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Religious Notice. Rev. T. S. Guthrie, will deliv- . at the Cbristian v a mm M m j w Chanel. Baron on Sabbath next, at 10J o'clock, evening at 7. All And in the are invited. We would suggest that our Mmnrotmn rOerk furnish a week- lv reDOrt of the doings of the city Council. " an other roan.' All the parrots throughout the country, are screaming "Shoo Fly." ajsj. If the readers of the Dem ocrat, fall .to find any report of the doings in their neighborhood in the paper, they must attribute the fact that no person in the lo cality has seen fit to report them to us. We offer every facility for their publication, and the best way we know of tor you to see how your home news would look in print, is to sit right down and eend them to us. By a little at teotion to this all can be posted. W Would you cheer- the hearts of your friends or relatives away from home, send them your local paper. There is nothing that will be received in the land of strangers with so much ap- nreciation and thankfulness as a paper from home. Absolute Divorces legally obtain ed in New-York, Indiana, Illinois and other States, for persons from any State or Countiy, legal everywhere, desertion, drunkenness, aon-sapport, etc, sufficient cause, no publicity; no t barge antit di voree obtained. Adrice free. Buiineg established fifteen year. Address. M. HOUSE, Attorney, No 78 Fassau Street, New York Citj April 21, 1870 mm. 3: aT-The latest from the Court Ijhtt "rat" difficulty is that the party-accused of making - a false return of Income has prepared a .JMNvfttftftf fiat for rutfa Uouawhiwbwil J fully ex lion orate bto,:but under a promise that a iBMl.vxxf$wiM? Revenae official WH retract awd admit that the Charge is false and mahcions. This will he withdrawn, other wise look put for Register.aext 3fot:. -IV -.tmn. , .. . Ohio Legislature. Columbus, April 15, 1870. THE GRIFFITH RAILROAD BILL. Air. ll'ldeu moved to take np House bill No.T2fr5y"Mr- Qrif. iitli, to authorise counties, town ships and municipal corporations to build and lease railroads. The Chair (Mr, Potts) .aled the morion out of order, because the Senate had postponed the bill until next winter. Mr. Hqlden appealed from the decision. . Tb Chair wa- sustained 1 toJl,-w ?mw i wn BO' . We would cemlnd those who had election tickets printed at this ' office for spriug election, that we have not yet received our nav. Walk- up. gentlemen, and over. We can't afford to hire bands, furnish material and print tickets, far nothing. We are too infernal poor for tnat. President grant has been ridiner around the countrt lor several days- past on a special train, at the expense of the tax- Jayers of the country, receiving evees and feasting generally. This fa a nice way of spuander ing the people's moneyl Several articles of interest are unavoidably crowded ont this week. millineky. Miss Matiib Brown would an nounce to the ladies of Eaton and vicinity, that she has just re ceived a fine assortment of fash- lonaoie muunery uoods: also a variety of notions. Having se cored the eervrcea of an expert enced milliner, ahe is prepared to do all kinds of work in her line on short notice and in the latest style. , The public are re spectfully invited to call and ex amine her goods and prices, be fore purchasing elsewhere, as her motto is Small profits and quick sales. rsr ShoD 3 doors south of Court House, on Baron street. April 14, 1870 w2 pd Died. At the Eagle Hotel, In Eaton O., on the 15th inst., of Paralysis, Joseph Dunn of Dixon township, agea 1 1 years, moso and 16" day. The deceased was interred on last Sunday in the Eaton Cemetery, by the Masonic Lodge, of which he was a mem ber. A large number of friends and relatives deeply mourn their loss. HHnsiciB Aiwimco mKtmimm dJf nnnnnnnnW JeHMB SadpfljBLnnUlnnnflLnnnnnl inWInnnna. faawfii PI ': ' Combined with Lowanda CIRCUS TROUPE! G3n FPDSTTg Manager. All powerful Combination composed ot the following well "known Artistes: Mons. Seigrist, Alex. Lovvanda, Marietta Zanfretta, Natello Lowanda. Clarinda Lowanda, Jfartinho Lowanda, Aberlarda Lowanda, Geo. Seigrist, Thos Seigrist, W. sei grist, W. Sparks, Clark Gibbs, Prof. Nash, Pete Conklin, II. Nichols, W. Winner. s& In the Menagerie Department will be found Elephants, Camels, Three-Horned Bull, Water Buffalo, Great African Hartibest, White Camels, Lions and Lioness, Leopards, Hyenas, Panthers, Burmese Cattle, Japanese Hogs, African Porcupines, Zebra, Badgers, White Peacocks, American Lions. Rocky Mountain Moose, Silver Fox; Grizzly Bear, Lama, India Cattle, Monkeys, Apes, Ba boons, Ichneumons, Ant Eaters, Cockatoos, Macaws, PoweeB, Parrots, &c. The procession will en ter town at or hear ten o'clock a. m., led by Professor Schacht's Opera Band. Admission 50 cents; Children under nine years of age, 25 cents. Will Exhibit at Eaton, Friday, April 29th, 1870 C. MM. FJtRJVSVrORTXM, Agent. v i7i i j? ii win Brazilian Van Amburgh's Menagerie and Circus. The best word that can possi bly be said concerning this insti tution, is thst it has beeo before the public for more than one third of a century, and instead of waning in popularity, it has been constantly growing in fa vor, until it has now become as much a luxury to the communi ty as a well-conducted family newspaper, and men, women and children look for its coming as auxiously. This year it appears in a bran new dress and will come to us in a more attractive shape than ever. It has been wintering in Connersville, Indi ana, and one hundred and fifty thousand dollars have been ex pended, during the winter months, to make it the attractive exhibition of the day. An army of artizans and mechanics have been employed in various depart ments and the show will be as magnificent as paint, gilding and decorations can make it. One hundred ana nity dapple gray horses have been purchased ex preesly for its transportation, and will form a beautiful and attrac tive line of procession. Europe an agents have been and still are constantly employed in searching for and purchasing at any cost, all novelties that may offer, and cargoes of strange and rare wild animals are constantly arriving from every known clime. Among the recant importa- tions, and which is now on ex- hibition, is a Hartbeest, the most beautiful and graceful as well as the most rare of the an-- telope species, and undoubtedly the only one ever brought to America. This animal was cap tured in Central Africa, by Dr. Livingstone, sent to England and presented to Lord Hastings, and purchased by one of Van Amburgh's Agents, on the de mise ot that nobleman. The three-horned bull, captur ed on the pampas of Venezuela, is another curiosity of natural history, and is believed to be the only one in existence. This strange animal has three perfect- 1, formed and well developed horns, one of which grows from the center of the forehead. It is perfectly docile, and has been trained to perform a number of incredible feats. But we have not the space, ei ther to refer further to the innu merable natural curiosities, or to the extensive and talented Circus troupe attached to the ex hibition, but will have to refer our readers to the advertise ments and descriptive bills. Van Ambureh'e Exhibition will be iu EATON on Friday, Arpil 29. ; Horace Greeley is aspiring for the Democratic nomination of Governor of New York. What great changes take place! FO R RENT In the business center of Eaton. A room, used. for years as a Drug Store, with the usual shelving, counters and drawers, JesseJB. Stepbeks : John c Boxep. I John H alderman NEW I R M. BONER & HOLDERMAN, Having recently associated as partners in me urocery Business, would inform .1 LI" .1 1 . . . puunc mat, tney nave now on nana a good supply of First Class Groceries such as Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses, Spices, Candies, Soap, Tobacco & Ciears, Butter. Cheese. Lard & Eggs; FLOUR & t MEAL. Dried Fruits, Dried Beef, Tubs, Buckets, Broome, Baskets, &c., &c. IgX, This firm have the 'exclusive Agency in Eaton, for the sale of the CHAMPUN REAPER; and the im proved Dayton Sulky Horse Rake. April 21, 1870 nios. 6. The Democrat Job Office. Probably no other country town in the State if anywhere can turn out a neater job of printing than Eaton, and we are pleased to state that with the facilities that we now have we can turn out as good work as can be found anywhere. We are determined to suit all "reasonable" people in the style and prices, and invite everybody to come and see. As fast as new designs in type, ornaments, etc., will be added as fast as produced by the foundries and in all things we intend that the "Democrat" shall rank with the best. HORSE AND JACK BILLS Haying purchased at the Cincinnati Type Foundry the newest Horse and JacK plates, we are better prepared than ever to do this kind of printing. Stock breeders are requested to call and exam ine specimens andpti and Circus. New Aveertisdments. Ohio Farmer Insurance Company!! LER0Y MEDN A CO. 0.Q incorporated MPeb. 8, '48, Chapter Perpetual. Cash Surolus. Sent. 29, 1868 .... $251,826 39 Losses Paid ovev 278,000 OO Insures Farm Property Only. EXPENSES LESS, in proportion to a mount of business than any other Com pany doing business in Obio, and fer this reason its rates are lower than those of any other Company, Without any Further Liability, Has been in successful operation oyer twenty years, and by reason of its low rates, fair dealing, and prompt settlement of losses, has become the most popular Company in the States among tha Farmers. In case of loss, this Company pays the full yalne of prop erty destroyed by Fire or Lightning, up to the amount insured. For Insur ance or further information apply to Cr. MM. MMOMlMMuS, JMg't. FoT,Vfebl JcpartofAtaniaom'ryOountias. ADDRESS, Gratis, Preble Co., O .Noy 11th, 18tU,yrl. VINEYARDS, NEW JERSEY. SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE! M O t K Y'E.IMIS OMJMM. THIS justly celebrated native Wine is made from thejnico of tile Oportive tjtrape, ratsed in tnia country, its vain able Tnnin pnr1. fit.renp-thfinii.p- Prnticrtinc are unsurpassed bs any other natiye Wine Bet' e the pure juice ol tne grape, pro- ed under Mr. Sneer's own personal sup- ervisiod, its purity and genuineness are guaranteed. The youngest child may partake of its generous qualities, and the weakest invalid may use it to advant- ge. It is paricu!arly beneficial to the aged and debilitated, and io suited to the var ious ailments that affl'.ct the weaker sex. It is, in every respect, A WINE TO BE KELIED OH. INVALIDS USE SPEER'S PORT " GRAPE WINE FEMALES USE SHEERS PORT GRAPE WINE. WEAKLY PERSONS FIND A BENEFIT BY ITS USE. Speer's Wines in Hospitals are prefer red to other wines. Sold by Druggists generally, who also sell Speer's Standard Wine Bitters, Trade supplied by all wt oleaale Dealers. See that the Signature of Alfred Speer, Passiac N. J.,is over the cork of each bottle. A. SPEER'S Vineyard, New Jersey. Uthce, -No. 243 Broadway, JNew Xork. For Sale by J. P. BB00KINS&SON 'fi9 lvr Eiton. Ohio. JTMS W SMMOJP. The uffdersigned having put up a New Shop opposite Robinson, Chambers &Co's Machine Shop, on the corner of Maple & High Strets, is now prepared to do Ml Minds Hi paring Either IRON OR WOODWORK on short notice, having had years pi practical experience, he flatters himself that he can give Satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage. Special attention given to Plow & Wagon Work an Horse - Shoein g JOS. F. BONAKER. Eaton sep.3,68 tf. Dayton & Eaton nibus Line. Om- m HE undersigned will run a Pail. JL Omnibus line, between Dayton an Eaton, as follows: Leave Eaton daily at 5 30 a ving at Dayton at 10 a. m. arri Leave Dayton at 1 p m., arriving at Eaton at 6 30 p. m. Prompt connections made with Noitb ern trains at Dayton. Passengers will be called for bv lea ing their address at the Doup House, Dayton, and the E xress Office, at the Drug Store of J. P.pBrookias &Son, Eaton, O. All orders andcommissions promptly ... r . n MiAnnuvTri' attended to. d&a. iwrvriri r.. n. 1 68-yrl. -NEW- Boot& Shoe STORE. Herlich's Building, Main Street. The understeaed have' formed a co partnership, aud inlehd to make to or der and keep constantly on hand a gcod supply of Ready Made (our own make) BOOTS & SHOES. Repairine neat & cheap. oly22m3 HUTTE & LOCK. For Sale. A Good Two Story Dwelling House in Eaton; with good Celler and 2 to 5 LoU; Also 4 Lots near the Depot, all under fence. Terms reasonable, for particu lars, call on or address the Proprietor in Eaton. S. H. L0CKW0OD July 15, '69-w3 tf. JOHH V. CAMPBELL. JA8. A. GILMORE CAMPBELL fc GILMORE, (Successors to Gilmore & Campbell,) ATTORNEYS at LAW, NOTARIES PUBLIC, LAND AND Gov't Claim Agents. EATON. OWM. Offioa at the old stand, on Barron Street Jan. 1 1869. yl. Administrator's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that (he un dersigned has been duly appointed administrator of the E tate of Isaac flati ta, late of Preble County, Ohio, dee'd. JAMES .BANT A. J. H. Foos, Atty. Feb. 17, 1870 w3 prf $1,75. f l BREEC SHOT GU (vtf BtvSI IN THE WORULgT Saw York Office, 87 BEEOL4F ST. Manhood: Row Lost How Restored. Just pu blished, a new edi tion if Dr. CuIverwell B Celebrated Esaav on the radical cure (without mcdi cine) oi nrtRMATORRHiKA, or Seminal Weakness, In voluntary Seminal Jjosses, Jmpotency, AJental and rbysical incapacity, Impediment i to Marriajre, etc. : also, Consumption, Epilepsy, and cits, induced by selt-indulgeuce or sexu al extravagance. sPrice, in a sealed -envelope, only 6 cents. The celel'rated author, in this admira ble essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' successful practice, that the alarming consequences of self-abase mv be radically cured without the daugeroas use of internal medicine or the applica tion of the knife: pointing out a mode of i;uie hl mice sunpie, certain, ana enec tual. by means of which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately, and rod ically. Vaf lhis Lecture should be in the hands of every youth and every man in the land. Sent, uuder seal, in a plain envelope. to any address, postpaid, on receipt of six cenis. or two nost stamns. A an. r CulverweH'e "Marriage Guide," price ao cenis naaiess tDe ruousners, 127 Bowery, H. T., P. O. Bdx 4,086 HOV Zo, I80 yl T FULTON'S t On Hand B a g bo TO DO ALL KINDS OP FARMING WORK! Sdged Tools, Heavy Forging and AH kinds ot Jobbing ON SHORT NOTICE ! r-i. n -i-i 8gi rices rteasonauie Eaton, Febiuary 3, 1870 lyr. THOMAS FULTON. i Notice to Builders. SEALED proposals will be received nntil the 2nd day of April, A. D. 1&70, at 12 If. for the purpose of build ing a behool House, in bub-District JNo. 10, in Washington township, 'Preble county, Ohio. For Specifications, call on B. F. Larsh, township Clerk, in Ea ton, where bids will be received up to that time. The Board re serves all right to reject any or all bids cot deemed rea sonable. By order of the Board of LOCAL DIRECTORS. John Kisling, Clerk. AGENTS WA.NTe'd for our ItmmjPureffook By Dr. Napheys, Chief of Clinic of Jef ferson Medical College, Khillade'phia. A new and first-class work. Sells at sight to almost every woman an i every married man. Nothing else half so sala ble now out. Our agents are coining money, and doing a good work besides. bend for terms, and testimonials from Surg. General Hammond, Henry Ward Beech':r, and hosts ot other physicians and clergymen. Address, E. HANNA- FUKU & JO., f ublishers of First Ulass Subscription Books, 177 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati. (marl7, 7U-w4 Books for Farmers and Stock Broeders, Bound Volumes of the American Stock Sournal, for 1868 containing 384 large double column pages, sent post paid for $1,50 Bonnd Volumes of the American btocK Journal for 1869, containing 384 pages. sent post paid for el. 50 The Dairymans' Manual for 25cts The Horsemaiis' Manual " 25cU The Hog Breeders' Manual 25cts Th Sheep Breeders' Manual, . . . 25cts The Poultry Breeders' Manual, . . . 25cts The whole five Manuals sent post paid to one address for $1 00 Agents wanted, to whom liberal in ducements will be offered. Address N. P. BOVER k CO., Publishers, 1 m3 Parkesburg, Chester Co., Pa Attachment Notice. Joseph Trunk, PltfE " Before John R Stephens. Justice John W. Tingle and Charles Winder, of the Peace, Washington Tp Preble county, partners as lingle and Winder, defend- Ohio. ants. J 'H the 21st day of January, A D. 1870, said Justice issued an order of attachment in the above action, for the sum of Sixty-five Dollars and eight een cent. JOSEPH TRUNK. Feb. 10, 1870 w3 prf $2,00. FARR&-BR0 DRUeGrlSTS. Main Street, Eaton Ohio, an. 21, 18C9-yl. VISITING CARDS. Packages of beautiful Visiting Cards, neatly printed, fifty in a ease at $2,00 can oe bad at tmsumce. J. P. BROOKNIS & SON. Retail Druggists Baron St., Eaton, Ohio. 14 "69. yl feb. ISAAC McLANE LIVERY, FEED & SALE STABLE Cherry Street, EATON, OHIO. Eaton, February 3, 1870, yrl. Subscribe for the DEMOCRAT. of THE 'BlNGER" NEW FAMILY SEWIN8 MACHINE. WITH ATTACHMEKTH -OR ALL KINDS OF NK( Is fast winning favor in the Hens ehold as ihown br ibe Sales of Last Yw, Amounting to eighty-six Thousand-; -sere Hundred and Kighty-One Machines, . -which far exceed those of any other Com- i pany I This new FAMILY MACHINE is capable of a range and variety of work such as was thought impossible, a short time ago, to perform by ' machinery. We claim, and can show those whom it may concern, that it is the cheapest, most bcautitul, delicately arranged nicely adjusted, easily operated, and smoothly running of all the family Sew ing Machines. It is remarkable, not not only for the range and variety of its sewing, but also, for the variety and variety of sewing, but also for the varic ty and different Kinds of Texture which it will sew with equal facility and per fection, using Silk Twist, Linen o Cot ton Thread, fire or coarse, making the Interlockod-Elastic-Stitch, alike on both sides of the fabric sown. Thus beaver cloth, or leather, may be sewn with great strength and uniformity of stitch, and in moment this willtns; smd never weatying machine may be adjusted for fine work on eauze or gostamer tissue, or the tucking of tarletan, or raffling, of almost any other wort which delicate fingers have been known to' perform. Put chasers can soor be convinced that our new Family Maebine embodies New and essential principles simplicity of construction ease of operation uni formity ot PRECISE action at any speed capacity for range and variety cf work, fine or coarse, leaving all rivals behind it. THBAF0LDI1Q CAtrfBS. The New Family machine may be had In a variety of folding covers and eases. Some show in polished surface only the grain and tint of the wood, while others are' finished in all the elaboration of art THE ATTACHMENTS. For Hemming, Felling, Ruffling, Braid ing, BindiLg, Gathering, Tucking, Em broidering, and so forth, are not only numerous, but now brongnt to great perfection. Most of them can be at- aehed bv a bimple move ot tne nana. 1 I he quality of the work can only be fully ppreoiated on observation and cxami- ation. Machine Twist. 15 EN THREAD, SPOOL COTTON OIL, Ac. We have and shall keep in stock at, our Central Office, A, igencies. loo spools of various sizes, Twist of all sizes and colors, Linen Thread, Spool Cotton Oil, and all other articles ne cessary in the use of our machines. We wish it understood tnat we manu facture thu Twist sold by or, that we shall aim to have it excel in quality and exceed in quantity, for a given ptice, that of other manufacturers, aad that the Twist made by us in oar new and extensive mills, supplied as they are with the most improved machinery and skille4 labor can be lelied on for the desirable qualities of uniformity of size, evenness, length of thread as marked on each spool, strength, excellence of color and beaaty of finish TEE 8INGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY CINCINNATI OFFICE, 61 West Fourth .St. March 10, 187 Otf N EW BLACKSMITH CHOP. D 0 NOTICE TO ALL CREATION. The undersignec has juit opened a A FIRST CLASS BLACKSMITH Shop on Decator and Beech Sta. Eaton, Ohio just above the Brewery. Horee-Shoeing, Plows, Harrows, Wagons, .Edged lools, etc. made New or repaired. Also Double Linked Chains repaired or made. Bring on your Work, ttatisfao tton trarranlca. UHKISTIAJN BM1TJ1. January. 27, 1870-yrl. NEW!! NEW1! FRESH GROCERIES J. N.LONGNECKER. WOULD respectfully announce to the citizens of Eaton and vicinity that having purchased the entire stock of Groceries of Stan nab & Bro , will al ways be found on hand one door West of the National Bank, with a larae and well seleoted stock of gROCERIES IJOTiONS, Coffe, Tea, Sugar! FlouTj Bacon, Molasses, Syrups, Nuts, Fresh & Oove Oysters, Sardines, Indigo, Starch, Soda, Matches, Caudles, Lamp Queensware, Fresh Batter, Crrckers, Cheese, Cigars, Smt.kin To bacco, Clewing Tobacco, Blackiag Freth & Pickled Fish, Ac. Ac. Bring Your Country Produce here if yon want Cash or Cash price for it. I take pleasure in showing and wait ing upon customers and ask a liberal share of the pnblic patronage. J. N. LONGNfcCKER. Eaton P. . Dec. 23, 18G9-mos3. Sale Mi ills, Posters, Programmer, Cards, can be had mt this Office.