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Titootheos Jeema Augustus Brown
Took cold into hu head,
And sneezed from morn till night, until
He wished that he was dead. ,
"I'll take my worthless life," aaid hp,
And took his razor down;
But then he changed his mind, and tho't
'Twoald easier be to drown.
He walked unto the water's edge,
Loud sneezing as he went ;
But he stayed to say his prayers, until
Bis courage all was spent
And then he thought of other plans
To cut his thread of life,
And wondered which least painful was,
The halter or the knife.
At length, in sheer despair, he strolled
To where Sue Jenkins dwelt;
And, sneezing his apologies,
Before her face be knelt.
He told her he was tired of life,
And knew not what to do,
If she would not consent to bo
His dearly loved A-tebool
She did consent, though modestly,
And soon become his bride;
Yet still he swears thai, he will end
His life by Suey's tide I
Little or Nothing.
Diligence is a fair fortune, and indus
try a good estate.
It is the last ostrich-feather that
breaks the husbands back.
A man is obliged to keep lus word
when no one will take it,
.Very few persons have sense enough
to despise the pruise of a fool.
What goes most against a farmers
grain T His renping machine.
Life is a beautiful night in which as
some stars go down others rise.
The best way to humble a proud man
is not to take any notice of him.
Mr. Everett is said to be engaged to
be married to a fashionable Southern wid
ow. According to a bachelorhorteculturc
the genuine domestic evergreen is a hus
band. Japanese Tommy expects to return to
this country and study English and Naviga
tion. ......It is said that parsons ''help us to
die," but perhaps doctors do quite as much in
Be careful how vou lent. Tim netted
joke of the season may be a very unseasona
The lack of money is a weight upon
the bosom; the possession of it a heaviness
in the chest
The lightning burntthe undershirt off
ota man named Allen, near Iowa City, late
ly leaveing him unhurt
......Those women who are most loved by
their own sex are precisely thoso who are
most loved by the other.
Lola Montez is rapidly Hearing her
end, at the residence of a friend, at Astoria,
L. I., near New York city.
Men talk of educating the eye. Why
should the eye not be a desirable scholar ?
Because it is very refractory.
The girl who succeeds in winning the
true love of a true man makes a lucky hit,
and is herself a lucky mitt.
A San Salvador paper says that more
than fifty shocks ef earthquake were experi
enced there in one day in the month of July.
An Eastern religiousiournal estimates
that, at the present rate of decrease, in twen
ty years thero will not be a Quaker in the
Don't live in hope with your arms
folded; fortune smiles on those who roll up
their sleeves and put their shoulders to the
A telescope of extraordinary power is
in COUrse of erection at the Paris Ohaorvatu-
ry. It is said to have a magnifying power of
The forenoon Is the best time to hare
a photograph taken, as the morninor sun nro-
duces better effects than can be obtained af
ter twelve o clock.
A debntoing club lately discussed the
important question, "whether a roosters
knowledge or day-break is the resnlt of oh
nervation or instinct"
The ladies ought never to be Abolition-
ists. The abolition of slavery would destroy
ine couon culture, ana we know that cotton
is very near their hearts.
Hon. Edward Everett is to open the
course ol lectures which will be delivered
before the Mercantilo Library Associa
tion of iioston, this winter.
It is generally only in great minds
that we see great inconsistencies of charac
ter; the rest are more of a price, and one
quulity seems to drag another after it
A medical journal says that single
women have the headache more than mar
ried ones. That may be: but don't married
men have the headache oftener than single
There are fifty seven cities in the
world which contain from 100,000 to 200,000
inhabitants, twenty three from 200,000 to
00,000, and twelve which contain above
"My dear Julia," said one pretty girl
to another, "can you make up your mind to
marry that odious Mr. Snuff" "Why my
dear Alary," replied Julia, "I believe I could
take him at a pinch I"
Some of the working tailors of Buffalo
are on a strike for higher wages. It is stat
ed that at present prices a man with the as
sistance of his wife can onlymake from throe
to four dollars a week.
A Mr. Richardson, of Ireland, lately
attempted to get off the cars of the Dublin
and Kingston Railway when in motion. The
railway company prosecuted .him, and had
kim fined 2, as a warning to others.
Thero was a small explosion in the
Boston FostoJiceon Saturdav. occasioned
by the stamping of a letter in which one of
tneUmous "burglar's, alarms" was inclos
ed. The envelop Was torn to pieces, and
the ilerks thought of infernal machines; but
the tamage was confined to the burst letter.
.. v " " ' ;:." ' '
.The latest Boston excitement is about
"the railroad conductor jrilh the flower in
his mouth,": '' It appears thai this pleasant
fellow has a conservatory of hie own, and
that he never enters a car at morning, noon,
or night In summer or any other season,
without having between bin lips a flower
plucked from his own bower.
o o L r !
Clocks & Watches,
Has just received a large k splendid stock of
Clocks, Watches,' Jewelry
His stock of WATCHES consists, in part of
hne (Jold and Oliver Knglish Levers, Duplex,
ana Cylinder Escapement, and the justly
A splendid assortment ot
of all the various styles and prices, from the
most celebrated manufactories.
Gold-Stone, Masonic, A Mourning, Cor
nelian, Pearl, Emcr-rn!d, Garnet,
turquois.Jotand Clus- 7ter-Set Breast
Pins, Ear and Finger R'ng9 Gold,
Coral, Jet, Bone and Pair Wristlets, Gold
Pens and Silver Holders, Guard Fob ahd
Vest Chains, Shirt Studs, Ladies Gold Neck
Chains, Tooth Picks Guard Hooks, Gold,
Silver and Wooden Pencils, Ladies and Gents
aliawl 1 ins, Willow and Leather Work Bas
kets, Fancy Glass and Wooden Boxes, Toy
watches, Uold and Jet Crosses,
Butter Knives, Brittnnin Lamps, Sealing
Wax, SLEEVE BUTTONS, Coat Links, Toy
Mnoolbing irons, rocket Knives, Kazors,
Gun Caps, Coral, Amber, Jet, Glass, Satin,
Bugle and Wax Beads, China, Zinc and
Wooden Toy Dishes, India Rubber, Tin and
Willow Rattles, Stilettoes, Crochet Needles.
Match Boxes, India Rubber Dolls and Doll
Heads, Cicar Cases, Tobacco and Snuff Box
es, Sun Glasses, Butcher Knires, Pocket
lard sticks, bpaymg Needles, Dutch Pipes,
Small Fancy Scented Bnskets. Slate Pencils.
Terra Cotta and China Vases, French Lith
ographic Print ; Gilt Moulding for Picture
Frames. Telescopes, . Spectacles, Goggles,
ing Rings, Key
Rings, Spy Glass
Fools-Cap and Commercial Note Paper,
Puzzling Maps, Pop Guns, Fishing Rods,
Reels, Lines and hooks, Candlesticks, Snuff
ers, Tapers, Hair Brushes, Pocket, Puff, Side,
Neck, Fine and Tuck Combs, Shirt Buttons,
Wafers, Seals, Horse Fleams; Port Monies,
Razors, Cologne, Hair Oils, Essence Ex
tracts, Curtain Bands and Knobs, Ready Ref
erence Files, Bankers Wallets, Money Belts,
Kazor otropes, loy
KNIVES & FORKS,
Carvers Salt Spoons Sugar Tongs, Casters,
Mutton Hole scissors, J weezers, Lump fccis
sors, Steel Pens, Pocket Books, Soap, Com
passes, Watch Chuins, Keys, Toys, Balls, Ice.
Guitars, Banjos, Accordions,
Flutiuns, Music Boxes, Tambon
rincs, Clarionets,Flutes, Piocalos
Fifes, Flageolets, French and Jews Harps,
Tuning Forks, Precentors, Strimrs. Screws.
Ac. To the ubovo large and varied assort
ment have - ..'
JUST BEEN ADDED :
Bullet La- . yftr?rf- Forks for
dies, Beef ,y QO?r5Ki i hle use
Pounders Av?)jAT ilSl? M o u s e
Sad Iron ' ' 1 1 1 ffiff." IT r a p s,
Stands, Jr?J Ylm 5vSC 0 c o a
Lanterns, Wirj, V VXlJf Diners.
CakeTur-, XtMMK jX Waiters,
ners.Meat -W". dustpani
Forks, Wad Cutters, Ram rod Tins. Wads.
Tube Wrenches, Shot Charges, Skates, Mince
Meat Cutters, Bleaching Brushes.
Jiutlers Writing Fluid, and
IAL Blackning; Slates, Spool
Stands, Whisker Brushes, ShoV
els and Tongs, Clothes Pins. Slaw Cutters.
Hand Brooms or Whisks Spice Boxes, Pep
per do., India Rubber Drinking Cups, Spring
Balances, Dog Chains, Patch Boxes and Pa
per Dolls, and a host of other Notions which
he has not time or room to enumerate.
Coffee Mills, Screw Drivers,
Luther's Shears, Scribe Awls,
BONNET PINS, NEEDLE CASES,
Sand Paper, Carpet Tacks,
. WHITEWASH BRUSHES,
BED AND TABLE CASTERS,
HANDLED A UGER BITS,
, TRANSPARENT SLATES,
'Paper Furniture, for Children,
He solicits all those who are In search of
anything in bis line, to give him a call.
Eaton, August 23, 1860. tf
FALL & WINTER
Received direct from New York and
WE are in receipt of a very large and
well assorted stock of foreign and do
Boots, Shoes, Carpets, Hard-
, ware, Queensware,
Carriage Trimmings, ftc, ftc.
Our Goods are purchased exclusively for
dish, k in many cases of the manufacturers.
Our long experience in the trndc and our
facilities for purchasing where Goods are :
will be our guarantee that while we sell no
Goods higbr, and a very large portion of
our uooas arc soia ociow tuq ,L ' ;
Please give us a call and satisfy yourslvcs
before purchasing elsewhere.
C. VANAUSDAL 4 CO.
Eaton, Sept 20, 18G0. 5-tf
"Roots and Leaves will be for the healing of
Madame Victorine Eollard,
rilHE great Eurocau Clairvoyant of the
jL 10th century, and world renowned Heal
ing Medium of the age, has arrived in Cin
cinnati, and established an Infermary nt No.
271 Walnut strt.. opposite Walnut St. House.
This wonderful Lady has been traveling
through Europe Bnd West Indies, South
America, California, and the United States,
for the last thirteen years, and has been en
dowed from her birth with a supernatural
gift to snch an astonishing decree, that she
convinces the most skeptical of her won
derful powers, in snort, through the assis
tance of some superior power she is endow
ed with the Healing Art Madame Hollard
is a Physician indecdl She cures the follow
ing complaints in their most obstinate sta
Diseases of the Throat, Lungs, Heart,
Liver, Stomach, Dropny in the Chest,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Fits or Falling Sick
ness and all other Norvous Derangements.
Also, diseases of the Blood, such as the
Scrofula, Erysipelas, Cansers, Fever Sores,
Leprosy and all other Complicated Chronic
All forms of Female difficulties attended
to with the happiest results.
It is hoped no one will despair of a cure
until they have given Mud. II. 's medicine a
trial During her travels, she has been the
instrument in God's hands of restoring to
health and vigor, thousans who were on the
verge of the grave, and who are now living
monuments of her skill and successful treat
ment, and are daily exclaiming, "blessed be
the day when first we saw and partook of
Madame Hollard's unrivaled medicines."
Satisfactory references will be cheerfully
given when required. Madame, it. will
pledge her reputation and stake her all to
make permanent cures in all cases which
Her modo of examination is with a Clair-
voynnt eye, or second si"ht. She therefore
asks no questions, nor does she rcquiro inva
lids to explain symptoms; telling tltcir cause
and location with so much satisfaction us to
merit and receive the confidence of all who
have consulted her. - - .
When pair! and anguish wring tlio brow,
Administering angel thou;
I give such balms as have no strife,
When nature's or the luws of life. ' '
N. B. Madame Hollard absolutely adver
tises nothing but what she has full ability to
Persons living at a distance by giving
statement of their cases will be attended to
flQTPont office Box 159!).
A. A. SEIBERT,
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, , EATON, OHIO, ...
TT'EEPS constantly on hand and for sale
L all kinds ot
Heavy and Light, Double and Mingle,
ALSO A FIXE LOT OF .
BUGGY AND WAGON WHIPS,
(Jr., jj-e. " '
and all articles usually kept in a Harness
Maker Shop, BQUShop on Baron street, 2
doors North of J. P. Brooking & Son's drug
8 lore. .
N. B. Old Carriages repaired and re-trim
mod, on short notice, and in good style.
&aton, August ii, 1B0U. tt
TIN-WARE AND STOVES !
rpiHE subscriber would call the atteution of
JL his old friends and customers to his
present JbUxik of excellent .
of every variety usually kent in Tin Shorn.
He also keeps constantly on hand tha la
test ana most approved patterns ot
COOKING & PARLOR STOVES,
all of which he will sell a low as (an be pur
chased elsewhere In the couuty.'
He is also prepared to attend to oil orders for
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
on reasonable terms, (The work warranted.
. IQuAll orders for Repairing attended - to
on short notice; and the work done in snch
manner as to render general satisfaction.
His shoo still kept at the old stand, one
door North of the Odd Fellows' Building,
All articles In his liua sold at such rates
Eaton, August 23, J660, If
Blood Purifier and Blood PiUs!
'.v.v. .... .. ! ': ': '-J
Tvn tt i ntrct
When Dr. Roback, tho celebrated Swedish
Physician, introduced his Blood Purifier and
Blood Pills in the United States, he set forth
in plain language their curative properties.
This was years ago. The task of recom
mending them has since been taken out of
hit hands. Enlightened men whose charac
ter tor sound judgment and philosophy, gives
inuii upiiuuus weigni in lue cuuiniuiiiiy, men
wno observe, retlect, and make "assurance
doubly luraf before, they deoide--ar every
where approving and urging the use of these
wonderful Preparations. All who confide in
the wisdom and honesty of this class, or who
chose to investigate for themselves are now
ot one mind on this important subject
Dr. Jloback invites the attention of the
sick to the
ORIOraAL LETTERS, ' ' ' ' '
from members of the Medical Profession,
Editors of P;;ihjcuriints, well known Mer
chants nni'TVpiarS, nnd Ladies of the high
est respoctnbv.fty, giving accounts of extra
ordinary cures wrought by the remedies, of
wmcu cures incy inemseives were r
These pnrties may be consulted personally
or by letter, by thoso who have any doubt
upon the subject The evidence in tho pos
session of Dr. Roback, which is nt all times
accessible to tha public, establishing the fol-
' - ' tacts: - -
That the Blood Purifier and Blood Tills
have been proved.by analysis to
COXTAIK NO MINERAL,
That they cure the almost universal com
with unerring certainty, and in a very short
time. I hat alter all other medicines have
proved useless, they relieve - 1
and restore the health and strength of the
sufferer. That rick rKMAl.cs,
who have languished for years in helpless
weakness and despondency, rccupcrato with
great rapidity under their, invigorating oper
ation. That all sexual disabilities arc re
moved by their cordial and gentle stimulating
properties. That they recruit
'- SHATTERED CONSTITUTIONS, u
however they may have been trifled with and
abused; that their direct tendency is to
lengthen life, and render it enjoyable. That
operating directly upon lha poison of thedit-
east in rne viooa mey
CAUSE SOON TO HEAL,
and discharge from the system, every taint
ot Scrotum, whether hereditary or otherwise.
That they UKcmriT tub debilitated,
and that there is no disease of the Stomach
and Bowels, the Liver and Nervous System,
the Skin, Glands or Muscles,
arising from mpuritiet or obttruction oj
the blood or secretions,
in which they do not give prompt relief, and,
(if administered before the very citadel of
lite has been invaded,; cjject a painless and
Bear in mind thai the Scandinavian Veget
able Blond Pills arc endorsed by the experi
ence of thousands of living witnesses, who,
in letters, affidavits, medical works and by
word of mouth, proclaim them to be the very
best preparation of the kind ever offered to
the broken down, victims of ill health. They
hunt disease through every avenue and or
gan of the system, and expel it thoroughly
No one can doubt their superiority after
one single trial they are not only better but
in fact, cheaper than any other Pills, for it
takes a less number of them to produce a
Price of the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood
Purifier, (1 per bottle, or $5 per half dozen.
Of the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Pills,
25 cents per box, or 5 boxes- for (1.
Rend Dr. Roback'g Special Notices nnd
Certificates, published in a conspicuous part
of this Paper from time to tiino.
Dr. Roback's Medical Almanac and Fami
ly Adviser, containg a gVeat variety of inter
esting and valuable Medical information, can
be had gratis of any of his Agents through
out tho country. ,. ,
In difficult or complicated Cases, Dr. Ro
back may be consulted personally or by let
ter enclosing one stamp for the reply ,-,
'Principal officand sales rooms. No, 6
East Fourth Street, 3d building from Main
Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Laboratory No. 32
For sale in Preble county by J. B. Brook
ins Son, Eaton; S. M. Kichey, New Paris;
1). B. Loutzchhiscr, New Aestville; Jas.
Hoover, Lewisburg ; Murray & Bernard,
Morning Sun; A. Sterling, Eldorado; S.
Degginger,. Fair Haven; J. H.Bohn, Cam
den; Leas & Nishwonger, West Sonora; R,
Lakev, Enterprise; L. Clinc, New Hope
Station; Joel Lcsh, Wheatville; Joseph Da
vis, est Alexandria and or uruggists nnd
Merchants generally throughout tho Union.
August 23, 1860. v ,- .. 6m
i ACQ B CR0USE,
Wholesnlc & Retail dealer In
GROCERIES AND PRODUCE,
' Liquors, Wines, ftc.
Main Street, North side, near the Bridgfl,
Keeps always on hand a fine stock of
Sugar, : Molasses,
Coffee, Ted, Spiecs, Candles,
FRUITS, NUTS, CANDIES,
FLOUR, MEAL, VEGETABLES,
Wooden and Willow Wares,
Cigars and Snuff, Vinegar, -
Brooms, Brushes, and Blacking, -
And a host of other articles, too numerous
to mention. Ho keeps the very best assort
ment of Everything usually kept in a family
Grocery, which he U determined to sell as
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST!
ISUThe public fcl rospcctfully invited to
ive him a call, as he feels assured that his
tock and Prices will compare ' favorably
with any similar establishment In town,
nails of all sizes always on band.
Eaton, August 23, 1860. . tf '
LIBERTY, :, .; : . .: .INDIANA,
D,. W. GABY, Prpnrktor.
TRAVELERS will find pleasant accommo
dations at this bouac, terms reasonable.
DEARLY Ml DISEASES OMBIIUTf WITH '.
; the liver.: ; :
' When th Liver Is diseased the Bile becomes '
impure, and tends to derange the whole sys
tem. This Impure Bile being thrown into
the Stomach, causes abed tut in th mouth,
th Toigu being more or lam furred, with,
in most oases, diisiness and vain in th head.
-The Bile then passes from tha Stomach into
' ' AHD raoDvcta
: COSTIVENESS, UNHEALTHY, HUMORS,
AMD AR ..,'(..
IMPURE STATE OF TBI BLOOD,
and tends to close the pores of tha skin, which
organ bwomas dry and husky. It also tends
to Impair the action of . . , . ..
a will b teen by th color and quantity of
: DE., MOTT'S
VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS
will promote a healthy
action of th Livar, and
will change this impure
Bile to a healthy state.
To prcveut or remove th
secretion of unhealthy
bile, theie Fills have' a
peoiflo action an th
Liver! after luring them,
ths tonga will become
smooth and clean, the
taut will become liotu-
ral,and digestion be rendered cay. The Pains
in Die Head, Back, and Stomach, will bo
removed. The Bowels will become cleansed
and regular, TUB BLOOD I'lJllE AN1
HEALTHY, and the Urine natural. .
Although thai Fills are most searching
in their actios upon the whole nyUm, yet
they ara harmless, evea for th most deli
sate system, as they con tola no Mercury
er mineral In any form, but are composed
entirely of vegetable substanoes. .
LIVER COMPLAINT CURED.
Ixduxafolis, October 1, 18i8.
Missis. A. L. Scovu.t, A Co.
Gent.! I am hardly able to ex-
Srcss my gratitude for tha benefit which my
nughter baa derived from the us of Dr.
Kott's Liver Pills. ' She had been troubled
with what tha physician called Liver Com.
plaint ; but our doctor foiled to give her any
permanent relief, although she tried his pre
scriptions effectually. Bhe hud become mel
ancholy, unhappy, and her constitution was
much breken down by the ne of Mercury.
Bhe tried Dr. Mott's Liver Pills, aud soon
began to get bettor. I am happy to any that
she hat now entirely recovered ber health. .
Ursax., Ohio, September ti, 1858.
Mkssbs. A. L. Scovii.l A Co.
Gents. : I have been troubled with
a torpid action of the bowels for six or seven
yearn, which has been the cause of a great
deal of suffering to me, and I had to deprive
myself of many kinds of food, and used much
oatmeal, etc., until I got Dr. Mott's Liver
Pills, and find that they keep my bowels
regular, and I now eat anything that my
family does. I most confidently recommend
these 1'ills to those who are troubled with
constipation of the bowels.
Truly yours, . JOHN FLKMINO.
Cakbmuox, Ind., Feb i, 1858.
Msssas. A. L. Scovili. 4 Co.
Gent. This is to certify that I have
used Dr. Mott's Liver Pills In bilious attacks,
and found them to be the best Pill that I
ever used for thnt purpose ; and I have also
used them as a Cathartio Medioine, and have
found but little use for a Physician since I
had them In my family.
Yours, truly ' ASA FRENCH.
DYSPEPSIA, OS INDIGESTION.
This is generally attended With sour stomach,
losa of appetite, nausea, flatulency,- heart
burn, costiveness, hent in the stomach when
empty, a pain in the side, paleness of the
countenance, languor, low spirit., disturbed
sleep, pains in the head, it.
Srmxnnn.n, Ohio, July 1, 1869.
Messes. A. L. Scovnx k Co.
Gent, i I have found Dr. Mott's
Liver Pills one. of tho best medicines fr
Dyspepsia that I ever used. I hud been
afflicted with the disease for more than six
months, and my victuals diturled my
stomach, often to such a degree at to cause
vomiting. I was most of the time costive
I found that the Pills kept my bowels open,
without griping or pain. I 'have actually
gained in weight, since using thi-m, Iwing
ten pounds heavier than when I cunimeiii-cd.
I owe my cure solely to use ( the l'ills.
. UEOIIOE J)A'A.
BILIOUS FEVER CUBED.
I'oiithxouth, Ohio, April I, Hi9,
Mkssrs. A. L. Boovill Jt Co.
Gent.: I have been, for years, sub
ject to attacks nf Bilious Fever; and smite
times I have been laid up for mouths, and
my system left in a feeble slate by the line of
strong medicine, which was given to me by
I have been using Dr. Kott's Liver Fills
for Some time. I find thut I can break thoso
attacks in a day or so, ami escapo entirely
the fever. My daughter hod an attack of
Dyspepsia, which distressed her much i she
could not eat scarcely anylhing without be
coming nauseated at her stomach continually..
Borne tint since ahe got and has been using
Dr. Hott's Liver Pills, and she now is like
another being. I have found also that Ihey
are the most valuablo Pills for Breaking np
Colds, Headache, Pains In th Sid and Baek.
I would not be without them in my family.
, For sole by the Proprietors,
A. I. SC0VLLI & CO.,
. - No. 12 West Eighth Street, Cincinnati
' Also ' ' ; . '
' - AND -v i
Still in tho IicW !
TTE has inst returned from the "Oueon
XX City" with a large and varied stock of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Tweeds, Ventings,
.. . ; V. and a largo lot of
which Iir offers to his numerous customers.
at as low rates i-s can be bought anywhere.
. JiaTAU kinds of Custom Work inado to
order, on the shortest notice,
1 he public ar invited to call at his old
stand, opposite the "National Hotel," and
examine his stock
Come along, come along, make no delay :
Come front every hamlet and village by the
. way; , f
Come and buy the cheapest Clothes that ever
you did wear.
All warranted to fit you neat, and to neither
rip or icar.
Eaton, August 23, 1860. . , ly
THE undersigned, will pay the; highest
' price for' ' . "'" ' " ' ".
Good Hides. ;
On delivery at nil tanyard In Eaton! Ohio, or
at the shop of A; A. Scibert, on Baron street,
He also keeps constantly on hand and for
sala a very superior lot of Kjp and Calf skins,
Sola, Harness and Bridle teafhe'r. ' ' '
. ' ' Ttf i'TirrtlV Tirri"i,-vTccj
Eaton, August 23, I860, tf " -
Announcement to Book' Buyers.
Owing to the immense' patronage bestowed
upon the , '
' , .- ; Of TUB
Gift Book Enterprlise,
; Established In 1854, by . ..
By the teeming Millions of the West and
South, we have leased the spacious and. ele
gant store, 28 West Fourth street, ' 1 -'
CINCINNATI, : ': Ohio.
' By sending all orders for Books to
A. A. KELLEY,
. CINCINNATI, O.,
YOU WILL SAVE TIMB AND EXPENSE.
We ask those who have been patronising
Eastern GiftJBook Establishments to give us
one trial. Our inducements to Agents are
greater than any oilier Gift Book Establish
ment in the world ; we guarantee perfect sat
isfaction to all who may favor ns with an or
der. For every club of Ten Books, one extra
book and Gift will be given.
One trial will satisfy all of the liberality of
our system. . .-. ., , : . ,
JAll who want Books'should send
to tho Headquarters of
" A.; A. KELLEY,
PROPRIETOR OF THE OLDEST AND MOST
''l't ' ' EXTENSIVE -' : ' '"
Gift Book Establishment,
In The World,
XO. 28,. WEST FOURTH ST,
SOLD AT PUBLISHERS' LOWEST PRICES
WORTH FROM FIFTY CTS. TO $100,00,
Given with each Booh;
Wc will furnish any book published, and
now in print, the retail price of which is
$1,00, or more, at publisher's price, accom
panied with a splendid gift, worth from fifty
conts to one hundred dollars.
Money may be sent at our risk, provided it
is enclosed in the presence of the Postmaster,
and registered according to law.
To whom greater inducements are offered
than by any other Gift Book Establishment
in the world. Any person, Male or Female,
can become an Agent, and by a little exer
tion can procure
AN ELEGANT SILK DRESS'PATTKRN,
A SET OP CORAL JEWELRY,
VALUABLE GOLD WATCH,
A GOLD BRACELET,
Or, some other article of value.
Rend for a classified catalogue of Books,
which is sent free to any address.
If you wish prompt attentton and honora
ble dealing, address all orders for Rooks to
A. A. KELLY,
PUBLISHER AND ORIGINATOR OF THE
GIFT BOOK ENTERPRISE,
No. 28 .West Fourth Street,
September C, 18(50. 3-3m
Cherry Si., between Main ft Sowers,
eaton, oiiio. ;'
HAVING recently purchased the eulire
interest in the" above establishment,
and having in his employ some of the Most
experienced n orkmen in the State, is now
prepared to furmsb, on the shortest notice,
SPRING WAGONS, ftc, ftc,
of the neatest Inti'Ht aud most approved styles
SUA ll work done up to onfer, lit the very
hest style, and warranted to be or the
and will be sold ns low as can be bought any
where in the West '.''
, . All work H Warranted to
liUN AT. LEAST ONE YEAR;
if otherwise, ho will make it good and sound.
REPAIRING OF-ALL KINDS,
Done at low prices, and in the most substnn-
uui snu expeaiuoiia inRiiner. . .
1KB W A riaT.f.f.tfiillv invitna all in nail nn.1
examine his stock on hand, ahd be satisfied
that no will give thcin good bargains.
' . HENRY RESLER.
Eaton, August23,1800..T vitf. ,
. FRANKLIN '
Type and Stereotype Foundry
Vine street between Fourth and Fifth,
CINCINNATI, t : : : : ' Ohio.
: R. ALLISON, Sitpt..
Manufacturers and dealers in
NEWS, BOOK AND JOB TYPE.
PRINTING Presses, Cases, Gallieg, &c,
Ink and Printing Materials of every de
scription. Stereotyping of all kinds, Books,
music, ratent JuaouciM directions Jobs,
Wood Engraviugg, to.,
Brands and Pattern Letter) Various Styles.
tSWEleotrotyping in all it branohes.. ly
Saddles & Harness.
fTlHE undersigned, at his old stand, ' West
X ot the fjourt House, baton, keeps on
hand good assortment of , ......
Farm Harness Collars, Buggy and
Wagon Whips, Carriage Harness ;
of all desoriptiors, p., which h oScri to dis
pose of on the most reusoniib'e terms.
baton, August 23, IBbO. tf
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT
Terms of Subscription.
One copy one year, (in advance) :
Rates of Advertising.
One square (10 lines) three weeks.... fl:00
One square on month.......... 1:25
One square three months...........;..;.. 3:00
One square six months 8:00
One square one year...,. .- J. 8:00 !
(column one month 7:60-
" three months ..vl-kOO
. one year
1 column one month.....
. three months....i..,...Mi 25:00
, six months .......30:00
one year 3i.t)a.
1 column one month., i.. 23:0O
" three months..';........ ....;..,3Q:0O
" six months..., .' .....40:00
" one year..........,..,, 50:00
No credit on advertising, except to yearly
customers, who are expected to pay quarterly..
The privilege of Yearly Advertisers la
strictly limited to their own immediate bus! '
ness, and the business of an advertising firm :
is not considered as including that of its in
dividual members. ' ,
Advertisements, not marked on flit 'topy
for a special number of Insertions, will be
continued until ordered mil. and Tt.vntatif
AO advertisement will be inserted grntnit
ously except brief announcement of denths,
marriages and religious appointments.
No advertisement to be considered by tho
year unless specified by contract between the
No yearly advertisements will bo discon
tinued without previous notice to us, nor will
any charges be made for less tbnn .n vi
at vcorlv rates.
All advertisements of public .meetings,'
speuking, fairs, fraternities, Ac, and all no
tices of private enterprises, or to promote
private interests, must be paid for. Wliero
tho object is manifestly for the public good,
or for benevolent nnrimspi tho inKi;j,..r u-ill
deduct half of the advertising rate.
uuituanes and tributes of respect clinmcd.
for at the rate of fifty t'Plltfl fill lu-uliii III...
and must be paid for when hmulrii in.
n,.,,tu. o,i.....!. j -ii ...i
..vu.... Mc.i.iDuio auu mi uiners sending
Communications or rennirimr tintlnna !:, ....
cd to call attention to fairs, parties, concepts
ui yuuuv unnTiiiinnieiiis wnere charges are
made for admittance, nil
associations; every notice designed to call
'V pnvaie enterprises, calculated
or intended to promote individual intercstg
can only be inserted with the understanding
that the same is to be paid for. If inserted
in the editorial column, (which can only be
at the discretion of the nlii ftl1! ilia anma 1 1 1
be charged at the rate of not less than 20
ciiiM, pur iiiiu.
Pay for advertisement Aim n-t,n
left for insertion, and pay in advance, is re-
"1 Jr. ",,,OM specially agreed to be credited.
Existing contractu fr.r artm.itul. :n i.
observed until the period contracted for ex-
rMvi ''o uivii, ii me aovcruscment bo
continned, it shall be taken for granted that
the advertisers understand suit i.. ti
' v U ,u 111
rates, and are to be governed accordingly.
PUBLIC attention is resjicctAilly invited
to this establishment, in tho nssiiriinre
thnt amnle Ratinfaniinii will lu :., . .
ponls Typography, Press work nnd clinrgea
(Jommon Work, ;
Executed Cheaply and ! Neatly,
The materials all of wliih are
lltving been selected with great care,
will be found to emliracc at
', cution of any ,'.- f. ,
Variety or Style of Printing,
With the titnioRt expedition and ut
Hhort notice. AVc are able at all
times, to print
v , ! ' " :; ,-i..t
EXPEDITIOUSLY & CHEAPLY,
' ' '. .t) every description ot
handbills,, - ,
, cikculaks, ;.
ic-.v j , BLANKS,
, BILLHEADS, 4e.,&c. ;
It is our intcution to do every description)
of work nt . -. ; , .- ' ,. t
SUCH LOW RATES,
As will enable everv nno n. Mntd.l.
small the extent of his busiw, or how linii
ted lus means,
TO MAKE A TRIFLING'ODTLAY
In this most invaluable method of'
i . . . -V'
, , maKing nis ousincssM tor-.
EVERY BUSINESS MAN ;
needs something in tho way of
A Business Card or Circular.
Is almost indisponsable. Those of our frienta
who may feel disnosed to
ronage, may be assured that no pains shall
uc spareu on our pan 10 serve tueir interest
promptly. , , TEttM8 CASH.
Livery, Sale and Feed Store
JOHN W. STEPHENS. ' ".
WOULD announce to his friends aud the
public, that be has iust taken tie old
stand, recently occupied by Willjam. C Deem.'
and re-opened it Lieeru Stable, where he will
be pleased to accommodate all who may wish
to hire Horses, Buggies, dc., on reasonabk
terms. Stable Boom and Feed for Horses of
travellers, farmers, ftc, also afforded. The
patronage of the publip is respectfully lelictt
fed..-. . August 23, 18(r0. .. ttf .. -A
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