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ThoreVMmewhat on my breast, fathel-j
There's somewhat on my brcastl
The livonjj dayl nighj father n
At night I can not rest
1 ean ivotthke my rest, father, .... , - ,
Though I would fain do so to,
A weary weight opprcsscth me -
lis weary weight of woe ! '
" ' "- -
Tia not tbo lack of gold father,
Nor lack of worldly gear;
My lauds are broad aud fair to see,
My friends arc kind and dour;
My kin ore lual and true, father,
They mourn to see my grief,
But oh ! 'tin not a kinsman's hand
Cuh giro my heart relief I
'Tit not that Janet's fulsC, father,
"lis not that she's uukiud,
Though basy flutteraj's swarm around,
I know hcrconstnnt mind: '
'Tis not her coldness, father,
That chills my laboring breast
It's that confounded cucumber
I've ate and enn't digest!
Copy a Blot.
Motlicr who of all the big boy
should you like for niu to pattern '!
asked it little boy who was looking
round for a good example.
"Who (should you think?" asked
his mother, "you know the big
boys better than I do." The little
hoy thought, then he iid : "There
Dun Parker he swears, Tom Jones,
he's got a horrid temper; Sam .lay,
he sprees it;I!ill Parker, lie smokes;
Jim Wood, ho Iiatc-3 btudvi J oh
.Make, lie's cross; Charles t)oc, he
goes fishing on Sunday; Tyng, he
tells wlioppers. Mother there isn't
tine tlint il'I copy, I should not
copy a blot from.
"Oh, how the uglv blots in our
character stands. "out." "Well,"
said his mother, "there is one per
fect pattern.,' . "Who?" asked the
boy eagerly: "1 should love to
know iiini.'! . -i'The son of Uod,"
answered she : "who did lio sin.
ueillier was" guile found in his
mouth, nnd wlio left us an exam
ple that wesbould follow his steps."
Oh, children, God knew you would
need a person to pattern from!
l on could not copy bod because
he is a spirit! therefore ho sent
his son to become a child in this
world, to show you the pattern of
a heavenly boy, aud he wishes to
begin when a child to grow into
his likeness. In this character
there is no UJot no copy. lie is
it,. A young gentleman happen
lug to sit at church in a pew ud
ioiiur.tr one in which sat a vountr
lady for whom be had conceived i
violent passion, was desirous of en
'tering into courtship on the spot;
but the place not suiting a tormal
ilehiratiou, , the exigency of the
case suggested the following plan.
He politely handed his lair neigh
bor a bible, open, with a pin stuck
in the text : Second epistle of John,
"And now I beseech thee, lady,
not as though I wrote a new com
mandment unto thee, but that
which we had from the beginning
that we love one another."
She returned it, pointing to the
second chapter of Ruth, verse 10
"Then she fell on her lace, and
bowed herself to the ground, and
said unto him, why have I
grace in thine eves, and
BhouMst take notice of me
that 1 am a stranarer';"
Ho returned the book, pointing
to the twelfth verse of John III
"Having mnny things to write
unto you. I would not write with
p Ipcr fllld ink, but I trilPt to COlnO
into VOU, and Speak lace to lace,
that our joy may he full.'
From the above interview, a mar
riage took place the ensuing week.
A Hard Letter.
The following letter sava an
change, was sent by a mau to his
6011 nt college:
'My son : I write to send you two
pair of my old brooches, that you
may have a new coat made out of
iUicxii. Also, some new socks which
your mftthcr has just knit, by cut-'
ting down some of mine. Your
mother sends you ten dollars with
out my knowledge, and, for fear
vou will not use it wisely, I have!
kept hack half, and only send you
five. Your mother nud I arc well
except your sister has got the mea
sles, which we think would spread
amongst the other girls if Tom had
them before, and he is the only one
left. I hope you will do honor to
my teachings; if not, you arc, an
ass, and your mother and myself
your ailectionate parents."
The Cause of Imbecility.
One child in one thousand is an
imbecile. There are thirty thous
and in the United States. They
are so by ill made marriages, by
drunkenness of parents, by neglect
and ill-treatment, and sometimes
by medicine. Very little has ever
been done for them or thought pos
sible. But it is true that almost
all such children can be brought
up so a to gain sufficient mental
strength to.take.care of themselves,
accl be. so. measurably intelligent
and happy. ..The schools for imbe
ciles .iu-Jtan" baro hjsiwn (Ida.
The little "spark of mind they have
rnust l;Avatcliedand fanned, and
t)own by-4eg?ecs"-irrtoa "flume. ' It
may be done In a large majority of
caps, : fichcrpte feaJS'fQcently bceu
""ylTpmia and 5Tew York.
Little or Nothing.
r ."...Advice to a Tenor B natural '
l.'..;.In all the aspirations of this lifo, aim
The discontented man finds no easy
' ......Resignation is a sure grace among
officials. ' "' "
......What,s nil the world to a man when
his wife's n widow ? : .
...(.How to become.a real estate agent
marry a rich wife.
..'...:Said a conceited youug lady ' You
men are a covet-us-set." '
......Tie who constantly fishes for sprats
will never catch a whale.
The Empress of Knssia was safely de
livered of a Prince on l he lid. i
The great rock upon which all our
fortunes riso is "rock the cradle."
Ribbons of any kind should be wash-
cd in Cold soapsuds, and not rinsed. ;,
A bit of glue, dissolved in skim milk
and water, will restore rusty crape.
......A pood surgeon must have nn eagle'B
eye, a lion's heart, and a ladies hand.
A fashionably dressed woman, like a
ship in motion, has a graceful swell behind.
If falsehood paralyzed the tongue,
what a death like silence would pcrvndo so
ciety. . , ,
A gentleman is a human being, comb-
a w oman s tenderness with a man s
One penny a day will buy food in Chi
na sutliciont to enable u man to "live com
fortably." A Frenchman, seven feel eight inches
high, is stopping at the St. Charles Hotel,
"Madam, vour shawl is dragging in
tne mud." "Well, supporc it in, isu t it
The greatest pleasure iti the world is.
to do a good action by stealth nnd have it
tound out W accident.
nndiii, having made a fortune by
risking his neek. is now about to return to
Kurope to enjoy his money.
.Although I.vnn provides a greut
uiaiiv ladies Iinots ami Shoes, all the brogue-
Anns eoine from Ireland.
M'ers, the Iloustnn deer hunter, savs
he has killed six thousand deer in the last
nine tears on the IToustnn prairies.
A. New York paper says a "full even
ing drcs'G is a white cravat.'' This is still
more uiry than the Georgian costume.
.Ignorance nud conceit ure two of the
worst qualities to combat. It in easier to
dispute with a statesman than a blockhead.
Thore nu n talk most who are in the
greatest mental darkness frogs cense their
croaking when R light is brought to the water-side.
Sorrow comes soon enough without
despondency. It does n man no good tocar
rv around with him a lightning rod to ut
A negres, speaking of her children,
said of one who was lighter than the rest: "I
nebber could bear that 'or brat, knse he show
dirt so easy."
An Kx-Qorernor of Maryland has re
tired to a hermit's life tfn the woods, . deter
mined to pass the remainder of his days in
obscurity and poverty.
Many women are loved, not knowing it,
and many fancy they nrc loved wh'n they
are' not. These hittergencrally find out their
mistake after marriage.
B. F, Taylor speaks of the old cradle
red once wherein successively the young
navigators on the sen of life took passage
i tne lime pnoi ooai oi nuinaniiy,
A western editor says lie was taught,
when u boy. to refniin from gruniblingat two
things: the one, that which lie cauuot help,
and the oilier, that which he can.
Thire is more goodness in virtue,
kindness and cheerfulness of heart, limn in
till the cold, canling solemnity, that was ev
er put on as a mask of selfishness.
Vuwnrds of $2,000 was abstracted
fro,;: the pockets of different ' persons who
followed i!.C Triiii" of Wales to West Point.
Ladies were the jrincipM sufferers. .
...... It is worthy of not!;, thaf, while sec-
i.u.l tlioii"ht nre best in muT.rs Oi" Uldec-
! nient. fust thoughts are always to !,e juete:
; roJ 111 matters timt relate tu iroraluy.
There is or.o thing that goes a long
way to reconcile the people of this country to
the iufliclion that they have suffered in old
buck's administration the breed is extinct.
....It is said of the French ladies that
I their fondnoss for effect runs to snch excess
j that widows . tlmt havo lost their husbands
praetn?c nimuacs oi acspnir ueioro ino nnr
.The saying of a White Mountain
j stage driver to a New Yorkcrsitting with him
j ''I suppose if! went to New York I should
I gawk round just us you folks due up here,"
is not bad. , '
The reason why so many marriages
among the rich end unhappily is to be found
in the fact that they do not so much demand
that heart .should bent to heart ns that purse
should chink to purse.
......The most important lesson of life is to
know how to be happy with ourselves, when
home is our comfort, and all in it. Do not
repine nwav happiness by thinking thut
which is good may be better.
''Therein ho olacolike home!" said a
brainless fop tho oilier day to n pretty vonng
lady, "llo you really think so?'1 said the
vonng ladv. "Oh ves?" was the' reply.
"Then why don't you stay there?"
"So there's another corruption of Mt.
Vociferous," said Mrs. Partington, as she put
on her specks. "Tho papers tells us about
burning lather running down tho mountain,
but it don't tell how it got afire!"
The "jupon multiple" is tho name of
the latest invented J nns pctticont. Jt does
nway with hoops nnd crinoline, "supporting
itself by the harmonious and intelligent dis
position of the waves of muslin of w hich it is
composed." It can be "modified" or increas
ed at pleasure.
A small shop keeper in Chicago prof
fers his service to the pulilio as a letter writ
er. He guarantees his letters to "start
parents tear, establish the durability of
friend's affection, and awaken the full ecstu-
ey of a lover's hcrtrt.'V: Can anv letter wri
ter promise more? '
--'."' . . ' . " '
1 ......Several nice yoting gentlemen of this
place, went to the residence of a voutig dam
sel, the other night to give her a serenade,
Alter some; lftrfn the servant (toped nut, nnd
walking up to thejylm'sj, exclaimed;. "My
ftiond the folks are all alH: you Van t get
nt hr to n'ghtl"
! ." c r. ir rn 4-
1 .uii .e:u .Jt .b
Clocks & Watches
Musical InsWmerits !
.. a: 9 r
Hus just received a large fplendid slockof
i miLl.i fl'A.k.L t I. V j
His btock of WATCIIKS consists, in part of
line lioiil anil hilver l'.nglisli Levers, Duplex,
and Cylinder Kscapcment, nud the jusllv
. ' CELEBRATED
A splendid assortment of
of all the various styles and prices, from the
ino"t celebrated manufactories.
CANfP.0 JEWELY !
nelian. Pearl. Enier-:
tiiiiiuu:s.Jct and Clus
I'inf. Far and Filler
. jimgs, t o i u ,
Pair Wristlets, Gold
Coral, Jet, Hone and
Pens and Silver Holders, Gnard Fob and
Vest Chains, Shirt Studs, Ladies" Gold Neck
Chains, Tooth Picks Guard Hooks. Gold,
Silver and WoodeifPelloilSj, Ladies-and Gents
Shawl Pins, Willow and Leather Work Bas
kets. Fancy Glass and Wooden Boxes, Toy
Watches, Gold nnd .let Crosses', - ' -' - '
Sl'O O N S,
Butter Knives. Hrittania Lamps, Sealing
Wax, SLEEVE BUTTONS, Coat Links, Toy
Smoothing Irons, Porktt Knirf, Itazors,
Gun Caps. Coral, Amber, Jet. Glass, Satin,
liugle and Wax Heads, China, Zinc and
Wooden Toy Dishes, India Rubber, Tin and
Willow Rattles, Stilettoes, Crochet Needles,
Match Boxes, India Rubber Dolls nnd Doll
Heads, Cigar Cases, Tobacco and SuufT Box
es, Sun Glasses, Butcher Knives,' Pocket
i Yard Sticks, Spaying Needles, Dutch Pipes,
hniiill rancy ncented ISaskets, lute t'cneils,
Terra Cottnand China Vases, Fi-eneh Lith
ographic Prints ; Gilt Moulding for Picture
Frames, Telescopes, Spectacles, Goggles,
ing Rings, Key
Kings, Spy Glass
es, En vel ope s .
Fools-Cap and Commercial Note Paper,
Puzzling Maps. Pop Guns. Fishing Rods,
Reels, Lines nnd hooks, Candlesticks, Snuff
ers, Tapers, Hair Brushes, Pocket, Puff, Side,
Neck, Fine and Tuck Combs, Shirt Uuttons,
Wafers, teals, Horse fleams; rort Glomes,
Razors, Cologne, Hair Oils, Essence Ex
tracts, Curtain Hands and Knobs, Ready Ref
erence Files, Hankers Wallets, Money Kelts,
Razor Stropos, Toy
KNIVES & FORKS,
Carvers Salt Spoons Sugar Tongs, Casters,
Button Hole Scissors, Tweezers, Lamp Scis
sors', otccltcns, t'ochet llooks, ooaplonv
passes, Witch Chains, iCcys,
Joy; nulls, 'ic.
Ml! CI Ml .U?TRMlA'r.Vl i ?
Li mtars, Ilanjos, Accordion!,
1- lutinns, Music lioxes, Tainbou
lines, Clarionete'lutes, Rocaloa
Fifes, Flageolets, French .'and Jews Ilnrps,
Tuning 1'otks, Preceptors, Strings, Screws,
Ac. Td the above large and varied nssort
mcut iav i
JUST BEEN ADDED :
Bullet La-" jtr9i j - Forks for
dies, Beef 7iV8L . Table use
Steak Jar Hat uud
Pounders afiaT sMCaaiM o n s e
-r-f-"s dust nans
Forks, Wad Cutters, limn rod Tips, Wads,
Tube Wrenches, Shot Charges, Skateslincc
Meal Cutters, Bleaching Brushes, ' . ,
Ihdlers Writing Fluid, and
IXL Bhehiiug; Slates, Spool rf&TTS
Stands, Whisker Blushes, Snov-Jim$aA
els nnd Tongs, Clothes Pins, Slaw Cutters,
Hand Brooms or Whisks Spice Boxes, Pep
per do., India Rubber Drinking Cups, Spring
Balances, Dojj Chains, Patch lioxes and Pa
per Dolls, and a host of other Notions which
he has not timo or room to enumerate.
Coffee Mill, Screw Drivers,
Luther's 'Shears;' Scribe Awls,
BONN K T PINS, NKEDLIC CASES,
Sand Paper,' Carpet Tacks,
BED AND TABLE CASTERS,
' - IIAXVtED A UGER VlTSp;
Paper 'Furniture; 'for :- Children,
Mle solicits nil llui.si'.yl)0' arcin search
anything in his line, to give him a -on It
Eiton. Auj'un IS. tf
FALL & YINTER
Received direct from Neio York and
WE arc m receipt of a very large and
well assorted stock of foreign aud do
mestic , , .
i IXTtY GOODS,
Boots, Shoes, Carpets, Hard
Trimminas. fc. tec.
Qrff (foods are iTChaaa iuluniio1v-!fr
Cash, 3i in many cases of the uiaiiul'acuirers.
Our long experience in the trade and our
facilities for purchasing where Goods are
will be our guarantee -that whilo wo soil-no
Goods higher, and a ory ltg4 i5ortloh,,of
our liooils are sola below the
Please trive us n call and satisfy vourslvcs
before purchasing elsewhere.
C. VAXAU.SDAL A CO.
Futon. Sept. i!0, I860. 5-tf
'ltoots and Leaves will ho for the healing of
nations." Bmix. ' ' '
Madame Victorine Hollard,
riIIK great European ClaiiToyuiit of the
L 19th century, and world renowned Heal
ing Medium of the age. bus arrived in Cin
cinnati, aud established an Tnfeiniary at Xo.
271 Walnut strt., opposite Walnut St. House.
This wonderful Lady has been traveling
through Europe anil West Indies. South
America, California, and the United States,
for the lust thirteen years, and has been en
dowed from her birth with a supernatural
gift to such nn astonishing degree, that she
convinces, the, most skepticah,of, har .won
derful powers. ' In short, throii'"h'the Kssis-
tance of some superior power she is endow
ed with the Healing Art. Madame Hollard
is a Physician indeed I She cures the follow
ing complaints in their most obstinate sta
Diseases ot the lliroat, l.ungs, iienrt,
Liver, Stomach, Dropsy in the Chest,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Pits or Falling Sick
ness and all other Nervous Derangements.
Also, diseof es of the Wood, such as the
Scrofula, Erysipelas, Causers, Fever Sores,
Leprosy ana all other Complicated uironic
All forms of Female difficulties attended
to with the happiest results.
It is hoped no one will despair of a euro
until they have given Mad. li.'s medicino a
trial. During her travels, she has been tho
instrument in God's hands of restoring to
health and vicor, thoiuans who were on the
verge of the grare, and who are now living
monuments of ber skill and successful treat
ment; nnd are daily exclaiming, ' blessed be
the day when first wo saw and partook of
Madame llollurd's unrivaled medicines."
Satisfactory references will b cheerfully
given when refpiired. Madame II. 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. She therefore
asks no questions, nor does she require inva
lids to explain symptoms; telling their cause
and location with so much satisfaction as to
merit and receive the confidence of all who
have consulted her.
When pain and anguish wring the brow,
Administering angol thori;
I give such balms as have no strife,
When nnture's or the laws of life.
N. B. jf ad nine Hollard absolutely adver
tises nothiug but what she has lull ability
Persons living at a distance by giving
statement of their cases will be attended
when required. '
S8rPost office Box 15 PP.
' A. A. SEIBERT,
T7"EEPS constantly on hand and for sn1
Heavy and Light, Double an' Single,
F ' alpo a" fine lot of") l :
BUGGY AND WAGON WHIPS,
and all articles nsunlly kepi in a Hurness
Maker Shop. U"3i-Shop on Baron street,
doors North of J. P. Brookinsii Son's drug
N. B. Old Carriages .repaired and re-trimmed,
on short notice, and in good style.
Eaton, August 23, 1B0O. tf
. TIN-WARE! AND STOVES !
riHIE subscriber would call the attention
.L his old friends and customers to his
present Stock of excellont
of every variety usually kept irt Tin Shops.
He also keeps constantly on hand tho la
test nnd most approved patterns of
COOKING' & PARLOR STOVES,
all of which he will sell as low as can bo pui
chased elsewhere in tho couuty,
Uo is also prepared to attend to all orders for
'" Tin dnd Sheet Iron Roofing,
on Kaaonkbfe tnrniV '.The wort warranted.
" B?S.A11 orders for Repairing attorned
on short notice; and the work done in such
manner ns to render genfral satisfaction.
His shop still kept nt the. .old stand, one
door North of the Odd-Follows' Building.
All articles in his lino sold at such rates
nirlo require his" adherence to cash terms.
WALTER P. M'CABK.
" Eaton, Angusl 13, 1860. If
Blood Purifier and Blood Pills!
jffi 'B-' Wa'c
' When Dr. Roback, the celebrated Swedish
Physician, introduced his Blood Purifier and
Blood Pills in. the United States, he set forth
in plain language their curative propcrtios.
This was years niro. The task qf recom-
mending them has since been taken out of
hit-handn. r.ulightcncd men whose charac
ter fdrMiKdjudgmc&t (ndhiloiephyi f ryes
their opinions weight in' the community, men,
who observe, reflect,' and make ."assurance
doubly Bure'I, before they decide are every
where approving and urging the use of these'
wnmlnrlnl Pvoruu'iitimiu AH wlin pnnfiilo in 1
the wisdom hnohonesry of this class, or who
chose to investigate tor themselves are now
of one mind on this important subject.
Dr. Uobnuk invites, die attention of the
sick to the . .
- ORIGINAL LETTERS,
from members of the Medical Profession,
Editors, of public journals, well known Mer
chants find Farmers, and Ladiis of the bigl
est respectability, Viviny accounts of extra
ordinary enrcs wrought, by the remedies, of
urli!14 niiKna ilinw tltnmontrAO vn.a ' '
' -'EYE '"WITNESSES-:;J1
. These parties may be consulted personally
or by letter, by those who have any doubt
upon the subject. The evidence in the pos
session of Dr. Kobuck, which is "at all times
ncccssiblc to the public, establishing tho fol
lowing . ' .-'!'. . '
. .,. -facts;.
That the Blood Puf'ifier and 'Blood Pills
have been proved by analysts to . r,
COXT A 1 S " NO MINERAL,
That they -cute the aluiost universal com
plaint, . 'i utaranfcA i i
with uHentiig cerfcunty; tini in a vew snort
lime. That after all other medicines, have
proved useless, they relieve
; LIVER COMPLAINT, "
and restore the health and strength of the
sufferer.' That Pit-t f Cmai.es,
who have languished for ycar in helpless
weakness nnd despondency, recuperute with
great rapidity under their invigorutihg oper
ation. , That-all rtxualj disabilities arc re
moved by their cordial and gentle stimulating
properties. That they recruit
however they mnv have beou trilled with and
abused; that their direct: tendency is to
lengthen life, ami 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 system, every taint
ot Scrotum, whether hereditary or otherwise.
That thev nFXRcrr tin: Iikiitiitatep,
and that there is no disease of the Stomach
and Bowels, the Liver and Nervous System,
the Skin, tilanus or .Muscles,
arising from itnpitritir or obetrnctiuin pj
' thebtvbtltiT ierc(inlii,l J l
in which they do riot (five prompt relief, nnd,
(it nilministcrert octore the very citadel ol
life has been invaded,) effect a painless and
linar iu njiud hntthe ScaadjmviaAYeget
able lilood llls are rndoriori hy.tlie.-cx Jeri-
eace ot thousands or living, W'u'esses, -. ho,
in letters, affidavits, medical works and by
word of mouth, proclaim theia to be the., very
be,.-i priqration'of Jidtip'erit'd to
the broken down ticliins ol iTT IiiiiTth. They
hunt disease through-every avetiu and or
gan of the system, and expel it thoroughly
and permanently., y r r, ,
No on can dnuhttheic superiority after
one single trial they are not only better but
iu fact, cheaper than any other Pills, for it
takes a less number of them to produce a
betttir effect. -
Price of the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood
Purifier, $1 pr bottle, or $j per half dozen.
Of the Scandinavian Vegctablo Blood Pills,
25 cents per box, or 5 boxes for $1.
Head Dr. Kobnck's Speciul Notices and
Certificates, published in a conspicuous, part
of this Paper from time to time.
Dr. Kobnck's Medical Almanac and Fami
ly Adviser, "contnine a great variety of inter
esting and valuable Medical information, can
i. u. i ..,: ..',..,.. r t. ;a A(.,,iu ti.-ft...,!..
I out the countrv.
in difficult or complicated Cases, Dr. Ito
back may He consulted personally or. by let
ter enclosing one stamp for the reply.
Principal office and sales rooms, No. fi
East Fourth Street, Hd building from Main
Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Laboratory No. 32
For sale in Preble county by J. B. Brook
ins & Son, Eaton; S. M. Richev, New Paris;
1). B. Loutzenhiser, New Wcstville; Jas.
Hoover, Lewisburg; JInrrav k Bernard,
Morning Sunj A. StprlVig Klilprndo ; S.
Deggingor, -Fair Haven; J.JL Bohn Cam
deif Lea t& NishiyohgOr, West Sonora; It.
Lakey, Enterprise; L. Clinc, New Hop6
Station ; Joel Lesh, Whentvillc; Joseph Da
vis, West A'oxandria and by Druggists ' and
Merchants generally throughout fhc tnion.
August 23. 18CU. em
Stove sT stores' ! !
2'he largest stock of Stows ever
I't-ought to Eaton, - ::
milE andcrsigoeu ' toinformhe
J. inhabitant? of Ettion ;nd" vicinity that
they have just received a very lu.-'6 R.3Srt"
incut uC Stoves consisting of fivo difleiT"'
nttern$ of . . -j :
Shopr, Parlor, and gx Stoves,
of various sizes, taking from sixteen to thirty-six
inch wood. ' '"' 1 'f
Thoy also have the . '
a peculiar kind of stove which no farmer can
afford to be without. .'..'"' . '
Porcelain and Brass Kettles ; and all Other
articles usually kept in , a , .".
j r Job Workf'ioia on ahbrf aotice and f ar
ranted to give sa'tifaciio'ri.' ' I x' - '
KirJ'i!r9o;pi,ii.sJiing(j luv stoves, are rfi
questej tA'gryeNdBUi tm bsl'oVrf 'i.oing clse
whorc, as wo aro sailing at email, proita for
cash. - , ECKEL 4 COCHIN. !
, Eaton, Octobor 1st, 18C0.:-r : - nol-lf
Ur. S.J, Hogarth & MuS.M. Chenoweth,
.x-f; FASHIONABLE V. .-.u
Dress Maters . and . lllin3rs
Barori sLfover J. 4 J. Ttbssmart's shop.' f.
T7"EEPS constjintlyfjon.- hon4tho latest
AXtWtt.most . .T,lax.t
Tliey nre aUoTecoiviae direct from Balti
more and bthcy Eastern cities the latest and
ah worn aone to oreior on reasonable terms.
Eaton, Sept. 27, 150. e-Sm1
' DR. WM. HALL'S i
BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS,
tbi evil or
i . . .- 7 .
Consumption, Decline, Asthmai,
Bronohitis, Wasting of Flesh,
,, Night Bweata, Splttmgpf Blood.
Hoping, Cough, DilloulW-Of
' Breathing, Coldaj Coughs, influ
' , enza, Phthiaio, Paia in the Side, ,
(tnd all Diseases of the Luna.
. ' 10,000 DOLLARS REWAJID I!!'
13 OFFERED' FOIl A BETTER BECEIET.'
V" r. I.' ItOOSTAIXI:.- .1 j'i.i.. ,'
ko opiux, cAixjyEh, nob siSKBAi poisojr; ,
And la iaft for the most delicate cklld. .
1 ... : j. j
! 'It is estimated
that 150,000 per
sL in the C. States,
Jwitb . cooiuoip.
tion, and Frofes-
that a rait aum-
krt nVfl hV thA '
timely use of some proper remedy.. '
:' Ba. Hali's IUuiM itrikci at the root of the, ,
.disease at once, awl such is its speedy effect
'that any one using it freely ocoordiug to dl-
roctions for twenty-four or forty-eight hours,
and not entirely satisfied with its merits,
may return it and repoive back their money.
The most distressing eongh is frequently ro
licved by a inglo do., and broken up in a
few hours' time. The afflicted do not havo
to take bottle after bottle heforo they lind
whether this remedy will afford relief or not.
The public have been Imposed upon by
remedies recommended by certificates which
havo alwiivs'originated from soma unknown
source. We believe that a ntcdieme possess
ing real merits will effect cures wherorof it
Is ojwI, lit home u wnll J abroad. This is
no pu-rs'iria preparation, but ona whinh if
mod in scaioa will save tlji liveJ.of thou-san-1.1.
It h n -cffjcled c-iroi In mimirnm cais,
whero the iwt skillful phyiioiao in this
I . , r . , . j
country an l m rirope navo uaeu oitiuuisu,
and have cx ireised their skill in vain. Cases
which thev havo pronounced Incurable', and
surrendered ai hopelois beyond a doubt,
leaving the patients without a finglo ray in
enliven them in their gloom, have been eured
bv Dr. Hairs lljliam, and-the M victims, of
eonsumption" uro now vigorous and strong
as tho m.nt rohmt ainenit us.. And these
cxvu ars not iinl:ited ohm i thny.ore liumer
om, and can be poiiite-f out in every com
munity whero this molt unrivaled remedy
hiu been tested . .i -. '.
Be stow, thn, to believe the oft-repeated
story about the lung being gone j or rather
lot no such apprehension -induee you to live
up., Aet upon tho principle that while there
is lifo ilu-ru i nope. You can never be so low
rin Hull Bulssm. Moro than, one, nay, taun
CArnA hnftriL Lvtiiipkt ftlmdltfrbitt dcatlki wK
life, .Wttuir Jt-'ckio haIiiL-. qirw"tb: j5
tins powerful but baruiltea rimcdy a trial.
Cull ou tho agent aud Ctp pami hlet gratis.
Tho treatise ou (DXiniptiuii nk- is worth
the price lor the mi ii:ciD. Vcu will tnd cer
tilieutuii vf phyticibLJ ill Ciuciucati, end of
others whoia cures have Itcn.elltctcd here at
home, where they mu bo ltui.d.
IFHYSICIWIS Wlir-USWfwWHt8 IT
NOT SAFE FOR THE PEOPLE?
rmcixXATI. Kov. I.
Miss. A. L Scoviil i- Co. .
rrBirs,-,lh public generally tre fully
aware ol" lfcc il.,umiid ul rimedies for dis
civKd lurgH, iimbr the tllles of Berrapa-
' rillcS, :fiil, risTtrm, I.inlinctit v He-., that
me daily I rought to ihtir iiMice through lh
'irwrtpfrii bv wnv el' i.dvriuiniinl. Hy
oljrct iu writing this IiO'.c fcr rublicalion li
to induce the rtiblii-, or si h nfl Ibeiowho are
;'iritcd,Xlf iHy-vill Ufc paleatujiwiiointi
fcviiie enb-lhai ciilnim n0lU efiMt ntHia
'5 tdiDiotioi iUwii. 1 iteiti1tui.yhet-ja
' so doing 1 i.m idiig ir.njl tit pr(rftlofcarlyv
and dcicgalory to li e intirrMls of ir.tdiral
scifnee and therrgular Jrcctilitnmef nitdi-
C,Tbe medicine to h:i h I refrr is Pr. Jlall't
lahan for (I'C Ivrc. ' I have pwreriUd it
.... . t.. ..ml lr nf Ht.cl bIWSVH Wttll
success. Ci.c rme in isriicu'ar lo wbicb 1
wifh now lo refer, givi n up ly several
rbysicirns who had I cm rilled in tcn.ulta
tiirn with myself. The patitnt hid all U
rymplenn ol eoi.firmed renfiimplion, iiiab
09 oold niiht .fwuls, hrctie fiver, Laiassiiig
tough, wiih rtntii.ucd pain in the lobe of the
rifht lung, ttei:dfd with severe diarrheal
Jlj commenerd immediately lo get better by
the use of the above-named medicine, and
' wna soon reitwcd lo hit umnl htaltlil I
have also found lr. Holl'a Tabsm the most
valuable expectomnt fe.r breaking up dis
trcssinit coughs and c"ld that 1 buve ever
More Physicians Testimony. "
Tfr We, tho undersigned Tbysiciant of
Cincinnati, certify that Br. Wright's 1 itate
mcnta are entilled to ihe fullest confidence
of the public, and we can fully corroborate
what he bus said, having -used Dr. Hell 1
Balsam in a number of coses with the hsp
piestcXoct. J. 8. LAWBON, M. V.,-
piesi ckoi -WM. 0. SMITH, M.D.,
J.I. JOJISSON.M, P.. ,
0f Be tun end as for Dr. W. Hall's
Saliaa. . ,
For sale by the rropriolors, ( ' :
A. I. 8C0V1L1 & CO.,
Ko. 12 "West Eighth Street, Cineihnati
; Also ..
FASHION TRIUMPHANT I
.: .MICHAEL FILBERT .
HP Vas(jusV rcturSied from (. he VQueen
..City'2w.ith;a larg apuya(iol stpek
Cloths, Cassimcret, Tweeds, Vesting,'
which be offers to his numerous customers,
at as low rates as can be bought anywhere.
tAll kinds of . Custom Work made-
order, rjn the shortest notice. i.ii.- -i-lo :
The publie are- invited- o' eall at - his-old
stand, opposite the :"National Hotel,", and
examine his stock';- . u -i
Come-along, !como along, make no delay:
Come from- every 'hamlot'nnd Tillage by th
wayt a..- , i-v U". i . 1 1 ,
Come and buy the cheapest Clothes that ever
''"' you did wear, . .-t,.,i)
All warranted to fit yon neat, and lo Belther
rip or tear,-; '- .v-;':'., ;
' Eaton, August 23, I860; -f If '- 1
- Eatoii Tatijard:
1 1 THE BBdersicned -will .nn.' Ika .kloVnU
O l -J M 6-V.
-price for I. a .o:A a:ouij s rll i
Q4 deavef athts'taayard ia Eatooi Oiu,
nt the shop of AvAirleri, tvt Bnroa trocl
LT . 1 . I l -j. ... .i . i. . .
u "u m sonsmauv -on jiana jld
sale a- very euperjor lqoir,Kipnd Calf skins;
Sole,iIarBess and IWdle teather. . .
' ' ' ' MARTIN REHFUSS.'
Eaton, Auju-t :?( JS60. tf
Ahnoufuenint to BotiByfi
Owing to the iaawaM fotrtiiaga- boataTCfl
upon tne - - - -rn
" ' OV Til
vA... T jAnili JJIjiQ
' Bv the "ieemlnj Millloni'fii'lha-Weiit.Aad-.
Soath, .we. have teased the spacioui and, el-:j
gantitoro, 28 JVeat FoartJi street.';,; .,,'; V
CINCINNATI t,;. ,. .-.Ofa.
". By sendibg all orders for Booketo ,t
. A."-A'. Kill E-.Y-,' i .'
' 1 ';; 'r':': CINCINNATr.'O.:" v.' ' ! .
TOO' WILI. . SAT TIMB ATStp VXtsVj
Eastern Gift Book EsUblishmentslo'glveui'
one trial. Our inducements- to I AgodtsTare
greater than any other Gift Book Establish-.
ment in the world J we guarantee pirfett sat-'
isfactioh to all who. may fvor as ith'aa-or-
der, For ever; olub of Tea Books, one extra
booWand Gift Will be' giw : ;.'"!
Una trial wl saualy all of the iborahty 01
onr sysicm'.' i-Li. : .-'.cr.
All who want BookAhoald send
to the Headquarters 01 . i
. '' A A ,"K"T.f.V.V' .
'kxTENSIVE '' " -.
Gift Book Establishment !! '
'- In The World, .
NO. 28 'WEST FOURTH. 8T
!fi i crsrjmATi, o.M-
. .A I. & ..J5 0 0 kS 1 '
SOLD AT PUBLISUKllB' tOWEST PEICBS
: ANDA-' ' ' i.'Tt Vy
";!V' Valuable Gift;' - '-
WORTH FRO.M JflfTV CT3- TO 100,00,
.t . -.,,( wen. iwhfacn.jJoofjq ,
We' will furnish any' book publishd,"Bd
now in pr iot,, the retail price pf phioa is,
$1,00, or, more, at "publisher's price, accom
panied with a splendid gift, Worth from Iftf
cents tt oie hundred dollars;
Money may be sent at our risk, provided it
is eneloscd in tho presence of the Postmaster,'
and registered according to layr. tf ., i ,
,' . J AGtNTiAMTED; v
' To whom greater inducements are 'oflerM
than by any other Gift .Book Establishment
in the world. Anj person, Male or Female,
can become an Ageut, and by 'a liltla eiep
tion can procure ,,...'. ., 1
A ELEGANT, BILK RE38"P ATTERX,' "
' A SET OF CORAL JEWELRV, ' ' ' '
- .1 VALUABLE GOLtt.WATCHjy
.. .. 1 A GOLD BRACEbBT,
Or, some other article of value.' '" " '" '
' Sehd for a classified catalogue of Books,
which is sent free to any address. . t
If you wish prompt attentton and honora
ble dealing, address all orders for Books to
A, A. KELLY, r
Jl'BLISUEft AND OUIQJNATOR OF IU
6 1 FT BOOK ENTER PRISE.
....'.No. 28 West- Fourth Street,-. ,
September 6, I860. '3-3m'
' GREAT WESTERN " '
Carriage & -.B.uggy
Xtxiiufaotory. . '
HENRY RESLER, "
Cherry St.,- ItUctth Main j Sonwt,
' "YJitoy, 01110. -:
HAVING, recsitly purchased the an tire
intnrPrif in th nhnvn AalnKliulimant
and having in his employ - Some of- the btt
Jbiperieitced Workmen n tht,atau, notr
prepared to furnish, on the shortest.notict,
,;. BUGGIES, SULKIER ;;
SPRING ' WAGONS, 11
of tho neatest latest and most approved styles
SQk.AU work done' op to order, in tho Tory
best style, and van-anted to be of tbo
BEST MATERIAL, ,
and will bo sold as ow as can b bought an
Vtrtit.tFe$,:r- - ,...!.'.-.
RUN AT LEAST; ONE YEAR;
if otherwise, be Will make it good And sound.
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS,
":! . I a - ;l i . : -.
ccs, and in the most substan-
3'' "" KI t ftn.'?
ixpeaiuous iu. ... .. .
t respectfully invites .".V? VMi
hi stock on hand,. and,. U a,'5
ill gin them" good bargains. '
.1... v .
uibi ne viii eire ttienl arood knr.i..
7 ? .' I fiBNBY RKSLER.
Type and Sftreotype'' Foundry' i,
- nnt tfreet beUeetn Fourth and lyn? t
Jranufjjfilpd doalew in
NEWS, XOOX AND J03 TYPE.
PRnfTIIfa.Tressei; Cases, Gallics, i)e.r
Ink and Printing Materials of eyery de
scription. Stereotyping of all kinds, Books,
Musio, .' Patent MpdicineDu-octions f Jobs.
V90d Eigraviugs,' &cM ', . ,. ....
qranas ana raitern Letter Ydriovt StiU$.
BgLEluctrotyping in klb iu branbhett ly
iL,'-, -rv,-f eff, -!(J
TP.95,VdI,leBei t hoi stand, West
J of the 'Court BSuse,'Eatonrkiepe on
Frri HarntQ, CMtarjJhignd
it WagVMWihrpt,-! Carriage Itamtss
of U descriptions. &o., which he oUors tftdia
(dsdoron the tobit reasonable terms '"
Eaton, AugTi'st 23, 180. tf