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Thursday Oct. 2, 1873, LOCAL DEPARTMENT. OUR CANDIDATES. li. D. CoRwisr, or" Dayton, is the Republican and salary grab candidate for Senator, and Dr. J. D. Kemp, of the same city, is (lie independent Democratic'iioiniiiee for the same po sition, aud as the people will soon be called upon to choose or. make their selection between these and ot her can didates in this county, a brief review of the men seems to be eminently .. - 1 .i! rirnncp lor WlC consiuui.iuuii ui int.- x & voters. Mr. Corwiu is a young man of very questionable moral character, aud is no doubt pledged to the support of Scheuck or Delano for the United States Senate. He was introduced here on the day of Howe's circus, by Col, Rob't. Williams, the Revenue Collector, as the Ring candidate for Senator, but made a poor impression with the yeomanry of Preble county. He is the Ring-masters candidate for Senator, with no moral worth as a man to recommend him to the suffrage of the people, a mere tool and representa tive of the "Whisky Ring at Dayton. He lias no sympathy with the toiliug aud laboring millions, for from his stand point in life, he only looks np- ou them as fit subjects for pillage and taxation. On the other hand Dr. Kemp is a modest and an unassuming man : of good habits, and comes from the mid die classes in life. A self-made man and a true representative of industrial labor, he is presented as an independ ent candidate for Senator, and we so licit for him the suffrage of the peo ple, unbacked by either whisky or monied rings. He has represented Montgomery county iu the Legisla ture with credit to himself and to the entire satisfaction of his constituency, He is now in the field again, and the voters will soon have to choose be. tween him and the whisky "ring can didafe, for Senator. For Representative of Preble conn ty, A. Stiver and G. H. Eidson are before the people. Mr. Stiver is the candidate of the fag end of the old Court House Clique, and it may be truly said, th.it he is the last of Mohe- giinsl He was presented as a candi date by the old disinteregated Ring Republican party, few survivors of whom convened at the Court House, on the Gth of September, and brought him forth nniler the srui-e of a Re publican nominat. an. Theaunouuce . tniMit of his name as a caudidate for ltepresentati ve fell still-born, even a . mong the Republicans themselves, for . ns one of them remarked at the time, "Mr. Stiver would not have been thought of for Representative, if the fossil remains of the great mastodon had not been recently exhumed in thecouuty." "True," remarked au '' other, the latter fossil brought forth the former, and the- one has as much . life as the other but let 'em rip 'Rut to be candid, what is Mr. Stiver? He is ueither positively an affirmative nor a genuine negative, but rather a cross between, with bewildered non committals. He is a Justice of the Peace and a Lawyer upon a very nar row scale, at Winchester, in this coun ty, and there is nothing in his ante cedents to recommend him to the sup ' port of the people, except his very contracted views of men and business.- He represented the county once, but all the good he done was for himself, in drawing his per diem allowance from the State Treasury, for after he arrived at the Capital, neither he nor the county he propos ed to represent was ever heard from. He made a still Representative, and the only claim that can be made is his behalf - as a public-spirited man is, that he is a Grand Templar and voted for the Adair Liquor Law. The coun ty has had enough of such Represen tatives. It is bumiliating to the citi zens and will continue so long as the people send old fossils and one-idead men to represent them. G. H Eidson, the Independent can didate is a live man, with such varied talents as lead to success. This is a bundantly proven in the management of his own private affairs, for he that represents himself well in life, as a general rule, will properly represent the public. While Mr. Eidson, by close attention to business, has work ed himself up in life, he has not been narrow or selfish in his views, but at all times kept the welfare of the com munity strictly under consideration, building houses and thereby affording labor and employment to mechanics of all classes, and with all giving aid and comfort to all improvements cal culated to develop the town and coun ty iu which he was born and lives. He is a live man all over ; a repre sentative of the laboring classes, and is just the kind of a person the farm ers and mechanics want to represent them in our State Legislature. He is opposed to peculation and decid edly condemns the salary grab and steal, from the President down. We have no doubt but that he will be tri umphantly elected. I. E. Fbeemau aud Johji V. Camp bell, candidates for Prosecuting At torney. Each one of these gentlemen have been elected and served the county as Prosecuting Attorney, Mr. is ed a a Freeman for one term, being defeated by Mr. Campbell in a close contested election two years ago. Mr. Freeman is agaiu running as the caucus nomi nee, and depends more upon party drill for the success of his election, than upou his own merits. He once ran as au independent candidate, in violation of his party nominations and therefore it is under no obliga tions to vote for him on party grounds. The independent (?) journal that he started with all its flourish of trum pets, has fallen into partizan ruts, and blindly follows the dictates of an il legal aud arbitrary caucus, Judge Campbell, the independent candidate for Prosecuting Attorney, is a gentleman well and favorably known for his deportment and affa bility, having served as Probate J udge and Prosecuting Attorney to the en- tiro satisfaction of all concerned. In every respect he has discharged the duties of the office with safety to the county and impartiality to all parties litigants. In no instance has he at tempted to shield any one before either the Grand cr Petit Jury, but in every complaint he has used all par ties alike. This much can be fairly said of him, and further, that he is fully competentand strictly honest. Then why should he be retired at the end of his first term, to make room lor an incompetent partizan ? If the present incumbents of the Auditor's and Treasurer's offices, are entitled to a secoud term, because they have been honest and faithful servants, why should not the same be accorded to the office of Prosecu tor ? Let the independent voters of Preble connty answer at the polls, J. B. Campbell and John Brown, are the candidates for Commissioner. Mr. Campbell is the caucus candidate of the once dominant party of the county. In its last convulsions for life, it slaughtered Mr. Coovert in the shuffle and turned up Mr. Campbell as the exponent of a dead body. The caucus in its anxiety for fossils slaugh tered both Coovert and Davisson, of Monroe. When the deed was done, the people of Monroe became clamo rous, and claimed that their township should by right be represented in the Board of Commissioners, as the first and third ranges were represented in the persons of Conger and Prugh. This circumstance suggested the name of John Brown, of Monroe Township, for County Commissioner. John Brown is a farmer, and fully conversant with the wants of the peo pie, and if elected will guard well the interests of the tax-payers of this county. No Court House rings will ensnare him, for he has no axes to grind at other people's expense. An independent Commissioner is what the tax-payers want in the Board to guard their interests. It seems that the recent causus that convened at Eaton, had some spite at the North part of the county, for it slaughtered Miller, of Jefferson, for Representative, and Coovert of Mon roe, for Commissioner, and both on the second term. Surely Miller was as able a Representative as Stiver can possibly make, for they have both been tried, and of the two, Miller ap peared to have more signs of life than Stiver. Coovert discharged the du ties of Commissioner to the entire satisfaction of the county, but it was claimed he had some moral defects, which seemed to offend these wisea cres, who took upon themselves to dispose of the county offices, legiti mately belonging to the people. If this were not the reason for their conduct, why not have nominated Davisson ? The truth is the fiat had gond forth that the North part of the county should have no representa tion in the county offices, and for this cause no one JNorthoithe town ot Eaton, could ring in ; and this was the reason why Miller, Coovert and Davisson were decapitated, to sub serve some ulterior purpose among the wire-workers of that imperious caucus. But the :soul of John Brown" looms up in the distance and is now marching on to victory. The omen a good one, ana seems to striKe with terror the vision of these hucksters and dealers in the affairs of humanity. Then let every independ ent voter in the couuty strike the chorus as the boys did in the army, the "soul of John Brown is marching on,'' and as free men break the shack els of party and roll up a rousing ma jority for the Independent Ticket at the October election. is all are but Clothing and prices to suit the every body at Joe Woerner's. County Fair. Our Agricultural County Fair open on Tuesday with fine weather and splendid prospect of the best one ever held. Can any body tell us what are the qualifications of A. Stiver for Repre sentative? He represented Preble county once, and so far as he was any practical benefit to our county, he might as well have been in China. We propose to send a man who has some qualifications for the position live man a man of business and energy, and who will be a credit to the county. We have had enough of old dead fossils, let ns have a living one now. Windsor Scarfs for gentlemen at Joe Woerner's. by Another Senator in the Field. The Prohibitionists of Montgomery and Preble, have placed in nomina tion, Mr. Matlack, of our place, as their candidate for Senator. Mr. Matlack is a gentleman and well qual ified to fill the position, and we sup pose the Eaton Register will sup port him in preference to Corwin, as it is a splendid oppo- tunity for Ikey and all the good temperance friends to show their honesty and consisten cy for a principle that they "light, bleed and die for," eleven months in the year! Let their good work now begin. See the styles of piece goods at Joe Woerner's, the prettiest patterns and largest stock in Eaton- A Good Selection lVe learn that tha Burlington and Missouri River Rail Road Company, have appointed Gen. Hendricks as their Agent for this county, to aid in the sell ing ot their broad acres in Iowa and Nebraska. If turned loose generally, with his age and experience and general knowledge of men aud things, especially of the effects of climate on the animal and vegetable kingdom from Mexico to the northern Lakes, the General would be a success, and of great service to all parties interested, as he is as well post ed as need be to make manifest his store of useful knowledge bearing on the va ried subjects, that should be understood by all seeking homes in the west or south. See his advertisement. ' Reasons why you should buy your Clothing at Joe Woerner's. You can get a larger choice, better style, and lower prices than any where else. New Stove Firm. We understand that our County Com missioners have opened a Stove Store, and they stand prepared to furnish all persons in want of good coal stoves, on the most reasonable and liberal terms. They will furnish them at least 25 per cent higher, including your expenses to Cincinnati to the Exposition aud re turn, (which the county will pay,) than either MeCabe or Reynolds can I The Four Mile Commissioner is the principal of this firm, who will attend to all busi ness of this kind with the most econo mical strietuess, to himself I In pur suance of this business they have dug a' hole under the Court House, where they propose keeping old Stoves and Coal for sale. Any person wanting anything in their line can get accommodated by call ing on Prugh at Winchester, or Conger at Eaton, Coovert being out of the Ring. To save from 25 to 50 per cent by buy ing your Clothing at Joe Woerner's. Straw hats have disappeared from view. To remove stains from character Get rich. The price ot an Independent ( ?) iournal is now au office not "worth a D !" See the Blue Cloth Coats for $10,50 as good as usually sold at $15, at Joseph Woerner's. If any body has anything by which they can prove that A. Stiver did rep resent this county once, it will be gladly received. Mormons are accused of tampering with the mails. It has formerly been the other way. Over a door in a neighboring town this sign : "No admisun mit out you half pizziness." While Probate Judge of Hamilton county, Noyes "grabbed" $13,526,20 for indexing eight books. Three old boots, a gaiter, and a hoop skirt in front of a house indicate that the family has moved. Evenings for reading are returning, and now is the time to subscribe for Democrat, wherein you will find the local news of the county of any importance. We can hardly believe the Sedalia Democrat when it says that a Kansas City lady's trunk was blown up by of the elastic bustles. Perhaps it was her chest. The newest drink that has bean in troduced is the "Modoc Punch," war ranted to put you in your "lava bed" with a suddenness that will be sur prising, tyrant uses it. A liquor dealer in Galveston en deavors to overcome the scruples and rake in the stamps of the religious by quotations from the Testament and Martin Luther. The new fifty cent shin-plasters have made their appearance. They not halt so neat as tne oui ones, are worth just as much. Four of them will pay for the Democrat one year. There are men whose censure we to their compliments. When class speak well of us, we feel inquiring with Socrates : "What crime have we committed; wnereas, when they villify us, we are happy in and virtue." It is remarked by a somewhat dis sipated young man, as an argument against temperance, that a Temper ance Lodge organized in Maine in 1856, numbering 200 men, has lost 47 death, while every old bummer in town is yet living. A counterfeit treasury note of the denomination of $500, last issue of 1869, has been discovered in circula tion. It is so well executed as to de ceive even the elect. .Newspaper men, peanut venders and others hand ling large sums of money would do well to be on their guard. 55 at J. or the the to We at .il Worth Seeing. M. Sturm is now receiving hU immense stock of new Winter Goods, and willofl'er the people such inducements in the way of stylish and seasonable goods, as cannot fail to please the mot economical buyers in quality and price, llis 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, Cap: Shirts, Under Shirts, Drawers, Xeckties, Collars, Hose, Gloves, and in fact ev erything in the line of furnishing good;?, never was equalled, and certainly never will be surpassed, either in price or quality. A sight of his stock of Trunks aud 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 there fore 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 ! Largest stock of Xcck Ties, Ssarfs, Papea Collars, &c, at Joe Wimrner's. Millinery Goods. Mrs. R. A. Geat has now supplied her establishment, on Barron street, with a complete and well selected stock of MILLIXERY GOODS and XOTJOXS, which she offers on the most reasonable terms. The ladies are respectfully in vited to call and examine her assortment before purchasing elsewhere, as she thinks she cannot help but please all in the price and quality of goods. UCt. 2, 1H73 W2 The latest styles of Hats & Caps for Fall & Winter'at Jos. Woerner's. A frightful runaway occurred on Tuesday morning last. A horse attach ed to a spring wagon, belonging to Mr. Levi Risinger and driven by his son, became frightened and ran into a horse rack, pitching the driver and two other occupants over the rack on the sidewalk, making a wreck of the wagon, but fortu nately breaking no bones or injuring those iu who were in the vehicle. Any person attending the Fair and wanting a good meal at any time, can be seived in the very best style at the Boarding House on the grounds. It is kept by Farr & Co-. A CARD. Letters addressed to an assumed or fictitious uame, or in the initials. or to the Nos. of a Letter Box, cannot be received under the instructions of the Post Office Department, to be con veyed in the Mails. Their delivery bearing either ot the above addresses is strictly prohibited. This rule is adopted by the Government for the purpose ot guarding the public inte rest against traud, and a strict adhe rence t it is required. BENJ. NEAL. P. M. Eaton, Oct. 2, 1873. tf Clothing cheaper than the cheapest at Joe Woerner's. A. lew weeks ago, a negro was hanged in Cairo, Illinois. Even after the noose was adjusted about his neck he was given choice of bein launched into eternity or residing per manently in that delightful town. "Jerk datrope!" was his indignant reply and they jerked it. Go and see the nobby styles of Hats at joe woerner's. 4 FOR SALE. Desirable Property. Oiie Brick btore House, 22 feet front, feet deep, two stories high, with hall above well finished throughout, with stock of goods in good condition and having a good trade. Also one Cottage Dwelling in good repair, with eight rooms, cellar, wash and wood house, with half an acre of laud well set iu shrubbery and fruit trees, will be sold a bargain. For particulars, address Bake, Contreras, Ohio. Oct. 2, 1S73 lw The place to get stylish Hats, Caps, Clothing, at Jos. Woerner's fashion able Store. la Church Festival. Hie Ladies of the Baptist Church of Eaton, will have an Oyster supper at Town Hall, on Friday and Satur day evenings, Oct., 10th and 11th, for benefit of the Baptist Church. All invited to attend. See prices of ready made Clothing at Jos. Woerner's. Settlement "Wanted. at All persons knowing themselves in debted to the undersigned are requested call and settle immediately. Old and new accounts are included in this notice. want money and must have it. Its li. REYNOLDS. Eaton, Sept. 25, 1873 2w OCTOBER ELECTION. EDITOR DEMOCRAT Please announce the name ol'G. H. EIDSON as the Laboring mans and Farmers Independent candidate fnr Henresenta- subject to the decision of the voters of I'reble county, at the next election. JUAiS 1 r ttl.iL. UJ ALL fAtllJli. MR. EDITOR Please announce the name of JOHN BROWN, of Monroe township, as an Inde pendent candidate for County Commissioner, sub ject to the decibion ot the voters of Preble county, J. tae uciouer election. MANY VOTERS. MR. EDITOR Please say that J mice CAMP BELL, willbeun Independent candidate for lfr- eleetion to theoftice of Prosecuting Attorney, sub ject to the decision of the voters of Preble county, to iuc uciuuci eitajLiuii. MANY VOTERS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF EATON, INTEREST on TIME DEPOSITS will he paid in this Bank on and after September 1st, 1873. Cashier. Aug. 14, 1873 1116. of SHERIFF'S SALE. SHERIFF'S SALF.. By virtue or n vendi exponas 3 issued from the Co'irl of Co::iriion Pleas of Preble conntv, Ohio, and to me t'liccled. I w'll offer at Public wale, on the pri-mist -, oflsnao AlU-n, mile East of Winchester, ju snifi cmntv and .Suite, on MONDAY, the tith day of October, 1S73, be tween the hours of 12 and 4 o'cliH-k, 1. M., the fol lowing iroods and chatties. t- wit: One iiif lit biiv Mare, one dark tmj Horse, Top H':cify. one 2-horse Wapon, one 2-horse lli,rn.v.-. o:ie n-d and white spoiled ;ow, the undividt-d half of 1 1 head of Sheep, the undivided hplfof oiie Rnanin Ma chine, and 1-5 of '0;i0 Bis of Tobacco, more or less. Taken as the property of Isaae Allen, hm I to be so',d by order of Court, in cae w'a.jrein Micacal Keller: aiirn inistrator, Ac., is pliiuriii. arid N.itlian Pierson and Isaac Allen are U"i"-n! -mis. cae No. 3201. Terms Cash. JOHN T.nVN'-iKND. Sheriff. STivnn Freeman, Alt's. Sept. 21. 1ST.) wi prf2.a0 S" IIERIFF'S SALE, Til K STATE of Ohio, Preble county, ss. Pursu ant to an order of sale in p irtition, from the Courtof Common ami to irnj direc I will otter at Pn'iiie Sale, :it the door ot the Court Hon-;!', in Eaton, in said county, on SATL'JiDAY, Oet'i ber4t!i, A. 1. 1373, bet ween tlri hours of 1 ami 4 o'clock 1 M.. Mi n following describe:! real estate, to w'n: B.'iiig In let number fortv-three. (43) in the town of Eaton, Preble county, 0!ii:, as known and numbered 0:1 the original plat of said town. Appraised at $1,300. To be sold by order of Court, in ease Therein Thomas J. Nop is nlaiurilf. and Charles 1 . Brown an I other.-, are de fendants. Case Xo . 3357. lJiiKAlS One-third cash on dnv of .iik, one-uuni 111 one yir-.r, and one- third m two years, with interest. The deterred payments to he secured by niorig:ire 011 rne premises. JOHN" TOWXiSHXJ), Sheriff. Miller & Harris Alt' vs. August 2$, 1S73, tds. prf. QHERIFF'S SALE. ',10. THE STATE of Ohio, Preble Conntv. ss. l'ursn ant to the command of au' order of sale from the Court of Common Pleas, and to me oireeted, 1 will onvr at Public Sa.e at the door ot the Court House, iu E lton SATURDAY, October IS, IS7'.S, between the hours ot 1 and 4 o clock, 1'. 31. t!i following described Ileal E -state, situat ed 111 the county of Preble and Statt. of Ohio, to wit: Jt being a part of the south east quarter of section number five (5) 111 township nuin'iM'r mne (!)) of range two (2) east in the rowushin and county aforesaid, and commencing cue soutri west corner ot said south eas: quarter; tneuce norm on tiie quarter section line 00 rods to John O. Judav south west corner: thence east 011 said Juday's south line to a stone 12 rods thence south parallel with '.lie sectioi line 33 rods and 5 feet to a stone ; thence west 9 feet and 6 mche.; ; thence west of south 47 rods to a stone on the section line some 9 rods east of the south west corner of said south east quarter ; thence west 011 the section line to the nla-e of beginning; except one acre heretofore needed DyJoIin m. Samuels and wife to Catharine Shaw ; said excepted one acre is twenty rods Ions: north aud south and eight rods east and west, ami taken out of the south west corner of said south east quarter. The land intended to be conveyed herein amounts to about four and one half aeies be the same more or less. Appraised at TERMS CASH. 10 De sola oy oruer ot court 111 ease wherein John M. Samuels is plaintiff and John G. Colvin delendant. Case No. 2378. jOHN TOWXSEXD, Sheriff. Campbell & Gilmork, Atty's. September 11, 1873. prfs. $9,90 SEIERIFF'S SALE. STATE OF Ohio, Preble count v, 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 4th, 1873, between the hours of 1 and o'clock, P. M., the following de sciibed lieal Estate, situated in Som ers township, Preble county, Ohio, aud bounded and described as follows, to wit : Being the undivided one-fourth part of the South half of the North west quarter of sectioi number 21, township 6, range 2 east. Appraised at $750,00. To be sold by order of Court, in case wherein Louisa Pearson and oth ers are plaintiffs, and Francis Doty arid John H. Zimmerman, Adminis trators of John B. Zimmerman de ceased, are defendants. Terms cash on day of sale. JOHN TOWNSEJSTD, Sheriff. August 28, 1873 ids, prf. $5,50. FOR SALE! Niccum's Grist Mill ! THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS AT PRIVATE sale his GRIST MX IX AN'D 75 Acres of Good and Im proved Land sale. The Mill Is in good runnlnsr order, and has witter sufficient to run tt 9 months in the year. The land Is well improved, with ail rhe nece-sarv out buildings, in good condition. Also, a SAW EftJZX, close by tne Grist Mill. The above property wlllbesold on good and reasonable terms. Here a chance for a bargain. JACOB NICCUM. Eaton, Sept. 18, IS73 tr WORTH and BEAUTY! "Wood's Household Magazina AND THE CHROXO YO SEMITE rtaviner control of the ma-rninvnt OH Chrorao, YOSEMITi:, we ;i re able lo oftVr :i combination liternry and artistic work of genuine worth, and prices unprecedented. i nis nne copy 01 a piece 01 a attires Kmrnmsi wark. is not presented in tlie usual limited style. dimensions, HmV, making a picture of very de sirable size, iu itseit An Ornament to ths Room graced by its presence. If ut few conies of this be.uitifn! Cbromo will he allowed to go to the retail stores, and those will be sold at tneir Actual Retail Price, $G,00 while if offered in connection with our Magazine, both will be furnished for $1,50. As a Premium the picture mar lie obtained lv sending us two suhgeriptions for the Maazlnont $1,00 each, or by subscribing for Hi; Muit.ine two years in advance, at $1,00 per annum. Ad'.ircss WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD UARAZISE. Newburgu, V. S. E. SHTJTES, Publisher. Kept. 13, 1873. HARVEY COX J. LEUXBEHOEIl ANEW F'lR.rH! BLAOKSMITil' S Are prepaired to do all kinds of work pertaining their busiuess, such as HORSE Shoeing, I'low AND ALL KINDS OF Of Laying, made and repaired on tlie shortest notice. Also, BUGGIES. CARRIAGES, ct SPRING WAGONS, made and repaired, particularnttentlon pnitl to mending SPRINGS audwarranti'd. Alsoall kinds wood work done on reasonable terms. Shopoue door East of the Doty House. Eaton Ohio. July 10. 1873 tf. Just received, a fine assortment of Piece Goods for custom work at Jos. Woerner's. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R. RAILWAY LINE. Fasecagci Tr&tss vriii run en tKs Head, leavlr.r; ti e soreral Stations as folloTO : 7 ales Effect tSuvit.ni, December, 1 1872, at 3,00 P. M. Downward Train. V 1 ward Trains. ! Ail, T IE 1 n uavk C!nt!nnaU Hamilton Syvpn Mil . ... f'o!IlB?vinr SMiir-rviile ".i:ii-len ll:t;-m.ts K;tltn Now I !.; F!'rwir' , '.Vi'Sir-lIf .& W. -Iiinrtlnn . Arr. ot itlcltmomt . Cute vr:o Hx pic's Cinci'iiiul i H;ti:if :tn Sfvon Mi!f f'oMitMV'iIIC! S.-Miie rvi!li Cam Umi . 7.c . 8.03 . k.:.. 1. 1'.) y..-.; . fVfri iJ.trr.efs ... Katon W v I Tope Fiorurr Vrf-stvillP. .. .10. is ... . ti.M i. V.-T:iciln...-H iCic!iiuoii,l lo.r.r, Mail Tain I, , R'OllTWH) 3. W. .Junetimi MVstYllle FWronrt New Kitt'tn I'-iirncfs . Sr.ii'TVlUc .. .. failiiisvliV S-v.-ti ytw Hamilton ( Arr. Kt .'l:ni'i!i:ili Chicago Exn:' Itirlimmirt I. fr W.JlllU-UiMl . Wsstville T' WefK-u NVr Hope Kut'.n ft?ir;irt! . . .. .... Cniiidfn ... ... . . Somorvillo . . ... . Coil i;isvfl!( . . . . vrn MIM Hamilton Cincinnati 1 ..." n.4:: ...s.4- . . .'i.tit '-,11 . 7.0' 7j . .8.0.1 Accommodation Freight, Kic'imonil 4tltlo:mo:ul n o I. w. Jr.clioii, 7 3WV ft v. Junction !) 0" Wvr. t v II p, 7 OS West v 1 1 1 e 9 3 l'lofencM r, .",0 Florence .8 50 New fro;i fi 2iNew Hope.- ifl Katon e OS Raton 10 30 Barnet's s StBaniprs '0 famdeii 5 2Sfaniden 11 1 omervflie, OlSoniervilIe 11 31 Collinsville 4 MCollinsville 11 51 Snven Mile I 33Seven Mile IS 0 Hamilton 4 lv;lf:imillon V2 3-i Cincinnati, .r... Cincinnati, 1 40 D. McLRK, Sut-i. 1,. W1T.MAMAS Ass'l sunt. Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis RAILROAD. PAX-HANDLE ROUTE. CONDENSED TIME CARD. RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION OCTOBK1I 27th, 1S72. l ) I N tl NORTH. mcmiiati I?:chrniMl( 11 tg'ii-slown, New Cattle Anderson Ivokonv I.ortitwnort Crown Point, Chicago I -So, B f 00 rv iu. 10 oo a. u !0 47 a. m 11 41 a. m. 1 ' 40 j. n. "0 p. m. 3 St p. in. 7 n l p in. 8 40. m. I Xc. 10 I 8 Map. ni ' ll.oo n. m. , i.4ri p. m. i i.ir, n. m. I I.:.', a. m. , 2.iv' a. m. I i 'K a. in. Id 02 i. m 8,4s a. m On f X S O U T It. No. I 1. 1 No 3. Chicago T.a Ci-osc. r.orans;ort Kokomo Anderson, New Catl TTaaertuwn, Richmond, Cincinnati I 8.20 p. in. .eo a. m. I V.rS p. n, 10.00 a. ni. I 12.1., a. pi. i.D p. m. i. 'u u. ni. 2.2, It. m. 1 ..18 a. m. i 4.12 p. rat f 4.17 a. in. .i.OS p. ill. I 1.47 a. m. s.r.i p. I r...r. n. di. (i.so . I p.ss a. ni. 9.eo i. iu. N'n. ! arrives State Line at i.",5 P. M.. and Xo. 10 at fi.-l A. M. Xo. 10 leaves Richmond I)a!iv. ex cept Sunday, and Loatanspfirt for Ch icatro TlHilv, No 2 leaves Dally except Saturday aud Sundav.. Xo. 1 will leave Chiraco Dailv, except Saturday . Ail other Trains rtart lailv, exepet Surday. CONDENSED TIME CARD. Columbus and Indianapolis Division. GOING WEST. ' I 'o. tf- I No. lt, PIttsbtirtt-'i.. I 2.00 d. m. Columbus I l.ijo a. m, Ml! for CVnter. I 2.22 a. in Uubana -i.l-i a. m I'tqiia S rail ford J-.in.. firecitviJp RchTiiont Cnmbrirlsro, C Knicrlit8icwii tii'liatii polis... I 1.3.-1 a. i I u.f.o n. 1 1 1.3 H. i ro. m. UAH D. ni. 4.23 a. m. 12.48 p. m. .Vao a. m. t. in. fi.nVa. m. j 3.02 p. m. 7. Va. m. 3.li p. m. fi-ia. m. 4.23 t. m. 10.00 a. m. s.iis pt m. 9.00 a. m 5.4 " p. m ..v( p. ni. 7.(0 I. 111. 8.45 p. m. .) 1-. lii. 0.;3 p.m. 11.05 p. Ill 11.48 0. in. 12.:t7 a. in 1 .10 a.m. GOIXG EAST. I. No. ) No. 7. Tndiannpoli... Kni'-htstown, Omiorldire Kichmoni GreonviUt Bradford Jun, iqu TTrbana,, Milford. Cen't Columbus, Pittsbugh t 4.30 a. m. 7.00 a. m. I 5.-IS a. m. j 8.-29 a. m C59 a. m. f 9.18 a.m. 7,l." a. m. 9.5. a. m. ! R.1S a. m. j 11.01 a. m. a. m. ii.4. h, m. 7.00 p. m 8.28 p. to. 9.20 p. m 10,05 p. m n.io p.m. 11.50 p. ra. .17 a. in. I 12.13 D. m. I 13.H D. m. . 10.15a. m. I 1.16 p. ni. I 1.10 p. m. ; lo.r.f; a. m. j.os p. m. j j.dz a. m. ! l2.:to a. m. 3.20 p. m. I 3.10 a. m. 8.15 p. m. 1 11.10 p m. I H.IiO m. Nos:2and7 run Oallv: All other Trains Dailv. except Sunday. r . K 51 T KB s. Geu. Pub & Ticket Ag't. January 3d.-1872-ly: T, JOHN LANDER! '"WHOLESALE AND RETAIIL DEALER GROCERIES! Provisions, YSTER8 Ac. &c. fcc. COMMERCIAL BLOCK, paid for nil KATON. OHIO. BSf Highest price In cash or trade, kiuds or Country Produce Eaton, Nov. l,er 2-frnos P. COOK. 3. D. MILLER. Cook & XHillex, GRAIN DEALERS. EAST MAIN STREET, Eaton, Preble County, O. nov.15, 1872-tr. BEXJ. lll'BHAHD. I. E.tREEMEN Hubbard S& Freemen Attorneys & Counselors at Law. i f l LLi attend promptly to all biisi V V ness entrusted to their care, in the various courts of this State. Olnce in Marsh & Lockwood building, 2il story Mfim hfreet, Katon. O. Jan-17-yi-tt Tobacco 0011 & KLIN6ER, Manufacturers of A XX) - Skid! HEALERS IX FINE CUT & PLUG Chewing Tobacco's Smooking Tobacco's AND Smoker's Articles. lipes, Pouches, Cigar Holders, 'c. MIXOK'S BLOCK, Opposite t'uurt House, M::iu St., Katun, Ohio. Feb. S7, IWS.-tf. MERCHANTS TAILOR !! Filbert's New Building. Cor Main & Cherrv Ste., Katon.O SPRING OF 1873 , NEW 0pj.ng himmugi ATTRACTION AT MORRIS OTDRM HAVE XOW A FULL STOCK OF READY MADE Spring & Summer Clothing M'hicli I will 3ell at prices to suit the tlm COATS, PANTS, YL.STS. . TRUNKS VALISES. II ATS, CATS. GEXTS' FUKNISniXG GOODS, &C. BIT Old ersand the public in general. Thunkful for the libeml patronage here toftire received, I detlre to sny that for the Spring of 11:73. 1 will SELL CLOTHING CHEAPER than ever before offered in this irark et, and invite the people to ca.t and' examine my stock and learn n ypvices. ltemember the old stand, where the Hest and Cheapest Clothing1 in Eaton is always sold lor Small 'Profits and yinck bales. M.I STURM, Opposile Jail, "No. 10, Main Street. jatoii, may 8, 1873, ly. FtfJMZ, 1 GRO CJEK I lint jri c !cjo is... IRS & NELL InAite attention to their tock of "fam-, IL.Y GROCERIKS ttlKl PKODTJOE, OI WhlCll they keep a full and complete stock at their old stand on Baron Street JEaton. O. We flatter ourselves that we can sell as low as any other house in town, and will keep always on hand the best brands of PROVISIONS. VEGETABLES. ALMONDS SPICES, TEAS. BUUAB8, SYRUPS, COFFEE, BAISINS, BUTTER. CHEESE, HAMS. SHOULDERS. FAMILY FLOUR, COBN MEAL, & BJ.VK&C ALSO ' Salt by the Barrel. The patronage of the public is solicited u an ii. loia y i. - New Firm II AT dESSLER'S CLO T AND. K ester & Lange, Carriage, Buggy, and Spring Wagon Manufactory. They would call the attention or ttreir friends nd the public generally to examine their NEW STOCK Of Carriages, Buggies &c. Before purchasing elsewhere. Special attention paid to Eepairing.-. .Ill Ifiorftg IFVzr 'ranted. As times are hard we are now selling at very reduced prices. Old Buggies exchanged for new . ones, or new ones exchanged for old. GIVE US A CALL. -3 Xtwnher! dumber! To The Public. ROBINSON CHAMBERS & CO. KEEP for sale at LOW EST MARK ET PRIC ES PINE, POPULAR and ASH Floaring, Dressed Pine and Popular Sideing, Dressed Ash Pins and POPLAR FINISHING LUMBER. " MOULDINGS, SUING l.ES, LATH, STAIR BALLUSTERS, NEWEL POSTS, Ac Are also prepared to furnish DOORS, WINDOW FRAMES, 8ASH PANEL, and Ratten Doors nnd to SAW up, MOULD Oli TURN LUMBER to order. We intend to makr it to the Interest of those needing anything iu our line to deal with us. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IMTDT'OIS TBI POPLAR AND ASH I.UMHEII. KOBIXSOX, C'UAjMBKJIS & CO T. aton. April 1, 1ST?. tf WARREN JEFFERSON! Keeps consianily on hand a No. 1 quality of CHEWING TOBACM O. FINECTO.AP.S, Candies, Jitts ' Ilaisitts A10 A 0,;n:iin article of pure III SKY. TVr Me-llfil Pur only: at his .Saloon, on duor 15-ist of Commcr al Block. Eaton o. July 10, if HOUSE & SiGN PAINTERS, GRAINERS AND GLAISERS, Donahoc's Building, up Stairs. - M ainStreet ajtqn,Ohk. Mielmcl Sz Sons, Druggists k Booksellers ! MINOR'S BLOCK, (OppoKlle Court Hotihe,) j:a TON. O, Feb. . 173-1 f.