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TOWN AND COUNTRY!
Encourage Home Industrv.
Pcbushkb Evert Thcssoay Mokxixg b
GEO. W. MEHAFFEY.
Persons indebted to ns for one years
subscription will find au "X" following
the names wntten on the taargin. Two
years two XX'a &c. We want money
and most have theae little bills settled.
itr All new Subscriptions to
the "Democrat" must invariably
be paid for in advance. Terms,
$2 00 per annum.
TO C0RRESP0N DEBTS. Letters
on subjects of local and general interest
will have the best attention.
NO letter will be inserted unless the
the wrjter communicates his reaj name
and address, not necessarily for publica
tion, bntas a guarantee of good faith
VTSITIrJO- CARDS. Packages
of beautiful Visiting Cards, neatly
E Tinted, fifty in a eae at $2,00 can
e had at this Office.
I. O.ofG. T. Meets every Tuesday ev
ening at H o'clock, at Temple Hall.
Rev.T. S. Gcthbib, wU preach
ia the Christian Chapel, on the
corner of Baron and 8omers
Streets, ou Buuday next, at 10J
n'.ilork. A. M. aud alto in tbe
4ining of the Mime day at 7 o'
dfeck, P. M .
The Democrat Job Office.
Probably no other ooontry town
in the State if any where- eon
turn out a neater job of printing
than Eaton, and we are pleased
to state that with the facilities
that we now have we can turn
out as good work as can be found
anywhere. We are determined
to suit all "reasonable" people in
the style and prices, and Invite
everybody to come and ee.
As fast as new designs in type,
ornaments, etc- will be added
fast as proiliiced by the foundries
and in all things we intend that
the "Deittoorat shall rank with
the best. 3$3mP'.
If a neighbor of the editor of
the ICcgifter possessed a vicious
dog, aiid said editor was in the
uauib va. i w . . B
til finally he inserted his teeth
into tbe seat of the editor's wis
dooi, and a jury should return a
verdict of "served him right," ac
cording to bis mode o proving
ns advocating mob law, he would
put tlmt jury down in favor of
The Weather. We are al
most afraid to brag on the weath
er. It is not a dead sure thing
in the mo6t reliable climate, and
-we feel a little delicate on the
subiect in this one. lint in a
climate where the change are so
rapid and intense that a ther
mometer has not got a furr show,
it is called on to change so quick
ly, any predictions as to weather
ia of questionable propiety, and
the only safe mode e pursue is
to wait until it comes, and talk
about it after it has gone.
If any young chap should be
disappointed in his matrimonial
arrangements or "jilted' by
"vidder," and wauls neat Oafou
lars setting forth She facta, call
on "Miss Kancy" of the Eaton
"Register."' Specimen copies on
Jtlaple .llolnsHett. We no
tice a number of farmers ro town
selling Maple Molaspea. There
is a Tery ready market for it, and
no difficulty ii found lu disposing
of it at $1,50 per gallon. We
have never had our taste educa
ted to Maple Morasses liking but
there are people who profess
be fond of it. tt depends si to
gether on how a mau has. been
raised. The ran this season has
been excellent, and we hepe
farmers will realize handsomely
on this Preble county staple.
An Interesting Picture.
"Miss Nancy," of the Register,
sitting for two weeks upon
monument ot grief, patiently
the "Committee" of
Democrat to inform, the public
which particular one wroto
article that didn't suit his pious
notions! "Shoo fly, don't bods
"The new colored organ,
Washington City, edited by Sel
la Jfartin. bears at its bead
portraiture of the Goddess of Lib
erty, as a full blooded Ethiop.
Surely, sufficient regard for white
trash might have been shown
make him at leasts mulatto.
BsB. "ChiU Dame" this Thursday
Eveuing at Minor's Hall. Turnout.
On the 23rd of September, '69,
I insured my property, consist
ing of a House, Furniture and
Clothing, with the Ohio Farm
er's Insurance Company, G. D.
Holmes, Agent. On the 4th of
January, 1870, the house was en
tirely consumed by fire. My in
surance, 1 received promptly
from the Company. I heartily
recommend every farmer in the
State, who h3 property not in
sured, to insure with this com
pany in preference to any other.
JOHN W. McDIVITT.
Roll of Honor.
The following persons have
paid their subscription to the
Democrat, for which they have
our thanks, and best wishes for
long life and great prosperity.
We hope all others indebted will
follow their good example:
John Kessling, to feb.
J. II. Kessling, "
Solomon Banta, " "
TLosJ. Wilkinson" "
Thomas Woody, " M
S 8. Dix, " tt
Kelly Swiaher, "
J. W. Allen, to jan
gU outP'..Shoo, fly, don't bod
uci ii. c.
Don't Roddjr JfKe. Bus
iness men don't like to be an
noyed by unimportant questions.
When you seek information from
one of these worthy chaps he
replies, "Shoo Fly, don't .Bodder
me." When a man says that the
Eaton boys are lively fellows and
that they know how to enjoy a
country "dance" they wink one
eye and breathe out f'Sho Fly,
don't bodder me." When bum
mers visit printing offices and
annoy the hands, they should
mutter fearful curses, and with
blazing, fiery glances, otter fear
fully 8hoo, fly, don't bodder
me. When a man says that this
ic not the beet paper in the coun
ty, all subscribers go one eye on
him, and tell him he is In the
dark, and the editor laughs at
his stupidity, and says "You
Things see JLike to See.
We liko to see young ladies who
are bitter enemies kies each oth
er very affectionately, when they
meet! it reminds of a man nam
ed Sudan, who lived several years
ago! We like to see a fashionably-dressed
lady promenading tbe
streets wearing a blue silk dress,
trailing a yard behind her in the
mud it cleans the street so nice
ly! Wo like to see a young man
very polite and obliging to other
young ladies, while he is scarce
ly civil to bis two big sisters at
home it proves that the lords
of creation are void of deception!
We like to see little boys go to
church in the evening and amuse
themselves by sticking pins in
their sleepy neighbors it shows
that they are not "burying their
talents in the earth!" We like
to see a man invariably throw
his newspaper, boots and hat in
the middle ot the floor, for his
tirod wife to pick up it is evi
dent that he remembers his pro
mise to cnerisn nerr we like
to choir spend the time during
divine service. in whispering and
telling sturies it helps us to ap
preciate tt e Bermon, aua con
vinces us that they are capable
of singing "with the spirit and
the understanding also!' We
like to see young ladies keep
their jaw s in constant motion en
dcavoring to masticate a hugh
hall of chewing gum it leoks
lady like! We like to see a man
sporting fast horses, while
owes to the printer, and gives
nothing to the ministers it looks
honorable! We do not like
see express agents "snappish."
There are many other things
would like to see but we forbear.
All persons indebted to
Arm of Stephens & Scoven, must
close up their accounts by
1st of April from anu after that
date tbe books will be left in
handa ot Squire Larsh for coK
lection. I am going to leave
town and our account must
closed by that time.
E. C. SCOVEN,
the firm of Stephens & Scoven.
March 4, 1870 wS.
Olive Logan, Bays that the
offspring of free love, containing
tnree-iourtDs wnitc and one-
fourth nigger blood, is suscepti
ble ot a much higher degree of
cultivation than the product of
pore whue blood. It's a pity
Olive couldn't get some tull
blooded African to love her.
Subscribe for the DEMOCRAT.
Little or no mud.
Club Dance this Thursday.
The cold snap made loafers
business has not revived.
EveryDody is waiting for the
The general complaint is'hard
The "Old Folks" will give a
grand Ball and Supper at Min
or's Hall, of which due notiee
will be given.
Sugar making has already
commenced in many localities.
"Jifiss Nahcy'" whines tremen
dously because all the reading
matter contained in tbe Demo
crat ie not written for it Bah !
Poor thing we her ignorance.
Dull times made another fail
ure in town last week.
This an open winter that is
it is open to objections.
We print sale bills on very
short notice and on reasonable
terms terms at this office. Send
in your orders.
We are now giving a large a
mountof reading matter, and we
want more readers.
We are unable to give any fur
ther news in regard to the rail
road enterprise, this weak. We
have "interviewed" several of
our railroad men, but they are
rather reticent, and we ware Dot
very successful. It is said "Great
bodies move slowly." and this
one of the dimensions hence its
snail like movements.
Sobscribers keep coming in.
Ourbooks are always open to
those who want the best paper
for the money, published in Pre
ble county. Roll in your names
and stamps, friends.
Subscribed at Office T. J.
Wilkinson, S. S. Dix, T. H. Far
rel, Kelly Swisher, and Henry
Some the Salient Points of Radical
1st. The terms of surrender
violated. 2d. Amnesty Proc
3d. Negroes emancipated, and
created into citizens, and exalted
above white men.
4th. The President impeached
and shorn of his Constitutional
rights and functions.
5th. The Supreme Court nul
lified 6th. Congress exalted into su
7th. State dismantled and sub
jected to military rule.
8th. State Legislatives used as
mere tools of the central power
9th. Regularly elected Rep-
i; til, Xvvjt l 1 4 a mj iv i. va Mwt
aa in rnnr001 j
resentatives m Coogresa,
fttaia Aawmhlipa nncsatitf.
State Assemblies, unseated and
Radicals and Niggers, who never
where elected sdmtted to their
10th. Tbe individual rights of
property and the lives of citizens,
the sport oi Military Commanders
llth. All the business Interests
of the country prostrate.
12th. An uncompated debt of
thousands of millions to be used
to impoverish, degrade and en
slave tbe white laboring people
of this country.
A gifted and eloquent Senator
has pronounced reconstruction
to be "Organized Hell" It is the
overthrow of tbe old Con
stitution, and the extinction
A Sad Accident. A little
daughter of Hon. Henry Shide
ler, whilst playing with s pistol
had her index finger, of her left
hand so badly shattered from
the accidental discharge of the
pistol as to require amputation
at tbe upper joint, which was
perfarmed by Dr. Stephens.
Parents cannot be too careful
keeping fire arms where children
cannot get at them.
aa. The meanness of the Rad
ical party Is strikinly illustrated
by its mskiag the poor, crippled
soldiers who grind organs on the
atreets of our cities for a living,
pay a license of ten dollars
annum, for the Drivileee.
any person can conceive a more
ridicnlons or outrageous piece
villainy than this, let them speak
out. Tbe bondholder pays no tax
W e wll send the New York
Bee Jurnal" and National Agri
culturist" and the Democrat"
both one year for $2,50 Address.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
SEALED bii will be received by the
Council of the Incorporated Village
of Eaton, Preble Cou-ty, Ohio, at the
office ol the Clerk of said Corporation,
until Saturday, March 19th, 1870, at 12
'clock, M.. on said day. for building the!
Tows Hall, Council Chamber, &c.,inj
8id v illnge. The bids will be required
to be made soperately for the different
portions of said work, as follows, to-wit:
1st. Bids for furnishing the brick de
livered on the ground.
2nd. Bids for the brick and stone ma
sonry, including lime and sand.
3rd. Bid for the finding and cutting
the necessary stone.
4th. Bids for the carperter work and
finding the lumber.
5th. Bids for the galvanized iron work
6th. Bids for plastering, including
7th. Bid: for the wrought iron work.
8th. Bids for constructing said .Build
ing as an entirety.
The work to be done in accordance
with the plan and specifications now on
file in the Corporation Clerk's office.
Each bid must .contain the full name
of any pe:aon interested in the same,
and shall be accompanied with a suffi
cient guaranty of some disinterested per
son that if the bid is accepted, a contract
will be entered into and the performance
of it properly secured.
.Bias for both labor and materials
must state each seperately, and the price
None but the lowest responsible bid
will be received, and the Council reserves
the right to reject any or all the bids
The contracts will be paid ia tbe bonds
of the Village, which sa'd bonds, as well
as the p'aos and specifications of the
work cau now be seen at the office of the
By order ot tbe Town Uouncil.
W. W. Sn E A LOR, J. H. Foos,
Feb. 17, 1870 w3 prf $10,00.
HAVING determined to dispose of a
part of my property, I will sell at
Private Sale, the following property, to
Fifty acre of Hand lying on the Day
ton & Western Turnpike, 3 miles Est of
baton, on the above is a good lioupe
Barn, Orchard, running stock water &c
(known as the Hewitt Farm). Also, the
Hewitt Saw Mill, together with 10 acres
of land adjoining th bove. Also,
good House and Lot on High Street,
lkf I .ft. thpro i s H rmt.
rees, mi. no, v.Bm, -
Depot, on one of which there is a good
I will also offer my Stock of Groceries
entire,, and rent the room 1 now occupy
as a Grocery Romm. Any, or all of the
above property will be sold on easy
SiiyGall early and secure a bargain.
P. F, SHIELDS.
Feb. 171870 w3
Abner Haines. 1 Preble Common
I n -v
vs. fieas uraer
Simon MarienthalL J Sale onAttachment
BY VIRTDE OF AN ALIAS OBDEK
of Sal, on Attachment, in the a-
bove stated case, issued from the Court
Pleas of Preble county, O
of Common ?1
and to me directed as Sheriff of said
county. I will offer for sale, at public
auction, at the door of the Court House,
in Eaton, Preble county, Unto,
On Saturday, February, 19,1870
- , .
between the hours of one and four o clock
wjp.jt.el ssM dsy, the follow.ng d.
nnd'flcnbed Real Estate, situated in the
, , -v- .
coauty of Preble, and Atate ot Uhto, and
described aa toilows to wn. r,aion, rre
ble eounty, Ohio, and bounded and d
scribed as follows, to wit: Being and
lyins; on the north side of Decatoi
street, in said town and on tne vest side
of Beech street beginning at the point
intersecuoo, 6einr the north west angle
ui iu . ..--"e ...-v.
on the west line or side of said Beech
street, six J6 rods, pence west
(5) rods tnence soum six Lj ,
u ill "Tv r
aUU VU UW 4AVA blA UW
said Liecator street nve yo, roas to
square rods More or ess
Annruiad at 82500
-r . r T,n rriTr Ol
J. 11. liUO 1 1UA, onenu.
Eaton, Jan 20, 1870.tds prt$10-FO
"OT?fPT'TTfir tn TJ A PTTTTn'M
John D. Baker,
Daniel Stamp et al j Partition
THE above named defendants, Daniel
Stamp, Andrew M. Baker, Hannah
siariah Avery, and Albert Avery,
husband, and Mariah Stump, widow
John stump deceased, are nereby noti
fied that on the lain day ot January,
D. 1870; the abore named petitioner
John D. Baker, filed in the clerks
of the Court of Common Pleas of Preble
county, Ohio, his petition against them,
. . a e , . i : :j
tae sma aeicoamiis, nucni saiu
tioner as owner of the two undivided
sixth parts, demands the assignment
the dewer of the said Mariah Stump,
widow in, and partition of the follow
ing Real Estate, situate in the county
Preble, and State of Ohio, and describ
ed us follows to-wit "Being all of
North half of the North-east quarter
.. i -- - - ioa rr
eeciion numoer imrn-Bi KJ 111 auw
ship number six (6) in range number
three (8) east, Ac. containing eighty
acres of land, more or less.
And, the said defendants are further
notified, that said petition! r will at
March term of snid Court, A. D.
annlv for an order that said dower
be assigned, and said partition made
J. H. FOOS,
Attorney for Petitioner
Attest H. Shank, Clerk.
January 20, 1870, w7, prf. $14.00
1 Preble Common
lOHST V. CAMPBELL. JAB. A. G1LM0RB
CAMPBELL fc GILMORE,
(Successors to Gilmore A Campbell,)
ATTORNEYS at LAW,
NOTARIES PUBLIC, LAND
Gov't Claim Agents.
EATON. OW AO.
Offioa at the old stand, on Barron
Jan. 1 1869. yl.
GC BEST JM THE WORLD, &T j
Hew York Office, 27 BEEKMAN ST.
FLORAL GUIDE FOR 1870.
The first edition of One Hundred and
Twenty Thousand copies of Vick's Illus
trated Catalogue of Seeds and Floral
Guide, is published and ready to send
out. It is elegantly printed on fine tint
ed paper, with about 200 Gne wood En
gravings of Flowers and Vegetables, and
a beautiful Colored Plate consisting of
seven varieties of Phlox Drumm mdii,
making a fine
BOUQUET OF PHLOXES.
It is lhe most beautiful, as well as the
most instructive Floral Gnide published
giving plain and thorough directions for
Culture of Flowers & Vegetables.
The Floral Guide is published for the
benefit of my customers, to whom it is
sent free without application, bnt will
be forwarded to all who apply by mail,
for Ten Cents, whi,'h is not half the cost.
lm. Rochester, Mew York
J. P. BROOKNIS & SON.
Baron St., Eaton, Ohio.
feb. 14 69.yl
Insurance Company I!
i n v Mjcnruji nn n
..! IS I IWI L- LJ I I W r-l WIS J
Incorporated, Web. s, '48,
Cash Surplus, Sept.
29, I860 .... 8261,836 39
Leases Paid over - - - 278,000 OO
Insures Farm Property Only.
EXPENSES LESS, in proportion to a-
mount ot business than anv other Com
pany doing business in Ohio, and fer
i this reason its rates are lower than those
of any other Company,
j Without any Further Liability.
Haa . .,,, J
0f iU low rates, fair dealing, and
K m0st popular Comoany in the
among the Farmers. In case of lors,
this Company pays the full value of prop
erty destroyed by
Mrtre or Juightnxng ,
up to the amount insured. For Insur-
ance or turtner iniormation apply to
O. n. BOJLJtfJES, .IgH.
For Preble dpartofAfontgorn'ryOoimtias.
ADDRESS, Gratis, Preble Co.. O
Nov llth, I869,yrl.
sa v t .
oiia nd enaia unance.
. Fvt rftnrHlnarv OtTai..
Don t Delay, Send at once
nPVit T ,AQ.fl i n or A crrifiil..
OF THE" COUNTRY,
for ojyje fjmr.
The American Stock Jocbicai., A
J ua Aa m a ia uati uiuva. v vussa jbss a. a.
flt Ugg month, containing 32 large
doubIe coIumn devoled Farm.
A cu W j:T-
i i like auu ovul a. ii ccuuit'. luui nniiiiir lev"
ui8r de partmentB far the F radical 1 arm-
Dairyman. 8tock Breeder. Wool
Qrower) and Poultry Keeper, Ac, Ac,
... .illustrated wiUi numerous fine En-
aviD es and bound in handsome tinted
cover,- Fsrtner4 find lhis monthly
of a .fficient aid in all the deportments
of Farn)ing and Stock Breeding It has
a Veterinary Uepart uent under tae
ch of one of the ableat Prefers'iB
the ftBited State, who anBwers through
, lh .tODRKAIj fr oJ chargt!t M qufiations
i-relating to Sick, injured or Diseased
Horses, Cattle; Sheep, Swine or Pool
, Uj Thu8 eyery Sub8cnber has a Horgo
ana Cattle Doctor free:
We are ow prepared to 0ffeT the A
MRRIfilN 8Tr;K J llIRSAI.
rrsfi ni.it for one venr: in all nns xtih.
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scriocrs (or renewals) to ine democrat
who shall subscribe immediately and pay
in advance, jms is a rare opportunity
wn,ch tne intelligent people ot oor see-
tion will no doubt duly appreciate
Hand in your subscriptions at once and
secure the STOCK JOURNAL free for
for a year. Signed Sec.
Oko. W. Mehaffuy, Publisher.
Nov. 11, 1869 tf.
NEW!! NEW !!
J. N. LONGNECKERc
"TTOTJLD respectfully J announce
TT the citizens of Eaton and vicinity
that having purchased the entire stock
of Groceries of Stannah & Bro , will al
ways be lound on hand one door West
the National Bank, with a lame and
well seleoted stock of
fIROCERIES 0 MOTIONS
tf oc u
Coffe, Tea, Sugar!
Molasses, Syrups, Nuts, Fresh A Oove
Oysters, bardines. Indigo, btarch,
Soda, Matches, Candles, Lamps
Queensware, Fresh Butter,
Crrckers, Cheese, Cigars, Smoking To
bacco, Uuewing tobacco, clacking
Frcth & Pickled Fish, Ac. Ac.
Bring Your Country Produoe
here if you want Cash or Cash prices
it. I take pleasure in showing and wait
i I upon customers and ask a liberal
share of the public patronage.
J. N. LONONECKER
Eaton O.. Dec. 23, 1869 moe3
gotten up Wedding Cards
nished promptly at this OiHoe:
p o o o o
5 S S !
ft Ifi "
5 g-g.n g
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ViNE YARDS, NEW JERSEY.
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE!
FOUR 'W:.li(S OJLO.
rrH13 justly celebrated native Wins is
I made from thejuico of tbe Oportive
Grape, raised in thU country. Its valo
Tonic and Strengthening Properties
are unsurpassed bsitny other natiye Wine
Bei g the pure juice of the grape, pro
ei under Mr. Speer'a own personal snt-
ervisiod, Its purity and genuineness are
guaranteed, lhe youngest child may
partake of its generous qualities, and the
weakest invalid may use it to advant- ge
It is particularly beneficial to 'the aged
and debilitated, and la suited to tbe var
ious ailments that affl.ct the weaker sex
It is. in every respect. A. WINE TO 8K
INVALIDS USE 8PEKR S PORT
FEMALES USE SHEER S PORT
WEAKLY PERSONS FIND A
BENEFIT BY ITS USE.
Sneer's Wines in Hospitals are prefpr
red to other wines.
Sold by Druggists generally, who also
sellbpeers Standard Wine Bitters.
Trade supplied by an wt oiesaie ueaiers
See that toe Signature or Alfred Bpeer
Passiac N. J., is over the cork of each
A. SPEER'S Vineyard, New Jersey.
Office, No. 243 Broadway, New York.
For Sale by J. P. BBOOKLNSiSUM
AS lvr Euoa. OVto
Boot & Shoe
HerlicL's Building, Main Street.
Tbe undersigned have) formed a co
partnership, and intend to make to or
der and keep constantly on hand a gcod
supply of Jteady Made (our own make)
BOOTS & SHOES.
S$ Repairing neat & cheap.
oly22m3 IIUTTE fe LOCK.
JTJE W SHOP.
The undersigned having put up a New
Shoe opposite Robinson, Chambers SCo's
Machine 8hop, ob the oornsr of Maple
A High Btrets, is now prepared to do
JRl Kind Re paring
IKON OR WOODWORK
short notice, having had years of
practical experience, he flatters himself
that ha can give Satisfaction to all who
may favor him with their patronage.
special attention given to
Plow & Wagon Work
jus. t. aujik.
Eaton sep.3,68 tf.
Davton & Eaton Om-
THE undersigned will run a Tail.
Omnibus line between Dayton an 1
Eaton, as follows :
Leave Eaton daily at 5 30 a. m., nrri
vinp at Dayton at 10 a. m.
Leave Dayton at p. m., arriving
at Eaton at 6 30 p. m.
Prompt connections madewith Noith
ern trains at Darton.
Passengers will be called for bv lca
ng tHeir address at the Doup House,
Dayton, and the b xress Ofiice, at
the Drug Store of J. P.pBrookias A Son,
All orders anocommissions peompllj
attended to. JAS. TOBRKNf h.
n. 1 68-yrl.
TsOOK AOENT3 WANTED FOB
XJ STRUGGLES & TRIUMPHS of
P. T. BARNBM,
Written by Himself. In One
Large Ootaro Volsme Near
lv 800 Paees Printed in En
li8h and German 33 Elegant
Full Page Engravings:
It embraces Forty Years Recollections
cf his busy life, as a Merchant, Manager,
Banker, Lecturer and Showman, and
gives accounts of his Imprisonment, his
Sacceisfnl European ToOrs, and impor
tant Historical and fersonsl Kemiuis
cences, replete with Humor. Anecdotes
and Entertaining Narrative. No bowk
published so acceptable to all classes.
Every one wants it. Agents are selling
from 50 to 100 a week. Wc offer extra
terms and pay freight. Oor Illustrated
Catalogue and Terms to Agents sent free
J. B. BURR & C0,Piib's,
Publishers, Hartford, Conn. (JanS-TOw6'
A Good Two Story Dwelling House in
Eaton; wi th good Celler and 2 to 5 Lots;
Also 4 Lots near the Depot, alt under
lence. j uim. iconuawK, iui paruuu-
lars. call on or address tbe Proprietor
in Eaton. S. H. LOCKW0
July 18, '69-w3tf.
Manhood: Row Lost. How
Just pu blUbcd, a hew cdi
tion if Br CvrvttHm'?
Celebrated Essay ot the
radical aire (without medi
cine) Of SrEBMATOUBO!!. Or
seminal Weakness, Invoiuntnry Seminal
Losses, Impotency, Mental and Physical
Incapacity, Impediment. to Marritgb,
etc. ; also, Consumption, Epilepsy, and
Fits, induced by sell. indulgence or seau
Bfli-l'rice, in a sealed envelope, oily D
The celebrated author, in thin arimffa-'
b'e esray, clearly demonstrates froAf a'
thirty years' successful practice, tfcaTthe'
alarming consequence of iolf BbtAte tnav
be radically cured without the dangerous
use of internal medicine or the applica
tion of the knife: pointing out a made of
cure at once simple, certain, and eBVc
tual. by means of which every aa Oarer, no
matter what his condition may be, nruy
cure himself cheaply, privately, and rail
I his lecture shonld he is the
hands ol every youth and ry sssm in
Sent, uuder seal, is a plain enveloft
to any address, potlpaid, on i ever pi ot
six cents, or two post stomps. 1 Also,
Dr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide," prjco
25 cents. Address. the PnbTishert;'
CIIAS. J. C KLINE at CO..
127 Bowery. V- Y., J'. O Box 4.5ltf
hov Zo, ioy yt
MUSIC GIVEN AWAY J
Or S60 Worth of New Mualc tor S3.
Purchasers or JUusio at eSMajnt
ly paying from 3 to 60 cents far ev
ery piece of mnsie thsr bay. This
is a waste of money which no fWmily
can afford, for by paying 30 cents
lor a copy of "PETERS' lUTAfCA L
M0NTTILY" you win get fVowt Pour
to Five Dollars' wortri of tbvrfftest
and BEST MUSIC, by such
as Hays. Thomas, Kiultc!, Ketler.
Wo bave limited aur oirculatio l 1K0
0 copies, beiievins thatalaraar raouili
ly edition would defeat our eds aainc-
Jy, tbe after sale of the Miiie in ftkeet
farm. THKlttKDKL KfiMKMBJ.k
tftat every nbwnbw, after oar Hasri of
lUO.ODO is reached, wifl have to nBJT 25:
(and cheap at that,) whereaBaar oreaent
price is only SB per year. SBapSBdopiss
mailed, on receipt of 39 eetw Hack
uambers supplied. 1 ml
It is our aim t give OfJCfJ
sic, and PLENTY OP IT, an4
wish it distinctly understood that i
single piece Is pat In to ffll un i
dages, for we expect no profit, RJ
its circulation oeyosa toe infrc
tion oi our Aiuiic, every rtaxre i
which is afterwards urinte inSbaat
form, AND AT FCLL PRICK.
No matter where you art a picqe of Uu
sio or Music Boost srtTssiisnJ, it sji il
ways bs had at owr establ isbment, nnl
will be mailed to you, free of postage, on
receipt of the martossr pnea. aa
No matter bow small your order, we
shall be glad to fill it.
J. tt. pmni'i
198 Broadway, N, V , P t; aMt fetO.
Nov. 26 16 tf
DELAY Is EXTItAfcaNCE.
IJEW g LACK SMITH gHOP.
NOTICE TO ALL CBJfiA-TION.
TKe undersigned has last OpSaed a
A FIRST CliASft BLrAOstSMlTH
Shop On Decator and Beech 8u. Eaton,
Ohio just above the Brewery.
Horse-Shoeing, Plows, Harrows,
Wagons, Kd fired Tool. An
made New or repaired. Also Double
Linked Chains repaired or'ntM.' -Bring
on your Work, SatiJhoeAm Witrrant4.
January. 2, X870-VT14, 7r
Books for Farm Stock
Bound Volusses of tssnasayrican
Stock Souraa for ItTffiT nnsiTs iasag ilflf
large double col u am pasrea, stent post
paid for .XW.M.iVnfyi.XUt.tl ,m
Bound Volomes of the A Bvertastsr 6iock
Journal for ln69, eoatsfnlng S8Saees,
sent post paid for
The Dairymans' Manual tor ... .25cts
The Horsenabt' Manual " ....... 25cU
The Hog Kreeders' Manual ...
Th.- Sbeep Breeders' Manual, . . .26cta
The Toultry Breeders' llaitmal, . . .'J.'.tls
Tbe whjlefive Maauala sent post pai l to
one address for ,sm$1 00
Agents wanted, to waosa libera) in
ducementa wiH be ewered. AsMless
N. P. BOYEB A CO.. iVsUiawers,
1 m3 ParktBturs,'Ctseat.fla , Pa
Joseph Trtlk, Pl'tff. )
atftSe' sTeace, of
if saSrswjaeii Tp ,
John "W. Tlnile and
partners as Unrfls'1
snd Winder, defend- Onio.
ON the 21st day of Jannerj," A. D.
1H7U. said Justice iaseed an order
of attaeasaant in thABae, teosjpu, for
tho Baca of Sixty aes jjallans eve, sight-
sen ceais. JOeKfii H! NK.
Feb. 10, 1870 w3 prfMk.
For OLIVE LOGAN'S
Great and popular work, "Bcross tub
FOOTLAOHTS AK6 JitU.UK IK Sctnu."
Descriptive of Use Tbcairjcl, Lecture
and Asnaaeavent worldio sJi tharr branch
es.from Papas Shea. to, GraaaV-Opera;
Moaaubaaks to Menafeties; Learned
Pigs to Lecteesi Buries que Seasides to
Actors and Aotdesaas. wHeatuReflec
tions On tbe Morality and Imaackwlity of
Amuseatenu Beiwg tintaioUsad m r
al, as well r ensatlqmal awrl awjuaing
Sales immense and unparaNVMr Csu
vassinir book el6 ' CtteMare bcb. bv
addressing PABMETjBJ,, "O., 1S1
rtace szTeax, uincinnmti, jr iiu
LL . i iii i i
NOTICE is heraa gvn fckaelhe un
darstgwad baa been al appointed
adntinntraor of rhB taMssf IssAc Ban
ta. late Of Preble CiatySs.sle'd.
J H. ITtmiw Att llWrtl all
Peb. 17. 1970 w3 prf fl,T5.
ISAAC Mc L AN E
LI VERY, FEED St B AliKcTT ABLE
Cherry Street, EATON', fft0.
Eaton, Februar y .1, .1870.
". ''.i,t')i s twtw -TTSBaT
Sate Rills. Posters.
Programmes, Caret, ran
be had at thin OMci .