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MoARTllBK, OHIO:
Tlt'UNION vsiv was. TilKNrf.'iiolvour
raLnSMWo
have uiarped AUMi.iniv, n , :V
taw.
C? M. PETTKNdlLL A CO. AdTcrMSn
O AKinti. No. T Park Row, Now York &
Siilate Straot, Boi-lun arc our AjniiH ndtr
rutborizod l tulti yldverti!toii..:ui aui SA
fur ut onr LowmtKto.
Democratic State Ticket.
rcX ISC1ETAKY OT ITATt.
WILUAM W ARMSTRONG.
Of Seneca County.
ivrttHt jvo'is.
(For Full Term,)
raiLADKLPU VAN TRUMP.
Of FiirfielJ Coun'y.
(to riu VACAKCIM )
Lonj Vieancj,
MACRIA8 CWHUFXEY.
Of JUiicock County.
Bhrrt Vacn:y.
ALEXANDER S. BOYS.
Of Htghl&nJ County.
iTTORBKT cEsravi, .
LVMAM R. CRITCUFIELD.
Of Holmti County.
tonrToLtta or thetkachTi
WILLIAM 8. V.FRENriSS,
0' Fiaoklin County.
SCHOOL COKMSfflOMk.
ALEXANDER B R.1MSFA".
Hsidia County.
("Aid or rusLic ttom,
' (Full Term,)
WILLIAM LARWELL.
0 A slil nit Coun:y,
. rc v.icct )
CHARLES BOESEL,
Of Auc'ixe Ccon;y.
PEACE! PEACE!!
Withtb'.a Veantifal and apt quo'.i'.'M'L:
Jlon- rer6r.SA ::. cfV.-w YmV, cU-mI u';a!
t'.cqv.cnt (p,"h oa "Crnfi.-atioL'1 in th House!
r( Etprenlti - Jbiusry '.5t!i 1SC4.
"PeK-el ?caoa t Ood of sur father;, g.aat
na i eooo
Pa?4 in urharta'na at Trmi tv.tit , pii-co
Oi the rol water an I touir biig!.:.! a:-.oiCi 1
I'ca-jc foi ihi lt jnred c; ties, ana the fcn.'n
'"bat watc'.i a.id biui ar-.ua l Ih'.'in und -within,
Feacifi.r the li mr.'eii aart the f'Ui'.eB ;
l'escj f"-r tun ouMive on l.in we.-iry ay,
Aod t'co m.ti crowd who k-er hi hnlf lcmv! ;
For tb'in th sr.ilir, tb-m '.l.i'.d) lu wrong;
a-.....:- . 4 .....!.,. II n .1 I t- .1. .
For a ui.'"r o-fi.it Wn, and lli'fdin lumt
UpaeJ th f lit. tid;ig-l Uive cnjr.cn ? uc
PEACE! PEACE!! DEMOCRATIC DISTRICT CONVENTION.
Tho Dertocracy of tho various
counties of tbo Eleventh Congreseion
al District of Ohio aro hereby reques
ted to appoint delegates to atteu 1
Congressional Cor-venlbm t'j oelield
in tho CITY OF PORTSMOUTH,
ON WEDNESDAY JUNE 8, 1304.
for tho porpoGo of appointing dele
gates to represent the district iu tb
Democratic National Oonv- iitioH,
be held at Chicago, on tho i'U of Ju
ly next, ani alito.to appoint a Free!
ddntial elector for the District, and
each other business as may come be
fore the Conventiou,
Vinton Coanty is entitled to 13
delegate).
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY
CONVENTION.
Too Democracy of Vinton an re
qnestcd to meet, at the Court House,!
in ilcArthur, on Monday the 30th,
inet at 10 o'clock A. M , for th por
of selecting 13 delegates to at
tend tbo Congressional District Con-j
of the 8tb day of June next,!
Portsmouth, to select a delegate
tbo Chicago Convention on July
1S64. Let us have a full meeting
Br order of the
Central Committee,
May 19—64.
From Shermans Army.
Tbero was heavy fighting on Sun
risy and Monday iu Georgia, between
rihsrman and Johnstot). 1 ho form
rr ho, taken, it is report-1. Resaca;
hnd Dallon. irith Iwrlro hnndid
j ris-'nt n and 'un g'tis.
Another Ad ranee In Good.
gOVlNKU tastlwpeopio cttl.e
tWntho East, U.opoor
I
Ili pi-rnicions policy of ouraJ-
iraiiiUtrativn, ia at this titne adding
fiftjr per cent aa a temporary tariff for
isixty day, will rob tho poojilo of the
West most ifF.c'aal'y, an J do tho
Government no good. It was put on
for tho- pm-rotc of filling tbo pockets
of Eaf.tsra Jobbrra ruJ MannfaclorB,
Incase ;in tha next sixty days our
importer bring no goods scarcely, on
Jllioir spring and sniuioer stocks am
j bought i't JjnoA'-y, Ftbrunry and
I March, and of course tho tariff will
Irxpiru bolero tdoj jcn'l for fall goods
to Europe. Bj you see' U is only to
!:e mcnt v trom the pockets of the
p"pl
i"ple of the Webt, aud is merely an
rXw-use to cur wIkiIobuIs men io ad
'uv.rx their prico,atd you thu people
who are the consumers, will have to
foot tha b'.lt . This Js on? of the ya
01 thO VCSt, moro tlian tliU I ICII cap
ituliftts oftheE'Bt. Uencothoad
Titiice in McArihor our merchants
lst v.eek returning from tho City
had to pay 30 to 50 jer ct , higher
for (pods, btcrtuse th; tariff was put
on tu them: So wo go, moro war
prices and military neccsitics.
NEWS ITEMS—CLIPPINGS.
I
a
-
j Newborn is again threatened by
; 8 000 Confederates, who bavo a!rn
poae j dy captured Moon Head City,
During tho last 24 hours abont 7,
vantion 000 wounded havo arrived in Wash
al to ington. Their wonDds are generally
4th!ighf.
i Gen Fricc was mortally wonaded,
May 13 -W have, by ttlegraph
jthi mi-rninx, further particulars of
thd creut buttle on Tuosday, which is
repmcnted to bave been the most
jdirspcrato of tho seven days fighting.
I Tbo enemy in tbo morning wcroin
I position in tho shape of a borse shoe.
iUanccck's Corps began the attack,
(and were coropelud to fall back. An
order was i?cutd to break the enemy's
center, and a part of Hancock's corps
and Warrca's cmiro corps, made tbo
movement. The Federals right mov
ed at thu same timo, and tba enemy
fell back into their ctitronchuicnta.
I A biigade of the 6th corps got into!
'tbo enemy's rifle pi's, capturing 12
;guuB and about 1.000 prisoners.
i Tho rroa:neder of the Federal line
being cnablo to gain the linu of works
'in their front, 'Upton's brigade after
J 'piking tha gnns, woro compcled to
retire, taking cn with them their
prisoner?, Tho loss on both sides
us very heavy, Generals Rico and
i Stevenson wero killed. Gen, Gib
Ibons lost ovtr 1,000 in bis division
and' Gen. Robinson's division-oiler
e,Knn ) olli nf tl,?r flonrnl n.Tlra
' i . .vaa wa vmvi a st.AM' w ai a u
and 2.500 men Lad EO GeDeialto
command, and what is left of tho di
vision Las beta distributed among
otiicr divisions of the 5:h corps. Tho
rocst terrible part of tho dreadful Ira-
gi-.dy is, that which statm that dar
ing the raging cf a fire between the
two armies, a vory largo number of
wounded
wcrs I,, i t ii noricti in i tin1
w I'VBIUU t IS IU W
A dispatch to the New York Post.
statu that Leo's left was crushed bv
ii r niih ra
turcd. Tho 6amo dispatch states
that Butler's forces aro coming round
to reinforce Giant.
There ia a report in tho army that
Sigel had made forced marches and
occupied Lynchbu'g, and that Sheri
dan had cut of Lye'b communications
with Richmond.
Intelligence Lss reached Fhiladel
phia of the deith of Gon. John Owen,
while af tha head of bis brigade.
The Bunkers of Chicago Lavs re
solved ihutonand after Monday hext
i to adopt Greenbacks as the standard
i rimrncy.
I Birtureg.rd with tweuty five tbou
Uanl men is in l'utersburg. Ail the
I railroads bave been cut leading to
(that cty, and forced aio. said to be
therein sufficient numbers to keep
; o . j .u .-i i i
i oeanrcgara mere until ho surrenders.
1 It to said that a s;ege of tho place
will soon be commenced.
auu we lost many other prominent
office re .
The battle was fought with artillo-
jry, the first time in tho campaign.
We took moro prisoners, it is said,
then wo lost.
Lee 'a army is srili ahout Spottsyl-
i n t . .l
" t,r
fi-nirft! jrttoVff.st'ii wiw ki"i.d.
i
i
i .
7e hare news of ouoro Federal do
feats in Louisiana.
Two Gun Boata, tho Signal and
Covington, were destroyed near Alex
nndria by the rebels. Tbo City Boll,
Emma, and TorreKe. transports,
were a!30 destroyed by tbo rebels.
May 14 -Important intelligence
was received yesterday . afternoon
from the army. The Confendtra'.e
tints, on Wednesday, was forced at
Spotteylvnnu Court Housu by Ilao
cock s corps in connection witn that
of Burnsido. 1'art of Early's divis-rpt";nl.'
ion and the whole uf Mijor GcL'tral
e . r . 1
Edwaid ,lolinf;f'-i'a wimp pri-
oners. (Jourals Johiibton and Slew
;art we
;'ru taken prisoners, wiib about
7.000 men. Thirty pieces ofartillo
ry wero aleo taken. 1 he guns have
arrived a, headquarters.
The victory at Spottsylvania was
considered decisive.
Initlor's forces aro said to bo with
in three miles of I'ctcrsbnr Beau regard
with his armv is said to be
penned op in that city.
Tho Federals are throwing up in
tienchmcnts from tho Appomattox to
the James, being a dutunco of six
miles;
Tbo James River has been ol.struc
ted near Tnrkov Bond by sinking
schooners and barges, to prevent tho
rebel iron clads from coming out.
Tho Federal Usi in tho campaign
is estimated at from 18,000 to 25,000
but tliero may bo thousands lying in
tho woods of whom uj record can be
made.
Genoral Ingalls telegraphs Senator
HeBaiith, of Oregon, thwt wo 1 uvo
taken 3,000 or 4.000 prisoners at
Spottsylvania Court House, and
twenty live guns.
Gold doted heavy in New York
at 77 on the 17th.
Crural Banks, in Louisiana, is re
treating by land U Brarbears city.
A steamboat, with a rfgiment of
troops cn board to rein'orco him, hag
j bt'ot) captured, and the bout burned.
To other boats bave been captured
i ,
and burned
There baB been no fighting South
of the Rapadan since Thursday last,
on that day the severest battle of the
service was fought. Of course both
sides wore badly cut tip, as both nr
mics yet retain the satuo position
they did on Thursday evoniug. Our
wonndod is asertained to be from 30
t0 ami tho total of kulod and
WOUntiOJ OVtr Ul 1 MB )li
Heart renum now
Official Dispatches from Secretary
Stanton.
'
I
j
Foktkess McnroB. 11, F. M . The
K,r .f l'nc" htt6.l"n ry;l
Siinied. iken a Lamlini; m agreed
upon by Coiomiosloners Ould and
i tip y i
Y nuorJ t,lu i,laco 01 "flange,
Wasuisgtos, 1 4'u total nu juuor
fl Ml I. It-nil l ,-li.ii -rmi.i hi mi ...m I i.i
. , . . ., .,
v, wii. iinirai.ii uunjiin up uum 1111;
battle fit-Id in far, ifi 12.700. Of this'
number, 1,400 have been placed in
hospital at Alexandria, and thu re
mainder distributed tiirjughont the
horpituls of thin city. An iinny Sor
geon who cauio np biPt uiuht says
that wo bavo about 15,000 remaining
at Fredncksburg, nnd Bull Plain.
These figures iiicludd many ske-lad
dlers who, when separated from the!
wounded, will decrease tho number!
materially.
WASHINGTON, May 14-11 P. M.
To Major Geuiral Dix :
An official dispatch from Sheridan
dated Bottom Bridge, viu Fortress
Monroe, May I3th, states that on the
9th 'mat he marched around thu eno
uiy's right flank, and on tho evening
ol thst day reached tho North A una
River without opposition. During
that tight ho destroyed the enemy's
depot a: Beaver Dam, throo large
trains of cars, and 100 cars, two fine
locomotives, 200;000 pounds of bacon,
and other stores amounting in all to
one million and a half ot rebel ra
uuo, nu .ibij'h" ttU, nroau
track for about tf.n
miles, embracing
Beveral cnlverts, recaptured 373 ol
tions; aloo the telegraph and railroad
pur men, including two Colonels, one
Major, aud several other officers
On tho morning of the 10th he resumed
operations, croosing the aoutb
Anna at Grand Squin el Bridge, and
went into camp about daylight. On
the 11th ho ciiDtured Ashland Statiou
destroyed here one locomotive and
train of cars, and engico houso and
two or thrco Govmnment bnildinge,
containing a large amount of stores,
also destroyed several milts of road.
embracing six culverts, trestle bridges!
AD0Ut
and the teiegrapn wires
o'clock A. M., on tho 11th, be resnm
ed tho march on Richmond, ilo
his cavalry, concentrated at Yellow
Tavern, and he immediately attacked
him, and after an obsttnato ronto6t,
gained possicseion of the Brock Turn
pike, captuiin i1 piecw of artillery,
and dri vine bis ftrcos back toward
Ashland and across t'.ie north fork of
tbo Chickaiiominy. At tho eamo
tiiiio a party charged down the Brock
road and captured tha ti ret lino of tho
entruy's works aicund Richmond.--During
tho night lie marched tho
whole of his command between t lie
first and second line of the enomv's
woiks on tho bluffs, overlooking the
I mo of tho Virginia Central Hail road
aud the Mechanic6villo Turnpike.
Alter demonstrating around the
works and (hiding tlieiu very strong,
. fa 1 ! . . ..,. .1
i,nm;nP M,.Hnw Rr,'Hl
- J . . . . . " .
It has been partiully destroyed by the
enemy but was repairod in abunt
three hours, under a heavy artillery
tire from a rebel battery,
Genoral Mcrritt made the crossing,
atUcked thu enemy and drove him oil'
handsomely, the pursuit continuing an
far as Gaines' Mills. Tho enemy
observing tho re ciossiug ot t h e
Chickaiiominy, came out from his
second I in s uf works. A brigade of
Infantry and a largo n umbor ofdis
mounted men attacked tho Division
of Gens, Gregg and Wilson, tut af
tor a eevero contest weru repulsed
and driven behind their works.
Gregg's and Wilson's Divisions after
collecting the wounded rc crossed the
Chickaiiominy.
On tho afternoon of the 12th the
corps enciinped at Walnut Grove and
Gaines' Mills. On tho forenoon of
the 13th tli e march was resumed to
Bottom Bridge. The command is in
fine spirits. Tho loss of borces will
not exceed one hundred. All the
wauiided wero brought ou except
ttbotit thirty cases of mortal wounds,
and thesu well cared for in the farm
houses A' the country. Tho wound-
p.l will not exceed 250. and the total
l...uuo nr nt-,r SSft
The Virginia
Ltntrai Kaurona
bridgo over tho Criekuhominy, 160,
feet in length, and other trestlo
bridges, and iho railroad lor n long'the
distance south of the Ch'ckuhominy
were desiroycu.
Grai.t nraice is ivon diviiioii
"1 1..' n i?n W.i...Jill
CO Illlinii iro vvucmis uiik. m iibuu
Rd Merritt. and Generals Custer
nnd l)Hvi. Cohmols Grew. Divau.lf
: Chapman, Mcintosh,
. . f"
i: i.i..,.
jiijude commanders and all the ot
a,:l," 8,'(1 "i" bw'u'vea fl,lIt!ldKlly .
May la-In a dispatch this mor
May
mom
cut receivt'd iroiu
repoits to tho Secretary of the Navy
that tho uichmonu papers ot yester
day mention thu death of Gen J. E.
B. Siuart, shot in buttle. This no
dgubt, happened n the battle viithi.
bhendan.
Admiral Lee,
E. M. STANTON,
Secretary of War.
[OFFICIAL.]
M at. Gem:ual DlX :
!
I
An cSieial disputeli from the buttle
ft d fit Minttpv v::i. a vi htoi, .iv tiv.rn
. mg, a? tiiiW, stahs that Uuring the
" " . a .
iprecuding lligilt, (Kliday)a move
UHT-t whs mado by the i'llth and,
Six'li Corps to our lelt, and an attack
-to "
mmn.'l of liatt!., ih hpf-n h, arrl
from that aaaiter.
j This maneuver, i lssaid.ifsuicc-ss-
In!, would p.ace our forces in Lju s
I , ,. . .
1 4 ...
riui (mi n.Mi.lm im I.i r.it r. ..i f t rt
ii.ai ..nv. i.ui.iivi mm w .iwv.il. iv
wir.l Lytichburg
No oantioii or ativ r,iiind nf
t'l.iln ....
n i i , - i r. t
I-rediiccsbufg, which ahortls Kn und..
lor inference tuut Ie had retreated!
duiing Friday night and before thu
advauce of the 5th and 6th corps.
Nothing later tbau C:30 A. M. yes
terdav has LclII roceivud from tlie
army of this department. All wound
ed that low reuched Be.le i lain yes
terday evening have arrived hero.
Thu surgical report states that the
condition of tho supplies is satislacto
ry and tho wounded are doing well
Tho Medical Director, at Belle Plain
repoits that everything at that point
is satisfactory. The 6irgica! arrange
nier.ts havo never been so compelte
as now. Gen. Sheridan's command
had reached the left bank ol Turkey
Island ut 3 o'clock ycuturday, P' M.
and huve funned their junction with
tho force of (Jeue ral Buttler.
E. M. STANTON.
Secretary of War.
fJCT For tha information of all in
terested we publish the following
circular .
WAR DEPARTMENT,
PROVOST MARSHAL GENS. OFFICE
WASHINGTON, D. C., July 12, 1863.
Circular No. 44]
a
To answer inquiries made to .this
office, it is aunonucid;
1. Any drafted person paying
300, nnder section 13 of the enroll
ment act, is thereby exempt from fur
ther liability under that draft, but
not from any subsequent draft.
2. Any drafted person furnishing
I an acceptable substitute, is exempt
r :i:io. tn. iV.o r.t..;
from military service, for the period
for which said substitute is mustered
8. A substitute oiica mustered
jnl service, canaot be drafted while
in the service.
4. A drafted man
eraia"rtatin ninoy,
cannot pay
or prcaeiit
1
isubstitote after be br8 reportod Liin-
self to the Doard cf Enrollment for
examination.
5. Men who, cn tho 83 or aiurcti,
1863. were In tho military service of
the United States, as substitutes un
der tho draft of 1SC2, and whose frm
nfafrvin.i liftVB ainco CTbired. are UOt,
.. 11 .-.1.. J.h. w... I
imoiu 10 n o j.reBcoi urn,
sons for whom ihey wtro substitutes
aro liablu to drttlt, the same as
tho.ish they had not bt'oo drafted,
and turnitihed f ubtatutes under the
draft Inst year.
6 lu serving the notice as requir
ed by Circular No. 4:, from this of
tico, a reasonulte thru to report shall,
in each case, be granted, bv the
Board of Enrollment, tu men in State
service wuo havo neen or mnv oe
JAMES B. FRY,
Provost Marshal General.
"(.ion, titVe care- of my wife and
little oru8, I have a called from Gov
ernor Brought said a Loyal Leaguer
the other day, as be was omening
into camp.
OBITUARY.
D'ED. On tho 13th lnt.
at tha ra.Miinoft
of Mr. Iiaao Uroitn, Vin'on
Furnace in tbitl
County UOUEta HH il 1 1 t.r
At-o l Tl
jcir.
Ue -oase I ws tott ivoor titattt 'o.,i -,
nuJ for ner S') yoari rcBuleJ in Lwrnoc Cu.,
O., lie leavM a large cirol of relutivna tad
friend), with whom he leave tho rcutution of
hq hornet man and a (rood citiren.
S p it i ;t XI o t i c r s ,
M:9.jmi? tr -kno
ff. m s
u '.OJ ,J"u'irKJ''r,u
.ii.ce'j n p.iriiiuneni lure, i in. ute.mr i" vr n
"', X J1 l i I h
hattlHiClioietH Mixture, and ii) three wieki he tvui
' tvicnuifinti. j. V I invai; iari nKIIL a
8": f()f w, b
A StTPBRtilH VPIMP.DT. Wa iiin censcien.
tiously recommend to iIioho auttvrinir from a
Bul.aml.ouo of tha bnat preparation, iu
and 1. all that ilt r'i
btTo tried it duri i? the rift week, ai1 found
i ti pro iri'jtor c.miii'a lor it. n u
rdlicf from moH diitrwlntf or.K 1; Upre
No. 6 tu'. X'ninh
jstrret, oincii
Olnciun.-itii , (i.. and tor vhlu b; U.-ujr
gi.ta at SO onn'a por buttlo.
A REMEDY XO H I'lLES.- !t W a liming t
know that wo lmvn h n rnretua
ron''l?'onio Uive.d. M.J
Siii-oii'l St. (riuoiiinatl, ( .
Iii'.oh gra pliianirn in iufurmiig all win- am
iiuti'i'riiiij rtitli piles thtt hu nii.l u mnull qnn-
titr i.l Ut. BtnoalanJ a rile lUniod r, nml tt vt
'i.. . . " 1 -j -.
ii.-.ii?iru-.
i in i d iiiwr a (Mr,
r,VVT rPV
l . lO.llb ui un 'it'll, w i.ti,
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ui'u-1!. iiuni B.nu . i-i ui" nii'M uii'iiiuin i
hoi1'112''!3 01 yT,'1 V, 'v'"l?'0V.
land's Anti-ClinleR Mixluro for cure
(liarrhos.1 and d.iacr.tct) Tltc Klttr
to long to publish. Mr Voi;d3. cf Cuv.,
iii(rt'n,fii In1 was priiii"iUiii'Cil iiicuablf'
for the bol 'loctors ir. lNi. tmmti, anil 'irr1!
iom'o of Vr Sniukl-iinl'i Auti Clri'erii il;t-
Mure I'ftocted u p-rmuiiei.t tuii! nfr sufl'i f-'
jmjr for ii!.!a with t.iu jtm t irm.uf win:
ir'.es nt ! :i?e.v.
' '; 'l!"r aiiy3 " lVn, i-,'f!.'';'':'- from t'i.-1
I United Siates'ffrvicc alter tuU'-'rins in thf-
jhis;i'r,! f r 8 month us insurable, and as
haiw-onrco tried Stri,kl., ( Auti ClwH-
f : "v -
rillUtl'tl . iC aJIIlM OKIlall 1(1 t"'i liuejiivi.
.....iii..,.. ...... i i. 1 1 1 .
.,, h..'ina mrcd si vrn ur ciio
Ivory b-nl rufit'S of ilijrrhini and il.Htfiiter Ii.
the barrack be w:.u m 'villi one bo'iI. r-h
va'u'bie m-ditine. Iu f, t we
l;Zpvn
items fiorn!
Why does not ojr 0'vr:--
men; wcitre th',9 Vdliubli1 prpparttion.--j
O.ir armv ought to tc supplied v'uh it. 1
bit n,b!tott time since one of our tnei
laid in a very low com'itio'i al one of it:
I. Illtl.llllH ,I-I.1'I19, 1111 M'i ......
Ciiici-inu'l tl-.iiftla Ilia u-i fi. il'iv wriili fi 1 r
i . .1 t 1 1
lUeUOC'Or COflF Ul? TPll III 8 J 11 Ml jie P.S rUSU
She,fhotvever,Ravo him Strieklantfa Ati
liib'.o tori'turii horn: with hi wi'o to ISew
n L i t i.i .i .
thu sni.i o,. win :it a hmtlu of it in their!
knapsacks, it miy save them or aomo
ihcir romru le. It is for tale by Dr.igjoMM
a'. 60 cir per b 'ttle.
FOLDIEKS'HOMS
ScPfcriNTENIlKST'it Of SMC I
rici. V
,1S53.
1'i.soistan, June 4
lu Da. C. W. Kobaok
My Dkab Phi : 1 am dUpentins aseoor. 1 ia-
viIcb of your Stomach jiittura anions ;he iarirc
nanibor of men who daily arrive at thii. Iiieliin-
lion for rofrennmont and rat.. Tho univoraal
tctimony in that thci-e B'utora are the bo',
laohi. For the various euntmer eomplainte
which afllict x inanv, I khow of no remedy
safa and no enie. Platarch aaya. "1 o a.k a pby
.iciun what i. ea.y and what fa hard of digestion
and what will agies nth the atomecli. is ubont
aa senai il a to ask what ie aweetor bitter,
sour." i'ersous who look out for broakera and
lmva vourBtonnch Bit'.era iu the honec ! am
mire will nuver aak any one tho fiolii-h que.tinii
iinkm nftiv tli.i ireiit tihiloanhor. I most no.
omit a wor'd or two for your Catawba Brandy.
I h;ivo many man Uero wlio r.are brandy prc
ssribed fur th'-m by dintirjfu'mlied Army Snr-
eons. Tbe ettect otyoara on sucn are nem-noiui
far raoie ao than from any previ.ni.ly taken.
reraor.HW ho .lere a really para Brandy caunot
fail tn thoir purobaw iflhey got yonr brao
I a:., Doctor, with raujb respect
Your aervun:,
O.W.D. ANnBEW.BupcrlD'end-int
-gr Office and manufactory, !. M, 13,
and il Eimt Third itroe. For ale everywhere
Nov. 6th 1863, alt. mo.
'
JJtto bcrlisenuats.
McArthur Market.
CORRECTED WEEKLY.
Apple, (,)
Applea,(d.)
Beana,
Butter,
Baoon,
Corn,
Coffee,
Candle,
11.25
2,25
3 00
25
11'.5
80
CO
29
U
26
Molarees.N.O.
Moal,
Oil Linked,
Oil Carbon,
Onions,
Oats,
Potato,
Peacbes,
Rice,
Bait,
Snear,
100
1,60
1,65
1,"
4,1ft
3,2
tegs,
Jheee,
Flax Seed,
Feathers,
Flonr, (bbl.)
Lard,
S3
I. I lea,
7,00 I Vinegar,
IS Wheat,
l.0
l,4o
a
12. A lira t ton,
A TTOBNEY AT LiW.MoArtbur.O,
t prao'.ii-ein Viuton sad sdjemipg wiutia
- FOR SALE
The Victtn U
SC.
rypt Ui well known Tv m Stand, .ltoa
1 led on tl.w corner f m!n St.. opr-oMte tha
M.AC. IUIJnad f tailor. Hamdcn, Olio--The
Iknul.in gei ((ndltli n, and .very cen
tring attatiiKd for leapine f.oWfc iiottM-,
troMny m Ii i t 'r, n.ii eocd EtuMliiff.
ALSO 8'ff'rE nCTFF. cn tl;e collier of f;n
, . rr- ,. Writftfm vh.
bo t r pert I IIimjIJ Ir.w, ji. quire ofr.j
te rHcn btucviue ua iei lor yonrmr.
ilv to
D McIMTK2.
Ilumdsn, Olilo.
oift) mil xes i-u
ROAD NOTICE.
NOTICE iskrtVi nivtn. !kt i riUoo
Icprcectitod to tho Commllorer of
Vintou tioiity. Ohio, t their next Jaoo ho-luu-
Tuyivt tor thaotUbiirLment of a coun
ty road, to lb-.- fidiowit'ir ruto. to-wit : Con
mancicf; cn tha road leading from Big 8nt
Furnace, In Viuton ecnnt (hiv, io Packard
MilU. at I'anryu tridf In lirown TowOfhlp'
Vio'.on cocrtj Ohio; -Thuuco a south wn'.di
roctlf.arn thu line and alone the lin bat ween
tlo 'ni dscf .luliii Fi-r anil Rora faier, totht
ni.rth H'CKtcrrcir rfE'i Pmcri farm : From
thi'Loo !Mo)ith naKterlv dirorllon, tha ncarnt
a id b.vl ri.uto acrosb lands of John F-jj, Big
Sand F mt.f Co. Sid M'rraMlmir, to iutorKct
tlit roi.d runriiiK frt-m Zaieaki to Packard
MiiliH, at or i. iar Inn la owdJ h; Jnhn CatMl;
'll.unoonot aliuj; said road about twDhoo
Iri'.l vurdrt, acrot nid I'uftooln hit, and to nth
or landa oiVfied by uil UorTHMholT; Thorn
a south wt-t"rly dinttion a:rom hnd-iowned.
byjo.eph Lmrden ard Iiuyb MoI,a"uhiln
oar u and west cf William Meynra rtfiilcnoe:
thenen the Decreet and brat rout tn the road
running from Joph Mi-Ribbon to Zlekl,oa
lioiiiK a diataso if about four mtleit
NOutiuii niimoer ix eon aoit tuort to terimnita.
May 5-flt-S MANY rXTITJONCRS
LEGAL NOTICE.
State of Ohio Vhon County
'R'
n.o!?'" "'I .''.V1 i " "'"c '
of;
Tredoilok W. HaTnel Adrna. it Court of
Jauifk Carter, Dujuaefd Pitff. I Cvmmozi flrat
ai;a!ut
Buhcrt l i.rter aud I D.fn. 1 CM! Aoli-.o
Su.r.nc! Career. I j
Kjhi-r: i'nr'or snl Bamool Carte, bjtli ri
I'lue In the S:Mc In-.'una, lb fiirt iu Tip
ocunoo 0M.iiiv,
and the laltnr in Fountain
ouuty, will tiko ftctioii (hit edciick W.
. , ... , , . , ....,.. ,,.. .. .
and -it 1 by virttire It.-rp,.f rt-.ln of then
ril ra'.kt.itiitad 10 m I vint- n County ,U wit-n-.M"!!!"
ninlivlde.l third part, ol'naoh ofi.;t
Oe'onilji.u. in tl, Qjulh-we.t qu irti-r of S-.n
tion number tati.'.j-nlna, (2?,) iu Tortahp
i tmborten, ( 10,, of iknp. number nil etenn,
v 10.) uid tj-.turti-r cont.ininir one hondrid art
t'.x'.y wtefu-tm -r 'ej, a.nt tha .aid Ko(
urt tlir(ef au 1 Samuel In Ciirlur. )! Oou't of
t'omiii'ii I1;.-., of laid Vinti-n t'Vucit. thii.
a.-f.lt.g tort!.. h.,t :in .l'iid.ai), v,f ai.id ,!.Jnr-
0..rUir, li:ov h:ve wronttU'ty, tnken, rDVcT4
ISt.W. wr -tin mcuU.. Promi r ,1(JUiai..
umDi'l.iii.l. aiid oarriod t mostly ) o;lS of Ihi-
i,.,.n-il nrnt.-v 1, ,1. nuir. ... .
amrr. for
..h i.f aK ill. -wo vtrf rrr.m l!..m l.v xirnrtr
. , i . ..- ' .
uiid a jo tenant f r the amount of the val-ii
'-',"r' n, f"r v- Kobert C.ivwr
.lion f, f.r
mi I Na'mii.i;
,, I w . i . ....... .. a, , . . ,
nil I a'mii,i. I jr'i urn noticed that tiny are
,n i ,1 ,rcn io n r.'uf ana answer rail iia.tvin'on.
I l e . . . i . . - 1
uri';'iir" um inini rsinruat rtr
V
oaliuii - t till, r.r.lttn.
i'RUDtiihJC V. ltYN?8 A.li-.'r
Yr-.( a Hi!.rtol of Jm .!:irtor,
At'y. fur Pltff, !!...-J.
May ft' lfM,-8.
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HARDWARE
V 1 II V F K WW T I V V I R F
;0 I U I L J .1 U
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1 1 r. I I. I .
V. T. SHiDKS
AM) SHADW,
Miiiii Siiitt McAitluir, Oh!o
lnt"rm :ut PnVV, 'l.al thtt havojn.t y.i.
!, a it 'v and larj; .'.ot'X of Ilardaa-o ar;d
ntliirv. cntii.n and tinwar.- of eety dl'orip
tioti. fn'thtdr iiuw Stcru Ttunni. wheic they r-
lomat ail einiiinutiua 01 their etwk, coui.il
P.'...,. !..
, ,. j pst ef
! .ooK1N,. 8ToVLS, I'ARLf.R STt.'VEi
(JllAT'rS
NAILS,
UMrs.
LANTr.RNS.
15IAI) CAOF.S
FKF.NCH a.vl AMERICAN COOKiXfi
UT ENS ELS. JAPAN ED and PLAN
ISH TINWARE and TABLK
CUTLERY. PENKNIVES.
FISTOLS AND
OtltOKS Implorr.euta, snl Vnuf- Kfj-er
Oi-.d. (jonerally. W tnanufaotore all lr.1a
of Tin. Juro.rand h:ot Irun work, at th
ahorto.t notice, and t tli low.t prioe..
April2j M-?tlM hil 11 at Mi A."!?
McAUTIltll SCBSEHY.
The undorizn4 wish'i to inform the cilif
.'f Vinton, and rorrounrtlorf Couaties tli at tbey
h emahli.hed a JSur.sry at MP.' rlnnr ar'l
wi!lWt. eooatantly o hand, eterj varl.iy
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES.
We now offer for a!e, 80,000 Apples tret
20 0 .0 Peach tree, Fear, Cherry, f lumb Ao
of the very bi-t varieties.
Tb.ro tree bave all huon rnl.cd In Tlockluc;
County, aud being aecliinateil are preferable
to tree'" .hippe.) from other States. They are
two year, old thrifty and in the bet eondiUon,
all we ask ia that thca vtisbing treeo eboulJ
ooli and see for thomsolve.
Address
Pee. U-SS 3mc' v- GOLD.
TAX NOTICE.
80
00
ts
Q0
as
The tax payers of Vinton County
are her by uotifiod that the Tax Du"
u icato for ibe last half vears taxes
of the year 1863, bave been placed
in my bands for collection. Upon ll
taxes not paid on or before Juno 20th
1864, the law imposes a penalty of
five per cent. 1 will be in attendance
at the Treasurers office in ilcArthur
until that data, to receive the same.
UENRY REYNOLDS,
Treasurer, V. 0 O.
April 7tb, '64-6w.
St
SUEI.TO.t BARNES ESTATF..
NOTICE i hereby given that tha undersign,
ed baa been duly appointed sd1 qualified,
Administrator of the Estett of Shelton Barnes
11 of Vinton ftuoty dwased.
Jan. 2H-M-I. QEJROE BAIVIf.

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