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The Absent.
Of U -the oxeroissa ui" the an fettered
miiul, pcThaps none is attended with a
wore benign in'naenee than that of in
d lilting iu kind remembrance of the ab
sent. Jtrery loving vrord which ft 11 from
the lips of the absent is treasured with
tenderness. Each kind act is recollect
ed with affection. We look forward to
meeting with unbounded happiness.
Have we parted in anger ? Time sof
tens us into indifference At length iuto
Huiet ackpow;lcdgcment of past friend
ship. - Have wo parted in silence or es
trangement ? This, too, wears away,
and we meet again to forget the past in
future communions. Have we parted
iu grief? The sorrow is mutually borne,
hu.l tenderly eoustgnod to the corner of
our hearts demotion to the absent soarcr.
Have tvo parted iu lov -sXo-jey no
meat to1 Its' ffs the remembrance of it
none it n so delightful or sacred as the
reunion. Have we leen parted by
death? AU ! the affeetiou that travels
w ith the flown spirit to its home in the
reulu.F of irtsht. The changed but ever
inc. asing sadness o" the love that b; u ul
us on earth, is no . free from its alloy,
while tfce uurettoreJ I eplrits htvr nearer,
to watch over us and bear the Incense
of truthful and-purified affection oft the
rinsrsof enduring love.
Abrent from
the sight to the spirit aver- near no
Klmdo ot'iearth miuleiin the holy offitfel
of a ministei in'.? angel, whose sweet in
fiuenee is like the gentle dew upon the
fragrant flower, which exhales a perfume
unseen but cyec grateful to the percep
tions of the unborn spirit.
You Can't "Yank" a Sucker.
In the western country, what one
buys costs at least a dime or a half
dime; nickle, pennies or copper cents
lire just about as scarce ns ."Just men
made perfect," in a political conversa
tion. NVell, not long ago a "down-east-er''
tried to pass ten coppers upon a
"Sucker," a native cf Illinois, for a
dime.,, w ' 1 V!V x
"IVhat be they ?" inquired tlie Suck
er,. In unfeigned ignorance.
"I calculate they are cents," replied
the Northerner, "oalt't you read?"
'I reckon not," said the other, "and
what's more old boss. I allow I don't
tv a lit to-. What is cents, mister?"
'I vow to the judges," said the North
erner, l;you are worse than the heathen !
Cents is money, sartin ! Ten of. them
are worth one dime. Can't you sec? it
s iys S. 'Piurihus Unim' that's the La
tin for 'Hail Columbia' and here it's
inscribed 'one cent.' "
"Look here,'' responded the sucker,
putting the thumb of hia hand into his
ctr, and im lining his fingers forward,
"you may run a saw on a Hoosier or a
Woolverine, but I'm blaniod if you can
Yankee mc with that cootusivc stuff?"
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Not to be Found.
A man who would holi an umbrella
properly over a lady's bonnet, or put on
her cloak or shawl without crushing her
hair, or .be good natured when he was
sick, orhaa du his'c'hin when shaving,
or had to wait ten minutes for his break
fast, or who was ever "refused'' by a la
dy. A married man who could give the
right hand of fellowship to a wife's old
lover take a hint from the toe of her
flipper, under flie table, before compa
ny. . A school teacher whose interest in
his pupil was not graduated .by the
standing of their parents or the length
ot their purse.
A business man however great his
hurry who would not stop to watch fsm
inine ankles climbing in and out of oui
nibosscs. A washerwoman who ever lost an ar
ticle of clothing. i .
A husband's relative who could spr ak
well of his wife.
A doctor who had not more patient
han he could attend to.
A bachelor whose carpet did not wear.
out first in front of the looking glass.
A milliner who could be bribed to
make a bonnet to cover the head.
Common Property.
The following anecdote is told of Ma-!
t hows, the actor :
The great comedian sat opposite to a
gentleman on one occasion, at dinner,
who, after using his tooth pick, laid it
the side of his plate; on seeing which,
his next neighbor took it up aud did
the same., Mathews was horrified, and
said quietly': .
'I beg pardon, but do you know you
are using that gentleman's tooth pick?"
"Oh, yes," was the reply; and in a
few minutes repeated the same trick.
Mathews was1 now unable to contain
himself, and shouted at the tip of his
voice:
"Sir, do you know you are using that
gentleman's- tooth pfek ?f:
'Well, sir, suppose I am; I mean to
give it back to him," was the reply of
the offon led citizen'.
njsjjT Have the courage to aeknowl
erlge jour iige to' a day, and to cptnparc
it with tlit- avefsige life of man. Have
the courage to make a will, and what is
inor, a just one. Have the courage to
apeak jour mind tvhen it is necessary
you should do bo, ami ta hold- your
tongue when it is better that you should
be silent. Have the courage to set down
every penny you spend, and-add them
up weekly. Have the courage to thrust
your legs down beneath the sheets in
cold weather, and to shave every day
before breakfast.
Frcit Pcddino. Make a crust same
art for buiscuit and roll it out, and spread
it thick on the upper side with any kind
of fruit you like cherrries, piumbs, or
noj dried fruit. Roll it up tight, put
it ill a cloth and boil it an hour and
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half, nnd vou .will hava a delicious rmar
d.BrT.
Bpa,. An Irish painter announced in
am Irish journal, that, among other por
traits, he had a representation of "Ienth
as large a life.' VTTo,
Interesting to Pork Eaters.
Vt- Dixeny the may editorof the Setd
pe, dissects the dietic qualities of a por
ker as readily as he slashes into the anat
omy of diseased humanity. Either the
doctor 13 right, or Moses of old i wrong.
"The wisdom of the jewish law which
prohibits the use of pork wili soqn be ac
knowledged by all rational beings.
That swine are afflicted with scrofula and
tubercles, we have repeatedly shown, and
every killer of hogs knows it ; the indi
gestibility of the flesh ia acknowledged,
and if people were enlightened, the hog
would only be raised for his fat alone.
This is available in all cases iustead of
whale and other fish oils a few ex
cepted of the finer kinds for eating.
Mutton and beef, if our farmers ever
become enlightened, may profitably take
the plat e of the hog, and would add great
ly to the health and dignity of the far
mer s household. Hog husbandry is
debasing. The influence of pork-eating
on the farmer is degrading. Good
husbandry would furnish other fats for
the farmer, to say nothing of butter,
which the present catalogue of grasses,
cereals, and enlightened irrigation, fur
nish in abundance. If and we ein.nlir.i
ically aver it a correct criterion the ma
terial and getting up of the family meal
classificsjth oecupint of the household
among rational and intellectual beings.
then we say that those on whose table
pork is most Treqiiently found are the
least intelligent and most irroveHin;; iu
their views.
We know distinctly, the full bearings
fo what .v ttc.c,4n.dj precisely now- it
will be received, nor do .we care a far
thing for the anathemas that will be hurl
ed at ns for the assertion. What mo
tive remains for his elevation, if human
being is. taught to look no higher than
to such a repast for the nourishment of
the body, and to the nearest priest for
the welfare of his soul ? Observe the
farmer, such as we have often seen- him
at the family meal ay, as you may now
find him all over our country, with his
salt hog, potatoes and sour rye bread,
and his miserable husbandry, and a
thousand excuses for not raising sheep;
protecting and feeding bis cattle, aud
chanjiing and cultivating bis fowls and
seed
aud attendinor carefully to a good
vegetable garden. You need but small
search for his pig-pen his fowl bam yard,
his vfhigkey bottle and his tobacco-box,
or his nauseous pipe. He will largely
defend his favorite luxuries ; the hog is
hisgrand excniplarof maimers aud phys
iologies, his omnivcrous animal labrato
ry that converts the products of his farm
into the great stnplc pork. Poor Sir
Walter Raleigh ! we have often shed a
tear for your sad fate : but our wicked
faBcy has often pictured yc making an
offering to the devil of a hog stuffed with
toliaCCO. Hie devils, we think, selected
a very appropriate lodgement when they
besought the baviour to send them unto
the hogs 5 it is a great pity that the en
tire family of swine were not comprised
by that sam: two thousand."
Washino Calicoes. The following
method of washing dresses or printed
muslins, so as to preserve the colors is
recommended by competent authority.
The dress should be washed in lather,
and not in the usual way, by applying
the soap direct upon the muslin. Make
a lathur by boiling some toap and wa
ter together'; ahaiet'it stand until it' is
sufficiently cool for uso. Previously to
putting the dress into it, throwing in a
handful at salt. Uiose the dress with
out wringing it, in clear, cold water, in
to which a little salt has been thrown.
Remove it and rinse it again in a fresh
supply of clear, cold water and salt.
Then wring the dress in a cloth and
hang it to dry immediately, spreading
it out as open as possible, so as to pre
vent any part lying over another.
Should there be any white in the pat
tern, mix a little blue in the water.
Cold Bedrooms. A person accus
tomed to undress in a room without a
fire and to seek repose in a cold bed,
will not experience the least inconven
ience, even in the severest weather.
The natural heat of his body will very
speedily render him even more comfort
ably warm than the individual who
sleeps in a heated apartment, and in a
bed thus artificially warmed, and who
will be extremely liable to a sensation
of chilliness as soon as the artificial heat
is dissipated. But this is not all the
constitution of the former will be rcn-
rfi1 ninrp rnhnst an) f:ir 1os;si snpon-
tible to the influence of atmospherical
vicisitudes than that of the latter.-
Journal of Health.
Washing Yindovs. The nicest ar
ticle for washing windows is deer skin,
as no particles come off to adhere to the
glass and make it look like as if washed
with feathers. There is no need of any
thing larger than a hand basin for wash
ing windows. The great splash some
people make in the exercise of their art
is useless, and is moreover, deleterious
Wlii-m fliA rtr i nornilt'tptl tn run cliiwn
I in large quantities over the glass it dis
solves the putty, and soon loosens the
panes from their Betting, and also stains
the glass. Two pieces of wash leather,
ant! a bowl of suds arc all that arc nec
essary. Wipe the glass first with a. wet
cii4h or leather, and after it has become
dry, with the dry cloth, and it will look
far more clear thaii if rinsed in a dozen
putls of water.
Baked Corn Meal Pudding. To
seven heaping table spoousful Indian
meal add one quart boiling milk, one
cup molasses, a little salt and butter.
Stir all well together, and just as it goes
into the hot oven, put in a cupful of
cold water or milk. Bake three quar
ters of an hour.
Silk Dresses The following reeipe
for making old silk look as good as new,
is from a recent publication : "Unpick
the dress, put it into a tub, and cover it
with cold water; let it remain an hour;
tin If ,,n n r. i ilnn- r. lint- .1,, tinf n-iin
af, - , , . .
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damp, and it will look beautiful.
,fThe effect of character is always
to command consideration. We sport,
and toy, and laugh, with men, or women
who Jiave none: but wo never confide in
them.
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From Albert J. Richardson's
Advertising and Correspondence Office
80'HRO'AlHrAY??ftW YORK.
A IVEW A AO liUPOBTi XT
UISt OVEItl I THE M Ii:t'L
OF MEDICINE.
PATEN TOFFICR SEAL OF GREAT-iUUT-Al
MPLOMtde I-.COLK de U All STAC IF
HARMACIEN de PAULS, mid IM1KKIAL
COI.EGE of MEDIOIXB. VIKNXA. Sold
wholesale in 4 retail br 1. H. A . 15a i;rov . Mem
ber .f theltnp.'l College of Vienna , and Royal
College ou Surgjdns. of London, wbo may be
perpetually cou suited at his-residcuc o. 1.07 Priucq
street, few blocks west of Broadway. X. 1 ..
from 11 A. M. until 2 I' Si., and from i until 8
P. M., (Sundays excepted, unless by, appoint
ment.) Tilcseinrr No. 1, 1 .
Is a remedy for Relaxation. Spermatorrhoea
and all the distressing consequences nrisi
from early abuse, indiscriminate excess, t"
long residence in hot ctin.atcs. It has restor
bodily nntt sexual strength nod rinor to thous
ands wbo are now In the onioi incnt of helth
and the fctnotions f marnhoWj and- whatever
may be the cause or tHsqnaliricatinns for mar
riage, they are effectually subdued.
Tricsemar Ko. 9, : '
CompJetelj- and entirely eradiftnrilj Jm of.
Gonurbua. bot'.i In its mild' wVkJ Aggravated
fornix. Ulffots, Strictures, Irritations of the
Bladder, Xnnretcution of Urino, Pain's of the
Loins and Kidneys, and those disorders for
which Copaivi and Cubeb have so long been
thought an antidote,
Tricscmar o 3,
Is the great 'Continental Remedy for Syphilis
and Secondary Bymjitonift. It also eoViatltufes a
cottaia cure fort5urvtiJSerol'nIii , and all Cu
taneo.is Eruption,-teiiiui '"R ajid ojctTu-g in
its course all impurities from the viral stream,
so as altogether ioeradieate the vii us of disease,
and e.ji it by insensible perspirations througli
tne media a of tlyxnoies ul'thtsjiin and urine.
Itisa never-failing rethedyrortb.it class of
disorders which English plnsiciniu? treat with
Mercury, to the inevitable destmetfoii of the pa
tient's constitution, and which all the Sarsar
arilla in tlte.woiid clnuot remove.
TrtlESEMAB.SOil, and 3,ar prcpr red in
the fawn r a 'ozenge, devoid of taste orsmell
and can be cairted in the waistcoat pocket
Jold in tin rases, and divided in separate doses
as administered by Vulpeau. LalU-muu. ltoox.
Bicora .etc. Price $3 each, or Tour co ses tn one
for $!, irtiich saves $S, and in f2T cases, wherc
hv there is a saying 0. $:.
"None arc genuine unless the Engravings of the
Seals of the Patent OHioc of England, the Seals
of the Kcole de' Pharmacie de Paris, and the
Imperial College of Vienna, are affixed upon
each -wrapper, and nrotiiid each Case. Immita
tionsare liable to the severest penalties of tbe
law. ; ' '
Sieeial arrargenienfs enable lir. Harrow to
forward immediately. on receiving a remittance
the $3 and larjrcr size eases of Triesemar r bee
of carriage, to fttiy part of the world, sccarelv
Incked .inn proporiy attnrrca, 1 In injmriiip
rxenuine European proparations and protoctinp
the public fiom spurious and pernicious iiuita
tious. Attcndince nnd Consult.! tirm fren 11 A M
until 2 P. M., nnd from 4 until 8 in the evening.
157 Prti.ci! street, a few blocks west of Uroad
rar. New York.
Slnv 7-It
COME AND SEE.
j. CHAMBERS'
Lane asaHincnt of ClocWWutcliL-s, Jr!ry,
Dutch, French, aud Swiss Watches, will bu
tounu tue
CAS JL,K'EK.
Those walcbesr
are m,
h mn
lade 'otit nnd ont' in Attic-
rica. and caeK
tch is accomiMiuied with a
lurantcefi-oni fhcibvnulactiiriM. Wc have sold
a namber :n both turn and
countv, nnd none ns;i class
have proved so nearly er
fect. AnTMipionr KTshft l)v,
XmxiefS four apd Alarni
mav bo found the 'Fremont
and Davton," ,fee Wag,"
Washington," and various
other styles ol' Pearl Tu!aid
Rosewood and Mahogany
cases.
t'ameo. Gold Stone, mosaic, cornelian, moum-
iii, Ie.rl, emerald. aniot. turkoise, jet and
'gold, con
ral.
jet, bone aud hair wristlets, gold
reus and silver holders, guard.
fob and vest chains, shirt studs,
ladies gold neck chains, tooth
nicks, iruai-tl hooks, croitl, silver ana woodci.
pencils: ladies and gcufs shawl pins, willow
and leather work baskets, fancy glass and wood
boxes, toy watches, gold aud jet crrsscs.
K.1ZOKS,
Toy knives and forks, em bers, cologne, hair oil,
ess'ences, extracts, curtain bands and knobs,
readv. rcB'cresco tiles, bankes wallets, money
belts", razor strops, salt spooncs. sugar t.ings,
casters, buttou hole scissors, tweers, lamp
POCKET BOOKS.
scissors, steel pens. speeK cases, loom . nai. natr
aud nail brushes. comn.nn pins, pocket books, and
POltTE MOSKA1ES.
Shavinjr boxes sor.p, strops, compasses,
chains, kevs, tovs. hulls.
TIlEUMOo'IET'EilS.
w a tcli
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C 111, HA VASES,
SEtf
cles.jrnprjrles, puzlinfr rings, envelopes. foolcTj
antic nmierciiil note paper, pttzxliiicf tntpJpnn
jrnns, hsninpr rtuls. reels, lines, hoMCA, cantlle-
sticks. snutlV-rs, tapers, li.iir bru-les. ockeK pntf
side neck, fine and tuck combs, .shirt button
waiters, seals einne Dariowes, norsc, ncams
SPOONS.
Butter knives, bri ttania lamps,
sealiiiir war.cnab links, U
aiiio.irhiiirr irons, fun crttis. eornl nniher
i n-lej mtin KiKrlr .t.H tvnv hoarlj lit.
inriian rubber ratt'os: Match b xes,india rubber
dolls nnd doll heads, ciffar cafces, tobacco anil
snuff boxes, sun glasses, crochet! needles, pock
et yard sticks, spaviujr needles, dutch pipe?
small faneysceutud baskets, slate pencils, term
cottn and
St MUSIC 1
surasT MUSIC,
(-:,,;.,. 1 . , 1 . r , . . . . ,. ...... 1.,.,.
-m'-r--' llutitias. triisic boxes, tambou
rines, clarionettes, flutes, fifes, flageolets, pic
cnloes. Drench and jcw.s harps, tuning forks,
preceptor.s, strings and nuts, ('.lock and Watch
materials of all kinds constant yon hand,
VcprctabiC ivory needle cases, thimbles, bells,
whistle pin-ongbions, ratt'es anil tac measures.
III It I ( ICES
antt nesrs, wnue-wa onus, cijrar ttoiu
ers, lilly white servtnj birds, toilet pin
rolls, ivory foot rules, Brits nia soup 'a-
dles, fja ther dusters, benri plaiter. Buffalo and
India rubber hair pins, uill tooth-picks, irory
tablets, bttfrle beads, jumping ropes, clarionet
reeds, steels, etc.
J. CHAMBERS.
Eaton, Feb. S, 1S.-.7. lr
ITIEatKlDITII
.Tluia Street, Eaton. Opposite the
.atioii:t I Hotel.''
Jan. 22 -lv.
T-.BACCO of all kind rniilinnd , and isoft'ered
Js to the lovai s af th c Weed at our usual low
rates. BASICS A ItLOOMFIKIJ)
BASkF.TS. Buckets. Tubs ('burns nnd otbe
articles of Cedarand Willoiv-Warciiov
sale althe'Jroeeryof
l .i !t. . CL NMXC.HAN
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It BTEDTCAL REVOLTTTTOW?
THE ATOLD vNAmnov
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HOLLQWAY'S OINTMENT
THE GBEAT COUNTER IRRITANT
The virtue of disease ofleu makes its way t,o
iho internal organs through tbe ;orea of "the
skin. This penctrutiug Ointment, inelliug un
der the hand as it is rubbed in. is absorbed thro'
the same channels, arid, "reaching the scat of in
Hanistini . promply and invariably subdues it,
whether located in the kidneys, "the liver, the
lungs, or any other important organ. It pene
trates the surface to the interior, th roup-h the
countless tubes that communicate with the akin
as summer rain na sses into the fovered earth.
diffusuijr itscool and regenerating influence.'
Skin Diseases and Glandular Swellings.
Every species of exterior irritation ia quickly
reduced by the anti-inflammatory actiotitu ibis
ilintmcnt- , Angra EavPTitiNs, stvcb r.s Slt
Rnr.cM. Envsiricts, TTEa Rlich ubm, rc.u.f
Hv-r, Xkttlk Kami, Scabiks (01 Itch) .Vc., die
out. to return no more, tinder itsappliealion.
Hospital cxjicrience in all parts of' tfc World
proveslts infallibility in diseases of the skin,
the muscles, the joints and the glands.
ULCERS, SORES AHE TUMORS.
The effect of thfs itfirivaleu1 external remedy
upon Scrofubv and other virulent ulcers, and
Sj ireA- i 11 lDrliiraculous. It i IT' ''l Mllll'T"
.Hie paidOti w IQ h prod uc e s suppura 1 1 on a n d proud
flesh, and thu the owes which its healing prop
erties afterward complete-are safe as well as
permanent.
Wounds, Bruises, Burns and Scalds.
' In eases of the fracture of bones, injuries caus
ed hy steam explosions, Buutsjaa, Buaxs, Sc.vt.nc.
Rhkcmatisi:. StiVfnkss of tiik Joints, and c. n
ttaetion of the sinews, it ia employed and warm
IjEreconsinvndod by the faculty. This marvelpus
remedy has been, introduced by Us-inventor iu
person iuto all the leading Hospitals of Europe,
aud uu private houdehold should b-wiUioutit.
UNDENIABLE TESTIMOKY.
The Medical Stafl of the Frene h and Emrlish
Armies in tlie Crimea have officially signed their
approval of Hollawayrs Ointment, as the inost
reliable dressing for sabre cuts, slabs, aud gu
shot wounds. It is also used by U10 surgeous 01
the Allied Navies.
Both the Ointment and the Pil.'s should be
ued In the following earn- :
Bunions, Mercurial Eruptions. Swelled Glands.
Hums, 1'iles. aore l.ces
Stiff Joints
(Knapped Hands,
RlieuniiitiMn, Pore Itreasts,
Sprains, inter, C"if bluing Kinjwnrm, Ulcers
FisfuT.i, S.tlt Kin ii in. Sore Tliroa Is, (.out.
Venereal Sores, Scalds, Sores of nil kinds,
Wounds of 11 kinds, Lumbapo, Skin PUeasc1,
So'd rt the Manufactories of Professor
IToli.otva y, sin Maiden T-tinc, Xcw York, nnd 244
Sf rn nd, London, by n H resj-rctble Irnp-jists
and Dealers in Medicine thronpltout tbe I nited
States and the civilised world, in pots, at 25
rents, rt'jt' cents, and $1 each.
gy"lberc is a voMBltunLIe saving bv taking
thr larger si-cs-
H. TMrections for the prtndance of patients
iu every disorder are affixed to each Jt.
January 15. ISS'J.
C AIU'KT.STiiHI-:
NEW CARPET,
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IIOESE FEISAISIIIIVCS GOODS.
Opirosite the Court lions.-. Main St.,
DA YTOX, onto.
i "17 AN A-USOAL, UIXON, 4 CO.. h.ive re
I T etiveil'the largest ami finest stock of
Ctupat i.ud Paper Hangings,
ever Uionlit to Ihe Western maVket, anil nre
prepareil to s"bppty th iurrounilini couuiry l
prices ns lowas can bepurcbase any wlierr tliis
sule; of New Vork. Their Carpels have been
purchase! DIRECT from Ihe Ai ANL'F.-t CTU
RERS. and consist of a general vaiiety of
Rich English Velvet Carpels, English Brutseil
Erieliah Tanesty, Tapeslry Ingrain,
All kinds of Siair Curpels, Three
Ply, Superfine, Ihprain,
Med'm qua), do. All
Woul Vcni'ian,
Hemp, Clotton t Rag Carpels,
Also, Druggets, Riif:s,Doot Mats.S'ai: ftods,&.c.
Tbeit slock ol Paper Hangings, ordered direct
Irorri various
French, English & American Factories,
Compose every variety of
GOLD VELVET, SATIN
AND COMMON i APERS,
GOLD VELVET AND COMMON
BORDERS, ORNAMENTAL,
FIGURES, TEASTERS C ENTRES,
FINE BOARD PRINTS,
PLAIN, BLL'E. BUFF AND
DRAB WINDOW PAPERS,
FANCY, do do
They
have also recriyel a large assortment of
DECORATIVE PAPERS,
In Gill, Frescn, Maible Slid Odtti snilalile for
Halls, Parlor.--, D'niine-Rooms, Churches and
Oflices; w hich for beau ly of style cannot be
surpa sei.
also
Winilow-pnper in great variety,
Fhnr Oil Cloths from one In eight yards wide,
Window Curtains of all kinds,
Transparent Window Shades,
Buff, Blue, While, Drab and Green Window
Hollands,
Vemtian Biiuds, all sixes,
Table Oil C'.oihs of all widths. StC. St.
April 22. 1857. If
COSTAR S Hat, Hoac't, &c , Exterminator,
Put opin -ioe-, Sfte , 6-"c ., and ?1 ISt.xis.
CO STAR S Bed Bug Exterr.iina'or.
Pot tip-in ac . ot c, 7."c., aud 1 Uottles.
COSTAB'S Electric Powder, for Ants,
lusccts. Ac., Put up 2oc, and 00c. lloxus.
I'nncipal Pepot, -o. i.- lroauway, . ew
York, and sold by Drugjfists and Dealers everv-
Untied Slates, C.uuu.ir, N est Iu.
! dies and Soitlh Anieriea
jr- Full parti
ulitrs bv Mail .
An?. 27-1 ni
UNITED
STATES UOTUU,
SOUTU-WEST CORNGK OF
SIXTH AND WALNUT STREETS.
CIXCIX.VATI, OHIO.
W. ARNOLD & Co . Proprietors.
! ,1. K. DKtHtOOT.
! TOIIN M. FOSS.
Assistants.
NEW ARRIVAL.
THE subscriber would rcieett'ully inform the
citizens of Raton ana vicinity, that Ik- has jitst
arrived here with a larjre and well assorted
toek of Tailorinjr irood, cousistin of
Cloth, Gissinurcg and Yetting
of the best quality-and most fasbion ible styles,
a hich he will make up to order to suit the most
fastidious; all work being: done in the be-t man
ner. Also, a lull nsstMH'iit of ready r a le
CI -thins;, cheap ami tine enmnrh to suit every
body. Furnishing goods, such as
SHIRTS, COM.A KS, SfSPEXl iKRS & rXDER
GARMENTS, See., iu GBEAT VARIETY;
everything to be sold at unusually low prices.
Call and convince yourself of the great bargains
to be got at AUTEK'.S Old Stand.
c. P.TriCM,
Sept. 2i tf. Successor to A. V. Auter.
SUGARS. We have now on hand foi disposa
-as tine a variety of Sugars as can Je had
any whre, a nd wi 11 sol 1 as many pou'..ds to the
dollar-
BAKERY. Wc have in operation a Bakery:
and having in our empioynneol Ihe best
bikers in the west, we wi 11 at all times keep a
good sttpplvo' Fresh Bread . Cracker si nd Cakes.
rarnilieSsnnpliedon reasonable terms.
LAX1U8A HLOOMFIEI.f).
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WESTE31N HEMISPHERE,
' is.-, itn.f s .
rltt.Ml rliUJl LIH.,U 1LUULUS.
MURRAY AND LANfflANS
This rate perfume and cosmetic is prepar
ed from TttoriCAi. flowers of surpassing fra
grance, without any admixture of coarse es
sential oils, which form the staple of many
"Essences" and 'Extracts for the Toilet."
gr Aroma is as inexhauslabie as that of the
'Farina Cologne," and as fresh and delicate
as the breath of living blossoms. v
Vhnt are its Antecedents 1
iFor twentp years it has maintained its ascen
dency over all other perfumes throughout
Cuba, South America and 1 he West Indies.
It has been introduced into the Unileo Slates,
in response to the earnest demand growing out
of its southern reputation A cure for
BEAR ACHE ANB EAIHTNE8S
As an odor tor the handkerchief, it is as
delicinus as the "Otto of Roses." It lends
freshness and transparency to the complexion;
and retnovts headache and faitness.
Beware of imitationa. Look for the name
of MURRAY & LA NM AN on II, Rttl.
M'rapper and Ornamented Labet. Sold by D
T. LANJiAN & Co., wholesale druggists No.
C9 Water Street, New York, and by all drug
gistayal.ffi) cienla per bottle.
Mothers, Save Your Cliildren.
KEMP'S VEGETABLE WORM PASTILLES.
They ate infallible for the cure of
IM'EBNAL WOKIfIS!
The peculiar properties which belong to
"Kemp's Lozenges," haie never before ben
combined in any preparation. They ate at
tractive to the eye, as a
Sweatmeat of Delicious Flavor,
rapid, yet harmless in their operaliou, com
posed solely of
VEGETARLE M TF.RIAL,
and require no Mercury lo be taken before or
after them. They do their work more lho
roughly than any of the nauseous Vetmifuges
of ihe day.
THE PRIMARY CAUSE OF DEATH
is considered by the most distinguish) Phy-
i i o ... . . i i.
...k in...-, fcv i. ...'i.ii.i nniifiig liiiiiiicii. ll 13
scarcely necessary, therefore, to put niolhejs
on tneir guaid against Ihis insidious coiiiilaini
or to rccinrimenil thein to take pruinpl steps to
remove ii bv ihe use of the only true remedy,
KEM'PS PASTILLES, presented in sjch a
palatable form, that children take them engerlv
without coaxing. Sold by D. T. LANMAN
& CO., 69 Water Street, New York, and by
all druggists, at 25 cents per bottle.
For sa'lebv BKUtlKINS & SON .
April 3, 1817 ly.
OSAGE OSANGE
FENCING!
fPHE undersighed is engaged in Ihe plantinc
-L and reariiigol IheOsage Orange, -i ud is now
prepared to ma ke e.igaremenls foi furnishing
spnuts and setting, or sellin and maturing!
ences aljair prices, ai'd M .varranta
FIRST KATE wrtr
:r,,tll Ar,i,r, , , ,
m rour years All orders ddiessed West
Klktoii, Preble county n, will be p 'nptly
attended to. N. HOKNAL -Y.
Dec. 71331. tf.
Gaton Drcssinc Room .
Ma i,..t r,.t.M ,... ,(t;v.o- ,wr.. .
WVDIUIbA UU1 bS,
ATOW holds liimsel f iu readiness forR.nrbr-
1' ing, Hair Dressing, Shampooing nndevery
hing that belongs to his line of business. No
a ins will be spared to please till, and he in
tsall to call and try for themselves.
J. AMI 5s A M) B;f.; Hi t I I I).
Wholesale nnd Itctail Grocers,
MUX STKEET. KATOX , O. ,
VTtK now iu rceetpl oT. and v ill ennt innt to
receive la:-ee supplies of choiee Family
firoccrics, nrliicn thev offer lo their liberal pat
runs ou terms lull v a (lcqna If to meet the vrant.
of t hose trvine-tinies Sept. !1.1S5tl.
. Gir.MOtl F..
W. J. &.
J. A. GILMOItE
J. A. GIUKIIti:.
Attorneys and Counsellors at La
;"Otticeon linron Street, 3 doors south
Register Printing odiee. Eaton . 0.?-J anp 2.
Salt! Sail! Salt!
UST receiving 9 larpp lot ol Salt whict
will sell to my old irier.ds at the lowe
atres. Calland purchase.
R. S. CUNNINGHAM.
Wanted,
500,000
IielsFlax Seed for whirl,
icltest market price will
be siven bv
F - 11 Jnlv 26
WINTERS & SHAFNER,
PROPRIBTORS.
Baron Street, between Main and Somers.
FAIRB ANK'S
( EI.RBKATEII
SCALES,
Xo. 7 FRONT street, Cincinntti
J SI A KI'.IC iV A liltEKV
Agents.
FAIRBANKS & C..., Agents,
LU9 Broadway, New York.
July 11
It. S. niLLGK & CO.,
MARBLE DEALERS.
Corner of .Main At Baron streets, W est of tbe
C urt House. Eaton, 0.,
Keep con Ian ly 011 hand all kinds of Ameri
can and It. is, 1 AlARBLK. Terms reasonable,
andsatisfa. io given in all cases.
Januarys. IS"7 tf.
I)
VE STUFFS Madder. Indigo, Logwood,
Ac., kept coustanl on ha 11 da 11 tl for sale
I.AXIUS A ni.OOMFIEI.il.
U Oil,
which wi 1 1 be sold at the lowestratcs,
LAX I US & BLOOMFIEI.E.
-c call the speciit lattcntion of those
b
ho ore fond of good Tea to nttr supply . We
ilo not hesitate to recommend them
LANJUS A BECOMFIEI.D.
,1 GLASSES, all kinds and the most superior
iVl uualitv.now in store and offered to the
public at the Grocerv Store of
I ft ST tiTia t. t
I.AXIUS A BLOOM FIELD.
for talc by I.AXIUS AND 11I.OOMFIELP
" 'JB2l -iBSKSSr, IM fl 0".-
J . P . BBOOKIINS & SUPS.
1855.
WINTERS. Pttrnn StlAFNKIt-
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, Iiiipoi liuil AuuouurruK ill! !
TO all persons afflicted w ithSexu a 1 d iseases,
X fuch as Seminrl W'ealiuess, Impotence,
Gounorhcea, Gleet, 5r c, tfc. Tbe Howard
Association of Philadelphia, in view of. tlie
awful destruction oT human life ant) Health
caused by Sexual diseases, ani theotoeptioni
which are practiced upon the unfoitunate vic
tims ofsi'ch diseases. by quacks, have directed
their Cortsulling Surgeon, as a charitable act
worthyiof their name, to give medical advice
gratis, to all persona thus afflicted, (Male 01
Female,) who apply by letter, with a desciip-
ion of their condition, (age, occupation, hab
its of life, &c.,) and in cases of extreme pov
erty and suffering to furnish medicine free o"
charge. . 1
The Howard Association is a benevolent
institution, established byspecial endowment,
for the relief of the sick and distressed, af
flicted with " V11 u len t and Epidemic Diseas
es," and its runps can be used -for no other
purpose. It hna now a surplus ol means,
which the Directors have voted to advertise
the above notice. It is needless to add that
the Association commands the highest Medi
cal skill of the age, and will furnish the most
approvad modern treatment. Valuable advice
also given to sick and nervous females, af
flicted with Abdomna) Weakness, Womb
Complaint, Cosii veuess, Leucorrhcea, Ac.
Address (post paid,) Dr. Gf.orgk R. Calhoi-.n,
Consulting Surgeon, Howard Association, No.
2 South Ninth Street, hiUdelpbia, Pa.
BZR D. ffE STWEtL, res't.
George Fairohild, Secretary.
July 12, 1855. Iyml2.
RUGS, MEDICINES
DYE
Bj -f
J. V. BKKI.S Ot SO.,
Baron St., Eaton, O.,
Wholesale . aad Retail Dealers in American
English, French and German Drugs,
Medicines,
Clicniiculs,
I'aints. Oils,
Itruslies, CSIass,
I'utty. Perfumery,
I .
Patent Medicines Ac.
XT7 E beg leave to call the attention of the
W public toour well selected stock which
wc offer on the most favorable terms. Having
the advantage of many years practical expert
ence in 1 he business, they with confidence,
defy competition, both in regard to qualil)
and prie of their articles.
Particular attention aid to Physicians tiro
srriptious.
Eaton, .1 illy 20, ISoo.
RICHMOND BOOK BINDERY,
Ocer the 7'otst Office.
C . J . T.4 Y L O ii ,
(LATK PUESCOrT.l
Book Binder :mtl Blnnk Kcol;
IUstuutsicturcr.
IS now prepared to do all klutls of Iticdlnai
unsurpassed for slile, clvgaiicr, and durability
tiliaDtjr Records, titanic U'uk of every de ct-ip-tion,
ruled to order. Ncwspaj ci-s.:Musk;, .Mafia-
ziue. I.ii-w ISoks, ,t-c , Ac. uMtnd In the most
approved ni.tr.ner. at tbe lowest possible p'-ices.
lie won!! .ilso inform dealers iu Klank Hook-,
that he is now nnuul-.-.ctui nig iu large tpiatiti
tiesaudiu superior style,
Ulnislc Peeks,
f eycr, descrVion, forthe tra:
lurnisli to wholesale rtoalcrs low
de. which he can
er than nnv oth-
f pr establishtsent in the West. Give mc a call
i anil see for vo-.irselves.
Kichmond. January 3, 1357.
WA CK.1XG I RON W OllksT"
REW IRON MB I.AI1DWARB STORE.
CUKKIKGEKA & LOCKWCOD.
Corner of Main & Cherry St.
EATON. O.
A It K apw receiving-a la rgc assort iveiil- oil roi
Stet-I, Nails, and Hardware, coilsisliir of tin
very bfst brands, liar Iron of all size': Aineri
can". English, and German Steel l'lcvb .Moulds
Swede rods. Slab Steel, uid in short e thine
niau t e way oflron. Also,
Agricultural Implements,
neb as Ploughsof the followinj; brands Tea
I Y"1 ' ",. r ,
' Harrows. (.Hit t raters. Shot el I'lnws.t.orn sS)e
: lers. Churns, Cider mills. OoUinjc Uoxcs.Hoes
Hakes.Scvthes S.teatbes. and a thousand otlu.
' articIesnol necessarr to mention,
CUNNINGHAM & LOCKWOOD.
i Eaton, April S. 1 S.-.ii. tf.
i ' SVe will par the hia:beat.narkepri
i fori ".Hot., bushel sol Has le l neai
Flaxseed lo loan.
Also,5toue Coa 1 for alc .
C. t V.
MA R II I A V, E G I I DE, bv DH. WJI. VOL NG
M 11R1AGEG1 IDE. bv l)K. W'M. VOVNO
MAQHIAGE GLIDE, bv DR. i M. YOL NG
MARRIAGE GUIDE, by LK. WM. YOUNG
Sf ARRRTAOK QUII'-K YOI NC S OnKAl
PIlVSIUl.tMiH'Al. WtlEK: THK 1'OfKKI
J5!CDIAPIUS. or Grerr One bis own Iloctor
bv.WM. Yofso, M. I). it ia written in plain
laujrn&frc for the general reader, and is illustra
ted with upwards of One Iluudrrd Etitrravilips.
All youni; inarneu pvop'e, or tnose coiiienipiai
ittir 111.11 nape, and having the least i roped 1 me'it
to married life, should read this book. It tits-
closes -ccrets that every- one should beaeqtiaitit
ed with; still, it is a book that mu-t be kept
locked up. anil not lie about the house It will
be sent to :mt one on the receipt of twenty-live
cents. Addrea I'll. WM . YOUNG. 132 Spruce
St.,a";ovc Fourth, I'hiladelphn I'a.
March, loth 1S57.
A. KKNXY.
HENRY GtKH.-lt.
osCAIl KIIM
DENNY, fiOOf'Il k M NOR,
Forwarding & Commissiun Mc rchnnt.
Xo. l-i'J & ISO. West Columbia
street,
CIXC'IIXMAXI, OHIO.
DUY and set' F'ottr, Grain, Seeds, Pork, Lard,
and all kinds of Produce on Commission, and
will attend to the Forwardinp of nil kinds ot
i Consignment s,nnd to the jturchasing of all kind-1
if Merchandize on orders. A liberal share.
public jiatronage is respectfully solicited.
April 23. 1.')7 6m
j. hTfoos,
ATT0R.EY J.D CONsELLOK AT LAW,
AND
sprays? air's- wsrjK! ag
Office South East Corner of Marsh ct Lock
wood's Building, Second Story.
EATON, OHIO.
Will ntiend promptly lo all business entrusted
in his care in this ant! adjoining; counties.
N. B. Particular attention paid to the col
lection of claims, artiiiouing of Lands and
settlement of Estates.
April 10, 1356. ly.
2,00 0 Kusttels Wliife V Brown
Eliixseed to Loan.
Tire I'ldersin-ned has Two Thousand Bushels..
(iood Clean Flaxseed to Loan 011 reasonable
terms, rersons
Persons n ishintr to liorrow. WI II l ease
call at mv Grocery
where will be fouud a line
essortnteni of
Co eo, nsjirs, Tea, ?alt.Fisli
FAHIILV GKO( ERIES,
PURE WIXES AX!) BRANDIES For Medi
cinal purposes, sold cheap
East end Marsh A i.ockwood's new Building
Main Street . Eaton .Ohio.
R. S. CUNNINGHAM.
Mare T32 .135,-..
Pure Liquors
INS ECTED nnd nrrantt dand sold only
forMedicina I purposes by
R. S. CUNNINGHAM.
META LIC COFF1AS !
Tl
HE subscriber has nw on hand, nv.d i
constantlv keepiner. a fill I supple-of Metali
CoTin, which will be sold low. WOODEN C0F
FINS, of every quality and size, manufactured
npon the shortest not ice. E. EIS S.
At the machine shop. South Eastol R. R. D
Aug ?4
Interesting to Pork Eaters. CINCINNATI, EATON & RICHMOND
RAILROAD LINES.
Daily Tiaius.
r
Cvrnmrncind Monday, October 25, 157
and all iutermexliaU Station.
Passsngea TSAIKf
Between Eaton arid Cincinnati and all intermediate
stations .
r.eavtEaton C:0.0a. ui. arri vtat Cin., 8:25a.m.
' ' "- lp:5a.m. ' " 1:16 P-m.;.
" tl:lup.m. '" 9:00 p. tor
RFTTBX1N0.
Leajve Cincin: 9 a. ro. ai r. at Eaton, MO f pi-
" :15 a. in. " , II: a.m.
nil 4:oo p. TO. "' ' 6:50 p.m. 1
Front Eaton to Richniood and the Vest.
Lca-e Eaton, 840 a. m. arr.at Uicli'd, p:50 a.m.
' 11:48 a.m. " " 12 87 p.m.
" " 6:50 p.m. H ' 7:40 p.m.
JBS3'3ar,TBEjraaSBs imrasE rav: wtmi
Leave Rich. 5:22 a marrire aLBateai 6 :IX, a m
' " 10:lua. m. ' lo.6t& m
" 5.-J0 p. ra. u ' 6:10 p. m.
Aug 27 DM. SI OR K.O W- .'Bnyt.
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HEL1IBOLD S JErIXJE , ,
PREPARATION
OF HIGHLY CONCENTRATED COKPOtTHD
FLUID EXTRACT BUCK A,
For Jitrae nf the lUatlihr. Kidnry.t. Gratil.
Weaknesses. Obstruct int. Secret ZNsaaaM, via
Female Complaint, and all lHseasts
tff the Sexual Organs,
Arising from Excesses and Imprudent ib Ufa, '
nnd removing all improper Discharge, from tha
Bladder. Kidneys, or Sexual Oriains. whethtr
erTstltifrir Male or Kemala, rwm aarr ess -
thev may have originated, and uo mattM ot how
long standing, giving llealth aud V igor to4he
Frame, and bloom to the pallid cheek. ', .
J o v TO THE! u i i.h ted : :
It cures Nervous and Debilitated Sufferers, and
removes oil tire fcy'mptons, onion g which will be !
found -I-'t: u ''; - ttb "
Jmlisposifipn atotJT
to exertion, I."a of .
I-ower, Loss of arsraorr.
Uiflicult.i of Breathing. Gtn
eral Wcaknes, Horror of :
ease, Weak Servos. Trembling. Hread-"
ful llorror of Death. Night-Sweats', 'ld Fert,
Wakefulness. Dimness ol Vision, Languor. Usi, i
. , -. 1 C , 1 c . ..
sat l.assnuoe ui iiic iiucuin . . . i c 1 1 1 , .'lieu .
t.- . ,.. ,,.;,i, n,-a,.n,-;A
MMj Hot Hand. Flu'sbtug of the
Body. Drynosa of , Ibe Skiii, i'llid, ,' . '
Cruiteiiauoc and Krujition. on .
tlie Face, fain iu the Hack,
HeaViness1 of the Eye
lid. Frequently
Black Spot,
Flying Be
r. re' tbe eyes,.
with Temporary Suffusion "aud Iajw "f Sight;
Want ol Attention , (ireat MbbMli v. KesMea
m.ss. with horror of Societv. Notlri nier is
more desTSDIe to sticu roiieuia
than Solitude, and uoI1ii.uk tin t
1
more urearl lor rear 01 111cm
srlvselves: no lleio,c
.1 ,-jTnf
. til' MpnocrritiK.-ini.
isluess M Spccil
lat 1011 but a hur
rielTraturtion from one uetiou to another. ,
Tbee syiujttom?, if allowed to poori which
litis medicine invariably removes -stuai Udluwrf
Loss of 1'ower, Kattrty. ai d Epileptic Fits iu
one of which the patient may expire . Whoran'
say that those excesses are not 11 e ueutl v rol
lowed bv tltose direful diseases .
INSAXITr and CONSUMPTION ?
The records of tl.e lusane A W buns, rod the
mrTancholT deaths by Consumption, bear Kinplc
witness to'the Irulh'of Ihesc a sscrfions. TMt
countenance is act nail v sadden r.nd quiu- dtnii-
ttite nie'her Mirth or Ortef trtr Tisits it.
Sl'.onld a sound of tiic voice occur, it Is rarely
i articulate.
With woeful measures wau despair
I Low sullen sounds is srief bepuiled."
I Debility is mist, terrible! and has brought
. IlioasWnds upon tlo tlsntitls to untin el yprr-vra
! Ihns blasting the amUtioa nfmini noble youth. I
' It can be cured bv the use of thi,
INFALLIBLE It KM KUY.
If you ire au ferina; wilh any of the nbove dis
! tress tijr ailment, the Fluid Extract liuchs will
! cure von Trv it and be convinced of its etlicacv.
i;T Hewa're "I Q t tck Sostrums and Q.iiek
, I!. :ors. who falsely boast of abilities and rcfer
, enevs. Citizens know ami avoid them, ami atvo
. Ion it suffering Money, and Kxpo ore. by aenJ -I
ioff or callinjr for a bottle of this 1'opular and
: Specific BarnerfjF.
It allavs nil pt:n anil iiillimmat-on. is per
i feetry pleasant in its taste and odor, b it i.niue
! di.:te in its actiou.
IIfIniIolds Extract Kttrliu
Is prepared directly according t the Utiles of
Pharmacy and Ciik.vistky,
I with the prealest accuracy and chemieal know
ledire and care devitted in it co-.nbin.ttiAU. Sea
j I'ro'essor Dcwees' Yaluable Works 011 the prxc
; ticc of I'hysic, and nei.t of the lite Staudard
Works of Medicine.
tfsr $100 ssm
' Ore Hundred Dollars will be paid toany phy
' sician who can prore rltat ll .- Medicine ever in
' j'.red a patient : and tlie testimony of th-mstndt
can be produced to prove th.it it does ifreat pood.
Casus of from one week to thirteen years' stiud-
i.ve been effected- The mass of .Voluntary
Xestiinouv in possession of the Proprietor, vouch
inp its virtues and curative potrefa, is immense.
I embraeitiK mines well kuowu to Science and
Fame.
1 I CO, OOO Bottles Itavc lMen Soll
I and not a single iunce r s failure has been
' reported !
p..r,ntlT -MnWil before inc. an Alderman
ol the t itvol iMiiladeliia. II. T. II KI.M iHM.P.
Chemist, who Ik ing duly sworu does say, th..t
bis prepat-tion coiuains 110 Narcwtic. ilercury or
injurious Prup. but ate purely Vccelabie.
K. T. HKI.MOl.H. Sole Manufacturt r.
Sworn and subscribed before mc this 3Sd day
of November, lsit.
WM. P. IlIllHAnO, Alderman.
Priee SI per Botile, or Six for 3
Oeliverccl to any Atti'e.
Accompanied bv reliable and rest onsihle Ccr
Klieatea from rrofessurs of Medical Coleges,
Clergvmeii and others.
Prepared nnd sold bv II. T. HCUMbMM.P,
Practical a,id Analytical Chemist.
No. o-J Sonlh TENTH street, below Chestnut,
As cmbly Buildings, lbilnde!phia.
ESr" To be had o nil llruggistss and Oeal
crs tliroiiTliout the Uuited States. Capadas, and
British Provinces. y
jb9 Heware nfCounterre ts.s3 4 .
Ask for ielinbold5 Take no other.
CURES CUAnKANTEED.
For Sale by J. P. B110OKIXS & Sou.
Sept. 3. 1857
MOFFAT'S LIFE FILES
AN II
Phoenix Bitters.
THE best Frn.v Meitcis now, befbre tbe
tmblic . for tlie curu of Stnjnla, Ulcere, orariy.
I penia. Drnpsy, and in fact most all diseases
; vaa vield to their curative urt-inti lies.
It 'has been computed that dnr.ng Hie la-t
twen'.v five vears upwards of nil. K a Vvl
of persons have rx-en benefited by tbe nse'of
these rredicines; a fact which speaks volumes in
favor of their eurative properties a single trial
will ulaee them. beyond the reach ( competion
in the estimate of erenr patient. By their use
the BLOOD IS RESTORED TO A HEALTHY
STATE and freed from impurities The system
is not reduced durinir their operation, but in
vigorated, and they require uo rcstraiufrom bus
iness or pleasure.
The afflicted hare in these medicines a remedy
that icill do for them all that medicine en pos
iibly effect.
PREPARED RT
W, B. MOFFAT, M. I).,
PnoritisToe, Xew York.
IZT For sale by BR00K1XS & SOX, Eaton
Ohio.
THOMPSON & IIAKBIS
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
ivy ILI.practiccin Prebleandadjoininpcoun
VV ties. Allbusitiessentrustedto their care
will meet with prompt attention, tlflici on liar.
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