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Cincinnati, Eaton & Richmond.
Cincinnati, Eaton & Richmond. RAILWAY LINE.
m At WINTER ARRANGEMENT, r
. l-vnil si j.Siq i. :i i' i ) ,n i.j .'..,
no ba ( arjniiivwrH .i.u...j :j . . . j
-vPaseenger .Trin will run1 an this Road.
A.' M. ' -WIU, Lf ATI p. If.
. 7.00 Richmond'...'.'.. 1 6.00
8.20 Disjunction 6.04
8.40 Westville...w... 6.19
8,50 Florence......,. 6.28
,9.00 New Hop .. 6.35
9.13 Eaton 6.60
9 20 Barnet's...,...,. 7.09
9.38 Camden 7.16
9.S0 Somerville....T. 7.29
9.69 Collinsville...:. 7.89
, -11 Wcitviiie:.;.'.-.:.
10.07 Sown Mile...... 7.6ft
10.20 Hamilton'..'..... 8.15
10.25 ABB.iT.Ck'M.l 9.30
The Chicago Express Train, going treat
learci Cincinnati at 7.00 P. M., Hamilton
8.15, Camdon 9.09, tilths 9.35, arrive at
.Hichraond 10.15, f ' . ...
u Ooiff sflruth'will teave Richmond at 7 25,
. f-Av U.,- EatbwS.W, Camd"8.45, Hamilton
- 9.45, arrive at Cindinnat 11.00. '''
-"L"4 il , "' """ D- McTjARBN; Sop't ,
Cincinnati, Eaton & Richmond. RAILWAY LINE. U. S. 5-20'S.
V.V.t ti --, i .,.' .' ;... .
Tht Sxrtiary .of the; Tteawry. Lai not
-et givva notiae of any intention to with
draw thifl'popolar lon from Solo at Par, and
' untill ten, day notice is- given, the nndor
stenedaa' "General SubcripHon Agent,'
'.Will contihhc'to supply the public.
"'Thehdle arrloiint of the Loan authorized
,t(i Five! 'Hundred Million tf Dollars Near
ly Four JIundrei Millions have been already
'.Wbsoribedfa tad paid into the Treasury.
mostly within the Uit seven moutha, The
.largo demand from abroad, and the rapidly
increasing home demand for nso as the
base fur circulation by National Bunking
Associations now organizing in all parts of
the country fcill. jil My hort period,
absorb the caknec. Sales have lately
ranged 4.-on tn to fifteen millions weekly,
(freqnentl Ji)it3fling three 'rrjlliafta 'Jijily,
and as it it wolT known that the Secretary cf
the Treasury Lns ample And -unfailing ro
.ounce:iii the dntin tu lmmuLi and Inter.
iiiil Rapiinei, and in the issne of the lnten
Twlibeprjiig IKiil,,7''nder'. TrcasuryiNotes,
-"W'almflst'a crtnnty tliot h will not find
''tyb&Msff , Vng, to coma, 'to
neck m nmrlit for nv other lonjr or norma
fftisfitXjiim;' TfTK'fN'TKREST A ND I'BlNi
MPXl'Ol WHICH ARE PAY AWE IX
.OLD.-i . . ...
;JPrudcrict and self iiilcrp.ot must force tho
niTntls of those contemplating tho formation
of jCationnl Rmickiu Associations, as well
a tlifii niml j ul all who have idlo mqtcr on
, fheir houdvto the prompt conclusion that
Vjf.jt shiuld losri iio time in s'ibcriking to
tfjt moH( popular loan. It will soon be bo
fond their reach, and advance to a hand
nme premium, as was tho result with the
""Seven; Thirty" Loan, when it was all sold
arid could. no longer be subscrioed for at
tar... ', ...
'It is a Six-per Cent Loan, the Interest
hiiS prtMpil payable in Coin, thus yield
ing over Aineier Gnf. per Annum at the
present raU of premium ou coin.
In Uoverament requires all duties . on
imports to be ; paid in coin: theso duties
have for a liing time'' past amounted to
orer a Quarter of a Million of Dollars duilv
a flnm iiffjinlff thrpA timn a irrnntni. tlian thnf
required' in- the payinout of the interest on
alt the S 20' S and other permanent Loans.
D.;iLn l. J il.i .1 n .
(ju iuiii ii, if jivpuu iusi iuo surplus uoin in
the Treasury, at' no distant day, will euable
the United States to resume specie payments
nfion al Uabillities.
yis Loan is callsd 5i20 from the fact
that whilst the Bonds may run for 20 years
yo the (Jovenment hs a right to pay them
hfflnOoW at par.' at anv time after 5
TkMrtt Undid naif -yearly, Tir;on
the first days of Novamber and May.
abcribers can, have Coupon Bonds,
wkiih'.are. payable t bearei,' and ora $50,
$160, $500, and $1,000; or Registered; B nds
. of sam I JnooirrinatforM, a'ndi n addition, $5,000
and $10,003". 'For banking purposes and
foytfestijd-iltsjof fr3t-niilcsTth Regit
rfed Borini Sra 'prcatubla.'j. i
These 5-20's cunnot bo tnxod by States,
cities, towns or counties, and the Govern
ment taxpntthems only ene-and ablf per
cen6ytMihfto?int $f ntarhj.iiejl I the
income of the holder exceeds Sis Biinfrad
dollars fjcr annum; all other iaycsUnents
such al income from ' Mortgages, Railroad
Stock and Bonds. eto,(must pay from three
to fivo per cent tar bn tbe'ioootno.
Banks and Bankersihroughouttha Country
llf b61)iliune to' dispose ot iio , Bonds; and
sffl'oidersjBr malt or 'otherwise prqmtlv
fltwndedto. ' '!' '"",,",'
the delfver of the Bonds is unavoidable,' the
nrcneef from Ine'dar'bf
- - -
114 SOUTH. THIRD STREET,
A. Toi First National Banr if Ham.
i.Jftn in rfnrAffif.' 'tto'TAptAva rthcni-i;L
fy tbis dcsienble x)nj j'jnj :r.Z: 'l
krtta-l4a. Unit J al)ila.
tvi? hor.lw-BelV weghin-from
otfjjhdrjBrl'Jojotie" hundred; ad
of a purefcaset,' 6j calling (at the
Trew" offige, .
Cheaper' than an other house, and
has the Bo&t Assortment ,
. , In the Market.
J. 'I ,U
N B. STEPHENS
OFFERS FOR SALE, '. ' ,
SATIN FINISH MERiNOES
If B. STEPHENS
WILL SELL YOU A GOOD
MEN'S and BOPS WEA.E.
N. B. Stephens
Will Furnish You With a Nl
i- t ; " ; . .5 r
OR LES THAN YOU CAN
, PKAU KINDS OF. .
- -a j j. ft- vr z -
J 1: T
1 wio n
..Opposite the oiirt Sous
'.0 ti.:...:.l tea i'.r.'i-i -Li d'
.v -.:.': tvl Misw )! .,"
'Minor Old Corner, West Main StttttJ
HAVING taken 'Q, rocery
, formerly carried by
UULBURT t. Pr nuwrl .nnl.l ...
nnhllit 4a kia . .11 1 . 1 I a. - l
1 "vii imeiueu sincK ot ...
- 1 PETTITS, lrUTS, CANDIES, -
FLOUR, MEAL VEGETABLES
MUSTARD. BAKING POWDERS
FISH, 8ALT, CHEESB, RICE. SOAP
v NEGAR, COAL OI
BROOMS, BUCKETS, TUBS
rowder, Shot, Lead, Caps, ,
Forks, Kakc8, Axts,
SpikeB, Knives, Bolts
"LOCKS., , flimlut . V..U.1
And a host o otlmr rf.h.J " Jl
1 He keep, the very best assort
men of Everything usually kept in . Fam-
sell ' uv ' uciermined to
As Cheap as the Cheapest !
ifflTAll tin,?. nf r... . . '
exchange for Groceries ' UCe ,UK"
Angng',.7, IHU3 Gm j
Benjamin Shield, Pim- PfcMo Common
1 t it ci T7',' '," ,: f Ple8 Civ'l Action
JohnV.Slneldset.al.DfJ For Tartiticn.
TIIEabovo John V. Shields and Mary
Uavisson, Jonathan Unvisson, Iabel
tellers, David Sellers, Phebe Shields, Henry
Childers; hhza MeNutt, Henry McNutl,
Ismo Childers Daniel Childers, Uniah
Coders Amy Pease, Wertcr Pca.se and
Phcbo Childers (ihe last named being a min
or) are hereby notified that on tho 4th day
of Den 183 thesaid Benjamin Shields filed
in the Clerks Office of the Court ol CWmon
1 lias of Prcblo county Ohio, his petition
which is now pending, setting (Vth that his
brother Daniel Ihiolds, after the death of
his father Isaac; ShioMa n,,v..1.. j r i-
iister Catherine Childers all her ' undmrlJ
interest in tho real estate of which her fath
er u,, .i-aeu; uoing eighty ncrcj of land in
1 rcblc county Ohio, and being part 0r the
south-west quarter of scclion 21, Township
9. runire 2 pant, xr f. n, ...... n.f
and that said Daniel Shields paid the said
CutlinnnnP hi l,ro il,. r.,11 - '
. ,,,,, umuuui 01 sum
purchase money, aud that tha said Catharine
nnf ani.l llan.nl ' . . .
',. ' . , , . in'oscsaion ot saiu uudi
divided interofit in fln;,l n,.an.:bA.
. . , nun prom
ised to release her said interest to said Dan
iel, ntid intended In ,.. c .1:1 1 ... . ,
uig so, and aliening that said Daniel remain-
cu in possession oi sa tf premise and the
undivided interest of the said Catharine
therein till Ins death which took phice in
June 1853, and asking the court to specifi
cally execute finiil nnlr,,at . .
above nBmcd chi d ofthn f.i,l rn,..:.
, . -WW V'IVI1UIC
uuuers aeccaseu, aud to bar their right to
grand father Isaac Shields deceased. And
luriner slating that the said Daniel Shields
die.-": intestate leaving neither widow nor
children, seized in. foe. simple of the follow
ing, real estate situate in Preble Cocnir,
Ohio, and beimrnllnf itio
wcUon 21, township Drango 2 est; tontain-
,44a wro mure or ie&s( except thirty a-
CtCS OUt Of til A nr.rf.1i.ori at ushI nC
now owned by J-. 'T.' Ferd; fhe residue being
13 ncres moro or less; also stating that ho
lUlaintiffi is pmitloil i 1... j::.i.j
part thereof, and thut ihe defendants above
named (including live children of snid Cath
arine Childern AntttwA an. . .
- ... .. .v.M ulu icmim 111 cum.
roon withhimln said premises, and doinaad
ing partition thereof, aid the said defen
dants arc further nnlih'n.l ,,!... ,1,.. J. -
pear and answer or demur to said petition on
- before the 7th day of March 18i, the
proper orders to effect ihe objects intenied.
will be asked for and taken in their absence
:; . GIL1I0EE A AMPB1CLL, ;
"vf. Labsu. ctoik. r '
Dec. 10,'1863-6w. " ' ' ; " ; r
Rally Once Again,
- Jac,ob Groiue-
WOULD inform thn inW.Itani. nr fa.
and the vicinity," iat hohas re-openi
FAMILY X I
at the old Stand, with an" ;
ENTIRELY NKW ftTnnir
He respectfully requests hfs old patrons
plenty of new onos, te pay him an early
visit, where, thejryill . find that bis Stock is
sagood as ever, quite equal to that of "any
other aan. -' . ;
" "CHEAr FOli CASil",
D. 10, 1809 tf.
ADMINISTRATORS' SALE OF
Pleas r fetitloa to
sell land " to' pny
debts lo. w.r . . 7
Samuel Fl-mii:g d
t ceased Plaintiff
Mary Fleming et. nl
. defciiflnntM '
IN pursuance of an order granted by the
Court of Common Pleas of Peble Countv
oa . , ' "
, - ... ,wi Blue, L UUUIIQ AUtllll
Saturday Decoinbor 2G A. bl8C3.
at one o'nlnt-k P W t it., f. j. ..
i . ii , J, ' uuur 01 inn
, tounnouss 111 Jiaton Ohio. U10 followin.r
real estate, situate in the County of Preble
'and State of Ohio, and rliacrilm.i .9 c,n
to.wit: . . .
First.. linlnr tbn Hmitl, t.nir -fl... ,
lorlyne (il) as known and designated on
the plat of the town of New Lexington,
Prcblo County, Ohio. , ...... . '
' Second. hfinrr lf numl... f.. -i
. , wvi luuriQua 1141
o known and designated on the plat or the
t0I?.0 Nw. IIoPe- i're!'l Countv. Ohio.
Third. Rincr Ink tinml,..M fir,..I.?Vt-v
known and designated on the town plat of
the town of New Hope, Preble County, Ohio.
Ino lirit du!4crilcd hif Kphht tha Qrt.u i.i.
of lot number 41 in New Lexinrton to l.
sold suioot to the dower af
iuo said Alarv
Homing 111 the whole of iaid premises.
. And lots numbers 14 and 15 in New Mooc
to 00 sola separately free and unencumber
ed with dower.
TERMS OF SAI.E-0.ie third iash in
hand, one third in six months, and the resi-
urni m iweive niomns irom tho day of sale,
with interest, tho payments to bo secured
by mortgage on the premises sold, or good
and acceptable personal security, at the 01
tl.irt At Ihn A,ln.!',.i-.i ,
Administrator of Samuel Fleming dee'd
Qilmore Campbell Attv's for Plts
, Nor,2C,I863-4w. " pr(. $7;80
his wife I
sun nili Ie
Prebli r. o ,.n.o
Plt'lfs, - VS.
Court nt nma.
1W l am P.
Dcf ts. J
T EWIS TRAINER A n i.
Xa)i me tsinie ot Indiana, will tnke notice
that David Lee and Susannah Leo his wife
the Cou-ty of Preble and State of Ohio,
on the lwth duv of February A. 1) I81H
hie thDir petition in the Court of Common
Pleas witluu and for tho Comity of Preble
said State of Ohio, against the said Lewis
Trainer, Rosannah Trainer, and William P
Paine Hannn'.i Vaine, Mary Paine, Missouri
Paine, Virginia Paine Amanda G. Curd
Thomas Curd, Molinda Paino, Theodore
Paine, William Puine Oscar Paine, Theo
dore Paine, Alonzo Paine and John J. Wolf
attendants setting forth that at tho
Term of the said Court of Common Pleas
D. 18 -the plaintiffs abovo named
a proceeding in said Court then and there
had, wherein these plaintiffs were pcti ion
ers, mid 0110 Phinens Paine and Lewis
Trainer were defendants those plaintiffs re
covered n judgment or decree for the sum
orSG097.8f, and which suid amount was
made n specific lien on thr full. ,1..
scribed real estate siluato in Proble County,
Ohio, and described as follows lorwif Be
ing the wost liairofthe 'Nerlh-wcst quarter
ofsoetion immber two (2) in Township
number nine (9) ef range one (I) east c,
and it was further decreed bv t.u'd Court
,L. '1 .(-a... A. . .
ui. me nam sum oi oui.ti nii(,Mit at any
time bo fally satisfied and liquidated by the
snid Phinvns Fuinp lii.3 l,ntre m..;nH. a
veying tc these plaintiffs the above deserib-
premises c., that during the pendency of
said last mentioned suit the snid Phineas
Puine forr a nominal consideratii n fraudu
lently conveyed said premises in his sons
Phineas D. Puinn unit William i i:
- -- : . . aim; ill
order to defraud fcnd defeats the plaintiffs
of said premises. And imnin that
said deed (mm Pklnm. !..:.' c.
Phmeas B. Paine and William P. Paine, he
aside ns null and void, and that the de
fendauts above nnmorl
vrillrvi iCU w
executo to tbe plamtiBsgood ond anfficiont
default of KUL'll oiinvvnnnA Kulnrr mn,l.
" " "J wvitig mnuc, IIIUI
decree of tho (hurt mar onornte na suoh
And tjio said Lewis Trainer and Roeao
Dah Trainer are notifiod .that they are re
quired to appear and answer snid petition,
or before the 9th day of January A. D.
DAVID LEE & WIFE.
Gilmore k Campbell Atl'ra.
Attest, C.W. LarshClk. '
Dea. S; 1883-Gw. Prf. $15,00.
;TT MICHAEL FILBERT
Still in tlio Xieia
y. .' . .
HE has Jn it. relumed from the "Qnee
City'' with a Wga aud varied stock
Hothr, Caisimeres, Tic?4ds- Vesting.?
1 and a large lot of
1 .. -. .
a.?. J.9. rte8 8? CBn c bought anywhere,
u ' " i, '; ; , i ' n ' " " ' . i.
v , . vr a. ,u.. AJ
on the shortest notice. ' -
in pubiic are invited to call at nis old
CnpoBito the "National Hotel." and
examfa.1 big stock .
along, coma aUng, mak no delay :
-" ..very mmin ana village by the
and buy tho cheapest Clothes that over
VOU dill wfca.
wnrmnted to fit v,a net. in ! -. Itlwr
rip or tear.
ifon, August 23,
Hw i p 1 lisrf a I la A W W .U.
us just opened a Orocury Sloro ou Bnr
on street, ou door south of the Eagle
Hotel, where be keeps everything in his line
Bui-ii UB - . . v.' . ... a
SUGAR, TSA, G077BS.
like, Soap, Candke, Syrup,
Molasses, Fish, Dye Stuffs
r ... .
Cigari, Tubaec, German Snuf,
HAZARD RIFLE POWDER,
V .SHOT, LEAD, OAV8, .
OOMS, BUCXT TUBS,
Churns, Trace and Ha iter Chain
Shooeh, $c, J.,
All of which will be seld
VEBY LOW FOR CASH,
OOOD COONIRY FKOOfCt.
In connection wtih iln. ('.
. EAGLE SALOON
in the same building, where his friends will
always find a choice variety of
OYSTERS, TRIPE, NUTS,' M
CANDIES, RAISINS, FIGS,
T. HAKBAUGH, Agent.
Eaton', Oct. 19, 1863 tf
rrcliascfl exclusively for cash
ince the panic. A full aud d caira
ublc stock of Staple, and
RIBBONS. &o. to.
Will be sold on usual tctn sto oui
customers and to all who n irli cheap
goods, far below the cost ol mipor
tiitiou. C. VANAUSDAL & CO
Stannah's Grocery Corner,
SALE OF KEALESTATE, BY
ORDER OF PROBATE COURT.
the 9th dav Of Jn-nnrr 19R1
between the hours of 10 nVwJ
Al. ana the hours ot three o'clock P.M
the door of the Court House, in Eaton
Preulo county, will be sold to the highest
bidder, the following Real .Estate, as the
property of Richard M. Stannah, deceased
being all of Inlot No. 123, as known
and designated on the plat of said town of
caion, and hounded on the south by PrebU
street, on tho east by Cherry street, north
an alley, and west by lot "No. 122. Also
north-east part of Inlot No. 122 in said
town, and beginning at tho north-enst corner
said lot No. 122; thence wost U feet t
long the alley; thence south 131 feet; thence
east21J feet to the east line of said lot'
thence north lit fepk ..r l. '
. w ui oegin-
uiug, (excepting, however cut of the above
uer.ueu premises a part ot said inlot num
ber 123, described as follows, beginning- 30
feet 5 inches west of the south-eat .Unor of
said lot nnmber 123; thence west 19 feet 4
inches to a corner thpr.ni. ..i t... n.
inches o a corner; thence east 1 9 feoV'4 meli
.0 a corner; meiice Eonth 07 foot, 8J in
ches U the lloo. of beginning; exeeptingthe
right and privilege of joining and connecting
and building tn, and using the' west wall of
nrescRt hniMlnr .in:- .
c.l -- ., ."iiuuig uu me west
line ol the premiseaabove deseribed,t such
other wall. or building as may be hereafter
built oa Md- Mt l.oe leretofore conveyed
a right of way 4 foet wide and 1(5 fr.t i
oacs on the east mrf anil .1.. e . .
. 1 , . . .niii iu- ironi ot
iui. .upsss una repass and use a stairway
Terms of Sale: . Que th"d cask , in Land,
third in one year, and tbe residue in
veani wuh iiiia.a. ,l. 1 . .
K;. jt """'"' meaay 01 tale,
besecured by mortg-uir. on the- nLn,:..
JOSEiH DONAHOE, Admr, '
Ia63.-tds. (Prt fee$9,00
it i .1 ; i 1
Wribe a 1
5C, West Fifth Street, ClnciBiiatl,
NEW! WINTER DRESS GOODS,
' CLOAKS, SHAWLS, '
SILKS, MUSLINS, and Ifooaekorping
i Which they will sell chcup for cash ;
' They have also a, splendid assortment ef
CARPETING, OIL CLOTHS,
RUGS, MATS, 4c,
Which they will sell cheaper than any other
. Uouse in Cincinnati.
Let every one call at Marsuall 3ro'
No. 5(5. WcstFifth Rtrrrt lw.tu-.an W.l
and Viae. ... . ,. ,
Jan. 8. 1863. It. .
NORDYKE & JOHNSON,
Furnaces & Stoves,
AMD HiNCFACTfllEnS 01-
Tin, Copper, and 8heet Iron Ware,
CIY STOVE STORE,:..No 77 Mm St.
Job Work done by Experienced Workmen.
ttrC6oi(, Parlor, Church i thi y Sloies.
August 13, 1863 Cm.
TINWARE A NO STOVES r
X bis old friends and custoumr lo kit
resen ..Stock of excellent
of every variety usually kept ic Tin Shopa.
inu nuepa consiontiv ou hand tbe lav
tost and most approved pnterus of
COOKING & PARLOR STOVES-
ull of which bo will sell as low as can be pur
chased elsewhere iu the county.
He is also propared to attend to all orders fu
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
on reasonable terras. The work warranted
K&.AU onk-rs for Repairing attended to
on short notice; and the work done in such
mauuer as to ronder general sntislaction.
His shop still kept at the old Hand, en
door North of the Odd Fellows' Building;
All nrlielw in Lis line sold nt sneh rate
as to require his adherence to casli terms 1
WALTER P. M'CABE!
hntuu, August 23, lMjft.
Curriage & Buggy
Cherry St., ketwa n. 1
E'A TOX, OHIO.
HAVING erected a new and commodi
ons Shop, is now prepared lo execute
all work ta aia lino, .that may be entrusted
to his cAKedJ ''A (food Stock, of finished'
work, consisting of
SULKIES, SPRING WAG ON St
WM. HALL & SON,
53 B BO b WAT NEW T ORt,
; EsTlBLISBCD 3o YlA, .
1- " , -
Hall & Son's Celebrated
JPittno Forte ,
KnOFn OVertfia rkrl o-n-l.) f... .La!a..l
nme and richaess of tone, durability vi'
elegance. Warranted. Manufacturer and
Iinnoiters ef tlnUa c: -
all kinds of Brass and other MuiicaVjnsr. '
menu oneciai attention paid to furnishin
rass Band's. Puhli.Ho,. Af au .
Music sent by moil post paid, on receipt of
u..i pocu.. - .utmost liberal discoca
given to Schoo! and Seminaries. Cato
guc. free. N0v.- 2f m3.in
"VTOTICE isliercby given ti the member
1 Cf tli" Prellla 'ritinlv A tfrianllMaal 9a.
ciety that aa'2rie.ction will he held at tbe
COnrt HOUKA 111 V.ann nit .(.MinI.- Waaaaa-
" . " V.f.lMiMB.1 - W. V U 1 1
vi mmiu lava Between tae hours or it) o
dock A. M. anrl 3 n'nln-V T W
day to tlct offieors for said Socieil tptv
'he ensuing year. All per-eas Whe-'lh-
pnrcuassd member TickeU for tbe year 18C1
are members and enfitled tc vote.
JAMES AJaBEKTBeev- ,i
ivc. iu, i"tj-w3 t.i -
milKRE will ha .n aai;. L.M
X song's Tavern in West Alexandria We
vuunvv, unio, on the seeond ilanday
(llth of January 1864, to elect five direc
tors of the Dayton Western Turnpike Road
uiuuut, lw solas ior toe ensuing yor
Vc. 10, 1863-tdm.v
For Neat and cheap Job
iug go to the Press Office,