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DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
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IPR f CIBTaKT Oy TATB,
H'lLLlA M W. AKNlSTROm
Of Seneca ,Cunty.
tUPRBMB JDOOII, .
Uf Fairfield Coumy.
(Te 61) racaoey Lon tern)
MACUIAS C. WIIITKLEY,
Of Ilanceck County.
(To fill taCJiioi al.tht tr)
ALEXANDKH S. HOYS,
Of Highland Coumy.
LYMAN K. CKITCHF1ELD,
COMPTF.OUEROF TBI TKKA8URJT,
, WILLIAM . V. I'liEMi,
Of Franklin Ccu'n.y.
ALIlXAMEK S RAMSEY,
BOARD OP PUBLIC WORIf
pf inland CouLty.
. Of iuglaze County.
THE CHICAGO DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION
Few York, June. 21 At
pieeting of the Executive Commiti
tee of the National Democratic
Convention, held here to-day,
was voted that in deference to the
desire of a very Urge number
the leading members of the Com
servative Union Democratic party
throughout the country, tho meet,
ing of the Natioual Democratic
Convection be postponed to Mon
day, August 29th, 1804, at l2o'
clock at at Chicago.
A BELMONT,CH'n FREDERICK O,PIERCS,Sec'y
8a.Our friends and readers must
excuse us for the finall quantity
J'eadiug matter we furnish this
'.v;ck. Sickness, apd a great rt'sh
pf job work are the cause of it.
The rebels were severely repuli
f A in an attack or Shtriuau's lines
on Saturday. Their loss is put
General WiJJ fs oll as Geni
cral Barlett was captured by the
lebies at Petersburg
Govifior Vance' has boen re'
elected Govmior of North Ci.
Th" Richmond Whig claims a
victory tor General Eualy over the
Fedtrals at Kernstown.
'1 l e n lk-f are caid to be retreat,
ing from Ttnsj lvania via Bedford
TheFfderallpss in the late bah
tie at JVerehufg is get down
2,500. exclusive of the missing.
The War Department have
ceived advices of a considerable
bnd.y ofthQ eiii-my?s cavalry near
""LetMburg; An effort is bvTnglpade
o preveut their crossing.
, . The Lonilou Times' Richmond
correspondence, of the Sd of June,
uays Richmond is perfectly safe,
uud can be held by a single Con-
. iederafe corps against the Federal
There is a report fhat Gen. N.
Forrest died at Columbus. Miss.,
on lhe22d of July, of lock-jaw,
A telegram from the army
tho Tptpmac states that a Military
Court of Inquiry be cpuyufd
. to inquire iu'to the causes of
late disaster in front of Petersburg
, The total Fedesal loss in the affair
atPetenburg on Saturday lust
sut jiowji at 5,640. -
Lincoln's Fast Day.
Yes, tbis i ovr Linclon fast day.
."His Jipnnr was brought up a Pres.
byterian, th Scotcl) Presbyterian
Church bolds au annual fast
; from sir, w)at Lineol'8 fust
meau8,.we do not prattend Jo know.
' II may be a fast day frm sheading
blood, or it may bo a,n acknow.
lodgment of ,nort,liorn Bine,' or it
may bo a day set npar,t to, emty
tlie atomaclis of the, VVanjiipejton
Cabinet, to prepare then) like
Jonah's whale to swallow, up 6,00
000 more men on next New Year's
duy. IJnt what Lincoln's fuit may
really mean we know pot; but we
do inow'tlmt we have got a touch
of the Cholera, u;d are oompe)le,d
to " thijik and smoke tobacco."
We leave tlx J keepng of Lincoln's
faet day to J incoln's parusUee, and
to thosa ho have bright till
theee calamities upon the country,
thinking, that if they were 'to fast
to the end or' their unworthy lives.
they jyonld make but a small utone.
ment for the misery ad wretched.
ncssthey have caused. As a med
$ca student, wo advW all our
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renders to me cr.ionue ot iimo
plentifully in their water closet.
during this hot season, and then
we predict that all Lincoln's .fast
or least days will not hurt them."
Lincoln's Fast Day. A SINGLE THOUGHT FOR
Sic, The time has fully come,
wh'-n our present war should be
brought to c:o-e. VVe liavo xpunt
three year uud .live nionths in
iight ing our own brut hers bone
ot our bone, and flesli of our
flesh ! and still we are uoc at the
i e . ...i ..i. ...
jt.uHi iyr v ii i vii we Bei one. uur
"'n to Richniond-' is u circle, wltl
out ati end round and round ; and
1 expect that our on to Atlanta
will turn put to be like pur "on to
Richmond." What are you going
to make of our country? Must
the entire population be destroyed?
Don't you sec that the laws of t;a
ture which aro but tho law of
God are being pervei ted, subvert
ed, and thwarted by your imperia
rule. Tens of thousands ot bus
bands, and hundreds of thousands
of young men have been shot, or
rendered useless for lite, by the
great American Republican war,
These men were sent into the wprlj
to be fruitful to replenish the
earth and to multiply, and the
iaw of i.ecency and order demands
thi man should marry, and con
sequcnt'y. God created woman to
be a helpmeet for him. What
then, is to become of our fine young
women, who must remain singlo.
because t)e vouna- men who wmilil
become their husbandt, are shot on
jtho battlo-field ? This fact, sir.
maj cause tl)e looli8h t0 8,nile but
it is a m b: serious thing, anQ
ought to lead you and your Cabi
net to ponder your political path.
You are striving with your Maker,
and you know, sir, that it is writ
ten "Woe unto bim that Btriveth
with his Maker." To turn women
on to the streets of New York,
or any other city, in order to free
the negroes, is a crime of which
xhould not like to be guilty.
To reflect upon the past three
years of your reign, must be to you
a fearful ta.'k. ThiiiK, sir, of the
number of men killed and wounded
o:i the battle field think of tho
national debt created-, think
hearts broken think of the nnm
ber of women made widows
think of the number of children
made fatherless think of the
property destroyed, and then go
lied, uud try if you can' sleep sound
ly. Loo, sir, at our taxes, and the
prico of clothing, and thuii ask
yourself '-Uqw can tho people
iive?" True, they may turn out In
to. the JuOSrJpuiJU.' fccow andJbogs,
and eat grass, or they can die. ' t
Sir, our couutry : ruined.
'iertaiuly was a great uud glorious
country, "a broaij land of wealth
unknown," but it is blighted, and
the mildew pf God's displeasure,
and your infatuation rest upon
How Ipng the people of America
will submit to be dratted, and
tj the slaughter pen, to satiate you,
sir, I sttsy not to ask. All who are
for war, let tLem go to war.
shall qever utter one. wprd tp dis
suade any man from going to war,
but still, I am opposed to all warsf
Mui. inorp pspeciany so 10 our pres
ent war, ftgaiijst our own brothers;
both the NprJb and the South
to be blamed, and J condemn both,
aud I condemn your policy,;
I have the honor to be,
Right Honorable Sir,
- Your obedient Servant,
W. Firouson, ,
Ed. Eaton ''Eemocratiu Press."
It Is eai l, that the rebels, under
Early, liow engaged in the n. anion
of Maraud, uymber about 75,000.
"We take pleasute in noticing' the
retain of the following soldiers,
who are at home on furlough t " .
Col. Morton, of the 81stp. V. l.f
J. F. Hid'ino.ur, of ,tho Ba.nie, who
lost his1 left arm tt the battle of
Ressaca. ,Qa., Clinton Nelson, oi
the 22ml O. V. I.und Jpseph.yail,
of the5tb ay. p."'"''
THE GREAT PETERSBURG
THE GREAT PETERSBURG EXPLOSION.
GpiFrntMi i Co., who are always
on the lookout, have secured a
quantity of I)ry Goods, from the
ruins, of . several urjfe vbtublish
inuntd urnt..i ininilu their urA R.ll.
in,r i .,rim ..ntt. TW- U the time
:rp ,T" t - - -
ii i i rri. . i: k n..1
to calLuiid buy. The firm ot Cotti
mauiCo.is' bound to flourish
Iiecauae they , do business, on the
" small iiiofitt aud quick ' returns"
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Frazik & Nb always keep some
thing nice 011 han tor you, in hot
watLer. at tlisir Saloon, on AJaiu
During the hot season, every
body wants ti keej?cppi. Al) that
believe iu this doctrine, should pay
U Vib'lt iO JtHK FLEMINU'S Ii:t;
Cream Sulotfn, in L. T. Mc Cube's
building, on Baron Street, Eaton.
COOL OFF. SUBSTITUTES, SUBSTITUTES.
lVem and Brother are now celling off
their large stock oi dry goods, at cost pi ice
The goods are first class r.ow is the time
and the chance for Ladies and geutleinen
to buy grtiat bargains call in. You wil
findtke (store next door to Dr. Minor's corui
Geo. Lockoood will have somet
thing important tp say tp the hub
lie, next week.
Timothy Goodwin, ail in r ) Preble Probat
of Jackson P. Kush,dec'd, . Court. Pet;.
vs. . tion to sell
Eliza Ann Rush, et al. ! lands to pay
J debts, etc;
BY order nf court, On the 5th day of
Sepleinbi'r, betwen the hours of
It) o'clock A. M. and 4 Oclock P.M..
will offer for sale on the premises, at public
auceti, the folowing renl estate, situaed.
in Preble couiiy Ohio, and described as
follows, to w t: Uegenning at the North
West quarter, of section 2.'t. in To" ship-l,
f Hange I East; thence South 81 V J t on
the quarter section line 155 poles to corner
: the center of the turnpike road; thence
oouili. Jj Lut, r I poles M links, to
come' in the ccmer of sai1) pike; thunceN.
H4, A'usl 141 poles and 11 links to a con
er in the Etist line of said quarter; thence
North 4i, Weston the quarter section line
81 poles and 21) links to tho place of begin.
ing coiitan ing 7! acri-s utore or less.
To be sold free and clear of dower, and
Terms of Sale: Or.o third down, an'res'
idueiu two en ill annual l avments, tobe .r in
terest! and be secured by mortgage uu the
Adm'r of Jackwin . Rush, dee'd'
Gi'u-.oru i. Cumpbcil, Atty s
Aug 4, 18ii-l 5w Pr. f, $8,00
LEGAL NOTICE SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
David P. W. Ozias, Plaintiff,
JoknW. Weakly, el al.Defts.
IN pin sua np of n a order if sale by the
Court of Common Pleas of Preble Oouuty,
U , end to iik directed 1 will offer for sale
at public auction, at the dot I of the Court
House, in Kalon, Ohio,
On Weiutidiiy the l)th day if 4"!i"i,
A. I) Irtil, h I oclock, P. to., thelotlowing
descrilied real estate, sitnate in .the couir
al'Preble. and Stale of Ohio, to wit: "The
vorth East Quarter ol Section No nine, (!l)
Township No six, (6) of Range thr 'e, (i)
East, containing 162 acres more or less.
Appraised at tpKODII 00.
'I HUMS OK SALE One third csh
hand; one'third in 9 niontlis, and the residue
in 1H m inths fro'n ihe d-y ef sale; diferred
psytnents to bear interest and in be .ecured
by aivrtijage un the prumises Smd
CltAS. W SWAIN,
Special Master Commissioner.
Oil.aore & Caroj bell, Atto.-tier
June 31, 181.4 in. f Pit. 6,25
P. S. Tne above described farm belimgs
to the estate of Samuel .Weal-ly, decenved,
and is about two miles south of Lewisb irg.
J. 11. Jf'l.OS, J. B. BTSPUSSk
'F1 FOOS ntEPAENsST
pfotari - Xutalio.
WILL attend promptly to all business
antrusted to their care, in PebU and
Special attention will ba bai to the pro
ofing ot LETTERS OK ADMINISTRA
TION and GUARDIANSHIP, the SETTLE
MENT OF ESTATES' the COLLECTIPN
OF DEBTS, I'AR' lTTONlNG OF LANDS
and to tat eopuiioa of DEEDS, MORTGi
GES. and all kinds pf CONVEYANCES.
Sr Office over Cioflman, Bro't Store,
Main street, immediately opposite the Covrr
House. 1 ril2-iy
Rally Once Again
Jaeob Croas d
WOULD inform the inhnbitarts pfEa
fn "' the vicinity, that hvbas re-opeasi
at the oid Stand, with an
ENTIRELY MEVy STOCK,
fle respcctfally requeits k old patron,
and plenty of new o'nts, t pay him an early
visit, where tbei will find that his block
as good as ever, quite equal t that of "aa
other man " .:'
"CUEap yoij cAsn;' ,
iehiaatetto. ' ' ; Xt. 10,1 '
" Off-nf M. licfcns.n, M.D. ' ,
Lata Prof. ,In the Philadelphia Med College.
: ferl$bltlo Persu-de;?. '
4 Vegetable Stomach and Liver Pill
purely vegetable pills, prepared Tnr the
various geolt.gical formations to neutral
ice all miasmatic, mineral or other influ
ence ppon the system, and withoyt draailc
effect, which tdrould toe avoided. The bp i
and most reliable family medicine extern'.!
harmless tinder' any nyatsip of diet, or ex
posure, acting mildly and surely, and leav.
injr the stomach and bowels in a natural
and healthy condition, To dyspe'ptiti they
re invaluable. Price 25 cents.
IMPERIAL COUGH PfLLS.
"' It yon mffcr from a eou'j:h it is your
own lault.-.' A trial of then" uills will con-
; Tlnce yon of that lact; Thet decompose
. , lL I - . . .i.'rt '
"wm' "" ,001ue " wnammaiioB,
it inne o8t compound ever put toetthir
..''.!.. 1.... ' ... n' i
fot'Wn, coinrhn, aihnia. spitting uf blood,
worm. can b'e curtd by their use. .Trice
,60 cents. i v . ; . .; v"
I B I .
Anti-unoiera rnis, .
A poitivecur for any case of cholera.
No natter how virulent mnyhethe attack;
also. Piarihea or Py.entery a aiire and
peed, oure- humrere from t'hrnn'c I i r-
rhpa huu'd try lln estublit-hed result of
.o.ejce - i'r.cesnnis. . .
A LINIMENT ffrilNO ALL 1JVFLAM
The most extilofdinnry liniment ever
produced or eltihoriitid by science "rex
periencp for neuralp'iB white swelling, nwell
in of the joints, ncl, breaal, arms or ele
where; Inm'niro, is.re threat, erysipe'as,
t'Diit, inflammntion ol all kindi, aorTons nf
0. 'ion, ulcers of erv character, diai'aocs
of the akin, fitch n tetter. nn?.worm. itch,
Ac, Ac, b'tea of wnnmous animals, atinps
of reptilns and in-ects, flesh wounds, exter
na! poisons, also suns and si Ids. Price
50 cents' 1
A Purified and Tonic Bit'srs combined,
The Jllascetum acts up-n the stomach
in FHch.a mnnneras conclusive. y to eui
tralize the t-Pects of miaKinnlio, malarious
and nil other impure or deleli rions atmos
pheric influences upon heulih. It uner
rinjrly removes the morbid condition of the
stoijinch, imparts renewed vigor to evety
function of the human system, is a s re
preventive of fever and ague, anil nil oth
er biliary demnprroenis, anil a relinbl prp
tfClion Bfnimtthe diseise of tropical cli
pjntes. Priie 75 cents. N. B- Preventive
of all malignant fevers, particularly the
Tan Hufi.E d'Ub is tho produut of the
most careful analysis and anatomy of he
nnir. It will remove and prevent ull dia
case of the scalp strengthen the roots and
increase the growth of tho htir, beautifying
and deepening its, color; give vigor to the
natural supply of coloring matte ihntgivis
tint to the hair; and, in short, can have no
suiierirr for niding nature in giving flesi-
bility, benutv and strQngth to the prime or
namcnt ot iht person.
1'ltiCE, ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE
Sold by Dealcrsnnd Pruggists generally.
Puiscir.kt Depot, No. 91 Lis rtvSt. N Y.
' SMiTU a CO.
.Iiilv 23 3m.
ARE SIMPLE -DURABLE AND CHEAP,
make washing easy
AND SAVE CLOTHES.
The Agricultural Editor of he N. Y. Tri-
buu , having tried them reports as lollows:
East YoKklbs, N. Y., bathing Day,
Fkikmd Dott: Your last improvenn-nt of
your ashing Mucliine is a cumpteie success
As it was before, it was the first one I could
.ever get countenanced. As it is now, all
agree hat it is inure convenient, and wushei
ra ire c ot.ics at once ihuu the other. A littl
slim girl often years uses it; and an turn-
UU lady, who not to tit down to icurk.
4uu icusA vithvut Jaligiit. You have wi
blenaiih'S from ill tie women about tbiB
bpuse; be assured of tb.it Your friend,
After long uso in bis family, tin; Rev. Win
V. V Mnos, in vii w of the great saving ol
clothes as well as of labor; 4as, they are
'a greater oeneti etion to the lumily than
iho Sewing Machine."
Ecery family Should Have One.
V,'ll M. DOTY, 19, Beetrman St., N. Y.-
(Removed from 4'Jf. liri.dwvv, 41, Park Row,
and 23 E.m ii) 1
Also for sale :
DUYEltS, WlNl,OW WASHERS &0
Jul.' 21, 1864.
Piy, Bopf Money, &e
EATON", 0. .
prumpUy attend tp tJis prooeca
I V tion of Claims for Pensions, Arrears
i( Pay, Botmty Money, 4c, or behalf
Fees, ia eotnnluince with the laws of Can
i-re-M. ' li
Wt Jjo keep oa baud a general assort
mm of Revenue Stamps, and are prepared
to execute all Ont'ncts, Leigey, Deeds,
VortjtaeB, and other instrifmonta requiring
.il. '. Myyuo nail uiopoMJu.
Djjlet at jhe old Stand. ' .
' ttrLMORE 4 CAMPBELL
avXs. 8. IP?. tf .
' lO lie ward!
VV .kr,,,t ll.. IO, I, Amm C T . 1...
U sMULRED BRlVfoLED COW aboal
nve efs.olu. strayed fiom tbe premises
the andersigned, (n West Aloxapdri. '
person tha will return said co it e, ihxW
receive Ten Dollsrrs Reward.
, , , . CLINTON '8. POTTERF,
We.t Ait in, O
UIT 21, tOM .
' ' . . . trj '
IgsAdvcrtlie Iu tlie Prees,
; TpE GREAT WESTERN
107, Mais Strbbt, CIlfCJATI
'. ' '. V 1 : '.IV
0f alt kinds, and latist Haws, at i.a.i.m.
..... ... ... . 1-
.. snd Retail, at New Yerk prices ;
Of every kind, in large supply; alsa
In Great Yarjitr; ',. . ;
Engravings of Battle
PORTRAITS OF MINERALS
Of all kinds, fcc,
N. B. Agents wanted in every
Town, to sell these gpods, from
which they can io welj.
GEO. P. JENKINS,
107, MAIN STREET,
- April 14. 1861
Still i tho lTiel
HE bat ja.it returned troro the "Quoe
City" with a large aed varied stock
HATS & CAPS "
Hoiks, Cassimeres, Tt?eds, Vesting
and a large lot of
oich . o "ffcrs to his numarous enstomors
it as low rates as can be bought anywljpre.
ISTAll kinds of Custom Work roaiie
order, on the shortest notice.
lhepuo-H are invited to call at nig
stand, r. K.site the '!Natioiial Hotel,
examine his stock
Come ulong, come along,' make noi delay:
tome tram ivory hamlet and village by
Come and buy the cheapest Clothes that
von did woar,
All mrrnnted to fit yuJ neat, nati V -eilher
nr or tear.
' tton. August 23 .
ij?64. , FEESH AREIVA 1864
JUT RECEIVED.at the eatalishmcnJ
of the undersigned, a laty'h stoek of
' , HARDWARE, .
CJ?p AU WARE, , -,
Fislj', Brooms, Tobacco.
and all other artielei usually kepi "in a
class Grocery My old customers, and
SuMlc generally a-e Invited to call, as J
etormmed to sell as low ut oth'r
house in the county.
L. G. GOULD..
N.B. The BAKEEY jl itilf fp-oppra.
tion, aud prepared to furnish , ',
Bread, Cakes, and Craokers,
on the shortest notice. -, .
Ealon, Jan 28. 1860. 2m.
j . ; ' i
ppcralive zn$ Vech?nIca
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF REAL
: . o- . .
THE Real Estate rf which Jokn George,
dee d, dtd seized, aituatt in Honors
Townfhip, Prtble county, Ohio, and boing
1,1 l North-west quarr, -and part of -the
Northeast quarter of Section No. 19, Town
ship, A, Kange 2 East, containing J 30 acres,
w'll be aohi by the undersigned at private
sale, said Uvnds are we;l improved, and in a
good slate of cultivation.
If nof sold at rivatSialeTeroTettre
Ztiio day of 4jgu3,t next, the same
offored at public auction on that' di
the premises, . ' '
lorinejican(l.will be pp.aa known- by
calling npoo John H. Bohn, Capaden, O., or
on the day of sale.
1. JOHN H. BOHN.)
' J. R. H. BEKNARD. I
Executors of Johii,(lcorgc, de'J, m
' talf U, ' 180-f 4t
. retition in vacate a counttfroad in Oui
per. Yawiuhip. l'rfble counlj. ' i :
rlllie undersigned, free holders of the i
X cinity, respecttully ask your honorabl
body to lucaie that part of the county road
in Gaaper township, leiidingfiom Potterf.
(n-,w Kailxbnck ) tmll to west Alexandria.,,
which lies between the crossing of Heven
Creek, and the end of John Yost
Isue, at tho line between Lanier and On s;
per townships, being all thai part of said
road which runs through sections 24 e nd
2ti in Oaspcr towiiship. Wo aak for the
i cation of said roud, because the same bus
become of very littl. if any, public utility,
boing superseded by other r-'ads, nnd there
being no work done on the same, of any
cuiisequeni-e, lor many years, it nns uecorae
unfit for travel, and there is not sufficient
uso for the road, to justify the necessary
expense of pulling it in repair,
' MANY PETITIONERS.
July 28, 1864.-4t
' IT IS THE ONLY RELIABLE
JVo Wocd-work to Siedl or Split.
No Thumb screws to Get Out of
WARRANTED WITH OR WITHOUT COG
WHEELLS. It took the FIRST PH EMIUM at Fifty
8even State and County Fairs in 1803, aud
is, Kithoti!an exception, the best. Wrinjer
Patented m the Uuited Sta'es, England,
Canada, and Australia. Agents wanted Li
very town apd in all parts of the world.
Energalio agents can pjake from 3 to 10
Dollars oer day.
Sample Wringrr sent Express paid on
receipt ot price.
No. 2, $'i.50. No. 1, $7.50. No. F. $8.50
Manufactured and 4,ld, wboUsala and
, ' ' " .
THE PUTNAM MANUACTUtflNO CO
No. 13 Piatt Street, New York, Cleveland O
aud Bennington Vt. 8. 0. NOP.THItOP, Ag't
.WHAT EVERYEODY KNOWS, tix
Thatlrou well galvanised Kill not rust:
That a iimpfe nachine is better than a
That a Wriiiger should be t If-ailjuiting,
durable, and efficient;
?hat TAnmo. Screws and Fastening cause
delay and Uouble to regulate aud keep
in order, : '
That wood '9 iked in h-t water yiitltveU,
shrink and split:
That wood bearings for (he shaft Jo run ia
will wear out;
That the Putnam Wringer, with or without
cog-wheels, will not tear the slothes;
That cog-heel regulators are not essen
That the Potnam Wringer has all the ad
Tantages and not ens of ihe disadran
tages abov named;
That atl who have tested it, pronounce it
the best Wringer ever made;
That it will wring a Thread or a Bed-
Qllit WITHOUT Al.TrRl.Tl OKI
We might fi) 'be papi r with testimonials
put insert only. tow tq convince tnn Ke
deal, if Sttcli there be; and we say to a
feii Bitnnin's Wringer. Test ' it THOU
OLOLY and ANY and jILL others, and
if not eiiti ely satisfactory, return iL
Futnam J. a uij'acturtng Co:
GtNTi.tMtN; Lntio from practical ex
perience that iron well gahanitcd with
StIC W-'H IIV. UilUI.6 VI . tC Wf.n jrl .......
Tl." Putnam Wringer is as near perfect
possible, and I can cheerfully recommend
lobe the beo in use. itespecfiuiiy yours.
JNO. W. V UliKLER Oleveland, Ohio.
. We have tested Putnam's Clothes Wring
er v practical working, and know that
will do. It is cheap; it is simple; it requires
no room, whether at work or at rest,
child can operate it; it dqes its duty- thor
oughly; it saves lime and it saves wear and
tear. It will pay for itself in a year
most U. HORACE GREELEY..
July 21, 1804.
TINWARE AND STOVES.
ltlh uUcnU:r would cull the attention
bis old friends aad custouiurs to hi
rcscn tjtock of excellent
pfevery Taviety usually kept in Tin Sfyeps.
He also keeps constadtiy on hand the
est and most approved pakerne of
COOKIMG & PARLOR STOVES
all ofwhich he will sell us low as can b,a
chased elsewhere ia the couuty. -
Ue is also prepared to attend to ail orders
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
on reasonable terms. The work warranted
tf-Airorders fer Repairing attended
on short notice ; and the work done in such
manner as to render general satisfaction. ,
His sop still kept at the old stand, ene
door North of the Odd Fellow'sKuilding
All articles in his Kue soliat such rates
as to reqaire his adherence ti cash terms.
VAL,li,tt r. AHUAfJK.
I 0 ENTLEMAN, cured of Nervous Deb
ity; Ineompptenqy, premature Decay - and
YouthfuJ Frror, actuejud , by a desire
benefit others, wi) be happy to f(rniwh tq
tyho need it, free pf charge, tho reoipe
ann direct! ous for making the simple remedy
ased in his case: Those wishing to ' profit
by his experience, and possess a Valuable
Remedy, will receive thi same, by return
mail, (carefully sealed) br addressing.
' JOHN B. OGDEN.
Not 90 Nassau street. New York.
U. 10-40 BQPS-
These Bends may be subscribed for in sums
from $50 up to any magnitade, on the same
terms, and are thus made equally available
to the smallest lender and the largest capl
tallist. - Tbey otn be converted jnto- money
at any moment, and the holder jriUhaxve
benefit of the lntcrlst,
IET TEE AFFLICTED BEAD.
J lawa that HM anS nM Mi i wamaal
V .TZlZauaa to all Uo an affliolMl wHk MloM.
MItf, a.rro ptal.u. ro J-
m, Urn of ianaorj, torn of mtnj uul aKmiror,
LumiStM, MntlM o,oraTUiT.ttbttlil Uuooo
aa4altfu.,f T I , ! ! ?V '
IIH WHAT THB teEPXOAX"PKEW
.Io oalinlcluanoatn to tw tort tho aorma of ynoj
ST HU V thfcoouoiia oaaliW
ita todworibolhedlMUM vlUioot any InlorinaUVia fr.
r Eif frtr tf whrtow r""'1""? TT.L-
... ., .. ' LA .m um M UMI1M. I OM. trOW
'SSSSa'po' lnSr wal k, tta i of rv.IJ
JSi, a ISSii wV T" k-lik,--, wtafj
thu iJT.lt .111 o jrow llfctro- ortas
"libout WWch he a.-.r oooM b.w P?? ""J
HtunWhlnr arm. It .hoi.lo b. r.a).nih 1h
rejor sMi h.ltk Mil t-mK life, If J ,?
25iiu.ll KB. BAFUABL,tK. M.I.BIO PbrWla.
AU kli . aaoiootaitioD. DdHrrto aro
trinMoaa oixl.UU-tSil JowoL. A
f .' b ' , . J Vj,:, . - 1 "
raora akb TOBBOBit thihosi '
Hmt what h Phlliul'lohla cono. a
VostBoaowltk, Wllaaogbu, Klo ha of
Aa nall'h intlioin, fjrmHr
Irttbk Army, and b nyko kliao .
haio Phyilrion,' hM of ll. minnl
w of oumplvote
no a.r by m ik.ii iu aw-iua m
Isbw of bil pallMU I bur. cuu.
with, im tao
aroaoaoo. hit renwdlM tni ', '"
tiaeot M yr$
. Wbllo autlns'ta tho army bo 4mu4 kll kMoar
aoaratt to a thorough olaHy ol tb o- l1
4ortoua aiMlli-taitl nwl.ttml b.rhton iel moa. nf dloaoooo.
ft mmm k. bat foiinil a n oiiil tfaMi romoily ft oil Wo
MU. lht ImW It heir io.' Bin jr,iMo lo oliooily olW.
. . . v mm .. i 1 1 . . iirntMrtlM.
Ho, .d h dully lofrtwln. la tlM ooaiplaioi. ow
WnolM aro .nhjivtisd h lnu no ofloal, w a torfo aaaioot
tare hot. to.iiid tli.t thoy owo aot only klr e.ou
fgod bMtih. bat iboir llon, io lb. ohttl o ta
V'ault Fbynkbia." Hi oilloo Is ai . .
Kc. 59 EAST rirTS tTKBST, .
' ' CINCINNATI.
' MORS GOOP NBXrit -rXOM
HISO AND RSLIABUV 4
Tb Douolo RtnodlM of Doctor kapkait, a aWsfWS
Botanio I'byilctao, o.ror tkiltd y or "U" a
ndlcol. a-d aorawB.bt our or A LA
PRITAfa, SJJCItET AND XNSJU
Vrttkort too ooo of Mmnry, without Wto4Me oiMaf
tmm.tut aitWoatfeor of (ftcow.? or oxrow.
oUom, rack at anwlo, aax voaUoi, T"-"' "ffj"!
yoiwoo No wroury aor any t"1'' 'u,"il,J
Vut pnr.lT V.r.ublo WaoloJ Jbim-llo. an m4 kyth
wo.r .t fclhl lo ouro lb. aunt otatloolo oa4 IWo MSI
lannroo. cum. aad to reoioro au Bwroory km
hilod. JfroW Jttrmi.
iron, i do or... w-
GOOD NEWS rOR B1WOLE EW0f
TEMPLATINO MARBlAQol '
Wow what th. B.ttloi oonadMilrf ko.
A-llow, Snoooboro'. Morybut.saM aa Vhvojdat aWa SM
X oawroai oaraoof dlaoaM emwd by oorly hdWotta.
kotlns bo.a forfcrmod by lb. aalb.h BoUalo Fy.tdi a,
J.... k..lnv knoabidoool tkro. ft SUM
ih. fcot, boUoviof thoj in doin "t2lS,tli!f
.trfhrkio. Oao coo. la partlcnUr thai of f ma aw
la tblo dry lo' worthy of aoto. Bo had aoeoart la
rloMoi of a aoblt, loo Mro oiiohob m '
b iiddor, aad afwr yom of of.rias aad doctortac fan a
oil hopoi of rocorory. Bo wtahod bo aimirfjal
Vorly bolovod by-o. owoot a (hfl aa mr joiooS worai
offMlloa, but bo n. fwfol, aorroao, and PoMMd
SI. darod aot irod on acoonnt of tho obattorod obtoi
of hi. iy.tom. B. ooncht rollrfot tho haado of ho a
laale rby.lc.oa, ana, hiouj.hioh " J , ' --
bloom oad vigor of yoath hM rotaraoa. aa ha a. an.
o hn.y 1'"( H' f '"'d1" bora."
BLORIODS NEWS rOB TKB I ' E
& PREVENTIVE TO HAVQ JOU
1 SEEN. ' "
what ra. OpoiaaaU Woakly Proa, aiya oa tho
of aorea, 100-4:
. on do.ld.dly 0Moi to dt aadl aanrMt
lomodlM for iho proTonUoa of having oaudroa, Kr
rf I It our doty aiockaowlKlao a bowlU boa. aay aad rrma
ofSry oiturob.a It I. fcrtho roliof of .onoriiig haaioally.
4 hit ha. oomo to our kaowlodgo-lhol oogbt to booro
BubnWl aad wldoly clrraUalod for tho UnoSt ot ooo
uitM vboM dollot. beoltb aubw M ainniiry lo yn'm
aay laaroMo of foully. , .
About twolro month, alow buotUb., a loiry of JWI1
auoinuaoo gar. birth to a dooghtor, bat hor 00 a -bias
.ro 00 groal Ibol hor pliyaloiaa. ilo.ii.irod of bar rooovor.
tbU nulio bor drl bo vry Iho.gliloof again boooailaf
a niouor. Who trlod mn Iblug to fooMuta itKak4
of bor.unrlog.,batwttliout.uooajdlBj. 1yoortoM
ourri.10 .bo K ogola .ooSaod, oat hor HuTortuga Wool
Tgrool thai lb. oblld dlod, and hor owa Uf.d-Ji'
of. ebo .a. MS by hor Dually pb.rridan Uurt II .bobjd
My moro oblldroa ho ta-' bor llh would U Iho tjrp.
Aa oil nho romodio. oho bad Irloil tohw ihad fclto, ah
kiillod to oao Botanic Fbyotalaii, Dr kUPBAKl ,
No. 8? east rtrtn streei,
V CINCINNATI v.'.j-'J
FOR Ilia ' ,.r . ,
PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHlLORER
HU romodlo. hod tho dolrod affoot i thoy aol only m
toalod hrr 6-om novliig oblldroa. but Ihoy aloo lavmi
hor hi-olih. " To ma ruaa, iLt vaiaoo Aaa raa ' .
1 ho Bolanlo Phyololau'. niodloo can bo roooainioodra
aoooiuolboyoroionooootoudiolo. Tlwy opoMtowthhid
oooringrtcknooioroapo.oro-Tboytto uol lulorfwo ai.S
ObTdiol oomifUon. Tboy do not Uw tk kaM
bat thoy ar. owUUa la tkolr onocu J.
Aay who aro eathrlng, ao mottor what tholr ooapUh
aaa ill oa tho bouak rbyaician ooundoaUaUj. IM
njof roly aoon rolUC 111 oflUo I. at
KO. 5P EAST FIFTB STRESt,
' Botaooa Syoaaion 8 mot and Bi oadoaa,
CoanlMMoa dally, Snndav. oit-d oVor o
woa It) A. HI. so i ''eh P. U. .
Sor ronoao at a dtilaoo. auy oommanlooao 0000.
aaan.Lu by lottor, tt iay .aoewo unr. "v -
Oouullatlua ro, In oocb UHor. All Wloro. ooamioak
alloua, and lalorvloo., aro avrlolly arlmto aa oua
J-..1.I Mo oiuaor wlU k. loa to kobOow " oa
nlb.r lo laobiood ao a Cotaullallr Ifoo.' , , ,
idoroncoll loturs a. loliowt.
Ne. 2463, POST OfTWI.
tAVTIOM "4 T POBUO.
r. of. Bopliarl hu aaoonaortloa orttk aAre.l
I W. M . aaphaol or with ray obkar (aaaVoaooa ol
SnaFCm tab drrlooaoet oat. 'bon yoa oaoos
tawH wltk yoa aad .kow It lo tha (M haofoa'Oay
AjotT To fiorooi mUlokoo, oU to
MB TUB DOOTOS BDUBUV
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Are lierby notified, that tha pr'ot
j he "Deraboratio PreMM t pa
paid always in advance; rt4
papers Biibse'ribed for, for ltalf 4V
year enly, will bo ebarged at tie
rate of $2:00 per year, paid Itr ad
vance. Advertisement and Card
will be charged twef$y-fi re, per
cant, pver and abovo'.'i.or lat
charges. Ffpra thie newly adopted
cale of charges we will not deriata
G. w, pftNS. - : .
& Counselor at Law,
EATO, TREBLE CO , O.
Office :-Head 'of the Stairs, in Minor's
. now orioK, oppoBue yonn mate- .
iSpcpial allent'on rlrn to Probata,
matters, in gRrrniiksT ep Acnowrs,' Pa
tmoii of Lakps, Couiotioks, Aa. ,
He will attend to all matters eiilnt.id U
him in tt. it and -the Connliee of Darka,
Montxomery, and Bntletv l r:' '"""'
. Eaton, ilaruh, 10 1864- If '
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