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A Black-Hearted Scoundrel.
W llp tfc fotloVing from Ilia Baltimore Mepublicm. - "Thit morning t man named David He'd tlbreek n sm-ated on a bench warrant for ajontpiring, with persona unknown to aeduce nd dell roong female named Sarah Jane Alien. He wai committed for a further hear ing. We nnderatanl the allegations to be, that the defendant eome time -aince, in a boarding-house where thia girl was a domestic, -Bade a bet, with tome of his fellow boarders that be could aeduce her, or that she could be aaduced. It nowa appears that she has been educed, and ia eight muni ha tncirnte. MARRIED On the Ifitb inst by Uev. L. P. Von Citrc, Mr. Wicorr Morton, to Miss Sarah Jank Sncm ail of Eaton. IfjOna of Lanius tf Degroot'a best cake a accompanied the above, of which all hands partook and wished the newly wedded coup'u . all the happiness attendant upon the married life. ' Aflet discussing the merits of the tx--ceiltnt cake, Ichabod rail into the cell it and brought up the old machine which ground out 4ht following : The people still are pelting married, And sure it is no wonder ; tot they who've tVii it on , all say 'Tia tarnal good, by thunder I '' And Wikt, intent on woildly joys, , With prospects fair as roses, - ' leaped into Cupid's floral Ita, And ttole one of his po- its. -. Jlay little tlorlont crowd hi home, Thick aa a brace of shakes, 'And he at all times have tosy I'm hurrying up the cjket! DIED Ht the residence of his father, on Sabbmh mwrning, Miy 13, 1S55. JOHN THOMAS, -eldest son of johr. P. ond Bcrilieni-j M. Acsoii, In the 14th year of his age. His illness was painful and protracted. About lft months since, l.e was attacked with kind of nervous priratys-is, by which the power of speech wa destroyed, and lie became helpless as an Infant. All that nffeeiioii could perform, or the skill of the wisest physicians devise, w a faithfully dnne; Mil all was una vailing. - Death had marked him fur a victim, and on Monday afternoon his bttrfi friends took the last farewell of the mortal wreck of their noble boy, with the assurance that his L. F. Van Cleve. Joy for the Invalid. We cut the following Irom the 'Philndcl Tiha Saturday Gazette,'' and recommend our readers to peruse it carefully, and those suf fering should not delay purchasing: "Dr. Hood end's German Millers. This cel ebrated medicine, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, at the imposing German Mtdicine Store, No. 120 Arch Street, is exciting unpre cedented public atl:ac;io;i, end the proprie tor who ia scientific physician, is selling mi manse quantities of it. The virtuts of this remedy are so fully set forth in the extended notice of it, to be seen in our advertising col umns, that there is hardly any room left for us to speak of it. This much we may add 01 the long tiain of physical ills to which hu manity is heir, there is none mire distressing than the general derangement of the i iges tive apparatus, which never fails to accom pany a disordered slate of the liver. Head ache, piles, langour, fretfulue.-s. a hilliou; ton gue, a morbid breath, loss of appo'.ite - in short, an indescribable wretchedness of existence, 'e i's insuirernbleand lile-wasiing atleudenls. These diseases, which have bullied the skill of the ablest Doctors, have been radically cur- I by Hoofland's German titters." 8 advertisement. May?lth2w A secret for the ladies. How to preserve Beauty. Don't use chalk, Lily Wt.lic, ui hi.; of the so called cosmetics to conceal u faded r sallow complexion. If you would have the roses brought back to your cheek, a clear healthy and transparent kin, and life and vigor infused through the yatttoi, get a bol lie of Carter's Spanish Mix tare, and take it according lo diieclions. It does not taste quite as well as your sweet meats; but, if after a few doses you do not find your health and beauty reviving, yuiir step elastic and vigorous, the whole system refresh ed and Invigorated like a Sprint; morning, then y.iur casfl is hopeless; and all the valuable certificate w possess go for nought. It ts the greatest purifier of the blood known; is pr. fectly harmless, and at the same lime power, fully efficacious. - See advertisement. CINCINNATI AND EATON MARKET. Corrected weekly by R. S. Cunningham. wholesale and retail Grocer, Main st., Eaton. CINCINNATI. . EATON. BaaswAx, a228 Brnsn-Ax, 20(U2" tiurrait, lsytS Huttkk, lSi'.-'') Cuasss, sotto Ciikesb, lo Corraa, ' l$ liitfjOoi-Ti'i!, llJfi.SU Onto Apples, (1:7 0 Hiiiku Apiles, i.oii I'eaciiks, fi:oVSl".0 Keathkks, 7!-i lU:;-.0 iFioea. 'J:7o FLOUR, Wubat, Whsat, 1:61:7U 1 8." 6lt('ii'5 iuo l:i.O 2:50 SfV'MO $!l:75(fl:00 a'.:0o.i S:C0 $2:00(3:00 MM 1 3 7(ti Coin, Oats. Bailst, C'OBN, Oats, 1:40 1:10 uaklkt, Itva, RfcAMS, Ecus, Hoes, Rti. .. BSAHI. Eaol. Hooa.' ' Cuw., .-fiuaar. $2 5002:00 n 4:00l3i:50 T'00g8:00 (3:5D50tl Cattle. suekp. gAMf, iBsa, mams, "inns, miodlhers, .All I), Xabd, 14U) Clotis, r5-OU5:M Tlx OTB t ,l:5o$0:00 FlA. l:40l:45 -Potatoes, 1:25 gui. , . 1 CtovsP. A.75C5:0C TmoTUV, $J OO(il2:50 Flax, 1:i' Potatoes, l:'i2 Scoab. WCMi J ! EXIIIBITION! A grand Exhibition of Blooded Stock will take flaee at Eaton, on Saturday next, the 2utti inst., ! one o'clock, p. m. It baa been reimrted about in this victnitT, by the partien of Smith and Hr ' r.aa I an informed, that I proposed showing my Boraea and when they got ready I backed out and would na ahow- Now, the invitation ia given to both oftlieniaodall others who wish to partici pde In the ahow. Cotae on bora! Hor-wa out -nnd riders np! ' JOflJI NEAL. Kay 84, 165. White Fish. Twn now receiving a.large and chsice assort X ment of White Fish, which I will at the lowest rates. Call and examine they ore fresh a ad good. It. S. CUNNINGHAM. - . .rICE CBEAIrT ; IceCoM Lemonade, irAHTB v?m obblebs, o. SERVED up every day end evening at Iht lot Crein SaJoon of A. A. AULL. M ,t" , futon Street, Eaton Ohio. Important Uevrs to Gash Custcmers A.r PROMPT CREDITORS. OSCAU & WltiXlAMSlINOB, Immediately North of the Court House, Eaton, have just opened a large Spring Stock of r iy m if igus jioiuii. wm Flats, Queenswrire, Glassware, Millinery Goods, &c., all of the most Fashionable styles, which have haen bought for cash, expressly for our Spring Traile, and comprising as fine mid 'larnte ass rtniont in our line as : : u: nr.. w..n.. . ii . .. . n ia uin.a.ihri. e u-;)i'u;iuiiy inviie uia attention or the Goods Buying Public, feeling confident that we can show them every necessary inducement to purchase. o. & W. MINOR. J7JP S' Wo wish t0 bu' 10001,0 P0"Js of WOOL for Goods or Cash. Cornet Main & Eaton, Ohio. WILLIAM POTTEOKi: '.ii!ijle:s, Ohio. AUK now rpccivliifr their m-w s;iloiii!i': 'ckof HfiilMi A.l SL'.i:i Hli DUYii ) )!'. vhicli tlioy hit n.iVi-ii!!r :it imn ii .IK- luw Kvery variety of rimd.uhat it is li-iiial u kn- in a well n jj.ointfl stniv, iii;iy ln. iririn-ud l.i-iv JJwiiilitul biui'.ide and tlain drcsi sillii a Inri' variety of wliieh ai-o very e!ie:ip. I'Liiiniiil l)ruri'd Hire t'e. I'li and liRiired sill; Ti--.ii-M oi' a ii;.erir ipiility. Fmi"v l.iwna. I'lutn.bit-' ind i'wy liiugliams. Uonk, Mull, Swiss and dnl,d Mu-i-lina. I'liiin, ntriped and cr:m.l:iived .l ircmiets. Silk Fi iiigcs iind Laces. Svis and J.iccoik tt Kd r'tiv's and Insurt'nni I'ic Xic Mits. Kid ami French Kid and sill; Chirps. Hose of all colors- iJrcss Trimmings of all varieties. Irioli Linens. Illenchcd and brown domesticks, bod tickings, checks, aud cotton yarns, all of which are mark ed down extremely low. 1Sooi & Shoes. A lartro and extensive assortment for Men Wo. and children. The Hoot and Shoo wearin pub lic need only call to be suited in quality "styles uuu jm levn. Hats & Caps Millincrv Goods. W'c invito the Ladies to call and sen our large and well selected stnckof Millinerv (Joods, coin in isinpf rill the new styles of Komieis, silk, eiape. spiuer vv co and caetus. at all prices. A tine as sortment of llowers, ribbons, bonnet silks and satins of every variety. t'lot'iin? t'lotliiiipr. Our Assortment oretntliin? is law and full, em bracing every article in the clotlrn-r line, icir jroodsare inanul'ictnred iiuder own iiiiN-rinte:id ouee we cin therefore warrant ltiv nrtielu v.e'l made. A larrre assortineiit nf clotln, l!nens, fiir mer's satin, diati.t.ie-', rihbod, lilain bhek. ar.d '.npv Cusimercs. We aro prepired tunuke to turuur aoy g.iri.ieui. at toe saoil-it nol.ee. Carpets. All wool, of every stvls a larire lot of domestic carpets, floor nnd table oil cloths, Ac. Ac. Hardware Department. This pirt of our store Is full nnd well S"lirfei. consisting? f Hat-bar, dandy, tire, hor-n shoe, saddle-tree. bind, round nnd square. All brand" nf v-teel. br.ss and iron tapped axles and maila ble castings. Cooking mid Parlor Stoves, of every pittern, improved cutting b-ixes nnd plows, nnd erery article usually found in a well regulated hardware store. iueetjsvare, A larye nnd varied assortment of nlain and f sn- cy stone, china, comninn stone, and potter ware. Groceries, For superior fjirlity and low prices cannot be urpsed. All kinds of r iiiiifry ; rOiluco tiken in exch !i:ce I'oroods. Call a:nl -ee us, we w'M ihvavsbe found ready to show ends " the old s'and nf Clinton Cli.tdwick. Cnmd n Oliio, We v,is!i to pureltiisti L'o.'O h.idiels of corn. iOj't. 0 poiinds of wool. ,(Mtg bi-Ve's 01' oitt and ill the Hnv-vrcd we on. f jr wiiicli tliu lii'lijt p.-'ee will be raid in cisli. !ay J!, l-j-i;. ll nry Hemp, Aclm'r ) I'reble Cemiirjn with die will annexed i Pleas, of Henry Drown, dee'd 1 I'ctitinn in Civil v? Action. Cotlmrine Hrown, et. ol. nATHARINR KP.OW.V, widow, Emanuel J lirown, Henry lirown, Cornelius Hrown, Isaiah Drown, John I rown, Joshua Brown, CiiMindre Harp wife of Harp, Catharine Hrown, James Drown, Cynthii lirown, Flijuh Brown, Anaeline Brown, John livsinrer and Snrali Rysiueer Ins wife, ate hereby noli :ed Nun on the Hili t'ny of Way 1 &j5, lieuiv Hemp, administrator with the will nuiiexcd, of Henry lrown, deceased, filed in the Court of Common Pleas of I'rtble county, Ohio, hi pet.tton ngain.st them, winch is now pending, wlierc-in the arid tilaiulilf nsks the completion of u ctrtpin contract of sale in writing made between John Hysineer and Henry lirown in the life lime of Ihe lnt!;r, coneernin about thirty acres of land situate in Preble county Ohio, liini; pud beini! in the North Kasl corn er of the North Wesl Quarter, of Section r. Township 4, lfant-e 3, Jiast as dosciilied in n clecd fioinLnvina Jones and Joint M. Jonc. to John Itysni'.'er, reconleil in Hook No. Hit. pane -3, laud records of Preble c ounty Ohio. mid also iiskini! the Court to satisfy mid con hrrn a sale of the same premises, made by the plaintiff as ndnunisirator, with the will an nexed of Henry Urowinlec'd. to !siaih lirown :. ordered by the tt stn'or in his will, and n'-o askiup lo be Authorized lo convey the laud to the said Ismail lirown in pursuance of said Sale. Andllenbo'-e named defendanls ore Fur titer notified that unless they appear and an swer or demur to said peli'.iou on or before the 16th day of August 1835, the same will be taken for confessed, and at the Term of said Court next thereafter, on order will he asked for in their absence. . W. J. GH.MORR. Alfy. for PlaiuliiT. May 17, 185(5. Cw. COLLECTION NOTICE. fPIIE undersigned having somo six months J. since retired from the mcrcantilo business, and having still a large nmouut outstanding in the form of notes nnd book account", nrd b,-. tiering that aufllcieat lenityhas now been shown, would respectfully notify those indebted to them tnal immediate paymcui is now reumreu. Our boots and notes arc in tho linndsof W Ij. .Mitcukll. who is our authorized agent for the transaction of all business peil'iming to ttie llrm nf Mursli A Lonkwood. and mav be found at the oflieo of It. (i. D. McKeuiy, E.q., Public 8piarc, Eaton Ohio. Please come f rwnrd friends, and by comply ing with the above request save us a'dis,irree:l('e taak, and yourselves additional co-t and trouble. JOHN MAKSH. N. It. LoCKWOOD. In my aliaance Esq. McKemy will attend to the snore onanists. ws,ii, Hiiini.btj Marti, lB5S.-tt Cincinnati, Eaton & Richmond Rail Road Line. Sn:::iiicr AriMiiKemcnt. Commencing on Monday May 7, 1853, l"tween Eaton and Ciiicin- ntitt and intermcdiale points. Leave Eaton 7,40 a m arrive at f ineinati 10 a m "12, " " " 2;o5pm '" a, lo n m " " li n m Leave Cincinati 8,10 a m arr. at Eaton, 8,10 m a,u p ni 4,35 p m , fi.oop m " " 7,20 p m Between Eaton and Richmond. Leave Eutou S.lO a ni arriveat Richmond 9.50am 4,vo p in 6,io p m " 7 !') pin " ' 8,00 p ni "a rscm: y nt rsvr asr sk a- Lcave Richmond 7,00a m arrive atEaton7,40am ,1 i,Tii), am" " is ni I " " 8,u5 p m ' 8,45 p m Tho 8,10 am and t.03 pm Trains connect at Richmond for Indianapolis and flic west. The !,;?. p niTrains connects for X. Castle, ic The 7,10 am and 8.4." p m Trains connect at Hamilton for Davton and intermediate points. Alln tl... Ci 1An in 'IVi,i . ....... . . 1.I .l -", ..... j,,.. .i. .i... .'...ii:b .-. ul iviuiiiiiwiiu li,-r K.u-ton. and intermediate points on the Ua"y- . -..'.1 H'.. . : .1 ion uuu ii extern ivan niao. The7,toatu Train from Eaton and the 3,00 p in Train from Cincinnati will stop at all regular Hi.'umus sum in nit- anev liousc on regular no t;ee. All other Trains will stop at Regular Sta tions only. 1). M . MUIiliOrt . Siipji iutcndeiit. May 17. HVt. Iierill's Sale. Neal & Lo'jk.vood, 1 Preble C' m :ion Pleas. against ( John (i. Colvin, & f 2d. planus order of Daniel Coi-xon. J sale. virtue of a writ of 2d Pluriusordcr of sale. J. J from the Court of Common Pleas of Preble I o.iiity, Ohio, and to mo directed, I will sell nt public outcrv at the door of tho Court House iu i'.aton. I'l-i.bla oounty Ohio. onSirurday the Hitti day of June. 1 s , . between the hours nf In ami u eioe 01 sain uay, tiie loliowm? property to wit: A leas for four years from April 1st., A. I). 1854, given by Jol:n Van 11 .-en to David Show.and by Llavid Show asdgnei! .o Joseph Dauner and by Joseph D.inner assigned to J. (. Colvin and Dan iel Corson together with the shmghterin? House thereon and rendering house, three kettles and nirn ice aim lard press in the same. Tile same being of fie-e i.ivnii.-es s'tuute in Preble countv. Ohio, and bounded and described as follows: Iteing part of the southwest quarter of section tliirlyl'o;:r. (:!t) in township number eight, (S) u range two, (-j) -a -t, !:c., b -.ginniiig atn stake on t ie Davton :Iid Weifern Turiioikn roid. wit. tie's a cherry tree 2 rods northwest of said stake, running thence ..bunt ; rods in a south east di rectio i until it sfriko-i (lie lu"k of seveu imle -re.-k: thence along s.iiil crock bank in a nrlli-ve-it direetloti 7 ; rod to lo a stake; tlietiee ill a -ioatli.wet direction lipids to .1 stake on svd fii'-iipilie roid to theplic" o'' h:'ginning.eont tin in,' o.ie-bilf aero 01 ire or lei o'.'lind. being jii- en-ftv t litea bv virtih' o! nn e:;oc'it.oii trom ttie e i li-t oi'ciiiii'nii'i ptetsnf Prebli countynt Ihcsuit it .Neal l.oe'xwisiii ng-nn t .). ii. Colvin and llttiiel Corso'i. The above nremises will b'j sold s-ihj-ct to a lien of $7),0) in favor of John Van- lo-en. Tenmnf sile cash. Appraised at 4 32.1 . JOIIX DEGROOT, Sheriff. IlcnuAnn k Foos. Ally's. Mav lo, lftit. MANTILLVS, s um'mee . s. TY stock of jlfintilbs is now complete, enm- .ti prising the newest and most fashionable lesigns nf Ifloirc Antiquo, Silks, Chantilla Lace and Applica Work. The ttylcs forSprirg nnd Snnimet are clinste m l elet i ni , Car surpassing in beautv the de- I'gaso, !a.-t year, and admirably adapted to our ; 1. n .-e. PATT2iLH3 ii' M-Milillnq Ladies' Vvnti and Sleeves, do ..' iks Mnrii ng (.'o'vim, Also I'.-.tterns for Hoys' 1 'id M isses a-.iits e.m be found nt either of my es '.iblUliiuuuts, of every desirable stvles. GEO. LEWIS, Mannfi cturer and Exclusive Healer in Mantillas ind I'aiierns' 7'JTourtli street. ;) doors from Vine iiul ii I riitli street, corner of Lodge. May to lS5.-i.-tf. CALL ft BH0THEE8. No. 10, Fifth Street, Cincinnati. T lKEM.ssiis taken in allkindsof weatherinfrom Jj twenty to thirty seconds. All picturea war uiiled. Koorrsopcn at nil times. JiTAdmis: in Free, April l.UI' ly; Wliitc Fish and Pickerel ANIL'S & DE;nOOT, have just received JjS fine assortment of While Lake Fish and Pickerel which they are selling lo customers at verv low rate". Salt I Salt! Salt I Innius & Depront jar now receiving a large Jslinnlv of S'nlt. ilifVeipnt nnnlili.. whi.k they will sell at the lowest rates. WANTED. N industrious and strictly honest man in every county iu Ohio, to net os Aeent and solicit orders (or "VKi.rstAN's Maosktkj Ackn cr." A snlnry of from 5600 to 80Q nnd small commission will be-secured the first year to suitable men. f or particulars editress Dr. M. VELPEAN. 1221 Broadway, N. Y. May 17, J854. 4t. 11 A pLjsnAiins'ffoYExcFEi Forthemorcironeral diifnsion of choleo !.'(. erary reading throughout tho coiiimunitv at a low price, we have been induced to make the fbllowiDffiSPLEN'Dn) Ol'FKIt. Helieving there are thousands that do not en joy the luxury of a Literary Magazine, who will gladly avail themselves of this opportunity, nnd many thousand now taking one or more, who will cootinue at low rates, wennkcthis proposition, trus'ingit n il be promptly responded to by all iuct.uiviv.iiiiiiiu gijuu reamng. tve AdBf Selected the follouing Mignzinet os in"- mmr tl liml VuhlitUd. D3LLAS MAGAZINES. The Ladies' Wre. th and Parlor Annual, The I.atlies' Keetn.tl.e an I llonie Libra rr, The Moth-r's M ig.tzin:' and V u.ely Miuiiior, Mi-rrv's Museum and Parley's Magazine, Wondwoi Ill's Youth's Cabinet, TiiaC'i:is:ian I): ,do:n. The WatereureJ1mr11.il, The Phren dogical Journal. TWO DGLLAH MAGAZINES. Peterson's Ladies' National Magazine' Arthur's Home Magazine, Tho National Magazine. The Indies' Repository. THEE3 D0L1AH MAGAZINES. Gode.v'j Lilly's Book, (iraham's .Magazine. Har;i!r's " Putman's " Knickerbocker ' Prdnk Leslie's Gazette of Fashion. BOUND BOOKS AT TWO E0LLAH3 EACH The Ladies' Wreath' the Ixdies' Keepsakp, full tb'; Floral Wreath, bouud in rich miiiliii, and Rllilt. Each volume cumins over 4u0 large oet ivo pigos of choice original articles from the p-jns of many of the best writers in the co-.mtrv, and 2." steel and lloral embellishments. Ontlie nenptof the Mum-y, ire in',7 v n,7 any of the nbore at fie foHi.ir 11 j (',, vh'ck is hut little more t'wn Hit nsiuf ,i;ia ait.on: Mltuer of the .:) M.igizin-' 1 rild the I.vlies' tt'reit'iortli-' Ladies' Keep-she. ?, 0,, El tiler of the J M igiziues en I tin-Wreath and the lCeeiisake.or either ul the l;-i;.i.d Ho iks, :; ,0 Either of til-; llo-uid Dank s, and the Wreath, and the Keep-,ake, or either t.v.i of tiiu otlior XI M igazines, 00 Four copies of the Ladies' Wreath or the Ladies' Keepsake, 3 rj-J Either of the $:jMagazines.either"f tlie-2 il igizines. the Mreath, ami the keep, sske. or either of the Hound Hooks, 5 00 Lither ol the f i Jlngazmes, either of tho liimud Hooks, the Wieath. the Keep sako, and one of the other I Magazines 5 00 The Wreath, the Keepsake, either of the Hound Hooks, and any three of the ji Magazines, 5 0) The Wreath, the Keepsake, and any five of the other tl Magazines, or all three of of tho Hound Hooks, 5 Oet Seven copies of the Ladies' Wreath or the Ladies' Keepsake, 5 00 Either of the Jul Magazines, either of the Ai Magazines, the Wreath, this Keeps ike. and any two of the Hound Hooks.nr one of the Hound Hooks, aud one of the other ijl Magazines, 5 00 Either two of the iSMagazines.tlie Wreath, thcKoepsake, aud cither of the D'miiI 11-ioks, 7 0'' Either of the $2 Magazines, the Wr.-atli. the Koepsakc,aiid all three of the I J " : 1 : 1 I Umks. 7 0 ' Either ol'tho 52Magr;ni's. or i-'ilii-r of thn Hound Hooks,and all eigiitnl 'the -Jl M.tg nzlnes, 7 C All three of the Uoiitid Hooks, the Wreath, t'ie Ke 'p-iake.and any twoof tlieotlii.r 1 .'lag itues. 7 00 Ten copies of the Ladles' Wreath, or t'10 Ladies' Keepsake, 7 O'J Either of the : Magazines, either of the Magazines, all three of the Hound Hooks, the Wreath, the Keepsake, aud any twoof the other $1 Magazine! 10,0" Any two of the J:) Magazines, any two of the $2 .Magazines.the Wreath, the Keep tilti, and any three of the other $1 Mag azines, 10 00 Any three of the Magazines, any two of tlic (2 Mnyaziues, the Wreath and the Keepsake, 10 00 Either of the 8? Magazines, all three of the Hound Hooks, the Ladies' Wreath, tUfJveopiikc, and any four of the other 1-Magazines 10 Oo Either of thcjti Magazines, all three of the Bound Hooks, the Wreath, the Keepsake, Mid any rive of the other SI Magazines 10 0.' Either of the i-i .Magazins.eitlier of the $2 Magazines, either of the Hound Hooks, and all eig'-it of the t Magazines, 10 0 1 Fifteen copies oi the Ladies' Wieath or tbe Ladies' Keeps ike, 10 Oo T2?"Mnnev n'ny he sent nt our risk, when l eg- istei-ed bv tl'C l'lnt-imter. -VII Letters mu-t be addressed to LL'UIUI'K ASCOYII.L, Xu. s Spruce Street, New York. May 10, 1S33 Dasuerretttj'pe Faviliou. THE undersigned takes great tileasute in nsi- noiiiieing to the LxniKsnnd Ugxtlkmen ofKaton. and surrounding eoun'.i v.tliat he is now iu town, and is prepired to furnish all lovers of Nature's delicate peiicilliugs, with a Correct Likeness of themselves or friends, by calling nt his room. and taking a seat under tne mellow light, ns it flows from hcaveu's boundless arch, imparting to nature her true form. He isiM-cuiren to take Jjiknease, of nil sizes, from the smallest Miniature to the half size form. Pictures taken in cloudy, fully as well as 111 clear weather. Ladies and (rcntlcmen are invited to call and examine Sin-ciineiis and Stuek. Oiiice open from 7 A. M.,toi', p. 1 TV lir'f'HI.'T rtt..l.,l U. 1. V i. 1 , LfdUtllVUIIjlll April 13. 1355 Sin. Road Notice. VfOTICi; is hereby given tlat a petition wiil i be pr.iseiited to the Co!nni:ss:ouers of PrcMe oimtv. Ohio, r.t their next session, h-ing t; p lirst Mon, I 'v in June l-.V, the olreet and nraver of which petition wiil b the lot- .tion of a rnaaiv l-oul. s;taate.l an.l l.eing in tnvrn-litp iiutnlier nine, r.it-'e otie east, beginniit at the Si, tie r.i ai le iiii::- ,in:n Elton to New .1nli Jul., hi i.r!;- ''.ii, it v. a! the erois'iig ot said State road and tie section line b-tweeii -eetion 2 .and 11. in Je ler .011 to,, nship, running east oil the seetion line ibaiit ore .111.I ihree-iiiiah miles to the township line b .twe.n Jeii'ersnii and Monroe, so n to in tersect the cotintv roid riinuing froui Eldorado vest on or near tho se.'t'Oial line and there to terminate. MAX 1 I'ltillTlOXKItS. M iv in. isr.5. One Cent liewnrd. RAX AWAY from the mbscriber living in Washington Township. Preble County, Ohio, a boy named WILLIAM UAILUV. whowiisbound to riie by the trustees of Harrison township, Preble county, Ohio asau apprentice totheFarm ing bin.ineKS.on the 22d day of April. IHjo. The above reward will be paid to any person return ing him to me. All persons are hereby notilied not to trustor harbor him on mv account. WILLIAM SCIILIGER. May 10, 153. St. ' EXCHANGE BANK, N. E. Corner of Maine !t Third Streett. DAYTON, O. BCYand pellExchaneeand Coin; buyHillr, Voles. Donds, Mortgages, &o . nnd loan money at reasonable rales. Pav interpst on Deposits. HARSriMAN & WINTERS. Oct. C, 1803. fsalt! Salt! Suit! TL'ST rereivini; a large lot ol Salt which I J will sell lo my old friends at the lowtsl rales. Cull and purchase. It. S. CUNNINGHAM. . Pure -Liquors INSPECTED and Warranted and sold only for Medicinal purposes by It. 8. CUNNINQHAM. ; i I 110 1 l'UK 'J'lii; IMiW ilbviOS. nitASlER .'i CAMPI1ELL have ju t rcrtiv JJ ed their first nrrival 'ol SlJi'in;; and SiKtnninr ioo;!s, a d will tontunie lo receive and open during ll.e coming Seasmi a full anil comnti 11. nu,rti.,u,,l Arllv f'..A.Iu - - r ......... vi j uvuui, QUCCIIS ware, and every other article in ll.ul. i:.. ...7.. A 11..... ...-if ..ri -.. .. . . ....... ..in , M'.i.vr. ,ucy atn, iu orccr 10 make quick returns at 15 per cent lower than ever. Call nnd examine their nice new Siock and learn their price.', and then if you are not sat isficd.you nreat liberty to do better if youenn. I'libtt ntonnea In 1.1 t.n t J a 1 . CASH prtHJES, for nil kinds of OOUNTKY PHODLCE, Lnrd.Uutler, lr, Dried Apples, and ) ii y hma else ymi have- hrinj; it along. I! 'I'lie'iekl. I,. I -o I , r w.miI for which they w.H jiny" ti.e hijitv. pi ice. Rri;ic::i!:ct' tlic p'ace, MAHSil A-LOCK WOOI W 1 ier.1- I!i'ir -; fti-r, ., id marly npp i.,il,; Hik Court Hou.e, N-j. S, .Main street, Union O. Tluy respectfully invite nil t give lln-m a cull, as they will .-par.' no pains in showiue. their goods, ond will use et-iy exertion lo please their numerous ciislonii-rx. I'-AAC I1HASIKR, WAEREN M. CAJ1PEELL. Ea'.on, April fi, lb'3-5. if. Or. J. II. MEKEOI Til, DENTAL 8TJEGE0N AND 0PEEAT02 IU Mechanical VeRtiMry. WOULD respectfully inform both friends and n-ln,nill,,.ll.n -1 , , ., 1 111 "'e now ue lounii on .nam . .1 tn, uuu s-juaro wen 01 t.ie l our! lioasf, hdto.i. Ohm. 'I'll 1 ul. Th I r. . 1,,. 1 1 ... lK'sto.ve.1 toe last year, and evidences of satis' e tion rendered, he- fee-Is lil;e renewing his et.'m-t i.ot only to ple-ase. hut to surpass, if .ai-hle-, unuer Oji;iul ou t :u Aitiliei:jJ Wovls. Incrrnpiible Aril:i.-il Ye. rh'n--, i, ,-.'re w r.rtu.l's-...,. with tin-., f a 1, : , ilai .,;....,. latloa. s-lilelit :,t-lv til, le t ..., ,;,..... .,; , ileleetio i froui she'll .t..r..l, e - t b- tl,c c taV'' :.: specti'M'. Ai:o.'i::e:-h; P;-?.s-.:i', , Teeth alwayn iu a-rivd 011 tliis pr';.;-'p',. ta-- ei.tii-e at e-ii i - re, .ilivd. and : :v ;1 ..., v, ec tlie coiulitiDii cl'tla- naiurli wliri.d'uii oi it. riJJiS "iV-eclj. Hr. M. would call a!t.-iil;o;itn tl.is vrv inn-o,-. tan o;.erat:oti, hysayieg th:.t if p-op'rlv ii,u,e leeth can be rendered useful f . r 111,.. Extracting, Cleansing. ni:d Ilegiiiatiu" ( hll- J ten's le-etli, and gen,.ral diseases ol't!iu"ni h treated 111 a ludieiiius nirnncr. Ollice and residence on Main Street, one "mare west ol the Court House, Eaton, Ohio April 12,1s.-..). V. Master oni ssiouer's io" Forehiiiieri- Gutuun') 1'lurius order of i.,io ,, ,V3 , f ou Petition to fore-lo e George W. ilaer.etal j niort;;a-e. HY virtue of a pliirius order of pale, from the 1 Court nf Common I'leasof Pn MeCouurv.Ot.io, to nie directed, 1 wi'l sell nt public out. i v : t t':e d.nr or the Court House in 11.. ton. t'.-etile'cn ,1:i Vl ., 0:1 S -.tin-day the l.;tli dav of June, ween the lours of lOo'elia-'l; A. M. :,::-l o'eh ul. P. M. of said d-,y. the following proi - rtv .-.it : t 111 the c-iantyaiid Slat,-af.ires;. u, ,v, ;i, , '.sfolloi's: L it 11 inilj -r t-,v..':i! .--!lnii- : in ti.anot .Vow Hope, .-.s !;:ki-.v:'. if. ;! -a the origin ! plan nl's.t, ,.,.. v;;-;,' -t'le "I .'-Ia iu : t. Ivi!.t!ire' rod- i.i t'e- Tuno ii.,- aed u 1, rod : in leti f,, t , t.,::-!y nv p.:,... of I'l-l'tn- ul s..!..- i-a h. ApJ l ai.ied at r.. ,1. JO! IX HWr.OOT, !:';; slleci:i! M .s r t.'.en::i May 10, H.". I ..ml .in r. BOOTS tV" SllOJ'ri." J. L. &. c. XV. Lock wood, TAKE this means of informing their oil friends nn'' tllc' I'cople generallv, that thev r.ru Vi(7 coiistantlv iniiml'.pii, o,,,i 1,..,.. .... ff ifej ''"ml, ft large and fashionable asoi li mellt of eilstiKo.mail,, Boots, fslioesr Waiters SJ-ppcps &c, for Ladies, (.'eiitleinen, iiissys an i child-i-eii.iiianulactu.ied nceordtng to the l:te.-t .t .h of the best material, bv experienced workuet,' whieii toey will -ell at the verv lo-.ve t rates. ' :i?"H.-niemhe-r the place, lia'ron street, near!' o:ip,niteaiiaiiMlars, and u few doors liouli oV . iiuoi- s corner. Eaton, April 2;. l3.-,,j. I'KLJilir.U fi'i'.i'.". XPTHIV.' Slllll'i'll::, ofK;,,.,,,, I 'L t lit.-e ..lid ri-.n::.'-'a:.a- of t y 'ee'i l-i.il. tli- in- t pretiiiiiM -:t "ii i'-iir. at Diyti.ii iu i-1 !. aii-l tl: -' - Pl'el.'le e.i.iitv l'Vr. iu I 'ill v 'ft'a: t UU w-'.i-'. .. I,. t v-I't.ite-I .S..;:.;.. Il ':.:; n...i.' ..,' .-' . Ii. y I:.-.-:-.' -:!.! or era-!;. el - ;; , to thro a- mo:-., -.vat-r, iu tit :: lei with less I than ;uiv . t , .vor! I. i',-.'"Ad lresj all ord-r 1, whi.-t, e. ; ?y attended to, to Audiew ..'j D.iaioi (an Ohio. Ajiril 2.J, 165."). liegii-tercopy. , Cl-Mi- ia l. ! I- .nn ;ue... r. I. Situation Wanted. A rrentlo'iiau residing in the cast, under.;! 1r.1l . inglhe Watch and Jewelry bu-ine is, w'.-ln s a situation in the West, iu an e-t .blisimi nt ..!' tie kind. Isapractic.il Watchmaker, and Ir-sbeen engaged iu the business for years, fs-,'' The host of Iteferences furnished asto ipialihc itii-nse!i;:r-acter &e. l-'or further information uddress. pn t piad,V. C. Coiu.n, Editor 'Eaton Vc awe nit,'' Eaton Preble countv, Ohio. M ireh 1, Is.-,,-,. Z'$r .'titinel, 1'idianapolis: Sentinel, Ml!iv.-.:i-kie: De-m. piper tlliie igi and Iltuprivr, Cinein einnati, iiiseri to the aiiioiiut of VJ each, and send papers and bills to thisotlice for p .ytneiit E.TII'CKSUJl Boot and :joe g!ore. r-H r j'lir. L'xi!!-:::sit:xr.i, i-.s fnr 1 inoiitlis b.-en eti;rv-: i! in itta:;- Z2s'$rj 11 'aetu ing lla.ts au.l e.a.v.awiiii t'i a view to open. rig a Kol a::d f-'noe fc'tarc in Tm'.w, ,11 . 1 .'. l:i.; completed a large a:i!".:i! 1 'tt ,; , ie: . :::".: i 1:. lae '.sure of aiilloilUei lar ll.tlte h . -ii i. on .'I li ii Street. . ;; -: t- tie .-,:.! o::-:l liot. I. .1 e.o.ipl'te assortment ..! ai! tie i -iloa., testis! :. iiio.tly of his own in unit' ae-tui e. liia ., .. sortna::. t now ou hand and in prog-ess of cute, lo tion, are (JESTS KIH TOP. CALK. MniJOCCO, Anvl I'ateut Ieatiier CJaiteis; Osl'.u .l Calli Morocco and Patent T.e itlier Tie Calf. Patent Leather Mon:nes,and all oilier kinds too leilinis to incntinn. All kinds of (Jeiit'auil Ladies' fancv (Jailers made lo order, of the best mat. rial an.l workmanship. From the experi ence he has had in the business, he feels eon.'i-de-tt his work will coi.i'iare f.ivf ihlv with any Ei st or West. ' E. P. LOCKWOOD. ' Eiton. Aprils, lSd.)42-tf. LAiXDIVAIIKAXTS, HO! T M!E undersigned has perfected such arrange ments with competent and responsible parties .11 Iowa, ns loenaoie mm to uiiucrt.iiiO the loca tion of liounty Land Warrants on the choicest 1 uulsof Iowa, or other portiousof the great west, in the most favorable terms. Soldier and others, having Warrants can line them located so as to realise from 10 t . in per cent, a have the market price of tlu-ir War. rants, poriunes havcb.vu nude bv ir-jeahtor in this bii-iness, and there is no -v.-'d re is-ui r-.'ly 'ae holders ot too M nrrants s.ioulu not reap toe idvanta ges. X. It. Anv informitiun will be chec:-r-.!'v giv en, and prompt attention given to anv I nines. en'Hisled. Tli OS. J LAUSH. May 10, 1S."5 tf. RAKEKY. We have in operation a Bakery; ,n.l h.TAin niirfunntnrflnn nf lhl Yu.i Ke llers in the West, wo wil at all times kcepa good supply of Fresh Dread. Crackers and Cakes. Families supplied ou reasons ble term". l.anun it uegroot. . OAHTEIl'S CPxil-JiCn 2IIX1USS i:iz qzzxi tt:-.i7 w. cr tee ilood. -N'OX A l-AlTM i..i :,:!.!. C It Y IX IT. Lett':c .J,:kt:J Jltuil end Vondtr ! An r.:,:.lii..- i reii. for .--'ei alula. Kintr's Kill 1:.. iie.tisiii.C-b-i.a .ie'.'nt :i:eous;,U,iiuiis.Pim. or i'l.-tnli-s on the 1 ..ee, lilnteiies, iuiils, ':ic More Uvea, !:.!. Wntui or '1 ...t... svld. 1 i.r iieail, l.n..itgeoiei.t r.iiu I'n.u ot the l4ones nnd Joints. -Stubborn lllen-i. "SyluSi! ic HiMirders. Luuibngo, Spinal cou.pl iiiit"s. r.nd till diseases. ari'iiiL' lioin an it iudicious use- or Mit,, in,. jprudeiice in Life, or impiii ity of the lilond. ' I-i"'fhls g. eat alternative medicine aud Pu- j riher of bleed is now used by thousands of grate- iful patients from all parts of the United "Mates, w ho testify daily 10 the remarkable cures ) cr funiiid bv the greatist of all medicines, "CAR- TUK'.s SPA.MSH SliXTL-ltE." .Neuralgia. j llu'iiinati-m, Scrofula, llioj tions on the r-kiu. i.ivtr j-ii.-ase. l ever L leers, tllil Sores, Alfec t:ons of the Kidneys, l.iseases ol the throat. Fe male complaints, pain mod Aching nf the Lone aud Joint .-, arc speedily put to bight by using tlii great and iite.-lina ble runedy. Tor all di -ea-es ni tiie bleed. 1,'othing lias vet been found to coti'pire wiibit. It cleanses the s -.-ten: of. H him in-ltii s.rcis g-1:'! , aud i ticient- liit:i.s v to tl'e Mil! ell.tu.s t:,e i 'Uir.e'--. nii.kes M-.-ti-ii ;' .. (',,11. .1 lj:i-i.c-n ilnvu :-i.- t::.e igor nud , t') :t I.."' een p'.ir.tivi 'y better f e e-l. A lew dosi ; ; :: v. ill la ua.ve t.11 r'-i f- tie !.: nient la -1 city to ti e step, 't'i in a reiiiarkiiblu if ia lo tli ol it: -tea- le V .1 the I cile lies ( vei-lieenl nf. t i I'a'e n . 11 il,.-:- oi'ee: liilie t. s-.vlneh we lava a:s fi-'-n I'll pfiisol the I'ui st cviden-e that there is ca i-eeeive.l :i-ni:i 1 r.'fi M ilea, is t:ie 1) Hmi.b-.igi.bout it. T!:. i..tra.tes, plivsieiaus. ai I t-i-ss.l, tel kef'i'ei'S.nui!'- I public men, well known ,10 ti e cotuniunily. 1 1 T- t-atin r.nv to the ".-od, rful c-i.Vcts of this (JliE.VT ULOOH PC jllll'llllt. I Call ontlie AertvT and pet a Circular nnd Al manac, and rend the wonderful cures this truly j 'ji-e.ate-t nf all Medicines bud irfornwtl, I N'ono cen.ili:e ui:l.--s si: i'ed LEXXETTA nr.l-.'IIS, Proprietm-i. No. f, 1',-nrl Sleet. liich 1 111 !i,.t Vn.: to wlem all cn'.ers for suj-pliea aud 1 agi-iK ii-s must be at!d' .'fed. 1 And fur -alt by I':-.-d'!:. I'e'.s'eino Cnciimati. t Minsi'all Co., E:-.t-!, ream A- .-'ur'r.ce, r,.s: cr .l. Ci.lilltt., I.,-v.-i,-l,-.'.rg. .! Itn CaV Vi'e-t Alex. If'dri.1, M-cbai-l .v. Co.. Vi'incbe-tir. J. 11. liohn. j C.-iii.!.-!i. I. S. Sl,e,vah..T Xl-,' I'tiis. I Atail l:1, 1 jlVtiitci Jc:i2e, twit: Crnd TiaTcs i ';i:ae .1;-::;;:! azzvcsizzma for isi: jiillio. "HI. i;-i-i.:-.1 iied ii ha;;;-jo r.ii:..e.ece to his f.i.t.i!-; :-.!.'! 1 ;!; ; l'.l'o i i -em .-,! i,.,.t. I1,-,'.','.', .- '!';' ',;'::-a ::-'' l-i'-dy itier-sed his t'-centts and i-rovi.-ions l.e 1-; n. : iv t'ly '.. ni: ails!: cu to:m-i' with almost ' hr-7'' '1 ", ' 'l';r '", '"-' !-'u'-:,C : which ," .7" A:..:i:-.;' i.-.h.-r artielcs coniprisinir .isuiis-a luieous st..... c le iuvitcs attention e. p-..ial!y to a saperior lot of Satr, 5:!:i;s!i, and t'ofiec, r!.e-.v crof :) likewi e to li'sexcellcntasMirtliient of leas, leharco. Hpice 1 and coi.dirneiits, ' : "'' -'. Gherkins, Cheese, Starch. .Gunpowder l-.;a'l, ttgars. Xuts, Cn,!ies. Haisius. Figs ii.as.wnK. E-itbeuwurc, Tubs, Jjakets, Ui-ouws Ac. i;e. A I mi. ' Boots & f;:joes Ij .lji custom and m,!,. ;!;. v.-.,rranted lo fit well an l wear w 1': and for s..le fit the verv !o,.et aaces efWJ hi. !, .&.) LiUwUj U have lersale at all nines. I'2ri:i' :;:n3 I's'ovJt-.Jciii;; .la-idCiles (:. ,.-:. J .l, ;i i ;-;i ;s. (;ru Meal. '::! ;.' o ...:..:.:-... ,.' ; . .;, ... . 1 . ,,..,.,. j' t:-...... t . ,.;,!; .- ,.4 ,rf. I 1. ..;. le.-!.le:vo:-t-i jiv,..-.. "' ' :" ' : , 1' ;' '.' '.-.,. :v. Main ! .". .'-;'.:ul iiottl. 1 : -1 ' ;; ;r. Mii.t.nit, MEDICAL NOTICE. I r.i-. 1:. p. .i;-.-;-.ct5!tr I E.-Ti:flii':'U.v i;.:;,-;,.. elllz, nof West j I '. .le :.:.,li:a at: ! -.te'.tv y.-ncr.iliv. tlat la ; : ' '' " ' : -' --'('l e ie'e ; U thl- aliiieted. l '1'. ' '! t: 1 ''' ':' , I'l' 'tee. retlernl .snci-i.sa ' ; 1. ! ei' : ;:..., , t,-. - toi..ent a ,huru "I p....'e. .;lil-i,u;--e. lie. in -ni...;,. aiT.iiigen-etifs ilat will enable ': in to d. v. ta lis. .iti ;.t:..ti 1.1 tie IVaet oi' :52t:ieitie, Le is d- tern.ine.l to r-nder satistactiou to all woo may favor him will a c.-.II. He also ii.ieudikeeain-; 011 band a general as sortment of Eotaterc iTSetiieines, Ofthe iaiiestand best quality, which be will sell on the most nio.lerate tern.s. The frieinib of .Medical Heforni will Cud it ta t.ieiraihantage to give him acail. Wesl Alexandria. Ohio, March 2. 1855 ilat!i.etal ! THE finest Idacktral ever ofTert d Ibe perp'.e Lof Eaton, ju.it opened and for sslo.it the Grccery of Jj. s. Ci.'.VMXCHAM. yS'i.S.-aClD TOYJW EiCPEIi'i'r 'V. ." . .'""; ri.'i -cr.oi r wishes to ' ' '. :!-!: i.l.I l.etirou - ' . v. i; :: .i la l.-a.v res ..'1 s sir- J , ' 1 i xy 'I -t i 1-toe l,i ,t d. .ir.,'n!o : 1.' ;'. i- - J. rt of tyv.-n. (i.n .oi:rel- ' . - '.- -. s:ivet.e..t of !:..r,,n.) ;.ud , , "i'V.'iih en ry conve. mimic. Ti e ll-. i e is e-t;:iiv"a'e::s i.ml'in -nod ei-; ;::-. with a o.l Welt. ( i .er:i nud Woo.l- il.'i-e coiuei.ieut. TIk'i-.' i : a good stab'e upon ttl.e In!, together with n cli.ice varictv cf Grafted i l'niit Trees, Cnrrar! Ituslics, ,vc. Vif.'or further particulars, crquirc of the subscriber at his Grocery Store, en K.-.n n Street. JOIIX G. WILLIAMS. Eaton, April 19, 1035 tf, Attcsiiicn oldiertj! J "AMES A. C1LM0HE will prosecute upon lib eral teTtrs all claims against the General Government for I'nunty Land or Pensions for Services rendered in the war of 151 i! or any other American war since lT'.io. lliivinger.gaged the assistance of Wm. II. Mil. lorEsip, an AiMrney residing in Washington city (formerly "f Hamilton l.utler county Ohio,) he can give assui-ance that Claims enlrasted to him will reeive prompt attention. Ollice of Vu. J. (iilmnre, llarou it. Eaton O. April 5. IP.'..). Cm V I LEI AM WiSWKLI, , Jr TOOKING CLASS, PORTHA1T iy PIC- I J Hire J ami ac nrv. Nn. 1") t.iin "rnt j ''tuvcen Third nndtpntirth Rt ret- t-a. Cincinnati. ""iing Classes, Pnrtinit nnd Pictim- Pran.es jnf every pattern, Mahogany and C:!t Frames ior ricuiros cui losuu any size nl sliorl notice. Looking Glass Plates put in'n old frnmer. Frames repaired nnd rcgiit. AH kinds of or nnmontai jrilt frames made to order and to fit pictures. Fine Ficnch pictures Ion hand of the first quality. Call and examine my stock. May 5, 1832. ly. SOAPand CANPI.K.S -a lirst rate article rr sale by Laniin A T'grnoi.