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BY GEORGE B. POULTON.
Kits! me mother, ere 1 go
To yonder sUriy-ahora i.
Clnip my hands, end whisper low,
., h'or angels guard the dW?
Kit's me, mother, let me feel '
Thine arms around me thrown;
For oh, dear mother, shadows steal,
I would not be alone I
In summer's time, dear mother, thou
Wilt come to Ella's grave,
Wilt to the sods thy pale cheek bow,
V And I weep for her thou could' stnotsave;
Wilt muse ofElla as she erit
Did wanton far and near,
While buddinghopesthy pure heart nurst
Of her, to the 10 dearl
Yet oh, my mother, weep thou not,
For Ella rest shall find
Within a holy happy spot,
Where friends are ever kind.
Kiss me,' mother now I go
Bright seraphs hoover near
Whisper, mother whisper low.
And dry that starting tear.
I'll meet the in a happy land,
A home from sorrow free
The first from out yon angel band,
I'll haste ta welcome tbeel
Sing me a lay of love, aa now
I fade and fade away,-
Farewell, dear mother, soon we'll meet
In realms of endless day I
The Two Candidates.
There is as little similarity as
possible between the two principal
candidates for the Presidency,
Douglas and Lincoln. Douglas is
a stout, firm built man, capable of
great physical and mental endur
ance Lincoln is tall, spare, loosely
made, with a look as though he
had seen too many hard winters
for him to be able to see many
more and preserve either his bodily
or mental health.
Douglas never tells a Btory, and
fails if he undertakes Lincoln
fails if he undertakes "anything
else but never in that.
Douglas is always augmentative
and carries the audience with him
Dy the power 01 his reasoning
only Lincoln is facetious, abound
ing in anecdote and wit, but seldom
rising above the dignity of logic,
and "takes the crowd more by
their leelings than their judgment,
Douglas at first strikes one as
being a remarkable man Lincoln
as being nothing remarkable.
Douglas, commencing life as
poor, friendless boy, has made his
way up to the very pinnacle of
lame, and coming up through
constant series ot othcial service,
the people know him to be capable
and deserving Lincoln, commenc
ing in the same manner, has failed
to raise himself above the common
grade of political life, and owes all
that he now is to accident, and nev
er having served in any prominent
position, is undeserving anything
at the hands ot the people.
Douglas is a man of extraordi
nary talent a man that has been
tried a thousand times and always
found equal to the task imposed
upon him Lincoln is simply the
man who is a candidate against
Douglas will be President
these United States, and his admin
istration will be distinguished for
its energy, promptitude and good
management generally Lincoln
will be the man who ran against
Douglas and was defeated-
Coming out from the Party.
"We have never before witnessed
such a stambede. Everywhere
in every State, County, and town
ship men are deserting old Lin
coln by scores and hundreds, and
coming out for Douglas the all de
fiant, self-reliant, Little Giant.
The newspapers for awhile publish
ed names; but they had to abandon
the plan for want of space. We
have before us a catalogue. of men
eumcientiy numerous to people
whole territory, exercise Popular
Sovereignty, regulate their own
institutions in their own way, and
exclude Slavery according to the
Constitution, who say they have
voted the Republican ticket for the
last time. Logan Gazette.
na.Mr. 8. W. Robinson, of Wis
casset, Me., who for several years
has acted with the black republi
can party, has written a letter de
claring himself for Douglas and
Johnson, Mr. Charles Clark,
Rockland, Me., ex-member of the
City council, has also repudiated
the black republican party; and
has Mr. S. L. Whiting, a merchant
The Xenia NewB, a Republi
can paper, pays this compliment
the Bell men:
"But we can't epeak so favora
ble of the Bell and Everett leaders.
A more corrupt set of political har
lots never existed. 1 hey , riot
ew;ndling and moral debauchery
The Bell men will undoubtedly,
feel thankful lor -this compliment
a In 1858 the Republican pap
ers were extravigant,in extolling
Mr. Douglas and in support of
views, Mr. Douglas now, is just
where he was then; and still the
Republicans, . honest, consistent
tools, are now torturing hia course
to be for slavery, juBt because
suits their party purposes to de-
Little or Nothing.
.....'.A cue-Hour' game billiarda
......Slaves pf the ring married women.
.-....'.The widow'a mite -her deceptive arts.
An agreeable women any one but
your own wife. ... .. t .
Knights of the garter henpecked
The hesl cure for drunkenness the
The bight of folly a tall and brain
less woman. '
The laws of garrulous old women-
laws o' mercy.
..What persons have
Riflemen. , ,
the best aim in
-the prevailing style
of female fashions.
....A short drive when most people are
driven to their wits' end.
....Things ever lover should remember
those he learns by heart
Suicide a rash step to be taken only
as a preventive of marriage.
.It is much to be feard that "the glass
of fashion" is the wine-glass.
If wine improves by age, elder-wine
should command a high price.
Motto for constables Render onto
seiiers tie things that are sellers'.
Book-keepers who are behind in their
accounts should partake freely of ketch-up.
The chill which in married life forever
banishes the warmth of mutual love chil
dren. . V ' ,
As a general rule, a fashionable bean,
like a bow iu the sky, 'cau't make both ends
Don't locate yourself on the back of
a wild borse, unless you want to become uis
..People who keep running ncconuts
usually discover they can't keep up with
..It is only one hundred and sixty-seven
years since witches were banged in jvew
What is most agreeable for a young
woman to give a man and for him to receive?
It is the work of a philosopher to be
every day subduing his passions and laying
aside ms prejudices.
Whatever opinion may be entertained
of marriage, no one can doubt that any man
who weds is Miss-taken.
Lovers who embrace beautiful mis
tresses must, of necessity, be intoxicated
they are on glorious busts.
The thoroughly plebean phrase, put
ting on airs, is now more elegantly rendered,
assuming artistic atmospheres.
The paying and the praying business
is not nearly so far removed as outward cir
cumstances would often indicate.
A long suffering husband declares that
a woman is never more interesting than in
illness, except when she is dead. -
..What is the difference between a con
tinual falsifier and a rjerson in a sound sleet)?
The one still lies, and the other lies still.
Couplet from Pope, for young wives
"The soul uneasy and confined at home.
Rests and expatiates on a life to come.
"Won't that boa constrictor bite me ?"
said a little boy to a showman. "Oh no, boy,
he never biter he swallows bis whittles
A young man, who hat recently taken
a wife, Bays he did not find it half so bard
get married as he did afterward to get the
The first month of married life is sup
posed to De caned tne noneymoon, because
all the sweetness of married life is compress
ed into it
Prentice says he has heard of but one
old woman who kissed her cow, but he knows
of many thousand ones who have kissed verv
..A popular author exclaims, what
pity some quadrupeds can't talk." We are
rattier disposed to say, wbat a pity that some
bipeds can I"
Jt seems lingular that scoundrels use
so many devices to raise the wind. We
should suppose they would be afraid it would
blow on them.
"None but the brave deserve the fair"
and they don't get them It is fortunate
that, "Virtue is its own reward," for it ob
tains no other.
If a man desires to live in such
manner that his death will be greatly regret
ted, ne snouid use ail ordinary means to
generally in oeoi.
"I'm certain, wife, that I am right and
that you are wrong : "I'll bet mv ears on it"
"Indeed, husband, you shouldn't carry bet
ting to suco. extreme lengths.
An Arkansas traveler says that
knew a young fellow down South, who was
fond of a young woman that be rubbed off
nose kissing her shadow on the wall.
A heterodoxist, who has listened to
great many sermons from clergymen of late
expresses the opinion that 1). D., after
man a name, standsjor devilish dull.
a man in town addicted to runnin?
in debt every-where, assumes to be so sensi
tive that whenever asked to pay bursts into
tears, tie must be a weeping wiii-ow.
...An editor 'out west says "If we have
offended any man in the short but brilliant
course of our public career, let him send us
new bat and say nothing more about it
.There is one advantage in being old.
and that is, you can "loaf around the house
without being charged with laziness. We,
look forward to a good deal of enjoyment
we have reached eighty.
Mr. Cowles, in his excellent history
piauw, nonces tne virtue oi nemp thus lacon
"By this cordage, ships are guided, bells
are rung, and rogues are kept in awe.
One John W. Jones, who had been
sent to prison for marrying- two wives, ex
cused himself by saying that when he had
one, she fought him, but when be had two,
they fought each other.
A friend of ours says he never extrac
ted bo much sweetness from one spot, as
did when he drew a pretty girl, weighing 225
pounds, from a bog hole in his fiiLher a 'mm.
ture, where ho was hunting with her for birds
The spritly and we must say pretty
widow editress of the Ashland KentnekiiiD,
in reply to a correspondent who asks her
she wears hoops, exclaims :
"Hoops, indeed I why, we don't wear any
thing eltel '
The italics are her own. We suppose the
ejfot flMfWWf "trtrtfc.
NEW ARRANGEMENTS I
r . , . : ; , r i
rnilB subscribers would respectfully an-
DOUDCO K fcU G1UBGUS VI CUWU HHi
einity, that tney may be found at the old
stand, three doors west of C. Vanausdal A
Co'i Store, ready to wait on them whenever
they may need any thing in their line. They
intend to keep constantly on band, a good
assortment of j . .
which they will sell tlvhoUiale or rttail,
Cheap for Cash
Job Work, auch as Tin Roofing, Eve
Troughs, Valley Conductors, Ac, executed
on short notice, and
Warranted to give Entire Satisfaction.
done with neatness and dispatch. -
They hope by studying to please, and
strict attention to business, that the public
will not be long in learning that it is their
interest to patronize ECKEL k COCHRAN.
P. 8. All persons indebted to the firm of
Eiclcel, Hopkins a (Jo. whether on note or
book account, are requested to call immedi
ately, and settle the same with Eckel k Coch
ran, as tbe books will be leit in tneir bands
for collection. ECKEL, HOPKINS, k CO.
August 23, 1860. tf
BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP,
OR COMPOUKD EXTRACT Of
SARS1PAR1LLA AND STILL11GIA,
roa thi ceaa of
SCROFULOUS, SYPHILITIC AND MER.
CURIAL DISEASES, OLD HO It EH, Hit IN
DISEASE, AND ALL OTHER DIM.
EASES WHICH ARE CAUSED
BY AN IMPURE STATE OV
1 WONDERFUL CURE OF SCROFULOUS WHITE
Bead the Statement of Martin
Om f the Went Ciui aver KeearJeit
CwcimuTi, 0., Feb. 18, 1858.
Mamas. A. L. Scovii.l A Co.
Otntlemtn : I will
with great pleasure
give my testimony
as to what your 8AR
Bitot aal Liver
Syrup, hat done for
me. 8nme three and
a half years since, I
wei attacked with a
ING. which wm at
tended with most excruciating pains I I tried
various remedies, and had two of the beat
Physicians of the city, (one of them a Pro
fessor in an Old School Medical College,) and
they Vailed to give ae any Iliaf ! I was to
reduced that I was confined to my bed for
over three months. The nerves and muscles
of one leg were so contracted and drawn up,
that I COULD NOT WALK. I had MORE
THAN A DOZEN RUNNING ULCERS on
my legs, from which I took from time to time,
more than ONE HUNDRED PIECES OF
BONE, some of them from three to four inches
long. I was reduced to almost a skeleton, and
my friends had given up all HOPES of my
RECOVERY I I was in this condition when
I commenced the use of your Heed aad Liver
Irrup. I have used altogether some two
doien bottles. I am now ABLE TO ATTEND
TO BUSINESS, and my legs have become to
strong that I walk without any difficulty
AND HAVE ENTIRELY RECOVERED MY
HEALTH. Yours, truly,
MARTIN ROBBINS, Ja.
S52 West 5th Street.
Sealer ia Coal Oil and Lamps.
Rlio an extract from the Cincinnati and
Sdiniurgh Medical Journal, Vol. 5, page 810.
by iu editor, Pior. R. S. NEWTON, in regard
to this fttaarkable Care ! !
I'Whll. Martin lobbies was in the vtry
worst iatfiaable etaditlta, we were called to
attend him for a fracture of the leg, produced
by a fall. The indicationi of a reunion of the
bone, under the circumstances, were very
unfavorable, for he would sit, day after day,
PICKING OCT SMALL PIECES OF THE
BONE, which would slough off. I found him
using IcoviU's Preparation, which Ac con
tinued to MM until a cure mot efftcttd. We
gave him no constitutional treatment, being
in attendance only aa a surgeon ; yet we con
fess we had much curiosity to see what could
be done in a system so txttosivtly ditsessd
aa bis was."
Thi Dootob furthis sits, since that time
he hat made use of SCOVILL'S SARSAPA
RILL A and 8TILL1NGIA in his practice,
and it hat cured the most difficult cisaa of
SCROFULA and SYPHILITIC DISEASE8.
I WHOLE FAMILY AFFLICTED -COVERED
WITH -SORES AND BOILS.
Colohbu, Hamilton Co., 0., Jan. 10, '58.
Mb. A. L. BooviLt.
Dear tfir This it to certify that my wife,
children, mother, and myself, about two years
and a half ago, were sorely afflicted. My
wife, children, and mother, were first taken
with a dreadful itching on the skin over the
whole body j and I was covered with running
boils. I employed several physicians, and
tried their prescriptions for about six months,
and found that, instead of getting better, we
grew worse and worse ; and finally the children
were covered with running twee over the whole
body. My brother called and got eight bot
tles of your BLOOD SYRUP, and strange to
tell, before we bad one half of it used, wi
wiai all well. I had spent over one hun
dred dollars before I got your medicine.
Yours, with respect,
Will the afflicted call on the agent and get a
pamphlet containing certificates of cures from
well KNOWN CITIZENS OF CINCINNATI
e- Icovill't Blood and Liver Byrup is
COMPOSED ENTIRELY OF VEGETA
BLES, and It rtartcTLT SAFE for CHIL
DREN to use. In case of sore mouth or eruption
of the tkin. If MOTHERS VALUE the
health of their children, they should eradi
cate the seeds of the disease before it ia too
Read the statement of one of the OLDEST
CHEMISTS IN. CINCINNATI
I hereby certify that I have been made
acquainted with 8COVILL'B BA.R9APA
RILL A AND 8TILLINOIA, or BLOOD AKD
LIVER IYSUP. THE INOREDIENT3 are
entirely vegetable, and a mineral enters
One door west of Burnet House, Cincinnati.
Tot tale by the Proprietors,
.7 A. L. scovnx ft CO.,
No. 11 West Eighth Street, Cincinnati.
Furniture and Chair Factory.
Keep always on hand a large stock of
Which they will sell at the lowest rales.
Wooden and 3Jetallie Coffins always
Undertaking promptly attended' to.
&m, Atw,f8eoT n
Blood Purifier and Blood Pills!
When Dr. Roback, the celebrated Swedish
Physician, introduced his Blood Purifier and
Blood Pills in the United States, be set forth
in plain laniruaire their curative properties.
Thit was years ago. The task of recom
mending them has since been taken out of
hit hand. Enlightened men whose charac
ter tor sound judgment and philosophy, givei
their opinions weight in the community, men,
who observe, reflect, and make "assurance
doubly sure" before they decide are every
where approving and urging the nse of these
w .ndcriul Preparations. All who confide in
thn wisdom and honesty of this class, or who
chine to investigate for themselves are now
of one mind on this important subject.
- Dr. Roback invites the attention of the
lick to the
from members - of the Medical Profession,
Editors of public journals, well known Mer
chants and Farmers, and Ladies of the high
est resDectabilitv. eivini accounts of extra
ordinary cures wrought by the remedies, of
wnicn cures they themselves were -'
These parties may be eniiw.ltpd personally
or by letter by those who have any doubt
upon the subject. The evidence in the pos
session of Dr. Itoback, which is . ot all times
accessible to the public, establishing the fol
lowing - - FACTS :
That the Blood Purifier and Blood Pills
have been proved by analysis to -
CONTAIN NO MINERAL,
That they cure the almost universal com
with unerring certainty, and in a very short
time. That after all other medicines have
proved useless, they relieve
and restore the health and strength of the
sufferer. That sick females,
who have languished for years in helpless
weakness and despondency, recupernte with
great rapidity under their invitrornting oper
ation. That all sexual disabilities are re
moved by their cordial and gentle stimulating
properties, mat tney recruit
however they may have been trifled with and
abused; that their direct tendency is to
lengthen life, and render it enjoyable. That
operating directly upon the poison of the dis
ease in the blood they
CAUSE SOON TO HEAL,
and discharge from the syRtem, every taint
of Scrofula, whether hereditary or otherwise.
That they bkcruit the debilitated,
ana that there is no disease ot the stomach
and Bowels, tbe Liver and Nervous System,
the Skin, Glands or Minnies.
arising from impurities or obstructions of
tne olooa or secretions,
in which they do not give prompt relief, and,
(if administered before the very citadel of
life has been invaded.) effect a painless and
oear in mina mat tne Scandinavian veget
able iJlooa ruts ore endorsed by tbe experi
ence of thousands of living witnesses, who,
in letters, affidavit medical works and by
word of mouth, proclaim them to be the very
best preparation of the kind ever offered to
the broken down victims ot ill health. They
hunt disease through every avenue and or
gan ot the system, and expel it thoroughly
No one can doubt their superiority after
one sinele trial they are not onlv better but
in fact, cheaper than any other Pills, for it
takes a less number of them to produce
Price of the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood
runner, ?l per bottle, or ?o per hall deien.
Of the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Pills,
Z5 cents per box, or 5 boxes for f 1.
Bead Dr. Roback' s Special Notices and
Certificates, published in a conspicuous part
of this Paper from time to time.
Dr. Roback's Medical Almanac and Fami
ly Adviser, contains a great varietv of inter
esting and valuable Medical information, can
be naa gratis ot any oi his Agents through
out tne country.
In difficult or complicated Cases, Dr. Ro
back may be consulted personally or by let
ter enclosing one stamp tor the reply.
Principal office and sales rooms. No. 6
East Fourth Street, 3d building from Main
street, Cincinnati, Uhio. Laboratory No. 32
For sale in Preble county by J. B. Brook-
ins k Son, Eaton; S. M Richey, New Paris;
U. a. Lantzenhiser, Hew Westville; Jas.
Hoover, Lewisburg; Murray k Bernard
Morning Sun; A. Sterling, Eldorado; S.
Degginger, Fair Haven ; JT H. Bohn, Cam
den; Leas 4 Nishwonger, West Sonora ; R,
Lakey Enterprise; L. Cline, New' Hope
Station ; Joel Lesh, Wheatville ; Joseph Da
vis, West Alexandria and by Druggists and
Merchants generally throughout the Union.
August IS, lBtU. em
Wholesale k Retail dealer in
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE,
Liquors, Wines, $c.
Main Street, North side, near the Bridge,
EATON, OHIO. ! .
Keeps always on hand a fine stock of
Coffee, Tea, Spices, Candles,
FRUITS, NUTS, CANDIES,
FLOUR, MEAL, VEGETABLES,
MUSTARD, BAKIJNU rUWlJJiKa,
Wooden and Willow Wares,
butted ; teise
Cigars and Snuff, Vinegar,
Brooms, Brushes, and Blacking,
And a host of other articles, too numerous
to mention. He keeps the very best assort
ment ot noery thing usually keptm ajamuy
Urocery, which he is determined to sell as
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
WaThe public are respectfully invited to
give him a call, as he feels assured that his
Stock and Prices will compare favorably
with any similar establishment in town.
Nails of all sizes always on hand. -Eaton,
August 23, 1860. tf
LIBERTY, i - t - ; INDIANA,
D. W. GABY, Proprietor,.!
fTlRAVELERS will find pleasant aecommo-
4. SatTont- a' fbis mti, tortus tWdnttle.
I v DR. WM. HA1X'8
BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS,
Constimptloni 1 Decline, JLathma,
t Bronchitis, Wasting of Fleh,
Night Sweats, Spitting of Blood.
,. Hooping Oough, Difioultv of
Breathing, Colds, Coughs, Influ
enza, Phthisic, Fain in the Side,
' and all Diseases of the Longs.
f 1MO DOLLARS KSWAKD ij . ...
IB OFFERED FOR A BETTER RECEIPT.
iteomws -,i ?
10 OFIOTf, CALOXKL, NOR KINEEAL F01SOXI
Aa4 It sate for the meat delloat eUM. '
1 It la estimated
that 150,000 per
sons die annually
: . L. - tt at....
's with coniumo-
on, and Profea- '
mur AWi .
that a vast num
ber of these eould -be
saved br the
timely uae of some proper remedy.
Da, Hill's Biuim strikes at the root of the
disease at once, and such is its speedy effect
that any one uting it freely aeoording to di
reetiont for twenty-four or forty-eight hours,
and not entirely satisBed with its merits,
may return it and receive back their money.
The most distressing cough is frequently re
lieved by a aingle dose, and broken up in a
few hours' time. The afflioted do not have
to take bottle after bottle before they find
whether thit remedy will afford relief or not, '
- The public have been imposed upon by
remedies recommended by certificates which
have always originated from tome unknown
source. We believe that a medicine possess
ing real merits will effect cures wherever it
is used, at home at well as abroad. Thit it
no paregorio preparation, but one which if
ated in season will save the lives of thou,
It has effected cures In numerous eases,
where the most skillful physicians in this
country and in Europe have been employed,
and have exercised their skill in vain. Cases
whioh they have pronounced incurable, and
surrendered at hopelest beyond a doubt,
leaving the patients without a tingle ray to
enliven them in their gloom, have been cured
by Dr. Hall's Balsam, and the "victims of
consumption" are now vigorous and stroLg
at the most robust among us. And these
eases are not isolated ones ; they are numer
ous, and can be pointed out in every com
munity where this most unrivaled remedy
hat been tested.
Be slow, then, to believe tbe oft-repeated
story about tbe lungs being gone ; or rather
let no such apprehension induce you to give
p. Act upon the principle that while there
It lift thorn i. hope. You can never be so low
that you may not trust, humanly speaking,
In Hall's Balsam. More than one, nay, hun
dreds hat it brought almost from death to
life, when all else hsd failed. Give, then,
this powerful but harm lees remedy a trial.
Call on the agent and get a pamphlet gratis.
The treatise on consumption alone is worth
the price lor tbe medicine. You will find cer
tificates of physicians in Cincinnati, and of
others whose cures have been effected hart at
home, whore they can be found.
'V 7 V
IF PHYSICIANS WILL USE IT, WHT IS IT
HOT SAFE FOR THE PEOPLE?
ClHCIlMATI, NOV. 1.
Uassas. A. L. Bcottu A Co.
Dear Bin, The publie generally are fully
aware of the thouatnds of remedies for dis
eased lungs, under the titles of Bantpa
rillas, Pills, Flatters, Liniments, etc, that
are daily brought to their notice through the
newspapers, by way of advertisements. My
abject in writing this note for publication is
to induce the public, or at least those who are
afflicted, (if tney will use patent medicines,)
to use one that contains articles of real use in
pulmonary diseases. I am conscious that ia
ao doing 1 am acting moat unprofessionally,
tmd derogatory to the interetta of medical
eeitnee and the regular practitioners of medi
etas. The medicine to which I refer is Ih-. Sail's
Balxm for the Lungs. I have prescribed it
in a large number of cases, and always with
success. One case in particular to which I
Wish now to refer, was given up by several
physicians who bad been railed in consulta
tion with myself. Tho patient had all the
symptoms of confirmed consumption, such
at cold night sweats, hectic fever, baraating
cough, with continued pain in tht lobe of the
right lung, attended with severe diarrheal
He commenced immediately to get better by
the nse of the above-named medicine, and
was toon restored to bie usual health 1 I
have also found Dr. Hall's Balsam the most
valuable expectorant for breaking up dis
' tretsinsT eouKhs and colds that I have ever
More Physicians' Testimony.
We, the undersigned Physicians of
neinnatl, certify that Pr. Wright'i state
ments are entitled to the fullest confidence
ef the publie, and we can fully corroborate
what he has said, having used Dr. Hall's
Balsam in a number of caeea with the hap
Bleat effect, J. B. LAWBON, H. D.,
P WM. C.6MITH.M.D.,
I, I. JOHN60N, M. D.
Sttunsmi tskfor Dr. Wm. Hall's
Tet ml by tht Proprietors,
A. I. 8C0VTXL ft CO.,
fa, U West Eighth Street Cincinnati.
Ate - V ' ;. - '
, FASHION TRIUMPHANT I
- MICHAEL FILBERT
Still in the Field!
TTE has just returned from the "Queen
XI City"- with a large and varied, stock of
i : Ready Made:
r- H ...
Cloths, Cassimem, Tweedsy Vestings
and & large lot of
which he oners to his numerous customers,
at nn low rntaa aa can be honirht anvwhere.
I-All kinds of Custom Work made to
order, on the shortest notice.
The public are invited to call at his old
stand, opposite the "National Hotel," and
examine his stock
Come alone, come alone, make no delay:
Come from every hamlet and village by the
Come and buy the oheapest Clothes that ever
you did wear,
All warranted to fit yon neat, and to neither
rip or tear.
Eaton, August 23, 1860. . ly
rTlllE undersigned will pay the highest
JL price for . . ,.
On delivery at his tanyard in Eaton, Ohio, or
at the shop of A. A. Seibert, on Baron street
He also keeps constantly on hand and for
sale a very superior lot ot lup ana uair stuns,
Sole, Harness and entile .Leather.
"tfaVtfrf, Aoyaftft.ftW. it
Splendid Gifts ?
. v.''.?-. -tothBOOKS;
-Announcement to Book jEfttyert.'
Owing to the immense ' patronage- bestowed
npoflthe . .! - , f ,. -. .
OP THE . r ' . r . V
Gift Book Enterp'rjse,
astaousnea in loo, Dy
By the teemine Millions of the West and
South, we have leased the spacious and ele
gant store, 28 West Dourth street, , . v
CINCINNATI, - j . : . Ohio.
By sending all orders for Books to
A. A. I E L L E Y.,1
, C ... CINCINNATI, O., . -,
TOU WILL 8AYE TIME AND EXPENSE.
We ask those who have been patronizing
Eastern Gift Book Establishments to give us
on trial Onr inducements to Agents are
creator than anv other Gift Book Establish
ment in the world ; we guarantee perfect sat
isfaction to all who may favor na with an or
der. ' For every club of Ten Books, one extra
book and Gift will be eiven. -
Une trial will satisfy all ot the liberality ot ,
our system. " - '
All who want Books should send
to the Headquarters of
... A. A. KELLEY,
PROPRIETOR 07 THE OLDEST AND MOST
Gift Book Establishment '
; ' In The World, ' ' '
NO. 28 WEST FOURTH ST,
. 1 :' CINCINNATI, 0.
ALL BO 0 K S
SOLD AT PUBLISHERS LOWEST PRICES
- D A !
WORTH FROM FIFTY CTS. TO $100,00,
Given with each Book, , t
We will furnish any book published, and
now in print, the retail price ot which is
$1,00, or more, at publisher's price, accom
panied with a splendid gift, worth from fifty
cents to one hundred dollars.
Money may be sent at our risk, provided it
is enclosed in the presence of the Postmaster,
and registered according to law.
To whom greater inducements are offered
than by any other Gift Book Establishment
in the world. Any person, Male or Female,
can become an Agent, and by a little exer
tion can procure
AN ELEQANT SILK DRESS PATTERN,
A 8ET OJ CORAL JEWELRY,
VALUABLE GOLD WATCH,
A GOLD BRACELET,
Or, some other article of value.
Send for a classified catalogue of Books,
hich is sent free to any address..
If you wish prompt attentton and honora
ble dealing, address all orders for Books to
A. A. KELLY,
PUBLISHER AND ORIGINATOR OP THE
GIFT BOOK ENTERPRISE,
No. 28 West Fourth Street,
September 6, 1860. 3-3m
Carriage & Buggy
HENRY RESLER, ;
Cherry St., between Main $ Somen,
HAVING recently purchased the entire
interest in the above establishment,
and having in his employ some of the ifoif
Experienced Workmen in the State, is now
prepared to turnish, on the shortest nonce,
SPRING WAGONS, fa fa
of the neatest latest and most approved styles
8gfc.AU work done op to order, in the very
best style, ana warranted to De ot the "
and will be sold as low a$ can bt bought any
wherein the West
AU work Warranted to
RUN AT LEAST ONE YEAR;
if otherwise, he will make it good and sound.
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS,
Done at low prices, and in the most substan
tial and expeditious manner..
IgjuHe respeotfully invites all to call and
examine his stook on hand, and be satisfied
that he will give tbem good bargains.
Eaton, August 23, 1860. tf I
Type and Stereotype Foundry
Vint strut between Fourth and Ffth, '
CINCINNATI, t , : : .: Ohio.
. ,R ALLISON, Supt. s
Manufacturers anil dealers in
NEWS, BOOK AND JOB TYPE.
PRINTING Presses, Cases, Gallies, ftc,
Ink and Printing Materials of every' de
scription. Stereotyping of all kinds, Books,
Musis, Patent Medicine Directions; Jobs,
wood Engravings, c,
Brands and Pattern Letters Various Style.
IQuEleotrotyping in all its branches, ly
Saddles & Harness.
rptlE undersigned, at his old stand, West
X or the Court House, Eaton, keeps on
nana s good assortment or, f k ;a
Farm Harness, Collars, Buggy and
- Wagon Whips, Carriage Harness
ot all descriptions, Ao., which he offers to dis
pose of on the most reasonable terms.
' H. H. MARTIN.
PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY XI
i yeGfl!r a . -Mt$skJBucfe
Terms of Subscription.
One copy oca year, (in advance) t IlijP
Rates of Advertising.
One square (10 lines) three-weeks..(i.l:0
One square one month...'..;.'..'.. 1:2
une square tnree mentns... 8:00
One square six months.......,.,....,,.,; 6:00-
One square one year....M...w......... tM'
column one month.......;.. ,,...,7:00
" ,, , three months.. ....... ......... ..14:00
, .". v, one year ,.... ...rt...20;00..
) column one month.... J4ioo
" three months....w.........J5:0a
. ;;..x montht.,M.TO-...0:0a,
" . ona year J5;0.
1 column one month.... .......23:09
" -"'.. ' three months.........,.;...30:00
'' u - v tiz months ..;.....40:00
' " ' 1 one year ......,...i....J0:00
No credit on advertising, except to yearly
customers, who are expected to pay quarterly.1
The privilege of Yearly Advertisers u"
strictly limited to their own immediate buti
ness, and the business of an advertising firm
is not considered as including that of itp in-
dividual members. ,-
Advertisements, not marked on the toptf
for a special number of insertions; - will be
continued until ordered out, and payment,
exacted accordingly. ' .
No advertisement will be inserted gratuit
ously, except brief announcement of deaths,
marriages and religious appointments.
No advertisement to be considered by the
year unless specified by contract between the
parties. ' ' - - '
No yearly advertisements will be discon
tinued without previous notice to nd, nor will
any charges be made for less than one year
at yearly rates.
All advertisements of public meetings,
speaking, fairs, fraternities, Ao., and all no'
mvco vi puvai enterprises, or to promote
private interests, must be paid for. Where
the object is manifestly for the public good,
or for benevolent purposes, the publisher will
deduct half of the advertising rate.
Obituaries and tributes of respect charged
for at tbe rate of fifty cents for twelve Unesj
and must be paid for when handed in.
neguiur auveruters ana an outers tending
communications or reauirins notices design
ed 'to call attention to fairs, parties, concerts
ur puuiic entertainments wnere cnarges art
made for admittance, all notices of private
associations; every notice designed to call
attention to private enterprises, calculated
or intended to promote individual interests
can only be inserted with the understanding
that the same is to be paid for. If inserted
in the editorial column, (which can only be
at the discretion of the editor) the same will
be charged at the rata of not less than 10
cents per line. ' ; 'r '
Pay for advertisements dne when they are
left for insertion, and pay in advance, is re
quired unless specially agreed to be credited.
Existing contracts for advertising will be
observed until the period contracted for ex
pires, after which, if the advertisement be
continued, it shall be taken for granted that
the advertisers understand, and agree to the
rates, and are to be governed accordingly. ' :
PUBLIC attention is respectfully invited
to this establishment, in the assuraaea
that ample satisfaction will be given as re-
ffards Tvoos-ranhv. Preaa wnrtc nit l..
to those who may require -1
r- OR ,. ;;.
Executed Cheaply and Neatly,
Tht materials all of which ewe
Having been selected with great cart,
, wiU be found to embrace v
erything requisite to the txe- t . ,
eution of any r .
Variety or Style of Printing,
With the utmost expedition and at
short notice. : We are able at al
times, to print ,r.
EXPEDITIOUSLY & CHEAPLY,
.' .. every description of
CIRCULARS, ' 'T
,r. CARDS, . .j.i
, BLLLTHEADS, Ac, Ac.
It is onr intention to do every deseriptiee
ofworkat-, - i .,
SUCH - LOW- RATES,!
is will enable every one, ao matter how
small (be extent of his business or how; limi
ted his means, ' r ' ''
TO MAKE A TRIFlNkoiTLAY
In this most invaluable method tf
,. making nis business Jhor- 1
oughly known.' ''
EVERT BUSINESS' MAN
needs something in the way of
; Job Frintingr,1;;
A Business Card er Circular f
Is almost indianenaahliL Thnu nf nnr frinnda
who may feel disposed to give us their pat
ronage, may be assured that no pains shall
os spared on onr part to serve their interetta
promptly..;. H3TTERM9 CASJL ,
Livery, Sale and Feed; Store,
iOHNWs STEPHENS, Z
WOULD announce to hit friends and the
public, that he has just taken the old
stand, recently occupied by William C Deem,
and re-onened a Litem Kiahl: lira K
be pleased to acoommodate all who may wish
to hire Horses, Buggies, ., on ' reasonable
terms. ' Stable Room and Feed for Horses of
travellers; farmers, Ac, also afforded.' The