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EMON WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
See. 11, 1873.
If any Spntiinrd insults the Ameri
can flag', let us keep quiet about it.
J. A. IIubbell has frescoed the
Hall of the "E igle Hotel."
' Colored hosiery is said to be be-
-coming quite fashionable now.
"Turkeys," says a hungry Boston
editor, 'fcire quoted fat."
If auv one wants the Democrat
nexlyear for $1,50, let him bring in a
A cigar, with a boy at tho end of
it, can be seen on the streets every
Skates and sleds have made their
appearance, and tho boys and girls
For "weakly" reports of the pro
gress of the Odd Fellow's building,
see the Eaton Register.
. Last year we had the epizooty,
This vear it is the panic. The stock
in both cases were affected.
One of our tewn boys got trusted
for n hat. and he now feels a con-
sciou mess of being in debt over head
The battle-field of Bull Run, which
was a farm wjien the famous battle
was fou'rht is now a. village with a-
Lout three hundred inhabitants.
An advertisement for a district
school teacher, in New Hampshire,
concludes in this way : "N. B. No
man need apply who wenrs a shawl.''
Only five months intervened bc
- tween the last snow of last spring and
the first snow of this fall which
made but brief the breath of summer.
Ohio "stands third State in the Un
ion in the number, of divisions of
Sons of Temperance, and Pennsylva
nia first in division of spoils.
Conundrum Said a boy: "That
chap, yonder, is my brother, and this
girl is his sister, and yet she is no re
lation of mine." Answer The boy
The Oyster Festival, given by the
ladies of the Christian Church, on
Friday and Saturday "evenings last,
met with good success, notwithstand
ing the stringency of the money mar
ket about here. '
An Iowa newspaper proclaims it
self an "honest newspaper," and in
another paragraph snys, "When a
man professes honesty nowadays,
keep your eye peeled for a thief."
An Ohio postmaster insists that the
patrons of his office shall lick their
stamps. That -man ought to be Sec.
retsry of State now; he would doubt
less insist that we should lick Spain.
When a Cincinnati man goes for a
drink now, and is asked what he will
have, he says he will take some "Fam
ily Fight," and the bar-keeper always
kuows what bottle to hand down.
Tho Hoosier schoolmaster mur-t
have moved away. In a breach of
promise case at Fort Wayne, Ind.,
the lover was convicted of writing
"mi hart beets- oanly for the, my dar
We are iu a peck of trouble. Half
he weather prophets declare we are
to have a cold w inter, and the other
half say that winter is going to draw
it mild and so wc don't know what
is going to bo what.
We wish no man or woman evil
l'orttfhe, but if anybody loses money
on any article of produce they are
saving up" for, higher prices, we are
the last one to shed tears over the re
sult of their greediness.
A lumberman up tho Alleghany
river, proposed to go to Philadelphia,
had a trunk made of half-imh boiler
Iron, and inscribed upon it the fol
lowing touching lines to the baggage
masters : "Throw and be d d V
We see by an exchange that spiders
kill drummers out in Indiana. Well,
it is a consolation. to know that some
thing will kill them. The world had
heretofore supposed that a drummer
"And the wicked shall stand upon
slippery places," 6ays the good book,
which was very correctly verified on
Sabbath wonting last. We noticed,
however, some veiy good people in
the same predicament of their erring
"Breathes there a man with soul so
dead, who to himself hath lately said :
I will a weekly paper take, both for
my own and family's sake." If such
there be, let him come in ; and for
OTB paper hand the tin, he then may
pass a happy . winter, . knowing that
HE has paid THE PRINTER.
A widder wummen writes to ns
that "she has a natural nack to rite
for the paypers," and wishes to know
the prise we pay per Kollum." . We
regret that the stringency of the mo
ney market prevents us from indulg
ing in newspaper luxuries ; besides,
we talk of starting a bank.
Last spring a negro was sent from
Indianapolis to the Penitentiary for
marrying a white woman. And now
the people have got a horrible sus
picion that the woman, instead of the
negro, should have been seut up. No
woman should be permitted to impose
upon the defenseless and innocent
"colored brother in this way.
Court of Common Pleas.
The December Term of this Court
convened on Monday, December 1st,
at 10 o'clock, J tule Meeker presid
ing. John" Iownsesd, fclierill, and
"W. D. Qcin.v, Clerk, at their respec
The Grand Jury were sworn and
charged, and then the Court proceed
ed to the call of the second trial
Thomas "Winters vs. Mary Winters,
Administratrix. Mary J. "Winters
having married Henry I lath way and
John T. Deem having been appointed
Administrator in her stead, he was
made party defendant and filed an
amended answer. Nothing further
was done in the case.
James Melling vs. Joseph Alford.
The death of plaintiil' was suggested
and his Executor was subtilutcd as
plaintiff. Case continued
John Moore vs. Joseph Rentier.
Continued on application of dcfnd't
Alexander Johnson was granted
license as Auctioneer in Preble co.
The following cases were dismissed
the costs of the plaintiffs.
Warden Brokaw and Child vs. Dan
Same vs. Samuel Smith.
Eli Thompson vs. P. F. Shields.
Jolm Kizer vs. E. C. McCri'lis.
A. S. Thompson vs. Jas. Solonian
Mauasa3 Coleman vs. Val. Ovler.
iour mile valley li. li. vs. Alexan
der Porter, et al.
Same vs. Douglass, ct al.
Martin Beale vs. J. X. Lake.
Zinn vs. Patty.
C. R. Whitman vs. J. A. Bolcns.
John King vs. Francis King.
The following cases were continu
by consent or upon motion.
Clawson vs. Clawson.
Rowe vs. Thompson.
Reeves vs. Browsr, ct al.
Tuttlc vs. Walters, et al. .Leave to
reply by January 20th.
Lee vs. McClclIan, et al.
Mack vs. McDivitt.
Nine vs. Dearth.
Geo. Browcr et al. vs. Henry Locke
James Button vs. Nathan Huffman.
Israel Sneer vs. W. Bruce, at plain
tifl"s cost and on his application amen
ded reply filed.
J. D. Miller vs. John G. Colvin.
case was heard upon the cross
petition of L. & J. Gabls setting up
mechanics lien. Lien established
the amount due, $78,88. On the
part of plaintiff a new appruise-mcnt-and
Lewis Bader vs. Ed. Felton. New
appraisement and sale ordered.
Daniel Peters vs. Mary Geiller, et:
In this case John Dodds was
party defendant and filed his
petition and Benjamin .Will
liams withdrew his cross petition and
Kniscly Mclntyre & Co , vs. Horn
wife. Settled and dismissed.
Brubakcr & Bro. vs. Levi Divis.
Means and Johnson Assignees vs.
F. Elison. Tried to the Court; is
sues found iu favor of defendant and
Mary A. Calo vs. Elisha Chrissman
al. This case was tried, argued
submilted to the Court. A plea
the statute of limitation was ruled
on demurrer. Held under ad
visement. Brumbaugh vs. Alford and same
Alford and Kramer. These cases
heard upon a "motion to strike
answers from the files. Motion over
ruled. The cases now stand upon
demurrer to the answers'
Mary J. Ireland vs. David A. Ire
land. Compromised as per agree
ment and discontinued.
L. & J. Gable vs. Eby. Dismissed
Pottenger vs. Larsh, et al. Dis
missed and costs paid.
"Eli Thompson vs .Joseph Fisher.
Action for Assault and battery, and
only case tried to a jury during
first week. The case occupied
full days and resulted in a ver
dict for the defendant. Motion for a
Adjourned until Monday morning.
Convened Monday morning, Judge
Gilmore, Presiding, when the follow
cases were disposed of:
Emerick vs. Emerick et al. Com
promised ; Mikescll vs. Mikesell ; dis
missed ; Gates vs. Browcr, compro
mised; Taylor, Guard'n. vs. Wysong
Guardian, continued; Baird vs. Ilen
ner & Ileckathorii. Leave to make As
signee of Plaintiff party and continu
ed ; Armer vs. Crowell, et al, dismiss
ed ; Fall vs. Taylor,et al, discontinued ;
Brown vs. McGill, discontinued ; Kcr
win vs. Christmau, discontinued ;
Guild vs. Stephens, et al, discontin
eud ; Hulbert vs. McLaughlin, discon
tinued; Farr & Hopkins vs. Farr;
Tried to Court ; judgment for plain
tiff $12,75 and costs. Receiver order
ed to pay amount.
After a session of six days and an
examination of 87 witnesses,the Grand
reported 27 Indictments, as fol
lows : Assault and Battery 4 ; Stab
with intent to kill 1 ; Grand Larceny
Intoxication 1 ; Shooting with in
tent to kill 2; Unlawfully taking
mare 1; Assault and threatening 1 ;
Larceny 3; Burglary 1; Carry
ing concealed weapons 1 ; Selling
liquor on premises 4; Selling liquor
minOi-s 3 ; Selling liquet' to persons
habit of getting intoxicated 1.
The "stereotyped" report iu regard
the miserable condition of our
Jail, was mt.de, and suggesting tl
same improvements as those made by
the last Grand Jury, and which wor
ried the editor of the Eaton Register
so much. Will this one rest casv on
his stomach ?
If you want a good Havana Cigar
go and try one of Brookins' & Son's,
It is said that the forensic effort of
Judge Haines, in the case of Thoinp
son against Fisher, was the ablest and
finest ever delivered in our Court
We learn that the Steam Saw Mill,
at Eldorado, and belonging to the
Brazier Bros., was destroyed by fire
on the night of the 3d inst. Their
loss is very heavy with no insurance.
The fire is supposed to have origina
ted from a spark in the saw dust.
The Preble County Agricultural
Society has got over the panic and
lias resumed the payment of its pre
miums. Persons entitled to such can
be accommodated by calling on the
Cashier, W. C M. Bi;ooki.s, at his
place of business.
Charley Foos, youngest son of the
Mayor, was kicked by a horse on
Saturday last, near Deeut's Livery
stab!.-, and knocked so violently
against the curbing as to cause a se
vere contusion on the back part Of
the head. Charley will iu the future,
remember at least one of the salient
points of this animal.
"Old Probabilities" was on the ram
page on the night of the 3d inst.. He
scattered fences, signs, gates and oth
er loose materi-tl around promiscu
ously in this neighborhood, and sent
the rain down in torrents, washing
out the gutters and cleansing the
streets very nicely. We tin lerstand
that iu and around New Paris, some
damage was done by the unroofingof
several dwellings and a Grist Mill, by
which several hundred bushels of
wheat was destroyed.
For the Eaton Democrat.
Though Hie day be dark and dreary.
Though your tn.sk seem long and weary.
Don't give up unitl the lanrels
Thickly lay as red eii-coruls.
At yo:ir feet.
Let no task however daunting;
Let no boasting, brag or vaunting
Kver strive t: do your duty;
Make your life a thing ofbeauty
For his sake.
Seek each day some heart to lighten;
Some dull face with smiles to brighten
And make glad.
Gently deal with other's sorro w,
U rief may visit you to-morrow
Should you see some erring neighbor
Hunk in sin. ignoring labor.
Tell It not
Some poor heart for him is aching;
Sonic poor form with grief is slinking.
E'en for him.
Then tv'.ieu comes life's twilight hour.
And Ihe clouds hefciu to lower.
Do not fear.
Though your frame be worn and battered.
If your seed ou re rightly scattered
You are safe.
Withered form and head so lioary
Are no bars to heavenly glory
Or to light.
Fair Haven, O., Nov. 1873.
Weather Report for the week ciiJing Dec. Sth,
Hours of observation, 7, li and 5.
E. H. ALLISON.
Michael & Sou's Drug and Book
Holiday Goods. '
Eidson & Bro. have on hand for the
Holidays, Gift Books, Toy Books, .Tuve-
and Miscellaneous Books, Albums,
Maries, Bibles, Pictures, &c., &c, all
low. Also Candies of all kinds,
a general variety of Notions.
Amusement for All.
Dice Croquet, $2: Chess Croquet, $1
Chess, $2,50; Ciiecker 25 cts; I'tirehesi
Boxes, $1,50; Checkered Game of
$1 ; Ten Pius and Arches, $2 -Authors,
50 cts, and other games of all
kinds, for sale at Michael & Son's
corner Dm;; Store.
Dec. 11, w3
Carmens Inheritance, Hester Mor-
Promise, Miriam Monfort, Belle
hood & Bondage, by Mrs. Stephens.
Publications received every week,
the City Book Store.
"Writing Desks, Portfolios and Auto
graph Albums at JIichaen & Sox's
Drug & Book Store.
Pure Sperm Oil for sewing machines,
sale at Michael & Sox's Drug
On the 1st day of January, 1874, we
commence selling Groceries FOR
CASH. Country Produce will be
taken in exchange at cash price. All
those indebted to the undersigned
please call and settle by January
1874, and save cost.
Jos. Fisher & Co.
Dec. 11, 1874 w3
Six months Tickets will be sold for
mouth from date. Price $1,50.
This is the last time that Tickets to the
Library will be offered for sale.
MICHAEL & SOX, Eaton. O.
Dec. J, 1S73. lw.
On and after Monday, Dec. 1st, 1873
we wi'l sell Gro"ceiie3 for the cash only,
Those having the money can save fifteen
per cent, by purchasing Goods from us
as we intend to sell lower than any
House can that docs a credit business
We will also pay cash for all kinds o
Country Produce, HUE A & KELLY
Dee. 4, 1873 2vr
A fine selection of all kinds of Can
ned Fruits for sale at
RHEA & KELLY'S.
Dec. 4, 1S73 2v
A large lot of choice Winter Apples
for sale at the Cash Grocery of
RHEA & KELLY.
Dec. 1, 1873 w
For Xeatsfoot Oil, Fish Oil and Sperm
Oils, go to MICHAEL & SOX'S Drug
tore, opposite Court House.
persons knowing debted
to M. STURM, by Note or Book
account, will call and settle and thereby
save considerable cost.
Clothing sold at reduced prices.
Nov. 20, 1873-w6
We have received the first number of
Tick's Floral Guide for 1874. It is is
sued quarterly, in January, April, July
and October, at the low price of twenty
live cents per year, published by James
Vick, Rochester, Xew York. The Guide
contains 130 pages of closely printed
matter, with numerous cuts, descriptive
of flowers and their manner of culture;
it also gives a full and complete descrip
tion and explanation, as well as a cata
logue and price list, of all the different
kinds of flowers grown, and of garden
and vegetable seeds of all kinds, besides
a large amount of other valuable read
ing matter. The guide is gotten up in
pamphlet form, and printed on the bc-t
of tinted paper, and contains more its
formation of its kind than any other
publication. Our readers who feel an
interest in floriculture, and desire seeds
of that kind, or vegetable or other kind
of seeds, can be supplied without use
less delay by ordering from Mr. "Viek.
On the 5th inst., at the family resi
dence, on Decatur St., Katon, of Con
sumption, Maky Bunting, daughter oi
George and Arrena Bunting, aged 18
years, 2 months and 20 days.
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NATIONAL BANK OF EATON,
INTEREST on TIME DEPOSITS will
be paid in this Bank on aiid after
September 1st, 1873.
Aug. 14, 1873 m6.
THE Stockholders of the First Na
tional Bank of Eaton, Ohio, are
hereby notified that the annual meeting
for the election of live Directors, to serve
the ensuing year, will be held in the
Banking House, in Eaton, on Tuesday,
January 13th, 1874, between the hours
of 10 A:M. and 3 P. M. of said day.
V. V. BROOKE, Cashier.
Eaton, Dec. 11, 1873 5
Cabriel Crider's Estate.
"M-OTICK is hereby Riven that the umlerolgneU
has been iltily appointed and qualified Admin-istr.-itor
ot the Kstate of trbriel tjrider, late of
I'reble county, Ohio, deceased.
Foos Fisiiek, Att,ys.
'uv. 27, lSTo aw prf 51,70
AND RETAIL DEALER
?" &c, ic, fcc.
KATON, OHIO. '
ttW Highest price in cash or trade,' paid for all
EaK'ii, ov.2l,Kl72-f mos
crs ca ana h . eca jus w-ro ss w ft
; 4 Ifc
GAMES AND AMUSfeKSNTS OF ALL KTNDS.
Oor. iDr-ng Slios?,
Eaton, Dt'oi'iuor 4. 187
pp. Coixi?t House
SHERIFF'S SALE. TIIK STATE
of Ohio, Preble county, ss. Pursu-
nt to the command ol an order of Sale
from (lie Court of Common Pleas, and
to i;ie directed, I will otter at Public
lie at the door of ihe Court House in
Caton, on SATURDAY the 3d day of
Hillary. IS4, between the Hours ot 1
and 4 o'clock P. M. , the folio wing prem
ises, si;uai. in Preble county (., de
scribed as follows, to-wit: The East
half of the XortH-east quarter' of section
umber 13; township number 4; range
east. Appraised at f-
To be so. d by order of Court in the
case wherein Maria C. Smith Is platutiff,
and Vathau Pierson is defendant. Case
X. 31MJ2. Terms cash ou dav of sale.
JOJLY TOW'-XSEXli, Sherilf.
COIi'lSKI-I. & GlLMOHr., Alt' VS.
Nov. 27, 1873 tds prf 4,75
QIIERIFF'S SADE. THE STATE
of Ohio, Preble county, ss. Pursu
ant to an order of sale front the Court of
Common Pleas, and to me directed, I
will offer at Public Sale, at the door of
the Court lloiwe, in Eaton, ou SATUR
DAY, DECEMBER 20, 1873, between
the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P. M., the
following-described Real Estate, to-wit :
The iv'oi th-east quarter of section
thirty-six, (23) Township seven, (7) iu
range two, (2) East, and beinirall of said
quarter section, except forty (40) acres
out ot the Aorih-east corner of said
quarter, deeded to Christopher Wysong,
containing one Hundred and twenty
acres, more or less.
Appraised at $
j o Is -3 sold by order of the Court, in
t!i3 cas'S wherein William L. Woods is
plaintiff, and Patrick Guckain, et. al.,
are defendants. To tesold in favor of
Mann and Elizabeth Mann. .Case
3171. Terms cash on day of sale.
JOHX TOWXSEN'D, Sheriff.
Cami'Bki.i. & Gii-MotiE, Att'ys.
Xov. 20, 1873-tds prf 6,00.
SiTe RIFF'S SALE. STATE. OF
Ohio, Preble county, s.. Pursuant
an alias order of sale issued from the
Court of Common Pleas, and to me di
rected, I w ill offer at Public Sale, at the
door oi the Court House, in Eaton, on
SATURDAY, the 20th day of December,
1873, between the hours of 1 and 4 o'
clock J'. M., the following described
Real Estate, situated in the county of
Preble, and being part of the west half
the north-east ifitarter of section num
ber 35, township number 8; range 2
east, &c, and hounded and described as
follows, to-wit: Beginning at a stake
point 28, 44 poles South oi' the North
west corner of said half quarter in the
West boundary line thereof; thence
South with the West boundary line of
said half quarter, 32 poles to a stake;
thence. East 17ii0.100 poles to the South
west corner of John Aukerman's five
acre trai t; thence. Xorth with the West
boundary of said Inset, 32 polos to the
Norlh-wesl corner of the same ; thence
West 17 GO. 100 poles to the place of be
ginning, containing 3 532.1000 acres,
more or loss. Valued at $500,00.
To be sold by order of the Court, in
case wherein Solomon Bauta and
John Aukennan, Executors, &c, are
plaintiffs, and Jacob Nation, et. al., are
defendants. Case Xo. 3070. Terms
JOHX TOWXSEXD, Sheriff.
J. 11. Foos, Att'y for Pl'tffs.
Nov. 20, 1873-tds prf 8,25
Case Xo. 3301.
.lolui T. Det;nt A K. I'. 1 Preble Coni-
fiockwood, I nion Pleas, Or-
vs. tvr of Sale on
Emily Lock wood & X. Mortgage.
1. r.ocUv.ooil. )
By virtue of an alias order of sale is
sued from the Court of Common
Pleas within and for the County of Pre-
ljlc, and State of Ohio, iu the above case,
and totlie Slierilt'of said county directed,
will otter tor sale at pitolto auction, at
the do r of the Court House, in Katon,
On Saturday, Bee. 13, '73.
between the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P.
M., of said day. the followina: lands and
tenements, situated in the county of Pre
and tateof Ohio, and described as
Being the west part of Lot nitmbei
two hundred and ninety, 2001 and de
siirnated and described on the record
pliit of the Village of Eaton, O., front
ing on Preble street three pedes and 30
10!) of a pple.
TKILMS CASH. Appraised at $2. 10!)
JOHX TOWXSEXD, ShtrifV.
1 1 ftniA itn & Fjskkmax, A tt' vs for PI 't lis
Xtiv. 13, 1S73 tda " prf 0,S0
S IIElUFFS S A LK . ST ATE OF
Ohio, Preble County, ss. By virtue
a vem'.i exponas issued front -the
Court of Common Pleas, and to ine di
rected, I will o'.i'er at Public Sale, at the
door of tho Court House, in Eaton, 0-
SATl'lfDAY, DEC. 13th, 1373, between
the hours of 1 and 4 o'clock, P. 2-1., the
following described Ileal Estate, to-wit:
Sixty anil one-Hall acres, more or less,
oil" of the South side of the South-east
quarter of section number 26, in town
ship number 0, range 2 east, in Preble
Appraised at 427,00 per acre.
To be sold by order of the . Court, in
the case wherein James Simpson is
plaintiff, and Silas 'Peters and W. J.
Smith are defendants. Case Xo. 3000.
Terms cash on dav of sale.
JOHX TOWXSEXD, Sheriff.
Hl'BBAI!D& FltKK.MAX, Att'vS.
Xov. 13, 1S73 tds prf 5,25
MERCHANTS TAILOR !!
Filbert's New Building.
Cor Main Ss- Cherry St3., Eaton.O
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R.
s -sr ill rsii ca tiij P.csJ, :
eial Staiicsa as fc'Iao:
7 akes Effect Sunday, N' vernier, 2,
1872, at 3,00 P. M.
Ui'ft'ari Trains. llownward Trains
Mail Tain L. ate
Arr. at Uleiimond
. S.I IS
l.& W. . I unction. ...
! lorenre K.4'
.New llple.... b.54
Katon .' . .oi
Itaruet R 7.4
t amiteii .24
seven -Mile ?.rj
Arr. at mcinnaii . . u.r
Ciiicaoo Ex pr"s. a.s:
1.&V. Junction ... 6.10
Seven .Mile !.-'
New Hope 1 ".!".
I). & I unction 1''.49
F lore nee
liarnei's . .. .
Seven Mile ..
! m a sr
nichmonrt 7 40Tiiclimond, 0-08
1 W. .lunetion, 7 3Htr w... function y uh
Westvllle, 7 OiWeslville, 9 30
Vlorenee 6 .ViKlorenre 9 60
New Hope 6 SINew Hope . 3.1
Knton H 03 Katon 10 llfl
Jlarnet's yaiiarnet's '. 10 51)
Camden.'...'. -amlcn 11 10
Somerville. S OtSomervIIle II 34
Collilisville I .-WCollinsvIlIe 11 ot
Sven Mile r.Seven Mile 12 0o
Hamilton 4 OOTtnmilton 12 3
Cincinnati Cincinnati, - 1 -to
Ehe morning tbronsrh train from Chicago to
Cincinnati will run on .Sunday.
I. -IVTT.r.IAMAS Ass't Sunt.
Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION
NOV EM BE II 2ud, 1873.
G O I N Ci SOUTH.
No. 3. No. P, No, 10.
Ricii moml .w
Haters town I
, i 7,tK)a m H.oopm
I 10,iK) a ra I 11,00 p m
10.17 .ni 1 1 1 ,45 p m
t li, so a m I U.17 a ra
New Castle . -
Kokomo 11. lft pm
Lo!aiisport...w 12,20 a m
Crown Point I 4,23 a iu
Ciiicago a m
j 12.s0 i) ni 1 1.14 a m
2,-M i m 2,50 a oi
6,r,0 p i
a, oo p i
p in i d,-ta a m
GOING SOTJT II.
! No. 1. I No. 3.
Chirac: o ,
7.50 p. in. 8.20 a. m
I ....... p. m, 1 10.(W a. m
j 12.40 a. m. 1.00 p. m
l.o3 a. m.
2.20 i). m.
i 3.42 a. ni.
1 4.4:; a. ni
1 5.1o a. m.
4.12 p. m
5.tS p. m.
5.38 p. m.
to.'u p, m.
8,5 a. m. 9.20 d. ni.
No. 10 loaves liichmend D.iily, except Sunday,
anl Toxaii4port fltr Crlile.iuro. Daily. No. 2 leaves
'.uily, except Saturday and Sunday. No. 1 will
h ave Chic:if?o Daily, except Saturday. All other
Trains run laiiy, except Sunday. r
Genl Passenicar and Ticket Agent.
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
Columbus and Indianapolis Division.
O O ING
Urcenvllle . .
. I 2, 45 p ra I
J,U a iu 4, p m
2,40 a m 6,2 p in
3,2S a v.i l 7,I1 n m
. I 4.:; a m I p m
. &,ui n ni I 8,.'.5 p m
I u.S'j a ni ( Ko, 4.
I t,i4 a m 9,it ii m
?.2." a m 0,116 a ni
I B.iit a ra I 1111 a in
) 10, ou a in 1 12.4U p in
I 'o. 0.
! 2.15 a m I
j lo. ii a in I
.... ! 11, 10 n in I
I 12.2J P n I
I l,i p ni j
I 2,i p in I
9,10 a m
(i,:t5 p m
7,18 p ni
8,:a p m
9.48 p ni
10.15 p in
I , l ni
ll. uu p m
p in I 12,05 a ni
.. 4,:ll p iu 12,43ti ra
f,21 p in 1,2!) a m
.... 1 ti,'o p m 3i,5. a ni
Xo. 1. Xo. 3.
- I 4,52 I
m I 3.10 p in
I ,,o a ii j ;,o2 p ni
,,12 a in I 0,50 p m
: K.tn a in I Mo. 9
.. 8, 3 a in I 0 il u ra
I a ni I 7.20 a m
, l.t.io a m I 8,: a m
Milloid. l cuter I in.
a in y,w a hi
a in I il.u-Ja in
i iu I
C.ilunibas - I 11,41
l'itl!,!ui-,jn - I ,-0
No. 5. No. 7.
Kniirlit.stnwii . . . .
C:tn. bridge c'ity
.. i 10.00 a ni I 7,M p ni
1 . . u m 8,2! p in
I '.2.1 1 v m I P in
I 2.5! p 111 1 J, W p ill
I 1,:m p m 11,0) p ni
I 2,2i p m I 1!,:-m p in
I a,.i; p in ! 12.04 a m
I 4.1:: p in I 1 ,(-" a in
I .1,111 p m 1,4 a ni
i:,15 p m I 2,55 a m
I 2, 5 a in I l',50 a in
Nih. 1.2, ti and 7 run Daily. Ail ol'ier Trains
Daily, except Sunday. V. K.JIVlvllK,
Uen'l 'aase:i.cr and Tictct Atfcnt.
J . D. MILLER.
Cools & IVIilier,
EAST MAIN STREET,
Eaton, Preble County, O.
x m is rx i & rio .
OFFtCE at Residence, On
M. Barron St. V. side.
Espeeial atti-niion riven to tillingteetli.
'I.iiiiSliinjr' i;ts adiiiiniaicred, when
practicable in extracting Teetli.
.Miy 1, 1S73 tf.
WINTER OF 1873
HAVE Is'OlV'A FULL STOCK OF
-Vlilc!i I will sell at price, to suit the tlmea
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, StC.
To which I invite the iitteution of my old cuatoui-
ersand the piintic in general, inanwiu
for the liberal patronage here
tofore received, I detire to
nay that for the Poring
of 1873. 1 will
SELL CLOTHING CHEAPER
than ever before offered in this mark
et, and invite tho people to cIflnd
examine my stock and learn n prices.
Remember the old stand," where the
Best and Cheapest Clothing in Eaton
is always sold for Small Profits and
Opposite Jail, No.' 10, Main Street,
a-ttoti, Oct. 16, 1873, ly.
TERS & ft ILL
InAite attention to their toek of fam
ily GROCERIES ailtt PRODUCE, OI WU1CU
they keep a full and complete stock at
their old stand on
Huron Street Eaton, f.
AVe flatter ourselves that we can "sell
as low as any other house in town, and
will keep always on hand the best brands
PROVISIONS. VEGETABLES, ALJVIOWJJS
fcslj'tjIAKSS . OIHUI'15,
COFFEE. - KAISINH,
BUTTER. . CHEESE,
FAMILY FLOUK, CORN MEAL. t KlCi. C
Salt by tlie Barrel.
The patronage of the public is solicited.
dan It. 1872 yi.
New Firm !1
RESSLEiVS OLD S J AMD.
K ester & Lange,
They would cnll the attention of tsrelr friouds Mid
tlie public generally to examine their
Of Carriages, Buggies &c.
Before iiurcbaHlnR- elsev iaere.
Special attention paid to Repairing
JR 11 Iff "ork Warranted
As times are hard we lire now aelllne at very
rednred prices. Old llnirRles -exc'ianged for new
ones, or new ones c.cliifijged forold.
EST GIVE US A GALL. 3T
KESTER & LANCE.
ZiUtnber ! JLutnber I
To The Public.
E0BI1TS0N CHAM2EES & CO.
KEEP for sale at LOW EST MABKET I'RICKS
i'TN'E, POPULAR and ASH Floarlnir. Dressed
Pine and Populnr sidetng, Dressed Ash Pine and
POPLAR FINISHING LUMBER,
STAIR BALLUSTEKJi, NEWEL POSTS, 4c
Are also prepared to furnish
DOORS, WINDOW FRAMES. SASH PANEL
and Batten Doors and to SAW im, MOULD OK
TI'RN U'MIIKU to order. Wo intend too ake It
to t';o Intrrc-t of thoee needing anytiifi.g in our
line to deal with us.
IIIOIIEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR DB1
POPLAR AND ASH LUMBER
ROUIXSOX, C11AMBEBS & CO
E alon. April 1, 1K72. tf
THE PEtit, THE CHEAPEST
BTEAMsnlPS-Clieapest fctnd made.
RECiAT 1 AiS A l liea:i t.:omiiion umi.
lllli i A DWAYS A Nice Conniiuii Card,
v i ii ii l Xi AS Fine Calico Hacks.
J ACKSONS Cbeap and lioiinlai, (l'atlcra
K.-ick. various color and neniinis.)
(WI.l'MHIAS-(Euchre Deck,) Extra ftnali-y.
tidt.DKN HATES- One of tlie lrst cards made.
XT. VEHNONS Kxtra Fine, Twoolor Patti-:ns.
Ask for the Above Take no Others.
Price List on application. Dealers uplifted by
VICTOR E. MAUGtit,
too to 112 Hcade btreet,
Nov. 20, 1?73.
, New York.
HOUSE k SiGN PAINTERS,
GRAINEES AND GLAIZ1ES,
Donlioe"s BulldiiiB. npKlalrfl,
Main Street, taton, Ohfo.