E. a. urattox, t I f . UpITOR.
" WRltB VgK BHAtL' RCLK AMKBICA.'
AloARTHU.il, .OHIO: .
TaLUBDAY Nov 19, t8
EaT"HB COJWTIT1ITIOW AM I r 19
THE UNION At IT WAS. IMKNECttO
WIIKUK .HE Jtf. awl t . Knrorcwneul
of the Liiwa aritlaat nil Groccfi'tvh
hnva maraud Anlhorltv. as well th
lpl who Commit Breaches ol th?
O' 1 4iav recoicd certificate for
Bounty, and Back jay for the follow
ioc persona, to-wit:
Jdr Margaret Gilmors, f 120,36
' j Also 1'ensiou icertifieatea for
Mr.rfr.aret Betwreckengaust and Oaro
D. S. DANA, Atty.
MoAbthcb Ncbbeht. Thfa is
thing oar people have Ion;; needed in
this county. mere neea oe no mr
ther excuse for tad fruit ti Vinton, as
Ex-Sheriff Gold and bis trotlie? has
itarted a Nursery whore ovory variety
ol frnit trceean be had. ' Beeaaver
tisomootin cnbtlier colnmn.'
To the Ladies. Oar friends in the
2nd '?'. Cavalry; ra Western Va.,
are anxiods for a correspondence.
We hope some' "Valley Jonniewll
send ''Monntiiih Jack" a line', ciVint
our best respects, and let us publish
the correspondence. Why uot ?
Pitch in Gals. " See notice.
' t. '
Jack Newton lias started a new
store,' on what he saye Is a now prin
ciple here in the tnerclmntile way,
to-witj On tho Democratio principle
of equal justice to all his customers,
lie wishes us to say that he is determ
ined to accommodate all who give
him a call, at fair prices, and with
good article?. When he goto a bar
gain, his customers shall Lave a good
bargain, he lays for cash; and flat
ten himself that be can boy as cheap
as 'any other man." See advertise
ment in this paper, and give him a
Cease Viper, You Knaw a File.
The last issno of Spawnduliz, says
we were go "interested in the Ken
tucky elections, that we came off and
forgot to pay our bill." This of
course, is simply a lie, and Ab. and
Spawndulix know it.
Again, he says we voted for a
"rugger for. Colonel." This is lie No.
2 in tho same issue. In fact, we
never voted or a Colonel in our life.
So in this, Spawndulix and his: in
former, if he bad any, are both liars.
Again,' Bpawndulix lays, -,lWe
notice hat a' lock has been placed
on',,tLf. eoai bouse why tbeueces
eity )'!. If jon went to the coal botiia
and found it locked, tad could not get
iotho' inference is plain that yoo
were thar. Why were you there!
Tbe Oomroissionersjast winter locked
yoa out of Jtle said coal house, as we
are! informed. -
Sow Pigging It.
Bpawndulix, in the last Hegiiter,
taking back bis slander on Lt. Coin el
Gbosvxmob, based on tbe lottcr of a
Mrs. Btxwabt of Athena.. Said lady
also refering to Colonel Stakley as
to who Lt. Colonol Gbobvenob is.
Didnl said Spawndulix get bis foot
in itt Hear what Colonol 8tavlet
and other military gentlemeu say of
Lt. Colonel GBosvxKOB.at tbe Chick
am auga b&lUe :
EXTRACT FROM COL. STANLEY'S REPORT.
VColonfal Stonghton, of the' 11th
Michigan, displayed tbo samo cool
ross : and ' fearleosness as at Stone
Eiver. I cautioned bini that he ex
posed himself too much, but saw no
change io that respect afterwards.
The same may be said of Lt. Colonel
Baffin, 19th Illinois, as also of Lieut.
Colonel Urosvenor, of tbo 18th OLio,
tliO, with bis Rcgimont, was in tbe
Eirsici rapi Coi btotobtom'b v.t r ost
''Lieut; Colonel Raffing of the 19th
IH'Ouis, Lieut, Colonel Grosvenor,' ol
t he J 18th Chid, and Lieut.' Colonel
Mudge, of tbe llth Michigan, beba
ved with.gfeftrjj66lue68jand gallantry,
au(fianagi)d then respective Regi
menu with ikill -and ability." ; -Tbe
trutu of y person ' ..
County vote Official.
The soldiers vote was counted out
yesterday ni we .give the result -b
lor, it) the total vote.
BroDgb for Governor recolvoa 21
rnajorityin the county, '
VGunniitff'a mai. in tbe Co.' l69
Brttton Rep, 1342
Johnston .". 1311
. Brattons maj. 31
Wilson Cleri "; 1355
"Khodee- :H' - 1314
Wilsons maj. ' ' 41
3raig Pro. Judge ' 1353
' Kaler 1305
- .'Craigs maj. 48
Dana Pros. Atty. . . 1360
Gibson " ." 1295
Dauasruaj. ; 65
ITawkin C'oro'r ' 1853
j . 4-lawkins ma.' 50
Thns tho 'Democratic Ticket js all
fleeted m the County, ' and firough,
his ft oiajority Of 21. ; ' ' '.
There has been a report that our
forces io the past week had taken
Fort Samptcr, but it was contradicted
and wo , donH know anything abon
the results. All quiet at Chattanooga,
except a heavy skirmish at Look Out
Mouutaia, the particulars of which
we have no information' that is re
liable. We have 13,000 of onr men
prisoners at Riuhmoud, said to be In
a starving condition, and Qtir author.
ties will not exchange rebels for
WisrRNOTOK. November 8. Col.
rompkins, Chief of Artillery, on Gen
Sedgwick's staff, posted his artillery
on the bights, about three quarters cf
mile this BiJe ol the river, and
commenced to shell the works. About
three o'clock eighteen guns were en
gaged in shelling, tliam at this short
ranee. ; ihe firing was beautilul, and
tho effect demoralizing. That of tbe
enemy was also very fine.
While tins was coin on, ueneral
Russell was busy with liis musketry.
I7q pushed his lino of skirmishers
upon both flacks of the enemy's works
until nearly sunset, when his own
brigade-composed he 5ih WiBcon-
sin, Uoionei .Alien ; stu aiaine, uoi.
Edward; 6th Maine, Col. Harris;
and 12l8t New York, Col. Apton
were ordered to charge the rifle-pits
and earthworks Upon both Banks.
Led bv General Russell in person.
thoy went steadily and silently on
ward, fighting as they poceoded. till,
nearing the works, they fixed bayo
nets and pitched in with cold steel.
This was too much even for the flower
the Southern . Army for it was
the . mnch-vauntod ., Labrigile thoy
fonnd there and after a short baud
to hand contest they' turned to flee to
their pontoons, whioh wer.o lying di
rectly in their rear; out nere tuoy
were foiled, for our boys had already
secured the approach to tho bridge,
and they bad no alternative but to
surrender or run for it. Someof them
tried the latter, but it was no easy
matter, and they yielded. When
those on- the opposito shore found that
we held, this end cf the bridgo, ttiey
set flre'to their side and destroyed a
portion of it. Thns closed at dark
one of the most brilliant actions jf
the war, . It was fought by the sajne
carried the hicrhu of St. Mary, at tbe
second battle of Fredericksburg.
Seward vs. Seward—The Administration
and the Government.
In Mr. Seward's late speech at
Anburn, on the evening before tho
election, he said :
"The country is in danger it is to
ba rescued by the Government. You
will succeed, because you vote for the
Government in voting to sustain the
Administration. Your opponents
commit the fatal error of supposing
that they can divide the Administra
tion from tho Government.and support
the one and discard the other. No
man can serve two masters. Consider
this point tor a moment. It is only
through the Administration that the
conntry can put forth the effort neceB
sary for its rescue. If yoa discard this
Administration ot tho Government by
your votes, yoo bring no now or better
one to us placo."
Now, as an answer to tbis spoech
of boward'B, read fceward s letter :
"UB. REWARD TO MB. ADAMS.
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
WASHINGTON, November 10, 1863
"In this country especially, it is a
habit not only entirely consistent with
tbe Constitution, but even esseutia
to ifs stability, to regarding the Ad-
minisUBtrou w nytimeTxhrtbTg-aw
distinct and separate from the tiov-
;rnment. itself, and to canvass tbe
proceedings of the one without 'the
thought of disloyalty to - the other.
We might possibly have bad quicker
dpccens in suppressing the insurrec
tion, if this habit could have rested a
little longer io abeyance- but, on tbe
other land, wa are under obligations
I to sae net only the unity or the in
.tcentr of the country, but also its
Inestimable and precmns Constitution
No one caa safely say tunt the reaom
ption of the previous popular . habit
does cot tend to' this last And most
important conpamation, if at the tame
time, -as we cenndentiy .expect, the
Union suau be caved. . ,
" 'l am your obedient sorvant.
"WILLIAM H. SEWARD.
"WILLIAM H. SEWARD. "Charles Francis Adams, &c."
How Result of the Election is
is noted for its warm advocacy of the'
Confederate Southern cause, in an
article upon the late elections, says :
"LECTIONS IH THE MOKTH. )
"Elections took place yesterday for
State and local officers in Nsw York,!
Massachusetts, Michigan nnd other1
Northern States. Tbe States named
seem to hare boeu carried by the Re
publican or 'Union party Massachu-
cliusetts and Michigan by large and
increased majorities over last year,
and New York probably by a small
majority. .This 'Union' party goes
for an unconditional support ol the
war and the policy of the Federal
Governmentfor emancipation, con-
fi8cation,subjigation and annihilation
ot the South and is the same party,
under another name, that did so much
to bring about the civil war. It has,1
at these elections, at any rate, beaten
out of sight the Democratic party.
No one who wishes the South
well, in its callant Btrozele forinde
pendenco, can -regret that this party
has boon defeats, for it ia far more
dimgerons to the South, which it en
deavors to win over by fair oromises
than tbti open enemy that attempts to
1 1 ... ... .. r . ....
cunuoi k wiin tue Dayonetrj
There is not a man of sense who
does not assent to the troth rf the
ines e have placed in brackets.
Viewed Abroad. An Infamous Calumny Branded.
i ne uayion tu.) jcxvrest very
properly - noticea a very mean and
infamous calumny -respectine Mr.
Vallandigbsni, which is now coins
me ronnaa 01 ttio Abolition prcBS. All
t liia rttn1 Any) mm .' a 1 . f
vi uio uiuuuD.auu. men unuio id lUglUll,
know ifs falsity. Mr. Vallundicham
is habitually sober and temperate a
man of most exemplary morals and
lamta. JNover before did embittcrd
partisans eter venture to say that ho
was not sober, temperate, virtuous
and honest in all the relations of
private life. It would cratify some
of his enemies, no doubt, to know that
13 nMianAiilAn. I. A .A t f a
tbe indulgence to excess of hnrtfulWiSr.r-
ouiuuiuum, uui, luuy win Da disap
pointed in their malico. Mr. Vallan-
digham'fl temperate cool, warm and
prudent and his good judgment and
regard for tho opinions of society, not
to say his duty to himself, hie family
and friends, wculdalways prevent
nm from the indnlgencei that have
ruined so many ol onr greatest and
best men. The Emvirt says:
AN INFAMOUS ABOLITION LIE.
"After all tbe infamous, lies heaped
npon the Don. C. L. YallandighamASandusky
during me late cauvas?, one. worwioio
ttuppuBu uiai me Aoomion biock oi
lalsebood; la4 been. exhaustcdBut
such is not tEe casei . Tho miserable
scoundrels not, satisfied with tliij-
lying' attacks and infamous slander
upon his political record 'now seek.
oy iuq most miserable and nntonnded
falsehoods, to cast a stain npon hid
private character. But it will fail as
signally as their attempts to blast his
political reputation. The following,
which we believe Originated . with tho
Cincinnati Commercial, is going the
rounds ol the Abolition press: ,
, .' 'vallandighara- is terribly cast
down by tho result in Ohio, lie is
fast putting an enemy in his mouth to
steal away his brains. lie pnts his
trust in Copperheads, and if he is not
careful be will see some of the snakes
in his boots.'
"To tbe many personal friends and
acquaintances or" Mr. Vallaudigham,
no denial of this infamous insinuation
is needed. It is a lie as black as the
cowardly heart that conceived and
gave it publicity. How corrupt, low
and mean must that man or party be.
when forced to resort to such : base
libels to injure the reputation of
political opponent whom they fear,
and so much desire, to get rid of. But
their personal attacks upon. Mr. Val
landiguam will be as futile and barren
at thoir misrepresentations of his
political record. ;They have not the
means to break bis. hold npon the
hearts of the people, which his tried
and unflinching devotion to their in
terests. and the interests ot the coun
try, bas given him. Cease
you bite a file.'"-
Thibe is in' Nova Scctia a youne
Womnu,1 StTBUlCBii vcais uf ne, wlia
is seven leet two ' inches in bight.
She measures forty-three inches round
the waist,' thirty-three inches from he
armpit to the tip of her fingers, wei
ghs two hundred, and seveuty-four
pounds, and bas a foot thirteen inches
lone. ' 6he is ffood-lookintf. onile
social, altbongb-' diffident,' not being
flccastooisd to see tbe public, and her
ub ia AnnaSwao e ' 1 : -
Home Vote of Ohio—Official.
'The following is tbe official 'vote
(home) of Ghio for, Governor 'at the
election held October IS, 1863 s ' '"'
3 - v
Erja , .;. .,
Lorain ' .
Madison .1 '
Meigs I - N;
iliama : ;
- . 1788
" " 2027
"' ' 6708'
' .' 2788
; . 3299
- : . -2566
. ; . '2656
, . : 2682 .
' rV. 1910
.: -, , ,9810
i i ' :,.1083
' : 3046
' ... . ..1741
... : 1778:
. 20671 .
. . 2020
. 1834 ,
. . 8275
, . . 2477
.. , 4370 .
. . . 3585
, ; 2837
. . 758 t ,
r : w.'. 1375.-V'n-sjd.
Noblej ' ?
Ottawa . ;
Parry. . '
Pikd , .
Stark.- Vi lr
Tnscarawas - '
Unioii- . -;
Van Wert ;
Vinton - ' '
Wood ' i '
, 1 -:3335
'. 2552 i
"'.. -v '2254
- . 2906
'c Ma 4559
i s'tr., 3786:
i s. 1955
' .. ' : 2280
; i ; 882
! - 798
; . 2902
Totals ' 247,216
Total vote on Governor
W Va oV! ctt 1
; , laseWproo84! VVvo-
T-vISEASES OP THK NERVOITS, SEW
JJ INAIi, VRIANRY AND SEXUAL
SYSTEMS new and Tellable treattitont in
Twnwr.. tbe HOWAED ASSOCIATION-.
Sent by mail in nialed letter envelopes, freeof
charge. - Add reee, Dr. J. BKILUN UOUGH-
TON, Howard Association, No 3 South Ninth
Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Meroa, 4th 1868, I yr.
ALL those knowing lhattelm inaV
. the laU Brms of .Davia fc JSwaii
Davis oVNewkirk, are reqnested to' call and
pay op while Greenbacks - are plenty: Liberal
tndu'gsaee feu been fives. - ,
Jfv.5:h-3-Jw. ' THOMAf-B. VkVt),
" Boback'a Stomaeb Bitiere.
?; ' SOLDIEIte'IIOMK, l
...- 8of hihtihdekt' Orrio, V
4 j,' '.. -1(1?inojati, omI, 186I.J
TcBs. A W.Bobaok -
Mt Diai 8m : am' dlipniilnf Moond ln
voloe of yoor Stomach Bitteri, among the Urge
nnmbtar of men who diilr arrive at IMt lottlla
lion for rofrosnniont and r6t. " The ODlrerial
teatimoDT ia tiiat thesa Bitters are th boat
maai. form variona aurcraoT complatnu
wujvu aiutuv a.j uianr. i snow or no mMf
afo and ao 8Urt. Flataroh aava. To aak a nh.
aidon what ia eaiy and what fa hard of digestion
and What wiu agica with the atoraoob. la abont
aa aanai'jla aa to aak what la iweet or bitter,
aonr.' Peraom who look ont for breakora-and
have yonr Stomach Bittera la th hnn.. T.
sure will naver aak any one the foolish qaestloa
spoien oi j ih4 great phllospher. 1 must not
" woraoriwo ror your Catawba Brandy
I have many men hera who have brandy pre
aoribed for them br diatinirulah
geons. The effect ofyoura on suoh are beneficial
far moie eo than from any nrevionalv taken.
? nTD.V i roall1 pilre niy onnot
...u tuii puruuMB iimey .got yonr brans
I aa, Doctor, with much reepect ...
. . Vonr aervant,
t-Twm J Q.W.D. AMnBEw.Soperintendent"
w tJmce and manulaotory, Noa. 6. 53.60.
T IS II WANG;
. The Grtoi Chinese Rmdyfar Secret
' - '; plucasea. , -. ."
ONE HOX JVILL PEttroHai a CV HE.
'.Ingreadienta pn'rely vegetable; pleasant to the
taste j has no bad odor, and may be carried in
the test pocket without faa-rof detection, prioe
(1 .a box aent post .paid to any addresa by .
J.J. KltOMfett. i08 Chestnut 8t, I'kil.
iCireniar sent free. " 8ept.llr-3-6mo
To.NervoBi Sufferers of Both flexes.
a eeverknd : gentleman having
been reatored to health In a few days, after un
dergolngall tho usosl routine and Ttrgnntx
penalv roodea of treatment wlthont sucoess, eon
tiders it bis sacred dutj to communicate to hie
afflicted fellow ooatureatha meana ofenre.
Hence, on the receipt of sn addressed envelope
bewillaend (free) a copy of the prescnrtion
need. Direct to D. Jons M. Danail, 188 Tnl
ton Street Brooklyn, New York.
March, May, inly, 8ep., Nov., Jan.,-lyr.
NOTICXIe hereby viven to all concerned,
tot to trust my wife Marr Olds.on my ored
i, as I am determiaei
Kov. lith Isot-Sw
to pay no dthts of bar
AUDITORS SALE OP
SCHpOL ct MINISTERIAL LANDS.
THK nadcrsigneii 'will offer at pabile aoc
tion, atbs door of tho Coort Buose ia fa
Arthur, Ohio, on j i ;
' Moiilay, January 4tJi, 1664,
the following described; ptrcels of land, to-wllJ
Lot narhbet two,-on tha plat of Ulnisterial
Motion number tweaiy-BiBe, Township nnmtmt
eight, of Bange number sixteen, in WilkaevUla
township, Vinton county,-Obio,costainrnia. t
hundred acres, appraised at one dollar ai4
twenty-five cents per acre.
Also, the Wfst half of the eonth-weat fllarUr
of sftetlon nnmber sixteen, township aad raaie ,
aforesaid, containing eighty acres, appraiaed at
live dollars pr sere. Also, the esl half efts
sonth-weat qisrtor of section nbsnber allMnl
township and rango aforesaid,Poitinlg eighty
sere. Also, the west half at tha- u.ik.;...
qaarter, of Motion' number sixteen, township
and rango aforesaid, containing eighty aorea,
appraised at six dollars per acie. ifao, tha east
half ef the sautb-eaat xjuarter of seotion num
ber sixteen, townshfp and range afoiesaid, con- -taiaing
eighty acres,,Rppmlsed atsoven dollara
per acre. AUo, Lot number oao.ia section nnm- ,
Ur one, of township ani range aforesaid, begin-
nlng at the south-east ooraer of said aoctlon at
a post; thence west on the .seotion line, eighty
poles and ten link to a post; thence north ene
hundred and forty-three poles and ten links to
post; thonoe east eighty poles and fonrtn links- '
on said section line to a post; thence aoith on '
said section line one hundred and fortythW
polos and ton links to the plaoe of beginning,
containing ttventy-fonr aorert and elghtUwo
poiea.more or leas, appraised at tlx dollara or,
aore. Arso, lot nnmber two in said section
namber town.tdp and range aforesaid, b-i,
ginning eighty nolea and u Ti,v.... r.t .
south-eaet bornorofBaid seotion, on the aovtk
lint to the poat; theuoe wsV eighty poles and
ten lints along said aontlon Una tn ruM.t i,nn.
north one bnndredandforty.elght poles and Ua "
links to a poBt In tbe centra of said aaatuii:-'
hence east eishtv iola and
poal ; tbenee eou'.b one hundred and fortyelght
poloa and ton links to the Blaee of Wtnnin ' .
containing seventy-four acres eighty-two poise '
moro.or Jess, appraised at three dollara per aore.'
aijo, mo lonowing lands sitnstedin the Cennty
of Meiirs. in the Statu of f)Mn t.mtt, tv.
east half of the aooth-west quarter of aeotion .
unmuur wcniy. lownsmpnumbef eight, Or
range nnmber fifteen, containing eighty eerei,'
appraised at two dollars and seventy five cents
per sate. And Lot nnmber sit, In said section;'
annher twsnty-six, of township and range last . . -aforesaid,
containing elghly asm, appraised at
our dollars per acre. acb parcel of laud most
bnng the appraised value tLaraof. .
TEKM8 0P SALE.
the residue In eleven equal annual instalments,
with Interest from tbe dav of sale, to be neld
annually. . A.N. OOZAU,
ov. is, 'OB-wB. And. Vinton Co. O.
in BraUoiis Building Main S(.' a'cArihur, 6.
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i 1- it i r i s "v r --I i i t i i si wv. a m
Jiistice ? to all'lMoii?!
Wishes to inform
to inform his friends. ana fhe pnbfieth"ai Co has jiftTnHfts'edr if)'
. . entire New,5tpQ(. j6f Jry GoodSj -consisting :ia pa'rtrC'WiUV'
"' 7 ' FANCY SILKS
aud:all kinds of Moire Antiques, &c.": ' '. -1. ..'.. -'.'.- vv.
ALP ACAS, " - -' ' 'V BOMBAZINES, -
FRIJNCU MORINQES. . s l. ,1 J DELAWESfti
.; ;-.',!' .i and every variety of Ladies press 000
HOUSE "KEEPING GOODS?
f ..... , ' .Jvl'i' I- -i
; '.;. ... . . , apREArs: 'r;'r?l-T
TICKING. , . ,' .; ' TABLE ' " "' "V-'
.. . DAMAbK. . CRASH '
. .. SHEETINGS Vc
S tc r'i't 1 i't j t". ' 1 S
CLOTHING TO IiMLm
and of every quality.; Ladies' Cloaks,
latest styles and best materials.
andBhftwla of the
it S3 Aw i f:M A
LACES ; AND'
And a beautifull assortment . of .
J i a 2 I
and Iloope of every size J 'A
Gaols, Ladies, Buys, Youths and Misses.of every' 'sjiality and variatv -
$ i i M:4T sanrf C:ilP8 v
"' 'MemBoyS tndChildrod-. , '-'W, "S'i i ;
pHGrROCEKIEST AND' QUEENSWARE
KififaJ a full Msortmeut and pt. the. best quality. a
?i In short A teneral aisortment nilablefo'r ths wants'. 'of , toy scostomersVj
All ei which will -Wiold as cheap aitbe cheapest, for casK or country Pro-
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