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. tATON WEKLYOEMOCRAT.
Thursday - August 22, 1872 LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Meeting of the Committeemen. . '. According to of -Hie Democratic and Liberal Republ ,-can advisory Committee met at their rooms on last tsaturdar. - in the ab sence. 6t Mr. Foos, our Chairman, J. -,,V Campbell was appointed pro. tem The meeting was well attended, every 7,,0,wnship t in the' county being repre -sented. -All the business before the meeting was speedily and harmoni ously transacted, and then adjourned to meet in the TO Wit II ALL, at 1 r.!0'ciocfe,.;ett- BAiyBDAY. next, at : ' VhicK time'a county Ticket will be agreed upon." '"We hope to see a ftB attendance.' ' Tamany! ' From President Grant "down to the . -smallest cross-road Post Master in the country, there seems to be a dispOs'i- . tion to rob and plunder. We long ago intimated to the tax-payers of thi3 county that it would be well enough - for a change to take place in the rule "of our county, and -tho Offices taken "out of the-iand? of. the "King," and placed info'tb-at of others, that thts :inside-wo-king8--of those so long hi fpower ririg-ltt be investigated into and Overhauled. , "SFe, were satisfied there was a sysfeifi Of peculation going on, 'h'nd our suspicions arc how backed by "a'corrospoudeift," which will be fbnd iii another part of to-day's issue, mak ing tho charge -'direct and demanding an investigation into tho Clerk of the . 'Court's olficial business. That tho V barges are well founded we 4iavc the . iEST of evidekce; that the pecula- . lions in- tiiis office for tho last few years, in proportion'-, to- its ' business, ""would throw "Boss" Tweed into the uade, there, is- scarcely a doubt, and we demand that a Coiuinittec 'be ap- pointed, .of mcu who.. will (to justice ! to the litigants and tax-payers of the bounty, and an investigation le made itflieffiiirs ofjthis Office before '.the Ocober clecioii, aiidif i't is found that the chlrges against tlfo present 'Incumbent are trucj he should receive ?W: fUSt rebuke-' at thS ballot-box, and a : person placed" there who will be sat . isficrt ; with the legal and lawful fees of the Office. As there is ample time tiefore the election for these charges to bo thoroughly investigated, it siiall .iKtrivbc 6ni0tWred "down and put off "under the pica that 'it is an "electio- liccring dodge" to defeat Mr. Morrow. ... The Eaton JJegisteh has been howl ing over New York and Butler coun ty peculation and corruption, .now let iurii ttff'Worr at'Tionio'aiVd' Assist ' in ferreting out the pcculalions of its 5wntrtjvnnd' demand that justice 4 be do ims though the party should fall !"' i 'i - - " m o ' A few Plain Questions for the Worthy Chief Templar. a last tiro yefers iu wandering over this County 'delivering temperance lec tures, advocating totaK abstinence, and urging &&igbrbus' prosecution of j-liquqr, seUprsj and drinkers, it is the iiaiunu presuiupiion inat, as me prin cipal officer of the Lodge at this place ,you are . a 'perfect type 'of Viiat a re Adeemed arid sanctified Good Templar Should be. i Such being tho; "case yoit . 'Will cobligcyour fellow citizDna by 1st. Have you not within Ibc last fflur months at a public drjiiking house in Eaton, taken a lemonade wifh liq uor in it? If not, please state if it was "teAix, water that was. poured d'tit of -tho' bottle into said lemonade? ' 2d. Tave you not within tho last three mouths been a frequent visitor after Nfairr to the liqiidr saloons bf Eaton? '"' '- , - - . 3d.,IIave.you notin the. liquor sa Joous of this town invitee! the "boys" Bp to take something , did not the loys -take sooietlung atrbngcr than spring watei-, and did ybu not pay for the drinks?, . - . i 4th. Have you ever rolled a game tof ten prxsiu Eaton if so where, and who paid' for the drinks ? -- 5th. Before, and on tho day of the primary,.. election, did you furnish money to iiartics whom you have known to .be-drinkiiig men, and tell them to use it among the "boys ?" 6th.' Do you not know that Church ill & XIambidgo keep a temperance house, where as good a lemonade can te had as any liquor house can furbish ? 7th. As this paper never charged you with going into a saloon in Rich mond,! how did you imagine the little pai-agraph in it referred- to you and as no saloon was mentionedl how did you know to which of the one hun dred in that city to go for the celebra ted affidavit you presented .. to the Templar's Lodge, in ' proof df your innocence ? 8th. Is it one of the cardinal doc trines Of the Good Templars that the tv ortny uniet snail visit liquor sa loons by way of ; example for the" young inen of the town or has the Lodge granted you an indulgence until after the election? Come down, Delorama, and tell us all you know. . a Our Agricultural Fair. ' Owing to sickness in the families of some of our Agricultural Board, the Premium List has been somewhat delayed. It will be out now in about ten days. i People are beginning to think of fhs fall Fairs. Editorial Brevities. NVfnans J3 the "coming man." . II. 'G. stand for Honest Government. GunCkeVs "supporters are already Whining. Grave a home of rest where end life's weary day. - '"How is Crow stock to-day ?" is be doming a common salutation ? Tin-pacing dogs cn Sunday morn ing it's not a very religious amusement. " Katy-did ascl ltatrT didn't is. again heard to break the stillness 'of the twi light. '-'. ; . . .The sweetest toned bell is the church going belle. Her voice Icadeth Watty an unretrencrate young man to the sanctuary instead of the billiard room Green corn, watermelons audcholc- ra-morbus are now frequently rteh tioned. The nielon-cholic daVs have come. Tiow that Horace urecley denies "... . L. the Presidential bargain story, and the Eaton Register published it, will the editor retract ? Of course! The colored. Methodist preacher who was shot while stealing corn near Columbus, Ga., has had his leg amputated. - It i3 said 'that "smelling commit tees" go blind on the eve of an elec tion. "Wehclieve we can substantiate this fact, iu the case ofonr own-. A Grant man in town says he al ways hought Horace Giceley was a d fool, and that this stuff he has written about Farming only proves it. Rev. JJ. F. Iiavilaud, pastor of the Congregational Church at Lewis, la., has been "suspended for the usual cle- ical weakness. - ' " The Rev. James Lynch, (colored) Secretary of State and 'Presidinjf Ei der of the Northern Methodist Church of Mississippi, has been arrested for an indecent assault upon a 6istcr. Th'c SeyiHoui', (tiut,). "Democrat,?' which, was suppressed iu ISG4 for its 'disloyalty, i out for Grant and Rad ical pnpers speak' of it as "that able and sparkling journal." It is a custom of Jews to "stuff Geese, hence our. friend Sturm '"went" for the editor of the Register ' about our glorying over the North Carolina erection, and he ook , Quite a number of our young folks held a "moonlight picnic" at Lower Leas on- Tuesday evening. After supper they spent the time iH Danc ing, returning home about midnight, well pleased with the evening spent. "Why don't the candidate for Sheriff assist in having men arrested for in toxication as he did a few weeks ago? Has he suspended operations until af .r the election ? Would ho inform on Martin Randal now ? . How are the Rads going. to get the public money that they have squan dered on -North Carolina back into the U. S. Treasury ? Thcy w ill have to "doctor" the accounts a little won't they ? . ' . .. Temperance puts wood on the fire, meal iu the tub, money in tho purse, clothes on the children, vigor iu tho body, intelligence iii the brain, and spirit in the whole constitution. . Wc want this thing settled. " If, as the Grant pap-fuckers say, the Demo cratic party is dead, what in thunder makes them tremble so every time it is mentioned ? Further, if Greeley 13 a Demotratj why do they fear him so j w he'a no party is for him ? '; ; The Enon "Register" has David Dillman dead and Jonathan Flora ad ministering on his estate ! Wc saw him in town the dther day looking as well as. Usual."- What a reliable news paper the Register is ! ' ' ' What an intelligent political editor Morris is. lie informs his readers that the "Fourth .District Dolly Var dens nominated John W. Solm for Congress I" About as correct as nil his political information and about as reliable. Wonder if he kuows what District he lives'iu ? M11 Tabbs Gross, a colored Greeley orator .who made a speech in Hewport cn last Saturday night was ordered out of Cincinnati by a mob of his own color. He "was compelled to flee to Kentucky I -The -idea of the colored man fleeing 'from a Northern into a Southern State for protection, is rath er a singular coincidence. -'.''' Where, O where, is our "smelling committee Y" "Gone where the wood bine twineth" until after the election ! If it had not suspended business for the present there would be plenty of work. When farmers 'were jii rested two and three days after the occur rence, why ire those intoxicated on the streets, unmolested? Who can answer? The Eaton "Register" asks us to deny that Senator Wilson made the speech denouncing foreigners so' bit terly. Excuse us, neighbor. Wc have the best reasons in the world for believing that he did so. . He was a bitter and malignant Know Nothing and the leader of that party during its existence, and it is worthy of the man who went back on his mother and who is like "Japeth in -search of his father." Mosby is a" "bright and 6hining light" among the Radicals of this place. Some of them have worn oat the lining of their 6tfat pockets carry ing around his speech and pulling it out to read to their friends! These very 6amo men six years ago threat ened to hang their neighbors for even mentioning his name ! Ho ! ho ! He ! he ! Ain't it remarkable ? Congressional Aspirants. Previous to the Radical Congres sional COnVeution, wc predicted that if Morris undertook to push the claims of a man from this county, that his senseless arguments would be his po litical death. When he assumed tha Preble county had a right to chooso Congressman siinply because she nev er had one, tnen every old political hack in the county set up bis claims and if he could not get it himself, no one else should, no matter what his qualifications were. Old praise-God bare-bones was a delegate ho had some aspirations he had grown grey and feeble in opposition to the Dem ocratic party. One time he held the office of Commissioner he praved three or four times a day and thank ed God he was not like other men. He was President of a Rail Road, and understood the Rail Road Jodgc. If he could not get the nomination, this county should not be represented his claims were net to be slighted. There was another old sockdolager delegate, who bears a striking resem blance to Forepaugh's Romeo. At one time he sold whisky by the drink and made money bv the profitable traffic then became a fierce temper ance advocats attends all Masonic funerals was at one time a Blue Light Federalist 'was County Commission er one term, beaten the second is at ways 011 hand at county Conventions to noh'iiiValq, Benj. Homan for Poor House Director, but his great and crdwnirig glory and greatest qualifi cation for Congress was Walking from West Alexandria to Baltimore, part of the way barefoot, with knapsack ou rack stullcd with corn dodgers, all for the glory of the Republic. It confidently asserted that it took VoOOO, to soothe the aspirations of these old codgers and transfer their influence Over to Montgomery coun ty's candidate. If they live long enough they will be on hand again to repeat the same pleasant and profita ble performance at the next Congres sional ConveiiHon. Casualities. On Saturday last, near Camden an old man during the heat of the day was prostrated by a"s6n stroke." Soon afterward there was a young man in the immediate neighborhood prostra ted by a father 6troke with a wagon whip. On the sanid day, near West Alex andria, Timothy Hay, while standing iu a meadow, was cut iu two by a mow ing machine. He leaves a wife and two children, in easy circumstauces rather, he leaves a grass widow and two children in clover. On Sunday evening last, on Main street, Amos Keeter was killed instant ly by a young matij.forprescTifing his bill to him while escdrting his lady love home. Sad. Morris says Christ was not a Dem ocrat. When the Register man sunk the modest Quaker into the shouting Methodist he pretended Id kllow all about the doings and sayings of his Jesus. We do not claim to be on such familiar5 terms with the "meek and lowly" Nazariuc as Morris, yet ye are of the opinion that Christ was not a modern Radical by a long shot.; He who taught peace, chariiy and for giveness ho who said upon the Cross "Father forgive them, for they know not what they do,? could have 110 af finity with the withered Morton, the cock-eyed Butler or the loitering gift taker. He accepted rid presents ho had no $50,000 Cottage by the Sea df Gallilee he Exhibited no love for bull pups or fasWiorses, and when he said "blessed are the pure iu heart," he had 110 allusion to such a corrupt combi nation of thieves and. robbers,, as the Radical party now in power; Our town did not languish for pu gilistic excitement last week, notwith. standingthe fizzle of Mace and 'Bald win, for on Friday morning one of our citizens who has got up quite a reputation lately, was on his "muscle." He tackled one of our "boys" about town, intending as he said; "to clean him out in a minute so he would have to keep his bed for three weeks," but he failed most gloriously as he now knows. The result shows a black eye on tho boy, and a swelled jaw on the man: . '. ' ' Sec Dr. "WVE.IIawley's Dentai card, lie will be in his new rooms the lat ter part of this week prepared for all who may give him a call. $500,000 THOUSAND. Flower has been sold in this State in three months. "We only ask you to go to the drug store of J. II. Rohrcr Cam den and get a Bottle Fuee of chabgk; or a regular size at 75 cts. Every Bottle warranted to cure Dyspepsia or Liver Complaint, Sickheadache, Costiveness, Heartburn, Waterbrash, Sour Stomach j Indigestion, Impure Blood, and all dis ease caused ty Impure Blood, or derang ed Stomach and liver. Try it. ARE YOU GOING WEST? ,. so, purchase vonr Tick ets, over, be old reliable-anil popular MISSOTJKI PAlaFit! RAILROAD, wblcll Is. positively, the only Line that runs three Daily Express Trains from St. T-ouIsto Kansas City and the West! and Is, posilively, the ojily Line which runs Pullman's Palace sleepers and fine, Day Coaches (especially for movers) equipped with Millers Satetv IMatform and the Patent Ifleam' Brake, TTiO-M ST. I. V IS to Kansas City,-Fort Scott, Parsons, Lawrence, Leavenworth, Atchison, - St.- Joseph, Nebraska City, Council BlutTsand Omaha wilhoHt ehautre. For information in regard to Time Tables, rates, Actoany point in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Texas or California, oall upon or address, S. 11. Thompson, agent, Missouri Pacific R. It. Co lumbus, Ohio; ore. A. Ford, General Passeneer Aecnt, St., Louis, Mo. . . No trouble to answer questions. March 28. 4S72-JT1. DEATHS. At the residence of his parents, in Eaton, on the 1-lth inst., of Internal Hemorrhage, Joshua J. Brixgman, aged 16 vears aud 6 months. EATON MARKET. WEEKLY BY THE ASSOCIATION. BUYIJfo. Flonr.pcrbbl - r S 7 Ti l'otalocs, per bushel 30 wbeiit, do flo ..125 Corn. io do 35 liutter, per 15 Lard, per P... 8 Ktrss, lcrdoz...' 12 Bacon, rlc:ir sidCH per lb. 8 " ShoMors " - Hams " " U MilR.ses, per quart...-. Xfn-OrJ(!iins. tht ; . Selling ?S 50 20 Syrtip, io i-jucrar pertb Corn .Meal, m-r lb 12.U.K. T-n, per lb . bait, per bbl....; 1 1 10 2 oil CINCINNATI MARKETS. FROM DAILY ENQ'R OF WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12TH mTTTrirt...'...:. imx MOIASSRS. OVS75 HKFIIfKl) ..4(K&.so COFFEE 2HW-24 'M h. I'.IS r. 12 ni.ll. 1W22 ltlKOLEUM. 2l(a-a EU(iS 13 J.AKJ Ul Ij 7:tf.; FI.OI.K 7 10- l.'B 7 10fff7 2. l'OTATOV.Snr.lil.Sl.S-jiirjl L1SSKED OIL. SH KXTRK W S"'l7 HO Ml3 I'OliKS.03 7r 13 50 fa ii it, y s am- as WIIKAT 1 WCi (K) HA5IS i UtelJ HOUL,DEKS... 1-2 SIDKS .......7(7 1-2 I.ATtD S 3-lf9 HOGS, GROSS....! 15IV5 5 00 CO ItX (aAl OATS ..XfVilia ltYK clVitTO HUMAB J .i '? 11.? UEFIi'D..lll-4(Li-12 1-1 rvi'J l- S :(5 CHICKENS . 7.V.i4 The "Excelsior School Scat Manufac turing Company " will pay Cash per BS KOK .FROM 5000 to 300 jOO Feet OF Green Walnut Lumber, 'ii inches thick, to ho delivered Lumber Yard, in Eaton. WM. BROOKE, Secretary. , February, 22, 1872k-tf. Eaton, UTLUMBER RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Cincin, Eaton & Richmond R. R. RAILWAY LINE. Passenger Trains will ran on this Hoad, leaving tiio sevRrr.l &tatioi3 as follows : Upward Trains. Downward Trains. Mail Tbain- L&AVKS A. M. 8.10 , 9.2l .H7 .4 9.54 10.04 10 J3 1U.31 10.40,' SIailTKaiJi lavk p. i Rreitiwsa 640 1). W. Junction. ..C.45 Westville 6.55 Florence .02 Sew Hope - 7.10 Katon 7.19 n.irnetTo 7.42 Camden...., ;.7.48 SoineMille.; .7.59 CoHiiMvinc. 8.08 SpvmMIJe... V.Jl Hamiltol S.42 Arr. at Cinciunatl .. 9.4& ClUOAOOElPB'S. A.M Uicbmouu .- 6.3' I). AW. Junction ....6.:f WestviUe... 6.1J Florence..'.' ...6.4jJ Xow lloie.. .....6.57 Katou .- : 6.34 Itarnefs 7.-24 Camden 7.30 HoiiKM-vilie 7.40 Collinsville .....7.47 Seven Mile 7.5U llnmilton 8.14 Oliicimrrtl.v... .0 Cinclimati... liiimlloll Seven Milt! .. C'olliHsville.. Somerville Ha aiuuen iruet lalou ,. .. ev Hope loreuc: ...10.4? ...10.M Wcstville . & w. Junction. .11.0-i .11.15 Arr. at Kicliujond 'HTOAGO Exrit's r.M iucinnati 7.00 lamilton 8.03 Seven Mile ...8.21 ....s.m ...S.ifi 8.t9 8.50 9. IB ....9.21 !!.'.9.34 ....9.41 nllmsv .10 Somerville. aiudcn arnet s ... aton . . .,, . . ew ircptl. lorenro' .. Weslville.. it W. Junction ...9.53 .10.00 Kichiuoud D. McLAREN. Snci. WILLIAMS. Ass't. sunt. . . Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis RAILROAD. PAiS-IIANDIiE ROUTE. CONDENSED TIME CARD. RICHMOND & CHICAGO DIVISION. JUNE 2ud. 1S72. : ; G O I N O NORTH. JN'O. 8. Ko. 10- Cincinnati, , 7.45 a.m. 7,00 p.m. Kiclimonii, 11.45 a. m. i0.05p.rn. H..!,'erstown, 13.11 p. m. in.50 p. m. Mew Castle, . li.W l. m. 11.23 p, m. Anderson . 1.00 p. m. 12,20 a. m. Kokorao, 2.59 p; iii. S.oo o. m. LoKansport...... S.4a p. m. 8.20 a. m. La Crus.fe, .30 p m. 5.25 a. m. Cliicago, ., ... t 10.30p.m. 8,30 a.m. OOIHGI SOU T H. ' Ko. 1. Ko. 3. Chicago 7.45 p.m. 8.08 a.m. La Crosse, 10-.50 p. m, 11.00 a. m. Loiransiort . 1.00 a. m. 1.20 p. m Kokomo, . 2.00 a. m. 2.25 p. m. Anderson, 3.53 a. m. 4.13 p. m. New Castle 4.58 a. m, 5.15 p. m. llaserstown . 6.3tt o. m. 6.47 p. m. Riclimond, . 6 15 a. m. 0,30 p, m. Cincinnati , 9.20 a. m. 9.55 p. m. No. 8 arrives State Line at 9.55 P. M.. and No. 10 at 6.10 A. M. Io. 10 leaves Oh Icaco Dally, except Saturday. Ail other Trains start Daily, except Sunday. ... . CONDENSED TIME CARD. Columbus and Indianapolis Division. OOINti'lVESr. No. . Ko. 6. - No. 10, Plttsbnrprh, Columbus Mill'onl Center. Uubana. ' Plqua, Bratlt'ord jun., Oreeitvile..... Illclimonil Oambridpre, C. IvniKhtutown ,. Indianapolis . 3.oo p. m. 12.:i5p. m. 1.55 p. m. 2.13 p. m. 3.53 p. m. 4.25. p. ni. 4.52 p. m. 5.53 p. ra. 6.37 p. Ul. I. 45 a. m. 10.10 a. m. II. 28 a. ui, 12.15 p. m. 1.20 p. m. 2,00 p. m. 2.2 p. m. 3.20 p. m. 4.03 1. m. 9.30 a. m. 6.10 p. m. 7.18 p. m. 8.03 p. 111. 9.05 p. m. 9,40 p. m. 10.10 p. m. 11.17 p. m 12.00 a. m' 12.50 a. m" 2.20 a. m 8.40 p. m. 6.10 p, m. i.S'.p. 4.-ta p. iu. GOING EAST. No. 1. I J'o. 5, Ko. Indianapolis... Kniifhtstown,. Cnnlirll(Te ..... KiclimoiKl Greenville liradtord Juu, I'iqua, Ilrhana, SlHl'ord, Ceu't Columlius, Plttsliugh, .. I 3.5 a. m. I 9.40 a. m. I 6.45 p. m. 11.06 a. in. I 8.19 p. ni. 11.53 p, m. I 9.20 p. m. 13,30 p. m. I 9.59 p. m 1.32 p. ni. 11.02 ii. m. bMi a. m. l f 5.50 a. m. f I 6.30 a. m. I I 7.30 a. m. 1 I 8.10 a. ill. I 2.15 p, m. 12.4a p. m. j 8.30 a. ni. I 2.38 p, m. 12.08 p. m I 9.2.1 a. in. f 3.39 p. m. I 1.09 p. in. I 10.04 a. m. 4.23 p. m. I 1.55 a. ni. I ll.o." a. m. I 5.30 p. m. I 3.90 a. m. i 6,35 p. m. I 1.00 a. ni. 1 13.10 m. Nos; 2 and 7 run Daily; All other Trains Dally, except Sunday. . B M-rrcna, Gen. Pass & Ticket Ag'U January 3d,-1872-ly; . T, Executor's Notice. Xotice is hereby gi'vcii that the under signed lias this day been duly appointed and qualified Executor of the Estate of John llarter, late of Preble countv, Ohio, deceased. J. II: MAliKEY, Aug. 7, 1872.v3pd.. Executor. THE immense uemand for IIOLLOWAYS PILLS and OINTilliNT, has tempted unprinci pled parties to counterfeit these valuable medi cines. - -, . In order to protect the public and ourselves, we have issued a new -'Tr.iiie Mark," consistinc: of an Kirypiiau circle of a serpent, with the letter H in tho centre, livery box of genuine Holoway's 1'ili.s and Ointment will have this trade mark on it: none areeeuuine without It. N. Y.CIlliAUCAL CO., Sole Proprietors, 7S Maiden Lane, Kew York. John D. Pask, Cihclnnall, Ohio, Sole Agent for h e State. mtlie Bro's, HOUSE & SiGN PAINTERS, GHAIlTEPwS AND GLAIZEES, Donahoe's Buildins, up Stairs, Main Street, tlaton, Ohio. Mixed Paints. Oils, Putty, Glass, Ac in nuaittitics to suit purchasers, for sale cheap. fVb..l6, 1S72.-11'. SPRING OF 1872. m OURIS TURM! !a3 received hia Immense Stock of Comprisine;: 200 'Fine Assorted Cassi- mere Suits. : 150 Light Business Suits! 300 FancySattinett Suits lOOLinsn Suits. and a complete assortment of and Blue. Cloth. Coats! -The litest Styles of- Sinr Wei! such as - Linen Strip cs? xlipacGss. Ixusfcr, And a tall Assottment ot Q I. O T' H IIIff ' My Stock Op Gents' Furnishing Goods, Complete, and I Defy Con!petltlon.: ThiB Styles of Mat & (Daps Comnrlslntr all Colors that Can be Found. KEEP OONSTANTti OS HAND THE LATEST UMBRELLAS, Trunks Si Valises, -OF XVL- SIZES &; GRADES ! ttS" Would most fcspectfuily iuvite the iiublio to call and ami examine my Sto.-k and learn prices. NOTHING CHARGED -FOK Sliowing Goods !! MY MOTTO "Quick Sales! ' -AND- ii ONE PRICE!" Stonlii'iis' liuililini;, Opposite Coil1'1 House, Katon, Oliio. Sill Cliilii NEW THIS WEEK. 1872; 1872 CAMPAIGN have ju3t ' Completed ENS' -FOR1 iPRIHG& These Goods arc mode with the - view - of offering to the public CLTOHING WELL MADE!! AT THE SAME COST And in many instances louver than Eas tern made; . All Goods SHRTJNKJBe. FORE MAKIXTG-, I call special attention to my Stock Of PIECE GOODS -SUCH AS. PLAIN AND FANCY ftSSIiEHEm. Chevoits, IVIeltdiiS, Diaoonkls &hf Nco. &e. In all the latest shades and styles for OKDEK WORK. Furnishing Good S; Call and exaiuiiie tJootfs before buying as I an determined this Spring to offer such fifuliicpments;.! ' vUll secure the trade of every body. , . - . ; J. WOERKER, Baron street, Eaton, O. Third door door of Main street East side. April 11, lsr.'.-yi-.l mm 0 'a8 Glothing VESTING! HATS, G A :AND- BU Y TH BEST ! Knox's Practical WASHING MACHINE! CLOTHES WRINGER. A HEALTH PREHEKVEttL AIIMKHAVKR! i : A STHKKOTH PAVKFf ' . - tiOAV AND -VVKU 8AVFU! ' ' bTKAM AH AN ACiKXT, ffThe advnntapeof tins machine are 1. It rsmnll. ItUoes not slop; can be tuedtaf carpeted rotms. ' J ' 2. It is e;ixily vrtwkod; a child of ten years can ojfpratetho AVashcr. " a. It -nrH a41 thewi-n known benefits of tudn suds boilinir bcrt. Noboilititc of..clotnereiohn.il. 4. Thore is murli Iphh wwr to lite garment tiiao tht-rc Is whrn IVielton M iViHed- ' 5. ' It W3rcp; k ciiup that whrti taftlnv Is k-now,.tih price carl iw)t sfjuieT In tho way any fHtiiily wff(ifnjr to purchase one. ' rt dos the whola-worle wastiftifr. rlmlnff and bhwifi without the use of 'Woab-tob or wun bonrd. 2 , 7. TIicWHi(-n(elf-flJtiatInir,anl lacapablo of wrinjrinrsfy article of dot bin fxom a laoe col- W?. thp nnflors(ifrrrrt-. hftv4nir tpsfpd tfUF&fflcicnc' of Knox's PrKCtlcuV MTMrlilne and Clothes WrinKcr, ttc pi?Biire In recomnp nding X to tlitf puhiic-. A a lKbor-saTinj? malii1ii't fiir surnrmse auyiHinoi iue ainn we uavetrwicppni vuii?i worka mo injtiry to the clothes, but clean then. In Hia nninkcHt nnd simnlest manner nosirfhle. Any onlinary washing can be done in from two te three hours, and me, laoor n uoininu curopitrwi iu nmw necoswarj' hy any other mode. We consi'Ier it th4 most? perfect or all the MrosUIne Machines evet brought to our notice t .'.-,.--' Uth. U: .J..M'LAUGIILIN', : . a1; e: brookins: '! ellen fisiier,: Mary a.jwaggoner: " Dr. STEPHENS. , . Wm. BliOOKEi ALFRED DENNY. -" JACOB CHRISTIAN. " ANTHONY YOST. ll II. B. V-ANAUSDAL. ti T 3rt -17-r rnm SALLY OAM?BELL. For further Information, addresa, CHAMPION. Washing MachiheCpmpany '.. Acuta, Ohio. - vfho are nrfnared to furnish Moohhirs'on lihort notfee, at wholesale nm retail. ItSTERRITORY C.IWaggoner, Agent, arch 14, H7: in-. ' - J- A1 1 K.IC Bi New Mairafactbry SAOLERY AND HARNESS!! John Huppbi Jri ' HAS GPENK1 A ' SADDLE & HARNESS SHOP II in the Aorta Room of ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING, . tN CHERRY STiaCET, : ' ( . And proposes to do all kind of work in ' ins line, in ttie " Venr Best and Latest Style.' Call and Examine ;Work. Eaton', Febi 1872-m - New Firm II AT .' ' . . RESSLER'S OLD S TAND; K ester & Laiige Carriage, Huggy, . , ana.: Spring Wagon Manufactory. ' . . They would call the attention of thir friends and me puoiic geuorany it vaiuu mw iiteir NEW STOCK - tt Carriages, Buggies &c: Before imrchaalngelsowUtnro. .- . . . Special attention paid to- Repairing.' mMll tVorJc lfarrunWca stgive trs A CALL,.- , KESTERr&LftKCF. Fphmarr if. 18r;-yrl . ., Ftfjriiij V a no cjsn ie s .v AND ' ''-'"- ' '-' f PRODUCE. - . - r- . - ' ffitflTIRS S : HILL Invite attention- td tteir tock of, jam-, ily grocicjues and pbpduve, ,of which , they keep a full and complete stock at their old stand ou - s Baron Street Eaton, O. Wa flatter ourselves that we can sell as low as anv other house in town, and. will keep always on hand the best brands of - .-."' ' -J PROVISIONS. VEGETABLES. AI.MOWD8 SPICKS,- !ii-v, TEAS.; - .... COFFKHr' - BAISITTS, ...... ... JJUTTEB, ... CHKE8B. -'-' . 1TAM&. SHOOLDKRS, FAMILY FLOUB, CORN MEAL, & KICK A - . . .. .' ALSO '-- - Salt by the Barrel. The patronage of the public is solicited . dan li. lord yi. l. quinn -. , i J. 3. UIN N EATON StEAM ELEVATOR GRAIN DEPOT; Highest JtlarUet Mrice J-RAIN AND SEED ! - earoF all kinds-o .t Prnm thplr lonir MDcrlncc tliey clalirl to'nnrtpr- Mand tbe business and lo be aile thereby to curry it on o as to be sai to tnenweivea ami prunianie io farmers. Call at their Warehouse, west, of lUUroad .. ." J. L. OTJINN & SON. : T. S. The ilTOHEST CASH TltlCE PAID l-'OK LKAFTOHACtXl. '- CJan. 1S.1 J. E. WHITING-, IS V ' -AND- .'-'-.... PLAIN' PAINTER. Glossing, Marbling,Grainipg; - A?ff)- '-' - ' - v Paper Hanging Executed with Meatiims nml LiKiiatcb,-(H - Office, in Minor's DtriLui, Opposite' the Court Houee.' EATON, OHIO. fn'iT-M JOTyiiOUSE. MORRIS; EOIY,.; Prep'r. MainSt,!Oclci FellovvsBlock,' Eato-', Ouio. i Stabliiig for 100 Uorscs. "Livery,a( all hours.. -Free Omnibus to amlfiora all I riiiiiB, by S.'li. Sample. Jan. 4, 1872. yl. . -: . CRAN. AND SEEDS. THE trntTersigncd would call the at tention of the farjners of lYcblc ronntw. to the" fact that', they have established thcuisclvea. i" the Grain biiMliicsf.it tli VanAuda 'VarChouscsouth of eatt.; Main Street railroad crossing, wlu ro. we will k'ivc he highest market price for Grain and Seedrt. . .. COOK & MILU K. Xov'yl.tf