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W riBGUSON, &tii Editor
13aton, OUio. :
Thuriday, : Navembai' 19 185.3 J
tarfa'e Editor of this paper does
ot hildimi responsible foi the
pimon'ijxpressediy his. correspond:.
nts.f jThe vriterf find not the Editor
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The Democratic' 4Prei' for $1,00
We see that the price of .'our Tory
cotemporary in town, ii raised to
fljif.and 2,00. . We' wish our
friends to understand that we have
not .raised our .price,, bat coutinue
to furnish the "Democratic Press''
to subscribers for f 1,50 a year in
greenbacks, or for One Gold Doll-
a&. 'Iljnaamber friends ; wa will
take Qua Oold Dollar for a year's
subscription to our paperj or Osb
Dolla. and A ' QUARTER in silver.
Bring us some of .the'' good old
Democratic money' for' a "Demoi
crafic paper. Payment must in all
cases be made IN A D VANCE.
There is no news from our bat
tit fields this week worth recording.
Lee and Meade are, as usual, play
ing at hide ana seek on the banks
of the Potomac, and other streams.
We are informed that General
Suirhak has at length succeeded
in uniting his forces to that wing
of Grant's army , under the "com
mand of the brave General Thojia.
This! news, if true, is important
General Bi'agg is still in his strong
hold, lut of the strength of Lis
army, we know, nothing. - ;
Gtneral Wiktek, who holds the
physical heavens; as well as the
earth and the. sea; in his terrible
grasp, will no t'o iht hurt ami kill
man-ofourTjrave boys during
the coming season. 'Let those who
are at home,' enjoying their mer
cies and comfort, kindly remem
ber the meh b'rf the battle field, and
their familifcs at home. ' .
It is hardly to be expected thut
the winter upon which we are now
entering, will pais over without
some serious and awful fighting.
We do not predict, but wo tremble
as w6 write. Although we have
no account ,ot any regular battle
having been fought Recently, there
have 'been. skirmishes, ending os
usual jn'tliefact, tWnt we kill and
takepriso ies. and the South.ruers
kill add take rruoners.. . .
Josft&A ' Uidd'inqsI; ' Ait encr n
ConiiiVio .Caiiucia, has been srrest
ed forjkidnappiiig. British' suljec
for thji .American mrrriy. The hoht
oralis gentleman has been reloai4
Washqgtobjs preparing to make
gJjruW'Mt expensive,' and
highly atistouratic time of it this
wluter.ff jBallt parties, theatrical
amuiementsAnd other pleasures
will make tip it part of the rcjoic
inga. Nt 'flbubt' '9"uc'en. Vict RiA'j
the impVrpr' ofhe fre'ngli, id
the Empjers, and lao the 'Emper
or and Che Empress of all the Bus
sias will be Invited to spend, a part
of the winter In Wftshjngton.---Why
not 1: There may however be
one drawback ton this - promised
bliss. j1at darlngmp. Geuerisl
LfE may; lejiturpeajnpngh lo
Washington to Uutttrb the grand
ccuTi-'ial harmonies of the ovenicgs.
General Buhnhidk has cracd to
be u General, and U Mw. a private
citizen of the United States.; '
; It npwvsi'ptarl ! that th : lion
C. lii Vajlandightinv recehQ more
votes! at thf late Ohio election, than
any other.. Democrat poficd within
many j ears pat. C
Any one who is on Tfi lookout
forjLwiutoii. Millr:CowYbfiut alx
years old, may h ar of onoby call
tng at the "Diunocratlc rreaiT -Of
fice, at once. 'J he cow U gentle,
in -good foinlition,: anrjjmllkBXvlli"
'a An narinn U'lui lma mm nr
I T If r
. . , " J " t -
one hu in I red to one.huiulred and
twenty-five pounds each, may hear
of a 'purchaser by calling at' the
PreRs" office. . .. , i '
aThe'to lowing has boon 'pub
lished extensively, aill as it has
net been denied by any of the or
gans of the War Department! it i
presumed to be correct : 1 ' ' ' ' 1
" L&ot Wediiesdiiy' Mr. Covodo o'
Peunsylvunia, introiuifiiiif O'io ' of
the stici-esHtiil candidates ut the rei
cent. election iu PeniiKjIvanii, to
Secretary otanton, In tho War Of
fice, made some cqngratulutory re
marks on tlio success ot the Ke
riiiblicps iu that State. . "I elected
Govornpr Curin,'' .Mr.i Stunton
replied, "for I sent him 15,000 more
voters than he huJ mnjority."
This was saiil vaunting, aloud, in'
the presence of a crowd, one of
whom repeutca it to me, " .. , i
It was ti c absence of these fifteen
thousand voting soldiers that en
abled Lee to drive back General
Meade's army to the defenses of
Washington, and destroy the rail
road at Washington from Manas
sas to the Bapidnn.
Tub Governor of New Hamp
shire demands fivo' regiments to
enable him to enforce the dratt
The Government at Washington
refuses, And the Government at
Concord refuses. So they go.
: BQ5Tlio Washington Republican . sij
tberi are not lesa than fifteen thousand
"women of the town'' in that place The
Republican ihonld have informrd at how
many niea of tl.e t"wn are in Waihinjrton
robBbl; ill editor bad ncrer advanced far
enoi!-h in crphoring to be able to in: Ice .he
calculation.. The two cUmci here dm
what Ler with all hifi:iate hai failed to
accompliih they have captured the city. '
Niw Yok, November 18 The Co.k Kx
auiner (Ireland) of the2th unyn: Last even
ing Adinirtl jnnt sent notice to the cim
mauder of the Kenrsnjre to quit the Imiit of
Cork harbor within twenly-four hoiirn, and
it ia rrporud that the Federal otEcer ha
refund to do co.", The Kearaage wna ei ga
ged in coaling ihe whole of Let iiii'hf
WDKiiDy, S P. M. The Kearaag waa
till in Cork hnrbnr, .
Lincon's Folly Confessed.
"The grjnt-st folly of my llfewaVthe i'tsu
ing o tho t'mtneipation Procl imatio"
Such were thewo-ds uf President Lian m.k to
to WinDMX Pbilmn lait'Ja'nuary... accord
ing t th testimony of the la terin a iii eech
he mado last week at the Music Ilall in New
THE QUOTA OF EACH CONGRETIONAL
Ohioia culled upon tofurniah twenty-nine
thonBand three hundred and finyfco ol
unteera under the late call of the Preaidett
fur 300,uoo more aoldiera, Tbia nninbir
rauat be recruited by the 5 th of January, or
a draft wilj aupply the deficiency. The full-
owing table aho'wa the number of men' asl
eased to each i'ongreaaionnl Diatrict.
. is- i . j
rirat uiKricl ..V.;....; .....i.'ISiS
oecona umlrtot t610
Fourth District. .......
Fifth Dirict...-. ..
Sixth U strict..'.
Seventh District,, .......
Eigeth District ,
Ninth llietfict , ,
Tenth Dig'tHet....; ,
Thirteenth l'iatrict r
Eifteenth Diatr et.'.V....,,
Sertniteenlh District. ....
t f.f 1 437
Fortius .JfoKaoc, November 1 The
steamer Convoy, which left her last Satur
day With provisions and clothing tor our sol
diers held aa prisoners in Richmond, retur
ned to day, brlng.rig jak the provision!
and clothing. Col-el rring, who bad charge
of the matter, -s. r.fueJ th. nrivn of
ttk!ng the atious o RicWoad
Siege of Charleston.
The New Vorlt Erenint Pout ' Uailinv
Admin:itrtioQ jurnl, tbui noticea the
protiugted nirgt of Jhrleton , aji;
Why ha eVetytbinj'comfl oi lipfc. there? j
y ... f....v., mum' vuMKaiuii
barn atediouiaadbarmteu bombardment,
which raaj intereit the gunners, and it pre-
hapt, amuiinjf to the Charleiloaia e. ! but
people in thie latitude Qrumblore ia that
tni Gregg w une ofihemeet brilliant ii
bai alsij ororedone orthemost. Qtleie ofeq,
f nee); nieat jjh ati(h fgftla y Ji pj (n i
an) Gregg was une ofihemoat brilliant it
aome lose of lire, he worked himself into a
ii ii ii inii mmMm n i wimwi..
tae, where " Beaaresrd m it'
are hlih; 'that .'(Imira)1 Dahlg'reen'a
prudence is greater ilwaMibtcanb'a'' dot
. t"Th' ii what'tte'Vjnln"WeM. W at dye
must own v.hat tie operations betora' (jSiaV
leston are falling intj coijtfmpt.'' ' Ybe ,furi.
ons batterrng of a fori a)re'ady " V monnHor
six weeks ago- kn, eked into 'a "sbapcleas
man, docs not It is belijred, advance ooy
pret;.ects T)f tne aonendtr tr capiara oflhe
eity; and from the' positions" wi how hold the
enemy is uot threatened In any alarming
way. h is Snotner of ihoae attacka in front,
ao many of which have been made by tlnion
Gencrala in this war; 'and with constant fail
which TefiecC thi highettt oreilityeo, the en
gineering genial 6f Genera!' flilm re' we
' ''Is Chsrleatba, then, impregnabfef iiiK-l
Ury men dtr not think so; it can be . taken:
but there tauat be snmechangea in the meth
od of attack; and, evidently; to long 'aa the
Monitor's are keritack: ' iaatead 'of beinn
pnahed in to whefre thdir armor ca"ri be trier
and their1 invdluerability proved General
Oilmore ii hklpleas in lita ptcaent position,"
' Tbs following ligurea will uflbrU some idea
of the imsaense business eutailed upon, the
Ptojion Bureau by th gigantic military
operations cauaed by the rebellion. Daring
the month of September there were issued
thirteen hundred and seventy lour invalid
army pensions; applications rejected, two
hundred and blty-1'our. Of widow' ar
my pensions, there were issued eleven: Bun
dled aud fifty-eight. At present there are
examined and issued at average of. about
one hundred and fifty per day. The applica
tions average daily about two hundred.
The busineae if the bureau ' ia necessarily
very much in arrears, there nut ceitig .- suffi
cient room or force at present, to .keep up
wilu the business coining ti ..from day to
;. C'U'IUH, - Novembvr OoverBii'
Ymi, of Ulonis, Major General' Koaccraos
and Senator hheimmi, ot Ohio, with all lb
prominent railroad man of the.o mntry, are
here attending the opening of the Atlantic
and Great Western Aailruad. The b'tela
Rosrcrans held a recption last night and
ws visited by great numbers
The Sandusky , excitement has died out
and the troops ar about to be sent home. '
KTThe Ft da al loss in the battle nffim.
tysbu.-g killed, wounded and priaonera
according to General Msadb's official report
was 2,185. : .!:. -' l
Louis Napoleon Outdone.
Headquarters Third Maryland Cavalry,
Chestertown, November 3, 1863.
Whereas,' the . President 'nf the United
States, ia reply to letter addressed to him
hvtton. Ihomas swann, ot ,lialtimore City,
hai . atated that all loyal .aali tied voters
should hart a right te vote, it therefore be
comes every truly loyal eititen to avail him
stlf of the present on)ortni(tT offered to
pjac himself henorably npou the record or
p. Il-bi ob at the approaching election by giv
tag a full ard ardent1 support to the whi le
Government ticket apoa the platform ad p
e4 by the Union league Convention.'. None
other ia reenvmaed ov the federal auihori-
tiea as loyal or worthy the support of anyone
who desires the peace and restoration of this
union. .-. ., :.ii "mi
CHARLES CARROLL TEVIS.
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding.
- We don't remember any proclamation of
2iuia Napeleoo, or any e bis Geherala,
or instruments, when. he .Overthrew the Re
public of France, and esnverrtd it Into an
imperial deaj.otiam, hatt era enile ai Sa
giant a interference with the right of luf -fruje
aa this.-! It ia true, if was overruled by
Scheack, aa the latter-had accomplished the
same purpose by his proclamation without
quite as open a dlaptay it his haad Tevig
will nndeuhtediy soon be made a General by
the President, and the radical press will ex-1
fiat )ucr, snij interior lo, nutter,
Turehin, -M'clJeil or Mrfroy ' We are pro
gressing fast in the .United Stalest The
elective franchise ia deuidadly an instl'utio'n
to be prized ia Maryland (-Ciqulrer. '
ijL Onr readers wijt .take notice)
that the Supremo Court of Pen a.
sylrania has pronounced the Con.
script Ion Act 'unconstituiional, :
' , . unuivine
09 26,'nit.""' . - .;
Horrible State of Affairs in New Zealand.
THE MISSIONARIES BLAMED.
[From the London Post.]
i A pri fate letter!, jfrm Auckland, Muted
the 2d, of Auguct. describes the pruaeut atate,
of.nUtiera titer. Tho Writer.' autyf tht aa
all ihe c mm'iirication' is ( ut.eit'' Jo the 'in
terior! 'it is doub'ful how thtf Kiirpeaus in
i -it m i i - t m
the4lative diatricis are situated. ' Many of
tbeui;' it ia b-lieved in Aakland, will be
murdered before they can set to the aettled
r'iatricta. ' All the mule poiulaioi,Xrom
aixieen i torty yeara M-sgeare unuer arma
and working either at garrison duty oria la
Holheg theuburb at tiiht;ta prevent
surprise on the town, i The towq was left in
charge of the muitia "and part of the voTun
teera. The writer ccnmiercd kimsplf for
ftAiataJiPV beiligWtaVrd f bf'H ""'P1! t1!
And bnul4o4lrit 80 that, die hud" got AmV
got his usual heme work done that is to
'ay, cut 6rewtfodid 'kfra1 waten l II got
sp before.dayligbt to do this, and thun went
aa srMth Ss i'sJliht'toirrapk fjprofnp;
The natives had seat word thaUhev would
mnrder old and f oung wheai they attacked
Aukland, and, iai eonnequertoe, all tbe Wo
men were iapreat, alarra.i The outbreak he
attributes to the missionary t arty, and says
the Bishoo was still at the head of the Maori
avmpathixer'a. ' The minslonaries, however,
tun time, al well aa -ettlera, ned been oi lig
e I to ral and leave their hmes to the - mr
ey nf i heir cqnverta: and wall, he eats, they
merited Ihia punishment, aa uu them reaia
ihe whole blame of the In-urrection.' Of ail
the impostara.the miasienarics, he adds, are
the worat, and aa long aa the maudlin public
will find jindato keep them in a life of laai
neas they will tell any amount of Ilea to gull
THE HABEAS CORPUS.
T. BaVingfon'Macuiay, the i great English
historian, in speaking of King James thu
Seoond, the tyrant whem the English people
expelled from the throne ia 1683 says: .
"One of his oblects was to obtain a repeat
of the habeas corpus act which hi hated, as
it is natural a tvrnt should hate the MOST
STitl hltiENT CURB THAT EVER LEG IS-
LATlONlJuPOSKD UPON TYRANNY.
The feeling rtma:ned deeply fixed in bis
mind to the last; and appears in Uie instruc
tions which he drew up when in exile, for the
guidance of his son. But the hubeas corpus
act, though passed during the ascendency
of the Wbigs, was not more iw to the
Whigs than to the Tories. It is, indeed, not
woaeerlul that this .treat law should be
highly prized br all Eneli.hmen, withont
distinction of party; for His a law which,
net by circuitous, but by direct operations,
ar'ds to the security and happiness of every
We don't think, he hated the aot more that o
oar TVesident and Cabinet do at the present
[From the Harrisburg, Pa., Patriot and
MEADE AND LEE'S THROUGH
Mr. VDtln Brown," the gentlet
mnly Bjint or this fast line, has
lbs tied the following Important an
nouncement. The reader who is
posttd in the doings of this marm
moth company dtirn the i
year, will f.-oi iatUfifd'of the gen,
uineiiiss or tne circular, ami will
not li'nrbor a douht voncRrnin; thu
ahility of the company o perform
all U.ay adverlise: - 1
Great Potomac and Rapid' n ,Throujh Route
-Promptnesa and Dispatch I
Mesde & I.ee's Through Expreas
weekly line between Alexanitlria
and Ouliirpper; connectiona with
principal point North and South,
fvspidally the Old Capital aiid the
Llnby VrUun.) '
si The sabscrihers,' having com.
plated their anangemeuts and got
their line into running order, : will
hertafter, nnti) further notlce, "ru i
their machines, (the "Army of the
Potomac,'.' and Army ot North
ern Virginia,") evtry week through
from Culpepper,. .Vi to'Aleicani
dria, . Va., , and vice. vera, giving
their put-Honal attention to tho run.
ning of .each train,. Lee preceding
Meade at a proper interval, on. ilia
out trains, itud Meade ..preceding
Lit& wiin-iimnar reafiiuriiy on .tne
in trains.' The lterf.-ct familiariv
of these oh tttagers with the whole
roBie in que.-tiiou, auu the trenencT
with which they have traveled it',
enable them to calculate with per.
teat aocnracV the time ot. arrival at
the Indicated points': " llnvlng goti'
ten itptheir locornotives anil roll,
ing" stock readles''orHXpcilse. aiid
puit5ngthemi through' mJht' aiid
day alike: tlr'r are enabled ti "&.
regard th ordinary drawback's of
Weatherj state of - :roads,, 'etcf., as
thoso itvho del a;-mHller-'bnsTiieas
G. G. MEADE.
R. E. LEE.
I'.SThe Ucio through Pennsyi
vanja has been discnutlnned tti eon',
sequence of :: a fvainful collision
which occurred there in July last,
but as sucn tilings naye been caret
fully afoided ever since, end every
precrutiou taken lor the future, it
is hopod thttf.an indulgent' public
yrill.uot remernierihat unfortunate
occureuce to n .v yMce of the
R. E. LEE. DUN BROWN, Sec.
R. E. LEE. DUN BROWN, Sec. Local and Miscellaneous.
v i?a The well known great Western Ar.
tis 9.; ileCtaiK, is still jut his camera at
the old stand on Main Strict We bad oar
own portrait taken by him a ihirttima back
and sent it to Lotidunj England,, whnre;, old
friends anI competent judgea pronounced it
a fiist cla-a pi rtrait
Fnacawthe Preble tailor ard
clothier haa juat laid in a stock of winter
gwda whioh oe would think is enough' to
cloihe the Ohio army. V. F. sells cheap, and
ji)ta "Jn,d fits to jour tastn. Call and JOtt
jill bny... v ... .. -
lABhoes, Boots, hatj. an caps, are
noWol if out half glyeji' jwa;f bytMessrs
'HosTox and StaraBKc t thoijjiyt..rj.t
on Main Street, Eaton. Never before wns I
there aticb A-'sfiow'-presanted to "the' public
.a Old Preble. Pv. your Doctor's bill this
winter bykteping your heada and feet dryf
and wajtn with gjods oi'ght t.HDiq't.Vndi
STtpMEK a Shoe and Hat Store.
t&" Our neighbor Da. cott haa removed
nia u:nce from Vanausdal s Huilding o
lln Leah's' Boarding House, (formerly oc
cupied by . (Weakley)'-where '.though he
has married a wife he still continues to dis
perse health 'to the sick aud medicines to
the afflicted. ' f' ' '
i Cplui .itHKKB, Pianoforio " dealer! of
Hamilton 6.', is iibw in'the Eas't, whither he
has gone to select from-the .Manufactories
ia New York, Boaton and Baltimore a iplon"
did assortment of new and fif';t class instru
ments.I, Any of our frienda who may intend
purchaaing a Piano, will do well to wait for
Charley's return. ... ,
!& Ugh 1 but how cold it is I Do you
say so? Then yoa have not been te Cofp'
x Deia'a Get yourself a Morinodress,
a warm elok, and a set of Furs from John's
Store and you may face the bitterest wintry
blast without feeling it . That's so. -
All persons desirous of injurei'ng their
property in a safe office, will do well to call
upon Mr. W. C. M. Brookins, the gentleman
ly agent for Proble County, of the tna
Insurance Comparj' '
Winter is coming, and Mar
shall and Bro'h, 56, West Fifth
Slrcct.'.Cinciiinati, have prepwrod
for it, by filling their Store with
Woolen Goods, Shawls, Cloaks,
Furs, aud. Winter Goods of every
description. Call onyhcrii. A-
.. BS-Any of our readers who mey visl
Cincinnati in srari-h of retiring appoarul,
will do well to viaia-ttie storo ol It. U- ilu
Craclten, No. 9, West Fourtii Street- There
they will find Democratic Shirts, lloaiery
of all kinds, and in (act everything in the
line of a gon'clman's outfit. It. C, Mo. will
tnke th old Democratic mon-y or, failing in
thut, will receive greenbau!:s in exchange
for j oods - - ; : .
' Ii3ll)elire you ) nrchase elsewhere," visit
the Store of N . B. Sephens. For further
nrticiifars. fee his adrenisenient. ' ,t '
Notice ia hereby given flint the rndorsijru.
wus tbia day duly appointed and qualified as
aUiniatrator of ilv Et. ttJofJihi O. Kse
ckhoff late nf Prable countv, Ohio. '.'
NuvIO, 1863-Sw Lewis Karvh't.iff Adm'r-.
: Mas. Nj.M. -Suffeixs' is giving
lessons in 1 Oilf and Monvctonintic
paijitiiig", - at - her ' residence oil
Sonio'rs street, aud .w'.alics two or
tbreo more pupils- Those wishing
to learn will please apply soon. m
line undersigned, -wnsi"tbi: .dsjt dbly
jl i Hiiuieu ana OUftllhed. adm niiLti a--
W "f the telftte of Pater twernii - "' lalfa
jof Preble County Ohio, deceased' - , v ;
wov. Ttn iH63. 3w, - J3ASA0 - PENCE. "
, lp the ' founty ; commissioners - of
Ti...j.;. j t ..... i
nrvrr j':iii. ' i.ji
i tuiuoiftigiicu ireenoiaers of tuff"
X county rending withm the-leraltv pro-
scnoea iv.tty. ask that such' portions .of
mroaa' exienaing rjirectlf north from Ihe
cenjer ofseti.n of Washington town-,
nip, u nea oeiween tne south line -of see
tiou 5 of the same township and Us pr?ent
InUsmectioni with the Eaton k -Hamburgh
road in (the. northeast qnarteerof the laat
named section may be vacated.-'1 ; " ;
Noy 8. w MANY PEJJOyKRS .
' ' - DlSSpLUTToN. ;; vi ;
NOTICE is hcrea-v iritun lki i.. not-...
ship heretofore existing getween the firm of
,-Mwoii a aieyor. nas been uiswlved by mut
ual oonseht - The book's and aooounu uf
said firm are left in, tbe hands of L. C
Abbot for collection. The Butchering buni-
"" -m uw oDnunuea ' Dy ; Wtlscn at the
, 5 PETER V7IL80X, '
Vo 9 ,1S63 w3
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rcace, out it snows how, and how only, pet
mauent Peeca eart be obtainad.'. a-4 l.as)
gkitiou. White Man's Oovernmeflt oT Waal-
lngtoa restored, yi. ) by the' ytur rottta,
overthrow, and etturrh'rja'.ioa Of Abolitiett
ism trom. Amaricau soil. ? t a fri n
The, Day-Jldokjis how otlyl h"'r5
political paper in New York city mado p
cxclnsivoly for country circulation. All
the others ara rehashed irm-tht -colaaaaS
of aome dnilv liaiitr. atIucd renders H almost
impossible to gije so oomulota aad geoeca).
a aummarv et the news as In the other oaae.-
Persons about subscribing should take thie
into coimidcration. Democrats, alaO,.ttosv v
se t to it that sound papers are cireulated a-
mong the People, or Abolit:onism will atH,,,
Sr be put down. ., . , .. . ,,. , v,,,
' tHHr All who dsire to refute the argn.
tienti of Abolitionists, shoe ldr-read The
Day Book. - ;- ii?.
One Copy, one jear...;.-.,...-,.,..,j.JS )0.
Three Copies, one year.. .v...6 00 j,3
Five Copies, one year....... , ,.... W i
Ten Copies, one year, and on to .tbe '
U!i uo of the Club v.M.If 00 . .j
Twenty Cepie.s, one year, and one to
- tbe jretler up-fbe Club,........
Add' tonal. Copies, fa;h.........,M,;,JJ.2a l,
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Tie name of the p.ist- flj.e, county' aad
Siate, should, in all ( tti, be plainly given
ic very letter. . , -j
. P.iynacnt nlw4T in ndraorKl, aad all f W w
pers will he stopped wreathe '.isei of fBst jl
scription paid lor expires. " ,v-.
Address - A
VAN EVRIE, HORTON A CO. ' '
Na Iii3 Nasia i atreet, Now Xwkj
V.Tedemr.' this year to placd beforr a mil
lion of northern leaders thegreut doctriaet ?1 -'llie
Dnv-Beok teachea on the questioai of
the Rcm. We confidently Relieve if tbia
journal were placed in the hands of one-half u
of the voters ot the northern States between
this time and. November, .1864, "the Dame-
crats could not fail to carry the next Presi- A
dentiul election. We -therefore maka the""
following ofl'ers, not in the light P"priej
ad not even because it will be profitable s
for w can scarce. ly afford itbut solely to) 5,
secure a wide diaaeminatiea of theYiewi
which we profoundly bcliovo will savi oat
country. . ..
;;; clubs o? TWESty.
For a club of tweuty, Resides jhe r P
net now oBered, ve will send a copy ot It
van Everie's grent work on J'Negroe and r
Negro Sloverv, ' the- third edition of asaicth i ,tJ
inat readv.i Price St OIT: ' 13 7 " v
i CLCUSOF FIFTV. - ;
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. f, i f
For a club of fifty subscribers-, "at $60, w
wilt send o. e xtra papeir-aiid a eomplete.
set' of our " at i-Aholition Publications,"
i" prices oi wuicii, uiaen loseiner, atonal
': ' ' CLUB3 OF ONE HUNDRED
In telation to clubs of one-hundred Ira
w-ll any this:- ' - " '' . T ..--
' tf o vr will send us one hnadred'amlw ft
Itibfr.-i at one time, the club to be seat te JX
one address, and herin and end at the eam. La
a me, w n receive ins papers 4 l ni 1 1 (,., i jt
V PETITION will be presented I io; tkVA1
1 Bpard of-Oommissionersof Probla''
count v, et its regular session, -eommencinc
on the first Monday in December. 186 J. (-,
that the' location "of so murk of (ha
county road extendtug from the Paytoaia
Western Turnpike at the North-west coroer
of the North-east .quarter of Seetioa 4 of,. r
Lad:er t04alvipto Reilsback'a Uill.ia tis- A&
South part of Section 26 of Gasper township,
as lies between, the mouth. Of John. Toot a ".'
lane, in the South-east qaarter of Seetioa
of said last named township, and Ibo -said
mill be so altered as that vacating that '
portion tt it, the same may be laid out and1-
established npon the line' of the township " -'5
road in present nso, rom the one to the art' "
eroint.. MANY PETITIONER! -tj Z
: October J7, 18C34tv ; . r.i
ESSKS. MILLER; RAU, A Co, HAT.
ing riurotiasec tae. orewey tonaert
owned by E. Thompson, beg 1 ave to inform '
the oitizena of Eatoa aad vicinity, that taay ;
have on hand a constant supply of tbo Wat
AUVand Laact-Bern in small aad large
quarfties to suit Customers . 'v-l t.ii. "Ji5
The highest price giraa for Barley.