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TOWN AND COUNTRY?
s are bad.
March came in cold.
The revirals continue.
Clab Dance at Minor's Hall, Friday.
G.W. MoTjr, blis Our thanks .Tor valu.
able Pub. Docs
The "Ham Pat
seen on Baron ai
Tickets for the Spr ng Election can be
had in any number at this office
Local news are scarce.
at a stand still.
all the. Advertisements
e want soma fresh maple srrnp.
Only good wood taken at this office.
Sunday was dismal damp and gloomy
ov is thatime to get ready tor spiing
Gossipera have little or nothing
talk aboutr "
The motto of active business men-
The mowMttfc tf that tied A husband '
Everpieeaa those who don't take the
.flVCWS68 Irh, willsceept our Hn?
for a number of copies of Iliehmotd pa-
peTJ"" i . - . ' ri
Loafers have been forced indoor the
past few days.
For good Job Printing, come to the
' Democrat" Office.
!'MeQC itrgii tarr inserting
niarnageu and deaths.
What should clergyrhen preach about?
About fifteen minutes.
March comes in with tha winds whist
ling r.nd the snow flying.
The demand for eggs willbe steady
and firm till after Easter.
This weather is said by tome farmers
to bad upon the wheat.
rim . - . nr. ' : '
The weather the past week has been
anything but spring-like.
Illustrious Bens Ben. Wade, Ben.
Arnold,' -Bam Butler and Ben-Zine.
It if reported Spring is coming, bnt it
is said tob lone way off.
We print sale bills at very short notice
and on reasonable terms at ihia office
We are now prepared to print horse
bills for ithc coming season in best of
The church U about the only institu
tion that is doing a good business at
Ai ways leok t the brijrUt side of ev
erytWwjfnft & just aa cheap and ten tie es
Young gentleman who are facinated
by the 'Njorl of the period" are styled
TKfl nrnannntfl fnr a 1 a rcro frnit nrfiti
this year is good, as the bud. have, nV
yet, been uninjured.
Easter Sunday come on the 17th of
AfeKI -(his vear. We give notice no
ihnt r1 want on subscription, 8,000,000
(Ioi!ai of good, large, fresh eggs
3Tnv subscribers to the '-Eaton Demo
crat'' are constentfy coming in Onr
friends should feel it a duty to pot our
paper into the hands of as many readers
Pomce. The news makes fua of the
town. We Jlearn that several of our
young "men alwi" 4wn" were quite
aucceeafnl in '-playing police" at Minor's
Hall on last Monday evening, and pass
ing in "free" thp best of order of course
reigned during the exhibition of "Mil
ton's Paradise Lost." The Dayton po.
lice fte ie five times as XRcient as
Eaton's, an yet it does not amount to
a straw only on pay days.
Butler's "Shoo Fly."
Old "Diabolos," .alias Ben. Butler has
become so rotti n, that he sings "Shoo
Fly!" to keep from being fly blowm. that
hi old carcass may not become maggoty
before death. The following from the
N. Y. Democrat, shows hovr "Spoony'
has dedicated ' Shoo Fly!" to himtelf :
I tink I hear de rattling spoon,
I tink I hf-r de rattling spoon,
I tink I hear 'de rattling spoon,
I lubde silber ou de moon.
I steal, I steal, I 'teal,
TDat's what Beast .Butler said!
De silber spoons cone rattling down
Ljpon tbis old tniet a bead.
Choitos Bhoo At! don't bodder me 1
Shoo fly! don't bo der me i
- Shoo fly! don't bodder me 1
' I r steal, I steal, I steal,
I an al from far an' near;
I steal, 1 steal, I ateal,
For stealings I came here.
If I should nebber steal, dis Beast knows,
If I should nebber steal dis Beast knows,
If I should nebber steal.dis Beast knows.
Dere would be more spo ns wher'er he
I steal, I steal, I steal,
Dere are many sly old coona;
So when Beast Butler makes a haul,
He takes it out in spoons.
Ciroaus Bhoo Af- don't bodder me, Ac
A owns a farm upon which is
growing a large oak tree. A
sells the tree standing to B. B.
hires C. to cut the tree down and
work it up. C. fells the tree and
in A hollow limb finds a wild
Raccoon. Query To - whom
doe& tiufc ooon belong, A., B. or
G.2 Let aa have au answer, gen
tie men of the Eaton Bar, both
in law and in equity.
STANZA BAILEY. March
10th in Eaton, by the Rev. J. D.
Laur, Mr. John P. Stanza and
Margaret Baily, all ot Eaton, O.
Groenrille papers please copy.
For the "Eaton Weekly Democrat."
All persons in favor of Wo
man's Rights are cordially invit
ed to meet at Minor's Hall,
Thursday, March 24, at 2 o'clock
to organize a Womau i bnnrage
The wish of
There were ten true bills of
Indictment found by the Grand
Jury at this term of court.
Weather cold and snowy, and
is more like mid winter than
middle of March.
This has been a very lively
week in Eaton. Something of
note every day and night. Mon
day and Tuesday nights "Para
dise Lost" (Panorama) was
shown at Minor's Hall to a large
house. The attorneys have had
a busy week in examining the
indictments for selling liquor.
Spelling out the counts, &c. No
trials have yet been had.
The Amebican Stock Journal.
This Joiirnul is the highest au
thority in all that pertains to
Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Swine, and
Poultry. And for variety of in
formation relating to live Stock
of every kind, it has no superior
anywhere. We wish all our
subscribers to send tor a speci
men. Address N. P. Boyer &
Co., Publishers, Parkesburg, Pa,
Religions JYotiee. Kev.
J. D. Lauer will preach in the
Christian Church in Eaton, next
Sunday morning at 10J o'clock.
Rev. T. S. Guthrie will preach
in the Christian Chapel on the
corner of Baron and Somers Sts,
on Sunday evening next, at 7 o'
clock. A 11 are invited.
Public Sales. Sale bills have
been printed at this office for the
John Goodwin, Adm'r ot the
Estate of Morgan O'Brien, dee'd,
will offer at pnblic sale, on Sa
turday, March 26th, 1870, at the
residence ot the deceased, in
Oralis Tp., three head of Cattle,
(2 fresh milk cows) Plows, Wa
Harness, Sheaf Oats, Hay,
. ' . . . '
mn' other articles
Roll of Honor.
The following persona have
paid their subscription "to the
Democrat, for which they have
opr thanks, and best wishes for
long life and great prosperity.
We hofM nil others indebted will
follow their good example:
Jos. Walters to Dec.
VL H. Hill to Sept.
R: Wescoe to Feb'y
Israel Coal to Feb'y
George Kline to Feb.
The prospect for the
completion of the L. 4 S
is now very nattering. Gentle
men. subscribe liberally and let
us have this much needed road.
Several of our enterprising cit-
izens wjere indicted this term of
court-for selling " Wet Groceries''
in violation - of the "Statute in
such cases made and provided"
Utnd and against the peace and
dignity ot the 15th Amendment.
No arrests have been made, and
we understand the most of said
citizens' will not ask a jury, but
will pay the line that may be as
sessed by the court, without fur
ther trouble. Jordan is a hard
road to trabh.
A Hit to Book Agents.
The People's Law Book, by Hon
Franklin Chamberlin. bai already reach
ed a circulation of many thousands of
copies, and the demand, we are assured,
is still increasing, as the -merits of the
work become known. As it is sold by
subscription entirely, it offers a fine op
portunity for making money to any in
telligent man out of employment. Such
would do well "to address the publishers,
E. Hannaford & CO., at Cincinnati, and
learn the terms. This is a firm that
publish only first-class books, and equip
their agents in the very best style.
Fob Vears and Yeabs. " This
is the title of Marion Habland.b
great story, which commences in
this week's St, Louia Home Joub-
It should be read by all lov
ers of fiction. It is the best story
ever written by this deservedly
popular authoress. If you can
not get the Home Joubnal from
news dealer, send direct to the
office and get it. Single subneript-
ion, $2. 50 one year; $1. 25 six
months. Address " Home Joub
nal, St. Louis, Mo. "
closed ia New York at
lilt to 112.
It is a gratification to be able
to promise our citizens of Eaton
and vicinity that a rich treat is
in store for all who can find it
convenient to hear the Lecture
on Oliver Cromwell, by the la
mous historian and lecturer,
Henry Vincent, next Saturday
evening at Minor's Hall. As the
evening will be light, even those
who reside at a distance in the
country will be well paid. Doors
open at 6 oclock. Lecture to
commence at 7. Tickets can be
furnished at the Drug Stores.
Price 50 cts.
Mrs. S. A. Warner, a renown
ed advocate of Spiritualism and
free thought, will deliver her se
cond lecture in the Court House
on Thursday evening, Jarch 17,
at 7J o'clock. A full attendance
is solicited. Come hear and
A collection will be taken up
at the close of the lecture.
"The stormy March is come at last,
With wind and cloud and changing ikies
I hear the rnshing of the blast
That through the snowy valley flies.
Oh passing few are those who speak.
JPild storey month, in praise of thee!"
Lazy Boys. An . exchange
says, a lazy boy will make a lazy
man, as sure as a crooked Bap
ling will make a crooked tree.
Who ever saw a boy grow up in
idleness who did not make a
shiftless vagabond when he be
came a man, unless he had a for
tune to keep up appearance? The
mass of criminals and paupers
t . i .i i
nave came to wnat tney are uy
being Droognt up in laienesp.
Those who constitute the busi
uess part of the community who
make our great and useful men
were tauht in their boyhood to
industrious. Boy, take thatlre
pipe out of your mouth and think
Vice's Illustrated Catalogue
for 1870. We have
from JameB Vick a copy of his
catalogue for 1870. Any of onr
friends who desire to paocure
choice flower seeds should send
their order to him They can
obtain a catalogue upon applica
tion. See advertisement in this
Women may hold meetings
and talk and prate of wrongs un
til the crack of doom; but this
will not be helped Until
they prove that they honor
and respect labor for labor s sake
and learn to show no less re
spect, at any rate, to the girl
who sews for a living than to the
fine lady who rolls through the
street in her carriage. Labor
must be honored in the first
place, and then women must be
taught to fill places of labor
with hnnor. Girls must be
taught that it is disgraceful and
contemptible for them to loll and
laze about the house as it would
be far their brothers to idle and
lounge in the streets; that a wo
man loafer is as bad as a man
loafer theu some reformation
may be expected, and not till
AU persons indebted to the
firm of Stephens & Scoven, must
close up their accounts by the
1st of April from anu after that
date the books will be left in the
hands ot Squire Larsh for cols
lection. 1 am going to leave the
town and our account must be
closed by that time.
E. C. SCOVEN,
Of the firm of Stephens & Scoven.
March 4, 1870 w3.
The undersigned baa been dulv ap
pointed Administrator of the Estate of
Levi Harp, late of Preble county, Ohio,
deceased, on the 13th day of March A.D.
1870. ISAAC KESLING, Adm'r.
March 17, 1870 w3prf.pd.
says, there are
many persons -who either take no
paper at all or else take one
from another town, and when
they wish to see what is tran
spiring in their own neighbor
hood they borrow the local pa
per from some citizen more lib
eral than themselves. Many men
of this kind are in business, and
frequently grumble because peo
ple do not patronize "home in
dustry" when they practice the
very same thing of which they
finished in all the elaboration of art
THE "SINGER" NEW
FAU1I V CCUIKin MAPUIMC
WITU A.TTACH1IE.ST8 FOR Ai.I. KINDS OF WOKK
Is fast winning. favor in the Ucnsehold
as ihown by the Sales of Last Year,
Amounting to eighty-six Thous
and, seven Hundred and
which far exceed
those of any
other (Jon -pany
This new FAMILY MACHINE is
capable of a range and variety of work
such as was thought impossible, a short
time ago, to perform by machinery.
"We claim, and can . t those whom it
may concern, that it ts the cheapest,
most beautitul, delicately arranged
uicely adjusted, easily operated, and
smoothly running of nli the family Sew
ing Machines. It is rcmatkable, net
not only for the range and variety of its
scwiug, but also, for the variety and
variety of sewing, but also for the varie
ty and '"ifferent Kinds of Texture which
it will sew with equal facility and per
fection, using Silk Twist, Linen or Cot
ton Thread, fire or coarse, making the
Interlocked-Elastic-Stitch, alike on both
sides of the fabric rown. Thus beaver
cloth, or leather, may be sewn with
great Strength and uniformity of stitch,
and in n moment this willing and never
wearying machine may be adjusted for
fine work ou s.auze or eos amt r tissue,
or the tucking of tarletan, or ruffling, or
almost any other worK which delicate
fingers l ave been knewn to perform.
Puiehasers can soor be convinced
that our new Family Machine embodies
New and essential principles simplicity
of construction ease of operation uni
ot PBRCISE action at anv
sneed caaacitv for runrre and vurietv rf
1 , r r ,i J ,
work, fine or coarse, leaving all nvalt.
THE FOI.DING1 CASES.
The New Family machine mty be had
in a variety of folding covers and cases.
Some show in polished surface only the
grain and tint of the wood, while others
For Hemming, Felling, Ruffling, Braid
ing, Hindu it, Gathering, 1 ucking. .km
'brnidering, and so forth, are not onl)
numerous, out now Dronnt to great
perfection. Most of them can be it
taehed bv a simple move of the hand.
The quality of the work e n only be fully
iippreoiated on observation and exami
nation. Machine Twist.
LINEN THREAD, SPOOL COTTON
We have and shall keep in stock at.
our Central Office, and Agencies, on
spools of variouj sizes, Twist of all
sizes and colors, Linen Thread, Spool
Cotton Oil, and all other articles ne-
onsQarv in ttip n( nf nnr marliinna
We wish it understood thut wemann-
. 1. . T ... : . . 1J 1. .... t. .
iHuiuir in - i wi&i. sum it y u o, bum
shall aim to have it excel in qualitv and
exceed in quantity, t.r a given puce.
mat ot 1'iner mtmuiaciurers, ana mat
the Twist ("made bv ns in our new and
extensive mills, supplied as they are
with the most improved machinery and
skille4 labor can be telied on for the
desirable qualities of uniformity of size,
evenness, lngth of thread as msrked on
each spool, strength, excellence of color
and beauty of finish.
TBE SINGEE MANUFACT UitINU
-CINCIN"N TI OFFICE, 61 West
Fourth St. March 10, 1870tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS
EALED bit swill 1. received at the
Council of the Inc jo ated Village
of Eaton, Preble County, Ohio, at the
office ct the Clerk of said Corporation
until'Saturday, March lQth, 1870, at 12
e'clock, M., on aaid day. for building the
Town Hall, Council Chamber, &c, in
8iid Village. The bida will be required
to be made saperately for the different
'portions of said work, as follows, to-wit:
1st. llids tor furnishing the brick de
livered on the ground.
2nd. Bids for the brick ai'J stone ma
sonry, including lime and sand.
3rd. Bida for the finding and cutting
the necessary stone.
4th. Bids for the carperter work and
finding the lumber.
5tb. Bids for the galvanized iron work
6tb. Bids for plastering, including
7th. Bid-, for the wrought iron work.
8th. ifids for constructing said iiuil J
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
ofany pe:son interested in the same,
and shall be accompanied with a suffi
cient guaranty of some disinterested per
son that if the bid is accepted, n contract
will be entered into and the performance
of it properly secured.
.Bids for both labor and materials
must state each seperately, and the price
None but the lowest responsible bid
will be received, anil the Council reserves
the right to reject any or all the 6ids
The coutracts will be paid in the bond
of the Village, which sa'd bonds, as well
as the p'aos and specifications of the
work can now be ;een at the office of the
By order of the Town Council,
W. TV. SnEALoa, J. H. Foos,
Feb. 17,1870 wSprff 10,00.
FAR ft & BRO
Main Street, Eaton Ohio.
an. 21, lA69-yl.
Legal Notices. Aew Advertisements.
CTtf BEST IM THE WOBLD.iT
Hew York Office, 27 BEEZMAF ST.
FLORAL GUIDE FOB 1870.
The first rdition nf One Hundred and
Twenty TboLsand copies of V'ick's Illus
trutcd Catalogue of Seeds and Floral
Guide, is pubi.shed and ready to send
out. It is ele&antlv printed on fine tint
ed paper, with about 2O0 fine wood En
gravings of Flowers and Vegetables, and
a bf-auliful Colored Plate consisting of
seven varieties of Phlox Drummmdii,
making a fine
BOUQUET OP PHLOXES.
It is ;he most beautiful, as well aa the
most instructive Floral Gnide published
giving plain and thorough directions for
Culture of Flowers & Vegetables.
The Floral Guide is published fftr the
benebt of ray customers, to whom it is
seni iree whuoui application, Di'.t will
be forwarded to all who anplv bv mail
for Ten Cents, wlii. h is not half the coet.
lm. Roohestcr, New York
J. P. BROOKNIS & SON.
Baron St., Katon, Ohio,
feb. 14 '69.t1
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relating to Sick. Injured or Diseased
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We are now prepared to offer the A-
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sevibers (or renewals) to The Democrat
who shall subscribe immediately and pay
in advance. jnis is a rare opportunity
wnicn tne intelligent people ot our sec
tion will no doubt dulv annrecinte.
Hand in your subscriptions at once and
secare the STOCK. JOURNAL free for
a year. Signed &c.
Ueo. W. MEiiAWKr, Publisher.
Nov. 11, 1 Soil tf. " v;
NEW!! NEW !!
J. N. LONGNEGKf Rf
WOULD respectfully annonnce to
the citioens of Eaton and vicinity
that having purchased the entire stock
of Groceries of Stannah & Bro , will al
ways be found on hand one door West of
the National Bank, with a lanre and
well seleated sJtQc.k of
Coffe, Tea, Sugar!
Molasses, Syrups, Nnts, Fresh Gove
Oysters, Sardines, Indigo, Starch,
Soda, Matches, Candles, Lamps
yueensware, r rcsn Mutter,
Crrckers, Cheese, Cigars, Smoking To-
nacco, tuewing lobacco, Islackm"
Freth & 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 customers and ask a liberal
share of the public patronage.
J. N. LONGNECKER.
Eaton O.. Dec. 23, 1869 mos3
WEDDING CARDS Elegantly
gotten up Wedding Cards are fur
bished promptly at this Office:
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SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE!
foum 'i:.ms o i. it.
fpHIS justly celebrated native Wins is
made from the jnico of the Oportivfc
lirape, raised in ttiid country, its vain
Tonic and Strengthening Properties
are unsurpassed bs any other native Wine
Bei g the pure juice of the grape, pro
ed under Mr. Speer's own personal sup
ervised, Its purity and genuineness are
guaranteed. The youngest child umy
partake of its generous qualities, and the
weakest invalid may use it to advant- ge
It is paricn!arly beneficial to the aged
and debilitated, and i suited to ibe var
ious ailments that aftl.ct the weaker sex
It is, in every respect, A WIXE TO BE
INVALIDS USE SPEKITS PORT
OR A. HE WINE
FEMALES USE SHEER'S PORT
WEAKLY PERSONS FIND A
BENEFIT BY ITS USE.
Speer's Wines in Hospitals are prefer
red to other wines.
Sold by Druggists generally, who alto
sell Speer s Standard Wine Bitters,
Trade supplied by all wl olesale Dealers.
See that the Signature of Alfred Speer,
Passiac X. J., is orer the Cork of eaeb
bottle. - r
A. SPEER'S Vinevard, New Jersey.r-
Office, No. 243 Broadway, New York
For Sale by J. P. BROOKINS A SOiM
K9lvr Kitou. Ohio
Herlicli's Building, Main Street.
The undersigned have formed a co
partnership, and intend to make to or
der and keep constantly ou hand a gepd
supply of Ready Made (our own makje)
BOOTS & SHOES.
teiT Repairing neat A cheap.
ulj22m3 HUTTE & LOCK.
JYF. If SHOP.
The undersigned having nut una Nfew
Shot) opposite Robinson, Chambers ACb's
Machine shop, on the corner of Mnple
& High Strets, is now prepared to do
Ml Kinds Heparins '
on short notice, having had years 'of
practical experience, he flatters himself
that he can give Satisfaction to all who
may favor him with their patronage.
Special attention given to
Plow & Wagon Work j
Eaton sep.3,68 tf.
U. I i i
Dayton & Eaton Oih-nibus
THE undersigned will run a Pail,
Omnibus line between Dayton an
Eaton, as follows :
Leave Eaton daily at 5 30 a. m , nrri
vinp at Dayton at 10 a. m. , ;
Leave Dayton at 1 p. m., arriving
at Eaton at 6 30 p. m.
Prompt connections inadewith Noitb
ern trains at Davton.
Passengers will be called for by tew
ing Oieir address at the Doup House,
Dayton, and the Egress Office, Jat
the Drug Store of 1. P.pBrookinn A Son,
All orders andcommtssions prompt 1;
atteeded to. J AS. TOKRENCE.
n. 1 68-yrl.
BOOK AGENT3 WNTKD FOt
STRUGGLES & TRIUMPHS
P. T. BARNUM.
Written, by Himself. In One
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ly 800 Pages Printed in Eng
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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
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Every one wants it. Agents are selling
from 60 to 100 a week. Wc offer extra
terms and pay freight. Our Illustrated
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Publishers, Hartford, Conn. (jan8-70w5
A Good Two Story Dwelling House in
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Also 4 Lots near the Depot, all under
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