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...HARPER FEKGUSONf Publisher.': V,
'Thora Liberty Xwells, thero is my Country.
EATON. PllEBLE CO j OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1865,
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,-. GOOD SEWS AT LIST!;
. , Oh aertr-felllne; PB. BAMIAKI, Is the best. Ib'soo,
., i eeetia when ell others nave tailed. ...
' AUL WHO ABB IN TEOTJBLfl,;
All who bare been onfortniieto, all klioae fund hope hart
been disappointed, eruahed, and bias tod, all who hove been
r Woced bjr falas promises and dacait, all who ht Lean
deceived and trifled with, all go to bun lor advice and to
(at ssliafactlon. ;,
Ba makea- jomrbtafcrttme pass away, ha make tha
s slander and eorj of mi eneniloe till hanulaai, and ha
natalna jroturabanciar and rearwotabllitr in stilts af aril
reports and rumors. All who are in doubt of Ilia afleo.
..-Uaoa of Uiaat thej lore aonanlt him to nslieva and aatial
wivir Diiwu,aa vi ddu uut u luair ticiaui awl Warm
uatOaaaMltWaalaled. ! 4 i t.
IN LOTS AFFAIRS BB NEVER
C ( It tli art of wlual. aSbthna of the onpo.
' I i, t, ii, guldea tha ataiila la a wealth; ami hiu.py
; . oiarriaga, and niakai tha married happy. II l aid and
adloa hoa been aollcitad la InnnmanUila lutanoaa, aud
llwraanlthaaalwajakaaa v, V
A SPEEDY & HAPFY DIABBJAQE.
- ' To make thlDgi more idro, ha wllfahow too lb like
nna of r
J TOUB" FTJTTJRE EttiSBAND OR WIFB.
, ' A- Ba will toll jroil their clrciinistanccii and flioir ftitnra
.' ' - ananrctaf and what la lietlor tlian all, ha am tall joa
thfir thuni-hn nrnl what their " roal" , liitontlona are.
, . Wlmt la bailor alill, ho can tali jou if tlior will nioko joo
lr. Raphael la, thorefora, a aura depondonoa.
To all in hiwlnraa hia wli Ico la liivaluitlilc. lie can (bra.
tell, with the greHtrat corlaluty, the rcault ofull coniraer
cial and hminraa trauancllona ami apeoiilathitifl. Dr. Rn
. , l'haol iuttrpratadrouina fur lottery nuiiihora Willi uulaillug
'''O- acoaraoyi , .
LOTTERT NUMBERS ' ?
gvon wlIfoiitany axtracbuige. i
; . iui MORB GOOD NEWS ! 1 !
.' .. flR-HAJTIArA will mat your Horoarnjie or wrhv vollr
oamtryrKrcry man, llironuh tho length ami bnwll'li of
- Ha-kndfrlio wa hick, and who nut not f ou In
Uia worl.tj Simula be lg iioatoiaiuii of liia liuroacoiio, aud
'a., gat Da-iWImt'la. Ju. ....'. . . ,.
Written Opinion of hi Fotnro Ftoav -
i .' i "v.. i Pct in Life.
It will gnldo hlin to" woiiltli, einlnxno, ami' iinnnr,
r . Thouaaiida of frond men, who Hero lllirurtnniite and ipt-
. atKuaanina in meir uiMineaa-mcn who wurkvd Itanl, an,l
(urt of their llvin, and who found tin mora they trlcl to
get forward In the world tho mure tlilii(-a went agnlmt
tlirnYr' Tliaao men got Dr. ltnphat-ra written odnlon nimn
meir. rauirq proBK-cra n Ilia. All tlioao WUO aiaely lul-
lowed Dr. Ihiphaal'a advica are now . i
;, KlCfl, HAPF7, AND SUCCESSFUL
In all their nndi rlaklugi; whflo llnwa who were Lllmlod
by prejudice and lirnornnni, neglected lila ailvlco are atill
labortng-agaiuatadverfeityaiid puvarly. t
.!('.' t ' lit atanrod
. WEALTH, EBUNENCIL AND GOOD
. . - . LUCK
are within the reach of all. If yon wlib to ba rich and
kappy yon will commit him alio.
' GOOD NEWS for the AFFLICTED.
'He hna the gift, and can till Ilia afflicted the ennae of
their diaeaae and luffr-ring. Ilo can ahm Ml whether they
can be cured or not, Ihua aarlng tho aflllctod both trouble
' Ooniultatlona ottlly, Stindnya excepted. Office honra
, from 10 A. M. to 5. P. II.
SAH Interriewa are strictly prlrate and cnnnilenUlu. '
tbarolbre we any, go one I go all I anil oouaull
' SB. RAPIIAEL, , ;
The Artrolojjer of the 19thJ3ontury,
, No. 59 BAST FIFTH STREET, '
. Botwaan iiycakora Straet and Breedwav, ":-' .:
r i CINCINNATt ,
1 f Oraonal tnterriewa (ranted to QenUemea only.
1 ' 1 All busiaas with i
,; toit done by letter. . .'
t& Peraona at a dldtanra mar oommnninate cmrtnaw.
1 mut by letter, If they IncloeaONK IKlLLAIt,f..r Oon
'. ' anltatioit in each lettor. All lettera, cuminnnica
. . v- - t tione, and Intarviewis are atrlctly private and iNoihilen.
tiaL Noanawar will be given to h-ttera uuluaaouadot
lar la lnoloaed aa a Oonanltation bo.
Addreaa all lettera aa tblloaw :
v DR. RAPHAEL,
. .v : BOX No. 2463, POST OFFICE,
-.I : Lot It be clearly understood
, z . that the price named aa a continuation foe para for a eon
aoltetiou only. It doea not pay for the Doctor'a written
oplnloa'of your future pvoeporu In life. It doea not pay
tor winning the aflactioua or the oppoeita sex, nor for the
eooanniuiation of ahappy marriage, nor for doing any other
bonneea named in the abore adraruacmeut. ioe xwctor
fixed price for dotnMch ttrpainitc butiuaM. In yont
eonanltEtiun with tht Doctor, you Warft kow yon can nalfM
ran ct all Tod want, ami bow you
lb AMid horn nwrflK roar heart:
-4 --Jon ao that it cau not fciL Me will ibrctell wlwU U your
JDK81JN Y. Jn abort, he wH) teU what la before jon. etc
Caation to tha Public
f Dr. W. Raphael, tha Antrolnaer, haa an oocnaotioai'
with PKOFkUSOIl or Dr. W. M. Raphael, or with. any
. etnar gentlamaA of the same rouue. ,
- . oja-iGnt this advert Uement out. Wlien yon come,
bring It with yon and show It to the (Irl who opens, tha.
loore' To prevent mistakoa, aak to - . ,
fjli ft M SEE THB DOCTOR HIMSELF. .V.
LETJHE-AFFUCTED READ I
And iaara that a porfcet and radical car la warranted
and guaranteed to all who are afflicted with weakness,
debility, nerrona ooaiplalnte, melancholy thonghta, da
preaslon of splrfta, distress and anguish of mind, loan of
leap, laea of memory, less of energy and mnscular power,
. puny growth, wasting away, and a want of roaSdenoa In
rf Tttiemsaleee, tUutlng fla), oonTulalva ttwmhlisga, taipo.
4 Itancoanddlsgmtofllle. ' - - ' .
IClJi Mil WHAT Tut MBBICAt PtESS BATS.
aa faaV (aaaaj physlcfone roqnlra so be told tha nature of your
dlsaaae the ENGLISH BOTANIC PUYS10IAH dost
not. His perfect knowledge of the human system enables
him aooXcribs tha dlasaaas without any information from
tlwpathnt,t explain its original cause, and to gravaotee
Ita cure. And, what la morevaioabte atill, be will honestly
ana tranaiy ten wneiner yon oan be cored or not. All
t his oomDttuicationa and interriewa an strictly private
smd confidential. Jfediosl Joaraa'.
Tha Botanic Bamediaa of Dr. Banhael. tha Bnallsh Bo.
easts Physician, Borer idled yet to make perfect, radi
cal , and permanent enre of ALL PRIVATE. SKCRK'F.
AND VENKItKA L PISEASK8, without tha IBM of Mer
anj, wlthoot hJndarance from busineaa, ami wlthont
, tear of discovory or exposure. No deadly puawna, auch
.,aasn If en'0 Bux B''ca, optmn, or any other roiaom.
tiiiiu'.' Do mercury nor any deadly minerals nothing but purely
:t Vegetable iloawicai Ramediea are used by this wondorfal
; . . Botanic Physician. Ills Botanic Remedloanaveryetudled
v '. "to cwre the moat obstinate and the most danirarona caaea,
and to remove all mereury and oilier imparities irom the
. , nstem when all otkor Jteowdiea had furled, MiHmt
m.:l e.aawar.- '' ' ' ' ; .
I. ,14 b.tal wU0D SEWS ,0B 8INOM MK!( (WOTtatPLAT-'
' , INO MARBJAOK, Hear what the Baltimore oorres.
fit 'penaent oi roe ud
toendetit of rhe Oddfellow, Boonsboro. Maryland, said-ett
Thursday, tha Slat of Har. I860 : .
" Numerous euros of diseases caused by early fedleered
tion havrng been peifoiiaed by the English Botanlo Puy-
U 'J t the test, b
t nay uay, baring a knuwledse af them,
bettering that in doing aa 1 stay de-A-eerr-
uAerlBa One case- In parti oniar that of a
ak in thai eitr as wartha aa aote., Ha but
-trial or a
l to which
-ma the victim of a habit, the more allusion to which
. Pf y p stiooilcr, and alter years of annarinir ai
W'. l.tae!-AaTa-B all honaa of reoaram Haarhhed
a suwucr, iai alter years or annering and doctor.
and was dearly beloved bv aa aweot a adrl aa aeer li.i
OS fwarda of aSeatlon, but ba waa fearful; aervoos, and proa-
IttraML al aVred not ared ooyaecoonl of the shattered
state of his system, lieeonght relief at the lamia aaaawl
"Botanic Physician, and, astonishing aa it may; seem, all
it...-' n trjs.blodm and. skas of yontji haa retnrned, tod he la
tt. BOW therharjor mtherofa ooiv of brivhe lw,w&9.
pi.au w 'n Atiy who asesetfTaring, no matter what their eompTsJnt.
can salt on the Botanic . Physician confldentiailv. They
mayrerruDoa-relief. His ofltoa la at No aa sakv
rirTU Bet. Sycamore St. and Broadway, CINCINNATI.
P rT P i f P
a. L K KJ WHOliAfJUlN BBtAl- '. ,,
BCDXSELLER tu STATIONER,
So uih-ei't Qnrner of Slain and Ptart SU.,
' IUCIfgNl) , INDIAKA, ,
ff f?TEEP8 s general assortment ot School
y J XV Books, itinfr' Bookt,- Fkitograph
, -. ALbim fyptr fiwelapea, and s) variety
--'-6lntmnry;-- . ' t
i " ' a3JPricos ae hwas any cthor establish-
mnt in tho West.
Feb. 15, l3W-:f
EMPLOYMENT FOR EVERYBO-
5- ; dy. ,,;
Agents "wanted Ihrbughoat tlieU. S.
ut pnadM.;;,-,: ':. .; : .;
300,000 ' w
Watctieg, Chfalni, 8e' of Jew.Iry, Ringi,
' Pina, Braceletg, bl(V Buttoni, ,
' ' Silver Spoofu and To rk , C up, ' . . ,
C CakeBasketn, 4c, worth ;
' " Eight Hundred Thoot ;
' ! ' ' . ggnd Dollars. f
The Entire Stock of a . largn lsPufiKO
House, retiring from bnaincai.
Fot'the nurpoie of closing oat the stock
to the earliest .possible date, the under-
fsigned. have decided on a great distribu
tion made as follows eacn ana erery arn,
cle, no matter how taluahle, being told fur
l. . - ' .
A. Cki" ikicatk cf each article with It
value printed npon it is placed in an en,
velopa aid sealtd these envelopes arc
nhoroulily mixed and sold for tventyftre
lent cnuh the person receiving' ono of
these envelopes is entitled to the artK'lc
named therein f returning the Certilica'.c
10 us with one dollar, aud tho art clo, no
muttir how valuable it may up, will bo for
wnrrlo I to hirri or her i t onee There are
no blank certificates and therefore, every
one is uro 1 1 pet- at least, the full valuo of
his or her moiiey , Slionld thenrticla nam-Ml-on
the certificate nut suit, any oth whiih
he may seli,:t uf the Kama value will be rub
siitntfl. Vv'e Bull the certilicntcs as ful
lows: Oie for 2."cUfivQ lor $1, eleven for $2,
thirty fir 't. ixty-flve fo: $10, on hundred
tot 'i'liiA liiribiitionnfl'or()(ifineop-
I porluntty fur AjitliU, as V, hut lady Or gen
tleuinn will ivt titvcsl licentyjiee cento with
a prospect cl gf ttng livn hundred or a
thousand times-a inttch' All order must
bo adtlrcssed to n.t at our old stand No. lj
MaiJeJ Lui e, New Yorh
: LIST OF ARTICLES. ' ;
ALL OF WHICH JLIIK TO B'-l SO.tO FOR t EAl'll
S0O fietik,' ivnldllunlinir- :' : .
en WU-h $50 (o $150 eaeli
300 Lttdifcs' Gold and en- ... 'i tai
, : ani'dicase Wati'lic ... 35 70; i!i -o
COu Gt nts' IIiiiitiug.cao
Mlvr Wittc'tes 35 - lit
. Zlltl iVu.mon.1 Uin;'s 50 00
Sti0 'Md V-wl cud
Hiit.fl ' ; dt - do
:-tt)u0 Gold Kbitd B-ucelots
If.OO CltaBi-d vt'ld Ilritcelnts
200 Chylaine Chains &
. .-Cua'd Chuins ..'...
cr.nf) Solitaire aud Gold
000 Lava ai.d t'lo'entte
Uroiiehes . ..'
20fy Coral. Kn.pr'ild nnd
2000 Mosaic, Jet Lava, It
p'lnr' ntme Ear Droits
4500 l'url. Emerald and
' pnl Em 1' ops ,
l)0f California diamond
J.-east. 1'ins I
"JOO Hold Fob atd Vest
VBlchKe;:. .........2 50
4J0U oband Vcsi Hibbon
43,10 Sots Solitaire Meere
Millions, ituds Arc.... ' 3
10b U Gold Pencils, Thi-n-
blet,. Ac 4
6100 Min ature Lockets 2 SO
4000 in. Magic Spring ... $:t
3.100 iM Crosses, Ac. 2
5000 Piit Oold Ilinirg ... 4
6000 Closed Gold Rings... 4
8000 .Stone Set & Siguet
lwnja 2 so
8000 California Diamond" '
Ttlngs... .,.'.....;.7;. 1 1
taOO Sets LhJih Jowelry ?
6000 Cold Pens, Silver
" Extension holders &
Pencils ; ........
60O0 Gold Pens and Gold
5u00 Uoid Pens and Gold
Extension holders ...
5000 Silver Goblets and
' : Drinking CupS... ;
iOttO Silver Castors.........
mo Silvtr Fruit and Cake
51 00 oz. lilver Tea Spoons l 0 to $20 $ doz
5 J00 Down Silver Tabl9
' f ooonsand Forks $20to$40 '.''
" AGENTS We want agents in every reei
irmnt, and in every town and connty in the
country, and those , acting as Bncb will be
allowed 10 contg on every cettmcate order
ed. !vr them,- provided their remittance a-
moonts to one Coder. Agents will collect
25 cents fox ever; Certificate, and remit 15
cents to ns. ,' -"a -r.:,n-r
' JsS?"Write' plainly, say only' Want' s ne-'
cessarv anr he Dromnt. ' ' -: ''. - .
Address, GIRARD W. DEVATGH 4 CO.,
o-la J(aie! Lame, New Yoek.
Mi.ca 9L'T863rmoi., ' ' ',. v ..
p, " " ' ' , 1 i
r1JI -,:.'l"j..,.?raUC SA1E.
.1 . '
mHE1 'UNDERSIGNED VILL OFFER
JLfor stile 4 1 Public Auct'ca, at; hi re.ii
dencluvNo'nroe Towhshlg, sevChjniles
north'-weit of Eatoti.' ' : ?,
On Friday the 24th day diM fuU 65-
IrjclackA . JKine-roltowinf property
is: ;! i i-t.t.'A 1.
!.--. . ,nt Hull ..-'.,,.., 1 ,v A A
- EXTRA STOCK nO(J u t"
r : i ft .-. '! .- - I. a 'A :
bheep, 1 Threshing Machine quite flew, 1
Beeper, I Grain Drilf, 1 Drag Saw, Wagongj
Carriage, I Busgy. Harnes?, Plows -4
Harrows, and Farming Implernpni'g S
it. il .',.,:t : Generally;,,
. I.t.-.i . :- f. i i 'J 1. 1 r 'i- i f
One- Weaver' s Looom, and Spinning
Wheels of every Description.':
HOUSE BOLD GOODS,
and many other article not enumerated,.
T rEtt.X!:r-Pclle amounting to $5,00
atrd ander oah; above that sum notes at 12
months, Tf'.tb good security, will be taken.
March 9, 18C5-w3.
O.ig'nal, Uenuins and ReliaDle
FOR THE GROWTH, BEAUTY AND
J7UESEVATION OF THE HAIR,
. Established 1860.1 -
J'nV75 ets. per Sottlo.
' ' This preparation oan .; :
' ' (how living evidence fj
' - ofita excellence. '
' .'' BEE
Photograph and , read " ' ,
certificate of Mrg.'Wm. !;
8utton hair pivb pert
' and ok wcit in length
used Reoves' Ambro
' sia about 20 months. '
Photograph and cer
tificate of Mrs. L. M.
Neil hair rivie fhkt in
length need tho Ambro
sia 18 months.
Tnouw.vitus nro rising
. this preparation and
ofloring WH.UXO iestim-
Tlieso photorraphs, TAKFH F0U LIFE.'
have been awarded to extend the knowl
edge of tho mhrit of this wpnderful discov
ci v. Hundreds have seen these ladies aud
heard the facts from their own lips. ,
Mre. Maxwell's Testimonials.
. New Yoik: dec, 23d, 18M,
Knowinp- ntvitivelvthat Kccvcs' Ambro-
sia r-roduced n beautiful bead of hair for
Mrs. lizsie Shepherd, of Brooklyn N. Y.,
1 was induced, tbereby, to uso it thoroughly
needed something for my hair, it being
short and thin; had used one.hall dozen
bottlos when I could pluiuly notice ait ih
orcase in its length, strength, aud beauty,
An exnerience ot about two years has prov
ed ji complete success. ; My hair is now, bv
measurement, four feet ten iWicsin lengih
nearlv reaching tho flour. I bavo allowed
my Dholnirrnph to -proclaim the merits of
lleeces' Ambrosia to the world. ,
i.. Mr. WALLACE iliXWELL,
" All Enterprising '
..Druggists have these Photographs,
I !. ASD KEEP FOR 8J.LB v
. ijleevca' Ambrosia atlh els. per
Druggists who mny not heve onr prepar
n'inna will 8?nuUbr it if applied to. .
rriiitfpal depot, 02 Fttllon Street 'Ken
Carriage & Buggy
The undersigned keeps constantly on
hand all kinds of enstonvmado wort, (1
stylet,) such as Bnrgies, Carriages aud
aSpriiitr Wagons; alsy every description
liepanmg and Jiepainnng
done in a neat and substantial manner
warranted to give entire satisfaction.
Terms as low as can be bought anywhere
in the West. -, .,' . "
. lie respecttully irvitea all o give him
call and examine his stock on hand and
be satisfied tha ;y3 will , ve them good
bargains . ; , ., ..
.' He would ; also f it .ounce that having
taken the old star .formerly occupied by
John W. Stephens, ii has opened a Livery
Stable, where he will be pleased to accom
module all who may wish to hire Horses,
Buggies, ic, on reasonable terms.' Stable
Room and Feed for Horses of fraveierS,
formers, dec, aleo. afforded. The patronage
of the public is respectfully solicited.
Carriage Shop at the old stand on Cherry
street, between Main and Somen; (stable en
Main near the National Hotel. ', ,
- HENRY KESLER.-I
Dec. 22, 1864-tf. .-. t
m m a u
Cincinnati, Eaton & Richmond
ZwiXTER llRRA KGEMEIZT. 7
Passerrger ; trains '-WiTl run on this. Poad.
I leaving the nveral Stations as follbrr: .
wijl Ika'vs .
A. U. WILL LltATB j P. .
7.00 Richmond.....'.! 5 56
8- 25 DtfW. Junction! 6.02
8.45 Westville...:.. 8.17
8.8n Florence........ 124
9.07 Ne Hope ...... 6.32
9-22 Eaton i..... 6.45
9.30 Barnet's...... ?05
9.41 Camden........ 7.13
10 02 Somerrille 128
10.10 Colliasville-... 7.39
1018 Seven Mile.... 7.50
10.33 Hamilton.. 8.10
!0.40jArr. atCinh.... 9.45
D. Aft LA RES, Snp't,
S. C. CoSvTEkT, Att't Sup'U
GOLD FEN S.
FOR THE MILLION!
Fans to Bait, th
Hand, and Prioes ttf
-t.-.i-,- sou y
The Bes GJ:
Id Pens in-tie
On receipt of thelfollowing sums, we will
send, by mail, or bs directed, a Gold Pen or
Pens, . selecting the wme according to the
description, namely; ' '
Oold fens, in Sliver Plated Exltn
For$l No. 2 yen. for; $1 45 Np. 3 pen; for
SI 50 No. 4 pen) tor ft Ho. o pen, tor
$2 25 No. 6 pen.
These pens are stamped THSIMPERIAL
PEN, nnd are well finished and fine writing
Gold PENri, with good aridum points; al
thbngh tley are unwarranted, and cannot
WARRANTED GOLD PEP,
Our name (America! Golb Pbs Co.N.Y.)
is stamped on all our 1st quality Pens, and
the points are warranted for six months, exi
ccpt against accident. Our second qitam
ty Pens, are flumped THE NATIONAL
I CiM, wnn tne initiius ot our iirni yn. u. i
Co.) andare carefully made, having the
samo points as our first quality Pens, the
only great difference oeiiij; in the quality of
the Uold. -
Gold Pens, 1st and 2d quality In
viuiiu Oliver CAiensii ii vasoa,
.iu on r..AA
For $2 00 a No 1 pen 1st. quality, or a
No z pen id quality.
For $2 25 a No. 2 pen 1st quality, or a
number H peu 2d quality
tor $2 2.) a IV o j I en 1st buahty.ora
No- 4 pen la quality
f or $.1 : on ao. 4 pen 1st quality, or a
NO. 5 pen Zd quality.
For f I oO a No' 5 pen 1st quality, or a
No. 6 pen 2d quality,
For $5 50 a No 6 pen 1st quality.
The same Gold Pens, in Solid Sil
ver or Gold-Plated. Ebony
Desk Holders and Morocco
Foi $2 23 a No. 3 pen 1st quality; or a
No. pen 2d quality.
' For $2 5 a I o-4 pen 1st quality, or a
No. 5 pen 2d qunlity.
For ?3 20 a No 6 pen 1st quality, or a
No. 6 pen 2dquality.
For $4 00 a Na. 6 pen 1st qunlity. For
f 5 GO. a NoX pen. For $6 75 a No,
-at. 8 pen. For" tJ 00 a $0. 12' ffcnj
.. all grst quality. . ;'t f ; ;
Our pens rank tKroughont the country as
equal if not supeiior to any gold pens man
ufactured. Not only for thr-ir writing qual
ities, but durability and elegant finish. The
greatest care is used in their manufacture,
and nonesX sold with the slightest imper
fection which skill can detect.
Parties in ordering mnst specify the name
numbered nnd quality in all instances and
whether stiff or limber, course or fine.
A discount of 12 per cent, will be allowi
ed on sums of 115, if sent to one address, at
one ttm6' lo per cont on f25, 20 per cent,
All remittances by mail, Registkreb, are
at onr risk. To all who enclose 20 cents
extra for registorinr, we gaarantee tie safe
delivery of the goods.
Circulars of all oar new styles, with En
gravings of exact sizes, and prices, sent
upon rceeipt of (tamp, if desired. Pens
repointed t or 50 cents; by mail.
Stationers and Jewelers are requested to
correspond with utv as wo can offer them
great inducements. . "
AMERICAN GOLD PEN CO ,
; No-200 Broadway, N. Y.
March 9, 18C5. 3mos.
Corner of Sixth and Elm Sts..
Tub above llditse, having been
newly lurnisbed and fatted up, is now open
, is now open
for the accommodation 01
CaT" Guests visiting the city, either on
business or pleasure, will- find the CLIF
TON HOUSE pleasantly located, and con
venient to the business part of the city.
Convey Passengers to and from the
' , t Jlailroad Depot.
J BREAKFAST For Passengers leav
ing on Early Trains,
Board Per Day - - $2 00.
T, i WILLIAM GARRISON,
' .1- Proprietor
. Main street. Eaton. .
fhe Best of Bourbon Whisky,
- . . .
,V. , " OVSB TWO TEAKS OLD
" Will be soK in quantities varying from a
gill to three gallons, to e)it parchaser, at
three per gallon.-" i I.:
Call in andseeJoH. In respect to re
freshment he pledgea himself to please you
better than "Any Other Man." -
Eatoa, March 2, 18u5-mos.3."feCS"-
The Future of the Democracy.
Says the Albany Argus: Shall we
sink as a party; The answer is
easy and certain. If despotism ?s
to triumph over free government,
the Democracy is forever dead. If
self government triumph over king
ly pretensions, we live as victors.
The neon e can una in their rescon-
sep, the answer. As a party we
never stood better. As to hopeful
consequences, we never stood eo
strong. A minority by only a lew
thousand will escape the responeu
bility of power at the most critical
time in national existence. Scarce,
ly below majority wo are too strong
to be subjugatodjtthilo the logic of
experience will surely bring us re
inforcements, and our enemy must
register conbequent desertions.
Taxation, death and woe, ore the
luxuries with which our opponents
must load their tables ot those they
invito to their feast,, perchauce of
death lheir guests will be nu
merous, their rejoicors will be few.
Discord and beligerent Republics
or brutal anarchy, and extended
and densely populated graveyards,
will be tho patrimony bequeathed,
if they pursue a fatal policy; while
reniorao and blighted recollections
will gnaw their vitals u they are
torecd to yiold to us. It will be
ourstosunor in tho former, to
counsel iu tho latter, while the
power covers the responsibility
Let no Democrat teel sad that
his party cannot pres3 tho bitter
cup to the lip that 13 ultimately to
turn in 'corn and anguish upon
those who preside at the Table of
Let no conservative mourn at the
seeming destruction that now
blocks his path. Adversity will
purify, exporience will demonstrate
in the futuro as in the past, our ndi
visemonts, our prophecies. Self
preservation will show the necessi
ty of complying our organization;
the cause of free government will
again summon us, reinforced,
the contest; the medicine we arc
taking will dep'ete the system; and
if tb constitution- ia ;not entirely
I destroyed, will, outlive tho quack
eries ot tne present, to do again re
stored by long tried specifics.
And so certain as free government
survives we shall be called to the
bedside to administer the remedy
the "Tares and Wheat" will
gain live together in peace; the
Higher Law and Its advocates will
be numbered amid the scourges
the race, and , the constitutional
Democracy will resue from the
wreck of misguided government,
the Irce of Liberty which they
planted and nurtured for eighty
years, and which shall again cast
its lovely shadow over them, while
they in turn shall, as in the past
dercrd its roots.
uemocruts: stand urm by yonr
principles; and 11 amid the general
wreck the tree shall retain its ti
tality, yon shall be its defenders, iis
preservers. Untill the last hope
a nka n glocm "nil desperandum
de republica."0 '
Horrid Fate of a Lion Tamer.
[From a Foreign Paper]
A Frenchman named Soulages,
a native of Colmar, has for some
time past been exhibiting, with
great success, at Wartzburg as a li
on tamer On the 4th of August
he entered a den containing a lion
and lioness, and made them go
through various performances.
The spectators loudly applauded.
Elated by these plaudits, Soulages
determined to do something more
extraordinary, and for that pun
pose he collected in one den a lion
a lioness, a white bear, two black
bears, four hyenas, two wolves, arid
a tiger ' lie then entered himself,
whip in hand, but the door was
scarcely closed iwhen the tiger
made a spring at the white bear.
This was the signal for a terrific
struggle between all the beasts, wh'o
appeared at once to have gained all
their natural ferocity Soulages
hoping to intimidate the animals
fired two pistol shots at ' the tiger
and white bear. This act scaled
his fate, for the tiger leaving the
bear, sprang on his keeper, threw
him down, aud began to tear him
with feet and claws. The other
beasts, rendered furious by the
smell of blood, all fell on the am
happy man, and in a few minuets
he was torn to peices and almost
entirely' devoured, in the presence
of the horror struck spectators,
who were powerless to render as
sistance. . '.
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The knowledge of words is the
gate of scholarship.
Meq slip on water when its fro
zen, aud on whiskey when it isn't.
Two Important Questions.
Stopping for a day or two at a
short way from , Boston, Jcemes
went to a barber's to get shaved.
On entering and casting his eye
about tho room, ho perceived mat
the barber drove a doublo trade
of tonsor and small grocer.
"Shave, sir ?" said the borber to
his cuatoiner, whose face sufficient
ly Indicated tho object of his visit.
Jeems made no reply, -but draw
ing himself up to a lofty bight,
procoeded, in tho attorney's fash
ion,' to interrogate the barber ae
"Sir, you are a barber?"
"Yes, air. Ilavo a shave 1"
"And do you keep this oyster
"Yes, sir. Have any oycters?"
"Well, sir, this occupation of
yours gives rise to tho most horrible
suspicions. It is a serious thing to
submit one's head to tho manipula
tions of a stranger : but if you can
answer me a couple of questions to
my satisfaction, I should like to be
The barber said ho would try.
"Well, sir," said Jccmcs solemnly,
"do you Bhavo .with the oyster
"No, sir," said the barber, 6mil-
"One question more,' continued
.. ... ,
the interrogator, "and remember
that you are under oath, or rather
recollect that this is a serious busi
Tho barber started.
"One question more : Do you
never open oysters with your
"No, bit, exclaimed the barber,
indignantly, amid a roar of laugh
ter from tho bystauders.
"Ihcn shave me, saidJecmcs,
throwing himself into the chair
aNd uutying his neckcloth with
the air of a man who has unshaken
couiidcncc in human nature.
The Country Press.
Notwithstanding the high price
of . materials, aud the . moderate
price charged 'for fieWupapers, It Is
surprising thi t so tew suocomo, ana
that bo many are so well sustained.
The only way we can account for
this ia that our country people have
an honcrable pride in keeping up
their local journals. This they do
mainly by a liberal advertising pat.
ronage, and parti v by subscriptions.
Nor would it be desiraple to permit
the metropolitan newspapers to dis
place the local iournals. Every
well conducted local paper serves
to call the worlds attention to the
interests and productions of tha
section which it represents, be
those interest agricultural, mechani
ical or commercial. Thus the coal
and oil regions need their journals,
so the of gold, iron, copper and lead
interests, bo ot other productions,
and it is through the local press
that the world comes to know of
these things. Therefore we rejoice
to open every well-hlled and well
patronized country newspapers.
It is an evidence of the intelligence
of the people. Phrenological Jour.
nal. 1,: 1, , v
Swiss Passenger Cars.
In Switzerland, nothing can be
more convenient than a rauwt
carriage, to which the traveler gains
access by ascending a few steps,
leading to a sort ot balcony or plat,
form or balcony for smokers. Here
a door openB into the interior, fitted
up like a saloon, with a table in the
middle, and seats a.l round; the
passengers, instead of being cramp
ed by Bitting for hours in the same
posture, can walk about, or write,
or play at chess or whist if they
please. The seats are made so as
to face different points of the com
pass, and everything ia arranged on
the most comfortable plan, with the
only exception that the traveler
desirous of solitude is not alone
a questionable comfort, which , aa
wo but too well know, is fraught
wnn uanger. iKJ,t .'.pr; -,: .
Lazy Dots. Every boy and par
ent in the -land should carefully
read and seriously reflect upon the
following: "A lazy boy Ynakes a la
zy man, iust aa sure a s a crooked
sapling makes a crooked tree.
"Who ev.r eaw a lazy boy grow np
in idleness that did not make a
shiftless vagabond when he became
a man, unless he had a fortune left
him to keep np appearances? The
great mass of thieves, criminals
and paupers have come to what
they are by being ' brought up. in
idleness. . Those who constittute
thebusiuess part of the community
those who make our great ani us
ful men,' were taught in tneir boy
hood to be industrious.
Terrible Disaster at Sea.
The steamer General Sedgwick,
from Wilmington on the 80th, art .
rived in New York on Saturday.
Sho reports that on the 31st, 6:30
A. M., off Ilatteras, saw a steamer
on shoro on tire, which was the
Gen Lyon, from "Wilmington for
Fortress Monroe, with from 400 to
500 troops and refugees on board.
Wind blowing a gale could not
launch boats, but wont as near to
her as possible, and picked up aa
many)B she could from boats, Bpars
wood -work, &c. Seven were taken
to the hospital at Wilmington.
The list pi ven of the saved by
tho Sedgewick, comprises only 28,
including most of the officcers of
the Lyon, and a few refugees anu
A schooner was seen picking up
men, but how many bIio saved is
not known. When the Sedgwick
left, the Lyon tad burned to a
shell, and was fast drifting on the
The Cost of the War.
Samuel S. Cox, in a late
spech in Congress, stated thai the
appropriation bills for the last ses
sion amounted to at least ?900,000,
00. In the last five sessions of Con.
gress the appropriations have a
mounted to nearly $4,000,000,000.
Tho army alone has cost over ?3
Capt. Mapuet, tho piratical
commander of the Florida, is now
iu a Cuban dungeon, having been
placed there by our fellow towns
man, Mr. Georgo E. Taylor, for at
tempting to destroy the Shotting;
Star. New Orleans paper,24tlu
SSrlt is said of tho late Cardinal'
Wiseman that he had tho ehyows
of a boy, and the bashfulneBs-of'ti'
girl. The Cardinal's dying words
were: "Well, here I am atilastl.
like a child from school- emitter'
home for the holidays.
new gunpowder is -said 6r
havo been discovered in Gianyj',
which haa tlirea times thn roialnaiuo..i
force, antrcoBtroniy half .ts ufuclfr
as the powder now in uwu. Tho
principal materials are rridusjiiJ,
chlorate of potash.
The Peach ?obm. Mate.
of stones around each tree-and in
close contact with it, to the;height
of twelve or fifteen inches.. This,,
if done and continued, before tha
trees have become diseased bv. tiio
attack of the worm, will effectually
prevent their decay from that causy
J"No mistake is greater than
to Buppose that enjoyment depends
upon extraordinary and difficult
conditions. Wo can make ourt
selves very happy for hours, with
simply watching happy people.
.Tlie station does honor the
man, but the man should by horn
esty of conduct, honor the station
Chief Justice Chase addressed
the Freeman's atsociation, in washi
ington city, a few days since, and
declared himself in favor of allowt
ing the negro to votel What a hu
miliation, that such a man should
be the first officer in the land.
a,A long-baffled creditor pub
lishes the subjoined advertisement:
"Wanted, a thin man, who is used
to the buisiness of collecting, to
crawl through key holes and find
debtors who are never at home.''
The value of a tract of land on
Oil creek, Venango county, Pa.,
two miles in width and twenty
miles long, is estimated at two hun
dred and fifty millions of dollars,
Four years ago this land was hards
ly worth five dollars per acre.
Art exchange asks, "what is the
difference between Jack Broogh
and a jackass." We can't see any
difference at all.
c Otjb country's best resources are
undoubtedly its women; but its re-
sources should be husbanded.
tA.A rascally old bachelor says
a man frequently jidmiU that he
was in the wrong, hut a woman
never she waa 'only mistaken.
a-The philosopher Frazier, says
that though a man without money
is poor, a man with nothing but
money ia still poorer.
ogrjJ3orao bachelors enter the ar.
my because they like war, and
some married men, because they
like peace. " , '"; .
: .- The Wisconsin Indians call tha -siiin-plasters