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TOWN AND COUNTRY!
I 7'his Column will henceforth be
"ievotedto Notices of the bustness
novelty and enterprise of the town
f Eaton and County. All the
nformation it contains will be
larcfullu written and can be re-
!'ed upon with a view to
iving correct ideas aa to what is
oing on in this business locaity
,f ours. All items of interest to the
Public will be thankfully reeieved.
WEDDING CA BD8 Elegantly
otten up Wedding Card are fur
ished promptly this Offloe.
Important Change of R. R. Time.
Cincinnati, Richmond & Chicago
Cincinnati, Richmond & Chicago RAILROAD.
We "ore indebted to S. S. Dix,
or accommodating ticket agent
it this point for the following
(hange of time on the C. R. A C.
Railroad, which took effect Suu
ay, July 81, 1870. Trains will
Urrive at Eaton as follows:
J TRAINS HOKTuWARD BOVU.
Freight. - - - 4.20. a. tn.
Jihicago Express, - - 9 22. p. m,
Chicago Mail, -
TEAINS SOUTHWARD BOUND.
E Chicago Express,
9 22, p.m
We will give the change of
Kime in full next week.
Eeligoub Notice. Rev. T. S
fcnthrie will preach in the Chris
kian Chaple on the corner, of Ba
ron and Suiuen streets, on Sun-
Bay evenirg next, at 8 o'clock.
eAII are invited.
Eaton is delighting in music
furnished by Lock wood's Band.
The weeds look very fine in
wnany yards in town.
The yonng men of Eaton,
fheld a "Sangerfost" lust Sunday
Few ladles dress in high
fashion. Low necked dresses are
Matrimonial markets are
quiet. Noboily slaughtered, for
See new Advertisement, of
"Grind ! Grind!! Grind!!!"
Select Bull A ug. 5th at Mi
; Grand Social Pic-Nic at
Buckley's Grove, on Saturday,
August, 13th. All invited.
The editor of the Register
was "vimmy and snappy' iast
week. Much fragrance wasted
on the defert air.
"Love among the Koses"
whispering over the Ice Cream
tables of Joe Garland's.
Our hotels soem to be doing:
a very good businees in spite of
the extreme heat.
Several cases of "think of my
bead in the morniDg' were re-
ported ist week. All on ac
count of the fr4her, yoa kuow
Onr markets are- qow well
supplied wit ol! kinds of garden
triick, nnd prices are such as to
come within the means of all
Harvest is about over, and
the farmers will soon have plen
ty of money. Now is the time
for our merchants to advertise
in the Democrat, of course.
Paper Baloon amusements
are all "the go" jott now in the
locality of Wise's Bath Room a
mong the juveniles of this place.
Everybody throughout old
Preble should subscribe liberally
toward tlie building of the new
Lake Shore Railroad. Shame on
bim who gives this grand enter
prise the "cold shoulder."
Can't an ordinance be pass
ed tor the benefit of those lazy
skunks, who habitually loaf
aronnd our corners? They are
getting to be a great nuisance.
Until we can get oat among
our country patrons, our address
is at Eaton. We intend in a
week or two to call on all the
Democrat subscribers, as near as
we can. Those that call on us
however, will save the extra 50
All is quiet about town.
Borne scrimmages on the plains
do not seem to have loft the usu
al amount of animosity or lessen
ed the gallantry of the octogen
rrian (who was one of the parties
toward the blooming lass of
sweet sixteen. Partioulars not
peeded id this locality.
The National Democratic Exe
cutive Committee desire to ob
tain the name and post office ad
dress of the chairman of all State
and County Committees; also,
that of all Democratic and Con"
servative candidates for Congress.
I'ti is information is desired to
enable the Committee to supply
documents, etc., to any locality
The address should be sent to
Hon. Samuel J. Randall, chair
man, Washington, D. C. All
Democratic papers throughout
the country are desired to copy
Another Wonder. Well! well!
Whoever heard" of such a thing
We never did before. Whoever
heard ofa Dentist ever making
a person's mouth feel good. It
was the last thing we expected to
hear. But Dr. Tattle did it.
He just left on our table a feast
o f the most delicious Luwton
blackberries of the season, and
all we have to say is, that if any
of our readers want any Dentist
ry done, for tbemto go to the Dr.
and if he hurts just tell him to
slip a Law-ton in your mouth, it
will stop all pain there, for they
are so large they will leave no
room for pain.
A Recent Scene in Town.
On Saturday last.a young fel
low from the country came to
town barefooted, after arriving
he came to the conclusion that
he ought to be "shoed," accord
ingly he went to a vender of the
article and purchased a nice pair
of gaiters, and then started to
find a pair of "stockihgs." En
tering a ladies' furnishing store
on Main street the following
Young man "got any stock
Lady clerk "3'ee, sir.
Young man "I want a pair."
Lady clerk shows him some
ladies hose. Young man setcts
pair pays for them sits down
rolls up his pants sufficiently
high pulls on stockings pulls
n gaiters remarks "now I'm
Preble County Institute.
The seventeenth annual sess
ion of the Preble County Insti-
tute will be held iu Eaton on the
8th of August and continuing
The services of Mr. Alexander
Forbes of Cleveland Ohio, have
been secured. Mr. Forbes is
among the best Institute workers
in the State. He comes from a
city of model schools and model
Mrs. J. H. Joues of Cincinnati,
who was with us last year, will
bo nresent again this year. Her
1 ' w
work will be on "Primary in
structiou" in general.
IRENE HARDY, Pres.
S. MORE SUREACE, Sec'y
Want a situation
Want to sell a horse,
Want to Bell a Patent,
Want to sell a buggy,
Want to buy a horse,
Want to rent a house,
Want a cheap boarding place,
Want to find anything you
Want a girl for any kind of
Want to get buyers for any
thing you have to Bell,
For a trifle you can tell your
wants through the columns of
the Democrat, and it will be Bure
to reach the ears of those who
ceo respond to your wants. A
thorough trial will insure sue
cess, "raint heart never won
1 here was quite a demonstras
Uou at the Depot on Monday
evening last, the occasiton of the
first through train to Chicago
over this route. The Cornet
Band discoursed some fiue music
and the cannon belched forth its
joy in thunder tones.
The Democrat Job Office
We mean business, when we
call your attention to our job do
partment. Posters, Pic-Nic Bills
Sale Bills, Cards, Programmes,
Bill Heads, &c, can beprocurred
at this office at Cincinnati prices.
Try us on:e.
On Friday last the I X L B B C
of this place west to Camden to
swing the willow with the Awk
wards of that place. The Cam
den club had the game their own
way until the 8th inning, and
victory was almost in their gras
when fickle fortune changed the
game. In that inning the I X Lb
bv some fine batting: scored 22
runs which won the game.
Our boys looked well in their
new uniform, which consists ofa
blue and white cap, white shirt,
blue knee breeches and white
stockings. The score:
IX L O R I Awkwards O
Walters as 2 6 1 Early lb
Holmes c 2 6 1 Cochran 2b 3
Acton lb 2 5 1 Overholts j 1 2
Minshall 3b 4 4 Barnelt an 2
Shealor H 2b 2 7 Eshelinan r 2
Nelson 1 4 3 1 Fornshell 4
Fisher r 4 5 1 Brower p 3
Shealor D p 2 5 I Overholts 2
Stephens m 5 3 1 Clabby m 5
Total 27 44 Total 27 37
Inning 12345678 9 Total
IXL 411333 3 22444
Awkwrd6 2 1 7 4 5 4 3 537
I X ! 3. Awk'd 6
Passed balls " 15,
Bases on balls " 0.
Struck oat " 2.
Left on bases " 9.
Umpire, W. E. Hawley.
Scorers, A. S. Robison, Awkwards.
Scorers, A. S. Robison, Awkwards. Jack H. Gilmore, I X Ls.
There is a lot of lazy lounging
worthless scoundrels around our
town, who think they do smart
things by prowling aronnd our
streets, when all decent, and
honest people have retired and
destroy private property, lhe
meanest lowest conduct of this
kind is the continual destruction
of the pump in front of our of
fice. The last act of vandalism
these dirty, lousy scoutdrels
committed, was to carry off the
spout. We are requested to po
litely notify these night vaga
bonds, tbet they will be watched
heroafter, and if caught, it has
been resolved by a few respecta
ble citizens, to givo them a coat
of tar and feathers, or publicly
horse whip them out of our town.
Now go on witb your work of
Hurrah for Woman's Rights.
We stop the Press and
our "forms is "insert a ireezer
of most deliciour Ice Cream and
a splendid cake, the kind remem
brance of the Woman's Rights
Association of Eaton. Such
treats are never "crowded out,"
and such Women's Rights will
always find advocates in t b e
Democrat office. We are con
verted to the cause ! Ladies con
sider our beavers slightly tipped.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
Boner 4 Haider man.
White Wheat Flour, 1001b 3 30
Red Wleat Flonr, 100tt 3 50
Wheat, per bushel 1 10
Corn, per bushel 76
Oats, per bushel 40
Rye. per bushel 75
Beans, per bushel 2 50
Salt, per bl 2 75
New Orleans Molasses, gal. . 90lOO
Golden Syrup, per gallon 601 00
Bacon. (sides and ham) lb. .. . 20fo)2i
New Orleans sugar, lb 12J15
Coffee, per lb
Lard, per lb
Butter, pei lb
Eggs, per dozen
Bacon (Hog round) per Q.
White Fish, half bl
Herring, per half bl
Potato s, per bushel
Apples, per barrel
lined peaches per To
Dried Apples, perlb
Clover seed, per bushel
Timothy seed, per bushel. . .
STRAYED OR STOLEN!
From the residence of the sub
scriber 1 miles south of West
Alexandria, on the Winchester &
Alexandria pike, a DARK BAY
HORSE, 3 years old, about 16
bands high; has one while
hind foot, and a star in his fore
head. Both shoulders are sore
from the rubbing of the collar,
and both knees are scarred. A
liberal reward will be paid to any
person returning the animal, or
giving information that will lead
to his recovery.
THE CRAIG MICROSCOPE
This Microscope is simplified
aud adapted to popular as well
as scientific use. A new optical
wonder ! This is the only instru
ment of high power which requir
es no focal adjustment, and there
fore can be readily used by every
one, even by children. Costing
only Two Dollars and Seveuty
five Cents, by mail, post paid, it
is withiu reach of all in the com
munity, and should bo on the
table of every Practioner. Read
adverisemeut in this paper.
A SCIENTIFIC W( NDER. j
The Craig Microscope adapted
lO popular and SCieUUUC US.
Read advertisement. Price $2.75.
Be sure you read the advertise
meiit "Greatest Work of
the Jtge," in this paper, j 9.3m
vertisement of W. H. Bishop, in
this paper. jnne9.3m
. Wonderful Jtticroscope
Rev. Daniel Wise, D. D., editor
of the -ew York Sunday School
Advocate, thus speaks of the cel
ebrated Craig Microscope :
" Its simplicity, cheapness acd
great magnifying power struck
me with surprise, lhen 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 sa.; 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
honr, 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 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 will 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 anu
cheap, and never losses its inters
est. Agents and dealers suppli
ed on liberal terms. A sar.:ple
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
STUDY YOUR INTERESTS
and read the advetisement
- Greatest Work of the
Jlgefi in this paper. june9 3m
See change of R.R. time table
Anyone Call maK3 If. oee
Grind ! Grind !
Everything to be
A NEW FIRM.
J. P. ACTON & CO.
Having formed a new partnership
propose in the future, as in the
past, to grind out all kinds of Lumber
Lath, Fencing Posts, &c. They also
propose, to grind and keep constantly on
hand foi sale, forn, Oats, live, Barley
and all kinds of Horse and Cow t icJ.
Call and see, and then you'll kho.
Thankful for past favors, t'.ey sofcit a
continuance of the public patronage.
Aug. 4, 1870,-tf
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE!
fowJMt 't:.sns oi.it.
fflHIS justly celebrated native Wine it
I made from the inico of the Oportive
Grape, raised in thij country. Its valu
Tonic and Strengthenin g Properties
are unsurpassed bsany otner native n ine
Bei g the pure juice ol the grape, pro
ed under Mr. Speer's own personal sup
ervisiod, Its purity and genuineness are
guaranteed. The youngest cbild may
partake of its generous qualities, nnd the
weakest invalid may use it to idvnn - ge.
It is particularly beneficial to the aged
and debilitated, and is suited to the var
ious ailments that affl.ct the weaker sex
It is, in every respect, A WINE TO SE
INVALIDS USE SPEER'S PORT
FEMALES USE SHEER S PORT
"WEAKLY PERSONS FIND A
BENEFIT BY ITS USE
Speer's Wines in Hospitals are prefer
red to other wines.
Sold by Druggists generally, who lso
sell Speer's Standard Wine Bitters,
Irade supplied by all wl olesale JJealers.
See that the signature ot Allr"d hpeer.
Passiac J.,i8 over the cork ot eac-j
A. SPEER'S Vinevard, Naw Jersej.
Office, No. 243 BroadwKy, Xew York.
For Sale by J. P. BROOKINS A SON
B9 lvr Elton. Ohio.
JOSIAH DAVIS, Plaintiff
ff I Belore J. Mc
V Lkak. j. r. of
t. J Lanier tp., Pre-
G. W. Miller, Oef
bie county, Ohm.
ON the 8th day of jvly, A. 1. 1870,!
Miid justice issued an order of At
tachaaeot in the above action for the
sum of 16,78.
West Alexandria, iui.t 28, 1870 w3 pd.
auth0t the .said defendant is indebted to
iltichnrd B. Wilson, plt'ff Preble Cou.t
i. ilson, plt'ff 1 Preble C
vi. of Com
. Phelps, Deft j Plena In
VTELSON P. PHELPS, of the State
1.1 of Illinois,
will take notice, that
Utchaid 15 W.lson, ot the Slate of Illi
nois, did, on the 11th day of June, A. D
1870, file his Petition in the Court of
Common Pleas within and lor the couii
tv ' Preble and State of Ohio, ajrainst
soid pliiintiffin the sum of Five Thou
sand Dollars with, interest thereon from
August 1st, laC9, being in part for the
purchase mom y of certnin Keal Et:ite
situate in I.eningston comity, Illinois,
sold aud conveyed to the delen lant, by
the plaintiff in January. I860, &c, &c
And on lhe 11th day of Jane 1870. a.i
order of attachment was issued from said
Court, in said action on the ground that
said dtlendant is a uon 'resident of the
Slate of Ohio, and on the 15th day ol
June, A D. 1870, the same was levied on
the following property of the ilefendmit
to wit. A certain tract or parcel of land
situate lying and being in the county of
rreble and tstare ol Ohio, and known by
being the South east quarter of section
"oraber eight (8) ir. township number
eight (8) of range nuruber one (1) east.
ItfC. Containing one hundred and sixty
teres be the same more or less.!!
Plaintinr prays judgment on said claim
(or the amount above named, and asks
fvr sale of said property, and that the
proceeds arising therefrom may be ap
plied in payment of said claim.
Tho said Nelson P. Phelps is notified
that he is required to appear and answer
said petition on or before the 3rd day of
September A. D. 1870.
W A LIVE K & WALKER
Campbell & Gilmore, Attorneys.
Attest D B. Morrow, Clerk.
July 14, 1870 w6, prf. $20.
Daniel Stump, Pit ff, ) Preble Com.
vs. r leas in fur
Mai iahStump.et.al dfts tition.
MARIAH STUMP, of Darke county,
Ohio, Albert Avery and Hannah
Mariah Avery of Preble, county, Ohio.
and John D. Baker of Montgomery coun
ty, Ohio, will take notice that a Petition
was hlf d against them in the Court of
Common Pleas, within and for the conn,
ty of Preble by Daniel Stump and is
now pending, wherein the said Daniel
Stump demands partition of the follow
ing roul estate to wit: Situate in the
county of Preble and State of Ohio, and
bounded and described as follows, to wit:
Being all of the north half of the north
east quarter of section number thirty-
six (-() 'n township number six (h) ol
r nge number thre TS" east 4c, con
taining 80 acres of land more or less.
And that at the next term of said
Court, the said Daniel Stump will apply
tor an order that partition may be made
made of said premises.
CAMPBELL & GILMOBE,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
Attlest D. B. Morrow, Clerk.
July 14. 1870 wfipff $14
unlike all other
Sitters in the
Most Bitters, so
called, are merely vrishiwaahy stuff".
sold as a beverage. Dr. Roback'sf
Bitters are not a beverage tn anm
sense of the word, but contain the
most expensive drugs known to
science for the radical cure oj
Indigestion and Dyspepsia, and
for all cases where a tonic and
restore the vital
forces in a re
and give tone to
It is now eleven
years since Dr.
Roback, the cel
den, came to this
country and introduced the Scan
dinavian Blood Purifier; since
which time thousands have been
cured, by its use, of Scrofula and
other blood diseases. It contains,
besides tte Iodide of Potassa and
Syrup of Stillingia, drags import
ed from Sweden for its express
manufacture, unknown and not
kept by apothe
caries tn this
single trial will
convince the most
skeptical of its
Blood Pills are
any Pill manu
factured for a
One trial inva
riably establishes them as favorites
with all who use them.
The reasons why Dr. Roback's
Blood Pills should be kept in ev
ery family are : Because they can
be employed in all cases where a
"family physic " is required, and
are perfectly safe in their admin
istration at all times; Because
they are made
both with and
adapting them to
the use of every
they can be pur
chased at any
drug store at the
price of twenti-
Jive cents per
For Sale by Druggists
and Dealers in Patent
D h U U D
HOW TO MAKE GOOD
IN ONE DAY!
From Cidt-r, Sorghum, Molasses,
Sugar, Winn or the juce ot any
fruit. Directions Simple and
Easy. Cost not one hnlf that of
tl.e old process of allowing Ci
der to t-our in the barrels.
Any one can make it. Full
Directions sent upon receipt of
W H Rtehnn
ST. IjOWJMS, JfMO
HO ff ARD SANITARY AID
For the Reliof and Cure of the Erring
and Unfortunate, on Prindiples of
Essays on the Errors of Youth
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DANZIGER & LAKE.
The Largest Prices in Cash paid for
of all kinds, or otherwise
THE BEST SOAPS
will lie given in exchange. Apply st
the factory east ol the Oepot,
DANZIGFR & LAKE,
April 28. 1870: tf.
A Farm of One Hundred
ACRES FOR NOTHING!!
A compilation with full an' accurate
explanationj of the HOMESTEAD
LAWS enabling and instructing any
person how to secure one hundred acres
of rich farming land for nothing, six
montns uo'yre leaving heme, and in the
rechest and most productive portion of
the Great West. If yon contemplate
emigration send FIFTY CEETS for this
Work. You will never regret it !
M. E MAYNABD, St. Lonis, Mo,
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Notice to Carpenters and Builders
"We the underjienod Building Com
mittee of the 12th Regular baptist
Church in Eaton, Ohio, do hereby give
notice, that, on the 15th of July, 1870
at thf shop of A. A, Stokes, corner of
Baxow and Soruers streets, will be pre
rared to present Drawings and Soft in
Rtions lor lhe erection of a Baptist
Church in this place. Contracts for tbe
same will b 'ct as follow :
Stone woik, brick work, carpenter
work, plastering ana p&inung sepa
rately or all combined, to tho lowest re
Sealed propositions to be presented so
as to be opened on the 20th of July, at
2 o clock V. M.
B. J. GEORGE.
Alex. A. STOKKS,
LEVI II A KRIS,
Bui Id injur
tce. July 7, 1870w2prf $3,50
EW BLACKSMITH CHOP.
NOTICE TO ALL CREATION.
rihe onderigneo has jnst opened a
IA FIRST Ci.ASS BLACKo'MJTH
Shop on Decator and liecch Sts. Eaton,
Ohio just above the Brewerr.
I lorse-Shoeing, Plows, Harrows,
Wagons, Edged Toole, Sic.
made New or repaired. Also Double
I inked Chain repaired or made. Briny
on y-ur Work, tSatiifaotion Warranted.
January. 27, 1870-yrl.
loHS V. CAMPBELL.
JAS. A . OII.MORE
CAMTBELL k GILMORE,
f.Snecessorf to Oilmore & Campbell,)
ATTORNEYS at LAW,
SOTARIE& rUliLIC, LAND AND
Gov't Claim Agens.
Olio at the old Uui, on iiar. . .! Sui-ct
Jan I 1870 yt
EAvery, 1'eeH 4 Sale Stable
HAVING bought thff steek of Horses,
Buggiex. Carrisg-ee anff Back of I'eter
Skafner, I m repl-nisriiig lh entir
stock, and will furnish II or ' arf?aC
es nd buggies for pleasure Hidef, Wied--ings.
Fuuerals, fcc, at the lowest liylri
rt.les ' -
Stalile 1st door cast of the Union Ho
tel, Main st.
S. It. SAJTMPlsE Prop'tor.
Eaton, May 26 '70, Cm.
0 fff A YEAH ORE AT
WiWWU DUCMENT TO MALE ,
FEMALE AGENTS. We dexire an ac
tive Agent in every town, to whom wc
offer a chance to akf. worr. For full
particulars address Bhainabo ft Wrr
MofcE, Cleveland, Ohio. may 2 tf.
John C Boxcp. Johx Hai.dkkuax
BONER & HOLDERMA.N
Having recently associated as partner
in the Groceiy Business, would inform
he public that they have now on hand
pood supply of
First Class Groceries such as
Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses
Spices, Candiec, Soap, Tobaeco
& Cigars, Butter, Cheese,'
Lard & Eggs; FLOUR
MEAL. Dried Fruits,
Dried Beef, Tuba,
Baskets. &c, Ac.
gaja Tbis firm have the exclusive
Apency in Eaton, for the sale of tho
CHAMPUN REAPER; and the im
proved Dayton Snlkv Horse Rake.
April 21, 18T0 m'os. 6.
TO DO ALL KINDS OF
r3 'lEdffed Tools. Heavy Forging and'
All kinds oi Jobbing
g : ON SHOUT NOTICE !
; afvrrices u easonaoie
.Eaton, Febmaryid, IHU lyr.
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over twenty years, and by reasoa
of it low rates, --fair (hulinjr, aad
preempt soitiHteut of losses, has become
the most poplar Company in iba States
among the Furmers. In case of lofty
ibis Company pays thi fill vain i of propJ
crty destryid rry
JFtre or B.iltttnng,
up tn lie aroouni insured. For Intur
alien or further inforin.it ion itpp'y to
g. n. iiortti.s, .f'f-ii
for P -'e vitarlofMunlrnm'ruC')utit.
ADDlESB, Gratia, Prooio Co., O
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