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Take, lady, Vake! the niooo era high, " Tha twiuklin' rt ere bv.lu' . Vhilu now end thee acria tha ekjr, A lue-la-or are streamiu; Vake, tnvetv too. the sky ra clear, J Kefresliii'f it tha breeiet; . It blows mr nose, vbile I sits here, . A hddltu' 'neath the treesee. , e Vake Sally, dear, the bull firaiff' not Ara heard in yonder rushca. And the vorblin1' tree toad swells bii throat Singin.' in them are bashes . ---. - Take, Wenosmtiie. the Vinpoorwll ' Sing on that rail fonoe vmtnder, .' Arhiietheowl pipes forth hi hooting ihrill, " ' TV J don't aba vake I vooderl) v Boftlyontneglasay lea, --. t. .-..,-. " The moon her beama are ponrin',. i... ' 'The Stars look down and vink t rue, (Uyguni.irSalaTn'tanorin)!- ',- HOME! SWEET HOME! Tost" wi le, open, friendly fire place, with Iti lively, crackliug mirth, or it sweet twi light embers, alwsys appear to meiae meet emblem of a contented, great heart, answer ing back to your own Joy, and lighting up your i . i A ...I Anaiinu, miirmll ntir-d hv IDHUUWIi nun . -' atranger, the object of dull remark, or eold criticism; or ignorant condemnation, bow have I pictured to myself a world of warmth like unto Hie great fireplace at home, where every man should be greeted with', "Welcome welcome, brother I" and a ccmforUble,' snug orner or hia own; and where all answer to each other .with th sympathy and cbeet ol shining fuees over the glowing hearth. Look -kindly on the stranger, gentle frienJ, thy looks are either so many sweet, sunny beams, that belokeu the common fellowship of true hu manity, or so many icy rays that chill him to the heart that freete little by little the foun tains or love that fill him with distrust of the world and hatted of his species. ' No man knows for how much of others" wickedness and wretchedness he mny be held secounia Lie. A look of tuine may breed sorrow in thy brother, though stranger. A look of thine may do a good deed, may shine from thy face to bis race, and be reflected, like a ray or the cun, over hslf the globe. . .. . Live, ye gentle scenes of home I Light up, ye bright firesof the domestic hearth I Glow, yepleasanl fancies of the wood fire ! Smile ever, ye dimpled portraits on the wall of child hood ! ' Come in. ye swee. lilac ureeeej that nrnle through the coy curtains, the fclossoms of youth and the sl'y old cobwebs of memory re shiamering in -y out light I Place may asnge, friends come and go, hearts grow cold or wears away beneath the drops of caie till they crumble and moulder beneath the clod ol tha valley, but a pleasant home, where child hood lived and loved, neer dies. The mem ory thereof is fortune, ant indescrutible faculty of self-renewing joy. ' - i What is heaven itself but tha renewal of the fresh hearts and delightful pleasures ol childhood's home t A bsppy child looks for ward to a happy home above... The hireling initiated but too early in guilt and misery, or in misery without guilt, he seldom hopes for better accommodation at the journey's. and, and the shadow of bis childhood descends be fore him to the grave. ' . - ! . Laughable. Judge Jones recently delivered the following charge to a juiy, in the case ol Elgin Church for stealing: . ..-.'Jury, you can go oaf, snd ilon". show vonr ngly mugs till you find a verdict; if you can't find one of your own, gel the one the last jury used." " " -. " . The Jury retired, and after an aWncaof fif teen minutes, returned with a verdict of "Suicide in the ninth degree and fourth terse." ''- " ;-" "; 'Elgin Church, atsn-l up and face the mu sic. You aie found guilty of suicide for steal ing. Now the court sentences you to pay fine of twoshillings, to shave your hesd with bayonet in the barracks, and ir yon try to cave in the heads of any of the jury, you'll oaten thrinder. - Your fa'e will be a warning to Others; and in conclusion, may heaven have mercy on )ou. 's ' " ''' Good Family Recipes. To Dress PouLTRT.-WbeYlhe weather very cold, if you wish to mske your fowls comfortable, cutout and make for each of them a iafcend trowsers. . Put them on and 30ur BuUry wiirV dressed. ' ( ffo Cuas Hams.- First ascerlsin wha'. is the jnastefwirlh, tbem. Then apply the proper vennuiee, ana 11. you no nut auuueeu m therru il isfl't 7our fault. 15 PaiscuVR Apricots', Procure a amaH quantity of thejir.est a nicots that money can purchase. -Tslie them home, and having firs', .wiped ibem free from all dust, carefully Inck them up where neither your servants nor chil dren can'get at them. -This is the only wsy of nresarviiir them for Vour own eatine. .- 1 1 i - . .1 : ......- !.. A (3ooo substitot ro Botti. Marrry the nicest girl you Snow. You will then have ttpr In nr,i ul at the head of vjur table, and unless you are a sad dog indeed, you will not require any but-htr. , '. Laogbsli. At a church of color not twen ty miles from this city, the other eveoing, the minister noticed a number of persons, both while and colored, standing upon the seats dur , in kinging service, called out in a load voice 'Get down off dem seats, both white men and color, I cares do more for one man dsnde odder." Imagine the pious ministers surprise on besring the congregation suddenly com Joe ace finging in Short Meter . '1, u "Git down off dem tea's, " Bolf white men and color, ' ' t cares no more for one man. Than 1 floes lor ue odder." ' ITApsnon reading the first line or so of a chapter in toe oiote, the ciers, oysome mm tske or other, read it sfier him. . The parson rtsd as follows: "Moses was an austere man and made etonement for the sins of the peo pie." The clerk misunderstanding him spoke thus t . "Moses was an oyster-man, and made ointment for the shins of the people, , CTTo wrtte 'write right, you must wnle It writ,' for if you write il 'riebt.' it is not Mil.n rioht! andifvou write il 'tile,' it is not writteu right; nor is it wrifen right if you write it 'wright,' (or unless you write il 'write,' it is not written right. .-. ' ITA pleasant wife' is a rainbow o ttie sky, uIoti' hor himband'a mind is .tossed with i storms snd temptsta. 4 j- , 117 i iiraii iuaivfia - woman. like a sheriff , levying oe the wrong rasu's good's f Because he's the victim of "a ,. misplaced attachment." , '' . IT'Sonny dear," said a fond, mother, ;;You lave a dirty face." " 1 . "Can't help it msm, dad's Black Repub- jican." . :,; - , I. W 4 m aMn.! iKI M WnJ ' K. 1. n l.n( A Win lwim . ..m ihwjimuh - - j p w iiu 11 il. milli ter a horse, which ran awstend llirew the ' clerical rider, thought he-should have Some credit lor st.i in spresoeng cne gospei. ' ' .. ...... Jkl ; ' tTA Ti:xss ediWr, noticiug-the msrrisse ol . cotemp jrary, says: 'We welh him posteiiiy and Bsppinea.' , - I 'fTA young lady of delicste eonsliiution, ,.wbo was recommended lo MerciserTor her health, replied.'-! will jump M offer of 'msrriage, snd run my own lisftrif that kind of exercise will do." ! , Vh.t V,Ait( TO BS MA&HLEDt ' i THK ART OF LOVK MAKLSO. Tbamoatextraordiavary book f the lath century. XI1E BLISS OF IMAIIUIAGE. THE WAY TO THE ALTAR. . Katrlmoay made aasy; or How nvit Javer. vnavoiuowofliiopageasilBio. Pmcel. Sv.OOt) cocissalreftdr issued. Thii teentb adl. tioo ready, t'riutod on the rjuest paper, and il' lustratea id tha Ural style of art, --4 . 1 -lv rules tue eourt, toe camp, toe grove, j for Lore is Hven. and Heaven Is Love," 1 So sang the Bard : yet tbousaudapioa : For love of life the light divine ' ? .'. ; . Who, did they know some gentle charm, ; The hearts of those they love to warm, , Might lira might die, in bliss aaprema. . 1 Poueasing all of which they dream. . The road to Wedlock would you know . DeUynotbuttoRONUOUTso. ' . Time Diva, and from his a loo my winga - . A shadow falls on living things; - Then aeiie tha laomenta aa they pass, . 1 ; Ere fall the last aauda through the glass; . At least tha present ia vot own, While all the future is is unknown. :- i A happy marriage man or maid f Can now secure by R0NDUUT3 aid. CO STENTS. : It teaches how to make ladies or gentlemen win the derated affectiooaof eamnny of the op posite aex as their hearts may desire. And the plan ia so simple, yet o captivating that all may oe marnea irrespective or age, opuearance. or position; nod it can be arrainged with such east ana aciiicacr. inatdeteetlonis impossible. , it teacnes now to mas love, ... .It teaches every eye to form abeautrof itsnwn It teaches how to act when fascinated by s ladv. . . . - It teaches bow to make the wrinkled faee smooth. ' - It teaches rou the Wind of wife to selettttoren der home hni)nv. ' ; It gives advice-to the lover who has been once truly rccepted andisrejected arterwaidstnrougn me iuM;rierciM. in iricuus. It gives a remedy for uoretmitted love. ' Vlt give you instructions for beautifying theper. son. . - ' How to have a handsome face and bands. How to remove tan and freckles, r A Lecture on love, or a private advice to Mar' ried Ladies nnd Gentlemen. This iadecided the most fascmstinir.interest. ing and renlly useful and practical work on umrtship, Jlatrtmonv, and tnedntiesnnaaciigut of Uorrieil'Life, that'bas ever been issued from the Amorican press. The artificial system, which in so many instances prevents ausion of hesrta. and sacrifices conventionalism the hap. pine's and even the lives or thousands of the young and bopcfnl of both aexea, is thoroughly analyted and exposed. Ereryonewho contem plnt"a marringe, and wishes for an infallible gnide In the selection of a partner for life, should purchase this great text book of connubial relic, ity. ......... , - ... . ; - t No one will ever regret theprlce paid for such an invaluable secret. BilNof any of the specie paying banks in the United States or Canada received at par. Gold dust cflii be sent from California. AH that is neoeasary for you to do is to write a letter in as few wordsai possible, inclosing OVB DOLLAR, and wite the name, with the Post office, Coontvnnd State, and direct to 1 PltOFESSORRONDOUT, Publisher A Author, Xo. Hi Forty.sixth St., N. V HEWITT A DAV6VPORT. 182 Sassau St., arc the wholesale agents. 1000 agent wanted. ya.il 1833, dm. , . , ? r - ' a a is ." DR; WEAVER'S Canker and Salt Rheum Byrnp jini Create. IT l. A.N I.Uilai'U'i'AbLL i AtlTHA'l f HE above mediciuesai e tbc only inl'alliblereme. die now before the public lor cutaneous erup tions, ealtrueum, erysipelas, aore legs, ulcers, old fever sures, scald head, scai butic eruptions, acc.,ao. . . o . . . Case-i thai the most eminent nhvaieians have despaired of reLeiving. immediately yielded to meir ourniiTe uw.ers. aou wtieu used in acoira auce with the printed directions, which aceooi pany.eacn bottle, the syrup and create owinbioed eradicates any of the above named diseases, aud leivea the suuerer wituout a blemisu, 1 i ue mud. luinesare toowollkuuwutoreuuireanythingniore tliiiu a plain itutemunt of facts The joytuliutel- ligeuce la reacuing us daily Iroiu east, west, north end south, of the wonderful cures that they are oerfurmins. . Sue what Is said oy tnose wno nave usea tnesm medicines: Tue Kev. Samuel Uoury.oi raiiner. Mass., says "they have done me more good than all the other rueuiciua I have ever used for ery sipelas. " (Japt. William Vail, of the Steamer Granite State, saya"thi:y have cuied my little daughter of salt rlienm aua seal a Dead 01 six years' stand ing. Hue was literally covered ith sores, is now perfectly cured by the syrup of 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 and create. ' Rev. August lions says "it nas enrea tnesau rbeum in my leg. '...' i. HatHeld traier, Esq.. taiwroi tnesomer sett Whig, Somerville, l. J., saya 'my mother has been completely cured of a severe ease of Tet ter of long standing, that bad defied tha skill of the best physicians." Hon. Joel lxomis. 01 r.aai byrne. uonn.,gays' 1 was completely cured of ervserjelaa in my leg, af ter a council of the best phyaieians in the couuty had pronouueed the disaase incurable, latmyage) which was seventy eight years, but Weaver's avmn and create did the work at once." f itude to you andyour medicines. I havteeo af flicted Tor more than thirty years with salt rheum 1 .. aava 1 uaruiv auuw nuw iu cAiiressfiiv Krav- in its worst farm. I tried tonnd relief irom vari ous medicines I tried several physicians ia New York. Brooklyn and Greenbort. I have di eted and taken medicine enough to float a pretty large boat, but they did me no good. I have ta ken your medicines ene year, and am nowable to waik and aleepwitliout an ache or a pain, and my neighbors say I am the sprightevt man on the ISIUHU. j The Rev.T.S. Stvan of New London, Java"! have used the symrf and create in my family for more than a vear. and Itbinkitcompletelyadapt- ed to snstain the high reputation that is claimed Lfor it. I hare seen it used in a number of-oasea Uor salt rbeum and erysipelas, with entire sue Ask Seth Prisbery of Taunton, Mass., what these medicines will do. Ask William Barber, of Three Mile Bay, Jeff County, New York, what the syrup has done for him. Ask G. F. W. H Boynton, of Perkinsville. Vt. Ask P. L. Kent, ol Chicago III. Ask Martha Cottle, of Martha's Vioevard. mass ask imam r. neabies: or William P. Benjamin, Esqrs.. of New London. Ask Dr. M Mnrdock; of Pulsski, N. Y., who was enred of scrofula, after loosing his leg by the disease, and sulfering for years, hasbeen perfect ly cured by the use of the syrupand create. . Ask Curtis Burrough.of Shelby.'N Y., who has been cured of a severe case of salt rbeum. Ask Chas. skin nf llnm Jf . v.. what the svrun and imln will do for sore legs. - Ask Winslow and Slafter, Merchants, Virgil, N.T-, what it will do for fe ver sores. In a word, ask everybody who has ever used tneae wouaeriui meaicwcs, and the answer will be the same. . xusr Unas, Manufactured by 8. A wearer A Co., Sole Pro prietors, New London, ana for eale every where. ' ' . J. N.IIarriai Co.. So. 7. College Bnildinir Cincinnati. General Agents - for the Western States. Sold by - . " ;. .... .' S. W.RicheT, Newfana. unio. . ' ' r J. P. Brookibs A Son Eaton. 0. Augurt ,185a. ' -- .-.- 1 '.. iljt. 3,000 Bushels White st. Brown Flaxseed to Loan. - THE nadetsigned baa Two Thousand Bushels Good Clean Flaxseed to Loan on reasonable Pinn, rtaliinn. in Itormw. will nteau. ,V.ii.V", -v - , call at my Grocery, where will be found a Br assortment oi Co ee, fiiarar. Tea. Fait, Flsb FAMILY OUOCEUIKS, ... I'TJBE WINES ANT) BRiNDIES Fof Medu cinal purposes, sold cheap. ' ' '- tiiena siarsoa i.ocawocu a new puiiumg Main Street, Eaton, Ohio. " . ' J , . , .,, , B.8. CTjyNINGHAM.' Mimh J9.1?55. '., ,- ; -. ;'. ... , ROUND Alamand Lake Halt by theBarrelor, IJf Haok.juatreceivedandforsal by saalO. BS.CTJJfNlNGliAlI. MOfiS, r,19IS!3S, PTE STUrr S,:caVG. J, P. BUOOKINS & SON. ; , BaroQ. St.. . Eaton, O., Wholesale and Re'ail Dealers in ArnsricsB, EngUsh. Prench and German Drugs, Uledicliicf, ..' . . ' Chemical, Paints, OH, " Itrashes, la," Pistty, Perlwinerjr, - Patent iriedieltte &c WE beg leave to call the attention of the tiublio toourwell selected slock which we offer on the most favorable terms. .Having the advantage of many years practical experi ence in the business, thev with confidence, defy competition, both in regsru 10 quality and prioe of their articles. .' Particular attention t aid tophysiciaos pro- senptioea. ; Eaton, July 26, 1855. -v' ' t MATILUS, . s um'm'er . ' TY stock of JUantillas is now complete, com' iVJ(. prising th newest and most fashionable designs 01 . Moire Antique, Silks, ' Chahtilla Lace arid Applica Work :. The styles for Spring and Snmmei are chaste and elegant, far surpassing in beauty the de signsorlast year, and ad-niraWy adapted to our climate. v . ;-V v PATTERNS .V. For Mantillas, Ladies' Waists and Sleeves, do Basks Morning Gowna. ; Also. Pattcrus tor Boys' and Muses suits cau be found at either or my es tabllahments, of every desirable styles. ' 1 GEO. LEWIS, Manufacture and Exclusive llealerin Mantillas and Patterns' 1J Fourth itrect. Sdoorsfrom V ide andtlO Fifth street, oorner or Lodge. . .'J May 10 155. tf. CAItPETSJ CARPETS! I . . THE subscriberis nowreoeivingandopeninga Urge assortment of Guglish Tapestry Vel vet.Tapestrie Brussels, Brussels, Thiee-ply, In grains, and -V . Veuitian Carpeting. From twenty-seven inches to twenty-four feot wide.' Also, Bugs, Druggets Table and Piauo Covers, Curtain Goods, fltnir Rods, Ac , at wholesale aid retail, to which lie would moat re-; speotfiillyiuvite your attention before pitrchaaing elsewhere.' H. FALLS. ' No. 71 East Fourth st., bet. Main A Sycamore. , . - .'' Cincinnati, Ohio. ,1 . Junel4,l855.-tf ' , - ' ' . TUOMPSOW & HARRIS v" Atto neys and Counsellors at Law, 1 4 ILL practice in Preble andadjoiningcoun. V ties... All bnsinessentrusted to their care will meet with prompt attention. Oflice on liar Tonstreet,threedooruorth ef VanausHlal'astore, Eaton, Ohio. Feb. 8, 18S3' ' -.. . " MET A LIC COFFIKS! ' 'PUE subscriber has now on hand, and intend I constantly keeping, a full supptrnf Metalit Coffm, which will be sold low. WOODEN COF FINS, of every quality and size, manufactured upon the shortest notice.- - E. WKIS. At the machine shop, South East of It. K. Depot. , Aug. 8,.18M. . ChrfstmailNewIenr'tPrtsciitx. . v . at : 1 . E. MlnshalPtt New Book Store, IUST received at t he new Book Store a splen did lot of new, valuable and handsome Books of various ktndi for the Holidays, to which the attention of the public is called, lie lias also s great variety of other Books suited to the general wants of the public All of which will be afforded on terms as res- sonable as any other - establishment irl the country. . ' - . ' " ' - , . MINSHALL. s Eaton, Jsn., l8S4.-lf. ' - TKArf. We call tha snecial attention of Hmiu 1 who are f on i oC good Tea to our aunnly. We do not hesitate to recommend it. : Ogdeil A Dick. W. 1. fllLNORK. t, A. OH.MORf . W. J. & JT. A. GILmODE, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law --aw. rsyOIIice on Unron Street, 8 doors south of Register l'intingffice. Eaton. O.Jl augi. Wanted, . 500,000: BushelsFlsx Seed for which the his heat market price will bafivenby J. P. BR00KIXS4. SON. Eaton July 26, 1856. "jIEW article in this market, NUT OIL for Ma hinery, Ac.,foraaleatthelrng-store oi " Apl. J. P. HrookinaASon- DAY A JIATI:ACR . ; CINCINNATI, ' Have removed to their New Store Rooms,' Wo. 89 Pearl St., bet. Vina Baca, . ana! art tpemng a largt Ittek Fall And Winter Dry Goods, 0 which they jpvile the attention ofthe trat'e. . AWust lC, lo65. . tf. N. L, BKSK1SD. U. V,. OARSIS BEBNABD A G AGKISOIV, !' (,Si;ccrissoRS to W. Nagp, -'PO'JIK PACKERS . AND COMMISSION MEIICRANTS' Cor, of Canal & YlneSts.. , ; 4 rlVlUlV a Tf '" ivi.tviii'aii, CSPOrderfl and coDsiguiDeitU solicited. Jg Not. 8, 1855. 3m. i v. -1 : L. B. JOHNSON, COMMISSION MEhCUANT. S Columbia St., east of JTIaia, Grain. Floor, Pork, Bacon, Lard, fcc le. ;' ADVANCES KADEOS COSSIGMMIHTS. ' Ootober l'1,1855. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' - " s OAP and CANDLE8 a firstrate article uie ' ' -' 1 Ogden t Pick. , OGLES A DICK have on hand a lot of the best Cranberries latelyseeninthia market. For sale at Cincinnati prices. .-!, ;,-, , .-, , ' FOB GOOD AND CHEAP, i GUT.-LI ME STONE, SILLS, CAPPS AND STEPS, i . LARGE OR SMALL STONE, . ; For all Coildinsi, f 0 to (he Railroad Depot 'iaas3aKaarsrJBa 9 ; '.',- BRANNANT .Kalon, Feb. 7, 1866.1y v- 7 ; . , -, ,' Jnst Received. BIRDCagci.Canaryand Hemp Seed attheDrug Btoreol J. P. U DrookiaaABon. ': Latest Iinpartatins. TUANKFOL for tha liberalshata ofpatroaage reivdfrmngeueiQUpublic,' , J.CUAiUltERS, , rekpectfnllyinrormsbiaoldfrieadsaBA Sustonj. ra, and the people generally, that he baa juat r- cvedframtnacityanewana large aasorimemoi CLOCKS, WATCHES, - '-AND '' fu. "". JEWELKY. c among whioh maybe found almost every style, pattern aud priceui Mgu-aav, iweuiy-iournour and Alarm CLOCKS. Also, Gold aud Silver Laver, Magic, Lepina, bogiian, E)wiss,uutc ana French . 1 ; . r jmk. rm? su M Jsna mm . Emerald, Pearl, Turqnoia, Cornelian Mooruing, Garnet, Pli n a nd set cluster breastpin a. Ear and Finger-ringa.superior Gold Pens, Guard, Vest and Fob chains. Gold and Silver Penetls.Ouarda Slides. Thimbles, Tooth-picks. Shirt-studs, Ac. Money !Belts, elaroneta, tortus abell combs, thermometers, tovs, toy-waiches, fosicy baskets, ailver forks, butter-knives, . .: S a Si E5S I? SB B. " Gold spectacles and lockets.Wee.1 beads.ringa. tassels, Accordcoua, musio boxes, flutes, Ac.,Ae, ; C U V L ER Y,;; Superior pocket and pen-kulvea . I.nxnrlouasha vingrasors. Fine table cutlery, salt-spoons, su gar tons, table and tea apwMia,.nnsi1ver,pIated and Brittianna ware..,'. . , .tr . .. . SPEC TACtES Sirrori.steel, and .Vlsted ; Gugglea. Scissors, Tweezers, steel pens. Morocco and stool spectacle a. tooth, hair, and cloth brukhea. nine and needles, silk, cotton and buck-skin pocket-books wallets, shaving Boxes, soap.anuairops. compas es, amber beads, percussion capn. eiirtain-bands wafers, hartnoniovns, ateei ana piatea vvatcn ehalna. . ' . OoldS ilvriilt nnd t el Watch chal.isand Keys. plated and silk guards. A lot of toys, 4o.,witrimaD.y articles Thelarge amount of clock, watches and Jewelry sold by the subscriber, ta tne oet evidoncv ni uie excel lency ofthe articleahe koepson bond. fjfX'all and examine for yourselves, opposite theCourt House, Eutoti, Ohio. ' .' " , Feb. 1, 1855. -;' . V COLLECTION NOTICE. T'UE undersigned having some six months J." since retired from the mercantile business, and having still a largo amount ontstauding in 4be form of notes and biwk accounu, and be- Ivevmg that sufUcicut lenity has untv been sdiown, would respectfully niHify those iudebted to (hem that immediate parinvnt is now required. Our books and boles are in -the hands of Wit. L. MircusiL. who is oar authorised agent for tU tran-Mictiou of all busiuess pert lining to the firm of UarsliA Lckwid, nnd may be found at the . office of il. (i. D. McKeiny.'L'sy., Public SJiiiare, Eaton Ohio . Please oome f.irtvard friends, nnd by comply, lug with the above requests vou a disagreeable taak-aad yoarselves additional cost anil trouble. .v.. . : , , JOHS MAItiiS, ; ' - 'KjR.LoCsIWOOD. - In my absence Esq. McKemv will attend to the above bmincsa. : Wn.L. UITCUELL, . May 4. IS55. tf . , NEW I'ATENT I'UfllP. tllHE undersigned takeathi method to inform L the Water using public, that in a 'env diivahe wll receive from Seueea Falls, S'. Y. a lot or Usrker's Patent Double Action Force and Lift j Pumps, which for the benetll oT bis friends he I would like to sell.. This Pump i perfectly sim- pie in eoiMtractlon-la cheap and wkll last aJoug time -being made or Wn and should, by all uMians, be in possession of cvorrf.imiW as a safe! guard in ease of Ore, from the Tact tliat it will , tnrnw a constant stream oi water to any part oi a building. Personsdesirmisof seeing thesepumps operate, can do no byealliug st the Tin and rttove Sliirkr.f W. V. McCAUK. KatarVay,M. isss.-tr.- SPLENDID TOWN PUOPEUTV VSktlK (MADIit ' n iim-.i ",-tn TUG subscriber wishes to w --."iw s ,,., i i,. pA'kyKrL V'ty bb'i we iiuuvo ami iiuiunon fSri'6LiJ Vf - which he now resides sit ij.-.. ; k I -if ..... . i . . . fit uateu in tne most ncsirabie ...TS B aL. nartor town, fon Komers W'jW-W-J'.S; street. east of llaron.land y ntted iipwitli-cveryconve- nience. Theltbuseia commodious and in good repair, with a good Well. Clslern and Wood House convenient. Tlieieisa good stable upon the lot, together with a choice variety of Drafted fruit Trees, Currant Bushes, ic. KiT For further particulars, enqitirs ef the aubscriber ot hia Grocerv ritore, on llaron Streel - JOIIS (J. WILLIAMS. Eaton, Apriljd, 1855 tf," POTTEttY ESTABLISHMENT. svso TUE snbcriber would respectfully inform f t the publio that he is now manufacturing; at uis snp a superior nriiuie in ... t ! STOKE ARB EABTHZUWAEE. "'. consisting in part of Crocks. Pans. 8' ve Crocks, Stoue Jugs, Pitchers and Bowls; all of which be will sell on rsasonanie terms. .IShon iocs ted at the old Potter stand JACOU KLINULEJ Raton. June 14, IKSs. ly. -r- White Fish. I am now receiving a Targe and chaise assort ment of While Fish, which 1 will at the lowest rates. Call snd examine they are Preshand good. , . R. S.CUNNINGHAM. Soap! Soap! JUST received at the Grocery or Ogden A Dick, a Urge lot of Rosin Soap best quality Person a destrinp a aunerior article will nlease testitsqnality. . u LtTJOARS. We have now on hand for disposal O as fine a vwietyof Sugars as can behnd any. where, and will sell as many pounds to the dol lar, i, Ogden ft Dick.. OGDEN sic DICK, Wholesale and Retail Grocers, . MAIN STUEET, EATON, O. ARE now in receipt of, and will continue to receive large supplies of choice Fami ly Gro ceries, which tbey offer to their liberal patrons nn terms fully adequate to meet the wants ol these trying times. . Dec. 21,1854. - J; , WILLIAMS ' "' Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ' FRESH GROCERIES, .., ' Baron il., Eaioo, O. , Fresh Bread, and Cakes constantly on hand. WHEAT, Rye, Corn, Oats, Flasseed, Pots toes, and all kindsof Produceboughtatthe wholesale and retail grocery of , nta. 80. -,.'. R.S.Cunningham BKOOM.Sand lirnshesor all kinds just receiv ed and for sale by the wholesale or retail at the Grocery of . . - , R. H.Cunninjrhan. ; : Just Iteccived ; M ALA.' OEanI fresh aupple of OROCEBIESo llkinds,wbich will be sold wholesaleorrs ial at the lowest rates, by . '... . Maroh80, K.S.CDNNIJIGHAM. . '-.Pore Lianors , . INSPECTED and Warranted and sofdonly for Medicinal purposes by . - R. 8. CUNNINGHAM. THE finest Msckeral ever ofTered ihe people or Baton, just opened and for ssle at the Orer-orvnf " R.S. CUNNINflHAM. BASKETS, Buckets-Tubs-, Churns end other articles of Cedar and Wiliow-Wsrcnow for sale attheOroeeryof . - ' 10. . '. B. S. CUNNINGHAM - BAKERY, We have in operation a Bakery, and have In our employ one of lbs bast ka ders in the West, we wil at all times keepagood snpplyorPresb Bread, Crackers and Caken, Familiassupplied on reasonable terms. Ogden ft Dick. ZT, J. It. MtStaSJJI'All.' OZVTAL BUSOE05 AMD OrKiATOB, UT MeclWMical wcnilstrr. WOULD resuvelfulij lofurui both friendsand patroas that he may now be found on Maia , , street, one square wv vi v wvii " f. Houm. Eatim. Ohio. Thankful for the liberal natronare bestowed tue last year, and evidences of satlsfac tion rendered, h. feels like renewing hia eflorU run ODijr a pisate, out 10 surptiM , i poibl. bit former operations in Artificial Work, ' s . , Incorruptible Artificial Teethinsertedineatlre r parte or setts, with Gum of a beautiful granu lation, so delicately tinted and blended to defy detection from tha natural, ezoept by the closest inspection, v . .,- . ? -. . . AtniOSplierie Pressure, t Teem always maeriea on ini princip' wnen lie entire arcn is requirta.and partial sett wbenJ be condition of the mouth will admit of it. ; Filling Teeth. Dr.M. would call at. "tionto this very impor tant operation, by saying; that if properly done Teeth can be rendered useful for lire. Extracting, C'leansiug, and Regulating Chil dren's Teeth, and general diseaaea ofthe mouth treated in a ludiciouanvnner. Office and residenceon Main Street.one square arest of the Court Uouse, Eaton, Ohio., Aprilli, 185a. . , . , ly. " FALL. '- -: -.1851.. - . THOMAS McDOHOQH, ; ... :;. CINCINNATI. 0. ' WHOLESALE GBOCEB, . AND U KALES IK"'- S9eds Conntry Produce, be. 6tk Street, Norlk Side, t lor Vfeit of Elm. TDK subscriber takes this method or informing his old friendsand the public in general, that he has enlarged his store room aoore ana oeiow, and is now receivings largeand fresh assortment Of GKOCKKIiiS, comprising in part, ol - , - AO Barrels No. t Mackerel. . 100 " No. 3 " ' ' ' ' -1 60 " No. 3 ; " ; . 150 1-2 ' " Noj. 1,S snd S. v -75 . " New WhitefiiB. .601-2 " " ' " ' " - 160 11 " Prime Plantation Molasses. '"'.100 Kegs assorted Nails.' ' ' .' " ' d0 Boxes Glass. ; ':','. ' Bogar, Coffee, Tea, Kioe, Indigo, Alum, ,. .Madder, Coperas. Ortton Varos, NaH. Tobacco, Lead, Ao.,together with all articles of Urooerie, suitable for Ilia, eountry trade. Merchants (ire respectfully invited ty call and examiue goods and ascertain prices aeiore pnrciiasinp- else where. . OctibcrRlait, - .. 02EAT CHANCE FOB BARGAINS!! t TUB in.lei signed being doaironsof closiugout hisb i'iness.now oXersfnr sale a large lot of BOOGIES AND CAUR1AUES, , which will be sold cheaper than aiir ostablish. inent in the county. He will trade for horses or IdbtigtriesA- carriages. A oreditofninemonths will ba given for good paper. All those wanting something nice and serviceablewillliud it inoiiej intbeirimcketstogiveuea call. - ":', W. II. k O. KLIN'E. Brtea,Jnnl7.1S5i 12tf. . .. ' J, P. BALL " ' JNos. 28 Fourth & 10 Filth sts." CINCINNATI. ' ,,;,.,' .. , ,ne"l,el 1 t"t t-quslle for tskinx pictures of children sre lied in the city, having lately addeu a uew room Willi naupenor llgtil . . f tpressly fortliat purjiose. ... , JTPictures taken in all kinds of weatlie. March 9, 1853 H. EISEEIN8, . - . . . - . - Proprietor FIFTH STREET, BLT. MAIN 4 V .s - THOMAS V. SFKAQUli Co. NUW Vfllll LLOrUIEIin TA1L0US, , No. 1 13 Main Street between 3d 4 4th streets ' Cincinnati, Ohio. ' . ' .. ' , CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE RETAIL ' Furnishing Arttclet of every tletcrtpiio, "' . ' . Terms Cash 1 1 ... ' . Liuuoi'8. OEXKRALaasorlmentofLiqiiorsofall kinds pure article, tor sale at tue wbolesale sua retail Grocery of -- - ... '.'. ' i WW.- " B. S.COtfVtSrOHAM.: I , OKK.S, Unites, Spades aud rfliuvels ot various I' kindson hand at the Urocery ot ma 30. B.H.C'U.NNLVtiUAI(. Eatoii DressinB ICoom. ;.. . Maintireet sidjoiniii i tht Nutittui t Hote t , ROBKttT COIVGH. , - - N- 'W holds himself in resdiness for Barber ing. Hair Dressing, Shamnonine' andeverv hing that belongs to his line of business.-. No oiiiv win uc npnrvii io piense an, anu ne in tetsu to can and try for themselves. . , - PDBE .V ATIV "i WIS ErparedyTrr. pTlii Caima.andforsaleat tlieOnig.storeof . . ' Apl. , ' J. P. BrookinsftSon' LYOH'SCATIIARION, a most splendidarticle for preserving and beautirvlnirthe hair. It Mo vents its falling orf and turning grey, for sale at tneurug-svoreoi urooitina A son. I ORACCO.Snuir and Cigars ol all kinds for I sale at tue wnoiesale and retail Gwicerv of .ma80. . B. 8. Cunningham. . Salt! Salt! Salt I 1 ' Ogden a Dick are ngw receiving large supply or Salt, different qualities, which tney win sell at tne lowest rates. ) : rpobACCOofall kindson band, and I suffered a. to tne lovers of the Weed at our usnal Irtw ""e- Ogden A Dick. A; LLkindsofSEGARSkepton hand and for sale by the thousand, boi. or retail, at - 1 . - r Ogden A llick'i TLS such as Lard, Tanners' and Linseed Oil Vwhich will be sold at the lowest rates by : . Ogden A Dick St ILL0 W & CEDAR Ware-a tine assortmen for sale at the Grocery of. '.. ' ',' ''r ' '-' : Ogden ft Dick, FII?n-S good article, of Mackerel, White and Cod, by the Bane) or otherwise, all or which are warranieu oy i ;. . Ogden ft Dick. White FiSh and Pirkcrrl. 0 CD EN A DICK have iust - received one sssortment of White Lske Fish and Pickerel which they are selling lo enstonWa at very low rates. ,-'. .- . "y - ? 1 rocerles. a choicestocli now on band I and for Sale wholesale ofretsil.- Send yoor orders lo the Grocery of Oodv.k 4 Dick iL you desire fresh.'chespsnd good, articles oppositethe Court House, Msinst., Eaton, O. UNITED STATES U PTE L, a il. ...1 M 1 , Bouinfftiiiiur. "i jjiin wuinauMi. ; C3 "ssr nw sti -sar rw -rw jm .rmy m. m - EWISGs AUNOLD Pro.'s. r ... !. aioaTOw, " I i ' . - ,.,. J n I Assistants.' 1 J 4n?. 30,1886. : .. Jm, " AFinelot of Coffee of tha moat choice kinds, just rceiyed and 'or sale at the new firm oi J: w. v i -. ., , i, Ogdeo A Dick- U cLA.SSEa.allkindsaod the mostsoperior V L qual it y, bow in store and offered tothe pub-1 ue at tut trecery ar Ogden ft Dick. . -4 ; ' Mawlluvitln v- BOOKS, STATIONERY tX . . FANCY AUT1CLES. . . , , QUINK & BANFILL, liEijPECTrDLLYinrormtbaeitltsDserEatoai V . ! e,mt !. f0 " , ?r Vf . UUlLLl.NQ.and bs,e just op.n- luasioitiontotnetr lormer stoca.a cnoice nft i,sn a-if . Standard PablcnUons, 1 (-' Historical, Misqellaneousand School Bueks, mong which may be nuaeratad Aaoieot east Uodern Histories, Iliotionarica. Headers, Spvll--era, ,., together with the nioat recent an4 popular -4' ulihcatton? ot tne day, suah as that News-Boy. The Lamp-Lighter, The Lot Heiress,. ijlda May. Ruth Hall, Life efBamm.A.,Ao.,to - V," "'. . - Blank Books. of every kino?-. Day Books. Journals Ledgaf Pocket Memorandums, Ac. Ac. - Wrltlnsr Paper,-.. - Ruled, unruled,' Flat Cap, Commerclaf Tost Note, Mourning-. Tissue, wrappingand perforata paper. '? - ' '' i- t-j'f. - -s -. f--!"4-."'-i '; Mat),',; :., F.-',v ;,? Pencils, Quills, Steel Pena, Cards af every klaa, eard-cases. Envelopea, Gold Peas. Porte Monies, Packet Books, Paints, Brusbea, Mono-ehronntie Board, Bonnet Board, Crayons end Blendera Alavftlkrfelottf v..-., -v.,-,. Juvenile Books, r :. A choice lot ot Perfumed Soaps, 5baving Creaia, Hair-Oil, Cologne. Extracts tor the Toilet. Hand- lral,:nr. nil.. i - . ........ ' Perntmerw. .'.'.!''', Gilt Monldinj, Window and Walt Paper-.: : cemis Sentimental andFtnef Volentinei; All orders in our line will be nromiitlv mHen6A to, and we hope, bv strict attention tobuainewto receive a liherapshars or the Public f atrouaga. e0.1,18S. ' . ' s ' f ' HOWARD ASSOCIATION, ' -Important Announcement! ! ," '10 ail persons afflicted with Sesunl diseases Laucb ss Semtnrl Weaknesa, Impotence, GoiinorhoJa, Gleet, Src, .' , The; Howard Assncistion or Philadelphia, in view or the awful destruction of hurnsa life , and he'olili, rAflkeil titt RhvhaI tlicwMUMa an t 1 1.& which are practiced upon the unfortunate vie lims of such disessts by quacks, have directed! their Consulting Surgeon, as-tr charitable eel w orthy of their name, to give niedical advice IrMi?, to all pesjons thus afflicted (Male or Foniale,) wh apply by letter, with adeaciip- iioii oi incircoimiuon, (sge, occupation, lis ti lls of life, 4i..) and in ot.es of esteme no. erty snd sullermg to furnish lutdiciue free of chsrve. - : .-. ;- -. -' ; ,- 4 I h Howard Associslion ir a benevolent institution, established byspecial eudownwnt, - or ine renei oi tne sits snu distressed, ar Bicied with "Viiulent aud Epidemic Dmess. es,'.' and its runps can he used for no other Iiurpm. It has uow a. Iinplus Ol' means, which Hit Directors liavn vnlil tn .U.i... Hie show notice. It ia needless lo add that the Association commands the highest Mrdi. cat skill of Ihe age, and will furnish the most sppruvau modirnirtalmeiit, Vsluable advice l0 given to si tit Snd nervous female, af.' nicuu wiin: nuconiiia.vveuknesg. Womb. Complaint, Coiitveness, Ltucorrhcea, Ve. .- Address (poal paid,) pt. Gkoset K. Csuiovn, Consnliiiig .Surgeon, Howard Asocint ion. No, K.,l,tl. N,.,ll. Kl.af fl.il. l.,l.i.. Da .- EZRA D. H KARTWKLL, Pres't, -Gsoacit Paiaciuui, Seeietary" " .July 12, 18o&..., , . ,;ynil2.'; HEtMBOtD'S OiwrJljE, PKEPEBATIOlil. - kslmbold's Bionwr mcaiiraATaa CIIJIPOUJUI FLl'lfl UTB4LT iUtUO, Pur diseases of the bladder sad kidnevs. slaw cret disoases, sii iciures, weakness and all dia female, fruiu whatever cause the) may liar oriir inated.sud no matter of how lougstandinir. if you have contracted the tern hi -diaeato whichivrbea once sealed in the svsteni. will surely'ffo down from one genera lion to another, uudurniiLiigthe coustitutioa and sapping the vtn- tihm ituiua ut me, uu not (rust youraeir to the bands of quacks, who start up every day in a city like tbM, and till the paper with glaring falsehoods, two well calculated Indwell,, tha young, snd those not acquainted with theirtrick. loucaunotoewcqruiuiin tha flection of a ren cdy in these case.' ' ".'' . - . .- The Fluid Extract Bnehu hits been prooouaced ' by eminent physiotans the greatest remedy ever known. ' It is a medieine perfectly pleasant in its taste, and very innocent, in its action, and yet an thorough that it annihilates every particle ef the rank and poiwromiavirns of thisdreadful die. ease : aud unlike other remedies does wot dry up the disuaM! in the blood. , Constitutional debility, brought on by self, abuse s most terrible disease, which has brought thousandsof the human race to untimely graves, ' thus blasting the brilliant hopes of parent., and blighting tn .be bud the glorious ambition ol many a noble youth, can be enred by this Infalli ble remedy; And aa a medicine which mast benefit every body, from ,the eimplr delicate to the confined and dcsiriiigioralid, no equal la to be found aetlne- aa a aurm mil ,AMn; - - - - rt - . , j . i.4,ii - Ileinbold'S lliirbl Conecnlrafcst - Compound Fluid Extract Harmporiita, , For purifying the blood, removing all diseaaea arising irom excesaoi nereury, expusure and im -prudence iu life, eLronic constitutional disM. . arising irom an impure state oi tne blood, and tha only reliable and known remedy known for the cure of scrofula, salt rhentn, scald bead, ulcere tionsof the throat and legs, pains and awellinga of the bones, tetter, pimples on the faee, and all scaly erupt ions of the skin. Thisartiole is now prescribed by aosne of the most distinguished physieiana in the country, and has approved more efficient lo practice than anv prepe ration of Sarsaparilla yet offered to the public. Several e swondary aypuillia, mercnrlal and scrofulous diseases have entirely recovered In the incurable wards of our, pubtie institutions which had for many years resisted every mode of treatment that could he devised. These cases rurnisb striking examples of the sal. utary eflects of shia medieine io arresting tome oi tne mosrinveieraie aisesses alter tne glanda were destroyed, and the bone already affected, ' Notice Letters from responsible physfoiana and nenfAunM of af.TAMl MaHIaaI O.nWartm . certificates of enres from patients will be fouadi aoompanyinpbolh preperations. ." ; - Prices. Eluid Extract ofBuchu, ft ft bottl orsixJKittlesfbrtlV. " , t Fluid KxtractSaraaparilla, 1 per bottle orsijt bottlssfor !.' - ' - ' ' . Prepared and eold by H. T. BEIJIBOLD, Chemist, 80$ Cheanui street, near the GirardJ Uouse, Philadelphia. ' . J To be had of J. P. Brookios ft Son, Eaton, O. -and of Druggists and dealers erer) where. v.j . All letters directed to the Proprietor or AircB will receive immediate attention, ' ' f . ' - Jiily8th1g8r . -.':; -j-" '- " 08AOX OKAHOX ' - -"'"""PS NCI N OTl . rTiflE niidersighed is engaged in the plsntinf j. sno resnngoi Hieussge uranse.snd is no a tirwuM iumrv vfiaaejiutrrif jui iu (u lining (inMUti and iiMinff. at iiiir. n.rBaaJr.i ia mala atMeauMa.l. t ' nnei at fair nr it. m'mr A tv ill 7 J ' T - ' . tan sats rsscs. in four yesrsl All prders aildie.ssed to West Elkton, Preble noonty Ohio, will be promptly snenoeri to. . H. HORNApAT! - Dee.7)8B4, tf. "" '". " . '' ORANGES, Lemons. Nuta, Fruits; o., for sale cheapettht wholesale and retailGroceryof, iyrnaSd. " L v"'., 9-Cannlngham'. '-' . ' -; Salt I Salitt SaltV T - T" ' JUST receiving large lot of Silt 'Whic'h I .will sell, to my old friends; at the lowest rates. Call snd purchase. - ' V 4 .V. v . R. 8. CUNNINGHAM. wholesaleand retailGroceryof mat. ' " ' B.S.CPKOTItGefttl.