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Vinton County, O.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. (Presidential Election Tuesday Nov. 8, 1864)
For President of the United States
GEN, GEORGE B. M'CLELLAN,
OF NEW JERSEY.
For Vice President.
GEORGE H. PENDLETON.
For Electors of President and Vice President
For Electors of President and Vice President of the United States.
THOMAS W. DARTLEY.
JOHN L. VATTIEli,
WILLIAM J. GILMORE,
CHARLES N. LAMISON,
WILLIAM B. TELFAIR,
WILLIAM II. CRr.IGHTON,
JUDSON A. BEEBK,
EUWAKDS. SI OWE:
JAMES G. HALY.
HENRY C. MOORE,
JMES EM MITT,
CHARLES II. JOHNSTON,
ROBERT A. CONSTABLE,
OLIVER J. SWANEY,
CHARLES M. ATEN,
DAVID R. FA ICE,
SIMEON L. HUNT.
For Electors of President and Vice President of the United States. Money Wanted
To ill our friends who owe na on
Subscription, on Advertieraenfa or on
auy ot her account, we eay if in you r
power, call on as and settle op your
accounts. The receipts of our offiice
lor tho past two months has not met
tl ecxienseof puting out the rarer
e ninet have our carni ags in order
to get along io theae Lincoln time.
Pleatfo dont forgetthis.
To the Democracy.
We hope our friends and all citi
teua who are opposed to the re-e.'ec-tion
of Lincoln and the utter rnio of
onr Country, will not cease their ef
forts to effect a change in the admin
istration, until tho last ticket is de
posited in the ballot box on the Stb,
day of next month. No man should,
be disheartened at the result ofthe
late election. We reduced the ma
jorities of our epponunts by thous
ands since last year, thanks to the
sober second thought of the people.
Do not tiro in well doing, the day is
not far distant when all men will be
.roud of the election of MeCIellan nnd
Pendleton, and if every man does his
duty, who are in fact opposed to Lm
coin, MeCIellan will be the next Pres
ident as sure as the sun mee and seta
Do your bury, and Ohio will cast her
voto for Little Mac. and yon thereby
perpetuate yonr Constitution and the
Union, and secure Uweinga of Peace
to yourself and your posterity.
iwwgo along tj,0 wji0je jne flnd
[Fhr the McArthur Democrat.]
Keep it Before the People.
Tho folloirin we ruceived from a
eoldier fn m Vinton Coutty, in the
army of tha Potomac, who uesnren ns
it is true.
Keep it before the people, That
Old Abe gives us juet half enough to
Keep it befcre the people, that Old
Abo vetoed the tilltoraiee the sol
diers wages last April, and that Con
gress had to pass tho bill by a two
third vo;e before it became a law.
Keep it before the people, that
when the bill passed, to raise the
wages of negroes, Old Abe 6igned it
Keep it before the people, that nev
er before the passed year, could a lie
groe set beside a white man in the
Halls of Congress.
Keep it before the people, that o
uegro is oeiter in tue eyes ol this ad-
.1 ' ....
ministration, man a wuite man.
Keep it before the people, that Old
Abe feeds and takes care of tbe con
trabands and lets the soldiers families
Keep it before the people, that Old
X be birea school teachers for contra
band in this District,- while thous
ands of tbe soldiers children can not
eo to school for w?nt of clothes and
Keep it the letcre people, that Old
Abe i friend to tha negro tud death
to tho white man.
All this 1 know for myself, and
Major 1 ask you to publuhit in your
aeit issue. Jl the last election we
could not voto becauso wo bad no
Tickets,, plase send us eome for Lit
M. W. M.
Washington D C. Oct.l6-C4.
We wish to say to M. AV; M. that
ne lent him tickets, but suppose they
wore itoloo from the mails, as indeed
they hare been ia dozens of instances
We sent tickets io duo time to very
many in the army, that nevei got one
Oct 23, The new Constitution of
Maryland line been adopted.
General Sheridan reports anothet
victory at Cedar Creek, on tho 20th
instant. He claims that he took 50
pieces cfartilery rind abort 1 .J00
prisoners. Colonol Howard Kitchen
wounded. Many other ralnadlo of
ficers were killed ami wounded.
Giant o'eelaret-Miiridnn to be one
oi me aiicst of o.ii .era
The Federal l cpcs are- el;ma!cd at
5.000 in the battle of the lC!i:.
The loss of pn iit ii.v in Glafeov.
Missouri, from its capture Ly tho re -
bcU ia about 150. 000.
Tho rtbe'suuJer J'ticehuvorc
crofcstd the Mit-eonii Iiiytr at Dnrns
wick. Tl.cy hold a veiy coriBiihra
hle portion of tho State. . Mnnyof
Prices officers say they will never go
lack to Arkansas but will remain in
Lincoln bus appointed the lai-t
Thursday in Nov mler for a day of
thanksgircn ai d praiee.
Itissnid that General Curtis has
IH stand fiiTi M.i g ' T
if wi ta JmS TJ1Lr,Tpl'mi'nt
f Price is willing. Generftl Kosccrans
is ready to snpport Crriis.
Falsh , It is rot true, us rcprtseu
ieu ijits vin.caHueof inF tridar
tliat twelve l ame were hunt by the.ed
Copptrhrads in tti's c( iirfv. "
A Pointed and Eloquently
Patriotic Letter from Hon George H.
Pendleton Democratic Candidate for
New Yobk, October 22. Tim
lowing letter from Hon. Georee II.
1 endleton. Democratic candidate for
ice x resiaent. nrs just l een rrrriv-
ed by Don. John B. Ilaskin, of New
York, Chairman of the Drrrmrrntin
Executive Commiiffo. If ap
pear in the Sunday Mercury to mor
Cincinnati, October J 7,
itll 1'EAR CIK: 1 havo rrrpivpn .
your friendly lefhr. Malignar t rep
reeentations ard. falFrecnrfs am pm
frcqnent in onr ffrivplrs that I hare
rftrely Undertaken tO COrrert rr rnfntn
lmako no profepslnnfl of a new
faitli, and only repeat my reiterated ,
professions of an old ono when I sny
there is no one who cherishes a great- j
er regard for the Union; ;0 haa a.
(uglier sense of it6 inesfimMe benefits !
wlio would more rarneeHy labrr for,
its restoration, by all meaDS which
will elRM that rnd, than myFelf.
llie Lmon is the guarantee of peace'
power arid f he prosprity of the peo-
ple;nr,J no man would depneato j
more heartily or opjopc more persist-,
ently the eetaMifi.mer.t of another;
Governmrrt over any portion of ter-!
titoryever itbm itq 1,'oiitB.
1 am in favor of fXHcf ine no r.or rli-1
Jticns, ii.piMnngi:p..n no ternia not pre 1
scribed in the ConM:fuMon; an.1 I nm'
lopl-OHtd to m.y -i.,.!-,,. of f J icy which.1
w'll deiiiii th .-i.-etfiiliif I i'if :"t 'Mi.ii
Gcrcro.iji r:' U( ( n i?.iol 1. 1, i ca ii.ris '
ai:u in rs ton'mia! i,y. t
l nm. vorv irui'
v ( r r- vii
GEORGE H. PENDLETON.
The Election in Evansville
The Election in Evansville Indiana.
Tho Evnnsvillo 7.'w!s, . ; :
ol the elr-con i- u,r : v -
peijury, VmV. .'-muf oiinrv I
was sfarrped on i.,:miv a iip. ien
who never bad a reu'dence in Indinrn
bojs under ac;e swore in ii,.. - r -
votes, while others, not contrnt with
giving one vote and inrnrrirg the!
of one perjnry, repeated the!
dose twice or thrice- Omnibuspesj
and hacks vrera I nsy i.ll dy iaui:nir!
up, as invalids, theft- w ho bad ahead v
their votes, to rtptat tho vo'c
repeat tbe pen nrv. The vo" ot
Evansvillo itfcelf thows the prrs
npon its face Never wps enchjing
a vote heard of or dreamed oi in this
SnnvTir oflur Hi.iiiii.il M..f 'I.,
I,in inni?nAl ll.... A !!.
?'v7 ,UCV u i
"s Yc,u, ''un,lut "''i,,wn1
was aopatcnea io mm oy tne rrth.-
Washington, July 2, 1862.
Major-General George D. UlcClt
lam lam satisfied that yourself,
officers and men lave done tbe bent
yon conld. J 11 accounts say better
fighting was never dooa. Ten Ibou-i'1
The Election Farce In Indianapolis
We io rite the attention of tbe peo
plo to the following card, wine ap-
peard in tho Pittsburg (Pa.) Rtjpub
licamr, a German paper. It is Irom
a soldier of the 7th Pennsylvania
Cavalry, lie saya.
PITTSBURG Oct. 14, 1864.
I, GeoTgo Stumpf, member of the
7th Pennsylvania Cavalry, and at
tached to the music corps, do here
by certify, that although formerly a
resident of Pittaburg, enronto from
Atlanta to Pittbburg. was requested,
together with about 2,000 other sol
diers, by the officers at Indianapolis,
at which place we arrived at 4 o'clock
irOhe morning of election day. to voto
tbe Republican State ticket. A great
part of the soldiers were Germans.
At tho -depot were carriages which
took na to the olls, and many of the
soldier voted twice and three times.
We handed our votes into a window,
and nobody asked us whether we had
a right to vole or whether we fumer
ly i t sided iu the State. Afterwards
vc were treated wrthule and all other
thingc "ve migtit emand drink. 1
am convinced that every soldier c!
the 2 000 voted once, Bud many two
; or three times, although
to Pennslvvania. Ohio, Michigan.
Maryland and other States. Ucsides
; " i'1 Indianapolis also voted about
: 2,000 invidids' belonging to ether
Ktates. At S:30 P.M., started He
pohiieidof the Pennsylvania regiment
to Chnetilinu, and the soldiers of oth
cr States to other places.
7th Pennsylvania Cav.
PIPE LAYING IN INDIANA.
PIPE LAYING IN INDIANA. CARLYLE Ill Oct. 14, 1864.
To the Editor Chicago Times.
t the tiiii.-, and a leaky member
ot the League divulged that they
home. 'J he annals of rascality may
be scotched in vain for a precedent to
'the mens by which Governor Mor-
Inn nnricil Irwlinna At tli i-li.ptint
prostituted and disgraced Never
was a worse blow struek.ut tho vitals
of a republican form of government
than this mockery of an election in
Indiana. Is there no legal way by
which a remedy can bo applied? Shah
bucIi a frond, eteepd m the most
'awful villainy, bo allowed to win?
(This is a-mitiur deserving the serious
consideration of every voter. In the
mean tium the people of the Union
States owe it ro themselves to rebuke
at the coming election, the pm titans
who thus aim a .le-th flow at Hirir
liberties, and who .e proofing b
this rali-y. f they do not, their
mi -.ml o n.o i il..i! f 7-7,.ir.r.
The Union Ltauue oi this place
etni fifh en of its members to Indiana
ioTote, und tho Union Leaguo at
'' n'0"' at. Abolition town on the
of lure, ent nine of its meinhera.
Tho dejmituio ol these men a few days
before the eh ciion, and their return
aconoV ol Havs utter, wero remark
went there to vote, nnd that tueir ex
uses were paid by the League. It
believed litre that that the Union
:asriiei) a over t ie state sent .is
of their members to Indiana as
they conld pav tha expenses of. Per
hai s Michigan assisted Ohio, and
New York assisted Pennsylvania, in
the same manner. 11.
It was by such bold and shameless
frauds that a city which had, at tbe
last census, but 18.000 people, gave
8 000 votes and this, too, after furn
ishing an cmmcrAe number of sold
ern to tlm wur. who worn not at
TC.win ti-no fia cliitflvn IVntioltio c.
Inertesting to Those Who Desire
Hop. Robert O. Wiuthron, Mhk:-;ic1mi
Rf;,ts a mott eminei t O'j line ' i.ir
ftiifupman, in a epeeeii rtli"'h he ij
oov)? ivMdo at New Haven, Counct-
A BIT OF TESTIMONY FROM THE SOUTH.
intpree-r and importance. A
im ng the refugees from Atlanta, im
guilt mtdiat-.-lv al'ier its capture, there
cftlEe v :tb'u vr Uhob, not many days
8? tt V-n ''f t'l(l '''6t estimable
ni!i ixetbti.l character, who had en
given 'jojed tbe best vpportiiDitics of under
and ii'ding tbe Southern heart. Ar.d
what, waid he, do you think, on be
fnud interrotat-'d as to the prospects
'of ,,ie 't'tutef i can give you hia ro
city." marks fiom themoft authentic source.
'I Li-r n. friends, that I hav, n!
i y ("( trtined you too long. My
- !i fin ngtli certainly, will hardly
(mi.! out loiiptr. even if your Judul-
g--' '"' r!- '("r paiidice he not al
exhausted. Lut I must not
! leave of you without givin
'' - & li'-tie jiiece of testimony ofthe
Ui-y were coiiircnnicated to me by a
? , . . .. . . "J "
. ' : HIV
Bordt-r States. Mf Mr. Lincoln is ro
ilteted.'Eaid he .the neonle ofihp
gooli, wnl fig,,, jor lllirtv f(jr
they feel that they can do Lolhine
better: Diu if iucuieiian ia elected,
an overwhelming Union paity
will te formed in the South, that
peace will be tho almost immediate
result.' (That's so.' Lond cheers.)
6peak,'said he, 'tbe. sentiments of
the people, not the officials. Tbe
leaders of tbe rebollion are anxious
for the ro election of Mr. join, a3
giving most hope of the ultimate suc
cess of the rebel cause. I3ut the
people,' he added, 'respect MeCIel
lan, and believe in his honesty, ca
pacity, ai.d patriotism; and being
heartily tired of the war, they will be
willing to trust him." (Cheers.)
Th 08j who desire so early peace
and the restoration of the Union, who
meaa to tote to that end, will ponder
upon and heed the statement of Mr.
Wiuthrop. It is, beyond all doubt,
correct. If the people of the North
are not struck with a madness and
blindness exceeding any thing ever
known iu tha history of the race, tbey
will with a vote approaching to unan
imity expal tbe dynasty from power
that is a bar to future reunion, and
whoso contiuuance simply means in
definate and fruitless war, sweeping
conscriptions, oppressive taxrtion and
an lrredociuHblu public debt.
Senatcr Sumkcb, in a recent speech
at Fuucvil Hall, said:
Tho President waa clearlv rinhr
when, in a recent letter, he declared
'hat liioiiM Acci:rr no terms of
l-KACE VaicH DID flOf liECIN Wl III TUB
Mr. SiV.N'Eit is an ardent and on-thut-iabtic
supporter of Atbauym Lincoln.
Dr. M. D. Jayne
LATE OF PHILADELPHIA,
Will bo in McArther cn mor.day
Oct 3lst,and Taosday Nov. 1st, 1804
at Ilu'.bert's Hotel.
To be consulted by those dotiro:id,
of all DISEASES OF THIS CLIMATE.
liis peculiar a:ulty to detect and lo
cate diseades without information
from th6 ait;ent, has astonished ma
ny persons within the last few yoara.
Having availed himself of the vari
ous fields of City, Hospitals aud coun
try Practice, he is enabled to accom
plish many cures, nnd to restore to
health Buucrcr who have hitherto im
plored the succor of the medical
world iu vain, and many diseases in
which ordinary skill has proved too
feeble, it has bevn bis good fortune
Dr Jaynr has practized medicine
for thu past twenty years, and has
cured as many patients in that time
a? any Physician in this or any other
Ilia Medicines are free from all
mineral poisons 1 pleasent to take,
aod acts as a nutrative element, cre
ating a new lile and animating
throughout the whole system. His
treatment is entirely new, and per
fectly safe mild, yet efficient. La
dies and gentleman suffering from
Neuralgia, Rhematisni, or any form
of Nervous Diseases, for you there is
Consumption treated on a new and
successful plan, with a specific reme
dy. Tho following diseases are among
those to which he devotes his atten
tion most particularly.
Dyspeps:a, Liver Complaint, Uron
chilis, Conjuinption, Cancers, Ulcers,
Old SoreB, Female Diseases, which
Hie to tiumerous t clasify, Sick and
Nervous IiHadach, Scrolnla, Dropsy,
Epih'i'sy, Fits, Diseases of the Heart
and Lunge, Diense ofthe Spine, Pal
pitation of tho Hi-art, Fistula, White
Swelling' removal of all kinds of Tu
mors.Chn nic Diarrhea.Disease ofthe
Kidney, Ear and Eye, which are treat
ed on a plan peculiar to himself;
Piles, and all Djseaso of the Rectum
cured without yu or operation ;
Rii-ninatism, Neuralgia, and the
wlioio tiain of Nervous Diseases.
A speedy cure warranted iu a'.!
Diet-ncs oi i n syphilitic or venereal
chant-Li, without himlrenco ftum
Vnsir'fs or exposure to i'rictkU ; an-l
a!i Mercurial Syphilitic diseases
the ekin and i !
od. Seminal Weak-
sio.8. inue.i. K b ol yoitth an i uu
rarity. In v. :..d- suff. ring wit'- isiy
distuse vim! ,lo well tuivi- ! u an
early call. EXAMINAT10X K: EE.
LATE OF PHILADELPHIA, Special! Notice,
Editor of Democrat.
Dear Sib : With yotu permission I wish
to eay to the readers of your paper that 1
ivill tend, by returned mail, to all wishing
it (free), a Jiuccipe, with full directions
for making and using a timple Vegetable
Halm, that wilt eflVtually rcmov in ten
days Pimples, Blotches. Tan, Fo.ckles and
all lmpuntias of the ski-i. leaving the same
soft, clear, smooth and beautiful :
I will alio mail free to those having bald
heads, or bare fiices, simple directum and
information that will enable them starts
full growth of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers ot
a Moustache; in less then thirty days.
AH applications answered by return
mail without charge.
THOS: F: CHAPMAN Chemist
Sept. 22-64 831 Broadway New York-
A CEMEDY FOJ? TILES.-ltis a blessing
th sofforing to know that we have an efi'e it
cure for this truly tronblesomo deceise. 11.
P. llazarde, of 164 Second St. Cincinnati, L
ta'ea great pleasnre In informing all who are
suffering with piles thai ba used a small quan
tity of Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy, and it el
fee'ed a permanent cure. This seems to ba th
ease with all who make use of this splendid pre
paration. It is manufactured at No. 6 East
Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O, and sold by al)
Editor of Democrat. FAIRBANKS GREENLEAF & CO
Editor of Democrat. FAIRBANKS GREENLEAF & CO SEMI-ANNUAL STATEHENT
Ofth tendUion pftheTrery ofVIntoa
School wid School Hon.
Towntblp tod To n.lil
InUrest on Section 29
HENRY REYNOLDS. Treasurer.
cooDtr with tat iKtint illBU tit yi.
434 T ii
u e? s
ii ar i
- tlH23 If
A, K C0ZAD, JuditorV. Co.O
Sept.- 8th l8fi4.
FVISEASESOFTHE NERVOUS. SE-
XJ WINAL, URINARY AND SEXUAL '
SYSTEMS new and reliable treatment
in reports ofthe HOWARDS ASSOC I A
TION Sent by mail in sealed letter ene
log, free of charge. Address, Dr. J, SKIL-
LIN HOUGHTON. Howard Assoriation,-
3 South Ninth Street, Philadclphia.Pa-
A SUfElIIOR EEMEDY. Weumi consolon-
ttdualy recomtnond to tho MifK-rinsr from a
itiitres'i"(r cangli,, Dr.St'iuklaud'il Mellifluon.
eoiiffii ummin. it give renoiuiiu.wt ininnt-
noom, and lawful not diMrooRi i o t
nnlmtwonaofthabflHt tiraiirlir.n in
in i . .
Dt nnt tho sieiiumoiia
undisall that Sis pro.riotorluimi tor it. Wo
hnvotriedlt duniR thepnst wcok. ami fomid
relief from a most dittrawiin? coucn. Itlipre -
pared by Dr. StriiskUnd, o. hast mirtii
tlrcet, CinclnnaUi, 0., and for sale by Drag-
nusi at ou uciiin por Dottle.
ITiE OONFESS'ONS AKD EXPERIENCE
Or AM INVALID.
Tnlili. lied fr.r the benefit, and tin a CAU
TION TO YOTJStf MEN and ethers, who nf
for from NeivouH Debility, Premature Docay
of Munbood, &., Hupplyina at the name t!ma
Th Means or Srxr Cwr. Hyono who has
ouied himself after undunrolni e, ni,ln,l,ln
ouakory. l!y enclonng a pnxtpaid adilrewod
cnvolopo single oopiea may ba bad of tho au
thor. HATHA KIEL M A YFAIB, Eqr
Broonlyn, Kings tVj. N. Y,
A Card to the Suffering.
SWALLOW" two or throe hogshcadu o'B!lc
Ini," "Tonlo liijtors" "SarHnparillii,'
"Kcrvom Anti(tntcn," ac. &c, and alter you
are untuned with fbt result, and nno box of
OLD liOCTOlt ;Ue!II AN F.XI,ISII SPECI
FIC PILLS and lc.i.-torod io hea'th nnd
vigor in Iokk than thirty daya. They aro pure
ly veifoluhlo, .lMent to take , prompt and hjI
titry in tlioir etf.'cts on the broken down and
nhattored cufiHtitution. Old und younj? onn
takothem with nvarilaue. Imported aud told
ia tha United Stares only b
JA8. 8. h'J TLK?,
No. t.l Brcadv.-fcr, .Vtw YorV.
t"A)tcnt fi t thu L'i..teA States
T. S. A llox ofthol'iiM, sciuroly packed,
will bu mni'ed to any s'drssiuii receipt (.f
price, which is ONE HOLLA It, post paid mon
ey refunded by tho Agent if entire sutibfoction
is not Riven.
Kept 22nd 1S84 3mo.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. CINCINEATI, June 4, 1863.
US. V. W. UOBACK
Mr Dear Sir : I am dispensing asecond In
oico of your Stomach Bittern among .he largo
ninber of men who daily arrive at this Instiiu
Ton for rufroiinmont and rest. The universal
eiitimony is that those Bittors aro the host
madi). Kor the various miinmor complaints
which afflict so many, I khow of no remedy so
safe and so sure. Plutarch says, "To auk a phy
sicinn what i easy and what is hnrd ofdiifcstion
and what will agiee with the stomcch. is about
senM la as to adk what is sweet or hitter, or
sour." Persons who look out for breakers and
have your Stomach Bittern in the huuxo lain
uro will novor ask any ono tho foulixh question
poken of by tlu great pliilosphor. 1 must not
smnia word or two for yonr e'atawba Brand .
havo many men her who hava brandy pre
scribed tor them by distinguished Army Sur
geons.. The effect o.f yours ou such aro bencflciul
far mule so than from any previously taken.
remoiia who'lesire a really pure Brandy cannot
fail in their purchase if they get yonr bran.
I an, Doctor, with muck respect
O.W.D. An iihkw, Superintendent
t Office and manufactory. Nos. 50, 53, 60,
and D'i Emit Third ttreo. For sulo everywhere
Nov. 6th I803, alt. mo.
DO YOU WISH Tl) Ilii CURED:
ENGLISH SPECIF Hi PILLS cure In lens than
SOduys, the worst cnes of NEKVOUSNES8,
Impotenry, Premature Pc-ay, Suminal Wcak
hess, t.anity, and all Urinary, .'-exnal and
Norvous AHVitiuns, no matter from what oaure
prcducud. Price, One JJollur por box. Sent,
post paid, lv mall, on receipt of an order.
Oiiol'ox will perfect the cure in most cases.
Address. JAMES BUTLF.it
Cicn. Asr't, -127 Broadway, New York.
Sept 2'JnJ U'ti- 8mo.
Cmsnmptlve riirToreM will receive a valnahlo
presc'inilon t'er tho cusc of Conmmnlion. A.
thi:.a, Bioncliiils, and si throat and Lung af-
raotiun, (freo of Kev EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co.,
Sept. 29-Cl-3io New York.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE. McARTHUR, V. Co. O. Oct. 20---64.
I, ARCH. NORRIS. SherilTof Tinton
County, Slate of Ohio, do hereby notify the
qualified Electors of the couniv of Vinton
aridSlate of Ohio, to assemble in their re-1
epective Townships, at the usual places of
holding elections, on
Tuesday (Being the 8ifi tfay of No
vernier") A. D. 1SG4,
. ,1 , , , , :
And then and there proceed , as the law di-!
reels to elect Twenty-one elector of Pre.
and Vice President ofthe United
State in puranance-of the Connitutioo of,
ih IT, ia f?(i .n, r;. c luuo Ul
toe United SUtts and of this S. urn
la testimony wnereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and seal, thiaTwentieh ;on
day or October, In the year of onr
Lord one thousand eirht hundred
Lord one thousand eight hundred i
sad aixty-four and in the eiahtyMne '
year of thelndependenee ofthe Uui
ted States of America.
ARCH, NORRIS. fihff.V.C.
Oct. 80,J54 Wjt, Qois Denuty.
!ual Uebiliiy, and and Impediment lo Mar
No. iraige senerally. Neryousneaa, Consiimp
JVII PCLHMD 15 A Sliir EllVIlOM.
Finer Six Cixte.
A Lecture ou ike Nature, Treatment ant
Radical Cure of Spermatorrhoea or Semi
nal Weakiien, lovaluntarr Einieaions.Sex
lion, bpuep, aou rns; meniii ana rnj
iseal Incapacity, resultin? from S.'lf A!m
&c. B) RO OT J. CULVER WELL, M.D,
Author of the "Green Book,"
The world renowned anthor. in thii ad-
mirab! Lecture, clo.irlv r)rof from hi own
...:.,. ,k., ,k. ..fi r,UUMiiM.ir
PT,c."ce trial me awlul COnsequeBCMOt
Bell-Abuse may be Cectually removed
without medicine, and without ilnnjerom
svulcal pera'.ious, hon(rie3, insrument.
,. 0I cordials, poiniine out a curt at ona
certain and efll'ctu'il, h, .vliio.ti every iuffer-
er.no matter what his 'j-.i.iiiimi maybe,
may cure himsalf rhea .i.iv .tlev. and rad
ically. THIS LECTURE U'ILL PROVE A
BOOM TO MOUSANDJ AS J IHOUS
ANUS. Sent under teal, to any aildrcsi, in a
plain, sealed envelope, on the rrreipt of six
i.vnta r twn nnsi J
LenlS cr lw(?.Posl.e 'i
nun. by addresine
127 Bowoiy, New York F. O. Box 45a"
f Nil T O
The laws of Ohio require that one half f
all the Taxes churned on the dnnlimt t
paid on or before the 20tli day f Lveemhf r
miu nic reindinner on or do tore trio
day of June ensuing. In cjms of ilti'.iu!'. in
the December payment ot Tax on Chattel
property, the who of said Tax become duft
and the Treasurer ia required to proceed by
District or otherwise, to collect ti e entirt
Tux of the t ear, with penalty of flv (.er
centum and cost en collection. Real rtaH
on which taxes remain unpaid for ISi2,
Vill6e8old the thiid TiieaJay ofJmiu i'.v
nnt for wuch tmpnid Taxes ami the entire
Taxes of 1864. The Booka are un.v in my
hands, to reeeivo Taxes at the T eiisurera
Oct. 13.1840-.4w Treasurer V. Co.O.
SCHOOL A iniMSTKKIAL
The State of Ohio Vinton county.
The Undenigncd Auditor of said Vinton
county, will iHer for i-ale at pnblie auction at
the door of the Court Houmj, Mo t tbur, in
said county, on
Saturday October 29th 1864, '
aU o'clock P. JL, ousuid day, Iho following
diK-ribcd real estate, situuteil in raid county
of Vinton, to-wit : The east half of the north
ea-Ht qnurter, ofsection number sixteen, ( 111,)
of Township number ten, (It),) in Kauge num
ber suUion, (ID,) containing eighty acres, also,
tbe west halt of tho north-east quarter, ofsco
tionTownship and Kango aforesaid, containing
eighty oeros. Also, the west liulf of tho South
east quarter, of Section, Township and Bang
aloresuid, containing eighty acres. And
also, tho north half of the n,uth west qua!
ter, and he south half of the south half
of the north west quarter, of section Township
ana Kange ufuresaid, eon aining ono bnadroi
aud twcu'.y acres, more or less.
Appraised as Allows, to-wit: Tha east,
nail ol the north east quarter, at six dollars per
arce; Thu west half of tho north east quarter,
atsix dollars por acre; And the west half of
tha south east quarter, t seven dollars
per anres; And the north half of tha
tne south west quaror nnd ho south half tha
aoutn half of tho north wort quarter, affsur
dollars per acre.
Each pareel.of land mnfc bring the appraised
Terms of ealo, one twelfth In casb, and the
residue i in eleven equal annual insialments, with
iuterost from tlie day of sule to be nuid anuuallt
Sep.22nd-6I xud'r Vinton Co. 0.
inn, lueuuo IUII6 SOUtfl CI
east to an apples tree across the road by tbe e'd
ebin; thence atraight forward iu tbe same di
ident !r1eontotb9ect.io,1Iu'; thence north to laid.
?9 , 1 , VfDD?J ,tnenM o th
P'ce of Vginnlng. Also the fruit offfwo row
gd to trees off tha north end the third row of
tha apple trees on the ast aide of th orchard
tlia '"V1 abov.A dsscribod. Said premia
SALE OF HEAL ESTATE,
BY OP.DEB OF PROBATE COURT.
Vie State of Ohio, Vinton Cotinti.
ON the 25th, day cf Koverabor A.D.,1804, a
12 o'clocl:,M. wid bo soM ou the premesaa,
in Knox 7ownship, Vinton County Ohio, to tha
highest bidder, tiia fi lli.inij rr:il estateos tbe
property! ofthe estttt oi'I:niiu Ferrel, lute o(
said Vinton countvdi.ce.iiwd. to-wO? ni.
ning, at the North East corn-i of S-.-etiun Ko 4,
(TUrty-four) In Township ion. liue fifteen
iu tho Ohio Company's purchase, thence 1?
cnains 12 links i the nvvth
ei-.si corner of
ids deeded to David Ginnv
thirteen and a half deg. West Ua ihains thirty.
wven iinKs, inence south t.irte ahalua aud
seventy-four links; thence south fortytbree and
three-fonrih dog. Wost twuiity.t-vo chains, tta
links; thence to the south liuu of section num
ber thirty fivs, (35,) thence weal ono chain fif
ty links; thence sevouteen deg , west six chain
thirty links; thence south fifty-six dog. thirty
sovon chains to the line running through th
center of aeotion nnmber thirty-four, (34 )
thence east twenty-three chains seventy-fiv
link9 to the second corner on the east line of
said section; thonca north for'y-thrce chains to
the place of beginning, oontaiuiui c:;n hundred
and forty-oneand three-tenths aores.sdid land
being situated iu sections nu.-iVr. thirty-fonr
(84,1 aud thirty-five, (35,) auljuut however te
the Dower Estate assigned to tbe said Re m
lerrel widow of said Dtrrhis Ferrel.on tl.e 13-h
4n? June.A.D., 1S64, in said preuisy. boun.
Ifili.uSr", toWowa, to-wit: Begin.
sain oraet aesenned, thence south three obaim
and seventy-four (74 )links; theace south for'y
three and throe- fourths, dog. weit along th
road four rods past a Walnut tree at ths en z of
...,.. ,m. ... r..,,iimu nil i lands is
:7c7ip mwj,Btt Jwt to "JDower Et44
.'... . .
oj th" in fixmoTthsVab.
twelve months, with Inter
i irib nw ntn a m r mt wm m
VHM IB am uu
Interest on detarraA
jmpn- si six twreeni irom day of tale.
D.8. DiVA, AU'j
aialalstraior of ihe