jerl Sliver, Clement Sliver, Mary
Hiia Kehfuss' Emtua
nat tie Chrisman.
r r-k - t-m . i rt 19t Til t-
O Staoiy u, jdoob, rraiui
Kesler. Chas Shields, Effie 8te-
hens. Marv Tim in.
Mns Sarah Crume's Dkp't
-(A) Cliarle Uaker, Wra.Oift,!
Ihner BenneL Horace Zeck, L ,
Metoria Benhet, Mary Brauoat.,
LlfaretU J Laurer,
tone, Christina Ktrfre. Ella
Ihow, Fredic Schaedler, Cath
Hne, Schaedler, Maiy- Shields,
Harriet Tattle, Mir'tSAjna Tottle,
live Trnux, Emma Nease,Min
eh ah a Gahel mm
'The Spring term of onr school
rencd last week, with an atten
hnne on Monday morning of 380.
The Chairman of the Femo-
raticStatoCenvention has issued
call for the holding of the
late Convention at Cohlnibus
Wed n esd ay Ja n e 1 9t.
JThe certificate of the Frebe
unty .Jfauufacturlrtg Company
icatod ln Baton, with $80,000,
as filed on the 60th of April.
Te will hare a more exteuded
Mce of this enterprise again.
(-Rev J. D. LAUKRw-ill spsak in
he Christian Church next 8un
ay Morniug ;tt 10J o clock.
I Brisk. The Eagle House is
loing a lively business from an
rxanniatien ot the KetrtBtor we
Ire induced to make this men-
FC R BENT. In the busine ss center
f Eaton. A. room, used for years as a
Iru Store, with the usual shelving
burners and drawers, -Iks? kJB . Scbf&ks
The Cincinnati Tppe Fonudry
!ompany calibrates the fiftieth
ear of its existence by preaeafc
ng its pirfrons with a new and
lleejmt specimen book. The
vork does credit to this veteran
istablishment, illustrating their
nanufaetures in a most beautiful
tylo. The type from which the
Democrat is printed as well as
he machinery, came from the
A Scripture Puzzle.
.The following pusale was handed nt
or publication by an otd subscriber tiring
n Twin township. Here is a chance for
or .Bible scholars to try their hands:
rod made Adnm out ofdttst,
tut thought it lest to make nie first;
o 1 wat made before the man,
aaltrcr Gods most holy plan.
v Uody He uid make complete,
ul without legs, or arras or feet;
y waj s and actions did control,
iut I was made without a son.
y Maker's law I did obey,
rom them I never went astray,
housands of mites' I run in fear,
nt seldom, on the ground appear.
at God in me did something see,
;od put a Mving soul in me;
son of man my God did claim,
,nd look that soul from as again.
nd when the soul from m waa fled,
was the same vs wtiea first made;
But wiihoutlegs, or arras or soul,
irarel now from pole to pole.
I labor hard both day and night,
fin fallen man I eive arrest litrht;
Thousands at Deonle. both toune and
Will by my death great light behold.
frhe Scriptures I cannot believe,
jit right or wrong I can nr.. perceive;
lAltho' my oame therein is found,
They are to me an empty sound.
And now my friends these lines too read
And search the Scriplni eg with all speed,
(And if my came yoo find not tbeie,
Til think it Strang, I do declare..
BRAINARDS, MUSICAL WORLD.
The Mav number of this valu
able musical monthly is on onr
table, failed, as usual, with beau
tiful new music and entertaining
reading. Ko person interested
in mu6ic should do without the
-Musical World. Each number
contains from three.to 6ix pieces
of choice new music by the best
TOi-itrra in the country. he?idea
Jfusical Stories, Uinta, New,
Sketches ami general intelli
gence. The Musical World has
a circulation of over 20,000 copi
es monthly, more than double
that of any magazine of its kind
in the country. It is furnished at
the low price of 1.00 per annum.
8. Brainard A Sons, pnblirfaere
DIED In Eaton, at 9 o'clock P. M
rnril 29th. 18701 Mas. 8ah CcaaY
wife ol William Curry, and daughter of
Che late John and Sarah Vanauadal; aged
82 years and 4 months.
Mr. Carry, was born in Berkly.coanty,
Virginia, in 1T88, and emigrated with
her Father and family to Preble county.
Ohio, in 1807, and was married to Wil
liam Cnr.-v in June 1813, then moved
with her hasbaud to the western part of
tha ronntv. until the Tear IZ4 then re
moved to'this place, from which she has
been taken, we trust, to a higher and
happier and everlasting inheritance,
"Where sickness, sorrow, aor
Death shall never enter"
Mrs. Curry leaves a husband, one son.
and two daughters, with a number of
grand children nnd grea' grand children
to imitate her christian character and be
trerared to greet her in that heaven of
eternal rest. So might it be,
jy. O.ofO. T. Meeta every Tuesday
cuing at o'clock.- at TempleHall.
We -vnrfwrstand the business
pn Main end Haron, are en-
LsLsVorins to have, these two
, jn ,i,;ff n, .Irv
"F , ,7
jdon't know of anything that
could de done to oar streets that
would add more pleasure than to
have them sprinkled during das
ty weather, and if it is uot done
Oy the property holders among
themselves, let. the Codneil take
It in band. We are satisfied no
body will begrudge the small
ICE CREAM. As the lee Cream sea
on is upon as, ire would remind loose
desiring to indulge in that luxury, that
John Rhea is celebrated for making ex
cellent and delicious ice cream. Re mem
her his room on the corner of Main &
Cherry, Eaton Ohio.
Winter has gone soon all nature
Mayor Foo had his pocket relieved off
about $19 at the Cirous on last Friday.
Rather an expensive "show" and sot so
complimentary after all.
Under theeame laws of Ohio
the duck shooting season is clos
ed nntill the ls og September
sportsmen will take notice,
and govern themselves according
The promised expose of theCourt
House 'Tat" difficulty did set appear in
"Kegifter last week. This indicates
that oar pious (?) Revenue official has
concluded to retract the false charge
made atrainst a brother "rat" as this is
the second time he is reported to have
taken the back track since his-proceed
ings against his opponents for school
Director on last election day. His high
toned christian character must be about
Si. Quiari A Huston, marble dealers
-of this place, invite all in quest of good
work, and fair prices, to give them a
calt. Shop near R B. Depot.
April and May lire to furnish
many nobby weddings in New
York, says an exchange.
Exparte, A. P. J Johnson
& other citizens of Ne
Paris O., and vicinitj.
ty Co art of
XT otic c is hereby given to ail persons
JJI interested, teat Ahram
of New Paris Preble
county Ohio, did
1870, file his pe
on the Bed day of April,
til ion on hehalf cf himselt ami 11 oth
ers interested in the Coart of Common
P'eas within Mid for the ce inty of Pre
ble in said State of Ohio, setting torta
that om the 4th day of January 1 840
James Cochran and Eliza J. Oochran,
his wife, conveyed by deed Lot number
41 in the towa of hew Paris, Preble
county. Ohio, te. certain Trustees there
in warned and their successors in office,
and to the Citizens of New Paris and vi
cinity thereof forever upon the condition
that said Ilea: Ustata was to be express
ly used for ne other purpose whatever.
That said Trustees to whom said Lr
was thus onveed, have long since ceas
ed to perform said trust That Uw t e
safety ot said property so eevivevea as
aforesaid, and for the dee execution -of
snid trnst, acting trustees are required
That the instrument creating said trust
fsils to siake provision for the election
of the successors of the Trustees named
said. deed. And praying that the
Cosrt will appoint four siiitewe- and
proper persona resident of the town ol
New Paris and vicinity, trustees la act
as auceessros oi me original irus-
tsr. named in said trust deed with the
fall power sin ri authority to take charge of
setd trust property ana ruiiy aiacurg
all the duties of said trust.
CAMPBELL & QILMOREftfJ.H.FOOS,
Attorneys for 1'etitioner.
April 28, 1870. w6 prf. $13.50.
rvi pes i
Johx C BeKicp.
John H alderman
BONER & H0LDERMAN,
Having recently associated aa partners
in the Grocery Business, would inform
the pablic that they have now on hand
good supply of
First Class Groceries such
Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses,
Spices, Candies, Soap, Tobacco
Jtr iVnrara Rntlnr Chaaaa
& Cigars, Butter, Cheese,
Lard & gs; FLOUR &
MEAL. Dried Fruits,
Dried Beef, Tuba,
Baskets, &c, &c.
-M This firm have the exclusive
Agency in Eaton, for the sale of
PHAMPUN KfcArElt; and the
proved Dayton Sulky Horse Rake.
April 21 1870 OK. 6.
and all others wanting Plews are direct
ed to the above shop where we manu
facture Plows adopted to both Sod and
Fallow ground. Call and
onr stock of Plows, before purchas
ing elsewhere, as we have proven our
Plow better constrancted for LlWHi-
NESS OF DRAFT, Neatness of Work
than any other Plow in tne market.
We are also manufacturing one horse
plows. Shovel Plows Ac. Wow repair
ing of all kinds done. Shop ne r Depot
G. S. BROWEK.
Eaton, February 10, 1860 ti.
Sale of Real Estate by Ordor
On Friday the 27th of May, 1870, at 3
o clock, P. M., in the afternoon, ou the
premises, will be sold to the highest bid
der, the loilowing Real Estate, as the
property of Henry Orottendeck, deceased
.Being a part of the east half, of section
29, in township a, of range 1 east. Also,
a p urt ot the South west quarter of sec
tion 28 in Township and range aforesaid
commencing at the north west corner of
said south-west quarter tbence north
86 degrees east, 4 chains and 43 links
thence soath 6 degrees and 30 minutes
west 14 chains and 91 links thence
north 62 degrees, and 45 minutes wet
16 chains and IS links thence north
33 degrees, west 1 chain thence north
75 degrees, west 7 chains and 82 links
thence north 77 degrees, and 30 minutes
west 8 chains thence south 85 desrrees
and 15 minutes, west 3 chains and 63
links thence north 11 degrees, and 45
mioutec, eas 2 chains and 96 links
thence north 60 degrees and 45 minutes
west 11 ehains and 83 licks hence
north 3 d erees and 30 minutes, west 25
chains end 70 links thence worth 86
degrees, east 9 chains and 46 links
thence norm degrees, east o casus
and 79 inks ttence south 71 degrees,
east 5 chains and 2 links-thence south
3 degrees ana 30 minutes east 12 chains
and 15 links thence north 85 degrees
and 30 mibutes, east 20 chains and -38
links thence soulh 3 degrees and 30
minutes, east 20 chains and 21 links to
the place of beginning, 124 acres and
iy-too more. or less.
Terms of Sale as follows one third
cash to band, one-third in one year aad
one third in two years, tbe deferred pay
meats te bear interest from date of sale
and secured by mortgage on the premi
ses WILLI A If H. DOTVELL.
Administrator of the Estate of Henry
H. B. PAYNE, Attorney.
April 38, 1BT0 w4prf f 14,75.
Sealed proposals will be received at
rhis office up to noon of Wednesday,
June 8ih next, far a wrought Iron
Bridge across Wht'e Water Creek, west
ef New Paris, Preblo county, Ohio- One
Span oti'.O feet.
About 2U28 Uubic Yards ot jmoank
meut. Atout 158 Perch of Masonary and tbe
Foundation for same.
About 104 Cubic Yards o Gravel.
By order of tbe Commissioners.
JARVI8 N, LAKE, Auditor
April 23, 870-w6 pcf $6.00
ta-j U-i J
5 TO IS
TO DO ALL KINDS OF
Edged Tools, Heavy Forging and
All Kinds oi joooing
ON SHORT NOTICE !
Eaton, Febiuary 3, 1870 lyr.
VI 111 A T? TPVM A IKE
Broadway, opposite Aslor Place, N.
4 fl n.'l
Stnt free in a sealed envelope my
uable lecture on the Errors of Youth
signed as a warning and caution to young
men. with rnlea and prescriptions for
cure cf weakness and lost manhood,
one who haa been permanently cared.
sand stand and address
6?- Absolute Divorces leeally obtain
ed in New-York, Indiana, Illinois
other States, for persons from any
or Countxy, legal everywhere, desertion,
drunkenness, non-eupport, etc., sufficient
cause, no publicity; no i barge until
obtained. Advice freer. Business
established fifteen years.
Address, M. HOD8E, Attorney,
No 78 Fassau Street, New York
April 21, 1870- mos. 3:
BIG THIN 6!
Having Returned From New Tork with a very
I WILL OFFKR THEM AT THE FOLLOWING
LOOK AT THE REDUCTION IN PRICES.
1809. 1870- 186. 1870. 1869.
ALPACAS, 50 25 GINGHAMS, 35 25 CliASII 12j
75 50 " 40 30 2()
1 00 75 " 50 37
' - XTrCT ,- , TABLE LINENS, 75
LAWNS, 25 15 PRINTS, I tt l ' An
33 20 " 15 12i A'UU
ARMURES, 83 20 ORG ANDAS, 50 S5 BED SPREADS, 2,25
35 25jJapanee8 8ilkPattem8l8,00-13,00 3,00
SPRING DELAINES30 30 GLOVES, 50 25 qq
SH ALLIES, 25 12' HOSE, 25 12 J
35 25 50 85 " 9 8,00
1870.1 1869. 1879.
OyLIHtfN IlAHDK RCFS, 25 10
" 33 iff
15 " 50 40
50 CARPETS, 1,00 66
75 1,00 76
1,75 " 1,35 1,00
8 00 " 176
' OIL CLOTHS 1t 60
5,00 " " 1,00 J8
AND IN ADDITION A FULL STOCK
OF HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, & SHOES;
AND ETERYTHING KEPT I TV A. COUNTRY STORE,
Call in at No. 3, Co
HO WARD 8ANITARY AID
For the Relief aid Cure of .he Erring
and Unfortunate, on Prindiples of
Essays on tne Errors of Youth
and the follies of Agein relation, tn
Marriae Bvd Social ttvils with sanitary
aid for the afflicted. Sent.free, in eenl
ed Envelopes. Address", HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, -Box P. Philadelphia,
LP. feblO;180- yrl
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Hi f!aarh waa im mediately-- relieved
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3 1 Rev. ASA BKOWlf.
I can read without wearing spectacles
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usina your Saasair vs and "Witch Hazel.
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1 mos3 Bible House Station, N. Y.
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f 1 mos.'!
LOVE AND MATRIMONY.
How to marry, who to marry, and
when to marry, The effections maybe
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may marry happily without regard to
wealth, age, or neauty. oena stamp uu
Md LTTCILLE DEMARRE,
Feb 17, '70 m3 Station D, N. Y.
Notice is hereby fi-iven, that tb
dersigned has this day, been duly ap-1
pointed as Administrator of the Estate
of Adam House, late of Preble county,
Ohio, deceased. JOHN HOUSE.
J. H. Foos. Attorney.
Mar. 17, 1870, w3 pri $1,75.
T,U nnrlarairrnPil hftM tiOtl (liilv HT
Dointed Administrator of the Estate of!
Levi Harp, late ot Preble county, Ohio,
deceased, on the 13th 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
able articles highly approved by the
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Mad. MARY MUUKB, IS I croaaway,
gotten up Wedding Cards are fur
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Manhood: How Lost.
Just published, a new edi
. uon t f Dr- Colverwell s
E Celebrated Essay on the
anical et&e (withcut medi
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Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal
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tion of the knife; pointing out a mode of
cure at once simrle, certain, nnd etf?c-
tnal. by means of which every sufferer, no
matter what his condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately, and rad
This Lecture should be in the
bands ot every youth and every man in
Sent, nuder seal, in a plain envelope.
to any address, postpaid, on receipt of
six cents, or two post stamps. Also,
Dr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide," price
2.3 cents A ddi ess the Publishers,
CIIAS. J. C KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery, N. Y-, P. O. Box 4,686.
kov zo, law yi
Notice to Buildcrs.
SEALED proposals win be received
nntil the 2nd day ol April, A. D.
Ifc70, at 12 M. for the purpose or build
ing a Escbool tiouse, in ouo-uisirict no.
lO, in Washington townsnip, rreoie
county. Ohio, ror bpecihcations, call
on B. r. Lartth, township UlerK, in H.a-
ton, -where bids will be received up to
that time. 1 he Hoard n serves an rignt
to reject any or all bids cot deemed lea
sonable. By order ofthe Board of
John Kisling, Clerk.
AGENTS WANTED for our
By Dr. Napheys, Chief of Clinic of Jef
ferson Meoicai uoi:egt, r nuiaae'pnm.
A new and first-clam worn, sens at
sight to almost every woman an . every
married man. Nothing else halt so saia
ble now out. Our ngents are coining
money, and doing a good work besides.
Send for terms, and testimonials from
Surg. General Hammond, Henry Ward
Beecher. and hosts of other physicians
and clergymen. Address, K. HANNA
FORD & CO., Publishers of Fiasr Class
Books, 177 West Kourth
i Street, Cincinnati (marl 7, 70-w4
EW BLACKSMITH CHOP.
NOTICE TO ALL CREATION
1 A F1BST CLASS BLACKSMITH
Shop on Decator and Beech Sts. Eaton,
Ohio just above the Brewery,
! Horse-Shoeitig, Plows, Harrows,
v agons, x.ugeu i ooib, ctu.
; made New repliired. AlBO Double
. , . r-hains rDired or made. Bring
on your Work, Salisjaotion Warranted.
, L.-r xt qkitit
January. 27, 1870-yrLj
tne State ot Indiana, and Henry r.
Swain of Santa Clara county, in the
State of California, will take notice
William Mitchell of Miami county, in
the State of Indiana, aod Henry P.
that Owen W. Peck of the county, of
Wayne, iu the State of Indiana, did on
the 29th day of JTarch 1870, file his
petition in ike Court of Common Pleas
within and for the county of Preble, in
the State of Ohio, ayoinst the said Wil
liam Mitchell and Henry P. Swain, de- j
fendants, retting forth that on the 12lh '
day of November, 1844, the said Mitch
ell sold to the said Swain the following
premises situate in the county of Preble
and State of Ohio, and in the township
of JeSerson, and bounded and describ-
ed as follows .Being a part of the South
west quarter of section 28, township, 9, I
range 1, east beginning at the ounty
road, on the line of Isaac Taylor's land
tbence westward ol-ng said road to an
Elm tree tc ence northward, running
with a oertain Oax tree to Robert Scotts
south line thence east alon? said line
to the north west corner of said Isaac '
Taylor's land thence south along said
Taylor's line to the place of beginning,
containing 15 acres more or less -that
said Swain took possession of said Real
Estate, and paid the consideration moo
ey in full, as stipulated for in an article
of agreement entered into between said
Mitchell and Swain, but which nirree- ,
ment by mistake did not correctly de-1
scribe the premirea aforesaid intended i
to be and which was sold, that said j
Mitchell failed to make said Swain a1
deed therefor, that on the 21st day of
February 1866, said Swain by a quit
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 premise! in !
said deed is also erroneous and ineorrect '
and praying that said Mitchell may be ;
ordered and decreed to convey said pre-
mises by a correct description to the said
this Dlaintin. as
to this p
said Swain assignee, that said Swain, if
said Mitchell shall be decreed
to convey the same by correct df
scription to this plam'iff, or in defaultol ,
either or both oi them complying
the order and decree of the court in
respect, that the deciee oi the Court 6e
declared to operate as such conveyance,
and that tbe said William Mitchell and
Henry P. Swain are notified that they
are required to appear and answer said
petttition on or before the third Saturday
after the 12th day of May next.
OWEN W. I'EUK.,
By Mili.cr t Harris his Att'ys.
D. B. Morjow, Clerk.
March 31, 1870 w6 prf$26.75.
The undersigned having pnt up a New
ShoD opposite Robinson, Chambers ACo's
Machine Shop, on the corner of Maple
& High Streta, is now prepared to do
.111 Minds Heparins
IRON OR WOODWORK
on short notice, having had years of
practical experience, he flatters himself
that lie can give Satisfaction to all who
may fnvor him with their patronage.
Special attention given to
Plow & Wagon Work
JOS, F. BONAKER.
Eaton sep.3,68 tf.
NOTICE! Aew Aveertisdments.
. , . . t y
icon AjrnAj a nn n
Incorporated Feb. s, '48,
Cash Surplus, Sept.
29, 1860 .... 281,828 30
Lessee Paid over - - - 278,000 OO
Insures Farm Property Only:
EXPENSES LESS, in proportion to a
monnt of business than anv other Com
pany doing business in Ohio, and fer
this reason its rates are lower titan those
of any other Company,
Without any Further Liability,
Has been in successful operation
over twenty years, and by reason
of its low rates, fair dealing, and
prompt settlement of losses, has become
the most popular Company in the States
among the Farmers. In case of lots,
tnis uompany pays the lull vatne or prop-
Fire or lAsrhtninKs
np to the amDuni insured. For Insur
ance or further information apply to
tif. D. IIOFJUJES, Jtg-t.
For Preble tpartofMontaom'ryOountiM.
ADDRESS, Gratis, Preble Co- O
.Nov 11th, 1869,yrl.
crtT destroyed by
f iJr v annC UCUI iLDCftf
finCIAnUd; rtt VT JCflot I
CPCCD PORT GRAPE W W El
01 LLlI 0 lUfll UnrUL Hint!
kiasttsV -a.ar w ara
XVUAK. I Jif if VMjMI
rTlHIS justly celebraled native Wine is
-- -de from the juico of the Oportive
Grape, raised in tut- country. Its vala-
a"i ououjmihii.j xroperxie.
Bro -"p- "J umer nauya nine
Ti . ; i 1 . i
Bet- g tbe pure juice or tbe crape.
ed under Mr. Sneer's own personal
ervised, Its purity and genuineness are
guaranteed. The youngest
. - . .
partake ot its generous qualities, and na
weakest invanu may use n 10 aavan i ge.
It is particularly beneficial to the aired
and debilitated, and is suited to the var
ious ailments that affi.ct the weaker sex.
It is, in every respect, A WINE TO BE
INVALIDS USE 8PERR'8 PORT
FEMALES USE SHEER'S PORT
WEAK Li Y PERSONS FIND A
BENEFIT BY ITS US Hi
Speer's Wines in Hospitals 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 the Signature of Alfred Speer,
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. BROO KINS SON
Aa lr Eaton. Ohio
no v. oumu.
CAMPBELL ft GILMORE,
(Successors to Gilmoro A Campbell, X
ATTORNEYS at LAW.
NOTARIES PUBLIC, LAND AN0
Gov't Claim Agents.
EATON. CM Mi
Offios at the old stand, oil Barron Street
Jan. 1 1809. ft.
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