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L, G-. GOULD, Editor.
: Dec. 30 1675.
Tweed is said to be in Canada.
The President hasn't yet been in
dieted for being -connected "with the
One of the crooked ways of gov
ernment officials for' obtaining funds
for electioneering purposes Is thro'
The fool-killer is needed in India
na. There is a fellow in Vernon who
is going to try and eat fifty quails
in as many days.
Joyce says from his. prison-cell,
Mthnt tlia nlinla TVh!t TTnnSP Will be
wuv " I
n j v-ji ., m Tw,;rionf
not excepted,''!;. Let 'er scorch.
The editor of the JZaXon,Register
has declared for Gbast, the great
salarv-ffrabbins robber, for a third
term! Yumf'Xum! m
If there has been any Democrats
connected with the whisky frauds,
are they and where do they hold I
h? 'Nary one; it's a lie!
Every whisky thief so far brought
to the surface, is a screeching "too
much money", third term Radical.
No democrats in that dirty business.
Let the people recollect this.
The crumbs that fall from the ta
ble of th&great salary-grabber and
tossed to his little curs, make some
of them feel big and snappish.
Grant may ,not desire a third term,
Jut it wouldn't be a safe thing for
one of his1, collar-dogs to say that
Grant couldn't have six terms, if he
inclined that way. ....
When Grant.Baid to Bristow "let
no guilty man eseape," he did it with
that very common mental reserva
tion, "present company excepted."
The Prohibitionists will hold their
National Convention at Cleveland,
O.. May 6th, 1876. . And what will
it amount to?".
The ndmber of men "out of a job"
seems to be on the increase, and the
fact that winter is here makes this
fact more appalling, to them at least.
That "gold and silver" ought to be
gin to jingle. -
We hear of people who say that
they knew they were voting the
wrong ticket in voting the Republi
can ticket last falL Do they propose
to continue to vote wrong?
tne West, ana IS tUe ablest eclltea
anywhere. We like it, and if any
our democratic menus want a good
It would be a . pleasant thing if
each reader of the Democrat would
signalize the dawn of the centennial
year by sending at least one new
subscriber for it Try it
We suggest to the editor of the
Eaton Register that he get the words
"refte!" and "ex-Confederate" stereo
typed for the benefit of the composi
tors of that eoncern.
Who will now say that we have
not a Rebel House? Register.
Does that mean the White House,
because your master appointed Long
street,1 "Mosby and other "rebels" to
fat positions? If not, why not?
The old and heretofore reliable dry
goods' house of J. fc J. Slevin & Co.
of Cincinnati,' made an assignment
on Friday last "7 They hadn't heard
of Hayes' election or else had "too
J. Leslie Foster has again got in
to difficulty ia undertaking by tele
graph from St Louis, to levy black
mail on G. W. Bishop, of Cincinnati.
Leslie is a wayward young mas, asd
it is about time he. makes a change
in bis modus operandi of shirking
an honest living.
The Prospectus of the Cincinnati
Enquirer will be found in another
part of our paper. " The Enquirer
the best, most liberal and independ
ent democratic journal published
paper outside of their county organ,
we recommend the Enquirer.
The liberal and handsome Christ.
mas "donation to each of the mem
bers of the Aiken Newspaper Union,
by the Proprietors of the enterprise,
is .the best of evidence that they
gentlemen of big and generous hearts
"and know where to place their grat
itude that it "will do the most good."
May they live long and so prosper
that they can extend such benefits
each recurring New Year, is our
"Pestiferous," 'pusillanimous' and
"nincompoop," are not the kind of ar
gument that will convince the out.
raged and robbed tax payers of this
county,, that Mr. Grant ought to
honored above a Washington, or that
the leaders ot the Republican party
are not corrupt and rotten to the
core and should be kicked from pow
er. Such epithets will not screen
the guilty nor fail to place the odium
of these whisky frauds where they
properly belong, and the sinecures
who feed from the crumbs of the
Presidential salary-grabbers table,
may as well take such things patient
ly and keep their tempers.
ARMS! TO ARMS!
. . . . ,
of an ex-Conteaerate: ureal uoa
"Can such tliinr9 be.
Pause everybody! Stop every
thing! Here is a horrible condition
of the countay ! Lock up your dwell
ings! Close your business houss!
Cease, manufacturing! Buckel on
your armor of war, and apply to the
brave and sanguinary Colnel of the
Eaton Register for marching orders!
The country is about to be ruined !
It has no future worth living for un
til the outrage is wiped out in rivers
of blood ! In the midst of this thiev
ing and corrupt Republican party
in an atmosphere foul with whisky
rings even into the White House
Credit Mobiliers a salary-grab Pre
sident Boss Sheppard, Joyce and
McDonald a Democratic House of
Representatives has committed the
unpardonable sin by removing a
".colored woman" who has held a po
sition in the ladies room, lo! these
many years, and appointed the widow
And o'er come us like a summer cloud ?
We appeal to the "in dignant bu-
sum oi every American oi .airican
'cent, if we should not wipe out this
outrage inflicted upon-our suffering
country? What if the country is
prostrated in business and failures
and assignments taking place all
around us? These are but drops in
the bucket of our torment, compared
joying fat "takes'
to the above calamity !
and suffering" "fool-osopher" of the
Register will take command of the
army until it reaches the borders of
the "sacred soil" ' of Maryland, when
he will be joined by the "kil" Mos-
by and Longstreet, who are now en-
under the Grant
dynasty! Our knapsack is packed ;
our indignation is overflowing for
our down-trodden race!
P. S. Several of the "loil" who
are in favor of the war, but don't like
to see blood, should be left at home
to take care of the traitors in the
N. B. Hang every "buzzard-roos
ter" that comes to Eaton to attend a
Another P. S. Shoot every man
on the spot that says this is an "un
Another N. B. It's got to be "fit
out" on this line if takes all summer
and the last man and last "rag baby."
The Pope's toe is well!
Fkom late Washington news we
see that t'.ie Democratic House will,
on reassembling after the holidays,
immediately move to investigate the
whisky frauds. It is proposed to ex
tend the work to the chief head
thieves, and from matters which
have been recently disclosed, it
confidently expected to convict the
President, through his man Friday,
with the swindlers. In that event
it is the purpose of the Democratic
party to prepare articles of impeach
ment against Grant, for the perpe
tration of high crimes and misde
meanors. It is well for the nation
that a chance in the lower House
Congress has occurred, in order that
the long list of revenue frauds may
be looked into and impartially inves.
tigated; for as the matter stood,
there were rings after rings and
linked together in such a manner,
that no Republican Congress dare
venture a thorough investigation,
they and their friends were all in the
mix together. But things have now
changed, and we say give us ligbt
upon the subject. Let us know what
has become of the immense revenues
which the present administration
been collected from the people.
the ball is now in motion, our motto
is to keep it rolling until the last
thief is uncovered and exposed, and
if it takes the "last man and. the
"Now all the school houses will
be shut up," was the cry of the Rad
icals when Arkansas got rid of
scoundrels and adventurers who were
stealing everything they could
their hands on, school money as well.
Instead of closing the school houses.
the State, impoverished as she is
carpet bagism, has devoted one
of the revenue to school purposes,
and the Legislature has passed
memnrinl ,st;rr n dnnnrinn nf flnv
of eminent lands in the State for
benefit of the public schools.
much for electing ex-Confederate
democrats to govern the State.
Do the people realize the heinons
ness of the crime charged against
Orville E. Babcock? This man,
military secretary and bosom friend
of the President of the United States
is under indictment for conspiring
with men, since convicted as thieves,
to rob the people of the United
States. It is charged against
that from the White House itself
engineered a gigantic system of pub
lic plunder, and devised methods
enable the corrupt officials, associat
ed with him in the conspiracy, to
their places of trust for purposes
robbery. Never in the history of
country has a person so near to
President, and so actively sustained
by him in all his undertakings, been
tainted with so infamous a charge.
Hon. W. D. Kelly, of Philadel
phia, predicts that Congress during
the present session, will pass a
substituting greenbacks for National
bank currency. He has but little
hopes, however, that such a measure
will pass the Senate that body
When Grant removed Hender
son, as prosecutor in the wuisKy
frauds, he tendered the place to a
Mr. Glover, but this gentleman re
fused to accept it, with the implied
threats hanging over him of rebuke
and dismissal for the slightest criti
cism upon the conduct of the Cresar
that now governs us. Mr. Glover
deserves the respect of every citizen
for his manliness. The great salary -CTabberaud
Long Branch horse racer
seems to regard thejudge, the grand
jury and the prosecuting counsel in
these proceedings against the whisky
ring in the light of military subor
dinates, owing him the kind of re
spect paid in a camp or garrison to
the commanding ofheer, and ans
werable to him for the faintest
word spoken or gesture made against
his highness. The law is the para
mount authority in this whisky
scoundrelism, and the prosecuting
counsel owes no more respect to Mr.
Grant than he deserves, and if the
evidence in any case connects his
name in a questionable ' or suspic
ious manner with any case, no
prosecutor could without base recre
ancy fail to carry out the interpreta
tion and point the finger of discredit
at the individual, even though he is
the occupant of the White House.
To suppose, as the great salary-grabber
seems to, that he is entitled to
immunity from animadversion in our
courts of law, is to suppose that the
shadow of the administration across
these tribunals is more potent than
the law, conviction of justice or ardor
for its vindication. If this be so,
the republic is not in danger it is
already lost, and the American peo
ple slaves. There is no liberty ex
cept in the sanctions, injunctions
and limitations of the law as .the em
bodiment of the supreme will of a
free people. '
The Eaton Democrat informs its
readers that the scoundrels-unearthed
in the whisky frauds are Repub
licans, and that the statement of the
Register that Democrats have been
implicated is an ignorant or malic
ious falsehood. The impudence of
tins pestilerous little nincompoop ol
the Democrat, is only equaled by his
The gentleman who wrote the
above for severity, ought to go back
to his spelling book, or something
else than editing a paper. But would
it not have been better for this sharp
"Aleck," and more convincing to the
readers of the dignified and high
toned journal, if Grant's "large" col
lar man had mentioned a few demo
crats that are connected with the
whisk3r scoundrelism? Or does he
imagine that such pot-house' slang is
sufficient evidence for a majority of
his readers to swallow his master for
a third term?
The unemployed laboring-men of
Montreal have inaugurated "Bread
or Blood" riots, but up to this time
no serious results have accrued, yet
there seems to be slumbering an ele
ment which may at any moment
produce an explosion and such ter
rific results as will cause humanity
to shudder. The laborers demand
work and say that their families can
notare! Similar cases produce
similar results everywhere, and there
is a lesson in these Montreal distur
bances which may be profitable for
consideration in this country.
In Grant's message he invited the
attention of Congress to "the neces
sity of regulating by law the status
of American women who may marry
foreigners, and of defining more ful
ly that of children born in a foreign
country of American parents who
may reside abroad." Of course,
usual, Grant was looking out for his
own family. Since his daughter
married a "foreigner" and "resides
abroad," her own status and that
her children becomes a matter
Presidential inquiry and Congress
ional attention. If the executive of
fice is to be kept in the family it
an important matter to know wheth
er that young bartons is or is not
eligible to the succession.
ing Washington and JacksOn, toward
the close of their second terms, hav
ing been spoken of for re-election
each took occasion in his last mes
sage previous to the election of
successor, to declare an intention
retire at the close of the second term,
It will be observed that Gen. Grar.
has omitted to do anything of the
sort, because he don't want it any
more than he did the first time !
Grant's lick-spittles and collar-
men are not pleased with the result
of the Mississippi election. There
will be others in thi3 carpct-bag rid
den portion of our country, that will
send a howl of despair out of the
kennels of these fawning and cring
ing creatures, before another Christ
mas greets the country. Let Morton
wave the "bloody 6hirt."
Mr. Randall has introduced once
more that most sensible amendment
to the Constitution, which we hope
yet to see adopted, providing that
the Presidential term shall be length
encd to six years, and that the
President shall be ineligible for re
election. Nothing would tend more
directly to simple politics and a pure
The Lancaster Intelligencer is
doubt "whether Grant's next cam
paign will have for its leading issue
crooked whisky or straight piety."
The Washington Republican, the
President's official organ,- of last
week, ' contains a long article on the
Cuban question. The views therein
expressed are of more than ordinary
interest, as it is understood "theysre
the sentiments of the President. Af
ter positively declaring it not to be
the purpose of the President to urge
either the recognition of independ
ence, or to accord belligerent rightsj
the article concludes as follows:
"Evidently, unless the .Govern
ment retracts the arguments against
Independence and belligerency con
tained in the President's message,
the alternative of meditation or in
tervention are contemplated. Inter
vention, however is a European idol.
It is defined to mean that the im
pending Government invades the
country in which it desires to sup
press a certain authority whose in
terests it wishes to support. But in
tervention is an act of war, and lias
never yet been resorted to by Re
publics. Meditation may be adopt
ed with a friendly intent to serve
both parties to the contest, and is
now the only peaceable resort in this
Cuban affair by the United States...
"The situation accordingly re
solves itself, presuming that the po
sition assumed by tne .rresident De
maintained, into one of peace, if
Spain accepts our frieudiy efforts, or
war of some kind if an adjustment is
not reached without further vexa
tious delay. We submit that no oth
er deduction than this can be made
from the facts as we have presented
them, and we do not hesitate to add
that the idea of a confederation ot
the West India Islands, under a
Spanish protectorate, would prove to
be a failure. The Spanish authority
would continue dominant and prove
vexatious, and the cruel delays which
have been the curse of our diploma-
tic relations with Madrid, would not
be abated. This solution .would
therefore, prove to be unsatisfactory,
and in the end might render inter
vention a necessity. Under no cir
cumstances, however, should the idea
of annexation be considered. I here
is no reasonable pretext for it and
as mat'.ers now stand, no ' benefit
would be derived from it either by
the Cubans or the United States.
In speaking of the nomination of
Grant for a third Jerra by Bishop
Haven and two hundred . other
Methodist preachers; the Springfield
(Mass.) Republican makes a good
point "Suppose," it says, "a Ro
man Catholic Bishop were to publkly
advocate the nomination of any
Democratic politidan for the Presi
dency next year; what a howl would
go up! How the pious protestant,
Mr. Thomas Nast, would break out
in cartoons! What severe and edi
fying homilies we. should have from
all the organs that have received Mr,
Morton's circular letter, of true Re
publican inwardness, upon the evils
and perils , of having a 'political
church' among us!"
A DELIGHTFUL VIEW.
Hie Pittsburgh Commercial, in
attempting to account for the great
number of failures, says:
"The civil war and the bad finan
cial system which it bequeathed, has
had much to do with undermining
the morals of the business world, but
if the great number of bankruptcies
which have lately occurred but lead
to a restoration of the old-fashioned
principles of business, the trials and
losses endured will not be without
So, the Republican party gave to
the United States so "bad a financial
system" as to undermine "the mor
als of the business world." And
now we are told that the hope for "a
restoration of the old-fashioned prin
ciples of business" is to be found in
the wholesale number of "bankrupt
cies." This is indeed a delightful
view of the matter.
There is a report in Washington,
which is, however, without official
verification, that the United States
has submitted proposals to Great
Britain. France and Germany, look
ing to an intervention in the Cuban
question. The recent movements o
the English fleet are pointed to
the evidence that the English Gov
ernment is at least disposed to con
sider the question, if in fact she has
not already consented to unite with
our authorities in the case.
Does Babcock belong to the dark
lantern anti-Catholic order? . It
probable that he does, and knows
the grips as well as he understands
the whisky thieves' lingo. Partner
ship in the whisky Rings gives
man just the right tuition to fit him
to take part in the anti-Catholic
third term movement.
The "crooked whisky" sensation
has been followed by development
gigantic frauds, in "crooked" pen
sion papers. Washington dispatch,
es tell the story of the unearthing
a Pennsylvania ring of pension claim
swindlers, who have been doing
fraudulent business of over a million
dollars yearly. Next.
The reports gf the success of the
Moody and Sankey meetings at Phil
adelphia 6peak well for the success
of the Democrats in that city next
year. If the Philadelphians once get
to looking after their souls, the Re
publican majority will be lost forever.
We believe there are some
Grant's collar-dogs so hopelessly id
iotic as to think that their master
has no guilty knowledge of the reve
nue thieves about the White House.
Their condition is to be pitied.
Two boys near College Corner
hunting rabbits; one dragged his
gun and will now hunt cotton tails
in the "happy hunting grounds."
THE CHURCH TAXATION
The Boston Advertiser, a Repub
lican paper, contains the following
relation to Grant's scheme for tax
ing church property:
The unexpected outbreak of the
President's message on the taxation
church ' property although the
General Government coma no more
meddle with that question than it
could .with suppressing the insurrec
tion in Herzegovina has called at
tention to the amount of property
held by the different religious de
nominations in the United States,
exempt from taxation. This, accord
ing to the census of 1870, was as fol
lows, the Methodists taking the lead:
Roman Catholic, 60,985,556
Baptists, . . 41,008,108
Reformed Church, 10,Ui,4u
The remaining $30,000,000 being
distributed between seventeen other
denominations.' That these figures
are correct is vouched for in a note
at the foot of the table in a printed
conioendium of the census, reading
"The statistic of churches are be
lieved to be substantially exact and
to present a just view of the organi
zation of the several religious de
nominations found within the United
The laws on this sub, ect, madeun
der circumstances which have been
long out-lived, are in urgent need or
revision: and in many of the btates
the attention of men who have made
a study of the problems of taxation
has been turned to them. Upon
what basis the President estimates
the value of church property untax
ed in 1875 at one thousand millions
does hot appear. It must be a mis
take, unless such property increases
more rapidly than any other Kinu.
But whatever the value may be, or
the magnitude of the evil, it cannot
be dealt with off-hand; and the dan
ger is not so imminent as io iempi,
Congress too far beyond its jurisdic
THE OHIO DELEGATION.
Ohioaris need not be ashamed of
their delegation in Congress, vn
the Democratic side, Hon. Henry B.
Pavne: unquestionably the wisest,
ablest and most prudent man. Frank
Hurd, the glorious young orator, of
Toledo, will make his marK. junt.
Sayler is already conspicious ior uis
abi itv. and Banning nas a gooa re
putation. Gen. Kice is a cool, game,
little fellow, and will act always wise-
Hon. A. T. Walling, of the Cen
tral district, with his genial ways
and knowledge of affairs will always
be up in the front rank. Hon. E. i
Poppleton is a gentleman of elegant
appearance and splendid adlress.
Hon. John A. McMahon, .of Dayton,
comes from an illustrious family, and
has the ability to meet in debate any
man on the floor, vet itiial he is
modest and nnpresuming. Messrs,
Savage, Vance, Neal, Southard, are
all young men, full of patriotic de
sire to honestly represent their peo
pie and. bring about a desired reiorm
in the administration of our public
affairs. Dr. J. P. Cowen, of the 14th
district, is a quiet, unassuming gen
tlewan, of great practical good sense,
and considerable legislative experi
ence. That thev will act most heart
ilv and cordially together on all
Questions ot importance to tne peo
pie of the State is most sincerely to
be hoped. Hie Kepumicans nnve a
strong delegation in the persons of
Foster, Dan ford, Van Voorhes, Mon
roe and Garfield, and that they will
endeavor by every means to make it
politically "red-hod for their Demo
cratic colleagues is as evident as that
"day follows night" Plain Dealer.
Before the trials connected with
the whisky frauds are through with,
new and immense rascalities among
Pension officers are reported, amount
ing to millions of dollars. These
frauds are said to be so gigantic that
no man can have any adequate con
ception of their extent. And, to
make the matter worse, it is alleged
that this swindling in the pension
business has been going on uncheck
ed for year3 the officers at Wash
ington, who are legally the guardians
of the people's interests, not having
known that such a state of things
existed. And thus it is, while Grant
and his office holders are scheming
and working for a ' third term," or
further lease of much abused power,
the thieves are stealing at will and
plundering an already over-burdened
and oppressed people.
Old fashioned people who regard
the use of the birch as an important
adjunct to the education of youth,
will be interested to know that the
Supreme Court of Wisconsin has de
cided flogging to be unlawful; that
the whipping of a child by the teach
er of a public school is an assault
and battery, and that an offending
teacher may be fined and held ans
werable fcr offending the dignity
Babcock's salary as an officer
the army is less than $4,000, but
is alleged that within the last six
years he has been able to accumulate
a fortune of half a million. Never
theless, the sweet smile that haunts
his face is common to good men, ba
bies and angels only. .
The Republican National Com
mittee will meet at Washington on
January 13th, to decide upon the
time and place for holding the Na
tional Republican Convention to
nominate candidates for President
and Vice President.
"Pestiferous" is good "pusillani
mous is better if it had been spelled
properly; but "nincompoop" is
crusher! 'Rah for Grant s whisky
thieves and bummers!
VOTE OR SHUT UP.
[National Labor Tribune.]
There is scarcely an evil under
r.hich the workingmen suffer to-day,
cau be removed by votiEg. Un
ions upon Unions piled on each oth
er as high as Mt Olympus cannot
what voting alone can do. In
this republican nation where every
man has a voice and votes, there
should be no grumbling about evils
which can be wiped out of existence
votes. . The bulk of our mea who
forever prating and grumbling
around with faces as long as a bean
pole about this and that and the oth
er sort of tyranny, ought to shut np
their empty blather until they can
make up their minds to vote these
evils out of existence.
If they are not men enough to do
this, they deserve to suffer. What is
liberty to vote for if not to be used
eradicate wrongs and abuses.
Shut up, we say, and no more of
this. You have each a vote, and yet
vou let yourself be led by the nose.
there were not such men as you,
there would be no tyrants. You
make them. Transform yourselves
and be men, and they will fly from
The vote on the third term reso
lution in the House indicates that
Grant's strength is not confined to a
single State or section. The negroes
are almost a unit in his favor. And
the vote proved that in Maine, Ken
tucky, Illinois, Vermont, Michigan,
the Carolinas, New York, Iowa, Mis
sissippi, Louisiana, Florida, Califor
nia and Alabama, there are leading
representatives of the Republican
party who are advocates of a third
term. What other candidate for a
Republican nomination has strength
in bo many States?
It is reported that the Missouri
penitentiary is to be enlarged for the
accommodation of Grant's crooked
Cuba is disgusted with President
Grant's allusion in his message to
Dunne, a Republican and a Cath-1
olic, was Chief Justice of the Terri
tory of Arizona. Grant removed
him for objecting to his anti-Catho
lic policy. - ;
Week of Prayer—Union Services.
The pastors of the Methodist, Baptist,
ClirisLiun and Presbyt nan Ulllrlhe
ol Eaton, have arranged to hoUl union
services during the Week of Prayer, in
the various churches, as follows eacn
service to begin at 7 o'clock p. m.
Mnmlav evetun?. January d, at tne
Tuesday evening, January 4, at the
Wednesday evening, January o, at
the Chri-tiim Church.
Th ursdny evening, January b, at tne
f. V.. i'liiirch.
Friday evening, January 7, at the
Saturday evening, January o, no i-
Si'.ndar morning, Jnuury a, service
in separate churches.
Suiiuity evening, jnimry v, uiiu.n
serviccs'in V.E. Church.
We hope that all who are interested
in the growth of religious life in this
community will be present at these
ith earnest, prayerful
hearts, and endeavor to make thU week
pr culiarly prei ions in spiritual refresh
ing and general profit. ' . .
. J. GKOEGE,
Z. T SULL1VAX,
A. J. REYNOLDS.
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It it opposed lo 1'ie iiiiwiseiinrt 1 1 is lion est cl:ir.
inn-ii-.ti.... n:ili:ii ht m-iiited the fuw rind ( P-
pn-ss'-d the limit v, nsr'n!Ucl In :tn nut of Cinii.:,s
relirln-r i'loui circuiuiiuu ne.tr ly twu-thliite of the
uemiies" ituey. ' , . ,
The Naiioiiul Bonk Scheme, n 'lev!ce. to -.lace
lhet:unal orihe cm-reucy in the h:unH ol ihv m--ncy
kinys and creutioa a uon -jriiducinj arisloc-
RlTiie Salary Orab Tloblierv, Incrcasine the p.iy of
Kovernmpiit officials, while the price ol labor and
its prod not s, reut e"ate,and prtvniacks lhe yvo
ules' money) ha vc h(eu dt'ireiri ut-d.
The act chniiiiti; the oriifinnl contract with
bondholders, end making bonds payable In go.d
instead on-al tendeis, as first aL'n-ed tipoh, a
favoritism of X per cent. u value to tne few at the
eKense of the many.
Tin Itestmiptioii Art. flenian-linsr that which is
ntlerlv impussihle. and plarui tne object sought
for twenty years mrther off.
For such and other crimos n'-'ninst tlie people
ttie Knituirer will advocate :i i-hane in the .u.niur
iatriiion ofgovemreentaOatrs, a most nuliis
Celebration of the Centennial Tear.
If you would fcnow and understand the issued
merits nti'l etrt-eis oi p;mmni miurc irr-.pi.
read the K'tquirer diirhiij this all important crisi,
and subbci'ibo fur the year 1S7.
Sinrle Copy, on1 year, If-??
Five Copies, ' l,T5 erf h,
Ten ' 1,9 1 1,,J
Twenty " 1,3 " , t . '
WilU llierenstlllxrul terms to club Birent.1. hen
forsueelraeii couies nii'l asenH' nuintj. Agents
wanted ul every ofilce. AOdtew all letters to
Faran & McLean, Pub'r.,
Dec. 30, 1S75
FARM FOE SALS.
T will offer atiirivate sale my farm of
The land is in a good state of cultiva
tion, good improvements, and situated
in Gratis township, Preble county, O.,
one mile south east of Winchester.
Price, !p6,5fi0 $3,000 cash, $1,000 in one
year, and the balance in five years;
$500 a year without interest. For lur
ther particulars address the unde-signed
at Gratis, P. O., Pr.'blo county, O.
Eaton, Pec. 2, 1875: -
J.T.DEEK, I L. KISIXOEK,
I J.C. ItAWKIXS".
J. T. DIEM & CO.
WE have opened in the room recent
ly occupied by F. M. Deem, a
full line of .
DOMESTIC DRY COODS
Also, a nice stock of Cloths, Cassimeres,
&c. . '
Coth ing Made to Order.
AVo invite everybody to call and ex
amine our goods and prices.
Nov. 18, 1875-3m
Embracing an immense variety of . CTtl f O D . -O
PIECE GOODS, HATS, cAG,"and-
Please remember i. agree to sell First Class GoodcLeapct,Uiaanv-
body else. Therefore it will be ito you'r advantage to call and examine - -Goods
and Prices before purchasing your Fall and Winter supplvi Dbff fl 3 1
forget, "The proof of the pudding is the eating." JOS. WOERNER.
- Jfe : ' " '--.'f; Vt' -
'"- i---. . Ml tit
PELOUBET, PElte:: $ mlll-
--:-. .!? lis--: ji;-f;-ar
- - ., ' jj , ' .'.h.T fM I.-" ; . v. ....
DECKER & BARNESTtlMWAY lb MATHtfSKEL'SiPiAKGS;
, Is prepared to, furnish,theW''pn as reasonable .terms; as Uiey.ji.'tii. bjp'i,.,"
bought anywhere else, as he is buying them directly .-i'rpm thejjiianulaQj
'; Eaton, March 18, lB7a
- . . , .j r , . u, , ; -js.' rtJr'
3 f idf. -
httl C J ca vj
V 'X: :"J visfS e'ecivedand! 02?
ALL KIN DS OErPIN FrhUM UBKft
Tinibcr? J oists and
. r 4A
3 - ' ST W t?jt rT't-
; - Cedar, Qa& aiidXocust pejicAPctsa
kind of Finishing . ',aiib$r ul lo Gr&rr tCil
klnela of SSuildinsr Mjumherrtul l Vt.tlcr-
M few,' Cispiiali;Bes 'mziW'tm r-.
s for the Study fiaker, :jyr4bcrai-!-dliitj;eu3 r,f
; --it.';.- Farm Wagon. ;-'';wfw--inti-ssrtT?J
-' ' .. ..'.. ."' " ' ' -!SS -5.1
H'ghest price' paid for Walnut, Asfi Lumber, and Timber.
Office. and Yard, ; Opposite1-ih'eo:(M4L
K.,tonv01io,a?ay6,18-S-6m '.. "; .-.r.u.; ,?,-:.,t ,
J. P. HAIWU.MA.V. V. J. WlLSO.N.
A $ ftist-class Reswurant, 2 doors
n rth of the Eagle Hotel, on Bar
ren street, Eator, O., where
' A Good Square Teal, -
incliidiiig i'resli Oysters, Hot Coffee,
Sandwiches, liotU liara and Switzor,
Boiled csjrs, Cheese, Beef and Bologna,
Ham, Eggs, Ac, can be I ad at all
hours. In addition to which tf-eosey
Dinino- Room lm iust been fitted up up
stair, where partlpsdesiringto beserv-
ed to a" ' ' ' ; ''
' Quail' or Oyster - Supper .
on short nn'iee can be accommodated
on reasonable terms. Swi.zeraml Lim
bf rg a!l 'he time, Fifts Feet and Tripe.
P. S. Cash paid lor Quail, Babbits,
Squi'rels, Ac. Pop in.., ; ,
Eaton, Nov. 25, 175.- l :.
THE PARKER GUN
SCKD STAMT IOR CIRCULAR - .
3 WESTlii E R1DENCT. ;
C. . G. :SCHLENKER,
. : - .:
GOLD AN U BI hVER v
Clocks and .Jewelry!
Silver and Plated.Ware!
' 1 &c, &c, &c. ; ,
Main Street, Eaton, Ohio.
Catl and see the finest selection hi
Eato i.- - - - - -" ' -
IW All kinds of Bepairing promptly
attended to and warrautcd. . ffri . .
Eaton, April 23, 871-6m." '
checked, and baldness often," thongh
nol always, curea dv its use... iiohi-
;v For ; -restoring IttbiMl
its natural Vitality and Color? s-ia!
A d rVs 8i n g
vhiehls at once .
.! .' t - heaithy. and ef
-ser ving '.
.hail. - Waded or ,li.:vm
graij hair is toon "
with the gloss and freshness of tquth;?
Thin hair is thickened, falling hair
1UU1C1C9 axo uwaiiuj cu, ui iuo giauus -
atrophied and. decayed' But'snch ai '
remain can be saved " Tor' usefulness ' "'-"i
by thi3 application. Instead of fonl- f-'J
ing the hair with a pasty sediment!, 4fcfci m
will keep it clean and vigorous. Its
occasional -use rwjil j?rgvent-the laX i ,
from taming gray .or falling oflj ani ,
consequently prevent baldness. ., Free
from . those . deleterious . substances""
which .make some preparations dan-"1 '
geroua, and injarious to theTiairi- the
Vigor can only benefit buC not harm - -it.
If wanted merely for a,' 1 "1. "s.
nothing else can be fining so desir-t rj-J
able.' - Containing l neither: oii.:,nor,
dye, it doe3 not soit.whit ctnbrjo,wo,
and yet lasts Ion" on the iair, giving...,,
it a riclv glossy lustre and a grateful., j
perfume. - f. s: t-.iu
. Prepared by Dr. L tikfalkSfo
s FraeUcal and AnalytkdU CbemtaU,
" IXyWELS4 MASS. -. i M
t .'holeaale Manufacturers A DeiilersTiv"
1 5, V.a
" Main StreetEnfbnVOhio- :.s.s-
January 15, '74 lyi'-.1:" .."Ts-rfci vr.-'
AfaiMj ' at Law I KfikryMic
Oflice in Odd FeTrowsDniMrrf', south
west corner, up stairs." i r: .
tW Legal busrinfs tromr'y attetiiU,
ed to. ' , I . Aug. 2ft, 'IS