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GEORGE II. rMDLETOW
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Tt rifetoiccl Pn'-iJent nd Vice Tre"
idt'ii t ol Uic I'nit.'d fmtts.
CIIARMS REEJtTLIX.
thomas w 1urti.e.
John vattil::,
join sch1ff
william j. gilm0p.e,
luther smj'ih,
charles n. lamison,
WILLIAM 11. Tl.l.FAlR,
WILLIAM II. C1U IGI1T0V.
JUDS0N A. PF.KBK,
1.DWAIU) S, PIOWE;
JAMES G. IIALY..
HI.NRV C. ftlOORE.
JMES V..MMITT,
CHAltLES H. JOiJXSTOX,
KK Ah POWER. '
KOhHiT A. CON STAPLE,
OI.IVKil J.tWANEY,
CHAM.E8 M. A I EN,
LAML" R. PAIGE,
SIIK'ON L. li L'.N r.
Money Wanted
To a!! c ur fiitr.da wh iwe cs on
SiLacript:'in,in Advertipmifs or on
any ci licr c:oont, w e;:y if in you r
power, -cai! on maui ti!v'i nn vonr
ficcounts. The rcc-.-kS "in oK!ce
ioV tho iaet two ino.'t. ! . ' :.v.t
the expense of pcfuig ( ut 'I e i rr.r
We mr.fct huvo ocr i-yrsd 3es i;i -'.lei
to get along in flnpe LiLeein tlmus.
l'leaso dont forgeith's.
To the Democracy.
Wo hone c,;r ."!. :"!i iujd ail eiti-i
tens who are oppe.ed to ? Lo re-election
of Lincoln and fho u:ter ruin of
onr Country, will not cruse their ef
forts to effect a changa in tin: Hi.'min
istrution, until tho lust ticket : de
por ited in the ba;! t box en the Sth.
day of next tnontii. N man should
be disheartened at tho rceult of the
late election.
jorilie3 of our
Wo rcijined the ma
opponents by ( houp
andstinco last year, tlatls to the
sober second thoi:L,ht of the l eoolo
Du nuttiri. in trr.il .i. a ' '
k.lf..j.., . ; ,. ' " 'y .
"uua;u " H1 '.ennn ni-n will bo
jivuuui mecitxcoii oi ju.ioiian tu,d
Pendleton, and if every man does his
duty, who aio in fact opposed to Lin-
.cola, MeClellati will be the next Pros
iitftitna.,.....-!! i
loent as sure aa t ia spn moo enri c..j
. A - """iOinny
Uo jour tnty, and Ohio will met her
TOto for Little Mac. and you thereby
Ierpetnnto your Constitution and the
Union, and secure bl.Esings of Pe.ce
to yourself and vonr nopprtr-
yourself and yonr roeterity.
Chargo along the whole line and vic
tory is otira.
[Fhr the McArthur Democrat.]
Keep it Before the People.
The following wo received lr in
foldier frrrn Vinton County, in the
army of the Potomac, who assures us
it is true.
Keep it before the per.plp, That
Old Abe gives nsjubt half enough to
cat.
Keep itbefera the peop'o, t! ct Old
Abe vetoed the b'.ll to laif.: t! ,
diere wages last April, s ! s:,Mt l.n:
had to pass th? o ,1 by a two
third vo;e bttere it 1 tenrxe a law
r0 t,
i.8srJ 1 i"i
V O'd Ab 1,
'P'lMi f'"rcd
h-ecpit lei' ro ti e Itooa, tl.i.t
wuen the LiM
1 wflfes of r.rgroep
. cn.Maht.
Keep it before t'io pei'i;!:', that nev
er before the ti d year, c nld a ne
gToe f.rt bi-eitiK & lute man in the
Ja; 3 oi Congress.
Keep it l eforo tic pt ople", that
,ficgro is better in the eyts ol this ad-
irir.'stration, . an a w.nte riinn.
Keep it tcft-ra the reojJc, that Old
, .........
Abe feeds acd taLcp euro if iho con
trabands and kit ho soIdie.B l.tj.ilies
irjffer,
'Eesp it before tho people, that Old
Ale- h'rrs stliool tepchcrs for crntra
' tand9 in tbie Diirict, wh-lethcns-auds
of tl e soldiers children run r.ot
bo to school fipr wot of clcihes atd
fhpes.
stated in tin following tablo,
prjpurty in each of th TWoshioj
Corntnisiioii6ri luve pwed an Ofder tnat
ea'i Tinmghip 'r the pnnvme of
l -g! -i
STATE TAX. --COUNTY TAXES
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oi ar.mry and shout i.wv
and -about 1.C0O
piiscrcro. v oionoi
Colonol llowsrd lutcheri
rvoanded. Uany othrr valnndle ol
ficus wer k ii'cd and wounded.
Grr.iit o'ecliTtf blif'dan to lo cte
of thfl ub' 6t of ofiiccrd.
The Federal loi-eisaro eetimated fit
J.0O0 in the bfitllo ffths ICth.
Tl'f loc-s ol propei ty in Glncgov ,
Mir?curi, from its rupture by the pc
belrf ia about 5150.000.
The rebels under 1'rice liavo re
crot'Sfd the MifS'-uri Riycr ut Hums
wick. Thty hdd a very cor.fcidcrn
hlo portion oftho State. Wnnyof
Frice's orTircrs say tiiey will never go
Iftrk to Arkuneus, but will rem h in in
Mibeouri
Iiiucoln hns appoirited the lost
ThnrBday in November for a day ol
lhankeL'iven and oritiee.
ltisfni'.i t!v.it i. i.eri! Curtis has
oeen fightiiig I rxt nn guard, andi,Q
will stand fir a pu-cral enrrgemect
if Prico is wiH.nq. General Losecrana
i8 ready tojBnpport Curtis
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Falsk . It ia i ot true, cs rrprcsen
ted lytic Cin. f'ailiis of Inet Friday
twelve Ports vmc'lnrut by the'
Coppei brads in tnis cmntr.
A Pointed and Eloquently
Patriotic Letter from Hon. George H.
Pendleton Democratic Candidate for
Vice President.
New Ycki:. Ot toVrr 5 TLn fd-1
i lowini? loiter trrm !W Ciixrcn IT
Pendleton, Pi n ' f uit'e candidate for
Vice President. In jnft Icd rrceiv-
td by Hon. John UlInckin. of New!
'York, Chairaun of tho Democrn'c!
Executive Commit'cc.
It will ar-;
pear in the Snnd?y Mercury to mor-J
row morning
Vice President. Cincinnati, October 17, 1864.
.
I
me I'ManiiK'imer.t ot another
j Government over any portion of ter-!
' t"7 ever within its limits.
HIT 1'far Fib; I have received
your frit ndly 1, ttrr. Mclirnapf rri
roEcctntions ai d falficroda are p-i
frequent in our ffrnplcs that I hnvc
undeitukrn to crnect or refute
them.
I make no profifr-Vnfl of a new!
faith, and rr'v rt j cat my r :tt rate d
profeesions rfpo old one' when I
there is no f no v,lo chrr'shes a crept-
cr rofnra icr ine ijnion: wlio liflR a
'"ftl"-r " mtETiDi t'lc hcnrhtB
vrho wonM more farnrpHv labor fi r
itB restoration, by all means wlrch
win ciiect ttiiit end, than n-VFelf.
The L nion is the cnarantce of peace
powir and the proFprity of ti e rco-1
pie; and no man would deprrcnte
" ,w "' ' V ' 1 I inure reiB'nr-1
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. um. u . r of txactl"f? 110 condi-1
S, T ' "m37re:
will defent tho' ro.rRh.Mklm.rnf .-.r i
ivi'ia-u w uiy course oi policy wiucn
Government npou itp old foundations
ind in its feiritorinl integrity.
I Fm. vrrv
GEORGE E. PENDLETON.
The Election in Evansville
Indiana.
-grcEB
Tho F.VBnRvillfi Time !n eiiAat-!nn
of the election in that city, says Il ut
black, damnii.g perjury.
stamped on mauy a lip. An
wbo never had a residence in Indiana
boys under ace sworo "in their!
votes, while others, not content with
Hvineci-) voto and ii;tnrrin7 t1,f!
guilt of ono perjure, iHiitcd 'he'
dose twice or i! )'',; Omnibr?K8
'nod hati; wt-id 1 v day hauling;
nP 09 itiVa ,lK ft v 1)0 lad al'ead7
K'vtn tLdr vr,t'?;- t0 r,Tt the vote
! and repeat ti e itrgurv. The vote
nod hac; wcid 1 j,! day liaiilinci
reveat tl e i treurv. The voto
Evansville ita-lf eLo'.vb the crcEs!
. .1 .1. e. V P
nsuu Broil ii8 iiee. j.ever was sucn
a ri i Ltard ot or drecmed of in this
city."
a
S110ET1.T after General McCiell.n's
heroic co-Kluct in tho seven days fight
ing before liichmond, the followirii'
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dent:
Washington, July 2, 1862.
Major-Gtneral George Bv MeClel-
lan: lam sat.fiied that yourself,
cfiiccrs nnd men have done the beet
you could. .11 accounts say better
fiphtiiig v ai never doua. Ten thon
U-?' tLanks for it.
Washington, July 2, 1862. A. LINCOLN.
TAXES FOR 1864-VINTON CO.
Notice to the Tax-Payers of Vinton County Ohio.
showing the nuraba
levied It is Irom
nutifir tU TtP.,...
Oct. 14, 1864.
receiving Taxes I'1"' member of the
" ' .i Cavalry, and nt-
, music corps, do here-
that although formerly n
J l'iitburg, tnroute 'from
f... 1 . .,......iKrl
i io 1 insulin, whs ri-quu'in.u,
her with about 2,000 other sol
Trs, by Ilia officers at Indianapolis,
i which placo vreiirrived at 4 o'clock
.n'.lhe morning of election day. to vote
the Republican State ticket. A great
parte!' ibo soldiers were Germans.
Attne depot weru cifi- unu
took us to the polle, ami many oi me
soldiers voted twico and three times.
We handed our votes into a window,
and nobody atked us whether we had
i t,. untn nr n-but lur irn f. itru r-
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iy res ueu m uo.o. " 7 "
wii were treatetl
witu uie ana an umvi
th;Prc te unichteat and drink,
am convinced that every soldier ot
the 2 000 voted onco, and many two
or three times, although wo belong
to rtrnalyvania. Ohio, Michigan.
Maryland and other States, llesides
us in Indianapolis also voted about
2,000 invalids belonging to other
States. At S:S0 T.M., started the
8c!uitr8ol the Pennsylvania regiment
to ChriBliliwc, aud the soldiers of oth
other
GEO. STUMPF,
7th Pennsylvania Cav.
PIPE LAYING IN INDIANA.
CARLYLE Ill. Oct. 14, 1864.
;
yoto b0(j tlo TJni6n LcnglIU M
j TrcD,0P) fl Abolition town on the
OLSo fcuJ Miseiosippi railroad, west
of here, sent nine of its members
Tho departure ofthese men a few days
bc); ,u ,i0 cecticn, and their return
!a ci.i;p'c of days alter, wero remark
that cl t the time, and a leaky member
oi- League divulged that tley
wist there to vote, and that their ex
wero jaid bv the Leogno. It
, .t.jjf Vt Lao tloit lhfi l!ie Union
, ,. t, ... ,
I niMn nil over tuo oUue sejrTtvb
nm:iv of thu'r nv. mitts to Indian at
'
To 1(J Editor Chicago Times.
Th llri ion League of this rlace
stDl fifteen of its members to Indiana
thev old ijhv tlr: expenses of. ;icr
l -a Michignn asfiibtea Ulno, aud
New York assisted Pennsylvania, in
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the meins by which Governor Mor
rarely i ton carried Indiana at the election
prostituted and disgraced.' Never
w.is a vvurdo blow struck tit tho vitals
envlof a republican form of guvmimcnt
'
It. v. n by sucli bold and shameless
iVaii,:a that a citv which bad. at tbr
ht census, hot 18,000 people,' gave
g ooo votes and this, too, after furn-
jif - hingan euimenso number of sold
iirs to tho wur, who were "not at
home. 1 he annals of rascality may
be 6eo'ched in vain for a precedent t'
Never was the elective franchise so
than this mockery of an election in
Ind ana. la there no legal : way Dy
which a remedy can be appueai ona
sucli a fraud, peeped in the most
awful villainy, be allowed lo win
IThis is a untter deserving th' serious
mnsidera ion of every voter. In th
mean timo the people of the Union
States owe it to themEelves to rebuke
ut i ne CO 1 ing eiLcnoii, uio phidwhub
. . p . .' I.. .
who thus aim a deatii now armeir
l bt rties, ""d wl,o aia proQting by
this rascality. If they do not, their
moral sense iedead. Lnguiter.
Inertesting to Those Who Desire
Peace.
!
Hon. Robert C. Winthrop, Massaclin
setts, a most eminent Old-line whig
statesman, in a epeecn wuicn. no re
cently made at New Haven, Uonuot-
:cnt, said:
"A BIT OF TESTIMONY FKOM T?E 80trTH
,l"'3 (,!t lPn8er- even if Jour indul
pcrjury, ;P"ce and jour patience be- not'alwas
rwidy -exhausted. But I must 'not
! tako leave of J"0" without giving
i'ov a ,ittl0 I'iec,J (,f testimony of the
;
;
eP, rfr80U
1 ai d VX(;dI?Dt charter,
'joyed the best opportomtit
of,s8'"2 Southern In
of:
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"I fear my friends, that have al
ready detained von too long. My
own strength certainly, will hardly
highest interest auci importance, t a
mong the refugees from Atlanta.Mm
mei:tely after ita capture, , there
Clim0 within nr lines, not many days
eP. tt rfr80U 01 tM M eetinlabli
woo naa vn
cs of under
standing the outnern heart. Ai.d
wnat waid ne do 7 HiiDk. on be
Inn Inlonnngfa,) oa i .
"'& iuvn o m iu uronut;ui
' c'" ine 'amrei i can give yon ci re
; marks from themoEt authentic eonrce
R()Pd friend of th(t Uoiou in one f fh
. VlCvkt StateB. .jrMr. Ljnc0,D ja
D'y itll!HU fKn ru ru
, x vv..v. iuw 1XVIIIO Ui IUC
. Ponth will fight for thirty years, for
they tec! that they oen do nothing
better: bnt if Mc.Clellan i8 elected,
such an overwhelming- Union toarty
; will be formed iu tlie Boub. that
'pence will bo the almost immediate
result.' (That's so.' loud, cheers.)
j 'I ppoak,'eaid he, 'the sentiments
the people, not th& -efficjala, v'The
j leaders of the ; rebellion -are aqxious
fur the re election of Mr. Lincoln, ai
2ivu2 most hope of the ultimnto boc-
ceB9 of tho rebel cause. 'But the
people-,' ho added, 'rettpoct McClel
Ian, and believe in his honesty, ca
pacity, and pntrioti3m; and being
heartily tired of the war, they will be
willing to trust him." (Cheers)
Thoso who desire aa early peace
and tho restoration of t he Union, who
meau to vote to that end, will ponder
upon and heed tho statement of Mr.
Winthr.-p. It is, bfyond all doubt,
coriect. If the people of th North
are not struck ui th a madness and
blindness exceeding any thing ever
nown iu tho history ol tho race, they
will with a voto approaching to unan
unity expol the dynasty from power
that ia a bur to future reunion., and
whose continuance simply means in-
Jifiuato and I'ruitlcsa war, sweeping
conscriptions, oppressive taxrtion and
an irriiJoeiriHUlti public debt.
Senator Scmseb, in a recent speech
at Fuucuil IJall, 6aid:
The President wbb clearly right
when, in a recent letter, he declared
lOt 114 ellOnld ACCEPT NO TEHM8 OP
PEACE WHICH DID NOT IjEGIH WITH THE
ABANDONMENT OF6LAVKBY.
Mr. Slmnkh is an ardent and en-mi-iaBtic
supporter of Abbabtm Lin
coln.
Dr. M. D. Jayne
LATE OF PHILADELPHIA,
Will be in McArther on tnonday
Oct.. Slat, and Tuesday Nov. lt, 1864
at llu'.bert'a Hotel.
To be conaultud by thoa e desirous,
f all DISEASES OF THH CUMATIC.
Uis peculiar lasulty to defect and Ij-
cate diseases without intormation
from the. paiticnt, has astonished ma
ny persona within tho last few years.
laving avanca nimseir oi mo vari-
hulds ot Uay, Uusintals ana conn
try Pructico, ho is enabled to accom
lip.hronny cures, anu to restore to
health snlferen who have hitherto im
plored the succor of the medical
world iu vain, and many disease in
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which ordinary Ekdl has proved too;
fnhle. it has been his cood tortunc,
topubluo.
Da Jayns has practized medicine
for tho past twenty yeais, and lms
cured as many patients in thtt timo
a? any Physician iu Una or any other
His Medicines aro free from all
mineral poisons ! pleaaent to take,
aod acta as a nutrutivo element, ere-
ii'inJ: a new life aod animating
ircuihont the wholo system. - Uis
treatiuei.t ia entirely now, and per
lectly eafe mild, yet efficient. L-
KB and gentleman Buner:i)2 Irom
Neuralgia, Rhematisui, or auy form
of Nervous Diseases, for you there is
relief !
C neumPtiop treated on s new and
SUCCCEblul plan, With a Specific rt'ine-
,
UJ. , . ,.
.. tl I An. . V.M .linnnn.n A,r A,,.
tollOWiner diseases are nir.oni'
those to which he devotes his attun-j
. , .
lion niOfit particularly.
DvSLieiia n, Liver Complaint. Brori
litis, Conitiinptinii. Oaiiers, Uleeis,
chitis, Gunaillliptmn. OaiierS, UleeiS,
Old Sores, Female DiseafCS, Twhicll
are-to numerous to easily ,J bick and.
Nei viius IleaJacn, facrolnla, J'ropsy,
m. !.. t?Uo flioiMinnii nf fl.n Ilnni
r.liICLB, a it, louiiBro u. hid muni
aod Lungs, L-iease ot the opine, l ai-
. -w-v . .. . rt
litafion otthe lieart, tiHtula, White
Swelling removal of all kinds of T v
inorS.Cbrooic Diarrhea,Disea?e of the
Kidney, Ear and Eye, which are treat
td on a plan peculiar.to himself;
Piles, and all Disease of the Kectura
cured without pain or operation ;
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and the
whole train of Nervous Diaenses. ,.
A speedy cure warranted in all
Diseases of a syphilitic or venereal
character, without hindrcnce Irom
business or exposure to friends ; ami
all Mercurial Syphilitic diseases of
the skin and blood, Seminal Weak
ness, Nocturnal or Diurnal . Etnuns
sions. Infirmities of youth and ma
turity. Invalids . suffering with any
disease would do well to give him an
oarlycall. EXAMINATION FKEEL
Special Notice,
ol
Editor of Democrat.
Deab Sib : With voui permission 1 wifh
to say to the readers of your paper that
win fenu, Dy returned mail, to all uislnng
it (free), a iJeceipe, with full directions
for making and using a simple Vegetable
Balm, that will effectually remote in ten
days 2'imples, BIntcliea. Tan, Freckles nnd
all Impuntios of the skin, leaving the same
sou. clear, bmootn nnd ceauuiul;
I will also mail free to those having bald
heads, or bare face?," simple directiois and
in'ormalion that will enable .them starts
fnU growth of Luxuriant Hair,' WJilskersor
a Moustache; in less then thirty dBya. ' i
A '.I applications answered by return
mail without charge. ; '
Respectfully vours, ' ' ' "
THOS: F: CHAPMAN Chemift
Sept. 22-64 : 831 Broadway New ,York-
A BEMEDY lOJ? riLF8.-1t U a bUth-g
til tnfferinij to know that wa have en eflr
cure for thia truly trrubrmo (trcea. JJ
1'. J'azarde, cr 1B4 Kecond tt. ( lDcinnatl,
ta' es (rroat rleru-nre id Jnformfiig all whii.fi
snfferins with iiiies that he used small attain
tlty of Dr. Strickland's Pile Ki niedy, and it
fected rermsnent cure. This etn s to be
case with all who make ufi of this splendid
parsrioa. ji is msnnraetared at !.. Jbs
Yovtfh Streit, Cinoliinati, O, aad sold by
FAIRBANKS GRlEKiEAF& C.O
Special Notice, SEMI-ANNUAL STATEHENT
Of tlie rmi'iO'en of Xhrjitn-rv ofViiton
fonnty
jOfo on I urd, fir the Lalfyear ending Sciitemberith 1EU.
BaUat Cuu rt jr.
BrtJif. ,
Piht
Volunteer Relief
Militaiy Ftii'e
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HENRY REYNOLDS. Treasurer,
Sfpt.-eth-13.'".4.
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HOWARD ASS031ATI0U
TSILADELPH1A. FA.
DISEASES OP THE NERVOUS. 8E-
M1NAL, URINARY ANDSEIU.1L I
SYSTEMS new and reliable treatment
in reports of the HOVVARD3 OC !A
TION Sent by mail in scaled Ititfr enve
fffc of iharge. Adilress. Dr.J, SKIL-
1;IN HOUGHTON, Howard Asaoriutinn.-'
2 South Mnth Street, Philudelphia.Pa-
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A RUPKRIOB ERMF.DT. Wecn conelon-!
tioiwly recommend to tlm.e tnfferinr from&C.
ili-nresiinu caugb,, Dr. Sficklunil'ii MalUHuuna
Couzli U:i!um. It civenrelieialiiiont instant-
ancoui), una In wKlml imi iinrrflP!iwn io ine
tnfl'o. Tlierii. no doHbtbut thi Mulliflnoua
an.tiiallth.uiup.oi.riutoriluimiiorit. w
have tried it duriie the pifweck, nd found
relief from a most ditrin.ii)ircoiiirfi. It lupre-
j.rod by Dr. Strirklund, N. 6 Knnt Fourth
irtrcet, Oincinn:ti, 0..nd foraulo by IrnB-
bottle.
ninp rovevwmva at piti?if-'P
MUIE C0J.tLS3'OM AJ.D OIEKIEN CE
Fobbed XZX'ni
Tt'N TO YOUA'tf MFN'nnd othcr.H. wbogut'-i
i fur from NtivoiiH Debility, rrcmntute Decay!
ol iiunhooti, are., fuppiymgr at tiio nnmot!mu
,..! I.-..,,.. ii- .r,.. .,.,.!. ,.i.. a.. i.ik
euukcry. Ey encliwng a pontpuld adilreiuicd
cnvolopi single cobles muy bo bud of the uu
thar. N ATIIA MEL MAYFAIR, F.o.t
Urooilyn, Klnga Co. K. Y.
Jane 8nd 1563 lyr.
A Card lo the SufTerlnjr.
Q WALLOW two or threo liogMliondu of'Bne-
kj nn, iiifw J.iftois "
Sarsapiirilla,''
M V.. ....... . 1 , 1.1. II ..K.l ..I'...- ..r.M
aro fiiiSfcl nith th remit. Mid ona box of
OLD ii)' " rofi 1 : L'iMI AN KNtiJ.ISil Sl'KCI-
F'(J I'lLLS mid bis roKtiTid to bca'th and
viior In !o than tliirty Tiny arc jvurn
..v.. ........v..-, ... tv. ...... ....
iy vo-mMo. pio-nt u. tni:, rr
tit.ir-.- in tlifir "'IT .'.: oil tVjnrms
B,..,1.;,(il.,, v,fAmillt ou ,
rrr.iii.. nn l wil-
;en down and
vnnni i;m
tu'iu
'i fiJv.iuno. Imnorud andnold.
JA(! R. hrTLF.t,
X... 4 :1 Broadway, New York.
rSyAjMii!, fur thu United Stafs
T. S A U.'X of tho I'i'U. nci'iirely packod,
will bo nutilud to liny aMp saou receipt of
prki, wbiib l.tONEDOLLAK, post paid tnon
cy rufnu.ied'by thoAjjnt iftcliro MtiafocU'.'Ji
ianot tiivan.
Sept 22nd 13i4 3mo.
SOLDIERS' HOME
, EoetaiMTtitiDENT'.-i Onrt
net, V
4,181)3.)
('INCINEATI, Jnuo 4
Db. C, w. Hobaci
Mr DrAR Rm : I am c!:iipons!njr aaccond In
ice pfyonrSioniacli Bittor aiiione the lar?o
iiinbar i,f men who d.iily arrivu at ihU Instiin-
, Ton for rafrenmont and ro.-t. Tlio imi vera al
j j,')n,nyK(
j whioii wffliot bo"
I Hii, ft"'' s0 s"'0,
li'tMV."!
that thoso l.Ktors aro the hot
vnrioni mirr.mi'r complaints
many, i know ot no rctno iy so
hiiI'o mi l so stto. rlaturoh saya, " I o rut a pliy
ftiuiuu what la aasy and what ih hard of digestion
ari l what will ajtco with the Ht miecn. u aooul
aiWi.i.lJ m to ankwhutla awoot .or bitlor,
Hr. l'orwns who look oil t for broakem- and
bave your Stomach Bitters iu tha hoUM! am
. ..V, ....... .... ...a nn, ,h. R,J ..I, nna lrt
iuren Inovornalc any oni tho fwlmli o'lestimi
p J!!rTVrt rXwiVurunT'
,inii- woraor t.Ti roryur i,atawi -rin i .
navi nmuy men hero wl.o liavi brandy rj.v3 -
crih0;1 tl,cI" ',P ,u
fur nJriejso than from
unra uu hul-Ii aro liLnellcial
tur roiejo than from any provimiy taken.
Powrlia who .losire a rcnliy puro Brandy cannot
' '
I ., Doctor, with mnoh rospoet
xour aorvain,
. mn . , a. .. j.
nw IT.SViLf rt"l'rLn, kJll I 'Ol I iniil'ii-rn
-i-.onici nd manufaotory, Ko. m, ss.bo,
aui Bi East Third etroo. For aali evoryw)ier
I'lsov. otu 18'iJ, mi. mo.
VOU WISH TO BE CURED:
DK.EUCHAISS
ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS euro In la than
80 d'w. the woret canes of NERVOUSNESS,
limikifcnoy, I'rotnatnro Deeny, Suinlnal Weak-Xe-
lnxunity, and ail Urinary. Soxua! and
H'cir.-ou9 ACicuons, no matter Irom wnat caure
fcduccil. l rice, One ltollar por hox. Ninw
iHif paid, bymuil, on receipt ol an order.
OnM Box will perfect the core in most eutw.
Addrowi. JAMES BUTLER
V ! Con. Au't,427 Broadway, New York.
( -JJ3pt 22nd If 64 Smo.
v; TO CONSUMPTIVE,
Cjiwrrroitive mlTcrera will receive valuable
proMs'ipiloftfor he cuse of Couiuinntion, Af
tlrt.u. BionchilU. und all throat sad Lnnir af
foclion,(froeofRev LDWARD A. WILSON
Wiuiambunrg, Kinfra .o.,
Sept. 29-64-8iuo Jkrlfork.
Special Notice, SEMI-ANNUAL STATEHENT New Advertisements.
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PROLAiilATIOM 1 1
" SHERIFF'S OFFICE,
i- McArthci, V.CaO. Oct. 20-64
. ARCH. NORRIS. Sheriff of Vinton
Cnmity, Sidto of Ohio, do hereby notify the
oial fi.'d E:i!i-tors of the coumy of Vinton
m.d Siati- cl Ohio, to owemble in their re-"7
T.ship.. at the usual places
holdoin elections, on
TupxJ.ti ( Re'mn tlo HA rfn-i nf T?n
rcrr.b'r,) A. D. 1&64,. "' --I
"
Ani then end I'ti-re proreed, ;as the law di-
reels to elect Twenty one electors ol Pres.
tent and Vice President of the United
States i jlt 0f the Constitution
the United States and of th:s State.
la testimony wnereof. I hare hereunto
set my hand nd seal, IhisTwentieh
day of October, in the rear ol onr;
, UA ." housand eight hundred
and sixty.fonr.and in the eightyjnlneloni
year of the Independence ot the Uui-
. ; ted States of America. .
; ARCH.NORRIS.Shff.V.C. '
( firt an ififii Wu rinm n.n,.i.
UCI..U,b , TM.UOlDlputy.l-.
, Peb, StAlt0 nVIl.eri.
3tn r.BB Vi c" I,'v,le,,
. , ,' '
A Lecture on tk Jfntsre, TrcntracMan
Radkl Cure of Swrmatorrhoe orJSi-ml-ln,,e,
;nal Weak new, Invsluiiury Kinissions. Sex
ual Uebiliiy.-und and ImpedimtaU to Mn
No. ruige Kim-rally. Nervousneis, Consump-
jti011 tidlepsr, and Fits; Mental anil. Phj-
iscal Incipaciiy, resulting Irom Sclf-Abusi
' n. POR I' 1 riMVFRWVtt MI)
B) ROB 1 J. CLLVtRW tLL, M.U.
Antboc of tne "Green Book,
Tlie wor'td .renowned auihor. in thli ad-
m,rl)0e lecture, cleitrly pruVts Irom hi own
. j that the tttt ful ciinaqueilC93 of
fcrlf-Abuse may be effectually removed
, without medicine, and without ilnneroul
' u'gii'al ipprations, bougies, insruintnt,
or tnrdiaU, pointinif out a eure at one
CerIuill tnd effectuil, by which every sutler
M.H.atsoccnUpur j er, no matter what his condition rm-y be,
may cure hlmalf cliMply, piivatley. ar.d rd
, m,, t1,,s LECTURB WILL PROVE A
CAtr.i8(ON TO rilUUdOl AHO THOaS-
AMJS. . .. '.
A LECTURE
TO YOUNG MIN.
Sent timlfr seal, to any address, in a
plain, Bcalcd envelops, on the ri-rwpt of six
r,'J"--:-"-i;; -v o
CHAS. J C. KLINE ftCo
127 Enwcry, New York P. 0. B:x 45s1
TREASURERS
NOTICE.
.
nil tbp xpa f -ltjirfmil nn thn itiinliriiM li
.. , i ., n, bfnr(, ti1K 9(1,l .,. uf ,,,.,.,
, I...I rt.L
, r-. .... ....
Bllu l,,r miiainurr uii ur uniuru uiu iium
duy of June ensuing. Incise of default in
: the December payment of Tbx on Chattel
1 ..ronprlv. the whtne of faiit Tux be.-ome dur
. ,, U rprt'iirp,! I.-. r.iwl h
. . . . ,. . r---- -
1'isirici or ouitTwioe, to roiicci t: e eniiro
lax of the veur, with penultr of five per
renUim ami cost en roiloctioii. Rc.il eslatj
on which t-ixea remain unpaid for 18 13,
will be sold the third Tuea lay of January
next for Wil li unpiiid Tuxeu an.l the entire
Taxes of 196-1. The Dooka are nn in my
hands, to receive Taxes at the T easurert
oflice McArlhur,
HENRY REYNOLDS,
Oct. 13,l84(5-.4iv , Treasurer V. Cq.O.
or,(1,cri)Cj rel efltato, hituated Iu r
et-Vlutn, to-wit : Tho ol half of
:t,,tqnarU-r , ofwution number k!j
'
! Ferrel widow of said Dirrlns Kerrel.on the 18tl
Ju!1'1P;'1l8G4i.'?, '"d l'Wijei. b-un-s,T.iv,
orfijJ$
ordet deseribixl. thenci sonth throe chsia
nd aiTinty-Sitrr (74)llnks? thence sooth for'y-
road four ixl fast a Wnlitut tree attb ant of
'Georfti R.Bblr lane;tbenoe llttli eonth of
east to-an apples tree aorons the road by the blot
cabin; theooe straight forward in the same di
i ."ljS tothMtion Hne; thenci north to iande
of. row,
Dd two trei oft thi north end the third row of
the apple trees on the east aide of thi orchard
ontll lebda abori doscribid. Said premise
Tappraiie,-anbjeot to said Dower Estate al
, Tcsue or Bxi.On. third 'oa.h In haBa,
thirdio six months and thiremairilng third
in twelve months,' with interest, on deterred
I aymsnt at nix veriiirt from dv ofiali.
i;8l! min-HtiW?'
I ; loiidm'r', . admlnisfrsMir ofihaea
Octij0th.Mw,. . tatata DirtnsJao.1
AUDITORS SUE.
OF
SCHOOL A Itl I ft I ST EH I A L
MINUS.
Thi Stale (f Ohio Vinton county.
The undome-ncd Auditor of wiid Vinton
ei-'Uiity, will i Hi r fi r mlo ut publiv auction at
the dnor ot ti e Court Ileum, Mo 4 rtbur, ih
buid countv, cn
Saturday Ochbcr 29th 1864. '
at. 1 o'clock P. M., on :,M 1aV. ;l:e fllowin
i raid ci.unty
of tho north
. . . .... V
,i'TA.llilnn.nnl,,Mn mum. p.,,... ..,..-
' W ix,0?' A00""1" e!,l,,-v ucru8' r"130'
l)l0 wcat half of thi north-euat oinrter, of xeo
I lion Townbbip nd I.anw nforoaili.I, cmitainiD
) eighty acres. Also, tho west half of tho Ponlb
eiPt quarter, of hci'tiuii, Towm-hip unu Ilane
uforcnaid, con'-itninjf iMfrhty acrua. , And
also, tho north half of tho Routh west quai
ter, and (ho ouUi half of the smith half
ol tlie north want quarter, of cocoon TownslilO
and Uunpe af'jrenaid, con oininj ono bundroi
and twenty acres, mora or Icja.
AppruiwU aa tcllowa, to-wit: Thi east,
half ot'lhe uorth east quartor, at aix dollars pr
arce; Tbu wcat half ot'tho north oast qnkrer,
at aix dollars por acre; And tho wot half of
lbi(outh euat, quartor, at foven dollar
per aorea; And the north lialf of the
tho aomh we quaror and liesonli half thi
sonrh half ofdre north we quartor, al'fiur
dollars per aero.
Each lareoljof Undmna bring (be appraieej
value lierof. .
Terms of r-ala, ono twelfth In card), and rhi
rcaiduo to elcvon oqual anmml in.ialmcnfMi wilh
iutore f rom tUa day of aalo to he paid annually
v A. N.COZJ),
Sep.. 22ndfi4 Aud'r Vinton Co. 0.
SALE OF HE.IL ESTATE,
BY OKDEIi OF TKOBATE COUET.
The State of Ohio, Vinton County.
ON the 25th, day of Noyember A.D.,18ii4, al
12 oVIocV M. will bo aold ou tho premeaos,
in Knox 7ownihip, Vinton County Ohio, to thi
highest biddor, the following real uetatoat thi
protertyof the estate ofDnniiia'Fcrrol, late ot
Dald-.Vinlon con nty deceased, to-wi'r: Bpgln-
nliiff; at the Aorth East corner of Soelini. No 64,
Tl iTty-four) tn Township Ten, Kanae fifteen
t'i lira Ohio " Cciinpany's pnrchuao, tbeoci 17
chains 12 liuki io tin south east corner of
la ida deeded to David Canny; thonea Nortk
tkirteiii and hall deg.' W est-tea chain a thirty
tovon links; theico south t.rree chuina and
eoyonty-fourrrnka; thence sootli fortythree and
tbrce-fonrtb deg. West twenty-tivo ehains, ton
links! thence to thi south lini of section num
ber thirty flra, (35,) thence west one chain fif
ty links; thence seventeen dog . west six chains
thirty links; thenco south fifty-six da-. thirty,
seven chains to the lino running ih rough thi
centor of aection hnmbcr thirty-four, (84,)
thence east twenty-three chains seventy-five
links to the second corner ontheeont Una of
said sociion : ther.ofl north forty-three chains to
the place of beginning, containing one- hiimlred
and forty-one and three-tenths sertssoid land
beinir situated in section tranrhef 'thirtv-foni1
(84,) aud thirty-five, (35,) snhjoet howovor to
! tho Dower Estate aHzned to the said Rioee

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