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. 2d) tor.
for liiieotentnt Governor;
tUoB, GEORGE E. PUGII.
'"'t' ''" AtodKorbf State:
tfXUUU D. HUBBARD.
u l i'(itiern Court Judge:
i , ., , ?. VAN TRUMP.
Mnbr Board Pnlilic Works:
d D JOHN IlJ HEATON.
.warTht Editor of this paper does
nti hold himself responsible foi the
ipiftions exprmtd by his correspond
entlt;, The writer, and not the Editor
is rtsptnsible. ..... . . . , ..
1) ricjiiijs; aiid subsci ibera are,
watfdtibt not, aware that tho third
TdijgiQ will close witli tho Inst issue
in'-Avgust. Many of them, we rci
gf'S'tp ia We us for the present
yeajyiand borne for the preceding
Two' years. There are! also a tow
items for job-work' and advertising,
which we would like to receive.
Those indebted to us will, please
take' notice, that, we respectfully
and kindly insist upon the pay
mant of all, dues by the
15th of August, 1863,
A.11 accounts uot 'settled by that day
ill forthwith bo' placed in the
.luads of, the Justs'f the difler,
,nt townships for collection. We
jhave' eohie 'heavy payments
unalco: in 'August; and' wo wish to
Aio'eejhe''. hipw, !Vluhio witjj
cleoribodks, and if this notice is not
jUtende'dt'o, our friends must not
jthi'ftk it hard if we take losal n.ea.
u res, .Jo'. procure payment of our
jast dues, which we certaiuty shall,
if ather means fail. -.u.-.i .
nWo must apologize to our
reader lot. our late W this tveek.
We awunable to proiure any as-
Istwree, thus having only one hand
to do ally.! Qur friends must there
fore bear with vs.;
"War this week precluded
from. ouikiiag any remarks of our
owa, in consequence of tlie inon
dinit . length of the two' letters
bfct W'Jute'rt. '; WV bave been
coiapefled, from want of space,
ajiridg "Qcar'i" , letter : indeed,
jfc4flt not iktia it prudent,
tatttidt tocWy, were :t iiot that
he U"wiflin''to' give lip 'his real
uanite,"1! required by parties really
aggrieved. - We do hope that our
corrtefyondents'-rvill ( limit1 thorn
any tu9iijnmnlcutiipus(.; :
UiWfl'aMjr ftg'rt''iii eonsc''
quetjflBjflkpio. press ofjothcr maUer,.
that ej larqiu nablo. to. pub-lish
patriotic Atl ie1dqiieut letter of
jjticas tonveuwuii... nc,iivi"i
publWlnit Bac.riaiMC "next: wock,i
whe' WhtopJ'ftUV'l'eaclera 'will
ruee it. carefully, r.nd 'cbmjftro'it
extraqgi.iiv.tlicijff cgtitev fifijiia
weekiiiiaintmo'i -' ''!
Falefli!)f-,'jjW -.iTlWfday, w'B8l-a
, crl dd't ucd'iBA- '':'', ,";
For the Democratic Press.
A Streake of Common Sense.
Mr. EDiTOR-Willyonboso kind
f ftrul obfigoli liberal Republican,"
by., givlrig tlie 'following ' mticlj
friin tlio Cincinnati1 Commercial, n
Vmlace to the columns of your paper.
for the epecial -benefit of tljo edi
tor of the Register, nnd n few more
in Eaton of the same calibre. If,
coming from the source it does, it
can l.ave any effect upon the little,
narrow contracted and bigoted soul
of Morris and his satellites, old
neighbors and friends might ngain
be seen in social converse, and ma,
ny who have been driven from our
town to other places of, business,
through intolerance and bigotry
and a safety of their lives, could
again be induced to return, and
Eaton look abroad as if. it was ln
habited bv christians and Dtiilun
thropist.,' instead of devils incar.the
nate. Tlie Commercial correspon
dent must certainly havo been in
and around Eaton, to have drawn
such a life-like picture of the oppo
nents of the democratic party, or
else he was a very careful observer
of tho columns of the "Register,"
where just such doctrine us lie bo
heartily condemns, id every week
preached and encouraged. Wi.l
the. editor of .that paper read anil
releut, and change , his infamous
uud degrading course : !
, JlOltHOW COUNTY VMuN SIKETIXG.J
Corrciponiluiico Ci,m:iiimiti Cuwniirc'ul.
Bad Conduct of Union Men
The beat of causes may haveini.
prudent advocates, who, against
tho advice' of the judicious, may
conduct themselves improperly toi
ward their opponents. VVe have
been grieved to eee such conduct
ut several of the Union i.icuti uiir
we have attended recently; and, in
hope ot cliecking its increase, we
toe! it to be our duty to sptak ot it
here. -.It is the intolerance of a
certain class of Union men toward
their opponents, which muoifests
itselt by assaulting every man who
halloos for VallanUighani, not only
on the ground where a Union muoi
uugis ueing neiu, vui in uie hiu
lie Btreets where all : havo epual
Until war shall be declared in
tho North and we think disloyal
persona can be managed here witm
out ihat uo man has a rifht to
knock another down tor tlie ex
pression of his opinion. It is a vi
olation of law which, if allowed to
ini'-eaHtf, as it seems to be loin,',
will end in 'anarchy and bloi ds-h-'d
worse than war. It is tho ppirit of
the mob, and not of lawiabidiirg,
good Union citizeus. lteaiisud Pad
toreboilings to see this kind ot ion
duct in Delaware and Mt. Gilead;
and more hockiug siill was it, in
the latter place, utter one hud been
knocked down, ft see his compan
ion fleeing for his life, with a crowd
of a 'score or two pui suing and
I'ick'uiff up bncits and stones to
hurl at him, as though ho were a
w ild beast. -
Such conduct is the legitimate
fruit of the advice given, we arc
sorry to eay, by one or the Uuioii
speakers recently, that when men
wero seen wearing untternut enii
blemn, Union men should quietly
approach them and tear them from
their fastenings. We could hardly
believe our ears when we heard it,
for it is so utterly at variance with
the observance' of ' law and 'order,
and bo in1 keeping with that they
liuve always condemned in the op
popifon. ' Ve do not believe ho
thbnghtserio'tisly.of what he was
saying.'; '. ' ; ':
For the "Democratic Press."
Editor, Northern Aholi
tionism' hhd Sonthcrn Fire.cater
tsm v.cre,' for years lifter, their ap.
pBrance in their respqgtivc Jbori-
?.Bng, productive of little olgo than
pity utid' contempt. 'i Tlicy have'
length involved this'great'IIep'ub-
lic in' th'q. hoi'i-ora pf thq, iiiost8;i-
j civil war known toi Hie
i''w(pr)d. ' 'Wh'emi littlo' more than
two yeata. ago,; .the 1 rcuc'lers
Lato : located nihovg lis,1 and the
black-hearted, scouutlrolly liar
, jtlve Vii'iiir-eo'inuienoed- agitating
.ijtj tor mobs and mob violence, but low
permitted thcnel ves for a moment
to suppose,, thai (beir labors cpuld
hermaphroditic portion of tho
so soon be crowned with Bucccs(j.
IJut, to show that time, patience
and perseverance may accomplish
the worst, ns readily as the best rot
stilts; let' me point you' to a fow of
them. ' . : !(!.y, N; y s-
On tlie 4tb of', July, tho; Domnc
racy of-tho county met near the
town, nnd held a regular, oM-fWli-ioned
Celebration. At this, our
Abolition cousins took umbrage,
and, in the evening, the 'masculine
port'o i of the Registerized branch
of tho party, to the number, of
from ten to twenty, got hold' of a
young man from tho country, by
the tiaW of Jones, who, they
learned was a Democrat,' and. they
beat him, kicked him, Btoued him,
run him into the outskirts of tlie
town, caught him, brought,- him
back, and' threw lifrh intojuil.
While tills formula was being filled,
party, dressed in female apparel,
wero busying themselves in at
tempts to rob country girls of such
ornaments as they considered enn
blcmutlu of Democracy. For all
these 'outrage', not only wern tliere
no arrests made, except that of the
injured nun, but their black heart
ed Ed' for, in his next is.-uu, en
dorsed the whole himself voluntar
ily, manufacturing fom whole
cloth, and adding to his endoivin'
lion, the known and malicious lie.
ihat Jones had hurrahed for Jell'
On the 15th, while sorin wcr
the pursuit of Morgan Eaton bo.
made, to some extent, a plac.i
for both organizing and disban ling
militia companies that samu
iiranMi, i. c. the masculiuo portion
of them, including a few incbriuut
returned soldiers, pitched into Vhih
ip Ileicluird, a Democratic black
smith from the country, who, being
on his way to camp, happened, us
a part ot his equipage, in addition
to the proscribed cup and blankot,
to have a good'sd-ied btitchcr knil'o
on his person. With this, in de
fending himieif, ho wounded Thilip
Hinclvlo senously, but not danger
omly. He was immedi.itoly taken
into custody by Constable Knigg,
and he and llinckio both taken, a
f.qtuio dislaiit, to a drug s:ore, to
ge'. tlit ir woiindsdrcssed.Mle'u-hai'd
being womiilod -with' stones, or
8'ime othsr hard substances. Here,
however, ho was pursued by the
inluriatetl patriots! seeing which,
ho hid himself behind the counter,
but th followed him in, searched
for him, found him, giapp'e I with
him, and dragged him out ; thote
who could not got near him, hurl
ing stones nt liira from where they
were. In this extremity, to aavo
his own life, ho again resoitel to
his knife, with which; in the strag
gle, lie wounded two of them mor'i
tally ; one being a soldier from the
Northern, and the other from the
Southern aimy, for which he was.
very properly, confined in tho jail;
but not a tingle man on the other
side was arrested, or, bo far' as cau
be learned, oven censured by the
public authorities, or by the leaders
of the party. Indeed tho better
opinion seems to be that they wore
incited to it and urged on ny thorn.
On tho name -day, some half doz
en patriotic female rounders at
tacked a lady ''from tic country,
whoso liufcband was alroady in the
army, nnd vvho had accompanied
relation of hers to town, vhi':wu8
on his way to join in the pursuit
of Motgun.JiTlicy followed her tc,
and for some timo beseiged her in;
tho houBo. of a tVlend, but after
vainly 'attempting to get her out,
raised the siege, and left. They
waUbel her however until she
ci'.mo out and started home, when
they reappeared in forco, and pelt
ed her soundly ith rotten eggs,
and,' as some say, vjth stones also.
The lady is said to be a Kepublii
can, but if so, sho was mistaken
for a Democrat. As usual, tho
whole thing passed off among ur
loyal authorities, as simply a firsti
class joko all perfectly loyal.
On tho next day, a devout mcm
bcr of the party,: took; .offense, ut
something said by a.Domocrat on
tire 'street, and nssu'led him with
stones, one of which struck him
on the shin, inflicting a terrible and
lasting wound. "' "
Thus I have given you a few of
the fruits of the labored efforts a
mong us ot a half dozen preachers
of discord, and hate, aided by a
scoundrelly, blackihearted, lying
Abolition Editor.' "
Lincoln u majority ot live limn
ing ' I'd votes, is tho last (jtiarter in
I.TIiere are more ways than
one of accomplishing almost any-
thirg; and tha one adopted de.
peuds very much pu taste, or uatui
ral character! As an illustration,
the following is commended:
We learn mat on the night of
tho 8th instant some perion or
lert-ons unknown, by mentis of n
ladder, entered the back window
of the office of the l'r.ivost-Mar-shal
of Bradford county, in the
town of Troy, and stole t herefrom
all tho b o'is, papers, vouches,
Dhinks, &e, iii.T a nin ' an-lle
longing to tlie ilratt in
trressiniial district. It
Ilia! C, i
lieniled tnat tins i oui,o y will cause
a suspcuMou ot thi--.il ra ft in tho
ili.-tri.ct for tome weeks, as a vast
ii 1 1 1 1 ii ii t of labor must be iorl'orniu'1
licii'i'o tlie pmiers can iiiiiu lie
made ready lor drafting. Most of
lli.l HIM...1 hi. ,r :K j l. l.l
i.v . 1 1 1 v. i . i ii .it..v.i.7 i.,.i;u I.
t i..iani..ii t it.Miir i.i Hi i n ii ... . 1 1 ... . . i. f
j..,... .v V...J.J v. . vil. ..infill,
Tho intensely "loyal" enmity of
Bradlopd, vl.ich aavo I'resideiit
wliicli wo slioultl expec' to see
resistance to the draft iiuiuguratud.
Are tho Abs getting shaky in tho
faith? Can't they stand a little
draft? If these outrages had been
committed iu Berks county or Now
York city, what a howl again it
tho "Ci ppcrheads" would go up
from tho Abolition camp! As it is,
that which would bo treason in
Berks is simply an "irregular proceeding"
iu Bradiord. Jlarrisburg
THE CATHOLIC CLERGY AND
Comment bus been e.vcited by
tho disproportionate iiunibei- ot
Catholic clergy us compared to
Tritcstant ministers, who havo
been drawn, iu places whoio the
draft litis been completed. This
curious and most un-American con.
irivaiteo ot Yaif! eo cNto:iesj has
been wonderfully shaped to avoid
those- a fair conscription would
have hit. 'hopoor man ought, to
luvo been. spared rather, tli.ii the
man of means. Tho reverse is the
galling and exasperating fact. S ,
surd), it wore fair th.it iho clergy
oftheio sects that have prcaciiod
ami prayed this war into existence,
sliou'd now go and ght it out
but ior the Catholic clergy, who,
with excoptioiiBso rare as to prove
the rule, nave abstained from all
political agitation, and have ap
proved thoniselyes a menofpeare
it is mdftt unfair that 1 hey should
bo subjected to the unprovoked in
sult of being drafted to shoo and
stab their fellow-men, and thus
depose themselves from the oxer
cue of the sacerdotal office. Y"t
the Yankee draft cut precisely
the oiher way. Married men a
bove thirty-fiTe are exempt from
tho first draft, while unmarried mo,
according to its terms, are aubjoot
tin. I lie liotesittnt clergy are
g-3iierally man led, while the Cat hi
ohc clertry arc bound, ov II1011
vows, to celibacy. Freeman's Jour
nal. .'.;-.. -
Ekancis I'. lJLAitt, the father
of the present I'oStnia-'ter General
sjioko as follows is a powerful oilit-.
otial articul in lho Wus.hiujr mi
Glo'ie, when ho was its editor, in
the nay of Jacksjk's admiuistrai
lion. Hear l:ini: 1.' , '. ..
."Under no jiossiljle eniorf;eney,
not evttii 5n civil insurrection, or
amid the throes of civil war, can
this Govorniuent ?ustify official in.
tpiferenoo with the freotlom of
speech, or of tho : iress, pml more
than it can with the freedom. of
the ballot. The licentiousness of
the tongue nnd tho pen is a minor
evil compured with tho licentious,
noss of url'krary power. V
jtjMRcrnoinbor the Preble annu
al Fair, next month. ...
Couldn't Make It.
Notwithstanding tho mass of evh
deuce to tho contrary, some silly
people imagine that tho rebels are
in sympathy- with Vallandlgham.
A few people of the kind that
have water on tho brain, acting up
on this opinion, tried to make a
little parry enpita! out of tho Mori
gnu prisoners. Onb man went to
thojaiT window, and winking at
the bystnnilers, said,"Let'sJsee what
they think , of VaKuudighani."
"ilullo,"suli ho to tho prisoners,
"what r'o yon fellows think of
Vnllandigham?" "We bolieve him
to be," answered the rebel spokesi
nu n, "as bad an enemy as we have
ivthe. North? lie's as much for
the Union as any man you've got,"
Another ' rich scene occured at
the depot as the main" body of
Morgan's men paRseJ" through to
Columbus. "Well, boys," asked a
full blooded Abolitionist, with a
patronizing air. "I suppose yon
are all Vallandlgham men?""D n
was theren'v "I
W118 tne rep y, 1
, ........ Vuh.h, .xp jr,
1.111. IIIU. HIP. UUII I
to." The infusion of the interloc
utor at this unexpected reply can
be hotter imagined than described.
HnSTho New Haven Palladium
publishes by authority the names
,.f I'semv.tB hi that town, and the
diseases that nfllict their
.1- ..!... ..!!.. !...!.. 1. ,..!:.,
IJiM I I
lor which they were
'I ll's we belie e is a part of Fry's
decision. It is tin outrii''o, and
mean ennnh to disirrnce
nibal Disease is a misforiune, and
liseased ami tlisaiMOii men arc it
iiirthon to an anuv. The United
States will not receive them; tho
iw exempts them. Why then,
. .. ..
up to the ciize ot the
I lifir deformities and
minVorfiuerJ Is it to humil.ite wor.
thy, though itiifortunatc men?
Jl'irtfml Ti ues.
NORDYKE & JOHM30N,"
C DKAI.EHS IN
Furnaces & Stoves,
AND .MAMTACTTItr.na 'T
Tia, Coppar, and Sheet Iron Ware,
CITY' 8T0VH STORH,...No 77 Main St.,
, Richmond, Indiana.
Jot Work done by ExjiorioncoJ W .rkmen.
S&'Couii, I'jrlor, Church t Shop Stovu.-i.
Auuat 11!, 1S5;1 Urn.
Alcxaii'lor C. Ford 1
Clmrli's J:Kiin, Atlin'r
of liidiurd J q 11 a , doe'd I
tt ul. j
BY virtue of an order of sale ifsnod by the
C.iurt of'tliimtn in I'loas ot IV'-b'.c coun
ty, Ohio, in tlie nlwve stnti'd cuse, nnrf to
tins Slii-iiH' ot s:i'nl cou ii ty directed, 1 will
oiler fur sale ut j.ublic miction, nt thj door
of the Court Uuuso in Union, on
Saturday, Rciitirnbjr 12, A. i. 18G3,
b"twoin the hours of I und 4 oVloc-k, P. M.
ot enul day, the loll)win Itcui Estate, situ
nln in 1 re!) 0 county,' Uhin, and lMiimluii
nnil dcnbed fts follows, to wit The North
half uf tho Noi-lhi-nst tnurlcr of .Si'Ct'iin No.
oiht (t) in Township No nine (9,) and
Uanirc !io. two (i) bint, &c., containing su
acres, m in) or loss, excpjit 7 acres en the
North side, deeded to Frnnn MuWiiintiey,
s id subject to tho life annuity of llcbecsa
Appraised nt $2,620 09.
JOHN B Mi CLEAF.
V ' Sherif of Prohlo couity.
Gu norc & CAMPuei.tr
August 13 18J3 tds. Pr. f .i'. 2.
Dison Davis, Executor of")
the las t will 4c. of Preble county
David Davis, dee d, vs. Pfubute Court'
Levi Davis, et aL- ' J
T N mrsuaoc of an order (ranted by the
X rrobau uourt or rrente aonnty, unto, is
tne aboro cause, 1 will offer for sale at pub
lic auition. on the premises, in Somers
lownslup, rrc-bie county, Uuio, on
Saturday, Soptombor 12, 1863,
at 1 o'clook P. M. of said day, the following
described ileal l'.state, situate in tin-county
ol Treble and Htnte or Uhio, and descr.bid
as lollows : lioiiiir one huiiui'Hd ami eighteen
ne.-cs of land, oil' of the Unst sid-! of tha
Nort;nr.st n inner of .Section No one (1,) in
lo-wu-d.ip No. six. ifi,) ,lu liuno No. two
(2.) Kant, hs. ' '
Al'Pi'niaod at 8
' -Term of Sale : .One-third, of . the pnr;
cliuse money caa'a In bund, one-third in ono,
aiid the ri-.si.luo in two years from, the day
of sale; deferred nayme.iiU ta bear intercut
... l! --I.' .1 l' .1 !.
irom u:iy 01 Bine, uuu oo bl-cuhju uj- muri
011 tlie promises, -.; .
p' ; " DTsOrTDAvis, ;;. '
Ex'r of David Davis, dee d.
' F'oos & HrKfiiEXs, Att'ys for Kx'f.
August 13,. 1.SG3 tds ... 1. Pr, f. S3 25.
WINTERS & ACHEY,
North Karon L, bct.wetii Main
EATON, 0JII0 ''" dei
' John Brown : ) .- Pteble Common
VS - Pletl
Eli Brown et. at. J In Partition
ritHK above named defendant! Eli Brown,
JL illiam Brown, tlenry Bonier and Ma- '
ry House r his wife, barahfiet, Jamn Alei
umler and Bulla Alexander hil wife, Wil
liam Bum a, Michael Banta, Jacob Trnger
and Kuthel Truger his Lwil'e, Joseph Banta,
Surah (Juuper. Oi ore Ott and liiij Olt hit
wile, l-'redunck Brown, Kli Look and Sarnh
Lock his wile, George W. Brows, Jesse OR
ii ii J Poeiu Ott his wife, Thomas Gaff and
Alalia Guff lug wile W illiam Brown, Oeat
hurt Brumbnueh, and UeUa Braabaagb
his wile, Daniel Brown, John A.Otta oiinot
Surah -jl. : Crisler, Elmin trtattr, Mlary
(JnulT a minor, William P. Crisler miner,
aiid Mildred Brown, widow of George Brown
Are hereby notified that on the 1st. da of
Ai'Kint.A. i., 1803; the lien aaated (i
ti n -r John Brown, filed in the Clerks Of
lieu of the Court, of Copiaom Fleas within
and for the Comty ot Preble, aad State of
Ohio, his petitiou against yot aa defen
dants; wherein the petitioner demand par-'
tition of the following Real Kstate; ai Wate
in tne county of I'reu.e, and State, of Ohio,
and described as follows to-vit:'
The east half of the Norta-oosf UArtaf. of
t-eotion number twelve (II), in Iowabi
tve (11. in lowoaaio
"nb,!r l9)' ranjo amaiMff ,wo (J)
4 exceutio. ouelanof iaal ral tt
,-v4c . ?xceplini ou.
tn west aide thereof co rayed by Xicnael
Brown in his lifetime to George Brown, nnd
which is more particularly iitcribet in' laid
deed of conveyance., and tepttap, also' n
strip of hind one hundred feet in wiOU'coM-J
m!iicing ou the south side of the Dayton
and Western Bail Uuad at a point on tho ,'
west line of said bi.lt' quarter, where said
mud crosses miij lioe, and eztondiltg; thence
oimtwnrd nlonv' the south side of said
red feet, and which . said
....ii ... ki..4 ua tviiiku uj IUV BUIU .n,"
c-t.im 1 l'.iown in hinlil'i'limn tn hn mumii
.... I .......... J .L. :J tft
owun l' suid roml and particularly describ-
111 O'edei d of convejnnce, and excepting
also u'jjut one half of one acre of laud ou
the No;-t!i side or cud (if said half quarter
conveyed by the snid Michael Brnwu, dee'd,
in his lifetime to Joseph Drown, and purlieu,
lai ly ilest-ritjed in suid deed of conveyance,
The suid half of said quarter containing-
ulti-i deducting said e.ce( ted parts, seventy
nine neres of land, more or less.
Also thu Aorthvvcjt traotionul quarter of
j section No. seven (7,) in Township No. lev-
I c" (,7') i r""oc Xl''rer(3, E.M1 "
cc in.i ten O'jrcs off of tuehust side tliero
of, conveyed by the raid Michael Brown,
('cAI, in his lil'utinio to Wiiliam lirown, and
ptirticiilurly described in snid deed of convey
iiuee, and containing, af.cr deducting said
cxoi'jitcd tract, one hundred and twenty-sevc-u
ncrca of lanj, raoro or loss. The said
two tr.icls continuing in tho uggrcnte, over
nnd i:;ova snid oxceptcd tracts, two hundred
nnd six acres of land, more or less: And
also for (lit) assignment of the dower of tlie '
snid Mildred Urown, in tho one seventh part
of snid lands, in case the Court shall tind
that the suid Mildred is entitled tharoto.
And tho said defendants are further noti
licd, thnt tho said petitioner at the next
term of raid Cour'., will apply for an order
that said' dower may bo assigned, and said
partition uude accordingly.
FOOti i STEPHENS, .
Att'ys for Petitioner.
Attest Ca. V. Lamh. Cl'k.
Augus 1, 1803. 7t , Pr. f. $17:00.
ominislrator's Sale of Real Et-tato.
Skinner Ji-rlan, Adm'rofl
lh-niy Parish, dee'd, j
Mary Jane Parish,
Hid olhcrs. .
IN pursuance of an order of m'e granted
by the Probate Court of Prcblo coen
u, Ohio, I vill oiler for sale at pnblio ano
tinii, On Saturday, September 12, 1883,
At one o'clock P, M , on the promises, j of
a iniic S nidi of Winchester, on the Middle
lmv:i Pike, the following described Real Es
tate, situate in the tou ny uf Preole and
State of Ohio, to wit: Ueing a part of the
Northeast quarter of Section No. 10, in
Township No. 4, of Kongo No. 3 East, 4..
and taken bit ot tlie houtu-wctt corner or
said quiirter, beginniug at a earner on lb
old sexington lloud, tlifjar itoutB 8J , nest
58 poles to a corner, thence Soath a East
IS poles and i links, to Sqture Littol sldte o)
corner, thonee North 8a East to a corner
in thu aid road, thence North 21 wast U.
the pluce of beginning. CoatainiBj oevett
acres ot land be the same m're or Um.'
Said premises are well ieniwd. bavjnc
thereon a cood 2 storr bona, food bora.
brick shop and other imprOrttaaatt, beiof
very aeniraniesiiuaii ta. ? - .
Appraised at ?3j0. -. - -Terms
of Sale : One-tbirt Mtfctft i4.
ont-third in one year, and -e)r-iat
yean from the day of asrlf, irb (MeMat,
the payment tob eecared by ssttaf
the premises old. - ' t ;'. '.
Adm'r of Henry Parish, dee'd. :
Oilraore & Campliell, Atty't.
AuguUfl, 18iiH-lw Prfl&M.
M&EE 8IEAYED. 5
STRAYED frr.m tlie snbseriber in Katon,
on Wednesday the 8th instj a Bay mare,
Hupposed to be 8 or 9 years old, heavy
b itlt, about 15 hands high, white hind feet
and longhair on tho pastara joints. 'Any
one finding such. animal Ul bo liberally
I. nt.tuuu lui lt,.,..... net W WIO, VI
formiug mo wliwe she may be found.
.'.ton, July 16, 1863. 46w3. .
"VTOTICE is hereby givon that a pe'itioit
il will be presented to the Commissioners
01' Preble County, Ohio, at their Beptcmber
Spsnion. ftskintr that a road mav ba laid out
nrul constructed from a noint on the road
lending west from Eaton where the road Groat
CrawfordsWIle South, connects with it at tho
north-east corner of Dixon" township. Sooth,
as nearly us may be found practionble, on,
tho line betweeosau' township and the town
ship of Washington, one wile, or therea
bouts, to a line already const rooted a said
township line, Norti and South.
July fit), 183 tt