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EATON, PREBLE CO., OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 37, 1864.
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Tktirtfiy, : 0.tbep 27, 1854
National Democratic Ticket.
-' For President, ' -
' ' ..i ltAJORtOBNERAL '
C. D. LI CLELLAN
' .a - Of New intjr.
vj Jfor Vice President,
G. H. PENDLETON
toB . EWWTOM OF PtWnBSVT ASJ&yici
.2mmm or ibi U limit -
ELECTORS AT LARGE.
f Ihnrloo ReomoTllJ, ... , .,.-i-
; .Thomae W. Bartley.
L. Vattier, ; " :,
William J. Gilmore,
v- Lather Smith, . . .
Charles N. Lamisoo,
TTilliam B. Telfair,
. . . William H. Creighton,
I- '. Hudson A. Beebe,
' Edward B. Stowe, '
' James G. Ualy,
."Henry C. Moore,
7 , James Eramitt, - .
; ;: Charles n. Johnstoa,
ft -Kobert A. Constable,
Oliver J. 8 waney, t . ,
'-' Charles M. Atea . , v .
David R. Paige, "
. fiimeon L. Hunt. - '
TO THE PATRONS OF THE
MrWEiiAU Fraoitrtos 'has die
:eolirod',!)isv connection with the
"Prsei" nqd Mr. Habjpir Firousos
Am taken l61e and exclusive control
"Of the samel The latter gentleman
for more than three years, has bad
charge' f;the ;tneohaoical depart
ment of Use "Press," and has most
diligently and faithfully labored to
utaitt,iand having uow aentiroed
It etlte otrol, we deem it on r
nlyto say In Ws behalf, that In
all oaf Intercourse with him, we
luve'fgndd him an upright and
honorable gentleman, and we bei
lieve 'l'im worthy of the ' respect
and confidence of the people in all
feupccts, and we bespeak for him
m liberal patronage from the De
mocracy of Preble county,
W. J. GILMORE, "
J. V. CAMPBELL;;
J. H. FOOS,
J. B. STEPHENS,' -ABKER
r "" .''
It Ir feportod; that .Forrest is
concentrating a' large force near
; The soldiers in the army of the
Potomac have already commenced
to vote on the Presidential question
the Sow York Regiments casting
beavy majorities for McClellan:
Generll Rieketts, who was seri
ously wounded at the recent battle
of Cedar Creek, is very( low, and
it Is ttitfoght that he cannot re
cover. It is stated that Early Is about
to reorganize his army for another
The yellow, fever la raging tn
several ot the Southern cities. -
Th largest gun in in f he world
was to be tested at Fort Hamilton,
yesterday. The weight tbe ball
need in this gun Is half a ton.
It is reported that tho enemy
have replaced their heavy guns in
the Petersburg fortifications,, and
are keeping p brisk .firing into
t. . . u.f ?f.
. ,n th. Brlieh Cabinet I
femieo " T1'"" , " s.
wwvw - 0 i
j 1 10
Governor Hall, of Midori, re
pbrtft that the Federal eavalrj are
seriously damaging Price's rear,
and triat ' the enemy are making
rapid marches into Kansas
TheFedeial prisoners tn Chariest
ton, and the Confederate prisoners
on Morris Island, Lave i. II been
removed from under fire.
7 General Doubleday and a Mexl
cao Minlster'have arrived at For
tress Monroe. ; . ! ;
VjHoTd closed yesterday in New
York, at 2 Hl:T(,,tAr 4' '
The news that comes to us from
all. quartets Is most enpourag'pg,
and the. election of McClellan
and Pbndikton Jr almost certain.
Let not our friends, however, think
that Individual exertion la un
necessary. Every man shotild work
as if the' election depended a yon
him alone. Our opponents are
fully alive to tlieir chances of dei
feat, and will raqye; heaven and
orth to secure the election of their
candidates. Let the Democracy be
at united and tiergetjk'. as their
foes, and victory will be oars.
JUDGE D. S. GOODING.
Wo stop the Press, to announce
the advent in Eaton of that neted
orator D. 8. . Gooding, "of Indiana.
Wishing tjhear for ourselves, we
repaired ;W 'the Conrt House thi
afternipI,,And there we "saw the
lepbtai.'--" About 79 people were
present; to listea to this "livest, of
oraiors." Ot course the usual
Billingsgate was ferthcoming. and
as we viewed the speaker, walking
up': and down his stand vith his
hands in his pockets, and making
great display of a "very i.lrty
pocket hsBdloerclilet, we coold not
help agreeing with him in one
sentiment -'Things are not as they
used to be."
Under the above heading, in the
"Register" of this week, will be
found some extracts from Southern
papers, which "tit bits" the Editor
assures ns he inserts for the solace
of his Democratic frisnds. "One
good turn doserves another," and
we take pleasure in commending
to his attention, the following ex
tract from the Richmond Examiner
of the 17th ?nstant : t ,
Home doubt remnlno as to th e
political complexion of Pennsylva
nia. But we entertain strong hope
that the Republicans have done
what they seemed at first to have
done, and confess THeap desire
that the present result may fore
shadow the reelection of Abraham
Lincoln. For Abraham Lincoln is
the Booth's Brt Auy. .;,
"If the people of the United
States choose to re.elcct him, thej
thereby pronounce a decree estabi
liehing the independence of the
South. We can hri g larger armiett
into the field to fierht Lincoln than
any other Nortl ern President."
General Ben Butler save ; 'The
re election cf Mr. Liucoln will he
equivalent to a twenty years' war."
General Shirman say : "This
war haa just begun, and its issues
are the mysteries of thedim future."
General Jim Lanb at a Repu'n !
can meeting In New Terk; said :
"By G I want to make this wur
a pernianent institution,''
The "Peace Plank."
hw wo sjiuuuiimws uit mm svuiecti
The shoddyites are continually
howling about the "pace plank
of the Chicago platform. The kind
of peac thy want Its aptly defined
by General Tilt. n in a ipech made
at a Republican meeting in Boston,
October 10. ; Getjernl Tilton.suid:
"I don't want any peace except on
such terms ae Abraham' Lincoln
will make. I wou't say nnd. r the
Constitution, but nmler such terms
as he chooses to make'for I do;'t
know wliere the Constitution a"
Thtt "U,w th ,nt I-1-
and there the Democrats take
' B-I consequence f some typo
graphical errors, which were over1
, . 4 ' . . ,
looked last week, we reprint the
following.' t " .' . ,
A FINAL FAREWELL.
Fki. and NKIBOR-It wrtl;
ui. wo uociuou uui wi pmvo u . uik
courteous that I should on givlniyr
nn mv nnnn action with th Kutnn
"Democratic Press", address a few
. , , . . ,
etn .Ha r m if I a - ti it I tKiemls In
vr u 1 u vu J 'vi iwiiai s iuiiuo 11.1
Eaton and old Preblei For tlir
years anil five months I have serv-
U vsve- tbeaW-biiWI...Wp5j
, , . ., -i . , ,
abilities, buthavenot always pW
ed eitbtryoti or m;itlf Still. tre
cause In which I have ben engag
edis mot near and U,ar to mv
heart, and shi.ll tie till I die. That
more an error 01 my oeau man oi
my hoart. I never during a public
iife'ef over forty years, iutenti(ina!-
lyi?jUr, hemes being, and if;
any Ipereon 'or persons in our town:
or neighborhood have i felt: them-:
selves aggrieved by anything I have
aid or published, . I sincoely hope
, 'f. . 7 '. " .
they will remembei that "to err is
human, to tbrgivej divine." Let mu
then bear the c6nscions burden oi
- i. -
imperfections, and let my" friends,
f . . . . , '
and neighbors enjoy the approba-;
tionol consciout forgiveneia. Eaton
will ever be remmbred by me as
a plaee in which I have spent some
of my best, and upon the whole,
happiest years. It would be invidii
ous on my part to mention numex
and families, otherwise 1 could
cheerfully record many acts of real
kindnews done both to myaelt-and
family, but what pruJenoe turbids
me to publish in tliis'-thort address,
is engraven hi my heart, uad will
ever remain there ' a memento ot
My opinion on the question ot
slavery has been frequently and
greatly misunderstood by many of
my neighbors. I am, as 1 have al
wys been, heues'ly opposed to imi
mediate and unconditional eraan -
cipation. Slavery Is a certain eon-
dition of American society, just as
much as the corns on my oes are
a certain cond'nion of my toes, but
I do not feel at liberty to cut off my
toes to ct rid of mv corns. I hnv
alwavs advocated gradual emanei-
nation, -ud ' compensation to the!
I have beeu mtBUnderBrood jby mat
ny of my readers it a fact for which
I am 101 rt ? Whatever' f may have
.. . ... ... f
said, done, or wntteu that ha. of.
fended at irrfevtd an v one has b. en
. : zj-. m - - -
owners of sluve.-. On this great
questioo oi u-jstions I bav the j
most thoughtful, profound and a-l,a"
blest politicians, both in Europe i
and America va my s.dc. I lookiPay
upon the Abolitionist as totally!
and entirely niistakeu in their j
views on the question of slavery,
but I am not going to .ienouuee or !
uouseiuen because tney Uincr Iroui
me iu optu.on.
aiy son mu uoutiuue to puullsn
tne 'f resit as already made known,
Jltlii mv linurr will lit?., in it attA
111V hHar. vPlanua mr ita iirjiAi t o
niawien voui ior MuvieiUtU MO
' -' ' '-u
"'J H lemperte nd m ny Repub,
fsueiikeua t!a rVad will ciwt her
Nevada Territory, by the vote of
iU people on the7tof Sep. e-tiber,
ult-, was fransiormed into a ttate.
An election tor State offieeri will
take place on th. 7th of November:,
A letter from Austin ays:
Party lines'weie ctriotly drawn,
and although we have not the
official vote, 'enough Is known ti
knuw that A. C, Bnidf r.i, D -m..
cra'tic enndidate for dob gate o
C'.ingret., wa evicted, by u ve.ry
baiulHonjs majfirity, bis upponfUis
being TboniiiH Fi;cii ami J. t.'ra.itt
bnugh. ex disirict Judge oi Utah
Territory, mid ex tfelxgats to Cour
gresa from this.territory. And the
emocrauy Deino: k-ret!y elated
wnn uieir recent tuuess are pr
.it.,.'. f- .1... -..,. . ..A
'""1, ' ' "-.'..f.li; 'J'
t. -I'll ..1
i resni.Hi)ui 'n p. tn wrn rnvW'
,l . i, , " . . . , .
ed VilltiT; It ilMU luntlv believe!
The Polish Government.
pirate. atmrgM . atraihnr' a'l 'hi'
power jof Russiiilt atsisted by hr
.Po'snrt ami ewsou-Hired by the
'n ff.rnn.-H of fhf Wt, our in.
punx'tion is wakened and our
r"nk re thinned.
kibttka. which ( bro bo.-ne tine
hundred tb n il of mr mrfvrg
to S'bervsn' Mio ; ubov the ruin
of thoinnndt of burnt 'onria Hnl
, . , . .
t ..i. ... L!- L
,i. lll'ii, uu i -K'.lllM-K I It HUH
Of lnte it has been pretty genr.
alT B,ipp08l!d dat Hj Polish r.
bellion WMj-snniressed ; . Wt t,t
:UBf fi ,W U..-X .ccted proof of its
hy . prU.m.tion,
ueciarinK uv :.rne ev lurion Is
still In prrtgres.d' sniff th repre-
SentaHon. 01 IvlJiSlH. . 1 tin proc
itatton. or Kussih. . Th procia-
nW Is. pretWl wi h rhi pre-
. - . 4
"After mtieteep rnon'bs of oe
. ' 'v'r '."T" auJ 1D"UM".":
,f,1PPwH kv ,,a wh,.,.t. nt t.-.i
narian raure. tie intones a i,cr
I0"" ""d a lying hymn, the chorus
of w-h'!fJf PPla,"1e, .hy the ac
mama r.1 n V rLtl If lata. amm.. C
, IT ' T I
ei, erwed, and Poland is no
"tr,, . I
n'nff kill a mt)?' tniir.d
Dr. Wbalv, A thvsb l gt re,
plipd, "Bx-nnsri itispiration ?e
chocked. HrcnUtion tt-oppnd. and
t.1 J . .. ..
J ,, ""TrTn "
hra-n." "Bob," roplifd HiGr.ce,
.;t bpcanso the rone ianoHnn
enonsrh " let hi feet touch b
Tn on ol tht; m
won n lony sndteHrnPd disnusoton
ai"t.o wbptb' r a vit'l should bp.
s,'n'v''d to vne- 'b question
'"''did Marv ..-v?" Tbrppindo-.
,n ,e llffi,n.((5vp HnA thp 'tUn
b"!ns. rep"td. tb?i ttflswpr was.
"Not a word."
Local and Miscellaneous
Local and Miscellaneous Why Is It ?
Why is it that Deem k Lake's
Dry Goods Store is always crowd
Just because 'hey always
have on hand a well selected stock
of Goods, which thpy sell at re
markuWy low rates. They have
just received a fresh supply ot
everything suitable tor the season.
Those who wish to pnrchnse must
call at cce. Remember he Store,
npxt Jdoor to ' I)r Minor's Drug
Stor. i ;
MEN'S WINTER WEAR.
""'menMp 6tocic of tioods. wht, h
hp "ff(:rs to pl1 'b,HP f"r (' h
OvprcoVti. Punts, Yes's,
an1 Underwear in great variety.
Wnhnp Hlbert bas just rccpivrl
This Orand Combination is an
nounced to vii)U Kj4l,iw ,)n RgtHl,y
T,,Ti , ;aM t() h fhe bcgt
thai! U now trnve'lng.
ian.1 p hop,, they
will 1)h well
jmr0nz J h. re,
BAILEY'S CIRCUS. FIRE! FIRE!! FIRE!!!
iceiveil at his store
n t'herrv- St.
a large u umber of moves of the fol
lowing patterns: Charter, Rush! an
Qne. n, Advance and Amerieaeook
itoves. Peerless, porlor cook. Peer
less and Beauty, siieet iron. Inch.
or, Forest rose and Fluted heating;
8ignal, parlor. Also troughs, spooV
Jn r0((fil,tili :ar(! ,,,,, ar.
cles urually kej 1 1 i his line.
at Musttrs. HiiHtoii k Hte.
I'bens. on Muin Btr"et, and you
will there find Drj
ly reduced lirieie. i:lus'l and
pb forcing ti. great
gline hi the priie ot goid, and
Lnowiu te gre,r reductiot.in
price of Dry liuod fllOt Ujijsl lit). :
. . ..
.. . i . . i t
veuru iuiw, rtsoiveu w cr
out ttieir stoeK at one, und ttiey
.. ' '
re .now aellillk tlir ereattst and
.... .....,... m..,A o '
i;el ifdricaxua, wwtst III AaMUU iyr
Jr K f r1 'f pricef. -jorexp..,
Their orofttitJwtlia, tweeda, muslini,f
.vn) nrvt u vibvi
" f"".M v" nnd N"clt
3nn '3o. in'!!!!"!' '4
ton" f?nM Rn R-noriVt's 4
6ftM( Chaied O'ld B.acelfts 5
2nn rhatciaine CWn,
Gim'd t ham
C i. J
31 ''' "g and mHnufoeturing purposes.
iy.v '"(se. It s giving entire satisfaction
onvenienc it js r,peqoNed, and tbe style
ot fin,.h n,.L.. , .r. . .i. Ji .
.nd we wiil refund the
' . GRFAT
Gift Distribntion !
WATCnFSfnMjya. DI A MOND
OITK MILLION DO LLJXBl
.A 'I in b .-'d for
ONE DOLLAR EACH!!
Without rerd to valup 1 1 Noclh paid
for until no know wht yon ra
to rccHvp ! j
Split ffl Lht of 'Ar'.icfes'll All to b
Sold fur -nnt dollar EachllX
25ft Opm' (i.M nnntin-
ra-e WhM;,, $50 to $150 each
25 LxdipR 0ld nnd en-
nm Hkhicp Wfttchi... 35
m Dinmnml Pin-r.
200" Luva and Florentine
5000 Ooral. Bmer Id and
Opal BrnocliRS ..
5000 Mnnaic, Jet. I.ava, A
7600 C.rnt. Emerald and
Opal Em Props
4000 California Diamond
Brfss' P'ns 2 50
3000 Onld Fob and Vent
Wntch Kpts 2 50
4010 Fob and Vest Ribbon
SOUII Sflf Kolitaire Slreve
Button, tuds, Ac... S 6
300 Q-,ld Pencils, 7 him- "
bW fee 4 7
innOQ Min ature Lockets 2 CO 8
4ftn0 do Magic Spring ... $:l 20 '
annn Hold Crosm-s, &c. ... 2 8
pi;,, n0, Rinj,a it- 4 n
5 0 Phased Gold niiffs... 4 11
lnonn Stonp Se' k Signet
RiKTR 2 50 10
100W) California Diamond
,tin $2 10
TS00 Ret, I.a lj.., Jcrlry ' 4 J5
lO 'Ll Gold Pond, Silver
Extfnsion holderi &
T'ncila 4 10
innno Gold Pens and GolJ
Mi iiiii'.l liolJera 3 8
&00 Ool ! Pent and Gold
Extension holders ... 6 . 10
5000 Silver Gc.blcis and
t)riikinf Pups 5 50
3n0 Silver Tastors 15 59
2000 Si Frultand Cake
Bnskeu 20 50
5P00 doz Silver Tea Spoons $10 to $20 f doz
5000 Dozen Silver Tabb
fyouns Hnd Forks . .., $20 to $40
in consequence of the irrent ionotir,n
of trade in the manufacturing districts of
cjiikwiu. iwr-Mign me war having oat off the
supnlr of cotton, a large quantity of val.u
Rbls Jewelrf. o lpinally intended for the
knrliah nitrket hat been aunt. iff A Halo in
thii country, u0 1 must be told at any Macri-
u"r these circumstances, ARIIAKDALE
ft CO , acting as Acenta for the principal
huropean manufneturers. have resolved up
on a Great Gift Distributiok. subject to the
CERTIr ICATES naming each ar'icle and
its value are iuVed in yEALED EUVEL
OPES, and well mixed On nt .n.
e-.velopet will i ent by mail to any addresi
All Articles Sold at One Dollar each,
without regard to Value
On rec-ip. of the Certificate, tou will see
hat tou are iroing to have, and then it is at
your option to send the flollar and take the
article or not. PiirdhaseM may thu obtain
a Gold Watch a IMnmond :.ing, or any set
of Jewelry on our liat for OV'E DOLLAR,
and in no caae can they set leas than one
dollar's wr h, aa there are no blanks, The
pnre of OeriifioaUs is a. follows;
ve . $1
Eloven for , , j
Thinv for ; 5
Sixty.fiTe for ...,..,.,, ,.',"'
One hundred for .,...,.,.'.", 15
AGENTS will be allowed ten cent on
tt,, .rrwucH's oraerea oy tne proved
their remi'ijince uneunts to On Dollar.
Aeeus wli collect 25 cnta for very ;,en
.mcvn ng reran n cenu to us cither L
cash or Postage Stump,'
ARliANDALK A OO..
' 167. Broadway, New York.
October 27. 1864 3m
WILSON'S NKW $18 FAMILY
rrYUW MAI I11JN JS, i
, Conn''t. "j's aluable invention for
machine ir. manufactured without nv com,
plicated maehinerr. thir-tore it is not liable
t. get out of repair, wbich is always unpleas.
an, fr the operator especial! to beginners.
i ,l to take tbe plv cftosbigb price
" e- w nu naiurui iur sun iiariiir
0r s tinvreom. On tde recemt of IH .
.M' '"F ('".'oonav-fl rei.( sri aeud n.
ir .. l
to any 0.areS, and the ein'L lt ft- t'B
k .,wt , a.. ' . ZZLrLTiZZZ
' " """" wrurw wunwiorr,
fcran retnr.. it t ... ior .aI tJl
UlTnVD J- LUTT aAtf
w V eiwv.li . ,. 4
y SHERIFF'S SALE.
Uvli Perkios MS ophi ) rrebt. Ooaua'
Perkint kit vif., Ti Ukrj V PUm.
Botwortb, ct lv j la eartiUoa
IN obedi.ne. 10 th. eow knd or in ord.
of f le, iuued (eum the Cvurt of Con mot
row wtta.. .ad for ,h. eoo.,y of r;
! di wJ! wiii off for 'lie t jmbiilt Sl
Pbrai within nod for ib. eou.iy of Prefcl.
tion attbe door of the Oourt bouse. Urttaua
in said connty on stattrdsv the 42nd day at
October 1) I6C4 betwon th.', bour.of I a4
4 o'clock P.M. ol said day, the following
real estate situated iu the county ef PrabW,
and State of Ohio, and bounded as follow,
to wit: 101 acres oft of the West side ot a,
tion No, It in Township . ot ran 1
JiifV&c-, Deing the same land eon,
br dcd of Heury Uoaworth to Jooa am
worth, and recnr.l'd in Book No, IT
H99 land records ot "rhle eoanty Oht
apnraised at $5,555,00 Also tbe Hoatt
West corner of the South West irts
of Section No l'J, it Townahip H, e
Rouge No 1, Eaest ti., eontatniag lf
acres more or less Apraldat $I,1ST.0S
the two truvta containing in the aggregate
130J acres, more or less, all fate aad aiei
Terms Of Sale of the porches Boa
y caith onh dar of sale, i in one year
and i iu two. years; dal'ered payments te
bear six per cent, interest from the dar ol
sale, and to be secured by mortgage on la
JOHN R. McCl.EAP
Sheriff ef Preble county.
Qilnor ft Campbell, Attorn oys.
Sept. :i, 184 tds.
Of Pnt JH W Dickons un. M. D.
L-ts Prof, it t Philadlni MaV CJolUe
A Vegetable Ntmuth and Liver Pi 11
Purely vegetable pills, preoared for ths
various geological formations to aeatrali
is all miasnulic, mineral or oihei influ
ence upon the system, aod witkoat iraatie
eftoct, whiik should be avoided. The best
tndaost el able family medicine extant.
sar-aless uuuer any system of aitt, or ex
posurs, aeting mildly and sorely and leav.
ing '.he stomach and howela na sataral
and healthy condition, To dyspee1 fcv
are invaluable. Price U eent
IMPERIAL COTWU Pill 3
li yo sulsr from a eeigh it is
own fault. A trial ef these pills will act
viae yoa of that fact: The; ioapos
the Phlegm, ani sa4as all iuflaaiiaatuya.
It is the bt eompouad ver put togttaar
for colds, eonght, aa.kiua, spitting of blood,
atidconiumptiea. Ail aBieted with tonghs,
tram thatever cause even caildre with
wurmi can he enres by
A positive care for any ease of cholera
No matter how viralent aaay be the attack
also. Diarihsa or Dysentery a sure ant
peedf sure- Sufferers from flhrooic Diar
kea should try this estahlisa' a)'
oiesot Price 40 cent
A LINIMENT CUR1NO ALL lrL-i.
The most extraordinary linimeat
produced or elaborated by science or ex
perience for nenrelgie white swelling, swell
ing of the joints, nock, breast, arms or else
where; lumbago, tore throat, eryiipelae,
?Out, inflammatien el all kinds, nervosa af
iettion, ulcers of every characUr diseases
of tbe skin, such as tetter ring. worm, itch.
Ac, Ac, bites of venomous animals, stingi
of reptiles aod inaects, flesh wounds, exter
nal poisons, also bonis and tUUa. Pri
A Arified and Tonie Bitters
The Jfiascetnqs acta up' O the tleasetcl
in sach a manner as conclusive y t. neoi
tral.ze tbe efeots of ssiasrqatic, aiilarioot
and all other i in pi. re or deleterious atmos
pheric influences npen health. It aner
ringly remnveri tbe morbid conditio of ta
stomach, imparts renewed vigor te trail
function of the human system, it aur
preventive of fever and ague, and all oab
er biliary derangements, tnd a rehab! pro
teclion against tho diaeise of tropical oh
mates. Pn.o 75 cents. W. kl- Preventive
of all maligaaat fevers, parlioiariy
Tea Hoat Ua ts th oreiW f tk
most carelul analysis and anaiemy of ka
ftoir. It will remove and proven i all die
ease of ike scalp strengthen th roots and
increase the growth of the hair, treotifyias
and deepening its color; give vigor to (be
nainral supply of coloring matti that gis
tiat to the hair; aod, in short, oao have o
superior for aiding nature i giving flexi
bility, beauty and strength U ta prite ar
lament of the person,
PRICK, ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLJ
Sold by Dealers aad I 'raggistsgtosrally
PniioirAi, Dsrot, No. 1 Lit ott 8v. S 1
SM2T3 ft CO
H rMM. MILLER BAD A CO., HAT
iVJL log anrebssed tho brewery formerly
ov. ood hv i. Thompson, bee leave to inform
Kb ttiaent of Eaum aod vieiaity that tbey
bore en aaid a eonsuat supply ef the
eon AISigrioortalwgoaa aaaau
Suson Wysong's Estate.
the STtfc dor of September A. D
11864, tbe Probfe Court of Preble
eounivf declared tbe estate of Susan Wy-
son deceased, to be orcabiT insolvent. -
l . . . . . . -
ifrM thntfon required to preseo
their claims enainst the eat.
to th under
sianad for allowance, within sis months
front th tint above mentioned, or tbey will
not be Mtitlod to onvment
v. hi ertl m aW in W
Ain't ef Bnsaa Wysokf , deo M,
U. 8. 7-30 LOAIi.
The Sstrottuy of the Treosury givtg
iee that MWaariptiont will be resolved fe
Ces.poa Treasury Notes, parable throe year
from Aug lo', 184, with Mmi-aaaual ia
trtst a tho rate of seveo tad tkrea-toatat
per aoot per annum, principal aad inter
est both to bo paid ta bo oaid ii lawfat
Those aetos will bo eoavortikU at k
option of tho holder at matarity, into at
pr oent gold beariag boi.de, payable r
ess thaa live oor'more than twaaty fear,
from their date, as the govtrasaent may aloe.
They will be issued ia denaminaUaaM' t'
$100. J50, 91,000, e,(G,endae iborip '.,
tons mutt b for ifty dollars or tome malt
tiplo of fifty dollars.
Tbenctei, will be traaiatittsl U
th owasrsfreaof traa i portaiion ekarge
as soon after tke receipt of tho origia.l Cor
Jtfirales of desposit asthsy oaa be prepared,
As the notes draw interest from itgtat
Unpersons makiaj deposits tobeeonoal to
tbatdato must pay thsinureetneereed Iroaj
date of aoto to date of deposit
Parties depositing twenty ! ye th itaa
dollars aad upwards (or these nolo at Mtf
one ti a.e will be allowed oomatiasiaa
oss quarter of one per sent, wbiotj will
paid by ths Treasury Department ape the
receipt of a b'll for the amoaat. ortif 4 U
by th officer with whom too Oepoait wast
mad No deductions for oontmissioaa snsjat
be made front the deposit.
It is A NitioSA' Bathos Bivi, olenag
higher rat of interest thaa any other, ae
A betttecurlty. Any tariagabaak whieh.
pays it dtpositcrs ia U, 8, Nmoe, oasides
that it is psjiug in the best ctisutaUng m
dium of he country, aad it saw we i pay ta
anything belter, for its ti tmti aeemtW
in governaieat oeoaritiet netoo ot
bonds ptyablo to goverimentweeiinosor
notes or kuads payable ia government pe
It is ssaallr oonreaiatt aa atoosporarysjr
ptrmaneal investment: Tho notes tl
ways be sol for withia a frastrTs of the
ace and accumulated interest, aa I at
best seenrity with banks as al!arb
Ctnvirt'J infs Sit per Ht. k-Mt
Ia addition the very libera! inure j
tke notes for tkrte years, this trmlag
conversion is now worth about tfcro per
Boent per annum, for ths serrsat rat for S
U konts is not less than hosm par aoat.
mi'uss, old before th war tho proauom
six per eenL U. S. itoo't wo rr two
per cent It will bo too toot tn not,
ia not lost thaa tea per Sett, p- ana.
Its sximtisn from 9ttt n Mtt?
But a iil front all th adrMMg we
onamorated, a special lot oi Congtoas ew.
mfU til btnii tmd Trmumy mmrm Av
al tamalim. On th ararat ., this oxemfc-
tion is worth aboat two per ai per aoaiat
according t th rate of eisa in varioa
parte of tho ooaauy, .
It it believed that n eestritio uW ao
treat inducement t londora as tbooo itsaee
hy the government. ' In all othor torms n
indebtedness, tho faith or ability of pr.vta
parties, or stook aempanist,, or separatt
omnsuoilias, only, ia pledged tor payment
while th whole property of the eoaitry it
held so lecoro the diseharga of all the oht
gatioas ot the United lute. '
While the goTorameat of or the meal lib
oral terms for its loans, it believe tUft
very strongest appeal will bo to tkf UT
and patriotism of th poopl.
Duplicate certiSoaUs will b inmel tar all
deposits. The party depositing; tst a
doroenpontae rifial csrtileat th de
nomination of notes rature, and whothov
they are to b istwsd in blank or psjabU at
order. When to endorsed it mast b UA
with the ofeer reooioing Ik dopooit, to Be
forwarded to tk Traasary DepartsaeaL
SDiscmmMi wtu, nsnmrtt by ike Tree
surer of th 0nite4 Slot, at ITuUiigena
ths seversl Assistant Troasorsrs tad dowlg
aat4 Depotitarias, and by tk
F rst National Bank of Day to.
Pirst National Bank of Haasiitea
aad by all Hational Baakt wkik arejeaf e
itanes of public monsy, aid
All rttfeeUbU Brnulm 4 JeWao
hrougnout th coiatry will f . fertbar ia
formation and . .. .
Aerd mtrgfiatili H SoWtensl
Kilph G. K Ciekciip
DAB FINB LINEN8, BOTH
i urnishing Goods ; Hoiry f U kiB(Ja.
kit Lin mad to order, bv .
mt, and a neat ft gsaraatood
Paper Pattarot cat,
8i wslx roirxia tntu ,