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Keep it Before the People
That Vanlandigham was and is
That Vanlandigham was and is for [...] Money to support
Why t It that mm elllng tbrarlverepee
tabl, ant all tb time bawling oat that Vellen
Jljlhum voted Klnat mca and ruoney to sua
lain tho Govrnmnt. "It It Ignorance, r ar
ti.tr lying for imii party purposes: 1
'U XSVtB V0TID AOADtaV lTtH MIS AUD
OUST TO TUB AOMUHtTIUTIOK 70B TDK tCHtO
or oaubtjwu en tarn tn in acovbuanos with
tii Conititptiok. lit expresses Jila poalllon
an this question In a speech mad lo the Hint
of Cong rn on the 13th of July. ISSl. We mako
-an extract wuich will be fcoud on tfatnlnty-eav-enth
ami ultiiy-eighth tgeaof tba Cvnfrttii
ul A, litwisii ITih Cofigreaa. Ha raid :
For my own port, air, win) I onlJ not la
tha bruiting haTa Rtvca a dollar or man to
CumtNraM Out war, 1 air. willing- now that wa
rain the midst oflt wllhont any act of ours
wiQgira just aa many men an J hint at muab
money ai'in) ba utueaaary lo deleud and pro-t-Mt
the Federal Uovoinrnent. it woulu at
otb ratAtoit and Maoris now to duabm tdi
tiOVIHXaiKT, IM TBI IHLIKtCI Of AM IjUetV 01
two IIPHHMID TUOCSANU WCW IX THt IltlO
Aixirrr. It ia agaiust tha aggreaaiv
Mdla vaiiva warfara that I raiaa my volt and
role,". a a But at tha war la upon na,
TIlBREMrST HE AN AllMT IN THE HELD;
TIMRK MCbT BE MO.NKY ArfBOi'BIATED
TO MAINTAIN IT."
"It ha I afforded una great pleasure to
Icorn that the general conduct mil charac
ter ol the army h been temperate tad
indulgent, ai d thai your attention to the
quiet and comfort of iba western inhabitant
hat ben well received by them. Still it
may' be proper, constantly mnd strongly, to
impress upon the army that they are mar
AfliiTt or civil rowiR- that they have jco
aioit AVTiibBrrr tua oTina cmzais;
that ofrtxscs against tbe lawa are to be ex
amined, not by a military officer, but by ar
r.'its and indictments for a violation rof
law; that officer ought to be careful not to
tire Ofderl which may lead .heir sgtnts In
to Infractions of law; that disputes be
voided aa much at possible and be ad
juste d at quickly ai may be without urging
tliem to an extreme: and -trial the wnoie
eduntry la not lookerl upon nor considered
aa within the limits ol the camp.
"I do not communicate thene thing to
jor. forany otiter purpoie than that you
may weigh them; and without referring to
any instructions from me, adopt the meat
uret necessary for accomplishing the forego
ing objects. I am, dear sir, your bumble
"M aJ.'-Oen. Morgan.'' .
'!Tha first want of eTtry nation Is peace,
the last is peace. It tvsnls pears always,
80 our forefather! nndertlood the philosophy
ot government ; for they established a sys
fern which dispensed with even tbe forest
-ntreraary to perfect defence, rather than
tuoiber it with , such at might tempt it to
unnecessary toll'uion wltb othsr Stales. A
demftcratic government has no adaptation to
war. War Involves nation in debt, end
requires vast supplies of men and taxea, and
-self-taxing people will not, exeopt when abso
lutely obliilged bv the exigences of danger.vote
ither'one or the other. Our government
htt noleffectiveponersof conrcription. No
modern state bat carried on, or can cary on,
ireresslvowar without conscription. War
however brief its duration, and however
light Its calAniities, derange all tocia I Indus
try, suoverts onier snu corrupts puoitc mor
als, The lint element, then, ol our soda!
happiness and security Is rtuci.
EsT "If tha infernal fanatics and abolition
Iwla aver get the power In their liada, they will
over-ride th Conatitntlon, tat tba Borpreme
Court at defiance, oh an go and tnkj lawa to tnlt
themielvas, lay violent bandt on thoae who dl
fur with them In their opinlona, ordsrtqett
tlun their infallibility, stud finally bankrupt tM
.eonntry, and dvloga it wilb blood."
f3F "Kavsa 'fall to proteel tgatnatany vlo
l.itton of the Conatitntlon , nor 'let any member
of tho Government tranrgreat. People ar very
uily habitaated to encroacha-ient upon their
nbrtlte.. Th ptoyl ahoulb advla tb Govern
ment W cbtng It oura.''Vab . Orilt
nt4 ' ' '
" Wait th army I fighting, yon at ol--tUant,
aeatbatth wtr It protocoled forth
pretoTvatln of th Union amo ConTttcTioi,
toryosr Natiomalitt and-yonr Riaait AtCi-
EST "LET there b noobang by ntnrpa
tlon ;.for through thla. In one inatanc, may be
tbe InelrHnent of good,- ituiKs autimary o
pin If hicfrt aovtrnmnti ar deitritd. Th
precedent muet alway greatly overbalance, in
permanent evil, any partial or iranalent hone
st which the nee can at any time yield.' -Wash-offer'
Farttctll A ddmi.
A NEW ND IMPORTANT WORK,
1 HE FOUR ACTS OF DESPOTISM
BT D. A. MAnONT, OT IOWA,
Author of ' The Prisoner of State "
T bit work will oontain full and official eoplsa
nf th ronrurett Act or uenpotum oy wnion
tbo eonttltntlooal government of Wothlngton
wat tubvertod, and tbe Iraaapontibl Lincoln
dynHnty iiidtalled init pUoe.
1. TUB TAX BILL, by which all th property
and Tfleonrcoa of tho psopl ar ntortgaged to
tho proKontadiniflietrAtion. . .
!. TUK CONSCKIPTION BILL, by which all
th boilio of poor men not worth 3l0 ar
olactd In the liaodtof the dmlniatrttion.
t. TUU FINANCE BILL, whioh deatroyb StaU
Bank and placet the entire onrrency of tb
onatrr in the hand of the Secretary of tb
t. THE INDEMJTTTT ACT, (fitting ellmtx)
wwon prtjnree to inoammiy in r reaiaent
for all the wrong he hat committed in thr
past or may commit in tb fntnr.
Tbea will each b prodd by a careful an
alytlt.by Mr.alahony.and thalr nnjutt. oppr
aive, nnconatitutional and odiont featarat point
ed out. A a book for reference, it will bo in
alnable to th farmer, the mecbanlo, the poll
tician.tht laborer In fact, to every peraon, for
tbete montrom acta roach from th loftiest mar,
ioo to th humblest cabi in the land.
Thete four - aetaaraaot pabliahcd ioethki
in ny otbar form. Thoy will make a large oo
tavo pamphlet of nearly 200 hundred page, In
good tixed typ. and will be told at th low
pric of Firry Cant in paper, aod 6avtitTl
sits Cr.MTt in rnnalin'bindiug.
Bend on tb order at one. All orJert will
b. filled according to tha date of reroption.
Kirt corre, firet terved,. The car b mtut ao.'om
pany all ordcrt.
' ' , VAJf EVBITJ, ITOBTOM Cor
j 'o. 163 Naieao Street, Naw.Te.k
K. B. Snbacriition recti vd at thlt Offlo -Jnly
Jd IM3, tf.
WnsaiAt my wife Louisa Dunltla hat foft. my
bed aud boar ! without any jtiat caet or provo
cation. I hereby warn a'.l peraon not to har
or tro titer on my roonat a I will not pay
tny deb'tof her corrtTfting.
rBrtl7th--lw. JACOB DPKLE, ..
GOOD NEWSAT LAST!
'Th aaTar-axlllag KB. JUPBAIft at tba taat.
tuecMda wbca aU uUmt aara SUM.
aza swno ua at vncoma,
'AU wh kaa htra jrtiiaM. aat wtoa foaA aaeal
tiatv kM diMP) UnttA, cruahH aai blartwi. all waa
bat aaa ttaucm.' tT uiM-proauM ea ami, au waa
tuiva Ura omlnd anS trtft-a,U S U him tm
attka and ta ft tkiMcOoo.
ili mtkm yvar aUtkmuiMa mm away, r auka tka
tUadar aad aav of rw (iiaulaa rail biIm, aa aa
uMAiu yuar ananctar aod rMetabUliy la apli ot n
-tworu aud rauxM. AU h r ia duuU vt Ua
I loot of tbaae Uir Im aaiH klmlonUoreaad aMJjff
Uulr BleK and to lad eat if laair bnrht and wars
feci Ul be nalrud.
41V xora -aJTArna xxa -Nbtsr
Hi haa aacrtt of wlanlnc th arbctloni of tha
vrKl . H fniit Um iugl lo a waallhy and
luppy nukrrUg. and -nakt h married bappy. Hie
aid and adic baa la aollcitM la iaaiuanbl ia
euana, aud ll tmvt aaa alwajrt baaa
a srrEDT & BArrr rntamuar.
To mak1 thlngi aior lora, be will ahaw IcxUbt Ilka
TOUR rTJTTJRB HUSBAND OR WJTT
Tie will tall yoa thtlr circanutanow aad thalr fotur
.aKapacta; and what la Uik-r lhn all, b oaa tall yui
Ihflr tbounliM and what thtlr "rwU" tntonlloiia ar.
W lull It batur tllll, ha caa UU yo if IhaywlU ataka yow
Dr. Rapliaal to, Ihmfora, a tare dpa4e
TsalliabMlMM btoadtlM UiavaloAbla. Itaatafct.
Ml, with 4h TMlM( timlnty, tlui rantt of aU aora
wiarclal aad biulnM iraiuactlutu and qwculaliona Df.
lOphAni tnurpru dmuaa for iollary muulwi wllb aa
falling aocot-r. .
imtrmk wltboat any aitra chart.
MORS OOOD NBWS!!l
PT. BVArBAEL wlU aatt ytor -Horoacopa r wrlia
'our natiTlty. Efary nun, tMwijh the Uhlh aod
ulih of tha land, who haa ba lark, and who oaa
aol gat oa la the world, thoold ba la pomealea af M
Hutuaoopa, aaa ( r. wpaaei a
Written Opinion of hi-" Fat ore Prot
, . pacts la Life.
It will gold him to wealth, amluaaa, and koaar.
Thooianila ol (rood nan, who ware DatwtaoaM aadwa-tiirrmf-il
la Iheir LuiuMa oa who wotkad hard, aad
who euafrtlad afalait advanlty anS laiarbrtuee the
tnaUr part of tli.lr Urai, aad who lanal ta avtra tlwy
triad to l forward In lha world I ha man thing wml
agtliut them: Tboaa nun got Dr. Raplwal'i wrltua
opinion npoa thalt ratnra praapacta Id life. All thoae
who wiatly foUowaSDr. Saphaal't advice are aow
RICH, BAXT7, AND SUCCESSTUt
la all thalr nndartaklng ; while Iboae who wart blladad
by prtjadlaa and Igooreuw, naglactad bla adrkt are lUU
laboring againtt adnnity and povaily.
WBAX.TH, UMIIVENCB, AND QOOD
an within the reach af all. If yon wlib to U riah aod
aappy yon will conioll him alw.
QOOD NEWS for Ihe AITUOTED.
'fie hu tba tlft, aad aaa tall tbe afflicted tba ataaa at
thulr dlMaee aaii antrisg. Be ran alrt tall whathar
Ihty can ba csrad or not, tbut earing tbe affilcled both
Uoukl and axpao.
Counltatlona dally, Rnodayi aicaptad. OOo hoar
froalOA. M.tot.P. B. ....
AU laWrrlawa an auictly prirat and eanfldtatlaL
Tbaraforewaaay.toonel goaUl andooaaoit
The Attrologet of the 19th Century,
No, 09 cast rmn street,
Betwetc Syumora Stmt and Broadway,
ant fltl CSS BBOTCXD 10 SUIT TBS TIktM.
ariani (or VUltani. Ledlei ftr canto i 0ntuiDM
aaa dollar, for each oontoUalicn. Whan yon call,
ASE TOR THE DOCTOR,
It will prevent rabtakae.
arPanua at a Utotanc may eommnnic vri
aimAU.v bv ltttor.
rttor, if may incioae va i'ut.u, i
Cooaultauoa ..Fta, in wcu mm.
All letu n, comma-
aUaationa, and intarrltwi, an itrlcliy prlata and eoo.
IdaatUl. No aniwar will U (Iran to fattara anltaa en
lollar to indow4 u a OcHnultmlon Fee.
Addnat aU lettan a, follow, :
02 N. S463, POST OrTICS,
, let It be cherry
fcntoad that tb pric named at a eommlta4le Bare
for a eoniiiltatlon only. It doee not pay for the floetorl
writtaa opinion of your fnture proepecto in lira. It doee
aot pay for winning tha affection of tba oppcalta tax,
aor for tbe couiunmallon of a happy nurrliga. our foe
doint any other btalnM Bamad In tha above adrertlee
Bwut. Tt Doctor haa a Ihreo prioa forTtng h Mpa.
ntabnalnaai. In your coMulutlon with tin Doctor, y
laarn bow yo caa nallia tbe food hope naarait yoai
baart ; yoa an told how yno can gat all Too want, and
bow your buitneM aught to to dooowo that it can no
foil. llewtU braitllwbatuiyotirDmiNY. In iborl,
be will teU What to baton yon, eta.
Caution te the Public.
Pr. W. Rephatl, the Aittrolomr, bH -no connection
With PBOrEaSOBor Dr. W. M.Bapbael, orwithaaf
other gantlaraan of the aaiut name.
aT"0ot thlt adrtrtlMnunt out. Whan yoa coma,
bring It with yon and ibow It to the girl who openi tht
door. To.pnrtat mtotakee, uk to
SEE THE DOCTOR HIMSELF.
LET THE AFFLICTED READ)
And laarn that a perfect and radical core to warranted
and guaranteed to all who an nfHlctrd with waaknwt,
debility, ncrvoue cojnnlalnti, melancholy thought,, t
pTOMlon -af tplriu, diitroai and angatob of mind, led
of itoap, lea, of mtiaory, lou of enorgr and mucular
power, pany growth, waiting awny, ana a want of eoa
Bdence in thamMlrei, fainting flu, eonvuUIre tna
. HEAB WHAT THB MKD1CAL PBKSS BATS.
Some plirtlcUnt reonln to be told the natun of your
dtoaaw the ENGUSli BOTANIC PUTSICIAH doae
not. HU perfect knowledge of tbe human tyilem enable,
him to dMcrlb the dlauatee without any Information
from the patient, to explain ite original cauee, aod M
guarantee Ita con. And, what la mora valuable ill, he
wiUboaettly and fraakly teU whether yon on be oared
or not. All hie eomtnunUatloni and luterritwt an
Itrlctly prirate and confidential.-Jfedioul Journal.
xna uounie nemcaiee or vr. napnaei, uia anguw
Botanic Phyaiclan, never Ceiled yat to make a per fret.
radical, and permanent cure of ALL PRIVATE,
CRIT, AND VSNSBEAL DISEASES, without the uae
of .Mercury, without blnderuice from boilneet, and
without (oar of dleeovery or epoenn. Mo deadly pel
tone, enob ae anenlo, nnx vomica, opium, or any other
foieooe. Beaaercury norany deadly mineral nothing
ut purely Vegetable Botanical Bemedlec an need by
thla wonderful Botanic Phyelaaa. liia Botanic Berne
din never yat foiled to eon tba moat obatiuate and the
moat dangeront eaaee, and to ranoro all mercury and
other ImpuritlM from the tyitem when all other Bema
die bad failed iitdiml irmrmtl
GOOD NEWS FOB 8IN0LB H EK COV1CNPLAT
INO MABRIAOB. Bear whU tba Baltimore come,
pondent of tb Oddfellow, gvonaboro, Meryhend, aaid
a Thortday, tb dial of Mtj , I860:
Nnmerona cure, of diaeatje caused by early Indltcra
ioa bating bean performed by tbe Englleh Botanic Phy.
Iclan, 1 bel It my duty baring a knowledge of thein,
to etat tb foot, beliaving that 4a doiag aol may do a
service to tha tuflsrtng. Oaa ease la partlen tor that
of a young man in thto city ia worthy af-orta. lie had
-become tba victim of a habit, the men allnelon Uwhlek
cauee, aabndder,and after yean of tuSering and doctor
ing Java as all bqpaa of recovery. lie wtetied to marry,
nd waa dearly 'balorad by u eweet a girl aa ever Itoped
vrorda of affection, bol he waa fearful, uervoue, and proa
tratad. Be dared not wed on account of the hat tend
eteat ef ajlaeyafom. Heaonght relief at tbahaadaef th
ifiotanio Phyelclaa, and, aiteniahlng atdtmay aeatB.iaM
tb bloom and vigor of youth haa returned, and it 4t
aow tbe happy father of a pair of bright boya."
Any who an entering, aa matter what their eta
plaint, can call on tba Botank PhyaidaBConadentlally.
Ihay may nly upon relief. Bia offlo It at V. Sg
BUST FIFTH Bet. Bycamon St. an Broadway, Oil.
Width J Id OOl.
or ALL KIKDS.
AIo, Warehouse rnclai,
Letter Pree. Ac.
i AIRBANK8. GBEKJJLEAF CO.
ITS Xka Street. Chicago. Id in Clnatnut
by THABEK ATJBEKT.
pyBe evi-ftil-Unuio6S;l a
Jaaaaryl, Ma ' .
THE Allenivlll Steam flouring min,haT m
forgone a thorough repair, and the proprie
tor wishes to inform the publio that they are
sow prepared w do all etutoat work to tht entire
tatisfactUa of fhakoeiitomavw.
NEWUACHIoTES have be dieft to the
mill and cur friend will And a good work aod
good turn m'j a at ny othsr mill, give ut j
caiiano test u truui ol wntt w aav.
, Aug. 13th-6J-tfo. HUSTON RICE.
T H E OR
IS NOW OFFERING
GJ1EA E R DM G A NS ,
Then any oilier floase In SouiLern Oliio.
His stock, w Hich isinxiehtlie largest
and neatest, and was principally
Bought before the late advance in
prices, he will positively sell,
TEN PER CENT LOWER,
Ihen any odter Iloaso hi the Coualj,
Wanted- wool, Meat, Eutter,
Eggs, Eags, Feathers Dried fruits,
Flax seed, oions, Dard soap, and
all articles ot Country produce, for
which the highest price will be
Jnnry 8 18(53 lyr
I Q I NlAL
STATE OP OHIO, VINTON COUNTY
TN COURT OF'COMMOJNPLEAS.
ftanroa W. Eovr I !. 1
EliibthRnyrbiwifo( I v-p-rtiao-
Margaret Uuorback I Deft. I
and othera I j
MargRrot TJtterbac, llonry UtterbacTt, of th
county of liarriton mtnoiioi unta. iaoei
Ann UttarbacK, aminor ana aiery uuorowis,
both of tbe county of Vinton and State of Ohio,
will take notice that on tue zsa any or unn a.
D. 1863 the tald Georg W. Royer and Elizabeth
p.r kia wife filed their petition in the Court
of Common Plot, of Vinton county and'fitaUof
Ohio, wherein mid petition I now pending and
wherein ttie eaia uocrgo noyur puu nuwu
Royer demand partition of the following real
eetate tituntetl in tne county 01 v mwn, ana
8t4teofOhio, to-wit : The north half of the
anuLh west Quarter of 8ectIon number thirty-one
(31,) in Township number ten, (10.) of Range
nunirer eiguieea, t""""! "i"!"
ere more or lest, and that at tba next term ef
aaid Conrt. the aaid George W. and Elitabeth
Royer will apply Tor an order mat partition may
De maae ot aaiu proime,im '"-
Eittate of the aaid Mary Utterback therein be at-
eWrned. Thla 2d day of June A. D.1863.
HaWITT C.DMIBT01I, M, . nJi r.i,
Their Att'yt. LLli.AUl.lu milk
Julj tai 1888.-6W
LEGAL NOTICE. LEGAL NOTICE.
IN THE COCRT, OF COMMON PLEAS 01
VISION COUNTY OHIO.
Henry Johnton, l'llff. '
Aoranam jounaon i ri.h.
& Others. (
Abraham Johnson of th County efJaokton
and Stat of Ohio, William Johnson, Christian
Johnton, Sarah Walker formerly Arab Johnton
William Wahxer, Charlotte i,arw formerly
Charlotte Johnson, Joseph Larew, Emily Salt
formorly Emily Johnson, John Salts ad fhoma
Fee, George Fee and Sarah Jane Fee, minor
htirt of ClarUaa Fee deoaaaedV, formerly Claris
sa Johnaen, allot tbe county of Vinton in the
Bute of Ohio. Rhode Kite, of the State of Iowa,
minor hoi of Polly Kitedoceaeed, formerly Pol
ly Johnton; Nancy Kite formerly Nancy John
eon, Zaohariah Kite, Teres Sogers formerly
Teres Johnson, John Bogort aatd John John
eon of th 8taU af Wisconsin, will take norlo
that a rcrtltion wat filed igaiott them on th
20th dar of June AD 1868, In tlte Court of Com
inon Pleas, within and for tbe ocranty of Vinton
and State of bio, by Henry Jobnuoa and ia
now pending, wherein the said Henry Jobaioa
demand partition rf tbo following real estate
ituaudln the county of lnton analUauof
Ohio to-wit : Th north-eaat quarter of the
touth-eut. qasrter of section number elileen,
(16.) in Township nnmber ten, (10.1 of Itanffo
number Mventeen, (17,)xopting ten creaoff
of the too tu tide or laid forty acre tract owned
by Daman n Tarr a Co. Alto the north west
Quarter of tli aoath wet ouarter of Soction ntam
bar fifteen, ( 16,) f owntlrip, Rang tforasaid, ex
oepiing ten acre off of th couth aid of aaid for
ty acre tract owned by Damarin Tarr Co., and
also xoepting twenty acre ff of the atsida
of -the remaining thirty aoree owned by Wjlliam
Walker, being ia all forty tores mora or less,
and that at th next terra of laid Conrt, the taH
Henry Johnton will tpply for ia order that par
tition may be road of aild prtmiae.
Uiwitl a Eomistok, ' -HENRY JOHNS ON,
awyaiorriM. juiy za lK-w,
OESI.lJTI01t OF CO-FABTNER-
The Copartnerihlp heretofore exlrioe between
the undersigned in the'praotio of law, hat by
tne txpiraui u oi in iiro umitea tna or mu
. .. . 4. . . f , i . a m -
tual conaent o.'the parti e beea dlasorVad. 1 Ex-
oept as to unsettled bttsinsas
Person indebted tout for profeisiontl tare
vice wlU confiira ftver bycafflng jnS. P.
Hrwirr. ' at MaArthnr ' inn mMtUnir eiilii' ;e.
Jnnnt. E. T. BINGHAM
until lMt-lw. " - B. T. HEWITT '
STATE OF OHIO VINTON COUNT T
'TN COURT OF COMMON PLEA 8.
Booth a Braley vt Jehlol Fraie etal.
William Alien Fraze and Kdward Kraua
Tinkney Tarr and Terrtata Tarr, who ar aup-
.- :J- ,1(1 n r. . . m '
iwiuivmm, rnH icaa otaie or osniaa,
will Uk notice that Booth a Braley of tht coun
ty efJackeoaandSut ofObio, onthtJlttdsy
ofOctobor 1857, recovered a judgment againtt
Jobiul Fnret then of th oounty of Vinton and
State of Oblo and now deceased for the anm of
six hnndrod and eixty-niue dollar and seven
cen'e (669,07) with coat taxed to four dollar
and ninety-tix ct. (4,96) in the Court of Com-
mouM'ieat or Vinton county tnd State oi Ohio,
that iaid.jcdgment remains in full force unpaid
and vinrovereed. And tha aaid Pink nav Tarr
audTerrema Tarr, William Allen F raise and
tuwara r razee, are rurtber notified thattald
Court have ordered the heir and legal represen
tative of the aaid Johial Frtzee deceated to be
made parties defendant to laid judgment. And
that Plantitf at tbe next term of aaid Court af
ter tbe 29th day of Augu.t, A. I). J86S, wlU
move aaid Courtt revive aaid judgment against
them and othera who are the le! rnnrauntatl va
of the aaid Jeblal Fraiee deceased.
BOOTH A BRALEY,
41. 8. Bcmdt, BmoruK aHiwitt,
July 2d 1813, w. Their Itt'y.
STATE'OF OHIO, VINTOST COUNTY,
IN COURT OF PROBATE.
Bebecoa Myert and Thorn Myers, Sarah
Satclifl and 'f obi at Ratcliff, Charity Wheeland
and A'Jnor Wheeland, all of the State of Illi
nois; Nancy Hughn tud Joseph Hughn. Eliza
Barnett end Lewii Berne tt. and liar R.n,i
all of Hardin county and State of Ohio. Emilv
n,iHienuuuu r minr, amna jt.ttay, xllx
J. Ray and Margaret Ray all of Boss cour.tr Ohio
and Jesse Ray, Weston Ray and Silaa Raw. all
of Vinton county Ohio, will take notice that on
to Jra aey or Aoguet a. u. 1868 Josiah Bar
nett Executor of tbe last Will and Taatimant r
jamet jtay neceasea, niea in tbe Probate Conrt
wiimnana lor tnecounty of Vinton, and State
of Ohio, a petition alleging tbatonthe 26th,
day of October A. D. 1861, the aaid Jam ea Ray
then In full life, enured into a contract In writ
ing i itbJohn-Stevene for tbe sale of tbe follow
ing -described veal eatate, dtusted in said coun
ty to-wit : Beginning at the Ktcliff aud Bay
corner as described in a deed mada to James aod
Thomas Ray from Join. Ratcliff and wife dated
Aturuat IStb. 183. Said .aoniAv ! ut. tit .
bank of taltcrk in Etglo Townthip, north of
toe unugu serous aaio uuit oreex, rrom tbence
west siaty rodt to the quarter Section lino, from
thence uth on said quarter cection Hne, on
hnndrod and aix rodt ten- feet and six inohea to
the quartor section comer, thence et sixty rod
tbonc nortk one hundred and tix rod ten feet
aad eix Inches, to the place of beclnin
ing forty acres more or lea and being a part of
ti vitu-uei quarter oi oecooa nnmoar twea-y-two,Xsa.)
numbeT nlaeteen,(l,)for the aura of one thous
and andSfifty dollars;tkat aaid John Stevona haa
paid the full amount oft purchase money for
laid tract of land according to the term of aaid
wn',,n a . . .1 r O.I
-.vu wu.iav.,- nuu bun. oeoeocB any ore mar
ried to Thorns Myre,6arh Batcliff titrrled to
Tobias Ratcliff, Chanty Wheeland married to
Abner Wheeland, all of the Slate of lllinoia;
Nancy Uughn married to Joseph Hughn, Kliia
Aiaruaw mmm w jjewia oarnett, and nary
Barnett married to the poiitloner all of Hardin
county Oaio, Emily Walker married to John
Walker, Jme N. Ray. Ellaa J. Bavand Mar.
SaretBay, all of Rose eontaty Ohio, and Jaate
ay, 'Weelon Bay aad 6ila Ray all ef Vinton
ootrn.y vmo,ro tne nainatlaw nd legal roar
cntiative of aaid decedent, -
The praa-sr of the petition it for antni.r!tvtn
raaao a uooa tvea.u aunornsrens lor SSIU pcem
ieee, on behalf of atSd heVrs at law. and in nan.
I . J J . . .. -
foyjmty t th terms of eaid contract, ,
Said netiriofl wiH baforasarlnsnw tVet-.tJ
ointthdty of Angmt 1668 or so coon thereto
ea leav of Conrt can bt obtained. ''
HswfTT a EMrwrew,'' -; JOSIAH BARNETT
... . . . , r . n.ul.j.
TB inr iQiin.
. txtentor of Jtmtt
;.- ; won .
Kot for 61ood j srtr; but for customsrf for
THE NEW AUD CHEAP
DAY1S AND FELTGN,
DA ISA N O NEWKIRK
( AT.THKIB OLD STAND
J est received a splendid stock of
FALL AND WINTER
Wool Plaids,;Valeiitia Plaids, Prints,
Bleached and Brown Munlins,
&c. A large stock and b.
low tbo present whole
CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING,
A full stock on band and far below
-all competition ia town.
VE8H1N G6, AiTD CASS12TE2S,
In fact, everjrthing you need in
BOOTS 1 SHOES,
We keep every quality and
stylo, and will
SELL THEM VERY CEEAP!
Having bought our stock entirely for
Cash, we are enabled to
GIVE GREAT BARGAINS
in all kinds of
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
WOOL GOODS for MENS WEAR,
Fancy Goods, Balmorals, Hoop
Etc., Ecc, Etc
All kinds f Country.
Received in exchange, at the highest
maruei prices, ir you want to
save money and select out
of a largo stock goto
Mm & FEITON'S.
' October 63rd, 11)62 lyr.
Dr. 8, B. D IJ-IV li'A p.
! Wosld TMpeetfulIy anneoaos to th eiUxen
M M Ai.llllV SUlit VJeBJtn fT'V AVl.A I. - 1
-wv-iv.aiaia .wHM w aaa was. yvuitj Ulatt A) fM
rotnrned, and will ipead a few weekt in Mc-
A..L-. . AS .L..1.. I. : ' .TT T
""" vase aw iB'prvparmi VT pertorm
anil Iket (( ka -I
mm yiu inauoa aaa vewiswrs woo may lavor
Wnvwttiaoalli f,r i!':'''.'!' ' :.j .'
. t-JUCtjS , JJOU CRATE.
fs er.11 ka air ta "TiAja.t-aT. jm . ,;
aHrtt(VcArtbrOJoJ t, :j i. . .- '
r .Q.t, wajveav irje " WideeB
J i .' -j , , T'.)V.',,.
'Ifir- Dties ttotno. asr ttn
' ; ' U ttt tariUt Cotlaaat a ten.v '
hay beea Introduced to the publla for mors
Uun six j oars, and hare acquired, an
far eioeeding any Family Medicines of a
sirajlar nature in the market
Ad appreoiating publio was not long ia
discovering they possessed remarkahl
w4 henos their .
and eontsqaent profit to tbs f 'rosrieter, thns
eettbHtg. lim to expend ; ,
of dollars each year in advertising llsk
merits, and pablisning th
whioh b&ve been sbowersd upon him front
lctt o$ W ijovtuVV
The peculiarity of the
Is that they strike at tha root of Disease
by sradioating every particle of isnparity'
"xv v. "Boo
for the life and health of tha body depend
upon th parity of the blood.
If th blood is poisoned, the body drag
out a miserable existence. Thsts medioinas
fog euring -t5br-ouZo,
Syphili;'- , ,
' Bkin Qita$, Oli Boris, "j
Bait Jihsum, 2hwnatitm,
Qysptpsia, Biok SsadaoKs,
Livtr Complaint, Pivot and jlgu;
LtuoorrhcKi, Ftmalo Complainmt,
Erysipolas, Bt. flnthony't rv ,
Fits, Borqfulouo Consumption, ta.
IS f I f
OSEperson writes, her daughter waa eured
of fits of nine years' standing, and Bt Vitus'
dance of two yours.
lAJfOTHXft writes, his soaas eurS
after his flesh had almost wasted away.
The doctors aronoonoed ths oass insura
ble. A2T6TXl.ll was cured of Fever and Agas
liter trying every medicine in his reaoh.
ANOTHEJt waa onrod of Fever 8c r
which had existed fourteen years.
ASOTSSS of Kheumatitm of eight years.
Cases innnmerableof Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint could be montionea in which the
Purifier and Fills
are the most aotivs and thorough pills thai
have over been introduced.
They act so directly opon ths Liver, tieis
ing that organ to such an extent as that the
system docs not relapse into its former eon
aition, which is too apt to bs ths ease with
-simply a purgative pill.
They are really a
whioh, la conjunction with tho
will cure aU tha aforementioned dittnees,
and, of themselves, will relieve aad ears
Colio (Paint, C7tolra JlforLus,
Indigestion, (Pair in tht ouMs,
Try these medioines, as! you will nsvei
Ask yonr neighbors, who bare used them,
and they will say they are
and yoa should try them before going for e
Get a Pamphlet or Almanae of my local
Kgwnt, and read the oertiflcatts, and if yoa
have ever doubted yoa will
ovxVt tvo mote.
As proof that th Wood PnrlSer aad Hits are pnreta
vefeUble, I have ta eartlfloatat of these oeaineat chata
bts, Probaaon Cklltea of K. X., and Locke ef Oaeuwatt
Bead Dr. Boback'i Bpaolal Vetteat and OaHIBoatat pub
UsBadia a ooosplcaou part of that feper traea Unvt H
rioe of the Sotkillnavlaa VefetaMe Blood FurlSer. St
per bottle, or t per half doaen. Of tneSoandlnaitlan Tea
eUble Blood PIIU, tt cents per box, r t twxea fcr SU
rrinelpal Ofltee and 8alaroea, No. S Xaft f eortk Bio
Id Boliaios from Main St., ClneinnaU, 0. lakeratorji
(o. It Heoiroxmd tttaai.
FOR: SALE BY'
BLANKS BLANKS ! !
FOR SALE AT.THE DEMOCRAT OF
FICE, Wakavtei and Quit Claim Deeds, and
Mortgages, tbe shortest and most approved
Justices' and Constables' Jftanfa
Bach ts Summonses, Subpctnas.IExecutlons,
Orders of , Attschrr.eot, Affidavits, i UrfBer
lakjngs, Orders of Arrest, and . Constables
Sales Notices.. Also
TOWNSHIP OFFICERS' BONDS
for Treasurers, Constables, Supervisois. end
other Township Officers- Our forms ut
all the most correct. We' sell it prices that
will save you money. Yow orders are re
spectfully solicited, i
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Tlie Greet ChlOfS etfadr for pstrei
cKSmt' 'iVo. '-' ept,:mt-iaV.
QJfJ! BOX WI W, TWTOK ACBIRB.
InffraadientaajejrolV verthi plattOJb