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Mineral Wealth of Wisconsin.
A correspondent of the Milwaukee Sentinel Our wines of copper and lead are murl moie iuie than those of Missouri; aud we bsve ' whols ledtee of iron ore in the vicinity of Lake Superior, equal in quality and weeding n tamitv th lion mouuiain ol Missouri.- We bav other resource! iu our limestones aud rtadslonee and. unknown quarries of granite snay eiist in the interior, where no one hs yet xvenM his explorations. The railroad int eye to be extended across to tire Lake Supe rb ira and ennner mines this sesson, will K,iu,'tn tioht msnT facts concern me this al nmt unknown lesion that will add much io it,, n.ocnoriiv tJ tha Sla'e. and show Ibe ne ox.tiv WimmeJijite action in pushing for ward some" of the numerous projected lines of r.iim.l tonarCa that ncn aismei. n is to oe hoped for the credit of our State, that the ne ological aervey now in progress will be con linued until ei whole mineral ami egrksului ml and manufaclutiutt reeoiKces we ascertain (i ind that a report,of the final results will be prepared and published. We have no feara but this will enow inducements for the investment of capital in Wisconsin, at least as j real aa any other State at tlie west. . Mr. Buchanan on the Nebraska Bill. WASHINGTON, April 4. Thr, ITr,um of this morning contains a letter from Htm Jamee Itaohanan, dated Oeeember 28, in which be declare8 the Missouii Cone promise lobe dead and joins. Ho, asserted that the Nebraaka bill is thy only basis -upon which the slavery queslioncan be settled, and that it must be adhered to at all hazards and in the fuce of every storm that can be brought against it. .. . . ' This letter was addressed by Mr. Buchanan 10 Mr. SKdell, snd was not intended for pub lication. - . 0 The fact thai Boll employs bis own ar tist exclusively to color all photographa taken at his gallery is an important, one. By this meant he's enabled to give a good picture at a moderate price. His glass pictures are gema of beauty, antl like a "thing of beauty" wtU endure forever. Give him a call at 28 West Pouith slieet.CiuciuualL-attJ tiaraine bis specimen. . ' ft-7-Agood Joke was perpetrated in the at) olition kn w twining' Stato convention recent ly held in CouHCCUcul. A gentleman was very anxious that IWesscrStfliinati should be nominated for Governor, on the grounds thiit he was "n great chemist, and eoald analyze ail hind of soils." One sf the Minor men is said to have replied tliat, "eminent as he is in ," uch matters, it was dun b if til if lie could ana lyze the elements oftiiwt convention J" HX Self-enarnt antl ignerance are twin brg ores: the emntv head ate usually the nosiest tr.r it depends on that fur making known its existence. , . , .-. rr The Coslf Post says: "Mr. Speaker Banks, in the adminisUation canvass, 'had no doubt of the formation of a great northern party,' ad of its final success. Thra is the talk of auch politicians aa Bunks, in caucus, whileoulside they proclaim the most libera nationol sentiment." ' CINCINNATI AND EATON MARKET. Corrected woekl) by It. .Cimniiigham.wholtisalt .anurutatlliroeer, Mainst., Katon. CIMCINFATI. I"'.)' BaTniri,. lv20 Cot aa, ll(i41i!Corr, DuiaoArrLBa (I:4U lVlCHSI, i:25l('.25 fkOUB, - B-To(p5:85 Wbt, 1l:U)tl-i& -Conn, ,. - 800 Oats.. 'v, ' 88(rt50 HaBLBT, ' ' 41:40 ' RfB, I V 74:00 Kaos. , , 10 llooa. ' 5li)05:75 . : :' lOffllOk' HuouLDsrta .1-i5H I.ABO,- BKWIO Clovbb,- $S-00(8:SO TiMOrnr HiO(rTlO:00 Flax, 'I:Dol:0 PoT.WOBB. : 50 Sun,' r', B8X KATOK. BuTTaa, 00020 O0(S)15 VvibdApplks, - i:u0 J'BAcnaai :88:00 Flour, Wueat, ( OUK, . Oats, ' UABLBY. Rv.. f'tioa,; llooa,. Uams, . LSlllKS, Siioi'Loriiis, I.Ann, l:ilO(fft:Si5 :.-1ijo:oO 1:30. .' TO , $J:00(?;4:S0 1-MtHi 89 R(i10 Clovkr. 7.Sf 0 R:t0 Timotuv t3-0U61i3:90 Flax, . . .. 1:70 Potato ei, . OetffKO Suoab., llKftll., i U Notice to Township Assessors. THE Several Township Assessors, elect in I'reblo County, are notified to meet at 1 lie Audi tore OIGca, on next Saturday the 12th inst., at 10 o'clock A. M.. for tha purport of receiving their llooks. Forma and Instructions;. aud of adopting a uniform construction of the provisions and re quirements of the low. JAME3 ALUEltT.1 . April 10, '58 Auditor of Preble county. ' V J. H. FOOS, ATTORMT ' AND COUNSELLOR . AT LAW, Office South, East Corner of Harsh & lock arood's Building, Bee and Story,- " r eatoiV, piiio, Will attend promptly to all business entrusted in, his car in. this and adjoining coun'.iej. N. B. Particular attention paid to the col iectioa of claims, Fartilioninj of .anda and aeltlement of Estates. ,i , April 10, J856.ly.- , ; ', ', ; ' '.' LATEFT NEWS. ; A V. ACTER A J. DYBACO.V, take pleasure i in informing lliotr customers that they arc now receiving from Cincinnati, and offering for aale at their Clothing Store in Eaton,' a new, ex tensive and excellent assortment of , ' . SPUING & SUMMEH GOODS, which have been carefully selected, and are par ticularly adapted aa well to the seasons as to the wants of this community. Their stock consists in all the various rrrodoii and colors of Superior Breai Cloths, Fancy and Black Caasimeres, Caalneta, Tweeda, and Spring and Snmmer C vCOODS , of all kindstSilk. Farmers Satin, and other kinds of Fashionable VKSmJ3, , Thoy havoalanon band a splendid variety of ' BEADY MADE CLOTHING, Which presents as good stock of fashionable ' fabrics for Spring and Rummer wear as can b found in this section of countrr. , ' They hare also la connection with -their lot of Clothing a nua atocic or tha latest style of ; Bilk, and almost every other variety of tha t" Irst Quslitr and tha moat admired styles. - v Also a good assortment of CAPS, nut Inferior to th beat in market.' -- . . - '- - - They have, too, a miscellaneo a collection of Other articles to meet the puhlto wants, such as Trunks, Carpet Uaga, Shirts, Drawers, Under 8hirts.Umbrellae, UiDa,Neck aud Pocket Uand. kerchieft,' Glows, Suspenders, Pocket Hooks, lurse, Liuen Collars, Xcedlee, and a auportor faaaeo( . -.. . ' ' : . . - v ivna&'i iheabs; . c; Tbua It rill be seen that the Arm aforesaid are Tire pared to accommodate the publio with every thing (a their line, witheut leaving people under ma unpleasant necessity or acarcning iu an pans or our city to supply their wants. . . , v.. - Eaton, April 10 i8J6-tf. , .'; . N. B. ' Th subsorlbcr'a would be very thank. ful if the indiyiduala wluviook tha ctothiu from their establishment, would returu them, (w some of them had not the cost mark on, -besides, tlicy oo not wisn to uo a wiumuue business. COMMEKCl.lL". COLLEGE, . : - columbus, oilio. The Host Thorough, tod Practical Institution t . '. lit the Wast. . . For Full Course, Including all departments of moos; Keeping, Lecture & rcriauiansiiip, tn variablu in advance. . . sHO.VO For full course in Ladiae department '- ' 20,00 THE I'UUl'KlETOlia TAKE OKKAT PLEAS ure iu expressing tiieir thanks for the gratifying aud unprecedented success which have marked the career of their Institution, since its establish ment at the Capital, and stimulates them to re newed exertions to meet iu the must ErricitXT mannkk, the rapidly iucrcaaiu demaud for a ntACTicAL and courrtKHBssiBLE cocEsa or MKR OASTii.iTUMNig. The great practical expert-eiico- of the Principal, iu heavy Banking and Commercial Hoiiies, assisted by educated and accomplinhod gitlemcD has enabled him to bring to a dcjrrce of perfection a system of counting room instruction, by oral exercises. NOT AT TAINED BY AN V OTUEli INSTITUTION. Kach student, by tbis- new process, it drilled at the DESK, lxiiviuttAU.r, step by step, uutil he has mastered Uie whole routine of au Account, nut's duties a Ihmvuklj eu lltougli he had nerved aa anurevtieeshio in tome laiee Conimtr. ciat House; and thus aft awkwardness, faltering ami errregious blunders see, in a great measure, disaipateil. Iu addition to our eugajremcnl of accomplished Assistants wo baro also secured the service of some of Uie tnosl eminent luclurois iu Ohio to Icc turo on coinnierciul topics. ' Uurcatirseor tnstruction is too extcnuca to particularize here, but it embraces every thing onneetctl witu;uouuijK KM KT uuurv Mir.i-- XG. with free and full discussion of its Seen- tiflo principles Lectures tqion Commercial His toiy, gnd History of Eminent Commercial Men, Commercial (Jeograpliy, Commercial Products. Oimiiieixial Hileulutious, Political Eco&oniy. Morcautilo Law. ttlucs of Trade, Partnership, Ac. . The Ladies Department s mm opened for the reception of Ladies. No nstituUou iu the Union imparts a more taoroun or interesting course iu this deKtrtmuut. J n conclusion, wo woulu auu, that wo snail put forth our best ed'orls to merit iu a still more emi uuul decree, tile llatluriiiir tcceiition with which our enterprise has met ami pledge oursclvc to impo, t a wio.e Uiorougn. practical, coin ne oj Mer cantile f.tsrrttetVoii than can be found atvny olh- cj' similar Mcica.itile ( oricje. 4 moii tho mauy recuuiuicndations, we give tlie following: "We the undersigned, take pleasure in testi fying that we are personally acipiaiuted with Sir, (iCANOKit'anbility as an Aocouiilutit, and teach col Uook keeping, which is of tho liioutST oi:- uer. .tie nas rau great experience as an ac cotintaut, in heavy Commercial aud liatikiug Houses, which gives hmi superior tacilties i'l mi partiuga piactital knowlcdga of Itook-ket ping, aud a tuoiiouqu Commercial education. L. J. Alil.KN, 1,1,. I).. President of Farmer's College. LOUIN A.VI)l;i:WS, President of Kenyon College. To voung men who wish to aeimire a "bcsinkss Euccation," we thiuk it atfordsfacilities seldom equaled. Mr. Granger has tho rare qiialilicatiou Of theoretical knowKtdireand aptness in tea chin auileu to piiictical ( ojintuig Itooni experience, aud we feel couudcut that graduates I'roiu College will be fully competent to kee(. the most compitcaiea set ol uooks A. P. S'l'OSK, Wholesale and Retail Merchant. J.J. J ANN KY. .Sec'y D'rd Cbntrol, State B'k, J. If. J'ARh:. Book-keeper at Clinton Hank. tl. L. Mtl,l,, hoc 1 Columbus lias and Coke g. U. M ASOS, llou!.. keeper at J. II Iiiley He tot lull particular!, send for circular. GUASUEU Jb AU-MSTltONO. April 10, 18J'j ly. . Proprietors. HEEV0US DISEASES C0NTE0LLED AND COMftUEEEB. ' Of all the various ills that detract from the enjoyment of rummi life, most ofihem may be traced to o disordered condition of the ncr vuuasystem. The horrors of Eptlt-psy, oi Fall ing Sickness, arisn in most cases from this cause. Our readers may remember, on several occasions before, we have alluded to the won del Cut cuies, or modifications of Fits, made by the Vegetable Extract I'pilectic Pills, invented ami prepared b)ir. AY( S. Hunet, of 103 ll.'lnraore Street, DnHimoie. Md. Xe feel fully Mitusfied hat Uiese Pills Imve cured some of the most stubborn cases of Epiiep.ty, as null in the milder loim of Ki s, such as severe Cramp, Spasms, dio. We now record the fact, thai persons will find these Pills cquul'y efficacious iu curing every form of nervous de- bill i yi no mailer whether nianifesieit in I lie acute and excrucinling form ol Neuralgia, Tic- Uuloretix, or IMervnus lleailache, the miseryol Dyspepsia or Indigestion, the sufferings of liiieumnlisin of Gout, the melancholy halluci nation of depressed spirits or hysteria, their effects will be equally happy and certain. Pejson in the country can write to the inven tor, and have the medicine forwarded to them by mail. The prices are, one box, 3; two boxes, 55 j twelve boxes, $21; and sent to Hiiy pari of the coumry, free of postage. Direct vour Communications to sktii H inck, 1UO Uiihiinore street, Uultiinure, Md. April 10, Im. No Family should be without Hoofland's German Bitters. Children afflicted with the Summer Complaint entirely cured by them. Camden, N. J., March 14, 1855. Dear Sir It is with much pleasute (lint 1 inform you of the great bene fin derived from the use of your German Bitleis in my family. During the greater part of Inst. Summer, my son, rijcd two vents, was severely afflicted Willi the Summer Complaint in the worst form, (or which jurious remedies prescribed by Pby. siciansandwotheis were used, tut with no avail. . I also cent him to the country, but it proved ef but little benefit. Having a bottle of German Bitter in the bouse, I was persua ded to try that, which to my astonishment en tirely cured Aim. lie continued to lake ilia Bitten some lime afterwards and became heal thy. ' I have the greatest confidence in the Hitters, and . feel no hesitation in saying Ibat no family should be without Ibem.- , 4 ' JOHN W. PARIS, Plum street, above Second. To Dr. C. M. Jackson.' South-east corner Fourth and Walnut sts. . Cincinnati. March 1T,18S5. reb28 lui. Sold by Pred'k Eckstein, Cincinuali, ' .Minshiill. BrookinsA Son, Eaton. . ... . j. H. Bohn, Cnmdcn. ; ". I,ou)rb & Co.. Fairbaven. ' .. ' -' J . J. Brown, Morning Sun ' ' . -I). B. Edwards, Winchester ''' ";"''': J.Coblcnti, I.ewisbarg. v ' J. II. Gale, West Alexandria. '. April 10, 2w. ' ' Dissolution. THE Partnershin heretofore existing between the undersigned, io the practice of Law was thia day uissoireu by mutual oonacnt .. i ns nooks and accounts or saia urra re ien for collection in tha hands Of J . 11. Foos. wbo ia authorised to settle alt alaim due said firm. Dissolution. B. HUBBARD. Dissolution. B. HUBBARD. April I, 1856. J. H. FOOS. N. ll. J. II Von will continue tha prac tice of LaWi lo this and sdioinlni countios. and atieud pibmptly to all husinesa' mtrusted tcr bis at tuovtlkcof tha late firm of U. at P. Dissolution. B. HUBBARD. April I, 1856. J. H. FOOS. J. H. FOOS. John Rex's Estate. ' NOTICE la hereby given, that tbe aubseriher hua bf ou appoiutad and qoaliued aa administra tor, of tha estate of John Rex, late ef Preble HENRY SHIELDS. April'10, Hja-Jrr.' , . LICKI1VG IHON 1VOKKS.. -SEW 1R0S AXO liAHUWiaB ; STORE. COKHINGHAH & L0CKW00D. i . Corner of If alu i Cberry 8ta. " IUTO.. O. . ARK now reccivinir a laree assortment of Iron, Steel ( Nails, aud llurdware, eositng of the very best brands. Ii.tr Iron or all sizes Ameri can, linjf li.iti . and (Jennau Steel Plough Moulds, .Swede rods, Slab Steel, and iu short every thing iu the way of Irou. Also, Agricultural Implements, such aa Plough of tho following brands Pea cock, Raymond aud Itobcrts, New Paris. c Harrows", Cultivators. Shovel. P, lows. Corn Shel ters, Churns, ciacr mills. Cutting itoxes, noes, RakcS. Sctthcs tiueutlies, and a tbousaud other articles, not necessary to mention. ci A.itsuuiM a r.utri.vuuu. Eaton, April 8. ISJli. tf. H. B. We will pay tho highest market price for 1 0,000 busbele of Flax Seed and W heat. Flaxseed to loan. - Also, Stone Coal for sale. C 4 L. John M. Catrow, Plt'tT 1 Preble Common Tlcaa aipiiust f Civil Action, & a. 8. Higgins, w.w & David liiggins Deft's THE DefeudautsW. W In Attachment. , 4S.S. Iliggins, and David lliggiusuon residents of the State of Ohio are hereby notilicd, that the Plaintitf, John M. Catiw. on the 6th day of March, A, D. lOS, fil ed a petition iu the Court of Common Pleas of Preble County, Ohio, tho object and prayer of which ni'tition is to obtain a iudtrinent against them for live huudrcd dollars (ioi'O.) with 8 per cent interest from July 2o, Wi. until paid, on note or bairn executed by defendants topiaintin for the said sum of ?."00,00, dated July 0, 1854, and due one day aftor date, and said defendants arc required to answer or demur to said petition on or beioro the 21th day of May. A. D. 18.1", or Judgement will bo taken by default. Defend- auls are also hereby nntitled that an order ol at- , . -L ... i .1 i: .. laci'tneui issueu in saiu netiuu, ujit'u ui.k petition, which order has been executed aud re turned. Attest L. B. OGDEN. Cleric, W. J. & J. A. GlLMOP.E.Atty's. for Plt'ff. April S, 6w. WARnax it. aoiPBBLt, ISAAC BIlASICIt, WK. U- JKFTECSOX HO ! FOR KANSAS. NOTWITHSTAXDIXG tho excitement pre vailing in regard to the troubles iu Kansas, and the approaching l'residentinl.Eleetion, Bi-uMvr, Campbell & Jcffcrsou, take this method of informing the citizens of Ea-. I .1... m.t.lln tw.M..rnlli. itl.t llmVAPn tlfllV in receipt ot their SI'UIXti ASDSUMMEK stock ol'.'Dry Goods: (Jueenswaro.Glassware Hats, Caps, nliocs no , which in an rosiwcis is inn uuu uuui- invile tn attention oi an his O (b. Co, nleto. to which they their old customers, and as many uew ones, as will givo them a call. They would call t"e at teution of the Ladies to their niee full stock of Press llooda. namely: JJaue lie iMxnta, lie tiaxze, Satin Ntrlne Urcnalfac. UalzorincB. fancy aud plain Challie-i, Satin Stripe Fenian Velane. (jringtiams, plain, uiacK, uarreu aim muej, French Lawns, plain, Ulack, and Satin barred, Silk, Kanev ligured and Urocoia Silk, Satins, &c. I.' 1. l...k.1:.K n,i,l tm..if,n f'lnlha (tnKsi- mcrcs, Satinetts, Tweeds, .leans, and a full stock of all kinds Cotton nantalooncrv &e. Ae. VE8- Tt.VtlS, lull and complete stoelt,!Siiit,satin,piaiu and faucr. Sloir Autique.aiarseiiicsacc. full assoilineut.iilain aud barred Jaconets, Swiss? cs. liishnp anti victoria ii", " "- ovcil jelled Swisses, llotikaud Nainsook Muslins, 4c. SHOES, a full and complete assortmeuv all the latest and rashiomible kinds, for Women. Misses, and Children. LOOKING .GLASSES, the largest lot ever brought to this market Sale, from 1 a V cents, toil dollars. MUSLINS, tine lot or all the Kcst Uranus, urown,uuureeu Uleach, Ac, Ac. from 5 cts. to 50 per yard. as an mi rw area m- rsw nice lot, or all the the latest natters, Silk, Satin. Crape, Metropolitan, IJcllgrade, Satiu and Pearl Straw. Hair and Lace, Ac, for Women, Misses, ic. Flats, for Womeu Misses and children, BATS & CAPS, for Men and Boys, of all kinds, vii: Pamama, Leghoru bound. Pedal bound, Canada and Can ton 'Straw, Pttlmlcaf.Whitoaud Colored, double P. L. Trinicd Ac, Ao QUEENSWARE. 1 Beautiful lot of new patterns, viz : Leaf Lustrc St'di-iiham. Baud and lined. Gold Bund. Cotton Plant Lustre, Brown hcott, 4c, kc. iusetsfrom til to lOo pieces. Tyreus, hteak and ljaKeruisti. es, Oyster Tyrcnes, c. GLASSWAKE, full aswrtment. Preserves, Sweetmeats, Cas tors, Candle-Slicks. Tumblers, Creams. Pickles, S.ilts. Ac. Canietinrr. viz: Ka, M Wool, all Won! Injrrnin and Brussels, Stair, Carpet.Uugs i:o. C otton yarns nil nuinucra. Carpet Cliuln, Covciiclj &c, S. B. SuOO ynnls of Calico of nil Styles and flffires. tor sale at MYora i to ;o cK per yard, and priuts sold by us t:.c Colors ara WAItHANT Ef). Kress Trimming of the latest styles via: Silk, Mon,Moir Antique Lacc.i-tc. Bonnet Rib bons, Wreaths, Flowers, Borders, Rushes, Baid, 4c. . Ouu Snow Ca?b, is full of all kinds of Xotions, too numerous to mention, to which we would call nn examination, together with ten thousand other articles suitable to the wants of tho people, rur rtimiU h.ivo all been selected with crriMt care, and we have got just such articles as will please all both in quality and price. . n c luviie me aiieniiou ui u .r ui many new Customers as will please to give us a mII to -o our Goods as thev are fr sale at Bar gains. Yon will rind us at tho old Stand No. 8, Main street, baton, unio, opposite too 1 uun lliiildinrf, and 1 door East of J. Chambers Jew- nli'lrmnri.. N. B. Allkiudsof country produce taken in excliinefor (IikmIs. EEASIER. CAMPBELL at JrinSUXI Eatou, April 8, 185IJ. , a,a-'"v-t., Cincinnati, Eaton & Richmond Rail Road Line. Spring Arrangement. Commencing ori Wednesday, March 6, 1858, betweea Eaton and Uiri- ctnnati and intermediate points Leave Eaton ll:12aui, arrive atCinciu.l;30 pm, " 0.23 n m " 9.00 n m LeavcCincinnti 5,Ooam arr.kt Eaton, 7.26 am ' 2,10 pm " " 4,43 pm Between Eaton and Richmond. Leave Eaton 7,115a m arriveatltiobraond 8,0Sa m . " 4,48pm " " . 0,25pm nai awarsar'TcaBet.ikiaBrcaKa- Leave Rich. ll),30.a m. srriveatEatonll:12a m .... " - 6,48 pm " - .3pin - It. K. MOKllOW . Bup't John Trick. 1 -- va. Vl'rebla Com-. Picas. Petition Hannah Trick. I for Divorce. the said defendant. Hannah Trick, ia hereby notified, that on the filh dar of March, lSdo, the said plaintiff, John Trick, tiled in the Clerks Of lice ot tins court, or tjonnnon rieas, or j reuie countr, Ohio, tils petition against bertne said dn endsnt. setting forth his marriage with her. the said defendant, tho length of time tbey lived together as hitsband andwifo, and charging tbe det'endnnt with wilful absence from him the said plaintiff, for more tint u three years past. Also nt huhitual drunkenness for more than three years past, and prftyiug for the dissolution said marriage eoairaes en too grounus w wilful absence, and habitual drunkenness. Tha defendant ia further untitled that at the rloptem. hartnrmof stid Court of Common Pleas, A. D. 18511, the eid plaintiff will introduce testimony to avid Court, touching tne aerarai matter in said petition Bet torts, and ask a decroeof di rorco accordingly, ' . ' ' ' nUBHARD ft FOOS, ' - ' Atty's for Petitioner, i .Mar;U13,U31-t. ABJ0THEE STMffiM IE STILL LATER NEWS! ' THE ARRIVAL OF LARGE stock of Spring and Summer Goods, which are now being daily opened direct from the Eastern Ciiies, cumrnsing everything desiruble in the line of . . ot sidsj sra mis mm, Bonnets, Boots and Shoes. to which thev invite the attention of all their old friends and as many more of the Goods buying public as desire to cultivate a profitable ac quaintance, as they know they can oner superior inducements lor every- bodv to bus. I nev cnauensce any nouse in me wesi io sen preuier, cheaper, ind more durable Goods. Come on, then, one and all, if you wish bargains. P. S. Wanted to purchase 100,000 lbs. of WOOL. April 3, 1856. i wife mm i we mm oi ARE daily receiving their large and well selected stock of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS, of the latest styles, direct from New York and Phil- adelphia. Their stock of Fancy, Plain & Black Silks & Satins, SILK TISSUES&c. &c, for cheapness and durabilily cannot be beat west of tha mountains. They have also a large variety of French Lawns, of new styles and Patterns. French, English, and American Cloths and Cassimers, besides a host of HOOSIERY, QUEENSWARE. GLASSWARE, BOOTS & SHOES II ATS and CAPS, of the latest styles. Also a large assortment of the la-' test style of CARPETS. Our friends and others are respectfully invited to call and examine our Goods, and ascertain prices, before purchasing elsewhere, as we are determined to sell OHEAP for CASH or approved credit. N. B. All kinds of country produce taken in exchange for goods. Eaton, March 27, 1855. STEPHENS & CO. m TO.- mmz mwm AND NEWEST STYLES OF DRY GOODS QUEENS WARE, GLASSWARE, HATS, CAPS, BONNLTS. I ; SHOES, &C &C, GO TO S1ASIER, CMf BELL, ft JEFFEHSBfJ. No. 8, Main St., Eaton, O. THEV are now in receipt of their Spring & Summer stock of Dry Goods which in qnantity.qualitv and styles caunot oe neat in tlie townot taiou wnicn mey inicnu to sen encaper tnancver, call everybody, if you want to save your money aud get bargains. Country Produce taken in exchange for (food's. They would say tot'heir German friends that they have employed a German Clerk who will be nappy to watt on tnem. iniarch 27, lgGfl FOR THE SPRING 19 MM TRADE CVANAUSDAL & do. ore in receipt of the largest stock of Goods offered in this market, ,lo which they respectfully call the attention of their friends and customers and all others wanting cheap and serviceable goods. Fueling confident that from long experience, sufficient means to purchase our Goods exclusively for cash, close 8116011011-10 the purchase of every offered by ua for sale we can lender satisfaction aa to priceand quality. Ourslock been purchased in New York, Philadelphia, and other Eastern cities, iu mauy instances direct from the manufactory, and embraces a larger variety than usually found in country stores. addition to our large stock of assorted Dry Goods we keep BOOTS All SHOES. OF ALL KIND! i Queensware and Groceries, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Iron, Nails, and Steel, Locks, Latches, Butts, Table Cutlery, etc. CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS AND SADDLERS' HARDWARE, ncludins eagle, tyre and carriage bolts, clips, and turned collars, the very best made top enammelled drills, muslins and ducks, enammelled trim ming drills, silvered, brown, black or crimson, a very superior article, Wards' top and trimming leather, dash, bow, and collar leather, floor hair, and rugs, Wilton and Brussels carpet, strings, laces, and" classes, joints and props, hames, hubbs, bows and bent fellows. All ot wnii'U win ue kviu n viieuis n iiiy cuu uc purcuasca ciacinuati or cisewucrc. March 27, 1856. . tf. 0YBTEES, FIGS' FEET, TSIPE, ftUAILS, Alt kinds of Poultry, Mince Pies, Hot Coffee, Fancy Candios to., sold and furnished to order, at the Baron Street, Eaton O. Ovstcrs sold either by tbe single plate, or by whole or half can.by W. 1. IIOUTON. Dec. 80, 1855 tl. ' -' PA1UP! . THE ;IAST CAXI. ' , THOSE who know themselves indebted to to the late fitm of Hubbell, Eppleydt Wil son, would do well to come forward and pay up, thereby save themselves cast, and the sub scribers further trouble. HUBBELL& WILSON, Surviving partners of H., E. & W. N. B. Sotoman Banto, Esq. is oar authorized eollecioi. - H. 4 W. ; EXCHANGE SANK, N. E. Corner of Mai e TKirdStreeh. DAYTON, O. i "DUYsnd seliExchangeandCoin; buyBills U Notes, Bonus, Mortgages, &e , and loan monev at reaaonabln rates. Pay interest tin Deposits. HARSHMAN & WINTERS Oct. 6, 1833. -'; : First and last Notice. ALL persona indebted to the undersigned arc VAiiiMtd to call at their earliest convenience, and either "pay up" or close accounts by note or otherwise. Jiutv to royseii, my lainuy sua -an nnotinn" makes it ui-cossarv for Hit to "Admin. War" in my own estate, and whlcbiniit be done -poaccbly if I cat forcibly U 1 nm-t ." Eilou, Feb. ti, 1633 tf - llcnry Wehrly, Adm'r of the Estate of Albert Cossuirt, dee'd against Elhabcth Cossairt, et. al. ON the 5th day of April, 1S66 Preble county Probate Court. Petitiou to sell land. at 1 o'clock, P M. on the premises, near West Manchester. Mon roe township, Preble county, Ohio, will be sold to the highest bidder the following real estate aa tho property of Albert Cossairt, dee'd. to wit: Situate, I vingand being In the county of Preble and Stnie of Chio, and described aa follows, to wit Tlie east tisii or me north east quarter or section oleven (11) in township numbered niue i'j) of range two ('J)eaat,Ac.,coutainingcighty aores of laud, be the same more or less, free and unem cumbered of dow er. ' Appraised at - Term of sale One third of the purchase mo ney fash in band One third inone ycar,nnd the rvidue in two years from the day of sale. De ferred payments to be secured by mortgage on the premises and bear interest of an per centum ironi the day or sale. - . - llH-NKt vi r.iiHL,i , jioni'r. . ,.. of Albert Cossuirt, dee'd. ' nimiuBO & Fooa, Atty'a for Pl'ff. March 6, 185(i. 4t , NATIONAL HOTEL. South Side of Main Street, hcttctcn Barm . and Chtrry. . BBOB.'3BCIW H1 A. A. AULL, Proprietor Sulling for frea If te 100 brad et Horns) in nnnBusHELs0ATsvVANTEU'fr 1U,UUU w-biob the highe price in easli will be paid, by k. s. ci nwiKoiiAn, BYK STPFF'S Madder; Indigo, Logwood, is., kept constantly on. band snd for slab' d: RIKI) TEACUCS.of a superior quality I sale by , Gjden A Pie WHO HTAB1S TO XX KABS1ID1. TUK ALT OF LoVK ilAKl.Mi- The mostcatraordiur r book ot tlwltth century. THE ULISS UI' MAKiilAUJL, THE WAY TO TilK ALTAR. MatrirLooy made eat;; or How te w a a lover. uue toiuua- ol luo pi;s. mo. i nioi. fiy,i)y ci'pitsulieinlyi'Ued.' Ibiiteitita n!i' tiou ready. 1 riote't uu the liimrt pnis.r,AliUii lustnt. ti iD the first iyl ol art, ' . , . "lAive rule tlie court, tue camp, iuc Kroe, ror Lore is Beat vu. snU Ucatcu il.oe." Ho sang tlie Hard : yet thousiiidapiu I'ur loteof life the liht diriut Vi ho, did they kuow souie vutlv chanu, 1 h hearts ol those they line to waiui, )liht live luifht die, iu bliss suprtun!. ' Possessing all of which tbey dream. The road to Wedlock nould you kuow 1 Belay not but to kM)OLTtO. Time Hies, and from his alo(4iiy winge A shadow falls on living things; Thou s;iz the moment as they pass, " Ere full the last saudsthrou(;hthe glass; " A t least the prcteul is jou on n, While all the future is is unknown. A.bappy nisrriape man or n.id Can now secure by KOSDOL'TS aid. . CONTESTS. ' It teaches how to make ladies or gcntlenn-n win the devoted arfcctiousof csinany of the op. iwsitesix as their hearts may desire. Aid the.. plan is so simple, yet BucopiivanuguiBi an muj be married- irrespective of cgc, apearatice, ur ' position; awi iv cau ircimii(:iH".. v and dellicacy, thai detection ia inifossible. It teaches how to malt love. It teaches every eye to form a beauty of its own It teaches how to act when fasciutUd by a . ladv, It teaches bow to make the wrinkled face smoot !i. It teacbesyouthekiudof wife to select toren der home happy. It gives advice to the lover t ho baa been once truly rccepted und isrejected afterwards through the interference of friends. It gives a remedy fur unrequittcd love. It give you instructions for beautifying the per son. How to have a handsrme face and bauds. How to remove luu aud freckles. A Lecture on love, or a private advice to Mar ried Ladies and Geutlcuieu. This isdecidud the most fascinotiug, interest ing and reslly useful and practical work on Oiurtshin. Matrimoiiv, and the duticr aud delight of Married Life, that has ever been issued trim the" American press.- me anuicim ovi-un, which iu so many instance8 prevents a union ,f hearts, and sacriticcstocouveutioiialism the hai,-. piuessaud even the lives of thousands of the youngaud hopeful of both sexes, is thoroughly analyzed aud exjoised. Every one who centem plates marriiipe, "and withes for an iiilnllibla guide in the selcciioii,of a partuer fur life, should purchase this great text buok of counubial felio- tv- Xoone will ever regret the price paid lor such an invaluable secret. Bills of any of the specie paying bunks in tha United States or Caneoas received at par. Cold dust cau be sent from California. All that is necessary for vou to do is to write a letter in as few wordsas possible, Inclosing ONE DOLLAR, and write the name, with the I'oat oflice. County and Stale, and direct to PROFESSOR KOUUU i , ruonsner Jiutnof, No. 82 l'orty.sixtli t.,. i . DEWITT A DAVENPORT, lia Nassau St., tf the whuleaalvagenta. 1000 agents wauted. Dec. 2718S5, m. ar ticle has In P TJ E I F Y THE BLOOD. iucBBFar.-mrBrM LIFE PILLS AND Fliocnix Jiitlers. Tree from all Hmeral Foisone. The great popularilv which MOFFAT'S LIFE PILLS aud PUCEN'IX HITTERS have attained, in eonseipieuce of the extraordinary cures ctlcct ed by heir use, renders it mii.ecessary for the proprietor to enter into a particular aunalj sisof their medical virtues or propurtiea. Having been more than twenty years beloie the public, ai:d having the united testimony of More than Three Millions of persons who have been restorer' to the enjoyment of perfect health by them, it ia believed'that their (eputatiouas the best vegeta ble medicine now before the public, admits of no dispute. In almost every city and village in the United States, there are mauy who arc ready ti testify to their ethcacy in rcmoveiug disease. and giving to the "whole system rcuewed vigor and health. In cases of SCROFULA, ULCEUS, SCURVY or ERUPTIONSof tho ekin, the'operntion of the Life Medicines is truly astonishing, often rcmov. ing in a few days, every vestige of these loath' some diieases, by"theii-purifying effects on tho blood. Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia. Dropsy, Piles, aud in short most all diseases, soon yield totbeir curative properties. No family should be without them, as by their timely use lnugU suffering and expense may be saved. piiEPAKEnnr WILLIAM B. MOFFAT. al.D- mr Yob . AND F(TR SALE BY B00KINS A SON. Jan 81st, 1850 lv. Eaton Ohio. oil cloths, tas sels, in Neuralgia Cured. Read what Mr. Boyden says: no medicine ever had certificates from such respectable sources as Carter's Spanish Mixture. Mr. F. Iloyilen, one of the origins! propriators of the Astot House, New York, aud fur a number of years of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond Vir ginia, was cured of a sevnre attack of Neural gia, by Carter's Spanish .Mixture. The rapid om! perfect cure ellecteu in his case by this valuable rredicine, arrested his attention and excited his interest; he recommended it to oiherj offlic'eil with a 'variety of disease, and! on evety instance a cure was effected. He has seen it cure Ague and Fever, Rheumatism) Liver Complaint, Dyjpepsio, Fevers, Violent Coughs.ana cases which were said to be con fined Consumption, and nearly eueiy other disease for which it is used. He remarks it is difficult to know what disease it will not relieve or cure, and as a Blood Purifier, and Spring end Fall medicine, he lias never seen its equal. He cheerfully recommends it on a!l occasions, and believes it the most valua ble remedy extant. And fur sale by Fred'k Eeksteine Cincinnati, Minshall i. Co.. Katon, Deam A Surface, Upshcr, J. (.'oblintz. Lewisbnrg, John Qale, West Alet-nnjji-ic, Michael A Co., Winchester, J. 11. ltohu, Camden, I. S' Shows Iter, Mew Parts. Ilrookins A Son, Eatoa, O. March 27. 2w. EATON BOOK BINDERY. Book Binders l Blank Book Manufacturers. H AVISO fitted up our establishment on Main Street, over the Preble County Bank, we aro prepared to doall kinds of BINDING, unsurpass ea lor ueanty,eicganeeana uuruomiy. With the latest improved machinery we bare facilities for doing our work bettbb and cbbaf Bit than any other establishment in the country. We nave on nana a superior assortment oi limns Paper from the best makors, to which we invito the attention of all wanting Blank Books, made to order. County Becords, Bank Books, ft Blank Book of every variety, with or without printed heads Kuled to any pattern ana jioubq in a manner; -that for atrength and durabi'ity, canaot be ex celled. Music, Maoasinbs, Law BoisAaWBPAras. Sobap Bcoas. Pamphlets, ate. Ac, boand iuthe strongest and best manner. By punctuality, and strict attention to business, we hopo to merit, aad secure a liberal patronage. Ulveusaesii. - . T. hakim. Eaton Feb. 91. tf C.J. TAYLOR Estate Notice. NOTI CE is herebv given that I bare been duly qualified and appointed Bvecntrii ef the estate) of Alexander C. Shideler, deeeased, (arte of Prer ble eotintr. Ohio. All persona owing md estate are nrqnfrad to make payment, and those bavirtgr claims to present tnorn nnlv aatnentrica ror aattlemcnl. . CATHARINE SUIflKLEB. March is, t8i, 3t Execatriz. . AVantf, ' jrA.ArkABiishi-laotWheat. fer lifh tl HM H Af hipiiea price will he pai.' ir rMi attheGrocaty of OGL'EN & DICK.