Newspaper Page Text
O'CONNER & BROTHER,
SUCCESSORS TO GALLIGIIER & ERNST, Wholesale Dealers in FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. Its. 13J MAW STREET, BETWEEH TH1ED AND FOURTH 618., CINCINNATI; (X3Special Inducements offered to Cash Customers. September 8S, B5t ly. Lebanon "Citizen" copy one year DOCTOH tOTJRSEIF: THE POCKET iESCULAPIUS ' OR, EVKRV ONI HISOW.1 rilVS.CiAN. 1MIE 59' i. Edition, withOneHun 1 tired Engravings, showing Disea ses and Malformation of Hie Human Cystem ia every shape and form. To whic is a.l.led a Treatise on the Diseases of Females being of the highest importance to married people, or those contemplating marrage. By WILLIAM TO UNO ,M D Let no father be ashamed to present a copy of the AESCULAPIUS to his child. It may cave him from an early grave. Let no young nan or woman enter into the secret oblige tions of mimed life without reading th POCKET iESCULAPIUS. Let no one suf- -ferios from a liacknied Cough. Pain in the side 'restless nights, nervous feelings, and the whole train of Dyspeptic sensations, and given up by their phvsicians be another moment without consulting the JEsculapius Have the married or tlioo about to be married any impediment road this truly useful book, as it has been the -means of saving thoiisandsofunforlunate crea lures from the very jaws ofdeath. ITJ-Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CUNTS enclosed in a letter, will receive one -copy of tins work by mail, or five copies will be sent for une Dollar. Address, (post paid.) DR. WM. YOUNG No. 152 Spruce St., Philadelphia. Dr. J. II. MEREDITH, DENTAL SURGEON AND OPERATOR IK Mechanical Dentistry. WOULD respectfully inform both friends and patrons that he may now be found on Maiu S. street, one square west ul tne Vourt . i i ' Thankful fur the liberal patronage bestowed tne last year, and evidences of satisfac tion rendered, be feels like renewing his efforts not only to please, but to surpass, if possible, his joriucr opeiauons in Artificial Work. Incorruptible Artificial Tcethinsertediucntire cr parts or setts, with unm ot a beautiful granu lation, to delicately tinted and blended aitodifv deteotion from the natural, except by the closest lUSJWL-HUU. Atmospheric Pressure, Teeth always inserted on this principle when tie cii.uu hi vu is rw'iuu lo.nuu inuini WHS Wlieu vuuuifciuu u, tuc muutii n ill nuuill Ul ll. Filling Teeth. Dr. M. would call attention to this verv minor tnnt operation, by saying that if properly douc leeui can De renuereu usclui lor lite. Extracting, Cleansing, and Regulating Chi I area's Teeth, and general diseases of the mouth treated in a judicious manner. Office and rosidenceon Main Street. one square west oi me uouri uouse, baton, unio. April 12, 1355. ly. SELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPERATIONs' hilxdold's BIOBLT COCINTBATED COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUCIIO, For diseases of the bladder and kidneys. Se cret diseases, strictures, weakness and all dis eases of the sexual organs, whether iu male or lemale, from whatever cause they may have orig ioatcd,and no matter of how longstanding. If you have contracted the terrible disease which, when one seated in the system, will surely go down from one generation to another, -undermining the constitution and sapping the very vital fluids of life, du not trust yourself in the bands of quacks, who start up every day in a city like this, and fill the papers with glariug imscuooa. two wen calculated to deceive the young, and those not acquainted with their tricks. You cannot be too careful in the selection of a rcrredy in these cases. The Fluid Extract Dnehu has beou pronounced by eminent physicians the greatest remedy ever known. It is a medicine perfectly pleasant in -its taste, and very innocent in its action, and vet so thorough that it annihilates every particle of the rank and poisonous virus of this'drcadfiil dis- case : and unlike other remedies does not dry up the disease in the blood. Constitutional debility, brought on by self abuse a most terrible disease, which has brought thousands of the human race to untimely graves, thus blasting the brilliant hopes of parents, and blighting in .he bud the glorious ambition ol many a noble youth, can be cured by this infalli- "ble remedy. And as a medicine which must benefit evcrv bady, from the simply delicate to the confined and despairing invalid!, no equal is to be found acting as a cure and preventive. Hcrabold's Highly Concentrated Compound Fluid Extract Sunaparilla, For purifying the Moid, removing all diseases arising trom excess of Mercury, exposure and im prudence in life, cl.ronic constitutional disease, rising from an impure state of the blood, and the i:ui A t. i . , i ,, 1.. uuijriciiiiiuitjBuuKuuwii remeay Known lor inc V ..m..vlull.1 ib , ..turn, nviiiu neau, unjunt- j. 4ousofthe throat and legs, pains and swellings tf the bones, tetter, pimples on the face, and all caly eruptions of the skin. This article is now prescribed by soma of the most distinguished physicians iu the country, and has approved more efficient in practice than anv preperation of Sarsaparilla yet offered to the public. Several cases of secondary ayphillis, tncrenriat and scrofulous diseases have "entirely recovered in the incurable wards of our public vu3iitiHiou3 wimcu uaa lor many years resisted every mode of treatment that could he devised l hese eases furnish striking examples of the sal ntnry eSects of sins medicine in arresting some of the mosr inveterate diseases after the glands were destroyed, and the bones already affected. Notics Letters from responsible physicians sua professors ot several Medical Colleges, and certificates of cores from patients will be found eompanyinirboth prenerations. - Prices, Eluid Extract of Bucbu, l per bottle vr six Domes lorfd- Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla, $1 per bottle orsix i bottles for to. Prepared and sold by II. T. IIELMBOLI). Chemist, 28 Chesnut street, noar the Girard Honse, Philadelphia. To be bad of J. P. Brookins k Son, Eaton, O. -and of Druggist and dealers everywhere. All letters directed to the Proprietor or Agen will receive immediate attention. July 28th 1855 G Cnniai k Jit wlmVeir'i Presents, AT E. Minshall's New Book Store. JUST received at the new Book Store a splen did lot of new, valuable and handsome tBooks of varions kinds for the Hobdays, to which the attention of the pnblio is called. He hat also a great variety of other Books suited to the general want of the public All of wjiieh will be afforded on terms at rea sonable as any other establishment in the country. . . E. MINSHALL. Eaton, Jan. 6, l854.-tf. S 0AP and CANDLES a first rata article for I lie by , LaniusADick. PURE and No. 1 White Lead of the best brands' oraale by J. P. Brookins A Son. . LYON'S CATHARIOX, a most splendid article for preserving and beautifying the hair. It pre. rents its falling off and turning grey, for sale at the Drug-store of J.?. Brookins A Son. C BACKERS, Cheese, Ac. .of the bestqmliff.for sal by nu to K, . CUXSISG UAJ1 j f if will 1 T" I (jOIIXJ THdXKLL. J011 A, ASUOURT JOHN J. TROXELL A CO. WHOLESALE AND SETAIL DEALERS III . mutt, Ribbons,Vlowtn, Embroideries, Silks, AND A COUPLETS ASSORTMENT OF MILLINERY GOODS. 148 FIFTH STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO. GREAT CHANCE FOR BARGAINS!! tpUE uudetsigucd being desirous of closing out i- his business, now oilers for sale a large lot of UUUhilL.es ANV UAKK1AUES, trhichwillbe sold cheaper than anv establish ment in the county. He will trade for horses or Id buggies A carriages. A credit of ninemonths will be given for good paper. All those wanting something nice and serriceablewilllind it money iu twin n,Ava iv(ieu,i UU1I. W. II. A 0. KLINE. Eaton, June 17, 1851 12tf. osage orange fencing: TIME nndersighed is engaged in the planting Xaud rearingof theOsageOrange.nnd is now prepared to make engagements for furnishing sprouts and setting, or setting and maturing ences atui prices, and will warrant a FIRST. SATE FENCE, in four years! All orders addressed to West Elkton, Preble county Ohio, will be promptly attended to. N. HORNADAY. Dec. 7 1354. tf. FALL. 1851. THOMAS MoDONOGH, CINCINNATI, O. WHOLESALE GROCER, AND DEAI.KR IN Seeds Country Produce, &e. 6A Street, North Side, 3 doors West of Elm. fUII'' subscriber takes this method of informing hisold friends and the public in gcrieral.that he has enlarged his store room above and hi-lnw. and is now receiving a largeand fresh assortment of UllOCEMKS, comprising in part, of ou unrreis io. l mackerel. 100 60 " 150 1-2 ' 75 " 50 1-2 " 150 " 100 Keg No. 2 No. 3 Nos. 1. 2 ajid 3. New Whitefish. Prime Plantation Molasses, assorted Nails. d0 Boxes Glass. Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Rica, Indigo, Alum, Madder, Concras .' Cotton Yarns. Suit. Tnhanrn Lead, Ac, together with all articles of Orocerie. suitable for the country trade. Merchants are respectful lr invited tv call and Glnmino imniti linn usoeriuiu prices ouiore pnrciiasing else wuere. UclODer S. 1 SS4.. .p. mm will recive prompt attention. v.nmorc, uaron nt. fciuou (J WARE ROOMS. TP t in T T A T -. T I u. jum3Uii, respeciiully announ 1 ces to the citizens of Eaton, nudthe public generally, that he has now on hand, ready made and for sale, a large and handsome assort ment of FUKNITURE, embracing elegant bofas, Centre Tables, Easy Chairs, Parlor onmrs, ate., or the most beautiful and sp ....... 5 .1..1 f r ... j f jiiuicuoijrica ui iuiiii anu nnisn, COMMON CABINET WARE. I have on hand a very heavy stock of chea per ware, comprising Cane, Flag and Wood Seat Chairs, Stands. Bedsteads. Lnnmrps. Ac The above articles may be found at my Rooms on Baron street, adjoining the Book-Store of Jiins iMinsnall, and immediately west of the Court House, where all persons desiring any thing in'.he FuaNiTuar line are leouesltd tn call. Having in operation nt my manufacturinc establishment, near the Railroad Depot, Steam Turning Machinery, I will attend to all orders my line with promptness. Work of all Kinds made to order on short notice and rea sonnble rates. Thankful for the liberal share of public na. tronage heretofore received, the subscriber hopes to merit ana receive a continuance of puuuc tavor. Eaton, Jan. 26, 1854 tf. Attention Soldiers! TAMES A. GlLMOKr will prosecute npon lib fj era I terms nil claims nmin.it the don- I vcrnmeiit for Bounty Laud or l'eiisious for Services rendered iu the war of 1812orany other iii;ii.,II n UI aiiiuc i I aJ. Ilavingengaged the assistanceof Wm. II. Mil lerhsq., an Attorney residing in Washington city (formerly of Hamilton butler county Ohio,) can give assurance that Claims entrusted to Office of Wm. April 5, 1855. 8m. Coach and Carriage Trimmings. We have a large stock of goods inthenbore line, to which we would call the particular at tention of carriage manufacturers. Our prices win oe iouuu very iow. J-A. lluuuell & Uo. Just Rcecived. BIRD Cages.Cauary and Hemp Seed . at the Drug .Store of J. p. Brookins A Son. ROrjN'l) Alum and Lake Salt bv theBarrelor J aack, just received and for sale by ma 10. R. 8. CUNNINGHAM. (Iroccrics, a choice stock now oil hand Tand for sale wholesale or retail. Send your orders to the Grocery of Lanh's & Dies: you desire fresh, clieapand good articles opposite Die Court House, Main St., Eaton, O. THOMPSON V HARRIS Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, WILL practice in Preble andadjoiningcoun. ties. All business entrusted to their care meet with prompt attention. Office on Bar ronStreet.threedooranorth of Vanausdal's store. Eaton, Ohio. Feb. 8, 1855. Saltl Salt! Salt! JUST receiving a large lot ol Salt which I will sell to my old friends at the lowest rates. Call and purchase. R.S. CUNNINGHAM. A AAA BUSHELS OATS WANTED, for 1U,UUU which the highes will be paid, by R. S. price in cash CUNNINGHAM. LAN1US A DICK have on band a lot oftlio best Cranberries lately seen in this market. For tale at Cinciunati prices. SUGARS. We have now on hand for disposal as fine a variety of Sugars as can be had any. where, and will sell as many pounds to the dol lar. LaniusADick. TEAS. We call the special attention of those who are fond of good Tea to our supply We do not hesitate to recommend it. LaniusA Dick. Salt! Salt! Salt ! nos & Dick are now receiving a laree pply of Suit, different Qualities, which hey will sell at the lowest rates. anil J.iup -K-rn.t. tC uci J-A. ic the the al We For A Latest Importations. TIIANKFUL for the liberalshare of patronage received from a generous public, J. CHAMBERS, respectfully informs his old friends aud custom ers, and the people generally, that he has just re ceivedfromthecityanewaud large assortmentof JLOCKS, WATCHES, AND JEWELRY. among which maybe found almost every style, pattern and priceof Kight-dav, Twenty-four-hour ind Alarm CLOCKS. Also, Gold and Silver Lever, Magic, Lepine, English, Swiss.Dutch aud French -MT A Oar" WV3 B K ISR33 BH Emerald, Pearl, Turquoia, Cornelian Mourning. Garnet, Plain aud set cluster breastpins. Earand Finger-rings. superior (Jold Pens, Guard, Vest ind Fob chains, Gold and Silver Pcncils.Guards Slides. Thimbles, Tooth.picks Shirt-studs. Ac. Money ;iiclts, claronets, tortriso shell combs, thermometers, toys, toy-watcbes, fancy baskets, silver forks, buttcr-kuires. Gold spectacles and lockets, steel beads, rings, tassels, Accordcons, music boxes, flutes, Ac, Ao, CUTLERY, Superior pocket and pen-kuivca Luxurioussha ving razors. Fine table cutlery, salt-spoons, su gar tongs, table and tea spoons, fine silver, plated and Brittianna ware. SPECTACLES Silver, steel, and W5LJV..;l,lel1 i ""Sirica, scissors, Tweezers, 'steel pens. Moroceo and Atppl Aminl.n.n cases, tooth, hair, and cloth bruidics, pins and needles, silk, cotton and buck-akin pocket-books wallets, shaving boxes, soap.andatrops. compas es, amber beads, percussion caps, curtain-bands nuiym, uuruiouicons, steei and plated Watch uiinuiB. Gold Silver Gilt and Steel Watch chai.is and Keys, plated and silk guards. A lot of tors, Ac., withmanviriiolc Tl. l,..w amount of clocks, watches and Jewelry sold by ..... .u. .tr, i mo oesi eriaence ot tue excel lency m uie articles rie keeps on hand. t van ana exnm ne lor vonraiil. nnm. i. ...i. viim uuuac, liUIVU, UUlQl reo. I.I8DS. tf. (,O00 Bushels White Ac Brown Flaxseed to Loan. THE mdersienud ha Tn Tiw,,I n,.ai.i Good Clean Flaxseed to Loan on reasonable terms. Persona wishing tn linmiur o-in ioa call at my Grocery, where will bo found a tine assortment of Coflces, Sugars, Teas, Jfnlt, Fish, FAMILY GROCERIES, PURE WINES AND BRANDIES For Medi cinal purposes, sold cheap. East end Marsh A Lockwood's new Buildinir, Main Street, Eaton, Ohio. , R. S. CUNNINGHAM. March 22, 1853. JOSEPH H. RAPER, llercantlise and Produce Broker, 4 MAIN STREET, (SRCOND STOBr,) CINCINNATI, OHIO. Oct. 5, '54 iyr. Ho for l.c New Goods! flits r AKRIViL FROM THE EAST! STEPHENS & CO., RE now receiving and opening the largest 1JL slock of Goods they have ever offered in Ibis market. From the experience we have nan, we believe we have selected a stock ol' Goons, which in quantity, quality, style and price, wm satisiy me wants of this commti nuy, and il lliey will call, we will tike mncn pleasure in showing them our goods n,,u g out prices, uime une and All and look befort vou nurchase pIspwIiptp llXRemember Stephens ct Co., Main Street, caion, opposite national Hotel. THOMAS W. SFRAGUE 4- Co. HEW YORK CLOTHIERS & TAILORS, No. 113 Main Street between 3d dr. 4th streets Cincinnati, Ohio. CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL Furniihing Arltclei of every de$crtpl.ion, Terms Cash ! I Liquors. GEXEnALassortmentofLiquorsofnll kinds Li pimiiiue, ior saio at tne wholesale and retnil Grocery of ma iiu. R. S. CUNXIXGHAM. noKKS, R-jltea, Spades and Shovels of va-ioi kindson hand at the Grocery of mft 80- B. S. CU.VXlXGiuji. Eaton Dressing Room. JWamsrreef fidjoinin pthe Nationul Hotel ROBERT fjnivrt " " - " -, v;w noids himself in readiness for Barber L' ing, Hair Dressing, Shampooing and every hing that belongs to his line of l.uAn... im w, oe spared to please all, and he in- ci lo uau anu try ior themselves. TI ! i hll,ouIdcr nd Sides for sale at the 11 nuuicauie uuu rciau uroceryor ma 30. R. R. CIT V VI vnn a IKAAUhS Lemons, Nuts, Fruits, Ac, for sale vy wuuiesaieana retailGroccrvof 8Q- R.S.Cunningham. LAM US Ac DICK. Wholesale and Retail Grocers, maw 8IUEET, EATON, O. nr. now lnreenmt nr an mi XVece,ve 'arge supplies of choice Familvflro. ivn, nmen iiiero ler to th , h... terms fully adcuuate to ml th r A Fine lot of Coffee of the most choice kinds. just received and tnr ml. il.. r. r - ww.w n v mo un HI III Ul Lanius A Dick. MOLASSES, all kinds and the most superior quality, now in store and cftcrcA !, at the Grocery of Lanius A Dick. Queensware and Glassware. ("UIINA, Stonennd Common ware, Glassware ) of all kinds. Looki New Store of STEPHENS Co. J. G, WILLIAMS, f Wholesaleand Retail Dealerin FRESH GROCERIES, Baron st., Eaton. O. Fresh Bread, and Cakes constantly on hand. T7HEAT.Rvc. Corn, Oats, Flaxseed, Pota V V toes, and all kindsof Producebouirhtaithi, wholesale and retail grocery of ma Ort - . "" K. n.Uunningham BHOOMS and Brushes of all kinds just receiv ea and for sale bv the whnlnnnU roii. Grocery of R. 8. Cunningham. Just Received ALA). GE and fresh supply of GROCERIES 0 all kinds.whieh will be sold wholesale orre. at the lowest rates, by rcu ou. K. S. CUNNINGHAM. Cider Mills. hTe in store a few of Culp's PorUble Cider Mills; a splendid mill for the farming community sale at the Preble county Agricultural Ware, bouse of .i . A tt..i,..ii Ik r NEW article in tlii.n,..k witt mi i.. u. ehinery, Ac, for sale at the Dnig-store of "i"1 J-f. brookins Son 3 THEfinest Mackeral ever offered the people of Eaton, just opened and for sale at the Grocery of R. S. CUNNINGHAM. -L W. M'Lkan. P. L. Wkat WushingttonM'Lean&Co.,. DOILER MAKERS, and dealeriin Sfron L) Hand Boilers and Engines, Congress street one Jooraast o'tiuuiow, Uincunaii, Ohio. Constantly onh'and anassotnient of new andiecond hand Boilers, which they willsel iow or exchange Ivrili ones. June 3, 1852 U W. WINSTON, 1 . A. T. WINSTON. T. SIIOTWSLL, I. N. WINSTON. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, o. 29 Pearl Street, between Main & Walnut, CINCINNATI, 6. A RE now receiving their stock of Spring t Goods, which will be found to Comprise every style, quality and price ol. 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 ned and superior in quality, and our terms low. Give us a call at No. 29 Pearl street. February 16, 1854. Scott's Little iant Patent Corn and Cob Mill. Patented May 16, 1P54. The undersigned respectfully beg leaveto in form the funning community and public in gene ral that they have now in store and ready for sale a choice lot of the above named Mills.which we warrant to grind twelve bushels of corn in one hour, drawn bv one horse. Farmers and others are rcspectfutly solicited tn call at our store and see one of our mills in operation. J, A. Uubbell A Co., 13 Barron street. Oarrige Buggie & Wagon Shop. HIIIE undersigned would respectfully an JL nouace tot ho public that he still contin ues to carry on Cariiage Buggie & Two horse wagon making at the old stand adjoining Neal's blaacnsmith shop. Work of all kinds madeto order on short notice. Also several new Buggies and Carriages ready made and for sale on terms that cannot ail to suit. Persons in wantof like articles are invited to calland examine the workforthem- selves beforepurchasing elsewhere. r. a. All kinds of repairing done, old bug- giesand carriages repainted and relrimtnrd, on fair terms with neatness and despatch. W. T WHITFIELD. Eaton AprilSth 1853. SPECIAL NOTICE To all Persons Interested. A LL those knowingthemselves indebted to . E. Minshall and E. Minshall Si Son, are earnestly requested to make paymenton or be lore the 15th of January next, to b. Aliushall who is full) authorized to ilose the Books and make settlements. N. B. It is confidently hoped that noaddi uonal notice will be required; Dutlhatall con cerned will promptly come forward and liquid ate their indebtedness. E. MINSHALL will at all times be found at the New Book Store, iu J. Campbeirsutnl.linn, west of the Court Hoif e. b Ml.NSliALL & SON. Eaton, Jan S, 1851-tf. J. P. BALL, JNos. 28 Fourth & 10 Filth sts. CINCINNATI. My facilities for takingpicturesofchildren are not equalled in the city, having lately added a new room with a superior light expressly for that purpose. OtrPictures taken in all kind? of weathei. March 9, 1853. DRY GOODS For Spring and Summer. T7 ILLIA.M LEE & Co. No. 74 Wert Fourth V V Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, offer as usua 0,'their customers and others, a veryexlensive nd attractive stock in Fashionable, Tasteful nd uselul styles or Goods, viz. : LADIES DRESS GOODS, Shawls and Mantillas, Embroideries and La ces, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Hosiery, A-c Lin ens, Muslins, and all kinds of p'.aiu fabrics; Housekeeping Goods, in great variety, Also Goods for men and boy's wear. Butnet conducted on the one price Principle. Prices marked at rates as favorable lo pur chasers as can be afforded by any houte en gaged in a regular business. Persons vuiting Cincinnati are respectfully invited to call and examine Goods and prices, npm o, looo. . DI8ERENS Proprlotor FIFTH STREET, BET. MAIN & WALNUT ass as? sr ass. G.A.Tavlor. Wm. B.French. J.E.Wvnne TAYLOR, FRENCH, & WYNNE, I MrORTKRSAND WHOLtSAI.FIIEAI.EK IN Irish Linens and White Goods ALSO Umbrellat, ParnsoUGloTcs, Hosiery, AND EVERT DFICkUTIOKOf TRIMMINGS AND FANCY DRY GOODS uorner niaindr. Pearls ts. Cincinnati September 2, 1B62. mm J. II. MEREDITH, RESIDENT DENTIST. Eaton, Ohio, Office and residenco on Baron street west of of the Court House, in the house lately occupied uy r. a. juuuiuguam. April 8, 1854. ly. TOBACCO of all kindson hand, and is offered to the lorera of the Weed at our n.nnl Inw l'aes. Lauius A Hick ALL kinds of Sh'GARS kept on hand and for sale bv the thousand, hnr. or rntil at LaniusA Dick's (ILS such as Lard, Tanners and Linseed Oil . which will be sold at the lowest rates by LaniusA Dick. TMSH a good article of Mackerel, White and Cod, by the Barrel or otherwise, all nr wWh are warranted by Lanius A Dick. White Fish and Pickerel, ANIUS & DICR have iust receive,: . ifine assortment of While Lake Fish mnA Pickerel which they are selling to customers i very iow raies. T D YE STUFF'S Madder, Indigo, Logwood. A-c., kept constantly on band and for sale by IjBUIUS 1J1CK PURE NATIVK WINE, nrermred bv Dr. P. CRONE, and for tale at the Drug-store of apx- . P. Brookins A oca TRIED PEACHES, of a auncrior nnilitr for L'aaleby LaniusADick. TOBACCO, Snuff and Cigars of all kinds for aale at the wbolesal and retail Grocery of ma 80. ; B. g. Curmfngham. the and MnsicViolins, Bows. Strings, tee. dtc.for ale by C. VANAUSDAL & Co. DR. I100FL VND'S CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS, Prepared Br Da. C. M. Jackson, No. 120, Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa, WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE LIVER COMPLAINT, -' jn. -mcr pmi b h cj ma 9 CHRONIC OR NERVOUS Debilitv.DiseaseoftbcKidneya.andalldiseaaea arising from a disordered Liver or stomach; Suchas CoAstiuation: inward Piles: Fullness ot blood to the head; acidity of the stomach; nnuea, heart-bum; Disgust for food;fullnesof weightin the stomach: Sour eructations: sinking or Butter- ingat the Pit of the Stomach; Swimmineof the Head; Hurried and Difficult Ureathinir: Flutter- ing at the Heart; Choking or Suffocating Scnsa lious when in a lying posture; Dimnessof Visiou; 1 Jots or nebsbclora the sight; Fever and Dull Pain in the Head; Deficieucr of Presninitinn: Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, pain in the Side, Back, Chest. Limbs, ic: Sudden Flushes ot Heat; Burning: inthe r lesli; Conntant luiairininan of evil, and Great Depression of Spirits; Inattribui'.ngsucb valuable Medical properties to tins remcuv, no rasn or uuwarrantable asser tion is made, but is simply stated a fact: proven undeniably and conclusively bytheextraordinary cures anu Dcneuts acrireu irom 11s use, unner the direction of Us illustrious eriginator, Dr. Iloofland. amonir all classes of European society and from the immense mass of testimony, from nil parts of the American continent, accumulated during the last ten Tears, in the bauds of the present proprietor. The prevalence of diseases to wnicn tne Uerman Hitters are aunpted, it Is Himwinuw we wiy 11, is ninKis, uimersai, in deed, there is scarcely a family throughout the whole extent of our country in which there can not be found among its members that peculiar sallow and languid appearance denoting a diseased Liver, or an cmnciated and suffering uyspepuc. Then of what immense ImtK.rtance to this class of invalids, that a certain and reliable remedy, should be placed within their reach; oneiiiwhicb no baneful or injurious drug enters into its com position. A remedy on which the patient ran re- y with the utmost confidence and certainty and be assured from actual and tangible proofs that the article he is using, really posseses the virtues attributed to it. Such a remedy, Is "Hootlaud's German Bitters." Thousands of dollars have been expended in its manufacture and diffusion throughout all parts of this continent, and the proprietor feels the greatest satisfaction in sla ting, that there is bo state, county or even village wuere me .iieuiuiue uas ueeu imrouiicea, mat there cannot be found numbers, willing to testify to its virtues. It is used constantly in the practice of a large uumber of the most prominent Physicinns in the country, who have also added their written testi mony, 111 evidence of its great virtues. In con clusion then, we would respectfully atk of all those atllictcd with any of the above diseases to give the Bitters a trial, and rest assured it will never be regretted. In proof nf the statements ibovc made, all are invited to rend attentively the ''Memorabilia," or "Practical Receipt Book," for Farmers and Families, containing a great nnmbcrof useful Receipts, in addition to the tes timony of prominent and well-known individuals in n If parts of the Union. All Ag:nls, for the Hitters are authorized to distribute the 'Receipt Book'' gratuitously. Principal ollice and manufactory,! 20 Arch St., Philadelphia, l'a. for rale wholesale oy Druggists in all the principal cities, end at retail bvapnthecariesand storekeepers in every town iu the United States and Canada. (bl - 3SE3 imr nan m 9 Sold by Fred'k Eckstein, Cincinnati, Minshall, Kinchart A Co., Eaton. J. 11. Bohn, Camden. Lough A Co.. Fnirhaven.' J. Hnwn, Morning Sun. D. B. Edwards, Winchester. J. Coblentz, Lewisbnrg. J. H. Gale, West Alexandria. April 12, 185.). REMOVAL. BOOKS, STATIONERY Ain FANCY ARTICLES. QUINN & BANFILL, Y) ESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of Eaton It and vicinity, thatthev have removed to the l'".ST OFFICE HUILDl.NU. and have iust onen ed in addition to their former stock, s choice sc lection of Standard Publications, Historical, Miscellaneousand School Books, imong which may bo enumerated Ancient and Modern Histories. Dictionaries. Readers, Spell ers, Ac. Ac , together with the most recent and popular Yublteatxont ot the day, sush as the New. I Joy. 1 he l,.imp-l,ignter. The Lott Heiress. Ida May, Ituth llall.Lileot Uarnum.Ac, Ac, to ;otherwitH Blank Books, if ovev kind; Day Books. Journals, Ledgei I'ocxet Memorauuums, c sc, AVritiiig Paper, Ruled, unruled, Flat Cap. Commercial Post Note, Mourning. Tissue, wrapping aud perforate Pper. siaies. Pencils. Quills. Steel Pens, Cards of evervkina card-cases. Envelnpca, Gold Pens, Porte Monies, Pocket Hooks, 1'aints, llnithcs, Monn.chromatic Hoard, Bonnet Board, Crayons and Blenders. Also a large lot or Juvenile Books. choice lot ot Perfumed Soaps. Shaving Cream. tlair-Uil, (ilogne. extracts lor the Toilet, tlaud kerchicfs.'and other Perfumery. Gilt Moulding, Window and Wall Paper. Comic Sentimental and Fancy Valentines. All orders in our line will be promntlv attended to, and we hope, by strict attention to business to receive a liberal anare 01 tne Public Patronage, Feb. 1,1854. ARTIFICIAL TEETII1 DBS. SUNCAff CAMEROH, No. 1S6 Weit Sixth street, between Race and Elm street. Cincinnati. O. THIS office under the management of its pres ent proprirtors, has been increasing nt repu tation tor superior operations in the Artificial department ot Dentistry lor the last ten yoars, and no expense or effort shall be wanting to satisfaction to all who may favor it with their patronage. ' The subscribers would call attention to the fnl. lowing essential points pertaining to Artifirinl Teeth, and strength to tne materials, comfort to wearer, and usefulness in restoring the natu ral appearance of the speech, and ability to mas ticate; in all of which they are warranted insav- ng tuey are exceeded by none and aaualled hv few. ' ' TEETH Inserted from one to a full aett. with Artificial Gnms. Full and half sets invariably inserted by suction. All operations in Dentistry performed in a moat thorough manner. XliUiriSI Consideringthe superior character of the work the guarrantce given, thev are thtmontmi. enable in the West. Two teeth or more on Gold Plate, $5 per tooth. Two teeth or more on Silver plate $2 per tooth. money r efunc ed if the teeth do not proreiat isfactory. t9"Forth infonnstion of those living at distance, we would state that our facilities or such, that we eo make in the finest style, a ful of teeth, in trou 24 to 4S hours, and amall peicesln proportion, so that no detent Ion maybe apprehended. , . i J.G.CAMERON. J nlb,- No. IBS West Sixth St,, between Race and Elm, Cincinnati. ; . . Dee. 21, 1854. - ,y J-v n WILLOW A CEDAR Ware, for tile at the Grocery of -a fine aasortmen Lanius A Pick. in fot or for he 1 , CARTER'S SPANISH HUTOIUL.1 THE GREAT PURIFIER 0? THE BLOOD. NOT A PARTICE OF MEKCKY 1N.iT.' let th Afflicted Read and Ponder An Iufalliblercinedy for Scrofula, King's EvlJj Rheumatism, UbstinateCutaiieouKEruptious,Pin' pics or Pustules on the Face, Blotches l.oib. r, : . ' "rn,or ieiier,&colf.. Head, Enlargement and Pain nfthe lioucs SLd Joints. Stubborn L' leers, Syphilitic Diordori Lumbago, Spiuol complaint's, and all diseases, arising from an injudicious use of Mercury, Im prudence iu Life, or impurity of the Blond. EThia great alternative medicine and I'll rilier of blood is now used by thousands of grate ful patients from all parts of the United Mates who testify daily to the remarkable cures rer formed by the greatest of all medicines, "CAK' TElt'h SPANISH MIXTURE. " Ncuralgla. Kheumatism, Scrofula, Envitionsoii the fkini Liver Disease, Fever I' leers, Old Sores, Alice tionsof the Kidncys,,Disesestjftbo throat, Fe' malo complaints, Paiuaand Aching of the BbbCS and Joints, are speedilv put lo Bight by using thia great and inestimable remedy. For all diseases of the blood, nothing has vei been found to compare with it. It cleanses ilia system of all impurities.scts gently and erhcientt ly on the Liver and Kiduevs, strengthens the Digestion, gives tone to the Stomache. makes the kin clear and hcaUiv. and restores the Cot s stitution, enfeebled by disease or broken down by the excesses of youth, to i tspristin vigor aLd strength- 0 For the Ladies, it is comparatively beltir hanall the cosmetics ever used. A few dona of Carter's Spanish Mixture will remove all sailowncss of complexion, brings the roses n ant. ling to the cheek, gives elasticity to the ster. and improve the general health in a rctnaikabfj degree, beyond all the medicines ever heard of.' i'he large number of certificates which wehav received from jwrsous from all parts ot the Uni ted States, is the best evidence that there is to Humbug about it. The pross.botel ki eicrs.mac istrates, physicians, aud public men, w ellknmsi to the community, all add their testimony to tlx wonderlul effects of this GREAT LLOOD i l . Rlrll'.R. ( allonthe Aoext and get a Circular and Al. mauac. and read the wonderful cures this truly greulestol all Medicines had perfnimcd eHle ,ffen,li." mie" a'ed LENNETT BEtliS, Proprietors. No. 8 pear direct. Rirl . man.!, U.; to whom all orders for supplies and agencies must be addiessed. .An.d ur sale by Fred'k. Eckateine Oncine.ii. Minshall A Co . hnlon. Deam A K.ii-f,., t- J.Cobliiitz, Lewisburg, John Gale West Alex. pun.iiui a u.. n incnesler, J. H L'oliu Camden, I. S. showalter New Paris ' April 12, 1855 Winter Gone, and Good Time Come Again! GROCERIES for TUEIUILLION, rpilE undersigned Is happy to announce to his 1 friends and the public in general that having .SckoC,,lt'm"hed 'Dd hry icr..Jed laU Groceries and Provisions, he is now ready to furnish customers with almost every article belonging ,0 the business In which If, Cd- AU,0D? !1,er a,ticlB cpris nr hism scellaneous stock he invite, attcmiou 5 pccinlly to a suiierior lot of Sugar, Molasses, and Coflce, (iiewcron:likL lpl, hi.-ii..., . Tea. Tobacco. Spice, and ew,di3,T; Candles, Gherkins. Cheese. Slnh Lead, Cigar. Nuts, Candies. UiisiaCv '"' Glassware, Earthenware, Tubs, Baskets, Urooll Boots A Shoes. both custom and sale work. .....j ..-.. ,. and wear w ll; .d for sale Vl "th. YZ prices (to close out hi. stock.) Likewiw h will have forsale at all times. Bread Flour and Provisions! Cakes Chtckerar Ilri.H v...i. and nil otherarticle. Of provision to be procured Us-M--.. M!th'ikle.a .niLTprtf. its, lie will endeavor in "It, .-a 1-. , r.. Coll at the Cheap Family Grocery Store MT street opiKisite the National nmj7"' ""P March 22, 1354. M. MILLER, MEDICAL NOTICE Dr. R. p. Alexander T) ESPECTFULLY Informsthe citfsen.of West Alexandria and viinitu n...i .... eders his J'rolessioual Serv.cV., tb.'ifflic ed Hoping from on exnerienr. "!i ' "ca and strict attention to business, fo merit a ahar. public patronage. Having made arrangements that will enable im to devote Ins attention to the V'tetlce of Medicine, .. .... lie is d, terminer! lo rinit.. ..,:.r...: .. who may favor him with call" ' He also intendt kceninv an hA . sortmcntof . . " . as- n,.u Bota'c Medicines, Ul the purest and -beat nn.lit. k:.t. v ,,. sell on the most moderate terms.' The friends of Medical nr theiradvantagetogivehimacalL ; en Alexandria. Ohio, March 22 IR'.S EATON MARBLE SHOP. THE Subscriberis now receivingdirect from the East, large additions to i,i stock, of tbevery bestof Marble; and having his employ superior woykmen, he feeli entire confidenceingiviing perfect satisfaction toall who may favor him with their natron age, either 111 MONUMFNTS. ' TOMB TABLES, or HEAD STONES. ' Also rurnnurewaoa orroreign and American Mar ble. Also, Windowand Door Cap and Silla buildings. AH work sold very low for r..k country produdeat cash prices. Persona" needing work in this line would dn- Wit calland;examine mystock at the new Maibh uepoton caaijiamstreet.ad joining t he Eaton Bank. JOHN D. MILLER". Eaton Jan 13, 185J-tfr ., 1 . MET A LIC COFFINS 1 rPHE subscriber has now on hand, ana i'ataad WILLIAM WISTVELL, lr T.OOKINa QLA8S, PORTRAIT PIC AJ ture Manufactory, o.,12 Main afreet tween Third and Fourth streets, Cincinnati. Jng Glaeses, Portrait and Picture Frame orevery pattern, Mahogany and Gilt Frames Pictnrea eat tosuitaay aiceatahorbnticej Looking, Glass Plate pnUinta old Irsmrsv Frames repaired .nd fejiltr" fMkMr ot namental gilt framea made 16 order and to fit pictures. Pino p.eoch pictures on hand of drat quality. Call and examine (nt stock. May 6, 1853. ly."