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[From the San Francisco Herald, December 21.]
[From the San Francisco Herald, December 21.] Judge M'Cabe of Michigan Severely Stabbed. Yesterday rooming, about eleven o'clock, n -elderly gentleman named James McCabe, for merly Probate Judge in the Slate of Michigan, .aad (or several fear member of he Senate f that 8tate, ws nasaim along Clay street, when he net lady earned Aiken, with whnm Jia became acuaainted during the passage from' New York, to lb it city, whete ht arrived about Ibiee weeki since. The lady In a oordial man ner, iovited bim to call and see her at the What Cheer Houee. He awe n ted, and tbey epe rated. About t wq o'clock he went to the What Cheer Home, and waa shewn the room occupied by Mrs. Aiken. He knocked at the door, in moment it epeaed and the husband of the lady in question, struck at the visiter i iwith a large bowie knife, Judge MoCa he raised his arm to catch the blow.and received a severe cut on the shoulder and arm. He ran down naiis.followed by bis assailant, and running across the street in the direction of the Timea and Transcript office, wu itabbbei in the hack just as he reached (he aurbitone, McCabe cried "minder," it 4he-top of bis voice while running across the ' jtreet: and after receiving the second cut, tcushed into the bookstore of Mr. Schleiden, pursued by Aiken and the crowd. He fell on ' the' floor aiming from loss of blood. Several Frsona secured Aiken, who exclaimed, "Now have done it. Jlan me on the nearest tree' Ho was taken to the si.it ion house and locked np, In the meantime McCabe was re . -moved in a carriage to the Nisntjo Hotel, where his wounds were Q,uiol(ly dressed by a i physician. . . They were found to be verysevere.although not dangerous, be will doubtless recover in a bort time. It is snid that there i an evident tnittaktf of Judge McCabe for another person who was on the steamer, (the Cortes) who made unmanly proposals to Mrs. Aiken after ber arrival at this port, which she indigently rejected. Aiken is a resident of Marysville, and baa only been in theoitya few days. Judge McOnbe i about forty years of age, and - has the reputation of a quiet and unobtrusive Man. He resided in Portland, Oregon, during the psst four years. In August Inst, ha visited ..-the Atlantic State, and returned in the Cor t tes about three weeks since, Shokcing Occurence—Medical Student Burned to Death. Tbia morning, tome of the police officers of the Eighth ward became aware of the rxist nce of afire in the vicinity of Thirteenth and Chesnut streets, and after some difficulty, the fire was traced to the boarding house of , Mrs. Edwards, No. 360 Cheinut street. A ' young gentleman named Alexander Bowman, .. medical student, occupied a Irnnt room in the third story. He slept with a young person named Ueorge A. Jones. Messrs. Jones and Bowman, upon hearing the alarm, got up, and after partially dressing themselves, went down a'airs. Mr. Jones went into a back . room in the second story, occupied by Mr. Bautanna and bis son Messrs. Haiitonna and Jones leaped to the ground, a distance of about twenty feet, Mr. Saittanna escaped unhurt, but Mr. Jonet received a painful in jury in one flf his feet The latter was taken to the hospital. Mr. Bowman continued on down stairs. Tfce real of the family were got out safely. , . i After tli fit bad been subdued, Mr. Frank .Smith was in tiie building when he heard a roae proceeding from the dining room in the 'basement. He immediately proceeded down r atsits, and found Mr. Bowman on the floor - near the door leading into the kite hen. '1 lie Jat'er said, "for God's sake take me out.'' Mr. Smith procured assistance, and the in- Jured man was taken out of the building and ' "wis immediately stbemh.-d lo by Dr. Turnbult, ." His injuries were found to be of a dreadful .character- The hair, eyebrows and mustache were partly burned off, and the face so much )aganr -Mill W tLiM-f?Wiid muW not jceognite it. The arms and trunk were also dreadfully scorched and blistered; the eyes " were almost destroyed, and it it supposed that ' he was burned internally by the flume which 'jbe must have inhaled. The poor fellow was ' taken to the Pennsylvania Hospital, where he lingered in misery until death out an eud to ji'U sufferings at about fifteen minutes past . ,ight o'clock, lit retained bis sensibility un. , til the last. Mr. Bowman was about twenty years of age. .and was from Hagerstown, MJ., where his family reside. - He was a student of the sec-1 ,.ond veai'a course at the Jefferson Medical' :Coilege. - - Shocking Suicide of a Female. Mrs. Maar Muamr committed suicide in A New Orleans on the 6th inst., under distress . ing circumstsncta. She was from Ireland, nWhere the was raised in affluence, and re ceived a polished education, but meeting with a reverse of fortune she lt.ft Jie; home, and, with ber husband end two bea,utiul children, oame to tlus cunt,ry. The Delta sas; ' "Arriving in this city but a few weeks since, her husband at once invested what means they had brought with them, in a small store ,omewbe,r,e in the Fourth District, aiid having "'r settled iluwn in t.hrrew home, fortune did eem to smile on tUie family, wen the sad . tidings was borne to theiu by toe swill-wing ei messenger of e,vil news, that the agent in Abe aid county to whoop site had intrusted the (Settlement of some property she there possess ed, had ailed and absconded. She was not a strqnj-,mided ' woman, and brd not been (used to adrersity, else had she 'nughed at this calamity and mocked the ill-tidings; but the ' , blow was too heayy and her reason had fled. -.From that time forward the only words she ut- . teied wetfl ."My fihMiep, will starve; we taiiell all starve r Statistics of the Year 1854. :,F'om a vslunble statistical table published Jn the. New York Herald weder,ive the follfuwintresting information. First, as to fin s: The ajount of property consumed by fires during the.psst year, estimating only those where the , Linings wert was more than $20,000 in each 'instance, .amounts in the atgregate to 29,610, i000.' .rheyrW expresses belief that, adding thereto the fires of which no record was kept, 'and where 'the loss of pioperty wos under ' -'4S0.00O, lje rlM aggregate wou.'d amount lo ' J30,000,000. Trie i)(imber of murders in the Uuited Slatel QMrjng the year 1844 was C82; Meculiona, 24; 487 .persons were killed by ! ateamboar accidents; and 226 wounded; being ja considerable increase over the preceding .year; 10 persons died in the United States du ' ' jling the past yat each of whom bad attained X00 years of age, 186 persons have been killed .on railroads, and 689 wounded; the lolnl num- .,of accidents was 193; the number of lives lost jby buimag buildings was 171. Minister to Spain. We were taken by surprise yesterday by the telegrsprpc Aunauncement that Mr. Socle bad .resigned tbv position of Minister to Spain, and thatMr.J. C. rckenbridge, of Kentucky, . ..had been appointed h,is tuccessor. The des igns'.ion of the latter jt an appointment emi- neDtly fit to bemode.' -Mr. Breckenbridge is a r -.young man possessing abilities of a high order . . ,and will represent the eounUypostcreditably ttbe Court pf Madrid. iHe is at .present distinguiihed(iid;leadingmemher in U.e House : ;of Kepresentatives, navipg Den twice elected .to that poaition irom a nnig .aistrict oy . handsome mjority. In bis. politieal princi ' ,ples he is one of the most orthodox of Demo ' -lewis is eminently sound on all great ques- itions of the day. He is an ardent advocate of .thatgreat American measure, the acquisition ' of Cuba to the Corifeilerscy; and ill use all : honorable means to effect the accomplishment of odcauableanobjcct. Chh nj. 17r. 0"Aucret for the ladies how to preserve Besuty. Don't useCbalk lily while or any of o-oi lied cosmetics, to conceal a faded or aal lowcornpelxion If you would have the roses brought back to your cheek, a ckar healthy and transparent skin, and life and vigor infused through the lystem, get a bottle of Carter's Spanish Mix lure, and take it a:cordiug lo directions, it does not tastequitesswellasyoiirsweetmeats; but after a lew doses you do not find your health aud benuty reviveing, your step elastic and vigoroiiH and the whole system refreshed and invigorated like a Spring morning, then your case is hopeless, and all the vauable certificates we possess go for ntught. It is the greatest purifier of the blood known is per fectly harmless, and at the same time pow- erfully efficacious. tSee sdvertisements. Dec 18 4w DA Fact worth remembering. In this age of empiricism when "cure-nils" abound, a medicine which has stood the test ofacieutifio investigation, and received the unqualified approval of the medical faculty, is certainly a rarity, ouc n a medicine issiaoiers anouyiu cherry expectorant, which has been recom mended by numbers of the best and most ex perienced physicians used by them in their practice, with the happest results, and invar iably lives relief ml oughs, Uolds, Uronclutts, and d eases of the lungs and throat generally. It will be well lor all to bear this in mind, during the eiiclemeut season nw approaching, as by so doing iney may uq me means oi pre venting much suffering to tliemselvesor friends, See advertisement in another column, and descriptive pahipule'.s, to be bad gratis of the agent. Price of each, only 60 cents per boW tie, or six bottles for 9,dU. tTJoy for the invalid. Wecutthe follow, ing from the "Philadelpha Saturday Gazette," aud recommend our readers to peruse it care fully and those suffering shquld not delay pur- chafing. ' iJr Ilooflnnd's German Uittars, This cel ebrated medicine, prepared by Dr. C. Jack son, at the imposing German Medicine Store, No. 120 Arch street, is exctling unprecedent ed public attention, and the proprietor, who is a scientific physician, ismelliiig immense quantities of it, the virtues of this remedy are so fully set forth in the notice of it, lo be eten in our advertising oolunms, that there is hardly any room left for us to speak of it. This much we may add Of the lopg train of physical ills to which humanity is heir, there is none more distressing than the general de. rangbment of the digestive apparatus, which never fails to accompany ? disordered stale of the liver, heudache, piles, fretfuluess, a bilious tongue und murk! breath, loss of appetite in short undescribable wretchedness of existence are insefferable and life-wasting attendants. These disease which have baffled the skill ol the ablest Doctors, have been radically cured by liooiland's German Hitters." 2w MARRIED. On Sunday evening last, by Rev. L. F. Van Clove, air. Aktiiuh (Jlick to Aliss Ann ma ria Bti.L, all of this place. CINCINNATI AND EATON MARKET. Corrected weekly by It. S.Cunningham.wbolcsalo aud retail (iiucer, Muiu at., Eaton. CINCINNATI; I lilSESWAX. !!2(423 i UUTTEB, iail7 CULKSB, UllUO COKFUB, ll?i4iaj4 WlllKD APPLE3, 81 Pkaciies, Jl;50(g.l:T3 I-BVTUKI1S, 8'j((.117 FlouU, 17:01(7:75 f l;Uo(41WU 50(455 156 85 17 t0034:50 $7-00('8:UO t3:5l(4''0i) WuKAT, CoBK, Oats, UaULSTi Uvu. hBAMe, . Kncs. Hons. Cattls, Sheep, II ihs, Sides, Siioiiiosns, 4MW5 Laud, 8;i"f0 Clover, t-no5:50 Timothy, fl:6n(?u:(H 7iax. tl:40Sl:45 Potatoes, 150 spoAa, :5 SATOX. JtfiESWAx, 80(H25 liUTTKB, l'JojlS ClIKESg, 10(0,14 (.OtKEE, 11(115 liiuni) Appi.Ei, Vih I'EACUiis, $2:25(3,2:50 iFkatukus, 87(iJ40 t'LOUB, 7:00(a,7:6O WUSAT, Coux, Oats, llAULET, KVK, itEAMtf. h.uns, IIOUH, (Cattle, MlLKl', Hams, B.Vbji'i.ISides, SlIOIILDXRS, Lard, 40(?45 S3(U5 115 80 16( 20 5:0UW(1:00 4:00(1:o0 10(ffl2 6(38 8(10 ('lover. .0n(Si:50 Timotuv, ti-60(a;:(i0 Flax, 1:40 Potatoes, 1.50 ISUOAB, 6X Notice. TS hereby given that the undersigned on the J- 80th day of December 1854 was duly appoiut ed and qualified as Kxecutor of the last will and testament of Henry Young late of Preble County Ohio, deceased, ADAM YOUNG. Jan. 25, 1855. Olivin P. Stone, Adm'r. 1 do bonis non. of Jacob Preble Common liower, dee'd. I Pleas. Acainst I Robert Davidson A John Civil Action. F. Brickluy, def 'ts. J JOHN' f. 11EICKLEY who was sued with Bob ert Davidson. Jr. in the above case as defend. ant, butuevcr served wi.tli notice is hereby noti. tied that Ai tho November Term. A. 1). lS54,of the Court of Common Pleas f Preblo Couuty, Ohio, tho above stated case was .broituht ou for hearing, and tho evidence diselosed the fact that, the said John r. Unekley wastlie real liartv in interest, aud the owner of the note sued upcu. thereuK)ii, on motinn, it was ordered by tho Court that tho Raid John r . llricKley Do sulMlitn. ted as iilaintilF iu tlio utead of Olivin P.Stone, . i .1 , ! T U 1, J.. auiBinistraior tie uuiiib ikiii.ui eui, uiih vr, uc eeased. who Is tho nominal nlaiutiif The said John F.llrickley is therefore required to bo ond annear before fetid Court ot ounnon l'leas.on the Fourth dayof April 1855, and prosecute said suit as plaintiiT, otherwise his rights will be tried in nis aiiscnes. GILMORE A FBEEMAV, Atty's. for Davidson Attest, L. B. Oudbx, Clerk. Jan. 25, 1655. 6t. PROBATE NOTICE. a ACCOUNTS cv rent and Vouchers have been filed in the Probate Court of Preb'e County, Ohio for settlement on the 15th day ol February 1855 by tdie ,Eecutors,of Peter Jtinehart ' .decoded Jacob Brown " John Brubakpr " Robert Douglass " Admini5l.(aar8lof John Floyd " Henry Arnold . Pntrrick McKeoo " Nicholas Day .'. Adam Louck " Jacob Somsell '.' Elizabeth Blackford " Gunrdians of John Hueston IVm. R. Hueston Isabel and Catharine J. Cooley Amosnd Thomas Brandon Clayton B. Button David K.'apd Amanda E. Ozias Samuel Hunt" . Henry Green, J.r. George VV. Imlay Nancy Hezekiah Elizabeth and Harvey Arnpy JOHN V. CAMPBELL, Jan. 18, 1865. Ptqbate Judge. Rail Road. Election. , THE annual meeting of the stockholders the Eaton & Hamilton Rail Road Company will be holden at the nrincinal office in baton on Monday the 6th proximo, lor the purpose eleotinj. thirteen Directors to exercise the po.wers.of the. corporation and manage its bu siness for the cniuing.yesr. ' " ' Jan. 8, ihm. j. o, rpl'l.PUtHtlj bce-y. CIIEAP BOOKS IIT HAim POSTAGK FREE! PIERSON'S NEW CHEAP BOOK-HOUSE! AND PE2I0DICAI, AGENCY, NO. 31 WEST FOURTH ST CIXCI.VSATI, 01110. . tST The followinir catalogue comprises but a snull portion of the imuenso xtnek ot cheap pub lications now on baud. Additions are ever)- day being; made of all the popular Issues of iho East ern or Wostern press, bound, or in cheap form . rive oi a ny ot the 25 ceut books, inumera ted below, will be sent by mail, for ONE DUL LA It. remitted in current t'uud., free of poxtage. r7" The price ol any single book may he cloxed iq a letti'r.and it will be forwarded to (be address named, posing Free. bJ CATALOGUE. EUCEXE SUVS KOVELS. 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Agenlp, Trader and Boo!c$tlUrs Are supplied at lowcstwholosalerateswlth of the above publications, together with those any other house nt eimraerntea. Orocrs to amount will be promptly executed. 4 Liberal will be mado with Book Agents Pedlers. All letters should be addressed, "postage .pre paid," to , It. 11, fEAIUJtl.1, No. 31 west 4th between Main nnd Walnut at. ' ' Cincinnati. Ohio. CAltD. E. PEXR08E JOSES, formerly of1 the firm Kvhiuson A Jones, aim late publisher ot ineu tiinttrian and Great West, will be connected the above concern and bava a faneial superis-1 ionof itajhuaineii. w ' Dissolution of Parrnership. TIIE .Partnership (heretofore existing between tl) subscribers in the Hotel business was dis solved oa the iiotb of December, by mutual con. sent, l no uooss ana Accounts are in the imuus Mr. Jacob Winters, who is autlinri-d to re ceive all monias due tho late linn, and will pay all debts contracted by them. JACUM WIXTKHS, WAKKEX M. JEFFEU30N. January 4, 1836 3t. Cincinnati, Eaton & Richmond Rail Road Line. Winter Arrangement. Commencing on Monday Dec. 11, 1855, between Eaton and Cincin: Rati and intermediate points, Leave Eaton 7,0j a m arrive at Ciucinati 10 a m " " v,5o " " ia ni '.' 8,50 p m e p ni Leave Cincinati a m arrive at Eaton, 8.05 a m " ' 2,15 pm " 4,30 p ni " '' 5,20 p in " ' 7,5u p in Between Eaton and Richmond. Leave Eaton 8,05 am arrive at Kiehinond 8.43a m " 4,3o pro " ' 5,10 pm ' " 7.5o p m " 8,80 p m Leave Richmond fi,50am arrive at Enton7,5m " 9,05 a m " j.,5u a m " 8,10 pm ' 3,50 pm The 8,05 a m and 4,30 p m Trains connect at Richmond fqr Indinnaixilis and the west. Tho 4,30 p niTrains connect for .V. Castle, Ac The 7,35 a m and i'.ai) p ni Trains' connect ut llarnlltou for Dayton and intcrinediate ixiints. Alio, the 8,05 a mTruin comieots at Bieliinond fer Dayton, and intermediate pointj on the Day ton and Western Hail road. The 7,85 a in Train from Eaton and the 6,20 p m Train from Cincinnati will stop at all regular stations and at the Valley House 011 regular no tice. All other Trains will jtop at Regular Sta tions only. D. M. MORROW, Superintendent. December 14. 1854. in TURNPIKE ELECTION "VTOTICE is hereby given to the stock hnld 1 era of the Butler & Preble Turnpike Road Company, that there will he an eleclion held jt the House of JohnMaddock in West KlUton, on Monday the 29th day of January 1855, be tween the hours of 10 o'clock A. 31. nnd 4 o'clock P. M., for the election of five directors to serve said company for the ensuing year. juuiN ti. sretiua, rrejidenu Dec. 23, 1851. of : on u the any of any ar rnngomeuts and of with ARTIFICIAL TEETH I DBS.' DUNCAN & CAMERON, No. 158 IVest Siztli street, belueen Race and Elm streets, Cincinnati, O. THIS oflico under the management f its pres. cut proprirtors, has been increasing nt repu tation lor superior operations in the Artificial Department of Dentistry for the last ten years, and no expense or ell "it shall oe wanting tq give satisfaction to an wno may luvor 11 wan ueir patronage. Tile suuscriners wouiu can aucniiqn 10 me 101 lowing essential points pcrtaiuiiig to 'Artificial Teeth, nud strength tq the materials, comfort to the wearer, and usefulness in restoring the nntu nil appearance of the sjieech, and ability to mas ticate: iu all of which thev are warranted in sav ing they arp exceeded by none aid equalled by lew. TEETH Inserted from one to a full sett, with Artificial Gums. Full nnd half sets invariablvinserted by suction. All operations iu Dentistry performed in a most thorough manner. T EltBIS: Considering the superior character of the work and the gtiarrautee given, they are tue most reas onable in toe vi est. Two Woth or more pn Gold Plate, J!l per tooth. Two 4tb or mora on Silvjr plulo 1 1 nr tooth. The mouey refunded if the teeth do qot prove sat isfactory. Jri rthe information or those living at a distance, wo would stato that our facilities arc such, that we can make in the finest style, a full sett of teeth iu from 24 to 48 hours, and small peices in proportion, so that no detention nity be apprehended. W.C.PUNCAM, ) nen,jst J. G CAMERON. JJent'sts- No. 158 West Sixth, St between Race and Elm, Cincinnati. Dec. 21, 1854- tf- Christmas & Nw Year's Presents, AT E. TOinshail's New Book Store. I UST received ot the new Book Store a splen did lot of new, valuable and baudsoine Books of various kinds for the Hobdays, to which the attention of the public is culled. He has also a great variety of oilier Books suited to the general wants of the public All of which will be afforded on terms as rea sonable as any other establishment in the country. rJ. HirvaiiALL,. Eaton, Jan. 5, 1851.-tf. LVOX'SCATIIARIO.V. a most splendid article for preserving and beautifying the hair. It pre vents its tailing on huu miimi: nivt, ii the Drug-store of J . P. llrookins A Son. HI ITALIC COITINSI rPIlE subscriber has now on band, aud intends 1 constantly keeping, a full supply of Mctalic Coffin, which will be sold low. WOODEN COF FINS, of every quality aud size, manufactured upon the shortest notice. K. WEI.S'6', At the machine shop, f outh East of R. R. Depot. Aug- 21,;Sol. .GREAT CHA1JCE FOB BARGAINS!! rnilE undersigned bcin desirous of closing out JL his husines'. now offers for sale a large lot of BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES, which will be sold cheaiicr than any establish nieut in the county, lie will trade for horses or Id buggies & carriages. A credit of niueuwnths will be given for good paper. All those wanting something nice and serviceablewillfind it money in metr pockets to givo us a can. W. II. A O. KLINE. Eaton, June 17, 1S54 -12tf. BAItGAINS JN HEAL ESTATE. ANE Business House situated on Main street V Jnearlv opnosite the t'ourt House. Also A pleasant and desirably residence near the central and business part oS town. Also A dwelling in the N. V. part of town, comer lot. location desirable. Also Eight Acres of Land in the vicinity of Eaton, will be sou: in lots to sun purchasers, HENRY YANAUSDAL Eaton, Aug. 31,1854. T Valuable Property lor gale. THE undersigned will sell at Private Sale, a piece of Property about Ipur miles want of Greenville, Darke county, Khio, in the village of Colesville, within twoJiundred foils of the Imdiiintt Central Railroad, containing ONE ACRE OF LAND, well improved with Shrubbery, Fruit Trees, Aip7 and having thereen erected a Fratae House, containing eijjht rooms, a rood kitchen, Arc, 4c. and stabling for eighteen horses. The (louse ha uereioiore oeer. occupied as a Tavern $(aud. The property will be sold on easy terms, and an indisputable title given. For further particulars enquire of the Edi- I tor of the Democrat, or 6th at,, neai Elm, Cincinnati, Ohio. HAT COM'OUMATi-Jia For taking tha exact size and shape of iho head a Jarvis A FuKCiian. H itters, ii Main street West tide, doom below fourth. Juue 15 '54 JAHVIS A FAIKOHTLD: OSAGE ORANGE FEKfJIKGI TIIE undcrsighed is eneapd in the planting and renringnf the Osage Orange, nnd is now prepared to moke engagements t'r furnishing sprouts and setting, or setting and maturing dices at fair pnees, and will wnnant a IlitSI BATE i til CIJ four yearsi All orders addressed to Weft Elkton, Preble county Ohio, will lie promnllv attended to. N. HURNADAY. Dec. 7 1841. If. t. DISEBENS, Proprietor FIFTH STREET, BET. JIAI & WALNUT, IIENS:V BLISS. WATCHES, JEWEL2Y AND 6ILVEE-WAEE Opera Glasses, Perifocal and oil kinds o Spectacles, 157 Main St., Cincinnati. March 1), 1834 lyr. poach and Carriage Trimmings. We have a larje stock ufeonds in the u hove line, to which we would call the particular at tention of carriafro manufacturers Our prices will bo found very low. J. A. Huobell A(.o. LATEST A I! R I V A L , FRESH GROCERIES. TIIE subscriber respectfully informs his old friends, the public in general nnd the people of Eiiphemia.I.ewisburjr nud viciuity.in piirtieu lar. that he has made recent additions to Ltij for mer supply of uiiuu.iai.s, and is now propared to furnish the best finalities at the lowest rates; amoiip the stock unhand at present may bo enumerated the cliuerent varie ties of ifujrnr, (Mce, Molasses, Tea, pish, Uico, Tobacco, Cigars, and uvcry other article general ly tound 111 a well assorted tiroc-ery (Jueenswarc. Olas-vvare. Earthenware, of va rious styles, qualities nnd prices, together with a full assortment of Hardware nnd McrhaHics' Tools all of which will be sold ut the hvet rates for cash, or given in exchange for liutt r, E,tgs. feathers, country produce or rtiF. All kinds of current money taken. Call in and oxaminctock and learn prices. J. A. UOLENS. Nov. 23, lttSl, tf. LANIUS& DEGKCOT, Wholesale nnd lEetail Grocers, MAIV STKEKT, EATON, O. 4 KG row 4o-rr-c-e ipt of, and will continue to t receive larce supplies of choice Family Gro ceries which thcvoiter to their liberal patrons ou terms tuny adequate to meet tue wains 01 these tryiug times. Itec. 21.H54 Fine lot of Coffee of tho most choice kinds, L just received aud for salo at the new firm of Lanius A Degroot. OLASriKS, all kinds and the most superior aualitv, now in store and offered tnthe pub lic at the Grocery f Lnnius A Degi-oot. SUGARS. We have now on hand for disposal as lino a variety of Sugars as can behad any where, and will sell as mum pouuds to the dol lar. Lanius & Degioot. M'lEAs. e call the special atteutum ot those JL who are fon 1 of good Tea to our supply V e do uuf hesitate to recommeiiit it. j.auim & ii groot. W: ILLOW & CEDAR Ware a liuc'asiurtmcut for sale at the Grocery of . 1 Lanius & Kcgroot. l mOBACCO of all kinds on hand, and is offered to the lover of tho Weed nt our usual low T rates. Lanius A Dcgruit. ALL kinds of SEGARS kept on hand and lor sale by the thousand, box, or retail, at Lanius A Dcgroot's ILS such as Lard, Tatincrs' nuj Linseed Oil which will be soli nt the lowest rates by Lanius A Dcgroot. FLSI1 a good artiiio of Vackercl, White and Cod, bv the Hanoi or othmviw, all of which are warranted by LaniusA Dcgrort. C1AXDIES Wholesale and retail, for sale Lanius A Degroot. VR1ED PEACHES, of a superior quality, Lanius A Degroot. DRIED PI sale by d: YE STUFF'S Madder, ludigo, Logwood, ic., kept copaian.tly ou hand aud for sale l,uuius ijegreoi. OAP aud CANDLES a first rata article sale by Lauius A Degroot. Soap! Soap! UST received at the Grocery of Lanius A Dc irroot. a larire lot of Rosin Soan best quality Persons desiring a superior article will please test "its quality. ,1 "OAKERY. We have in tpenvtion a Bakery, I land hare in our emiilov one of .the bet ha ders in tho West, we wil at nil times keepa good supply of Fresh Ilread. Crackers aud tunes. Families supplied ou reasouiiLIe terms. Lanius A Degnmt. 1 AX1US &. DEGROOT have on hand a lot of iAcst Cranberries lately seen in this market f Jo-ale at Cincinnati prices. A XEW article in this market, XUT OIL for Ma chinery, Ac. for salo at the Drug-store ol Api. J . r. lirooMiisdi oon. TO THE PUBLIC, HI HE undersigned' would respectfully L nounce to the Public that he lies recently nened a LIVERY STABLE in EtVon, and now nreharcd to accoinmodale all who desire Carriages, Buggies, or Saddle horses hue, at all times. He will also attend to con veying. Passengers to any of the surrounding villages upon abort notice. His will still continue to be run to and from Depot, mornidis and.evening, for the accom modation of the citizens, from whom he solic its an increased patronage. - ' V W.J. PLACE. Ealon, Maroh 9, 1854. ' ' ' . P. S. He keeps constantly on hand seasoned ike wood, which he will deliver reasonabl.tern)i. . ., ' ' THIS IS TEE PLACE TO CEI rAECAIIl. BitAKIEK & CAKXPBELaV HAKE this method of informing the citizens of L E iton and n b'e county gem rally, that they have b "gtt out that-mif h:rge ai d i ittnnu -tue a ot i-ry uuou. loroieriy oyrnea py xann a l.ockwou.t,'l'i wb'cli they tuvile tbe itlei tion of. ill iu search .f Harra ina to eallaad evsutiuc Their goodsull of tue best quality, and this fall's, iu: ch .se is very large, and bought low, and wilr bj wid cheap, r.ud such as cannot mil to plc'ts :he nioj-t I'avtidinu. Their stock of 1 ' " IUEESSWARE is not (tirpns-'ed, citl er in finhntity or qualify.-. Their itock of CARl'KTlMi is large and ot dif Cerent tjualitirs. lirussels. Turkey, and ceuntry. nuimifaciure of good quality, all' of which' Will he sold no low that customer's cannot foU to pur chase. ' . , 1- We deem it unnecessary to go into detail fur ther, as the pHiils will show tor themselves. Iba business will beconti(,iird the Samehshcretofrire.' We have tie same clerks employed fhp have) never failed to give satisfncioii to all frh'o hnv dealt with tluiir and we hope hy'gtrift attention to business, nnd selling r,t small prolits, to uri' a liberal bbare of pntioi.ngc. .... DKAS1EU ACAMP1JELL. Oct. 20.1354. tf. N. It. Ladies' Cltiaks niado and trimmed to order, on t-hort notice. ' " ' Farm lor Pale. N improved form, in good condition and gooi'. order, about three miles south west of r.nipn, Preble county,' Ohio, is offered for. sale at a ytry low i rice. Sixty acrts in cul tivation twenty acres wood-lund, on which there is an ample supply of never-failing run ning water, a log-house, an orchard and a splendid new barn. Description?., half N. W. quaiter septjor 7, TcwNship 7, ranpp 2 l ast. ' For terms, apply to Judge' John V. Cifj BF.1.1., Ealon, Ohio. J. LOMAX. EXCHANGE BANK, N. E. Sorner of Maine fc Third Streets. DAYTON, p." BUY nnd sell Exchange and Coin; huyBilla, Notes, Bonds, Mortgages, ic , and loart money ot reasonnbln rates. Pav interest oi Deposits. HAKSUMAN & WINTERS, " Oct. 6, l53. Will BETHEL!, iffSMA AMI TURKEY!' ,?:iN . W ILLIAMS RAVlXt; put chased the entire Grocery bfore heretofore owned by Mr- Klijah Tayl!''" an1 I n.t i-eeeive'l s l.n-ge siocK li"m t.incinnaii oi well si-lecied 1-AMlhV liKUCnUpS which I will sell to my cnstmiiei's friends and as many as will jilessi- give me a call. I will soli on the most Ui-ouaiiJe terms, as I believe in snuiii irontsana quicK sales lo ail inio wiu to buy cheap, will call M'on at the cheap (troeerv of ,IUtl. ll. 1 Uil.lA.HB. OS I'ttron strco one dsir South of the Kaglo Hotel. 1 S. It. All kinds ol cmuitrv Produce taken in exchange at the hi-'liest market price. ' i.iiiee u itimia April 20, 1554 tf. ' BARNABY'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE OPENED. I.out s of Instruction From Si to 12 o'clock A. M. From 1 to 4, P. U? Evening uiass. Will couiiiience at 7 o'clock, precisely. For terms or instruction In BOOK-KEEPIXO O It PK.NilA.NSUip. APPLY AT Til t na at ft A It N A IS I ' S DAGUERREANi G A The Principal has secured theser' tier.! iiccounincts.ns assistants, and pains or expense to make the cours lion n,.ae iuteresting and instruct other institution in the West. DIPLOMAS AWARDED TOGBADCATES. Nov. lfi, '54 S. 13. UAllXAfiV, Principal LERV fof pracr 11 spare no f iustruci yhan unjf Cider Mills. Wc have in store a few ,f Culp's Portable Cider Mills: a splcudid mill for the farming community Fur sale al tha Preble couui'y Agricultural W are Uoucuf' J. A'.Iwbjiell&Cq. BALL & BE0THERS, No. 10, Fifth Street, Cincinnati. Likexuses taken in allkindsof wcatherinfrom twenty to thirty seconds. All pictures war aanted. llnomsoiK-u at all times. 2fAdinWou free, ' , Ap t il l.Jloi. ' . V' ' TH0HAS 7. SPRAGUE $ Co. NEW VDIIK CLOTHIERS & TAILORS, No. 113 Main Street between 3d &. 4th streeti Cincinnati, Ohio. CLOTUiXGAT WHOLESALE & RETAIL Furnishing Articles of every description, Terms Cash! J Administrator's Notice. N OTICE is hereby given thol thesuoscribcr has been oppoimed and qualified as Ad- ristramron the Estate Of Robert &. qmoon .i .,f irr.i,!i, roiintv. Jtcoased. Dated this ,., 1 .. .rii ...:,u.i9a Bin uuy 01 uu, rv .csf.t by for by for the acd is mny for the food on OUEESSWAltE. B Y late arrivals we have received a splen d id s toe k of w a re, 11 e w p alt ems consiitin g par 01 tne io..o .'. r.,5fnt. Gold Kami, vtryuesuauicav-..., a Lustre, Canton Lustre, Lily Floweied.Li- acl'a-isev, very prt.tty style, rurpie uin, Lind, White Ironstone, ew Uhm snaps. Ac, A c. Ileside many otucr pauttmiov n- merous to mention. Also, common yueens- ro in nnvnuantitv which we will repack ts suit purchasers orstlliu original crates with discount oil. 1 n.irtemis areliberal and cannot fail tosuit. Call and examine and we are satisfied nothing further may be said on ine subject. Also, 10080 lioxes rummers, in priceeiions 30c to 51,50 per dozen. . , . Also, Gla.sswar.e in greatvarieiy ni asmai dvance 6:1 Pitifhtitc prices. DICKSON. A. LEBETTER, No. 217, Main St., Cincinnati. CAItl'ETS!! CARPETS!! 1MIE subscriber is now receiving a nu ope ning a lar?e assortment of .English Ta pes! rie Velvet, Tapcstrie Brussels, BrusseU, Three-ply, Ingrains, and Venetian Carpeting. From twenly-even nche.s to twenly-four feet wide. ' Also, Rtigs.Druggets, Tabla and tiano Cavers, Curtain Goodf, btair Rods, Ac, Ac, at wholesale and retail, to which he would most resnectful.l mviteyour attei tionbefort-puichasingelsewherrj H.FALLS, No. 10 Eas tFourth at., .bet. Main & Sycamore Cincinnati, Ob 10. Qctober2S, 1852.l,y BEOG8 & SMITH, IMPORTERS OF- Watehesjew clry, & silver plate GOO0S of all description. Also, a large assortment of useful and ornamental aooda usually kept in suet, establishments. : Nbl 6 Fourth street, near Main. Cincinnati, nest doe I to the "highest stsefls." " April 3U 184. -i '..' '