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TOWN AND COUNTRY!
This Column will henceforth be
orpjru ana tmvi in rc u wtc
fully- torilten and can oe re-
unon with. a view
. t n inii 4C
VLIC Will UC "jr .
R. ReyxoIps 'ip now prepared
do all kinds of job work in the
. i i , ir i i i Vl Vf' II 1 1 1 1 IL 1.
""to . -
We learn that the members
the Baptist Church of this
' B . . - : .-
is tneir iiueiuiii w
rK on i no wj -
A L 4Z ma i-.-T TnU- nnvt.
Cooi. About tlifl "coolest
u the oilier morning by
i a splendid
; . . . . I . .il tx'it
il chunk of he.
diael Ryan, has
t he same.
S. Such joak's are ace pt
e iit a limes. j- in
ht make cvrisiderubie iiu-
. I .1. .MWAdltllllftD fit
: ..a mil eh
the r.mnfort and convenie'ice ot
in front of their biihKt8
SL'H. (Jill iU to uisAivji
town have ever inxeu
toward venderinu: thair
t - A . . I -v f t.Ilt
u cloth awning.
. . . A 1 . !
n apu I '
1 1 . K irAnFitfl rtn thp
of health and the cure -nd preyen
of disease, is assuredly, o e of the
'nmilv. Ir. Board's nw work.
ir n ii u r ii v at :i i n. jritD, ..,--w-.
.1 v- hnnen h'llll l llAVR
intention of atttmpting a formal re
this week's Eaton Dkmockat, but
1.1 , r- A1. .narlFd ti. tll fl VPPt.l Sf
-2 C O.. Mr n t h l
r.innfi nnhlishers. nrodace hrst-clas
! & 1 '. j in t hn 1'Drr
a 71 1 11 CUU1U VUVia oit.iiw J
J ad Affi i. On Ihursday
t Ii A Vt 1 1 IIBT a II Lr ill
Mill". L II U twill
place hctween, Mr. Jasper
ter, and i;. w mie, wmcu ai
pretty tough affair for om-
lcuiars, liai'ocnis i s1 ""ji
for sometime existed he-
r ... , , n n I 1 111' I . a VI,
day iii question, hoth parties
i ; :.. ... fi..l.l
c piniiiitju v.i .......
... . . . i . if ii mi unnui
1 1 1 . 1 . , . . ll,..n.
UIO l.lirv . . - - -
I . L .1 fr .
neretinon iiiov s;'o " oi-u-
the difficulty wh-r. their day
J - J A .V. 1
met in the woods, and went
t. White rccieving (as we
rn. a broken log: ami several
A. A .. k n..-..f ..l.B il n I I I il 1 I
v. I v I utite'i ' v-- - - ------ - -
I . C . t Ua tiro, 1 t nrril.'-il
Ol UCCU 1UI llIC Hill' ij
Mr. Thomas Srephens. who
rincr the cries of tho nfflicted
A !l 14 . 1 .1 ,,.,,.0v.
.J y wv'- . w r
the Instant death ot Mr. C.
ml. a. i . i. ri.:
in a Tory critical condition.
L. Stephens was called to
11 l II.. ia,n t s-vf ilia.
iii i n Ln . . . v. ..H.....V. . .. .
S. The above was intend-
i r i nn i c . rv .
WOOL! WOOL! WOOL!
i i .t . ti,,i
CUb tur; Anvniiii'u -
lis fni- trio s.nlo of all klUUS Ot
Blankets, Flannels, Jeans,
1 . .1 Z 1 V -L,
eeuf. ueoiiui;i co auu a i. i i ,
ich I wiU exchange for wool
Cash iiaid (or wool if desired.
II in and see betore disposiuR
M. F. .STEPHENS.
ay 12, 1870 w8.
T" lATTlTfl I ' 4 D ail 1 A. 1
Robert Goings is kept busy
: n 'tut w ootlior Slioritur
tan and cutting the hair close is
.l ,,1" tl,A .1..,. n tl.n
G (jniCl J nit, VtUJ Ul UlL' Dlll
the ' Stripped Pole."
We learn that the newly
ected Corporation Clerk boasts
not having nothing in his
n mm. tfQ IIU ila llw.n ....
t-.WA 1 lO " " - 'lillll Ull
if: Knife. No use goine
Diicd. on the lth int., Atlialiah E
Harshmgn, wile of Mr William Harsk
mnn, near Gettysb irge, of brain fever
in tlip 39ih jear of licr ajfe.
She was a member of the Methodist
Epicopal Church about 23 years, she was
a faithful soldier of Jesus, she joined the
church in early life and was always
ready to do all she could to advance the
. , i ... r fii
cause oi unrist, ana moor mi ,
humanity. About one year ago she said
to her husband that sht had a vision ol
heaven, that she sed: her Mother and
Mother-in 'law and many of her friends
in that beautiful land, and they said to
her that it would not be long til! she
would come to mingle with them at the
"Beautiful river that flows by the throne
of God." She leaves a husband and flvp
small children to mouin her loss. Sht
paid the debt, and is now safe in the sun.
bright clime, "No sorrow, no pain, no
death can enter there." She is safe vt
home at last.
Then weep not for Lizzie,
Though she is no more.
Har voice is now mingling,
With saints on the other shore.
Oh! weep not for Lizzie,
For near the bright throne.
Shejsweepeth the the harp strings,
That now are her owa,
Oh 1 weep not for Lizzie,
Though laid in the tomb.
She liveth in glory, and beckon
DIED In Eaton on the 20th inst, of
Xeuraonia. Carrie Ciflord infant daugh
ter of George and Mary E. Chrisman.
Dikd. On tne 2tth in it, of White
Swelling, William C. Dcsl.vi'. Aged 28
yr ars 3 months and 18 days'
Marikd, on the 19th itist At the
residence of the Brides father, nejr Ea
ton, by the It.-v. Hiram Jhnson. Mr.
David A, Potteif to Miss Angie Leh
man, all of Preble, county, Ohio,
Farmers are buy plowing
and .luiitmo;. home corn is up
and ready for the cultivates Wo
learn that in ail parts of the
county the. wheat prospect is
We notice that some of
our streets have been cleaned.
Let the citizens turn cut and
clean every street and ally in
town. N'iv is the time com
mence before it is everlastingly
too late. I he hot and sickly
sr-ason is drawing near.
PERSONAL V. II.
crer, liavintr tinished Ins pro ea
sion with Messrs. Tuttle & TFclsh
of this place, as Surgeon Dentist
took hia departure for Greenville
Darke county, O., on last Mon
day morning, where he propos
es "doing for himself," in the of-fh-e
of Dr. Lewis, resident Den
ti3t of that place. We wish you
un-cess and prosperity.
The 1 og pens attached to J.
W. G-.ft'ife Co's distillery were
burned at Cincinnati, the morn
ing of the 11th inst. About
3,000 hogs were destroyed. The
was shocking. The
cries of the animals were heard a
mile and a half. The pens be
longed to Gaff & Co., and were
valued at $1,500; no insurance.
The hogs were the property ot
Sadler & Co. Loss, $50,000; in
mred in home companies for
15,000. Supposed to be the
work of an inoendiaro.
Free Lecture. The second
lecture on Spiritualism, will be
delivered by Jtfrs L. H Cowles
on Friday evening May 27; at 7
o.clock at Minors Hall, All arf
A CKJf O WLUDGED SUPERlOItllY OF
Roback's Bitters. These far
famed Bitters are by all admitt
ed to be. in their purity as a stim
ulant. Their efficacy as medi
cine and strengthening proper
ties as a tonic, superior to any
other known compound. The
Government acknowledges this
in issuing them to the army, and
fathers acknowledge this in us
lug them in their families.
Roback's Bitter3 arc known
throughout the civilized world,
and as thev are growing in pub
lic estimation continually, they
will soon be the one great uni
versal remedy, supplanting all
similar preparations everywhere.
Interesting to House Keepers.
Feather beds renovated and
made new on short notice, one
door east of the Post Office, Eas
ton, Ohip. Satisfaction warrant
ed or no pay.
May 19, 1870-w3.
A dangerous twenty dollar
counterfeit is reported in circu
lation. All the notes so far dis
covered are evidently printed
from the same plate which is re
markadla well engraved. The
Aarket National Bank and the
National Bank fo Commerce are
among the names borne by the
A series of meetings will com
mence in the Christian Cliai'il,
Eaton on Fridav GAenfajr of this
week; the same wi I con tin no trt
Friendship Church on S.Unrdty
evening, ounuay at 1U o-clojh;
AM; and in the afternoon; and
in Eaton on Sunday
lev's. L S. Guth-
erie: VVm.o. Isacon, and puaiilijy
other ministers will he present
PREPARE FOR THE CENUS.
The following from the India
riu Atnprioon iri roe rt Qi li ii J 11 1 1 n'
what will be required of persona
in the shape of answers to ques
tions, Firat. In reference to land
State the owner or managers ol
the farm, the number ol ac.-rs o;
land improved and unimproved,
with cash value ot the same, and
the value of farming imp! omen's
Secoud. State the number of
live stock of all ki ids on hand
June 1st, 1870, to-geliinr with the
value ot the same, and the value
of the animals slaughtered with
in the year.
Third. State the imnilur of
bushels of wheat, rye, ?rn, oats
barlev. buck wh at peas a-d
beans, Irish potatoes and sweet
potatoes, pounds of wool a id
pounds tobacco a:d otton,if any
are produed, the v. due of o-cli-ard
products in dollar, the nn ru
ber of gallons of wine, the value
of garden prod. ice number of
pounds of butter or ch ;ese tona,
of hay bushels of clover se'l and
oteers grass seeds, po inds ol" hops
tons of hemp dew rotted or wa
ter rotted, pounds of tlax vrih
bushels of flax Herd, pound's of
silk cocoon-, pounds d cane su
gar, gallons of rnol s-es, piein i
of honey aud bees-.viix, and tlip I
value ot all bom m id niu
facturos. Tne otler q i i-'io is i
relating to per.-on?., ag -s. birth,
deaths, marriages, pr. fe-.sioMS. I
occupations and tnnlcs ran read-1
ily be answered by any intelli
gent member of a family onl3 "
requiring care that the dates bo
Let the farmer take the first !
opportunity to write out the au -
swers in full and have them
ready for the coming of the As
Marshal, and he will
save both hims'lf and Ma r li it
a good de'I of time The taking
of the Census is to be commenu
ed June lat and finished Novem
ber 1st five months. The pa
tr ..tQ f ...,f.
lo l.W UHl i UC 11,1111., it l.i lli '
. . t
for each farm, fifteen cents fori
each mar.utacttir'.tt estabiiah
ment, two cents for every d eueas
ed person, and ten cents per mile
Absolute Divorc- s Icl'.'i'It . btnin
ed in New-York, Indiani, I Hi r.ors ar.d
other States, for persons from a-ij Stair
or Countiy, legal evervurbcie dfwroon,
drunkenness, non-Bupp'irt, etc., sK'ffic'pnt
cause, no publicity; no .hnrge until di
vorce obtained. Advice tree, fuaines.s
established 6fteen years
Address, M. HOUSli, Alto-fnev.
No 78 Fassau Street. New York Cilj
April 21, 1870. mos. 3:
Sale of Real Estate by Orcr
On Friday the 27th ol Ma. 1870, at 3
o'clock, P. M in the af eruoon, oi" "he
premises, will be sold to tlie highest bid
der, the following Ken! Bstatc, as (hi-
property of Henry Orottendeck, deceased
Being a part of the e asi hatf, of section
29, in township of rane 1 east. Also,
a p irt ot the soutn west quarter ot sec
tion 28 in Township and rane aforesaid
commencing at the north we t corner of
said south west quarter thence north
86 dt-grves east, 4 chains and 43 links
thence so.ith 6 degrees and 30 minutes
west 14 chains and !' 1 links thtice
north 62 degrees, and 45 minutea wel
1G chains and 13 links thence north
33 degrees, west 1 chain ihrnce north I
75 degrees, west 7 chains and 82 links
thence north 77 degrees, awd 30 nt.nutesi
west 8 chains thence south 85 degrees
and 15 minutes, west 3 chains and 3
links thence north 11 degrees, and 45
minutes, eas' 2 chains and Oti linksgr
thence north 60 degrees and 45 minutes,
weft 11 chains and 83 links hence
north 3 d grees and 30 minute, west 25
chains and 70 links thence north Sli
degrees, east 9 chains and 46 links
thence north 88 degrees, east 5 chains
and 70 links thence south 71 decrees
east 5 chains and 2 links-thence south
3 degrees and 30 minutes east 12 ehatfwi
and 15 links thence nurtli 85 degrees
and 30 minutes, east 20 chains and 3U
links thence soulh 3 degrees and 30
minutes, east 20 chains and 21 links to
the place of beginning, 121 acres and
49-100 more or less.
Terms of Sale as follows one third
cash in hand, one third in one year and
one third in two years, the deferred pav
incnts to bear interest from date of rmlo
and secured by mortgage on the- premi
ses WILLI AM IT. DOAVKLL.
Administrator of the Eitate o Henry
H. B. PAYNE. Attorney.
April 28, 1870 w4prf .iiUjS.
Sealed proposals will be received at
this office up to noon of Wednesday,
June 8lh nct, fr a Wrought Iron
Bridge across Whre Water Ureek, west
Kew Paris. Preble county, Ohio. Une
Span otl'.O feet. ifi '
About 202G Cubic Yards of -tftljiwrK-
Anout 15a Perch of Masoparv
i , i ai I'.ii.i,. Vorila nIOrnvel
By order of the Commissioners- i
JARVIS N, LAKE, Auditor
Vpril 23, 16 70-wU prf))iti,00
Having Returned Farom Hew York with a very
- I WILL OFFER THEM AT THE FOLLOWING
LOOK AT THE REDUCTION IN PRICES
12 II OS K,
I SCO. lro. 1860. 18 7 169. I8 70.
oi -5,C1ASII, I2i 07 LINEN Handk ucks, 25 10
40 30, ,- - 35 25
50 37; " . 50 40
10 6iTABLE LINENS, 75 50CAKPETSf 1 00 G5
15 12J! " W 75 - li00 75
5 35 BED SPREADS, 2,25 1,75 1,25 1,00
: " a off snni i.50 i.2
OIL CLOTHS 75 GO
8,00 6,00 1,00 75
25 Japnnees Silk Patternsl8,00 13,00
30, GLOVES, 50 25
AND IN ADDITION A F1TI.X. STOCK
OF HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, & SHOES;
i EVAlftYTHITNGr KEPT I TV COUNTRY STOR 1
Call in at No. 3, Commercial Block
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CHAS. J. C KxIXE&i (XV,
127 Bowery, N. Y., P. O Bo 4 586.
Nov 23, tSG9 yl
1 CQ :!
Ei Ess S
EW BLACKSMITH CHOP.
NOTICE TO ALL CREATION.
he undersigieo has just opened a
FIRST CLASS BLACKSMITH
Shop on Decator and Beech Sts
Ohio just above the Brewery.
Ilorse-Shoeiuff, Plows, Harrows,
Wagons, Edged Tools, &c.
made New or lepaired. Also Double
Linked Chains repaired or made. Bring
on your Work, Satisfaction Warranted.
try. 27. loTl-yrl.
E.xparte, A. P. J Johnson ) Preble Conn
& other citizens of Sev l Conn of
Paris O., and viciniK, f Com. Pksas.
"Vfotite is hereby giveu to all persons
Jl interested, timt Abram P. Johnson
ol JNew l'aris I'veble county Ohio, did
on the 22d Uar ot April, 1870, file his pe
tiiion on behalf of himself and 11 oth
ers interested in the Court of Common
P'eas with;!: tnd for the cointy of Pre
ble in said State of Ohio, setting forth
that on the 4th day of January 1840
Jauis Cochran and Eb.a J. Cochran.
ins wire, conveyed by deed Lot number
41 in the town of New Paris, Prebl.
eonnty. Ohio, to certain Trustees there
in named and their successors in office,
and to the citizens ofNew Paris and vi-
ctnity thereof forever upon the condition
that said Rea: EjUU was to be express-
h used for no other DiirDose whatever.
That said Trustee , 1A
ll WhOm Said IjOt
., ,i ..,j i. i
2ft?2JE2?& ,0"f e.a8-
u lo ieriorin saiu iru3t. I nat tor t .e
safely ot said property so conveyed as
aforesaid, and for the dso execution of
snid trust, acting trustees nre required.
That the instrument creating said trust
fi.ils to make provision for the election
of the successors of the Trustees named
in said deed. And praying that the
Court will appoint four suitable and
proper persons resident of the town of
New Paris and vicinity, trustees to net
as ijuccessros of the original trus
tees named in said trust deed with the
full powcrand authority to take charge of
said trust property and fully discharge
all the duties of said trust.
CAMPBELL & CULMORE&J.H FOOS
Attorneys for Petitioner.
April 23, 1870. w6 prf. $13.50
John C Bgxep.
I R M.
Having recently associated as D-artners
iu n- n..: i . f
, uvti , iiuiinens, wouiu inior'n
the public that they have now on hand a
good supply of
First Class Groceries soh as
Tea, Ciift'ee, tsntjar, MolaSfea,
Spices, Candie.", Sonp, Tobacco
& Cigars, Butter, Cheese,
Lard & Srgs; FLOUR &
MEAL. Dried Fruita,
Dried Beef, Tubs,
Baskets. &c., &c.
Tbis firm have the exclusive
Ajri'ncy in Eaton, for the sale of the
CHAMPUX REAPER; ond the im
proved Uatton Sulkv Horse Rake.
April 21, 1870 mos. 6.
.VF If SMIOM.
The undersigned having put up a New
Shoo opposite Robinson, Chambers ACo's
Machine Shop, oa the corner of Mi.ple
& High Strels, is now prepared to do
211 Siiitls Reparing
IRON OR1' WOODWORK
on short notice, having had years of
practical experience, he flatters hims If
that he can give Sati.-ifaclio-i to all who
aiay favor him with their patronage.
Special attention given to
Plow & Wagon Work
Horse- Shoein g
JOS. F. BONAKER.
, IER0Y MEDINA CO. 0.
Mncorporafetl Feb. 8, '48,
Cash Surplus, Sept.
29, 1869 .... $251,826 39
Losses Paid over - - - 278.000 OO
Insures Farm Property Only.
EXPENSES LESS, in proportion to a-
mount ol business than anv other Com-
Pny doing business in Ohio, and fer
,nis reason its rates are lower than thoso
of any other Company,
Without any Further Liability
Has been in .n.rr t
r i ' 1 u "J reason
rK"a 'alr aeai.ug, and
mnmnl oIIa . r 1 , .
,... .iivu.ciui:iHui losees, i as Decorne
the ,,108t PPw Company in the State"
among the FarMers. In cose of los,
this CoBparry pays the full valne of prop
erty destroyed by
Jtxre or Mtghtning,
np to tho amount insured. For Insur
ance or turther information apply to
t. MP. MMOIjJftES Atgit.
Fox Pi eble it-partof.Vontaom'rtCountiet
ADDBESS, Gratis, Preble Co., o'
.Nov llth, IM9,Trl,
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WIDE!
FOUR l'Wl.VJlS OMjM9.
rpilIS justly celebrated native Wine ;.
X. made from the juico of the Oportive
u'Ti iiubbu in nod country, its valu
&c ani strensfthv L
ore unsurpassed bsnnv other nii V;
o . ., "
i g me pure puce ot tne grape,
ed under Air. Speer's own personal
ervisiod, Its pirity and genuineness are
guaranteed. The youngest child may
partake of its generous qualities, and the
wenkest invalid may use it to advan i ge
It is particularly beneficial t.o the aged
and debilitated, and im suited to the var
ious ailments that afD.ct the wenker sex.
It is, in every respect, A WINE TO- BE
INVALIDS USE SBEFRS PORT
FEMALES USE SHEER S PORT
WEAKLY PERSONS FIND A
BENEFIT 1JY ITS USE.
Speer's Wines in Hospitals are prefer
red to other wines.
Sold by Druggists generally, who also
sellSpetrs Standard Wine Bitters.
Trnde supplied by all wl olesalc Dealers
See that :lie Signature of Alfred Speerj
Passiac X. J.,isorer the cork of eaci
A. SPEER'S Vinevard, New Jersey,
Olfice, N.,. 213 Broiidwv, New York
For Sale by J. P. BROOKINS & SON
fiitl,r Entoa. Oliio
JOIIK V. CAMI-BEI.U JAS. A . CUt.MOItE
CAMPBELL I GILMOliE,
(Successors to Oilmore ft Campbell,
ATTORNEYS at LAW,
NOTARIES rVULIG, LAND AND
Gov't Claim Agents.
Oflio at the old stand, on Barron Street
Jan. I ISC'.i vl.