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EATON WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
Thursday May 9, 1872. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Religious Notice. Rev. Geo. Baughmah, of the Evan gelical Lutheran Church, will hold religious services at -the' Christian Church, on IJarroa street, iu Eaton, on Sunday next, at 3)4 o'clock." The public are respectfully invited.' "' Small Pox. The people in the country have been "very much imposed upon by the ex aggeratcd reports of this disease in Eaton. We positively state that there is not now, nor has there been, but onk case of small-pox in the town, and that is so isolated and protected that there is nut the least danger from it. Persons wishing tp come to town,- we assure them they can do so with safety. Rail Road Office. Mr. J. E- Williabi resident Engi nccr of the Lake Erie, Evahsville and South-western Rail-way has leas'ed'fhe second story room in" John Fleming's brick building, adjoining the PEagrle Jlotel," tobe used as a Rail Road OP- lice. It Avill make a pleasant one. The Prosecutions. There appears to be an impression among out: friends luiliecountryi that the late prosecutions for intoxication were" made, under; the Ordinances of the Town. : Tliis we are lad to assure our friends Ua' niistalfe.; TTha prose cutions Are commenced in the name of the State Of Ohio, and the fines as sessed go hito the Cmmon , School fund. The fact that the case have been heard before" Mayor Foos, has given rise to the impression that. the Corporation "elf Eaten was prosecuting, but - the truth is that ther Mayor'; by virtue of his office is empowered to act as Justice of" the Pcace,"and UTs in this cajwriry'lie has been hearing the rclass" of cases referred- to;;e The. CoriKH-ulitm of Eaton wash their hands of U cbm'plrcity iu.or syYnpathy with J this movement, anq waui. mepeopie to 'place ,tbc, responsibility where it properly belongs, --v. '' -1 . ? The "Vigilance Committee." The fold Massachusetts - Blue Law puritanical: pelfconptitutsd "smelling conimiUeT eta ivYiipcnta.nu.re'xan their piroc!ittfoiis to sricn-aii Sxtent as to mnkerttfiivthiiig bHt -outrageous and indecent raiistmio.v, and the result j:as been jusl as sive predicted when placed in the hands of a set of men who are fauatieal in their viewsj' auiwho will not stop to jenson cither m temperance, religion "rtr politics,," or any thing else they undertake id con irol. Fanaticism -.andi extremes arj their food. Atler.they. regulate .the drinking busine, they will -then turn their" attention- 16 ""mens 'Tenet, what. ChurciF tlieyj slralt attend, and line then if they appear on our streets on tluf Sabbath without a certain kind of prayer-boot or'1? IT Bible .ttiuUi thci r-' r ni .!I'i")iA?Twupe'rau"c(? Uet'ornf -"be! AaefXlvlnr-the- hands of , consistent and reasonable iuen,'instona of - fanatis--nen, who. liad judgment aiKl 'ditt eVimicnttd "cnoV how Tar to carry thrfi'worfc some goofa ' might Jiave bet-rt Tknej;,bnt as itwafot, not only ..the cause oftempcrance lias been injured, but the business "of the town has suffered, materially, and now the sooner. they, retire on the 'Maurcls" they have' wOn.Hlve' abetter it' Will be for .themselves and JJui t6iv n, Since the above" "was written a call for a meeting,, on next Thursday eve ning, has been handed Jts, which will be found ill I another column of t6-d:ij "s paper." As 'w understand it, the ob ject of the meeting .is. to put an eiid to persecutions on the liquor question, and at the same time enforce the law against all ; offenders, reasonably and sensibly, and. not drag men ten and twelve- mile four and five days after the supposed oftense was committed, and at a cost of fifteen or fwenty dol lars, to the victim. :The signers for this meeting are the substantial busi ness men of the town law-abiding citizens, too and are as much oppos ed, to drunkenness and rowdyism, as any of the ."reformers,? and the num ber coqld have .been swelled to hun dreds, but it was deemed nnnecessary, We hope to see a good turn out, and that wisdom and moderation may govethpj:9Piee.din?SE.i!A I - - Come to Grief. The" PERSKCtmoss of the univeraai affidavit maker, ,'the. ex-Auditor, and his confederates, the "smellers" gen erally, aided by the wise counsels of their able legal advisers, have culmi nated in grief. . There is wailing among the brethren there is a weak ening of the kuses in the, select Apos tles of the totat abstinence communion, and their Attorney's have been strick en with a moral "ccrebro spinal Meningitis.",-In" Bhort, the -great moral nuni : baa ' eventuated in " a broad farce the Committee arc dropping one by one out of the ranks, as per simmons after a sharp frost the cham pion affidavit maker goes' about the streets as a mourner, refusing to be comforted like unto Othello, his occupation ,is gone and. the Attor ney's sigh in vain over Uie ldss of cli ents who sometimes take a drink the subscribers to the great moral reform fund payeth not muchly, and the bright banner of victory is shrouded in the ploom of defeat. lu the touching language of a great modern philoso pher "it is sad." Editorial Brevities. Generally speaking—Women. "The spirit of Eaton Whisky and the "smelling committee." "Never refused Money and new subscribers at this office. Try us. The late heavy frosts have no doubt injured the fruit crop very much. The only people who really enjoy bad health are the doctors. For ,f Dolly yarden".. hats, go- to M. Stnrm's." '-.'"-, 'S-.-t "-.' - J, Hand this paper to your neighbor and tell him there is no better in tne county. '"--' : ,i- As Bro. Morris has declined being & candidate for ilavor. we nave --no further aspirations. ' " A first class fool-killer could have steady employment in Eaton for sev eral days, and benefit the town. D."M. Fleming, Esq., of the Piqua Journal was in Eaton two days. He escaped the "smelling committee." Thos. Fulton and family left on Monday morning last for a visit to Auchencrow, Scotland. ; : . - Old Ben Zine is an ; ugly fellow. Like the "smelling committee" he is continually getting, some .folks into trouble. . j '. Late hours are apt to lead either to the penitentiary ' or-7-m'atrimony;-1- Think of this, young men, and avoid them. Since the appointment of the "smell ing committee Lager beer has gone down rapidly we mean down the throats of its votaries. Something .new For the same per son that arrested a criminal to offer to go 011 his bond when he pleads not gu ilty I For particulars enquire of the smelling committee." .. Air. JUORKis exuimtea considerable anxiety that we ' should attend the fnnefal of the Republican partyon the 1st of May at Cincinnati. We did nt consider onrself a inowruer.-- . - -J.Wi Can a man hold the office of Audi tor and Treasurer both at the same time? " This is a little mformationthat a great many tax-pi-yers of the county jre asking for. We think not. The Assessor has been orouiKl stick-' iiif his nose iritc nconlos business. But he lias a right to.' That is "the 1 difference between him and the self constitnted "smelling committee." . " . Dr. Jos. S.. Stefhexs, a native of this place, but who for the last twenty years has been residing in the Louisa na, is home on a visit. He looks as if the Southern clime agreed with him. friend ot ours savs Ave certainlv owe either the late treasurer or . tne "Goosc'an .apology. . With all due deference for our "absquatulated" tax receiver, we ask the pardon of the "fowl." Is it-legal for a man to be Auditor, Treasurer, Revenue Collector, Far mer, "smelling committeeman,", draw pension, copyist for the Assessor and then ask to be appointed Deputy Marshal. ; AVe know one Libcnl Republican from Eaton that -was delighted with the-result' of the Cincinnati Conven tion, so ruueh so that he. forgot to get off when he arrived at home, and went On to Richmond! ! Our Columbus Orator, Miller, has been adm.tlcd to practice in the U. S. Court." It Is supposed his first effort will be "a twelve' hours oration to the Cardiff Oianf, unless he can succeed in "boring, him-tnrough 1n less time. How would it be to have our streets sprinkled? Would it not change the appearauce of our show windows and keep articles that arc constantly ex posed, free from dust ? and be good for unprotected eyes? . , , s :' In Boston,, a "total abstinence so ciety" is started for "total abstinance from meddling in other - people's af fairs." Eaton appoints a "total ab stenance" committee to "smeH"':irifo other peoples affairs. That's the dif ference between Boston and Eaton. Small-pox" is supposed to be most contagious . - during -convalescence, therefore, .strictly observe that the pa tient does not mingle with the family until all the scabs arc' entirely off, and only after a thorough purification by waslung and entire clialige of cloth-? ing. j ' ; ' .;.;''.' ; ' , Despite all the complainings of the croakers, we believe that the fruit prospect is good. ',: The backwardness of the spring season prevented early development , of fruit-bearing trees,; and according to all past experience the indications are- decidedly favorn hie for an abundance of all kinds of fruit. - .. .- Local item market quiet. We quote "matched and dispatched" as ruling steady.. Owing to.the vigilance of the "smelling committee" the "benzine department" is dull. Weather fluctu ating. Dry Goods "measurably" brisk, the sales" being mostly transacted in yards. ' 'r ' ' " When a steady, well-behaved young man . is .seen .shaking hands with pump, and bidding it an affectionate good-night, or -murmuring "Poor old Corbison Robscrew," there may be a faint apprehension that he has been taking something, and the "smelling committed should be' aronnd. ' ', F 7 The fruit trees ave now in full bios som, adding beauty and freshness to the yards and gardens, and giving in dications of an abundant yield of de licious fruit.' Indeed, the whojc coun try just now presents a very beautiful ... .1 1 r- .1 appearance ; ine green neias, ricn 10111- age, fragrant flowers, and warbling of birds combining to make Nature wear 3,ts most cheerful and lovely aspect Charity. In these troublesome times of "vigi lance committees," when everybody eeems to be severely .criticised, and fault-finding one with another has become so prevalent, it has recently occurred to us quite frequently that the practice of the best of all christian virtue charity is being sadly neg' Iectetl. We need to cultivate more the spirit of toleration one for anoth er there are n- ue of us but what are liable to err. It is all wrong, and in the: Bible sense wicke'L for any man to claim special divinity, and set him self up as having divine authority to judge of other men's motives and ac tions. We must accord to every man the same right we demand for our selves, if wo claim to be honest and sincere in our temperance, in our po litical or iu our religious, views, we must also acknowledge' the. honesty and sincerity of those who differ with us, however erroneous their; views may be.'.' Should we desire to correct the errors of our fellow-man, we must first appeal to his reason and convince his understanding, and this can-be done more easily and the. end accom plished sooner aud better by the use of-niild and' persuasive means than by any other. What we most need is toleration and charity for each other; we cannot in the very nature of things all see alike, but if we were all more folly , inspired 'and filled , with this hcaveu-bom, soul-cheering principle of charity for1 each' other, we' would not see so much of this spirit of fault finding in our midst, but a new and different state of affairs would exist, the trials and Borrows of life would be softened in its melting sunbeams new and blissful era would dawn upon our race, and pure and undefined religion would then be honored and glorified. Envy, jealousy and revenge would hide their heads, slander and persecution would : be unknown, sec tarian walls would crumble in' the dust, and we would become one Uni ted and harmonious people. - ' Temperance Meeting. There will be a Temperance meet ing held at Eldorado on Sunday next. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and in the evening at 1 o'clock. Addresses will be made by A. S. Matlack, W: C. Bamhart, Winfield Freeman and Levi Risinger. All are invited. Public Meeting!! OF ALL THE CITIZENS OF EATON. A call fur s public meeting to be held at the Court House. In Kalon, Tbcssdat evening. May 9th, 1872, for the porposeof giving a full expression of the diKasteroun effects upon our trade and business bronchi on liy a few extreme men,-which Is ealcn- luted to rto ttie, prosprrlly of our town and those engaged In trade, groat Injustice and pecuniary loss, especially those of us who have laid in' our Spring Stock of goiMls, and have- our rents and con- ingeut expense, Ac. to pay. At the same lime we claim to be law abiding citizens, and are in favor of carrying out the true intent of the law against intoxication that is, when a man is found Intoxicated aud disturbing the peace In a boister ous, or other Indiscreet manner, then we say ar rest him and punish him as the law designates In such eases. - - - - - ; -Names. Names. O. H. EIDSON, . . C. W. LOCKWOOD, JOSEPH WOEBNER. BUNL A P D A SRA6H, WINTERS HILL, WM. MOORE, B.K.81MPLE, r . art. jjfccai. . M. KILBERT, W. KELLY, ALITXANDES, li. F. IilOKWOOD. OEX D. HKNDKiCKS JOH If HOLL)EBMAN, MORRIS bTURSl, H. B. VANAISDAI,, L.O. OODLD, . - tSKILKS&ALBAUGH. Council Proceedings. Katon, May 6, 1872. Council met iu session at Council Chamber. Members present, J. H. Foos, Mayor, W. H. Ortt, Clerk; Messrs. Deem, Thnm, Vanansdal and Klilson, Councllmen. Conn- ell called to order ny his honor tlie Mayor. Mln- ,,Uu nrnnvinumeetlnir read and approved, after which the following bills were preaen ted .examined allowed, and Issued for each as follows: Jeremiah Simpson, 7 days, service as San- ltor Police, and 1 11. Chloride Lime, Robinson. Chambers & Co., SSS feet Pine T ... h.r a r iinr hundred 7.70 47,81 16,05 Joscnb Nation. 21 k days service as i davs service as Street Commissioner, at 82,2operaay. - -M. H.AldrluU A Co., 73ii Gallons Gasoline W. A. Olcavrland, Vltclier Olass for Connrll room, - -K-Wels, awarded the contract of bullrttntc fonci-around lot adjotnln Town Hall - baHillns iurniabiiiH material tc- at Si 1,00 cents ur root. Including; sates . Hv.iii.v Ri. -Tliat.- Whereas, John Barnhart. of t..i.. ft..wh.l,l mnA UftKtlB KRndla of Aonroe township, Prehle oounty. O.; visited Katon on the 2tu oi April ano on or aoun uw n wi , i 1M7S, said Barnhart Handle were arrested and broiia-tit to Katon and fined In oar Police Court in I Intoxicated and In order to save, as they were ad vised, trouble and expense, paid saia noes. . .i i.A i, rPthnr d .jm i7it. Th.L this Coun cil reimburse said Barnhart fc Bundle, in lull for )uBt and Illegal, and greatly I the prosperity and trade of c of Mr. Thnm, the . above rei HMAintlnn vu received nnr tYiwn. on motion i n,i ..inn.nl on mntfnii of Air Thum tnat tne Marnr Instruct the Marshal to Ulsoontlnne th use Office Board of Health. Raton. Mar 7. 187s-At meeting ot tne soara or i Health on this (lav it was Rr.80t.viiD, That wiiereas mocn excitement in rerrrence to the orevulence of Small Poa, In our Village at this time. W therefore take UU oc casion of saylnit that there has been several cases of Varioloid, all of-wMen hv cecovereo. mat there is now only one case. . oi onuu r . . n nri Mini rmi M'm. m IM finnvllffscellt. We r., v-r .w, rh. Kim.rr1 baa caused Isolation in this case to oe so completely mw. of contagion now exists. S. H. RUBRELL, Dr. J. B. WE XII. .- I)r. P. M.9M ALL, . ' IJr. A. H. STKPHEN8, .I T. f'UAMHERS. Kaa. May 9, 1872, wl.- W. K. H. B. MiSOB, Oik FREE OF CHARGE. Call at J. P. Brookins & Sons' Drug ein.. ir.ornii Oriin. antl o-et a eamDle bottle of lr. A. iiosunee s uerman oyriip frke of charge. It has lately been in- trodiiced in this country from Germany, onrl fnr nnv nerson suneniie wini n b- vere cough, heavy cold settled on the breast, consumption or any disease of the throat and lungs it has no equal in the n.-nriri fr rctilar sized Domes ta UUS. In all cases money will be promptly re turned if perfect satistaction lsnot tvcii. Two" doses will relieve ny case. Try it. February 1, 1872, lyr. ' ' '- ' MARRIAGES. At: rr. 'residence of the' bride's father, 6n the 5th inst., by Abraham .Yonce, Mr. .iibk...W. Kixsey;- . to Miss Ada J. Fudge,' all of this county. ''Accompanying the above notice was a lare-e sized pound cake, beautifully and rnct-pfnllv decorated, for which kind rcmemberance of the printer, the happy Gounle have our best wishes for a pleas ant and cheerful journey down the rug- sred pathway of life, and we trust they may never know a less happy moment than the one which pligntea wieir iaiin. May their lamps of life burn Drigntiy, As tne years ron uuo uy "i And their golden wedding dawn, Brightly as the one begun. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R. RAILWAY LINE. Passenger Trains win ran on this fioad, leaving the several Stations as follows j Upward Trains. Downward Trains .Mail Tbaix liitii A.. M. Cincinnati 7.45 Hamilton 8.45 Seven Wile 9.0-2 G'olliusvllle 9.11 SomerTllle S.18 Camden S.2H Barnet'a 9.86 Eaton ,..,.v4 8.54 New. Hope 10.03 Florence.... 10.10 WestviUe . 10.17 D.ft W. Junction. . .40.29 Arr. at Blchmond r. 10 Jib Mail IE aib li 1TI Rlchmod T).A w. Junction. WestvlUe...., Florence .......... New Hope.i,,; Eaton Baruet'g . . . . . . . : . Camden .. . .-. Sotner vlUe...i; Coillnsvllle........ Seven Mile .. P. V -..e.Nt ..(.55 . 7.04 ..- .11 -.7.18 ..7.24 ..r.4 . j.5i .8.10 ..8.37 Arr. at Cincinnati '. MtliS .g.5!S Chicaoo Exrs'a p.m. Chicago Expb'b. a.m. Klchmoud ;.:.15 p. W. Junction js.iO estville.............ti.ti9 Florenee t.M New Hope .n Eaton 6.S2 Barnefs 7.1S Camden 7.19 Somerville .'....7.39 ColllnsVllle 7.38 Seven Mile 7.47 Hamilton 8.07 Cincinnati Cincinnati. 7.00 Hamilton 8.03 .- 8,il ...:... 8.3S ......8.49 8.nR ., 9.18 s.e B.X4 Seven Mile . coutnsviiie.. Somerville Camden ....... Harriet Eaton New Hope r lorence vvestville .9.41 ..0.53 .10.00 D. W. Junction Blchmond I. WILLIAMS. Ass't Suot. ' "UPM Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis RAILROAD. PAN-HANDLE ROUTE. CONDENSED TIME CARD. CONDENSED TIME CARD. RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION. DECEMBER 3d, 1871. GOING NORTH. I X", 8 I Ko. 1Q. Cinclnnatl,.. I 7,45 a. m. 7,00 p. m. Riphmnnrt, ... . - .. .. 10..rv0 a. ni. I0.0. p. m. Hatjerstown, .. 1 1133 a. m. ln.oj, p. m. New Castle, 1 ii.10 p. m. Il.n p, ta. Anderson, l.l.s p. m. 12,20 a. in. Kokomo . . p. m. 2.00 a. m. Loganaport,... - 1 4.15 p.m. 3.20 a.m. La Crosse, 1 6.40 p m. 5.2r. a. m. Chicago, 9.4S p. ni. 8,10 a. m. GOING SOUTH. I No. I. I Ko. a. Cb iragn....., Ia Crosse, I 7.4S p. m. I 8.00 a. m. iogansport Kntumo . ) LM a. m. ( .00 a. m. 1 10.4 n. 10. 1 p. in J.23 ;.. m. 4.10 p. m. Ii.10 p. in. t.to p. m. .80 p, ta. p. m. Anderson, .p Castle a. m. 4.49 a. ni. S.18 a. m. iJA a. Mi. Huicerstown,.MI Ricnmond,..H Cincinnati I M , m. No. 8 arrives State Line at .M P. M and No. 10 at 8.10 A. M. tio. 10 leaves Chicago Dally Satarday. Ail other Trains start Dally, Dally, except except CONDENSED TIME CARD. Columbus and Indianapolis Division. GOING WEST. I Ko. .2. 1 Ko. Pittsburgli....... 8.00 p. m. 1.45 hv-jbi f- 9.0ir. m. ColumbtiH, 1.00 p. m. 1 10.10 a. m. .oo p. m. Milford Center. 2.08 p.m. 11.21'a. iiv,- 7.17 p. m. TTubana 2.52 p. tn. li.08 p. m. 8.07 p. m. Plqua p. ni. 1.14 p.m. fl.18.p-m. Brailord Jun-., 4.2.p. in. ls p. m. 9,.vi p. m. Oreenvile ....... 4.56 p. ni. 2.2.- p. m. H1.21 p. in. Kiclunond .. b.lf. p. ni. 3.25 p.m. 11.31 p.m. Cambridge, C 8.52 p. in. 4.03 p. m. 12.15 a. m. Knlhtstown.. 7.38 p. ni. .4.16 p.m. 1.01-a.m. Indianapolis S.oap. m. 6.10p,m. 2.30 a.m. GIONG EAST. I .No. 1. 1 uf. I .No. .. Indianapolis... 8.45 a. m. 1 10.25 a. m. 6.15 p. m. Knlphtstown , 4.53 a. m. 11.42 a. m. 8.14 p. m. Cambridge HM- 5.32 a. hi. j 12.15 p. m. 9.10 p. ui. Riclunouit... -6.10a.im.f 1.24 p.m. 0..8 p. m. Greenville...... 7.01 a. m. S. 5 p, m. 10.51 p. ra. Bradford Jun, 7.45 a. 111. I 8.00 p. m. 11. 3o p. m.. Plqua.. 8.09 a. ai. J S.-J5 p. in. 1 11.57 p. m Urbana B.I0 a. m. I 4.27 p. m. I 12.57 p. m. Milford, Cen't 9.51a. in. 5.H p.m.) 1.S9 a. m. Coin m Iras....... 11.00 a. m. I 6.25 p. m. f 2.45 a. tn. Plttsbugh, 6,45 p. m. ) 2.20 p. m. I 12.00 111, Nor: S nnd 7 run Dallv: All othor Train a Dullv. V 31TERS, Gvb. Pus k. Ticket As't. Jnnaary 3d,-1872-ly; t. 2 THE S"Y1tIPTOMS T.lvr Complaint are un eanfneas and p!n tn'tht a W.fsiaWaiVatlM pains are in thi. hoof- dr.an(! is mfsiaken for k rhRumattm. The storu sHLWff ftcB is affectea with loss Of appetiUi ana sometimes alternating Witu tax. The brad Is trou oeiit ana sicKiiKStt. bowels in eenemi costive. bled witn pain, ana ami, Heavy sensation, eonsia nhlp loss of memory, accompanied with painful sensation m nr.viiiv ten undone something that IT -TAJ' K 1 Often complaining ol low spirits, sometimes many of the above sym tomR Attpnd the disease. auU at oiuer times very few of thrm; but the liver is generally the organ most involves vure van liver with ' '. , - , nit. nijmtiojyis LIVER REGULATOR. PUKPARATIOX OP TtOOTS AND HERBS. warranted to be strictly vetretable, and can do no Injury to anyone. It has been used by hundreds and known for the last thirty-five years as one of the most reliable, efficaclons and harmles prepara tions ever offered to the sufferimr. . If taken regu- lar;y ann pers"tentiy, U Is Sure to cure ' - Jaundice, co s t i Teness, iREG'JLATCf tbe wadder. amp d. Anterv.ialfections of tba eDterv.!alTections ot tba fctdneys. fever, nervoua ness, cbrlls, diseases ot skin, Impurity of the blood, melancholy, or depres sion of spirits, heartburn, colic, or pains in the Knirciitoin in tVkA hpjid. favcr and ajrue. drowT. i. n ': . .1 Unka airkmn- avtsrl a a female affections, and bilious aiseases generally. . For sale by J.IH.Ze!lin& Co.. Send lor a Circular. . BmgKists, M..con, Gs, Prlcesi; by maul.. ana O Arau , FOR SALE BY I l'hiladaiphuu Brookins & son, Eaton. August ai, 187l-y. ' EVERYMAN HIS OVsNfrlYSlCIAW CAUTION- YTtIC immense aemand lor HOLIOWATB Vtl.lH and OINTMENT, ha temptea unprmti- pled parties to counterfeit these vaiuaoie wwi- In order to protect the poolie and oowItc. wt have issuea a new i lane .v" i vf in Kirj-ptian circle of a sejpent, with ,heI,,ei,e.iY,s PiLt.8 and Ointment will have this trade mark on It; none arearennlne without U. . . Johw D. Fabk, Cincinnati, Ohio, sole Agent for V.Han T .np PW Y OTK tne state. HOUSE & SiGH PAINTERS, GRAINEES AND GLAIZEES, Donaboes Building, np Staira, Main Street. . taton, Ohio. Mixed Palsa, Oils. Putty. Glass. 4 c., in quantities to suit purcnasers, tor :v lul-j,. Feb. 16, li72.-tf. --? Wanted! 1 ' waLaui mm The "Excelsior School Seat Manufac turing Company" will pay , &0 Cash pep XVX. FOB FROM 0OOO to 200,000 Feet -. OF Green Valnut Lumber, sawed Hr inches thick, to be delivered at their Lumber Yarcl in Katon. "WM. BUOOEE, Secretary. Eaton, February, 22, lS72.-tf. NEW THIS WEEK. I I 1 1 . 1872. 1G72. have just Completed '' . ' ' ' '' '' ' r" ' - '---'; ( Hits' OUR' These Goorlf arc niBdc with tli view of ottering to the public - CLOTHING WELL MADE!! --AT THE SAME COST And in many instances lowr than Eas- :-- . . . tern made.. k . ; . , All Goods SHRtTNEl Be. FORE MAKIITG-. r can gnecial attentioir to my Stock of r , PI -such as PLAIN AND FATTOY RSSIMERE Clxevoits, TVleltons, Dla.50na.I3 L(DTJ &c, &c, sScc. In all the latest shades and styles ORDEB WOBIC.; for ALSO, -AND Furnishing Goods. Call and examine Goods before buying as I am determined this Spring to offer such inducements, as will secure the trade of every body. J. WOERNERx Baron street, Eaton, O. Third door door of Main street East side. April 11, 1872,-yr.i DAMP A KM EE GOODS af g , - -. - - 1 V) t - - - ' ' j - - j 5 BUY THE BEST ! Kndx'S Practical " " WASHING MACHINE) AND CLOTHES WRINGER; A HEALTH PItKHERVER! A TIME SAVtB! r .- A STKENOTH SAVER ! SOAP Alfl FTJJ5L SAVER f HTKAM Ap A IN AuJCAT, KfThe advatitAK(s bf tins roacuin3 are . It is small. It docs not Blop: can be 1 carpeted roonu. 2. It in ensilv worked: m. ekild of ten vemra xa' operate tne Washer. , :t. tt secures ail thewWI kiioWn bnefHs of nilM puds b'llllne hot. No boiling of rotb required . 4. TtHre"lH.much le weAr to tbe arufttJUlnU ' there is wherf friction m applied. - . . known, th nrice-cfttmot stand lo thvwuy of, any. s. 11 ih fTiK'iip: ho cut-Hp iijivt wneiT iw vamp i inz t iiu"chaert one,. 6. 11 do 0e wble woflt wahmr. rlirsmer z m nu'cna'r! one. , . , 7. The Wrlnfcwr HwelF-adjotifitT.1 nod U ewM v.fV : fwrittRifMr any article of rUaUiln from., iHut.ci-i ' ' r'. iar to the heveC beU-Qpn w: . . y. -; ' i ' -.rj-" W'c the n nr,rrttricd, Darlnf ( tM trtic-teiw f -A of Knox's Prnctlcai Wiwslnng Machine and C Unlit t Wringer, inkehlMUtnre In rrommpnrtinp It o the publtf. As a IhiJoiaTlng-niRVlilne It tur Hurbxamem c.--anything of t!ie fclnd we have erer kd; while It a r workn no Injury to the clothe, but 'cleans them In. ' f the quickent and simplest manner fvoeAlhle. Any . ordinary washing can be done in from two t three nonrs.anu tne is noiuing oomjwToa louiHt necessary by ahv tfther irjodnl We cnni!deTit tbj moiit perfect of all the Washing Machine crwt': brought to oor noticov ,-. , . Mrs. H. J. M'LAUGHLIN, " M K. RTtfifl K INS.. !, Vf I T"H TTTCTIVli J MARY WAGGOtfS&vX " Dr. STEPHENS. - r " Wm. BKOOKE. r f , . JACOB OilRlSTMAJ.r fid A NTH ON V VnST " it. B. VAN AUSDAi. LEVI WYATT. - a lly cam rBELtiijr;:: .'. for further lnlormatlon. address. 1 "' !;champiow;.!;;, Washing Xema, Ohio, ' Vhn' .nt nnmnrMl In nimlah MafhlnS mi Snort notice, at wiiofpsale ana retail. Bas-TEBRITOT i t.' roii sale. v-piifTY aokSts Vantid.. t: G. Waggoner, Agent v .. Marco M, 18t(u. SilUS. UUI i ,3----: New Manxifactory .'. " : ;;; -or- ;-'-li;;-.V SADLERY; AHD -T aif - ji t Jolm Ruppcl taTxfc ; ;" " HAS OPKNKD A v SADDLE & r EABNESS ."SHOP n.J(T in the North Koom of ' ,.. ODD FELLOWS' EU.tf.KV - . - . OK CHERRY- 9TRKET fc : DE3A.T035T, OEt3 a And proposes to do all kind of work la-'' 1 - his Jlne, la the '' Verv Best and Latest ; Style, v Call and Examine TVorkj. if.- Eaton, Feb. 16, 1872-6n - - :- ' .. AT - ' " RESSLE R'S OLD StAK Dh K ester &;Laiig(5 Carriage, 'Buggy .:. . and, ; : r -; ; ' ; ' v Svring Jl"agoi . . MantLfactory " rv.t TUoy would call the attention of their frteuHs audi .i.. thf public generally to examine their ': . NEW. STOCK Of Carriages, Buggies c. -v - Before nurcbRrtnselhere. ' Spe'dai attention paid to Repairing, . WI lVork Warranted -: ps-CiVFE US A CAJAZmt - V Kll Febrnan-5. lB7a-yrl - . - 7-- l 111 ML, Y GROCEIIIIZS i SUITERS & HlLt? Tuvite attention to their tacltf of; FA- ii. v gkockries and fbodccb, of wrhlcl. they keep a full and compiecestocis a f their old stand on ' ' 1 . ' " ttaron- Street JEatonQi. I TXT A.Hn; mirnnivPR triat UT e.Alt ' Sell as low as any otlier house ia town, and.; will keep always on hand the. best brands . Of - " - --- li -L;-L i- .'Ji.vata.'" PROVISIONS, VEOKTABI.IU5, uaui ,. Bl'ICES, .. TEAS. .' ' COFFKE. - BAIHI7TS, , FAMItY FLO UK, fcORS BBAt- PICK Ac " , . - . .'ALSO-, !: Salt "by i tlte 'BarreLv The patronage or the public i swioiteo. 1 Jan 11. 187i y 1. - -. - An entire New Stock of -j.a DBTTOS DTK 8TT7FFH, -' .A-U fAlJUl T atiun. , i , .GAL PUIlPOSEls.. . O T HT.tttt X DONOHOE'S DBi OPPOSITB THE 'POST - POST OFFICE. H ; The Hianaftement under the control of Wm.Ti Hubbell, favorably know u for oyer twenty yeanras a reliable and care fol Drnggfst". Hla oia cnatomera and new ones will be waited on at all hours, day or night with great pleasnre.- ' i Prescriptions CakMT'U.y Compojttks J , Donohoe J k ;CO",,: Eaton, Jan. 4 1872 mtt , -. , '. :.c, j. iu atriNjf.. -1.., s. j. Wis EATON STEAM ELEVATOR; GRAIN DEPOTS Highest JIarliet yJFrice ..''--1 JRAIN.AND SEED! ...... tro? .AU. V-IUDS- r . - ' Krom their lornt exnerletWttiey rlaltrt to otirtcr a.a.'S UiV bi'lneJ; au'd to be able thereby to tarrj 1' V.r.ii ... . hir a.-axbaiwe. west of lUilsesat fnritters. Kepot. P.S. The IHftlT CASH PKICJS'PAID FOlt . I.BAP TOH.ca:u jl .J BSCOKATIVE. .1 ,.. AND ' ,. . PLAIN PAINTER. " Paper Jlanging : . 8-Kxecuted with Neat new anrt l)lspatcl..- Office, m MisonV BnLmsrt, ODDOsite the Court House, ' & VTV- Cbrrip Glossing Maiblinpiaining a