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EATOH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
Deo. 13, 1873.
The Graugers of - Preble county
held a large meeting: ia the Court
House ou Saturday last, and organiz-
ed bv electing John 31. Dougherty,
Esq., President, and a Vice President
from each Township in the County,
Sever&l very excellent spceched were
made at the meeting. The farmers
in this County are in earnest. "We
expected the Secretary to furnish a
report of the meeting, but up to the
time of "making up," we have had
nothing. The following we under
stand to be the Vice Presidents and
other officers : ' . : '
A. J. Burrough, Lanier township;
, liob't Be'.l, Esq., Jackson ; II. A.'
Vnet P.ooimr TTpTflWiah Morton. Is-
real Wm. Campbell, Twin ; Martin
Swisher. Dixon : Daniel "W". Harsh-
man, Jefferson ; VV m. Randal, Mon
roe ; James B. Duffield, Some: s ; John
Hendrix, Gratis ; Geo. Weaver, Har
rison. B. D. Moses, Recording Sec
retary ; J. L. Chambers, Correspond
ing Secretary ; Benj. Deardoff, Treas
' urer. -
The meeting adjourned to meet at
the Court House, at 1 o'clock, ou the
1st Saturday in January.
Proposed Remodeling of the Court
On Friday last, an impromptu
meeting of the Bar and Officers of the
Court was called in the Court room,
tottko into consideration the propri
ety of remodeling the same, so as to
make it more convenient for those
who do business there, and for the
comfort of visitors and witnesses.
J. II. Foos, Esq., was called to the
Chair, and J," A Gilmore, Esq., ap
pointed Secretary. The object of the
meeting was explained by the Chair-I
man and a reneral interchange of I
sentiment "showed conclusively that J
the Court room needed a remodeling J
in order to accommodate the public. I
A committee was appointed towaitlble
upon the Commissioners and point
out to them the defects complained I
of and to urge the early reconstruc
tion of the room.
Wo were present at this meeting,
and after hearing the defects of the
Judges Bench and Clerk's desk point
ed out,we were fully convinced of
the propriety and the necessity of the
movement. The whole interior of
the Court room, as now arranged is
cumbersome, inconvenient to suitors
and out of stylo. The Judges seat
and Clerk's desk take up more than
four times the space they should, and
besides tliis, they are too high, and
the latter in tho wrong piase. As
now arranged the Sheriff has no desk
and both he and tho desk have to
occupy positions immediately in front I
of the Judge. There is no witness
stand, and tho Bar, witnesses, priso-
ncrs and spectators, are all huddled
around the Judge's Bench, which ar-
raugement leads to confusion in the
of important cases and generally eral
retards and delays public business.
the old cumbersome and com-
bined scats should bo removed and
the Court room supplied with chairs,
and as suggested by one of tho Bar, I
an iron railing should be placed Irom
east to west across the Court room at
a convenient distance in front of tho I
Judge's seat, and the doors entering I
the Jury rooms changed.. With these
improvements made, less confusion of
occur in Court and the public
moro speedily despatshedT ture
More than double the outlay of these will
improvements would be saved to the
within a few terms of the
Court. We, therefore, heartily in- are
dorse the proposed remodeling, and
hope the Committee will meet with
success in their interview with the
Cominissioners, although it would
seem from the public spirit of these
gentlemen, who are the guardians of
our County buildings, that there is
but little hope of goading them to a
sense of their duty. Our Town Clock
has been dead, for lo, these many
years our County prison a disgrace, I
and now the bell of our defunct time
piece sounds like the jingle of a crack
ed cow-bell and yet no move has
been made for the repairing of these
great public necessities. Why is it ?
Let the citizens petition the Commis
sioners for these improvements, and
demand that they bo made without
The late heavy rains caused some
extra work to be done on the Odd
Every one of our old subscriber8
who bring ris a new- name for the
Democrat, will get his paper for $1,50
We are obliged to those who have
responded to our call for money, but
they are few compared with what
should have come. Come in.
Grant's message makes no allusion
to "Divine Providence." Granteems
to be getting along without much of
High waters prevailed all over the
country, duriug the past week. Our
Twin and Seven Mile were bank full,
but we heard of no particular damage
being done from it.
What the Farmers Have Done.
for the crime, but the party is
class, but for the amelioration ot the
common public. It apponls to the
interests of the merchant, mechanic,
artisan, laborer, professional man, all
who are co-equal sufferers from gen
heat eral misrule and spoliation. It means
reform in a general, sense, a coirec
Again, tion 1 of the abuses which partisans
could not, would not and dared not
attempt. It is immaterial what this
omph, and carry with it the insignia
practical, earnest purposes , to il
would lnstrate its declared objects. In fu
business' ture contests loyal Republicanism
will save no man from repudiation,
unless he possesses the elements de
public manded by the occasion. These facts
all obvious to those who have the
ability to see the specs about the pol-
The movement inaugurated and
pressed by the farmers has already
had a great and beneficial eflect upon
the rjo.itics of the country. Whilst
it has been derided by some, opposed
by others, and treated with indifler
ence bv man v. all now begin to see
the manifest results of the agitation
it has produced. This movement had
to come; it was bora iu dne season
and owed its creation to those causes
which incvitablv bring a well defined
purpose out of chaotic confusion.
oojecis ami prmciuiea m
and principles of the
farmers are not novel, nor have they
been the first to discover the il 1
which have so long afflicted the body
politic; but the farmers were the
first and best class of people to im
part the motive power which gave
the cause a meaning and an active
momentum. The grievances of the
farmers are the grievances of all, but
only the farmer i could embody these
in a tangible, living reality, and pre
sent the naked tale to the considera-
tion f a P!ic that had become tired
and disgusted with the clap-trap and
rodomontade of party. The late clcc
lions are full of encourageing por
tent, and carry with them the story
of wrongs endured, but now happily
discovered -by a resolute body of men
who intend to stand fast to the pledg
es they have made to rid the country,
of corruption, maladministration
Credit Mobiliers and sal vrv-grabbcrs
No man, no matter for his party pro
fessions, can now find favor with the
people unless he be hot only honest,
i ...,:s rn,
but above suspiciou. - The farmers
have begun a process which will weed
out of office' and place the men who
have abused their trusts, and betray
ed a confiding public. Republicans
and Democrats alike, will share the
same fate in this moral and political
revolution, which is destined to sweep
out of existence everv man and meas
ure that has the taint of corruption.
The Republican party, possessed the
power' to organize and carry Co. ward
this reform, because it was in the ex
cess, and their failure to do so has
administered a blow to that -parly
which it cannot survive. It is true
that the whole parly is not respons-i-
judged" by the conduct of its ch )scn
representatives, -and there is no es-
cape from the effects of their actioir.
The. people . have au aoidi.ng con
sciousness that they have been snr
feited too much with party, party
professions and demagoguery. They
want less buncombe, less twaddle
upon absolute abstractions, and more
earnest, positive material relief from
oppression and misrule. Political
acrobats may endeavor to gull them
into the delusion that there arc es
sential differences between the two
Darties. but the people cannot be
caught . with such bait any longer
They have paid for that whistle loo
often. This is what the farmers move-
rnent means. It was not designed
the special relief of farmers, as a
new party, organized only as parties
should bo, for the occasion, calls it- J
self. It mnst be a party of reform ;
must be sincere, and vitalized with I
that energy which will insure its tri-
Girard Saving Society.
About a year ago, we our
columns the organization of a sav
ing society by some of the young nien
Eaton, but could say nothing definite
ly of the organization. From the re
made by the Secretary to the Socie- I
flt tle first annual meeting, held last
Saturday eveniug, we glean the folknv-
The number ot shares was limi
to twenty, and the holder of each-
share was required to pay into the Treas
ury 25 cents per week for tho period of
years. Almost every one seemed
afraid to enter and be. the first to make
experiment, so that when the time
limited for the taking of shares expired
(Juiie 1st, 1S73) there were but 07 sliatfig
taken. During the last few months
however, numerous ' applications have
been received, but refused. The total
amount. of monies received during the
year from dues, fines, initiations and
interest amounts to $255,15; deduct
from this the expenses and dues $223,25
we have a clear gain of $31,90, or
about 14 per cent, on $13,00, the amount
paid on each share during the year.
Remembering that the share started at
cents, " thi3 is really a very large per
cent. ' Since the organization of the so
ciety, one member has died, J Latnont
Brookins, and his share transferred-to
The following officers were elected for
ensuing year ; President, J. n. Foos;'
Vice President,' J, II. Gilmore; Secre
tary, E. H. .Allison ; Treasurer, J. T.
Holmes; Finance Committee, V. D.
Quinn;' JH. Foos and G. W. Nelson.
Bring your one dollar and fifty
cents aiid new subscriber.
Girard Saving Society. Common Pleas Court---Second Week.
Since our last report there has been
but little active business transacted
in Courton account of the illness of
Judge Gilmore, who hae been suffer
ing for several days from a severe at
tack of Rheumatism or Neuralgia,
which has confined him to his room.
The following is a summary of the
cases disposed of.
Levi . House vs. John Mouse, et al.
In partition, partition ordered.
A. J. Seibert vs. Wm. II. Seibert;
for divoics. Tried to the Court.
Divorce granted and custody of Boy
awarded plaintiff and of the girl to
her grandmother, Mrs. E. Seibert.
Catharins Pottenger vs. Joseph A.
PoMcrff. Compromised & cost paid.
Eli Thompson vs. Sarah Flannery,
et al. Tried to Court. Issues found
in favor of plaintiff. Amount found
due $333,95. Sale of mortgage prem
ises ordered. Notice of appeal given.
Bond fixed at $100,
Mary L. Ware vs. Chas. M. Ware.
for divorce. Tried to Court. Di
.Plaintiff restored to
her maiden name, Mary L. Urban.
First National Bank of Eaton vs. E,
W. Larsh, et al. Tried to Court.
Wilson Pottenger endorser released
for want of proper notice of protest
Judgment vs tho other defendants for
.311,70. Notice for second trial ; bond
fixed at .flOO.
Theo. Brumbaugh vs. Alford and
Kramer, and same vs Jos. G. Alford
Demurrers to answers were argued in
these cases and overruled. Leave
granted plaintiff to -eply.
In the following cases judgments
and decrees were taken bv default:
John Bare vs. Michael K linger, et
il. Judgment $1107,11 and costs.
Jesse G. Marshall vs. Jesse Shearer,
jr., ct al. Jiutgnicnt flJ(,2.
Wm. Wchrley vs. G. W. M :Fadden
Amount found due $271,86. Sale of
E. S. Stotlcr, ct al. vs. Wm. Dearth,
et al. Amount found due $3!0,62.
Sale of premises ordered after April
Chas. Street vs. Sam'l McLain and
wife. Amount found dne $11",'3.
Mortgaged premises ordered to be
Dicky & - Van Trum, vs. Adam
Bowsmaii. Judg't $272,G8.
Same! vs. Peter Swerer ; $220,84.
Same vs. M. Ilarshmau ; 108,51.
Same vs. G. W. McFaddin; $111,75.
Jacob Burtner vs. Jefferson Wilson,
et. al. Judgment $178,00.
Jacob Gephart vs. James Shaver, et
1. Judgment $105,60.
Grovcr & Baker Sewing Machine
Co. vs. C. II. Grimes. Appeal dis
missed ; cause remanded to Justice
for Execution on Judgme.nt rendered
there in favor of defendant.
John Pottenger vs. Emsley Hender
son ; jmlirmcnt fl-'ai.ss.
John Townsend, Sheriff vs. Sarah
E. Randall, et al. Amount found due
$737,73. Sale of mortgaged premises
Sarah Shank et al vs. Wm. Berry.
J. E. Braunsddorf & Co., vs. Win.
Ilixon et al. Amount found due
plaiiuiff $5(7,7o. Amount found due
State of Ohio $2025,97. Sale of mort
gaged premises ordered.
Maria C. Smith, vs. Jas. B. Ste
phens, et al. Amount due plaintiff
mount found due J. F. Rowcs,
Sale of mortgag-
ed premises ordered.
Wm. Johnson executor,
vs. A. C.
Staufcr. Case re-docketed
praiscment and 6ale ordered
Jonathan Cotterman vs. M. W.
Young, et al. Sale of Real Estate
sonfirmed. Priority 6f liens fixed.
Distribution ordered, and execution
awarded for balance.
Wm. W. Staurt V3. James Mullen.
Demurrer to answer sustained as to
first defense, and overruled as to sec
ond defense. Exceptions saved.
John Antrim, guardian, vs. Wm.
and Elizabeth Streber. Demurrer to
to petition overruled. Exception sav
ed. Leave to answer.
M. E. Rodgers vs. J as. W. Rodgers.
G. W. Stump vs. J. II. -Stump. In
G. W. Cupp vs.. P. Minnix, ctal. In
partition. Sale confirmed and Deed
G. W. Mov er vs. M. Fritz, et al.
Amounts found due plaintiff and oth
er lien holders, and premises ordered
to be sold.
Caleb Shearer, Ad'mr. vs. Mary Mc
Neal. Decree for correction of de
scription of Lot. Dower ordered to
be assigned and the Real Estate to be
sold to pay debts.
Mary Peters vs. Silas Peters. Di
.' Nolle prosquies were entered in the
following State case s :
State of Ohio vs. McLean, et al. In
dicted for horse stealing.
State of Ohio vs. E. A. Thomas.
Indicted for burglary and larceny.
State of Ohio vs. Peter Davis. In
dicted for burglary aud larceny.
The Prosecuting Attorney stated
that Isaac Little is the principal wit
ness in these cases, and is now in the
Penitentiary. Isaac was impeached
at the last term to such au extent as
to discourage him from any attempt
to convict in any case where convic
tion depended upon Isaac's testimo
ny. The remainder of the State cases
stand for trial this week and will bo
reported in our next.
Amusement for All.
Dice Croquet, $2; Chess Croquet,
Chess, $2,50; Checker 25 cts ; Parchesi
and Boxes, $1,50; Checkered Game
Life, $1; Ten Pius and Arches, $2 Au
thors," 50 cts, and other games of
kinds, for sale.it Michael & Sox's
corner Drug Store.
Dec. 11, w3
Six months Tiektts will be sold
one nioiitu from U:ite. .Price $l,o0.
This is the last time that Tickets to
Library will be offered for sale.
MICHAEL & SOX, Eaton , O.
Dec. J, 1S73. lv.
Rev. J. P. Agenbroad will preacl
next Sunday morning and eveniug
the Baptist Church. Services at the
Eidsox & Bko. have on hand for
Holidays, Gift Books, Toy Books, Juve
nile and Miscellaneous Books, Albums,
Diaries, Bibles, Pictures, &c, &c, all
very low. Also Candies of all kinds
and a general variety of Notions.
Carmens Inheritance, Hester llor
ley's Promise, Miriam Monfort, Belle
hood & Bondage, by Mrs. Stephens.
New Publications received every week,
at the City Book Store
Pure Sperm Oil for sewing machines,
for sale at 'Michael & Son's Drug
Michael & Son's Drug and Book
For Neatsfoot Oil, Fish Oil and Sperm
Oils, go to MICHAEL, & SOX'S Drug
Store, opposite Court House.
Writing Desks, Portfolios and Auto
graph Albums at Micuakx & Son's
Drug & Book Store.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to M. STURM, by Note or Book
account, will call and settle and thereby
save considerable cost.
Clothing sold at reduced prices.
Nov. 20, 1873-W6
Weather Repoi-t for the week ending Dec. 1 :th,
18T.I. Hours of observation, 7, 12 and 3.
MONDAY, 37 17- 61 Rainy
TCESDaV, 42 S3 Cloudy.
WEDNESDAY, SI 33 . 37 Cloudy.
THUItSDAY, 43 68 CO Clomiy.
FRIDAY. fil 5S ja BVn. .
SATURDAY, 32 30 29 Clundy.
SUNDAY, 21 33 32 Clear,
Average -39, 43X, 43.
K. II. ALLISON,
On the 13th hist., of Scrofula of the
Brain, Gf.orge C. Nelson, son ol
v liber C. and Ida .Nelson, aged 1
year, 1 month and 7 days.
At St. Marys, Ohio, on the 1st inst-..
Mr. Henry Good, aged about 72
Mr. G. was many years ago a citi
zen of Eaton, and at one time kept
what was then known as the .Leas
Hotel. He lived to a green ld age,
and died honored aud respected by
neighbors and friends.
NATIONAL BANK OF EATOI
NTERKST on TIME DEPOSITS will
be paid in this Bank on and after
September 1st, 1873. '
Aug. 14, 1873 m6.
BY vittue of an order issued to me by
the Preble county Probate Court, I
will offer at Public Auction, on the
premises, near west sonora, 1'reuie
county Ohio, on WEDNESDAY, the
21st day of January, 1874, at 1 o'clock,
T f .wl rlo.r tha frillMirl.-w.. T-?o..l
Estate, situate in the county of Preble
and State of Ohio, aud described as fol
Being part of the South of South-west
quarter of section 11, township 7, range
east, &c, and bounded and described
follows, to-wit: Commencing 20 rods
South of the North-east corner of Jesse
Rice's land, and' running thence West
rods, thence South, parallel with the
East line of said land 20 rods, thence
East to the East line of said land, SO
rods, thence North 20 rods, to tho place
beginning, containing 10 acres more
Also apart of the same quarter and
section aforesaid, and described as fol
lows: Commencing 40 rods South of the
North-east corner of Jesse Kit e's land,
thence running West 80 rods, thence
South, parallel with the East line of
said land 20 rods, thence running East
East line of said land 80 rods, thence
North 20 rods to the place of beginning,
containing ten acres.
Also a part of the South half of the
South-east quarter of section 11, town
ship 7, range 3 East, &e., beginning at
the South-west corner of said South-east
quarter, - thence North with the half
section line, 80.00 poles to the North
west corner of the South half of said
quarter, thence North 853 degrees, east
poles, thence South 3J.j degrees,
East 80.06 poles to the South line of the
section, thence South 85 3-4 degrees,
West 24 poles to the place of beginning,
containing twelve acres of land.
Also Lot number 20, as known and
numbered on the original plat of the
Town of Sonora, in said count' of Pre
ble; and which said lands are" the snme
premises of which John C. Bankard,
late of Preble county, Ohio, deceased,
died seized to be sold clear and free of
TERMS OF SALE. One-third of the
purchase money cash in hand, one-third
one and the residue in two years from
day of sale, deferred payments to bear
interest from day of sale, and be secured
mortgage on the premises.
"Appraised at $
JAMES R, DINWIDDIE,
Adm'r of J. C. Bankard, dee'd.
Foos & Fisher, Att'ys.
Dec. 18, 1873 v4 prf $14,30.
CITY BOOK S
GAMES AND AMUSiMENTS OF ALL KINDS.
MICHAEL & SON,
Cor. X3zizg 5toEe,
Eaton, December 4, 1873
Opp. Court House?
IJZk rJ7LIV. OHIO.
QIIERIFF'S SALE. THE STATE
i5 OI Ohio, Preble county, ss. Pursu
ant to the command of an order of Sale
from the Court of Common Pleas, and
to me directed, I will offer at Public
Sale at the door of the Court House in
Eaton, on SATURDAY the 3d day of
January, 1874, oetwoen the hours ol 1
and. 4 o'clock P. M., the following prem
ises, situate in Preble county O., de
scribed as follows, to-wit: The East
half of the North-east quarter of section
number 18; township number 4; range
3 east. ' Appraised at
To be so.d by order" of Court in the
case wherein Maria C. Smith is platntiff,
aud Nathan Pierson is defendant. Case
No. 3002. Terms cash on day of sale.
JOHN TOWNSEND, Sheriff.
Campbkll & Gir.MoitE, Att'ys.
Nov. 27, 1873 td3 prf 4,75
SHERIFF'S SALE. THE STATE
of Ohio, Preble county, ss. Pursu
ant to an order of sale from the Courtof
Common Pleas, and to me directed, I
will offer at Public Sale, at the door of
the Court House, in Eaton, on SATUR
DAY, DECEMBER 20, 3 S73, between
the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P. M., the
foilowingdescnbed Real Estate, to-wit
The Nprni-east quarter of section
thirty-six, (30) .Township seven, (7) in
range two, (2) East, and being all of said
quarter" section, except forty '(40) acres
out ot the A orlh-east corner ot said
quarter, deeded to Christopher Wysong,
containing one hundred and twenty
acres, more or less.
lo be sold by order of the Court, in
the case wherein William L. AVoods is
plaintiff, and Pat-rick Guckain, et. al
are defendants. To te sold in favor of
L. Maun and Elizabeth Mann. Case
No. 3171. Terms cash on day of sale.
JOHN TOWNSEND, Sheriff.
Campbkli. & Gilmouk, Att'ys.
Nov. 20, ,1873-tds prf 6,00.
IlEKIFF'S SALE. STATE OF
Ohio, Preble county, ss. Pursuant
to an alias order of sale issued from the
Courtof Common Pleas, and to ine di
rected, I will offer at Public Sale, at the
door ot the Court House, in Eaton, on
SATURDAY, the 20th day of December,
1S73, between the hours of 1 and 4 o'
clock P. M., the following described
Ileal Estate, situated in the county of
Preble, and being part of the west half
ol the north-east quarter or section num
ber 3, township number 8; range 2
cast, &c, and bounded and described as
follows, to-wit: Beginning at a stake
or iK)int 28, 4-1 poles South of the North
west corner ot said half quarter in the
nest boundary line thereof; thence
South with the West boundary line of
said half quarter, 32 poles to a stake;
thence East 17 50.100 poles to the South
west corner of John Aukerman's hve
acre tract; thence. North with the v est
boundary of said tract, 32 poles to the
North-west corner of the same; thence
West 17 G0.100 poles to the place of be
ginning, containing 3 o32.1000 acres,
more or less. Valued at $500,00.
To be sold by order of the Court, in
the ease wherein Solomon Banta and
John Aukernian, Executers, &c, are
plaintiffs, and Jacob Nation, et. al., are
defendants. Case No. 3076. Terms
JOHN TOWNSEND, Sheriff.
J. H. Foos, Att'y for Pl'tffs.
Nov. 20, 1873 tds prf 8,25
AND RETAIL DEALER
KATUN, Oil (O. '
JdiiS- Hlsliest price In ciisli or trade, paid for all
Eaton, Nov.fcSl,Sl i-i mcs
J. HARVKY COX .1. I HMK 11
Are proputred to do all kinds of work: pertuintngr
to their business, such oa
JJorsk Shoeing, Plow Laying,
AND ALL KINDS OF
made and repaired on the shortest notice. Also,
BUGGIES. CAHltlAOES, fc SPUING WAGONS,
made and ri-nalrt'd, partUrularattention paid to
mending Sl'lUNGS andwarrruitrd. Also alt kinds
of wood work done on reasonable terms, fc-bopone
dour Kust ol' the loty House.
July 10. 18T3 tf.
rnilE Stockholders of the First Xa
J tional Bank of Eaton, Ohio, are
hereby notified that the annual meeting
for the election of Ave Directors, to serve
the ensuing year, will be held in the
Banking House, in Eaton, on Tuesday,
January 13th, 1871, between the hours
of 10 A. 31. and 3 1'. M. of said day.
C. F. BUOOKE, Cashier.
Eaton, Dec. 11, 1873 w5
Michael & Sons,
Druggists & Booksellers
tppoitP Court House,) EATON. O.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Cincin, Eaton 7 Richmond R. R.
Passenger Trains will ran on fliis Road, leaving
tre several btationa as follows:
lakes Effect Sunday , November ,2
1872, at 3,00 J M.
Upward Tralui. Downward Trains
Mail Tais L.
l.& M". Junction
1. W. Junction..
Arr. at KiCliniond .
Seven Mile l.hi
Arr. ar ujncumati.. tf.Z
Seven Mile 9.l
New Hope -10.23
I. A W..Innctlon....l0.4!
OlIICAOO EIPR'S. A.M
l. AW. Junction 6.1U
P. M A. M
Richmond .....7 l.miclimnnd 08
I. A W, Junction 7 Win; fe W. Junction 9 08
Westville, u.' ehiv 00
Seven Mile. .
il ..tieioreuee . 00
6 MNfW Hope 9 3.1
6 OsKatnn 10 6fl
5 3:iriarnet's 10 50
5 jSCamden 11 lo
5 OlSouiervllle .. 11 34
I aOCollinsvtlle 11 5i
4 3:lSeven Mile 12 On
4 on Hamilton . ia "9
, Cincinnati, - 1 4n
V.ht mnrnintr through train
from Chicago to
Cincinnati will run on tounaiiy.
T.. WILLUMA9 Ass't Sunt.
Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis
Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis RAILROAD.
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION
NOVEMBER 2nd, 1873.
GOI Q NORTH.
( No.2. I No. St No.iO.
I 7,00 am
8,00 p m
11.00 D in
10,00 a in
iov Castle. I
Kokorao ... ) 11.15 pin
Losranfinort 1 12.20 a m
10,47 a ni
11.20 a ni
il 1 ,40 U I
12,17 a i
1.14 a i
3,?5 pmf 3,45 a m
Z.2U II 111 i zki a in
Crown Point 4.r2 a m I C,.i0 p m 1
8,45 a m
unicao f a m v.uu p ni
I ISTo. l. No. 3.
C h 1 cago
A nderson , ...
7.50 p. m. 8.20 a. m
P. m. 1 10.M a. m
12.40 a. m.
i.w p. m
2.20 p. m.
4.12 p. m
5.08 p. m.
5.38 n. m.
1.53 a. m
3.4 J a. ni.
I 4.43 a. ni.
t.io a. m
e.oo a. m
0,20 p, m
Cincinnati , ..
8,35 a. m. 9.20 d. m.
No. 10 loaves ItSchmenu Dally, except Sunday.
and IiOuran sport for Chicago, Daily. No. leaves
Daily, except Saturday and Sunday. No. 1 will
leave Chicago Daily, except .Saturday. All other
Trains run l)aiiy, except Sutidav.
F. K. MYERS,
Genl Passengar and Ticket Agent.
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
Columbus and Indianapolis Division.
G O ING WEST.
; No. 2. I No. 8.
45 p ml
MUford Center . ....
Cambridge Ci ty .............
K it ightstown ..................
1,30 a m f 4.35 n m
3,40 a in 6,02 rm
3.28 a m 7,01 p m
4,::4 a m I 8,23 p m
5,00 a ni I 8,55 p m
5,39 ami No, 4.
6,44 ami 9,20 a m
7.25 a m i0,05 a m
8.29 a m 11,01 a m
lu,00 a m I 12,40 p m
No. 6. NO. 10.
2.15 a m
0,40 a m
6,35 p m
7,48 p Ui
8,38 p m
9.48 p in
10,15 p m
11,00 p m
12,05 a m
12,43 a m
1,29 a m
,55 a m
10,35 a ni
11.40 a iii
I 12,29 p m
2,05 p in
2,53 p ni
3.5C p m
4.31 i m
I 5,21 p 111
.... C.0 p IU
No. 1. No. 3.
Knight.town .. I
Cambridge City ......
Richmond m j
4,52 a m 3,30 p m
!5,0I p m
G,02 p iu
7,12 a in 6,50 p in
b,0H .a m Jso. y
Bradford Jum tion....
- I v-2
J it, 13 j
10. 10 i
ro 6 50 a m
m 7,20 'a m
ni ,:t5 a in
ra y,; iO a hi
Col u in bus,
, I 1 1
I 7,0 p m
i:i j ii.'w am
Cum bridge Cily ...........
( 10.0;) a m 7,0 p ni
l-j.l 1 im f'.OV p m
- IJ.M i m j,: p m
Jiradlbrd Junction -"I 2.2i n at I 11,30 p ni
i i,; p i:i ii.usi p m
Piquu 3, Jii ) in ! 12,04 Mm
I'rhana - 4,13 p m 1,. am
Mil lord Center I Ml P i I M am
Cnlvmbu'i t;,K p u 1 2,.k a m
Pittsburgh 2,10 a m 11.50 a m
Nos. 1.2, ami 7 run Daily. All oth. r Trains
Daily, except mumIkv.. K. It. MYEKS,
Uen'l Passenger and Ticket Agent.
P. COOK. J. I. MILLER.
Co oil & miller,
EAST MAIN STREET,
Eaton, Preble County, O.
nuv.15, lST2-tf. .
X) ' T I S r l? .
OFFICE at Residence, On
N. Barron St. side.
Especial attention given to fillingteeth.
"I,aughing" Gas administered, when
practicable in extracting Teeth,
ilay 1, 1873 tf.
WINTER OF 1873
II AVE NOW A FULL STOCK OF
Pall and Winter Clothing
Which I will sell at prices to suit tlie tluiM
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, &C.
To which I invite the attention of my old coat
ersand the public in general. Ihantful
for the liberal patronage Here
tofore received, I desire to
say that for the Spring
of 1873. lwill
SELL CLOTHING. CHEAPER
than ever before offered in this mark
et, and invite the people to cal ana
examine my stock and learn n y prices.
Remember the old stand, where the
Best and Cheapest Clothing in Eaton
is always sold for Small 'Profits and
Opposite Jail, No '10, Main Street.
aaton, Oct. 16, 1873, ly.
JF..TXJrX 1 CMOCJEIlIEs
IS & HILL
InAite attention to their tock of fam
ily groceries ana pkodtjck, or wmcn
they keep a full and complete stock at
their old stand on
Baron Street Eaton, O.
We natter ourselves that we can sell
low as any other house in town,- and
will keep always on nanu tne Desi oranas
PROVISIONS, VEGETABLES, ALMONDS)
FAMILY FLOUR, CORN MEAL, RICK Ao
Salt by the Barrel.
The patronage of the public is solicited.
dan ti. loix yx.
rJow Firm I!
RESSLER'S OLD S f AND.
K ester & Lange,
They would call the attention of t srelr Mends and
tne pUDUu genvrnuy m cumiue men
Of Carriages, Buggies &c.
Before purchasing elsewiiere.
Special attention paid to Kepairing
Vie ll orfc warrantea.
As times lire hard we lire now selllnir at very
reduced prices. Old BupK'es exchanged for new
ones, or new ones exenubged forold.
BS- GIVE US A CALL. -ST
KESTER & LANCE.
Ijnniher ! Lumber !
To The Public.
E0BINS01T CHAMBERS & CO. '
KEEP fur sale at LOWEST MARKET PRICES-
FINE, POPULAR and ASH Floaring. Dressed
Pine and Popular titdeing, Dretwed . Asn Pine ana
POPLAR FINISHING LUMBER,
UOUMU.XB8, SHIJSOLJaS, LATH,
STAIR BALLLSTEKS, KiEHEL 1'USIB, AO
Are also prepared to furnish
BOOKS, WINDOW FRAMES, SASH PA NFL
Batten Doors and to SAW up, MOULD OH
TURN LUMBER to order. We inrend to mufcp If
the Interest of those needing anything iu our
to deal with iih.
HIGHEST MARKET PRTCE PAID FOB T)K
POPLAR AND ASH LUMBER
KOBIWSOX, CHAMBERS A CO
E aton. April 1, WTi. tf
THE BE iit, THE CHEAPEST
STEAMSHFP& Cheapest kind made.
KG ATT AS A Cheap Common Calf!.
BRiiAIWAYS-A Xlre Common Card.
VIRGINIAS Fine Calico Back.
GEN. JACKSON'S Ctirup and popular, (Pattern
Rrk. virion rolors and de.;i.Tiis.)
COI.U.M 151 AS (Eui-nre Deck.) Extra Quality.
GOLDEN GATES One orthe bel ranis made.
MT. VERNONS Extra Fine, Two-color rnlti inau
Ask for the Above Take no Others.
Price Llt on application. Dealer atipplled by
VICTOR E. MAUCER,
10 to 112 Ilcado street. New York.
Nov. CO, 18T3.
HOUSE & SiGN PAINTERS,
GEAIITEES AND GLAI2EES,
Donahee's Ruling, op stairs. .
Main Street, aton, Ohio