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aloi.s Tkvkipun, Pl'lft
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1- l'reble Common
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'' "and!l,ers, do('ls.T
Tl fABCAHKr THOMPSON. Abram V.
1tJ- TbiiinptoB and Nancy Tutmpsoa,
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ke E. PortfrSeld and John W. Portarfield
Kubert M'Tkonai aon and Hannah Thorn ,
ton. Mark Thompion, Elvira J. Thompicn,
Chrlea,.Xbpon,"Fraacia ,M. TliOmpien,
and. Frank Thompson will take notice, Hut
a petition wa flled agamstthem on the Jth
day of November,' 1864, in the Court cf
Common rless.ln ana lor rrewe connty, in
ike 8tate of Ohie, by Moses Thompten, and
i now pending, wherein tbe eaid Moae
Tkoaapaon demnds partition of tbe following
real estate, situate tn t tuwmliipof Jeffer.
s,' In the cq'unty ef Preble' itJd Slate or
Ohio, and brianded nn'd desecibed a fallow
Id-wit: the nouhee-t (faarter'of SecfcWNo-
Jrjn twniluB WtJ. f. of Bang Nor I It,,
and' that at the aexi'terhJ of-aatd Co.rt
for aa ortfet- ibal7 rtdower o the aaidfb
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lartmdiaat partititio pay, be madsiif 4ajd
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. Address, MUT5N k Or-, Pnblishera,
31 Park Row, A' V' City.
Gidean Miller, pi
Hanuab Miller end
- others def Is.
Prenle Co., 0. Court
ot Common l'lons.
Petition for partitio',
k as'grm't ef dower.
The mid Har.nah
Miller, widow, and
Michael Miller, Phillip Miller, Sally Kliue
and George Kline her husband, Catherine
Eikenbery and Henry A'ikeubcry, her hus
bund, William M Miller, Emma Miller, and
Adam Miller, of Preble county, 6)bio. FAncy
Patlen and John Patten, I er husband, cf
llutler snunty, Unio; Ueerge Millar ana
Hiram Miller, of Fulton county. Indiana.
Thu unknown, children aud hetrs at law of
Fanny Riuehort, d'eeased, of Howard conn
ty, Indiana; and Jacob Miller, of - 1
countv, IHiboif, heirs at law and legal rep
resentative oi John Miller, late or tor- said
eiunty of Preble, dsqea-ed, will take notiee
that the said pluintiff, (also an beir at law
and legal representative of laid decedent,)
on tbe 19lb day of December, A. D. 1884,
filed his petition againat them, in the office
of the Clerk of the Conrt of Common Pleas
of the mid county of Preble, in which be
demands, partition of the land of which
said Jo'jn Miller, died, seized, towit:
Our hundred and sixteen acres, being the
wast half of tbe northeast qU. rter of section
31, in township 8, of range 2, iu said Preble
iio'inty. 80 acres, and 36 acrts adjoining it,
ol d being in an oblong square Qn, and of
the east side or part of the northeast quar
ter of the same section; and that dower be
assigned therein lo tbe . aid Hannah Miller.
And the said dolendauts are further no
tided thai, at the term of the said Conrt of
Common Pleas, next to be bolden in and
foi tbe aaid county ol Preble, the laid psti
tiouer will apply for an order of partition
and-assignments offl Dower, and for such
other and further acts and oidors of aaid
court "a he may be entitled to nnder the law.
: "''; F003 4 STEPHENS,
Attest' 1 ' 1 '" Atty'a Tor Petitioner.
H A1, Clerk:""''' !"
Dec. 22, 1864-liw. ''- Pr.f.tU.OO.
axamine-bi tock oa band and
'fid tha bb will giv-hem good
Qari:iagc &; rluggj
The' badiraigned keep aonstantly on
hand, all kinds of custom-made wor':, (1 a
stlei,li suoh a. Buiraia,',ta'rrraie9 and
Spring Wagon; alsf every kcripti on
Repairing and fiepainting
donr.ia fneaand rwbrtantial, manner
watretted td giv6'entirevlatlfac'ion
Term a locxaacnaibe bought anywhere
intha,Wet , , ' .
He tespactfolly (uvilps all to give him
jobo r. mepnen, ioe pa -'opena,ivery
T 1 . nt n . -- a a
iilUiblo.'Iire he..vriU be pleased toiaeedm
modate all. who, may rVtish tQ hii; onea,
Bag'gie. itc.f oa reonSle,tetm.''Stable
Kuonevand'Feed for, Jiove of r4te,rs,
lisrmerav Ao , tt)i nfiornVd, r The palrnagc
of thebatiac is rripiKltuJIdf, aqliwd, t; I
street, betvean t!MMdrapr(: V
KiUfcaSr t& Njuouul llotei; J
co. 2a, i864-ti rr :
WHY NOT ENLIST.
A SONG FOR THE STAY AT HOME PATRIOTS WHO
VOTED FOR LINCOLN.
f by don't I tnliitr"AttJ yon eecj
. I bate reason that ifiiwor m wall;
But there 11,07 nciSlll)ff l"g U,. ;r.
' Wky be itae no perlftn 'can lelll
Bo beerty and grogged iw bj, .J" v
, And lilUe to'db he'rej lrn; ;
r4io to eliewT
'Tiiarie, h1 prttty young wife,
. With Aiweli little -bnbe in her arms;
But (hall man rink tho Nation's dear-life
Because a frail woman bath charnu?
ib, il be comprehend our need,
, Bis wife and bit babt would be kiaseJ,
fie would u-ar their whife arms from bis neck
And ci me promptly nf and enlist.
Bui I bate a farm and a honM,'
I And cattle and sheep on th hills,
How can I tarn from profit and loss
fo think of a sick Nulion's ilia?
What money I'd lose if I wca'
What chances for tiaffis and guild
Ihcn lliihk of the comfoi'll of hum-; '. ' .
And the cunip and the curnnge and alaiu.
Cat there is younj iriumn i LeBloss;,
Whose mother is widowed- an I gl !,-.;'
And he bus but little o do ,
Since tkeir farm by theJIierid wai so'd
If he eliouU enlist and 'hot,
As many a one bal before; ; ' '
lis mother could coma- on the tewn,
Ar.d ask alma at the wealthy ssan's dcor.
'lis shameful inch fl-llows as b
Should turn a dsufearto (he call;
Tuat soir should be slain by tlC fire-
Cacaot be the fortuu of all!
Jf I enly stood in bii shoes,
With no fortune or kit to fotect
If I fullered (0 abbaldet my gan,
J ought to bo shot for neglect.
I am readytw cheer-tfce eM flag,
And t1 sa up my cap tn the air-
So long as it costs not a cent,
By the Uuien I'm ready to swear!
Lei the blood of tho natioji flow out
1 Like o river toanqilnh iln foe". '
Let each lather and brother tu'e out,
(But Iht doctor aavs I cannot go!)
How an Oil Well is Bored.
A co"re8ponilent of the Boston
Traveler, writing from the oil rei
gione of Pennsylvania, gives the
following description of the mauner
in.whi.ju oil is fouud:
In selecting a spot for the well,
the artcb'on driller raises a derrrick
about one hundred ;nnd ten feet in
bight, brincing up a eteain engine
of about six boise power, and then,
after driving down an iron pip
Bomo slxtj fet or bo, to the lirai
strata of rook, ictroduccs a drill of
about two and a half inches in du
anieter, attached to a temper nerew,
aud thence to a waikingibeum and
engine, with which holorus bow
at the rate of 8 or 10 feet per day.
to tho solid slate and soupistone,
sty one hundred feet; ho then
comrs to the first strata of sand,
stone, which may bt ten or twelvo
feet in thickucss; and boring thro'
this, comes again a sluto or soap
stone of bluish cist, aud working
on, eny for twenty-live feet or so,
he reaches tho second Btratu of
sandiStoue, out of which there
comes gushing up when the right
vein is struck, inflammable ; gits,
salt ' water and tie roleum. The
bore of tbe well is enlarged by , a
rirnmer, and then an iron tube-, iu
auctions of about.14 feet, ivml close
ly screwed together, is inserted by
sections and ruu dowu to the veins
of . oil; a flaiiBeed bag, which exi
pauds when wet, lb fixed between
the tubings of the well, irt orderto
preserve tho wuter, from expanding
a plungsr or yulved piston is intro
duced into the tube, and.the sucker
rod being attached to tlie walking
beam, the conduit pipe and tank,
which may hold sixty barrels, be
ing in readiness, tho engine moves,
and the precious treasure gushes
forth. This is what is culled pump
ing a well. In the flowli'g wells
that is, such aa send the oil out
spontaoeoasly the di ill must go
down, to the third strata ot eand'
stone; Cut this, in some'lniftauces,
is very deep. In'taeH at Watsou's
Flat, the drill has attjrned a depth
of one thousand feet, and yet the
third bed pf sand.stone is upt
'" Gcueral Shei'mtftrl8 described
by a captain "a a man who h& a
o-Sitint look tboat van i -he got
LBupgry wjtit'n a boy and never got
over j I. iv. nervous .man, never
quiet; pulltqg hi whliikers or 6uf
tnniiiir- his- "tfrtnt, ,; rr'.'fwnjMrifr : "h
Btrinii'T or'TTThbrrtErTirtCi'r n evir
Maien biitvMtb t k'm& Ui;V1n tip
taoe.ltiflt rural ua one w a pamper,
if he get angry; fierr, keen, f'?wr.
ful, and a genius." 1 "
A Good Joke.
Tbere lires In Wiicongin a ccr
tftiu Judge J , who li noted for
Lib learning, abilitj, and lor being
romarkublj abaeut minded wLen
intoxicated to a certain 'jegroe.
Judge J. and Kenator li. hud been
on a vibH to Madison on some po
litical eiYa ml, and hadbuth beuome
somewhat "bine" 'heu they Hurt-
ed sfoV liomeii' fltotahee of bont
thirtj nii11 ' The twJ frhtnUs litad
ir tli" 'miiie towri, had -.ffojio to
gy, and were to return togother,
uud did start home in the company
ot each other about one o'clock p.
tn At the 1 "ltHlfiway JIouc ' they ;
stopped to take a drink, of course,
and benator It. alighted so procure
tbe "red eye' while the Judge ro
inained in the buggy. In due time
the Senator returned with decant r
and tumbler, uud the two drutiK,
and 15. returned to c'elivcr tho
"implements" to mine host. lf,
deposited tho tumbler and clccan
ic, paid for tho "ex hi In tor," then
ca 1 :tl lor a cigar, and proceeded to
liht tho same. Meantime the
Jifdgo, having taken his vriwk.
sat tjuietly for the spuee of a 111; 11.
uy, anil, forgetting that he wu
waiting for U., 8ti ted up the team
at 140 rate, and was off.
After driving about five miles he
met a fncud going to Madison,
whom be hailed as iollcws:
'I say, D., just stop at the Half,
way House aud auk the landlord if
I iett anything there. It seems to,
me J came away aud lorgot some
thing, aud I have been trying to
think for an hour what it is, but I
can't; bo just stop, won't you, au t
inquire, and if I left anything just
bring it out when you tome bu. k.''
1). agreed, aud the Judge drove
Two or three days after B.' an
rived and immediately called on
the Judge, wheu occurred what
'You're a pretty man to leave a
fellow that way, ufteen.miles from
bom, ain't you?'
'Why, B.," what's the matter?'
'What's the matter! Sure enough
I have good will to thrash you!'
'Why, Ii., what s the 1 1
Don't understand, eh? As tho'
leaving me at the llalfiway House
wasn't enough, but you must semi
Lat'k by D. to 'inquire if you hadn't
left; something!' ami now make
strange usthcujli you kidn't know
'llu! ha! hu! That's it! I knew
there was something wrong! I
told 1). I had left something, bifl
couldn't think what. Tried to re
member all the way home. Asked
my wife what was inisbing when 1
got home. Have thought of it
ever since, and could make nothing
of it; and sure enough it was you!
Ha! ha! ha! Sorry, 'pon my soul!
tnd thoy did dilnk. Harper's
Novel Bet. A few days pre
vious lo the Presidential election
two gentlemen, one from Vermont
aii'l the other irom l ittsburg, re
siuing temporarily 111 tins city,
made a bet to the following effect
The latter bet th former a full
-suit of clothes and a hat that Me
Clollan would receive the electoral
vote of New York. Soon as the
result was known, the Vermont
man selected his clothes, whilst the
loser contended, his right, to pre
scribe the style of the hat I He
accordin rly went to the establish
ment of Mr. William D. MeC'ord,
Baltimore street, opposite Hanover,
and oidered a hat of the following
dimensions: Height, 15 inches:
breadth ot brim, six inches; and
breadth of the top, twelve inches.
It Is just about three times the
size, of au ordinary hat, and will
attract' crowd 1 wherever . it
worn;' but," notwithstanding-, tho
winner ot the tet wilr be compoll
ed to wear it at loast one 'year.
A ;MilD "Wintiii. There
many' indications that' the preseut
pild . winter .will be the type
what'alt our winters will ultimate
ly become, a mild and open' Beanos.
Nsture foresaw it, In preparing the
coats for the ears f-f corn, and gave
tfienji .hKfjy.Boautycoyering; the
streoma and ponds are not yet full,
whichv tmllcate's that much' ruin ,
yet ' to fall; the' iniiftkralil :bnve
iiietr'housea -tii'd tcricB'liigh; to
at'o'Ul.the rjj,,oC the0wat-r;''njiij
!hf uutjf a) V.sc.ii rce, hesin:ritl3
. ','1 r .--rti jr;i'i . .1.-..-4..
yi L uavu.i oe iiueriv ci 111c whom
liui '.! il ii ,i 1 i.i-!.i..J i...
I II ri I 4 Ui WVI CL UU HJ liibll
One of the Pictures.
A corresiiondent of the Chicago
Journal relates the following iu
terview of a Federal foraging ir.
ty with a Tenneosec farmer:
At another placf we called upon
tho owner, a in a 11 of ovtr aiit)
yeurs, well saved, yet evidently
much cast dowu and dinheartcneil.
llu was polite, and answered all
nnastlotiB tcdiouslv. On being
aakea wnat, lie nnvw npiuH, we
thing." His wife and four children
sUnding by him, enid net a word,
but the countcnanco ol tho whole
g'onp showed that the old man
tud'tht tiu h. 'Lit eed I have
nothing,' said ha, 'what, with one
army or another, campaigning
t'lrotigh this part of Tcimesne,
they ha-e stripped me ot til 1
could uparc, ami more too.' 'Have
yon 110 horses or luiiles nuked the
o Hi ccr. 'Yes,' niiswcrcl the man,
1 have one more mule, wh ch
entirely broken down; it was !eft
nic b,' a trooper, wh took my last
horse in its tead.' 'No beif cati
tk?' was the next nucstion. 'No'
one,' was tho answer. 'Any hogs?'
'Yes, sir, I have four pigs vihiuh J
bad intended for the winter's sup'
ply of meat.' 'Any negroes?' asked
the officer. 'No, not one; my scr
vants all lelt me some two or three
months ago. I have not one on
the place. I have to chop all my
wood and do all the out door work,
and my wife aud daughters do Ibe
ii.-Joors, what tlfy can.' 'Any
corn or wncai;
Ho wi.Otit, unci
only two or three bUBhcU of corn,'
was the reply. 'l.et s see 1110 muie:
said the officer, it waa brought
up, aud was us tbe old man had
Show me those pigs was the
next demand. Il'heu he heard this
tho old man could hardly speak
his hopes were almost at au end.
lie showed the pigs however, they
were no more than such a family
would need, nor as much, in t'.ict.
The officer then kindly said: 'foil
may keep all these things, they
will neip you out, aim can uu 01
but little eood to us,' and gave tho
old mau a 'safe guard,' which
might save his property from all
future molestation from our troops.
Three years ago this mini owned
large, well stocked plantation, ami
hue stud ot horses liad cattle
and hogs in plenty, with servants
te coute at lu call, and corn to sell
aud to keep. Now he was sitieerei
Iv tliunkful and much moved, that
we spared him his four littlo shoats,
Ins pittance ot corn ana ins oiu
mule, with which be hop"-:
muko n small crop next spring
l he war bos been at Ins very door,
he bad seen it in all its relations.
and knew that it was vigorcu'W
GiiKELEY on Nbuugeh The equal
itv of the white man with the ne
gro in the army, has been partially
attempted by tho Nfw York Tri.
bune, but it has lately attempted
to prove the negto tho superior
race. In referring to Eomo uici
dents of General Butler, nearly one
year ago, a correspondent makes
tho following statement which tlie
Trlbuue endorses and offers as evi.
"As a rosult of this hufd martin
ing on tlielirBt day out, over two
hundred had fallen out of th
United States regiment from exi
haustion. When our forces reuch.
ed Bottom's bridge, and discovered
that their attempted "urprise had
been exposed, it is ostitmite.l that
fully cue half of thu white soldiers
who commenced the march ha
given out, and the roads buck
Williamsburg were linod with
stragglers. But I have tho au
thority of a captain in one of
white regiments for the statement
that not a single colored toldier
fell out from illuesB, exhaustion,
any other cause, aud when the rolls
were called before the ordered re
treat, every single sable son who
had started on the inarch was pre
sent aad answered to hia name."
.... t i .1
.pthlk-rited 4 thltrtttmtK
t A few days ago, arrests were
made at Providence, R. I., of cer
tain' pa'rties deemed to be "loyal,"
for giving material aid aud comfort
to the enemy; The Boston Courier
give this due to the iudentity
the enterprising and patriotic
"It Is understood that
one of the individuals arrested
PKividencf , bjr order ot: Ljru.' D'x,
pn tlie t-hiirge it fs siippoftHl.
ftirtiisriin'gooiw anu upiu:e, i
ths'rittilk- Bvrou teuruuue.'
brother of Senator Sprnxue, 4V,
I ,' ii tM ji 1 1 ( 111! I ' tt. .kllll Mi' tilAl
A Baby at a Lecture.
Tla Buffalo Co vmn-cial hae the
W? like the b'lbirs we our
nelve have got one of the 'b'ened
ed." ones Hint evr lived ,on pari
eo-oiio or kept its fond patents
awake every night for a we'c at a
"trtoh we admire 'em in almost
in almost every style, and are gen-.',
erally allawed poess a large inwanfc
r nhirj iViev aie COOi
babies eveay reasonable mauigante-i .
and allowing them the largest con-
siater.l iiueny ; out.
.iblyxnd vfchcraeutly opposed to
raking tlum to lcciurcn. .-.u..-.
have no business at lectures -they
are altogether out of ptaco theru.
Wo never lmew a Laby yet who
manife-te-1 the least interns u a
lecture. only thin, but thty
have no gyrt of npproc:at;'in ot t ..e
Unces of thing-. Ths invariably
take it into tln;:.r little heuda that
something is wrons somewhere,
and- then their UvU", miuelins
with the stronger tm-a ot tho
speaker, produoes mt luuioying .
discord, and even their i iuoceuco
docs rot protect them lnm the .
.nciital anathcnuifl of those titer so
A Baby at a Lecture. Beware of Eeing Raw Pork.
A lew days since we observed a
butcher lasting some raw sausage
meet iu his shop, and the a;t was
inimcdiatmy associated In our
mind with a singular looking bot
tle which Dr.Hallct, of flrookljb,
has standing on the table iu his '
office. When we first 8w thri
bottle wc supposed it contained
strips some white bark very nicely -prepared.
But Dr. I7.al.ct inlorm.
ul us tlmt It was ft tape worm,
u-hi. liW lmd recently taken from
the bowels of a man who had cotu
tracted it by eating raw pork m ,
California. . ... 1
The old readers of. tho bneuvfe .
ilweriVdii will remember tnai uia
ori"in cf tapp worms in raw pork
0 . . r . .1.- n lot. .
Wits I'OHUeU out in me
of Dr.-Weinlaiid. Fortunately, the
tape worm is very rare, but when
it does occur, it is caused by eating
raw pork. SemiHfic American.
1 hc(,.iuwhm.'. .;t -j.r:jj.;rr
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t.i.r. i 6 ron.r..er,ur trgcnt.'Wi:f ue
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i;v Tho Liverpool Mercury oh.
serves that Mr. Jamas Btrick,
working joiner of that town baf
invented a screw .propeller, ainll
that he states from experiments
made on Prince's Park "Lake, that
with this screw he can get four
times tho speed of the ordinary
tcrcv with the same engine and
the same pressure of stomn. Tho
crews are worked reverso by means
of two wheels at the center boxea
of the screws, and can he replaced
at sea at any time, and being one
third above tho water, tan te
unshippod without any difiioulty.
Imut lvwuihATiox. The dcpai
tures from Ti eland coiiMiuio with
out diminution, One of the latest
Coik papers says the winterseajou
appear to have no effect in detei
ring intended emigrants from the
t"ans,AU:intI.i p.usago- Ou tho
contrary, there is u tcady increase
in the number of persons leaving
Crk fur the L'l.i'ed ta'.ci, and
tlie coiiuti-y pcop'o nw say that
the coming spring will in all pro
bability rilnM a run oven greater
than anything yet soen.
Caiir"Srh"a 200, ar
rived iu .Mat:noj-a.i on the 11th
nltmo, from Uavai;a, 0 theat.eami
er Atla, on his w.-iy t-i Richmond,
to stiuil tn:t;- in the mutter of trie
capture ot his vtacd by the E'ear
sasje. He was dresie'il.ii) eitiaens
clothes, aud took passage iu the
ubovo nam-jd vc.icl registtrinar
his name ft the hotU in Bagdad
and Matamora8 as liandolplx
Smith. - ,
feaT The New Haven lawyers,
ware occupied In court, a few days
ago, on a hen case, tne momentous
question being to decide whoowru
ed the hen, aud whether the. hen
was decapitated or not, The bird
in question was brought into court
in a bag and set on a table during
the trial. -
A pKospbftors Editok. Wa 'sea
it stated th.it Joieplt'Medilf. Ksv.,
one of the editor of tbe rOhinigo
Tribune h a jit purchwed blcfk
ot nurble fn-mt building! in . Cbi-
?ago, tor st);j,ui!u.
Gj ee.v, the-Mulici luuiiieraria
is to be execH4 4U9 ,JhjOf
peruiitw jo tjtit Jyhraeii)ri,wit,