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TOWN AND COUNTRY!
This Column wHt henceforth be
devoted to Notices of the business
novelty and enterprise of the town
of Eaton, and County. All the
information, it contains will he
carefully written and can be re
lied upon with a view to
giving correct ideas as to what ts
g ung on in this business locaity
of ours. All items of interest to the
l'ublic will be thankftdly recieved.
Every good cttisen of oar town
is in favor of reasonable and
sensible amount of improvements,
bnt when they see the Corpora
tion is being multeed into a heavy
expenditure to increase the value
or improve the -vacant lots of
Councilmen, or to lay 6ide- walks
for the pecuniary benefit of two
or three individuals happening
to be in business on the opposite
side of the street, it is no wonder
that there is an expression of in
dignation among a large portion
of the tax-payers. In the cutting
down of the north end of Cherry
Street, from the best information
we can gather, we are free to be
lieve that there is a fool wrong
being iuflicted upon the tux-pay -ers
of Baton for private purposes
The street, no doubt, needed
some work upon it, but not to
the extent that it is being pushed
by certain owners of vacant lots
which wanted filling up and
draining. Hereafter we hope
the citixens of Eaton will select
"City Dads" who have no private
alleys or town lots to Improve,
and whose residences are in
trnctd trim, and then whatever
o 1 -
expense is made on streets and
alley, will be ior the good of the
whole edromunity. The old Coun
cil done well, and we have noth
ing but praise for them, bnt some
how or another, the bugging iu
of an extra one has got an Ele
phant opou their bands in this
grading ol Cherry Street, which
will not be quite as profitable
an instrument as was Burnoo's
"Wocrtv Horse." ve may jost
here add that a e uuderstaud that
two of the Counci'men, Vanads
dal and FuLiosr. onuoscd the
M. 23. Parsonage for Sale.
Til rrson acre of the M. E
Church on East Main. Street will
be ottered for sale next Saturday.
TERMS One-third cash, one
third ui one year, and one third
in two years from day of sale
with interest on defered pay
ments. FksTivai The ladies of the
Baptist Church, will serve Straw
berries and lee Cream at Minor's
Hall, on next Friday evening,
(June 17, 1870,) to all who will
draw uear and partake of these
luxuries. Ladies and gentlemen
will you call and see us, if yon
do, we shall use you well.
"J. N." at the Court House To-morrow
The Philosopher "J. N." ad
dressed a large and sympathetic
audience of ladies and gentlemen
in the Court House last Wed
nesday night, at which time
be assumed all the predjudice
on himself, and lifted the voil.
He will address our citizens again
to-oight, (17th.) J. N. desires
all to turn out so that he can, be
understood on his truths. ZQ
Having been appointed the
Agent of the Richmond Woolen
Mills for the sale of all kinds of
woolen Goods in their line such
as Blankets, Flannels, Jeans,
Tweeds, Cassimeres and Tarns,
which I will exchange for wool
at Factory prices.
Cash paid for wool if desired.
Call in and see before disposing
M. F. STEPHENS.
May 121870 w8.
THE CRAIG MICROSCOPE
This Microscope is simplified
and adapted to popular as well
as scientific use. A new optical
wonder ! This is the only instru
men t of high power which requi r
es no focal adjustment, and there
fore can be readily used by every
one, even by children. Costing
only x wo JLfOJiars and seventy
five Cents, by mail, post paid,
is within reach of all iu the com
munity, and should be on the
table of every Practioner. Read
adverisement in this paper.
Beauties of the Fifteenth Amendment.
mens. . .
Some of the beauties of thai
. . ....... lni..(ra. .i r-i ,. t. 1 ....... . "
which the Radical vagabonds in
Congress pretend to have fasten
ed upon the country, may be im
agined by the refined, educated,
and intelligent masses of the
North, when we state that of the
sixty-three members ot the Leg
islature ot South Carolina, fifty
are negroes and thirteen white
men! Out of these sixty-three
State legislators (?) but eight are
able to read and write intelli
gently, and but twenty-three can
read and write in all. Not less
than forty-one of the miserable
half brutes, which the mongrel
government of Grant & Co. have
foisted upon the people ot the
South as rulers, mke their mark
(X) Only nineteen of that en
tire legislative body pay taxes.
and the gross amount of those
taxes are f 144.60, official data.
The rest of these law makers (!)
do not pay one mill, but fill the
legislative halls of poor Sooth
Carolina, a caravan ot beastly,
brutal, aoimalized, ignorant ce-
groos! One would suppose a
picture of such fruits, the result
of a so-called American govern
ment (!) in the year 1870, with
over thirty millions of white pop
ulation to be disgraced by it,
would produce a revolution in
forty-eight hours in tnis country,
North and South, that would
hang the perpetrators of this po
litical Infamy, every man of
them, as high as Haman. It
cannot be that white men will
continue to sleep, and let these
outrages go on unrebuked.
Charles Dickens Dead.
Charles Dickens, the greatest
novelist of the age, died at his
residence in Gadshiil, near Rosh
ester, in Kent, on the 9th
instant, ot paralysis, in the fifty -eighth
year of his age. No an
nouncement could have created
a profounder sorrow and regret
than that which conveys the sad
intelligence of the death of this
eminent novelest and friend of
Hon. C. L Vallandioham was
in Eaton last week on legal busi
ness, Val. is looking well, and
predicts success ior the Democra
cy of Ohio and the Third District.
.Recognition of the Baptist Church
There will be a Recognition of
the First Baptist Church of Ea
ton Ohio, on the 22d and 23d
i list., at which time it is expect
ed that the following subjects
will be presented by the Minis
ters whose names are annexed,
The Necessity ot the Atone
ment of Christ. Rev. T. J. Me
liah, of Cincinnati.
Christ's Church a Spiritual
Church. Rev. N. A. Reed, ol
Church Prosperity, and how
best Promoted. 8. A. Collins, of
History of the Persecution of
the Baptists. Rev. C. E. Smith,
Doctrines and Proofs of the
Resurrection of the Dead. Bev.
R. Jeffery, D. D., of Cincinnati.
Preparation for Heaven, and
How Effected. Rev. F. T. Chap
el, of Middletown.
Services will be held in Minor's
Hall, commencing at 11 o'clock,
A. M., ou. Wednesday, the 22d
inst. The public are respectful-
DIED At his father's residence, neat
Eatoa, oa the 24th olt , of Hip Disease
William 01 Dcnlaf aged 28 rears,
3 months and 18 day- Funeral services
by Bev. J. C. NeL
Yea, Calvin'a dead body now sleeps
Bat his spirit has gone to if Heavenly
Pox he told his dear mother while yet hi
To weep not for him for he soon would
So farewell, then, ior a while my dear
Your troubles are over, your race it is ran,
And thy spirit shall rest in that sweet
Till Jesas shall come and thy body shall
For death shall be conquered, and thy
body made free,
And in Heaver, with Jesas and angels
And with the redeemed thy treasure to
While praising thy Savior who led theei
sare to re.
J. C. N.
The Trichina Spiralis or Pork
Perhaps it is not generally
known that the much talked of
trichina spiralis, or pork worm,
was first discovered in America
by Dr. R. C. Kendall, of Phila
delphia, Pa., with that American
instrument known as the Craig
Microscope, costing only $2 75.
after repeated failures to disco v
er the worm with an imported
microscope, costing (55, "of feeb
ler power and less reliable." This
fact Dr. Kendall stands ready to
prove at any time. The "Craig"
Microscope in neat box with full
direction is mailed anywhere for
$2.75, by E. II. Ross. 318 Locust
St., St. Louis, Mo. Bead adver
tisement in this paper. june9.3 .
Bev. Daniel Wise, D. D., editor
of the ew York Sunday School
Advocate, thus speaks of the cel
ebrated Craig Microscope :
" Its simplicity, cheapness and
great magnifying power struck
me with surprise. Then I was
examining a fly's eye by its aid,
and was struck with wonder
at the skill and power of the Cre
ator which is displayed in Ub
structure. When t sar a state
ment in an advertisement that
the Craig Microscope magnified
one hundred diameters, and could
be bought for $2.75, I thought it
was one of the humbugs of the
hour, for I had paid $20 for a
microscope not long before. But
now I find it to be a really valu
able instrument, which I should
like to see introduced iuto the
families of our readers in the
place of manifold useless toys
which pleas for an hour, and is
then destroyed. This microscope
would both amuso and instruct
them and I advise every boy and
girl who wishes to know the
wonders which lie in little things
to save his mooey until he has
$2.75, which w 11 pay for the mic
roscope and the postage when
sent by mail."
As a holiday gift this micro
scope is unsurpassed, being orna
mental instructive, amusing and
cheap, and never losses its inter
est. Agents and dealers suppli
ed on liberal terms. A sample
will he mailed, post paid, to any
address for $2.75, by E. H. Boa?,
818 Locust st., St, Lou is, Mo
Read the advertisement in this
Be sore yon read the advertise
merit "Ccremtet Work or
the JMge," in this paper, j 9.8m
STUDY YOUR INTERESTS
and read the advetisement
" Greatest Work of the
in this paper. jnne9.3ro
Fresh Egga and Yellow Batter
can always be bad. Head tbe
the advertisement ''Greatest
Work of the age," in this
How many housewives are
there who have experineed the
difficulty of obtaining good vin
egar. Head the advertisement
ot W. II. Bishop in this paper.
Good wholesome Vinegar.
Any one can make it: See ad
vertisement of W. H. Bishop, in
this paper. jane9.3m
A SCIETIFIC W NDER.
The Craig Microscope adapted
to popular and scientific as.
Read advertisement. Price $2.75.
Teachers wauted for all the de
partments of the Public Schools
in Winchester, Preble County,
Ohio Principal, Intermediate
and Primary. Applications will
be received to July 4th 1870.
Address James 8ayler,
'I want 2 m, ,U" as the
printer said when he saw a dol
To Save Ice. To make a lit
tle Ice last a long time, get
double pocket of strong woolen
clotb; have a space of two inches
or so between the inner and out
er pockets, and pack tbis space
full as possible with feathers;
r . i . i i ufsrsrV- a
nens learners wilt uo. with
pocket thus constructed and kept
Closely tied at the mouth, a fe
pounds of ice may be kept a week.
Ae ice will be pretty scarce and
I dear this summer this know
edge may prove important.
Having Returned From
1869. 18TO- 1999. 18 70.
ALPACA8, 50 25 GINGHAMS, 35 25
75 50 " 40 30
1,00 75 50 37
LAWNS, 25 15 PRINTS, ; 10 6
38 20 M 15 12
ARMURES, 33 20 ORG AND AS, 50 35
35 25 Japanees Silk Patternsl8,00 18,00
SPRING DELAINE830 80 GLOVES, 50 25
SH ALLIES, 25 12 HOSE, 25 12
M 35 25 50 85!
A TUT TXT
OF HATS, CAPS,
jiVX EVlSRYTHINe KEPT I TV A. COUNTRY STORE.
Call in at No. 3, Commercial Block
THE REDUCTION EN PRICES
A TVriTPTO W
New York with a very
AT THE FOLLOWING
TABLE LINENS, 75
" - 1,00
BED SPREADS, 2,26
BOOTS. & SHOES:
LINEN Uatok bofs, 26 10
HO WARD SANITARY AID
For the "Belief sad Care of ihe Erring
and Unfortunate, on Prindiples of
Essays on the Errors of Youth
and the s of Age. in relation to
Marriae Social ISvils with sanitary
aid for the afflicted. Sent.free. in eeal-
ed Envelopes Addressg HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, Box P. Philadelphia,
AttKItTS WAJfrSW for our
Edited by Geo. E Warinr, Jr, the well
known agricultural writer and engineer.
Contains over 6,000 octavo paces, and
oii ;nnatHtinn, A Honk n f enltd worth
aad practical utility for workingmen of
ever traae ana ocoupmros.
&"Price low to sail we times, torn
issions the most liberal, aad sales rap
id. Send for circnlar and full particulars
ijj.o.o R W aw a man A Co.. Publish
fUU - -
ers of First-Cllass Subscription Books;
177 West jtJourtn street vincinaau.
P. S. Also wanted Agents for oar
R ., . Pimp Raaz. Dr. Nanheva' "Phy
sical Life of Woman," the price of which
v no A m
1 SjZ OU a7 isw
Absolute Divorces lerally obtain
ed in New-York, Indiana, Illinois and
other States, for persons rrom any otate
or Counti y, legal everywhere, desertion,
1.ntilr.nnpHS nnn-au nnor t. etc.. Sufficient
cause, no publicity; no iharge nntil di
vorce obtlned. Advice free. Business
established fifteen years.
Address, -M. nvjuo-, aworaej,
Mo 78 Fassau Street, New York City
April 21, 1870. mos. 3:
and all others wanting Plows are diree
ed to the above shop where we manu
facture Plow adopted to both Sod aad
Fallow ground. Uall ana
a', oar stock of Plows, before purchas
ing elsewhere, as we have proven our
Plow better constructed for LIGHT
NESS OF DRAFT, Neatness of Work
than any other Plow in tne market.
We are also manufacturing one horse
nlows. Shovel Plows c. Plow repair
ing of all kinds done. Shop ns-r Depot
Eaton, Ohio, s. ttKUWK.
Eaton, February 10, 1860 tl.
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 rales and prescriptions for the
cure of weakness and lost manhood, by
one who has been permanently cared.
Send stand and address
Broadway, opposite Astor Place, N. Y
Manhood: How Lost Hew
Just published, a new edi
tion if Dr. Culver weir s
Celebrated Essay on the
radical cure (without medi
cine) Of SrnRMATORRHOJA, Or
nominal Weakness, Invo.nntary seminal
Losses, Impotency, Mental ana Physical
'"-1 , - ' --B"!
etc. ; also, Consumption, Epilepsy, and
iiu, maucea OJ sell lncJulgauce or sexu
aaPrice, in a sealed envelope, only 6
The celebrated author, in this admira
ble escay, clearly demonstrates from i
thirty years' successful practice, that tbe
alarming consequences of self-abuse may
be radically cored without the dangerous
ase of internal medicine or the applica
tion of the knife: pointing out a mode of
cure at once simr-le, certain, and effec
tual, by means of which ever; sufferer, no
matter what his condition may be, may
cure bimseit cheaply, privately, and rod
Ms? This Lecture shonld be in tbe
hands of every youth and every man in
Sent, under seal, ia a plain envelope.
to any address, postpaid, on receipt of
sis cents, or two post stamns. Also.
Sr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide," price
zo cents. Add i ess the Publishers,
CHAS. J. C KulNE & CO.,
187 Bowery, N. Y., P. O. Box 4,586.
Nov 25, 1869 yl
JJEW gLACKSMITH gHOP.
NOTICE TO Alt XV CREATION.
Tbe nndersigneo has just opened a
A FIRST CLASS BLACKSMITH
Shop on Decator and Beech St. Eaton,
Ohio just above the Brewery.
Horse-Shoeing, Plows, Harrows,
Wagons, Edged Tools, tc.
made New or repaired. Also Double
linked Chains repaired or made. Bring
on your Work, SatUfaotion Warranted.
January. Vt, lSIO-yrl.
CQ - O
Ex parte, A. P. J Johnson 1 PreMeConn-
& other citizens of New V ty Court of
Paris O., and vicinity. j Com. Pleas.
"Joticc is hereby given to all persons
JJl interested, tuat A brain P. Johnson
of New Paris Preble county Ohio, did
on the 22d day of April, lrfTO, file his pe
tition on behalf cf himself and ill oth-
era interested in the Court of Common
Pleas within and for tbe comty of Pre
ble in said State of Ohio, setting forth
that on tbe 4th day of January 1840
James Cochran and Eliza J. Oocbran, '
his wife, conveyed by deed Lot number
At : u - , . r v- r - ta uj
x iu iuc tvwu ti i.w ram, s re Die
county, Ohio, to certain Trcstees there-
in named and-4heir successors in office,
and to the citizens of New Paris and vi-
ci nity thereof forever upon the condition
that said Real Estata was to be express -
ly used for no other purpose whatever
That said Trustees to whom said Lot
was tnus conveyed, nave long since cess-
ea to periorm ssia trust. mat ior me
safety of said property so conveyed as
wurnaiu, sou mr me uun execution 01
saia trnsi, acting trustees are required.
That the instrument creating said trust
fails to make provision for the election
of the successors of the Trustees named
in said deed. And praying that the
Court will appoint roar suitable and
proper persons resident of the town of
New Paris and vicinity, trustees to act
as successros of the original trus
tee: named iu said trust deed with the
emu brnsv, aviiuiE uuiwvi are required,
full powerand authority to take charge of
said trust property and tally discharge
all the duties of said trust.
Attorneys for Petitioner.
April 28, 1870. w6 prf.$13.50.
John C. Bokkp.
I Jobs Haldebjixn
associated as partners
in the Oroeerv Business, would infona
the public that they hare -now on band a
good supply ol
First Glass Groceries such as
Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses,
Spices. Candies, Soap, Tobacco
& Cigars, Butter, Cheese,
Lard A Eggs; TLOUR
MEAL. Dried Fruits,
Dried Beef, Tabs,
Baskets, fec, Ac.
Sa This firm have the exclusive
Agency m baton, for the sale of the
CHAMFUN REAPER; and the im
proved Dayton Snlkv Horse Rake.
April 21, 1870 mos. 6.
JVjE w shop.
The undersigned having pat. up a New
Shoo opposite Robinson, Chambers JtCo's
Machine Shop, on the corner of Maple
A- High Strets, is now prepared to do
All Minds Heparin
IRON OR WOODWORK
on short notice, having had years of
practical experience, he flatters himself
that h can giro Satisfaction to all who
may favor him with their patronage.
Special attention given to
Plow & Wagon Work
Horse -Shoein g
JOS, F. BONAKKR.
Eaton sep 3,68 tf.
LEGAL NOTICE. Aew Aveertisdments.
incorporated. Web. s: 3n8
Cash Surplus, Sept.
Losses Paid orer
Insures farm Property Only.
EXPENSES LESS, in proportion to a
mount of business than anv other Com
pany doing business in Ohio, aad for
r J w . .. v., mmm
tn' reason its rates are lower than
of any other Company,
Without any Further Liability.
Has been in successful psillsa
over twenty year,, and by reason
cf its low rates, fair dealing, aad
pr0mpt settlement of losses, has beceare-
the most popular Company in Ihe States
among the Farmers. In case o
this Company pays the full value of proK
erty destroyed by
Fire or WAfhtnimg
up to the aroouni ins-red. For laaa
aaee or further information apply to
fir. JL9. WtOIsJtWEX, JKt.
ForPrebU Jkpart mMontaom'rfO
ADDES88, Oratls, Preble
.Nov nth, 186,yrl.
VINE YARDS, NEW JfcRSET.
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE!
JFOfJM WJEJtMS W,D.
f I1UIS justly celebrated native Wine is
JL made from thejuico of the Oportive
Orape, raised ia thu country. Its valu
Tonic aad Strenftheafof Properties'
are unsurpassed bs any other native Wine
Bei g the pure juice of the grape, pn
ed nnder Mr. Speer's own personal sun-
ervisiod, Its purity and genuineness are
guaranteed, lbe youngest child asay
partake of its generous qualities, and the
weakest invalid may use it adrra ge.
It is particularly beneCeial to taw aged1
and debilitated, aad is suited to the var
ious ailments that aftf.ct the weaker sex.
It is, in every respect, A WINS TO BK
INVAUDS ITSE SPEEK S PORT
FEMALES TJSXrsHKKBrS POST
WKAKXY PERSONS FIND A
BENEFIT BY ITS USB.
Speer's Wines iu Bospiatls are prefea
rod toother winee.
Sold by Druggists generally .who afso
sell Speer's Standard "Wine Bi iters.
Trade supplied by all wt olesale Dealers.
See that the Signature of Alfred Speer,
Passiac N. J., is orer the cork of eaeb
A SPEER'S Vineyard, New Jersey.
Office, No 243 Broadway, New York.
For Sale by J. P. BB00K1N84 8ON
ir Eaton. Ohio
job v. cAMmsix. jam. a. otuioaa
CAMPBELL k GLLMORE,
(Successors to Gilmore h Campbell,)
A.TT0RNEYS at LAW.
NOTARltn PUBLIC. LAITD AND
Gov't Claim Agents.
Gffiox at the old stand, on Barron
Jan. 1 ltttfeyl.