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13 a ton, Ohio
Thursday, : September 15, 1864
5. B. HcCLELLAN,
Of New Jersey.
Vor Vice FreBident,
6. H. PENDLETON,
FOR SEChETABY OF STATE,
' . Of Seneea County.
FIIILADELHI VAN TRUMP,
Of Fairfield Coenty.
(To fill vacancy Long term)
MACUIAS C. WII1TELET,
Of Hancock County.
(To fill vacatwy ilot term)
Of Highland County.
LYMAN R. CRITCI1F1ELD,
COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY,
WILLIAM S. V. PRENTISS,
Of Franklin' County.
ALEXANDER S. RAMSEY,
Of Bardie County.
BOARD OF rUBLIC WORKS,
Of Auglaxe County.
not hold himself responsible foi
opinions expressed by kts correspond
ents. The writer, and not (he Editor
Many of our readers wonder that
they did not receivo a paper from
our office last week! They know
the reason. When they will havo
puid what they owo us, and pay in
ndrnnce for three months only
they shall have the 'Tress;" but
as we have lost over twenty-five
hundred doMars (?2,500) in three
years on the "Press, not a copy
shall go out of the office till paid
for in advance, and all old scores
I c settled up!
Third District Democratic Nomination
The nominating Convention will
be held at Ilamilon, on Tuesday,
the 20th instant. The ratio
representation will be one delegate
lV.r 150 votes, or fractional part
thereof ot 75 or over, cast for
Vnllundighain for Governor.
Let tho several townships send
their delegates without fail.
Chairman Dem. Ccn. Cora.
Eaton, September 15.
Ed Press, Please announce the name
J. II. Foos as a candidate befo- the Dome,
emtio Congressional Conveution, for
No war news worth reporting.
lrnutis shelling Petersburg, and
Lee is shelling Gra it's earthworks.
Tho Southern army is still in force
in the Shenandoah valley.
Sherman has driven raeu", women
nd children out of Atlanta. Geor
gia is being turned into an Africa
lor the blacks.
A Southern army, under
Smith, threatens to invade Missou-
MVwte Las not been attacked
vet, neither will it be in a hurry.
tt is a second Charleston.
Immense Democratic meetings
ro being held everywhere, to rutii
!'y McClellan and t'endletou's nom
Vallandlgbam, we are told,
ppcak out soon, and make his mark.
The days of Lincoln and his Cabi
net are numbered. It Is more than
probable that IkCUHau will
elected hy an immense majority.
Gen. McClellan's Letter.
So it appears that the Vmiilll
Cudo is divided," nnd 'some cry
otio thing nnd some another," fur
the people "are contused.'' Yes,
and we also, are oth confused and
confounded, by the "tt range things
which hav j come to pass in these
We arc, v.t wo have,.alwoysbeen,
forcompromiso nndpeuce, but Gen.
McClelKAN is for conditional war.
We do not dictate to any oue.of
our readers ; they will think and
act for themselves. They have a
perfect right to do so, and we claim
the same right. We look upon
General mcClellan'e letcir of ae
ceptance as a two sided epistle.
Ho does not say that ho is a peace
man, hut that while he means, if
m . 1 .all a.
eleoteu to nil the rrostnentui cnatr,
use all reasonable means to
bring the South hack into the
Union, he will continue the war if
needs be. We cat not ior the life
of us seo wherein the General dif
fers from Mr. Lincoln, except it be
on the abolition question, and even
on that subject, the General does
not state or define his views in the
way in wircii the nomineo ot a
great party ought to bo uncquivo
cal, literal, and straightforward, in
a statement of his political princi
ples. Wo have had enough of war
men; ana it we want another war
man, wo have one already in tho
Presidential chair, why then loos
we for another? The South will
no moro submit to Gen. McClel.
lan's proposed pluti of making
peace, than they would do to Mr.
Lincoln's plan of makiug peace.
But, we do not feel disposed
enter upon the full discussion
the great question at issue between
tho General and the thousands
the peajo party, -vho look upon
letter as a dexterous piece of artful
shirking. Our position is humble,
and our influence emnil, but prin
ciple is a part of our manhood, and
! we have suffered too much in
ranse of compromise and peace
ready even to the burning of
goods in the open streets, to turu
round now, and advocate the elect
Hon of a gentleman, who in
opiuion, U not a peace man, in
senso in which we understand
word reace. We would far sooner
give up nil connection with all
litical parties, than "dance
Crow" to any mun or number
men. Wo placed Gen. McClellan's
name at tho head of our paper,
we saw his letter of acceptance
we leave it there for the present.
Depend upon U, reader,
South will never come back
tho Union, except it be hy force,
but a forced Union is not a Union
Look at Ireland, read her history
since she was forced into a so-called
Union with England and Scotland
It is a history of lines drawn
Gcncntl MiClellan threatens
South with serious consequences
if thev should refuse to return
tho Union. We all know
this threat means,' it means war
war war. What more could
Lincoln eay; with the except
that tho former will give the South
ern planters their slaves, Ac,
latter will whip them back
the Union, deprived of their
o.B slaves. Where is the
party, and what kind of peaco
they propose, and ou what
ditions do they'proposc to rnjike
We prefer McClellan to Liucoln
thousandfold, but we do not
prove of either j and we think
a better man for the Presidency
thati cither could easily be
Greenbacks aud Wall Street
had too much to do with General
McClellan Bad Lib letter.
is Vallandigham t What does
say about McClellan's letter ?
wait to hear.
LAW AND EQUITY.
We heard a oonVerBotion the
ther eveuing on tho question
Secession. It was stated that
the South Blight haven legal
to secede that is to say, according
to the letter of the law, it has
sucb right In equity. Whether
term equity Was fully understood
by the parties engaged In tho
veraation, is not our will to.
Law to be Bound and just,
have its foundation in equity.
ty (from equitas) Is founded on
laws of -nature. Kqtiity decides
cists by a copeulouuiesB of
The proper object or eud of eqiuj
is to secure the righu of humanity.'
pi i . - u.l.
Iholuwruay notoe unjust, but it
inay be imporfcet, or imperfectly
auministercti; out equity is above
ull law, and consequently binding
upon n en's consciences, in many
things which tho legul law cannot
reach. To do unto o hers, us we
won'd that they should do unto iis
is the soul of the law of equity.
Now, the qucBtion,.is, why the
Southern States have withdrawn
from the Union? There must hnve
beau a cause. Wnat is that real
erBupposed cause? The men i.f
the bouth complain that the men
interfered with their local institu-
fore tions, ami that they could no long
or live in peaco with the men of
the Northern Stat-s, or in other
words, the Abolitionists had viohti
ted the law of equity, und thus re.
fueed to do us they would be done
to ly others, and by consequence,
the Southern men availed themscli
..... nf !,.. n,n. ...:.,.i r.
'VP VI HIIV HIV T MIV;VI V 1 U IJ U
.. , r , . .
cue .euer ui wi ionsuiution, or
legal law, and thus withdrew from
the company of men with whom'
they could no longer hold any real
follnw.lnn A .ViJi ,U, l. t ....
North hud violated the law of eqiii,
ty, they did not consider it any
longer binding upon them' They
have acted upon the apnhtolic in
junction "Withdraw yourselves
from every brother that walketh
disorderly." Tau! says that an un
believing hvshund, rather than live
in perpetual broils with bin believ
ing wife, may depart and separate
himself from her. See 1st Cor. 7ih
eh. and 15th v. This advice was
given in a time of great trouble
the church, and tej law upjn
which the advice is based, is that
The southern people having felt
that that lev had beeu violated
the N&rth, took advantage of
letter of tho legal law. and thus
seceded. We do not commit ourself
to an approval ot their conduct
we slmp.y and briefly state
case. No doubt there have been
great faults on both sides. The
bolitionlsts of tho north are bent
upon the abotytin of slavery
the Boufh.aud the southern leaders
are determined to have their indei
ipendence. Not the sword but
ballot box must end the dreadful
controversy. Neither Jeff. Davi,
.Lincoln, nor McClellan can
the strife. It ia the people's ques,
tion, and they must decide it at
last, at the ballot box.
THE GREAT MEETING.
A strange thing happened
Eaton on last Tuesday. For many
days, posters informed us that
great Republican meetiug would
held nt the Court House. The
came, and 150 persons assembled.
No soldieis were sent by the
o-ratie party, to intimidate
' the weakness of their cause,
to of the hopelessness of re electing
meeting; but u consciousness
Lincoln, induced ihe people to
ut homo and mind their own
Never did such a sight
sent itself hjfore in Eaton. A
litical meet'ng without a soul
animate it. Had it not been
General Marsh, the concern
have been a blauk black Abolition
gathering, made up of 150, without
aim, life, Biieech, or deed.
alas, for our neighbors'. The
of McClellau a nomination
skinned them alive, an I they
now no rutfre." Poor, Lincoln !
1b about to go home, and his
are going iuto mourning for
Oh ! What will our office-holders
eay or dot We thought that
gathering would be 6o great,
we should have to provide a
for one or two ot the strangers
but, lo and behold, it came off
150. God help them, their
is hopeless! The town was eo
usually still, that many
declared that the meeting had
taken place. Cheer up our
hearted neighbors, you have
till the 4th of next March,
your finul burial, but your
death is fixed for the 8th day
Our Iudiaua neighbors, in
of the draft, sent commit
tees South to procure negro
tutes. The Lafayette Courier
opeuk of , the results ot the
01 ino irofU V"
Mr-Godman of the ommitte
delegated 1o go South and procure
R tont number. of substitutes
jt0 fl the quota of Lafayette,' re.
itnrnea iaai uigt i.; a nm rewun
of the mission is summed up in
the declaration that ho was "glad
to got back alive." The committee
had expected tr pot colored substi
tntos for about 9100, but found
they couldn't buy a lock of Sam
bo's h al r to r ,t w,l ce th at sti m . A gen t
wore on haiid from every Sae.lt
ilie Uninav outside of rebel dom.
offering from $601 to $1,000. O'
eouise the Laftive'to rteL'gatio
had no chanee. whatever, and. a-
a fkA Mft . PdV. Hf.lliA itl.llt frt OMt
GEN. McCLELLAN'S LETTER
OTANGE, NEW JERSEY,
September 8th, 1864.
Gentlemen : I have the honor to
acknowledge tho receipt of your
Infer informing .me of my nomin
ation hy the Democratic JNational
Convention, recently assembled at
Chicago, as tieir canilidato at the
nej(t election for President of the
United State: J. ' , .
I It is nnnecessnrv for me to sny
t(, vo that ,, nofnjll(ltin comes
to me nnsoujrht.
I m hp) to know that when
nomination whb made, the reo.
nl f .l'uW'C l,te W'U8 kePl 5"
Tho effect of long and varied
service in tho army during war and
peace him been to strengthen and
make indelible in mv mind and
heart the love and reverence for
the Union, Constitution, laws, and
fl-g of our country, impressed upi
on me in early youth.
These fcelintrs have thus fur
guided the courJe ot my life, and
must continue to do so to its end.
The existence of more than
government over the region which
once owned our flag, is lncompatl
bio with the peace, the power, and
the luppincss of the people
The preservation of our Un:on
was the sole avowed object for
which the war was commenced.
should have been conducted for
that, object only, ami in accordance
w'"b tin se principles whh.h I took
occiisiun to declare when in active
Thus conducted, the work of re
conciliation would have b'i'ii ea-'V
land we m'ght have r a od the
the benefits ot o ir many victories
land and xea
The Uni.in was orig'nally formed
by the exercise of a opirit of con.
filiation mid unmproinlifl. To
utore and preacrvu it,, tho same epi
rit must prVvail In our councils,
and in the heurts of the people.
The re-establishmcnt of the Unit
on in nil its integrity i, and must
continue jo be, the indispensable
condition ni any eettleniPtit.
soon as i' is clear, or oven probable,
I hat our present adversaries
redv for peace, upon the binds
the Union, we should exhant '
the resources of atateimanship
practised by civilized nutions.
taught by the traditions ot the
people, e)titisteut with
honor and interests of the country.
to s "-nre such poace, r establish
tt tho Union, aud iruuantee t.r
be future the constitutional rights
ereiy state, lhe Union is the
condition of peace no ask
Let mc add what I doubt
wti9. although unexpressed,
of .sentiint'iit of the convention, aa
is ot the peoplu thy represent,
that when any one ntatt Is willing
to return to the Union, it should
bo received at once, with a
guarantee of all its constitutional
If n frank, earnest, nnd por-l1'
ent enort should fail, tho reponsi
bility for ulterior cotiFeq ienes
fall upon thoeo who remain
nrins against the Union. But
Union must be preserved at
I could not look in the face
gallant eornjades of tho army
lotiud navy, who nave survived so
bloody buttles, and tell them
their labors and the sacrifice of
many ot our shin and wounded
brethren had been in vain;
we have abandoned that for
wo have so often periled our
V vast majority of our
whether Ii the army nnd navy,
ar home, would, as I would,
with unbounded joy the permanent
restoration of peace, on tho
of the Union under the Coustitu
tion, without the effusion of
er drop ot blood. But no
can be permanent without union.
As to the ether subjects
ed in the resolutions ot Ihe
tion, I need only say that I
seek, in , the Constitution of
United States, aud the laws
lu accordance therewith, the
yf my duty and the limitations
executive power ; mocwvor to
store economy in public
ture, ro establish the supremacy
law, and, by the operation
more vigorous nationality,
our cointiiHuding positiou
the nations of thejrarth.
Th condition of our
the depreciation of thepajer
ney, and the burdens thiby
on labor and capital,
il.e necessity ol a return to a
financial system ; while the
of citizens und the rlghta-of States,
and the bindWiur ttutliority of law,
over 1 'resident, army, and people,'!
are subtcts of not less vital imporr
.i ... i
tunce in war man in peace. h
Believing that tho views here'
expteaited are those of the convetu
tioa and the peoj le you represent,
1 accept the nomination.
1 realize the weight" of the res
potiBibllity to bo borne should the
people ratify your choice.
Conscious of my own weakness,
i can only seek fervently the Jul
!unee of the Ruler of the universe,
.d, relying on His all powerful aid,
;o iny beat to restore Union and
.eace to a su Serin? people, aud to
.'Htablish and guard their liberties
I am, gentlemen, very resp'y,
Ycur obedient servant,
GEORGE B. McCLELLAN.
Hon. HORATIO SEYMOUR, and others,
Local and Miscellaneous
the grraatly lamented death of the lute Mrs.
McGuire, the beloved aife of Mr. McCuire,
General Superintendent of our railway depot
at Eaton. The deceased was a consilient
member of the Presbyterian Churcb. Herend
wai peace. . , .
MarHhntl Bro'hcrs, of 50 West Fifth
Street, have laid in th ir Fall itock of Dry
goods. It would be impofiible to describe
the p'Jes of carpeting, calicoes, mui.
ns, ic., Ac. Lej our friend who visit I in
. u .j .L! . i,
ciunati mnki their urthufci of Marshall
Bros., and thev will snve mun-T by lodoing.
BSWAM I ls.1) hvcrybo'ty to go to nnr-
ban h's and buy a bottle of the .'elcbra'ed
Eugliih Club Sauce, , f which Le i. the .o.e
vendor in Eaton It is il.e penuine article,
unrivalle for impurting a dol.cate and
piquant flavor to soups, lagouts ae. Tiy il-
t9Read Huston and Slephcm' idvt. in
TO PROFESSORS OF MUSIC,
AMATEURS, AND THE
P. A. WUN EKMANN,
Foreign and American Mmic Warthoutt,
A VINO on hand the largoit llock
1 T AvINO on hand the larcoit Hoc
il Foreign Musie in New Vork, wbieh
imports from Europe exi rcssly to meet the
taste and requirement.. f the American
lover ot it u mo respect luuy cans uemio
loinetuci, tiiaino.s now suppiy.uH
of Every Style ut a Reduction of iwe.itv
to fiitv 'iier cent, lu-s than any oth' r h
in th bit ted tt.s.
Privntn Kiimiiia ran lie annulled ftiost
tree! bv lorwardinir-the cnnh to the above
mHr Shi.u ! ili ami unt ofcasb Icr
warded exce.d lhe cojt of the Mmsic,
halancewillbe nromullv ictarned in nosiaj.'--
la ers and I'rofoFSorstbould not i.eiileci
this opportunity; ibey will be liberally dealt
y. B. A ay and every piece of Music
(vocal or inslrume nti i; puliUxnea m r.umpe
or Anii-rica. will be m unlit d to order, if
companied by the cash.
Remtaiher the Anlies,
P. A. WTNDERMANN.
Foreiuhnand American Mufic Wanhonse,
824 Broadway. N.-w York.
Sept. la, lfiCl-Kmos.
A CAED TO IHYAUD8.
A Clerivman, while rpsidine in
AmericK as a missionary, -discovered
ta it and simple remedy for the cure of
vons Wmkiiesi., Early D coy, Dinast s
the Urinnry and gcmihal Organs, and
whole Iruin of dieordrs brought on by
fill and vieions I nbits. Ureat numbers
ben already cured by this noble remedy
Prompted by desire lo benefit the afflicted
nnd unfortunate, 1 will send the recipe
drcnarinz and usni2 lliM medicine, in a
ed envelope, to any one who needs it.
ot I barge.
Pleiiee inclose a stamped envelope,
dressed to yourseit.
JOREPn T. 1NMAN,
Station ) Bible Hour,
Sept. 15. 180-1-ly.
Andrew Wriirht David Wright. ) Preble
Adm'-s of the Estate of William Common
Wr gh-, deeeafed, vs. A. W. Neff. J Fleas.
..,,...1 to theShar.fl of
r, .ton. in .am ... ..
iSUlununj, u,c ist JI vc.oox'.
: Z wiuoffrf.:.c.t
fc auetion, at the door ol the Court
V ; j . M.
in cj m on vhv;i v..
Saturday, the 1st day
A. D. Iu4. belween the boun ot 1
o'clock, P. .!. of laid dy, the lollowing
Real fcitte of deteiidam, a. w. bh,
ato in the town ol Winc-heiur, mbl
Ubio. and being mo Boutn nan ni
numbered 74 and 79, a known and
oated by said numbers on the town plat
Appraised at $100 03. Terms Cash
JOHN R. McCLEAF,
Slier ff of Preble county,
Foos & STKPtiEKa. Att ys.
September 1, 18U4 tds Pr. f. $5
David F. W. Oiias. Di'td 1 A-cble
vs. I Common
John W. i eakley, ct al. i'enuou to
del Is. ) real enute
TN nursuance ol an aliai order of
X made: by the court of Common
und to me directed, 1 ilt oner tor sal?
public auction, upon the premises,
two muci noutnui lyiwcourg. rrvnie
Ohio, on Thurday, October 13th, A 0.
at 1 u clock, p. m , the lullow ng
real estate, bi-luiij; ns to lb enute ot
el Wt-aklv, de- eaiM-d, aiiuuit in thocouuly
t reble, and uuie ot Umo, town, Hie
,uartei' ot section No. Qiiie, t wnship
of range 3Eust. ic., containing 102
mo t or .ess. Appraised ai $8,000.
Terms of Sale--On third -cash in
one third in 9 raonthi, and the residua
months from the day ol sale. Deterred
menu to bear interest Irom day of
and to be secured by mortgage on the
CH AS. W, SWA1AT,
Special Master Commissioner.
' Gilraoro A Campbell, Au'ys for pet'r.
Srptcmfcer8, 18B4 tdi pr t .
Lewii Frkit and Soplila Treble Ccmm'zi
I'erkina hn wit, vi. alary Mom.
Boaworlh, tt al. j In partition.
IN obadienctto tha eon aud. of an order
of a ia, iiiuad frum too Court of Comuun
i boat wit bin and fur ilia emmy of Frebia,
m tba abura caao, to the aherin of laid coun,
IV directed, 1 will offer for aala at public an,
lien at the door ot the Couribouae. in mon
in laid connty, on tiaurdar the 9ib day ol
October A' L 1864 bet wen the houri of I aud
o'clock f. M. ot laid day, th 'following
rkl estate aitdatcd in (be county of Preble,
and Stnta of Ohio, and bound 1 aa follow,
loV't: tt acreiotf of the Wejt lideofiec.
tion No, 19 in Townihip 8, ot rane 1
Eaat, 4o, Being the lame land conveyed
bT deed 'of Henry B. worth to John lioi.
' . , lJt.. !.-- M ,
K99 land records of Preble county Ohioithe
at.iraiad at 5,655,00 Alio the South
Weil corner ol tr South Weit quartor
i j : M a
RonieNol, Eaeit i.. containing 19 ,
acrei more or leu Appraiied at f l,2l7 UU
the two traotl containing in the aggregate
120) acrea, more or lesi, all free and clear
Terma Of Sale of tno purchase mon.
ey ensh on the dar of lale, j in one ycur.
nnd J in two years; defcred pa) ments to
bear n per cent, intereit from thedav of
Ia atiA inhn ma utrtiA tv tn.irttrnirA Oil the
JOUN U. McCLEAF.
6heriff f Preble county.
Oilmore t Campbell, Attorneys.
Sept. 8, 1864 U.
On theidthdafiofBtptrmlir, 18C4,
rc,.een luo i,our, 0f ollc ad four P. M, of
ier . m,blic inle. on the tiremiscs, the lol
. . . -. i,. i- r-
lowing real estate, situate in rre no uoumj
Ohio; and described ni lollows . iowit;
'I he South half or the North fcnsl Quarter
- - ' Vo,e o W 7
ject ,0 lhe dower estate of Susannah Iluflf
and man, assigned by onler of court, Thn same
ia as appraised subject to laid dower estate,
David II. Huffman, adm'r Preble .Probate
ol'J jhn L. Huffman, deed I Court Petiiioil
vi to sell lnnda to
Buiannnli Huffman, ct. al J pay debt, cet:
TN pnriuanco of an order of court herein,
X I will,
TERMS OF SAI.F.. One third down,
and the residue in two ec.unl animal install
ments, with interest from the day ol sale, to
be teeuied hy mortf ae on the promises.
DAVID H. HUFFMAN N, Adui'r.
Gilmore Campbell, A.ty s.
Aug. 18, 1B64 SW. pn. (,uu.
'John M. Rosi,
, et al. J
Pieble Com. Pleas.
Case No. 1,668
BY virtue of antrderof sale, isiued
iht t'ouit of t,'ommon Pleas, of Preble
ot . ,. Ik. .u .ml in ih
he clerij- o( couty directed. 1 will offer
ror 84(e at pUbi;0 .action, at public auction
Ht th9 door of the Court Home in Eaton,
sa((j gum, 01
1. nf r,t.,v
A. 1). 18, bo'wecn the hours of 1 and
o'clock, P. M. of said d..v, the following
Real tilate, i.Uate in the county ol Preble
auu etuie ot unio, ana Donnaeu nu ae
:riDeu as ioiiows, to wit: jnr r-asi nvt
tire the WeitUall ut th Aoiitbicasl quuricr
section II, eontuiiiinir 411 acres more or Ims;
four acres out of the JVoith.east corner
in nesv nan, oi we neal nait oi tuu tami'
qua-trr; ana tea affres lying on tho Nona
I Ul a II VI IO-IUU HVIVB
of the North end of the West half ol
east quarter oi section an in town-
uc I ship 7, 0f range I, ia mid county of Prebie;
I the mid 10 ocre tract beginning at
( v.. .1. . .r . , .
nuriu.wesi corner oi suia last namuu
quarter; thence Ens with the quarUr
lion line 80 poles; thence South 20 poles
ibeuce West (1 poles, to the II est buuinlarv
line of said quar er; and thence North
said line 20 poles to the place of beiinninj!.
the said three tracts ot land contain in
aggrega'e 54 acrea of land more or less.
Appraised at CZ, I SO.
Tkkjii or Sii.f One third of the purchase
Ner- money cash on llnvlny of sale, on third
of n rear, and the residue in two yean
the the Hay ol ?aie; aeterred payments lo
bane, six per c.nt interest, and be secured
have mortge on me .remises.
JOHN R. McCLEAF.
Sheriff of Preble county, 0.
Foss t Stephens, Att'ys.
Beptember 1, 1804 Ids Pr. f $11:00
Case No. 1059.
BY virtue of an order of snlo issued
the Court of Common Pleas,
aud for tho county of Treble, in thu
stated case and to the Sheriff of said
ty directed, 1 will offer for sale nt
auction, at ihe door ot tne Lourt Uouao
baton, in said county, on
Saturday, the 1st day of October,
a - t.ini t- . .1. . I. .r
said M?VB,1W' "' '
q( 3 &. b .
Ut the South-west corner of the section,
r fiohio; nbo;'h,deRd r
I vi mv uviiihi-co uunnci vi ucvuuu is,
and I ,i,.n.. r.'u.t i?n nni...
j. ,, one.tentb poles; thence West
iitu ,l0u,. tbco,.e aoa.h 04 nd 0neirenth
Co., t0 th, piace 0( beginn-nB. containing
Mil iore, of 1(ind Btric, meMare, ,d beitg
demir-1 .,. i.nj rvj j-, k1Tt!
of Wllrd Bnd wilCi 5y deed dated October
1831, and recorded among the record
deeds of said e muty, in book 11, page
Apprnlaed at f4,5UU.
Tkbsis or Sale One third efthe pnrthase
monev cash on the day of Sals, on third
one year, and the residue in two years,
payments to be secured by mortgage
on the premises, and to bear sis per
interest trom the day 01 .8ie.
JOHN K McCLK.Ki',
Sheriff of Preble county,
Foos A Stefdrxs, Att'ya lor Petitioner.
September 1, 18G4 tds Pr. f. $
ix&lph C. McCraken,
IAEaLKH in fine linens,
U Irish aad German, and Gentle-
fumisuiag Uoodi; Hosiery at all kinds.
Fin Unea Bad to order, u maaaur
oxat, no a ucat fit guaranteed
- Paper Pattarn cut.
10 9, WEST fOITBTH BTBJ1ET.
tispotiit lit BlupU wtih SoU)n
McCfullan and Pendleton.
MrQolU ie ot h to iff.
MargftMit June Miller, by
Jolm -t. Wchrley, lier
Onnrdian, pi' iff, vn.
linrburft Miller, ctnl.
. In Purl i I ion.
Case No. 1 ,805.
BY virtuo of an ordwr of alo ined by
the Court of Common Pleni of Preble
countv, in the nbove ciilld ennse, and di.
lecled" to tho Sheriff of unid county, I will
oHVr lor inle at public miction, at the door
of the Court II Jine ia 7i'ton, in said county,
Saturday, the' 1st day of October,
A. I). lR6t, Iwtween the hours of 1 and t
o'clock P. M. of snid day, the ft Honing
Real E.7tate, lituaie in Preble connty, Ohio,
I linnniJi.il mid described a fol.OWH. o
weal nun oi
;i . VUu , Imirlli r.t tha
South-east qunrtcr ,1 boenon 10, in
.township 9, of ranK. 2 Ly.t ir. anul county
co itain.n W acre.; nnd the i tt rat ( liBir of
tha Norlh-cast iiunrter of Section il, in Hie
smo township and runRe nnu coumj c
er coitaining UtO ee.-ci of land, in,.'ie o
CSS. . .
Appmificd nt ?l,o(TW
Tichms or Salk One third of Ihcpurclint
money cnh on the dur cf. palo, one third in
one year, nnd om tlnnl in two years, dplerr-
J ..nvtn..Ms t.i In , .i!.i,il tiv iiinrlnnun on
, ' premil!Cfl Rn(1 , ;er . ajx per cent
interest from the dnv nf mile. .
JOHN K. McCLEAI',
Sheriff of 1 rble county, O.
Foos & tkpiii:ns, Att'yi.
teiunXtr lr ls"li4 tds rr. f. if I 0
J. 8. 7-30 LOAN. - :
Thu Srcrntary of the Treasury girei -i
ice tbut lubscriptioni will be received to
Coupou Treosary Notes, payable three y is
from Aug l.Vh, 18G1, with inmi-imnual in.
cres a' rate of seven and thr tenths
per eent. per oiMium, principal and inter
est both to be paid to be paid li lawful
These notea will .Lo ennvertibl at the
option of tho holder al maturity, into lis
por'cenL jold boaring bonds, psyab! on
less than fiive nor more than twenty yoni,
from their dutc, as the government may eirt-l
Thev will be issue 1 in deiwiuinutioui ol fl
1U0, f50U, $1,000, $5,000,iid all iiibmrp
toui iu n b for fifty dullnn or loin uiml
tiple ol fifty dollars.
The nsteaj will le trnni-niittiu l
the owners free oi truntportation clttrge
ai loan after the receipt of iho orijinulCer
tificntei of depoait as they can he pre, ar ed.
As tha notes draw intereit from A "guar
15,Jicioii8 making deposits subsequent to
ihnt dato must pay the int; res4 accrued fr oih
date of noto to date of deposit.
parties depositing twenty five lli. wn ,
d c llo.ro and upwnrdt lor these ndtt-j it ai.i
one titi.e will be allowr-d a conunfision o .
cn quarter of ons per cout., which villh
paid hy the Treasury Depuitment uion tbl
r'ceipt nf 3 b 11 fur thn amount cirlifid
hy tlia oliieer' witli uom th di'prnt n
riaLS. No dodiii.-ttons fur com n'ni- n"i
bo madu iVoin lhe drposits.
Sr KCIAL ADV A NT AG ES OK f HI U.O AN
Ir is 1 NvTl'iNA' ?avinm Paxk, ofter'r j a
lii'ther rat nf interest than my oilier, se
kthnlnnrltij. Ay snvin; bant whic1
payi ita depoaiiora in V. S. Noti, on-iide-"
that it is paying in the best cireu luling ui
dium of he country, a-nl it Ciirtin" pay t'i
anything bettei, for its own asset areeilhet
in government securities or tn uot-f 11
bontU pnyabtc ingo'ernmentseci.iitiesor 'i
notes or bunds pay .ble in goveri.sut p '
It is oru;illy con raniunt ns a '.cioporary n'
permaneat invusiiu-nu I lie notis can J
ways be 101 4 for within a fnictii'it of th
'ace and iiecuinnhlcd iutoiesf, 11 I are ti .
best security with bunks as coll.iral
Convertible into Six per cent, fc.fl'
In addition o the vcr' liberal i-terot v"
the nulei lor three years, thii privily
conversion 11 now worth abjt iIkh p.r
Bofiitt. per aniiiiin, for t'io curro"t rate f tti .
30 bunds is not le:;s thin hi'i ytr Mul
nuum, aim ueioio uic v.ar Wis premtuv
ix per cent, IT. 3. stou''s w n o.r twenty
percent. It will be seen that tbe aetual
profit 011 this loan, at the preseut n.arkot ra'
is notluishau ten per cent, per ununm.
Jtsexemtion from Stuff, or 31t l
B t a siJu from all the ndvautngoi we hav
enumerated, a special .'nl of Congroii is
empl ad bunds ami Treasury notes from h
cat Uuatimi. On the average, this exomp
tion is worth about two per cent, pur anauro
accordingto tho i-ateol taxation ia vrwu
parts of the country.
It is believed tLtt no securities offer
y rent iiiduceinend to louden as those Uiu"4
oy tho governmint. In all otber Ibrmi e
indebtedness, the fuith or ability of privatu
parties, or itock companies,, or separate
communities, only, is pledged for payment
while the whale property of tho cuontry is
held to secure the discharge of all th M
gntioni ol the United States.
While the government offirj the mostly
eral terms for ;ti loans, it believes that the
vary itrongost appetl will be to tho loyalty
and patriotism of the people.
Duplicate certificates wilt be issue I lor ail
deposits. The party depositing n 11st en
dorse upon the original certificate the da
nomination of notes required, and whether
they are to b Issued in black or psyabl t
order. When so endorsed it must b left
with the officer receiving the deposit, too
forwarded to the Treasurv Department
... -, --
StJBsrumoKi wti.i- be hsceivsd by th Trea
surer of th 1 Unita States, at W'aslii"gtnn
the several Assictant Treawrrn and lesig
nated Depositaries, aud by th
F rst National Bank of Day too.
' Firit National Bank of Hamilton,
and by alt National Banks which ar dnpo
itariei of publio money, and
Ml rttptctabh Bank and Bankiri
hro'trnni oou iti-y will g ra fcr'tt- ia
formation and . " ' ''
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