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gmetjatu f wi
Thursday, ; January 5, 1865,
. Comruunder Napoloon fujline
litts.bccn detached from tbettoamer
WaclmneU, in w hich he captured
the, Florida, and ordered to regard
himself as waiting orders. He It
Ui be put through the forms, at
Lcaet, of a court martial dial, for
bis seizure of the Florida. In this
connection it may be 'added that
Wilson, lute consul of J3unia, who
was dismissed on account of hi
connection tlth the Florida affair,
has been still further punished by
feting. appointed lo u consulship iu
'. It Is stated here tat the Provost
itil fonnrul Vina AniAili l fi,ut
! uti v viiv auw vti-vnivv v i
:.V' . . j..-..i s i. .
BUL'll UKMHJUD Ult It ti ll UIU LFU 111 lUBii
cull, and furnished substitutes fir
three years, were exempted for one
yeur only; the district receiving
credit for two oue'ycar men.
Tli5 Commercial's "Washington
special says the news from Ittchr
inoud to day shows an iucreusiug
desire on the part of tho rebels
fnske Leo supreme military com
; The following is the concluding
paragraph f a loug editorial
the Richmond Sentinel, Jeff. Davis
..If;FirAnce and Kiigluutl will
qter Jotq a treaty with these Com
federate , States, recognizing our
nationality, and guaranteeing our
independence, npon the abolition
of slavery in aj those States, rather
than tocowinoe the war we should
be prt pared to urge the matter
1 IT 11
one reaaer. v e qcueve such
proposition would be fuvorablv
calved and acted on by. those
tlooa, and it ought to he mjide
Fohtsess Monroe, Jan. Kear
Admiral Porter's fleet Is reported
lb be atlJeaufort, eafely anchercd,
etorni'ctf Wilmington. All
remaining transports were "on
t-ay Jo Hampton Roads.
"- bPRiNOFiELD, III., Jauuary 4.
At the Republican caucus toniight,
GoverRor y&ias received thirty
cjght votes for Senator. All oth
tr twenty five.
Letters from tho army of
Potomac describe the blowing open
of Dutch Gap Canal, The
Vas cut away as much us
and galleries were constructed
under the remaining earth, aud
uiiis'af powder placed in them.
Aim WIIVUB31V11 Itrti vi j p.
uiid was not as successful as
P'ccIhI. The earth must be Uredgcd
oil f, and tne rebels have twenty
cannon bearing on the upper
oi the canal. Much work muetl
('.one before our gnnboa's can
the river-above the canal.
The Governor's Message.
In another coIuumi we publish
eitracts "from Governor Urough'e
Message It is very lengthy;
Wge-spnce i devoted to an nccount
i f the services of the National
Guard, during their hundred
service. , While we do not
to this, we cannot but notice
very small spao he devotes to
tfiiree vftre' nieu and the veteran",
from this State. Speaking of
rebellion, tho Governor soys:
the1 emphatic language of
.President 'the war continues;'
but Le informs n that we
nearer the eni of the contest,
only by'tTie'la'pee of time, but
V.thfflM change in the
pecVrf affair. II recommei.di
officers : Those who aro desirous
of" Tcnov'm'e more Of the Message,
featriho extracts; hut
not thatjuaicc, they will hud
fuH'r"eport iii the CvwHcreial
Oddetlt oflHe4th instant.
JiM oloe'id last iiij'st
HwtYo;yt0.'.; . , ;
jAivertUng; ' l'u
A Word to our Readers.
1 exert themselves to
creased suripoit for
This being the first nnmtar of
the Pros published lo 18S$, It will
not, we Ahlnk, be ont of plaee to
nddretsf0w words to our reader.
"On the 17th of October last,
w commenced tbe publication of
tne -V-fSi. The reasons for our
father having giv6n op the paper,
have been already published, and
are eH JcHoevn to our readers.
Since we coraiueuced the publi
cation of this paper, great changes
have taken place. The rc-electioji
of Abraham Lincoln disheartened
tho hulk of the Deniocratip party,
and the result has been thesurpen
hion of many Dcmoututic news
papers; the last that has come to
Mr notice' being the Jeffersonian.
Whether the Pemosracy were right
in thus virtually kilting tjjeir own
orgsna, is u. question wllch no
honest Democrat cau auswet In the
At a time like this; 'when ho
prico of printing paper and materl.
ul has advanced nt such a Icatln
rate, n9 to render it impossible to
pnbliob. a country paper, and ob
tnin ft living profit from U, tli0
. . . ! .1
people ougni to conif.iorwaiu, mm
and not fold their arms with cool
indifference, and foy "If the pa
per don't pay, give it op. Wo
guess we can get foiiio onu to
carry on a pper for ns, iybea an
other inipaitant election 's aiwui
to com oil'."
Faimcrfc come to us and say
"Well, my taxes arc very high
thlsyear; I think I'll stop any pa
per tor a while." Yes, tlieir .tajecs
are high, but they forget lh.ob.igh
price they get for their pnodiwevr
J3UII, we reepect these n.cn far
more than we do the tntaks and
thieva who vill allow their sub
scriptions to r flii for thrco
four years, and then refuse to pay
for their paper. These-' men we
utterly loathe and desplee.
To those friends who have sup
ported ns, wo return wtr sincere
tlTanks. Much remains yet to
done. All hnvo mme Influence,
and can, ifthsy wi'f, procure many
new subscribers. Let this be done,
and hen thoro will bo no room
Sirs, As I liavo resolved to pub
lish to the world a list of the names
of ..those dishonornblo men, who
owo me for their paper, some
three yearn, fouic' for two,
others for one year and two months,
I reqncH those who have ny
rospect left, to come forward
settle, with rue at once.
Eaton, Jan. 4, 1865.
The Eclectic Monthly.
Ve havo bci'ore us the fir tt
her of the Kew Series of
'Eclct! Magazine of Foreign
Literalnre." We cannot speak
highly of ibis monthly. It
caret ul Iy . selected extracts
from tho leading English, French,
aud German qwterlio and mouth
lie. " The unweii t- niiinbur Is
belli M w'r.h a Stoul late
graving, which presents a memor.
able scene In English history
'Cromwell refusing tie Crown
En "land." , rU
Xo student of History wli!
to rend the leading article
the Crimean MTar, or " William
Xormandy." Cuptnln Burton's
Dahomey makes some singular
MiircsL "Life in J tva"
q ,ite a new ud novel field.
Old Age of Isaiah aud
Pyramids and the Pentateuch,"
have rpec'al interest for nir
cal friends. "Maiiette's D.scove"
ric in Egypt" will dliht the'
o jUqnartan. "Jiutch
as-, "Fansll'-are worth i
den.Dadca" i a racy sketch of
'nhaseof Continental life.
TwiinS'wters of Malta' U
for our fair friend. M""t
should 'thaV Hallway Alvcntaro"
cupital nil ut tne excitement
hngland consequent on the
m'irder trial. TU.Mlsc-llaDy
imrtnunt eontnins some gn3
1'oetryV. vuiuaLlb criticisma
Hook, and a careful selection
matter o 8ciiice. Art, etc.,
the llaport "of ta Critlah Asaociu
t Ion and other original sources,
Firmi ftp Si!o
Thee desirous of investing their
surplne funds In Real Estate, will
shortly hare an opportunity . of
so dolrg. : 'v '
On" Saturday, the 28th instant
Dison Davis, executor of David
Davis, deceased, will offer for sale,
on the nrcmiyes, some valnablo
Ileal Estate, situate iu Somers 1 p
For full particulars, see Bills,' or
call on Foos & Stephens, Att'y.
On Wednesday, 'the lit 'day of
VoKpnaVv' 18G5." there will be of-
fortd for aale at the Court House,
in Eaton, tbrec good tracts ol Land
one tract situated In Lanier T'p,
Preble county, Ohio, and the others
ia Defiance county, 0. For tul
particulars, see Bills, or Inquire of
Gilniore & Campbell, Ajt ys.
Tho valuable lands, owned by
the late Dr.' S...Lsitteu,, late of
Pi-oble Co.: are also for sale. For
further particula-s, see Bills, or
call on Foos & Stephens, Att'ys. .
A Pictobiai, Doiiolk Numbs?.
The Phi etiological Journal aud Life
Illustrated, for January, appeare
with 82 quarto pages, and a boaui
tiful illustrated Cover. It contain.,
portraits of Tennyson, Villiman,
Sheridan, Cobb, Phillips, busanruh
Wesley mother of John an In
dian Chief, Frans Muller, Miss
Mugging Mies Fury, the Princess
of Wales, Florouco JSightingaie,
group of Warrior8IIannibal, Ju.
Jius Csesar, Pizarro, Cromwell,
Charles XII, Frederick tho Great,
b'eott, Weliington, tnd Napoleon,
with Ethnology, Phrenology, Phy
siognomy, Physiology, and Psyi
uhology. No. 1. Volumo 4lBt.
r. i i : i . -,1 .4 on ...... i. . ,.un.la. n
1 UUllBiieu hi in ranil nnu.wK! ,
2.00 a yoar, by Messrs. Fowler
Wells, 389 Broadway, New York.'.
Anecdote of General Sherman
The follow'ng anecdoU of tVe
capturo of Fort McAllister is giveu
by a correspondent of tho ew
Major Anderson, commanding
Fort McAllister, was taken prison
er with bi men,. Major Anderson
lived in style. Nearly four thou
sand dollars worth of wine
cigars were found stowed away
T'anvm. . xuoBuiuiuio
amon these damties, as was tndr
wonr. ueneiiu oiic-miui, mw,
... 1 n !- - 1.
Major Andes in, in conversation
like Gonciul Grant, is a smoker,
had, it is presumed from the fol
lowing incident, share of the Ila-
with General Sherman outside
tort, after tho surrender, asied
be excused a moment, In order
return to his quarters, "where,"
said he smilingly, "Central I have
Fomo very good cigars. I would
like to have you try pno.'
"Thank you," responded General
Hherman, just 'as pleasantly,
at the same tirr.o 1 x ending a hunt!.
tul of the Major's own fragrnt che
roots, 4-but I have some very good
onoi here Permit tne."
Tho Majnr took a cigar.
2s kw Yobk, Jan. 2. The steamer
New V01 k, trom Southampton
tho 21st, arrived at 11 o clock
l'resident Lincoln's message
received in England on the
per Asia, rurliameut is expected
to reassemble on Feb. 0.
The Joi 'on Times sojs
coin's menage contaii e little
Federals can derive eucuuragement
or cousolation fioni. Thb Govern
mint, the present military aud
i'.tfAir8,aro rap'diy growing
worse, Mid. tine nieesage efieaiiiilly
destroy "all peace expei'U'ious.
Thu Times thinks the North
not possess the power of coufisca
ttug pioperty. Th mere act
eoiiu'seation gives the -Sjuth
strongest 'possible motive to
to the last. TI.e rept jrt of
s'utc of the Federal finances is
more discouraging thaU tliat ot
m litary contipgeiKie-. the
at ion, even as depicted in the
Bgi and In the at-ompuuying
jorts, both financial and military,
renders it the most unccmloi
address ever read to an American
House of Representatives, liritish
eutrality haa been maintained
well that there is only one
in the message widen toutcrn
England dlcectlythe resolutitm
to place an additional force on
great lakes. This Is not to becom-
i r i. n....j;.
piuineu oi. me uiii ihb vuc
hub will take measures to prevent
Canada being made the basis
trcurMons into a triendly btate.
!fkby placing gunboaU on
Onhtr.o aud Erie, these en'erprises
tan te impoded. Uuuoln will
ln engaged In anot ject liich
lirithtb au'hortiet would be
to assist; but we sincerely
that hla increase ot forco is
meant to be pereoaueuU We
not conceive the Kslty that
occasional forays, of a few adven.,citiMus.
tnrers should b-broneht into cou
nectlon v.ltj. nuestion oi com
tinning or modifying the rights of
transit to Canadu through the Uni'
tad States, at well wtb regulation
ox .imperii,-ne men
esuiblieUed j the reciprociiy
treaty of 1851.-"
Extracts from the Governor's
Extracts from the Governor's Message.
Genilemen of th leunto and House of
Rtfuesculativ;,, v ( . ..
pie have been protee'ed in all.ineir
privileges and enjoyments; and, In
f n vour K-thla'to Your legisla
tive duties, it .affordi me great
pleasure to eieet vou with tho as
siVaa'ce of the t-6iitiiincdeace and
prosperity of the Btate. uur nep.
. . .. r
. .gt pf tuem U1JJ BUggtStS tf.Cir
.depOBit in the vacant pannels
the rotunUaotilie taf uoi ouuuing
lenso of our common country, and
as such should be sacredly pre
served aud honorably cherished.
the various avocatious ot life, they
have labored with f hcjr accustomod
energy and industry, which; has
been amply rewarded. L coraiany
unite with vou in praise and thanks
giving to the .Great Kuler of the
Univurso, for ithe manifold bless,
ings lie has vouchsafed to us as a
State and a pedplp. ' . '
My. present communication to
vfin will bo linii filled mainlv to the
condition of fWstare."' The ma.
chiucry of tlve Stute Go e n nent
has worked so smoothly; under
exictiug le!slation,' ithut I have
tew rccommcndt:pns to make as
to modifications or amendments.
This is gratifying t(, myself; and,
I have no doubt, will be acceptable
t i you.
1 he nuances ot the btato are in
a s,ouud condition. For the details,
i respecttully reer you to the rc
ports of tho Auditor and Treasurer
of State. : '
Alargo nuniber of the Ohio rgi'
menti have presented their old
battle flags t$ the Btato.. These
are a part ot four history. They
constitute an import aut portion of
the record of thi patriotism, devo
tion and wrlfic.e of our people
who have volunteered lor the dot
The Adjutant General presents
No better arrangement occus to tue,1
mid It vou concur iu it. I rcco:n-:
mend u sufliuient anurouriation i'or
the purpose, to be expended under
direction of that officer.
The militia system ot the b'a'e
was put 10 a severe icsi uunng uio
year, ana I am happy to say that
it passed the ordeal in the most
satisfactory manner. In the month
of . April, at a conference of the
flovcrnrb of Ohio. Indiana. Illinois,
aud; lwwft,.Bnd WfBcenfiinyti vs deter-1
lii i m-uie(, t0 oftr tf) t,e Government;
i the servicea.of eighty-five thousand
niilititt for tllC fenu ot' one hnndrod
i .1. ...thi. niinln of () ilu a ny t
. -' 7 o
cd ut thirty, thousand.
Tils offor of tie Stales was
promptly accepted by tho President
rtn tliu OftHi n( Ariril niwl tlil fiwt
1 (boh, ,,,en i Washington,)
comn.umcated by telegraph to
Adjutant General. lie immediate
ly issued his order tjr tho asem
blinr of the National Guard
their respective pi ices of rendovouz
on the 2d dav 01 May. On a very
inclement . ay, amid a stoitn
snow and ram. thorn met ami
for duty ncurl' forty thou.
sand men, who, without q iestion
or reservation, ottored their servi
ieto the country in its hour
need. From these were organized
forty ione" regiments aud ono
ta'lion, with an aggregate s'reng
of 51 OHQ man llr iLan nun I
ment and the battallion were
at Jthiison'a Island,
regiment at Cf mp Clias , one
Gallino;K and two at Camp
was, n son. Tho 'em 'ming thirtyisijp
rffeimcnts, embracing an aggregate
strength of 31,051 men, were
out of the Stato i::to
Marylaud and the District ot
"tuubift. bix of theso re'iments
went to thu front undtir General
Butler; two of tlum were ii
battle of Mcnosocy, here
eulicred a loss of four killed,
seven wo-wideda-aud a numUr
( tiKioiiiArai nun taua Siutlnti ai I
isoucrs; one was . stationed
artinsburg,' Virginia, where
suffered a 16t of over two hundred
prisoners, wOo are still iu
bauds; ono .regimont was
Qenoral Hunter in Ii'h severe m.arch
to Lynchburg ao I back, reporting
the lose of on 'y one man,
regiments wero stationed at
tnd Washington, and
active service in the raid npon
iattercity. Of the force retained
in the State, the 166th, 168rh
171st weio ai thrown int
tucky to ment the raid of Morgan,
where thoy did good service.
the fight sear Cynthiana the
had nineteeu wounded, of
two died. The Cnlouel and
a'it Co'oiei were both iiVudcd
in the l;st of wounded the
vArvv-tava'elr. ' In tha surrender
by Gen. liobson a. largo number
this regiment was inujuded,
they were al'torward-t paroled,
the ro.reat of Morg tn was noccsia
rlly expedltiots, tuat he caiild
retain them. ,'
Thin statement of th eepnees
the Guard, I am w!l aware,
. e l i t . j
impertct, and doce not do
to them. -
I do not intend to a y that
men are entitled to any.nior
mendation a soldiers, or, patriotic
. than the thonsnnda of
brave mon vho make up the voli
untecr lorues oi our oiatc; mi mc
elronmstanccs qndor. vblch- they
responded to the call certainly eu,
title them to honorable mention -
From the "nature of their organisa
tion it was entirely unexpected to
them. They haa comparanvoiy
no notice, and but a tew hour to
arrange their home affairs.' They
loft farm, and .atocp, and ; offices.
aA manliantiml iilirBili t. nlttllV Ot
thm without abl.itiv and all of
tlien. with'out time or opportunity
to maketiroxUioti for their families,
or arrange, for the protection of
their industrial inUrests during
their 'absence.' This they did not
duly without murmur, but with
zeal and enthusiasm. This fact,
which so materially enhances their
credit, should not bo withheld.';
In the emphatic langunge-of tho
President "i'he war-continues."
Thn great contest tor the llto ot
this iiauon is is not yet icrminuwu.
Tho year just .'close 1 1 has been
marked by. decided, progress; .aud
woaro nearer the end, not only by
the lapse of time, but . by. tho mate
rial change in tho position .of pan
lies, and tho aspects! affairs. Our
strength in all the elements o,f con
test Is increased, while that of tho
ivnollion U diminished.' The mass
of our people are firm and deten
mined, while the adversary is bo
coming brokcu and dispirited. Wo
may yet have icverses in etore tor
in; biit tho eventiul triumph of tho
Government, though it may be de
layed, can not possibly be prevent
ed. A review ot past cveuts, so
familiar to the country, would not
now prove interesting or valuable;
while those of the luturo are so
tlearly foreshadowed as to tax only
our patience in awaiting their do.
velop'nicnt.' '. . ,
From the coninvncemcnt of this
great contest the Stato of Ohio has
occupied no doubtful or hesitating
Iriositior. Our pcoi)le havo aisuined
I their burthen with alacrity, and
I home them with cheerfulness.
fh -y have responded with prompt
itnde to every call that has been
mndo u:icn tl e n; and without
passing the bounds of becoming
motiGsiv. tnev mav noini wuh
j i - - .
emotion of pride to the . record
whlnh bar sons have made for the
Mute in the coursel and in the
id. Ohio officers havo command
the ledwith distinction and honor in
neirly every department ot tbeser
vice: and Ohio soldiers have battled
with exalted courase tind patriot
ism npon nearly every field of the
we-, aud lnarcuoci over portions oi
eVerv State that tho treasonable
' In uiura took into rebellion. At al
times, and at all places, they have
nobly done their duty; achieving
for themselves and reflectirg upon
! tt.eir Sia e the highlit honor.
x- T. .ia thro hv l.een cnevoua
ported B icrificcs" there has been nionmin
at many hen:t i stones; and we
have often beon called upon
pause l;i our exaltation over tho
noble conduot ot our living heroes,
to lament our heroes dad; but
even the eye bedimmed with tears
has caught a g'anco of the future,
and tho stricken heart has found
consolation in the assurance that
.... . . , !, i . i ii
a l these principles win uo uaiiuou
in fie triumph of freedom, and
coining ereatnesa and glory of our
co u.tt v. The commandment
the pe p'e 's to you aud to me,
our allotted, spheres, to move on
of-ward to he accomplishment of
! great end; and to contribute all
buM ability and usefulness we poesess
h to the to umutHtiou ot that great
triumph, in which not only our
se ven. out tne iriciuts oi ne gov
ernment throughout tho world
COLUMBUS, Jan. 8.
OHIO OFFICERS ESCAPED FROM COLUMBIA,
Captain James Imbrce, 3d Ohio,
taken with Btreight, at Uome.Ga.,
on the Sd of Mav, .1863, has just
arrived, having etcapyd . trow ..ttol .
M ml,in. South Carolina, on iheh
or I . n
of November lust. Captain Roes
tnan, (-apt. Byron, Captain Nice,
Lieutenant Uooper, Xiiuuicnaui
Chaefter. Lieutenant Weakly. Lioiii
tenant Marshall, Lieutenant yir
mm aud himself, slipped guard
and passed out of prison, aud thro'
tho linef. On the first day they
traveled all day and night through
the wood", and atterward they
rested by day and traveled by night
Guided bv the Stars, living on
narched corn and persimmons, and
such provisions as negroes provided
them, thiitv hard nights' travel
brought five of them to Da! ton,
Georgia, within our lines. Lieut.
Weaklv and Captain Nice were
reeiiKtured near Abbeville. Cant
Imbrce has been an inmato of Llb-
! U lt......;IU Kann,, Pli u plant ntl
. .' . .. . '
- u,aor nre.i anu voiumuia linwiu
of ,."..'. i .... r..t..J,tn.n
lie frenueiitly saw Jutiiu Brown
uud- Richardson, correspondents,
held at iSi lisbury.
Between ten and eleven hundred
Union officers are still iu prison, at
Columbia. South Carolina, in
,i.s. .A,v.t,.. iiKnt
is! ' ..lJh1l.it w .i,., ' - ,xcer)t
it Kroner cioiumgw sneiter, ex
J"J :f1. kets and bfanchea of tree.
-p. r, wv.' I. Tl-i
J JOtli. wn.R;"i'j ' j
like the placextvt Crr chiefs (ooel?
Becaoeo lie's ft Ilcn.wryrr- '
The Florida Affair.
The London IIrald,in spending
of tho Florida case, says:
"We believe that tho precise dei,
marids of the Govorumeat of Brai.
ril are, that thXi Florida shall be
restored with all effects on board
to the exact place in the Bahlm
harbor whero she lay whou seized
n"pon by Capt. Collins; that she
shall be escorted by a Federal sh'p
of war, which shall duly aalute the
flag ot Brazil on its arrival; that
Captain Collins shall be dismissed
the Federal service, and an ample
apology made to tho Imperial Gov
ernmen. It iemalns to be seen
whether -ihe'.Govornm'nt cf Mr.
f.lncoln will accede to these de
mands. It can no longer, however,
bo pretended that the Government
of Brazil has boen forgetful of iu
dignity and its just rights, or in
dined to condone an outrage which
has excited thropghout the world
an amount of Indignatiati tar great
er than that aroused by any other
of the many lawless acts of the
If that is true, tho damands
against us aro pretty stilly eveii foi
tho eubserviancy of Seward.
, riirehologlsts placethe b.nmp
of invention upoii tho skull; but a
nose three inches long is a great
Three things that never agree,
Two cats over one mouse;
Two wives iu one house;
And two lovers after ono maiden
Cincinnati, Eaton & Richmond
1VISTER AfiRANG IMINT.
Pmiengcr trains will ran n tun ao,
leavin; the siterai aiationi mn iaiiu.
1 1 irence
The e hien?o Exprei Train, gomj west
lenvee Cincinnnti nt 7 .00 P M.. Hamilton
8.20, Ceirlm 9 15, Katon 96, ari.ve a'.
Richmond 10.3. , '
Oniiiir mlh will Ki.hm'.O't at .9a.
K. M; Kami) 10.0'i, Cvle 10 to, flaiml
ton 11.20. arrive at f:in.;inuti 12.45.
1 UlAaEK,8uf t.
8. C. CnTE, A't &!'(.
a. a. wn.t i.fatb p. i-
. t.OD Richmond 5-6
. 8.J3 DfcW.Junctin 6.02
. HAA Weatville i ll
. 8 66 Florence a 21
. 9.07 New Hope 6.32
. 9.22 Baton... 6.4A
. .:0 Barnel'f 7.05
. 9.41 Camden 7.U
, 10 02 Somervill 7.28
. 10.10 ColliaavilU 7.39
. 10 18 SaveaMilt 7.50
n 10.3:1 Hamilton X.10
j 10.40 Arr. atCin 9.4P
. . - 1 Before J. Mc-
8auk, Smith 4 lo , p r., , ( j
. . f Twintowimhiii
William MVcfiet, del U , p blft q9 0
fin the 15tl (tat ff rifcenber, IB64, nid
Jmtice imuiHi n Ordi-r of Attnchment
the above action, for the maiol IZL.o.
SrtAMK, s.Miiu vu.
West Atcjandrin, lee. 23 -31.
Public Sale of Household and
OU" Saturday, the 2Ut of Janaaiy, 1865,
tliere will be offered for tale in trom
uf the Court Hoai in Eaton, the wbnle
the Household Furniture of Wm Fersuaoii,
Epq., who is about U remove. thecal
eoinpri.ei a apUndid 7 OotaVS Piai
neailv new, aluo a liiindm tfahaganj
Marble-top Sideboard, M, Uodstead,
l abUe, Chvira, tc, ...
Th Piauo aud 3id UonrJ will U fold
tati'Iy to eny reirnnllo partieH buld
tialt lo purchaw! lfor tli.- day of ale
For fiinlwr p-iniculais ee U Uilt which
will U published ill dy or two.
GREAT COMBINATION !
Carriage & Buggy
COMBINED ! : V
Tbe uailereifned keen eertt'y
hand alt kind of ea Hon made wor' (
it;le,) inch as Bapg'M, (arria)(e
Spring wagon; aisf every qfoenpuon
Repairing and Jlepaint'.vg
done in a nrat and subi'antiai manner
warrented tn gire entirf iatafak.ioii
Terrne n low a ran be bought anywhere
lie reapecti'iilly invitra all to give hi
call and examine bi stock oa band
be (aliened that he will e ihcni
Ha would alio oaoce tlat
taken tho old iu - ormerly occupiaa
Joka W. fUephen, a ba opened a, Li
tUable, wharebe will be pletmcd to accom
modate att who may with to lure
Buecie. c . o reaaonaMe tern.
I VA ti.r llnrlBl of (nun.
1 1 .i. .tr....i.A Tk.
former, Ac, (1o afTordrd. Tbe patronage
of the public i respectluliv solicited.
Carriage Shop at tbe old tnd on
Ireet, between Main and Somerr, stable
Mai a near'tbe Xa lineal Hotel
VTOT1CB ishsrebr rtvtn tbattke
Jji aigaei bat b duly appolato4
atJinti m Eitcur of tht List Wi'l
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j ceuatj, Ohio, teeeattd.
j " VIUIAK 1 T.'t.
Vtf, W64. , . r :
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FINE CUTLERY, ;
b The stock nf WATCPE8 enn.iftf in ''
of fine Gold and Silver BaflUb ;'.
Doplex. and Cjlider Kicapemeat, ti'
AMERICAN YATCHHS I
A r:'n'ii aiiurtmer.t f
Of all the varioae atjles and priee,
the moil eelebratrd maaaraetoriet.
Tooib picke, gurd books, ajold, silver
and wooden encil ladies' and jeiulainm
bawl pine, willow and leather wirk b'skele,
fa.icy, Iaa,aad wooden bee,toy watcbee.
TEA AND TABLI Sl'OOK,
Cold and jet sroeiea, elaeve battoae, eeai
linbi, butter buivee, alin(t wa. Uj laiooib
iaf iroai, POCRIT KMVWJ, iwi, -cap,
cowl, aaiker, jet, (laM, satia, baste
and wet BEA18 fbina, line and wocdea
ror LdSHE. india rabber, tin aad willow
rattleri, nilltttoei, cigar caiee, mdia ra
ber dolls and doll bada, tobaeco and aT
orei aatib bKe, vralebel od!ee, mU
ikin pocket baobs . ,
' -WILLOW WAQOKSf i
Tht largttt wi hst .Hridjfi '
POCKET KNIVE& nr
' shoe H in Pnblt ctnntjf;
Pocket yard etifk, peM wdl, Deteb,
pipe, lat pencil, and ebin ;
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-FRSXCH LTIOOHAPHIJ PRINT! ;-
! Gilt Molding for PloTuri Frntat
Key rl -f py flawet, Rexjlej, Wbmosw
Ipecianlei, :elpe, ftoltcap sad -
merciul vm tayK. Oiliiuf ma, new,
ad -ook; wafera. iphnd d iiaty.T
bard aad knobs.
. baakera' walle(,
reilT referen'-e Hie.
woney bel'l, nvihg cxee, raior nrvp, .
watch t-kaiHi and keva tot snivaa aao lorai,
igar long, ipnons bullon-BiH acntai,
tweezer, :mt luiiior, ! pen, aoiimrt,
Uuik wallets, ikaviaf oap, iadi rabb.r
hall bar .ovaetfr.
fiuitar. Bfiijii, Aeeoideontw rjatiaat
Muic 15l.x.1boiin. Flflidf. ViR"!.
Kifea, UarHiBeie frerep'or, Ti'i
Fork, (j.iilar Slriag., GUX TK1M1N0..
bnllvt ladlca, rawiroda, wai, lip, bot
thar'nern, tub" wrni:be, bol, d l
turds liee!-tmk.ponnder, lautern, cai
turniri, tea. bell,- Ieigh belle, door brt',
oow and sheep bel', bird cage; black H
b'uli, wad cutter; wiin-e at cutter,
dmt paaa, rtl ad n.oae trapa, fl isible,
cecoa dipp'r. waiter. laiee, sptiol tents
Maioi.ic tiabtei, wb.kr brah, elaw
cotter, hovela and tonga, clothe pint,
haad broow, pepper aai p!e koiee,
priag balance. ch bore. pr dall.-,
aadloeka. aabrell. drutJi. flac. land pa-
Bar, CtrpH tack tnd a ho tot other at.
lion, whieb be ha aot time or'rooa lv
enumiral b.re -Alto IXL blachtwg,
whitewab brnb' .
BUTLEB'S WRITIHI FLUID.
Corm Mills, Zciiv Drivim,
81EIX0E AD BBEAST rUktPg;
But axd Tabli Caitoks; '
, fapei: rrasnoEi t cm.
lUaVivtt al1 thttit vktart fa ee'!i of
sytbing in bi liae, to giv kirn ttit
Rt'OK, H, ll4-fBi.