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[...], Richmond & Chicago R. R.
[...] NORTHWARD BOUND.
ti. - 129- m-!ti.
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[...] SOUTHWARD BOUND.
12. 40, p. in
[...] [...] the County !!
[...] OF THE EATON DEMOCRAT,
Eaton, O., 1870-1871
vrrtieers end the Public in Gcn
e would respectfully call your
i to your adver'iseinjr in he
Ohio Weekly democrat,, and
iqg a share of your patronage
r ourselves that strict attention
pplied as will make it Hi object
our orders both as regard die
price ; Composition. Uop'ng
oia'vou, and receive your order.
f Remain yours Respectfully.
x "A," Katou, Preble Co. O.
nges please send their wrappers
[...] also send
'or oiiristrtias guts anu
welry, clocks, watch,
pc, at prices that defy com
call on Schlenker.
dvettisementa solicited of
lueints man in the town
le Democrat a call.
Weathkk. We are ccr-
tjnytt.g one of the mild
ters so tar mat nas neen
Iiy years, out one snow oi
nil has fallen but little
uid some days a geuiul
one. This is certainly a
to the needy poor.
re understand our towns-
ir. wiinam r lugg. nas in
ie project of e-titbliehing
ting School in tnc nttc and
l.-t room ot tne new mwn
Nhicli will ullord fsleaaurc
lovers of the 'fantneiic!
IVc are fust itUing on
Irs in OUT town. t
hundred new SUUcritri--Vn.r.l
fr the Eaton Wkeklv .
imv ie tiau
l in remedy:
ihcnrrt h young man in out
the blues. '
od story i told of a bach-
io had the bluei, and,
himself sick, applto'i ttij
r for some nwdicine.
inquired into in case.ami
a prescription in Latin.
the bachelor took to a
lore. l ransiateii, the pre
read, '"Seventeen yard
with a woman in it."
il.c tlrugeist got -through
Ig, the. bachelor proposed
y that evening, and was
in trt ti week1.
....... f,,.. I.-p..v-u W.
Iter J an nary l-.
i ., - . .
it niuiiiii. issue a mi ue-i
hcot tor the eilificaiiou ot
oaeph Fisberte now receiving a
1 supply ol rail x inter Ap
lor a srooil article ol mill live
In early icall.
tE Improvement. "Ve last
kg paid a visit to the 'cozy'
Office of Mr. J. U. Foos,
in law ma'ters, but to see
iprovcment. lie lias built
and a hue one too, quite
lament in its neighborhood.
glad to see our Lawyers
is their taste in building:
with Mr. Foos residence,
wo good improvements.
io by, wc bcliev Mr. Foos
sident of our new Railroad.
Ill ti a lie to say about it? lie
our worthy Mayor, and
new Town Hall is nearly
Id, what about the
ft House that we can buy
eggs, dre, without going
dry goods add trimmings
For thcrn; and when is that
Fire Engine coming
rnanv Questions, these,
ley are our wants,
:ome sooner or later.
icrt. An audacious thief
paid a midnight visit to the fami
lery and Stationary store of Mr.
Eidson on Main street, oyposite
Elouie an Tacsdoy night, Decent'
h they forced their entrance
out a pane of glass in front door
treated the safe with contempt
I ur stairs, where Mr. Eidson and
Inbbcll where asleep and eery quiet
It through each ones clothes, re
b Mr. Eidson of f 183.57 Habbell
DO passing down stairs and oat
Ick way, there was other articles
li from the cTse also, the many
ICS of this a,nd"o'her kinds going oa
uiasr. snows tus necessity
vigilance up, our qity dad and
iaens resorting to the means
t w a
ig (n uDsiaauai,winaiow snntters
More Go ahead We understand
thai oor enterprising towustnsn, Griffen
II- Eidson, of the firm of Eidson A De-
groot, intends in the spring to add 50 to
'' " to Ae depth of their store
. L T - 1 1 . 1 At lli A finaaet Prtnm
for I tore purposes this side of Cincinna
heinr 165 feet deep. They are deal
", Hardware, Leather, Shoe Find
; ing, "Suits, una, uiaas, no agri
cultural Implements of all kinds. Pat
ronise t'.eas, iliey are alwajs ready and
prompt, and sell as low as in Cincinnati
Kor Christmas Qroceiies, call on Jo
seph Fisher k Co., and John Rhea, their
goods are freh and of the best quality,
especially those articles that go in
mince pies. Don't your mouth water.
Some editor who was prob
ably iusace or had a strong and
vivid imagination, recently got
off the following item, if true:
' I Mad a dream the other night,
When everything was still ;
I dre-med that each subscriber
Came up and paid his bill.
Each wore a look of honesty,
And smiles were rouud each eye,
As they handed o'er the stamps,
They yelled, "How's that for high?'
fjsy-.T, P. Brookins & Son.. Drug
gists, will be happy to fill carefully your
prescriptions at all hours. Also show
yob thei' fine display of Perfumery and
fancy articles lor Ohristir a .
Luuer. Universalis!, will preach
in Temple Hall, on Sunday next
jut 10 o'clock, a. m. Also in the
evening at bf u clock. All are
Elder Or. Cult, will preach in
,. ,,,.:.: chnl on Baron
9treut OM Sunday, the 18th inst
at 10 o'clock A. m., and 6$ p. m
'Pionkkr'' Lifs. In Nacuna,
Colorado, election day, four
herders from Northern Texas
and three New Orleans gamblers
were .playing a game of poker,
when a quarrel urine between
Joe Bittg-r, u lVxtn, and Orestes
Wutrnna mm oftlio irnmhlors
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u!iicli if vi'aj tfpiifin ti, h"hf nti
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tlioir i-fiHla Hixl slnrtR. urn tlicir
kniVKd uith hoiini tn tlii.ir ri irhr
,r. - ,
i ii st i if a rn i ii a ii rin'sKiaiiTi'-
e- j we i v- in vii jum vvw w m j
Mii-rt wllh iml In riiln
ut e.., tlicr full speed, passing
jon the left side. Both wore
splendid hors'n n. Biyger was
mounted on a clean-limbed, fiery
lnnv. a l.ttle over (ourteen hands
hih. While Watr'otia" rode a
im'jhtrge, 'watch-eycu.' vicious roan.
Kieht tinus they hurletl their
TliPihorces upon each other, und each
time tearful wounds wee given
with the terrible weapons, till at
hist Watroua, weakened by two
ghastly stub in the thigh, could
not wield lus knife, ami Biitger
drove his weapon into his 'heart.
Bradford, another gambler, see
ing bia ft lend fate, shot Bigger
dead, when a free fight ensued
with revolvers, and Bradford
whs killed and two others ot the;
i,:irlv lnfllv -mi nil Ail
V3fl Olll SBullSOPl)s
ers and Adver-
This Paper Cannot Be-
$500.00 On Our Books for
We Cannot Live on Promises !!
You who subscribed and pro
mised to pay afterllarveit.sliould
re: lect that we are dependent
on you for what is justly oars.
"ewpLet everv one come up and set
tle, and thus keep as going.
Rivalry. Il s a very pleasant sight
every few days to seo the display of two
of ear prominent Dry Goods Merchants,
Mr Mart Stephens, and Frank Deans k
Bro., their banners of all colors are
struug upon the enter walsl. You can
hoy all kinds ot dry goods and fancy ar
ticles at such prices that it does not pay
to go to Ciaciaoau. Oive them a call.
aefA.If anyone wants to trade a
vacant lot, for a small house and
lot, tbey cau De made happy by
calling at this office.
Lost Two Dollars Reward.
A pair of Gold Spectacle, on
Main street, between isaron and
Cherry. The above reward will
be paid is returned to F. T. Fos
ol . . . i
Jf ue priutcu, wsv-
bf'"B " largo juwhi uwa, nuu
I J a. 1
uu tne paper..
There will at the close ot!
Who has the lighting of
the lamp at the corner of Mam
& Baron street, there it stand
not like diaqonese with his lan
tern hunting for an honest man,
but keeps shady; had it been lit
the night of the robbery oppo
site there might have been too
much light for that saucy tbief
in deunvine a-DOor man ot the
money he intended to buy his
Christmas suit that one tailor of
onr many has lost a sale. So
light that lamp, soroebady.
For the benefit of the lady
readers there will every week be
printed a quarter of a column
devoted to the language of flow
ers. So look oat for the Demo
crat, ladies, you, can learn how
to express yourselves with flow
ers to your charming sweethearts.
It he will only understand him
-o f. which for to do, will be to
siibsjribe for The VFbekly Dem
Notice to Delinquent Subscribers
There are part.es taking the "Demo
crat" and making a terrible adieu abo ti
not receiving the PPr. Do you know
the reason of il is? Why, a few words
will tell you; PAY UP. Well one says
"1 don t want to sell my corn, my pigs,
or my (train at present prices " "Well
hare yon Wood? Weodl! yes, well bring
it in. It ia to as the same as money.
We must be warm, and von have no ex
cuse whatever; tell us what you have for
sale, 'of we can use it we will; but Wood
we wan. Bring it in.
aanA siipplemftntry sheet will
be issued once a month (gratis)
with the Democrat.
Subscribe and pay for the
To Our Lady Readers.
aboat styles, fasuiona. cost or articles
c , ewen if thoiritin do! not wish to
purchac. where stamp U inclosed to
Our lady patrons, or the wives and
daughters ol our subscribers in the conn
try, will do will. to remember that Mra.
Mary K. lacker in engaged on Tac
Dcmocbat aa fashion editress, and that
she will parcha e to 611 orders anything
a !ady wants, from a darning'nerdl.i to
a thousand dollar clrcjj from a sewing
machine to a aet of diamond jewelry, at
less price than tuey can be had by any
other mea-s, and always in style. Ev
ery day she is filling orders for oar sub-
I'scrib.Ti and readers, and loing it mere
than well. Add res; her, in care jf h. it
ton Wekci.t Dkmockat, Drawer A , P.
0. Katon, O.
She will give aivice and infermatioo
pay return postage
To The Ice Men.
Keep Cool, Ice will come
some of those days if not this win
ter pofhiipa nftXt "h fnr m tlih
ot Ifea'u Ice Cream next Sum
mer, So pray for Clear, freez
ing and braceing weather.
To THE LOVERS OF fUN ASD IN
Laugh and Grow- fat. The
Loan Star Minstrels of Eaton.
Will give a performance in
Temple Hall Saturday Evening
Tickets 25 cents. Doors opened
past 6 o'clock performances 7.
o'clock give then! a call we hope
the house will be crowded ram
Notice to House-Keeper!
If too wisa your groceries
fresh, of tbe best quality and at
reasonable prices just give WIS
lard Eidson a call store opposite
Court House jou also cau be sup
plied with every article in tbe
Statainery Line Wall papers
and extra flavord Segars tor tbe
The Radical leaders have be
come alarmed at the general re-
salts of tbe recent elections, as
the States carried by the Demo
crats leave them in a minoriv in
the Electoral Collegs, and are
casting about for some more
plans fpr reconstruction, disfran
Uack Aoaik Eatoo is tbe
place aAer all? We notice the re
turn of our old Townsman,
Patrick Shields who Las opa-aed
a Family Grocery & Provision
house at tbe old established
Staud in Uerriish's Hall, Main
street. Mr, Shields is stilt -so
io tbe Aactiuneering basrness
and be extends a cordial invitation-
to bis old friends & patrons
to give him a call. Not king
I ko trying,
We noticed tbe Court, in the
fine f 10, and cost in tbe Assault
and Battry Case Committed by
PsbBV Alexander, was of such
a Vgtib nature, that it had
.fecaopo lis. bmar, of, Com-
We tiied hard to day to get
in side the St. Paul M. Kchare
to have a belter look at that
beautiful Stained Qlaes Window,
bat. alas? to poor humanity those
strong door's and shutters where
to much, and we Caved!! '"
The testimonial to tbe Rev.
G. H. Baker, on Tuvtday Even
ing was of that Substantial shape
Katibles, Wearables aad 40 or 50
iii . , i
dollars in money hich t"u
to more-to gladden tbe heart.
than u thousand welcomes and
Speeches and only shows more
tuny me iioeramy oi our ciiieus-
DO You want a barrel of
those "BIG APPLES" wife-
Yes James but 'get them at
Fisheb and Bowman, on Main St.
CIN'TL, HAMILTON & DAYTON
For Richmond, Conn ers vi lie,
Kushville, Cambridge City,
Day toil, Liima, fort Wayne,
Chicago and tbe Northwest,
Sandusky, Cleveland and Buf
falo, Toledo, Detroit and all
Points in Canada.
Trains ran to and from CINCINNA
TI aa follows:
arm vk. DSFAer.
Dayton Express. . 7.00 a m. 3.30 p. aa.
Dayton Express. ..1 15 p. in 11.30 p. m
Dayton Express . . .9.45 p m 6.30 a m.
Toledo, Detroit and
Canada 7 30 a m 10.20 p aa
Ft Wayne, Toledo, De
troit and Canada. .6 30 p m 6.30 am
Lima and Fort
Wayne 3.40 p as 10.40 a m
and Kuttalo W a m 6.25 p a
modation.... 3.10 pm 10.40 am
and Buffalo 9 45 p m 5.30 am
Indianapolis and Ft.
Wayne ..UUa m 10.20 p m
Indianapolis Express5 00 p m 10.40 a m
Richmond and Chica
go 7.30 a m 10.20 p m
Hich ..ond and Chica
go -UU p m io iv a m
dation ...9.30 a m 1.45 p m
Hamilton A ceo m mo
dal on o &u a m
dation 8.05 a
The 9.45 r. a. Tratn for Sanduskev
Lieveiana anu cuiraio, aany, sararaays
excepted. On Satardays tbe Bellefon-
taine Accommodation -will be run to
I be Oaytoo r.xpross train departing
at 9. 45. p. M., and arriving at o,3U A. a.
run daily. All other trains daily. Sun'
Iraans run by Columbus time, which
.s seven minutes taster than Cineinnal
Otfices are 115 Vine St.i
N'o. 80 ISjutth street: North-east corner
ront and Broadway
Main aad Levee,
Depot corner Fifth and Hoadley
streets, SAM' L STEVENSON-,
ct!3tf General Tick rt Agent
THERE win be an election for ffye
Directors of the; Dayton ft Western,
Turnpike Road Company to serve for'
tbe ensuing year, held at Schaffer's Ho
tel, in Wast Alexandria, on the seteed
Monday of January. 1871.
ABNER DUNLAP. Pres't.
Dec. 15, 1870 w3f
Barrels of W M V
fnr Ms! at
FISuEjK & JSaWtWAJYS:
Dee. K ?
FIaz Straw Wanted
At the New Flax Mills, Eaton-CT.
EIGHT aad NINE DOLLARS PER
TUN PAID IN CASH, IF CLEAN and
0RY. S, T. FOSTER
December IS, 1870 tf
NEW YORK, August 15th, 1858.
a u-ara aaa aiwtauaa aecoctiou. aime
j preparation, predoowrsneear the
Allow me to call your attention to my
PREPARATION OF COMPOUND
EXTRACT BUCHU. lie component
part are BTJCHU, Lowa uu. CUBEBS,
JUNIPER BERRIES. "
1 Mode er Ppek.ti. Bucbn, in
vacuo. Janipr Berres, by' distillation,
to form- ar tine gin oebi extracted by
displacement wirtr ypfrfts obtained from
Juniper Bcrrnrsv very little sugar is used
ana a small propersion of- spirit- It is
more palatable tha iy now U ae.
Iluehu as prepared by Iuejrists. is of
a dark color. It is a plant Baa casiu
its fraeraacw. the action of a frame de
stroys this Ht t reive principle Itmm
a oera ana arwtraoas decoction Mine
smallest quantity of the other ronredi
ent aw-anded to-preveat fermentation;
up n rmrpecrrovr is wilt' be found not to
be m Tiacrare, as mndwm Fharnwcopcsa,
nor is it a Syrup and theietore can be
used in cases where fever or im flam ma
tion exists. Ia this, you have the know
ledge at the indredients and sia mode of
Hoping that yon will favor it with a
trial, assd thwt upon inspection it will
meet wHR your approbation,
With a feelaog of profoudd aaSdea
I am, very rospectfully.
n. T. HELMitOLD,
Chemist and DreKgisS ad" 19 paara expe
the lanreat aaawsfacSaaiug, Hkm-
asfta MB- tbe World, f
KoyeaeVer 4, 1854.
"I am aeqaaintedF wttft Mr. H. T.
FclmboldV he eaewpted1 the frrog Store
opposite mvreardence and was success
ful ia conducting the business where
others had not been equally so belay
him. 1 have been favoraMy aawaeased
with bis character and enterprise."
Firm of Powers and Weightman, Manu
facturing Chemists, Ninth k Brown
For weakness arising from indiscretion
The exhausted powers of Nature which
are accompanied by so many alarmin?
symptoms, among which will be found,
Indisposition to Exertion. Loss of Mem
ory, Wakefulness, Horror of Disease, or
Forebeatinas of Evil; in fact. Uaiveraal
Lassitude, Prostration, and inability ti
enter into the enjoyments of society.
once affected with Organic Weakness,
requires the aid of Medicine to strength
en and invigorate the system, which
HELMBOLl'S EXTRACT. BTJCKTJ
id variably does. If no treatment i sub
mitted to, Consumption or Insanity en
FLUID EXTRACT OF
in affections peculiar to Females, is an-
evualed by any other preparation, aa in
Lblon-is, or Ketenlioa, fain fulness, or
Sopprtssioo hf Castomary Evacuations,
slaaratea or Scirrfcas tate of tbe Ute
rus, and all complaints incidental to the
sex, or tbe decline or change of life.
Jluid Sxttat vf uthn
wilt rsdicairy exterminate from tie sys
tem diseases arising from habits of dis
sipation, at little expense, little- or no-
change in diet, no incunvenieaee or ex
posure; completely superseding those
unpleasant and dangerous remedies.
'Copaiva and Mercury, in all these- dis
n all diseases of these organs, whether
lexisting in male or female, from wkaJ-
fever cause originating, aa no saatter of
bow long standing. It is pleasant in tbe
taste a no odor, "immeduate in. action-,
aad aeare atotaattaaaeiig than any at" the
reparations of Bark or Iron.
Those aaflViiaa ftae Broken down or
aalpeate eoujuUutuoaav. p too are the reme
Jy at tmee.
I he reader must be e ware tbat, Sowsrvr
r slight may be the attack of the above
diseases, it is certain to affecf the bodily
health and mental
All the above dia eases require the aid
or a Diuretic. Kelianmas Extract
Basin is tha great Diuretic
Drug and Chemical Warehouse,
BROADWAY, Wear Ycrk.
VOIRE ABB mmanrnm unlea
dona mpin steel eaayosv ud wrsp-
nor with facsimile of mi Chemi-
warenouse, ana stgnea
Owtoher 27, 18.74l.ysl.
The advertiser, having been perma
nently cooed of that dkaad disease, Con
sumption, by a simple remedy, is anx
ious to make knowa to hiafellow suffer
ess the means of ours. To aJl who desire-
it, he- wilf sead a- copy of tSe sre
seskptioa, used.free of charge), with the
directions- fioa preparing and aaina. tbe
ssnae, which they win Sftid a sure Cars
for Consnmption, Asthma,. Bronchitis,
Parties wssBing- the- prescri'gtto will
Iter. EDWARD A. WILSON.
165 "South Second St. Williamsb'rg N Y
Oet It, M70 yl-
a TT. Mbysr pP tnT
Before J. SGe
Lean, i, P. of
1 ana. JaatasaipJ
ON the 24th day of Sepbrmber, A B
1870. said Justice issued an order
ot attachment in tbe abowe action forrthe
sura often dollars and' forty sent.
West Alexandria, Ohio, OcfoberV70
fi 0-tl3 70w3 prffJ.75.
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ERRORS OF YOUTH
GENTLEMAN whw saffesaA from
a Nervaao DaoK 1 1 PSemalor De
cay, and all the effects of yoathful indis
cretion, will, for the sake- af anffhring
bums awry, send free ro-a-rTwbo nwed it
tbe lecupe and dssecAion.for making she
simple remedy by whsah he- was eoaed.
ISufierers iuhaaa as prwftt by the adver-
tisers experrence eao do so ay address-
iiagv iaiprriert esaAdence,
No 4Z Cedar Strest,. JUw Yerls.
Oct n 18W yl
JJEW gLACKSMITtf gHOP.
KOTTP.E. 1TO aVLt.. wTXMtTevmf.
vaiaa andaraigisee mrs f&Bt opened a
FX A FIRST CIaASS BL A CTSSM fT H
Shop on Decator and Beech
luaio uost above tbe awewery
Ujserseeaaesngr r'tovrs, War rows,
' W ngniaa. Kdg& Tools, Ac.
made ITew or rerpafredl ATso Dou6te
Linked Chains repaired or made. Mming
on your Wttrh, SmStofmStont Warranted.
January. 27, 1870-yrI.
joh r. cjLMTBxr.r.. mo. a. sujsobb
CAMPBELL k. GILMUKS;
(Saeaeasoaa to- ffittnora- 41 CaaspboltO
ATTORNEYS at LAW.
&ovU d'aim Agents;
OSioe at the old stand v on iBbSbbbbv Street!
Jan. 11870. yZ.
For the Relief and Care of ihe Erring
au Uaforfcyiate, onr PVsadiolea of
a on the Errors of Youth
aaeVtha- a oft Aa.. m rtlatioa. to
Marriae Seetai-Kvils with sanitary
aid1 for the afiBetedl. Sent, free, in eenl
ed Envelopes Awdt-oseu HOWA5RD
AaSOCIATlONs. Bt P PhiradeTpbia.
IV bB);'l(l0- yrH
ic the cheapetU
Gold; l r ice nil
JAS. W, POXTENGEE.
JaSPECT ? C'lU-S"
ineeraahib h iends and the pal.ffr r jrs
era, tha he baa oaeaed
In OPD FELLOWS BUILD!,
Oaer Door West ef the First KalTaad
where he keep constantly oa imaaf a freak
and such articles aa arelfeoad ia a aro-
which will have been purchased siaew
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The Lowest Rates
of all hinda such, as.
bought at the highest mandurt priew, for
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to business, a de
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keeping the best
articles and sell
ing at low prices
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receive a liberal
share of public
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