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Kl'LE AMERICA
I .McARTllUR, OHIO:
THL'USDAY --- -Si-pl. 1. 1861
ur rim conhiitutiov as i" is
Til 12 UNION ASlf WAS. Tllr KF,IIH
WIIKItK Hli Is. Hiid tie l.nlorceiiteiit
r Ik. Lin HCittiiHt nil Otlirrr-. who
have usurped Authority, i well Ba the
Htople Who Commu iircnvnca ui mc
Law.
O M PF.TTEN01T-L A CO.. Adver'Ksn
ini. Nn. 8T I'urk Bow. Now York dt
68tate Streut, Boston are our Agent audirio
sutborixed to tuke dvotlihonients sud 8ul
riplioua for u at our Luwcat Kate.
Democratic State Ticket.
. TO f ECBETABT OF STATE,
WILLIAM W. ARMSTRONG,
Of Seneca County.
SUMESU JUDGES,
(For Full Term,)
' PHILADFXPH VAN TRUMP,
Of FaiificIJ Coutny.
. (TO II.L VACANCtEf.)
L'n? Vsesney,
' MACIUAS C.WHITELEY,
Of Hancock County.
Short Vacancr.
ALEXANDER S. BOYS,
, . ... Of Highland County.
, ATTOKSFT OESrBAt,
1YMAM R. CRITCHFIELD,
Of Holinfs County.
COM PTROLLEB or THE TREASURY,
WILLIAMS. V.PRENTISS,
Of Franklin County.
. SCHOOL COMMI9M0NEII,
ALEXANDER S. R.4MSEY,
Hardin County.
IOAID OF PUBLIC WORKS,
(Full Term,)
WILLIAM LARWELL.
6f Aahl nd County,
fOB VACARCY.)
CHARLES BOESEL,
Of Aujfluixe County.
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION.
FOR VINTON COUNTY.
Tim Do'U )cricjr oi Vinton Conniy,
lire requested to meet in their respec
tive Towinl.ip, t !a(!o of election.
0NT SATUUUAV. El'T, 3 1, mi.
ut "i o'clock V. M. and then and there
proceed to appoint three Judges and
, cce clerk ot; tho primary election,
"who blmll proceed toorganizi forth
with, and receive votes, fur tho pur
POBC ol nonitpatmjj caiididalea tor the
county Ticket at tho in xt annual el. c-
. ., - r H . ii? .
lion lor mo it'nowing ouinera, to wit:
For Auditor, Treasurer, Slnnff, Com
tniseiouer, S"rveyor and Comner.
The I'ol's bliall Ivj open lro:n 2
o'clock to 6 o'clock I. M. on paid .lay.
Said Judges of election shall m.-ut
on Monday Sept. 5'h 1861, at tho
Court lloue in McArtimr. ut 10
o'clock A. M. and shall oriB'itnri' a
Democratic Cmntv Con ventiun and
proceed to count the votes polled at
,;,tlie primary election and declare the
, person having the higheBt number of
yotes, tho riouiitiee for the respective
.ofi.'er an I in casoof a tie vote, paid
,J tidgea shall determine by ballot,
from tjiofle persons who receive tie
. vote, wlw) shall lwtlio nominee. Said
' Convention elall appoint a Democra
' ticetitral Committi e for the ensuing
jear 6hal appoint delegates to the
;-jQotigres8ionai Convention to be hrld
at rortsraQuth on Wednesday bept.
Tilt 1864, and traraet euch other
business as way beneeesdary lor the
interests of the Democracy oi'Cuti'ity
By order of the Ceitral Committee.
GEO. LANTZ Secretary.
A. J. SWAIN Chairman.
To he Judges of Primary Election.
The importance of our IVpIo in
i,,i..i. .uupik . c.
ibetne early at the rolls on Sa urday
0 L 01 1 .
September 3d, at 2 0 clock is appar-
' entto every Democrat, as lb it is the
" hoir fixed for appomting the Judges
election and delegates to conv. ution
. . . . .. .. .
.id raoreuoporlant ,s Vt that 4he
Jpdgcs get to He Arthur on 1.e 5b
' fioptember promptly at 10 o'clock
A'.' M. as the mas, meeting is at 12
' o'clock, and it is desirable lint tlm
1 (County Ooaventiou get through hp
lore the ' meutiug Gonvfnes. We
"lope the Delegates will leave licm
early bo a to be here before 10
o'clock- emtober thii.
A Direct Lie.
Our Provotit Marshall C. W. StllrMp,
: in . Vi'il0,Vi
county snort lime if o. T'ie deserters tired
nponlhe party, eveny woor.ded At. SafforJ'
Rowtll in tho arm, They made their rs'
eape. Tl is is Ibe direct result of the testh
ings ot M -j r Uratten, uixl oilier rebels of
Vinton county.
I li. uluiVu Irnm U.a..I ai.btnn A nl .
ii :!?. fr? jr."1?.-?.
war lei'lin, arid 8tir )
.lifti.'ii'.'y
anioDi; i tir own cit zjna. Any 'i.un
I h it HdvoChUS 1 1:0 CUliftiUltii'llul
rijlitd of citisuna an I anMicri arc Mi
redly teacliin" lilomUlu J i J
uiiurcliy, ac('trdni lo these u.uiKrii
iiiudillu heutied (laiiilil't'tla of lie a'"
liiion ftrly. IInl not iliu St ui l ir.l;
editor better eh nlI -r his rruskut, eii
tor 8'iino nifgi'T rtgimciit b'iI ruuuir
to tlie iron', tntui l "f ri'innining
Ihmiio ninl urging otlu ra to go to tilit
a war, that ho and hid co worlur
liuvo preverlcd from a war f"r the
CoiiBtitutioo am) Union, to one foi
l'reeinj his Afiicari Lrethcrn.
A Direct Lie. Independent Candidate for Congress.
Wo publish by rt quest of boys in
the service until the election, tli! cir
euliir annouiiuoii'i' the natno of. Col.
Hen. F. Coats of tho 91st. O. V. l.j
and a cit'zen of Adam County in
Congressional Diritiict. We
now see, if these brawlitig Union Lea
gu res, at home, sham friends nf
soldiers, will mibta'n Col. Pti:.is,
ii'Miiict wiion, as hu dHdtr and sol
lii r, there is not a word ol c inlaiiit
We have received a
letter from (lie
Army urging
Sue circular.
boys ,in yiierman'
support for tho Col.
NEWS ITEMS—CLIPPINGS.
August 30. Fort Morgan, .at Mo
bile, has been taken by tho Federals
Whether it was blown up or evacuut
ed is not known. '
Ex Governor Buler. of I'ennijyl va
nia. istbo Temuorarv lVsidintoftho
Chicago Convention. Our correspon
dent thinks tho ticket will be McClel-!
la,, i,,r pV.ji.lant an.l R.,iii.u II. I'l'ii
dleton ot Ohio for Vice IVeai.ieut.
m. '... ' t -
illO UlUl'IIUO Lemoeilllie VUlivvn-.
turn vestordav temnorilv oreanized bv:
electing Governor B'uler, ol I'ditwyl
vaniu, Chairman, The imual Com
. i ;..t ,i. i ....
- .. j i ' , . .
miwees was appose.., w.io .u.....
ci. i. in, n i. Ii, unin. .1 over in this morn
ing. Governor Dig'er made a lengthy
". .... . ...
u.l.lri'Ba t
General Sherman is reported to
bave moved a portion of bis armv to
the south of Atlanta, mi l tint it Iti-
intention to make an attack upon lh.it
city from dillonm! points.
I here are 225 r c u ting nts in
N 'itl eiii Ge riit lioin tliij No.t i.
At last accounto Ihey bad rai ".d only
150 recruitf.
l'lio noniiiKt'i n of MeCiilau f,r
I'r. sfdei t wasgemraliy c mcetLd jis
terday in Ciiiea-o.
Ii is stated that .I.nenv. Ih jgticr
In chiel, has bung tioilv l''i d. ial sol
dicrs in Clarke count, V .m n a tor
burning th h .iHeS of gtp.'iin.
' It is sai l Lincoln wmid p stp in-tl
the draft hut fr Getiet.d dr.-t. who
demands that it s'l td g m, :n in
in want of more net. The .to
human life is so gnat nu let lit
that cotistriptioi.s, by tuc li il. n il n
at a liui , must be tmiJo U kim, ti
tlio tillpplN.
.
No More Guns.
The following is the 10. li AitieV ot'
tbu Loyal Ltagno Constitutu n;
'Ruch member of this League bIim!
., ,. i.. ..i 1 . . .1
proviuo mm 11 wiiu a .oast p.,
shot gun, mti3ket or nfl-j; anl a Sit I
fioieiit supply of fixisd ammunition fori
the ellectivo URO oi tlm same.
Tho Loyal L -Hgtiors having all g
. - . . ... . . .
arines the Atlininn-traMon una ihmp
iis iTtler forbidding Railr-m.'
IrsAli
t-arrv.niarins into tin Star.i for the
nseot the peopl't who are nut ioyal
LeauuerE'.
Is nut this apharp trick!
From Chicago
CHICAGO, NOON, August 29 1864.
U-ni Beyinonr will makfl the nomina-
tioi), fciid New lork btato has dead
... . . i-.mi.i' ..
this morning to vote ltr McClebaii.
jbero has been gMoecbes to crowtls
in front ol tbe Sherman Uonso Vail
digbam being tho principal Hpeaker
Ue lias pledy -d Lis undivided support
to the nominee of the Convention.
f Wood has also mido publi,
the same declaration.
The Convention nsEtinblrd prompt
; 'ly t 12 M. August l!elni..nt called
: the Convention to order, lledeliv-r
I caunot express to you tho i-n-mense
i-nthn-iatn of to day. Ni vi-i
was thero such a throng of peopio at
a National Conven'ion. McCIfcll.m
is s'ili gaining Iriends. and it is con
ced.'d by all parties tlut lid will im
' nnmiiiated on the hrst ballot. G tv
ed a brief but pertiuei.t a ldn s- on the
occasion t-f tho assembling of this con
ventlon. Upon hi motion. Ex Gov
ernor Biler, of Pennsylvania, was
Jchosen temporary Chairman. Pra-
jtr w'ns off-red by R-tv. Dr. Olarkaon,
(.ftlip Elifcopa.' Church, tfhicfti'O.--rnU0
SIlO n..L .if tU Sta filled.
4r.iai:w
j
SI 10 name of the. S'r-tea "were culled,
and aa rnel chapman stepped tor ward
""1 preheated N lift of di'Kgati'8,
t' cheering ua' iro linion?.
' 7- ......;.. I ... I.. ... " N
('harliiH IVv.dl-y; N ..rk,Suni
nel J. Tilili-i.; Xi r- , Al-rali:!
i'.rowiiir; !Viinv'ii ii. (rn t tl-Hed J
IXitwar-, Cdurlen" I5ijn; Wr
Und, TIkoiim (i I'r.t; K n'ueliy,
Tlifiiiiis X L.iw.iv. ) ii -i (Jnfliri.;
! ilii.i,U. L. V.ill m liji.A ;i; In i an t,
I 1 l II II,.. . . M -
til; Mlfhi'Hii. A O Ua'dwin;
U i, William A ll.lt; trii;tb;
I. wa.,1 F r,.it; IVij.-rtiia. Jilw
IJ VV,.'.T; Kdlwg, vVill.i.ii) M D-.t
ri!;0-'.'"n l"lij unin Stiik
'
McClellan's Nomination
McClellan's Nomination [...] Pendleton Probably for Vice [...]
—An Affecting Incident.
' lesiion of the Convvmioii tlii uioin
this willjjng. When K- ntuckv win ralha
j upon to hand up her li-t ot di lega'ei:,
the.tliosi ven- rable, but -.very poi uiar
j h-. n. Ex Governor Wick l.uo ami lion
i James (luthi ii , Cluiriiian of the 9e
i
Ciucioi), AuiMt 'jy.
ha-t ! een nicct Sii ti!, Ida
MctViIun
iioniiimliofl
being generally coiieeded.
Dehv,,tl'H ",u l,l,w 1 itcu8!-i fit? A cay
di lute for V c? IVsident. Vitriou
names are in ntioti. d. Int Mr. IVn
dlctiin is nniju ti nbly a Jm r l to,
v. ith even pr a;nct ol lectiving
teVell tiohU nl the voii i,
A vt-ry Btleetiiiij uci iie ocenrrod in
, eond K. i.tm.t'V Deb ution, r ie I'min
I licit seutfl and came siowlv hjvtar
Up tbe t i tito length of tho lindde
u:s!e. l'l..- Con vc:, lion and imjoi.U'
Cumin ncd i-lie'-r Viciferintly, and
the btn I sti nek u. tlio old une
"SIij.iIJ old ai'cpi'jinlan.e be forgot."
The ihriiiing 8. -ligation was foiloMod
by the. ino.it deat't iiing ch.'er Tho
vtnvrable sta'ciim-ti .vei.t like cliii-
drni, ,mi many a tear fctieame 1 do u
irnm tile eyt-8 oi unit vast eiowo us
thoy witnueesed the soleutn
ami
j touching occurranco. The tw.
g. ti
tlemen preBenftd Ibeir t f. b .nti.i, ann
I iii-itin moved back to l!i;r eats
cannot: l.ooinvd t'o.lh s.tlnio, the lifcls-l
i .n..:i :.. . . i
v.ivni n'i vuni'ii r.y
ami
the
masst s renl the air with
llt'ZZtS.
(JoV. tsevui'-ur ol N.Y. was chneen
'resident nl'the C'onveiition, al.d mi
. T,t!8l.lt lu L'j.ttli.ini
. .. .
Wa9. repriltt d
p .' .
Irom tlio lomniiftee on
nuiuun.i
unaniin unlv adopted. Gen
lVicfc: Gen. .VLCIoHan and Mr iW
ell of K tntnfjky. w. ro noinitiatbd
Ciiidi l.t. s i.'i t ie PVi'Kidoncv in ibe
t veniii!' Pii ree and Towel's iihiiich
wore w it't 'i' in and
iiHine wait 1111111: l'i-rf'
limi win n it -i. j unied
MeChli..n's
If (.'illtiU-
i I W. d.iLS
le.'.led on all
Will bj the
lny 111--r inn. ,
.hitti.l, 'iu.
Loiiiidei .
I;
Indenpendent Candidate for Congress.
CAMP IN THE FIELD,
CEDAR CREEK SH, NANDOAH VALLEY, VA
August 15th 1864.
d
o
Turtle Pvi.vt 9 r Tin-. Ilih (!imnups..ti-.N
a 1. Di.THirr ui- Uiiio .'
We, li.e niid-rhmne I. in the army
if o ;h. . 1. ..f . I... 1 1 00
u " ;":,.'
..w. ,H..t;ir.i. 1.1'
iy nn - r-e - "-n
lenteaen' III o.w .1 l)i tri. 1 in the Con
vi -a- ol Hie U :ite.t oi.ilea, aii'.)i-i:l tu the
w ii. of tlie p op'e in tli- iomi"t; O.-tnbvr
ec-'oii. Li--.lt. C l. BENJAMIN F
CO I' uS. oi llie &l. 0 li V.i.unteer In
fiiii ly
Cm. Coatf.s is too we. I km.'
iz-ii, 1 1 r- quiif any re out. 111 n-i
u-. VVe know him nt'vc
'.'m-i.i 8'I.UItR dlld i .11 ii .)'-'
rei uinnie. i.l hi hi to r i ' .
Rill
in-
f"
It Ii .it
I horn.' be'ifing ill it ! oniiil ji.'jf'ii -lit. b :'
rrv ami imirio.ia:ll 1-1
oiiliinie I. coiiioi tail 1 1
n;kl, iiin 1ie Vtry mi , 1 ,wu ,lf LiW.
tvdeuirasu ie re-en taiive in Contiress-
one who wi.l inuh'tilly ami hmestlv re pie
e-ent the will ol the peop e, .inn imnect tue
t! ,'', ul" " :h'' fitf d-
. I .l .,w IV...,. I .
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'. P1' ' 0 V t J l , U.
. 1 v ci nt. i it vnn l ai.i m it. t
I 1
t Lieu;, li t.ullH liis, '
C. N II Ll.. " " ,
" SP MI.DRIDGE,"
J. R. STHOUP.
Uullitt Oiiuuly.
Ieut.Col. J. L. VANCE, 4 h V VI.
M.j. L Z. ('A DOT. i-h 0. Vil
AmiB-.ir W.S. NEWTON,
Capl. S F NEAl,.
R, M.tZ.'R
lPt l.ie-t J W WILLI IMS
J. W. DAI.ri. 4 h V.. V I
21 - J. A. HAMILTON, m O. V. 1
-J. M.HOUJE 4 It V. V. I.
Jin I C'..nnty.
C-pt. I-- A- A fKINSON (fist O V I
kci)I t'.iiiuly.
SnrgG.B WARWICK. 9UtO V,I
CptKR.CUL.IJE.mON,
JOHN K4TS
A. D. Ca sslano, a a q m 2 i Brig,
21 Division.
1st. L eut. A.F. Kendall DlaiO.V.I
Adj't J G.D. Fikulky. 4 "
A:li.Q M. N 11. WAawicit,
AJj't V N DAVV. "
LaWKKNOK Oi-CNTT.
Liout. Col. W.1I. E -' chf, 5tb Va V.
Julm Morri, St rgeoi -tu-Cbiel 21
Brig. 2d Division.
Capt. J; B. B-zell. 5ih Va. V. I.
CIim: lain Jot-etdi Lit'le, '
lt Lieut T W. Rose, 91st O V. I.
" " Sam. McCuIloagh 5th Va. V.
.TJm M filar
J. W. JoUnsoo, 9;h. Y. V
4 l it
run
n 11.
'
i
Git AND RALLY &
i , - -w
!of Viiiton and ad-
joining- Comities,
FORPEACE-fi.HD UNION,
AI JU'Ai lInir Oh o
0i Hondit'j SijptoiiliT, itk 18C.
S nuu ot MiD best speakers and
utaksmen will b j prcaent and addreP3
the iueeling whoso names will bo an
noticed when answers ar received so
a to bo ceiU n i their at tendance.
via iiopceverv m-iu an
v t.ii w.ii bo :t ibis m
oiii-t'u ir la in i tiler
We bopceei v m iu and women in
niceiin''. and
D2- Lot us
' 've fit.' tiui.cl ra ; lr t .so Constitu-
lion una A.a
- -
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Candidates for Nomination.
Ma. BkatTop: Will von p'esise an
m uuee the name of b. C. C- of Elk mi
camliiiaie lor Curoner subject to the !)
ofV.uion.
MANY DEMOCRATS.
T i ip m Will (t'nja Hrinniiiinu !
111 A II IK (IK A I 1 IB. villi II CU!t II IIIMJiri or
f m ... r u ,
Tp. , a rui.li.Ute lorfommUaionersi.lrcl ,
the chhwi of ,he Deu.u. r-.v
MODISON Tr.
Ms Bhatton Piexse an.muncH the
name otj list T. Blaci as a eun.iida'e for
.iuner. n,.!i:ct to 'he tteccFaioit of llie
Dfitiocteiic t'r nt'jry eln i'mu.
MANY DEMOCRATS.
Mil. liHtnim. Will penso aiiiioiiiice-
I tht! iMiue ol J.it'kiioii Wi'lsiiwini of Engle ;
Township, a tmnlidne lor Coinmissiuu
ers Hihjeet to the I) -l iiion uf the Democio-
ul ilioir eitfc:in.
EAGLE TOWNSHIP
M vi Chatt:'. .Sir, hi will confer a f
vor hv eiiniuiii.'in; oen nit ol Joseph VVul-
i;,i ...
luci- of Uicliiuud t own Iru Ha a run.
rr Su,vevl,r. Shl)ie.:t to t,e.Ui,ton ol Hie J
MANY . VOTERS.
Tlielehip ata cuudiddie
Ma.
BaATToa.
Pie:ise aii.iaiiii'e the :
i ,Ume of George
R.
lied of Knox Tow ii-
for ccuntv Tteesurrri
I ulje.:i to tli tleeiaiou or the De.noerais ol
V inloii County .
KNOXTOWNSHIP
Major Buvtton; Will t , 1 .i-a aiiirniiti-e the
imnio orOrvlll" tiiiiiui.'tr nt Cl'ti.uil l'owunlop,
m acnadid i to f ir Slur It' aulij oi. tu inc dccii-'mn
ut tl.o leui.iera'ii) C'.tiulv t'luiiiiiliuii. Mr.
l" u Kentliitiioi well ii.. ' i iie I fur tho
I orticoand nua n ho will f;ik!il'u!ly dicliarpa the
uiiiiei. 01 loeomcB
I
CLINTON TOWNSHIP
Co'.. Brato-n: Sir, ymi wi' P'en:e
nnnoi'tiL-e tlio inline nl DAVID F-Jfll'-
M AN. of S .v it n To., hsu (iiii.li laie lor
i Trecaurer, nhjertt) he ilensioii 0: ihe
! Driiioefalii: C.niuiy ('onteniion, Vr.
r.ifenian tsagoo.l busiue-s on I ie.i. ei"'de
m il), bml iveiy wat qua ifi'd fnrtue tfi e,
s-id entitled to the coiitiJeiii e of the Ue
SWAN TOWNSHIP.
Mr. Bihtton; Please snuootxe lite
ue iiie of WILLI AM GOLD of Elk Tp..m
j a Candida e for Slier ifi". tubjert to the dcia-
pin ,. Hie oem U.-mociatlc Couilty Coil
.veiilioil. Mr. G..ti is loliff u
1 known to the p Ie olllieC
Iperlorme.l the duli. ol the
end favorably
tuiinly and Ins
oitn e bolore
1 u i 1 It I u ! i v
ELK TOWNSHIP.
I'Iimsh announce the
. . o
I MAJOR BltATTOR
'''ue of Dr.
H.C. MOOiiE, of Kiinl-ml:
!r
as a CHiiiinlaie lor Conniy Au-i
diior, fuhiecl to the dei i.-iuit ol' the l)emo
"il'rdtic (' Convention.'
DEMOCRACY OF RICHLAND.
Epitok or Ukmccrat. Will PlPHsean
nou tc the mime of JACOB JEFFERSON.
til Swnn Township, as a candidate for
I Shei iff. fiihje. t to the decision of the next
; DeiiHKruai.' O-iiiify Conve.nion, Mr. Jef
n 1 'e.shu is o.ie 0 our bM ami most reliable
i.i-n . ola strict hti-'iie-s Imbits aud every
. W
y nullified for IV . Air".
MANY VOTERS.
j
Mt Editcr : i.iii'l P'ease announce
tl.e name o J.J Ssini'.'KI.Y. esaraiidi-
iln: 1,11 il,o.,n. ..i si.. Miri
election subjpc.l loll... d-.i.-i.-n of of the
ll,is,flnS..llrt a ' . . . V " Fll
i... ,. . .. ... - . .
Democratic- Count) Co-.veinio. Tho noui
luu ion of Mr. A'nockpi-cannot Idii lo s'ue
entire satilecttotl. as Ills up I known ilint
he is co iiiietent t liill the otfiie. wi ll lion
or to h iiuself and p irtv.
MANY VOTERS.
S p c c i ;i l a t i c s ,
BOLI)IEP.-'HOME.
Svri.KiNrx.NDiMT's Orricx
I'licixiiATi, Tuue 4, 1803
G3.
US. U. W. KOBACE
,. d . , . , .
Mr DrAH Bib : I urn dispensing aseennd in-
n, . . u. . ,. t. , .
Toh-eolyoi.r8u.mach B.tlora among the la. e
"""f' "ff"l0?. Z rr!V" ",,", I-B,ll,n;l
i on ..r refre.u-nei t and rest. The universal
ia tliat thee Bitters are tha host
. . . i,i . . ... i "i
safe ana toau.e. I'latar-n says,' I o asks phy-
siciiin wnut is easy and what it hard ofdizesiion
an I what will h f with iho etomech. is about
as sensi le w to ask w list is sweet or bitter, or
"nr." t'ersniiv wh.. I...,l out fur breaUera and
have your Stoin-cli LS i - in the house I mn
u re will never aik any urn, the fmlish question
poke n ot by tha erea' '-bil.ipher. 1 must not
Mioi-a word or tw.i for your Catawba Brand.
bave many men here who ha--e brandy rye
acri bed tor them by U'stiuguislied Army Sur-
?cods. 1 he effect ofyou.a on such are beneficial
armoie so than from any previously taken.
Poreona who -leaire a really pure Brandy cannot
fail in their purchase if they got your bian.L
I aa, Doctor, with much respect
Your servant,
O.W.D. Anurxw, Superintendent
HP Office and manu'uet .ry. Nua. 54, 5S, 60,
aud 6i East Third nr.;e. Fur aala everywhere
Nov. 6th I8il3. alt. mo,
. .
NOTICE.
Stephen C. EaVin administration de banaaaon
of the estat) of Abraba-n Dari-t. haa filad l.l
accounts for Inspection an 1 aettlement aa snrh
administrator, and thai said aocounu will be
passe J upon on the 25tb day ot Jnne 1 SR4.
EICUARDCEAIO,"
iase Ui iee4-Jw Probeu Jsdga.
"
'""'V ,)f ,S (lcU Ant, Cholera Mix
oP P-"J""-nt cure af.er s ler-
nig lor in.. ulna Willi the worat form of diar
A REMEDY 10R PIlEB.-ltle a blessings
tli suffering to know thl ve have so ellectat
cure let this truly Ircsbleeono tiitetse. U. J
P. Ileiardo, of I64 Second 1 St. Ciacraaett.l.
la .tit itreat nleatuie iu inferming all who ere
n fieri i t with )lles that h used a emit qsaa
lity i f Dr. S wick land V Pils Kmitdy, aaS J tat
fcc'oJ a 'rn antol (urc. This retn- t Ie th
eaae wits all who muka ns of this splendid pre
puration. It in manufactured at No. I East
Fourth Street, Cincinnati, 0, sad sold by all
Ljtallk-tfial. .--... . ....
A SUrEKtOB UEUEIy. Wacan eonelen-)
tiOualy iceoiiiuieiiu to thoi-e tufferinar Irnm i
Hittei" cmii'li.. Dr. 8i.'k'klat)(l'a MtjIHUixiim
CoUi;h Bill sum. 1 1 ivas ruliei almost iiialant
aiosoud, andiftwiflml not iiisuirreelle to t1;
t;ito. Thura i no doubt but tbe MeUifinnua
iuliam l ona of tlis bcxt prpparaiir.ua inne
and i all tlat iu proprietor ciaima lor ii. We
have tried it dunn the pat t week, sinl fmrnd
mlifcf t'rDiii a niot diatrut-xintf conv'i. Jt h.pia
l:iio.t by Pr. Stik'klaiul, tin. 4 Kt Fourth
Slu'ct, Cini'inuii'li, U. , aod lor aala by lrug
ri" at 'ill vent per bultld.
1)YjI'KI'S1. NERVOUSNK9.4. AM) PP.
BILlkY. Di: STKU KLAND'STOXIC-Vfe
e.tu revomrui.nil thoe mitfi-rlng with f,ns of
Appetite. Iiulia'ealion. or D,.peptda. NervonnA
neii and Nru n Uebilitv, to Uia Siijukland'n
Toiiio. It in a vejuuible preparitt ,i, free
'rem aUulmlic ii(ii..ra k streiKtlien-i the
whula nervous yitern ; itcreAten a go'l appe
tilo, aid is varianied lovuro Dypepia mid
Kirvoua Dooility.
Furaulahy Druijsrlats gencrhlly atl per bot
tle, ('repined by VtrT A. Sli ioklaud, Ko. 0
East Fi'nuli Mlreot ('iiAjain(li,Uliii,
July H I4 lvr.
1. IDARRH05A ND OYtJENTERY
We have ei i milled a great Lumber o
tit tiers Iroin some of the most pio.nineu
ilizen of Ciniinniili and Cavin.it.in pf .
epedkiog in tlie highest lerms ol Ur.St iik-
hioil'a Aoti-fJiolerd Mixtut'o lor the cine ol
tiiuiiiioja ami (iia-iiie. v. 1 ne letters ere
to lonj lo pnl) iali. Mr. Wood, of Cov
ni.'t.'n.niis he was pronounced incuntble
a'...
bt (1'HMor ir, (iiiriiiHti. (tiid one
i"w 'II
4ii.'ih-r a,s h whs dichnrged from the
United Si.ites ntr-e alter 'u lie ring in the
ho-ihiil for iiioii ha incuidblp, and ass
ihsi re.iouree Irieu btin kldii I Aiiti-Lhole.
ra MiMuro he got ive'l d'nectly and lias now
ene.ei I lie toiuv ncuiti in tooil health.
One mn riie he h s euretl snen or eight
very bid rasp? of ili.nrlice i and dvsenters in
the biOia. Vi he was iu 'villi one bottle of
this ta it.. b It biedieine. In fat we tophi
we cop I.I
till hull our paper with sniiiltir itemk l.om
these letteis. Why does mil our Govern
ment secure this vulimble preiiurttion.--
Our snny ouzhl lo he supplied with it. It
aU"n fmeniit oiw of our men
laid in a very low cou Mtion at one of our
Cincitineti H.)SiiiHli nis w iin wnsent (or.
the doC'Oia consideied his an hopeless cae.
She. however, nave him Siiickland'a Antl-
Choleia Mixture, end in three weeks he was!
abla lo return home with his wife to New
Richmond, O. Ad lhee cases right at
home speak for thenieelve.c. We hope nil
the. soldiers will puin bottle of it in their
kiiausucks. it iiih v Fave I hem or some of
iLui1 jiitis.iilua. ft a f . . i Iai Y ir Thii n I ul
IIIVII t.l1111 M'. PW f IB ll Q W Ul IO(ai
a. 0 cents per b title
McArthur Market.
CORRECTED WEEKLY
Ar pleK (g.)
Apile.,(d.)
lieani,
llnttcr,
ltai-'.i),
l'i. ill,
L'ulTu.,
t'n ml lo,
E,
I 'lice -a,
l-'l;ix Sutd,
1'ciiiboia,
5iiMo1u-ok, N 0.
2 in Meal.
3 no ' hi Linooed,
Hi Oil Caiboa,
ISaI-'iilona,
80'Outa,
SO Potatoa,
i.vl'eHchos,
l-'lltiee,
S'.HulU
20-Nniar,
Mi' Tea.
1.4't
I CO
Is
1.B5 1.U0
75
1,50
4
li
3.2
30
1,35(2 1,50
Flour, (bbi.)
10,1101 Vinegar,
lMWheat,
; Lira.'
:
IVy.'"l fllUI II B IJ.,.lUV."llttWI, wuru uuwn
D,1 despairing devotee of sensual pleasnre.
Thlia.lee,vlcd you;h,theover tasked
m,n of ,..Kuie. the v iim of nervous depres
lesliin.my .1... . i . . I:
BCt'oRF TAKI2P TUg
r.ljiir.
If TEA TAKING THE
Elixir.
Ir. VRllirS
KEJU VEXATlNG ELIXIR!
OX KSSENCE F LIFE.
riltPARtU rilOU I'URS VcOETAbLS EXTRACTS,
C.STAIMNO M.lTlllKU TO INJURS TIIK
HOST USLI0ATK.
Tho r.eiiiveniil lnir Elixir is the remtt of mod
ern .U-ci.vu.ieoiu ilia veaetttble kiuirdoni; lie
inn an ciilnelv new and abslr.iot meihed
cine, iiic-pe.-toe of nil the ola sua woiuout
iNtei.M.
W"fm?t melieine has been ti-.ted by the most
... .
emi'itii niciliciil mill ot the day. and l them
pionoioienl t be one of tHo greatest medical
Uccnvcins or tt.e ui
U.ie botilu will cities general Debility.
A l'e itcsesenres Hysterics in females.
t)iiu bttile cures l'alpitation of the Heart.
A lew doves icstotes the orjaiis of generation
Kmn one to three boti lea restores the mauli-
ne.is aud full vigor ofjouib.
A few doi-e- iciloresthe sppetite.
Three botdes cure the worst case of I m pot
ency. A few dxe core tbe lowsnirited.
One bult'e ieslires mental power.
: A low dos's In ing the roses tbo cheek
i in-, ii .ii-:i.ia ru-burei iu inuuij Vllfor al.a
!...., i....i,i. i....-..:.... tJ j. '
i .i i... . .. . i : .... . , ...
f-Vza.
pi-.u, iiia i.iuiviiiuni su uu ma iiu.ii voiiurai uu
''V'll "ili y. or from weA.nes. ofa'aingleWn, will
a i uui iiii.nv.iiniu aim pfjriji,uuiiil fciiei ur vue
: .... , ,i. viiv;.. c.., i i.:r. '
Price, f i per buii.e or three bottles for 15
snd furwaldedby Express, on receipt of mou
ey, to any address.
Bold in McAHlmr st 8. 7. Dodges Drug
Bior, sua oy an urnggis.a every wuere.
Dr. W.K. MiCRWIN A Co.
Bole Proprietors.
e. a. lmmoN,
Attorney at Law aud
GENERAL CLAIM AGENT.
Mc.rlhu Ohio.
Being licensed by the TJ. 8., for the purpose
I will attend io the prosecution and collection
of every dairiptioii of elaims againat the
United States, and State of Ohio, Includiug tbe
atorgao rata claims.
llonutlesnud Arrenrages ofPny
Hrncnredi.
PENSIONS for wonnded and disabled id
diers and seamen, and for the hairs of soldiers
snd teamen who have died snd bean killed
the service. I would say to my friends, that
I will attend promplli to the basinsaa and
on modarsta terms.
Jens H.blSti.
c
l
(fi
3
U.S.7-S0 I OAK .
TLefecrMary eftla Ti.,ry fH eotU
tHt sabnrrlptlooa will t nctrred for Cnpo
Tratry Kotea fayahls three lears from Ana
15th, 1S4, with Mul annual Intaraat at tba
t ate of aeven and three-tenths for oeut par nn
o m1-rfiml.e and inlartaV both to be paid U
lawful mosey.
Theae uotea wilt h convertible at tha cctLw
of tbe holder at watarily, into Ixtr cent. gol4
bearinv bonda, payable not tutu than fivaoor
more tliau twenty yeara from da'e, a tL Gov-
arnment may elect. They will be lmaei Iu d
DomrnAtlons 50.. 1 100. 1500. l.CW MndS.lK.
and all bubhorlptionn mitat be for fifty dollars M
some nnltll of fifty da(Jara.
U ho notes will be tranKmltted te tbe wnrrt
free of tranaportatloa cbargaa sa aoon after lb
receipt of tho origiuial Certificates ofDopoois
aatheycmibe juepared.
A a tha note draw Interest from Augt ttlS'.b
nerOfm making deponita aubaequuut to tua
date mot pay the Interaat aocriMt trout dalae
note to dute of dapui.it.
Parnea depoaliinn twenty-Bve tbouaaod dol
lar aud upwards for thM outet at any ona tiro
a ill be allowed a oonuoirsioa of one-qanrter of
one pcrcou;., which willbe paid by tha Treas
ury iepartmeni upon tla roceipt f bill for
the amount, cm tified to by tbe officer with whom
the deposit was made.' No deduction lor com
inliioiismutbeinade frvm the depeat's.
SPFCIAL ADVANTAGES OF THIS
LOAN.
It ii a National Sat.k Banc, ofiurlaf
hilier ruto ol'inturcse than any other, and the
snerstcoHiif. Any auvirig bnk which pay
its dopobiloik in U.S. N.,tos, eonaidaia that It
h paying iu the beat circulmiug medium of the
con airy, and It caunot pay iu anything batter,
for itaownaaaetaare either iu goteramoui pa
por. It is equally cuuvunienl ut tamprary m
permauunt iuvoitment. The nate can alwi.;w
beaoldlor within a fraction of their fuceai.j
accniniilutcl iutoroat, and aru the besleacurlt
with bauks aa co luterala fur diacoums.
Convertible into a Sit per cout.
GolJ Gind. '
In addition to the very libera interest oa the
notes lortnree years, thi nri ofcauver1
o ia now worth about throe ptrcent. percont
per annum, for the currant ra fur 1-ui. Con.
ia tot 1hs than MiNirau i-int, rajtmcil.au c
foro the war the premium on nix pirooiitU.
tooka waa over twenty pr ocol. It will be'
Koonthatthe actual profit on tha loan, mtfce
'"""".""I ia "ot, sa .uau
luu j ar cvul. ft
annum.
Its aeinptiou front Stnts or .Munlelp
a itaitiiuu.
Butanide from all lie advantaa-ca mU
ciiunioruicd, a special Act of Cotigrexe exempts
ait aono ana treasury notua from hicul tsxa-
lion. On the average, exemption ie worts
about two percent, per annum, ancording to tbe
rate of taxation in various port of tlio country,
it is belmved that no aocurtliea olffer ao great
inducements to lenders as thee iifued hj the
government. In all other forma of ideuied-
nees, the faith or ubilitv of privae Partial, o.
a'oclt companiea, or aepurate eonm.uuiliea, one
ly, is picie.l tor payment, while tha whole
pionerty of the couiitrv is held to secure tbr
dihoiiarge ofall the obligations of the L'tiitii
oiateH.
While the eoveroment offara (he moat liberal
teriiin for it loans, it believe that the very
strongest appeal will bo to the loyalty njp
iri.i.itiin ui wie pcopiij,
Uupli'-uie oertirkatea -v i 11 bo Issued for all
depohits The party dopositing must enilnr
upon the original cortllU-ate the denomination
ol uotca r, quired, and whether they are to be
issuod in bank or payable to order. When so
euduri-eil it must be left with tho olHcer receiv
ing the deposit, to be fotwardud to tt.o Tr. asury
Ueparlment
buadCEirTioNSwiLLSB REcittviii by thaTrree
surer of the United States, ut VVushi'igtnn on
nuvi-ral Assistant Treasurer and dusijusted Po
positunVa, and by the
t'iihl Nuiiomil B mk of CiimlnoaC
and by all National Hanks whiubars depuai-
arics of pnhlie money, and
ALL KfcSi'ECTAULK B AKKi' AND CllhS-
thrntigh'iut thecounkv will give fnrtherinfor
million and
AFFOltDEVEKY FACILITY TO 6CUSCJH
BEKS. SHERIFF SALE
St'nt'tf of Ofiio, Vinton Ccmiiy.
Alanson Kobbina etal I'ltffa.l In Court of
against V Common Plate
Bengamiu Dill et si leftt-J On Exocution
BY virtue of m Execution t, me directs
from the t-'ourt of (.'oininou Pleas, ot'Vinlos
C'.nnty Ohio, 1 will olfer for sals at the Hum
den Foundcry in the to u of llamden Clinton
Township, on
T.iuetduy the lh day of StpLmjer I 184
Between the hours of ten o'clook, A. M . and
four o'ch ok. 1. M., of said day, the following
roperty, to-wit : One Portable Saw Mill and
'inures.
Taken as tie proporty of Bengamin Dill te
satisfy a judgement In favor of Alansoa Bob
bins and Mary E. Kobbina.
IKMo OF tSALK cash in hand.
ARC1L NOKUIS.Rhff. Y. Co. f.
Aug. 25th 64 dw Wat. Oold Deputy.
SHERIFF'S SALE. .
StaU of Ohio. Vinton County.
Alanson Bobbins 4 Wife P1UM In Cenrt sf
against J Common Pleae
Bengamin Dill. Deft., Order of aale
PUKBTJANT to the command of an ardar t
rale in the above cause to me directed
the Court nf Common Pleas, uf the aforesaid
County of Vinton, 1 will offer at publio aals, at
the door or tne oourt ltouse, in the tom
of MoArthur.in aforesaid County of Vinton, oa
fiawrday the lOw day of September 1864
Between the hours often o'clook A. M., and
four o'clock, P. 11., of said day, the following
property,to-wiu In lot, uumbar sixty nine (69)
auu in-lot number aevonty,( 70,) in Dills addi
tion to the Town of Usmduu.
Taken as the property of Bengamin Dill t
satisfy a jadginont fa favor of Alanson Bobbins
and Mary K Kobbina his wife.
Appraised as follows : Iu-lot number sixty
nine a((tl2W),) and in-lot number seventy,
(TO,) at (360,) aud must bring two-thirds or
that snm
TEBMS of sste. cash In hand.
ARCH. KOKRIS. ghft. V, Co. 0.
Ang. 11,-44-SW By Ws. Gold Deputy.
NOTICE.
Samuel V.JDodge, surviving Administrator ef
tha Estate of James Dodge, late of Vintoa coun
ty, Ohio deceased, baa filed bis scoouoteand
vouchers for inspection and partial sattjemeat
and that said accounts will be for hear in a
the 8td day of September 1884.
atUllAtil) CBAIG,
Aug. ll,-64-3w . Probate Judge.
SEND YOUR ORDERS E ARLT,'
Balls Oliio Mower

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