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l'ov. 25, 1875,
... Thanksgiving. , -
Banks are closed. - .
Churches are open. - ; " v'
. Money is too plenty. ...
Sausages are ripe.
Fit Turkeys are in dcm'nnd.
Remember the poor Printer.
Ottawa has a female barber.
To keep cider sweet drink it.
Female cloaks are cut very long.
Spare ribs are ready to be picked.
Court commences on Monday next.
. There will be a grand Masquerade
Ball at the City Hall, on the 30th. Go.
Buckwheat cakes and sausage make
a good breakfast. Try them.
No potato bugs no mosquitoes
no fleas and not happy.
Hot drinks are now ripe and the
dew is off the rye.
The squeak of the new winter boot
is now heard on the sidewalk, -r
Iudiaus, dogs and national bonds
are not taxed. -
So the people prefer soup houses to
Tan bark bedding for horses, cures
. the epizootic. ......
The trees are now leafless aud their
trunks are ready to be checked through
Look up your Insurance Policies
aud see that everything is put in or-
.1.. " rrliA EDPicrtn 4Vr firfi hna Arri VPil-
UVI. .Ub - '
Ladies fall hats are now ripe, and a
- good many of them hare already been
Just think of it, re litlle folks
only four weeks from nest Saturday
nnlil Christinas! ., .. , ,
To cure h aseiicsa use the while of
an egg, thoroughly beaten and mixed
witli lemon juice and sugar.
Now we have the champion cracker
cater Homer Lnrsh he cat seven in
a minute. Beat it. ""
The running time of our trains have
heen materially changed, and if you
don't want to be left, consult the
The hard times does not seem to af
fect the matrimonial market in the
least. The boys and girls marry all
What will the girls, who wear pin
hacks, do in slippery weather? Just
think of a slip, a fall, a tear, a oh I
The lady who has a se of furs of
Inst year's alyle should be happy, as
there is no change in the style this
Some folks when they enter the
ofBce of a newspaper, whistle as if
they were iu the middle of a com
A school-master being asked what
fortification" meant, replied that two
t-veiitylicalioiis made one fortifica
tion. The ladies will now wear striped
kid gloves. It is said that the top
stripe will match that on the stock
ings, but you can't prove it.
If yon have a friend with a cough
or cold, tell him to try Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup, lie will thank you for
your advice. The price is only 25
There are one hundred and twenty
different patterns for ladies to choose
a winter bonnet from aud still they
are not happy
The back scats at church arc now
occupied by a large number of young
incii. who find it too cold to wait
outside for their sweethearts.
In the changeable weather that is
now upon us it behooves everybody
to' exercise great caution in the man
ner of apparel and exposure.
The difference just now between
fishes and the girls is that the fishes
are fin-backs, and the guis arc pin
" An exchange says : "There are 1,
473 old liars getting ready to predict
a hard winter on the strength of musk
rat architecture and the burdock burs
in the cow's tail."
Almanacs for next year have made
their appearance in great quantities.
for the patent medicine men have an
ye to business, and love tne -rag mo
Eaton is blessed with a great many
persons who protess Christianity ou
the Sabbath, but who fail to remem
ber its teachings the remainder of the
An exchange has fonnd ont that a
man never looks so helpless and in
significant as when standing around
in a drv Broods store waiting for his
wife to get through trading.
Some people will go two squares to
teal wood that is sawed and nicely
split up when there is just as good
wood on their neighbor's pile only it
is not sawed and split.
The fields of wheat sown this fall
have a very promising look almost
like meadows in spring iu their ver
nal richness. As a good start is hall
rT !,. I.aitlo vi a tnnir rcuect trood crocs
in IS76. : : . .'.
"When you see an Eaton girl come
out of a millinery shop with a hop,
skip, jump, aud a pleased expression,
vnu mav know that the uiilliin.r has
told her that she can press her old
miner hat over luto a f 10 winter
. style. ' . ,;
A sweet smile of satisfaction went
rippling over a Chicago audience and
their eyes became suffused with tears
' of gratitude when Conway told them
there wasn't any such person as the
Devil. The burden of life had been
' lifted from their souls.
"Crooked whisky"gets a great many
persons in trouble. Grant and Chand
ler even make narrow escapes.
Our convicts hereafter will be ob
liged to .work out their fines on the
streets, as we understand the County
Commissioners have passed a "ball
and chain" law, and the articles will
be da hand shortly. That's sensible.
While mothers are muffling up the
little ones' faces, necks and ears, with
the approach of cold weather, they
should not neglect the exposed limbs,
that are protected by nothing more
than a thin stocking.
Marshal Ryax arrested a couple of
larks on Saturday last, who were full
of 'crooked whisky' aud drove against
a buggy overturning it with slight
damage. .They adjusted the injury,
aud after a short incarceration in our
Calaboose, were discharged with the
injunction, "go and sin no more."
Age don't help everything, but the
produce of this contiueut will be la
beled "Ceutcnuial" for a year liow.
We don't believe eo much in "centen
uial" oysters, celery salt, Boston bis
cuit, buttermilk and such, but "cen
tennial sour mash" sounds better.
For the benefit of those who are in
the habit of placing stamps on vari
ous parts of an envelope, we would
state that the Department has ordered
all letters to be sent to the Dead Let
ter Office which have not stamps on
the proper place the right baud cor
ner. The law appears to be rather
stringent, but it is a law nevertheless.
A matrimonial wavo seems passing
over onr section, inasmuch as large
numbers of our young men and maid
ens are passing, or preparing to pass,
o'er the boundaries of that state from
which no single traveler e'er returns.
The afflicted ones have our sympa
thies, that's certain.
Winter, stern winter, that cold and
nnpropitious season of the year is at
our door, seeking admittance; and
soon we will be compelled to seek
close quarters within our dwellings
to escape the icy embraces of the re
lentless monarch of desolation, which
is no ri'Bpector of persons.
The indications are that the small
pox will be in Eaton, as it now pre
vails largely in Cincinnati, Hamilton,
D.-.yton and elsewhere. Thorough
preparation by vaccination, cleauli
uess ' and other simple precautions
should be made by every one. It
costs but little, aud should not be neg
It ticklesan editor half way to death
to have a correspondent introduce an
article, 'hoping you may find room in
your estimable and widely circulated
journal," or, "begging pardon for tak
ing up so much of your valuable
space." Contributors with an eye es
pecially to (Less things, always re
ceive prompt aud distinguished at
tention... . . - . (
Wo are exceedingly fond of luxu
ries we enjoy, conveniences like
wise fun, and would spend a fifty cent
rag baby" any time to see Burn urn
or John Kobiuson's mcuageries but
to he taxed $10,80 for to have a sprink
ler rattle by your door a damp and
rainy season, is too much of a ud
barren reality" to be jovial over dur
ing theso days of radical contraction
and hard times. Don't it ?
Fifteen : years ago, saner kraut was j
genera I y regarded as a most indigest
ible and unwholesome article of diet,
and many persous could as readily
lave been prevailed npon to eat oys
ter shells as that unsavory preparation
of cabbage. But time and experience
demonstrated that these were mistak
en impressions. ' Well cured and well
cooked sauerkraut is wholesome. nu
tritious aud digestible, and instead of
being tabooed as formerly, -it has be
come a favorite dish upon aur most
fashionable tables. As a lunch at
hotels, etc., it holds the first rank.
The only objection to it is that in
cooking it fills the house with a most
Death of Dr. John H. Bohn.
The citizens of Camden were startled
on last Sabbath, morning, by the an
nouncement of the sudden and unex
pected death from Heart disease, of Dr.
John II. Bohm, one of their oldest and
most respected and honored citizens.
We are not personally acquainted with
any of the particulars of the early life
of Mr. Bonn, but only know that he has
lived' and done business in Camden,
beyond our recollection", and that he
was among one of the earliest settlers
of the town. It can be truly said of
him, that in all the social and business
relations of life, be was a true gentle
man, an obliging ai d courteous neigh
bor, a good citizen and an honest and
upright man. He has left a void in his
home that time alone can remove, and
his widowed consort and children will
mourn their loss but not as tho e with
out Lope; for they feel that what was
their loss was his gain, that from his
long life and many toi a and labors he
is now free and gone where "the weary
are at rest."
Jacob Ashingek, in whose hands a
livery horse belonging to Mr. Cox died,
and was arrested charged with gross
cruelty to said animal in reckl.ss driv
ing, had his trial on Saturday last be
fore Mayor Foos and a jury. After the
jury had remained out about twelve
hours, they found a verdict against the
young man of $50 fiue and twenty days
imprisonment, anu that he stands com
mitted until the fine and costs are paid
He was tried under the law for the pro
tection of dumb animals from cruelty,
passed last wluter. .
Ihe many old friends in Fieble coun
ty of J. W. Sweexey, Esq., whose re
putation as a first-class Landlord Is
known from the Atlantic to the Pacific,
will be pleased to learn that he has be
come connected with the "Sherman
House," of ludianapolis, Ind. It is un
necessary tt say, that if at any time any
or our readers put iu an appearance at
the Sherman House, the Judge will
meet them in his usual cordial and wel
come manner, making them feel perfect
ly at home. If he don't you can tike
What is an Editor?
Why, he is a man of all work ; al
ways ou the alert, but sleeps and
dreams like other people. He has
feeling and interests like his neigh
bor, but by common consent he real
izes only about oue half of his just
dues. He labors harder for bis bread
and butter thau "any other man." He
is expected to have certain kuowledgj
of everything that has been, and all
things prospective. He is the public
shootiug mark and is charged with
matters which belong only to himself.
He does more to build up a town than
all other enterprises combined, but
for this he is censured as an ignora
mus. His paper, as well as the editor
is made the subject of sevoie criticism
from those more particularly who are
non-supporters and ignorant idlers,
and hence les i able to judge of the
merits and demerits of the paper.
More man an, bo receives less pay
from those who receive the greatest
benefit from his publication. He is
expected to give his time and money
to advance the interest of many, with
out enumeration, but who in turn
will borrow his neighbor's newspa
per, and rejoices th.the don't take
the paper or advertise in it, but pis
neighbor docs both, aud he is benefit
ed without pay. Who wouldn't be
an editor? lie reads the papers, fur
nishes copy, -sets type, reads proof,
aud docs many things of necessity re
quired iu bis office.
Portsmouth, O., is terribly afflicted
with the small-pox. The citizens are
fleeing the city.
An Unspotted Character.
Honey is a good thing, especially
in these hard times, but there is some
thing a thousand fold more valuable.
It is character the consciousness of a
pure and honorable life. This it
should bo a man's first aim to pre
serve at any cost. In the times or
commercial distress, while some afe
proved and fonnd wanting, others
come forth tried as by fire. Here and
there one comes out of the furnace
far more of a man than before. Amid
the wreck of his fortune he stands
erect a noble specimen of true man
hood. ' We have occasionally witness
ed an example of courage in such a
crisis, of mortal intrepidity, that de
served all honor. Let it be the aim
of every business man, above all
things else, to keep his parity un
stained. This is the best possession
this is a capital which can never be
taken from him this is the richest
uheritance which he can leave to his
A magnificent stock of the best quali
ty of ready-made clothing is now being
offered very low at the clothing ,houe
of SI. Sturm.
The sneak thief that entered Peter
Habcr's meat shop one evening last
week, during his temporary absence,
aud carried off John T. Dtem's basket
containing eight or ten pour (Is of beef,
will save trouble by returning the bas
ket at least. '
You will save money Dy purchasing
your clothing at the establishment of
The Bev. Dr. Tccker nqttests ns by
postal card to say, that he will preach
the Uuiversalist Church, at Camden,
on the 4ih Sunday at 11 o'clock, a. m.,
aud 7 o'clock, p. m.
The largest lot of clothing that has
ever been brought to Eaton can now be
seen at the sure ofll. Sturm free of
charge. . ,
Something new in the fruit line. An
apple that never blooms. A good reg
ular bearer, larg, green and red blc sh
ed. Can be procured for spring deliv
ery of J. G. McXkal, Eaton, O.
JI you warn a uu, cap, uecnue, vu.11., i
vest Or pants, Of tllC VCry Litest Style, I
go to Jtt. Ellirm S Deiore nis assortment l
One half of the subscription nionev, I
subscribed'for the consti uctiou of the
Bridge across Santa's Creek is now
due, as the Bridge i about finished.
The books are iu the hands of J. P.
Ozias for collection.
You will always find something uew
in the way of men and boys' wear at
M. Sturm's. Call and see.
CUT THIS OUT,
It May Save Your Life
There is no person living but what
suffers more or less with Luii Disease,
Couirhs. Colds or Consumption-, yet
forae would die rather than pay 75 cents
. , , .!-.., M
, 7:; r , a 1A
for a bottle Of melCIllO tllllt V-OUia CUre
rliom Tr A Bosh tie's German Svrill) I
tfiem. wr A P1
uas IHltuy uwu iiiuwiuwwi iu si i
try from Germany, and its wonderous
cures astonishes every one that try It.
If you doubt w hat we say in print, cut
this out and take it to vour Druggist,
Brookius & Son. and cet a sample bot
tle for 10 cents aud try it. or a regular
size for 75 cents.
Eaton, Nov. 25, 1 875-4 m
If you want to buy "nobby" ready-
made or made to order suit cf clothes'
go to M. Sturm's.
Positively the Best
Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cher
ry and HoRtHocsD is the very best
compound ever prepared, advertised or
sold by any person or under any name
whatever lor tne imraeuiare renei aim
permanent cute of Coughs, Colds,
Croun. Whooniiisr Coueh, Bronchitis,
Asthma, and all diseases ot a Consump
tive tvie. it win tnoroueruy erauicaie
these alarming symptoms in one half
the time required to do so by any other
medicine. It is purely vegetable ana
Atii.nl.ia nnt a nir-fil nf nnlnm iw rttli
er dangerous drujr. Physicians all over
ths i-onntrv endorse it as ine most em-
cacious antidote known for all disord
ers of the thront and lungs, it net er
fails. Every bottle guaranteed to per
form exactlv as represented. Be sure
to obtain Dr. Morris' avrup of Tar, Willi
Cherry and Horehound. Trial size, 10
cents. For sale ny Michael & boa.
Nov. 4, 1875-1 m
All kinds of Collars at M. Sturm's,
and the cheapest and best in town.
Positively the Best DEATHS.
TBUNK At his resilience, near Ea-
ton, on the 19tli inst., of rneuinouia,
Joseph Trunk, aged 53 years, Gmontne
Madison, Indiana, is enjoying
local sensation in the shape of a man
who, under a wagerj has agreed to
eat thirty quails in thirty consecu
tive days. His name is James
O'Donnell, and he is aged about
thirty-eight years. The Madison
papers call him the "Champion
Quail Eater." Now almost any man
thinks that he can eat one qnail a
day for thirty days, but our readers
generally will be surprised to hear
that theibcts in Madison are ten to
evt:u mad J uuuueu wiuuuk rer
. i . T-k 11 !11
form the feat,, although he is. per
mitted to eat his quail every day
cooked in any manner he may
choose, and is not prohibited from
taking other food. .Last Sunday he
had eaten the eighteenth quaiL
Now, we ain't much of a quail
eater, but we'll bet two to one that
we can do it Who'll take the wa
ger and furnish the qnail?
GRANT HAS THE CARD IN HIS
If there be any such thing as
republican party, in distincton from
the Third Term Grant party, it must
make itself felt immediately. . But
look around you. Who are the pos
sibie candidates of the opposition?
Senator Conklmgl He merely acts
as the lieutenant of the President,
and while unquestionably he pos
sesses plenty of influence at ; the
White House, that influence is de
rived altogether from his servile obe
dience to the dictatoral will of theap
pointing power. Mr. Blaine? The
dull face of the President brightened
into a smile that meant somthing
when the news came in September
that the democratic gain in Maine
had almost wiped out the republican
majority. That election settled
Blaine in the opinion of the Pres
ident and his advisers, and probably
they were right. Vice-President
Wilson? He in struggling against
the swift advances of diseaso which
threatens to break him down phys
ically, w hile every organ grinder in
the service of the Administration
joins simultaneously in an effort to
break him down politicaly. Secre
tary Bristow? It is reported that
he threatened to leave the Cabins
when Chandler's appointment was
announced, and it is tolerably cer
tain that he would be driven out if
he became formidable as a candidate.
Senator Morton?. He tried to con
duct a fight against the President on
the financial issue, and was so badly
worsted that, with the ready thrift
a prfessional politican, he aban
doned his own opinions hastily ad
opted the views of the White House,
and broke into the most extravagant
eulogies on Grant, that he might not
forht his little slice of patronage.
Mr Washburne? No man over in
France will be able to command
the Republican National Convention.
every delegate will be spoken for in
advance. Charles Francis Adams?
Hardley. He doesn't train with the
rulers and the rulers rule in these
attcrdays. We are at the end of the
list. - - Will any man whose name we
have mentioned hold his own against
Grant? When the President comes,
backed by the power which he wields,
laimmg that "unexpected contin
gency has risen, will Conk ling.
Blaine, Bristow, or the others dis
pute his assumption? Utica Ob
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expene, for 7 00 each. A complete Het. compris
ing nineteen Volumes, sent on receipt of cash at
rale of fi la per voL, freight at expense of pur
chaser. Prominent attention will be r ren in Harpers
Weekly to the illustration of the Centeuuial In
Kewnnaner are not tn eonv this advertisement
without the express order of Harper A Brothers.
HARPER B HOT HE ItS, Kew York.
J.T. Dkbx. I I Rlsr:faB, 1 J.CHiTKiyt.
J. T. DEEM & GO.
WE have opened in the room recent
ly occupied bv F. M. Deem.
full line f f
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS
Also, a uice3tock of Cloths, Cassimeres,
Clothing Made to Order.
We invite everybody to call Ld ex-
iruine our goods and pricei.
OV. IS, 1873-3111 .
Case No. 3733.
Incorporated Co. cf Oaar,")
Scott Co., I Preble
vs. V Common
E.W. Jones, A. M. Tru-j fleas,
ax, ct al. J
T virtue of an execution Issued
from the Coutt of Cmmou Pleas,
and to me directed, I will ofler for sale
Gospel township, In sid county of
On Saturday, December 4, 187o,
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, p.
in..of sniil dav. the following described
nal property, belonging to E. W.
toireg fc A. M. Truax, to-wlt: One
Portable Steam Saw Mill and all the
machinery pertaining tnereto.
. -J K . .
satisfy judgment in above case.
JOHN TOWNSESD, Sheriff.
2?ov. 18, 1875-tds prf $2,40
LIVE AGENTS WANTED,
To sell Dr. Chase' Recipes: or In-
formation for Evcrybody.In every conn
f . v - . . . r-. . 1 t I .
ill lie u ll iru suites anu vnuauas.
Enlarged by the publisher to 648 pasts.
contains over 2000 household recipes
and suited to all classes and condl-
tionS of Society. A wonderful book alia
househ Id iieacssitr. It sells at sight,
Greatest inducements ever offered to
t umnt. ,... apnt hv
book agenu. sample copies sent oy
mail, postpaid, for
$2,00. Exclusive I
steam ranting uouse Ann Aruur,
nOV. AO, lOtV-iUM I
f . MEDICINES.
A nrominent New York physician MPtely com
plained to uu ai)A3 uiujl a cu. atom tne.rstan-
dalwood OU Causulea.8lAtlne that M me limes ther
plained to UUXDAS DICK
cured miraealom-ly. bat that a patient of hla had
"em without effect. On beins informed
lound fait patieut had not been taking JJUMUAU I
Iili'ti' Jm. I
What happened to thla physician may hare I
hd MTied to others. and DUNUAUDICK AOO. I
takibla method of protect inic pbytlclaita, drug1- I
gtstaana tnemseivea, ana prevenung uu 01
HaiwruMl frum coQiinff lntodlsreoute.
riiYwIClAiNS wno once prestinuetoo vapcnie 1
.1.. iioviri a,T. IT Ti iwa af .v .1... .,.,.,, . K I
Will lUi ii V a a V srn... iui vuiimiiii iu.: i
PUiiK OIL in the KK-HT ANU CHKAFlsT form.
miNUAS DlCKdtCO. use mure Oil of Sandal
wood than ttl) tbe Wholesale and Retail Orugglaia
fj,HQ Mr ci I U IA1 ri r- in i it: uiii uiamwuiuuiru ,
this lathe SOLE reason why tbe PUKE OIL ta 1
sold CHEAPKKln thir Capaalc than In any!
fill. tV SANDALWOOD Is fast BOMrserilna ev-
tr UHin irmy , -iaij a..r. w j a na i
qulred to Insure a . afe and certain cure In mix or
ciKhldara. From no other utedlclue can tbe re-
IL 1 1 IN iJ A LfiafV K o njr i vArouiirjianive
rh.. nrohlem. lotiff cAuatJered br rmliient ohri-
clans, ol bow lo avoid the tiaaae and diaguat ex-
.. ani-iKi tn awaiiott'inir. wuicn are we i Known iv
detract from. If not destroy. 1 be good etfeeta of
many vaiuauie reiuea.
Soft CtsUe are put up tn tin-fell and neat box
ea.thirtv in each, and are the only Capsules pre
scribed hy phyalctana.
fTAsl B.lJ-vi M itliJi aaior nt anu
maiv ntiior tiKitseourt ni dlclnen can betaken eaa-
lilya-Hl aafely In HUN 1) AS DICK t'OtiSOtT
IiAphiti.ICm. NOTASTK. NOKMELIa.
fy These were tne oniy capsules auvuieu to
H(1aU A l Allj 11HUU OIUKU JlEHIa,
Price Twenty-five Cents.
United Statea. law EWrrU.asles.sjid tUe lkHuinion of
Can art, rwkvlux a MvalattMUi erestter than i,W0
acwntrBMC m iiw nvu twuts utcruier wiin ine
namMnftb ntAWsnaoeni havlna the lArcsst local
cl ret Hat ton in each of the places names. Also, a
calalngue of newspapers wnico are reeoLnmenara
to advert iern as clvlllif irreatest value In urouor-
ttna lo pricfmcnanreu. aibo. an nt-ws(iHrs in me
United Mtattes and Canada printltis: over t.,00n cop-,
leseach Issue. Also, all the Religion. AKriciiltur
l Rf ifntlHi and Mechanical. Medical. Masonic.
Juvenile, Educational, Oommerclal, Insurance.
Heal EflUtk, Law. Sporting;, Musical, Fashion, and
other special chw Journal): very cs.mplei lists.
Toicetner wun a compieie usi oiuTerjwiueiniM
ntnn.nf-.ntsd In the United fltates. At no. an es
say npon advertising: nuuajr tables of rates, show-Ins-
the cost of advertising in various newspapers,
and everv thins; which a bexiuuerla adTtrllsing
won in line to a now. iM
A Park Row. .N'fw yrrk.
FT. 0 HILL
INVITES especial attention to his
stock of FAMILY GROCERIES ft
PRODUCE, of which he keerjs a full
and complete stock at his old stand on
Baron Street JBnfOM, O.,
He flatters himself that he can sell
as low as" any other house in town, and
wlllkeepalwayson hand the best brands
PgpVIMOKa, VEGETABLES, ALMOHDS
a huuars svftupfl.
AM1LV FLOCK, CORN MEAL, at Bicfc.
Salt by the Barrel.
The patronage of the public Is solicited
Lumber t Lumber I
To The Public.
S0SI2TS0N CHAMBERS & CO.
KEEP fnrflaIeatIiWRrr w a nv w m.A
"iir.IV;laus' HMlHHIJtS, LATH,
STAIR BALLCSTERS, NEWEL POSTS,.
Are also prepared to furnish
Factory Doors for $2,00 and 2,60.
IOOR3. vmnnwniiiM c . on D.
TnViS'iTtn..S?'Vn'L.to uw '"P. MOULD OB
Tn!!iK?iI'F5f.E,?or!- We Intend to uke It
ISi S, HSVltS .. "eedln ajrUitag 1 our
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOB DB,
ROBINSOX, CHAMBBS & CO
E.aton, Aprlll.1871. tf
I. M. ANDERSON,
MAXCFACTVBEBANll DEALER 11C
Harness, Saddles, Bridles,
COLLARS, WHIPS, &C.
And all eoods srenerallv found in a first.
class baddle and Uarnestestablisbinent
v.. " r
Fine Harness a Speciality.
March 4, 1875-6 in
BROWN ft LOT
HAVE opene i a Shoe Shop over Voag
necker's Orocerv. and solicit ash.n.
of the public patronage. We call spe
wai attenuon to our custom uade hew
ed Boot & Shoes.
All Work Warranted
to fit and suit. Mending done with
deatness and despatch.
iJitOWA t LOT,
Eaton. Oct. 14, 1875 ''
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R.
tumgn Traiai will na a tkk Soti, latTiaj
h. prrarai QUU0BS si Mlswal
OOINO NORTH. '
No. H No. M I Vo. 4
, Aceom. ChicsfO Ez'c.Pt W.
Clnrinaatf 7 m p m I on am
Kamllion 4 no p. m. s 00 p m U am
Soinerrllle. IH p mlM p m; 41 m
Csmden i it p m 8 14 v n in am
Eaton - tut p m l p mho to am
riorence. I 07 p a, in p m 10 17 a m
BlclimonJ 7 h p . m p tpiu op a m
JTo. 17 Ko. t Wo.
. . Chlcaso Ex C.A tu W. Accom.
Rirnmnna.H. coo tniltfpmiso.m
Florence 11 a m 7 07 p mlu.m
Eatna I Di TIT p nun i.
Laniden- . i7 a ai 7 44 p m ll oo am
8omerlll. 7 07 . mitt p n ll it am
Hamllton.. 7 44 a n IX p m 11 14 n to
Clnrinnatl...... 4 44 a ml 1 40 p ml iS pS
L. WILLIAM. Qenl Sopt.
STOVES & TIM WARE!
KEEPS constantly on hand a full
stock of all kinda of Stnvp.. Tin
aud Sheet-iron Ware.
Boojlng, Guttering and Spouting,
promptly attended to on call, together
with repairing, cheap.
J. U. JVELSOS.
HF"Store In Gard's corner, on Main
street, opposite, the Danser House.
Barron Street, Eaton. Ohio
KEEPS constantly on hand a large
stock of first-class
BOOTS AND SHOES.
which he will sell at reasonable prices
for cash. He will do all kinds of Re
Dairlng promptly, and on the most
liberal terins. Give him a call.
Christ. Brown's old stand, Barron
St., E ton, O.
Eaton, Fet. 4, 1375-tf
MEN. YOUTH AND BOYS.
ITI. STURM !
And offeted at prices that will suit all
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS I
Trunks, Hats, Caps, Ice,
The Largest Stock Ever in Eaton
And v IU be sold down to the lowest
THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD
And the only way to do it these bard
t mcs is to make them
for everyone to boy. Now la your
CALL AND SEE
Mr stock before purchasing elsewhere.
O'poslte Jail. Stephens' Block, Ea
ton, Ohio. M. $TURM.
First national Bank
Bank of Discount & Deposit
BuUdinsr. which has been irreatlT tn.
larred and thoronrtlvn furnished with
a view to accommodating onr business I
wants more thoroughly. We do
A General Hanking Business,
In all its various forms : Receive Depos
its ior euner loko or short time, and
allow interest on T.SIE Deposits as
per special agreement with parties mak
ne the same.
U. F. BROOKE. Cashier.
.IT EATOJ O.
H. CT. HlMtanrl I Ji,ha V A
Andrew Hlestand, Wm. B. Tlzzar J
jacoo a. loos.
H. C H1ESTAND & CO.
Bank of Discount & Deposit
rir a xr
Government and County
aonas, coin ana Exchange.
MONEY TO LOAN
OK LIBERAL TEEMS.
INTEREST PAID ON TIKE DEPOSITS.
AN be seen at our office as below
specified, where will aln-avs be
found a full stock: also, a rood suddIv
Every person wishing to buv a first-
class SEWING MACHINE should not
fail to call and examine our stock aud
prices before purchasing elsewLere,
ive claim ior tnis maclilne
f Jaore Elastic Stitch.
and better adapted for all kinds of work
than any other machine now in the
market; and -rem gaar.wto. unrl nut
t3T Sold on easy terms. In monthl v
payments, ii aesirea.
FHE KOWE MACHINE CO.
DANIEL WIKEL, Jr., '
Eaton, Preble Co O.
Eaton, March 11, 1875
VAE! AUSDAL & CO.,
Have received from Kew York
Large and Splendid Stock
CARPETS DF ALL
Wool and Cotton Yams,
TTt J 41 1 3 Jt m A I
it inuuw ouauea anu x ixburtf
Parasols. Hats, Shoes,
KNIVES & FOILKS
And a great variety of other Goods.
Our old customers and the public gen
erally are respectfully invited to call
and examine our goods.
Wool, Butter, Eggs, Feathers, Sags,
Are taken In Exchange for Goods.
Oct. 8, 1874. 40-tf
Dr. A. A. CHURCHILL,
AVINO permanently located a
Dental Office in this place, Is now
prepared to do all kinds of first-class
work on short notice. All work war
ranted lo give satisfaction.
Office on Barron St., over Rossman &
atnn. .nine Z4, ioo-ii -
UINN & KLINGER,
Wbolcs.1. Man.rart.rcrs Dealers In
Main Street, Eaton, Ohio.
January 15, "74 ly.
TME ONLY STOVE MADE
?7ith Sliding Oven Doors.
PaUatai Fb. 11880, al Beft 1,1869.
Tin 5. Sheet-Iron Ware !
Galvanized Work of all
Crestlngs, e.f iio.
tyBepairinr promptly arut neatty
Old Rags T Iron Taken
Shop on Barron Street, opposite the
Eater, MT So" W-ly
THE EVER POPULAR
HOWE SEWING MACHINE
IRON & HARDWARE
ST O K IS
Commercial Block, 2d door, Maiu St,
ElDSQy & TEGROOT
AJTNOUXCE to thlr
friends and the ptib-
"8srtsslic tnat tuey nave on Land
n1 teud to keep a coustaut assort-
IRON. STEEL NAILS &
which they will sell on reasonable
,"BJ unumiteu supply oi ait
Also exclusive Agents for the celebrated
The best of
BLACKSMITHS' Y0UOII10OHENT COAL
al ays on hand at the lowest marks
pric .. EIDSON & DEGROOT.
.baton, Feb. 11, 1875-ly
SAVE YOUR MONEY
BT BUYING OF
Gents' Furnishing Goods'.
A choice assortment of
. and Doeskins.
ready to he made np to order in Genls
Uiotning. AUa, a large stock of
ofdiflercnt8ty.es. which he will sell as
low as any house in Eaton. HATS
and CAPS of every style at small
profits. Call at the old stand. 2 doors
east of Cherry street, in his New Block.
Faton, O., April 23, 1875.
JSTND STAMP FOR C1RCULAB
PARKER BRO'S ,
HEW DRUG STORE !
rjlHEunJersigneU would respectfully
L Inform the citizens of Camden aud
vicinity, that be has opened a
NEW DRUG STORE
Camden, On Main Street.
oners to tne public a con plete as
sortment of -
rjBFDMEgT, TOILET ABTICXES, ',
PCTTY, BRUSHES. .' -
LAMlfJ ft ' FIXTUBE3.
Choice Cigar Tobacco.
Pura Wines and Liquors,
for medical purposes, and all the Pat-
ent MedU ines of the day.
tm. -I ...t c. n -.1
all hours, day or night.
t3fPrticular attention given to fill
ing Family Kect-ipta.Sil
A1' V"." "ch0'celi,ie r
Family Groceries I
All of which will be sold at LOW
PRICES. He would respectfully so--licit
s share of public patronage.
. JUHK f. WUUUS1UJS.
H". B. Parties desirous of purchasing :
PIANOS and ORGANS will do well h
calling on me before purchasing. Ex--
ira ip.uncements offered. J. F. W.
Camden, June 10, 1875-ly
AND RETAIL DEALER
VHIitacst price la cash or trade, paid fox a
Eaton, Kor. tl. 1871.
E. E. DAERAGH,
AND DEALER ITS .
Metalic, Walnut, Imita
tion Rose wooa con-ins
and Caskets. -
Siroais, Vwi ill Trinamnp I
constantly o baad.- '
TJN DEBT AKING
In all styles, attended toon short no
tice, at lower prices than the same work ,
can be had any where else.
Bodies Kept anu Eength
without change of color or decay.
No Extra Charge for Long Jjrivet
of all kinds at low rales.
Farmers and Grangers wilt ao wen
to call ou me for Undertaking and Fur-
uiture. E. E. UAHUAnn..
Post Office Building, Eaton, unto. .
Eaton, Sept. 2, 1875-ly
NOTICE is hereby given that .
petition will be presented to ,,
the ConuniFsioncrg of Preble county..
Ohio, at their next regular sessional ,
Commissioners to lay out and cstab- .
lieh a Free Trpike along the follow
ing rotv to-witt Commencing at a
point In the Monroe Central Free ,
Turnpike, itboal 40 roU sojth of th .
north-west corner ef Section number .
15, Monroe township; thence east
along the centre of the present dirt
road through aaid Section 15 and Sec-..
lion 14 to the west juancnesier iui-v
i.n,mil rond. there to terminate.
v l'V Pir.TITUIX'rRB