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Thursday, : Oofebor 6, 1864
, M CLELLAN,
Df New Jcmcy.
r Vice President,
3 ?7ic Editor of this paper doe
.- hold himself nsponsible foi h
pirAans expressed by his correspond'
.;.'. The lerilcn, and not the Editor
'f .ny of our readers wopder that
rln-y fliil not receive a paper from
inr oli'ioo last week! They know
'.bo r"ason. Wlien they will have
fiaul whut they owe us, and pny in
f inance for three months only
they ahull have tbo "Presp;" but
as wo bnvo lost over twenty-five
hundred do'lars ($2,500) in three
years on the 'Ticss, not a copy
shall go out of the- office till paid
:' .r iu advance, and, all old scores
m settled up.
A Special Notice.
After this issue of the "Frcss,"
to purpose to publish a single
!:?.if fchect, tVil noxt Court term.
?no price will .be .b.u.t one quarter
ivillar paid in advance; and not r.
.jcr will go out of the office till
i. -t paid for. The prico of paper
comyels us to adopt this course
'i'h-t hlf fillet will contain the
j.-..-.l war new?, local and election
i :ig- news, etc. We shall make
paper worth twice as much as
wo charge for tJt. 'Wfl have not yet
rtc!vdpny tot tbo wholo of the
Uti Fall tickets. Will the party
v.h. ordered and bad the tickets
pay u., or mast we suo bm for th
To the Democracy of Ohio,
DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL, COMMITTEE
ROOMS, Columbus, O., Oct. 1, 1864.
Ti;) yonding political contest is
Vj rlecido whether nil that is vaiu-
&'lo Mid dear to you as Citizens
ind Freemen, shall be piessrved
sir,.! secured to yourselves aad your
. tiu Iran. Tbo election on Tuesday,
iht) 11th of October, though con-
::aed to the phoico of Stato and
t.'onuty representatives and officers,
:U uuceasarily have a direct influ-
on tbo Presidential jsfuo in
.Cuveinbiy. Members of Congress
:.ni :o be chosen, who will be rei
:uirJ to net on the measures and
policy of administration at Wash'
;rfton. Need ye remind you of
'.lie imjiortancp rf f.ecu.rwg true
i ?n! tried expouenls o,f your opini
ons in that branch of the Federal
Government ? Success in this, the
x.-.'!iininary tr;a of your strength,
i i'i fix the wavering, and inspire
uil with courage, arid stimulate to
increased action and effort in the
tfruat final struggle in lS.oycrabe.
Democrats of Ohio we ask you
to give the second Tuesday ot Oc
tcber to jDur country. Let ,cye,ry
business man close his Louse on
the clectiou, repair early to the
pol'a, and stay there uutil the last
vote id deposited J ct the farmer
leave Lis plow, the m.echautc his
shop, tho workiog.man Lit toil ;
K't every Democrat give that day
to securing the triumph of the only
polit:ful party that can restore
to tbw people, Peace, Prosperity
&uf! Union !
JOHN G. THOMPSON,
Chairman Dem. State Central Committee.
F. JÆGER, Sec'y.
The twograrh yesterday noou
bute that Gai. w?ng and several
oSo-ora bad reached St. Louis from
Pilot Snob. Hi loss at Harrison's
Kfaiio'n vm 303. Price has abpnt
15 000 cavalry and mounted lafan
try. I'- m "rffrte tnat;1 movo
n.r.tA inJict the .design to take
jkcrrCity, iuU T1.09- ftojf
tjr tt3 juiuirf OjafoJcracy-
A heavy f'orno ct llm S uihem
ormy is reported moving South
ftom Daltn. '
On tho COili ult. there was fight
ing ct Alfoonr in which the Con.
federates lost heuvily.
It Is suid that Lee s strengthen
injar nis right with a view to an at
tack on Grant's left.
The Jamei rivpr correspondent
says that nearly all the confederate
ro!dier captured were boys under
18 yeu ot age.
Forrest has captured Athens, Al.
with 1800 prisoners, 50 waeonn, ftc.
500 horses, a large quantity of
email arms, two pieces of artillery,;
and two trains of cars laden with
Tho State Fair at Indianopolis
is a failn.'o.
Gen. Carrington ha3 furloughed
tho drafted men in Indiana so that
they may remain at Lonjo till after
Gold closed at 1967/8
Tho preliminary eloction in Del
tjwure has resilted in a swrpjiing
Victory for the Democratic ticket.
In Connecticut, tho Democracy
aro sweeping everything bol'ore
them, ii Derby they have clpotod
tlieir entire ticket by a majority of
20, being a clcr g:v.n of 120 since
In Bridgeport, their majority is
1Q0 a gain of '200 over last yenr.
In Norwich, tho election shows
a Democratic gain of 204 over hy?
spring's vote. Connecticut will give
cClellan a handsome majority.
Last week wo had a pk-apant
stroll through the North-eastern
part ol Jidiiuiua a tiiio State a
thriving people growing cities
and. rising villages. In tho village
of Anticch, wo wpro kindly enter
taiue.d, and w.cll caryd t'er, at the
houBo of Mr. Weiss, junior, nud
Mr. Daviil Taylor, und other
branches of that family, showed
us great kindness, for which we
oro truly grateful. Vn ioch wilj
SOO.U be a firt rlnss little town.
After all that wc saw of Indiana,
we are uot surprised that the tido
of emigration and migration flows
in a north-westerly diroetiou.
Perambulations. THE GREAT CAMPAIGN.
To Readers of the Democratic
Sirs, The time has fully come
when wo should call your attention
to a few simple facts.
In tho month of May, 1861, we
took chargo of what you all your
Democratic organ, or paper. W,e
undertook to publish the "Press
n true i'ahh, and threw ourbrainsf
uergy, and money into the paper,
in order to make a thriving und
permanent institution. From the
fir?t day uutil now, we havo spared
neither money, nor pains to make
the Eaton Democratic Tress a pow
erful. well conducted, and telling
uewspapor. Wo admit, howcxeri
Lthat wo havo all along erred ii) ono
particular, and hat has bci-n, iu
writing and sending forth a nesvs
sheet, which the bulk of our readers
(not all) have neither understood,
nor appreciated. Obscene adver
tiso i enjp, trashy J.o.ve tales, and
polluting navels, would have
pleased a great n) ruber of our
readers much better than our
sketches on Biblical Inspiration,
Interpretation, aud sketches on
Biblical Slavery, letters to President
Lincoln, and to the American peo
ple, etc., etc. Wp havo never tried
to pleaso any of you at t.h expense
of truth. Wero America to bo
ruled ond governed by a class of
men, such as we have had to do
with, and who boast of their being
true Democrats, we say, God he'.p
tho .country, in the grasp of such
men. These remarks aro uot in
tended to apply to such mcu as
judjja Campbell, Judge Gilnjorc,
J. li. Stephens, . JJanta, i. Lmsajjg
J. Chambers, J: P.Acton, Jacob
Grouse, Dr. Crume, Pr. Woody,
Dr. BrcokiuB, J. Spatz, A. Dunlap,
J. Kline, M. Kyan, our Irish frieuds,
J- llolderman, tbo family of tho
Lockwoo.d?, tho Stephens family,
Colopel ljeatn, of K.ewParIn, Jt
McLean, Esq., of West Alesaudria,
and many others whose names wo
cannot record here. By these gen
tlemen wo I) aye so far been treated
vith courtesy nd kinduess. But
at the hands ot too wanj o have
rewivod itijastic, aaJ have u.f
kro.l pecuniary loss, Hy .naVe
done what they vould to ruin us
Th-y hvo tttken nuv paper sonic
ot them for a period of three years,
but have never boeu Jjip, to them
terrible troublp to py or U From
the otgoe bearer in .the phurch, to
the ranting, cantjijg, and ill'terate
preacher, we have been abused and
injured behind our back. AH these
things we were prepared frpm tjje
first to look for and to endure, but
we wjre not projared to supply so
many with a paper for not as ifliich
as ''thank J'0";." Self respect, and
not any respect for dishonest nieii(
has kept us from exposing those in
our debt, in the paper. No doubt
.1 41 1 LI .. -II! - L
lueru uio buiiiu iiuugiuicns, Beiusii)
and unreasonable p.rn. In I'reblp
County, who persuado themselves
that we have dqne wpIJ by tho Eat.
on 'Democratic Press Tho follow
ing statement of facts and figures
will serve to enlighten such liberal
The money expended upon the
paper, during three years, including
pupes, ink, office rent, firing, wpges
paid ro hind hands $1,600
Cash rectfved during three years
including subscriptions, advertise
ments, and job work $1560
Thus you will see that there has
not been one cent made by oursef
or pur son not ono cgut for tbree
year. Pp to this hour we l ave la,
bored upd toiled and suffered iu the
cause of Preble Democracy without
fee or reward.. Now it will not he
denied by auy reasonable or imp, p.
tial nun that ow own humble" hn
bor.', and our son's labors ought to
be woith ten dollura a, week that
is to say lor both of us, an,d. th,o Bum
of ten dollurs a week ,wonh amount
in three years to $l,5(fl. Nov? 'ins
tead q( receiving as wo ought o
havo leceivifid theabovo paltry sur
for our labors, during three years,
wo have had to find and expend out
of our p-vn pocSct t,p sustain ono)
keep rp ilie'Press' and support pur
selves, e'er o;io thousand dollars,
beio3 to us an actual loss of over
twentyfive hundred dollars. Verily
wo have made a fort'ino out of tho
Eaton Democratic Press.
There is now due to us betjrecu
seven and eight hundred dollars
thut is to say, over $400 lor leeal
advprtispnj'nts. ai;d between $308
o.nd $400 for tht paper. Wp lopk
fur the money ,du? for tho legal ad
vcrtisements, but God help the ruim
who depends upon the hulk of he
dishonest 4un! dishonorable fellows
who owe us f- r their pi p t. One
thing $ very clear, ad that is, that
their time is up, and we sincer,e)y
hope that tbey may live until they
meet with another Bifljpletpn as
willing to work for nothing In jtheir
vineyard of wild grapes as we have
been. We l,eayo the law to lake its
course .with the lawless, but the re
solutely lawless cannot always be
reached by the law. Thero is how
ever a time approaching, when th.e
lawless, the disobedient, tho dishoi
nest and unjust will receive their
just doom at the ands of a right
We shall contiuue to publiah .a
half sheet until the legal advertise
ments shall have been legally pubi
lished -')iit not a paper shall g out
of pur ornce to any man, whether
rich or poor, until paid for In ad
vance, The ffew y.ork 'Day Book'
and other Eafcrj? papers haye been
compelled to adopt tho sani ) plan.
Af'er this issue we shall charge but
twenTyfive cents for the paper till
after the Presidential jelectjon..
That we should take a firm stand
and thus try to piotect ourself and
eon from the grwiy grasp of w
roasouablo ruon, is' a sl.ep neither
new nor jtrange. We have had to
send to England three times since
wo settled in Eaton for money to
sustain the Democratic Press, and
we have sustained it to this hour,
but as patience like every other yjri
tue, has its limits, we conclude that
we have put stock enough in the
paper, and decline -to take another
fhaie. An old and faithful Demoj
crat said tp us the other day, I)) our
DfScej that he did pot know vhaf
to mako of the Preble County Do
mocrats, Vthjy talk well, but they
don't eupport tijej.r principles a!4
the man of sevnry, 'and jthpy Pi'!
ruin any rain whp takes in hand tp
cp4iict tboir pup jr." Our precje
uessor wag taken about the enqnty
in a buggy, and npeevhes were rnade
and money collect I to help him to
-Kurt the Prujs, aud the .bat was
held round in a certain oflSce for
the reception of Jilyer for the same
purpose, hut thank Qodi we are
tinder po inch bev irarly obligations
to any man or sot of men oq the
fabe of tbo earth, 1 v
A large Democratic meeting was
ltd at nilldhoro'tvIndiana, on the
1st inst., enthusiastically In lavoi
of McOIellan. Thero have also been
largo and enthusiastic meetings at
Huntingdon, Wabash, Tern, Fort
Waynd and other plncos in Indiana
all in favor of McClellan, There
was also a meeting holu in Major
Robinson's grovo, Twin townshipi
when Mr. Houk of Dayton addres
sed a large pnd very respectable
audience, This week VP have bad
the long promised and loudly pro.
claimod Republican meeting iu Ea.
ton, which (n nnr opinion was a
great failure. Col. Vandorreer. and
Gen. Schenck,'the horo of Vienna,
made speeches, suoh tfAvy wero,
filled with personal abuso ot thdr
opponcute. The company present
numbered about 50Q, uicllid'ng men
women, children and Democrats.
We pity the pQuntry where men
in searph Of pelf must condescend
to nickname their neighbors to ob
tain office. Qf all such proceeding8
wo say "Ichabod." America will bo
rent in pieces by the fuctions that
now prfy upon hop vitals. Thp
timo will soon come when our im
partial comroepts pn things passing
in A"'1''0 W,H ua remembered.
Local and Miscellaneous
The undersigned begs to inform
the Editor of thp tflegis'er,' that if
he shquld pgaln interfere with hia
private affairs, and. drag his name
p,pfore tho public in the columns o'
hjs, abusive chept, hp must be pre
pared, t.0 abide ty thp pflnsequencps;
J. F. SPATZ.
RiepHONP CONE UP
Cowman qd Co. have just laid In
an entirely n ?o( Pf P7 Qwfa
which arc now ,ort f ale at their Marc?
formerly orMipJed Iy B. 8tP
phen, ,on Main sWt. TjO goods.
ar,eihe .cheapest .ever rJjerPl! for
sale in ftato'j) for imi' pt.v jppff
man ami IUO. aye so re'iijceu, uijr
prices, living hough; hcapi fhn
th(oy defy compejition and on'ly al
the public to gfcP ilip a trial.
aa.DItY AND fiOl p-
. CH at Mbsjbi-s. IIujBtoi 4 ,S,te.
phens, on Main Street, ji;jd y.o,u
will there gn.d Pry .Goods at great
ly redu.ced pri.eeg. Jlustun and
Stephjeua foffsee'mg jji.e great ,d.ei
dine th.e p.rle,e .pt gol,d, and
kftowing the grjeut r.c,du,c,tj.o,n jn tb.e
price pf Dry .Qo.ods tbot piusjt p.e
cesarjly feJIp.V'i reaolv U) tfear
out their stock at once, anrj Jhey
are iipjiv selling tiiu greatest an,d
best bargains, s,ol.d in at.pn for
years pwt, at really low $r$s
Th,eir hroadcli)flj.8, twe.eds, muslins,
boots and ishocs, are pf the best
THE DRAFT IS OVER
And IlEsry Rpssja is on hand
at jthe old p'.ace, ready to rive
and wepvtfi all orders for jcw
OUjggJ.es, Wagons, etc, Mr. Reasler
is a man that con l,d not L.o spajed
for the war. iVe uead such splenr
did wflrVwep at Jiome. Jlis W
rjagies speak for tbemsclyfia. (Call
"It was announced Rome time
aeo that a vplnm.e pf f'Qai Ape's
Jokes was in presa in New York,
anil would be 0n published, It
is now'asflortained that the publish
er has abandoned the enterprise iu
view of the law to present obscene
publications. It is understood that
through tha eutiro yoiijma theie
n . nlnKotai. vain i,F vlrirln
smut, emiijently (ch.aracjrlstc pf
tfie Jp?er, . ;
A recent voto pn the Prefid.epcy
taken in one of the bravest and
best Ohio regiments npw before
Petersburg, st,opa as tol.ipws:
Lincoln" " r5
Fat Poi(icM4i?rJ,fjj?j'Ofl rog
rascals, w bat paies ypw putrfwar?7
IJpy (ruuuipjaway)---a'eeF olj'l)
buBt?' ' ,
THE DRAFT IS OVER NOTICE.
TPE ondorsigped h a.s been 4 Jy epp'tlpfisd
and qualhd admi.oistrar'ofM'
pi gdat f'rame. la pf Pre)e QiW, 99,
EXECUTOR S SALE,
Dison lTi Executor, of tb Prtble C.
Ut wll mai teatamont of ) Pro bat
vid Uyii, def'd, pltR p Court, ... ,
, ' )
Lerl. Parn; ot L dcftl, h
IN porsnsnp of an order prunted hj tbt
Prebl couulf PriibaK Court, 'in the abuvt
Ciu'e, I will i-por at publio kuction on tbe
premises iq Somer owniliip 'ruble coan
OlliOi . - . "
On Saturday the 29th of Oct.,.1864
hi. i u uiLuik r ai. ui bhiu unj mo mm wing
ilclcribbd real PsUte, 'lituato in Preble
conn y, Oliio, to-wit; Bcinjf one 'hundred
and eihiffii ao'ra of laud, off ot the eait
eid'- of the pqrtheoot quarter of section
nuHibcr one, in township number six, (0)in
rnngumber twp, (2) east, lia. Appraised
ALSO, the west half, of the, northeast
quarter of section numbpr fifteen (10) in
towiship number six, (6) in rauo unmber
two, east 4o., .exceptinc about tweuty
five acres off of Ihs north end of Ad tract,
nud north qf the Camden and (lacksons
bnrg road hereto sold arid conveyed to
Thomas J. Milikin, containing alter deduct
ing said excepsted portion u ft r. five apres
moreorl8S, Appraised at i
ALSO, a part of the nortbnesl quart ro
section u umber fifteen, tawnship six rm.ee
two east Ac., beginning at the northeast
corner of said quniter; thence south, 84J0
wet, on thn said line 31 poles; thence south
4fi east 26 poles; thenctt sotth 65 east,
,0ms; tuenca s.-uid jy- P8t; poles;
thence north t west, 27 poles to the luco
of beginning,' containing three ncres twe
roods and 26 poleB of lnnd.3 and being a
part of tbe lands of whiib 'he said Miyid
Davis died seized Appraisvd nt
TERMS OF SAL.K.-Ono third of he
porch8f ash in band, one lliird in one
anij the ris due in two years from tho day
of snlo, deforr. d payinen's, to bear interest
from day of sale and be sccuri by mort
gage on tbo premises.
' Ex'r of Dovld Davis dee'd.
Foosfe Stephens, Ally's tor petitione.-.
9ept. 29, !86f -w-t.' ' prf. 12,01..
Preble Common Picas,
J0HJ IJiiachler, of the county of Bu ban
uu, aud Stale, of Iqwa, will isku notice.
that a petition was bled againrt him, qn the
'22nd day gl September, A. D. 1864, in tbe
epqnty ol I'rebje, ond State of Ohio, by Ja
cob Mullendore, and is now pending, lyherc
Wi said Jhcob MulUndore demands partition
of the following rpul estate, situate in the
county of Preble, and Slate of Ohio, und dis
icribed as lul'ows to-wit: Thp toutbenst
quarter, of section number one, (1) in town
ship number four, (4) of range three cast of
the mnredian line, of the lands directed tpbe
sold at Cincinnati, by act of CVnsress ex
cept twenty live acres off tile nprih gidp pf
sniq quarter, nsretoiore conreyco py uunn
Beucbler deceased, to (renritit Beachler,
containing one bui. died and sixty-five acres,
more op lejs; ftiicl that et. th,e next term of
said. Court, (he e.ftid Jacph Mullendore, will
apply far 8 P. ordtr ths,i partition mny b
made of sniij pr-iaci, sqUjectto the dower
eKlata (if ilagdolone Beacbler, heretofore as
signed to he by fi rmer order, bd decree
of the said Coq.-t ofOorqraoa Pleas.
Uatfii lhi IU dHJ fif Septeqihey, A. D,
By Hulibftrd & Frcciuuu, bis Attj's.
Atu-st, ) " '
U. Poakk, Clk. j
8ef. 22, (Sftl-wl prf.l2,00.
TO l'tiOPKgiSOKS OF MUSIC,
XMATElTpft AKD J 1115
P. A, WNlEIMKN
Foifij . ywrricufi Afnf
HAVjQ pn h,nd the largrjt stotk o?
jk'o.-eigii vf n Npw Vork, which he
i.inuo.rls fi otfl irope exi ressiy (u meutthe
tafte" aid rfquirpinonU . f the American
lovers of Music resptc'nlly calls Sttemiga
to the fuc,t, that L,B is now supplying Jfuaic
,.f Kv'rV Hrieat a Ruduction of twenty-fire
to fifty ft hn!, less han any ptbtr h"s
in the United "tlcS. '
I'rivpto yufpfu! can pp supi 11m yv1
free) Jiy fcrwardipi li e efh iptlo abpte
addres. SboyW jtljrnn.cjp pfessh lot
warded jex.c,e.a tp,e t.osf ,ol tl i Jiusic, tut
hslapcc wrll be VPAf rBn;c4 IP l-08's8-
ealors una ftolfittprtpipuu notpegieo
(hia opubf tuJiiUf tbey will be jibcrally (ltalt
N. B. Any ani very tnefg pf Muj,ip
(rocal or ipstrumentiil) ubfiib,e,d in f-jBroj.p
or Ann-ricn. iJJ he supply jt.o MWFi H ae'
compAnio1 by tbe cash.
, lie member tbe Address,
' P. A. Wl'KDERMANN, .
Foreighpapd Aniericnn Mtjcio VBr.eb.or,
824 BroAdway. New )fork.
Sept. ii, 184-3no. ,
4 CAED TO JSVAIDS.
AClergTman, yibile residing In South
America as a missionary, .discovered a
. r .l. ... t V
Sul.eao simple reipeoy igr 1110 ui fo u ixgi
vous Weaktis, Karly p' cay, Diseases 0
the .Urinary and tSVmibal Organs, and lb
whole train of disorders brought on .by bane.
Jul and vicious I abits. Great numbers hay
ke.cn already cured by Una nobis remedy
Prompted by desire to bfiiieht toe atuictaa
und unfortunate, I will send the recipe for .
drriiaring and using this medicine, in a seal-
.1 ! . ' iS. ...1 1.:. W...I'
ed irnyelttpc, U) ny pne wb.o needs it Fice
Please inolose t stamped epyclope, ad
dressed to yourself.
" ' JpSEPn T. 1KMAK,
Station D. Bible Houte,
'Sew york Oity
.Sept 15. 16Iy. -i8 . . . ;
- : .SAP. "
Dwid F. W. Oaias, pftff
petition to sell
John If- Beaklcy, t al.
Iil pnrsoance of an alias ordr of gaf,
made . by the court of Common leas,
and to me directed, J ill offer fur sa9 at
public auction, opop the premises, about
two niiles south of Jjewisburg. Preble county
Ohio, on Thurday, October 13tb, A. D. I8C4,
at 1 o'clock, p. in , the following described
uunrtiir of sectioa No. ine, township No.fi
pf range 3 East c, contaiping 16? apres,
Wpre less. Applied '8.00.
. Terms of Sei-Qp third ftMb in fcaod,
OU third in months, aw ths resides in li
noptbe from tho day of sale, petcrred pay
meat to hear interest from day of sale,
apd to be secured by mortgage pn fiif pretp
jsei aobi. . CHAS.V. pwAiy,
Special Mastpr Ppmmiipnrr..
djilnjorp A Campbell, At fPF Jet.
jfeptpmber 8, 1 8tt4tds pr f
yta tiioeutire ewovfatio.licket,
ree estate, ueiuuing iu uuiiiiwyi h"(h.
el Wieaklf, oVeeaed, sitnate in tbetflunty of
Preble, and taie of Ohio, to mi. tb V, B-
jn such a manner a cpolusvi u tti
tralizo the ufecls of miasmatic, palarioui
, n i .in.A.
tfE W )rORK WEEKL Y XR
TIE extei ivo and oothprchnnsiv facil
tiea in its nosse'sion enables tbe pro
prietor of he Weekly Herald to guaranteo
tbe latest and most rtltabld' information
possibly to be,oblained, not only from all
pari R of tbe Uuited States, but from all parts
ol the world.
Its homo correrpondcnU. enzneed al
heavy cost, aua connected with each new
naval and military expedition ol tho irovern
Went, prve that it Js .del erntiped to leave
no sp'it uncovered by its operation and in
event can occur that shall uot find imme
diate report in its columns, it roots the
firoprietor over one hundrrd thousand dot
ars per year to maintain its corns of cor
respondents in the field.
In its collation ol rorsign.ftcws the Her
ald has for years ho) I a high position und it
will endeavor in the future to maintain the
stand ii has assumed. Ji has special cor
respondents stationed in all oftho principal
cities of the world,'
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Editor and proprietor.
Korlhwcst cqrper of Fultqn and Nosau
New York city, N V.
There aro po traveling ngjit lor the
Sext, 29, 1864-w3.
Qf ?rjf. M W- Dicfcera on. tf. a
Lta Prof, in tba Pbiladolraia MrV 0llgf
A Yrgctablc Stomach and Lktr Pill
Vprcly yegctnbU pillf, prepared for thf
Xriou.5 geological formations' to neqtrali
it all miasiQAtic, mineral or otbei influ
ence upon llm systom, and without drastic
elfct, whii V should U avoidd. The best
and) most rcl ablo family medicine extant!
ppsure, i. ring mi'"'? surely, and leav,
tog the stomach and Mi 'on. eatural
U I . a n....no .1 M .u.l.M . .f A'lMl A ...
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are invaluable. fnc ii fonlr
if you au Iter from a cough it is vou
w'i lault. A trial of thf pills will cos
vin-e yon of that fact; They dtpompum
the Phlegm, and soodue all inflammation,
It tstbe btst compound aver put together
for BfldSi coughs, a'Wi epi'll'lg of tjlood,
and cuntiumplio,n. Ail afflict wih epughs,
tram shaK-yer cause-efan children vjt-worm4-ran
be cured If af Praa
A positive cure foi any $ase of pbolert
a'lAatter low tifulent may be the attack
alsp,'piMilie. qr Dyscntcfy "sure end
peedy euro SufferefS froiuPhrqaiq Riaf:
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A MWWTP CBWSTQ ALL 1.JVFL4
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produced flr elaborated by science or ex
perience for uejjralgia. white swellings swell
ing of tfie joints, neck, breast, arms or eo
where; lumbago,' sore throat, erysipr'as,
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fection, ulcere of every character, diseases
of the skin, such as Utter, ring. worn, itch
to., iff , bites of venotuouaanimaU, sling
of reptilas and insects, flesh wounds, ester
nl poiuous, also buns and tbMa. Vr
A Purified and Tonio fitters mm'
'ins iiasceium acu fi to
and ajl Pther impefa or deleterious etmoa-
ptverio tnuuencos upU ueaiiu. ft uur
riug'y retpoves the morbid condition of ths
stomach, imparts renewed igor to eveij
function of the human ayeiem, is sun
preveptiyp of fever anJ ague, and all oln
er piliary perangemcniB, auu reuaui.- pry-
tec) ion 'against the iliretseof tropical cli
mates. prM 7 cenM. J'.8'5-Pr8yeptiy
of al) malignant fevers, perticp'ar) J
(OIL OJ COLD )
Ts RofupOa iitb produy pft
mostparpfal epelysil ni auatom pf tkf
hair. It will remove apd prevent ell die
ease pf tbe scalp strengthen the roots and
mereasa the erowth of tbo hair. Veautifyipi
and ideepepipgite polor pfitT tob
patpral supply of coloring mattoi that gir
-1 ' t ! 1 1 -U A.a Aaa kawat Mae
DPF y e pair; bu, (ii "
ivperifr for piding ptrw ginpgtexj
btfity, beauty apd strength l tb p
nanent pf e oersOp.. ' -
men, PQIMH PB JWTTLI
SpW by Pto4 PnwiiM?wrHf
H r ERSBS. MILLER RAU k CO.. HAV
riX. fsilBFilw4rlM PFey fprmerly
pv.puj py ft. Thppspp,be? leayp to Mum
tb pjtfxi pi pf Mm m4 vipipitf , h If7
B'f pf jn4 wmi-m
pesf A1p H4 MBff Wer lrge n4 epta
plwrt rt Qnfam,'
U. S. 7-3D L9AIJ.
TatSeerstary oftht Treasury gives u
let that subscripts oitf will U lecoivtj fo
Coupon Treasury Nqtes, payablo tbree yeurit
from Aug U h, 18C4, with semi-annual in
ores' ' the rate of ceven ;d tlreo-U:oth
per cent per animnj, principal nnoj inter
est both to txi ni l to Va vald i 1 lawful
onoy. . ... ,
.These notes wi!l to tonvrtlhle at i
option oftho holder at maturity, into
per cent gold bearing ponds, psjat's on
041 than Dive nor mors than twenty T':a,
They will kc isiuo 1 in dcuvminulio'it ol $J
flOO, $o00, tl.OM, t3,060,aiidftll tub.ur'(
tons mut hi: for fifty do'.lura or soute tatl.i
tiple ol fifty dollars. '
Thencte.iJ w'.tt b ti j 1 1 n ttt I tv ;
the owners free oi trant nortiuiun ohtrgo
as soon after tbe rocoipt of the rriginut tVf
Jtucatcs of denposit as they can be pre) nre l.
As ths nctcs draw 111U rout In m Augusr
13,'persons making deposits 'subsequent tu
tlmtdnte mu3t pny the ii-ti rest nccritH ("A"
date of do; to date of tjopostit- "
Parties deprjii'ng twenty furs lh uu
d 1 liars aud upwavd.tjor tlipse notes) M ai.
one time will b allowed a commi ioo c
cne quarter or one per cen t., which will
paid by the Treasury Department 0( on tH
receipt of a b 11 for Uiq amount cer'.iCed It
by the officer with whom tho deposit wn -mjjdo.
No deductions for comnissioa nu.
be madj from tbe deposits.
nnT. 4 11 lit I T t r t?0 rtP PtTt t A Ni
If is x V itios.w Savist.s Paki , nltcrir.tr t
higher rats of interest Uiaa any omer, i'd
he bent H'.mriUj. Any savings bn' wlic'i
pitys its depositors in U. S. No-.c, onn'iJ'.' '
that it is paying in tbe best ciicnluiing rat
diupj of .ho cquntry, and) it cmiwI pay
anything bettci, fur its own attnro sitliw
in government seeurit-os or in note pt
bonds psjablc tn goreriirqcnt secui ittes or s
notes r.x bonJ.i my.iblu in govern. aJ, p
It !e equally pon yen'tent as a tctipora ry w
permancut investment. Tne nr.n i can ol
wajsbesoHfor within a t-annon of Ui
ace an! acau muliled interoot, an I m
best security iritH bapks as cqliii'i!s 1
Convertible into Six per ccul. f""'
In addition tQ the very liberal iitiresl v
the notes lr tbrei) years, this .rivilei a
conversion is ttoiy worth ah ml lhr p
Boent perannuni, for t'j currot rat for S
30 bonds is not less than nint ptr re?i
mium, aud before tba war lb preiulaus a
six per cent U. S. stocks wnt ovir twepty
per cent It will b seen that tba actual
profit on this, loan, at the prewiil Burket rata
ls not )ss than tcu per ceut per aauum.
lts(xtmtiori from Stole or 21uiM
. p.it a side from till thcndvuntnges w jiav
enumerated, a special Act ot Cuugwss
cmpls ailbondt atui Treamry notetfrtm
tU 'taxation , On tbo averajrc, thiseim,
tion is worth about two per ocnt. per annum
' a 'cord pg to the rale ot taxaiimt ia variuus
parts of the country,
It is believed tbut no spwrities effer
treat Inducements to lenders as ihose Usoe
Dj the government. In all other foTms - r
indebtedness,' tbe fa'th or ability of private
parties, or stock companies,, or tepartils
communities., only, is pledged lor payment
while tho whole property of the country js.
bel.d. to secure tint discharge at all th.e f.l
gatipns pi the Uuitcd States. . . .
yVhile thogovernmont offuri the icost lib
cral terms fof ts loans, it believes that
yory atroitgest apncsl will b to thn lya,
apd patriotism of tb,t people,
pdplicate certificates will foe issue t for all
deposits.' The party depositing, n pst ea
dorse upqp tlic qriiml certificate the de
pominatipu pf notes required, and whether
fb.ey are to le jesaed jn t)Iapt or tftyable t
order. When so endorsed i (nust b left
f ltb the cffi,cer reccjviny tie fiepotit, U Pf
forwarded tt the Treasury Pepartmeat
Sppscwrrioxs will be pErcivED by the Tree '
surer of thi United States, at yVasratigtoft
the several Assistant Treasurers and isjig
aated Dpoiita-iei, suif by tla
F;rat National inikof DaytpA,
First National Bank of BaotiUpo,
ad by all Niional Banks rnich,ars d.ip '
itaries of public nney, ami
A'l retpeetablt Bankt did Snkr
hroiinout tiiu c?4:ury wil g .ve farther ip
kffpri atry ftm.il i tVi S icrTJf'
Lewis Perkins snd Sophia Preble Compi s
Perkins pis ito, ys. B'ary t lfa-
Eosworlb, t tal. 1 In partition,.
TfJ obedjunco to the ccain and of an orde .
nf ul iHuiif.fi ffoK the Cuuri of Cnmunn .
Pbeas within and for the county of Preble,
in the above ease, to tho tberiB of ttaitl pppm '
ty duelled. will offer for sale at publip au
lion at the door of tbe Court house, in iiatou
in said copnty, on Saturday the 2ilp4 day of
October V D 1864 hctwen the hours Pf 1 and
to'plotkP.M. ol said day, the fol 'owing
real estate sitiintcd n the county pf Prebie,
and State of Ohio, and bounded as fpllplrt,
to wit: 10 V acres oil pf tbo West sidPPftec.
tion Ko, 19 in Township 8, ot rppgp 1
Est, Ac, Being the same land efturtyee
by deed of Henry Poswortb to John Bop
worth, and recorded in Book p!p, IT Pft
399 apd records of Preble couply Obi
appraised t $5,655,00 Also the Sunt)
West corner pf tr Soptn West (inprtes
pf Section pjp H, n Tofpsbip U, ,
Bonge No J( Ect Ac eontatnlpf in
acrps roc-re or ss Appraised at l,ii6,W
he to Irapta containing n ft Pggregatp
19il aoyno mnrsv rtr tmm sU IWoea san1 siUiii
T r ma BaiA-l aV ta nnMhiii iub
tf ppsh PPh.e dr ef -eple, i in pne JPr
end J in lft yrsi 4frd peymrnts tu
pppr m pe cent, Interest from tb4pro(
splp, gpdtobe recpyed hy mortgage pn the
P joyif d, McOLPAF. -
fthffeiiT f Irhl rnnatr ,
Oilinope A Cnmpbpllr At'ornpjp, .
tjept.. g. 18-i44ldp,
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