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Thursday, : October I, 1863
Hon. C. L. VALLAND1GIIAM.
For Lieutenant Governor;
Hon. GEORGE E. PUGII.
Auditor of State:
Treasurer of State;
HORACE S. KNA1T.
Supaenie Court Judge:
P. VA.N TRUMP.
Member Board Public Works:
For State Senate,
DANIEL W. IIARSIIMAN,
For Probate Judge,
ANANIAS D. BORDEN,
For Clerk of Court,
For Prosecuting Attorney,
For County Treasurer,
J. M. HENDRLX,
For Couuty Surveyor, .
For Infirmary Director,
&"The Editor of this paper
not hold himself responsible foi the
pinions expressed by his correspond
ents. The writer, and not the Editor
alFe want two or three hun
dred now, and strictly honest sub
scribers, who will pay us In ad
ALL thoie indebted to me will call
'Squire Danta's office and settle, as
am determined to have my books settled
Eaton, Q.,Scp. 22, '63 3w.
A VOICE FROM THE CITY OF
In our next issue of the "Demo
cratic Tress", will appear an orat'n
on to the voters of Preble County,
with au extract from the London
Times. We are authorized to Bpeak
and we will do so, and give the Ed
itor of the Eaton Register a lesson
in grammar, and the proprietors ot
that sheet a kick which they will
Ho further news from KcsecrauS
Charleston is not yet taken, but
another bttempt is to be made by
way of Wilmlngtou.
The enemy is still iu force before
theBapidan, making demoustrai
tions on our frout.
Barnside has resigned' and Hoo
ker is reported to be his fucceseor.
.Democrats! examine well all
your tickets before you poll your
. votes. Fraedulent tickets are being
manufactured and circulated.
' s3Democrats, the ouly true
Union men in the countryl keep
suarp look out for imported votes
in your different districts. Watch
all new comers carrotv'y, ind chal
lenge all doubtful votes. The Loy
al Leagues are engaged in import
ing rotes for Brough from Indiana
Lr You want to be conscripted
vote for Brough. If you want
be chained and driven away like
btatti of burden, vote for Brough.
LATEST. IRISHMEN ! ATTENTION !
We beg our Irish readers, of the
Catholic persuasion, to read the
following extract from Mr. John
trough's speech, at Portsmouth,
Ohio. He said
"The' Irish Catholics have de
stroyed their own oountry, and
now want to destroy this country,
and all they fear is competition
with the 'nagur.' "
Mr. Brough want your votes,
lrienda, but ho does not hesitate to
stump the State, telling falsehoods
about you. Will you vote for him
Let the People Remember
That Mr. Brough threatens to
inaugurate civil war inOhio, within
thirty days, if he is not elected
Freemen of Ohio, show your con
tempt for Lis threats by voting the
ticket of your choice. Place C. Li
Vallaudigham in the Governor's
chair, and you will eeo of what
avail will be his threats.
If Mr. Brough should he honestly,
fairly, and justly, without fraud or
violence, elected Governor, the Do
mocracy are prepared to submit
though Liberty will be crushed in
Ohio ; and if by an honst, fair, and
constitutional majority they elect
their own candidate, they intend to
maintain one of the fundamental
doctrines of the Democratic Gov
ernment, that "the majority mutt
That John Brough, iu a speech
made fn Hamilton, said, among
other things, that "It would be
better that our armies in the field
should be utterly aunihilatcd and
defeated than that the Union (Abo
lition) ticket in this State should
fail at the election."
This individual would sooner see
the rebels victorious, than the De
mocratic ticketiu this State elected.
That Mr. Brough refused to car
ry sick soldiers over his railroad
at halfifure, and kept them waiting
for days, until the Stele Govern
ment wt uld agree to pay full fare
Soldiers remember, that C.
Vallandigham voted to raise the
soldiers' pay to $16 per month, and
to be paid in gold, which would
make it worth, attbe present value
of gold, about $23, but theRepub
l'.can members of the House voted
GREAT BROUGH MEETINGS.
A monster Bbocoh mass-meeting
l. -1.1 1. t T.,i 7
was 11UIU mst ween. ui ucuuiuga
Mills, Washington County. There
were five persons present, beside
- . . . .
the tour speakers wno naa neen
advertised on the fltirning posters
stuck up at every cross-roads.
In connection with the above, we
may mention a Brough meeting
recently held at PoastTown, when
about thirty people assembled to
hear five speakers, of whom only
ono was present, viz. G. walker,
- - -
who WS3 so drunk as to be unabl
to make his speech. The audience
got into a muss among tbem5Cvcs
and were ordered by Mr. Bartlow
to quit his grounds before three
o'clock in the afternoou.
At Eldorado, 60on after, a Mass
Meeting turned out to be a "hull
Any "life long Democrat" who
is willine to do dirty work, can
find constant employment and big
wages, by applying to the Repub
lican State uentrai uommitiee.
The (treat leBue of the Ohio elec
tion is the Freedom of Speech and
of the Pres. violated sn the arrest
nr. Vallandigham and suppression
of newspapers. This issue involves
the preservation of the habeas eor
vus. trial by jury, and all other
great institutions of civil liberty
It is the most momentous issue
that has ever been tried on this
continent. Do th people compre
hend the magnitude ot it r
A LIVELY LETTER.
Mt FaKNOYoura of thi :12th
was received yebterday eveniug and
I cannot say that It was read with
as much pleacure as your former
etter, you scorn to be insulted at
me calling you aRebble Well when
I called me that I did not mean it
if you was better acquainted with
- . I
me you would know that I was I
Just in fun but I am tot iu fun
now You mnst excuse me I ahould
of allL ran a avmnathizer iinch
at vou all were down there at Ham-
ilton lhat day of the Morgan Raid
" t ' rf
but I hope it will be well enough
to attend the next mettmg and the
election tor 1 think you will have
to try pretty hard if you can Elect
a traitor for he is as big a traitor
as mere is in me is,eoDie army aja
ttnti mnn tttot tuill Wf A t-kt him; a
no better it will be a preciouB long
time before you Meet that Rebeli-
ous traitor ana it you ao auail he
tn.ta I iV.l
Abe Lincoln Will hane him On the
first tree that ho comes to and if
he dout do it Why General Burn-
sides will Hurrah tor Burnsides he
is the man that you all dispise
You said in your letter that you
wished I was a good Democratic
girl. I am glad I am not, for
think that name a disgrace to any
White Person a nigger wont own
it While I am speaking of White
people and niggers I will tell you
that I am no morq in favor of the
nigger than you are not so much so
I do not believe the nigsers dont
hnther m 7 lipnrl nnn Lit hnl thflv
Beomto bother you most awfully
you spoice oi now uiacK i was ana
really it was a pitty Well I doat
think I am as black as you and
your Rotten old Democrat party
that is all gone np and thank the
t ii. u a;a
uuiu lur lit vuu oaiu tuot iu uiu
UUI , .i.
sesesh and Rebbles up there tbey
do down hore becanse they COt
help themselves I suppose you will
Resist the draft as a good many
those around here say they intend
to but if they do the old 85 Regi
ment is coming back so they
bad a letter yesterday Evening
nformiug me so you say that
are a Democrat trom the soul
VOUr foet to the crown of your head
think you are copperhead u I
a ludso and you liurahed for Val
I0 j TTnrnh fnp Ah. T.innf.ln and
ifuruDiuvB uu io iuv Luait buav uuu-
ished bim from the country, and
while he was at it think he had
better banished all the copperhead
Vallandinghamers there is better
men than Yal been killed in
Rebble army and will be plenty
them yet I think the southern
bellion is about played outaud then
we will be ready for the Northern
one I just tell you that I am
the Union and my country
I am for the Union
Hurrah boys Hurrah
Down with the Traitor up with
The star aud we will
Vote for Johnny Brough
Bova a true and loyal man
ShOUtics the battle cry of freedom
You said in your letter you
not want to insult me and you
not do you think it would insult
me to call me an Abolitionist
sir it dont I think it a credit to
eoseasionlst Well 1 will closo in
of the Union and Genoral
The above letter was received
a young gentleman of onr
quaintance, aud we publish it
batim tt literatim to show how
miud of an otherwise amiable
intelligent girl has become warped
and distorted by Abolition
I3..A draft for 600,000 men.it
is reported, will be made
the 1st of January 1364.
ATTENTION, DEMOCRATS !
All our Democratic friends of
foreign birth, should not neglect to
with them to tte polls on election
day. This will save both time and
DEMOCRATS BE ON YOUR
r U M B IU1UI UJVVk VI MM K. VU VI I
who knows, that the Buouoh
League of Hamilton township,
Franklin county, decided at a late
m.eeti.u ? have .Jlc Prfnted
Milan thn llmnrrftM ttolrAttl-rnn
. e n . tw .
i laiuiu vuv umuca vi an uv svov
cratlc candidates, except that of
CLBMKNT L. VaLLANDIQHAM. In
I Ki (LI .u
We are informed br a gentleman
L nnAnnut uat what the Aholittoni
Disunion Leaguers throughout the
atate nave an aeciaea to ao tne
. nn ... r
i that nobody is , cheated Into voting
1 Ta V a A Kvlii I- I rr f " '
"Stop d,cu,.iDg our policy in a.naginf
the w,r yi Abolitioni.u to Demo-1
crats, "nd help fight to free all th. South-
I . " iJ Wk. tYm
threaten that then they U bring loldiera
home t. ihoot down Democrats who dr
exercise their God-given and Constitution-
given rights. We don't thiak aoch threats
will make many converts to the poliey
the new aigger drivers.
...aiww i.'i-i.wi- -
aTo be sold, a Great Bargain,
a' Little Giant Sewing Machine,
nearly new. Must be applied for
soon, at the Press Office, Eaton.
The undersigned having been restored to
health in a few weeks,, by averry simple re
medy, after having suffered several years
I k A ...... Intii m fVa t 't rn mnA (tint ArAmA
disease. ConsnmDtioa is anxious to make
kn0n t0 iuowsrs toe meat or
I "lit A
, DrescriDtioo tnt of charV
wub he direction for preparing and nsing
I the same, which theX will find a rcr for
uosswros, as., ubobchitis, voou8,
Colds, tc. The only object of the adver-
b, tol0eWe, to be Valuable; a.d h. hop
Wyiufferer will try his remedy, as it will
cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Fames wishiag tha prescnpUon will pleaee
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamburgh, Kings County.
Oct, 1, 1863
In Eaton, on the 1st iast, by E. W. Hum
t K1 . Tr TIT . . T ... V . - T
am 5c,t'daughur of Mr. J. Dooohoe, of this
I mrr ...
we conjtratulaw our young mends
I .v. c: a L
thIr iinttfd vnTAcrA nn xhtt nf llf
.commenced. May their sun ever be bright
i . .t
ftnrt their hnnprmnnn h kwnst. p
cake with whieh the fair bride so liberally
supplied the printers.
May blessings attend the wedded pair,
Through life's uncertain devious way;
May hope be bright and love serene,
As on this fair auspicious day,
Till in Eternity both shall provo
That Love is Life and Life is Love.
E. E. F.
Local and Miscellaneous.
Mr. EDiio,-Plcase announce the name
. ... ' . i.
f Dr. H. Woodt. as an Independent candi
date for tht Office of Common Pleas Clerk,
L. Manim. flntnhaiAlllt.linil
ISTWe aro indebted to our kind
friends Mrs & Miss Wyatt for
magnificent bowl of fruit, contain
ing specimens of all the truits
grown on Mr. Wyatt's Jfarm.
elegant and splendid corbeille
most usefully ornamented
flowers, and surmounted by an
normous Quince weighing
than one pound and a half.
sons who have attended the
have assured us that nothing
eleeant was exhibited there,
any fruit to surpass it
R. Reynolds has a splendid
of Tin wars on hand. He
manufactures shett iron stoves,
which a specimen may be seen
Vanausdal'B store, and at his
establishment' two doors north
the Vofi Office..
ALF. BURNETT IS COMING.
Alf. once will not need to be urged
to attend, and every one who has
not enjoyed so great a privilege, we
are lure will not mlsa this treat at
Minor's llall. licicets, m cents.
Oar citizens will not fail to turn
out on Monday evening next to see
" . u ' lum"v . vw W1 uu w
cmic entertainers, me renown
ed Alf. Bcrniti. Let every one
. ! 1. J ...
caaieare aeiue, uu 8.v uuo cvuu
ing to mirth, laognter ana iiinoceni
Singing and Music Classes.
Xlra TPortrnann ViAra in announce
a few additional pupils to learn
Music and Singing during the Fal
Music pupils are permitted to at
, fe gl . claB8 freo o
I . l .. 1A.1. t--
idence, either in the town or coum
try, if desired-Terms moderate.
ALL QUIET IN EATON,
Store, where the ladies and misses
are rushing in at all hours of the
jy jo 86 their new and choice
ofJatocj. 0f Fall Goods. The counters
I , . ,. f d d
I gIVHU ii w- - O r
everything i8 bo fashionable, tasty
and neat, that oue can hardly make
a selection but regrets in leaving
their Store, that ono has not green
backs enough to buy tho whole
"Read J. Spatz's new adver
tisement of Groceries, 4c, in an
other column. He keeps the best
I it. . i - - r ..n .1 T
01 articles, aw eua ciieuy. ij
Take 1otib 1-N. B. Stemkns
baa a sulendid stock of Fall and
Winter Goods just arrived. Read
Advertisement, and don't for
I tr i
plenished their stock, wUh a large
r , f..M.M., ip-n JZa
. , . . ' .
V inter UooUs, wnicb they oner
. .inn f.M I ' ii c 1. An. fn fi n
umr vmu w. "
GREAT TAILOR OF THE
Mr Filbert is more in earnest than ever.
He lias just returned from the Queen City of
the West,, with goods enough,, one would
think, to rnakr garments for all the men
and fcovs in Preble county. Mr: Filbert can
fit every man and1 lad in Treble to perfec
tion ; and that is not all, for he keeps the
best of ready made coats, pants, vests, hats.
caps and shirts, and all at the lowest price.
Ho is so much in love with Mr. Lincoln's
money, that ho never refuses U. His goods
" ttdPte ilhM t0 cM '"f1" or l
I IjBII. ub WAUta w sen Vila i uc uvea uu u
Stephen Deardorff ) Preble
vs. ijommon rieas.
Anna Deardorff. I Petition for Divorce.
The defendant above named is hereby
notified tbut the above named Stephen
Deardorff, plaintiff, did on the 23rd day of
September, A. D. 1863, file in the office of
the Cleric of the Court of Common rlcas,
of Preble county, Ohio, his petition, setting
tortn, that bis wire, the said Anna Ueardortt,
bad been wilfully absent for more than
three years, and that she had been guilty of
cross nejlect or duty, and praying to be Q.
J a;d Anna Deardorff ; and
i liinlABsi fh nin ruatitinn is nmwArAn tm tin.
unless the said petition is answered or do
murred to by the defendant, before the 7th
day of November, 1863, a decree will hi
asked for in her absence.
Gii.xore & Camtbei.l,
. Att'ys for Peutioncr.
A'.test-C. W. Larsh, Cl'k.
September 24, 1863 wS Pr. f. $4 50
K the case of Stephen Deardorff against
Anna Deardorff, being? an application
for divorce, now pending in the Court of
Common Fleas of Preble county, Ohio, tbe
said Anna Deardorff is hereby notified that
depositions will be taken by the said Stephen
Deardorff. to be read on tbe hearing of said
case, at the office of the Clerk of the Court
of Common fleas, in the town of uosnen
Elkhart county, Indiana, on the 24th day of
October. 1863, between the hours ot a A. ol.
and 9 o clock, f . M., on said day. i.
UlLMOaE a CAMPBELL,
Att's for 8. Deardorff,
September 24, 1863.-w3 Pr. f. 1 75
WINTERS & ACHEY,
DPropr ie tors,
Nerth Baron St, between Main
Subscribe for the Press.
1, t ,8 WHBM8
Cheaper than any other house, and
has the Beat Assortment
in the Markets
N. B. STEPHENS
OFFERS FOR SALE,
Plaid Herinoes, "
SATIN FINISH MERINCES,
WILL SELL YOU A GOOD
N U. Stephens
MEN'S and BOY'S WEAR.
K B. STEPHENS
fete M Mw.
N. B. Stephens
Will Furnish You With a No. 1
FOR LESS THAN YQtt CAN
FOK ALL KINDS OP .
II. 6. STEPHENS,
0 ppoeite the Court Houses