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DAY & HAT LACK ,
II ive removed lo llicir New Store Rooms,
No. 89 Pearl St., bet. Vine ft Race,
ami are opening targt stockof
Full and Winter Dry Oood9,
u which t hey invite ilie attention of the traOe.
August 10, 1855. tf.
r. 1. OILMORK. J. A. CILMORC.
W. J. J. A. CSILlTIOltE,
Altorneys and Counsellors at Law
lTOtlicc on Haron Street, 8 doors south f
Register Priutiug ofliee, Eaton, 0.iJ nng .
Btot and Shoe Store.
fPHE UNDERSIGNED, has for
I JL months been engaged in man1
4P4 ufactu ing Boots and Shoes, with
a view to opening a
Boot and Shoe Store iu Eaton,
and having completed a large amount of the same,
lias now tue pleasure of announcing that he has
OTiencd, on Main Street, opposite the National
Hotel; a complete assortment of all the various
kinds, mostly of his own nnnufacturo. HisTis
snrtment now on hind and in progress of comple
tion, are GKN'TS KID TOP. CALF. MOHOCCO,
And Patent Leather (Suiters;
Oxford Calf: Morocco and Patent Leather Tics;
Calf, Patent Leather Jlonrocvtnd all other kitids
too to lious to mention. All kinds of Gent' and
LidieV fancy Gaiters made to order, of the best
material and workmanship. From the experi
ence ho has had in the business, ho feels contt-
dent his work will compare favfably with any
East or West. E. P. LU lan UvU
Eiton. April 5. 1355 42-tf.
THE POCKET .ESCULAPHJS
OK, EVERT ONE HIS OWN FliVSICiAN.
THE 50 5. Edition, with Onellun-
1 I dred Engravings, showing Disea
ses and .Mnllonrianoiis ol the Human
Syjtem in every shape and form. To which
Is added a Treatise on the Diseases of Females,
being of the highest importance to married
pejple, or tlnse coiitem,)lating aiarrage. By
WILLIAM YOUKG ,M .D.
Let no father be ashamed to present a copy
ff)e JWCULAPIUS to his child. It may
far j li'ij from an early grave. Let no young
uMii or woman enter into Hie secret obliga
tions of married life without reading the
POCKET iEiCl'LAPilJS. Let no one suf
fering from a hncknied Couijh, Pain in the side,
.restless nights, nervous feelings, and the whole
train of Dyspeptic sensations, and given up by
their physicians he another moment without
consulting .he TEsculopius Have the married,
or ttiose about to be married any impediment,
read this truly useful book, as it has been the
means of saving thousands of unfortunate crea
tures from the very jaws of death.
ILTAny person sending TWENTY-FIVE
G3NT3 enclosed in a letter, will receive one
eopy of lhi work by mail, or five copies will
be sent for One Dollar.
Address, (postpaid.) DR. VM. YOUN'O.
No. 152 Spruce St., Philadelphia.
Or. J. II. MEREDITH, -
DENTAL SURGEON AND OPERATOR IN
WOULD respectfully inform both friends and
patrons that he may now be found on Main
mm i i.j Street, ouc square west of the Court
y?fesC5''0Usci Eaton, Ohio.
-XtXJj Thankful fur the liberal patronage
b-jsto-.ved tue last year, and e vi donees of satisfac
tion rendered, hi re . 'Is like renewing his efforts
not only to please, but to surpass, if possible, his
forui-'r operations in
Incorruptible Artificial Toethinsertediuentiro
or p irts of s tts. with Gum of a beautiful granu
I ihoii, so delicately tinted aud blunuedastodefv
detection from the uatur.il, except by the close.it
Teeth always inserted on this priucip'o when
he entire arch is requirel.nnd partial setts when
he conditio" of the mouth will adroit of it.
Dr. 51. would call attrition to this very impor
tant operation, by s tying that if properly done
Teeth can be rondere 1 useful for life.
Extracting, Clo.ausiug, and Regulating Chil
Jrtrtu's Teeth, and g moral diseases of the mouth
treated in a judicious nrnner.
OIHoe aud resid'-nccon Main Street. one square
west of the Court Home, E.ton, Ohio.
April li, 1535. !y.
Important Announcement! !
rPO all persons afflicted with Sexual diseases,
jsuch as Seminrl Weakness, Iinpo'.ence,
Gounorliojn, Gleet, c, i$-c. The Howard
Association of Philadelphia, in view of the
awful destruction of human life nnd health,
caused by Sexual diseases, mi l the deceptions
which are practiced upon tlie uiil'ortu mile vic
tims of such diseases by quacks, have directed
their Consulting Surgeon, as a charitable act
worthy of their name, to give medical advice
grali.', to all persons Ihus afflicted, (Male or
Female,) who apply by letter, wilh a descrip'
tion of their condition, (age, occupation, linb
. its of life, &c.,) and in cases of extreme pov
erty and suffering to furnish medicine free or
The Howard Associalion is a benevolent
institution, established hyspecial endowment,
for the relief of the sick and distressed, af
flicted with "Viiulent aud Epidemic Diseas
es," and its runps can be used for no other
.purpose. It has now a surplus of means,
which the Directors have voted to advertise
the above notice. It is needless to add that
the Association commands the highest Mcdi
al skill of the age, and will furnish the most
approved modern ireatment. Valuable advice
also given to sick and nervous females, af
flicted, with Abdomnal Weakness, Womb
Complainl, Costiveness, Leucorrhoea, He.
Address (post paid,) Dr. Gkouoe R. Calhoun,
Consulting Surgeon, lloward Association, No.
2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
EZRA V. HEARTWELL, i'res't.
George Fairchild, Secretary.
July 12, 1855. Iyml2.
MYslockof.llantillasisuow complete, coin
prising the newest and most fashionable
Moire Antique, Silks,
Chantilla Lace and Applica Work.
The styles for Spring and Snininei are chaste
and elegant, far surmssinir in beauty the de
signs of last year, and admirably adapted to our
For Mantillas, Ladies' Waists and Sleeves, do
llasks Morning Gowns. Also I'attcrus tor lloy.s
end Missessuitsoau be found at either of my es
tablishments, of every desirable styles.
Manufacturer and Exclusive ltenlerin Mantillas
and Patterns' 7J Fourth street. 8 doors from V ine
aud 6 'J Fifth street, corner of Ludo.
May 10 1853. tf.
fXfVn BuhelPla Seed for which
f)JJ,JJ(J the highest mark! priee wiil
be given by J P. LROOKINS& SON.
Eaton July 23, 1855.
A SEW article in this market, NUT OIL for Ma
tunarv, Ae.,fornla( the Drug-atore of '
Aft'. f . P. Bfookinil Son-
CAltPETS! CARPETS! I
THE subscribers now reccivingand opening
large assortment of English Tapestry Vel
vet, Tupestrie Urusscls, Brussels, Three-ply, In
From twenty-seven inches to twenty-four feet
wide. Also, Rugs, IJrucrgets. Table and Piano
Covers, Curtain Goods, Stair Rod, Ac , &c, at
wholesale and retail, to which he would most ro
siiectfullyiiiviteyour attention before purchasing
elsewhere. II. FALLS.
So. 71 East Fourth st., bet. Main Jt sycamore.
June 14, 1835. tf
JOBM J TBOXSLL. JOI1.1 A , A3HJ ui
JOHN J. TBOXELL Ac CO.
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEALERS i
Ribbons, Flowers, Embroideries, Silks,
. AN'0 A COMPLETE AsfEllTMKNT Or
14ft FIF Til STREET. CIHUISH ATI, UtUU.
GREAT CHANCE FOR BARGAINS!!
TiUEuudoi signed being desirous of closingout
J-hisbiisiness. now oilers for salealarge lot of
JSVUGIES AND CAKK1AUES,
wliih will ho sold cheaper than anv establish
ment rn the county. Ho will trade for horses or
Idbuggics A carriages. A credit of ninemonths
will be liven for good paper. All those wanting
sonv'thiiig nice and serviceable willhud it money
. . . . , . ii
4 W. 11. A G. KLINE.
Eaton, June 17,1354 12tf-
F B SI C 1 N OJ
THE undersighed is engaged in the planting
and reaiingof the Osage Orange, "nd is now
prepared to make engagements for furnishing
spriuts and setting, or setting and maturing
euces atuir prices, ara will warrant a
FIRST RATE FENCE-
in four vears! All orders addiessed to west
Eikton, Preble county Ohm, will be promptly
niienueu 10. .uuiinniin
... u i iuTi lav
Dec. 7 1834. tf.
AND UEALEa IN
Seed3 Country Produce, &c.
CM 6'.'rce(, North Side, 3 doon West of Elm.
THE subscriber takes tins method oi imorirung
his old friends and the public in gcneral.lhat
lie has enlarged his store room above and below,
and isnow receivinira larecaud fresh assortment
of UnOCKKlMll, coinprisinif iu part, ui
5') Barrels No. 1 Mackerel.
Nos. 1,2 and 3.
Prime Plantation Molasses,
100 Kegs assorted Nails.
30 Boxes Glass.
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Rice, Indigo, Alum,
Madder, (.'operas. Cotton Yarns. Salt. Tobacco,
An., ton-ether with all articles of Grocerie,
initnlilnfnr the countrv trade. Merchants are
respectfully invited ty call aud examine goods
ana ascertain pricea uioic ii..!.......... v.
where. Octobers, 1954,
HELMBOLD'S GENTJIJIE PREPERATI0N8,
IIET.VUOLD'a UIOULI COCBNTnATEO
coapocsii fluid extiuct iticno,
For diseases of the bladder nnd kidneys, Sc
cret diseases, strictures, weakness and alldis.
eases of the sexual ore-Jiis. whether in male or
female, from whatever cause tiieymay nave ong
luatcd.and no matter ol how lonir stanainj;.
If von have contracted the terrible disease
which, when once seated in the system, will
surelv I'D do.vn from one veneration to another.
millennium:' me constitution aim saiiiiinif t in
vert' vital lluids of life, do not trust yourself in
the hands of quacks, tvho start up every day in a
city like this, and fill the papers with (.'hiring
falsehoods, ttvo well calculated to deceive the
voiinc. and those not icnuaiiitedtviththeirtricks.
Voa c iniiot be to-careiut in ine seiecuou oi a
roir edv in lliese cases.
The Fluid Extract Uiichuhasboen pronounced
bycuruent physicians the greatest remedy ever
Kno .vn. it is a memento pericctiy pieasaui in
its t'.sle, nnd very innocent in its action, aud yet
so thorough that it annihilates every particle ol
the rank aud ttoisoiiousvirus ot uiisureauiiu uis.
eae ; and unlike other remedies docs not dry up
the uisciijc in the blood.
Constitutional debility, brought on by self-
abuse a most terrible disease, which hasbrouhl
thousands ol the human race to untimely graves,
thus bla.-tiug the brilliant hopes of parents and
blitrhtin in .he bud the morions ambition ol
many a noble vouth. cau be cured by this intiilli
ble remedy. And as a medicine which must
!onifit pvprv bodv. from tlln simnlv delicate to
the confined and despairing invalid, no equal is
to be lound acting as a cure aud preventive.
Hcnibold's Highly Concentrated
Compound Fluid Extract Sarsapariila,
For purifying the bio ,d, removing all diseases
arising trom excessoi Mercury, exposure anu im
nrudnice in life. cLronic constitutional disease,
arising from an impure state of the blood, and tlie
only reliable and known remedy known for the
n of scrofula, salt rheuiii. scald head, ulcera
tions of the throat and legs, pains and swelliugs
of the bones, tetter, pimples on the luce, ana all
scalv eiuotious of the skin.
Tiiis article is now prescribed by somo of the
most distinguished physicians iu the country,
and lias approved more ellicient in practice than
anv picpeiMtiou of Sarsaparilla yet offered to the
public, (several cases of secondary syphillis,
mercurial aud scrofulous diseases have entirely
recovered iu the incurable wards of our public
institutions which had for many years resisted
every mode of treatment that could he devised.
These cases lumisn striKing examples ol the sal
utary ctlects of shis medicine in arresting some
of the mosr inveterate diseases after the glands
were destroyed, and the bones already aftected.
Xotick Letters from responsible physicians
and professors of several Medical Colleges, and
ct-rtiliciites of cures from pntieuts will be found
ncompanying both preperatious.
Prices', Eluid Extract of lhichu, $1 per bottle
or six bottles for $5.
Fluid Extractdarsaparilla, $1 per bottle or six
bottles for 45.
Prepared and sold by n. T. IIEI.MUOLD.
Chemist, 2iS8 Chesnut street, near the Girard
To be had of J. P. lirookiue A Son, Eaton, 0
and of Pruggistsand dealers everywhere.
All letters directed to the Proprietor or Agen
will receive immediate attention.
July 2;th 1355
SPLENDID TOWN PKOPEItTT
THE subscriber wishes to
sell the House nnd Lotupou
which he now resides sit
u.ited in the most desirable
part of town, (on Somer
street, cast of liaron.) and
bttcd un with every conve
nience. The House is commodious and in good
repair, with a good Well. Cistern and Wood
House convenient. There is a good stable upon
the lot, together with a choice variety of Grafted
Fruit Trees, Currant Bushes, 4o.
tif For further particulars, enquire of the
subscriber ot his Grocery Store, on liaron Street
JOHX G. WILLIAMS.
Eaton, April 19, 1855 tf.
THE subtcriber would respectfully inform
' t the public that he is now miuufacturlugat
jy his shop a superior article of
STONE AND EABTHENWAEE.
consisting in jiart of Crocks. Pans. Slove Crocks,
Stoae Jugs, Pitchers and Howls: all of which
he will sail on reasonable term. CSfShop Iocs
ted at the old Poller stand JACOli KL1XGLEJ
THANKFUL for the liberal share of patronage
received from a generous public,
rcspcctfullyinforma hisold friends and custom
ers, and the people generally, that he has just re
ccivcdfrointhecityanewaud large assort incut of
J E W E LIC V.
ainoug which may be fouud almost every style,
pattern and priceut Kight-day, Twentv-touriiour
and Alarm CLOCKS. Also, Gold and Silver
Lever, Magic, Lcptuc, English, SiTtss,l)utch and
Emerald. Pearl, Turquois, Cornelian Mourning.
Onruct, Plain and set cluster breastpins. Karaud
Fiiiirer-niies, superior Uolu l'cns, Ounru, est
and Fob chains, Gold and Silver Pencils.Guards
Slides. Thimbles. Tooth-picks. Shirt-studs, Ac.
Money lielts, clavouets, tort rise shell combs,
thern"ivcters,toys, toy-watches, fancy baskets,
Gold spectacles and lockets, steel beads, rings.
tassels, Accordeons, music boxes, liutes, otc.ic,
o u r l e r y ,
Superior pocket and pen-knives Luxurious sha
ving raiors. Fine table cutlery, salt-spoons, su
gar tonus, table nnd tea spoons, fine silver.plateil
and Brittiauuu ware.
Silver, steel, and
Plntcd ; Goggles,
jcv-c scissors, i ci-iurs,
-"steel pens. Morocco
and steel spectacle
cases, tooth, hair, and cloth brushes, pins and
needles, silk, cotton and bncK-sktn poeket-booKs
wallets, shaving boxes, soap.and. strops, compos
es, amber beads, percussion caps, curtain-bands
wafer, hannouicous, steel and plated Watch
Gold Silver Gilt nnd stcci
Watch chaiosand Keys, plated and silk guards.
A lot ot toys, He, with many articles tneiaige
amount of clocks, watches and Jewelry sold by
the subscriber, is the. best evidence ol the excel
lency of the articles he keeps on hand.
ZeJ Call and examine tor yourselves, opposite
the Court House, Eaton, Ohio.
Feb. 1,1855. .
rPIIE 'undersigned having some six months
1. since retired from tho mercantile business,
and having still a large amount outstanding in
the form of notes and book accounts, and be
lieving that sufficient lenity has uim becu shown,
would respectfully notify those iudebted to them
that immediate payment is now reijuii ed.
Our books anil notes are in the bauds of v.
L. Mitchell, who is our authorized agent for
the transaction of a:l b.isiness peruining to the
firm of Marsh & Lockw jod, and may be found at
the ollice of H. G. D. .Mclvcmy, Esq., Public
Square, Eaton Ohio.
Please come forward friends, and by comply
ing with the above request save us a disagreeable
task, aud yoarsclves additional ct nnd trouble.
N. It. l.OCKWoOI).
Iu my absence Esq. MeKemy will attend to the
above business. Wh.L. MITCHiiLL,
May 24, 1S"5. tf.
NEW PATENT PL' MP.
THGuudersigiiedtakesthis method to inform
the Water using public, that in a few d.iyshe
wll receive from Seiiect Falls, X. V. a lot of
Barker's Patent Double Actiou Force and Lift
Pumps, which for tho ber.eiit of his friends he!
would like to sell. This Pump is per eclly sir.i-
nli. in Artiwlfitlioti i 4 clina n and v i ll last a looir
time beintr made of iron, and should, by ail
means, be in possession ol every lanniy as a sate
guard in case of lire, from the fact that it will
throw a constant stream ol water to any part ol n
building. Pcrsonsdesirousofs fine lliese pumps
operate, can do so bycalliug at tlie Tin and. Stove
Siorcof W. P. McGAUB,
Kiton.May, Sl,l9.-,3. tf.
I am now receiving a large and chsicc assort
ment of White Fish, 'which I will at the
lowest rates. Call nnd exnnrne they are
Fresh and good. ft. S.CUNMXtlilAM.
!CST received at the Grocery of 0;rden &
Dick, a large lot of lio-u'u Soap best quality
Pertnxsdesiringa, superior article will ph-ae
SUGARS. We have now on hand for disposal
as flue a variety of Sugars as can be had any
where, and will sell as many pound to the dol
lar. Ogden & Dick.
OGDEN & DICK,
Wholesale nnd Iletuil diroecrs,
MAI STISECT, EATON, O.
ARE now in receipt of, nnd will continue to
receive large supplies of choice Family Gro
ceries, which tlicvoj'cr to their lib -ral patrons
on terms fully adequate to meet the wants of
these trying times. Dee. 21,1351.
Wholcsaleaud Retail Dealer in
liaron si., Eaton, 0.
Fresh Dread, and Cakes constantly on hand.
TTHEAT,I!yo, Corn, Oats, Flaxseed. Pota
toes, anil all kiudsof Produccboughtatthe
wholesale and retail grocery of
ma. 30. 'U.S. Cunningham!
DROOMSand Brushes of all kinds just receiv
JD ed and for sale by the wholesale or retail at
theGroceryof U. S. Cunningham.
ALA,. GE and fresh supply of GROCERIES o
all kinds.which will be sold wholesale orrc-
ial at the lowost rates, bv
March 30. U. S. CPXXI.VCUAM.
INSPECTED and Warranted and sold only
forMedicinal purposes by
It. S. CUNNINGHAM.
fPHE finest Mackeral ever offered the people
Eaton, inst opened and for snle .it the
Grocery of It. S. CUNNINGHAM.
BASKET?!, liuekcts. Tubs, Churns and other
articlosof Cedaraud Willow-Warenow lor
10 R. S. CUNNINGHAM
Fine lot of Coffee of the most choice kinds,
ii just received aud for sale at the new firm of
UgUCU H IJICK-
MOLASSES, all kinds and the most superior
quality, now in store and o'Jfered totlie pub
lie ut the Grocery of Ogden A Dick.
Office of the Md., consolidated Lotteries )
Baltimore, Maryland, June 20lh, 1855.
CAUTIOJX '-LOTTERY FIIAVDS.
The Commissione r of the Maryland State Lot.
teries has deemed it his duty to caution the pub
lic against the numerous swindlers who circu
late by mail aud otherwise, fradulent Lottery
schemes, and preteud to be agents for the sale ol
tickets iu lotteries which are wholly fictitious.
The only legal lotteries in Maryland are those
drawn daily under the superintendence of the
Commissioner elected by the people of the State,
under the new Constitution to examine nnd ap
prove the schemes and attend to the drawings.
All the tickets in these lotteries and all certif
icates of packages of tickets have the lithograph
ed signature F. X. bremn, general agent for
the contractor. Office of the Maryland consoli
dated Lotteries, Baltimore Md. All orders are
For full information on the snbioct of these
frauds, address F. X. BRENAN,
W.M'Uaw. P. L. Weaver'
BOILERMAKERS, and dealers in Stcri
Hand Boilers and Engines, Congress
street. one dooraast ofLudlow, Cincitnati,
Constantly on hand anassorment of new
ands.econdhand Boilers, which they wil hsel
June 3. 1852
L. W. WINSTON,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
o. 29 Pearl Street, between Main fc Walnut,
VRE now receiving their stock of Spring
Goods, which will be found to 'comprise
every style, quality and price of,
Foreign oc Domestic ury uooas.
sek-c'ed with a knowledge of the wants oi
Western Merchants and pnrchnsea ai tne low
est prices. Merchant! visiting tne city ior mo
purpose ol purcnasiug au ronc wn m
plenishing, will find our stock complete, va
ried and superior in quality, and our terms
low. Give us a call at No. 23 Pearl street.
February 16, 1854.
h pure article, for sale at tho wholesale "
retail Grocery of
1OKKS, Uakes, Sjiadesaud Shovels of va-ious
i kindsou hand at the Grocery of
ma 30. n.S.CUX.MXUIIAM.
Eiiton Drcssint? ICoom.
Main street, a djoinin (.the National Hole I
ATOW holds himself in readiness for Barber-
ll ing, Hair Dressing, Shampooing and every
hing that belongs to his line of business. No
aius will be spared lo please all, and he in
les ail to call and try for themselves.
To all Persons Interested.
ALL those knowingthemsclves indebted to
E. Minshnll und E. Minshnll & Son, are
earnestly requested to make payment on or be
fore the loth uf January next, to E. Miusliull,
who is full) authorized to i lose the Cooks and
make settlements. . .
N. B. Itis.confider.tly hoped that no addi
lional noiice will be required; untthiil all con
cerned will promptly come forward and liquid
ate their indebtedness. E. MINSHAI.L will
at all times be found at the New Look
Store, in J. Campbell'sbuil lin, west ol Ihc
Court House. E MINSIIALL dt SON.
Eaton, Jan 5, l So l tf.
J. P. BALL,
Nos. 28 Fourth & 10 Filth sts.
My facilit ies for taking pictures ol children are
not equalled in the city, having lately
added n new room with asupeiiorlight
expressly for that purpose.
rn-Picturfis taken in all kind of wcnlhel.
March 9, ISM.
Wyi t ja
w'J J J U
A TOVl Y
H. DISEKENS, - - - - proprietor
F 1 FnTsTKl?
(D a stf D a -w & 51 a
TilOEIAS W. SFliAGUE ?' Co.
SEW VOItK I'LOFIiiEllS & TAILORS,
No. 1 13 Main Street between 3d & 4th s' rctU
CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE 4c RETAIL
Furnishing Article of eterydetciit-tion,
Terms Cash I !
J. 15. MEREDITH,
--5,R E S 1 1) K XT 1) K X T I S T ,
Ofiicc and residence on Haron street west of
of the Court House, in the house lately occupied
bvF. A. Cunningham.
'April ii, H3-. ' ?
PUItE XATIV1'-WlTR, jircpfircd by 1 r. I ,
Citrus, and for sale at the Drug-si ore of
jlpl. J. P. IIiookinsA Son.
LyOX'rtcXTHAKIOS. a most splendid article
l'orpro.Tvingaudbeautifyiiigtlie hair. It pre
vents its falling oil' and turning grey, lor sale at
the Drug-store of J 1'. Ui uosms & Sou.
I OBACCO.SuufT and Cigars ol all kinds for
j sale at the wholesale and retail Grocery of
ma 30. U.S. Cunningham
Suit! Salt !
are now rereiving a larnt
Andrn & Dick
sunnlv of fia!t, difleient qualities, which
they will sell at the lowest rates.
rpOHACCO of all kinds on hand, nnd iso.Tcrcd
J- to the lovers of tho Weed at our usual low
rates. Ogden & Dick.
ALL Windsor SUGARS kept on hand nnd Tor
sale by the thousaud, box, or retail, at
Ogden & Dick's
IL.S such as Lard, Tanners' and Linseed Oil
which will be sold at the lowest rates by
Ogdcu It Dick
I"MSII a good articlo or Mackerel, White and
. Cod, by the lUnclor otherwise, all or which
are warranted by Ogden & Dick.
White Fish nnd Pickerel,
OGDEN & DICK have just received a
fine assortment tf While Lake Fish nd
Pickerel which they are selling lo customers
at very low rates.
T YVE STUFF'S Madder, Indigo, Logwood,
Lyiic.kept constantly on baud and for sale by
Ogden & Dick
Gl roceriCB, a choicestock now c.i hand
Tnd for sale wholesale or retail. Send
your orders to the Grocery of-OuuEN & Dick
if you desire fresh, chenpand good articles
opposilelhe Court House, Main St., Eaton, 0.
UIRDCages.Cauaryaudlienip Seed. at thcDrug
Store of J- V. Urookins A Son.
G1 ROUXD Alumaud Lake Salt bvtheUarrelor
f Sack, justreoeived aud lor sale by
ma 10. R.S.CUNXIXGnAM.
HAMS, Shoulders and Sides for gale at the
wholesale aud retail Groccryof
ma 80. R. S. CUNNINGHAM.
BAKERY. We hive in operation a Bakery,
and have in our employ one or tbo best ba
dera in the West, we wil at all times keepagood
supply or Fresh llread. Crackers and Cukcs.
Familiessupplied ou reasonable terms.
Ogden A Dick.
ORANGES, Lemous, Nuts, Fruits, Ac, Tor sale
cheap at the wholesale nnd retailGrocery of
ma 80. n. T5. Cunningham.
OODEX A DICK have on hand a lot of lha best
Cranberries lately seen In this market. For
sale at Cincinnati prices. .. ,
DRIElT?EACUE3,of a superior quality, Tor
. DR. HOOFL VND'S CELEBRATED
Pkepakbu ST 1)8. -C' - M' JACSSOlt,
No. 120, Arcl Street, Pliiladilpki; Pa.
wn.t ErrKCTrAttr ccr.i
l) "2 3 Ii 33 fi? 3 li A
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CHRONIC Oil NERVOUS
arisiug froiii a disorderad Liver or stomach;
SueuasCoustipatiou;inivard Piles; Fullness oi
blood to the head; acidity ol the stomach; uausca,
heait-buru; Iisgul for loodjfullness of weight iu
the stomach: Sour eriictutit iis; sinking or flutter
iiigatthe pit of the Stomach; .Swimming : of tli
Head; Hurried aud Dillicult Ureathing: Flutter
ingatthe Ileal!; Choking or Suffocating Sensa
tions when in a lying posture; Dimness of Vision;
Dots or Webs before the sight; Fever and Dull
Pain in the Head; Deficiency of l'respiration:
Yellowness of the Skin and' Eyes, Pain in the
Side, Hack, Chest. Lindis,&c; Sudden Flushes ol
Dent: Unfiling iuthe Flesh; Coustaut luiaginings
of evil, and Ureal liepressiou 01 niiirim;
Iuattribut iigsuclivaluaUlc .Meuiciu iiropcrtie
to this remedy, no rash oruiiwai raiituble asser
tion is made, but is simply stated a fact: proven
undeniably aud conclusively bvthecxtranrdinrry
cures and bcnelits derived" from its use, tu:dir
the direction or its illustrious originator. Dr.
llooliand. among all classes ol European Miciely
nnd from the immense imus of testimony, fioin
nil inrthof-the American cmtinetit,accu!iuilattd
I....V ! . :.. .1... I. ...,l.. ..r .i.u
uuriug tue lust leu atvniH, 111 iiiu iiai.im ui
present proprietor. Hie pievaleiico 0. diseases
to which the German Hitters are adapted, it is
with sorrow we sny it, is almost universal, in
deed, there is scarcely n fami'y throughout th
whole extent of our country in which there can
not be found air.ong its members Hint ceuliir
sallow and languid apfcr.rance denoting a
diseased Liver, or an vuiuciutcd and sullering
Then of what immense imp rtancelo this class
of invalids, that a certain and reliable remedy,
should be placed withintheir reach; one in which
no baneful or injurious drug enters into lis com
position. A remedy on which the patient can rs
ly with the utmost confidence and certainty and
be assured from actual and tangible proofs, that
the article he is using, really possescs the virtue
attributed to it. Such a remedy, is "lloollanri's
German Bitters." Thousands of dolh.rs haro
been expe nded iiy t.s manufacture and diiliifcton
lliiniigliout all parts of this continent, and the
proprietor feels the greatest satisfitclion in sta
ting, that there is wo stale, county or even villogo
where the Medicine has been introduced, that
there cannot be found numbers, willing lo testify
to its virtue.-.
It is iisi-iI constantly in the practice of a lnrrc
number of the most pri'nvm lit Physicians in the
country, who have nl-o added their vi ittcntcsti
niony, "in evidence of its jjreat vil lu s. Iu con
clusion then. c would re: pictfully ntk of all
tiiofC alllicted wilh nur of the above' diseases to
give the Bitters a trial, and rest assured it will
never be regretted. In proof of the gtntemt ills
ibovc made, all arc invited to rer.d nllciitirelv
t lie 'Memovi.bilia," i r "Practical Uecei t Hook,"
for Farmers anil Families, contuinii.g a great
iiiimber ol useful Receipts, in ndditii n to the les
tiinouvof nrnniiiient and well-known indiriiluiiU
in nllparts of the Union. All At.uiIs. for the
it;..-..; ,.,.i..,..i .,i i.,.iwi;i,(..ii.u i',.c;i
Principal ollice'and niauufactoi v,12o Areh.il.,
For tale wholesale, by rmggbts in all the
nrincipiil cities, ond at retail bvapothccnriessnd
ilorekenpcrs in every town iu tlieUnit fc-tsles
. r iw rn"' 9
Sold by Fred'k Eckstein. rincinnnll,
Minslr.ll, Uinehart A Co,, Eaton.
' J. 11. Dohn, CnniJi n.
Lough A Co.. Fairhaven. .
J. Ill- wn, Morning Sun
D. H. Edwards, Winchester
J. Coblentz, Lewisburg.
J. 11. dale, West Alexandria,
April l'J, ls55-
QUIWIJ & BANPILL,
1") ESPECTF UI.I.Y inform the citiiens 0! F.atan
V and viciuitv, Hint Ihey have removidto tWe
POST OFKlCE liUll.lilNG.aud have iustocea-
ed in addition to thcii lo. iner stuck, a choices-
Hisloriinl, Miscellaiiiousand School liooks;
among which may be enumerated Ancient and
MoiIlM II Histories. 1'ici.K'iiai n iii-auvi t, r.icu
el's, He., Ac , together wilh tho most recent nnd
popular Publications of the day, sush as the
S'ews-lloy. The l.nnip-I.iirhti r. The I.oit Heiress,
Ida Mayjlulh Hall, Lite of Duruum. Ac. Ac., to
if every kind; Day Books. Journals, Ltdyai
Pocket jleaioiviiidunis, Ac. A'C
liuled, unruled, Flat Cap. Cotuuieroial Fast
Vote, Mourning. Tissue, wraj pingnudpsrforate
Pencils, QuilKSteel Pens, Cards of evcrykino,
card-eases. Envelopes, Gold Pens. Porte Monies,
Pocket Books, Paints, Brushes, Mono.clironmtic
Hoard, Bonnet Board, Crayons and Blenders
Also a large lot of
A choice lot ol Perfumed Soaps, Shaving Cream.
Hair-Oil, Cologne. Extracts fur the Toilet, llaud
Gilt Moulding, Window and Wall Paper.
Comic Sentimental and Fancy Yalrntinrr.
All orders in our line will be promptly Attended
to, lind we hope, by strict attention to business to
receive illiberal snare ol the Public Pationage.
DBS. DUNCAN ft CAMERON,
No. 168 Went Sixth ttreet, betwetn Race and
Elm streets, Cincinnati, O.
TIIIS ofiicc under the mauageiueiit of its prev
ent proprii tors, has been increasing nt repu
tation lor superior operations in the Ariilicial
Department of Poatistry for the last ten years,
md no expense or cd'ort shall be wanting to give
satisfaction toall who may favor it with their
The subscribers would call attention to the fol
lowing essential points pertaining to Artificial
Teeth, and strength to the materials. comfort to
the wearer, and uiofiilness in restoring the natu
ral appearance of the speech, and nbility to mas
ticate; in all of which they arc warranted iusay.
iugthuy are exceeded by none nud equalled by
Inserted from one to a full sett, with Artificial
Full and half sctsinrariablyinsertcd bv suction.
All 0cratioiisiu Dentistry performed in a most
T E It Itl S J
Consideringthe superior character of the work
and the guarrnntee given, they are themostreai
onable in the West. . .
Two teeth or more on Gold Plate, $3 per tooth.
Two teeth or more on Silvor plate 2 per tooth.
The money refun ed if the tcet u do uot provceat
isfactory. fSTForthe information of those living nt
distance, we would state that our facilities nr
such, that we can make in the finest style, a fill
sett of teeth iu from 21 lo ii hours, and small
Ibices in proportion, so that no detention may be
W;C.Dt'NCAN, ) D .
J. G. CAMERON. uenII,
No. 158 West Sixth St,, between Race and
Dec, gl. 1851. If.
1LLOW ft CEDAR Ware a fine tssortmtn
for sale at the Grocery of
Ogden k Die.
iri-IMima mum " xitf
CARTER'S SPANISH KIXICRL
THE GEEAT PDEIFIEK OF THE BLOOD
NOT A PAKTKE OF JIEKL'KY IN IT.
Let the Afflicted Read and Ponder !
An Infallible remedy for Scrolula, King's I'vil
pies or Pobtuhw on the Face, lilotchcx, Doils.
Chrmiie Sore Pyes. Kini? Worm or Tetter, Scale' -Head,
Enlargement and Pain of tho Lines aLd
'Joints. Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Lrordirr,
Lumbago, Spinal complaints, and all diseases,
arising from an injudicious use of Merctuy, Im
prudence in Life, or impurity or the Blued.
tdW'This great alternative medicine aid Fu
rther tf blood is now used by Ihousauds ol grr.te
lul patients from all ( arts ol tlie L'nitid biatcs,
who testify daily to the rcn aiktble lines tr
foiined bv the greatest of nil n ediciuea, "I AH
TFICh "SPAMSH MIXTURE." NctTalgifl.
Illieuiimlism, Scrofula, Eiuptienson the Skin,
Liver 1 istnse. Fever Ulcer, Old Sores, Aflic
tionsuf the Kidneys, Disensisol rlie throi t, c
male complaints, l uiusaud Aching or the Borel
nnd Joints, me sjcedilv tut toH'glit by using
thiagieat nnd incsliirable nn edv.
For all diseases of Ihc blued, nothing has yet
.been found to carpi ie wiiliil. It cltauscsiha
syMtimofnll iui.iii'itics.actsgi'iitly and eilicient
ly on the Livi r und Kiduc.ts, (-likiigllans Ilia
Digeslien. gives tone to ll.e Ston.cche. nir.kt-s
the ki ti clem-nnd henliliy.ar.d resloiesthe Con.
stitiilion.eiifeeb'eu by disease or broken down
by tiic excesses of youth, to itsprisliuc vigor tud
l i r the Ladies, it is comparatively belkr
han all tl.e eosnctics ever used. A fi'tv doi-cn
of Cai.iku's Spanish Mixtuhk will remove nil
sallow li ess of conqilcxion, brings the roses mant
ling to the cheek, gives elasticity to the slip,
and in: rove the general health in a rcni.iikr.blo
degree, beyond ullthe medicines ever heard ol.
'J he Inrpe number of certilicatcs which w e ham
rec eived firm persons from all parts ol ilie Uni
ted Stall s. i the Lest evidence that there is ro
Humbug r.t.oi.t it. The press.l.otil kce ers.mag
i.sl rates, phv.di ir.i.s. ami i.iihlic nu n, Will kucwu
to the nai iriiiiilv, r il add their tcstimoiiv to tbu
wonderful ellici'sil this Gl.EAT 1L00D PL".
( i.ll on tin- AnvxT and get a Circu'ar and Al
niai ac. and rend tl.e woi dciful cures thi truly
greatest of nil Medicines had performed,
Ni ne genuine -unless signed BENNETT A
BElOUS. Proprietors. No. 8 pearl Street, Rich
(tian.l. Va.: to whom all orders for supplies aud
lagi ncics mnsi nc aouresseo
And for snle by F.-ed'k. Ecksteins Cincinnati.
1 (', l:ni"n 1,e,!n KVrfn,f.e' Cl" cr
.1 I nh nil- l.oivlhiii-(r. Jnlinlinl ln.l 1 U.
J. Cobliiilz, Lewisburg, John Golc West Alex
iiiulria, Michael A Co.. Winchester, J. II. Bohn,
Camden, I. S. Showalter New Paris.
April 12, 1855
9 ,000 liiisliels White Brown
B'lsixseed to Loan.
THE undersigned has Two Thousand Bushels
Good Clean Flaxseed to Loan on reasonable
term). Persons wishing to Borrow, will please
call tit my Grocery, where will be found a lino
Coflees, Sugars Tens, tnlt, Fish,
PURE WINES AND BRANDIES For Med!,
cinal pin poses, sold cheap.
Ka tend .Marsh A Lockwood'g new Building,
Maiu St: ect, Eaton, Ohio.
It. S. CUNNINGHAM.
THOMPSON & IlAnltli
Atto neys and Counsellors at Law,
WILL practice in Preblo andftdjoiningcoun
ties. All business entrusted to their car
will meet with prompt attention. Oflice en liar
roii.SI reel , three duorsuorth of Yanausdal'a store.
Feb 8. 18'i5."
Br. 1C. P. Alexander
RESPECTFULLY iuformsthe citizensor West
Alexandria and vicinity generally, that he
eiiders Lis J'rnlcssional Services totlie alllictod.
lloi.iiig fnni long experience, general success
ii 1 1 strict a lien lion to business, to merit a share
if 1 ublic patronage.
Having made arrangements that will enable
.im lo devote his attention to the
I'nielice of Medicine,
Hcisd tcrmlned lo render satisfaction to all
who may fnvor him with a cell.
He ahointeiidt kecpingon hand a general at.
Of the purest and best quality, which be will
sell 011 the most moderate terms.
The friends of .Medical Reform will find it to
thcirtidvnntagc to give him acall.
West Alexandria. Ohio. March 52, ISM
subscriber has now on hand, and intend
n.-dantlv keeping, a fullsnmilyor nfctalic
i:njliiu, which will he solil low. WOODK.N COF
V S. or every quality and size, manufactured
iiS)ii the shortest noliee. E. WEISS,
At the machine shop, South East of R. It. Depot.
Aug. S'i, 1854.
WILLIAM WISWELL, Jr
FOOKING GLASS, PORTRAIT V PIC
U lure Miinuf.tr'lnry, No. 120 Main street,
'tlween Third and Fourth streets, Cincinnati.
.'iTl'.ing GlusscF, Portrsit and PFcfure Frames
of every pattern, Mahogany or.d Gilt Frames
for Pictures cut tosuitony sizeatshorl noiice.
Looking Glass Plates put into old framec
Frames repaired ond refill. All kinds of or
namenlai (.'ill frames made lo ordet nnd to fit
pictures. Fine F euch pictures on hand ol
he first quality. Call and examine my slock.
May 6, 1862 ly.
Christmas & New Vear'i Present,
E. ITIinshnlPs New Book Store.
JUSTreceived ot t he new Book Store 1 splen
did lot of new, valuable and handsome
Hooks of various kinds for Hie Hoi days, to
which the attention of the public is called.
He has also a great variety of other Booka
suited to the general wants of the public
All of which will be afforded on lerms os rea
sonable as any other establishment in tha
Eaton, Jan. 5, l8S4.-lf.
rpKAS. We call tho special attention of tbos
I who arc fond of good Tea to our supply. '
We do not hesitate to recommend it. - -
. ,-, Ogden ft Dick
Salt! Salt! Salt!
TI5T rcpuli-m., . . Inl nt Rnlt Tl'hirh T
J will sell to my old friends at the lowist
rates. (Jail and purchase.
R. 8. CUNNINGHAM.
1 fi Ann BCSHELS OATS W ANTED, for
lU.UUU which the liighes price in cash
... n n n..M,rlTl - II I U
win ne paid, uy h.b. wiTauv-nnm.
PURE and No. 1 White Lead or the bettbr irda
Vialabf 9. P. BrookinsftSoa. '