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Htvnoii, I ': 't V EDITOR.
V.'HUK WEN SHALL RCLB AMJiBlCA.
.lilKOAY ---Oct. 19. I6
UT- run conshtutio as ir is.
'iTi: tXIOS AS Ii' WAS. THbNEUUO
ilUI.UK UtIS. nud Kuiorceroent
df tiie Laud ngalurt all Officer who
!'"ve usurped Authority, at well a the
rVople tvbo lommii ureaence ui ia
FOR PRESIDENT IN 1864,
EOS. HORATIO SEYKOHE,
' OF NEW YORK.
Subject to tht Dtciiion of tht Dfmocratic
Lonvtmon oj tnt wmt union,
Ukmtekl Ladies Thoso who gro-
need ut the residences of Democrats,
jj tbo procession paaBed on Saturday.
mm i- ...
The Register has been kept back
ht ! wook, and will be issued on Mon
day, so that the lies it will coutaio
caauot bo contradioted. Believe uoth
io' that (boy axe afraid to publish in
time tor reply.
1a9 MErriKa aj AixursTatB.
ri!3 mooting was a success, about
a 000 wore iu attendance. It was
,:aiii old fushloncd earnest Demo
i iktic meeting, and passed off pleas
antly tied beneficial to the Democracy.
X bo West is all right.
Judge Hewitt's Letter.
Wo ask the attention of our readers
uj the Judge's letter. lie has been
baselv misrepresented by the leading
i;egro lovers of Vinton. The Judge
talks it out foi Brougb, don't he ?
Judge Hewitt's Letter. Gen. Morgan for Vallandigham.
Oc the first page of tbia paper will
lo lonod Qen. Morgan's letter. Be
iu stamping Ohio for Vallandigham.
The General led our boyB from Vin
ton in ;huir attack on Vicksburg
Lci'ure tbo sioge, and in their charge
on Cotincil Bluffs. No truer, braver or
laoie noble soldier lives. Boys how
Jo you like your General voting for
Vnl. Is ho voting for a traitor I
Keep it Befobb tbb Peoplb that
Ihc men who hung Vallandigham in
effigy, at the Republican meeting on
l.nrtt Saturday, are the same men who
lurnt Douglas in cfSgy in 1860, and
these Eame men, in less than two
yi-ara, will swear they were strong
supporters of Vallandigham in 1868.
The Abb. held a grand rally at this
l'heo on 8furday. Their three
Governors, l'arson Brownlow, and
tbtir 14 Rev. Colonels, lion's, &c,
did not come. ThiB was a great dia
npj-ointmcnt,-and a clean loss on the
circus bills, headed ''Uoion Democ
racy." Instead of tbo announced
upeakera, there came one Abolition
I'rofcssor Blair, of Athens college,
vbo, we are told, made an out and
ont abolition speech, for liberating
negroes, and carrying on the war
until slavery ia cleaned out root and
branch. . -
Another Professor, one Arthur
the same college, made a few re
marks, winding up with the assurance
that "ftod Almighty, through the
instrumentality of Abraham Lincoln,
xvill liberate all tbo slaves."
Judge. Plyley also made a speech
In character. These were the "big
guns." See in another column the
extract of a letter of a field officer,
Blair's true monarchal views. It was
intended that Blair should represent
Brousb, Arthur, Ben." Wade, and
thiit Plyley Bhould personate Parson
Brownlow. It is said the repressnta
wcro all good. -
Tuo crowd was large, and composed
c? men, women, children and a large,
display of furnace oxen. The mottoes
oi ibo leaJiug Absron houses in our
t-Jivn, qbow a malignant and vindic
tive anti-christian: spirit McDowell,
P.Hjtio, Gage and McLaughlin, on
ir'cJvral Row, bad ft lurge sign above.
their door wito these words. ''Our
candid ato Uvea in Ohio, Hemp, Hell,
aod Canada for Traitors." Tbia be
ns interpreted, means Brougb lives
in Ohio, and Hemp is to be procured
for banging, Hell te be their portion
after banging, and all, who obtain
mercy by bowing to tyrants are to be
tent to Canada ; and all is understood
as being applcd to Democrats, so you
Democrats know your portion in ad
vaoco. Oth or disgraceful mot toe a
were exhibited, and even the portrait
of Gun. Washington, a slave holder
himself, was disgraced in the associa
lions of such sentiments as uttered by
theso apostate I rofeesor s.
Freemen of Vinton, we atk yon to
read the following extracts of a letter
from a field officer in a regiment o;
Iioflocran s army, in which a large
nnmber of the Vinton county boys,
have been, and are now, doing good
service for the Constitution and Union
as they supposed (hey entered the
This Blair, is the man who spoke
at the ltepublicaa meeting at McAr
thur last Saturday, and who attempts
to teach the people to trample the
Constitution into the earth, by ex
horting us to sustain Lincoln, Brougb
and Wade in all their damnable
herisics. Here it is:
Miii-VjriQTjtm, o. v. i., r .
"By the way, and I write chiefly on
that account, I see that Professor
Blair has been over to your place and
made a thorough characteristic Bpeecb,
and I cannot forbear to give yon one
or two items which yon can use, or
furnish to Mr. Bratton, at you may
see fir. .
In July, 1861, Captain George W.
Baker, of Athens, was engaged in
raising a Company, now Company
B, 39 0. V. 1, and a son of Dr. Blair
enlisted, and the Captain says with
the consent of his father.' While the
Regiment was at Camp'Dennison Dr.
Blair got a- writ of habeas coepob
from the Probate Court of Athens
county and took his boy out, notwith
standing the boy was owing a nnmber
of debts among the soldiers of his
Company not one of which were
ever paid and the expense of the
writ was paid by the tax-payers of
a mens couuiy.
Bnt 1 have a mueh better thing
than that. '
In the Athena Messenger, of about
April last. rou will find a letter signed
"Eighteenth? one of a series, and
the writer in attacking certain parties
a; nonie charges "that a I'rolessor in
a college not a thousand miles from
Athens" had used certain language.
ineiaay to wnom tn&t conversa
tion was addressed was Mrs. 11.
Stewart, and the man was DR.
The substance of what he, (Dr.
Blair) said waa this : ! know some
thing that vou don't, because I am in
a RING where 1 get such information.
If the Government attempts to en
force conscript bill,there will be blood.
There are maoy men all through the
land who are boarding up arms, and
if an attempt is made to enforce that
law, blood will bo shed.
Tht ki$tory of th lift of our nation hat
tan vritttn, what remain! to bt vritttn, it
tht hitlory of Ut dtalh. Wt havt tritd a
republic, and it it a failure becautt it it a
ffovtrnmtnt of RABBLE. 2 go in for a
This is the man who sresnmes to
lecture the people qfl their duty to
the nation The facts are as I have
stated thorn above, and the man who
has figured in as many town lots, and
othe bhabp things in Chicago and
Athens aa he has done, ought to keep
; Always your friend, G.
There you have this noble loyalist.
He takes his own son out of the army
on a tocnicality, although his Captain
says be gave bis consent to the en
listment. He tells yon that if. this
law of Congress is to be enforced,
thero will be blood. He tells you
that the EalhU (the people) are not
capable to govern themselves, hence
he is for a strong government. He
shows us that lie is a monarchist at
heart. We have no doubt he is in
the secrets of this mad administration
and he is. now assisting to establish a
monurcliy or Btrong military despot
ism herei .
This extract, we pledge our word to
our citizens, Is genuine. The Colonel
is not an Abolitionist, although be
fore he entered the army he was a
Republican, and spoke several times
in oar hearing ia Vinton for that
party. ' He don't endorse BlairB
Nigget doctrines, nor. neither .does
his regiment. .' '. '
The Terrible Crime Mr. Vallanlandigham
of His Banishment.
two years a per
secutionafter all the lies of the
Abolition press, and all the inalifg-
nacny of the Abolition orators bad
been employed the Administration
arraigned Mr. Vallandigham before a
military court-martial of its own
creation upon the following awful
charges. It was alleged that at a
public niceties in Mount' Vernon.
Knox County, Ohio, and at a meeting
in Columbus, Mi. Vallandigham said,
on or about the first of May. 1803 : -.
."This is a wicked, cruel and ua
"A war not waged fur the preser
vation of the Uuion.
"A war for the purpose of crushing
out liberty ud creating a despotism.
"A war for the freedom of tbo
blacks' and the enslavement of the
"If the Administration had so wis
hed, the war cooIJ have been honors
bly terminated months ago." '
"Peace might be honorably obtained
by listening to the proposed interned
iation of France." ,1
"Propositions by which the South
em States could be now brought back,
and the South guaranteed their rights
under the Constitution, bad been re
jected before the late battle, oi Fred
ericksburg, by Lincoln and bis min
ions." Tbe Government of the United
States was about, to appoint Military
Marshals in every district, to restrain
the people of their 'rights and privi
leges.'1 ' ': '
"Order 88, from Headquarters
Army of Ohio, is a base usurpation of
"ibe sooner the people inform tbe
minions ot usurped power that they
will not submit to' such restrictions
upon their liberties, the better.",
41 He (Vallaudigbam) was at all
times and upon all occasions resolved
to do what he could to defeat the
attempts now being made to build up
a monarchy noon tbe ruins oi our Ires
"lie firinH believed, as he said six
months ago, that the men in power
are aiieinpunz v etiaousu a cesuoi-
ism la this country moie cruel and
oppressive than ever ex'sfed before."
There, thai it alt that teas chargtd
against Mr. Vallandigham, and for
u ne was sent an exue irom nis uome
and family into another land. ; ,
. For using this language he is, in
the estimation of the Abolition orators
and eaitors, a convicted traitor! There
Is not a Democratic speaker in the
Union, and there is hardly one Demo
crat out of the million and a half, that
has not employed avainst the Admin
istration much more severoand bitter
language of just censure and denunci
ation. If ht is a U aitor, there are a
million and a half of traitors in tht
freo Statu. How utterly lost must
tuo liberties ot tho people bo when a
iniin is pnuislieu with banishmuot and
exile for addressing bis fellow-citizens
upon the maimer in which thoir ser
vants are managing the affairs of the
No such proceeding could occur in
Europe, save in doepoticat Russia,
and if it is aot rebuked iu Ohio at the
coming election, then the people are
poor spirited indeed, and have the
faintest and most humble conception
of the rights and duties of freemen.
There never was in tbe history of all
this world a more disgraceful and
abominable outrage than that com
mitted by the Administration upon
Mr. Vallandigham ; it is admitted by
every respectable Administration
VINTON COUNTY, MoABTHUB, 1
Soplomber 26th 1865. J
W. n. Allison baa this day Deposited with
Treasurer of Vinton County, seven dollars and
sixteen cents for the redemption of the following
(Inscribed lsnd sold for taxes to Jossnh Myers.
North east quarter ; east half of tbe north west
quarter; aoatn west quarter or tha north
west quarter and tha north east of south aaat,
eontaininf three hundred sod twenty sores ia
Township numbtrten. (10,) of Range nnmber
ninoieen, 1 1 , i w monoa narneer iwentT-earan
(.) A. N. COZAD,
Auaiior, v. co. o.
HOW LOST 1 HOW EEflTOBED
uef PMMtd in a HtUd EnuUf.
PEICK BIX CENTS. r
A Lecture on thelIfature. Treatment A
Spermatorrbaa or Seminal WsaVns 6enM-s
Debility. NerTonsaeaa. and'.InvolantsarT Iml
sions inducing Impotenoy, Consumption, and
Mental and Physical Debility.
By ROBT J. CUTTCRWILL, M.'.D.
The importatt fact th -awful eonaoaenoea
of Self-Abuse may ba eflectuslly remOTed with'
out mternai medicines or tne dangerous applica
tion of caustics, instrument, medicated boa gies
ensues, lueirumeai, moaicaiM ooagies
r empirical devices, Lls here clearly dem
i, and the entirely new.snd highly sue-
cessful treatment aa adoped by the eeleoratod
auuor, iuiij expiainea, or means orwnloh eve
ry one ia enabled to cure himself perfeotly, and
at the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all
the advertised nostrums of tbe day. Thie lec
ture will prove a boon to thousands anditheos
ands. t ..... .
Seat under seal, in plain ssTolops, s any
address, Postpaid onraesipt of two .peataga
stamps 'by addressing tba publishers.
, CHA8. J. C. CLINI A Co.
TH Boyery, New York, P. O. Box 4314
D; S; DANA':
ATTORNEY AT my,
-V McAKTHUfi, QUIO.
sept, it- 63 u;,
Enquirer. SECOND SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT.
a flt.f.m.n fttfcji A4'.tA kJ TMMfr of Vinton Count. Ohio, for the last
haUoftraBfttl v ending August, Slat 164.
Ola 1559, for t&e bettor rejulailoaor IM
of tha Public funda. .
NAMES Of FUNDS
County Timd .'...i
. County UriJge Funde.
County Poor Fund
County Military Fond
Volunteer Ralief Fund
Military through Stale FuaJ
School md School Hoaae Fond-
, . Twnhlp tod Tewnthlp Poor Fund....
Oo 1 "I Ministerial Station No. 29""
" Oo aals of School Btctloo Na. it
TOTAL for all porwaaa
'- We tbe undented Auditor mod Treaiuref
forerolnt Statement, ii a UM Exhibit of the
County, on the laat buiancaa diy of August
ing waacn particular iuna, weu oeiog o pincr Bacariuee,
Glrea under our bauds officially this Sod day of October 136J,
la compliance with u set ated lpril,
tectipu ana iurani boh b mr.m
noil, wa .
1031 69 1
....444 88 2 -
..15 15 4
654 98 0
..-635 00 0. .
1187 83 S
99 IS f
- 1 OS 4
$48 64 01 Q
of Vinton County, Ohio do certify that the
condition of the Treasury of the aforesaid
1863, showing the amount of awney belong
A. N. COZAD, Aud, V. Co.
Oct. 8—63 HENRY REYNOLDS, Treas. V. Co. O.
FALL A N D 7 I N T E Q
ftsjsjsf IskassHSl MMitllHM
ORIGINAL CASH STORE.
The largest stock
AWa; EVERY VARIETY
OF LADIES DRESS GOODS,
A N D Q U E EN S W A R E.
.Wearedet.mhel to soli ai choap as the cbeapestr'and ea to our
enstomurs tiai tueir interesi nas Deen
Winter stock. Uive ns a call and be
Jan. 1st 1863 ljr.
in the County.
consaitea m laying in onr rail and
mid n i w
NOTICK ia hereby gWen that Vf illltm
1. NawlAn a a. a U 1a 111
f..ww vivi vi iusj i4i(sj irtii
Testament of Jahn Bsnahj late of
'ton County deceased, has fled hit ac
count lot In anaxttn. .n4 !.! ....t
will be for hearint on the 30th dav of
Wtober A.D. 1S63. JOSEPH IT A ITU
Oct.8-63-3w. Frobato Judge. -
A. GOOD CHANCE.
RECRUITS WANTED FOR THE
90TB 0010 REGIMT !
8 3 09,,.BOUN I,rr.
!,B 3&U Compaq
of tba aboa Rorfment. la ov rwBitiifcw' '
taa Eatfmeni ta Vinton Connty. lie la author- .
iMd to offer thm i.aadnd and two dollars tbi '
now racralta, and foar bandraJ ami two. Aoll.
ThU is om of tha bal Rrlmtota sow In tba
tervMala aadar HmmuJ n.m n.h..
and rasn who hive so nMy itroffltd aad surT?
In their ooontry's Mrrioa, should Join tbia
jnaeprnsnt lmtnadlUI. . . . '
Tba servioa will new ba light, as tha Sabala
are pretty wH "driven totbs wall."
ims, ooys, enroll yonr names amoiif tba
hand of haroet who are wearinir for themelToa
!i.w7 p. v01fnnf3rtnefma In thla great straj
gle of Kljfbt afloat Wrong-, of Freedom mlut
OpnreMlon.of Loyalty atlut Treason.
BaorulUns; HeaHqimrUrs atKArtbnr,
door to tha Poet Offloa.
Come ioou-I will not be "on bend Iod.
8sp.l-6S. J. g, MuDOWZLL.
FORTH! TWELFTH REQIMENT OF
VEER AX I
wlU rJcel, 'I,' w-"'t Other reomlU
wcel In, il ZniUTd ,B TbeTrwlll 1
nceiTtone month's par and two dollar. nr
"Th"?.' Ei"" BJ?0"AM adv "?p7;
-V me?l U dN,1nl fr Border Bervfoi
Im. nZU 1i,h 10 AVOIDTHK DRAFT, join
this Refrlmont at onee. COME ON BOYS I
f or particulars annlr in r. , ntL
on.at the Regl.u, OiBoe, MoArthar, Ohio.
nep.S-O-tf. Reeruitlrif Offloer.
EVERY BODY COME THIS WAY
HFLTEBRAN ; & PEYER'S
:n the County. We bough onr Marble at the re
rylowt eh prices, lie think we art .aro when
we aay there his nover beon any person Id Me
Arthnr, that cn take us down in point of
WORKMAN8UIP. DESIGN OR i
?f M!r,b.,e,.1, of ih 1ua,te. both Rnt-'
and and Italian. Yuu wilt jnj u. pmparwl to
rurolth you with Grate titoiiesuf m.r.t anv prioe
that you may desire.
ncr.aGHndVlT.u. i? J,.lni-!!r.l,a',:Bt,'!
Do not forgd the place wh tn In To n.
Hr.LTKlll. AjN A HOY
turner ol Maio a Logui at
July 8Q-3.-tl-Q M.A,thi,r.O.
TAXES FOR 1863,
TAXES FOR 1863, NOTICE TO THE TAX-PAYERS OF VINTON COUNTY.
iu pursuance oi law, i ui!.ni liinus, lrcaanrer ot said county, hereby notify . the Tax-payers - thereof
that the rates of Taxation for the jear 1863, are correctly stated in the following tables, showing the. nnmber of cents
levied on each one hundred dollars of taxable property in each of the Townships and Incorporated Towns in said
county: ! -
i l l T nvntr nnvyimr mm
' : STATE 1AX. ' . j . ' M- s- J .j h"
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leas a i i i s s i 8 g-
NAMES : & I a 94 (3 1 Z H
vnvtnaQTtit Tnwwn. rn 3 . P a I , 3 .1-1 . P" I...
i xu iv AiuiAia a aw ia wbe i . i i i i m . ii 'i i i.i i m m-
' ' M ? ' " - 5 ..... .. . . 3, ....
I I ii I I t: I I r: I it I I. . . I I . I rr
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' --I; '' ' ' - i-L-il ' tl ,f ' i
' " ' !J ' '!"V-j '1:- M ..nf . Mr Mais Mms. Mills. M Mills, Miris AfT'
No.i; Eaolb, ;;. i' iiwiooawoaa 1 30-100 . 1 . 5 20" aSanoZTon "T "7. r. tr ,
No.XKkown, , . ,J .:..;; ...4;, .i ,, . .. . r ;l- -.l 1
M C .to f I . . " " ' n I I 11 1 IOO-JWI1 1.1UTR
Nfk K. K.r.lT- , . i ".. I "... .1 " " " " ' I- .,! ; t9-iWl9-tWia
.to MoArthuis,.,;; ;..: 4 ..V ; -M I . . : ; : a 30-100 4 80-lOC 13 9(
No s. d-wTojf ' ' : - . I35rjooa75.ioohieo
n 'Zk tJ " ii t ii .. 1 85-109 7l..l0rtHt
li A 111 A If I HUH. e. T I . . I II 1 I II I ' 1 ' -l V-VVIXil a
Nii, Kox.,.: . n j - . i35-iop3 ms
jni puiiu f r .. m".iu , miiKt kuxias uascB.
October 1 and is required to be paid
iwtiwllio UClDUf AflTtJiJ.' LIlaE
M AST I.... 2
on or before1 the 20th
dar of December.
f - HtiVMVA sjatj IU J ViUVwiU.
Art! 1 . . . . m . -
I will TllTnPTnQIIlf ft fifing aI asnsB VffiAA In
McArthur, O., October 8th 1863. HENRY REYNOLDS Treasurer Vinton Co., O.