herein McArthut. Tae question is
was Blair invited to make- finch a
epecch t It was th&ty the doty of
tho Worthy Graad toiave called him
to order, under all ihe circumstances
The sound of the gavel should of been
beard. The order after being joined
by their Ladies and a few invited
L'uesta reformed in procession and
moved on Mill, Locust and High Stf.
to the Union School Hall, whore we
are told the Ladies bad a splendid
dinner. . We aud our butter halfro-
tireing in good order from the church
With a host of others considering no
no bUmo attached to tl o order for tbo
imposition. . Wo hope sincerely that
this Professor will stump the county
--this fall, for he will convipco our He-
publican neighbors what we havo been
trying sinco last, September 2nd. to-
wit: That Ibw objects of this war are
ververted from one to establish the
' Constitution nd Union over revolted
States to one for 'emancipation of
4,000 000 Of slaves in 'those States.
We wonld recommend -to the Profes
sor the prayerful .'consideration of the
fallowing words. "lie that knoweth
ray masters will anddoeth itJiot, shall
be beaten with many stripes.
On last Monday . Dispatches reach
ed our town about noon, that our ar
,iny was victorious over the rebels in
Tonn. taken 15,000 prisoners and
. whiping them at all points. Soon
another dispatch arrived saying we
had 40,000 prisoners and ISO gnns
captured, and hopes of taking Loo's
whole army. This, very commenda-
bly too, mado our citizona jubalant.
And in the ovening a meeting was
held in the Court Houso. We heard
it was to be a speech from Professor
Blair, and did not go, for tho reason
that we expected he would insult eve
ry Democrat present. We are now
told that Judge Plvley spoke; and
made this mooting au occasion to give
us a backset, from which wo say to.
our friends wo have recovered, because
we bad published the communication
a Hearer" on a speech of tho Judge8
6oido timo ago in tho Court IIouoc.
In recard to that communication we
had a few words with tho Judgo, and
ho denied it in part, wo havo net seen
our correspondent; but we did see a
gentleman, to whom he refcrcd us, for
the tanth of tho statements when he
Landed us the, communication. This
i latter gentleman saystl is trus in sub
stance and he thinks ho can substan.
ciate it by several who wero present
at time" our citizens will seo how nn
called for this abuse ol us was, on tho
lart of the Judgo, when wo only gavo
our columus to tho use of as much of a
coutleinau as t ho Judge pr any other
men who will take the advantago of
an occasion of general rejoicelng, to
attack a neighbor, a pretty way surely
to produce harmony and good feeling.
Now. we say to the Judgo if ho has
doffed his Judicial robes that wo re
spectfully request him to meet ns liko
h man, before tho people of Vinton
county, and discuss in an honorable
manner the issues now before tho poo.
plo. fOnr stay in Vinton has been
about as long as the Judges, question8
of our personal acts and character we
leave to our neighbors. These ques
, tionsasto who are or who are not
Traitors time will . prove. Wo havo
nevsr, either in thought, word or act,
been anything else- than for the Con
stitgtion and Laws and the whole
Union, which wo hold to bo the Gov
ernment, and we sustain the officers
the Government in all legal acts,
Peaceably if we can forcebly if we
muat. We are opposed to the Rebel
lion as Judge Plyley or any other
man.'and we have not opposed the
war, we hare opposod the EmaDcipa.
'tion edicts, suspension of the habeas
corpus, Arbirtary arrests of Democrats
xejnsal of trial by j ury &c. Wo have
always avowed onrselvs as willing to
refer these matters to ttial fy his lion.
J. P. Plyley, - Judge Ilewitl and
CaptJEdmi8.ton'8 speeches we have
beard spoken of by many .as very ap
propriate and well received.
OF ILL KINDS.
Also, Warehouse Trucks,
uciicr it esses, avc.
FAIRBANKS, GEEENLEAF a, CO.,
Like Btreet, Chicago. Sold in CinotnuO
, by THABEH
f d l OCR
ry Be careful to buy
lBnary 1, 1863 yl
mm DEEDS; MORTGAGES
And all other BLANKS for SALE
The McArlhur Demora
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF VINTON COUNTY.
FOR LEGAL HOTIOES BEE FOURTH FAGS
Till TBOI BOAO TO WEALTH, II TO AOVtKTIbi
TooiaDirNEss. TERMS, FAY IN ADVANCE.
SM. FETTENGILL fc CO.. Advertiisn
Aonts, No.. 87 Park Kow, New York ii
SState Street, Boston are our A punt a end ro
authorized t tuke .idvertieemeuta and Suh
eripttone for an it oar Lowest Kates.
Democrat for the Campaign
We propose to send the "Dl:lloclUT', from
now unlill after the Eleo tion for 25eta., eacli.-
VV e hope our friends ia tho Townships will no
to work and get usup clubs. Youcan alltoe
the Importance ofhavinira circulation of our
homoorg-an, and we know you will not regret
tuning a little time to help us in plituin ti.u
Uemocrat in the hands ol our citizens.
Democratic County . ton-vcntiOit
Tho Democratic Central Committco
of tho county, consiJorii)j cxpresions
ot the mi county convention as direc
tory to them in regard to the mode of
selecting candidates, for tho county
offices to bo voted , fcr at the ensuing
October election, have resolved to call
a County Delegate Convention to be
bold at tlio Court Honso in AlcArthur
on Monday July 20M at 3 o'clock F.
Tho Democracy of tho several Towu
ships will meet at tho several places'
of holding elections therein, on Sat
urday July tha ISM between the
hours of 3 and 5 oHock P. 21. and el
ect Delegates to nominate one Iieper
scnlativo forStato Legislature; one
rrobate J udge; one county dork and
and County Commissioner.
1 be rates of representation, is one
delegate for every 25 votes cast for
J udge lcaunoy at the last October ele
ction and one delegate for each frac
tion ovor 12 votes.
The following is tho number of 'el
egatcs to which each township is en
will also BDDoint
delogate ta tho Senatorial Convection
By order of Committee
D. S. DANA, Sec'y.
J no 25th-63,
Attention Democrats. Don't
forget to turn out to your Township
meetings, on Saturday, the 18th inst.,
to elect delegates to our County Con
Candidates. The Democracy will
seo to it. that they talk over, and
give tho Candidates announced a fair
play at the Convention.
Ice Cueam. To thoso who have not
enjoyed tho refreshing cooling effects
of the finest quality of Ice Cream
this hot weather, wo say call at Billy
Johnston's Saloon and bo convinced.
Jared Randall's Lies, published
in tho Register, will bo attended to
in duo timo.
Every man should read Etueuaqe'
letter on tho outsido of this paper
It is one ot the severest criticisms ol
tho Administration wo havo published
3 r j. .i , .
aim irom one oi mo urmesc ot our
Militia Organization. Our Mili
tla havo dono nobly in tho wav ot
organizing. All tho Townships' but
one. wo aia lnlormed. havo elected
their officers. Tho returns are not
all in tho Sheriffs hands vet Wo
rvill give a list next week.
Spectacles I'ersons desiring to
be suited proporly with a pair of the
beet Fekisoopio Cetstal Spectacles
should not iail to call on L.M.Polac
hek, fiom the Columbus Optical In
stitnto at tho Hnlbert TIouso McArth
nrlrom tho .Stli till, tho 11th. of this
month only. Givo him a call and be
convinced that no is able to suit the
most dithcnlt Ev6-sight with the verv
best Glasses: Also Microscoues and
all kinds of Mathemetical Instruments
tor sale. " '
Democrat for the Campaign HYMENIAL.
MARRIED. On tha 1Ii Inf. 1..J n
Elliott, Esqr. Mr. ASA 1. SCOTT, to Mi? MAR.
CARET KINNEY, all of Vinton Count Ohln
io tne nappy pair we wish long life and all
the nl naainriki nf nnnnVitnl kll
NOTICE TO TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES,
AND TOWNSHIP OFFICERS.
VTOTICE is hereby clven to T
and other 'ownhip officers, who aro
enUtledtoa copy of the General Laws of Ohio
that thoy have been recioved and are now readj
for distribution. 3
A. N. COZAD,
Aud'r V. Co.O.
July 2nd 1863 3w.
AVE R N STAND,
FOR SALE. TliePropeitvig aitu
ted to AllnSTille, Vinton County Ohio
and k.wn aa tneMiller Hotel. A bar.
eain will ba Riven.
Vot lorma appiy to njcnfti f aiimjs,
April,l6th, 1863 t McArlhur.O,
. I - 1 , TTlDUfflW 1T
Ma. Foitor; Fleas me Bounce the name of
UAKKlburt LxLE, ae a candidate for Kepre
eentative in the next Lejrulature, subject to the
decision of the Democratic, coontr Convention.
Edito DiMocaaTt Fleas announce the
name of A. J.S w AIM, asasaUabla coodidate
for Repersentative of Vinton county, In the next
Legislature, subject to the decision of the Dem
ocratic county Convention.
MANY VOTEBS. '
M. Editor : We wish you to annoonca the1
name of E. A. BEATTON, as a candidate before
the Doraocrutic county Convention, and subjeot
to its decision, for Kapresentallvo iu the Legis
Utare fur Vinton county:
Mr. F.eitob. Pleas auuounce the name of
11AZENE. 6MJLTC,m a candidate for FaoeaTt
J uuux subject to the Democrats Convention.
Ma. tniToa: riease announeo the name of
s. C. UASh, as a suitable candidate for theof
flceof Probate Judge, for Yiutoi. county, sub
ject to the decUiou of the Domocratio county
Convention. MANY DEMOCRATS.
Major Urattov : Will pleas announce the
name of Lieut. SAMUEL WILSON, us a cauJi
date for Clerk of the Court of Common Fleas,
subject to the decision of the Democratio county
Couveutioii. Lieut. WiLsoNisaflrra Democrat.
a:Uonsofthe Democratio Traitors who has
proved hiii loyalty, by the lost of a lev on tho
field, and Isevery way qualified for the duties of
wierK. emg renderd nuabld to labor, he should
iccieve mo lavoraoie consiueranon ot the fe
mocruey. MANY DEMOCRATS.
Euitob Democrat : Fleas announce the name
or J W. KAT ULli fKt as a condidata for Clork
of Common Fleas Court, subject to tho decision
of the Uemoorauo eounty Convention.
Mr. KniTon: Pleas announce the name of
J. N. ilUTSUN, as a canuidato for Clera of the
Court of Common 1 'leas, subject to the Demo
Mr. Ennon: You will please announce the
namoof a. C. STAINBROOK, as a candid ate for
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas subjeot to
the decision ot' the Duinocritio (tonnty Convo
tiou. MANY VOTERS.
Mn. Editor : Pleas anuouuoe the name ef
JOHN D. WILKINSON, usa candidate for
couuty Commiasiouor su-Jject to tho decision ol
the yomocratic, couuty convention.
Editor Diwochat. Plons announce tho name
of JAMES McGlLLlVKAY.of Jaokson Tp. as a
candidate for CoiisiissioNiR, subject to the Dem
ocratio ConveuUon. MAMi VOTERS.
Mn. Editor: Ploase announce the name of
WILLIAM CLAKK, as a caudidato for Cummia-
liotor, subject to tho docUion of the Democrat
ic county Convention.
'i-ST iiBAUQUAHTfcKB CotlPAMV II, (1. (i. (i ti
Six ib A'ogimeut, O, V., C'amp at Beverly, Va.
July 27, lBdl.
.Dr. V. W. Rosaok: Cincinnati, Ohio: We
roceived your long wished for and welcome Ren
edics a fow days ago, and hasten to return you
a unanimous expression in regard toourhlgu
opi nion of tho merits of vime.
We have usod them with great benefit in otii
Company, and heartily attest to the public opi u
ion of their great benefits. In our cases, espe
cially where there have boou so many great
changes as from tho civilian iu daily routiue , in
business, at home, to thu exposed linbitsofao-
tlve soldiers in a strango ul'1 unnatural country
do we most appreciate tho merits of such Heaven-sent
valueeos yours. To all thoso iu out
position do we" most emphatically recommend
your ltemedios, being assured, from experience,
they will be a vory welcome companion.
Yours very truly,
Joseph A. Andrews,
Capt Co. B, Sixth Keg't. 0. V.
Signed ... , .
James Y. Somple, 1st Sorgoant Comnvny B.
Chas, H.Foster, Sd Sergeant.
('has. B.Russel, 1st Lieut. Co. 6'Ji Kog't O.V,
Thos. 8 Royse, 2d Lieut. u
. B, Warren, 3d Sergeant, i,
6. A, Thayer, 4th gergeant,
Saml. I). Schooley. Commisary,
Carooml t'has. W. laylor;
Corporal Edward Dultinunn,
Corporal Carlton 0. Cable,
.ogothorwith 69 privates a unanimous exp
sion boing given.
tor salettlNo. 8 husl fourth etroot, and
Dmggibts ovory whero.
Thospeclal attention of Sutlers is solicited to
this as being tho best article for complaints in
cident to camp llfo.
To Nervous Sufferers of Doth Sexes.
A REVEREND GENTLEMAN HAVIN
been restored to health In a fow dVB. after un
dorgologall tho usual routine and irr."irular ex
pensive modes of troatmont without success, con
xiilurs It his sacred duty to communicate to his
afllictol fellow cronturos the means of cure.
lioueo, on tho receipt of an addressed envelope,
no win ruuu iuuuj n cvjij vi viio prcavi 1('.I0I1
uscu. juircci 10 u. ooim a. daonall, lae i ul
ton Stroot Brooklyn, Now York.
March, May, July , Sop., Nov., Jan., lyr.
EPHKAIM KOCKIXOLD'S ESTATE.
MOT ICE Is horebr eiven that the undoreiirn
11 od had heen anno'-nted Admiiiintrntnt.riT mtiA
quuligcd of the ctate ot Ephraim Bockhold luto
ui liiii ijuiiiiLV ill v iiiLiin ifn n. nn-RRinn.
July 9th 1363-3W. LUSETTA ROCKUOLD
STATE OF OHIO, FINTON COUNTY
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
woorffO W liover A I
Elizabeth Royer his wifef
MargBret Utterback I Defts,
and others. f
MarirarotUttorbaos:, llonry Uttorbaclr. of t.h
oonntv of Harrison intheStatoof Ohln. Thi
Ann Utterback, aminor and Mary Utterback
both of tho county of Vinton and State of Ohio'
.!lt tnl.. ..tnn .I..04JJ f T . '
win un-! uvwiuo .iiu. vi. .iiu uu uujf oi June a
D. 1863 the said Oeoree W. Royer and Elizabeth
Rorer his wile filed their petition In th Pnn,i
of Common Pleas, of Vinton county and State of
Ohio, wherein taid petition Is now ponding and
wueroiu mo oiu uoi.ijjg i.ucr ana iiiizaoetn
Royer demands partition or the following real
estate situated In the county of Vinton, and
citato of Ohio, to-wit : The north half of tho
south west quarter of Section number thirty-one
(31,)lnTownship number ten, (10,) of Range
number eighteen, (18,) containig oighty-ono
acres more or lets, and that at tho next term of
said Court, tho said Oeorgo W. and Elizabeth
Royer will apply for an ordor that partition may
be made of said Promises, and that the Power
Estate of the said Mary Ultorback therein be as
signed. This 22d day of J Une A. D, 1863.
HlWITT f,DMISTOH, UKO. W. KOYER,
Their Att'ys. ELIZABETH EOYER
Jul) Jud 1368.-6W
MISS EMMA LOWERY,
MILLINER & MAKUAMAKER
McArthur, Ohio, 2d door East of tha M.
E. Church, would respectfully inform the
Citizens of MoArthui and vicinity that she is
prepared to do all kinds of Millinary and
Mantuaraaking work at short notice, and at
She guarantee 8 satisfaction aa to workman
ship, and tha latest and most fashionable
styles. Bring your old Bonnets and have
' rf . O
Apr. 16, '63, 4-rao-
The Best Way io
For the Best and
We are now opening a New Stock
of the latest Spring Styles, oi
Fancy and staple
Calicoes. Muslina of nil Kinds. Ticks, the largest lot brought
to this place. Silks, Fancy and Black Lairns of all
kinds. Dress Goods of every Discription I
CUSTOM MADE OLOTIMG,
A LARGE LOT OF PANTS,
Boots and Shoes, which will be Sold al Cost.
MEATS of all KINDS,
Cotton Yaru, Calling, Brooms. Wool Twine.
WASH-BOARDS, WOODEN BUCKETS, TUBS, CLOTHES-PiNS, JV
AND BRUSHES. ' .jOIS
ZANESVILLE ' PLOWS m
Save Your 8300
CASSINETS of ALL KINDS
ENCOUUGE UOME WORKS.
BENJAMIN DILL PROPRIETOR
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
AMD MAKES TO ORDER.
Stove, Plow, Ifolloir ward
ALL OTHER KIND OF CASTINGS
rllE undersigned is new prepared to execute
promptly all work nrJered in his line of
biiBineits. AU kinds of Castings asually made
at foundries, will be kept on hand and for aala
at the moet roasonablo rates.
Thtt facilities of the Foundry uTtu'lVsd, a It
is, In the midst of Furnaces where the raw
metal It always to be had at a saving expence,
rausl be evident to all ( and the subscriber be
ing determined not to be outdone either in tha
quality or cheapness, of his msnufactursi.--asks
fur and hopes to receive the patronage ef
We are manfactorlnv K.i anil luiln
proved Cas Mill. Thow wishing a mill will
do well to hand in their ordor in time.
Febnnry lath 1368. tfj
ON TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS,
AND SATURDAYS, DURING
And all other kind of Summer drinks it
Wt A, JOHNSTOVS SALOON
The public will alWava find on hand a
full (lock of
To wit: Cream, Almond, I'oppcrrnint, CIot.
luvninuii, hbu uvery vuiinty 01 CAnillho'
1'luin and Fancy,
KISSES, HUTS, FAXCY HEARTS, M
and every other article nsnally Kept in a Confeo
tionary. Also, Frosh 11 riad, Dinger Cakes, Juiu
blos, Hponge Cake and Fresh Crsckors.
. t-ST Fartioa supplied with Olios and Confeo
tiouarlos, at the shortest notice, and at the lowost
oash price. W. A. OIISTOH.
July 2nd, 1362-tf.
AND WIDOWS, AND RELATIVES
OF DECEASED SOLDIERS.
The law of Conftoss approved July S3 1851.
provides for a bo unty of $100, to all Volunteer
for three years ar during the war. In case of
the deotb of a Soldior while in the service, thia
bounty, togethor with all arrears of bnyldue tha
deceased, msy be obtained by his widow or re
latlvos as tho case may be.
The act of'Congrou approved July Hth ISA!
gives a ponsion to the following classes of per
sona. 1st. To aillnvulidsdlsabilodsince March 4th
1SU1, in the Military or naval Service of the
2d. To widows oi ofHcors, Sold'urt or Beaman,
dyirg of wounds received or of dosoasecoutrac
'ed in tho Military or nuval service.
8J. To Children under It) years of ajre of sash
deceased porsonsif there isnd widow surviving
or from tho lime of the widows rorriarriage.
4th To mothers ofdoconscd ollicers or sol
diers; PiOvlded tho deceased left no widows,
or children under 16 years of ago, and provid
ed sold mother was dependant in whole or part
ly upon the labor of the deceabed for support.
6th To sisters nndei 16 years of aim j of auoh
iiccearec soldiers, dopendeut on the latter who
lly or In part fur hor support. .Provided there)
are no rightful claimants of tho throe last pre
ceding clause. The amount? allowed in cue
of deceived otflcor or soldiers range ftem
fS, to $30, por month owing to rankof deceased
Invalid ponsion will depend upon the lank
and nature os fdthisability not exceeding 39
per month In any case.
The undersigned has procured license for tlia
purpose, and is now aitthorizod to prosecute
claims; against the general government in al(
cases arising under llu various acts of Congress
and will give prompt attention to all claims in
trusted to him. Nn charge for services will be
mado whore the claim Is wholly dlsnlowed.
MeArlhor Foby 6lh 1863, B.l'.HEWITT.
TO YOtNO MEItt
Jvtt lilithed,in a Sealed Earxlop. Fricti Cml
A LECTURE on the Nature, Treatment
and Radical Cure ol Spermatorrhoea or Sem
inal Weakness, Involuntary Emisaiona, Sex
ual Debility, and impedimenta to Marriage,
generally, Nervousness, Consumption, Epi
lepsy and Fits ; Mental and Physical Inca
pacity) resulting from Self-Abuse, &c By
ROOT. J. CULVERWELL, M. D., Authoi
of tha Orten Book, c.
The world-renowned author, (n this admi
rable Lecture, clearly proves from his own"
experience that the awful consequences- of
Self-Abuse may be effectually removed'
without medicine, and without dangerous
surgical operations, bougies, instrument
rings, or cordials, pointing out a nfbdo of
cure at once certain and effectual, brnhirb'
every sufferer, no matter wha his conditio
may be, may cure himself cheaply priva'elr
and radically. Thia Lec'iure will rjrow k
boon to thousands and 'ihn,i.n5
c . j i .
aied envelop, on . rece! lt'.i,rJ,t.
twonoataoa alair... i . T " . .
Feb.88 V' 1 ,P-t Office Box.4386
. . r Vln 1irtofnra eifsint h.etwaon
l tha undeisienod in tne'pfactfce of lav, has by
andeisignod in me prauueo ma y
- -tion 6fthanre.liinittJan mnr.
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