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taursday - wllay IS, 1372.
Tlie person who left the poetry "ii
the "Goose," forgot to give his name,
ftml of course it cannot appear.
The "Anti-Vigilance Meeting."
According -to call tho. Court, llouse
was. .filled wilK the' citizens of Eaton
on Thursday evening, the- -9th Must., J
for the purpose of taking so.mo'action
against the impracticable and fanatical
course, of. Ue. clfTcpristitHtcd. uy.-
lauce committee"" "orfliNi qnestiohof
temperance, but owing to"an- precon
certed action '-in .-the- matter' by those
who are opposed"-to . the arbitrary
conduct of the three 5r four - f'regula
tors' - here, we, ere. free' to .admit that
nothing very xieeisivelwas done. It
was not the "intenfipii ofthe: meeting
to defend whisKy. -drinking or whiiky
selling, and when Mr. Lake, in .his.
usual self-opiuiouateivhaie. cl'fged,
over.t1ie sigu"rtiireof Ijavf'aTd Or-'
der," that a "majority .of the, signed
were'iu sympathy 'with the sale and
use of liquor," he simply lied. . it- i
true, the .meeting could do nothing
but show to this "vigilance commit--
tee" .that ihey. ytre acting-ngaiust the
wishes-of a majority- of the citizens of
Eaton 111 thesr imprudent and arbi'fra-"
ry.arrests by dragging persons before
a. Justice, Who, arcording tor -the lan
guage of the sfatutc,5haiUd. be FO.U
intoxicated, but, "osi the 'contrary, were
arrested wIhjii sober and pursuing ,tke'
psaeeful pursuits' pf-their busincieat
tlieir owu homes. . A majority wf the
meeting expressed themsclycstjgniirt
the . arbfft-ary acts of the committee
in the following preamble and reeolu-
WiEEUEA!"!,- The arbitrary nn
rngeous manner 111 which t
lance Committee" are enfor
Liquor Law in this 'cOhimiMittJ:isJcal-
culated to do great injury-try the-business
of tlie town, therefore,- -i-
. Resolved, That while woiare iii fa
vor -of 'the" enforccmEut' or -ilie !itv
against all persons "found intoxicated,
witfiin the limits of the Corporation
of Eaton, we -ak..iijitItho .yijjrirrcs
Commiftc'e discontin-ne- fbpii-:fti-ioiis
or be'morc moderate -and: reasOTrtiiile"
in .heir. arrests. . nrv'm t, vCr&Zr'''
Tiwryotitigjddwi of ' Ioiig pream
ble of muddled manuscript, offered' by
T. J. Larsli,' ejiddrsiug Ih'e licfe'of the
"snielling committee," and requesting
every man, woman aud boy in Eatcfiq.
toresolve; JSimself into a "sneller"' 4c
"pimp" against his'.'neigh.bor, was als
eYidcMice'fWt-tlie'citizr'Tts Took urfon
"self-constituted g)&'' gfft!iH
teVs" as out of pl$qu&!if if if kifipfyi
the welfare aud ''pTOsirrfy of- f)tS
toVn-. Evwysxood eitizyit ju Eavon is
in fa-for, .455, -Stt-i' ?'ki '
and of the en .orcement of the law
We: havpi$lecel:'.SU-ers 1
iierforni1htise'lii''4!f ijiJ are paid ft
and of the en forcement of the laws.
it, and it is onlv among Mexican
"Greasers,:' "JSovQeii, :TinaAS' pj)d
"Texas Outlaws," 'that -we1. linp o?
".V igilauce Committec.s" and, 'IJcuJa
tors," and they are the other extreme,'
and : be do po 'gpodj 'bc'catisf .thejs 5rc
always indecent ami juigovcruablc in
their proceedings. There is ho't aiioth
er town in the 6titeiof-; 0-hJoi.ijf lhe
size ef Eaton,' jhit is more; peaceable
and quiet, and- where, less 'crime is
committed,' sn'd "'vcfT,w$ h'aVeV71i?w
bigoted interlopers and carpet-baggers
here, resolving themselves info a-'.-V'ig-i!anc0
Cpniftiittee to con-ect the. mor
feiou abroad that we are ppthing but a
bandit, and they all "that is hody aiKl
pure! , Asnve predicted in thebCgin-.
ning their self-willed,.; pertinacious)
opinionated l'analicisni,would do more
injury thau good.,. Tby are not . the
kind of men to successfully work'a
reform, and as a majority of. pur citi
zens are decidedly averse to theirfic
tions,; leti JtemJ.iiplv YifrSthf
proper officers of the town vitTrKend
to any breach, of the peace" ordisoij
dcrly .condnct. " j -
ri nnt. 1
ne - V
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"... : -i
Mr. Tliomas ". Jcffevsp" Larsji-wa
extreniely anxious to havS everybody
pledged to enforce' axi hiwAilow
would he like to have the payeing law
enforced ngainst him? Iow, would
he like to ciifopco the milfcilaw. ? rAsy
"person selling milk fi-oni whichcream
is taken," can be lincd'.'not lessitiian
251 .UoW-i.'la5ftwt feeejpSWisiBd
dpviiot iofaoJl4Iii ct '"sii gpjse
Thomas Jefferson, was passing through
somebpdys woods and slionld .v'bumii,
pound, or break dowriaHV bvish;vine
or- sapling,"-, and; liko 1 the immortal
George Washington he wQiild'iit lie
about ife, hoiy.wqnJd. Joe JM to be f3ned
$150, of nipriso'tiedliiKit days' ift the
couufy jaTT? ''Let" the "sinelirng'Voin
mittee" take these misdemeanors un
der advisement. Tlicv "come itn.ler
tlie same head as that ot a man' get ( uig
intoxicated and quietly goiiig.'hoiae
and sobering ofT and disturbing 110
The "nice", young, moit; whq spent
so many hours of liiboi' and so much
. paint to daub the caricature" . of, the
committee on resolutio.us, can have the
concern by caljiugr aUthe Dviqcujlj
Offlcc. ABjhc'y are; kpown.fyut thpj"
committed a misdemeanor by pasting
a bill on the Scales, they may have a
line to pay in the bargain. ; JIa! ha!
Tom McGehan,, turned up jn Ham
ilton the other day on a 'drnnk," and
kicked up a devil of an excitement in
that moral town ! The "shaky ones"
immediately issued a call for a meet
ing to hang and quarter biin ! . That
Hamilton is a h of a place ! ;Why
in (he deA-il don't they have a "smell
ing committee ?'' That'll fix 'cm !
The Boquet season is at hand.
.. - ;, .- .
I roi concerts are npw in order.
.No.cw cascs.of Bniall-pox in Eaton.
k Fishing parties are on, the .increase.
. The soda fouutiaua In Eaton arc in
full blast ' v.; ' .1
Sec Kepbrt tf First National Bank,
Eaton. It is iu a sound condition..
The ' "barefoot brigade have ap
peared for vtire season '' t',.---'
Eaton is 'fearfully--dnll: ReaOii z
Small-pox. and-: foelHng commlfjlee"
reuoi't!-"iieith,f which ar-e bbgusw
A new St. Louis sect holds bald-
Lncss to be the true religion. Several
"members could .be had in. Eaton.
If you "want to be an angel and
with the angels stand," light your
tiros with coal oil. It never fails.
We are sorry the "smelling commit
tee" were disappointed about. ,that.
piclu.-e.' Gall. and see it, gentlemen,
i Promenading is all the go these
pleasant 'cVeairigsir JohBson' swung;
around ,tTie: "circle," but the people
here, swing around the ,equare.'.'
Tlie' ..'Voice of one'laiming to bo-, a
lineal deseeudaut of John the Baptist
is heard crying in the wilderness at
Cairo, Illinois. "' .'
"Keutacky jeans?, and straw 'hats,
cheap and serviceable, are indicative
of the economy necessary for a man
of fanfrilyaiid "great expectations. -
-rki Srliinncfady they call a drnnk
en man, the victim of misplaced ben
zine." "In Eaiol lie-fis- the vie im of
the "sinelling cpiriinittee.""
J Thp Frdatchamploa- alQdayit uikl)
wintTbei a.K i'ndfcpt'iid.ntcm
Sherilf in October. As he don't hold
iiiuch ofiicc" he ought to have it!
'Jfhe po to toe bugs hvevmitde tfieir
appfarjiivr-e,-ajftd ar.o setUnaround'oii
tiite1 rewiarli-'off a voting ;itpw. wbciifi
his fair one 'thmv. a Cu-af wafrl-pv--er
- Jii.nj for. "calaufiiig ufider.- fier
vvin(Ui-i ..: ... - -liv -
Asinart young fellow, of this town
vvauts .tq.engage., himself ,as "felier" o
Eome- iiiiiiiLjome; sewing machine
o n e- abolit 'eigiifeciV -fears old 'vefcr-'
red.;;1'.;:;;;..; V : , ';-.'
The Portage (Wis.) I.egistcr . talks
tltusly pf'We-.gocxi b'Ih? pherdf; Will
ReV:t5: S.'T'i-ic-c :call sinft gef ius? prHfsc."
tti ttSnW 9nWf4: 'js-WV away , from.
I htr ofiiVfly? It-t..?;fs!,.r.Ir'-n-.-.J
; jW.4C waists. ,t,o; Jmyia -paintngl It
Svasl yoii:p:- by;.- ona of ;out( fsuiart
yp.tifg";tf:en; 6V EnfonHml Win'be: soTd
ciiuap.I, ,Thc proceeds w--ill" bp added
,t 'the, -'.oncll iag com mittee'. fund 1
A giniple-Jiijndedft-Alabaina: lady
subscribed ' coi'iibtofid and whisky to
the supper of the local temperance so--ivty,
.. If t!mt had happened 1 Eaton
the "smelling Conimittee" .would have
hadffie; lady fiued $5 and costs.
-Last Saturday the wind-blew a per
fect "hurricane !all day lo'ngj' during
which one of tlie chimneys' on the east
sidftofi the'ouJ tLlIoys waai sweptd
from that bmWMigis-A (- . -u-i
Section, oof Ahc . Liquor:.Lfrw savs
of intorfcatlbn,'" &. f ftirthe'ar-;
rests madc.by the commiftee,'iiot .niore
than one- or 'two were focnti intoxi
cated, and yet they were fined!
Wo'4lipj jpiRsTow-.Jonnci -wilt
make some rrtMge.ttientto. put the
Calabppiruoi-dej and .-y hen. any per
sons arc loiiwsi intoxicated on me
streets, "the Mf.rshal can give them
lodgflig "there, aiid,-.flid(' will stop'the
persecutions, of, the smelling , com
mittee." 5! A :
Suit has- been commenced .against
theich Jmion a nulavit rualjer.Tor ij-MOOO
damages for illegally arresting ; two
persB!8;4fpr.i"iitoxicatipii; j That, will
swerp-siwiVMall the ;fund raised for
proseoutious and there will have to be
another subscription started ! "That's
the wat the -ilia ney gacer'h&cZ. t:h'.'j
We- AV.ouii Ijke pmQlody: to make
a neat' calculation of ' the g' 6d the
"smeleys'. baye "done.'by arresting
pooiirtforfufiate Inebriates', Yiaving
them fined or $15, and their wives
paying the damages froin.Jiarjl-iMirncd
wash-money, rather, ban have their
hiisbandsdi.sgraced byimprisomnent ?
'Some' wn$$i peti-ated a lieary? joke
on the "Goose"'Ohe niglit last week by
paintin it the tri-colors. - On one
wing was --"ex-Auditor," on the other
"ex-Trea surer," nnd on the breast,
"Office." Unlike some of the other
i-ratsr? uround tlie Court House; it asks
but one office at a time, raid never de
serts its post, except when it goes out
to change its dress !
A n'ian who draws !fl200 per annum
as assistant Auditor ; $700 as Treasu
rer ; $U00 as Revenue Collector; .$3(50
as a Pension ;" 4J00 fi om a farm ; about
$25 for copying. Assessors blanks, and
when "snieUiiig.t.aKbrisk about $3.00
per day, ought, ro" enlist the sj-mpathies
of the . coii'tiTuty'Vin . procuring for
him thjIiDput-iSIarBhal, and
forward his-.applicatiorf -lbr1 the Post
Frank A. Witmoi-e, editqr and iTub
lisher. of ,'tho' . jS"cw London Record,
absconded in company with a young
lady who had been in his employ for
some time. - Six weeks ago he . pro
fessed and experienced religion uni
ted with tlie Church and like all iyp
ocrites was extremely jealous. If any
one knows of his whereabouts send
him to this puree. Our "smelling
committee" need ' another zealous
worker to give a little repose to the
tlie-? knw-rcttrur rcauy trt ueir.
vustiJtjiig worK.' '.,;.:,.- j. I
, ;: 1 1 ;' 'rr '..-"""
. .. : . ... . -v e, v , " ...
champion swearer !
In bur intercourse with men, we
have not failed to observe that those
who prate most about morals, and
who evince extreme anxiotv to guide
and control their neighbors, will bear
watching. Take for instance our
"smelling committee" and the Eaton
Rkgister. Every one of them are in
favor ef the re-nomination of Grant,
and yet his intemperate and drunken
h-ibits are too. well known to be blink
ed at by any man. Gentlemen, let us
hoar no more of your temperance gas
while you support a dissipated and de
moralized President.-- Wo are at. a
loss to see how any Republican church
member oi- Minister can support a
candidate like Grant, while clamoring
about temperance. . Please take a look
at yourselves, and see - whether the e
is any discrepancy between your the
ories and practice.
The American Coffee Roaster.
Mr: Wii. J. Wtlsox, of Camden, has
purchased the right for the sale in this
county of . the above little Machine)
which-is now being offered by his
Agent, J.:P. K"eal. It is certainly one
of the best and most convenient pat
ents we ever saw, and every woman
and lover of good eollee should have
one in. "their house. It browns the
coffee regular, in a few minutes anl
preserves all tlie flavor, and there is
no humbug or ; patent right swindle
Those of our readers who may have
occasion to visit (he; pleasant and enter
prising town of: Eaton, Preble county,
will iind the Eagle Hotel, kept by C. &
J. lliirbiuigli, 0110 of the most agreeable
nd well kept hotels ia Western Ohio.
All who stop at this house speak in the
highest terms of the landlords anil the
superior accommodations of the Eagle.
... ( v Piqua Journal. '
Having tested the quality and good
ne?s of the fare of the "Eagle," we can
heartily' indorse every word of the above
froin the "Journal."
The true secret of the growth of any
place b; the inducements held out to
strangers to settle among them.
Eni-onr&ge active and worthy men,
whether they have money or not.
Their labor alone is Avorth monev.
Stain ujtaie vejryXegitiniate enterprise
by giving it all the friendly aid in
.your powciJCiiltSyate a public spirit
lor it aim Help your ncignuor. it ne
is in danger of breaJdng down before
y p wh i 1
hit feet again. His misfortune is to
be pitied, not blamed ; his talents and
labor are worth money to the community:-
Besides,' ,it may some day be
your turn to need a corresponding
sympathy. Let us speak well of our
neighbors. Talk well and encourag
ingly of our town, of its growth, its
prospects, its advantages, and in short
everything likely to advance, its wel
fare. While jumping i-ope may be, in
moderation, fair exercise, yet some of
the most pernicious results follow its
excessive use. Xot unfrequehtly we
notice death caused by children jump
ing in contest with each other. They
et excited and go on until exhausted
or injured sp- that if not fatal, at least
very- injurious- consequences follow.
Parents should be on thelookout and
not allow their daughters to indulge to
too great an extent in this pastime.
Wm.- Meyer, claiming to be from
Richmond,-rnrt.', was arrested on tlie
Clli iii-f,., ibi -?pAiuug-ft $20 countcrfidfL
ori Me?sr.4. ,Rheft&' Kelly. 'He was
taken before the "Mayor -ori Monday
last, waived an ; examination and was
held for pic sum of $300 for his ap
pearance 'at'the June term of Court.
Failing fo: give the required bond he
was committed to prison.
.Mr. Joseph .Donohoe has made a
very "necessary" improvement in the
rear of his Drug Store.. S. II. Hub
Pel and Inniselt propose: opening a
Bank of, .Deposit and will be pleased
to aceouMnedate their friends. -.
IIev. 'C.:I. Dutlon, Universalist, Will
preach in the Christian Chapel, 011 Bar
ron .street, on. Sunday iiext, at' 10 A,
M. and 7o P.'M. Also on Monilay eve
ning at 1) J o'clock: The public are re
spectfuily Invited. ;
Religious Notice. Wool! Wool!
, Mj f tKi-iiLsi, wishes to . purchase
50,000 iiountls of Wool, and will pay the
highest market price for all of that arti
cle brought to his establishment.
FREE OF CHARGE.
Call at J. P, lirookins & Sons' Drug
Store, Katon, Ohio, and get a sample
bottle of Dr. A. Bosehee's German Syrup
frkk of ciiAHCiii. It lias lately been in
troduced in this country from Germany,
anil for any person suffering with a se
vere cough, heavy cold settled on the
breast, consumption or any disease of the
throat and luugs it has no equal in the
world.- ' Our regular sized bottles 10 cts,
In all casrw money will be promptly re
turned if perfect satisfaction is not given
1 wo doses will relieve any case. 1 ry ir
February 1, 1872, 1yr.
On the evening of the 1st inst., a
tlie M. K. Prtrsoiiaoc. bv lfev. J. AV
Cassatt, ;Mr. '.Svilliam (i. Kasper, of
Cincinnati, to Miss Lizzie Longneck
er, ot Laton.
On the 7th inst., at the residence of
Michael Filbert, by Icev. B. J. (jrcorge,
Jilr. JJavid Aloaugh, to JMiss ltuldun
Simson, all of Eaton.
lAt Anderson, Tnd., on Uie 20th-ilt.,
of llemorrage of the Lungs, Thomas
lloinei-, son of jTohn & Elizabeth Ho
mer, aged 18 years, 8 mosi aud 2 days.
On the 24th nit., near liaton, of
Lnug Affection, Jacob LI. Mori-is, aged
03 years, 8 months and 7 days.
In Eaton on the 13th inst., Mrs. C.
Harris, wife of Mr. Levi Harris, nged
39 years 5 months and 18 days. .
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R.
Passenger Trains will ron on this Road, leaving
tlie Eevoral Stsdioxm .u follows :
Upward Trains. Downward Trairn.
Mail Tiiain leavks
Mail Tr AiN LEAve
T. S- W. rlnnclioii. . .t;..v,
V l'rti!,'; n
V"n- Hope 7.1.4
ran:'!, n 7.r,.
t'ollius' ilie i-.iH
-v( i Mile 8.37
Arr. at irmchuiall ..0'..ir
-'jit-AiO Kxrn'e. a.m.
It.JtW. Junction r..-
Vcw Hije C.41
t -Jrll-l. M 7.1H
-olli tiflviNe. 7.K8
S-vn Mile 7.47
. . ltt.lt:
!. W. .TnnHlon. ,
Arr. at Kiclimoud
irifTA0 EXPB'8 JP.3!.
IS:trnet s ....
I. & W. .function n.
Ule hunt ui ...Iu.mo
I. Mcl-ARE.V, nvi.
L. WILUAMS, Aso t n,t. '
Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis
RAILROAD. PAN-HANDLE ROUTE.
RAILROAD. PAN-HANDLE ROUTE. CONDENSED TIMER CARD.
RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION.
DECEMBER 3d, 1871.
I No. 10-
I T.r. a. m. I 7,00 p. m.
J 10.:-a. m. j iO.U'i p. in.
Xcw Ciisrle, ,
I n..--i :i. in. I lii.O.". p. iu.
1 1:2. n i. nr. u, in.
I.l-" p. m. I -.2-t u. m.
.... ) tf-m p. in, 1 i.etm. m.
- .f p. m. I 3.i0a. m.
j :.4. p ni. 1 ft. a. tn.
,( p. m. J 8,iu. m.
1. I 2Cn.
7. T, p. m. t .ftS n. m.
M.tS p. m.1 ;.;..-. : tn.
n. m. !.;") p. nr
i-'! n. in. 1 fi.s.i ). ni.
rt. m. f i.jft p. m.
4. H-n. m, I S.lf) p. ni.
r.lM a. in. p. m.
r. ..v. n.- in. ( p. ni.
.20 n, ni. I p. in.
nfinuutl , ...
o. 8 arrives State T.ne at 9.3.1 P. M.. nnrt N. m
t CAO A.. M. Xo. 10 lejivoR Ch1au:o Iaiiv. excont
Sfttnrday. All otlicr Trains Uirt Daily, except
uii'lay. ' , ; "
CONDENSED TIME CARD.
Columbus and Indianapolis Division.
Columbus and Indianapolis Division. GOING WEST.
( No. 10,
3jk p. m.
1.h p. m.
I. l'i n. m.
''. io a. in.
I I. .'I n. in.
U.iiS p. 11.
l.ll p. m.
!.'.-" i. in.
2.5." p. m.
.' p. in.
7.17 p. in.
S.i; p. m.
fl.is p. m.
!',V. p. ni.
1 p. in.
1J.:;:J p. in,
13. U n. m.
1.(0 a. in.
li U'li'orii l an..
4. '.p. m. f
4..M. p. ;n. j
ti.r p. ni. j
if en vile .
4.'"! p. ni.
4.-.H p. in. .48 ,i. ni.
a.uu p. m. j o.io p, in.
Indhiiiapolts... I a. ni. la.2" a. rn. e.4r p. m.
b.iiiii!s?iwnt. r -i.i- si. m. 1 n.i.' a.v. .n p. m.-
Kichtiion.t ft. in. 1 J.i'l p. rp. I 9. 'K p. m.
iiionflire i.a a. m. !.!-. n. ni. r h.iu n. m.
ivrnvit'e...... i i.n n. in. f r.j: p. in. m.iii p. in.
rudlord Jun.' I 7.15 a. m. n.iai i. m. i!.:v n. in.
Pi Mia,...'. f 8-(': in "' t :t. .'" p: in. I H.:7 p. in
Mflltird. C'OJi't j .?rJ h. n. I if.4 p. m. . t. . a. ni.
nana 1 si- iu n. m. t .ir r; -hi. n. in.
FutHhuh I Vd p. r.r. l trlW p. m. li.Ott' in. "
;nmiu. ! iuw a. m. p. nr. i s.ifi a. in.
Nofa; 2 nnd 7 run Daily: All other' Trains Dally.
except Sunday. .....
. 11 Kits.
tUwii. Vs.. i Ticket Ag't.
January 3tl.-1872-ly; T,
if Uvar Conpl;iUit are nn-
FH (-;riin f.. tin
1 " .
laiiia arc iu tlie shoul
der, nnd Is mistaken for
nieumalisiu. Tlie stom
al hl-Ii is utYfCtt'd with loss
:ivoia In eoiuTal costivo.
koi lift inics aiieriu'.Tii! wiih-inx. 1 he lieadis trou
bled with paui, and dull, heavy rtons.ition. eoiisid-
r.iMie jiis:-r ni' m r . accompa:net( wnu painiui
sensation of liavui lett
undone something that
iir"ry :1 rteu eemphiiniui; oi
hSiafl-S, U Ck.f3 -we:0cacp.s, tiebihtv and
R low spirits. Smetiines
S many ot' tii alMve aym-
tr.tL? r.f&JX'4A JL f TL.r .tms Htleiul the disease,
i;ui iu u. ii'-t . ants e-y lew oi uieni; iiul me 11 er
s irener;tllv the. orsan most involved. Cure the
9 IS. SItJrlIOJ'S
P'fT-A PIl KP A Vl A TTOX OT HOOTS AND 1TF.RRS.
we.rranied to !e stk'ielly vciietalile. and can no no
!ninrv to anvune. It has tR-en used bv hundreds
and known for the last tinrtv-five yenrs as one of
the mot relui'de. eilicaetoiii) and harnilesai prepara
tions ever oil--red to. tue st! trin;. It taken reg u-
luriy (inn pfH!f-ifi t iy. 1 1 m snre io cure
l) !w jisia, lieadacne,
S jjuindiee, coSiJTeneas.
d!'irrhaa, ftSeetions of
tll IdieMr. cmD dvs-
e!' tr. nffertions of the
kl-nieys. level1, nervous
ness, en uis, uiseuses oi
skin, impurity of tlie blood, melancholy, or depres
sion Ql SOiriUS, maiTi'urii, uunu, -m Jiiuiia iu nits
bowel, puin in the head, fever and aue, dropsy.
ituus-pui-U ill Uiu.- ami iiJUMf. cijonrauo
female aflections, anchbiUoua tiiseasefi -jeiierally.
SpnJ (or a Circular. Drutuisis. M-icon, a-,
Vrlcel:.by Buull.rf - HuaMi An:ui.,
FOKfAIEBV I Philadelphia.
ESrookiRS St Son, Eaton.
Augurtt 31, l&jl-y.
EveryMah his oynPhysiciam
TTl"K immense nenntncl fnr HOLLOA ATS
PJl.Lrt and OlNTMKNT, has temptetl unprinci
pled paritts to counteiittt these valuable medl
c 1 nes.
In order to protect the puhlTr nnd ourselves, we
liuve issued a new -'Trade fark." eonsistiiisr of an
ir. .-vntiii.il eireleofa sernent. with tlie lettiT H in
the centre. Kverv box of genuine Hoi.owav's
Pills mid htmkt win have this trademark
on it; none are ici-imuie wtiuout it.
t: v I'll ri it:. T. in . Solo Pronrietors.
TS MuMmi T,ane. Svw York.
Joiix D. lAiiiv, Cincinnati, Ohio, ole Agent fur
HOUSE k SIGN PAIHTERS
GBAINEBS AND GLAIZEES,
Donahoe's Buildinfr. tin St:iirs
Main Street, Laton, Ohio.
Mixed Puints, Oils, I'utly, Glas. tc (u quantities
to suit purchaser.-, or Hale eiieup.
Feb. 16, IS7S.-ti'.
. The "Excelsior Sr liool Seat Manufac
turing Company" will pay
?Z3 Cash pea? HI,
5000 to SOO,00 Feel
Green Walnut Lumber
sawed 1J inches thick, to be delivered
at their Lumber Yard, in .katon.
WM. BSOOKE, Secretary.
Eaton, February, 22, 1872.-U".
NEW THIS WEEK.
1 a ft 2
Tliese , Goods are made with ti e
-.; . of ofleriug to the pibljkjj,
AT TIIE-SAME C.S-
And iu incny instances lower than. Eas
All G-oods SHRTJNOe.
I call spccijU attenticn to nay Stock of
-SUCH AS ' -
PLAIIT AND FANCY
In all the latest shades and styles for
F u rnishing Goods.
Call and examine Goods before buying
as I am determined this Spring to fl'er
such inducements, as will secure the
trade of every body.
Baron street, Eaton, O.
Third door door of . Main street East
BITS' THE BEST !
. Knox' s Practical ? : r
A HEALTH I'KR-SKKVfiUt
A TlJfK MAVKJ4!
A STnriXtiTII SAVKT?!
1STKAM AS AN AGKJ.T.
rSS-Tbo advautaKCunrtlri. maclilne nre
1. It smiill. 1 1 does not Mop; can be usedlu
i. II is easily wiirkud; a child of ten yeas can
operate trie V Usher.
3 It KtH-iu-.-s nil trie v.-il known benentw of nsing
sutl? hoilltiBhot. NohDillnifOf clotlKM retjuin-d.
4. Turn: V- mufli 1-h weur ti Uik gurnieul tliati
there H wlien frt-tlon is applied. ...
. 6. It iMoUcui); cheap that when It. value l
known, the pi li e ennnnt stand In the way ot miy
falnliv. wiHhirnt to iun-hae one.
e. it rtoen the wln.ie worlc washing, rinsing and ,
blueing;, without the u.ie of a waU-tub or wauu-
l7." Tlie Wringer U lelf-ail.lustlnir, and lcniablK
of wriMiiinc aiy artfnle of rlottaiiiK from a lace col
lar to the Ueav'ioKt bed ouilt. , .
We, the nndersitfned, having tented the efficiency
of Knox's Priu-lh al WuxliinK Mni-hlne and Clotlien
Wrinirer, take piflUTn- In recommending It to the
public. Asa !ator-sjiviiis machine It far uuriiasses
anvthlliRof the kind we have ever seen; while it
wo"-ks no injury to the elothes.-but cleans them Iu.
the ouickeat and nimnlest manner ponnlhle. Any
ordinary washing can tie done In Jfom two t three
hours, ami the labor Is liothing compnri-d to that
necewtary by any other mode. We consider It the
most perfect of all the Washing Machines evel
brougnt to our notice.
AI. E. BROOKIJSS.
ELLEN FISHER, .. '
MAR? A. WAGGOttEtt.
Dr. STEPHENS. -: '
Wm: BROOKE. ' : '
JACOB CHRISTMAN. .
ANTHONY YOST. .
II. B. VAN AUSDAL. '
LEVI WYATT. .
For further Jnlormation. addrfa,
Who are preiiared to furnish Machines on abort--notice,
at wholesale and retail. -TKKltITOBY ;
POlt SAIJ!. iU-FIFTV AiJSKTa WASTED.
C. Waggoner, Agent,
March 14, Ittfebm,
EATON. O- HI
i New Manufactory ;
;' ' k of ' .-. .;. - ':
- John Ruppcl Jri V
- HAS 011--.SK! A . - ' .
S AXELS . HARNESS SHOP II '
in the North Koom of '
DDO FELLOWS' B!J!LCSKG, i
- '' ON CHERRY STREET,- ' " .
And proposes to do all kind, of work-in
... .his line, in the-." -- -:
' ' Very. Lost 'and Latest ; Style. " '
Call and Examine Work. -
; Eatoa, Feb. 10, 1873-Cm "W! ',. :
TJew : i?ii?m 11 "'
RESSLER'S CLP ST AtlD.
B e s t e r i5c L an g6, :
Carriage, Buggt, ;, . : ': ;.!
; ;: ) - - Spring? Wagon
They won Id call the attention of their friends and
. . the public Kerre rally to examine their
: NEW STOCK ; "
Of CarriagesBuggies &c.'
: Before purclmslnjf elewlifcro.
Spedal 'attention paid tg Sepairing..
3-GLVE US A CALL.
Febrnat-y ti, lsra-yrl .
FiZjtimz, i alio cjeji rms
Invite attention to their tock of FAM
itT -enocl:4-mirt ' 1-hoocce, of -which
they kw.p lull - ana complete biahjh. m.
their iti swuu n ?,.-.:
Baron -Stree t Eaton', O.
"We datfer ourselves that we 'can sell
as low as any otber house in town, and
will keep always on hand the best brandd
Of . - , ' " . r . .
l'KOVISIOXS, VEtrKTABtES, AIMOJNJJM
sne-ks, ' Tka, r '
...ISVUARB, ... . . SYRTTPS, r-.v
FAMILY FLOUB, CORN MKAL, iUCE o
r .. ALSO a r- r.-.:
Salt " by tlie vEairrol.
The patronage of the 'public is tsolicitcd,
Jnn li. l'ca-'yl. - ' i. " - -";
, r:l An-entire Xew Stock of . - ... J.
DRUGS, DYE STUFFS. . - PERFlES
fcTATrOXKliY. TOIL1-1T ARTI1CI.KS,
AND PATENT MKDMSES. 'FI'llE J ,'
.-. WINEJSA I.IQUOKH. FOB AIEDIr
CAI. I'VU POURS... ... .
OPE 3sT; 2i nD I. N:-
DONOHOS'S ; DBUILTNG,
' - - OPPOHITK TlfR POST OFFItJ-
The niaiiagfineut under the control of
Wm. T. II uIuksU, favorably known for
over twenty years as reliable aud care
ful Druggists. Ills old customers and
new ones will be waited on at fill hours,
day or night wirji great pleasure.
Prescriptions Cakf.ftj.ly CfMi'OiK'iKD
- J. Donohoe , & Co- ,
Eaton, Jan. 4 1872, niO.
3. l. auixx
N. J. tiUINN'
EATCN -STEAM ELEVATOR
tJ-RAIN" ATTD SEED ! ,
IrtiDJ? ALL-KlNnS.H - -.
From their lone exiierience they clnlru to nwler
ntaiMi the bu-im ss and to heahle tht-rel.- ti. -;iri
it on so as to be sate to themselves and pi-ofllable t i
farmers. Call at their warehouse, west .f JkiilroaU
Depot.' j. I,. OTT'NJf KON.
H. The HIGHEST CASH PKICE l'AI0 Vo.:
j. f: wHiTiKa,
, di aim daimter;
Glossing, Fvlaibiing, Gralnlnr;
, . -AND , '
OT' Eyecutl with Keatuesa and IileiaWli,T
OFFtCK, 15! MlNOIt's Bl'ILIIN,
Opposite tho Court Housr ,
KA IO. OHIO.