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EATON WEEKLY DEMOCRAT,
June 27. 1872.
Delegates to Cleveland.
Judge "W". J. Gilmore, Abner Dun-
tap, C. J. Beam John Holdermau and
Patrick Shields, were appointed dele
pates from this County to the State
- Convention, to meet to-morrow, the
27th. AU for Greeley !
Rail Road Progress.
It is expected from recent informs
1on that the Board will be convened
iB a very short time, when the entire
Ttoad will be placed under contract
tfbr construction and equipment. Mr.
Willard, Engineer in charge of the
hio Division, was telegraphed from
New York on Saturday last, at Lib
crty, Iud., to move with his corps to
, Bellefoutaine at once, and commence
the permanent location of the Road
from that point. On Monday the
whole party passed on the early train
on the Pan Handle roiite to the point
designated. The location commenced
tit Bellefontaine for the purpose of
-.- 7 saving the $60,000 tax voted by Lake
The two proposed routes between
. Ealon and Greensburg, Ind., the one
-by Sugar Valley Fair Haven and
Brookville, and the other by Concord
-iuid Liberty, have been surveyed and
(he estimates will soon be made pre
paratory to a final location of this
survey of the Road. The other por
tions of the line in t&io may now be
x:onsidered substantially located ; from
1 t wo to three corps of Engineers are
now locating the Indiana division be
tween Greensburg and Evansville.
Life of Hon. C. L. Vallandigham.
: Sam'l. McNutt, Esq., of Euphemia,
has' received the Agency for this
bounty, of the Life of Hon. C. L. Val-
;. Jandigham, and is prepared to supply
- all who wish a copy of this truly in
teresting and- valuable work of a great
man. It is beautifully bound and is
attractive and interesting and should
have a place in every house jn Preble
bounty. Persons in "Washington
township wanting copies will be sup
plied b"y leaving their orders at the
Democrat Office. Mr. McNhtt would
tike to have one or two live Agents
to assist him in canvassing the coun
ty. Address Euphemia, Preble co.
The 4th of July.
: We suggest to our citizens the pro
" lriety of making arrangements for (ho
trclcbration of the anniversary of our
Independence. . "Who of our patriotic
t'itizens will lead off in inaugurating
' Veremonies for the-occasion, that Vvill
be interesting to the old and attractive
to the young? Let some kind of an
" . entertainment bo provided for the
benefit tof the whole county, and make
the day a grand social jubilee.. By
fell means let us celebrate the "Fourth"
ft was celebrated in "ye olden time,"
: hud show the unmistakable evidence
t hat the spirit of '76 still animates the
public heart. ' '
As we are entering upon an impor
tant political campaign one upon
which the future destiny ..of our coun
try depends we cannot devote as
much space to local items as has been
Customary of late Thefe" is nothing
like, instilling into the minds of the
people sound Democratic doctrine.
Jet their heads leVel and tb.ey will
vote right. "We. intend to make the
Democrat a terror to radical thieves
and corruptionists from this time un
til the close of the campaign. Every
De.mocrat in the county, not already
tiking the paper, should send us his
luime as a new subscriber, with the
t-ASH in advance. You will then be
kept posted as to what is transpiring
Tho campaign will be a warm one
Every Democrat is expected to do his
Olir correspondent at Camdeii in
forms us of a painful accident which
happened to a little son of S. J. Dan
ser, of that place, on Monday morning
1 t. It seems the little fellow, who is
Only about 10 years of age, climbed a
large tree on the opposite side of the
Creek from the town, to watch some
rnen setting out tobacco plants, and
cither went to sleep or lost his balance
and fell to the ground, breaking his
leg above the kneei He lay in this
(-ondition until picked up by Mr. Jes
see. Brown, who was passing by aud
heard his cries for help. Dr. Brown
adjusted the fractured limb, and the
little sufferer is getting along quite
On Friday morning the 21st inst.-,
about six o'clock, the large boiler,
Over twe'nty-six feet long, in Lough's
Brush Factory, within the walls of
the Ohio Penitentiary exploded, tear
ing the brick building in pieces, and
badlv woundinsr twenty-six of the
tonvicts, three of which have since
died. Among the injured was ra
"W. Tru ssel and David Bard, convicts
from this place. Their injuries were
iiot considered dangerous, and from
reports are well cared for and doing
Grand Juries are of lte" father' an
Expensive necessity in this county,
.The last one did not cost less than
$400 ! The expense is caused by run
ning itr lot of witnesses to testify
ji"ai3t liquor' dealers, which iir the
end amounts to nothing tjttt a tax
fipoii th people of the conrtty.'
In demand Ice water.
Flour and Wheat are now 'on a de
cline in price.
To-morrow (Friday will be the
longest day of the year.
A doctor's motto is supposed to be
"Patients and long suffering."
Fee simple money given to a quack
Lunch at 10 o'clock, every morn-
at Jefferson's and Fleming's saloons,
Hark I we hear a mosquito sing,
mosquitoes now are on the wing.
Young man ! When you go from
home "courting," be sure you left no
"gal" behind you !
Here is an item for the "sinellirig
commtitee." Booking in a cradle, it
is said, intoxicates a baby's brain.
The Peaches were not killed dead
after all, much to the disappointment
of the croakers. There will be plenty.
Early rising is very healthy, espec
ially for a man who has been drinking
the night before, and gets thirsty.
Lost on the Camden pike, between
Thos. Pottenger's and Eaton, ft Bass
Violin Bow. .The finder will please
leave it at this office.
Locals are scarce. Could'nt some
body commit suicide, break a neck or
elope and get married. Oar pen lan
Be ye clean Dr. Weiss will reno
vate your system for one "dime at
his splendid bath house. Go and try
What makes the editor of the Piqua
Journal so interested in our Con
gressional affairs? Don't he know
that lie ain't in this District?
Beautify the fronts of our churches.
Set out a few posts for young men to
lean against while waiting for their
It is very amusing to see how in
dustrious some people arc, about this
time, as the almanac says, in shaking
hands with everybody they meet. .
They tire getting plenty around here.
Long skirts are to be introduced
this summer to keep the pavements
and crossings clean in anticipation of
cholera. The general adoption of this ,
dress in Eaton would be a capital
Perhapsyoung bachelors who con
template matrimony can find encour
agement in the fact, that it nly re
quires twenty-four yards of a costly
fabric for an ordinary dress pattern
Our newly elected Treasurer, F. M.
Whitesides, Esq., is being initiated in
the duties of his office. He will make
very obliging and pleasant officer,
and we hope he will not vacate his
post until the expiration of his term.
The Office holders Convention at
Philadelphia was a regular pepper arid
salt affair-. Negroes and whites were
sandwiched together in real artistic
style, which caused the whole affair to
look as speckled as a mackerel skyi
"Jeems" Saylor declines offering
himself as a candidate for Congress;
That's right, James. You have a lit
tle sense of honor left you. Nevei
ask for another office, you disgraced
yourself by accepting the one you
"Mad degs" is Ihe cry in some of
our neighboring towns. We always
thought there was more cry than mad,
in these alarms, for certain sure are
we that we never saw a canine indul
ging in the pleasures of hydrophobia
in our life.
The election of the great Gift-taker
'would strengthen every incompetent,
reckless, dishonest adventurer and
scallawag who has been lifted into
place and pdwei1 by the social and po
litical Upheaval incident to reconstruc
tion in the Southi
Horace Greeley arid Gerrit Smith
both signed Jeff Davis' bail bond.
For this Greeley is denounced as a
traitor, but Gerrit Smith is fondly
embraced by the Radicals as a marvel
ously prOpev person and "truly loil."
What damphools !
The worst rebels, that is, the cut
throat portion who raided the country,
robbing hen-roosts ana stealing pri
vate property during the war, won't
vote for Greeley. Neither will that
class of negroes who allow themselves
to be drove iu herds to the polls by
carpet-bag scallawags.- "
Beloved Reader! We are. in need
of funds, arid if you owe us anything
on siibscri prion, job work or anything
else', let the spirit behoove you td pay
up. Personally, ourselves, .we don't
want any, bHt there are some insatiate
paper dealers, type founders, and
printers who do, and will have it, and
hence we want what you owe us.
Although poets in all ages have"
sung the praises of May, June is, in
reality, the most pleasant month iri
the year. The day reaches its full
length, flowers appear iu their richest
bloom, birds are in song, earth, air
and water, teem with life, and all na
ture is gay and joyous.'
We' are a friend to dogs all kinds
of dogs big and little from the wee
poodle dog" up to the big yaller dog.
But yet, notwithstanding our great
regard for the l-ace in: general, there
are a number of "purps" iri Eaton
whose narratives we wo'rild rejoice' to
see amputated just behind ttieir ears
From "balmy eve to early morn"' they
may be heard barking, yelping, growl
ing, fighting, actually raising such
terrible muss as to' drstvfrb people's
rest, and proving themselves a most
Railroads occasionally complain of
'the dead-heading, but no institution
suffers so much from it as the press.
A sensible writer says: "The press
cudures the affliction of dead-heading
from the pulpit, the bar and the stage,
from corporations, societies and indi
viduals. It is expected to yield its
interests; it is required to give
strength to the weak, eyes to the blind,
clothes to the naked, and bread to the
hungry ; it is asked to cover infirmi
ties, hide weakness and wink at
quacks, bolster up dull authors and
flatter the vairi ; it is, in short, to be
all to men, and if it looks for pay or
reward it is denounced as mean and
sordid. There is nO interest under
the whole heavens that is expected to
give so much to 'society without pay
or thanks as the press.
We ta'ie AUSTIN'S AGUE DROPS
for Ague. They are a sure cure. "War
Some persons played a heavy joke
on the head of the "smelling commit
tee" the other day. A keg ot 6onr
Beer was poured into some swine,
and not belonging to the G. T's they
imbibed freely and became beautiful
ly "set-tips."" The 'committee", was
informed that the temperance law was
grossly violated by some individuals
who were "beastly" intoxicated in a
back alley. He immediately repaired
to the spot designated, but his disap
pointment can be better imagined than
described, when he discovered that he
had beeri "sold," and instead of some
of the old offenders, there were four
'grunters" acting very muchly like
persons who get on a little too much
of the "O-be-joyfnl" but not subject
to an affidavit! His place is vacant
Hoi for your Turtle Soup at Mrs
II eiTlich's, froth 9 till llj A. M.
It is well known that the Sunday
liquor law is pretty strictly observed
by our saloon keepers, arid conse
quently occasions some dry grumbling
by those who would like to take a
nip" on Sunday. We heard a fellow
giving vent to the following on Satur
day night i "
T1a the last nfp of Saturday,
Drink It alone:
For all day to-morrow ,
.We're sore to (ret none;
o cock-tail or night cap,
Ko Bourbon or rye,
What wonder that drinkers
Should mournfully sigh.
No one lady should refuse an invi
tation to go to the "Lady s Bazar,"
two doors north Of the "Eagle Hotel"
where Henry Denius serves out the
:nost delightful lec Cream aud 6uch
capital Soda Water, and where the
room is so comfortably and pleasant
ly furnished, that you feel like sitting
in your own parlor. Go early if you
want td be accommodated.
If vou want the best Ague Cure, get
A USTLV 'S AGUE DROPS. Sold by all
Hoi for Your Turtle Soup at
Helrlich's from 9 till 11 A. M.
EATON, June 24, 1872.
Board of Councilmen met In regular session at
Council Chamber. Members present J. H. Foos,
Miiror, Win. H. Ortt, Clerk, Messrs. Eldson, Tlium.
Dt'enl and Vanausdal. Councilmen. Council cann
ed to order by tne Mayor. Minutes of previous
meeting reaa ana approvea, alter wiuch ineioi-
lowme nms were preeentea auowea ana oraers 19-
Fiiea ror eacn respectively :
n- i. .. i i - . i ,i ..i i j ..... .-.I u .-,.1. w.v m is firt
. nun, ,. vmi I i.cku.u jw&, ' ' . .ii.i. y.v,vu
Jos: Nation 3? days services as Street Co tu
rn issloner At S2.25 Tier da . 73.69
SC. McLaughlin keeping transient poor, 1,50
The grade of the Dayton and Western Turnpike
on caul Main street was referred to -committee on
law: On motion of Vanusdal that Eldson be ap
pointed a committee of one to examine Andltor's
books and ascertain the amount of taxable rjroii
erty belonging to the Incorporated Village of
.muD anu renorc i e same nx me next meeiiua ok
Luuncu. un motion uouncu aojournea.
J. H. FOOS, Mayor.
FREE OF CHARCE.
Call at J. P, Brookins & Sons' Drug:
Store, Katon, Ohio, and get a sample
bottle of Dr. A. Boschee's German Syrup
free of charge. It has lately been in
troduced in this country from Germauy,
and for any person suffering with a se
vere cough, neavy cola settiea on tne
breast, consumption or any disease of the
throat and lungs it has no equal 111 tne
world. Our regular sized bottles 7.o cts.
In all caSes money will be promptly re
turned it perfect satisfaction is noi given,
Two doses will relieve any case. Try it,
Fentuary 1, 182, lyr.
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
ets over the old reliable and popular MISSOURI
rAUUU UA1LMUA1J, WHICH IS, posiiiCJ; ie
nnlvl.lnf tliRt. riiiiRthrptt Dftllv Exiiress Trains
from St. Louia to K:imas City and the West! and
is, positively, tne only lane woicu nms runman a
Palace Sleepers and fine Day Coaches (especially
for movers eauinDei with Millers Safety Platform
ana tne r aient sioam ithkc. pimj-ji da. jjv. uia
to Kansai Cltv. Fort Scott. Parsons. Lawrence.
City; Council Bluffs and Omaha 'without change.
Vnr infnrmniinn In reirard to Time Tables, rates;
hravenwonn, Aicnison, i. josepa, .otfornsK
Sr., to an? point in .Tiissouri. a ansas, ixeorasKa,
Colorado. "Texas or California, call upon or address,
8. H. Thompson, fluent, Missouri Pacific R. K. Co-
luranus, uiim; oris. A. jeora, general raasenger
Apent, St.. Louis, mo.
By9 So tronble to answer questions.
MarcU 2f. 4872-yrl.
FROM DAILY ENQ'R OF WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12TH
UTTTTTCTl 160,20 MOI.ASST5S ;....0Oi"5
i.'HBESK laa.ii.'i HEFIXEI) 4080
COFFEE 2a.25 PETROLEUM S3frS
COAL 16(3sl8 LARD OIL TaSTS
KOOS .fe 12 UNSEED OIL .;...93(a
FLOUR 8(0ia9 00 POTATOES ?--',00
EXTRK Wi 807 80 M ESS POHKS..12 7KK13 50
FAMILY-i.;..) 50Si7 25 HAMS 1614 75
WHEAT -Il toml 55 SHOULDERS 6g.6 1-S
ontJTiT 4Kl?& K111KS 7(87 1-2
OATS. .. ZV'tie LARD ....8 3-i-
RYE HOOS. GROSS....! B0(a600
SHOAB .'JKiaiuJi " NET kbtXSseO
REFIN 'D..11 l-Uali 1-4 CHICKENS .Wlfe4 00
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY THE GROCERY
Flonr, per Ebl...., t 8 75
Potatoes, per bushel
wheat, tlo do . 1 40
Corn, clo do 35
Butter, per tt 13; i
Lard, per lb M 7
Eggs, per doz : .... 13
Baco-n; clear sides pel lb. 6)
" Slioldefs " ' 6)4
Hums " " 10
Molasses, per quart
B'yrupV . do
Corn xeat, per B . ..
Tea, per B....w
bait, per bbl.....
1 40 ! 00
Petition for Divorce.'
EEM'INA OIFFOBD, Pirt.) Preble County Court
vs. p Lummoii xieaa,
WW HTTVmfTl ripTf. I Divorce.
mHE defenoant William GlfTord, Is hereby no-
' 'titled that J-irmma wiixorn, jiainiin, ain on
A tne. loth (lay ot dune, a. ut ipiz, nie aer pen
M,n in thfl nffin nf the Clerk of the Court of Com-
mim lvlcn. within and for tho Countv of Preble
. nrf Ktf.t r,1 nhin- chanrinff the .aid -William
Giffbrd with wilful a?c.1c,; from'th'q spld plnlDliflr
lor more Tnan tnxee yeani las inf;, i nnoni any
anlt of plaintiff, ana asKiup tor m, invorce imid
t'he said Defendant and.reaaonable alimony, and
the cn.tody of the children, whinh petition witl e
for bearing at the ueat term of ..id f'onrt.. , -
. . ..... ... ebmina nvv ri'nn ; -
.. By HHhhaVd Fi'deman. Aftfs toy riaitirirr.
JTli'ton. June iQ. aTt w7
SPRING- OP 1872.
Has recelT hla Immense Stock of
200 Fine Assorted, Cassi
. msre Suits.
150 Light Business Suits!
300 FancySattinett Suits
100 Linen Suits.
A fine and complete assortment of
Blue, Cloth. Coatet
-The latest Styles of
Xainexi Strip es?
illpa.CC a. JjilXSStGI.
And A FUli Assortment of
My Stock Of
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Is Complete, and I Defy Competition.
The tyl 5S of
Comnrlslne all Colors that Can be Found.
KEEP CONSTANTLY OH HAND THE LATEST
C3 T ' T IT d
Tranlis & "Valises,
SIZES & GRADES !
"Would most respectfully invite
the public to call and and examine my
Stock ana learn prices.
Sliowingf Groods U
"SMALL PROFIT S!"
. Stephens' Building, Opposite Cdurt
House, Eaton. Ohio.
NEW THIS WEEK.
h ave just Completed
- V a. V
These Goods arc made with the view
of oftcring to the public
CLOTHING WELL MADE 1 1
at tiie;same cost
And in many instances lower than Eas
All Goods SHRUNKJBe.
I call special attention to my Stock of
PLAI1T AND FANCY
&c, Ss;o. &c3-
In all the lalot shades and sf 3 for
Furnish iftg Goads.
Call arid examine Go6(?5hefo?e b'uyhig
as I am determined this Spring to offer
such inducements, as will secure the
trade of every beefy.
Baron street, Eaton, O.
Third door door of Main street East
April 11,- 187,-yr.l
lj 11 11
BUY TffiJ BEST !
A HEALTH PREHKRVERI
A TIME SAVKR!
A STRENGTH SAVER!
SOAF AND FVEL SAVKR ! -6TBAM
AS AX AGENT
The artvantnKesVif t!us machiue nre v
1. ItissniRll. It does nut slop; can be used In
2. It is easily worked; a child of ten yeurs can
operate the Wnsher.
3. It secures ail the well known benefiMci using
FQfls "boiling hot. No boiling of clothe? required.
4. There 19 much Iosh wear to the gariuent thna
there is when friction fsapolird.
&. It Is cheap; so cheep thnt when its value Is
Jr'tiown, the price car,not. sMand In tho way of any
familv witshfmr Vi purchase one.
6. it does the whole work hlng. rinsing jind
blueing, without the use of a ash-tub or wash
board. 7. The Wrinsrpr elf-adjpstlf!g aijd Is capable
of TTTingiiig any article of clothing ffofci a lace col
lar to the heaviest bed quilt.
. We. the nnderslime'i, havlnz tested tun efficiency
of Knox:a Prnctical Washing Mm-hliH' ond Clot'-n
WringGrtke pleasure In recoramendlr.15 It to.t!i
public. As a labor-savi-is marhlne it fcr surpassed
anything of the kind we have ever seen; while it
wokso injury to the clothes, but cleRnstheni in
the Quickest and simplest manner possible. Any
ordinarv wshlng can be done In from two tm three
hours, and the labor is nothing compared to thnt
necessary by any other mode. We consider it the
most perfect of all the Washing Machines evei
brought to our notice.
Mrs. II. J ..M'LA UGUI JX,
" M. E. BROOKrN.
" "SLLEN FISlIElt
" MARY A .;vAt30NER.
" Dr. STEPHEN'S.
Wm. BHOOKE. ..
" ALFRKl) DRNNV.
" JACOB ( I-U1S1 MAN.
11. B VAN AHSJAL.
" SALLY CAMPBELL.
For further inturmatlon, address,
Who nre prepared to rurnlsli Machine on Hhort
uotlce, lit wlic-lesalp nnrt retflil. WTJiRRlTORY
tOlt 6A1.K. AGENTS WANTED.,
March 14. 1. -.11 T I
SADLERY AND HARNESS"
J0I1Z& X&uppel Jri
HAS OPENED A
SADDLE Si HAE1TES3 SHOP 11
in the jSortli Eooui of
ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING,
ON CHERRY STREET,
And proposes to do all kind of work in
his line, in the
Vory Best and Latest Style.
Call and Examine Work.
Eaton Feb. 10, 1872-6nt
Xera Firm !!
RESSLER'S OLD STAND.
K ester & Laiige,
They would call tlie nttentlon of their trieuds and
the public generaily tn examine their
Of Carriages, Buggies &c
3efore i,urcbnBlnpr elsewhere;
Sjcdal rttenticn rid to Kepairirg.
IVorkl War ratitedi
US A CALL.59
February 26. 18'.2-yrl
iFtEiisZi i' aitocisn in s
ite attention to their tock of fam
ily groceries and produce, of which
the-.' keep a full and complete stock at
their old ptand on '
BaronHStreet Eaton, .
"We flatter ourselves that we can sell
as low aa any other house.in town, and
frill keep always on hand the hest brands
PKOVIK30J.-S, VSOKTABLES, ALMONDS
. HAMtV MOVBPS?'
FAMII.YFI.OUn, WRXMEAI.; t KICK Ac
glaltl'by tlie Barrel.
The patrdiiage of the puhlie is solicited .
Jan 11. 1S72 yi.
An entire Xew Stock of
DJIVOS, I)YE STTTFFrt. PERWMBS
FT AT IOX K 11 Y. Ty I tT XUi I . :UA,
AX11 l'ATKST MK.)l'JC:rA PI 11H
WIKtti LKiUOit-S, FDIl MEUI-
O P E IT HI D I N
til'I'OI 1 1 11 fj' MW i y'L r
The ffranacntctttriindcr t?fe control of
Wm. 'i . MiittncM, favorably Known ioi
over twriitv years j;s a r::liahl jn.nl care
ful Di TiO jrist's. IT is old ci-stimcrs und
new one's will he Waited on lit all hurs.
ilav or ii ; "lit with great pleasm. .
I'llFJSCHll TIOXR VAiivvvi.i.x ( tii t xii 1.
J. Dor.bhcb & Co-
Knton. Jv.n. 1 1S72, mti
j. qitnn i s. J. yt.'lNN
EAT&H STEAM ELEVATOR
J-KAI3ST AND SITED !
ua-OF al; KiNia.Ti
Fioin their ion ; ipMtrtJ- they nia'n. to un-ler-B-an.l
o-iiio.- w.d to e hie m-iw tn earrj'
It on i" ah lolieiif" to th.enKe!vemiri pr,)S!abl- If.
fhrraers. Call t Ki!r "eSuse wtat of lii.Irotul
1UJK"- J. T.. .li: INN SvC-K.
r.S. The irK.-ilK.2t TASII I'SiiCJi f.MIl F.'K
I.KAF WTVAT-Crt- f-1"". ' 3
J. Fr'WHITIK G,
Glossing, Maiblina Graining
I a per Hanging
UW F.xcculed with Neatnrws aiid Dispatch,'
OFFitE," in Minor's Bi n.DiNf!,'
Opposite the Court kouso.
- ATON . tMIIO r,n7-tl
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R.
Puseugar Traits will run on thla Road, leaviiig
the aeTenl Etalioni at follows:
! -Mail TR ais lbavb
D. W. Junction. ..e.4.'.
Kfw Hope 7.1(
f.uiervtlle. . ".'
Hamilton ... 8. i
Arr. at Clnelmiatt . S".45
D. AW. Junction ... C.i
Floren.:e .... I
New Hope .54
Km on -. ... '"
r.ariif-t's . ..T.H
4.'i.inden : :0
Seven Mile 7.M
Si-vtn Mill- .
SnmrrviUe .- ....
Burnet ' ..i...
I. A W. Junction.
Arr. at Richmond
. . 8.1.
. . M.S1
f. A W. Junction
. . .3I
I. Mcl.ARE.V, 6np4.
Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St Louis.
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION.
JUNE 2nd, 1872.
G O I N O NORTI
Ku, 8 I ') IL
yew Cattle. M
J.a CroRse........... ....
7.4.r. a. tn.
11. !5 a. m.
1 p. ni.
12. 'J0 p. fx.
1.00 p. m.
2.69 p. m.
8.42 p. m.
6.80 D HI.
I lO.JOp. m.
I 7,00 p. m
I lO.oi p. nt
!lo.M) p. m
11 .El p, m
ii,tt a. tu
.00 a. m
i.tu a. ni
80 a. m
t! O I K O SOUTH.
1 No. 1. 1 So. 3
Hair erst -jwn, ..-
Cincinnati t M..
I 7.411 p. m. 8.00
1 w.w p. m
i.M a. m. I
3.1i3 a. m.
t.!A a. ni.
S.Wi a. m.
fl.l& a. tn.
9.80 a. m.
No. 8arr:vesStnteT.lneat.5SP. M and No. 10
at 6.10 A. M. No. 10 leaves Chlcairo Daily, except
Saterday. All other Trains "tart Dally, except
CONDENSED TIME CARD:
Columbus and. Indianapolis Division.'
Plqua, "... ...
8.00 p. m.
12. Kip. m.
1.55 p. m.
2.43 p. ni.
S.3 p. ro.
4.52 pv ni."
6.53 p, m.
6.77 U. m.
I. 46 a.
II. J8 a.
9.30 a. m.
6.10 p. m.
7.18 p. m.
8,03 p. m.
9.05 p. m,
9,40 p. m,
10.10 p. inr
11.17 p. ni,
12.00 a. m.
13.50 a. m.
2.20 a. m.
7. zi.p. m.
8.40 p. m. 6.10 p, m.
I No. 1.
No. 5, I No.
6.46 p. m.
8.19 p. in,
9.20 p. m. .
9.59 p. m
11.02 n. m.
12.40 p. m.
ix. oh p. m
1.09 p. tn.
. m. I
a. ni. 1
a. ni. I
p. in. I
. m. (
8.90 a. tn.
. Nos: 2 and 7 run Dally; Alt dther Trains Daily,
except Sunday. -
. R M v8,' -,
Gen. rM TfskH A'-
Jamiary Bd.-lBTi-lyr' T, .
EVERYMAN HIS OWNPHYSIClAtf
THE Immense demand for MOLLOWAY"8
PILLS and OINTMENT, has, tempted .wniTlnci
pled parties to counterfeit these valuable tnedl-
In o rder to protect the public and ourselves. r
hareicsaed a.noc "Ttarte .Mark," consisting ""
Egyptian eircU- ora serpent, wllh ,U letter H In
the centre. Every box of genuine Holowat's
rtli.e and Ointment will have Ibis trade mark
on It; none aregenuine without It.
N. Y. CHEMICAL CO., Sole Proprietors,
78 Maiden Lane, New Yorfe.
Jon D. Park, Cincinnati, Ohio, Hole gentfor
Petition tor Divorce.
Mary Horn, ) Preble Common Pleas,.
vs. Petitiou for IM-
Kobert Horn. Vvrce-
RbBERT HOKN, defendant; whose,
place of residence is unknown to
plain tiil'4 is notified that Mary Horn, did
on the 11th diry of June, A. P. 1872, file
her petition iu the office of the Clerk of
the Court of Common Pleas, within and
for tiie county of Preble, and gtate of
Ohio, cha rgingrald Kobext Horn with
adultery with one Susan liooktuan, and
askin"- that she may be fHvorced from
the said Robert Horn, which petition
will stand for hearing at the November
term, 1S72, of said Cotu-t. jioRIf, , .
By Campbell & Gilmore, Attorneys
J nil 13, 1875-w6.prf.$4,i0.
HOUSE. & SiGN PAINTERS,
GEAI1TEHS A1T33 GLAIZESS,
innahoe" nuilding. up swim. r .
Main Street,' fcaton, Ohio.
Mixed Paints, Oil;.; Putty. Olsea. c. In quaulille
lo nut purchasen!, fbi nsle cheap.
Feb. 1, ll.72.-tr.
The ''Excelsior S. hoof fiBat Maimfai
turins Company" will :vy . -
iBO CsisH' pea? TBIL
. fO.lt .FROM .
3Of to 200,000 Feet
;.,WV1'E inches micK, woe ucjicj
l.illu'Ji i ,.,, ... .
WM. BROOKE, Secretary."
,' February, 22, l.S72.-tf.' -
MERCHANT . TAILOR.
TT-x-a-i hi iv STREET. EATOX, O.
IWT A'l wojrk in his line done with
t Neatness a'ud Dcsratob. - -
dive Him A Call 1 .
' - ( uttiiijf done in pMd style and
on short notice.
Fa ton M:v -2. 1872-tf.