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The Common Lot.
BY JAMES MONTGOMERY.
Otoe, In the flight of ftgct, f nst,
There lived a man, and who was he?
Mortal I howe'er thy lot bo cast,
That man resembled thee.
Unknown the region of his birth
The land in which he died unknown;
Hi name has perished from the earth,
This truth survives alone:
That joy, and grief, and hope, and fear
Alternate triumphed in his breast;
His bliss and woe a smile, a tear 1
Oblivion hides the rest
Tho bounding pulse, tlie languid limb,
The changing spirit'a rise and fall,
We know that these were felt by him,
For these are felt by all.
Re suffered but his pangs are o'er;
Enjoyed but his delights are fled ;
. Had friends his friends are now no more ;
And foes his foes are dead.
Ho loved but whom he loved the grave
Hath lost in its unconscious womb;
0, she was fuirl but naught could save
Her beauty from the tomb.
He saw whatever thou has seen;
Encountered all that troubles thee ;
He was whatever thou hast been ;
He in whut thou shall be.
The rolling seasons, day and night,
Sun, moon and stars, the earth and main,
Ere while his portion, life and light,
To him exist in vain.
The clouds and sunbeams, o'er Lis eye
Thtt once their shades and glory threw,
nave left in yonder silent sky
No vestige where they flew.
The annals of the human race,
Their ruins, since the world began,
Of him afford no other trace
Than this there lived a man I
Shall the Majority Rule.
8hall the majority rule?
This is now one of the momen
tous question which the people have
to decide in the ensuing Presiden
tial election. It is an undoubted
fact, which every sensible and can
did man will admit, that a vast ma
jority of the people of the whole
United States are opposed to hav
ing Abraham Lincoln for next
President. Not only are the South
ern States unanimously and reso
lutely opposed to such a contingen
cy, but a large majority of the peo
ple in the Northern States prefer a
national to .1 sectional President.
If the Republican party were, un
fortunately for the welfare and hap
piness of the nation, to secure in
electing Lincoln to the Presidency,
nieh. a calamitous result would be
attained only by accident by the
division of the friends of the con
stitution and union as formed and
left by the fathers of the Republic,
1 . 1 1 .1 . !i , l"
WHO constitute me vubi Majority 01
the entire neonle. The Republi
can party would obtain the power
to put in practice its unconstitu
tional and revolutionary doctrines,
and satisfy its unholy, unpatriotic
desires, by means of the votes oj a
minority of the citizens in one section
of the Virion. This fact alone is
etartling and ominous to contem
plate. It is dangerous to tho perpetuity
of any Government for its powor to
be centralized to a great extent, or
to be mostly drawn from all points
to the centre, and administered
therefrom : and it ia ten thousand
time more dangerous, particularly
in a democratic republic, for the
government to deprive all its sup
port from, and execute all its pow
ers for the pleasure or benefit of,
one section of the whole. History
does not give us a single instance
in which this policy has not brok
en up and caused the distraction of
couiouenicies just as mucn oounu
together by mutual ties as ours ; and
there is nothing in the character of
our people to justify with them so
dangerous an experiment, that has
proved fatal to others. A more sec
tional, unjust and dangerous rule
than that of the Republicans under
Lincoln, it would be difficult to im
agine. T It remains to be seen whether
tie people of the United States
Sirtieularly of the North and
orthwest, with whom the question
rests are determined to peril their
existence as a nation and their hap
piness and prosperity, for the grat
ification of a senseless prejudice
against tho Southern members of
the Union. We hope, trust and
believe they are not.
!."Contemptible sore heads,"
is the derisive term applied by the
Republican organ grinders to some
of the members of their own party,
who feel disposed to disobey the
central dictation. It certainly is
not complimentary, nor nice ; for
"it is a dirty bird that befouls its
jgjJ'Sco here my friend, you are
drunk." "Drunk! to be sure I am,
and have been for the last three
years. You see my brother and I
are on the temperance mission.
lie lectures, while I set a frightful
: gallon. J. Young Brown, a
young member of Congress, was
married a few days since to Miss
Rebecca Dixon, daughter of Gover
nor Archie Dixon, ex-United
States Senator, ic, a beautiful,
wealthy and accomplished young
Little or Nothing.
Motto for fast yoqng menmoot and
drink.- , . , . ;
Children progress very rapidly often
at a spanking pace. , i -.
......Money is the root of all evil particn-
.Wanted bv a fast young man, a puck
ering string for the curtain of night.
At what season wore Adam and Eve
most unhappy iu Eden? Iu the FalL
Victims of faro bunks must allow
that gamblers have very win-some ways.
Tho only share that love has in most
fashionable marriages is their Cupid-ity.
The only State of the Union ruled
over by a special Providence Rhode Island.
Wanted, the knife with which a man
cut on acquaintance, and a kernel of a grain
When have married people passed
through the alphabet of love? When they
reach the ba-be.
Many a sweetly-fashioned mouth has
been disfigured and made hideous by the fie
ry tongue within it.
A gentleman, remarking thnt he wish
ed to jret some base voices for a Club, was
advised to get a club for the base voices.
I do doclair, Lib, you're pretty enough
to eat." "Well, deor Charles, ain't 1 eating
as fast as Icon,' replies Lib, with her mouth
Since women oflen full through their
affections, love must affect the brain, making
them dizzy, not the heart, as is usually sup
posed. "A bad wife," says an old nuthor, "is
confusion, weakness, discomforture, and des
pair." Dad enough, is it not, good, ould
.It is said more misery, present and to
come, can be compressed "into alnnrringe
ceremony thnn into any other space ot a
Whv is n Toun? lndv nrennrntnrr to
dressing in her crinoline, like a flour barrel ?
Because the hoops have to be raised before
the head will go in.
Give the devil his due. Ccrtninlv,
says a cotcmpoJarv; but it is better to have
no'denlinps with the devil, and then there
will be nothing due him.
The advantage of ignorance Men
have gained immortality by writing; but
those who cannot write are sure to make
their mark in the world.
Acotemporarr speaksof "the graceful
figures of childhood." Blinkins snvs that
the figures at the bottom of child-hood's shoe
clothing bills arc not so graceful.
Don't be in too great a hurry, girls, to
lull in love witn die young men. It otten
happens that your hearts arc no sooner theirs
than theirs arc no longer yours.
If you want to have a man for a friend
never incur the ill will of his wife, Public
opinion depend, in a great measure, on the
average prejudices of woman-kind.
An allicted husband whs returning
from the funeral of his wifo, when a friend
asked him how he felt. "Well," said he, pa
tlietieallv, '! think I feel the better for that
"What is the mcanine of backbiter ?"
asked a person at a Sundav-Sbhool examina
tion. This was a puzzler. It went down the
class until it came to a simple urchin, who
said : "Perhaps it be a flea ! '
Romantic young girls, of disappointed
bachelors, who have an idea of drowning
themselves, would confer a favor on the cor
oner and undertaker bv leaving their effect
on shore- Dunk bills are seldom improved
a leiiow remarKea lately that lie
would like to know what there was about
mush and milk thnt could bloat a man up
so soon. lie said lie could never eat more
than three or four quarts without feeling con
siderably swollen. Quite 'stonishing.
"The clouds begin to break," said
Ilnrriet, during yesterday's rain. She was
quite impatient for an "opportunity to go
"Just so," was the answer, ns the speaker
glanced from the window ; "they leak bad
enough to be sure."
If the o'd maids do not marry this
year, whose fault will it be? We know of
some who remind us of drinking sour milk
out of a broken mouthed pitcher ; voice like
the sweet accents of a scissor grinder's shar
pener, and hair as red as our whiskers. But
we say to them it's leap year, don't ties pair.
The Mount Gilead Sentinel rather
gets the editor of the Messenger. Tho Sen
tinel says: The Messenger man says we
use an "inferior quality of dog leg tobacco."
He's a competent witness on that point, as
we hrve kept him in that article ever since
he came to town. Having had to buy for
two, we couldn't afford to U6e the best, but
if he'll quit begging from us, we'll try to im
prove our "cud. 1
FALL & WINTER
Received direct from New York and
WE are in receipt of a very large and
well assorted stock of foreign and do
131 Y GOODS,
Boots, Shoes, Carpets, Hard
Carriage Trimmings, ftc, ftc.
Our Goods are purchased exclusively for
Cash, 4 in many cases of the manufactnro
Our long experience in the trnde and our
laciiuics lor purchasing where Goods are
will be our guarantee that while wa sell nn
Goods higher, and a very large portion
our uooas are soia dciow tne
Please give us a call and satisfy yoursfves
colore purcnasing elsewhere. -
C. VANAUSDAL k CO,
Eaton. Sept. 20, 186" -tf
THE subscribers wpuld respectfully an
nounce to the citizens of baton ana vi
cinity, that tney may be found at tne om
stand, three doors west of C. Vanausdal 4
Co'e Store, ready to wait on them whenever
they may need any thing in their line. They
intend to keep constantly on hand, a good
which they will sell at wholesale or retail,
Cheap for Cash.
Job Work, such as Tin Roofing, Eve
Troughs, Valley Conductors, 4c., executed
on short notice, and
Warranted to give Entire Satisfaction.
done with neatness and dispatch.
I hey 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 natronize ECKEL 4 COCHRAN.
P. S. All persons indebted to the firm of
lickc . riorums to. whether on note or
book account, are requested to call immedi
ately, and settle the same with Eckel 4 Coch
ran, as the boons win be leit in ineir nanus
for collection. ECKEL, HOPKINS, & CO.
August 23, 18(50. tf
roa Tiir. cubs or paix
IN THE STOMACH, BACK, AND BOWELS,
nurnii, Brultr, f'utu and Hweltl, folic,
Diarrhea anil Kheumnilarai Ilamliieur,
Toothache, Earache, I j epepila, Weak
U ream, I.lver Complaint. (Ji ueral !
blllty, I'ever and Ane, (tanker or
tjor .Month, Tulrld HoreTliroat,
Weak Eyes, Hplne and Kid
nrr Dlitenne, Old Snrc,
Couch and Cold.
Mitssns. A. L. Scoviu. k Co.,
Got is. .Your favor of
the lit inat., making inqui
ries in regard to sales of
Da. Baker's I'm Faxicea,
and satisfaction it has given
purchasers, is received.
Would say in regard to
sale", that we have received
from you since 1857, 4804
Dozen's of the Panacea.
pn- We know of uo
MEDICINE that is appli
cable to so MANY DIS
EASES that has GIVEN as
TION AS THIS, and SUS
TAINED SO HIGH A REPUTATION.
We have sold it, subject to the warrantee,
nml parties who have used it, will hav it,
and will not be without it in their families.
BOLLE9, SMITH A CO.,
No. 121 Lalic St., Cuicaoo, III., Oct. 8, 1853.
GIVES IMMEDIATE RELIEF IN
Tasinco, Darke Co., 0., Nov. 13, 1857.
XIksshs. A. L. Scoviu, 4 Co.,
Gents.: I am Induced by a sense of justice
tn state lo you thnt I had a case in my family
of extremc'siekness. lly wife was tcverely at
tacked pith Bilious Colic. We hatl the oiimif
miM of a gwi phisician, but could get no relief.
We administered Dr. Bakkb's PAIN PANA
CEA, and it produced the desired effect. Since
that we have hod occasion to use it for Pain
in the breast, and for Fever and Ague, and it
alway cured. 1 consider it ono of the best
medicines. WILLIAM WILLIS.
DIARRHEA AND PAIN IN
Caiitiiack, Hamilton Co., 0., Nov. J5, 1853.
Dr. 0. R. Baker,
Much Esteemed Friend: I have bad a
severe atlnrk of Diarrhea, attended wilh severe
griping pains, and was reduced very low. I
tried ninny different medicines, but all to no
purpose, until I got a bottle of your Pain
1'nnacen, and commenced its u"c. The first
done put a quietus nn the griping pains, and
hud not used two twentv-tivc
before I was entirely cured.
I also recom-
mended tt to a Incnd,
who wns at.'neked with
eromp colic, and suffering with excruciulii'g
pains, and three doses entirely cured him.
W". D. BAKKY.
Pkattsvim.k, Vinton Co., 0., Aug. !, 1851.
Dr. 0. P., Baker,
Dear Sir: I have this dnv sold the last
bottle of Pit. BAKER'S PAIN PANACEA.
I should have written to you sooner, but not
expecting to sell the good supply I hod on
hand. During the last week, however, my
sales have been four times as lurge as any
week since I have had your invaluable medi
cine, and the demand is still increasing. I
have never sold a medicine that sustained so
iak'h a reputation. The Lung Fever, Cholera
Siorbus, Cholera Infantum, Bilious Colic,
Cramp Colic, and Flux, have been very prev
alent in this vicinity the past season, and
the Pain Panacea has not failed to cure in
everv instance where it has been tried, so far
as I hove beard. Please seud me a large
supply as soou as possible. .
Very respcetl'ullv, yours,
il. i, STODDARD.
A SUPPOSED CANCER CUBED I
Messrs. A. L. Scovii.l k Co. Otnts. . Mr.
Elisha Bradley, of Bath Co., Ky., hod on his
hand a vert bad swellinu, which he thought
txci-RAOLK, having been there for years. He
also had on his cheek bone, what he supposed
to be a CANCER, and could obtain no relief
until he used Dr. Baklb's Paik Pahacia,
which cired him of that disease, and also the
swelling ou his hand. This medicine is
thought so much of that evkry family in our
neighborhood, keep it constantly on hand. In
fact, it is the but medicine for the diseases it is
recommended for, that we can get.
It. A. CALDWELL.
Wroxisa, October 25th, 1858.
Dr. Baker's Fain Panacea Valuable
for Horses as it is for Man.
Messrs. A. L. Scoviti k Co. Qcnts.t
During the last winter, most all the horses in
our vicinity were subject to Scratches. Hav
ing had on hand onlv two or three dozen'
botlles of Dr. Baker's Pain Panacea, in a few
days I sold the entire lot, and could have sold
much more, if 1 had had them, to my neigh
bors for that purpose. Ik no cask has it
failed to cimR. It l also indispensable in
our neighborhood as a family medicine, for
the various diseases for which It is recom
mended ; and I will say that I have sold it
for tears, waooantiko it, and B1VC iot HAD
a smoLS ottlk returned. It is the rest
MEDicixi roa TBI kumkbous diseases uncos
UEX0ED, THAT 1 havs etee sold.
Haoeisyilli, Bracken Co., Ky., Oct. 21, 1S58.
For sale by the Proprietors,
A. L. SCOVILL & CO.,
No. 11 West Eighth Street, Cincinnati.
Furniture and Chair Factory.
RICHMOND & HARSHMAN,
Keep always on hand a large stock of ,
Which thev will sell at the lowest rates. r
Wooden and Metallic Coffins always
B& Undertaking prompt' ctfended tn
Eaton, AnjTJrt?! I860. ' .f .
Blood Purifier and Blood Ms!
When Dr. Bobaclc. the celebrated Swedish
Physician, introduced his Blood Purifier and
Blood Pills in the United States, he set forth
in plain language their curative properties.
This was years ago. The task of recom
mending them has since been taken out oj
his hands. Enlightened men whose charac
ter for sound judgment and philosophy, gives
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 use ol these
wonderful Preparations. All who confide in
the wisdom and honesty of this class, or who
chose to investigate for themselves are now
of one mind on this important subject
nr. itouacn invites tho attention oi uic
sick to the , ,
OBIOINAL LETTERS, .
from mcmberaf nf. the Medical Profession,
Editors of puWicJSrnals, well known Mer
chants and Fii' . A, and Ladies of the high
est respcctabili?4iiyivinir accounts of extra
ordinary cures wrought by the remedies, of
which cures they themselves were
These parties may be consulted personally
or by letter, by those who have any doubt
upon the subject iho evidence in the pos
session of Dr. Roback, which is at all times
accessible to the public, establishinz the fol
That tho Blood Purifier and Blood Pills
have been proved by analysis to
COXTAIN NO MINERAL,
That tliey 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 sice females,
who have languished for years in helpless
weakness and despondency, recuperate with
ercut mnulity tinder their liivicorntine oper
ation. That all sexual disabilities are re
moved by their cordial and gentle stimulating
properties. 1 hat they 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 thedis'
ease in the blood they
CAUSE BOON TO HEAL,
and discharge from the system, every taint
of ocroluln, whether hercaitnry or otherwise.
That they rbcwit the debilitated,
and that there is no disease of the Stomach
and Bowels, the Liver and Nervous System,
the Skin. Glands or Muscles,
arising from impurities or obstructions oj
the blood or secretions,
in which they do not give prompt reli'f, and,
(if administered before the very citadel of
life has been invaded,) effect a painless and
Bear in mind that the Scandinavian Veset
able Blood Pills are endorsed by the experi
ence ot thousands ot living witnesses, who
in letters, aflidavits, medical works and by
word of month, proclnim them to be the very
best preparation of the kind ever ofl'ercd to
the broken down victims of ill health. They
hunt disease through every avenue and or
gnn of the system, and expel it thoroughly
No one can doubt their superiority after
one single trial they arc not onlv better but
in fact, cheaper than any other Pills, for it
takes a less number ol them to produce
Price of the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood
Purifier, if 1 per bottle, or $5 per half dozen.
Ul the Scandinavian Vegetable Wood 1 ills,
25 cents per box, or 5 boxes for $1
Read Dr. Roback's Special Notices and
Certificates, published in a conspicuous part
of this Paper trom time to time.
Dr. Roback's Medical Almanac and Fami
ly Adviser, contain" a great variety of inter
esting and valuable Medical information, can
be had gratia ot any ot bis Agents through
out the country.
In difficult or complicated Cases, Dr. Ro
back may be consulted personally or by let
ter enclosing one stamp lor the reply.
Principal office and sales rooms, No,
East Fourth Street, 3d building from Main
Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Laboratory No. 82
For snle in Preble county by J. B. Brook
ins Son, taton; a. M. Kichcv, .Now 1'ans
D. B. Loutzenhisor, New AVestville; Jas
Hoover, Lewisburg ; Murray & Bernard
Morning Sun; A. Sterling, Eldorado; S.
Degginger, Fair Haven; J. H. Bohn, Cum
den; Leas & Nishwoncer, West Sonora ; R
Lakey, Enterprise; L. Cline, New Hope
Station; Joel Lesh, Whcatville; Joseph Da
vis, West Alexandria and by Druggists and
Merchants generally throughout the Union
August 16, ISO". 6m
Wholesale fc Retail dealer in
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE,
Liquors, Wines, c.
Main Street, North side, near the Bridge,
Keeps always on hand a fine stock of
. Coffee, Tea, Spices, Candles,
FRUITS, NUTS, CANDIES,
FLOUR, MEAL, VEGETABLES,
MUSTARD, BAK1JNU fUWUliUa,
Wooden and Willow Wares,
Cigars and Snuff, Vinegar,
Brooms, Brushes, and Blacking,
And a host of other articles, too numerons
to mention. He keeps the very best assort
ment ot Everything usually keptin a family
Grocery, which ho is determined to sell as
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST!
l,The public ar 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 INDIANA,
- D,,W- GARY, Proprietor,
fTlIlAVE'LERS will find pleasant accommo-
X dahone at this house, terms reasonable,
i i i '
IEXRLT Ml DISUSES ORIGINATE WTl V
Whtn the liver is diseased the Bile oeeomes
Impure, and tends tn derange tha whole sys
tem. This impure Bile being thrown into
tht Itomaeh, causes bad taste in the outh,
the Tonga being more or less furred, with,
in most oaMi, disiinau and pain in the head.
The Bile then passes from the Stomach into
COSTIVENESS, UNHEALTHY HUMORS,
IMPPAB 8TATB OF THE BLOOD,
and tends to close the pores of the skin, which
organ becomes dry and husky. It also tends
tolmpair the action of
i will be seen by the color and quantity of
VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS
will promote a healthy
action of tht Liver, and
will change this impure
Bite to a healthy state.
To prevent or remove the
secretion of unhealthy
bile, these Fills have a
speoifle action on the
Liver; after using them,
the tongue will become
smooth and clean, the
taste will become natu-
ral.and digestion be rendered easy. The Pains
in the Head, Baok, and Stomach, will be
removed. The Bowels will beoome cleansed
and regular, THE BLOOD PURE AM)
HEALTUY, and the Urine natural.
Although these Pills are most searching
In their action upon the whole system, y at
they art harmless, even for the- most dell
eat system, as they contain no Mercury
or mineral in any form, but are composed
entirely of vegetable substances.
II7ER COMPLAINT CUBED.
Indianapolis, Ocfo&er 12, 1858.
Msssai. A. li. Bcoviu. k Co.
Gents.: I am hardly able to ex
press my gratitude for tho benefit which my
dnuKhter has derived from tho use of Dr.
Bott's Liver Pills. She had been troubled
with what the physician called Liver Com
plaint; but our doctor failed to give her any
permanent relief, although she tried his pre
scriptions effectually. She had become mel
ancholy, unhappv, and her constitution was
much broken down by the mo of Heronry.
She tried Dr. Mott's Liver Pills, and soon
began to fret bottor. I am happy to sy that
sho has now entirelv recovered bor health.
v JAMES COBB.
UantXA, Ohio, September 25, IMS.
Msssas. A. Ii. Si-oviu. A On.
Gents. : I have bn troubled with
a torpid action of Iho bowels for x or seven
years, whieh has been the enuwi of a (tr.-iit
deal of suUcring to me, and I had l" di prive
mynelf of many kinds of fond, and used nimrh
ootmenl, etc., until 1 got Dr. Mott's Liver
Pills, and find thnt they keep my bowel
regular, and I now cat aiivthing thnt my
r:.. A 1 . Ui.n,tiinnti.l
IHIUIiy UWB. A II11.BI. nrHHWUHj , .
these Tills to those who are troubled wilh
constipation of the bowel.
Truly yours, JOIIS FLEMING.
CmnaiDait, Im, Feb l, 1858.
Mrssns. A. h. Scovili. & Co.
GenO.: Thi it to certify that I have
nsed Dr. Mott's Liver Pills in bilious attacks,
and found them to be the best l'ills that 1
ever used for that purpose j and I have also
used them as aCathartte Medicine, and buve
found but little use for a Physician since 1
had them in my family.
Yours, truly ASA FRENCH.
DYSPEPSIA, OR INDIGESTION'.
ThiB is generally attended wilh sourstoniarh,
loes of appetite, nausea, flatulency, heart
burn, cosliveness, heat in the stomach when
empty, a pain iu tho nide, paleness of the
eouuteunnce, languor, low spirits, disturbed
sleep, pains in the head, Ac.
SPRiMrm.n, Ohio, July 1, 1859.
Mcssas. A. L. 6covili. 3c Co.
Gents.. I hnve found Dr. Mott's
Liver Pills one of the bejt medicine for
Dyspepsia that I ever used. I had been
lllictcd with the disease for more than six
months, and my victuals disturbed my
stomach, often to such a degree as to cause
vomiting. I was most of the tiino costive.
I found that the Pills kept my bowels open,
without griping or pain. I have actually
gained in weight, since using them, being
ten pounds heavier thnn when I commenced.
I owe my cure solely to ue of I be l'ills.
BILIOUS FEVER CUBED.
l'oiiTSBODTH, Ohio, April 1, 1858.
JIcssrs. A. Ii. Scovill k Co.
Gents..- have been, foryenrs, ub
ject to attacks of Bilious Fever; aud some
time I have been luid up for months, and
my system left in a feeble state by the uk of
strong medicine, which was giveu to me by
I have been using Dr. Mott's Liver Pills
for some time. I find that I can break those
attack in a day or so, and escapo entirely
the fever. My daughter had an attnek of
Dyspepsia, which distressed her much ; she
could not eat scarcely onything without be
coming nauseated at her stomach continually.
Some time since she got and has been using
Dr. Mott's Liver Pills, and ho tow is like
another being. I have found also that they
aro the most valuable Till for Breaking up
Colds, Headache, Pains in the Side and Back.
I would not bo without, them in mv fntnily.
For ale by the Proprietors,
A. I. SCOVILL & CO.,
Ko. 12 Test Eighth Street, Cincinnati
Still in the Field!
TVE has iust returned from tho "Queen
XX City" with a large and varied stock
Cloths, Cassimcrcs, Ttcccds, Vesting.,
and a large lot of
which he offers to his numerous customers,
at as low rates as can be bought anywhere
86TA11 kinds of Custom. Work made to
order, on the shortest notice.
The pnblic are invited to call at his old
stand, opposite the "National Hotel," and
examine his stock
Come along, come along, make no delay :
Come from every hamlet and village by the
way;. , ' ' '
Come and buy the cheapest Clothes that ever
- you did wear, ' .
All warranted to fit yon neat, and to neither
' rip or tear.
Eaton, August 23, 1860. ly -
Eaton Tan jar d.
THE undersigned will pay the highest
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 ol Kip and Calf skins,
Sole, Harness and Bridle Leather.
. MARTIN REIIFUSS.
Eaton, An-iist 23, 186?. tf
i ' WITH BOOKS. '
Announcement to Book 'Buyersi
Owing to the immense patronage bestowed
upon the , . - . .,
' : " '"'OF THE '":'f ''
Gift Book Enterprise,
. Established In 1854, by
By the teeming Millions of the West and
South, we have leased the spacious and ele
gant store, 28 West Fourth street,
CINCINNATI, : : Ohio.
. By sending all orders for Books to
A, A- KELLEY,
TOO WILL 8AV8 TIME AND EXPENSE.
We ask those who have been patronizing
Eastern Gift Book Establishments to give us
one trial. Our inducements to Agents arc
greater than any other Gift Book Establish
ment in the world; we guarantee perfect sat
isfaction to all who may favor us with an or
der. For every club of Ten Books, one extra
book and Gift will be given.
One trial will satisfy all of the liberality of
our system. .
All who want Books should send
to the Headquarters of '
A. A. KELLEY,
riiopniETon of the oldest and most
Gift Book Establishment
In. The World,
NO. 28 WEST FOURTH ST,
SOLD AT PUBLISHERS' LOWEST PRICES
WORTH FROM FIFTY CT8. TO $100,00,
Given with each Book,
We will furnish any book published, and
nnw in nrinf tha rnfnil nrieA rtf wlilh la
...... ... y t " y ,
III DO. nr morp. at nublinber nrioo. flcenm-
il , - r. - ,
panied with a splendid gift, worth from fifty
cents to one hundred dollars.
Money may bo sent at our risk, provided il
is enclosed in tne presence oi tne rostmastcr,
aim rcgisivrcu uccurumg iu nin.
To whom greater inducements aro offered
thnn 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
AS ELEGANT SILK DRESS PATTERS,
A SET OP CORAL JEWELRY,
VALUABLE GOLD WATCH,
A GOLD BRACELET,
Or, some other nrticlo of value.
Send for n classified catalogue of Books,
which is sent free to any address.
If you wish prompt attcntton and honora
ble dculing, address all orders for Hooks to
PUBLISHER AND ORIGINATOR OF THE
GIFT BOOK ENTERPRISE,
No. 28 West Fourth Street,
September C, 18G0. 3-,1m
Carriage & Biiggj
HENRY RES LER,
Cherry St., between Main $ Somers,
HAVING recently purchased . the entire
interest in the above establishment,
and having in his employ some nf the Mutt
Axpertenred ft orkihen in the Mute, is now
prepared to' furnish, on the shortest notice,
SPUING WAGONS, tfc, $c,
of the neatest latest and most approved styles
EffAAll work done up to order, in the very
oest styie, ana warranted to ue oi tne
and will be sold as low as can be bought any
where in the West.
All 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,
l,He respectfully invites all to call and
examine bis stock on hand, and be satisfied
that he will give them good bargains.
Eaton, Aognst 23, 1860. tf
Type and Stereotype Foundry
Vint street beticeen Fourth and Fifth,
CINCINNATI. ' : : : : Ohio.
R. ALLISON, Supt.
Manufacturers and dealers jn
NEWS, BOOK AND JOB TYPE.
T)RINTINO Presses, Cases, Oallies, Ac,
X Ink and rnnting Materials of every de
scription. Stereotyping of all kinds, Books,
Music, Patent Medicine Directions; Jobs,
Wood Engravings, 4c, -,
Brands and Pattern Letters Various Stylet.
I&.Electrotyping in all its branches, ly
Saddles & Harness.
THE undersigned, at his old stand, West
oftbe Court House, Eaton, keeps on
hand a good assortment of , , .
Farm Harness, Collars, Buggy and
Wagon Whips, Carriage Harness
of all descriptions, 4o., which he offer to dis
pose of on the most reasonable terms.
. II. II. MARTIN.
Tslwn. Jbtpt V IT-' w
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT EATON, O.
Terms of Subscription.
One copy one year, (in advance)
Rates of Advertising.
One square (10 Unci) three weeks.. ....$1:08
une square one month..........
One square three months -
One square six months
One square one year....
J column one month..
column one month
: " . three months....
" six months
" one year ;.i..;..
1 column one month....
" three months
. " six months
" one year
No credit on advertising, except to yeerlr
customers, who are expected .to pay quarterly.
iue urivurKC ui leany Aaveruscn l
strictly limited to their own immediate busi
ness, and the business of an advertising lira
is not considered ai including that of its in
Advertisements, not marked on tht sopy
for a special number of insertions, will be
continued until ordered out, and payment
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
No yearly advertisements will be discon
tinued without previous notice to ns, nor will
any charges be made for less than one year
nt vearly rates.
All advertisements of public meetings,
speaking, fairs, fraternities, Ac, and all no
tices of private enterprises, or to promote
private interests, must be paid for. Where
the object is manifestly for the public good,
or for bcncvcTent purposes, the publisher will
deduct half of the advertising rate.
Obituaries and tributes of respect charged
fur at the rate of fifty cents for twelve liaee
and mi( bepaidjbr tchen handed in.
Regular advertisers and all others sending
communications or requiring notices design
ed to call attention to fairs, parties, concerts
or public entertainments where charges are
made for admittance, nil 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 la
at the discretion of the editor) the same will
be charged at the rate of not less than SO
cents per line.
Pay for advertisements duo when they are
left for insertion, and pay in adranet, 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.
EATON, : OHIO.
PUBLIC attention is reapectfully invite!
to this rutflhlirthninnt in tVm
that ample satisfaction will he given as re-
I . T - l Tk I- . .
isrun x jpuitrnpiiy, rress worx ana cnargee
to those who may require
Executed Cheaply and Neatly,
The materials all of whieh art
Having been selected with great tart,
will be found to emhraee
erything requisite to the tx
culion of any
Variety or Style of Printing,
With the utmost expedition and at
short notice. v e ore aula at an
times, to print
EXPEDITIOUSLY & CHEAPLY,
every description t
BILLHEADS, 4c, 4c.
It is our intention to do every description)
of work at
SUCH LOW RATES,
As will enable every one, no matter how
smalt the extent of his bnsiuess or how limi
ted his means, -
TO MAKE A TRIFLINMUTLAY
In this most invaluable method of
making his businessthor
EVERY BUSINESS MAN
needs something in the way ef '
A Business Card or Circular,
Is almost indispensable. Those of our friends
who may feel disposed to give ns their pat
ronage, maybe assnred that no pains shall;
be spared on our part to serve their interests
promptly. 8SJ"TERMS CASH.
Livery, Sale and Feed Store.
WOULD announce to his friends and the
public, that be has just taken the old
stand, recently occupied by William C. Deem,
and re-opened a Livery Stable, where he will
be pleased to accommodate all who may wish
to hire Horses, Buggies, ele., on reasonable
terms. Stable Room and Feed for Horses of'
travellers, farmers, Ac, also afforded. , Tb
patronage of the public is respectfully tolM
il. August HI, 180.