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3) 'CONNER & BROTHER,
SUCCESSORS Tp GALLAGHER '& E 11NST, ; V t '" -Wholesale Dealers In--- REMi-IOIIffllC MY GOiS, Hi. 133 HAIH 8TBEET, BETWEEH TH1BD AUD FOTJEIH ST8., . CINCINNATI . -OGTSpecial. Inducements oflbred to Cash Customers. September 23,1351 ly- Lebanon "Citiien" copy one year. ,5 i. ' DOCTOB YOUBSELF: -THE rOCUET JCSCULAPIIS OR. IVKUV'OTI HIS OWN ritVSlC.AN. S!S L"d-red Engravings, showing Disea 'MLr stfs and Malformations of the Human 6ystem in every shape asul form. To which is added TtsaAiseon the Diseases of Female.-!, being of the highest importance to married people, or those contemplating marrage. By WILLIAM YOUNG ,31 .!. ' Lei no father be ashamed io present a copy ' of the JESCULAPIUS to bis child. It may aave h'U from an early grave. Let no young man or woman enter into the secret obliga llim of ruirried life without rending the POCKET jE JCCLAP US. Let no one Mif ferinji froura liacknied Cough, Pain in the side, restless nights, nwous feelings, and the whole train of Dyspeptic sensations, and given it p by their physicians he another moment without consulting 'lie .Bsculnpitis Have the married, or those about to be married any impediment, rea 1 this truly useful hook, as it hns been the means of saving thousands ofuiifurluiiale creu lures from the very jaws ol death. irrAny person sending TWENTY-FIVE CE.VfS enclosed in a letter, will receive one copy of tins work by mail, or five copies will be sent for One Dollar. Address, (post paid.) DR. AVM. YOUNG. No. 152 Spruce St., Philadelphia. W.M.'Leaw. P. L. Weaver Wasuingtonltl'Lcaii&Co., DOILER MAKERS, anddealerJin Stcon IJ Hand Boilers and Engines, Congress street, one uooraast o1 Ludlow, emeu nati, Ohio. C instantly on hand an assormenl of new andesond hand Boilers, which they willsel jow or exoliange leroto ones. J una 3, 1832 U. W. WINSTON, A. V. WINSTON. T. 8II0TWKLL, I. N. WINSTON. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN DKY GOODS, o, 29 Pearl Street, between. Main & Walnut, CINCINNATI, 0. A RE now receiving their stock of Spring XX Goods, which will be found to comprise every style, quality and price of Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods, selected with a knowledge of the wants ol Western Merchants and purchased at the low est prices. Merchant! visiting the city for the purpose of purchasing an entire stock or re plenishing, will find our stock complete, va ried anil superior in quality, and our terms low. Give us a call at No. 29 Pearl street. February 1G, 1851. Scott's Little iant Patent Corn ' and Cob Mill. Patented May 1G, 1851. The nnloriiffiied resncctfnllv bjir leave to in- form the farming community niid public iu gene ral that ther have now in store aud readv for sale a choice lot of the above named Mills.wbich we warrant to grind twelve bushels ot corn in one hour, drawn bv one horse. Farmer and others are respectfully solicited to call at our more ana see one ot oar m ils in operation. J, A. Ilubbell A Co., 13 Liarrou street. Carrigc Buggie& Wagou Shop. rp.lE undersigned would respectfully an i noua.ee tothu public that he still contin ues to carry on Carnage Buggie & Two horse wagon making at. the old stand adjoining Neal's blaacnsmith shop. Work of all kinds mideto orderou short notice. Also several uew Italics and Carriages ready made and for sale on iernis that cannot ail to suit. Persons in wjiit of like articles are invited to callau 1 examine the work for tliein . selves beforepurchasing elsewhere. P. S. All kinds of repairing done, old huo giesand carriages repainted and relrimined, on fair terms with neatness and despatch. W. T WHITFIELD. Eaton AprilSth 1853. TO THE PUBLIC. fji HE undersigned would respectfully sn nounee to the Public that he has recently fiened a LIVEBY STABLE iu Elton, and is now prepared to accommodate all who m.n desire Carriages, Buggies, or Saddle horses for hire, at all times, lie will alsonlteud to con--veyiug Passengers to any of the sunoundmi: villages upon short notice. His . .vac w ss. t I will still continue to be run to and from the ' I Depot, mornidg and evening, for the accom modation of the citizens, from whom he soliC' its an increased patronage. W.J. PLACE, Eaton, March 9, 1854. r.b. lie keeps constantly on hand good seasoned fire wood, which be will deliver on jeasonaole terms. SPECIAL NOTICE To all Persons Interested. A LL tfmse knowingtheinselves indebted to iL Mmshall and K. Mmshall 4 Son, are earnestly requested to make payment on or be tore the lath of January next, to E. Minshall who is full) authorized to close the Rooks and make settlements. N. B. it is confidently hoped thatnoaddi lional notice will be required: but that all con cerned will promptly come forward and liquid ate the:r indebtedness. E. MINSHALL will at all limes be found at the New liooli tere, iu j. Cainpbell'sbuiMiiii;, west of lhe ov-Jtiri nouse. k MINSHALL 4 SON Eaton, Jan 6, 1851-tf. V us J. P. BALL, in os. Jf'ourtn & 10 Filth sts. CINCINNATI. My facilities fot taking pictures of children are noiequaneo in the city, having lately added a new room with a superior light expressly for timt purpose. BTPictures taken in all kinds of weathet March 9, 1853. DAY & MAT LACK, Wholesale Dealers in JJfo, ST, Pearl Street, JOUTJ SIDE, BETWEEN WALNUT k VISE, CIN INN TI, O. They are now receiving a large aud desira ble stock of Seasonable Ooods, to which they invite the attention of the trade. Feb. 23, 1854. ... LYON'S CATHARIO.V, a most splendid artlcfe for preserving and beautifying the uair. It pre vents its falling o f ana turning grev, for sale at theDrafr-storaof J. P. Brookius A Son. 1 will O We fl ! ACKERS, Cheese,, J sale by mi 30J T" I .Ac.ofthebestqnolitt'.rcr a..CUNNLVGHA;i Iny 1011N J TKOXKI.L. JOHN A.ASOBliUI JOHN J.TROXELLAIO. WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALEBS IN Ribbons, Flowers, Liubroiderirs, Silks, AND A COUPLSTK ASSORTMENT Or MILLINERY GOODS. 143 FIFTH STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO. GBEAT CHANCE FOB BARGAINS!! THE uudeisigued being desirous of closing out bis business, now oilers for sale ft large lot of BUG GILS AND CARRIAGES, tvliich will be sold cheaper than any establish ment in the county. He will trade for horsed or ldbiurgiesA carriages. A credit of uinemouths will be given for Rood paper. All those wanting sonn'tliiii'i nice nud seivicenblewillliud it niouev iutheirpockctstogivensa call. W. 11. it G. KLINE. Eaton, June 17, 1351 12tf. OSAGE ORANGE FENCING! THE undersigned is encaged in the planting und rearingof the Os.igc Orange, Mid is now prepared to make engagements for furnishing sprouts and setting, or setting and maturing unues alfuir print, ard will warrant a FIEST SATE FENCE, in four years! All orders addiessed to West Elklon, Preble county Ohio, will be promptly attended to. N. HORNADAY. Dec. 7 1S54. tf. verumeiit for Bounty Lnml or J'eUsiuiiH I'ur 'erviees reudend iu the war of lbla or any other .vnicric.iu war slice )7jo. llaviiiiren;r.i.reil the nssitnncpnf Win TT Mil lerKsq., an Attorney reaidili!? iu Wasliimrfm, city (iorincrly of llaiiiillou Ilutler couuty Ohio,) he can trive assurance that f:i..im ,.m. ,,-!, 1 ... , X ', S T l""' 0mcu 01 W"' ' v. FALL. 1951. THOMAS McDONOGH, CISC INN AT I, 0. WHOLESALE GKOCEIt, AND UEALF.R IN Eesds Country Produce, &c. Gtlt Street, North Side, 3 duort HVat uf Elm. THE subscriber takestbis method of informing A his old fi-ieu.Jsaud the public iu geueral.tluit he has enlarged his store r.wni above aud below. and isnow reeeivingalargeaud fresh assortment of UHOCKHIKS, comprising iu p . rt, of o' j tiarrels INo. 1 AJackerel. 100 ' No. 2 60 " No. 3 " 150 1 2 " Nns. 1, 2 a.nl 3. "a " New Whilefish.3 601-2 " " " 150 ' Prime Plantation Molasses. 100 Kegs assorted Nails. dO lioxes Glass. Sngar, Coffee, Tea, Bice, Indigo, Alum? Madder, t'operas, Cotton Yarns, Salt. Tobacco, ueau, sc., logeiuer wuu all articles ot (rroeer e suitable for the country trade. Merchants are respectfully iuvited tv cull unit ..v imlti,. mv,ia mm uscenaiu prices ueiorc pnrcnasing else where. Octobers, 1354, WAItK ItOOJIS. TSAAC L. JOHNSON,' respectfully announ L tes to lhe citizens of Eaton, and the public luuji .vv generully, that he has now on K'wtmi hand, ready made and for sale. w"'"'? a larsre and handsome assor'. ment of FURNITURE, embrnciug elegant Solas, Centre Tables, Easy Chairs, Parlor Chairs, &c, of the most beautiful and p provtd styles of form end finish. COMMON CABINET WABE. I have on hand a very heavy stock of chea per ware, comprising Cane, Plug and Wood Sfat Chairs, Stands, liedstends, Lounges, 4c The above articles mnv be foiup" nt mvRoont! on Riiron street, adjoining the Book-Store of bills .Minshall, and immediately west of the ourt House, where all persons desiring nnv tiling in '.lit Fuu.NiTi'RG line are requested to can. Having in operation n! my manoncttirinr establishment, near the Railroad Depot, Steam i urniiig .ijaciiinery, 1 will atteml to olltrilf rs in my line with promptness. Work of nil kinds made to order on short notice and reu soualile rates. Thankful for the liberal slinre of public pn- iroiingo heretolore lecived, the suhscribpr hopes to merit unil receive a continuance of pniiuc tavor. Eaton, Jan. 2G, 1854 tf. AtUflltion SoStil t! I A.ME.S A. GlLMoIIji will prosecute upon lib O eral terms all claims against the General April 5, lfeii. Sm. Coach and Carriage Trimmings. Wehuvea large stock of goods in the above line, to which we would call the particular at tention of carriage manufacturers Our prices will be found very low. J. A. Ilubbell&Co. Just Heccived. BIRD Cages.Canary and Hemp Seed attlieDrng Store of J. I'. Brooking A Son. ("1 nOUN'l) Alum and Lake Salt hr theUarrelor J Sack, just received and for sale by "al0. K.S. CUNNINGHAM." , ou Ti'oceries, a choicestork now mi hand and for sale wholesale or retail . Send your orders to the Grocery of W ilsck 4 Lani. if you desire fresh, cheapand goodarticles pposne tne uoun. House, Alain st. , Eaton, O, . TIIOItirSON & I1A1CKI Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, 11 ill, practice in rrebie andadjoimngcoun V V ties. All business entrusted to their rarp meet with prompt attention, (jrliceon Bar ronStreet,threedoorsnorth of Vanausdal's store. baton, Olno. Feb. 8, 1855. Salt I Salt! Salt! JLST receiving a large lot ol Salt which I will sell to my old 'iriends at the lowtsl rates. Call and purchase. R.S. CUNNINGHAM, fl nflfl BUSHELS OATS WANTED, for j,jvj winch Hie htghes be paid, by price iu cash n. S. CCNNIN HAM LANI US & DEGROOT have on hand a lot of the best Cranberries late! y seen in this market. lj at Cincinnati prices: flfJfJARS. We have now on hunt) tnr ,lt.u.i as Sne a rariely of Sugars as can behad any. where, and will sell as many pounds to the dol lar. LaniusA Den-root TEAS. We call the sjiecial attention of those who arc fond of good Tea to Our supply do not hesitate to recommend it. Lanias A Drgroot. S It!9iU! Sal t! , ni. A. n--.nAi - . ... . . , riuuiio wyw receiving a large Usupply of Salt, diffeient qualities, which will sell attic lowest rates. . ; lie i X JL) I .-.u..,,ui A ol , We tor IWill A Latest Importations. TTIANKFDL for the liberal share of pat ronagv received from a generous public, ; J.CHAI!IEKS( respectfully Informs his old frieuds and curtoni ers, and the people generally, that he has just rc ceivcdfromtbecityanvwaiid largo assortment of f5 CLOCKS, WATCHES, m ' AND - - k-M J EWE L It Y. among which may be found almost every style, pattern and prieeof Hight-d.ky, Twenty-fourliour and Alarm CLOCKS. Also, Uold iliiil silver Lever, Magic, Lepiue, English, Swiss, Dutch and French nmr j raac mx. ancj w-m m Emerald, Pearl, TurquoU. Cornelian Mourning. Garnet, Plain and set cluster breustiins. Ear and Finger-rings, superior Gu!d l'cus, Guard, Vest nd Fob chains, Gold and Silver 1'encils. Guards Slides. Thimbles. Tooth-picks. Shirt-sludu, &c. Money "ltelts, claionets, tort i so shell combi. thermometers, toys, tor-watches, fancy baskets. I - L I.-' " silver iui&s, uuiier-nuiyes, "j? i a 13 O 03 S ISi a , uuiu speeiacics ana lockets, steel hearts, rings, lasaois, Accorucous, music boxes, miles, 4;c.,4c, o u r l e r y , Superior pocket and pen-kuives Luxurious sha ving razors. Fine table cutlery, salt-spoons, su gartons.tableand tea snoous. tine silver.plated uuu urii.iiiiiiNtt wurc. SPECTACLES Silver, steel, and T Plated : dm ntH Scissors, Tweeiers, 'steel ens. Moroceo and steel Hmrt.,rln cases, tooth, hair, and cloth brushes, pins and needles, silk, cotton and buck-. skin pocket-books walkts, shaving boxes, soap, and strops, compas e, limber beids, M.'rcussion caps, cartain-biuds waiere, uarinonicoos, steot auj plated Wutch cunins. GoJd Si Ivor Gilt and Steel Watch chai.is and Keys, plated und silk guards. a lot ouoys, Ac, withmanyarticlcs Thclnrge minium oi tiocKs, wateues and Jewelry sold bv mo suoncrioer. isttie best evideucc of the excel lency of the articles he keeps on hand. frati and examine for yourselves, opposite wi I. uipiiiu, J3.UIOU, VUIO. Feb. 1, 1855. tf. b,wwu UiiMm-Is White Iliowu iriaxsoed to Loan. THE undersigned has Two Tlious.md lfushels uoou tlean rlaxsied to Loau on reasonable terms. Persona wishinir to tin. TDU. Will ItiMfltut cnllat my Grocery wlitro will be found a tine assortment ot CoIIcca, rSiifars, Teas, alt.Fish, I'UKL, W I.LS AXI) 11RAXDIES For Mcdi ciiml purposes, sold cheap. Eastern! M-irsh & Lockwood's new Building, .aiu an tci, JJaiou, U1IIO. R. S. CU.V.MXGHAM March 22.. 1353. JOSEPH H. BAPEB, Ilerciindise ami Prmliirf Broker. 42 MAIN STKEET, (SECOND 8TORV,) CINCINNATI, OHIO. Oct. 5, '54 yr. Ho for t. e New Ooods! FIRST ARRI.L FROM THE EAST!! STEPHENS 4 CO., VKE now receiving and opening lhe largest slock of Goods they hove ever offered in this market. From lhe expi rience we have had, we believe we have selected a stock of Goons, which in quantity, quiilily, style anil price, will satisfy the wants of mis commu nity, and if they will call, we will uke mucli pleasure in showing them our goods and telling our ptices. Come One and All, and look befort you nurcliase eliewhere. t7 Remember Stephens Co., Main Street, Eaton, opposite National Hotel. THOMAS W. SFUAGUE ? Co. NEW YORK CLOTHIERS k TAILORS, No. 1 13 Main Street between 3d 4 4th streets Cincinnati, Onto. CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL Furnithing Arliclet oj every dtccr'plion, Terms Cash ! ! Liquors. A Gi:.N'i;r.ALassortiiu)UtolLi(unrsofiil kind f pure article, for sale at the wholesale and retail Grocery of S. CUNNINGHAM. ma 80. i . a' K;kt"1Nl,?t'a,,,"l Shovels of va-iouf i"ubuu nuuu ai tne oro ma 30. Grocery of K.S. CUNNINGHAM. . Catoti Urcssint; Koom. MutHMireet ,a djein in ft he A'a tiotxulllotel liOIiF.KT cnivxc TI 'V holds himself in readiness fnrnrl.,. . '"tf-H'iir Dreeing, Shnmponiiig ond every oeiougs to ins tine of business. No ' ' ,',pn 10 Plense ""J he in M.i ,u can anu try lor themselves. HAMS Shoulders and Sides for sale at the wholesale aud retail Groceryof ",a l. S. f'frvvTvr!irxf ORANGES, Lemons Nut,, Fruits, Ac, for sale cheapat the wuolesaleand retailGroceryof R. S.Cunninjrham ma 30. LA J I I'M A li:UKOl'l Wholesale und Itelatl Crocers MAI STUEUT. EATON. O. A RE now ill ni. , Ar -.l ...:t, ... ollu wlll c lutinue to receive lame iii)i,linm,f nlw.io p:ir!. eerie, ivhiel. they oiler to their liberal patrons terms lully adequate to meet the wants of vv.-h u.w.iu nine. Ilur. 0 mu AFiuelotof Coffee of the moat choice kinds, iust receircd mill rv ...i. .in , ' o.iu at KitK uew lirm Oi Lanius A Degroot. TOLASSES, all kinds and the most superior .I','"';1' now in ,tore ttnd offered totbe pub- liauius A Uegroot. at the Grocery of Queensware and Glassware, IIIUII r.. 'ni.Mfl, stone and Common ware, Glassware Xt o ' king-glosses of all sizes at 'oeisew oiore oi STEPHENS 4 Co, f . . WILLIAMS, Wholesaleand Retail Dealerin FRESH GROCERIES, Baron sl Eaton, O. Fresh Bread, aod Cakes conslantly on hand 17HEAT.Rve. Corn. OnU. VUt.a 6J7 V toes, and nil kindsof Prn.l,iLm,Miii, na retail crocerv of mil. fln .- . uw. w f '.m ,1, n . And Urtial.n 1l L.1..-1.. :.. . ed and for sain hr ,i.,.i0.iJ.. I , c J -uunw.it vrrcuiilll Jt. H. Cunn nirhnm. Just Kcceived LAi.GE and fresh supply of GROCERIES o all kinds,which will be sold wholesale orre. at the lowest rates, by Maichgp.. ii. s. CUNNINGHAM. Cider Mills. have in store a few of fnl..'. p.i,t. ni,i. Mills; splendid mill for the farming community sale ,t the Preble county Agricultural Ware- BAA nf . r ... " v. . . n,ihhiii a rv - uuuv 1 1 w vv VKW article in thisi maeVs. ctth at cbinery, Ac, for sale at the Drugstore of P1' J.P. HrookiniASon? THE finest Mackeral ever ofTered lhe people Of Eaton, lint onened sml tnr .u -i n.. Gjcceryof R. S. CUNNINGHAM. G. I of Kv -L A i I o-'aaieoy T -i-'to., T d ' 'I Jl $300,000 INT GIFTS FOR THE PEOPLE! CAPITAL CITY ABT CNION C O L U Itl B U S , OHIO BURNRLL & CO.'S SECOND GREAT GIFT DISTRIBUTION. The proprietor takes great pleafttre in an councing to the citizens of the Union, tlint in consequence of the great satisfaction manifest ed ty the ticket holdirs of their first great Distribution, and the many thousand solicita tions from nil parts of the country, in relation to whether they intend gelling up another Distribution ul Gifts for the people, they have ntteran nnmeme ouuny, "ten enaoieu io oi- frr to their thousands of palinus the following vnliinhle,' mngnificienl, and unprecedented BIHLLIANT SCHEME, to be distributed as soon as the 300,000 Beautiful Engravings of the Capital of Ohio ore distributed among their Patrons. The j.rice of the Engraving is but One Dollar, and as a parlor ornament it cannot be surpassed. Lead attentively the following list of becu tiful and costly Gilts, which win be satisfac torily distributed by a committee of ten, se- luoliu miA rrnin paflt Rl.iln wilt TP lhl ltirirul . ... i nimiiii-r nf MiliKcriliHrs are obtained: 1 FAKM IN THE STATE OF INI)., 10,0u0 1 do IV OHIO 8 0oo!t , j , u'imq 1 Four-story Buck Dwelling and Lot, in Coluuibus, Ohio, 0.C00 1 do do do 6,5o0 1 Beautiful residence in the town of Mount Vernon 5,500 1 Two-Story Brick Building in Chilicothe 3,500 1 Brick Cottaire aud Lot in Columbus 8,000 I do do do 8,j0') I r ramo do do do 2,500 1 Handsome Country Residence iu org-o, Perry Comity. Ohio, 4 Splendid building lots in Columbus, at $J,0o0 8.000 10 do do 1.500 15,tH.io ;) do do Cleveland do "tl.O"0 1,500 1,200 l,00o 10,000 ! 5,000 1 Grand Action Piano (Cbickering's) 1 Gold Watch, set with Diamonds 5 do at to )0 each 10 Rosewood l'iauos, at $500 10 do do at 400 10 do do at floO 50 Gold Watches, ot $150 100 do nt 75 luO do at 40 300 Silver do at 20 ftOO do do nt 15 1000 Ladies' Gold ltrea.it Tins, nt $4 guo do Brocha Shawls, at $J5 ii0 do Silk Dress Patterns, at $20 ."ioOii Gold Pencils, nt 3 10000 Gold Pens, with Silver Cases, at $2 20.000 titiijin) Gold Rings, at $l.rU each 80,000 1308 do at 1.00 12,094 Every purchaser of the splendid large Lith oernphic Engraving, will receive a Certificate Membership entitling them In a chance in the above list - f valuable and costly Gifts for lhe People. The Engravings can be sent by mail (without being damaged, to any port of the country. FIRST COME FIRST FERVED. Persjiis willing la act as Agenls for us will J please send a rucommendatioii signed by the Postmaster or some other influential and well known person in H e place where tney reside. To those persons who hnve been acting as Agents for us incur former Distribution, this is not requited. All orders with the money enclosed, free of postage, will meet with prompt at'ention. In order Io jirrcmt mistuhet, tigm! and oth er tranniuitling tuonty to us if pleate hurt it italed in the pretinre of the Poslmutlir, and the iimouAt entered on the vuy I II. We prepay all our letters, circul.irs.oyc, to our ncents and correspondents, and expect Ihein to do Hie same with us. iJ'Ageiils wanted in every town, whom we will furnish with posters, circular?, schedules, lustriictions; &c, on applic ation at our office, or hy mail posl paid. For further particulars see descriptive bills, A-c, or enquire nt our office, No. 2, Wnlcutl's Block, Town Slreet, Columbus Ohio. BIHNCLL & CO. Proprietors. March 15th, 1S55. 3i.i. 2.500 6.000 4.000 8,ou0 7.500 10,000 4,000 (t. ono 7,500 4,000 5,000 DRY ;OODS Tor Spring :uil Summer. VVJ ILL! AM LEE&Co. No. 74 W'wl Four; I, V Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, offer as usual, O their customersandoiliers, a very extensive n I attractive stock in Fashionable, Tasteful lid useful styles of Goods, viz. : LADIES DBESS GOODS, Shawls and Mantillas, Embroideries and La ces, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Hosiery, tyc. Lin fiis, V Uiiins, and all kinds of plain fabrics: Housekeeping Goods, in great variety. 'Also Goods for men and boy's wear. Hut!nes3 on luctej cn the one price Principle Pricr s marked at rates ng favorable to pur Chasers as can be afforded by any Lome en gaged in a regular business. Perrons vi.itini! Cincinnati are respectfully invited to call and examine Gujds and prices, April o, 1853. ML SISEBENS Proprietor FtTTWREtThE UT & e ;cv crj a jeff a w ii . A. Taylor. m. B. French. J.E.Wynne TAYLOR, FRENCH, & WYKKE I M PORTKKSA N D WIIOLESA 1.1 DVAI.KIlt IN Irish Linens aurt While Gouds ALi'O Umbrellas ,ParasoI Clove., Hosiery, AND EVERY O t SCklJ-TlO f OK n 1M MINGS AND FANC i URV GOODS oomer JlauiiSt fearHts. Cincinnati September 2, l'.6'Z. J. II. JtlLItUUITIl, RKfilliyVT I, p V ti 1 u m COHEr Eaton, Ohio, Ollice and residence on Ilaron street ) ,.r the Court House, iu the house lately occupied V A f ...... i.,-l,... " 1 April 6, 1854. jy. fpOllACCO of all kinds on hand, and isojTcred to the lovers of the Weed at our usual low 'raes. Lanius A DpirriMit. LL kindsof SUGARS kept on hand and for XAjale by tho thousand, box, or retail, at Lanius A DegTobt's ULS such as Lard. Tanners' and Linseed Oil Vwhich will be sold at the lowest rates bv Lanius A Degroot. FISH a good article of Mackerel, White and Cod, by the Dan el or otherwi aa. all nf Kltipl, warraniea oy LaniusA Deirroit uubU rb ACHES, of a superior quality.for Ln n A n. YE STUFF'S Madder, Indigo, Logwood, sept constantly on band and for sale by utuiug jjeg;root. Soap! Soan ! TJST received at the Grocery of Lanius i, De. (rroot,. Urge lot of Rosin Soap best quality- UTU ITE Fish, Mackerel and other varieties o isu, just received tlhpflroro R. S. CUNNINGHAM Pare Liqaors NSPECTED Snd Warranted and .old nnlv for Medicinal purposes by S. CUNNINGHAM, me ral and The . Elm, DR. HOOFLVND'S CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS, Pacr.RGD r Pa. C. M. Jackson, No. ICO, Arch Street, Philadelphia, P- win. rrecTcLi.r cr lis L I V i: U COMPLAINT, CHRONIC Oil NERVOUS l)ebility,DiscascoftlieKidncys,niidalldiieases ari.':'g l'i'oiii a disordered Liver or stomach;' Suchas Constipation; inward Piles; fullness ol I blood to the head; aoidity of the stomach; nausea, heart-lmrn: Hiirnst for food;fullnessof weightin I tile sloinu-li: Bour oriiciaiums; uniKiny or n iugatthc Pit of the Stonmch; Swiiuming of the Head; Hurried aud Difficult Itrciithinj;: Flutter, iugutllio Heart: Choking or Siid'ocating Sensa tions when iu a lying poturc; Dimness of Vision; Dotsor Webs before the sight: FersM-and lJull Paiu iu the Head; Deticieiicy of I'rvsjiiration; Yellowness of the Skin and' Eyes, Pmniiithe Side, Itaek.f hpst. l.inili ,&c: Sudden Flushes ul Heat: Iturniiig intlie Hosh; Constant Inugiuings ol e vi I , and I i i ea t Ueprcssion ol rpt nt ; I n attribuf ngmich valuable Meu to tins remcuv. no rasii or umvari I ttnn to mnili, lin, I ui ni'il V at I H I i , u...K....v...An...r.,.. . . ' ana Irom tne immense mass ol testimony, iroin ! cures anu oenei.is uer.veu .rom i.s use uouer ll! ,vx-clion of its illustrious originator. Dr. Ilooiland.umongnl! classes of European society iledieal properties arrantablo usser- ,ed a fact : proven during the last ten rears, in. the bauds of the present proprietor. 'The prevalence of diseases to which the German Kilters are adapted,' it is with sorrow we say it, is almont universal, in deed, tiieru is scarcely a fami'y throughout the nrholi. extt.nl of our country in which there can. 'not be found u moil? its members that peculiur sallow and languid nnnearanee denoting a diseased Liver, or an einuciatcd and fluttering Dyspeptic. Then of what immense Importance to this class of iutalids, that a certain nud reliable remedy, shuuld be placed ivithinthcir reach; oueiuwnich uo baneful or injurious drug enters into its cum. njsitioii, A reinedv on which the patient rau re- i I V with the utmost confidence and certniutv and b? assured from actual and tangible proofs that Ithe article lie is using, really pussescs the virtues 'attributed to it. Such a remedy, is "iloolinmi's Gerninu Bitters." Thousands' of dollars hare jbeeu expended iu its manufacture and didution j throughout all parts of this continent, and the proprietor leels the crcatest satisfaction in st:.- t'ugi "'at there is uo state, eo.mty or even vill ;ge where the Medicine has been introduced, that there cannot be found numbers, willing to testily to its virtues. It is used constantly in the practice of a In if o number of the most prominent 1'livsicians iu tite country, who have also added their written testi monv, in evidence of its exeat virtues. Iu con elusion then, we would rcMtcctfullr a.k of all fiose nfllicted with nnv of t'.ie above diseases to give the Bitters a trial, and ret assured it will never be regretted. In proof of the statements i Dove made, n are invited to rend attentively the 'Memorabilia," or "Practical Itedcipt itonk," lor im ruiers aim ranuiio, cnntuninu: a great niunljer of useful Hcceii ts. in addition to the les- tiinony of prominent and well-known individuals in all parts of (lie Liiiou. Ail Agmts, for the Hitters are authorised to distribute the 'Receipt Book" gratuitously- Principal olliec and manuractory,120 Arch St., Hiiladelphia, Pa. For rule wholesale by DruiT!:it.ts in nil the principal cities, and at retail byapotliecnries uid storekeepers in every town in the United States and Canada. ... . . Ttsv sra- aara Mr n 9 - Sold by Fred'k Eckstein, Ci'nrinnati, Minshall, Rinnbart A Co., Eaton. J. 11. llohn, Camden. Loii'h & Co.. Fairharen. J. Br ivn, Moriiin? Sun. D. U. 1'dwards. Winchester. ,1. Coblentz. Iwinburn;. ,T. II. Oalo, West Alexandria. April 12. 19.13. R KCMOVAL. BOOKS, STATIONERY Axn FANCY ARTICLES. QtJINN & BAI1FILL, ESI'ECTFCLLY inform the citizens of Eaton and vieiuitv. that tliev have remorerl to Mn "rti' ut-nt:!, ilL li.lil.Mi.aiid liavc .iust opcu. ed in addition to their former stock, a choice se lection of StustI:irl Pitlil lent Sons, Historical, Miscellaneous and School Books among which may Iw enumerated ncient and Modern Histories. Dictionaries. Reavers, Spell, ers, &c., Ac . toetlier with the most recent and popular Publications of tbo day, rid.Ii f.s the Xews-liov. The Lanip-Ligliter. Tlie Loi-t Heiress. Ida Mar. Until Hall, Life of Baruum.de.. Ac. .to get her with Ilia iik Hooks, of ovr v kind; Day Books. Journals, I.idgci i'ockci .ueniornnuiiiiis, ac.. ac. AVrilinp 1'a per, Ruled, unruled, Flat Cnp, Conimercial Post .Note, Mourning. Tissue, wraj-pingandperforate paper. Slates. Pencils, Quill Steel Pens, Cards of evcrrkinq card-enses. Kiiveoj s, Gold Pens, l'oite Monies, Pocket lirfis, I'aniH. Jirut.hes, Mono.chroni .tie lioird, Bonnet Hoard, Crayons and Blenders lo a large lot ol Juvenile Books. choice lot ol Perfumed Soaps, .Shaving Cream. ilair-Oil, Cologne, extracts fur the Toilet, Hand kerchiefs, and other Perfumery. Gilt Moulding, Window and Wall Paper. Comic Sentimental and Fancy Valmtinct. All orders in our line will be promptly attended to, and we hope, by strict attention to busiuos to reroive it liberal slureollNV Publio Pationare Feb.l, 1151. AUTIFICIAL TEETIi: DBS. DUNCAN CAMEE0N, No. 15G Wctt Sixth ilreet, between Race and Elm itreett, Cincinnati, O. THIS ollice under the management of its pres ent pronrirtors, has been increasinirnt rirm. tation tor su(tcrior oR-rutionsin the Artificial Department of Dentistry for the Inst ten years. aud uo expense or effort shall be wanting to iriTe satisfaction toall who may favor it with their I puirounge. The subscribers would call attnnttnn n n,. r..i lowingessential p.nnts iicrtaiiiing to Artificial Teeth, aud strength to the materials, comfort to woarcr, anu useluluessin restoring the natu appearance oi tne sneccli. and ability in m. tinA,A. l .a ..r-.i.:.i. .i ." . . -,, m ui tiuivu incjaic warranita tnsay- ng they are exceeded bynono aud equalled by TEETH Inserted from one to a full sett, with Artificial unrns. and half sets Invariably inserted by suction All operationsin Dentistry performed in a mosi thorough manner. T E It HI mi Considerinn-the superior character of thuwnrlr the guarrnntee given, they are themostress- nnahtn in lltA W. Two teeth or more on Gold Plate. 1 m-r tnnih. rr .. ... V. , . . ' a wv m:iu ur loure on nurur pinie fS per tootn. money refunded if the teeth do not provesat- aisotory. riPFortha Information of thout litrin .1 dinlnnce, we would state that our facilities ar such, that we can make in the finest, uile. r,,i settof teeth in from S4 to 48 hours, and small pcitrn iu pniijuniuu, ao vnai no aeteutiou mar be )iireuended . W.C.DUNCAN, '", , J.O.CAMERON. No. 164 Wast Sixth Rt.. W..n o .-j Cincinnati. - Pec. 91, 1851. if. Denlisls, WILLOW & CEDAB Ware-, fine asaortmeo for tale at tht Grocery of . in F fot or T U , - or the Liniasi Dgroot. I -.. i m i hi ., . ., .. .. CARTER'S SFAKISH PilXlDF-E THE GEE AT PUBIFIEE OF THE JELOOD. NOT A PARTHE OF. AitKUHV IN JT. "j Let the Afflicted Head and Ponder ! Mli.fld-t'nli.,'(n.ki,i.iit qiu! .I'Aii, uf tl.A l'. .i I l.,;tJ i.,l.l.,,.... l'l.,u v.... I, i: . Luuib.igo, Spiual complaint, and all disease,' arising liom on injudicious use nf Mercury, In i" ""-j.- ,.m-, ui iiupiu-ny oi me 1,1000, An lufullilderemcdv for Scrofula. Kinir'ii KvH.:' Rbeiimatisni,ObstinnteCHtnneoiisKluptions,rlln. P1" r l'oktulcs on the Knc, Ulntelirs, Hoilr,' I Chi-ouic Sore Eyes, Hiuj Worm or Teller, ScahN k mis great alternative medicine and Pn. ritier of blood is now used by thousands of grati j.' fill patients Ireni all purls of tho l ulled Slates, who testify daily to the r'enmrki.btc cures jar. formed by tho greatest of all medicitiea, "CAR" TKIt'Jy SPANISH MiXTLRE.V : NnlKia, RheumatiKinv Scrofula, Erii,tiousou the hkir, Liver Diseane, Fever LIceiK, Old Sores, Atl'ic'. lioiisof the Kidueys, Disease ol the threat, Fi'' male complaints, l ainsand Aching of the Pon s and Joints, are speedily put to Bight by iiciiirf this great and inestimable remedy. '' - For all dincaes of the blood, uolliinp bus M t been found to compare with it. ' It cleanses ti e system of all impuritien.nctii gently tod tlEcicnu ly on the Liver and Kidneys, Mrtiiptbens tie Digestion, (rives tone tn the Stoumche. mr.kta the ekin clear and henl.h v.nud restores the Cor stitutiim,euleib!cd by disente or bit.kiu doy,ii by the oicesscs of youth, to itspristiue vicor atil strength For the Ladies, it is corrrpnrntivcly la tt. r hauoll the coi-nietics ever used. A ti'iv s of ( auteu's SpANisn Mi.ti i:i will rin.Me ( n saVoivrifss of conn, lesion. Ion ith.,ni. r, ., ... ling to the cheek, give elasticity to the su 7 and improve the general health in"a renin li b.J de-free, beyond all the niediciueseitrliH.rd int. Ihelarge number of certificates hiclnvy Ui received Irom persons Irom nlj TU ul il,e Lu . ted SI; tcs. is the best evideiire tln-.t there is lo Iluii;biigi;boiit it. The J rcss.hi.lel ku 1 1 i,u tii istrntcs, ,,,j.,iciaiis. r.i;d i ublicnicii, willkn, ,iU t ' niuir.ty, i.ll add their ti'sliii.orv to tJ e wnndi-rful effects of this GREAT 1.LCCD IP RIKIKIl. ..... ( all onthe AnK;,T and pet aCircn!arnnd AI maimc. and read the wonderful cures this tiulv greatest nf nil lledicn es lir.d icrfortrid ; None Pennine unless sifuid l.EXNETTst LEKliS, Proprietors. No. s Pearl .Slu,i. Ri, l . niau.i, a.: to whom nil orders for sul plies tiid agencies iiiu.sl he nddiessi d. .. And for sale bv IVfd'k. TVk (,, f....:L. ... Minshnll A (' . Ent.m, I'-eain Surface, C,,st . ; J. (oblmtz, Leivisburp. John Cn'c Wot Air. i mi nn, .incline! & vo.. vv Incliesrer 4. II lithu Cmnlen, I. S. Showalter New l'sris ' April 12, 1855 . , ... . . , ; Winter Gene, und Cccd Tin;cs Ccme Again! GROCEEtlS for TIIERHLLION, 'lie undersigned is happy to announce toLis frieuds and the public in B.-iieral tl... L'J "toekofrC,,l,;I'isl'ed hrsu,' i his Groceries and rrovisions . be is now ready to furuih custom,,,- ;,i, i ' . every article belonpinp to the business in w hich e tseiiMpe.i. Among other ai tides coinprisii b us nuseellaiieous stock hi' invito nVt....i: K IWially to superior lot of ""k""u" Sugar, Molasses, and i'offec. - i:t.. . i . . " fcw C"T0 likewise to hisexceHei.tassortn cut if leas iobacco, Spice, and condiim-Ms, Sor,, tjlus.ivnre. Kartheiinare, Tub,, Baskets. Broot,.' Ac. i-c. Also. Eoots tt Shoes. , both custom and role workwarranted (n fi, wM ..... ....... uuu lorxaiu nt tlie vcrv Imv,. iriccs llo close out liu stock. 1 l lkon l...' I :, have lorsale at all times, . , " Flour and rt ovisioiiK! Broad, (..ike'i riekcr.. Di iid Fruits. Corn Meal, .ndallo' icraiticUsorprovisIc,,,,, bl. p,xclll(, .or wi.-k.-t W .11. "iptick sales and ,,, its "ha will c-ndenvor to "live and let live." (.all at the Cheap Family Grocery Store, Main street ojijKMit,. tho Nulioual Hotel. . JI.rcli-Ji.Djoi. , AI. JIILLEU, M E E 3 I 'J I. i e i Dr. IE. I. Alexander i j i.v ,.1-1 e l iiifornisthc citizvusof W, st .l.li - - -.,. licuci.lliy, Hint I'd Hers ns J'rolossioi.ul services to the afflicted. Alexandria mid vicinity TS his 'rofessiol.iil .-t..r- , : .. v . . , iiHoiuir irnil lonrr nYiM.,.n.ii.-A i ... -i . . - .... VMw,ii SIIC'CCS id Htnct iiltei.tion to business, t0Bilr,t a bharu "I public patroi.upc. " llavinif made arrtiipemcnts that will eunb't. aim to devote his i tteiitinli to the " I'l'iitiiee of Irleditine, Hcisd termiia-dtorcudir satisfaction to all who may favor him with a call. He also intendi keeping on hand a ceneralei. sortineutof h Botanic ITIedlcines, , Of the purest and bestunnlitr ai,ii, l- sell on the most moderate terms. - The friends of Medical Relorm will find it Is theiradrantagc to give himacttll. vt est Aiexaudria, Ohio. March ii, 8.',j EATON IMA HOLE SHOP. THE Subscriberist now receivingdirect from the East, large additions to his for. ,r stock, of the very best of Marble and having his employ superior workmen, he entire confidenceingiving perfecisstisfsclion loall who may favor him with their patron age, either in , raONITItlFNTS. ! TOMB TABLES, or HEAD STONES. Alto urnitu reSlabs of Foreign and American Mar. ble. Also, Window and Door Caps and Sills bu ildings.. AH work sold very low for enK country produde at cash prices. Person needing work in this line would do well to calland'examine mystock at the new Mtbl Depoton EastMatnstreet.adjoining theEatonj Bauk. JOHN D. MILLER. Eaton Jan 13, 1853 tf. MET A LIC COFFINS! rPHE subscriber baa now on hand, and intend (mVX 'Tf.-'i0' fllPplyrf Melalie Coffin,, which will be sold low. WOODEN COF. HAS, of every oiulitT .nH . a upon the shortest notice. E.WEISS. au T,anA bop, South E,t of B-B ''r0'' WILLIAM WISWI-I.L. It OOKING GLASS, PORTRAIT PIC lure Msnufactory, No. 129 Main ilreet,. . 't't., biiu ruurm aiiccwi, iiiinnau. 01 '.ins GliUHfl. Portrait unit Pinlnr Pnnii ofevery pattern. Mahogany and Gilt Trsmea ricturcs cut tosuitany size at short notice. Lookinc Glass Plates nut into old frsm Frames repaired snd regllt. All kinds of on namentsl gilt frames made lo order and lo fit pictures. Fine P.ench pictures en hand ar first quality. Call and. examine my slock. ay o, 1802. iy."