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he tatun weekly Democrat.
EDITED BY A. COMMITTEE
caton, Thursday, May 26th, i87Qicer
THE ISSUES BEFORE THE
. . -.m.-L.,
-Hepudiatioa of the BondedDebt,
stitution and no compromises
with tho destructive andlnfamous
policy of a centralized despotism.
DEMOCRATIC STAT CONVENTION.
The Democratic Stale Central Com
miuee ol Oh.n, r.-.tt December 1U, l&u..
and deeded that tne uemoc,.. ;
Ccnveiuioti would be held m tho ouy ui
Columbus, on WEDNESDAY, June i
It was ulf j resolved that tlu-baaii
be entitled to on delognie, and. aisn
J - 1 i inn, red V f) W .
r, Unn.BeoMH. Pendleton -lor
Governor, at the election held on the
second Tuesday of October, 18f.9; and
also one delegate for every fraction of
two hundred and fifty vole or over cat
lor that gentleman at Uiattime."
This gives PieMe Count five dele
gates, and the total number in the State
amounts to 537. At tho same meeting
of the DemocratU- State Central Com
mittee, it was
Resolved, Thai the Democracy of
each county in Onio,-be- req ie3ted to
nominate their county ticket, and also
appoint their county central and execu
tire committees at the same time that
they appoint iheir delegates to ihe State
The following are the officers to nomi
nuted by the Democratic Slate Conven
tion, in the first day of June, 1870:
SECRETARY OF STATE
JUDGE OF SUPREME COU T.
COMPTROLLER of the TREASURY
Commissioner op Commos Sckoois.
Member of Board of Pculic Works.
By ord-r of the D tuocratic Stale
Central Committre ot Ohio.
CHARLES L. ALLEN, Chairman.
JAMES W. NEWMAN, Secretary.
"WHITE MEN MUST RULE."
Thia appears to be the motto
oF every white man worthy the
name the name of American
citizen. Let it be emblazoned on
our banners, and serve as a text
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foronr speeches and our meet.jfiI5ai
This negro mania that is
now triumphant in our land will;te
soon die out. Like "know noth
ingism," in a cowpteof jears there
will be none to do it reverence,
and the very men who are now
making sceches in favor of
gro equality, will deny their color
and declaim agaiust tire infam
ous doctrines, they pretend, to de
fend. The while mini's party will
triumph finally. Courage, Dem-
ocratsi White men mett of
honesty true Americans will
ere long be at the head of affairs
in our once glorious but now
disgraced country. Come one,
come all, who feel like keeping
negroes from otir places of pub
Ric trust, and join the glorious
-"White Man's Party." Too long
already have yon reposed in
fancied security. Years ago this
-should have been strangled in its
twaddling clothes. But you
dreamed to dream of peace, and
now yon are surrounded by your
enemies, who waitee with ropes
in their hands, to biud you hand
and foot.. But it is not yet too
late. The old "Guard has never
yet surrendered, " and :t will
lorm the nucleus of a mighty
army (o break the ranks of the
hordes that threaten us, and re
store to tho people the pristine
purity of their institutions.
A graphic descripti of a
certain Lake in thi-rc-m'.ty, in
which i&jfiiUy delyieated theori
gine, present stature and future
destiny of the iane, may be had
at any time by calling upon, 'Lo,'
the poor Indian.
Tf,. ,iub.te . " . P.rV-1 T f,. nihil. !
Ity commwfeed last Saturday.
That's about ns sensible for the .
more than fJ00 Bishops as it
would bo for 600 Preble county J
men to come together for sev-ralju
month to discuss the infa'.lildli'y
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of the Eaton Democuat. Regis-1
We do not like to be itraafei-
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I V. J ' t V vvis i r u i. s-aau'
whether that pero of inirr:pcr-
tance (Miss Nancy.) that occu
pies the subordinate position of
! Editor of the
moral and hio-hlv scented sheet
Thl llaister hM nM hAo-0
the Krgiata, has sold his nog.-
Oh '.Riser, don't you want to
purchase a "dorg."
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Tho cotton crop of Gcoro-ia!
ana Florida la said to be back
. . , . . . .
ward this year.
"WHITE MEN MUST RULE." OF OURSE.
The piovs editor of the Hcris-l
i, httS op the endgel in
Df MeFarlands wife; and i--on-t
naimea new "
Wonieus Rights w likely to con -
oiitiUft jt h&B its justification in
sensibilities of the human
aercnce oi luunaiuion, ine tfe,lu"
am r H4i great onto ou puojc
morals iiiaiuiejury am not nan
the latter! Certainly! Any per-
., cn;ntutt nhvs-
--i - -
jognomv of the editor, would ensi
all questions ot this kind, but,
happily for virtue and morality,
j ve beea unfortunate
!u a " . ... , .
ill tfClliUM -"' . ...
stances, and the verdict tu
McFarland ease, is but the gen
j ctiue ot civUiZ0d mau-
- - j ? r r
heart, and n regard rr the best
interest of society, and
without support in me uocirmes;
of the Revelation !
divides our heritage with barbar
ians, a thing never before done
by any people under the heavens.'
It i3 a woiee thing than anyj
dumb beasls are guilty of. None
of the animal kingdom, from
the highest to the lowest in the
.vholo universe of God, ever did
or never will voluntarily a;-soci-
ate.-affiliate or amalgamate with
races orppecics that are not their:
own. Even the lowest brutish
instinnt. of the memest of all
creation,tcaebes better than that
: . , ,
piety had decorated
Lf tue grave with flowers, myr-j
VlQeB atH evergreens. There
tj,e remains of thof-3 l.o have
.nej..g0ne before." How beautious
We strolled through our Cem
etery on Sabbath last, that beau -
tiful resting place of the dead,
and were much gratified on be-1
holding the very tasteful manner
, T, . . , , o-
in winch it is looking: Smce
our last visit, many new lots
have been laid out, and not a few
tombs, head stones,
Sic, erected. We noticed
is a peculiar pleasure in
.1 : f ll:
IU1U DlUII'IIVl VI. .v. ...
through the enclosure r-hcre lie
ly blended do we find these em
blems of life and death ! The
myrtle vino, in an rne uioomiBgi
. , . . , , , i
luxuranco of ripest vitality!
clinging for support to the mar -
ble slab which marks the work
of death. Rose trees cast their
shadow over the silent graves,
even as death had cast its shad
ows over their inmates, and the
breeze lragrant with flowers
sings through tho swaying
branches a sweet requiem for the
departed. Tho living linger
around tho mounds ol loved
ones dead, while memory revives
sweet thoughts of the past, until
the overburdened heart finds re-'
lief in tears. We enjiy the
melancholy thoughts of those
"who are not' We love to lin
ger where affections hand, may
strew her dewy flowers, whose,
- i; . - .,
i ngranc incense rrom tne grave
ohull rise. And where tho liv-
ing by their acts show their ap
preciation of friends and rela
tives gone to that place "from
whence no traveler returns."
reporter to take down the pro-
Notice. Owiug to the un well
ness of the hen convention there
was not a quorum in attendance
at their meeting on
Ifiot find .niuoniiAiitll' rtii.l-o w.i
uo '-crowing'' done. "We hope,'
tliat there will be a full attend-'
ance at lie next meeting, as wo
Propose sending a
AxOpevinh. We'll bet Eaton
pne nf t)ic best points, for its
. ,. .i,- ;n tho
-ize. ot anv other town in ine
State, f'r some enterprising
rain to open a sausage
'uiehts to disturb a "devil's" ret
"KiP Va" W!nk,e" wouW -!
hfl )aU, down .
tQ 8lcep in ihia neighborhood !
iWon't somebodv open an estab-nd
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n u niinvn kiik . or;
frtctoi v. if he understands his
busitiesp. Nearl' every family!
keeps from one to five dogs, and'
there are cats and hogs enough
'wfeT' - waildariltjs' around at :
,. ,.:. dads" do something for
thcbcnehC or peaceiui s.umuer-
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OUR CEMETERY. Transfers of Real Estate.
iuarv A . VV IISOU to OOllll If
many!Fo9ter Jot9 21," 22 New West
ings. ville, 600.
qr see 12, Monroe tp, 5,59i:.
flWer to John Windiate
'ot 71, lairhaveu, 400.
joaeph Uonohoe and John T.
j)eem to Stoler fe Glander;i5 a mi
Montgomery counsy and 20 a ad
monuments, joining pt sec 24 Gratis tp, in
l8ol!..c ay- 5,700. '
springjRedtlish, lots 25 26, New West
T,ie following arc the Trans-
,crg of Jte for t ho moot,,
of April, as they ocenre on hoi
,)0ok3 o the'.-Recurder.
ijamel iloti to Simon P, Uot
ono. pt a e qr see U4, liari tsoe My
Altera IV. Miller
ai .. i .. . .. o
2 0 ftn 1
ner, 0O a pt n e oj sec -5. Lai.iei
Up, 8. 3dO.
Joseph 13. Shaw, Adnir. o
Emanuel Waterman to Joel
Rmith. 30 a nt. s w nr ano 0 Twii.l
John M. Gray's Estate, by
Sherft, to S. II. Uubbell, lot 163,
Nathaniel Harris to Garland
! W. Harris 12 a pt S w Or sec 5
, IIurre0I tp goo.
1 Oarland- V. Harris to John 11
PHes, lot 22, West Sonor.,, 400
iempic .yueion io jo', urnm
Ayueioii if a pt a e qr sec zf
jjacitson rp, szo
j,,oob Ka.ch to John Weal
all, lots 51, 52, New Lexington
Tl)in rraLM. tn -rirm f -1 ,
'lilt 1 III ' .1 II 111(1 I I I U TIll.l lV'
lut -r. i.iiiuii, iu.
i oam-i ixnuer-ion to Jiartiu c.
Stephenn, lot 328, Eaton, 600
Josepheno I. Cheney to Ceo'r
G. krug, lot 447. .Eaton, 550
Henry Jacquart to Philip Ise
ley. Si a t s e qr sec 22, Gratis
Jesse Rice to VVm. T. Dye, lot
J;, West Sonora, 650-
Solomon Ban a, Gnar.lin!? ot
,.lil n c l. Air t 10.. I ,i- 1 tT lv"i.i
lo 54' West Alexandria, 34 25
Thos, W. Marshal by shen9, to
John Kesliug, 136 a pt n w qr
! ec 1, Monroe tp 7,878.
Aaron Simpson to Tho?. Pipou
lot 6, Sugar Valley, 400.
M. S! Morton to Chas. S.
Hainc, lot 74, Eaton 225.
.udav heirs bv Sh. rfi' to W.
jo. Randal' and Jacob H. Joday,
i 160 a ei n west or and w 4 n e
Het.ry ImhofF to Jartha Jane
Charles Street to A. A. Stokes
loi 562 Eaton, 100.
Wm. Scott to John rorge 82j
a nt u vv qr Bed 36 Somers tp,
Jacob E. Hoffman to Jacob
Hapner 37 a pt u e qr sec 23,
tiarri8011 tp 600.
1 Say lor, lot 120 Enphemia, 50
Milton Saylor to Jahn Ftzlef,
Wm. Brown to E'i Brown, 25
a pts e qr sec 7. Harrison tp, 1.
.4ichael Kennedy to Patrick
Barret' lots 484, 298, Eaton. 200
David Sahds to David Aminer
man, 107 a it wj sec 4, Jackson
Grand Jury for June Term. 1870.
Republished by request.
TiV:i ii iv T?nmspv
C. H McMannus,
O. P. Morey.
James W. Potten
Oscar Vundoren, Washington
Noah Norton, . Isrje!
Joseph L. Campbell, Washington
PETIT JURY JUNE TERM. 1870.
L II- L. Bohn, Somers; Lurton Dun
ham, Somers; Wm. L- tiutfinau, Sura--is;
Mirraaduke Mendeuhall, Gratis
G. W. M. Bookwalter, Grat, George
Kimmel, Monroe; Isaac Ponce, M .n roe
W O. flonebraJce, Washington.- W A
Ilaseltine, Jelfot sou, L Njx, Jefferson;
Jacob Shewman, Monroe; Austen
!ter will get a dose at the ballot
box next Oetoher, that will bring,
, . t sadden
U ' ' . j
"Shoo Flv." Bob Schyucks
whisky gaugera instead of Being:
at their posts attending to their
business, are prowling ovjr the
district electioneering for
the hero of Vienna ! Dan
Petkrs was here the other day,
oulton holeing in his behail.
We thought after the cold recep
tion Bob give Dun in Washing
ton city, while there hunting
his little sop, he would'nt be so
anxious for his nomination again.
But there is no accounting for
the amount of kicks a mar. will
recieve for a littlo public favor.
'Don't bodder us'pimps, yonrniiu
The number of sheep
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PETIT JURY JUNE TERM. 1870. An Ordinance
PROVIDING FOR THE PUR.
CHASE AND ERECTION OF
STREET LAMPS AND
LIGHTING THE SAME IN
THE INCORPORA TED VILL
GE OF EATON, PREBLE
Section 1. lib it ordained by&
the Council of the Incorporated Vii
lago-of Eaton, Preble co-mtv, Ohio; that .
lor tne purpose of Lighting th n stiect.-i in
sid corpora- it ahait be lawtui fori
the Council to on -ihasn and erect on
. ui . i . n i mi
table posts such number ol Coal Oil, i
Gasolene or such othei tariety or char 1
u ... nil. , .. '.. . .... i ...
aciur oi i y i 1 ; : ' i- may oe aeteroiueii
upon oy me Council and to on erecleil a;
sacbr points andin such numbers a- the'
nconiisitiea and convenience 6f the C
poration may require a id ni shall he di
rected from time to time bv resolution ol
Section 2. That any time af
ler the taking eTect of this ordinance it
hatl be lawful for the Council through
tin-Corporation Clerk to Al-.ertise for
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cil'.MUil III a.l'l ' . J l 1 1 i . i i, . ' ' ,' I Ol filicil
num"b?r and kinds of street lamps aud
Jaiup posts as may be th,; Cour.cildirecl
e.l sji.d a-I vt-rtiacm ;nl8 ihitU be mad
said sealed propoa's received and ac
cepted or rejected in nil resp cts in ac
cor'Jajice wi Hi ihe provisions of ectio.i
5(12 ol die municipal code, of thi State ot
Ohio and to that end and fur that pur
pos "aid Section 5f2 is hereby 9.dtted
4iid made a part of th s Section of thl
Section 3. That for the pur
o- defrrvin" the expenses incurred in t
J 0- ' . .
purchase and i recion oj sad lj-.mps amll
nosta fiiruisaui' bu'njnu mnerial am,
liktH'g ttia s:i ne tlie.e bhall Im levied
annually on Ihn taxable prop 'rty of ine
Corportion on the du .ilicate of the conn
ty a rale of tax not jr. aier in am nint
than One Mill and One-ilaY to tho Dol
Iftr Said tax wi en so levied, sh ill
certified by th 1 Corporation Clerk to the
county Auditor to be collected as other
taxes and waieh said tax. when cohered
shall be denominated the "Street L m;i
Section 4 Th-it for t tip nnr-
poseof furnihin burnins material fit
said lamps it snail be aivlu for tleConn
cil by tf.esol.it! ti to instruct the Com
mittee on Street Lamps :o purchase
from time to t;me, such qi-anlity of burn
ing material as mav be found to be ne-
cesary, and the costs thereof shall b--
Light Fui d," as above provid -d, and
out of no other fund whatever.
recdon 5. That for the ptr-
pose ot keepnis said Lumps reirularlv
Lighted, aud Extinguished, it shall be j
lawful for Ihe Council to emjiloy a suita
ble person or persons for tbt4 purpos.
at such compensation as the Conn, il may
deem reasonable, and t; be paid out of
the -'Street l:ght rund. And who hall
Igive bond iih good ccur.ty in the sum
f W00.I10 fo. the faid.fal performance of,
his dlltr. that 11 sh.l II he the d.ilv o'l
se ueu proposal Tor iae parcnae ana
Bl; - r, . V r .
the tjersot. thus etn-lyed to keep studied
lamps at all titnes well cle.t-.ed filled
and is good order and to causethe -..
to be jpgula- ly liglccd and . extinui h. d :
nMuieb boars as the C iun
by resolution direct.
6. That Ordinance
be and t!ioa::u is hereby
Section 7. Thin Ordinance
take eU'ee and be in force from and after
ila j-.iisage. May 9th, 1870.
LIST OF PATENTS.
Issued from the Patent o!fice to Ohio
inventors-, for the week ending Mcy IO,
1870, ard suetj bearing that date f.n-u-
ished the Eaton DmocuAT, by Cox A Cox,
solicitor of Pule. its. "VVashmton D. 0.
10--1 OaD Shaft King, W. II Carrcll, Xash
HJiriO, Vapor Birancr, J. W. Baker,
U)2'799l, Crimp'.n Atiahjieiu for Pa
fier MhcIiiiic V. II. BljaadaJe, Cltvrot!
1771, Fail Leaf Table, W. Clad well,
ill'J T11 PI, .1 for
Gear. II.' T Ues, Canton '
io-j 7H3, Mordlo Setter fur Sewing Ma I
chute, J. W. Field, Mriysvillc.
.o0n, ito.ung taeniae, j u. uast
1(8 813, Taes Buckle, T.-C. Martin, J. j
W. Oflineer, Perrysviile
10280, Stove Gnte, L Sla-.k Byron
902 Wire and Mo,,e Fence com
bined. W. H Wire, Wilinentou.
102930 StoVe L,g, K Kvans. Sparta.
102 y-27, Scaffold Sjpponer, D. B, HVji,
102 936, Shoe, F. Kitaheimer, Cincin-j
102W Locomotive and Teudes Coup '
lias, T. D. S mpson, Mt. Veraoa.
102 989 Wait S;anJ for Lxim, i'. D T;fft .
" " pari'eie oi n.ir-i
ern Wlt h,s d, doyal cattle.
0id you evor see a Spider
watching for a fly! Didn't he re-i
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miiiiu vim oi one oi u n.-i. ic lows
w0 .o. 3Tt
c c c ... uic w Ci . cacuau,c
Ii3t Vol 1 No. 1, of a DetnocratlCiL,;.,
newspaper, piionshcd at JS.OKO-'
mo Indiaiia, enliiled "7Vic
iced Democrat:' The Democrat
is a neat seven column papr,r.
printed with an entire new out
lit,and ed't-d by Mr. J
Turpin. re are glad to see that
. I W W V 1
tue nomocracy ot Ivo!omo have
an oVgail that will be a credit to
then- county and of the pi'-iui-
it ,i,i0 w.. .-.oi,
r ,t tl,nt
got a COW that
kii, iv a iiiwii. man n irrc-ai. ma.M
innritan hemgs. Ihe wont he:
niiifoii oy a nigger, any way it
can b s fixed. She adoption of
1. r. r...... I. A 1 a J fa
l,rt d.st.t ,,lu-or!lJn ..
i Tr. a x .
hi ' r customer,
whom he might take in. 1
1 -ted parties lor the
purpose of interviewing them
in inference to to the affair. We
ea'led at I Auditors office,
.and after the usual salutioi),
u ..,,. . i , i
part ot our nost, we remarked,
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mat there appe ired to bo a con
-iderable of difficulty among
, i ,
and written out over the
, j K who 18 a good fel
low aud alwa. s with ns when h
any such charges had hardly
heen made before he held in his
.possession a letter from tho Dis
102 tri'it Assessor entirely releasing
!. . - , L . .
l frora the charge made by us
We are indeed sorry of this fail
are, and once clear of this at-
tempt to accomplish our purpose,
we hopejnever to engage in an.
rothcr without a sure thing the
', H1T1:ir.o nffi.i.al Tnr,H,b1v'n''l
Hit i ton. D crt:
our correspondent ' aving
had an intimation of the difficulty
among th- Court IIou. e "'ruts''
t i k occasion to call upon some
.some ot theeounty officers
asked if there was any objection
to s pening his explanation of
it. With one of those smiles
tor which he is noted, he replied
tii.sl; "I would much rather say
nothing about it." We inform
ed him that we thought the facts
be made known, if any
in Denmark let it
have air. After some hesitancy
and a promise that we would not
make polictical catital of what
he might teil us he consented to
t.dl us all about it. Ihe tacts are
lie remarked '-that Capt L, haa
not been with us in all our polit
ic. J management tor some time,
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" Jt """I'-io liuc uiyra io
my trickery in what we do he
rebels. So at the instance of my
venerable friend Capt Alfeid 1
mid others"we concluded to chas
tise him for not always being
with us. Aud as we had been
cl owncd with a glorious amount
t official authority it was
bought beBt for us to use this to
jeffect OUT purpose.
do we bean
. i i c
having a weakness ourself
r a small income when taxes
are to be paid (bee my return ol
1: fought of someth.ng
i n this direction first, and for
tunately as we thought ill look-
n through some paper8 We
a - 1
found au old statistical report
ma(je by Capt j wa.ch we
cliangod to suit US and upon this
.ve based a charge that he had
made a false income return. We
, d tUU charge aJI wel arrnng.
: ,,;.,, .. nt
I his charge was sent tp the
District Assessor who was not
aware of the intent of it and in
formed Capt. L, of the" perp ri
of it, with the names of the
parties who sent it to him. Thi
intelligence very much en
raged Capt. L, and he demanded
m immediate investigation by us
of his income as there was no
waY of declining to do this we
jconsented with the hope of eith-
er finding something no exactly
as he stated or if it was all lijiht
then run OUT chances of forgilltj'
a report of this.in vesiiga ion over
ur othcial si itaJaire and this ae-
this we were
had had so much correspondence
with tho District Assessor that
our investigation which in fact
orUirely releaved th ... Capt of
old maxim "Where there is a
will, there is away," is reversed
'we have the will but can't see the
Ilorp r nn r pnrru.nnrulnnt.crimmoil
ajpd repaireil to the itecorders of
the result of this interview
HOW WE ARE TAXED.
cording to his taxed will. Only I
the immortal soul escapes go
lernment robbery. Congress
cannot reach it, or it, too, would
be sent into the presence of the
A 1 . I . , .
rv nitirniv Lax -u. nernan tor ti...
As an illustration of how we
are taxed, it may be said, of u
as it was once saia ot tne nmg-1
lishman. The American baby is
ooru into tbe world on a taxed
bed, and to keep alive the little
mark ot life, it is swathed in tax
eu blanKets. lie grows to man
hood nourished h- taxed food.
Clothed in taxed garments, he
I 1 I l r
warms ms ugeu nmoa De:ore a
taxed fire and, dying is borne to
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the grave by taxed horses and
taxetl earriiHes. Itie mon mora 1
,vipe away their tears with taxed
handkerchiefs while his execu-i
tnr, acting under a taxed bond.l
.1 - . . ,
nt T?.i: T.-
.1.:, 1 e - e .
ims oo ireeaora irom oppresion.
where may we look for slavery ?
I it. l.TIi'I.i: Prop'tor.
!Kato,.. Mav 2t3 '70,-iin,
sa-A A YEAR. GREAT IN
SwiOOw l'(C HON! ro M ale AND
.T. ' . . . . . r, nve C 117,. .i..- .
i-1' .mai.i-. aucio. umre un
t keep well, and what to do in
Kenyft fella hnn to rri vrll
Dntu'a Wash nn Varvhino
! wulr vvasn ng w acnine,
LATKLV Ml CH IMPROVED AND TIIK
N E W
Improved with R'iwell s Ptent Double
CcB-Whe -Is, aud the Patent Stop, are
now unquestionubly far superior to any
aratus for wathnig clothes ever in
ventel, and will save their th-ir cost
Iwice a year, by saving labor and clothes
1 hose who have used them Rive test!
mony as follows:
"We like our machine much;could nolbe
pursnaJed to d without it and with the
aid of Doty, we feel that we are masters
of the position." Kev. L. ."-cott, Bishop
M E. Church.
"It is worth one dollar a week in any
family." N. Y. Tribune.
"In the lnnndry of my hou.c their is a
perpetual thnuksgiv'iig on Mondays for
the invention. Hev. Theodore L. Coy ler
' Every week has given it a stronger
hold upon flit affections of (he iimvites
ot the laundry." X. Y. Observer.
'.I heartily commend it to economists
of time, money, and contentment."
Rev. Dr. Bellows.
irieno Loty lour :nst improve-
ment of your Washing Machine is a
coroplets success. I essure you our Ma
chine, after a veur's use, is thouehl
! m f i . ...., da a than . . , . , . . . . I ... . . I . t - -
. ,-.sw7. 4
x' . ....... . mnj i.utuua,niKtB,
' Your Washing Machine has been in
daily use ou' laodry, and the bouse
keeper expresses herself ns highly pic .s
ed with ii. It certainly accomplialies a
greater amount of work, with It ss ob or
and does not scar the c-Iothes near so
much as the old fashioned wash-board,
By using it one laun dress is dispensed
with " Wm. AI. F. Round, A'upcrinten
de-it of Infant Department of H. Cath
arine's Nursery, N. Y. City.
"I have had one of the Universal
Wringers in my house, and it has ben
ured evtry week for ove- five years, sad
is now as good as new 1 have- also had
a Doty Washer for some thrt a years,
which we ui-e every week, pndeoi.Ul not
easily get along without. It is as good
as ever, and will lat year's yet" E. D
Van Slyck, Esq., Editor of. Ileta. Kepub
icait, Ifuniilton, N Y.
The N Y. Weekly Tribune, of Dec. Ill
ltly, in answer to it coi rcpondeul .av
' Of Washers, thcro is aofie to ha com
pared wiih D.dv a,
JPltMCMl$.,M fair Otter.
If the Merchant in ydor place will not
furnish or send for tle lfachines, send
tor Macbtnes, send ns tnlt nltl price,
Wasner 11, Extra Wringer $9, and we
will forward either or both machines,
free oi freight, to places where no one is
.selling; and so sure are we they will be
liked, that we agree to refund ihe money
o'- ai y one wishes to return the machines
free of freight, after n?u,lia's tr-ul, ac
cording to directions.
No ni'sband, fa her or brother shonld
"permit" the drudgery of wasbitic ih
the hands, fifty-two days in the year,
wnen it can be done better, more exne
ditiouslv with less labor, and nn it jury
to the garmci ts, by a Doty Clothes Wasb-
er, and a Universal Wringer.
Sold by dealers ienerallv. to. ,ho-n
liberal discountsjara made.
Ri 0- Browning, Gen. Age i,
32 CortTaudt Street, New York.
April 21, 1870. mos 3.
.f (I m in tut ralors JYoti ce.
fietice is hereby given, that theunder
signed has this day been duly appoint
ed as administrator of the Estate of
HOBEItT SCOTT, deceased
CEPHAS J BEAM. AdmV.,
with the Will Annexed
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euutifnl FAMILY BIBLE
June 1 4t
Livery, Feed, Or Sale Stable
ff br""gbl the t? ,f
1 Buggies. Carriages and Hack of 1'eter
.Shsfncr, I am replenishing tha entire
stock, am, w. Br,J, 11 r..n-i.i
'es " buggies for pleasure Bid, Wed
f c ai lue ,OWL11 """"
As.KU i0t a t i, it; Ho '
' M vri --
live Asrent in every town, to whom wr
oiler a cnani-e io s mo
,. .;. ulars address lJK.u.vaD A W
Moau, Cleveland, Ohio. may 26 tf.
Preble County Manufacturing
NOTICE; j- h"rcby cii-u ilmt books
have been or-'-: ed to re c vesubi'criptioni
to thcapital stock of llie I'reble rmmntj
rMiiniifactiirii.jf CoMpanv, at the office of
(Campbell 4 Gilnore, Knfen, Ohio, and
I in the bauds ol the audersif ned coininia-
sioners of said i-ompany a. Katon. O.
Tho i biect of said cpiniianr is tu carry
oa the mnnnfnetore of Soperior .School
i- urnnui e,d i easing l,u inhi-r, and jfntral
Foundry business. The nndtrignad be
lieve lhatthe above will be a pnyinjr hoa
incsf, and cordially iuvite tho tilis6ea ot
Eaton and tin coualy, to a'd in an en
terpriCR that will be n profit to lh-m,
and will materiallv aid tne iiu prove rnvnt
and prosperity of the town and county;
we call upon you to lend a helping hand
to home enterprise and iudustrr-
J. J. RGB1NSON, I O
H. H. KLINE, 1
JL N UPHAM. ) 3
J.L. CHAMBERS f
ROBERT SMITH W
W.A.S Will ART. I 5-
May 12, lu70 w4prl $7, 0
Jacob Deardorff plt'ff ) PrebleCoroPh as.
K. Cooper et. al. J close Mortgage.
To Iaaac Cooper ind Flora E. Cooper,
of the State of Missouri, will take notice
that Jacob DeardortT of the county of
Preble and State of Ohio, did on ,ho
19th day of October 186'J, file bis peti
tion in the '''otirt of Common I'leas with
in and for the county ot Preble and
State of Ohio, against the said Isaao
Cooper, Flora E. Cooler nd Samuel
Austin, adx'r ol the eslnto of Levin Bit
hof decea el. Rachel Austin and othera
defendants, setting f rih that ibe suio
Isaac Cooper &, Flora E. Cooper gave a
mortgage to the defendants, Peter Mike
sell Purdience. Ti)iur on the following
described ttesl Eitnte. situate in the
county af Preble and Slate of Ohio, fin
ing at Lot number ninaiy-three (93) as
Known ai d designated oa the pint of th.
: ncoroc. rated villniMt nS Wiroblr in
said OMinly, to secure the payment
f 500 ' O acco .fing to certain notes re-
-frr-ed to in satif raonffaa.. tint oua of
a '1 no et has hec-n duly assigned to ibis
plaintiff', and ibat siuc the givrftg of
said mortgage said Isaac Cooper A 1 lora
il. Cooper, conveyed said Betl E late, to
one Levin Bisho, now deceased, that
said deed has been Inst, and that tho oth
er defe-tdunts claim some interest in
said real estate, under the raid Isaac &
Flora E. Cooper, (and the said Levin
A'Lshof, deccasret and praying that said
tittle may be granted and that said sum
of $25'i.lK with interest from April I'.t,
18G3 sbailbe psi I by the Administrator
of said Levin Bishof, or that said premi
ses may be sold to pi.y the same.
And the said Isaac Cooper and Flora
E. Cooper, are notified that they a -e re
quired to appear and auawer aaid pafi
i on on cm in for. the 2Slh day of June,
CAAjWPBELL A GILMOUE,
Allorneys (St PlaintiT.
May 12, 1870 6 pr 15
Tfnfit" is here fry given that tbe under
- .'' .! has t is .fay been duly AppotnVsi
Kxecotor of th-EHrt of Drnrii SI lt
tale of Preble county d used.
J. V. CAMPiEI K Ea r
May 12, 187u:ipf $1 7i
Notice is hereby giron that the nrder
signed haa this day bi en duly appointed
a Administrator of the Estate of Peter
Cesserly. late of Preble county. Ohio,
deceased. JOHN V. CAMPBELL,
Mayl2.I870w3pf$l 75. AdnTr
Not:ee is hereby givea, that the nader
Mlct.ed has this day beea duly appointed
Executor of the Estate of Joaepn Dnnn;
late of Preble county. Ohio deceased.
JOHN V. CAMPBELL,
May 12.1870wSpfl 75. Adm'r.
Staled propoeala will be reeeivif at
this office af to M ofFrnlsy, June 17th
n.--, for iurninhi'g all tbe materials and
erecting n birildlnp an the Inffrmar
Farm, 22X33 feet, tone fiasement, brick
wnlls, galvanized iron cornice and slate
Bids will be received for any part cf
the work or for the whole.
'"out rati ors will be required to givi
bond for tbe lailLful peiforu.ai.ee of tho
Plans and specific n'ions can now be
seen at this office.
The 6oard reaerves tho right lo reject
any or all bids.
By order f Commissioners.
J-VUVISN LAKE, Audit .r.
Sealed proposal i will be reco'ved by;
the Board of Education ofra cial8eh-:ol
District, number 4, Waahvagton Town
ship up to 7 o'clock P. M-, May 14th,
1870 for tnakt g a brick pavement in
front of tho old SehooHIoae on Baron
Specification may be seen at the And-
itor Oi'lic. All bids to he Hcr-ompnnled
by bond with approved securities for the
tailhlul perlom.xr r.r of Ike work ncraraV
ing to speeifrcatrous Ily order of tbe
board. RrBEIIT Mlf.LEK, Secy
OANZIGER & UKE.
Tbe Largest Prices in Cash paid for
of ull Itinds, or otherwise
THE BEST SOAPS
will be given in exchange. Apply at
lhe e" 'P01-
Mat on, Ohio.
DANZIGFfi ft LAKE,
April 28, 1870. tf.
J. P. BROOKNI8 ft 80N.
Barou St., Eaton, Ohio.
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