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TOWN AND COUNTRY!
TOWN AND COUNTRY! Encourage Home Industrv.
PoBUeBtB Evkst Thwhat Mouwo t
GEO. W. MEHAFFEY.
Roll of Honor.
The following persona have
paid their abscripUoi- the
Dbkoorat, fbr which they have
OHr (hanks, and best wi-tres for
Jong lite and great prosperity.
We hope all others indebted will
follow their pood example:
Ui t,Mk KiM. to feb 1871
iMinu - -- .
C. Campbell, " "
1871
1870
1870
1871
1871
Joseph Fisher,
Oeo.Wywng,
J.W Gregg,
J.D. Hickman,
nov.
to fob.
Heligi
JYotiee. Rev.
B. J. Gkorge,
Baptist minister.
wifl preach in the Christian
Chapel on Baron street. Sabbath
Marui. 13th, 1870, at 10 o'clock
A. M., and at 7 o'clock, P. M.
All are invited to attend. There
will be ervice each evening dur
ing the week at the same place.
Grand Conceit and Festival.
Tbe Ladies of the Presi.yteri
aa Charch of this place propose
giving a Grand Concert and
Festival at Minor's Hall, on
Wednesday and Thursday eve
nines of next week, the 16th and
17th days ot the month. Ad
mittance 25 cts.
. A pleasant and interesting en
tertainment promised. Come
out everybody.
Fresh Arrival.
M. F. 8tepheos this day receiv
ed a fine assortment of Spring
Goods. Please call and see.
rxiSEffiCcuro lw.
March Term of the Court ol
Common Pleas ia now in ses-
tou Judire Gilmore on the
,
bench.
A very enthusiastic meeting
was held ou Saturday uight last
at Sugar Valley, in tha interest
vfli.de 8: - Speeches were
made bv J. II. Fooa and T. J.
Larah. The people of Dixou
Tp. want the road and are sub
acribing liberally.
Wo are having January in
March. Cold and snowy.
We were called on this week
by Henry Miller, lata Clark of
Darke Co., and a farmer of Jef
ferson Tp. Farming agree with
Henry; ha is fat and saucy.
Tan Prssbst Skasoii. -Thia is
the season of the year for mar
riages. It is the season for death.
It is the season for birth. It is tbe
season for trava). It is the seaseu
for the drama. It is the seaso
for warm clothing. And in fa
as we begun, it is the seasou for
love making; not among tbe new
mown hay to be sure, bat by' that
romantic and sentimental spot,
tbe fire side at eve. Girls, and you
big bashful innocent fellows, go
aheab. Don't be "skeered."
Friendship. In every man's
life there sooner or later, comes
a time when the services of a
friend are invaluable, and when
tbe want of them work disaster
and sometimes ruin. No man, be
he high or low, rich or poor, from
the monarch to the beggar, can
afford to loaa a friend; no greatter
folly can a man commit thau to
throw off or neglect, one whose
friendship he has no reason to
doudt.
,,The friends thoa bast, mod their adop
tion tried, Grapple them by the soul,
with hook of steel."
Discussion at Camden.
have been made for holding a
Theological Discussion in Cam
den, O., between Rev. T. 8. Guth
rie, Universalis, and Rev. John
Wiseman, Presbyterian. The
time appointed for the debate, to
commence on Tuesday, the 15th
of March instant, at 2 o'clock
P. M. Tbe discussion is expect
ed (o occupy five or six days.
It wilt be held one half the time
In tie Presbyterian Church, and
tbe remainder in the Universal
1st Chapel. Subjects Vicarious
Atonement and Endless Punish
ment. The public are invited.
H.0B.8E ASS JA 1 BILLS.
Having purchased at the Cincinnati
Type foundry the ue west Horse sod Jsck
plates, we are better prepared than aver
to do this kind of printing- Stock
breeders are requested to call and exam
ine specimens snd pries.
[Communicated.
OBITUARY.
Brother James Washington
.Maxwell was born in Fayette
County, Kentucky, on the 9th of
.March, 1790. lie moved and set
tled near Kit-bmoud, Indiana, in
1808, and was one ot those enter
pri.iug pioneers who left the
homes of their childhood to seek
new onaa in the wilderness, and
by his patient industry and labor
contributed his lull share in tm
proving the country for the ben
efit of corhing genertions. Whi'c
poets may write sua sing (he
praises of Statesmen ar.d Military
Chieftains, wa should ever re
member that it is to the honest
pioneers, like Brother Maxwell,
that we are indebted for our
homes and our civil, religious
liberty, being maintained and
handed down to as.
Brother lfaxwell married his
first wife, KesiahFleming, at New-
Pans, Ohio, on the 8th of April
1818, and lived happily with her
until tbe 31st of June, 1821.
when she was taken from him by
death, leaving him with a family
of small children to mourn ner
loaa.
He served his conntry one year
in tbe war of 1812, six months
as a substitute, during which
time be was stationed at Fort
Greenville, Dark County, Ohio;
at the expiration of his term of
service, be returned anc resumed
his labor for the support of his
family. On the 24th ot August,
1825, he married his second wife
whose maiden name was Per-
melia Ward. In 1828 he became
a member of the Masonic Order,
at Eaton, Ohio; he afterwards
became a Royal Arch mason, and
was elected to the Order of High
Priesthood, and instituted the
Chapter at Conuersville. The
member of which, in grateful
remembrance of his fidelity and
zeal for tbe Order, named it Max
well Chapter. He afterward be-
c.me a member ot tue encamp
ment, now located at Cambridge
City, Indiana. He removed to
Brookville Vn Febury 1851, since
which time he has made this his
home.
Ou the 11th of June, 1854, his
second wife died, after which he
resided with his son, George F.
Maxwell, in this place, where he
connected himself with the Pres-
byterirn Church.
He departed this life at tba re
sidence of his son Gorge, at 11
o.clock, P. M on Saturday, 26th
of February, 1870, aged 79 years,
11 months and 17 days, leaving
to survive him his sons George F.
and Thomas F. Jtaxwell.
At the time of his death he
was an exemplary member of the
Presbyterian Church, an Hon
orary member of Harmony
Lodge No. 11, at Brookville, a
member of the Brookville Chap
ter of Royal Arch Mason?, and
the Encampment at Cambridge
City.
Brother Maxwell was a kind
and affectionate husband and
father, an honest, upright man,
a devoted good Mason, and a
consistent Christian.
His work was well done, his
treat was in God, and his faith
was well founded His hopes of a
blessed are realized.
B.
Quack Docto&s.
Sprlug comes on, so
imposters, who make
-As tbe
will these
their an
nual tonrs through the conntry,
to impose upon the ignorant and
credulons. If persons would take
a second thought they would give
them a wide berth. A good home
physician whese correct practice
is essential to his success, and
who, from day to day, must face
his patients and the community,
is tba only doctor one can employ
with safety. This advice every
reader of this article out to fix
in his mind as a tenet never to
aa
depart from. Of all the patients
under the charge of these travel
ing doctors, in this county, dur
ing tbe past ten years, we know
of not one who has been cured,
but in most cases the patients
where made worse, and after be
ing fleeced out of large sums of
money where then compelled to
call on the . borne physicians to
restore them to their former con
dition. Nor did they ask to be
paid in advance, but in many in
stances bad to wait for their pay,
which sometimes was not more
than onefourth the price showed
by these quacks.
Tbe editor of tbe Bazoo( a
Democratic paper in Missouri,
Ending on his table, the other
day, the cards of a married couple,
accompanied by liberal refresh,
ments, wote up the affair in his
best style, though be knew neith
er of the parties. The " happy
couple " are negroes.
S absentee for tbs DEMOCRAT.
[For the Eaton Democrat.]
HALL OF FELLOWSHIP LODGE,
No., 106, F. A. M.
New Paris, O., March 5, 1870.
To the W. Mast Warden and
Brethren:
Tour Committee appointed at
a stated meeting of this Lodge
held Feb. 26, 1870, to draft reso
lutions in relation to the death
of our esteemed brother, Lieut.
William O'Haba, who departed
this life Feb. 23, 1870, aged 45
years, b months ana lit days,
present the following preamble
and resolutions:
Whereas: It has pleased the
Father ot Mercies again to make
an alarm at the door of the
Lodge and remove from our cir
cle our friend and brother, Will
iam O'Mara, a true and tried
Master Workman in the Lodge,
to that house not made with
hands eternal in the heavens
whose builder and maker is God,
Resolved, That we deeply de
plore the death of Brother O
hara, in which his bereaved fam
ily has lost a kind and affection
ate husband aud rather, tbe fra
ternity a good and zealous
craftsman.
Resolved, That we mourn with
his afflicted family, aud pray
that He who pitieth the weak
ness of the human heart will en
able them to be resigned to tbe
wise, though unseen dispensa
tion of Providence, and that
He will protect them throuerh
life, and finally briog them safe
ly into that peaceful haven of
rest where parting is unknown.
Resolved, That our Lodge be
draped in mourning for thirty
days.
Resolved, That these resolu
tions bespread upon the minutes
and a copy with the eeal of the
Lodge be delivered to the fami
ly of tbe deceased.
Resolved, That a copy of these
resolutions be tendered tf the
Eaton Democrat, Eaton Regis
ter and Richmond Telegram.
G. J. BEAM.
D. F. WOOFTER,
C. J. WHITRIDGE, Com.
Good. We have five men in
Eaton, that have subscribed
$1;000 each, to the Capital stock
of the Louisville and Sandusky
R. R., and seven $500,00 each.
Officers of the Preble Ce.
WW HI
Agricultural society. a. w.
Dooley, President; J. M. Dough
erty, Vice President.
Directors for Two Tears. Jas.
L. Chambers, James B. Gentle.
Thoe. F. Stephens, Hezikiah
Morton. For one Year Robert
Bell. Directors For One Year
H. B. Vanausdal, Daniel Petere,
Wm. Campbell.
Dr. J. P. Brookin, Treasurer,
Wm. A. Swihart, Secretary.
Twelve New Counterfeits
have been pnt in circulation
since the issue of our Number of
February 1st., including a new
$10 imitation of U. S. Treasury
Note, (Greenback) and several
Coupons, 5 of which were de
scribed in onr semi-monthly
number of February 15th. Pe
tersons' Counterfeit Detector.
MARRIED Oa she 2rd., iat.. at
the bride parents, by Rev. Hiram John
son, Mr. Lewis B Pksa!ser, and Miss
Mary A. Swain; all ot Preble cooaty, O
Tbk Ltcecm Bum This excellent
semi monthly for young people is in its
tbird year, and most commend itself to
all liberal mind as a Magazine worthy
of their support. It is es much to be
commended lor that which it rejects,
for that it make i ase of it; for, shunning
the monstrous and sensational style on
the one band, and ibe severely puritani
cal on the other, it finds a pleasant path
way between, along which it conducts its
readers. Published at 1 00 a year, by
LOU U KIMBALL,
1371 Madison St. Room 84, Chicago, III
Chips.
Items scarce.
Hen fruit is falling.
"Weather changeable.
Wise is convalescent,
Weather is disagreeable.
Subscribe for tbe "Democrat."
Well "po1' Miss "Nancy" of tbe
baton "Kegister.
Rain Saturday, snow Sunday, cold
Monday.
Items of a startling character are like
fowl teeth.
Everybody wants money we'un's a
mong the number.
Tl is is a good season (or ruicides
bnt we have none to record.
Tbe ground bog appears to have the
btst ot the, weather clerk.
The neck-tie worn by fashionable
young gents, are now growing longer.
The rising generation of our'town are
fully engaged in tna mar Die playing ous
iness.
We are still willing to take wood on
subscription, notwithstanding the ad
vanced state of the season.
We are constancy receiving acce
sions to subscription list. Ask your
.Democratic neighbor to subscribe ana
tba help along the cause.
it"- rall and see our specimen of
Lithographic Caids tor business men.
ar-See New Advertibemec t of the
Singer Swiug Machine.
Look Out!
All persons indebted to the
Grm of Stephens & Scoven, must
close up their accounts by tbe
1st of April from anu after that
date the books will be left in the
hands of Squire Larsh for col
lection. I am going to leave the
town and our account mast be
closed by that time.
E. C. SCOVEN,
the firm of Stephens & Scoven.
March 4, 1870-ft8.
Bargain;
In Dross Goods, Domestics, Cot
tens, Notions, fFlannels, Blank
ets, Furs, Carpets, Hats, Caps,
Shoes, and everything else at
SWIHART ft PETERS.
SSf To thoa who do not receive
their papers regular! we say, do not
blame ni We haye no authori.y to ex
ercise in tbe transmission of the mails
or wa would bar different arrangements
Legal Notices.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
QEALEDbil will be received bv the
k7 Council ot tbe Incorporated Village
of Eaton, Preble Couny, Ohio, at the
office ci the Clerk of said Corporation
ontil Saturday, March 19th, 1870. at 12
'clock, M., ob said day. for building the
lows Mall, Council Chamber, eta, in
-id Village. Tbe bids will be required
to be made s.perately Tor tbe different
portions ol said work, as follows, to-wit:
1st. Bid for furnishing the briek de
livered on tbe groans.
2nd. Bids for the brick and stone ma
sonry, including lime and sand.
3rd. Bid- for the rinding and catting
the necessary stone.
4th. Bid for the carperter work and
finding the lumbee.
5th. Bid for the galvanized iron work
and slating,
6th. Bids for plastering, including
materials.
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 oa
file in the Corporation Clerk' office.
Each bid must contain tbe full name
. m ... 1 ... -
ot any person interested in tbe same,
and shall be accompanied with a suffi
cient guaranty of some disinterested per
sou that if the bid is accepted, a contract
will be entered into and the performance
ot it properly secured.
Bids for both labor and material
mast state each separately, and tbe price
tnrreot.
None but tbe lowest responsible bid
will be received, asd tbe Council reserves
tbe right to ret est any or all tbe Olds
mads.
The contracts will be paid In the bonds
of tbe Village, which sa'd bonds, as well
as the p'ais and specifications of the
work can now be seen at tbe office of the
Corporation Clerk.
By order -.tray-Town Council.
W. W. SncALoa, J. H. Foos,
Clerk. Mayor.
Feb. 17, 1870 w3 prf $0,00.
PROPERTY
FOB SALE.
HAVING determined to dispose of
part of my property, I will sell
Private sae, tbe following property, to
wit: Fifty acre of Hand lying on tbe Day
ton A Western Turnpike, 3 miles Esst
Eaton, on the above is a good lloupe,
Barn, Orchard, running stock water 4c.
(known as tbe Hewitt Farm). Also, tbe
Hewitt Saw Mill, together with 1U acres
of land adjoining the above. Also,
good Bouse and Lot on High 8treet,
Eaton, Ohio; on the Lot there is Frait
Tree, Miik House, Cistern, Ac. Also,
two Lots on Baron street, opposite the
Depot, on one of which there is a good
new Stable.
I will also offer my Stock of Groceries
tire,, and rent the room I now occupy
as a Urocerv Romm. Any, or all of the
above property will be sold on easy
terms.
ayCall early and secure a bargain.
P. F, SHIELDS.
Feb. 171870 w3
i Stale.
Abner Haines, 1 Preble Common
'vs. V Pleas Order
Simon Marienthall. ) Sale on Attachment
B1
Y vTBTOE OF AN ALIAS ORDER
of Sale, on Attachment, in the
bove stated rase, issued from tbe Court
of Common Pleas of Preble county, O
and to me directed as Sheriff of said
county, I will offer for sale, at public
auction, at the door of tbe Court House,
in Eaton, Preble county, Ohio,
On Saturday, February, 19,1870.
between tbe hours of one and four o'clock
P. M . ot said day, the following
scribed Real Estate, situated in
conuty of Preble, and Mate of Ohio,
described aa follows to-wit: Eaton, Pre
ble eounty, Ohio, and bounded and
scribed as foliows, to wit: Being and
lying on tbe north side of Decatoi
street, in said town and on the vest side
of Beech street beginning at the point
intersection, being the north watt angle
of said street, and running thence north
on the west line or side of said Beeob
street, six f61 rods. Thence west
(5) rods. Thence south aix 6 rods
tbe nortn side or line oi uecator street.
and thence eait on tbe north line
said Decator street five (5) rods to
place of beginning containing thirty 30
square Mas, SW less.
wTTEKJlS CASH.
Apprised at $2500
J. II. BOSTICK, Sheriff.
Eaton, Jan 20, 1870.tds prtflO. ? 0
JOUS V. CAMPBS1.L. JAS. A. C1LMORK
CAMPBELL It GILMOKE,
(Successors to Gilmore A Campbell,)
ATTORNEYS at LAW,
NOTARIES PUBLIC, LAND AND
Gov't Claim Agents.
EATON. 0WAO.
Offioe at the old stand, on Barron Street
Jan. 1 18W. yl.
Aew Advertisements.
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oat It is elegantly printed on fine tint
ed paper, with about 200 fine Wood En
gravings of Flowers and Vegetables, and
a beautiful colored l 'late consisting of
seven varieties of Phlox Drumm -ndii,
making a fine
BOUQUET OP PHLOXES.
It is the moat beautiful, a well a tbe
ost instructive Floral Onide published
giving plain and thorough directions for
tne
Culture of Flowers ft Vegetables.
The Floral Guide is pabliabed for the
benefit ot my customers, to whoa it is
sent tree witboat application, but will
be forwarded to all who apply by mail,
for Ten Cents, wlii.h is not half the cost.
Address.
JAMES VICK,
lm. Rochester, New York
J. P. BBOOKNIS ft SON.
Retail Druggists
Raron St., Eaton, Ohio,
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tion will no doubt duly appreciate.
Hand in your subscription at once and
secure the 8T0CK JOURNAL free for
a year. Signed Ac.
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Mot. 11, 1869 tf.
NEW!! NEW tl
FRESH GROCERIES
J. N. LONGNECKERt
WOULD respectfully announce
the citizens of Baton and vicinitv
that having purchased the entire stock
of Groceries of . tannah & Bro , will al
way be found on hand one door West
the National Bank, with a larste and
well sale .ted stock of
gROCERILS JOTI0NS,
Coffe, Tea, Sugar!
Fiour,
aeon.
Molaaf.e . , Syrups, Nuts, Fresh A Oove
Oysters, Sardines, Indigo, Starch,
Soda, Hatches, Candles, Lamp
Qoeenswere, Fresh Butter,
Crrckers, Cheese, Cigars, Bracking To
ll acce, Chewing Tobacco, Blacking
Froth & Pickled Fish, Ac. Ac.
Bring Your Country Produce
here if you want Cash or Cash prices for
it. I take pleasure in showing and wait
ing upon customer and ask a liberal
share of the public patronage.
J. N. LONGNECEER.
Eaton O. . Dec. 23, 1869-mos3.
WEDDING CARDSElegantly
gotten up Wedding Cards are fur
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VINEV ARDS, NEW JtRSEY.
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE!
nnHIS justly celebrated native Wine is
made from tbe jmco ot tbe
i sportive
Grape, raised in this country.
It vala
able
Tonic and Strengthening Properties
are an surpassed bsany other native Wine
nei- g ine pure juice ot ine grape, pro-
ec under Mr. opeer own personal sup-
ervisioo, its purity ana genuineness are
guaranteed. Tbe youngest child may
partake of its generous qualities, and the
weekest invalid mav ne it to tHmntfur
It is par'icu'.arly beneficial to the agen
and debilitated, and ia suited to tbe var
ious ailments that affl.ct the weaker sex
It is, in everv respect, A WINE TO BE
RELIED ON.
INVALIDS USE SPEER'S PORT
GRAPE WINE
FEMALES USE SHEER 8 PORT
GRAPE WINK.
WEAKLY PERSONS FIND A
BENEFIT BY ITS USE.
Speer's Wines ib Hospital are prefer
rod to other wines.
Sold by Druggists generally, who also
sell Speer's Standard Wine Bitters.
Trade supplied by all wl olesale Dealers.
see that the signature of Alfred sneer
Passiac N. J., is over the cork of each
bottle.
A SPEER'S Vineyard, New Jersey.
Office. .No. 243 Broadway, New York.
For Sale by J. P. BROOKINSA SOM
a lrv J&tton. Usu
NEW .
Boot& Shoe
STORE.
Harlicb'a Building, Main Street
Xbe undersigned have, formed a co
partnership, and intend to make to or
der and keep constantly on hand a good
supply of Ready Mads (our own make)
BOOTS k SHOES.
tfST Repairing neat A cheap.
olj22m3 IIUTTE & LOCK.
.vf; ' shop.
Tbe undersigned having put npa New
sbop opposite Hobinson, Chambers JtCo
Machine Shop, on the corner of Mapl
& High Utrets, is now prepared to do
Jill Minds Heparins
Either
EtON OR WOODWORK
on abort notice, having had years of
practical experience, he flatters himself
that he can give Satisfaction to all who
may iavor mm wun ineir patronage.
Special attention given to
Flow & Wagon Work
aaa
Horse - Shoein g
JOS. V. -UAK.
Eaton sep. 3,68 tf.
yj CU A 9 0
Dayton & Eaton Om
nibus Line.
a
m HE undersigned will run a Iail
I Omnibus line between Davtou an
Eaton, as follows:
Leave Eaton daily at 5 30 a. m. , urn
vine at Day ton at 10 a. m.
leave Dayton at 1 p. m., arrivin
at Eaton at 6 30 p. a.
Prompt connections madewith Moittt
em trains at Davtou.
Paasencers will be called for bv lea
insr their address at the Doup House
Dayton, and the E xress Office, at
the Drug Store of J . P.piJrookias ixm
Eaton. O. ,
All order andco-omissions promptlj
attended to. JAS. TORBKNCK.
n. 1 68-yrl.
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of
TtOOK AGENTS WANTED FOR
X 8TEUQ0LES ft TRIUMPHS of
P. T. BARPffi,
Written by Himself. In One
Large Oct aw o Vlvme Near
ly 800 Pages Printed in Eng
lish and iiermsn 83 Elegant
Fall Page Engravings:
It embraces Forfy Tear Recollections
of bis busy life . as a Merchant, Manager,
Banker, Lecturer snd Showman, and
gives accounts of his Imprisonment, his
Successful European Tours, and impor
tant Historical aad Personal Reminis
cence, replete with Humor, Anecdotes
and Entertaining Narrative. No book
published so acceptable to all classes.
Every one want it. Agents are selling
from 60 to 100 a week. We offer extra
term and pay freight. Oar Illustrated
Catalogue and Term to Agents sent free
J. B. BURR & CO.Pub's,
Publishers, Hartford, Conn. (jo-70w5
For Sale.
A Good Two Story Dwelling House
Eaton; with good Celler and 2 to, 5 Lota;
Also 4 Lots near tbe Depot, all under
fence. Term reasonable, for particu
lars, call oo or address the Proprietor
tin Eaton. 8. H. LOCK WOOD
July leS(0B'Wetf.
Manhood: How Lost How
Kestored.
Just pa blisbed. a new odi
tiop tf Dr Colverwell s
Celebrated Essay on the
radical cure (without medi
cine) of SrEKMATOBKBOIA, OT
emioal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal
osses. IrapOtencv. Menial and Phvair.l
Incapacity, Impediment to Mirrlio.
etc
alto, Consumption. Enileusv. anH
ts, induced by sell-indalgeucc or sexo
extravagance. swPrice, in a sealed envelope, only 6
cents.
The celel rated author, in this admira
ble essay, clearly demonstrates from a
wiiij jtsm naccessini practice, tbal tbe
alarming consequence of solf-sbuae may
be radically cured without tbe dangerous
use of internal medicine or the applica
tion of tbe knife: pointing out a mode of
cure at once simple, certain, and ctf.-c-lual.
bv means of which ntm .niv.r..
matter what bis condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately, and rod
ically
this Lecture should be in tkn
hands ol every youth and every man in
the land.
Sent, under seal, i a plato enVelone.
to sny address, poafpmtd, oa reeeibt of
sis cents, or two post stamps, o
Dr. Culverweirs-'MarriaseOnide.'' nrice-
25 cents. Addtess the Pablishers.
CHAS. J. C KLlJtTE k. on
til.MWsTT, m. x., r. O. Boa.
AV fl . was Swat .
nov Zo, t How yl
MUSIC GIVEN AWAY!
Or 60 Worth of Hew Xdslc for
rurcnaaer or Music are constant
7 PV :ng from 30 to 60 eeau for ev
ery piece of made thv hoy. Thi
a wast of money which no family
can afford, for by paying 30 cents
,or coE7 of "FETKRfcr MUSICAL
MONTHLY" yon wffl get from Four'
to Five Doners' worth of the latest
and BEST HTJ8IC, by auch authors
aa Hay. Thoma. K.iikel, KelleT,
Becbt, etc.
We have limited our circulation to lOO-
000 copies, beli.vW the fa larger month
ly edition would d feat our end name
ly, the after sale of tbe Matvic in Sheet
form. THEBEfTORE REMEMBER
that every subscriber, after our limit of
1UO.WO is reached, will have to pay $25.
(and cheap at that,) whereas oar nresent
price is only $S per year! Sample copiss
mailed, on receipt of SO swats. Back
number supplied.
It is our aim t rive GOOD HTT.
sic, and PLENTY OF IT.
wisu n distinctly understood that not
EV - . . , . '.
u single piece is put in to III up its
dages, for we expect no nrofit from
is circuiauon beyond Lbs introduc
tion of our Music, everv najre nf
wnicn is afterwards errated infsheat
-- . . . - I- . ' ..-- r
form, AJM t AT FULL PRICE.
No matter where rbu see a nieea of Ma
sic or Music Boo advertised, it can al
ways be had at our establishment, and
ill be mailed to yes. free of postage, on
receipt of tbe marked price.
o matter how small jrour order, wo
hall be triad to fill it.
J. I. PI
198 Broadway, N, Y.,P- O. Box
Nov. 25 1869 tti, -,4
DELAY la EXTRAVAGANCE.
JJEW gLACKSM.TH gHOP.
WOT ICE TO ALL CREATION.
The undersigned has just opened a
A first Class wlacksmith
Shop on Decator and Beech St. Eaton ,
inio LJusiaDove the Brewery.
Horse-Shoeing, Plows, Harrows,
Wagons, Edged Tools, Ac.
made New or repaired. Also Doable
Linked Chain repaired or made. Brintr
on four Work, BatitfaotUml Warranted.
CUKlSl'lAiS SMITH.
January. 87, 18?tyrL
Books for Farmers and Stock
Breeders,
Boned Volume of tbe American
Stock Sournal for lSftS containing 884
large doable ooiamst pages, sent post
paid for ... $1,60
Bound Volume of tba American Blocs
Journal for 1869-, eoataaaiag 884 page.
sent post paid for $1.60
The Dairymans' Manual tor 25cta
the tiorsemai.s aowal " 25c U
The Hog Breeders' Manual 25ct
Tb Sheep Breeder' Manual, 25cU
The Poultry Breeders' Manual, . . .25ct
The whale five Manual sent post paid to
one address for ' $1 00
Agent wanted, to whom liberal in
ducements will be pjTseiesi Address
N. P. BOYER A CO., Publishers,
i
1 m3 Parkeaborg. Chester Co, Pa-
Aew Advertisements. Attachment Notice.
Bel ore John H
Ssepben. Justice
of the Peace, of
Joseph Trusk, Pl'tft
John W. Tiiiirfe
i afi......
.uanci wiBaer,
partners a Tingle
J-Washington Tpr-
treble county,
and Winder, defend-f Ohio
ant.
rS the 21st day of January,
A. D.
J 1870. said Justice issued an order
of attach nseo tta the above action, for
the sam of Sixty -five pollers and eight
een cent. o watt. PH TRUNK.
Feb. 10, lWfr- V9Z 0&
WAFTED tsraaW PDUT?
CAawaatiaglaak T LJfJJ
.For OLIVE LOGAN'S
Great and popular work, "Bcroas ths
Fooruoara axe BtBitb rmt Scsaas."
Deseripuve of tbe Tbeatrie.l, Lecture
and A muse ment worldin all their branch'
es, from Puppet Shows to Grand Opera;
Mountebanks to Messegeries: Learned
Pigs to Lectawerat que Bl onde to
A e tola aad Aetressee, With Reflec
tion OB the Morality end Immorality of
Amusements. Being truthful and m: r
al, as well as sensational and amusing.
Sales immense and unparalleled. Can
vassing book and Circulars racs, bv
addressing PARMKLEJ. A CO.. 101
Race Street, Cincinnati, O. 1 m3
Administrator's Notice.
NOTICE I hereby given that tbe un
dersigned has been duly appointed
administrator of tbe E late of Isaac Ban
tu, late of Preble County, Ohio, dee'd.
JAMES BANTA.
J. H. Fooa, Atty.
Feb. 17. 1870 w3 prf .1,75.
in
ISAAC Mc LANE
LIVEHY, FTKBTJ ft SALE STABLE
Cherry Street, -2AT0N. OHIO.
Eaton, February ft W0,vrl.
Sale Hill, Poster,
Program, Card, can
e had at f Ma 0HHee.

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