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CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE THE GKEAT PURIFIES OF THE BLOOD. "WT A PARTICLE OF MERCURY IX IT- An Iufallible remedy fur Scrofula, Kind's Evil, uiieuinatism, Ubstiuate Cutaneous Kruptiuiis,l'im- : pies or Pustules on the Face, lllotehes, Uuils, Chronic. Sore Eye, Ring Worm or Teller, Scald- . Head, Enlargement and Pain of the Rones an J Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, - Lumbago, Spinal Complaints, aud all diseases, arisiug from an injudicious use of .Mercury, Im prudence iu Life, or impurity of the Wood. ThU valuable Jlediciuo, which has beeomccel , brated for the number of extraordinary cures ef- i'eetcd tbrourh its agency, lias induced the pro- . . prietors, at the orient request of their friends, tu ' -otter it to the public, which they do with the ut most confidence in its wonderful curative procr. ties. Tho following certificate, selected from a large number, are, however, stronger testimony than the mere word of the proprietors; and are all from gentlemen well-known iu theirlocalilies,aml .-of the highest respectability, many of them resi ding in the city of Richmond, Va. F. ROYDKX Esq., of the Exchange Hotel, Rich mond, known everywhere, says he has seen the Medicine called Carter's Sp.iiiish Mixture admin istered in over a hundred cases, iu Nearly all the diseases for which it is recommended, with the ,. most astonishing good results, lie says it is the most extraordinary medicine he lias ever seen. Aoua and i'ttvua Great rare 1 hereby certi fy, that for three rears I had Airue and Fever of the most violent description. 1 had several Phy sicians, t k large quantities of Quinine, Mercury and I believe all the tunics advertised, but all -without any permanent relief. At last I tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, twobottlesuf which ef fectually cured me and 1 am happy to say thut I have had neither Chills or Fevers since." I con sider it the best tonic in the world, and the only medicine that ever reached niv case. Beaver Dam, near Richmond Va. J. Loxonsx. C. II. Luci, Esq., nor in the city of Richmond, and for many years in the Post Olltce has such confidence in the astonishing ellieaey of Carter's Spanish Mixture, that be has bought upwards of So bottles, which he has given to the alllielcd. Mr. Luck says he has never known it to fail wheu taken according to directions. Dn. Mixmt. a practising Phvsicinn.aud former ly of the City Hotel, in the city of Richmond, says he has witnessed iu a number of instances the ef. fects of Carter's Spanish Mixture which were most truly surprising. He says in a case of Cimsunip. tion, dependent on theLiver.thegood effects were wonderful indued. , Samukl M. llitiNKKit, of the firm of Drinker Sc Morris, Uichinond, was cured of Liver Complaint of 8 years standing, by the use of two bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture. GumT cewt of ScKurDL.v. The Editors of the Richmond Republican liad a servant employed in their dress room, cured of violent Scrofula, com bined with Rheumatism, which entirely disabled him from work. Two bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure of him, and the Ed itors, in a ((ublio notice, say they "ohcerfullyrce omniend it to all who areatfticto'd withany disease of the blood." ' Still ANOiHEBCtiss orScuopuLA. Ihndavery valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Span ish Mixture I consider it truly a valuable med icine. JAMES M. TAYLOR, conductor on the R. F & P. R. It. Co., Richmond, V. SALTiHEUM OP 20 Y'ES STANDING CUBED Mb. Jon Tuoiipjon, residing in the city of itienmoud was cured by three bottles of Carter s Spanish Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had nearly 20 years, and which all the physicians of me cuy coma noi cure, Mr. i tinmpson is a well known merchant in the city of Riehmoud, Va., and his cure is most remarkable. Wit. A. Mattiibws, of Richmond, had a servant cured of Syphilis, in the worst form, bv Carter's Hpanisii Mixture, lie says he cheerfully recom mends it, and considcrsitaninvaluable medicine. Ricoabd E. West, of Richmond was cured of Scrofula, and what Physicians called confirmed Consumption, by three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture. Edwix Burtox, commissioner of the revenue, says he has seen the good ellVctsof Carter'sSpuu ish Mixture is a number of Syphilitic cases, and says it is a perfect cure for that horrible disease. Wx. G. Ilntwooi), of Richmond, cured of Old Bores and Ulcers, which di si bled himfrom walk ing. Took s few bottles of Carter's Spanish Mix .ture, and was enabled to walk without a crutch, in S short time permanently cured. BESNliT & UKERS, No. lio. Main St., Va.. Proprietors to whom all ordersmustbeaddressed. . jm. ara- no iw "m m 9 Minshall, Rinehnrt & Co., Eaton, ' J. H. Bonn, Camden. Lough & Co.. Fairhavcn. J. Brown, Morning Sun. D. B. Edwards, Winchester. .J. Coblentz, Lewisburg. J. II. Gale, West Alexandria. EATON MARBLE SUOl. THE Subscriberis now receiving direct from the East, large additions to his former . stock, of thevery bestof Marble; and having in his employ superior workmen, he feels entire confideneein giving perfeclsntisfaction to an who may favor Lira with their patron age, either in MONEMFNTS. TOMB TABLES, or HEAD STONES. Also Furniture Slabs of Foreign and American Mar ble. Also, Windowand Door Caps and Sills lot buildings. All work sold very low for cash or country produde at cash prices. Persons needing work in this line would do well to call nndjexamine my stock at the new Marble Depot on East Mainstreet, adjoining the Eaton Bank. . JOHN D. MILLER. Eaton Jan 13, 1853. tf. W.M'Leah. P. L. Weavkr- Washington M'-Lcan Co., I OILER MAKERS, and dealers in Been Hand Hollers and Engines, Congress street,one dooreast ofLudlow, uncu nan, Ohio. Constantly on hand anassorment of new andsecond hand lloilers, which they willsell jow or exchange forold ones. June 3, 1832 - Carrige liuggie& Wagon Shop... fPlIE undersigned would respectfully tm JL nouace tothe public that he still contin ues to carry on C'ariia?e Uuggie & Two horse wagon making at the old stand adjoining Neal's blaacnsmithshop. Work of all kinds tnadeto order on short notice. Also several new Buggies and Carriages ready made and for sale on terms that cannot fail to suit. Persons in w.mtof like articlts are invited to call and examine the work for them selves before purchasing elsewhere. P. S. All kinds of repairing done, old Lug 'gies and carriages repainted and relrimmed, on fair terms with neatness and despatch. W. T WHITFIELD. Eaton April 6th 1853. Music! Music! JUST received at C. Vanausdal . Co' a fine lot of Violins Flutes, Violin Strings, Bridge. Tail nieces, Screws, It Rosin. April 6, 1854. tr. Always on Hand" . A fine assortinentol'Gingliams, Barredsliiped aadpUnat STEPHENS 4 C". M OCOHHEE - & B R O THER, A SUCCESSORS TO GALLIGHER & ERNST, -Wholesale Dealers In FOlSIGfJ i DOMESTIC 111 EMS.'. Kb. 123 MAHT STRIET, BETWEEN TH1KB AND FOUETH 8T8., CINCINNATI. (GTSpecial Inducements offered to Cash Customers. September 23, 185 1 ly. ' Lebanon "Cituen" copy one year. LIVER COMPLAINT, jr jm. JW u x 9 CHRONIC OR NERVOUS Pebility,DiseaseoftheKidncys,andalldiseasea -:.:.,.. r...,. . ;,r,l..r..H I. in or stomach; Suciias Constipation; inward Piles; Fullness of Blood to the Head; Acidity of the Homacli; ueari burui Disgust lor Food; f ullness 01 n isigm " Stomach; Sour Emctations; Sinking or Ilutter ine nt the Pitf the Stomach; Swimming of the Hurried and Dillicult Breathing; Flutter ing at the Heart; Choking or Sull'ocating Sensa tions when in a lying posture; Dimness of Vision; Dots or Webs before the sight; rever ana jnm p;,i I,. h 1l,.iul: Deficiency of Frespiratiun; Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest. Limbs, c: fcuaucn riusnei Heat: Burning intho Flesh; Constant Inuiginiugs or evil, anu ureut uepressiuu 01 rfn na, CAN BK EFPECTUAI.LV Cl'REB bv DR. HOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED German Bitters, Pkepaked sr Pu. C. M. Jacksos, K0. 120, Arch Strrtt, Philadelphia. Their power over the above diseases is not ex celled, if equalleu. by any inner preparuwuu u the L'uitod States, as the cures attest, in. many casus alter skillful physicians had failed. These Bitters are worthy the attention of inva lids. Possessing greater virtues in the rectilica tiim of disuses of tin- I.iver and lesser glands, uxercisiinr the most sea rchinir nowers iu wcuknaks and all'ectious of the digestive orgaus, they are, withal, safe, certain and pleasant. HEAD AND 1)E CONVINCED. E. 1!. PkHKixs, -Marietta, 0. Feb. 22, '51, mid: 'Your Bitters are highly priced by those who have used them. In a case of Liver Complaint of longstanding, which !iau resisteu ine smu i ral Physicians, was eutirely cured by the use ot Five Bottles." C. L. Dk vkr, Freedom, Poitageco., 0., April l-i, ISM, said: "The (iermaii Bitters you sent me la st have not vet come to hand. 1 have been out of the article for some time, to the great Uctri ineiit of invalids: It is a medicine much thought of and sought after iu tliis comm unity." B. M. Hi:tciiixsox. M. P., lieun.ru, uiyanoga 1.. Ohio. Amr. 2ii. 1S5l', said: The Hitters you shipiwd me iu .laylast,are all gone 1 thmk it is a gi:Kt medicine, and I am recommending it to niv patients aud friends (which 1 do for no oth. er intent medicine.) Yoa will ploase forward a large supply. S. Fiiiiscu, v coster, u., .ov., 20. ituj, I have used some three r four Bottles of II of. land's (Jerniiin Bitters for Pyspejwift and nave ae hioii.iit I'roni their use. 1 believe them to be gsd for all disuases for which they are ra- coiiunended." , . . 0 W M. dun. Wormter. Ohio. uctoDcr ann, said: "You ask me my opinion of the liernian Bitters. I have used them lor l)ysiepia ana in digestion, and take pleasure in stating tnat 1 ihii.t tli,.,. .n th titv best remedy extint for the above complaints they arc decidedly in advance of all the proprieti.ry medicines of the day ', ;TMr. Orr is a distinguished lawyer ot n ssrer These Bitters are entirely vegetable. They never prostrate the system, but invigorate it. Minsliall, Rinelwrt & Co. Eaton. J. H. Bohn, Camden. I)ngh 4 Co., Fairhaven. J.Brown, Morning Sun. D. B. Edwards, Winchester J. Coblentz, Lewisburg. J. II. Gale, West-Alex-andria. March 80, yr. ,-'i SPECIAL NOTICE To all Persons Interested. . A LL those knowing themselves indebted to f E. Minshall and E. Minshall & Son, are earnestly requested to make paynienton or be fore the 15th of January next, to E. Minshall, who is fully authorized 10 close the Looks and make settlements. N. B. It is confidently hoped that no addi tional notice will be required; but that all con cerned will promptly come forward and liquid ate their indebtedness. E. MINSHALL will nt all times be found at the New Book Store, iu J. Campbell's biiilJinij, west nf the Court House. K JUH&tmtii. a. ouii. Eaton, Jan 5, 1854-tf. TTsrioia ; and fsateenYty. INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS! GEOKGE W. GANS, GENT at Eaton, for Washington Union i Fire Insurance Company, Cleveland, 0. Capital S200.CO0. Etna Fire and Inland Trnnsp Ttatinn Insu rance Company of Hartford the oldest Hart ford Company chartered in 1819. Capital J300.000. ' . Ohio Life Insurance Company of Cincinna ti. Capital Stock 6100,000. All paid in and safely secured. New England Live Stock Insurance Compa ny, against death by diseases ox accident, fwnni a.ifi.rioo. We. the undersigned, insure in the above companies and believe them to be entirely safe end responsible. Geo. D. Hkxuricks, Wuth. Union. Nkal & Harris, N. E. Lint Stuck. W.u. Bloompirld, Ohio Life. C. Vanai'Suai. & Co., Etna. Ja ob Chambers, Vi'ath. Union. Rai cm. Hack 61 Co., M'nth. Union. Oj-OKMCKat my Law Office, second story Court House. jam Eaton Dressing Itoom. Main itreet ,a djoinin tt he National Hotel ROBERT GOIXCH, TVTOW holds himself in readiness for Bniber 1 1 ing, Hair Dressing, Shampooing and every hinrr thnt h Innir to liiS ll lie of bUSIIleSS. No ains will be spared to please all, and he in tes all to coll and try for themselves. 12 10 a 53 a m 7? T AniES'"nnd Gentlemens' kUl Gloves I Jjfinislied silk gloves, Bl'ksilk mits Lisle Thread, Silk and cotmn Gloves, Hute, of all sizes and qualites at the new strre of STEPHENS & Co. PURE NATIVK WINE, prepared by Dr. P. II Cui'ME, and for sale at the Drugstore 01 Liquors. I flKN'M AI.asHortineiit of LiouOrsof allkmds. A pure article, for sale at the wholesale and retail Grecory of maSO. . d.v.i..iii.iijji. PURE and No. 1 White Lead of the best brands, for sale by J- 1 urooKius X ,-son. AB1A SELLER, WHOLESALE DRUOOI8T AND DEALER IN English, French, German, and American Chemicals, drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Glasware, Perfumery &o. N. E. corner Main and Columbia sts., Cin, Offers to Druggists, Country Merchants and Physicians, a very eitensivesiocK 01 ine iore- jnint. nrticles. He conlines his particulur at tention to supplying medicines of the best quality and feels confident that bis prices for this irade of goods are as low as those of any other house in me city. Special attention given lo orders. irch 9, 1854. ... " ' i,1i)HK.S, Rnkes, ffrndesand Shovels of v-ious ' kiudsonbaudattbe Grocery af' .i. ' -ma 80. ' 8. OCSSISGHAM.', D0CT0S YOURSELF: TIIE POCKET jESCULAPIUS OR, IVERV ONC HIS OWN rliVSlCiAN. fJHE 60 y Edition, wilh One Hun- X uted hngtavings, showing Urea ses snd Mnlformationsof the Human System in every shape and form. To which is added aTrsalise on the Diseases of Females, being of the highest importance to married people, or those contemplating marrage. By WILLIAM YOUNG ,M .. Let no father be ashamed to present a copy orthe A.SCLLAPIL8 to bis child. It inny save him from an early grave. .Let 110 young man or woman enter into the secret obliga tions of married life without reading the POCKET iESCULAPIl'S. Let no one &uf ferim! from a hacknied Coue Pain in the side, restless nights, nervous feelings, aud the whole train of Dyspeptic sensations, acd given up by their physicians be another moment without consulting the Esculapius Have the married, or those about to be married any impediment, read this truly useful book, ns it has been the means of saving thousands of unfortunate crea tures from the rery lows of death. TT Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CE.yrs enclosed in a letter, will receive one copy of this work by mail, or five copies will be sent tor Due Dollar. Address, (post paid.) DR. WM. YOUNG Nn. 152 Spruce St, Philadelphia. SHAW, BUELL Ac B Alt HO I'll lIl'imTERKS k JOBBERS UP 229 SIX W lICKOSaiM m 65 Fearl Street CINCINNATI, OHIO. March 9, 1858. . . EOHNETS! BONNETS! A niceassortmentoflliaid,Gimp,Straw,Silk, iXSatin aud other Bonnets alwaysto befounil at STEPHENS & Co. WIIITE Fish, Mackerel and other varieties of II rish.ji . iust received at the (Itooerr of imo 01 K. S. CU.NM.MillA.il PRINTS TlTST received a thousand and one pieces of O Prints 01 the best styles nnu goon colors at sriiPHiiisa uo. FOR GENTLEMEN t"TfE have Black. Brown, and fancy cloths, VV Block Doe-skin and Fnncy cassimeres, Fancy silk, Satin and Marseilles Vestings, and in fact every-thing else 10 fit a Uentleman out in, from head to foot, at STEPHENS k Co. W.J.GILMOUE. (Succctsor to Hawkins S Gilmon.) A rrORNEY and Counsellor at Law. Of IX. fice on Baron street, 3 doors south of the Kegister Printing Office. March 29-tf. Queensware and Glassware, CHINA, Stone and Common ware, Glassware or all kinds, Looklng-ulnsscs of nil sises at the New Store of STEPHENS 4 Co. CRACKERS, Cbeese.Ac.of the bestqualltv.for sale by ma 80 B . CUX.MUtiA'M Just Received. BIRD Cagoi.Canaryaudlleinp Seed. at thePrug Store of J. P. Brookins A Son. CITIZENS BANK, RICHMOND INDIANA. PrOPUIIITORR: Rob't.Mouuison, Albeut C Blan'cbabo Cha's. Corn. YXJ E allowSix percent interest upon deposits V subject to sight checks, make discounts on approved pawr and huv and sell exchange. MORRISON BLANCUARD A CO. April 8m.' NOW ARRIVING A SPLENDID STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS, AT O. & W. II. II. C. MINOR 'S COMPRLiEI) IN PART OF LADIES' DRESS GOODS, "INCLUDING all the latest styles of Silks I Plaids, Plain and Fancy Silks, Velvets, Be rages, Bernge Delaines, all wool, Delaines, Coburgs, French Mennoe together with 300 PIECES PRINTS Of almost every imaginable style and colors, faom 5 to 25 ots. per yard. SHAWLS, Bay State, Long and Square do.. Cashmere, Palm and Brochd. m m m rmr w sta w mm 9 Silk, Lace, and Straw. 50 pieces Plain, Plaid and fancy Bonnet Ribbons. Ladies' embroidered collars, chemisettes, under-sleeves, handkerchiefs, jaconetteswiss edgings and insertincs. Gentlemen's wear of everv description, Silk, Cassmere and Wool Hats. Men's and boy's Plush, cloth Velvet and Glazed caps. Boots and Shoes, 1000 Pairs Men's, Women's, Misses' Boy's 1 Children's Boots and Shoes. CARPETS, Ul wool, Ingratn, Hemp, Rag and Cotton . .cnets. A large stock of Queensware, Glassware, Cutlery, Arc, All of the above named articles, and' onr Quantity of other goods having been hounhtre- cently at reduced prices in Philadelphia, New York and Cincinnati, can and will be sold upon ns favorable terms as by any house in the West. Evejy body both great and sinal are invited to call lo be convinced that Mi nor's is the place to get ba.gains. Sept. 14 1854. Scott! 8 Little Giaut Pateut Corn and Cob Mill. Patented Ma$ 16, 1854. The nndersi?ned respectfully betf leave to in- lorm tno tarnung cooiimiinty aud public in crenc ral that they have now in store and ready for sale a choice lot of the above named Mills.wliich we warrant to irrind twelve bushel of corn in one hour, drawn by one horse. Farmers and others are respectfutly solicited to call at our store and see one of our mills in operation. J, A. llubbcll 4 Co., 13 Harron street. HO! FOR THE NEW GOOES. FIRST ABBITAL 07 FALL AND WINTER GOODS. WE are this day opening our extensive stock of DRY GOODS, QUEENS- WAflE, HATS and CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES, which are direct from Philadelphia, and to which we ask the attention of our friends and the publjcgenerally. Betore pur chasing elsewhere, calr -end ee, at the New Store of 8TEPHEN8 CO.. WARE ROOMS, ISAAC L. JOHNSON, respectfully announ ces to the citizens of Eaton, and the public . v generally, that he has now on tijyj hand, ready made and for sale, tJ, ... .. . 4j larSC nd handsome assort ment of FL'KNITLKE, embracing elegant Sofas, Centre Tables, Eosy Chairs, Parlor Chairs, &C, of the most beautiful and-approved styles of form and finish. COMMON CABINET VASE. I have on band a very heavy slock of chea per ware, comprising Cane, Flag and Wood Seat Chairs, Stands, Bedsteads, Lounges, &c. The above articles may be found al my Rooms on Buron street, adjoining the Book-Store of Ellis Minshall, and immediately west ot the Court House, where all persons desiring uny thing inlhe Furniture line are requested to call. Having in operation at my manufacturing establishment, near the Railroad Depot, Steam Turning Machinery, I will attend to all orders in my line wilh promptness. Work of all kinds made to order on short notice aud rea sonable rates. Thankful for the liberal share of public pa tronage heretofore received, the subscriber hopes to merit and receiv a continuance of public favor. Eaton, Jan. 26,1 854 tf. REMOVAL. T P. BROOKINS i SOX, have removed their J il'riig store to the store-room lately kept by Uubbell & ilsou, one door soutn 01 A. . Ail tor's on Baron street, where thov will bc tdeaS' cd to see all their old friends and customers and as many new ones as will civethemacall. Their stock consists of American. French, and English Drucs, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints. Oils, ar. uislies, Glassware, Dve-stutl's, Brushcs, Perfii' merv, Fancy articles, ic, Pure Wines and ljiiuors for medicinal purpc scs, all of which will be sold at the lowest prices for cash. They have a genernl assortment of the most approved Patent Medicines of the day, to gether witn a cuoico lot ot ja.mii.i ukui i-.is IV.H . May 13,'54.-wt8i. NEW ARRANGEMENT J. P. BROOKINS & SOn, SUCCESSORS TO J. P. BROOKINS & CO, TT'OCLD respectfullyaimounce to the citizens V f Eaton and the public generally, that they nave entered intoparuiersiiip 111 toe Dru Business, and will continue the Drug Store atthcold stand, North-west comer ot liaiuu and homers Mreets, Eaton Ohio, where they will be pleased toaccom modate all who may favor them withtheirpatron- nge. llieir sMcs is toll and well selected, anu they feel confldi'iit they can aeconmiudnto the public with almost everything usually kept in like establishments. Iu addition to Medicincs.fhevwillkeepouhand a fine lot of FAMILY GROCERIES. March 23. 1S64. tf. HfiW HARDWARE ST0R3- THE undersigned b'g leave to inform the Pub lic iu general tbnt tliey arc now receiving ti large and well selected stnek of Hardware. Among the various articles in our lino may bc fouud a complete stock of- House Fastenings, Butts, Hinges; Screws, Nails, Bradds; Chest, Drawer and Till Locks: Curtains, Pins and Hands; Hand Bells; Grindstones; Grind-ttone Hangings; Mill Saws; Files; Table and Poektt Cutlery; Butcher Knives; Tea and Table Spoons; Sad and Dog Irons; Surplice Pins; Forks, Shovels and Spades; Ooss cut Sawj ; Brace Uitts; Carpet Tacks; and a variety of other articles too numerous to mention, all uf wh'cb will bo sold atwholesale or retail, at very low rates. J. A. ULiini-.LL. a. t o.. Sept 23, 1854. No. 13. Barron alreet. fancy White Goods. TUST opened, a large lot of Chemisettes tin- I dcr-sleeves, Collars, .locoretts and Swiss Edgings, Insertings, Linen nnd Cotton Laces and Edgings, at STEPHENS Co. TASKETS. Buckets, Tubs, Churns and other I) articles of Cedar and Willow-Ware now for sale at the Grocery of mi to. R. S. CUN.MNOIIAM T MHtACCO.SnuT and Cigars nf all kinds for sale at tho wholesale and retail Grocery 01 ma 80. R- Cunningham. G. W. GANS Attorney and Counfellor at Law Eatos Ohio. Office Second stoiiv orTnECocnTlIottsR. WINDOV -SHARES. RANSPAKENT and pajKT landscapes also Landscape t'ir Screens for sale bv Marsh & Lnckwood. r BOUND Alum and Lake Salt bv theUarrelor J back, just received and tor sale by ma 10. R. S. CUNNINGHAM. Something Handsome Yf AY always be found in Ihe way of dress ;U silks an the INew Store of Stephens y Co. for we always keep Plain, Figured, Black, Plain, Barred, Figured, Plain, Cliangable anj dther fancy sites. f roccries, a choice stock now on hand VTmid for sale wholesale or retail. Send your orders to the Grocery of Wilson & Lani us if you desire fresh, cheap and good articles pposite the Court House, Main St., Eaton, O. GEO. W. THOMPSON Attorney and Counsellor ot Law, WILL practice in Preble and adjoining counties. OfflceoverWilson&Lanius'Store.opposite the Court House, atoll, June 2, 1S53. HAMS, Shoulders and Sides for sale at the wholesale aud retail Grocery of inu 30. R. S. Cunningham. ORANGES, Lemons, Nuts, Fruits, Ac, for gnle cheap at the wholesale and retail Grocery of ma 30. R. S. Cunningham. I 0 Oflfi BU3lIELS 0A1'3 WANT El), for 1U,VJU which the highes price in cash will be paid, by It. S. CUNNINGHAM. " Ro olTlSTs lioeisT " " C1ALF, Kip, Stoga and Congress Boots, Pat ent Leather and other Fancy shoes, Ladies' and Children's shoes of all stvles at the New Store of foTEPHEN.S te Co. G.A.Tavlor. Wm. B.French. J.E.Wynne TAYLOR, FRENCH, k WYNNE, IMPORTERS A NO WHOLK8AI.KllKAI.KRMN Irish .Linen uud White Goods -ALSO Umbrellas, rarasoIi.Clovcj, Hosiery, AND EVKRV DtSCkllTlONOJ TRIMMINGS AND FANCY DRY GOODS Corner Main PearlSts. Cincinnati , September 2, 1B62. Just Received LA GE and fresh supply of GROCERIES 0 l all kinds, which will be sold wholesale orre- ial at the lowest rates, by marcnao. 1- K. S. CUNNINGHAM. . Hats St Caps.. THE latest styles of silk Hats, Panama, Leg horn. .Wool dr. Palm leaf bats, also a good assortment of Caps now on hand and for sale 1 American Artist'f Union. TIIE American Artists Union, would respect fully announce to the citiiena of the Uuited States and the Oanadaa. that for the purpose of cultivating taste for the lluo arts throughout tue couutrv, aua wiui a view t""i " family to become possessed of a gallery of En gravings, By tho First Artists, of toe Age, They tiave determined, in order to create an ex tensive sale for their engravings, and thus not only give employment to a large number of artist aoa others, but Inspire among our countryniea a taste for works of art, to present to the purchas ers of their engravings whan 250,000 of which arc sold, 250,000 GIFTS, of the Actual Cast ( , $150,000. Each purchaser of a One' Dollar Engraving, therefore, receives not only an Engraving ricii ly worth the money, but also a ticket which enti tles him to one of the Gifts when they are dis tributed. ' For Five Dollars a highly finished Engraving, bt-nnti fully ii utod in Oil, and five Gift Tickets, will be sent; or Five Dollars worth of splendid Eu graviiigs can be selected from the Catalogue,aud cut by return mail or express. A copy of the Catalogue, together with a spec! -men of ono of the Engravings, can bo seeu at tho ollice of this paper. For each Dollar sent an Engraving actually worth that sum, and a Gift Ticket, will immedi ately bo forwarded. AGENTS, The Committee believing that the aweess of thisGreat atiuffl Liulcrtakiug win De umien ailv promoted by the encrgyand enterprise of in telligent and persevering Agents, have resolved iu treat with such on the most liberal terms. Any person wishing to beooine au Agent, by sending (post paid,) 1, will receive by return of Mail, a One Dollar Engraving, a "Gilt Ticket," a Prospectus, a Catalogue aud all other necessa re information. On the final completion of tho sale, the Gifts will be placed in the liaurtsot a Committee 01 me purchasers to be distributed, due 11 tiec uf which will bo give 11 throughout the L'uited States and the Cauudus. LIST OF GIFTS. 100 Marble bustsof Washiugtotiat ?100 $10,000 100 " - Clay loo lu.ooo loo , " Webster 100 ;oo " " Culhouu loo 50 elegant Oil Paiutiiurs, in 9jden (lid gilt frames, size 3x4 ft, each 100 10,000 10,000 6,000 5,000 100 elcguut Oil 1 aiutiugs, 2x4 It. each, 50 500 steel plate Eugrnviugs, bnl- liuntly colored ill oil. rich gilt frames, 21x3v in. each. 10 5,000 10,000 elegant steel plate Engra vings, colored in oil, 01 ine Washington Mjnumeut, 20x21) in. each. i 40,000 237,000 steel plateengraviugs.from 100 aiueruut plates now in pos- session of and owned by the Artists' Union, of the market value of from 50 cts to 1 eueh, 41,000 $12,000 22,000 1 first-class Dwelling, in Ulst St., V. Y. city. 22 BuildiLgLotsinlOOandlOl t.. N. V.city,oaoh2oxlOiit. deep 1,000 100 Villa Sites, containing each lO.ooO sip ft. in the suburbs ot N. Y. city, and commanding a m.'.t-nificeiit view of the Hud- sou River aud Long Island Sound, at 500 50,000 20 perpetual loans of cash, without interest or secur:tvol.j'j,njeacu 50 do. do. do. 10) 6,000 6, nuM 100 do. do. do. SO 6,000 6.000 do. do. do. 20 2.000 do. do. do. 5 10,000 Reference in regard to the Heal hstate, r. J. VisseiiKit A Co.. Ileal Estate Brokers. New ork. Orders, (post paid.) with money enclosed, to bc ..1.1- X f l lll.l IMOOL'V ki.i. nub itroauway, n. 1 t7"The Enirrayinga in the Catalogue are now ready tor delivery. mv. 2, lo. J. 81. MEREDITH, "TRESIDE.VT DENTIST, fi2frri Eatos, Ohio, Office and residence ou Damn street west of of the Court Il iuse, in the houso lately occupied by V. A. Cuuiiingham. April 6, ISii. iy rJiIIof 1831 IIOliELL, ALEXANDER & DRIVER. WHOLESALE DEALEKE IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC AVSS Pearl Street, Cincinnati, O , D ESPEOTKL'LLY invite theatteiition of the it Country Trade to their large and well se lected stock of Fall and Winter Goals, jusl received and arriving daily, which they offer to dispose of on the most reasonable terms for cash or on lime to those wno pay promptly. Sept. 23, 1851. 100 Tons Iron Just received and for sale low by J. A. Uubbell 4 Co., 13 Barron st. O. ALDRICEI, DKAI.KR 1! ' CHINA, GLASS-WARE, ETC. 181 Ulaln Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. French China Gold Maud, China and Tea Ware; White Rank, dining and tea ware: White Ironstone Ware Dining, Tea and Toilet Ware: Painted Ware; Common White and Edge Ware; Girondoles; Solar Lamp; Plated Siona. Forks and Butter Knives; Plated and Britannia Castors; German .Silver Table and Tea Spoons; Guarded and plain Lanterns; Glassware, every variety; Waiters and Tea Trays; Foreign and Domestic Cutlery; Britannia Ware. Sept. 23 Lebanon 'Citizen" copy. Saddlery. A complete stock of everything in this line, for sale cheap at So. lit Barron street. Rounet Ribbons. 'PHIS day received by Express a pile of Bon X Oct Ribbons of Hie la'.est styles, a STEPHENS k Co. X A 7IIEAT,Rye, Corn,' Oats, Flaxseed, Pota V y toes.and all kindsof l'rodiiceboughtatthe wholesale and retail grocery of ma. 30. 'R.S. Cunningham I) ROOMS and Brushes of all kinds just receiv i cd and for sale by the wholesale nr retail at tho Grocery of R. S. Cunningham 10FFEES, Sugars, Teas, Molasses, Ac, a large nua cnoice variety lor sale, at the lowest pn o inaso R. S. CUNNINGHAM. Springs and Axles. Wo have received direct from the manufactur ers a large stock of theabovo named gtods which wc oiler to the trade at low rates. J. A. Uubbell & Co., 18 llarroi) st. Acme of Fashion, W. 0. Banflll ft Wm. Engle, HAVE formed a co.partnersliipin the Tailoring uuKiuess, anu may ue ioutiii iu me room immcut. atcly over Stephen's & Ci'i, store, Main street Eaton Ohio. Nov. 1(1, 1854. " STONE FOR SALE. fPlIE subscriber informs tlx publio that he L will furnish on short notice anv quantity of uuiiuiug 010DC, susn as caps, sins onu steps. Call at the well known Stone Ouarrv of 1 , 1 n 1 1 c . iiriKiiinu ot loung, ti muesirnm r.aton, on the iwiburg road, T, &. J. BHANNAN. June 24,1854. Constantly on Hand, B eached, and Brown sheeting and shirting, muslins, paper mus lin, colored muslins, tickings, checks, to., at the New Store of - ' STEPHENS Co. -L cy 10 at. " My X L. T. est T -U ' of for the GEORGE .1 MANUFACTURES, JOBBER and EttATli i or- , CLOAKS AND BIANTILLAS, NO, 76 FOURTH. STREET OPPOSITE SMITH k NIX0.V8PIAS0 F0BHI8I1RD UUIUUI HAHUrACTDJlftp 0 .OBM Paper patlerns kept Constantly 0 nRh,:lwfc for each garmont; one basted, the other' I cut by, so that customers will hv Bo" trouble of putting them together. 1 -n'jS Oct. 8(1, 1054. ' :r f JOU 1. TROXRLt. JOB , ABtlORr JOHN J. TROXELI CO.,,, WHOLESALE AND KETATL SBALEBS W RibbontJIowert, EmbroideriexV Silks AUB A COMPLBTI AMORTRMT Of " v, MILLINERY GOOD& 14S FIF IU STREET, CINCINNATI, OSlO. FALL. ' ' 1854.- THOKAS KcTJONOGH, ' "' ""1 CINCINNATI, 0. WHOLESALE GUdCEB, AND HEALKR IN' 1 1 '.' Seeds Country Produce, St cr.' 6th Street, North Side, 3 doori Wettof'Elms 'lull, suuscriuer uit.e mis iiil-ihu., ui iiuuiiiiifg his old friends and the public in gerteml.that he lms enlarged his store room abeve and kclow, and is now reneivingalnrgoand fraidrassortaient UlWCKlllKS, comprising iu party of , , 60 Barrels No. 1 Mackerel. '. 100 No. 8 : " .... ; .,u CO . " No. 3 ' 1"' ;w 160 1-2 " Nos. I,,2 and3. . . , - 75 " New Whilefisb. .',.,;..,,.,, 60 1-2 ' - . . . ; ,. ; 150 " Prime Plantation Mobustl. 100 Kegs assorted Nails. . . : :.rj 80 Boxes Glass. . - .1 ,, ,,: Sugar, Coffee, Tea,' Sice, Indigo, Aln, Madder, Hipcros,' Oitton Yarns. Salt, tobacco, Lead, tc, together witb all articles of Groceries suitable for the country trade. Merchants are respectfully invited ty call and examine 'goods, ami ascertain prices before purchasing else where. October S, 1854, CARD FROM v 1 YM. LEE a CO. CINCINNATI, OHIO. Dry Goods for Fal! and Winter Ue. WE respectfully solicit attention to our, very large assortment of seasonable goods; ole L'aot, tasteful and fa -'ioimble styles of . . -, L.l3tES IDRESS GOODS. U Einbrotderies, Laws, Hliuvrls, 'loisks, aud Mantles..-' ' Wc believe we are prvpared to please the Fan of almost all who wish to purchase articles of ibis description. Iu the plaiu and substantial brii-s wanted by every person, wa are prepared furnish gonls of the beat niuuufacturo of the arnsis grades o! quality. , ; We bestow much care in the purchase of Our giKMis, bnth with relereiicc to beauty 01 style, and perfection nf fabric. Otir prices will be found a low ns at any houe iu the West; aud wt are tel ling ut the presi lit time many kiuda of Unoda at much lower prices than at any former period. Those who purchase from us can select train a Ur ger variety than can be fouud elsewhere, and will nut be urged to take what doe uotplvut them. ... ; GiMidswill bo found a recommeadfd er )by may be returned. In our CLOAK AND SHAWL",'"' deportment wc olfcr a very large variety of eloks and mantles of onr own manufacture a well at imported garments and others selected from the best establishments in New Turk. Wt exhibit i1k.o of nur own manufacture with eonfldtne that In beauiyorstytc, ndierfeotloOorwerkaMB. shin they are not excelled. , -.. GoOisruon AtrcTiox Salchx Ntw Yor. We avail oursel ves of every advantage presented these gales for cheap poicunscsaufleanoffsras many "bargains' as anv other Ilousr. I , ,' WILLIAM LEE C0., ' T, West Fourth St., Cincinnati, Obit. October ID, 1x54 tf. JOSEPH H. SAFES, . KerrandiKC and Produce Broker, 42 MAIN STREET, (SKCONU STOKV,) CINCINNATI, OHIO. Oct. 5, '54 Ijt. . P. TATLOB. W. t. SILLS . TATX0B ft OUT, ' "' Wholesale dealers in Pure Green and ' Blaek TEAS, : Foreign and Domestic Cigars, Tobaeto, Second Door East of Walnut, Cincinnati, O. J. P. BALL, - Nos. 28 Fourth & 10 Fifth sts CINCINNATI. facilities fur taking pictures of children am not equalled in the city, having 'lately added a new room with a superior light, r expressly for that purpose. .. ., . i , JTPicturea taken io all kind of weithtl. March 9, 1863. . . . ,,-.Mr...f DAY & MAT LACK,,;;' Wholesale Peelers in . . ..v ., No. HI, Pearl Street, SOUTH SIDE, BETWEEN WALNUT k'MW CINCINNATI, O. rpiiey are now receiving a large and desira blu stock of Seasonable Goods, to which. they invite the attention of the tiaie.i; iil Feb. 23, 1854. ' -.mo.-iu W. WINSTON, I ' ' A. W. WtkatOM, SIIOTWF.LL, '' ' ti B. 'WINSTOII, WHOLESALE DEALER SjN IUV GOODS, yr'.n ,, No. 29 'Pearl Street, between Main U Walrfut, craamiATi, o. . " RE now receiving their Hock of Spring . Goods, which will be round to comprise) every style, quality and price of ' Foreign X Domestic Dry Goo js, selected with a knowledge of the wants ot Western Merchants and purchased at the low prices. Merchants visiting the city foitb purpose of purchasing an entire itock of re. plenishing, will find out slock complete, i, ried and superior in quality, and our terms low. Give us call at No. 29 Pearl itreet. February 16, 1854. . . WILLIAM W1S1VELL, JTr OOKING GLASS, PORTRAIT ' PIC: ture Manufactory, No. 129 Main itreet, ttween Third and'Kourfh streets, Cincinnati, " ing Glasses, Portrait and Picture Frame every pattern, Mahogany and Gilt Framea Pictures cut tosuitany size at short notice. Looking Glass Plate Jiutf into old framea Frames repaired and rcgilt. All kinds of or namental gilt frames made to order and to-fit pictures.. Fine Ftench ricturei 'an hihdnf first quality. Call and axamlnt my itock. May 6, 1852.--ly. . . .....-. .i,. J. G, WILLIAMS, ,,, w Wholesaleaud Retail Dealer in -FRESH O R O C B R I E S, v Baror. St., Eaton, O. Mtti,u,:( BreadFreihand Cconstantlkeatr1 : i feed