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TOWN AND COUNTRY!
Vhis Column xcttl henceforth be
voted to Notiesa of ike business
foelty and enterprise of tAf town
hatow, and Veunty. All the
formation it contains will be
Tfully written and con be re
U uvon loith a view to
ting correct ideas as to what is
ing on in this business locaiu
tour All items ot iwferMTTOTwr
Wtc will be thankfully vecitvtd
- r i ii
Rev. T. S. Guthrib, will preaoU
Ithe Christian Cbspel, on the
ter of Baron ai.d SomeiB
efrs on Sunday next at 8i
lock, P. M. Also at 7 o'clock
All are Invited.
[...] WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION.
jVill meet at the Co'i-t House,
urday uext, Luue 25tli at
o'clock Mr. Dr. Woody
taident, will addre8 the meet-
, and answer the commuui
ion in the Register scleral
;ka ago, entitled: "Woman's
:ht3 and Wonmn'b Ronga" and
ir the signature of Old Fogy,''
lien by the way is the most
iropriate name bo could have
nd, had be searched Webtr
roughly. He sorely lived '.m
dark ages and like Rip Van
inkle, tl pt until the present
I Mrrs. II. E. Tutfle, will
a address the meeting. Subs
t Sixteenth Amendment.
e association cordially in ite
y body, both for and against
sman's Suffrage, to be present
vill be glad to bear any argu
nts from the opposite side.
L'hosc of oar readers who ro
e in the country will find it
latly to their advantage to
k over the column of the
em ocr at before starting to town
ido their trading. By this
acs they will readily ascertain
ere the cheapest and best
rgains 3a be obtained. Busi
es men who pave, first class
ods for sale, always advcrti?e
m rally. tf.
W liuve as vet. beard ot no
t s br-ing taken toward com-r-hiOTM'Ing
this our great ua
u a 1 holiday. Uudical papers
I the com try rna.lo a terrible
wl over decoration day,''
irfnl that the Grand Army of
tfical?, with John A. Logan at
feir head w ould lose a portion
It heir foothold upon the ere
fity of a large number of so
Eled American freemen, but
ie of them seem to care wl.eth
the anuiver-ery of the mem
able day npo: which the glor-
S QeCiaration 01 American
edom waa.ptomnlgated, is he
rn in olv observed or not. We
peal to the ci izciia oi Ftqua
ether or n ot it would bo best
ignore the time honored fes
r ties, or once more celebrate
e day which was once so veci-
ated with oust ornery and be-
ming paetimes? Won't some
rbo are iuterestud in preserving
nd upholding the common usa-
es of oor once glorious and
rosperous country take the
atter in hand, and let all have
glorious day in some quiet nook
way from the every day cares
f life? Eaton is big enongo to
.fiord recreatio : and amusement
pent to all its inhabitants, and
set almost every year, of late, the
greater portion of those who
j.ove real enjoyment are persuad
ed to seek it elsewhere. By a
yery little effort it eat) be ar-
: ranged so that none need worry
' and sweat through a hard day's
travel to find a littje pleasure,
but all can adjourn to some coo
retreat near the city, anrt enjoy
fthemselves to their heart's con-
Itent. Who will move in the
Jmatter? The time is short and
I what is done must be doue quick
for Tho Great American Tea
Company. All the different
I qualities of Teas kept constantly
i on band.
I The Eaton Cornet Band
treated tbe Eatooians a deligbt-
. tui serenade from the Court
House steps on Monday-evening
WEDi5lKCT GA BOS Elegantly
gotten up Wedding Cards are fur
jpianed promptly at this Office.
Tuiuklng that sun,.- ot our
readers would bo interested iu
knowing just how much poison
is cootained in every ounce of
'Uair Tonic," "Washes," &c,
wo publish tho analysis of Pro-
feaaor 0. F. Cbaudler, Ph. 1).
Chemist to tbe Metropolitan
Board of Health:
fCireas an Hair R-jnvinator . . . .2 71 at
Rings Vegetable Hair Kest r . . .5 00 gr.
Ayers' Hair Vigor 2 80 gr.
Mrs. Aliens World's Hair Res. 5.75 rr-
Ball's Veg. Sic. Hair Res. .... 7. 13 gr.
In proportion to the amount
of Lea a iu each preparation are
the above compounds danger
ous and injurious to persons us
LOTIONS FOR THE COMPLBXION.
Perry's Moth and Freckle Lotion
ia composed ot mercury and
zinc equivalent to corrosive
Sublimate 3.16 gr. and Sulph.
zinc 4 zo.
ENAMELS FOR THE SKIN.
Fhalon'a Snow while EnamM 146 28 er.
ot Lead; Pb tlon's Oriental Cream 190.
These enamels are very cer
tain to produce disastrous results
to all who habitually use them.
Tbe 24th ot June is Mi. I
summer's Day. Xf. is also culled
St. John's Iiy, being held iu
commemoration of tho nativity
of John the Baptist. The 29th
is St. Peter V, and is kept with
great pomp at Rome, being a
high festival of the Church.
The Grand Duchess jackets,
made- of crimson cloth, and set
oil' with gilt buttons, are
fashionable for breakfast
house w ear, and are very becom
iug to brunettes.
One day this week a little son
of William Ackermau, while
crossing over the seven mile
bridge below Brace's Grist Mill
a board gave way and the little
fellow fell into the water, receiv
ing several rough bruises.
In fact so severe that a physician
An Undeniable Fact.
When a man gets a few dol
lars worth of goods, puts them
in a rocm, and sits down by the
sile of them waiting for custo
mers, he follows pretty closely
the tyle of some of our mer-
chants for past years. He don't
advertise; he don't Send out cir
cularshe merely waits. Now,
if a t-uattwacr comes he must pay
u large price lor what he gets,
because the saKs ere few, and
he tradesman must live out of
his profits. The goods get old
and customers always loose mon
ey by dealing with men who do
the mud road, slow coach busi
ness. Consult our advertising
columns if you desire to know
who the live merchants are at
' bis day-
' Da. Defer treats all forms
ot Chronic Diseases. Office in
Odd Fellows building. wl
Hearth & Hoke tor this
week, (daieJ June 25th) contains
the first of a series of sketches
en 'it led Jethro Troop's Wight
Thoughts, by John Thomas, who
is none other than Petroleum V.
Nasby. The great humorist will
take an honest country boy to
he city, conduct him through
the usual experience, and restore
him to his home a sadder and
wiser boy, satisfied that the
peaceful, honest, and temperate
life of the farmer is the best and
safest life that can be lived. This
is a lesson greatly needed at this
time, aoe Nasby is the man to
Having been appointed the
Agent of the Richmond Woolen
Mills tor the sale of all kinds of
woolen Goods in their line Buch
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
of your Wool.
M. F. STEPHENS.
May 12, 1870 w8.
The Union Pacific Kailroad
Company are employing China
men for section work, west of
Cheyenne, at which there is
much indignation, and some
threats expressed by tbe displac
No woman is obliged to be
older than she really is when tbe
census taker culls for her age.
The Triohina Spiralis or Pork
Perhaps it is not generally
known that the much talked of
trichina spiralis, or pork worm,
wail first discovered iu America
by Dr. H- O. Kendall, of Phila
delphia, Pa., with that American
instrument known as the Craig
Microscope, costing only $2 75,
after repeated failures to discov
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 . II. Boss 313 Locust
st., St. Louid, Mo. Read adver
tisement in this paper. june9.3; .
I Won fieri nl Microscope.
Rev. 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 its
structure. When j sbt a state
ment in an advertisement that
tbe 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
microECope not long before. Pu
now I find it to he a really valu
able instrument, which I should
like to seo introduced into the
families of oar readers iu 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 iu little things
to suve his money until he has
$2.75, which w 11 pay for the mic
roscope and the postage wbeu
beut 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 suonli-
ed on liberal terms. A sar.iple
will be mailed, post paid, to any
address for $2 75, by E. H. Ros,
313 Locust st , St, Louis, Mo.
Read the advertisement in this
Be sure you read the advertise
me nt "Greatest Work of
the mMfe," in this paper, j 9. 3m
ST DDY YOUrTnTERESTS
and read tbe advetisement
rcti test Work of the
in this paper. june9.3m
Fresh Eggs and Yellow Bu'ter
can alway? be had. Read the
the advertisement iirremtet
Work of the age," in this
How many housewives are
there who have experinced the
difficulty of ODtaining good vin
egar. Read the advertisement
ot W. U. Bishop in this paper.
Good wholesome Vinegar.
Any one can make it: See ad
vertisement of W. H. Bishop, in
this paper. jUne9.3m
A SCIETIFIC W NDER.
The Ckaig Microscope adapted
to popular and scientific us.
Read advertisement. Price $2.75.
Teachers wauted for all tbe de
partments of tbe Public Schools
in Winchester, Preble County,
Ohio Principal, Intermediate
and Primary. Applications will
be received to July 4th 1870.
"I want 2 m, - .O" as the
printer said when be saw a dollar.
To Savb Ice. To make a lit
tle Ice last a long time, get a
double pockat of strong woolen
cloth; have a space of two inches
or so between the inner and out
er pockets, and pack this space
full as possible with feathers;
hen's feathers will do. With a
pocket thus constructed and kept
closely tied at the mouth, a few
pounds ofice may bekepta week.
As ice win De preuy scarce and
dear this summer thia knowl
edge may prove important.
Haying Returned From
189. 1870-, 18SO. 1S70.I
ALPACAS, 50 25GINGUAMS, 85 25,
75 50 " 40 30(
" 1,00 751 " 50 37!
LAWNS, 25 15 PRINTS, 10 6!
83 20 " 15 12J !
ARMURES, 83 20ORGANDAS, 60 35;
85 25jJapanees Silk Pattcrnsl8,00 -13,00
SPRING DELAINES30 80. GLOVES, 50 25
SH ALLIES, 25 12,!H08E, 25 12J;
35 25j " 50 351
AND IN ADDITION A FULL STOCK
OF HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, & SHOES;
4PB EVERYTHING KEPT I IV A. COUNTRY STORE
Call in at No. 3 Commercial Block
EiTODSr OHIO- 9
M, f snpnunL
THE REDUCTION EN PRICES
AT THE FOLLOWING
TABLE LIN EMS, 75
BED SPREADS, 2,25
" " 4,00
with a very
LINEN IIandk tiCFS, 25
6,00 " "
HOWARD SANITARY AID
For the'Reltof and Cure of ihe Erring
and Unfortunate, on Principles of
Essays on the Errors of Youth
and the a of Age. in relation to
Marriae Social ftvils with sanitary
aid for the afflicted. Sent.free. in eeU
Envelope Addreasg HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, .Box P. Philadelphia,
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Edited by Geo. E Warinr, Jr , the well-
known agn-'Ultorai writer ana engineer.
Contains over 6,000 octavo pages, and
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Address, E- Havkafokd & Co., Publish
rs of First Ci.i.ass Subscription Bocks;
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p. S. Also wanted Agents for oar
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Life of Woman, " the price of which
$2 00. May 26, 4t
Absolute Divorces leeally obtain
in New-York, Indiana, Illinois and
other States, for persons from any state
Pnnntif leva! everv where, desertion.
drunkenness, non-support, etc., sufficient
cause, no publicity; no charge until di
vorce obtained. Advice free. .Business
established fifteen years.
Address, JHL. nuust, aiiorney.
No 78 Fassau Street, New York Citv
April 21, 1870 moa. 3:
and all others wanting Plews aredirec
ed to the above shop where we manu
facture Plows adopted to both Sod and
Fallow ground. Call and
our stock of Plows, before purchas
ing elsewhere, as we have proven our
Plow better constraacted for LIGHT
NESS OF DRAFT, Neatness ot Work
than any other Plow in tne market.
We are also manufacturing one horse
nlowa. Shovel Plows Ate. Plow rerjair-
ing of all kinds done. Shop ne r Depot
Katon. Ohio, tjr. S. BKUWttK.
Eaton, February 10, 1860 tt.
bent free m a sealed envelope my val-
uable lecture on the Errors of Youth de-
signed as a warning and caution to young'
. . . . i
men wun ruies ana prescriptions tor tne
cure of weakness and lost manhood, by
one who has been permanently cured.
Send Jtand and address
Broadway, opposite Aator Place, N. Y
Manhood: How Lost. How
Just published, a new edi
tion . f Dr Colverwell'i
Celebrated Essay on the
radical cure (without medi
cine) of SPfcR v ATOIt uho: k, or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal
Losses. Impotency, Mental and Physical
Incapacity, Impediment) to Marriago,
etc. ; alto, Consumption, Epilepsy, and
Fits, induced by sell-indulgence or sexu
frice, in a sealed envelope, only
The celebrated author, in this admira
ble essay, clearly demonstrates from a
thirty years' successful practice, that ihe
alarming consequences of self-abuse mav
be radically cured without the daugprous
use of internal medicine or the applica
tion of the knife: pointing out a mode uf
cure at once simple, certain, aDd eff. c
tual. by means of which every sufferer, no
matter what his condition may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately, and rod
ItsST This Lecture should be in the
bands ol every youth and every man in
Sent, nuder seal, i? a plain envelope,
to any address, postpaid, on receipt of
sis cents, or two post stamps. Also,
Sr. Cul vet-well's "Marriage Guide," price
2.3 cents Address the Publishers.
127 Bowery. S". Y , P. O. Box 4.586.
Nov 25, 8ty yl
JJEW gLACKSMITH g
KOTICB TO ALL CREATION.
The undersieneo has just opened a
A FIRST CLASS BLACKSMITH
Shop on Decator and Beech Sts. EatoD,
Ohio just above tbe Brewery.
Horse-Shoeing, Plows, Harrows,
Tir cj j m i t '
Wagons, Judged I ools, Ac.
made New or repaired. Also Double
Linked Chains repaired or made. Bring
on your Work, SatUfaotion Warranted.
January, 27, 1870-yrl.
Exparte, A. P. J Johnson ) Preble Coun
& other citizens ofNewty Court of
Paris O., and viciniu. ) Com. Pleas.
"Vf otic-C is hereby given to all persons
LI interested, tiint Ahram P. Johnson
of New Paris Preble c&unty Ohio, did
on the 22d day of April, 1870, file his pe
tition on hehalf cf himfcelf and Ol oth
ers interested in the Court of Common
P'eas within und for the coitity of Pre
ble in said State of Ohio, setting lorth
that on tbe 4th day of Januarv 1840
James Cochran and Eliza
his wife, conveyed by deed Lot number
41 in the town of New Paris, PrebU
county. Ohio, to certain Trustees there
in named and their successors in office,
and to tbe cit izens of New Paris and vi
cinity thereof forever upon tbe condition
that said Real Batata was to be express
ly used for no other purpose whatever
That said Trustees to whom said Lot
was thus conveyed, have long sines ceas
ed to perform said trust
Tl. . i .1 -
of said nronertv so rnnroroil a
iiiai lur L
t . j . . t. i .
aforesaid, and for the due execution of
said trust, acting trustees are required.
That the instrument creating said trust
fails to make provision for the election j
the snecessors of the Trustees named j
in said deed. And praying that the
Court will appoint four suitable and
cwpw i eun. icaiucub ui iuf towi: ui
New Paris and vicinity, trustees to act
as iuccessros of the original trus
teec named in said trust deed with the
full powerand authority to take chargu of
said trnst property and fully discharge
an tne autienot said trust.
CAMPBELL & OI LMORE J. H FOOS,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
April 28, 1870. w6 prf.$13.50.
John C. Bum-. p.
I R M.
BONER & HOLDERMAN,
Having recently associated as partners
in tbe Groceiy Business, would Inform
the public that they have now on hand a
good supply ot
First Class GroefirifiR s.irh a
Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Molassea.
Spices, Candies, Soap, Tobacco
& Cigars, Butter. Cheese,
Lard & Eggs; FLOUR &
MEAL. Dried Fruita,
Dried Beef, Tub,
Baskets, &c, &c.
This firm have the Cxclnsive
Agi ncy in Eaton, for the sale of the
CHAMPUN REAPER; nd the im
proved Dayton Sulkv Horse Rake.
April 21, 1870 mos. 6.
YF If SHOg'.
The undersigned having put np a New
Shop opposite Robinson, Chambers tCo's
Machine Shop, on the corner of Mi. pie
& Higb Sirets, is now prepared to do
.IU Minds Reparing
ou short notice, having had years of
practical experience, he flatters hims If
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. BOXAKER.
L'atou sep. 3,08 tf.
--p, i uiuina. ii case ot jor.
safety u: - .. , ,. " "
"" -ou'pany pays me iu value ol prop-
erty destroyed by P
I Fife or W 4n-H
1 . .. Mjtghtnttg,
np to , am oa.mr ln-r.e- For Insur
of r further 'nf""t'on apply to
Mf. tWOWjJfEJES, .tg'f.
Ohio J abmek
Insurance Company! f
LEROY MEDINA CO. 0.
Incorporated Feb. S, 48,
Cash Surplus, Sept.
29, 1869 $251,826 89
Leases Paid oyer - - - 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
of any other Company,
Without any Further Liability,
nas oeen in successlul
over twenty years, and by reason
of hs low ratts, fair dealing, and
prompt settlement of losses, has become
the most popu'ar Company ia the States
umitncr iu l n . r. I ,
among ine farmers. In
ADDRESS, Gratia, Preble Co., O
.nci inn, loou.rrl.
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE!
FOUR ' F.IRS OJLMf.
fHHIS justly celebrated native Wineia
X made from tbejnico of tbe Oportive
Grape, raised in thu country. Its valiv
Tonic and Strenethenii e P
are ansurpaased bsady other native Win
Rei g he pure juice of the rrape. nro-
ec: under Mr. Spcer's own personal sup
ervisiod, lit parity and genuineress are
guaranteed. The youngest child mav
partake of its generous qualities, and the
inyniiu may use it to advan rija;
It is particularly beni ficial to the aged
and debilitated, and i. suited to ibe var
ious aliments mat uttl.ct the weaker
It is, in every respect, A WINE TO
INVALIDS USESPEKR S PORT
FEMALES USE SHEER 8 PORT
WEAKLY PERSONS FIND A
BENEFI T BY ITS USE.
Speer's Wines in i.'onpitals are prefer
red to other wines.
Rold by Druggists generally, who also
sell Speer's Standard Wine Bitters.
Trade supplied by all wl olesale Dealers.
See that the Signature of Alfred Speer,
Passiac N. J., is over tbe cork of each
A. SPEER'S Vineyard, New Jersey.
Office, N 243 Broadway, New York
For Sale by J. P. BROOK INS A SON
l-1.r Eaton. Ohio
JO UK V CAHPaEI.L. JAM. A. G1I.MOBR
CAMPBELL & GILMORE,
(Successors to Gilmore k Campbell,)
ATTORNEYS at LAW.
NOTARIES PUBLIC, LAND AND
Gov't Claim Agents.
Offio-" at the old stand, on Barron bkrccV
Jan. 1 I860, yl.