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ATTENTION! Our Readers and Advertisers WEEKLY SUMMARY. Counterfeits! The War.
W6 often ask mrse!f, U &i the
World into which wt were born? le
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war one of uod e ngu and unbend
tag decreet? , XeTretldent Dncola
rlhtt U Pavll right t Did God
rnake meo to b elauhtered? it It
a ear way to elilt a Batten hy tax-
tag It to death? te Chrlitlanlty a
libel? Ii the gental of tha New
Testament a ae r is toe Atocricao
tJbtoa the iatni as t lawi ot lh'
Medet and Persians? Are tri Bpar.
tawtAfi we carry on this game at
slaughter? win other nsttoni re.
main dle spectators? Ii the great
experiment of a Eepuhllcan form
of goternment to be proved tucean
ful by tbt sword T H the spirit of
Mohammed entered Into tho souls
of Abe Lincoln ad ' Jeff Darts ?
Onr national debt Is bow at a figure
which we cannot reduce to practi.
cat payment. The whole nation of
States is tu tho throes of destruc
tion; Millions will be ruined, and
America will be shunned as a
plague-land, and her unfortunate
people will be looked upoa a the
slaves of slavery and tho victims
of cunning and designing mem '
But who Is to be held accountable
to God and to mankind for. the
lives lost, tho widows And orphans
made, the property destroyed, tho
wrath kindled, and for the of
throwing bsck ctvillzstlou, educa
tion, the progress of tho art and
sciences for an Indefinite period by
the present "unholy and unnatural
warT The vot? and the ballot-box
are in the hands of the people; let
them nse these talents wisely, and
see to it that they vote for no man
at the next fall election, for Presi
dent, but one who will pledge him
self to use hie best afibrta to bring
bout peace not by the sword, bat
by conference eompraraltrand tea
aonble terms of moactitatta. be
twea north and south. Tho preieat
War Is the people's concern, it U the
people's business, and it h la their
power to settle H oa ech terms or
conditions ae may prove faoaorabie
safe, permanent vwd satisfactory to
all the States. The emancipatloa of
tha negro is. not a sufidoat reason
why the noble, white Anglo-Saxon
race should act the Kilkenny' cats,
and thus devour each other iu the
uineieeiun century, woo a con.
template the preparations now bo
ng made for. the pending battles,
without feeling a thrill of horror.
Oh 1 that all parties engaged In this
cruel and horrlbU war would but
put their sword Into their scab
bards, and hail each other with
kiss of peace. Let tt be remember
ed that to err is human, to forgive
Is divine." Would to God that we
could save the Union and make
peace In every . house, from Maine
to California, and from nay York
down to. jfiTow Orieaajs. 0 God,
Interpose,' and give peace la our
There are men who act the weath.
encode without wheels. They are
going to plant corn, or they are go
lng to loaf more and think less
they are going to read nothing
the Bible or they are going
protest against everything but
newspapers that art puMltbed
theso cheap times at fifty cents
year or they are going to read
papers and get tickets printed
which they never meau to pay
cent or they wii! give mouey
hire men to fight but they will
vote for a man who is ia for war
or they will sell their vote for
pint of whiskey or they will play
the harlot sHUi many lovers, and
thus vote for those who haye the
offices to glvo wavoj they
dance Jim Crow to tut h'gbest
der or they will seudths poor
to the devil, if they can cheat
him out of a dollar la greenbacks
made of raga. Uarrah psf V&thtr
oocka. .-.'! '.i'. V
atr Advertiatrla thifiVcgf
The Riot at Charleston, Illinois.
A Chicago Bp1
U tat aCiud
natl Enaulrer tsfai'i mornir;
tarnishes the jlrli.JularV' pC tl
recent oqitreak ji t CLkr'aon, IV..
It appears that a Desddcratlc meel-
tag was being b'cid, end tha lie-
John B,Eden,m'-ler of Cocgrt
from tha 25eenth District; was U
Uverlng an address," when a party
tt soldier toads an attempt ti
break up the meeting, by the sol.
dlers rushing to the speakers stand.
ShotsVere fUsd and four soldi ere
were killed en tho spot. The Dr.
Ford who was kin)d ad-made a
violent" Abolition 'speech on Jthfi
previous day, and wst notdistarV i
ed, but tho Abo1itl6nIta.were t .1
willing to extend thfess" prfvileg:!!
to the DemocrapyAr ?
Our Fearful Condition.
W have read in the ,VKegl8ter"
of this week - as ' follpwi j-j$ow
the Hew Testament bsingonr guide
and the Old Testament having been
done away' with,' 4c.?? ' What! j
the' "Old Testament ; done away
with. That divinely inspired Book
of God "done away with." "Hear it,
0! heavens, and be astonished, 0 1
earth." The Book, or 'everlostlng
Covenant," in which we are taught
to' "love mercy, to do justly, and
walk humbly with': our "God,"
''done away with," God forbid it.
Let tvery roan abide lu bis calll iTjf,
oui let no. t&ost who 4o aofun
defstaad the Scriptures publish
statements calculated to lead the
ouwary away from the "Faith once
delivered to the ..saintB." It is a
fearful crime to wrost the Scrip,
tares. Much of What is published
in Eaton, ia the name of God, )s a
violation of the moral and Imtua
table law of God.' Cvea tbt God
man Jews b fet forth at Inferior
to the Father, tawbem He himself
proclaims equality. What has be
come of the doctrines, of - the
vicarious sacrifice of x Christ of
Kepentauce o conversion of
Regenivratlon, or tha new blrQi
of fajth and .tanctiBcatlon ? 'We
moan to' defend both the Law -land
the Gospel as two immutable
19" We have neither the time nor
the space to esy all that we could
say relative to the great men who
met to act as guides to the Demo
crats of Ohio, on the 23rd of March
ia the city of Colnmbus; but wt art
In duty bound to say, that they
talked and resolved so as to justify
all that the Republican-Abolition
party has said of them. They neith
er declared against the present
war, la all Its bearings, nor ia its
favor. They trimmed their lamps,
but took care that there should he
no oil in-tbem to give light to their
followers. We look, upon tbelr re
solutions as calculated to load their
followers into a political dltab.
If they an against the present' war
let then, say so, If not against it,
them tell us so. - We do not want
trimmers, we want matter of fact
men.' '' - ; .'.;,
THE LADY'S FRIEND.
' The April number of this new
twoi'dollaf mngazluo opens with
charming steel engravtag called
"IIakrt ako his Doo." This Is fol.
lowed by a beautiful doubl Fashion
Plate, also engraved on steel In
best style. Then we have two com
panion engravings, which will
touch tho hearts of all mothers,
called ttThe Wanderer", and "The
Restored. .The mueic of tbi c urn
swiaiav - sjuus
BoesUtr .(I;LoVed that Deaf
Flag tbt Bett,' and tt of ItteTf
worth the price of1 the number.
Amftng the literary gems of
number are, 'Our Ned,' Mistaken
Euty;'. Mabel' Missiou: Jenny
Morris's Trip W:Ca1if6rnIa, io.
Koyeltita, aud WOrktablt Dopart.
art Julr lll46trttoirJF0bluhU
PIUCO itTOiiSOlr, Walaot
berU the rJopolar song by
THE LADY'S FRIEND. Vallandigham—the Line and the
THE LADY'S FRIEND. Vallandigham—the Line and the Skunk Fly.
The EJiter of the Estoa Kcskter
condsrp.na "Tallsndigham'a IcKcrj
because It cats both him and all tae
higher lai bloodthirsty loccadia
riei Ko tnm V,T,n, In a ; broken
"lass kou-ahsj dona mcro to tro-
dots bloodshed, litlgaQoa and mob
riots In Preble County than the
mall man of tbt Eaton 'Register.'
Wt trt frequtntl taled "Who Is
Mr.' Skunk ? Our answer is, "the
Morris dancerwho ts Well knowii
in tb religlu world as the reprt
Bentatire of the disciples of ."Saiut
Demoo. Jut groans on aunaiy, ue
!tson Monday, he perjures his soul
oa Tuesday, he visits hell for. fur
ther ordert oa-' Wednesday U9
damm the saloonkeepersoaTbii.rs
day, hs sends his neighbors to hell
on Friday be pukes himself sck on
Saturday, and is loupd In bed on
Sunday, trosnlcgsnd to recover
be Is forced to take' ad alterative,
the name of which is, the Morriso
nian nigger draught s The poor
stckly creature eanjtell more lias in
a week than the Devil can Invent in
a year. ' - ";
. Is it true that some ladies In Ea
ton have resolved to learn' the great
and glorious art of printing? Why
not! Some of the greates men : tliat
ever lived In modern times were
printers. Ben. Franklin, and the
latt LOrvi LjnUnurst, ana Otners 01
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equal fame were prlutcrs. Some of
tht greatest and best educated wo
men In England art printers and
telegraph workers. ' We know of a
woman who has taken the highest
prizes for. languages, mathematics,
painting, poninamhlp, and music,
and who feels proud that sbt it a
prl&ter. Wt should he glad to teach
any respectable, and well educated
young tomaa tbt florlooi art of
printing. Who la willing to come
and leant bow to become preacher
and teachers, through tht medio a
of tht pma ! -ii race Keuaeay, one
of tht finest female scholars of the
age, washes tht floor la tUo morn
tag, work in tht kitchen, or dams
stockings and mends clothes in tha
forenoon, cooks tht' dinaer and
waits at the table, theui dresses to
receive visitors, reads tht ancient
and modern classics in the evening,
and then retires to her study, and
writes books to Instruct rll classes.
Ont thing sht never docs. She net
wet spends any portion of her pre-
oious timt ia wandering ldleuess.
Sk Uvea to elevate her own sex,
and mankind la general In ' the
aM,la f intellectual rreatness, ana
practloaj tefuluesa.Qutea Victoria
has long had a printing establish
men! in operation, conattciea oaiy
by; female. : . ' ,
THE BIBLE SOCIETY.
We art really delighted to find
that, we have la Eaton a branch of
the American BibU moiety. Judge
Campbell: has tht cbttgo pt the
books at the office on Baron Street
whero'the public will be courteous.
ly. received and furnished with the
books at a low prico. Wt well roii
member Ibe time, when the same
Bible that is now sold for 25 centi,
nsed to coat $6. What. hufli God
wroaghtt To His name be all the
To Saloon Keepers.
Eju()tietccUoo held . within this State, on-
An act has lately patted the Ohio
Legislature, whorelo it is eaacted,
that any person within this State
who shall "sell, barter, or . give
away any sptntous. resinous or
malt llnnon,' on the day of any
i. .t. . a -
der tha courtitutiott and laws
thereof," "thall be fined In toy tarn
aot leas than flt tV sport than pne
bUBdrc4ilallar,and bo iotpriaoned
In tho county jail for a period
fcxeeeding teu days."'; Qnr Spring
election takes place next Monday
persona who sell .splritous, vinous
or taalt ityuors, oust ba careful
ad In atrlot aooorda&qii trttb tbt
Toisteaaf tbji'Aoi"' 'i'
President Lincoln's Codicil to the
WASHINGTON, March 26.
BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
, WttiitM, R fcM'kscotne nocesswy to de-
Jne t!i 9sci in whicb iusurgeot eraioi
tr toHtlcd rtt bcwCU fit, tlwProotMnv
tUm of tk Prcsiant of the United Sutci,
wUck M ! m tix tth (lay of DecmUr,
183, m4 tat Bsnner is which thej ihtll
proct4 toTil thennelrr- of U encfil ;
AB WSttitu, TM obiecU or tliat I'rocia-
tt,ttoa mxpio tnpprcM the tniiirrtipD,-
ana' rwlore lb authority of tho United
the f rt tl.dtnt.waa offertdwlth refereaoe to
the object aloot ; ,"
.. o, therefow, I,' Abrahansr Lincoln?
rjrwiaeBl of th Uite4 'Slatei, Ai hereby
proclaim and dwtare thai tho (aid Procla-
nutioa da, not apply to the,cMei of persoqn
who, at tha time, tcaking to -obtoia th
VtnefiUbr talcing the oath thorcby prcscribeif,
are in military aaral, or civil pon&aemcnt
or ciutodjr, or ander bend op parole of tb
ciril, aaiKtar or aaral attthQriicyr agent)
of tb United State, a pruonera of war,
or peron detained forofienae of any kind(
eitbrr before or after conviction, and tVat,
n tha tontrary, it doe apply only -to 'those
pertoni who. being yet at large and free
from any arreitj confinement of doresa,
hall rrlutarily come forward and take the
laid oath, with the purpoe of restoring
pee and eatablithing the nation il autbori
ty. Pritoneri exchanged from the arpnajty
offered in the said Proclamation may apply
to the President for clemency, like all other
offeaderi, and thir application will "receire
due . consideration. '
I do furtlier declare and procliin that
the oath presented in the aforesuid proola
autioS of the 8th of December, 1863, may
be taken and lubucribod before any com
missioned offieer,ciilmilitnry prnrfval.lh the
serric of the United States, or civil, military
or natal officer, of a State or territory ' jfot
in iesurreetion, who by llie laws thereof,
may ba qualified lor administering tho, oath,
' All officers who recti re iuch.oe.tV ar
hereby authorised to giro ccrtifieatos theroon
to the persona raspectirely by whom they
re asade. and auch officers are hereby ra.
qnircd t transiait the original records of
sick oath, at aa early a day as may lie, con-
anient, to the Department of State,
they wiU he deposited, and remain in the
archiTta o( the Conrnment. . , ...
The Sacretary el Stat will keep a regiatry
lhera aad ia Droir ears issue certificates
of okS record in. the cusjLomiiry .fcjni. of
o(Ec al eemticaica. .
la testimony wharaof, 1 have bercnlo
r . , y aana and causvf tha aca(
U ta amrrd Vorw at tbe city
of Waahiaeton. this 26th dar
of Uarch, in the year of our
Lortt, 1864, sad of the lode-
pendence of Uie UrMed Mates,
, i. . Ue eighty -ngnth.
lWtUPr-idl: ri .
WILLIAM H. SEWARD, Sec of State.
aarilow long must wt wait before
we receivo the money still duet
Us'fo printing he last fall olceon
ttekets When we settled iu Eft'on
we were freqneutly toldby -some
of the country people th'dt ail they
wanted waatotaAe the Press cart
riedop, and they would .anbeeribeV
and pay cheerfully. Have they done
so ! Not they. We beltat'ed thera'
then, but we do not believe them
now. .We feel aahamcd to have
ask so often for our juat dues, but
when men are so lost to all sense
of shame as to compel its to do so,
tne odium must full on them.
Bon. Butler writes to a He
publican member of Congress
I will rely on your friendship'
always to vote in tavor ot nuving
anyotBcial act of mine inveatitratoJ;
sucit tnvcattgauoiis win show mla
takca, blunder and failure
judgeneut iunumorable,. and
thcas 1 must sulfur : but I fear no
thing else. ' I annul i veil be willing
for them to be investigated
Fernando Wood, were it not
the maxim, set a thief to catch
thief." ' '';;- : :.'.
' Mr. VVood will objoit to the im
putation cast upon him. "Mr,
COnttStton US rcgarus liWWOlr
worthy of note. .It was tuidtatiyf
a slip of tht Pi rButlcr Jikd
Atention or oouteasing -aiuso
soon.fEx. ' - . ,
At th residence of her father, Mr. Henry
Uatbaway. in West Cownton, Ky..
March 28, of Consumption, Khilt .
of W. i. Wilton of CataJe'iv,ip .yje
year of bar aga. lVyX I, ,!. ; i i!i ' Vi
, Tha funeral aemaea- were -held nt
ChrUiiaa Cboraboa suuh Street, tlinoinnati,
aa the Viix, a4 Iks raiait war 'brought
Died; NEW ADVERTISEMENTS'
Died; NEW ADVERTISEMENTS' NOTICE.
' .tELX PAtSi: 3 .E..'TT2. .? ; .
ON tbb Snth d-jf .t.f Jin' . ass, tha .
. F'bato Couri frcl unoty,. de
clared the e-'ftte'ipf I 'X, 1. drnwased, .
to be", j'jab! inaoR-enti ,;- ;
Cr.ior ae tharefar n -red to ptwont -eir
elainia airainit the .tale, to the andor-
icned. fat allowance, within six taontha
from the time above mentioned, of th
will aot ba entitled to paymect
ASA NEWTON, . '
One orthe AdmYs of T.Ti.JTe'i
On.oa k Camnuxl, A'y. .
Died; NEW ADVERTISEMENTS' NOTICE. NOTICE.
TUB underignod haa Vn arp- .
Administrator fcf the W ifi, l('r -if
ivk Ault, late of WaMngto-wws&iiJs .
ble county, Oh'O, deceased. -
Fooa k 8opheiss,.Att'yaJ g Ai"'nTf
Maiea-ll, 18M 34i VUiUiiiriA
niSE DTcrjiraJhai taM..aroi4Jn
L Administrator f-thc Rnlpts
Braddoek; -late "of. Iin t6wBsbiji,''Prebki
county, Ohio, dtMi. ' l' S t ;. s-.s-o'-
ooi'fetcpheni.'Affy; '''- .
JACKSON P. RUSH'S t$TATH
f I tne onaersigneu aa db antyappoiatat nVi
I Administrator of Jackson P. Bosh, lata f i
of Gratis. Township,' Jtthlt- ooWfriiii,
deceased. - t.v u ; m I .VX.O.V
i TTM0TI1Y GOODwIN, Adsa'r.
Gilmore k CamsbrlLAtfta rv4 iTT
March 2, 180-t--ttJ i. ItCo will
able prescription for the cars of CousomD--
tion, AKlhinat Bronchitis, anj al Jhxoataad
Lung allections, tree of charge,) by sending
their addreas to- , t.--n'i.at 211TTX
Alor. K. A. VILSOS tnhvn 1
lungs Co, Jiew York.
jaa. 8j.i8f.vctc f1.:jj.oi3hr,;irA
L . r.:Lyi". ,-..:U:mO. .unlit
iydZ whsft 'jftijajZ sniiocD
fTlfJE noJcriitraed are prepared to eciSf"'J
J- wodate ayabbCHtbia
aad Machine work," :' v V
Alt Kinds QfCasffnaDonvfoCra"
Drill,' Reapers, Mowers,. Thrashing Ma
chines. Orittt Mill, Has Mllla, 'tcj..-t.ta(-
paired t rt aHott-aoric." "
Always kept o aaadaat aaue tooedol--' ' ' i
Framca and Grata Baa for SuiV Vurnt-"
cea, Bakery, Knlwa, c. r ii X
Cooking Stoves, f arlrir Stoves
Uog Irons. V. ,
Window Wc'yV.t,: Cdltr
nr. ' M,w;3-. j trv $N
Water Spouts for aousei. j , ,: a al
Bottom foe Lje UopparSr! :d ',! btlnvtW
BlackinitiU I:.UoaTU, OtlMa
pat'em uvi a li.w W-
Fly Wheels, TrncV VltUj; ai2
Ops for ttooa
Frame for soatinir fichi
' WtndawCap a.wl.Si.j.l a,Bhsaa
nasnirs lor uriogea, ca. i i ii
We are preparing, aad will ta m kaat
in a vary abort tiuse; vS of tbrteU kndf d 1 . .
finest CoMiiiari)rBntr4fa fo-)tal:,i"
in this or any other Bute. Patented ia (86 1'.1,"; '
Warraated to hake U the bono Sad a 4Uk
alike, aad gire good aatlafaetioa. ' '"V.
We will nay the highest price d
Metal atid Wraoght Iron, la atthaaga Ja 00
Castings. v ,A ... ',V:-ABi tik
,Eatqa, Jan. 28, l8Gt-f J,
GilEAT AVESIEKN iv;,;-
utuov otpm l ' .
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arecud s new' and, omssadt
)), is m pwpartd tq xtctt ,11
is, Uaav'lhatsAay jwaatraatadi &J
'-A' Good Stock af finisat
LA on Short,- is
au wars i nia.
to bis oar.
work, consisting of -t : V4 a a
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