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EftfON WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
Thursday Sept. 52, 1873. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Independent Candidates. We announce this week three Inde pendent candidates, G. II. Eidson, for Representative, John- V. Campbell for Prosecuting Attorney? and John Pbown. of Monroe Township, for County Commissioner. In this an nouncement w e are prond to say, that these candidates are unexceptionable in point of ability and integrity, and free from all Cliques and Rings the offices have sought the men. GRIFFIN H. EIDSON, The candidate for Representative, was born in Preble county, and sprang from'an humble but respectable pa rentage. Ilis father died when he was young, and he being the oldest child was left in care of his widowed mother and several orphan children, with little or no means of support Not in the least discouraged, young Eidson apprenticed himself to a Tan ner and Courier, learned that trade and by industry and close attenliou to business, he became a fine median ic. After working for himself for several years, he settled in business in Eaton, and his been one of out most successful merchants. He has contributed largely to the improve ment of the town, iu building houses grading the streets, and thus a fiord -inar work to many laboring men. There is no citizen iu the county, who enjoys the confidence of the people to a greater extent than Mr. Eidson Such is the character of the Independ- ent candidate for Representative a self-made man and a true type of the laboring classes. In prosperity as well as in adversity, lie presents the same energy f character, the foistC' rer of industrial labor, and the indor ser of all public improvement. We therefore, commend him to the .sup port of all who toil and labor for a living. JOHN V. CAMPBELL, The Independent candidate for Pros ccnting Attorney, is so well and so favrabiy known in the county, that it is scarcely necessary to more than mention hi name. Having filled the office of Probate Judge and Prosecu- linir Attorney so acceptably to the p.-.-lU but KiUe more can be said in his favor. V.'e can see no necessity for a change. JOHN DROWN. Of Monroe Township, the Independ ent candidate for County Commis sioner, is a farmer, and a man of ex cellent reputation among his neigh bors. Ho too is a representative of productive labor, and would discharge the duties of Commissioner to the entire satisfaction of the tax-payers. His residence, all other things being equal, should recommend him to the voters of Preble comity for their suf frage. The first and third range are represented in the Board by Conger and Pi-ugh, but Coovert of the second range was slaughtered by the Ring masters at Eaton, to make room for Campbell in the south part of the county, thus leaving the north part of the county without a single represen ative in any official position. Even Joseph Miller, on his first term, had to walk the plank to leave room for Absalom Stiver, an old fossil, who lias lived by mere absorption. This, fellow citizens, with the names of the present incumbents of Treasu rer and Auditor, aud J. L. Qninn, for Infirmary Director, will be the Inde pendent Ticket presented for your support at the October election. There are no pledges asked no pack ed Convention made it no Clique or Ring carved it out the offices sought the men and these are the kind of officials we want in these daj-s of sal ary grabs and corruption. Vote this Ticket and break down party corrup tion, Cliques and Rings. For Nobby Hats call at M. F. Stephens'. Fire. On Sunday morning last about 1 o'clock, the cry of fire again aroused the citizena of Eaton, which proved to be an unoccupied two story frame dwelling house, on the corner of Som ers and Maple streets, and belonging to the estate of Felix Marsh, deceas ed. The building was old and in rather a dilapidated condition, and the loss will not exceed 200. As the building had been vacant for some time, of course it was set on fire. The persons engaged in this kind of work will continue until detected, and then some of our lamp posts will be ornamented with their carcasses. Death. We regret very much to be compelled to announce the death of Mrs. Markee, wife of Christian Markee, and daughter of Jonas Crumbaker. She died at their reridence, near New Hope station, on the 16th inst., after a short but painful illness. Mrs. M. was a worthy woman, beloved and respected by all who knew her, and leaves a husband, eight child ren and other relatives, to mourn her death and cherish her memory. The largest lot of Fall and Winter Shawls ever brought to this market, just received by express from New York, by M. F. Stephens. Money don't seem to be much of an object with some of our subscribers. Senatorial Nomination. The Democratic Senatorial Con ven tion, was held at Dayton, on Satur day last, and was organized by the appointment of Judge Gilmore as Chairman, and Messrs Deegan and Kimmel, Secretaries. The names of Charles F. Brooke of Preble, Francis "Wilhelm and J D. Kemp of Montgomery, were pro posed as candidates. Before the bal lot was taken, however, their respec tive friends withdrew the names of Messrs. Brooke and Wilhelm, and Dr. Kemp was nominated by acclamation Considering the fact, that Dr. Kemp was turned out by the Senate, after his last election, and his place given to Mr. Say lor, it was proper that the people shoud have an opportunity of again returning Dr. licmp to the Senate. He is too well known to require an extended notice here. He has served one term, (1370 aud4S71) in the Sen ate, and his strict attention to his du ties the ability with which he advo cated what he believed to be right, and opposed what he believed to be wrong gained him the esteem and respect of his co-legislators, and the confidence of his constituents. Mr. Brooke had many friends in the Convention, and could have been nominated without a doubt, but there were a few men, to whom it was not satis factoiy, on the ground that he was not an avowed Democrat, and on this ground, and this alone, opposed him. Mr. Brooke did not desire the candidacy at all and would not per mit his name to be used, if there was any opposition whatever to it, ana the action of his friends, in the prem- scs, meets with his approval. We again repeat that Dr. Kemp is worthy of the suffrages cf the people of this Senatorial District. His friends n Montgomery are sanguine of his election, and the people of Preble cannot do better than to go vigorous ly to work aud make his electi n se cure beyond a doubt. A "long pull, a strong pull, and a pull altogether" will secure his elec tion. Our County Fair. Time iu its silent but certain flight as brought us within a few days of our annual Fair, ana trie managers are using their best endeavors to make t the largest and most successful ex- ibition ever held in this county, and f the people of the county but second heir e.'TorM. the Fair will bo one of which Preble may well be proud. It seems to us that no farmer of auy in telligence, enterprise and spirit can Turd to neglect his, County Fair, be cause the county exhibition is an in dex of the county's agricultural con dition of the enterprise of its farm ers o!" their skill and care as culti- utors of the character of their live stock of the elements of wealth, na tural and acquired, with which they operate. Let each and every one therefore, look upon it as their duty to exhibit something that may add to the interest of the exhibition. Let all oin to make it a grand farmers' jubi- ee ana reunion ot mends ana ac quaintances. There is not a farmer or mechanic who has not something iu the stock, implement, machinery or roduce line that might interest some ne else. Let them contribute to the isplay and send in something, no matter how small or how large. The Amphitheatre erected by the Board, will seat about 2000 persons, aud will be free of charge to all. The Office of Secretary of the Soci ety, will be in G. W. Churchill's building, one door south of Town Hall, Eaton, O., where it will bo kept open to receive entries from Friday ext until Tuesday morning, ulVr vhich it will be removed to the Fair Grounds. Books are now ready and Entries can be made at any time by calling on J. L. Chambers, Sec'y. Boys, if you want to attract the atten tion of the girls call and get one of those ne hats at M. F. Stephens' cheap store. R. D. Cobwin, the salary grab can didate for Senator in this District, was in Eaton on the day of Howe's circus, and we judge from the condi tion he was in before he left, that he had loaded himself with more than he could conveniently carry 1 How are you on temperance candidates, Mr. Morris? Can you recommend Mr. Corwin to Jesse Ptubbs, Jacob Chambers, Andrew Coffinan, and that class of men, as a moral aud upright person, and one whom th y should support for Senatorial honors? Now Mr. Morris, face this music, as well as your other blatant temperance advo cates. If the men who sell liquor, are worse than horse thieves and murde rers, what must be said of those ap plying such epithets, and then voting into honorable positions the bummer, the horse racer, and the drunkard? Is this your plan of reforming the morals of the country? Lumber! If any ot our readers have any Wal nut, Cherry or Maple Lumber, that they wish to dispose of on good terms for cash, they can do so by address ing P. Folkebth, at Camden, who is now embarked in this business. He is a geutlemau in all his business transactions, and any person having Lumber of auy kind for sale will find it to their advantage to give him a call. For cheap Shawls of every descrip tion, go to M. F. Stephens'. An Old Adage. 'Crippled birds flutter,' by which it is easy to determine the one hit. Judg ing bp this rule, the effusions of the Editor of the Democrat, in his efforts to say something tunny (?) about the Republican County Convention held at the Conn House on the Cth inst., re minds one forcibly of the story told a bout the boy, who whistled while pass ing through the grave yard to keep up Ids courage. The most casual observer will readily detect, in his remarks, a maudlin trial at being witty, but sickly as the effort i, it carries with it the evi dences of an i inbred meanness, an ini provmeut on beggaly villainy, and a wickedness of heart made up between the venomous maligmity of a serpent, aud the spitl'ul imbecility of an inferior reptile. Now as it has already made its exit from truth and the moral world, and by many acts both of passion and deliberate injustice engraved "here lieth" on its deceased honor. It must be mere affectation in it to pretend concern at the humors or opinions of mankind respecting it. What remains of it may expire at any time, the sooner the better, for he who survives his reputation lives out despite of himself, like a man listening to his own repro- acii. rims entomted we leave tlie Dem ocrat to the inspection of the curious. The above literary gem we copy VERBATIM, ET LITEM ATIM, ET SPELL A- tim, et pun'Ctuatim, from that as tonishing, startling, unexpected ( ?) strange, uncommon, unheard of, in credible, indescribable, inexpressable, iLoiistrous, prodigious, stupendous, beggaring description and passingly strange "Ixdf.pkxdext ( ?)" "'nuze- paper," next door neighbor of us ! It is no doubt the production of that huge, immense, enormous, unbound ed, giant-like, colossal, Cvclopean mind of the candidate of the Ring Convention for Prosecuting Attorney, of this county, who has consented to take the Republican parly, with all its corruption and salary grab robbery, under the benign wings of his as tounding and inira?ii!oiul v independ ent (?) sheet, and all for an office, which, after his defeat two years ago, he declared was not worth a "G d 1" We once thought our prede cessor of the "Democrat" could beat anything nurdering the King's Eng- ish that we ever saw attempt to pub lish a paper, but we will now concede the palm to the "independent ( ?)" man, who the Ring of this county nominated for the Prosccutorship over a candidate that is a scholar and a gentleman. When such selections are made to fill important official po sitions, is it any wonder the voters of Preble county refuse to endorse them, as Mr. Barnot said iu their Conven tion? If a majority of the voters of this county don't "entomb"' this "in dependent" man, and leave him "to the inspection of the curious,' we are much mistaken in their preference of intelligence over illiteracy. Charles F. Brooke, o! Eaton, a sour mash Republican, who'has been a can didate for several years for every of fice in his district, in the gift of the President and of the people', and has had the oad lu:k to be disappointed on each occasion of the dispensation of place. This has given his political liver a chronic disturbance, aud he is looking longingly over into the Dem ocratic pasture Thus speaks a correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazettf, of the Senatorial Convention which met in Dayton, on Saturday last all of which is a lie. Mr. Brooke never was a candidate for any ofllec, except Congressman last year he was no candidats for Sena tor, but like every honest and upright man should be, he is disgusted with corruption and scoiindrelism in the present administration. He is still a Republican, but an honest one, and this accounts for the personal abuse of the Whisky Ring and salary grab bers. Every man who will not get on their boat is denounced and per sonally abused. All riglt such men Charles F. Brooke are no discredit to any party kick them out of your L.ing. Worth Seeing. M. Sturm is now receiving his im mense stock of new Winter Goods, and will offer the people such inducements iu the way of stylish and seasonable goods, as cannot fail to please the most economical buyers in quality aud price. His stock of ready made clothing is the most varied and complete ever offered in Eaton comprising all the latest and most fashionable cut and styles, and are of such a quality that even the Prince of Wales could be dressed to suit his most fastidious taste. His Hats, Caps, Shirts, under Shirts, drawers, Neckties, Collars, Hose, Gloves, and in fact ev erything in the line of furnishing goods never was equalled, and certainly never will be surpassed, either in price or quality." A sight of his stock of Trunks and Valises, would induce almost any person to pack his duds and travel. No language can give a correct description of what can be seen in his line by a visit to Sturm's store, and we therefore ad vise all to call and see for themselves, and they will say that however exag gerated our description seems on perus al, we have not told half the truth ! A correspondent of the last Eaton Register answers which is the great est man intellectually, Miller or Sti ver, by saying Mr. Stiver is a "quiet, unassuming, intelligent man !" Is not Joseph Miller the same? Why then was he slaughtered by the 168 dele gates of the illegal Convention ? If you want the late styles of shawls, call at the cheap store ofM. F. Ste phens'. The only diflerence is that Noyes calls Vallandigham a convicted trai tor, while if Vallandigham were liv ing, he would call Noyes a convicted thief. Settlement Wanted. All persons knowing themselves in debted to the undersigned are requested to call and settle immediately. Old and new accounts are included iu this notice. We want and must have it. R. REYNOLDS. Eaton, Sept. 25, 1873 2w Horses Wanted. Will be at Deem's Stable during the week of the County Fair, and want to purchase fifty head of horses. DANIEL FLOCK. Eaton, Sept. 18, 1873 2w Oil Your Harness. Farmers and others having Harness, &c, that need oiling, can be furnished with a pure article for one dollar and fifty cents per gallon, by MICHAEL & SON. Corner Drugstore, opp. Court House. The store keepers are filling up with goods of all kinds for the Fall trade. The weather of the past week is sug gestive of heavier clothing than we could have borne a month ago, and we expect the dress-makers and tai lors will soon be slashing things. Many of our citizens have attended the Cincinnati Exposition during the past week, while many yet remain to attend in future. OUR BOOK TABLE. Demmuesi's You'O Ameiuca, with all its useful, interesting and i-lquancyof material for the yoing folks. Is now rea'ly for Oc tober. YOUXG AMERICA forlS74 Is to be fur nished at SU with a valuable premium to each sub scriber. This will be good news to tli e juveniles. Address "W. JEX2TIXG3 DEMOIIEST, 833 Broad way, Y. The October number of DeM- OKEST'S MONTHLY MAGAKINB Is fully equal to Us usual excellence, includlug entertaining sto ries, fashions au'J household and other matters The extraordinary offer Demorestis making to his subscribers, of the largest, best and most popular oil cliroroot "The Old Oaken Bucket," "Caj-t!ve Child," "Home, Sweet Home," all three by Je rome Thompson, and '-After the Storm," by De Ha?, :;s a premium to each Yearly Subscriber, at each, Is truly woinlorful. Seethe October number for full particulars in rcerard to these sj-Ien iii prizes, or address "W JEXXIXOS Di-'MORKST.SSS Broadway. X. Y. OCTOBER ELECTION. ED1TOK DKMOCH AT .Mouse annOMnee th;; nam of G. H. KJ DS N as the Laboring mans' and Va rmers independent candidate for lie present a tive, subject l t:,e decision of lUc voters of Preble county, ut ihe next election. MANY FRI&NDS OP ALL I ARTIES. MR. EDITOR PiPase announce the umue of JOHN BROWN. of Monroe township. :-.s an Inde pendent candidate for County Commissioner, sub ject to the decision ot the voters of Preble county , at i tie uciouer election. MANY VOTERS. MR. EDITOR Please say that Judge CAMP BKf.L, will bean Independent C;ind'dale for ie eitftitii to the office ot Prosecuting Attorney, suo- Ject to the decision of the voters ofiVeule county, ar, me uctooer tuouiiou. , FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF EATON, INTEREST on TIME DEPOSITS will be paid in this Bunk on and after September 1st, 1873. NATIONAL BANK OF EATON, C. F. BROOKE, Cashier. Aug. 14, 1373 m6. MARRIED. On the ICth inst.. at the residence of the bride's father, by llev. Jas. Ne:il, Miss Lorimhi Kelly, to Mr. John W. Collins, all of Four Mile, this county. For the kind remembrance of the printer, be John and his fair bride, they have our best wishes that their's may be a long, prosperous and happy union, and that the cares and vissitudes of life may always be shared pleasantly and agreeably. On the 17th inst., at the Baptist Church, at Eaton, by Rev. B. J. George, Mr. Levi Hums, to Miss Martha Juut ton, all of this place. FOR SALE ! Niccum's Grist Hill ! fPHE TJXDERSIGNKD OFFERS AT PRIVATE sale his GRIST MIU. AND 75 Acres of G-ood and Im proved Land for sale. The Mill is in koo3 running- order, and has water sufficient to run it 9 months in the year. The land Is well improved, with ail the necessary out-buildinirs, in good condition. Also, a SAW cloe by tne Grist Mill. The above property Will be sola on gona ana reasonaoic terms, nere is a chance for a bara;n. JACOB NICCUM. Eaton, Sept. la, itfTa tf WORTH and BEAUTY! Wood's Household Maaazino A'D THE CHROMO YO SEMITE TTa vine control of the magnificent Oil Chromo, YOSEMITK, we are able to offer combination of literary and artistic work of genuine worth, and at prices unprecedented. This Mnecopv of a piece of Natures grandest wark. is not presented in the usual limited style. its dimensions, 14x20, making a picture of very de sirable size, in itselt An Ornament to the Room graced by its presence. Hut few copies of this beautiful Chromo will be allowed to ko to the retail stores, aud those will be sold at their Actual Retail Price, $G,00 while if offered In connection with our Magazine, In connection witl lished for $l,SO. Dotu will be turnisneu tor As a Premium the picture may be obtained by sending- us two subscriptions lor the Magazine at $1,00 each, or by subscribing for the Magazine two years In advance, at $l,ot per annum Address WOOD'S HOVSKIIOX.D MAGAZINE. Uewburgh, Y. S. E. SHUTES, Publisher. Sept. 18, 1873. J. HARVEY COX J. LEUNBEROER ANEW FXZkmi BLACKSMITH' S Are prepaired to do all kinds of work pertaining to their business, such as Horse Shoeing, Plow Laying, AXI ALL KINDS OF made and repaired on the shortest notice. Also, BUGGIES. CARRIAGES, SPRING WAGONS, made and repaired, particularattentlon paid to mending SPRINGS and warranted. Also all kinds of wood work done on reasonable terms. Shop one uoor jast, oi lue voiy xiuuc. Eaton Ohio. July 10. 1873 tf. SHERIFF'S SALE. GHKKIKFVS S.Y1..E. By virtue of aTendifexpona9 issued from the Court of ):n::ia:i Ilias ofl'rft ble ermntv. Ohio, an'l to nie diit.'fi-I. I will offer hi Public "tsiilt-. on the prpmiscs of li've AHi-n, IU mile K.ist of WincliestiT. in sui'! ounty ami Mtute, on MONDAY, the till day of (Ictobrr. 1ST:, be twppn the hours of 12 mid 4 o'clock, 1. M., tlie fol lowing ioods :tn.i chatties, to-vit: 0:t itirht bay M;ire. one dark ba Horse, one Ton is iz iy, one 2-horse Waon. one 2-iiorse Harrow, o:ic red and white spotted Cow, the undivided half of I head of sheep, the undivided hpli of one Heaping Ma chine, and 1-G or.VK'O Ks ' Tithae"o, more or ln-s. Taken as the property of Isaac Allen, a:i ! I he so"d l.y order of Court, in case wherein Mi.-'ial Keller; adm tnistrator. .to., is plaimiif. and N'a!h::u l'ierson ami Isaac Allen are defeii-laats. Case N'n. 32.JI. Terms Cash. JOnS TJWXSEXD, sheriff. Sept. S". 1873-WS I""1 QHEKIFF'S SALE. THE STATE 3 ot' Ohio, Vreble county, ss. Pursu ant to iin order of sale in partition, from the Court of Common Ploas, and to ine flireu I will olt'i-r at Public Sale, at the door ol the Court Hou, in Eaton, 111 said county, on SATLKDAl , Octo ber 4th, A. 1). 1S73, between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock P. M., the following described real estate, to wit: Beingln lct number forty-three, (45) in the town of Eaton, Preble county, Ohio, as known and numbered on the original plat of said town. Appraised at $1,300. To be sold by order of Court, in case wherein Thomas J. Xoe is plaintiff, and Charles F. Brown and others are de fendants. Case No. 3357. TEEMS One-third cash on day of sale, one-third in one year, and one third in two years, with interest. The deferred payments to be secured by tnorto-aare on the premises. JOHN' TOWXSEXD, Sheriff. Mii.leh & Harris Att'ys. August 2S, 1373, tds." prf. 5,75. QIIERIFF'S SALE. THE STATE io of 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 Sa.e, at the door of the Court Mouse, in Eaton, SAT UK DAY, October 18,1873, between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P. M. the following described Real Estate, situat ed in the county of Preble and State of Ohio, to wit: It being a part of the south cast quarter of section number five (5) iu township number nine (0) of range two (2) east in the township and county aforesaid, and commencing at the south west corner of said south east quarter; thence north on the quarter section line 80 rods to John Q. Juday's south west corner; thence east on said Juday's south line to a stone 12 rods; thence south parallel with the section line 33 rods and 5 feet to a stone ; thence west t) feet and 6 inches; thence west of south 47 rods to a stone on the section line some 9 rods east of the south west corner of said soutli east quarter; thence west on the section line to the place of beginning; except one acre heretofore deeded by John M. Samuels and wife to Catharine Shaw ; said excepted one acre is twenty rods long north and south and eight rods east and west and taken out of the south west corner of said soutli east quarter. The land intended to be conveyed herein amounts to about four and one half acies be the same more or less. Appraised at $ TERMS CASH. To be sold by order of Court in case wherein John M. Samuels is plaintiff, and John G. Colvin defendant. Case No. 2378. jOHX TOWXSEXD, Sheriff. Campbell & Gii.moue, Atty's. September 11, 1873. prfs. $9,90 SHERIFF'S SALE. THE STATU OF OHIO. Preble County, ss. Pursuant to the command of an order of sale from the Court of Common Fleas, and to me directed, J will offer at Public s.le. at the door of the Court House, In Katon, on SATURDAY, September -Ti, A. 1). 1873, between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock P. M., the following de scribed licwi Estate, to-wit: Lot number sixty. (flu) as known aud designated on the Town Plat ofihe Town of West Alexandria, in said county of Pre ble. Appraised at ??fH). To he sold by order ofCotTrt, in the rase wherein James Campbell is plaintiff, and Tobias Folken ste'a and others are defendants. Case J?o. 3318, Terms cash on dav of sale. JOHN TOWSSESD, Sheriff. Campbell & Gilmore, Att'ys. August Jl. 1S73 tds. prf. g-j.50 OHERIFF'b SALE. THE STATE 3 of 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 Court House, in Eaton, on SAT URDAY, September 27, A. D. 1873, be tween the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P. M. the following described Real Estate, to wit: Being a part of the Xorth-east quarter of section number six, in Town ship number six, of range three, East; coniaining eighteen acres, more or less; and also ten acres, more or less, out of the orth-west quarter of section num ber five, in township six, of range three, East ; and bounded and described as fol lows : On the East by Peter Rough's line, on the North and West by Samuel Kf.slers (now Jonathan Cottermon's) line, and on the South by Joseph Dill man's line. The two tracts containing in the aggregate twenty-eight acres of land, be the same more or less. Appraised at To be sold by order of Court in case wherein Jonathan Cotterman is plaintiff, and Manassa Young and others are de fendants. Case No. 3315. Terms cash on day of sale. JOHNT TOVVNSEND, Sheriff. A. Haixes, Att'y. August 21 1873-tds. prf $7 30. SHERIFF'S SALE. STATE OF Ohio, Preble county, ss. Pursu ant to the command of an order of sale from the Probate Court, and to me directed. I will offer at Public Sale, at the door of the Court House, in Eaton, on SATURDAY, October 4lh, 1873, between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P. M., the following de scribed Real Estate, situated in isom ers to wnship, Preble county, Ohio, and bounded and described as follows, to- wit: Being the undivided one-fourth part of the South half of the North west quarter of section number 21, township , range 2 east. Appraised at .p7o0,00. To be sold by order of Court, in case wherein Louisa Pearson and oth ers are plaintiffs, and Francis Doty and John H. Zimmerman, Adminis trators of John R. Zimmerman de ceased, are defendants. Terms cash on dav of sale. JOHN T OWXSEXD, Sheriff. August 28, 1873 Ids. prf. $5.50. Ipplicttuioii for Pnrtlon. NOTICE is hereby given that on or after the 15th day of October, 1873, an application will be made to the Gov ernor of Ohio for the pardon of Peter Swain, now iu confinement in the Ohio State Penitentiary, for the crime of Grand Larceny, of which he was con victed at the "June term, 1873, of the Court of Common Pleas, of Preble coun ty, Ohio, and upon which conviction he was setenced to imprisonment in the Penitentiary at hard labor for the term of oueyear from Julv 14th, 1873. JAMES A. GILMORE, Att'y for Peter Swain. Sept. 11 1873--w3 prf $2.75 DENTAL ROOMS, IN FILBERT'S BUILDING. Dr. B- F. Bowman, WOBK FIRST CLASS AND WABRASTRD. Eaton, June 26, 1873 6m RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R. RAILWAY LINE. Paiscror Trains viil ran ca this EiR.d, le.iv:3j fhs several Stations as follcsra : lakes Effect Sunday, December, 1, 1872, at 3,00 M. Upward Trains. Downward Trains. Mail Train leaves a.m. Cincinnati 7. mi Hamilton S.03 oven Mile S.2I ColliKSVillc 8.3!l S'Knervtlle 8.SR ;.i"l-len 8-4S IJarr.efs E.non n.13 New H-V)c 9.J.1 Florence 8.31 Westvilip 9.SS I. & W. Junction. . . 9.49 Arr. at liiohuioiid .. 9.55 Mail Tais L a VE. P. M Riclimod n. & W. Junction. Wostvllle Florence New Hoie Eaton Barnefs t'-ainden Somerville .. Oollinsvillc .Seven Mile Hamilton ... Arr. at Cincinnati . Chicago Expb's. Kic'imond r. .4 W.. Junction .. "Westville Florence Sow Hope . . . Eatou R.-irnet's Camden . SornervJ'.e Colli nsvtlle 'von Mile Hamilton Cilu'iilttjitl . G 43 ..G.47 . .6.54 .7.04 ..7. 1 . 7..K ..7J7 .7.44 . 7.54 . f.14 9.0 Bs P.M; A.V- .'i.3'' incimiiitl . H-iTtillton .. StrVf! Mile C'.llin5vlllc SiinerviHe. Cnnvlen . . . tt;irriets . . . Kriton Sevr Hope . Florence... Wi-ilville. . .. 8.0" . . .9.03 O 1 '.'..!. 3" .;.4K b.'ie. . B.UO fi.ll .I-..30 F.3.- .e.if e.r.4 7.(1? 7,95 .S.35 ... .1". '3 10.53 10.31 j lO.r.s i I), .t V. Junctlo:i...-10.19 Kiclimond 1') A ceo mm Tilchmoiirl odation Freighl. r. M A M .7 40'nlchmond 0 I. A W. Junction 7 3fiD' & W. Junction 9,8 :8 Westvllle, 7 osWestvllle Morence Xiiw Hope. ....6 2 :Xow Hope 6 -V'i- ir.rence..-. " ..9 t0 10 30 . ...io 11 1 j.ilon Barnet's Camilen Somerrllle Colllnsvllte Seven Mile Hamilton Cincinnati, T., WItLUHA . h (isi- aton 5 33Rarnet's Ji 2Cantden 5 OlSomerville i ;nr-ollin-3vil!p.-.. ...11 30 ...11 SI 4 33even Mile 12 " 4 OOIlnmilton 13 3't Cincinnati - 1 4 D. Mcl.REX, Supi. S Ass"t sui?f. RAILWAY LINE. Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis RAILWAY LINE. Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis RAILROAD. PAX-HANDLE ROUTE. CONDENSED TIME CARD. RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION OCTOBER 27th, 1872. OOING NORTH. 1 yo. io Cincinnati Richmond ....... Ilairorstown,. . STew Castle, A n flerso u ......... Kokomo, Lopansport Crown Point,.. Chicago, 7.0ft a m. I 8 -CO p. m. 10.00 a. lii ' 11.00 p. m. 10 47 a. m. 1.45 d. m 11.40 a. m. U 40 p. n. 2 30 p. m, 3 3- p. m. 7 0J p. m. 8 40 p. m. 12,15 a. m. l.lo a, m. 2.4ft a. m 4.00 a. m. 7 02 a. m 8,45 a. m GOING SOUTH. I No. 1. No. 3. Ch f cayo M T.a Crosse, r.oi:-an sport Kokomo Anderson, New Cast!1 Harer?townt Kiclimond , 8.20 p. m. $.20 a. m. 9.f6 p. m, 10.03 a. m. 13.15 a. m. j 1.20 p. m. 1.0 a. m. f 2.25 p. m. 3.18 a. m. I 4.12 p. ml 4.17 a. m. I 5.03 p. m. 4.47 a. m. j 5.38 p. m fi.!T a. m. 1 6,30 p. m. Cincinnati , 8,35 a. m. 9.20 d. m. No.8arrlvesStite Line at I. M.. and No. 10 nt C.45 Y. M. No. 10 leaves Richmond Daiiv, ex cept Sonrtav, and Lo.insport for Chicago Daily, No 2 leaves Daily except Saturday aud Sunday. No. 1 will leave Chicago Daily, except Saturday. Ail other Trains start Dnily. exepet Sunday. CONDENSED TIME CARD. Columbus and Indianapolis Division. GOING WEST. I So. 2. Ko. 6. No. 10, Pittsburgh, Columbus, Milford Center, Uubana Plqua Bradford Jun., Greenvile P.lcbinond Cambridge, C. Knlstatstown,. 2.00 p. m. 1 1.35 a. ra. 1.00 a. m. 9.50 a. m. 2.23 a. ni. 10. .VI a. ra, 3.12 a. m. 11.43 p. iu. 4.23 a. m. 12.48 p.m. S.OO.a. nt. 1,30 p. m. A. 30 a. m. 1.08 p. m. B. 3K a. m. 3.02 p. m. 7.15 a. m. I 3.10 p. m. 8'23n. ra. ( 4.23 ti. m. .00 a. m .45 p. m 1.55 p. m. .40 p. m. t.45 p. m. 1,20 p. It,. i.53 p. m. 1.05 p. m 1.48 a. m. !.37 a. m M0 a. m. 10.00 a. m. f 5.55 p, m. GOING EAST. Ko. 1. I No. 5, Iso. TT- Tndianapolis... Knle;htstown(. Cmbridse..... Richmontl Greenville Bradford Jun, Plqua . TJrbana, Milford, Cen't ColumbTts, Pittshugh 4.30 a. m. 7.00 a. m 7.00 p. m- 8.20 p. m. 9.20 p. m 10,05 p. m. 11.10 p. m. 11.50 p. m. 12.12 p. m. 1.10 p. m. 6.43 6.29 7,15 8.13 8.55 a. in. i i ui a. m. I 9.19 a, m. a. m. I 9.55 a. m. a. m. 11.01 a. m. 9.17 10.1! a.'m.'l 12.13 p. m. 10.50 12.30 8,15 a. ni. I 2.02 p. m. a. m. I 3.20 p. m. p. m. 1 11.10 p m. I 1.52 a. m. 3.10 a. m. 11.50 m. Noa;2and7 run Dally: All other Trains Daily, except Sunday. F. B Myers. Gen. Pass & Ticket Aft. January 3d,-1872-ly; T. JOHN LANDER! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IP Ju Provisions, CO MM ER CLA L BLOCK, KATOX, OHIO. 7 Highest price in cash or trade, paid for all kinds of Country Frocrace. Eaton. Sov. 21,81 2-Cmos , P. COOK. I J. D. MILLER. Ooolr & lEZiller, GRAIN DEALERS. EAST MAIN STREET, Eaton, Preble County, O. nOT.15, 1872-tf. BENJ. HUBBARD. I. E. FREEMEN ' Huhba-rd s Freemen Attorneys & Counselors at Law. 1 7 ILL, attend promptly to all tmsi- V ness entrusted to their care, in the various courts of this State. Office iu Marsh & Lockwoocl building, 2d story Miiin Street, Eaton, O. Jan-17-yl-tl OUINN & KLINGER, Manufacturers of DEALERS IK FINE OUT & PLUG Chewing Tobacco's Smooking Tobacco's AKD Smoker's Articles. Pipes, Pouches, Cigar SMol tiers, S'c, MIXOirS BLOCK, Opposite Court House, Main St., Eaton, Ol.lo. Fel).27, 187S.-tf. -WZMI- ENGLE, MERCHANTS TAILOR !! Filbert's New Building. ERIES Cor Main & Cherry Sts., Eat on, O SPRING OF 1873 Sir i C mil!!"!. GREAT ATTRACTICtf AT m ORRIS OTURM'S. 3 JSt kJ TTAVE XO"W A FULL, STOCK OF READY MADE Spring & Summer Clothing M'li'.ch I will sell at prices to wilt tte times COATS, PANTS, VJiSTS. TRUNKS VALISES. HATS, CAPS. GEXTS' FURXISHIXG GOODS, &C. To which I Invite tlie Attention of my old'enstom- awa n, .Via i.K1, Tlianlrlnl for the liberal pntronage here tofore received, I desire to say tliat for the Spring of 1S73. 1 will SELL CLOTIIING . CHEAfEIi than ever before offered in this mark et, and invite the people to ciil and examine iny stock and learn ir y prices. Kernember the old stand, where the Best and Cheapest Clothing in LaUa is always sold lor Small Profits tfid Quick Sales. ' M. STURM, Opposite Jail, No. 10, Main Street. .Eaton, May 8, 1873, ly. AND PRODUCi3, InAite attention to their tock of fam- . ILY GROCERIES ailtl -PRODUCE, Of which they keep a full and complete stock at their old stand on Baron Street IZaton, 19. We flatter ourselves that we can sell as low as any other house in town, and will keep always on band tne beet Drand? of PROVISIONS. VEGETABLES. ALMONDS SPICES, TEAS, SUGARS, SYBUP8, COFFEE, RAISINS, BUTTER, CHEESE. HAMS. SHOULDERS. . FAMILY FLOUR, CORN MEAL. & RICE &c ALSO Salt by tlie Barrel. The patronage of the public is solicited Jan ii. l72 yl. IVTera , Firm I! AT RESSLER'S OLD S f A N D. E ester & Lange, Carriage, Buggy, and Spring Wagon Manufactory. They would call the attention of tr-elr friends and NEW STOCK Of Carriages, Buggies &c. Before purchasing elsewhere. - Special attention paid to Repairing. Ill WorK Warrantea. An times nre hnrd we lire now selllnir At verr reduced uricea. Old Buircles exchanged for new ones, or new ones exchanged for old. Ky GIVE US A CALL. S3ff KESTEF & LAKCF, JLumberT XiUtnber f To The Public. - H0BINS0N CHAMBERS & CO. KEEP for sale at LOWEST MARKET PRICES PINE, POPULAR and ASH Floarlne, Dressed Pine nd PopulKrSideing, Dressed Ash Pine and POPLAR FINISHING LUMBER. -r . .' STAIR BALLUSTERS, NEWEL rOSTS.Ao Are also prepared to furnish DOORS. WINDOW FRAMES. SASH PANEL. and Batten Doors and to SAW up. MOULD OR TURN LUMBER to order. We intend to make it to the Inn-rest of those needing anything In cur line to deal with us. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR EBI FUI LAK A.MJ Alt J.cur.rt. KOIUXSOiSr, CHAMBERS & CO E alon, April 1,187!. tf iVARREN JEFFERSON! Keeps constantly on hand a No. 1 quality of . CHEWING TOBACt O. FINE CIGARS, Camlies, JYuts A" Raisins ALSO A Genuine article of pare WHISKY Pnr Medical PurnosR only: at his Saloon, one door Euot of Joa me ral Block. Eaton u. Jply 10, 1673 tf . HOUSE I SIGH PAINTERS, GEAINEES AND GLAI2EKS, Donnhoc's Building, upstairs, MainJStreetf Liaton, Ohio. Michael & Sons. Druggists & . Booksellers ! MINOR'S BLOCK. (Opposite Court Home,) Fft. to. 178-tf. E1TOW. O, '