n JoU tlio airouut of which will bu
twicu the va'aj of u!l tlio taxable
jjrt'perty tha nation coutains. It will
' bring over a million fre?men to a
Uoudy Hid. It will cntuo tiippln
auJ vid)MS an.l orhh'n to Stcium
ko uumurom, ftuJ cii'iiv violence
at.d tlluoJ and niimiry will incrciwe
tj juch an exrvnt. au.l your tyranny
will have to bucomo no tiret't iu car
rying out the policy that you have
adopt I'd in order to keep down tin
discoutetitod m:J wounded Pp'firs lliut
yoor course will canso 10 r ao up to
tlo'y you, that impartial history, iu at
tt-stin tlio gootinee, and severity ol
God, will write yon down the great
est tyrant 1 &t ever lived.
Pat this is an episode though one
towhicli you iiavo invited itw by call
injj my. attention to your lettor.
To return to the immediate eu! j-ct
of this answer, it' you aro nut will
ing to release tuo without a pleJgo,
then 1 afik that you will turn me ovor
to the civil antborititB, in whose
hands I can have a lair and iui partial
trial by a jury, meet my accuseio face
to lace", and icctive the beimliit ol
the law. lfyoti will hot do thia. sen '
the commission that you promised ini
mediately, bo that I may have the
thing over. 1 dosire to Commcuce
We, the Union man of Kentucky
claim constitutional right, alike in
time of war and iu time of peace, the
freedom of speech, the iieedom of
the press, and the freedom of election,
and we claim that the freedom ol
apeech and the Ireedom of the pries
extend to the unrestricted discussion
of the moiitj and demerits of every
candidate for oflico, yourself among
the restto the criticism of our
whole course, conduct and policy. Ihe
policy of eiilntin slaves not except
J. You must unJfgo the 6timu t.:ts
that are applied to othor candidates
If not our system ot free government
is a mockery.
Oovornor Brainletto has issued tin
procluuiiitiou iu relatiou to elections
that you desired. Will you now is
sue the one you proiu'sed Mr. Hard
ing and myself, assuring the ptople
of Kentucky of a free election?
Hoping, "Mr. President, that peace
may be speedily established upon the
basis of our glorious Union, and that
tbo Constitution of our lathers, sur
viving the wounds that you have giv
en it, tuav become an immortal iustru
tnsDt, living in the minds and hearts
of a great and freo jcople for all ages
to come, I am, sir, your most obedi
WATCHWORD FOR PATRIOTS.
FROM McCLELLAN'S RECORD.
Iu the arrangement and conduct of
campaigns, the directions should be
loft to professional soldiers. General
By persuing the political course 1
have always fid vised, it ii possible
to bring about a permanent restora
tion of the Union a re union by
which the rights of buth sections shall
preserved, aud by which botli par
ties shall preservo their self-respect
and respect each other. Geaera
i am devoutly graleful to God that
my last campaign was crowned with
a victory which saved the nation from
the rentest peril it had then under
gone, (General McClellan's Report.
At such a time as Ibid, and iu such
a struggle, political partisanship
should be merged in atruaand brave
datrintUm, which thinks only of the
whole country. McCUlIuu's West
In prosecuting this war. all private
properly and unarmed persons
honld be Btrictly protected subject to
thoutcesity of military operations.
Letter to the President, July 7, 62
Tho true issue for which we are
fighting is the preservation of Union
and upholding tho laws of the Gen
eral Government. Instruction U
Gen. Uurnside, January 7, 1S62 J
Yon will please constantly to bear
iu mind that precise issue for which
we aro fighting; that issue istho pre
tervation of the Union and the nsto
ration of the fell authorithy of Gen
eral Government over all portions o
our territory. Instructions'j Gen.
Buell, Nov. 7, 1861.1
Wo shall most readily supprsss
this rebellion and restore the author
ity of the government by religiously
respecting the constitutional rights
of all. JInsiructioas li Gen. Buell,
floy. 13, 1801.
Whatever the determination ol
the government may be, I will do the
inple object of doing my duty to my
country. Letter to decretary Came
ron, October, 1661.
Neither confiscation of property
political executions of persons, teri
torial organization oi States, nor
forceblo aboliti6u of slavery sh-juld bo
contemplated for a moment. Letter
to President Linoln, July 7, 1S62.J
Military arrct shouli not bu toler
ate J, except in places where active
hostilities exist; and oaths not requir
ed by enactments constitutionally
made, should be neither demanded
nor received. Letter to the I'rcii-
-dent, Jul, 1, 192.
E. A. UUVTTOX, SI! BIITort
:rwrfa w.-t-i' ji
'rr "n rz- a
WHITE MEN SIIAf.L RULE AMERICA,
Mo ARTHUR, OHIO
EcClellan & Pendleton.
Peace & Union.
UN. GEO. . Mei;LELLAN.
Uf .Vcw Jiisey.
Democratic State Ticket.
KcR SKCRETA R V OP STATE,
WILLIAM W. ARMSTRONG,
supreme jriifiB. (Full Term.)
IHULADKLPU VAN THUMP,
ivheme juDiiE. (I.on? VacMnry,
MACtllAd C. WltlTKLEY,
svi-reme jersE ( Short Vaoancv,)
ALEXANDER S. ROYS,
LYMAN U. CRITCI1 FIELD,
COMPTFOI-LER OF THE TRE4SUBT,
WILLIAM S. V.l'HE.NTISS,
board of pcbmc works, (FullTerm,)
WILLIAM LA R WELL.
MifD (F Fll'LlC VlPm (VAC45CT,
fob concbe'S (11 ih District of Ohio).
WELLS A. HUTCKINS.
Vinton County Ticket.
HENRY C. MOORE.
MORRIS ALBA UGH.
JOHN T. BLACK.
McClellan Meeting at Hamden.
The meeting at ILirnden on last
Weduesday was a decided success Air
Vallanditmham spoke about three
hours to about 10,000 people, in one
of his happiest efi'orts. lie toll tho
people he was Tor Al'Ulellan aud appeal
cd to every man to attend ut the polls
and i( Mr. Lincoln received a major
it v at tho Ballot Box, in a fair elec
tion, wo must submit to tb will of
the people, it on the other hand Ale
Clellan received a majority our Re
publican friends must snbmit. We
are ucder many obligations to our Ro
publican citizens for their attendance
at tho meeting The booming of a
brass four pounder aud the music 0
the Bands mixed up with Iluzzahs of
the immense crowd, mtdo the day one
long to be remembered by onr citizens
It was tlio largcbt meeting ever held
in this sectiou of Ohio. Wo heard
many of our opponents 6ay Vail did
not preach any treason at llamden,
waDtofspaje preveuts us saying more
at present, anil to attempt an illus
ion to Valid speech woujd bo futile or
its effect on tho people.
Col. Wolford on Lincoln.
We hope that no man will fail to
read Col. Vo! ford's letter to Liucoln
on the first page of this paper, Col.
Wo! for J has lutt a military record
that every citizeu should be proud of
he has been one of the most gallant
officers of this war, and has done what
every otficer who expects to receive
the credit aud applause of nis fellow
citizens do, to wit: obeyed aM lawlul
and Constitutional orders. He scores
Lincoln to the rod, and shows up his
corruotitiou and usurpation in their
true licht. Truth every word of it.
Agaiu we say read and judge for
Governor Brown ol Georgia, repl'iet
to General Kbeiman that their nego-
tiBtious could have no pmctical cfi'uet
as he was tioveruor ol only one ot
the Confederate States, and Sherman
wa only General in tho army.
It has been decided that peraone
who paid $300 in February or March
under tbe aouscrivtion, aro exempt
f. .r jiiia vnr
[For de Democrat.]
Truth every Word of It.
What the Admlnttratatiou :a doiigr
and has done for tie!
r It has consigned to tho grave
500,000 human being. .. ,r . T
11. It hns arrayed brother, against
brother und lather against 8o.
" 111. It-has opened brosd avenufs
.. r theivip- and plundering the pub-
c ui.unces'. -
i.. t, t.. , t... . .
i. 1 1 ii.is liij'ju i"u preuoni nen-;
eration boy : d precedent and entait
ed IitudthB that ad with crash
ing wheight upon unborn millions.
v. It has taken from f industrial
and productive piusuits, two millions
of men. ,
lv. It has shield-id tho ''rich'
from the clutches of tho "draft" by
tho payment ot certain sums to the
government" while it has comjit'll
ed the toiling masses to enlist'
vll. It bus given us shioplastcrs
green paper and postage stamps for
vhe common currency of our coun
try. vl 11 It has unod the people's mon
oy without b'gal authority, in useless
and vain f.ttompts to benefit tho tie
gro, at the expuns i of tho white raw.
lx. It fias allowed defaulters' and
contractors and paymaster and even
private individuals to swindle the ptio
plo out oi millions of dollars an.?ia-
dared to givo some ol them lorv'gn
missions as a roward for their ras al
ity. x. It ha3 disregarded thj Ooniti
tntion, under tbo plo t of "militiry
xl. It has taken the edicts of the
President us laws of the land and In
demnified pnblic ofiicers from 6uiUat
law for damages' on account ol oat
rages upon tbe rights of privato eiti
zll. It has" fiatup'ed down the
great bulwar'-j of civil libeity, the
Ireedom of specsh and of tho pre,
abolished the writ of habeas corpus,
a right which no other enlightened
ur.wi-r would seek even to abri-o. '
xlv. It has regard id opposition
to tho administration as opposition to
tho (Jnnetitutii.n aud arrested meu and
women as trior therefor,
xlv. It h?s overflowed our lmspl
la's with disabled men and fiih-J our
streets with life-long cripples inn,. oi
ed all the baser passions of the hu'
man heart, and thereby created a spir
it of mob law.
xv. It ha9 allowed petty military
upatarts to iutempt our system of elec
tion by ballot and attempted to dis
grace our repreaanta'ms in Congress
lor daring to exprcs3 their honest sen
timcr.ts in regard to the war aud ils
xvl. It has scuffed at ovary prop
osition submitti'd to Congress for an
honorable settlement of our national
trouble and stimat z.-d nil peace pro
positions as ' tiaWoTont.''
xvll It has declined t. restore
tbe Unto:; unless thn South will abol
ish slavery and alter filling half a mil
lion of graves and filled ihe country
with widors and orphans, it now
refusjs to make peaco untill wbito
men and the "blessed nigger are on
a common level.
xvlll. Verily, v?ril, I say nnto
yoa (if you are white) that, better
had a miiUtone been tic 1 to yonr
neck aud you thrown into sea than f)
have boen so untbrtuu.itj.uj not to lx)
bora a "nigger."
The Army for McClellan
We give the following ac a
mcn of a numerous correspondence
fioin the a'my. tho first extract is from
a man in the army who voted for
Lincoln and last fall for Broogli.
KNOXVILLE TENN. Sept. 20th '64.
Those who are in lavirof Gen.
Clellan speak it out boldly aud abovq
board, and advocate the causa suc
cessfully. The oflicers do not take tbe
same interest they did last lull. Aluc'g
menus Here are numerom, una
DLCATCE Ga. Sept 23 Tell
get a lew ucmocrutio tickets tor the
District that Jacleou Co, is in, and
send to me if bo can, for tho A'tnM
Licet ion wul soon come off, and Tick
ets 1 expect Will bo ecarce. We
Bundy was a candidate but we dontH
know who is runuing against biiu.
Our company will W AlcClellau
majority, and 1 think McClellan Will
get, a majority in mis army. iut we
are alraiu you will not have a fair c
lection in tho Slates. Will have
in the army or wo will fight for it.
I havo always found that it is the
tendency of subordinates to make
vaxatious arrest on mere euspicion
Instructions to General Buell, NcO
Teruber 12, 1861.
Say as little as possibb abont po
litics or the negro Instructions
General Burnside, January 7, lStlr
The unity of this nation, the pre
servation of our instructions, aro
dear to me that I have willingly sa
crilied my private happiness with tha
simple object of doing my duty to'iAy
country Letter to Secretarj Uaue-
!ho P??, Stephen A. Dooglas.de
t liv-red in tho United States Senate,
I .Inn 3 1611 ........ ti.
-We answer, the Ri-ubliran
Tbo Itvpubi'icau party might hav.
prevented the present devastating
civil war. It might uavo saved heo
lives of thousand of the best aicu of
tbo nation, and 'thousands of millions
of tho people's money , For proof of
wuai wb say, read the Jollowing frQm
i""" - " w, vbvmi me comuromist
. . .
u m LiurLS in1 iii'mi i it ru i.rn rim k n
. TT I n v kill j n
"I believe this to be a fair basis of
fluiicab! adjustment. If yru of the
Republican sidu are not willing to ac
cept this, nor the proposition of th
Senator from Kentucky (Mr. lttrcn p
den ) piny tell ua what you are
willing to doi
lkl ad,ie tfi& wqvity ta Iiepulli
cans only, for the reason that in the
Loinmixttc of Thi'tevn, a fiw day
nao eierf member from lha Suuli in
chiding those fiom the Cot ton Slatig,
(ils;. 'Jombs and DuvU.) erptMed
their readines to accept, the propoti
tion of my vt-nciulle fiiend fiom
J&Mucky, (Mr. Cii tendon ) as n
' final SittU vivnt vf tt- convosy, if
tentfererf and iatta by tAo o
publican rrn vdmsV
"HENCE THE SOLE RESPON
SIBILITY OFOQit DISAGREE
MENT, AND THE ONLY DIFFI
CULTY IN THE WAY OF AN
ADHIOABI.E ADJUSTMENT IS
Willi THE RE LIBIA! h 1'Ali
IL-ro it is jroved tint the Rr-publi
can party is rmponsibld for the war
that it is responsible ti-r every d"l
lar f natimiid and fctatu in ji-btncas
incur red on account of the war thai
it J6 respun.'iblo for tho high (axes that
have boe'i fmpesed npou the people,
on account of the war that it is re
sponsible for the distress aud financial
ruin, which n iw exibts in every part
of tho country that it is responsible
for every life !ot in the war that it
is responsible lor, and should receive
the ciirfcs vf every wifo niado a wid
ow, and of cvory child made an or
phan, by the war. In short, that it
will be responsible for tho dissolution
of the Union, and ail the misfortunes
which nfflict Hie Republic.
shall sixth a party bo continued in
power, or will tho people change their
rule'et Li-tthe ballot-boxes at the
next election proclaim the answer.
Stick this in your Hat and
Keep it here!
The following confession was made
by .thn Ilou. Mj. llawes, a Republi
can meiuVr ot Congress from Mass
achusetts, en l ho 25th of April, in
which he exposed tho ecrruptuees ot
''THE GE.NTLKMKM MUbT KEMRMCKB
TUAT IN THE VIST VKAlt OF A BEPCIIU
CAN ADMKVbTBATION WHICH CAMB IN
TO rOWER I'PON PR'ifESPIONS OF KG
T"Kil AND BliTKKNCHMEST. TIIIiRU IS IN-
PLBITAHLE EYIUENC3 ABROAD IN THE
LAND THAT S MEU "D HAS PLUNDER
ED THE PC CLIC TREASURY WELL NIGH
IN THAT tINOLEYEAE AS MUCH AS THE
ENTIRE; Cl'UKEtlTYrUKLY EXPENSES OK
T1IK OOTEKNMENTDCIIISO THE AUMIH
I8TRATION WHICH TUB PEOPLE HUKI.ED
FROM POWER Bh,CAt'8K OF ITS CORttlTP-10N."
Daniel Webster a Prophet
'Tl thebe iiil'ernal fanatics and Abo
litionists ever j;et tho power into their
hands, they will override the Const, te
ti iti, cut the Supremo Court at detil
atKc, chano and make laws to sui-
theniKelves, lav hands on lho6J who
ditler with them in opinion, or dare
question their fideliy, and fin all v
bankrupt tho country and deluge it
AW ; applications answered by return
Hi! w5l'"out f'er
a ; tHOfTchKaN Chemisi
Wpt. 33-64 831 Broadway New Yoik-
Editor of Democrat.
Deab Sib : With youi permission I wish
to say to the readers of your paper that 1
will MJiul.hy returned mail, to all wishing
it (free), aAoceipe, with full directions
ii for m ikiiiz and uaintr a aiinple Vegetable
lni i ii.,.t ...;n ..rr..!....!'.. : ...
toOi'juiple, Blotches. Tan, Freckles and
a'l IinAuriti33 of the akia, leaving the same
soft, efear, Bniooth and beauiiful:
I will also mail free to those having bald
Iwads, br hurt fHce?, sn.iple directio-is and
iniormition that will enable them start a
ruii gtoWiJ, 0f Luxuriant ILir, Whiskers
- TO CONSUMPTIVE.
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prescription for (be case of Consumption, A
tlin., Bronrhitln. and all throat ana Lnnir af
fections, (free of Rev EDWAED A. WILSON,
. ' -. Williamabnrg, Kinjra Co.,
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fNULISn SPECIFIC FILLS euro in lem than
:h) day, tbe WuHt caea of NERVOUSNESS,
Irepeteacy, Framature LVoay, Seminal Weak
leoa, Invanlty. acd all Urinary. Sexual and
Kervont Arfiiutions. no matter from what can re
prod Seed. Pi ice, One IMIar per box. Sent,
(K-st.pail, by mail, on receipt of an order.
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HENKY REYNOLDS, Tressuior,
Sept.- 8ih 1864.
A Curd 1 Ilia Siiirerliiu.
Q WALLOW lo or thro Lughtd of'Buo
in," "Toiiio Birter " Snriwprill,'
"h'rvuu A utldotpy," o. tc, imH after you
OLD POCTOK J'.UOll AN ENliLlflll tl,HL,'-J
L-lii I'lTll.' Ur,,l 1,. .Auttl L.lli .ml I
VIKUr ill ivr mini i.iiivj Mnjm mj ...v
ly vc(ulllu, I'lmfctit lo tHke, pnnitpl nn-Ual-uurj
in tliuir iff cts on tho broken i!au mid
hlmltorcii o nstitntii n. Oi l and youiifr tnn
taks tlivm villi .'vantHgo. Imported aud fold
in tht United Siuea onlv bv
..: I.. I ll,.iiil.l.i.,L.. 'PI..,. .....
J A8 S. HUTLKH,
No. 4'iT Urodwa. Now York.
C2TA(ront for tho United Stutoa
P. 8. A Hox of tho Pills, aocuroly paukoil,
will lm niuilud to hut ndreta on rucuipt uf
i.HNInill 1 11; i,l ninn
oy rulumled by tho Agont if entire, eatiil'ucliuu
i nob piveii.
fcut titliid 1 S l 3mn.
V. C. W. K01AOK
Mr Dkab Pik : I am dlitpontdnsr; a neconl in
olce ofyunr tjtunmcli Bitters anions tlio liirge
umbor of moa who daily orrivo at thij Initiiu
VI for rcl'icHirneiit and rol. Tlio univoraul
eitimuny in that tlico Iiictera iiro the hoit
madn. Kortho variona Biur-iin-r complitinta
xhioh idllct many, 1 know uf no reii)oly o
Hul'o and ko ue. Plutarch s iya. " 1 o ukK n phy
nivion wnut la iy and what it hard ol'dinnilon
and whut wlil uice with ihe atjiueuli is about
asHeii.-d le aa to a.k whut U aweot ur bitter, or
Hour." Poraoni wlto Icoi out for bruukeraand
havo your Stimaoh Bitters in the house ! nm
jrj will never uak any one tho fooliiiu quo.ttiuii
pi)!on of by tho Rrjat philosplior. I in list nut
ninu wuidurtivo for your Ciituwha Hrun.l .
have many men here who have brundy prye
icribed tor tln'in by ilixtingulHhod Army Sur-fruun.-i.
Tho oiluct ofyoum on such aro hunufloial
far nnuo ao thun from uny previously tukea.
Pomona who .lenire a re-nil V pure Uraudy cannot
fail in thcTr purchuie ifthoy get your bran.
I an, DiR-Uir, with mnoh rospect
U.W.I). ANnitEw, Superintondent
IS" Olllce and iiianul'ctory, liua. M, 53, 60.
and i'i Kant Third ttrco. For aula evnrywliori
No. Uli ISi'J, lt. mo.
'I'UE WNFES3-ON8 AND EXPKUIE.VCF;
1 or AN IKTAI ll. , . '
"l'ublifhed for tlio boncfijti and as CAU
TION TO YOU O MKN and other, who euf
for from Nbivouk Debility, Prenmtuio Decay
ofMunbood, Ao., aniplying at the anme time
TiiliNB or Self Cgse. By.me who bus
nutod himself after undergoing ocnxlderahlo
unukery. liy eneli'Hing a postpaid addrewed
cnvelopo einjjle copiea may bo had of the au
thor. NATIM KIEL ItA YFAlR, T.tqt
, Urooljn, Kings t'o. N. V.
June 2ml 13f.3-lyr.
DYSPKPSI.V NEHVOUSSFS3, AND DE
can reooinmond thuo ctitri-rin with I.oxa of
Appetite, Indieation, or Dyitpepeiu, N'orvousS
no.i a-id Narvtue Debility, to unaiUrloiiland's
Tonlo. lti.iB vrrotuble preparut d, froo
from alcoholic liqnorx ; it. atrtstthena the
whole norvous nyntoin : ii cre.iteK aijod appe
tite, oad In van anted to cure Djvpoptla and
For aula by Itnji;intagencrlly at ft per hot
t lo. Prepared by Dr. A. Stileldand, No. 6
E.ut Fourth utret-t (,'inoiunali,Oh!o.
1. IDARRHCEA SD OYSENTEUY
We have examined a grent number o
uthcr3 from sonin of ihe most promiiiRii
citizens of Cincinnati mid Covington, etc ,
speaking In Ihe highest tenns of Ur. Stack
lunil'd Anti-Chdlerd Mixture for the cure ol
diunhcea and dvevntery. The letters brt
tn long to publish. Mr. Woods, of Cov.
nigton,U)8 he was pronounced incurable
for the best doctors ir. Cincinnati, and one
iontle uf Dr Sttickhind't Anti-Cholera Mix
ture effected a permanent ture xfier suffer.
tnn for mon tha with the worst form of diar
rha a and dysentery,
Another saya he was discharged from the
United States service alter suffering in the
hospital for 8 months an incurable, and as a
last resource tried StrUkliiiid'a Anti-Cliole-ra
Mixt.ire he got well directly and has now
entered the arinv again in good health
One man write he hua cured seven or eight
very bad cases of diarrliuea and dysemters in
the barraiks he was iu vith one bottle ol
this vaiujble medicine. In font w could
till half our paper with similar itnina fiom
these lt ters. Why does not our Govern
ment secure this valuable preparttion.
Our army ought to be supplied with it. It
is hi t a sfioit time since one of our men
laid in a very low condition at one of nur
Cincinnati Hospitals, bis wife was sent for,
the doc'ors considered bia an hopeless case.
She, however, gave him Strickland's Anti
Cholera Mixture, and iu three weeks he was
able to return home with his wifelo New
Richmond, O. Ail these caws right at
home speak for themselves. We hope all
the soldiers will put a bottle of it in their
knap.cacks, it may save them or some of
their comrades. It is for sale by Druggists
at 50 cents ppr buttle.
NOTICE OF ELECTION,
For District Assessors,
OR LAND APPRAISERS.
NOTICE la hereby given to tha qualified
Eloctori of Vintea County, Ohio, to meet
in their reapootive Townships in eald county,
at the usual placea of holding election!, on
Thursday Oeloher llth 1864
and then and there proceed to eleotona Dintrot
Aate&ior, h ivintf t ho qualiflcat.iona of an eleo
tor, aa asscxnor of real property within each
Township of said Vinton county, in accordance
to an order of tha Board of Uiunty Comrais
Kloueri of Vinton county Ohio, heretotore mado
in puraoance ofanaot of the General Aarem
bly of the State Ohio, passed and took effect
April Sth 1959. By which order of said Com
musit nera, each Township in said Vinton
couaty, waa declared a aeperata Land District,
Said act of the General Assembly, Swan and
Crltchfiold Statutes Page 1449-Seo. 2. Also,
providea that, "thejud?e of elections shall
keop a separata poll book for the election of
aiidaasenom, and tha returns thereof, dnly
certified as in oher cases, shall be rnado to tha
county auditor, who,, with the clerk of the
court of common pleas and probata judge of
the county, shall open tbe same and declare tha
result, and tha anditor shall, within ten days
after opening such returns, give notice to each
of tha persona eleoted of bis election.
By order of County Commissioners. '
Pept. 19- l-Jw. Aud'r Y- Co.0.
SCHOOL A MI.XSSIEUIAL
The State if Ohio Vintcn couny.
Tha' r.drrl?efj A editor of said Vlntoa
oounty, ill(lTr ftr sale at public anKIca at
the door of the Court Howe, fq Molrtbur, in
eald cuuutr, on
Saturday October Mlh 1364.
1 o'clock P. it., on said day, ihe following
oiMiribed real eauto, aituutnj iu raid county
of Viuton.twit: TLe e ii half of the north
e.vst quarter, ofaeotiou nuinbar alzieeu, ( 14,)
ol loiihipnumbrtn,(lo,)ia Katige num-
. n,.lOT, V iu,;uoo'.ainuig eiglitv acres, alte,
tho west hail ui the uorth-enst quarter, of ace
liuu lowuslup and Kange aforesaid, containing
eighty acre. Also, the west 'half of the HoutU
east quarter, of Section, Township and Katigu
uforesaid, coniuiuiDg eighty acroa. And
also, the north half of the south west quarj
., .u .uo souui nair or tbe south t.all
ot the north west quarUr, of sectioa Townsllp
an.l Uange atorosuij, cuu aiuing ou bundrod
and twou'y aires, more or lesp.
Anpraisod as Mlows, to-wit: The east,
half oi the north cast quarter, at six dollars per
a roe; rha wast Imlf .r tn.. nn..i. .....
atsix UjIImis pcraor. Aud the wost half of
I the aou'h oust quarter, ut uvn .Inll.r.
' ' ... . - W . U it. I V kU,
thosj.utli wor quaitur m)d fhe.ointli hslf tho
suh, hulforiie noKh wo quarur, ut four
uor euros: Ant ilu. k..i .v...
tai.n purcol.or I au.l must bring the appraisad
valno itioMof. ,r
Terms of salo, on twelfth in cash, and rha
rtsiJuoinolcvon iq.ml aimiinHiisalmenrs, wife)
iuoror Irom liu day- vf sale to ho pid uuunully
Scp. ajnd-61 aud'r Vinton Co. O.
sale of iTETl i:s i a te.
oy onuEii 'OF vnouATU oouKTi
Siita of Ohio. Vinton County,
I 'will olforat pabliu sale. at tho door of tha
Conrt Uouitiu the Town of M..A rtl,nr Vintn.
oor.niy, Ohio, on
Saturday the 29j rfoy of October .1 864.
At two o'clock, ' P. M, to tho higl.ost bidder,
the f ll.iwing real estate, aa the property of
William A. Johnston deoeaxed, to-wli: In-lo-6
llllinbur ttVOtl. t T.Mn Ik. Tr..n of ll.lk,..
in the County of Vinton , and Mute of Ohio, free
Apprnlsod at four bandred aud fifty dollara,
Toi-lim ft Ia .n. tk!..l :.. t .1 ...
t , ' .io, vn. I mil wrii ill 14kllM, Ull V
third En tiv mnntKa mul .n rl.ivrl 1..
m ulhs, Uofercd fiaj-ftionia to be secured by
...nK.iKu gn me pmii.mi, irnii interest oa
pnyiiiontsfrom day of sale.
SAMUKLC. O.VSK, Adm'r
Sept. 29 51 4w. of Win. A. . olios ton dec.
AVII UIFFLE ESTAB.
jVOTICK Is hf-reby iven ihut flip aubstri-'
le lii. hittt B Linii'm toA n.i.t ...... irr....i
.iivrvviuuM aim ijiidiiuru B8
AJmiiilslrarrix on i he Estate of David Rif.
a - I. ... ..I -:... ... r .
ua iuie ui t in ton uouutv Linto rtpra.iasd
JiLLEXDER RIFFLE, '
Sqit 22ud 18(54-3w
S I LE 6 i' HGAiTes FA IE,
UY OKDEK OF Pl'.OBA'iE.t'OUKT.
1'!it Stdltof Ohio. Vinfnn f.,,,,.,1..
N the Uih, day of October A. I).. M
v i. i-iiuu j.. ..in uo bom on tuo pn-nioatHi
iu Kiiun iuwuKhip, Vinton County Obi, to the
higliost hhldor, the fallowing rml ostuteaj (he
pMjicrtyJoftlis estaU ofDanlua Fnrrel. lata t,f
a'.dnilon county dteeased, to-wiu Hvaiti.
uing.ttt tho orth Knst comer of Soi-lioi, No H
t.Tl irty-four) iuTownship Ten, Ranire fifteen
iu tho Ohio t'oinpiuij's purchase, thence IT
chains 12 Iitiks o the south cast corner of
U ids deeded to David dnny; thence North
tliirtcen aud a hall deg. West ten chains thirty
ieven links; tl;ico south t.irce chains and
soveDly-fourliuksjtlioncu south foriythrco and
three-founh dcg. West twenty-two chains tea
links; thonce to tho south lino of section num.
bar thirty fiv, (33.) thence west ono chain flf.
-.v liults; tlieucosbveuteen dei . west eii chaius
iliiny links; thonce south fifty-six do(r. thirty,
seven ohaiiia to the lino rimning through tha
center of section number thirty-futir, (84)
thence oust tWenty-tLrae chains sevonty liv'
links to the rtccond cornar outhoeust line of
suid section: tboi.cn uorth fortv-three chains to
the pluco of beginning, containing one hundred
aud fiirty-onoaud thieo-tcutbs acres, said land
boinii sitimted In sections number thirty-four
(84,landlhirty-flvo,(a5,) suhiect however ta
the Dower tstate assigned to tho said Ue jeccn
Ferrcl widow of said liLrrlus Forel, on tbe 18th
day Jniio.A. 1801. in said prouises, boun
ded and described us follows, to-wit: Begin
ningattbenoith rostorncr of s:dd lands in
said order doscribed. thence eouth throe chsin
and seventy-four (71 iliuks; thoaoo south for'y
threo and throe- leurths, deg. west along the
road four toda past a Walnut tree at tbe end of
Ooorgo K. Hell s luue; thonno a little south of
east to an a;. pies tree across tho road by the oM
cabin; thetice straight forward In tho same di
rection to the section line; thonco north to huda
deeded to . David Cnnny; thenc to tha
place of brg'nning. Also tho fruit uffwo rowa
and taotroos off the north end the third row of
tho apple trees on the east sidu of the orchard
on the bind above described. 8uid premises
aroarpruised, subjoct to said Dower ietatoat
Turns i- Sali. One third cjhIi la land
ono third iir six months Rnd '.he romaining third
in twelve mouths, with Interest on detorred,
puymcnt at six ocr cent-from day of sal.
i).8. Dama, Atf'y J08II Ja WOOD,
foradm'r admiuisfraor ofhe es.
r5ept. 8tb '84-6w., latata Darius Farrtl.
EVERY BODY IS BRING CURED 0?
this distressing disease, by the use of
, Dr. Strickland's IMIo Itcmodf.
Read wl.at a fufTerer says;
Mr. J. P. Hazarde. 164 Second street.
Cincinnati, 0., sai he has been a dreadful
suffbrer with Piles for a long time, and has
meu nrariy everyining, ana could Obtain no
relief. He used about una fourth of a pot
of Dr. Strickland's Pile Ointment, and it
made a complete cure. He adviws every
one who is suffering to try it. ,
Sold by all Drnggistv 50 cents per of
Manufactured at No 6 East Fourth, atreot
Cincinnati, 0. Ask for '
STRICKLAND'S 1'ILE REMEDT
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