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July 17, 1873.
Sev. James Hifle, will preach in the
Christian Church next Sabbath, 20th at
10 o'clock and evening. All cordial
ly invited. .'
Among the many attractions of our
beautiful town, there is none excelling
the - noble Church of our Methodist
brethren. For the two years last past,
the Eev. J. W. Cassatt has been the Pas
tor, and without desiring to institute in
vidious comparisons, we know we reflect
the opinion of the great majority of
church-goers, when we say that Mr.
Cassatt is the very best Methodist minis
ter we have ever bad. It is unquestion
ably true, that a great majority of the
Ministers of this powerful denomination
are men of comparatively limited educa
tion, and though generally fervid in ex
hortation, their discourses lack the
charm of literary culture. Mr. Cassatt,
it .Is evident from his sermons,
is a gentleman of liberal education, and
a close student of books and men. His
discourses are eminently practical, pre
pared with care, delivered with earnest
eloquence, devoid of rant, and deal with
the temporal and spiritual welfare of
his people, in a plain outspoken earnest
ness, indicative of a man whose soul is
in his work, and whose only aim is to
. lead mankind in the way of salvation
Mr. C never hesitates to reprove sin
and folly, whether in or out of the
membership, and yet in all of his reproof
there breathes a spirit of true christian
rharity. The Conference of the church
is soon to meet, and nothing would be
more acceptable to our people than to
have Mr. C. with us for two years more
AVe trust the representatives of the
church from this place will urge this
matter on the Conference.
The Beautiful and the Useful.
Man, under all circumstances, and
iu every age has worshipped at the
shrine of beauty. The beautiful II el
en caused the Trojan war the mag
nificent Cleopatra seduced the warrior
from the field of glory, and held him
" in her voluptuous embrace until his
empire was no more. And this love
of the beautiful is not confined to the
animate creation. The world has, as
it win continue to ao nomage to me
works of the Scnlptor and Painter,
and Poetry and Music have elevated
the mind and entranced the soul. In
fact, this universal admiration of the
beautiful, either of form, or sound, or
motion, is about all that is left us of
the pristine happiness of Eden.
When man, through sin lost Paradise,
lie went forth from the Garden to toil
and trouble. .' Henceforth and for all
time,Iabor became a necessity hence
forth whatever of good, or of happi
ness, or of success we would attain,
could only be had through care and
toil and tribulation. It is a striking
evidence of the wonderful elasticity
- a t i . - n i .
aim power oi luc uimiau iiuuu, nun
amid all the thousand cares of busi
ness the wearisome perplexities of
trade the onerous drudgery of pro
fessional avocations, Man has always
found time, in some degree to pause
and consider, whether out of all this
toil and tribulation there might not
be erected -some shrine of beauty
some monument along life's dusty
highway to "remind his coming.brethT
re n of the bnricd beauty of the post,
nnd to point them to the unfading
loveliness in" the .'world beyond tne
dark river. The necessities of man
have made him practical the want
of food and clothing have deprived
him of much of culture and refine
ment, and it is with gratification that
we behold how much has been done
to so blend the nsefnl with the beau
tiful, that while the eye falls npon
that which conveys happiness to the
soul, it is also gladdened by the tho't
that from these things, good to poor
suffering humanity may come.
This fragmentary thought forced
itself upon our mind, as we slowly
paced our beautiful Barron street,
from Main northward. . It had been
a day of incessant rain a day of
leaden skies and heavy gloom, but
just before the sun had faded in the
western horizon, the rain had ceased,
and he sent back to the world his
farewell 'till morning by a messenger
of golden light he painted on the
heavens a rainbow so full of trans
cendent loveliness as to work visions
of the Paradise' hey ond the rain
drops in the emerald leaves were
gems of untold wealth, and the birds
full of beauty and song hopped to and
fro, making evening vocal with their
roundelays. We passed toward the
depot, with light spirits and pleasant
thoughts, and ' on arriving at the
School House we beheld the sight
which has caused these thoughts.
Our public Schools, are truly objects
of pride, they' show to the world
that we are alive to the necessity of
developing to the utmost the wonder
ons intellectual power with . which
Providence has endowed us, and the
buildings, while large, comfortable
and well ventilated, have" some pre
tensions to architectural beauty. In
the education of our children our
School Board has been active and lib
eral, and deserve, and we are glad to
know, receive the gratitude of all.
But they have gone further, and that
so quietly, that had we not, stopped
as we did, the whole of their labors.
might never hare been known. For
a long time there have come rumors
of cholera approaching us, and with
out desiring to alarm our people, and
yet determined to bo in some degree
prepared for the pestilence when it
did come, the Board, iu secret session,
resolved to appropriate the spacious
grounds around our School buildings
for the purpose of cultivating such
plants and herbs as were known to be
valuable iu pestilence and disease.
They further resolved that in tho se
lection of plants, they would in some
degree be guided by their graceful
ness and beauty of flora, securing in
this connection when possible, those
both pleasing to the eye and grateful
in perfume. Happy conception glo
rious fruition successful School
Board, hail I The necessity of blisters
suggested Mustard, and the north side
of the School grounds is one billowy
sea of the golden flowers of that no
ble plant. Measles suggested smart- i
weed, and the south p?d? is" heavy
with that modest "r at;b.'' Conva
lescence suggested weakness weak
ness suggested stimulants, nnd around
the southern fence the jrraceful Elder
grows and rears aloft its coronal
of sweet flowers, in their fruition to
become purple berries from whose
rich juice shall come the wine to make
glad the hearts of the weak and wea
ry ones. Fevers suggest sudoriflcs,
and the bully catnip fills the wasted
places of tho lawn. Thus, silently
as falls the snow flake, have these
good deeds of sweet mercy been done,
and though uuknown of men, may
we not hope the good they shall do
will be revisited npon those noble
men into whose hearts the Angel of
beneficience placed the thought.
P. S. The Board pays us nothinff
for this and the "Yarbs" are free.
Pavement laying was a little 6lim
last week, and the arrivals in Eaton
'distinguished' persons being short,
a Local, Ikey spread himself on
Ackcrmau Pic-nic and tho cutting
affray that occurred there. "WTicn
anything of a disreputable nature
takes place around a Beer Garden or
Saloon, then it is that the goodness,
"piousness," and Christianity, and
morality and love of the human race,
gushes forth in an endless stream
from the good Ikey. Dark deeds can
doue in and around the Church,
lie smothers them, because they
done by professed christians. A
weeks ago a Church Festival was
broken up in Camdeu, by a drunken
row, did anybody hear of Ikey "gush
then ? Hary gush I Last fall,
when this same negro Hircin, who was
noting as first Lieutenant of the
Grant Guards, came very near ruin
ing a small boy, by the malicious nse
a razor, did Ikey mourn? 'Nary
mourn ! Did he undertake to shove
desperate character then upon hb,
one of our friends ? Did he pro
pose then to say "Amen" to any pun
ishment that might be visited upon
negro for his maliciousness ? No-sir-ee
! Ikey was then helping to
furnish such characters as Hirem,
a tin lamp, whisky and razors,
bidding them God sliced, sent
over the couHty to make Grant
converts. Qirem's vote was wanted
and his deviltry was smoothed
and passed by, and he was the
favorite of Ikey, his "right bower"
his marching companion in the
Grant Guards. He was made to be
lieve that by associating with Ikey
his ilk, he was fitting himself for
society of respectable white peo
ple, and when a decent Ball or a Ger
man Festival was going on, Hirem
sure to push himself iu, and if he
not receive the same social affec
that Ikey always extended- to him
during the political campaign, he be
came desperate and resorted to his
deadly weapon to get his equality.
negro is not so much to blame as
Morris, and that class who make
themselves hia equal, and then en
deavor to force him upon those who
not be brought to that level.
Had Hirem not been taught this
degrading doctrine, by surh creatures
Morris, be would not undertake to
himself into exclusive gather
ings of white people. Let Ikey now
to his "Lieutenant" and march
companion, in bis difficulties, and
undertake to push him upon those
though willing that they should
the political rights and privi
conferred so recently upon them,
no affinity for their company.
and most extensive now out, will
in Hamilton, on Friday the 25tL inst.,
exhibit there for one day only.
PersOnswanting to see this collossal af
fair, can leave here in the morning and
at the city of Hamilton in time to
a sight of the most wonderful col- j
of animals ever exhibited under
canvass, and return at 6 o'clock in
evening. Go and see it. .
Baptist paper in Ohio was sent for
years to a subscriber who never
a cent for it. The other day the
newspaper was returned to the patient
long-suffering publisher with the
affecting pencil note on its margin :
to a better world." The publish
er is a very pious man, but it is report
ed that his faith is terribly shaken in re
gard to the accuracy of the information.
The free press is the only barrier
against the tide of corruption and ve
that threatens to overwhelm our
Court of Common Pleas.
The Criminal Docket occupied the
attention of the Court during the en
tire week, since our last report.
The motion for anew trial in Peter
Swain's case was argued, and was
overruled by the
year at hard labor.
State vs. "VVm. Bniiew.
Haines was appointed Counsel for
defendant and case ontinued. Bail
fixed at $501. Tho defendant after
wards plead guilty to stabbing with
intent to wound and was sentenced
to the penitentiary for one year.
Statevs. Fosuoclit and Bau. Three
indictments for selling beer contrary
to law. Plea of guilty in each case.
Fines were assessed amounting to $20
and costs in the cases.
State vs. Mary Early. Peace war
rant. Dismissed at costs of prosecu
ting witness. The Court remarked
in this case, that lie had never known
a Peace warrant case in v, iiich the
evidence warranted the defendant to
bo held to keep the peace, as the
Conrt understood and construed the
State vs. John Smith and Isaac Lit
tle. Indictment for stealing a geld
ing. On motion of Smith his share
in this case was continued.
Isaac McLean, (indicted with them)
having also had his interest in the
case continued, Isaac Little is left to
fight it out single handed for this
State vs. Elmer Thomas. Burglary
and Larceny. Continued; $500 bail.
State vs. Elmer Thomas. For car
rying concealed weapons.
State vs. Elmer Thomas. For get
ting intoxicated. Pleas of guilty en
tered in each case. In the first the
defendant, was fined $25 and costs,
and confinement in county Jail 15
days. In the other a fine of $5 and
costs was imposed.
State V3. Isaac Little. Burglary
and larceny. The defendant demand
ed counsel and 'Jim'' McXutt was
appointed. Isaac denied the soft im
State vs. Levi Ridgely. Assault
with intent to kill. Continued and
defendant released on $500 bail.
State vs. Pclcr Shaffher. Conceal
ing stolen property. This case was
tried, but. the Jury disagreed. Case
continued to next term. Defendant
released on bail $'30i, with J6hn My
ler, Pat Shields, John Holdeiman,
Frank Pearce, Abncr Dunlap, J. "VY.
King and others as his sureties.
State vs. narvey Davis. Burglary
and Larceny. Continued ; bail $300.
Findlay Huffman surety.
State vs. Levi Ridgely. Burglary
and Larceny. Tried to Jury. , Not
guilty. Isaac Little and Isaac Kale
were jointly indicted with Ridgely in
this case. A nolle proseque was en
tered as to Kale. Little still in jail.
State vs. Geo. W. Hunt. Three in
dictments for violating liquor law.
Pleas of guilty entered. Fine $5 in
State vs. James II. "Williams, Sam
uel Frazec. nnd Lewis Frazec. In
dictment for Riot. Trial had. Ver
dict guilty ad to Williams and Sam'I
Frazee ; not guilty as to Lewis Frazce.
The defendants file motion for new
trial and also motion in arrest of
State vs. Eli Davis. Petit larceny.
Continued; bail $100. Dison Davis
surety. Stale vs. Eli Davis. Burgla
ry and Larceny. Continued; bail
$300. Dison Davis surety.
The State vs. "Williams and Frazce.
Indictment for Riot. The motion of
defendants in arrest of judgment was
sustained. "Defendants discharged
except as to costs. Question of costs
Nolle Proseqir's were entered iu the
following "Timber cases," as they are
termed: Noah Brubaker, Luther
Cotterman, Luther Coovert, Thomas
Doyle, John Beck, George Louck, J.
Holsingcr, Jas. Beck,'Frcd "Wehrly,
Jacob Wehrly, Zacbariah Hill, Robt.
James Brasier, "Wnu Curry, II. P.
Davis and John McKee.
Nollies were also entered in the
followiug cases iu which Isaac Little
figured as prosecuting witness. Isaac
proving a success as prosccution
ist. State vs. Isaac Little, Eli Davis,
Peter Shaffher and Ann Sliaffner.
Petit Larceny. State vs. I. Little and
Davis. Burglary and larceny.
State vs. Isaac Little. Burglary and
Larceny. State vs. Isaac Calo. Bur
The.following cases were disposed
as stated : State vs. Peter Davis ;
carrying concealed weapons. Plea
guilty; fine $10 and costs.
State vs. Peter Davis. Burglary &
Larceny. Tried to Jury ; Verdict,
State vs. Wm. Hill. This is one of
so-called timber cases tried to a
Jury. The defendant was found
guilty of trespass. He filed his mo
tion for a irew trial, which was argu
sd and overruled. Exceptions saved
the defendant was fined $5 and
State vs. Isaac Little. . Burglary
Larceny. , In this case Isaac with
drew his former plea "not guilty,"
entered his plea of "guilty." Sen
tenced to fivo years in the Penitentia
ry. Isaac is a character. Upon his
evidence several indictments were
found, a number of which were tried,
Juries refused to believe his state
ments and nothing was left for (lie
Prosecutor, but nolle the indictments.
Several Civil cases were disposed
of since our last report.
The minutes of the Court will be
kept open a short time for exparte
and agreed entries, but for trial cases
the term is closed.
The next term commences about
the first of December. '
Ikey is now endeavoring to make
his readers believe that Grant don't
get drunk, and that he was not drunk
at Chicago, and produces a forged
letter purporting to be from Mayor
Med ill, to contradict the charge!
Now, there arc better men in Eaton,
than cither Grant or Ikey, that have
saw the President "seas over time
and. again, and it is simply ridiculous
for any one to undertake to prove him
a sober man. His drunks average
about four a week, and that is the
reason Babcock accompanies him on
his travels to take care of him and
"put him in his little bed" and hide
him from tho public when in this con
ditiou. Grant is a regular "dead
beat," a national robber, and as Pres
ident a disgrace to the whole nation
When there is anything produced
that is reliable showing that we have
a sober President, we will be glad to
make a note of it. A robber and a
drunkard, as President of the great
States of America, we must confess,
is rather humiliating. But cf such is
the Radical party.
G. W. Churchill has removed his
Furniture and Undertakers shop to his
new rooms on Barron Street, close by
the City Hall, and has everything
neatly, tastefully and conveniently
arranged. His stock of Furniture is
large and of the best kind, to which
he has now added a large and well
selected variety of Wall Papers and
"Window Shades. Call . at his new
room and take a look at his stock.
It looks very consistent for a Temper
ance and Sunday School journal to be
embellished with a largo tottle, adver
tising Hostellers and Plantation Bitters,
decoction of the most villainous whis
ky in the country ! It does look as if
some people's religion and temperance
was carried in their purse.
A young man at a party being told
"bring torth the old lyre," brought
out his mother-in-law.
Every owner or person in chanre of HorseB
should be provided with the moans of curing a),
ordinary diseases or the Horse. The proper
remedies will enre Chollc in from ten to thirty
mlnitttt; Scours, so fatal in colts and not without
danger in aed horses, in the same time, and
long list of diseases might be added that can be
successfully treated by any person if they knew
what to give and grlve !t in proper time. ' With this
view, those Interested in the prevention of cru
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In Eaton on the 9th inst., by Kev.
llaight, Mr. IIknky IIathawaY, of
Covington, Ky., to Mrs. Maiiy AVixtkks,
Thompson, et. nl. Ex.) Preble Com mo h Pleas
VS. vOrd-r of s:ileon mon-
James Show and Wife. ) gage.
virtue of an order of n:ile Issued from the
JJCourt of Common Pleis within and for the
county of .Treble and Hinte of Ohio, in the ttbove
and to the Sheriff of said County directed. I
otler for Hale at public auction at the door ot
Court House, at Katou.in said county of Preble
Saturday, August, 23d9 1873.
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P. M., of said
the following described lands and tenements
situated in the county of Preble and Stale ot Ohio,
described as follows, to-wlt :
Being lot Number Sol as numbered and designa
ted on the plat and survey of tlie sub-division of
lots number (:;) and (Hj as music by the pprui
fcers of theKstateof J.H. MoWhinnev, deceased,
which said plat and survey in on record in the
Probate Court of said countr of Preble, and which
lot oOl is bounded and described as follows, to
Iteginning at the north east corner of lot num
ber 500. rs nmnberea and desciibcd in said plat.and
survev.and dii the west line of JBarron Mtf ct as
widened by tinier of tiie Town Council of said
Town of Karon. Thenco est II poles; tlieijce
north 3 poles; thence east 11 poles to the said west
of Barron street; thence south on the said
line of Uarron street, poles to the place of
JOHN TOW NSE ND, Sheriff.
Foos & FlsitJSit, Altornern.
July, 16, 1873. tds. prt'. .
Case No. 3220.
Johnson Ex. of ")
Thus. Brown , dee d, i Preble Common Pleas
I Order of Sule on Mort
C St an ITer and Es
Stautter his wife.
BY virtue of an alias order of nale Issued from
Court of Common Pleas of Preble County, Ohio,
to the Sheriff of said Countv di reeled, I will
for sale at public auction at 'tiie door of the
Court House, in Eaton, in said county.
Saturday, August, 23d 1873
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock , P. M ., of said
.the following premises, (situated in the County
Preble and 6tatof Ohio, bounded and described
follows, to wit: The north west quarter of sec
tion four CO in township nix ti rane two m east,
containing one hundred and sixty-eight lw3 acres
Terms, One half on day of Sale; one half in one
with 6 per cent, interest. Appraised at ?U5,&o.
JOHN TOWSSEM), Sheriff.
MiM.Ei: FIaruis, Ally's.
July P, 17"-. fd. prf. (V..75
I-.avini.-i Einerick, Pl'iT. 1 Preb"! com
vs. i's. fet'n
Sain'l, Enieriek, et al Deft. J for Ijvpi
rTUIE above named defendants, tviin'l.
I Jimenek, William Jfiinerick, Eliza-
beth Black, John Black, Cathei ine liv
ens, aaraii Xilman, Anderson Tilni.in,
the unknown child and heir at law of
Tlenrv Kinerick, deceased, Jacob Knior-
ii-k, Leandcr Kmerick, "Wcll'.r Einerick,
Alelvina Iler, JMuriltis McC'lurg ami
Kyle McClurg, arc hereby notified that
on the 20th day of May, 1:373, t!ia n.!ove
named Plaintiffs filed in the Clerk's of
fice, of the Court of Common Pleas, of
PrcMe Count;-, Ohio, her petition where
in the pHintin" sets forth her marriage
with one Jacob Einerick, on or about
the 27th day of February, A. I). 1840:
that the said Jacob Einerick has since
deceased, that during her coverture with
saiil Jacob he was seized of an estate of
inheritance in trie following Kaal Estate
situate in 1 reble County, Ohio, to wit
All of the south west quarter of section
To. 15, in township number (i, Range 3
east, &c, excepting however 20 acres
heretofore conveved to John Bail.;.
Also, 40 acres oft the south side of the
north cast quarter of section number 10
township 0 Kange J east, &c.
Also, 40 acres lying in the south cast
corner of the south west quarter of sec
tion 28 township O Jtange S east, &c.
Also, Lot No. in the town ofXcw
Lexington, Preble county, Ohio.
Also, 20 acres out ot the north tast
corner of section number S township 0,
Jtanare 3 east, dee.
Also, o0 acres oil south side of the
south east quarter of section 2S township
0 JKauge 6 east, Jse.
That the above name J defendants now
claim the interest of the said Jacob Eni
eriek in said lauds: that the said Plain-
till claims that she is entitled to dower
in said premise's and prayes that the same
may be assijrned to her, and that they are
required to appear and answer said Peti
tion on or belore tueOtli 0113' 01 July, A.
FOOS & FISHER, Attv's for Pltf.
Attest, W. D. Qcinx, Clerk.
Eaton, June 5, 1873 6w prfs $12,60.
To Contractors & Builders.
f illK Uoaru 01 rAlueation 01 JJixou
I Township, will receive sealed propo
sals up to 15th day of July, 1873, for the
building: ot two brick bchool Houses,
one in sub-district No. 3, and one in sub-
district No. . 1 he size ot the houses
24x34 feet, story 12 feet in the clear.
Ihe bids tor the work ana materials to
le separate proposals, the houses to - be
finished readv for occupation by the 15th
day of September, 1873. One fourth of
the contract money to be paid when one
house is finished : one fourth when the
second house is finished; one fourth 011
the 20th clay ot February, 1874; the bal
ance on the 20th day ot August, 18; 4.
All proposals must be addressed to J.
G. Larsh, Clerk of the Board. Eaton,
Preble county, Ohio, at whose residence
Specifications of the buildings may be
seen, inc lioarcl claim tlie ngnt to re
ject all bids not satisfactory; also the
Hoard reserves the ntiht to contract for
one or both houses. By order of the
JAMES ALLISON, President.
Eaton, June 19, 1873 iw.
Notice to Bridge Builders.
OEAIjED proposals wi'I be received
Oat the Auditor's office, Eaton, Preble
County, Ohio, up to 12 o'clock noon,
Saturday July, 2(ith 1873, for the niason-
ry.and Superstructure of a Bridge across
Seven-mile Creek, on the Eaton and So-
nierville improved road, (late Jiiaton
and Hamilton Turnpike), at the first
crossing of said stream below Camden.
The Masonry will consist of the two
abutments for said bridge.
The Superstructure will be a single
bp.hi of Via feet, to be ot Iron.
Specifications lor saiti woi'K, wm oe on
file in the Auditor's office on and after
tho 4th day of July. By order of Com
missioners. W. J. BARNIIISEK, Aud'r.
Eatou June, 19, 1873 iw.
.I1NER m'NI-AP, et. al. 1
iissues VC, fins. j
al. j;i-it s.
Curt ot Coinnion
IN pursuance to an order of S ile Issue 1 In the
above cave by the Co:irt of Common Pleas of
Pr..iii (Vfintv. Ohio, at the June "lertu tnereoi ror
the vcar lS7:,'tiic nudersiifned will offer for sale at
inc. nrwi aoor oi me iuri -s-
Saturday, August 2d, 1873.
Th. f.iinvlm. Poal 1T.tRte. ftltni.tn In fciton. Ohio.
a'ul dcscrilMMl a follows : IteinK parts of Ii.n I,ts
No. l:l iinU I i lis mimh'jreil ana deslBimtiHl ou the
original pint of Jn I.o.s ot hi.i town ot K-aion, ana
bounded and dcscHbert fts follows: That. Is to say,
besttnnmj; at tlie North west corner oI'hhWI lot.o.
151, being the iKInt of intersection ol Baron and
Souiers streets; tlience south with saidBaron street
belnir a3o the west'boundary line ot said lot No.
will, Uv.ii, airimt fTnir f4i
foresail, forty-ntuc'(4'.0 feet to the l-:ast boundary
itn. ,iiH.irl int. Nit. thence North on said line
twenti-l!llie(29j teet to Sjomers street, being the
North east corner of said lot, no. Lr; tuence wesj
on !oniern street to the place of beginning, with
the building and nr. irovemeiiis laercun.
TERMS OF SALE.
n... titirri one third in one : and one third In
two vears ; deferred payment to bear 8 pr ct. inter
est from day. of s;ile, and to be secured by mort-
nu ou the oreinises.
J. p. ItKOOXINS. y Trustees,
5 ACOD K. KRCU. )
Tt. AV. Qrisv, At'ty
Katoii J uly, 3, j87J Iw.
il so the west oounaary line or sato un ini.
rty-three (;H fen; thence Kast iarallel with
b street, fifty i') fetit; thence North parallel
a run street, four (4) feet; thence Kast as a
To Contractors & Builders.
mm.' tin..rA ..r K.iin.'ttion. of (!nsDpr
A will receive Sealed Proposals n; to in o'clock, of
2Cth dav of Jutv. A, I. 173, for trie building of l
Kranip Sehxil House, Ui rno-liHirici, , i saiu
p......,i.i 'ri, .La nr th iiiinH is 2?fx:u tcet:sLorv
13 levt n tlie clear. Tlie house to be finished and
re:ily for ocuiiation on the Alth day of October A.
Onetinlf of the contract price to be paid on the
ith day of February. 1K74, and the other half on
the 20th day of Aukusi, of Ihe same year.
The bids for the work and material to be sepa
The Board reserves the privilege of lejectilig all
bids not satisfactory.
The pljin and specification can be seen by calllnjr
on the clerk of the Hoard, or the local directors of
District No. 6, of said Township.
Thru will be a meeting of the Board at the Town
ship llone, on the ilh day of July, A. U. IS73, at
one o'clook, Y. M. at which time the Proposals will
bo read. HENRY SHIDBLKB, Prest.
W. II, .TKPFKTtWlN, Olerk.
Katon Jaly, 3, I87:i Iw.
Kotloe la hereby clven that the under! nod hs
been dulv appointed nnd (iiaMfld Kxeeutir of the
last will iud testament of lieorjrn JT. Wehrly. drM.
HtNRY P. WEltKLY.
Foos itFinniiB, AttyH.
June, 2, I87a Jw.
Strayed or Stolen!
FROM the farm of the subscriber, six
miles south e:ist of Eaton, aliout 4
weeks ago, a IJlnck mare Colt, 2 3-ear
old, one front leg crooked. Any person
returning same to thejsnbscriber will be
July 3, 1S73. w3.
Applications will be received up to
the 14th of July, 1873, for a school
Teacher to teach the Intermediate de
partment of the New Paris Schools. By
order of the Board.
K. L. SIIAFEIt, Clerk.
Eaton July, 3, 1873 3v.
MERCHANTS TAILOR !!
Filbert's New Buildings.
Cor Main & Cherry Ste., Eaton, O
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R.
Passenger Trains will run on this Eoad, leaving
the several Stations as follows:
1 ahes Effect Sunday Decern ber9l9
1872, at 3,00 M.
Al AIL TBAIX LKAVK8
A . XI
rfHtifilfnu 8. '13
3tviu Mile 8.51
isurnei s 8.56
Eitioii a. is
St;v Hope 9.23
!.& W. Junction... 9.40
Arr. Mt Kfchmonci .. 9.&
Mail Taix T, aff.
W. .function. ...3r.
I5:iruet 8 . .
D. & W..Tunction...10.f
Hiiriiel'n . . .
Arr. at Cincinnati
a. 1 j
unmet s n.30
soven Mile 7,03
Cincinnati , 8.35
Richmond .7 4onic1monri A 900
lb A V. '"'itiii, 7 30J w. Junction .'n OH
esrvme, 7 O..WCRtvtUe, 03
''amden ... .
ollhisvi He ........
..Or lorenre 9 50
5tVw Hope. fio
OS Raton in 30
U:; Mum el ... ....JO :4
5 iSCnmden . ....II 10
ft 04Somervil!e...... H na
...4 MCollinavtlle. .ll fii
4 33Seven Mile -.li 06
4 ooiinmilton i-j a
-Cincinnati, 1 40
Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION
OCTOB Eli 27th, 1872.
O O I N O N O R T i:.
7,no a ni. I 8 .00 p. m.
10.00 a. m ( it. ao n. m.
10 47 a. m . . '1.4o p. m.
12 40 p. n.
2 30 p. m.
s 3 p. m.
7 W p. TO.
12,15 a. m.
1.15 a, m.
.Js a. m.
4.011 a. m.
7 a. m
8,45 a. m;
" o I y o south.
ii 'inrMon ,
New Castle. -
Cincinnati , ......
Ju. 1. No. 3.
8.M p. m. 8 'j a. m.
B.66 p. ra,
12.4o a. m.
1.40 a. m.
118 a. m.
4.17 a. m.
4.47 a. m.
. a. m.
K..00 a. m.
1.20 p. m.
2.25 n. m.
4.12 p. mt
5.38 p. m
ti.fflj p. 111.
8,35 a. m. 9.20 d. ni.
No.8nmvesstnteI.tneato.5SP. M nnd No. 40
n.. - no. iu leaves KicnmondOaliT.fx
Cent Stindlir. ftnd Tcnimnrtrr. for ' i ifarrn flallv-
2 leaven DAilv eveenf Rntnrrinv .nA f3n.lr.
No. 1 will leave rhicairo Daily, except Haturday
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
Columbus and Indianapolis Division.
GOING WEST. ;
No. 2. No. 6. No. 10,
2.00 p. m. 1.35 a. ni.
1.00 a. m. I 9.A0 a. m.
2.2t a. m. I lo.Mt a. m.
3.12 a. m. 1 11.43 p. m.
4.33a. m. i 12.48 p.m.
5.00.. m. 1,0 p. m.
s.30 a. m. 1.68 p. m.
6..18 a. m. 3.02 p. m.
7.35 a. m. 1 8.40 p. m.
8-29a. m. I 4.2 p. iu.
lu.w a. m. i a.;o p, m
e.&s p. m.
7.40 p. m.
' 8.45 D. m.
n.io j.. m.
v.it p. m.
1 J .'MT p. TO
11.48 a. m.
12.37 a. in
No. 1. No. 5, No. 7,
Mdford. Cen't I 10.:
Columbus,. 1 12.30 a. m,
PittsbUKh, I o,u p. ni
4.30 a. m. I 7.00 a. m.
5.4S a. m. j 8.-2U a. ra
a. m. I .lei a, in.
7,15 a. m. I a. m.
8.13 ft. m. Ill.ftl a. m.
8.55 a. m. 1 11.45 a, m,
9.17 a. m. 12.13 p. m.
10.ir.a.-m. 1.16 p
8.2fi p. m.
10,05 p. m.
11.10 n. m.
U.M p. in.
iz.ir p. m.
j.ih p. m.
t 2.03 n. m. I l.f.2 a.
I 3.20 p. m. I 3.10 a.
1 11.10 p ni. ll.U) i
Nor: t and 7 run Oailv: All other Trains Daily.
J . Itt V BKH.
Gen. Pass TicVet Ag't.
January 3d,-1872-ly; , T,
RESSLER'S ULD i I AND.
K ester & Lange,
Carriage,' Buggy, '
would call the atlention of tcrelr friends and
lilt; fjuuiiv gcuuaiij ' cauui.ue . 11 -. .
Carriages, Buggies &c.
Before purchasing elsewhere.
Special attention paid to Repairing.
.Ill Work Warranlea.
JBS3- GIVE US A CALL.
Q0INN I N. J. tJUINN
EATON STEAM ELEVATOR
d-RAIN AND SEED !
"OP ALL KINDSff
Prom thlr lono- Mnerlencc thev claim to one r-
th boinesa and to be aole thereby to ca. ry
so as to rte sate to tnenmeives ana p on La Die to
farmers. Call at their warehouse, west iiailroad
S. The HTOHEST CASH PKI I'AID FOB
TOBACCO. an. 12.
FINE GERMAN CHRDM0.
send an elegant CHitosio. mounted and ready
for Framing, free to evrrg agent for
LIFE BELOW THE SURFACE.
HY THOS. W, KNOX.
Fages Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings.
Ttlfltrs Incidents and Accidents be von d the
of Pay; Startling Adventures in all parts of
World: Mines nnd Mode of Worklntr tltem: ITn-
dprcurronts of Kciety; tfiamnlinc and its Horrors:
Caverns and their Mysteries; The Dark Ways of
Wickedin.ss; Pri.sorm.nid their Sf-tret: Down in the
Depths of the Sea; Struti?e $to.ies of the Detection
The book treats of experience with brlpands;
nights in opium dens rind Kamhllnsc hells: lite in
prison: stories of exiles; advnntnres anions Indians
journeys Ihrouith Sewer and Crttacomhs; accidents
mines; pirates and piracy; I
ion ; wonderful burglaries
cities, etc., etc.
tortures of the inuuhv
underworld or tne
this work. Exclusive terltory jrlved. Agents
make $100 a week in selling this hook. Send
forcirculora and terms to npents.
J. B. BURR & HYDE,
HARTFORD, CONN., orCHICAOO, ILL.
Boots Sc Shoes
CEB RARTTo C K,
HAS opened a NKW HOOT A 811 OK PT"RK
on Main Slrn-t. two door east of the Dotv
House, Halnn, O. C'rdcr work done In th'p
manner. Repalrlne done on the shortest no
tire. AH work warranted to srtvo intir attrac
tion. WOire me acalK CHRHART 1,o k.
Feb. 2), 1:7S m:i.
p Sail ' k
. - EATON, O.
February 27, 1873.
r,(?jrriij i a no ceii mm;
IiiAite attention to their took of fam
ily ohockriks and produce, of which
they keep a full and complete stock at
their old stand on
Baron Street Eaten, O.
AVe flatter ourselves that we ican sell
low as any other house in town, and
will keep always on hand the best brands
PROVISION. VROTrPA-KT. a i.wnn
FAMiI.YFI.OUH, CORN MEAL, A RICE 4T
Salt by the Barrel.
patronage of the public is solicited.
fan 11. isy yi.
Cigars & Tobacco
& KLINGER, .
--DEALERS IN ' ' '
FINE CUT & PliTJGr
Pipes, Pouches, .
Cigar Holders, Jfc.
Opposite Court House, Main St., Eaton, Ohio.
eo. zt, ij.-n. .
F. & F. M. MARSH.
Attorneys Counselors Law
Eaton, I'reOle Co., O.
AULi business, such as Settling Es
tates, Collecting Claims, preparing
Instruments Deeds, Mortgages
Articlesof Agreements, &c. &e., prompt .
attended to. .Feb. 1, 72-yr
BOOT & SHOE
W. E. Ftlbkiit would respectfully
announce to the citizens of Katon, and
surrouodlnrr country, that he hns Just
opened a P1UT t'LASH
Boot & Shoe Store
DA. In Michael Filbert's New Build
in ir. Corner of Msin A Oherrv Htreets,
All My Work War
ranted!! to (rive entire Kjtilplaction. -OW
C'tiKlom work made to ordr.
Mv motto is.- "Oooii Stock," -'Hood
Work," Small rrofits " and "Quick
Haled.' Please call mntl see. -
W. E. Filbert.
Aug. 49, 1873-yr.l.
JOHXT.CAHrBILL JAS. A.GILMORB
Campbell & Gilmore,
(SaceesRori) to Gllmore Campbell,
TTORJYE YS Ji T Z.JM W
NOTARIES'!) PUBLIC, - ,..
Land Government Claim
IHfOfllce at the old stand oa Barron Street.
, P. M. DEEM,
pay the highest prico for
100,000 Ihs. of Wool, tlelirered at
Store, in Eafon. . mnlinS.
E N T I r17.
OFFICE at Residence, On
N. Barron St. VV. side.
Especial attention given tt filling teeth.
"Iduijrhing" Gas dminl8tcrefl, tiica
practicable in extracting Teeth.
iay 1, 1873 tf.
Michael z Sons.
Druggists & 'Booksellers!
MINOR'S CLOCK, .
(Opposite Vmrt Mouse,) EATON. O,