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TOWN AND COUNTRY!
This Column wUl henceforth be
devoted to Notices of the business
novelty and enterprise of the town
of Eaton, and County. All the
information it contains will be
carefully written and can be re
lied uponwith a view to
giving correct ideas as to what s
going on in this business locaity
of ours. All items of interest to the
Ihtblic will be thankfully recieved.
. . . 4i.ia nmna:
The nice uanrtr weather is bring.
. . u if.
clothier store tor summer coats, patts
W jutted to ad Uooldn t. The most
laughable scene that we hare witnessed
for some time, occurred en oar streets
the other day; an individual of small di
mensions was endeavoring to stretch
himself to the stature of a mao.
SHOO, FLY. DON'T BODDBR ME
Remember the reliable Photograph Qf.i"
lei j, still in full Mow, and the only place
yon can get a trwe likeness of yourself.
if you want to get swindled, to yonr en
tire satisfaction, he snre and call at
S. McCls iu's Gallery, East end of Com
mercial Block, Baton, O,
County Lodge Meeting of the
I. O. Q. T. There will be a
County Lodge meeting held at
n : tt .. ii.. to. i
jl' air xxis veu uu oaiurus) iuc iu
"mat. It is desired that every
Lodge ot Good Templars io the
county be represented, as the
meeting is expected to be one of
' Samuel Maxwell, assisted by
Mrs. L. IT. Cowles, will hold a
public circle at Temple Hall on
Friday evening next at 8 o'clock.
All earnestly seeking the truth
are kindly invited to attend.
Those of oar readers who re
side in the country will find it
greatly to their advantage to
look over the columns of the
Democrat before starting to town
to do their trading. By this
means they will readily ascertain
where the eheapest and best
bargains znn be obtained. Busi
ness men who have first elaso
J roods for sale, always advertiet
The National Game
s. The 1 X L B. B. C. of this city
went to Dayton on Thursday the
7th inst, to compare tbeir skill
in the Ball line with the Dayton-
ious. An excellent game was
played, but our boys had not
played loug until they became
convinced that "practice makes
perfect." Our readers will doubt
less be surprised to hear that it
was the first time our nine has
played together this season.
The Dayton Journal in speak
ing of the game gives our boys
c-reat credit and says it was the
finest game played in that city
this season. We hope the boys
will practice so they will be able
to reverse the score in the return
game. We give the score by in
nings. Innings 1 2 3 5 5 6 7 8 9 Total.
Daytomoo 5831S464 2 36"
I X L 2 7 0 1 3 1 7 0 121
We have two good clubs here
and we want to know why we
can't have a match game between
them. The citizens have not
had the opportunity of witness
ing such a game and we have no
doubt they would enjoy it.
We understand that they boast
of an extra club in Camden won't
she give one of oar clubs a chal
lenge? Don't be afraid.
The Frog Pond.
The frog pond at the bead of
Cherry Street presents a fine ap
pearance after these heavy show
ers of rain. We understand the
saloon keepers have applied to
the Council for the use of it to
watter turtles in during the sum
mer months. The men who plan
ned that job of work deserve a
situation as engineers on our new
railroad! As our neighbor of the
Register considers it a good
thing, we suggest that he moves
in that locality and goes into
the frog and turtle trade! It
would be more lucrative and sue
cessful than turning a political
new-paper into a Sunday School
Piano for Sale.
Any person desiring to purchase
new Piano can learn of a great bargain
by calling at this office. For cash
RAIL ROAD MEETING.
The Road a Sure Thing,
A large and enthusiastic meet
ing of the citizens of Eaton, fa
vorable to the construction of the
Lake Shore, Louisville & South
western Rail Road, assembled in
the Court House, on Tuesday
evening last. Addresses were
delivered by Messrs. Foos, Gil-
more and Hendricks setting forth
the great advantages of the Road
to this county, and urging upon
the business men and farmers to
come forward and give their ma
terial aid in its construct ion. -
Onlv 8800.000 required to be
raised on the whole line, and not
a dollar asked to be paid until
the road is fin shed! Never be
fore was there such an opportun
itv for a community to enhance
the value of their property and
lands, and if the amount fails to
be subscribed, we ought to eter
nally siuk into Insignificance, and
be cut off from all the rest ol
mankind! After the speeches,
subscription books were opened
and we understand over $10,000
worth of stock takeu! Good!
Roll in, farmers, business men
and mechanics! It is the best in
vestment you can make with
your spare "stamps.
A corps of engineers are now
running the line from Eaton to
W. J. Gilmore, J. H. Foos, G.
H. Eidson, M. F. Stephens, John
P. Acton, Jacob May, John T.
Deem, J. R. Beatty John Reich-
ael and Wm. Ackerman, were
appointed to solicit stock.
There was a meeting held at
Lewisburg last night and there
will be another at the Court
House to-night, (Thursday).
A Local Item.
Quite a . amusing incident oc
curred at the depot in this place.
on Monday last. A gentleman
having pnrshased his ticket for
Richmond, on coming out of the
Ticket office, stepped into a
freight car which was standing
on the side track and which be
supposed would go, as the train
(our mixed accommodation) was
then awilchiug. He took a seat
on some of the freight and Bat
there until the train was outol
sight, becoming impatient, he
came out to see why the train
didu't start, and seemed much
surprised to know tbat be was
A Wonderful Microscope
Rev. Daniel Wise, D. D.f 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. Ihen 1 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 say 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, whieh I should
like to see introduced into 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 amuse and instruct
them and I advise every boy and
girl who wishes to know the
wonders which lie in little things
to save his money until he has
$2.75, which w 11 pay for the mic
roscone and trie postage wneu
sent by mail."
As a holiday gift thia micro
scope is unsurpassed, being orna
mental, instructive, amusing anu
cheap, and never losses its inters
est. Agents and dealers suppli-
a a .
eo on liberal terms. A sar.iple
will be mailed, post paid, to any
- m ao a-c , ,
SddreBB for ?2.75, by E. H. RoS3,
813 Locast et., St, Louis, Mo
Read the advertisement in this
A SCIENTIFIC WONDER.
The Craig Microscope adapted
to popular and scientific us.
Thirty Fourth Ohio BeTTnion
The third Annual Re-Union of the
34th Ohio Infantry, (Piatt Zouaves) wilj
be held at Camp Lucas, (Olive Branch)
Clermont county, Ohio, on Wednesdayi
July 20th, 1870. Arrangements will be
made on the grounds for Base-juaU, rooi
Ball, etc., daring the day and a Ball in the
evening Every member of the Regi
mem is earnestly requested to attend.
Further information may be obtained by
addressing JOHN H. McCAHliEN.
secretary, Cincinnati, Uhio.
Be sure you read the advertise
ment "Greatest Work or
the lg-e," in this paper, j 9.3m
Good wholesome Vinegar.
Anv one can make it: See au
vertisement of W.
H. Bishop, in
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
mentof high power which requir
es no focal adjustment, and there
fore can be readily used by every
. , . 3 i
one. even ov cniiarec. vuswn
only Two Dollars and Seventy
five CentP. bv mail. DOftt paid, it
is wlthiu reach of all in tlie com
- 7 ' a r
munitv. and should be on the
table of every Practioner. Read
adverisoment in this paper.
STUDY YOUR INTERESTS
and read the advetisement
"Greatest JVorlc of the
mUge," in thiB paper. june9 dm
Fresh Eggs and Yellow Butter
. . . 1 T J .1
can always do naa. xveau me
the advertisement " Greatest
Work of the age
Doty'a Wash ng Machine,
LATELY MUCH IMPROVED AND THE
N E W
Improved with Rowell'a Patent Double
Cog-Wheels, and the Patent Stop, are
now an questionably far superior to any
apparatus for washing clothes ever in
vantei, and will save tneir tneir cost
twice a year, by saving labor and clothes
Those who have used them give testi
mony as follows:
"We like our machine mucb;conId notbe
pursusded to 'ds without it and with the
aid of Doty, we feel that we are masters
of the position." Rev. L, Scott, Bishop
M. E. Church.
"It is worth one dollar a week in any
family." N. Y. Tribune.
"In the laundry of my house their is a
nerDetnal thanksgiving on Mondays for
. Bev. Theodore L. Cuyler
' Every week has given it a stronger
hold upon the affections of the inmates
ol the laundry." N. Y. Observer.
I heartily commend it to economists
of tiinr, money, and contentment.
Rev. Dr. Bellows.
'Friend Doty Your last improve
ment of your Washing Machine is a
coraplets success. I essure yon "our Ma
chine,' after a year's use, is thought
mote of to-day than ever, and wonld not
be parted with under any circumstances.'
Solon Bob in son.
' Your Washing Machine has been in
daily use in our laudry, and the house
keeper expresses herself as highly pleas
ed with it. It certainly accomplishes a
greater amount of work, with lrss ab or
and does not wear the clothes near so
much as the old fashioned wash-board.
By using it, one laun dress is dispensed
with " Wm. M. F. Bound, Superinten
dent of Infant Department of St Cath
arine's Nurse.-y, N. Y. City.
"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. I have also had
a Doty Washer for some three years
which we use every week, end conld not
-i - 1 . t : - i
easily Ket aionir wituum, x is kb luuu
as ever, and will last year's yet" E. D
Van Slyck, Esq., Editor of Dem. Repub
ican, Hamilton, N. Y.
The N Y. rFeekly Tribune, of Dec. 13
1869, in answer to a correspondent , says:
"Of Washers, there is none to be com
pared with Doty's,"
PRICES. aft fair Otter.
If the Merchants in your place will not
furnish, or send for the Machines, send
for Machines, send us the retail price,
Wasner $14, Extra Wringer $9. and we
will forward either or both machines,
free o: freight, to places where no one is
selling; and so sure are we they will be
I r ' 1 a a ' bVS
liked, that we agree to rotund tne money
oi any one wisuea 10 reiuru me luauiuuco
freeof freight, after a momhs's trial, ac
cording to directions.
No husband, lather or brother should
permit" the drudgery of wushing with
the hands, tmy-two days in the year
when it can be done better, more expo
aitioualy with less labor, and no injury
io tne garments, by a Doty Clothes Wush
er, and a Universal Wringer.
Sold by dealers generally, to whom
liberal diacountsTara made.
Hi C- Browning. Gen. Agent,
d uortlandt Street, New York
April 21, 1870, mos 3.
Having Returned From
tl fed 11 Bl lEI MJ3 V.
Call in at No. 3 Con weraal Block,
THE REDUCTION IN PRICES
Japanees Silk Putterusl8,00-13,
GLOVES, 50 2.
HOSE, 25 121,
" 50 35!
lELATOlSr O IE
ML I ,
New York with a very
AT THE FOLLOWING
85 BED SPREADS
T J COUNTRY STORE,
LINEN Handkrcfs, 25 IO
i m m 35 25
HOWARD SANITARY AID
For the'Reliaf "and Cure of ihe Erring
and Unfortunate, on Prindiples of
Essays on the Errors of Youth
and the a of Age. in relation to
Marriae Social bivils, with sanitary
a;A fn ha afflicted. Sent.free. in seal
ed Envelopes Addressg HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, Box tr. rniiaaeipnia,
Ahonlnto Divnrnps legally obtain
ed in New-York. Indiana, Illinois and
other States, for persons from any State
or uounuy, legai evetjuuciv, -. -'
drunkenness, non-support, etc., sufficient
tv.,.;i- nn .Wire nntil di
LHUBC, O .
,,K,lnrl AHvice free. .Business
yui v uuvwavwa
established fifteen years.
. -w rrrvrratr Attnrnev.
Address, -in. "
No 78 Fassau Street, New York litj
April 21, 1870. moa. 3:
A Farm of One Hundred
ACRES FOR NOTHING!!
A compilation with full an! accurate
explanations of the ttU-MCS i .aa;
LAWS enabling and instructing any
person how to secure one hundred acres
of rich farming land for nothing, six
months before leaving home, and in the
rechest and most productive portion of
th RRt West. If you contemplate
emigration send FIFTY CEETS for thia
Work. I on ill never regrei n i
M. E. MAYNABD, St. Louis, Mo,
Notice to Carpenters and Builders
We the undersigned Building Com
mittee of the lZth tteguiar .oapusi
Church in Eaton, Ohio, do hereby give
nnt!. that, on the 15th ot July, 1H7U
ar Iha ahnn nf A. A. Stokes, corner of
.Baron and Somers streets, win dc pre.
pared to present Drawings asd Specifi
cations lor the erection oi a apust
Church in this place. Contracts lor tbe
same will be let as follows :
Stone work, brick work, carpenter
work, plastering and painting sepa
rately or all combined, to tne lowest re
Sealed propositions to d presBmeu su
as to be opened on the Oth ol July, at
2 o'clock. P. M.
B.J.GEORGE, ) Bmlding
Alex.A. STOKES, V C o m mit
LE VI HARRIS, j tee.
July 7, 180w2prf.3,50
HOW TO MAKE GOOD
IN ONE DAY!
From Cider, Sorghum, Molasses,
Sugar, Wine or the juce of any
fruit. Directions Simple and
Easy. Cost not one-half that ot
the old process of allowing Ci
der to soar in the barrels.
Any one can make it. Full
Directions sent upon receipt of
Address, W, H. Bishop,
ST. IjOUMS, JVO
Manhood: Row Lost. How
.Tust miKlifilierl a nfv fdi
Eifei. tin-i . f Ttr f!nlt7-ruil l'a
fi Celebrated Essay oi. the
radical cure (without medi
cine) of Spermatorrhea, or
Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal
Losses, Impotency, Mental and Physical
Incapacity, Impediment to Marriaitv,
etc.; alto. Consumption, Epilepsy, ai id
Fits, induced by sell indulgence or sex u
BJB,Price, in a sealed envelope, only i3
The celebrated author, in this admira
ble essay, clearly demonstrates from a.
thirty years' .successful practice, that the
alarming consequences of sulf-nSuse may
be radically cured without tbe dangerous,
use of internal medicine or the applica
tion of the knife: pointing out a mode o f
cure at once simple, certain, and efFc
tuaL by means of which every sufferer, n o
matter what his condition may be, mo ,y
cure himself cheaply, privately, and ra d
teff Thia Lecture should be in 1 he
hands oi every youth aad every man in
Sent, under seal, ia a pluin envelop?,
to any address, postpaid, on receipt of
six cents, or two post stamps. Also,
Dr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide," price.
25 cents. Addiess the Publishers,
CHAS. J. C KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery, N Y., P. O. Box 4,58 S-
Nov 25, 1869 yl
5' g B
NOTICE TO AI . CREATION.
A FIRST CI. A
Shop on Decator an
Ohio just above lb
made New or r
Linked Chains re
on your Work, &
has inst opened
J Beech Sts. Eaton,
ed Tools, &c.
nnBired. Also Double
paired or made.
January. 27, 1
ck of I'cter
Iiivery, Weed, f S
WAVING bounht the stock
Q Buggies. Carriages and Ht
Shafncr, I am replenishing
stock, and will furnish Horses,
. . j
.sand buggies ior pleasure rviu'
ings. Funerals, c, at the lovres
Stable 1st door east of tbe Unic
tel, Main st.
. Ml. SJtJtkTMIiM2 Trot
Eaton, May26 '70, Cm.
Aft AAA A Y K A tt. G BEAT 1
Aw). WWW DUCMENT TO MALE AN
FKMALE AGENTS. We desire an a
tivn Awnt in every town, to whom wo
offer a chance to xa sot.
particulars address Israi.n.vrd
mo&k, Cleveland, Ohio
may 26 tf.
JOBS C. BONBP.
BONER c H0LDERMA.N,
Having recei.ttly associated as partners
in the Grocery Business, would infor.n
the public ths t they have now on baud a
good supply of
First Class Groceries such as
Tea, Coffee, Sugar, jmnasaeis
Spices, Candies, Soap, Tobacco
K Oiprtrs, DUlier, iici-ov.,
l,ard & Ejrus; FLOUR &
MEAL. Dried Fruits,
Dried Deef. Iub,
Baskets, &c, &e
This firm have the exclusive
AeVncy i" Enton. for the sale of the
CHAMPUN KEAPER; snd the
proved Dayton Sulky Hcrse Hake.
April 21, 18T0 m.s. 6.
JVJB If SIM OP.
.... i -J i,.. vim' nut una New
lUe urarr.,v- .-..- v .
Rbon ot.. osite Koninsu.i,v,u... - -
Machine Shop, on n.c r. .'
Hi-'h 8trets,is now prepared to do
tas n r .n it i r
.111 Kintls Heparins
. l.niniT hd vears O
prac .ca. c V? TZ?m r" , : n to U who
thQt if can ji conuoi -
may favor bim with their patrona-?.
Special aiieiiiiun St.
Plow & Wagon Work
JOS. F. BONAKER.
Eaton sep.3,fi8 tf.
Trt no AU KlSDS OF
lidgtd Tools, Heivy rorging anu
Ail AiuUB Ul
ON SHORT NOTICE !
Eaton, Febtu .iy 3. 1870 lyr.
Ohio F armers
LEROY MEDINA CO. 0,
Mncorporeetea Feb. ,
Cash Surplus, Sept.
29, 1869 .... $261,826 30
Losses Paid over - - - 27S.OOO OO
Insures Farm Property Only.
EXPENSES 1.ES9, in proportion to a
mount of business than anv other Com pany
doiii" bnsiness in Ohio, and fer
this reason its rates are lower than tbosa
of any other Company,
n- Without any rurtner LiaDinry,
O lias been in successful aseration
over twenty years, and by reason
of its low rates, fair dealing, and
prompt settlement of losses, has become
'.he most popu'ar Company in Ihe States
mo ng the Farmers. In case of Iota,
is Company pays the full valne of prop-
y destroy d by
en. Fire or Iiightning
th'.- amount insured. For Insur
up to r further information apply to
aucc. MtOIjJtMES. ,Mrt.
3 It d-partof.VoHlinm'rvOoHnrft
Fr ', ch TSS, Gratis, Prebie Co., O
ADDKl 'h, IrftiO.rrl.
ADO MCMf KOPCW
VINE Y A 2r nif.
SPEED'S K GRAPE WINEr
aled native Wins is
o of the Oporlive
rptl IS justly celb.
L made from the jnu
X made trom tue juu. nntry. Its valu-
Grape, raised in tun cc
Bble. J B ;T Properties
Tonic and Strengthen. er natiy. Wine
are Jtisurpassefl nsany oin Rrp
Bei g the pure juice oi tne -tonal sun.
ec" under Mr. Speer s own pe 'neness ir.
ervisioU, Its parity ana genui Wld
guaranteed. Ihe youngest c tfc-.
partake ot us generoni n ,
weskest invalid may use it lo ad , j
It is par'iculurly l:nchcil to the
and debilitaiec. anu '
ious ailments thot attl.ct tne weaaer
l in every re.iiect, A WINE TO
INVALIDS USE SPEKU S PORT
FEMALES USE SHEERS PORT
AVEAK1-Y PERSONS FIND A
BENEFIT 11Y ITS USE.
Spccr's Wines in Hospitals are prefer
red to other wines. .
SoU by Iruzgtts generally, ii
sell Speer.Sun.lard J-
Trade suppnea "J " ,7.
ee tnat :he Signature or Aiiri opcer.
I'assiac N. J.,tsover tne com w
A. SPEER'S Vineyard, New Jersey.
Office, No. 243 Broadwy, New York.
For Sale by J. P
i IMS v. CAMPBII.I.. JS. A. OILMOBBV
CAMl'BELL ft GILMORE,
(Successors to Gilmore k Cainpbell,
A.TT0RNEYS at LAW.
KOTARIB& PUBLIC, LAND AND
Gov't Claim Agents.
Oflioeat the old stand, on Ba -'
Jau. 1 H60. yl.