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DR. I100FL ND'S CELEBRATED
GERMAN BITTERS, Phkpaked bt Dr. 0. M. Jackson, Kj. 120, Jrc.'i Street, Philadelphia, Pa. WILL SKrECTC ll.l.T CCKS LH Kit COJU'LAIST, it) S3 li 5 H A b ,.r TtLT J TB 13 -TO c anoxic or nervous Debility, l)i3e.i3eoft-eK.idneys,nudull diseases arising from a disordered Liver or stom.ich; Suclias Couttipation: inward Piles; t'ullucss of V.ooi to the head; aridity of lite stomach; nausea, heart-turn; lisgat for tojd; fullness of weight iu the stom.ich: Solir eructations: sinking or flutter ing p.t the pit of tlio Mtotnach: Swimming of tli 11 -ad; Hurried and Uitlicult Urenfliing: Flutter ingntthe Heart: Choking or Suii'icating Sensa-tina-t when in a lying posture; Dimness of Vision; .I'otsor Webs bl'fore the siglit; Fever and Dull Pain iu the He .id; DeScieuey of l'reiiiir.ition; Yellowness of tlio Skin nnd Kres, l'n'U in the Sida, U.ick. t'h.'st. Limbs, &'C.; Sudden Flushes of Heat: U'lrning intlie Flesh; Constant luugiuiugs of evil, nnd lire.it Depression of Spirits; Inattrib it' ugsucli Valuable Medical properties to tliis remedy, no rash or unwarrantable asser tion is rnide, but is simply stated a fact: proreu imdouiably and conclusively bvtheextniordiiury -cures and 'benea. derived from its use, under the directioa of its illustrious originator. Dr. HoolHnd. anung all classes of Eurot:in society and from the immense mass of-testimony, from all pirt of the American coutiueut, accumulated during the last ten yearn, in tlic hands of the present proprietor. The prevalence of diseases t which the German Hitters are adapted, it is -n-itU sorrow we ht it, is almost universal, in deed, there is scircely a fimi'y throughout the whole extent of our country in which there can 't ot be found among its members that peculiar sallow and languid np; earaoce deuoting a diseased Liver, or an emaciated and suiluring Drsnnntlp. Then of what im n;-n k importance to this clas-, 'of invalids, that a certain aud reliable remedy. stvviU be placed withintheir reach; one in which no binefu.1 or injurious drug enters into its com pjsition. A remedy on which the patient can re ly with the utmost conUdence and certainty aud bo assured from actiuil anil tangible proofs that the article he is using, really posse sen the virtues nttrib Ued to it. Such a remedy, is "HonUaud's Hermau Bitters." Thousands of dollars have bseu expouJed in its uuuul'acturo and didus-ou throuH'.iout all pirtsof this continent, and the proprietor feels the greatest satisfaction in sta ting, that there is no state, county or even village where the Medicine his b.-en iutroducjd. that thero cannot ba found uumb.-rs, willing to testify to its virtues. It is use I constantly in the practice of a large number of the most pronviieut physicians in the couutrv, win have also added their written tcti monr, id. evidence of its great virtu.". Iu con clusion thou, we would re-p.'cttully ask of all those adlieted with nnvoi t ie abive disi-iscs to give the Hitters a trial, aud rest assured it will never be regretted. In proof f the statements above made, all are invited to re id attentively the 'Memiribilia," or "Practical Receipt Uook," for Firmsrs and Families, containing a great nnmb.-r of useful Receipts, in addition to the tes timony of prominent and well-known individuals iu all parts of the Union. All Agmts. fr the fitters aro pnthorized to distribute the 'Receipt Book" gratuitously. Principal oTice 'and mwuractory,120 Arch St., Philadelphia, l'a. . , For tale wholesile bv Druggists iu all the principal cities, nnd at retail byapothecariesnnd storekeepers in every town in t ie United States and Canada. Sold by Fred'k Eckstein, Cincinnati, Minshall, Rinehart A Co., Eaton. J. H. Bohn, Camden. Lough & Co.. Fairhaveu. J. Rr wn, Muruing S in. . D. B. Edwar ls, Winchester. J. Coblentz, Lcwisb irg. J. II. Gale, West AlexaudriJ. April 12, 1355. Christmas & Xtw Year's Presents, AT E. MinshaH's Xeiv Book Store. rUSTreeeived at the new Book Store a splen did lot of new, valuable and handsome Books of various kinds fur the Hobdays, to which the attention of the public is called, lie has also n great variety of other Books Fluted to the general wan'.s of the public All of which will be afforded on terms as rea sonable as any other estaUlisl.ment in the country. E. MINSHALL. Eaton, Jan. 5, I85t.-lf, JU ETA LIC COFFINS! t PHE subscriber has now on hand, aud intends J. constantly keeping, a full supply of MrtaHe. Cuffini, which will he sold low. W6)IES COl' FI.SS. of every nn-litv and size, ininiifictured upon the shortest notice. E. WEISS, At the machine shop, i.uth East of It. It. Depot. Aug. 24, 1351. TTTJHTE Fish, Mackerel and other varieties of V Fish, just received at the firoccrvof jCmiiOl R.S. CU.NXIXGIIAM FALL. 1851. THOMAS McDONOGH, CINCINNATI, O. WHOLESALE G1EOLEU, A.NO DKM.KR IN Seeds Country Produce, fee. Ci Street, North Side, 3 W Writ of Elm. TllK subscriber t ikes this method of informing his old friends nnd the publ ic in gener.il.that lie has enlarged his store room above and below, and is now receiving.! largennd fresh assortment of O JIOCK MRS, comprising in part, ot 60 Barrels No. I Mackerel. 100 60 150 1-2 75 60 1-2 No. 2 " No. 3 Nos. I, 2 nnd 3. New Whilerish. 150 Prime PlantatioiiMolasses, 100 Kegs assorted Nails. 80 Boxes Glass. Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Rica, Indigo, Alum, Mad ler. C.iper.u. Citton Yarns. Salt. Tobacco, Leid, k;.. together with all articles of Groccrie, suitable for tho country trade. Merchants are respectfully invited ty call and exanine goods ami ascertain pricus OJtore purchasing eise where. October 5, lS5t, J03EPH H. SAFES', Mercnndisf and Produce Broker, 42 .THIN STREET, (srcoM) story,) CINCINNATI, OHIO. Oct. 5, '51 lyr. LATEST ARRIVAL. FRESH GROCERIES. TIIE subscriber respectfully informs his old friends, the public in general and the people of Euphemin.LrwishurgBnd vieinity.in particu lar, that he has made recent additions to bis for mer supply of GROCERIES, nnd is now prepared to furnish the best qualities at the low' rites; amone the stopk onnand at present may be enumemtod the different vane. iesof Sugar, Coflee. Molasses, Tea, Fish, Rice, Tobacco. Cigars, nnd orervnthcr article general ly found in a well assorted Grocery. (Jneenwnre Glas ware. Knrt'ieiiwnr.'. of va. rious styles, qualities and price, together wit! a full assort'nent of rUrdwiro ar.d ?Icrliiiiif ' Tools; alt of which will be sold nf the lowest ruts fo-n-b, or given in cxcha"ge fcr Butte". E .'ir. f.n"! ers. counfrv produce or rags. All kind of ri rt money taken. Call in and exaniin" toL!i il 'nrn prices. J. A. ROLEN'S St: 20, 131, t"- ! 1 1 I e A an the few. Full an The sett Kim, they T. o. t. every i'v. Ditr GOODS Tor Spring nnd Summer. U? ILL! AM LEE it Co. Xo. 74 Wet Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, effer is usual, to their customers and iv tiers, very extensive and all ractive stock in Fashionable, Ta.teful nnd useful styles of Goods, vi. : 1ADI8 DEESS GOODS, Shawls and Mantillas, Embroideries and La ces, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Hosiery, ifC. Lin ens, Muslins, and all kinds of plum f.brics; Housekeeping Goods, in great variety, Also Goods for men and boy's wear. But'ness conducted on the one price Principle; Trices marked at tales as favejable to pur chasers as can be afforded by any home en gaged in a regular business. l'ersons vi-iting Cincinnati ate respectfully invited to call and examine Goods and prices, April S, 1855. . Farm for Sale. N improved farm, in good condition and good order, about three miles south west of Raton, Preble county, Ohio, is offered for sale at a very low nrice. Sixty acres in cul tivation twenty acres wond-lund, on which there is on ample supply of never-failing rnn nintr water, a log-house, an orchard and a splendid new barn. Description Z. half N. W. quarter section 7, Township 7, range 2 last. For terms, apply to Judge John V. Cmr bell, Eaton, Ohio. J. LOMAX. Bounty Land. A LI SURVIVING commissioned nnd non l commissioned Officers, Soldiers, Sailurs, Musicians, Artificers, Wagon Masters, Tem- s;er, cic, who have Been 14 uays ana up wards, as Regulars, Volunteers, Rangers, JIa lilin, &c, in any war since 1790, are now en titled to 160 acres of land, under on act of Congress, approved March, 1855. All lliose who have reeeived 40 or 80 ocres ore, entitled to the balance. Widows or Minor children of deceased Soldiers are t milled. The under signed hnvingagond deal of experience in the Department lit W ashingloti, 'Vill procure Warrants for a reasonable compensation; and if desired will locate l he same. THOMPSUN St HARRIS, March 15, 1855. ItEHOVAL. BOOKS, STATIONERY AND FA3CY AHTICFES. QUINN & B AIM F I L L, 1) Edl'ECTl'ULLY iurorm the citiiens of Eaton V' and ricinitr, that thev have removed to the POST OFFICK Ut'lLliINii. uud have.iust ojicu. l in adilitiou to their former stock, a choice sc icstion ot Standard Publications, Historical, Miscellaneous and School JJooks, unvmg which mav be enumerated Ancient and Modern Histories, Dictionaries. Headers, Spell ers, &c, &" , together with the most recent and popular Publications of the day, sush as the Xews-Hoy. The Lamp-Lighter, The Liwt Heiress, Ita May, Kutii nan, luiu oi I'.aniiun.ic., &c.,to gether with Blank Books, of every kind; Day Hooks. Journals, Ledgei Pocket ilemoraudums, Ac. ic. Writing Paper, Ru'cd, unruled, Flat Cop. Commercial l'os Note, Mourning. Tissue, wrapping und perforate paper. Slates, I'eiicils, Qaills, StPcl Pens, Cards of every kina card-ciises. Envelopes, Gold Pens. Porte Slonies, Pocket Hooks, Paints. lirushes, Mono-chromatic Board, lionnet Board, Crayons and Blenders. Also a large lot of -T4 Juvenile Books. choico lot ot Perfumed Koapa, Sflifiving Croam, Hair-Oil, Cologne. Extracts for the Toilet, Uuud kerchiefs, aud other Perfumery. Gilt Moulding, Wiudow and Wall Paper. Comic Sentimental and Fancy Vahntinet. All orders in our line will be promptly attended and we hope, by strict attention to bu sinew to receive a liberal share of the public Patronage. Feb. 1. Hoi. ARTIFICIAL TELTII! DBS. DUNCAN & CAMEK0N, No. 15G West Sixth street, between Rjce and Elm ttretts, Cincinnati, O. THIS oilice under the management of its pres ent proprirtors, has been increasing nt repu tation tor superior operations in the Artificial department ot lientistry tor the last ten years, .1 no expense or ed'urt shall be wanting to give satisfaction to all who may favor it with their patronage. The subscribers would call attention to the fol lowing essential point pertaining to Artilicial Teeth, aud strength to toe materials, comfort to wearer, and usefulness iu restoring the uatu ral appearance of the speech, and ability to mas ticate; in all of which they are warranted in sav ing they are exceeded by none and equalled by TEETH Inserted from one to a full sett, with Artificial (inms. nnd half sets invariably inserted by suction. All operations in Dentistry performed in a most thorough manlier. TERMS: Considering the superior character of the work 1 tiie crmrrantee given, tney arc tnemostreas' unable in the West. Two teeth or more on Oold Plate, $3 per tooth. Two teeth or more on Silvar plate per tooth Money refunded if the teeth do not provesat. isfactory. fForthe information of those living at a distance, we would state that our facilities arc such, that we can make iu the finest style, a full of teeth iu from 21 to 4S hours, nnd small peices iu proportion, so that no detention may be appreiieuneu. W. C. DUNCAN, ) n ... J. G CAMERON. Den,lsls' N'o. 1."5West Sixth St between Itace and Cincinnati. Dec. 21, Hoi. tf. DAY & MAT LACK, Wholesale Dealers in No. 57, PcarlStrcot, SOUTH SIDE, BETWEEN UMIM'T k VISE, CIN TNN'VTI, O. rPhey ore now receiving a large and desira I ble slock of Seasonable Goods, to which invite the attention of the trade. Feb. 23, 1854. W. WINSTON, J A. V. WINSTON. SIIOTWKI.I., I. S. WINSTON. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN DRV GOODS, 29 Pearl Street, between Main it Walnut, CINCINNATI, 0. RE now receiving their stock of Spring Goods, which will be found to comprise style, quality and price ofj Foreign A Domestic Dry Goods. selected with a knowledge of the wants of Western Merchants and purchased at the low est prices. Merchants visiting the cily for the rurpofeof purchasing an entire stock or re li"inhinir. will find our stock cnmnlete. va- 1 nnd superior in quality, and our terms Give us a nil at No. 29 Pearl street. February 10, UM. iu to ioi or will ron i this and and ! $300,000 IX GIFTS FOR TIIE PEOPLE ! CAPITAL CITT ART UNI0H COLUMBUS, OHIO. BURNF.LL & CO.'S SECOND CHEAT GIFT DISTRIBUTION. The proprietor lakes grt ot pleasure in n- enunemg to the citizens of the Union, that in consequence of the great satisfaction manifest ed by the ticket holders of their first great Distribution, and the many thousand .volicila- lions from nil parts of the country, in relation to whether they intend getting up another Distribution of Gifts for the people, they have after an unmeiue outlay, been enabled to or fer lo their thousands of patrons the following valuable, mncmhcient, ami unprecedented BRILLIANT SCHEME, to be distributed as soon as the 300.000 Beautiful Engrnvini'S of the Capital of Ohio are distribu.ied among their Patrons. The i ice of the Engraving is but One Dollar, and as a parlor ornament it cannot be surpassed. bead attentively the following list of bem tifnl anil costly Gilts, which will be satisfac torily distributed by a committee of ten, se lecting one from each State w lit re the largest number ofsubscribers are obtained: 1 FARM IS TIIE STATE OF l.N'D., flO.OOO 1 do IS OHIO B.uuo 1 do do 6,uoo 1 Kour-storv ltt ick Dwelling and Lot, in Columbus," Ohio, 6,500 1 do do do 6,5UU 1 Beautiful residence in the town of Mount Vernou 5,500 1 Two-Story Urick l!uildinginChilicotbc,5uO 1 ilrtck Cottage and Lot in Columbus 1 do do do I Framo do do do 1 Handsome Country Residence in Sego, Perrv County. Ohio. 8,000 2,5uo 1,500 8.000 4 Splendid building lots in Columbus, at 2,0u0 10 do do f 1.500 15,ouo 3 do do Cleveland do ti.UDO 1 Grand Action Piano (ChiekeringV) l,2i0 1 Gold Watch, set with l iamouds 1,000 5 do at tow each 2,5oo 10 Rosewood Pianos, at $500 6,000 10 do do nt400 4.000 10 do do at 8n0 B.UOo 50 Gold Watches, at 150 7.5.j0 100 do at 75 10,000 100 do at 40 4,000 300 Silver do at 20 (I.ooO oOo do do at 15 . 7.500 I WO Ladies' Gold Hrcast Pins, at $4 4,uoO 2oo do llrocha Shawls, atJj 5,ooo joOdo Silk Dress Patterns, at $20 lo.ouo 5o00 Gold Pencils, at :) 15,(it) lnOOO Gold Pens, with Silver Cases, at f 2 2o,oO(l o.iodi) Gold Rings, at ju,50 each 3o,0oo T2(.'81 do at 1.00 12,os4 Every purchaser of the splendid large Lith osraphic Engraving, wilLreceive n Certificate Membership entitling thetn lo n chance in the above list of valuable nnd costly Gifis for the People. The Einjravings can be sent by mail (without being damaged, to any port of the country. FIRST COHIE FIRST FERVED. Persons wishing to acl ns Agents for us will plense send n recommendation signed by the Postmaster or some other influential and well known person in tl e place where tney reside. To those persons who have Been acling as Agents for us incut former Distribution, this is not required. All orders with the money enclosed, free of postaee, will meet with prompt Bt'ention. In order lo arivent mixtuU. nernts and oth ers transmitting Money In u vill plense hive il sealed in the presence of te I'ostaiuetcr, ana the atiount entered on the vny bill. We prepay all our letters, cue Jlnrs,yc, lo our fluents and correspondents, and expect them to do "he same with us. irr-Auents waived in every town, whom we will furnish with posters, circulars, acnecmes, msl ructions: &c, on application at ouromce, or bv mail post paid. For further particulars see descriptive bills, iff.., or enquire nt our orhce, no. 2, uicuifs kiock, iuii ovieei, Columbus Ohio. BUR S ELL :. PaorRir.TORS. March 15th, 1853. 3ia. F. DISEKENS Proprietor FIFTH STREET, BET. MAIN & WALNUT G.A.Tavlor. Wm. B. French. J. E. "Wynne TAYLOR, FRENCH, & WYNNE, I M PORTER l- AND WIIOLKSAI.r UKAI.KRMN Irish Linens and Wliile Goods -ALKO Umbrellas, PnrnsoU ClortKjIIosiery, AND EVERY Dt8CklTIO OF TRIMMINGS AND FANCY DRV GOODS Corner Main& PearlSts, Cincinnati September 2, 1852. EATON MARBLE SHOP. THESubscriberis now receiving direct from the East, large additions to his for er stock, of the very best of Marble; an having his employ superior workmen, he feels entire confidence in Kivine perfect satisfaction all who mayfavor him with their putron- age, eiitirr iu MONUMENTS, TOMB TABLES, or HEAD STONES. Also furniture Slabs of Foreign and American Mar ble. Also, Window and Door Caps and Sills uu:k;iii(!s. All work sold very low lor cash country produde at cosh prices. Persons needing work in this line would do well to cnlland.examine my stock at the nev Marble Depnton EastMainstreet, adjoining the Eaton Bank. JOHN D. MILLER. Eaton Jan 13, 1853. tf. Coach and Carriage Trimmings. We have a large stock of goods in the above line, to which we would call the particular at tention of carriage manufacturers Our prices will bo found very low. . J. A. Ilubbeil A Co. Just Itcceivcil. BIRD Cages.Canary and Hemp Seed at theDrug Store of J. I'. BriHikins A Son. ROUND Alum and Lake S ilt bv (hi. Uarrclor J" Sack, just received and for sale by' main. R. S. CUNNINGHAM. ii - . ; . : roccries, a choice stock now on hand Tend for sale wholesale or retail. Send your orders to the Grocery of Wilson & Lani us if you desire fresh, cheap and good articles pposite the Court House, Mnin st. , Eaton, O. TII03IPSON Si IIAKK19 Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, T7ILL practice in Preble andiuljoiningcoun VV ties. All business entrusted to their care meet with prompt attention. Oflice on Rar- Street, three doors north of Vanausdal's store. haton, Uhio. Feb. 8, 1855. Ho for '.i e Kew Gools! FIRST ARRI iL FROM THE EAST 1 1 STEPHENS 4 CO., ARE now receivine and opening the largest stock of Goods they have ever offered in market. From the experience we have had, we believe we have selected a stock of Goods, which in quantity, quality, style arid price, will satisfy the wants of this commu nity, and if they will call, we will tike much pleasure in showing them our goods, telling our prices. Coma One and All. look before you nurchase elsewhere. OTKemember Stephens Co.. Msin Street. Eaton, opposite National Hotel. of are test Latest Importations. THAXKFCL for the liberal share of patronage received from a generous public, J. CHAMBERS, respectfully informs his old friends and custom ers, and tlie people generally, that he has just re ceivedl'romthccityaucwnnd large assortment of CLOCKS, WATCHES, AND JEWELRY. among which may be found almost every style, pattern and priceof Eight-d.av, Twenty-four liour and Alarm CLOCKS. Also, Gold and Silver Lever, M;gic, Lupine, English, Sw iss, Dutch aud French mw jm. rv au m m Emerald, Pearl, Tiinpiois, Cornelian Mournintr. Garnet, l'laiu and set cluster breastpins, Eur and riiifer-rinps. superior uoki I'eiis, (mai'd, est and Eob chains, Gold aud Silver Pencils. Guards Slides, Thimbles, Tooth-picks. Shirt-studs, lie. Money tHelts. cluronets, tortx'se shell combs, thermometers, toys, toy-watches, fancy baskets, silver forks, butler-knives, frJ isl Si S 0 03 2? 23 S 0 Gold spectacles and lockets, steel beads, rings, tassels, Accordeous, music boxes, llutes, &c.,ic. C U ILER V, Superior pocket and peo-kuives Luxurious sba- viuir razors, .-t ine table cutlery, salt-spoons, nn-i gar tongs, woie ana tea upoous, une silver, piaiea and Brittianna ware. SPECTACLES, fiilrcr, steel, nnd N YTPi Plated ; tJojgles, :y..,. bcissors, i wuezers, steel pens. Morocco aud steel spectacle cases, tooth, bair, and cloth brushes, pins and needles, silk, cotton and buck-skin pocket-books wallets, shaving boxes, una p.and strops, conipas. es, amber beads, percussion caps, curtain-bands wafers, uuruionicous, steel and dated Watch chains. Gold Silver, Gilt, nnd Slcci. Watch chaijsaud Keys, plated nnd silk guards- A lot oi lovs, c, Willi ninny articles The largo amount of clocks, watches and Jewelry sold by the subscriber, is the best evidence ol the excel lency of the articles he keeps on hand. t?"Call and examine for yourselves, opposite the Court House, Eaton, Ohio. Feb. 1, 155. tf Dr. E. Meiidenliiiirs FAMILY MEDICINES! rVlIE best and cheapest known! Every bojy i hiiuld use them. For Sick-head-acho foul stomach, and nil bi. ilous complaints, uso Dr. Jleudeuhall's Sanative I ami i-i ver nils For Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, for all Chron ic aud Debilitating Disease-" ill Females, use Dr Menilenball'sSanative and Liver Tills, and Dr. Mendonhair.-S;:rsai)aril!aaiid Dandelion. These are the best Female Medicines o! the ao-e. For allt'nuirhs. Colds! Cnnm. Wliooniiirr.nniirrh. l'lciirisy and A thnm, un Dr--Mendenhairs Cough Itccjicil)'. For Hhcumr.tism. Neurak-ia. Toolh.nche. J.i-. ache, Sprains, Uniises. Cratni-cliolic, Cholera, and all pains;' both internal and external, use Dr. .Memlcjuhall s Imperial Liniment. For Flux, DiiiiTlwn.Cliuli.nl .1 mhos. Vnnof inrr. nnd all looseness of the Dowels, use Dr. Mcndeu- uaii s inseiitcrv ttaKmi. ror Ague, aud Chills, and Fever. uscDr. Men- dcnhall's Ague rill. Forwormsof all kinds, use Dr. Metidenliall'f Worm Syrup, the must pleasant and effectual Worm Medicine known. For Hums, Scalds, old Sores. oro Ninnies nnd Breasts, outward files., and all itchv diseases of the skin, use Dr. MendcnhaH's Imperial Salve. In the commencement of all diseases, use Dr. Mendciihall's Sanative and Liver fills. Sold by W. T. WHITFIELD. Agent at Eaton, and by ngeiits throughout the couulry. Marck f.t, 1J54. 2,000 ISutiirts While V Itiowii FiuxKoed to Loan. TIIE undersigned has Two Thousand Hushcls (lOorl Cleau i'laxf.-rl to l.fi.ui on Te.iM,nnl,lt terois. l'ersons wishinrr to liorrow. will please cill at my tirocery, where will be found aline assortment of Codecs Sugars, Teas, Fair, Fish FAMILY GISOl EKIIUS, PURE WIXES AXI lilUXLIES For Medi cinal purposes, sold cheap Ea-tend M ii'sli A Lockwuod's new Building, Main Street, Eaton, Ohio. K. S. CUXMXGIIAM. March 22, 1853. .1. , WILLIAMS, Wholcsalcaud Itetail Dealer in FRESH GROCERIES, Baron si., Eu'.on, O. Fresh Bread, and Cakes constantly on hand. A ': HEAT. live. Corn, Oats, Flaxseed, Pot a tues.andall kindsof l'roduceboughtatthc wlmlesnle and retail grocery of ma. 30. R. S. Ciinnincrbr.m 1)l;l)0.l.S and Brushes of all k'lids just recciv 3 ed and for sale by the wholesale or retail at the Grocery of K. S. Cunningham. Just ICcccircri LA).fi!" and fresh supply nf GROCERIES o all kiii'ls, which will be sold wh(iles;ile unc A ial ut the lowest rates, bv March 'M. R. S. CUNNINGHAM. Cider Mills. We have in store a few of Culp's Portable Cider si ins; a spiennui mill lor the , arming community For nle at the Preble countr Aericultural Ware house of J. A. Ilubbeil & Co. VOX'S CATHARION, a most splendid article for preserving aud beautifying the hair. It pro vents iistallinsro:! and turniuc irrev, lor sale at the Drug-store of J. P. BrooKins A Son. C1UA('KERS, Cheese, Ac. .of the bertipialitr.for sale by Lnu 30 It . t'UXXIIIA-M in AAA nrsilELS OATS WANTED, for ll,''Uv' which the hie lies price in ensli will be paid, by R. S. Cl'N.NMN .HAM. HAMS, Shoulders and Sides for salo at the wholesale and retail Grocery of ma 3ft. F. S. f r.rnirpl:r.m. ORAN'GES, Lemons, Xuts. Fruits, Ac., for stle cheap at the wholesale and retailtirocery of ma 8(. R. S. Cunningham. J. II. IHLklLIHsIl, gjg2&RESIlEXT DENTIST, QJ25 ' Eaton, Ohio, Office and residence on Baron street west of the Court limine, iu the house lately occupied by r. A. Cunningham. April ti, isil. ly. mOMACCO of oil kind" on hand, and is offered T to the lovers of the Weed at our usual low trans. Lanius A Perroot. A LI, kinds of SEfJAKS kept 011 hand and for sale by the thousand, box, or retail, at Lanius A Dejrroot's ILS such ns Lard, Tanners' and Linseed Oil which will ba sold at the lowest rates by Lanius A Degroot. FISII a good article of Mackerel, White and Cod, by the Hanoi or otherwise, nil of which warranted by Lanius A Degroc t. D; RIED PEACHES, of a superior quality, for sale by Lanius A Deprroot. STUFF'S Madder, Indiiro. Loirwood. kept constantly on hand and for sale by Lanius & Degroot. Soap! Soap I JUST received at the Grocery of Lanius A De groot, a large lot of Rosin Soap best quality Persons deirin a superior article will nlea.e its quality. v : a -tl-just 1 'I vt for T O'CONNEB & BR0THEEV SUCCESSORS TO GALLIGHER & ERNST, ; : Wliolesala Dealers in , FOREIGN & DQMBSTIC DRY GOODS; No. 123 MAIIT BTEEET, BETWEEN THIRD AHD EOUBTH ITS., CINCINNATI. (CrSpecial Inducements September 23, 18"1 ly- offered to Cash Custotaera. Lebanon "Citiien" copy on year. i GEORGE LEWIS, MANUFACTURER) JOBBER aud RETAILER CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS, NO. 76 FOURTH STREET Ori'OSllMTII UIXOa'S N1X0 HALL, runxisuED materials maxufactckeb to obdkk Taper patterns kept constantly on hand, two fur ench garment, or.e basted, the other to cut bv, so that customers will have no trouble of putting them together. Oct. 2'i, 18.-4. - 1L- JOUX J TROXELL " JOHN J. TIIOXCLL& 0. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ,Ribbons,Flowcrs, ErabrMtlfries, Silks, ANU A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP MILLINERY GOODS. 148 FIF TH 8TREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO. GREAT CHANCE FOR BARGAINS!! milEuiidersiirncd bcin-r desirous of closingout J-his business, now otfers for sale a larce lot of HUGUIES AND CAKKIAUES, which will be sold cheaper than any establish ment in the countv. He will trade lor horses or IdhuTHesAcariinires. A credit of ninemuuths will be given for pood papef. All those wanting something nice and serviceablewilllind it money iu their pockets to give us a call. 1 W. U. 4 O. KLINE. Eaton, June 17, 1831 12tf. OSAGE ORANGE FEWCI 1VO! THE undersighed is enenped in the planting ami renrinvof the Osnce Oranee, " ml i now nren:'red to make engacementa for fu rnisLi sprouts and setting, or setting and maturing dices alfuir prices, nrd will warrant a FIRST RATE FENCE, in four venrs! All orders addiessed to West Elkion,' Preble county Ohi, w ill be promptly attended to. N. HORN'ADAY. Dec. 7 1354. tf. Music! Music! T ITST received nt C. Vanausilnl & Go's a tl fine lot of Violins Flutes, Violin Strings, Bridces, Tail pieces, Sciews, & Kosin. April fi, 1S54. If. WAKK BOOMS. ISAAC L. JOHNSON, respectfully announ ces to the citizens of Eaton, and the public ..,.n lie il.'ii lip hns now on . lllll, !v hand, ready made and for sale, Si n larne and haud:;onie assot'.- ment of FL'UNITL'lit, einbraciiig ckgaiit Solas, Centre Tables, Easy Chairs, Parlor Chairs, tec, of the most beautiful and ap proval styles of form tiid finish. COMMON CABINET WARE. I have on hand a very heavy slock of chea per ware, comprising Cane, Flugnnd Wood- Seat Chairs, Stands, Bedsteads, Lounges, &c. The above articles may be loinm at my uooms on ll.i ron street, adjoining the Book-Store of Ellis Minshall, and immediately west of the Court House, where all persons desiring any thins in '.lit Fuhniturk line are icjucsUd to coll. Having in operation n! my tnnnu'nctiiriiir; establishment, near the Knilroad Depot, Sleam Turning .Machinery, I will utlend to all orders in mv line with promptness. Work of all kiinls made to order oil short notice and reo sminble rates. Thankful for (he liberal slinre of public pa Iroimce heretofore received, the subscriber lmiieu to merit and receive a continuance of public favor. Eaton, Jan. 2G, 1854 tf. THOMAS W. SF HAGUE $ Co. NEW YORK CLOTUIERS It TAILORS, No. 113 Main Street between 3d i. 4th streets Cincinnati, Ohio. CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE & RETAIL Furnishing Articles of every description, Terms Cash ! ! Liquors. A GKNEnALao-oiitment of I.iuuor'of allk i pure article, for sale at the wholesale o"d retail (Jrocery of ma 30. R. S.CUXXIVfillAM. f (JItKS, Riikes, Spules ml Shovel a of va-ious J kind.fou hand at the (jrocery of ma 30. U. S. CUXXIVGIIAM Eajon Pressing Koom. ilfuin s tree t ,ndjoinin ft he National Hole I ItOUKItT GOINGS. ATOW holds himself in readiness for Barber. ing, Hnir Dressing, Shnmpnoing and every hinc; that lielons to ins line of business. No ains will he spared to please all, and he in tes all to call and try for themselves. LANll'S & DEGKOOT, W liolcsulc and Iletatl Grocers, MAI V STICEGT, EATON, O. I RE now in receipt of, and will continue receive larse suptilicsof choice Family Gro. eerien. which thev oiler to their liticrnl inteonM terms fully adequate to meet the wnnU of these trying times. Dec. 21.M.W Fine lot of Coffee of tho most choico kinds, received and for salo nt the new firm of li.mius & Dcproot. jTOLASSES, all kinds and tlio most superior ill quality, now in store and offered tothe pub at the Grocery of Lanius A Degroot. Queensware and Glassware, rHINA, Slonennd Common ware, Glassware j of all kinds, Looking-glnsses of all sizes at the New Store of STEPHENS & Co. SUGARS. We have now on hand for disposal as fine a variety of .Smrnrs as can behnd nnv. where, and will sell as many pounds to the dol lar. Lam us A Degroot. .EAS. We call tho special attention of those who are fond of ood Tea to our suimlv. c uo noi uesuaie 10 rccommcna it. Lanius A D 'groot. 'UriLLOW & CEDAR Ware-a 8no assortment V Y for sale at the Grocery of Lanius A Degroot. PURE nnd Xo. 1 White Lead of the best brands' sale by J. P. Brookins A Son. Boots & Shoes. (1ALF, K;p, Slogs and Congress Boots, Pat vent Leather and other Fancy shoes. Ladies' and Children's shoes of all styles at Ihe New Store of iTEPHEN' Co. AXIUS A DEOR0OT haveonhandalotof the LIbest Cranberries lately seen in this market sui.i Cincinnati prices. DOCTOR TOURStLF: TIIE POCKET vESCULAPIlJS On, EVERT OKI HIS OWN fHTI ICiAK. , "- (vNr"'HE 60' b. Edition, with One Hur WjSSJ&gi L tired Engravings, showing Diset HjLJ ges and Malformations of the riumail System in every shape oml form. To Whiok is added a Treatise on the Disease! of Females, being of the highest importance to married people, or those contemplating marrsge. By WILLIAM YOUNG .H '," ' Let no father be ashamed to present n Copy oflhe SCL'LAPU'S to bis child. If IJiaf save Ip'ii from an early grave. - Let no young man or woman enter into the secret obliga tions (,f married life without readini tha POCKET jESCULAPIUS. Lit- ho one uf. ferint from a hacknied Cough, Pain in the licit, restless nights, nervous feelings, and the whole train of Dyspeptic ensations,acd given up by their physicians be another moment without consulting the JEsculapius Have (he married, or those about to be married any impediment, read this truly usetul book, as it has been tha means of saving thoussndsofonfortunatecrea turcs from the very jaws of death. IfrAny person sending TwGNTY-rlV I CENTS enclosed in a letter, will receive on copy of this work by mail, or five copies will be sent lor une uoliar. Address, (post paid.) DR. WM. Y0UNO.' No. 152 Spruce St., Philadelphia. ' W.M'Lkan. P. L. Wwrn- Washington M'Lcan Co., BOILERMAKERS, and dealen in e Hand Boilers anil Engines, Congretf street, one dooreast of Ludlow, Cincii nati, Ohio.' . : Constantly on hand anassoiment of naw andsecond hand Boilers, which, thj willsel tow or exchange ferold ones. June 3, 1852 I'URE . NATI VK WINE, prepared by Dr, F,.i( Ciii'mk, aud for sole at the Drug-store of Apl. J. P. Brookins A Son, Valuable Properly for Sale. : THE undersigned will sell at Private Salt a piece of Property about four miles west of Greenville, Durke county, hio, in tha village of Colesville, within two hundred tod of the Jnt'li'inn Cmtral Railroad, containing USE ACRE OF LAND, w-ll Improver! with Shrubbery, Fruit Trees, 4c, and hating Ihereeu erected a Frame House. rontaining eight rooms, a good kitchen, Je.i A'C. and stobliug for eighteen horses. Tka House has heretofore beer, occupied as Tavern Stand The properly will be sol I on easy terms; an4 an indisputable title given. For fnrlh'r particulars enquire of tha Edi tor of the Democrat, nr THOS. McDONOCH, 6th St., near E m, Cincinnati, Ohia.. TO THE PUBLIC. . , . f1 HE undetsified would respectfully and L noitnce to ihe Public that he has recently pened a LIYEEY STABLE in Elton, tnd u) niiw prepared to accominoda'e all who msf desire Ciirrines, Buggies, or Saddle horses foi lure, nt all times. He will also attend to con veying Passengers to any of the sunoundinf villages upon short notice. His ' will slip continue lo be run 'to and from tie Depot, mornidg and evening, for the accom inudutioii oflhe citizens, from whom he tola its an increase d patronoge. W.J. PLACE. ' Ealon, March 9, 1854. ' r: ; P. S. He keeps constantly on bsnd good seasoned fire wood, which he will delivei en reasonable terrr;s. . . . . Scott's Little . iant Patent Com and Cob Mill. Patented May 16, iSU. The undersigned respectfully beg leave to in. form the farming comiiKinity and publie in gene, ral that they hare now in store and ready for sale a choice lot of the above named Mills.wbicb. wo warrant to grind twelve bushels of corn ia one hour, drawn by one horse. Farniera and others nre rcscctfiitly solicited to call at out store and see one of our mills in operation. J, A. Ilubbeil A Co., 13 Barron street. SPECIAL NOTICE To nil Persons Interested.. ALL those knowing themselves indebted U E. Minshall and E. Minshall A; Son, are earnestly requested to make payment on or t lore the lath of January next, to . Minslisll, who is full) authorized to (.lose the uooka.aaa make settlements. . N. B. It is confidettly hoped thatnoaddi ionnl notice will be required: butlhatallcoa cerned will promptly come forward and liquid-i nte their indebtedness. E. MINSHALL-wlll nt all times be found at the IV CW Book Store, in J. Campbell'sbmlJin;, west oflhe Court House. E MINSHALL 4 SON. Ealon, Jan 5, 1864-tf. " . . Carrige Baggie & Wagon Shop, 'PliE undersigned would respectfully eii L nousce tothe public that he still cotrtini ues to carry on Carnage Buggie At Two horse wagon making at the old stand adioimrtr Ifenl'8 blancnsmith shop. Work of 411 fctwls madeto order on short notice. Also several new Buggies and Carriages . . ready made nnd for sale on terms that cannot ail to suit. Persons in wantof like arlitltf are invited to calland examine the work fot tham selves before purchasing elsewhere. ; , P. S. All kindsof repairing done, old bug. gies and carriages repainted and re trim mod, on fair terms with neatness and despatch- W. T WHITFIELD. Eaton Aprtl6th 1853. . ' I 01? ACCO, Snuff and Cigars oi all kinds for I sale at the wholesale and retail Grocery of ma 80. R. 9. Cunningham. J. P. BALL, e Nos. 28 Fourth & 10 Fifth $t.f" CINCINNATI. . , ., ; - My facilities foi taking pictures of children er not equalled in the city, having lately added a new room will) a superior light expressly for that purpose, rrr Pictures taken in all kind of weather. March 9, 1853. ' '-mi i. A XEW article in this market. NTJT OIL fer He. chinery, Ac., for sale at the Dnier-store ot Apl. . . 1 J, F, Uroo-ina ft BODJ RASKETS, Buckets. Tubs, Chums and other artielea of Odir and Willo.'Wars-ow for sale at the Grocery 0 ' ma 10. . . it. d. vvniauoAJJ , HANDLES Wholesale aod retail, for eale by U Lenin A Pabraof.