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Ii, G-. G-OUIiD, Edittr.
April 1, 1S73.
Rail Road Conference.
A conlort uce was In-tl in ref
erenee- a Kail Roml from Ea
fi'oifj.tp Given ville, at the Toty
House, in KutOn, on Tuesday, the
22d in&f. The Cinchinnli, Ham
ilton arid Dayton Kail Uo:vl wat
represented y IX aIcIarex," Pre
sident und M tsars. IIitntisgtox,
West and Lewis. Directors.
Judge Allen and T. J. Mkekek,
represented . Greenville, and
Messrs. Gilmore, Halves, Foos,
Bpookk ' and EinsN represented
Eaton. After a full discussion of
iio- 'subject, the following was
: "greed upon ' as a proper couise
in be pursued.
First. That the C. II. & D. II.
Ii. will t oueo put a competent
t-ngiiu-er upon tlie line frni Ea-
rsjmwGeeji virile to ascertain by
v. j measurement and estimates the
probable c.Gt ot constructing a
first clas9 lioad from Eaton to
s , "(jreeijrille,. iu order to enable it
to determine ,w hether it will ac
cept aid as stock or donations at
the rate of $4000 per mile,' and
buHd the road..
Second. The C. II. & D. will
still hold itself ready and willing
to conumute a liberal arrange
ment with the Cincinnati & Greut
Northern ' Kail Road, forming a
general business on fair terms
from Eton;to Cincinnati.'
Third. That if the Cincinnati
fc Great .Northern Rail .Rood de
clines to build the road from
Greeuvltld to Eatou, yvhh the aid
., 4 offoredor rathi-r. fails to bind it
' self by contract to be entered into
within sixty lays from this date;
then if tho engineers report is
favorable, the C. II. & D. at the
expiration of said sixty days will
undertake and construct, and
'operate the road from Eaton to
. .Greenville on the terms proposed,
viz : aid to be rendered at the rate
Of $4000 per mile.
Fourth. The citizens of Darke
and Preb'e on the line, will ren
der . aid to either of tho above
named Compares at the rate of
$4000 per mile - . , ;
Thereupon the services of -JaS.
"V. Acton wiis secured as Engi
neer,: aim the survey win at
once proceed. ;
The Salary Steal.
: . 'Tho editor of the Eaton "Reg
ister," is the first person we ever
knew that undertook to. .attach
the. odium of the. passage of an
infamous bill upon the minority,
Is the Editor aware that the sal
ary teui t ill, to which he pro-
lesses some objections, uras con-
coctcd in the White House, and
-r-aVthe.rre8ider,t of. his choice
:'..fVna'ffecjion8v hiftiaelf lobbied
. - - 1.
secure it. ''passage? Does he
t .u . . 1 .1 .
tnow that out ot the thirty se-
en millions of people in the Unu
.-t, .ui -..-i.i;.,
T.ko.M.. ..i ,a 1A
;1uv...v..s, KuU,u uavCi,.c-
vented the robbery by refusing to
sign' the bill? If he is aware of
this, with what conscience does
he undertake to fasten theodiuni
upon a few of the Democratic
Representatives who mertly reg-
ised the will of the L resident,
und who have had but ?3,000
cash out of tho fffeat nlunder
' . : i
whereof his portion was S100,-
.OOO-felt will not do Mr. Morris,
j U4of6lfr&! !V ?fi1ftthin ieco
in iniatiious rast'iiuiy ana roboery
from the shoulders of a Republi
can President and a Republican
Congress upon a few Democrats.
. ( . The Republicans have both
branches of Congress and the
1'resident, and could have pre-
vented the measure, but were too
eugcr for the plunder, and upon
..' . .ti. . .
i .em me people win justly pla-.-e
uie ouium, especially ou the
1M : . .1. i .1
ia inoiuiiiiy uiat me 1
Northern and Southern branches 1
ot th'e Methodist Church, divided
on account of the slavery ques
tion; vvill, now that the subject
of. difference uo longer exists,
again unite and become one or
prali izati 0; The prospect is one
which hhoukl be pleaeinjf 'o
It thundered, lightnirfged and
raii.ed on Tntfdav night; Wed-
neaday morning jlHeeted and
snowed until everytninnf was
i.gain made white with th :'behu
1 it'ul snow" Fine'cJimate'.this
toriiher matrimonyror siiiciJci
: 'ii i.9;'
Ii..vtl liuuu b ol-'llJI(iVi;;iJlilll a 1 "
For tho Democrat.
In the last iasuonf the Regis
ler, KYb"t Miller, Esq., laments
over h's defeat as . Delegate to
the Ccnsliinliuiial ' Convention;
conjuring or applauding the vo-
tcrri of eonie tttwnsliips for their
action. This is unkind iu him,
and not calcinated to harmonize
the disturbed element of any
party in thf -future, lie and his
'4ilrihritg frienQ!' s! ould have
known lie was not, for Tiany rea-
Hons, the choice of a majority of
tne Kepublican pany, m the peo
pie, irrespective or purJj. lite
mis-representation of the facts by
the ouicura t.-i the convention and
the wil h holding them front the
11 g uter, in regard to the true po-.
Bitioii ot. ilr. 'Uurnct, and the
studied ostracism of Air. I5.be
causu of conjectured reiigi
ious opinions did much to swell
Mr. liiilers vote. In the latter,
gross sind - wicked in justice was
uine Mr. jiarner. Great pains
were' taken ly friend 'f Mr.
Millar, to induce tiie.hoJieft.hut
Mr. Darnet was an Atheist did
not believe in a God! When
the fuels are, he does, & is of the
Universal creed. but vvheth
er he bAi ht if,-Dt i:-t r Cliria-
tiui, -it is uSwise, a-it is impo
lite lo make a test ot any man
religious belief in the 1" tee of the
Declaration of Independence and
Constitutions of theUnited State?
and. of the Siate of .'Ohio; which
are explicit :u guaranteeing to
every citizen the right of free re
ligious ihonghr, and requiring no
religions test for any office
The truth i-, there are other
and many reasons, why Mr. Dar
net was elect d. He is on of the
people, 'honest as the day is long.'
ihough i3tracised many year?
ago, because of his liberal religi
ous views, bis expanded mind
and acknowledged integrity, na
turally drew the reflective minds
of the masses, irrespective .r par
ty, to him aa the man for the
place. This general wish of the
people was well known, but the
party hacks ever on the' alert,
for the vantage ground, aimed
to circumvent the will of the peo
ple, by calling, and in part pack
ing the convention, as 13 quite
common with ail cor.vin ions of
the present day; when the true
interest of the parly as well as
the people did not demr.hd r.ny
party nomination. ; Again, a re-
spectablo minority, if not a ma
jrrily of the Republicans of thia
couuty,'have become sickened at
the suicidal acts of the King-mas
ters m control ot the party s in
terest for the past four years. A
rusual retrospect of their, wrong
doings might be useful in the fu
tare. Look back if 'you please
for years, and the glaring truth
ftares us in the face, that too of
ten the known will of the people
lias been disregarded by our
Delegates in Convention, and
the lower grade, for moral worth
and intellectual accumen, elected
to omces of the highest trusts, a
number of whom defaulted, whilst
others degraded. The powers
that ruled were oiten admonish
ed to regard, not dif regard the
will of the people. But the few
. .... 1
6toet witft 11 gotten pa ronage
ci luuru ini unit utiao j kU vvil
known willof the peo ile; and
then threatened to ex -co mm un
.. . - . :. 1
Jcate the old war: horses of the
i ir-r.ix-.-li .1 ..
V"" ' '" ";,ei?
crimes, by a hearty support of
pecUiat'ors and dishonest , ofSce
holdrS and seekers. Mr. Miller
K hnnflSt m.n 'i, nt Mm.
- r- .
r lit j I
loca iAr 01 VI 11 o K 1 1 a A aiiutAaf I
to tl.o i 0ffl4 or di.hnZ,at
on party consideration. Bor, if
; r I, j ' , f ,u n;
Gazette, which is good authority,
ho should hvi.Wrnn.lthnr. whAn-
ever a Convention fail tn RAlt
' v I
those competent in every respect
tnrtvfitrn Rt. OP fft,,. tnJ
tho nf ihi. oo.,tiinDna ftt,o
neotd 'then tl?e nMia-ation. to
f . ; . : -r
vote the party ticket is. severed
anu each voter lett tree to act tor
himufclf. Thn mln A,iil,fU
Dim ued will iusure an aeeenta-
tabl-i ticket, especially if discrim-
nation ia nmdn in favor nf th
oualified noor or afflieterl. A n.
other thing, If thing it may be
called, had its . influence with
many Republicans ' in tho late
election: The dishonesty of our
public servants, local and nation- is
al. It is unsafe, at any time, to
cl.t'10 any one with too much
! 1 n t- o c f i nr...niil. I
bUity. Th-I8 j3 raani(e8t in olIr
County. State and National
administration; and all been user
tho rinfinle ImvA lmntn tho rn I
r ' " .
wiiJiiior dupes-of Uorners and
Rings, in high, as well as in
low places, bhort settlements
make lonsf frinds, and tho Gov-
ernment or people in this day of 1
degeneracy with our ouicials be
cause of their love of mony. must
to the one 01 rirht, in-
luimrated by the whiars of 1836
mid 1840, and which the Democ-
nicy were required of necessity
aoopt, notation, in omce," ty
ana select none out those known
b honest, faithful and capa-
hie." Had these time honored
land marks been the rule of our
actiou, the past ten or twelve
years, the Uredit JMobilier and by
oacK-pay swiume, as wen as our
many minor swindles and public j
robberies, including the great
crime of -buying places of trust
and profit and corrupting the
elections with accnmnlavod or ill
gotten ga'wif we as a people,
would not have to mourn for the
Nation's present disgrace. These
great wrongs can and will be
made right, either in or out of
party. Tho masses are disposed,
to do right and eventually, ;wil .
The- worst feature of our present
politics, controlled with money,
is, that it is a barrii'i' to the: as
plrations of the poor man, how
ever well qualified. These great
political evils must and will be
corrected by the unpnrchable
yeomanry aud toiling -millions
"The hewers of wood and draw
ers of water.'' A Republican.
For the Eaton Democrat.
Gasper Township Farmers
of tra-le, a.ul that the
Pursuant to adjournment, the
(rasper Townsip Farmer's Union,
met ut the Township Home for
the purpose of electing perma
nent ofiicrrn lor the organization
to serve for tho n-rm of one-year.
On motion .John 'H. CimpbeU,
wo.., appointed Ch. inuri'M, and
Henry iShideier, KecroiHry.-
Thereupon the Union ppK.-eedi.-d
to ballot for Oflicers, wiiich re-
sulteJ in the tied inn or tien-v
Shideler for Prcsdiei.t, John B.
CaniT'bell, Esq.. Vn-e Pi esident.
B. D. Moses, i'-sn., tVMG'arv, and
1. IV Webb, TroaMir.-r
The comrnittiee cnitwlg oi
B. D. Mos. s, Thomas Biinc'i and
Samuel B. DuiGeid, rprointed at
a previous meeting., and ins! ruct
ed to report resolui io:in ; expres
sive of the object a:il purposes
I ine Union. re;-rt'u i n, roi
lowing KesoI ilionJ which were
adopted by a unaioiu t-.s v.ite.'
onr Committee suimut for
your consideration tin' tidlowing
preamble and resolution?:
Whereas the b'isine s of the
American Farmer has reaped to
render a reasonable c-'tnpensa-ticn
for the arduous !ibour per
formed by him: And capital iu
vested in farms is f.dMug "To re
turn a reasonable inteie-t; whilst
labor employed in olin.r brauc'ies
of industry is be:ng bountifully
awarded, and capital invested is
yielding large dividends; and
knowing that agriculture. i the
foundation interest of the Conn-
try; an interest which is the
source of supply of the. physical
wauts. of all claoS.S. Aud not
only are all other eDterprires de
pendent on it tor the prosperity
they enjoy. But o.tr Govern
ment is largely indebted to the
American Farmer; not only for
material aid in producing wealth
and assisting to pay the vast ex
penditures of the government;
but for the reliance that can be
placed in the sturdy yeomen of
the Country In the Lour of mod.
No other class of Citizens deserve
the protection and fostering care
of the government more than
this wealth produiiug class, and
we. are sorry to say hoik;, has re-
cejved les. And IrfJieving that
there 5 now and ha been ,for
years past, a ring oiga nidation or
association of utiprincipn d capi
i.u 1 in La 111 uiu 1 11 it 1 v. wurr. v
h . wealth. ' tWenl it.Hu-
enco are interfering wiih:the
- . .
!aw9 of nl a'ui tK-maml, have
" consequence thereof ceased to
11 x 1 m hi irn . in our !infinirj
... fv, .u , , , ',
and that they are theichv enabled
to get tlie products of 0",r toil at
e- i, , . , .
a pi-;ce that doe. not .pay tor it
productioi.; and Dy the same uij
wormy - means 10 sen ai, a ingu
Pcei and by 1m3 . arrangement
the consumer scomnelkd to nav
extortiona - .e prices, and specma-
tors., are enubled to pocket un
, , , r .
reasonable large irohts,- and
Whereas, Farmers have given
all tne aia iu their power to bu lid
Kail Roads for the purpose of af
p ji & 1 . 1 . t r
truing iuein a speeuy anu cneap
means of transi orcin-r his pro
docta to market iind t hereby ad-
"g 10 aia prosi.erity. we now
4..t u. .1 .
Ht.'!i;;l-,u . bC1 '."ua ie"'a in,e
1 capitalists, and
thereby competition in the car
ryg business v. i'i be destroyed
.and the, rates ot ireijrhts aud
passenger fare will he increased
to such an extent as to oppress
We know that money ia now
er, and we also know that there
a tendency in our country to
ward building up a moneyed ar
istocraoy; or a consolidation of
TOQlt.Vl K 1 p Vi w 1 ! 1 lilllaaa daAh
v . . . u i.AiA 1 1 I v a O DUWli
checked wield a powerful influ
ence in shaping lecislation
Theiefore, Resolved, That the
ohiect of the fJas:ier Tnwnshin
, " -r . . '. l
farmers Union. snail he:
First, To discuss questions re
lating to the best method ot J? ar m
Second. The best breeds of
domestic animals; and the best
mode or ej-stem of raising aud
fattening the same.
Third. The best system of ro
tation in crops, and the best
method of increasing the eapaci
of the soil for production
Second. Ke-iolved, t hat it
shall be the purpose of the Union
consider all other questions
relating to the interest of acrri-
culture generally. Hoping that
the united wisdom aud expe-
rience 01 tarmers to he able to de-
viae ways and means, by which
this the first and greatest inter
ests of our'count: y may take its
position among all others that its
importance demands; and by
these meauB we hope and expect
to improve the moral intellectual
and pecuniary condition of the
Arnei icii-n Farmer.
.Third. Resolved, That whilst
we are ready to , admit that the
fiia!ial condition of the coun
' try "is sucli that shrit-kage of val
hif would ensue, we are inclined
to the opiuion that there are oth
er causes combined with this that
are bringing distress and ruin on
the Farmer. For the reason that
if that was the only cause there
certainly would be a correspond-1
ing shrinkage in the value of all
other productions; which we
know is not the caee. For whilst
we are furmshing the manufac
turer of farm implements with i
cheap bread and meat for him
self ; and operatives, we are
compelled to pay about the same
pricu'for machinery we id when
we It ad an itiflated cirreney,and
the price of farm products were
Feu: tb.v Resolve 1, That when
we sirv .e?d!ed on to pay tlie sum
of 0175,00 6r'$200,00 for a Reap
er, $70,00 or $80.00 for a Grain
Drill, from twenty-two to twenty
sevrm dollars t'.r a breaking
l'iow, and from seventy to eighty
dollars for a Sewing machine and
eery:hing else in the same pro
portion; we simply know hat we
are hung imposed upon.
Fifih." Rvsolved, Tl a- it shall
ba our determined purpose to op
pose by all .honorable means all
.Ring-1, Associations or Combine
ions of men who may organize
fr the purpose of interfering
with the n.itural laws of trade,
or; for- the purpose of procuring
Si.tth. ."Resolved, That we
believe that the favors of govern
ment tike the dews ot Heaven
should fall equally upon all
?t-Oi' -motion, the Secretary was
ordered'to have the proceedings
i-f 'tjie .meeting aud the Resolu
tions. published in the countv ¬
JOHN B. CAMPBELL,
HENRY SHIDELER, Sec. Chr.
Fifteen female doctors of mod
leine hav been commissioned to
b iij- gigs in Philadelphia.
France will be freed from Ger
man oSwUpaiion next September.
Pope Pius IX is reported dy-
msr. no h past ou years or are.
HO! FARMERS HO!
We, the undersigned, are Agents for the
BUG 1KT IU Y E
-. Riding or Walking-
IX THE TOW.V.iHlI'S OF
Jackson, Jefleraon, Washington and Munroe.
They have bten tested andfearxf,
April 24, 1S73-W6. F.ATON, O.
K. iTHEf 4yA
BIT MAIL. 25 CENTS)
' 11. PARK BOW;
W. C. NELSON.
Bj, Sell all kinds of property at Auction. Satls
faetion gnarftntced ill all cases,
i'eb. 20. UJ73-tf. W. C. NELSON.
John aCampbell . .. J as. A.OjLMons
Campbell & Gilmore,
(Successors to Gilmore A Campbell,)
.2 TTOISF, YS .1 T XjJI If
Land & Government Claim
JlTiS-Offlce at theold stantt on Harrvn Street.
W. . E. filbert's
BOOT & SHOE
"W". E. Fiibkiit would rfespectftally
nimoutire to tlie citfrens of Eaton, ami
RurrvTuiidliiff conntry, that he 1ms just
Boot k Shoe Store
Bt3t, In Michael Filbert's New Build
Injf. Corner of Mnin & Cherr Streets,
All My Work War
to srlre entire satisinc tion.
Cu-.toin work made to orrir.
My niotti is: --f-iood .stock.' '-Oood
Work," 'Small l'rofltx" and "Quick:
Sales.1' Pleuae call and see. ,
W. E. Jt JLBERT. '
Aug." S3. 1372-JT. L
Gome! Come! Come!
.V' 3 COMMERCIAL BliOO Ii!
For Cheap Goods of all
,. . . .........
' Special Bargaine m
i. HALF. HOSSS7 and '
At such low Figures it makes a
Our Stools of
And in fact everything in the
OUilTGCK OF CARPETS IS LARUE,
AND ALL WE ASK
If the prices and styles don't compete with any Ilouse in South
ern Ohio, don't buy it.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
20,000 lbs. Wool Wanted.
April.24, 18f3,w2. ."
Kinds Styies.antl Tricts.
O - ,
IN - THIS MARKET.
fellow wink to think about it.
Dry Goods line can be had at
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R.
Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R. RAILWAY LINE.
Tr.-i.;- :' .K, iwl-jp
f! ' : .-: ( -r:
7 i.'.'.v ;?' v in'.-r.!,;, 1 h ce,n(,rr,l,
t'.Vf. . 5,00 '. J.
orl ,'Jf rcia. I - i Txalnl.
ViAft TjlSlS LK.VK JiAll. TAX.V X. A V .
A.M. .. .. v.
Clnctnnatl t.;;. n'moi. .-...-. ..fl.so
Htnnliion v.sij I). .5- V. Junction. ..e.:u
St'Vcll Mil1 (..-t7 WtM1p .,5
ColiMsviil v. :i: FlorcnT C.f.o
Soiiifrvtlh- !l.:?4 Ni-w ll;e ti.ts
Caimlcii ....1U-U4 I'nlon . 7.o,
Il:irnet.s 10.10 Barnpfs 7.28
Eaton 1(1.31 Cainilfn 7.49
New Hope k...ll.40 Hmfrvf l?f. .: 7..T5
Florence 10.47 Collili?vir.e 7.4
Westville J0..'4 hrven'MHe 7.54
D. A W. Junction-. . .11.08 Hamilton 8.24
Arr. at Richmond ..11.15 Arr. at Cincinnati . . 9.35
ClIICAOO EXI-B'8 F.M- ClIIOAOO EXPB'S. A.Jf
Clnctnnat! 8.0" ll'c'inonl r..'.0
Hamilton R.t)3 t. AW. Junction ... 5.48
Scvfii Alfle d.-il Vt'fctvilie 5.:.2
Colllnsvllle 9.5 I'lor-.-n'.-c ...o.nsi
SoinerTllle .9.38 New Hope !.2.-i
Camden t.18 Kalon o,0s
Burnet's ,: 15arnt'8 B.40
Eaton ll).-,3 Camili'n 0.47
New Hope 10.2:i Somcrv'llo 7.01
Florence 10.31 Oolllnavllle H.47
Westville 10.S Seven Mile
I. & W. Junction 10.4!) Hamilton 7.15
Ulc.limoinl .10.55 Cincinnati.. 8.20
P. M 5 A. M
Rffjlimnrt, 7 4nRchT?or d ..9 00
I. W. Junction 7 arl)' fe W. Ju u-tion 9 UK
v tiviii, .... i.,.7 o.ivtfrvi!ie.......f.i.l
Flovenre. i .".(iKUtrt'cp.. i :"7
New Jlope.... ... iS fciNew Hcpe f Mi
r.smm ..b tw .nrm.vt... 10 31
jifrrnei s ;viisariit s.. n u
Cn:naen " :TCitnute:i ....H 2
So.'.'tMrvil 'e. ..-..S 0 'S')iniTv;.lt'. n 43
rontnsvi e 1 r'njniiinflviii... 13 0"
Sevon Mile. t SJlRcven Milt. J2 Hi
H.-i rlilon 4 (XUr.imlliou.. . .....1
' f. WflllE.V, Snpi.
L. WILLIAM VS Am 'l buin.
Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R. RAILWAY LINE. Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis
Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R. RAILWAY LINE. Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis RAILROAD.
CONDENSED TIME CARD,
RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION
OCTODE'U 27ih, 1872.
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H.ii 11. m. . a. m.
&.'-" p- ID. f 4. "XI a. m
6.00 p. m. f 5.25 n. m.
iv4Ui. m. I 8,tMa. iu
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Chicago . ..j
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Low: nsnort .....w.,.....
I i-ifi p. m. J 8.20 . m.
1 !'.?n p. ni, I D.-.0 a. m.
I .!;. ji. m. 1 l.so p. ni.
I l.-'O e. 111. I 2.25 i. r.i.
I 3. IK a. ni. I t.i 1 p. mi
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nt r..ia A. ,VT. No. tti lrvve Cli'rai'-o I)r l!y e-cf-p-ta
Sun'-l'-i'y y" AU otUer- "i""!1" ''-art Daily.' exepet
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
Columbus and Indianapolis Division.
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Plttsburif'i..,. : I i.m n. n. t..:i n,. n. I t.:n n. rn
Milfor-I Centers 1.1T p. m.l n.i.- a. n). I t.js !,. m:
Uubnpa. I i.io p. m. v.'.a: p. ir.. g.u r- m.
Pltliia.... 1 s..ip. iu. . ;.os . ni. 1 Mr. p. ni.
l.ralfurrt Jiiii., I a.y;.. 1 r-. p.-m. 9 t m
O wnvlio . j 4.:il p. in. 1 2.17 - m. (10.23 p.
Kicliiiionil j 6.10 p, ra. 3.23 p. m. I U.31 p. m-
Cumbrlfige. fi.. j lt.2.1p. m. 4.01 p. m. "2.14 n. m.
Inlci-.iK;.. ,,,. 1 7.up. m. 1 - .S4 K 1 ,.,0
TmllRrnpolto... I 8.V1 p. m. 1 fi.-.'.iT. m. y tM r.m.
. N'i. I..
liNlinnapoiia,.. I 1.1) a. m. I lnrai a. m.
IwiiiE-htHinwn,. 1 iV.'.o a. m. ill. 11 ri. rrl
( Kriilirniitc 1 tt.M a. m. I li'.-5 p. m.
Kichmonti ...... 7.2.1 r. m. I1.U4 p. ri.
Oranvfl.i,... s.ii . rr. I ;.r p. nr.
MrrtflfortI Jun, I o..':: n.-. 2.4r. p. ni.
Plnun j 9.S3k. 111. a.ir, p. rn.
J-rliaiii. ..... ( lo.Ka. ni. I 2I p. 111.
7.00 p. n..
fl.2'l p. in.
11.23 p. Ill
c.l.". p. .
1 Lis n. ni.
ii'.-fl p. in.
l.'.Sl p. rn.
1.24 n. ni.
Mtiforf'. -onrl I I7.1S n. ni. r..ihi p. m.
Coin minis I I'.lD-a. m. .40 p. m. r a.lR a. m.
Pitfslwirh I Mi p. m. i.-O a nt. H3 m.
Nos; nn-l 7 rnn Ua'lj-f
A.1I otlitfr Trl:iB Daily,
.. .. -' 1 -. y. rt SI '-T-.it ,
Gun. Tut . Tickitt As'l
, . .. T.
VanAusdal & . '. Harsiari,
23 SOUTH AIM STREET,
;.!..- .. o '
We are now receiving direct from
Factories largo invoices of Knglishaud
ifewest dlgus la r .
With Border & Siar to match.
Xcw and IItin-.lsoni- I'attems In .
Three l'y, ; ;
Tapestry Ingrauis. : '
Ex. Sup'r u
New Priced - 44
Venetian, Vool, Dutch.
Rag & Hemp, ,
Carpeti tt '
Floor Oil Cloth, all widths. . .
Kaga, Mats fe Hassocks.
Coir fe Canton Mattlnora,
An Elegant Stock of
Table Unens. Towels, Xapkins,
Iuylk'8, fcc, fcc,
JKST Which we retail at Wholesale Prices. -a
Elegrant Lace Cartalns, "
JSotungham, jLambrpgrjns mnaeto oraer.
Walnut & Gilt Window Cornices.
Window Bhadftn greftt Variety.
Linen & Cotton (Sheetings.
Guilts. Kmbrod'd Piano Covers.
White A Colored Curvet Mtts,
Kjoiiun i arns anu uuiung.
J8SBSteciul attention is called to our Inrfre stock
3S"ew Style Stampe! and Bronze Tints,
Frencli, bit tin and Common,
Kwand Kle?ont Docoratlve aper nansInfTA.
but juouiuiiiks pu. up m isew una (iriguinl
depiffi-H, bv experienci-d workmen.
55" Our stock will alwiivs he foilid 1 .-irtre and
complete In every de'tnrtmnt. i'rlces coniiiarini;
favorably wltli any In the Wet. We c-ordiuily in
iuapectioii of our stock.
Van Ausdal & Harman,
23 South Main St., (Opp. Market Hause,l!avlon,0.
March 13, J8T3.-m3.
Boots & Shoes
HASopenert a NEW l!OOT .t MU)K STORE
on Main Street, two doors east nf the Doty
House, EatonO. Order work tlune In the
manner. .Repairing done on the shortest no
All work warranted to jrive entire aatisfaa-
. mive m a call. GTCBHART LOCK,-!
D. ill, isij-mi. ,
Is a tiu-ets-siiriuK wiigim inlci.i-d lor ..
ge-ieral purponun, whoie a liiit wugon .
is required. It makes -aver j.j-i-al
Is suitable lor both farun ia anu giovci
and excels as a :
Eeinj lighter than tlie ordinary klnj,
and is made of the oeKt quality of mater
ial throughout and ' '
All the principal earriiige niiiki-r keep v
tliein. Send for deseiiptive catalogue to
S. IT. EBOOT, Laytcn, 0.
Feb 8, lb
H a r d w a reZIH o u so
Boner w& 'Msyler,
IIAVXS JuT JI ;:KJJ A XV 1.1. AND WE2X
Selected &t c tti'. of '
Carpenters Tools &c.
which tliry Iiiii-e jjurclm-icl
Directly !'rom the Miiuif;u-iuivra
and Jni nr'-f.
'.sisifT lioiv offer '
Special; Inducements I
'- f:intlmt lino.
C'liey have also. ai'.Ued largoly to
their f-tock of ,
Que !) sivar e !!
And vlntin to have tlie .largest und lx-nt
Finiplv ever kept in one Iiou.se in Katon.
and invite tlie trailing public to '
before pu: clinsintr cl.t In re.
5 ' ' BONKK &' 3IYT.tR.
.. May fl, J87- f. ' -
A ri Di R - E VA ! 1 1 IIE A LER
-, . .- IN' , -. -
KAl'UN, Oil CO.
T I'Iclin-t orire !:l ra;i nr trndn. niilii for ml
'" C oun' ry Pr (vxt -33,
V.u Inn, Nov. 21,8! i r: 1 - , t .7'
B'.xj. IU:HttAH!. - 1,'K.iHKKMKN.
' Attorneys L Ccviusolcrs s,t Law.
" ILIj iitteinl promjitly to till Juisl
V V iiev entrusted Tf tlie'r -ari-, in the
various i-o'urw of tliis State. Oflk-e in
M.-'rrsh & Io;1vxm1 Ijuildin,' 2tl story
SImSiieet, Teuton. (. jTi-1.7-J-l-tf
BOOTS & SHOES.
. .....:C. CROWN, . ' " .'
Ket fron.funllr en hnllil a tD'l SUH-k.oriUl kind.
of LEA'I Hfcfc, ol-l! nwikm In iTi'er i-iry
j ' . Htyle'of
fTi w-rroiitHfiT! lit wtirk )M'Jtit wl'nt e ri
comnif'niis it, ;ind ( Itw hdiiv hIkp In town
fci"lti!irffig d nt on s':ort no(J-v nd c ftimi.
mailt1 work of evtry di'ci'iilioii? alUi.y on hamk
i'or Kie ciiuup. - . , .,r .
April lb. Ih7i,yrl. -
If , ., . ! - -r -w.-J- .
JLitmber ! dumber!
E0SINS02I CEAHBEES &: CO.
K-KEI! fur sale at UV lifST .MAKKK'ii l'HICKJ'
1-IN.K, l-m-ULAK niiit ASK Ftnarlnir. lewl
Iine nnil Pnpnlnr S:ilulnif, Ireasrd. line and
mpr.An fixishin mtmhkw.' -
MOVLllINUS, SIIIX'tI.KM, I,A1 It,
8TAIK BAIXl'dTSIM, SKWW. rfSTS,c
'; ' ; Are also jirji.-ired to furnish
l)OnRS,'WIXUOV rr.AMKS.SASH I'AXKI,
nnrt Hatten Toor imrt to SAW iiji.'MOVI.T) OK
TURN LUMUER toopler. We tnt. iiil toauike It.
the Interest of those needing a-nythfng- In our
line to ileal with na. -. .
HiortKsT markkt PBifK p.nnron I)RV
KOBIXSOV, f JI AM BKKS & CO
E aton, April 1, 1872. tf
j. r. Mii.ii-Jt.
EAST MAIN STREET,
Eaton, Preble County, O.
nov. 13, 1K7 tf.
, JOHN B. KLAINE, .
" Dkat-f.h In
Groceries, , Provisions .
. . , AND . . .
OP ALT. KIXD8.
. 8Kaf?t Jrain Street, Kuton, Ohio.
Dec. 10, 1872-yl.
HOUSE & SiGN PITERS,
GP.AI1TZ23 AND GLAI2E2S"
1 Donahue's Building, un Stairs,
Main Street, baton, Ohio.
Office, Filbert's m ew Building.
Operative Dentistry ft
Fpccialitr. - f
August 22, 1872-yrI'.