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STATE LINE FAIR.
. Tb preparation! lot this exhibition are tep idly progressing and bidsjfelr to be largely tieSaia, ;" - - J feyWertinf, lo the Circular or theSnperin ttsdaat Mi. W; W. Higgina, it will be seen that the whole amount of preminms in prop rty and gold amouota to 30,001, to be divided among the different memberships, and wa nnderatand that in addition to ihii, the whole result of the Fair after deducting the contingent' expenses, will be added to the mount to be distributed.. It will be aeen that any person becoming a member, whether exhibitor or not, will be equally entitled lo lis chariee for drawing the highest premium in the list. When' It is taken into consideration that tbete is raluable prises in the proportion of one to every four of the membersbipjtickrts -all must aee that tbe chances for a profitable investment are very great, with but a small outlay. No extra charge will be made for exhibiting at the fair, and good accommoda tions will be provided. Trsina will run to and from the Fair on all the ro ids at half the usual ft ir. BTOId Sores, Ulcers, and all eruptions and all diseases arising from an an impure or de praved slate of the blood. See the extraordin ary cure of Win. Q. Harwood, a highly res ipectable cilisen of Richmond, Va., by Car ter's Spanish Mixture. He bad some ulcers and aorea of the worst description, and finally got so bad he waa unable to walk except on crutches. A few bottlea of Carter's Spnish Mixture, the great blood purifier, cured him, aa it has cured hundreds of others who have suffered with rheumatism, bad effects of mer cury, and pains and ulcers of the bones and joints. See advertisement. June 14. 4w XT The Germans have produced some very excellent remedies for various diseases Among which mj be specified "Dr. Hoofland's Cel ebrated Bitters," for sate by C. M. Jackson, and used with remarkable success in Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, ervous De bility, and a general derangement of the Stom ach. The Sunday Dispatch says of this medi cine: "We feel convinced, that in the use of the German Bitters the patient does not be come debilitated, but constantly gains strength and vigor to the frame -a fact worthy of con sideration. The Bitters are pleasant in taste and in smell, and can be administered under any circumstances, to the most delicate stom ach. Indeed they can be used by all persons with tbe most perfect safety. It would be well for those who are much affected in the nervous system, to commence with one tea spoonful or less, and gradually increase. We speak from experience, unci are, of course, a proper judge. The press, for and wide, have united in recommending the lierman Bitters, and to the afflicted we must cordially advise tbeiruse." See adveisement. jeU-2w. CINCINNATI AND EATON MARKET. CorrtcUdwaekly by R.S.CunniDgham. wholesale and retail Grocer, Main at., Eaton. CIXCIIXATI. IATOX. BassWAX, 222S BuTTck, 1214 Uhiisi, : V10 Butter, Chiiss, 12(315 Corrn, llJi12X Corn, llfU Drisd Applis, (1:75 Pbichki, 3:502:75 KTHai, iiliH Drikd Applies, i:S0 PlACURg, $2:5U3:00 FlATHERS, 87(ff40 Flour. D:4U f LOUR, Whrat. 10:50 Whrat, Corn, Oats.. Bails r, Rtb, Biabs, Eoas. Hoot, Cattls, Sbiip, (1:051:70 75(880 U&45 1:25 1:80 12:50(32:60 10 $.4:00(34:50 ,7 008:00 1 80 6065 8540 100 1:00 2:50 810 3:754:(iO H:00(S:00 (2:C03:00 10(312 7(28 Corn, Oats, Harlkv, Rvi, HlAXS, I'-uos, Hogs, Cattls, Srntsp. $$:50500 Him. BID, .Shoulders, B.WUVsISidri, 4K?pnouLDiRS, 0(87 i.vrd, 8c$io Clovib, tS0035:60 Tihotbi 1:60W Flax, $l:65gt: POTATOSSi 1:25 "Svok; Ht Lard, smiO ClOTM. 4.7rS5:0C TmoTBT, 2 0uffl2:50 Flax. 1:50 potatobs, 1:89 Sugar. MARRIED On th 24th of Juuo by Kev. L. F. Van Clbvr, Mr. Wiliiam S. Ware, to Mis Phebe Ann Clattrbbuck, all of Eaton. On the 27th of June by the same, Mr. Thomas W. Colc, to Miss Matilda C Chris ma(, all of Eaton. Wanted. A GOOD industrious' girl to do the house work of a small family, for which a liber I compensation will be given. For further information enquire at this office. June 6, 1855. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Important Announcement t ! TO all persons afflicted with Sexual diseases, such as Seminrl Weakness, Impotence, Gonnorhcea, Gleet, ic, tfC. The Howard Association, of Philadelphia, in view of the awful destruction of human life and health, caused by Sexual diseases, and the deceptions which are practiced upon the unfortunate vic tims of such diseases by quacks, have directed their Consulting Surgeon, as a charitable act worthy of their name, to give medical advice gratis, to all persons thus afflicted, (Male or Female,) who apply by letter, with a descrip tion of their condition, (age, occupation, hab its of life, Ac.,) and in eases of extreme pov erty and suffering to furnish medicine free of charge. Tbe Howard Association is a benevolent institution, established by special endowment, for the relief of the sick and distressed, af flicted with "Virulent and Epidemic Diseas es," and its runps can be u'ed for no other purpose. It has now a surplus oi means, which tbe Directors have voted to advertise the above notice. It is needless to add that the Association commands the highest Medi cat skill of the age, and will furnish the most apptovad modern treatment. Valuable advice lao given to sick and nervous females, af flicted with Abdomnal Weakness, Womb 'Complaint, Costiveness, Lencorrhoss, tc. Address (post paid,) Dr. Oxorok R. Calhoun, Consulting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. "8 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. , EZRA D. HEARTWELL, I'res't. Gcoboe Pairchild, Secretary. . Lewi Chrlatman's) Estate. NOTICE is hereby given that the subscri ber bsa been appointed and qualified as Administratrix on the estate of Lewi Christ--man late of Preble County deceased. All tpersone having elaima against said Estate are -requested to present them duly authenticated dor settlement and those who are indebted to said Estate are requested to ma te payment without delay. SARAH CHK1STMAN, , .Administratrix of Lewis Cbristman dee'd. July 6, 1855 Iron, Steel,., Springe. Nails, Locks. Latches, Butts, and Table Cutlery; Sadlery, .Hardware, and Harness' Mouqling, Fly Netts, Ac.t lull .assortment at , , . (J. VANAUSDAL k Cos'.,. Maale Violins, Bows. Strings, tc. dec, for Hie by ; . C, VANAUSDAL & Co. List of Letters REMAINING in the Post Office at Eaton, 0., July 1st 1665. Persons enquiring for any letters in the following list, wil please say advertised. A Aupel George Albaugh David U Rrowu David Deomen Mayhail liuck John liarubart Hiram Uroirer ADgeline lirook Jacob Itcenit Nimrod Dell Cbarlos bishop Alfred Ball Lydia C Connor Patrick Cunningham L B . Cooh ColliusAG t Cole J P Craig John Clark Enoch Carothers J. bn Crean Jeremiah Comman Eli Campbell W D Coleman Robert W Carpenter K 3 Crimer R Claypool J V Casten William D Dye Henry Dell Mary J Davis John 2 Davis M J a Dunham Horace Dult'ey Thomas Dalrymple Catharine Dickman Mr DilmoD Rebecca E Emm John F Floreny Daniel Frame Daniel 2 Furniss Thomas Foiter Luther C Felix J Freeman Elizabeth O Gregg Elizabeth Gentil I'erret Henry Gray Mary Gray Sarah L George Henry W Gard Jacob Gilkey Eunice 4 Glasnie John Gordon Jane Gromes Mr Greer Henry C Gard Mary A H Hipgins MrsSS Hutchinson Elizabeth Iliestaud A Harker Charles Harniili John Hollcnback Henry llnnnum Frankliu Harris Thomas I J Johnson Jacob Jones Ellcanor Imc'-io Joserdi Koegelc Jacob Ki s ugcr Susin Kubler Karoliner Koehler Rev Robert Kintzey Mary Kreps John L L . Leach Mary Louiuccker John Lively John Longshore Asher La bough Lewis Laubcy Uichacl Long J M Maim Allen A Mettert David G Miller Sophia Mitchell V Hitter Catharine Mackey Pbcbe Jlehatlej James JIungavan Bridgctt Mullea Thomas Mc.Vult Hiram Mudgctt Charles B Mc LihneyA Skinner Keal Jane Norris A J A Co Y Parks Isaac Pape Charlotte Popp John Price Ania Price John R Ramsay Sarah Roaster lieuiah Rue George W Reed (Jeorga II Rice Jesse Robinson Isabel Rhea Jehu Ronhee D Rhea Juhn S Seibert Joseph Sample MrsK 2 Studebaker Joseph 2 Snyder Rebecca Sear Mary C Stibins Elizabeth Smith John A Shank Josiah Sylor Rebecca Stanton Henry C Sternbergor Lewis Shaffer Fanny Sellers Rheben Sealhamcr William Stetlcr John SmileySamucl Snod grass Sarah Stokes Sandy A Show-lev Jonathan tfl usher Sarah Si lor Catharine T Thorp Charles Todd Caroline Tomy Squire Trager F Temple A Miller Taylor Samuel Thompson Abr'm V W Whipple B M Wool man Mary Warwick R Mrs Walter T Whitcomb George Weisseubergor David Wilson Orlando Wight Rosilla V Young Joseph h.itcoiu Micbael The following letters have not been forwarded on acconnt of the postago not being prepaid. William J. Truax. California. Manassa Woods, lluntinirton, Indiana. Wm. R. Rinchart, Winchester, Ohio. John M. lirown, Camden, Ohio. Jackson liraker, New Lincastcr, Indiana. A-M. Scott, Dayton, Ohio. Lucinda Morton, Centrevillc, Iud. J. J. Jenny, Columbus, Ohio. Harly Kuhner, Cincinnati, Ohio. J. I) Harper, Centreville Ind. Hezekiab Prn, C'amdon. Oliio. Matthew McClung, Lake Kiver, Wash. Ter. Samuel Pcelo, Newport Indiana. Stanley J. H. Tort- Indiana. W. C. GOULD, P. M. July 1, 1835. New and Cheap Goods. AVERY FULL and complete nsrortmenl of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, pur chased this Spring in New York and Philadel phia, exclusively for cash, and will be Fold as they have been purchase below the Market Price, by C. VANAUSDAL & Co. Shoes Ladies' and Misses, Boys nd Mens', of every grade, from 25 cents up, for sale by C. VANAUSDAL & C i. Bonnets, Ribbons, Fringes, Laces, Flow ers, Montels, Crape Shawls, Pure Satins, Changable and Brocade Silk new and best styles, for sole very chfap by C. VANAUSDAL & Co. Prints, Challis Bareges, Lawns, Ginghams; Figured, Dotted and Plain Swis3j Dlack, Barred Lawns; Damask Window Draperies and Shades; Huff, Linens, and Muslins by C. VANAUSDAL & Co. KAA APIA of Wool wanted' OULfjUU" for which the highest price will be paid in Cash or Goods at the lowest cssh prices by . C. VANAUSDAL & Co. One Cent Reward. RAN AWAY from the subscriber living in Monroe Township Preble County Ohio, on the 25th day of June, 1855, JOHN KELLY, an indentured apprentice to the Forming Busi ness, by the aciing committee of the House of Refuge, Cincinnati, Ohio, said Keliy is about sixteen years of age, had on when he went away, blue cotton pants, blue vest and palm leaf hat. All persons are hereby notified not to trust or harbor him on my account as I will pay no debts of his contracting. The above reward will be given to any one return ing said boy lo my residence but no thanks. SAMUEL J. WEIIRLY. July 5, 1855. 3t. NEW IMTEiVr PUMP. fTIHE undersigned takes this method to inform i- the Water using public, that in a few days he wll receive from Seneca Falls, N. Y. a lot of Barker's Pateut Double Action Force and Lift Pumps, which for the benefit of his friends he would like, to sell. This Pump is per cctly sim ple in construction is cheap and will last along time being made of iron, and should, by nil means, be in possession of every family as a' safe guard in case of lire, from the fact that it will throw a constant stream of water to any part of a building. Personsdetirousof seeingthescpiinips operate, can do so bycalling at the Tin and Stove Store of W. P. McCABE. Eaton, May, 81, 1855, tf. POTTEKY ESTABLISHMENT. J. TI1E subscriber would respectfully inform the public that he is now manufacturing at bis shop a superior article of STONE AND EAETHENWAEE. consisting in part of Crocks, Pans. Stove Crocks, Stone Jugs, Pitchers and Bowls; all of which he will sell on reasonable terms, f-gf Shop loca ted at the old Potter stand JACOB KLI.N'GLE. Eatoa. June U, 1855. ly White Fish. I am now receiving a large and chsice assort ment of While Fish, which I will at the lowest rotes. Call and examine they are Fresh and good. R. S.CUNNINGIIAM. BAKERY.' We have in operation a Bakery, and bare in our employ one of tbe best ba ders in the West, we wil at all times keep a good supply of Freak Bread. Craokera and Cakes. Fauiliea supplied ou rasonab!e terms. . ' Lanina A Degrooi. $30,000 in Premiums. GRAND COMBINATION OF TWO STATES ! A Splendid Exhibition of Agri cultural and Mechanical Products f Ohio and Indiana, will be held at the State Line, on the ground of the old State l.iuo Convention, Wed nesday, Thursday, and Vriday, the 8d, 4th and 5th of October, 1855. A Magnificent Premium List, embracing fully Thirty Thousand Dollars will bo awarded, and competition open to tho whole Union. Ample enclosures and accommodation will be furnished and the whole arrangement will be got upon t scalcnf liberality and uuguiticcuce never before attempted. The whole matter to be under the control and direction of an experienced and entirely rcpnn sible committee who will spare no pains or ex pense to render everything satisfactory to all The awarding committee will h; selected on the ground on the first dav of the Fair, and a lareo amount of the premiums will be promptly paid in Gold! " The friends of progresFandentrrpnzethrough out the country are invited to give this laudable olfort tliei. countenance and aupjiort. Tickets, good during tho Fuir tL00 S;ngle Tickets 2j cts. Children, half price. All commmiicitions in regard to the above, to beaddressod to W. W. HKidlN'S, g"n'l. sup't., Richmond, Indiana. Juno 14, 1835. 3m. Notice in Attachment. W. C. Gould pllff. i vs. Ami. claimed gl2,32. J. C. Vaughn deft. IVTOTICE is herel-y given, that on the 24th 11 day of May A. L. 1855, at my instance, an order of Attachment was issued by R. G. D. McKemy, a Justice of the Pence, within and for the Township of Washington, County of Preble'aud State of Ol.io, against the Goods, and chatties, lights, monies, crediis, and ef ects of J. C. Vaughn, a non resident Debtor, for the sum of 812,32. The said defenilnn'. 13 further nolified that said cause has been continued until the 10th day of July 18 j6, nt 8 o'clock A. M. and that unless he comes for ward and pays the claim of the plaintiff, that Ihese proceedings will be prosecuted accord ng to the Statute made and provided. May 3Ut 1855. W. C. GOULD. HO! FOR THE NEW GOODS. BRASIER &. CAMPHELL hove just receiv ed their first arrival ol Spring; and summer Cioods, and will continue to receive and open during the coming Season a lull and compli te assortment of IJry uoodl (ucvns ware, and every other article in their line, uhicli they will tell, in order to make quick returns at 15 per cent lower than ever. Cull mid examine their nice new Stock and i learn their prices, and then if vou are not sal is Red, you nreat liberty to do better if you can. They propose to exchange poods at their CASH PKICF.S, for all kinds of COLNTHY PHODUCIC, Lard.Uutter, Egs, Dried Apples, and any thing else you have bring it along. N. 13 They wish to buy a large amount of wool for which they will pay the highest price. Remember the place, MARSH ctLOCJi WOODS i.non IIrick Bi.ti.d tno nearly opposite the Court House, No. 8, Main slrext, Bnion O. They respectfully invite nil togive them a call, os they will spare no pains in showing their goods, and will use every exertion to please their numerous customers. ISAAC HRASIF.R, WARREN M. CAMPBELL. Eaton, April 6, 1855. If. MANTILLAS, a. SUMMER. T Ystock of JUiulillaH is now complete, com- lll prising tho newest and most fashionable designs of , Moire Antique, Silks, Chantilla Lace and Applica Work. The styles for Spring and Summer are chaste and elegant, far surpassing in beauty tho de signs of last year ami admirably adujteU to our climate. PATTERNS For Mantillas, Ladies' Waists and 81eevcs, do Basks Morning Gowns. Also, Patterns for Boys' and Missea suits can be found at either of mf es tablishments, of every desirable stvles. EO. LEWIS, Manufacturer and Exclusive Tealerin Mantillas and Patterns' 711 Fourth street. 3 doors from Vino and FiSth street, corner of Lodge. Mav lo is.').".. tf. COLLECTION NOTICE. 1 'HE undersigned having some six months since retired from the mercantile and having still a large amount outstanding iu tho form of notes and book accounts, and be lieving that sudleient lenity has now been shown, would respectfully notify those indebted to them that immediate payment is now reipiired. uur DooKsauu notes are in the liandsof Wm. L. .Mitchell, who is our authorized nrre.it fm- the transaction of all business pertaining to the linn i,f l,.rjl. Hi r ,,..t-,.-,....i ..,i i. ,r- i . . . w.,, nn.. in,,, uu luii'Ki ai the oiliee of R. G. D. McKemy, Esq., Public oj l ire, r.iuou uuio. Please rome forward friends, and hv norm,),.. in with tho above request save us a disagreeable iiisn, .ilu yourselves aujitional cost and trouble. JOHN MARSH, N. K. LotJKWOOD. In my absence Esq. McKemv will attend to the above business. WiiiL. MITCHELL. May 24, 1953. tf. CAKPETS! CARPETS!! THE subscriber is now reccivingand opeuinga large assortment of English Tapestry Vel vet, Tapestrie Brussels, Brussels, Three-ply, In grains, and Vcnitian Carpeting. M&Wil'lLM tig JC Jj (DiErjOIPIIIp From twenty-seven inches to twenty-four feet wide. Also. Rugs, Druggets. Table and Piano Covers, Cui taiu Goods, SUir Rods, 4c., &c, at wholesale and retail, to which he would most re siieetfullyiuviteyour atteution before purchasing elsewhere. U. FALLS. .Vo. 71 Ea st Fourth st., bet. Maiu A Sycamore. Cinciuuuti, Ohio. Juno 14, 1855. -tf WE have for sale a line !ot of Lake Shad. Trout Bass. Pickerel and White fish, wUch we offer chean for oAah iw Mn. Erodnrc. Country Dealers wishing to buy can e supplied at Dayton prices. UUUU f, 1300. 11 El 111. 31 AH A BUS ' Boots A Shoes. CALF, Kip, Sloga and Congress Boots, Pat ent Leather and other Fancyshoes, Ladies' and Children's shoes of all styles at the New Store of 'STEPHEN' A; Co. PURE and No. I White Lead of the best brands' for sale b r i J. P. Brookins A Hon. at Mil 1 FOR GEMP (Dorncr Main GOODS GO TO ft & SBaroai st. Eaton, Ohio. HOW IT WORKS! Trouble in the Pain Killer Camp. To the Public. ,tye em't six- wh v the proprietor of 1 em American j&Son "I'oin Killer" li.n become al Li-nud A short time since I commenced preparing and If ut up at the Drug Store of J.l Hniokins A.- ."'on. irugriiita Eaton illiio, diilereut articles of Med icines to oneof which I g:ivethe uuiiie"Aniericuu l'ttiu Killer," I recently wroleto a gentleman or two to become my ugeuts, they being dealers in Patent Med:ciues at ( iucinnati. whereupon 1 received a letter from J. X. Hni ris A: Co., Pro prietors or agents for Perry Davis & Son, charg ing me with infringing ou'thc rights of said Da vis k Sou by usinir the name. "American Pain Killer" for one of my medicines. It is known to the public that J. P. Itiookins A Son Eaton, Ohio have been and will toi.tinue to he my wholesale and rcf.il agents for nil my prepir,tt!ii, and Davis unless it is that ours is the best nn I surest remedy of the two for tho relief of nil kinds of uins. In the getling up and preparing my artiole of Med icine "American Pain Killer'' I was careful to make it a safe vegetable preparation, diifereut from that of Messrs. Perry Davis & Son niidone that is esteemed far superior in its good elk cts and a better article, which is knockingllieirs in to the shade. It appears whilst theirs is opera ting on tho effect, mine is removing the cause. 'flic medicine heretofore kuuwu bv the title "American Pain Killer," will hereafter he the s.inie preparation in all respects and he know n and distinguished from other medicine by the name of "J. M. (iriines' American Pain-Killing Liniment," which name I hold asmvtiade-mark, and I wish this change of name to 'be distinctly understood by the public, that thev may not be imposed upon and purchase Perry Davis 'i Son's "Pain Killer" thinking that they were getting James M. fJrimea' American Pain Killing Lini ment, which is much the best article for the cure of ever and ajjue, rheuruati slii tuMiitio n.iinj ncitrnls's, sick-ncad-ache, pains in the "back! pains m tlie stomach and bowels, 4c. &c. I hope the change of name to 'American Pain Killing Liniment," will not he considered nn in fringement on the right of Perry Davis A Son, or any othjr firm, we never intended tikinganvad vautage but now calculate that each preparation shall stand or fall by its own merits. Eaton, May 81. JAMES M. (HMMKS. WILLIAM I'OTlli.(jii;il A. CO. Camden, Ohio. ARE now receiving their new and splendid stock of SPRING AND SUMMER MtY GOODS which they are oll'ering at uuu ually low prices. Every variety of Goods that it is u'-ual to keep in a well appointed store, may be procured here. Beautiful brocade and pluiu'dress silks a large variety of Summer Silks, which arc verv cheifp. Plain mid figured Bare ges, Plain and figured silk Tissues of a superior quality. Fancy Lawns. Clmiubii and finev Ginghams. Book, Mull, Swiss and dotted Mus lins. Plain, striped and cross-birred Jncuonets. Silk Fringes and Luces. Swiss and Jacconett Edgings and Insertion. Pic Nie Mits. Kid and French Kid and silk gloves. Hose of all colors. Dress Trimming. of all varieties. Irish Linens. Bleached and brown domestiek, bed tickings, checks, and cotton yarns, all of which are mark ed down extremely low. Roots & Shoes, A large nud extensive assortment for Men Wo and children. The Boot and Shoe wearino- imh- lic need only call to bo suited iu quality styles uuu prices. Hats A Caps Millinery Coods, We invite the Ladies to call nnd see our Iirn-o and well selected stockof Millinery Goods, com prising all the new styles of Bonnets, silk, crape, spider web and cactus, nt all prices. A line as sortment of (lowers, ribbous, bonnet silks and satius of every variety. Clothing Clothing. OiirAssortmcnt of clothing is large and full, cm gracing every article in the clothing line, our coorlsj are tna.nulacturel under own superintend Once we cau therefore warrant any article well made. A large assortment of cloths, linens, far mer's satin, dratat it-s, ribbed, plain black, nnd tuey Cassi meres. We are prepared toniuke to forderany g.'.rmont at the shortcut notice. Car nets. All wool. of evcrv stvls a luge lot of domestic carpets, lloor and table oil cloths, &c , Ac. Hardware Department. This part of our store is full and well selected, consisting of lint, bar, dandv. tire, horse shoe. saddle-tree, band, round and square, All brands oi steel, brass and iron tapjied axles and maila ble castings. ajoouiiig and I'uuor stoves, of every pattern, improved cutting boxes and plows, anu every article usually touno in well regulated hardware store. Oneeaswarc, A large and varied assortment of plain nnd fan- cy stone, china, common stone, aud jiottcr ware. Groceries, For superiornualitvand low prices cannot be surpassed. Ail kinds of country produce taken incxchancc for goods. Call and sec us, we will atwuvs he found ready to show goods at tho old stand of Clinton Chad'vick, Camden Ohio, Wewishfoimrcha.se SiO.lKX) bushels of rorn, 20.00(1 pounds of woo), s uuu bushels of onts and all the llax-seed we can, for which tho highest price will he paid in c At ay 4 Hoi. E.III'OItlEiH B ot and Shoe Store. fl MIE UNDERSIGNED, has Tor J. months been engaged in man- ufactu ing Hoots and Shoes, with a view to opening a Boot and Shoe Store in Eaton, aud having completed a large amount of the same, has now the pleasure or announcing that he has opened, on Main Street, opposite the National Hotel; a complete assortment of all the various kinds, mostly of his own manufacture. His as sortment now on h mil and in progressof comple tion, are ; I'VIW KID TOl'. CALF. MOROCCO, And Patent Leather Waiters; Oxford Calf: Morocco and Patent Leather Ties; Calf. Patent Leather Monroes.and all other kinds too tedious to mention. All kinds of Gent' and Ladies' fancy Gaiters made to order, of the best material and workmanship. From tho. experi ence he has had in the business, he feels eniifj. dent his work will compare favfablv with am East or West. E. P. LOCK.WOOO. ' Eaton, April . 1SJ5. 42-tf. Situation Wanted. A gentlemau residing in the east, understand ing the Watch and Jewelry business, wishes u situation in the West, in an establishment of the kiud. Is a practical Watchmaker, and has been engaged in the business for years. pjf The best of References furnished asto qualihcntiouschar acter &c. For further information address, po t piad.W. C. GouLn, Editor ".Eaton Democrat," Enton Preble county, Ohio. March 1, 1855. frJT'S 'ntinel, Indianapolis: Sentinel, Milwau. kie; Pent, paper Chicago nnd Enquirer, Cincin cinnnti. insert to tho amount of 12 ench. nnd ueud papersand bills to this oiliee for piyment White Fish and Pickerel, TAN'lUS & DE iROOT, have just received Ja fine assortment of White Lake Fish and Piakerel which they are selling lo customers ery low rates. I j Cincinnati, Eaton & Richmond Rail Road Line. Summer A 1 1 1 1 1 1 r. i.t. Commencing on Monday June 18, 1855, between Eaton and Cincinnati and intermediate points. Leave Eaton 7,40 a m arrive at Cincinati 10 a m 11:10 ' " l;15pm, " " 7,10 p m " " ! :15 p m Leave Cincinati 6,;to a m arr. at Eaton, 7 4o m " " ii,3ilpm " 4.0" p ni " ' 5,1111pm " ' 7,10 pm Between Eaton and Richmond. Leave Eaton 7,40a m arriveot Richmond S ,20a m ' '-4,.'0pm " fi.jopm " " 7.10 p m " ' 7,10 p m s.3'-sm-- rsw-j.k- ml- Leavc Richmond 7,00a m arrive at Eaton7.40am " 10,:(O, a 111 " " 11:10 a. in. '' " 6o0 P m ., ' 7.10 p 111 The 7,40 am nndt.W pm Trains connect at Richmond for Iudialiapnlis and the west. The above Trains ai so connect for Niw Cas'lc, Hagi ritown, Ac. The 7,4o a m and 11.10 a m Trains conueet at Hamilton for Dayton and intermediate points. Alio, the 7,40 a in Train connects at Richmond ler Dayton, nnd intermediate points ou the Day ton and Western Rail road. The 7,40 a m Train from Eaton and the 2 8 1 p 111 Train from Cincinnati will stop at all regular stations nnd at the Valley House ou regular no. tice. Al) other Trains will stop at Regular Sta tionsonlv. D. M. MORROW. Superintendent. May 17. 1354. ('. J. II. MEKL'DITII. DENTAL SURGEON AND OPERATOR IN Mechanical Dentistry. "V TJi-LD respectfully inform both friends and N patrons that he may now be found on M;,in - '. '-Saw Street, one sipiare west of the Court fjt ifutiic, Eaton, Ohio. 0CXJJ Thankful for lb.. Mh..roi bestowed the last year, and evidences oi'atis'f ic- lion ren.lered, lie feels like renewing hi etlorts not only to please, but to surpass, if possible, his former operation in Artificial Work. Incorruptible Artificial Teeth inserted ineiit'irc or parts of settn. with (1 latum, so delicately tinted and blended astodufy detection trom the natural, excej.t by the closest Atmospheric Vressarc, Teeth always inserted on this principle wh.-n t he entire arch is required.and partial setts when tlie condition ot the mouth will admit of it. Tilliiig Teeth. Dr. M. would call attention to this very immr tnnt operation, by saying that if properly done feeth can be rendered useful for life. Extracting, Cleansing, and Regulating Chil dren Teeth, and general diseases of the mouth treated 111 a judicious msnncr. Oiliee and residenceon Main Strecf.oncsiuare west of the Court Uoniie, Eaton, Ohio. April 12, 1.;5. ,. BOOTS & SHOES. J. L. Ac C. H Lock wood, TAKE this means of informing their old friends anu tne people generally, that they are constai.tlv manufacturing, and have on hand, a laree and fashionable assort. ment of custom-made Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers, A:c., for Ladies, Gentlemen, .Misses and Child ren, manufactujed nceonlinir d, !., l ,,.,ot ..-t.. of jhebest material by exjKTienced workmen j which they will sell at the verv lowest rate ?jRemcniber tho nlace. Ua'ron Street, nenrlv npiHisite Vanausdal's. and a few door north o'f .Minor's corner. l-.alon, April 20, ISoS. rilE.11 1 1 . H I'L MIPS. A NDREW Sll EFEER, of Eaton, Ohio, thepat- iVentee nnd maniifantori.r ,r ,!,, which took the lirst premium at the Ohio S h:ii. ll. ,.,.. :.. l.i 1. . .. pumps, Mate ......... ..,,.., i-.n, ami uie nrst I'remimns nthe J'rcble county Fairs in ISM aud lS"it ) will warrant his work to be the verv best in the t nited State, being made of Seasoned Timber thev never split or crack, and will warrant them to throw more water, in the same length of time and with less labor than any other pump iu the world. ' I "Address all orders, which will be prompt ly ntteuded to, to Andrew & Daniel Shcil'er, Ea Jon Ohio. April 20, 1855. ' 8m, Register copy SKY-LICI1T Daguerreotype Pavilion. THE undersigned takes great pleasure in an. nouncingtothe Ladies and Gkntlkmi;n-of Eiton, and surruuudin? country, that he is now in town, and is prepared to furnish nil lovers of Nature's delicate peucilliugs, with a Correct Likeness of themselves or friends, bv calling at his room, and taking a seat under tlie mellow light, ns it flows from heaven's boundless arch, imparting to nature her true form. He is prepared to take Liknesses, of nil sizes, from the smallest Miniature to the half size form. Pictures taken in cloudy, fullv as well as in clear weather. Ladies and Gentlemen are invited to can ami examine Specimens and Stock. OtEce open irom 7 A. .11., to 0 . ,M. J. E. Hl'GGET, Dngucrrcotvpistl April 19, 1838 Sin. '.'hrsias k Se wtiaYcar's frcsents, AT i. .Tiinshall's New Book Store. I ST received ot the new Book Store n splen .J did lot of new, valuable and handsonu !,ooi,s ol vorions kinds for the Hobdays, which the attention of the public is called. lie has also a great variety of other RnoU sullen 10 the general wants of the public .in ui which win ne aiiuriled on terms as rea sonable ns any other establishment in the cniiiHry. E. MINSHALL. Enton, Jan. 5, I854.-tf, EXCHANGE BANK, Ar. E. Corner nf Maine ,T Third Streets. DAYTON, O. BUYond sell Exchangeand Coin; buyBills, Notes, Bonds, Mortgages, &c , and loan money at reasonable- rates. Pav interest on Deposits. HAUSHMAN & WINTERS. Oct. 6, 1853. I AN1US A DEUROOT have on hand a lot ofthe -l-bcst Cranberries lately seen in this market ll9alo at Cincinnati prices. PURE NATIVK WINE, prepared hv Dr. P. CnitME.and for sale at tho Drug-store of Ap 1 . J. P. Prookins A Son. ICE CltEABI, Ice Cold Lemonade, NATIVE WINE COBBLERS, to. SERVED up every day and evening at the lee Cream Saloon of A. A. AU1.L. Baton Street . 5I'Lr.DII TOW'S I'ltOPEHTY ' -'-"Ity THE sulnrribi i wishes to J'r se'l the Bonn- and Uituon i-iJJ?'( which he now resides , . &ii t I I f a .t.-d in tl.e most desirable -f J g g !-!,.. part of town, (on Somen "t-5yVg street, east of ikron.Jand w - w fitted up with every for. re. lienee. The Hnuse is eoinmiwlions and in gnjH emir, with a good Well. Cist era and Wood- iuuse convenient. There is a good atablc 111 on 'he lot, together with a choice variety of Graftid Fruit Trees, Currant Bushes, e. Tif" For further pirtirulars. crquire of tie mbseriber at his Grocery Store, on liarnntreet JOHX O. WILLIAMS. Eatun, April l!, 1 SJS tf, Ho for ' e Kcw Goodsl FIRST ARIfl.L FKO.M THE EAST!! STEPHENS &. CO., VI E now tew'n iug and opening tl.e largest slock of Goods 1 hey have ever offered in ibis market. From the experience we have had, we believe we have selected a H6ck of Gooes, which in quantity, qimlitv, style end price, will satisfy the wan's of this commu nity, and if they will call, we will tike much pleasure in showing them our goods, and telling our prices. Come One and All, and look befort you purchase elsewhere. JT Hemeinl.er Stephens & Co., Main S'.reet, Bnlon, opposite Nutiunal Hotel. THOMAS W. SFKAGUE Co. SEW YORK CLOTHIERS & TAILORS. Xo. 113 Main Street between 3d Si 4th streets Cincinnati, Ohio. CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE & RETAIL Furnishing Articles of every description, Terms Cash ! ! Liquors. VOKM'R ALnssortment ol'I.iipiorsof all kinds pure article, for sale at the wholesale ml retail fJroccrvof ma 30. R. S.CtWXI.VGHAM. I"1JISKS, Rakes. Spadesand Shovels of va-ious " kiudsou hand at the Grocery of ma 30. R.S.CCXNINGHAM. Eaton Dressing Kooih. Mum street , rfjein in -the Xutiovul llutc I IIOIJHUT :oigs, T'-'W holds himself iu readiness, for Earber- jil ing, Hair Dressing, Shumpnoing and every iiing that bclongy to his line of business. No I. ,i..,.l 1., ull nnrl l.u,,,. ailld Will UC IO J'l' " ", VII, .. ! Its all to call anil try lor themselves. ir VMS. Shoulders ,-i.d Side; fc.r SiuP t thu wholesale and ret ill Grocery of sa. R. S CC.V.VIXOIIAM. ORAXGES, Lemons, Xuts. Eruiis, ,tc, for sale chenpatthe wholesale and relailGioccry of mo 30. R. S Cuniiinphain. Ultll sA lii:KOOT, Wholesale and Itclnit Grocers. MAI ST BEET, EATON, O. RE now in receipt of, and will continue to receive large supplies of choice l'amilv Gro ceries, which thev otlcr to their liberal patrons on terms fully adequate to meet the wants of these trying times. Dec. Iil,isft4. A Fine lot of Coybe of the most choice kiuds. just received and for sale at the new firm of 1. .man ii Digroot. MOLASSES, al quality, now II kinds and the most superior ' in store and o.Tei-ed tothp nl,. hi me urorery 01 L.ainus 4 I'egroof. Queensware and Glassware, f MIINA, Slonennd Common ware, Glassware of nil kindss, Lockiiig elas..es of all sizes at the New Store of STEPHENS & Co. jrriviLLi.4iTis, Wholesale aud Retail Dealer in FRESH GROCERIES, Baron st., Eaton, O. Fresh Bread, and Cakes constantly on hand. T7HEAT, Rye. Corn. )atsTFbVxTeed."T'ota" V V toes, and all kiud.sof Produceboughtatthe wholesale and retail grocerv of .' ma- 8u. Vu, s, Cunningham BROOMS and Brushes nf all kiwis just receiv ed nud for sale by the wholesale or retail at the Grocery of R. S. Cunningham. Just Iteeeived A LA). GE and fresh supply of GROCERIES o nil kinds,which will be sold wholesale orro. ial nt the lowest rates, bv -March 30. R. S. CUNNINGHAM. Cider Mills. Wc have in store a few of Culp's Portable Cider Mills; a splendid mill for tlie fanning community For sale at the Preble count v Agricnltiira I Ware house of J. A.Hubbell&t'o. LYON'S CATIIAR ION. n mot stuViidiilnriirl.i for preserving nnd beautifying the hair. It i re rents its falling ofl" and turning grev, for sale nt the Drug-store of J. '. llrookin A Son. MRACKERf U sale by i. Cheese. Ac. .of the bestqnalitr,for niaSO R . CUNNINGHAM 1 0 (( BL'S1IELS OATS WANTED, for lv.vUU which the highes price in rash will be paid, by H. S. CUNNINGHAM. At ten I ion Soldiers! AMES A.G1L.M0RE will prosecute upon lib eral terms nil claims niinst the Generul .1 G vcrnineiit for Doiiniv Land or Pensions for Services rendered in the war of lbli or any other Havingengaged the assistance of Wm. H. Slil. ler Esq., an Attorney residing in Washington city (formerly of Hamilton Butler county Ohio,) he can give assurance that Claims entrusted to hini will recive prompt attention. Office of Wm. J. Gilmore, liaron St. Enton O. April 5. 1 Soo. 3m. Coach and Carriage Trimmings. We have n large stock of goods in the above line, to which we would call the particular at tention of carriage manufacturers Our prices will be found very low. J. A. Uubbell A Co. Just Iteeeived. BIRD Cages, Canary nnd Hemp Seed at thePrug Store of J. P. Brookins A Son. M ROUND A'.nmnnd Lake Salt bvtheBarrelor Sack, just received and for gale by ma 10. R. S. CUNNINGHAM. G rorenes.a choice stock now oil haut Tand for snlt- wholesale or retail. Send your orders to the Grocery of Wilson & Lam ps if you desire fresh, cheap and good articles pposite the Court. House, Main ft., Eaton, O. THOIUFSO A: HAItllls Atto.neys and Counsellors at Law, l TJILL practice in Preble audndjoiningcoun- ties. AH business entru.-led to their care will meet with prompt attention. Oflice on Bar ron Street, three doorsoorth of Vanausdal's store. Enton, Ohio. Feb. 8, 1855. . OHACCO. DinnfT and Cigars ol all kinds for I sale at the wholesale and retail Grocery of ma 30. R. S. Cunningham. Salt! Salt! Salt! TCST receiving a large lot ol Salt which r ,j will sell to my old friend at tbe lovust rntes. Call and nurchne. R. S. CUNNINGHAM. SUGARS. We have now on hand for disposal as fine variety of Sumim ..- ... where, and will sell as mint rmnnd. imh. ,sr-. tanins A Degronl.