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jcm - -. -.t m- m r -wr .j-w -sra r ji il . n a 1 . j j ci j 1 & oots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Furs, &c, ever brought to this market, would respectfully ask his old. customers and the World I J A T m A T T V 111 IX JI II IS all Ej ' LJ general 10 uaijIj adhj lvaia. ax x-xviasxio 00 Bieces of Prints, Madder Colors, at 6i Cents. inaiiii Ar uAwn tiiiIbi. tram to 2rci. raiuoii riauiieis iroiii ira 10 iiirtv a m A a iiT! AA .bm .t sr-stacc I1aIi t af call Alnrfi Kikwn i iicii'fii ;m nasi n si a 3mm.mww j biii arm . nan ii m k-v OfMPU MrDriun'O mile Rl APli P.RFFN AUn RRnWM IILIIUII IIILIILIIU U ULUL1 ULHUIV UIIL.LI1 HI1U Ullw WW Hi very large lot of Delanes at low figures French. English, German & American Plaids at all Prices. Our Stock i.f moth Calmere8. conHt of American and French Manufacture Black Blue and Brown Cloths BInck and Blue Beaver Cloths at from S2.00 to t,800 Uur&ck a otnaaeres, con u Af AiPUG ARR TTTF bTIT I sTaT A '!W TTV MARKET ur TOJHS- w,wT. mtHm in yttititt T l fl fl fin HTflt flmt lTfl All ICQ TT I TITATTO T7IlTTif1 0 PTPP hi u iu r ini i 1 1 Lin u ' nil l m 'i1 ii k v in xlit v i i iir ii i v nniiii . hiivii.x at aii.fa nn,.rn, Bed Snreadd Table Clothe-? the TCelebrated Richmond Blankets Water pro f Cloth Black Velvet for Dresses Irish Poplins-Japan 8ilk Black Satin Felt and Worstau Balmorals Crash and Table Linen rtrf XkGthmeX Kid Buck Silk and Worsted Gloves of nil kinds sixes and prices-Richmond and Eastern Flannel., Jeans &c. STOCKING YARN-LADIES VEST and PANT8 Mens' & Boy. Under Ware chiap-lu,es ft O.ntlerueu &ld, C,eck, and b,lir,ing Stripes, in all of which WE DEFY COMPETITION. Woolen lloods, Nubtea, Scarfs and Mett, for Ladies. wall JO ZxtZ tne worm JLJE CVUJlk3 ex. uwui iuics hiiu iiiM - Ar ... nf t:rirfPTio.v. JKJVMB nv THE t'ER' LATEST STLES nnd in f net Everything that was ever fcoh in n well rctrulated DRY GOODS llOUbK. ftMak flHsaajx BmBJBmWimva sMMal .afMHHkw HBsW K laB mM SaSfcw Bsm. iaHS aM ' ' K 3 W 1 1- t 3 - o , " 3 IB) 5 aU sr . . r 2 Cfc Mo S5f S 1 a cr A 5 & g o o i is W ha CD a o am C 3D Why Livery, Feed 4" le Stable HAVING bought the stock of Horsei, Buggies. Carriages and Hack of I'eter Shafner, I am replenishing the entire atrtnlr Atirl Wilt fliriliflh Horses Carriag es and boggses for pleasure Bides, Wed- ings. Funerals. Jtc, at me lowest "rjuble 1st door east of the Union Ho tel, Main at. . R. SinrEE Prop'tor. Eaton, May 26 '70. 6m i 1 a J "t" "SaT-J o Q FULTON'S I? On Hand TO DO ALL KINDS OF FARMING WORK! Edged Tools, Heavy Forging and All kinds ot Jobbing ON SHORT NOTICE ! Prices Reasonable Eatorf, Febtnary 3 1870 lyr. b a g i i g p i JOBBV. CAMPBELL. JAC. A. GILVORE CAMPBELL ft GILMORE, (Successor to Gilmore A Campbell,) ATTORNEYS at LAW, NOTARIES PUBLIC, LAND AND Gov. Claim Agents. EAXTON. OViiXD . Offioe at the old stand, on Barron Street Jan. 1 1870. yl. New Advertisements. VINEYARDS JNEWJIRSEY. SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WIDE! FOUR 'M:.1RS OM.M9. rnuis just iy celebrated natire Wine is made from the juico of the Onortive Grape, raised m Una country, its vain able Tonic and Strengthenii.f Properties are unsurpassed bs any other natiye Wine Bei g the pure juice of the grape, pro ad uuder Mr. Speer's own personal sup ervisiod, Its purity aud genuineness are guaranteed. The youngest child may partake ot its generous qualities, ana tne weakest invalid may use it to advan - ge. I It is par'icu'.arly beneficial to the aged and debilitated, and i suited to- tbe var I ions ailments that afB.ct the weaker sex. It is, in every respect, A WfXE TO BE RELIED ON. INVALIDS USE SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE FEMALES USE SHEER S PORT GRAPE WINK. WEAKLY PERSONS FIND A BENEFIT BY ITS USE. Sf.eer'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 wl olesale Dealers. See that the. Signature of Alfred Speer, Pasaiac N. J.,is over the cork of each bottle. A. SPEER'S Vineyard, New Jersey. Office, No. 243 Broadway, New York. For Sale by J. P. BBOOKINSASON '69 lrr Eaton. Ohio. John C Bonep. John Haldebmah NEW FIRM, BONER & H0LDERMAN Having recently associated as partners in the uroceiy .Business, would lntonn the DubKc that thev have now on hand a eood supply of First Class Groceries such as Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Molusses, Spices, Candies, Soap, Tobacco & Cigars, Butter, Cheese, Lard & Eggs; FLOUR & MEAL. Dried Fruits, Dried Beef, Tubs, Buckets, Brooms, Baskets. &c, &c. aam This firm have the exclusive Agency in Enton. for the sale of the CHAMPUN REAPER; and the im proved Dayton Sulkv Horse Rake. April 21, 1870 mos. 6. A Farm of One Hundred ACRES FOR N0THIN6 ! ! A compilation with full an' aecurate .xplanations of the HOMESTEAD LAWS enablin and instructing any person how to secure one hundred acres of rich farming land for nothing, six months before leaving home, and in the rechest and most productive portiou of the Oreat West If yon contemplate emigration send FIFTY CBETS fo this Work. You will aevcr regret it ! M. E. MAYNARD, St. Louis, Mo, Ohio Farmers Insurance Company!! IEROY MEOW A CO. 0. incorporated Feb. 8, '-48, Charter Perpetual. Cash Surplus, Sept. 29, 1869 - - - - 9251,826 30 Losses Paid over 278,000 OO Insures Farm Property Only. EXPENSES LESS, in proportion to a mount of business than anv other Com -pany doing business in Ohio, and fer this reason its rates are lower than those of any other Company, Without any Further Liability, Has been in successful operation over 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 the Farmers. In case of loss, this Company pays the full value of prop erty destroyed oy Fire or Lightning, up to the amount insured. For Insur ance or further information apply to fir. If. MMOLJttFS. .fc'f- For Vreble Apart ofMonlgom'ryC ountias , ADDRESS, Gratis, Preble Co., O .Nov 1 1th, 1869,yrl. j Manhood: How Lost How Restored. Just published, a new edi tion if Dr- Cnlverwell's Celebrated Essay on the radical cure (without medi cine) of Spermatorrhea, or Seminal Weakness. Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Marriage, etc. ; also, Consumption, ibpuepsy, and Fits, induced by self-indulgence or sexu al extravagance. BBrrice, in a sealed envelope, only b 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 cured without the dangerous use of internal medicine or the applica tion of the knife; pointing out a mode of cure at once simile, certain, and effec tual, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately, and rad ically. 10 This Lecture should be in the hands oi every youth and every man in the land. Sent, uuder seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or two post stamps. Also, Dr. Cnlverwell's "Marriage Guide," price 25 cents. Address the Publishers, .CHAS.J.C KLINE & CO., 127 Bowery. N. Y., P. 0. Box 4,686. Nov 25, 1869 yl HOWARD SANITARY AID ASSOCIATION. For the Relief and Cure of (he Erring and Unfortunate, on Prindiples of Christian Philanthropy. Eaaaya on the Errors of Youth and the s of Age, in relation to Marriae Social ttvils, with sanitary aid for the afflicted. Sent, free, in eeal ed Envelopes. Addreasg HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P. Philadelphia, Pa. feb!0;180-yrl Fanners' Wives. HOW TO MAKE GOOD STRONGOT fcCAR IN ONE DAY ! From Cider, Sorf hum, Molasses, Sugar, Wine or "the juce of any fruit. Directions Simple and Easy. Copt not one-ltnlf that ot the old process of allowing Ci der to sour in the barrels. Any one can make it. Full Directions sent upon receipt of FIFTY CENTS. Address, W, H. Bishop, ST. LOVES, m june2 3m JJEW gLAGKSMITH gHOP. NOTICE TO ALL CREATION. T2 e undersignee nas lust opened a A FIRST CIASS BLACKSMITH Shop on Decator and Beech Sts. Eaton, Ohio just above the Brewery. Horse-Shoeing, Plows, Harrows, WagODS, Edged Tools, &c. made New or repaired. Also Double Linked Chains repaired or made. Bring on your Work, Satisfaolion Warranted. CHRISTIAN SMITH. January. 27, 1870-yrl. John Miletnan's Estate. "XTOTICE is hereby given that the un Y dersigned has been duly appointed and Qualified executor of the' last Wt!l a-d testament ot John Hileman, late of Preble connty Ohio, deceased. ' MICHAEL FILBERT. J. H. Fooa, Att'y. Sept. 22, 1870 prf $1,75 w3 Attachment Notice. O. "W. Moyer pl'tff vs Johnathan Ouutle Defendant. Before J. Mc Lean, J, P. of Twin Township Preble Connty, Ohio, NT the 24th day of September, A. D. J 1870. said Justice issued an order ot attachment in the above action for tbe sum of ten dollars and forty cents. C. W. MOYER. West Alexandria, Ohio, October 5, '70 Octl3 70w3 prf $1,75. fff A YEAR. GREAT IN $W,UWW DUCMKNT TO MALE AND FEMALE AGENTS. We desire an ac tive Agent iu every town, to whom we offer a chance to make money. For full particulars address Braikard & Wet aoas, Cleveland, Ohio. may 26 tf. W1JYTJERS Jt MILL, Dealers in First Class Familj Groceries North-Baon street, EATON, O. June 9, 1870.yrl. SUBSCRIBERS 'FOR THE Democrat, paTup YOUR SUBSCRIPTION. Cin'ti Hamilton & Dayton R. R. For Richmond, Connersville, Rushville, Cambridge City, Dayton, Lima, Fort Wayne, Chicago aud the Northwest, Sandusky, Cleveland and Buf falo, Toledo, Detroit and all Foints in Canada. from CINCTNNA- Trains run to and TI as follows; ARMVE. DEPART. Dayton Express.. 7.00 a m. 3130 p. m. Davton Express. ..1 15 p. m 11 .30 p. m Dayton Express ... 9.45 p m 6.30 a m Toledo, Detroit and Canada 7.30 am 10.20 pm Ft Wayne, Toledo, De troit and Canada ..630 pm 6.30 a m Lima and Fort Wayne 3.40 p m 10.40 a m Sandnsh y Cleveland and Buffalo 7.00 am 6.25 pm Bellefontaine Accom modation . . .3. 10 p m 10 40 am Sandusky, Cleveland and Buffalo 9 45pm 530am Indianapolis and Ft. Wayne 7.00 a m 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 uond end Chica go T.Wp m 10.10 am Hamilton Accommo dation 9.30 am 1.45 p nr Hamilton Accommo dation 5 50 am Hamilton Accommo dation 8 05 am The 9.45 r. M. Train for Sandusky, Cleveland and Buffalo, daily, Saturdays excepted. On Saturdays the Bellefon taine Accommodation will be run to Sandusky, Ike Dayton Express Train departing at &45 p. M.. and arriving at 6.30 a. m., run daily. All other trains daily, Sun days excepted' Trains run by Columbus time, which is seven minutes taster than Cincinnati time Cincinnati Offices are 115 Vine St.; Mo. 80 Fourth street; North-east corner Front and Broadway. Main aad Levee, and Depot corner Fifth and Hoadley streets. S A M L STEVENSON, octl3tf General Ticliet Agent RAILROAD. A Royal Train BELIEVE ME!!! The Finest Coaches in the World ON THE AND Atlantic ft Oreat Western Railway '! hi line is pronounced hy experienc ed railroad men to be the best and most comfortable route to New York. Boston, And all Eastern points. On account of the great superiority of its track, and the comforts of its luxo- rous Sleeping and Drawing Room Coach es, THE EINEST IN THE WOULD, Lit with Gas and heated by Hot-water Pipes running along the base of the sides and under tbe seats; so an idea of tbe magnificence of these coaches may be torme t by the fact that each COST OVER 9f,000. These coaches run through from Cin cinnati to New York without change. Ro ctner line pretenas to otter to the traveling publ'c the coavenience and comforts of tbe Broad Gauge rente, and tne great increase of travel over this line coring the last six months fully de monstrate that tbe traveling public will support and patronize the line offering the most comfortable accommodations O LIGHTNING EXPRESS TRAINS tf leave Cincinnati for New York, Bea ton and all points East as follows: 7.00 a m Cin'ti Express, except Sundays 1.15 p m N. Y. Express, except Sundays y.4o p m jNight express, daily. For all itnformation as to time, con nections, &c , please call at the Com pany's Offices 80 West Fourth at reet; 115 Vine street; No. 4 Burnet Hoare; corner Front and Broadway, and at the Depot, corner Fifth and Hoadly streets, Cincinnati. WM. It. BABR, General Passenger Agent, New York. W. B SHATTUC, General Southern Agent, Cincinnati. ! Everything to be GROUND! A MEW FIRM. 3. P. ACTON & CO. Having formed a new partnershipv " propose in the future, as in the paat to grind out all Winds of Lumber, Lath. Fencing Posts, &c They also propose, to grind and keep constantly on tana foi sale, Com, Oats, Rve, Barley and all kinds of Horse and Cow Feed. Call and see, and then you'll khow. Thankful for past favors, they solicit a continuance or the public patronage. Aug 4, l8T0,-tf. Notice To Our Subscribe tisei This Paper Cannot Be Run WITHOUT MOKEYt $500.00 On Our Books for Subscription We Cannot Live on Promises !f You who subscribed and pto mised to-pay afterHarveit,should reco' lect that we are dependent on you for what is justly our?. Let every one come up and eet tie, and thus keep ua going. AAflaam. fmtmm Dayton & Eaton Om nibus Line. THE undersigned will run a Dail Omnibus line between Dayton aaJP Eaton, as follows: Leave Eaton daily at 3 .10 a m. , nrri ving at Dayton at 10 a. m. Leave Dayton at 1 p. at., arriving at Eaton at 6 30 p. m. Prrmrpt connections madewith North' em trains at Dayton. Passengers will be called for brlaav ing tSeir address at eke Doup House, Davton, and the E xress Offioe. fat tbe Drug Store of J. PpBrookini ft Son, caton, v. All orders andcommissious nromutlw at tee ded t o. J AS. TOKBKNrS. jan. 1 06-yr-l.