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SURGEON BE K
Sign of "IheGoldea Tooth,"
My7 '63 .1 , ' .
SHIRT MANUFAGTOH Y.
DK'.LEIl IN FINK LINENS, BOTH
lrih nd Ciprinuu and Ueolle' ea's
1 . 1 r 1 1 nhi y .Ciioos h rjr t( all kiisdd.
t i.tLi"ii"itiilr to'' order, by lnunsure
raniir. um) a neat fit guaraiittdi .
i'a er I'at'.crns cut;
KO 9, WISlfpOTTETH 8TBUET, '
Opporite lh Steeple with Golden Hunt!,
"SptclhSer 3f 1863-JI'y m
OM) IRON taken in (ixohaiiR for goodl
Bt 11. ficynolds' Stove and Tin Maiiut
lorv, West Main St., Eaton.
p lEATON, (.).,
riF.Tj promptly attend to the protect!
tr -t- f-7 iu.J...v.uiiius 101 1 uiiiui;s, rrfnra
tl w. ivy, 'Boijrtty'loner, 4e. ,on euall ot
military olaitnantii, Jkc.
l ees, in eoinpliunce with the laws of Con-
Vfi also !.) nn liaml a general assort
ment of Kcrenue 81 amps, and nro prepared
v , i'VS.sV'U0 !l C-jiitraeti, Leases, Deeds,
mf4f J'l $t!i? jttrrt)ints leqairinj
's'jaiiip, ithliHiitns and-iiipatch.
Office a tt the old Stand. '
'fJl'LilORE & CAMPBELL.
Eaton, Jan. 8, 1863. tf
ia m UNION f
" f pHfif Mbseflbets wold rerfpeotfully ; call
L 'be aitontion of the public to their large'
and well selected Stock of Paiu.or, (Tu..k,
t f.Mi Sltotfitovcr fffhejcelebinled .Cook
Stofe called tho " ' " j
m 41 it i .
is a otove that cannot do surpassed by any
other in the West. It has the largest flues,
t. he largest qven, and heaviest plates of any
'-'tn e,''TM. ?'iio'wnei.Bpbenht!ful Coo).
Has gained for itself reputalio.i not equal
od.by any other atove ;. t
Tti "J?.clfr fyK' A newjiocl bcaulil'nl
; $U(4 Kve-a oomi.t-iu nm.lr n.t :
i'arltr Stoe. 1 '
QUTTERrf (h VALLEYS,-
ifn op -lort-noticej fd warranted 'o
attended to. !5f-
&SrV:n.ii wanted oi
5 NORDYKE & JOHMSON,
M, uopper,, ana uncei iren ware)
,CJTY ST.OVft STOHK,...No TV Mais St.
Jol Work donoliy U:prionccil Workmen.-
CSTCooK, parlor, ( Lurih & FLtp Stoe.
...August 1?, J8C3 6m. .
A compound remedy, designed to be the most
elfeetual Alteratire that can be made'. It is
a concentrated extract of Pura Pnrsnpori!!,
so combined with other substances of still
greater alterative pewer as to afford an effec
tive antidoto for tho diseases Sarsnpaiilla is
reputed to cure. It is Mievcd that such a
remedy is wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accomplish -their euro must prove of Immense
service to this large class of ourafllictal fullow
eitisens. How completely this compound will
do It has been proven by expel iment on many
of 'the worst cases to be found of the fcllowing
complaints : :
ScltOFl'I.V A Nil ScliOrt'I.OlM O) i-T.UNTS,
KlUT'tlONS AND f :ft'TIVK DlSKVSn', Ui.cv.ns,
Piui'Li'.s, Hi.oTeni, Tenons, B ti.c IIhucm,
ScAto llu.vn, Svi'iiu.is and Hvrinr.iTio Af
rntTtoxs, MiiiioeniAi. D'iskask, Dliotsv, Xaw
HAI.GIA on Tin I)oiii.oi;iu:ex-, UeiiimtV) Dvi
rarsiA and Indiokition, HKv.iti'ia.m, llosn
or Sr. Atnioxv's Fntii, and ind ed 'ha whulo
class of coniplahrtj uri-iug from I ircun v ojr
. This eompomul will be found a great pro-
. nioter of health, when hik-n in the spring, to
expel tho foul humors which festef in th
bloud at lliat 9?aon of tlio'cav. Ilvtlistimo
ly !ptilion of thwn many rankling dUmlers
are nippod in tlio Um 1. Miiltitud m c;ui, by
tliu aid of this remedy, spare .ennelves f:o.n
tiio endnrtmco of riiil.vii;itioii.ani ulcarom
soriiH, tliroii3li,wliieli tlw system viil strive to
rid itself of corruptiwu, if no: assisted to lo
this through the nutmal ehanndi of the body
bjf an alierativo tucdieiiic. C'lenuso out tlio
vitiated blood whenever you Had its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruption,
or sores j cleanse it w hen yoa Hud it Is ob
structed and sluUli in tlia veins ; cleanso it
whenever it is foul, mid your feelings will tell
you when, liven whore no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing tin bloo.l. Keep ihi
i blood bcaltby, mid all is well j but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health.' Sooner or later--something
must go wrong, and tho Rret rrnthinery o1'
life is disordercil or overlhiown.
Bnrsnparilla has, and .deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. Hut
the world has been cjjregiousljr deceived by
preparations of it, partly bccaiuo the dnij
.llono has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but mora becau?o many prcpnrHtions,
pretending to bo concentrated extract of it,
contain but little of the virtue of fjarsaparillu,
' or any thins else.
Duiing late years tlio puV.ia have been n.is-
by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
: " t of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
i t Wn ve been frauds upon the sick, for
tney not uiily contain . liltl", if any, Sursopa
rilla, but often 110 curative properties whatev
er. Kvnce, bitter and painful 'disappointment
has followed the use of tlio various extracts ef
Barsaparilln w Inch Hood tho market, until the
namo itself is justly cspiscd, and h-.i 1 become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we cull this compound Sarsaparii!j: and intend
to supply such a remedy us shall .-ercuu the
name from tho lend of oh'.oipiy which rests
upon it. And wo think wo ha. o ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible'
by the ordinary run of the '..cases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure thou- compltto
eradication from the syslcin, the remedy should
h judiciously taken according lo directions on
tho bottle. ' '
DlC. J. C. & CO.
J -LOWELL, MASS.
Price, (I per Uvttle Six Uottln for $3,
Ayer's Cherry .Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown fur thu cure if
every variety of Throat and J.iiuij Complaint, that
it ts enliiely unnecessary for us to recount tho
evidence of its virtuos, wherover it h.u been em
ployed. As it has lung been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure ths people its qualily is kept up to tko bout
it ever 1ms ben, and that it luny lie rcli-v! on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
. Ayer's - Cathartic" Pills,
Costiwieas. Jaundice. Dusnemia. Iurl!,i;an.
Dgunttfy, Foul Stomaci, Kryiipdan, Jlcurkici.e,
KhtumatUm, Eruptions and S!;m Dineaies,
Lver Complaint, Dropsy, Teller, Titmort uud
bait Khtum, Worms, , Uont, XetfraiM, at a
Dinner Pill, ntot foi Purifyinj tha Btooil.
Thsy art sugaif-cott.ed, so that live most sf na
tive can-tllio tliem pleaxftntlr, and they am the
best apcritnt in the world for all tho piuiioses of
family physic. . . .
Prloe 23 oat3 par $ox; iTlva bens for $1.03.
Great numbers Of O rgymrn, Phvntnns, States
mRr and eminent licrsonsee.-hnva hut their
loiuedioj, but eiu Sfyre h.ere will not peontt tlie
nlsn gratis aurAJlintievN ArM.Nrii which ihev
nireriiunjr mera. 1 y Agents oeiow nanipu l.sr-.
are a v
ar4 given v with alio full :dasorlni;oni of the nU.vi.
eomninin tt,.su4 tr.Uici!t. dinlulil be JjU
"...-.r? rw'-i-rsivi-te. -.- .....
nur oa pue ou t,y nnprmeipieir denVff J with
Dreoaration) thrv m-it-n ..a n..
jjeratad Araii'svAb talce no ethers, - i lia sich
' Hfiii'or's' Old Cmer)'lftat Main' Sflrtei,
r JiLlTOX, ouio.1 .'.
HA VI NO taken th; r.i'6ce
forinorl.V curried on ty K
vi-iuiiitr, would respectfully inft
tlio uitiMilioirof t.lio lmblit" to fli'jir
well snlei'ted-stock of t, ,
cuc:i as '
SL'GIU, M0L.4SSEStlTJ.' '
CofFoej Teaj Spices, Candles,
lETJITS, NUTS, CANDIES,':
FLOUR. 'MEAL ViGETABLES
' : 33 itt or, Jj2ggtj '
MUSTARD, r.AKtXa POWDE,'
FJSII, SALT, fcHK!-H, IMCE, -SOlvf
,j: Pvwder, Shut, Lead, -Capi?;"
" 'rcii Ai-- ri.j
.Fork?, : . ..v-45;ikodj - Az!8
Slik6, ' Knivcf, IJolts '.
Lovk, ! (JirnletA, . ' Xailis, '
fAo?U Uoat r ,,tl,cr articles (oo nunwMU
to m.c'!t'0,V- 1 h? kW v?f? V1 Mni'
m.Rllt of Lverythur-; usually kept in a l'.am-
iiy lxroccrv, win mi niov nrc auicrunncu 10
' As Cheap ds tho Cheapest'!.
-' ta-An kindi hf ConnUy h'JuekiSiei
iti exchange for Groceries,
usual 27, 1S:It-iii
MICHAEL FILBERT ,
Nliil in tho licltl
- 1 i
I TK has jn.it returned from tho "(Jute
L i. City" wilh a liu-go tied varied stock
. HATS & CAPS, ,
'Cloths, Ccissimncs, Twrcds, Vesting
and a lurja lot of ;
Yiiieh ho oners to his numerous 0 ' fltf
at ns low rhtes as can W ljon(.ht 011) where.
tZT'Ml kinds of t'a'itam M'ork inhdo. ;to
order, on the shortest notice. '
'I'hs puolli arc invited to call at his 0I11
stand, f. ,,o3ito tha :"Xntional ilotel," and
exu:niue ins mode
Come along, come along, m'aka no delay:
Como from very hamlot and village by the
way; - ,. ,
Come an 'iny the chontiest Clothes f 'wit evor
yuu um wear,
All wwntc l to fit vou nedt, "n-! -Hher
y nf. or tear. , ,
'iton, A u just 23, - il
IOF ALL KINDS ;
Also Warehouse Trucks,
Letter Presses, &o.
Fairbanks. G-reenleaf & Co,
I72Lak3 StrseS. CHICAGO.
3j. I in J,nji.i:ii-i by L'a.i 1 : t V t ri : 1 '
Be careful to buy only the geuuiiiQ ,
-c': ... .. I'EAciiEs. . : ;;:
., Tho unilcr.sigiwil-j-whp vesiiles ?, miles
iuth cast of Eaton, is now prepared lo de
liver litiy qutiijtr of 1'eaehes, of -the best
varieties, at pricas rouging, from $1 00 to
$isj(r. per tbuhcL..c Seud on your orders
early. . . :: RUUEN"WCO--.
tw5..Whcu von are ruiintno- from
to b.3 -slou t to bo
DIGNITY OF THE PRESIDENT.
him have a look at his '"life." -
'fesident JtiincuU dctuB.notiCOuse'
- - p h i v j. ie i 1 1 1 r a (tn iro 1 1
which ciowu ins . inarvelously. re
tentive memory. ,A recent caso' is
told of the manner in which he
dosed. an interview with and si
lenced '.further ' intercession from,
a woman, who was begging for tha
lif of nur husband, u eoldiur sen
tenced to bo .allot.-
III tlw VVust,
I'onueriy uioro than ,iiow, tio "bot'
torn lainJj,'", as tlwy uro' calTud,. iu
ilm-es ubuunilud wiifi duor. Tim
jigs, aUo, were iie;ustoiuod to run
in the buiiio "boitoius," ami oiily
thoritj.M-lio liad coiiaiilurablo skill
as LuiUurs cutiKl disi.ingu'wiii tho
truuka of tlio tlccr . I'poiu "thoso ut'
1I10 iiis). llcncu i uufiuiw a V1'"'
verb yt iVuitlcss liuntin tlutt uno
IkkI spout Ii'ls -i!uy in following
j'ig tracks.'' Tliu Prbsuloiit tolil
tlio woman that t!i! c.-.coution ot
hor-litisGantl had hocu ordered by
tho War Department, and ho could
liot Interfere. I3ho bejjgutl him to
go "over to the War .Depart men t
imd havo the order revoked. "It" a
of no use for nia to go. Tiiey do
thingf) iu their own way thero, ami
I dont amount1 to pig tracks in the
The Chamber of Death ! Per
haps no public man has had the
courage to send to the Chamber of
Death, an it is called at tlio London
Times oilice, and ask the editor to
iippear bcloio the ureath n out ot
the body, as recently oci'irred in
the ciuo 01 Lord Clyde, lh
times takes great care about these
inattei'3. feome ve.ira ago a report
was brotiiclit to iho omuo at eleven
o'clock atv night that Lord John
Rusael was tlead. Mr. "Walter,
who goes to the ofliee much more
frequently than is "supposed, hap
pened to bo. there. A consultation
ie;poctinj it immodiately took
place with writers and editors, and
a gentleman ot tact and experience
(vile- ficnt off in tho middle of the
night lo Lord John's residence
Chcjliam-placi), to intpiire into tho
truth or 'falsehood' ol the report
Hj noon tliscove.ed that it arose
out of exaggerated report; of a
slight indisposition, which had
been inagnWied into- tho death oi
tha noble lord; but, short as was
his absence from the otlice, in the
iriteriuni amide menus had been
taken to meet the emergency tho
fatal casket had been opened, the
record ot a lite which would form
in itself no unimportant chapter
in the history of the country, was
displayed, and an army ot biogra
pliers, editors, and printers were
prepared to raise tho ghost of tho
departed nobleman, and fix the
iiieturo in its frame bc-foro the
morning light had dawned upon
tho sleepers of London. When tho
messenger returned, and it was
found that the intelligence was
false, tho memoir was ru-consign-ed
to its resting-place in the cas
ket, the Chamber of Death closed,
the rciectoJ columns replaced, and
tho world was informed that the
Times was , rejoiced to bo able to
state that tho rumor of tho illness
of bo distinguished a nobleman
was wholly without foundation.
' A Gianhis tub AitJir. A pair
6f Government shoes was last week
made in Doston for a Norwegian,
a man of gigantic proportions.-
The size is No, 20, and tlio mca'si
ure at follows! JleellG inches, nn
li Tiiches, instep 12, iuehes,
I inches. Ilo is a .color sen
in. an artillery ,'regitiieut of
the n'rmy. and is at hresenS at
Fort Hamilton. Now York harbor.
i hi-. : ;; - . : ' - .- :
i-WoMES "never appeared, upon the,
stag's-itmong tho ancients." Their
parts were represented by men
til as late as XGG3, wlten Charles II
ni's't'ohcou raged -th p appearance of
-ttfowMhe 'rulr!ie.;;'''"'; ' '
Tunnel Through the Alps.
ft,; : . 1 ,--
,i ne.greatest snigio cngincerin
tVftiw;ever: iiW'tViV''H flns-tilm
Cenis.. A report ou this . subject
has lately becu presented to the
lloifso of the Italian Parliat
inent by tho -Minister of i'nblic
Works." This tunnel was begun in
1S-j7, and ; that year and the two
following were spent in prelimi'
nary operations, such as the con-iund
struetioii of houses; workshops, ic
Wheiv computed vtavul he Hourly
8:mile4 in length. - Mr: Daitlett,
an English. engi lejr, set iu opera
tion .a steam boring machine; soon
after .opcratioiH wore commeiieed,
and about eight .times' -the buantii
ty of work, was done by it that had
been done by hand. Put steam
co ild not bo' used for boring iu the
interior of the tunnel, on aeeounb
ofawantof" am The Italian en
gineers thoa proposed to substitute
eompreiscu : air instead ot steam1,
and their .nielhodis now in' full
will unite Eracewith Italy, by rail,
and it is to bo a joint work between
the (iovtriinicntj of tho two couin
tries, Franco 'paying a- largo port
lion of the cost. It is- calculated
hat tnis tunnel will be completed
in twelve and a half years from ti e
period of its commencement ; but
with ordinary band drilling it
would hove required twenty-live
years', labor. This work ''proceeds
ttoTf nftliB'vnto 2.G00 feet per an -
num. Tho use of compressed air
to operate the drilling machines,
not only affords the power for this
purpose but. also supplies air for
respiration to tho miners. At one
end". 720 men are employed ; at the
other,900. Tho cost thus far has
been about 2,510,400. : '
: Laukf.-V.-i ov the IIaiieas Con
I'.L's. Ilijnry Laurens was Presi
dent of tho Continental Congress
in 1770. In 1780 ho was sent as
miliistcr to Holland. Ou his way
ho was captured and imprisoned in
the Tower of London for fourteen
months. '' When Lord Shelburne
beeamo Premier, Laurens was
brought up on habeas corpus, and
released. After his release, he was
treated wilh great kindness' ami
rcf.pc'ct by th liritish authorities,
lie dined with Lord 'Shelburne:
After' dinner, tho conversation
turned on the separation of the
two countries, Lord Shelburne rei
'I ain Eorry for your people."
"Why so?" asked Laurens..
'Theyt w ill lose, tho habeas con
pus?' was tho reply.
'L'cso the habeas ' corpus,' said
Laurens. ; : ' '
'Yes,' said Lord Shelburne.
'Tl'o iKirehased it wilh centuries of
wrangling many years of fighting
and had it confirmed by at least
nlty nets ot 1 nrlilimonr. 111 this
taught the nation its value; and ft
is so engrained in their creed, as
the very foundation of their liber
ty, that no man or party will ever
daro taample' oh it.- Your ' people
will pick it up, "and attempt to use'
it; but having cost.. nothing, thoy
will not know how to appreciate
it.: .'At the first great inimai fund
that you have, Jthe majority will
trample upon .it, .and the' pooplo
will perm't it to Re done, and bo
will go your libertr. Published.
Journal of Henry Loiireus.. -
cr3i.lt is said thatthc army of the
Potomac has captured'' four little
ragged newsboys, and locked them
up in tho guard-house, what will
they do with them; sell U.giu to the
shoddy, contractors for' rags? ,
tion ot bliakespearo, JIcAlHIun &
Co., of Loudon, acknowledge their
indebtedness of 'Jobs diullock,
brass finisher, 'of Aberdeen, for
valuablo dotes. He ia said to be
ooe of tho bost studifntu of English
literature in the klii'jdnru.o "''
. . ...0
Time to Cut Timber.
I fifty-live years, constantly: ivotfk
L6wer lug and. using most all' . kiiwla of
timber, more especially, oak,, rw'h,
and walnut. I have teiirnt.by cVo'ar
experience, for I hnve. lost' much by
i tlio elfects' of worms jn my tinvber,
A short time siuooIbnW ft stafc
menc on tnis .sutiiect in ft" news'
paper. I wish to frTve my own ex
perience and observatkm for over
have louiid when . tinibor may
bo cut and havo no vorkii3,.or powi
derpost, as i it is called.' Cut. tim
ber from tho middle of September
to theiuiddlo of Doecnibor and you
irannot get a worir. into'.if.' (Jotoi
bcr and Novoiivboi' are ptrhaps tho
best mouths, and sure to avoid tho
worm?. " '
You cut from March to Jituc,
and you cannot savo tho: timber
ironi wovins or, borers... May used
to be called "peeling time" in. my
boyhood ; much was then done iu
procuring bark for the tanneries,
when tho sap is up iu the.- tru.uk
and all tho pores arc full of sap ;
whereas in "Ootober those 1-oi'cs.iiro
ull emptythen i3;ho timj to cut,
uud there will bo lib' worms. "Wheu-
! ever you see an ox-bow with. tho
j baric tight, there are no worm3; no
po'.vderpoft, and you cannot sepa
rate it from tho wood : and what
is true in. one kind is truo.io, uil
kinds of timber, and every kino lias
its peculiar kind of wcrm. Tho
piao has, I believe,', the largest
worms ; and these, worms work for
j many years. 1 have found them
! alive and at wtrk in whith oak
epokes that I knew had been in my
garret over twelve yeary. and thev
were much larger thau at first';
they do not stop iu the say, but eoiu
tinuo into tho.soiid part..' I do. not
think of buping timber uulcsjlt is
cul in tho time ubjvo alliuknl to.
I havo wondered that there!has
not been more, said ou thU subject,
as it is one of great importance, e
ven for fire wood, tmd especially
for shipbuilding, kc I havo all
ready, perhaps, prolonged this ar
ticle, tjo much. Now I want to
inquire of some of the wise of this
enlightened age, whence and when
do theso troublesome creatures
come ? Have they any parropts ?
how como they in this solid wood?
wasthffro aii egg deposited that
caused tho -worm, or how did ho
come into being ? Wa know thoy
are there ; End now, will some one
please to show us the. way, ami all
about origin, &e., and they" will
much cbligo your humble servant,
Reading, Sept. 8, 1863.
CiilcA'jo .Wood . Pavemknts.
Tho Board of U'orks in the city of
Chicago have given tho preference
to wood 'pavements-'over tKdso of
sfone, 'as being the mr)st '1da'rablo
of any kind yot used there - Tho
following is a. description, of tho
method of fonstruetioij;;:-Lay
down llooring'of 1-ihell boafd ou
a bed of 'sand ; coat , the1 ftoorVitU
asphaltum ; stand on 'jpiid -Wocka
of wood Cinches high; bje 3 .Inches
thick and 9 iuuhes" ju ,.iijgtji, in
rotys about 1. inch apart,' ( divided
by strfpsof board. '-Fill' ?u theso
open narrow epacfctfitfv:'a?phalx
turn and pebbles,-4udir thou cover
tho wholo with asphaltam; -There
arc six mile3 of these pa'vi;mcn(s i;t
Chingo, wliich aher six'y6ars con
stant wear, are found fo be nearly
as perfect-as wheii laid downi
1 Tin; f-teamboat Mary- Powell,
running on tho 'Hudson'4 rivtr be
tween .New York and Poughkbcps!,
lately made tho run between lh"1
two cities in, the rtuminr'tiino ot
l --j nines per. injur, one 1.1 liel'i to
uu tne PTcnmuoat 1 n Iho
.... . , ;iJ ,
1 'A'STtTA-jr carriage, whie'lilia:! been
running ou - tlio- horso railroad
tnilloj. tn- Boston, wu matcietl hut
week iu a trial ol speed-afc Xiihhau,
N. IL, against a pacing m;rc, for
ft stake of
.' J 'I 1