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Thursday, : : April l&, 1863.
For Next Governor of Ohio,
HCN. C. L, VALLANDIQHAM.
Consttutiona Rights which We Mean
to Excercise And Maintain.
"Congress shall make no law re
specting an establishment of rei
ligion, or prohibiting the free ex
ercise thereof; or abridging the
freedom of speech, or of the press.
Amendments to the Constitution o
he United Mutes, Article 1.
"Evory citizen may ecly speak
write, and publish his scnlimonts
oa all Biibjccts, being responsible
for the abuse of the right; and no
law shall be passed to" restrain or
abridge the liberty ot speech, or ot
the press." Constitution of Ohio,
Article, 1, Section 11.
The Editor of this paper dors
not hold himself responsible for th
opinions expressed by his correspond
eirfs. The writer, and not tlie'EdUor
is responsible. .
' B-No anonymous communicai
tion will bo iua cd in the Press.
The name of the writer must be
given to the Editor, not for publii
cation, but as a guarantee of good
BURNSIDE'S GRAND PROCLAMATION.
Below, our readers will., find a
proclamation, sent forth by Gener
al Burnside, whose headquarters
Arc in Cincinnati. The thing is
recommended to us by the Eaton
Register. So then, wo arc not at
liberty to obey the simple dictates
Tight or wrong, do just as wo are
.commanded by General Burnside.
Very well, we will do so, and thus
prove oursclf obedient to the law
and order of the American new disi
peiisation, and keep very quiet and
let the wai and our great and brave,
generals ?.lone. Our Democratic rea
ders need not any longer look for
any comments upon war matters
in the Tress'. We can devote our
time now to other subjects. Possi
bly wc may write a snort history
of the war and its lessons, and pub
lish our book in a country whero
neither President Lincoln, nor Gen
eral Burnside can ever attempt to
dictate to free white men in the
freest uation in the world. We have
gained nothing by our having come
. to America, but in the short space
of three years wc have lost much,
and are losing daily our little all.
If the Democrats of Preble arc
true to their order and principles,
they must bo at some more trouble
4&d expense to defend them, than
they have ever yet been; otherwise
they must honestly avow their un
willingness and inability to defend
them. Thus the pieat party contest
will at once become reduced to the
simple question of, on what princi
ple is the country that is the Uni
ted States to bo governed, and by
whom. Wc have our own private
opinion and views of all that is pas
Eing in America, and humble as
they are, they will como to light
some of these days in a shape and
order which neither General Burn
side nor President Lincoln, can in.
teribrc with. "Woe to the land,
when the king is a child"'.
Mr. Pcabody, the London and
American banker, gave a great
dinner to 200 of the English resb
dents in Paris, ou the evening of
the 10th ultimo, in ho;:or of ihe
marriage ot the Prince of Wales.
Order by Major General Burnside.
Headquarters Army of the Ohio,
Cincinnati, April 13, 1863.
General Order No. 38]
Tho commanding General pub
lisher, for tho information of all
concerned, that hereafter all per
sona found within our lines, who
commit acts for the benefit of tho
enemies of our country, will be
tried as spies or traitors; and, if
convicted, will sutler death. This
order includes the following class
es of persons;
Carriers of secret mails.
Writers of letters sent by secret
mails. . .
Secret recruiting officers within
Persons who hvvo entered into
an agreement to pass our lines for
tho purpose of joining the enemy.
Persons found concealed within
ourlincs belongiug to the service
ol tho enemy.
And, in fact, all persons fouud
improperly within vour lines, whs
could give private information to
All persons within our linCi who
harbor, protect, conceal, feoc',
clothe, or in any way aid the ene
mies of our country.
The habit of declaring sympai
thies for the ouemy will no longer
be tolerated in this department.
Persons committing such offenses
wil be at onco arrested, with a view
to being tried as abovo stated, or
sent beyond our lines into the lines
of their friends.
It must be distinctly understood
thai treason, expressed or implied,
will not be tolerated in this de
partment. All officers and soldiers are strict
ly cliarjrod with tho execution of
this order. By command of Major
General A. E. Burnside.
Assistant Adjutant General.
Official; D. R. LAUND, Capt. and
A. A. G.
PROCLAMATION BY THE
Tho president has issued thefol
icwing proclamation regarding
that oi'AtigusrtG, 1801:
"Wimnms. Experience has shown
that the exceptions made in and by
the said proclamation, cmi'ivnass
the due enforcement of said Act 'A
JulylS, 1861, and the proper regu
lations of commercial intercourse
authorized by said act with loyal
citizens of the said States; there
fore, I do hereby revoke said excepi
tions, and declare the inhabitants
of the' States of Georgia, South
Carolinia, Tennessee Alabama Lou
isiana, Texas, Arkansas, Mississip
pi, Florida, Virginia, except forlyi
eight counties designated as West
Virginia, and except the ports of
New Orleans, Key West, Port Uovi
al and Beausort, arc in a state of
insurrection against tho baited
States, and that all commercial im
tercourse not licensed and conduct
ted a3 provided in said act, between
'said States and the inhabitants
(with the exceptions aforesaid) and
the citizens of the United Stales is
unlawful, and, will remain unlawi
ful until insurrection ceases or has
been surpressed, and notice thereof
has boen given; and all cotton or
other products from said States,
with the aforesaid exceptions, into
other parts of the United States, or
proceeding to any of said States,
with the exceptions aforesaid, willu
out licenso and permission of the
President, through the Secretary
of the Treasury, together with the
vehicle conveying the same, be fori
By the President:
By the President: WM H. SEWARD, Secretary of State.
The Gazette accouuts for what it
calls our naval inciliciency thus. It
"Our navy is being humilatcd
everywhere by the inciliciency of its
guns. Blockade running, in the
face of our great squadrons, is a
regular trade. Great river steam
ers, with all their works above wa
ter, are made invulnerable against
our lire by cotton-bales. Our Moni
tors made no impression on Port
McAllister. On the Mississippi, af
ter months of exhausting And de
moralizing labor of the army in
digging side-cut and cleaning out
bayous, a squadron of gunboats,
with their lliiuch guns, is stopped
bv a simrlo battery ot bmall iruus.
The safjty of tho nation demands
that this incubus be thrown off
from our ordnance department,
and that tho Government call into
' i.nrt n ii f 1 r.ll 1 1 n 11 1 ncll !l 1 1 1 I'll 1 hl'ill JlM'l
.scientific attainments of the coun
'try in this great arm ot our de-Ifciise."
Rebel Attack on Murfreesboro.
Washington, April 12.--The fob
lowing has been received at h.id
quarters: ' -V. i v ? . :..
"3furfioftsl)oroApril ,11 , 1883.'
"To Jajor Genctnl Hiillcclc ',;:; ,
"The following dispatch w as re.
e'eived from; General Granger on
tho 10th: '' 3 (;
"Van Dorn made his promised
attack toiday at 1 o'clock, diro'ifly
in front and on the town. Thcim
tan try regiments on guard in 'town,
with the cavalry pickets, held hi in
at bay until their ammunition was
"Tho dense smoke, Sic, "favored
their operations, enabling thorn to
approach very near wUhoutdurbci
ing able to observo them,,-Our
siego guns and light batteries opem
cd ,v'ith inurderousftectraHY
strewing tho groiffiifVikh 'jnon and
harses. I had halted Stanley four
miles out ou the Murfrccsboro road,
lie at onco crossed his forces over
at Height's mills, vigorously ah
tacking Forrest's division, moving
J();vu on tho Lewisburg pike, capi
turina' B1X P'1(VU3 ot at'tillory and
some tv liumll,?.a Prisoners; but
owing to t unhivorab o nature
of the country "ss unable to hold
them being aWkcJ Sajly8'
pcrior numbers, Hanked and
nearly surrounded. OuM" lbink.lh
ed, and wounded and p
less than three times that i,
Thep were repulsed on all b.'1''
and driven until darkness prove.11
ted the pursuit. Captain Mclntyre,
of tho Fourth Regulars took the
battery and prisoners, bringing oil'
odd of the hitter.
"G. GRANGER, Maj. Gen."
The IvEgimexts akd Batieuies
to he Filled. According to Gen
eral Order No. 35 thcro will bu a
general muster of all the troops ser
ving in the Army of the Potomac
on the lOlh instant, and tha mus
ter rolls will be immediately there
after sent to the udjutajitigeneril'
of the army for the use of the proi
vost-marshal .in making drafis to
fill up regiments and batteries to
the proper complement.
To bu SentSovth. It is announ
ced that hereafter all persons arrcs.
Jed for disloyal sentiments, and re
fusiV'n t0 tako the oath of allcgh
ance, wl.'l Lc sent to the Confeden
Return of Pesekteur. It ap
pears that only two .hundred and
twenty deserters have availed llienn
selves of the proclauiation to re
turn to the army. This leaves the
whole 125,000 to be tried and shot,
eis soon as eauyht, as wc were told
the shooting would begin immedi
ately af the" 1st instant. Another
statement says that desci'tCl"5 have
peen forwarded from dill'crent por
tions of the country to the army at
the rale of fifteen hundred per day.
It tins ratio is continued it is
thought that one half of the absen
tees will be back by the middle of
the month, while tome members
of Congress have been informed
that the return of deserters so rapi
idly will postpone the conscription
much longer than was anticipa
ted. No Mouu Neuuo Volvxteefs.
No more negro regiments are to be
raised by volunteering. Colored
patriotism has been found to bo at
a woeful discount, and will be here
after drafted under the conscript
Affairs with Great Biutaix,
It is said tin t the War Committee
have very strongly urged the Pres
ident to re-call Mr. Adams and
give Lord Lyons his passports, un
less tho English Government im
mediately puts a stop to the onerai
tions of Confederate privateors um
tier the shelter of the English Hag.
Letters irom Washington reprci
sent our relations withd'eat BriW
ain as extremely critical. Thccori
respondents about tho fitting out
ot the pirate Alabama, has been
conducted by Earl lltissell in what
is considered an uiilrieudly. tone,
and is said, he absolutely refuses to
give the satislaction demanded by
the administration. Secretaries
Seward and Welles are reported in
favor of keeping cool. The tvrxt
few days will, it is thought, bring
forth important movements and
Fjjaus Extektaixkd ix Wasiiiso
tox. Gen. Lee, it is thought, con
templates a backward movement
on Washington as soon as Gen.
Hooker makes an advance towards
Richmond. Lee, with a consider
able force, U in the Slicnaudoah
Ws-uin-gton, AprlLll.TrA immor
is iii eixjciilatioifthat MeCjcjraji &H9
tendered luff resignation; Vv H
.The war Pepavtmc-jit.hfis decked
tb'at i tic jrouBtet lout; of the j&wfc
yearCkuori' 'ituft 4jto fanft-ttelr
muster i'nto thd'icrvicb 6f the Uni
New Youk. April 13. A riot toi
day between tho negro and Irish
niOUrClS Was UIIU DUIIUUO ui a miiw
The Irish, aro iiiid Jo hiy cpfiiW"
ced tli'e diiliculty.by hurling missi
ilos lit the nesrrocs. driviug them
off a pier into a boat. O.uo of the
uogrocs lireclja'pistpii jwpuonif
.Tnni'nfi AiraV in th head; not sern
ously. Another account says Agar' ft,
u-onnd was lniueiuu my un-
tbrowji by one of tho-wob behind
dim. Tim riot was soon after stopi
ped by tho police.
Washington, 'April W The ac
count of the Chavlestou figlit4says
Unit i tho: MEauadroii arrived olt
m,..,.l.iKii mi tlin rriOrniriCOf thol
5th, and spent the.'diiy'oyamiiiLiigftrive
bars and channels, ine wiau ocmg
too, high to cross that evening.
. The Admiral disclosod -liis plan
of attack, which was to sail direct -
lv up and attack the north1
.t..L' L. (l..mt- f Iiiid nr (1(1
iaCO 01 JL UI U uumivi u uvv l
yards. - i !.'.'
About eight o'clock Monday
morning a signal for movement was
given, uud the vcssels started slow
ly. In consecpicncc of the fog, howi
vor, they were obliged, to postpone
intetiueu attacic tin next nay.
thn 7tli, at i: U ' i . m., ,iue
under way, and passed
nd batteries without bc-
ALorris isia . pnHhin,, jt on to
r T I
mg iireu upoL. ; Q J)ew Ir(nisiJe8
ward bumtcr. ,onsoqnence
worked badly, an. , , Jancl.
oflhe current was o..1 ' M
.'. ,1 fii.cf imnii . 1110
hawkeii, was within 500 y
Point ...Battery, ,Jn..,
Sumter and Battery B inunediil'e-
ly opened, a,nd tlio actibu'.-bccamti.
c-ciicral and terrific. ' ,. ,. .
'Plw tnnllnractiTl 1'iiiilirxl oil. l'f.
plying' vigorously, -and passed the
north eait .'faco -of. Sumter, - when
they discovered "three, line of, ob
structions holding, torpedoes,:. Ac,
one of which exploded, but did no
L'rcat damage,' " " ' .,
Finding it .impossible to, .get;-
across the ousirucuous, ujcy u.nn
cd about and steamed down the
harbor. The I'atapsco's 200, pound
er had become disabled, ail cl the
turret of ihc'Passaic so bent a3 to
phuc that vessel practically out of
use. Other boats al;o passed up to
the north east face of Sumter till.
thev also were etoppcti by tlie obi
structions, a nt! turned back.
After bt'in " under fire tlirco qimr
tcrs of an hour, mi-im. J1U11U"'8
were ordered 'back,' and at five
o'clock the entire fleet was out of
range, and the action ceased..
Admiral Dupont intended to rci
new tlie attack next day, but on hsi
certaining that tho ICookuk and
l'liBsaic were entirely disabled, and
three others partially so, he cos.
eluded to desist, in which ho vu-
suBtained by all the eommnnrlcras
Tho Al'jintors were nit irom mty
to sixty times each, except tho Ke
okuk, which received about ui'uety
shots, and was penetrated at watct'i
mark uo less than nineteen' times.
She was kept afloat till next mor
ning, when 6he 6uuk on she bar,
her colors Hying, All on. board
were saved. The Ironsides was hit
about sixty times, but not dama
ged. '. i , . .
The 77ic.s'' special gives the fol
lowing list of casualizes ;iv the
2f all ant: ' ;'.' : . :.
Commander Downs, slight com
tusion in foot; Pilot Isaac Scafiield,
severe contusion in neck and shoul
ders, doing A-ell; Quartermaster
Cobb, compound fracture of skull,
3'mce dicdjthreb seamen, Bllghtly.
Keokuk Commander A. C
Rhind, contusion of .the leg;
Nicholson, ami; slightly! threrj seat
men seriously, and "seven i others
slightly. 1 ' 1 ; 1 ;l; ;' ;'.
The Express publishes a let
ter just received from Illinois, writ
ten there by another gentleman,
who had just come .ipver . the lines
from Mississippi,1 and 'the Express
says, "what ho states can be relied
unou." Ho says:. I was in Kodncy
from 4th of Fiibruary.'to 22d, came
liome via Grenada -and Memphis,
ard had no,: trouble.' The people
arc far: more trco in action : and
Bpeecb there tlmn we ore: tucyr do
not arrest any one ior nnusing jar.
Davis. I honestly tell youl one
thing, the planters have jdoutyof
to run the blockade. Tho wrk
squadron, when fuch 'things'
rn. !..' "...
everything; the culture of cotton is
not'thought-pf. His now, who can.
raise-"most .corn, turn out best beef,
hogs, &c. &c. I ate better bceL
rmuHoiiJaiVd pork at Rodney, thnrj
I e,vcr- psieiTin inai couuvry
fore', IPtovisions aro abundant;
"bVitter 25.' to 50c; beef 18c; mUtj
kdfit Monaco n, 75c. pcr4Jj. If
war fends inHwo years, tho meri
chants will b? able to pay all they
ow'tr-swth-ieir cotton, and have
plenty on hand to bcirin business.
October next to shoo tho South
- - . , ( - n
HI W Vino. J. ii v r vJ . w 'www
ly quiet ana obedient .here, uo
troublo in tho world. No attempt
atjnsurrccj;ions,has been made iu
any' $a At ipf fiiQ ounlry.
o, Tlia -WubUiugtoii- ClonioU,
the Administration orgau, says: y
; ; Wo have been permitted to see a
private letter, received by a gentle
man in this city, from a correspon
dent in Nassan, which states that,
oii.lari .average,' Iw'O' Vessels si day
arrive. m -that place loadyJ with
,iHrtA H aiim'n'AMiA tkni- .rvin
lcl.. 0f Xiifo'Jvfttoi: : Vrotcsf.es to UO'in
favor of the -Union, and intimates
tjia tljoiinust baaome dereliction
nv Akv on tho Oat-t of our blockai
arc done. 1 ho , writer; lnoreovej-,
says that many . pepplo in ass'nu
state openiy mat some oipur ouu
ccrs in command of the blockading
fleet connive at these things. We
have no reason to believe that si'icli
is'thc'fact, .siiir wo db pot doubt
there "may lbe at certain points a
want of vigilan'vo. , It. will boar cxi
aminatiou at least.
AFAtU'itn. The complete fail
ure of tho Ilaine's Bluff movement
is vouched ,1'ori by passengers who
arrived at Cairo on the 3d.
BoTA new canal is t6 De cut in
't.ho vicinity of. ieksburg. Ihe
is under the dii
of Colonel Bissell, who cut
., j,am,l at Island No 10,
: t(.;ct' id, from tiio limpv
'l.Lr n' ;'' above Young'a
tl'Vlit it ill.
S(. H-rmYs Vtf.'c'nve. v. .J......
snnin rli.-it:inCii. be!'"W
"en to n
Tlie' use of thU canal , wa
that our gunboats inud traiispo.1-
once safely below Ararrei:tot.,
ma(y- ikne its battery "
tioops Will W V. to .lattnU .t CI
pyits bight.-,, and thus threaten
Vicksbnrg's rear from below in the
same1 lnaiiner 'that our at tack on
IJIain.es' Bluit'.wmild throateu.it a.
Wove-. "1 Moreover, we could ascend
Big Black Jviver far. hi" the rear of
.Yicktohurguud cut off a-retreat.
New York Post, 13th.
The Houston" (To.; as) Xev:s pubi
jlishes an order Iroin tuorobci (icn.
m lutfj-iulor, in relation to the
exportation of cotton. Magruder
says it is impossible to sustain the
army on the Texas fiontier without
ptirchasing, with - cotton, supplies
brought from foreign' countries.
lie lias, 'thercforrJ, granted "to all
person the privilege of transport!
ing cotton to. jthc Mexican frontier.
'Iho cotton is to be valued at 100
per bale, and. importers of supplies
or goods will be allowed ' to export
cotton to the amount ofthocnstonii
house value, of their original invoii
ces at the port of: entry, with oue
hundred per cent, added. Govcriu
ment agcnt3 and, the people alike
are to be. governed by these rules,
and supplies of goods imported, if
imported to enable the importer
to export cottou, will liolbe permit
ted to leave "that department. By
this. arrangement (says tho.ATci'').
it U to.,ue Aiopeu . xuai yppnes oi
pro-vision,' goods wares and nier.
ohandise will be easily and abuluh
tiiitly provided for tho soldiers In
Cincinnati, April 15.
. EUTTKB-r.pvine to uhuice, 2j(;2"c.
k'GHKKSB Vf. H. ' lei' 1 .
JXififJ ISc fVT doz.
G -10 fur family. -'
-.ORAIX The demand far Wheat is im
proved, the market in firm at SI 2N(,1 'SO
for prime Kcd,.au(l 1 3a for White.
Corn is dull at tile in 'bulk, 1 j(Te. in
cluding sacks. ' . ' '
Oats are 'in but limited request nt C7e. in
bulk, and ISc. sacks Included.
' live. is quoted at 98o.(?$l.
' We' nuojo Bnrleyat$l 5ll(fjl 5."ifor prime
tb choice l ull, and $1 451" 50 for the
sumo grades of State Spring. ' ' 1
HAY S17C?.18 per tun in bales.
PROVtSlUNS Mess Povlv', ?H 5014
perilled A V
Bulk lbims Clc.
Lunl.14e.ii i i i-.ii..;.-.
,. I'OrTATOrvrrSl lOii-V-U fi'duv5t''te,fur
forltoly.tonycaitwl Beef nd
, WIL5Q"& MEYER,
fMj.D kanfY THE BKEP EAT-
INCTTm.eni of Eton and yieimtr.
tlint they have just opened
ON BARON STREET. Ona BoorHortli
. . K . . 4 , t . ,i wrt t. L
., , mi - 1
country ,can allord. Tuey are ditermmed
to mwif.lUe puUic- oa.gooH tUHlt for the
"Heady John," and auk a liberal ehara of
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. LEGAL NOTICE.
wcum. ,- thVa;jj4Sa3-i,MWCf , be
, or m Haj.dvl:w,w.w,A 'K.
WUliaoa rtinc Ai'fjW
W Peter IM-sffinftirrd PmW Probate
of Peter IM-sfiin d
Mary Harsliman, wiuow,
to tiU land to
L Josepl .Uarsbiyan yid,
rpO JosorlJjrrilrrflm Petor Harshman,
X nrf.Sltt&4lBB5rUiM), who resido in the
State of Illinois, Barbara Glines and Jamei
. (itfuf;,rfifiT.dtTh'UrftUfo of Iowa,
HiirsbSfiorn,1 UdcenScflr1- toVtUKo 13lh day of
Aptil, A..t)...la6r,:flteiItii85jii4Mun in Ihe
1'io'jataCouri-ipllioniihJ for lliP County of
,.I,,r.eblq,iiii4 5Ul(tvt91lip,l4tWfftht the
personal estate ill nnul decedent iiL insutS-
uclmiiiisteiyy Jiuf etatcj. that be died
sciKt,'itio''pl6,wJffla following da
Sli' W:f e) BWe;iitWMe iJHinty i,f
ITi'liIiVaWf JStHC.OiMWO io-wn:
Tract Mo L-TJhltttt haUeflaife North
west, .qii;irtoc.,fsC4iiity ,WnJS(9) of
Township tfo. cifht (8) of JUHMoki. two
(2) I'.ast. ClllllllilliHU'0Tm(MOr C8H.
Xl'net Xu, 2-tt-A part of ilie north-cant
(iini UT of sni tjop jfi'o. nine (9) Townahip
No. ejght (tjjiUnjre Awo (2)Eit, 4c.,
contiiiniiifrjoTeaVill j nJfes.
Trorct No. iSi'tl'l oiili-wct quartor of
sectimi KojjiTHetjijDf Tj'nliip Ko. eight
(a) iifjUaiNWieJvo (12) East, &c.,(x
copt den iijuajfdbu ;of !tbo jliorlh west corner
tln'r(.'r,)outaiiuiijr'-4S0 acres more or lean.
Tract No. 4 A part of the South half of
tho south-east niiartcr-Of-Section. No. eiehl
VKmwt I (lt il'ftlii.XnrlliJisl VllRrter of
two (2) Ka.st. &e., coritaininif 117, 4G-100
Tract No. 5 The North end of the middle
Iw, lV) 1 1 Tolit jeSoftiance
kSo. tlvL(2) KaAJtiJtAtliMSOlscr.
"' Tract So. 0 Ten acres of land lying in
tho iiurUveat vscojf tho north-went
IcVM WetMhNyorcventeon (17) of
J'ownsliip No. ciirbt (HlJif lUngo . two
(2) Kast, &e., known as tho Stnckhoime Let.
Said tnictj aro particularly-described by
1 1. l , :.. r,.:,.., ,i
nar.li..:n. 1 "!. - 'amea S. (ilinea. Sallr
man, Lvtitin Kiinm. ' MiH Jo'Rfe
Iietli Itarshman, Mnry . Martin V. Tlarsh-Ilai-rict
Mills, John Mllr ffBe(fftiim
inwi, JiulindaiJa-nySiifla I'CS.'liiyiow,
ticllIUfSlithhif Tcfer Ittiw and La ftie of
a.i Km heirs at law, bold tho next eat.
Inb !n'i..:ioc theroin.
The object &ad prayer-of said petition it
fur the assignment of dower to gaid Mary
Jlai'ilunan, and for, a sale qf ayj rtniiM,
or s6 mnch 'tlierebf'as may Tie"" accessary to
pay the debts, of , said dccodenUtp ftVld
Kiibject to said I dower estate;
.. Said pcliiion wj'.ll bo,fcr .Wrirituon, the
19th rfitvlir Mivry; JH. if; WtorMTrfon
James Dcniston's folate.
L inimstrator of the eitata of Jamee
Ucuiston, late otti'MIe county, Ohio, de
ceased. JAMES CAMPBELL. Adm'ft
Jacob P. Mhey's Estate.
undersigned has been duly appojntyd
and qualiticd Administrator, of tlie -
TrtllVT 11 Tl.-T?Vr A .1 -
J W 11 -1 X. UbUA, AUI11 I.
Gilinore & Campbell. Att'js.
April io, ibu;i ;
Peiniel Wright's Estate. ')
signed has been duly appointed and
qualified as Administrator of the estate of
Daniel Wriglit. Inte ot 1'rcblo county, unio,
decMii:! JV lWIOnwrVL
SOLOMON MOItNINGSTAE, Adm!r.
Gilmnre & Campoell, Att'ys.
April 16, 18153. 3t ' '
mMORE & C AMPBELL,
Attorneys & Counselors at Law,
AND NOTARIES PUBLIC.
tfS-Office-otvPa'fpa ginUwast side, fix
ioors north of'Ma'iratrSa-i
January 1, l?62-y
HAMILTON OHIO. .