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FOtt rUESIDKKT IN IBM,
110. HORATIO SEV11011E,
OF NEW YORK.
Subject to the Decision of lU Democratic
Lonteniun oj iie iriuie towi,
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
CLEMENT L. VALLANDIGHAM,
01 Montgomery County.
'GEORGE E. PUG H, or Hamilton.
AUDITOR or FTK1 E,
WILLIAM HUBBARD, or Lngim.
TRtASl'REIt OF STATE.
itoiiAirj o. KAAl'I', of Asliland.
', ft'PREME JL'BUE.
! J".' VAN TRUMP, or FuirfieM.
' board or rcbi.ic woiiks,
' 10I1N H. H EATON, of Belmont.
JjjT ''LTiT tlicre t noclisugu y nauriiu
tiun ; for tliro'i((h tliie, in one iii!.tun:o, may be
tho imtriiment of ewd, it it the ciulni,in fi t
by AiVA frtt gorerrwwilr art tltttni$l. The
rreocJcnt iiuist lwu jrruntly ovurhulaiioo, iu
tiernmnoiit evil, any partial or '.raixiiint I'no
lit hich henactin tiiy tiineyiclJ." - Wiith
iyton't FnHiecU JJkis.
' J " "Ir lho liifurnal fanatic- rA Hhnlition-
lM evur get lira puworin their Im .il.', thuy will
ovcr-rlJe Oio Couslitutioii, sat tho biirj-rcnio
t'nnrtttt defiance, chuniro ami innkj laws t.. iit
ttcmivj, iy violent hanJi. on thwe who iii
fcrwith them intheir opiuions. cr dareqin--
ii. ii I'.iclr iUailibiliiy, nt;l finally l.mikriipt the
cwmtry. and doiuyo u wiih u0ud."-i'aw.eiiauis
tTT "Nnvtn fail Ui protc
ltiou or the Uunstilimoii, nor
ofilio Government tranere
ixuly lialntuaUM 10 cnerjaenmenn n .on vneir
KbertiM. Th people fhonHiadviAO the li.veru0
inent (o chiuKeit toiirte.'" Julit J. Ciitttn
tm-iu., eotliUhn rii proneoutod lor the
preoervation of th u.mox nd ('onstitltion.
fur your Mi iosaliti una your l.n.HT as Ci-,
nzii. '-(V)im( iicT,jt B. MtCUlh
.. , . . t ,. . .
"The firs', want of every nation is p?ai-e.;
ilic Ut peace. It wonts pcae always,
oi go? eminent; lur icey -eaiatjiiiiieii ts-'
it... which dianfiiwiJ with even the forees
iieccisury to perfect defence, rather
tumber it with nitliM might lempt it mi
unnecessary collision with other States. A
democratic government ia9 ho aclptiition
war. Wor involves a uation in debt,
require, vast supplies of me,, and ta.xea and
el axing peon e ml not, eASept when abso-'p.
either one or the other. Our gnvemmfiitaiid
lias not efJeetive powers of conscription. Ao
modem etetc has carried on, or can cary on,
ITgressive war without conscription. U ar.,
liowever brief us duration, and liowever,
light itacalumitiea, derails all fociil in lus-,'
try, aubrerts order ami corrupts public m-r.
first element, then, or our social
lappiiiess and security is Peace." '
t nrir,ntnny tU-
Masonic Celebration on the 24th uit.
The Fraternity spent a very pleas
ant day, on last St, Johns, at MeAithur.
The members of Delta Lodge
wero jioarly all out ; Albany LoJgc
was well represented, and wo noticed
a number from Wilkesville and Ham
deu Lodges, though not as fu'ly rep
resented as we would havo liked to
seen them. The Brethren met iu the
Court House, tho procession was
formed at 11 o'clock A.M., headed by
the Mc Arthur Brass Baud. It moved
on our principal streets to the M.T2.
"Church, where an in6tructtvo and in
tere3ting addreBS was made by Bro.
Hathaway, the admonitions of which
we sincerely hope may bo remem
bered by our brethren, .. Bro Alex
ASDna closed tho ceremonies at the
'church, by an eloqnont and impressive
exhortation on what Masonry was
its teachings, to-wit: Duty to God,
and our relative duties to his creature,
Man. The Brethren then repaired
"the refreshments prepared by Bro
Johnstos, at the Union School Hall,
.. where about 150 were sealed at the
. table. The dinner was excellent
alter dinner the Brethren returned
the Lodge, and closed in harmony.
Everything passed of pleasantly, and
with order and strict decorum. We
hopo to meet all or.r Brethren ..again
at our convocation for 13C4. '
Statistics of Vinton Co.
tl,fi rotnm f ih a.,
hadlnlSG2, in this Country, 1.617
dogs; 11,15 acrw of wheat, ycilJingi1"20;
Sflfi hmlirii 9.V1 ftf.io of RM.
yeilding l.GOO bushels; lucre
Uurlcv, yoildi..g C baa!:,: ; 11,4-13
c!s; HO acres oflckwheat, veil-iing':1'"
103-1 bushels ; 12,745 acres
yki i mi VI i.NI Iins'ie . ; i'i:ros
J o ! , : -
Meadow, vcil.Hng 8,983 tons of hay ;
320 acres of PuUtoc, yei!d;ng 19,504
bushels ; Butter, 122,331 lb ; Cheese
5.770 lbs; Coal. 211.793 bushels
mined; 119 asres of Flax, yoilding
CS9 busLcIs, and 11.051 lbs of liber ;
449 acres S.irghuinj yei'ding 5 lbs. of
Sugar, and 81,716 gallons ol'Svrup ;
IS.nMlb-i.of Maulu Sugar, and 1.249
illoui of Syrup ; 331 Sheep killed,
valued at 8902 ; Gi Sheep injured.
valued at 103.
To Republican Jacksonites.
Wa ii ili f p'ill llui ntti.iifian nt' nil
these Konublican Abolition bvers
r:o .i mint iho 1111
case'of Now Orleans, which was a
case of contempt of Court, ncknowl-
edged by Got). Jackson iu open Court,
to tho following words of old Hickory.
Every time you say, ,lVtiy Jackson
decl.uod mattial law," just quote these
"I would bo tho last man on earth
to do anv act which would violate
tho principle that tho mililanj should ;
always bo Biibject to the civil power.
Thoco nro tlio worJs of our hero. Such
were his views of tho powers of the
military. Why dotheso Republicans
attempt to di3graco tho illutrious
dead, by attempting to fix the odium
of uBnrpatiw .p)n his name, by
coupling it Vi ..iNeVLS s illegal and,
arbitrary arrests ?
in oaen eoinpaiij. uo otn-1
, 1 nnct tln,r (tin mon-Piir t hit u-i
uo noc KII0NV 110 mCrLCIlt llldt We
mAy aJ jj ordered OUt to defend Olir
jn cauiiMiiy.tiuij inoiui, wo uy,
requires tho people to meet and elect j
tollictrs in tho .Militia iu each of
fjomimnv district? : Tliov rro to elect
i ,.' ,r.
J Captain. 1 first mid 1 6CC0Ild L.1UU-
V . , ,
J not to fationgiy urge our citizens to iee
to it, that good anJ worthy men be
selected f. these militia offices, fl8
, . . . , ,
,btatu from invasion. We have always
. . 0rftn!7iitioi of the
utul '" 1,lur ul organ l.atiotl Ol tue
(niuia -they are emphatically tho old
Constitutional guard. Upou tho
'citi.en Boldier all Republics must rely
for Eafety to their institutions. Wash-
u3 u-T,at ar0 standing
tiian.i. i;viel.iv 0f tho lieoiilo." What
110 uucl -v 01 1 l
.better a lvico do yci wanti Jt
toievery man then turn out and do his
ondjuty and act according to tho Consli-
t ' d ,avva e hopo every
.,, ,.11 ,.!n,:,,
will nltctid the elections
musters, with the militia as a
W(J WQUj j)aVQ ft 8llQicicnt State torce
j. : ,in,i
.")' emergency . Lear 111 mind,
this is the only military force recog
The nized by the Constitutions. We w.'ll
lll(ve, in this county, 13 companies
... , .
National Armies are dan,"!rous
reserve, uiul a well orgarnzeu systemitlon
!0f volunteer independent, companies,
which will makfc two regiments. Let
them be organized.
Militia Order of Adgt. Gen. Hill.
Our Adjutant Gcuoral has issned
an order, organizing Meigs, Vinton,
Allien?, Washington, Morgan, Noble
and Monroo counties into tho 1st
District, req niring all field and officers
of the line, and all non-commissioned
officers, ranking as sargeants, to meet
at Camp at Marietta, (and all rank
and tile of the independent compan
ies.) on tho 29th of July, 1363, then
and there to perform military duty
eight days. Tho Quarter Master
General to furnish transportation,
subsistence, tents, camp equipage &c.
Said order is dated Juno 15th, 13G3.
We have eighteen companies in
Vinton, this will require ns to send to
Marietta, fourteen field and staff offi
cers, Sfty-four officers of the line, and
ninety 6argeants total 15? m-.n.
Now, vio tuiuk if tbo Legislature had
provided by law to pay these men
what it v. iil e03t the State for trans
portation, subsistence, &c, . or'dercd
them to drill in their own counties,
they would havo learned inoie nt less
expense, and it would havo boer. more
satisfactory to those performing the
duty. But, for the purpose of seeing
tho law enforced,- we should all con
firm to this law, and tho orders in
accordance to the samo. Stand firm
by tho Constitutional guards
ionm. and Genera! M bade put in
(1ftw3iy wno .., uUl..ppg u
ia wl,itc- lr at st' daikcr t!.an
Wo think Fred. Doug-
I,M t!iUm3 til!lt ft,, overlooked by
Cikxeral IIookekIius bcec removed
V(,-i lho commr-nd of Army of (ho
Wu wuo no is, Cv. m rep.y w
!vUI " una 'iuu3 i icoiucui. no
see ruwsomo signs of daylight ahead,
tho last Chrcniclo of Washington
City, -Undo Adk's organ, -says the
Frebidciit doni drink !
of!We -uppaed tho
Gov. Too has Issued another Proc- i-lvlolv
,,. , .
amntion, cal.mg upon tho people tof
respond to tho Presidents -call 'for
,30,000 vnluffleers from Ohio, with
letter from General Buunside's urging
the sumo. Both assert that Ohio will
.certaiuly bo invaded, but don't inti-
mato whero (rora. There is no men
tion made ns to Ordet No. 33, nor is
it eaid whether Vallaiidigbaaauiers
will be received ornot into the service.
Loyal Union Lea-
8ucr luul lon2 sniw
had lonz since raised this
W00' tta e 80 awl'ul
The N. Y. Tribune on the War.
hundred thousand Btrung,and is push-
..Iinr it nprnca rnn 1'iirmnfin witli mtpiu
thoiHy t' na the war. It wo can now:
. i r t i lit i i - i if
water their horses in tho Deleware,!
routing tho forces we can bring agai-l
..infill...... iii n Hill Im iin.li.il Kml nml
The New York Tribune, in uu ar
ticle upon tho rebel invasion of Penn
"Now, wo trust all is as it oem8
that Leo has quietly gathered and
holds in liana a vetcrau army
hand a vetcrau army one
iug it ncross ino l oiomac wiui imcni
to bring the contest to an immediate
issuo. 'it is ocst lor an siaos tnai u
should be so. This war has dragged,
jon about long enough.
vvo uustuns lnvasioti is meant to
II W 1 HOI UO BUOliea OV a rOHia:UTOM'.wf
rec .o If the rebels nro indeed ourj
masters, let them prove it and let us1
own it. If they are r.ot, let us make'
them acknowledge tho corn-. Wo
llnnm thid duuroiit rat ion. together'
Uth thai ol General Grant on Vicks- .
burg, may be bo matiaged as practi-
ti,K0 fll'K UljU L oit unuaon on
tho one hand, and use up Lee i army i
.... ,, f. . , i..i-..j'.. ;i l.,:
ou liio oiuer, ui vouieuerauy win oo;
pretty nearly played out. It, on thej
other hand, the rebels ueat Grant and
i.oi, i ij v in , vu oun'i uu miuLi luui, nuu
may us well own it." .
A Rare Chance for the Union
'nut'St'on of Stiatain n
j t so 1 f , called for volnnteors and
jVmong tho icsolutions adopted bv
tho Loval League party at. its State
Convention, was one that tho war
must go on, ana another about laying
aside personal preferences, and going
in for "no party," except upon tlie
('"Vr l i i n n
Almost lvliHc tho Convention wis
;in session, at which Democrats wero
j Junouuced by wholesale as "traitors,"
an.j "seeossion sympathizers" iVesl
jcnt Liucoln called ouon the Stao fm
3000 militiamen, and Governor
fed, in an address before thn Couvon-
begged the people in. attendance to
rally to;arry out in practice the very
resolutionsthey bad adoptod in words.
Now if these superlatively loynl
men were m earnest in their protect
ions, would they not havo rallied as
one man to the call of their own tho-
. I . 1 a l.i.l ,1 .... .
senioaoori i uiey nro bo uiooaiuirsiy
,u ww.uo, , i ''"'!
U7!l n-llV In thou llitf ',-iitnli in I'M.
Governor Tod surely ought to call the
second time for the 30,000 men de
manded by the President, when there-
are several tunes that many already
pledged to "do or die" to put down
But let ns come near homo. What
has become of our Washington Co.
Union Leaguers? When thero were
no soldiers wanted, they held a meet
ing every week. Where are tiiey
now ? 1 heir speakers wauted to "cat
the tnroats" of tho Democrats. Why
don't they rally to enlist and cut the
rebels throats ! llieir organization is
ompletc, their meu's names aro down,
and if they aro a tenth part as "loyal"
as they pretend to bo, they ought all
of them to be quartered in Camp
Marietta, or advancing to exterminate
the rebels in arms.
Tho fact is their boasted Unionism.
except for the spoils of office, is an
arrant humbug. Their resolutions in
favor of the war mean that they are
only willing that other folks Bhall
tight. 1 heir hatred of Democrats at
home is fur greater than their hatred
of the rebels. Tho fight for them to
engago in, is a crusade ayainst the
Constitution and the Laws, and agai
nst lho rights of their neighbors. The
Union they favor is one of force rather
th an of right. The liberty they want
made universal is for negroes. Their
only test of loyalty is a blind subser
retired, r,nd &ro now hi
Una around tho lortincations ot liar-
. . Tu eucm ia .dv.nein.
a'comuieuco an attack, fJeueral'iSiAith
ju-udo a .proper imposition of his
.Fii:wEELPiiiAi Juno 23.' Tbo er
citemont in this city is intense. Thud,
street is thronged wttu ' people await,
iug tL-o news. The merchants have
resolved' It) closo their stores to recruit
a regiment immediately. The Uniou
League has also started in the matter.
The Cora Exchange Guard has a re
cruiting party marching through the
Tho Herald's Lancanter Pennsyl.
vania dispatch saya tho rebels have
possession of Yors, nud have throwu
out pickets toward Lancaster.
v.JlABBiauuKo, June 2$. Cur forces
slowly, and iaall probability will don
Captain Brishauo, chief of cavalry,
who was on a rcconnoissauco .this
aftomoon, reports rebel scouts to have
been within three miles of our -pickets.
Reports from the directiju of York
ar very conflicting.
m ilea above Columbia, with a pou
:r';;;:tr'r tooh trail sflHcioully large to con-
i I niifrn ii n,m ruimotm til
information received herein regard
. . ... . . P
their position vet of Oyster Point
this alteriioon. '
IIakkisuuhq, June 23. Tim city
to-day is comparatively quiet, con
eidering tho near approach ol tho
enemy. Y'oik has been occupied ; a
portion of the bridges on the Northern
Central ltailroad this side of that
When our troops fell lack from
Carlisle, theyjlet't'in their Barracks
equipments tor one compaoyjof cav
alry, a regimaut of infantry, and 20,
000 ratiojs, which have fallen into
the nanus of the enemy. It is ,repor-
ted that tho Uarracks were buriieJ.
but it 'has not been confirmed.
A tight took place lute this evening
&t wnglitsville, opposito Loliftnbia.
iine troops, wnici; were guaraing tnc
Columbia bridge on the approach ol
tho enemy, and all crossed over to
i,is oiiio of the river, excent Colonel
Ferrick'a rcirimont. which remained
The rebels attacked him in heavy
force, and in order to save his mon,
h0 was forced to cross 'tj Columbia.
iUo magiiihccnt brulgo there was
burned to orevent tho rebels from
llllll'iu .Jiwytnt i jvuho nuui
reilClllllg tlllS 81UO Ol the river.
The Governor has information that
the rebels aro at Bainbrid"o, twelve
struct a bridge.
llebeU say that they drovo our men
from Stewart's Gap yesterday, and
then moved toward Diittcuution and
havo returned to the Gap,
No demonstration has been made
on thu 1'ennt-ylvauia Railroad in that
direction, as fur as known
under tho new call are rapidly arriv
ing. Colonel Jennings' regiment,
which had u skirmish at Gettysburg,
arrived hero to day. lie lost about
-300 men iu prisoners and stragglers.
The olliee-rs wero sent to Richmond
and tho men paroled. Some of the
latter arrived hero.
IIaukisuukq, Jnno"29.- A citizen
of Carlisle, who left that place at 11
o'clock last night, arrived hero lo day.
He relates that the barracks are oc
cupied by 7,000 men, besides a brig
Hdo eucumped at each end of the
town. He left there on Saturday for
Gettysburg, whore Longstreet's bead
quarters are now established.
Hill's corps was.betweon Carlisle
and Chauibersburg, while Anderson's
corps or divisiou was at Chambers-
burg ou Friday. This is the latest
to the Dosiliou or t io main Loclv o
Naw York, Jnnc 29. A Washing
ton dispatch to a Philadelphia paper,
says the rebels who captured a wagon
train, consisted of Fitzhugh Leo's
brigade, tho whole of which were
marching to Ballsville, on tho Baliti
more and Ohio ltailroad. Two robel
regiments aro on cam pel At Accotink,
ten miles from Alexandria.
Captured rebels say Stuart's cav
alry, with artillery, aro marching on
tho railroad between Washington and
Baltimore. Tho whole rebel army,
except Btuait's cavalry, is now in
Pennsylvania. The rebel officers say
they are determined to make Penn
sylvania the future battle hold.
Which is the Traitor ?
The Republicans denounce Vaiian
ham (Dem.) as a traitor and eulogize
Bingham (Ucp.) as a patriot. They
were both Reprwaentativeafiom Ohio.
and daring the lato session of Congress
theV denned their position as follows :
Mr. Vallanuigham Mr JJtngliam eaid:
said : "It is iu the
'Who, in the name
restoration of theot God wants the
Union as it was in
Cotton States, or
17.89 1 and con tin
tuy other (states
ued fwir over 70 this side of perdi
vears,' that I amjtion, to remain' in
bound to tho Iastitho Uhion it Slav
hour of my politi- ery is ' to con
cal existence:'. ' " tinue J" ,.
, . Which is the traitor? Will someRe
Editor DEiioritAT : 1'lenso announce
name of A. J. SW AIM, ai mailable coiididuie
I'nr Kepei eutative of Vintou county, iu the next
Legislature, mibjoot to the decision of the Pern-oeiatiocouuty
Jin. Eduok t We wIkIi you to announce the
nan e of K. A. BKATTON, an a candidate oetore
thu Democratic county Convention, ana niujcvi
to iU decision, for ItupresenUtivo iu the J.euia-
liiture foi comity;
Jlrt. Eprro : Pleate aunounco the namo of
WILLIAM CLAKK, ua a candidate for Coniini
ioLor, subject to the decision cf I he Democrat
ic county Convention
Mb. Editos : rieane announoo the name
B. C. CA8K. u a suitable cauotduU for tlieul.
fiee of Probate Judiro, for Ylntoi
declaija of the Pcmnerntie
UuU VOIHIOU. , JlAi-l UMlui,na.
. .. .w t . t..i j -1 t TO
.i,., i vr j !
Mb. Editor: You will please annmineo the
name of S. C. 8TA1NBKOUK, a a candid ale for
Clerk of th Court of Common I'lea eubjoot to
the dooisioa-of the Democritio ftunty C'onvo-tion.
SpttiHl B (J t i t t s ,
VST HiADQUABTtKa Company II, (I. Q. O O
Pixth AcRlmeut, O, V.. Cmnp at Beverly, V.
July 117, 18.11. ' '
Dr. C. W. flwAot'Cinoinnoti, Ohio: We
received your long wished for and welcome Ren
edios a few dnya afro, and hasten to return you
a unanimous expression iu regard toourhigu
opinion of the merits of iirne.
We have used them with great benefit in out
Company, and heartily attest to tho public oplu
ion of their (treat bencflts. In our cases, esps
cinlly where there have beeu so many great
changes as from the civilian in daily routine, ia
business, at home, to thu exposed habiuef ac
tive soldiers In a struure nt.'i unuatural cmiutry
do we most appreciate the merits of socfli lleav-en-Kent
values aa yonra. To utl those in out
poxitinn do we most emphatically recommend
your Koniodios, being axsurod, from experience,
they will be a very welcome companion.
Jofctm A. AvDKtws,
Capt. Co. 11, Sixth Kej't. O. T.
J anion Y. Somple, 1st Scrgeint Compen B.
Chan, ll.Fiiater, 2d orgeant.
('has. II KiiHsel, 1st Lieut. Co. C.b Reg't O.t,
Tims. 8 Koyse,3d Lieut.
E. B, Warren, 3d tferifount,
8. 4., Thayer, 4th sriTount,
Sanil, P. Sehooley. Cominisary,
Cnrnoral 6'haa. W. isjlor;
( irporal K Kv.trJ Cultnrinn,
i-t- j! l'rlt-iii H. (.'able,
..-'herwi'rt HO piivaUH a uuaoimoaa xf
aiou being given.
For sale r.t No. ( East Foar'.h street, an4
The special attention of Sutlers is solicited to
this as being the best article for complaints Is
cident to camp life.
Feb. alt mo.
rhe Confessions nnd f.xpprlcncc of n
Published for the beuofit and as a caution to
jounmnen, nna otuora, who mrter from Nervoua
Debility, Earlv Decay, and thoir kindred ail
monts supplying tho means of aelf-cura. By
ono who nus hiiiiHulf after buing a victim ot
mipln:ed coiiliduiico In incdiciil liumljug and
quuekery. By unclosing a post-paid directed
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Nathanim, Matfaih, Esq., Brudford, Kings
county, Now York.
Fob, April, Juno, Ar.g, Get, Dec 'C3, lyr.
To Nervous Sufferers of Doth Sexes.
A P.EVEKEKD GENTLEMAN JIAVIN
been restored tolicultli la a few days, after tin
dewing till tho usual routi no and lrr."gnlnr ox
pcnsivi modes of treatmont without sutccas, con
ciders it Ills i sacred duty to cominunicato to his
iilllictoi fellow ironttvro tho means ol euro.
lienoo,on the receipt of an addressed envelope,
he will send (free) a copy of the prescription
iiscd. Direct to D. John iil. Paonall, IBS Ful
ton Streot Brooklyn, New York.
March, Muy, July,tcp., Nov., Jan., lyr.
ANNOUNCEMENTS. LEGAL NOTICE.
STATE OF OHIO, VINTON COUNTY.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Georiro W . Bovor A I
Elizabeth Boyer his wifof 1
Margnrct Uttorback I Delta,
and otlic-s. f
Margsrct Ctterback, llcnry Uttorbnc!;. nftho
county of Harrison inthaStotof Ohio. Jsnbol
Ann Utterback, ammor and Mary Uttorback,
both of tho county of Vinton and Stato of Ohio,
will tako notice thatou the Sii day of Juno A.
D. 18tS3 tho said (ieorgo W. Buyer mid Elizabeth
Boyer his wife tiled llieir polition in the Court
of Common Pleas, of Vinton county nnd Sute of
unto, wnerein mm petition is now pending and
nnurciii mo ram viei-ro jinyer ana J'.luubeth
isoyer aomsiuis partition or tho Tullnwing real
estate situated iu tho county of Vinton, nnd
State of Ohio, to-wit : Tho north half nftho
south west ofmrtor of Section number thirtvnnn
(31,) inTowiisl ip number ton, ( It),) of iitnga
numr-er eighteen, (lis,) contamig eiglrty-ono
acres more or loss, nnd that at tho next torm of
said Court, the said Hoorga W. and iilizabeth
Boyer will apply for an order that partition may
be -nude of said promises, and that tho Dower
Estate of the said Mary Utterback therein bo as
signed. This x2d day of June A. I), 1803.
Hi.wiTT EnuisTo.v, GEO. W. BOYER,
Thoir Atl'ys. ELIZABETH BOYER
July 2nd lSiia,-6w
IN THE COURT, OF COMMON PLEAS OF
VINTON COUNTY OHIO.
Honry Johnson, PUff.!
against , ....
Abraham Johnson I n f, f I" Iartition
& Others. f Dofta-j
Abraham Johnson of tho Count v ofJnek.on
and Stato of Ohio, William Johnson. Christiana
Johnson, Sarah Walker formerly AUrah Johnson
William wumer, (J Harlot to Larew formerly
Charlotte Johnson, Joseph Larew, Emily Salts
inrmuny i-iuiiy uonnson, jonn isalls ana Thomas
Fee, Uoorgo Fee and Sarah Juno i'eo, minor
Uoirs or Clarissa hoe deceased, formerly Claris
sa Johnson, all ot the connty of Vinton in the
State of Ohio, Rboda Kite, of tho State of Iowa,
minor hei- of Pollr Kitedoecaaud, formerly Pol
ly Johnson; Nancy Kite formerly Nancy John
soa, Zacbarinh Kite, Teresa Rogers formerly
Teresa Johnson, John Rogers Bd John John
son ot the Male r.f Wisconsin, . will tako notico
tlntt a pertititfn was filed against them on tho
S'jih d cf Juno AD 1 eii, iu tin Court of Com
mon Pleas, within and for tho county of Vinton
and Stato of Jhio, by Henry Johnson ; and is
uow pending, wherein the said Henry Johnson
demands partition of the following real eatato
situated in the county -of Vinton and State of
Ohio to-wit: The north-east quarter ol the
south-east quarter ofseotion number sixteen,
OS.) In Township muntxrtsn, ( 10. of llanaa
numbeTJMventeen, (IT, 1 excepting ten acres off
ot the toutn side ol said lorty i re traei owned
by Dariarin Tarr Co.' Aleo the north west,
quarter of the sonth west quarter of Section nam
ber fifteen, ( 15,) Township; Range aforesaid, ex
cepting ten acres off of the south side of said for
ty aero tract owned by Damarin Tarr A Co., and
also excepting twenty acrea off of the East sido
of the remaining thirty acres owned by William
Walker, being in all forty acres more or less,
and that at the next term of said Court, the said
Henry Johnson will apply for an order that par
tition mar be made of said premises.
Uiwiti t, Edmistom, if ENRY JOIINS0N.
A ! tlliiX , Tt. i ...... -
BLffl DEEDS. MORTGAGES
And all other BLANKS for SALE
SHERIFF'S S ALU.
State of Ohio, pinion County.
Oeorfe A. Arrueife
It. C. Arms, ;
.V .11; t
J. J. AIIISOII. IK ' I n.i..
William II. BUicH f ve,LS- 1 Order of aalu.
PUKSUANT to the eommand it an order of
sale iu the abuve came, to me directed from
tho Court of Common Pleas, of aforesaid connty
ol Viutou,! will ojfar at public al, atlhedoor
of the Court House, in the Town of McArtbur,
iu aforesaid county of Yiuton,on
Saturday tht 1st day of .luyiMt 1863
At the hour of ten o'clock A. M., ofsaidday
the fulkwingrcule.-tatoto-wit: 7 ho north-west
quarter ol'bectiou number thirty-fbur, (34,) in'
Townnh'p number fin, (10.) of Iftinge' Bftooa,
( 15.1 Alsv the west half of the north-east quar-
t-r of Ueclion nuinlxr thirty four, (31.) in Town "
number tea, ( H, 1 of Kango nnmbor fifteen'
i li.l cnntainlnir two hundred and 1'ortT acroa.
. ml a part vl me wesi naiioi vno souto west
quarter of Soollon nnraber thirty-five, (3i,)ln
Township number ton, (li, oflUnge number
fifteen, (15, contuiuing icit acrea beginning at
the oreok below Browns Mil), Browns line Crosse
the creek iu thu south -west courier of Section,
number thirtf-fi.o, (85.) In Township pnmber ,
ten, ( 10.) of Uaugo number fifteen, (IS,) thonca
sonth thirty-two degrees west live chaine and
tlfty-tlirce links to a stake, thence south eighty
six degrees west six chr.ins and forty-three link
to a stake, thenco sonth 49 degrees wot six
chains and forty links to a stake from wldoh a. "
Red oak eight inches In dia.netor bears south, .:
siity-seven an .1 a half degrees west tbifty-4v9
links dlsant, audwl.ite oak fiv e inches in diara-
etor bears north eighty-eight degrees east twenty
liaks diataut. theuee oast On theSeethiD line to
theoreek, thence up the oreck with the mean--darings,
faience to tho place of beginning,
'jnkvii aa the property of William II, Btc!cr
to satisfy a judgmeut of aforesaid Conrt, in i
vsr ol Weorgu A. fc 11. C. Arms. '
Appraised as follows, towit: Two thousancT '
nir.e hundro l and seventy dollar ($2970,) and
must bring two-thirds of that sum.
TERMS OF BALK, cash In hand. ''...:
J. J. McDowxti, AUCH. NORRIS, "
Atty. for i'ltfl-n. Sh'ff V, Co. O.
Jnly Sd. lSM,-pfee9,62-Jw
STATE OF OHIO VINTOM
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Booth a Brahiy .. va Jeblal Fracee etnl
William Allen Fraice and tdward F razee,
Pin kney Tarr and Torrtasa Tarr, wl o are sup
posed to reside at Pikes Peak Stats of Kansas,
will take notice lhatBjoth Brilloy of theeoan- ;
ty ef Juukson nndStuto of Ohio, on'theJlatday -of
October 18W, recovc-cd a jndgmont against i
.Iclilal Krazco than of tho county of Vinton and
Stnto of Ohio and now dcccitsed fer'thotmra ot
six hnndrod and sixty-nine dollars and aeven
coirs(069,u7) with cost taxed V) four-aollarti
and ninety-six eta. (4,!6) In the Cdnrt of Com
mon Pleas of Vlilton County ond Stnto oi Ohio,
that suld judgment remains in full forco Unpaid
and -unreversed. And tiio said Piuknoy Tarr
and Torronsa Turr. W illiam Allen Fraaoe and.
Edward Frnzeo, aro further notified that saiil
Court havo ordered tho heirs and legal represen
tatives of th suld Jehial Frazoo deceased to bo
made partiendoferdanta tosrtid judginorit. And
that Plantiffs at tho next term of said Court af
tor tbo 2!th day of August. A. II. 1868, wiH
movo said Court ts revive said judgment nirainHt
thou and others who aro the legal representatives
of tho said Jehial Frilzno doreased.
BOOTH & BRALEY.
H. B. Bckdt, BivonAN aIIhwitt,
July2dl83,-6w. Their All'ja.
ili v u e s s .
A NEW iND IMPORTANT WORK,
THE FOUR ACTS OF DESPOTISM,
BY D. A. MAIIONY, JF IOWA,
Author of "TheFritonerof 'Statt "
This work swill contain full and official copibs
of the Fou i Great Acta of Despotism by which
the constitulioliai government of Washington
was subverted, and tho irresponsible Lincoln
il) nasty histalled In its plane.- - - i
1. T BE TAX BIMj, by which all tho 7roporty
and rcsomccs ofthopeoplo are mortgaged to
tbo present sdministration.
2. THE CONSCRIPTION BILL, by tvhioh-all
tho bodies of pcor men not worth 'J00 ro
plucu in the hands of the Administration.
8. THE FINANCE BILt, wliich dostroyr State
Banks and places the eudro currency of the
country in the linods of tho Secretary ot tho
Tr. asury. v
4. THE INDEMNITY ACT. (fitting climax.)
whloh pro-nines to indemmfy 'the Prosidoti
for all t ho wrongs ho has 'convmittcd in the
rust or may commit in the future.
Those will each bo proeoedod'by n cnrofull an
alysis, by Mr. Muhooy , ati-1 their unjust, opprtm
sivo, iinconstitntional nnd odiums features poilit
cd out. As n book for refermess, it will be lif
vulnuble to the farmer, the mechanic, tho poli
tician , the -laborer ia fact, tocvory person, fur
these monstrous acts reach from tiio -loftiest man
si on to the Immblerft cabin in tkefaad.
These four acts are not yuMitcd Toor.TnEU
in any other form. They will moke a large oc
tnvo pamphlet -of nearly 200 hundred pnges.iii
good sized type. and. will to sold nt tho low
prico of Fifty Ckn'ts in pnpet, und Skvkntv
eive Cxnts in muslVn binding.
Send on tho orders at once. All orders will
bo filled according to tho date of reception.
First coino, firBUervod,. Tkeearh mtist accotn
pauy all orders. i
Address ' ' ''
VAN EVItlE, HORTON CO.r
Ko. IU2 Nassiiu Street, New York.'
N. P.. Subscrii tiou receivd at this Ollloo. .. ;(
July 2d IS63,-tf. !..- .. .
ON TUESOAYS, THURSDAYS,)'
AND SATURDAYS, DURING; u
ginger r op';
And all other kind of Summer drink t
W. A. JOHNSTON'S! SALOON;
The public will alwajs fad on baud,
full stock of , . i j ., r',..
CONFECTION ARY, ';
To wit: Cream,- Almond, Pcrjpormintj CtoVe
Wintergroen, and every variety! of CANDIES'
Plain, and Fancy, ... i j '"A
KISSES, AUTS, FANCY HEARJSJt&C
7" ORANGES, r . r-iiri
'! i. ji a, .sardines; 11 )(
; t 'A ! A .RAISONS
and every othor article usually sept in a Con fee -tiouary.
Also, Fresh Bread, Ginger CaltoJ, Jtwi
bies, Sponge Cake and Fresh Craekers.
W" Parties Bnnplied with Cakes and Confec
tionaries,at the shortest notice, and at the loweal
cash price. W. A. JOHNSTON.'-'
'July 2nd, 1862-tf. '
NOTICE TO TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES,
AND TOWNSHIP OFFICERS.' , '
NOTICE is hereby given to Township Trus
tees and other township offlcere, who are
entitled to a copy of the General Laws, of Ohio
that they have been recioved and are now ready
fordiitribulion. . . . . 1 '
A. N. COZAD ,''.;
:. . And'r V.Co.O.J
July 2nd lS63-3r.