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The Democrat will on or after the Sist of April, come out in an entire new drees. Look out fqr a good paper. "Rats in the Party." What is the matter among the Court House rats? Then is flutter. Anything the matter a bout the Revenue collection? Who can auswer? Will the Hcg-istert Velosopediontonsenist. The above word Is supposed to allude to the "fifteenth amend meut'' who invested the proceeds of a "whole winter's bostlering in one of these two wheetod trehiv clea, and appeared on our streets last Sunday! The poor fellow imagined that next to the glories of enfranchisement was to strad dle a velosipede. Returned from the East. H. 15. Vanavspal has just re turned from the East where he has " been buying handsome Dree'Goods !or the ladies, new clothing t"" tne men, aud cheap Goods for everybody. So, if you want Bargains in the Dry Goods line, gather np yonr Greenbacks and call at G. Vanausdal k Co.'s Store and be accommodated. See new Advertisement. Remodeled. Our worthy Tost Master has, turned thiogb upside down aid left side right; cwaned out, swept up, partitioned off and otflrwise fitted up the Post Offioe, so that wken you go there for your led ter., papers, &c, you feel likeyoi wgrc ju a new place. John is 4 model P. M., .and is detafntirjfed to have things neat- Tliis'wae a needed improvement, and one that our citizens wiH feel gin of. foWj with a tidy Poet Office and a thoroughly offioicnt Tost Master one whom everybody likes it. will be a treat to pay the place a visit. MILLINERY. MissMaitie Brown would an- ot-ivejii0!rtrnpntuf fash ionable Millinery Goods; also a MaVB$4d opotiJHalttTriitfTse MUhrH CtHsMMd4Mo;rfA akpsrlf ie4ilIbtTiittfeIisieitMl MTIH nn K Rl ill r I c rnuisqH'su u-jm u :r v.Wtui oi ami lforhaji.r'herrf tuiUnhtanfcctf Audit librunob House, on Baroltoefc"'"4 .fSirafffilVfa or JSew cspnng tsooqs ip quality none can surpwea ni $Mi(t 'sdrfelml Senf- jHm V i 1 1 i 1 1 1 if f ift re n .tflkriftr Bfocrv KfeiotP .9 SMPflr7 btffllifflBOMtfilr) given by a number of daVj'eVenings' for the purpose ofj raising fun for the purchapoi an Qraaa were a complete sue- c6illf?oMdyWe are inform 4 thi tb yoaftMWiifciboihTrev ey, WRftipg feVal settle meat day i,Arrb lU,Wiwsnld remind art knowing ,thttrselves lbted to as'tor Job 1'mi in ar iiajtijatl Miaya-thr niii at, as we, need Tt to pay our debts that ay. ;.iiiBxnc n v- Master Sunday. This fes- tival has. been observed from the ... . . very days ol tne Apostles, and was caiiea in ancient time? -Miie n i ,i 4 . mi Queen of Feasts." The word Easter is derived from the Anglo Saxon word "Oster" to rise Easter is a movable Festival, and is "always the first Sunday after the fall moon, which happens up on the twenty-first day of March and If the full moon happens up on Sunday, Easter-day is the Sun day after.'' This rule is an old as the fourth century, and was a dopted in order to settle definite ly tne time for celebrating filter. Easter sunday lalls this year on the 16th of April The spring stylo of bonnets is described as being "something like a sunflower on the peak of a haystaek." The wretch, who said it! Comfortacle coffins are the latest things advertised. We don't want to be comfortably "fixed" that way. Robins and blue birds have put in an appearance, indicating that Spring is at hand. The Negro Senator from Mississippi, is far from being' the only bad fruit of the war and of the rule of Radicalism. Parties selling patent rights and taking notes aud not insert- Ung )n tne tjotes g',veu for a pa teut right," are liable to go to iail. , VX. Black vulcanite buttons with a monogram in gold, are the latest fashionable -novelties. A large steer was shipped from Athens, Ohio, a few days a go, which weighed 8,716 pound-, and was sold for $1,400. Somebody says that there have beea forty nine snows since the 18th of October, Rose Cuttihgs. Take vigorous branches near the ground; ctu 'hem off smoothly and insert them in flower poto, so. that the ends of the cutting will' touch he aide or bottom af the Vessel. The two or three inches of soil in CSe potsbould ba ioofetvftn sand. Bury tie c.utfc$gs i to . ka second ioitt, Troa" reave rtro Or Cover with a largeglasstumbler. Some place the cattVnge in 'the shade; (one, who was quite suc cessful, generally placed them in the sun.) Some say, plunge tbe butting to a pieee of -potato, and in this condition prarifMt. A through trial should be given to his singular method. Our Washington Letter. Our Washington Letter. CORRESPONDENCE OF THE DEMOCRAT. WASHINGTON CITY, D. C., April 1, 1870. th Sapreme Court yester day Attorney Qeneral Hoa deli vered a brief argument in favor ot re-operiidg theiegal tender decision, taking tbe ground that tbe decision was made when there were two vacancies- on the beneh, and that the decision was reached by one majority. Mr Carlisle replied that they bad no :j to do with majorities mak ing np decisions, and that much trouble would arise should form er decisions be re-opened and re viewed. It will remembered thaMrbfr-4ii aWfif UiATftn ot Judges Strong an Bradley were nending as Associate Justices of the Supreme Bench it was often remarked that their confirma tion depended upon their views on the legal tender iue6tion that they must make certain pledges before they could be confirmed. A fsw days, ago a number ofgeu tiemeo called upon -Judge BWCd ley to congratulate him and he giving any- pledges. Thts latter remartJftygMWy meant to set tie tbe unpleasant rumors that were current tnaOie was fledge ed. The attemu HSfifl -ve Question anew' !lfLAtf9Vficant lookeaMirHtWrJU(Jge8 vote to overrule the late decision it would have a very bad look even though thy were to be ho nest tn their decisidn. A basket of flowers was sent a few days a go to the Ebbitt House, directed to Mrs. Geo. B. McCartee, wife ot the Chief of the Bureau of En graving and Printing, in which .SOja.;c Jjl.'ltf was enclosed seveuteen hundred a Ya 4iaol,arB- (turned the mon Mr. McCartee turned the money over to the Secretary of the Treasury. Sub-. picion rests upon several persons here in the interest ot a JNew York bank-note engraving com pany. Mr. JucOartee has gained considerable reputation in the manage oient of his Bureau and has been a', bulwark against the efforts ot several bank-note com panies and rings and hence this attempt to bribe him. It is not often I have an opportunity to say much good of the present Government omciais but Mr McCartee is One of the excep tions and a competent, honest and reliable gentleman, active and faithful in the discbarge of his official duties and deserves commendation. ' Texas was ad mitted to representation yester day. There was quite an excit ing scenoe over the admission of John O. Conner, the only Jtlemo cratic "carpet-bagger." Mr. B Rutler, with an omciousness pe culiarly his own, made it his bu Biness to object to Mr. C.'s taking his seat and had read a number of ex parte affidavits to prove that Mr- Conner had made disloyal speeches, Ac. Mr. Shauks, of In diana, also pitched into Mr. Con ner very severely and said rw appointed him to Annapolis, that be had been expelled as worthless. After Mr. Conner had been sworn in he asked leave to speak ten minutes which was granted. lhe boyish looking member from Texas rose and in a manner wnicn would nave done credit to Charles Mathews, as Sir Charles Coldstream coolly proceeded to give Hen. RatTer a barp dressing and concluded by saying that he expected 'to see in Mr. Butler a gfeat lawyer but he found that ne had mista ken his calling, he was nothiug but a low comedian. Mr. Con ner also explaiued the reason of Mr. Shanks' enmity to aim. It was on account of a former po litical difficulty. MK Shanks re peated that Mr. Conner was a worthies tellow, when the spea ker promptly called him to or der and reminded him tha,t:Mr. Coiin-er ,ra saw j.jg jnember of the tiouse and such language was not admissable. Mr. Conner from his calm, quiet demeanor in contrast to lent inauner of Messers Shauks and Butler, won the sympathy of all present and Butler had on ly tventy votes with hjm to re fer the credentials of Mr. Con ner. The scene was one of great excitement. The Republican candidate w: itest Mr. Con ners seat Butler nas rted auy influen against tbe exat who called him The only per- a low come sons that Tf1 tion Mr. Conner' comedian are such as Jefferson and J. S. Clark, who no doubt will feel insulted at Ban. Butler being likened to hammering the committees of Ways und Means and Banking and Currency with their argu ments against the'1 Seventh Sec- declare that they cannot do a profitable banking business on a 4i per cent, bond with the pres- eat restrictions and taxation im posed upon banks. Of course they can't and the House will no doubt see it in the light that tbe National Banks do. Another ''nigger" has been discovered in the fence. A bill was reported yesterday to the House .from the committee on .Education which professed to discontinue the Freedmand's Bureau, while Sec ond Section clearly extends aud continues the Bureau. Oue member called the measure a fraud, another said it simply pro posed to tax the people of all the States to support the schools of the South. A half a million of dollars are placed at the discre tion of the commissioner of Edu cation. Another partisan job. On Thursday in the- Senate Judge Thurxnan, ever watchful of tBe interests of the people, ex posed an 'attempt to form anoth er ring by wbieu Ui e lands occu pied by the Indiana are to be ab sorbed by tne ic and oter railroads by the rming ot a Joint Special whom shall be lrrnttee to rred tbe pro- oriety of ft chan ! or raoiiifitja- tion of our Indi iiqy. -&lr. Thurman denoun as a' land ffraobuMr scheme from the be- ginning to the end aud a propo sition "to plunder the Indians of that which tbe most sacred plighted faith of the Natiou ought to secure to them." Judge Thurman. was very earnest on this subject and argued at length against tbe format' on of this committee and did not scruple in plain language to state hia mia- fifflhH-?8 WlWrflr8eeBftose offhe proposed committee, yes terday while Mr. Vickers, of Ma ryland was making his speech on the admission of Ames as Senator from Mississippi, Mr. Sumner was lolling on a lounge saodwitched between the Negro Senator Rcveis and another spoke, as much tickled at his po- sition as a hoy with his fiist paii boots. Ames occupied aiioth- er loaned vi.ited every now and then by his. friends, thei Senators who are determine ! make the -satrap one of them- selee right or wrdpg, and most of the seats on the Radical Bide! of the C bamber were vacant aud . . . . , those which were occupied Werepaliv filled by Senators reading the pa- pers or writing entirely heedlessi"1" of the argument being delivered; ev Mr. Vickere. Art its close' t...l.Ti,. ,.u..i A t. u . &, , . , -. r, r u ,1 nate lor tueir aiswunoj . -to me Senator febm Maryland. He laid after paving ScBator ViJi- ers a very high corr .pliment tor learning, ability -and the re- Speot hSvCOjnaridod from all. that it Wa one ot the best legal arguments offered Ritice the de - bate began and yet not a dozen Senators paid attention to it. He could only account for such ac tion on the ground tbe dominant party were determined to ad mil Mr. Ames and want no further argument on the subject. Judge Thurman then gave Mr. Morriil, of Maine, a lesson in law which he will not forget, and then went into a legal disquisition of the jqueetioti any body of men not lost to. all sense of drty and hon or WoMuecogni2eW'once the truth of his conclusions, but po litical fanaticism and Inst Of pow er rules the hour and the rnin on our institutions seems inevita ble. . The Serenade. On lastj Wednesday evening the Democrat office was treated to an unlooked for serenade by Profs. Esox &, GfttRCHiLii's Orchestra, whieh asvfgjevar listened -. tGut JAfteq he party took a '-moon bgh 11 around town stop- pin hero and there lo belch firth same ot the sjtJajfeoVfMy Jmir Hsaealaiywnf tbta and rfSrusna ever baa tne pleaanro t lis: euint to 10 conn will give uu address bj: Old hacheldor as follows: The nite was klaro without a f'Og, Mat and I sat on a log. Her ize was cast upoi the aki, aDtl; aer breast oid hove vrtwi rnapy a sigh. SHer.ihCr Jvaar as hlackj ae the blankest &at, and her lips, Jerusalem! holdJ&- haj! Mv ai i m air JuAdtt eFti t tksWaJe t , and I got ready her lips to taste; but when I do a thing so chaste I am. never in much ov a haste. 'Tia sade that when you kiss the pretty Nu York girls, with' pretty bine ize and hair that curls; they ask you what you are about And give you a slap right on the snout. The Western girls, the make no bother, if you kiss them on one cheek, thev turn the otli- to np$hjnf; ; Whenve:' jn give wun oh em a,sniack, tba pursq up their .ips,qnd kis3 yn back. But to my s4ory; mi dearest reader, dorirt get weary; for 111 did gebtymT i-gck, Jtve, pow, without trouhle, founrl the w4 back, aud my them again I'll never lose, as sure as this is poe 7 WrpAJtM I u wu I pressed Mattle's form tu mine and looked down in her ize, and as I took her hand in mine, I knddent breetbe fnr sighs. Near er, nearer, mi lips tu hers did sneak, I felt her warm breth on my cheek; I give her little hand a squeeebi ' when, raising tip her little head, shesed: "Take kare Jeems, till I sneeze!" i ' stro . 1 1 Election in Monroe. The lollowing named person? were duly elected to serve the ensuing year: Trustees,, ifartin Shewmau, George Kimmel, Peter Disher; Clerk, Clinton Shurley; Treasu rer Iflaae Henderson; Assessor, Henry Lock? CoSlbSSiW Braddoek, S. O. Stump. Qhobimc Cracks in Stoves. It may be convenient to know a ready method of closing up cracks, which are not uncommon, in cast iron' stores; and we are assured that the following receipe is a reliable one. Good wood ashes are to be sifted through a fine sieve, to which is added "the same quantity of clay, finely pul verized, together with alittle salt. Tbe mixture is moistened with water enough to make a paste, and the crack of tbe ctovo filled with it. This cement does not peel oft'or break away, and aa sumes an extreme cregree of hard nese after being heated. The stove must be cool when the ap- plcatioo is made, lhe same sub atanoeB may be used in setting .u l r fi the plates or the atoves, or in fit inir nlfivfl rwinfis. Sflrvinir tn r o n i All tbe joirtTS perfeotly tight. Election in Monroe. New Aveertisdments. v'"lv' j InSUrailCC Company!! ca n r ttrninA An n I ,0. 8, Vharter Perpetual. to!Cash surplus, Bept. 20, I860 .... $251,826 30 ; Leases Paid over 278,000 00 Insure Farm Property Only. j i XP-NSI IJiSP, lit j.rrfrtion to a- t mount of DU6H1PRS than anv other Com doin- bnsiness in Ohio, and fer chis rctison its rateB are lower than those an.v other Conoxny, Without any Further Liability, Haa bee" successful operation , hr0iupt setMementof losses, has become ; the mu.st popuHtr Compnny in the States u" ,hp Varmers. In case of toes, ,h's "'P"'' W ths full valnof prop hia Jt' tor MA hfttitlt? .. t., tlltt aniouni ins-red. For Insnr- OHIO r ARMEHS lever twenty vearg, and bv reason pf ,ts ,ow rales, fair dentins, andi: .unee or further information apply to Cr . M9. MSOEiJflES. For Prehle t-partofMontom'riCounties. ADDRESS, Gratis, Preble Co., O .Nov llth, l9,yrl. VINEYARDS, J4EW JERSEY. SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE! FOUR 'iMMl.S OMjM9. friHIS justly celebrated native Wine is I made from thejnieo of the QporlivW Grape, raised in this country. Its valu able Tonic and Strengthens g Properties are unsurpassed bsany other native Wine! Bei' g the pure juice of the grape, pro ed under Mr. Speeds-own personal supi ervisiod, Its purity and genuineness are guaranteed, lhe youngest child may partake of its generous qualities, and the Wahjtest invalid may use it. to advant- ge. It i3 par'ieu'arly beneficial to lhe aged Atti diibilitatrc, ami is suited to the var ious ailments that affl;ct the weaker sei. It iff,' in erery respect, A WINE TO BE REtlEIC.QK. . JNV ALIOS USE SfEKR'S PORT ORA-PE Yv INI? FE3rirES:.IISE SHEER S PORT GRAPE WINE. WEAKLY PERSONS FIND A titSJN iLt L L li X ITS U SJfi. 3r,r Wtis in JJospilals are prefer rd tp othr Wines. Sold by Druggists generally, who also if 11 Speer's Standard , Wioe " Bitters. Trade supplied by all wl olesale Dealers. See tbat.ljie SiguaUire of Alfred Spear, Passiac N. J. ,is over the cork of eacb b'ottte-. .A. SPEER'S Vinevard, Na Jersey. Offite, N?. 243 Brpadwnf , Ne-w York. Few Bale by J. P.'BROAKiaira ASO '69-lvr . ' Eiton.' Ohio JVJE IV SHOP. The undersiuned-havintrat no a New Shop opposite Robinson; Chambers ACo's Waphuve Shop, ob the cornar of Maple k Sigh Strets, is now prepared to do Jtll Kinds Heparins IRON Oft1 WOODWORK on short notice, having had years of practical experience, Jie flatters himself thsft he ean give (Satisfaetion to all- who may favor htm with their patronage. Special attention given to Plow & Wagon Work em gr JOS. Eaton sep. 3,68 tf. F.-UUHAK.EK. Dayton & Eaton Om nibus Line. THE undersigned will ma a lVilv Omnibus line between Dayton an 1 Eaton, as'foUowa: Leave Eaton daily at 5 30 a. m., nrri ving at Dayton at 10 a. m. Leave Dayton at 1 p. m., arrivinK at Eaton at 6 30 p. m. Prompt c6nectionB madoiriA Noifl ern trains .at Davtou. Passengers will be called for by lea ing tHeir address at the Doup House, Dayton, and the B xress Office, at the Drug Store of J; P.pBrook'ras & Son, Eaton, O. All orders andcommissions prompllj attended to. JAS. TOBRKNCE. a. 1 68-yrl. NEW Boot & Shoe STORE. Herlicli's Building, Main Street. The undersigaed have' formed a co partnership, and intend to make to or der and keep constantly on hand a gcod supply of Ready Mad (pur own make) BOOTS & SHOES. Repairing neat & cheap. 2m3 HUTTE fe LOCK. For Sale. A Good Two Story Dwelling House in Eat: w:. th good Ceiler and li to 5 Lots; A lata" 1 T.ota near the Depot, all uader fence, lerm reasonable, lor particu lars. call on or address the proprietor in Eatafl41 aft srlS- IlMaCILWOOp July 15, '69-w-; tf. JOHH V. CAMPBELL. JAS. A. GILMORB CAMPBELL & GILMORE, (SuWe3(yrf--te ilmre A Campbell,) ATTORNEYS at LAW, NOTARIES PfeS? Gov't Ckim Agents. l4i f.-ttltaat (i j It: 1c .tiaiV'I TO .'if . Of&o". at the H stand, oh Barron Streat Jan. 11869; yl. Administrator's Notice. - r N OTICE is hereby giveu that the nn 1eriiirri has been duly appointed j administrator of thefc tau m mc aa- ta, late of Preble County, Ohio, aeeL r jaIES 5ANTA. , t i r .x w Feb 17, 1870-w3 prf $1,75. SaV$ nA ' aABRELEDD r RRrFCrKaPOUBliP? of a WMi "r i a U III i.iim iJ.ty jmmt wa an RFST IN THE WORLD. SENOfOaACtflCOJB CmVT New York Offioe, 27 BTiETTMAH ST. Manhood: How Lost. How Restored. Just pn bliklied, a new edi tion J Dr Culvrrwell s 3 Cine) Of SPK!tMAT0BRIIfK4, 0 emiijal Weakness, In voiunlary Seminal Ios.-!-. lir.potor ty. Mental and Physical Inc.iparity, Impediment to Marriage, etc. ; alf o, Consumption, Epilepsy, and fits, induced hy self indulgence or sexu al extravagance. 8P5U Price, in a sealed envelope, only C centi. The celul rated author, in this admira b'e essay,, cleai ly demonstrates from a thirty years' successful prnclico, that the aurmtwjr oraeqenees of eelf-abuse mav be radically cured without tho daugerous: use o! internal medicine or the aniilica tion of the knife: pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain, and cff?c- tual. by means of which every sufferer, nd matter what his coudition may be, may sure himself cheaply, privately, and rad ically. ttaST This Lecture should be in the hands ol every youth and every mat in the lajid. Sent, nuder seal, ia a plain envelone. to any address, pislpaii, on receipt of six cents, or two post stamps. Also, Dr. Culverwell's "Marriage Guide," pric 25 cents. Address the Pnhlishers, CHAS.J. KLINE & CO., 127 Bowery, V. T , P. O. Box 4,68a N6v 25, (8U9 yl J FULTON'S 1?' On Hand TO DO ALL KINDS OP FARMING WORK! Edged TooIb, Heavy Forging and All kinds ot Jobbing ON SHORT NOTICE ! ie.Price8 Reasonable Eaton, Febluary 3, 170 lyr. THQMA8 FTJLTON. I "mm Notice to Builders. SEALED proposals will be received nhtil the 2nd day of April, A. D. 1670, at 12 M. for tbe purpose of build ing a School House, in Sub-District No. 10, in Washington towaahip, ,Preble county. Ohio. For Specifications, call on K. r. i.arKh, township Clerk, in Ks) ton, where bids will be received, up to that timiS. The Board r serves all right to-; reject any or all bids L,ot deeuxad resi sonaWo. By"ordcr of the Board of LOCAL DIRECTORS. I John Kislibg, Clerk. AG-ENTS WANTED forour By Dr. Napheys", Chief of Cli nic of Jef ferson Medical' College, rhilladciphii. A near and first-class work. Sells at sight to almost every woman an every married man. Nothing else half so sala ble now out. Oar rgents are coining money, and doing a good Wq'x beside. jit . 3 7 ! a . : .T l" S. La nrg General Hammond, Henry WardT Beecber. and hosts of other paysic lais and clergymen. Address, IS. n&Nti A FOR0 4 CO., fublishcrs Of FiasT Class Subscription Books, 177 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati. (marlT, '70-w4 r, i n T-i j ru..i1 do 0Kb lor rarmeisauu oiuuKiFourth Breeders, Bound Volume of the Americas Stock Sournal. for 1868 containing 384 large double column pages, sent pott paid tor ei,oU Bonnd Volumes of the American Stock Journal for 1869, containing 384 pages. sent post paid for ?1 all The Dairy mans' Manual tor 25c ts The HorBemai.s' Manual ' 25cts The Hog Hreeders' Manual 25cts Tli Sbeep Breeders' Manual, . . . . 25cts The Poultry Breeders' Manual, . . . 25cts Tbe whole five Manuals sent post paid to one address for $ 1 00 Agents wanted, to whom liberal in ducement will be offered. Address N, P. B0YER k CO., Pubiiher. 1 m3 Parkesburg, Chester Co., Pa Attachment Notice. Joseph Trunk, Pltff. ) Belore John R htephen8. Justice John W. Tiugle and Charles Winder, of the Peace, of Washington Tp., partners as Tingle I Frebie county, and Winder, defend- Ohio. ants. J O1 N the 2lst day of January, A. D. 1870. said Justice issuod an order of attachment in the above action, for the sum of Sixty-five Dollars and eight een cents. JOSEPH TRUNK. Feb. 10, 1870 w3 prt $ 2.00. F AR R & B R 0 Main Street, Eaton Ohio. an. tl, lSG9-yl. VISITING CARDS. Packages of beautiful Visiting Card a. neatly grinted, fifty in a case at $3,00 can had at this Office. J. P. BROOKNIS & SON. Retail Druggists Baron St., EatoD.Ohio. feb. 14 '69-yl ISAAC Mc LANE LIVERY, PEED & SALE STABLE Cherry Street, EATON, OHIO. Eaton, February 8, 1870,yrl. Sabierib for the DaWOOSAX St. TUPJ 4 SINGKK ' NEW FAMILY SEWING MACHINE WITH AITACIIMC-'TS V. A.'.I KliBt SfVoV Is fatt winning faTOr ir. th UcwWvIh, i, at: ihovvii ly .the $j.k'.i cf ast Ynf, Amounting, to aifhui.sia Thous and, ICt'Ctt gllUBrBIl and EirfctV-Cr tatttV 'I wMch fitt H;e' i IB NAW "flVJy !vlv" 1 n'umjn . o - This now TAMILV MAnflC. i, IK capable o a range anil, vanity oi' worl such as w8 thdagkjtl iavpoaibfv aiaort me H'.'o. '.a perform kff -oiaohjaarjBf-We etaial, a oaa aJjaaf'nVaa wiUaaftt may concern, that it is - ttfl - ebaapMt, jaost beautitul, delicately wrrawcM uicclv arHosted. earnihr onratMf. and smoothly mnnin? of nil the family Saw. ing Machines. It is rematkable, aot not only for the ranjre and variety' of ba scwrup, bat a(aa, 4ot tba variety and variety, of aewifig, bat also for la yarie ty and oifferenl Kinds of Texture which it. will sew witb eqoI facility and per Tiction, asipg 8Uk Twist,-Linen or Cot ton Thread, fire or coarse, making abe Interlockwi-Elastic-Stitcti, alike oa both r'dea of tbe fabrio sown. Tbue beaver cloth, ar lea' her, mav be- sewn with great siren rt and uniformity of Mfiiat, and ia a taoment this willlog and neer waaiyiag rnacbin .may btajuated (or fine work on i.aiige or jirur tissue, or the tucking of tarlatan, or. raffling, or almost any other worK waieh delicate fingers rave aa iBVC)amrtolaBrfeiaaaJ . . . Puiehaaara can saac.be coovinoed that our new Family tfacbina Baabadies New and esseotial prirtciplas iwiplicrty of construction- aR of oparatioh oni formity ot PRRCI$E eti r'hy speed caaaelcv totafnW aatd'h1rWtyicf work, fine'or coarse, leaving all rival behind is;' t,'t''l joy 'lnT1, THE OXptOQ C AflS. Tbe New Family macWa4Hias.iab'aarj in a variety of folding cover' anek canes. Some show 'in poliibed suriaea Wnly tbe grain and K at ol tbe wood, wtflle .athers are aisbed itr all the elanora(tiatafart ntu ,riY Aj laal Wl nnul niat'iasoo alaia a biaad Joa avail THE ArACaVKH. . For Hemming, jelling. Kerning, niVWid ing, Binditg, Cif.thi nnp. 4 uckiag, Km breideringeovl. SO forta'fw n, 0ly nunn.'i uits, but now brought to treat par lection. Most of them itsn. ae at ached hv a him pie move of the li-d. ' be quality ot the work crt orilv bo fblly ppreoiated on oteerviMfe,i fc.nd,,e1tllnii atioBi ' Ja ""' . j llili Ima ,itiIi eyfl ul 1ioa n 'limrmO .a-rooi tot Machine Twist. .I iNfcW ih&feAU, SI-OOL COTTON We have and shall . keep in stock at, our Central- Offlb, ! ad-' Agencies, on spools oi various sizes, Twist of all, sizea and colore, Linen Thread, Spool Cotton Oil, and all other article ne cessarv in tbeuteof oar grafchlHb.1 u' We wish ?t nnderttoed fhat we Mariu tactnre th."rwf8t tbla trir shall alm'fo 'havc it ercVl 'nr, exceed in nuanMij, ut a gf thut of olher .mBnuraclMreis. i toe l Willi. l.mane py ua,U Jar1:.! extensive mills, supp with the most iiDHM skilled labTj ca 'ie aa-th of tbaaaaia.aaaaai on , ' . . i". . f .i . eacb spool.ietraoctii. exeoHa and beauty of finisfev ta-Mfia aaeawsslai TBE SINGER MAVOTAfrTVKtSG . JiaEia-.ae ' . Bar-uiNUirii rt.r .n ornwi, at west tHrtVW, H70tf laaU-. N EW NOTTCK TO ALL CBBATIOW. The undersigned ba just opened a A FIRST CLASS BLACKSMITH Shop on Decator and Beech St Eaton, Ohio fjust above tbe BreweTy. ' Horae-Shoeing, Plown; Harrows, WagoriB, Edged Tools, &c. made New or repaired. Alio Double I-inked Chain repaired or made. Bring on your Work, SatUfaoUon Warranted. i)t K lb 1 L ADi UM1TL1. January. V, ltyrl. ' at: TROT" we Atttr'apd pfifce, tud-ttat BLACKSMITH CHOP NEW!! NEW !! FRESH GROCERIES J. N. LONGNECKEP; WUULO naaaecjJ'aUy, announce to the citizen of VmU.a aad aiaiaity that having pnrt?bsed the eaeira ock of Crcoteria of Nuuiaah &, Bro , will al wij'nbt lound on hand ana daor Want of the National Book, wtth n larire and well selected aaock at . gROCERiES fOTIONS 4W4aMl Coffe.Ta, Molaaaea, 5yrM, Nuts, Frakb, 4 (Jdvo OystaK, Sardines, Indiavx, flsaajt, : .Matche, CAUe, Lamp, ImvttU Qaeenswara, Fraaa. BuHerit Crrcbers, Cheeae, Ctgartj Snt,wki( To- hatco, CuewTuK Touacco, Blacking Fretb A Ptckied Ftah, lie. foe Bring Yovr Country Produce h I . jil.i.;. oi.is m!ii tmmnmmM Moll hero if yon want Cash or Cash price for it. I take pleaanre in aaowinjr ana wait ing upon -customer aad ask a. liberal Eaton 0.. D , : HGftmga: Sale BhU, ftteray Trofrm -e , i'mr dm, man be had ml thin OMcr. awsaaaa u t .hi tr.a