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Thursday . i V . . Jff ?Jun3.6t 1871 LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Notice! After thisjweek, all notices of Fes tivals, Temperance Meetings,LiCctnres, Ueligious notices, Entertainments, &c, "Will be charged half price for their insertion iu the "Deni ocrat.". If that don't suit the parties interested, they can go unpublished. " We are publish ing a, paper for a'ljviiig; advertising is a branch 'of our business,' and every type -that, is Bet . costs money, and it would be just as . reasonable to go to the Carpenter, the Blacksmith, or any other mechanic, and ask. him to dp a job for nothing,H8 to exp'ect the editor of a paper to IriseVt A batch of special notices gratuitotisly every week. There is too much of this kind of work done by country newspapers for their own good," and, the; sooner they, adopt, the same rules that govern other mecjian ics and laborers, the better it will be for thein."- This rule will be strictly adhered to, and we-would be pleased to "hear 'that our iicis'libors of the "Register" .will.join with us. Attempted Assassination. SamuelTV'eirick', who hasheen liv- . " T-1 I 1" . ing arouna Jon,usviue, luumguiin-ij county,, was arrested in Eaton on Sun davr feveninjr- last, upon a .warrant charging him with shooting "Win. II Coffman, witli intent to kill. Mr Coffman resides on his farm about 3 miles; East' of Eaton, on tho Dayton turnpike.. "'A'sisteivpf Ins was married toAVeirickomely ears" ago, but from somecustllcy;' separated'; and are still living-apart. t 'Weidt k charges Coffinaii as the cause of his wife i-efu- smg to Ycmain . witn. mm, ana report nays has roa'dorso'me,, "throats against him on' this' accohnt.j- On last Satur dajrjct'cnjiig i'lr C,;crct ntjied-' ft'om Dayton after dark, and while ijiTliis stable attending to,his borsss. received a "Shot in his back. from a pistol, the bafl passing around his ' hip bone, es cipng iu front and lodging in his cftat oirfey-ls- toritimately- net nlaiVgeVbusi The fact that Weiriuk was seen loit ering around"tJi&premi.spe early in the evening, tpgether''w;itli.Lotbcr suspic ions cTurai.ces.w'asi-Rufflcient cause f&i iiis' arresvt' ?lio waived an examiiiatfcji wud'his'bpnft was placed at $1000, vkIttiU glV'e, he was put wiuier clltfte"' Sheriff to await his trial.-'. nwriMr ...- .- Eaton High School Commencement. ; On last Friday afternoon the city Hall was. crowded to" its utmost capa city standing room 'and all by au Audience which had, assembled to wit ness ,tle CCFOmoiiies ;of, the .first Com mencement celebrated by the "Eaton Jligh SelropU" Aniom tUi exigent audience, c'r 'one .more 'fair to look upon, dcrtamly never taet together on Any occasion ,in .Eatoit. o " tf: r .r Under the management of W. C. Bark-hart,' ' Superintendent ' of the UBloif SchffotraJsiifCsS byMiss.UKS, the Principal' of the" High School, the 4 exercises ' commenced :at 2 o'clock, P. and. were -carried out in strict ac cordance with tlWpublishcd program me; which -was as-follows '.v., .--Ofigirial: Oiaticn--Xiive for aj Pur pose Emma E. Tizzard. Original " Oration ThcT -Morning Daw us Y'm. A. NeaL , Original Oration The "World's - Triiiitv Frank- G Thompson. Original Oration, (with Valedicto ry The'Giiiding Star-f-Eddic V.Wor lel. . .". "'" ' .Baccalaureate Address Judge W. .T. (lihuore. ' Pj-eseutatioii " of 'Diplomas Supe-rintendeiit- - ., - The opening prayer was made by llev. Mr. Cassct. The Orations, de livered by the young Ladies and Gen tlemen, were creditable iu every- sense 'of the'sWord ; 'as"cpmpV3sitions they were'' correct, and in good taste, the respective subjects were handled with good judgment and good sense, and the manner of delivery was better than couldhave been reasonably ex pected of persons of their age. ' - Judge Gilmore did not pretend to confine ..himself strictly within the limits' of a. "Baccalaureate Address," as understood in ' olden ' institutions, but took advantage of the occasion to give a condensed history of the orig inal establishment anl the gradual rise and progress of the "Eaton Union Schools,-" to he present point of per fection which tehaye reached. lie did not' hesitate Jo prbnpunce the Ea ton Schools equal to any in the State, and commended them to the confidence of -the pexiplc-at home and abroad. He earnestly urged" tipon all "our- people the necessity of their hearty co-rppera- tiori with the Officers and Teachers of the Schools, in prder to advance them to a still higher and more useful posi tion than that which they now occu py. He closed with a short congrat latory 'address to the Graduating Class. After a short and appreciative ad dress the Diplomas were presented by the Superintendent. The ' music throughout, vocal and instrumental, was excellent. The benediction was pronounced by Bev. Mr. Haight. Thus closed one of the most pleas ant and enteriaining exhibitions that it lias "ever been our good fortune to witness. May the future commence ments of the "Eaton High School" be as entertaining and successful as this " A thing that lpoks good these warm days is "Mike" coming up our stairs with a xiccc of clear and pure ice for our pitcher. "We drink water ! Editorial Brevities. Paper collars Wilting. Fine weather for gettinghjzy.'l "The Radicals, begin to feel like 'tear ing their Schurz. '''".'t.i'Z-.'..''. See Time Table ftrt? change' iii Hail Road. We bad a splendid rain on Saturday night last. ; -....... I Scream The Ice Cream resbrts of this place are in full blast. , '7'" ' Our town is unusually quiet at pre sent, and Very few '.items of local in terest are to be found. ,It,ii.a.nicothing; tq.bo so gqod a CllltClilli L J 1 (t L. KJU uic a nisi tiaoa Radical.-.'-:,-,-- - - -,-. ,i i :- ' -. w sifv. ; Arrivals C. Morbus and B. Com plaint have arrived in town. They are closely related to Cucumber. Every evening , our pavements are thronged with the youth, beauty and f a? hi pri of our t cwra-1 o en j py ; ,t b e cob I breeze and a pleasant promenade. Dolly Varden neckties for gentle men have appeared. Our devil says, a Dollv Varden around one's neck isn't bad to take. He knows. Early to bed makes .bright eyes, clear complexion, rosy cheeks,. quick blood, active brain, and that sign of all industrv early rise.' '" Lewisburg is imprpving. Vfc was there the other day.; ', Our. ."absquatu lated" Treasurer as out at his 'roost' and we failed tp meet hh pleasing ceuntenaucc. ;., "It was sad." , It is said that sandal-wood fans will be much in fashion'this season. Our devil thinks- scandal-wood fans would bo. thetproicrrnnuip.or .to bg, used fn tins place. lie's personal. - The Pic-nic which came off in Pot- trir,' grove near Cairtdeii", tHi SiitU urday last; was a success,:ivbt withstan ding the rain and -worms. We learn itfiadhe. intention, o repeating it .at tho same place, on Saturday, Juno lo. The." flies are getting ready for biz. There wilL.bc-just thirteen . million more this summer than last. Bald- headed nicu can keep them off by an- iioiuting the apex of their cranium with molasses. .". " -. ' . .... .' .' ' : It is. hard to pull a piip from the teat of its mother, and harder to. pull one of the" fellows who wear Grant's cpllar frpm the Government teat. We have several at .flic county teat, that Will die mighty hard.- i Judging from the promiscuous man ner in which we ooscrveu a accK or cards fluttering to the breeze, the oth er evening, from a second story win dow, a game of uchre must have been suddenly interrupted. ' The County Treasurer's office is now open for the receit of taxes. One branch of it is im' "pigeon hill," near Lewisburg. This " part of Jt-was in : Eatoail'Jew daj'sagp fpr tbq purpose of supply ing" liinisel t witli lix'Teceits, &c, for biz iip in that locality. Young ladies : who ' promenade' our streets these balm.ly dajrs on the plea that they "are out to take the sun," must hot 1)6 ' understood' as referring to thatglpjious orb "w.ljich gives light by day." .." It'sNspnie'"m6thers son" tlreyare after.'.-; ?", t . ! y vj.;.? The admiuistmtion is supported in Pennsylvania by only four daily pa pers,- and of these, three .editors hold Federal offices. .- j -r fa- D -! One by one the preen leiw-ea wltlier, - ' -- tirowing lulr every tiay; -. . t. ' One by one the office-holders . -Steal tlie l'uiicls and ruu away., . , . TImj copious rains; that have fallen in . this latitude during tho past few. days have added materially the aspect of all crops but more especially to the com crop which has but recently been planted and which iu many instances has just made its appearance above ground. ' "' Camden is a gay town. In getting off there the other evening we felt highly honored at the large delegation at the Depot to welcome us! But. imagine our level when friend whis pered in our ear that the population, (like Eaton) turned out at the arrival pf .every, train I ;"We called on our friends Daiiser and' Murphy and had our spirits "rejuvenated" from their founts of every blessing ! There is no "smelling committee" in that burg! A very provoking error occurred in the Dramatic communication from Camden, in last week's issue, in which Mrs. W. B. Marsh was made to appear as a "Beast," when there was no such character in the play, and doing her an injustice when a deserved compli ment was paid for her personation of the "Maid." Our correspondent was not to blame, and we hope the lady will be satisfied with the correction. Over twenty years ago an enterpri sing owner of some land near our Cemetery, obtained, permission from the road Commissioners to move his fence six feet into the road for the purpose of planting a hedge.' Any one can see how that hedge blooms and blossoms! He .is now uioviiir his fence six feet further in the road for the purpose of planting, another hedge! Sue1! enterprise .ought to be encouraged! . .'. ;.,.' -4 In spite of the oddity. of the Dolly Varden dresses, they are slowly mak ing their way into favor with the la dies. While standing- in front of our office a few evenings ago we noticed a lady going by "done up" in one of them, and we declare it was just enough to give a man the delirium tremens to look at it. The material of which the dress was made had sun flowers and cabbages and pumpkins worked all over it, and a lot of snakes squirming around for a back ground. Decoration Day. 'The ceremony of decorating the graves of the soldiers was celebrated in Eaton on Thursday the 30th tilt. The procession formed in front of the Court House ut 2 o'clock, and headed by the "Eaton Cornet Band," marched to our Cemetery, where the exercises consisted iu prayer, . singing, music and the delivering of a very appropri ate and interesting address, by Geo. W- Wilsox, which was listened to with nio.-e tiiau usual interest. The strewing with flowers the i;T;wes f the soldiers was done in the usual and customary nianncr by young children, who were neatly and tastefully attired for this sad and yet pleasing duty to the honor and memories of those who died in what they no doubt, consider ed a holy cause. The floral display was beautiful, and the parade decided ly as creditable as any ever gotten up on a similar occasion, and all returned home, no doubt thinking their obliga tions and their duty to the dead and their widows and orphans had been nobly and generously performed. Eaton "Register" Sensational! After, the style and manner of the Eaton Eegi.ster, we announce a terri ble domestic trajredv : Job Smidgins, rcsidinr in the vil lage of Sodom brained his wife Mary. Ann witli a th fee-! egged stool. The cause of this sad affair was jealousy. Job accused his wife with being too intimate with her Shepherd, the Evan- geJicat rbenezer Trott. Report savs Job's suspicions were too well found ed. "We"" learn 'further that Smiggins is in jail, that brother Trott will be mildly reproved and the lield of his laboi'Jcfiaiiged. to the pleasant; and heatfliy village of Gomorrah ! jAsf we'have said hundreds of times, the- above fearful tragedy is another wariuug'to-the dram drinker. Wc would.a thousand times sooner be Job Smiggiiis,Ebenezer Trp.tt, or the mar. tyred vMary; Ann, than deal in liquid damnation ! X Better your daughter's or your sister's virtue be .sacrificed, than to be seen enteriug one of these caves of "Bclzebub ! ! The murderer, the bigh-wayman, the incendiary, the 'irate or the Pope, are Angels of light when compared with the saloon-keep er!! : In conclusion we remark, that we stand prepared to prove all and every assertion over and over again, if necessary. ; . . ; "Jiramie" Larsh was up last week. lie has been for nearly a vear in the Salesroom of the Excelsior Seat Com pany in Cincinnati: We clip the above astounding in formation from the Local column of the We Aklv Register. James Larsh, not "Jemmie," has been in Cincinnati little over six months ; he has made the perilous and fearful voyage from Cincinnati to Eaton several times. At one time when James arrived in Eaton he had a beautiful case of varioloid, hich detained him here nearly two weeks. - If yon want to talk about the Excelsior Seat Company, speak out like a man, and don't call Larsh nick names to conceal your toadyism. Entertainment. The young people of tha Universa.- ist Church of Eaton, assisted by the ompany of ; Camden, will give two Dramatic and Musical cutertainments at the Town Hall, on Friday and Sat urday evenings next. All are cordi ally invited to attend. Admission 25 cents. " Festival. The Good Templars will give a Strawberry Festival at the city Hall, on next Friday and Saturday evenings. All are invited. Decidedly the best, neatest and pleasantest fitted up Ice Cream Saloon in Eaton, is tlie room next door to the Eagle Hotel, and kept by Henry Dex- ius. It is a regular "Dolly V arden ' of a. place, and his Ice Cream Soda Water and Lemonades were never beaten, especially if you drop a "fly'' into them. For the Eaton Democrat. Decoration Day in Camden. CAMDEN, May 30, 1872. Decoration Dav was observed here to-day in the following order: Pro cession tormcd at Z o clocK at JVLrs. McCord's residence ; moved at 3 o' clock in the following order, with Mr. Henry Nell", Jr., as Marshal of the day. 1 Marshal, Henry Ncftj Jr. 2 Urass Band. 3 Chaplain and Orators. 4 Missic with Flowers, Crosses and Boquets. 5 Soldiers and Citizens. Programme at the Cemetery. 1 Music by the Band. 2 Prayer by C. M. Roher. 3 Music by the Chior ; "They sleep in the valley so sweet." 4 Oration by Dr. Johu Whitaker. 5 Music by Band. 6 Eeuiarks by Dan. Peters and A. B. King ; very appropriate. 7 Music by Baud. 8 Decoration of Graves. 9 Benediction. The ladies are under many obliga tions to the Band for their excellent music furnished for the occasion, which was verv appropriate. MACK FREE OF CHARCE Call at J. V, Brookins & Sons' Drug Store, Katon, Ohio, and get a sample bottle of Dr. A. Boschee's German Syrup free of charge. It has lately been in troduced in this country from Germany, and for anv person sufterinff with a se vere couffh, heavv cold settled on the breast, consumption or any disease of the tnroat aim lungs it has no equal in tne world. Our regular sized bottles 7a cts, In all cases money will be promptly re turned if perfect satisfaction is not given, Two doses will relieve any case. Try it. February 1, 1872, lyr. Houoway's Pii.ls are a sure remedy for all sexual complaints and may be taken by females of all ages, who are sufterihjr from a disorganized system, or those distressing diseases in particular which frequently occur (trom inatten tion) at the turn of lite. J hey are so mild that the most delicate female inay ake thein with perfect safetv. 25 cents per box or pot. SPRING OF 2872. OERIS TURM! lias rccciv bis Immense Slocc of 1 J Sjii oil I Comprising;: 200 Fine Assorted Cassi-mere Suits. 150 Light BusinessSiitsI 300 Fancy Sattinett Suits 150 Linen Suits. A line and complete assortment or ESlacXs; Brown and. Blue, Gloiii Goats! -The latest Styles of- liir Wear ! such as Xiixiexi Stripes iLlpsicca. Lusisr """ And a Full 'Assortment of I.OTHIFJ! My Stock Of Gents' Furnishing Goods, is Complete, and 1 Defy Competition. The Styl is of f - Comprising nU Colors that Can be Found. KEKP CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE LATEST UMBRELLAS, Trunks & Valises, -OF ALT. SIZES & GRADES ! Would most respectfully invite the public to call and aud examine my Stock and learn prices. - NOTHING CHARGED SESiiowing Goods !! MY MOTTO 'SMALL PROFITS!" "Quick Sales!" AND- "ONE PRICE!" Steplions' BuiUling, Opposite Court House, .Katon, 01110. May 30, 1S72. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Cincin. Eaton & Richmond R. R. RAILWAY LINE. Pasngor Tihius will raa ea this Ecad, leaving the several Stations us follows: ITpwcrd Trnins. Xtotvnn-ard Trains. Mail TltAIX LKAVKS A. !. Cincinnati K.l.i lluitiillon K.n Seven Mile ."7 Cnllinvll!i. It. Ill Soniervilie... ....... a. .VI t'linrlen ii). IU MAIL 1UAIN LE U'e'imiifl... D..1L- W. .Iiiiu! !in. Wesiviile i-'iiireiiee New lli;ie. A vu F. M -.fi-tO ..r,,is ... ti.oS 112 ....7.10 .. ,7.il 7A1 . . 7.4S 7.-Ml 6..-: t. 1 I- .Inn Itarnet's lil.i.t !lai-i:et"i Kuttni i (-Mii' len New lliie In. !ii , :-.,!. i. ;- .lie Kloreln-e ... le.n( frrii:-Yi;!e ... Wetviile ln.'il ! -;-vt-ii v. lie .. . 11. A W. .llinetliui ..ll.lri I H-Hilll-iM . .. f. 2 i . H.ti S. A.M 11.31 Arr. at Kichmouu ..ll.l.'i .ri-. nl Ciiic!-.ii Cmn -;o Ii'vimi's ! M 'l!Jt:A ::ii ifie mi.in-1 f -iiielii-.i it I T'n Hamilton Seven Mile ... Uollinsvilli!... ... (t-iil . S.-:l ..S.i.l . ,R.:)t ..K. 11 . .S..V; ...1 ..'..in ll. .'i V..liiiict ton H i,tville ... KMreni-f . . . . ?'e-.v Hope .. l-'.;i,ii'l C.-iriii i 'a . ... ( -.-im-ien SOiiiervllin .. -(liiiiisvtile.. . Si-vi-u Mile . . !!:mrltiin .. . X.i'-i . f..l" . .(1.54 ..7.111 . .7. ' I . .7.1D ''7.:ifi ft. 14 . .tl.ii lervltli; ... '..imileii Unmet s tfiiton New Hope . .. Kl-ireliee Weil villi-.. ...... I. & W.Jitnetion Itlulunoii.l . ii.li . .11. Til! 10.IK1 -i)ivim:iiti I.. AVII.T.I.VMS. Asi 't aim:. "' ' Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis RAILROAD. PAN-HANDLE ROUTE. PAN-HANDLE ROUTE. CONDENSED TIME CARD. PAN-HANDLE ROUTE. CONDENSED TIME CARD. RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION. PAN-HANDLE ROUTE. CONDENSED TIME CARD. RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION. DECEMBER 31, 1871. GOING NORTE. 'iiH'innnti, UiclimoiHli. . IIairer?!.vii,. ...... JTfw ':itl Anderson, Kokonit, I.otrinitort, La i 'rosso,....- Chicago, .t, , I 7.-1". ni. T,0ip. r. 1:." n. hi. ! ii..i;"i p. n. I ll.-";: ii. i:u 1 U'.if. p. in. '2. t p. in. I i, ill. 1 !.!.: p. m. ! Ii,2a. hi. J 2.-M5 p. iu. I J.o.j a. m.- i -i.i". ii. in. a. in. I n.i'i J ' sr tu in. j p. rn. I V n. iu. GOING SOUTH. Ohfrrttfo la C-r(s.sii I,i2ansiM)rt .... Kokumo A nil'TSoii.. , Nw OHtl- IlHC'.TShtWIU... Kichnioml, t'iiK-immtl , p. in. S.iki a. m. I .i.;. p. in, ! l.ini in. l.'Ht n. in. i i. in. I. I.i si. m j r.ls it, m. ill. i :i. in. l.J . HI !.. m- 4. H i. tn. :.1H iC m. 5. ).i (. in. i;. Cif p. in. y.ri.'i p. m. . 1 i. a. in. a- m. Xo.SarrlvosStntr fnr nr ".'S I. f.. nn.I No. nt o.l" A. M. No. ii i";f.-s;;:rcv,i n -Jiv, -it Sun3ay. CONDENSED TIME CARD. Columbus and Indianapolis Division.' GOING WEST. 1 No. j So. Xit. lit. rittsbnrn Coluuilnis M Hor I iViiiiT. I'lihrma Vrn lfnl ,l:m., ti reeii v i lv 1 il'IlnVi'Hl. ('MinbritlH. Knlijlil -iNiwii .. iii(iinii:i polls... :j.o"i p. in. '.Hi p. III. S.-W p. til. 2.-"5 p. in. :;. v p. m. 1.2'.p. m. 4.W p. nt. H.ir( .. ni. p. in. 7.:W p. in. l.lMi ji. ni. m. 1 11.30 n. i in. . (i.'W p. i ni. ( 7. IT p. i ni. 8.t7 p. i .U y.. m. i . IN p. I ,. p. m. !' .: p. in. I 11.. .if. p. m. I'll. Hi p SI p. Tf: I 2. J.4S a. i : GOING EAST. Indiana polls... Knijrhtstowii,. ;Mubridii ..... Hirhmmut (irei'ii ville Prnuford Juii, li'111ii Vrlmim Milfoid. (Vii'l ollllllltllK Pitlsliutfh 3.4. a. ni. lD.iii r. ni. 4.r.i u. m. 1 11.42 a. nt. p. IU. p. 11U p. HI. p. Hi. p. m. p. Hi. p. m p. ui. a. ni. ,.:i2 a. in. t?.lp a. ni. I 7. in ii. ni. I 7.i." ii. tn. j K.(h-i a. ni. I '.MO a. ni. j 1 a. in. I t U. (K) n. m. j UJ-'i p. J t.'i p. m. t.lR ii. tn. I 10. 3.1 KJ p. HI. . I II. ;.;: p. ni p. in. 5.H p. in. . I l. (;.- n. in, m. p. in. 1S.0J in Nos; i :iihI 7 run Daily; AH other Trains Daily, R MYERS. Gen, Pass & Ticket Aget. January 3d.1872-1y: T. ssaGsaara:2EflttEro tiik symptoms of y Uvr Cum plain 1 hpiui- U I.r, anil i mistaken tor HrlK umaiNin. The stoni 3TCM'SCr,'r3fflara?3s;? su-h is articled with loss of ap(M:itr ;nifi sHiit".-. novvels in irenoral costive, sometiin73 ulternatiiiK vt'th 'ax. TJie Iioad In trou bled with pain, and d ill, hwivy sensation. cnns'.'I- r:dlH losof iiM-iti ,r . ;t,-Mniipanted with painful TFtpyyirT- J&g-trgi -t hensulfun of lmvinir left H 0 undone sometlilnr that B. B oulit to have heen dont ST kTTT r3 3 nn couijilainlng . oi , 4iHhMity jtnd U-w KtiiviiM. oriiiini many n" the M.ovo syin- umi at oilier nines very few of them; but theliver is generally the organ most involved. Cure the liver Willi Sill. SIlT.WOS LIVER REGULATOR. ffjf-A PREPARATION' OF ROOTS AXD HERBS, warranted to be strietty veveiuhle, ami can do no Injury to aiivone. It has been used by hundreds and nown fur the last' thirtv-five years as one of the must reliable, efficacious and haxmle prepara tions ever offered to the HiiueriiiK. 11" taten regu larly and pers'sienriy. H uure to mire Jjyspepsia, iieaaacne,. Jaundice, cos ti voness. siek headache, chronic diarrhaea, aflections or tiie bhidder, cynip dys entery, attectioiis wf the REGULATOR n kidneys, lever, nervous- JgggSBBBBKDB neti, chills, diseases of skin- impuritv of the blood, nieiaiieholv, or depres sion of spirits, heartburn, olic, or pains in the bowels, pain in the head, fever and ague, dropsy, boils, pain in back mr.l limbs, asthma, erysipelas, female alfectioiis, and bilious dueawes generally. For sale by J.?H.Zei!in& Co., Send loraClr.riilar. DniK.'ists, .M-cim, !., Price!; by mailil.Sj. and :a Arch St.. I'OUALIiilY I Philadelphia. Brookins & Son, Eaton. August 31, li71-y. EveryMam his oynPhysician: CAUTION- " THK inimeiise ucnlttnd for HOI.I.O WAY'S PII.LS ami OI.NTMKNT, has t.-miteil un. llicl plcd parties to couutu.-reit these valuable meill- 1 '"n o rrter to protect the piililic and ourselves, we have issued a new -Ti nUe Mark," cmwiutiiiK Kiryotiaii circle ofa serpent, with the letter 11 In the centre. Kvcrv hox of ireniiine iIlii.owav s 1'IU.S and OINTMENT will have this trade murk on it: none areiri'iiltine without it. N. Y.CltK.MK'ALC t)., Sole Proprietory, 7.MallCll I.JIIIC, VV i,,.;.. Jiihn I). PAKK.t'lnc unall, Ohio, aole Ajrcnt tor the state. HOUSE & SIGN PAINTERS, GEAINEES AND GLAISESS, Donahoe's r.iiiUliii!?. upstairs, m Main Street, taton, Ohio. Mixed Palntu, Oils, Putty. flsw. c in quantities to unit purelu.ersi, l'or sale cheap. Fob. Ii;. l7i.-tf.. mm LUMBER The "Excelsior School Scat Manufac turing Company" will pay iO Ca.sli per Bfl- FOU FJIOM 5000 to 200,000 Feet OF Green Walnut' Lumber, s-iwecl Vn inches tliick, to be delivered at their I.uniher Yard, in Katon. "WM. EP.OOKE, Secretary. F.:iton, February. 22, lS7-'.-tf. NEW THIS WEEK. 1ST2. have just Completed FOR-- SUMMER f WE A These Goods are made with the view of ottering to the public- - - CLOTHING WELL MADE!! AT TNE"SAME COST Aud in many instances- lower than Eas , .. .- :- teru titade. 1 - : N. B- All Goods SHRUNKjBe. FORE MAKING. ' I call special attention to my Stock of lllll -SUCH AS . - PLAIN AND FANCY KftSSlMERj. (mm LTJ &C, Sr. &c. In all the latent sluulcs and styles for OllDER AVOKK. ALSO, -AND FuPBishing Goods. Call and examine Coods before buyinr as I am determined this Spring to oiler such inducements, as will secure the t rade of every body. J. WOKREJEJK Baron street, Eaton, O. Third door door of Main street East side. April 11, lS7-J,-y:-.l CAMPAIGN Giothiiig IECE G BITS' TZJE BEST !" Knox's Practical4 ' ' WASHING-MACHINE! CLOTHESAWRINGE!K. : A II3iAI.TR I'llhsKUVKR! A TJNB HAVKK! ' A SiHI-XUllI SAVER! . SO AT AND Ft.-El. SAVKB! STEAM AS AN AOKNT. r-Thc lulvnntufteslof tlili. uiat-lilne nre 1. It is smuil.. lidues uot aloi; can be used Iu c-iiriieteil rooms. ' i. It In misily Vl-onced: it cmld of tan years can operate the WiiHlnT. - . . 3. It secure all tlip Wei! known benefits of unlng sud" boiling hot. Ni hutlliiK of elnthea required. 4. There Is murh li wear to Uie HurlUBlU tumll there is when IVietioii Ik uiuilleil. :. II iseheuii; ho rheap Unit when It value Is known, llie iM'ici i-aliiil. staml ln-tue way of any rauiiiv wiishiu to tureliase on. - ;. It ilut-3 liie wu.le work wuslnK. rlnlnir ana Mueliiij, without the use or ft wash-tub or wash- b'J,iTlie Wrtiifrur Ii nelf-ailjuntlnir, and Is cittiable of wriiuriri)? any article ol' rlo'.nlns from a lace col lar to the heavieHt bed anilt. .- We. the nndei-iii.-iiej, n.tvinjr texi"il the te!enef of Knox's I'.-:li-te,tl Waslifni; Mlit-hlne and tldtneM Wringer, take ileii9ure In retfoiiiiiiemliiig it. to the public As a utijot-Kaviiui niaeliine it far snrpnSBea a'.ivthins ui' the kind wo hnve ever seen; while It vo-ks no iiiiurv to llie elothes. but Clemls them IU tho uuickt and simplest nmliiier possihls. Any ordinary wn-hinir can be done in from two t three hours, ami the labor Is iiithtn(r compared to that neeos.S:iry lv hiiv other mode. Ve consider It the most perfect of all tiie Washtug Matbiues evet brouglit to our notice. t Mrs. II. J..M'LAUGnLIN", m. e. brook i jn s: ; ' : . " ELLEN j Fj'SUEli, J . ;. " MARY A.JWAGGGNER. " Dr. STEPHENS. - - ' ' . Wm. BROOKE. " ALFRED DENNY. -" JACOB 'IIRISTA1AN. ANTHONY YOST, " II. B. VAN AUSDAL. , LEVI WYATT." . " S A LLY CAMPBELL. For further information, addrcsa, CHAMPION ' Washing ; rylachineCompany Jicnia, Ohio. Who are prepared to furnish Machines on short noticed at wWesale and retail. BTTEKltlTORV tOlt SALE. tt-FllTY AGENTS WANTED. C.lWaggoner, Agent, T am: 1 1. 'Jl in New Manufactory !-OF- ' '-' SftDLERY AND HARNESS !! Johxi Ruppcl Jr. - HAS OPENKD A SADDLE & - SAENESS ' SHOP !! in the Uorth Koom of COD FELLOWS' BUILDING, - ... ON CHEURY STREET, iBlfVTOlSr, OHIO, And proposes to do all kind of work In liis line, in the '- Very Best and Latest Style. Call and Examine .Work. Eaton, Feb. 16, 1872-6m JSXcvu JE"irm It AT ' RESSLE R'S CLP S TAN D. K ester & Lange, Carriage, Buggy; v ... . and SpringlWagon Manufactory. They would call the attention of their friend and . the public generally to examine their NEW STOCK , Of Carriages Buggies &c. " Before purchasing elsewhere. Special attention paid to Repairing. UlJVark Warranted. J6S3-UIVE US" A CA 1.-559 KEnrr&irtEr . February 5. lt.7a-yrlfc,. . . . FMJIHIjY G1ZOCS2RWUS PRODUCE, Wl ITERS ma. Tnvhn' ottontinn tn thp.ir tock Of FAM ILY GKOCKRIK8 811(1 TRODITCK, Of which they keep a full and complete stock at their old stand on -"' 1 ' BaronStreet Eaton, O. VTc flatter ourselves that we can sell . 1 ,.a nwr fttliat. liniiaA 111 t fl VL' 11 ft ' 1 will keep always on luutd the best brands PROVISIONS, VEOKTABI.ES, AI.M-OJCDS SPICKS, TEAH. SUIiAW, "Vm CorKKK, . RAISINS. IIUTTKR. CIIKKSK. -IIilS. KHOUi-OWlW. FAMILY FLOUR, tOfiX MEAL, A RIiJE tLC ALSO Salt! by . tlie Barrel. The putronage of the public is solicited. Jan It. 187J yl. " - TV E W - er tea K An entire New Stock of DRIB'S,- tS"K STUFFS, PERFUMES STATIONERY, TOILET ARTI1CLKS, AND PATENT MEUlt'ISES, I'L"! WINES LIQUOIIK, FOR MED1 CAL PURPfJSES. OPE1TED. DONOHOS'S DBUILtNG, OPPOSITE THg POST OFFICE. The niaiiasrenieiiiTunder tlie control of Wm. T. lluOhell, fuvoraUy know n for over twenty veara as a reliable anl care ful Dnijrgirts. His old enstomers and new oneswill be waited on at all hours, day or night with great pleasure. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded J. Donohoe & Co Eaton, Jan. 4 1.S72, m6 L. QUINN I ..: N. J. yUlSN EATOH STEAM ELEVATOR -AN D- GRAIN DEPOT. Highest llarket Price FOR . vRAIN AND SEED! B3F-OF AI KINIS.tto From their Ions; experlene. they claim to "n'lr Hlina the buines.1 anil to b able thereby to i-tfil y Vt on o a to be Hafe t thmiiselvee and prolllahle .. rarmeraT Call at tholr warebouao, west or Kallriaiil 1H1'01- J. L. QUINN A HON. r. S.-The IIIOHEST CASH P1UCE HAIU FOR LK A F TOHAf '. .Tan. 11 J. F. WHITING, DECORATIVE AND PLAIN PAINTER. Glossing, Mating, Graining , n ri M'aifff Hanging Dii" Eiccuieil Willi NcrttnrHii himI Ii.-..ateh,- Offke, in Misok's I5fiHixo, OPDOsite the Court Houso. ' 1 EATON. OHIO. . C'""-l'