in power so long
that there ai: not finances cuough to
have any particular opinion about.
The candidate for the Prosecutor-
ship accepted the nomination of the
grabbers Convention very reluctant
ly. He- was beaten two years . ago
for the same position, and didn't think
he could run anv better now. How
ever, he was willing to offer himself
as a sacrifice, if nobody else would.
He is oflercd !
We understand our P. M. intends
hereafter, in order to expedite busi
ness, to arrange the delivery of mail
thusly: The first hour and half after
the arrival of each mail will be devo
ted to children, young Misses and
"dead beats," who crowd the office at
the opening of . every mail, and never
get anything. After ihat, business
men will be served.
The "grasshopper twist" is now the
proper thing in fashion circles. It is
a little variation on the Grecian bend,
that was a forward this a backward
bend, with the elbows placed at right
angles with the sides, in a similar
fashion to the jumper of a grasshop
per when at ease. It is supposed the
mouth is to be worn open, though tins
has not been announced yet. We
understand several Eaton ladies have
sent to Iowa for live grasshoppers, iu
order to perfect themselves in the
Patsy McIntire, living somewhere
in Pennsylvania, will find it to his
advantage by addressing SARAH
McLNTIRE, at Eaton, Preble" Co., O.
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Mary Lee's Dream, a story for teachers; Over
training; Curiosities of Abstinence; Local Option,
or Tbe Temperance Experiment at Vinelaiid; Dr.
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and recalling H. V. Osborne (Tenoroon) as editor
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Newburgh, N. V
NOTICE is hereby given to tho qual
ified electors of Preble coMity, O.,
that the next annual election for State
aud County Ollicers will be holden ac
cording to law, at the usual places of
holding elections, on the 2d TUESDAY
OF OCTOBER, 1873, being the 1-tth
day of said mouth, at which time and
place the Qualified electors will vote
For 1 person for Governor of the State,
Att y venerai
" " " Treasurer of- " "
" " " Comptroller " "
" " " Member Board of Pub
" " State Senater for the 3d Senator
ial District, composed of the counties of
Moutsonierv and Preble.
For one person for Representative of
For 1 person lor Auditor of Preble Co.
" ' " Treasurer " " "
. . p, os. Att'y " " "
" " " " Commissioner " "
. " " " " Infirmary Director '.'
'j he Trustees of the several Tow nships
are harehy notified to select their appor
tionments ot Jurors and return the
same to the Clerk of the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Preble county, with the
Poll Bdks of said election, to-wit: Is
rael, 9; Dixon, 6; Jackson, 7; Jeffer
son, 11; Soiners, 12; Gasper, 4; Wash
ington, 2:2; Monroe, 9; Gratis, 13; Lan
ier, 9; Twin, 12; Harrison, 10.
Au Act, regulating the elections of
btate and County ofiicers passed May
3.1,1852, provides that at the elections
to be holden under said act, the Polls
shall be opened between the hours of fi
an.l 10 o'clock A. M., aud closed at G
o'clock P. M. of ?aid day.
Given under my hand, this 10th day
of Sept. A. D. isf3.
Sheriff of Preble Co., O
E iton, Srtpf. 11 1S73 lw.
ppliaiiiioti for Pardon.
NOTICE is hereby given that on or
after the 15th day of October, 1873,
an application will be made to the Gov
ernor of Ohio for the pardon of Peter
Swain, now in confinement in the Ohio
State Penitentiary, for the crime of
Grand Larceny, of which lie was con
victed at the June term, 187:1, .of the
Court of Common Pleas, of Preble coun
ty, Ohio, and upon which conviction he
was setenced to imprisonment in the
Penitentiary at hard labor for the term
of cue year from July 14th, 1873.
JAMES A. GILMORE,
Att'y for Peter Swain.
Sept. 11 1S73 v3 prf $2,75
S II K RIFF'S -SALE. THIS STATE
of Ohio, Preble County, ss. Pursu
ant to the command of au order of sale
from the Court of Common Pleas, and
:o me directed, I will otter at Public Sa.e,
at the door of the Court House, in E iton,
SATURDAY, October 18, 1S73, between
the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P. M. the
following described Real Estate, situat
ed iu the county of Preble and Stat... of
Ohio, "o wit: It being a part of the
south east quarter of section number live
(5) iu township number nine (9) of
range two (2) east in the township and
county aforesaid, and commencing at
the south west corner of said south east
quarter; thence north-on the quarter
section line KO rods to John Q. Juday's
south west corner; thence east on said
Juday's south line to a stone 12 rods;
thence south parallel with the se f.on
line 33 rods and 5 feet to a stone ; thence
west U feet ami G inches ; thence west of
south 47 rods to a stone on the section
line some 9 rods east of the s-outh west
corner of said south east quarter; thence
west on the section Sine to tho placer of
beginning; except one acre heretofore
deeded by John M. Samuels and wife to
Catharine Shaw ; said excepted one acre
is twenty rods long north and south and
eight rods east and west and taken out
of the south west corner of said south
east quarter. The laud intended to bo
conveyed herein amounts to about four
and one half actea be the same more or
less. Appraised at $
To be sold by order of Court in case
wherein John M.Samuels is plaintiff,
and John G. Colvin defendant. ' . :
Case No. 2378.
jOIIX TOWXSEND, Sheriff.
Campbell & Gii.moke, Atty's.
September 11, 1873. prfs. $9,90
SHERIFF'S 8ALE.-TIIE STATU OF OHIO.
I'reble County, ss. Pursuant to the command
of an order of sale from tlie 'onrt of Oo'r.mon
1'leas, and to me directed, I will oifer at Public
Siie. at tap dior of the Court Hou, in Katou, oil
SATURDAY, September SI, A. P. 1S73, between
the hour of 1 aud 4 o'clock P. M., the fullow-ing described
Real Estate, .to-wit: Lot number sixty. (so)
hs known and desisilHted on the Town Plat oflhe
Town of West Alexandria, iu said comity of Pre
Appru.se 1 at 8J0O.
To be sold by order of Conrt, in the case wherrin
James (.'itmp!ell is plaintiff, and Tobias Kolken
stniu and otiiera are deiendan ts. Case No. 3318,
Terms cosu on uav oi sme.
JOHN TOWXSESD, Sheriff.
CAHTBELL A GlLMOfcB, Att'ys.
August J1.1ST3 tds. lrf.S!,oU
QIIEEIFF'h SALE. THE STATE
JO of Ohio, Preble County, ss. Pursu
ant to the command of an order of sale
from the Court of Common Pleas, and to
me directed, I will olfer at Public Sale,
at the Court House, m haton, on SAT
URDAY, September 27, A. X). 1S73, be
tween the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P. M.
the following described Real Estate, to
wn: ueiiiar a part ot the Aortn-east
quarter of section number six, inTown
ship number six, of range three, East;
eoniaiuing eighteen acres, more or less;
and also ten acres, more or less, out of
the -Iorth-west quarter ot section num
ber live, in township six, of range three,
ast; and bounded and described as fol
lows : On the East by Peter Rough's
line, on the Xorth and West by Samuel
Kslers (now Jonathan Cottermon's)
line, and on the South by Joseph Dill
man's line. The two tracts containing
in the aggregate twenty-eight acres of
laud, be the same more or less.
To be sold by order of Court in case
wherein Jonathan Cotterman is plaintiff,
and Manassa xoung and others are de
fendants. Case No. 3315.
Terms cash on day of sale.
JOHN TOWXSEND, Sheriff.
A. Haines, Att'y.
August 21 1873-tds. prf $7 30.
O HERIFF'S SALE. STATE OF
IO Ohio, Preble countv, ss. Pursu
ant to the command of an order of
sale from the Probate Court, and to
ine directed, I will offer at Public
Sale, at the door of the Court House,
m U-aton, on oATUliUAY, October
4th, 1873, between the hours of 1 and
4 o'clock, P. M., the following de
scribed Heal Estate, situated in Som
ers township, Preble couuty, Ohio, and
Dounaeu ana described as lollows. to
wit : Being the undivided one-fourth
part of the South half of the North
west quarter -of sectioa number 21,
j 1.:.. .
luwnsuip o, range 2 east,.
Appraised at $750,00.
To be sold by order of Court, in
case wherein Louisa Pearson and oth
ers are plaintiffs, and Francis Doty
ana joiui n. zammermau, Adminis
trators of John B. Zimmerman de
ceased, are defendants.
Terms cash on dav of sale.
JOUX TOWN SEND, Sheriff.
August 28, 1873 tds. prf. $5.50.
SHERIFF'S SALE. THE STATE
of Ohio, Preble couuty, ss. Pursu
ant to an order of sale in partition, from
the Court of Common Pleas, and to me
direct ed I will oiler nt Public S ilo,-at
the door ot the Court House, in Eaton,
in said couuty, on SATURDAY, Octo
ber 4th, A. 1). lS7!i, between the hours
of 1 and 4 o'clock P. JI., the following
described real estate, to wit: Re'.ng In
let number i'orty-thee, (13) in the town
of Eaton, Preble county, Ohio, as known
and numbered on the original pjat oj
Anoraised at Sl,300.
To be sold by order of Court, in ease
wherein Thomas J. Noe is phiiutiif, and
Charles F. Brown and others are de
fendants. Case Xo. 3357.
TERMS One-third cash on ihiy of j
sale, one-third in one year, and one
third in two years, with interest. The
deferred payments to be secured by
mortgage on the premises.
JOHN' TOWNSEXD, Sheriff.
Mu.Liiit & IIakhis Att'ys.
August iS, 1873, tds." prf. 5,7o.
James Ramsey's Estate.
TVTOnCE is hereby given that 1 he
11 undersigned have been duly a;-
. : . . i l i . 1 .1 . '
puiuicu anil qu'ituueu vuiuimii .1101.
with the will annexed or James l.ain-
soy, late of i'reble county Ohio, dee'd.
JAMES RAMSEY. Jr.
Foos & FisiiEK, Att'ys.
Sept. 4, 1873 3w. prf $',7-j.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
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1872, G,00 P. M.
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RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION
OCTOUKK 27lh, 1872.
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6,80 p. m.
- 9.20 d. ni.
J.a Crosse, -
I s.F.b p. m,
13.45 a. ni.
1.40 a. m.
3.1K a. m.
4.17 a. m.
4.47 a. m.
Ji-SS a. in.
8,35 a. xu.
A ndorson ..,
I latrerst own,
No. 8 arrives State Tj'ne at n.55 P. M., and N"o. 1 fl
at 6.15 A.. M. N'o. 10 leaves liirhmond ln!iv. ex
cept Sunday1, and IjO?:inspirt for Chlcatro Imily,
"o a leaves jj&iiy except naiiiruuy nun ouinmj.
Xo. 1 will leave Chicago Daily, except Saturday.
Aliotner Trains rtnrt naiiy, exepei ammay.
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
Columbus and Indianapolis Division.
I Xo. 6. I No. 10,
2.00 p. m.
9.50 a. m.
10. ;n a. in,
11. p. in.
l,3'i p. m.
3.02 p. m.
3.10 p. m.
4.2B ,i. in.
9.00 a. m
5.45 p. m
6.55 p. 111.
7.40 n. in.
Coin nib as
l.uo a. m.
2.22 a. ni.
3.12 a. m.
4.23 a. in.
5. 00. a. in.
.'..30 a. ni.
6.3l a. m.
8. 15 p. 111.
I 9,20 p. in.
( p. ni.
1 11.05 p. in
I 11.48 a. m.
1 12.7 a. m
I 2.10 a. m.
7.35 a. in
8-29a. m. I
10.00 a. m.
5.55 p, m.
Irnlianupolis... I 4.30 n. m. I i
Knitflitstown,. I a. m. I 8
CanibridBe I . a. m. I 9
Ulchrann.l I 7.K. a. m. I .:
Orei-nville I S.1.1 a. m. I 11
m. 7.00 p. m
m t 8.2 '. p. ni.
m. I 9.20 p. in
in. 1 10,05 p. in.
ni. I 11.10 ii. m.
m. I 11. -o p. m.
m. I 13.12 p. m.
m. I l.lo p.-in.
m. 1..2 a. ni.
ra. 1 3.10 a. m.
m. 1 11.50 ni.
Rradford Jun, I 8."'5 a. ni. I li.
riqui I 9.17 a. m. I 12.
ITrbnna I lO.lna. ni. I I
Milforrt. On't I 10. ..0 a. m. I 2
l-olumhns I 12.:P1 a. in. I 3.
Pittshnffh 8.15 p. m. I 11
Nos; 2 and 7 run Dally: All other Trains Daily,
Gen. Pui & Ticket Agt.
January 3d,-lS7-ly; Jj
JOHN LANDER !
AND RETAIL DEALER
COM M ER cYa L BLOCK,
Ie Highest price in cash or trade, paid for all
C ouati y FrocLu.ce.
Eaton, Nor. St,8i:-(mos
P. COOK. J- D. M1LI-1-1!
EAST MAIN STREET,
Eaton, Preble County, O,
MERCHANTS TAILOR !!
Filbert's New Building.
Cor Main & Cherry Sts., Eaton, O
SPRING OF 1873
ORRIS O TUMI'S.
AVE OAV A FULL STOCK OF
Spring & Summer Clothing
Which I willsjlial prices to suit the times
GENTS' FURXISniXG GOODS, &C.
To which I invite the attention of my oid;custom-ei-sund
tbe public in gt-nerul. Thanklul
fur tin-liberal patronase liere
titli.ie rt.-celvcd. I desire to
aovtliat for the Spring
of 187:1. 1 will
SELL CLOTHING CUEAPEU
than ever before offered in this mark
er, and invite the people to c til and
examine my stoekand learn n.yprices.
JJemember the old stand, tvhere the
Best and Cheapest Clothing in Eatou
is always sold for Small Profits and
Opposite Jail, No. 10, Main Street.
Eaton, May 8, 1873, Iy. "
FtKwiJL 1 GROCJSIlIJtiff
IiiAite attention to their tock of fam
ily ghockkies and rKODTJCE, of -whieh
they keep a full and complete stock at
their old stand on'
Riaron Street Eaton, O.
We flatter ourselves that we can sell
as low as any other house in town, and
will keep always on hand the best brand3
PROVISIONS, VEGETABLES, ALMONDS
HAMS, SHOULDERS, .
FAMILY FLOUR, CORN MEAL, fc RICE feO
Salt by tlie Barrel.
The patronage of the public is solicited-.
Jan II. 1872 J l.
lew Firm !!
RESSLER'S GLD S TAND.
K ester & Lange,
They would cal! the attention of t re!r frleuds and
the public generally to exeralue their
Of Carriages, Buggies &c.
Before purchasing elsewhere.
Special attention paid to Bepairing.
Ill Worte Wttrrcmtedm-
As tinier are hwl we are now selling at very
reduced prions. Old Bu-jtcies exchanged for new
ones, or uew (tu-sexcluinsed for old.
J6r GIVE US A CALL. -ST
Ijumber! Jstember !
To Tho Public.
EOEINSON CHAMBERS & CO.
KEEP for sale Ht LOW EST MARKET PRICES
PINE, POPULAR and ASK Flouring, Dressed
Pine and Popular SiduiiiK, Drtsaod AsU Title and
POPLAR FINISHING LUMBER.
MOULDINGS, SHINGLES, LATH,
STAIR I5ALLUSTERS, NEWEL POSTS, Ac
Are also prepared to furnish
DOORS, WISl)OW.FRAME8,S.lSH PANEL,
and Rattan Dors and to SAW up, MOULD OR
TURN LUMBER to order. We inli-nd to make it
to the interest of. llio-se needing anything in out
line to deal with ns.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR BR"?
POPLAR AND AMI I.i'JIBMI.
KOB1NSOX, C11A51BKKS & CO
Eaton. April l,187i. tr
Keeps constantly on hand a No. 1 quality of
Canities, Jnts V Itai&ins,
ALSO A Genuins article ot pure
For Medici I Purposes only; at his Haloou, one
door Emit oI'Conimerci;;l Block.
July 10, 1C73 1 f
. GEAIIIESS AND GLAISEES,
Donahoe's IJi'.ildipp, u;, Stair.
Main Street, Laton, Ohio.
Micliael &L Sons,
Dfuggists Sl Booksellers!
(Op)slle Court Honse.) EATON. O,
iVb. so, is73-tr.
It R ft. AT
general jmrpoft-'s, where a nnt wugou
is requiietl. It niukts a very rc:;t
Is suituljle for both farmers ami grocc.
and excels as a
SEWING MACH1MB WAGON, .
Being lighter than tlie? ordinary kind,
and is made of the oest quality of mater
ial throughout and
All the principal carriage makers keep
them. . Send for descriptive catalogue to
S. IT. 3E077I?r Daytcn, 0.
Feb 8, ..18 .
February 27, 1873. .
New Hardware House
Baner & Myler,
HAVE JUST OPENED A FULL AND WELL
Selected Stock of
Carpenters Tools, &c.
which they have purchased
Directly from the Manufacturers,
and Importers. ;
aud uow offer
Special Inducements I
- in that line.
t3T Thev have also added largely t&
their stock;of . .
And elaim to have the largest and best
supply ever kept in one house in. Eaton,
and invite the trading public to '
Give them a. Call 1
before purchasing elsewhere.
BONER & MYLER.
May 9, 1872 tf.
Cigars & Tobacco
FINE CUT & FIiTTG
- - . ' AND
Cigar Holders, lv.
Opposite Oourt Ilutise, Ma!n St., Eaton, Olilo.
Fell. S7, lKTS.-lf.
I. ri. W3LSH,
x as r.r J ST.
OFFICE at Residence, On
N. Barron St. side.
Especial attention given to filling teeth.
'Laughing" Gas administered, when
practicable in extracting Teeth.
May 1, 1873 tf.
Us?. 3B Bowman,
VOI1K. l'lllSTCI.ASS.ASD WA11K ASTItli.
Eaton, June 2ff, 1873 6m
BE.W. llUHUAItD. 1. E. Fit KK M KN
Attorneys Si Counselors at Law.
II J ILL attend promptly to all hns-t-VV.
ness entrusted to their care, in the
various courts of this State. Office' in
March & Lock wood building, 2d ptciy'
Main Street, Eiiton, . Jan-JT-J l-U'
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