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EATOH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT,
April A, 1372.
Owing to the crowded condition of
our columns, several important mat
ten have been neglected this week.
TVe hope to have plenty of -room again
In a couple "of Weeks, and will the u
resume our usual Variety,
The election passed off very quietly
os last Monday, considering that it
was the most warmly contested Spring
election we have had for several years.
The old Corporation. Officers were all
re-elected, by handsome maj ritiea,
the result proving that the citizens .of
Eaton indorse, their "Improvement"
spirit, nd are satisfied with the Town
Hall, Fire Engine, and other improve
Kfents that -have- been made by them
Alt right and proper. The following
Is the vote r;.'. '.' ', ,t ri
', Mayor J.' TT, Fobs, (no op.) ; 392
. Clerk i.Wm. II. Ortt, (no op.) 411
i Trea8Tr WrA.-Eidsonr (no op) 384
Marshal Michael J2 van.
iV: "- iV- SiMon Bartch,
Wvh;: .V" Council.-; 7
II. Eidsonf .V- ' '
;C. P: Thunii!
Wwi A. Swihart, -C
F, -Brooke,- ' -"
Michael Filbert,. :
;" School Director,"
;C F, Brooke, i ' : v.256
'.- "Wm. J. Gil more,' ., 1 ' '. ' 255
j-J..Wi King,- i - " " . 275
Total uuinheif of, votes polled in the
Corporation, 425.- ";; :.4 f- .-.-. ';.v ,
la the Township the old Trustees,
-with the exception of Moses Surface,
who 'w.' not "." candidate,' were reelected.-;;
Mr TVnx. Risinger takes the
plate'.of .Surface. v There was a close
-contest ' for Township Tre:surer, be4
twean John Deem and II. B. Vail Aus
daK vteem beat his competitor '.only
thibteek? votes t'-; Larsb, Clerk, and
Pottenger, Assessor no opposition.
McGlynn Granted a New Trial.
y. We -stated in our , last issue that a
motion for a new trial in the case of
Daniel McGlynn would be argued on
Friday of last week. , The application
was bsed on the alleged misconduct
of Jtwo jurors, and the refusal of 'the
Court to admit certain testimony that
the defense claimed was' essential to
the case'TfieTiestimony produced
bowed that bhu' Poag, oiie of the
juror?, had used a little too much of
the wOlbe-jbyfal and that while'in
this cd'nditiou,"and during tlie progress
of the trial, "lie be d- 1 if he had'iit
toade up his miud in the case, and was
in favbr of giving the defeudant a free
VHIe.t" id oXber times gave expression
to- the guilt of .theT prisouer.XAlso
that; Lcandcr Parks,' another ,of the
jurors, before the evidence was closed,
had talked in the presence of several
Jeraous about the case, and said, in
substance. that "he had already made
"Up; his mind in the case,". The defense
produeed seyiiol affidavits in support
of the charges made-as to the mis-conduct--of.
the jurors, and on these
grounds the- Court granted al new
trial; and McGlynn Was" admitted to
bail in 'this" 'sum of $2j000. The dere
lect jurors were brought up before his
Honor, and, after being mildly repri
manded, were allowed to depart with
out further punishment. :
The above is the title of another
work from the gifted pen of the hu
morous and talented "Mark Twain,"
subscribers for which are being solic-
,ited by a very pleasant and intelli
gent young lady Agent, who will deliv
er the work irt about two weeks. The
marked favor with which "The Inno
cent abroad" was received by the pub-j
lie, and the unmistakable desire there
. is for another work from the pen of
its author, are sufficient reasons for
the appearance of this volume. It is
suited to-the wants of the old, the
young, the rich, the poor, the sad and
the gay. '.'There is a time to laugh,"
and those who buy this book, will see
clearly that the time has arrived. To
all, we say buy this book, carry it
home, do good with it, read it to your
family and your friends,, "
"Andmake all laugh who never isoirhed before.
And those who always laugh, make laugh the more.
"Brimful of characteristic humor, run
ning over with smile-persuading and
laughter-forcing incidents aud 4deas,
those who seek amuscmeu't for idle
moments, will ndln this book" an in
exhaustible vein to work full of purest
ore..-. Recording facts' 'aud statistics
relating to one of the most eventful
periods of our nation's history, this
volume will most worthily fill a place
on the historical shelf hitherto void.
Is it So?
"We hear that some of our citizens
on the night of the election, after the
result was known, tapped a keg
beer on the corner of the public square
: and drank it. If such is the fact,
we have to say ia that it was very im
prudentand unbecoming conduct, and
ia certainly' not calculated to do any
good. There is a point at which "for
bearance ceases to be a virtue," and
when men will carry their prejudices
beyond that, they may expect to kin
dle disgust even among those, who
heretofore were willing to grant them
reasonable privileges. Keep , within
the bounds of common sense and pro
Trietv. is our advice, and you
make more friends.- . ,
Wild pigeons are flying,
geese are moving. The blue
nl robins have commenced
pnge. Spring U here.
Our stores are doing a fai trade.
The Democrats " carried Cincinnati.
The Eepnblicans, carried Connecti
cut. . Let her go. - - . -
April first was ushered in with a
"beautiful snow" storm. . - '
A small shawl found. Call at M.
Sturm's and get it. .'
It begins to look as though no quar
ter is to be shown those who 'deal in
the ardent V . - . ' . ' :
The. person who lost an ebony brace
let, can have it by calling at the
"We noticed the late Treasurer: on
our streets last Monday. "Wonder if
he has concluded to serve his terrri out.
s Qucery--Did the.; : "Goose? '; go to
Lewisburg tc have a consultation with
the late Treasurer, or to Columbus? .
I ' This" is about the time of year that
bad roads , may be expected. They
always set in with the moving season,
i The naked trees ' will soon dress
themselves. They ought to be asham
ed to remain in a nude state so long.
The man who wanted his advertise
ment "put in a conspicuous place so
that people will see; it" called last
week. , .. - :; ;'
The sweet voice of the mud-turtle
and that of the lightning-rod man will
soon be heard in the land. Get out
your shot guns." -: V' -1
The candidates whose "smiles were
child-like and bland" last Monday,
now. keep their hands in their pock
ets when they; meet you. ;
The serenade by "Churchill's String
Baud," was delightful. Boys that will
bear repetition. Consider us hit in
hand, making our best bow to yon all.
The venders of "benziue" inform us
that their sales of the article are double
what it was-two weeks ago. So it
goes. The greater the effort to put it
down, the more it "goes down 1" '
The beer di-iuker8of Torre ? Haute
have combined in an effort to force
the - venders to use larger glasses.
They plead that more beer can he sold
that way. Jess so.. -V; r .-.
After an absence of several days, we
are pleased to announce the return of
the "assistant lreasurcr - to its old
quarters.'' "When will the principal of
the office return ?i ' J' '
iu .Ancient lays uthe ; precept was
"Know thyself," itt 'Tnoderu times it
has been supplanted by the far, more
fashionable iaaxim, Kno w thy neigh
bor and everything about him."
Spring will bring its pains as well
as its pleasures' 3ts folly and fun will
bo mingled with fretfulness and fe
vers its fay breezes be interwoven
Witk .financial flusters. V .i
Big congregation's will be'JEhe order
of things in "churches soon it is most
time for '-spring .goodsJ--he. in the
market,-and the "dear creatures'' wili
each want -to,8ho w their, ne w.haniess 1
Oh, dear? ji H"V, KU" f'fi
i. "We passed a d ry friend on ihe street
the other day soliloquizing ,thusly :
Our melancholy days have come, the
saddest of the year i; the temperance
folks. have stopped our whisky slings,
and next they'll stop our beer!
; Some green chap has sent n3 FotJR
teen . pages of manuscript in whicli
"W. F. Plumper- tells a story about
building to suit his friends," and asks
us to put it in. There is no responsi
ble name to it.' . - Of coui-se we-will put
it in the stove !
It is pleasant to hear from old friends
occasionally, if only iu an accidental
way ; "we are therefore gratified to
hear from good old Ben "Wade. Some
body interviewed him the other day
upon the political situation. lie ans
wered briefly, beautifully, pertinently
and conclusively, "h 1 is to pay all
round.'! ; . I" J . ;
A donation party was recently giv
en " to a very worthy minister in a
neighboring town.- His loving flock
came to his house, and brought forty-
six bead and worsted .watch-pockets
and three bundles of bed-slats ; "and
then they ate seventy dollars-worth of
the minister's provisions and danced
his parlor carpet into rags. The pas
tor says that one mors donation party
will put hhn in the poor house.
The oid-fashioued humantarian doc
trine that the drunkard was a diseas
ed creature, incanable of effort and
possessing no moral accountability,
while the whisky seller was a fiend to
be hunted down at all points, is fall
ing through. There is a growing dis
position to regard the drunkard as a
sinner to a certain extent and to pun
ish him accordingly. "We are glad to
see it. - - ' .
"Very few of onr readers are aware
of the exacting duties incumbent upon
those who are connected with the edi
ting of a newspaper. It is one of the
hardships of the profession, that the
mind and body are not allowed to lag
for sickness, or to stop for calamity
or sorrow. The Judge may adjourn
his courtythe school and the workshops
may close : shutters,' the mourner may
veil his features and rum friends and
strangers from the door, but the jour
nalist may forget to-morrow the sor
row of to-day, and must write gayly
and freshlv as a newsmonger on the
trifles ; of. the hour, whatever burden
has been laid upon that same hour
The Stock Sale.
The Stock Sale on last Saturday was
a success. The crowd around the
Livery Stable reminded us of the fifth
street Cincinnati Auction. Plenty
Stock was offered for sale, and every-
I thing sold well. There will he anoth
er one on Saturday the 13th met.
- Charles "W. Look wood has jtist re
ceived the largest "and finest assort
ment of the latest styles of Mens', Wo-
mens' boys and Misses boots and shoes,
ever in Eaton before. .Among the
new styles is the "Sensation," "New
port" and "Saratoga." The ladies es
pecially are invited to call and look at
liis assortment. lie charges nothing
to show his goods.
; It seems to be but a short time since
we heard the little bird3 sing their
beautiful songs which were indicative
ot the approach or spring. A. year
has passed away, and they arc here
again reminding us that spring is near
at hand. As youth is styled the "seed
time" of life, so is spring the most im
portant time of the year. And since
onr success and happiness during the
summer will in a great measure de
pend upon our . spring management,
how important that we should lay the
foundation for our summer's work
well. The farmer must soon be gather
ing up and repairing his utensils, pre
parative for spring work. , The me
chanic must be looking out for em
ployment. ; In word all the diligent
will be seeking labor, whereby to gain
an honest livelihood. '.
' EvEBTBODT BoUXD FOB OLD JOHN
Bobisson's ManaGeris a?d Circus.
"Neighbor Edwards, did you not tell
me last week that you and your son
Matthew were going to start for Kan
sas to-day to locate a piece of land
suitable for a farm fo. Matthew?"
i "1 certainly did say. that, friend
Brown, and at that time I expected to
start to-day, sure ; but siuce I last saw
you the agents ot Uld Joiiu Kobinson
have been here and made . a picture
gallery of the whole town.. Sow,
John Robinson and I were' bovs to
gether, and as a few days won't make
any difference, I am going to wait and
see the old "veteran once more, for 1
may never have the opportunity again.
"Well, friend Edwards, I had made
up my mind that I would not go ; but
since you recommend it so highly, I
believe I will wait and see the old man
aud bis biar.8how, myself." .
- Old John is stire to come to Eaton,
Monday, April, za.- - .
ARE YOU GOiNG WEST?
I f 3d, tnkf our a.tvlce, nd purchase your Tick
ets over the old reliable and popular MISSOURI
PAClfIC HA.1LRQAD, wblcti is, positively, tbe
only Line tbat runs three Bafly Kx press Trains
from St. Louts to Kanuts City and tbe West: and
'Is, positively, tbe only Line .wbicb runs Pullman s
Palace Sleepers -and flne Day Coaches (especially
fw movers) equipped witb flllers Safety Watform
and tbe Patent Steam Brake, FROM ST. LvUfS
to. Kansas City, Fort Scott, Parsons, Lawrence,
Leavenworth,. Atchison. Bt.' Joseph, - Nebraska
Clly, Council Bluff's and Omaha -wttnoMt chauce.
Fot Information to regard to Time .Tables, rates
fcc., to any point Jn Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska,
, Qui oralor Texas or California, call upon or address.
S H. Thompson, agent, Missouri PaciSc ft. R. Co
lumbus, OMn orR. 'A. Ford, General Passenger
Agent, St.. Lonis, Mo. : .. ..
o" N'o trouble to answer questions. ' '.
Marcli 26. 4lr2-yrl.
j;On the 28th nit, by Eey. G. Baugh-
man, Mr. Daniel Heckmas,; to Miss
Melkze.va JCkslkk, all -of this county.
On the 19th tilt:, at the residence of
his son m West Alexandria, Mr. J ohn
Stempel, aged years o monthft and
za days, . aei'vicea conducted by iter.
Geo. liaugtiman. -
On the 24fh nit, of Consumption,
Bsxjamin." W.,'eon of dosiah aud lte-
hecca Powell, aged 17 yeai-s, 2 months
and 4 dava, '
In Katonon the 30thltof Pneu
monia, Alr8.-31ARGAJKT A. fllEHAFFKY,
aged 49 years, 1 month and 13 days.
' "Wenp not for those "
Who sink wlthiu the anus of death
' Kre yet the chilling wintry breath .
Of sorrow over tbem blows,
Hut weep for fiem who here remain,
. The mourul'ul her:trs of liain,
- Condemn'd to 'ee eac! hriffht Joy fade,
Ami marte Refs mlnncNolr shade
Kluti? oVr Hide's fairest roee."
Farmers Come to the Eaton
CommescinqJText Sattthday, Apeii.
1372, at Eagle Hotel Livery bale and
Beed Stables. '
C. HAKBAUGII & CO.
Proprietors of Eagle Hote!,
, c , - Livery Sale and Feed Stables.
1?.' . &hiei.s, Auctioneer.
April 4th, 1872-vl. .
WILL talce notice, Emma P. Hatcb.tbat An
drew J. Hatch, did on the 2nd day of April, A. V.
172, file hU petition in the oiKce of the Clerk of the
Court of Common Pleas, within and tor the County
of Preble, and .State of Ohio, charging the said
Emma P. Hatch with adnltery with one Theodore
J. Smith, and asking that tie may be divorced
from thetinid Emma P. Hatch, which petition will
scan a lor nearrnp? ai tne next lerm oi k;iiu uoan.
Bated thus iud day of Airil. A. 1). 17:!.
ANDREW J. HATCH,
By Cixas. J. Darlixotox, his Att'y.
April &, U72 w
JLtitnber ! JLutnber! .
To Ths Public,
r.CSIITSCIT CHAMBEE3 & CO.
KEEP for sale at LOW EST MABKET FKICES
PISE. POPULAB and ASH Flouring. Drassetl
I'lue.und Popular Sldelng, lreseel Asu 1'ine and
POrLAH FINISHIJfS LUMBER.
MOL'LUINliS. KllIXIILEd. LATH.
STAllt BALLUaTEKS, NEWEL POSTS, Ac.
Are also prepared to furnish
DOORS. WINDOW PRAMTTS. BASH PANEL.
anil Batten Dours and to SAW up, MOULD UK
'l l'll.N LUMHER t order. We tiileu.t to make it
to t te liiterf.t of those ueedimr anyLlnrt ia our
line to deal with us.
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOB DBY
POPLAK AJfD ASH LUMliJSK.
liOBiNSOX, CUAMBliKS & CO,
.Katoa, .pru l, lavi. ll
Oianere in Partnership.
The Klrm ol KOB1J490N & CHAMBKRS. Ktton
rih n. him thlt d. IV chunked. WILLIAM MOOHK
having become a partner by purohasin a part of
j. j. itijriBMjfi" iniereBi in uia urtu. 1 ne
name of the tiviii will hereacer be known as ROH
1NSON CIlAMSKItS CO. Momhers conmoiiii?
ine 11 nil j. j. it ' ' ill ri . ; AMizi i.. v.il A ji-
BtKUll(l W JLljJul A M JIOOHB.
UUBlKSUN , UHaMBEBS & CO.
March SS, 1S7J-W3
TVT OTICIi Iu pursuance of an order
JJ ol'tiieFroo:iteCoiirl of Preble Coun
tv. Ohio, I will offer at -public auction
on the premise, in the village of Euphe-
nna. on the 30tu day ot April, a. jj
1J572. at two o'clock, P. M. The follow
ino- described Real Estate, situate in the
couiuy of Preble and State of Ohio, to-
wit. J-iOts nuniBerw, a, ana ot as
known and designated on the plot of
the village of Euphcruia, free and unin
cumbered of dower estate of the said
Leah Sloan, in said premises. Apprais
al at $ . Terms of Sale One-third
in hand, one-third in one year, and one
third in two years from the day of sale,
with interest from the day of sale. The
Payments to be secured by Mortgage up
on the premises sold.
Adm'r of William Sloan, dee'd.
IIubbakd & Freeman,
Attorneys for administrator. '
March 28, 187a.-tds.
Iiiooirpoi'jiteci iit 18-48.
Insures Only Farm Property in Ohio.
Only one Fire in a plice guarantees ita
Rendering its policies the best
Remember We Insure
Rates Lower than CompaniesDoing a General Business
fir lliMili Dollars
investment a farmer can make.
Farm Property Only.
O. 13. HOLB2ES, Agezit.
Office of Preble Co. Aq. Sociftv, )
Eatou O., March Oth, 187. f
AT a meeting held tins day by the
Board of Directors of srUJ Society.
the following action was taken, viz:
PREMlTJJCd ON F1KLD CittJl'S.
Best 5 acres of .Corn 1st Premium, $20,00
2nd Premium, - . lu.OO
Best 1 acres of Wheat 1st Prem. 10,00
2nd Premium, ' 5.00
Best 1 acre of Barley 1st Prem. 6,00
2nd Premium, S.00
Best 1 acre of Flax-Seed, 1st Prem. 8,00
2nd Premium, 4.00
Best 1 acre of Oats 1st Premium, 6,00
2nd Premium, 3,00
Best H acre of Potatoes 1st. Prem. 5,00
2nd Premium, 2,uu.
Due notice of time for. making entries
for above premiums will be hereafter
given. The jrrounfl In the -above crops
will oe required to oe measurea uy a
competent ptirty, unit a certificate fur
nished to Uoaru oi same competing pat
ties will also be required to furnish to
Boarii certified statement showing the
time of sowing or planting, the charac
ter of tbe soil, the quality and kind of
fertilizers used, andthe manner of cul
By order of the Bard,
JAMES L. C1IAJ1BERS,
Mar. 21, 1872.w3 Sec'y
Auditor's Offick, Preble Coustt, )
I.1 ...... . v. . 1. T 1 . is-n .
OTICE is hereby given that sealed
x proposals will be received at this
office up to iioon of April 12th, next, for
the erection ol a serviceable -wroujarlit
iron britlije across iTices Creek on the
National Koad in Monioe- Township,
span 100 leet, iron lloor 0eaiu, road way
.10 leet in the clear.
Also, for the necessary masonary in
cluding the excavations..
Also, for the earth woric or approaches.
Plans and specifications emi be seen
at (his office on and after March 20th.
The Board reserves the ri"ht to reject
any or all bids.
By order ot the t;oTnn?i8ioners.
W. J. BAl: HISEK, Aud.
March 14. !S7w4. -
NOTICE is hereby given that the un
flersisrned has been duly appointed
and Qualitted as Administrator of the es
tate of Jacob tianewer, late of Harrison
town -hip, Preble county Ohio, deceas
ed, ANDREW 110USE, AduiT.
NOTICE is hereby given to all per
sona having cla.nn against the Es
tate of Fi M. Klinsre)-, -deceased, late of
West Alexandria, Pse'de county, to pre
sent tlieui imniedi.it', ly ior adjustment.
JUUA t;. IKK-K, AUDIT,
of Estate of IV M. Kli uger , dje'd
March 21, 1872w3 -.
BUY THE BEST!
A. HEALTH rRFKKVERI
A TIME SAVKR!
. , BOA I AND FUEL SAVER
STEAM AS ANAGfiKT.
eThe rIvant.ia:o of this machine are
1. It is small. U does not slop; oimi be wed In
l. It ts easily worked; a child of tn years can
opemt the Vusr.
3. It secures ail the well known benefits of using
suds boiling hot. ISo tMJin of clothes required.
4. There is much les wrar to tbe garment than
there is when friction is appliel.
5. It is cheap; so cheap that when Its value is
known, the price cannot stand In the way of any
family wishing to purchase one. - -
. it does the whol work washing, rlnslnr and
blueing, without tbe use of a wash-lab or wash
board. 7. The Wriujrpf Is scrf-adjnstlnir, nnd Is capable
of wrlnsrinir any article of rlolhing from a lace coi-
lar to me neavieai xu onui.
W'm. thf nndersiirnefi. hnvintr tested the efliciencx
of Knox's Practical Washing M:u'blne and Clothes
puWl.c As a lau(r-s;tvinff machine it mr surpasses
ati tflrifr of the kind we Imve ever seen: while it
wu-Ws n injury to the clothes, but cleans them In
the Quickest and stinnlest manner possible. Any
riiiyer. TaKe pieiksiire in rwcomnifiuiing it to the
ordinary wanhitt; can be dotie io from two tm three
nours, anil ice iiuor is noi iiliijc jmparvi to iiibl
neccstry by ant other mole,
most perfect of all tbe Washing- Macbioes evex
:. e consider ii ioe
riecs oi (Mi
; to our notice.
!XrS. II . J 11. J-JXX JJf U lJX Ci y
If t HTJT 4 TTITTI TT
M. E. BliOOKlJSS.
MARY A. WAGGONER.
A LF RED D KNN.Y.
JACOB CHRISTM AN.
II. B VAN A US DAL.
LEVI WYATT. -SALLY
Tor further information, address,
. . Xenta, Onto.
Who are prepared to furnish Machines on short
not ice, at wliulesale ami retail. RTKRRITOKK
tOS SALE, m Fli'TY AOBJslS WA.ME1J. .
C. Waggoner, Agent, :
March U, IBViom. UidN, OHIO. ,
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Cincin. Eaton & Richmond R.
Fastesgei Trains will ran on tills SoacU leaving
the several Stations u fallows:
Maii. TRAIN ljcave
.... : F.
ev.n "Mile ..
n.i W. Jnnction.
Arr. nt Cincinnati
D. W. Junction..
Arr. at Klclimond ..10.35
C'HICAOO EXPK'8 TM.
Hamilton ; 8.0-1
-ieven Mile ; 8.il
New Hope ,..SB
C. W. Junction.
CHlOiOO EXPR'S. A.M
I. W. Junction
n. mclaren, gap.
I. WrLLIAMS. Ass't SaDt.
- F. & F. M. MARSH. - -
Attorneys & Counselors Law
Eaton, M'reble to., v.
AIAj business, sueh as Settling Es
tates, Collecting Claims, preparing
Eesral Instruments Deeds, Jlortgao-es,
Articles of Agreements, &c.,&c., prompt
ly attended to. ieo. l, '73-yi.
WM. T. KELLY. 1 T. J. FAULKNER
EELLY & rATJLEITES,
REAL ESTATE Aants
'. LEWISBFRG, PREBLE COUNTY, OHIO.
Will attend promptly to the sale of all
Real Estate intrusted to their care.
Persons bavins: Property for sale or
wishin? to purchase will tlo well to srive
us a call. Will attend to making Deeds,
Offick. With . J. l auttner son,
dealers in Woolen, Goods, lwisburg.
Feb. 15, 1872. 2m.
The "Excelsior School Seat Manufac
turing Company" will pay
S-aO Cash per IBL.
5000 to 200,000 Feet
Green Walnut Lumber,
sawed 1J inches thick, to be delivered
at their Lumber Yard, in Eaton.
- VII. BSOOKE, Secretary.
Eaton, February, 'li, 1872.-tf.
GRAIN AND SEEDS.
THE Undersigned would call theatiMition
of the farmers of Preble county
to the fact that they have established
themselves in the Grain business at the
VanAusdal Warehouse, south of east
ilaiii Street railroad crossin?;, where
we will give the highest market irice
for Grain and Seeds.
HORMS DOTY, Prop'r
Main St, Odd FollowsBSock,
Stablinar for K'O Horses. Liverv
all hours. Free Omnibus to and from
all rains, by S. li. Sample.
Jan. 4, 172. yl.
WEMAKKJOB PRIN TTNO A FPFXIAI.ITy
ANU VO IT ON" THB SUOBXlCdT OTIO
IVB U A TiW
Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION.
DECEMBER 3d, 1871.
So, 8 So. 10-
Cincinnati 7.45 a. m.j 7,00 p. m.
Richmond, 10.00 a. iu. I lO.oi p. iu.
Hairerstown,. 11.33 a. m. I ln.os p. m.
Kew Castle i.M p. in. I 11.43 p. m.
Anderson, . 1.1 p. m. 1 12,20 a. n.
Kokomo, , - S.S6 p. iu. I 2.00 a. m.
I.og.nisiiort, .. 4.15 p. m. I 3.20 a. m.
La t'roese S.40 p in. I S.25 ft. m.
Chicago 0,45 p. ru. S,U0 a. in.
S O I N M SOUTH.
j so. i. yo. n.
l.a Crosse,.. ..
7.45 p. m. I
3.00 a. in.
IU.4S p. in,
1. 00 a. m.
2.00 a. ni.
3..'i2 a. in.
4.40 a. m.
5.19 a. m.
5.5.', a. in.
9.20 a. iu.
1.20 p. m
5.45 p. m.
- b.-ai p. in
9.56 p. IU.
Vo. n arrives State T.lne at 9.55 P. M.. and No. 10
.t it IA A Af X',. 1(1 li.aviM nhlcnyn lnliv. except
atnrrtay. All other Trains start .tsaiiy, tr.
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
Columbus and Indianapolis Division.
No. 2. .No. I No. 10.
Hru llord Jtn.,
8.00 p. m. 1
l.ou p. m.
2.)8 p. in.
ji.52 p. in.
a.: 5 p. m.
4..V; p. ni.
7.3h p. in.
0.JO p. IU.
I. 45 a. m.
10. iu a. m.
II. Jl a. id.
9 -TO a. m.
6.00 p. IU.
7.17 p. m.
8. u7 p. in.
9. 18 p. m.
9, 5 p. m.
Vti p. m.
ll.iH p. iu,
12.15 a. m.
l.Oi a. ni.
2.;M) a. m.
UMS p. IU.
1.J4 p. m.
1,39 pa IU.
2.2:1 p. m.
3.2a p. 111.
4.U3 p. in.
; 4.48 ). III.
I 6.10 p. m.
PlUUfc. . .
I y.-ia a. m.
nt.25 a. ni.
11.42 a. in.
l.4r p, m.
1.24 p. m.
2. ;5 p. m.
3. U0 p. in.
8.25 p. ni.
4.5 a. m.
a.32 a. ni.
6.1 1 a. m.
7.i4 a. m.
D.10 p. ni.
9. 18 p.
in..". 1 p. m.
I 7.4j a. iu.
I 8.03 a. in.
I 9.10 a. iu.
1 11.07 p.
4.27 p. m. 1 12.67 p. m,
y.sz a. 111.
ll.'H a. m.
0,45 p. ni.
5.14 p. m. 1 a.
b.2.' p. ni. I 2.46 a.
2.20 p. iu. 1 12.00 m.
Nos; 2 Hiiil 7 ruu Dally;
All oilier Trains Daily.
Ooa. Put fc TMkt A'.
TS S W E-. I R r.it
'PHE iindprRiimed wonld repeclfulir Inform hi.
old friends in EntHi mid nrroimf!ii onntry.
Mint lie has purchased Hie U)ck of Urocrlesof C,
aud .1. Hnifttnuffli,- nl "111 pontlnne t tholr ola
lUlld to suppl-r all rh re In uecd 'f ' . ..
At hstiw' nflrcs us any nther honse In Eaton. Cos .
sibling In part ot s
COKFP.Ki TEA, S'lCf ' ' .'
AUIIOMl hiai-j, . nan
' CAlimW, NUTS,
G L AfeS W Alt b,
rX)lHt, BACOK, Witb MKAI., nd CTerr other
tireiclc U3iia!ly kvvt Ju.a Orot-try ilor.. lie will
txij tlie hlcHesc markm plc in cab or trad tm
; ?ri twooix
.1. l.. Qvtss . .1......... 1 ..S. J. gfis
EATGN STEAM ELEVATOR
fo - s .
virRAIN AND SEED!
or AI.I. KIt.00.
From their lonir expprience thejr claim to tuidsrr
fitainl lli fcaMueHS and to bo ble thereby to c.rrf
it on so m tob? rtf to thPinselrw nnd prolrtrtble t
farmers. Callat their waretiattn. west of KaUroa -'
Depot. ,v...... ... , t:Qt,Kil SON.'
T. 8. TM mr.tEST CiBH 1'UICB PAID FOR .
LEAF TCtpACCO. . Jan. 1.J .
Wl KTERS & v HILL.
I:i ite aLtentloii to their tock of' faM-
11.Y G KocKKUis and pboduCk, of which,
they keep a full and cprnpleto Stock aX
their old stand on m .- v . . .: v.
Baron Stree t Eaton,' ; 0.
We flatter ourselves that we .can- sell .
as low as any other house in town, and.
will keep always on hand the oest Dranaa
of '- - ' - - - - '
PROVISIONB VKOlSTABIEa. 11KOKM .-.
SPICES, TJCAH, . ,
(JOllBE, - - j SAlflSS, . ... , ..
, UCTTK-ft. ' .ClIEliK.
FAMILY FCODB, LOKS MIAL, A RICK -
'' . . . ,-. .. ALSO . - . -
Salt by the HarreL
The patl-onase of the jprtblic is solicited, '
ian 11. igj yi. ,
ISr u'e Store.
,. An entire New Stock of -.-it ;
DftTTfWI. " ' 7)Tft BTTTFUr. PT5RFHMM
' 8TATIONEKY. TOIWST ARTIICLKS,
; 1 and l-ArtST jiKnicixiii, puaa
vrtrvaixj run iixj-a. ui iritJi. .
The-management under the'coiltrol ' '
Tm. T, Hubbeil, favorably" known fot "
over tweuty'rears as a reliable andcar
f ut Druggists;' ' His' old ' customers and ;
new ones will be waited on at all litfura.
clay or night with great pleasure.. ..r
flUiSCIUPilONS C'ARtFCLLY UOMPOUNDKD -.
J. Do'ohoe & Co.
Eaton, Jan. 4 1872, rati .
Johx -aCaxpbell Tab. a.Oilmo
Campbell &c Cxxlmpie, ; C . ;
(Successors to eilmore CairvbU m:
tNOTARlfi'o PODLl li
Land & Government Claim
BZrOBLce at the old stand on Batroo Streets tt
Jan. 1. 1S70. . ...... .
ta ( 'fViT.AjM-iT'ino' wairbn 'Intended for
general purposes, where si light wagon
& required.. It makes a very ueat
I la suitable for both farmers and grocer '
and excels as a - '
s-RTjmrcs KACSIITB wagoit.-
Being lighter than the Ordinary kind,
and is made of the oest quality of mater
ial throughout and ' v - ' '
ah ih.nrinniniil -.arrui7e makers keep
them. Send for descriptive catalogue to
the manufacturers. . jVi.
5. IL . BE3W cayton, u. ., ,.
Feb 8, .18 w 3... .... . - , .. . ;
V Iff exrer Firm H :
' -;" . ' AT . ,
I R E S S L E R'S OLD STAND.
K ester & Laiigc,
Carriage, Ittigfry, .
They wonld fall ttw atwntloii of their friends as
Of Carriages. Buggies &c.
Special attention paid to Eepairiag.
rsrGivE us a CALii.5Sf :
' KESTER &LAHCE,
rcbruarr 85, lSTi-yrl . -i .., .,, r .
.. New Manufactory . '
SADLERY AHO HARNESS tt
HAU" Orii.NKl A. :' ,
SADDLE HAENESS SHOPI.
in the Xortb. Koon of '! :
; COD FELLOWS' BUILDING,
,. . . : .. i.QK CHEBftV STREKT, . i. '. t
And proposes to 1 11 kind of work in
i . - . his line, ia the i
Verr Eest aad Latest StyloV
Call and Examine Worfc
Eaton, Feb. 16, 1872-6m "
ear FUNERAL CARDS CAN BE
PROCURED AT THIS OFFICH
WITH NEATNESS ts DESPATCH