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Vandalism of the Mexican Mob.
WhetlUhe newaof Samta Arnu'e tbdiwWn reached the City of Mexioo furious mob of lite" populace made demoniiraiions- 01 uoiiiity against kiYtaeding partisans, and eommitlei! eioea woriy.ofGolh and Vandals. AM' ter writer, from Mexico thus describti it: "Tat preferred, therefore,1 another prder, tn repaif to Madanje Tosja'e residence, .'the motbai of Madame Santa Anna, and whose tnuni husband. Vulal. had recently T)een Min- Jeterfo the United Elsies, with an advance of 30,000 oo the minutentil service he was 1. . . .. .1 . ' fTf. m i A 1 1 1 1 r. iibII mntttnv like Christina, wkonad conferred the order of Charlea III on the 1etmr. fcuiperor,- waa know a to have pr;ieipied in her full share of Hiepnblie spoil her. pds,iliJ n gave claim to. Her residence therefore", waaOlie .first. marked 0Btb'e4rtxfblie plunder, a uieb the plnerad-wew rnaulveU, U cj m reclamation, foe 'citterns 'of taluables were soon made food tot'ttiWHti eueeU. From thence the movement was to the Minister of Foreign af fairs, (Bonilla.Xby the light ol Madame Tosta's sptendid sta;e coacii,.conver.eu mio a moving ' lantern wilh a blaze of lightwood in the inte rior. The work of desolation of the interior of the Minister's residence (the inmates hav ing prudcutly ; escaped) continued seme time from the immense quantities of public trpoil in deposit consuming rich furniture, a mosain table, vatned at5,000, a libr ry of fifteen thousand volumes, painting", costumes, etc. In the latter category, Was the purple garment mbroiOered in gold as one ol Hie U ran it cross- dames. The books, as they were thrown from .the windows, were cast into Madame Tosla's carriage, and the whole were soon converted into a .mole of Wack cinders." For the Eaton Democrat. OBITUARY. t)tED in Eaton, on ti e, 8 h or September. 1856, Mr. iiua B. ErruiY, aged 23 years, 9 njoBlhs and 28 days, lie embiaced religion in his fifleenth year aad joined Ihe M. E. Church at a campmeet iinr held at Duck creek camp ground near Cin cinnati.' He was educated nt the Wiitemburg Collere atSnrinefield, Ohio, and was engaged iu the mercantile business for a livelihood. Although a young man it my be saw, truly, that none was more eeneral y esteemed as a business man in the town of Eaton, where he lived and died and no one was more universal ly beloved, llis disease was consi-mption. Taouirh he lingered among us f r several verba Ins hone was filed in Heaven nud the race of God was his ci'iilini.ol an. I sure sup port. He approoched the cold wa ers of death with calmness and joy, commenuing mis auec f ionalA wife and infant daughter to God, soy inr "All is rinht" and assuring us that his niritual kv was "nerhelhi cleur." But he Im cone I In the early bloom of manhood and the beeinniut of his usefulness God hos taken him to his own abode and left us who re leas worthy, to prepare for our future be inn t iniitatintr his virtues. His funeral was very lurgely allended and wliinnuaaerviceswere had in i lie M. E. t hurch on Sabbath the 10th inst, by the writer. The OJ,l Fallows and Free Masons ntlended in mmirnin and repalin. and al the grove the so- Inmniiipn were closed bv the use ol the Odd Fellow's Irnpiessive burial service. The fol i.nvina nrenoihlaand resolutions were present 4 to Hie M. E. Sabbath school by J. B. Dray and unanimously passed. L. F. VAN CLEVE. Wnuiu. God ill his providence has taken f,.m nil, ni i.iat Rro. James Eniiley our late 'vorthy Secrt-tary. ' By tliisevent the church tleprived of an exemplary member, .the bab- . . : f..:ii.r..i nCC.i. At i..ih ..hnii ni an aciivn biiu iuiiiiiu, wuivv.. uiPietv of a useful ciliaen, his v;fe of an af fectionate husband, his child of the attention and protection of a kind tamer, a nis uispo..- .'.iio. f n,l fills us with sorrow, and yet we ' . ..... : ,.;.;.. hi will. iWHlinir ...iirMl llial WfllLHUUI oai to vuw ;i,ii & Ml out brother, i . Jinolvd, Tbat we Bympainizo u mi .i. .,! r, iiiiihi or our dercasen orouier "WW- " . - . their sad bereavement. Al iy uirir nun .r.r nlaced in HilrkWhO is thestendfast friend of the widow, and father of th fatherless, tbat when done wilh the scenes of life, they who are now aeperated may meei ogam in me ..l.na nf eternal inv. Rttontd, Teat we win evo mtnai "i nf out denarled brother, and endeavor . imiiai hia christian example, so that like t,in, are ma be euablen to welcome ucum the end of sorrows, and ihe passport to a bius t.nmnrlalltv. Kciuto a, marine ioreguiB .i,.i,nm ha nlaoed on the records of .i.i . mn t hrenr lurnisneu tne wmow. KHUVil '1 . ' . .. r be lurnisneu i w pf- J . B. DRAYER, Sup't. irrSom'e'of iDalriolicV - piou, Protestant ' Bardstowu have presented a cup to the patrioue, pioua, proteslaal editor or me JjHrn.il.' Let them also send biro rope with which a foreigner has been hung. stake at which a Catholic has been burned, torch wilh which a Cathedral has been fired, a knife wilh wbjeh a man has been slain, a club which has brained an infant, and a fl.igofour country which has been soaked by an , neri- can mob in trie oioou or naturaiisea cuiiens. He wrll tlien be fully armed and equipped for he haa with so Lou. Dem. t7"For Bronchitis, throat diseases, hacking cough and the effect of imprudent use of mer cury, no medicine has ever been discovered which has eOccled scuh cures as Carters Span ish mature. Throat diseases produced by salivation hacking cough, bronchial affections, liver dis ease, neuralgia and rheiiinuliMi), have all been rcleved and cured in a wonderful manner, by the trreat purifier of the blood. Carter's Spou- ili Mixture. The cose of T. H. Ramsay alone shouM sat isfy anv who doubt. Call on the agei t and procure a pamphlet containing cures which will astound you. See advertisement. Sep. 6, 1856. W, a rDi. llooflonds's German Bitters prepared hv Dr. C M. Jackson, are justly reckoned amnin our most valuable medicines. In cases the tone of the stomach, simulating the diges tive powers and giving ruddy health to ihe cheek and liriehtneis 10 tne eye. liiero eie thousands in this community who can testify to their virtues, and thousands will herealler add iheir testimony. See advertisement. Lamestablk OcciRRit.vcK, that so many will consent to suffer with Canker, Salt Kheum, Erysipelas, Scrofula, and other similar com Dlaiuts. when they can be cured so easily and so cheaply by Using a few bottles of Dr. S. A. Weavers Canker and bar. liiieum yrup, which is advertised in another column. Sept. 6, 1S55. 2w. CINCINNATI AND EATON MARKET. Corrected weeklv by K.S.Ciinningliain. wholesale auurctailurocer, .uainsi., baton. BATON. Beeswax, 20&25 UuTTKit, laftlo ClISESB, l-'fl5 COKFUB, llJM Dkibo Applies, 150 I'baches, (i-.oOdia-.OO CINCINNATI. Ubeswax, saril'28 liUTTBIl, iipns CllKKB, b'(,3M CotJ'KB, H5il;' UuibuApplbs, l:7j Hbacubs, 2:50(42:75 Fbatueus 82((4;38 Flouii, :0o(i:V Wubat, $l:10('Jil:lid ti'J'rJ'i.l 28 '430 85:57 (1:45(3.1: 10 $1:00(34:50 $7-00((8:00 3:005-00 lu104 5i'l (John, Oats, IIaulbt, Kve, Means, Koas. lions. . CattIb, Siisep, Sides, Siiouldebs, Lard, Cloveu, Timotuv 'lax, Potatoes Suoaii, 300((15:'i0 l:60a;o:00 (l:55(i$l:tiO 50 ;i7ji Fbatubiis, 1' LOUIl, Wheat, Corn, Oats, Dabley, ItVK, Deans, I'ioCiS, llocs, Cattle, Sheep. Hams, Sides, Shoulders, Laud, f'LOVKB. TlMOTlIV Flax, i'OTATOBS, SUC-AII, 87340 6:00 l uo 403 2uifi25 70 50 2:50 8(310 $3:754:(lO t i:00a,S:00 2:003:u0 10(811 oiaio WW 4.755:0C 2-0032:50 1:40 25.i?0 8a Eaton, Sept. 8, 1855. The Preble conntvBoard of Agriculture met at their o'l ce in Eaton and made the iohow- jng amendment to their premium list: 1 2d HORSES. Gelling for gemrnl purpooa. Best Gelding 4 years old and over, Best Gelding 3 years old 2d. 2d, Vest Gelding 1 year 1 2d "v.-v v....a - in u. so m. ZU. - above, 4,00 4.00 2,00 3,00 2,00 2,00 1,0. Ohio Farmer. Ohio Cultivator HOGS, of any brttil, Het boar 1 vear old and over, " sow 1 " " " " nui enw nf nnv nee and sucking niS not less than six, 3,00 2d. Best sow ol any age and sucKnig pigs, not less than six, nouaiion pigs, llesl hoar 6 mo. old $ under t yr. 2,00 j 5 a ' " " O. Farmer, best sow 6 mo. old and onier 1 yr. 2,00 2d. " do do do unio rarmer Best boar pig under 6 mo. old 0.1. 11 ,! do do O. Cull. Ilfist sow nie under six months 0. Farmer. 2d. " " uo uo O. Cult. Mi(, jlesex Mme as Snffulk same as above. The horses and cattle will ue called aTA oorrespondent of a Virginia paper states that. Mri. Eddins, living neor Mount Hope. Waa a few days since delivered of fires Chi j K.riK nn.l aim. Mrs. Sowers, on Kin Hawkahill. was deliverod ofice chil i,."1,"-- ,, dren at one birth, ana an living. th ripua for exhibitioneach class successive- iu 1,. ih nmnnpr ihpv are laid down in i).m;.,m itct All rh.it aro interested remember this. FELIX MARSH, President. G. W. GANS, Secretary. STCMPING THE STATE! vftTwiTiifiT A NFlT NO this fact. Stephens & Co nwi .f a ,, r, have brought marke th Iarest stock of Fall and VVinter DRY GOODS ever offered U the people of PreMe county. Their stock consists in part of French, EnelishTand American Cloths and fancy Cassimeres, overcoatings tweeds, j t i catuneus anu jeisiis, WOMES DRESS GOODS, " Fancr, plain and black silks and satins, French, English and American : ;'iio; fnr-v and black lustres: American and French plaids; laines 'elf new style-all Vool delaines; Debagees, from the highest domestic ot all prices, . v j ' j :nL rntl from ft rpnta to 121 uer vard: and a mousanu ana one uw - 1 1- . .... fact anything that ladies wear for dress, may be found at their establish ; meat. . Also a full assortment of , Hosiery and Gloves ! Men's silk and woolen under-shirts and drawers. A large and extensive lot of Boots, Show, Hats and Caps, Queensware, &c. &c, and in 'everything that can be found in a Dry Good Stores cart be had at our and we would invite the attention of our friends and others who want good and cheap Dry Goods give us a call. We arc determined i.'..lt .lin Tah no'ch nr nnnmved Credit. vN. B. All kinds of country producrj taken 111 exchange for goods. Eaton, September 13, 1955. STEPHENS & CO. Mm mm goods go to .iimI ;. : w--'. ., , 1 , Eaton, Ohio. .'!a 'bnei oe t 'I 1. ; .' ATTACHMENT. Hubbaad 4 Foos 3e James A. Uiluiurc, plaintiff ' against Michael Lamb, deft. Before Ephraim Mikescll, Jiutice pf the Peace of Washington township, Preble County.Ohio. JON the 4th day of September A. D. 1855 said Justice UsiuJ an order of attachment lu tiie above action for the mimof (17.00. XtliliUARD 4 FOOS 4 JAS. A. GILSIOUB Eaton, Sept. 15. 1'853. 3W. UNITED STATES HOTEL, Southwest Cor. of Sixth k n alnnt Sts. a aac nar ttzz jar nsw paw jm. rac J" EWIHG A; ARNOLD Pro 's. A. R. MORTON, ) Ajljilin(j. JRSSlt JOHNSON. $ " " Aug. 30, 1855. Im BAKER'S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HAT HOUSE, WALNUT STREET BELOW FOUKTH, C1XCIKNATI, OHIO. WE would invite Wholesale dealers to examine our stoek before purchasing. Everything is new nnd of the latest stvle aud colon and wo are bouni' to sell fresh goods at low prices, we have now the largest Hat House in the Uuion. Our stock is. second to none. If merchants will favor us with a call we will try to nuke it to their ad vantage to buv ofu.s. I. U. HAKKH, & Co, 144, Walnut street below Fourth. Aug. 80, 1S5; 4m. I DR. WEAVER'S Canker and Salt Shewn Syrap and Create T IS AN IXDlSl'UTAliLE FACT THAT THE above mediciues are the only iufulliblc rciue dim now before tho Dublic lor cutaneous crop' tiiiii4. unit rhpiitn. itrvsitula!i. ane Jeirs. ulcers. old fever sores, seuld head, scarbutic erujrtious, &c... Ac. rase thai the most eminent nhvsiciaos have despaired of releiviug, inimediately yielded to their curuiivc powers, nim wneu usen in uecui once with the printed directions which accom pany each bottle, the svrup and create combined eradicates any oftho alwive named diseases, and leaves the snli'ercr without a blemish. The med icines arc too well known toreqtiire aiiytliiiijriiiore thanaplaiustateuiiiut of facts The joyful intel ligence is reaching us duily from east, west, north and south, ol the wonderful cures that they are performing. Bee wuai is saiu ojr inuw nnu imi medicines: The Rev. Samuel Uenvy, of l'ahncr, Jl ass., says "they have done me mure good than all the other mediciuss I have ever uicd for ery sipelas." Cnpt. William Vail, of tho Steamer Orauitc State, aaya"thoy havo cured my little daughter ni' wilt rhentn and scald head ol six years' stauo- nff. Sho was litcrallv covered with sores, is now perfectly cured by the syrup ot creatu. . . , ... . ... tt'A ..l..l....n V, JJr.A. J. JOUUSUIl, OI urill liusu"i"i jvm n snmiu otis aisensc oi rue mo lumi, mi sc'ald head in tho same child have been cured by the syrup nd create." llev. Ausust Moils says --u uas curcu vun rheum iu my leg. J. Uotliuld Frazer. Esn-. Editor of the Somer sett Whip, Somervillc, N. J., says "my mother 1, niimli ti.lv cured of a severe case of Tet- ter of long stauiiing, mat oau ueueu mu iun the best plivsicians. inn ., i.itnrma.m r.nst iivme. . uiiii.. nut a was coinnletelv cured of ervsepelas in my IcR, af- . 1 . 'ni. I in tin. n,i,itr tcr-a council o'f the b -nt physicians iu the couuty nronounecd the disaase incurable,(atmyage) .. . im. ,,uvi into the will into Mo. De pee in tact es tablishment, ll'lliull WA al 4UVi ntv pnrlit veurs, svrup mid create did the worn at once. ' Elias Latham, Esq.., of Orient, Long Island, N Y , says "1 hardly know now to express my gmv-1 itude to you and vour medicines. I have been af llicted for more than thirty years with suit rheum in its worst form. 1 tried to find relief from van- ous medicines I tried several physicians Sew York, ltrooklyn and Ureenpart. 1 nave ui eted aud taken medicine enough to Uoat a pretty largo boat, but they did rac no good. I have your medicines one year, and am now able woik and slecpwithout an ache or a pain, and neighbors gay I am tho sprightebt man ou Wand." . T , Tho Rev. J. S. Swan of New London, mh have used the syrup and creato in my family more than a year, and I think it completely adapt, cd to sustain the high reputation thut is claimed for it I have seen it used in a number of cases lor salt rheum anu erysipems, mi" - cess. . . . . Ask Seth rrisbory or launion, Jia these medicines will do. Ask Willinm Harbor, of Three Mile Uav, Jell County, new the svrup has done for him. Ask (J. i. & W . llorntou, 01 rcrKiiisviuu. i. '",, , Ihicairo 111. Ask .Martha uottic, 01 m.. Viuevard. Mass. Ask William r. Keabics; William P. lieniannn, Ksqrs.. 01 -ew imuu Ask Dr. M. Murdock: of Pulaski, N. Y., who ured of scrofula, alter loosing nis leg ov liseasc, and suffering for years, hasbecn pcrfect- v cured bv the use ol tne syrupanu cream, 'iirtia lliirroiiL'h, of Shelby, X- Y-, who has . .. " K . ,. , ..I. f ured or a, severe case 01 sail riieom. n Akin, ofllume, X. V., what me syrup ana crcaie will do for soro lugs. Ask Winslow and .Slafter. Merchants, Virgil, N. Y., what it will do for ver sores, lu a worn, asu cvcrvuuuy ivii ever ueoi xneso wiiuerui uh;miv...., answer will be tho mnic. Tubv. Cuaa. Manufacturen bv B. A weaver w., prietors, Xew Loudon, Ct., and for salo every where. . . . ., ..:.j. J. S. Harris X t o., nn. 1, uueifo iumuiuK, rincinnati. neneral Agents tor iuu Hosicrn ritatcs. 8oMly,.t ...,. n,. JS. W. riicney, iiew runs, uuw. .1 l KrookinsA Son Eaton. O. August 'J, 1905. 1 Sale ol ttenl Estate ly order tne court. OV Saturday the tith day ot Octooer, luos, tho hours of Id o'clook A. M. o clocK I '. at. 01 saiu i'iy " i"1" " sold to tho highest bid'ler tne loiiowing iteai as the property of Squire L. Taylor, dee'd to wit Situate iu the couuty of Preble State of Ohio and detention as touows, to Being lot Xo. 93 as known and designated on ul.U of the town of Winchester, Preble Ohio, said premises to be sold subject to an unit v of seventeen dollars, to be paid annually Parihenn Tavlor, during her natural life, 'I'KUMS OP SALE One third cas one third in one year, and the residue in vear from the day of sale, with interest on pavmonts the same to bo secured by ou the premises Appraised subject to saidAuuuityaiv,ou. II iLLIA.11 tf. m.iji',, Adm'r. of Squire L. Taylor, W.J. k J. A. GiLMOkB, Ally's. Sept. 6. 1851,. DAY & SI AT LA C K, CINCINNATI, Have removed to their New Store Rooms, No. 89 Pearl St., bet. Vine k Baoe, and arelopentng a large etockof Fall aud Winter Dry Goods, to which they invite the attention of the August 16, 1855. tf. Reader Look at This! T)RASKR Jr. I AMPBELL take this D of informing the goods buying public they will sell from now till time to make Fall purchase of Goods, at a small advance first cost. Those wishing to buy Cheap, better call soon. July 19, 1855. . Wanted, Kf A fr Bushels Flax Seed for fjUW.UUU the highest market price be given by J. P. BHUOKlINaec Eaton July 2G, 1855. BASKETS, Buckets, Tuba, Churns and rticlea.of Cedar and Willow-Warenow aale at the Qroceryof mo, B.S.OUSjrpiCHUil STATE LINE $30,000 in Premiums. CMND COMBINATION OF TWO STATES! A Sulcitdid Exhibition of Agri cultural aud Mechiuiea Ji'mducu of Ohio and iudiau.i. will be held at tho Sttite Line, on the prouu.l of the old State Line t'omeutiou, If erf- day, Thursday, and iVidiiy, the oJ. -lib and oth ol October, 1 sr5. A M:iruiHcent rn-nmim Msr. cniuracins luny Thirty Thousaud Dollars will be awarded, and coll.Klitiou 0ll to the wholo Union. Aniile enclosures andaccoininodatious will be furnished and the whole arrangement will be got up on a scalcof liberality and magniheeuco never before attempted. i he whole matter to oe miner mo comrui uu direction of an experienced and entirely re-lioii. sible committee who will spare uo pains or ex pense to render everything satistuctiiry man. The awardingcoinmittces will he selected on the round on the first day of the Fair, and a large amount of the premiums will be promptly paid iu American tiolU! The friends of progress and cnterpriitethrough out the country are invited to give this laudable otl'nrt thei. countenance and support. Tickets, good during the Fair 11.00 iiinglc Tickets 20 cts. Children, half price. All communications in regard to the above, to be addressed to W . V. 11 H JUI XS, gon'l. sup't., Kichinoud, Indiana. June 14, 1855. Sm. DRUGS, MEDICINES, DYE STUFFS, fit,G. , P. JSItOOKINS A; SOS, Baron St., Eaton, O., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in American, English, French and berman Drugs, Uledicines, Chemicals, faints. Oil, lii-uslic. Olass, rutty, l'erriiinery, Patent Medicines Ac. T7E beg leave to call the attention of the public to our well selflCtcd stock winch we offer on the most favorable terms. Having ihe a.lvfliuniTH of m.inv vears mactical cxpen ,npp in iIih business, thev with confidence, defy competition, both in regard to quality and mice of their articles. Particular attention aid to Phyricians pro scriptions. Eaton, July 2G, 1855. SALE OF 'HEAL ESTATE by or der of the Court. ON Saturday the 22d day of .September 1S5J between the hours of lu o'clock A. M. and o'clock P. M. of said day, ou the premises will I i,) to tne highest bidder as the projierty of Ja had ch Karr dee d, the following Ileal Estate ntuatc . .. .....c ,. .1.1 .. - .l ..r fit.!.. ..ml in 1 he eoillll V in I reuiu nun .-.laiu ui "iii", described as follows, to wit: lleiug lots So s. 1) 7 8 'J HI 11 A 80 as known and designn '. ted ou the original pint of the town of Verona. said lots t be sold seperatety ami lieu auu cieai of any incumbrance whatever. ALriO the S. K. quarter of Sec. 1, Township RaiM'e 3 East, except so much thereof as is inelu dedUithe town lots aforesaid (but including So. 4 iu said town) to be sold subject to the annuity of U5ner annum in favor of Eliznbeth Karr, Sen. and also subject to tho dower estate of Elizabeth Karr, Jr., as assigned by order tho Probate Court of Preble county. The town luts are appraised free aud clear of all as follows : Lot So. 5 amiraised at uo,ou .. .. H ' ,, ., j .1 , g . 111 to my the , 1 1 Tor "' 11. , or was me .iinn been .Knu fe- ... " ol Be tween anil 14 r-s-tato , and wu : the County, an. to down, two de ferred mort gage the dee'd. it 10 11 2J 80 100,00 S5.U0 25,00 25,01) 25,00 8n,n0 9o0,o0 G.1,011 And the said quarter section of land, (including Lot Xo. 4) is appraised subject to said Dower tuto and annuity at f:ijou,oo. Terms of Sale One third down, one third in one year, and residue in two vears from the day of sale, iuterest on deferred payments, the same to be bv a-nplu jK-rsounlsecurity or mortgage the nreuiises at me opium m me uuniiisiiiur. 1 FRAXKLIX UOKbOX, Administrator of Karr, W. J. & J. A. Oilhoub, Atty's. Aug. 39, 1S55- Office of the Md., consolidated Lotteries Baltimore, Maryland, June 20lh, 1855. trade. method that their on had 410)1. which will SUN. CAirTIOV-LOTTEUY FRAUDS. The Commissioner of the Maryland State has deemed it his duty to 'caution the n.,-,iiwt tin. numerous swindlers who circu late by mail and otherwise, fradulent Lottery schemes, and pretend to be ttfrcnts for the sale tickets in lotteries which are -irony ntunuus. The only legal lotteries in Miiryiiuni are drawn dai'lv under the sitperintendanco of Cotnmissioiier elected by the people of the under the new Constitution to examine and the schemes and utteiid to the drawings. All the tickets iu these lotteries and all of packaicu ot tickets have the lithograph ed signature F. X. llrenui, (jeneral agent contractor. Ollice of the Maryland cousoli it.uvd Li.iteries. Baltimore Md. All orders ,v,.l.,i..,,i For full information ou tne suojoci 01 frauds, address F. X. Aug. 23, 1955. " llonrv Shideler, Adm'r. of 1 Preble Frcd'k. 1J. Leathers dee'd. plt'ff. ( mon Pleas, Ogallist I nimcu- Mo'cs Moore, defendant. J meut. riMIE defendant Moses Moore is hereby I that on the idh day of Angust 18,r,5 Shideler Adniiuistrator of Frederick 11. deceased, PlaiutiiT, liled in the Court of Co Plcasof Preble coiintyOhio.his petition, he asks judgment ag.iiust Moses Moore, for liwuev aud projierty had and hvtho defendant, from the plaiutiD', amounting (0 the sum of f:i.sl,4.'i, with from May Vi, 18'"'. upou which an attachment has been issued to appropriate the rights, credits, stocus, moneys ana eiiccis, defendant ill this State to the paymeut of claim. The defendant is further notified to and answer orotlierwise defend against petition on or beforo tho 2nth day of '. ... - ii..., iai. iiulirmpnt and othur nroncr will bJ taken og.iinst hiui at tho next term of said court. atty's. for Attest. r,. R. Ouncx, Clerk. Aug-16, 1855 6vr. other for W. J. GILMORE A. W. J. & JT A. OILHIORE, Attorneys and Counsellors at AND gsrip manias iruiBJiiiS.. rarOrlice on Uaron Street, 8 doors Register Printing office, Eaton, 0 .11 DISSOLUTION. THE Co-partnership heretofore existing .i, n,l,r.i fined has been dissolved by couscut. All porsousindebted to the late ...toft in full and inaka immediate The books will bo found at the house of the firm. . I.un.iiv' ur A. B. DEGUOOT, , Eaton, August 9, 1855. MANILLAS, SUMMER. T Y stock of Ajutillas is now complete, com- ill prising; the newest nud most fssliivuublo les'gLS of Moire Antique, Silks, Chantilla Lace and Applica Work. The styles for Spring and tnmmei aro chaste aud elegant, far surpassing in beauty the de signs o last year, aud admiruuiy aaoptea to our climate. PATTERW3 For Mantilla. Indies' Waists and Sleeves, do Hanks Morning downs. Also. Patterns for Boys' m l Misses suits cull be found at either ol luy vs- tKblishments, of ciery desirable styles. GEO. LEWIS, Mnniifr.cttirer and Exclusive Healer in Maulillas and Patterns' 711 Fourth street. 8dnorsfrom me ii ml i',4 Filth street, ci rncr of Lodge. May 10 1355. tf. COLLECTION NOTICE. r HE undersigned having some six months since retired from the mercantile business .ind having still a large amount outstanding iu t no toriu ot notes anil book accounts, and be. Moving that aiilllcicnt Itnitvbaa now been shown would respectfully notify those indebted to them that immediate iiayment is now required. Our books ami notes are in the hands of Wk fi. Mitchell, who is our authorized airent for th transaction of all busiucss erUining to the Ii rm ot Harsh & I.ocKwtoiI, and may bo touud at the uftice of It. U. 1). McKeuiy. t'so.. Public ftipinre, f.aton umo. I'lease come furward frienils, and brcomnlv ing with the above request save us a disagreeable task, and yourselves additional cost and troubl JOH. MAItMl, . It. 1.OCKW00D. In my absence Esq. McKemv will attend to the above business. Wis, I,. MI'ICIIULL, M:w2t, l(j55.-tf. NEW PATENT PUMP. milE undersigned takes this method to inform I-tho Water usinjr public, that in a few darshe wll receive Irom heiieca rails, Y. a lot ol Marker's l'ateut Double Action Force and Lift Pumps, which for the benelit of his friends he would like to sell, lhis 1'uinn 1.4 nerectlvsi pie in construction is cheap and will hist "a lone time being made of iron, and should, by all means, dc in possession oi every lamiiy as a sale euard iu case of fire, from the' fact that it will throw a constant stream of water to any nart of a building. Persons desironsof sceins these pumps operate, can uo so oycauiug at tne 1 111 aim Mo Store of W. P. McCAUE. E.iton, May, 31, 1355, tf. 4 b.1 EXCHANGE BANK, JV. E. Corner of Mime If Third Streett. DAYTON, 0. "DUYnnd sell Exchange and Coin; buy Bills U .Notes, lloiids, .Mortgages, &c , ami loa money at reasonauio rates. I'.iy interest on Deposits. HARSHMAN cc Wl.M'EKS. Oct. C, 1853. 5 7, lot lite ot said in cumbrance Ls the with se cured on HOWARD ASSOCIATION, E5J(3LC.AID225XiI?;iiJ.at, Important Aiinouuct'iuciit! ! fPO nil persons afflicted with Sexual diseases, 1 such as Semiiir-1 Weakness, Impotence, (Jniiiiorhoea, Gleet, 5rc, iVc. The Howard Association of Philadelphia, m view of the awful destruction of human life aim health, caused by Sexual diseases, an.l t lie deceptions which are practiced upon the untortunate vic tims of such diseases by quacks, have directed their Consulting Surgeon, as a charitable oci worthy of their name, to give medical advice jjratif, to all persons thus afflicted, (Male Female,) who apply by letter, with a desctip tion of their condition, (age, occupation, hab its of life, 4c. ,) and in cases of extreme pov erty and suQeringto furnish medicine free chnree. The Howard Association is a benevolent institution, established byspecial endowment, lor the relief of the sick and distressed, with "Viiuient and Epidemic Diseas es," and its runps can be u.eil for no other purpose. It has now a surplus ol means, which the Directors have voted to advertise the above notice. It is needless to add the Association commands the highest Medi cal skill of the age, and will furnish the most approvad modern treatment. Valuable odvice also given to sick and nervous females, with Abdomual Weakness, Womb Complaint, Costiveness, Leucorrhoea, kc. Address (post paid,) Dr. Gkoiujk It. Camioi-n, Consulting Surgeon, Howard Association, 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. EZRA D. HEART WELL, Pres't. Gkorc Fairciiilp, Secretary. July 12, 1853. Iyml2. NOTICE j S Lot teries pub u of muse the State, ap prove To the Creditors of Squire L.Tay lor, Deceased. ON the 27th day of July, A. D. 1855, Juo'ce of the Probate Court of Preble coun ty, declared the Estote of Squire L. Taylor deceased to be provablv insolvent. Creditors are therefore required to present their cl against tne Estate to the undersigned fut allow ance within six months from the above date they will not be entitled to payment. W. J. KELLY, Administrator of Squire L. Taylor, dee'd. Aug. 2, 1855. It. certif icates fm the are incsc Com- notified Henry Leathers union wherein defend ant, received intestate interest property. i me said ap peor said October, order there after pl't'fl". Roy Rutau ) Preblo Oiminon Pleas against i Petition for Divorce. Margaret J. E. Rut.m. J rpilE said defendant, Margaret J. E. Rutan, 1 hereby notified that on the 27th day of A. I). 1855, the said plaiutitf, Hoy ltutan. tiled ill tne court or common j-iens 01 1 County Ohio, his petition setting forth his with Iho said defendant, tlie length of they lived together as husband nud wife, birth of two children, the issue of said marriage nnd eharirillir tho defendant with Adultery one K.ibert iurner MeKew, and other persons the pl iiutiiV unknown, and asking for a decree ilinuve and the cuttodv of said childreu 011 grounds of such adultery, and the defendant further notified to appear before said court at November term thereof 18J5, and answer Or to said petition, otherwise a decree will entered in her absence in conformity with praver of said petition, IIUBUAUD A FOOS, Attest, L.ll. Ogdcu, cl'k. Atty's for plaintiff, bv II. F. Larsh, deputy. Aug. 30, 1S55. w- Pure Liqnors INSPECTED and Warranted and sold for Medicinal purposes by R. S. CUNNINGHAM. BAKERY. Wo have in operation a aud have in our employ one of the best in the West, wo wil at all times keepngood supply of Fresh llread. Crackers and Cakes. Fauiiiosuiiplied ou reasonable terms. Lanius A Dick. OILMOBI. Law of aug2. between mutual tlrmare settlement. late Roots Si Shoes, C1ALF, Kip, Stoga and Congress Boots, Leather and other FancyshoeS. and Children's shoes of all styles at Jh Store of STEPHENS New and Cheap Goods. t VCRV KITLL and comolete assortment i nf v.imi.n nnd Domestic Dry Goods, i...pft Oiia Snrine in New York and Philadel phia, exclusively for cash, and will be .hew have been nurchased, below the Piice, by C. VANAUSDAL 4 Shoei Ladies' and Misses', Boys Mens", of every grade, from 26 cents for sale by C. VANAUSDAL & Cincinnati Eaton & Richmond Rail Rend Line. Summer Arrangement. Commencing on Monday June 18, 1855, between Laton and Cincin nati and intermediate points. Leave Eaton 7,40 a m arrive at (.'iucinati 10 a in " ll:lu " " l;lpn, " 7.1u n m " ' 11:15 D u Leave C'iucinoii 6,80 a m nrr. at Euton, 7,40 a m ' s.aoprn ' 4,5Upui ' 8,00pm " ". 7,10 poi Between Eaton and Richmond. Leave Eaton 7, to a m arrive at Richmond 8.2oaui ' "4,Cupm " ' 6, GO par " 7. Jo p m 41 ' 7,50 p ta at R2-:''..r jam rwavu- Leave Richuioiid7Ma marilre at EatoD7,40aa ' lo,W, a ni " ll:10a.au. '' " O.sopni ., 7.10 pm The 7,40 a m oml 4,r.o iim Trains connect at nichmond fur Indianapolis and the wet- The above Trains oiso councct for New Castle. Hiigirstown, Ac. i he 7,40 a m ana Ji.io a ni Trams connect t Hamilton for DayUiu and iutcrnicdiatc points. Alio, tho 7,40 a in Train connects at Kichmond ter Dayton, and intermediate points on the Da) -ton aud Western Kail mad. The 7.40 a m Train from Eatnn arid the 2.Rd in Train from Cincinnati will stop at all regulor stations and at the Valley Rouse on regular ne ticc. All other Trains will stop at Regular Sta tionsonlv. 1). Jl. .MUKUinv, Superintendent. Mav 17.1854. K.IIl'OBIlIJl Bi ot and Shoe Store. 1- riIEC.VDEnSlG.VED.liaa for In months been engaged in man- ufactu ing Hoots and Shocs,with a view to opening a Boot nud Shoe Store in Eaton, and having completed a large amount of the same, has now the pleasure of announcing ttiat he haa opened, ou Main Street, opposite the National Uotel; a complete assortment ot all the various kinds, mostly of his own manufacture. Ilia as sortment now on hand and in progress of comple tion, arc (JEM'S KID TOP. CALF. MOROCCO, Ana raicm seuiiier iaucru Oxford Calf; Morocco and Patent Leather Ties: Calf. Patent Leather Jlouroeisaud all other kinds too tedious to mention. All kinds of Gent' and Ladies' fancy Gaiters made to order, of the best material nud workmanship. Kroni the experi ence lie has ted in the business, he feels confi dent his work will compare favfably with any East or West. K. P. LOCMVOO0. ' wiir,. iq.'i5. 42-tf. r v r or of af flicted af flicted No. SFJLKNDID TOWN PROPERTY Saia mmzm fTi THE subscriber wishes te ti" II .1... II - I ... m 1 1 1 iic ui.tiB, aim ui ujwi. which he now resides sit uated in the moot desirable part of town, (on Somer street, east of llaron,) and fitted uo with every conve nience. The House is- coiunmdious ond in good repair, with a good Well. Cistern and Wood ll.uittn pfrtivoiiint. There is a ctxid stable UDOB the lot, together with a ehoicc variety of Grafted Fruit Trees, Currant Utisiies, IX. J-55T For further particulars, enquire of the subscriber at his Uroccry Store, on 11a rcn Street JOHN G. WILLIAMS. Eaton, April 19, 1S55 tf, POTTERY ESTAKLISHMENT, n. THE subscriber would respectfully inform i J the public that he in now mauufacturing at his shop a aupcrior article of 6T0NE AND EAKTHENWAKE. consisting in part of Crocks. Pans. Stove Clocks Stone Jugs, Pitchers and Howls,: all ofvhicU he will sell on reasonable terms. tSTShop locft ted at the old Potter stand JACOU KL1XGLE . Eatou, June 14, 1S5&. ly M liitc Fish. am now receiving a large and clisice assolN nientof While Fish, whrcti t win at mo lowest rotes. Coll and examine iney ar Fresh and good. It. S.Cl'NNlNGHAM. I the ims or FREMIl'31 PUMPS. XDRKW SUEFFER, of Eoton Ohio, Hiepat enteo and manufacturer of these pumps, which took the first premium at the Ohio State Fair, at Dayton iu IsM, and the first Premiums at(tho Preb'le county Fairs iu 1S53 and 1854.) will warrant his work to be the very best in the t nitfd Shitns. heiurr made of Seasoned Timber, thev uerer 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 in me world. , -Addrers all orders, wiucn win lie "ruiiirii lvttt.,tiftt.fl tf. tO Andrew & Daniel Shcfler, La on Ohio. April 20, 1S03. Uogiklerenpy. 8m. is Au gust, reuie mar riage time the with to of the is the de mur be the CARPETS! CARPETS!! THE subscriber is now receivingand opening large assortment of English Tapestry Vel vet, Tapcstrie Brussels, llrussels, Thiec-ply, In. grains, and Veuitiau Carpeting. From twenty-scven inches to twenty-four tee wide. Also, Rugs, Druggets. Table ond Piano Covers, Curtain Goods, Stair Rods, Ac , c, al ...i...!..!.. -n.ioinil tn n-hich he would most re- spectfullyiuviteyour attention before pnrchasu elscwhi r,'. U- FALLS. Xo. 71 Ea st Fourth st., bet. Main A Sycamore Cincinnati, O'lio. June 14, 13S5lf Soaj! Soap. 1UST received at the Grocery of Lanius k Dick, a large lot of Rosin Soopbest quality Pcrsoas desiring a superior artrcle will pleas test its quality. . only Bakery, ba ders ICE CREAM Ice Cold Lemonade, HATIVIS'WIHE COBBLEBS, e. SERVED up every day and evening at the Iw Creatn Saloon of A. A. AULL. Barori Site P? l ints, Challis Bareges. Lawns,Ginghams -ed, Dotletl cud I'lot Swiss; oiaen, Barred Lawns; UamasK w innow umm and Shades; Buff, WftS" Pat ;ent Ladies' New Co. pur- rold as Markt Co. "C( Afin DS- of Wool wanted 9UU?UUy 'h"ch lh hi!iest Ptice will be paid in C'asti W uoom ni 111c '"" cash ptices by C. VANAUSDAL & Co. Tron, Steel, Spring, ixans, cocas, lLotcl.es, Butts, aud Table Cutlery; Sadtery. Hardware, and Harness r-iouuimg. r 'j ciu, ic a lull assortment at C. VANACDCIilli Ol loa . Bonnets, P.ibbons, Fringes, Laces, Flow ers, Monlels, Crape Shawls, Pure. Salius, Changable and Brocade Silk new aud best styles, for sale very cheap by C. VANAUSDAL 4c Co. SOAP and CANDLES a erst rata article for anloby Lanius k Dick. PURE and Xo. 1 White Lea of the best branda for sale by J. P Brookina A Son. and up, C-. LYOS'S CATHARIOX, a most splendid article forpreeTTin;nd beautifyirsrthe hair. It pre. rents it falling off and turning arev. for aale a theDrug-storeot J. r. orwama ouu. fuficViolins. Bows. Strinns. fcc. &c, fot Music-1 sale .by.