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Thurad y, V December,. 3.'' I8S3
asTh. KdUorof this vaper dot
fj lctll Mm3ey responsible fit the
r?yltdia expressed tyKts'WrresptXti'
'"'nts.1 the vriler, induct the Editor
AVw'see that tWfriie.oroo' Tory
"ioteinpiirtry in town," is -Tftj8
$W and f2.00.vW wish
itieoJs to onderstand that ice haveK
sot raised our price, but couUflue
iolurolsh'the DemooratVo Press"
to subscribers for fl,60 a year
ireonbackarr ONi Gold Doll
jlH. ' Remember, friends ; we will
take One Gold DoLLARor a year's
subscription to our paper, or Ohb
.Dollar ahd a Quarter in ailver.
Bring" ua aome of the good old
Democratic money for a Demii
dcratic paper. , Payment must in all
ase be made IN ADVANCE.
8omt details of the battle of Chickamuaga
srenowpublithed.' We sre ssid to have
taken 6,000 prisoners, SO piece! of artillery;
and 7,000 itand of arms.
From KooxVUle, the news is conflicting.
Loogstreet it reported to be retreating into
The telegraph infortni ua that Meios has
' ' fallen back to Frederickiburg.
,: ' There seemes to have been a battle on
Friday last, when we had the advantage.
' Lee being forced to retreat
With reaped to the next President, Grant
.. at looked upon f "the cominz nan,"
. At the recent election in New York City
.Gontber, the independent candidate, was
elected Mayor. ,
Congress will commence its next icsaiou on
.' Monday next The contest for the Speaker
.ship promics to be lively.
An account of the escape of John Morgan
and hit tix companions from the Ohio Pent'
', eentiart, will be found In soother eoluran
j Two of the caplaint have been captured,
:! sis miles East of Louisville. - '
WEEKLY SUMMARY. TO OUR READERS.
We are f lad to eay that our last
. address to the Democracy of Pieble
"' - county, has led some bitcksllders
;' ! to pay us their back debts, and to
, rive up their paper. . We hope
ilwt a eood many more of the eame
stamp will serve us in a similar
way.. Soma of , you gave a tjw
dollors to start the "Prese," but
Dot to us ; but we have given sevi
wal hundred dollars out of onr own
'.pocket, to support it 'and, keep it
afloat. We off -r to prpve twa aim-
, pie fact. Some good men promlaed
Of wood for. their paper, seven
- months ago, but neither their wood,
v '"nor their money lias yet reached
' , us. We really feel c if we ought
, to apologize, to our reader, for
asking aome .'of tbem to pay na
- ,r what thay owe us. : In Eaton, we
' ' ' are tiippi rted by all parties honest.
; kJy aud liberally, but in many other
parts of the county we are treatel
with dishonest defiance.
THE MISSOURI ELECTION.
J - t'ha Abolition Radical Ctctidh have been
-,! Vattii in Miaaoim at the lata 'Stat elect
- r -: ioo. The 8v Louis Rpublkan," of the
. ., "tcraws cocar.
. T" " ffbi qnestioa is at length settled, e
' ond a doubt, thai Mattre. Baiet, Bay and
'ferydea are elected Judges of the Supreme
l' 'Xoott tot ttae- next at years. Ibe tabla
hich piAKe today ahowt it, and Judge
-JCioeria the very pleasant proeeedinga
' -akh took place in tb Cnmiaal Cccrt,
: -"Wsurday, Bad allusion te it when eeyiog
iSat ha wwuld retara tv the practice of hi
For the Democratic Press.
HOME PATRIOTS AGAIN.
fclav FaaaiMOX--Since my last
epis,tle, t have consulted the war
department of ' Washington town
stdp,and fiad if, reports two recruits,
althou gh;ftbe Register boasts tat
fonr tt of every five male HvW
in it are good "loyal" war tnetf. I
am credibly informed that in the
Beijiiter office alonej. ron ntitiKjedl?
Toris", jonrs. subs, "devils" and pions
priest, there are'no loss thaa Meh
able bndied, T:gorousitay-at'bome
war mn, Jaylngj, aroiin . all the
m arfdt becntisei Jnodestiv'Dro-
porjed ait vie.-bjss., gas and more
honesty on the part of the blatant
Jnnior of the crew xiara Foiuidly
abused by him 1n : bis r'snal Ttilgar
and senseless" sty'e, applying nch
enitnet as Mtonr ano"trwr're-t
nn argument against, ins not tieing
consistent. , lie says 1 am not In
favor of g'ving another man or
dollar for the war; and that wnem
ever he thinks he can . go better
than others; he will iiot. hwitate
moment Brave,, patriotic and
"loyal" Isaac, will yon ever come
to that concltisior ! No, never, as
loVg honsting, lieing and tlecep
Hon v will keep yon out of it..
tliat kl'.id of material would ha,e
put dow the rebollion.it would
Indeed hav been but a "breakfast
Boell." ' But ' wher solid wok
to be performed, to nfie the clasi
el languge of oJir umiable (?) vir
tnous (?) and hontt (?) Presidont
yourdassot radt'eaf ranting, crnzy
fanatics, pious iirietO &"d all,
not amount to "pig traeM" Fraud
deception and cowardice. are the
besetting sins of all of your ca'iber
and other poor; deluded cr"uttiie8
have to pay and suffer for it. Not
one of you have yet shouldered
your musket, a id to prove that yo
misrepresent me,' I wilj state Toms'
positively that l am decidedly in
tivor ot giving you una all me rest
pt your stripe, and your greeulmcks
too for the vigorous persecution
of this war. . Now go. You siiy
it is in its last throei andcaiiaot
Inst but a , few months, why don't
you go t You can leave your fam
ily in bettsr circumstances than
have been left, and it is hollow-
hearted, it is . hypocritical, it
cowardly, for you and the stout,
able bodied, "vigorous wur" priests
or Ministers of the Devil around
ns, to talk and act as you do.
You say I voted for .Vallandlg
ham. Would to God I had had
vote to give, not for the man, but
for the irinciplos he chenihe and
advocates. I am tired ot the war
of being-dependent upon
charities 'of s cold and selfish
world, for' the scanty comfort
enjoy, not knowing at what moment
my only help may be borne to
limbless or liteless tired of seeing
with' whut indiflerenco pusillani
mous priests, professed "loyalists,"
and those who are most clamorous
in hounding on this destruction
and desolation among us, can ga
tlUT arouna tl0 JCStlVe uoaru,
the PrcsideniV Thauksgiving,
merry,' and laugh away 'no prosti
tuted day, or assemble in the house
of God, and desecrate its sanctity,
by abiitdng and vilifying those who,
like the, .Savior of jaen, preach
"peace and good will, to all man-kind''-4whi!e
at that Very moment
the death struggle of brothers
going on hundreds hurried to
untimely grave, and 'the agonizing
shrieks of widows and orphans,
the wild cry f lathers and mothers
for their sons, and sisters for
brothers, heard In every : village
and neighborhood I But what
these stony-hearted pgraaites,
long as their ease and -comiort
not disturbed? May a God of
to order it, that when the
of sorrow comes,' it shall heap
weight upon this class of hypocrit
ical, stay -at home 'patriot!, is
lpflorw prayer 6f ' - ' ; '' '
A Wa Widow.
HOME PATRIOTS AGAIN. ESCAPE OF MORGAN AND
OTHERS FROM THE OHIO
How He Got His Tools.
HIS LETTER TO THE WARDEN.
[From the Cincinnati Enquirer Nov. 30.
Columbus, November 28, 1863.
' General John H. Morgan and six of hit
Junior olBcereetcaped from the Ohio Peni"
tentiary lait nightyMMav .-.wwwEpr"
The names of the prison ere who escaped
wjtkorga aas follows: V i X t
f aptain J. C. Benaett, CupUin S. B. Tay
or, Captain Raliib Sheldon. Captain L H.
Hines; Captain I T).' Jrijckertmilk
Captain O. aMaveW ij- t
u.folooeiDiek Mergaa aixl the sis Captain!
whe were-confined in1 tM lewer range of
eel's,' hud', by mean's 'of Iwo, small knives
dug through the floor "of fi"ir cells, which i
composed of eemeat and, nine Inches 'of
brick work. Underneath 1' "- cells It ai air
trhan'ber exUinduig the w' s.'lthgth ot'.the
building Qljhit fact the priio'nort teem to
have bea Sware. Onoe in the air okamber,
one of them could crawl to jti1 terminut and
dig down into the' r oft ea:th with the knives
until the bottom of the foundation of the
Wall was reached, then digging out, and the
thing was completed
Meanwhile ropes had been manufactured
of the bed-iicktng, and all arrasgiitneots
wlre'0mpleted for their final eteepe. Kv,
i-ty thing being in readinestby lasteveo'ng
nnly.a little ttnaeny 'waa,jBessary for the
eacape of General Morgan. I He occupied
cell an theiiecond range, juj't orcr the one
occupied by his brother Dick. , j-j
; Last evening at the prisoners, were being'
locked up for the night, the-. Morgans wore
allowed to exchange cells with eabh other
Dick had eeo evary thing prepared, he
permitted his brother John to take hit place'
Some time during ihe night the prisoners
crawled through the hole UVy had dng un
der the wall, but had skilliully concealed
taking their ropet with them. They escaped
from the prison immediately between the
main building and female department. ,
Once In tre yard their escape was com-
parative'y easy.., They went lo the south
west corner of the outer wall, rear the big
jrata, and threw thfir rope ever the' top,
whrre it secured itif If on one of the f pikes-
On the rppe, and by the aid of some timbers
near at band, they clambered to the top,
and easily descended on the outside. There
are guards on the outer walls after a'cer
4aia.ai.nr. ., , ' !j -
.The prisoners wars d ened 1b ' citizen's
clotl 'SS, and not in prison hntiiftmrntf.
A n ote wna.leit for . the ..Warden of the
prison, of which the following it a copy:
."Casti Menen CV11 No. 20v November 27,
1163 ' Commencement, Novmber 4, 1IG3
Conclusion, November 20, 18S.M - Numbir
of hours for labor ptrdny, 3; tools, 2, and
small knives.. La PatUnct tit amen, mail
ton fru't tit dovx. By order of my six
honorable Conft derates,
T. HENRY HINES.
"Captain C. S. A."
THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION.
The original draft of the President's E
mancipation 'Proclamation' Lai been con
tributed the-. Korth-western Fair. It
claimed that the pen w th which; (he l'rocla'
inetion wat written is in the'' possession
the Chicago H Storit al Society..' This iaja mis
take. It is owned by George Pv Lirermore
of Massachusetts, and he says he would not
part aith it at any price. Kxchnnge.
The original goose that bore the original
quill that signed the original , draft of
original Emancipation 'Proclamation
owned by an old lady in New . Jersey. She
ayt it's s darned mean goose anyhow, and
she'll take', two shillings for ' it Ex
change, . ;,. .f.', ? v. ; ' V v .
The original goose tht signed the origi
nal draft of the original Emsncijjation Pr
elamation, it now in possession, of Wendell
rhiiB.nd Fred l)onlaa. J"t;-;
intend lo sell him again at the earliest
porlnnity. ; ' ' ' i
t& Oar imports are now sadlr sgamst
ut we export at paper prices and 'mport
a gold standard TVe ere behind this year
in our foreign commerce from 160,000.000
to $8Q.000,000V This will tweep oot gold
balance accounts' 'Although our mines
rich and worked welt, yet ' our paper basil
renders them oi no value to the people
large, nor to the ' Government, Gold
become merchandise, like pork and beans,
and out of circulation at monev, and hence
has no control as a standard of value. Un
til paper gets out of the way, old
not come back. That is the lew God's
lawnot that of Salmon P. Chsie and
Abolition Congress." ft is the "higher law"
which Deity aloes enforces, and with which
man has nothing to debut to keep out et
way. When William H. Seward and the
bolitioni-u undertook to get tip a "higher
law" of their own, and'jostlo God aside
inferior Jo themadves, they made tad havoc
of the job, and destruction marked their
ery footsteep.. Faor, miserable, sinful
can't play God, and the sooner they give
tue mtd eiwrimeut tae i utter. -
A CANADIAN PAPER ON
THE FINANCIAL QUESTION
IN THE UNITED
IN THE UNITED STATES.
From the Toronto (Canada) Leader.
Hiatorr repeats itself' so often and so
forcibly that it a 4 aiatttrf ao Utile tor
prist how tuduVeat we are sometimes to its
important teaohings. Haughty monarcbs,
whose sole aim appears to b e the centralica
tion of the entire machinerTofGqvernmeqt U
their own bands, olten become atterly alid
to the precej ts of history; thty can) j li
pletefy behind them. Through all the raa
(icationt of life the earns truth is clearly dit
b., Wy have a eery striking iestaSoe
i the uhited WatatotAmefiea1 atbe
present anomentt-J,Bf-two feaif and a half
tue two sections of thai osce powerful Uat
tod have been in deadly at ife with each Qth
er, a million and sttnlf of men, the' Wie'j
and sinew of the sentry, have been; trans
ferred from the peaceful avocations ofifej
mose wno were oaoe ine great prquueers u
the cou try have suddenly become eonsunv
erslTrredeemible paper, money floods', the
ooentry; ole avenoea or traae nave been
rnthlesaly destroyed, and new ones, whose
t ilt iibjectls the dettrvction of human . life.
been formed Sndl vei, strange to say, peo
ple see in this a condition of great national
prosperity, .fere it the ignorant and
humble, who fere so far carried away as to
iistk tbij fljityiy iiaseli and- tHeretrtciout
glare of concealed rottenness for tne pure
metal of sound commercial prosperity, there
would be nttVing tocall for exclamntlbn) of
surprise, put when we, hod, the leading men
6f aitaleinaulging irr Ins sam Seta ot
bought, fd pliclyT declaring that. the
countrv iRmdrti DroRfteroui than it aver
wat before, we are led to wonder t ihose
I'eet Uiey have atudiod.tht priaeiples of pol
iticsl economy. "' '.
Mr. Beecber, wheifin England, dwelt fre
quently upon this subject Never,' he de
clared time and aiain, wat. America any.
thing like ao croeierous as at present. But
a Mr. Beecher bed the honesty to say the
he was not a financier1, "but a patriot and
clergyman only," bil teachings upon com
erce and finance need not be very carefully
criticised. Aehewatnpou a "patriotia
tour, stirring np the minds of Englishmen
ir'shmen pnd Scotchmen in favor of hie
country s cause, and thus pushing oa the
w irk o emigration, which, .alasl it now
only too large, we mutt not be over captious
with hit political economy. Vr. Seward
however, is a d.ffernet personaye. A; pat
riot, doubtllett, he would call himself, but
'cltigyman' only'he it not; and being the
Grit Minister of the Washington Cabinet
controlling it more directly than' any other
member of the Administration we thnud
expect to find him above the level of tuch
drivel as he has bceS . lately indulging
Hear him: "In the insurgant States.', tayt
this modern, economist, "there is not . one
citizen who is not the poorer and the more
unhappy for the war. In the loyal regions
kthere is not a tate which is not the strong-
er, nor s citisen who is not the richer, for
the ssmc cause.
Every man who is now a soldier bat been
converted from a producer into a consumer
Did he till the field, or work in a factory,
or labor on the docks, hr weald be doing
something toward ythe creation , of wealth.
and thereby benifiting the nation at large,
as well as himself individually. , ,As s till
dier he benomes a tax npon the industry
tbe country engaged in tbe consuming, non
productive process of warfare. There is
this rein of thought a fine Seld for the nice
calculations of the economist; hut we
past on to tbe more practical Consideration
of the subject The soldiers being no long.
er producers must be fed and vlothed
paid, not from the result of their own Indus
try, but from tome other source, - What
thtt source? Mr. Secretary Chase responds
"Gecobac.i 'H,.t i, tU great palltce,
forlB"wviis"bYthe country; the magip
wand which converts the entire 8tstes into
a i-ertect Paradise' Mr. Chase has already
issued $00,000,000 of this Sort of "money''
and contemplate! adding $50,000,000 to
back of it Besides a debt of some fifteen
Lnndred million' dollars more has been ereaed
sinee the the war 'commenced, and yet
according to Mr. Scwnrd the country
never in a more prosperous condition)
must be blin4 if he thinks so. - ..
- If the Federal Administration could carry
on the war oat of taxes upon .industry,
that the country still prospered, then
Secretary of 8iste might claim credit
having achieved a wonderful success.
such a thing has never yet been done
ne'ewl!t' " No nstipn ia , tti. world,
however, ever went into debt faster , for
purposes than the Federal ' States. Ia
rears and a half it haf piled np a debt-
taking the difference between the ratet
interest into account half at large st
at that of Great Britan; and that, aut alont
bj borrowing but oy "robbing ' tho poor
man.' Im Jemeble paper money it "robber
and nothing elbe," The power of the Gov
ernment makes 't a legal tender, ajdit,
consequently, passes into circulation
what it is worth- "Now a nominal dollar
worth only sixty cents, and the poor"
ittfors the deriosiatiqii. Tic rlsa
it so ujch, because tbey increase their
w with out of the temporary inflation of the
boar, which, when the babble collapterffwijl
fall spon the eountry. Ehoddy , "rules ', tie
roost," and it is making hay while (he sun
skints. . -It mT strut about aow" bedecked
in flashing diamonds and tbe richest fabrics
that ill gotten' gains caa obtain ferit; aut so
sure ts there it justice la the ecoaomy of
Nsturcao turtdoesa terrible retribution
await those people who are growing wealthy
Lout of the saisfortaaes of the -eountryaiid
asing all thir endeavors to prevent the war
ocmiag to a dose. ' '."i i
e '. l . .', .
We shall n,ot enshroud ourselves in the
mantle of the br'onbet. and attemot to take
s glance through the vita of the future; but
tbereeeewa to be nothing more eerUiV"tu5n
that if the war should go on of year or.two
lobgor, more ' greeribacksV'wflhave ' to be
iuord; tie'ir depreciation will become great
er and rraler.'a dollar will not' only not be
a dollar, bat every commodity of Ute will
advance in propofipnate ratio, as i. is now
doing. , The s quarter dollar will buy what
tty buys now, 'There (s. no ute in tbe
Government trjing to stop the .depreciation,
The history of French and Russian atsignstt
4nd American continental money sufficiently
attest the futllty of endeavoring to stop tb
depreciation of their inconvertible paper.
there may be the elements of prosperity in
Mvh a state of attain as, this, the borders ol
which have already been trodden on; bnt
on Tent we csn not see it. 1 If ' Mr. Seward
does he Is not so Intellectually'", teen' as hr
gets credit for being. ; i: - ' r - .
From the Toronto (Canada) Leader.-T-E-L-E-G-R-A-M-S-.-
Cumberland i Gap, .November-r 30 11-50
P. M. Caittaiti BrynS repulsed Wheeler'
aitick atrtingston' on . Wednesday Iast.'.
Whoeler then retired toward Knoxville.
WASHINGTON, December 2.
Important newt reaebwa ds front the fron
to-night Meode, failing lb get' a fight out
of Lee by hit retreating, intrenching and
delaying our rapid advance, hat found it nc
cessary to fall back to the Rappahannock
to obtain mere sopplies A retrogade move
ment was commenced yesterday, and some
Of our troops reached urandy. Station and
Culpepper to-night This ends the csm
aign for the present '' i. ',
, Rumors tire rife. of . the snpersednre
Meade by Hooker nnd Sedgewick, bat
change has bee made.- ; , . ,
. Tazewell, Tennessee, Decembel' 8-40
M. Reports from the outposts' this evening
con err in etiabliahing the, probability that
Lonestreet it retreating from- Knoxville
WisHisoTon, December 3. Tbe following
hat been received. -from ' General Banks,
dated Brownsville, Texas' November 30:
To his Excellency Abraham LicS'oln Presi
dent of the United States:
; I am in occupation , of . Brazoa Island,
Point Isabel .and Brownsville. "My mosi
sangnine eSpsettations are more than real.
Thre revolutions hae occerredt Mat
smorat, ePrcting the Government j( . Tsmr
aulipaj. The first wat adverse to this inter-
eiU of Mexico and'the'TJiiited States. - Ev
ery thing is now as favorable as could
desired.''- : ' ' : ,
nasningion, Liecemoer z. itie.Htad
crowning' feature of .he Statue of Freedom
wit snccesifulli. hoislsd to 'tt - nenition
the dome' of the Capit;o( "to-daj; amid
sheers, oth spectators below,' and a aaluto
of cannon. . Tbe fiuTw is' made .of bronze!
ts nineteen feet Vigli,' and. weigns fifteer
thousand pcuridt. "7t was designed by Craw
ford and cssl by Clark Mills'
Local and Miscellaneous.
'!'!!- 'v-'-rli'."! J fwitK'
If you waut something good,
the ahat'e of ajoote, Slides, .Hats,
aid Caps, w'jy pay a visit to; llus
to & , Stepheks' Store 'pH'Muin
Street, and if your wants are
supp'ied, we'll confess -we. dent
know what ia jsooJt
60. 8:1863-0;' r'
IT'S A FACT
ThatGot rWaovr ehitsged in msking
Saddle , and Harness; ' what s mot
makes all out of Bichmond ' Lfther;,which
will neither crack'.'Bor iror to pie-ees
fir0 time of using','u,'iB;e ,alsotni)o, wo.-k
as eheaatae "aBT Other tnao"'ti'rW
tetler'oergains ss tbq'.ality, eto..
Jfioa ws'nt to iM"somi":gbod epecimV
of Harnese Making give n m a can.
.ill fin htm on Baron Street, next door
Pr..Crume's. . 1 (V ::i
Farmers, remember this
CjsAl-ft S.eBltKS, JPUt.jforti dealer
i. -t- in the East, whither
n amnion, if.,
hiigo'ns to Select from the.'-Manufacteriee
i, Neertork, Boston and Baltimore i
a a ... -.nt f new and fiet class ipstn-
... i f onr friends v6 may
purcWng PUno. Vffl 8 well 'to wsit
Chirley t Ktnra.
Vt'l lii 1 in l ow Aid it it I re yea say at .
Then, von have not beea to Coffaiaa at
Deem", Get yourself: a Merino frees,
waror'clouk'anil a set of Fart (rv Joke
tori, "d too en fuse the UUeeest wiatrf -
blast wl,.IiOutfw!:.ugU. That' as.
taAny pwsoH who has on o
two bogs to cell, weighing from
one hundred to one hundred and ;
twenty-five pounds each, may bear
of purclia8eF by'-calllng at tht
'Pf ess' pfflco. r 71 1 T V
3Wlnter is coming, and Maiu
shall and Bao'!,-66, West Fifth
SfreVfr'ClhclnnitI; nave prepared'
fot. tH filiingheir Blore with
Purs, and v Winter Goodf of overr .
description.;; Call on them, .
David " and "a-l r'
nanbak I his wife I ' ' frcti1s
Ph'ffs, Coar KwCammea
WrlllSra P. . Painter I Pleas.
and .otsera vtt ts. j "
.a i e. i I i.
T.EWLS TRAINER RdesnhatT Trainee
Jjof the State tflndisnr, will tnke notice, '
that David Lee and Sesanaah Lee hie wi'a
of the Conty of Preble and SUm f Ohio,
did oo the 10th day of February Al D. 18J,
tile in-At petition tu tne court or uommoa
Pleas within and for -the Conntv-of PnhU.
in said State of Ohio, against the aaid Lewie
Triiner, Rosahnah Trainer, and William P.
Peine Uanns ;Pf ie, Mary Paine, Misneari
Paine. Virginia Paine Amsnda--G. Cord,
Tboross 'Curd; Melinda,' Pulse; ' Theodore
tainef. William Paine 'Otcar' Paine, Theo
dore Paine, Alonzo Paine and Jobs J. Waif
defendants setting forth that at Die-
Term of the raid Court of-Comaoa fleas
A. P. 18 the plaintiffs above) aamed
In a proceeding In'said Court tVea and there
hid, wherein, these plaintiffs were pctl ioa
rs, ''and 'one' I'hlneaS' Paint and Lewis
Tr'airer were defendante Jthete plaistiff. rtv
eoTdred a judgment or decree for the tut
of $0097.8, and which awidamonat was '
mede a specific lien on. the following da
scribed real ectate .situate in Preble County,
Ohio, ami described ss follows em-wit Be
ing the west half of the Nerth-wett quarter "
of section number two (2) in Townsl-.ia
number nine (9) of ran ohe ( I least Ae..
and it was further, -decreed by said Court
the', the aaid asm of $6097.86 might at ssy
time ne luiiy satmned and liquidated by Cm
said Pliineas Paine bis heirs or assigns coa
veying tc these plaintiffs the above) describ"
premises Ae., tbst during the peadency of
said last mentioned suit the said Thomstr
Peine forr a nominal consideralit a fraodu
tently 'COvevedssid' premisee to ate SOn
Pbineat B. Paine and Williem P. -Paint la
order. to defraud and defeats the fiai stiff
out oC said .premises'!' - Aed "piayinjf that
the said deed from Fhineas Paiut Sr., to
Pbmeaa B. Paino and William P. raine, be
set aside as null snd void, and that the ds-
fcnManu aliove named, may. bf .compelled to
execute to the plaintiffs good and .tnfficient
oeeas oi conveyance ia said premises, or in
default of such crfriveysnce being made, that
the decree of the Court may operate ss such,
conversnce.. i . , :: ,
A nd the said Lew's Trainer, and. Jlosan-
tiah Trainer are cofificd hat .they rrd re
quired to appear apd, fnswer 'tvd pttijlen
on or nctore tue 9tn dsy p JiuMyi A- D..
i. v 1 Hi ClvD LEE A WIFE;.
J Gilmere Camphel' Att'yn s " : lfi ;
aesi, u.n. tArsatuiK.'
Pee, , U63-6w , vPff. $tS,ftK
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ADMIKI&THATORS'-SALE W .
John WolA'dm'?. oili' Treble Common
batuuel . Fleming ds-1 Pue Petition t-
. ceased rlaujtitf d 1 serf viae' to pay
Wary Fleming et. si. ; J 1 '' J i
' ' defendants', -rr J.- .'
IN pursuance 'of an order granted by the
Court of OomtMn Flea tof Preble Conntr
Ohio, I will offer for sale, al public suction
on ,. . . t.-j'
Saturday December 26 A; D;186S.
St one o'siocVF. M.'aY the front door of the
Court House in Eaton Ohio, the folfowing
real ettate.'altuate W the County of Prebbv
and State of Ohio, snd discribed ss follows '
to wit: ' ' '" 1 '
First, being the South half eflot nnmber
forty -one X41.) ti known ,and def ignited o
the pUi? ofUa town- cf eVLeingtotv
Preble County, Ohio. . -
Second, being lot, number fourteen (14)
os known and designated on tbe plat of the
town of New Hope, Veble County, Ohio.
Third, Being louciber vfifteei- (14) as
known: and desiguated on the town plat of
the town of New Hope, Preble Connty, Ohio.
The first described lot being the South; half
of lot number 41 in New Lexinfton to ha
sold su ject to the dower' sf .the said Mary
Fleming in the whole ot saia premises,
r , And fots anmberS 14 and IS ia Ke Tope
to be sold separately free and vnenen8bot
ed with dower.'-! M-i i -
TERMS - OF 8AL-0ne third Mb IB
hand, one third in tix raonthevaad thstest
due in twelve months from the day of sale.
witnjateresi.-.wiB :paymeii.jwf oe sweurva
hrWnrfitSEe on the tirem btt-aold. ar food
and scceptble personsUecority, a tie sf.
tion of the Administrator!
1 TTTVT WVT
Admiisrrtr)rf Ssrnael Fleming dee'd.
G.lraore ft Campbell Alty t lor-riurt.
i!T c STAKDAttD-
I HPrv - ' - OF ALL K1KD8"
f- i 9 Also . Warehouse Irueii
Letter Presses, Vo .
4 Faifbaflks- GxeenleafO 0i
'l72.iiis Street, CHICAC3.
sjjtldia Cinetnnati by Trou A Arss"