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EATONPREBEE CO., OHIO, T HURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1863.
66, a .Mien J)VltbiSt reet ' Ci nci n n tfii
01 UHfalftTDRESS GOODS,
PiyvJU jilluliiii.ttim tit of-
nor;: 'CRUGS,. MATS, &C, ;
Whiih; thc will seir clicpTlpr tlinh miy oilier
Jloifto :irt Cincinnati.
lieP'e'i'drT H)itti 'f air nt iMaikhai.l Tiim's,
Hi: M,'!We l'i('atrect; between Walnut
Vin. '-'" .
Jnn. 8. 480f-lv:
Pay, Bounty Money, &c.
GSLMOE & CAMPBELL,
(Liecnacd by the 'Government,)
. : EATOX, (.,
flTILL promtitly ultuml to the prnseeu
T V 110,1 of Claims far I'oimioiis, Arroars
of Pay, Bounty Money, e., on liebulf ol
military cluiinunts, Vc.
Fc.cs, iu.,comiliuncc with the laws of Con-
Tyss..: , .
VV hl.sq keep on linnil a jrenerul assorl
c lit of lievcnue Stnuips, uiul are prepared
erectile, all. Contmeis, Leases, leeils,
JIOjrt,'ft;cs, nnd other instruincnts requiring
utuuips, with neal;nci3 and dispatch.
-Office -ut -the old Sttimi
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Eiitrth,' Jan.. 8. lc:. tf
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fllHE subscriber would respectfully call
.1. tlio atteution of tho public to his large
and well selected Stock of I'Aijt.oit, Cook,
nml Shop Stoves- The celebrated Cook
Stovo called tire
Is a Stjjvo t'iat;cdjiti.ot bo surpnsanl by any
other in tjio, )V.cat. It has the largest flues,
the ,Yg(.st bv5n,"and lieavjest flutes ol nny
in usq.' je renowned and beautiful Cool;
8toyj ca)kJ,.tW:i, .'. ;. ; ,
. Has JrtYfoflAlf . teputiitio'A not opiul-
TheWifrlbr"' ttnl'n ifttiv and beautiful
ntovWif frAlTfivra comnlete Cook and
PnrUrt6W., "A" ' '
9f VKM IKt-VAL EY8; ;
Tut tfmk Mtii;9M elrWdnj
give satisfaction to a.H.tt t i.'aitit J
All oi'Jfei for llfvairing promptlv
,nttendo.CO .diw'I '--air. : ,
iv , V'lt. Reynolds.
April! 3d, flfiiS tf
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Mum rlRk EATON ! !
ril .bio h-.rn 1 : ..
TAKEN A NEW POSITION!
AND IS QW;' FM!PAUE1,T0 GIVE
UATHiG CHEAP AND
FIRST-RATE KATI0X8. "
rpHE subscriber wfehtes to inform his old
X qHBtOmers ad the public in general,
that he has. removed his Grocery to the old
stand kpQvm a -JiIinor'.tCornerj'. where 'he
will BNhfl'kWs'br '" ; ' "
As loW'a.ariypiVer'bouse in Etilon. To
prove ffiis assertion, call bgfprf paying elso
where. " '
All Kincls fof' Country Produce
taken'in excjaiijjtJjVir Crociries. : '
- -'VKTKR SUAFNER :
.Eat n, Juno 25, IStfJ Urn.
ScroMaor King's Evil,
is a constitutional' disease, a cprruitIon ot tha
blobd, by 'which this tluirl Iwofmis VHiutvd,
cult, and poor.: Being lu.Uii;icut1litioin it
peivudjs ilie.Uob buily,.fyil iiyjbUiiit, (Hit
in disease on nny part of it. ' Nrj orii,ir fici;
fltim Its attack-"',' vit is Kiwe ln Whi$i it iin'y
Hot yustniyi otie Hcniiiuonn iiiud is tiroujuny
TrJ.Tj-i-il or unliciutuy f juii, . impure iuiy ItUli
ainb tiltlty li.ili!ts,'tlie'l'fi.'pfc-'fn yfcsf and,'
,Wav' vlir tkwt"n.(l.1iil".otiim .'WhatJ
.(-yjr.bU origin, it. if l.ediiary in the con
stitution,' ile.iceiidiiig " frcini jdireiits to cliildrcn
unto the third unci fitnrth g 'licnrtiou ;" indettl,
it stuns to lw the rod of llinj .who najH, "I
will-visit tin! iuiijuitiej of '.h'.' falhur '.'""n
Its clluots coniincuce 1V d. po-itien from the
bloirl of corrupt or iiin'inus mutter, which, in
t'ae lung", liver, mid intiriial organs, is termed
tub.Ti-h's; in the gland , i,vellimsj and on
the Mirlinv, eruptions or sores. Thisfotil cor
i nptiim, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of life, mi that stiofulous constitu
tions ni t only Miller frnin scrofulous complaint-!.
Iiut they have far less power to with
stand the attacks of other diseases; conse
quently vie nnbers perish l.y disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nnture,
lire still rendered fatal by this taint in the
system. Most of the consumption which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in tl.ii scrofulous contamination ; and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
lire aggravated by the same canc.
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous;
their persons are invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
th? blood by nn alterative medicine, and in
vii;ornt3 it by healthy food and fxereise.
Si'.c'.i a liK-dieine we supply ill
i.w,,.i,;n;ni jja l.i ii k vi uiiiiiiiiii inn,
the most ed'eetual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady, ll is com
bined from the most active remedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system -from its destructive consequences,
lleiieo it should be employed for the cure 'X
rot only Scrofula, but ulso Iho-o other uifec
tions which arise from it, such as Eiicprivn
snd Skin Diskanks, fvr. Anthony's Fiiib.
Itosr., or IIitvsii'r.i.As, I'imcm-.s, PcsTfi.r.s,
lli.orr-iii-.s, lii.AiNsand jloii.s.Ti'Moiis, Tettkii
and Salt Rih-.i j:, Scald JIiiao, Hixhwoum,
Kiiei'm vtism, fi v ni n.iTic and Mkiici iiiai. 1is
f.ai:s, lluoi'sv, Dvsi-ki'sia, DnniLirr, and,
indeed, ALL t'oMI'LAI.NTS AUISINO 1UOM VlTIA-
tr.n on Imitiii: lii.oou. The popular belief
in " impurity the blond is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose ami virtue of this Barsnp.i
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without w hich round health is iruuossible in
CQiit iniinatcd coitstiliitiuna.
roa the sptbDr cure or
Inf I'rmltlciit Fiiver, or Fvver and Aa;ne,
livtiitttuut Ki-vrr, Chill Fvr, Jumb
Aue, I'crtmllrnl llpalu.i or Itllious
lleailnclKi, nut Xiilloiis Fevers, lutlccil
for tile tvltole rlns of tlltirniics orllnat
lii. In biliary ilci-aiirmeiit, caiiaeft by
tlu illularlii of ?Iinsxikulio Couiitrlof
We are cna'jh d hero to dTcr (lie fonumuiily a
remedy ivliieli, uliilc it cures the uliovc complaints
with certainty, is still pr-.lrclly Iiuriiilcss in any
quantity, fjiicii ll remcil v is invaluable in districts
where theso niliieting iiisorilers prevail, litis
"t'l liu" expels the miasmatic puison of Fkveh
ami Alien rroiu the system, nml prevents the dc
vehipiuci't tit the disease, If taken on the first np
prnieh of its premonitory symptoms, ft is not only
thu best rniicily ever yet discovered fur this class
of contphiiitls, Vat idso the cheapest. The large,
q.iitntiiv we supply for a lul'.,u-brings itwiiliin the
reach of cu'iy body ; aiut in bilious districts, whero
t'KVKit anii AticK prevaiU, every bnilv should
have it and uic it freely Lnlh for cure and protec
tion. A gi eat superiority of this remedy over any
other over discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of IiiKruiiltctits is that it contains no Quinine.
or mineral, conscoticntlvit produces no qtiuiism on
odior injai'iuiis cllcets whatever upon the constilu-
j m i i nil,- ivviim ivwv.mv mo nvmwirj rrrtl
tfV'f'ffl"1 -frJ:Mt lo J-i.o ) tj'li i-
. l'ev;r and Ague is no(.Me)i!tle foasequenct of,
JHi nl'ilsluMic p'oisoin A great variety of disor
ders arise fron. its irritation, among hieh liro
AVioYr'vm, liwtimntiittt, lioitt, fennrAs, iWi'nrf
Tonftnirw, littrachr, Catfuri, Asthma, Vyk
litiithni, rtinfiii dftettion nf tin Spletn, Ihstrr
u, I'ain in the limoeh, Colic, I'aratynit and lit-
vtiunemrtit of the Stomavh, nil of which, when
originating in this cause, put on tho intrrmitleiit
type, or become periodical. This ' Cckk" expels
the poison from the blood, nnd consequently cures
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants ami persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. Jf taken occu
ionallv or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will bo escreted from the system, and cannot
accumulate ip siilticient quantity to ripen into dis
sase, lleuce it is even mere, valuuble for protec
tion than cure, nnd few will over suffer from Inter
mittent", if they avail themselves of th protection
this remedy nllords.
Pro3ard by Or, . C. AYEK & CO., Lowell, Mass.
GREAT WESTMtf REMEDY
' USE TEMPLE'S
Compound Syrup of
HOPS & BONESET!
For severe Colds, soreness of the Breast and
Lungs, Hoarsoness, Whooping Cough,Croup,
Chronic Cough, Asthma, and lor all diseases
of the throat. . ;, ..--
, For sale'all oyer tho country
Sold, wholcsule and retail, by
J. P. BROOKINS k SON "
J I--.! J .A.1
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Ml OHM FILBERT -M
. II tj linff"
fast trffarntrfl fro-V'tlle 'QJeCf)
,,... ;;.ifsii -a k i
with'W large aed varied stock '
HATS & CAPS,
loths, Cassimars, Tweeds, Vrstiujs,
and a large lot of
vnich he offers to his numerous customers
at as low rates as can bo bought anywhere.
BSyAll kinds of Custom Work made to
order, on the shortest notice.
The pubiio arc invited to call at his old
stand, r.) pojito the "Mationul Hotel," and
exaniino bis stock
Come along, come along, make no delay:
Cbmc from jvcry hamlet and village by the
Come and buy tho cheapest Clothes that ever
you did wear,
All w irrented to lit you neat, rntl (i l eilber
rip or tonr.
J' lton, August 23, .
J. P. BROOKINS & SOM,
PURE DBUQS & MEPICINE
Trusses, Suppcrtcra, and Shoulder
PURE WINE & LIQUORS,
For Medical Purposes;
Glass, 1'utty, Oils, Varnishes, Dye-
iblttjs; Jouacco, bnvff, and Cigars
Main Strept, 2 doors East
of the M. E. Church.
JOHN F. SPATZ begs to return his sin
cere thanks to his friends, and tho public
for the pntronngo tlie.y have so liberally be.
stowed nptin biin and to inform tkeifc that
ho still continues to keep the best brcntf, and
Hour, butter, eggs, cukes, sweets, biscuits
and other uniules which are in general de
mflhil tn urliii.lt ha hnrva In arlil Put. tliu i.t,n
fort of the public thntlie keeps the best glass
of nlc and beer arid the finest tobacco. Give
h)m a cull and you will not be d'svppointed
August 29. 1801. tf
w' ' 'I'0' Consumptives.
nMlV. ADVKRTISElt IIAVINf BKEX RK
X STORED to'Lealth in a few weeks, by n
very kiuijuo renicuv,
several years' wiifi'a
and tbiift 'dreiid uiseano, C.
alxloo's fq make Known lb his li'llpw
or tne means 01 cure.
.. . -. ttal V .1
To all who desire it, ho will send a conv
of the prescription used (free of charge,)
with tho directions for preparing nnd usiuir
the same, which they will find a sure Cure
lor Vonsumvtion, Asthma, Jlronchitis, o?c.
The only object of tho advertiser in sending
tno l rescription la to uencht the alllieted,
and spread informnti.m which ho conceives
to be invaluable, and he hopes e?ery sutler
er will try his remedy, as it will oost them
nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings County, New York,
April 23, 18G3 3 m
Editor) of Prc:
Drab Sin: With your per
mission I wish to say to the readers of your
paper unit 1 win send by return mail to all
who wish it, free sKecino, with full direc
tions for making and using a simple Vege
table Balm, that will effectually remove, in
10 days, Pimples, lllotehca, Tan, Freckles,
and all Impurities of the Skin, leaving the
same soft, clear, smooth and beau.if'ul.
I will also mail free to those having Bald
Heads or Bare Faces, simple directions and
information that will enable them to start a
full growth of Luxuriant Ilnir. Whiskers, or
a Moustache, in less t linn 30 days. All ap
plications answered by return mail without
charge. Respectfully yours,
, , TUOS. F. CHAPMAN,
: No. 831 Broadway, New York. '
July 23, l8fi3-3moc.
For the "Democratic Press."
For the "Democratic Press." A LETTER.
Fr-spa . axl FuLhcnyTpiTizp's , of
to in vour town on the 25th of
July, and having hniaricu my Dusi-
. . .. '.'j'.'i-
ne?s and Btartcu lor .homo, 1 was
assailed by persons dressed in niili
tary clothing, who molested me,
knocked nie down, and stoned me,
for lo other reason than being a
Democrat, by the false acctiFations
of boys and men of the baser sort,
who said that I had avowed my
intention to go and inform Eeicu
ard that they were coining after
him, they were stirred tip to com
mit tho deed, and contrary to my
manner of lite, I was constrained
in self defense, to ward off my
assailants by blows and kicks to
the best of my ability. I am sorry
that I hurt or bruised any of the
soldiers, for in fact they were not
the guilty parties, but those com
tcmptible, low-lived miscreants arc
the guilty ones, who fondle around
them and entice them to dViuk,
and from the effects of spirituous
liquors, their reason is darkened,
and by the false accusation of those
scoundrels who stir thorn up, they
are ready to fall upon any citizen
that is pointed out to them. I was
ona vof tho many they fell upon
with ialse knuckles anil stones, with
which they beat and stoned me
some of tho crowd cried out, "kil
him, kill him;" and more- lamonti
nble still, the women God's best.
gift to man cried out at tho top
of their voice, as they stood in the
windows, "you havo got him, kil
him ;" which was enough to excite
vengeance to tho assailants that
knows no hounds. My spilt bloo
shall be a witness against them
but for the miraculous power by
which I escaped out of their clutch
es, death would have been my fate
I sat in tho house ot refugo for
two long hours, bleeding. I looked
through the casomcnt, I saw thorn
pass and re-pass, trampling on my
blood, aud could remain unsecu by
thorn. j I 3aw thoir faces and the
light of their countenances, sonvp
of them jeering as they passed,
saying, "behold, here is blood, here
is blood," and pointing.. whero.
came jn, sayipg, ,loo,k, o-uder js
blood, " fiud . tho dooiYpoats. were
sprinkled with blood, and tho de
stroyer passed by. Ttero I sat,
had molested no one, had wronged
no out, t knew none of thoso who
so unmercifully abusod me, they
kno.v mo not, but I was pointed
out to them bv those who did know
mo, not for any wrong I had done
them, but because I differed with
them on tho political questions of
the day; notiadically, but honestly,
having tho good of tho country
and the stability of tho constitution
at all times in view, that is the
reason I was so shamefully abused
0 Libert-, thou art t jewel, how
many crimes aro committed in thy
I stayed in tho house of my ref
ugo till the bun was hid behind tho
ills. 1 saw a man in the back
ground, not afar off, to him 1 beck
oned to como forward, he was oboi
dicnt to tho call, ho procured assist
ance, water was brought in a bucki
et, .in which. I washed, then wiped
my hand 'and bloody face with o
towel that chanced .to uarjg.ftgainst
niescapo, "tttTougiiftli eavj&lft) fey
-of your to'wiVj and arrijvei at home,
near 'the hour 'of mi'dnig'liOo tlie
joy of my wife nnd children, who
had heard that I was dead or dy-
A WORD TO THE SOLDIERS.
Dear Soldiers, Do not associ
ate with improper companions, and
do their dirty work, and bo disi
graced with them. Be circunu
spect, place a high estimate upon
yourselves, let your walk and coni
versation be worthy the name you
bear, and by your good example
and high position, others may be
induced to enlist and go with you,
and if you are again called to the
field of battle, let your valor and
good conduct praise you, and your
names will be recorded in history,
and go down to generations yet
A WORD TO MY REPUBLICAN
I say to yon, claim your rights
under the Constitution, in every
part and parcel, and cxerciso them
freely, aud don't tramplo upon tho
rights of your iie'ghbors, though
they may differ . from you, for in
religion there is diversity of opinii
on, but the same God, and in pol'u
tics, there is dittercnco ot opinion,
but the same Constitution. Lot us
obey the commandments and pre
cepts of the Constitution, and claim
the protection guaranteed to us by
them. If it is right to persecute
in the quo case, it is right in the
other. Must I prove to you by an
gunient that it is day when you
can see tho auu ? Must I prove to
you when men are arrested without
duo process of law, that our libor.
tics aro in danger ? Must I prove
to you when you see mo bleeding,
mat 1 am Hurt I All know this
from the least to the greatest.
inen let us cling to the Constitu
tionthe groundwork and pallai
dium of our liberties1: let us hold
it forth to tho world as the bright
morning star, with healing under
its orb. bafo in war, safe in peace.
let us profit by its teachings : let
us profit by the good example of
cacn other, lor In this and no other
way can our conntry be brought
back to Its former glory. Let us
put sectional strife away from
among us, lot it bo' forever forgot
ten;' let iis havo no East, no West,
ntj norin, io ooutn, out.Jiho .Ijui
,oi) ana the. CJonstrfution,, ououd
inseparable,. ' pfwar
will then bo Uushcflaridj.peacer-
1.1111k giunuuo ijuucu wm ..again
oicss our once nappy laud. Com
merco will revive, our ports will bo
open to tho world, and our ships
loiuay in oauie arrayed, will asraiD.
carry the products of our soil to evi
ery clime: tho Stars arid StriDes
vril! again wave, on every hill-top,
aud in every valley throughout
tno length and breadth of our land.
Let us persevere in a cause so wise
and beneficial, and all the world
will beiold with admiration our
national greatness aud individunl
happiness, and may that beautiful
emblem of American liberty the
Star Spangled Banner forever wave
over our "land of the free and the
lomo cr the brave."
FRIENDS. JOHN KISLING.
"The "government's" wife, it
is stated, has recently purchased a
new shawl and bonnet, preparatory
to visiting Cambridge college
where tho "government's" arm i
ntR-A single woman haa o-mmr.
ally but a single purpose, and we
all know what that Js,
Lincoln's Last Joke.
Our humorous Chief Magiatiite
was lately ytd.bjr,j,one of the
on gentry, , v()0 cpngdtnyy ext
pre'ssefX .thiWpV i;d,c. v,on
fnong thd Ao11fi0nis;'tbatrLee'8J .,'
army would"- b'd ,bnVgedTho
President grinned ttho utlhost of
his classic mouth; and remarked
that he was afraid there vould b
too much "nigger mathematics" In
it. The visitor smiled at the alfd-
eion, as he felt bound in poHtenew1
to do, supposing there must bev
something in it, though he eould ?
not see the point. "
"But I suppose you don't know "
what 'nigger mathematics' U," con
tinued Mr. Lincoln. "Lay down
your hat a minute and I'll tell yon."
lie himself returned the sittings
posture, leaned back in his chair,
elevated his heels on the table, and '
went on with his story. "There
was a darkey in my neighborhood,
called Pompey, who from a certain
quickness in figuring up the price
of chickens and vegetables, jjotthe
reputation of being a mathematics
"Mr. Johnson, a darkey preacher,
heard of Pompey, and called to see '
him. 'Hear ye're a gret mat-mt'u
shum, Pompey.' 'Yes Bar, you jas
try.' 'Well Pompey, Ize compound
a problem in mat'matics.' 'All :
right, sar.' 'Now, Pompey, s'pose
dero am troo pigeons sittin' on a !
ia'i fence, aud you fire a, gun at
'em and shoot one, how many 's
lelt? 'Iwo, ob coors, replies
Pompey, ufter a little wool scratch-, ,,
ing. 'Ya, ya,ya,' laughs Mr. John- .
son; 'I knowed you was a fool,-"'
Pompey ; dere's none left ; , cne's ,
dead, and dudder two's flown away.' (
"That's what makes me say," '
continued Mr. Lincoln, "that 1 am.
afraid there was too much nigger
mathematics in the Pennsylvania
campaign." And the result showed'.
that in this instance, at least, tho
anecdote suited the fact. Lee's ar
my was the three pigeons. One oi. . .
them wns taken down at Gettys
burg, but tho other two flew off '
over the Potomac.
A N honest man is the noblest work -'
of God, but tho edition is small.
iguTha Medical Times says that'-'
a consumptive patient, now under 'Y
treatment,. is taking cream, with t
better effect than was experienced
under the coddivpr oil previously r?
tried. Our advice is for all who 1
have, or think'they have con'sump-,,
tron, to adopt a cream diet. Eat
the pure sweet cream, abundantly," '
as much of it as the Btomach will; o
digest well, and wt doubt not, t bain ,
hwi.ll prove quite as,..cftcptual a .
tho piirost cba-hver oil'that can bo
!,bouoh.',),, i' ,,J :na" r'qawj
.. arM. Asravais. pjrfw&ftj?
ologjr at Sl!raa,Wtita5
a new metal frbm the nrindfai 1itJ-,a'
tors of Alsace. It is yellow llike-an
gold, but is soft as lead. It bar ,j
been introduced among tne tana "
jewelers.' ' ' . . ' " 11
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A Novel Statue. One . of tho,- ..
largeai; pieces oi ,i ennsyivanla an
thracite that ever reached Boston
is now shown there in the form of
a life-size American Indian. It
was taken from a coal vein 9 feet
thick, and cut into its uresent
shape by a common miner; It k'
said to show real talent on the part
of the rough sculptor, presenting
the appearance of solid cast iron.
Tub total amount of land nnrW
flax cultivation In Ireland, amount
to 147,957 acres.
MOKTALITT IN ENGLAND. In the
ten years, 1851-60, the annual mor- -
tality in the districts comprising
the chif towns was 84.57 per l,0pQc4
living; in the districts comprising1,
small towns and country parishes. ,J
19.77; in all England, 22.24. The
deaths of males averaged 23.18 per
i,uvu livinp; oi it males, only Z1.84.