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"Wot Sprlug and Summer.
1LLIAM LEEJtCo. No. 74 Wert Fourth
VV Slreel, Cincinnati. Ohio, offer as usual,
to their customers ami o' hers, a very extensive
and attractive slock in Fashionable, iosteful
and useful styles of Goods, vis, :
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
Shawls and Mantillas, Embroideries ami La
ties. Handkerchiefs. Gloves, Hosiery, c. Lin
ens, Muslins, ami all kinds or p'.nlri fabrics;
Housekeeping Grm.la" great variety, Also
Oooils for men and boyX ,J'ar
Rusine conducted ea the one price Principle.
Prices marked al tales as favorable to pur
chasers as can be aff.mled by any liou-.e en-
i : - ....... I.tr hnuiit.
Persons v.... tin! Cincinnati are respectfully
April 5, 1853.
Farm Ipr Vale.
AN improved farm, 'in good condition and
- 1... nVtnut Hirof milfa SOIllh WeSt
of Eaton, Preble county. Ohio, is offered for
sole al a vrv low rice, amy ncrra m
tivation twenty acres wood land, on winch
I - e..,inW nf ll VPr-ftt i I illl! fll fl-
-inere is 01111" i-..j -
ning water, a lo house, an orchard anil a
splendid new born.
DescnpOon-l. half N. W. qu alter section
7, Tt.wislup 7. range i as..
For terms, apply to j udge John V. C j.p
bell, Eaton, Ohio. J.LOJIAX.
mini Swihart's Estate.
"VTOTICE n hereby giveuthat tho mbscribcr
1 has been duly appointed andqiialifted an Ad
miaistrator on the tU ,te ot Jol,n.wih.;it. late of
I anier Townsh p. Treble county ume-, twc
lADIir i '"' H. . , , v..rc, ls;-,.
unteu ax "'v,,, kbEKKV, Ada.T.
March S3. 1333. 8iw3-
rotate of J. C. Heed, Dec.
"VTOTICE is hereby givcu that the subscriber
jN has been appointed aud duly qualified as ad
ministrator of tue estate of J. C Heed, decen-cd,
lafn nf .leii'ersnn Township, Preble county, 0
Dated March 3uth ISM- . . ,
JOHN CURRY, Aimr.
April 5, 1855 St.
QUINN & BANFILL,
RESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of Eaton
and vicinitv, that they have removed to the
POST OFFICE'BUILIiING. and uve.iust icu
ed in addition to their former stocK, a choice se
lection of ......
Historical, Miscellaneous and School Books.
mong which may bs enumerated Ancient and
Modern Histories. Dictionaries. Headers, Spell
ers, &c, 4c, together with the most recent ami
popular Publications of the day, sush as the
News-Boy. The Lamp-L'ghtcr. The Lost Heiress,
Ida May," Ruth Hall, Life of Baruuin.Ac, Jtc, to
of evcrv kind; Pay Bonks. Journals, Ledgci a
Pocket Memorandums, Ac. Ac.
Ruled, unruled, Flat Cap. Commercial Pos
Note, Mouruiug. Tissus, wrapping audperforute
Pencils, Quills, Steel Pens, Cards of every kind,
card-cases. Envelopes, Gold i'eus, Porte Monies,
Pocket Books, Taints, Brushes, Mono-chromatic
Board, Bunnet Hoard, Crayous aud Bleuders.
Also a large lot of
A choice lot ot Perfumed Soaps, Shaving Cream.
Hair-Oil, Cologne. Extracts for the Toilet, Hand
kerchiefs, and other
Gilt Moulding, Window and Wall Paper.
Comic Sentimental and Fancy Valentine.
AU orders in our line will be promptly nttended
to, and we hope, by strict attention to business to
receive a liberal share of tho Public Patronage.
Feb. 1, ls51.
DBS. DUNCAN ft CAMERON,
Jfo. 155 West Sixth street, bettoeen Rucc and
Elm streets, Cincinnati, O.
TntS oflice under the mau.i;cinent of its pres
ent proprirtors, has been iucreasingnt repu
tation lor superior operation iu the Artilicial
Department ul' Deutistry fur the last ten years,
and no expanse or eiort shall be wanting to give
aatisf.ietiou toall who may favor it with their
The subscribers would call attention to the fol
lowing essential point; perUiniiitr to Artilicial
Teeth, aui strength to C13 materials, comfort to
the wetrer, .a.id usefulness iu restoring the natu
ral appaarance of fie speech, and ab'lity to mis
ticate; in all of which thoy are warranted in liv
ing they are exceeded by none aud equalled by
feW' TEETH ,
Inserted from one to a full sett, with Artificial
Full and half sets invariably inserted by suction.
All n;ierat.uiis in Dentistry performed in a ukU
Considering the superior character of the work
an 1 tue iru irrantce giveu, mey are iue most reas
onable iu the West.
Two teeth or more on Gold Plate, ) per tooth.
Two teeth or more on Si Ivor plate ti per tooth.
The mjuey refunded if the teeth do not provesat
isfactory. "Vorthe information of those livinj at a
distance, we would state that our facilities are
such, that we cau make iu the hue it tstyle, a full
ac-tt of teeth iu from til to 4S hours, and snr.ll
prices in proportiou, so that no detention may be
J. O CAMERON. uentls,s'
No. 156 West Sixth St between Race and
Dec. at, I85t. If-
DAY & MAT LACK,
Wholesale Dealers in
Ko, 37, Pearl Street,
SOCTII SIDE, BETWEEN U'AL.VUT & VISE,
rphey are now receivini! a large and desira
1 ble stock of Sii'is inable Goods, to which
they invite the attention of the trade.
Feb. 23, 18SI.
L. W. WINSTON,
A. V. WINSTON.
I. N. WINSTON.
WHOLESALE DEALER SIN
o. 29 Pearl Street, befveen Main & Walnut,
RE now receiving their stock of Spring
. Goods, which will be fuund to comprise
very style, quality and price of
Foreign A Domestic Dry Goods,
elected with a knowledge of the wants 0!
Western Merchants and purchased at the low
est prices. M'rehant visiting the city for the
ptupTse of purchasing an entire slock or re
plenishinir, will find our stock complete, v
lied an I superior in quality, and our term
low. Give us a call at No. 29 Pearl street.
T.hri.r I A. ISM
IX GIFTS FOR THE PEOPLE !
CAHTAI CITY ART-UNION
PURNELL & CO.'S SECOND CREAT
D GIFT DISTRIBUTION. .
The proprietor takes great pleasure in an-
councing to the citizens of the Union, that in
consequence or the great satisfaction m.wiiesi
ed by the ticket holders of their first great
Distribution, and the n.any thousand soncna
lions from nil parts of the country, in relation
to whether they intend getting up another
Distribution of Gifts for the people, ihey have
after an immense outlay, been enabled to of
fer to their thousands of patrons the following
valuable, mngniticient, and unprecedented
BRILLIANT SCHEME, lo be distributed as
soon as the 3C0.OU0 Beautiful Engravings of
Hie Capital of Ohio are distributed among
their Patrons. The (.rice or the Engraving
is but One Dollar, and as a parlor ornament
it cannot be surpassed.
t.end attentively the following list of beau
tiful and costly Guts, which will be satisfac
torily distributed by a committee of ten, se
lecting one from each State where the largest
number of .-ubscribe is are obtained:
1 FARM IN' THE STATE OF IXD., 10,000
1 do IX OHIO 8,000
1 do do 6ou
1 h'our-sturv l!i ick Dwelling and Lot, in
Cbiutubas" Ohio, 0,500
1 do do do ,5U0
1 Beautiful residjueu iu the town of Mount
I Tn o-Storv Brick Building in Chilicotbc 3,5oo
1 Brick Cottage aud Lot iu Columbus 8,000
I do do do 8,00-1
I Frame do do do 2,5uo
1 Handsome Country Residence iu Sego,
Pern-County. Ohio, 1,500
1 Splendid building lots in tolunitjus, at
10 do do $1,500
ij do do Cleveland
1 Grand Action Piano (('flickering'?)
I Gold Watch. "t with Diainouds
3 do at 300 each
10 Rosewood Pianos, at $500
10 do do lit 40.1
10 d do at "0 '
.' Gold Watches, nt!."o
tt)0 do at 75
i.ij do at 4-)
1,111 Mlver lo at 20
:,U0 do do at 15
:oii0 Ladies' !nld Breast Pins, at $1
uit do Broclui Shawls, at $25
-,. 0 do Silk Dress Patterns, at $20
i.iil.i finhl Pencils, ut
11)00.) (i'.ld Pens, with Silver Cases, at ?2 'Jo.oW
jiijoo (Jold Kings, nt $1,50 each 80,000
1'jijSl do at l.tw l'-,ol
Everv purchaser of the splendid large Lith
ographic Eut'raviug, will receive a Lertificnie
.Membership entitling them 10 a ctinnce in me
above list . f valuable mid cosily Gills for the
People. The Engravings can be sent by mail
(without being damaged, to any port of the
con 11 try.
FIRST COUE FIRST FERVED.
Pers.ms wishing to act as Agents for us will
please send a recommendation signed by the
Postmaster or some other influential and well
known person in U e place where tney reside.
To those persons wiio nave oeen aciini: as
Agents fur us incur lornier Distribution, this
is not reotnre-J.
All orders with the money enciosen, tree 01
postage, Will meet with prompt at'ention.
In order 10 jirerenl misl'U;cn, upcni ana am-
er transmitting money to us trill please have
t sealed in the uresi iice at the ro3tmastcr, ana
the amount entered on the Kay bill.
We prepay all our letters, circulars,yc, to
our ni.-eii.s nnd correspondents, and espeel
them to do 'he same with us.
ITPAgents warned 111 every town,whnm we
will furnish with posters, circulars, schedules,
instructions; &c, on application at our office,
or by mail post nnid. For further particulars
see descriptive bills, ffC, or enquire at our
office, No. 2, Walcutl's Block, Town Street,
BURN ELL & CO.
March 15th, 1855. 3iti.
- - - Proprietor
FIFTH STREET, BET. MAIN & WALNUT
G.A.Tavlor. ni. B. French. J.L.Wynne
TAYLOR, FRENCH, & WYNNE,
I MPORTKUKANIi W HOLES A I.tOKA I.KII H N
IriIi Linens and White Goods
Umbrellas. Parasol Gloves, Hosiery,
AND r.VK.nV Ul SChllTIO.VOF
TRIMMINGS AND FANCV DRY GOODS
Corner Mainei PearlSts. Uncinnoti
September 2, 152.
EATO. ITIARBLE SHOP.
rPl!E Subscriber is now receiving direct from
L the h.ist, large owliimns to his lor- tr
slock, of liievcry best of Mnrble: and having
in his einMoy superior workmen, he feels
tnti'e ciiiifHi'iieiingiviiig perfect. satisfnction
to all who may furor him with their patron
age, either iu
TOMR TABLES, or HEAD STONES. Also
Furniture Slabs of Forein ami American Mar
ble. Alio, Windowund Door Caps and Sills
lot inr.lijings. All worksold very low lor cash
or country prodtide at cash prices. ' Persons
needing work in this line would do well to
call and'examine tnvstock at the new Mnrble
Depoton East Main jtreet, adjoining the Eaton
JOHN D. MILLER
Eaton Jan 13, 1853. tf.
Coach and Carriage Trimminp-s
We have a large stock til goods in the above
line, to wliicli we would call the particular tit
teiilinn of carriage niauulacturers Our prices
will bo lounil very low. J. A. Hubliel! & Co.
BIRD Cagcs.Cauary aud Hemp Seed nt theDrug
Store ot J. I . unioKius 4 Son.
r ROUN'l) Alum and Lake Salt bv flu-Barrel or
J Sack, just received and lor sale by
ma 10. R.S.CU.V.MXGIIAM.
(Groceries, a choice stock now 0.1 hand
Jand for sale wholesale or retail. Send
votir orders to the Grocery of Wilson dr. Lani
us if you dcire fresh, cheap and good articles
pposite the Court House, Mam St., Eaton, O.
THOMPSON & HARRIS
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
f ILL practice in Treble anaaujoiiungcoun
V V ties. All business entrusted to their care
will meet with prompt attention. Oflice on Bar.
run Street, three doorsuoi th of VanausdaTs store,
Feb. 8, 1855.
Ho for ' e New Goods!
FIRST ARRt .L FROM THE EAST I !
STEPHENS & CO.,
A RE now receiving and opening the largest
x stock of Goods they have ever ofrVred in
this market. From the experience we have
had, we believe we have selected a stock of
Goods, which in quantity, quality, style and
price, will sa'islv the wants of this commu
nity, and if thev will call, we will tike
much pleasure in showing them our goods,
ami teUnig our prices. Come One and All,
am: loo't liefor. you nurchsse elsewhere.
ItrUeinember Stephens Co.. Main Stieet.
jtaion, opposite National Hotel.
Latest Importations. 1
TITAN'KFUL for the liberal ahare of patronage
received from a (rcnerous public,
respectfully informs his old friends and custom
ers, and the people generally, that be has just re
ceived fromthocityauowaud large assortment of
among which may be found almost every style,
pattern and priceof Eight-dav, Twenty-four hour
Alarm CLOCKS. Also", Gold nnd Silver
Lever, Magic, Lcpine, English, Swiss,Dutch aud
-m.w a. raar aca Ja a mm
Fnril.l. Penrl. Tur.mois. Cornelian Mouruiug.
(iaruct, Tluiu aud set cluster breastpins. Ear and
l ingi r-rmgs, superior 1.0.11 revs, uuaru, , vi
and Fob chains. Hold Mid Silver Pencils. Guards
Slides, Thimbles. Tooth-picks. Shirt-stud. &c.
Money THelts, clnronets, tort use shell conib1.
thermometers, toys, toy-watches, fancy baskets,
silver forks, butter-knives,
"J? m IT i 155 3 (D I? 25 8
Gold spectacles nnd lockets, steel beads, rings,
tassels, Accordeous, music boxes, flutes, &c.,ie.
Superior pocket and pen-kuives Luxurious sha
ving razors. Fine tab'e cutlery, elt-mons, su
gar tons.tablo and tea siooiis, tine silver, plated
und BrittianuA ware.
Silver, steel, and
2rS ' Tilted; Goggles,
- . i-r . Scissors. Tweez. r,
steel pens. Morocco
nnd steei sncct.iclo
cases, tooth, hair, nnd cloth brushes, pins and
needles, silk, cotton and b.ick-skin pocket-books
wallets, shaving boxes, soap, and strops. co:op.
es, amber beads, percussion cnp... curtain-buids
wafer, harmouieous, stall &ud plated Watch
Gold Silver, Gilt, and Steel.
Watch chai.is and Keys, pis ted and silk guards.
A lot of toys, Ac, willi many nitidis Thelarp-o
11 mount of clocks, watches and Jcvc'rv sold by
the subscriber, is the best evidence of the excel
lency of the articles he keeps on hand.
I?Call und examine for yourselves, opposito
the 1,'ourt House, Eaton, Ohio.
Feb. 1,155. tf
Cincinnati, Eaton & Richmond
Rail Road Line.
Commencing on Monday Dec. 11,
1835, between Eaton and Cincinnati
and intermediate points.
Leave Eatou 7,R5 a m arrive at Cinciuuti 10 a m
" " u,5i) ' " 13 in
" 8,00 pm " " P"i
Leave Cinciunti Bam arrive at Eaton, 8,03 a m
" ' 2,15 p m " " 4,30 p m
" " 6,20 pm " " 7,50 pm
Between Eaton and Richmond.
Leave Eaton 8,05 am arrive at Richmond 8,46 am
' "4,3opm " " 6,10 pm
" "7.5opm " ' 8,80 pm
vl aaiajacTscr m. WJOa' -
Leave Richmond d,50nm arrive at Eaton 7,85 am
y.oj a m " " !','o a in
' - " 8,10 pm ' " 8.50 p m
The 8.05 a m and t.3o p m Trains connect at
Richmond for Indianapolis and the west.
The 4,30 p lnTrnins connects for X. Castle, &c
The 7.35 a m and 3.5o 11 111 Trains connect at
namlHou for Dayton and intermediate poiut-i.
Alio, tlie 8,03 a iu Train connects at Richmond
fer Dayton, and intermediate points on the Day
ton aiid Western Rail road.
The 7,35 a m Train from Eaton and the 5,20 p
m Train from Cincinnati will stop ut oil regular
stationsaud at flic alley House on regular no.
tice. AH other Trams will stop al Uegularbta
1,. H. H.IKUUI1, i9UJIKlllbVliUU.IV.
J. G. WILLIAMS,
Wholesale mid Retail Dealer in
Baron St., Eaton, O.
Fresh Bread, and Cakes constantly on hand.
YT7HEAT,Rtc, Corn, Oats, Flaxseed, Pota
toes, nnd all kindsof Produceboughtatthe
wholesale aud retail grocery of
ma. 00. II. N, Cunningham
BROOMS and Brushes of all kinds just receiv
ed aud for sale by the wholesale or retail at
the Grocery of R. S. Cunningham,
A 1.AU GE and fresh supply of GROCERIES 0
2l. all kinds.which will be sold wholesale orre
ial at the lowest rates, bv
March no: R. S. CUNNINGHAM.
Yc have in store a few of Culp's Portable Cider
Mills; a splendid mill for the farming community
For -ale at the Treble county Agricultural Ware
house of J. A. Hubbell & Co.
LYOX'S CATIIAP.IO.V. n most splendid article
for preserving aiid beautifying the' hair. It pre
renis its fa I! ingulf and turning crrev, for sale at
the Drug-storeof J. P. Brcokius X Son.
C ACKERS, Cheese, Jic. of the bcttniHitv.for
sale by ma 3o R . CUNXIGUAM
1 H 00ft Bl'SIIELS OATS WANTED, for
ll,UuU which the hiches price in rush
will be paid, by It. S. Cl'NNlN.-H.VM.
HAMS, Shoulders una Hides tor
wholesale and retail Grocery of
ma 80. ' '"' nm.
ORANGES, Lemons, Nuts. Fruits, Ac, for sale
cheap ut the wholesale and rctailUrocery of
ma 3it. R. S. Cunningham.
J. II. MEREDITH,
jgyf.TvyR E S l D E N T DENTIST,
Jfcffir Eaton, Ohio,
Ollice and residence on Baron street west of
of the Court House, iu the house lately occupied
by F. A. Cunningham.
April (i, 1804. ly.
rnOBACCOof all kinds on hand, aud isoiTered
1 to the lovers or the Weed at our usual low
tries. LaniusA Degroot.
ALL kinds of SEGARS kept on band and for
sale by the thousand, box, or retail, at
Lanius 4 Dtgroot's
1LS such as Lnrd, Tanners' and Linseed Oil
which will be sold at the lowest rates by
Lanius & Degroot.
IJalSII a good article of Mackerel, White and
. Cod, by the Il iriclor otherwise, til of which
are warranted by Lauiusic Degroot.
DRIED TEACHES, of a superior quality, for
sale by Lanius A Degroot.
UYE STUFF'S Madder, Indigo, Logwood,
&c, kept constantly on hand and for sale by
Lanius & Degroot.
SOAP and CANDLES a first rate article for
sale by Lanius A Degroot.
TTJST received at the Grocery of Lanius & Dc
1 groot, a large lot of Rosin Soap best quality
Persons desiring a superior article will please
test its quality.
BAKERY. We have In operation a Bakery,
and have in our employ one of the best ba
dcrs in the West, we wil nt ali times kaupa good
supply of Fresh Bread. Crackers and Cakes.
Families supplied on reasonable terms.
Lanius A Degroot.
land others, but inspire among out countrymen a
taste for works of art, to present to the pmcbas
aud Crs of their eugraviugs when 230,000 of which
American Artist'f Union.
THE American Artists' Union, would respect
fully announce to the citittvna of the Uuited
States and the Cuiudas, that for the purpose of
coUvatinga tasto for the liue art throughout
thecouulrv.and with a view of enabling every
family to become possessed of a gallery of En
graiiufr. By the First Artists of the Age,
They have determined, iu order to create an ex
tensive sale for their engravings, and thus not
only give employment to a large uuniber of artists
250,000 GIFTS, of the Actual Cost of
Each purchaser of a One Dollar Engraving.
therefore, receives not only an lingiaving rieu-
lv worth the luonev, but also a ticket which enti
tles him to one of the Gifts wheu they arc dis
tributed. For Five Dollars a highly finished Kiigraving,
beautifully imiuti'd in Oil, nnd live Gift Tickets,
will be seiil;or Five Dollars worth of splendid En
gravings cau be selected from the Catalogue, aud
ent bv return man or express.
A copy of the Catalogue, together witn a speci
men ot one 01 tue eugraviugs. can ue seen ni uie
ullicc of this piper.
1' or each Hollar sent an r.ugraving aciuany
worth that um, and a Gift Ticket, will immedi
ately be forwarded.
The Committco believing that the success of
this Great iNational Undertaking will be materi
ally pio.uoted by the energy and enterprise ot in
telligent u'ld persevering Agents bine resolved
to treat with such on ihe most liberal tei ms.
Anv per on wishing to become r.11 Agent, by
scndiiig (post paid,) rl, will receive by return ot
Mail, u One Lollar Engraving, a "t! 11 i'ieket,"
u Piwpettus, a Catalogue and all other necessa
On the liui.l completion of the silo, the Gifts
will be placed in the hamlsof a Committee of the
purchasers to be distributed, dun n lice 01 which
will be given throughout the United States aud
LIST OF GIFTS.
100 Marble buslsof Washingtoiiat flOO $10,000
luo ' Clay loo lo,ooo
lijo t " Webster M0 ln.ooo
luD " " Calhoun 100 10,000
60 elegant OilPaintiiigs, in splen
did gilt frame , si ;:eilxt ft, eacli 100 6,000
100 elegant Oil Painting, "xl ft.
each 60 6,000
500 steel plate Engravings, bril
liantly colored 111 oil. ncu gin
fr.ini 's, 21x-.;o in. each. 10 6,000
IO O00 elegant steel plate Ei.gra
rings, colored iu oil, of tho
W iisluuton Monument, tioxtiti
in. each, 4 40,000
237,000 sieel plateent'ravings.from
1U0 dill'erent plates now 111 pos
session of and tin ned by the
Artists' Union, of the market
value of from 50 cts to 1 each, 41,000
1 first-class Dwelling, iu aist at-, -
N.Y. citv, 1.000
22 Building Lots in lOOand 101 sis.,
:N'.Y.city.eacli2-,xloott. deep 1,000 22,000
100 Villa Sites, containing each
10,oo0 sip ft. in the submits of
N. V. city, and commanding a
ni.ignilici'ut view of Ihe Ihnl-
aou" River aud Long Island
Sound, at . 500 50,000
20 perpetual loans of ca-li. without
interest or securitvol iJ.'oeach 6,000
30 do. do. do. 100 6,000
100 do. do. do. 60 6,0110
:,(! do. do. do. 20 5,000
i.ooo do. do. do. 5 VU'oo
Reference in regard to the Real Estate, V. J.
V.SsCHKit & Co.. Real Estate Brokers. New York.
Orders, (post paid,) with nioiii v enclosed, to be
addressed, J. W. HOLliROOKE, Sec.
Hot Broadway. . 1 .
""PTho Engravings in the Catalogue are now
ready for delivery. Nov- 2. 154.
Christmas t New Year's Presents,
E. Hllnsn:illsi Ncrr DoU Store.
JUST received alt he new Rook Store a splen
did lot of new, valuable and handsome
Rooks of various kinds for the llol days, to
which Ihe attention of the public is called,
lie has also a great variety of other Hooks
suited to the general wan'.s of the public
All of which will be afforded on terms as rea
sonable as any other establishment in the
Eaton, Jan. 5, 1854.-If.
M ETA LIC COrriNS!
' fMIE subscriber has now on hand, and intends
1 constantly keeping, a f ill supply of Metitlic
(V.ffiwv, which will he sold low. WOOHEXCOF-
FI'.S, of every quality and size, minio'ictured
upon the shortest notice. E. WICIS'.S',
At the machine shop, South East of R. R: Depot.
WHITE Fish, Mackerel and other varieties of
1 T Fish, just received at the Grocerv el
.Cum R.S. CUX.VIN'GHAM
CIS Ci S NA TI, o.
AND ItLAI.Iill IN
Seeds Country Produce, Etc.
ith Street, Korih Slue, 3 duo, W'etl of Elm.
TIIK subscriber l ikes this niethn 1 of iiiformiuir
hiso!d friends and the public iu gener il.tliat
he hasenlarged his store .join above aud below,
and isnn-.r receiving.! hirgeand fresh assortment
oi UKOCI'IUKi, ciimprisiii" m jiart, ol
51) iiurrels No. 1 Mackerel.
100 No. 2 "
GO " No. 3 "
150 1-2 " Nos. I, 2 and 3.
75 " New While fish.
601-2 ' " '
150 " Prime Plantation Molasses.
HjO Reus assorted Nuils.
80 Boxes Glass.
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Bice, Indigo, Alum,
Madder, dperas. Cotton. Yarns, Salt. Tobacco,
Lead, ic, together wttli all articles ol lirocerie.
suitable for the country trade. Merchants are
res.'iectfully invited ty call and examine poods
aud ascertain prices beloro pinclinsing else-
icre. - October 3, 1S31,
JOSEPH H. RAPES,
Hcrcnmlise nnd Prod ik n Broker,
42 MAIN STREET,
Oct. 6, '64 lyr.
THE subscriber re'pectfully informs bis old
friends, the pub!:c iu general and the people
of Euphemia,Lewisburg aud vicinil.v.in particu
lar, that he has made recent additions to bis for
mer supply of
and is now prepared to furnish the best qualities
at mo lowest rates; among tne stock on nana nt
present may be enumerated the different varie
ties of Sugar, Coll'ec, Molasses, Tea, Fish, Rice,
1'nnacco, cigars, and every other article general
ly found in a well assorted Grocery
Ouccnsware. Glasuvare, Eail'ienwnre. of rn
rious styles, qualities nnd prices, together with
a iuh assornuenr 01 narilwnre nnrt
all of which will be sold at the lowest rates for
cash, or given in exchanso for Butter, Eirtrs.
Feathers, country produce or rags. All kinds of
current money taken. Call in aud exnmineslock
and learn prices. J. A. ROLENS.
MOT 28, 1851, If.
SUCCESSORS TO GALLIGHER & ERNST,
Wholesale Dealers in
FOREISH k BOMESTIC DRY GOODS;
No 123 MAIU STREET, BE1WEEK TH131D AHD F0TJBTH 8TI.N
OCrSpecial Inducements oflered to Cash Customers.
September 28, 1851-ly. Lebanon "Cifuen" copy ona yaar-1
MANUFACTURER, JOBBER and RETAILER
CLOAKS AND Id ANTILLAS,
NO 76 FOURTH STREET
OPl'OSITE SMI 1 UUl'S I'UNOIULL,
rUBXISUED MATKB1AM MANt'KACTUKED TO OKDBR
Pnner patternskept conslaiitlron hand, two
fTeach garment, one basted, he other to
cut bv, so that customers will have no
. ..i'...,iii.rlhim together.
iruuuie w .ua'-h o
Oct. 2 !, 185.
JOHN J THOXKLL. A, -n..-.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Ribbons.Flowrrs, Emliroitlcr:r, Silks,
ASU A COMIM.ETB ASSORTJII.NT OF
113 Fiy wsrasr, cincissati. qhio.
GREAT CHANCE FOR BARGAINS!!
q-HlE undo, signed being desirousor closing out
1 bis business, now oTers for s tb- large lot of
nvaaiLS and carriavls,
which will be sold cheaper than any establish
mot in the county. He U1 trade 1;." ;r
Id busies .t carriages. A credit of ninemo ilhs
will b. given for -10.I paper. Al those wanting
wnv thin nice and sei viceablewiUlmd it money
F E TV C 1 r G !
THE nndersighetl is ensaged in the planting
and rearingoflhe Osage Orange,-ml i now
prcparetl to tuake engsirenii-nts for rutnishiiig
sprouts and setting, or setting nnd maturing
.tires atair prices, acd will warrant a
FIRST RATE FENCE,
in four -ears! All orders addiessed !o est
Elkton, Preble county Ohio, will he pttiniplly
,t n,!e,l ,Q. N. 110UNADAY.
Dec. 7 1S51. tf. .
T UST received at O. V.inausda! & Co's a
) fine lot of Violins & Flutes, Violin Strings,
Bridges, Tail pieces, Sctews, d Uosin
April (5, lf04.
TSAAC L. JOHNSON, respectfully annniill
1 ces to the citizens of Eaton, and the public
gcnernllv, thai tie tins nu
-ZTI hand, rt-'nily made and for sale,
. r. C. -'r'i'i . u... nii.l i.nndsome nssor.-
. ITT:?. ... ,,, , 11 1.. 1 i. Plennl
ineilt 01 UCH.M I eoiui... ---B-
S.ttiis, Centre Tables, Easy Clours, Parlor
Chairs, c, or the most i.eauuiu. u..u
ptovtd styles of form r.nd finish.
COMMON CABINET wakc .
I have 011 hand a very heavy stock pf chea
per ware, comprising i-nue, rm(i -Sent
Chairs, Stand.'!, Bedsteads, Lounges, &c.
The above articles may be found at my Hooms
on Baron street, adjoining the Book-Store of
l-.ilis Mnisi.all. and linincOiatety -t of tho
Court House, where all persons desiring any
tiling in '.lie r ciisiTUiiE nut- me it'i"
call. , . .
11...:... : o,niini nt mv manu ncturinL'
it.oiot: 111 ''1 -
eslablishnient, uearthe Railroad Depot, Steam
Turning Machinery, I will aiienu 1.1 an ...or s
in my hue Willi prompuie:s. "
kinds made to order 011 short notice and rea
sonable rates. -
Thankful for the liberal shire 01 puiuic pn
. ,. i....i.,far, ,f-civeil. the subscriber
hopes to merit and receive a continuance of
Eaton, Jan. 2G, 1351 If.
TilOIiIAS V. SF UAGDE ? Co.
SEW V011K ILOTlliLUS i TAILOIIS,
No. 113 Main Street between 3d & 4th streets
CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE it RETAIL
Furnishing Article of every description,
Terms Cash ! !
, GEXERALassortinentoll.iqnorsni nn- d
pure article, for sale ut the wholesale
retail Grocery of
Ilia JJU. IV. D. Vll l.'UIIIIJI
I OliKS, Bakes, Sjt ides and Siiovels of va-iou
1 1 kindsou hand at Die orocery 01
ma 30. R.S. CUNNINGHAM
Eaton lressiiicr Room.
Maintircet .adjoinitii the National Hotel
"VTi'.W holds himself in readiness for Rather
i ing. Hair Dressing, Shampooing nndevery
hing that belongs to his line of business. No
a; ns will be spared to please nil, nnd he in
les all to call and try for themselves.
LAM5IS & DEUROOT,
Wholesale aud Retail Grocers,
MAI STREET, EATON, O.
Riuow iu receipt of, and will continue to
receive large supplies of choice Family Gro
ceries, which thev oiler to their lib-ral patrons
on te'iiis lully adequate to Uicet tlie wants 01
these tn ing times. Dec. 21,1854.
Fiuu lot of CoJTce of the most choice kinds.
just received aud for sale nt the new firm ol
Lauius & Degroot.
fOLASSES, all kinds and the most superior
I quality, now in store nnd oXcrcd tnthe pub
lie at the Grocery of Lanius )eijrnot.
Qneensware and Glassware,
("UHNA, Stonennd Common ware, Glassware
of all kinds, Looking-glasses of all sizes a:
the New Store of STEPHENS & Co.
QUGARS. We have now on hand for disposal
i as tine a vSrietr of Sugars ns can bchnd any
where, and will sell as many pounds to the dol
lar. Lanius i Degroot.
EA3. We call the special attuution of those
who arc fond of rrnnd Ten to our sunnlv.
We do nut hesitate to recommend it.
Lanius A D groot.
ILLOW & CEDAR Ware a fine assortment
for sale at tho Grocery of
Lanius A Degroot.
PURE nnd No. 1 White Lead of the best brands'
for sale by J. P. Brookins A Son.
Boots & Shoes.
CALF, Kip, Sloga a'tid Congress Boots, Pat
ent Leather and other Fancyshoes, Ladies
and Children's shoes of all slvles nt the New
Slore of STEPHEN If Co.
LANIUS A DEGROOT hove onhnndalot of the
best Cranberries lately seen inXhis msrket.
sale at Cincinnati prices.
THE POCKET iESCULAPIUS
OR, EVERT OKI HIS OWN NIVSICiAII. '
rPHE 50' V Edition, with One Hnn
j I dred Engravings, showing Disea
its and Mnlfnrmationi of the Hums
System in every shape and form. To which
is added a Treatise on the Diseases of Females,
being of the highest importance to married
people, or those contemplating manage. Bf
WILLI A9I YOUNG ,91 .D.
Let no father be ashamed to present a copy
of the VESCCLAP1US to his child. It maf
save him from an early grave. Let no young
man or woman enter into the secret obliga
tions tif ninrried life without reading th
POCKET iliSCULAPIUS. Let no one suf
fering from a hacknied Cough, Pain in Ihesida,
restless nighls, nervous feelings, and the whola
train of Dyspeptic sensations, ard giren tip bf
their physicians be another moment without
consuliiiigihe Esculapius Have the married,
or those about to be married any impediment,
read this truly useful bot k, as it has been th
means of saving thousands of unfortunate crea
turts from the very jsws of death.
m-Any person sending TWENTY-FIVK
CENTS enclosed in a letter, will receive on
copy of this work by mail, or five copies will
be sent for One Dollar.
Addresp, (post paid.) DR. WM. YOUNG,
No. 152 Spruce St., Philadelphia.
W.M'Lean. P. L. WiatiR'
Washington ItFLcan Co.,
R OILER MAKERS, and dealers in ria
II (I till Rnili.rs ar,d Engines. Congress
street one dooreast of Ludlow, Cincimati,
Pnnslnntlv on hand a n asaornienl 0 f new
11 it vt'Cnil 1! t,n nil Boilers, which thtV willltl
jow or exchange forold ones.
TL'RE XATIV1". WIXE, prepared by Dr. P. II
Cut-jic, aud for sale nt the Drug-store of
Apl. J. P. Brookins A Son.
ViitimMc Property for Sale.
rpilE undersigned will sell at Private Sale,
.L a piereof Property about four miles west
of Greenville, Di.rke county, 'hio, in th
village of Coleville, within two hundred rod
of tlie Imdinnn Central Railroad, containing
ONE ACRE OF LAND, well improved
wuh Shrubbery, Fruit Trees, &c, and having
thereto erected a
containing eiiiht rooms, a pood kitchen, St.,
eve. and statjiipg lor eignteen non-ei. iuw
House has heretofore beer, occupied as
The properly will he sol. I on easy terms, ana
nu indisputable title given.
. ... '- 1
(of of the Democrat, ot
f or lurintr particulars enquire 01 m aui
near E m, Cincinnati, Ohio.
l'k Till' VITRI.1C
rp HE undeisigi.ed would respectfully and
JL nounre to the Public that he has recently
pened a LIVERY STABLE in Elton, and ia
now prepared to accommodate all who may
desire Carriages, Buggies, or Saddle horses foi
li re, at all timet, tie will aisoattenu to con
veying Passengers to any of the suriounding
Mimics upon tiuuii ituuec. iiib
will still continue to be run to and from th
Depot, inornidg and evening, for tht accom
niudntinn of the citizens, from whom he aolic
its an increased patronage.
Eaton, March 9, 1854.
P. S. He keeps constantly on hand good
seasoned fire wood, which he will deliver oa
Scott's Little iant Patent
and Cob Mill.
Patented May 16, 1854.
The undersigned respectfully beg leave to i
form the farmiug conimuuity and publie in gene
ral that they have now in store and ready for
sale a choice lot or the above named Mills.whicb
we warrant to grind twelve bushels of corn in
one hour, drawn bv one horse. Farmers and
others are rcspectfutly solicited to call at ur
store and see one of our mills in operation.
J, A. Hubbell A Co., 18 Barron street.
To H Persons Interested
A LL those knowingthtmselves indebted to
ii E. Minshall and E. Minshall & Son, are
earnestly requested to make paymenlon or be
fore the 15th of January next, to E. Minshall,
who is full) authorized to dose the Books and
N. B. It is confidently hoped thstnosddi
ional notice will be required; bullhatall con
cerned will promptly come forward and liquid
ate their indebtedness. E. MINSHALL will
nt all times be found at the NCW Boplt
Store, iu J. Campbell's building, west of lb
Court House. F. MINSHALL & SON.
Eaton, Jan 5, 1854-tf.
Carrige Buggie & Wngon Shop
11 1 . E undersigned wouluVrespectfully an
nouRce tothe public lhat he still contin
ues to carry on Cariioge Buggie & Two horse
wagon making at the old stand adjoinivg
Neal's blaacnsmithkhop. Work of all kinda
madeto order on short notice. Also several
Buggies and Carriages
ready made and for sale on terms that cannot
.nil to suit. Persons in want or like articles at
invited to coll and examine the work for them
selves before purchasing elsewhere.
P. S. All kindsof repsiring done, old bug.
giesand carriages repainted and retrimmed,
on fair terms with neatness and despatch.
W. T WHITFIELD.
Ealon April6th 1853.
BASKETS, Buckets. Tubs. Churns and other
articles of Cedar and Willow-Ware now for
sale at the Grocery of
ma 10. R. 8. CUNNINGHAM
' TOBACCO, SnufT and Cigars of all kinds for
I sale at the wholesale and retail Grocery of
ma 80. R. S. Cunningham.
CANDIES Wholesale and retail, for sal by
Lanius A Degroot.
J. P. BALL.
Nos. 28 Fourth & 10 Fifth sts,
My facilities foi taking pictures of children art
not equalled in the city, having lately
added a new room with a superior light
expressly foi that purpps.
rrrPiclures taken in all kinds pf weather.
March 9, 1853.
A NEW article in this market, NUT OIL for Ma
chinery, Ac , for sal st tha XrruMMr pf