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V ilcAllTHUn, OHIO :
THURSDAY - - 'UI7V 93 ISOfj
rr i n k consiti ij rmv as I" is.
TilE UNION ASH' WAS. Til. Ni:KO
WUI.IIK Hi: JS. Hiid tho l.iifnrcrmPiit
of th Lnw Hnliit nil ClRci;r who
b.ifu iiMirpvd Aull.rtrity, na well iw tlic
I'iodIu who Commit jlrt'iicht'a ul the
fUlv n;iiSII)ivT l. IS'M.
Ob M-..V, UHI. :
SubKt loth Dtc'fion of lbs Democratic j
Coiivtniion vf te ichalt Union.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET
rou oovrbsor.
CLEMENT h. YALLANDnHAM,
v ' 01 Monigomi'iv Ciimitv,
tllCTEStilT n vtft. Hi.
GEORGE E. PUGM. . I lUmllton. ' '
A0D1TI Or fTtlE,
WILLIAM HUOBAltD. of L-jyii.
TIIKASURF.a if TT:
HORACE S. KN PP. of ,M'tul
IUPREME Jf'lUC.
P. VAN TRUMP, o( r.irfic:;r.
BL'ASP or PUBLIC VORT.
JOHN li HE AUK.', of B.-imont.
I
:
I
i
Ihinocrntic ('oiuily Convent.
On
TliO Pc-ni'icrntic Ciji'.imI Committee
. .. , . " j-
tqry t thom in regnrd to tho mode ol
i-U-cling candidates, fur the county
rfji.-i:n to be Vuti.'d l r hPiIiC ensuing
October i-lction, have-.resolved to call
a County Dulegatu (.-nn vi-nt iun to lie
hold ni tlieComt IK nuo in McArtlun
fi Movd'iy Aiigutt Mlhai I oV'oel
I'M.
Tiiu Democracy of i'no bhvumI Town
fliiis will meet at the o.rvcral places
i'ft holding tk-ttii'lH therein, on 6't!
urduy Awjmt tht 15!i ht-twei-n the
iiours of 3 mid 5 olock '. Jl. unci el
ct D. Ic-g;tt08 ro ti'ininto ono Ueper
e niativo hr Stnte L-gialatJiv; one
I'rotwte Ju'ig-; onw oMinty (Jicrl. find
and County V. mimipeionui'. '
The nted of repiiwntiition, in .me
ieleu!f fi-r t-vfry 25 vM. cast for
JuJe Rinn.'.v m tlie Usl Octoler ele
ction tind ore .delegiite lor eai-li fine
tion ov.ir 'i v. tc5.
Tlie fe-llowing in the number of .!ul
nnte.6 to which euch township is en
titled, viz
JlvOwi-j,: 55
Clntdii, 7
Elk, 8
Harrison, 3
JckS'.-ii, 4
Knox,
iladifeon
Riclilund,
Swun,
Vinlon,
i
8
3
d
Wilkesvillei
This Convention wiiI hIho uppolnt
delegatB to the Senatorial Uonvuution
J.y Older of Comiiiiueo
' " I). S. DANA. See'y.
. July 23th-03, ,
Morgans Raid in Vinton.
In passing cast Morgana forces en
tered tho south east corner of Vinton
Co.; and encamped wear Wilktsvillej
on Friday night. At this place they
took all the horses they could get,
opened the stores (Mid took about $3.
000 worth of goods. Dr. Biubop,
Iron) jjoine caueo, was tho especial
object oHlieir spite, they stripped him.
h.ojo,' mtidiciiies and househohl goodfli
tdj.urd him to kill him,', his hi
djlig in a cavo wo prcanme saved his
Jito... Tho force,' on Saturday, moveA
Soatli and on Monday nihta part'ot
the i force, a!uut iOO strong eucain
id near VHllny Furnace, and moved
tioiih paeBin's lmilcVeket'. of E;iglo
Furnace, thctico north lq Vinton Fur.
nace, thence to Vinton Station, thence
north ea?t:of Mo Arthur fa. Eli Dun
klo8,6,-ou-rl)o,roiid. leading fraiw. ,Lo
gdnW'McArthur, ' tliente" rSortlf' to
Chpt Karnes' i'a'rm and there encamp
ed 1, On Wednesday at G At Mm this
detachment moved north cast towards
Nelsonsville, passing out of Vinton
feofween Mt. I'lea?ant and New "lyin
$joth'.VoTll9 only '. 'daCJjgo . done; ;.in
Vui ton was a'general steajlngonior
M, goodi iWiVto?c"ati(i wliai :
wameo? to eat and Jrfnfcr: We hayC
in oar jail fourof tjbi mea captured
ecopts. '.'The '. gieatest Insult 'to
-onr . people was compelling 80nje of
our citizena to pack-rails to burn
.the bridgug, cattle guards' and culverts
o theS. & H. V. R. U.
i
Battle of Buffington Island.
On Saturday July 19, a detach
tnont of Morgan's force attempted U
cross l lie Ohio, at'Bnffington Island,
(rum the bed information (and we got
it all) wo Lavo .rorclnded that this
was one of Morgan's rusea, plajed oil
again with success. Morgan placed
two fjuus at tlic bland and about 600
nitu whila. the main boj.of his men
cMBfled the ffver flbouf 16 miles 'fur.
thiT up. ; Tiw.two gun lattory..jrjY,
tuined tlic put boati and led Geu.
J udith's command to follow them to
the river , h4 Gen. HooboV -'was
. ... "
Lieut. Ifiluhu'a f'flicial ucconnt of the
battlo.' 'J' '., "', '
. VAMiixorox, - July '.21.' The. fol
lowing win recti red this evening:
w ,ui j i r.AiUaVlt AU VUDB,, A U'J V & UL IT
FINT"N JaLANP, Ohio RlVBR sJulv
1Q m it r'.-' n.... 'u
lv 10 ""N- wlDBoN V XLLM, becfo
taij ottho JNavy: chasing
MorHn nearly five Ituudrcvi tnilca, i
ju mm inn nun l-n IIh nvvr HI llila
l'-rV""iX '"s''iiiiery
ami abandoned the real to Gvnoral
Judah. Tim UK-ray bruke in roiilu-1
Biou Irom tnu iianLs, ana 1tft' hi
triiin mnriv liAfaua' nt.'.l II
a . . - .
arni8ii my posaeMtioa. ' '
'Siuoe wr tin,; the above I How
ed Turner .. up the nv5r, ,andy found,
another portion .of Morgim'a foi'oe
fording, fourteen. iniluB .above. I
shelled them and drove most of thorn
hack . Several were killed, fJltm n or
(thirty ' wi'iindud and 'twe'uiy ' horses
iliupturud i huve but twonieii wound
ed 8'.ik'hl!y. Our shell and shrapnel
created grout .conluBimi in ;hu rtbel
(ranks, killing and wounding munv
LEROY FITCH,
"Lieutenant Commanding."
Tim captured gnus arrive ut i,rttk
metitli ii Siir.d.-xy i vuing, Morgan's
deuthui-nt, aliir . losing their Vvvo
gun buttery, iiudw a charge," as we
ttru informed, on Gon. Judah a Cav
lulrv At.rl i-nnthfi tlinin 'I'Kia la '
j - - ... . - . . . w iut
lust wo heard ot Oen. , Judah. We
underntand Gov. Tod has telegraphed
to Col. Kioney'Vor information of the
whereuhonts of Morgan, llobeon, .Ju.
dull and Kinney. At this; battle of
Buflington we had two men shot, not
d'lngcioiisl'y. ye)iav n!a"accpnnt
of th killed or wounded on Ilia rebel
side, if any. ' We . have : reli'ablo'.' iu
forn:ati(in that wo havo captured -200
prisoners, at th'a Buffiingtun 'figlit,
and the remainder is tlio same de
tHi-hment that pfled np ii'rih -thro'
Vinton, after capturing about ' 000 of
our militia near' Keystone Furnuco
in Jaoksori Co., nnderMaj ii Haiti,
who Biirrenderad without fii irg a gun.
Vinton Militia.
1.500 strong was discharged from
C'tnip Portsmouth .on '.Tuesday the
21st i'nut. 'They Im'te neatly all ar
rived homo. We never saw such ft
i:ifriutie reppon5e as that exhibited in
Vint "n on Monday evening when we
rend the Governor's order and - on
Wednesday;' morning wtj";had over
l,0i)0 men at fhmden for transporta
tion tocutnn.' ' 0;i Thm-sdav mf.rninur
wo had over 1,500 mlitia in in camp.
We wire tho first county tri'.camp,
though the jfloat distant. .-Our com-
paniHS were organiaed on the 4th, and
a'l that ,CL Kinne. ha', to. do was to
appoiut fit-Id ofJlceiB. . We will , give
nutans next week. .r
AtYWOVKCfl.YIKlVTS.
DECLiNATJON." ' fi
M a' Bbatw:' ,yAs I ft 4iame
of Lt. SAMUEL WILSON, aunoun.
ccd for Clerk in your pfpef,''. and rirtl
knowing he was a candidate beforo-,
li now oecliue , being a candidate, and
here'return tliaykl, to, Xai 7 friends.
and hope that. theywrl concniv .'.Lt.
Wilson has lost a leg-.'-while! bravely
derendingt;leiif'onr. Country and
r 1 . ae" a . . a.
is a cripie tor uie,. an is well, quali
fied for the ofiioe, I Lave both legs
and can live with out any offi.e. ..-,
- July 16-63 Yours
-n - . -. (1 J.N. UUTSON.
' ' Mh. Eoitor. Pleas announce the
name of O.T. GUNNING, as a can
didate for Ucnresontativo in the next
Lcgislatora.BTjIjHct to thO'Deejeion of
tne'Ltinocrat!o tonntv Uonf etit.on.
- "MANY DEMOCRATS.
M. Tditor: Tleas aRnnihce''tne name of
UAKKlnOIH LYLE, ss a candidate fir Kepre
minUUve in the next Wiilitttiro,-' imbjoct to the
v.j, b,ui4 vi ,uv v4quivviiii: i-iniiii.y LfVTivenilVll.
-l. - MANY YOTER8v
Edjtor Dxvociiat : rtease annonnca the
name of A. J. SWAIM.'aa aaatiabla condidata
tor KeperranUtltre of Vinton oonnty, In the next
Lg:iiuuro. sqnjon, w iht dociuon or the Dera
ocraticcounty Coavsolioa. '
,-,:-. ...- -,, r..MANY .VOTERS,
. Ka.EDrroR : We wiab you to, annocuice the
nan e ot E..A. BRAXTON, ae a candidate before
the Democratic county Conveniion. -mrA anhinnt
j. ... - F. .
w mowimon, ior Depreaeniauva ill tb Legit-
U.lM f.i Vl.tnn Mnnl..
--T11E .DEMOCRACY. - .
Mr. 7tob. --Pleas announe the name of
IIAZEN it sv.oA.o.aa candidate ror faoaaTi
Jonoi snbieoi to in uemocreuo t'onTentlon.
DEMOCRATS. M8.EirTo t tleaae annonnce tb same of
8. C. CAMS, s ruuaoie raavmaie ior tntol-
fice of Probte Jndge, ror Viotow eouuty, tub
iectte the deciaioa efthe Demooratie county
-UBraUoa mi i awat i .
aiajob bbatton : Will pi
nsmeof Lieut. SAMUEL WILSON, m eandi
data for dork ofth Court of Common Flas,
subject to ibe deolstoe ofth Deraooratieeoanty
Convention. Liont. Wilson is a firm Democrat,
and one ofth Democratic Traitor who hu
proved hi loyalty, by the lost oft- leg on the
field, unit Is every way qualified for tie do ilea ef
Clerk. otng renderd unabld to labor, be ehonld
reciev the faTorabla consideration of the Democracy.
MANY DEMOCBAT8.
Editor DaiioeiuT t Pleas eononnce,thnme
of J W. BATtfLIFFE, a oondidaU for Clerk;
or common a lea Court, subject W lb decision
r , I,. 1 1 i ! . . n . . .
MANY DEMOCRATS.
M. Fditob: You will clean announce the
namsof 8. C. 8TA1NBROOK, as acaudidate for
Uerkofthe Court of Common Plea tnbjeot to
the decision of the JJeioocrttio Connty Conve
tion. ,!j .MANY VOTERS.
Mr. Fdiiob: TMeaa announce the name ef
.IOIIN
U. WILKINSON, a a candidal for
'"".7 -0,nmi"i""'r' " disioQ.f
the yomocrstic, eouvention.
county .
j oitor dbmocrat. rieas annoor.ee the mm
cl'.I AMl.d MoUILLIVRAY.of Jwkson.Tp
candidate for CVmussiu.Tiia. subject to the urn
Ocratio Couvention. MAMY VOTKF.3.
Mr. Eoitor : Please annonnce the name of
WILLIAM CLAKK, aa a candidate for Commla-
moi.er. aaiijtict to the Uecimon of I lie Demoorat-
io couuty Convention.
i ' II ARUI30N TOWNSHIP.)
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1
j IIiii'qriRTtRa Compant H, (1.0.00
Dr. C. W. Roba; Cincinnati, Ohlo:-Ti
reived yom long wished fur and welcom Rem
ea'e ifew d(lJ"K' f'1 hs,en ""urn ,08
m KIIHiiiiuvill S.UIDO.IUU 1U ITLI. W VUI U.K
ipiiiion or tnom-rita or vime.
Wi kavi nacd them with ereat benefit In oni
Corttpany. and heartily atteac to the publluopln
ion of their grunt benufiu. In our case, tape
c'mlly Trliuni there have been ao many great
c1iniifra a-: from the civilian In daily routine, lo
bniincaa.at home, to tbu expoaed habit of ao
ttva aoldiora in a atranfre aid onnatnrul country
do we moat appreciate the merit of auch Ilea
on -font vnli,eas youra. To all thoae loom
ponitinn do we moat emphatically recommend
your Ilomediea, boiug aaaured, from experience,
tlmy ertltbe a very walcome companion. .
; . Yvure very trnlv,
JueEFH A. AMDRlwe,
C'apt. Oi. H, 8ixtb Rcg't.0.
Hlfnr;:
Jamjh V . Suinple. tut Serjeint Compeuy B.
Chai, il.Koater, t 8!r(roaut.
f'haa. B Knaael, lt Lieut. Co. '.n R'jt O.T.
' Th'X. 8 Koyfo, 2d Lieut. ,, '
E C, Warrcu, 31 Ajrguant,
1 8. ., Thaver, 4th sergeant,
Haml. D. Sohoolry. Coruinidary,
Carnoral Chua. W. laylur;
I Corriorul EJinrJ Bultmunn,
Corr-rul Curl ton 0. Cable,
.ogaihurwith 69 privaioa-a unanimoun ixp
inn tming given, , .. '.
For pale ut No. i Eaot Fourth ttreet,' aad
PruiTiriata everywhere.
Timapoclitl a'ttoiition of 8iitlerai aoticited to
this a boing the but artk-le for cumplainte la
Oidnnt tu camp lil'o.
' Fob. alt uo. '
To Nrrvona Sullcrera of lioth Neiei.
A F.EVF.KrNP GENTLEMAN HAVINO
bi-eo roatored to health in a feir days, aileron
derolngall tlio usual routine and Irrrgnlarex
I'enpil vi modea of trust ment ultliout ancccaa, eon
idur it liiaaacred duty to comuinniooie to his
afflictoi fulloar treaturea the means ofenre.
lluiico. on the receipt nf an addreaaed envelope,
lie wiU aond . (fre) a copy of the prexiiption
nued. Direct to D. John M. Daohall, IBS Fal
lot) 8tret Rrooklyn, Now York,
i March, May, July, Sep., No., Jan., lyr.
ATTATCII.MENT.
Pomtiol Bl re, Tittr. 1 Before Dantet Bowen
va. ' J.P. of Vinton Tp.
Clark Cntrlght , Detjt; J Vinton Co. Ohio.
DEFENDANT will take notice, that on
the 8th day of July, A. D. 1963. said
Justice it-surd in order of Attatchment in
the above action, for the sum of tea dollar
and ninety-eight cents and cnsti.
July 8-C3f-vj.vt SAMUEL BLORg.
t. UtfillJUU ir. itl. J.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
It A M D B N OHIO.
Off-re his Proffesional services in the
practice of Meflicins and Surgery, to the cit
izens ol Vlamden ana surrounding country.
March 20th 1963, Omo.
nLAIXKS BLANKS!!
FOR SALE AT THE DEMOCRAT Of
?1CE.
Wakaktee anrlQuit Claim Deeds, end
Mortgages, the shortest and most spurovsd
lorme.
Juuicet' and Constable? Slanh.
Such as Summonses, Subpcenas, Executions,
Orders., oLAttachn.eut, Affidafits,. Uoder
laltjngs. Orders of Arrest,, end CunstibW
Sales Notices. Also
TOWNSHIP: orricEit& Ttovm
fi? TresiuxenW Constables, Supervisor sod
other 1 ownplnp Uflu-ers. . Our forms are
all the most correct. We sell at price that
will save ion money. I our orders an re
spectfully solicited.
MISS EMMA LOWERY,
IILl,lEU KAUA MAKE R
Me Arthur,- Ohio.SlJ door Eastjof the M
E. Churelh w mi Id rdspeclfullv inform the
Citizens ofMcArthur aiid vicinity that she is
prepared to do all kinds of Millinery tnd
iwantuaraakirg work at snort notice, and it
tne
'lOAVEST - RRICESL
She guarantees satisfaction ss tovMkmaa
ship, tnd tlie latest end moat-fashioaable
styles. Bring your old Bonnets tad bare
them, merle new. .
Apr, 16,63, 4-mo- ,. ;.
RPIIRAI.V ItOCKHOLD'S ESTATE.
XTOTICK Is harebr stveathat tlia ;nnrio
i.1 ed has beenaoDo'-nted Adminiatrautrli and
qualifredof lhette.ol Ephraira BookbojdtaU
of the Count ol Vinton Ohio, deoeaned.- '
July9tnlS63-3y.' " LU8ETTA BOcfcCdlt).
- Wheeler k Wilson's
SEWING-
WARItENTED THREE YEARS.- -
' This ine ef the eery best Machine in t.
it asea B Blinttlt. snake tb lock atieh alika
on both side of the foods, leaving no chain or
ridge on the underside, it uaes but half of
the threaa .of btber msohines, and inakea tb
heatostwotlr
Having taken an Aeencr for tnt tale ef tb
machioea. I reapeofully reooeet tb Ladiaa of
. vmton w ojoJBint; nauea viruinjesr tow,
to oaji ana eaamineiDa uiacnine, and see n
work. To thoitf making purehsaes of me, I wfll
give instructions' in tb as of tb machine
gtxti. I will sell at tb lowest eaah prices of
afr . R. 0. BRATTON,
Me Arthur, Ohio.-
I
GREAT EXCITEMENT
DM1
; The Best Way to
IS TO
0
1 .
For the Best and
.
tub
CHEAPEST
fin
We are now opening a New Stock
of the latest Spring Styles, of
Fancy and staple
0
DRY GOODS,
Calicoes. Muslins of alt Kindt. Ticks, the largest lot brought
to this place. Silks.- Fancy and Blnck Lams of all
. kinds. DreM Goods cf every Discretion !
CUSTOM MADE MOTiMG,
A LARGE tf3T OF PANTSr
VST5,
COATS,
HARDWARE.
Boots tnd Sboes, which will be Sold at Cost.
(aK0ClElffilIlE.
FLOUrt.
MEATS of all KINDS,
SUGAR
MOLASSES.
COFFEE
XJWED APPLES,
PEACHES, -
TOBACCO,
FISH,
8ALT.
"" . LARD,
" ' ' - RICE,
" vw.. SOAP,
CANDLES.
. SODA
r PEPPER,
CLOVES,'
- ;. CINNAMON,
GINGER tnd
MUSTARD.
Cotton Yarn, Batting, Brooms, Wool Twine.
2;'.' :-"Vf 0 0-DE'N.V;A B.C.
WASH-BOARDS, WOODEN BUCKETS, TUBS, CLOTHES-PiNS, BROOMS
AND BRUSHES.
ZANESVILLE PLOWS AND SIIEARES.
Save Your $300
OO TO
F
Cheapest Goods.
:ot -
inn
llliil
SHIRTS.
ALSO
CLOTTIS;
CA3IMERES.
VESTINOS tnd
CASSINETS of ALL KINDS
EIN'COUIUGE HOSE WORIS.
r
r;.;.iiTiiiiii
r jiiiiuiiuiiumui!
IIA1IDEX FOlliVDiWl
BENJAMIN DILL,..-- PROPRIETOR
IIAMDEN, OHIO.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
AMD MAKES TO ORDER.
Sloven, Plows, Hollow wart)
AND
ALL OTHER KIND OF CASTING?
rHE andendgned lsncw prepared toexecaU
promptly all work orjared in hi lln f
bnaineas. All kinds of Castings Baaally mad
at Foundries, will be kept on hand and for !
at the most reasonable rates.
The facilities of the Foundry situated, tela
la, in tb midst of Furnaces where tb raw
metal Ik always to be had at a earing expose
must be evident to all ; and tb f hacriber
ing determined not too aotdoo either la tk
qnalitv or cheapueaa. of bis munofaetares.
aa ka for and hopes te receive tb patroaag ef
the oommunlty.
CAIVE MILLS.
We are manfsctorior tb best and latewt la
proved Cams Mills. Those wishing a milt U
do well to bund in their order in time.
, HKXJAM15 DILL.
Fobnarr 12th 1563.-tfu
ICE CREAM.
ON TUESOAYS, THURSDAYS,
AND SATURDAYS, DURIXQ
THE SEASON.
LEMONADES. .
MINERAL WATER,
SASAPERILLA.
GINGER POP
And all other kind of Summer drinks tl
W. A. JOHNSTONS SALOOH
The public will tlvvaytj find on head a
full stock of
CONFECTIONARY.
To wit! Cream, Almond, Peppermint. Cle
Wintergreon, and every variety of CANDIW
Plain and Fancy,
KISSES, M!TS, FAXCY HEARTS, &t
COCOA-NUTS,
LEMONS.
ORANGES,
SARDINES.
RAISONS
and every other article nan ally sept in a Confae
tionary. Also, Fresh Bread, Ginger Cakes, Jum
bles, Sponge Cake and Fresh Crackers.
t-iT Parties supplied with Cakes and Con fa
tionaries, at the shortest notice, and at the lowest
oaah price. W. A. JOHNSTON.
July 2nd,lS62-tf.
ATTENTIOIV SOLDIERS,
AND WIDOWS, AND RELATPTZM
OF DECEASED SOLDIERS.
Th law of Congress approved July Si 1SS1.
provides for a bo unty of 1 100, to all Voluntra
for three Tears r during the war. In cas of
the death of a Soldier while In the service, thle
bounty, together with all arrears of pay du the
deceased, may be obtained by his widow r rs
lativos as the case muy be.
The act of Congress approved July 14th lift
gives a ponnion to the following classes of pea
sons. 1st. To all invalids diaablled sine Maroh fit
1651, in the Military or naval Bervic of the
United State.
2d. To widow oi officers, Soldier or Pesmsa,
dying of wonnds received or of dews see contra-
ed In the Military or naval service.
td. T Children under IS years of age nf ratts
deceased persons if there is no widow surviving
or from the lime of the widows remarriage.
4th To mothers of deceased offler or sol
diers. P)ovldedth deceased left no widow,
or children nnder 16 years of ago, and provid
ed said mother was dependant in whole er part
ly noon the labor of tb deceased for support.
6th To sisters nndet IS year of age, ef sneTt
deceased soldiers, dependent on the Tatter wbo
lly or In part for her support. Provided therw'
anno rightful claimants ofth three last pro
ceeding classes. Tb amount allowed In oaa)
of deceased officer or csldier rangea fwta
18, to $80, per month owing to rank ef deceased
Invalid pensions will depend open tb ranks
and nature o fdthisability not exceeding: fit
per month in any case.
in undersigned baa procured llcenie for the
purpose, and is now authorised to proseent)
claims; against the general government in all !
cases arising nnder tne various sola of Congrest
and will give prompt attention to all claims is
trusted to him. No charge for services will be)
mad whe.e he olaim is wholly diaalowsd.
MoArthur Feby fith 1863, B.P.HEWITT.
A LECTURE
TO TOVIfG MBIfl
Jvti PMiiJui, in a Sealtd Ennlof. Pritt I tVaV
A LECTURE on the Nature, Trtttmtal
tnd Radictl Cure of Spermatorrhea! or Sen.
iual Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sex.
ual Debility, and impedimenta to MitrfiM
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iepsy nnu r ita , iueniai ana rnysictl IdCf
pacitv, resulting from Self-Abuse, fee Jr
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rings, or cordials, pointing oat t mode at
cure it once certain tnd effectual, bv whisk
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mar be, may cur himself cheaply, privately
ana radically. This Lecture will provt t
boon to thousands tnd thousands.
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