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tarn i7 tK i ijlri -.IqsLTMnw Be WLVa jgEg 3igfc msBls!
Combined with 1L
owanda's ' Brazilian
AH powerful Combination composeii of the foDovvine well-known Artistes
Mona. Saigrisi, Alex.' Lo.vaml-H, Marietta Zauftfitta, Natello Lewanda.
Clarinda Lowanda, Uartinlio Lowamla, Aberlarda Lowanda, s Geo. Seigriat,
Tlioa Seigr'ust, W. Seigrit, W Sparks, Clark Gihbs,
Prof. Nash, Pete Couklin, II. Nichols, VV. Winner.
& In the Meiiagewc Deportment will be found Elephants Camels, Three-IIorned Bulk Water
Buffalo, Great African Hartibest, Wbite Oamele,1 Lions and Lioness, Leopards. H'enas, Panthers,
Burmese Cattle. Japanc; Hogs, African Porcupines, ZbtTra, Badgers', White Peacocks, AoiericaqJ
Lions, liocky MoOntawi Moose, bilver ITox; Linzzly Bear, Uma, India Cattle, Alotikew, Apes, Ba
boons, Ichneumons, Ant Eaterp, Cockatoos, Macavvi, Powees, Parrots &c. The procession will en
ter, town t or near ten o'clock a. m., led by Professor Schacht!s Opera Band.
Admission 50 cents; Children under nine years df age, 25 centi. fcWi)4 Exhibit at Eaton, Friday
April 29bh, 1 870 C MM. VTW.V WWOMTM, JMgent.
DANZI6ER & LAKE.
The Largest Price in Cash paid for
of all lands, or otherwise
THE BEST s SOAPS
VfiH be fcien in exchange. Apply at
the Factory esl the Depot,
DANZIGFR k LAKE,
April 28. 1820. tf.
Sate Bills, Postern,
Mmrogrammcs, Cards, can
be had a this Office.
( John Hai.dkijmak
I I n IV? . ;1
BONER & H0LDERMAN,
Hnvinor reo.fiiillv nsso. i.ilpd ar nn.rtnprs
in the Urocey JJusiness, would inTorm
guod supply of
First Class Groceries such as
Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses,
Spices, Candies, Soap, Tobacco
& Cigars, Butter, Cheese,
Lard & Eggs; FLOUR &
Dried Beef, Tubs,
' Baskets, &c, &c.
Tbis firm Have the exclusive
A(tncv in Kuton. for the sale of the
CHAMPUN REAPER; and the im
proved Dayton Sulkv Hearse Rake.
April 21, 18T0 m'oa. J.
and all others wanting Flews are direct
ed to the above shop where we manu
focture Plows adopted to both Sod and
Fallow ground. Call and
at our stock of Plows, before purchas
ing elsewhere, as we have proven our
Plow better constraucted for LIGHT
NESS OF DRAFT, Neatness ot Work
than any other Flow in tno market.
We are also manufacturing one horse
plows, Shovel Plows ic. Plow repair
ing of all kinds done. Shop r.e r Depot
Eaton, Ohio, G- S- BHOWER.
Eaton, February 10, 1860 tf.
L O.of G. T. Meets every Tuesday ev
ening at 7J o'clock, at Temple Hall.
OU Hand i
' TO DO ALL KINDS OF
Edged Tools, Heavy Forging and
All kinds ot Jobbing
ON SHORT NOTICE !
Eaton, Febiuary 3, 1870 lyr.
Sent free in a sealed envelooe mv -al
uable lecture on the Errors of Youth de
signed as a warning and caution to vonnir
... . . ' j -o
me. Wlttl rules and rrescrintimm fnr thn
curot weakness and lost manhood, by
one who has been permanently cured,
Send jtand and address
Broadway, opposite Astor Place, N.
Having Het rained From New York with a very
-I WILL OFF Kit THEM AT THE FOLLOWING
LOOK AT THE REDUCTION IN PRICES.
S r RING- 3 E L A INE330
; ' 85 .
I S9. 187
25 Japanees Silk rattcrnelS.OO 13;00
30,'gLOVES, 50 25' i
TABLE LINErNS, 75
" M 1,00
50 f, 85BED SPREADS, 2,25
" ft 4,00
169. 1870 I860. 1870.
ihx m LINEN Handk" nets. 25 10
"20. - 15
AND IN ADDITION A PULL STOCK
OF HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, & SHOES;
5 - Ai"NTl EVERYTHING liEPl XJV J OOUKTRY STORE,
Call irt at No. 3, Commercial Block,
HO WARD 8ANITAJ1Y A-H-
Fothe Uel ef and Cure t he Erring;
and Unforluuato, ooj'PsjnJiples of
Essays on the Errors of Youth
and ihe Follies of pc. in relation t"
Marria eaud Socialvila, .wtjyinitarv
id for thn afflicted. Seu.t,free, in ecil
ed Envelope.- A'ddresBjJ HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, Box P. Philadelphia,
p. febio-.ino yrr.
4 WJbAii. JliX jast,
rOSlTlVilLY CUBED BY '
Sassafras and Witch Hazel,
A package will be sent by mail post
paid on rcei t of Twenty-five cents.
MyCaa'.rh im mediately relieved
by your Sassafrai.ad Witch Hasel.
7 . .Itev ASA BROWN.
I can rend without wearing spectacles
and the weakness is entirely goAe since
usine your Sassafras and Witch Hazel.
NORMA N BARNES.
Ynnr Sassafras and Witch Hazel has
never tailea M) relieve mj
-(within five minutes.
"Mrs SARAH J"i
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ducement is offered to Agent etcrywhar-e
llfiv MARTIN DTJTTON,
fl mosSl Bible House Station.'N. y.1
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THE N. Y. FAMILY JOURNAL
A new literary eight page paper con
taining interesting reading of great merit
by the greatest writers of the day. Terms
Fifty Cent j a year. Specimen copies
rent free for three months canvassers,
Lcdies or QtnUeinen are offered 0Uat
FA 't'TE JOURNAL OFFICE,
Cor. Third Avenue and Ninth St., N. Y.
LOVE AND MATRIMONY.
How to marry, who to marry, and
when to marry, The effections may be
gained by toHowing simple rules, ana au
may marry happily without regard to
wealth, age, or beauty. Send stamp and
Mad. LUCILLE DEMARRE.
Feb 17, '70 m3 Station D, N. Y.
been duly ap-
Notice is hereby eiveti, that the un
dersigned has this day,
pointed as Administrator of the
of Adam House, late of Prebl eounty,
'Ohio, deceased. JOHN HOUSE,
J. H. Foos, Attorney.
Mar. 17, 1870, w3 prf $1,75.
The undersigned has been duly an.
pointed Administrator of the Estate of
Levi Harp, late of Preble county, Ohio,
deceased, on the 13U day of March A.D.
1870. ISAAC KESLING, Adm'r.
March 17, 1870 w3prf.pd.
A circular sent free on subjects of,
great interest to mat ried Ladies, con
taining particulars of several very valu-1
able articles highly approved by the
Medical Faculty and the hundreds who'
nse them. Every lady should have a copy
ItC 1. 11 - 11 J .
I SonH cn,nT.iniln,lJ.i
Mad. MAllY MOORE, 737 Broadway
j New York 1 mt3
; . - -
Y.' gotten up Wedding Cards arefur
l niBhed promptly at this Offloe.
Manhood: How Lost How
Jast pu blisbed, a npw edi
tion f Dr Culverwell s
Celebrated Essay on the
radictfi cure f without medi
cine) Of SrnKMATORRHOSA, Or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal
Ijnsses. Impotency, Mental tfnd Physical
Incapacity, Iatpdimenn to Marriage
etc. ;iloConsiKnption, EpilepsT, and
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BSUPrice, in a sealed envelope, only 6
The celebrated author, in tlys admira
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thirty years' successful practice, that the
alarming consequences of self-abuse rrfay
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use of internal medicine or the applica
tion of the knife; "poinling out a mod,e of
cure at once simrlti certain, and eff.-c-Lua!.
by means of which every sufferer, no
matter what his -"condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately, and rad
Pa& This Lecture should be in the
hands of every youth and every man in
Sent, under seal, is a plain envelope,
to any address, ispaid, on receipt of
sic" cents, or two post stamps. Also,
Dr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide," price
j oents. Address the Publishers.
CHAS.J.C KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery. N. Y., P. O. Box 4,
wov 3a,-18by yl
Notice to Buildcrs.
SEALED proposals wilVbe received
nntil the 2nd day of April, A. D.'
Ie70, at 13 M. for the purpose of build
ing a School House, in Sub-District No.
10. in Washington township, '.Prebla
county, Ohio. For Specifications, call
on B. F". Larsh, township Clerk, in Ea
ton, where bids win be received up to
that time. The Board rt serves all right
to reject any or all bids uot deemed lea
sonable. By order of the Board of
John Ktsling, Clerk.
AGENTS WANTED for our
By Dr. Napheys, Chief of Chnic of -Jefferson
Medical College, Fhillade'ph''1-
A new and first-clans work. Sells at
sight to almost every woman an! every
married man. Nothing else half so sala
ble now out. Our rgents are coining
money, and doing ar gd work besides.
Send for terms, and testimonials from
Burg. General Hammond, Henry Ward
Beecher. and hosts of other physicians
and clergymen. Address, E. HANNA
FORD & CO., Publishers of First Class
Subscription Books, 177 West Fourth
Street, Cincinnati (marlt, '70-w4
EW BLACKSMITH CHOP.
lie understgneo nas jusi opened a
A FltlST CLASS BLACKSMITH
Shop on Decator and Beech Sts. Eaton,
Ohio just above the Brewery.
Horae-Shoeing, Flows, Harrows,
Wagons, Edged Tools, &c.
made New or repaired. Also Double
Linked Chains repaired or made. Bring
on your Trork, Batisfaotion Warranted.
January. 27, 1870-yrl.
I'flL c coumy, in the
of California, wHl take notice ,
William Mitchell of Miami county, in
iue oiaie oi inuiana, auu iienry r
that Owen JV. Peck of the county, of
wyne, in- the Sute f Indiana, did on
the 2Dih day of ifarch 1870, file his
peuiiou in ine yuun oi common fleas
witain and tor ine oouiuy oi rreoie. in
the State of Ohio, aVoinst the said Wil
liam Mitchell and Henry P. Swain, de-
fendantf, setting forth that on tha lath
day of November, 1814, the said Mitch
ell sold to the said bwaia the tollowing 1
premises situate in the county of Preble
and State of Ohio, and in the township i
r -Ka x ! J.J M M ft
oi ucoersuii, anu oouuaea ur.i. aescno
yeat, quarter,f section 23, township, 9
raftge 1, east beginning at the ooujitr J
road, on the line 6Y Isaac Taylor's land'
thence westward along Mid road to an
Elm tree tr.ence northwaid, rnaning
with a certain OaK tree to Iiobcrt Scotts
sooth line tbeuce east sloug said line i
the north west corner of said Isaac !
TayWs land thepae south along said '
Taylor's llhe to the plsee of beginning, J
15 acres more or less that
said Swain took possession of said Ral
Estate, and patd the consideration niun 1
ey in lull, as 8tipn.lated for in an article ,
of agreement entered into between said
Mitchell and Swain, but whicii t, .rco- '
ment by mistake did not correct :
scribe the. premires aforesaid iniL-nded j
to be ana which was sold, that said
Mitchell failed to ' make said Swain a'
deed therefor, that on the -J 1st day of
February loob, said nwnin by a
claim Deed, attempted to convey said
premises to said Owen W. Peck, who has
had possession of the same ever since,
that the description of said premises in
Said deed is also erroneous aud incorrect
and .praying that said Mitchell may be
ordered and decreed to convey said pre-
miscs by a correct description to the said
t i c : .. . i. : - . i r
UOUI y L . UHttlll. 'I lJ Mill JMttl II blU, o.a i
said owain assignee, that said bwain, it
said Mitchell shall be decreed
to convey the same by correct d( -scription
to this plain'ifT, or in defaultof
either or both of them complying with
the order and decretf the court in that
respect, that the dectec ot the Court be
declared to operate as such conveyance,
and that the said William Mitchell and
Henry P. Swain are notified that they
are required to appear and answer said
petitition on or before the third Saturday
after the 12th day of May next. M
OWEN W. PECK,
By Miller Jb Uauius, his Att'ys.
D. B. Moraow, Clerk.
March 31, 1370 w6 prf2C.75.
JTMZ If SHOP.
The undersigned having put up a New
ShoD opposite Kobin nun, Chambers iCo's
Machine Shop, on the corner of Muple
A High Strets, is now prepared to do.
Jill Kinds Mteparing
IRON OR WOODWORK
on short notice, having had years of
practical experience, he flatters himself
that be can give Satisfaction to all who
may favor him with their patronage.
Special attention giveu to
Plow & Wagon Work
Horse - Shoein g
Eaton sep3,68 tf.
.... Mm ji . Jtn A
LtRuY MEDINA CO. 0.
Incorporated Feb. H, '48,
Cain Surplus, Sept
Losses Paid oyer - -
Insures Farm Property Only.
EXPENSES LESS, in proportion ta -mount
of business than anr otaea Com -pauj
doing basinets in OtaVu, and fer
this reason its rates are lower than those
of any other Company,
vvitnoutany furtrier Liawiify
Has been in successful operation
over ' twenty jea-, and by reason '
of its low rates, fair .dealing, and
prompt settlement or. fosses, has become
the most popu'ar Company in the States
'U&Tg tfce Farmers. In case of Idss,
t'3 Company pays the fbJ value of prop
to orty destroyed by
M ire or MjigHtning
up to the amount insured. For Insor
contnining anee or furlber information applyHo
g n wag r stsfi w.r
' "VM.fgMzai, .5t"f.
tor rr erne partojMontnomrtVountlt.
ADDBESS, Gratis, Preble Oo O
Nov 1 Uh' laTl
UlUCVaDnO klCUf ILDCTV
flilClAltllO) Mt If JCHoul
QPCCR'Q PORT RRAPC U UP
VI llii u i tin i unni l II l It Li
M O 9 It W.MMIS OE.M9.
fllHIS justly celebrated native Wine is
I made from tbejuico of the Opoctive
Grape, raised in this country. Its valu
able Tonic and Strengtlieijitjr Properties
are unsurpassed bo any other native Wine
Bei g the pure jnice of the grape, pro
ed under Mr Speer's own personal aap
ervisiod, Us purity and genuineness are
guaranteed. The youngest child may
partake of its generous qualities, and the
weskest invalid may use it to advan tv.
It is particularly beneficial to th aged
and debtlitaUd. aud ia suited to the. var
ious ailments that util.ct the weaker sex.
It is. in every reipoot, A- WINE TO 8E
INVALIDS CSE SPEAK S PORT
FEMALES USE SHEERS PORT
WEAKLY PERSONS FIND A
BENEFIT BY ITS USE.
Speer's Wines iu Hospitals are prW-
rcd te other wines.
Sold by Druggists generally, who also
uell Sjeer's Standard Wine Bitters,
Trade supplied by ull.wl olesale Dealers.
See that the Signature of Alfred Speer,
Passiae N. J.,isorer the cork of eaeh
A. SPEER'S Vinerard, New Jer.ey.
Office, No. 243 Broadwar New York.
For Sale by I. P. BROOKINS JkSQN
ftOtvr EiUon. OUio
JOBS V. ciMnct.u
CAMPBELL k GLLMORE,
(Successors to Gilmore k Campbell,)
ATT0ENEYS at LAW.
NOTARIES PUBLIC, LAND AND
Gov't Claim Agents.
Ottio ' at the old stand, oa Barron Street
Jan. 1 le'69. yL