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: : Editor
Thufisiy,: September 17, 1863'
Hon. 0. L.' VALLAND1GHAM.
For 'Lieutenant Governor;
. Hob. GEORGE E. PUGH.
: . : Auditor of State:
, ; WILLIAM HUBBARD.
' Treasurer of State;
..::. HORACE S. KNAPP. .
Supreme Court Judge:
. P. VAN TRUMP. '
Member Board Publio Works:
JOHN H. HEATON.
B"The Editor of this paper does
not hold himself responsible foi the
vinions expressed bu his correspond-
onts. .The writerand not the Editor
u responsible. '
The Draft in OVio of 11,500 men, which
Wit to hare commenced this week, bas bean
noatnont4. When it will take place, ire
; want two or three hun
dred new, and strictly boneet tub
scrlbers, who will pay ub In ad
' A number of "good Democrats"
are informed that we give them
the 19th day of this month, to pay
as for the paper, Funeral Carda,
and other iob work: We shall
ou hand, and will set apart the
19th, to receive new subscribers
and the money due to us, for a pei
riod of one year and a half, two
oars, and saveral for three years,
After the above date, (lflth,)
hall nroeeed with a determination
peculiar to our nature, to enforce
the immediate paymont of
t.i.f. 4n. m frnm MmloM
liei told by the daily papers,
the weekly papers ore compelled
ther to publish these lies, to please
their readers, or to remain silent
on the war question.
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th. .!! : tu
Secession Tlag still waves over
rorl Tberereal.yl. no end to
It U ranorted that thlrtv slaves
it ai. ' rr aViai AAti
their owners-not, however before
TAt-al of th.m ware wounded.
XT tiatr. al.ara aid that
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slave would get hurl between
two contending parties.
WaA ftf tha Bonth Will live
wish they had never heard of
Llnaftln'a emandaatlon r.roelama.
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'IiJs reported that the.main bod
rt " Rrtnfliiii rmv la nnar
Richmond, end -if so, General
U..; t.aWA ..m,tn V.U
A train ran through from Wash-
ington to Culpepper," with supplies
for .our troops. -
Our relation with Engl aud
Trance are not very favorable.
We have not takon Charleston,
link General Gilmore is trtine
to take H by Greek fire. - 1 '
Bragg ha. made a preent .of
headquarters at Chattanooga
BoteoreTis. . b. , ,
President ' Lincoln . has, in
greatness l oVbia suwgtu, suspend-
d the Writ of Habeas Corpus
all. the States.,-Free Amerlcaus,
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read wet, ana etui oossr, u
cau, ef your liberty.
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HI A S D H IB IB IT H M &
C! Ti!2 Bt."S!iST AT tATKI, 0."
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By Order of the Democratic Bute Central Committee, the Democracy
WILL HOtli A GBAN$r , , X ,
LIASS LIEBTilTG 6 BASKES plc-inc
AJT EATON, oiatio,
On Saturday, September 19th. 1863.
The following able and eloquent, Champions of Free Speech, i--WILL
POSITIVELY BE ON HAND: : '
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Hons. iuex. Jboner, unuiou a. w tutu,
HON. J. F. McKINNEY,
A. CAKILL, ESQ., J3DGE G1LMC7.E, J. H. FC3S, ESQ.,
Judee Clark, Col. Bamsey,
And others. The Democracy in each Towashlo will see to the organi
ization of their respective Township Delegations at once.
TUEN OUT, FEEEHEIT! B ALLY I
Briuir vour Wives and your Children, and your well-filled Baskets,
ana iei ue uuva vu.ui .
Clear the Way to the Ballot Box No Bayonets for Freemen t
..Good MXJg4IO will to on Hand..
It is well kno.vn to our readers,
that when we came to Eaton, be
tweentwo and threo years back,
we published an editorial, in which
we said that to burn down cities,
tear up railroads, destroy villages
and farms, slaughter tens of thfou-
sauds of brave men, leaving be
hind them thousands of widows,
and tens of thousands of father-
lea children, mourning parents ana
weepinir sisters, etc., etc., would be
we far too ereat a price to pay for the
immtdiate emancipation ot .the
negroes of the South. ' We did say
allUnd write so we still say and
dei xxTom nn . rirfit ? TIM
I vta not wt ti and sneak the truth 1
Has the prloe not been paid, with
i....'v fl;n tHa .ia i. nnt
iiree. ana never wju vo uy war.
Wa knew at the bee nnlne of the
promote the immediate abolition
Of slltvery throughout the South,
the wougn cue aoouhou pary aen.eu
the it, and were reauy to nang u.
laTiuir wdu we nidi
We do notftdmit, that tho men
..! . one of them, who
have remained from the first day
nnnr fim In tha belief that!
the war would turn out ft contest
I . . .
IttKAiif: fha tinarA And his tfflerinm.
doned their original principles.
The only men of tne iemooratie
the n.r vrhr, Kara chano-fld the
i r v o
the view in any sense of the word,
The are those who went first with the
to .r nartv. hart and sonl. thlnkine
Mr Union sHwm, without disturbing
Utia tnatUntn f alar. ta the
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. .Tlant of fti deatrnction. But now.
1 seeing that the President and his
at. I ri..l.n friAnda Viava thrnwn
Lff the mask, and declared their
fwint. arm.n.Hn ti nnt an n(l tA ala.
very in all the Cotton States, our
friend of the Democratic school
(turn round, and proclaim therm
and selves peace men. We have been
for peace from the first, and
admirer or approver ot tbe war,
hard and bv conceouence, wo have' not
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tnrned, but others have,' and
bis think they have not done so
a ua. li.s. rlnrincr a innor
to I soon. , We have during a long
., life been opposed, as we stli ars,
i.tnelto' immediato smancipatlou. . We
care not that the ohurches. and
over preacher, eay that slavery ie
Urime-a sin- that it is ft most
I .4 . a il .
yon wicked tuing to iteep ir.e poor
hlacks in astateof bondage;
is a wide difference between keep
ing a person in a state of bondag
forever, and preparing him gradu-
ally tor his freedom. , The slaves
are not fit, either mentally or phy
sically, for immediate freedom.
man in a perfestly sane state o;
mind may be kidnapped aud con
fined as a lunatic, for the purpose
of depriving him of the oontrol of
his property, by a set of villains,
1 4 . 1 . 1 1
na m me umaue Hyinm, ihuj
become a furious madman. Would
it be right, wise, or safe to release
him? Wby not! ne nas aone no
wrong ; bis confinement Is the
ot otners. bhii, n wouia nos
to Bet him at larea at once ht
o Keu c"r" u, ,1U ,WM'W
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Kinaiy, w ict mm loose npon
sociptv would not do. : It would be
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a ol iwit--w.jiii
a momai couainun w r;iv
unrestrained freedom. Tbe safety
of society, humanity, and the law
mnonoas insm upon mim m7
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W id not attempt by word
" u"u .w vu, ta.au.
eons ana oangniers oi nonaage,
.land thn act them atrainat thatr
I Awnari i nmr nnra linn iiniT ati
v "v ' r
r vwiwr wi,u iu uiuiu1.i,ri
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110001 e .aws, nor aorogate m.ir
uu . ,u frecel"
n1 P"W1" "Ilglon, Which
"art, should by its beneficent
lecl, sanctiiyiDg muuences,
..it.ti- j-.n i.i.
ha ffp ttftfall. fcti, ud dm.
u'' ulcu, " ft"M gm.
and peaceably prepare the slave
for his freedom, and his owner's
We have thus very . briefly
honestly given our views on
slave question, and we fully believe
that we have the mind of
Spirit on the subject. ' If others
differ from us, let them.' We think
for ourself, and leave all others
do the same. Ever; honest reader
of the JPr must know, and
tooL ow ;,e elJUhd5 ,
pvted to everything in the Bhapto
snterff rine with State Rights,
immediate emancipation. Let
eh urchs and preacher remember,
that widla-'some men" think
M . .! .
they are lervlag Uod and the
Theregro, they u,ro eacriacmg to Devth.
It U with no ordinary eenre of
duty, that we call our readers' most
careful attention, this week, to
emtios! 2for Ih.ustxum Atlas;
To save the reader's time nd(t
ead Wtn t onoe into the Greftt
Hall of physical, Geographical, and
statistical science, we be; to say
that an Atlas is ft collection of
maps in ft volume: but this deflui
tlon of an' Atlas, is no definition ot
JoHSsors comprehensive and com
plete vblume. It is not possible to
peak too highly of the unique
work unaer review : ana, u w are
not greatly mistaken, it will very
soon nnd.ua war. into u our
schools into every' professional
man's office into every private anl
pnhllibrary into every drawing
room, uowa rwiu, uicvaaaiu ju.m
tute, and into every family where
there is a taste for reading,' and . a
thirst for knowledge. 7;',
The United Sutea' Great Seal,
in letters of gold,' meets the eye on
the outside of the volume, and with
in the binding are to be found hun
dreds of large and beautifully exe
cuted maps, and steel plate, engra
vings with, statistics of population,
wealth, mineral, vegetables, anh
mals, fishes, and ft full description
of the air land and water ; distances
from nation to nation from city
to city, an account of battles and
battle fields, the progress of the
population in the United States,
the flags of all nations, the correct
pronunciation of foreign names of
places, and a hundred other import
ant subjects, are fully expounded
in this most wonderful and cheap
Atlas. There is nothing of the
same kind, of literary and artistic
production, , published either - in
Europe or America, that can com
pare with Johrsoh's Atlas, in point
of real usefulness, and sterling
merit. Mr. Holt is now canvass
ing this, town and county for sub
scribers. We. bespeak for Lim
cordial reception among our read
ers, and ft most itoerai patronage
n Preble county. .
pU vKere't the mas to (be van,
Ana boar the colors fijing, :
Whotaaoel ikall tread Ike tyrant's kW,
And sbotit wkiW hois dying
Caowrt-VaUaadigkan ii jnet tho mmt,
tgk tk right hand bower
To aeo the Abolition elan
Cone, tally fad tke clarion sotnd, ' '
Too bnrlo blaeU are sonndinc
Tbo raanhlinf kette are at their i
Taa anamv aairaaadinc
Caoaca Vallandigham, fa
For n ear's Ike dar when We snail say,
- WithkoarUofjoTinl baraiaf, -With
lofty Toico, Ohio's ekoioo ..
And exile is returning. - -CaoVallandigham,.
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To all andoaek the rigkt o apeeok,
Tbo proai and ear electors,
Are aaerod rights a tyrant fights, .
Bat we are tbeir proteetora. . , ,,
Cio Vella&dighaB.r ,
toe Ter nay presome to say
That oegroei are an equal,
Assort a he that by and by .
Will prore a sorrr eeaneL
. CHOy Vallandigham, Ao. ... '
TUNE—"Yankee Doodle" THE CANDLE BURNING AT
BOTH ENDS AT ONCE.
We have been in Eaton, conduci
ng1 the : "Demoeratic PresB," two
years and four , months . We emY
barked our own gold In, the paper,
not doubting at the time, that we
should be cheerfully and liberally
sustained ; and it is ft faot that we
have been honestly supported by
goodly . number of - respectable
subscribers, but still we have been
ill used by ft number of men, wbo-
eppeer to ue to be no groat gain to
the Democratic party v In the short
space of two years and four months,
we are left to record ft Terrible Fact,
namely,' that out of ft comparative
ly small subscription list, the sum
of $270 is due to us for the paper
And job work. The principal part
of this sum h , been, due, for
long time, 'and If we add the sum
for willed we have labored, in the
shape3 of legal Advertisements, we
find that ovor f 40 is due to us.
We know that the legal advertise
ments will be jdd, when the adi
vertised property is sold, but, that
evtnt msy cor-a to pass on the Day
of Judgment, or the day Wore.
When we ftdd the sum of, at least,
1400, which -we have during pe
riod of two years and four months
advanced from our own private
purse, to keep the paper afloat,
and to serve the cants of Pomoct
racy, we find that the greater. ppr
tion of from six to eight hundred
dollars is lost to us at present-
perhaps ; forever. I y e rily, rthle is
burning the candle at both ends,
- These facts -are -rnopubllshed
from choice,' ,l)htr from necessity
We cannonive out of, or FfoVlt, for
one dollar a months It is e; burnt
ing shame to those who have read
our papgr for, ft year, and half,L
and some "of them even lbc.thr.ee
years, to turn a deaf ear to all that
we have said to them.? We rtop
anoni sevenij.l.papvn vuj
and delinquents: will now know
why. A list of their names will
be published In ' few days," nd it
lawyer will be employed to look
after thra . , . . . . , v
Eaton's Brightest Day.
"quit ye like men." Lay the met?
ter to heart. The work before you
is great; you are called upon to
muster for thepolitical battle which
is to bo fought In Ohio on thelSth
of October next. As a preparatory
I step( y0U nre called upon to assemi
bio in Eaton, on the ldiB or .this
moxth. Come in shoals in pro
cessions in bugggies In wagons,
drawn by. from four to ten horses :
come on foot, andj by railway-
bring your wives, helps and chil
dren, -come with streaming ban
ners, with noble flags and bands of
music come early, leave all, rise
noove self and come;' bring your
richly stored baskets, wake np,
"rise and shine for your light is
come." Let . the .day, the vast
crowd, the speeches, the object for
which you meet, and your determination
to have the Hon. C.L
Vallandigham elected in October
next, bo such as your children wil
remember forever. Prepare make
ready come yourselves, aud bring
your friends, and let your battle
cry be "Vallandigham and Lib
erty." , - r
the United States has ordained that
the privilege of the writ of Habeas
uorpus snail not be suspended an
less wnen, in cases or rebellion
Invasion, the public safety may re
quire it; and J . ?
Whi&ias, A rebellion was exist
insr on the td dav of March. 1863.
which rebellion is still existing: and
WiiBRiAs, By statute which was
approved that day .t was enact
eft by the benate and House of Ret
preientativesof the United '.States
in Congress assembled, that during
the present insurrection the Prest
dent ot tbo United estates, when
ever in his judgment the public
safety may require, is authorised
suspend th . privilege of tbe writ
of habeas corpus in any ' Btate
throughout the United fibtes
any part thereof; and, . wuuil,
io the" juasrment at taa rreeident
the publio safety doe require tbe
the privilege of said writ shall now
oe euspeuaea mroaenoui tne una
ted ; States, in cases , whereby
authority of the President of.
Un'ted States, military, navai aud
civil officers of the United States
any of them, hold persons under
their command or in tneir custody,
either as prisoners bf war," spies,"
aiders and abettors pf toe; enemy
or officers, soldiers of seamen en
rolled, drafted, mustered or enlist.
ed in, or belonging to tbe land
naval forces of the United States,
or deserters' therefrom Or other
wise amenable to military law,
to the rales and ' regulations prei
scribed for the milityry or naval
serv'uea, by; the authority f .the,
President of the- United States,'
for resisting ft; dfdtt, or for
othar offense against the military
or naval service.
,' Now, therefore I, Abraham Lint
coin, President Of theTJnitod States,
do hereby procUtm end make
known to t!l ho:a it may concern.
that tne privueire cttlie writ of
habeas corpus is euEcudcdthronrh.
out tht Unite 1 Zu: in the saver
al casei before taecl'. ; ued, and 'tat
this suepec" snf will contlbuo
throe-hoot! Hi !;rttlen of the
tM rebellion, or until this proclai
matlon ahall by subsequent one.
wo issued urine A're: -sat or
the United Stvtes, be modified ft&d
revoked, and I do . beret..
all magistrates, ftttornyrT4
other olvilJ oCcsrt wltht t!.i if.
kited Stated, and all tctrfr ind
others in the military and jnaval
services of the - United: CtatQS, to
take distinct notice of this snsnen.
I slon, and give Jl full 2ept, ftsd. til '
citizens of the Tlnlteai Etatitrto
ooncuct and govern thems&inj ac
oordingly, ahd In conformity w!'. V
the , Constitution "of, , thaUV; jl
States and the laws' of Coc reas ia
ntli riABA' rln'aA m'nA Vtww(.'lAl
IH' testimony ' whereof, I liivft
hereunto set tnr hand and c.uscd-
the seal of the United C:ats tcy be
thousand eight hundred and ilsty
three, and of the Indewudicce of
the United States of ' America tjbem
ABRAHAM LINCOLN. By the President: W. H. SEWARD.
Secretary of State.
A Democratic friend .prcponnw
the ) following ? fiest!on noir
much have the pUnki of, the Cht.
cagb Platform cost per foot? That
rt a question wnicn antsreau" uartr
millions ot American but it will
never be computed toarcely, the.
immense debt, tO r say nothing of
the blobd the1 tear's i ftnd latnent-
tione of the cwidows,- and, ;thi u
phana. Historians' will -labor 'Jaf
vain to answer this great ftndrlir'
question. '. ' . " V-,..r ntaiet
The ' editor of ' the Ohioi MaA'
Journal indulges in a sneering vclrti
of sarcasm, aimed at lion, (ieo. i.'
Puirb, on account of his unfortu
nate dcafness.TvThe . different be.
t ween tho edltor'of the Journal and
our glorious-Pagh ,is this r i (What.
Mr. i Pughi! lacks i Tare; if 'fullv
malo up in broinf ; vvljatitgectiaj
or lacks in brains is completely
oovered with ,ears thelarges,jrs
are told; of any animal rnuecpgn
try Dayton (0) ' Empire." "'
Secretary of State. New Advertisements.
Tbo nndertlrned wbo rerideW tr&Hei1
South-east of Eaton, is now prtpniid Ur da
lirer anr quantity of Peacbea, of tboteef
raneties, at pncee ranging from ft 00 to
$2 60 per bntbeL v 8end on roof WHfcrM1
KHVBt.ll wvscu. '
' d Ii i hi, iir '
Jii f ,i;mil a
AMERICAN TEA COL?AMt
ire. 61 Ttttf Mtrnt, SSW TOM A
Since its org aniiation, la etiiatsj A aet
ra in me aiawry oi ,.
Wholesaling Teat fit this, (jounlry.
Tbey hare introduetd their aeloetioM of
leas, ana are aeiang ataol orer ,
JVe Cents (3 ieU) pr ui s&m t6tt,
BOTor deriatinf; front the ons price asked.
ABomer pecnuariiy oi ue aipaBT tm i&av
their Tea Taster ao only devotes his iBrt
to tho Selection of thoirTeas as to ooality, va
Ue, ud oartienlar styles for particular lo- .
oalities of oonntry, but I e helps the bnyor
to choose oat of tbeir enorraone stoel chj
Teas as are beit adapted to his yU ; t.
wants, bnd not only this,' but points' etik. 4b
him the best bargains. '"".rai
It is easv to see tbt IncalculabU airstll
tag a Tea buyer basia this establithaear
OTor all other, i lu iy.-Z . ..- Ira
If he is no judge of Tea, orthe mAa U
bis time is raluablo, he has all tbo beaoatst"
of a well organised system of doM boai
new. of an immemo capital, of the itdfrneat
of a professional Tea Taiter, and uo uawr ,
edge of superior ralatmen. a
This enables all Tea burets no matUt If '-,
they art thoasandS of miles' from t&ie raae-P;
ket-Ho parous oa as good torau hereof.
the New lork merchants! '
Parties can ordor-Teasaad wifl bo semd
by as well as though tbey came th soWse H
being sure to got original package iroel
weights and tares, aad the Tea sf frat
ranted as ropreeentod. '
Weiiiue a prioa fist of tbo Compsiiy' T
Teas, wbioh will bo teas to all who Order
comprising i -v "-'!1
OUNrOITDBB, TWANKAT: lis so
; , ( ANDSKIN. 4 $X
OOLONG, SOUCHONG, ORANGE. AND
' ' HYSON PBKOKVv )
Jatav Tka of erery descriptioi, colored
and oncolored, . !j, : i-:mia r.od: oquJul
; This list has each kind of Ten divided into
Four Classes, namely ; Cargo,. High Cargo; ;
cine, runn, u .rj se mi; murm
stand from description and the prices aa
aoied that the Company am determined if
nndeneii tne wools iea trade -
We guarantee tq all our Teas srs sot erf, 1
TWO F'V-tTa MrO.Mail .SnHciil hUT''
itig uiTi to n attractivo to the oiantwho
prices. ' " . err
; Importers and Joibers,'i!"',
i ,..(, NaSlVeioyfiireOl? T'jv
Sept. 10, 183-i3m NEW YORK.