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tell in futnre, es in the past, with m
tire devotion to the great principles
wbicu he at the foundation of our
r,GovruuwuU-the right of the States
nod the liberties of the people, ia the
future, m is the past he would be
laithful to the great piinciples of De
mocracy, and strong in their cause
with the hearts of millions of freemen.
"With them they would again build
tip the shattered fragments of the
Union and hand it down to the next
generation aa it was recoived from
the last., -
X)a motion a cominittoo of one from
aoli State was apoointod to inform
the candidates of their nomination
and request their accept mo thereof.
On motion it wna resolved that one
person for each State to bo selected
by delegates thereof, be appointed
to form the National Executive) Com
On motion it wt9 resolved that
100,000 copies of the proceed inga of
the Convention be printed.
Mr. Tildeu moved that the eanie
ratio of representation which prevail
ed this convention be the ratio of the
ooxt convection. Adopted.
On motion it was Kesolved, that
the Democracy of the country bo re
quested to meet in different cities and
hold mass ratification meetings on
the 1 7th of September, the anniver
sary of the adoption of the Federal
A vote of thanks to the officers ol
the Convention was adopted with
nine cheers for tho ticket.-
The Convention adjourned subject
to the call of the .National vJcmtuittee
The Lincoln'papers explain therea
on why ton (hyo fui tlinr grace i f
given the pooplo on tho draft, by tho
statement that tho IVsideot mado a
mistake. Tlio Conscription Law
provided tiiat sixty davs notice
should bo given, but Old Abo mis
took it for fifty. Ho cevor diecov
ered his error until the fifty days was
aoout expiring. Lincoln very often
mistakes not only tin law s of Con
rees, but tho Constitution.
General Joe Hooker.
This distinguished officer, the hero
of Lookont Mountain, and lately a
great favorito of Lincoln Administra
tion, is out for McCIellan for Presi
dent. The MeClellau procession cal
led upon the General in Watertown,
New Jersey, where he is now staying
Jt was after tho closo of the ratifica
Lincoln's War upon Women.
Jn the National Convention, the
venerable Governor Wickliffu, of
"lie knew of a case in which thirty-five
women of tho highest charac
ter bad been dragged from their homes
in his State and imprisoned, and the
newspapers were forbidden to publish
the fact to the people of tho United
States. But, he, here, at the risk ol
arreBt, published the facts, aud de
nounced tho tyranny that accomplish
ed it as the most vile under the euu."
Is it possiblo that any man will
support an administration that is
guilty of such atrocitios?
It is understood to bo the intention
o Lincoln, in case lie is ro elected in
November, to iesuo aiiothor call for a
draft of 500,000 men, which will be
vigorously enforced. All who do not
want to Jo faced into the army
against their consent, and htvo their
lives Bacnfleo q, vi!l vote against
Lincoln is discouraging enlistments
by refusing to exchange prisoucrs.
There axe 40,000 Union soldiers in
tho Southern prisons, but Lincoln is
willing they shall remain thore for
ever. They have 6ent a piteous ap
peal to him for their exchange, but
lis stony heart refuses their request.
Tho friends ?.nd relatives ot these sol
dier know that thoro is no hope of
thoir ever being restored to them tin
Jess Lincoln is b.-atun and MeClellau
ia elected. The lattor would imme
diately order'a general exchange.
.General lioburt Anderson af Fort
.Bumter celebrity, is a warm and en
thusiastic friend of General McCIellan
or tho Presidency.
Under the Lincoln dynasty, negro
soldiers search all white - gentleman
and ladies who cross from Cincinnati
into Kentucky over the ferries. To
this degradation American citizens
fire obliged .to submit
Peittsviixb Meeting. Want of
room provented us last week from
mentioning this meeting. The day
was wet aid disagreeable, notwith
standing s.aperal hundred persons
were in atraodencer, and at ono o'clock
Mr. Snivel commenced and deliver
ed ft very able speech and was follow
ed by ourself, when the meeting ad
journed in best of feeling and deter
mination in eyery man to do bis doty
jn th9 SOffliSaujpa:gn.
. A. BltATTO.t, i t t' EDITOR
WHITS MttS 831M. ECLB AMERICA,
Scpl. 8, 1861
SPEAK AT HAMDEN,
On Wednesday, September
all 11 o'clock A. M.
This is the only time during tho
campaign that ho will bu able to
speak in this section of the State.
Make your arrangements, therefore,
to give Lira a tremendous meeting.
I'y order of tho
State Central Committee.
GEN. GEO, 13. McCLELLAN.
Of New Jersey.
FOR VICK-PREtlDEKT. ' '
GEO. II. PENDLETON.
Democratic .Stale ticket.
FOB SECRETARY OF STATE,
WILLIAM V. ARMSTRONG,
01 Seneca Count.
(For Full Term,)
PII1LADELPH VAN TRUMP,
Of Fairfield Cuunty.
(to pill vacancies.)
MA CHI AS C.WHITELEY,
Of Hancock County.
ALEXANDER S. 1JOYS,
Of Highland County.
LYMAM r. critchfield,
Of Holme County.
COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY,
WILLIAM S. V, PREMISS,
Of Franklin County.
ALEXANDER S. RAMSEY,
BOAQD OP PUBLIC WOKKt,
Of Ashlintl County,
Of Aiigiaixe County.
17o this week inscribe on our ban
uer tho names of McUlellan and Pen.
dleton, as tho standard bearers of
Democracy for President and Vice
President. With this announcement
how many men, will exclaims
Behold how brightly dawns the
morn." of our political rogencr.it ion ,
indeud all mint soj in tho olecti m ol
lis Ticket, tho l-rcaking of tho morn-
I . A . I
idit ol our rutin ii vt on
sti'tu tional law and order throughout
thelencth atd breatli of our land.
So North, no South, under tho Con
stitution, but a sacreu maititainan.e o:
that inutrumen t.
In the language ol Gee. McCIellan,
wo will most leadly restore the Union
"bv rdiizionsly respecting the consii-
tional rights of all." That's tho
Doctrine. Where is ttm Democrat
that asks for more? Is it riot the full
enforcement and obseryenso of tho
constitution and laws, that wj are
contending for, both north and bonth,
Three cheer for McCIellan and v en
dlelon, and l eace and Union.
Southern Ohio Aroused
On the 5th, inst. a largo mass mee
ting of the Democracy met at McAr
thur Vinton County Ohio, on a call
to reBDond to the nomination of
MnCIellan and Pendleton. It was ad
drpRsed by Hon. W. A. utchin3 of
Scioto Co,, and 7on. A. Mayo of
Butler County. Tho crowd was va
riously estimated at, from 5000 to
8000 people, a large proportion of
conservative men ot the bell, and
Everett Bupporton and of conserva
live Republicans, those who are not
yet abolitionizod and are not yet pre
pared for Equality ot the Whitd and
Black races, Mr, utchins explain
ed his course in Congress very satis
factory and showed up the unconstita
tional oppressive and tyranical acts of
the last congress, cordially endorsed
the platform and nominees of the
viiicugo v,onvenyn. yion.yiwayo
wan introduced f;
3 he dJp7
spell bout for I -R ,';'rC '
ter cheer followii t'! f vxi
home thrusts &rffJK .
iisurpaticns. it Viv'-xfMS-
. . ., .-rvVirJr...
IL-UJUl II UIBLTILHJUIl
.r... ... ivuiuuv
oftho peotle or tfc, Ti.quetit, top
logical and patriotic speech of
!, n.. ll ..... I :..ill ...... .1
of Butler Co. We never heard as
much universal endorsement of a
speech in our life, lt tho clo6e of
Mr. Mayo speech E, A. BrMon offer
ed and read tlio Tlatform made at
Chicago, which was received with
unanimous clicer and ratified, when
tho meeting adjourned checiiug for
JcCIellao and Fendloton. Perfect
quiet and good order prevailed.
Portsmouth Ohio, September 7th.
Hon. A. Mayo of Butler ,J3f
uuiug announced, a tretnonaous tue
ing of tho people, gathered at tho
Lower Mnrkotllouso in Porlsmouth
where after the metting wa3 organi
zed. Maj. Myo delivered a telling
speech of ono and a half hours, whicl,
was mobt enthusiastically received.
When Col. O. F. Moore formerly a
member of Congress on tho Opposi
tion Ticket, and who has faithfnlly
served as Colonel of the 33rd O. V- I.
delivered a patriotic and crgumeiita-
tive speech, in which be Lan:led
home strcut corner critics of Gen.
McClellan's generalship without
gloves. JJo heartily endorsed tho
nomination of McCIellan and Pendle
ton nud the l'latlorm called upon his
former associates to rally aud fcavo the
country, and eloquently appealed to
tbo supporters of Clay and Webster
to abondou tho fanatics by whom
they have been deceived, and who
have porvorted the war and distroyed
all hopes of every true patriot in the
and. 1 tie Colonel s appeal to the
people without regard to party were
effectual, and numbers of republi
cans gave their hearty endorsements
to tho truth of Co!. Moore's position.
We sincerely hope for a speedy return,
of the Colonels health; The meeting
adjourned at a lato hour, in harmony
and cheering for McCIellan aud Pen
dleton. A largo pole was raised
Hinidftt tlib buzas, tniiRif nnJ booming
of cannon, on Water St. and a fine
flair waves upon it. oa thi .banks of
tho Ohio. May it wave till
victory crown our efforts. Thus has
the 11th Congressional District star
ted t'10 Campaign. About tho first
in the State.
Vinton County Ratification
and Mass democratic Meeting.
ThoDeirociacy and other conservative
citizens of Vinton County, aBsembledi
at McArthur, Monday tho 5th, by
thousands, and at 'one o'clock tho
meeting was called to erder by ap
pointing Maj. . A. Bratton chair
man, Richard Craig secretary, whero
upon tho chairtn.HU announced to the
audience tho object of the meeting,
gave reasonble cxcu6cb for the absence
of tho lion. C. L. Va'landingham,
aud made 6omo remarks relative to
the nominations ol Gen. George B.
McCIellan, which was very appropri
ate and quite lengthy after which the
Hon. W. A. IJutthius was introduced
and delivered and interesting dis
course upon tho war quiBtion, and
con gree6ional fanaticism following
him tho rlou. A. Mayo, of Butler Co.
delivered uu c.oqutut and putriolio ad
dress, ('.enouncing honest 0!d 16ci
usurpation proclamations, conlisca-
tiona, Arc. (which was received with
ouJ and continued cheers,) and en
couraging tho people not to ueepair,
that there was a possibility of yet ro
storing tho Unioi, in case we elect
M'C'iclltiu, and Pendleton, tiolees
Abraham Lincoln has put it beyend
thu power of tho people, by war and
sectional hatred. One icmarkable
fact was, tLat there was a 6piiit of
law and order pervading the minds
the entire assembly, which was
manifest by the conduct of every 'one
present, numbering over 5000. At
early candlo lighting Mr. Mayo made
an able speech to a large audience of
Ladies and gentlemen in tho court
room, upon State rights and Stste
Sovereignty, clearly stting forth by
authority and logical conclusions,
that Congress has no authority to leg
ate laws, or prescribe rules for con
titutioni for State government," but
that the peoplo of the States are the
sovereigns and not the chief magis
trate, while the chief vituperoues wero
quaking and cursing, lest their fat of
ticeB aud private plonderings will
come to light. August, 8th, 18C4.
R. CRAIG Secretary.
Democratic County Covention.
The Judges of tho Primary elcc
ion for Vinton County, meet in con
ention, at McArthur on tho 5th. ints.
1 10 dc'clock A.M. and was railed
i order by A. J. Swain charmao of
tie Central Committee, aud organ
ied by appointing Jobbt Collins
Jresident, and JJkney Rovnolda
J'c'y. . On a call of tin Townships,
following gentlemenn returned
tj books and took their seats. Elk,
W". Blacknan, A. Bnrley, D
raotz: Swan, 1. Specht, S. Albin',
. raiKner: jacuson, m Atlo.
b Ank:am, W. W. McManus:
and. E. ' Huston. J.
(oiling. 11. Buchanan. Ea.rlo. J. V
Yilkinsoo, S. U. Uayues, W.
B-ances; Harrison, L; Wineganer,
Vt. Clark, II. Arganbright: CHnton,
GCraig, Ih Ilofflnnoe; G. Lloffbines,
Vnton.S.Bloer, J. Teirce, D.Bowen
Madison, HJ R. Demia. .1. Z
Esom, D. J'iuney; Brown, J. Keo-
tot, P. Laftis, S. T. Weed
W. Ii. Black, L. Barton, II.
When on motion the
roeeeded to cout out
ich wero a& follows;
Henry 0. Mooro
Geo. R, Bell
Forerun ns Mnj.
o'm J . Shockoy
J Win Gold
! For Commissioner.
I Morris Albaugh
) J, Wilkinson
! For Coroner,
J. T. Black
S, C, Case
The following nentloman were au
pointed tlio Central Committee for
tho ensuing yoar.
A. J. Swain. R. Cras. S. C. Case.
Joseph Bobo, E. Huston.
lho following ueiitlemcn were an-
pointed delegates to the Convention
at Portsmouth September, 7, 18C4.
b. A. flraltM:; A . u. Swnii;;A. W.
Clark. S, . C Case, A. N. Cozad
Geo. Lantz; A. J. Martindill; 11.
13 II :U. .. T . T.
pv liuiuiiion, v. roreman, n. h.
"M our j. L. U. Atwuod. KtLMihen
Darhy, E U. Huston and James Jolly
Ou motion Convention adjourned.
H. Reynolds Secretary.
John Collins President.
Indepedent Candidate for Congress
CAMP IN THE FIELD,
CAMP IN THE FIELD, CEDAR CREEK SHENANDOAH VALLEY, VA.
August 15th, 1864.
To the People of the 11th Co.icressun
al District of Ohio ;
'e.tlie umlersigneil, in tlienrmv
of (he United Stiit-. tcoiilf nts of the (1 1th)
Congiessioiial District of Ohio, hereby an
nounce n n i nominate as our cuinlidite to
repraient th" aforesnid District in the Con-
., ,f , 1 tt -. 1 . . . i
gress of the United States, subject to the
LVlll lit lha nnimli n ,1,.
- ... w. "
).i t r. rn,,,'.',.
CO T S fe' qS n .BEA,N
CO VrbS.of the 9lst Ohio Volunteer In-
n . 1.1 ..
Ul. Coatu is too n-ellWn (
uen, to i renune any recoin.nendat.o.i fr .m
u. We know him as an ukcorditiohal;
Uhion soldier, and as such, we cheerfully
reiommeiid him to our patriotic friends at
nome, believing that sound imminent, brav-
err ana patriotism cutubiiird . cannot fail to
make hnn the very man all lovers of Liber-
desire as a representaiiv in Congress-
one who will faithfully and honesllv renre
sent the will of the people, an d protect the
interests of our soldiers in the field.
Cspt. JAS. CRAWFORD, 9lst 0. V: I,
1st Lieut, vv J) 15UK3AGE, "
" U.N. II ALL., "
" " S P, 3ALDRIDGE,"
" " J. R. BTROUP, " "
Lieut . Cl. J. L. VAISCE, 4th Va. V. I.
Maj. L. Z. CADOT, 91th 0. V. I
Ass t Sure. W. S. NEWTON, "
Co'4.S. F. NEAL, 0
1st Lieut J W W1LLMMS "
" J. XV. DALE. 4th Va. V.' I
21 ' J. A. HAMILTON, 9lst O. V.- I
'J.M.HODGE, 4ihVa. V. 1.
CapL L A. ATKINSON. Slat 0 VI
Surg G. 11. WARWICK. ;9UtO V.I
" JOHN KAPS
A. D. Crobsland, a.a.q. m. 21 Brig,
1st. Lieut. A.F. Kbndall, OlatO.V.I
Adj't J U.D. Findley, "
AilJ.Q.M. N.R. Wahwick, "
Adj't i'. jV. DAVY,
Licnt. Ool. W.1I. Enochs, 5th Va V J
John Alorria, i&nrgQon-in-Uuiei . 2'1
Brig. 2 J Division.
Dapt. J. 13. Bazell, 5th Va. V. I.
tyntplain Jo6eph Little,
Lieut T.W. Rose, 91st 0. V. I
Sam. McCulloafjh 5th Va. V.
" John M. Ulaj, "
11 J. W. Johnson, 9th Va. V
W. Shelling, 5th Va V. I.
" T. K. Coles, 9 1st 0. V. I
W. A. Belcher,
II. 0. Duncan, I th Va. V. I.
August 15th, 1864. SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT.
Of tlie conditio n of the Trciiry of Vinton coonty with too uiwuiit of 1ul4i
POM on bind, for t ho holf jtntviitg 6eteruber 5tb Hti.
Ealtnc Connty Toed
u 41 Biido... .... .... .... w. .
Volnnteor Eellof 4.
" . ' Mlliury Fut..
" " School and Si'liool Hoa.... l u
" Towoihiptnd TowncLtp 1'oor u
" " Intercut on Section '
U II 11 n
" Poor Firm
" " Aliliurj Commutation 1
S74 M I
434 T 4
ISi 89 O
661 OO O
IS t! t
90 68 8
19 H 1
VT63 H 4
H7II 30 0
August 15th, 1864. SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT. A, N COZAD, Auditor V. Co. O.
HENRY REYNOLDS, Treasurer, Sept. 8th, 1864.
Special DUlic t
SOI.DIEBS' no ME.
Cinoimkati, iuue 4, 18J3
My Dkau Shi : I am dl.tpenxinz necnnj In
eke of your Stomach Bitters emonif tho largo
uiuber ul iium wno am ly orrivo at tins Inaniti
on for refroHumont and rest. Tho univoraal
tetimuuy ia that theso Bittora aro tho bo.tt
mn.lH. For tho vnriouM nuicmur complaints
which affliot ao many, I know of no roino ly so
sf'o an 0) ao suio. Plutarch taya, "To ask a phy
b'iihuii wnat is oisy and what ia hard ofdiiruxlioil
sad wliut will agico with tho atomech U about
as aenai li aa to ak what ia ewact or bitter, or
sour." Persons who look out for breakers and
have yonr Stomach Bitters ia the house Inn
are will never ask any ono tho foolish quostiou
pokon ofby th great philosphor. 1 must nut
emnsa word or two for your Catawba Brand .
have many men here who have brandy prye
scribed fr them by distinguished Army 8ur-
fion. J lie euect oryours on such are beneficial
fur male so thun from any proviously taken.
Persons who-lesire a roully puro Brandy cannot
fail in their purchase if they get your bran 1.
1 am, Doctor, with much respoct
O.W.D. Andrew, Superintendent
JST" Ocico mid inanufuetory, Nos. 5R, 58, B0,
and 62 East Third ttreu. i'er tule everywhere
ov. 0111 looj, ait. mo.
CONFESSIONS AND EXPEKIEN'OE
Ot AN INVALID.
"rubl'iKhed for tho benefit, and as a CAU
TION TO YOUNtf MKN and others, who suf
fer from Neivous Dobility, Prcmatuie Decay
of Manhood, ifeo., supplying at tho same time
Tin Means or bsLr (Ji'hk. Byune who has
quied UHiipelf alter undergoing considerable
euakery. By ecclosipg a postpaid addressed
envelope single copies muy bo had of the au
KATII1MEL MAYFA1B, Kiqr
Broonlyn, Kings Co. N. Y.
A k'EMEUY i'OA' I'lLlCS.-ltis u blessing la
Hit tuuenug to Know that wo nave an otlootar.
cure for this truly troublesomo decetse. 11.. J
P. liuinrde, of 164 Second St. Cincinnati. C.
ta'ics groat plcarure in informing all who are
smion 11 k wiin piles tnai ne used a Bmall quan
tity of i)t. Strickland's Pile Kemedy, ond it ef
feolod M101 mnnent enro. Tl is Ktnm to ho th
case with ull who muke use of this nlendid pre
puriition. It is manufactured at No. G East
Fourth Street, Cincinnati, U, aadsold by all
A SUPERIOR REMEDyT-Wocanconfcion-tiously
recommond to those Buffering from a
distressing caugh,, Dr. St'icklaml's Mellifluous
Cough Balsam. It gives relioralmost instant
aneous, and is wiihul not disagrecaMo to the
taste. There is no doubt but the Mellifluous
Balsam is ono of tho best preparations In nso
aud is all that its piopricjor claims lor it. We
have tried it duriig the past week, and found
relief from a most distressing cough. It t. pre
pared by Dr. Strickland, No. 8 East Fourth
street, Cincinnati!, 0., and for sale by Drug
pmt nt so omits per buttle.
Uibl'hl'ttlA NhUVOUSNtSS, AM) DR.
BiLIl Y. DR. STBICKLAND'S TON1(J.-Wo
can jec.iiuiiii na timse suir.-ring with Loss of
Appuiuo, inaigestion. or Dyspepsia, NorvonsS
""" ii'iu irvout ueoiiity, to use Strickland's
louie. ltisa vegetable proparaf .11, free
Irom alcoholic liquors; it strengthens tho
wuoio norvous syatem J it creates a good aone-
titu, aad is varrauted to cure Dyspepsia and
For sale by Drnggiats generally at fl por bot
tle. Prepared by Dr. A. Strickland, No. 6
East Fourth street Cincinnati. Ohio.
Inly 14 H4-1yr.
1. 1DARRHCEA ND DYSENTERY
We have examined a great number o
others from somti of the most Drominrii
I citizen of Cincinnati and Covington, etc.,
1, t tn kA !.!..! . . . ri CI. . 1
cpeunuig 111 uic iiigoesi lerms 01 ut. OHICK-
i',.,, A,.ti.r.h,.iw, m !..., r, ,u. ...... .1
" ." r" "I
diarrhoja and disnterv. Th leth.rs
uiui uiecu oiiti uiarnmry. e e tiers are
to lonS to publish. Mr. Woods, of Cov!
nigtonTsuya he was pronounced incurable
fur the bet doctors ir. Cincinnati, and one
iontleofDr Strickland's Anti-Cholera MU-
iUre elTecied p.-rmauent cure after suffer.
i:lg hr mmba with the wor8t form of diar.
rllQ , ,, dysentery,
All,)lher -avg w dischar8P(l from the
,0S)ilal for 8 monlhs as incurable, and as a
iast resulirco tried Strickland's Auti-Chnle-ty
ri Mixtjre he Rot we,, directIy and h nmv
enleied the army agiiin in good health
One man write he rns cureii seven or eight
very bad cases of diarrhoea and djsenters in
the barracks he was in with one bottle of
this valuable medicine. In fact we could
till hilf our paper with similar items from
these letters. Why does not our Govern
ment secure this valuuble preparttion.--Our
army ought to be supplied with it. It
i but a shoit time since olie of our men
laid in a very low condition at one of our
Cincinnati Ilosjiitnls, li is wife was sent for,
the decors considered his an hopeless case.
She, however, Rave him Strickland's Auti-
Cholera Mixture, and in three weeks he was
abla to return home with his wife to New
Richmond, O. Ail these cases right at
home speak for themselves. We hops nil
the soldiers will puts bottle of it in their
knapsacks, it may save them or some of
their comrades. It is for cale by Druggists
at 50 cents per bottle.
l orn, .
Molaf see, IT. 0.
Taato M. Long Guardian ef tbe parsons
Estate of Hoi vat ta Frazee,baa filed bis account
and Touchers Tor inspection and partial Mttle
meni , and that auid accounts will be for hear
inf oa th Ird day of September 11(4.
Aif . 11, 14 Frobit Jidfe.
SHERIFFS OFFICE, i
VlKTOH CoBNTT, 0., Sep, ilb 1864. f
To the Qualified Elector t of Vinton Co. O.
You aro hereby notified to meet at the oiuel
place of holding Elections in the eevural Town
ehipa in wiid Cowty , for State, Uis'.ric and
County Olh'cers; aud tlie Company quartora of
tlio Cummiindont of eaoli Company ofVolun
teora, in tlio actual Military Borvice of tha
State or Uuitod Statef.r at t !oh liino and plac
aadoslttimted by the 2nd section of the Statuta
in suulicneo roadeaod provided fur Ohio Vol
uuteers to vote, paired April 13th 1803, on
TUESDAY OCTOBER llth 186.
and prooood to oloot. tbo following olEocra.
One SeterUry of State, for tho State of Ohio,
Ono Judge of Suaraina Court, for full term.
OneJudtra of6ujirama Court, for (he lono;
Oae Juilgeoftho Supreme Court, fgr tho
One Attorney Oonoral.
One Comptroller of the Treasury.
Ouu School Cimmibsiuiier.
Ono Mcmuei tf the Board of. 1'ublio worka,
fjr full term.
One Member of the Board of 1'ublio works,
Ouu Member of Congress, forth llth Con
gressional District, of Oldo.
Ono Auditor for Vinton County.
Ono Treasurer, for Vinton County.
One SheriU for Vinion County.
Ono Cuinmisaiunor for intoti county.
Ono Surveyor for Vinton county.
One Coroui.r for Via ton county.
Ono Land Apprauor for ouch Township In
CtEUKS OlflCI VlNTOK CoCNTT, OniO.
To tiik SuKiurr or said coikty.
In aeerodaneoith tho law making ittha
du'yoftho Clerkaofthe Courts of Common.
Pleas of tlio several oonntio in thia State ro
pro.seat to thoir renpoctive SlierilT'a on tho
Fintt Monday of September ofeaoh year a
tatomont of the number of Juror to be He
locttd by tho Trustees of the novern.1 Township
for each year, I hereby certify that the amU.
placed onpoaaite each Ji'wnahip, isthenum
borforthe year commencing in 13tl4, for eaid
County and State.
Wilkes il' 10 1 Swan 10
Mudiiiori 6 I Km S
Jueanon, 10 Richland, 14
Clinton, 10 ik, 20
Wltneaamy hand and Heal of office thin 5lh
duy of bepu-mber A. 1). 1964
SAMUEL L. WILSON. Clerk.
Oivon under my hand at my Odlce McAr
thur Vinton county. Ohio. th 5tb ilr of a..n- '
ARCH. SO KRIS, Sh'ffV.Co.O,
Sept. 8th 18C4-6w Wm. Goio Dupty.
SALE OF UEAL ESTATE.
BY ORDER l)F PROBATE COURT.
The State of Ohio, Vinton County.
ON tho 13th, day of October A. 1)., mi, at
14 oclocl M. will be sold on the premesee,
in Knox Jowin-hip, Vinton County Ohio, to tho
lngbe.it bidJor, the following real estates tho
property! of'tho estatt ofDaniua Ferrol, late of
aid Vinton county decoasod, to-wit: Begin
ning, at the North Knat corner ofSecllon No 84,
( 'flirty-four) in Township Ten, Ranee fifteen
is tho Ohio Company's purchase, thonco IT
chains 12 links to tlio south eaat corner of
la ida deeded to David Cauny; thouce North
thirteen ond a halt-deg. Went ten chains thirty,
even llnka; thaice aeuth tares chains and
seventy-four links; thence south forty throo and
three-fourth deg. West twenty-two chains, ten
linkr; thence to the south line of section num
ber thirty five, (35,) thonoe west one chain fif.
ty linki; thence seventeen deg , west six chain
thirty links; thonca south fifty-six dejr.- thirty
seven chains to tbo line running through the'
center of section number thirty -lour, (84,)
thence east twenty-throe chains soventy-flva
links to tho second corner on tho oast fine of
said section; thonca north forty-throe chains to
tha place of beginning, containing one hundred
and forty-oneand threo-teuths acres, said land
being ailuuted in sections number thlrtv.fanr
(84,) and thirty-five, (35,) suliject however to
ine uower tstate assigned to tha said Kojecoa
Kerrcl widow of said Darrius Kerral. nn th isth
day Juno, A. D., 1364, in said premiaes, boun
ded aud described as lollows, to-wit: Begin
ning at t no noun vest cornor of said lands in
said order described, thence south tlirnn c1i.It,
and sevonty-four (74)liukx; thonco south fory-
uireo ana tures-iourtns, aeg. i wost along tho
road lour tods paft a Walnut tree ut th? end of
(icorfro li. Boll'a lunc; thenoo a little south of
east to an apples tree across the road by the o!d
cabin; thence straight forwurd in tlie tamo di
rection to the section line; thenco north to la.ida
deodod to Duvid Canny; thenco to tbo
placo of beginning. Also tho frutv offtwo row
and two trees off the north end the third row of
tho apple tress on the east sido of the orchard
on the lands abova doseribod. Said premises
are appraiied, subject to said Dower Estate at
Tsnni 0j Balk. One third cash in bajid.
one third iu six months and the remaining third
in twelve month?, with interest on deferred
payment at six ocrcent from day of sale.
D.S. DANA, AU'y JOSHUA WVOD,
for adm'r adiniuixtralor of the es-
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