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for all dimi-MF- r StojHN ca ses oldBHlHDMUrlHiH tss.Co-s- mcul the digestive ozjrarA.iMir orbid liunaora wan n row a functions, and which brfce ran many virtues plainly appa re their natural paleneaa to the brow. Th anish th e tfto rs health, and necessarily prove a valuable adjunct tt) the digestive organs. A tri- at is ait iaat is nccueu to ej.iaui-u ia Sfcti nraftfr-tr tf nfifi-r Fr tale by 'Dwsrgfcte and MiMialtj, yeryfherff. aai 9V CTn.lo As the sea son now upon us in which there is -guV aw, ar aay term it, fever assd agne we wetflff ealf attention to the aavertiscment of Dr. Mann's Ague Bal sam, found in another coin Pin, of to day's paper: -If wS eftn cTemtW the numerous testimonials therein "riven of the high esteem placed upon tins medi cine. Ay, n af high standing and jajwkddw.hoUnv-4hflAi448.r and eon on which the e'eWftFne as to its eT- period whoa some rcaveay mwni e :eafaaajg awh offered fo suffering hunnro ity as a complete antidote to malaffti, and from evidences we in fiivor oL the tWHH w are. mu to oeiietM tat wai time has come, and that no one need a nj laager 6uffer, when they can pro rnre" a hattlf ef this mJicins. Sold by f Is n-onnty Pli INSICLA J tjpmg at fsnjnOtMM nic; piWiSSMBW. ir MASONIC. 'I HE members of Bolivar Lydife. N'o. 82, Eaton, 0tKtatcnd bavin PCRLIC TION OF OFFICERS, and Tic N, tbeir Lod rwr Ait M ! . . . T.TV ir . i- - 1 1 . luftw, iu nuuu tilt til .u ii. ame coniu) are iu. i leu toi;., with Utcin i heir baskets erf We-inlend it to be a gooi $s- thNiiir vf Hamu, Shear wire. tahtr-.. sisters and mothers. And as old ItahW I., idee is am aVstUMof AsjMJaoatain the cottsAs. sh wiiaoU Ahem all to ha i.- eat on tba daave vataaaio. t'oaie alonr ami leS us mSsassSa tinat lowg- So be siMartlWTd r i petted Mist the Granl Master will bt present w wnrtr an .laaress. A. jl., where a committee wssijk, JaadBP, iuesi to watt ou you, ic. . ";DfABKE M. CAMfSWAr' Otc tv. io-if AXI HfafCEKIK. y "I bv KiiiIt NOTICE Taa Owlili fteitr Branch of the U,iaa-o Ohio, wiH be closed on the St.iU 2tfe, ' hrtstmas, and on the 1st of Jaftnary, JBTiS.-t- rfini huHns business with ItanV on eJtheT (tnsc days mu.-t attend to it on the days TT . II. C. Ill S AXT, lc. 21. 1858. Cashier. i Henry Arnold. vs. I'rehlv Commou Picas kt, 1 Preble Coral 1, et al. Petition for Allen Arnold, et al. Petition tor Partition. The above named defendants, Allen Aru old, ohu JUrejrg, Manrntt Gregg, Christian Arnold Isaac Arnold, Klizabeth Arnold, Emi ly Amobl, Catherine Araubl, and Franklin Fudge, tSuardian, will tiike notice that on tbi Hlh day)GtWci"A. D. 1858, the abov named -plaintiff filed in the Clerk's office or tiie CWfcrt of tVmmoll 11 en of Preble eouiity. Ohiof Mi petHbjh'Vsjiinst them, ivhereiii sniii petitioner deinnni4s "partition of tnrf Following descriticd lrat Estate, situate lying and beiii in the countty of Preble nnd i.ite of Ohio and deserihSN as fo11oy, to wit : BegnSjiin;. at liic tSoiitaVweat eoraer uf the' ?or.th- ei quarter of sciMop sao'cr Shirty-six, Town ship number five, raajce three East, Ac.: t'lenre Torth on the section line one hun dred nnd six poles and seventeen links to a c rnar Sfcoaer East pasillrl to the section line fiftv-ioiir poles to a corner; thence N r h is'rilleT bithb section line thiVfy-two polei to a ec ebcuee Wonth p:irallcl to tin section litavtMjas tu a corner; tlrenn Kist peTalleffrnSeeiuiiyic,ihirty-f'oiii pfdes tota corner; fneme iiiutli parallel ti th aeeeSoa tlhe one hundred and six poles 1 1 my 'aaw sfWPsaWi links to a corner; thence Wjit o:i the qiir lex. sccj hn line one hundred and twenty psles te the place of beginning, c .iitaining eighty oere?, two rods and sixteen perchesof Ian L And ilie said defendants are further aettfied th it the said petiti mer willdfily at the next r.m of said Court for a i ord -r tu-.it sertd partition m iv be made ac cording!. ' rO")P & CAMPBELL, AtTef wAAt jis. for Petitioner-. C. W. I.ab fe'Jti flcc. 23-t, mm mmimi Ciena's Building, Sit Third Street, RAVTOIH, OHIO naaxaa ix Pianos, ( Malodeons, Guitars, Violinar' Banjos, Acconleous, Cl.ir'oncts, FluUn) HfM, Harmonics, Drums, Violiacettos, e. -VfcfTlf, iWllfar and iolinceIIo Strings, SheetrHasfe, Violin Bows and Hair, Music faper aid Musical merchandise of ail kinds. Fancy Goods oi all kinds. Dec. 22. IS :3. 1 BenjaUa Ctfrtiac pl'lT. 1 Bef,.re A. P. Bor .' j..! V den, J. P. of Lanier Jacobs Bo wcv, dsft. tp., PreWeeo., O. Onths M day of December, 1858, said Justios issued an order of attachment in the aliove action for the sum of one hundred and tweutv (t,00) dollars. BENJAMIN' CRIBTINE. West Acapdbi Iec. tt, U58. a. a. msiiops o. w. bishoi-. w. t. bishop. R M. BISHOP & CO , AVffOtiMietE GHOCERS, Forwarding & Conjmjsion Morchapts, nnUM ts Iim, OK ASM SEEKS, .fflO AiAaidl 'I7!iU"M PRODUCE GENERALLY. Wo. MW Srrect, East ot Hrfaif; (Oppostib the Srenroborft Landing,) Cn(I.ATTI, OHIO. Dec. 2t, 1858. ' J HHHPlfcEELECHO The StackltsUess of the Davton A West ern Turnpike Company are request 1 to meet at "Hlevsings Tavetn," in West Alexandria, on the second Monday ( 10th) of Jnuary 1859 to eject a Board of EH rectors to serve the ensuing rear. A11NKR DUL.tP, President. Jpflr JotT Work executed at the Deiu- rat OJEse in eood style and at moder- tae rales. G MI u .Some "Vime Some Some Von for up for every ior ' t'ne desire bun keep Such and the B A' 'l'" 1 in cans trade i NOTICE Agricultural Society Election. own th dav .iltur.il Society. i n r 25 Hall at 'ftBMl t4h WWHyAY. ttre of Deconher 1858. Between tha hours of 10 jW&torJto'4tiltD elsastAae of tJWB fbj' tsW Society Tor the ensuing AH persons who purchased member tickets Ihftnres.ent year, ore uoiwid'ered rndtabers or lhSh&acity .vbd.oaUUed t .vote at&e .'itext ahTIMPJSui it i ill nl i iiilii i 'l htm Htwitoti iJOBL HARRIS, t Dec..a, 186ft-w. -. Secretary. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE VTUTICBits hefcebgithat ttit seVi, . tabewi aMomted send nitaT;HHl-Ws tVk I jAdWftistTnterr on The Estate of Alexander Vffod.lt.Tate of Stcmroctawnihin, Preble OiXi Ohio: deceased. . J0SEl?Ji I BANTAvi. 2 L-ec. 7 185fl 3f, Adnir. Notice. . -"L ?r0W'"'.wlMse. business has hec; ..A. ... llllu 1Um .KiuHe raom Ior. WiTviccs, niuat caU upun .Ut,rs. I'o CWPhJl. W SHpte'sscTS, and settle, eith V note or cash, before the first of February T BR J. LE FEVER. Homaepathic Physician, respectful lv inform the citizens H or Mvton and vicinitjr, that be ha permanently located, where h will be pleas to receive -calls from irieada and all fevor mg tac ILksosmsb Pkactics of Mkdicisb. jaIle nmyl)e found, tor the time being. ' "u i-auoni notei. Dee. lM. A - a NOTICE hereby civen to the mcsibcis of the Prebl Mutual lire Insurance ConiDnuv tha tua annual meeting t said company will be neia at tne osree tr tire (Jonpnny. ris the Iteccrders office in Eutou, oa the first WedneS dy In Jannar. , at wh:;r. 4M-r''n(r, an elarttou will be I.oH lor-sereo Directors fo connnr year, as tI;o Law directs. oa.30, 1848-3t, T st - 8o v. ind 4 iU RGEON jygWISTi is In Fessmaa's llastldsii Opposite tbs TtLglt Hotel. kinds of Dentistry douu ou rcasuuable I eras J. P. HACaSEY A C. Uaeiea SafcasialieN BM mtVK STATIOSAX l I'EI'O'f for a 4rn ef vearrH, are prepared for tssSiSBall.luKAtiAWXCTTtJtiK VVKW A !tlI.X4MslneK- KcepeoHstaat Iv an hand a. oliuioe ssleorioii of FAMll.V GRO at the loirest fiu-ures for cash . or iu ciiai.e in. m i rinTiuio. qiuu n ii'j r i unuee . I 1IC 1HI"11 l1 . Ill U Ml. VI m III I V- 111. I irt- 1,1 A, yiarsiugiefS.auh. roa!d remeetft tcfrvTrelcbslfr !dWatf mid fh.t hi best ri'iaiiui mo i.iiirfrrifc sbairbe eimt uitly ifevnted t.itbe hi inicrUent oltHMa-Btfre st:ibMsnhient. nive ua tr'al. -its, 8-VSCRfc McWAX-CS. 0th-r2s, 1S5s. 1. : . sjL- i. .. . ' . t . HEAR YE! Man who Cultivates an Acre of Land : Eve3s- Woman wiro-CuHSaf'' a-0ifden o' Flowers: .MaH l.r:w!j'. .-jk t4.ui-jS- Every Roy Who irrtenls to become a Farmer: f.ierjr Aim Wio may become; a fuxiuers wile: Ot: HI IT TO READ THE OHIO CULTIVA10R! are so Rich tscy hare no time to read ; ar so Poor they can't afford to pay ; so wise you can't teach them anythieg; are taking too many Papers already; SEE HERE. MY FRIEXD ! may, can, must, might, could, would, oi should, leave off such vain excuse, and TAKE THS OHIO CULTIVATOR FOR 1 8 39 ! VolnraeXV. begins on the lirst of January. I'ublished twice - ee'inmth is' booh fen-m. Wndhi?. DcdtM to Farjtisu, Stock: ItAiSiyr:, O.vtiKKNrN-'c, Kbvits, Ac. i Uol, exjiressly for pr, Ttans.-.'uile raeticii!, eAerj; -day.'use. copy, 1 n yeas-.Tlirei- opies for j2 tix copies for it Nine conie- iiy su'd a. copy esxtra to the getter up or rl uli of 9. 4 laqwire Ht your Post Office, or send, a specimelf, aiidgvt up a club among youi neighbors. Specimens scut free. Address 3. I). HARRIS, Editor and Publisher, Coluiubus, O. Dec. 2, 1858. DhMlIATIOV. Notice is hereby given, that the Pnrtner--drip heretofore existing between MtTCHn.i. & (OCKn, was by mutual consent dissolved on 4th day of November ihs': The .iccount. of Uic firm have been placed in the hands oi F.squire Ifanta fur collection, and those wbu to save costs can do so ly calling on and squaring off before the expiration oi twenty days from date. MITCHELL A GOfLD. Eaton, Nor. M58. The undersigned thankful to a generous for their past patronage, takes this method of informing the whole couhlv and the restof mankind," that be will continue to St.tba td-stand ofSitehell A Gould a general assortment of FRESH GROCERIES, as Tea, Coffee, Molasses, Sugars of ev frv grade and qualify,- Spices, Tobncco and Segars, kc, kc. He will also continue to furnish CRACKERS, a.t wholesale or ratail, all other articles in the Baking line, ou shortest notice. Give us a call. L. Or. GOULD. Nov. 18, 1S..8-3. Whitridge & Qmnn, U irejutl opened s FRESH STOCK OF GOCDS C'oaipri si neeTr thing- usuallr foui.dB a DKUG AND BOOK STORE. itonc cery, cure ThV -OLD Bna, able All It ALSO, ALL PAPftt Window Curtains. And a targe lot of lamps: Give-ash call. WHITRIDGE A QUIK.N. Beit. 8, de;i3. AVUpLALE AN1 ftr-TAIL A I.Ti nOHE OT STEK DEPOT, Zl,Kih street, tbuth title, between Main and T1h, Cincinnati. II OSS. snpasior BaUtsaoTe Oysters: tan har given such central satisfaction for many years past, are again oaered for sale market, for the entire season They arc received daiix .by Kxpxfaguv wUgla or Wojt and inr1HSien,. ill warrented fresh. Greater inducements than usual offered to the and to consumers generally. Persons should call and'Uty them; they are A No. 1. Jior. 18. '68-Am. . , r ra ,t .i ' AO U.IC '. .1. - ! 1 n. .;tji BE.V J A .Til ' III IlItARI) ttorney and Couasellor at Law, AiriLL attend promptly to all business err- T trusted to bis care, in the Virion, caurts of this"te. U.liee itn:n?di.ttely ovePOgden A used science of palace space iu find rn as aud To Kalsam I am an it in From I years Slosely in sold onitis, i" i qnors King -Jl hare, the duccd i ague rwe tr aud I'4. r.roccrr, Eaton Ohio. pOetober li, H53-tr. t: inTnsiriHI ists . .'-.if - CINCINNATI, EATON & RICHMOND RAILROAD LINES. Witt tor ti laiifc'cmciu. IJctween Eaton and Cmss&OO a m active ut Eaton, :I6a B J san'S v .". " lfcuOpru " " 8:45 am ..., " apn WViil tgOSrpra li . WSpmJ W Aot. 29, 1858. eiief Cincinnati, cdiuU -Statins. EaTnaia Cincinnati and all inter- atatioas. -ie Ifcten 8:15 a m rrr'rive at Tin. 12:30 p m ," afo.(JMW 3.W A t aoa 12130 pt " : " 350 p in " :: " t :50 p n. IlETLH-MSC; Leave Kich'd Prom-tftitoh t Richmond n the ATsf. Leave Katon 8:15 a m arr at Rich'd 8:54 a m " " . . 'WiOO a M 11:00 a n 7:1 0 p m a m b:4o a m arr at j-.uiou 8:15 a ni 2:55 ri m "' " 3:50 'nm " " 6t5 p m " 7:35 p m D. M. MORROW, Dec. 2, 1838. Superintendent. NEW TIN SHOP. THROUGH the agency of friends, the subscriber has been enabled to open new TIN SHOP in this place. He in the shop just opened, a good variety f- . t Am 1MAR STOVES ! will endeavor to keep on bauds, at all limes, such kinds of his customers sad the ruibric in c-eneral aiar demand. tseAlf orders for REPAIR INO promptly st Ocded to, and work done in such a manner a, render full Katiofric'ion. tWlH new Shop mar or found in the bui Id ng previously used bv Hr.TUUnrsi . Tonib- Mauufactory. near Mr. ST ANN A ICS Gro ilo would solicit a liberal share of the public pat-ouage.thioiigh which h hope to se a respectable competency. g,lerais Cash only.. WALTER P M'CABE. Baton Feb. :n ,lm en1.1-- : 25. 1858. 4t. 7ALL & WINDOW PAPERS. New& Beautiful Styles 35,000 Pieces Prices Lower than Ever NOW OPENING. BY VAX A USDAL. DIXON, & GO. ALSO rargyst and most splendid 16t o VELVET, , , .itg, . ,-.iH, XA1VS7WV Kit SSELS, 'I'lIItUH PLY, SI I' Kill 1. IE. h - iviiitin DITC WOOL VEMETIAX HEMP ud STAI.t .CAliriSjLS Leer Qnened tn the Citii ALSO, HAITI ASK LACE, illlBsil.l.V, CT AMSf'A REIVT, IA1VOSCAPE, GOLD, and iV VELVET CURTAINS. Blue, Oi'isb, Grecu & Black Hollands and Cambrics. ALSO Linen, Towellings, i l.issi 1 inens, S:ir Linens, r ajpjj Sbnj I j ag. Pillow Casings Nankin, 1 - Do y les, CiniiitcrpMics. Murscillcs and Allendale Omits. DrugjiM-tand Linen Orninb Clotlts Table and Piano Covers. liVUS AND MATS Ofevery description. Fid R it T&RLE mi (LOTUS withs, from 24 inches to 24 feet Curtain Pius, ml Loops and Com A fina assortment, just receiving at AUSDAI, DIXON Cn'g MaiuSpusite the Court House. May 20. ! 80s. -If THAT GREAT REMEDY SO LONG SOUGHT. remedy, claimed by the medical profes sion and the inu'tiplied thousands that have it and tested its wondtrj'ul curative pro perties, to be the greatest discovery iu medical and natures own remedy, is the result years oi toil and study, by oiie of Ohio's ta voiite physicians, in order to produce some thing thai would meet the wishes of sull'cring humanity, and thousands from the princely uud humble cottage cuu testify to the immediate relief found by its use. E01 want of we only o.fcr a few of the many evidences favor. M. line, III . Feb. 19, 1857. MeKSRS. S. K . MANN A- PO. Gents: We your Agile Balsam snperior to any rcmedy gyr market for the nermancnt cure of all ma larious diseasas. We cheerfully recommend it worthy that re'af name it has wherever sold used. Verv Truly Yours, ItlCUABlKA THOMAS. the siiTerers of chills, fever and ague. cheerfully submit the following; Having ob served closely the effects of Ur. Mann's Ague in this vicinity for the past three years. well p'easod with its remedial virtues as amidol t to malaria. I have frequently used my practice and with entire satisfaction. my intimate knowledge of this compound, recomiund it ns safe,' prompt aud ofCeiBUt. Jf. K. HACKEtlOM, M. 1J Galion, Ohio, April 1st, 185S. Illul'ion, lad:, MayttiA "less. MESSRS S. K- JIAXNA CO.- Gents- Hav ing sold your Ague !' llsam tor t he past three to scores ot persons In this vicinity, and nb erving Is effects we do not hesitate saying, we believe H b.es remedy ev r in Indiana, and will effectually cure lever ana ague witnont la 1 1. Truly Yours. PniM.M A A KEABN'S, druggists. Loganspai-t, Ind.. Sept la, 1S5G. DR. M ANX: Please send me one-half gross of your Ague Ba Isam immediately. It is ia,gro..t demand . nnd may be truly styled the of Fever and Ague. J LYTLE, Phvs'cian and Druggist. St. Louis, Msroh 1st, 1858. ESRS . S . K MANNA CO Gents: We sold a large amount of your Ague Malsam past three venrs.nnd find that where intre- and sold it has no enual in the history of remedies, sou from nil parts 01 tne west. near the same rheeri ng cure itspntie.it and Is looked upon in this as the bctmcdiise for thills, Carer ague ever in our market O J. WOOD k CO. S. K. MANN CO f'-. T5? before LA.-sll. 1 , wani me.. been trom best ming sels, All Galion . Ohio, . Proprietors Sol.l by all good Drtfc I t i vlA V. U -i i A A OPP ti -f- MM.MI M Sl im. 1 vai a t i, rarary 41 T, COULDi OSItkiTHtJ PUBLIC BUILDINGS. "K citizens of Enroa aud of murrouBdlne. conn-lm- who wfll be in searth df C AXDIK- TOYS, &c. fur the Holidujra. are requested to call at rue above stand, where a eenenit 'as sortment of such riotioris huvc fast arrived. He "Would also inform the purchasiiur public th1 he keeps constantly on hand all kinds of lo v firs . sucb as Tav Coffees, Molasses. Sugars, BASS, SasSKt 338 y.MHT3 Also, she choicest brand o&'JQOBACCOS and SEGAJIS, will be kept Evervtliine ia the BAKING line.- wj(l be attended to on the shnrt trieuds and ascertain our prices, and it yu can pnrehase riirhrM : - u . o , . j. En.on Dee M inr.,f. . " .' " , , ... ....... .. ., ... vj.ls,l --a constantly oh ti1 test notice. Chit in -- ! 1 1 . 1. elsewhere Cit. C-IIiiiSTMA WKKK! ztzA Si it ffV 1 1 1 ' . - rfi CHEAP SALES! Our Slock of STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS is complete, and we will give customers Choice Goods, Lj'AijSki K .'jlllfc' AT VERY LOW PRICES. O. & W. MINOR pernor of Main and B arren Streets. Dec,- 23, 1S58'. REHH ARRIVAL! mm STEPHE NS & CO.. MiM- mmeV St iaBBsa-'lssi"lY? -ar naa i errow t Huiiaiiig", f M.:.. .J fie o. J-) .ils..?. ,l . nT.. vu.uu v. in iu aim vucri v otreeis aqjoinino; ine-oans., v just received direct from New York and Philadelphia, a fine and extensive aasor tmti.t FALL & WIKTEE BEY 600BS, totjioia iiiMjr lis f An 1 Ui CLOTHS, CASSIMEBES. TWEEDS, SATINETTS, VESXINOS, JEANS, FLANNELS. A large assortment of PRINTS; Black and Fancy SILKS; Merinoes; Bayardeses; Delaines; Poil de Chevre; De Bages; Plaids and a Ginghams; White and Brown MUSLINS; Sheetings and Drills; Linen and Cotton Table Covers; Bags aud Bagging. Damask and White Evnbroidered CURTAINS; Checks and Stripes; Irish linens and Marseilles; Brilliante,; Puique; Jaconets; Swisses; Blankets; Berages; BONNETS; Ribbons; Flowers Fringes; Dress Trimmings; Craps; Lace; Edging; Collars and Bosoms; Undershirts and Drawers; CARPETS; All-Wool, Broche, Silk, and Gents' SHAWLS; Cloaks, latest styles; Belts, Hosiery and Gloves; H ATS,CAPS BOOTS and SHOES; Rubber and BuSalo Overshoes; QUENNSWARE, GLASSWARE, &c. Our old customers, nnd the i.ub'ie eeucrallt. arc-.Raited to call and examine our St purchasing tlieir Goods IOr Fall and Winter T persona wishing to purchase Goods ef we o.Ier rare inducements. Come everybody. . Ealon.SeJ.t. 30, 15.5S. THIS LATSS'I FROM NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA ! OF NEW DRY COODS. THE FALL Al WITEE TRADE! ! VAX Al. SDAL & Co. are iu receipt of the lareest sloes of Goods offered in this market, io w men inev respeciiuiiy c 11 ine a. .eiiiioii 01 1 r.eir menus anil customers una in oineri ng cheap and serviceable goods. Feeling con fulenl that from long experience, sufficient 11s to purchase our Goods exclusively for cash, close attention to the purchase of every sr licle offered by us for sale we can render satisfaction as to price and quality. Our stock has purchased ill New York, Philadelphia, and other Eastern cities, in miny i nsts nces direct the manufactory and embraces a larger vir.ety than usually found in country .tores. Ia addition to our large stock of assorted DryGoods we keep BOOTS AND SHOES OF ALL KINDS ! Queensware and Groceries, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Iron, Nails, and Steel, Locks, Latches, Butts, Table Cutlery, etc. CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS AND SADDLERS HARDWAR ncluding eagle, tyre and carriage bolts, clips, and turned collars, the ver made top enammelled drills, muslins and ducks, enammelled trim drills, silvered, brown, black or crimson, a very superior articlt. Wards' top and trimming leather, dash, bow, and collar leather, floor oil cloths, hair, and rugs, Wilton and Brussels carpet, strings, laces, and tas glasses, joints and props, hames, hubbs, bows and bent fellow's. 01 wnicli will ite sold as ctieap as tney can De purcnased in Cincinnati or elsewhere. Sept. 14, 1S58. -..'- YORK STORE OC.DE5 & CO., SUCCESSORS TO COFFMAN & BROTHER, Hate just received (heir large and spier, did slock of FALL AND AtffEi DRY GOODS edassortmeat of Hats and Gaps, Boots and shoes. Together with the largest a-nd best sclectb n of FAMILY OROCEIlie ever offered to the citizens of Eatou. Alison fine lot of QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE CROCKERY WARE. Tubs, Buckets, Baskets', Measures, &c, &. A of'wTucti 'they will dispose of at IJLV.KD TIMK PRICES, for m pfflL OR APPROVED CO UNTffY PRODUCE. They have arrangemeuts by which they can supply families with all OF FRITS a VEGETABLES s,bi its season, durinsr this Summer and Fall, at, the earliest possible moment. STORK, NO. 10, MAIN ST., MARSH & LOCKWOOD BUILDING. Eaton, Ohio, April, 1st, 1858. -miss.on J. i .alif lo FALL VAN A US ny-.fK .in? 5 aid KniV! ' I rnaJt --iitj oi eiasy lif aaawc GOODS, .'Hive just received a larrre and snleididr IS sit. W-W JIT" TO Til AMI WIW: CLOTHS AND (;ASpJS: satinets. Tweccls, WtmmK DELAINES. POPLINS, FLANNELS ! HATS, CAPS, BOOTS. SHOES. GLASS AP sJCBMsW.sfcWa i'wj - AM everything else 111 the Dry G)ods lijasi - U nit Which they are SelKng VHttf&tT.Z1. PITT A X7T1 O T.1 Ti r-- ..-TT..-.,. . - i hapaid U at ,a -a 1 SUM oos. All kinds 11 l.ll 1 1 I ( I .I'll 1TICCL' I ....... 1. 1 . , ,- . - ... ..- ... koa laesebnnre for 1..7.ds 'TWD' " ue ntBneai ma rivet prof 1 . ir.nton, ep.,So, 1 VV II V IS THE UEM ir. t WD OH ,'tir .... FOR M t v fectuall v enre that much dreaded m-o..Vd "est Chil Is. Fever and Asruo without Ian. willifcbantetiict the poison of Hal- ACUEBALSAM, iuse it will, in all cases, safely ,e4 ,f ind in cases aria, 01 winch tact thousands do testify, and. nl.fce another 110 -t ruins, it is out v ri'c 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it 1 . ed fur one. class of diseases, and as atonic it is Snuirnasaed. We will offer a few .-i.i.. of its worth, by men of in!l er.ee and hi "h stand. lug. Princeton, 111., Sept 20lh.l357. ar. sail- B4K sia: Far several years past t nave used your Ague Hal sain iun y daily "ihvi, miu u.-ive cioseiy oDiervea tt-ettect in hundreds of cases, and "in no case has it fail " prouncr ine most nappy eucct. I can roost cheerful I v recommend ix a n. c .,-. , 1 n ,n. cirie for chills, fever aud ague, asd malarious uiaeases. t ruly l ours, II. AUSTIN", M. I). Marshall. Mich .Feb. lltliisr.7. R MANN A CO. : I hare sold a large mount of your Ague Bals .min this vicinity. aan irom ray persona, kuo-.y 'edge of 1 1. I believe !tiie host remedy for chills, fever and ague s ttihhaerer been sold in our State. Respectfully Yours, O. A. HTDF. Ashtabula. Ohio. Jnn larv 1st IS5f. MESSRS . K MANN A CO Ri.ts: In tcnvassingtbe Stalesof Oliioand Michigan for he ills uf'thn different remedies f whieh we hiye control, our attention his been called t ooserve the great name that your Ague Halsau has grimed Tor itself in everv' place where sold It really seems to be tur penpi..', own i.,v.m and its sales m re rapid than all others. It is destined to uncrcedeall other ague remedies in tne mariict. ciy Truly Yours, A. A S HENDRY. Xew York. Feb. 28, 1S5&. MESSRS, S. K. 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For twentp years it has manilained i:sascen dency over all other psrfumes tkto e tnat Cuba, South America and the West Iiiities. has been introduce into the Unileri-i States, response to the earnest demand erowiueout its SOUTHERN SEPCTATrO.V " 'tl:Orefes " HEADACHE ND FAIN TN ESS ' As an odor lor Ihe handkerchief, n it am. delicious as the "Olio or Moses." It lends fresLness and transparerwy to the coaspli iSmtli '' and removes headache ond- fuUntraay , .4 om. COIIKTEBFEITS. Beware of iinitationn. Look for tlif naw MURRAY dr. ANMAN on the fMihf Wrapper and Ornamented Lnbet. Sold by D. ANMAN & KEMP, wholesale .hrWKisrt No. 69 Wafer Street. New York, and by af iirugrgisis, at ou cents per bottle TEE GREAT AKBAESAC0E OTf HEALTH. TO ALL MANKIND. sfi ' A, . ' S HOLLO WAY P iLL ftu want uf s alrriing airdieinal 10 meet lis and necessities of the sutl'eiiMji por of huin.iiirty, and one entirely f ee from and ot tier dxteHetiuu s pa rlicU-a, was sie rely felt till this all powerful nicdiciue ushered info the world; Hoi.lowa v's ii va i.i a 0 1 -k Pills have becoaie Hie iioskwoi. SKMEyovofall nations. Their, attribute is to rsnvENT as well as to benr-:: I hi 11 ttatlt the radix or Root of the compla I, s.nsi,.s. by , removing the hidden cause ef disease. tis vijorale ond relors file drooping erriirgtdit of system, astialing. m ti 'e. i;,ratasjyt)oi J VTTAL aild FIWCTIONARV RtrOSMATIOX. ,, . . DYSPEPSIA. The gri at scoBsge e-f Jhls eoa tuaas t r; Sas quickly ton course of these nntiscp"ic- rjl). the diyesi i ve o rga ns a re resforerl to 1 keis' proper tone; no msUei ia what kiidrons shape this h)dra of disease exliifcifs i:felf, search inv a nd u nerrinc; remedy rfispersees. from the patient's system. a. si General Debility- a ml AVeit k.nes. Picm .vhatever cause, lowaess orrisiTS' . t- II other signs o fa die. ssed rrver, sd oiler disnrgaiiizatUn, the sysieai, naisa. under the eradicating infl a enr e of 11 ia el I powerful anti.-epl .c and eeterient remedy. BILIOUS DISORDERS. The propel quail-nm and riii.t conditros of bile is of monieuloss imporisbce te the health of the human frame, t fa is amti siLroe medicine expels ike huhle n seeds of lbs com plaint, and renders s 1 1 Ike fluids and secre lions pure nnd fluent, cleansing and re aai tatins Hie vital funcliou-i o( the body. . " I'NBEFITED PKOtiJF. 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A handsome re ward will pe eivan 10 any one rendering such information ns may lead to the detection ry; party or parlies counterfeiting the SSsMimoii cines or vending Ihe same, knowing them 10 spurious. ' ,u'j'jl!l M . o'jui 111 nm ..i.iini,(ii.i,ii ir. 11 rv. "S'J'vil a IIollowav. BO Maiden l.sne. New Y.erk, nnd 214 Strand. -l.oudonV Hv all respectable DruOMkalcyo and Dealcrs-in Medicine thiouirhout the Uaited States and the civllts'ed woHd, in fcoixW X IS""'" eents. S-l cents. and $1 -.eb. i dcn fjgfThcre isa conside sb'e saving by taking the. larger siiras-- X. I! Direetionsfor the guidance nfpitieass., 1 every disorder arc atlixed to each box. l.l m Mr- tb s 1 1 C. P. THUMv (SUCCESSOR TO At TKR A RACO.H.) Il.ItC HAM I All. O It. AND VANI FACTUKF-.H OF ALL KINDS OFCLOTBI1TC. Baron Street, drrryrs Korth of .Wt'mti EATON. OHIO. Not. ?, 1857 ly lai- i 1 Mi .