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ThoHcArtbur Denioral.
OFFICIAL OBQA1VOF VINTON COUNTY,
LOCAL DEPARTMENT.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT. FOR LEGAL NOTICES SEE FOURTH PAGE.
TUI TU BOAD TO WKALTH, In TO ADVMTISI
YooaBcsrmss. TKMS,PAY1N ID VANCE,
LOCAL DEPARTMENT. FOR LEGAL NOTICES SEE FOURTH PAGE. Democrat for the Campaign.
We propose to sond tho "Dimoorat" from
no unUll after the Eleotion for 2Scta., each.
We bops our friend la the Townships will go
Jo work ami got usup olubs. You can all sue
(lie Importance of having a clruulntioa of our
homeorgnn, and we know you will not regret
taking a little time to help us in plaoiug the
JtmuoKAT in me nana nt ouroiiizena.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT. FOR LEGAL NOTICES SEE FOURTH PAGE. Democrat for the Campaign. Democratic Township.
Meetings.
TbDemocracy will be addressed
by good speaker at tha following
times and places:
' Saturday oreoiaz, Oct. 3d, . at
HatmloQ Furnace. ,
Monday evening, Oct.5tb,Jat Ea
elo Furnaca.
Tuesday evening, Oct. 'Cth, at
Wilkcsville.
Wednesday evening, Oct. 7tb, at
Zalnski.
Thursday evening, Oct. 8th. at
Cincinnati Furnace, and at Albin'e
School house.
Friday evening, Oct. 9th, at Fratts
ville.
Good speakers will be in attend
ance. Let us have good meetings.?:
LAST GRAND RALLY.
OF THE
DEMOCRACY,
OF EASTERN OHIO, AT
MARIETTA.
On Wednesday, Oct 7, 1863.
The ablest and most eloquent orators
in the country will be present.
On Wednesday, Oct 7, 1863. EX-GOV. THOMAS SEYMOUR, OF CONN.,
HON. D. W. VOORHEES, OF INDIANA,
HON, D. W. VCORHEES. OF INDIANA,
Don. B. T. Merrick, of Illinois,
JudL'9 John L. Green, ot Ohio, uon
W. E Fink, ol Ohio! and other, will
bo there and Bddrcss the Tens of
Thousands who will, . rally in one
grand jubilee! Come oao and all.
Come, ye freemen; who love the Un
ion and favor its restoration; who
demand tbe observance of Law; who
intend to retain Liberty; who are de
termined that the Constitution shall
be respected;--be present and hear
tllcse great Oratora discuss the issues
of the day. - .
The Latch Strings are out, all over
Washington County. Feople from
distance will receive a warm wel
come, and the b6t we have got.
Remember this is the last crauU rally!
order of tho
CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
of Washington County.
Das Will's Original , Cash' Store
lias now the, largest stock in town,
and the selection of Fall Goods are
ol an excellent quality, our friends
we think will find a'good assortment
to select- from, and Dansays he is
determined to sell cheaper than tbe
lowest.- Call and see.
Geo. B. Will, of tbecheapust cash
Store has returned to the city (bis
week, for a now supply of fall goods.
George knows the wants of bis custo
mers and they may confidently expect
good bargains. lie w ishes us to say
to our lady readers, that he will bring
on a fine selection of ' Ladies Dress
Goods, tbat lor stylo, durability and
cheapness shall not.be surpassed this
season ln.iicAitiiur. uuli ana seo
Ladies.
To the People.
A cotemporary sayi, Thirt? Tsar;
; ago an "agitntion"began at the North,
by the tools of monarchy, to delude
. and break down our institutions by
. poisoning : them with niggerism.
.They set up the theory that the labor
ing classes of tbib country were no
better' than negroes, and therefore the
latter were entitled to "impartial
freedom" with tbe ' former ! The
healthy instincts ot the people revol
ted at this ontrage on their manbood,
and (hey . mobbed the impious and
disgusting traitors to their race wher
ever they lound them attempting to
force their impious and obscene teach
ing On the people. But the amazing
lunacy that the world Las ever - wit
nessed; the "educated" clabses of the
North have been debauched into an
acceptance of this impious and hide
us tneory, and a great political party
.sprung upsome 3 ears ago for the
purpo3e of forcing if on the peoplo oi
the South. To the North, with its
handful of dying-out, negroes, "im
partial freedom" is a mere abstraction
to the South, with its four million of
negroes,1 'impartial freedoru"is simply
amalgamation if it ever could be
carried into practice. Hence, a poli
tical party in the North, which got
possesion of eighteen States, assum
ing that the Federal Constitution
includes white people and negroes
aiiKeana stands pledged to carry
this iuto practice, is a Mongrel,
mulatto or amalgamation party, of
course, and wneu a majority or north
em voters placed this party in power,
tticu a revolution was accompwabed
more monstrous and deplorable than
any other ever known in the world's
history. ' It is often said - tkat the
South bad nothing tto fear from the
"anti-slavery" party. Would it have
anything to fear from a professedly
monarchical party actually in power,
or Irom a Mormon or anti-martial
party in possession ol the government?
It so, it a rtvo.ution was accomplished
by either of such parties the instant
they got into power on a construction
oi the Constitution that it was in
favor of Monarchy or Mormonism,
tuen, ot course, a revolution was ac
complished tho instant Mr. Lincoln
was inaugurated, for he and this party
assume that the Uonstitution was in
rannrin trt inplnnrt nanvnaa onA that
avowed mission was to reduce this to
practice, to "abolish" distinctions of
race, and amalgamate four millione
of negroes in our political system.
uonarcuyconsits in artificial distinc
tiona of ciasses. It is artificial, unjust
iniquitous, and degrading millions ot
creatures whom God designed for tbe
same purposes into mere work am
mats to pamper the pride and vanity
of a small class alone. But is it ujI
monstrous or utterly destructive to
socioty. Polygamy or Mormonism,
like monarchy, confers favors on
few at tho expense of the happiness
and well-being of tbe many, for if
Kiug Solomon or Brigham Young
monopolizes scores of women, why,
then, other men must go without
wives. Caucatsian.
From Washington
From Washington No Division in the Cabinet on the Emancipation
Proclamation—An Universal
Emancipation Bill.
Correspondence of the Chicago Tribune.
1
Washington, September 8. The
New York Mereald, and otbei seml
disloyal sheets continue to give cur
rency to the falsehood fhut the Cabi
cot are divided ou tbo emancipation
policy ot the President, as contained
in his proclamation, and affirmed in
his recent Springfield letter. There
is not the slightest foundation, in fact,
for those statements. I have tbe very
best authority for saying that there in
not now, never baa been, aud not the
slightest prospect that there ever will
be any division cf opinion concerning
tho members of the Cabinet in regard
to the enforcement of tho proclama
tion or its validity. No man, in any
official position has' expressed the
least opposition to . the President'
policy in this regard. Ou the other
and men are daily coming ovor to
the great truth that slavery . mutt
die, tbat liberty and Union may live
in tins country.
lioverdy Johnson recently express
ed the opinion that no man set free
by the proclamation, or otherwise by
the necessitiee ol the war, could be
re-enslaved. Govemot Andy John
son of Tennessee,- has recently an
not iced a-eimuar position.
Old Mr. Blair, a Marylandar and
a slaveholder, said in the hearing of
the writer yesterday, that be was in
favor of "destroying slavery root and
branch;" and in saying this' he un
doubtedly expressed tbe sentiments
ofhisson, the Postmaster General,
as well as ot the whole Blair family
Take to yourselves no consolation
then, ye Copperheads, ou account of
any supposed division in the Cabjnet,
or among loyal men on this vita
question. There is no such division
and never will be."
Mr. Seward is most earnestly
favor of "keeping the promise made
by the Commander in chief to our
colored fellow citizens, who are so
gallantly taking up arms for the de
fense ot the Union, and for the
achievement of ttieir own liberties."
ver thirty thousand colored soldiers
re now in the .field doing service.
iltv thousand more will wear Un
cleSam'a uniform before .Jauuary.
Recontly I saw ft yopng colored man
at the Wac office with tho insigna 01
a Major upon his coat. This is as it
should be. Whatever is wanting to
make the coloied soldier in all respecte
equal to the white, Congress will
soon supply. ,
1 here and now forewarn Copper
heads of all degrees that one ot tho
fmt and most important measures to
come before the next Congress will
be an universal Emancipation Bill,
which will make slavery in all parts
of the United States au odious crime,
forever hereaftcr.-inflicting the peualty
of death upon whomsoever shall dare
to violate it after it becomes a law.
And moreover I; assure nogro ha
ters and negro owners, apd all their
backers, of whatever name, that'sucb
a bill 'will pass both branches of con
gress by a very large . majority, and
be bailed by the people as the brigh
test and best of all tbe great aud good
constitutional remedies for treason
and rebellion which have beeu invok
ed by i or during the most ' glorious
administration of Father ". Abraham.
No man who faithfully fights for tbe
Union ehal! hereafter be cunod by its
its power, or left to wear the shackles
of slavery by its neglect. Ita benig
nant and just protection will bo ex
tended iuto all the land and onto all
the inhabitadts thereof. In the glori
ous future, of this to-ba truly free land
of ours, "every State will be tuaran-
teed a republican form of government"
and "no person shall be deprived of
life, liberty or property without dne
process ot law." Alan stealing will
bo a I'uu! crime', and never more be
called by respectable names, fostered
and courted by political parties, or
naptizod by the Church; for slavery Is
forever doomed " the promi e e ,"
thank Uod, "will be kept," and the
people will unite and say ament
The Destruction of Liberty in
the United States.
- A.G.Ingersoll.of Phil
adelphia, in a letter written to the
Agy 01 that city, says:
' "In truth there can be but one ap
prehension, the appreheusion ot vio
lence; and tbat is an apprehension
which ought to make us bold: for
when the majority ofthe people have
mado up their minds to change their
rulers, if they can not go. peacefully
0 siguify it at tho ballot box, thoir
liberties' are at an end. On the 4th
jf November last an election for State
and rcueral officers took place just
wenty eight miles from this placo,
.11 tho good city of Wilmington, in
Delaware, a city whoro there is and
then was a decided Republican pre
ponderance, and ho (ears could possi
bly bo entertained ot Democratic vio
leuce. What happened! The pave-
ment of tho polling place, which was
uiu .(.own uuii, was occupied oeiore
the polls could be opened, by United
Dtates soldiers; Dan cartridges were
distributed to them as they stood
thore under tbe eves of the citizons.
tbey loaded their muskets, fixed their
bayonets, and then kept durinu the
whole day, in their own way, the pd
lice of tbe election ground, arresting
whom tuev u eased, and on v whom
tbey pluasod, and toward evening
cleared the ground with a ohargo of
DavonetB."
thus it is that tbe liberties of the
pooplo are destroyed, as tbey were in
France and Mexico. Ths military
tck.k possession ofthe polls!
The Opinion of Ex-Governor Dennison
of Mr. Vallandigham
In the late speech of Ex-Governor
uennison, delivered at Akron. Unio.
- ... .... .
September 12, and reported iu the
Cleveland Ltadtr (Abolition,) we
fiud the followiug: .
"My friend this morning reviewed
the record of the Democratic leader,
ana 1 win uot repeat it; lie is a
man of ability and experience. If he
were not we should care little for him.
Wo fear his talents. The devil him
self would be insignificant if it were
not tor his brains.''
It is because Mr. Vallandigham iff,
a man of Superior talents, and is do-
voted to the Democratic organization
that this superhuman effort is trade
to break hiiudown iu the public esti
mation . Ena .
LLj a correspondent writes ns
that the Butternuts are denying that
beuator Douglas ever gave his voice
tor the coercion of tbe rebels. They
might as well try to deny tbat thore
was a disruption of the Democracy
in 1860, and tbat Abraham Lincoln
was elected President of the United
States. Commeicial.
senator Douglas 6aid that "war
was disunion, no and forever," and
that no man could be for it who
was not a "Disunionist." lie said
tbat "peace was the only policy that
could save the country." Thia he
said in the Senate, on the 15th of
March, 1361. No man in his senses'
supposes that Sonator Douglas would
have sustained the war on tbe basis
of Lincoln's Emancipation Proclama
tion. ! bis last speeches he declar
ed, over and over again, that ho wond
never consent to such a policy. En
guirer, .
Punishment for Thinking.
-
Jennison and Anthony thna deliv
ered himself, recently in a speech in
Kansas:
I tell you it is a shame and a dis
grace for us to allow a man even to
think treason on the sou of Kansas.
If you have such men among you,
bang them for thinking?1
The punishment is for thinking.
ot.Lonis Republican.
Yes, hang people for thinking dif
ferently from Jim Lane! If tbo latter
should attempt to carry out his throat,
the President's suspension of tbe writ
that gives innocence protection will
assist him to do it effectually. No
body arrested under tho orders of
Lane and his minions iu Kansas for
"thinking." can be released - under
the President's, .lato proclamation---Enq.
- 1 '
Cutting Down th Treb of Lib
erty. At the great Bucyrus Demo
cratic Mass Meeting, tbe boys carried
a flag with the Tree of Liberty . upon
it, and John Brougb with a huge axe
working -away to chop it down, with
a jug of whiskeys standing on the
ground by his feet! There was a big
hack ip the.' tree, but Johnny was
getting out of breath. Crisis.
Punishment for Thinking. Lincoln's Kindness to the Laboring Men
-u leneinem toSupply tbe fluce ol
the Negroes.
Every white laboring mau onght
to pot up conspicuously in his dwell
ing the following: 1
oaid Mr. Lincoln in his last mes
sage to Congress; 'If they,' the ne
groes' 'stay in their old places' they
jostle no white laborers; if they leave
their old places, they leave : thorn
open to whito laborers.' "
lhat is as much as to say to the
whites, if you do not like to have the
negroes come North and throw yon
out of employment, you can move to
the South and take the place that the
negro has left! What kind advico
this is to tbe laborer, to be sure. He
may go South and substitute lor the
Enq.
A GOOD CHANCE.
RECRUITS WANTED FOR THE
90TH OHIO REGIMENT!
CtPtalnJOHN 8. JlcDOWELL, of Company
B. of the above Begiment, la now rocruitirir for
me Regiment in Vinto County, lie i author
ised to offer the uiual Bvuutv tothow who on.
. l nle Is one or tbe bout Bogimenta now In tbo
service is under command of competentotllcers,
and men wbo have so nobly etrntrgledand sull'or
hi in nieir country's nor vice, should foil tbi
gallant Begiment immediately.
The servies will new be light, as the UobeU
are preny weu"anvon tolne wall."
Come, boys, enroll your names among the
band of heroes who are weaving for tbom-mlvon
a wreath of undjlnir fame in this rrat tmo.
gle of Bight against Wrong, of Freedom aguiu.t
Oppression, of Loyalty against Treawm.
Itecruitlug Ueadquarters at McArthur, next
4as eVi& I)aiS alAl
Come soon 1 will not be "on hand' loutf.
8ep.lO-. . J.8. McUOWELt.
RECRUITS WANTED
FOR THE TWELFTH REG IMNT OF
OHIO
VOLUNTFER CAVALRY.
Ibtv. ..l,n.N. .1,. ... !.!-
l wj 1 1 .'!! iltv uumuur OI VSLUU
to reomit for tha Ik aUi u..;w.... i. v:,, -
- - " imw WVVIV eiVHmiU IS t lUrVI
-aw avujUVUU VUULHltJd.
VETERANS!
ThOM who h&VA knAn ts ttA AU. Ml
months or more, and honorably discharged, are
entitled to FOUK 1IUNDUKD and TWO DOLr
LA lt8 Bounty, for re enlinting. Other reoruits
win receive the usual one hnndred dollars
BoantV OIlA-fnurth ftf whtnh vrltl U r. t
the Uoglrnentis mustered in. Tbey will also
ravmone munin " pny ana two Dollars pre
mium, making FORTY DOLLARS advar ne pay
This Rflffimnnt UdAnlirnAil far UnnU.
Let all wbo wish to AVOID THK DRAFT, loin
this Begiment at ooce. 00 M ON BOYS I
K Tir nartti.ii1.M in.lv n .a .A r l nil.
son.atthe BogisterOrnoe.Mc Arthur, Ohio.
I. 4. VIMUll,
Bsp.3-6a-tf' Eecrnlting Offloer.
TISH WANG,
The Great Chinese Remedy for Secret
Diseases! 7" "
OIVE BOX WILL PEKFOI19I A CURE.
Ingreadients purely Tegetablo; fdeanant to the
-hi.ni. h.J A.Im - I . k ... .
-- '' , mw vSu vv.vi , mm umj uv carnaa in
the vest pocket wlthontfcarof delect ion. price
tl bex, sent post paid to any address by.
J.J. KKOMLIl. 403 CbesliMit St, fbil.
Circular sent free. ' Sept. 17-63-omo.
IN PRESS.
A NEW AND IMPORTANT WORK,
THE FOUR ACTS OF DESPOTISM
BY D.A. MAHONY, OF IOWA,
Author of "The Prisoner of State"
This work will contain full and official copies
of the Fonr Oroat Acts of Despotism by which
thaoonatitulioual government of Washington
wal subverted, and the irresponsible Llucols
dyna-xty installed in its place.
1. THK TAX BILL, by whion all the property
and resouicea of the people are mortgaged to
the present adminlxtratlon.
. TUI CONSCRIPTION BILL, by which all
tiie bodies of poor men not worth I3U0. are
flacedin the handsof the Administration.
I. TilK FINANCE BILL, which destroys State
Banksand places the entire ourrency ofthe
enuntry in the hands of the Seoretary ot tbe
treasury.
TUB INDEMNITY ACT, (fitting climax)
wbloh preiumcs to indemnify the President
ftiralltue wrongs he has committed iu thr
past or may commit in the future.
These will each be proceeded bv a carefull an
alysis, by Mr.Mahony.and their unjust, oppre
sirs, amtonstitutional snd odious features point
ed out. As a book for references, it will be In
valuable to the farmer, tbe mechanlo. the poll
tician.the laborer in fact, to every person, for
tnese monnirous acts reacn trom tna lolueat man
ion te the humblest cabin in the land.
These four aotsarenot published tooithii
In snv other form. Tbey will make a large oo
tavo pamphlet of nearly 300 hnndred pages, in
good sited type, and will be sold at the low
price of Fifty Cimts In paper, and Savcxrr
ivi Ckmts in muslin binding.
Bend on the orders at onoe. All orders will
be filled acoording to the date of reception.
rirsioome, nrsiterveu,. xnscsen most aogorn
pany all orders.
' Address " , '
VANKVKlK.nftETONiCor
.o. iu4 Nassau Streot, New Ye.k.
a. a. uuDscriitiog.teeeiTdet this Onl?
July td !S63;-tf.
BUMS IWKSll
FOR SALE AT TRE DEMOCRAT OFFICE.
Wasaiiteb and Quit Claim Deeds, and
Mortgages, the shortest and most approved
forma.
Justices' and Constables' Blanks.
Such aa Summonses, Subpoenas, Executions.
Orders of Attachment, Affidavits, Under
lakmga. Orders of Arrest, and Constables'
Sales Notices. . Also
TOWNSHIP OFFICERS' BONDS
for Constables, Supervisor
other Township. Officers. Our forms are
all tbe most cojievi. We sell at prices that
will save ou money, Your orders are re
spectrally solicited. .
' .7 AIXE NSY ILLE
STEAM' MILLS,
TUI Allsnsville 6 team flooring mllls.bave no
dergone a thorough repair, snd the proprie
tors wishes to inform the public that tbey are
now prepared 10 do all custom work to tbe entire
ntieiacUoBof'iheirooetomers. ,'
NEW MACHINES have bee added to tbe
mills and our friends will find s good work-and
eood tarn oats; as at any other mill, give use
till and test tha truth f what weesy.
Aug- 13thv-3-tfo. HUSTON BICE, f
ExcoinVGE iioiiE works.
mm
HiiiiiJiiM
1II11DEIV 10liDRV!
BENJAMIN LILL PROPRIETOR
HAMDLiN, OHIO.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
AMD MAKES TOOUDER '
Stoves, TlouM, llullotv ware
AND
ALL OTHER KJXD OF CASTINGS
r HE undersigned is new prvoared to execute
promptly all work w.loriid in bis line ol
busmei-s. All kinds of CusiIixh ususllv mudr
at Foundries, will be kept on hand and for sale
at tho must reasonable rates.
The futilities cf the Foundry rllnatcd. as ii
is, iu tbe midstof Furnaces where tl.e raw
metal la always to be had lit a saving vxpencu.
must be evident to all ; and the s-bscribor be
ing determined not to b ouUloue either iu the
quality or cheupnemi. of his mtiiufitcturer.
asks for snd hopes to roceive the pittrounge ol
bile eniiiiiiuiiny
CANE MILLS.
We are raanfactoring the beKt and latest in
proved Cahx II ills. Those wlshlug a mill will
do well to band in their ordurln time.
BENJAMIN DILL.
Febuary 12th 1888.--lfo
MAxMlOOD;
iniiarBHOW LObT ! HOW KEST011ED
Jutt rvhtithtil in a tmlid nuhj t.
PKK-E 61XCEMS.
A Lecture ou thei Nuture, ITriutmci t A
itauicnl Cure
Ppcrmatorrhoja or Semlnsl Weakns Sexuno-s
Debility, Nervousness and luvoliintsury Eml
ions inducing linpoteucy. Cousuinption, snd
Montal aud Physical Debility.
Hy roo-t j. cirry -;u well, m. d.
mi . . .
r if T " tact that awful coiisoquetiiTS
" niy oe enevmuiiy removeo with
out nitornsl medicines of theduiigerous spplica
lion of caustics, Instriimout, muUicated bougies
snd other empirics! (lvicos,;ls here clearly dem
oustrated, aud theentirely newjsnd highly mo
eesiitul treatment as udoped by the celebrutod
author, fully explained, by meuns of which eve
ry one is enabled tocure himself perfeotly, and
at the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all
the adverted nostrisjus of theday. 1 h he
hire will proves boon to thousands and thous
ands. Sent nndcr sol, jD a j.juin cnvolopo, to nnv
address, Post psid on receipt of two portuge
sUmpsbyadarci-ing the publUhers.
.1. t. t'LINE, ifi Co.
71J Boyery, Now York, P. 0. Box ttii
EVERY BODY COME THIS WAY
AND SEE
HFLTEBRAN & BEYER'S
i ivi r E 11 I A L
MARBLE WOMS,
nuicn we e'e lust opening and ycu wii
find it the cheapest pluce to buy
GRAVE STONES
.n the County. Wo bough our Marbla at the vt
rylowsst cask prices. H e thliik we art safe wh.'M
say there has Dover been sny person in Mo-
Arthur, that can tnke us down iu point of
VVUKKM ANSIIIIY DESIGN OR
FINISH.
Our Marble is of the Wt. n,,nm. i,..ii. i...
, .. .. ": - -.""-.j , ..wit .ub-
iara ana iianua. lou will fiud us iinmrHl t..
furnish you with Grave Stones a( most any priof
that you may desire.
.r: """avealhO on hand tie celebrated
ucrsa urino otone. which wp m inu, r.
sash.
Do net forget the place when in Town.
11ELTEBKAN BOY
Corner of Alain Logan stoel
isle A ilt -. ai
nuij -gj,-uj JlcAitnur, V.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, " I
Vihtok Coumr, 0. Aug. 27tb 1S63J
Tj th Qualified Electors of Vxntm Co.. 0
You sre hereby notified to moot at tliouanul
placea of holding Elcotions, in the several twn-
sbips in said eouuty, for the Stato, District and
bounty uncera, and at tne qusrters ofthe torn
mandant ofeaoh Company of Volunteers, in tin
actual military service of the State or United
stales, ahsont Irom then township. In accor
dance to the Statute In such case made aud pro-
.1-1 i i ' i in .Q.ta
tiuuu, pusvu npill 14 jsuj, ou
TUESDAY OCTOBER, 1 3th .186?,
and proceed to eloot, the following oflicor's to
wit:
One Governor, for tho Slate of Ohio.
Oue Lientonunt Governor, or the Stato id
Utno.
One Auditor, of State. ..
One Treasurer, of State.' , ,
Oue Judge, of the Supremo Conrt. , : ' .
One Member of Board of Pubilo Vorks.''
Cna Jiidirs. iif Va 0AH.,t .f,.
a..v.. . " i :. .uTi... r1" f,0B'
j. j . v.. - l9,oni or tne 6oveuUJn-
"""HistrctofObio.
One State Senator, for (be Eigkt Senatcrtnl
District, composed of tbe counties t f Lawrence ,
uallia, Meigs ana Vinton.
One Representative, for the County of Vinton
One Probate Jn ige, for tbe eonnty of Vinton.
One Clerk of the Common Pleas Court, for the
county uf Vinton
One Prosecuting Attorney, for the county of
vinton.
One Commissioner for the county of Vinton.
Apportionment -of Grand and Pettit Jur
oritocaih Jbvnihip for the year 18G8
Eagle,
Harrison,
Vinton,
Brown,
Wilksvillo,
10 Swan, 10
6 Kim, S
10 Richland, 14
10 I Elk, 20
Madison,
Jaokson,
Clinton,
Given umTor my hand at my Oil'ce. Mc.4rthur
Vinton County Ohio, this 27th day of August
Sep. 3rd-63,-5w. 6h'n V. Co. 0
SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION
DENTISTRY, .
n. Diiis inVi'
1)1
Would respectfully announce to th ouiiens
of Mc Arthur and Vinton County, that be has
returned, and will spend a frw week in Mc-
. ' j. v. 1. 1 . - r
ariiivur. aoq bum iiu in rvpruu VJ peritniu
all opparationa pet taming to Lis profession.
and that he will bo happy to wait ou any of
bia old friends and customer who may lavor
mm witn a can.
PRICE MODERATE.
Ife will be at Dr. Doddrigo'a office, Main
8treet, MoArthur Ohio.
. P. 8., Ladies wai tod upon at thoir rosidonoos
Meai rod. . a. a. Liu NLA I-.
BLANK' DEEDS. MORTGAGES
LET THE AFFLICTED READ!
Aae Uara that a rHkt eo4 mlifal em is nrraatW
siul niwntDiwI to ll wl.a are eitlwiad rkuw
d.bllitj, Dcrfoua cotnj!alDU, lucUurhulv llu.oijtiu, Ue
praubin of spirits, dutma aot snguUli of mind, lusi of
slctp, kmaf mmory, ts of srn sa miclrpuw .
puii icrowth, vsslifig away, and a WMilofoisfldaes le
IIliks-Itw WniI" flis, cuunolun tnaittlUies, bupo
tsuce SDil liilSJUAt of lils. .
HEAR WHAT TUB MEDICAL PRESS
BATS.
Bonis tilirtli-lm. nvinlrs to lit til. I tha nature ot your
dixaws Uis KMlLtnll DOtANIO PtlY.Sl(JIAX !
not. OU perfect kmmfalxvof lliehmuan ajrtcin cnabU
biui to rfarrltie the dlanuiM without any IslurmitUonrrisa
the patient, toeipUIn Itaurigiisl niiua, and toiiMrantse
Ita eure. Asd, wlut is more taliubla atlll, lw will boa
ntly and traukly trll wbethor yoa csa be curtd or not.
This will aatlify your mind, and sava ina ejpanaa, tiuia,
Uoubla, and dlMppulntmont. It will be tha meua of
asin( you many a dollar; It wffl save your health,
aud, what la bfttur than all. It will aava your life f.-n
OfiiiRiliorWn! sy wrong trastmcnt.
Uii axamlnatluua ar. nmla without any InforniatkiH
n-om the paiirut ; thomfur. ha thoroiiKhiy unJor.uiu.la
Uielr Plijnicalcuudlllunauil PlirsnoliKicitl daialupmml,
without which ha ne.er could bars uorfurmod many
astonishing; cures. It ahnuld lis nuwmlwrsd lhat llila
Botanic Phy.ici.to parforni cuiva tboaKht iinpuaiihl.
Itjou havo trlnt ulhars aud gut uo relief, ifyuawlahta
mijtiT Kuod beslih and hnK lit-, if J on am wlan, yna wili
go ail omault bit. HAP11AKI., tha B-.unlo Phyaiclaa '
All bis rumniuuirations and tutarTU-we an ttrktl
private and conndoutlal. MmduxU JummaL
Width J. First col. ,
FACTS ARB STUBBORN THINGS!
llvar what the Philadelphia correapondout says la lha
Cuniuonwutllb, Vi'iluiiu jton, Ualswara, sib uf April,
18A9l
"An Entll.h arntli-man, formerly ronnertnd with ths
British Army, and who styles himsnlf tha ' Kugliah Bo.
wtuk Phy.lcbtn,' has of lais gained an extaostT ireputa
tlun here hy hi. .kill iu curiujg all man tier of complaints.
Soma of his puiienta I bavs conversed with, and they
prouounoe his remedies and mulo of treatment as very
lutierior. Bonis huvs been reatpred as if liy ms)ric. The
ineilicine he umh Is di.lilleit by himaulf fruui various
berli. KiaMawiu rtus curative profierlies.
" Wliils actiuK Iu ths army lie devoted his leisure
moraeuts to a tliorntiirji study of tbe effecta produced by
oertain meilicinul root, and herbs on all manner uf dis.
eases. It seem, he luia found s sure and speedy remedy
for all ths 'ill. that fl.-sli la heir to.' Ui practice ts
already extensive, and is daily Increasing. In ths com
plaints to which females are subjected be has no equal,
as a Urge number here have teatilted tbat thoy ows not
only their present good health, but tlisir lives, to the
skill of this KuglUh botanic Physician." llisolHccisal
No. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
CINCINNATI
MORE GOOD NEWS!
FROM HIGH AND RELIABLE AU
THORITY. Tbs Botsnlc Remedies of Doctor Ilapliaol, (he Knitllih
Botanic Physicisn, never failed yet to make a perfect,
radical, and periuuueut cure of ALL
PRIVATE, SECRET, AND VENEREAL
DISEASES,
Without the iik of Mercury, without hindrance from
busiueas,sud without learof discoveryor exposure. No
deadly poisons, such as arsenic, dux vomica, opium, or
auy uthur poisons. Ko mercury nor sny deadly minerals
nothing but purely VeRelalde BoUuical Kenmlies are
need by this wonderful Bouuiic Physiciau. Ilia Botaulo
Remedies never yet failed to cure tiis most nliatinats
and the most duQKsroos esses, aud to remove nil mercury -snd
other Impurities from I lie syaieui when all other
Remedies hail failed. Jfcdiouf Jimrwil.
GOOD NEWS FOR SINGLE MEN
CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGE.
rfoar what the Baltimore correspondent of tlisOdt
fullow, D.niiiboro', Maryland, said ou Tlmnsday, the :ilst
of May, 1WHI:
"Kunieroiia enneof dleaes caused by early lu'llwro.
tion uavinir lieou Mrl'orintnl hy tin Kuli.li lloliinlc Phy.
.Icisu, I ftei It toy duty, having s knowledge of them, to
state the fact, bolievliimthalindoliiirao I may do s service
to the infTeriim. One case In prticul.ir tint uf syniinj
man iu this city Is worthy of note. lie bsd become the
vlrtitu of a bitblt, the mere allusion to which cansea a
shudder, and sHsr years of suffering nnd doctoring Kave up
all hopes of recovery. He wished Ui marry, snd was
dearly lieloved hy as sweet a girl as ever llsiod words
of affection, but he vras fearful, nrrviHM.snd pntrate..
Us dsred not wed on account of the shsltersd state
of his system, lie sought relief st the hands or the l!i
tanle Physician, and, aatiml.tilug aa it may seem, all thu
bloom and vigor of youth has returned, aud be is U'jvr
the happy father of a pair of bright boys."
GLORIOUS NEWS FOR THE LADIES.
A PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHIL
DREN. Hear what the Cincinnati Weekly Pros says on tbe Oth
ef March, 18HJ:
V's arc- decidedly opposed to drags and tn advertised;
remedies for ths prevention uf having children, but we
feel It our duty to scknuwlcdgs a benellt from any and
from every source when it is for the relief of siilluring
humanity. A fact bus corns to our knowledge that
ought to be promulgated and widely circulated for the
benefit of those ladies minus delicate liculU makes It
necessary to preveul auy Increase of family.
About twelve mouths after marriage, a lady of onr ac
quaintance gave blrtb to a daughter, but her sufferings
wore so great that her phynlriaus despaired of her recov
sry. This madeberdreadllieverythoMghtsofagalnl.
coming a mother. Sho tried every thiug to pruvsnt a
repetition of her sufTer logs, but without succeeding. Two
years after marriage site was again coutined, but her sin
Vrings were so great that ths child died, and hor own lift
waa despaired of. She was told by her family physiclart
thst if slie hsd sny more children lie feared her life would
be the furfeit. As all tho remedies she bad tried liefore
had failed, she applied to the Botanic Physician, lr.
RAPUAKL,
No. 69 EAST FIFTH STREET,
CINCINNATI,
FOR 11 IS
PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDREN.
tiis remedies bad the desired effect ; they not only pre
vented her frum having children, but they also Improvsd
her health. "To ths rests, AM. Tittsns sas runs."
The Botaulo Phyalclun'e remedies can be rerntn
blended, because they are Innocent snd safe. Tbey
operate without causing sickness or exposure. They do
not Interfere with tbs diet or occiitiin. They da
nut Injure the uonltb, hul tbey are certain In their
effect. J. FiNt'OST, M. D.
M. AlKIUUS, 11.0..
Any who are suffering, no matter what their complaint,
can call on tne Botanic I'hymrian confidentially. Tbey
may rely upon relief. Ills office hi at -
NO. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
Bulweeu Sycamore Street and Broadway,
CINCINNATI.
Consultation dally, Sundnvs cxMpted. Offlce beers
Wim SO A. It I. to S o'clock I W.
sT Persons at a distance may eomranirfcats efflrrr
nrNTlAi.lr by letter, If they Inclose UNK DOLLAR, fcr
Consultation Fee. In each letter. All letters, comiaunr
cations, and Interviews, are strictly private and cent
dontiaL No answer will be given to letters unless one
doltsr Is Inclosedas s Consultation Fee. .
AlIUrosvy?,r,a, fellows,
DR. -RAPHAEL,
BO J. No. 24C3, POST OFFICE, i
' CINCINNATI, OHIO.
CADTIOH TQ Till PUBLIC.
Ttr. W. Raphael bas no connection with PROFESSOR
or Dr. VV. M. Raphael, or with any other (sutleuaa
of the same uanie.
ar Cut this advertisement orrt. Whsn yon eosM,
orlng it with yon snd show It to tbs girl ho open tbe
door. To prevent mistakes, ssk to
SEB THE DOCTOR BUAtSELF.
Width 3 1st coL
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i J Will u. mi.Hrv.i; .uhuhuuh
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copy of his paper to tha publishers.
(inters received at the THE McAKTUUK
DEMOCRAT Office. Ap. 30th-3-4w.
NOTICE.
Wiiirias my wileLouisaDasikbs hofeft.my
bed and boar-l wilhomt any just catwe or provo-catloiv.-
I hereby wara all. pentona. not to ha,r '
bor or trust her on my account a 1 wilt notry.
any debts of hs r contracting.
Sept I"th-63 3w. JACOB DUKE.LL -

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