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!!3TJStJf, : : : Editor
I3ntoi, Oh$o. ;
, Thursday, J ,, . July 7f'. 1864
tQTTltc Editor ofthis paper crocs
not hold himself nsvonsiblc foi tk
opinions expressed by his coneepond
y tnls. The writer, and not the Editor
91 is rtsponswic.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
FOR SKhETiRY OF ETATE,
WILLIAM W. AftMSTJiOXfi
or Seneca County.
HHLADELl'Il VAN TRUMP,' -
Of Fairfield Coauly.
(To fill vacancy Long term)
MAGMAS C. WIlI'i'ELET,
Of Hancock County.
(To fill vacancy sho,t term)
Of Highland Count;.
LYMAN It., CR1T UIIF1ELP,
Of Holmes County,
COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASt'RY,
WILLIAM S. V. PRENTISS,
Of Franklin Counly.
ALEXANDER S. RAMSEY,
HOARD OF PUBLIC WORK?,
Of Aulazo CouniT.
THE CHICAGO DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION
New York, Juno 22. At a
meeting of. the Executive Commit,
tee of tho National Democratic
Convention, held here to day, it
was voted that in deference to the
desire of a very large number of
the leading numbers ot tho Com
eervativc Union Democratic party
throughout the country, the meet,
ing of the Nutioual Democratic
Convention be postponed to Mon
duy, August 29th, 1804, at 12o'
clock at noon, at Chiongo.
A. BELMONT. Ch'n.
FREDERICK O. PIERCE, Sec'y.
General Couch tm removed his heaJquar
e- from Chttinbersburgh to Ilarrlslarg and
cn receive no intelligence byond Green
cattle. Tins would indicate that the enemy
Are near tli.it city.
We have advices this meraing of the burn
ing or Gundy Hook and the bi iJe across
the Slunniuloab by thoenciny.
A liuliiuioi diejatcb states that it is
known that a considerable number of Lee's
army havo been tent North, and that a
strong force of the enemy were within one
mile of ii-ederick la t night, shelling
ihecity. General Wallace had toiled their
flaptnre of the city at titt advices.
The Governor of (Pennsylvania calls for
12,000 volunteers to serve for ono hundred
days in Washington and its vicinity.
The reuBon alleged for the Kentucky Proc
lamation Is anticipated trouble in enforcing
the draft and in the enlistment of slaves. The
real reason is to carry the election by force
Tho officers and seamen of the Alabama,
captured by the Kearsnjc, have boen libera
ted on parole at Cherboith.
The rebels at Harpers Ferry have destroy
d all the railroad property there, and the
teleg-aph and ticket offices. They also bum
d a Urge quantity of forage.
Gold closed firm in New York last night
On Tuesday a Confederate squad of cavalry
entered Ilagerstown, Md, and soon encoun-
tared a force of Federal cavalry, - A light
nsued when the Confederates, losing a Lleo
tenant and 2 privates taken prisoners retreat
ed, but soon returned with reinforcements of
cavaltyand mounted infantry. The Federal
cavalry fell baek to the Pennsylvania. State
Tne latest fiom Petersburg, is if at heavy
firing was heard at City Point on Tuesday.
It is again asserted that President Lincoln
will in a few days issue a call for 300,000
What Has the Lincoln Administration
Done for America ?
Let the hdndre'li of millions of
debt the hundreds of thousand
- of men slain and .disabled in the
war the tons of thousands of
'children made fatherless, of wlei
; made widows the millions upon
. millions of property destroyed, on
' Berthe question. 1 ,
The United BNtes few yeart
. back, were a grand confederation
.' - of States great, united, prospcr-
cos, and happy. At peace at home
'' wreepeeted abroad. Eat now, all
is 'ruin, doooiiitlor, impending
,V biokrujitfly ; tU ,, old : TJuiou, a
clin03 roligious sects, n Bet ot po-&Vfr7T?T-
'. incendiaries. The 'prcttchew
oro loafers, and, in the generality
of cases, are n set of Mischief
rankers. Profane language bas
become the English of tho people ;
children walk in the footsteps of
their parents j .2? nd...order are
set at naught in top manj places ;
the price of all kinds of provisions
and clothing is such as the bulk of
the people cannot pay the poor
houses will soon be filled. The
taxei are now more than will over
bo paid; producers have been
turnod into consumers, and a wll-
derneBS state of things la taking.
the place of fruitful fields j tens ot
thousands of thoso who havo a lit
tie money, are leaving the country
for Canada, and other parts of the
world. Tho Christianity of-Jesns
has lost its hold in the land. Wo
hero give an extract from a work
of our own, for many years before
tho public :
"Tho Christianity of Jesus is
pure like its source, kind like its
author, fresh like the morning
dew, clear and diffusive like the
beams cf the rising sun; her mis
sion message voice, are all peace;
her touch is life her look is bene,
diction her form is divine. She
conquers her'focs byjore and war
Is unknown -to her genius. We
fearlessly ask tho churches 'where
havcyeluid her? You havo re
nounced her you have buried her
but whore?' "
The Registcrinn scribo has re
ceived a diploma of friendship
from the Czar of Russia. . "lie (the
late Nicholas) was our friend," says
the man of the Puke sink; no
doubt of it. Cruel tyrants, liars,
and monsters in human shape, gen
erally ngree and affiliate. Russia,
we are told, has freed twenty Tril
lions of serfs and America is in
the act of freeing four millions ot
slaves. Will Mr. Morris please in.
form us, how many hundreds of
thousands of soldiers, the Czar has
had slaughtered to tree his serf?
How many tens, of thousands of
serfs has ho had slain, to free the
rest ot tho sorfs? But as the eant
ot the Morris dancer is too superi
latively rich, we j;ive it below.
America and Ruspia stand side
by side, according to tho Register,
as the soul of freedom. Pshaw,
fudge. What a compliment paid
to the American Republic, by the
Eatou Register. No wonder that
people say, that tho Editor is too
conteraj)tibld to ho laughed at as a
common fool. Read what follows:
""Road the letter of Nicholas, the Czar
of Kussia, lound on our first page. He was
onr friend then, and noi less friendly is that
Government bow. For what other purpose
than to watch the fleets of England and
France, did the fleet of A dinirnl Leasoffski
winter inoqr waters? The first gun tboy had
fired upon ur merchant marine would have
been the signal for the intervention of the
Northern Bear, and well did they know it-
Next to America, throughout tho wide world,
Russia u the best Iriend to freidom. She
emancipated 22,000,000 serfs, and now
keeps vigil while America frees her 4,000000
slavos. The Eagle and the bear lead the
van in the emancipation of the race. Soon
they will be acknowledged leaders in all that
constitutes glory and nationality." Itej.
Odds and Ends.
Strange if Tr.uE. While a friend
of ours was crossing the street, on
Wednesday night, he heard a
strange noise in or about the Meth
odic Church. The screeching re
serableil that of peahen, and a'
gentleman who stood by, said, that
Mr. Morris, of the "Register," had
a fool hemmed up in a corner, and
was beatiug out of him the little
tense he haa left.
"The Eagle and the Bear Jsad
the van in the emancipation of the
What race T A race of monkos?
The Holy Triple AUianco
The Eagle, the Bear, and the Mon-
Will Mr. Morris give ns au
article next week, on the 8.mgo
cruelties practiced by Russia, in
Poland, and tftt horrors of iSibo-ia.
No doubl; boltig the late Czar'e
intimate friend, be is well acquaint
ed with both. -r -
Tbo "Register" says that there
is a creature in Eaton, who can be
oo one side of the creek, aud can
toll what is (aid on the other side,
t tbe distanoe of bundrods of
yards from him. Let ns be wars of
tbe ogly night owL
The Eaton Puke Sheet.
A brown-skinned Aas a low
fool un intentional liar, mar be
heard of at the Register office. ' :
Wo havo the honor of being
talked of otico more, in the very
clasicallv and nclH r conducted
Eaton Register-or puke shiet
in that low, vulgar, iyin, ahtnlvo,
and tinker style in which' the Reg
ister cxcols any otlyjsf, newspaper
publiHhcd on the continent of
America. We repent', that the low
and dirty fellow who attacks ns
this week in the Puke Sheet, Is on
intentional liar. If wo thought
proper, ftf a public journalist, to
chronicle a terrible fact namely,
that a good neighbor, had had his
Saw Mill,' lumber, etc., destroyed
by fire, and 'that wo were, sorry to
hear such words as-4"it is Only tho
property of a butternut," who" is
tho man connected with the Register,
either directly or indirectly, that
has a right to interfere with us ?
None but a thoroughly bad man
would have stepped out of his way
to abuso us. His conduct remind
us of a vicious looking scoundrel,
who said on our streets the other
day, that a certain man ought to
have shot another certain ma"
Whether vo havo property or
not, is more than- tho dirty liar is
aware of, and therefore, when he
asserts unequivocally that we have
no property, he proclaims himself
a wilful and deliberate liar. We
mind our own business, and are
never found on the streot, inter
meddling in other min's affairs.
If some men were to road their
Bibles more, they would not 'per
haps hav j a character to lose, the
loss o( which would bo a. mercy to
themselves, and the removal of a
common nuisance from the town
THE SMUT SHEET.
Ve strongly advise those of our
readers who never defile their
hnnds by touching the Eaton Reg
ister, to handle "tha unclean thing"
for once. This week's issua con
tains barefaced lie?, more filthy
traHh, mora -rank nonsense, more
low blackguardism, more personal
abuse, more bloodthirsty hints, and
moro hypocritical rant and cant,
than ono half of tlio Abolition
sheets pn'oiislied in Amerba, put
together. Wo givo below, a very
eqiall sample of tho rare beautici
which adorn so gracefully the
columns of the Puke Sheet of this
week. Speaking of tho forthcom
ing Dotnocratic Peace Couvontion,
to bo held in the city of Chicago,
in AugUit nast.tho "Register'' says
"Fellow-citizens, freemen of Ohio,
we have the hitherto unheard-of
spectacle of a great party anxious
ly waiting the downfall of its own
Government, tho overthrow of its
own vast nrmj', tho division of its
own National domain, the obliter
ation of its own history as a'great
people and tho utter deftrnulion of
the World's hope and all this in
order that hat .they may rule the
poor, ruined, famelese aud. name
less fragment of a. nation. They
await aui hope for the defeat of
our nob!c hoys, that they may
strike hand with tho foes of Free
dom, aril divide with thorn the
heritage, purchased with tho blood
of the Fathers, and so dearly water
ed by the blood of not less worthy
sons. Let tho friends of a 6table
Government, of good order, and
of our Country's honor, ask them
selves if these things be not so.
Let them rell ct for a . moment,
whether they desire to bo connected
with n Pnrry whose success depends
on the death of our brothers and
sons, on tho return of the Old Flag
with its stars blotted out, and its
blood stained stripes trailing hum
bly in the dust, and on the toss ol
all that wo have been proud to call
our own. Let them deuido now, at
once, whether this party does not
by this very aofiorr; place itself
conspicuously and aharnelessly on
the side of our enemies, and
wnether any true, noble hearted
American eitizen can act with
Apply the above trash to the
Abolition party, and the whole
will road correctly, aiid the E litor
will deserve credit, for his honesty
in having published the true char
auter of his own p liticl house. '
-The Puke Shoot is out on
General Fmmxz. The R'gisteri-
an will never w ilk n his o! 1 b ots
again Tbe Morris Dancer, Preach
er, and Church, will soj.a givo
Frsmoxi over to the Devil.- '
Isaac Daniels, revolutionary
soldier, died in New Yoiit ou-Tae
day, aged 109 years, - '
For the Democratic Press.
Eb. Psss ixr., i ee by this im
sue of our, weekly organ, that you
are attacked bytmj; mean, dirty
eoiyodrelvDo not think thut jhe
balderdash comrom any of our
party. I believe it comes directly
trom oneot the fallen j)iitterrjuta
C' frie"'JP) .1 'lmv no
Joubt thnt tfa rrty-J?ho wrote It
i one who Deverhad braiaB enouj 1
to earn what wbtilj bay -: waste :pa
per for his private W. Some help
less fools creep along, living out ot
what others mule before thorn.
Such is the-party vrho attacks you
thu week, j iv our paper. The writer
is anxious to turn the Press' into
a channel ' which, h'ewould, like to
cuf tor it during the' next campaign.
Of all the contemptible and tfospl.
cabin fellows I know of, tho writer
of the pcr$onalrtjttack I allude to,
is the most Bplttf al, envious and
feeble.. Pity you do not know the
real character of sonio of yonr ' bo
gus and nondescript Democrats.
FROM GEN. SHERMAN'S ARMY.
WAR DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON, D. C.
July 3—9 P. M.
To Major General Dix :
The f jllowing telegram, dated toiday, at
Marietta, Oa , was receired this evening from
Gei.eral Sherman, giving the successful
result of the flanking operations in progress
for some days past ;
"The mouemeiir on cur right caassd the
enemy to evacuate. : We occupied Kenesaw
t daylight, and Murictta at 8 30 A h. Tho
mas is moving dow.t the n-ain road toward
the Clmttahoochii!, and MaPhcrsoti toward
the inaulh of the Nickojaek, on the Sandtown
rood. Onr cavalry is on ihe extreme flanks.
Whether the enemy will halt tli a side of the
Chactahoochio w.ll soon be known. Mari
etta is ulmost entirely abandoned by its in.
habitants. More tl'an a mile of tho railroad
iron has bisn romive) batwten the town
and ths fojt of the Kcncsaw.
EDWIN M. STANTON,
Secretary of War.
IMPORTANT FROM SHENANDOAH.
Washington, July 3-9 P. M.
A re'iel force made its oppcrance near
Martiniburz this monih', nnd were nt lust
nceouhu destroying the milniad and advan
cing ou Martinsburj.
EDWARD M. STANTON,
Secretary of War.
BALTIMORE, July 3.
Rumors r have been circulating here nl.
day that a larfre rehel forte, under the coinl
mun-f ol En-ELt., hid nttefked tho FeJural
tro ps at Martintburg, ar.3 compelled the
evacuation of thtvt place.
GEN. WILSON'S OPERATIONS.
. During the recent raid, sixty
miles ot railroads were destroyed.
The Da ivi lie road, it is rrported,
could not be repaircl in loss than
forty days. Ha destroyed all the
blacksmith's shops, whore tho raits
might be straightened, and all the
milU where scantlings for sleepers
could bo sawed Wilson's loss com
sists of a wagon train used to carry
ammunition,. his ambulance train,
and twelvo cmnon. The loss in
men, including tho8 from Kaufz's
division, is about 8,000. ...
OFFICIAL REPORT OF CAPT. SEMMES.
the Confederate Government, has
sent & copy of this report to tho
"nines. Utpt oeinmus says that
in au hour and fen minuets the
Alabama wan found to bo in a sink
ing Btive, the enomy's shells hav,
ing exploded on her sides an1 bdi
tween decks. For a few minuets
he ; had hopes of reaching the
Frepch coast, but the ship filled
rapidily, anj thefurnaoo fires were
extlnguishel. , Captain Senvmes
says: I now hauled down colors to
prevent the further destruction of
lite, and dispatched i boat to inform
tho enemy of our condition,! ah
though we were within 4)0 yards
from eaeh otrfer. The enemy tired
above five tinves after colors had
been struck. Il js charitable U
suppose that a ehiD-of war: of a
christian nation could not have
doao ..Him intentionally. Some
twenty mi huets after in v furnace
fires had been- extinguished, and
the ship being on the point ot sink
ing, every man in obedience to a
previous order which . had been
ifiven.to the crew, jumped e'er
board anl endeavoured to save
hiruse'f. There was no appearance
of any boats coming from the eneT
my after tho ship went down.
It was fortunate myself Uiub escap
ed to the shelter of the neutral flasr
on board Mr. Lane ister's yacht
Deerhound. together with : about
forty ott ers.' :' ' '
' Francis Kiy, a itlnr of the Star
Spangle! Uarjiur; wi4 arreited on
S.iCurd.iT .nt on a c uirgii of diii
loyalty, and lookJl up i;i tha tn li
tary prison. x : ' ' : . , -
Tne A tminfVrattott will soon
lock up trie 13 inn jr.iu'prisou. ' !
8,Natty Ldckwood, Rrueer, Min Street
Eitou bag a-i aodhdance of tn finest Indi
an Corn Hook w ever - tatUvl. Call iio
MiUitcUai. ;;, .- ;.,;(.;.' -.. ..... f -i
Local and Miscellaneous.
The Fight on Main Street Eaton.
. o :.. ..
The battle took place at Coffmas
k Co's Store ! JlaVe you not heard
of it?. Then, go and see tho piles
of Dry Goods, all bought for Cash.
Coffma's, 4 Co. must havo been to
Philadelphia, where 1hey bought
goods of parties running,, .away
'oracthe rccsh. Tho silks, rib
bo.ifl.r.ii-Bu.'e9. wllcocs, nnd uIJ
that can bp wai,:;!!;." bon$)
Or sold. 18 thfi!i on anln foi"-."'l
cheap good better best; Go '
call buy pnyr-and walk rbout
your business. '
jbiv 7-3t. ;.: ,,
WWe notice with pleasure, the
retnrn'to our town of Mr. S.'MARi-
enthal, (brother-in law to Mr. C
Bacbman,) who has served three
years pnd threo months .In Co. t),
of the galUnt Fifth O. V. V This
regiment went iuto camp: with
.1,140 men, and has returned with
only 200. Mr. M. has seen active
service, and ha taken part in the
following battles : ' ' "'. '-"
Bine's Gap, Va., . B!oomery Gap, Va., '
Winchester, V., I'.irt Republic, Va,,
Cedar Mfn, Va., , Puafries, Va.,
Rappahannock, Va., Antietam, Md ,
Chancellorsville, Va. Gettysburg, Pa.,
Lookout M't'n, Tor., Rocky-fnco Ridr. Ga
Uessaca, Ga., Dallas, Ga.
Ba.We regrot to hear that Adjt
F. L. TorreRce, son of our worthy
fellow townsman, Hie. J. Torrenee,
was killed beforo Lynchburg, by n
tall from his horse. Wo tender to
his sorrowing parents and friends,
onr deep sympathy in their afilic
tion, which is the more severe , as
Iheir son had passed through. tho
dangers of .the ;campan unhurt,
and would hav3'eon mustered out
ot the icryiee iu a few days.
PETERSBURG HAS BEEN TAKEN.
And Uecm it- Brother have just returned
from the front, w.ili an immenuo stock of
goods, of all sorts, including the best and
cheapest sold io 'EnioH, which they have
bonght for cash, fall at .ht storo nextdo'or
toDi. Minor's, Main Strcot, and you will
here see thirood s ana hear all aoout the
atuicks wade upju tbo oiiy. Hurrah for
Depm s great bargains, so cry the ladies.
tejyTli-jse who prefer Alt' and Uucr to cold
wo.icrt will find the best article uxx'U any
wherein this neibbjurhoo-f, at tbe Eaton
Umwcry. Tbe company ae highly respect
able and, trust woi thy, ,
Msrgaret .fano Miller by
Jubu J. Wchrlvher
Barbara 4Jler & others.
fllhe suiddei'eniiants, Harbara Miller, Sarah
'Xopni Miller, Mry Ijubell Miller, Wil
ham Albert Miller, sad Lydia Susanna Mil
ler, reui.tcnis of Preblo county, Ohio, and
tliu lust named lour, minort.will take uotioe,
that the plaintiff, by her said guardian, on
tho Sib day of June, A. D. 181i, filed in the
office of the l rk of the conrt of eemmon
pleas, of the said county of Preble, hej petit
ion against them, setting forth thai one John
Miller. o.i or ab(utthe3d day of July. A. D.
1-H57, died intestate in said county, s'oized in
fee simple of ihe South fourth ot the west
half of the Southeast quarter of Sertion 16,
jn Tnwnshipi 8 of ra' (je 3, 20 acres, and the
west half of the North -east quarter of See
tio.n 21,' in the same Township and Uanze,
80 acres, tho two tracts together, contain
one hundred acres of land, more or lens, in
the said county of Preble, that the said Bar
bara Millar, is e ntitled to dower therein, as
tho widow of sid intestate; That the said
premises,, subject to said dower, deicended
to the petitioner, Margaret' Jane Miller,
and the Said defendant, Sarah Sophia Miller,
Mary Isabella Miller, William Albert Millar
Lydia Susanna Miller, cachbain entitbd to
it undivided interest therein, in fee of cue
fifth; and praying that partition be made,
and the dower of the said Barbara Miller as
signed, or, if partition cannot, without man
ifest injury, be ma le, then that the pre nigra
may be sold, or other order taken pursuant
to the statute; and the said defendants are
fur' her notified that the plaintiff will make
applii alien to tlie satd court, at the term
thereof commenciug on the 8th day of Aug
ust, 18G4, for an order of partition, and as
aignmem of dower, and f rsuch other orders
and proceedings as may be legally and proi
perly takcu in the premises.
, ; , ' F003 i, STEPHENS.
. ... Atty'g for petitioner.
H. Shank, CIV, Tt.
; June 9th, 1.861 6t. : Pr. t, f IS, 00
: ; SALE OF REAL ESTATE. ;.
David F. W. Osias, Plaintiff, Preble Com-
. J T f mon Ple-
John W. Weakly, et al.Defts. ) Civil. Action.
INpuisuanoeofasi order f sale by ihe
Court of Common Pleas of Preble County,
O., and to me directed. I will offer for sale
at public auction, at the dot r of the Court
House, in Eaton, Ohio, -' '.
On Wedneiiy tk 1 0f& day if4itgutt,
A. D. 1854, at I o'clock, P. M., the Mowing
described real estate, gitnate in tbe ceuri'v
of Preble, and State of Ohio, to wit: ,"The
North East Quarter of Section No nine, (9)
Towqship No fix, (6) of Bang thr e, (3)
East, contAining 102 acres mors or leas.
Apprltised ttlldOOO.OO. .' - i
3 ER.H i OF dALE On third csh Id
band; one third in 9 months, and the residue
ia 18 m withs fron the dij of sale; deferred
payments to bear interest and to bs ecured
by aortzais a tba premiseg told. -.;
; , , . GtUUk V?. tjmtiV '
. Special Master Caran.siioner.- ;
(iiVtm h Campbell, Attanioy .
, June 3, Id if iv. . nrf. 6,23
P. S ; I'ne a'lae Jateribal firm belaijjs
to the estate of Samuel WKly, decosed,
and m about ti miles south of iiewiebjr
66,'" Wet FifiL Street,1 Cincinnati
Hfif 'Stasia 0335 G0333
WiiCa. iaU3UK3. ad II
LFGAL NOTICE. ROAD NOTICE.
The viewersitud surveyors as appelated by
the Cotrjiniauiouor ol'Piebiecauny, at th::r
last regular June eesion, to view itid snrvj a
a ne county roud, on the following routo,
v z: 6gnuing at the Euton & Lcw;sburg
Free i'urnpiko, ana on the fine between sec
tions 'S and H, in Waub ngtou towqship,
and ruu ning thence tn?t on said line, and
Oti the I ne between sections 18 and 19, and
between sections 17 and 20, in Twin Towu
ehip. to itlici sect the fh townshis -Free
Xurnpinc, will meet at the place of beginning
above named, on Friday, the 6th si ty of Aujj
nit next, for tbe purpose of viewing and sun
veving said road. ':
June 29, XP64, 4t
NOTICE IN PARTITION.
n.V'1 Autt Plaintiff Preble County, Ohio
...; . I ' Court of - '
. . ;l jm,as
Jacob Ault ot ki,
JUl-UU AUIl VI "T tUIJ. AUU.MU,, fc.
bcth Walker, and Daniel Walker her hug
T V. lltnft.. ...nl. T U r. . 1 - '
band of Randolph county, Indiana, Abraham
Ault. of Elkhart countv, Indiana, John Ault,
of Miami counly, Indiana, George Ault, of
Clark county, Illinois, William Ault, of Jay
county, Indiana, William A Ault, a minor
urder tho age of 14 years of Preble county,
Onio, Pusan bbields, and- Albert U. bbields.
her husband of Jay county, Indiana, and
Isaac Ault of Randolph countv Indiana
hoirs and legnl representatives of Fredrick
Ault, late of the said county of Preble: and
giatecfObio, deceased, will take notice that
the above named plaintiff, on tbe 3d day df
June. A. D. 1S64. filed his petition aeainst
them in the office of ibe clerk of the court of
common plena,' of said county of Preble, sot
ting forth that said Fredrick Ault, on or at
bout the 6 ih iliir of March. A. D. 1864. died
seised in foo simple ot tbe North-west quar
ter ot section l, in l own imp B, oiKange z,
in said county nf Preble, containing 124
vnres of land, more or loss; That tbo same
descended to and vested in, said plaintiff and
said aetenaatits,ss suun ncirs and legal re
presentatives of said decedent, as an estate
of inheritance in lea simple, and, praying
that partition be made, or, if that cannot be
done without manifest injury, then that the
premises may be sold as directed by law
And, the defendants are lurther notified that
the plaintiff will male application to said
court, at tho term thereof commencing on
the 8h day of August, a-D- 186, for an
oraer of partition, and for such other orders
and proceedings as may be legally and pro
perly taked iu the promises.
. FOQi k STEPHENS
A'ty's for petitioner
H. Shank Cl'k .
Juae 9th 1864 Gt ' Vt. I. til 00
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
la a constitutional disease, a corruption ot the
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and pnor. B?ing iu the circulation, il
pervadw the whole body, aud may burst eat
la disease on say prt of it. No orjan la tree
from its attaoks,'nur is there oxe which it may
ot dMtroy. The scrofulous taint it vaxioudy
sauned by mercurial dinette, low living, dis
ordered ot unhealthy food, impure air, filtV.
tad tUthy fatbits, the dvpreuiug view, and,
tbove tlC by th vwni-il iufvetion. What
tvr be its origin, it is b;alitnry in the eon
ttitution, desoending ' fiom partiitt to children
ato tne third and futirth g-MiKalion t " iadeed,
k seems to be the rod of Hiss who says, "I
rill visit tiie micjuitie of the ittksrg
Its rdKXr eoaimtnes by CpIt2ti from the
blond eorrupt or ul.erom matter, whirh, In
the longs, Ever, and internal orsus, it termed
tnbarvlctl m Um glrnK twt)lin; and en
tU- turfiwe, sraptions or.sorct. Tni feul cor-ruf-nn,
which (r.dert In tin blood, depresses
fi-. caergiMi of We, u tliat sciufulout conatltu
torn net only sulTer from scrofulous eom
luints, bti. they have far lew power te with
Kmd tiie attacks of other diseaMs; eonse
tusally vsr ambers perith by duwrdarg
irhie'i, oltboarn not strefulou? in their nature,
ait Still rendered fetal by this taint in the
ny.-tcm. Most of the oiixuinpliov which de
eimattt the bumoa mmily hat Its origin directly
in this we'tlsut eantominotion ; and many
(Uinractrvt susettee of tl:s liver, sudutys, brain,
sad, indeed, of all the organs, axis from or
art aggravate! by the tame-cause.
On quarter of all ear ptpl art serofulout
thtir prcs are invtded ey tliis lurking in
ficttinn, tad their health is undermined by It.
To cleanse it from the system w mutt rtnevtle
Sit blood by as alterative mtdirine, and in
vigoraOt it by Iktltfcy fonH aad txtroiM.
6uch a mcd'.cia we supply in
- ' f AYEB'S ' '.; 'j " ""
ompocpd Extract jf Sanapariila,
the most cffsettial rswedy which the mtdicol
kill of our timet tan devite for this every
where prevailing oad fatal mtltdy. It It cont
ained from th most aetivt remeditlt that have
bten ditnovared for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of tha
mtera from iu Ststractive eoasequtnet.
Tionct it should he employed for fhe cure ',1
not only Scrofula, but also those other afl'eo
tioas whi-h arise from it, tucli as Easravg)
tnd Skin IhsxAtis, 8t. AfTNOxv't Tint,
Rosa, or Ksnirei.AS, Pimpms, Pustclo,
EtOTCiosg. nutxtand I3o7rji,Ti)3os,TiTrt
and Salt Rhivv, Scald Jf i'ad, KixowetH,
Rheumatism, 8rriiti.me and 11 aHtt-KULlJis-.
basis, Dxnrsr, I9rtraraiA, UraiLtTV, and,
indtod, a i,i. (JoiirijunTs arihimo fxom Vma
tbo or luri-na lii.oun. The popular belivf
in impurity cf Me bleoH " is founded in truth,
for trofuia is degeneration of tlie blood. Tbe
particular purpose and virtue of this Sartapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate thit vital fluid,
without which ssrtind health it mipotaible in
rantaminafcid twuritutiona. v
",: ATER'O . "
ret trb maiT eoaB
IntwmitUsit Ptrer, orFsTsr anSl-,
Homlttcsit Favar, Chill Vwr, Daask
Ajfw, Prldlcl Uadacki or. Vtltowe
lUadatka, l Blllnssi r,Tra, tno4
fr K whola class 0f4laast rlslisas
Inn im hlllarr deransjameait, casual br
Ms Malaila t JHiaasnatU CaWRlrUt. i
We ire mailed atrt to ouer the tomsinaltv a
stracdy ahics, whilt it curat tht above eoiaplsintt
irith cartaiiitt, ia still ptrfteUv bormltu
traaautv. Such a rrracdv ia inva!
invalatkle ia districts
where thas alfflcting disordert
Coa"explt Uw miasmati poison of Fovaa
AMD Aona trtm tht tytttm, and prevents tht aa
relopmtnt of tbt disesse, if takoa on tht Ant ap
aroachtr its premonitory trmatamt. Itisnataaly
the batt nntily vtr yet dUonvtred for thit clttt
tt emsnltiatt, tut also tht cheapest. Tht Ian
Sotntiiy wt supply for a dolUr brings it withia tht
aeh of tver)' body ; ud in bitiout dutriats, whert
ravaa and aous prtTiut, avtry soay tnouia
kavt it tod va it frniv bath for nrt
ty both for tnrt tnd
Slotu. A great snporiorltjf of this rtmtdy over any
tthst avsr hsNrered for th tpwdy and certain
art trf IsUrmiUnitt it that it eon taint at Qumhit
r uiatial, toatcqntatlyit produoet so qaiaitm or
tthvr aiiariout tflS-ett Wlialcver upon tot eoostrhv
Ho. Thott turtd by it art Itft at healthy at if
y hsd vmt bad tht disease. a
rrrar aad Aaut it aol tlont the Mnttqntnaf of
Sw arasmttlt poiton. A great variety of disar
itrt trita from iu irriuucti,- tmtni which art
HtuntltU. tthtwnaiitm. Omit, Hauh4, BHn4. 1
tt, looitvHt, eirartit, vaterr, juthwut, rat
uitriM, Fainhtl Afvtfon nf tk tpltm, Jfyrttr--a.
Fax m tfe "vft, Cote, Pmifyrii tM Df
rnrwtrtf ef tht Stomach, til ot which, wh0
aricnnttitx a thit eatist, rjnt ot tht intooNia'iiat'
hrf twioioa pe-iojlrol." This " RB " aawtla
the iioiaon tram th biood, and aniweqaealty eons)
CD wo til alike, it it In inrilnnble prottscfoa to
tmnupritats and pernt trsVelhng or tamptrtritv
Kii K ia Ob malarious dintiiets. If tafcta Oeea
tmiU ar auuif whi; XfOM-d t toe ififMttaa.
that iU k. aoereted from the syatcra, tad tan not
traaaanlsM t tufOcinat quandlr to ripea mte dit
sua- - Han it is erta inert valuahl fr prata.
twa ksj wire, and tew will evtr suffer from In tee
mi items if they avail Ihcmatlvw wf tbt tSOlBttiuSl
Uttt nwedy aftiroa. . '- - . ts
'.i. U I.
W 13 V
Purchased exclusively for cash
ince tho pauic. A full and d csira-
t,Die siocn vi Bin pie uuu
- I . SHOES. ;. f:
" 'BOTWETS. ", ;: x
RIBBONS. Ao. Ac. : .
' SAS3LERY & HASDWAilt .
CARRJA QE -TRlMSith, GS.-
.... .a - - j.
Will be Sold oh usual tour ito on
customers and to all who wir-b. cheap
goods, far below, the cost oi mipor
1UUUI1. . ! -. . -., : j . . . .
. C VANAUSDAL & CO..''-.
, r :
m.w St SB mF rtfTT a m V rm m
9AVV,UUU J.V v VV il l U .
Minor Old C0mr,"if$i Main Stri'i,
.etox, ouia : ,
HAVING taken th Gr'oier
formerly carriod on by
Hulbvrt a Plommkr, wauU i as
pect full v call the attentin of tba
public to hi well selected gtor.k of
GIlOCK ltlE 8
6UCH As . , , i
, SUOylR,' M0L1SSK3,;
Coffee, Tea, Spicfls, Candlna
FS.TJIT2, NUTS, CANDIES,
FLOUR, MEAL ' VET ABLE&
JtC'STARD, MKl.Va I'O If VKKS,
FISH 8 ALT, OUKESIJ, RFOE, SOAP
yiNJOAR COAL Ol,
BROOMS, BUCKETS, III B
Powder, Shot, Lead, Caps,
L.-l 11 . I . 1
Spikes,. . v Kiitres,,;' ;''2'.llt.
Locks :-. Gimlet ft i ' iNails,
And a host or other articles too numerous
to iiu'ution. He keep Ihj very best- gssoil
uier.t of Ererything usually ki4 in k l am
i:r Grocery, whi.-h hi' is dtrmiriod t.s
- As ciieap p the vliKspcst
W.V11 kinds . Cw.vtrr Prduce taVw
tn rxrhanr for Orocerira' ;w.'.' "'.'
August 27. 18 ?-fm -'; ; 1
J. H. fOB. ; - at,; B- 6IBPHfiS
: ;FOOS & STEPHENS,
ATTORKITS AT LAW,
" - ;-.:.!, AN'D :
EATON, OHIO. ; i "
WILL attend promptly to all basinets
' entrusted to their cart, ia Preble aad
adjoining counties. - . .'.-v
Special attention will be baid tn Ike pro
curing ol LE1TERS OK ADMINISTRA
TION and GUAKUIANSHJP, the SETTLE-.
MENT OF ESTATES' the COLLECTION
OF DEBTS, PARTITIONING OF LAN Drt
and to the execution of DEEDS, MORTGA
GES, and all kinds-of CONVEYANCES.
gtSTOfSce over Coffman, Bro s Store, oa
Main street, immediately opposite ths Court
Houso: -' . . ' 'rilJ-iv '
' Jacob Oro as
; WOULD inform tba' Ihliabitarts ofEa
Iri and the vicinity, thathehaa re opened
FAMILY OR O OEBY
in .' .i at tha old Stand, with an. .r
; ENTIRELY HE W STOCK.
Us reipectfully requests bis bid patront
and plenty oi new onea, tt pay him an early -visit,
where they will find that hit Stock it
at good at ever, quite equal to that of "anf
other man.!' '. . ''-'
; ' CIIEAP FOR" CASH,'
it bismotlo. - . . Dee. 10.18W-U
VVCOL X WOOL! WOOL!
The nndertigned will pay tht highest mar
ket price in Cash, lor woeL Dost fail to
ge him betort '-telling and get tht
TOP OF THE MARKET IN CASH.
may be fpand at oil times, a: my cfhee oo
tht ttortiboxe on Main St . - 1
;-:.. ,- -i ...... N.'B. Sitrsnt.
June 8 ml- - -,.--,- '
: GREAT WESTERN,
CirriagO: & Buggy
B;ra.--' d) :
Cherry St bHieeen ilain'J Sonur
HAVING emitd a ew and commodi
ova Shop, it owDrenared to-extouta
ail work ia bit lit, that may be tatrosted
s4 oar. A Wo4 Btook of busae4
ork, outitUne of in f