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T, H E P R E S S .
Cincinnati Eaton & Richmond
ftiww.'.tPrfTHffifrf, 40' 15, 1860.
Upward trains pact Eaton, 8: 1 3 i. it 4:64 1. M.
Pwti .traius pass Eaton, 8:4S A, 8:20 P. M.
Ta Burlington Epress Train, going west,
iith Cincinnati at (1:00 P. M., Hamilton
7:U, Camden 8:12, Eaton 8:38, nrr. at Rich
mond 9:2$: Returning, leaves Richmond at
1:15 A. M., Eaton 5:0ft, Camden S;32,- Ham
ilton 6:30, arrive at Cincinnnti 1:t&.
Voters! Read and judge for Yourselves!
am nvt a man: nor tut a
Souhcrn man; 'hut' I am a W$S TURN
MAN. by birth, by habit, by tducanon;
and ollhoiiah i till a L'niUd States man, trith
United State ,prtnciplet,' yet vithin :ani
tMhordindte to tht Constitution, am wiioi.lt
IVOTcD TO WmTKHX INTERKfiTH. Speech oj
C . ralUmdigkam, w tat Jlouse of liep
rtuntaHvts. December IS. 1859.
" 'A house divided against itself cannot
Und. -1 .beliovo -Uu Uovornmenl uam
VOt EKDURE permanently, half slave and
half fret. I . do not expect the bouso to
fWlf but I do expect it will cease to bo di
ridL It wilL become all one thin?, or all
the other. Either the opponent! of tlavery
mill (mat the further spread of it, and
place it vhere the public mind shall rest in
tht belief thai it it in centre! of ultimate-ex-Unetitn
: or it advocates will push it for
ward till it shall become alike lawful m all
the States- old as well as new, North as well
as South.". Abraham Lincoln in hi speech
"lie (Lincoln) is a radical Republican,
ad is FL'LLY COMMITTED to the Doc-
trim of the "irrepressible conflict In his
dsbatos with Douglas he comes fully up to
tlis highest mark of Republicanism, nud be
is a man of "ill and nerve, and will not back
down from his own assertions. . lie it not a
tampromitt candidate by any meant." The
auyr. Fred. Duvglatt paper, 'ttth May,
1160. ' -,......
"1 (inj tos resolutions of the Convention
(at Chicago platform at latitfaciory to me
aw if it had been framed, tcith my ocn
hrnit, and the candidates adopted by it, cm
iasnt and able Republicans, with whom J
lav cordially co-operated in maintaining
the principles embodied in that excellent
creed." Wm. II. Bacardi letter to X. I
"1 rejoice tfiat,- although I am not nomi
aud MT.riixriri.tii rel and that they have
so tmt and so faithful a representative iu
tb coming contest as Abrahiaia Lincoln,
Illinois. tJov. xjaase t tpeciu tne totum
iu Ratification inettipg.
iitregardina 4h tan (Fueitive Slave
law,) the vritonert ; (Oberlin Rescuers) did
HMT. .Their error . eontitted in tparinq
tie Km of the alave catchers, (U. S. Mar
shall) . Those pirates should hare been delivered
over to the colored men and coiit'ign4
to He doom of pirates, which should have
tan tptedily executed. G'xddingt to Ober-
"I do not object to yonr giving utterance
le yew views. . pnfy object to your repre
smttnq them at tht nndmeni of tlie Repub
lican party. I, as one of that party, detest
the Fugitive Slave Law. I tcould Stay jOiiy
slant etkker who should pollute my rest
Stun to rteaplurt a fugxiice." GidoTings
it Tom Cono'm.
"We would be glad to see the 'old War
Horse' returned to Congress. Mr. Ridding
ha man of fine talents, a wieo and experi
eaoed Statesman, and a man of iron nerve.
There is not a better Republican, nor a more
honest msa in the Union than old Joshua It.
Kddinjs." - Dayton Gaiette, July "20, 18H0.
.C. Vanausdal 4 Co., comes
out this week in the Frts. with a
new advertisement. ; They have
very largo stock of new goods
which will be sold cheap.
Voters! Read and judge for Yourselves! Thanks.
"We are requested by our German
friends of. Eaton, ta-. return their
most siuoqrc and cordial thauks to
Mrs. J. V. Campbell for the splen
did wrefith furnished them , by her,
for their large hickory wagon on
Saturday last. .......
Stephens & Brother have just
received thoir stock of fall and win
tor goods, which is large and com
plete, and which ithcy, propose to
ell on good terms. When you
want good goods at good prices,
call on Messrs. Stephens 4 Brother
and you will be sure to be accom
modated. rx v. "Wr ."s ov
In behalf bf an outraged foreign
population (wha,v6uld love to be
citizens) we respectfully ask his ex
eolloncy Gov. Definison to call the
Legislature together, and lay before
that body a, mcssngo.recojnmend
ing the passage of, actfor the
relief of Probate J udges during po
Utlcal oarApiigns.'? .This Kiabso..
lutely necessary.-- ,. Oor , .Probate
Judge is rarely, if' ever, ".'at home,
and It ifl imppssible for , foreigners
td procure theif naturalization' pa
pers.'; On Tuesday , ftibrnf n g last,
thrco or ''Jour, foreigners ' walked
aomo i mile and arrived here
justAf tyigo Gana. 'aa stepping
into hw-carriage to. go to the JNew
Paris meeting. . One.of? the fbreign-
ers went to him and made his busi
nees'knyywn.i but was-'.blahdlv1 in-
t formed by" the I -'Judge that he bad
. no time to attend to the matter,
nd drovo off.':Ten minutes.would
have done the job, but these men
will ' bo compelled to lose another
day" (perhaps more)' or lose their
rote, Will' the Jutted clcaao an-
, nouncc through' the- paper" "what
, aay;. ne win no at non, between
i now and the election t,y(L "will
-publish it free gratis for nothing
Tho Republicans here abouts , arc
ecstacies. over the recent elec-
lona,in Matue and V ermont.. They
peft4 raptareaof the gains they
taciuoAQ.Q those deluded States
inco louy. 1 tils is m keeping
with Republican . calculations and
does great credit to their figuring
propensities. Why do they not
draw a comparison between the
election of this Presidential election
year, and that of 1856, also a Presi
dential year? . That would be fair,
nnd show the ; true.; condition of
rhoir nartv in those Btates. The
figures would then stand thus : In
Maine 1 Fremont beat Buchanan
28000 votes, and in Vermont 80,
000 (in round numbers.) This year
the. Republicans have carried Maine
by 16,000 votes, and Vermont by
22,000, Eepublican loss in Maine,
12,000, Vermont, 8,000. If Mr
Lincoln gains all over the Union in
this proportion, ho will be elected
by an overwhelmidg majority to
stay at homo with that little woman
who was so much interested in his
nomination, and whom we doubt
not is a very estimable old lady.
New Grocery Store.
Stephens & Burley have opened
a new stock of groceries, cm Baron
streeVonc door South of theEaglo
Hotel. They have a large stock
of fresh groceries, and also a varie
ty of notions. Call and examine
their stock and prices.
WiTWe direct especial attention
to the advertisement of A. V. Aut
er, to be found in another column
of the Frtes. ' Mr. Auter has just
returned from Cincinnati with a
new stock of fall and winter good,
which will be sold cheap. Give
him a cull, examine his prices and
goods before purchasing elsewhere.
Married, oo Sunday veo n-, 5eptcmbcr
ICth, 18liU, by Rev. A. W. Tib'bit, Mr. Geo.
Ucttos, jr. to Misa SrdAX T. Campbell, all
of Gasper Township, Preble County, Ohio.
The printers were remembered.
ROLL OF HONOR.
Below will he found the names of those
who have paid their subscription to the Dem
ocratic Press, with tha amount. Tht: list
will answer each a receipt :
L. C. Abbott,
li. H. Martin,
John F. Spnty,
John T. Deem,
Henry Shidcler, "
W. A. Kaylor,'. -Henry
James II. Robinson,
Henry Kesling,1 ;
' 1 50
. 1 50
. 1 50
. 1 50
. Geo. A. Lugar,
. John Ball, ..
; L. Norman,
J. D. Baylor,
E. S. Stotler, "
J. H. Gale, ;
Levi Jones, ;
j James Savler, ' '
. Henry Shields, -George
Reading' W, Swain,
Isaac 1 arks,
William D. Kelly,.
William R Bowels,
Thomas J. Gard,
Wis. W. Willliama,
John L. Stanton,
' M. V. Snodgrass, '
Daniel Franc, - -
- Lewis Paddock, ,
C. H. McManus,
K Ott,-" . "
TIIK subscriber is now permanently quar
tered in his new brick building,, nnd
bikes great pleasure in announcing to his
friends and old customen, that he has return
ed from Cincinnati with a first-rate stock
Goods, to which be would call general atten
tion. His varieties consist of all the various
grades, and colors of '
Superior Broad Cloths,
Cassimereii Cassinetts and Tweeds
ALL KINDS 'OF VESTING.
; v,T ; -; , r
. .lit connection with which, he- has on hand
a miscellaneous collection of other articles
to meet the public' wants, such.'.' ir Trunks,
Carpet Bora Shirts; Drawers, Utdft ' Shirts,
Umbrellas, Canes, Neck and Pooket Hand
kerebcifs, Cloves, Suspenders, Linen Collars,
Needles and a superior make of
all of which Good will be sold on terms as
reasonable an can bo afforded elsewhere.
Dodd best make of
8IL K HA.TS,
Also and endless variety bf every other description-of
Hatt. ' -
6rAll orders for cutting and making
promptly, attended to. Thankful for past
patrouage, he hopes by fair' dealing, and
prompt attention to business to merit and re
coive continuance of the same.
K & 'iA.V.-AUTER.:
J. B. STEPHENS.
W. C. BCULEY.
Stephens & Burley.
f r i
Jutt opened at 'the old Grocerv Store on
Bnroa street, one door sontli of Eagle Hotel.
Have now Open everything in their line in
the way of "
Hice .Soap, Candles, Srujpv
Molases, Fish, Dye Stuffs,
SPICES, CANDIES, .
Cigars, Tobacco, German Snuff,
Hazard Rife Powder, Shot,
Lead, Caps, .
BROOMS. BUCKETS, TUBS,
Churns,1 Trace and Holler Chains,
Shovels, $c., (J-c, $c,
All of which will be sold
Very Low for Cash,
or good Country Produce.
Our friends are cordially invited to call
and examine the quality ami prices of our
goods and wares. STEPHENS k BURLEY
Eaton, Sept. 20, lHtiO. 5-tf .
NOTICE, JOSEPH BERRY'S ESTATE.
rpUE undersigned has been duly nnpoint-
1 ed bxecutors ol the lust will and testa
ment of Joseph Berrv, late of Preble county,
Ohio, deceased. Ail persons indebted to
said cstnto am requested to mske immedi
ate payments, and those having claims
against the same will present them to the
undersigned lor allownncc.
DANIEL BERRY, f Kufor-
September 6, 18C0.
VTOTICE is hercbv civen that n petition
1.1 will be presented to the Hoard of Coni
misiioners of Preble county, Ohio, nt the
December session ot said uunrd, on thn first
day ot said session, praving tor an ulteru-
.. . ., . l" i. I, r. x-
tion in uie couniy ruau, leauing iroin iew
Paris to the town ot Hamburg in said countv
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
Monroe; tucuce south ou said township line
to the halt section lineuividing section nam
her thirteen from East to Wc.it in Jefferson
township: thence West alone said half sec
tion line about one mile to the West lino, ol
said Seetiou thirtcn; thence South about
ninety-two rods to a point in the old road,
nnd there tn terminate.
MANY PETITIONERS. no3-4w
PREBLE COMMON PLEAS.
Daniel J. Nueff and
Elisabeth Nacff Phil's.
vs. r In Partition.
Jesse Planks and
JESSE Planks and Rebecca Planks of the
State of Indiana, and Minerva Apnlctou,
William Apnloton, r.lizaliuth Hroww, klcana
Brower, John Brower, Unbecca Brower, Al
fred Urower, Amanda Wrower, Irene '.M,
Brower, and Heurv F. Brower of Preble
couutv. Ohio, will tnku notice thnt a petition
was filed against them on the 2"th day
Angust, A. 1). letiO, in the Court ot Common
Pleas, within nnd for the countv of Preble,
by Daniel J. NaelTand Elizabeth NncflT, and
is now pending, wherein said Daniel J.
Nacff and Elizabeth Nacff demand partition
of the following real estate to-wit : Situate in
Preble county, Ohio, and being fifty (50)
acres of land out of the North Enst corner
of the South East quarter of section, twenty
three (23.) township No. five (5,) and rnngo
three (3) East Ac, and bounded and describ
ed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the North
Enst corner of the said quarter, at a stone in
the middle of the road; thence South 85"
West eighty-nine poles and twelve links to
stone; thence North 85s East eighty-nine
poles and twelve links to a stone ; thence
North 5 West eighty-nine and twelve links
to the place of beginning, and that at the
next term of said court, tht said Daniel
Nneff and Elizabeth Nneff will apply for an
order that partition may be made of Baid
Attst: FOOS k CAMPBELL,
C. W. LiKSii. Clerk, Atty's for Plaintiff.
" August 30, 1860.
prs. fee f ". no2-6w
We Have Received our
FALL I WINTER
A"D WE ARE NOW READY TO
Sell them at Very Low Prices.
Call and see, before you bny elsewhere.
C. VANAUSLAL & CO.
Eaton, August 23, 1800. tf
YOUNG MEN READ THIS I
WONDERFUL DISCOVERY 1 1
The Ligtning Calculator 1 1
OR, THE 8ECRET OF RAPID AND AC
CONTAINING, also valuable information
J to Hook Keepers.
THIS WONDERFUL SECRET enables
the possessor to add up a column of figures
regardless of length, with surprising rapidity,
therefore enabling him to ascertain
amount of a Bill of Sale page in the day
book, or a a bill of account, ic, quicker
than ever before done by any living person.
"In the practice of book keeping by trans
furring whole columns from the Day-Book
the Ledger, etc., will frequently be found
that the sum total differs. It enables the
book-keeper in such a case, to ascertain
the mistake has been made in the compuU'
tion or the extension of single accounts.
This iruids to rapid and accurate compu
tation is printed in a neat form, and will
1. . . l .1 - ' . f
milieu u any aauress, upuu ruucipt ui
cents, with a red stamp to pre-pay postage.
Address, G 1L HARRISON.
. - . Professor of Mathematif s.
: ;' - - ; lv"i?i: Ti.
CHEAP AND CHOICE
, DENISTOK & KeWHINEY,
Cbrner of Walnut and Uigh St., Eaton, O.
James DcnUony Contracting Partner, resi
dence Wcet High JBUf "near the Nursery.
L. R. McWhinney, Iadtnuapolis, Indiana.
IN order to introduce their Nursery to th
favorable notice of the cit'uens of Preble
Co,, (for whose benefit It was gotten un, af
ter witnessing the many failures of the Trees
furnished from abroadj the Proprietors will
offer their stock, this Fall and next Spring,
nt greatly reduced prices ; a reduction of 25
to 50 per cent., on Tree Pedlers' pries will
be made considering quality of the Trees.
They invite persons visiting Eaton, who wish
to set Orchards, or are lovers of luscious
Fruit, to call and examine their stock, be
fore nurchasincr elsewhere, as thev will take
grcot pleosure in showing them over their
grounds ; and they have no doubt but that
the pleasure will be mnluai.
Their stock, ready for market, consists of
10,000 Apple, 5,000 Peach, 1,500 Pear,
(both dwarf and standard,) 1,500 Cherry, all
trim nnd benr.tilul Irees, and ot the most
hardy and best varieties of choice Kruit se
lected with great care and expense uduptcd
to this climate. Also, a large collection of
Gooseberry, Blackberry, Raspberry, and
Currant bushes, Strawberry and Rhubarb
plants, urapevines, and other Oaruen rruits,
usually found in Nurseries.
Terms, in the main, Cash as they make
no debts, or extends no crcds, other than on
the individual responsibility of the partner
making them. . Eaton, August 23, 18ti0. tf
"1TTE nsk the attention of the trnde and
V the public to this long test and unri
valed FAMILY UKUIUINK.
For the cure of Cold, Coughs, Weak Stou
ach and General Debility, Indigestion,
Cramp and Pain in Stomach, Bowel Com'
plaint, Colic, Uinrrbuea, lMsentury, Cholera,
ic, &c, and for Fever and Ajrue there is
uuthini; better. 1 ry it.
It has been tuvorbly known for more than
twenty years to be the
only sniE si-Ecmc
For the many diseases incident to the hu
1XTEIINALLT AND EXTERNALLY
It works equally sure.
What stronger proof of these fucts can be
produced than the following letter received
unsolicited trom A. w. Curtis:
Romeo, Macomb Co., Mich., July 9, '60.
Messrs. J. N. Harms k Co.
Gentlemen: Ihc confidence 1 have in
Perry Davis' Pain Killer as a remedy for
Colds, Conglts, Bnrns, Sprains nnd Rheuma
tism, for the cure of which 1 have successful
ly used it, induces mo to cheerfully recom
mend its virtues to others.
A few months aso I hud recourse to it to
destroy a felon ; although I had never heard
of its being used for that purpose, but having
suffered intensely from a former one, and
having no other remedy nt hand, 1 applied
the Pain Killer for about fifteen minutes at
evening, and repented the application very
briefly next morning, which entirely destroy
ed the felon, imd increased my confidence in
the utility of the remedv.
Yours truly, 'A. W. CURMIS,
Minister of die Weslcynn M. E. Church.
TIIK PAW kll.LCR
Has been tested in every variety of climate,
and by almost every nation kuown to Ameri
cans. It is the almost constant companion
and inestimable friend of the missionary and
the traveler, on sea and land, and no one
should travel on our lakes or rivers with
Bo sure yon call for and get the genuine
Pain Killer, as mnnv worthless nostrums are
attempted to be sold on the great reputation
of this valuable medicine.
tjyDirectioiis accompany each bottle.
Sold by dealers everywhere.
Price, 20 cts., 50 cts., and $1 per bottle.
J. N. 11AKK13 & CO.,
Proprietors for the Western States,
Sold wholesale nnd retail by
J. P. Brookins & Son, Eaton, Ohio; T. P.
Simmons, Fairhaven; Murry k Bernnrd,
Morning Sun; Isaac Johnson, nest Alexan
dria; Josiah Davis, West Alexandria; S. W.
Rickey, Aew Tans; Kobert Wright, Iroy;
Peter Jacobs, Hamilton. no3-l y
Formerly of the Cottage Gallery, would re
spectfully inform the citizens of Eaton and
vicinity, that he has taken Rooms over
Vaugbans' store opposite the Huntington
where he is prepared to take all kinds
Pictures; Photographs Enlarged
Life-size and colored in Oil colors; Old por
traits varnished or repaired in good style.
Call and examine specimens.
Photoqranhs. made for from $1,25
per dozen to $40 a picture.
Also Ambrotynes, MelainotvpeS, Scenery,
and Sphereotypes or Magnetic Transfer,
an styles Known. bpet, li, bm. w
CANKER & SALT RHEUM
FOR THE COBB OF
Canker, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Scrofulous
Diseases, Cutaneous Eruptions, and
every kind of Disease arising from
an impure state of the Blood.
The most eficctive Blood Purifier of the
The object of this Syrup is to throw all
impurities which are in the blood, out upon
the surface of the skin, which is the only
true way that the blood can be freed
from them. When they arc out upon the
skin they can at once bo removed by apply
ing the Cerate, which will in all cases affect
a permanent cure. There is no external ap
plication which will alone permanently cure
this clues ot diseases,
CERATE, OK OINTMENT,
flu's proved itself to be the best Ointment
ever invented, and where used with the Syr
up it has never been known to fail of affect
ing a permanent cure of Salt Shenm, Erysip
elas, Old Sores, Tetter and Ringworm, Scald
Head, Harbor s Irch, Kc, tor
SORE Nirrt.ES, SORB EYES,
Chillblains and Frostbites, Chapped Hands,
&e., the Cerate is a positive cure. Every
tumily should keep it nt imnd.
PRICE Syrup $1 per bottle ; Cerate 25c.
bOLD BY ALL KESPKCT.tULE DRCOOISTS
J. N. HARRIS A CO.,
Proprietors for the Wcjtern States,
To whom all others for above Mcdiciues may
be oddrossed. fob sale bt
J. P. Brookius k Son, Eaton Ohio; T.
Simmons .Fairhaveu; S. W. Rickey, Now
Paris;, Kobert Wright, Tmy; Peter Jacobs,
"Roots and Leaves will bo for the healing of
j nations." Bils.
Madame Yictorine Hollard,
THE grout European Clairvoyant' of the
15ih century, and world renowned Html
hig Medium of the age, has arrived iu Cin
cinnati, and established an Infcrmary nt No.
ill Walnut strt, opposite Walnut St. House,
i Tills wondorful Lady hns been traveling
(hrough Europe and West Indies, South
America, California, and the United States,
for the last thirteen yoars, aud has been en
dowed from hor birth with o supernatural
rift to such an astonishing degree, that she
convinces the most skeptical of hor won
derful oowers. In short, through the assis
tance of some euperior power she is endow
ed with the Healing Art Madame Hollard
Is a Physician indeed! She cures the follow
ing complaints iu thoir most obstinate sta
Diseases of the Throat, Lungs, Heart,
Liver, Stomach, Dropsy in tho Chert,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Fits or Falling Sick
ness and all other Nervous Derangements.
Also, diseases of the Blood, such as the
Srrofulft. Ervsinelas. Cunsers. Fever Sores.
Leprosy and all other Complicated Chronic
AH forms of romale dimcultitH attended
to with the happiest results.
It is hoped no one will despair or a cure
until thev have eivon Mad. H.'s medicine a
trinl. During her travels, she has been the
nstrumcnt in Qod s hands of restoring to
health and vinor, thonsans who were on ttv
verge of the grave, nnd who nro now living
monuments of her skill and successful treat
ment, and arc daily exclaiming, "blessed be
the day when first we saw nnd pnrtook of
Madame Hollard'sunrivulod medicines."
Satisfactory references will be cheerfully
civen wbon required. Madame li. will
pledge her reputation and utukc her an tu
make permanent cures in all cases wnivii
Her mode of examination is with a Clair
vovant eye, or second sight. She therefore
asks no questions, nor does she require inva
lids to explain symptoms; telling their cause
and location with so much satisfaction us to
merit and receive the confidence of all who
have consulted her.
When pain and anguish wring the brow,
Administering angel thou;
I give such balms ns have no strife,
Wllen nature's or the. laws of life.
N. B. Madame Hollard absolutely adver
tises nothing but what she bus full ability to
Persons living at a distance by giving a
statement of their cases will be attended to
Jgrrost office Box 1599.
DR 0. S. RICHARDSON'S
SHERRY WINE BITTERS,
THE CtLtDIilTEIl NEW ENGLAND REMEDY.
Jaundice, Fever vnd Ague, General
Debility, and all Diseases arising
from a Disored Stomach, Liver,
Is used and recommended by leading Phy
sicians of the country, and all who try it pro
nounce it valuable.
Dr. James L. Lccpere writes from Nava
ree. Stark countv. Ohio, "the Bitters are
highly prnised by those suffering from Indi
eestion. Desnensia and Liver complaint"
E. S. Davis, Postmaster at Wiiliamsport,
Ohio. savs. "thev live great satisfaction. 1
use them myself, having taken cold, become
prostrate aud lost my appetite. It relieved
mo, and I can recommend it with grcut as
surance of its merits."
Dr. Wm. M. Kerr, of Rogersvillc, Indiana,
writes us that thev are the most valuable
medicine offered. He has recommended
them with irrcat success, and with them
made several cures of bud cases of Palpita
tion of the Heart and General Debility.
Thomas Sanford, Esq., writes us along
letter, under dute of May 4th, 18G0. He
was much reduced, having been affected for
three years with great nervous ability, palpi
tntiou of the heart, of the most severe
and prostratine character; "alter using a
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 its
various shapes, and at the date of his letter
he had been two years well the Bitters af
fecting a cure when several rnysicians at
tended him could do him no good. He says,
"for RHEUMATISM, Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, aud Kidney Affection or Dropsy, it is
a specific, certain remedy." And such is
the news from all quarters of the country.
It is sold by most dealers in medicines
price 75 cents per bottle.
J. W. HAKK13 LU.,
Proprietors for the Western States,
FOB SALE BY
J. P. Brookins k Son, Eaton, Ohio; T. P.
Simmons, Fairhaven; Isaac Johnson, West
Alexandria ; S. W. Rickey, New Paris ;
Robert Wright, Troy; Peter Jacobs, Hamil
ton. . September 6, I860. no3-ly
Wit. A. SCOTT,
Homeopathic Physician & Surgeon
CONSTANTLY keeps at hand the specific
remedies for all kinds of wounds and
bur ns; remedies winch neve hove nor never
will fail to give immediate relief. They give
no pain when applied and nothing else is ev
er required. Every family should keep them
in the bouse, as they will save you from all
suncring, as well as from many a large Doc
tor bill They cured Wm. Clayton, bevond
the expectation of every one who saw him
fall from the top of a three story building on
a stone pavement To prove it, you nave
only to do as Clayton did, and then apply the
i ti v.. h.i. c. . . . : a
ruiueuv. mey cure uy um ur&t luiuuuuu,
which keeps down inflamation, and thereby
ulceration. 25 cent's worth of each will last
one year. Office in Esq. Stephen's Building,
P. S. It will pay the reader to commit
the above to memory. W, A. S.
August ZS, l0DU-tt.
Cooks Improved Portable
FOR SALE BY
ECKEL & COCIIRAN,
Eaton, Ohio, Sept. 6, 1860 3m
rpHE nndcrsigned has been duly appoint
J ed Administrator of tho cstnto of Will
iam Oill, late of Eaton, Preble county, Ohio,
deceased. All persons indebted to the es
tate are requested to make immediate pay
meut; and those having claims against the
same will present them probated to my At
torneys, Foos k Campbell of Eaton, for al
lowance by the undersigned.
WILLIAM H. GILL,
Si:J6W His, ihi.
. P. BROOKINS & SON,
Baron strest, first boildiiig North
VKALSlUi Iff f-
CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS, Turpcntiae,
Coach, Copal, De Mar, Japan
and Leather Varnishes,
Dye Stuffs, Alcohol, Burning lud,
Cloth, Hair, Tooth, White Wa.ih and
Coal Oil and Pluid Lamps,
Breast Pumps, Urcnst Pips, Xurs
ing Buttles, 1'esnarieH,
Glass and Metal Syringes,
Trusses, Abdominal and Uterine supporters,
Maderia, Port, Malga and Catawba
Old Eye and Bourbon Whisky,
l or .ucuicul 1 urposea ;
Together with all other articles usually
pt in a Drug Store.
Bgl. Physician' Prescriptions carefully
r.aton, August lbu. ly
. G. GOULD,
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
-ViiiM street, 1 cfoors imf of Huron,
EATON, : OHIO.
by tho barrel or otherwise. All kinds of
BREAD & CAKES
Balls, Parties, Pic Nics
Furnished fresh from the Oven, on
the shortest notice possible.
PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS,
For winch the highest market price
will be paid.
August 23, 18fi0. 3m.
TIN-WARE AND STOVES!
THE subscriber would call the attention of
his old friends and customers to his
present Stock of excellent
of every variety usually kept in Tin Shops.
He ulso keeps constantly ou hand the la
test and most approved patterns of
COOKING 4 PARLOR STOVES,
all of which he will sell as low as cau be pur
chased elsewhere in the county.
lie is also prepared to attend to all orders for
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
on reasonable terms. The work warranted.
9lf!uAlI orders for Repairing attended to
on short notice; and the work done in such
manner as to render general satisfaction.
His shop still kept at the old stand, one
door North of the Odd Fellows' Building.
All articles in his line sold at such rates
as to require his adherence to cash terms.
WALTER P. M'CABE.
Eaton, August 23, I860. tf
A. A. SEIBERT,
T"EEPS constantly on hand and for sale
J.V all Kinds ot
Heavy and Light, Double and Single,
ALSO A FISI LOT OP
BUGGY AND WAGON WHIPS,
fa fa fat
and all articles usually kept in a Harness
M&kcr Shop. IQfcSliop on Baron street, 2
doors North of J. P. Brookins k Son's drug
N. B. Old Carriages repaired and re-trim
mcd, on short notice, and in good style.
Eaton, August 23, 1860. tf
Eaton Stone Work
PHILLIP KUHN & CO.,
Dealers in all kinds of
SUCH as Door and Window Sillt, Caps,
String Courses, Ac, Porticos any length
r width. Also woter Tables, Rango Work,
Flagging, Milk Troughs out of solid rock,
Door Steps, kc. Also on band best class of
Building Stone for cellars and walls, Pav:ng
Stone 4c. Having a large stock of Cut Stone
on hand, they are prepared to fill all orders
at a low rate for cash.
ci,n Fittnn ffail Hi id Dnrot.
t u .t. ..r. - - ( i
l -r.: J i: f
a o x !
Clocks & Watches,
Musical Instruments I
Has just received a large splendid -,; .re
Clocks, Watches, Jewel-";
A X U
His stuck of WATCHES ennsisu, 'u. :.ur.
line Gold anil Silver Knglisli l-i vn-i, 1. . ;
and Cylinder Escui'iiipnt. ami thojui'. ;
A t'!enHd Ussortnitut of
all the various stylus and prices. (: :,
most celebrated iuuiiuliwtone.4.
CAMEO JEW KEY !
(2oM-Stonc, Masonic, JV Mour'l"!" '.V:
Ufliun, Pearl, Emer-miild. e r i :
turtiuois Jet and Clus-7ter-Set ;.i -t.-.
iiih, r.nr and bmger Kings, u '
Corul, Jet, Bone and Puir Wristlets, (j .."
ens hum Silver lli'lders, (lurd l'uti ni
Vest Chains, Shirt Stud.-'. Ladies Gold Ncek
Chains, Tooth l'ieks (luiiiil Hooks. Gold.
Silver end Wooden l'enells, Ladies mid (imis
Shuwl Pins, Willow uud Leather Work Buc
kets, rnncv (ilukS and Wooden Uox'.'. loy
Watches, Gold nnd Jet t rossej.
Butter Knives, Brittania Lamps. Scaling
Wur, SLEEVE BUTTONS. Cost Link-, 'i
Smoothing Iron?, Pocket h'nii'.t. Razors.
Gun Caps, Coral, Aniber, JVt, Glass, Sutiii.
Bugle and Wux Bcuds, China. Zinc and
Wooden Toy Dishes, India Rubber. Tin arid
Willow Itnttles, Stilettoes. Crochet Needles,
Match Boxes, India Rubber Dolls and Doll
Heads, Cigar Case, Tobacco and Snuff Boi
es, Sun Glasses, Hutchcr Knives, Pocket
Yard Sticks, Spnyinn Needles, Dutch Pipes,
Small Fancy Sceiited Baskets, Slatr; Pencil?,
Terra Cotta and China Vases, French Lith
ographic Prints ; Gilt Moulding for Picture
Frames, Telescopes, Spectuclt-s, Goggle,
ing Kings, Key
Rin', Spy Glnss
es,Euvelopes, Fools-Cap and Commercial Note Paper.
Puzzling Maps. Pop Guns, Fishing Rods.
Reels, Lines mid hooks, Candlestick!', Svi
its. Tuners. Hair Brushes. Pocket. Puff S '-
Nock, Fine and Tuck Combs, Shirt Ruttoi.t,
Wafers, Seals, Horse Fleams ; Port Monies,
Razors, Cologne, Hair Oils. Essence Ex
tracts, Curtain Bands und Knobs, Ready Ref
erence Files, Bankers Wallets. Money Belts,
Razor Slropes, Toy
KNIVES & FORKS,
Carvers Salt Spoons Sugar Tongs, Caste';,
uutton Hole scissors, tweezers, Lamp : .
sors, Steel Pens, Pocket Books, Soap, C t:
passes, Wutch Chains, Kevs, Tnvs. Bnllf
Guitars, Banjos, Accn.v.vi .
Flutiiins, Music Boxes, T.!.:.'y. ,
rines, Clurionets,Flutcs, V. . .
Fifes, Flageolets, French nnd Jews H..:;
Tuning Forks, Preceptors, Strings, Sere--,
Ac. To the above liirgc and varied ess-;;
JUST BEEN ADDED :
Forks f. r
Rat a- d
"iM on? i-
4, i3 "a lie:;.
Forks, Wad Cutters, Ram rod Tips, ftVf,
Tube Wrenches, Shot Charges, Skates.K-.u -i
Ment Cutters, Bleaching Brushes,
Butler's Writing Pluid, and
IXL Blarhiing ; Slates, Spool tffci"'K&
Stands, WhUkw Brushes. Shov-ifrS'i-
els nnd Tongs, Clothes Pins, Slaw C.'.'fip,
Hand Brooms or Whisks Spice Boxes, Tf
per do., India Rubber Drinkinj Cups, Spring
Balances, Dog Chains, Patch Boxes and Pa
per Dolls, and a host of other Notions which
he has not time or room to enumerate.
Coffee 3fills, Screw Drivers,
Luther's Shears, Scribe Awls,
BONNET PINS. NEEDLE CASES,
Sand Paper, Carpet Tacks,
BED AND TABLE CASTERS,
HANDLED A UGEH BITS,
Paper Furniture, for C'hil4rr,
He solicits all those who are in search of
anything in his line, to live bin a call
. T . r i n i . -.