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. E&TOM WEEKLY OEMflCRAT.
Oct. 23, 1S73.
Back Salary Grab.
Wc havesome $800 due us for suu
scription, job work, : notices of ap
pointment, legal notices, &c, running
from one to two years. If any of
oar- patrons are in doubt as to our
Views or opinions on. the back salary
grab, and 'know themselves included
in the above list, they will please pre
sent themselves in our sanctum with
the ready money, and we will try, in
the most pleasant and satisfactory
manner, to convince them of our po
sition on said qncstion.
The Result in this County.
The result of the election in this
County is about what we expected,
with the exception of the defeat of
our Prosecuting Attorney, Judge
Campbell, by 41 votes, which could
have been : easily overcome had the
Democrats turned out and done their
duty. But of course it is too late now
to complain or censure. lie done
:well considering the odds he had
against bin), and can feel as proud
with his defeat as hi3 opponent with
"We have ' elected bur Independent
candidate for the Legislature by 68
majority, which is another rebuke to
the Ring Convention system, which
was illegally called by the Clique,
against the wishes of a majority of
Wo reduced the majority for Gov
ernor" considerable, compared with
that of two years ago, and had Mont
gomery done for their sandidate for
Senator, as she promised, Dr. Kemp
: would have been elected by a hand
some majority. Corwiivs majority is
only 326, notwithstanding the bogus
cDcmocratic tickets with his name on,
scattered all over the county, and the
falsehoods circulated against Dr.
"' Kemp, in regard to his position on
the Adair Liquor Law.
','. However, the glorious result in the
Slate, has had a tendency to allay any
disposition to be dissatisfied, and we
"toss np our hat" at our success, and
tender" our well wishes for all who
contributed to it. !
The Temperance Vote.
From the noise and bluster around
Katon eleven niouths in the year, one
would be le&d.to conclude that the
Temperance vote would knock the
t ocka off everything tlsc. But alas!
for human nature, how deceptive?
TIiq Prohibitionists had a candidate
for Senator and Representative. The
former is a quiet, moral and unob
trusive citizen of Eaton, and withal a
man of fair intelligence. The Rads
hud a candidate who can take his Ut
ile glass of whisky, his "swi" glasses
of Lager and eitdawn and play a
' quiet game of. poker. The temper
ance candidate received twkjttv-fock
votes in.. Washington township, and
; the Whisky Ring candidate three
: HUNDRED AT? D SEVENTY-THREE ! Alld
yet, some of our good citizens tvere
' taken to task and severely abnsed by
supporters of Corwin, because the'
v voted for Mr. Eidson, our Represeu
" tatirc, who' never played' a card in his
life, and whose visits to a saloon do
' not average one a month ! Now ain't
; that consistency ?
Then take the two candidates for
Prosecutor. Mr. Campbell is a schol
r a member of the Church has
acted with the Temperance society
' for years and yet the Temperance
men voted against him and for his
- opponent, who will take a little of the
.' 'ardent" when he feels like it I We
would like Ikey to rise and explain
why it is thusly ?
Who is Cheated?
The Ring candidate for Prosecutor
made a speech in West Elkton, a few
evenings before the election, and was
interrogated as to how he stood on
the temperance question, which it is
said he settled very satisfactorily by
.referring his interrogator to Bro.
Chambers, Coffmau and Ikey of the
Registeh. In another Township he
was charged with being pledged to
the friends of total abstinence. This
he effectually quieted by referring all
who doubted his standing on that
score, to Bro. Jefferson, Monosmith
and Fleming! As this gentleman
thought somebody would be cheated
in the election of Mr. Eidsou, let him
inform ns which of the two parties
referred to have been cheated in his
J. G. Huffman, Esq., son of Alex
ander Huffman of this county, who is
now practicing law at New Lexing
ton, Perry county, O., was elected
Prosecutor of that county by the
Democrats, by a majority of 1250 1
A good endorsement.
The panic has struck this office.
Let no man who has any regard for
Ms personal safety, for his family and
friends, ask. us for money. Bring us
potatoes, flour, meat, anything even
urrency taken on subscription.
During the campaign, the Cincin
nati Gazette would frequently call
on Wm. Allen to "rise up V William
has arose !"
Go and see the nobby styles. of Hats at
Nights are frosty.
There is a downward tendency in
Lay in your slock of vegetables for
A 'pleasant place to sit these cool
evenings near the fire.
To learn the value of money try
to borrow if.
People will now stop taking ice and
put the money into coal and wcod.
As molasses draws flies, so docs the
stoves in the groceries draw loafers.
An Erie paper politely speaks of
The latest styles of Hats & Caps for
Fall & Winter at Jos. Woerner's.
Young man, don't lounge on the
corner. Better sit in some dark alley,
if you can't find anything to do.
The trees, like the play of the black
crook, will soon present many naked
Good, strong, robust butter, can be
now obtained in our market for thir
ty cents per pound.
The richest man in Denver, Colo
rado, is said to be a Mexican, and his
wife is an Indian.
The suspension of four Modocs is
announced as among the disastrous
features of these panicky times.
There arc some superstitious fools
who believe they are "water witches,''
and there are other fosls who believe
there are such things as "water witch
es." Travelers on a western railroad are
informed that "no gentleman will oc
cupy more than one scat at a time,
unless he be twins."
They were without any rain for
two months in Mississippi. If Ames
gets into the Gubernalo "ial chair,
they will have a reign that will throw
cold water on everything decent.
It is a queer notion some people
have of getting angry when they re
ceive a dun. rne party wno nas a
right to be vexed is the one who has
been kept out of what belongs to him.
The croquet season has come to an
Then pull up the wicket and stake, .
And put by the mallet and ball,
Wc shall have no more croquet this
It's getting too late in the fall.
The first thing a man does when he
sees a friend with a new hat on, is to
take it off and serenely try it on his
own head. When a young lady sees
one of her acquaintances with anew
bonnet, she just lifts up her nose and
serenely wonders "where the thing
got that fright."
We don't want any money for our-
self, but paper makers ain't cf the
same opinion, they are decidedly get
ting -anxious about the matter. The
amount of all this, is simply this, we
would be thankful to our subscrioers
if they would come forward and pay
An old farmer became seriously ill,
and was urged by his neighbors, who
thought ho was goin to die, to call
in a minister to pray -. for him. "To
pray for me ! "So, sir ; I am an origi
nal Granger, and do not want any
middle man between me and Al
Young man, do not be discouraged,
Grow up to be the cashier of some
bank. Join the Sabbath school, bor
row two or three hundred thousand
dollars of the bank without saying
anything about it, go to Europe and
have lots of fun. If this way is not
open to you, go to Congress and get
some back pay.
They say that Colorado is a good
climate for a weak woman. An Ohio
man, whose wife could not sweep her
room, thought he would try it, and in
less than a year after he moved there,
that woman could chase him around
for an hour at a time with a cord
wood stick on her shoulder. As for
Jungs ; phew !
A woman in Cameron, Missouri,
who ought to have been married but
wasn't, left her baby on the steps of
the Baptist church. When the min
ister of that house of the Lord got
home he found his wile ready with a
broomstick and a gallon of warm wa
ter. With singular perception he left
without asking any explanation for
the singular and warlike attitude of
the partner of his bosom.
So man in business should ever
write a business letter, or make out a
bill, without his card printed at the
head of the paper, and the name of
the State, town and place of business
being also printed thereon. It not
only shows that he is a man possess
ing business qualities but prevents
numerous mistakes. It also saves
much time in writing and costs but
little more than the blank paper.
The provisions of the Ohio game
laws are such that quail, Virginia par
tridge, ruffled grouse, or pheasant
and wild turkey may be killed after
the lEth of October and until the 1st
of February following. Doves and
wild rabbits or hares, cannot be law
fully killed or canght, except on one's
own premises, until after the first of
November. It is unlawful to catch
or attempt to catch quail or patri.lges
at any time of the year, with a net,
snare or trap. Wild duck and tea!
may be slaughtered any time between
the 1st of April and the 1st of Sep
tember. Hunters and sportsmen will
find it an advantage to observe those
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j -v -Vil!iar. Allen,
t, j p- --- J Aitiions,o iiart.
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-t. linMiatms Hums.
3; iT Isaac Welsh.
FEi"'' 3 j-1 T eoi'W,! "NVeimer, 0
Tr,i5!ii?i William T. M'ilsen. '
S-;5z 7'- Jas. K. Newcomer. 3
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i .SrisSCSSsSE Wiliinui Will!.-. SR
I irjflSi lU'iny f. Whitman.
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Tcsil'riE l"-V.l H. Corwin. x :
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r-7t: ;;-rriry. ilrvin K. Kn.-tu:ri:. za
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Z'i:'?-V Win. I. Barnhtxcr.
S7i.t?StSSrte F. W. WliitesMe.
c. - - gi.-.i,-. wj-f-
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i:-xrrrr-:-?a- Jefcu B. Campbell. ! 5
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am c John Bcown.
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Idea of a Gentleman.
A few days before the election, a
supporter of Mr. Corwin in our town
was heard by one of our Democratic
friends, eulogizing Mr. G's excellent
qualities as a gentleman. Said he :
"He can tiike his little glass of whis-
ky, and his little glass of beer, and can
sit down and p'ay his qniet little
game of poker for 5 cents ante, and is
as good and livelv a talker as can he
found in any saloon in the. county,
and is a splendid gentleman." This
was his idea of a gentleman. Queer,
ain't it ? that a man with the above
qualifications of a gentleman should
fill a place in our State Senate? Dr.
Kemp cou id not hoast of these gen
tlemanly qualities, and consequently
was defeated. Ikey how is that for
Don't swear at the postmaster be
cause he charges you postage on your
county paper since July 1st. He is
compelled to do this under an odious
law of the Radical Congress passed
last winter for the purpose of break
ing down the country press by com
pelling all subscribers to pay as much
postage on home papers as they do on
the big weeklies from 3N"ew York or
Boston. Congress alone is responsi-
hie, and rot :he postmaster or pub -
The roosters promised hy key of
the lir.ciisTKii, in his next issue, wc
understand were taken desperately ill
r., ln t fiolnnlne o:.-1 ho nhl!,l
to put them in their "little beds!"-
Jlis "readers' can bo supplied by in
vesting in a Dotockat.
It is a great pity thai Mr. Brown,
the Independent candidate for ("ounty
Commissioner, was not elc.Hed. Wo
are satisfied a change in that direction
would be beneficial.
Enough of Democrats remained
.iwnv from the. noils in Twin town-
shipVione. to have elected our Prose-
cntn, Democrats, von can see the
importance of a few votes.
- The Drujf stores in Eaton had a big
ruu for Tills. Winslow's Soothing Sy-
,7, i, r.., ,.f i.,.!
i t . ; . . . . i ii.. -i . ,2j .
wt-c-K. xt is hi-m uie iiht.iM i.it oiiiL-e
alone consumed one dozen bottles!
Goings was charging- Xoyes men
twenty cents for a shave on Saturday
last. Fr.ETCii shaved Democrats for a
j The election is over and we can ex-
; claim, "We have int the enemy and
To save from 23 to SO pen-eat hy buy -
ino- your ( -lothiiijf at Jm: Wyeruer'tj.
A Hard Winter Before Us.
Judging from the present indica
tions a great many persons will be
out of nnncy and employment the
coming winter, throughout the coim
tiw. There will be much suffering.
Sensitive, qniet people v. iil c-udure
mauy hardships and privations with- j
lout making their wants known. If j
our more prosperous citizens will
give a helping hand and a. cheerful
word to the unfortunates they will
lighten their burdens and warm their
hearts, and realize one of the rarest
of pleasures that of making others
comfortable. There is an abundance
of everything needful, and no one
should be allowed to sufl'er for the
want of the necessaries of life. Let
the masses keep np their courage. In
due time the cormorants who are
preying on the people's substance will
be replaced by honest men, confidence
will be restored, and wo shall all en
ter upon a renewed career of prospe
rous activity. In the meantime let
everybody read the Democrat, not
only to learn all the news and keep
up with the times, but to be made
cheerful and kindly, and thus be ena
bled to work to the best advantage.
" uuoul au weu-imormea,
ai,J good-humored newspaper, the
'rials of a hard winter would be doub-
ly hard to b-.rar.
-Jut received, a fine assortment of
r-'-'0 Good for custom work a t Jos.
The great scarcity of money makes
evervthing uiiusuailv dull, commer
cial interests especial v. ' One is oblig-
cd to conclude that another "Black
Friday" has been born to spread its
wings over the entire continent, lcav-
ing the victims in an unhappy finan- I
j cial state of existence, only to struggle
with ttnd bite at foes that were friends
There is more paltry litiga-
. . . .. .," . ..
I n. Sl"Ce t,,C '
! th gre P"C than ever known be-
Core. If there is not relief soon, it
: will come to worse instead of better,
' - - -
j Jieasons why yon should bny your
v. ioiiiiu :tL joe n opint-r s, 1011 nin
i ,-it- .1 Idi'ii-ni .lii-,ii'i r.iirtui cli-ln
' i- 41 " ?
lower'prkea than any where else,
i ' The Hepublicans throughout the
i country arc comvlaiiiinr of the sreu
j cral apathy that pervaded their ranks
' at the recent election. Nothing of
the kind troubles .the jubilant Deino-
j c,"a(y ; theirs, upon the other hand, is
j a general "happy'Mliy.
j T,0bemocratic parly of Ohio Is
! about this liveliest corpse wc ever
1 licard of.
"RISE UP, WILLIAM ALLEN!"
ix y y
Ilo! All ye "rural roosters,
Now is your time to crow:
For Allan's ( l(M-tl (iov
Krnor, of )-!i-ii!
The imoi-iiiic p.-irty's !c:id,
As of you ti.j know:
Bsita very iiiitiiile corpse it proved
To lie in O-li-i-o !
And witere's th IVoj ie's partv, prav,.
or H.il-Heri-i, Hyde S: 'o. i
That w;is .ir)i;i i yh-.y U:;; tlvvil
Vi'itli t'isng.a, in 0-!i-5-o"
iv coneern !i:;s 2;one to wrcck
fimir;! it v.irs 1:0 20 :
And there's narv a n-uv tlepavt
L'rist in 0-'i!-i-:i!
.So nil yp "rural roosiers,"'
Xow ii your time to crow ;
There's nobody but Dem
ocrats in O-h-i-o!
- - .
EATON, Oct, 15, 1873.
Preseut,..T. II. F,.os,
Mayor. W. IT. Ortt, Clsrk. Messrs.
Brooke, Chambers, Thiim and Keiche,
Couucilineii. Uriiiiites read and ap
j proved, the following bill were pre-
sented, found correct and ordered for
the respective amounts :
J. II. Foos, 2d quar. salary as Mavor
endintr Oct. tUh, "$25,00
M. Ryan, 2d otiar. salarv asMarslial
ending Oct. 8rh. " 37,00
TV. ArClevrlanrt. 2 hogsliead for
Steamer, ' 2,00
W. II. Ortt, cash advanced for recor
1 dingdeetl, 1,03
Xight watch during Fair, G,00
las. Ortt davs serv. as Dept'y
"Marshal in Sept. 3,00
On moLion. 'I. Kerns was allowed 15
cents per niht more for additional
Vn motion, committee on repairs was.
instructed to have the "Engine room door
repaired. Also to build a track for the
Engine to runout upon, and other re
paii s if needed.
On motion, Strf et Commute? was in
structed to have a pump put in the well
at the s. e. corner of Jl.-iin and Beech sts.
On motion adjourned.
W.H. ORTT, Cl'k.
See nriecs of readv made Clothinar at
If any of our readers visit Camden
and want the inner man supplied with a
good cup of ColVee and a sandwiieh, a
first-class Oyster stew, or ai-thing in
the lunch linn, drop in and see Cap.
V"n.sox, anil if '. e don't please your pal
ate, there is no other salvation except to
;ro to Daiiscr's Hotel.
Clothiiip; and prices to suit the every
body at Joe Vv'oeriier's.
Mr. W. G. Hamilton-, has tltted up in
neat and good .stylo a ?.Ieat Shop, 2 doors
south of the Doty lls.-uie, and will keep
on hand a fresh supply of all kinds of
Meats, and will sell as low as any other
house in Eaton. Having considerable.
experience in the business, he tlattefS
himself that he cannot be surpassed in
his .stvle and cir.alHv of meat. See his
advertisement and oive him a trial.
See the styles of piece goods at Joe
Woor hit's, the prettiest patterns and
laigest stock in Katon-
l.eviua Davis, at her residence, 2 miles
south of the Dayton pike, on the county
line, on Saturday Xov, 1st.
Joseph F. Wcrlz, at his residence on
the farm of Catharine Mettert, 4! miles
north ot Eaton, on Thursday Xov. 6.
The place to get stylish Hats, Caps,
or Clothing, at Jos. Woerner's fashion
Pocket Book Lost.
A ladies purple velvet Portmonie was
lost in Eaton on Tuesday the 14th inst.,
containing a small amount of money.
The finder will be liberally rewarded by
leaving it at this office.
See the Blue Cloth Coats for $10,50 as
good as usua'ly sold at $15,-at Joseph
The "Phrenological Journal" is a
most valuable ami interesting periodi
cal, devoted specially t- Ethnology,
Phrenology, Physiognomy, History and
Biography ami Education, or the meth
ods of human development and progres
sion. Any person reading it a year will
be benefitted ten ti:;ws the price of the
work,- which is only 3 p
veaiv S. R.
Wells, X. Y., publisher.
Windsor Scarfs for gentlemen at Joe
"Godey's Lady's BooU" for Novem
ber is already out and been received, and
as usual tilled with such material as
mal;l.s -,t interesting and welcome to all
who are lucky enough vo be a patron.-
Xho "Democ-rat" and the Lady's Book ;
m tni iiisheil tlie coir.iusr vear for
the s-mitll stun of $1,00.
Largest stock of Xeek Ties, Siarfs.,
Papcj Collars, &c., at Jue Vo4riier's.
If any of our rwi.lors want a first
class musical Monthly.- we ailvise tliein
to send for "Peters Moutly," published
in Xew York city. It isatlei-itUidly the
best in the country, ami should be in
The walnut crop seems to have
been abundant this season, if we m-iy
judge from the many bushels our boys
have brought to town the past week.
Clothing cheaper than the clvapest at
In Katon. on the 20th inst., after lint
n few d.-ivs iJineos, of Infl.'imation of the
P-owels. I,r.r;f. T, .v.foN r IJkooki.vh, .-on of
W. C. M. Brookins, :iul 'J yenrs and
Dead t- us liere. bocau.ce the r.tve
holds the youn fr!:i v.'love-l wc!!,
unci the. cold sods reyt npo;i the "iit!-.
heart, that returned wil h childish rraU-
t title th:; niVection lavished upon liim.
Gone to escape the snares and thorns
that herdered the riisfj;ed ,-iiores of mor-
tillif.y, to rest in peace, cfadiiied in tlie
arms of a Mother who but a few weeks
had vone before.
NATIONAL Bffl OF EATOU.
IXTEKK.STonTIMi; DEPOSIT:-" will
be paid in this Bank on and after
September 1st, IS"".
Aug. 1-1, IS73 iiir.
rSlIIE uiidersigue-J have this d;iy been
I duly appointed aid qualified as Ad-
iiiinistrators-of the Estate of Hiram Mil
; ier. dee'd., bite of Preble count v. O.
' UIDKOX MIT.lVER,
.'A.!i::i:i.F. S Gilmohk, Atty's.
).-t. Pi, l.S7:. tlw prfs. 1,75.
Of Condition of the
First National Bank of Eaton
First National Bank of Eaton O, at Eaton in the State
Ohio, at the close of
Business June 13, 1873.
Loans and Discounts, Jlispji;7
vtr-;v.ifts i.'HZ 89
V. IloiKls to s--ii-t- Cirt-uUition. l!X),(tiw
t)t!i!-r StocI;.. ktjI lionds :'.V5 Ci
l.-ncfroin Ho and Kt-iLTVc Agents.li.j-' 79
' Nallomil Kinks i,r,?,
ot!iT RchI JJstni" : 3,6-."J 5i
Viiriilturo ai:rt Fixtures, 2.S00
Current Evp.uiae, 013 22
Tav.cc pivnl illT ti l
Billii of Kationnl Hanks R-7
Fractional Currency Knd Ulckel, 93S 17
SpMO. -W tiO
Legal tender Notes H liS
J. "74.13S 37
Capital s;0r nsiri ill
i, 7,4Sr M
Frolit and Lo
Xntiorial B ink -:rciilat!0!l Outstallding.,....i!2 157
Uividen-H unpaid - 4-.0
Individual Bi;.o'-,;tst - S7.l8 'Ml
r"nia.!j Certill-.-a'.S'. of I i-io-.U "S
Tims ' " ' 2,00
Tolal i7 1,138 S;
State ok Ohio, Coi xtyof Pretti.e, K. 8.
t r- !- ar.v.VM "':i.ahTer of the First Natior.nl
Tnlik of F.alon. do solently swear tliut tin above
Miile.utn is true, to the te-t of mv knowK-dce and
belief. (Sisned,) ". V. BltoOKK, Cashier.
r ' , Hubseribed and sworn to before me Ihia
! I lsth day of Oct.. 1S73.
I (Signed.) H. F. LAP.SI1, X. P.
Correct Attest. II. 1!. VAN'AI-SDAL.)
.1 AS. 1! A KN KT, f Directors.
W. M. JVtOOKE, J
Katon. Oct, 23. 137o cl.
LIABILITIES. A CARD.
Letters addressed to an assumed
or fictitious name, or in the initials,
or to the Xos. 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 of the above addresses
is strictly prohibited. This rule is
adopted by the Government for the
purpo'se of guarding the public inte
rest against fraud, and a strict adhe
rence t) it is required.
BENJ. NEAL, P. M.
Eaton, Oct. 2, 1873. tf
W. G. HAMILTON
invites tou to call nt his now MEAT MARKET.
No. 7, lvo tloors Kaat of tlie Doty House, anb learn
the great Indue-juiunU he ulVers in the line of
II is arrangements will enable Mm to furnish the
Best in tlie Country
T:ie greatest cart will be tken In slanK'nteruig
healthy Animals, and meats furnished to custom
ers XICK, NK AT and CLEAR, and at prices that
When in need of good fresh meat, at low rates ,
W. G.HA MILTON.
Eaton. Oct. 2.S, 1873 tf
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?a:eE);:-r Traiua vnil roa on this Head, laavir'
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J. W. Ji.r.ption
Now Jo;t ,
7 4")Hfclintoli;t -. 0
7 son A W. Jnnetion.. 0 0"
7 o.-Westvllle 9 30
; ..ni- lorenee ... t
tl -2'iNew Ho;e
i osi'aton....! 10 '
5 2S('aniden II 10
5 01Somervi:!e U 34
I .-.or-olllnev ille. 11 SI
I 33seven Mile li m
llar:ilti:i 4 OOHnmillon H SI
Cincinnati, CiiteinmiL: I 4
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I.. '.VII.U.VKAS Ass-l Sual.
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RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION
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10.00 a. in 1 11.00 p. m.
10 47 a. m
:i.4i p. m.
11.40 a. m.
1 40 p. .
I 30 p. m.
3 3i p. to,
7.00 p. m.
8 40p. m.
l.,li a. m.
l.l.i a. m.
4.'H) a. m,
7 08 a. m
8.-16 it. m
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ft.?"6 p. m, io.wi n. w.
12.4.r ii. m. t l.S'i p. ni.
1.40 a. ni. 2.2 u. m.
3.18 a. in. " 4.12 p. nit
4.17 c. nf. i .S.S , m.
4.47 k. m. I b.M p. ni
&.3 a. ni. I O.ao p. tin
tjt3o a. ni. 9.20 d. ui.
No. 8 arrives State Line at o.r5 P. M.. find No. Hi
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a. m t k.zo p. m
I 9.16 n. i
9..-,.- a. l
j 11.01 a. i
0.20 p. m
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Ploua I 9.17 a. m. I 12.13 P. m. I 12.12 li
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