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TOWN AND COUNTRY!
Imuch better than
bm in Uwn last week was
it has been since wne
holidays- Oar merchant. are
or Urge supplies of apring goo:
fll of our ceighWing town,
boasting ofthe.r "preuj
are
Ron.
Shoo Ft.t'' card, era e . g
l?v receives a
Hiyoot. "J"" .
-u: .Ki. nartv she
note from an r -
pimply encloses a card on wB.cn is n
'ten "Shoo Fly, don't Dodder me.'
Oui merchants are not ' Hush'' witr
a - nnv n'
failrer, a we notice there .
Ithem Riving out that very an...-
suodity in chanKe.
.a this week we receded a
tea) from J. H. Gilmore. home on a Tisit
bon the Miami University at Jxtoro,
'Jack" is fat, saacyand good "looking.
THE FESTIVAL.
Last Friday & Saturday, April
Lat., and 2nd. the ladies of the
DniverealistChurch,of thisplace,
treated a largo portion of our cit
izens to a fine Oyster, and Ice
tream supper.
Their tables and supper were
ta excellent style and taste, and
ell presided over by the young
adies. We don t recollect no
lave ever seen a more pleasant
tarty in Temple Hall. Wc are
leased to learn that the society
balized a handsome sum out of
fce proceeds of their festival.
LOCAL SPINNINGS.
; Advertise.
Batter is scare.
k
Streets are muddy.
' -,-Trade is improving.
Maple sugar is plenty.
t Small boys were fishing this ,weok.
1 Sunday was all sunshine,
i The groiMid hog's contract expired on
he 16th. .
If silence is wisdom, why isn't laziness
fcil.ty. '
The roads are said to be in a a e
hornhzBd condition.
Sprii:g bonneU will be small in Mae
it large in pnee.
I When is thr most suiUble time to get
larried April 1st-
R. ft. turners are plenty, but reliable
li'ormatton is scarce. .
ires are not as numerous, nor prices
low as we wash.
3nbs. ribe for the Democrat and hare
it neighbor Jo the same.
iwif.ng the best of parlor oigana, is
It ul a pietisaui wij-
... . nr. : nTt A t ii r
fomansivgnis tc"k "
at Minors Hall. "Who win
baby' on that memorable aay.
Convettion (Woman's Rights)
next Saturday, the first and laM"wo-
n's quesiion w.ll be -nave you
ra lovely snnne oo mi "'
)ur neighboring towns are complain
ot "fowl ' and "sneak" thieves
leturn thanks to O. W. Moyer for
"tavors.
i'Wkr. Kiss hia fot his Mother
1 be an all-absorbing quosllon to be
sussed a the Woman a iUznta. JH.ee-.-
at Minor s Hall on next bslntday.
nUi the unfortunate "BUm that is
le-"ki (cked)-ssed "for his mother."
r rlnn't. refuse to take silver on snb-
- m. 1 11 ' L ........... ..1 A
HDtion. rue reiuw wuu "
1 ongea
ud with the tmes
i - . .-- v. ,m v
lTk rliriniis excitement is on vne
A LI - CI
Ine.
re onaerstaou iiw
ring their "poose parties, where are
"Kanu,r-
lie first parasol of the er.son, was
in on the street the other day.
If you wnt letter heads, billheads
relopes, or any otuer pfiniin uonn
us a eaU, we get ip anjiniug in
, line. '
It is nearly time for nivigation to
sn.
Phe ground hog new his business this
sr.
ne fourth of nickle five cent pieces
bogus.
le silver change movement is getting
all the ' rage everywhere.
hit new 50 eont notes are to be orna-
hited with a vignette of Stanton.
e youngsters on our streets are
swhat agitated ou the marble ques-
. .tr 11. j ' '
Svery column of the Kalon Dimoobxt
lluding the advertisements, is eagerly
roured by hungry readers eacn weea.
Jet would aeain remind our friends
Foughont the county not to forget t:
form U S ot au uw tn a lacai niioi-
Don t be backward in writing.
I vou want to know what is going on
Phnme and abroad, seed us two dollars
Id we will send you the Democrat for
year. :
be season for uneasiness among
e keepers will soon commence.
fhe 'Democrat is taken and read
ery well-reguiatea lajnuy. xt is
use 001 i necessity.
"wearinr of the Green" on the
. . . . . ... ii . i
la ot tne ladies win oe an me rage
present season. I
lie prospects for a large fruit crop
vear is good, as the buds have,
b eu uninjured.
haye added quite a number of new
ribers to our list. The 'Democrat
'general satisfaction.
to the Supper of the High
ol on Thursday and Friday
lings of this week.
Marriages.
SHABSEE DAVIS. Ori the
tnst, by Re. J. D. Lauer, at the Union
House. Mr. Peter Shafncr to Miss Lucv
Ann Davis. AH of Preble county, Ohio
PUGH DOOLY. On the 6ih o'
April, lr!70, at the residence of Silas
Dooley, by Rev. J. D. Laner, Mr. Wm.
W. Pugh, and Miss Josephine A. Dooly.
AU of Preble county, Ohio.
Religious Notice.
rfflr L1?T'X?a
Weit Dayton, will preach in the
Christian Church, in Eaton, on
next Saturday evening at 7 o'clock.
County Lodge Temperance
Meeting.
Delegates of the different Lodges of I.
O. O. T. will have a meeting at Temple
Ball, Eaton, O , Tuesday April 19th at
10 o'clock, A. M., for the purpose of or.
ganizing a County Lodge. Chaplain
Willism Earnshaw of the Soldiers Home
will be present to conduct the organiza
tions meeting and also address a public
meeting either in tbe afternoon or at
nigh'. ALL ARE INVITED.
Woman's Rights.
Women's Rights are creating
a sensation throughout tbe coun
try at the present time, and we
are pleased to see such an inter
est on the subject, manifested- by
the Ladies themselves, but the
realization of their hopes is yet
in the future, yet if they want to
do the next best thing until tbey
can vote, let them go to Deem
Bro's store rnd buy a dress of tbe
handsome new patterns just
opened for the gratification of all
women, whether favorable or op
posed to Female Suffrage. "Go
in gals, get squeezed and come
out whole.
DARING BURGLARY!!
The Express Agents Safe Blown
Open.
Open. NO STAMPS FOUND!
iOr the last tew months our
town has experienced quite
calm in the way of thieving, so
much so that our citizens had al
most concluded they were rid ofj
the scoundrels who can ply their
business after "nightfall". But
not so, for on Monday morning
when the doors of the Drugstore
of Messrs. Brookins & Son agents
for the American Merchants Ex
press company were opened, a
strong smell of exploded powder
gave uotice that all was not right
Upon entering the room a scene
of general havoc presented itself
around the safe used by tbe
agents. An entrance had been
effected into the building by
forcing out a pannel in the back
door, and a hole drilled in the
safe three or four inches in cir.
cumference, which being filled
with blasting powder and touched
off; blew the door safe off its
binges, exposing the entire con
tents to the burglars, which for
tunately consisted of only a few
money orders and some notes of
hand, worthless to the thieves.
These were scattered over the
room; a few are missing, proba
bly $7.00 or 8,00 worth. Two or
three packages of money receiv
ed on Saturday night through
the Express Company were plac
ed in other quarters, and thus es
caped being captured. These
were no doubt "trailed" and what
the burglars thought tbe safe contained
and would richly pay them
for their pains. They no doobt
became alarmed and "lit ont" in
haste, as all tbe implements used,
together with six or eight ounces
of blasting powder iu a bottle,
were left close by the safe.
in
a
the
as
V The busy season of tbe
Farmers has commenced, and
the merry whistle of the plow
boys will be heard early and late
but if you want to make work
easy, buy your plow lines
the shop of A. A. Sibert.
MVTbe worblinga of the blue
bird and the sparkling of the
Rivulet in the warm sunshine,
proclaim the advent of Spring
and make the heart glad in an
ticipation of" blamv breezes from
spicy bowers," but it is said there
is more pleasure in realization
than iu anticipatioa, and if you
wish to decide that question
your own satisfaction, go to the
store of Swibart A Peters and
some of those new Spring Goods
wbteb tuey are selling
oheaply
S0Our paper is behindhand
this week all owing to slow
creditors and scarcity of help
Festival at Minor's Hall.
The students of the High
School will give a Festival at
Minor's Hall on Thursday and
Friday evenings of this week.
The proceeds to be used in pro
curing an Organ for the use of
the High School.
Tickets for admission 15 ets;
these tickets to be good for any
thing bought iu the Hall.
There will be a supper table
iu addition to tbe Oyster and Ice
Cream tables.
All are invited.
The Preble County Wo
man's Suffrage Association will
meet at Minor's Hall; Saturday,
April 9, at 2 o'clock.
Election Justices of the Peace
John R. Stephen, Wash. Tp.
Hiram Johnson, "
Wm. B. Marsh, Somers '
James Campbell, Lanier '
Moses Marquis, " "
Henry Shideler, Gasper "
Wm. Brown, Monroe "
John W. JtfcWhinney, Jack. "
Spring- This beautiful season
of flowers and sunshine is coming.
Its return is switilty heralded,
not only by the singing of the
blue bird and the robin, by the
green, green grass, springing up
by tho way side, and the hud-
ding trees, tbe boys playing mar
bles in the street? and the ladies
enquiring alter new bin nets, but
by the republican candidates who
are springing up tnicker tnen
hoop poles in a hop yard. The
saloon keepers rejoice, and tbe
loafers make merry. The old po
litical stagers go forth into the
lane and by ways and call out
the voters black and white to
take a drink. All nature and man
kind rejoices at the abvent of this
sweet season.
Sensible Admonitions. Don't
buy a ; iano for your daughter
while your sons need a plow.
Decent substantial clothing for
your children make them think
belter of themselves, and keeps
he doctor away.
Don't become security for him
who waits for the sheriff.
Buy a farm wagon before a fine
carriage,
If you have a yoke of oxen
don,t be ashamed of them and
give your note for a span of
horses.
Don't leave to memory what
should be written; it makes law
suits.
Cultivate the hubit of forgiving
but never give up.
When the labors of the day
are past take gooa nooxs ana
newspapers and the" youngsiers
to the sitting room.
Don't think yon have a righ
to the benefit of educational and
religious institutions withou
yourself contributing in word
and deed to their sopyort; for
yon would justly be called
shirk.
Don't ask your mtnister
your school teacher to work tor
less money than you would
willing to work for if you were
in the place ot either; it is a vio
la lion ef a great command
ment.
Dr. ROBACK'S BITTERS.
[From the Cincinnati Free Nation,
Dec 21. 1861.]
at
to
By reference to Dr. Koback's
advertisement, on the third page,
it wlil be seen that the Doctor
has just introduced a new article
in the line of "Stomach Bitters-''
These Bitters sre destined to
become very popular, from the
fact that they are genuine in
everv sense of the term that is.
tbey derive their stimulus from
the powerful tonic nsture of the
roots and herbs of which they
are composed, and hence their
effect is natural. We have had
the pleasure of testing the qual
ifications of these Bitters- and
do not hesitate to pronounce
them the " one thing needed in
every well regulated family "
See advertisement. Office snd
Manufactory, Nob. 56: 58, 60 and
62 East Third street, and for sale
everywhere.
A Free Lecture on Spiritualism.
so
Will be delivered at the Pres
byterian Church, of Eaton, on
Sabbath evening next at 7 o'
clock, by Bev. F. Leroy Sbnoub.
The public are invited.
M. F. STBPirrsus has gone
to New York for a Stock ofi
Goods. Look out for Bargains
about the 15th of April.
We have received the
May number, of a neatly
printed and elegantly illustrated
periodical called Wild iats. We
can heartily recommend this new
publication to all lovers of gooi
stories to be jiift ivhutthey wan'
Price f 1 a year. Address Winch
ell & Small, 113 Fulton Street,
New York.
HORSE AND JACK BILLS.
Having purebnsed at the Cincinnati
Type Foundry the newest Horse and JacK
plates, we are better prepared than ever
to do this kind of printing. Stock
breeders are requested to call and exam
ine specimens andpriees.
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THE ' SINGER'' NEW
M9
mm
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE'
WITH ATTACH JIE'TS FOR ALL KINDS Or WORK
Is fait winning favor in the Household
as thowc by tbe Sales of Last Year,
Amounting to eighty-six Thdus
and. seven Hundred and
Eighty-Oue Machines,
which far exceed
those of any
other Com
pany I
-o-
This new FAMILY MACHINE is
capable of a range and variety of work
such as was '.nought impossioie, a soon
time ago, to perform by machinery.
We claim, and can show those whom it
may concern, that it is tbe cheapest,
most beautiful, delicately arranged
nicely adjusted, easily operated, and
smoothly running of all the family Sew
insr Machines. It is remarkable, not
noi only forth range-and variety of its
scwiug, but also, tor the variety and
variety of sewing, but also for the varie
ty and r iflerent Kinds of Texture which
it will sew with equ.il facility and per
fection, usine Silk Twist, Linen or Cot
ton Thread, five or coarse, making the
Interlocked-Elastic-Stitch, alike on botb
aides of the fabric sown. Thus beaver
cloth, or leather, may be sewn with
great strength and uniformity or stitch,
and in s moment this willing and never
weaiying machine may be adjusted tor
fine work on t-auze or gos amer tissue,
or tbe tucking of tarletan, or raffling,
almost any other wore which delicate
fingers bave been known to perform.
Put chasers can soon be convinced
that our new Family Machine embodies
New and essential principles simplicity
of construction ease of operation nni
formitv ot PRECI8E action at any
speed capacity for range and variety
work, hne or coarse, leaving all nvaik
behind it.
TEE FOLDING"- CASES.
The New Family machine may be bad
in a variety of folding covers and cases.
Some show in polished surface only
grain and ti nt of the wood, while others
are finished in all the elaboration ot art
THE ATTACHMENTS.
For Hemming, Felling, Buttling, Braid
ing, Bind'u g, Gathering, Tucking. Em
brnidering, and so forth, are not only
numerous, but Tiow brought to great
perfection. Most of them can be
'aehed b a simple move of the hand.
he quality ot tbe work c-n only be fully
- ppreoiated on observation and eismi-
ation.
Machine Twist. "
. IN EN THREAD, SPOOL COTTON
OIL, c.
We have and shall keep in stock
our Central Office, and Agencies,
spools oi variouj sizes, Twist of
sizes and colors, Linen Thread, Spool
Cotton Oil, and all other articles ne
cessary in the use of our machines.
We wish it understood that we manu
facture th.i Twist sold by us; that
shall aim to have it excel in quality and
eaceed in quantity, f,r a given piice,
that of other manufacturers, and that
the Twist mode by ns in our new and
extensive mills, supplied as they are
with the most improved machinery and
skilled laborl can be ielied on for
desirable qualities oi unirormny oi
evenness, length of thread as marked
each spool, strength, excellence of color
and beauty of finish.
TBE SINGER MANUFACTURING
COMPANY
BSTS-CINCINNATI OFFICE, 61 West
Fourth St March 10, 1870tf
A Free Lecture on Spiritualism. New Aveertisdments.
Ohio Farmers
Insurance Company!!
LER0Y MEDINA CO. 0.
incorporated, Web. 8, '48,
Charter Perpetual.
Cash Surplus, Sept.
39, 1869 - - - - $261,826 39
Losses Paid over 278,000 OO
Insures Farm Property Only.
EXPENSES I,ESS, in proportion to a
mount of business thsn out ither Com
pany doing business in Ohio, and f'er
this reason its rates arc lower thnn those
of any other Co-npany,
Without any Further Liability,
Has been in successful operation
over twenty jea-, and by reason
of its low rales, fair dealiuj;, and
prompt settlement of losses, has become
the most popu'ar Company in the States
among tbe Farmers. In case of Iofs,
this Company pays the full value of prop
erty destroyed by
ire or JLigRtning,
up to the amount ins-red. For Insur
ance or further information apply to
fir. If. HOJLJUES, .1s t.
For Preble tirpariofMontyoniryOountitt.
AJJUiiJUKB, uratis, rreoie Co., O
.Not 1 1th, 18li9,rrl.
VINE YARDS, JjEW JERSEY.
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE!
lOt It YEJMBS OI.JD.
(iinisjusiiy ceieDraieo native wine is
B j, c u m -i
maae iroin tnejiiico ot ine uportive
Grape, raised in thij country. Its valu
able
Tonic and Strengthening Properties
are unsurpassed bs any other native Wine
Bei- g the pure juice of the grape, pra
ed under Mr. Sneer's own personal sun
ervisiod, Its purity and genuineness are
guaranteed. The youngest child inav
partake of its generous qualities, and the
weakest invalid may use it to advant ge.
It is par'icu!arly beneficial to the aged
ana aeouiiaiec. ana ia suiteu to the var
io'is ailments that af&.ct' the weaker sex
It is. in every respect, A WINE TO
RELIED ON.
INVALIDS USE SPEKR'S PORT
GRAPE WINE
FEMALES USE SHEER S PORT
GRAPE INE
WEAKLY PERSONS FIND A
BENEFIT BY ITS USE.
Speer'n Wines in Iloepitals are prefer
red to other wines.
Sold by Druggists generally, who also
sell Speer's Standard Wine Bitters.
Trade supplied by all wl olesale Dealers
See that tbe Signature of Alfred Speer
raasiac JN. J., is over tbe cork of eac
bottle.
A. SPEER'S Vinevard, New Jersey
Office, No. 243 Broadway, New York
For Sale by J. P. BROOKINS A SON
hH Ivr Kl.tOll. O'llO
or
cf
JYE W Sit Of.
The undersigned having put npa New
Suod opposite Robinson, Chambers ACo
Machine shop, on the corner of Mpl
A High fatrets, is now prepared to do
Jill Kinds Heparins
IRON Oa WOODWORK
on snort notice, having had years
practical experience, he flatters himself
that he can eive Satisfaction to all who
may favor him with their patronage.
special attention given to
Plow & Wagon Work
AWD
Horse-Shoeing
JOS
Eaton sep.3,68 tf.
F. BONAKER.
Dayton & Eaton Om
nibus Line.
THE undersigned will ran a Tail.
Omnibus line between Dayton an
Eaton, as follows:
Leave Eaton daily at 5 30 a. m. , nrrl
ving at Dayton at 10 a. m.
Leave Dayton at 1 p. m. , arriving
at Eaton at 6 30 p. m.
Prompt connections made with Noitb
ern trains at Davton.
Passengers will be called for bv leav
ing fieir address at the Doup House,
Dayton, and the rj xress Umce,
the Drug Store of J. P.pBrookia ft
Eaton, O.
All orders andcommissions prompllj
attended to. J AS. TORRKNCE.
n. 1 68-yrl.
it-
at.
on
all
we
NEW
Boot& Shoe
STORE.
Herlich's Building, Main Street.
the undersigned have; formed a
aud intend to make to
and keep constantly on hand a
supply of Ready Made (our own make)
BOOTS & SHOES.
JtS" Repairing neat & cheap.
uly22m3 HUTTE & LOCK.
For Sale.
A Good Two Story Dwell' tig Hoose
Eaton; with good Celler and 2 to 5
Also 4 Lots near the Depot, all under
fence. Term reasonable, for particu
lars, call on or address the Proprietor
in Eaton. 8. H. LOCKWOOD
July 15, 'M-wS tf.
JOH V. CAMPBELL.
J AS. A. GILMORE
CAMPBELL ft GILMORE,
(Successors to Gilmore k Campbell,)
A.TTOKNEYS at LAW,
NOTARIES PUBLIC, LAND AND
Gov't Claim Agents.
EATON. 0HM.
Offio at the old stand, ou Barron Street
Jan. 1 1869. yl.
Administrator's Notice.
on
N'
OTICE is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been duly appointed
administrator of tbe E tate ot Isaac Aan-
ta, late of Prable County, Ohio, dec d.
JAMES SANTA.
. J. H. Foos, Atty.
Feb. 17, 1870 w3 prf 1,75.
XWEECH
BARKER'S I
; euATrnu
T
(CXI BEST lit THE WORLDS
ffsw York Office, 27 BEEZHAJT 8T.
Manhood: How Lost Hew
Kestored.
Just pn listed, a new en
. tien if Dr Cnlverwell
Celebrated Essaw oi. tl
radical cure (wiihi nt mcoi-
Cine) Oi bFKRMATOKRHOIl or
eminal VCeakness, nvoiuntary Semim 1
Losses. Impotency, Menial and Physio)
Incapacity, Impediment! to Marriage
etc. ; al&o, Consumption, Kuilensv. and
t-iis, inauceu uy selt-inuulyei.ee or sexu
nl extravagance.
rrice, m a sealed envelope, only 0
cf nth.
The celul rated author, in this admira-
li'e essay, clearly demonstrates from a
thirty year' successful practice, that tbe
alarming consequences of sclf-aSnse may
be radically enred without the ditugerou'k
use oi internal ineuicine or the applica
tion of the knife: pointing out a mode of
cure at once sirnrle, certain, and eff c
timl. by means of which every sufferer, no
uiattor wtiai his condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately, and rod
ically.
bis JLecture should be in the
hands of evary youth and every man in
the land
Sent, under seal, ir a plain envelope.
to any nddreis, potlpaid, oa receipt of
siv certs, or two post stnmos. Also.
Dr. Calverwell's "Marriage Guide," price
25 cents Address the Pnblishers.
CIIAS J C KlINE& CO..
127 Bowery, K. Y , P. 0. 3ox 4486.
Nov 25, (HUy yl
Legal Notices.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
ot
SEALED bij will be received. at tbe
Council of the Iucorpo ated Villege
of Eaton, Preble Cou-ity, Ohio, at tie
office ol the Clerk of said Corporation
until Saturday, March 19th 1870. nt 12
'clock, M.. on said day. for building the
Town Hall, Council Chamber, &c. , in
said VillBge. The bids will be required
lo oe made saperately lor the different
portions of said work, as follow, to-wit:
1st. Bids for furnishing tbe brick de
livered on the ground.
2nd. Bids for the brick and stone ma
sonry, including lime and sand.
3rd. Bide for the finding and cutting
the -necessary stone.
4t'i. Bids for the carperter work and
finding the lumber.
5ih. Bids fnr the galvanized iron wort
and slating,
6th. Bids lor plastering, including
materials.
7th. Bid: for the wrooeht 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 rame
ofany pe:non interested in the same
and shall be accompanied with a suffi
cient guaranty of some disinterested per
sou 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 separately, and the price
thrreot.
None but the lowest responsible bid
will be received, and the Council reserves
the right to rej ect any or all the 65ds
mads.
The contracts will be paid in the bonds
of tbe Village, which sad bonds, as well
as the p'ais and specifications of the
work can now be reeo at the office of the
Corporation Clerk.
jtfy order ol the Town Council.
W. W. Sue a lor, J. H. Foos,
Clerk. Mayor.
Feb. 17, 1870 w3 prf10,00.
Books for Farmers and Stock
Breeders,
at
Son,
co
partnership, der
Bound Volumes of the American
Stock Sourna). for 1868 containing 384
large double column pages, sent post
paid for $1,50
Bound Volumes of the American Stocx
Journal for 1869, containing 384 pages
sent post paid for . . .Sl.oO
1 he Dairymans Manual tor 2octs
the HorsemaiiS Manual " 25cU
The Hog llreeders' Manual 25cts
Th Sheep Breeders' Manoal, . . . 25cts
The Poultry Breeders' Manual, . . .25cts
The whole five Manuals sent post paid to
one address for . .$1 00
Agents wanted, to whom liberal in
ducements will be offered. Address'
N. P. BOTER k CO.. Publishers
1 m3 Parkesburg, Chester Co., Pa
Attachment Notice.
Joseph Trunk, Pl'lff. 1 Belore John
Stephens. Justice
of the Peace,
in
Lots;
Washington Tp
treble county,
John W. Tingle and
Charles Winder,
partners as Tingle
snd Winder, defend- I Ohio
nts.
A.
an orde
of attachment in the above action, for
the sum of sixty-five Dol.ars and eight
een cetiH. JVHKVH TRUNK..
Feb. 10, 1870 w8 prf $2,00.
ON the 21st day of January,
1870, said Justice issued an
FARR & BRO
DRUGGrlSTS.
Main Street, Eaton Ohio,
in. 2L 1869-yl.
VISITING CARDS. Packages
of beautiful Visiting Cards, neatly
printed, flfty in a case at 93,00 can
be had at this Offioe.
J. P. BROOKNI8 4 SON.
Retail Druggists
Baron St., Eaton, Ohio,
feb. 14 '69.yl '
ISAAC McLANE
LIVERY, FEED 9t SALE STABL1
Cherry Street, EATON, OHIO.
Eaton, February 3, 1870,yrl.
Sabscribe foTthe rilToCK AT.
MBicn
called, are merely tcishiwnJey stuf,
told as a beverage. Dr. Kobackra
Bitters are not a beverage tn anA
nf 4. jwM-f fnit jnTtti , .V
K7HC JJ mnn u, www w.mm.vv
most expensive drugs known to
science for the radical ours qf
Indiatstion and Dyspepsia, and
for all cases wiiere a tonic and
stimulant are
required. Tkey
restore the vital
forces in a re
markable degree,
and give tone to
the system.
TiTmmTiTin I
I
Roback t Stom
ach Bitters,
unlike aU other
Bitters in the
market, possess
intrinsic met tt.
Most Bitters, so
STOIiCI
PURIFIER
PILLS
It is now eleven
years stnoe Dr.
Roback, the osU
ebrated Swedish
physician, from
StockJtolm, Swe
den, came to this
courJhry and tnl&tducfd the Soon
dxnavum Blood Jauntier; since
which lime Uiousands have been
cured, by Us use, qf Scrofula and
other blooil diseases. It contains,
besides the Iodide qf Potassa and
Syrup of StiUingia, drugs import
ed Tram csweaen jor us express
manufacture, unknown and not
kept by apothe
caries in this
country. A
single trial will
convince the most
skeptical of Us
wonderful value.
BLOOD
Dr. Roback' t
Blood PUls are
unsurpassed by
any Pill manu
factured for
similar purpose,
One trial inva
riably establishes them as favorites
with all who use them.
The reasons why Br. Roback' t
Blood PUls should bs kept in
ery family are: Because them can
be employed in all cases where m
"family physic " is required, and
are perfectly safs in their admin
istr ation at all times; Because
they are made
both with and
without sugar
eoating, thus
adapting them to
the' use of every
body; Because
BLOOfi
they can bs pur
chased at any
drug store at the
extremely low
prise of twenty-
five cents per
Wor Sale by Dtitpffimta
and Dealer its JPsUetU
-xohere.
jjJEW gLACKSMITH g
NOTICE TO ALL CREATION.
Th undersignec has jast opene d
A FIRST CLASS BLACK SMITH
Shop oa Decator and Beech 8w. Eaton,
Ohio (just above the Brewery.
Horse-Shoeing, Plows, Harrows,
Wagons, Edged I ooU, Ac.
made Nww or repaired. Alao Double
Linked Chains repaired or made. Briner
on your Work, Satisfaction Warrantee.
tmiilblTAJN HJHITH.
January. 27, 1870-yrL
NEW!! NEW !!
FRESH GROCERIES
J. N. LONGNECKf Rf
WOULD respectfully annonnce to
the citizens of Eaton and vicinity
that having purchased tbe entire stock
of Groceries of Stannah & Bro , will al
ways be found on. hand one door West oi
the National Bank, with a larae and
well seleated stock; of
gROCERIES JJOflONS,
Coffe, Tea, Sugar!
JElovsr Bacon.,
Molasses, Syrups, Nuts, Fresh k Oove
Oysters, Sardines, Indigo, Starch,
Sods, Matches, Candles, Lamps
QoeenswAre, Fresh Butter,
Crrckers, Cheese, Cigars, Smoking To
bacco, Cue wing Tobacco, Blacking
Freth & Pickled Fish, 4c. Ac.
Bring Your Country Produoe
hero if you want Cash or Cash prirtea for
it. I take pleasure in showing and wott
ing upon customers and oak a liberal
share of the public patronage,
J. N. LONONECKKR.
Eaton O.. Dec. 23, 1869 mos3.
Democrat 55
Job Office.
Main Street
Eaton, O.
WEDDING CARDSKlegantlw
gotten up Wedding Cards are fur
uiabd promptly at this I

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