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Kossuth on the War.
Mr. Bright, during a recent speech on the conduct of tho War, and the Expedition to the Crimea, 'quoted Iba following passage from speech made by Kossuth, at Glasgow, on tbo 6th of July, 1854 Just after it began to be rumored that an attempt was to be made to take 8bstopol "I don't think yon can take Sebaatopol by ea. . It ould coat sacrifice m utch you could neither afford nor lisk. Am! as to taking it by land, to take an entrenched camp, linked by terrible fortresses and an army for garrison in it bear, hear and new armies pouring: into your flank and rear and you in the plains of the Crimea! with almost no-cavalry to re sist them-hear, bear.J that is such anun deitaking to succeed'in which more force are necessary thsn England and France can ever unite in that quarter for such an aim. You will he beaten' t remrmher my word. Your braves will fsllin vsin'umler Russian bullets and Crimean air, as the Russians fell under Turkish bullets and Danubian fever. Nut one out of five of your brave, immolated in vain, ball see Albion or Gallia again. Hear bear." Hi. Bright added thati "If one of the old prophets had arisen in your midst, speaking under thedirect inspira tion of Heaven, he could not have more ex actly have pointed out the desperate expedi tion which you were about to undertake, or the frightful disasters which you were entail jur upon your country." Events have-certainly been verified, to a most remarkable degree, the accuracy of Kos eutb's predictions in regard to this expedition. The explanation is, doubtless, to be found in the fact that, in addition to a clear and unbi ased judgment Kossuth hsd a more thorough knowledge of the country to be invaded than ny otbel man in England. Incidents of the Louisville Riot. The Democrat ol the 9lb inst. has the fol lowing . . . .; ... A lifrman Protestant was shot on Tenth street, between Market and Jefferson, Monday last, while walking peaceably "along the street. This occurred before the firing ond shooting en Chape I,. Main and Market-streets. "On Monday night a party of two or three were busily engaged in hunting with the butts of their musket through a corn field near Am bruster's -brewery, in expectation of stum bling over .some unfortunate Germans who were said to have hidden themselves there. None were found however. This statement we have from a native, whose vc-rnciiy is un doubted.." -. Duqi,tio. The neighborhood where the fires anditiols of Muiiday occuried are being fast deserted, especially by fore gn burn citi cens. They are also' leaving other localities In considerable numbers. They are leaving the city in such conveyance as they can pro cure. The houses on Fifth, between Main and Water-streets, and on Water, from Fifth atreet to the head of the canal, we expect to ee entirely emptied before the week closes. "The only prospect before us now is, that the value of al the property in the city will be lessened at least twenty-five per cent. It Jias already fallen considerably. There is no one wUling to invest at any price at this time Desolation reigns where two days ago all was life." "Ahotk Cast We were yesterday in formed that an Irishman, wbpso name we bare forgotten, was chased on Monday from Main street across the creek, and, jumping over a fence, hid himself in a yard. II is pur auers .followed him, caught and bruised him dadly, and were then about to hang him; took him to the Preston-street bridge with tne in (enlion of drowning him, but changed their iurpose; held him suspended by the heels outsideofthe bridge over the water; then took him tpv'lhe water'a edge, and holding on to liim, pfirnged nim in o the creek aeveial times, bead firs. When at last rescued from the mob, he was well nigh dead, and appeared to be nothing but one mass ot dirt ana tilth The Mormons going it on their own Hook. The last news from the Mormon countr (Ulah)brings inleligencc of the open and un disguised defiance of the United Stales au thority by the Mormons. A correspondent writing from Omsh says: The news from Salt Lake is of a very inter eating character, aa there is every prospect ol a difficulty between the Mormons and the U. S. Government. They do not live under the stars and stripe; of the country, but have a flag of their own, representing bee-hive, and tmbelished wi'h rortraits of flrinuham Young, Joe Smith, and awverat other Mormon liiKiuuries. Tbey have every man drilled once a week who ia able to bear arms. They have n man iifactdry of their own, and manufacture Cult's oelebnied revolver, and every soldier has from one to three, and is'bodr.d to obey ling fcam Young implicitly in everything he says. lie has sent lioin one hundred to one nun lred and fiftv missionaries oulamong the Sioux and they are exerting all their influence to bring on hostilities between them and our guv nment. "The above is the opinion of the Indian itRi. - Mushrooms—Their Danger. How reprehensible to send or even permit Children to gather mushrooms', urowu per sons may be deceived, although an expert cwnotba. The indicia of I lie real chaining mtms -eie unmistakable, but children and ig norant persons may be Jjoied wjth several de acrlptionS ot fungi' nearly reaewbij them. These tewtemarks are elicited ty uie ranow stnsf melancholy paragraph: .lQn Saturday, the 28;h tUL tbree .lafl ontofttr. Aiecattder Tlolte, residing in the wieiMty of Candor, Washington .County, ra proceeded to the wood and gathered a large quantity of mushrooms, which they took home lot table use. The whole lamiry, seven n aumber, partook freely of the disti, and short t after exhibited the most adariog Symplons XbiM physicians were s lied in and pro nounced them pojsoued. The proper feme dies were speedily administered, but sll efforts to sive the boy who had gatnerea tne plan' nroved abortive. They died in great aeon: .horlly afterward, and were all buried in the same grave. They were ageu, respectively, ftu, six and four years." Henry Clay on Fusion. - Th following n extract from a speech delivered by Henry Clay, to the House of Rep tesentalive of Kentucky, November 19' 1830, nd now applicable to Know Notbingisrn "fiut if it (the Whig party) ia to be merged tSt eontemptibU AboUton party , and if Aboli tionism itttb engrafted upon the creed, from that moment I renounce the port ond tea bt whir. I to yet a step further. If I alive I will five mv bumbhs support to that ma for the Preaidency, who to whatever party nay belong, la not contaminated by fanaticism. rather than to one who, crying out all the time that be ia a whig maintains doctrine ut terly subserive of tt Constitution and Union." Times have changed! Soma time aro tbe Ohio Stal Journal, the nadin fusion or ran at Columbus, spoke "follows: iirh'iu would turn Somerset! with Abol .llion in one .band. Democracy in the other, and ...h.ih.l chameleon till in hi moutb. 1', until the tight wss over, and then adapt ,., prinoiale to pay UU" 'r vJL ii Journal hu this somerset per- formar, Cbe, at" the' headofiu column il - i 3verBO, .;yeiuyrpesie vionjgo hu.. The Know Nothing Atrocities at Louisville— Inhuman Barbarities. The accounts nf the terrible atrocities per petrated by the Know-Nothing mob at Louis ville almost exceed belief. Their inhuman and savage barbarity would be a disgrace wrbar ty wouldbea d sg.ace to Cannibal Islands. Cruelty from tfnr tVfkiilfl rprnil Willi hnnnr the rejee or uanniuai isianus. uruei which, the savace would recoil with horror was exhibited in a Christian and civilited land. We give below a few of the incidents lnab irnusiircu, wuiun. win jusmjr ub mi ma- kin the above remarks. The Louisville Time oaytt "A woman who attempted to save her hus band was pitched down stairs, breaking her neck and limbs, so that she died. Several men were also killed, the exact number we cannot learn. "The mob,, finding their game becoming scarce, set the torch to the houses; the women ficd; one tee heard of, who wu flying with a young mjanf in her arms, watjouowea oy a hard hearted, wi etch, who, CJmhig up. put the muxzle of the weapon to the child' head, fired and duthed in brain over it mother' arm! "Up to a late hour the horiron was illumi- noted with the flames of burning dwellings, in which manv a noor, honest working man, with his wife and dear little ones, perished in preference to coming out to meet ueain imm pistols and Bowie-knives in the hands of free men." The Louisuille Democrat says: Our visit was first to the Court-house, here we found the corpse of Frances Qiiinii, ho had been shot, and then burnt in .ne of is own houses. He was a mnn who for tweu five yesrs had been a resident of Louisville; ho bad labored for her welfare and prosper- who had done more to build up the low- end of the city than any other man ; who was a quiet, inoffensive old man, known only be loved and respected. But he wts guilty two unpardonable crimes : he was born in reland and was a Catholic yes three crimes his brother w. s s vrieet. "At the Court-house were also the burnt nd charred remains of a man ond woman locked in each other's arms, her head thrown between his breast and arms, as if to protect her face from the devouring flames. No doubt both had been shot or slobbed, so that they oould not get oi.t of the way. "Two sons ol .Mr. K. Long, who kept a leed stord on the corner of Main and Eleventh streets, were shot dead while running nftu their brother, who had been taken to jail "About the same time they made an attack on Mr. Armbruster's three-story brick brewery our men deliberately clambered upon a small building adjoining the brewery, and set it on lire. The flames comunicsted to the brewery, Inch was entirely destroyed, and walls of Inch are mostly down. The flames then spread to his dwelling, which was also con sumcu. "The brewery and machinery and the dwel ling-bouse cost him not less than $25,000. lie had some money in the house, which Mrs Ambruster was carrying out $500 in gold and Ivct 1500 in paper--when she was met by one of the mob, who knocked her down, pick ed up the money, and scattered some of it among the rabble. One or two men were re ported to have been in the cellar of the dwel ling-house, and are supposed to be burnt to deuth. In the brewery there were as many as six to eight, who are most likely burnt to death. Our informant said he could not im agine how any persons in the brewery could aet out without being shot, fur Jefferson- street and Bsrdslown-street, and Green-street were lilled with the mob, who were realty to knock down and drag out. The fire-bells rang, but no companies moved until the report got uot that A. S. White A; Co.'s pork-house w iu danger. Im en when the engines arnveed othing was done until the citizens and the persons about the pork-house took hold of the engines "Mr. Joseph Allison, said to be an Irish Pro- testa nt, hut whose politics were n t known, was shot and ki led. He and his wife had hid themselves under a box, but were dragged out. Nkuramju. This formidable disease, which seems to baffle the skill of physicians, yieldi ke maeic to Carter s Spanish mixture. Mr. r . Hoyden, formerly of the Astor House, New York, and late proprietor of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, V a., is one of tin; hundreds who have been cured of severe Neuralgia, by arter s Spanish Mixture. Since his cute, he has recommended it to umbers of others, who were suffering with nearly every form of disease, with the most wonderful succees. He says it is the most extraordinary medi cine he has ever used, and the best blood pu- i fie r ever known. See advertisenlent.. Au.g 9, 1855. 4. ttj'Among diseases, dyspepsia and livercom plaint rank as most dimcult to cure. e are pleased to have it in our power to point out remedy which has nroved effectual iu many cases, and which we can safely recommend a certain nud infallible cure ; it has been .the means of rescuing thousands from an untimely tl. .1 If l- f grave. menu uic uouiiunu a uenuau Hitters, ureparcd by Dr. CM. Jackson, at the German Medicine store, 120 Arch Street Phil- adelphia. See advertisement. Aug. 9,. 1855. Zw. Goon Rkmkov. There is no medicine in the world thai has civen such truly astonishing proof of its efficacy as Dr. S. A. Weavers Canker and Salt Rheum Syrup, iu curing hu mors and restorim; health and slrenglh. cases of Sail Rheum and Erysipelas, this wed- icmeacts in the moil agreeahle, and at tbe same time most effectual maimer, and uevr fails of effecting C'es. Aug. y, 1855. V!W. CINCINNATI AND EATON MARKET. Corrected weekly by R.S. Cunningham, wholesak ana retail urocer, jhuiusi., r.utuu. to he CI.VC1NNATI. BATON. Uskswax, i23 : liKSSWix, 2offi25 IIUTTKH, u';i3 CUKRSK. i- a ItUfTSK, 12(,15 Custsii, lii'il 5 ICorrKS, lHf(S14 Corrsu, U5il2)i I'UIKO APPLRS, tl-'O IIuikdAfples, 1:50 I'tACHEi, 2:50(A2:75 Featukus, tMdiS Featueiis, KlouR, 7:25 WuaAT, l:10ls20 r louh, Wheat, :00 1 25 6065 2530 100 1:00 2:50 COBM, 72(7a 43(650 75:83 90:'J5 $2:502:0O 10 (4:00(4:50 t7-00((J8:00 COUN, Oats. Mats, Harlet, 3ARLir, Rva, Beans, Duos. Hons, Cattl, Sheep, Kvb, Deans, Hogs, Hons, 810 .S:7504:OO $'!:0i(8S:00 12:00(3.8:00 Cattle , $3:5U($5'00 Sheep. Hi", . lotfSlnk'HAiis, Sides, ' Shoulders. tjjgillf Swes, 4(?5!SuOUtDER, 7fS La, 8M&D10 Cloveb, $5'005:50 TiMOTnr $1:50(?0:00 Lard, Clover. $4.75(SR:OC Timothy, 13-00(32:60 Flax. 1:25 ?.AX, l:5l:0 Potatoes, 0 PoTAioia, I530 Sugar, W&Vi SOOAB, 8 of bis for DAY k MATLACK. CINCINNATI, Hae removed to tbeir New Store Rooms, Ho. 89 Pearl St., bet. Tine & Baea, are jtrninr urgi , . . . L Fall and Winter Dry Goods, to whleh they invite tbe attention of tbe trade. August 16, 1865. tf. White Fish and Pickerel, T ANIUS at DICK have ust received I jfine assortment of White Lake Fish st Vrjf low rate, DR. WEAVER'S Canker and Salt Bheum Syrup and Create. IT Id AN INDISPUTABLE FACT THAT THE above medicines are the onlv infallible rome- ,1 i . niwr I. - 1. 1 : - I .... ... ........ ,ionai rhe ory'sipelas, sore leg, ulcer. d fever wres, eculAeVd, iarbutio eruptions, v.. . ' c, ac. Case thai the most eminent physician have despaired of releiving, immediately yielded to men- uuiwiiti powers, auu wueu used in accuru' anco with the printed directions, which accom pauy each bottle, the syrup and create combined eradicates any of the above named diseases, and leaves the surtercr without a blemish. The Dicd- icincsare toowell kiiowntorequireanythingniore thouaplainstalcmnnt of fnctg The joyful intel ligence is reaching us daily from east, west, nurth and south, of the wonderful cures that the; tr. ccrformiiur. Sco what is said bv those who hava used these medicines: The Kcv. Samuel lleury, of Palmor. mass., suys -iuey nave uune me moregooa man all the other mediciuai I huve ever used for ery- sipeias. .A"!1'" .! tlam, . i;7L 3 am Vail, of the Ste-imer Granite hava cmed mv little daughter of salt rile nm and scald bead of six yearn' staud- uig. r?ne wtii luernuy covered wuu sores, is uow perfectly cured by the syrup of creato." Dr. A. j. joonsou, or Aortn arusuoro, t., says "a scrofulous disease of the hip joint, and scald head in the same child bare bceu cured by the syrup tud create." Rev. August Hulls says "it has cured the salt rheum in my leg. J. Ilatlielu 1-r.uer, hsu.. honor ol tne somer- sctt Whig, honierville, N. J., says "my mother has been comuletely cured of a severe case of Tet- .... ..f I...... u.u.wl;n h.i hn.l ri..tli.rt til.. .L-,I1 nf ,7ilr,:-inJ ?! iion. jotJ Loomis. of East Lyme. Conn., govs -'I was completely cured of erysepclas iu my lee. af- tcr a council of the bi nt physiciaus in the cmiuty had pronouueed the disease incurable, (ntniy age) wuicu was scveuiy eigoi years, uui neavei a sviuiinnu .rvuiu UIU IUC ..VIA a. UM... 'i.'i.. r -.1 1.' I f. V Clias Xjlllliaill, r.st, ui wi ii-ui, lamun, i. . Y-, says "I hardly know how to express my grat itude to vou and vour medicines. 1 have been af- tlictcd fur mure than thirty years with salt rheum iu its worst form. I tried to lind relief from vari ous medicines- I tried several physicians iu New York, llrooklvn and Greenport. 1 have di eted and takeu medicine enough to llo.it a pretty large boat, but they did me no pood. I have ta keu your medicines one year, aud am uowuble to woik and sleep without an ache or a pain, and my neighbors say I am the sprightest man on the Isluud." The Kcv. J. S. Swan of New London, savs "1 have used the syrup and create in my family for more tlinii a vear. and Itliinkitcomtiletelvadapt- ed to sustain the high reputation that is claimed lor it. I nave seen it used in a number oi cases for salt rheum aud erysipelas, with entire suc cess. Ask Seth Prisbery of Taunton, Mass., what these medicines will do. Ask William Harbor, of Three Mile Hay, Jelf County, New York, what the svrup has done tor him. Ask U. r. YV. 11. liovn'tou. of 1'erkiusville. Yt. Ask F. L. Kent, uf Chicago III. Ask Martha Cottle, of Martha's Vincvard, Mass. Ask William r. iveauies; or William P. lieniamiu, Esqrs.. of New Loudon Ask Dr. M. Murilock: ofl'ulaski, N. Y., who was cured of scrofula, after loosing his leg by the disease, and sutlerinor for years, hasbeen perfect ly cured by the use of tho syrupand create. Ask Curtis Uurruugh, of Shelby, N. V., who has been cured of a severe case uf salt rheum. Ask Clias. Akin, of Hume, N. Y., what tho svrup and create will do for soro legs. Ask Winsfow and Slaftcr. Merchants, Virgil, 3. ., wnat it win ao lor le ver sores, in a worn, asK everyoouy wno nas ever used these wonderful medicines, and the answer will be tbo same. Thkv Cuni. Manufactured by o. A weaver & Co., Solo I'ro- prietors, New lioudun, Ct., nud for salo every- where. J. Jf. Harris A Co., No. 7, Collceo Building, Cincinnati. General Agents for the Western State icfieVi Npw Pnri ohto. V o.ii ,,mi.'.1., n J. P. Ilrookius A Sun Eaton. O. August 9, 185a. Probate Notice. A CCOUXTS current and vouchers have been A filed in tho Probate Court Of Preble county, Ohio, for settlement ou tho 5th day of September, 1S55 by the Lxecutorsoi John llerron, deceased. Mary Chapman, " Christian Sherer " By tbo Administrators of Elizabeth Singer, deceased. Uryan Parish, " Joseph Early, " lleury Lcsh. " A brain Hunt, " William Pnrkor, " Jacob Sheets. " Francis 11. Uovel, " And by the Guardians of Sarah J. & Maria K. Shields, Samuel MeWhinney's heirs. Margaret lliinnuck. John Tavlor's heirs. l'hilipCloininger's heirs. J'oseph G. McNutt Franeis 11. Revel's heir. JOHN V. C.VMPUELL, Probate Judge. Aug. It), lsoj. tit. . . In j a and Ilenrv Shidelcr, Adm'r. of Preble Com mon Pleas, Iu Attach-! meiit. Fred'k. 11. Leathcrs,dec d. pit II. against Moses Moore, defendant. UK defendant -Moses Moore is hereby notified I ., jf .', ,Y. nt nn thn .ith dav uf Ansrust 185. Henry Shideler Administrator of Frederick H. Leathers deceased, Plaiutitl', tiled in the Court uf Common I'leasof I'reble countyuino.ins iieiiiiou.wucreiu he asksjudgmeiit against Moses Moore, defend ant, for money "d property had ana rcceiveu bvthe defendaut, from the plaiutitl', intestate ahiountiugtothe sum of $'.181,45, with interest rrinil .MfiV 1S.')3. upon wuicu u has been issued to appropriate tho property, rights, credits, stocks, moneys and ctlccts, at tne defendant m m j . .1.:.., Tl,rfrf.rn(laiil isiuriuer noiineu iu nn. near and answer orotherwise defend against said " . . .1... i.f tft,.tKa uelition on or Deiore uio ui v...., r . . .J ..,l... n.mur n.ilii. IS55. otherwise iiipgmeui uu ""n r-i will be taken afrainst him at the nextierm tucrc- after uf said court. atty's. for pI't'tT. Altest. L. B. Oonsx, Clerk. Aug. ltl, 1855 6w- W. J. CILMORK. A. UIJ-Hon. W. J. & J. A. GILITIOHE, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law AND Krf Ollicc on Baron Street, 8 doors south Beiri t T Printing oflicc, baton, O.Jti aug 2. DISSOLUTION. TI1K Co-partnership heretofore existins; between tho undersigned has been dissolved by mutual consent. All personsindebted to tho late tirmarc rt'fluestcd to call and make immediate settlement The books will bo fouud at tho house of tbo late firm. A. U. UbUKUUi, Eaton, August 9, 1355. flendcr Look nt This! TRAS1ER & CAMPBELL take this method D of informing the goods buying public they will sell from now till time to make their Fall purchase of Goods, at a small advance first cost. Triose wisning to uuy tueapi better call soon. July 19, 1855. 4imi. Wanted, MAfV Arn Bushels Flax Seed for which f)UU,UUU the hiehest market price be Riven by J. P. BROOKINS 4. BOSS, Eaton July m, isao. T 1OBACCO, Snuff and Cigars of all kinds aale at the wholesale and retail urocery oi ma 80. R. n. Cunningham. iorsi7 of 8TATE LIIE II M I II 1 11 $30,000 in Premiums. G1IAND COMBINATION OF TWO STATES ! A Splendid Exhibition of Agri cultural and Mechanica .r'milurtj of Ohio and Indiana, will be held at the Ktnto Line, on the ground of tho old State Line Convention, Wed nesday, Thunday. and Friday, tho ad. 4th and 5th of October, 1x55. A Mnuuiticcnt Premium List, embracing fully Thirty Thousand Hollars will be awarded, and cnmietition open to tho whole Union. Ample enclosures and accommodations will be furnished and the wholo ari-anfrement will be got up on a scnle of liberality aud uiaguilicuucc never before attempted. The whole matter to be under the control and direction of an experienced nud entirely repnn nible committee who will spare no pains or ex pense to reuuer everyrning leitisuotory to all. The awardingcoiuniittees will be selected on the ground on tbe first day of the Fair, and a large amount of the premiums will be promptly paid in American Gold! The friends of projrress ond enterpriie through out the oouutry are invited to give this laudable oil or t thei. countenance and support. Tickets, good during tue iair 11.00 Single Tickets 25 cts. Children, half price. All comimiuicutions in regnrd to the above, to be addressed to w. w. llllilil.NS, gcn'l. anp't., Richmond, Indiuua. Juno 14, 1855. 3m. DRUGS, MEDICINES, DYE STUFFS, SLG. j. r. BitooitiJis a, soy Baron St., Eaton, O., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in American, English, French and lierman Urugs, Hlodicincs, Clicinicais, Faints, Oils, Brushes, Olnss, iitty, I'crluiiiory, l'utcut Mcdiviiivs Ac. WE beg leave to call the attention of the public to our well selected stock which we offer on the most favorable terms. Having the advantage of many years practical experi ence in the business, they with confidence, defy competition, both in regord to quality and price of their articles. Particular attention paid to Physicians pro scriptions. Eaton, July 2G, 1855. Sew and Clietip Goods. VVERY FULL nnd complete assortment of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, pur chased this Spring in New York mid Philadel phia, exclusively for cash, and will be Fold as they have been purchase!, bulow the Market Price, by C. VAN A USUAL &l Co. OhOCS Ladies' nnd Misses', Boys ond O Mc ens', of every gride, from 2o cents up, fursaleby. C. VANAUSDAL & U'. B onncts, Ribbons, Fringes, Laces, Flow- Changable nnd Brocade Silk new and best styles, for sale very cheap by U. valn atauAL or, jO. HOWAUD ASSOCIATION, I?IMJrCiAIe)lti3?JILf,aa Importaut Auuouuccuicutl ! rVO nil persons afflicted with Sexual diseases, Jsuch as SeminrI Weakness, Impotence, Gonnorhuia, Gleet, arc, ..yc. The Howard Association of Philadelphia, in view of the awful destruction of human life and health, caused by Sexual diseases, and theueceptions which are practiced upon the unfortunate vic tims of such diseasts by quacks, have directed their Consulting Surgeon, as n charitable act worthy of their name, to give medical advice gratis, lo all persons thus afflicted, (Mule or Female,) who apply by letter, with a descrip tion of their condition, (age, occupation, hab its of life, If-.,) and in cases of extreme pov erty and suffering to furnish medicine free of charge. The Howard Association is a benevolent institution, established hyspecial endowment, lor the relief of the sick nnd distressed, af flicted with "Viiulent and Epidemic Diseas es," and its runps con be used for no other purpose. It hos now a surplus of means, which the Directors have voted to advertise the above notice. It is needless to add thai the Association commands the highest Medi cal skill of the oge, and will furnish the most aiinrovad modern treatment. Valuable advice also given to sick and nervous females, af flicted with Abdomnal Weakness, Womb Complaint, Costiveness, Leucorrhosa, fcc. Address (nost paid,) Dr. George R. Cai.iioi-n Consulting Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. KZKA D. IIEARTWELL, Pres't. George Fairciiild, Secretary. July 12, 1855. lymP2. Siii-rifl's Sale. Tlmmaa C. McDill 1 Preble Common Picas, Xi 5th Plurious vendi exponas John llrennan. J To Nov. term A. D. 1855 ItV virtue of ft Sill I'luriousorderof sale, issued from the Court of Common Pleas, and to mu di- rcck'd. I will sell at public sale, at tho door the court house in fcaton, on rnturuay mc Bin dav of September, A. 1). 13"5, between tho hours of lo o'clock, A. i. auu 4 o ciock, r. m. vii sniu dav the following descrnieu premises, situate n.;. rniuitv of Preble ond Stnteof Ohio. Rounded and described as follows: Lot number six, as known and designated on too town piai oi town orcamdeu. Appnusi'd at ftoo.uu. Terms of sa.'u cash. luins s joa;f DEGR00Ti s,,criiri August 2, 1355. RAKEUY. We have In operation a Bakery, ...a in nor pmtilov one of tbo best ba- irl i the West, we wil at all times kecpajrood sooolv of Fresh llread. Crackers and takes,- r'aiiiiiiessuppneu ou teuuu.j --- . . ' 1 - 11 ... .n..nn.l.i. (iirmn. NOTICE on uuu To the Creditors of Squire L.Tay lor, jJcceaKca. A1 lha 27th dav of Julv. A. D. 1855, U ludV of the Probate Court of Preble couii iv. declared the Estate of Squire L. Taylor uVceased to be nrovably insolvent. Creditor; are therefore required lo present their cliimi acainst the Estate to fhe undersigned for allow once within six months from the above date lliey will not be entitled to payment. W. J. KELLY, Administrator of Squire L. Taylor, deo'd Aug. 2, 1855. 4t. will for Tron. Steel. Sprincff. Nails, Lock lLalches, llults. and Table Cutlery; Sadlery, Hardware, and Harness Mounting, f ly INelts 4c a lull assortment at C. VANAUSDAL & Cos' T ASKETS. Buckets. Tubs, Churns and J) artioleaof Cednrand Willow-Warenow sale at the Grocery of ma 10 R. 8. CUNNINGHAM FOE CHEAP mm Corner Main fi00DSl-60. TO & Baron t Eaton. Ohio. HAOTILLAS, SUMMER. MY stock of JMantillas is now eomplcto, eom urisine the newest and must fashionable designs of Irloire Antique, Silks, Chantilla Lace and Applica Work. The styles fur Surine and Snmmei are chaste and elegant, far surpassing in beauty tho de signs o last year, auu admirably adapted to our climate. PATTERNS For Mantillas, Ladies' Waists and Sleeves, du Uasks Morning Gowns, Also, Patterns for Boys' nud Misses suits cau be fouud at cither uf my es- taoiisumeuis, oi every oesirauie si vies. GEO. LEWIS, Manufacturer and Exclusive Dealer in Mantillas and Patterns' 7!t Fourth street. 8doors from Vine and ttij Fifth street, corner of Lodge. May 10 1S5.). tt. COLLECTION NOTICE rpiIE undersigned having some six months J. since retired from the mercantile business, nnd having still a large amount outstanding in the form of notes and book accounts, and be lieving that sufficient lenity has now been shown, would respectfully notify those indebted to them that immediate payment is now required. Our books and notes are iu the minds of Wit. L. Mitciikli., who is our authorized agent fur the transaction of all business pertaining to the firm uf Marsh dc Lockwoud, and may be tuund at the office of 11. O. 1). McKemy, Esq., Public Square, Eaton Ohio. Please come forward friends, and by comply in? with the above request save us adisngreeable task, and yourselves additional cost and trouble. JOIINMAKSH, N. K. LOCKWOOI). In mv absence Esq. McKcmy will attend to the above business. Wm. L, MITCHELL, Mavii4, 1855. tf. of in ('!) the or other for NEW PATENT PIMP. THE undersigned takes this method to inform the Water using public, that iu a few days he wll receive from heueca rails. N. l. a lot ol Barker's l'ateut Double Action Force nnd Lift Pumps, which for tho benefit uf bis frieuds he would like to sell. This Pump is per cctly sim ple in construction is cheap and will last along time being made ot iron, and snnuio, Dy all means, be in possession of every family as n safe iruard in case ol lire, irom tne tact tnat it will throw a constant stream of water to any part of a hnildinr.. Persons desi rous of seeing these nuinns operate, can uo so Dy caning at rnc imami.-tove Store or w. r. jicvaub. Eaton, May, 31, 1955, tf. Boots & Shoes. CALF, Kip, Stoga and Congress Boots, Pat ent Leather andther Fancy shoes, Ladies' and Children's shoes of all styles at the New Store of STEPHEN $ Co. EXCHANGE BANK, N. E. Corner of Maine fc Third Street. DAYTON, O. BUVand sellExchangenndCoin; buyBills, Notes, Bonds, Mortgages, etc , and loan money at reasonable rates. Pay interest on Deposits. IIARSHMAN & WINTERS. Oct. 6, 1853. HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PKEPERATIONB. BELUBOLU'S HIQULT COCENTttATBO COMPOL'JID FLUID EJTIUCT UUCP, For diseases of the bladder and kidneys, Se cret diseases, strictures, weakness aud all dis eases of the sexual organs, whether in male or female, irom whatever cause tncy may nave ong- uated.auu uo matter ot now longstanding. l,:f, hi once Heated in the .vstem wiii men, wncu once seated in tne itaun, m II Villi IUIU CUULIULtUll 1,1, 1,1, IB uiavL.rv,'. surelv go down from one generation to another, n nm, t li nr. uaucrnnuiiig ine cuiisiiiuuuu uuu auppiiiK i"e very vital fluids of life, do not trust yourself in the bauds of quacks, who start up every day iu a city like this, nud fill the papers with glaring falsehoods, two well calculated to deceive the young, aud those not acquainted withthcirtricks. Vou cannot be too careful in tho selection of a renedv in these cases. The Fluid Extract liucliu has been pronounced by eminent physicians the grentcst remedy ever known. It is a medicine perfectly pleasant in its tuste. and vcrv innocent iu its action, aud vet so thorough that it annihilates every particle of tne rauK and poinonnusvirus oi tuisureaaiiii uis eac : and unlike other remedies does not dry up the disease in the blood. Constitutional debility, brought on by self busc a most terrible disease, which has brought honsandsof the human race to untimely graves. thus blasting the brilliant hopes of parents, and blighting in tbe bud the glorious ambition ol manv a noble vouth, can be cured bv this inl'alli- Die remeuv. auu as a meuiciue wineu ihum. benefit every body, from tho simplv delicate to the confined aud despairing invalid, no equal to be fuund acting as a cure and preventive. Hcmbold's Highly Concentrated Compound Fluid Extract Sartaparilla, Fornurifvinethe blood, removing all diseases arising trom excessof Mercury, exposure and ira prudcuce in life, cLronic constitutional disease, arising from au impure state of the blood, and the only reliable and known remedy known for tho cure of scrotiila, salt rlieuin, scald head, ulcera tions of the throat and legs, pains and swellings of the bancs, tetter, pimples on tne tacc, and scaly eruptions of the skin. H'i,l.nHlinl iannn.n.i,B.Hlliail 1,v U,ntA lf fill, most distine-uished illivsicians in the country. and has approved more efficient in practice than anv preperation ot Sarsaparma yet ouereo to mc public, Several cases of secondary ay-phi I mercurial and scroiulous diseases navo entirely recovered in the incurable wards of Our public institutions which had for many years resisted every mode of treatment that could he devised These casesurnish striking cxamplesjof the sal utary effects of shis medicine in arresting some of tho mosr inveterate diseases after the glands were destroyed, and the boues already ntlectcd. Notice- Letters from responsible physicians and professors of several Medical Colleges, and certificates of cures from patients will be found aert'upanying ootn proportions. Prices', Eluid Extract of Bucbu, $1 per bottle or .ir hortlesfor to. Fluid Extract Sarsopanlla, $1 per bottle or bottles for to. . Prepared and som oy 11. r. nr.i,.-unji.i, f liemist, SOS Cbesnut street, near the Utrard Hoose, Philadelphia. To be had of J. P. Brooking A Son, Eaton, 0 and of Drugghrti and dealers everywhere. All letters directed to the Proprietor or Agen will receive immediate attention. July 26th 1855 Prints, Challis Bareges, Lawna, Ginghams; Figured. Dotted and Plain Swiss; Black, Barred Lawns; Damssk Window Draperies and Shades: Buff, Linens, and Muslins by C. VANAUSDAL fit. k Art AAA lbs. of Wool wanted' f)UU,J " for which the higheat will be paid in Cash or Goods at the lowest cash prices by C. VANAUSDAL Co, Cincinnati, Eaton & Richmond Rail Road Line. Summer Arrangement. Commencing on Monday June 18, Ifi k,... rt- ..i nati and intermediate points. Leave Eaton 7,40 a m arrive at Cincinati 10 a m 11:10 " " l;15pm, 7.10 nm " UtIS nm Leave Cincinati 5,30 a m arr. at Eaton, 7,4o t m 2,30 pm " ' 4,50 pm 1 " 5,00pm " " 7,10 pin Between Eaton and Richmond. Leave Eaton 7,40a m arrivcat Richmond 8,2oa m 4,50 p m " 6,80 p ru 7.10 pm " 1 7,50 pn Leave Richmond 7,00 a m arrive at Eatou7,40am 10,8), am " " ii:io a. m. " " ti.aopni ., ' 7.10 pu The 7,40 am and 4,50 P ra Trains connect al Richmond fur Indiauapulis and the west. ine above 1 rains aisu couuect fur New Caatle. Ilagerstowu, Ac. 1 lie 7.40 a m and 11.10 a m Trains connect al Hamilton for Ilavtoii and intermediate points. aiio, tne 7,40 a m iraiu connects at Kicbmond tcr Dayton, and intermediate points on the Day ton and Western Kail road. The 7,40 a m Train from Eaton and the 2. SO n m Train from Cincinnati will stop at nil regular stations and at the Valley House on regular no tice. All other Trains will stop at Kcirular Sta tiong only. li. ,m. Muuuuvt, superintendent. May 17.1854. . all six Co. EMPOKIlitt Bt ot and Shoe Store. IHE UXDERSIGXED, has for . mouths been engaged in man ufactu. iaz L'cots and Shoes.witb a view to opening a Boot and Shoe Store in Eaton. and having completed a large amount of the same, has now the pleasure of announcing that he has opened, on Main Street, opposite the National Hotel; a complete assortment ul all the various kinds, mostly of his own manufacture. His as sortment now on hand and in progress of comple tion, are GENTS KID TOP. CALF. MOROCCO, Ana a-aicm acaiuer trailers; Oxford Calf; Morocco and Patent Leather Ties; Calf, Patent Leather Monroes, and all other kiuda too tedious to mention. All kinds of Gent' and Ladies' fancy Gaiters made to order, of the best material and workmanship. From the experi ence he has had in the business, he feels eonfi. dent his work will compare favfablr with any East or West. E. P. LOCKWOOO. Eaton, April 5. 1S55 42-tf. SPLENDID TOWN PROPERTY THE subscriber wishes to so' I the House and Lot upon which he now resi rtes sit uated in the most desirablo part of town, (on Somera) street, east of Huron,) and fitted up with cverv conve nience. The House is commodious and in good repair, with a good Well. Cistern and Wood House convenient. There is a good stable upon the lot, together with a choice variety of Grafted Fruit Trees, Currant liushes, Ac. t5T For further jiarticulars. enquire of the subscriber at his Grocery Store, on Damn Streca JOHN G. WILLIAMS. Eaton, April 19, 1855 tf, POTTERY ESTABLISHMENT. THE subscriber would respectfully inform the public that he is now manufacturing at his shop a superior article of STONE AND EAETHENWAEE. consisting in part of Crocks. Pans, Stove Crock. Stone Jugs, Pitchers and Howls: all of which He win sell on reasonable terms. trnop loco. . , ... . . t,riiit ut.iir.i.K: ... .. ... - . w u - - u Eaton, Juno 14, 1355. ly. White Fish. I am now receiving a large and chsice assort ment of White Pish, which I will at the lowest rates. Call and examine they are Fresh and good. K. S.CUNNINGHAM. " Pit EM 1 UM PUJTI PS. ANDREW SUEFFEK, of Eaton, Ohio, tbe pat entee nnd manufacturer of these pumps, which took the first premium at the Ohiu State Fair, at Davtou in 1354, and the fust Premiums at(the Preble county Fairs iu 1853 and 1854.) will warrant his work to be the very best in the t nited States, being made uf Seasoned Timber, they never split or crack, aud will warrant them to throw more watcrin the same length of time and with less labor than any other pump in the world. ti"Address all orders, which will be prompt ly attended to, to Andrew & Dauiel Sheffer, Ea jon Ohio. April 20, 1855. 8m. Itcgiktcrcopy CARPETS! CARPETS!! THE subscriber is now receivingand opening a, largo assortment of English Tapestry Vel vet, Tapestrie Brussels, Brussels, Tbrco-ply, In grains, and Vcnitian Carpeting. From tweuty-seven inches to twenty-four feet wiae. Also, uugs, iiruggets. moie aoa i iaun Covers, Curtain Goods, Stair Rods, Ac, Ac, at wholesale and retail, to which he would most re- iiectfullyiuviteyour atteution before purchastna; Isewhern. H. FALLS. No. 71 East Fourth at., bet. Main A Sycamore, Cincinnati, Ohio. June 14, 1855. -tf MusicViolins, Bows. Strings, 4Lc. Ac, for sale by C. VANAUSDAL & Co. PCItENATlVKWIXE. nronnred by Dr. P. Cruse, and for sale at the Hrug-store of Apl. J. V. lirookina A son. ICE CREAM, Ice Cold Lemonade. NATIVE WINE C0BBLM5, Ao. SF.PVED up every day and; evening at the Ice Cream Saloon of A." A. AULL. Baron Si ree Chrvjat & Ke wtmYtar'i Fresenti, AT E. minsnnll's New Book Store, JUST received at the new Book Store splen did lot of new, valuable and handsome Books of various kinds for tbe Holidays, to which the attention of the public is called. He bat also a great variety of other Book suited to the general wants of the public All ol which will be afforded on terms aa rea sonable as any other establishment in Ih country. E. M1NSI1ALL. Eaton, Jan; 5, 854.-If. SOAP and CANDLES a first rate article for aale by Lanina A Dick.