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TOWN AND COUNTRY!
5 TAts Cote t m?efrA
: denoted to Notices of M 6tt45
fSnoecify onrf enterprise of the town
W E.. ftnunhi All tht
irefully written ana can be re-
uea tpcnoiiK a view i
jiving correct ttreas w tcuw
wotna m As Gse-nf&s locany
V ours. All items of interest w
iblic KiU be thankfully recitveq.
It Dr. Dkveb. treat ? forms
fot Chronic Diseases. Olfcce iu
pdd Fallows buildiog. wl
THE EATON BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
U While we wore looking up all
he information that we could
btain in reference to the Louis
ville and Sandusky Rail Soad,
kud had just ascertained that ud-
ler a new arrangement, baeed on
lost liberal terms, the road is
pure to be built within a year
from tbte date when w were
nformed that a charter for the
'Eaton Budldiftg Aasociatkju"
tad actually been obtained, and
bat the i corporators would in
k few days proceed to organise it
o a sure basis. The conjunc
tion of two wants of such inpor
lance to oar town, never will
pereafter occur. With Rail-roads
to put us in connection w'ilu the
world at laree. an association to
make all worthy of it, eotnf or ta
ble at home, if our town -don't
ove right ahead on the road to
rosperity ana greatness it ill
e the tault ot eur people, a
ublic meeting to organize the
ssociation will son be held un
or baad-biU notices. Let all
How to Kill a Tows. Some
one makes the following -excel
lent suggestions: If you wish
to kill a town, put up no more
buildiugs than you are obliged
to occupy yourself. . If you have
an empty building, and any one
should wish to rent it. ask about
three times the value. Look at
every new comer with a scowl
Turn a eold shoulder to every
business man or mechanic who
seeks a home among you Go
abroad for your wares rather
than purchase from your own
merchants ami manufacturer at
the same price, and make sure
get np ttie animus sectarian
i.ii pa nzau partiality among
the people and against the prin
tar, it yon ehouM be fortunate
enough to have one. Refuse to
advertise, so that persons at a
distance will not know that anv
business is being doae in yenr
; dace. A prompt aad close ob
earvaace ot these rules will ruin
any town in two years."
The number of that class of in
dividual, we are happy to say, i
steadily decreasing in .baton, and
the few who are left are looktd
upon by their more enterprising
neighbors as 'relics of barbarism
Tbe State of Ohio vs. Perry
Alexander charge Assault k
Dattery. Entered his plea of not
gratify, bound over to Court in
the sum of $300.
James W. Pottinger, assault &
battery. Fine of five dollars and
J. R. Steven, assault and bat
tery. Fine of five dollars and
Jereruiah'Simpson, same, fins
of $5, aad cost.
George Smith, for provoking
breech of the peace. Fine of $5
The Woman's Association.
The Woman's Association will
meet at the Court House, on Fri
day, July 8th, 2 o'clock, to trans
act important business. It is es
sential that all the members, and
others taking an interest in our
meetings, be present.
By order of tbe
Subscribers in arrears for
their paper are requested to in
terview ue. The first question
to be propounded is, ''How much
do I owe?" We always answer
promptly and in a winning voice.
PRESIDENT. WOOL! WOOL! WOOL!
Having been appointed tbe
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 Yarns,
which I will exchange for wool
at Factory prices.
Oash paid tor wool if desired.
Call in and see before disposing
of your Wool.
M. F. STEPHENS.
May 12, 1870 w8.
We a he no "Fishtest," can't
fight, aud wouldn't if we could
and our fighting editor, "Q" now
puts in bis time walking, so no
man need get mad at anything
we say. We are publishing a
democratic paper, and expect to
criticise men s public acts just as
we please, it we publish any
thing to which -any man takes
exceptions, we will run him a
foot ace, but won't fight.
Good rains arc reported from
every portion of the State. Th!
we trttat and believe will be a
a year which will yield as abun
dant harvest of cereals through
out the land and bring down the
prices of living, so that poor peo
ple can be delivered from the
presence of the ghost of starva
tion and grow fat once more.
The Democracy of the
country have every reason to
feel gratified with the evidence
of returning reason now so ap
parent among the people. With
anything like judicious manage
neat we can hardly fail to have
an easv and sure victory in the
contest of 1872.
The coming "nigged" issue
of the Radical party, foreshadow
ed by Sumaer's infamous Bill in
troduced into the Senate, is the
complete Focial and political
equality of the negro race, by the
compulsory process of law.
White men . are .you ready for
Arrangements have been made
tor holding a picnic it Camp
heirs Grove, 8 miles north of
Camden, on Saturday, July 9th,
1870." The managers are deter
rained to make the occasion one
of uuusual mirth and social
enjoyment. The festivities of
the day will be conducted by the
following gentlemaa: Will. T.
Ea&li: & Mart. Shkwman. The
Camden Striug Bund, recogniz
ed and admit tod to be equally
as good if not superior to any
other String Band in the county,
will furuiRh music for this oc
casion. Everybody has a cor
Lot all persons indebted to rue
fpr Boots and Shoes take notice
that unless they pay up on or be
fore the 9th day ot July, their
accounts will be pot in the con
stable's hands for collection.
J. D. LAUER.
Some drunken wretch on
Monday night, hailing from tbe
suberbs of town, and just out o
the "In-de-co rum" at Minor's
Hall, thought to have some sport
at our expense, pulled dawn our
job printing sign board. Now,you
are knowu, and unless you keep
on the '-sha dy" side, we shall let
tbe strong arm of tbe law fall
upon your 'mean act.' A word
to the wise &c.
WEDOING CARDS Elegantly
gotten up Wedding Cards are fur
nished promptly act this Office.
The Bbighi: Side. This vigor
ons young "paper for all chil
dren" now visits oar readeis
every week, instead ot once a
month as formerly. It would
not be unwelcome, if like the
sunshine it would come every
day. $1.00 a year. Specimen
copies free. Address Bright Side,
DIES On Saturday evening-, Jane
25th, at the residence of her eon, Andrew
Scott, near New Fans, "reil6 Oo. J
Mrs. J ask Scott, relict of tfae late Kobert
Scott m the 93a year of her ace.
Mrs. Scott was born in November,
1777, in the county of Derbe, Ireland,
and emegrated to America in 1822, with
her husband and family, and settled in
Virginia. She removed to Ohio ic 1830,
and settled near her late residence.
Mother Scott was a devoted member of
the United Presbyterian. Church for sev
enty 5 ears.
Notice to Carpenters and Builders.
We the undersigned Building Com
mittee of the 12th Regular .Baptist
Church in Eaton, Ohio, do hereby give
notice, that, on the 15th of Jalv. 1870
at th shop of A. A, Stokes, corner of
tfaron ana comers streets, wilt be pre.
pared to present Drawings and Specifi
cations tor the erection of a Baptist
Church in this place. Contracts for tbe
same will be let as follows :
Stone work, brick work, carpenter
work, plastering and painting sepa
rately or all combined, to the lowest re
Sealed propositions to be presented so
as to be opened on the 20th of July, at
2 o clock. F. 61.
B. J. GEORGE, "
LEVI HARRIS, I
July 7, 1870w2prf.$3,50
The Fourth in this place
was rather a slim affair.
Doty 'a Wash ng Machine,
LATELY MUCH IMPROVED AND THE
N E W
Improved with Rowell Patent Doable
Cog-Wheels, and tbe Patent Stop, are
now un questionably far superior to anj
apparatus for washing clothes ever in
venteJ, nud wiU save their thir cost
twice a year, by saving labor and clothes
Those who have used them give testi
nsony as lotion s:
"We like oar machine much, coald notbe
pnrsuaded to da without it and with the
aid of Dofcy, we feel that we are masters
of the position." Rev. L, S'fcott, Bishop
X. K. Church.
"It is worth one dollar d week in any
family." N. Y. Tribune,
"In the laundry of my house their is a
perpetual thanksgiving on Mondays for
tbe invention. Rev. Theodore L. Cuyler
1 Every week has given it a stronger
hold upon the affections of the inmites
ol the laundry." N. Y. Observer.
'.I heartily commend it to economists
of time, money, and contentment."
Rev. Dr. Bellows.
'Friend Doty Yonr last improve,
ent of vour Washing Machine is a
complets success. I essure you 'our Ma
chine,' after a year's use, is thought
mote of to-day than ever, and would not
be parted with under any circumstances.'
' Your Washing Machine has been in
daily usj in our landry, and the house
keeper expresses herself as highly pleas
ed with it. It certainly accomplishes a
greater a.monnt of work, with It as ab or
and does not wear the clothes near so
much as tbe old fashioned wash-board.
By using it, one lann dress is dispensed
with " Wm. M. F. Round, Superinten
dent of Infant Department of St. Cath
arine's Nursery, N. Y. Cily.
"I have had one of the Universal
Wringers in my house, and it has been
ured every week for over five years, and
is now as good as new. have also had
a Doty Washer for some three years,
which to use every week, end could not
easily get along without. It is as good
as ever, ana will last year a yet. K. U
Van Slyck, Esq., Editor of Dem. Repub
ican, Hamilton, N. Y.
The N Y. IPeekly Tribune, of Dee. 13
l.Sl!i. m nns Ui onmipoildsnl bm
"Of Washers, there is none to be com
pared with Doty s.
rRJCJES.A raif Offer.
If the Merchants in your place will not
furnish, or send for tbe Machines, send
for Machines, send us the retail price.
YVasner f 14, Extra Wringer f9, and we
will forward either or both machines,
free of freight, to places where no one is
celling; and so sure are we they will be
liked, that we agree to rsfnnd the money
of any one wishes to return tbe machines
free of freight, after a m Diuhs's. trial, ac
cording to directions.
No hosband, father or brother should
"permit" the drudgery of washing with
the bands, hfty-two days m the year
when it can be done better, more expe
aitiously win less labor, and no injury
to tbe garments, by a IJoty Clothes Wash
er, and a Universal Wringer.
Sold by dealers generally, to whom
liberal discountsjjara made.
R. 0- Browning. Gen. Agent,
32 Cortlandt Street, New York.
April 21, 1870. mos 3.
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From Cider, Sorghum, Molasses,
bugar, Wine or the juce or any
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Easy. Cost not one half that of
the old process of allowing CU
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Any one can make it. Full
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Address, W, H. Bishop,
ST. JLOU1S, JtfO.
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No 78 Fassau Street, New York Citj
April 21, 1870. mos. 3:
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About 2026 Cubic Yards of Embank
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CHAS. J.C KlINK&CO,
127 Bowery, N. Y , P. O Box 4 586.
Nov 25, f869 yl
jEW JJLACKSMITH JjHOP.
NOTICE TO ALL CREATION.
ne ui ersigneo nas tust onened .a
first class blacksmith
Shop on Decator and Beech Sts. Eaton,
Ohio just above the Brewery,
Horse-Shoeing, Plows, Harrows,
Wagons, Edged Tools, &c.
made New or repaired. Also Double
Linked Chains repaired or made. Bring
on your Work, Salisfaotion Warranted.
January. 27, 1870-yrl.
i i i SE35 gjj
g S3 ol
Mjivery, Feed, f .Sale Stable
HAVING bought the stock of Horses,
Buggies. Carriages and Hack of I'eter
Shafner, I am replenishing the entire
stock, and will furnish Horses, Carriag
es and bugles for pleasure Ride, Wed-
ings. Funerals, 4c, at the lowest living
Stable 1st door east of tbe Union Ho
tel, Main st
S. Mt. SJITJPJLJE! Trop'tor.
Eaton, May 26 '70, 6m.
A YEA It. G UK AT IN
DUC ME NT TO MALE AND
FEMALE AGEIiTS. We desire an ac
tive Agent in eve v town, to whom wc
offer a chance to make mo-ev. For full
particulars address Braixird & Wet
volte, Cleveland, Ohio. may 2 tf.
JoiIJC C. BOKEF.
I R M.
BONER & H0LDERMAN,
Having recently associated as partners
in the Groceiy Business, would infor n
the public that they have now on hand a
good supply of
Fust Class Groceries such as
lea, Coltee, sugar. Molasses,
Spices, Candiep, Soap, Tobacco
& Cigars, Butter, Cheese,
Lard & Eggs; FLOUR &
MEAL. Dried Fruits,
Dried Beef, Tubs,
Baskets, efce., &c.
BQL- This firm have the' exclusive
Agency in Eton. for the sale of the
CHAifPljtf ItEAPER; snd the im
proved Dtfyton Sulky Horse Bake.
April II, lHTO m.s. t.
JT. t SUM OP,
The undersigned bavins But up a New
Shop op, osite ltohinsoo ,-Chambers iCo's.
Machine rsnop, on ine corner oi hum
& Hizh Rlretx. is now prepared to do
911 Hindx Heparins
IRON 0RfcW00DW0 ,K
on short notice, having had years 'of
practical experience, he flatters himself
that he can give Satisfaction to all who
may favor him with their patronage.
Special attention given to
Plow & Wagon Work
Eaton sep.3,68 tf.
TO DO ALL K'NDS OF
5dged Tools, neivy Forging and
All Kinas OI jonning
ON SHORT NOTICE !
T I. I
jl net s xv ;iiniiii uie
Eaton, rebiuiry 4 1SU lyr.
Insurance Company! I
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incorporated Feb. 8, 48f
Cash Surplus, Sept.
29, 186 .... 9261,826 8flf
Leases Paia over - - - 278,000 OO
Insures Farm" Property Only.
EXPENSES LESS, in proportion to
mount of business tbHtn axrr other Cosf
pany doing business in Oftfo. arid,fer"'
this reason its rates are lower than th.ossT
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Has been in successful operation
over twenty years, and by reason
of its low rates, fair dealing, and
prompt settlement of losses, has become
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among tbe Farmers. In" ease of los,
this Company pays the full value of prop
erty destroyed by
Fire or Lightning,
up to the amount ins. red. For Insur
ance or further information apply tc
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AD JBESS, Gratis, Preble Co- O
. N v I 1 1 ii I - 'J r 1 .
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE!
FOUR 1 t:.MMtS H,i.
rpiIIS justly celebrated native Wins is
JL made from thejnico of tbe Oporlira
Grape, rfftscd ta this eoxrntry. rts ralir
able Tonic and' StreiTgtnenli.g Properties'
ore nsi.i passed. bsaur other native W a
Bei g the pure juice of tne grape, nro-'
ed under Mr. Spcer's own personal sup
ervisiod, lis parity and' genuineness are
'- . J 'l!. " " . - I .
guaruuieeu. x nc joaogesi cnila may
partake of its generous 'I'mli tins, and the
w kesuin valid may a.i,e it to advan 1 ge.
it is particularly beneficial to iW aged
and debilitated, and i. suited to' the var-'
ions ailments that afffct tbe weaker aexl
It is, in etery respect, A WIJfE TO BE
ItELlED O. l.
INVALlf.r? USE 8PEK1T8 PfJirr
FE XI ALES USE STIEE-R 8 PORT
GRAPE INK. ,
WEAKLY PERSOXS F12D A
BENEFIT BY ITS USE
Spcer's Wines in Hospitals are pre ' -r-'
rod lo oilier wines.
Sold by Druggists generally, who also
sell Speer's Standard Wine Bitters.
Trade supplied by all wl olesale Dealers.
See that the Signatpre of Alfred Speer,
Passiac N. J.,is over the eork of each,
A SPEER'S Vinevard, New Jersey.
Office, No. 23 Broadway, New York.
For Sile by J.
Lai on. Ohio.
.fonav. cAxrm.u it, a.
CAMPBELL k GLLMOflE,
(Successors to Gilmore ft Campbell,)
rVTTOBNEYS at LAW.
soTAitie rtBiio, land and
Gov't Claim Agents.
Oflio" at the old stand, on Barron Street
Jan. 1 l9! yl.