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Cincinnati Eaton & Richmond
. i TALL. ARRANGEMENT. '
flmmmci'nif -Wcdnetday- August 15, 1860.
'l" CpfraWttauni paw Eatoji, 8:13 A. m. 4:54 P. u.
f J)oh trains pais Eaton, 8:45 A. M. 3:20 P. M.
i Tin Burlington Express Train, going west,
Cincinnati at (i:00 P. M., Hamilton
,-. 7: l,fj,. Camden 8:12, Euton 8:38, arr. tit Kich
ij,nond 9:20, Returning, leaven Richmond at
U5 A, M., Eaton 5:05, Camden 5:32, Hum-
v Hton. t:3U, arrive at Cincinnati 7:45. '
Voters! Read and judge for Yourselves!
"I am-not a Northern man; nor yet a
Soulier man r but 1 am a WESTERN
'"MAN,--by birth; by habit by education;
md although itilla United Stales man, with
', United Stales principle, yet within and
' subordinate to the Constitution: am wholly.
: Krvrtrtn to Wester inteiiv.sts." Speech of
t. Id. Y aUunaxgham, in the Home oj Itep--r'senlatires,
December 15, 1859, '
"'A bou.R divided against itself cannot
' aland I believe this Government CAN
NOT ENDURE permanently, half slave and
half free. 1 do not expect the bouse to
fallbut 1 do expect it will censo to be di
vided. It will become all one thine, or nil
the other. Either the opponents of slucery
will urrett the further spread of it, and
place it vhne the public mind shall rest in
K thi belief that it is in course of ultimate ex
tinction ; or its advocates will push it for-
Ward till it .shall become nlilic lawful in nil
(he States old a well as new, North as well
1 M'Sntith." Abraham Lincoln In hit sjiccch
ut Springfield. .
"He' (Lincoln) is it radical Republican,
find is FULLY COMMITTED to the Doc-
trine of the "irrepressible cnnlliet." In his
' debates with Douglas he comes fully up to
the highest mark of Republicanism, and lie
if man of will and none, and will not back
down, from his own assertion, lie is not a
compromise candidate by any meant." The
"tiegro, llowjla: paper, 2.VA May,
t "I ft ml the resolutions of the Convention
fat Chicago platjhrm as satisfactory to me
at if it had been framed, with my ram
hands, and the candidates adopted by it, em
inent and able Republicans, with whom I
bave cordially co-operated in maintaining
th principles embodied in that excellent
rrecd." lint. . Seward's Letter la X. V.
"I rejoice that, although I am not nomi
nated ut PiiiNflPr.r.s are! ami that tbev have
so true and so faithful a representative in
the coming contest as Abraham Lincoln, of
Illinois, foe. Chase's speech ut the Colum
bus fl'iUfiraliun meeting. '
' disregariUng this law (Fugitive Slave
Law,) the prisoners ; (Oberlin Rescuers) utn
-khiht. neir error consisted In sparing
the lives of the slave catchers, (I.'. S. Mur
fhals.) Those pirates should have been de
livered over to the colored men and consign
v.f to the doom of pirates, which should have
hi'Cir speed!!; txetnted. CdJ'uy to Ober
lin Jtesewr.t. '
'1 d'l not object to your giving utterance
to your views. 1 only object to your repre
t'Hlinij them as the sentiments of.lbe Repub
lican party.- I, as one of that party, detest
lb Fugitive Slave Law. would stay am
rial catcher who thovld pollute tin rrsi-iltni-r
ta"reeapture a fuifxdce." G'idd'wgt
to Tnin linein.- r .:
"We 'would bo d7ad to see the 'old War
Mors' returned to Congress. Mr. Giddings !
ah nut? luniii, u wim; niHl PXptTI
eiiccd Statesman, and a man of iron nerve
.There k not a better Republican, nor a more
loiiB.Jt juiiu in the L'ninu than old Joshua 11.
(iidjiiijf-:." ' Dayton tlazctte, July 211, lSlill.
fctf-Our friend Michael Ityan has
our tfianks for favors.
vr.,.We'ure under obligations tuK'd
(Mi. Vallandigham for public doc-
uinonts. ; ...
'fovWlicn yon want your old
buggies repaired leave them with
A. A. Seibert, and they will be
promptly attended to.
' rVriuX'hatlorf V. Thum has receiv
ed l,k nW stock of Fall and Win
ter clothing. Give him a call when
ymrwitnt anything in his line.
J!5" We are ready
.1 . I I IT I
nt all times to I
i .mo u oi'K, in a superior man
ner, on short notice', aiid at reason
able term. Give us a call and see
if we don't prove what we say.
t,. Meeker & Kuhl arc acknowl
edged .to, bo, tho best Boot & Shoe
manufacturer's in Eaton. Persons
wanting anything in their line will
please note this fact down, and re
member to give them a call;
Dayton Empire ?
becomo of the
We have failed
to receive it for the past two weeks,
c arc extremely anxious to get it
in exchange for wo consider it one
of tfcojbcsfc Dailies in Xha State, the
lncmnati papers not excepted
toTMr.- William Campbell of
Jokspu township,, who was in at
tendance" at' our ' county . Fair pre
sented us with the largest radish
we ever saw - "Wc should judge it
would, weigh at least 25 ' pounds.
For size it resembles a mammoth
pumpkin more than a radish..
' Ono of the small fry, Republican
utunipcrs of our town a few days
ago, said in the presence of a very
reliable Democrat, "that he would
riot raise his hand if the 'slaves' of
the South, were' walking, over the
dead bodlVi of their masters." lithe
gentleman (?) whimpers about this,
wo will publish his name . in black
letterB. If we have such a misera
Lie wretch in our midst, it is high
ly Jmpdrtant that the people should
know him so that he mav be prop
erly dealt with.';
Our County Fair.
The Ilth annual Mr1 bf.tU Preb
le county ; Agricultural' Society is
over; With all its bustle and confu
sion.. It was by no mcaus a bril
liant affair, nor yet was it a failure.
The receipts from all sources
amount to about thirteen hundred
dollars. The weathor was inauspi
cious, being alternately warm, cold,
damp, raw, drizzly, wet and windy,
and as a consequence the attend
ance on Tuesday "Wednesday and
Thursday was decidedly slim. A
clear sky on Friday morning prom
ised a fuir day, and an average
crowd visited the grounds on that
day. With tho exception of the
fruit and vegetable departments,
(which were filled to overflowing
with the fincat specimens we ever
saw,) we arc satisfied that the num
ber and variety of articles exhibit
ed, fell far below an average. The
stalls and pens for stock were not
filled as well as. they have been here
tofore, although the stock (what
there , was of it,) was pronounced
by judges to bo" excellent. The
trials of speed, showed no improve
ment so far as we could judge.
The negro show and dancing
tents seemed to bo the crreatest at
tractions on the ground. By the
way, we believe that if the mana
gers would carry out the will of a
largo majority of tho substantial
patrons of agriculture and industry,
they would not permit such things
on the Fair ground.
Thero was considerable dissatis
faction expressed on account of the
non ascension of that balloon.
Many persons hastily condemned
the officers for having advertised
that which they knew would not
be done. This is all wrong. It
was advertised iu good faith ; Mr.
Kinney was here ready to make the
ascension, but the balloon did not
arrive until five o'clock, when the
crowd had dispersed. Xo blame is to
be attached to the officers of the
society or to Mr. K. Upon the
whole we believe the general opin
ion wa, that notwithstanding the
dampness of the weather, the Fair
was a rather dry gathering.
under the head of the National
emoeracy tlte friends of the for-
CAVe direct especial attention
to the ppcf-ch of .John M. Wilson,
one of Lincolns electors of the State
oi'IndiiUin, to 1)C fotintl Oil the first
page ot to-days paper, headed
"Irish and Germans Head.'' Eve
ry foreigner should read the above
mentioned article and then decide
for himsell which way he will cast !
his vote. If he desires to be class
eigner let lum at once renounce
all connection with tho Black Ite
publicans, or rather Know Noth
ings in Ulack Republican disguise.
One of the most beautiful dis
plays at our recent mass meeting
was made by the, young ladies of!
rue northern part ot the county.
All uniformly drowsed and mount-!
nil Oil snlefldid horses. Ilinv iVn-mml !
the most brilliant spectacle wo over
saw at a political meeting. With
such displays of patriotism, Judge
Douglas may well rest contented,
and if we were not an
"batch" me would say something
nice about this delegation. But we
What Everybody Wants.
, to call attention to the
fact that Mr. Simon Brechtbill of.
this county is sole agent for the
sale of .book entitled "Everybody's
Lawyer and Counsellor in busi
ness." This is without doubt one
of the best books that a man could
purchase. - It ia filled with all that
is required to make every man his
"The book gives full and com
plete forms calculated to meet al
most every possible business con
tingency; Its directions and ad
vice' are alike adapted, to every
State in the Union, and are not
only reliable but are given in so
clear and distinct a style that it is
hardly possible for a misunder
standing to occur. It should be in
the hands .of every man and wo
man throughout the country- as a
guide for tho business transactions
of every day life."
The Eagle Hotel.
This is without question one of
tho best Hotels in Ohio, its tables
are filled to over flowing with all
tJbe luxuries of the season. The
land-lords aro gentlemanly and
accommodating men. "When you
wish to" put up at cbrafortablo quar
ters 'stop at tht-IJaglc Hotel.
We invite the attention of our
Jady roadera to tho "fact that Mra.
S. J. Hogarth and Miss 8. B. Chcn-
oweth, have tormed a partnership
for the purpose of carrying on the
Dress making and Millinery busi
ness. Their rooms are immediate
ly over J.& J. Rossmans Saddler shop
on Baron street. If you want your
wearing apparel to bo fitted ' in
the latest and most approved styles,
give these ladies a call, as they
have the latest patterns from the
eastern cities- They also keep on
hand and aro constantly , receiving
from the east the latest and most
Soo their card in another column.
We have recently noticed a new
fangled method of catching the ex
tra dimes that are always floating
about in large crowds. Dancing
tents are all the go. You cannot
visit a political meeting, or a Fair
ground but that you will find one
or more large tents erected, where
ladies are admitted free and gentle
men aro charged ten cents for the
privilege of shaking feet with one
of the ladies aforesaid to tho tune
of "soap suds over the fence" on a
cracked fiddle for twenty or thirty
minutes. We seldom object to
amusement, nor do we set ourself
up as a standard of morality in
choosing our amusements, but we
do raise our voice and protest
against these dancing tents. They
shou'd not be tolerated. We would
hate to meet a sister or a daughter
(if we had one) in such a place.
We were in one on the Fuir
grounds last week, and we there
saw young ladies whose parents
would have shuddered to have seen
the company they were in. Girls
keep out of dancing tents.
We wish to direct the attention
of our readers to the advertisement
of A. A. Kellv. to be found on the
fourth page of this paper. Mr.
Kelly is the originator of the Gift
Book enterprise, his room is Xo.
2H, West fourth street, Cincinnati.
Wo . feci warranted in saying to
all, that when you wish good books
at less figures than you enn buy
them at here, bo sure and send to A.
A. Kelly of Cincinnati and you will
be sure to be accommodated, be
sides yon will get a gift with each
book that you buy, which is of
itself worth from fifty cents to one
hundred dollars. Remember the
books arc sold at the publishers'
lowest prices, nnd besides you are
certain to get a splendid gift extra.
jrftTlic Wide Awakes, those
whit were not too drunk of this
place attended the torch light pro
cession at Camden on last Thurs
day night. Before leaving here,
however, they had to compel ai
number of their company to remain
over, from the fact that they were
too 0 run k to leave town. Thus it
will be seen that the Republican
rtartv contains nil the rltwtu.v rli.p
Ho suppose the JlcgiMrr will de
ny again, that there were any of
the Wide Awakes drunk. "What
we have stated are facts, and "facts
are stubborn things."
frs-JIcssrs. O. & W. Minor have
just received nnd opened their new
atid well selected stock of Dry
Goods. They are prompt and en
crgctic business men, and have the
confidence of the public, and are
now ready and willing to see their
old customers and friends, and to
sell them goods at reasonable pri
ces. Call then at their old stand
North of the Court house.
Up and Down.
We neglected to notice in our
last, that Jack Gilmorc had pro
cured a fine hickory pole, and with
tho help of his older friends had
erected the same in front of his
fathers residence, and we regret
that in announcing the fact now
we are compelled to announce the
additional fact, that the storm on
Thursday last tore the ground up
all around the polo and it very nat
urally fell down.
"We hope, soon to see it up again.
"Wo return our thanks to
Mrs. W. Eugle for ono of the nicest
boquetts of .the season. ."We hope
her journey through lifo may over
be a flowery one, and that she as
well as her husband over hold fast
to the true Democratic doctrine.
IfamJin is a diwtnionist.
- CHEAP AND CHOICE
j? o is ; 8 -A. E .
DENIST0N & MoWHINEY,
Corner of Walnut id High Sts., Eaton, O.
James Deiiiiion, Contracting I'nrtncr, rt-ni-
denca West High St., uear tlia Numery.
L. R. McWhinney, Indianapolis, Indiana".
IN order to introduce their Nursery to the
favorable notice of the citizens of Preble
t'o (for whose benefit it was gotten up, af
ter witnessing the manv failure:! of tho Trees
furnished from abroad,) the Proprietors will
oner their stock, this , I' nil and next Sprinjf,
at erently reduced prices ; a reduction of 25
to SO per cent., on Tree l'cdlcrs' prices will
bo mude considering quality ot.thc Trees.
They invite persons visiting Katon, who wish
to set Orchards, or arc lovers of luscious
Fruit, to call and examine their stock, be
fore purchasing elsewhere, as they will take
great pleasure iu showing them over their
grounds ; and they have no doubt but that
the pleasure will be mutual.
Their stock, ready for market, consists of
10,000 Apple, 5,000 Peach, 1,-100 1'ear,
(both dwurfnnd stundard,) 1,1)00 Cherry, all
trim and bea.'.tiful Trees, and of the most
hardy and best varieties of choice Fruit-
lected with grcnt car :tfi.Ypense adapted
to this climate. Also.'j- "Vt'o collection of
Gooseberry, BlackberAvJtaspberry, and
Currant bushes, Strawln and lihubnrb
plants, Orapcvincs, and other Garden Fruits
usually tound in Jur. series.
Terms, in the main, Cosh-as thev make
no debts, or extends no creds, other than on
tho individual responsibility of the partner
making them. Katon, August 23, lSlill. tf
PERRY 0 AVIS'
VtE ask the attention of the trade i
V the public to tliiis long test and u
valed FAMlM mwici.vk
For the cure of Cold, C'onghs, Weak Stom
ach mid General Dcbii'i'r, Indigestion,
Cramp nnd l'ain in .Stomach, Dowel Com
plaint, Colic, Dinrrlnea, Dvsentnry, Cholera,
ke., if., and for Fever liud Ague there i."
nothing better. Iry it,
It has beou fuvorblv known for more thnn
twenty ycurs to be the
ONLY 81RK srCl.'lt'tC
For tho many diseases incident to the hu
INTERSAM.Y AND EXTCRNALI.r
It works equally sure.
What stronger proof of these facts can be
produced than the following letter received
unsolicited from A. W. Curtis:
Komko, Macomb Co., Mich., July 9, '60.
Mi:ssus. J. N. Hauuis Co.
Uentlcmen: The confidence I have in
Perry Davis' Pniu Killer as a remedy for
Colds, Coughs, Bums, Sprains and Rheuma
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 ogo I hud recourse to it to
destroy a felon ; although I hud never heard
of its being used for that purpose, but having
suffered intensely from a former one, and
having no other remedy at hand, I applied
the Pain Killer for about fifteen minutes at
evening, and repented the application very
briefly next morning, which entirely destrov
cd the felon, and increased my confidence in
the utility of the remedy.
Yours truly, 'A. W. CUUMIS,
Minister of the Wesleyan'M. E. Church.
TDK l'Altf Ktl.LEIl
litis been tested in every variety of climate,
nnd by almost every nation known to Ameri
cans. It is the almost constant companion
and inestimable friend of the missionary and
the traveler, on i-eii and lnnd, and no one
should travel on our lukes or rivers with
He sure you call for and get the genuine
Paiii Killer, ns manv worthless nostrums are
utlcmpled to be sold on the great reputation
of this valuable medicine.
BSjrlliroctious accompany each bottle.
Sold by dealers everywhere.
Price, 2i cts., 50 cts., and 1 per bottle.
J. n. Harris & co.,
Proprietors for the Western States,
Sold wholesale and retail by
J. P. Urookins Jfc Son, Katon, Ohio; T. P.
Simmons, Fairhnven; Murry & Bernard,
Morning Sun: Isaac Johnson, West Alexan
dria; Josiah Davis, West Alexandria; S. W.
Rickey, New Paris; Robert Wright, Troy;
retei Jacobs, Hamilton. no3-ly
Formerly of the Cottage Gallerv, would re
spectfully inform the citizens of Eaton and
vicinity, that he has taken Booms over
Hiigbans (tore opposite the Huntington
whore he is prepared to take all kinds of
Pictures; Photographs Enlarged
Life-size and colored in Oil colors; Old por
traits varnished or repaired in good style.
Lull and examine specimens.
Photographs made for from 1,25
pw dozen to 5-10 ft picture.
Also Ambrotypes, Melainotvpcs, Scenery,
and Sphereotypes or Magnetic Transfer, of
ait styles Known. npet. 13, 6m.
CANKER & SALT RHEUM
roR the cube or
Canker, Salt Khcum, ErysipelnSj Scrofulous
Diseases, Cutaneous Lruptions, and
every kind of Disease arising from
un impure state ot the blood.
The most effective Blood Purifier of the
Tho object of this Syrup is to throw all
impurities which are iu 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 are out upon the
skin they can at once be removed by apply
ing the Cerate, which will in all cases nll'ect
permanent cure. There is no external ap
plication which will alone permanently cure
this class of disease?,
CERATE, Oil OINTMENT,
Has proved itself to bo the best Ointment
ever invented, and where used with the Syr
up it hus nevorbcen known to fail of affect
ing a permanent cure of Salt Shenm, Erysip
elas, Old Sores, Tetter and Ringworm, Scald
Head, Barber's Irch, &c, for
SORE Xim.ES, SORE CYES,
Chillblaint and Frostbites, Chapped Hands,
ko., the Cera to is a positive euro. Every
family should keep it at hand.
PUICE Syrup 81 per bottle ; Cerate 25c.
Sold by all Kespectadls Dbugoihts in
J. X HARRIS & CO.,
Proprietors for the Western States,
To whom all others for above Medicines may
addressed, for sale bt
P. Urookins Si Son, Eaton Ohio: Ti P.
Simmons I'airhaven; S. W. Rickey, New
r..;.. nk... u.:..i.. T.... t.... t. l-
Hamilton. ' no3-lr
"Roots and Lcarcs will be fur the healing of
Madame Victorine Hollard,
rPHK groat European Clairvoyant of the
X 1 9th coutury, and world renowned Heal
ing Modiuui of tho age. has arrived iu Cin
cinnati, and established an Inferinary at No.
271 Walnut strt., opposite Walnut St. House.
This wonderful Ladv has been traveling
throuL'h F.uropc and West Indies, South
America, California, and the United Slates,
for the Inst thirteen years, and has been en
dowed from her birth with a supernatural
gift to such an astonishing degree, that shu
convinces tho most skeptical of her won
derful powers. Iu short, through the assis
tance ol some superior power alio is endow
ed with the Healing Art. Madame flollartl
is a Physician indeed! She cures the follow
ing compluints in their most obstinate stn
Discuses of the.. Throat, I-ungs, Heart,
l.iver, Htoiuacli, llropsy in the Chest,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Fits or Falling Sick
ness and all other Nervous lleraugeuieiits.
Also, diseases of the Wood, such as the
Scrofula, Kryjipclas, Causers, Fever Sores,
Leprosv and all fiber Complicated Chronic
All forms of I'omaln difficulties attended
to with Ihe hapuiust results.
It is hoped no one will despair of a cure
until thcr have given Alad. 11. a medicine
trial. During her travels, she has been the
instrument in God's hands of restoring to
brallli aim vigor, tliousans who were on the
verge of the grave, nnd who are now living
monuments of her skill and successful treat
ment, and nrc daily exclaiming, "blessed be
the day when first we saw and partook of
llollard sunrivaled medicines
Satislactory references will be cheerfully
given when required. Madame If. will
pledge her reputation and stake her all to
make permanent cures in all cases which
Her mode of examination is with a Clair
voyant eye, or second sight. Shu therefore
asks no iuestions. nor dues she require inva
lids to explain symptoms; telling their cause
nnd location with so much satisfaction as to
merit nnd receive the confidence of ull who
have consulted her.
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 to
j'crevns living ai a oisiunce ny Riving n
stntenictii of their enscs will be attended to
JieirPost olliee fl.l.x l'!3.
SHERRY WINE BJTTERS,
THE CELEUUATED NEW E.VOI.AM) ULMEUY
Jaundice, Few vnd Agitc, 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. Leepere writes from Xava
rce, Stark county, Ohio, "the Bitters are
hiphly praised by those suffering from Indi
gestion, Despcpsia and Liver complaint."
K. S. Davis, Postmaster at Williamsport,
Ohio, snys, ''they give, great satisfaction. 1
use them myself, having taken cold, become
prostrate nnd lost my appetite. It relieved
me, nnd I enn recommend il with great as
surance of its merits."
I)r. Win. M. Kerr, of Ilo-rcrsville, Indiana,
writes us that they are thu most valuable
medicine oD'ered. He bus recommended
them with treat success, and with theui
made several cures of bad cases of Palpita
tion of the Heart and Geueral Debility.
Thomas Snnford, Esq., writes us a lonu;
letter, under date of May 1th, IStiO. He
w.is much reduced, having boon affected for
three ycurs with great nervous ability, palpi
lauon ot tne Heart, ot tlie most severe
nnd prostrating character; "after using a
lew uotties l was completely restored, and
am now iu robust health."
George W. Hoffman says he was afflicted
with Klieumiitism for twenty years, in all its
various shapes, and at the date of his letter
he had been two vears well the Bitters af
fecting a cure when several Physicians at
tended him could do him no good. He says
"for RHEUMATISM. Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, and Kidney Allcction or llropsy, it is
n specific, certain remedy." And such is
the news from all quarters of the country.
It is sold by most dealers iu medicines-
price i j cents per bottle.
J. N. HARRIS & CO.,
Proprietors for the Western States,
ron f.iLE nr
J. P. Brookins & Son, Eatou, Ohio;
Simmons, l-airliavcn; Isaac Johnson, st
Alexandria ; S. W. Rickey, New Paris ;
Robert Wright, Troy; Peter Jacobs, Hamil
ton. September 6, 'lSCO. no3-ly
WM. A. SCOTT,
Homeopathic Physician & Surgeon
CONSTANTLY keeps at hand the specific
remedies for nil kinds of wounds and
burns; remedies which neve have 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 tho house, ns they will save you from all
suffering, as well as from many a largo Doc
tor bill. They cured Win. Clayton, beyond
the expectation of every one Avho saw him
fall from the top of a three story building on
stono pavement. To prove it, you have
only to do as Clayton did, and then apply the
remedy. They cure by "tho first intention,"
which keeps down inllamation, and thereby
ulceration. 25 cent's worth of each will las't
otic year. Office in Esq. Stephcu's Building,
P. S. It will pay the reader to commit
tho above to memory. W. A S
August 2H, lS60-'tf.
Cooks Improved Portable
FOB BALE BY
" ECKEL & COCHRAN,
Eaton, Ohio, Sept. 6, 1860
rilHE undersigned has been duly appoint
X ed Administrator of the estate of Will
iam Gill, late of Eaton, Preble county, Ohio,
deceased. All persons indebted to tho es
tate are requested to make immediate pay
ment; ana mose having claims against the
same will present them probated to my At
torneys. Foos 4 Camnbell of Eaton, for al
lowance by the undersigned.
WILLIAM U. UILL,
September 20lh. JKfl. bo5-3w
Baron street, first building North of Main,
CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS, Turpentine,
Coach, Coyal, De Mar, Japan
and Ijtathcr Varnishes,
Dye Stuffs, Alcohol, Burning J-ltild,
Cloth, Hair, Tooth, White Wash and
Coal Oil and Fluid lamps,
Breast Pumps, Breast Pipes, Nurs
ing Bottles, Pessaries,
Glass and Metal Syringes,
Trusses, Abdominal and Uterine supporters.
Ac, A c.
Maderia, Port, Malqa and Catawba
Old Rye and Bourbon Whisky,
For Medical Purposes ;
Together with all other articles usually
kept in a Drug Store.
B. Physician' Prescriptions carefullv
r.aton, August 23, 13G0. ly
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
.Vam street, 1 rfoorj west of Baron,
HUH Milt :H
by the barrel or otherwise,
All kinds of
BREAD & CAKES
Balls, Parties, Pic Nics
Furnished fresh from the Oven, on
(he shortest notice possible.
W A N T E D,
PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS,
For which the highest market price
will be paid.
August 23, 1800. 3m.
TIN-WARE AND STOVES I
rriHE subscriber would call the attention of
jL bis old friends and customers to bis
present Stock of excellent
of every variety usually kept in Tin Shops.
He also keeps constantly on hand the la
test and most approved patterns of
COOKING & PARLOR STOVES,
all of which be will sell as low as can be pur
chased elsewhere in the county.
He is also prepared to attend to all orders for
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
on reasonable terms. The work warranted.
WkAH orders for Repairing attended to
on short notice; nnd 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.
Katou, August 23, 1SG0. tf
A. A. SEIBERT,
KEEPS constantly on hand and for sale
all kinds of
Heavy and Light, Double and Single,
ALSO A FIXE LOT OF
BUGGY AND WAGON WHIPS,
and all articles usually kept in a Harness
Maker Shop. tPguSho'p on Baron street, 2
doors Nurth of J. P. Brookins A Son's drug
N. B. Old Carriages repaired nnd rc-trim-med,
on short notice, and in good stvle.
Eaton, August 23, 18G0. tf
Eaton Stone Work
PHILLIP KUHN & CO.,
Dealers in all kinds of
SUCH us Door and Window Sills, Caps,
Strintj Courses, dc, Porticos any length
or width. Also water Tables, Itaugo n ork,
Flagging, Milk Troughs out of solid rock,
Door Steps, Ac. Also on hand best class of
Building Stone for cellars and walls, Paving
Stone ko. Having a large stock of Cut Stent
on hand, they are prepared to fill all orders
at a low rate for cash.
Shop at Eaton Rail Road Depot.
Auynsl 211. li'. tf
G O lu I !
Clocks & Watctes,
CUT LEU Y,
Musical Instrtments 1
Has just received a large splendid stock of
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry
a s i
His stork of WATCHES consist-', in pari of
line (iold and Silver Lngli.) Levers, luplr,
and Cylinder Escapement, and the justly
A splendid inwortiiifnt of
of all the varions nyles and prices, (tuia lL
most celebrated manufactories.
CAMEO JEW ELY '.
Oold-Stonc, Masonic. A Mourning, Or
ticlian, Pearl, Emcr-ald, (.tarn at,
turquois.Jotand (.'lus-ZVter-Set treat
Pins, Ear and Finger Rings, Gold,
Coral, Jet, Bone and Pair Wristlets, Gold
Pens and Silver Holders, Gourd Fob Bnd
Vest Chains, Shirt Studs, Ladies Gold Neck
Chains, Tooth Picks Guard Hooks, Gold,
Silver and Wooden Pencils, Ladies and Gents
Shawl Pins, Willow and Leather Work Bas
kets, Fancy Glass and Wooden Boxej, Tor
Watches, Gold and .let Crosses,
SI'OO N S ,
Butter Knives, Brittnnia Lamps, Sealing
Wax, SLEEVE BUTTON'S, Coat Links, Toy
Smoothing Irons, Pocket Knives, Kazors,
Gun Caps, Coral, Amber. Jet, Glass, Sulin,
Bugle nnd Wax Bends, China, Zinc and
Wooden Toy Uishes, India Hubbcr, Tin aud
Willow Battles, Stilettoes, Crochet Needle.
Match Boxes, India Bubber Dolls and Doll
Heads, Cigar Cases, Tobacco and Snuff Box
es, Sun Glasses, Hutcher Knives. Pocket
Yard Slicks, Spaying Needles, Dutch Pipes,
Small Fancy Scented Baskets, Slate Pencils.
Terra Cottaand China Vases, fYcnch Lith
ographic Prints ; Gilt Moulding for Picture
Frames, Tele-copes, Spectacles, Goggles,
JUIIIIOUIS, 1 UZ7.1-
in if 14! mra 1 a v FJTV
itings, rpy mass
Fools-Cup and Commercial Note Paper,
Puzzling Maps, Pop Guns, Fishing Rods,
Heels, Lilies and hooks, Candlesticks, Snuff
ers, Tapers, Hair Brushes. Pocket, Puff, Side,
Neck, Fine and Tuck Combs, Shirt Buttons,
Wafers, Seals, Horse Fleams ; Port Monies,
Razors, Cologne, Hair Oils, Essence Ex
tracts, Curtain Bands and Knobs, Readv Ref
erence Files, Bankers Wallets, Money 'Bells,
Razor Stropcs, Toy
KNIVES & FORKS
Carvers Salt Spoons Sugar Tongs, fusters,
Button Hole Scissors, Tweezers. Lamp Scis
sors, Steel Pens, Pocket Books, Soup, Com
passes, Watch Chains, Kevs, Toys, Ralls, Ac
V-sA Guitars, Banjos. Aecordiotis,
rT?lvFlutiuiis, Music Boxes, Tambou
Xijjprincs, Clarioncts,Flutcs, Piecalos
Files, Flageolets, French and Jews Harps,
Tuning Forks, Preceptors, .Strings, Screw?,
a.c. 1 o inc udovc large and varied asf ort
JUST BEEN ADDED :
M o u s
T r a p (,
D i pe rs,
W a iters,
ncrs,Mcat lust pans
Forks, Wad Cutlers. Ram roil Tin. WmU
Tube Wrenches. Shot Charges, Skatcs.Mince
.Meat Cutters, Uleacbing Brushes,
isutiirs Writing fluid, and
JaL Jllacknina; Slates, Spool
Stands. Whisker Hiu.-hes, Shov
els nnd Tongs, flotlies Pins, Slaw Cutlers,
Hutid Brooms or Whiks Spies Boxes, Pep
per do., India Rubber Drinking Cups, Spring
Balances, Dog Chains, I'alclt Boxes and Pa
per Dolls, and a ho .-l of other Notions which
lie bus not time or room to enumerate.
Co free JIM, Screic Drivers.
Luther's Shears, Scribe Awls,
BONNET PINS. NEEDLE CASES,
Sand Paper, Carpet Tacks,
BED AND TABLE CASTERS,
If A NDLED A UGEIl BITS,
Paper Furniture, for Children,
He solicits, all those who are in tearch of
anything in his line, to give him a call.
Citon. August ;n. i f;o. tf
Sad Iron W ' i flNMS