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KRIOAY, NOVEMBKH II, 1KC4 Current News Items. It ia now rl.imeil lll Delano, (B R) and Jim AabluT (R R ) r both ! cld o Ton. stroat ih firl frm th Ml. Vernon, and the frond from Ilia TolcJj District. Col. Kice m a hrtve mid pallanl oflicer Ohio liner lent ' mure sn l l field. Re in,.,m. wmm.leil. hit friends iiomioatod him for Congre m, mid h m beton ly tht no. loriou cnrrnntioitiat mid ataj at home skulk, Jim Axhlry The Commen-im lias another hideout plot, rnvaalrit l.jf itt Indiana correspondent. The hetilliuct renniii(h Id chill the readers wilh horror: "The Northwestern Conspiracy Further startling Iteviilitiiohi Rpliel Invas ion solicited-Hairon threntened with assasln Blion." Thit tort of tluff would bo alarming if it wore not played out. 1iucolu made a speech the other day in which he thanked (lod that be had pat it into the heart of the people to re elect him. lie mi took the influence moat potent in the re mit. Trie devil if wo believe the tcripturee, bat much to do with the action! of men. No additional returns of the election have been received to chunxe our tlutemeiit of the result The Democracy ttill cluiin Sew York by a email majority. General Cameron tele graphi that IVonsylvnnia hat K""1' Kepublf can by 15,(100 to 20,000 The New York IlrralJ (doubtful authority) tayt that New Yoik has gone for Lincoln by 6,000 majority, and that McClellan hat carried only Delaware, New Jertey aud Kentucky The una paper ttatet that Kenton hat de. fented Governor Seymour, eud claimt that the Legislature of New York it largely republi can. The Albany Altai and Argue (good authority) etatee that McClellan hat carried, the State hy from 1,'JOO lo 1,500 majority. There it but little war newt communicated by telegraph thit morning. All it quiet with General Grant, but much tpeculation it enter, tained in relation to the movement of Gen. Sherman. The evacuation and destruction of Atlanta it generally crodited, and report are current that he hat marchrd the greater por lion of hit airoy ncross the country to Savan nah or Charleston. The rutult of hit latt movement by Sherman will be developed in a few day. There ia alo conjecture enter tained that he will, ere long, co-operate wilh Grant in the liege and assault on Richmond. The Jollification on Saturday Night. Wo aro advised that tlio Republicans ol this city propoe to signalize the re-election of Abraham Lincoln to the Presi dency, by bonfires, and illuminations, ami other of the usual demonstrations of ex" traordinary happiness, on Saturday night' It it a matter ot regret to ue, that we can e, in the orcnion, cause only for gloom and Borrow, ami reason for lamentation instead of joy. There is nothing of politi. cal, and little of moral evil, which, is not betokened by the re-election of Abraham Lincoln. If war is a desirable condition the mom cruel aud unnatural war which history records with' all its incident demoralization, cruelty, tufjering and crime then i the jollification of Satur day night an appropriate and wis expresiion of a correct public feeling. If con cription unknown to free. Governments, and an engine of despotism everywhere is a matter of felicitation, then it it proper to giva voice to our gratitude on Saturday night to tha man who hat instituted it thit once free land. If national iusolveucy i a thing to impart joy to the people a bankruptcy which, in the lowest deep seeks for a lower deep then otnrht we to rink' bells, aud tire cannoui and shout ourselves hoarse on Saturday night. But wo weary of enumerating caasee which suggest themselves to our mind, a the only couceivable reasons tha demonstration proposed. V are in the presence of facte, which on every band, remind n that the Gov ernment of our fathers, with everything whioh made it precious, is subverted and destroyed. We are called upon to at the reuewed lease of power accord ed to the putty which has destroyed it There is not one element of free Govern ment left us. We are the subjects of Absolutism, an perfect a mists anywhere in tha world. If we apeak, or writ, think a becomea a freeman,. it ii not wo auy longer hav tha admitted right to do so, but simply becaute our matter, with million of bayoneta at hit beck, thinks it not advisable, or not worth while to seud us to toil at fortications with a and chain to our leg, or seud us to Dry Tortugas! In tha midst of ruin more speedy, mora wful, and quite aa complete at ever befel nation of freemen, wa are called upon rejoice, and make manifest our delight public xpreeeion I Pray, exoase us. "Let us Have Quiet Now." Under the above very appropriate till, ....... , ii tlio OinolMitte Journal li a veiy con- teiiiiitible eit'ule railing on Limuolx to, "put liit foot down etrontt,' ami tupprcM i , r i. : . u free .pee. h ami a free ,.ree. It It Imped that Mr. I.iHi'ot.N ha learned totne- thine hv the d exMriinc and Iwton of , , ' , , n .1 llie laat four yearn, ami especially tin ; that attempt to iliMieo opposition to hit Administration by force ol arbitrary power, Ia not tho way to have quiet. The elec tion is over. Mr. Lincoln is re-elected. All men worthy of the name of Demo crat, will entirely acquiesce. They will go further even than that. There is neith er occasion for nor propiiety in mere politi cal ,iitation, until the approach of another election. The euliro power ol the country is with Lincoln and hit party, aud they must bear the entire responsibility too. But the right of criticism and condemna tion of the Administration and its policy from time to time, through the press and in ordinary public meetings, remains and it mu$l be respected. Otherwise, we want no clamor, no violence, no agitation, and join cheerfully in tho cry "let us have quiet now." And this seems to be the ciitimeut of Mr. Lincoln' "screuade peech," ami if he acts npon it in good faith, there will be quiet. Hut wo must have no arbitrary arrests, no suppression ef newspapers, ami . no mob violence Mcautime tho duty of tlio Democratic party is to look chiefly to itt own org ini.ation : to return to sound Static Riuiits princi ple; and to educate itself up to the mark of it true policy, pcack. Let the efforts of all real Democrats take this direction, and when the people betomo weary at last of war and taxatiou aud debt, and this Adtniuittiation break down uudnr its own folly and crimes, we shall have a party ready and able to begin the giva' wotk of preserving the country from the terrible luin which has been brought upon it. "To Whom it May Concern." It is a significant fact that in tho most decided Peace or "Copperhead" counties, the Democrats have made their chief gains siuce 1803, ami also since (he late October election. We point to Bntlur, Mont gomery, Preble, Crawford, Starke, Ross, Perry, Fairfield, Auglsi.e, Ac. Let the lesson be laid to hear! "With all thy getting, get wisdom." Judge Holt's 'Mary Ann Pitman.' of The Detroit Free 7Vc, iu the subjoined paragraph, advises the public wbo is Mary Ann Pitman, the principal witness used by Judge Advocate General Unit in hit report of the Great Western Conspiracy The editor of the Free lVi'ii voucbea that these facta are within hit own knowledge: Mary Ann Pitman, the "Southern Lady" referred to in J udtfe Holts infamous report, ia a mulatto girl, and win tnken from a plan tatiun about ten unlet from Kort Pillow. 6b drinks, che t tobacco, and it addicted to alt Ihe vicet of a woman who it a regular cninp follower. She it shrewd, unacrupulout aud vicious to tha latt degree will not hesitate at auylhing for pay. AH tint muat nave been known to Mr. Stanton and Judge Holt, and yet they have the impudence and daring to issue tuch a report against a million of loyal Northern men, on the testimony of tuch au abandoned witness. The Election in Maryland. ia The State of MsryUud wa carried for Lin coin hy direct military interference in the city ol Baltimore, where the Democracy were not allowed to vote Could they have voted, Lin coln would hardly know lhat he was a candi date in Maryland, under these circumtlaa cet, it it timply outrageous for tha Republi can! to claim that limy have a majority in Maryland. Lincoln's Majority in Ohio. the foi Lincoln's majority in Ohio will, we think be about the tauieaa that given to the Aboli tion Slate ticket In most all of the Democrat ic counties McClellan gamed over the Memo emtio majority of October. Auglaize give l,3u7 ; Holme 1,751 ; Crawford 1,500 ; Hut ler 1,400; Fairfield l,:i0(); Heneca 700 for McClelluu. A gain in each county. The Democratic Vote of Ohio. I an If the result in Hamilton County it any in dication ol the State, the Democratic vole for McClellan and Pendleton mutt exceed 200, 000. I.attyear we had lS.rJOO votet for Val laudigham, and thit year 15,500 for McClel Ian; Democratic gain, 1,800. Wa polled in the whole State last year 187,000 Damocralie votea. If tha Lincoln preaa ia to be believed we have 200,000 copperheads and traiton iu the Suite, which it certainly a most alarming occurrence in tnat event, lbs worst ol it ii the traiton teem to be increasing. The Election in Indiana. [Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati Enquirer] INDIANPOLIS, November 10. The Statu of Indiana, thronh the manage ment of thoae who hav th thing under their control, ha gona for Liucoln by an estimated majority of 35,000. ball tha to by fttMor thkD million votet wart cast for McClellan on Tuflidnj, and all lhat wanted tobeooma Prttidunt waa a luffioiencr ot friendi to cait votea to giva bitn anouftn Statai to 0'm lactoral Collegt, Cummtrciat. Our cotetnporary only giraa McClellan about half bit vote, which waa near too mil liont Ue polled f otee enough to have given htm a larva maiori'v of tbe electoral voice, there had been no frauds and no violence re eorteaMo, ABOLITION MOB AT CLINTON, ILL Outrage upon Democrats. From the Decatur Magnent, Nov. 3. : Lmt Saturday the democracy of Dewitt held a mas meeting at Clinton, which was at- jtendeij by tome three thousand people. The meeting wat ad.lretned by Meter Willird, ;p,n Sennn. .'reparation had been made for the tpeakert at the county fuir I p.ruunui but the aland and teat were torn down by the Jucohint the night previont, the rope that raised the Nag to th lop ofa aplen did pole nsci also been cut, aud threat were msde that they would "clean out" I lie Mo CteHan copperheads if they attempted to hold a meeting in their ''loyal" burg. True to their pol tical teachings they attempted lo put their threalt into execution. At the i, occa sion entered this modern "Sodom," a party of - rui-ran, commenced nurruhtng lor Lincoln and hurling brickbats at the procession, into the wagon filled wilh men, women and chil dren. The procession passed on, and on fol lowed the loul and blood thiraty out-throat. A constable of one of the township and marshal of the day remouslratad with ih rabble, and by virtue of bit oHio commanded th peace, but he wat pilenecd hy a tlung tbot coming in contact wilh hit head. Hy tin tim another democrat who had dismounted was attacked and pursued into a crowd of men and women, the fiends shooting at him wilh their pistols a number of timet, regardlett of eoneequru oet. Thia guerrilla warfare wa kept up neat ly tne wuol day, wilh more or 1 at violence. no respect wss paid to age or tea by the at snilanlt. Orey headed old men were assault ed and had to flee for their lives, hatless through the streets 0 placet of tnfety. A number ef democrats were badlr wounJed, but fortunately none were hilled. It wa enough to endure th violence of these armed outlaws, but when it wat known that tha bi;er ( !) class of republicans, iu the town stood in the back ground, grinning like demons and giving counu-nance to tuch iula mout proceedings, it but aggravated the out rage. Theae men, had they beeu dieposed to do to, could hav ttopped the cowardly wbelptfrom their lawleat conduct in five minutea, but they had aet tbetn at Ibis dirty work aud detired to tea it go on. The aboli tion ladiet of the town could be teen at the windows and doora, and heard to cry out, "Hive it to 'em, boyt clean 'em out" 4c. We will jutt add by way of warning to these repuhbciint, who permitted tbi outrage, that had retaliatory measures been adopted by the Jemoorats, they and their property would have suffered, and but little attention would hav been paid to tba irresponsible loafer who made the murderous ussault upon peaceable democrat at their bidding or connivance. It required great efforts on tb part of influen tial democrats to prevent the people in atten dance at the meeting from uniting and taking summary revenge npon th author of auch villainous anl uoproroked monocracy. Clinton ba made a record of inlamy for herself that will caute the place to be tbnuned by law abiding people for all tim to come. Only a few day prior to thi occurence a man wat mohbed and beaten tor expressing him self in fuvor of McClellan, aud has entered nit in their court for daintget. Whether any legal redrett will sought by lliute wko wer niared at the meeting, we are not advised. It would doubtleBt b a melon prosecution The Chicago Plot. Th Chicago electioneering plot turn out to be just what every man of sound sense knew it would turn out lo be a miserable humbug. The report of the discovery of arms, aud the detection of a acbeine, to re lease the rebel prisoners at Camp Douglt), by rebell who invaded the State for the purpote, were all gotten up by the Chicago Abolition ist! to anect the election. Ihe arms discov ered were a parcel of old militia guns, wh cb ban been in the potsesaion ol the man arreat ed at a conspirator, for yeart, piled up in an outhouse, neglected and forgotten. I be inva dera, who were to us j these formidable old muskets without locks or stocks, did not ap pear at the given time, but a crowd of Aboli tion ballot-box ttuffere and rounders appeared at the city hotels, the day betore the election, proclaime I themselves "butternuts, and os tensibly declared their iutentiou to do all manuer of incendiary and treasonable things. Long John Wentworlb, a provisional polit ical tiickster and demagogue, wa one of the chief instigator of this ridiculous plot which wat only infamous in that it wat a de liberate attempt to impose upon the tupera- buudant cr dmllty of old granny Abolition ists, end nil the country with unnecessary alarm -Ohio Statesman. IbjrDan Kiue, clown, and candidate for Senator on the Democratic, ticket in Crawford and Erie, will we are informed, shortly make hi apearance at bit old plase of business, in Walnut tireet above Eighth Ue will be ac companied by hit trained donkty, and will preach Democracy and josst. We congralu late Colonel McCandlen upon having secured thit new attraction. Freii of yesterday. We are glad that th campaign iiatiumifg tuch a jovial charanttr. It it far baiter to laugh than to cry. I a order to counteract, in some degree, the enact ol Uan luce appear ance in Philadelphia, a abov auuouuced, we are informed that "Old Abe," the celebrated clown, and candidate for the Presidential chair, will shortly make hi first appearance at a concert hall, in Chestnut street above Twelfth. The Great Jester will be accompa nied by hit trained "dog," and will give hi latest oke, and eiug the famou negro melo dy ao admirably performed under hit direction at Antietam. W congratulate our Abolition friends upon having leoured thia new atiraotion. Dan must look to hi laurels Vhiladelyhia Age. Coming Down. Th (weeping majorities in all th States olaimed by th Abolitionist are coming down! They will find when all the vole come in, that their popular majority will fall vary short of tbalther claimed in their jubilant mood of Wedueaday. ha ii Coy Liia-'r Siva It. We heard a good itorv, the other duj, which will bear repeating. It ii told thui: An Iriahman, oatned Patrick Murphy, who lain tha habit of leafing arouud the bar-room of a certain hotel, not a tbou and BiUee from Cbatfield, wai aaked by the landlord, ' Why ha didn't go to work ?" Pat aaid ba couldn't find any work. "Well, then, e 11 )ut in t'ae army," aaid the landlord. 'Tou oan gal $000 bonntv, beiidei 111 a month and found " "Found I replied Pat, "be jabere, found dead on tha battle-field, I am jioi the man loeee it In that light That's what'i the - ! matter with Patrick Murphy." VhatJUld Wi.) Vm. The Horrors of War. A man, unless h happen tu b devil in carnate, very soon g ett Itred of killing those whom be can ere. Kven the aurgeon who ia ; dissecting a corpse covers up the face of hit j unjecl. I hose orb have annk their lire into the !' of death, but they are (till human eye To mark Ihn death-gate of the alaught- red the poor tellow who never did do us harm lo leel our feet slippery in his blood to have his blood spuit on to our bunds, and hia hot brains brash into our face tin kind of business veiy toon sicken mid revolt the revest soldier When you liave seen a few men slashed or shot to denlb, my Christian friend my melodious poel, wilh your ting-eon- about ihe "ten. let Held' and the "embat tled ttrife" my niillelluout pastor, with vour high-standing elenuenre about the "Hod of battles" you will think as I do, and mtybnp you will come lo acknowledge how compare lively lender and merciful are the men in shoulder-straps whose trade it is to kill, and bow olien the gorg of tbeir souls rises at their dreadful calling. 1 Dm to the Book of Maccabees, and read that one tremendons pienant passage that one line : "And Nica nor lay dead iu harness " When you have seen him thus, lying slark and stiff, his brtve clotbot all dabbled in gore, his mouth wide open, grinning, awful, the bloody foam on hit lipt dried into a purple crust, and the camp follower ihe Thenard of the army creep ing npto rifle his pockets, and draw off hie bontt, and cut off hi ring-linger, and smash htajsw for the sake of the gold-setting to bis falee teeth, you may form some idea about the "romance of war," very different from thoae you have previously entertained. Sa le, iu the London Telegraph. Personnel of the Rebel Warriors. lor. Uenrrnl lleauregard ia about five feet sev en iuche high, gray hair, broad forehead, face tapering rapidly to the chin, prominent nose, full, Uuik rye, and wesra a gray mous tache aud imperial, lie is tilty years old. (leneral Hood is about six feet high, light hair, fair complexion, gray eyes, heavy sandy beard, a lurge framed man, about thirty-five year oli. His right leg it off above the knee. General S, D. Lee it a young man, about twenty nine yeart old, five teet eight inches in height, light hair and whitkert, gray eyes and fair complexion. General Cheatham it about five feet nine inches high, heavy built, dark hair, dark hazel eyes, about filly five yuera old. Ooneral Clayton ia tlx feet high, about for ty eight years old, hair turning gray, short, ttiff beard a good looking roan. General Pat Cleburn is tlx feet one or two inches high, about forty -I wo years old, lean (but not hungry looking, like Cassius), iron gray hair; loves his friends and bites hit enemies' bodies, but praya, he aaya, for their souls. Geueral llatet it a well grown man, about thirty-eight yeart old, tlx feet high, dark hair, tpeakt plsasnntly and limps upon his right lg, from wound received in Georgia. A Good Reply. The impudence of General Rttri.KH ha been well rebuked by the Mayor of New York. Th New York correspondent of the Philadel phia Inquirer saya : It was currently reported this afternoon that the General had sent a notification lo Mayor Gunther that he (General Butler) would be happy to see him, at hi earliest convenience, at the head-quarter of the De partment of the Kast, aud that the Mayor re turned a characteristic reply infdrming the General that he resided at auch and such number in Fourteenth street, and that any bus in ess he might hav to transact with Ihe Chief Magistrate ot tbe'city could well be trans acted there a any where else. We don t think BtTLica will make anything of th atnrling Chief Mairintrato of New York. "To Close the Concern." '"There being do further ase for onr tervi. ce in tbe peculiar profession we have adop ted that of manufacturing plot and inven ting slanders now that our father Abraham is elected, we propose to to close the concern. publish no more humbug electioneering lies, and endeavor to get into an honest and re tpectsble business. We expect to be patron ired without asking references or character, at we ve lost ours. Signed, Seward and Carrington. Montgomery County, Ohio. The home of Vallandigham did excellent ly well at the lale election, giving Gonornl McClellan 317 majority. Thi is about double what it wa at the Slate election. fiiicirmafi hnquirer. A DiNunaooi CouNTLKi'tiT Ghcunback A few well-exeonted and very dangerous counterfeit Government greenback, of the denomination of (50, has recently been put anoat, ana nanaiers or money must seep sharp lookout, or they will be bitten by it. The general appearance of the bill is precise ly that of the genuine, and the signatures per fect fac limiliee. A (lute examiuation, how ever, discloses that tha engraving is coarser, and the printing not quite as wall done, while in the vignette ol Hamilton the nose it less prominent, and Ihe lower part of the ear. which in the genuine it quit plain, it ob scure The wordt in script, "Promise lo pay to bearer," are temawhat coarter than in th genuine, the paper i unusually good for a counterfeit not. DIED. WKNZ Thia niomiiig at ht pat ft, Katanna, ilaurhlr of John and Mary Wana.aifrHl thra aura. 0110 month and aaveuttieu dnfa.' LViiiral tomorrow iitlruoou at liftlf paatoue. Mo. Uttl, wuat andol Water atrevt. ttorvlcaaat tha oatholio Ktnauual Churuh at half uaat on. Interment (Jatholio BuryinB itrouud miiu vre, ueir iij rair uruung, NOTICE Mlm IfiuTpr, la Mont, Com. ITrank Kagaaar, ) 1'laaa. SAiO PMue Kn"tMir ia beraky ootiBad that the aatd Iviri. Kni r old on ihe With day of Bp utnlerA L. i-M, II. btr pM tion in tha Clai kat txBoa of tha (Tourt of Common fleaa wuuiu and tor the County of Montgomery and BUlw of (Jhio, charg ing him with habitual druukanneeii, aud extreme orualty and ankinu thai ihe mav ba divoroad troio tha aftid Frank Kiwimmm-, which petition will aUnd for naaring at ine mt ai noTtfUMr iarm,a. v. imu ol aaid l ourt. KlA.k KHUliriKrl, Hy Itid A. Hopk, her Att'y. Uwai-, aaplamtiar m, IhM aap'iT waw ATTACHMENT ' NOTICK " J. UeliUngftr aud Thorn peon, PlftlnUOa gftinit Daniel Jonas. lfawdant. IjIKORl 0. Muaeetoiau, Jualir of the FeaAft of 1J jaokaoatowftfimp, Monigomary County, Ohio. OutUeUtu day of Oo oUr A. 1. ltM4, aaid Ju-tna aanadaa order of AtUubuMnl la tilt abovaaobou, rthftftiim ef U-Uo, Haw LMftneai, 0, 0k lh, IM4. eet-w6tr DIED. Legal. KOTiCH J .! . I Knit?!. y. Moot. Sup. Oonrt ltr rttirat. t, wH. 1 KH KKI I KKH of M iamJ oounty, Ohio . Mari( rl Hnrk nmi John ttrk, Rr ijongnituKsir, Au i1rw rutte!, William KrlUri, Im-io f-in-rnt John Potim, .liu-nt. Kttrat Ahratuifn K?ttr htMiN at Ian ol Hainnrl rHllrr.n'iJ, CRtharia Kftitrra hi widow H(ihn H Matrh-h hia Adiniiuarrator, John Hhla ail Icrfiitiah MoftMly will take noOca that a petition wa ft I frf its hia Iham on tha M AURtit ltn4, in tha MiirrMr Ooiirt of MontKnmery it-ninty, and m na p. 'filling, wriaram naid Joh fUr dvniMtiJii (artition ot Thf following rwad nal : la!. Tha follow inj( p rami m Mnnt(rrmirr roun ly, Ohio, lo-wit ; arlof thW. of riM. a, f own 0, H S, K. Iifgtntnnn at tha V. W. corner of ftld 8o. S, an. I running K 6 N. .00 oia to tha K Hw. ataka onaawtlin Thn N . W. iVj nnlaa lo a alar a In tha Hext.llna. Tharw W. ft" S. 10 (lolaa to ft at ha. ThAiH" N. b" W 4n pol to a ataka Tbna W. ' rt tMt jK'lf-st to a aUk in th aw t ion lino, Tltationft. ft" K. im o toltift plana o( h(inninK oonlamniK TO avrrn imrn or ion-wilh tha iinvilftfa of A roda a)iiara in I ha N. K. corner of Hto 0, Town 6, Kanga , (or ilia ptirw"a of ootiTyinn tha watr fotn Hanni( Folknrih'a H.ritig branch anywharft thtotigh tha ahnra dtfriiid prmi'a, Dd. Tha following i-n-mtea in M outworn a 17 ooun tjf, uhlfi, to-wit : all that oartain lot of land In thi K uornrr of tha W. S of fctoo 10, Town A, Rang h K. HfRinoiiiit at th S. K. cornar of aiJ S totion wttiifKi an Klin "Jttinch -am diamatar tmring N, II" W, IU liuka dialaiit, and run- in a lhanra N. W 7flpoia mi tha aimt lina of aidi Miiin to a elaka ftlantiMl In raid line ; thaiva H S W, tti polaa on ink to 11 cornar in tba oantra of tbe Dayton and ot nuton Tornnikn road, Thenca H. 6 tit polaa 0 linkn to a afnk in tha centre of Mid roftd j ihaiwe H. 1ft" K 46 pol, id linka lo a elaka in laid road on the on 1 h line of aaid Hat-, witnaiia ft whlta oak 1ft iiwliaa in diamatff, bearing N. W. Hi link 1 t' am-a N. ma: K. along tha Mouth line of eaid Ho. 31 7-It poloa iho pit wi twginnitig ooulftioiftf H74 acre wore r laaa. &i. Ilia folio Inn uranuaaa In MonlaomarTPountT. Ohio, to wit: Lying and batng in Hao. lo, I'awn t. RantT4, B. HaginnntiiMt tha N. W. 00 roar ol tha N. Id. mmrtnrof anid aaciian ; Thenca K. alonglhe na (tatweaan liantid Uoovera land, and land owoad by Hannah nud Catharine roiitato Ihe N. K. (ton nr of afilion 16, I ft" rode; Ttinr H. one rod; theure W.tMrftUa) wilhea'd flret Ima lflft rode to t lift helf aat'tion lino; Tha no N. on iiud lina ana rod to the plm-a or iaginniiig ron ftining one mtre mora or laaa. 4lh. Tha following premiawa iu Moutgoinvry viun ly, tlhio, lo-wit: Ftvrt of Hautiona Uandll, Town itanga o, r,. iiauinning at tn n, w. corner ol 8po Mi Thnntis N. M" K. U notuft to the rivarHtlll wair at low.watr mark ; them? up Mid river N. 4 p.. xn noica u kihh Mi low wrtiar mars j menoa n. Hi K. 6'J polo n tt link h to a attkkf at low waur mirk ; thvtma N. lM-" a. k olaa 0 linke to ft aiaka at low wiitor mark ; thanoe N. 4 K. Ii iolaa oua lluk U ft Mlaka at low waicr mark , thonca ft Btt W 4U polaa U ft atako in th fiHdiou hue; thaooal. 4 VI polaa on naidhna to tha (ilaow ol IteginnlnK ftnntaiuiug Ktt MTfi and b5 u l-lJ(i pnhaa mora or iaa. i'ti. 1 na roiiowing prtnmaa, naacnocd inadad hitod July 1hm aa lying and batug in Alloa oaunty. Dhio, to wit: The Month mat quart r of tb north weat ifuartar o( Hfctiou 94. Town t, aoutb of H inge 7,ooiiHiuin 4 acroa mora or loaa. Tha awd Joeauti Kttni wdl apply for an ordar that dower way be fomiynM and rtltion mad of aid prerniaaa, at Uia novotTttNnr Tar in of aaid Utiparior Court, I'Hiou nepi. vnn, ibu . , fKk mi dtwAwaw I Hoe. P. Tnumi, AttoVnay. IN PAHIITION. LEGAL NOTICK. tO Haarann Young, who reatdei la tha State e Iowa; Wllaon Surouiry and Am ah a Hoioirirv. W illiam Young and Varan Young, John Young, and Klvina Yountf. who ranide ib tha HUta mt Ind aaa. and Jpaaaa Young, whoia plant) of raaidanca ia nn- anowni v uiiftm nrignii aroiina 'tayivr ane nr. I ii) lor who reaid in tbe UUtaof Kantyoky. kouara hirahy notitlvd that laaao lAfavar and StmiiiKiu Null, Kxacutore 'of tha laat will and t ata- mont ot Irftvid Young, danvwead, oft the dar ol Ortotwr, A. 1. 1K4, tfiod thair pa tHI on In the rrabala Court within aud for tha County of Montuoiwrv and Htate of Ohio, allaging that thi perianal aatatft of aaid drcedont ia laaurnclant to pay hia df hta and the churgea ol alunniitaring hia fMiato ; that ha dlod mivhi in a aimpia o ma louowing aefoniMtd real aatftt aitunta lo aaid County ; lo-wit : 'Kiiteao aorvi of land taken oil tha aoulh ald of tha farm ewnad by tha brim o, Xayd Voung, di-oa aad, mtitattd in bao tion Town 2. Kniiua M. K. 8 -KlNunlad a fol low n : Hcgiouing at ft aUma, on the oan! linn of aaid Ban. tion. the aoulh ea.t oornwr of aaid tarm : thanrva north. on tha cmI Hn of aaid aactl n I 74 cliaina to a too ; Ihriifu n, 7& w. XT nj ohftlna to tlionUa of tha Tiirauike Koad : thenca. aouth natwardlv. with ih outre of anid Hoad, bftn hwno to tha aomti weht oor nar of aaid wrni ; them-a, on the una bctwean Young and Laittver, N 7 E. 90 eft chain to the placa of beginning, containing n tn ftcrei or .and. That Kuth young, na widow 01 aaid daradenl, laantitlad lo dower iu aaid premlaea, and that Uaorge Long atrpth and Kliaa'aih Longnrtfth, Wllaon Kt'roggy and Amelia Hcroggy, William Bright, tha unknown heira of JaMM a Young, de 'eaawl, on of Ihe he(rn at law of Uavid Voung, droaaaed, John Matlura and Klvina Mai'lura, Wii lata Yuiing and naroh Young, John Younvand Klvtna Young, William Waller aad Martha Li. Welir, I'aaraou Toting, tiaorge Uar). JoMfith H. Bara, and Mary Jana Haara, l.ydia Carolina Yonng, Loin A. Nutt and Hiiniiaon Null, David M. Yonnu. Jiuiifa B. Young, Eliu Uilrn Young, aa tha heira ot (aw of aaid Lav d Young, daooaaad, hold Ilia nxt aatau of inhrriiauo the? rain. Ihe prayer of aaid tot tion ta for (ha aaaignmant of d war, to aaid Ruin Young, and 'orthaaala of aaid pramieoa, auhjaot to tui-h uowaraDtAt, and ftir tha payment of tha dabta and otiargea afortaid. 8aid petition will ba 'or hearing on tha lal day of Noainir, A. L. I so i or aa avoa lhrattr aa counatjloan ba heard. 1HA AO LA FRYER. blMPSON MITT. Ktrtruloraof tha Iml will aud trautuiaut m( liavid Young, ilfii il, J. H. lworr, Att'y ror KxtMiutom, Oot..hr lMth, UU4. tfCtav wAi PETITION FOR PARTITION fttincrinr Court ontgomery county, Ohio. I.rvi h. Hniiora aud Auitthft Ann Baaora auaiuat Hmmiel RfidHhattar, Kltuttmth Hooliierahma, Amelia Ann Rodahi'ttfr, Kllan Kodahatlor, Frunk Ho U bettor, t hriHl4n KodaliBttr,Haniutl H. Kodahet1ir, Huaauua Koilahftlor, Iaviua Ketrow, William lUnrv lloiiatir. Hamnel IB. Hounr, Harah lnabvllft Biutro, of U10 Hutt of Ohio and f.liMrioth Im:krr, cud lanft iJwkwr, her bimUad of tha Htat of ludiana, defaud aula. rilllaaltova namad daf.ftdanta, and aMwiallv Khu- 1. bfth iMv'k?r and Jpuuu; uet-kor her huMand, oi tha Htata ol Indiana, will take notMe that a petition uan oe 11 niru avaium iiibiii iu mm rnparior tHiun o MiiDlcomt-rv county Ohio, hy tha lioa ftatnad plain tlH, praying for a partition of the following dte.:rtbd piaiiiiHcn aiturtU in Jankaoa town hip, Montgoiuary ooiiulv. Ohio. bhiiuc town 101a nnmoeren ana numiva anu wn 1 one huntrdandalayaii(111), on hundred aadtwelvo (liU), ore huftdred aud thirWa (llj),ona bundifd and fouruwtn (1 14), one hundred aad ltftaa (H5, m the invurimratad village of Karnmraviiie, alrto tlw rcatdua of tnnd owned by Henry Bouaor, in hialii time, aituatd In auftion twanty-avveft (i7), town four (4), ranua four caat ; c nuuuing two acraa and nig hiimlrtHj and twaulv poivhae : alNO tha laud owned Jv thai4aid Htnry HoumhT1 in hia hfatime, iituatadin the aouthweut q larter, of aec'ion twenty one town lour (4), range four (4). ae-t, deK!nled an follow, twginnmg hi 1 bp aftuiiiwuai corner 01 aaiu tract 01 umtt and running iot avouty-thre (73i rod a, lo tho centra of thi OurmMiitown anu Weat Alexandria turn pike road, tltancMnorthweat with aaid road one huudrml aud (111) rod and elvn (ll ft ; Ihanca aouth aighty-tttraa rod t tha place of licgiutung conUuuinn niiiflrHu (10) acraa mora or loan, and that at tha u?l Urin of tha aaid Court, aaid Ii. K. Haaore aud Amwlia Abu PaMore, hia wile, will apply for aa vrdor tbU pan 11 ion mar oa ma'if 01 aaiu prMmiafB. leted Auguatih UU4. LIVI K. BAttoBK. K. TaoMPtoa, Atl'y. auJ0 wbw SllKHlI'F'H BALK. Of avuluahle Yann iu Jaakaon towmhip, ITredariak Cook, at. al. ) No. U7 va. y Montgomery Oonuty Valentino Htlver, ei. al. 1 Mupanor Court. BY virtue of and In obdiunie to tha 00 mm and ot an ordar of ale made by tha- Superior Court of nonigumHry noany, uio, 1 wiuoiMr a I'uiihe. rale on tha pramiaeMi about two milaa at of Par ware Title, oft FRIDAY, November lHth, I8C4, At 10 oYluuk A.M. ofaaid day. tha following tla 'ohba4 raai aatata to wit 1 BituaUid In and baing tun North part of tha Mouth Kant quarter of taction twinty-thra (21 , Towuahip four (4), in tb Town hip of Ja kaon, County of Montgomery aud blmtft of Olua, oontaiaiug one hundtaU aud forty-two and one ttfih acre. Anuraiaad at tW Ufl nar acre and ikanuoi aall hn- ! thatiH of tha above apriaianteut. Tarma H.iaab, H ' year, and Ih hattano In two yaara from the day of aala. '1 ba data ad pay manta lo boar per oani. tntaraat, and U ba aaowrad hy mortgage ea lha nramiaca eSKORUK WOMAMAM.NharitT. - K. TaoeraoM, Att'y, ooll7-ww JOHN M. RNNIS, Italntifl agmlnat Obarloe Buteher, Administrator of Henry . tlagerman, dea'd, ba -fora Jaiuaa Turner, J, p. of Dayton townahiu, Mont gomory County, Oluo. On the auth day of Vaptam- utr, a. v. Iaii4, aaiu Juatioa laauad an oruar 01 anaou niant to tha auov notion for thn aunt of fiva bol laxa and tutaroat. Trial a4 lor Moveuibar 17, lk04, al olock P. M. ote-ww JAMW TvHMI, J. p. Medical. a .-- t. i fVHKA Cougaa Cold-, Hera Throat, Aihn.n, an j OonaumpUon. It ia only mv aaaarv for aiy one troabled with Ihoea complaint lo try oati l-otitn ( Strickland" t NtlliflumtB (bujjh Baham to convince Urnm that It ta flia brat prapamtion avi r nxl. It not only finraa tha atwra aHftiona o tha Throat and l.iinga, but It mra Ntghl kwiiit and HifHng of HI 'or and t an axuallenl gargle for any kind oi More Throat. It ia p!naiai)i to tuVf, and r a at a mad tenia or infnnta 1'rica tlA Cent pr I'ftMn. oraal by druggmta ganarally. mli TJ1VERYBOHY la Imtng cured ol tkn diatri'atttg Vj diacaa by the na of Dr. Strickland: a Pile Rtwedy, Rad what thoaa any who hara uard it: Mr. Otarlaa W. I.aud. Situ, nf I ntiitulU an.l if 1 P HaMarda,thnc4niau.ti.a both wframir-dallnr umku on pot of lr. 8tn kland'a Til kemrdy. 'lh y oat they have triad everything but could obiidn no rvliH, Mia una rut ui ntriuKianu a rue HCtnixty cl'trtrd a parfeolourft afUr aaejrinw lor many vrare wilh H.. woratkmd of Pilae. Tby rcnouunobd every ma who ia tattering lo tty 11. aa ior Dr. Strickland t File Remedy. Bold hv all drutTtriBtj, f". ! imi u iu...i . No. e Kaat Pnurth at, Cincinnati, ()." mli AMI FLUX. Strickland" 1 Anti-Chalera Mixture. !H a compoftiUnD of sstriiienta, sltrl-mr. slimu- Isnls tuij CHrimnntives, H)iith vri, t,j m, ht . linwlmlrs is Ihr only prtpjti. n hoi ttr, i a urrmsm-iil dure or Lisrrhs nd I'y.i.tr-. Thi Anli Chlrs Misturs ts now in u.f, in sott i.r wit sunv hospitals liril gives tn swtlrM nt.n. fl has ssvud ths livssof tlioiisniKls of r.ur aoliliers slid otUaaus, snil wa will KUn.nlr. il l (. (hp N.I nnir dy la iht world ror Inarrlirs snd Iiysi-nKrv . nwua.ui i.uTinginn, iwy., will I nmut Phi.i V to SRllslT SQV ona as to In virtnn nl HI,,. Ll.,.l. . ..,.. Chokra Miilur; Infivt w lmi s groat uumiirl ' . ". riHiiK wnu iirvo i,n i-ur,d iiili-i boinii uronounrod in nrl.l lv th.. ..i.r........ trior ulnng only out Imttle of Kiriosisiid's Ami ( ih,i rtMlttu. If vnusuRcr with Iil.rrlxs and I vm-n Mrytry oneliottl. n,n ONLY OKNITIIYK HAIR RESTORER r UIHEA8K8 OK TDK K OA 1.1 rpHK skill of thrni,lll fsi-ully t krHi na dli-rnn.--JL ol Iba soli ha,iu majnmyor tstss, l.fel Ih I by tim, His most pKlil-sr ilivesrri.t iu-in it io frtirio. It is uotlo h wonileril st, hm n u iitiu, i, - sillily, ilmiu r Mtli nnd r-srolnl Imi .Utnl,, t, i tlio osmirs wlili-h pioiliiK- iho lii.tnn-. I i.li,-. ti,e isus is disvovf r.l, it Is n utlfr lliipi.tslliilily tw rsd Shu, ihs tliBosMA nnd tlt-cl h ciuiMunt vut i-. Diss of Iho soslp Lave l-r-n inouoiiui i d iim jiihIiU " by torn of ih naoaliniutil plivsa'isns. 1 imtr d. vola TEAK! Ulr I'I'l llY To this aaoultir part of th huoisu frnaia, sod I nm BIlUhAod tlist 1 ptlHKSS TIIH ONLY RKilKIIV Sofarta known, Hist would ptmisni-nily ,n '.--r, nos losilisoiiit dis:uss nl (lie nouI i. tii.T KUKUM, hUAl.li UKAIi, And other cutaneous difcensos, nnd ronton- l e l:,u i.: . those who have become. Isdil. To tiisk. good tile ssserlion, I Hill fortou FIVE IWNVRF.D DO LI. A A'S If I rati to euro the wor.t ostir-s ol ihimflvd soslpH I tbe lousert stttudin wilh tbe ONLY OKNUIBIH It A 1 Ii K tc tlTOR fell . Head tbs follOHinv: (VetfimwiKU a Hi ,. Mil ii otiW ) .... n. i.sl, Itiv ,. Psor. Dslll Kti Tw IM ,o my rcHip l,i dlsestHd,lilid illy Lli.l vtnMittni-i d to IhII out w I V tnn Tee disi'iine upri-ud iiubU my si-Hlfi iMH v-o ti n:i llj sore. It liei-Htne vry (.Hltiluli mv rent st n ) if hi wnw lirok-iii Ihe lnnnnpii'd tti-liiii t-t-r-! Hi.n sn ni iiup. ponsl.lo: I woui.i uppiy rrm.ily n-nr iimrdr, tut only monientery reli.f. I ronkiilti-d svti-iiiI i'Iiim. I'tstis ol line fily. 1 wi i - H t,y 11,,-tii ihm dlnesnowith Mini I. i, . , . I,, i. II. . totl ess In- l-i II Kh imi, aud Ihsl lliry i-i.iilu not henetit me. I your advorMsvitient slid eeneluded to ronf-ult you. Vou sei-ured ire thst you would erudirste llie ili.eHi, And resiore my bsir, wluol. hnd tieuome vetv thin. Willi that as onnce 1 ulsued myaelt in yojtr hsnils and llie results sro, 1 I vt- a luiurlaiit i.mi i. hail my ei-alp Is Drl.lly wtll, and iny bavr has iesi d I-' bill out. Keapoel iilly yours, Mas Has.H Ui.ulu, Mo. 1)7 S9UII1 toul sUet. It Ih a laol sokunwlediied by aU ho ba.e u,l US a Usir Keslorer, and their name 1 Ia'iod, Uet it M TH B ONLY PKkU'AKA'UUN Thai would enc.-lually and pennaneiitly restore tlit beirof Ihoaewboare Istld.and prevent 1 UK hair rttuM kai.i.inu orr. The Itriie and rapidly Increasing sale al Hratoraliv ta the stroiiKu.t eridenue of the uiaullold lieiirltls 11 is oonferring upon Tuy human rAMii.y. The MinNdeace of the public has boon obtained, and the) all unite in suetutiu to Us in ritaud vsat supeil 1 only OVKR A IX I'REPABATIOK Kverinlrhdurcd. 1 do not recomnu v I wiy pre. ara tiontooause hair to srow sia ievt kf tiePI aa inuuy mouths, aa it las simple iniiios.iVtuly, and lolally 111. eouaiaUiut with the laws of feuiurr. To Ihoae whoaio sbepuoal or uiuleduloua, I .iU uiake a bout hdo olhrr : 1 will forfeit l.MOO (On Thousand I lyllsrs) If I kill to cure Iho ni, uaaes of parllsl bHluueaa, under titleeu year alsuilj. '"'THK Osll.T UtN INK HAIR IlKKWKKH. Tbla wemlerfal remedy la sold by diMMila S' i'r- ir iruiiu iiuuuuitiT hah not ir kNi KoK IT. M B. tlures suaranteed In efry eeae wtixrr the dl reijlioua for 1 ae are impluMlly olieyvd. WFrioe, II per boille, or sis l-ollli-s fort'.. I'Kor II. A. lK. MI'NN. Hole Troprietor, Mo. su OrHngo ti-t, fflSdlv Allianv. V V.. ik FJtKL). SCIIWAHT,I liutehor, Hfaill No. UU, atlUTU HI DR OK TUK M1KHIT Htll'.SK. , Kef (it italuadtlitt BettQualHjr or Meals. I luaalS lin KKHllN fcK.SlBllim r 'HAV J tin itii-ir III I'UMt TOXEn (AI1KIVI.I.V tli.l iiert'eotlv, will pli-sae lesvo oriUtk i,t ItM'IKIf 1 1UI.U I'AINK HiluK ANIi i'AI'KIt b'lUIIK, turner of Third and Metei aires la. i u J. HUKUKKKT. I'll I - ausmuu mails selling our 7..UU UainpaiKii Medals, with perteol likiiri a f ail the eauilidales. Alao, aplnulid tiiettnl of lii-ne-ralUranl. rrue, till per hue ired, lo AkciiIs. Just the Uleinesa for dieuharjied or diaal-letl eol.jiera to entjase i. temple sent on receiiil ol nreitN. Ad I ' W. K. I.AM'IIKAH, I eei!lT-lf t'uutfiinai, Ohio. riRRlt KKOl'UH'T Katate. rOTI(IR is hen-by given, thst the llndf rallied has JV been duly ftpiMiinled and giialthvd aa executor if tbe laat Wlli and UuiLainaul of ITu.ll ku..ul. I., ml MoDtuemerv oowtily yhlo, Ue'teved. I JjJ."' mt- KOHT ATstd.