Iho McArtliur Demoral.
"CflCIAL OfeiAfl or VINTON COUNTY.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT. FOR LEGAL NOTICES SEE FOURTH PAGE
TUB TkCl ROAD TO WEALTH, IK TO ADTHTIFI
tdtiikciiKiM. TERMS, PAY IN ID VANCE.
M. PF.TTKNtalLL & CO., Adverti:n
Agent, No. 87 Park Row. New York &
I State Street. Boston are our Agont and ere
authorized to Uko jjdvertlsemeut aud Suh.
arlptiou for mat our Lowest -Katoa.'
LOCAL DEPARTMENT. FOR LEGAL NOTICES SEE FOURTH PAGE Democrat for the Campaign
We propos to eend tie "Dxiioobat" from
now tiiiUll alter Uie Election for Hot., each.
W hop our friend in the Townehip will go
to work ami get nsup clubs. Toucan all mo
the Importance ofhaviuga circulation of our
homeorgao, and we kDOW you will not regret
' taking little time to help u In placing the
T)EMonaaT In the hands f our i-ititenn.
I. A, G.
HON. D. W. 6TAMUAUGII,
HON, W, A. UUTCHIXS
AND E. B. E S II E L M A N
Will adress tho Democracy and al
otter ConBtTTutivo citizens of Vintou
and Jackson counties at
COUNTY O. ON
ber 8th 1863.
, On tho questions now before people
of Ohio, uud npon which wo must act
at tho next Election Let ua liavu a
largo meeting of the poopiu, to hear
those cliAmpions of equal and
i i g h t e and equal pruviiiga.
IL'iiieuibor that the Democracy are
contending for the rights of ever; muii
wfbut regard to party, tlmt our oh
jwet is to protect every citizen in his
rights. We hope the Ladies will
bring along full baskets of provisions,
nd it will be inpoBBiKlo toget acconio
ilations for all. Judge Thurmaii,
and Stambaugli, are among the first
or h tors of Ohio, and will have a large
crowd.' Every body turn out, hear
both sides, and bring your wives, sis
ters, daughters and sous along.
Keep it Before the People.
That Vallandigham was and is
for Men and Honey to Support
for Men and Honey to Support the Army.
Why it la that mm calling themselves ropo
tabla, aro all the timo bawling out that. Vallitn
dlghnm votod against men aud ruonr y to u
tiin the (iuverniinot. la it ignoru.iue, or nt
the-lying for meie party purport:
He xeteb voted against oivino ask
AlOrlkT TO THB AuM.NISTHATIOM OR THE UKr ist
Of UAKRTIN ON TUB Wilt IN AOOuftlUKCK Willi
th Constitution, lie exprosse hi jioUi..n
un thiii quoHliou iu, a speech in add Id lii H nuu
of Congress ou tlio 13th of Jul j, IS01. Wcnuiku
aa extract wniuh will bo full ud ou the tilnt H-v-.ttUiu
and ninty-eigblji pagosof I ha Omtjmi.n
al GUbt, let Hdiou 87th C'ougross. ilu raid :
Tor my own part, air, -while I would out in
the beginning hnvo given a dollur or u mho lo
Commence thia war, I an. willing- now that wo
are in the midst of it without any autofouTa
will give just as many men andjusl aa innoh
money aa may be necossury to det'uud and pro
toot tho Federal Government. It wooi.u be
B.iTU TBEASON AND KA-JNaSS NOW f O DISARM THI
(totiknuent, in the pressi ox or an inxxt oi
TWO IIONUUIO TUUUBANO MEN IN THI FIELD
aoainst it. It is agaiuet the aggressive
and invaiva warfare - thai 1 raieo my vote aud
voice. But an the wai is upon ua,
TI1KKEM0ST BE AN ARMY IN THE FIELD;
THERE MUdT BE MONEY AFFKOPKlAXJiD
TO MAINTAIN IT."
tO Silas II. Right, of Hocking
Co. and Levi Dncgan of Jacdsou Co.
lave been nominated in their respec
tive districts for State Senators. No
better nominations could Lave been
tO Porter Dnhadwayia the nom
inee of the Jackson, Co. Democracy
for Representative. The nominal ion
is one of the best, and be will bo ele
James M. Gatlord, Esq , of Mor
Ran county, has been nominated for
tho Senate in his district. Mr. Gat
lobd is one of the best speakers in
Bopth-ecastern Ohio, and' is doing
good service. He is a firm Democrat,
and we have no fears of bia electiou
by a large majority.
Attehtion Democrats. Road tho
Crittendeu Compromise History io
this f-aper, and read it to your neigh
bo who wish to eeek the truth.-
Keep it for relerenco, and make your
neighbors understand it. It shows
who are responsible for our present
difljcuItieB. . .
Oyster Supper & Refreshments.
. The ladies of McArthur will give
a Refreshment and Oyster HnrjDer. at
the Union School House in McArthur
on Fsiday EviHwa. 8j.pt. 4tb. 1863
sat. . . '
tor luo rjanentor the M. E. Church
jomo,one, come an, and psssi
pleasant evening in social feaatinz."
" Tiekest 50 centa, ; , .
l3y ordor of the Committee.
Militia Officers of Yon ton county
aro required, by an order froo AJgt.
Gen. Hill, to meet al Athens on Sept.
6th, and there do cup duty until ths
12th; including all officers racking
from Sargcanta op. We Will publish
tho Order next week. ' Why lias ncjt
the commissions of the of the officers
of this County, elected on the 4th ot
July, not come to hand before this f
Can the Adjutant Genpral toll!
Deuocuats should not ibifcet to
arrAtige tbeir business so as to take
one duy, the 8th ol September; to hear
Judge Thcumah, S.. S. X3x, and
Stambacgh, apeak at Ilar.ulen. L;t
ns have a fino Pic-Nip. The Indies
will tnrn out aud bring along the
rations. Yinton will turn oat nUrgs
Git hat Excitbmskt is expected at
the original Cash Store of DAN
WILL the coming weok. DAN. is
now in the City and will open a largo
Fall addition to his stock on tomorrow
and next day. DAN. always makes
good selections of Goods in quality
and styles. Call and examine for
Returns havo hern received in the
following ca!, and the amonnts paid
over to the parties entiled to the
samo, viz :
John W. Smith, Ba k pay.
Div'id Bowen, "
Mrs. Barsh Golf, Bonnty & Baok T y.
Mra. Nancy Barnes, " " "
D. S. DANA, Att'y.
D. S. DANA, Att'y. ARMY NEWS.
Norfolk. Va.. Aucust 25 - The
Richmond Examiner of to-day has
buon received, containing CharleMon
atod of the 24tb, which giy : "LhsI
nilit, at lii o'clock, the enemy 0eiied
fire on the city, tiring fifteen eight
inch I'arrot shells. Non combatants
are leaving iu continuous stream.''
New York, August 25. The
steamer Constitution arrived this.
evening from lldtou Head on the 23d
and Charleston Bar at half-past five
r Al. same date; left at anchor off
steamer Brooklv with nram nnfnr
New York, having on board the re-1
maius ot uaptain Kodgers and ray
uuiKter oi tne uatsKill.
The bombardment was
great energy. The firing
The last report from Morris Island
was, that Sniuter had not responded
to our guns for two dayd. Suwitor is
entirely demolished. Fort. Moultrie
m b"on silenced
New York, A ng. 25. The schoo-
nor M. liygeis, trout Fo'ly Island on
tlic 20th, reports Unit at six o clock
on Unit day the e ltiru top of Frt
Suniter wad cnmi'lttely gone, every
OA.l. .1 . .1. ! ..1 1 1.
parapet yun dismounted and knocked
nto tho fct'ii, nnd Uih siege wa-f pro-
ir.-stii) j toinhly in earnest. It was
e nor tod also that Warner would seon
cw York. Aug. 25. The draft
was continued to-day in tho Fourth
and Seventh Districts. It also com
... . ..i : .1.,. r...!..!. t:..:,. i
uiv.-uv;cu iii uio aj'iiiii Aviaiiiui, tvnciai
tli j truulile commenced on the 13th of
July. No disturbances bas occurred
NEWARK, August 25, 1863.
The meeting here is a grand enc
cess. Thirty-five thonsand Democrats
are in ci-nncil. Long processions with
waving banners, hickory trees and
shouting Democrats, and all the para-
Dternaliit of toe cainDaica. Newark
has never seen 6nch a crowd. 'Every
part of the city is crowded with the
vast concoureo. Mueic, shouting and
time. Hon Geo. E. Pugh excelled
hiniialf. Yaple, Medary, Many penny,
Stambaugb, Uurd, James R. Morrib,
Converse, and others spoke: There
n gntuu tucmiiij, iu-nigii. central
Ohio is all rigLtfor Vallandigham
G. W. M.
st nr. i i, a i . ..
monitx. r e learu unit au adoihi-
ouist, of this county, lo&t a bet of $20
the other day, bv betting that Mr.
Vallaudii'liam bad proposed in Con
gress to divide the United States into
four independent Republics. He bet
on tho authority ot the Republican
papers and orators. On examining
the facts, he paid over the $20 to his
Democratic neighbor like a geutleman
cor.te4Bing the corn.
We learn that several Republicans'
h we withdrawn tbeir bets on the same
subject, finding that they were de
ceived by tbeir party friends. These
lies will make hundreds of votes lor
A CON DEE Jr. III. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
I. . Offers his Proffeiionil services in the
practise of Mempina inu Burgery ,to m clt-
iseu(o! riamden ana sorrouaautg coon try
Msrch 36th 163,-tfo.
EVERY BODY COME TfllLWAf
-AND SEE- '
HFLTEBRAH & BEYER'S
Wblcb 'f fast peniog and 70a vU
una ib uw uawpoa. piftcv w uuy
n the County. We bough our Marbto at the ve
rylowaot ch prices. He thiuk we ark aafe when
we say tnera pas never Deen any person m ai
Arlluir, tlmt can ti ke ni down In point or
VVORKMANSlill'. DESIGN OR"
Our Marble la f tha bent quality, both Rut-
land and Italiaa. You will riud n prepared to
furninb yon with Crave Htonaaal most any price
that Yu may desire.
N. B. We have alo on hand the celebrated
Berxa Oriud Siona, which we . will aU low for
Un not forget the place when In Town. '
ilKLTKBK AN A BOYEB.
I'orner ol at si a a Logan iteei
July tO-M.-tf-- alcArthnr.u.
ALL per aunt are hereby notified not t harbor
or trust nir wlfeSAaan Morrison, on my
account, as I thai I pay no debts or eharireaof
her contracting. She having left my bed and
board of her own wrong.
Aug. 13'h3. JAMES MORRISON.
TO BE EXCELLED
a. vcOi.cw, VCvCCV W
Uv v Wvr o,,, W a a
VW VfA., VVVOU CLVTCw
a ,0 VvV., VittW
..vT wv,A .Civ nW.An.r,(
n, v. ,v
totW Ufc fAYOW awawXvXvtft,
vtv&. Ot We, toW VKVt, vtt
a WTe Y-YCW O)
Fever and jlgue.
Wisl.yi.ti i dnrn.nlri.irt.iit
otl O.W. A..eotC oy O. vvv
atc tov.ocA, o awOs
v.ev vcvaNfie V.cm
ixti oot vtaw, "Vvtwu
AO.M ., .oo vtvaxv vfctxw
WvcO0.e Xtot 0w6s
Uj;x.e. .v.v vAolwcvov
- J " . .
cvvvA. wvoNce, Tvc cmvowo.C
That gitttrt art put up in quart
lottles, of which tlt0abevU aaa-aiirv-ila.
ff7i Iabl i firmly gnflrawexi, and
prcvidei with a taft-gwxrd from
oouafrfaitr. CPnoo fl jr battU,
O. W. oooafc, (Proprietor, To.
Eatt Fourth St., Cincinnati, to whm
U order oouIi b addrmtd.
FOR SALE BY-
COOKIKTO STOVES FOB SALE
Wa liave a first rate new Coal Cook-
lnr stovo Also a rremium
Cookintf Stova for aale. Call at this offlc
and se them, if vou want stova at
Vtrvi-ett eieh figures.
StalttOkio, Ymto Oxmty.
John Carr Ex'r Pliff. ) la Conrt ol
ajratnat ICaanm Plu
AllIcaQatnn Adm'i . Deft. J Order of aale.
PURSUANT to the eommand of an order of
A saia in the above) eanna to ma directed from
the CViort of Common Pleaa. of tha mfarrmmlA
County of Viutdn. I will offer at pnblio ale. at
me door or too Court House, In the To n of
ucArthur, in aruraaaid County of Vinton, on
Saturday Sfftember tht I2tt A.D. 18S3
At the hour of ten o'clock A. If. of said dtr the
following real eets'e to-wit : T be south. we t
quarter and part or north-east quarter ec Set
ion nnmber twentv-aeven. ( ST. I in Town.liin
number eight, (?,) of Range number sixteen,
1 10,; 01 tns uino ,orapany a panaaie eontaio-
mg two hundred aud aiteuty acres more or lens.
laxenaatlie proerty er Allice yuinn Ad
minitratri acof Patrick Oulnn dei-eaxed. to
atirly a judgment of aforesaid Conrt In favor of1
John Carr Lxtcnlor of Simon Dolnn deceased.
Appraised a follows, lo-wlt : two thousand
one hundred aud si xtv doll art. fl'HJ. and
lunut hrinir two-' hirda'of that aom.
TKKMS OF SALE, cash In hand.
E.F. BiNOBArf. ABCII. N0RRI3,
Atty, for FltO. fihff. 1. Co. 0.
eng. 18th 1863,-3.
Sae of Ohio, Vinton. County,
Lafayette Kayoor, FlttT. -J In CourtofCom-
, , gint i mon Ploaa.
Oliver Fuller f
Happy Fuller, Deft. Orderofaala
P U R80 A NT to the command of an ordr ofsale
-a. in me auove eausa to ma dinutiwl frntn tk.
unr of Common Pleae, of the aforesaid Conn
tj of Viuton, I will oITer at pnblio tale, at tha
door of the Court lleose. in the Town of Mo A r
thur.in atoresaid County of Vinton, on
Saturday! Sentemhtr IQh IRRI
anne tiour often o'clock A. M.. of said dar.
tie Mowing real estate to-wlt : Comn eoclng
vu. nui ui-wooi. corner or in-iot number aeven-ty-KHven.(17.
in tha town nt M. a .,.,.
of Vintou and State ofOhln ihn- ,nnnini!
south forty feet thenoa
thence north forty loet thotice west twenty- nix
feettotbe place of beglning. Also a psrtof In-lotaovcn.y-soven,
in said town of M-Artliur
commeuoing at the north-east oornerof said lot
1 hatice rnuolng went forty fuet thence soulV
lorty feet thence at. f.rto (r ,,aii f
jaid loi, thence north forty feet, to the place of
beginning ,( Will besoldes one lot.)
,. '"" property oruiivor Fuller A
UaDpy ruller. to Lisl a l,i, ,.., r.c...
asid Court, In favor of Lafayotto Rnyner.
Appraised as follows to-wit: Four hundred
and nit v Holism. CtfM .n,l m,,.. k.i..-.
third, oir that snm. ' ,ww
2ERM8 OFSALE. Ca.h In hand.
Binoham & Hewitt, AKJII N0RRT9,
Atty. for Hilt. Sh'ff V. Co. 0.
Aag. 13 63-5. A Mest-r r m'r
State of OftiOyVinton County.
DaVU&aS.k PM- a Corrlo,
J. K.W111 A other aitruee Common Plea
of M. E. Church. Def'ts j ordorpf'ule.
"PURSUANT to the command of nn order of
A. fiiIo in the above caue to me directed from
the Court of Common Mens, . of the aforesaid
Counry of Viuton. I will offer at pnblio sale, at
he door of tho Conrt lioime, in the Town of
Mo Arthur, in the aforesaid County of Vinton, on
on Saturday Auguit21 A. D. 1863,
At the hour often o'clock A. M. of eald da.
the following rest estate to-wit : In-lot number
ight,. (S,) in the town of McArthur Ylnlou
Levied on aa the nrocertT of tha Mathnrltat
Episcopal Church tosatisfv a iudgrmentofafors
saiu i.ipuri, in iavor oi uavtg a nowklrk.
Appraised as follows, to-wit: six hundred
and thirty-three dolloreod rhirtT-threa oanu
and must bring two thirds of that sum. -
i arms ot rale cash in band.
N.wimi in person. ARCH NORRlS,
July ldlb 18C3 5. Sbff. V. Co. 0.
BLANKS BLANKS ! !
FOR SALE AT THE DEMOCRAT OF
Was aktee and Quit Claim Deeds, and
Mortgages, the shortest nnd most approved
Junieea1 and Constables' ' Blank.
Such ea Summonses, Subprnnns, Execution.
Orders of Attachn.ent, Affidavits, Under
takings. Orders of Arrest, and Constibles'
Sale Notices. Also
TOWNSHIP OFFICEKS' BONDS
for Treasurers, Constables, Supervisor and
oilier Township 0 Dicers. Our forms are
all the most correct. We sell at prices tlmt
will sve ton money. Your orders are re
Wheeler & Wilson's
WARRENTED THREE YEARS,
This is one of tho very best Mrivhincs Iu ue
it uses no Ehnttle, makes tho look stich alike
on both side of the poods, leuving no chain or
ritlire on the underside, it u.-ce bit half ol
the thread of ochor msclituea. and manes the
Having taken an Attency fcr the sale of the
machines, 1 rospecfully request the Ladies ol
Vinton or adjoining Counties visiting onr town,
to call and examinathe machine, and see it
work. To those making purchase of me, I will
give Instructions in tho use of the machine
giatis. I will sell at the lowest cash prices of
SPBIAG SlOt'li f Oil 1863.
MRS. S.D. KING,
TTCT1SHE8 to inform tha citizen ofMcAR.
T11UR nnd vicinity, that sha hs just ro-
ceived from the CITY
(. her bprini s'ocH of
LADIES BONNETS AND HATS
MISSES FONNETS AND HATS,
CIIILDHENS HATS AND CAPS
Of the very latest styles snd fashion and
at prices to suit the times.
The best stock ever brought to Mo
AETHUR. pricofrom 25 cents
to two dollars.
Of the latest style. Call and Examine the
goods before purchasing; elsewhere, as 1 am da
terminrd to sell at fair prices for the
April i3h. Ifga-grro.
Samnel Bhre, p,tfl. 1 Before Danlet Bowau
wa, - V J P. of Vinton Tp.
Clark Cntrtghf DeftJ Vinton Co. Ohio.
DEFENDANT will take notice, that en
the 8th day of July, A. D. 1863, said
Justica issued anotderof Attatchment in
the above action, for the sum ofJcn dollars
and ninety-eight cents and costs.
uly 23-63-3w. SAMUEL BLORE.
GOOD NEWS AT LAST!
Tke am-BUIrac SB. lAfHAXl b IU
anciiiai wbea all allure kave aukd.
ALL WHO ACS tit TBOVBLB,
AU waa aara bar aaJbrtaaata, a whoss bad has
aave bat dlsap) listed, ansvlud, and btMtea, all ske
aara Usa saduosd by fck prvalns bb4 dMstl, all was
aava Iwm deosivad aad tiidsd with, aU a t alas tW
arlvtes aod te ct MtbaKtlaa.
Ua nukae )ar ailslvrtiiaas aaas awaj, s etakat the
aUadsr aad envy of year sssbiIm mill baiakss, aad ha
sustains year character aad nspscisbUll ra Mills of vS
rsports and ranera. AU wha sis la dwalil of lbs aflbo.
Huns of laoss Ibsj tevs coasnlt U Us to nlioTt SDd miuff
llwlr nisos, aad lo lad al tf tastr brlxhl aad wane
hopes will be raslhwd.
IN L07B ATTAIHS XtE JTEVTR
Ra has sscrst of winning Ihs anVtloas f the
ppuslu sx. lie auluss ike .mils to a vsalibv aad
happy aurrlAKa, and makat Ihs married hsppr. HI
aid and Mik Bas iwsa sullcllsd la UaaswrsMa is.
maim, sad the result has alwajre Ua
A SPEEDY & BAFPT BSABHIAQB.
Ta auks thlup mots sura, ha wlU shww ye the Uks
TOUR I'UTURS nTJSBANO OR WITH
'tis will tsll too their elrennisltons and tbslr futart
arospscta; sud a list Is tsttfr Ibsa stl, hs eaa tell jwi
thslr tburmlils sud what Ihelr Mrsl" tntenUoas ara
What Is ositsr still, he eaa IsU you IT they will stake y4
lir. Raphasl to, thsnfnrs, a sars dspsaasace
Tosllin bialnssi hi.sdvlcslaiaTalusbls. Kessalbrav
tell, with the greatest eerlslsty, Iks resaH of all corn
aitrvial and soslunM Irsasaclloua sad sjcuUliona. Br
Rapliaol iaterprats dreaois for letlsry Buiabars with ua
glvaa wlthoat aay extra charts.
mors good mrwsin
Dr. HAPIIAIL will cast ysur noroscops ar write
tour aalivltir. Ivsry tsaa, T-"Eh tha length aad
rsadlh of lbs laud, who has bed Iiwk, ssd who eaa
aot gel oa la the world, should be is possaMtea of hit
Horoscope, aad gel Dr. iupbasl's
Written Opinion of hi Futturw Pre,
pacts la Uia.
II will aaMs hlra to wsslth, emlniaaa, aad kwaar.
ThoiissBde ol good Bias, who wars aakwsanate aad aa.
uconssful la Ibelr tntiooss men who worked hard, sad
who struggled agslnil advarilty ana) fttlsfcrtuo tha
grealar part or tu.ir uvea, and woo IBowei sae BMra thoy
triad to get forward la lbs world the ssoss things weal
agalntt than: Theas bmb got Dr. Raokasl's writtaai
orlnlon ii(io tlialr fatura prospacts Is lift. AU Ihoss
Who wuoly followed Dr. .tupliasl i advice are sow
EICU, HAPPY, AND 8UCCXSSPTJX.
In aU their underUklogt ; whlls those who wars bliadkd
by prejudice and fkaorsuca, sagltctad his adrlcs are still
btborlDg Agtlrul sarenlly sud oisrly.
WEALTH, EMINENCE, AND GOOD
ere within the reach of all. If yea wish to he risk aad
aappyyoa will consult hlra also.
GOOD NEWS for tha AFTXIOTED.
lis has the gift, sad esn tell the afflicted fne saoss af
Ihelr disss, sud urTerlng. lis csb bum tell whathsr
they can be cared or not, tutu say lug the Afflicted both
trouble sud exrjense.
Consultations dally, Sundays excepted. Office hoapw
from 10 A. Al. to t. V. II.
All iatervlewe are strictly privets and esDflilentlal.
There (ore we say, go one I go all I aad couiult
Tho Astrologer of the 19th Century,
No. 89 EAST riTTH STREET,
Setwerr. gjcamors Street aad Broadway,
V PRICES BEDLCID TO SUIT TBI TIMM.
sW Tenne fur Visitors. Ladles fifty eents ; Oaatlensat
one dollar, for each consultation. Wbea yoa call,
ASS TOR THE DOCTOR,
II will prevent mUukss.
srrersons at a untanee may eoramosleate costs.
Bestiallt by letter, it they Inoloee ONE POLLAlt, ttt
ConsnlUtloa res. In each letter. All MU.n, somas),
akatiooe, and Interviews, ara strictly private and eoa
flrlsatlal. No answer will be gives to tetters nalees mm
dellar Is Inclosed es a ConaultsUsa res.
Address all Utters as follows!
BOX No. 3403, POST OITICE,
COT CUfNATX. OHIO.
Let It be clearly aa
deratood that lbs price nsmsd si a eonenllatios foe pays
far a coBsaltAlisa only. It does not pay for the Doctor'!
written opinion af your fatura proapscta In life. It doss
aot pay tor wlnalug the affections of the opposite sea,
aor for (hs caoiusunation of a happy aiarriAge, our for
doing any other buslnese named In the aliovs Advertises
Bsettt. lue uocior nas s nxeo prm iur u.jik sm.
rate business. In your consultation with the Doctor, yoa
learn bow yoa can realise the fond hope nearest yoai
heart; yoa ars told how yon esn get all yon want, and
how yonr business ought to be done eo that It can not
fb.ll. He will foretell what le yonr DESTINY. Iu tbor t,
he will tell what Is before you, etc
Caution to tho Public.
Dr. W. lUphMl, the Aitrolosrer, has ne esnnecttsai
with PR0rKH9OB or Dr. W. M . Raphael, or with aay
ether gentleman of the same name.
fflr Cut this advertlieaient out. When yon soma,
bring It with you and show it to the girl who opens the)
door. To prevent nil.ukee, ask to
SEB THE DOCTOR mMSEUT.
LET THE AFFLICTED READ1
And learn that a perfect and radical cure le warranted
and gusrsnteed to all who are afflicted with weakness,
debility, nervous complaints, melancholy thoughts, de.
pretiion of spirits, distress snd anrulali of mind, loss
of eleep, loss of memory, loss of energy and muscular
power, puny growtn, waiting awny, ana a want or cob-
Adence In themielves,
faiuting nu, oonvuleire tram
bUnn. Impotence end dliiuit
ate. imnntenre end d siruit of lire. "
liEAR WHAT THE MRDlCAIj PRESS BATS.
Soma phyelcians require to be told Ihe nature of yonr
disease tne Km. blot! uuiAKiu riuoiui&fl no
Ms per fret knowledge of the human eyelets enables
him lo describe the diseases wlthoat any Information
from ths patient, to explain its original canse, snd M
guarantee Its cure. And, what le more valuable still, Be
will honestly snd frankly tell whether yon can be cared -or
not. Ail his communication! snd Interviews ars
strictly prlvste snd confldential. Ksaical Joeraal.
The botanic Keuudlee of Dr. Kaphas I, the Engltih
Botanic Physician, sever failed yet la make s perfect,
radical, snd permanent cure of ALL PRIVATE, SE
CRET, AND VENEREAL DISEASES, wlthoat the ass
of Mercury, without hlnderince from business, aad
wlthoat fear of discovery or exposure. Ho deadly pal.
sons, such sa ersenle, nux vomica, opium, or any other
folsODS. No mercury norany deadly minerals nothlsf
nt purely Vegetable Dotaulcai Remedies are need by
this wonderful Botanic Physician. Ilia Botanic Rsme
dlse never yet failed to cure the most obstinate aad lbs
most dangerooa cases, sad to remove all mercury aad
other Impuritiee from the system when all other Reme
dies had failed.-MtdieeU Jourml.
GOOD NEWS FOR SINGLE MEN CONTEMPLAT
ING MARRIAGE. Hear what the Baltimore corrss.
pomtent of lbs Oddfellow, Boonsboro, Mary lead, said
sa Thursday, the 31sl of May, UCO:
" Nnmoroue cures of diseases canaed by early Indiscre
tion having been performed by Ihe Eugllsh Botanic Phy
sician, 1 feel It my duty, having a knowledge of them,
to stats the fact, believing that in doing so I may do a
service to the suffering. One case ia particular that
of a young mnn In this city Is worthy of note. Me had
become the victim of a habit, the mare allusion te whiah
cause! a shudder, and after years of tnfferlngand doctor
ing gave up all hopes of recovery. lie wiebed to awry,
and was dearly beloved by ae eweet a girl as sver llaped
words of Af)ect!on, but he was fearful, nervous, snd pros
trated, lie dared not wed on sccount of ths sbsttered
atato of his system. He sought relief st thehsndsof Ihe
Botanic PbysiclAn, And, sstonlihing ss It may esea, all
lbs bloom snd vigor of youth bss returned, sud be at
now Ihe happy fathor of a pair of bright boye."
Any who are suffering, no matter what their eota
plAist, ean call on the Botanic PhyelciaoconfldeDtially.
They may rely npon reliof. His office le al No. 69
BAST FliTli Bet. Sycamore St. and Broadway.CIK.
Width J 2d col.
"TVEIIi. STA1 D
MFjRSALE. Tlw Propeitv is siiua
udx' Allnille, Vinton County bhio
end known s iheMiller Hotel. 0 Aar
gain wiil be given.
For Terms upplv to HENRT PAYNB
Aoril 16th. l663t McAnhur.O
H I L L ! N E n & MAXIT A M AKE R
McArthur, Ohio, 2J door East of ths M.
E. Church, would respectfully inform the
Citizens of Mcilrlhur and vidr.ity that sbt U
prepared to do all kinds of Millinarv and
Mitituamaking work st short notice, and at
"lowest prices. '
She guarantees tatiafaetion sa to workman
ship, uud thelatest aril most fishiorwhte
styles. Bring your old Bountti . and. bttwe
them made new.
Apr, 15,6J, s-nio-
m y " ; .3.
WmU FOUNDRY l
BENJAMIN DILL,...- PROPRIETOR
HAM DEN, OHIO.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
AMD MAKES TO ORDER.
Stoves, 11ot, Hollow ware
ALL OTHER KJND OF CASTINGS
Ine undemgiied Is new prepared to execute)
. promptly all work rJred in his line of
huhlnoa. All kinds of Casting- nxnslly mad
al Foundries, will he kept on hand and for est
at the most reaaonniile rates. 1
The lucililie of the Foundry rltnated, aa It
l, in the mi Jet of Furnsoea where the raw
metal la always to be' had at a saving expense,
mnsl he evident to all : and the s-tmorilier be
ing determined not to ba outlone uither in tht
quality or cheapness, of hi nisnufsctnros.
sska for and hope to rololv the patronage of
We nremanfnotoriuf the best and latest la
proved Cabe Mills. Those wishinitamill will
do well to bund iu their ordur in tiiiM.
Fehnary l'Jth 1363.-tfo
AND WIDOWS, AND RELATIVE
OF DECEASED SOLDIERS.
The law of Ciiugro.i approved Julv -J 1351,
provides for a bounty of I00, to all Vjluntcen
for threo .'cars or dnring the war. In cine of
the dnsth of a Soldier while iu the service, this
bounty, together with all arrears of pay due tli
deceased, may bo obtaiuuj by hie widow ur
1st Ives as the case may be.
The aot of Cougren. approved July Hth 1S52
gives a pension to the following classos of per-
Int. To all invnlida dUabilad since March 4th '
1661, In the Military or naval Service of the
id. To widow ot officers, Soldiers oi Seaman,
dyir-g of wounds received or of doseasecoutrac
od in the Military or naval service.
(d. To Children under 16 years of gs of snch
deceased Persons if there is no widow surviving
or from thetlmo of tbo widows remarriage.
4th To mnthors of deceased oflloors or sol
diers. 1'iovlded tho deceased left r.o widows, .
orchitdreu nndor 10 years of age, and provid
ed suisl mothor was depndunt in whole or part
ly upon tho labor of tho deceasod for support.
Sth To siters under 14 years of age, of such
deceased soldiers, dupeiodent on the Intter who
lly or in part for her support. Provided there
are no rightful clalmanta of the throe last pre.
ceding vliiKses. The amount allowed in case
of doceased otflaers ot jMiers rangoa fiom
8. to $80, per month owing to rank of decease !
Invalid paniinn will dopiul . upon the rank
and nature oa fdthUibillty not exoeedhif 130
per month In any oat.
Tie undersigned has procorod license for tha'
purpose, and is now nnthnriied to promenr
elalme lnni mo goneral auvemrri'in in ail
eases arising nnder thj various seta of Cotigroet
jnd will give prompt attenttou to all elaims in
trusted to him. No charge for services will lie
made whe.s the'claim Is wholly dlsalowed.
McArthur Feby Sth 1803, B.P.HEWITT.
TO YOUNG MEN I
Suit rv'luhtd,ina Staltd Entthp. Pricti C'. '
A LECTURE on the Nature, TiesUm-nt
and Kmlical Cure cl Speririatotrhoss of Setn-
nisi Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, St-x-Uiil
Dehilliv, nn impediments to Mnrtiag.!
Rent-rally. Nervoiisnens, Consumption. Kni-
lepsy ond Fits ; Meiltnlend Phyi-ii al lurit
pat.itv, resmlling from Sflf-Almse. diiT.By
ROBT. J. CULVERWELL. M. D., Antlior
of the Urttn hook, tfe.
The world-renowned author, In ihisadmi.
rable Iiecture. clesrly provea from hi 4 own
experience that the awful consequencea of
Su 1 1-Abuse may be efrertually removed
without mediciie. and without danrr-rvius
surgical opprnti'iiis, bougies, instrumenoi
rings, or rordirtls, pointing out mode of
cure at once certain and effectual, by which
every ruHeier, no mut ter what his condition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privs'ely '
and radically. This Lecture wi I prove a
boon to thousands and thousand
Sent under seal to any address in a plain,
segied envelop, on the receipt ol dx cents, or
two postage tirar,, by addrea ne
CHA$, J.C.CLIN &C0
137 Bowerv, N, Y, P-t Otfi e Bo.458fT
Feb.36 18ria- .
A NEW AND IMPORTANT WORK,
1 HE FOUR ACTS OF DESPOTISM.
Author of "Thel'ruoneroStatt"
This work will contain full end official oopie
of the Four Great Act of Despotism by whiun
the constitutional goveruraeut of Washirgton
was uhvorted. and the irresponsible Lincoln
nyuasty Installed In it plica.
1. THE TAX BILL, by which aU tho property
and resouicesorthepeoplq are mortgaged to
the prewont administration.
2. TllJC CONSCKIPTION BILL, by which aU
the bodies of poor men not worth 3orj are
. )Ii?,i.V,lieJ."ln,,!,of ,1,e ''ministration.
S. THE FINANCE BILL, which destroy, State
Banksind places the ontiro currency of the
country in the hands of the Secretary ot tha
4. THE INDEMNITY ACT, (fitting climas)
whloh presume to indemnify the I' resident
for all tho wrong hs has committed iu thi
past or may commit in tha future.
The wi II each ba proceeded by a carefull sa
alyili, by Mr.Mahonv.and tHelr nnjnst oppra
sive,nnconitltntional and odiona foatnrea point,
ed out. A a book for references, It will be io
vsluable to the farmer, the mechanic, the poll
ticitn.th laborer In faot, to every person, for
these monxtrous acts roach from tha lnftie.t men
sion to the bnmblest cabin In the land.
luesarour aot are not published Toeirata
in any other form. They will make a large oc
tavo pamphlet ofneirlySOO hnndred rg.lo
good sited type and will be sold at the low
price of Firry Cant In paper, and 6vntt
bivb Ousts in muslin blcding. -
Send oo tb orders at ouea. All orJers will
b filled according to tha data of rareptioa.
First com, first served,. The vash moet accom
pany all order.
VAN F.VRLS, RORTON T--.r
No. 1S3 Naasan Street, New Ye.k.
N. B. Babscri tion reoeivd at thia O'.Co.
: July id 1863, Lf.
Linoo.'a is io Washington ; but tit.
is nothing of Washington in Linecr -'
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