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Much Honey from a Little.
, Those who wish to increase the "quantity cf their honey and also to increase its flavor, can do so by fol lowing Langstroth's directions, as follows: 1 , ' s Y-. .'..'!, . "Dissolve two pounds of the purest white sugar in as much hot water as will he just necessary to reduce it a syrup; take one pound of the ni cest wnite-clover honey any other light-colored honey, . of good .flavor will answer and after wanning it, add it tdthe sugar syrup, and stir Sthe contents. When cool, this com pound will be pronounced,-' by the Lest judges of honey, to be one of the most luscious articles which they ever tasted, and it will be, by almost every one, preferred to the unmixed honey. ' Refined loaf sugar is a per fectly pure and inoderous sweet, and one pound of honey" will commucate ' the honey flavor to twice that quality of sugar; while the new article will be destitute of that smarting taste which honey alone so often has, and ".'will be found perfectly to agree with those who cannot eat.the clear honey with impunity. " If those engated in t the artificial manufacture of honey never brought any worse than this to market) the purchasers would have no reason to complain. As, however, the, compound can be fur nished much cheaper than the pure honey, many may prefer to purchase the materials and to mix them them selves.' If desired, any kind of flavor may be given to the manufactured article. Thus il . may be made to resemble, in fragrance,-the classic honey of Mount liymettas, by adding to it the aroma of the lemon balm, or wild thyme; or it may have the "flavor of the orange proves of, the delicate fragrance .of buds of roses, washed with dew. Spring and Summer. Planning your work for the spring and summer should not be deterred longer. . Determine the use of every field, the crop, the seed, and the ma nures. If snort of ; stable . manure, either cultivate less land or buy No. 1 Peruvian guano. Land cannot be 'cultivated with profit without ma nure; and a heavy dressing pays much better than a less quantity. Map your farm, if you have not already done it, that you can see at a glance every field, and every tree in your orchard. 't his will facilitate your keeping debit and credit with every field, you will learn something then of every crop and every field each passing year. Trim Grape ViNEs.This should not be delayed beyond this month. Improve the first ple'asent day with your knife. Trim closely, and ex pect grapes, with confidence, , Examine Your Fruit Trees. The young ones need watching when the snow falls. They are often bur ied under the banks, and will be broken or destroyed if they are not dug out. A few hours' work at the right time will (save you many dollars.- -" Seeds. Have them all in readi ness. 'Assort the , potatoes, and put the seed in barrels by themselves. Jf you have a surplus, market them now. They will be pot r property in June. Lid all the garden seeds be selected and labelled, and be put in the right place. Seed sowing is a busy time, and an hour lost then in looking up some mislaid package will be a vexation to mar the happiness of a whole dar. Let this month be rightly improved in making ready, and you will "pass on ;. smoothly through the seed-time and harvest. American Agriculturist. Dampino off Plants. At this 6easonof the year, when, we have little sun, and alter such a long, stea dy, cpld winter, all such greenhouse plants as are young, or cuttings just maqe 01 say v eruenas, noses, urer aniums, Heliotropes, &c, are liable to mould, or damp off. Great care must be daily given them, and often it may be necessary to stir the sur face of the earth. . Very little water is needed. The temperature may not be kept up to about 60 deg. fah-renheit. 0. . Farmer. x h , Mr. Barnet, a soap manufacture in New Orleans has manufactured a new article of soap, made from cot ton seed. It is purely vegetable, and has the same properties as' Castile soap; the color is dark, for the reason that it is made of the dirtiest portion of the seed. It is sold at six cents per pound.1;;' ":.; - OCTSow orchard erass early in the Spring the same as blue grass, if among trees. - It on a tilled held, the tame as clor; three-fourths of . a bushel per acre in the first case, a lull bushel ia the second. , A chandler having nad some can dles stolen, one bidbjm be of good cheer, "for m a short time," said he. "I am confident they, Will come to light."' What men call grandeur, glory and power are in the sight of God, .but misery and folly. - . : . " DR. WEAVER'S ; ; Canker aa Bait Baeum Syrspnd Create. : TT Id AN INDISPUTABLE FAtJ THAT THE J. above medicinesare the only infallible reme dies now before ilia public fur cutaneous erup tions, saltrbeuai, erysipelas,. sore legs, ulcere, old fever sores, scald head, ecarbutie eruptions, fcc.,4. . - - v.j' Case that the most eminent physicians have de'pnirvd of releivinr, iuiuwdntely yielded to ill ..IB II , i .. . . 1 1 . . "-' vi..i.iwfTcrii. uu wneu ojseu m.accura nce with tbe printed direction, wutcb accoui panv each bottle, the amip aud create ceinbined ei-adicateaaayofthe above aimed diseases, and leaves the sutlercr without a blemish. '1 he med. icines arc toowell known to require aurthincmore tbanaplainstatomnntof facts The joyful iutol- ngcuco id rescuing aa aany irom. east, west, uuitu im mm. u mo wonaoriuiourestualtbey are performiuo. See what is said bj those who bare used these medicines: Tbe Kev. Samuel Uoury.cf Palmer, Mass., savs "they have done roe utore good than in ute mow niouicinet 1 aire ever used sipelas." . .' Capt. William Tall, of the Steamer Granite State, saj-s'-thoy have cuied my little daughter of salt rtienni and scald bead of six mn' stand. iug. She was literally covered with sores; is ....... i x i 1 1 ,i ... uuw penecu v curuu uy in syrup 01 create. Dr. A. J. Johnson, of North Wardsboro, Vt , says "a scrofulous disease of the hip joint, and scald head in the same child have been cured by the syrup tnd create." Rev. August Bolls says "It has cared the salt rueuin m my leg. ... i. Hatfield Fraicr, Esq.. Editor of the Somer- sctt nig.feomerville, N. J., saya "'my mother uas oeen completely cureu oi a severe case or Tet ter of long standing, thai had defied the akill of tne best physicians." Hon. Joel Loomis.of East Lyme, Conn. , says -'I was completely cured of erysejielas in my leg, af ter a council of the best physicians in the county had pronouneed the disoaae incurable. (atmrare) which was seventy eight years, but Weaver's syrup ana create am tiie work at once. ' Elias Latham, Esq., of Orient, Long Island, N. Y., says "1 hardly know how to express my grat itude to vouand your medicines. 1 have been af flicted for more than thirty years with salt rheum in its worst form. I tried tohnd reliof from vari ous medicine. I tried several physicians in New York. Brooklyn and Greenport. I bare di eted aud taken medicine enough to float a pretty large bont, but they did me no good. I have ta ken your medicines one year, and am nowable to work and sleepwituout an ache or a pain, and my neighbor say I am the sprighteKt man on tb Island. " The Rev. J.S. Swan of New London, says "I have used the syrup and create in my family for more than a year, and Ithiiikitcompletelyadapt ed to su'Uiii the high reputation that is claimed for it. - I hare seen it used in a number of cases for salt rheum aud erysipelas, with entire suc cess. V Ask Seth Prisbery of Taunton, Mass., what these medicines will do. Ask William llarber, of Three Mile Uay, Jeff County, New York, what the syrup his doue for him. Ask G. F. & W. H. Uovnton, of Perkinsville. Vt. Ask F. L. Kent, ol Chicago III. Ask .Martha Cottle, of Martha's Vineyard. Mass. Ask Williani F. Keables; or William I'. L'enjamin, Ejqrs.. of New London Ask Dr. M. Murdock; of Pulaski, N. Y., who was cured of scrofula, after loosing bis leg by the disease, nd suffering for years, has been perfect ly cured by the use of the sympaod create. .Ask Curtis Burrough, of Sbelby, N. Y., who has been cured of a sovere case of salt rheum. . Ask Cbas. Akin, of Hume, N. Y., what the syrup and create will do for sore legs. Ask Winslow and Slafter, Merchants, Virgil, N.Y., what it will do for fe ver soros. In a word, ask everybody who has ever used these wonderful medicines, and the answer will bo the same. Tusr CtiRg. Manufactured by S. A weaver & Co., Sole Pro prietors, New London, Ct., and for sale every where. J. N. Harris k Co., No. 7. College Building Cincinnati. General Agents . for the Western States. Sold by R. W. Richey, New Paris, Ohio. . : ' ' J. P. Brookiue A Son Eaton.'O. Augusts, 1856. , . i ; ly. 9,000 BasheltTlVhite A Brown Flaxseed to Lonn. THE undersigned has Two Thousand Bunhels Good Clean Flaxseed to Loan on reasonable terms. Persons wishing to Borrow, will please call at my Grocery, where will be found a flne assortment of ." i .., . . , Co ccs, Snsrars, Teas, Salt, Irish. V FAMILY GUOCEK1ES, PURE WINES AND BRANDIES, For Medi cinal purposes, sold cheap. Toast end Mnrsh A InrkaYwwl' n ll..;l,i:n Main Street. Eaton, Ohio. : . ' B. 8.' CUNNINGHAM. March 32,1655. TIIOMPSOIV V I1AUBIS . , Atto.ueva and. Counsellors at Law. I t TILL practice in Preble and adjoiningcoun-1 V V tliS. All DHSinciaft entrtlataA in "'ill meet with prompt attentioo. Office on Bar- nu.-)ireet,inreeaoorsoortn ot Vanausdal'istora, Feb.8,18557 . V METALLIC COFFINS! rPUE subscriber has now on band, and intend I constantly keeping, a full supply of Mctalit Loffins, which will be sold low. WOODEN COF FLVS, of every quality and size, manufactured upon the shortest notice. E.WEISS, At the machine shop, South East of R. B. Uenot Anff.24,18M. ....... . 1 WILLIAM WIS WELL, Jr LOOKING GLASS, PORTRAIT PIC lure Manufactory, No. 129 ftjain .street, Nrtween Third and Fourth itreetg, Cincinnati. .MV:ing Glosses, Portrait and Picture Framea ofevery pattern, Mahogany and Gilt! Framea for Pictures cut tosuitany aizeatshort notice. Looking Glass Plates put into old frames Frames repaired and regilt. All kinds of or namenta! gilt frames made to order and to fit piotures. Fine F ench picture on hand ol he first quality, v Call and examine my stock. May 6, 1852 ly. . - . . . . . ChriJtmaiilUcrTlear'iPmeiiW, 'AT ' " ' E. minshall's New Book Store. TT7RTrfcivil miihe now RnnL . Kt ) did lot of new, valuable and handsome tjooits oi ranong Hinds ror tbe Holidays, to which the attention of the) public ia called, tie has also a ereat varietv nf nthr pnni. suited to the general wants of the public ah oi wuicn win oe anomed on terms as rea sonable as any other establishment in the country. . l-. - . E. M INS HALL. Eaton, Jan. 6, 1864.-tf. .-- - rEAS. We call tbe special attcption of those who are fou J of good Tea to our supply. We do not hesitate to recommend it. . OgdenADick, W. i. OlLMOaK, '. v .J. A. 0ILM0RK. W. JT. V J. A. CSILMOKE. - - Attorneys and Counsellors at Law SSfDiHre. an Marnn Rtwet .A Amrm il, rr Begister Printing oflice, Eaton, 0.3 aog 2. Wanted. K(c AnnBu$be,Fixsea'orw,''ich yul,UUUthe highest market price will be given bjr v J. P. BR00K1NS& SON. Eaton July 26, 1868. -, .: ;; NEW article in this market -WITT nir.fn. U.l hinery, Ae.,forsaleattheI)ruff-store oi a-) i. , -t - . j . r. ItmOKlBS HOD- lust Iteeelvcd. . BIRD Cages, Canary and llemp Heed .at theDrug Store of ..." J. P. Brookina A Son. . GROUND Alantand Lake Salt by tbeBarrelor Haek,justreeaivedai)dfoTsa'leby , DRU5S, HIEBICIES, dye stuffs,; ac j. p; Bieooiiiivs' sox; . si'- Baron St., . Eaton, O.,.-. . Wholesale and Retail Pea leu in ArcsricVn, English, Ftench aad German Drugs, ' -; . Medicine!, Cticmicnts, . Faints. Oils, ..;;' Brushes, Olas,I y Putty, Perfumery, ,VV Patent Medicines dee. . T7E beg leave to call tbe attention of tbe Y V hublio toour well selected stock which we offer en the most, favorable terms. Having the advantage of many rears practical experi ence In the business,, bey with confidence, defy competition, both in regard to quality and price of their articles. 1 i - " -Particular attention aid to Physicians pro scriptions. ' . . .. ... . Eaton, July 26, 1855, . . HAOTILLAS, - : MT Stock of jlfintillas ianow complete, com prising; the newest and most fashionable designs of ' ' , Itlolre Antique, Silks, Chantilla Lace and Applica Work. Thestyles for Sprint; and Summei are chaste and elecant. far surnassinir in beauty the de- siprnsof last year, and admirably adapted to our ciuuaie. .-. . ?N PATTERNS : For Mantillas, Ladies' Waists and Sleeves, do Bask Momma- Uowua. Also. Patterns for Bova' and M isses suits can be found at either of my es- lablianmonts, of every desirable styles. . . . - GEO. LEWIS, Manufacturer and Exclusive Dcalorin Mantillas and Patterns' Ti Fourth streot. 8 doors from Vine and 6 Fifth street, oorner of Lodge.. May 10 1855. tf. .. CARPETS! CAKPETSU , TIIEsubscribcris now receiviupand openings large assortment of English Tapestry Vel vet, Tapestrie Brussels, Brussels, Three-ply, In grains, and Vcnitian Carpeting. Frora twenty-seven inches to twenty-four feet wiae. Also, Kugs, Druggets, raoie ana riano uovers, liirtnin Uooas, stair nous, ao., esc., at wholesale and retail, to which he would most re- spectfullriavite your attention bofore purchasing elsewhere. U. FAIXS. No. 71 EastFourtn st., bet. Main t Sycamore. Cincinnati, vnio.- June H, 1855. tf S .".-' FALL. ; 1851. THOMAS KeDOHOOH, ' CINCINNATI, O. -WHOLESALE GROCER, AND DEAX.KS IN , . : Seeds Country Produce, &c. 6th Street, North Side, 3 dovr Wettof Elm. rpiIEsubicriber takes this method of informing a. rusold rncDilssna tne putjlic in general. Hint he hasenlargod his store room shore and below, and ianow rceoivingalargeaad fresh assortment of QR0CE1UKS, comprising in part, of v -60 Barrels No. 1 Mackerel. .100 No. 2 " . No. 3 ' Nos. 1,2 and 3. New Whifefisb. 60-- 13d i-2 ,.: .. . " 75 ", 601-2 " " ISO .'' Prime PlantationMolasses. JOO Kegs assorted Nails. - " , dO Boxes Glass." ' : . Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Elca, Indigo, AInm, : Madder,. Ooperas, (Stton Yarns. Suit. Tobacco, Lead, Ac, together with all articles of Groccrie, suitable for the country trade. Merchants are respectfully invited ty call and examine goods and ascertain pricos before pnrebasing else where. , - . October 5. 1854, - . GEEAT CHANCE FOE BAEOAINS!! TilEuuder signed being desironsof closingout hishiiiness. now offers forsnle alarge lot of BVUGIES AND CARRIAGES, wbichwill be sold cheaper, than any establish ment in the county. Ha will trade for horses or Idbuggiesik carriages. A credit ofuinemonths will bagiven for good paper. All those wanting something nice and serviceable willlind it money intheirpocketstogivensacall. , W. H. & a, KLINE. Eaton, Junol7,1854 12tf. ' . v LADIES' FANCY FUBS. ; BAKER'S - NEW If ATJ TORE,'. 144 WAlfflTT 8TEEET SEIOW FOUBTH. Wa are now onering tne largest and best as sortment of Ladies'Fancy Furs everopened inthiscity all of which are entirely uew, and selected by oneof the firm from tbebtest Eastern patterns. Our customers can Vely on getting a eennine ana iresn article., as we nave so o a stock to sell. WHOLESALE MERCHANTS. will please examine our stock bofort purchasing as we are offering inducements tocash and punc tual short time buyers. We have just received by express a lot ot liHUWN hukt HATS, com. priaiDgallgrades-raomebeautifuliroods .. , L. II. BAKER A CO,,v - , ' Wholesale and Retail Hatters, CflS. ' Hi Walnut st below 4tbCincinnati DAY Sl 31 ATTACK V ,. . ; Cincinnati, . t Rave removed to their New Store Rooms, Ho. 89 Tearl Bt.Twt.' Vine Eaee, and are opening a large ittek of Fall and Winter. Dry Goods; o which they invite the attention of the trade, Aueust 16, 1865. tf. n. L. bfunaxd. . d. l. oarsis BERNARD tV GARRISON, . i . (Socctsjoas to War. Nerr,) V OR K PACKERS COMMISSION MERCHANTS' Cor. of Canal & Vine Sts.. . . . CINCIXNATI. . . f0rderaand consignments solicited. : Nov. 8, 1855. 3m. - ' ' ' ; . L. B. JOHNSON, COMMISSION MERCHANT. S Columbia St., cast ofKIaln, '. VEALta m - Grain. Flonr, Pork, Bacon, lard, 4e., ii ADVAHCE8 HADI05 C0H8IGHKE5TS.. OcU)berll,185&, -. , . -r-. CJUAr and CANDLES a first rata article J sale Ogden A Dick. OODESADICKhareon.handalotofthe best Cranberries latetvseanla this market.' tat sale at Cincinnati prices. -. 1 -. FOII GOOD AND CHEAP GUT LIME STONE SILLS, CAPPS AND STEPS, ; ;.; MRGE OB SMALL STONE, Iv ' For allBDildiop,go to the Railroad If pot .3E3A.'3K7UnM' 9 " -f V i. BBANNAN. ' Bstan, Feb.-7, 1858. H -r - ," Latctt Iiuportatlons, v v THANKFCL for the liberalshar of patronage receireifrorba generous public,' - ; chambers; V repectfullylnfornMhisoldfriendl and custom ers, and the people generally, that he has just re oeivedfromtheoityanewand large aasortment of CLOCKS, WATCHES, . - ' AND JWU LltT,, ' among whleb may be found almost every style, pattern and prieeof Kigut-day, Twenty-fourhoar and Alarm CLOCKS. Also, Gold and Kilrer Lever, Magic, Lepiue, English, Swiss,Duteh and French , . ' . .' " '. .W JS- X SK3 3HC 3E3 SM a ' " Emerald, Pearl, Vurquols, Cornelian Mourning, Oarnet, Plain and set cluster breastpins. Earand Fingor-rings.auperlor Gold Fens, Ouard, Vest and Fob chains, Uold and Silver Pencils. Guards Slides. Thimbles, Xooth.picks Shirt-studs, Ac. Money 'Holts, claronets, tort )i so shell combs, thermometers, toys, toy-watches, fancy baskets, silver forks, butter-knives, , . , l5?ia31iIlSI?3SSa Gold spectacles and loekets.stcel beads.rings. tassels, Accordcons, music boxes, flutes, Ac, Ac, .0 UILEE Ti Superior pocket and pen-knives Luxurioossha vingraiors. . Fine table cutlery, salt-spoons, su gartongs,tableand tea spoons, fine silrer.plated and llrittianpa ware. r- "- v PECTACLES , Silver, steel, and Plated: Gogirlea. Scissors.Tweciera, steel pens. Moroceo and steel spectacle cases. tooth, hair, and cloth brushes, nine and needles, silk, ootton and buck-skin pocket-books wallets, shaving boxes,8oap,andstropa. compas ea, amber beads, percussion caps, curtain-bands waters, narmomoons, ateei ana pi a tea watcn ohains. . Go IdSilvcrGilt and St el Watcb ebaiuaand Keys, plated and silk guards A lot ofto.vs,Ae., with mauy articles Thelarge amount of clocks, watches and Jewelry sold by the subscriber, is the best evidence of the excel lency of the articles he keeps on hand. . i7"Call and examine for yourselves, opposite the Court House, Eaton, Ohio. Feb.1,1855. : ' tf. , v S COLLECTION NOTICE. rPHE undersiimed harino; some six months i. since retired from the mercantile business, aud having still a large amount outstanding in the form of notes and book accnints,aad be lieving that sufficient lenity has now been shown, woulo) respectfully notify those indebted to them that immediate payment is now required. - Our books and notes are in the Viands of W. L. Mitcuell, who is our authorized agent for the transaction of all business pertaining to the firm of Marsh A Lockwood, and mar be found at the office of K. G. D. McKemy. Esq., Public Square, Eaton Ohio. - Please come forward friends, and by comply ing with the above remiestsave us a disagreeable task, and yourselves additional cost and trouble. . j0l1x marsh, ; n.r. lockwood. In my absenoo Esq. McKeror will attend to the above biisiuesa. . WjiiL. MITCHELL, May !U, 1855. tf. , NEW FATENT PUMP. THE undersigned takes this method to inform the Water using public, that in a few dayshe wll receive from Soueca Falls, N. Y. a lot of Barker's Patent Double Action Force and Lift Pumps, which for the benefit of bis friends he would like to sell. Tins J'ump ts prrtectiy sim ple in construction is cheap and will last along time -being made ot troo, ana snouia. oy an means, be in possession of every family as a safe guard in case Of fire, from the fact that it will throw a constant stream of water to anr Part of a buil di ng. Persons desirousof seeing thesepumpa operate, can do so bycatling at the Tin ana Ktove oioreoi w. r. aicLiAot, Eaton, May, 81,1855, tf. . SPLENDID TOWN PROPERTY smm jm. isr, mxi THE subscriber wishes to sell the House aud Lotnpon which be now resides ait tinted in the most desirable part of town, (on Somen street, east of l)aron,)and tittud up with every coove- nience. The House is commodious and in good repair, with a good Well. Cistern and Wood Uoa.ie convenient. . There Is a good stable upon the lot, together with a choice variety of Grafted Fruit Trees, Currant Bushes, Ac- rgr For further particulars, enquire of the subscriber at bis Grocery Store, on Baron Street , JOHN G. WILLIAMS. Eaton, April 19, 1855 tf, - POTTERY ESTABLISHMENT. THE subscriber would respectfully inform the pirblio that he is now manufacturing at bis shop a superior article oi STONE AND EAETHIHWAEE. .. eonsistinr In part ofCrocks. Pans, Stove Crocks, Stone Jutrs, Pitchers and Bowls; all of which he will anil on reasonable terms. fSfShon loca ted at the old Potter stand JACOB KLLNGLKJ Katoa.June i4,l85S-iy. . : White Fish. . , Tam now receiving a large and chsice assort X ment of White Fish, which I will at the lowest rates. Call and examine they ere Fresh and good.. . , R, S.CUNNINGHAM. " Soap I Soap l , i - , TUSX received at tbe Grocery of Ogden A J Dick, a large lot of Roin Soap best quality rersoasueiriugm superior arucio wiii picuac test its quality. QTJGARS. We have now on hand for disposal as flne a varietv of Sugars as can behad any. where, and will sell as many pounds to the do), lar. OgdenADick. OGDEN & DICK, Wholesale and Retail Grocers, MA I'M STREET, EATON, O. a; EE now In receipt of, and will continue to receivelarm suntilicsof choice Family Gro ceries, which tliey oiler to their liberal patrons on terms tuily adequate to meet tne wants ot lueseiryiug iimei. .:. -juoc. xi,ibo. J. O, WILLIAMS, , . Wholesale and KetailDealerln ' FRESH GROCERIES, , . Baron St., Eaton, 0, ; Fresh Bread, and Cakes constantly on hand. TTTHEAT.Bye, ComrOa's, Flaxseed, Pota YV toes, and all kindsof Produceboughtattbe wholesale and retail grocery of ' ' ' ; cm. SO. - -,ri ' R.S.Cunningham DltOOMS and Brushes of all kinds iustreceiv Aj ed and for sale by the wholesale or retail at tneuroceryoi . k. s.tiunmngnam. , , . Jnst Received '. LAu GE and fresh supply of GROCERIESo allkinds,whicbwill besold wholesaleorre ial at the lowest rates, by .' .. ! . . March80.;' R.S.CfJNNirfGHAM. ' Pure Liquors INSPECTED and Warranted end. sold, only for Medicinal purposes by ' " B. S.. CUNNINGHAM. THE finest Mackeral ever offered the people of Eaton, just opened and for select the Grocery of ' ' R. 8. CUNNING HAM. BAMKETS, Bnckets. Tubr, Churns and trther articles of Cedar and Willow-Wareaow for saleattheGroceryof ' . " ; ' '!' JO. , , T U.9.tVJPlSUlla TlAKERT. ' Wa have in operatiob a Bakeryj J Jand hare In our employ one of tbe Lest ba dersin the Went, we wi) at all times keeps good supply of Fresh Bread. Crackers and .Cakes.- , raiMlieMappliedotirMsanabletorms.. ,," . ar." - . Ik 11 . v Jr. Jr II. MEREDITH, . DENTAL STTEQEON AHD OrESATOK 1H Flechr ical Oentistry.v TT'T'OULD respectfully inform both friendsaad VV natrons tbat he mar now be found on Mala m sj.i i ii i . Street, one square west of the Court ' ZHovt,EatOnt Ohio ." ' ' vu-t-UXX7lThaukful for the liberal patronage bestowed the last rear, and evidences of satisfac tion rendered, he feel like renewing bis efforts uu.vuij wpinsi, gut in surpass, ii possible, bis luruwr vpraumB in . c - . Artiflcial Work. : Incorruptible Artificial TeetAlnsertedinentira ar parts of setts, with Gum of a beautiful rn. lation, so delicately tinted and blended sstodery detection from the natural, except by the closest Atmospheric Pressure. , Teeth always inserted on this prinolr' when he entire arch larequired.and partial setts when as eonaitioa oi tne moutn will admit or it. . - Filling Teeth. , Dr. M. would call al.'tionto this verv Imnor taot operation, by saying that if properly done leetn can ne renuerea useiui tor lite.. Extraction. Cleansinc. and Rearulstinir Chil dren's Teeth, and general diseases of the mouth treated in a judioious manner. . . Office and retideoceon Mais Street. One square west of the Court House, baton, Vhio. . April 18, 1856. , . . ly. ; BOCTOE T0UR8EIF: . a.' TIIE POCKET iESCULAPIUS V :Ot, VIST ONI HIS 0W rHTSlOiAN. ' nrHE 50' Edition, with One Hun' 55S I dred Encravioes, showing Disea. JJJ ses and Malformations of tbe Human System in every shape and form. To which is added a Treatise on the Diseases of Females, being of the highest importance to married people, or those contemplating marrage.. By WILLIAM YOUNG ,M .D. Let no father be ashamed to present a copy if the AESCULAPIUS to bis child.. It may save li'D from an early grave. Let no young man or woman enter into the secret obliga tions of married life without reading the POCKET .ffiOCULAPIUS. Ltt no one suf ferlne from a hacknied Cnagh, Pain in theside, reatless nights, nervous feelings, and the wholo train of Dyspepticsensations.acd given up by their physicians be another moment without consuliingibe iEsculapius Have the married, r those about to be married any impediment, read this truly useful book, as it has been the means of saving thousands of unfortunate crea tures from the Tfry jaws of death. ffTAny person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS enclored in a letter, will receive one copy of this work by mail, or five copies will Oe sent lorune uouar. . . Address, (postpaid.) DR. WM. YODNG. No. 152 Spruce St, Philadelphia J. P. BALL, Nos. 28 Fourth & 10 Filth sts. CINCINNATI. My fncililies foi taking pictures of children are not equalled in the city, having lately . added a new room with a superior light - expressly for that purpose. ftTPictures taken in all kinds of weathet March 9, 1853. 'AHS-SMTsfLBiEVAHT; H. DISEEEN8, . r Proprietor FIFTH STREET, BET. MAIN & WW , - THOHAS W. EFfiAGUS 4" Co. SEW YORK CLOTHIERS & TAI19R8, t No. US Main Street between 3d & 4th streets , . Cincimrati, Ohio. ' CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE 4: RETAIL , Furnishing Arttcleo of every deecnplian, . " " Termsr-CASB 1 1 " - Liquors. :. AGEXERALasdortmentofLiquorsofall kinds pure article, for sale at tbe wholesale and retail Grocery of . " " ' imtSO. R. S.CUVMXGIIAM. rH)liK8, Uakes, Spades and Shovels of various Jp . kindsonhandatthe Uroceryof i ma 80"., ' : . ; : R.S, CUNNINGHAM.'; Eaton Dressing Room . ' Maim tree t idjoinin ft k e National Hate I ; ROBERT COI'C8, . NOW holds himself in readiness for feather ing. Hair Dressing, Shampooing andevery bing tbat belongs to his line of business. No sins will be spared to please all, and he in tes all to call and try for themselves. 1. II. MEREDITH, RESIDENT DESTI ., Eaton, Ohio, s . Office and residence On Uaron street west of of the Court House, in the house lately occupied by F. A. Cunningham. . April o,18S. ' - ly. PURE NATIVK WINE, prepared by Dr. P. M. Choke, and for sale at the Drug-store of Apl. . : : J-P. llrookinsASoo LYON'S CATHARION, a most splendid article for preserving and beautifying tbe hair. It pre vents its falling off and turninggrey, for sale at the Drug-storeof . - . J. P. Broonins A Son. 'rOBACCO.Suuff and Cigars ol all kindafor I sale at the wholesale aud retail Grocery of ' ma 80.... . B.S. Cunningham.' v Snlt! Salt! Salt ! ; Ogden &'Dick are now receiving a large supply of Salt, different qualities. Which they will sell at the lowest rstes. rpOBACCOof all kindsou hand, and i offered A to the lovers of the Weed at our usil low rates. . . - . Ogden ft Dick. LL kinds of 5EGARS kept on hand and for -sale by the thousand, box, or retail, at - . -,' , Ogden Dlck'a . ( ULS such as Lard, Tanncrs'and Linseed Oil Vwhlch will be" sold at the lowest rates by - ' ' ' ' " " - Ogden ft Dick "IITILLWW As CEDAR Ware-a fine assortmen for sals at the Grocery of Ogden ft Dick. TISH a frood article of Mnntr J. Cod.bytbeBanelor otherwise.allof whicl ' uj . - ... uguen vick White Fish and Pickerel, AGDEN fc'- DICK hnve lint received Wfine assortment of While Lake Fish and Pickerel which theyare selling' to customers si very low rates. 1 . ... . ; 7 irocerles,a choice stock now 011 hand VJand for sole wholesale or retail; Send your orders to the Grocery of Oodeh Diet if 700 desire fresh, cheapand good articles opposite.tne uouriuouae, Jiamst,, Eaton, O. UNITED STATES HOTEL, soDtowtsuor. 91 sum ft wainuisu. era xtwsaHnwmrArsrHe EWIKO A ARNOLD Fre.'i. VKSSS JOHMSOH ,f. ) . . , Atif, 30, 185Sr- ' '. " . im,.' 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 i 1 r I, ,i 1 , 1 , A Fine lot df Coffee of the most choice kinds, Just received and t'or aals at the new firm 0 Ogden ft Dick. fOLASSES, all kinds and the, most superior 111 onslitv.now Instorasndoifmd tnthenuh. at the Grocery ef . Ogden ft Dick. ' BOOKS, STATIONERY , FANCY ARTICLES. -QUIWN fc BANFILL,- RESPECTFULLY inform the citiieas of Eaton and vicinitv, that they bare removed te tbe POST OFFICE BUILDING, and have just open ed i a addition to their former stock, a choice sa lection of ' .. ' - . v, , Standard Publications, Historical, Miscellaneoasand School Books, among which may be enumerated Ancient and Modern Histories, Dictionaries, Readers, Spell era, Ac . Ac. together with the most rteent and popular Publication ot the day, sush as tbe News-Boy. The Lamp-Lighter, Tbe Lout Heiress. Ida Hay: Kuth Hall, Hfe of Barnum, Ae,. ft.,to . , getberwith .' ; .,;'. v' Blank Books, s of every kind; Day Books. Journals, Ledger Pocket Uemoranduma, Ae.. Ao. ; s 1 Writing: Paper, ;V Ruled, anruled,'. Flat Cap. Commercial PoM Note, Mouraing. Tissue, wrappingandparforata PPr- ' ' . ... - .. .. - . ,- ,, ,. Slatea . : : . Pencils, Qui II , Steel pens. Cards of errvklna ' card-eases. Envelopes, Gold Pens. Porte Monies, rocsei uooas, t aiuis, urusnaa, Mono-cbromatio Board, sdunet Board, Crayons and Blenders. Also a large lot of : . . . .. Juvenile Book. '1. A choice lot ot Perfumed Soaps, 5hsring Oreato, Hair-Oil, Culoirne. Extracts for the Toilet. Haud. kerchiefa,'and other . , . , . , K Perfumery; Gilt Moulding, Window and Wall Paper. Comie Sentimen tal and Fanet Valenlinet. All orders in our line will be promptly attended to, and we hope, by strict attention to business to reccirea liberal share of tne Publie Patronage.. rcw, 1, loo. 1 ' ? - HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Important Announcesuent I fPO ait persous afflicted with Sexualdiseases, lauch as Seminrl Weakness, Impotence. Gonnorhoea, Gleet, So., A;c. The Howard Association of Philadelphia, In view of the awful destruction of human life and health, caused by Sexual diseases, an J thedeceptiona which are practiced upon the unfoitunate vic tims of such diseases by qnacks, have directed their Consulting Surgeon, as a charitable aet worthy of their name, to give medical advice gratis, to all persons thus afflicted, (Male or Female,) who apply by letter, with a desotip- uon 01 ineir condition, (age, occupation, hab its of life, die.) and in eases of extreme no v. erty and Buffering to furnish medicine free of charge. V .- ; The Howard Association is benevolent institution, established byspecial endowment, ' lor the relief of the sick and distressed, af Aided with "Viiulent and Epidemic Disess. es," and Us ru tips can be Used for no other purpose, k baa now a surplus Of mesne, which the Directors have voted to advertise the above notice. " It i needless to add that . the Association commands tbe highest Medi. . cal skill of the age, and will furnish the most approvad modern ireslment.-. Valuable advice also given to sick and nervous females, af flicted with Abdomnal Weakness, Womb Complaint, Costiveneas, Lencorrhoea, aVc. Address (post naid.l Dr.Gaoaac R. Consulting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. bouid iMinui eueet, fnnsoeiphis, pa. - , MA U. II a A HI VY t,LL, PrCl't. Gcoaac FaiRcniLD, SecrelaTy, . July 12, 1856. r ' . . iym!2. HELMBOLD'8 GENTJLSK PMPEBATIOII.' ' SatMBOtp's BIOHLT COCSXTSATSO ' ' ' IWOMD Hl'lD EITRiUT BUClIi, For discuses of the bladder and kldners. P.- cret diseases, strictures, weakness aud altdia. - easesof the sexual organs, whether in male or lemaie, irom wbatever cause they may have orig inntcd, and no matter of how long standing If you have contracted the terrible disease ' which, when once seated in tbe system, will surely go down from one generation to another,' undermiuing the constitution and sapping the very vital fluids of life, do not trust yourself in ' the hands of quacks. 'who' start uoererv dnv In city like this, and 611 the papers with glaring falsehoods, two well Calculated to deceive the young, and those not acquainted with theirtrieks. - ........... U.. ..x I .1. t . 1 u vsuiflA un.i - ciruiui la m, VCieOIIOn -OT rcrredy in these cases. .. ' . ?- v. The Fhiid Extract Buchu has been pronounced , by eminent physicians the greatest remedy ever . uwh. a is a iiieuiciue. pencciiy pteaaans. la Its taste, and very Innocent in its actios, and yet so thorooirh that ifannihilateseverv nartieln al the rank And poisonousvirusol thiadreadlul dis ease : and unlike other remedies does not dry up tbe disease in the blood. , - ,. Conetitutional debility, brought on bv self abuse s roost terrible disease, which bos brought thousands of the bnman race to untimely graves,' thus blasting the brilliant hopes of parents and blighting in , .be bud the glorious ambition of many a noble youth; ean be cured by this infalli-M ble remedy. And aa a medicine which must. benefit everv body, from the simply delicate to the eonfioed and despairing invalid, no equal is to be found acting aa a cure and preventive. Ilembold's Highly Concentrated . Compound I Iwd Extract Soriaporilla, ; For purifyinrr tile blond, removinff all disasea arising trom excess of Mercury, exposure andfm prudeuoe in life, chronic constitiitional disease, ' arising from an impure state of the blood, and the only reliable and known remedy known for the eure 01 scmiuia, sail rneum, scald Dead, ulcere tionaofthe throat and le.Dains and awellinira . of the bones, tetter, pimples on the faoerand all - scaiy eruptions ui me sfciu, ', , rr!... . -. .1 . This article Is now prescribed by some of the most distincruislied bhvsicians in the countrv. . end has approved more efficient in practice than aovpreperation of Sarsaparilla yet offered to the .. public Several cases of secondary eyphillis, mercurial and scrofulous diseases have entirely recovered in the Incurable wards of our publie -institutions which bad for many years resisted every mode of treatment that could he devised.. ' These cases furnish striking examples of the sal. atary eflects of sbis medicine in Itrresttni some ' ofthemosr Inveterate diseases after the glands ' were aostroyea, ana tne bones already aBected. Notici Lettors from responsible physicians and professors of several Medical Colleges, snd . . certificates of cures from patients will be found acompanying both preperat ions. ,-' - Prices, Eluid Extract of Buchu, per bottle or six bottles for $5. . - .. "', Fluid ExtractSarsaparilla, 11 par bottle or six ' bottles for 15. v ' -; ,'' ' Prepared and sold by BUT. HELMBOLD. Chemist, Chesnut street, pear tbe Girard ' Bouse, Fhiladeliihia. . . , To be bad of J. P. Brooklns ft Son , Eaton, 0 -and of Druggists and dealers everywhere. , , All letter directed to the Proprietor or' Agen ' ' will receive Immediate attention.. ,- . r ' .. July8lithl85M . i-: ' i. . 08AOB OBAKOK ,-. . ' ' ."PEiiciiifli:...., :h THE undersighed is engaged in tbe planting . and resringof the Osage Orsnge,and is now prepired to make engagements for furnisbinf : sprints ind setting, or setting and maturing ., . encci atat'r prieee, and will warrant "--, . ; FIE8T BATS TEBCEs ' '"" infouryearsl All orders addiessed io West,' Elkton, Preble county Ohio, will be promptly attended to. :v j ., Jf. HORNADAY. L'. Dee.7l86t.tf.' ' ' - : r 'I ORANGES, Lemens, Nuts, Fruits. Ac, for sale cheap at the wholesaleand retailGroceryof . jm80. - ; ; ' ' B.S.Cunningham. ,- ' - ,v Salt! Saltl Saltl '- y TUST receiving larce lot ofSah whlehl J will sell to my old friends at the lowest rates.. Call and purchase, v ,- . 1. - " Jt. S. CUNNINGHAM. , nAMS, Shoulder and 8'des for sale at the ; wbolesaleaod retail Grocery of -t -ma(W. : " ; B. R CCSTTIXGHAirfl" 1 n '5 1 1 1!