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The talon Weekly Democrat'
EDITED BY A COMMITTEE,
Eaton, Thursday, June 30, 1870
ISSUES BEFORE THE
A White Citizenship, Free Trade
Repudiation of the BondedBebt,
Abolishment of the Income Tax,
Restoration undei the Old Con
stitution and no compromises
with the destructive andlnfamous
policy of a centralized despotism.
Democratic State Ticket.
For Secretary of State,
Of Cuyahoga County.
For Supreme Judge,
Hox.RIGHARD A. HARRISON
Of Madison Couuty. .
For Comptroller of the Treasury,
JOHN A. HEATON.
Of Belmor.t County.
For Member of Board of PubUc Works,
Col. WILLIAM SPENCER,
Of Licking County.
'Jhere is a general paraly
sis of trade throughout the West
ern and Southern States, and a
cry for relief from every quarter
of the" country. But regardless
of the prostration of busiuess,
serene in the knowledge that
bondholders afe fattening on the
misfortunes of tho people, the
Representatives of the monopo
lists in Congress refuse to aid
in giving that relief which the
people so earnestly demand.
What is the cause of this dis
tress which pervades the land?
Whv this paralysis of trade? It
is because the legislation of Con
gress for years past has been and
is now solely in the interest of
bondholders and negroes. Ohio
S&A dispatch to a Radical
paper in New York city says:
"The negroes in Oregon voted
unmolested. Democratic major
ity is 1,800."
Quite encouraging for Democ
Something That Everybody
Waxes A copy of the Ameri
can Stock Journal. The June
number contains the usual vari
ety of valuable information, writ
ten by' the beat arnfr Tuoatpractic
al writers in the country. If our
ytfFBicry would pay moratten
tion to the breeding and raising
nf 1 mnrovpd Stock WPi
hear less complaint about $frdj
times and low prices of grain.
We therefore urge aHjtofend tor
airee specimen dfcpy, or 50 cents
for the balance of tu&fear.
AddieBs N.P. BOCTP, & CO.,
Publishers, ParkersWlrg, Pa.
We hawe received a copy
the Newspaper Directory published
by Geo. P. Rowelff & Co.,
of New York, containing a com
plete and accurrte list of all the
dailies and weeklies published
fn the CLnited States and British
Prwinces. Bound up with this
volume is a Rate-Book, giving
the cost of advertising in most
of the principle newspapers
the United States. There is al
so some agreeable reading in the
shape of biographies of well
knewa advertisers. The whole
farms a large octavo volume
nearly nine hundred pages, and
is sulci for tivo dollars.
"Radical revenue officials,
East, West and South, are impli
cated in frauds upon the Goverrv
ment amounting to more than
five millions. New Orleans sup
plies the particulars of one series
of frauds amounting to $2,000,000,
and New York those of another
of $1,000,000 or more. These
unfaithful and rascally officers
were appointed by General Grant
on the "truly loll" principle, and
while they support his Adminis
tration they may"steal as much
as they please. Loyalty before
honesty is the new motto. Ohio
This Microscope is simplified
and adapted to popular as well
as scientific use. A new optical
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es no focal adjustment, and there
fore can be readily used by every
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munity, and should be on the
table of every Practioner. Read
adverisornent in this paper.
AND REGULATIONS OF THE
NINETEENTH ANNUAL FAIR
Preble County Agricultural Society,
AT EATON, OHIO,
On Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. &
Friday, 27th, 28th, 29th, and 30th
of September, 1870.
HORSES for Light Harness,
Stallions 4 vesrs old anil over.
8 00 $4.00
do 3 do do unaer
do ? do do do
Wares 4 do do over
do 3 do do unler
do 2 do do do
Geldings 4 do do over
do 3 do do under
do 2 do do do
HORSES for Heavy Draft.
4 00 2 00
4 years old and over
HORSES for General Purposes.
Stallions 4 years old and over
do 3 do do unoer i
do 2 do do do 3
do 1 do do do 2
Spring Horse Colts
Mares 4 years oia anu over
do 3 do do under 4
do 2 do do do 3
do 1 do do do 2
Soring Mare Colts
Geldings 4 years old and over
do J do oo uuuer
do 2 do do do 3
Best 5 Spring Colts from one Stallion
on exhibition S.00
Not required that the colts shou d be
long to one person.
Best 10 Colts from one Stallion on ex
hibition 15 00
In this class stallions, mares or gel
dings of any age may show.
Best and best trained buggv horse or
mare 8 00
Best and best pair matched horses
owned by person exhibiting same 10 00
Best & be.-1 pair matched mares own
ed by person exhibiting same 8 00
Best pair of carriage horses or mares 8 00
Class 6. '
Best saddle horse or mare 8 00
Best gentleman's driving mare or gel
ding open for general competi
tion to all horses which have not
beat 3 minutes. 10 00
Note Speed and style will be the
teat in the above class.
Trained horses in harness. Entries
confined to the county. Fastest
trotting stallion, niu or gelding 10 00
Fastest pacing stallion, mare or geld
Horses for Speed.
Open for general competition,
astest trotting stallion, mare or gel
ding one mile beat. 2 best in o, 6
entries, 2 to go, time 3 minutes. 35 00
Fastest pacing stallion, mare or gel
dingone mile heats. 2 best in 3, 3
- . n w n .1 c r. An
entries, m to go, time a m . amw. j w
Fastest trotting double team. 00
Sweepstakes on Horses.
Best Stallion of any age 15 00
An Mara. do do 12 00
do Gelding do do I3 00
Best Brood Hare foal by ber side 6 00
JACKS & MULES.
Best Jak 3 years old and over
do do 2
do under 3
do do 1
Best Jennet 3
do do 2
do do 1
Best Mule 3
do do 2
do do 2
do under 3
do do 2
d" under 3
do do 1
do do 2
Beat Spring Mule Colt
Best Bull 2 years old and over
do Cow 2 do do
Best Bull 3 years old and Over "
do do do ao unaer o
An rln 1 do do do 2
do do Calf over 6 months and un
der 1 year
do Bull Calf under 6 months old
Sir-Cows same as bulls.
Native and Mixed Breed.
Best Bull 3 years old and over .
do do Sjaflo do under J
do dd-JP do do
JCrCows same as bulls.
Ra.t Fatted Steer 4 years and over
do do do 3 do do under 4
do do do under 3 years
9-Best faUed cows same as steers.
Raat MiichCow 8 00
air-Amplications for Dremiums on milch cows
must furnish a written statement that a trial was
made for three consecutive days, tne montn
msde in, the age and breed oi 'ne cow, ana me
time of calving, the kind of food used during
the trial, and the amount of butter made therefrom.
The cow to be exhibited at the fair.
Best Boll of sny age 10 00
do Cow do do 8 00
Display or Stock Cattle.
Best herd of steck cattle not less
than 5 10 00
do do of heifers not less than 5 6 00
Satisfactory proof, in case of doubt, will be
required of the age and Diooa or. tne animal.
All cattle exhibited most be haltered.
Best Buck 2 years old and over
do do 1 year old and onder 2
do do Lamb under I year
ICJ-Kwes same as Bucks.
Best Buck 2 years old and over
do do 1 year old and under 2
do do Lamb
JKrEwes same as Bucks.
Best Buck 2 years oid and over
do do 1 year old and under 2
do do Lamb
jKrEwes same as Bucks.
Rp.t ninalA f t sheen
do pen of fat sheep-not less than 5 4
Best Buck of any breed
do Ewe do do
Best Boar 2 years old and over
do do 1 year old and under 2
do do over 6 months &. under
do do under 6 months old
KJ-Sows sine as Boars.
Best Sow and not less than 5 pigs njt
over 7 months old
Best 5 pigs from 1 boar
R.i Ri.rnfnnvl7C 8 00
do Sow do do
Best Cock of any breed
do Hen do do
do pair Turkeys male &. female
do do Ducka do do
do do Geese do do
do Cage of Birds
J ili sMay of fowls
S3" All Poultry furnished with coops on the
Best Peck Irish potatoes
early 100 50
do do lata 100 50
" and greatest variety of Ir
ish Potatoes, not less than
peck, each raised by ex
hibitor " peck of Sweet Potatoes
" display of Onions
" do do Tomatoes
' 3 heads of Cabbage
" peck Mango Peppers
" 4 peck Carrots
1 00 50
" peck Parsnips
' npelr Tnrnina
specimen Vegetable Eggs
peck Red Peppers
variety of Cucumbors
raised by exhibitor
" dozen Beets
,l specimen of Celery
" do Rhubarb
" 3 Pampkins
" display of Squashes
less that 6
" f Watermelons
Best six musk melons
" Display ol vegetables
in variety and quality
Best single variety or Speci
men of Fall apples not less
than 6 1.00
" 3 Varieties of fall apples 1 00
- Assortment of fall apples 1.50
do do Winter do 1.50
" Display of Fall and winter
apples in variety & quality 2.00
" Specimen autumn Pears 1 00
" Display do Pears 1.50
" Specimen ree stone Peach
es not less than doz each 1.00
" Specimen Cling Peaches
not less than doz each 1.00
" Specimen of Grapes in
variety and quality 1 50
Best Preserved Peaches
" do Plums
" do Strawberries
" da Apples
" Canned Peaches
" do .Quinces
" do Blackberries
" do Strawberries
f do Gooseberries
do do """Ckerjies
do do Pears
do do Tomatoes
do do Cabbage
Specimen Tomato Catsup
Or-Any article not enumerated may
be entered under the head of ''discretion
arv," and the oommittee may award
Lpremiums when they think the specimen
Best display of Dahlias,
" Collection of Caotus-in pots 1.00
"Oleander in bloom I
M OrauL'o trees with fruit 1
" Lemon trees do
" and greatest variety Cut
Flowers Floral Ornament, 2.00
' Pyramidal Boquet 50
" Round do 50
" Basket of Flowers 100
HAMS BREAD & SOAP.
Best 2 country cured Hams 81.00
" two pieces Dried Beef 1.00
" Specimen of Lard 10 lbs 1.00
" Domestic hard soap, 50
" fancy , do 50
" 2 loaves domes, yeast bread 1.00
2 do Salt Rising 1 00
" 3 do Baker s do
" Specimen Corn pone
Best Specimen Rusks
" Pound Cake
" Collection of cakes
do do Pies
SUGAR MOLASSES & HONEY.
Best Molasses made from Chinese
Sugar Cane 81 00
10 lbs Maple Sugar 1.00
' One Gallon Maple molasses 1 00
" Honey in comb not less than
ten pounds 1 50
" of Bees 2 00
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Best 5 lbs of Butter 3.00
" Cheese not less than 5 lbs 2.00
Best Barrel of flour 3.00
To be exhibited by the manufacturer
with a statement of the variety and qual
of wheat necessary to make it.
FLOUR. SPECIMEN OF GRAIN.
Best half bushel white wheat 1 00
" do do Red 1.00
' do do White corn 1.00
' Colored Field corn 1.00
" Specimen Pop corn 50
" Sugar corn 50
" Early corn 50
half bushel fall barley 1.00
" do do Spring do 1.00
" . do do Oats 50
" . do do Rye 5Q
" do do Buckwheat 50
" do do Flaxseed 1.00
" do do Timothy seed 1 00
" do do Clover seed 2 00
Best White Counterpane S3.00 1.00
" Double Coverlet
" pair Woolen' Blankets
'piece colored Flannel ten
yds or more
" piece Domestic Jeans
2 (10 1.00
2 0 1.00
2 00 1,00
2.00 1 00
' piece Factory Jeans 10 yds 2.00 1.00
" do Fulled' Cloth do 2 00 1.0U
" do Wool en Carpet do 2.00 1.00
" do Rag Carpet do 2,00 1 00
" Domes'io Flax Linen do 2 00 1.00
" do Grain Sacks Linen do 1 00 50
" Hearth Rug 1.00 50
" nnir Woolen Stockines 1.00 50
' do do Socks 50 25
" do do Mittens 50 25
" do do Gloves 1.00 50
" Table Cover 1.00 50
Linen SewingJThread 50 25
" Woolen Stocking Yarn 50 25
" Woolen Shawl 1.00 50
" five lbs Dressed Flax 1.00 50
Needle, Shell & Wax Work.
Best White Quilt $2.00 1 00
" Patch Work Quilt 2 00 1 00
' Worsted Quiit 3 00 1.00
" Silk Quilt 3 00 1 00
" do Patch Work Qoilt 3.00 1.00
" Worsted Worked Quilt 3 00 1.00
" Ottoman Cover 1 00
' Table do 1.00
' Woolen Shawl 1 00
" Crotchet Shawl 1.00
' Woied Shawl 1.00
" Afghan Shawl 1 00
" Embroidered Sofa Cushion 1 00
" Table Spread 1. 00
" Lady's Robe 1.00
' Dressing Gown 1.00
' Children's Dresses I 00
" Display of Linen embroidery,
the work of one person 3.00
' specimen of Braided work 50
" Braided Robe 1.00
' do Gown 1.00
' Lady's Silk Sack 1.00
" do Cloth do 1 00
" do Calico Dress 1.00
' do Silk Dress 3.00
do Worsted Dress 2.00
" Embroidered Coder Sleevcsl 00
do Lady's Collar 50
' do Handkerchief 50
" specimen Silk Embroidery 50
? do Cloth do 50
" do Linen do 50
" Ornamental Needle Work 50
" Braid Embroidery 50
" Kuit Shawl 1.00
' do Cloak 1 00
" Lidy's Worked Slippers 50
" Tatting Collar 50
' assortment Tatting Work 1.00
" Lamp Stand Mat 50
" Worked E"loor Rug 50
M Fancy Chair work with
needle . 1 00
" Fancy Worked Cushion and
baek 1 00
" Chenille Embroidery 50
" do Vail 50
" specimen Braid Straw orHJrass 50
' Silk Bonnet 1 Of)
Straw do '100
Lady's Hat 50
case of BonoeW and other
specimen Wax Flowers - 50
group do 50
Artificial do 50
variety do do 1.00
specimen of Wax Fruit 50
" assortment of Wax Fruit 1.00
:; specimen Moss Lichen work 50
do Cone do 50
" do Leaf do 50
" do Flower do 50
" do shell vftr do 50
" di4Drnamental Hair Work 50
" Embroidered Picture 50
" Fancy Chair Tidy 50
" do Watch Case 50
" do Basket 50
Oif-'Lidies are requeesteJ to present
for exhibitioo any specimen of Neadlc
work whether specified or not. All ar
tides 'of merit will recSire appropriate
premiums, provided they aro manufac
tured by the exhibitor.
Best Plov for gen. purposes 85 00
" Plow iar Sod 1.00
One Horse Plow 1.00
" single shovel Plow 1.00
" two shovel do 1.00
" three shovel do 2.00
" two hoise Corn Plow 3.00
" do do Harrow 2 00
" Horse Bake 2.00
" FanningMill 2 00
' Grain Cradle 1.00
" corn Sheller I 00
" Straw Cuter . 1.00
' Hay Ricging 2.00
" Field Roller 2.00
" Wheel Etrrow 1 00
5 Corn planter 4.00 2.00
" two horst Wheat Drill, 4.00 2 00
" one hors Wheat Drill 3.00 1.00
" Reaping Machine 5.00
" Mowing Machine 5 00
" Combine! Reaper & Mower 5.00
" Threshing Machine 5.00
" Farm Wigoo 5-00 3 00
Carriages and Buggies.
Best 2 hoi:e Family QarriageSlO 00 5.00
" Phaeton Boggy, 4 00 2.00
' Square lody Buggy, 4.00 2.00
" Open Biggie. 4 00 2.00
" Spring Vagon, 4.00 2 00
" Sulkv, 2 00 -
" Sleigh, 2.00
" display Carriage Wheels, &c. 2.00
" display if Carriages, Bug-
gie, &c. - 10 00 5.00
Bedsteal, 3.00 1.00
" Breakfst Table, .2.00
Work Stand, 2.00
" Wash Sand, 2.00 1.00
" Parlor liable, 2 00
; Extensan Table 3.00
' Sociabl, 2 00
" i doz, arlor Chairs 3.00
' do (ommon do 1.00
" Seats ad Backs for Schools 1.00
Cooprage, Wooden Ware, &c.
Best Tigt Barrel l.00
" Flour larrcl 50
Picklo Cask 1 00
" Nest of Tubs 1.00
" i doz. Wooden Buckets 1 01)
" assortm't Split wood Baskets 1.00
" Wa-Iiinir Machine 1 00
'-. Wooden Be;.- 1.00
Blacksmithiii, . Worked Iron
Best set of Hoio Shoas 81 00
" pair Breast Chains 1.00
" do Butt do 1.00
' do Trace do 1.00
" do Stretchers 1 00
" Double Trees Single Trees
and Neck Yoke 1.00
" Log Chain 1.00
" pair Pincers 50
" Riveting Hammer 50
" Mattock 1 00
" Chopping Ax 1.00
3 Farm Hoes i.uu
" set Pump Augers 2.00
"set Chisels 2 00
" assortment of Edge Tools. 3.00
Leather, Harness & Saddlery.
Best set of Wagon Harness . 83.00
do Carriage do 4 00
do Single do 3 00
" Saddle and Bridle 2.00
" Side Saddle 2.00
" Horse Collar 1.00
" pair Wooden Hames 50
" specimen Sole Leather 1 00
io Skirting Leather 1 00
do Harness do 1.00
do Kip do 1.00
do Calf Skin do 1 00
Boots, Shoes, Hats & Clothing.
Cloth Frock Coat 3 00
" Gents Cassimere Pants 1 00
do Vest 1 00
" Overcoat 3.00
display of Clothing 3:00
" pair Dress Boots 3.00
Heavy do 1 00
Gents Congress Gaiters 1 00
Ladies" Gaiters 1 50
do Bootn 1.50
do Slippers 50
Paintings, Drawings, &c.
Best specimen Sign Painting 82.00
do Graining & Finishing 2.00
1 plain Painting Diploma & 1.00
" Ornamental Painting do 1.00
' Liodscape Painting in Oil 2 00
" do do Wa er Colors 1.00
' Ornamen al Painting 1.00
' Fruit do 1.00
Flower do 1.00
" Monochromatic do 1 00
" Architeooral Drawing 2 00
' specimen of Writing by a
' specimen of Writing by a
1 display of Photgmphs
Diploma and 1 00
" do Daguereoty pes D'P- ad 1.00
Best Panel Door J2.00
' Window Sash 1.00
pair Outside Window Blinds 3 00
" do Inside Shutters do 2 00
do Window Shades 1.00
do do Bl.nls 100
" Newel Post Turned 1.00
" hall desen Balnsttrs--turned 1.00
Marble Moaument Dip anao.00
do Pedestal do ' f.00
do Head Stone -do 1.00
" Stone Milch Trough 2.00
! Window Sill &, cap 1 00
" anei-.imen Drain Tile uot less
than three sizes 2 00
" display of Tin Ware 3.00
" Cooking Stove 2.00
" Parlor do l.OO
' Fruit Drying Apparatus 2.00
' Rifle Gun made in tho
" Clothes Horse 50
Cabbage Cutter 50
" Wooden Pump to be usod
oo the Fair Ground . 3.00
" Clothes Wringer 51)
" 3 Hickory Ax Handles 1 00
' Sausage nieat Cutter &Stuffeil 00
specimen Apple Cider lOgall.OO
Sewing Machine . 2.00
" Knitting Machine 1 00
" Farm Gate Diploma nnd 1 00
half dozen Brooms made in
the county 100.
fttrThe attention of Mechanics
Artists is particularly inriied to the
bove list. W e cll ou them earnestly
for their contributions. The exhibition
of articles at the Fair is a good adver
tisement. a -
Best acre of
" half acre Irish Potatoes
RULES & REGULATIONS
Preble Co. Agricultural Society.
1st. The payment of one dollar
constitutes a resident of the county a
member of the society with the privilege
of entering any number of animals or
articles for exhibition as be or she may
own, in any of the departments except
horses; in this there will be an addition
al fee of fifty cents for each entry alter
the first, and ten per cent in classes
whore premiums of ten dollars and up
ward are offered.
2d. All competitors must become
members before their articles can be en
3d. Every article or animal upon the
grounds shall, during thc Fair be under
the control of the Board of Directors,
and no article or animal will be removed
until the close of the Fair, without per
mission from the Directors.
4th.- All articles offered for premiums
must bo owned by the persons offering
the tame or by some member of the
family. Except Stallions kept within
he county may be in the name of the
c u a ii . i a, ,
5 h All articles must be properly
entered with the Secretary before being
taKen wi'uin tne grounds.
0th. Exhibitors who enter two head
of horses, oattle, jacks, or mules, or five
hogs, or sheep, will he entitled to have
one h ind admitted to the ground free.
7th. II any person by any act what
ever willfully make known to the Jud"
l e cnti !
i r ii run
erty on exhibition he shall not Le
tied to a premium on the same.
8ih 'l'l. .I.J... :n ..... a z-l
win uui awaru any
animal or ruclei a premium unless in I
their opinion it is decidedly meritori
9th- Thi Ju los ((-Bpairially those on
animals) will bs cxpcjicd, a. far as l
practicable, to give iho reason for the
awards thoy mike ;ioJ write out in full
1 II. Vv U'h,.. .'a , nr.a .l.lUl
Jor in a eloai only oncprcmium will b a
es his ownership ul stock or otl.
warded, it to be first or second
merit of the article may warrant.
11th. Entries can be ma la any time
the Fair after the
All entries of stock inoluding sweep
stakes must be' entered by Wtdt.i -u
10 o'clock A M. and every exhibitor
should hare his articles on the gruund
land arranged in their places by 9, o'clock
on Wedocsday morning. If delayed
beyond that time they cannot come in
jcompetition for a premium, except in tin
: departments, ol bams& bread, and bu'tor
13th. Members will be furnished t
ticket which will admit them, the te
males of the family, uad all persons un
ider the age of eighteen years refilling
in the family or a centleman and two
ladies to the Fair Grounds during the
4th. No cow, bull, jack, jennet,
brood mare or stallion four years old
and upwards shall eoropete for a promi
'urn unless it has proven itself a breeder.
15th. It being almost impoygible for n
premium list to contain every i rt'ele
which it would hi desirable to have ex
hibited at the Fair, the Board of Direo
tors will allow discretionary premiums.
But such artic'es must bo regul irly en
tcred with the
W. A. SWIHART, Sec'y.
Teachers wanted for all the de
partments of the Public School?
in Winchester, I'rehle County,
Ohio Principal, Intermediate
and Primary. Applications will
be received to July 4th 1870.
Til IS ' SINGEll ' N E W
FAMILY SEW2NQ MACHINE.
U1TH ATTA JHUIXjyoiI ALL KINDS OF VTOBE
Is fHtt winning lavoi- i n the He us-liold
as ihown by the 8;ilescJLaaL JTear,
Anir.iintinK to eight v-six Tlious
and; seven lliuinVjd and
Eighty One MfftRric,
which fir exceed
those of any
This new FAMILY MACHINE is
capable of a range and variety of work
such as was thought impossible a ..l.ort
time ago, to perform by mnchi.atEy.
We claim, and enn show those wKnin Vt
may concern, that it is the irkeapcst,
most beautiful, delicately nrrauzed
uicely adjusted, easily operated, aud
smoothly runnlnif of nil the family Sow
ing Machines. It is reniatkable, net
not only for tho range and variety 6f its
scwiug, but also, for the varietj nnd
variety of sewing, but also for the varic
ty and ifTerent Kuids of Texture which
it will sew with equal facility and per
fection, using Silk Twist, Lrnen cr Uot
ton Thread, Hi e or coarse, mol.ing the
Intertockcd-Flastic-Stitc-h, alike on both
sides of the fabric fown. Thus beaver
jclotb, or lea'her, may be sewn
great strength nnd uniformity ofsiitch.
and in a moment this willing and never
weaiying machine may be adjusted lor
fine v.- ul, on t auze or gos amrr tiasoc,
or the tucking of tai li tan, or ruffling, or
almost any other worn wfctefc delicate
OOlTC ' avc 'jeen I"10" t rorm.
Pni'liasers can sow be couvincwd
'that our new Kamily Machine nobodies
New and essential principles simplicity
uf construction ease of oiieration uni
lorniity it PBRCISB action t any
speed capacity for ringe and variety cf
work, fine or coarse, leaving all nvaU
THE POLDITTQ CASES.
The New Funiily machine mi.y be had
in a variety of folding covers and cases.
Some show in polished surface only the
grain and tint of the wood, while others
are finished in all the elaboration of art
Tor Hemmijig, Felling, IfufHing, Braid
ing, Bindiig, Gathering, Tucking Em
broidering, and so forth, are not oni)
numerous, but now bronght to great
perfection. Most of them enn be it
'ached b a simple move of the hand.
be (lUftli'y ot the work c .n ory be fully
' ipreoiated on observation and exami-ation.
THREAD. SPOOL COTTON
We have and shall keep in stock n.
our Central Office, and Agencies, on
spools ol variouj size, Twist of all
sizes end co'ors-, Linen Thread, Spool
Cotton Oil, and all other articles ne
cessary in the use of our machines.
We wish it understood that we mann
lacture th i Twist sold by us; that we
shall nun to have it excel in rjnality and
exceed in quantity, f..r a given piice,
that of other manufacturers, and that
tne lwist made by us in our new and
extensive nulls, supplied (.s they are
with the mo-t improved machinery7 and
skittfTlabor can be xelied on for the
lesirable qualities of uniformity of size
evenness, lngth of thread as m rked on
eac h spool, strength, excellence of color
nnd beautv of finish.
TBE SINGER MANUFACTURING
8-CINClNNATI OFFICE, 61 West
Fourth Si. March 10. l70tl"
NEW THIS WEEK.
asthcwortri lias been testified t by
: thousands jof Sc'entific JUctl,
School Toackets, Student , l'hy
preceding isicians, arid others.
IMPO K T A
EVERY LOVER OF NATURE !
Coring the pastBix YenfB its
Simplified and Adapted to
Popular as well as Sorentifij use
it is an Optical Wond ;r. It
Magnifying power Is
T F, . V TM O U S .1 v M
T WOKE SI
On ni lii nd i i g ' ii'llees instruction with
iuiniem nt ; A Beautiful Gift, and one
that never loses its interest, rrreals the-
unseen wonders of ereotion, Eels in Vin
egar, Animals in water, .(.'bees Mites,
Sugar :tcd Itch Iniets, Milk Globules,
Adulterations in Food nnd I'ruggp, Alio
the Trichina Spiralis or Pork Vnims.
A very beautiful and ornimental In
strument, should be on the table of every
I-'amily, Pbyic'an, Sc:cntifie Man, Stu
dent and School.
An Unseen Kingdom is opened to the"
eye by this Instrument. No lover of the
beautiful should be without it.
Every Instrument is put op in a neat
b"X, with full direction for using it ca'c--fully
parted .:. the cover. Thousand
:iave been sent by mail, and the propri
etors guarantees a safe trnn-.it to each
instrument. W nrc sending them every
day. Price by mail, pottage prepaid1,
$2,., or with two Mounted Object $.'!.
Address. K. II BOSS;
313 Locust Strert. St. Louis, Mo.
THE GREATEST WORK J
a booh: invluaelv
VERY GROCER, BVEY
Produce Uealer, Every mm'
or, jsvery Dairyman, lsvery
You Canm( Afford to be
Without it '.
IT CON 1 A ll?S, The nureta-nd Onto
certain in. thod to keep Ejg Fi eh svnst
Sweet lor at least o .e fear The cost I
le than halt' n Cent per doEcn, and br
tliis method K.j-. bought at eight and
ten cfirts n Jozpii during tin- S iinuitr,
enn he k,eni and I ilu-ough the Win
ti r nnd sold for ilurty and filty cent.
When oi ce known ibis metli-d will ttt
place of all ulheis. It dull n3t Ttniih'
tlio Effji or give it the appearance of tr
Hien offer.cjl for sa'..- it cannot be
either by .jfjicarance or quality from a.
I'.rs i I. mi
J T CO S J AIiVS Tho best receipt crer
rtib'ishooPp4 rendc'i-iiig- sour and rancid
buyer perfectly sweet, and to liow to
give a uniform nnd mt'tiral e.lr to Wm
a: A Sireaked Itultei", and ihn hei uuiii-
ner of mixing and Jepacri.jr liutier 1'ir
These Two Receipts toi.e
fire wort ii M-tiv.aream ot
IT TI L T.S, The cheapest And best
modes ol manufaet niing Washing Cnn.
pouuds. llow to makn Hani and Soft
Soup, Inks Candles Paints, Varnishes,
Cement, u nd jjp kin Bowdcrs.
IT TELLS, How uTtlcirify Honey
so ns to sell lor nearly twice the common
IT TSrnLS, lire ratesl and" bett lAd"e-
Lof .-nl.ii ' and curing Bums ami nil kind
IT TELLS, How to Dye Clothes oC
shades and in 'nst co'.ora,
IT GIVES. Valuable fe,ceipts for
curing llurr.s, Sores, Cuts. FeioiiS, Frost
U.tes, Cancer, Ear A cites. Tooth Ache.
i King Wcm, .with hundred of oth'-r-
ncw :n ! valuable methods, with full Jt-
rections, oTliat any oue can uo them.
IT TELLS, How to take ont
Stains, Ink Steins, Iron Ru it St,
and Taint Slain :om Cloth and S ilk,
IT TELLS, Dow to counteract frost
upon rees, a valuable receipt.
IT TELLS, How to Tan For, either
wi;h or without the hair or wool on, and
ho to imitate those of snperios gradela
IT TELLS. How to make the- es
Curling Fluid c making the hair eroar
in beautiful flowing ringlets.
IT TELLS, How to Feed Hena so as
to make them lay all the year ronnd.
IT GIVES. Over Five Hundred rare
nnd valuable Receipts and a ccmplete
guide to the monufactnre of hundred t
useful and snleable article, inoluding.
Patent Medicine. Perfninery, nnd Toil
and Dental Articles, and tnant other
easily made, nt a irifcmg eo'. n id selling
readily at lar;c profits, with mr.nymaau-
tawturer iccrcti, Ac.
IT 18 VALUABLK TO EVEIiY ONE
UK SUHB TO GLT T.
KySent by mail, free of postage, for
ONE OOLLAKJ For sale by Wm. B.
M1SMOP, St I oui. Mo. Agent for the-
WM.VTEMtS Jr till. I..
Dealers in First Class
North-Baron treet, EATON, O.
i.June !, !H70.yrL
Dayton & Eaton Om
rll lit'. UlldlM-iO'llPd Will run a l'nil j
JLOmnibiM I..,.; brtween Dytoca
Ieavo Eaton daily at 5 30 a.m., nrri -vin?
at Dayton at 10 a. ra. .
Leave Dayton at I p. m., arrivin
at Katon at 6 30 p. m.
Prompt connections madewitli Noilh
crn trains nt Davton.
Passengers will bo catted for bv lra -
ins t'leir address at the Doup House,
Dayton, and the li xre Olfice. at
the Drug Slore (t J. P.plWookin A S"i,
: Eaton, 0.
I All order aridcorainissrons prompllf
after ded to. J AS. TOItBKNC K.
u. 1 Ct.: yrl.