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EATOII WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
'Thursday - August 15, 1872. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. ':' Wo. hope that every Committeeman trill make it convenient to be present af the meeting in .Eaton Saturday toext, as business of great importance Will be before them. Our Candidate for Congress. Judge J- J. "WnfAKS, of Xenia, the Democratic and Liberal Republican candidate for Congress in the Fourth District is a gentleman of culture and , fine legislative, judicial and profes sional experience. "When elected . Common Pleas Judge, he stood at the head of the Bar iu Green county. As " Judge he discharged the arduous du- ; ties of that position to the entire sat - - isfaction of the Bar, until he was elect ed to Congress. As a Representative in Congress lie also discharged his duties with honor and satisfaction to liis constituents except in" some par ticulars Ire opposed the policy of the administration, and on this account he lost cast witli; the Radicals, and was superceded in th old District by " Mr. Shellabarger, a most consumate . Radical. Judge Winas' diflbreuce with , the , Grant Administration grew out, of its "nepotism, appointing iu competent. And dishonest men ;to of- ficial stations, the civil service reform, :' revision of the tariff and the recon struction of the southern States. Ho openly condemned and most strcnu- ously endeavored to inaugurate civil reform in the government, and advo . cated the true . republican : doctrine ..thapiHcial stations were positions of , trust for the benefit of the pc- pic, and i consequently : should be conferred upon the honest" and capable as the 'surest guarantee that tlio trusts would . be .oxecuted fairlyVfor the bcnelit of H concerned ; in othsr words, tlwt the Executive was bound by the! trust '.jmposod to appoint honest and capa ;;'l)le "men' to '.official stations that a brother-iu-Iav, nephew or cousin of the President of itself, should wot in fluence the appointing power. ! But - in, this as - in. all other reforms the "Rings at Washington oppbSed and '-overruled Mm. ' He also denonnccd the gift-tafcing -propensity of the Pre sident as being -unworthy of his offi : ial station", and too well calculated to incline the Presidential, appointments in favor of corrupt givers. ! ."''.In the . reconstruction of the south ern States, a matter of the utmost vital importance to the Ifation. Judgi AVi f nans, as a Liberal Republican, is for general amnesty and universal j suff rage. V In . common . with Sumner, Banks, Greeley, and thousands ot oth er Liberal. Republicans, he beiicyes ; Uiat.tho only way by .which fraternal - relations between the States can be restored, is by extending the genuine hand of fellowship, oblivious of the past that the southern States! can never be restored to us or held in fra- ;" ternal relations with the northern States by the bayonet that they, cau- ' not be held as conquered provinces, but must be restored upon a basis of : equality and kindness. . A more extended sketch of our can didates charac or and public seryicesj will be given in thejuture, but for the present suffice it - to say, that he is a self-made man that he came from the middle and laboring classes and from a respectable parentage, and has acquired -his present position in life .by his own exertions.". As a leading member of the Bar, he .won for him- clf the character of a good Judge and an honest representative. He now goes before the people . with no mon ied Bankers, Bond-holders, "Whisky Ringa or the like, to purchase success, bat- as heretofore .hejdepcnda i on his 5wn, merit and ihe sympathies of .the ,'Iabqring classes of the -District for his election. -Thartie will be tvtumphant Xjr'elected we have not the least doubt. Radical Election. -candidates for the county offices came off on Saturday-last .So. far as this township is concerned it was a com plete farce, and has given geueral dis- satisfactionv Everything' voted that presented itself no matter of what po ' . litical' psrsuaison, and . as a consc - -qnence there is no choice of the party. The vote -was light, which dcvelopcs the fact that there is a strong and "' healthy Conservative and Liberal ele ment, that will not be bound by party ties any longer, but that will vote to suit their own notions. As usual the "Ring" at Eaton comes in for "sweep stakes,".. and gobbles up all the fat offices. "We give-' the' same advice as heretofore to all "who want political positions, move to Eaton. The race .for Sheriff, between Johnson and MlkeseH, was very close, Johnson re ceiving the nomination by only four majority ! ' Here.is the Ticket ; Jehu King,' Probate. Judge, Eaton. Hiram Johnson, Sheriff, Eaton. ; D. B. Morrow, Clerk, Eaton. Dr. Bruce, Coroner, Eaton. Jefferson Larsh, Surveyor; Eaton. : ' Levi Bi singer, Infirmary Director, E. Daniel Prngh,' Commissioner, Gratis. That will do, certainly I "We thought we would say some thing about Bickham, of the Dayton "Journal," but when we recollect his "exhausted" condition and 'dilapida ted" appearance, as he strutted back and forth over the stage of the Opera House on the day of our Convention, we feel it would be cruelty to hold him accountable for anything he has said about our getting home. Editorial Brevities. ' j i j The Democrat for the campaign ouiy 60 cents. The political campaign grows war mer every day. Peter "Swope" was in Eaton on Monday last. The Court room is being repaired. "Very sensible. "Water melons have come. "Who wants the first puff? : C ow eaters are increasing with marvelous rapidity. How much money did the Commis sioners squander away for that draft of a new Jail ? All Democrats will vote and work for the Baltimore, nominees, not that they like Grecly more, but Grant less. Toledo has a colored Greeley and Brown club, which numbers four-lifths of all the colored voters in the city. The young men especially those who cast their first vote this fall are all going for Grcelev. To read the Radical papers' a per son would imagine that the rebellion had just commenced. ' The Democratic "watchword Re conciliation and the one-term princi ple. Republican watchword Re venge and re-election. . Melon trade has been brisk for the past few days and the swine are hav ing a good time generally in our streets. The Dayton "Sux" shone in upon our Sanctum on last Tuesday, and is a bright and beautiful specimen of the art. Success to its Liberal cause. 'Our neighbor up street t'links that Greeley's nomination is such a good joke, and yet he does not laugh. He don't seem to enjoy the joke at all. The able intellect of the Hon. Stan- ; ley. Mathews has been convinced that Grant is the man for President,' by a I fee Of $5,000 in a case that the (Joveru mcutls prosecuting against a distiller; The state elections that take placo in September arc Maine, Vermont and California. . We arc now clear of the August elections, Xorth Carolina, Kentucky and Delaware. What is the affidavit worth of a person who is worse than a forger, a horse thief or a murderer? Isaac Morris or the candidate for County Clerk may hand in answer.--. . ; If there was any doubt heretefore about the bargain between the "Ring" and the Brooke delegates, the vote in Somers township on last Saturday proves it. Mr. Albert got oxe vote for Sheriff, the "Ring" candidate KIXETT-THHF.K I " The incrcury still dances malicious ly among the. nineties, and .our devil grins acg"jasily,griw, tbat-secms to in dicate that it is all the better for our future xomfort in that borne from which no traveler ' ever returns. If a saloon is lower than a house of ill-fame, and its keeper worse than a horse thief and ' murderer, what did the candidate for County Clerk want with an affidavit froni such -'source ? The pap-suckers arc "Very severe on the old farmer Horace Greeley in their speeches, because-they fear that he will ' withdraw tho'pnbMc teat from their lips. That's what hurts them. - The secrets of the rebel archives are being exposed to public view--. The developments are decidedly racy. The Eaton "Register" has furnished its readers with the sweet morsel. It suits them. , , ' The slaughtered and dying "patrir ots" iu this county on. last Saturday would make as horrible a spectacle to gaze upon as the seven miles of dead that Murat Halstead passed over after one of the battles in the late German conflict ! A few North Carolina counters ju diciously distributed around, jnight possibly re-elect Grant. They are very handy fellows, and seem to be capable of producing just the exact number of ballots wanted." The Grantitcs staked everything on the result in North Carolina. "Well, they have lost their stcke, which con sisted of the public money sent down there to carry the election. This in cludes also the $75,000 paid out of the Treasury for the Rebels archives. Judge "Wiuans will get every vote in October that'Greeley will get in No member and a few morel Even some of the Grant Republicans have signified an intention to vote for him. They don't like the way Guncklc "rung in his cold deck" on them. . A Montgomery Radical was in Ea ton one day last week and boasted that Gunckel was worth.$lbdOOOj and would use it freely to carry this couritj'. - He purchased his nomina tion and of course will have to "do the same to secure his election. Votes were very cheap at the. Radi cal primary election on Saturday last. A drink of .whisky was the highest price paid! The "smelling commit tee" is nojt ess. Is it a fact that the $5000' raised to prosecute liquor ven ders and i drinkers is now being used among them for electioneering pur poses? How is it Isaac ? . "We are inclined to agree with one of the Sisters of Brother Johnson's congregation when she learned that he was a candidate for Sheriff. .She remarked, "it was all Avrong, the Lord had called Brother Johnson to preach the Gospel to the unregenerated of this place, and it was not right to spoil a good Minister to make a poor Sheriff!" . "We'll keep him in his pre sent good place. Take Your Home Paper. The following is taken from the ed itorial columns of the "Lady's Book" for the nidnth of January, and we commend its careful perusal to the many Democrats in this county who are neglecting their home paper for some city weekly : ""What tells us so readily the standard of a town or city as the appearance of its paper? And its youth or its age can as well be de termined by the observiug as a per soiial notice. . The enterprise of its cit izens is depicted by its advertisements, their liberality by the looks of the pa per. Some papers show a good, solid, healthy foundation, plethoric purses, and a well-to-do appearance general ly : others show a striving to contend with the grasping thousands around them, trying hard to wrench out an ex istence from the close-fisted commun ity around them. An occasional met eoric display iu its colums of telegraph or local or of editorials, show what it can do if it had the means, but it can not continue in the expensive work until support conies, which ought to be readily granted. A newspaper is like a church ; it wants fostering in the commencement, " and for a few years ; then, as a general thing, it can walk alone, and reflect credit upon its location. Takq your home paper; it gives you more news of immediate in terest than New York or other papers ; it talks for you when other localities belie you ; it stands up for your rights ; you always have a champion 'in your home paper, and those who stand up for you should certainly bo weir sus tained. Your interests are kindred and equal, and you must rise or fall together. Therefore, it is your inter est to support your home paper ; not grudgingly, but in a liberal spirit ; as a pleasure, not as a disagreeable duty ; but as au investment that will amply pay the expenditures." Died. Mr. James Huston, of Connersvillc, Ind., of whom we' spoke last week as having beeniiijurcd on thepiko between Eaton and West Alexandria, on his way to see' a sick brother, died last Friday morning. Mr. Hn&ton was about 71 years of age; never having married he consequently- left no nearer relatives than brothers and . sisters and their de scendants. By a judicious course in life lie had acquired a vast estate and prop erty, variously estimated at from $400, 000 to $500,000. Judge Haines wrote his will, and we understand that the deceas ed made sundry devices to the different Boards of the Presbyterian Church, amounting to $15,000. One bequest of $3,000 to' Hanover College and another of $45,000 to be invested in real estate se curities for the deserving poor of the city of Connersvilley Ind. ..The residue of Ids property he divided .equally be tween lii.s brothers and sisters and their descendants, except to his older brother, Thomas Httston j -vvlio declined to have anything devised to him, and so express ed himself to the testator. His remains were taken to Connersville, for iuter meiit on the same day of his demise. The Blessings of Total Abstinence. After the proceedings at the prima ry election on Saturday last, with the '"Worthy Chief Templar" furnishing money to- buy whisky, and another candidate shooting down alleys and into "worse than houses of prostitu tion," one hand grasping the arm of a white, the other laid lovingly on the shoulder' of a coloeed brotheiyand then, in fraternal companionship, pledging success to the candidate, with the candidate himself warbling like a billiard ball on an uneven table, we imagine - the saintly "Register" and. the '-'morality" party generally, have sold out to the enemy. How lovely our saloon-keepers get about election times! Predictions Verified. - a we oc casion to say to our Ucpublican friends from other townships, who had an nounced themselves as candidates for Clerk and Sheriff, that they might as well save themselves time and money by giving up the race, because the Court House Ring had the thing all set lip. The result has pvoven the soundness of. our advice.. . Let the faithful come up and vote the ticket, it is all right, because the Court House "Ring" never errs. A Season of Great Joy. The Saloon-keepers of Eaton place their receits on election day at $200 nearly every dollar of which was fur nished by two candidates. They are now seriously considering the propri ety of joining the "Good Templars" they consider it a paying institution. Religious Notice. Elder Mookk, of Xew Paris, will preach iu the Christian Chapel, oil Bar ron street, on next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, A. M., and 7) P. M. All are invited. This is what our Germans say : "We drink our lager freely " And vote for Horace Greeley ; We drink our lager down, And vote for B. Grata Brown." If Lewis B. Gunckel, in a convention of his own party, could only get a nomination by a majority-of roun, when there was no candidate against him, and wheu six of the votes that. he sot came from an Institution of which he was the "Manager," what could he have gotten if he had never been a "Manager?" Answer next week replies to be sent to the friends of Messrs. Craighead, Allen, Brooke, or any other man. You can almost hear the corn grow ing, so beneficial have been tho clTccts of the late rains, folio wcdt by warm sunshine. ARE YOU GOING WEST? I f so, tafceour artvii-o, and purchase vour Tick ets over the old rellnble nnd nonuhir MISSOURI I'AClr'IC RAll.ItOAI), which is, positively, the only Line thut runs .ln-,.,! Dully Kipress Trains front SI. l-oulstoKainas City and the West! und is, positively, the only Line which runs Pullman's Palace Sleepers unci nne Day Coarhes (especially for movers) equipped with Millers Safetv Platform mid the Patent Steam lirakc, FROM ST. IA.ITIS to Kansas City, rort Scott, Parsons, Lawrence, Leavenworth, Atchison, St. Joseph, .Nebraska city, council munsanii Omaha 'without chance. Mir lntorniaiion in reicaru to Time Tables, rates, t'i- In.nV llOillt in Missouri Vnituns Vntirsab. Colorado, Texas or California, call upon or address, S. II. Thompson, accnt, Missouri Pacific R. R. Co lumbus, Ohio; orK. A.-Ford, Geueral Passenger fcj5f" Nd trouble to answer questions. March 23, JS7i-yrl. FREE OF CHARGE. Call at J.P, Brookins & Sons' Drug btore, .Eaton, Ohio, and get a sample bottle of Dr. A. Boschee's German Syrup frke of charge. It has lately been in- troiiueeu in tms country trom lierinanv. and for any person suffering with a se vere cougli, heavy cold settled on the Dreast, consumption or any disease ol the throat and lungs it has no equal in the world. Our regular sized bottles 75 cts. In all cases monev will be promptlv re turned if perfect satisfaction is not sciven. Two doses will relieve any case. Try it. Fetruary 1, 1872, lyr. Council Proceedings. Eatox, July, 12, 1872 Council met in regular session at Council Cham ber. Members present, Foos, Mayor; Ortt, Clerk; Vanausdal, Tuum, Swiliart, Deem and Kidson, Couucilmcn. Conucil called to order. Minutes read and approved; after whlcn the following bills were presented, allowed and orders issued: M. A. Aldrich & Co., 195 cals. Gasoliua and Freight, - 30.93 S. S.Dix, Fr-iKht on Gasoline. 2.t4 A. E. Hubbard, Coupons, - 30,91 By resolution the following rates were agreed on lor the use of Yawn- nail: - o: PollTTrnr,- Temper ance and Religious meetings fs per night, and (1,60 per ttay, where no fuel is used. No further business of Importance Council adjourned. W. H. ORTT, Clerk. British International Money Orders. Monev Orders can et the Office on Post Offices In all parts of Great Britain and Ireland on the following terms: Orders not exceeding 910 25 " exceeding Flu ana ut exceeding m) ' lji0 " ' J30 75 " " 9M " " M0 SI 00 " " lf40 " " $M ii ITnited States Treusnry Kotcs or National Bank Xotes only received or paid. riEAL, I'.M, ii ii m Unclaimed Letters. ettrrs rmriinii.e In the Eaton Post Office un claimed AUKUst 1372: John Berger; fary Bowers; Cloyd Coul; H 8 Cas tle; John O ood win; A bap ail O ray h am; Tu w is Jones; I) B Jessap;M A Kinsey; Joseph M Kinsel; James R Unnlng; Mrtrtin McCIellan; Katfo Pot tenger; Win Hlird; Frank Hchloss; B V "Weigle. DEATHS. DIED. At the residence of his son-in-law, Jacob Arasmith, at New Hope, on the 8th'iust., of Congestion of. the Liver, Samuel Campbell, in the 7ith year of his age. . . . Wanted! WALPTLMBER The "Excelsior School Seat Manufac turing Company" will pay $4EO Ca.sZi per IVX FOR FROM .lOOO to 300,000 Feet OF Green Walnut Lumber, sawed Z Inches thick, to he delivered at their Lumber Yard, in Eaton. WM. BEOOKE, Secretary. - Eaton, February, 22, lS72.-tf. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R. RAILWAY LINE. Passenger Trains will ran on this Road, leaving the several Stations as follows: Upward Train. Downward Trains. Mail Thaix lbavbs a. M. MAIL TRAIN LEAVJC p. II Cincinnati... Hamilton Seven Mile .. OolllMSTillU.. Somerville... t'ainden.- Barnet's Eaton New Hope... Florence Wc4t-i-ille . . 8.15 Richmnd 6.40 9.20 tl.37 9.46 9.54 10.01 10.13 10.31 10.40 10.47 I). W. Junction Westville .6.45 6.55 . .02 .7.10 .7.18 .7.42 .7.48 .7.59 "Florence Xew Hope... Katon Darnel's Camden Sonierville... f-ollfnnvlllp.. ..10.54 Seven Mile 8.21 Hamilton 8.42 Arr. at Cincinnati .. 9.45 Chicago Expb's. a.m. Bichmoml 6-30 r. AW. Junction 6.35 Westville 6- Florence 6.47 .New Hope -54 Eaton -34 'Harnet-s. OumOen. (..7.3o SomervlUe 7.40 Collinsville 7.47 n.A W. Junction. ..11.0S Arr. at Kiclrmond ..1U15 PDinir.nEtPB'S P.M Cincinnati 7.00 Hamilton S.03 Seven Mile Collinsville Somerville Cimden 8.41 ....8.:rt ....8.39 .8.41 liitrnet's .....8.5fi Enton New Hope -.. Florence .34 Westville I). &V. Junction Richmond 11. 41-f Seven Mile 7.56 9.53 t Mammon ...o-m .10.00 1 Cincinnati .zo n. McLaren, sup. Ii. WTLXTAMS. Ass't Sunt. Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis RAILROAD. PAN-HANDLE ROUTE. CONDENSED TIME CARD. RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION. JUNE 2nd, 1872. GOING NORTH. Mo, 8. Ko. IP- Cincinnati.... Richmond, Hajterstown,.. 3'ew Castle,.... Anderson........ Kokomo, JxKnnsioi-t, Iju Crosse........ Clilcaeo, 7.45 a. m. 11.25 a, in. 12.11 p. m. 12.20 p. in. 1.00 p. m. 2.59 p. m. 3.42 p. m. 6.30 p. m. 10.3pp. m. 7,00 p.m. 10.05 p. m. 10.50 p. m, 11.2:; P.m. 12,26 a. in. 2.uo a. m. a. 2ti a. m. 5.25 a.m. 8,30 a. m. UO IKU SOUTH. I JTo. 1. I So. 3. Cbicajro.. 7.45 n. ra. I 8.00 a. m. I. a Crosse . 10.50 p. m, I ll.oo a. m. Tjosansport . 1.00 a. m 1.20 p. m KOKomo,... 2.00 a. m. &53 a. ni. 4.58 a. m, 5.30 a. m. 2.25 p. m. 4.13 p. ni. 5.15 p. m. 6.47 p. m. A nderson New Castle Haerstown, Rich moml .... 6.1. I 6,30 p. 111 Cincinnati , 9.20 a. in. 9.55 p. ni. No. 8 arrives State Li neat 9.53 P. M;. and No. 10 at 6.10 A. M. No. 10 leaves Chicago Daily , except Saturday. Ail other Trains start Dally, except Sunday. CONDENSED TIME. CARD. Columbus and Indianapolis Division. GOING WEST. Ko. 2. No. J.O. 10, IMttsbnrfrh, Columbus. Mllford Center, Uubana. .. Plqua Rra'lford Jun.t lreenvile ltlehmonil Cambrldco, C. . Knightstown ,. ' Indianapolis... 3.00 p. m. 12.55p. m. 1.55 ii. in. 2.43 p. in. 3.53 p. ill. 4.25.p. m. 4.52 p. iu. 5.53 p. in. 6.37 1. iu. I. 45 a. m. 10.10 a. m. II. 28 a. m, 13.15 p. ni. 1.20 p. m. 2.oo p. m. 2.26 p. in. 3.26 p. ni. 4.03 p. m. 4.48 O. 111. i9.30 a. m. 6.10 p. ni. 7.18 p. m. 8.03 p. ni. 9.05 p. m. I 9,40 p. ni. I 10.10 p. 111. I 11.17 p. Ill, 12.00 a. m. 1 12.50 a. ni. I 2.20 a. m. 7.21-p. in. 8.40 p. m. I 6.10 p. m. GOING EAST. is'o. I. J?o. 5. ' I N" 7. Indianapolis... Kniuhtstown,. Cambridge ltlehmonil (JreenviHe liradford Jun. Iloua.. . Croatia, Millord, Cen't Columbus, . Plltsbugh, 3.55 a.' m. 5.07 a. m. ..tj n. iu. 9.40 a. m. 11.06 a. m. tl.58 n. m. 6.45 p. lu. 8.19 p. 111. 9.20 p. ni. 9.59 p. m 11.02 p. m. 12.4n n. m. 6.3n a. m. I 12,30 p. m. 7.30 a. m. 8.10 a. m. I 8.30 a. in. I 9.25 a. ni. I lo.ot a. in. I 11.05 a. m. I 6,35 p. in. I 1.32 p. HI. 2.15 p, in. 2.38 O. m. I 12.0S ii. m 3.30 V. m. I 1.09 p. ni. 4.23 p. m. 5.30 p. m. 1.00. a. in. i i..rKi a. ni. I 3.90 a. m. 112.10 ni. Nos: 2 and 7 run Dally: All other Trains Dally, except Sunday. . K M VF.ns, Gen. Pass i! Ticket Ag"t. January 3d,-1872-ly: T, Executor's Notice. Xotice is hereby given that the under signed has this day been duly appointed and qualified Executor of the Estate of John llarter, late of Preble county, Ohio, deceased. J. II. MARKEY, Aug. 7, !S7"2.wHpd. Executor. Spring of 1872. life ORRIS TCRM! Has received his Immense Stock of Sinai Clili Comprising;: 200 Fine Assorted Cassi- mere Suits. - 150 Light Business Suits! 300 FancySattinett Suits 100 Linen-Suits. A lino ant ;a.teta assortment of Illacls:, Brown and Blue, Cloth Goats! The latest fits' !e3 of - ff Wear! 8ucn AS Xiinen Stripes. Alpacca Zaiistex Sinsucer. White iDucIx. And a Full Assortment of JJlothiw(3 My Stock Of Gents' Furnishing Goods, Complete, and I Defv Competition. Tlier Styles of Mats & (Daps Comprising all Colors that Can be Found. KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE LATEST . STVLE Of UMBRELLAS. Trunks & Valises, -OF ALL SIZES & GRADES ! Would most respectfully invite tiie public to call and aud examine my Stock and learn .prices. NOTHING CHAKGED i'OK Snowing Goods !! MY MOTTO "SMALL PROFITS!" "Quick Sales!" -AND- "ONE PRICE!" 1YI. STURM- Stephens' Knildihj;, OPpofhc Court Hoftse, Eaton, Ohio. ?Iay 30, 1S72. Son NEW THIS WEEK. 1872. 1872 SPR CAMPAIGN! have just Completed MENS' Clothing -FOR" PRiHG&SlMMER! WEAR. Theso Goods are made with the view of oflering to the public CLTOHING WELL MM!! AT TIIEJSAME COST And in many instances lower than Eas tern made. N.B. All Goods SHRTTNK'Be- FORE MAKING-. I call special attention to my Stock of PIECE GOODS such as PLAIN AND FANCY flSSIMER Chetfoitg, meltons Diagonals, VESTSi3C! &Cj Sc3. In all the latest shades and styles for ORDER WORIC. Fu rntshing Goods. Call iwid examine Goods before fvfrying as I aV determined this Spring to" o?er such imTrfefrments, as will secure tlie trade of cVery body. Baron street, Eaton, O. Third door door of Main strcot Kasi side. April Jl. ls2,-yi.V m m ffi m m HATS, GAFSs AND- BUY THE BEST ! Knox's Practical WASHING-MACHINE! CLOTHESWRINGER A HEALTH PRESKBVERt A TIME SAVKK! ... A Sl'IlENBTH SAVEBr , . . BOAF AND KUEIi 6A.VEBI. . STEAM AS AN AGENT. oaFTbe ndvant.ifresjof this macliiii hrj 1. It is small, ltdoes not slop; can be usta ra Carpeted rooiDH. . i. Jt Is easily Worked; a child Of ten j-er csd operate the Washer. ..... :l. It secured ail tho well known benefits, of tising soils hoiniieliot. Noljoilir.g of clothes required. . 4: There is much less weivr to tlie garment tnan Uiere in wlieu Ti'lvtlon is applied; " t. It Is cheap; so cheap that when Its r!oe frf known, tile prloe cannot stand fn tbe wax of any family wishing to "parcnase on. . . & it does tlie whole work washing, rinslnr ana blueing, without the nse of a waah-tob Or wash board. , . . 7. The Wrinirer Is seif-adjustlnir; arid Incapable of wrinifins any article of rlotblng from a laco col lar to the heaviest bedqniU. - We, Hie undersigned, having tested tbe efficiency of Knox's Prartlcal Washing Vsrhne and t'lolhes Wringer, take pleasure n refcommendfng it to th public. Asa luliOr-RaviiiK niai-liinc it far sttrpassea anythihgof the kind we hive ever seen; while It works no injury to the clothes; but cleans tlivni Iu. the rfliickest nlirt simplest manner possible. Any. dnlinnry washing con be done in from two f three hours, anil the labor is nothing compared to that necessary by any other mode. We consider it tbte most Derfect of ftll the Wissliing aiachincs eruf brought to our notice: Mfs. IX. J..M'LAtJGlliyI?r, E. BROOKIJSS. " ELLEN FISHER,: " MARY A.JWAGGONEft.- Dr. STEPHENS. "Witt. BROOKE. ALFRED DENNY, r JACOB rURISTilAN.- ANTHONY Y"OST. II. B. VAN AU8DAL. " LEVI WYATT. SALLY CAMPBELL. 'orl'urtlier Information, ttddrtss, CHAMPION Washing MachineCofnpany Aetna, unto. who aretmnared to ftornwn wnriiinp on snort notice, at whofcsnlp and retail. SEiTTEaKITORY ClWaggoner, Agent, Marcb U. VI. in: AH K.1CHT. New Manufactory -of . SADLERY AND HARNESS!! John Ruppcl Jr. TT A a nPF" l.'I'a A SADDLE . & HAENESS SHOP if in the North Jtioom ox ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING, OX CHERRY STREET, SATON, OiEiZO, . And proposes to do all kind of work Iff ms nne) in ine Very Best and Latest Style. . Call and Examine .WorkV E.iton, Feb. 16,l872-6m rtfew Firm I! AT RESSLER'S OLD g T AHff K ester & Laiige, Carriage, Buggy, ana Spring Wagoti Manufactory. They would call the attention of their friend and NEW STOCK Of Carriages, Buggies &t IJerore iiurciiosmg eisew uere. Special attention paid to Eepairing.- mll Work IV ttrrniiteiii 6GIVE US A CALLT9 KESTERT&LAKCL Febrnary 86. l72-yrl . - JFiI?Lr GROCERIES AND " PRODUCE, WAITERS & HILL f rivite attention to their tock of fam ily grocekies and produce, of whiclr they keep a full ana complete stocK at their old stand on: . Baron Street Eaton, Us We flatter 'onrseltfes that we" can sell as low as any other house iu town, and will ke"ep always on hand the best brand 6vfsl6NS. VKOETABLES, A1HOH1W BPICES, TEAS, SUGARS, SVRTTPfV limit FLOUK, CORJf MEAL, A BICE fc ALSO Salt! by tlie Barrels The patronage of the public is solicited. Jan 111 1872 yl. - J. I QUINN. EATOM STEAM ELEVATOR GRAIN DEPOT. Highest Market Price " FOB drRArW AND SEED! T-OF ALL KIKUttMT From their lohit experience they claim fo ftnder; stand tb business and to be aole IherMiy trtrarry it on so as to be safe to themselves and iVrtilaoie to, furmers. Cull at their warehouse, west of Kailroad Veot r.t tttinit 4. stow. . r. S.-fhe IfTTOHEST CASIt TKICK PAID FOK MiAP TOBACCO. .lan.K. i. F. WHITING-, DECORATIVE A'r PLAIN PA -AND PLAIN PAINTER. Glossing, MaiblingiGiaining JPapir IBanging -Executed with Kealness and Ii;itch,' Office, rs Min6r's Buildiso, Opposite the Court House. EATON. OHIO. twiT-H D0TY HOUSE. MOEKIS DOTY, Ptop'r. Main St,SOdd FellowsBIocky Eatow, Omoj . , StiiHirt'o; for 106tlVscs. Livery af' all liiVrs. Free Oiniiibns to aiulfror alt I rains, by S. R. Sample. Jan. 4, 1872. yi; CRAIN AND SEEDS. THE TJndersined wonld rail fTie at tentibii Of flic farmers of Treble roriTtty t th6 Mtt flia tlicy Lave established flicnwelvcn in tlie Grain brisinessat the VanAnstfal WarchotiKe, Pon(h of east Maiii 8(roet railroad croswnfV wheref wc will ffivc tlie li-Iiest inaikcl prirci' for CJrainaiid Herds. COOK & MUA.ER Nuvvl.(f - C