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-EA'iW, PREBLE CO., OH
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d n. it oil i i .! ' ' '. " . ' ' " . .
Wfclok tliey yrlll lell cbcap for qasli;
EWiSPRlNG DRESS GOODS,
CLOAKS, SHAWLS, .
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.Jfctgf hT(fllio it pplvndid assorthient of "
w. ...... .EUG3,''MATSi;&c:,".
VUfc ! wi.il'-tel obeapet than nny otlict
Ho'M in Ciucinuati. ii
L rnj n cull 6t MiBHHU.L Biio'a;
ftv II, 1Tet; Fifik Stret, between Wolnu
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AVBUf ittoatita U rtsiteetfally invited
'XJ: ' Uifr KUblibment, in tka aisuranco
fcat aa.pl aU.fction will ba givea aa re
anU Tyarphy, Press wark, and charge,
H kaaaa wka aaay raquira
pjlAIN And fancy
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If hteni tlikt no eknlleiccl
UAATPSS 0 F, STYLE,
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Bttsipessnd iYisiting Cards
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BAU, AND -PARTY CAR OS
aftpof! r.o-.J taarl? bns r;i
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st Mill, Sfreet, Eaton,' Ohio
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l2fMNRY RESLER '
Cherry S7., lctwcen'mMcdi Somcrs
EAT OX, OHIO.
TTAVIXO Cfccte.l a new nnd 'commodi-
uCXiOtiR Shop; is Jnow pvephred to execute
nil work in.his hue, that may Jje entrvttcd
to bis card.' 1A. -Rbocl Stock ,of finished
work,,ionaii)ing iOt ,;' j . '!'.' ' ' ''''
ntiij"8 bnfmnd, tindr sold' at low prices ,for
Cash: .. .i ; ' ;
. Special attention paid to the ' '"
RE T11MMIXQ& REPAJRIXiG
' ESyHe respectfully invites all to call
and p.vnminc his stock on hand, and be satis
fied that he will give them good bargains.
KatoTi, Feb. 12, 1803 ly
aken the stand, formeily oc.
- T. Cronse. resnecllullv calls
tho atUutioii-of -tit ptiblic to h
hil stock 0
Coffee. Tea, pices, Candles.
FRUITS. NUTS, CAUDIES.
FLOUR, MEAL, VEGETABLES,
WOODEN" & WILLOW WARE,
TOBACCO,. CIGARS, & SNUFF,
VlXEGAli, COAL OIL,
And a variety of other articles, the waol
which he is deter Jiincd to sell
As Cheap s th9 Cheapest!
lie lina also on and n good stock of
Forks, ' Rake, Axes,
Suikes,. Knives,- Bolts,
LockB, Gimlets, &c, it'.
The whole of the Stock of Hardware hav
ing been purchased on very advantageous
terms, will be sold cheaper than they euu
bo nau any oiucr Bioro in iuc oium.
1 A Choice Selection of
JURE .WINES &0LIQU0R3
. " . Always on hand.
Eaton, F,i'j-nrr li, H13-'.f
Office on North Baron St. at the residence
of Dr. Crume !
...ft3rThi8 is to certify thai from our ac
th Dr. Tuttlc. we cordially
;pexlend to him the privilege of refeniug to
us as to Ins competency as operative ucniisi,
' Prof. P. M." Ctume, M. U, R, Wallace
M. I).',' V. S. Cans, M. D nndW- Lindsay
M,K :;it"'..:.r.., .... 1
LTVERY, FEED & SALE STORE,
: . JOHN ;W.r STEPHENS
TTOULD announce to his friends and tho
Vy .'publiei thai. He ha juv .aivfin the old
stand, recently occupied by William CvDoem,
arid re-opened a' Livery Stable, where ho will
bo?nlcased toaccomi . date all who may wish
to hi' '' Hofses, Buggies, tc, on roasonable
tci Li.11' Stuble lloom aud Feed fbr Horses ol
travellers, farmers, tc, also aflordod. The
jintronaj af ,ne l,n '"c ' respectfully se-Hc
Hcd. i.VttJunt 23i .860 ;
, i ' THE UN MN
"-AND- .' "-'.''
' TITV W-AJttI3
MA N U F A CT 0 R Y
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rnilE subscriber would respectfully call
.1." the attention of the public to hid birje
nnd well Selected Stock of Parlor, Cook,
nnd Slior Stoves' ' The .celebrated Cook
Stove culled the: : . - rj ! ' ! '
Is a Stove that cannot be' fcurpnssed by any
ntlieriri the West. It has the largest lines,
the largest ovenj and heaviest plates 'of any
in use. llioreuownaa ,nd bcatitiml. look
Stova cabled thq ;. Mf, ,-,, vrt
I?ln.ntor, -1 ' '
Has gained for itself roputatli A not eqanl
cd by nny other stove. ' ,. ,i ...IT
The ,"Prlor Cook" is a new and beautiful
stove; in it you have a complete Cook nnd
1'arkr otove. . -. .;
Of all kmdi usually kept in a, Tin-Shop! '
Tt O F I IV G-
Put up. on, short. notice, find warranted to
wi.ami.MVii ivu.i, . . .-
All orders for Repairing
attended to. . ' " ' '
v . E. REYNOLDS.
April 30, 1803 tf : 1 , .
THE undersigned hnving been uppointed
Agent fnr the .Collection of the i'l.r-
chaM Money, and Sale nj Lots trt the
Eaton Cemetery, would give notice that all
Lota selected, must be paid for, 1 .' .:
fifayKccollcct, tliut no lot is secured un
til paid for, and Deed nelivcrd, nnd is lia
ble to bo rc-snld. It is expected that every
person that has selected a lot, will come tip
immediately and pay fur the samf-, as the
Trustees have determined to improve sa d
(Irounds this season, and must hnve money
o do it with. Those who wish for lots, will
do well to' call soon, as they can have a
chance nt the r'esiruble lots. . ' i n..
N, 1). .STEPHENS.
Kuton, April 18, 1803-31
; MRS. E. LOCK WOOD'
HAS just Opened a Store, in CofTipan
' Bros old stand, oho door1 West of K.
Lockwood's Boot nnd Shoe Store, Main 8t.,
Katun, where she keeps constnntly on band,
a full and complctfi stock' of ,! ..
' " such as . " .' . .
COFFEE, TEA, SUGAR, RICE,
MOLASSES, SPICES, SOAP,
.TOBACCO, CIGARS, :
'. BUTTER, EGGS, .
Wooden & Willow Ware, ;
Sueh as Tubs, Buckets,
Ac. ' '
, Sieves, Bowl
STEEL, CUTLERY, . V
ALL KINDS OF PLOWS,
SPADES, SHOVELS, , -:
FORKS, RAKES, AES, .
' ! LOOKS,' BOLTS, d-c, &c.
StaT" Raymond,' llelsingcr', and Cfeon'.
PLOWS, the best made.' 1 2, or 3 horses,
Double Shovels. , . ". ! f !
Hatty Lockwood, Business Conductor.
April 23, lb'63-ly . . : . -
A NEW MEAT MAR
KET IN EATOS,
'; " WILSON & MEYER, . ,
ITTOULD NOTIFY TILE BEEF . EAT
Y V 1X0 citiicns of Eaton and vicinity,
that tlicy bave,ust openccl a, ...
ON BARON STREET. One Door North
of the Eagle Hotel, where they purpose
to have con-tnntly on hand Ni. X Beef and
the finest Mutton nnd best Pork that the
country can nllord. They are determined
to meat tho public on good terms for the
"Heady John,' and ask -a liberal share of
patronage. .; ...
f.alon, April U lbt)J-lt -.
.'. ,'r-, ,:r. --:-th. . l; Iu;.;tt'W
efffctual (mir.that can made. It ia
a concentrated, extract of Para SarMpnrilli
so combined with other substances of still
greater alterative power as to afford an HTccV
live antidote for the dUontqs (jnrsaparilla is
reputed to cure. ' It is believed that sueh a
remedy is wanted by those, jwjio suffer from
Strumous complaintu, and that one which will
accomplish their euro must prove of Immense
service to this large class of our a (flicted fellow.
citizens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by rxpciinieut u many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
.complaints:- '.'. ' ' ' '
bcuorui.v Ann SciioriiT.nrsi votH'ivtNTs,
KiiUi'Tioxs asii Uitri'Tirr. Diskask., TTi.cr.us,
Pini'i.r.s, -lluiTciim, Ti'moih. Bait Kiip.iu,
Sca(.ii Hkai), Sri'iniiis ami Stuhlitio Ar-,
trtions, Mkucuiimi. l)naAsn,Diiorsr, Hex'-'
iiAioiA oh T10 UoiiuivtiKi't, Dnstr.rnr,' Drs..
II!1'SIA ANII iNIIIOIiaTIU.-t, Euv.iiriii.vi, Rose
on St. Anthost's Pike, and indeed 'ie whole
class of cinnpl.iiiu ariiing from Imi-cuitt or
tub Ili.oon. ..... . . .
This compound will hi found a great pro.
nioter of hcnlth, when Ukrn in the spring, to
expel tlie foul huniots which foster In the
bloe-d at that sobhoii of tlia j tar. ' 3ly the time,
ly expubion of tbcm nmny rnnkl'mg disordori
are nipped in the bit I. Multitudes run, .by
the aid of this remedy, spare ' .I'.emselves from
the endurnnce of foul eruptions and ulceroiu
sores, through which the sysU-m will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through tho imtur.it channels of die body
by an nlterative medicine. , Cleanso out the
vitiated blood whenever you iind it impurities
bursting through tho skin In pimpl.'., eruptions,
or sores j cleanse it when you Hud it is' ob
structed nnd sliig$ili iu the viini ; cleanse it
Whenever it is foul, nnd your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
Is felt, people cnjny lietter health, and live
long.T, for cleansing the blood; Kocp the
blood healthy, luid nil is well ; but witli tliis
pabulum of life disordered, there can be do
lasting health. 1 Sooner op later 'something
must en -wrong, and the great machinery' 01
life is disordered or overthrown. ' '.'
Sarsaparilla ha, mid deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing; these ends. But
(ho -world has boeu, cgngiously deceived by
1 ...F..i,.n. If ' .... Km. htam .1.
.uone.tiss not alt the tirttnrthat 1 claimed
for it, but mora boctuio maliy preparations,
prctendlns to be concentrated extracts of it-
contain but little of the virtue of ijarsaparilla.
or any uiing cie. . . . -.
During late years the pubha liavehbecn mis-.
led by large bottles, preteudingio give a quart
of Extract of Sarsapnrillu for one dollar. Most
cf these have been fraud i upon the sick, for
they not only contain iiltle, it any, aarnnna.
rillu, but of'en 110 curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which ilood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and lias become,
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
wo call this compound Sarsaparii!;. and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall estue .the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it, ' ' And we think we liavc ground for
believing it lias virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it ia intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to direction, ou
the bottle. , , . ,,
1 !' rnEPAMB DT
DR. J. C. AYEIt Sc CO.
: LOWELL. MASS.
Price, 1 per Uottle BU Dottles for 13.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
his won fur it.clf such a rewmn for the eurc of
every variety ,ot Throat anil Lung Complaint, tlmt
ll Is entirely uiineccs.iry lor us iu reenuni 1110
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has licen erai
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, c need nut do more than
t.l. .. i. , . .., .
assure inv people lis iiuaui) is Kepi up iu mi ucnt
it ever has been, ant! that it amy he relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever keen found to do.
. Ayer's ' Cathartic Pills
TOB THE CUBE OT
Cotticmess, Jaimdicr, Dyspepsia, fndigrstian,
Dijttntinj, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Pilet, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Siin Viscoses,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors and
Saty Rheum, li'onits, , Gout, S'ttiratyia, at a
Dinner Pill, and for Piaifyinytht Blood.
They arc sugar-cosicJ, so that tlio most scnsU
tive can take them pleasantly, kml they are the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
Price 28 eenti per Box ; Tire boxs for $100.
Great numbers of Clcinj mcn.rhr.iclnns, States
men, and eminent personages, have lent their
names to certify the unparalleled ii.ofiilnc.sp these
remedies, but our space here will not permit tlia
insertion of tliero. Xhe Agents below named fur
nish Rrntisour Amp.uicix Ai.uanao in which they
are Riven j with also full description, of the above
complaint., and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure. -1
. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealer, with
other preparations tbey make more profit on.
Demand Avkk's, nnd tako no other., i'lic sick
want the best aid there i. for them, and they .hould
have it. ....... ,,! .ii'li.; : ' '
AU our remedies are far .ale by 1 ,
James Dcniston's Estate: '
De HE undersigned has been appointed Ad
rp miniatratbr of the estate of James
l uiston, late of Preble county, Ohio, de-
I ; JAMES CAMPBELL, Adm'r.
i Gilmare Campbell, Att'ys.
l April 16,1863 3t ; - . -. ,1 v.
C- 'STRAUB ,: Proprietor
NOTICE. The Farmer's Column.
WOOL GROWERS' CONVENTION.
At a meeting of tho Ohio wool
grtvcrs,, held a.t Cloveland, oir the
loth ultimo, the committee report
ed the following resolutions: : "
; ReBplved, iThat th6 practice of
washing sheep should be abolished,
because, t ;
1st. It permits pf early shearing,:
which secures n greater quautity (
of. woo),, a longer; staple, nnrl a
better condi tion of sheep and lambs
through the yeah , : ., .
'1 k r ''-i? l 1 i- - i .. ;
ous'diBfeaso'8,' Buch as scab1, foot rot,
etc., in placei frequented by differ
ent flock to be wnshed. - ' i
8d. It is in expensive, unpleasant
job, antlj unhealthy, both for man
auu Biieep. . , ... i ... .. , -.o:
'.4th. Thattbo manufacturer must
cleanse the wool at all events, aud
he can do it cheaper than , the
grower. . ,; . . ! ' ; ''
, 5tb. That it; is: tho interest' of
wool growers to put thoir unwashed
wool in ns' good condition as possi
ble, by: keeping 'their yards well
littered, and tiy throwing away all
filth that can bo separated from the
WOOl,' . , ' ;i, ., '",' .,.'
!: 6th. Some lots of wool are more
gross' and ' giimmy than others,
tlieroiprono ratoot dednctiori tan
be agreed, upon, suitable to all
grades and classes, but that each
lot should be bought on its own
merits forfturiHty and condition.
7th. As mostly practiced, wash
ing is little pr,;no. iniprovem'ent to
the fleece. i (f , .;.,.. . , ...
Mr.' Alexander offered the fol
lowkg,' nich was adoptqd: t
; Resolved, -That thc fpra'ctlco of
wool buyers iu noakingjlittle or no
distinction, hi the purchase of. wool
as to its cleanliness, is a downright
premium on dishonesty, and is in
dollars and cents a reward for slov
enliness. ... i. : ''.
Animals for Fattkninq. In rav
close identification with fat cattle
for several years, I have always
found that the best animals have
the most massive heads, most capa.
cious chest 8, aud the strongest
spines. I have therefore laid down
a few rules to go by in the purchaso
of lean ones, and scarcely with one
exception 1 have found them to.be
applicable, lne ueau ot any ot
our Doviiie races ought to havctha
first consideration : this is the true
ndex to the vital acumen, and even
bodily construction, and will be
found to foreshadow all good or
bad tna: may bo accomplished
Thus, an animal possessed of
broad, full,: capacious skulK Avitli
strong, evenly bent, deflective horns
wul.be tound to have, a thick neck
at tho babe, wide thorax, and
strong, r nervous system; while
one with long, narrow, contracted
skull, and' puny, abruptly -bent
horns, will be characterized by
weakness, wildness, and slowness
to tattcnvinA eraall.1 nulLBnkcn
eye betokens hardness-of touch,
ana inaptitude to. iattcn ; and
large, t right, opei) eyo -met versa.
Wo noticed 'last season i
picket fence of a' pleasant drab col
or, and was iniormea that it was
painted with watcnlimeand butter
nnlK. .Xt appears uiidiaTiged .
one year's time, so last.fall we ap
plied the dame riiix'tu're to an out'i
building, the1 walls being forced
macluue plahetl pin noon ng.1
looks well, and stands theiwcathor
so far perfectly, though quo, end
Bufl'efcd somewhat from a, Btorm
coming on whiler we Were' applying
tho wa8h, tnaktngt rough, eo that
,it was ueceseary to rebeatl itL ; Tb
color can he readily ,:cha,nged by
mixtnre of other tlaints ,if desired
We put it '6ri with a large paiut
t)rasli-r-thi whitewash brush
working, so- well to. our: notion.
J. H. B., In Country Gentleman.
Tnmttriva ft J IIxDftdpuoBiA.
The Utica Herald gives the follows
ing preventive ofhydrophobiajand
while we do not advise any ofour
readers to allow tho mandibles , of
any rabid animal to take hold upon
them, we publish ;the recipe, .for
thoso who may be so unfortunate
aa to bo bitten by ' reckless - speci
mens of the canino epecles. JiIf is
as follows: '- : ' ' uv
. "The bito ehoold be ' cort9taiirIy
bathed with : hartshorn, and three
or four , doses, diluted, takett' tn
wardly during the day. The hnrtsi
horn decomposes, chemically the
virus insinuated into the wound,
and immediately alters and' de
stroys its deleterionsnfws. The "wri
ter, who resided in Brazil for a
shott time, first tried it fora scoti
pion, and found it removed patu
aud inttamation almost immediatet
1V Subsequently, he' triei-"lt for
the bito of a rattlesnake, withsirn
Uar euccesa, ,At rthis suggestion,
an old friend and physician tried it
in case of hydrophobia, and always
with success,'' 1 ' ,:"
Comfort Wiiuis llQfMbiMy
tT6(ie i lives ajlfetirae. wanting the
little luxuries portioning to comfort
within doors, because of an imprest
sion that he cauuot afford to buy,
and therefore cannot have them. It
is not soHhough the glossy. silk;
bp mahogany polished may not, bo
had, yot a little application in leis
ure hou8, a little thought arid con
SKierauio aetermination ana perse
verauce will procure all the, com.
1U1 13 IU II UU .I1C BllUn. CAT
peuded to fit up one show room, or
to purchase one marblo-top table if '
applied to the purchaso of: a few
easy chairs, would give daily plea
sure, ant) a Jew uboards ant! pieces
of scantling can caeily be put tot
gether to form tho frame wort of
a lounge. Cover this first with, com'
mon cotton cloth, stutt it with corn
husks or straw, then another cov
eriug of cheap tialico, and yoo have
a restiug place equul, so far as com
fort is coucemod, to the best sofa'
Try it, farmers' wives. . ., -,.
SAlways trust for the ovor-
comiugsof a difficulty, not to long
continued study after, you have,,
once got bewildered, but to repeat
ed trials at intervals. When a
wounded bird has been lost 1m the '
thicket and the dogs fail, aftor .
some search, to find it, a skilful
8portsmuii always draws tbem off,
and hunts elsewhere for art hour,
nnd then brings them back to the
spot to try atresb, '.' i 11
Poverty is often despair. A rioor r l
fellow went to hang himself, but, -l
finding a pot of gold, went merrily " "
lome: but he who bad hidden tlia,,.
W, went and hunghimselL :,
No doubt a thousand political. it
opinions must pass away as dreams, .
which onr ancestors and ourselves '
lave worshipped as revelations. 1 'n
The pian who shows that be! is
vaiu of having done us a favor,"1'"
pays himself,- and saves uVthfJo
trouble. .' , ...
That , flesh is grass is a . literal c 1
truth iu Roland, where the peasant,-1-
ry now mow down .tit Jiussiaust ai
with' scythes.."".1' '" . .'
. -.r ... . ,.,, i . .:-!!'j:7'. . -a J-oief i
Tub heart is perpetually in vig-, vt
orous moti6'n'aud the braia shburd .
be as busy as the hei rt.
EDITOR OF PRESS:
I Dear Sin: Will, vour rjermissio-n I wish La
aay to your reader! that! will send by return'' 1,1
mail to all who wish it, frcc) a Beta pa, witk'-.jV;
full dtreetionR for malting and using a sim
ple; Vegetable Balra, that will ettVctnally r-'
move, in ten days, Pimples, Blotches, Tan,. . ,
Freckles, and all Impurities of the Skin,
leaving the same loft, clear, smooth and
beautilul. . , . L '
'i'i will alBO mail fret to tbnse having Bald
Heads, or Bare faces, wmpredirectionsand
information that will enable tbeas to start a . (.
r u . .1. ..f r : . u r.i,i.....n. - '
IIHl Ernwill Vf IMAIllllIlK llrr, nuio.r.o, v.
r . , , ., n 1 . I, .
plications answered by retara mail, without . ,,
tharge.i i; Respoctnilly, yours,
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist,
No, 831 Broadway, New York.
i.hlfortlt'ia, 1863-2t-i ' '.