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Democratic State Ticket.
Alien G. Thnritimi, of r raiiMiu ;
Daniel S. t ill, ol Holmes
St ile i'rviii:!-.
C. I'lilUm, ol ( iuw Ion!;
John !Ue!;int of liuiler;
Frank M. Hunt, of !'uox;
Tlmmiis'M. Key, of Msiuillton;
Conitrih' f the I'm any.
Trillium SlierhPui, of Willianw;
.V'itU1' U"lrd '!''i'iV Vnrki.
Artlutr Hughes, of .'nynlinga.
Ti . f ,., ; i
liartian leelinj; at U ashington,
and which is in fact spreading all
ov-r. the country, niutcaies mat we
are on the evo of another revolu
tion. A mere lnoker-on at the sit
uation and examination of the tonei
of the statesmen and press of the
times, can come to no other con
clusion. The European impres
sion is emphutic on this matter.
The London Times puts it down as
a fixed tact of the future. Upon
this subject, we quote an article
from the Constitutional Union, the
r.rir'iri ul f '!' iilfl! t .rr.lnwr.ii -it
wLhinirton. w-Lifh show iho Lo
feeling that is being engendered.--
In anolhtr coluinn we give alsoan
excellent ariicie, uiioer tne neaa ol
'The State of the Country,'-" from
tne L manual) cuquiror, wnicn is
characteristic of the good sense uf
that pajier. The Constitutional
Union, of the lhth inst., suys ol
'If n.vi'-isiir . it- si rung arm and iron ;
hauil w il! I'c I'r ukcil to stuy the coiir-i' i-.n'i
prev'iif Hi- toii-iimiiiiilioii bf l.'aili--.il tn';'.
son. Tlit fpi'tit ti.it ti ol' tlie I'risidi iic to
Pii'Uvi ;iinl ili'li'ii'l tlie fotj.-tltnlioii will
:im lw fpr.!tt-M, mill liie rn!.. Is.-. n
t.iiu liim m ith lluir f!ii".rii'i nr.ijoiity .if tin
vntiiiur nuii"ii Nuiili mill' ."w.utli. i'l
Hut l'irgil hill). Kvti.l; 1j;ivi- :iliv;i.l
hroiijilir t!io f..tiv(Ti!iii'.'iU to t (: rrv vi-t tf.;
of :iii()t!:ir ''.'Vi'liilioii. II' Ji.f J!ii(.!f" ul ma-
jurlty In t.Kiiijn's- )in-.-in'.- its trc;isCiii!iM.' ;
o.nu-sc nimli luiigi'i-. tliir (.lovi-riinK'iit. in
oi-.li'rtu siisUtin it f. will lno o to :n in its '
siilijMirtei. At the fiill.iit' th("I'ivi.iviil,
ill lilt tni'iins, Xoili ami South, Mill tin:
ur in v ami inivv. v. in rcstioiii . i
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in siu-ii :i i-uiiir.-i, iin- is.-ui! ciiu mil in-
rtiinhit'iil. I 'riiii'ri.-niiiii imir hi. vnli-itii
u.tm oii.tlfu llyor oj (ongn,. but
wiien ttifv eoini' to li'iiil their culuirr- in-
to tin- lb.'!.!, It will be anoth-r tliiu-jf." Tl...'
mil annii's ami swat snlilii'rs of tne
puijlti: will bi! loiiml lighting muter tin
ltag. Wi' udvi-e iht: niHsitioniit th.'ih
rermiiif.l mi'i tixi-il t;u-t that Anilivw John-
Sun will serve nut Iin toiistitlitioliiili'rni
If such .is the determination of
the President, we congratulate him
and the country on the stand ho '
has taken. Firmness in thu F.xc-
utive would soon put a stop to the
Iwiidicul tomlooJerv about inipeacli-;
Eienf, una ouier revoiuuoiuiry de
signs about which the country is
kept in a feverish and liett'ul con
dition. 31r. Johnson must be tlejiosed
antllho .Supreme Court reconsli ui'
ted; the Southern Mates uitis-t be
regarded and treated as eonquered
provinces, ami the control thereof
ptii! in the hands of the noirroes :
such is the Radical fironniinnie.
As Mr. Johnson Is tirst in the way
he must be tirst pollen rid of; but
if the Constitutional Union speaks
by authority, Mr. Johnson does not :
mean to be disposed of in the way i
proposed by Ben. Butler, Ashley'
& Co. He does not intend that I
the Rump1 Congress shall play the '
over him. Our Washing-!
ton correspondent speaks of a Con-;
gressional wp l l on tlic'I'resi-;
dent. We judge from the tele-
grain above that Mr. Johnson will
not be caught napping; and that
the couj (fttal may be on the oth-;
' Browx Hoi sii, Athens, ()., we
refitted and in excellent or
dor, at all points. ' Mr. StkexhoJ',
tVin nrrn.ripfjir is fine nf tho urn
uontlcraanlv 'and accouimodatinsr1
en aniy ana accouimouatin
- landlords we have met Nothing
Tiik Yintou .Record siys that pa-
per will ho devoted to the interests
of the democratic party and "will
advocate tne cause of temperance.
I It is not ofteu that causes so oppo
site one to the other hnd a chum
; j.io'i in the same person and paper.'
; l'ohtics,lifcepovery, makes strange;
i bed tellons. If the editress can
oiflv convert the Democratic nartv
to believe in and practice the vir
j tue of temperance she will achieve
,i a conquest worthy of her (steel;
! pen ami mark her name hit:!) in the
niche of Fame. We trust tdie will
succeed in both. Athens Mes.s
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j In tht linli't of the prevalence ot
! crime, of every description, which
has disgraced, and is now disgrat
ing, the country, under the admin-;
;ur:.ti,m r,r ti, t.irtv tft uhi.-b ibi.
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Jle.-senger lends its leeble supjtort,
the above paragraph is decidedly
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cooi. jjruuKcn mous wmo, (uiiiiig
the war, eflicient allies of the Rad
ical party in their attacks on the
llieodom of the press. Stealing,
among oiliciuls, was the rule, hon
esty the exception. Drunken, Hoy
al!' Licnevals were the cause of
many a disaster in the field. Drun-"
ken, stay at-Iiome, shoulder straps,
were the cause of manv a blunder
and crime. 'While drunken Banks,
lust" Stevens, thiel Butler and ,
leprous Morton continue to be,
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lights in the "Uod ana ZU-
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rillilV ONI iv. suen - iiisitiniie.iui
blowers as the Messenger, should
ue niindful of the glasshouses in .
which they live
The Dailv'StatCf man of the lMh .
'A writer in the Davtun Empire
speaks of W. R. Cory as having a
'perverse incapacity to see or learn
uiivthing favoral.de in those who
happen to rnciir Lis sublime dis-
We happen to have a lew of the
f.anie stripe in these diggin-."
But, thank (joU, the sun still pur-
sues i's way in the heavens, as u-o!-
al. and the beams o true Demor
racy hine through lh(' acts of our
Executive and Judicial
Jm.!lt in 8.lHe.of ilH
other disorganizers of the parly, j
JUDGE THURMAN'S SPEECH.
We publish this 'week the able
and eloquent speech of Judge
Tin km N. at the late Democratic
TntKMAN being the representa
tive man of near 'JOO.OoO of our
citizens, and the nominee uf the
party for iiyyunmr. will add to the
interest of Ins speech, as loreshad-,
owing his limyof policy. We hope
our friends will not tail to read it.
[For the Record.
The Sons of Bachus
ere out on a general sleigh, on
last Saturday nicrht. and made mid
night hideous bv their yells and
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oririHS. Now I i n no . oliini't to .
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t'ltii Mini am Msirni-n t i.li'i"-liiii A
Utit when men who calllhi'iiiselves
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gentlemen b't themselves down lo
xi rente (lrunk(;iiu:.ss, ami prolaiie
vulgarities on our streets, and in
public places, uch conduct and
language as used on the Occasion
referred' to, 1 think il becomes a
matter of public concern and de
mands condemnation. ' Surely,
these gentlemen would not use the
same language and so act. in the
presence of their own
xiien wliv do so in the
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and he.'iriii" ol'other cilioiw wit h-'
out re--itnl to iiL'e or sev ? Wliv i
it that our tilizens cannot, meet!
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upon any social occasion at Me Ar
thur, without beeoniiiii; beastly
drunk '. I ak these questions, for
tlie jiiirpose ol raising this enquiry
in the minds of these gentlemen,
and in all kindness as the true
friend of the parties concerned.
JJopinx that the parties will con
sider the subject, and in future
learn to leave drugged whisky out
iu the cold, I am O.ve ov "Km.
MCARTHUR, Jan 21,1867.
cea8i:d Soliukr; In the fall of
18t, Mr. Henry Nefe, of Wood
dictator view', Morrow county, Ohio, en-
On the lbth day of June, 1M54, in
' a skirmish near Atlanta, Georgia,
; he was wounded in the fool Irom
the ellects of which be soon after-'
j wards (he'd. He leaves a widow
and children in neely circumstan-
ce)1, who are unable to obtain the
' back pay and bounty due them
h,e and l,hc ol h'8 Je8lh' w
wi colnruunioate the fact8 to U.
S. prophct, Mt, Uiiead, Morrow
Ikfof.mation Wantki of a De
listed as a soldier of the United '
States, in Co. E. 43d Res. 0. V. I
; without positive proof of his death
i Any person being cognizant of the
Will cur exchfmgespletue copy!
The Last Single Captive.
; nullions of people and eleven sov
gent ereign States, accepted the posi-
. tio of their chief political servant
otner. me two or tnree minions
i ol men who altogether took an ac
i ! tive part in it have been disband-
t etiat.te to the assaults ol Uuit
power which could put, an J did ac
shining ' , .. .. . '
tnally do so, Us mi ions ot men mi
reigns nciween uie eignt minions
ol Americans on the one Mfle, -at.d
the twenty-live millions an the
ed, and those that are living are
again discharging the peaceful du
ties of citizens at home. Thegre.it
chiefs of the loing side, as well as
ns the minor officers and privates,
have all t (en released lv
I lit fclC"
tor, and to the extent ol their a
ily are ' endeavoring, by industry
and enterprise, to replenish their
jo fu i-uioiy
lered bv tlio events of the conflict.
General Lee, the commander
-tlie ever-iiicmoriiiie "Army
Aonern irginia, wnicn jor years .
' if i 1
cliained success to its banners,!,,.:.,
wlnVh df.fi.nif.,1 nn.l rooted, in sue
cession, four of the imnlense arma
ments ot t ie .North, led bv tnclr
most splendid and experienced sol
fliers, tt hicli, by the vigor of his de
fense, so long protected it against
the most astonishing odds, and in
vested Richmond with a historical
immortality that will never die, is
now discharging the quiet duties
of a College President in these
questered vuMey of hi native
From being the commander of a i
lorce which lor nearlv lour years
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the instructor I
i-'ie uum, uc s nui
of a low llin,lr(.a V0UI1? men in ,jie
intellectual arts tl'nd sciences; He
who at one time was armed with
the power of a dictator.over I
an extent of territory half as larire !
us Hie continent of Europe, now !
wuhes the rule? and regula-:
governing the students in an :
ution of learning. !
JeiVureirard, who actuallv struck I
first blow in a war that set a .
whole continent in a blaze of arm
-whose vigorund skill on .the plain
f Hull Run saved the infant South- i
ern Conlederancv from immediate
ruin, and gave it a force and con
sistency that for years after render
ed the contest doubtful whose en- j
ginee.ing skill made the defense of
Charleston second onlv to that of
lichniond, is now engaged regula-'
ting the a Hairs of a railroad in
Lontrsireet, Joe Johnston, Hood,
D.I I. Hill. 'Cheatham, Hragg, and ' -
other great commanders, whoeith-
or in Virginia or in the army of t he i
Valley interposed so
stout a rftMtance fo the progress ,
of the N'u'rlhern invading hosts,
have sunk again into tlio private
walks of hie have disappeared,
n)i fro'm .mhu. rt;(:f,lleclion
M embers of the Confederate Con
gross, who with lavish hands voted
nil the means of the country to sus
tain the di-sperate strife, and mem-
bers of the Cabinet at bichmond,
who organized the .resistance thu
I"1' i(l lll,ir ,,isr"
I. who gave the
of their names and ;
iniltieilCO 4J Hie
cause of their sec-
tion. have boon released from a'iv
a'ctiui. ab ' ty to ihe F d.'ial Gov !
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eminent. I ..o second othcer ol the ,
Confederacy, its Vice-president, A. j
11. Stephens, of Georgia, has been
pardoned, and is now tmderslood :
to be preparing in the leisure of '
Ins. home, a work illustrating and
throwing light upon the terrible j
which has devastated hU i
country and ruined its resources. :
Tl.r.so ulii. in .1,., ,.lnU tl... ,.ce 1
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al"1 tl,e lorurn, by their elo-juenee
nnu zeal, mued the people ot the :
'"th to that desperate extremity,
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w'ien every thing was risked upon
the ir'.-ue of armed collision, have
sloiri-il ill the :i IT! Iie-.lv nf thu nit
and are partakers of whateverhope
exists for the future. Hut where,
then, are the prisoners of the inigh
tv North the captives upon whom
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ii.Ti'iiij, uiv ,-uiii i i'. ii i-
less allributes of its power? Have j
we told the whole story of it. ac-,
tion after the war ? Has it reallv ;
had the wisdom, not to say magna- j
nimitv, to issue a general and un-
iyersal amnesty, without exemp-
tion, to all who participted in the
unhappy troubles We wish '-lhose
we could answer Ihese lnterroira-
lories in tl e allirniative, but there
is another and reverse side to the j
We behold it by turning our eves
in the direction of .Fortress Mon:
rot-, the greatest military post over
which our flag tloats. There is a
feeble old man, whom we guard
night and day with riuid scrutiny,
and around whom we have throw n
the panoply of our vengeance, lie
Ihe President of thex late I'onfed
eracv who.'at the rentiest ol'pi.l.r
' the attention of the wwld is fijoi
t . :..,
ujioii liim. In one main essential.
French, as applied Jpapoleon
5,;na, aue .uu . , U ,
jsiaiui 01 ntiena, into wnoe numm
these words are put :
-1 have cojkiI Kith the nations which
conquered uie only '
When the nieleorot'conryieU allnred Uie
I IniVf eoptd w ith the nation ivhlcli
(Ireii'l ine, thus lonely,
Their last, sdii-rlt! c;iith'e to inilJtoit.-
in wiwr ,
3Ir. Pavis is indeed the
,l ...n, lion I., mi in ne Mi Will'
;,ic vapnn iuiiih
II:.., '.0 ... l, or.il- il riiidl'iiMl mill
ishment lor the whole Southern
whoso sins are thus to be
luaj to sul er a t.enaltv. We are
ti lii.il ..no.! ln'nl nt' I ln St. 'i I i's wiiil
. rx ft , , .1 t,l rt i.l' mil. ia mli!tu rl"
i.iic-.iiini iv-i wi iiui
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The Last Single Captive. The State of the Country--What
the People Want.
men. They want a - system of fin-:
nance upon which they can count
in the future as well as the present.
A the present system is so cons-
pletely interwoven with the poli-!
lies of Iho country, there .is
remedy for financial disorders ex-
cept bv restoring ami maintaining
pubiic'peaee and tranouillitv. '
well as great political chaiiges
should be made slowly and grad
Mississijipi ually by cautious approach' to the
end desH'ed. It is no light thing
to unsettle all standards of value
and impair the fortunes of millions
numbers, and entirj stagnation to,
all business and laboring interests.
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Desirous, as we specially are to got
back to the oJdConstitution.il basis
of gold and tilver, for which we
ha e ever . contended, and upon
which we luve lought ina.iy a poli
trcal battle, we do not want to do
it in -a way that would bring gene
ral public distress and universal
calamity. Let us descend from the
j Hut this event, bv plunging the
I,tle country intogreat disaster,
would affect the just with the vn-
who are not responsi-!
ble as well an those who are tor
riio iinnl(i nl'tliic nnntrv !iltrr
a live years war and commotion,
now want quiet and repose. All
good citizens, men ot business and
standing, want a cessation bf poli-
fical agitation. The late terrible
war was launched upon them villi
little notice, and was a most uncx-!
peeled event to the great mass of
the American people. They wantuo
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more such catastrophes they want
to build up what has been torn
down, instead of going cm further:
the work of demolition. First of
all, thev want a stable and pcrma-
nent currency, a currency not sub-,
ject to the will, or caprice, or inte-
action of any man or set of,
J here is no doubt. we reoeat. but
nil ieiiblonien of hol.li narties- aro
sick ami weary ot the apparent ne-
ver-etiding agitation. The events
oi tne war leu, among oilier Mings,
t'r the most, tremendous monetary
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chaii-e in our condition. For a
low specie standard we substituted
one ba-ied upon paper and liovern
ment credit. There are those who
now j.ropose violently and sudden
ly to resume our original status.-
Thev are unaware of, or regardless
of the truth, that great financial as
by nsii and precipitate action.
I here I. as been a gradual mllation
'.of the currecv bv the issue of an
.'immense volume of paper money.
Fpon it are pf-dieated all business
transactions; notes, mortgages,cm-
tracts and leases have all been giv
en ith reference, to it.
To instantlv destroy this im-'
mouse system and return to a s c-;
cie standard, would bring fitter
'ruin and destruction to countless
n.,....i.l Ui ..o c
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.-ended it, gradually and by de-
rrees. It was said to be an una-:
voidable necessity that fastened
this paper system upon us, but. in
renin:.' rid of it. the Deoole have a
lioht In l,r mul mm tnul .lw,itl.l o
consulletl as to the time and man -
ier in which it shall pass out of
If we were inlhieneed bv partisan!
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iviii.iKui iiiiuii iiiMi niirac'j in 113 sue
Cess alone,nothing would please us
tetter than to see an immediate re-
siunption of specie pavuient by the;
s4umption ol specie payment hy
in our present "condition we can
not afford to gratify a just retrihu
tion upon the authors of our cala-
niities, by involving our friends in
tlie common disaster. While we
are on board the same ship with
1 hem we should help keep her ffi"
the breakers, and cause her to live
through the frightful gale .which
6ne 'ias encountered, and by which
she has sustained
Ajjeii's Wanted '
For Ihe Women of tho .War. See
advertistnent . in another column.
K-14S -WwUthSt. Cincinnati, 0
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
e shot passed tnrougn moorn
almost ! Weld's breast, killing him instantly,
; Another shot took efiect in Uie
i breast of Murphy, inflicting a mor
onlv '! wound. At last accounts fi.tir
tions notl'by was sinking rapidly. No fur
instil j iher atempts had been made to
j a t Hrown, who still held pos
the I session of the house strongly bar-
j Collyer, the victor of the prize
people, light 0' Tuesday, received a tele-
i laium. ue oarricaueu nis uouso
and defied arrest. .. Friday, Consta
in i ble Murphy summoned a young
j man named Samuel BroomCeld to
j approacing iwown s tney were nr
rested ?d upon with a rifle Irom the bouse
o.Oov.nor Wetrte ol
. ian2Uae. ' He
mince the English language.
denounces the Governor, as a liar,
murderer, thief, &c, and accuses
him of fraud in the sale of the Iron
Ben. Butler has written a letter
to a Montreal journal, in which he !
expresses his conviction that the-i
annexutioirof L'anadais a necessi
ty to the United States. Den. ha v.
jn;r exhausted all the spoons in the
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OOU III, la JJIUIJilOlV lUUnlllg l VI III
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n,, nrrival nt. rtnltimnro.
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una comnuireu suicmo in diookivii.
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A dispatch Irom Chicago says
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urew uie Liosoy upcra-nousopize
John Meyers Saloou keener is the
A singular and very destructive
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epuiemic prevails among uie nogs
i Southern Iowa. The intestines
of the dead hogs are found to b
l'lb-l with worms irom six to
twelve inches in length. The dis
ease is new to the tannery and
t"fcy are greatly.excited about it.
Win. Brown, a desperado of
Lynchburg, Ky., committed a rob-
''ry 111 '"e vicinity ol j-.rorar.eld
aswt "P in arresting urovn. Jn
ricaiicu, . .
We learn by the
cable that the
French Ministers have tendered
their resignation to the Emperor.
A I I I., if ;,v i-,-.w. n ,i,,i.t,1 II- .2
uuu oi.jM..i. it i-
sW that the change indicates re-
form measures at home and
Viiiloii i'oimtv 82uf!k,
MeAKTHUR. 0110.- Stiiokiioi.iihis :-
.Justi n j. Mi-iHiwi:i.L, l'tiwiii.'iit.
JAMES W. UKL.1Y - I'aht'r.
H. S:. Biiti'ly, E.I) Uui1k, Auilri! IV'olf,
11, 1? . Aulin, 1). V. IiaunolK.KiMtik Stroiip,
A. A. ui;n.
Batik uf Mitcouut and Deposit,
fiT"'! ill buy uil soil UV.'orr.iriOjit Sucurl-
:iit, llODil-, ic.
Fifi.'uliei: iuns nia,le u. thu unual ratai.
Zaleski and Wilkesville
k-adi:g Xu-ski to I'laUMilie,
"W. IWr..,." ..t!i,-e. ai the tvn
1,1 ueKi, in i-aid V niton coun.j thence
, t,. umut auJ Uf. p,nt.,icil, ,u l0 lbt
Vinton count; Infirmary Farm, theme the
nearest mid hesi rdeticnl route tu the town
I 'iikiljc xnd Viuion couutv, tij
lyZuo, nnd vncatior, ol
Sl,t(l lmrlS()l l!te rua(i ii:.Allh, ,rijm ZttIt,s.
j kt io Pmh.-viIV uml itom McAiimi' u ai
Btrit'c y."J irom Putvhli. tu WiiKsviile,
;.dS.Kj.v be "Weury m ihe lordiiou of hl
01ICK is hrrrhy goen. that a petition
1 1 will he preiente.i'ii ihe bounl of Cum
nnssmiiers in .nl iur Vinton loumv, Ohio,
ll'"ir "1 '!"' f" lt"; firft : M"'y "l
, , ',' V.,..n,v w i 'i.u;.
Vutu Zaltfki to Wiikesville. in wid cuumv
ot Vinion. roiMiit-m":);' ur the ivniieuiPiw
fS""!'"" ru"11. propi.SHil rout! to ae es-
tam-ohed 50 iret iu widil,, And for smh
.,r,..etli.g. b nray be m-i-esaary toehUblish
Mid nid and. moke null uferutu na and
vueaiimis. m aioieeaid, a. ina be necsary
uml nC.i.rd:!)!' o lu'.V.
. MANY PETITIONERS.
j i o24w4
Zaleski & Christian Church
. cm mid bji pmcticai routu to DantM tiram'a
i -t and f.Meticm rktiietointermiut -h .Me
hue fSK1,; M
tuiminaie. AndroFmu-h iwrntiou ami vu-
ler" Bi jaiwa aid ytn
the;1'"' 111 '") ttuJ V:,,u streeta. in iue.kij
vuTi ki. i.oii.yVii., ti.4 p-iivonwiii
premn.eut.. K- iioanior t,onimifi..a.
"t (Heir ncxl -to.-.i'i u un llio fin Jlnniluy
(,i .i! arcli, I it,7 iiriijn.ii tur Uiu view urvu
Church at II . H Swniiu n
M road, it the von
.-anoio on the ruaoi leaJinir troin Ho.Vrlhnrio
Zali-hhi and irom the r.okle'ierr 9(-boul-iiuue
iu ihe a id ehrn-.!in t'hureh.as inn he nccD.-i-sry
in thu luoatioh of Mid propoMid roud, naid
I'ri'posun roud to ha 50 fuct in, widtlij-and lor
f i'-ii jiroce. ilinirt, ai may he- "uecestary to e
labiirlteaid ioa.l otid make avich aKuratiuns
rtii'l viuaihina ut'Qiosuid, aa muj be naeenvry
and uewnling to law.
jun.'l4 . Mjor-VeTiTiosEi. '
Notice to Bridge Builders.
totice is hereby given, that the Commia
! aineni of Vinton county, Jhio, will maot
... , . , ,h. (.k. ru,, i),i,i
Hawk's houst , Iu Elk TownsJiip, Vin on Coun.
ty. Ohio, for tha purpoea ol leiUnar to tho low
r ; ttaunnilile bidders, the oonir.ct for the
biiilding o f Trewle bridge, a croaa the creek
at aaid point, on
Saturday, February 9th,' 1867.
At on o'oiuak p m ol xflid day
-, Torma and ipecitioatioaa mti known on the
jay at' aula. . ,,'..
By Order uf the Cbmrniai-lonera " '
' ' H.C.MOORE,
'.17T . -AH. v.r.
. AU I'S ;.AV A A XL D
' ' f.b'ihe '
"WOMEN of the WAR,"
V Tl UAO'l'INCr iln'ib?hn,lg hv.'iu tluiL:
'u iccord ol the noble nd ; puib
iniiui.d women, who followed tlirir hus-
ban U Dnl,iiii4 $o-ll.e war. u .
Wriilen in Lhe I'luu in i.n.i iA.it ci!rr;,'.,
latiymye ol ,
.FRANK MOORE. , ...
Selling beyond uux moti sanguine
pecij'it'n. ' .. .... , . .......
- l i.OOO copies uld the fait month of iu
ii-rite. lliiiMitnb of commetiilfttioiH ffoin
fit: i-T.sd ami diftuguielied individual are
M'iii u:g In Irom ell ptiiU- of ihe country.-
.'Vt.e.nis air reporting liuiu ten to iitenty
live ihJi is per dnv, mid Miy ihoy find many
ho arc ti'J.ly lu take thu work as soon ui
jinsfii'id, mIiicIi is new feature in Ihe
bonk biinine&s. Tuis woik is Xi own fee-
uiiiini'imuuiin, and soils ireMy to the best
i:I.ibsp8 ot SDiitty, I'aiilinil, envrsetic.
prtteierinc; in-it and womuil i!l in tl:o
A(;ml:j liud Inciotivc eniployiii'-iit.
i mi Agency i wmitfd, genii for circular
fcivinti (nil particulars. Addioss,
NATIONAL PtiliUSHlNG CO ,
143 Wi-st Fourth St., Cincinnati, 0'.
j. i. 24. 1. 1
JroYClrfn A Co.,
niANw r'j;n. MAMFfltnitLriS
1 lined!,), f ew Yuik.
' Tne attention of Ihe public and tlio trade
in invited tu our Nr. Sc.u.e 10CTAVF.
KOS'E WOOD PIA.M FORTES, whiili
for x olutn.'and puritv of tone an uiirlvnll
ed, hy nny hitherto fTmr-d in this mark't,
TlA'v'ciiniain all the inoilern improve menu '
1'ifiicli, Urand i.iiuii, Ifirp Podul, Iron
Frame ovustinng Hiis elf. an I Pdch iiiitru
merit, tit-ing niu'lo lh'; personal lupeivisiqu
otMi.J. H. d HovEs-iEEM who hs hiisa
prutiii'iil rxperinn e el over 3" years til their
iiiuniifiiciuip is fully arranied in every par
I'hu 1 (invi Ptocn 1'inno FortOH" re-,,
eeived the h wnr.I ol merit over all
others, nt the relibrateif Worlda
vYhnri' were exh'iliited iiistrnmt'i.ta lr;irn
the best makers ol London. Puris. Gemi'iny
I'liilaih'lphiu JJaltnnore. Bostou and New
York: and also at thn American Instutulo
tor live siji-crstiivo yer. the gold mid eiher
mi'dils Irom both of whii h, can bo seen ul
liy the intero'luctionof improvemftnts we
nidke a btill more perietl i'iuno Forte, and
Oy nmnulu' luriny largely, with a miii fiy
cu:-h system, nro eimhlt.l io oti'er these in
s'riinients ul a priw which svill nrtclmL' all
liniis; rs't 'nah iaiC'ui reii Ciiiu).,
DK.SCRlt'TIVK CIRCULARS SEN I
Ji. 17. 1867-iyr a. k c,
Ezra Piniity's ICstaie.
"VT'ITK.'E U herel.y giveu. that the tinder
l nijinud ws, on tlio 10th d.iiy ol Junuury,
ha, iluly uppoinud and qualified m u.lminu
Oatm im lliu 6f(alauf liiu I'nincy,. i.Vd, luto
of Vinton couiity, Ohio.
David keetox, a.w
In Vinton.Irobnte Court
NOTICE fi.mine' C. -awe, ndmiuiotruior ot
tlio esu.'oot William A. J nlinqtou. iU-il,
Lao t'lud in ihu I'robttte l-bnrt of Vinlun oouu
ty, Ohio, hia acionnt and vya.ilicr.i for in peu
ti"fi and final wnlcruwot, and thut the annul
wil bn fui'hoarli if in nuid ceurt on iliulitUiW
it 1'ul-ruaiy, a. d. )S"i7.
InCllAKU I'JUIO, Pro. Judge.
In ViutOM Probate Court.
VfOTI.'K. Sarah Jsmo Klmii-y. (runrlinn nf
ii Kliziiha'.h Aim, Hilton tl , Soniuol V. and
Jennie C. Fiunoy, hm lild in the I'robute f.Vurt
ot Vinton onnney, Olilo, hur a':.!ou;if8 and voii
ehara t'ur iUHpavtiun and titui ' kcttiomoui, ua i
thut tlio !.!UB will bo for lica'inK in ioiid court,'
on thn I3i.li day of Fkbruarv, a. d..i?Si.
WCUiliD CK VlU.rn .Jadzo.
Viutou irobate Court.
NOTICE Mary llulland, ailnihii.itr-'.rix of
the estuii! of Lrtonnrd llolUiul, deeuiii'cj,
Iiai. flied her atinintv at;U vou.:hura for ius-puc-tiun
ami tiuul scultruurit, and tiiut thg n.ioc
ill b for hearing inlaid J'roliate Court,
Saturday, thuSd .lay of Obnury , a. d. iat','..
- KICIUKDUKAJO, I'ro.JortKu.'
Ol .t.L i:. Lofcb) givon, thut, the partner
Li 'hip hprctotoru cxistinir h(.fWfinr. 1 1 m lhr-.
liiivvuiciu vAiiiiiuK cuiiTcfjr. nuio'ir;
'& Ii rtou is this doy disn-dved by mutual (..m
The book of tt;a said firm urn in tho li indt
of K. A. llulbcrt for tottliimcnt. TUa Inikincw
w ill oonductsd by Lim humaf ler. '
.11 VLB KIM' & NORTON'.
An InTOitton of Hare Mem;
THAT WILL NOT BREAK
Euro o up nil eaa and arnoko,
hada j Bb.ort, and not top-
reioovinsr top; in fact, tho
moat perloct chimney known
-and is liist outmrxcdioK ali
others wturo it taa br;uuic,
No dealer can nflbrn in h.-,
wttliout them. . i .
NEW LAMP CHIMNEY CO.,
U Warren St., 5f, V. :
HE A L E S TATE.
By Order of Vinton Probate Court.
IN pursuance of an order of the Probnio
fuun of Vinlo-i uoaniy, Ohio, 1 will offer
for aulo, at public aui.-tiou o
Jfonifay, the $tk of Jitnitpry,l$67,
between the hours of ten o'clock a . u. and four
o'clock r. sr., upon the pieniisea,tbo following
di-.K-ribed real eaUt"-, situato in the i-.nmj of
"V in'.on and Stato of t'hio to-wit: The nth.'.
half of the southwest quarter of sei-ti vn num
ber flvo. (6) towifhtp number eight, (Si lugo
number tixU-e-, (ItiJ in said county and Ktale,
eoi-.!aiiiin(! soveniv-lour (74) a-res. .
Also, thirty-four &l) acrna uff the norh end
of the cast hall of the southe.-tat quarter f aec-
tmn number six, (8) .towmuip number oight,
(S). range n"mber sixteen. (16) in said
county and State Appraised at tl, !83 "
Teumr o fan: ; One-third tyh in Land,
ono third in slKmuulhs, and the remaining one
third in twelve months from the dnj of sale,
wi;h inlereet : the payments to be secured dj
rr.iirtcairf on the prnrniac. ' ', '
doci27'66-5w PATRICK HENRY QriXN';"
Adm'r f theeatateof Michaol Daughertr.dec'd.
Marriage and Celibacy. '
ANE88ATOFW AUNINO AND INSTRUC
TION FOR VOUNG MEiV. Also. Diaea'
and Ahnnea which prematurely P'oxtrata the
Vital Powers, -with aura means' cf relief. Sent
SV-e of Charge. In sealed letter enveU.pe. Ad
drew Dr. J. 8K1LLIN HOUGHTON, Uownrd
Ac!vi(in,rhl!!dlpht. Ps, 5irly