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LOCAL. Cincinnati Eaton & Richmond
Ctownsneino;; TPWiwiday jftM 15,' 1860.
Upward train pass Eaton, 8:13 a. u. 4:54 P. u.
Down trains pass. Eaton, 8:40 a. u. 3:20 v. Jt
' ' The Burlington Express Train, going west,
leaves Cincinnati at 6:00 P. M., Hamilton
1AR. ftxndftn 8:12. Eaton 8:38. arr. at Rich-
. UaLumiuir. leaves Richmond at
4:15 A. If.. Eaton 6:05. Camden 6:32, Ham
ilton 6:30, arrive at Cincinnati
Voters! Read and judge for Yourselves!
.' ft? n nt a KArthem man; nor a
Router man: but I am a WESTERN
MAN. by birth, by habit, by' education;
and althouah t till a United State man, with
United State principle, yet within and
tiLordinnte to the Constitution, AM WHOLLT
DCVOTED TO W8TEBS IKTERE8T8. Speech o
C L. Vallandigham, tn the Home o Hep
rtteniativei, Dectrv 15, 1859. -
J'A houxo divided against itself cannot
Hand,' I boHcve this Government CAN
KOT EUDURE permanently, halftlaee and
hat f free. I do not "expect the house to
" fallbut I do expect it -will cease to be di
vided. It will become all. one thing, or all
the other. Either the opponent of slatery
vill arrest the further tpread of it, and
vlace it where the public mind thall rett in
the ffclief that it i in course of ultimate ex
tinction ; or its aavocaics mi puan n iur
ward till it shall become alike lawful in all
the States old as well as new, North as well
as South." . Abraham Lincolnin hi tpeech
"Ho (Lincoln is a radical Republican
and is FULLY COMMITTED to the Doc
trine of the "irreprctiible conflict" In his
HcViaUb with Dnuirlas he comes fullv un to
the highest mark of Republicanism, and he
is a man of will and nerve, and will not back
down from his own assertions. He i not a
compromise candidate by any means." The
negro, Fred. Douglas' paper, 25tk May,
"I find the resolutions of the Convention
at Chicago platform at satisfactory to me
at if it had been framed, with my own
hams, ana vne eanuiuates aaopiea uy u, em
inent and ablo Republicans, with whom 1
have cord i all v co-operated in maintaining
the principles embodied in that excellent
creed." Wm. U. Seward! Letter to N. Y.
"I rrioice that, although I am not nomi
nated mt pbivoiplis aro! and that they have
so true and so faithful a representative in
the coming contest as Abraham Lincoln, of
Illinois. (Jot. vnase tpeecn at me voium
but Ratification meeting.
"In disregarding thi law (Fugitive Slave
Law,) the prisoners ; (Oberlin Rescuers) did
tour Thflr error consisted in tnarina
the lite of the slave catchers, (U. 8. Mar
shals.) Those pirates should have been do
' livered over to the colored men and consign
ed to the doom of pirate, which should have
been sveedilu executed. Gidding to Ober
"I do not object to your giving utterance
to your views. I only object to your repre
senting them as the tentimentt of the Repub
.liean party. I, as one of that party, detest
the fugitive Slave Jjw. iwouitiszay any
tlaee catcher who. thould pollute my resv
dence to recapture fugitive." Giddings
to Tom Cbrwin.
"We would be glad to see the 'old War
Horse' returned to Congress. Mr. Giddings
ia a man of fine talents, a wise 'and experi
enced Statesman, and a man of iron nerve.
r There is not s better Republican, nor a more
honest man in the Union than old Joshua
Giddings." . Dayton Gazette, July 20, 1860.
Hon. L. Vallandigham.
Democratic Candidate for Con
firm, will address 'he people at the
pllowing times and places:
At WEST ELKTOJT , Saturday,
Sept. 8th, at:l o'clock. A fine
hickory pole will be raised.
Preble County Horticultural Fair.
. Tfye treble pounty Horticultural
Society," will holds its second exlii
bitio'n . at the " Court ' House,
Eaton, on Saturday, Fteptember
1860, ! The presence of .this insti
tution among as, demonstrates the
progress of civilization and enter
prise, In our judgment, every
head of a family in our community
should be a member of this Society.
Its object is not only a beneficial,
but a praise-worthy one, whilst
exhibition of this kind furnish
es the richest and . most tasteful
treat and recreation to the cultivat
ed mind, it at the same time is the
means of disseminating knowledge
' among the people of the most ben
cficial and useful character. View
ing the varfotifl productions of oth
ers inspires within us a desire
-compete with, and excel, and thus
investigation commences which
the sure road to correct knowledge.
"We bespeak for the exhibition
good attendance.- Let every one
go forward and contribute some
thing, if it is nothing but a large
apple tr a fine, potatoe, arrange
up in tasteful stylo, exhibit your
taste In exhibition as well as
skill in production, for it is
union, of these two that makes
f$r charming and entertaining. The
last exhibition, we are advised,
ery creditable, let the approaching
pne be in every respect, far superior,
. On Thursday last, our energetic
Democratic-friend David Potterf,
Esq., 6f Twin township, , raised
front of his residonce-one of
.', mpst eplendid . Hickory poles
have ' looked . upon in many a
Hurrah for Twin township ( Dave
- i thoroughly roused up in the good
cause and is working- for the suc
cess of Douglas and Johnson with
unbounded enthusiasm, and says,
that notwithstanding the insolent
and over bearing sneers of tho Re
publican party and their organ in
this county, that ho will raise a
hickory pole whenever he pleases,
and place just as many flagsand
streamers upon it as suits him, and
that if any map or set of men In
this community 'expect " to V.take
awav or deny him these rights,
that they will be compelled, to re-
sort to some other means than
mere blackguard insolence, sneer
ng and personal abase. Do you
understand that gentlemen? Thats
the true spirit of a man. ' Pitch in,
we say boys, raiso all the hickory
poles you can.
Well, we give it up aud cave in, it would
be a serious matter for any inhabitant of this
mundane sphere to undertake to astonish us
now. Nothing sunrtot uraigneous election
would do it . We have been to "shows" of
all kinds have scon woudors of every des
cription have witnessed india rubber indi
viduals turn themselves upside down, and
wrong side out, but these feats were always
performed under circumstances which left
room for a doubt in our minds as to their reali
ty. But on last Wednesday we witnessed a
feat in the open street, about which we arc
ready to take our oath there was no humbug.
It was this. A wire was stretched' from the
cupola of the court house across the street to
the top of the new brick building occupied
by Eidson & Campbell as a leather store,
and about two o'clock a man (he had every
appearance of a human being) made his
appearance on the top of the last mentioned
building fantastically deessed in what the
boys called "show clothes" and carrying in
his hands a balance pole. . Without hesita
tion he placed his foot upon the wire (which
looked to us to be about the size of a string)
and started upon his perilous journey step
by step he gained the centre of the street
where ho paused for a moment, during which
time, a ten-cent piece could have been heard
to drop (we only guess at this, we had none
to try it with.) Again he moved on towards
the cupola and reached it in safety amidst
the shoutB of the admirini; crowd. But if
we were surprised at this feat we were more
than astonished to see him start upon his re
turn trip backwavdt.
He paused again in the centre, and fast
ening his balance polo to the wire, he then
and there performed all the feats that circus
goes arc in the habit of seeing in the ring,
and within a few feat of the ground. There
he was upon a .wire forty feci from the
ground, (looking like a huge spider suspend
ed upon its thread) sitting ith as much
composure as a farmers boy would sit npon
rail fence. But suddenly he seemed to lose
his balance but fortunately caught with his
hands. , He struggled manfully, but it was
evident to all that he could not remain in
that position long, gradually his hold re
laxed his left hand slipped from the wire
and he was left with no other hold upon this
world than his strong right arm. The crowd
scarcely breathed during that moment
awful suspense. For an instant longer he
remained suspended between Heaven and
earth, and then oh Heavens I he quickly drew
himself up to his former position on the
wire, unfastened his pole stretched himself
out npon his back raised up to his feet,
Stood upon one leg two minutes and a-half
backed out to the brick building aforesaid,
His name is Price.
Hurrah for Douglas.
Dr. Joseph Beck, of Hamburg,
member of the republican central
committee of this county a few
day 8 ago came out and forever re
nounced & abjured all fellowship
connection of ever ykind whatso ev
er, with the Republican party and
its negro equality doctrines and has
publicly taken the oath of fealty
the great and glorious doctrine
Popular Sovereignty, and as an ear
nest of his sincerity and candor
Saturday evening last, addressed
large audience of his fellow citizens
at Dishera Meeting House, in Mon
roe Township, m which he fully
and most unreservedly disclosed
reasons why, he abjured the wool
trade, and wound up by a most able
and elaborate exposition of
doctrines of Non-intervention and
Popular Sovereignty, all of which
he fully approved. Whisht
whishfc--do you hear that boys,
another central committee-man, but
mind that you get one well dyed
in the wool this time.
Mass Meeting at Liberty Ind.
The Democracy of Union County,
will hold a grand Mass Meeting,
Liberty, Ind., on Saturday, Septem
ber the 8th, 1860. Good speakers
will he in attendance. It is. pro
posed by our Indiana friends that
we send a large delegation to their
meeting, they will return a like
oh the 15th at our . meeting.
However let all who can . attend,
and our word for it, you. will ,
satisfied, for the Hoosiers know
how .to get up an interesting meet-
tog..,;.: :V , ., . ; "
; Si,Ti)ore will bo preaching at (ho'
bytcrian Church, on next Saturday, 10J
M., by Rev, E. Howel ; -., . .,.
ir.:j ! ton on the 5th inst., bv
ReT. H. V. Taylor o( Franklin, Ma. W. C.
Campbeli and Mis Jtrui E, Rpvell, of
Eaton, j -j -it," .' . ; ,
Accompanying the above was a most de
licious cake. ,We hope the future of this
happy couple may ever be as pleasant as the
cake was to the printers of the Frets office.
Long may they tive:' with now and then
a little Campbell to cheer them on to happi
ness and future bliss. '
Eaton Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY FOR THE PRESS.
Apples . 2025
do dried ' J-i 10
Bari.et a.... 80
Bur per 100 lbs 3 25
Bom .. .................1012
Coiw ; 35(S10
do meal per bush -... 60
Cheese ...... 12015
Euus .'. 8
Flour 2 60
Lard , 12
Oats -. 3840
Peaches dried 1516
Wheat red 85
do white 100
Corner Main and Fifth streets.
RICHMOND, : - : IND,
WINCHESTER & COWLES,
"VTOTICE is hereby given that a petition
i will be presented to the Board of Com
missioners of Preble county, Ohio, at the
December session of said Board, on the first
dav of said session, praying for an altera.
lion in the county road, leading from New
rans to the town ot Hamburg in saia county
of Preble, between the following points and
upon the route following to-wit: Beginning
at a point in said road on the township line
dividing the townships of Jefferson and
Mnroe; thence South on said township line
to the half section line dividing section nam
ber thirteen from East to West in Jetforson
township; thence West alone said half sco-
tion line about one mile to the West line of
said section thirteen; thence South about
ninety-two rods to a point in the old road
and there to terminate.
MANY PETITIONERS. no3-4w
NOTICE, JOSEPH BERRY'S ESTATE.
mHK undersigned has been dulv appoint-
I cd Executors of the last will and testa
ment of Joseph Berry, late of Preble county.
Ohio, deceased. All persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immcdi
ate payments, and those having claims
against the same will present them to the
undersigned for allowance.
JOHN SHEFFEIt, 1
September 6, 1860.
CANKER & SALT RHEUM
. TOR THE CURE OF
Canker, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas. Borofuloos
Diseases, Cutaneous fernptions, ana
every kiuj of Disease arising from
an impure state of the Blood.
The most effective Blood Purifier of the
The object of this Syrup is to throw all
impurities which are in the blood, out upon
., r a .i ; At l
tne ouriuce oi tne sxin, wuicn is uiu my
true way that the blood can be freed
from them. When they are out npon the
skin they can at once be removed by apply
ing the Cerate, which will in all cases affect
a permanent cure. There is no external ap
phcatiou which will alone permanently cure
this class of diseases,
CERATE, OR OINTMENT,
Has proved itself to be tho best Ointment
ever invented, and where used with the Syr
np it has never been known to fail of affect-
, i. n nt T".
ing a permanent cure ot sail onenm, erysip
elas, Old Sores, Tetter and Ringworm, Scald
Head, Barber s lrch, &c, lor
SORE XIPPLE8. SORE EYES,
Chillblains and Frostbites, Chapped Hands,
4c, the Cerate is a positive care. Every
family should keep it at hand.
fKlUiS Syrup ft per botue ; derate zoo.
Sold by all Respectable Dboouists
J. N. HARRIS CO.
Proprietors for the Western States,
To whom all others for above Medicines may
be addressed. , for sale by ... .
J. P. Brookins & Son, Eaton Ohio: T.
Simmons Fairhaven; S. W. Rickey, New
Paris; Robert Wright, Troy; Peter Jacobs,
Hamilton. ... no-iy
EATON BOOT AND SHOE
BECKER & RUHL,
TAKE this method of informing the public
that they are still carrying on the above
buBineaB. on Baron street, three doors North
of the post office, where they would be happy
to meet their old mends, customers ana
wanting any thing in their line.
sell cheap for CbA,'br to good men on Time,
All rips mended gratuitously, au worn
IgUGive us a call and we will
you that you can mako money by
at our shop.
.baton, August IS, lebtl. ly
CHARLES P. THUM,
Tlruim in A A &ih4Hji hniMinf?. fiirmerlv
occupied by Lockwood's Shoe store, on
on street .
ggHe has on hand a fine Assortment
READY MADE CLOTHING I
All kinds of Clothing made to order.
He has on hand as fine an assortment of
Clothing, Cassimeres & Vestings,
As can be fonnd in the town. '
Eaton, Ohio, August 30, 1860. 2-ly
Saddles & Harness.
fflHE undersigned, at his old stand,
X of the Court House, baton, keeps
hand good assortment ot -
Farm Harness, Collars, Buggy
Wagon Whips, Carnage Harness
of all descriptions, Ac., which he offers to
of on the most reasonable terms.
v .. r! . II. II. MARTIN.
Eaton, August 23, 185. . . tf ,
PERRY DAVIS' -PAIN
W7"E ask the attention of the trade and
VY tho publio to this long test aud uuri-
Valfd FAMILY UEDlClNK.
For the cure of Cold, Coughs, Weak Stom
ach aud General ". Debility, , Indigestion,
Cramp and Pain in. Stomach, - Bowel Com
plaint, Colic, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera,
dec.. Ac, and for Fever and Agug there- is
nothing better. Try it i
It has been favorbly known for more thn
twenty years to be the . it ,
ONLY SURE SPECIFIC
For the many diseases incident to the hu
man family. ' - ?
INTERKALLY ADD EXTERSALLY
It works equally sure. ;v
What stronger proof of these facts can be
produced than the following letter received
unsolicited from A W. Curtis :
Romeo, Macomb Co., Mich., July 9, 60. .
Messrs. J. M. Harris & Co.
Gentlemen; Ihe confidence I have in
Perry Davis' Pain Killer as a remedy for
Uolus, Uougns, Burns, sprains ana Kbeuma
tism, for the cure of which I have successful
ly used it, induces me to cheerfully recom
mend its virtues to others. '
A few months ano I hod recourse to it to
destrov a felon : although I had never heard
of its being used for that purpose, but having
suffered intensely from , a former one, and
havir.2 no other remedy at hand. I applied
thn Pain Killer for about fifteen minutes at
evening, and repeated- tfie apr'ication very
Drieny next morning, wmcn euuroiy uesiroy
cd the felon, and increased my confidence m
the utility of the remedy.
lours truly, A. w. (JLK.uio,
Minister of the Wcslcyan M. E. Church.
THE PAIN KILLER
Has been tested in every variety of climate,
and by almost every nation known to Ameri
cans. It is the almost constant companion
and inestimable friend of the missionary and
the traveler, on sea aud land, and no one
should travel on our lakes or rivers with
Bo sure you call for and get the genuine
Pain Killer, as many worthless nostrums aro
att"mpted to be sold on the great reputation
of this valuable medicine.
SSSTDirections accompany each bottle.
Sold bv dealers everywhere.
Price, 25 cts., 50 cts., and $1 per bottle.
J. JN. liAKtUS & uu.,
Proprietors for the Western States,
Sold wholesale and retail by
P. Brookins Son, Eaton, Ohio; T. P.
Simmons, Fairhaven; Murry & Bernard,
Morning Sun; Isaac Johnson, west Alexan
dria; Josinh Davis. West Alexandria; S. V.
Rickey, Now Parin; Robert Wright, Iroy;
Peter Jacobs, Hamilton. nod-Iy
DR 0. S. RICHARDSON'S
SHERRY WINE BITTERS,
TUB CELEBRATED NEW ENGLAND SEMKDY
Jaundice, Fever vnd Ague, Genera
Debility, and all Diseases arising
from a Disored Stomach, Liter,
Is used and recommended by leading Phy
sicians of the country, ana au wno try u pro
nnnnnp it valuable.
Dr. James L Leepere writes from Nava-
... . Vi r: , i
I BO. BtarK county. VIHO, tue uiuera
highly praised by those suffering from Indi
. E. 8. Davih, X'ostwtar nt Wiiliamsport,
Ohio, says, "they aire great talisjacnon.
use them myself, having taken cold, become
prostrate and lost my appetite. It relieved
me, ana l can recommoou it wuu greiu ua
surancc of its merits."
Dr. Wm. M. Kerr, of Rogersvillc, Indiana,
writes ns that they are tho most valuable
medicine offered. Ho has recommended
them with great success, and with them
mado several cures of bad cases of Palpita
tion of the Heart and General Debility.
Thomas Sanford. Esq.. writes us along
letter, under date of May 4th, 1860.
was much reduced, having been anecieu
three years with great nervous ability, palpi
tation of tho heart, of the most severe
and prostrating character; 'after using
few bottles I was completely restored, and
am now in robust health."
George W. Hoffman says he was afflicted
with Rheumatism for twenty years, in all
various shapes, and at the date of his letter
he had been two years well the Bitters
a cure when several Physicians
tended him could do bim no good, ne says,
"for RHEUMATISM, Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, and Kidney Affection or Dropsy, it
a specific, certain remedy." And such
the news from all anarters of the country.
It is sold by most dealers in medicines-
price 15 cents per bottle.
j. jn. naruu.0 a w.,
Proprietors for the Western States,
FOR SALE BY
J. P. Brookins A Son. Eaton, Ohio; T.
Simmons, Fairhaven; Isaac Johnson, West
Alexandria ; a W. Rickey, New Paris
Robert Wright, Troy; Peter Jacobs, Hamil
ton. September 6, 1H6U. noa-iy
PREBLE COMMON FLEAS.
Daniel J. Naeff and
Kliz&hnth Kneff Pltfls.
ts. r In Partition.
Jesse Planks and
JESSE Planks and Rebecca Planks of
State of Indiana, and Minerva Appleton,
William Appleton, Elizabeth Brower, Elcana
Brower, John Urower, Kebecca jirower,
Brower. Amanda Brower, Irene
Brower, and Henry F Brower of Prcblo
county. Ohio, will take notice that a petition
was filed against them on the 25th day
August, A. D. 1860, in the Unurt ot common
Pleas, within and for the co mty of Preble,
by Daniel J. Naeff and Elizabeth Naeff,
is now pending, wherein said Daniel
Naeff and iaizabetn naen aemana pnruuuu
of the following real estate to-wit: Situate
Preble county, Ohio, and being fifty
acres of land out of the North East corner
of the South East quarter of section, twenty
l,mo m tnwHtliin o'. five (5.1 and range
three (3) East Ac., and bounded and describ
ed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the North
East corner of the said quarter, ot a stone
the middle of the road; ' thence South
West eighty-nine poles and twelve links to
stone; thence North 85 East eighty-nine
poles and twelve links to a stone; tnence
North 5 West eighty-nine and twelve
to the place of beginning, and ;lhat at
next term of said court, the said Daniel
Naeff and Elizabeth Naeff will apply for
order that partition may be made of
P Attt: - FOOS CAMPBELL,
C. W. Labsh, Clerk, Atty's for
August 30, 1860.
prs. fee$T. no2-6w
THE undorsigned has been duly appoint
ed i-reentor of the last will and
mnt nf F.lizaheth Detamore, late of
Preble county Ohio, deceased. All persons
indebted to the estate are requested to
immediate payment; and those having
against the same will present them to
undersigned lor allowance.
pose , 7 v JOHN P. SNYDER,
-,..! Executor of Elizabeth Detamore.
Foos 4 Campbell . Att'ys. .
"August 23, 1860. 3
CHEAPAND CHOICE j
DENISTOH & McWHIHET,
Corner of Walnut and High Sts., Eaton, O.
James Donison, Contracting Partner, resi
dence West High St, near the Nursery.
L. R. McWhinncy, Indianapolis, Indiana.
IN order io introduce their Nursery to the
favorable notice of tho citizens of Preble
Co,, (for whose benefit it was gotten up, af
ar witnessing the many failures of the Trees
furnished from abroad j tne rropriotors win
offer their stock, this Fall and next Spring,
at greatly reduced prices ; a reduction of 25
to 60 per cent, on TreePcdlors' prices will
be made considering quality of the Trees.
They invito persons visiting Eaton, who wish
to set Orchards, or are lovers of luscious
Fruit, to call and examine their stock, fae
foro nurchasing elsewhere, as they will take
great plcasuro in showing them over their
grounds ; and they have no doubt but mat
the pleasure will be mutual.
Their stock, ready for market, consists of
10.000 Anvle. 6.000 Peach. 1.500 Pear,
fboth dwarf and standard,) 1,500 Cherry, all
trim and beautiful Trees, and of the most
hardy and best varictios of choice Fruit se
lected with great care ana expense adapted
to this climate. Also, i large collection of
Gooseberry, Blackberry, Raspberry, and
Currant bushes, Strawberry and Rhubarb
plants, Grapevines, aud other Gavdcn Fruits,
usually found in Nurseries.
Terms, in the main, Lnsn as tncy maK-e
no debts, or extends no crcds, other than on
the individual responsibility of tho partner
making them. Eaton, August 23, 1860. tf
"Roots and Leaves will be for the healing of
Madame Victorine Hollard,
TIIE great European Clairvoyant of the
19th century, and world renowned Heal
ing Medium of the age, has arrived in Cin
cinnati, and established nn Infermary at No.
271 Walnut strt., opposite Walnut St. House.
This wonderful Lady has been traveling
through Europe and West Indies, South
America. California, and tho United States,
for the last thirteen years, and has been en
dowed from her birth with a supernatural
gift to such nn astonishing degree, that she
convinces the most skeptical of her won
derful powers. In short, through the assis
tance of some superior power sho is endow
ed with the Hcaliucr Art. Madame Hollard
is a Physician indeed! faue cures the tuilow,
ing complaints in their most obstinate sta
O '. - ., m, . T TT i
Diseases oi tne mroat, i,ungs, ncuri,
Liver, Stomach, Dropsy in tho Chest,
Kheumntism, Neuralgia, I its or Falling Sick
ness and all other Nervous Derangements.
Also, diseases of the lilood, such as the
Sornfuln. Ervsinelas. Causers, Fever Sores,
Leprosy and all other Complicated Chronic
All forms of Fomalc difficulties attended
to wi ih the happiest results.
It is hoped no one will despair of a cure
until thev have ffiven Mad. Il.'s medicine
trial. During her travels, sue nas neen ine
instrument in God's hands of restoring
health and vicor. thousans who were on the
vnrcre of the crave, and who are now living
monuments of her skill and successful treat
ment, and arc daily exclaiming, "blessed
the day when first we saw and partook
Madame Hollard s unrivaled medicines.
Sutiofaptnrv references will he cheerfilll
given when required Madame H.
pledge her reputation and stake her nll
make permanent cures in all cases which
Her mode of examination is with a Clair
voyant eye. or second Bight. She therefore
asks no questions, nor does she require inva
lids to explain symptoms; telling their cause
and location with so much satisfaction as
merit and receive the confidence of all
have consulted ber.
When pain and anguish wring the brow,
Administering angel thou;
I give such balms as have no strife,
When nature's or the laws of life.
N. B. Madame Hollard absolutely adver
tises nothing but what she has full ability
Persons living at a distance by giving
statement of their cases will be attended
jta!rro8t omce cox law.
We Have Received our
AND WE ABE NOW READY TO
Sell them at Very Low Prices.
, Call and see, before you buy elsewhere.
, C. YANATJSLAL & CO.
Eaton, August 23, 1860. tf
Furniture and Chair Factory.
RICHMOND & HARSHMAN,
" Keep always on hand a large stock of
Which they will sell at the lowest rates.
Wooden and Metallic Coffins always
gU Undertaking promptly attended to.
Eaton, August 23, 1860. tf
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regardless of length, with surprising rapidity,
tneretore enaoung mm to ascertain
amount of a Bill of Sale page in the
book, or a a bill of account kc, quicker
than ever before done by any living person.
In tho practice of book keeping by
whole columns from the Day-Book
.. . 1 . 11 A. ., V
tne ledger, etc., win irequenuy ne
that the sum total differs. , It enables
book-keeper in such a case, to ascertain
the mistako has been made in the computa
tion or the extension of single accounts.
. This guide to rapid and accurate
tation is. printed in a neat form, and will
mailed to any address, npon receipt of
cents, wun a red stamp to pre-pay postage,
Address, ,- u a. uakiusujn,
j T '- Profeseqr of Mathematics,
'' " -- Towai?, Pi
fi CTft ft
Baron street, first building North of Main,
CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS, Turpentine,
Coach, Copal, De Mar, Japan
and Leather Varnishes,
Due Stuffs, Alcohol, Burning Fluid,
Cloth, Hair, Tooth, Wlute Wash and
raint isrusnes ;
Coal Oil and Fluid Lamps,
Breast Pumps, Breast Pipes, Nurs
ing Bottles, Pessaries,
Glass and Metal Syringes, ,
Trusses, Abdominal and Uterine supporters
Maderia, Fori, Malga and Catawba
Old Rye and Bourbon Whisky,
f or 4lcaicai rurposcs;
Together with all other articles usually
kept in a Drug Store.
Eaton, August ii, low.
. C. GOULD,
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
Jlfitm street, I doors west of Baron,
EATOX, . :
by the barrel or otherwise,
BREAD & CAKES
Balls, Parties, Pic Nics
Furnished fresh from the Oven,
the shortest notice possible.
V ANTE D,
PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS,
For which the highest market price
will be paid.
August 23, 1860. 3m.
TIN-WARE ANO STOVES I
THE subscriber would call the attention
his old friends and customers to
present Stock of excellent
of every variety usually kept in Tin Shops.
He also keeps constantly on hand the
and most approved patterns of
COOKING & PARLOR STOVES,
all of which he will sell as low as can be
elsewhere in the county.
He is also prepared to attend to all orders
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
on reasonable terms. The work warranted.
IffluAH orders for Repairing attended
on short notice ; and the work done in
manner as to render general satisfaction.
His shop still kept at the old stand,
door North of the Odd Fellows' Building.
All articles in his line sold at sucn
as to require his adherence to cash terms.
TIT t T f1?TI Tl If in . DD
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Eaton, August 23, 1860. tf
A. A. SEIBERT,
TT'EEPS constantly on hand and for
XV all kinds ot
Heavy and Light, Double and Single,
A LEO A FIXE LOT OF
BUGGY AND WAGON WHIPS,
and all articles usually kept in a Harness
Maker Shop. BJ3hop ou Baron street,
doors North of J. P. Brookins & Son's
N. B. Old Carriages repaired and re-trimmed,
on short notice, and in good style.
fcaton, August 23, lbbU. It
Type and Stereotype Foundry
Fine tfrsst between Fourth and Ffth,
CINCINNATI, : : : :
R. ALLISON, Supt.
Manufacturers and dealers in
NEWS, BOOK AND JOB TYPE.
PRINTING Presses, Cases, Gallies,
Ink and Printing Materials of every
Stereotyping of all kinds,
Music, Patent Medicine Directions;
Wood Engravings, Ac., ' '
Brands and Pattern Letter Variou
' EVEJeetrcwping in all Its breaebea.
o O Jl x
Clocks & Watches,
Has Just received a largo splendid stock of
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry
a k v
His stock of WATCHES consists, in part of
fine Gold and Silver English Levers, Duplex,
and Cylinder Escapement, and the justly
A splendid assortment of
of all the various styles and pri:es, from the
most celebrated manutnetoncs.
Gold-Stone, Masonic, A Mourning, Cor
nelian, Pearl, hmcr- y aid, liar net,
turquois.Jet and Clus- "tcr-Set Broast
1'ins, Ear anu r inger rungs, uoiu,
Coral, Jet, Bone and Pair Wristlets, Gold
Pens and Silver Holders, uuara roo ana
Vest Chains, Shirt Studs, Ladies Gold Neck
Chains, Tooth Picks Guard Hooks, Gold,
Silver and Wooden renciis, L,adies ana ueuts
Shawl Pins, Willow and Leather Work Bas
kets, Fancy (Jlass and vt ooden coxes, ley
Watches, Gold and Jet Crosses,
Butter Knives, Brittania lamps, Sealing
Wax, SLEEVE BUTTONS, Coat Links, Toy
Smoothing Irons, Pocket Knives, Razors,
Gun Caps, Coral, Amber, Jet, Glass, Satin,
Bugle and Wax Beads, China, Zinc and
Wooden Toy Dishes, India Rubber, Tin and
Willow Rattles, Stilettoes, Crochet Needles,
Match Boxes, India Rubber Dolls and Doll
Heads, Cigar Cases, Tobacco and bnuB Voc
es, Sun Glasses, Butcher Enires, Pocket
Yard Sticks, Spaying Needles, Dutch Pipes,
Small Fancy Scented Baskets, Slate Pencils,
Terra Cotta and China Vases, French Lith
ographic Prints ; Gilt Moulding for Picture
Irames, Telescopes, Spectacles, Goggles,
ing RingB, Key
Rings, Spy Glass
es, En velopc s ,
Fools-Cnp and Commercial Note Taper,
Puzzling Maps, Pon Guns, Fishing Rods,
Reels, Lines and hooks, Candlesticks, Snuff
ers, Tapers, Hoir Brushes, Pocket, Puff, Side,
Neck, Fine and Tuck Combs, Shirt Buttons,
Wafers, Seals, Horse Fleams ; Port Monies,
Razors. Colotrne. Hair Oils. Essence Ex
tracts, Curtain Bands and Knobs, Ready Rc ;
erence Files, Bankers Wallets, Money Bolts,
Razor Stropes, Toy
KNIVES & FORES,
Carvers Salt Spoons Sugar Tongs, Castsrs,
Button Hole Scissors, Tweezers, Lamp Scis
sors, Steel Pens, Pockst Books, Soap, Com
passes, Watch Chains, Keys, Toys, Balls, to.
Guitars, Banjos, Accordions,
Flntians, Music Boxes, tambou
rines, Clarionets,Flutcs, Piccalos
Fifes, Flageolets, French and Jews Harps,
Tuning Forks, Preceptors, Strings, Screws,
ko. To the above large and varied assort
JUST BEEN ADDED:
TX Table use
TT Rat and
M o a s e
Forks, Wad Cutters, Ram rod
Tube Wrenches, Shot Charges, Skatcs,Miq
Meat Cutters, Bleaching crushes,
Butler' Writing Fluid, and
IXLBlackning ; Slates, Spool -Ttl
Stands, Whisker Brushes, Shov-ZCatl!
els and Tongs,. Clothes Pins, Slaw Cutter,
Hand Brooms or Whisks Spice Boxes, Pei
per do., India Rubber Driuking Cups, SprU
Balances, Dog Chains, Patch Boxes and P
per Dolls, and a host of other Notions whi'
no has not time or room to enumerate.
Coffee Mills, Screw Drivers,
Luther's Shears, Scribe Awls,
BONNET PINS, NEEDLE CASE
Sand Paper, Carpet Tack
BED AND TABLE CASTERS.
HANDLED A UGER BITS,
Paper Furniture, for Children
He solicits all those who are in search
anything in bis lino, to rive him 4 call.
Earoo, Augtist 23, I860. . tf . ..: