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ONE THOUSAND TICKETS ! . Mil il TWin-EIEIT :-EDU!i Gift Concerts, Gift Festivals, Gift Newspaper enterprises and various other Gitt occasions are the order of the day, and we have concluded to present to the people one of the best Gift Enterprises ever offered any community. We will distribute One Thousand Tickets at ONE DOL LAR each, and every person purchasing a ticket will receive the "Eaton Democrat ' one year, and au opportuniH to secure one of the splendid tmii in me ioiiowing uei ; 1 Gold Watch M . , " Silver " " Hunting Watch Gold Watch Chain Fine Heavy Gold Ring Lady's Gold Breast Pin " Watch Chain ' ..Large Gold Pencil Gold Pencil Allen's Revolver Colt's " Gold Breast Pin 45,00 35,00 25,00 25,00 25,00 10,00 6,00 10,00 18,00 10,00 6,00 10,00 22,00 3,00 . GoldEar-dropg $4,00 1 Pair Silver Butler Knives 6,00 " " Gold Bracelets "10,00 6 Silver table spoons 12,00 " " Tea " 10,00 1 Silver Lepine Watch . 18,00 " Quartier Watch 16,00 Gold Ear-rings 3,00 1 Heavy Gold Finger-ring 4,00 "Geld Pencil 4,00 " Breast Pin 2,00 Butter Knives ' .3,00 1 Lady's Breast Pin 3,00 " Gold Pen and Pencil 5,00 Amoimtinginall to Thirteen Huudred and Fifty Dollars. No risk here every ticket is worth the price it costs whether it se cures a gift or not. There is no game of chance in this enterprise value is given for the money invested and the gifts are as premiums to the sub scribers of the " Democrat." The distribution of the gifts will take place so soon as the One Thousand Tickets are sold, and if they are not dis posed of by the 7th day of March, a proportionate number of gifts will be distributed. Each ticket will be numbered and contain beside a liet of the gifts, a printed receipt for the "Democrat" one year, The manner of distributing the gifts will be as follows; The numbers will be placed in a box and the first one drawn therefrom, whether it be one or, one thou sand, or any other, will command the first prize. The second the second and so on until all are disposed of. The distribution to be conducted by disinterested persons. The property is all put in at a fair valuation and -will be warranted as represented. Here is an opportunity to obtain a pa per for one year for the small sum of One Dollar, and chance to secure a gift. Send in your names immediately. All orders post paid will be promptly attended to. Address W. C. GOULD. N. B. Any person ordering ten tickets, will receive the eleventh, free of charge. The money in all cases to accompany the order. Twenty two Tickets for $20. Forty-four tickets for 40. One hundred Tickets for $90. Roll in with your orders and take a chance in the best Gift Enterprise ever offered. Camphene Explosion—Two Children Terribly Burned. On Sunder evening, two children of Mr. Wm. Reynolds, a cleric of Adams' Express Company, were terribly burned by the explo sion of campheuo lamp. They were both loya, their respective oges being thirteen and seven years. The accident occurred t the lesidence of Mr. Keynolds, No. 474 Penn St., iieaf Walnut street abouiseven o'clock. Mr. Keynolds was absent at the time, but before leaving the house lie had extinguished the light of the lamp. A lew minutes after his -departure, the oldest laj again lighted it. His Mother, who was sitting in the room, directed him to set the lamp on the mantle-piece. He - look it into hi hand lo do so, and when he had it ab ut on a level with his head, it sud denly exploded literally coveting him and his brother, who was standing just at his -side, with flames. He held the lamp in in inclined jtostion, and the wick being out of one of the tubes, the flames communicated to the I inn id. the oldes' boy was horribly burned on' the peck, head, face and hands, and the youngest n the chin, neck and right hand, though not so severely as his brother. Mrs. Reynolds was so astounded that'she knew not what to do. She informed us that it was a miracle she es caped uninjured, as the children were not two feet from her jide. The report produced by the explosion was terrific, it beir.g distinctly heard by persons living a square distant. We were shown the coat worn by the oldest lad at the time, and the garment was so mud burned that it was with difficulty we could conceive what it really wss. Both children were immediately attended by a physician, no wtien we visited them last evening, thev were in a fair way of tecovery. I'itisburg union, i msi. CTGood medicines. Lang-continued and systematic puffing will succeed in bringing any worthless nostrum before the public but lack tng merit, it cannot long retain the position it for awhue assumed. He desire merely to mate Stabler's Anodyne Cherry Expectoraui known to the public, feeling confident that so .good a medicine, which has been indorsed In .some of the brightest ornaments of the medical -faculty will realize its own popularity, and one w hich will be as lasting ss the good effects its use is constantly producing. This xoelletn tiled ieioe is very efficient in Coughs, Colds, -Bronchitis tnd other diseases of the lungs mm throat. It has been productive of beneficial jesuLts ins great number of cases, in different parts of the country; and physicians of the highest standing are in the habit of using tha -and Stabler's Diarrhoea Cordial in their prac tice. See advertisement in another column and descriptive pamphlets, to be had gratis ol ne agents, rnce 01 eacn, only ou cents per outiie or six ooiiita tor cj.ou CINCINNATI AND EATON MARKET. Corrected weekly by R.S.Cunuingham.wholesaU and retail Grocer, Main st., Eaton. CWClNSiTI. Hriswix. 22(3.23 VUTTIB, 13(417 I'uisst, aj lu Corm, n&M Drjsd ArrLis, (l:t5 Client, 11:50(1:75 KaATUaug, 8ttcSS7 'Loon, $S:lU(tf23 l:l'.5?l:7( 44(2.46 155 8.1 tlW::2uo 17 tt0(?i:60 t:50500 DAWK W,at, 70KM, . OATi. Vablit., ltri, JIAHS, aas. Hooa. Siiisp, Hams, SlDIS, BUODLDIIS, Labd, 8.V(S510 ClLOVSt, 9-00(a:7 Timothy 11:50(20:00 $l:40l:45 P0TATSSl 151) l (AVON. I tt o a nr w anaaE .ban at, ii'lU irf liUTTBK, 1(0,18 CUESSS, Willi loyJSE, ll.la!l4 IlHUfuAfFLES, i'-5 I'tAtuts, t'J:60(23:O0 IFsATHsat, l-toua, 18:00(8:50 1:70 40(o!50 S33 100 1:00 2:50 18&20 a:7R4:(K) f.):on(tb:00 $2:0u(ft3:0 1U(S18 4(0,8 MfitlO Wheat, Coas, Oats, HaklsT, Ukans, Duos. Illoos, CiTTj,!. iKnisr. Hams. 6Wr,HW1HiD, 451HOOl,M, Laid, Clovm, 1.O0fa7:0C iTlKOTHT, 'J-60ftt8:0i) rtVAX, . 1:40 PoTATOBS, l.BO 1800A, . ' K ituaUHi Wanted. A CsntUman residing in the esst, understand ini tha Watch and Jawelry baslitaoa. wishes 1 situation in tha West, in an establishroeat of the . Jtipd. xIs a priotioal Watchmaker, and has been .engaged in the business for years. OTThe best jot References furnished as to qaallricaHonschar etre. For further Information address, pott U-f.W. P. Goulb, Editor "Eaton Pevwcrat," Eaton Preble eannty, Ohio. Ilarohl, 1888.- ., , : 8atlnel, Indianapolir, Benlinel, Milwa- Kl; vera, paper tjuicio aoa coquirvr, ctnnau mi Cincin-I tti, Insert to tlx amount of fl each, and pajuvrs tad bills to this offica fbr paymwt. Preble Common Picas. William C. Bantu, et all Tu Spring Tern03!i5 vs. Order ot Sale ou Pcti Martha A. Bauta, et al,J tion for Partition By virtue of au order of sale in tha above case, issued from the Court uf Common l'leus of l'rebie County, and to ine directed, I will sell at public suie ut tile door ol the Court house, lu butou, ou Saturday 'Ahe'iith day of March. A. I). 135.1, between tlio hours of luo'clockn.ui.aud 4 o'clock p.m. of said day, the folloivingdeseribed premis es situated in t'ue county of l'rebie, .State of Ohio, described as follows, to wit: Beiug the west hall' uf the west half of the northeast quarter of scctiou number two, (J) township number nine (;i) of range uumber two, -j) east, containing FORTY ACRES, more or less. ALSO, Thirty Acresi, in the county and State aforesaid, and lying in the northwest corner of tne soutli west quarter ot section number one, (1) of township number nine. ('.0 of range number two, !) east, bounded as tollows licgiuuiug at the uortb west corner of the iiuarter section aforesaid, theuoe south on the section lino eighty poies, iiience east sixty roies.tiieucc uortti eighty nes, thence west sixty poles to the place o. be ginning, containing Thirty Acres. ALSO, the followinir tract in said conntv and State, being a part ol the south east quarter section two, (j) tu Inwnship number nine, range number two; (ii) east, begiuuing at the north east corner of said quarter section, thence south eighty poles with the scctiou line, thence W3st eighty pules, thence noith eighty poles, interseet said quarter section lino, thence ea.st witti said line to the place ul begiuuing, contain ing ruiti i aviim. ALSO, The following tract in the county and State aforesaid, beifinuin? at the south east cor ner ot the north east quarter ol section two, in township number nine, (it) ot range number two,('J) east, thence wc-t with the quarter sec tion line eig'ty potes, thence north twenty poles, thence east eighty polesto the section line. thence suuiii wiui saiu nne 10 ioe inace ui OL'iriuiitirF. im,.1'l.'V' 41'DI.V fa ALSO, a part of the south west quarter of sec tion number one. (t) township number nine, range two, (a) east, in gam county, beginning the soutli west corner of the north" west quarter said section, theuce south to the lauds of l'eter lianta. in said quarter section, thence east with said lianta's land sixty pules, thence north to division line of said section, running east mid west, thence west with said line sixty pules to place of bejrinning containing One Aoro and Uglily Hundredths ot an Acre. Terms of tfale: One third cash, one-third in one year, and the remainder in two years from the day of sale, the deferred piyineuts to be by mortgage on the premises. Apppi'UISCU 111 QVJ M.IM. JOHN DEGKOOT, Sheriff. Oilmopb & Fheciiax, Atty's. Fcbruoryl5 1S05. fits. General Notice. 'THE undersigned o'lers his services to the pub- lie as Salesman for all kindsof Real or P sonal Property, or as Clerk vt Auctions, Sales, Ac. Books of long standing correctly Posted and Balanced. Written Communications atten ded to. No char?c made ou real eitate unless the property is sold within a specified time, all other fees extremely low. A pitrnn ipe is JAMES MEUAFFEY. Eaton, Ohio, Febraary 2ft, 1355. Efctitc ofJaeob C.irr, Dec'd. TVTliTICE is hereby given that the subscriber has been duly appointed and qualified as nnnistratorof the Ksiato of Jacob Cnrr. deed, lute ot l'rebie county. Ohio. tKA.NKUX UUU'JON, Adm'r. Feb. 1, 1855 3t. Jacob Beck's Eslsitc. "VTOTICE is hereby gi veil ,that the Subscriber ll been annointed and Qualified as Adminis trator on the estate of Jacob Heck late of Preble county dec'd., dated this tith day of February v- loi. W1LLJA.U BliCK Adm r. February IS 185S. 3(s nilACikLRS, Cheese, Ac, of the bestquality.for y saieoy wma soj K . IU.MU11AM 1 fi faHf. BUSHELS OATS WANTED, 1U,uUv which the highes' price in will be paid, by R. S. CUN-NlNtiHAM. THOMPSON & I1AHI!4 Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, 1 ILL practiee in Preblo andadjoiaingcoun VV ties. All business entrustod to their will meet with prompt attention. Otnce on ron Street, three doors north of Vanausdal's Eaton, Ohio. -Feb. 8, 1853. PtTRE and No. 1 White Lead of the best brands, for salt by ' J. P. Brookins t, Son, Notice IS hereby given that the undersigned has duly appointed and qualified as Administrator on tha Estate of John F. Kirckhoof. late of aontjOUI,dceaad. ESNST O. KIRCKHOOF, 1 Mrehl, 1856.' . , , Preble Common Pleas. Scth Gard, ct. 1. 1 Order of aile on Petition vs for Partition. David Somsel.ct 1. To Spring Term, 1855. BY virtue of an order of sale, in the above case issued from the Court of Common Pleas of Preble county, and to me directed, 1 will sell it public sale, at the. door of the Court House in Eatou. on Saturday the iUh day of March, A. I). 1855, between the bourn ol lo o'clock a. m. and i o'clock, p. hi. cm said day, the Ioiiowing de scribed premises, situate in the countvof Preble. State of Ohio, tu n it: All of the iJast half of the north west quarter of section number two, (J) township number nine, (it) niogo two; (2) east, containing EIGHTY ACRES; more or less. The above premises will be suld subject to the dower estate of Catharine Snnisel, which is described ss follows; to wit: Beginning at the north east corner of said east half of the north west quarter aforesaid, thence south four and one half degrees east sixty-four poles to a stake: thence south eighty sit degree west sixty-two and one half pules to a stoke, thence north four and one fourth degrees, wet sixty-lour poles to the north line of the section, theuce iinrth eighty six degrecseast sixty two and one half pnlesln the place of begin din?, containing TWENTY-FIVE ACRES Terms of sale: One third cash, ono third in one year, and the rcmiaiidor in two years trom thed '.yof sale, the deferred myineuts tu bo se cured by mortgage on the premises. Appraised at t JOHN DEGBOOT, Sheriff. Ai.lf.x 4 Mekkkii, Atty's. February 15, ln53. 6t. Prebte Common Pleas. W. W. 4 S. S. Wiggins, pl'f ffs.l against i In attachment. Lester Runnier, djft. J Tub defendant, Lester Ilourncr. is hereby no tified that ou the 17th d.iv of January, A. I)., lSS.'i.tho pluintitls, W. W. 4 S. S. Higgins, tiled in the Court of Common J'leas of Preble onunty, Ohio, tht ir petition which is now petiilintr where in they eluiin judgment against the defendant fur the sum of eighteen hundred duller, 'for money bad and received hy the defendant for the mo of the plaintid's, which moneys arose from the pro ceeusofbran. shorts. middlings and Hour belong. i'.ig to plaintid's and sold by the dufoudaut. who received and retained the proceeds upon which au attachment has been issued to appropriate the property, rights, credits stoeks, money and ef fects of the defendant in this State tu the pay. inent of Slid claim. The defendant is further notified tn appearand answer tn and defend against said petition, on the 81st day of March, l'.iSS, otherwise judgment will be taken at the term of said Court next en suiti (thereafter. (ilLMOKK & r KLL.MA.N. Attv s Attest -L. Ii. Oanr.x, Cl'k. for Plaintiff. lebruaryl, lM,,.j wit. of to (a) (;i) at of the the in Mtfiili's Sale. N'eal & I.ockwood, "l again-.t ! Treble Common l'leas. John G. Co'.vin & l'lurious Order of Sale. Daniel Corson, j BY virtue ofa writ or l'lurious order of sale, front the court of common pleas of l'rebie county, Ohio, anil to me directed, 1 will sell at public outcry at tile door of the court bouse in Katou, Treble county, Ohio, ou Saturday the tsuh day of March, bio, between the hours of lo and i o'clock of said day, the following property to wit: A leas tor tour years tioui April 1st. A. u. ls."4, given by John Van Doreii to David .Show, and by David Show assigned to Josoph Dnliuer, and by Joseph Duuner assigned to J. ii. Colviu, and Daniel Corscu together with thu .Slaughter house thereon uud rendering house, three kettles and furnace and lard press in tlio same. The same being of thoe premises situate in l'rebie countv, Ohio, and hounded and described as ful. i........ I?..:... ...., .., .I... ....... w. luni, t,vif,jj ji.-i t ut tuv nwni" iicn tu.iitt.t ut section thirty-lour, (34) intowiiHliipuunibereight (ri) and range two (k) east, ifc., tieginniug at stake ou the Dayton and Western Turnpike road., wituess a cherry tree i rods north-west of said stake, running theuce ubout i) rods in a southeast direction, until it strikes the bank of seven mile creek ; theuce aloi.g said creek bank in a north west direction It rods to a stake; theuce iu south-west direction 0 rods to a M.iko ou said Turnpike road, thence along said Turnpike road to the place of beginning, containing oue-half acre more or less of laud, being property taken by virtue or an execution troui tin; court ol com mon pleas of Treble county at the suit of Xeal Lockwood against J. (1. C'olvin aud Daniel Cor son. The above premises will be sold subject a lieu ul f: ; il,oo in tavor ot John vauuureu. Appraised t ii'MM). JOIIX DEGP.0OT, Sheriff IlfiinAito it Foos, Atty's. Feb. 15, 1855. Ct. r- and so licited. ad Preble Common Picas. Thonias Uuwler, ct. al. Order of sale on Peti. vs. tiou Partition. UilevOr.rd, et. al. J To Spring Term, 1355 Tl Y virtue of uu order of sale, iu the above case, D issued from the Court of Coiiiinoti Pleas Preble county and to lue directed, I will ae',1 public sale ut the door ot the court bouse Eaton, on Saturday the -Mh duu af March, A. 1355,'bi 'tween the hours of 10 0 clock, A. tn. and i o'cl ck, p. in. ou said dav. the following tie scribed premises, situate in the couutrof Preble, State of Ohio, to wit : ElUH'i'Y-Ki VK ACRES of land lying and being ia the southwest quarter ot section niunuer two, :') township number nine ot range two. (:!) cast, bounded on the north by the northern line of said quarter section: the west by the section line, on the east by line dividing said quarter section from the south east quarter of the same section and extending south, so as to include t.ighty-Jire acres, strict meirsure. Also, a part of the Soirth part of soutli west.quarter of section two(2) township (j) range two, .') east, in Preble county, Ohio, commencing at the State road leadingfroin Eaton to Cireonv-ille, where the southern line of above and last described tract crosses said road, thence west forty rods to the place of beginning, containing TWENTY ACRES OK LAND. Iho above premises will be suld, subject tothe dower estate of Elizabeth Oard, in said premises, which dower estate is described as follows' at the north east corner of the said west quarter, tbence south four and one fourtli degree, wost eighty-five peles, thence eighty-sis and one fourtli degrees, went thirteen poles to the tireenville road, thence north and une lourtb degrees, west thirty-nine to a M-iKe, tnence sontn eignty-two and half degrees. West tifty-four forty poles' to a tree twenty inches iu diameter, thence four and one loiirth degrees west to the tine of tile ouarier. tbenee north eiirhtv.tiii- one fourth degrees eat uuietypolcs. more or to ni" place ot beginning, eoutuiuiug 111I1U FIVE aeresof land more or less Terms of s ite : One thi'nl cash, one third one year, and the remainder iu two years the day of sale, the deferred paymouts to be cured by iiiortgige on the premises. Appr.us.ca at 9 JOHN I)E(. ROOT. Sheriff. Au.EN A OAMIEttWOOD. sltty's. Feb. 13, H55. 6w. has A. for cash care liar store. Preble Common Pleas. John Ware, for the use of 1 John Portengall, I Alias Vendi Exponas, vs Hiram D. Evans. J ' BY virtue of a writ of alias vendi exponas, from the court of common nleasof county, and to me directed, I will offer for at the door ot the court house in Eaton, 011 day the '24th day of March, A. 1). 1855 between the hours of lo o clock, a. m. and 4 o'clock P. 01 saiu any the loiiowmg aesenbea premises Lot number one. (I) in the town of Fair Preble eouuty, Ohio, upoa which is situated Saw Mill. Aspraistd at t'J25.0O JOHN DEGROOT, Sheriff. HusBARn & Foos, Atty's. Feb. 15, M55. been Preble ' Estate of Sauinel Dauner Dec'd. A OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned I" hnsbeen duly appointed and qualified as mluistrator on the Estate of Samuel Danncf, ol l'rebie County deceased. f. WILLIAM KELLY, Adm'r. Feb. 8. 1855 ' ' EntJite of John Pcarce, Dec'd. VJOTIcEis hereby given that the subscriber 1 has been duly appointed and quaified pninistrator of the Estate of John Pearce, ed, late of Preble county, Ohio. . ; , MICHAEL PEAECE, Idtn'c Feb. 1,1855.-84. A. . a a & to Frcble Common Picas, Ilenry Wagouersud Wife) Tospring Term. 1855, v f Order of sale on Te- David Wysonjr A others J titioafor partition I Y virtue of au order ot sale, issued from the ) Court of Common Pica sot' Treble county, in the abova esse, and lo ui directed, I will sell at public sale, at the dor of the Court House iu K t ,t),m Saturday the iUh day of Man h, A. D. 1H55, b.tweeu the hours of loj . clock a. m. and i o'clock, p. in. ou snid day. the following des cribed premises, situate in" the county of Treble and State of Ohio, tuwit: A part of Miction thir ty tour.(,34) in town.hip six, (.;) of range three. Ol) esst ite., beginning at it large boulder ou Trick's south line, theuce south furiveight aud one-halt degree, east six chains and twelve links to a corner iu the road, thence south one chain and sixteen links to the north east corner of the Uridr-o crossing tiickei's Branch, thence soutli tittv-two degrees cast live chains i.ud lifteeu links to the tail rice, thence north live anil om- halt degrees, cait tour chi.ius and twcuty-six links to the east i:te isv-t ut the g ite east of the Slil. house, thence with the meandering of Twin creek, to a corni r on the east bunk ol tlu creek, thence nortli thirty-nine degrees, west fifty-seven links to a hickory stump on the no li line of said section, thence south eighty-live de grees, wct four chaius and twenty links to a corner in the Dam on said section line, thence south seven degrees cast eight chains aud sixty two links to a corner, theuce south twelve de grees, east six ch tins and thirty-seven links to a corner, theuce south twenty degrees, cast five chains, theuce smith eighty-lire degrees, west throe chains and fifty links iu the place of begin ning, containing KiliilT ACKKS OF I.AM). with the upperteiiunces. Provided, that James H. Curry shall have the pnvelegeof keeping up the fence from the gate east of the mill where it now stands to the north east corner of the Dridge crossing BicMc's liraneh. Joseph Wvsong to h ive the priveh ge ol taking stone out ot'tlie bed of Twin Creek, from the dam half way down to the tail race, said Wysong to keep up the fence iu hauling stone. Sub ect however tothe dower estate of Susannah Wysung, Widow of .lose ph Wysong, iu the one undivided half of said j.retn ises. appraUci to the sum of sixty dollars to be paid to her annually, during her antur il life. I-59"l.rpon said premises is a tirst-r ite .MER CIIAN'T MILL, with four run of liurrs. in excel - loutorder. The Mill lscomironly ktiownasthe Ulumma Slili, one-half mile north of West Alexandria. There is also on the premises, Two (iood lirick Dwelling Houses, and other suitable outbuilding, making it a very desirable location fur any person wishing- to eu gase in thu Milling business. Terms of sale: One third cash, one third in one year, and the remainder in tw o years from the (lay of sale, the deferred payments to be se cured by mortgage on the premises. Appraised at $ JOHN DE0ROOT, Sheriff. Hi-BBAitn & Foos, Atty's. February 15. H55. " 5ts. Cathaiiue Parks 1 Preble (oinnion Tleas. vs r Petitiun for Divorce and Nathan Parks. ) Alimony. THE said Nathan Parks, is hereby uotilh d thot on the 3d davof Febru irv, A D. H-in, Catharine Park, tiled in the Court of fnuitnon Pleas, of Preblo county. Ohio, her petition scttimr forth her marriage with defendant, the length of time thev lived together as husband and wife, the birth of two sous the issue of said rnarri.it'o, a description ot the Heal Estate owned bv defend ant in l'rebie coumy, &c.,nnd charge the defend ant with ndulterv witti Eli7.1heihWils1m.nnd proving a decree for a divorce ou the grounds of such adultery, ana also praying for reasonable alimony, Ac, anil the netenilant n turther noti lied to appear and ho beforo said court at tile next term therein and plead answer or ueimir. to said petition, otherwise a decree will he asked in his absence, in coutorimtv with the pr-iver ol said petition. GILMORE & KKEEMAX Attorneys lor Tetitioner L. B. Onnsic. Clerk. Feb. 8, 1855. fiw. of ut I). ou the the1 nine the He ginning south south tour Jiolcs one pop lar north north nnr! less, Y in from se Sheriff's Sale. Thomas C. McDiIl, Preble Common Pleas. 5th vs. ; iilunusvend. ex. ToSnrintr John lireiian. ) Term, ls.io. llv virtus of a ikh piuriua ordur of mIo, imuaiI from the court of common plcas.and to nic direc ted, I will sell at mitlic sale, at the door of the court house, in Eaton, on Saturday, the 2lth day of March, A. 1)., 1 J.r5, between the hours of teii o'clock, A. M.. and four o'clock, P. M., on said day, tlio following descritt-d premises, situale the county of Preble and State of Ohio, bounded and described as follows: Lot number six. as known and designated outiie towu plat of the town ot t an, ilen. Appraised at Terms of sale cash. JOHN DEGROOT, Sheriff. February 13, 155 ts. Olivin P. Stone, Adm'r. 1 de bonis non. nf Jacob Preble Common Bower, dec'd. I Pleas. Against RohertDavid-on A John Civil Action. F. Brieklev. doft. JOHN K. BUI I'Kf.EY who wa. sue1 with Rob ert Davidson, Jr. in the above cae as defend ant, but never served with notice is hereby noti fied that at the November Term. A. I. ls5l,of the Court of Common pleas of Preblo County, Ohio, the above stated case was brought on hearing, and the evidence disclosed the fact that, the said John F. lirickley was tlfe real party interest, and the owner ut the note sued upon. icreutmn. ou motion, it was ordered by Court that the slid John F. Ilrieklev be suhstitu- ed nstilaintitl'tn the stead of Olivin P.Stone, Administrator de bonis non, nf Jacob Bower, ceased, who is the nominal pl.iintitl' The John F. Krickley is therefore required to be appear before said t ourt ot t opinion 1'leas.on Fourtli day of April 1H.V,, and prosecute slid as plaint:!.', otherwise his rights will be tried his absence. GILMORE A FREEMAN. Attv's. for Davidson. Attest. L B. Oot.E.f, Clerk. Jan. 25, IR.-3. fit. is sued Preble sale Satur M Preble Common Pleas. James M. lienrs. 1 vs. Petition for Partition, Parah Mitchell, ct al. j Surah Mitchell, (widow) John U. Mitchell, Dan iel Craiir, Annie E. Craig, Jluriu Mitchell, T. Mitchell. David E. Milehell, Jowph Mitchell and Nancy .1. Mitchell will t ike notice that 11 was tiled against thorn on the :ittb January, IH.Vo, in the Court of Common Pleas of Preble countv. Ohio, by James M. Heggs. and is pending, wherein the said James M. Heggs. grantee of Maria MitehcM) iU-maiids au assign ment of t'..e dower of Sarah Mitchell in, and partition may be nude, (subject to said dower tate,) Ol tne ioiiowing real esiuie, snuaie l'rebie county, Ohio. "Being part of the west quarter' nf section three, () in township nine, ('.') range oue, (1) east; a part of the half of said quarter, and the same lands of Nathaniel Mitchell died seised, being nrty more or less." And also au application deem said lands from s sale to the said John Mitchell lor delinquent taxes; aud that ut next term of said court application will bo by the said James M. lieirgs for an order to and also for an order to assign dower make partition of said premises. I .... a.,....- enrirti a . . Ul i,.uivi'i r ui.r-.u a. . Ays Attest L. B. Ooiikn, Cl'k. for Plaintiffs. February 1, 1835 wd. Notice in Attachment. a fit. ad late . asAd- deceas Pliny M.Crunie and John II llehn. nartnersin trade, uu. der the name 6f Crumo 41 Amount claim- Helm, pPtffs. I cd 3'J 00. vs. Francis Leas, deft. Nones is hereby given that at our instance the 2d day of January, A. I)., 1855, an order attachment was issued by R. O. P. M'Kcmy, Justice of the peace, within and for the of Washington, county of Preble and of Ohio, against the goods, chatties, rights, and etl'ects of Francis Leas, an absconding debtor, for tho sum of ?it 00. Tno said defend ant is further notified that said cause has continued until the ed day of March, 1855, o'clock, A. M., and that unless he conies and pa vs the claim of the plaintiffs, that proceedings will be prosecuted according to statute iu such ease made and provided. CRUME HELM. , .February I84 1855-35W8. ' . "; Cincinnati, Eaton & Richmond Rail Road Line. Winter Arrsiitgeiuenr. Commencing on Monday Dec. 11, 1855, between Eaton and Cincinnati and intermediafe points. Leave Eaton 7,r.j a m arrive at Ciucinati 10 a m " " ,io - ' " ii m " " .oil p m " t p in Leave Ciucinati Sam arrive at Eaton, 8, 5 t m " ' S,15piu " 4,Sopui " ' 5,iopm " ' 7.."opm Between Eaton and Richmond. Leave E.iton 8,o5a m arrive ut liichmond s 45 am ' " 4, so p in " 6,lu pm "7.5o pin " ' S.aopm Leave liichmond ti,5u'am arrive at Eaton 7 ,:?5 a m ' " a.oO a iu " " ! ,.r.o a in ' " 8,10 pin ' " S. j'j f iu The 9.0"a m and l.ijo pin Trains connect at Kiehmoud for ludinua oils aud the we-t. The 4,3't p m Trains c ni.ieets for X. Castle, Ac The ",3. a in and .5o p m Trains cuoiiect at Hamilton fur Dayton and intermediate points. Alio, the 8, "5 a iu Train connects at Kiehmoud fer Dayton, and intermediate points on the Day ton and Western Kail road. The 7,35 a m Train from E iton and the 5:20 p m Train from Cincinnati will stop at all reenlar stations and at the Valley House on regular no tice. All othur Trains will stop at Uegulur Sta tions only. D. M. MORUOW. Superintendent. Jlecemoer 14. IHol. l)ISSOMTIO. "otice is hereby given, that theco-partnership heretofore existing under tirm of J. A. Hub- bell & Co., wasou the hrst day of January lsD5, dissolved bviniitual consent. And that the part ners of said linn have entered into a co-partnership with D. Lcsh and T. II. ltsissell under the style (if Lesh Uu.ssell & t'o. Iu'additiou to their former Stock at N'o 13 Haron-street, they have purchased the Stock of Marsh i, Lockwood ut Xo. 15 Main-street, at both of which places they intend currying nil their business. Ihc books and aceouutsot J. A. lluli bell ii Co., will be found at Xo U Haron-xtreet where they reipiest all those indebted to call and icttlo soon. Ihaukful lor past favors, they res pectfully solicit a continuance of public pat ronage. in Ml or in the de said and the suit in Eaton Feb., 1 1S55. BALL & BROTHERS, No. 10, I'iflh Street, Cincinnati. Iikexksses taken iu allkiudsof weal her in from J twenty to thirty seconds. All pictures war- aauted. Koomsopen at I'll times. i'".dmissi(iu Free, April 1.1S51. ly- A d mi n it lit tor's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the .subscriber has been appointed ami qualified us Ad ministrator on the Estaie of Hubert S. Co'hoon lale of Preble comity, deceased. Daieu this 28th day or Deccmbur 1851. ALLEN" CASSEL. AltTlFIC IAL TEETH! DBS. DUNCAN & CAMERON, No. 156 West 1V1X1 street, betieeen Race and Elm streets, Cincinnati, U. rTUIIS olliee under the management of its pre. JL cut proprirtors, has been increasing nt repu tation tor siqicrior operations iu tiie Artiticiul Department of Dentistry for the last ten years, and no expense or effort shall be wanting to give satisfaction to all who may favor it with their patronage. Thu subscribers would call attention to the fol lowinir essential point- jiertaiiiing to Arti'.ieinl leetn, and strengui 10 ine ni.iiei iais, eoinion the wearer, and usefulness in restoring the natu ral npiiearanec of tU speech, uud ability to mas ticate; iu all of which they are warranted insny ing they are exceeded by none ntid bqualled few. TEETH Inserted from ono to a full sett, with Artificial (illlllS. Full and half sets invarinblyiiwrted hy suction. All operations iu fjelitistrv pcrtui niod ill u most thorough wanner. T E K M S t Considering the superior character, of the work and the guarrantee given, they are the most reas onable iu the West. Two teeth or more on Gold Plate, $3 per tooth. Two teeth or more 011 Silv ir plate :! per tooth. The money refunded if the teeth do not provetat isfaetorv. vf"Forthc information of those living at distance, we would state that our facilities are such, that we cau make in toe t;i" st style, a lull sett of teeth in from i!l to -is hours, and small peices in proportion, so that 110 deteiitiun may apprehended. vv. u. ui .nl:.., Dentists J. G CAMERON. uen"s s' No. 15 ) West Sixth St between Race and Elm, Cincinnati. Dec. 21.1S.V1. toe atncKot iZ.m t D. l.ESH. T. H, RL'SSFM, J. (1. McXI'T I' J. A. HL'UUEIX. 8t- Murk pe tition now (as that es in north nortli which ncres torc- H. the made re deem: and ItEUOVAL. BOOKS, STATIONERY aso PAXCY ARTICLES. QUINN & BANFILL, RESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of Eaten nnd vicinity, that they have removed to POST OFFICE 15). 11,1'JMi. und have just open ed iu addition to their former stock, a choice of Standard Publications, Historical, Miscellaneous and School Hooks nmouir which may be enumerated Ancient Modern Histories. Dictionaries. Readers, Spell ers, ice, Ac , together with tbe most rercnt popular I'uhlU-athms of the day, susb as .Nrws-lfev. 1 ue l.amp-i,ii;iuer. 1 ne juw-t Heiress, Ida May. Ruth Hall, Life of Itarnuni.ic, Ac. with of cverv kind; Dav Books. Journals, Ledgers Pocket Memorandums, 4c. Au. - Writing Paper, Ruled, unruled, Flat Cap. Commercial Note, Mourning, Tissue, wrapping and perforated paper. Slates, Pencils, Quills, Steel Pens, Cards of every card-cases. Envelopes, (Jold Pons, Porte Monies, Pm'kirt Hooks, Paints, Bnuhes, Mono-chromatic Hoard, Bonnet Hoard, Crayous and Blenders Also a large lot of Juvenile Books. A choice lot ot Perfumed Soaps, .Shaving Cream, Hair-Oil, Cologne. Extraots for the Toilet, Hand kerchiefs, and other Perfumery. Oilt Moulding, Window and Wall Paper. Comic Sentimental and Fancy Yuleittinct. All orders in our line will bo promptly attended to. aud we hone, bv strict attention to business receive a liberal share uf the Public Patronage, Feb. 1. 185. Road Notice. on of a Town ship State mon ies been at fl forward these NOTICE is hereby given that a petition bo presented lo the Commissioners of county, Ohio, at their next session on the Monday of .March next, the object and prayer which petition i' the location of acounty rood and being in the township of Jell'erson, of Preble, and described as follows: Begin ning at the Darke county line between one and two in township'number nine, range East, running south ou the section line three, so as to intersect tho county road trom New Paris to Lewisburg, on or near soutli Pne of sectious 18 and 14 nnd there to MAN'Y PETITIONERS. February 15, 1855 tbe LYON'S CATHARION, a most splendid for preserving and beautifvins the hair. It vents its falling off and turning grev, for sale tbe Drug-store ol J . P. Urookios 4 . ' f HAT C OK FOB 11 11 1 HV For taking t'ue exact size aud shape of the bead V J.U1V13& Faiiiciiil. Hatters, 149 Main street West tide, it doors below fourth. Juue 15 '54 JARV1S i FA1KCHILD: " THOMAS WTSPRAGUE Co. SEW YORK I'LUTlllEItS i TAILORS, No. 113 Main Street between 3d & 4tb street Cincinnati, Ohio. CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE P.ETAIi, Furnishing Articles of tvrry description, Terms Cash ! ! a be Jl'EEIiSiVAHE. V lnle arrivals we have received a splcn did stock of ware, new patterns consisting in pan of the following, viz: Gold land, very desirable pattern, Cslifor nia Lustre, Canton Lustre, Lily Flowered, Li ,j.lc pa,,s,.V( verv ,)r,y stve purple Jenny ! Lin Wk'ite St0,ie NeW f''''"a &c.,cic. Beside many other pntttrnftoo nu - merous to meiition. Also, eomn.op Queens ware in any quantity which we will repack la suit purchasers orstll in original crates with discount oil. Oiirtcriiis areUliersl omlcannotfailtosuit. Call and examine mid we are satisfied notjiing furtlier may he said rn I he subject. Also, inr.ifi Boxes TumMets, in prices from 30e to 1 ,?.!.' pi.rdc,7.Lii. Also, Glassware in grentvariety at asrr.ell advance 011 Pilislnic r ir ts. DICKSON & LEBETTER, No. -17, Main St., Cincinnati. C'AKPETS!! CARPET'S !! . rPIIE subscriber is now receiving and ope 1 ning a lare assortment of Enclish Ta pes: tie Velvet, T-ipcstrie Brussels, BrusseP, Threa-ply, 1 tigruitis, asul Vruc.ian 'ieliiij;. ''MAufSfS -'.V J)i:i'i '33S.sO:fi,STt3 From tweniy-tevt n inches to Hveiity-foiif fee! wide. Also, llugF. Druggets, Tabla and Piano Covers, Curtain Gooc'i.', Stair Rods, &c.,oip., at wholesale and retail, to which he would mosi respectfully inviteyour aitei 3 tion befoitpurcliasint; elsewhere. H. FALLS, No. 19 East Fnurt list., bet. Main & Sycorroro Cinrinnati.Ohio. Octobers, 1852. ly Hsiliali BEGdiS V SITI1TII, IMPORTERS OF Watches, jewelry, A: silver plated ft GODS of nil description. Also, a largo VT assortment of useful and ornamental poods usually kept in such establishments. No. 6, Fourth street, near Main, Cincinnati, nestdoot to the "highest steeple," April 21, iss::. F. DISERENS, - ....... - Proprietof FIFTH STHKET, BET. MAIN ct WALNUT, L1!II S & DEOItOOT, Wholesale and Ketail Grocers, MA l STJSEET, EATOX, O. RE now in receipt of, and will continue to receive targe supplies of choice Family Gro ceries, wliiril thev o'.ier to their liberal patrons on terms full v ailequate to meet the lyaiits of these trying times. Pec. 21.1S54. A Fine lot of Cuffei of the most choice kinds, just received and ''or sale at the new tirm of l.anius ii Degroot. the se lection and and the .to gether Post, kind, to j MOLVSSKS eu.ilitv, in lie at the liro' crv of all kinds and the most superior now in store aud nJered tothe pub- Lanius 4 Degroot. lL'5AR& Wt have now on hand for disposal as lice a variety of Sugars as can be bad any where, and wifl .-eil as many pounds tothe dol kir. l.anius 4 Degroot. 'T EAS. We call the special attention of those 1. who are fou.l of good Tea to our supply e do not hesitate to leconimenil it. Lauius A D groot. w ll.LOW A- CEDAR Ware a tine assortment for sale at the Grocery of Lauius 4 Degroot. f TOBACCO ofall kinds on baud, aud isod'ered -L to the lovers of the Weed nt our usual low rates. Lauius 4 Degroot. t LL kinds of JSEtJAHS kept ou hand aud for j-isale by tbe thousand, box, or retail, at Lauius 4 liegroot's 1I.S such ns Lard, Tanners' aud Linseed Oil .1 which will be sold at the lowest rates by Lauius 4 Degroot. FISH a good article of Mackerel, White and Cod, by the ihmel or otherwise, all of bicb are warranted by LauiusA Degroot. RIED PEACHES, of a superior quality, foe tie by Lauius 4 Degroot. m., YE STUFF'S Madder, Indigo, Logwood, kept constantly on hand and for sale by Lauius & Degroot. JOAP aud CANDLES a first rate article foe Osale by Lanius 4 Degroot. .1 will Preb le first of ly ing eouu ty seitiou one, about leading the ter minate. t. Soap! Soap I UST received at the Grocery of Lanius 4 De eroot, a large lot of Rosin Soap best quality Persons desiring a superior article will please test Us quality. BAKERY. We have iu operation a Bakery, and have! in our employ one of the best bar ders in the West, we wil ut all times keeps goouj supply of Fresh Bread. Crackers and Cukes. Families supplied on reasonable terms. Lanius 4 Degroot. article pre at Son. LANIUS 4 DEGROOT have onhaudalot of tha best Cranht.rriits Iniialv rtn tn this mArttrl sale at Cincinnati prises. A NEW article in this market, NUT OIL for Ma chinery, 4c., for sale at the Drug-store ot Apl. J. p. ltrooliins Son. Cider Mills. We bare in store a few of Culp's Portable Cider Mills; a splendid mill for the farming commnnity iror aie ai me rrcoic cuuniy Agncuirurmi r a,r9. house of J. A.Hubbll0.