[From the Marion Democrat.
An dy Johkson 1 Praise Ms name I
By every act he show us,
That he's resolved, through weal and woe
To be tho white man's Moses.
Then let us change the good old words
Of Yankee Doodle Dandy,
In honor of old Tennessee,
To Yankee Doodle An dt I
The Congress would destroy us all.
If none our rights should see to,
But Andy "at the other end"
Stands ready with his veto!
Then change for once the good old
Of Yankee Doodle Dandy,
In honor of brave Tennessee,
To Dixie Doodle Andy.
Our nnnals boast of many men,
Grcat-mlndcd and pure-hearted,
But there is not a brighter name
Among the great departed,
Than this for whom we chango the
Of Yankee Doodle Dandy
The Hon heart of Tennessee
Stern-minded, lenrless Andy!
In riilhidelphla lately met
By Andy's wise direction
The greatest, purest, noblest men
Thtit live in either section.
The Bay and the Palmetto States
Walked arm in arm quite handy,
And voices joined in deafening cheers
For Patriotic Andy.
The North and South, apart so long,
Joined hauds like friends at meeting,
And "Uxiox lost Restored once
Sent forth as words of greeting.
And then the band struck up the nil
Of Yankee Doodle Dandy,
But every heart kept time lu words
To Tennessee's brave Andy.
Old Wade was frothing at the mouth,
And eunuch Sumner swearing,
And syphilitic Morton stood
His nether garment tearing;
And cloven-footed, brimstone Thad,
Hit vengeance fed with brandy,
To see lost Union thus restored
By llou-hearted Andy !
But all that's good, and wise and pure,
Hailed this auspicious meeting,
Which, jubilant with patriot joy,
To all the world Dent greeting :
"The Jacobins beneath our feet
'We'll trample down quite handy,
"And crown with bays and laurels
"The Teuncssecan Andy !"
ANDY. From Frankfort--Official Vote of
ANDY. From Frankfort--Official Vote of the State Declared--Duvall's
ANDY. From Frankfort--Official Vote of the State Declared--Duvall's Majority, 37,944--Two Counties
Not Reported, and Three Counties
[Special Dispatch to the Lousville Courier.]
FRANKFORT, September 3—P. M.
.This being the day fixed by law,
the yote of the counties were ex
amined, and resulted as follows:
Tor Da vail 95 .H7
Duvall majority f 37,944
From two counties, Letcher and
Ferry, no returns were received.
The votes from the counties of
Monroe, Rowan and Breathitt
were thrown out on account of in
formalities in returns. Monroe
County gave Duvall 294 and Hob
son 767 votes. Rowan gave Du
vail 152 and Hobson 250. Breathitt
gave Duvall 270 and Hobson 288.
"Watchman! what of the Night?"
If the radicals can view without
alarm the withdrawal from their
ranksof many of their most prom
inent leaders, in the Republican
party, they cannot do so without
mortification. They cannot say
that they are not seriously alarmed,
here at home, when the chairman
of the Republican County Central
Committee, Capt. W. M. Bowen,
together with such prominent Re
publicans as Gotleib Sporleder,
John W. Work, Frank Allen, Lu
ther Bort, J. H. M. Houston, and a
host of others we could name, be
come active supporters of Presi
dent Johnson we say that when
men holding positions in a politi
cal party, which charge them with
its organization and the direction
of its machinery, withdraw from it,
it is evidence of a wide-spread dis
affection m its ranks. Peace and
Union is what these men want.
Peace and Union is what the Rad
icals do not want hence they
have sought every means in their
power to prevent a restoration of
the Union, and evince by their
conduct a determination to ruin
the country. But, thanks to an
over-ruling Providenca and the
wisdom and patriotism of Presi-j
Cent Johnson, the day is beginning
to break, and streaks of light are
shooting up ail around the politi
cal horizon. The dark clouds of
anarchy and error and outrage up
on the rights and liberties of the
people are being rapidly dispelled
by the light of truth and expert
ence? and the signs of the times
all give hopeful indication that the
day is near at hand when we Bhall
again be able to bask in the full
meridian splendor of a regenerated,
rejuvenated and glorious Union.
We, therefore, say to our friends
everywhere, be of good courage;
the night is far spent, and the bril
liant sunlight of peace, happiness
and prosperity is very near at hand
even at our doors. The conser
vative people throughout the
length and breadth of the Repub
lic are moving forward in a 6olid
column, and keeping step to the
music ot the Union. They are de
termined to purge the hallowed
temple of ireedom ot the foul pres
ence of the money changers, and
reinstate the government as it ex
isted in the halycon days of Wash
ington and Jefferson and Jackson.
Courage, therefore, friends. Strike
boldly for liberty and Union.
They are one and inseparable.
Let these be your watchwords, and
let your battle-cry be the Union
and the Constitution, now and for
New Bounty Bill and Pensions,
As passed by Congress Julv 37, 1866.
gives tlOO additional bounty.
10 every nonoraoiy uiscnarged soldier
who enlisted in the armr of the United
Sietes since April 19. 1861. for three rears.
tnd served his term o' enlistment and who
has received or was entitled to rrcievo but
Is 100 bounty.
To every such soldier who has been dis
charged on occount of wounds received in
the liuo of duty before his term of enlist
To the widow, minor children or parents
ii, the ordfr named, of iny such soldier who
died while In the service or from vjunds
received or disease contracted while in the
service of the United States.
950 ADD1TONAT. B3UITT.
To all honorably discharged soldiers who
have served two years under one enlistment
and wno Dave received bur 8 100 bounty.
AH INCREASE PENSION
Has also been granted by a recent law
To widows of soldiers h i have died In
the army, or to the children if the widow
has died or re-married--83 per month for
eacn ciwu uuuer 10 years 01 age.
To soldiers who have lost a loot or a hand
or been disabled equal to the lues of a hand
01 loot, Bio per month.
THE EI MONTH' EXTRA PAT
Has been granted every officer who was in
commission March 3d. 1S65, and resigned
or was honorably discharged after April 9.
looo, wium ia promptly couecteu oy
E. A. BRATTON,
Authorized Military Claim-Agent,
Aug. 16, If.
THOMAS MANN and Elliabeth Burgess, of
i- .In the Stata of New York, Sarah
wademan, lemperance Hoover, Charlotte
Jackson, the hoirs at law of Mercy Hoover
names unanown or toe state or J'ennsylvenia,
Sena Hoover, of the connty f Perry, In the
State of Ohio, the heira at law of Ablah and
A Dram Decker, or the connty of Deleware and
State of Ohio, and Jeremiah Mann of the State
of Imliana.will take notice that Margro Mann
of the connty of Vinton and Stata of Ohio, did
on the 13th day of AoguBt, a d 1S68, file her
pennon in me uourt or common I'leaa wllhin
and for the countv of Vinton, in nid Blata ol
Ohio, against the aald Thomas Mann, Elizabeth
Barges, Sarah Wademan, femparanoe Hoo
ver, CbarloUa Jackson, the heira at law of
Nancy Hoover, names unknown, Sena Hoover
the heirs a law of Abiah and Abiam Decker,
ana Jeremiah Mann, the beir at law or the said
Cyrus Mann, defendants, sotting forth that one
uyrus Mann, died seized of the following de
scribed real estate, to-wit: About eighty 80
aces more or let lying and being in the said
connty or Vinton and Slate or Ohio, and de
scribed as beinir the southeast aaarter of the
northwest quarter and the northeart quarter of
mo soninwce-: quarter or section number 21 J
twenty-one, of town number 10 ten of range
number 171 seventeen, tbat one William Cat
lin administrator of the eatafe of the said Cy
rus Mann, pursuance, to an order of said Court
aold said landi to pay debt againat aald estate,
nu Biwumi aeea mereior 10 uar.101 van
tyle, the purchaser, which said deed waa de
lective.that said Daniel Vantyle afterwards
iiiea, ana maisaic lands descended to Kanbel
Bhull and Elizabeth Kelly and that aba said Ra
chel Shull and Elizabeth Kelly conveyed said
lunis to the said Margaret Mann, by deed of
nun ciaim. ana praying that the said dofen
donta be ordered (o execute a food and suffi
cient deed or deeds to the aald Margaret Mann
for aaid lauds and In default thereof tbat the
order of the said Court In the premises operate
ua buuu uceu or ueecis,
Aug. 18, uSw by D B Shivel, her att'y.
RICHARD CO ALTER whoso place of resl
dente is unknown Is hereby notified tbat
Phehft Pnnl'Ar AiA An tY Mth A.-m nt A
a i 1S66, file her petition in the offloe of the
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas witnin
and for the county of Vinton, and (State of
Ohio, charging that be'.has been wilfully absent
from hor for more thar.Jthree yeara last past,
010., ana b.iki iff.mai ttne may be divorced from
the said Richard Coal tor and that the custody of
thoir flllilrl. Almnvv Ajroj.A a li J .k. k.
, j , uwv.wv. w MUl, IUU .u, 13
restored to her former name, Phebe Dailoy,
wuico peuuon ,w' auna rer Hearing at the
next term of aaid Court.
by Joseph J. McDowell hor att'y.
Auju.tll, 18. augl6wt
WILLIAM A. STEEL, whom, place of reei
denoe is noknown, is hereby notified that
Elizabeth K. Steel, did on the list dav of An.
gurt a d Itot, file her petitior In the office of tht
clerk of thi Court or Comma Pleas, within
and for the county of Vinton and State f Ohio,
charging the said William A. Steel, with adul
torv with ono Luanna Livingstone, and asking
that she may be divorced from the said William
A. Steal, and that the custody of ihelr children
may be decreed to her and for other relief,
whioh petition will be for hsarinj rt the next
lorm or earn Uonrt.
ELIZABETH K. RTTKT..
Aufl. at. 'M-W6 by J J. McDowell her alty.
Notice. M. & C. R. R., TIME TABLE.
FROM and alter Sunday the 10th day of June
1300. Traina will leava Ktmtinna n.n.J
8 23 a in
1 17 p m
2 30 pm
2 52 pin
3 13 pm
6 45 p m
12 35 a m
5 10 a m
6 28 a m
6 41 a m
7 01 a a
10 43 a ni
6 40 a m
10 10 a m
10 33 a m
10 45 a m
12 23 pm
6 00 pm
7 05 pm
11 06 pm
11 31 p m
11 42 pm
1 20 a m
5 65 a m
THE Board of Sohool Examiners ol Vinton
Connty will hold bat one meeting in each of
the snmmar months, vis: upon the first S.tur-
,n JoM: J7 nd A-ognet. Meetings at
Unioe School Douse, McArthnr.
jnne7rn5 J. J. MoDOWELL, Clerk.
CmUst Itdkal Crahr
knar ft tot te
t wot sumps.
Prof, EGBERT 'JACKSON, BOBERT- TIER-
BERT. M.D..Dr EUGENE VKLl KAU, Jr.
The National Ditpeneary, ettablithed 1859.
SIX yeara of nniivalled sucooee in the ear of
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t'URSXOP MODERN a. ANHOOD.
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one shallow pretenders of the dsy, with thoir
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ly styled peilectiou itself. Useful as nave
been the various sewing machines, from
time to time presented to the public, each
onebf them has been cursed with some
radical defect, which detracts from general
utility. Warned by the experience of his
predecessors, the inventor of the Empire
Machine has produced an instrument, com
bining all the advantages for which others
are vaunted, snd obviating every defect
which can be attributed to them by the
most fastidious critic
The Empir Macnine is a marvellous com
bination of simplicity, economy and perfect
workmanship, being durable, free froma It
bility to get out of order, noiseles), and ea
sy of operation. Its mechanical contii
vance is such as to secure stability, free
dom from accident, and ' accuracy ss to
workmanship. By the ue of the patented
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stitch, which can neither rip nor ravel
while, at the same time, it can operate
perfectly upon every species of material
from losther to csmbric, with thieads of
cotton, linen or silk, fiora the finest to the
As the Empire Machine Is ersdually
supplanting its more antique rivals, no
one in want or a more uselul lestrumenl
of this description, be he or she tailor,
coachmaker, dressmaker or seamstress, can
dn otherwise than seeute of these econom
ical and inimitable machines, suited alike
for family and manufacturing purposes.
The office of the Empire Manufacturing
Co. is at No. &36 Broadway, New York
City, where they are now supplying thes
Empire Machines at piices lar below the
real value of the insttuuients. New Yoik
November 30 1865-ly
Umpire Shuttle Machine.
Salesroom, 636 Broadway A. Y. 250
Washington SI. Boston. 921 Chestnut St..
J MUS MACHINE. Isconstructcd on entiroly
. now principles of mochanlam, possessing
many rare and valuablo improvements, having
oeen examined by the most profound oxpoits,
and pronounced to be
SIMPLICITY AND PERFECTION
It has a straight needle, porpondictilar scllor,
makes the "Lock or Shuttle Stich,' which will
Neither Kip nor Kavkl. and la aliko on both
pities; performs porfaoi sewing on ovory de rip
tion of material, from Leather to the flnentNan
sook Musline, with cotton, linen or silk thread,
from the coarsest to the Boost number.
Having noithor Cah nor Coo Wmii, and the
loast possible friction, it runs si smooth as
glass, audi emphatically a ,
I' requires FirTT fib cent, tsss rowxa to
drive it then any other machine In the market,
a girl eleven yours of age can work it steadily,
without fatigue or injury to health.
Its strength and woKninrni. siiiflioitt ef
construction, renders it almost impossible tr
get out of order, and is ovamumteo by the
company to give entire satisfaction.
We respectfullv invite all those who may de
sire to aupply themselves ftith a superior arti
cle to come and examine this ONBiviLLko Ma
chine. One half hours instrnctlon is sufficient, t.
enable any person to work this machine tt
BELioiousand Ciiaritablk institutions will
be liberally dealt with
Aoints Wanted for all towns In the United
States where Agents are not already establisher!
Also, for Cu'jb. Mexico, Central and South
America, to whom a liberal discount will be
No consignments made at all. Address
Empire Sewing Machine Mi'g
a. ao. BROADWAY N,Y;
Principle Agencies Established: riftabtirg;
Ernest Astnelm Baltimore, Thos. Shanks.
Wheolin;, W. Va. W. I): Sawkell Br. Cii
clnnati, 0. Mather & Wilson
November 80th 1365 lyr
Grovesteen & Co.,
400 Broadway, IXcw York.
The attention of the Public and the trade
is invited loour Ne Scale 7 OCTAVE
ROSE WOOD PIANO FORTES, which
for volume snd purity of tone are unrivall
ed, by any hitherto fibered in this market.
They contain all the modern improvements
French, Grund Action, Harp Pedal, Iron
Frame overstrung Bass etc. and each instru
ment being made the personal supervision
of Mr. J. H. Grovesteen who has has a
practical experience of over 31 years in their
manufacture is fully warranted in every par
Tho ''Groveeteen Piano Fortes" ns
ceived the award of merit over all
others at the celebrated Worlds
Where were exhibited instruments from
the best makers of London, Paris. Germany
Philadelphia. Baltimore. Boston and New
York: and also at the American Instutute
for Ave successive years, the gold and silver
medals from both of which can be seen at
By the interonuclion of Improvements we
make a still more perfect Piano Forte, and
by manufacturing largely, with a strictly
cash system, are enabled to, offer these in
struments at a price which will preclude all
Pbice-No. 1, Seven Octave, round corners
Koiewood plain case $275.
No. 3, Seven Octave, round corner,
Rosewood heavy 'moulding $300
No. 3, Seven Octave round corners
Kosenood Louis XI V stvle 8325-
Terras: Net Cnsh In Ciirren Ennds,
D&iSUttjrTIVE CIRCULARS SENT
Dec.7th 1865 lyr . A.itc,
HA 8 cured thousands of the vorst osssa ef
Blind and Bleedinff Piles. t
It gives immediate relief, and effect a perma
nent cure. Try it directly. t warranted to
curs; ror sale bv all Dmirrists at MoenUper
bottle. ' ' '
Jsnnary IsyjiM. lj. ' ' '- ''
II 'E L M B'O'L D'S'
1 1 ' "
" " HELMB OLD'S BUCHU. : "
' HELM HOLD'S BUCH17.
HELMB OLD'S BUCHU. ' -. .",
The Only Known Remedy
IRRITATION OF THE NECK;0F THE
BLADDER, INFLAMMATION OF
THE KIDNEYS. CATARRH OF
THE BLADDER, STKAN.
GUARY OR PAINFUL
' . . :.
r ' . . ' '
FOR these disossca l'.Is truly a aoveref irn rem
edy, and loo much can not be Mid Id it
firaiae.. A single dosehaa been known te re
ieve the mos' urgent symtoma.
Are yon troubled with that distressing pain ta
,he small of the back and through the hips I A
teaspoonful a itj ot Uulmbold's Buchu will re
PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS
I make no secret ef iogrodieB'a. riolmbold.'a
Extract Buchu ia composed of Buehtt Cubebe,
and Juniper Berries, eolocted with great care,
preparod In vacuo and according to rules of
PIIARMACY AND CI1EMISTRV
TlioMi Ingredient are known as tho most val
uable Diuretics !uuordod
lit that which acta upon tho kidneys
DELMBCD'S EXTRACT BMJ
Is ploAHnnt In taste and odor, froe fiom aH Inju
rious properties, and immodiute ia Ua action.
FOB TH1 SATISFACTION Of ALfc,
Soe ModKul prnporlics contained In DiepeniA
toiy of the U. S.,of which the following Is a cor
rect ccpy :
'Buchu. Its odor is strong, diffusive, and
somewhat aromatic, Its taBU bittorisli and anal
ogous t) that of mint. It is given, choifly in
complaints of the Urinary Organs, such a
Gravol, Chronio Catarrh of Die bndderend
Urethra; Disensos of tho prostrate: and Reten
tion or (be Incontinence of Urine, from a loss
of tone in the parts concerned in itsevovuation.
It haa also been recommended in Dyspepsia,
Chronic Khenmatlum, CuUneus affections, and
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Pee Professor Deweoa' valuable wsrk aa rh
practice of physio.
Bee the remarks made by th celebrated Dr.
rhysic, of Philadelphia.
bee ary and all standard works oa llediclae,
IX THE WORLD.
I am acquainted with II. T. Holrabald ; he
occupied the drug store opposite my realdenot,
and was succossful in conducting th business
where others had not been equally so befota
him. I have been fuvorably Impressed with his
character and enterprise.
(Firm of Powore& Welghtmen,)
Ninth and Brown St., Phils.
From the Phila. Even'g Bulletin, March lOlh.J
We are gratified to hear of th continued su.
ces In New York, of our townsman, Mr. II, T.
Holmbold, Druggists. Ilia store, noxt toth
Metropolitan liutel, is 23 feet front, 330 feet
deep, and five stories in height. It la certainly
a grand establishment, and speaks favorably of
the morlla of his articles. He returns his offloe
and laboratory to this city, which are also model
establishments of thoir class.
- Tho proprietor has boon induced to make this
statement from the fact that bis remcdio, al
though advertised, are
Ar.d knowing that th Intelligent refralo
from using anything pertaining to quackery or
the Patent Aledicino order mosf or whioh r
prepared by eelf-sfyled Doctors, who are to t
norant to re id a physician's simplest proscrip
tion, mnch less competent to prtpai pfaarma
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to various means of effecting sails, suoh a cop
ying parts of advertisements of popular rem
edies, and finish'ng with certificates.
Tht Science of Medicine stands simple, BV,.
and majestic, having fact for its basia, indvCn
foi its pillar, truth alone for its capitl.
A WORLD OF CAUTION
niilth la moat important, and the tt'fficted
should not us an advertised medicino, or tnjr
remedy, unless its contents or ingredients are
Known 10 omors ocswe tne mannractnror, or
until they are satisfied of the qnalificaliourtf
the party so offering.
, GENUINE PREPARATIONS
FLUID EXTRACT BUBHU, . u
FLUID EXTRACT SARSPilKILLA
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH-
' ' ' ' , I : ' ... 1
Establsbed upwards of 1 8 years. ' '
, Prepared by H.T. HELMBOLfy
PRINCIPLE. DEPOT. ,1
HELMB0LL'3 DRUG AND CIIEAIICAL
. WAREHOUSE, 594 Broadway, N.Y
And HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOX
104 South Tenth St. Philadelphia Pa. ,,-f
, r SOLD BYAlLDRUGo'isTS,,! -iK
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Nevembei 19, lgs Ty. ' ' i--
BLANKS of very. fiesripto. fcr sale
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