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stock, and
ill fum.ek Horses, Cexrieg
living
m .nil hnrma for sleaaare Bides, Wed
tngs, eunaceitv am.
rates. .
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tel. Main sC
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Eaton, May 26 T0, 6m.
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TAS3HSH WORK!
Edged Tool, Hevy Forging ace
AU saaes oi www"s
ON SHORT NOTICE!
Prices Reason. Die
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JOB V. oimn.t.
je. jt. aiutoaa
CAMPBELL k GILMORE,
(Successors to Oilsaore Campbell,)
ATTORNEYS at LAW,
NOTARl PUBLIC, LAND AND
Gov't Claim Agents.
EAMOAj. (MM.
Offioe at tke old stand, on Barron Street
Jen. 11870.yl.
New Advertisements.
VIHEYAIOSNEW JERSEY.
SPEER'S PORT 6RAPE WINE!
FOUR I'JEdTJK OXrJ.
rpHHjaatly oaibld native Wins is
X tnadf from thejuico of the Oporlira
Orapr, raised in hia conntrr. Its ala
Mi
Tonic and Strengthenii g Properties
ar unei.ri &saed bsanv other natiye Wine
liri g the pure juice of the crape, pro
ed under air. Speer's own personal sup
erviaiod, Ha purity and genuineness are
guaranteed. The youngest child may
I
:
partake o.
wenkest in.sliu may use it to advan - ee.
It ia par'icnlarly beaefieiei to the aged
end debilitated, aad i. sailed to MB ver
! Mas ailments that alB.et the weaker sex.
It is, in every respect, A WINE TO HE
RELIED ON.
INVALIDS USE SPKKK'S FORI
GRAPE WINE
FEMALES UH SHEER 8 PORT
GRAPE triNE.
WEAKLY PERSONS FIND A
BENEFIT BY ITS USE.
Speer's Wines in ileeeaeeie ere prefer
red to other wines.
Bold y Druggists generally, who also
ell Speer's Standard WSoe BHtera.
Trade supplied; by mH mi etesale Dealers.
See that the Strnatare- of Alfred Speer,
Passiac N. JMtsover ke cerh of
bottle
A SPIER'S Vineyard, New Jersey.
Office, No. Mf Broewy, New York.
For Sale by J. P. BtUJUJUJ OCH
Ri In Eaton. Ohio.
C Bos sr. John Haldkrmak
MEW FIRM,
BONER & HOLDERMAN
Having recently associated es partners
i the Grocery Business, would inform
the public that they have Stow on hand a
rood snnnlv of
I First Glass Grocfiries such as
Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses,
i Spices, Candies, Soap, Tobacco
i & Crfrae. Butter, Cheese,
Lard & Eggs; FLOUR &
MEAL. Dried Fruits,
Dried Beef, Tubs,
Bucket, Brooms,
Baskets, dec, Ac.
BSJv This firm have the exclneive
Arener t Eaton, for the sale of the
CHAMPUN REAPER; aad the im
prored Dayton Sulkv Horse Bake.
April 21, 1870 av. 6.
A Farm of One Hundred
ACRES FOB NOTHING! !
A compilation with full an accurate
exijlanationj of the HOMESTEAD
LAWB enabliajt and instraesing any
Hw to secure one hundred acre.
if rich farming land for aetW, sla
Ik. khnbuinff hams, and ia the
.i . . .J mt nroducttve portion of
t. r)r.t wit. If voo eoatemplsU
emigroUoo send FIFTY CEET8 for this
worn Xou will aevcr regret is i
M. E. M ATNABD, St Loess, Me,
Ohio Farmers
Insurance Companyll
LEROY MtulNA CO. 0,
:.?. '48'
Incorporated Feb
Charter Perpetual.
Cash Surplus, Sept.
39, 1889 - - - - 361,826 39
Lets Paid over ... 278,000 OO
Insures Farm Property Only.
EX HEN 8 IS LESS, in proportion to a
moant of ousinpas tban anv other Com
pany doing business in Ohio, and fer
this reason its rates are lower than thoau
of any other Company,
Without any Further Liability,
Has been in successful operation
over twenty yea's , and by reason
of its low rates, fair dealing, and
prompt settlement of losses, has become
the most popular Company in the States
among the Farmers. Ia caae of lo.s,
this Company pays the full value of prop
erty deatrn jd by
Wkre or IightMing,
ftp to the amount insured. Fer Insur
ance or further information apply to
G. JO. HOJLJTTF.S, JLg
FbrPVe5fe partofMonlgnHfryQountiat
AUUKtsa, orttu, Freble Co., O
Nov lltlt, ltSny.yrl.
Manhood: flow Lost How
. .-, Restored.
Just published, a new edi
tion f Br- ColTerwell
Celebrated Essay ou the
radical ewe (without medi
cine) of SruMAToaaaoia, or
Heesisal aTaaknass, Involuntary Seminal
liossee. Impotency, Mental aad Physical
Incapacity, Impediment! to Marriage,
etc. ; also, Consumption, apiiepsy, and
Fits, induced by self indulgence or sexu
al extravagance.
ajSjuPrice, in a sealed envelope, only 6
cents.
The celebrated author, in this admira
ble essay, clearly demonstrates from a
thirty years' successful practice, that the
alarming consequences of self-abuse may
be radically eared without the dangerous
u?e of internal medicine or the applica
tion of the knife; pointing; oat a mode of
at once simple, certain, and effec
tual, by means of which every sufferer, no
matter what his condition may be, may
care himself cheaply, privately, and rod
fealty.
UW This Lecture should be in the
bands ol every youth and every man in
the land.
Sent, under seal, ia a plain envelope.
to any address, potlpaid, oa receipt of
as cents, or two post stamps. Also,
Dr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide," price
86 cents Addtess the Publishers,
CHAS. J. C KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowery. N. Y., P. 0. Box 4,586.
Nov 86, 1869 yl
HOWARD SANITARY AID
ASSOCIATION
tw...j n ts-rrin
V Ul tUVI awCitv-.s onu waaaw -.w n
and Unfortunate, on Prindiples of
Christian Philanthropy.
Essays on the Errors of Youth
and the a of Age. ia relation to
Marriae Social ttvila, with sanitary
aid for the afflicted. Sent,frce, in eeal
ed Euvelopes. Addreaag HOWARD
ASSOCIATION, Box P. Philadelphia,
Pa. feblO.ieO-yrl
Fanners' Wives.
how to make good
0 ill D fl m II-if i ni V fl AD
OiaUilBTiYIilliUllIi
IN ONE DAY !
From Older, Sorghnmr Molasses,
Sugar, Wine or the juce of any
fruit. Directions Simple and
Easy. Cost not one hnlf tbat of
ti.e old process of allowing Ci
der to sour in the barrels.
Any one ean make it. Pull
Directions sent upon receipt of
FIFTY CENTS.
Address, W, H. Bishop,
jne2 3m
ST. JLOU18,
VEW gLACKSMITH gHOP.
NOTICE TO ALL CREATION.
rime nndersi;
X A FIRST
g-nec has just opened a
Class blacksmith
Shop on Oecator and Beech Sts. Eaton,
Ohio just above the Brewery.
Horse-Shoeing, Plows, Harrows,
Wagons, Edged Tools, Ac.
made New or repaired. Also Doable
l-inked Chains repaired or made. Bring
cm your Work, Satisfaction Warranted.
CHRISTIAN SMITH.
Jannary. 21, 1870-yrL
JoKn Mileman s Utttate.
OTICB ia hereby given that the an
N
dersigned has boen duly appointed
and qualified executor of the last Will
a-d testament oi John Hileman, late of
Preble connty Ohio, deceased.
MICHAEL FILBERT.
J. H. Foos, Att'y.
Sept. 22, t870 prf tl,76 w3
Attachment Notice.
O. "W. Morer uVtff 1 Before J. Mc
Johnathan Guntle
Defendant.
1
Lean, J. P. of
Twin Township,
Preble County,
I Ohio,
N the 24th dav of SenUmber, A. D.
J 1870. said Justice issued an order
ot attachment in the above action for the
sum of ten dollars and forty cents.
G. W. MOYER.
West Alexandria, Ohio, October 5, "7
Octl870w8 prf $1,75.
A AAA A TEAR. GREAT IN
DUCMENT TO MALE AND
FEMALE AGENTS. We desire an ac
tive Agent in every town, to whom we
offer a chance to make money, b or full
(particulars address Bratkard A Wbt-
UoaE, Cleveland, Ohio. may 2 t
Dealers ia First Class
Familj Groceries
North-Baron street, EATON, 0.
9, 1870.yrl.
SUBSCRIBERS
FOR THE
Democrat.
-:0:
PAYUP
YOUR
SUBSCRIPTION, i
Cin'ti Hamilton & Dayton R. R.
Lima, Fort Wayne,
and the JXortn west,
For Richmond, Coonersville,
Roshville, Cambridge City,
Dayton,
Chicago
Sandasky, Cleveland and Buf
falo, Toledo, Detroit and all
Points in Canada.
Trains ran to and from CINCINNA
TI ae follows:
ABSIVE. DEPART.
Dayton Express.. 7.00a m 3.30 p. m.
Davton Express. ..1 15 p. m 110 p. m
Dayton Express ...9.46 pat 6.30 am.
Toledo, Detroit and
Canada... 7.30am 10.ZU p m
Ft Wayne, Toledo, De
troit and Canada .. 63U p m o.9Ua a
Lima and Fort
Wayne 3.40 p m 10.40 a m
Sandnsky Cleveland
and Buffalo 7 (JO a m 6.25 pm
B.llefontaine Accom
modation 3 .10 p m 10 40 a m
Sandusky. Cleveland
and Buffalo 9.45pm 6 30am
Indianapolis and Ft
Wayne 7.00 am 10.20 p m
Indianapolis Express5 00 p m 10.40 a m
Richmond and Chica
go 7.80 a m 10.20 p m
Rich ..ond and Chica
go 7.00 p m 10.10 a m
Hamilton Accommo
dation 9.30 a m 1.45 p m
Hamilton Accommo-
dat on 5 50 a m
Hamilton Accommo
dation 8 05 a ra
The 9.46 r. u. TJrain for Sandnsky,
Cleveland and Buffalo, daily, Saturdays
excepted. On Saturdays the Beltefon
taine Accommodation will be run to
Sandusky,
the Dayton Express Train departing
at 9.45 P.M., and arriving at 6.30 x. M.
run daily. All other trains daily, Sun
days excepted-
Trains run by Columbne time, which
is seven minutes taster than Cincinnati
time
Cincinnati Offices are 115 Vine St.;
No. 80 Foaith street; North-east corner
Front and Broadway. Main and Levee,
and Depot corner Fifth and Hoadley
streets. SAM'L STEVENSON,
octiatf Geaeral Ticket Agent
RAILROADS.
A Royal Train,
BELIEVE ME Ml
The Finest Coaches in the World
ON THE
Ejhil:
AND
Atlantic A Great Western Hallway
This line is pronounced b experienc
ed railroad men to be the best and most
comfortable rout to
New York. Boston,
And all Eastern points.
On account of the great superiority of
its track, and the com forts of its huts-
roaa Sleeping and Drawing Room Coach
a,
THE SIN EST IS THE "WORLD
Lit with Gas and heated by Hot-water
Pines raaninr alone the base of the
' sides aad ender ihe seU; no tn ides of
; xne magnificence oi tnese ooacnes may
be forme I by the fact that each
COST VF.M 99m
Cin
These coaches run throaga
cinnali to New York withowt
No other line pretends to offer to the
traveling publ-'c lb coareniewoe aad
comforts of the Broad Gauge rente, aad
tne rreat increase of travel over this
line daring the last six months felly de
mon st-ate that the traveling public will
support and patronize the Tine offering
the most comfortable accommodations
3 LIGHTNING EXPRESS TRAINS
leave Cincinnati for New York, Bea
ton and all points East es follows:
7.00a m Cin'ti Expmes, except Sundays
1.15 p ra N Y. Express, except 8e nd ays
9.45 p m Night Express, dally.
For all imformation as to time, con
nections, ice, please call at the Com
pany's Offices 80 West Fourth street;
115 Vine street; No. 4 Burnet Hoere;
rfrnr Prftn t and RrnftdwAV .liA .t the
Cincinnati.
WM. R. BABB,
General Pasfcena-er Agent, New York.
W. B SHATTDC,
General Southern Agent, Cincinnati.
,
t
!
Everjtbing to be
GROUND!
A NEW FIR. XVI.
J. P. ACTON fe OO.
aving formed a new partnership,
pose in the tuture, as in me
. , . 1 1 u-.Aa f Inmlipr
?aat, to enna out , , '
Uo;n Posts. &c They also
H
propose, to grind and keep constan tly on
fiand fo. sale, riorn, Oats, Bve, Barley
and nil kinds of Uorse ana uow rwa.
Call and see, and then you'll khow.
Thankful for past favors, tbey solicit a
continuance of the pablio patronage.
Aug 4, 1870,-tf.
Notice
6TS and Advertisers.
This Paper Cannot Be Run
WITHOUT MONEY!
$500,00 On Our Books for
Subscription!
We Cannot Live on Promises II
Yon who subscribed and pro
mised to pay afterHarvest jShoold
recol leet that we are dependent
oa yon for what is justly onrav
Let every one come np and set
tle, and thus keep oa going.
? 0W
. 0Q 1 i
Dayton & Eaton Omnibus
Line.
THB undersigned will ras a laHf
Omnibus line between Dayton an I
Eaton, as follows :
Leave Eaten daily at 5 SO a. as., arri
ving at Dayton nt 10 a. m.
Leave Dayton at 1 p. av, arriving
at Eaton at 6 30 p. m.
Prompt connections atadewith Nat th-
ern trains at Dayton.
Passengers will be called fer Ve seast
ing their address at the Donp Howaa,
Dayton, and the E xrees Once, at
the Drug S'.ore of J. P. p Brook las A Bess,
Eaton, O.
All orders andcommiaaiwaa a
attended to. JAB, TOBB1
jae. 1 tS-yrl.

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