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TOWN AND COUNTRY!
Rxuaious Notice. Rev. T. S.
Gumma, will preach in the
Christian Ohapel on the corner
of Baron and Soraers Sta., on
Sunday next at 10J o'clock, a. iu.
and in the evening at 7.
Rer. J. D. Lauhk, will preach
in the Christian Church, on next
Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. ni. All
The citizens along the new
Rail Road from Seymour to Col
lege Corner in the south-west
eomor of Prebla connty, have
raised the required amount and
have organized and elected their
officers, J. H. Bliah, President
and A. P. Charles, Secretary and
are going right to work.
Local items have'been so scarce
during the present week that we
have been thinking seriously of
hiring a desperado to knock
down the Mayor, waylay a Coun
cilmen or two and pick the pock
ets of the newly elected Corpora
tion Clerk, to give us a few items
of interest; but when we come to
think very seriously, we won't
Mrs. Q, H. Cowles, of Chardon
advocate of Spiritual-
ism, will lecture in Minor's Hall
to-morrow, (Thursday) evening
JMay 19th, at H o'clock. All
are invited to attend.
Interesting to House Keepers.
made new on short notice, one
door east of the Post Office, Eas
tou, Ohio. Satisfaction warrant
ed or no pay.
May 19, 1870-w3.
The Register fellow worries
considerable about the "rat f
fair," and declares we shall know
nothing about it. That is just
what we thought. If he can
, cover it up, so that the voters of
Preble county will not be able to
smell the stench, he will be do
ing what he considers to be his
Have we discovered a large
sized rat in the meal-tub? Is
there a cat In the big? If there
! nothing wrong in that "mi
vuilcr stan ding," why not tell
your reuders all about t? Make
a clean breast of it.Ieaac, tor you
no there is something rotten in
New Story by Mrs. Hknry
WooD.--Tbe Saturday Evening
Post of Philadelphia, having
purchased the advance sheets of
Mrs. Wood's new story, "BESSY
RANE," will commeuce the pub
lication in the paper of May 21.
Those who hv read "East
Lynne," and the more recent
"Georee Canterbury's Will,"
need not to be assured of Mr.
Wood's ability to write a splen
did story. We understand that
'Bessy Rane" fully maintains
Mrs. Wood's reputation as a wri
ter ot great power and interest.
Thk Post, apart from its stories,
is one of tbe best family papers
now published. Price $2.50 a
year. Address H. Peterson &
Co., 319 Walnut street, Philadel
phia, Pa. Sample numbersseut
Social Pic-Fic Mr. John
Weaver and Benj. Glander, will
hold a social Pic-Nie on Satur
day May 28th, 1870, in Samuel
Robertson's Grove, 3 miles north
of West Alexandria, on the (Vest
Alex and Lewisburg pike. The
above managers extend a wel
come1 invitation to young and
"bid to honor the accaesion with
their presence. Good music furnished.
United States Marshals.
The following were appointed
to serve as Assistant U. S. Mar
shals for Prehle county:
The north-western part of Pre
Tbe north-eastern part of Pre
ble, M. V. Randal.
The southwestern part of Pre
ble, Moses Nelson.
The southeastern part of Pre
ble, Alfred Denny.
Thb District Court of last
week, called the fewest number
of persons to town of any one
previous term we recollect
ever witnessing before. Nobody
comes unless they are compelled
WOOL! WOOL! WOOL!
Hswtntr been appoint eu t
Agent of the RichmouJ Yoy!en
Mills for the sale of all kinds of
woolen Goods in their lino such
as Blankets, Flannels, Jeans,
Tweeds. Cassimeres and Yarns,
which I will exchange for wool
at Factory prices.
Cash paid tor wool if desired-!
Call in and see before disposing
nf vnnp Wnnl
oi your wool.
M. i) . OTEPHKXS.
May 12, 187U wo.
Our "New Street Spbikkler,
made its first annearance on our
.f.a nn AfnnHav mornintr Ust
" j r, '
looking "as neat and trim 08 a
lass with a new bonnet, and
worked like a 'chajm. Our eitvj
izens should take stock in this
new and much needed busines
Let all ot our business men
down liberally, there is money in
it for all, and will add a IU-W iti-1
dustry to our town.
ENCOURAGE HOME ENTERPRISE
Saab, Blind and Door Factory.
Mcssts- L. & J. Gabki, of this place
will complete? their Rash, Band arrdj
Door Factory on or about the 25th
May, if they succed as well
they expect. When in running ordor,a
thev will be nreoired to do all kinds of
planing, as their machines aro of the
beat quality of f.iur-side machines, pa
dress both sides of a board at one time
If A.ir.A Thar will aim work liArn
floorin from two to three inches tuick.
if required. They have already pun has
and Shingles, (both Pine and Poplar)
. .., , ,, , , ,
and will keep constantly on hand nnd
forale at tnetr Factory, north sulo m
May 12, 1S70 - w2
THE '-SINGER" NEW
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,
WITH ATTACHMEKTS FOR ALL KIXDS OF WO K
Is fact winning favor in the Hmseh old
as thown by the Sales of Last Year,
Amounting to eighty-six Thous
and, seven Hundred and
which far exceed
those of any
This new FAMILY MACII1NK 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 show those whom ii
may concern, that it is the cheapest,
most beautiful, delicately nrraused
nicely adjusted, easily operated, and
smoothly running of all the family Sew
ing Machines. It is remarkable, net
not only for the range and variety of its
scwiug, but also, for the variety anl
variety of sewing, but also for (he carlo
ty and eifferent Kinds of Texture which
it will sew with equal facility and per
fection, using Silk Twist, Linen or Cot
ton Thread, flee or coarse, making the
Interlocked-Elastic-Stitch, alike on UotU-.
- i . t r i rwm i
siuca oi me nunc nuwo. ibui wavrr
cloth, or leather, may be sewn with
great strength and uniformity of stitch.
and in a moment this willing and never
wearying machine may tee adjusted los
fine work on eauze or gos. amtr tissue,
or the tacking of tarletaa, or ruffling,
almost any other worK which delicate
fingers have been knewa to perform.
Pu i chasers can so or he convinced
that our new Family Machine embodies
New and essential principles simplicity
of construction ease of operation uni
. nnwriTDl? .
tommy oi rxvriVjiou imjlium mc nnv
speed capacity for range and variety
work, tine or coarse, leaving an nvaik
THE FOLDIWQ CASES.
The New Family machine ms.y 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
are ' finished in all the elaboration of art
For Hemming, Felling, Ruffling, Braid
ing, Bindtag, Gathering, Tucking. Em
broidering, and so forth, are not on
numerous, but now brought to great
perfection. Most of them can he u
aehed by a himple move of the hand.
l he quality ot the work can only be fully
a ppreoiated on observation and exarai-
INEN THREAD, SPOOL COTTON
We have and shall keep in stock at.
our Central Office, and Agencies, on
spools ot various sizes, Twist of all
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 twist sold bv us, that
shall aim to have it excel iu quality and
exceed in auautitv. for a etven mii-e
that of other manufacturers, aud that
the Twist made by us in our new
extensive mills, supplied as they
with the most improved machinery and
labor can be lelied on for
desirable qualuies of uniformity of
evenness, length of thread as m.rkcd
i. i ii- , ii V; ,
each spool, strength, excellence of colorl
.A K- f kJ.u W
TBE SINGER MANTFAGTUBING
iS-CINCLNNATI OFFICE, 111 Wast
Fourth St, ' ' JJarch 10, J870tf
Plow brttcr constrnucted for LIGHT
v 'NESS OK DRAFT, Neatness ol Work
lhan an .cr Plow in tnc market.
C0Me?" PJ,VS Flow t,
ting of all kinds done. Shop i:e r Dcpol j
1 Katon. Ohio, G.S. BKOVEtt.
Ea'on, February 10, IBUO-tl. !
t SlI e of Real Estate by Orcbr
der, the lo'.tnwiiig lien! Eiitato, ss th -j
Jpe' 'J of Uenry Gronendeck. decoded
'f'nB a part cr the. east half, of section !
8jaS), in township 9 of range 1 east. Also,.
p rt ot the south west qu:;rter of sec- '
Brolway, - opposite Astor Place, N.
and: D mosH j
; TTT , . ... ; , L .
i oHNt b""lut forces legally .bta.n
skille4 the!." few-rk. Indiana, fllinois and
, ,hS.""'1?r P6"0"8 rm S?ate
onil Ga,m?- eSal everywhere, desertion,
; drunkenness, non-sunnort. etc sufficient
uri'Y etc., sumc'eni
cause, no publicity; no v harge until di-
anil all others wanting Plows are direct-
(,j to the above shop where we nnin-
feetiue Plows adopted to both Sod and
Fallow ground. Call and
a', our stock- ot flows, oeiore purcnas
. . ,. ,
hur r. Afiwhere. as we have proven our
y0 ar(, jso manufacturing one horse:
On Friday the 27ih of May. 1STO, nt "
o'clock, X". ST., in the afternoon, on the
prextses, will be sohl to the highest hid
Hon iM m township and rnnge aloreta.
eomniencing at the north wet comor of
said south west ouuror thence north
j864 - Tk M-tfc, 4tuMni and 4;; links
thence s .1.1th (i degrees and i'. niinutesj
i esi 14 chains and 91 links hence
"?r 77-; 45 5S?l!S5?
: :s:? a gre.g, west I c hain .hr u. e north
tlie-'ce north 77 degrees, and SO ra, nines
west S chains-- thence Kouth 85 degrees
' . r ; in
Ami 1: ni,,llti-tt U'ikI t c linn, n r, I, .1
u.s shoiiu north 11 degroes. nnd 40
ihencp iDrlhCO nc-proes and 45 in; nutos.
wt-ft II chains ninl HA link beJM
1 north 3 d jji ees and ;U) minute-, Ht 25
; rhaiiiM and 70 links ihe'ice norlh 8li
dt-gieeg, oust 9 rhnins and 4f link
I liC 'ce north S8 decree, enst 5 chains
, :md 7 links thence south 71 decrees
oast : chains and '1 frk.- then e s.iilh
ikyrces nnd 30 minutes east 12 ohaii
and 1" links theme .urilrHS di'rre"s'
and 30 mn.nte.s, i ust 20 chains nnd
; links thence sonih 8 dpgre ami I
I minutes, cast 20 chains mid 21 links to
I the place ot" beginning, 121 acres and
l'.' -lOO more or less
Terms of Sale as follows, one third'
ii-uu in hnnd, one third in one year and
one third in two years, the deferred pav-J
inents to bear interest from date of ale'
and secured hv m.irtunire on the prerni
,es WILLIAM H. DOWKLL.
Administrat e of the TOstate of Henry
H. B. PAYNE. Attorney.
April 28, 18.70 w4prf $14.75.
Sealed proposals will be received at
this oflice up to noon of Wednesday,
June St Ii next, fer a Wrought Iron
Bridge across Wh're Water Creek, west
New l!vris, Preble count v, Ohio. One'ed
Span ot r.O feet.
( About 2()2S Cubic Yards of Embank
l-'oundation for same.
About 104 Cubic Yards ol Gravel.
Bv order of the Commissioners.
JARVIS N, LAKE. Auditor
April 38, 1870-w(? prf fi,00
Edged Tools, Heavy Forging and'
All kinds ot Jobbing
ON SHORT NOTICE !
Eaton, Febtuary 3, 1870 lyr.
Sent free in a sealed envelope my val
uable lecture on the Errors of Youth de
signed as a warning and caution to young
men, with rules and prescriptions for the
cure of weakness and lost manhood,
one who has been permanently cured.
ncl stand and address
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: ,fiino. nnr i 1 rti
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i established fifteen years.
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S9 TO DO ALL K1KDS OF
Address, JVI. HOUSE, Attorney,
No 78 Fassau Street. New York City
H, 1870. inoa. 3:
i ITTI i I LI, liBmyHUHUIiH Ho, o
Having Returned From
- I WILL OFFER THEM AT THE FOLLOWING
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20.ORG AND AS,
A R MURES,
AND IN ADDITION A FUI.I. STOCK
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, & SHOES;
AiD EVERYTHING XiEIT I TV A. COUNTRY STORE,
Call in at No. 3, Commercial Block,
THE REUCTIOW IN PRICES
25!Japanres Silk PatternslS.OO-lS.OO.
3o!GLOArES, 50 25!
12 HOSE, 25 12ji
25 " 50 35!
New York with a very
LTNEN IIandk'rcfs, 25
j Essays on the Errors of YjQjitn
p and the s of Age, in relation to
Mnrriae Social fcvils, with sanitary
; aid for the afflicted. Sent,free, in eeal
of IO:ivelopea Address" HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, Box P. Philadelphia,
HO WARD SAN IT Alt Y
, For the ReI;of and Cure of .he Erring
and Unfortunate, on Prindiples of
Christian Phi lanthronv.
Pa. feblO; 180-yrl
CATARRH, HEADACHE AND
POSITIVELY CUBED BY
Sassafras and Witch Hazel,
A package will be sent by mail post
naid on re'-eii t of Twenty-five cents.
MyCa'a'rh was immediately relieved
i e r J -TX-: . i IT 1
oy your oasairtis auu iicu iiuki.
Rev. ASA BROWN.
I can read withou t wearing spectacles
and the weakness is entirely gone since
using your Sassatr is nnd Witch Hazel.
Your Sassafras and Witch Hazel has
never failed to relieve mi headache
within five minutes.
Mrs SARAH JOt- ES
Circulars sent free and a liberal in
ducement is offered to Agents everywhere
Rev. MARTIN DUTTON,
1 mos3 Bible House Station, N. Y
The Cheapest Literary Paper
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A new literary eight page riaper con
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FAMILY JOURNAL OFFICE,
Cor. Third Avenue and Ninth St., N. Y.
LOVE AND MATRIMONY.
How to marry, who to marry, and
when to marry, The eflect'ons may he
gained by following simple rules, and all
may marry happily without regard to
wealth, age, or beauty, send stamp and
Mad. LL'CILLE ZEMARItE,
Feb 17, '70 ra3 Station D, N. Y.
Xotiee is hereby given, that the un
dersigned has this day, been duly ap
pointed as Administrator of the Estate
of Adam House, late of Prebl county
Ohio, deceased. JUHN HUUSK,
J. H. Foos. Attorney.
Mar. 17. 1870, w3 prl $1,75.
The undersigned has been duly ap
pointed Administrator of the estate o
Levi Hnrp, late of Preble county, Ohio,
deceased, on the 13th day of March A.D.
1870. ISAAC KESLING, Adm'r.
March 17, 1870 wSprf.pd.
gotten up Wedding Cards are fur
April nished promptly at this Office.
A circular sent free on subjects of
great interest to mat raeci Ladies, con
taining particulars oi several verj valu
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Manhood: How Lost,
Just pu blished, n new edi
. tion if Dr. Colverwell 8
Celebrated Essay on the
radical cure (without medi
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thirty years successful practice, that the
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be radically cured without the duugerous
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tual. by means of which every sufferer, no
matter what his condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately, and rad
tmW This Lecture should be in the
hands ol every youth aud every man in
Sent, uuder seal, ia a plain envelope,
to any address, postpaid, on receipt of
six cents, or two post stamps. Also,
Dr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide," price
25 cents. Address the Publishers.
chas.j.c kline & co.,
127 Bowery, N. Y., P. O. Box 4,586-
Nov 25, 1869 yl
JjEW gLACKSMITH gHOP.
NOTICE TO ALL CREATION.
The undersigned has just opened a
A FIRST CLASS BLACKSMITH
Shop on Decator and Beech Sts. Eaton,
' yjnio LJust aoove tne urewery.
Horse-Shoeing, Plows, Harrows,
Wagons, Edged Tools, &c.
made New or repaired. Also Double
Linked Chains repaired or made. Bring
otyour Work, Satisfaction Warranted.
January, 27, 1870-yrl.
p S3 rj;
pr7! gg 1
Exparte, A. P. J Johnson ) Preble Coun-
X other citizens ofJnewty Court of
Paris O., and vicinitj. J Com. Pleas.
"otii-cis hereby giveu to all persons
lnieresiea, mat Aiiran r. .lobnson
of New Paris Preble connty Ohio, did
on the 22d dav of April, 1870, file his pe
tition Ton hehalf cf himself and ill oth
ers interested in the Court of Common
P'eaa within and for the comty of Pre
ble in said State of Ohio, setting lorth
that on the 4th day of January 1840.
James Cochran and Eliza J. Oochran, I
his wife, conveyed by deed Lot number
41 in the town of New Paris, Preble
county, Ohio, to certain Trustees there i
in named and their successors in office,
and to the citizens of New Paris and vi
cinity thereof forever upon the condition
that said Real Estats was to be express- 1
ly used for no other purpose whatever.
That, said Trustees to whom said Lot
was thus conveyed, have lone since ceas
ed to perform said trust That for tie '
safety ot said property so conveyed an
aforesaid, and for the due execution of
said trust, acting trustees are re
That the instrument creating said trust
fails to mak provision for the election
of the successors of the Trustees named
in said deed. And praying that the
Court will nppoiut four suitable and
proper persona resident of the town of
New Paris and vicinity, trustees to act i
as fiuccessros of the original trus- '
teec named in said trust deed with tbe '
full powerand authority to take charge of i
said trust property and fully discharge
all the duties of said trust.
Attorneys for Petitioner.
April 28, 1870. w6 prf.$13.50.
Johs C. Boxep.
I R M.
BONER & H0LDERMAN,
Having recently associated as partners
in the tiroceiy Business, would inform
the pufBc that they have now on hand a
good supply of
First Class Groceries such as
Tea, Conee, Sugar, Molasses,
Spices, Candies, Soap, Tobacco
& CTigars, Butter, Cheese,
Lard & Eggs; FLOUR &
MEAL. Dried Fruits,
Dried Beef, Tubs,
Baskets, &c, &c.
This firm have the exclusive
A"fncy in Eaton, for the sale of the
CHAMPUN REAPER; nd the im
proved Dai ton Sulkv Ilcrse Rake.
April 21, 1870 m'os. f,
JTE IV SHOP.
The undersigned having put up a New
Shoo opposite RohinsonfChambers &Co's
Machine Shop, on the corner of Maple
& High Strets, is now prepared to do
. Sll Mtitttt Reparing
IRON OR WOODWORK
on short notice, having had years of
practical experience, he flatters hims-.-lf
that he can give Satisfaction to all who
may favor him with their patronage.
Special attention given to
Plow & Wagon Work
Horse - Shoein g
JOS. F. BONAKER.
Eaton sep.3,68 tf.
LEGAL NOTICE. Aew Aveertisdments.
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Incorporated M't-b. ,
Cash Surplus, Sept.
29, 1869 - - - - $261,826 39
Losses Paid over - - - 278,000 OO
Insures Farm Property Only.
EXPENSES LESS, in proportion to a
mount of business than anv other Com
pany doing business in Ohio, and fer.
this reason its rates are lower than those
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Without any Further Liability,
Has been in successful operation
over twenty years, and by reason
of its low rates, fair dealiug, and
prompt settlement of losses, has become
thewost popular Company in the States'
among the Farmers. In case of lors,
this Company pays the full value of prop
erty aestroyea Dy
Fire or MigtitHin&,
up to the amount ins-red. For Insur
ance or further information apply to
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For I'rcble ttpartofMontaom'ryOonntiet.
ADDRESS, Gratis, Preble Co., O
.Nt-v 11th, 186,yrl.
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are unsurpassed bs any other native Wine
oe" S tne pure juice oi me grape, pro-
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irn n ra n t H rP Vi vnnniTAiit rl,iU
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It is, in every respeot, A WINE TO 8E
INVALIDS USE SPEKR'8 PORT
FEMALES USE SHEERS PORT
WEAKLY PERSONS FIND A
BENEFIT BY ITS USE
a ' nrt ? wm . . . .
opeer nines in uospuais are pretnr-
Sold by Druggists generally, who also
sell Speer's Standard Wine Bitten.
Trade supplied by all wl olesale Dealers.
See that the Signature of Alfred Speer,
Pnssiac N. J., is over tbe cork of each
A. SPEEirS Vinevard, New Jersey.
Office, Jffo. 243 Broadway, New York.
For Sale by J. P. BROOKINS ASON
'ft9 Ivr Eaton. Ohio
JOU v. CAMPIiltX.
JS. A. GlUfORK
CAMPBELL k GILMORE,
(Successors to Gilmore k Campbell,)
ATTORNEYS at LAW
NOTARIES PUBLIC, LAND AND
Gov't Claim Agents.
Offioo at the old stand, on Barron Street
Jan. 1 1 - ys.