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TOWN AND COUNTRY!
This Column will henceforth be
devoted to ivefiees of the business
novelty ind rnterpriee of the town
of Eaton, and Count. Ml the
infoHlMtw it contain wiR be
.xJJTT.. ' a
, vurcfituy 1 II . Ill lW we re-
; asto tkAt is
vf ours .All &s tf fefefetf ftke
PtAlicwill be Ik&nlftity nwtferf.
tair" U the
: Our Nw Photograph Gallery
Mr. Samuel McLane'e Near
Gallery is in full blast. It yea
-went good cheap nad durable
work .lone, rive him a call.
Gullerr opposite M. Filbert's
4 .Clothing Store.
RrtKiious Nonce. Re.
Guthria, wiU preach ia
Chrretian Chape oa the
of Baron and Somers streets, on
Suuduj- eveniag next at 7 e'cTlr.
. "He who doeth all things
well!" will send us weather as
;fwr need it. Farmers and oth
ers doa't gra ruble so mack.
Ladies will please set their
I ages ready for the census taker.
Sixteen years will probably be
the average age.
Persons wks want Fear pa
tronage always ask you through
iocs I papers to deal wifch them.
Look out far the fourth of
July. The trresistable Btll
Escar, aaa gone aad rented Mia
vter's big EEalL For farther in
formation inquire at the P. 0 ,or
' see programme.
Those staunch old Demo
-erats, Daniel Bender and Dr.
Dickey, Wave ear thanks Cor late
favors. Cafi again.
k r mi
j Picnics are now ail the go.
All getting up such are remiud
ed that we do bettor work aad
-charge less than other respecta
ble office in PreUodars to. Ca1
-and examine our specimens and
prices and give us a call. "A
word to the wise c.
Feather beds reuovated and
made new oa ehort notice, ane
idoor east of the Post Office, lia
I ton. Oh io. Satisfaction warrant-
fjd r ho pay.
? May 19, 1870-a.
mmt M m mm.
A Ladt writes a long commun
ication to the St. Paul Press in
otiDosition to female claims tor-
the ballot, and growing aetiy
enthusiastic towards the dose
breaks out i parodic poetry; of
whlch the feiloaing verse is a
1 The "Mia that all are praising
Is not the vote lor me.
It's claims are o a-nazing.
I d rather tar be free
But there' a vote in yenSct crib.
A bat7 vote clear, shrill id glib.
That vele its worth live raising.
A nd that's the votr Tor m
Oh! that's the vote (or me!
The moon is said to be nearer
.-to the earth than rt
one hundred' years.
vM be for
Strawberry short oaks WiU be
In order in a few days.
The days are aow 14 hours and
30 minutes long.
The Democratic State
vention assembles In Charleston.
West Virginia, the Capital of
.that State, June 8th.
gotten pp Wedding Cards refurnished
promptly at this Office-
Tailoring The reliable
popular establishment of M. Fil
bert, has recently added to his
stock seme very heavy purchases
of splendid apiog aad summer
oods for men and boy's w
and are new folly preparaO te
meet all demands in his line of
trade. A iook through his busi
ness house is sufficient to con
vince every one that he keeps the
best goods, makes the neatest
and best fits and turn's out tbe
most durable work. If yoo wish
to be well anb fashionably dress
ed in the latest styles, gire him
a call before purchasing else
where. Remember be does no
slop shop work, and sells as
Wh en you cjme to town to
pay your June Taxes doa't for
get to call on the Printer, if yoo
Rev. B. J. Georoe, Baptist
Minister, will preach In Minor's
Hall, next Sabbath Jane 5th.,
at 101 o'clock a. m. AH are invited.
Tne decoration oi the graves,
of the soldiers who lie buried in
our 0 emetery, was celebrated on
Monday last with oppropriate
ceremonies. The committee of
ladies and gentlemon who had
under their supervision the
arangements for the decoration.
exceeded very well in getting
everything in the preper shape
and the strewing of the flowers
upon tne graves of Che aeparrea
soldiers, was done in good order
and taste. The oration delivered
by Rev Harris was very eloquent,
and was listened to with marked
attention. The musie by the Ea
ton Cornet Band was excellent,
and the whole performance pass
ed off with the best of feeflng.-
JLhe crowd in attendance was
aot quite so large as last year,
bat considering the state of the
weather and the sameness of the
ceri monies, there was a very
good turn out.
Mas, Acoorsixb To Josv Bil
lings' allmisax. May at ue
belie of the year, she has worn
the belt for five thousand years.
If May haden't bare been a sen
sible girl, she would hav bin
split long ago with poetry1 and
etaasy. Bet she is an inde pen-
tan t kritter, aad don't care a kuss
for stanzy. This is aa easy
month tew fall in love. Oarna
tare are fully thawd ot after the
late kold soap and like a little
cited brook, begin tew look
aveeed tew find another little
melted brook, tew mix with. Oh?
hew precious and delightsum it'
ia te mix. Hive bees during this
month, tf you hav got sum, if
not, hire someboddy else's.
The Booster bow bursting thrut,
Proclaims the rozy mora,
Aad hackling hens are telling ur
Va other egg is born.
DECORATION DAY. SPECIAL NOTICE.
Thoae wbo e
All personc indebted to us on
subscription for over a year, a ill
please take notice that, we are
preparing a Delinquent list for
publication ia Handbill form, to
be posted up at all Post
pay, get their mail, to that the
people among whom they live
may know how much honor aad
honesty they are possessed aaa be
governed accordingly. It you
dout want the paper pay up and
atop it we are not anxious to
sead it to those who do not pay
for yenrs, nor do we intend to
be swindled out of what Is due
us if we can help it. Those in
terested in this notice will please
. mm a . a a
govern tii em selves acconuagiy.
iita-dneas is doll now we csn de
vote some time and attention to
those in arrears. If their accounts
are not settled cers aeon, we will
liquidate them by gratuitous nd-
vertibing, tor the information
and be nefit of the people among
whom they live
PIONEER'S TAKE NOTICE
The Pioxker Association of
Preble Coun ty, are notified that
their aext Aaa ual meeting will
be held at Eaton, 0 on 18th of
June 1870. AH are invited.
Mr. . G. W. QxofM&, of this
Place, will give an exhibition at
at Temple Ball, on next Thurs
day evening, June 9th 1870.
Embracein g voice training &c,
of the class jf little warblers, that
have been Oader his training, we
hope those who are interested in
the musical advancement at oar
town, will gire the matter pro
per attention, and thus evince aa
appreciation of a musical skill in
- a - . la a ' 12a
Our mtast mac win oa a orean
and an honor to our beautiful
little city. '
Bills have been printed at this
office for the following Pic Nic's:
At Eaton, on Saturday J one
11th, at the Fair Ground. Man
agers, Calvin Goodwitt,Ira Good
win 4l P. Bolsek. Music furnish
ed by Eson & Churchill's entire
At Straw's Grove, 2 miles n.e.
of Eatoo, Saturday, Jane 18th
Managers 3. P. Harshman, Qao.
Sia aw k Ttlbk SfcOAN. Music by
the above Band.
mm SS SS S
Jack Frost. On the night of
the 28th or 29th of May, a pretty
heavy frost visited the neigh
borhood of Mr. Johw B. Klautk,
aardener on tbe farm of W . J
Gtlmore. about 1 mile east of
Eaton,had a largeqnantity of oar
y vegetables, such as early Po
tatoes, Cabbage, Peas, Beans,
Tomatoes and early Corn com
some . of our
chants and business men, and we
desire to enter our protest
against that kind of procedure.
Men have a right to buy where
they please, bat when they ?o
business in a community and de
sire public natronajre, thev
I I f . I i .
soouia uuy or taoso irom siiom
they expect to recieve like favor
If the majority of our citizen
Went to Cincinnati for their Dry
Goods, Groceries and such ar i
clesptnd the others to Cincinnati
or some other distant place tor
their Clothing, Shoe, Drug, Ac,
how long would we have a town
here ? Let oa encourage onr own
Merchauts, Mechanic and busi
ness men as against all t ha world
we have as good here aa can
be found elsewhere, and dirtaner
ends enchantment only to de
ceive. In proportion n we sup
port one another, in that ratio
will our town and county and
people be prosperous ?
Printers Ink cttsta money if
you want to try its virtues you
know how, and if don't, do nut
find fault with those who buy it
nor with the Printer who
works fore those who pay,
and can no more live on Kind
nor promises, nor thanks, thnn
you can : neither expect him, if
you invest a few dollars in adver
tising, to give you in return
more than value of your money
ia Locals. It he bought of yon
ten dollars' worth ot Cloths, Cof
fee or Sugar, would yoo give lr:m
in addition five dollars' worth oi
Flour, Tea, Muslin or something
lse ? It is a poor rule that weu'i
work both ways.
WOOL! WOOL! WOOL!
Having been appointed the
Agent of the Richmond Woolen
Mills for the sale ot all kinds of
woolen Goods in their line snch
as Blankets, Flannels, Jeans,
Tweyds, Cassimeres and Yarns,
which I will exchange for wool
at Factory prices.
Cash paid tor wool if desired.
Call in and see before disposing:
of your Wool.
' M. r. Stepii bjjs.
May 12, 1870 a 8.
The steel plate for this num
ber fs a pretty rural pidn re, natr
ral and amueing a couple of
little children cowering before
the wrath of the mother hen, from
whom the boy has stolen oae
of her chicks. The princlpa1
Fashion-plate" is very gay nnd
richly colored; and tl e engraving
"Gathering Violets,'' pleasantly
suggeativo. The music is a song
-i i Lore me. Say so." The
patterns of Children's and La
dies Fashions- bats, bonnets,
fcc, are just what the ladies
want. The literary matter, as
usual with this mags sine, is fresh
aud entertaining. "Married at
thirty-five," by Lucy Lea : "Be
fore and After Marriage ;"
"Weekday ; A Translation from
Elise Polka; "Courting by
proxy;" "The Cascant.onB' A'nt;''
'History of the Bonnet" (illus
trated) ; Work Table Novelties
(illustrated); and Editorials, Re
marks on the Fashions, dec, are
the principal content. Publish
ed by Deacon & Peterson, 319
Walnut street Philadelphia,
Price $2 50 a year (whdeh iuclud-
a targe sreei sngravingi
Fear copies, $6. Five copios (and
oae gratis), . J.ne Laay
Friend" and "The Saturday Eve-
iurng Post ' (and one. engr avmg;,
84.00. SamDle copies 15 cents.
Those of our readers who re
side ia the country will find it
greatly to their advantsge to
look over the columns of the
Democrat before starting to town
to do their trading, ay tuts
means they will readily- ascertain
where the eheapost and best
bargains san be obtained. Busi
ness meat who have first class
. . . ,
gooas ior saie, aiwaya iuvwuk
Sealed proposals will be received at
this office up to noon of Wednesday.
June 8tk next, fas- a Wrought Iron
Bridge across White Water Creek, west
of New larls, Preblo eountr, Ohio- One
Span ot l'.O feel
Abost 2028 Cubic Yards of Embank
ment. About 158 Perch of Maeonary and the
Foundation for same.
About 104 Cubic Yards of Gravel.
By order of the Commissioners.
JABVIS N, LAKE, Auditor
April 23, 1870-0 jrf $6,00
aving Returned From New York with a very
t ffiiii a
I WILL OFFER THEM AT THE FOLLOWING
LOOK AT THE REDUCTION IN PRICKS
186. I 7. .
ALPACAS, 50 25 GINGHAMS,
" 75 50 "
" 1,00 75
LAWNS; 25 PRINTS,
20 ORG AN DA Sr
25'Japances Silk Patternsl8,00 13,00
07 LINEN" IlAxnK'acFS, 25
AND IN ADDITION A FULL STOCK
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, & SHOES;
Call in at No. 3, Commercial Block,
EVlillYTHINO KEPT I IV
M. I. 8HFHM.
HOIFARD SANITARY! AID
For the Renf and Cure ot the Errinjr
aad Unfortunate, on Principles of
Christinn PW ln thro py .
Essays on tho Srrors of -Youth
acft the of Ape. is ritati""
Murriae Sx ial Kvila rh sanitary
id for tt4 afflicted. Sant.free, in setU
ed Knviooe Address HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, Box P. Philadelphia,
AGENTS WAJVTED for our
Edited br Ceo. E Wartsr, Jr. the well
known t jri. nltsrsl writer and engineer.
r & (tOO of to oases, and
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and prew tic1 vttlity for working men of
ever" iraae nu vcvmiwuvh.
f0"Prioe low to suit tbe time. Com
i 3 t-X.- lrt.iat liVaarsal avnrl iuala rD-
ID 1BHIUI1B ummr. wo - r
id Send ror circular and rnil jarticnlars
. 1 . n n . . a. 7vi:.k
nuarcio, - w 9
ers of Firt Cli.a8 Subscription Bocks;
177 west, roan a bhcti luc-wuiati.
d a Stan wnntpH A t7pnts for onr
Ba&va Puss Book, Dr. Hankers' "Phy
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. if A.
ma lV.lttt. nimnvi levall . btain-
ed in New-York. Indiana, Uliaois aad
other States, for persons from any State
or Coaatry, legal everjwnere, sshiuob,
drunkenness, non-support, etc , sufficient
cause, no publicity; no har ge until di
vorce obtnlned. Advice free. .Business
established fifteen years.
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Address, Sa. tiuuar, aiwrarr,
No 78 Fassao Street, New York Cttj
April 21, 1870. bios. 3c
aud all others wanting Plews are direct
ed to the above chop where we amaaa
frcture Plows adopted to lota Sad aad
Fallow groend. Call and
a our stoek of Plows, before pnrchas
irrg elsewhere, as we have proven our
Plow better constrsacted for LIGHT
NESS OF DRAFT, Neatuess of Work
than sjrr other Plow in tne market.
We are sha asanofactaring oan horse
plows. Shovel Plows ac. Plow repair
ing of all kinds done. Shop aw r Depot
Eaton. Ohio. G. S. BstOWEB.
Eaton, February 10, I860 tf.
Sent free in a sealed envelope my val-
uable lecture on the Errors of Yoath de
signed as a warning and caution to young
men. with rules aad prescriptions for the
cure of weakness and lost manhood, 03
one who-has been permanently cored
Send stand and address
EDGAR TRE MAINE,
Broadway, opposite Aslor Place, N. Y
Manhood: How Lost Hew
Just po Wished, a new edl
tioa if Dr. Cslverweirs
Celebrated Saaay aw
cine) ot SrsjBMToaaHuis, or
Seminal Weakness, In voluntary Seminal
Losses. Impotency, Mental aaa Physical
Incapacity, Impediment i te Marriage,
etc. ; also. Consumption, Epilepsy, and
Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sexs
aa-Price, ia a sealed envelope, only 6
The celtt rated author, in this adm ira
ble essay, clearly demonstrates from a
thirty years' soccessfal practice, that the
alarming consequences of self-sbwse may
be radically cured without the dangerous
use of internal . medicine or the applies
tion of the knife: pointing oat a mode of
cure at once simple, certain, and efT.-c-tnaL
by means of which every sufferer, no
matter what his condition amy be, may
carer. himself cheaply, privately, and rad
Hdr This Lecture should be ia the
hands oi every youth aad every man in
Sent, under seal, ia s plsin envelope,
to any address, pi'lpaid, on receipt of
sis cents, or two post stamps. Also,
Sr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide," price
33 cents. Address tbe Publishers,
CHA8. J. C KLINE VO..
127 Bowery, V. Y , P. O. Box 4,586.
Nov 26, f869 yl
JEW gLACKSMlTH gHOP.
NOTICE TO ALL CREATION.
The nndersijenec has jast opened a
A FIRST CLASS BLACKSMITH
Shop on Deeator and Beech Sta. Eaton,
Ohio jnst above the Brewery.
Horae-Shoeitig, Plows, Harrows,
Wagons, Edged Tools, &c
made New or repaired. Also Doable
Linked Chains repaired or made. Brin
on your Work, Satisfaotion War r ante
January. 27, 1870-yrl.
Cxparie, A. P. 1 Johnson 1 Preble Conn
& other citizens of Hew ty Conn of
Paris O. and vicinit . j Com. Pleas.
Thfvliceia hareby given to all persons
.131 interested, that A bran P. Johnson
of New Paris Preble county Ohio, did
on the 22J day of April, 1870, file his pe
tition on behalf cf himself and JI oth
ers Interested ia saw Coert of Common
P"ena within aad lor tbe eomty of Pre
ble, ia said State of Ohio, setting forth
that on the 4th day of January 1840
James Cochran and Eliza J. Oochran,
his wife, conveyed by deed Lot number
41 in the town of New Paris, Preblo
county, Ohio, to certain Trustees there-
in named ana their successors
and to the citizens of New Paris and vi-
'bat said Bea. EstaU was to ba express-
3? .1. . Trlr' to ,wk"
ed W perform ssh! trust. That for the
7ZlL F??V0 eoB'eT.ed "
aad for tbe doe execution of
said tmstj acting trustees are required, j
That theJastmsSent creatiag said' trust'
MU to make provision for the election
the successors of the Trustees named
in said deed. Aad 'raying that the
Court will appoint four suitable and
persona rarami 01 tne town 01
ew i am ana vicinity, trustees to act1
Hew rans aaa vicinttr,
aa eneeessros of the
tees named in said trust deed with the
fall power and authority to take chargo of
said trust property and fully discharge
all the duties of said trust.
CAMPBELL & GILMOREA J.H FOOS,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
April 28, 1870. w6 prf.f 13.60.
John C Boxes.
Johs Hai.de II
Having recently associated as partners
in the Grocery Business, would inform ,
public that they have now oa band a
supply of j
n-i.ni n ,
T ITSt UlaSS GrOCftneS SUCh a8
lea, UOttee, OUgar, alOlaSSeS. '
Spices, Csndies, Soap, Tobacco
Cigars, Batter, Cheese,
Lard & Eggs; FLOUR A
MEAL. Dried Froits,
Dried Beef, Toba,
Baskets, Arc., &c.
afs This firm have the exclusive
Agency in Eaton, for the sale of the
CHAMPI JN REAPER; and tbe im
proved Dayton Sulkv Horse Rake.
April 21, 1870 mos. 6.
JYJEW SEE OM.
The undersigned having put npa New
Shoo opposite Robinson, Chambers ACo's
Machine Shop, on the corner of Maple
A High Strets, is now prepared to do
JEll Mind Eleparing
IRON OR WOODWORK
on short notice, having had years of
practical experience, he flatters bimseli
that be can give Satisfaction to all who
may favor him with their patronage.
Special attention given to
Flow & Wagon Work
Horse - Shoein g
JOS, P. BONAKKH.
Eaton sep. 3,68 tf.
LEGAL NOTICE, Aew Aveertisdments.
, LEROY MEDINA CO. O,
Imemrjsmi mtett We. 8, '48,
Cash Surplus, Sept.
SO, 1869 . 825L826 89
Loam Paid over 278,000 OO
Insures farm Property Only.
EXPENSES LE8a at avoportioa to a
raount of business taaWanv other Com
pany doing basinessln Ohio, aad for
this reason its ratea are lower thran tknu
or any other Comdaay,
Without inv C,il.mm I ff.iliVs
over twenty years, and bv reason
prompt settlement of losses, has become
fhe m.t pop.,.,. Company the StsAel
among the Farmer.. P l case of 1
tbis Company pays the full value of prop
afovwsaid, art. destroyed by
JTuZ T. t'
"P to !?oa? anrad. For Inaar
of Mee r fnrther fe"oa apply to
av. J. HOMjJftES, JMg"t.
Fnrvi, A-rtnrv.i -n
AnnRHM. n.t(i nMo ,
.Nov lltti. 1869.rl.
VINEYARDS, NEW JfcRSEV.
SPEEDS PORT GRAPE WINE!
rot k ! t .ttts omaV.
THIS justly celebrated native Wine is
made from the juico of tbe Oportive
Grape, raised in ihu country. Its vain-
ud gtr.th..i,.s- Pro-vi
are unsurpassed bsftny other natiye Vfime
Bei g the nare juice of the grape, pro
tbe ed under Mr. Sneer's own personal sup
good ervisiod, Its purity and genuineness are
gaaranteed. The youngest child may
P-rtake of it. generous qualities, and the
woasesi invaiiu may use it 10 an van ''ge.
It is paricn.'arly beneficial to the aswd
and debilitated, and ia suited to tbe var
ious ailments that affl.ct tbe weaker sex.
It is, in every respect, A WINE TO BE
INVALI08 USE SPEERS PORT
FEMALES USE SHEER 8 PORT
Git A PE WINK.
WEAKLY PERSONS FIND Ar
BENEFIT BY ITS U8K.
Speer's Wines in Hospitals are prefer
red to other wines
Sold by Druggists generally, who also
sell Speer's Standard Wise Bitters.
Trsdc 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 Vinerard, New Jersey.
Office, Wo. 243 Broadway, New York.
Por Sale by J. P. BROOKIN8 a SON
ft0l,r Eatoo". Ohio
jobs v. oiarasLU jas. a.
CAMPBELL ft GILMORE,
(Successorr to Gil more k Campbell,
ATTORNEYS at LAW,
NOTAJtlFS PUBLIC, LAND AND
Gov't Claim Agents.
Offio at th- old stand, on Barron Street
Jau. 1 1869. yl.