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Iiine'y years ago there flourish ed in Glasgow a club of young men from the extreme profligacy of and the licentiousness o their orgies, was commonly called the Hell Fire Club. Besides. their nightly or weekly meetings, they held one grand annual saturnalia, in which each tried to exeeed the other in drunken ness and blasphemy, ana on these occs sions there was no star amongst them whose lurid light was more eonsnicious than that of young Mr. Ar hibold B.. who, endowed with brilliant talents, and a hand Some person, had held out a great promise in his boyhood, and rais 1 hopes which had been completely frustrated by his subsequent reckless One morning after returning from his annual festival, Mr. Archibald B., baring retired to bed, dreamed the fol lowing dream : Ke fancied that he himself was mount ed on a favorite blaek horse that he al ways rede, and that he wis proceeding towards hi own house then a country seat embowered by tress and situated upon a hill, now entirely built over and forming part of the city, when a stranger, whom the darkness of the night prevented his distinctly discern ing, suddenly seized his horse's rein, say ing, "You must go with me !" "And who are you ?'' exclaimed the young man with a voljey'of oaths, whilst ho straggled to free himself. "TtA will sec by and by," returned the other, in a tune that excited una -countable terror in the youth; who. plan ging his spurs into his horse, at templed to fly. but in Tain. However fast the animal flow , the stsanger was still beside him, till at length in his Jes perate effort to escape, the rider was thrown, but instead of being das' ed to the earth aa be expected he found him self falling falling, still as if sinking , into the bowels of the earth. At length a period being put to his mysterious descent he found breath to inquire of his companion, who was still beside him, whither they were going "Where am I ? Where are .you taking me ?" h- exclaimed. "To hell 1" replied the stranger; and immediately interminable echoes repeat ed the fearful sound. "To hell! to hell!" At length a light appeared which soon in creased to a blase, but instead of cries, groans and lame n tings, as the terrified traveller expected, nothing met his ear but Bounds of music, mirth and jollity and he found himself at the entrance of a superb building, far exceeding any thing he had seen constructed by hu man hands. Within, too, what a scene! Jfo amusement, employment, or pursuit of man on earth , but was here being earned on with a vehemence that exci ted his unutterable amazement. There the young and lovely still swarm through the meses of the giddy dance ! There the panting steed still bore his brutal rider through the excitements of the eroaded race ! There over the midnight bowl the intemperate still drawled out the wanton song of maudlin blasphemy I The gambler pliod forever his endless game and the slaves of Mammon toiled t rough eternity their endless task whilst all the magnificence of earth pal ed before that which not met his view. He aoou percived that he was among o!d acquaintances, whom he knew to be dead; and each, he observed, was pursu ing the object, whatever it was, that had formerly engrossed him; when finding himself relieved from the presence of his unwelcome conductor, be ventured to address his former friend, Mrs. D , whom he saw sitting as had been her wont on earth, absorbed at loo requesting her to rest from the gafmc, and introduce him the pleasure of the place, which appeared to him to be very unlike what he expected, and indued an-extremely agreeable one. But with a cry of agony she answered that there was no rest in hell, that they must toil on at those very pleasures ; and innumerable voices echoed through the intermible vaults, "There is no rest in hell," whilst throwing open their vesta, each disclosed in his bosom an ev er burning flame ! These, they said, were the pleasures of hull; their choice on earth was bow their evitable doom. In the midst of the horror this scene in spired, his eonductor returned, and at his earnest entreaty, restored him again to earth; but as be quitted he said, "Be. member ! in a year and a day we meet gain !" At this crisis of his dream the sleep er awoke feverish and ill ; and whether from the effect of the dream or of Lis preceding orgies, he was so unwell as to be obliged to keep his bed for sev eral days, during which period, he had time for many serious reflections, which terminated in a resolution to abandon the club and his licentious companions altogether. He was no sooner well, however,than they flocked around him, bent on recov ering so valuable a member of ther so ciety; and having wrung from him a confession of the cause of defection, which as may be supposed, appeared to them eminently ridiculous, they soon contrived to make him ashamed of his good resolutions. He joined then again resuming his former couse of life, and when the annual saturnalitt came round he found himself, glass in hand, at the table; when the President arrising to make the accustomed speech, began with saying. Gentleman, this being leap year, it is a year and a day since our last anniver sary, &c. The words atruck upon the yonng man's ear like a knell, but asha med to expose his weakness to the jeer of his companions, he out the feast,ply ing himself with wine, and even more l.berally than usual, in order to drown his intrusive thought, till in the gloom of a winter's morning, he mounted his horse to ride home. Some hours after wards, the horse was found with his sad dle and bridle on, grazing by the r ad side, about half way between the city and Mr. B.'s house; whilst a few yards off lay tha corpse of his master. Now, as I have said in introducing this story is no fiction, the circumstance happened as here related. An account of it was published at the time, but the copies wera bought up by the family Two or three, however, were preserved and the narrative has been reprinted. Teach Yocr Children to Swim. Levi Buck, a boy not 12 years of age was one of the passengers in the burn ing steamer Austria and saved his life by swimming neirly an hour. The brave little fellow is the son of Mr. S. Buck, of Washington, D. C. The narrative of this child appears in the Washington Star, and is as intelligible and interest ing as the narratives of the adult sur vivors. He says : I was under the charge of my aunt. who is about twenty-four years of age. At the time the fire broke out we were on deck; and the Captain was asleep, id they waked him up, when he rush ed upon deck and exclaimed, "Children we are all lost P The Captain then stripped off his coat and jumped over board. There was great excitemeht among the passengers, and they tried to got the fire buckets, but they.couhl not as tne buckets were all tastcnea ana could not be got loose. The life boats were filled with the passengers while they were still hang ing at the ship's side, and the ropcB which held them were cut, which plung ed boats and all into the sea. So great was the rush that my aunt and I were separated, and a man by the name of Pollock was hanging to the chains of the anchor, and he called to me to come to him. I then tried to reach him, and I was hurried over the heads and shoul ders of the throng, who were uncertain which way to go. I slipped down the chains and clinched upon Mr. Pollock's neek; and then I held fast for about an hour, when my shirt caught fire. I was all the time holding by Mr. Pollock's hair. When my shirt was on fire Mr. Pollock said, "my boy, we must go,'' as he plunged into the sea with me elinging to him. As we struck the wa ter I lost my hold of him, and swam about for nearly an hour, when I was taken up by the boat of the Maurice, and about an hour and a half afterwards Mr. Pollock was picked up by one ef the boats of the Maurice. When I was clinging to Mr. Pollock's neck the mag azine exploded with a terrible noise, and I saw many persons flying in the air. The Ohio Statesman. Will be printed and Weekly. It will contain a regular report of the Proceedings of the Legis lature, and a condensation of the De bates. It will also furnish tha daily telegraphic report of the proceedings of Congress, besides the latest general aws from all parts of the world and the most ample commercial aud finan cial intelligence from the leading mar kets of America and Europe-. To all who wish to be thoroughly advl sod of the political affairs of Ohio, and fully prepared to enter iato the great contest of 1859, so near at hand, the Statesman will be indispensable. 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GREAT EBAUTIFIER so long unsuccessfully sought, FOUND AT LAST! FOR IT RESTORES PERMANENTLY Gray Hair to its original color, covers lux uriantly the Dild bead-, removes all dandruff, itching and scrofula, scald head and all erup tions; make the hair soft, healthy and glossy; and will preieve it to uuy imaginable age re moves. as it by uugtc, an oioicnes c- irom me tace, and cures all neuralgia and nervous bead ach. Sec circular and the following. Dover X. 11., Feb. 2, 1857. PROF. O. J. WOOD CO Gents: Witb B a few das we have received so many orders and calls for Prof. O. J. Wood's Hair Restora tive, thai to day we were compelled to send to Boston for a quantity, (.me aixaozen you inr warded all being sold, while wt might order a quantity from you. luvery bottle we have sola seems to have produced three orour new cus tomers, and the approbation, and patronage it receives from the most substantial and worthy citizens of our vicinity, ful ly convince us that it is A MOST VALUABLE 1 It K 1 A K A 1 1 U . Send us as soon as nosy De one gross oi an size and one dozen size; anu Deneve us your; very respectfully. (Slgueaj u.,.,.r.u i..ii.,ivi HickorvGrove,St.CharlesCo.,Mo., Nov. 19'5ti PROF. O. J. WOOD Dear Sir: Sometime last summer we were mduced to use some of your Hair Restorativt , and its effects were so wonderful, we feel it our duty to you and the afflicted, to report it. Oar little son's ner.d lor some time nau Deen perfectly covered with sores and some called it srl,l head . The hair almost entirely came offin consequence, when a friend, seeing his sutleriucs, ndv scd us to use vour uesiorame we did so with little hope of success, but. to our surprise, and that or all our friends, a very lew applications removed the disease entirely, and a in- and luxurient crop of hatr soon started out, and we can now say that our boy. has as healthy a acalp. and as iuxurieni crop oi nair as any other ehild Wc can therefore, and do hereby recommeud voul Restorative, as a per fect remedy for all diseases of the ccalp and hair We are, toari respectfully, Q GORGE XT. HIOGINBOTHAM, SARAH A. HIGGIX110THAM. Gardiner, Maine, June S2.1855. PROF. O. J. WOOD,-l)ear Sir: t have used two bottles of Professor Wood's Hay- Restora tive, and can truly say it is the greatest dis covery of the age for restoring and changing; the hair. Before using it I was a ma of sev enty. My hair has now attained its orig'nal clor. Y u can reeommend it to this world witnootthe laast fear, as my ease was one of the worst kind. Yours Respectfully, DANIEL N. MDRPHY- O. J. WOODJk CO., Proprietors. 818 Broad way, New York. in the great !i. Y. Wire Rail ing Establishment. ) and 114 Market Street, St. Louis. Mo. And sold b) all good druggists. Sep. 9, 1853- DK. CVBVELWELL GD m & K9 M S E A MEDICAL ESSAY ON A NEW. CERTAIN AND RADICAL CUKE OF SPEUMATOB BHCEA.Ac , W1TIIOUTTHE L'SEU F INTERNAL MEDICINES. CAU TERIZATION, OR ANY ME CHANICAL A PPLIANCES. just published, the 6th edition, in a scaled en velope, gratis aud mailed to any address, post-paid, on receipt of two stamps. This little work emanating from a cclobraici member of the medical ;rofesion, gives the most important information ever published t all persons entertaiuing doubts of their physical condition, or whs) are conscious of harms; haz arded their health and happiuess containing the particulars of an entirely new and perfect remedy for Spermatorrhoea jar Seminal Weak, ness. Debilitv. Nervousness, Depression ef Spirits, Loss of Energy, Lassitude, Timidity, Involuutary Seminal Discharges, Impaired Sig' tand Memory, Blotches and Pimpleson the Fae Pile Indigestion, P-alp'tation ef the lleai and Bodily Prostration of tha whole sys tem, i' ducing impoteucy and mental andphys iealin ipaciry, by means: of which every one may cu. e himself privately, and tt a trifliugox- "jf- A IrcssDr, CH. J. C. KLINE. 1st Av enue, eot rjth street. New Yvt-k; Post Bex, No. 4596. Sep. 22, '5d-Sm. THE GEE AT AMBASSADOR OF HEALTH TO ALL MANKIND. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS A BOON TO THE SICK. e want of sterling medicinal to meat 'J Is and necessities of the soffeting por t of humanity, and one entirely f ee from n-neral and other deleterious pat tides, waa sie rely felt till this alt powerful medicine was ushered into the world; IJoi.i.owav s is valuable Pills have become the moiholi kenkdv of all nations. Their attribute is to rarvENT as well as to coax: they attack the badix or boot of the compla t, and thus by removing Ibe hidden saute cl disease reia- vigorale and restore the dropping energies of the system, assisting nature in her task a VITAL aild VONCTIOMABT BErOBMATIOBI. DYSHEl'SU. The great scourge of this eonliuaat yields quickly to a course of these antiseptic rills, aa-1 the digestive organs are restored to tbcii proper tone; no matter is what hiideoa shape this hydra of disease exhibits itself, bis searching a nd u nerring remedy disperse, il from the patient's system. Gcuerul Debility and Weaknesr. ?om whatever cause, lowkmi or sr-iarre. and ell other signs of a dis-ased liver, d othet disorgsnirution oi the system, vanish under the eradicating influence oftbisall powerful antiseptic and detergent remedy. BILIOl'S DISORDERS. The propel quantum and right canditiea the bile is of momentoas importance tsthe health of the human frame, this amti-silis medicine expels the bidden seeds of Ida com plaint, and renders all the fluids and seer tions pure and fluent, cleansing and rasi- ating the vital functions of the body. . VNBEFIJTED PROOF, The testimony of Nations is unaaimoasly born to the health-giving, yirtues f his no ble remedy, and certificates in every living language bear witness to the isdsmaiijuu of their iNTBilvsi wobth. JJolloway's Pille are tne beat remedy known in the world for the following d i i a : Ustlima Diarrhoea Indigatia owe) Com- Dropsy Inflaenaa plaints Debility Inflamatioa Coughs Fever nud Ague Inward Weak- Colds Fein la Complaint nss Chest Dieses Headaches Liver Complaint Costiveness Stone and Gravel Lowneaf Dyspepsia Secondarv Symptons Spirit Li'ila Venereal Affection Worm f aW Kina O-CAUTION! None ar genuine unless the words "Hollowav, New Yorx i Lou don,'' are discerns!. le as a wateb-biabk in ev ery leaf of the book of i ircctions around each box or pot; the same may be pLsiely, seen by holding the leaf lo the light. A handsome re ward will pe givan to any one rendering sueh information as may lead to Ibe detection o. any party or parties counterfeiting th medi cines or vending the same, knowing themtv be spurious. Sold at the Manufactories of Professor Hollowav, Mi Maiden Lane, New Vrk, and 244 Strand, London, by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicine throughout the United States and the civilized tvorld, in boxes at 26 cents. cents, and $1 each. 3"T!icrc isa considerable saving bytakiag the larjrer .sizes. N". 11 Directionsfor the guidance ofpatience tu cvervdisonler are affixed to each box. ( CARPET STORE SEW CARPET, AND HOUSE FtTKNISllING GOODS Ojtifosile the Court Haute, Main St., DAYTON, OIJ JO. VAN AUSDAL, DIXON, 4 CO.. have re eeived the largest and finest slock of Carpet nd Paper Hangings, ever btonglil to the Western msiket, and a prepared to supply the surrounding country a. prices as low as can be purchased any where lb side of New York. Their Carpets have bee purchase J DIRECT from the VlANUFACTIJ REUS, and consist of a general variety of Rich English Velvet Carpets, English Brussell English Tenestty. Tapeslry Ingrain, All kinds of Stair Carpets, Three Ply, Superfine, Ingrain, Med'mqnal. do. All Wool Venitwn, Hemp, Cotton A Rag Carpels, Also.Druggets.Rugs.Door Mals.Slaii Rods.Ac. Their stock of Paper Hangings, ordered direct Irom various French, KafUsh American Factories, Compose every variety of GOLD VELVET. SATIN AND COMMON PAPERS. GOLD VELVET AND COMMON BORDERS. ORNAMENTAL FIGURES, TEASTERS CENTRES, FINE BOARD PRINTS, PLAIN, BLUE, BUFF AND DRAB WINDOW PAPERS, FANCY, do do They have also received a large assortment ol DECORATIVE ' PAPRES, In Gilt. Fresco, Marble and Oak; suitable for Halls, Parlors, Dining-Ruoms, Churches and Offices; which fot beauty of style- cannot be surpassed. At.SO Window paper in great variety. Floor Oil Cloths from one to eight yards wide. Window Curtains of all kinds, Transparent Window Shade?, Buff. Blue, While, Drab and Green Window Hollands, Venilian Blinds, all sizes, Table Oil Cloths of all widths, etc., Slc. April 22, 185 1 If THE MIGHTY HEINGAL WORLD KNOWN AND WORLD TRIED. HOLLOWAY'S" OINTME1 The free admissions of all Nations, as wll as the verdict of the leading Hospitals of the Old as well as the New World, stamp thispowerful remedial Agent asthe greatest healing prepa ration ever made known to suffering man. Its pkn strati ve QOALiTiES a re uwr e t ha n a a bvbl loos, through the external orificesof the akin, invisible to the naked eye. it reaches the seat of the internal disease: and in all external af fectionsits anti-inflammatory ind bealingvir tuessurpassanytbingelsc on record .aodisSa- tura s great any. Erysipelas and Salt Rbenn A re two of the most common and viruleut dis ordersprevalent on this continent, to these the Ointment isespecially antagonistic its "nours opekaxoi" is first to eradicate the venom and then complete the core. Bad Leg, Old Sores, and Ulcers. Cases of many years standing that have perti naciously tefuted to yield to any other remedy r treatment, have invariable succumbed to a ew applications of this powerful unguent s2rupllons ou thcSRin. Arisingfrom a bad state of the blood orehron o disease are eradicated, and a clear and transparent surface regained by the restorative actio i of this Ointment. It surpasses many of the cosmetics and other toilet appliances in its power to dispel rashes and other disfigurements ot tne tace. Piles and Fistula. Every form and feature f these prevalentand stubborn disorders lseradicated locally anden- tirclv bv the use of this em ilient: warm fonnn- tj, tions should nrecede its annl icntion. It 9 Ileal ing qualities will be found to be thorough and invariable. Both the Ointment and the Pills should b used in the follow inq cast s : Bunions, Mercurial Eruptions. Swelled Glands. Burns, Piles. Sare Legs, Stiff Joints, Chapped Hands, Rheumatism. Sore Breasts Sprains, Tetter, Chilblains, Bingworm, Ulcen Fistula, SaltKheum, Sore Thraa ts. Gout Venereal Sores. Scalds, Sore of all kinds Woundsof all kinds, Lumbago, Skin Diseases 1ST CATTTIOX! None are genuine nnless the worda "Holloioay. Ntvi York and London," are dlsceernable as a Water-mark in every leaf of the book of directions arnund each p t or box; the same n.ay be plainly seen by holding the lief to the light. A handsome reward will be given to any one rendering such information as may lead to the detection of any partror par ties counterfeiting the medieinces or vending the same, knowing them to be spurious. .Sold at the Manufactories of Professoi Hollow at, 50 Maiden Lane, New York, and 244 Strand, London, bv all respectable Druggist and Dealers in Medicine throughout the United States and the civilized world, in pots, at 2f cents, GSK cents, and 1 each. J5There isa considerable savingby takttt the larger sizes. X. B Directionsfor the guidanceof patient in every disorder are affixed to each pot. July 3. 1858. ly Change ! Change ! THE undersigued having bought out the GROCEKY aud BAKERY, formerly owned by Messrs. Lax is A 1!loomkiklh. would mos respectfully iuform the citizens of Eaton, an surrounding country, that it is their iuteutio to keep constantly on baud a large, wcll-selec ed stock of BAKERY. THE undersigned, haviug iu their employ, an experienced Baker, are now well prepared tdTurnish iu large and small quantities, upon short notice, CAKES, TARTS. BRIDAL CAKES, and CRACKERS, of every ri-Tiptioo. ESTThose in the CO'.ti'trv who deal in this line, will find it to their advantage In give ns a call. March 18, :853. MITCHELL & GOULD. Drs. Crura e and Fours- GEN 1512 A t PRAt5TiriONERS. Have entered into a copartuershi in the prac tice of Medicine, Surgery and Midwifery. in the town and vicinity of Eaton; and will" attend promptly re, all business offered in the line of their profession. Ottice adjoining Dr. Crume's residence. Persons indebted to said Dr.Crume will please eall on him and settle. December 31st, 1557 12m. "T&kSsTB&ha Atn Wrn jDR. 0. PHELPS BROWN, f THE GREAT C17RER OF COSSUMP- TIOS, was for severalyearsso b d ly afll it ed by Dyspepsia, that for'a ptrt of the time h was confined to his bed. He was eventually cure l by a prescription furnished him bym youus clairvoyant girl. This prescription gfv ot, ln nv bov a nierechi 1 d while in state ef trance.ha cured everybody who has take it, never having failed once. It is equally as ually as Tha tore I a U. V aura in cases et r ns as oi mvspepsia. in ingredients may be found in any drug sto 1 Wlllsenu 01 1 8 i.mnuic f r i j-imii any- person on tne receipt or on stiaip pay postage. Address Dr. O. PHELIB BROWN Ifo. 21 Grand strast, Jrsy City, K . i Sep- 22. 1858-8 mo. THOMPSON A HARRIS Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, WILLpracticcin Preblcand td'oiningcoun. tics. Allbusincsfentrustedto their care will meet with prompt attention . Office on Har ronStrcet,tlirecdoorsnorthof Vanausdal'f store Eaton, Ohio. Feb. 8. 1855 Motherys save Your Children. KEMP'S VEGETABLE WORK PASTILLE They aie infallible for the cute of INTERNAL WORMS! The peculiar properties which belong to Kemp's L. 2enge," have never before been combined in any preparation. I bey are at tractive to ilie eye, aa a Sweatmoat of Deliciom Flavor rapid, yet harmless in their operation, com posed solely of VEGETARLfc MTERIAL, and require no Mercury lo oe taken before or alter them. They do men worn more mo roughly than any f the nauseous Vermifuges of the day. THE PRIMARY CAUSE OF DEATH is considered by the most distinguished Phy sicinns, to be worms among children, li is scarcely necessary, therefore, lo put motlieis on tneir guard against this insidiouscomplainl or to recommend lliein to lake prompt steps to remove it by Ike use of the only true remedy KEM PS PASTILLES, presented in s-jeh a palatable form, thai cliildrentake ihemeagerlv without coaxing. Sold by D. T. LANMAN & KEMP, 69 Water Street, New York, snd by all druggists, at 25 cents per bottle. For sale bv HROOKINS A SON. April 3, l"8f7 ly. HOWAltD ASSOCIATION. Important Announcements ' I'O all personsaffiicled ill.Sexualdiseases J. such as Seminrl Weakness, Impotence Gonnorbeca, Gleet, Sc., $c. Tlie Howard Association of Philadelphia, in view of ibe awful destruction of human life and bealtb caused by Sexual diseases, an ) ibeiicceptions whichare practiced u non the unfortunate vic tim of si'ch disease; byquacks, have directed theii Consulting Surgeon, ns a charitable act worthy of their name, to give medical advice gratis, to all persons tliusafllicied, (Male oi Female,) who apply by letter, with a descrip tion of their condition , (age, occupation, hab its of life, &c.,) and in cases of extreme pov erty and suffering to furnish medicine free Charge. The Howard Association is a benevolenl institution, established by spec ia I endowment, lot the relief of the sick a nd distressed, of- Aicted with "Viiulent and Epidemic Diseas es," and its runps can be used for no other purpose. It has now a surplus ol means which I he Directors have voted to auveriisr the above notice. Ilis needless to add that Ibe Association commands I he highest Medi cal skill of the age, and will furnish the most annrovad modtrntreatment. valuable advicr also given lo sick anil nervous females, af flicted Willi ADComtlll weakness, omo Comnlaint. Costiveness, Leucorrl.oefl, :c. Address.' nosl paid.) Dr.tiKORGE rt. LaLUOfN, Consulting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth Si reef, iladelpl.in, Pa. EZR D. HE' RTWBLL, res't. GroroeFaibciuld, Secretary . , July 12, 1855. Iyml2. DPiUGS, MEDICINES DYE STUFFS, SlG. J. P. JBROOK1NS & SO SL, Baron St., Eaton, O., Wholesale and Ilet.ail Dealers in American English, French and German Drugs, medicines, Clieinicnls, PsmJtatti, Oils, Brushes, tUlass, I'uttv, Perfumery, Patent fflediclncs Ac. T7E beg leave to cull the attention of the VV public toour we1.! selected stock which we offer on the most favorable terms. Hav!ii! the advantage of many years practical experi ence in the business, they with confidence, defy competition, both in regard to qualit and price of Iheir articles. Particular attention , aidto Physicians pro scriptions. Eaton, Jnly26, I8S5. DR. ITLTOli' AMERICAN PILLS. JOV TO THE AFFLICTED. YOUNG AMERICAN VICT0BI0TJS1 One small box of Pills cures uinety-nine cases jut of a hundred. No Balsam, no Mercury.no odor on the breath, no fear of detection. Two small pills a dose: tasteless and harmless water. Full directions are given so that the patient can cure himself s certain, as witn tne advice of the most experienced surpeon, and much better than with the advice of one oflittle experience iu this class or disease. SENT BY MAIL TO ANY PART OF THE COUNTRY by enclosing one dollar to Dr D. Walton. No lS4 North Seventh St. below Race, Philadelphia. A liberal discount to the traae. None genuine without the written signature U. G. Walton, Proprietor. Dr. W.'streatmenl for Self-abuse, Weakness 4c .is entirely different from the usual course Ir. W. has cuted hnnd-eda who have fried .a.... nut benefit. The treat men t is certain to cure a s the sun i s to rise. Enclose a stamn.and addres.-Dr. W asaoove, giving rn i. wi.m v of vour case. and voti will bless the dav you made ttic eimn ro secure what is ccr- tain RADICAL CUKK. Feb. 4. 1858. ly. R. S. DULLER & CO., MARBLE DEALERS. Cornerof Main Ik Baron streets, West of the Court House. Eaton, O.. Keep conslantl von hand allkilld of Ameri can and Italian MA ItUI.E. Terms reasonable, and satisfaction ''iveu in all cases. Januarys, 1S57 tf. PAIRBANK'S CEl.EliRATKI) SCALES, No. 7 FRONT street. Cincinnat TBABER AUBERY Agents. FAIRBANKS & O:, Agents, 139 If road way, New York .Itilvll N A T I O NA L HOTEL PROPRIETOR, WARREN JEFFERSON. On MAIN STREET, East of the Court House EATON, OHIO. Good Stabling for Forty or xtity norses Aug, 20 MEDICAL NOTICE. DOCTOR R. WOODY would respectfully an nounce to the citizens of Treble ounty that he has permanently located in the Town o Eaton, for the purpose of practicing biaprefea- in. To those who are uuucqtiainted with bis practice, he would say. that he lias beu ug ged in constant practice for the last twenty years. From the success that he has had here tofore, he Hatters hmself that he will be able to give satisfaction, i n at 1 cases that may eorue under bis care and management. O0i and residence o Uaron Street, in J . Ucblbt s bw building. NATIONAL HOTEL, CAMDEN STREET, BALTPIOHE. lid . NCAEI.V OPPOS1VE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD DEPOT P. J.liHTHOOW, Proprietor. Through passengers take meals at the National . o as O. of a "Man Know Thyself." An Invaluable Book for 25 Cents. "Ever Family should have a Copy . ' ' DR. HUNTERS MEDICAL MANUAL AND HANDDOOK, FOR TEE AFFLICTED con taining an outline of tie origin, progress, treatment and cur of every form of disease contracted by promiscuous sexual inter course, by self -abuse, or by sex ual excass with advice for their prevention written ina faini liarstyle , a voiding all medical technicalities and . very-thing that would offend the ear of decency. Testimony of the Vrufessor of Ob .tetric in Penn. College, Philadelphia Dr. HUN , TEtt'ts MKDIC'AL MANUAL.' The author of this work. unlike the majority of those whoaui-ertise to cur the uiseaaasoi wnicn Wit treats, s a Graduate of one of the best Col (Olegesin the United States. It affords me pleasure to recommend him to the unfortu Z. nate, or the victim of mal -practice, s a sue UUcessful and experienced practitioner, il I whose honor and integrity they may place thejrreatest continence. Joseph Loxoshoke, M D $ From A. Woodward M . D. of Pa. University O It gives me pleasure to add my testimony to the professional ability of the Author or the Mnlirnl Manual." Numerous eases of Di - 3aaMf the Genital Organs, some of them of "long standing, have oome under my notice in which his ski II has been manifest in resto Zring to perfect health, m some instances where the patient bat been considered be nt vond medical aid. In the treatment of sem- er inrl vkh. or disarrangement of the a& functions produced by self-abuse, or excess 0r venery. I ao not snow ins supenoi me .i.,nnn 1 have been cncainted with the r . , - . 4 a .... m ; t Autnor wnm1 nun j j c.i ... - - - - "' then justice to him a well as a kindness to the nnfortunate victim oi earij iumatrcwn , iu re commend him asooe.in whose professional!!! and intcgritv they may safelyconfide themselre Alfrio Woodwabd. M. D. tine conv. securelv enveloped will be forwar ded free of postage to any part of the Cn led States, for 25 cents, or 8 enptesfor 1 .00 Cjr-AddressCOSDBN A CO., Publisher, Box 197, rtiilaaeipnia. pj-Bookeilers.Cnvasea and Box Agent supplica on inemosc noerai terms. Dec. 10.1357 ly "Morse's Indian Root pill tAVTION. Merchats and Traders will be on tbet guard and not be imposed oj on by Ccm- terleit or .Morse's Inuisn ttooi i-iii. signet A. It Mtu.rm All Pennine Indian Itoo rills have I La name and Mernatui c of A.J White A Co. on each box. j IiR. MORSE, the -Inventor f MOR.E : INDIAN' UOOT PILLS, hasapent the great cr partof his life in traveling, bavins; visit ed Europe Asia and Africa a wtllasNortl Amnrira has sbbMbs three vers among tin 1 n.li,i iw of our V est e i n CMintrv -it Wa . i. . i . ti. t.ll. . u..o 1 ' 1 11. wen- firsl Xdiseovered. Dr. Morse waatbe Srst man is. establish the fact that all diseases c rote A Xfrom IMI'CHITY CFTnE BLOOD that onrX streugth. health and life deinsnd upon thisX XvitalUuid. A.J.WHITKACO X X ftoLeonird Street, New lor. X Dr- Morse's INDIAN ROOTPILLS. UU MOUSE, the iuvenlor of M OKRM.'iS I N iIAS KOOT 1'ILUJ, baa spent the greater part of his life in traveling, having visited Europe. Asia, and Africa aa well as North America iias spent three years among the Indians of our Western couutry U was iu thi way that the Indian Root Pitts wer rl dirsti vered. Dr. Morse was the first mar to establii-b the fact that all diseases arise from 1M1CB1TY OK THE ULOOO that our strength, health and l.fia fteiM-udrd unoii thisvital nuid. Wheu the various passages become clogged, and do u it act iu harmony with the different fuuetioas of the bdv, the dUhkI losesits action. becomes thick, corrupted and diseased; thus causiii" all pains, sicitue-st aou utsiressoi taerj name: our strength is exhausted, onr health w are deprived ef, anu tr nature is nor assisieu in throwingoil'tlie stagnant humors, the bio d will become choked and cease to act, cud thus our light of life will be forever blown out- How important then that we should keen the various passages of the body free and "pro. Aud bow pleasant to us that" we have it in our ower to put a medicine in your reach, namely, Morse's; Indian Root I'llls mauuiactu -eu irom piauts ndian Hoot i-.us manu.ac.u eu .rum p.au,. nd roots wli-ch Trow around the mountainous; cliffs in Nature's rardeu.for t'le health and re covery of disease 1 man. One of the roots from which these I'illsare made isa Sudorific, which op, ns the pores of the skin, and assists Nature iu thrt'iviug out the liner parts of the corruption within, i ne second is a plant wiiicb isan Ex pectorant, thai opens snd unclogs the passage to the lun;', and thus, in sooth ng manner, perfo ms its duty bv throwing oa' phlegm, and other humors' iron, the lungs by -opiousspilting. Tbet lird is a ' liuretic. which gi vt s ease and do ih e str ugih to the kidne . . tl us ercour i ged, liev draw arge aniouuts of impurit rem ti.e biood, which is then thrown out bountifully bv the uriuarv or water passage, aim wbicn could uot have been diseharg d in any othe war. i he fourth is a Cathartic, and aceomn lies the other properties of the Tills while en- n-an-cd iu nurifying the blood : the coarscrparti clesof impurity whieli cannot pass by the other outlets, are thus taken up nuu co:.veycu on in great qunitiiies by the bowels. From the abovei it is shown that Dr. Morsc'i Indian ltoot Tills not onlv enter the stomach but become united with the blood, for they find way to every part, aud completely rout out and lusai the svste.n from all impurity, and the life of the bodv, which is the blood, becomes perfectly healthy; consequently all sickness and pain is driven from the svstem.for they cannot remain when the body becomes o pure and clear. The reason why peopleare so distressed when sick, and whv ao many die, is because they do not get tr medicine which will pass to the afflict- & . . j ... i. :n u . i eu parrs, anu en.es w... vs .m umuiu. pas sage for the disease to be cast out; hence, large quaut.ryot foodaotlothermntter is lodged, and the stomach and intestines are literally overflowing with the corrupted mass; thus un" dergoingdisagrceabfe fermentation, c nstanth mixing with the blood, which throws the cor rupted mn Iter through eve.y vein aud artery, until life is taken from the bodyby disease. Dr. Morse's TILLS have added to themselves victo ry, bv restoring millions of the sick to blooming healtlianrt liappiness. i es, inousanoswi.oi-.ave been racked or tormented wilh sickness pain and anrruish . n nd whose feebleframcs have b-cn socrehed bv the burning elementsof ragingfe ver.and wlio have brought, as it were, within a step of the silent grave, now stand ready te testily tpat they woitiu nave oeen niimuered with file dcsil . bad it not been for this great and wonderful medicine, Morse's Indian Roo Tills. Aftci' one or two doses bad beou taken, they were astonished, ami absolutely surprised, in witiiessinir tlrL-ir eharniiug effects. Not cnlv do they give immediate ease and strength, and takeaway jAl sickness, pain and anguish, but they at once go to work at the foundation of the disease, which is the blood. Thcrcfore.it will be shown, especially by those wl.o use these Tills, tliat tbey will so cleanse and pnrify, that disease that deadly enemy wiuiaKeiisuigut, and the flush of youth aud beauty will again re turn, and Hie prospect or a long anu nappy lire will cherish and brighten your days CAUTION. Bewnre of a Counterfeit signed A B. Moore- All g. n'iine have the name of A. J. White A Cn on eaeh box. Also the signa ture of A. J. White Si Co. All others are sgu. rious. A. J. WHITE a CU., Hole rroprtetors. 51 Leorard Street, New York. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills arc sola by an Dealers in medi cines. Agents wanted in every town, village and hamlet in the land. Parties desir ing the agency will address as above for term!-. .Price 25 cents per box, five boxes will be sent on receipt of $1, postage paid. Dec. 21, 1857 ly- FARiHEBS LOOK HERE. The Subscribers are prepared to pay cash and the highest market price for all kinds of OBAIN, WHEAT, RYE. CORN, BARLEY AND OATS. Also, FLAXSEED. TIMOTHY and CLOVER SlCKD. Thcv respectfully request farmers t rive them a "call before they sell They keep Kokomo cut Shingles on hand nt al 1 times, for sale low for cash, at their lirick Warehouse, near the K- R Dept. aug. ;7'o3 J I..& J.W.11RUCE- BraSHbscrilie lor tlie Ociuocrat. Mi I f i THE BLOOD AND EXPEL r w w . w. w rw - ' . A . . Bi BRISTOL'S SABSArAlifLI-A fl-r n ordeal Of OVtJ TWETV VEASS, lhi greatoriginal remedy, from which a numeroo clsst of imitations have sprung, stsndswtnia- peacbedsndnnppracbstie. """ tnred bj the present proprietors, u. l jsbip' MAN . litSMf, wun iropiovcu from tfce choicest . . EX0 NEGRO BAHBArAfUliiaJa, vm WARRANTED nmB T rSrtT or undergo any chemical change in the arafaa- eat climates. It is sllowed by tha unanimous opinmn Physicians, by eiperimental proof, and ever form or evidence wnicn can give niurimt-j le pablie statements, to be the mot powerf REMEDIAL AGE T roa Serofula, Consumption, Liver Complaint, and all ulcerous, craptive, pulmonary and bilious diseases, acting directly upon the EtEMEIf-rs OF THE BLOOD Il neutralizes the virns, which generates cuteneous and glandular affections, imprl new vitality to the ' ream ot life, aad restores the vitiated secretions to s healthy condition. BRISTOL' SJSARSAPARILL A isiu valuable as a curs folsftie following diseases : Bstbms, Dropsy, General Debility Carrennoas. Dry Eiuptions, Indigestion, Bowel Compl't Erysipelss, Neuralgia, Consumption, Fever Sf Ague, Serorols, Ctacer, Female Cemplaini s, Sail Rheaa. SOLD BY D.T.latman k Krmp.Wliolfsnk- VrnRittt, 69 WATER ST., HEW Y0BK, And by all Druggists, at pss vaaaas For sale bv J I' BROOKIN8 A SON. April 9, 1861. ly COME AND SEE. J. CHAMBER8T l ,,rtment of Clocks, Watches, J and Fascv Oooi. Among mir gW and a Marie, Hnplex, Cy'enrtcr. fceajiit, fcn Hutch, French, aud bwis vt a tehee. found the AMERICAN LETLB. These watches are made "out and out in A mr- iea, nd eacn watco tea acctmwnieu guara anteefrom theManutaetiirer. w e nav m a number :o boui Ijvo an county, and none cls tiartt i rovt'd so nearlv ner- fecl. Among our Eight Day Twenty Four and Alanr " er wcoi 3 xeew. may be found the -'Frcem and Dayton." d"ee Wag," 'Washington," and rsrioi other styles of l'earl Tulair Rosewood and Mahogan) eases. Cameo, Gold Stone, mosaic, cornelian, mourn ing. pearl, emerald, garuet. tnrkniac, jet ic cluster, set breast pins, ear and finger rinys, irold, coral, iet, boue and hair wristlets, roM i ens nun silver uoiuers. guara.v fob and vest chains, shirt studs, ladies gold neck chains, tonth picks, hooks, gold, silver and wooden pencils: Indies and irents shawl puis, wtll-tw and leather work baskets, fancy glass and simI boxes. tv watches, gold anil jet crosses. KAZOK8, Toy kul res and forks, carbers, cologne, ha i r oil. essences, extract, curtain bands and knobs, readv retference files, bankes wallets, money belts, rn-zor strops, salt spoones. sugar t ng. kot scis.ors. tweexers, I. POCKET ROOKS. acissor. steel pen, spi-ck eases, tooth, hat. hsir and nailbrushes, eomt.a.n p'ns,nckei book. and I'OUIli MC-XSAItS. Shaving boxes so-p. strops, compn IW - chains, kevy, tors, balls, T II EKIUOIUET TUS. CHINA VASES. French ' i tnographic prints, gilt moulding, thi sa bles, telescopes, spy glasses, key-ritig. spacta- nnd etininicrcial note pi'er. puzzling niaj.s. p frunn, tiahtiipT rods, reels, line?. liok?, cand itticks. n utters, topers. hair brushes, pocket, puff side neck, tine and tuck combs, sltirl button v-" flers, eu Id genuine barlowes. IIre, fltniM spoons. Butter knives, brittanla lamp, scaling wax.cnab links, tw smoothing irons, gnn caps, coral, amber i jet, class, satin, bugle .ml wax beads, c In -na, sink, and wooden tov dishes, tin. willow atfaj indian rubber rattles: Match b- xes, indis rnbhr dolls and doll heads, cigar cases, tobacco airl snuff boxes, sun glasses, crocliett needles, pock et yard sticks, spaying needles, dutch pipe, small fancy scented baskets, slate pencils, terra otta ana SHEET musics banjoes, accord eon a. -usic boxes, tambou rines, clarionettes. nurcs. n res, flageolets, pie caloes. frencb and jews harps, tuning fork. preceptors, strings nnd nuts, Clock and Walsh materials ot al i hinns constant y on nana. Vegetable irorv needle cases, thimbles, bell. whistle pin-cushions. rattlesand tape measures BIRD C40ES and nests, white-wax bal Is. cigar hold ers, li I ly white serving bird s. toilet p'sj rolls, ivory foot rules, Hritania teuji la. dles.fjather dusters, court plaster, Buffalo and India rubber hair p'ns, mil tooth-picks, ivosw tablets, bugle beads, jumping ropes, clarions reeds, steels. etc. J - CHAMBERS. Eaton. Feb ft. 1857. ly UNITED STATES HOTEL. SOUTH-WEST CORNER OF SIXTH ARB WALHTJT STREETS, CINCINNATI, OHIO W.ARNOLD 8l Co ., Frofrif tcrs . F. DEGROOT. , Assistants'. C. P. THUM, (srcCESSOB TO AUIIB B.J?6aT.) MERCHANT TAILOR, A.VD MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF CEOTH1NO. Baron Street, 2 doors North of Mhto KATON, OHIO. Kov. 2$, 1857 ly PURIFY wnrr, Ba wil W NOTICE Is hcrebTgiren thst the duly appointed snd qualified asthe Adminis. trator of the Estate of Jacob Peters, late of Preble eoanty, Ohio, deceased. Xor. Is, 5s. drsi'r. NOTICE Is hereby given, that the undersigned has beer, dutv appointed and qualified as the Admini strator of the Estate of tretrn A. Falvery, late of l'reblc countv. Ohio, dee'd. JOHN V. CAMPBKtL. . 18, Adtn'r.