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"I bog of you to assist me in this
"I bog of you to assist me in this crisis with your ability and your
experience. I am entirely tired
out."
It wn tlie cry f "lJcl ten OussinB
ii 1 sink.' "Assist mo in this crUia,"
iltiCLllun, or I bim let.?,. .
With the dignity of ft ntu'estntin,
iul the stA'inniiy l patriot, Mc-
UUlun . rcj'lifd iho w:emiii it
pravo, and uciniuius jjrivo na-asusi'S.
'i'Uii iiaetri.):i iit thu alv;itiun of the
country. O.ir lusa on xiplciday
Rinonnfo-I t V hrrceii MiotmCtnl men.
Wi; cannot nrt'-ni Mich l.o$i-s with
oiit an (il)'Ct. J nh U Ui up ai' niht,
RM'l roaly t obey any ordcra you
; On kianii!'' Hint Jlct k-it.tu wiw
willing to take eoninimJ ol the unity
Riuru' of liin coinm hia iiastutiel to
Kiiri 'pnd ' B;til : (J :ii.-tal yon Inivu
liccV grisly wronc-J, ami it you
Pilv L'rcoln iv!ay !m will curss you
to morn. w.
""'AlcOhllHn reiliel,' lt is not of my
teclf, hut of my' country I think ; the
Viftd conduct of others 1ol'b not rolcuso
Uie front iloinu my duty "
"' h the iid ol S iti'ii)hv'r,'jn8t three
''ays niter the memorable order luui
Jhcni' civen, limiting McCIellan's
cotrfmand to onu liiuulrt-d men, the
'following or !oT was issued :
'"Mnj.ir (iiitural MufJIellim will
have'commuinl of tlio dofensoa of
Wnsliingfnn, mil ull ilia t'roopa for
thri ilofetiaa of tho Capital."
Theao rapid events ; the supercili
ous and Insulting Krrogiinuo on one
day upon the trt of iIij authorities
.thcit'alject tear and severity on the
( next ;.. tliu dogradition ot an oflL'ur
on o" J day, , to bo re-elevatod by
thoso.wlio eouht to dnj;tado him on
, ly hro dniya afterwanis, stan 1 out
,' in swell by(d relief, from tho picture
'.of the. times, that they requiro no
COUllHtUt.
SOUTH MOUNTAIN AND ANTIETAM.
Tho iiiomuiit McGlelkn resumed
cviinmaud el t!ic army, -i if hy magic
" diseiplino nnJ coidiJtneo were res;or-
ctl, and an carnott desire to avcugo the
Vleieat'ol Lincoln nnd I'opo at Dull
KdH'iUtiftiateil every heart.. And twit
" M'oeka tll'ienvftrd were (ought and
won tho . 'cvi ivniemonible batt.ea oi
' South Moantain and Antietam. Leo
I biH hnrriinl across the I'obmac : se-
curity was ro eatahlislied at'Execu
tivo Minnton," and tho 'escape boat
.of President Lincoln was allowed to
lot otf her steam. And passing at
one bound froin despair to arrogance
the rescuod rG nnmanJer-iuOuief" re
coiiunerjCvid hia .persecution of Mc
Olellan.' He was again superceded.
Hirnai.lu toik; ouitnmd : a cain-
- I:ti rrt. waa caiomnnced on the plan of
- Uv-'iH'rai . uuiuoiii, nuu my uiooi.wi
' of Fredi'fc'- sliurg was tho roault.
.1.11 I. v.. I.
Jiitritsnie was. romovi'i ; uuunm i
command. ; Tho military genius of
'Lincoln was l in Hie Baoendunt, and
4lio ilisasteCof.tiie Willderuess follow
ed. .
SOLDIERS SHOULD VOTE FOR M'CLELLAN
' The if'in'ukiii'ni of General Mc
UJulhm was a'' merited com pli roan t
liaid to the ariiiv a generous recog
iiitioti of the heroic devotion ; of tho
.toldierti tn our country's flig. And
' while tiio Djuiocraey in this practical
'. manner have proved their friendship
,(r tllOTsraVU OOys WHO -ue'uuuuu iv
' the Imgte'a cull tlu Republicans
' have studiously' Blighted tho army by
r'ofu.-ing to nominate Grant, or Slier
man, or Hooker, or Kosencrana, or
any other ot Hie brave meu wiio have
t - I 1. -, . HHt Kit KfUtH
' IWUH'Ii lWI-C't 'M vrwtj ...........
. Mcdullao. in accepting the nomi
; natioii,. raised alolt tho BUra and
btripes, tt-iih the thrilling battle cry
gleaming on ita fo'ds : 'the union
MIST litt l'KKSKliVEI) AT ALI, IIAZZAD3;"
ijuctuB.tiiu allying cry of tho Dem
ocratic, party, and will nut the gallanf
, hew in the, ui':ny echo back tho
ftluiiit-;Tui Union mcbT pk ruius-
AKD ATjM.L II AitZABDS
Will true
. JusurtejI.ddiiTs be induced to vote
afiainst;a. gallant comrade ? For it
iioldiers' will not stand hy each othor
where'eau they expect to tind friends!
TUB riI.inKKS mum ii '""I
" Wheii the Jaws o! tr.a cstato an
'tirone thenoldier lo vi te, ti.nnh ab
Bent iv. tlio fi td ; no ctricor, not even
tho (JoirjmHndcr ir Chief, has a riht
to Ui'trlerii with his choice, ajid any
. Atrehipt to so interfi-re fihould bo bold
' ' tfsijted and ixpoBcd.
It is the duty ot the soldier to obev
' all militaiy ordera, hut the right to
vote in the right of iroeman, and 8ol
"'.diva ehould n-1 allow theuiaelAes to
' b3 Treated as Blaves.
' ' President Lincoln haa catiftod ofli
wrsto bu ditiuisBed foi voting the
. ' Democratic ticket, and bv 6ch act ol
' truauy lie insu.t.d tho whole aimy.
Yet hit own part, I love a good sold
ier without regard to his politics, but
1 would reirrot to Bee u brave man
' . Vote ngaiot a comrade .
While in the service, I had an oili
''Vifj'EJwin Baundera. For more than
a war he was witu me. aauy, annosi
,: 'LioitrlyV-"W waifaithfel and brave,
: .and died like a soldier on: tho difeta.nl
' ... .in ' . fll- t - 1
7lClu8 or worgia.' io.inis nioiueuj, i
tjo not kiuw what wore. hiBlolit.ice
" but prin t her Republican or Dtmo'ciot,
'may j-papo rest with his ashes inny
boaor live with his natae." 1
M'CLELLAN AND LINCOLN.
Iii what doee tho position of .Mc
Chllaa differ from that of Lincoln as
to thenar? McCWlan.sayg that 'the
Univti must bo preserved at all !iaz
Ziirds." And lie further says that the
Uuiot). i8 the one condition of peace."
According to McClellan,' if the
Southern States will acknowledge tho
thu . eupremaey ot tho Constitution
and return to the Union, peeco will
bo made. But Lincjoln declares that
there eliu'.l bo neither peace nor Un
ion until" the negro is plnccd upon an
equality with tho with man.
Lincoln's tirst step was to mako no
groes tho comnules of white soldiers,
and to dress them in tno eame uni
form, thereby establishing u hadgo ol
equality. And as a eec iu stej
llenrv Ward Deechrr. one of the
ablest and inobt inllucntial of Mr.
Liuculii's supporters, has written a
pamphlet entitled Miacegonatiou"
that is, Amalgamation and on page
tii ho 6avs '
"Tho only anomaly in onr black
army ia that it lias whito olfioers.
This will disuppear as tiaio i nnses hy
and tho black, private and iioncomtnis
sioued ofiieers showa bravery and
mL ill enough to lead men not only of
hia own race, but men of the white
race. Jt will he a sad misfortune
if liis icat should end without a
laltlu lciny fought ly a black Gen
eial in command of a vihite or mix
ed body f tioojx."
And there can bo no doubt that
audi arc tha sentiments of President
Lincoln. "'
. Wendell Philips, tho fi'o leade of
tho Ilophhlican party, lately declared
m a speech, that
'Obio must bo forced to Btriko
down every bar against tho election
oi black men to- any and all otli
ces."
' And I'tObident Lincoln has rel'ustd
to allow TonncsseH. ylrknusas - and
Liiiifliana to return to tho Union, up
on thcir'apjilicatiora, iinlcBs tiiey first
abolish slavery.
Before you vote, think of this.
AFTER PEACE, WHAT WILL BECOME OF
THE SOLDIERS?
Thoao who desire to do bo', will re
turn to their homes, honored and re
.jpectod for their patriotic services in
ie nelu, while thot-c who reier a
military life will 11 rid a brilliant ca
reer vptn lor them, among tho orango
grovea of Mexico, where they can he.
come the delive rcrs tf that beautdul
land from the throldrou of France
and Austria.
M'CLELLAN WILL, AND LINCOLN CANNOT
RESTORE THE UNION.
, If McUlellan ia, elected, Louisiana,
Tennessee, Arkansas, iS'orth Carolina
and Georgia, will ho at o iCo restored
to the Union, and J-uvia and ins con
spiraturx will go to Europe.
But :f Lincoln should bo elected,
tho Union cannot bo restored, for ho
is pledged to a policy which will keep
up a . guerrilla war faro' for twenty
year3 alter tno rejol ainuca.iiavc.
been destroyed.
GLORY OF THE ARMY DEPENDS UP—
ON THE RESTORATION OF THE UNION AND
THE CONSTITUTION.
Success gives eclat ; while failure
oven it unavoidable, casts a bhadc up
on thoso who seem to have failed.
Now, it we fail to rtst're the Union
us it was, it will bo tho fault of Presi
dent Lincoln, but tho blame will fall
on you and gloom tho glory you have
fully won. Supposa that Great Brit
ain bad succeeded in preventing the
independence of tho American Col-
I 1 M. 1 111.
omea. now prouci jro ciay wouia ue
the deecendeuls of tho British soldiers
who touglit in timt war. Jjiir. now.
in consequence ot our 6iiccess, tuey
.ipolig zo for their grand sire s deeds.
For our triumph we are mainly in
dchtcd to two things -the'' wisdom
and goodness of Washington; and the
wickedness and folly of King George,
who .lost tho'colonies . by refusing, t;"
adopt tho .'. policy of .Chatham and
BurKe to unite force with concilia
tion. Hence tho' glory' of the atrriy.
depends uion the election of JcChill
an, for by hia election alono can' the
Union bo restored. '
Tho ' hearts of the ' soldh'ra beat
warmly for tho ' Union6b doca Jc
Clejlan'a They nro proud of our flag,
and bo ia ne.- Ihoy wiah the rebell
ion put dowo, an l he declares that it
shall bo dono. In : a word, if yon
vote for iJcClellan, yoo will vofe for
the Union, while if you vote for Lin
coln, ytn will ' votj lor negro Gener
a'a and
HIS OLD COMRADES LOVE M'CLELLAN.
Now soldier3, I wish to ask you a
question. . If a general is roved and
trusted by bis comrades, after a hard
lought campaign, ia it not conclusive
.evidence that he is a triioman and a
good soldier ? Well, it ia notorious
ithat JLjClo'lan'a old coinra Is Worship
liiui, ai.d why JB rfuUSG he,loveafhem
because in battle ho 'shared their dun-
Utv, and on. the march and in the bie
n ' .. i i . i
vphc, v;:eir , uaicisnip3. . necauso lie
was h'a'u.ialibd froii'f,li'i3 arrriy in con
sequenco of ; the' love they brtre him.
'Because whcii Infamously deprived
01 (JiS.euiuiiiiiLHi hiij'buiiii in uiogiciui;
to Alexandria, while -his noblo army
wits plaoed under the command of
Fope ; becaaso. I 8ay whea ho heard
j the guns of his aoldiera cugflged in
'distant battloJhe imnlorod the man
who had wronged him, to bo allowed
to go to the field that 'ho might 3linre
Mid fate of hi &oldkra, if not allowed
to -command, theia. Be ca nee after
Lincoln re fused, and our gallant army
was routed, aiid AlcL'lellau was
again placed in command, ho went
forward to meet and greet Id's old
comrades, and when, tho lad tidings
reached them, that 'L'Ulo )ac," their
much loved, and mncli wronged, com
mander waa. again to load them, the
air waa reut Tith glaJ shouta of joy,
and toara streamed dowu tho face ol
many a brouzed veteran. Nor waa
this all, Ilu sealed their devotion by
avenging Lincoln's . blunder and
LVpo'a. disgrace at Bull Knn ; and
when they 8iW their late victftfa driv
en lioadlo'ng ncosa tlio Potomac, :hey
regarded JcClellan, as tlio soldiers
of Whalmi&ton andNapoleon regard
od theiii with unbounded conSJenco
and lovo.
M'CLELLAN IN MEXICO.
r I am sure, coiniades, that Bomo of
you wero veterans beiOro.you be
piimn of niro. and that von will bo
n i -- --- rf
glad to hear a few words aa to the
early career of General McClellan.
llia'famo ia youra, and you and lie
should ftand together. Ilia first ser
vice waa a Zientouant in .a company
of engineers, .during our war with
Mexico. . Ilo soon became tho favor
ite of his company, as ho ia to-dny tho
idol of tho army. ;
Arter.tho arrival of Scott at Pne
bla, young McClellan wcut out alono
to make a recoun'oiBance. ' On reach
ing tho summit of a hill, bo found
himself within a few yafda vl a Mex
ican ollicer, who, like himself waa
alone making' observations. The
Mexican was tall guant and hanhsome
and had hia uamo been Zincoln, one
might suppose that Bomo freak of for
tune had placed him id tho Presidcn
tiul 'chairso closo waa the resemblance
between thoao two distinguished sol
diers. A mutual demand to surren-
waa made, yhich resulted in a hand
to hand conflict, and Zinooln-1 mean
tho Mexican waa captured hy 'Little
Mac" and brought into camp.
.JTot Jon el'terwitrda, at tho battle
of Contreraa. finding that hia engine-
era wero not likely to bo engaged, ho
asked and received permission to u.l
the vacancy in Magrilder's Battery,
caused by . tho death of the young
and gallant Wacklord Johu?on. A
short timo afterwards, Callcnden
commanding a mountain howizor bat
tery, waa shot down, and '-Little Mac
sprang forward and assumed tho com-
1 ... j ..... I- i. I.-' r,.M,!.,..,
JiailU Ilia'H' Vlieuuu vy vyiiiitiiuai o
fall. . These batteries wero exposed
to tho tiro from a redout mounting
twenty nino giiua, and shot and shell,
and grapo and cHunister fell 08 death
hail around our heroic" diort. lloraea
and soldiera lay wounded and dying
in one confused masa', and' through
tho lurid ilane of battle, young M'Clol
laii could bo seen loading and firing
a , howitzer left without a gunner.
Just then an officer from tho left onr
lino was6hoit -reached the right, and
some one cried out. " IT o w , goes the
light on the lelt?". ' "All Well," ho an
swered, "but tlio fire from the re
doubt ia withering. , Wackford John
son haa tee cut in two by a thirty
two pound shot; Callendar haa been
brought dowii, and McCIella'i ia in
command of his battery, and tho 'lit
tle devil' is sure to bd killed, for just
now, in consequence of hia exposed
position, and aid waa Bent forward
with or Jera for him to move hia bat
terymeaning thereby nnt of danger
but ho coojy and quickly said, 'tell
the Generaljtliat his oiLr is obeyed,'
and then ina clear, ringing void ho
cried, 'foriyard with tho battery,' and
the relrtai was ma lo directly toward
tho cheiuys guns."
Do n it call him raah; tor lie waa a
boy then, aud ho carried his battery
foi ward; when tho battle . fever hadi
possession o! hia heart.
For intrepid and meritorious ctx-
d net he Vita three timea breveted for
services' before the walls of Mexico,
but' with that modesty and justice
which have so beautifully illustrated
hia caro3r, he doc inod one of tho bro
vets on tho ground that he; had not
had an opportunity to win it. . -
Such ia the character of tlio man,
citizons and soldiers whose name in
presented to you for j onr suffrages.
And if great civil and military talenta
a'id services, a imro and lofty patri
otism, an hnso.fish devotion to the
Constitution nnd tho Union, can se
cure a citizen his country's gratitude,
arid (ho coufilence of hia fellow men,
then wiil George B. . McClellan be tho
next President of the United Stated
civil liborty will- bo revived, and the
hoaven-borno gifta" of peace and. Un
ion, will'.ono more' bless onr-now
districted land. ' ' 1 ' ;-
Agreed in Sentiment.
- lucre are1 two classes ot persona
who ar'd agroeJ;' the radicals of tlio
North and the radicals of the South.
They both' hato tbeiold .- Union, , and
want to nave notlwngmore todo with
it.- Lincoln represents the- Noiahern
class;' JfairyDaiin tho; Southern.'
"" Dent tairw'o-itf dm Election, . on.
next luesday, and cast your vote for
AlcClellan, the soldiers trioud.
E. A. BBATTON, !
WHITE
MEir HULL ECLK AMEBICA.'
McARTIlUPv, OHIO
nil ICNDAY
Agreed in Sentiment. Vinton County, O.
DEMOCRATIC TiCKEL
(Presidential Election Tuesday Au.8,IS6-t)
For President f ilic ITiiiteil States
GEOIifiE B,
OF JCEW JERSEY.,:
Tor Vice President,
GEORGE II. PENDLETON.
OF OHIO. ;
3
HAT10XAL
For Electors of President and Vice President
of the United States.
. CHARLES REEJJELIN.
THOMAS W. HARTLEY.
JOH' L, VATTIER,
JOHNSCHIFF
WILLIAM J. GILMORE,
LUTHER SMITH,
CHARLES N. LAMISON, ;
WILLIAM . TKLFA1R,
WILLIAM II. CRKIGIITON.
, JUDSON A. BEEBK,.
JDWARDS. STOWEj
JAMES G. H A LY,
HENRY C. MOORE,
. JME3 EM MITT,
CHARLES H.OHNSTOH, '
NEAL POWER.
ROBERT A. COVSTABLE,-
OLIVER J. SWANEY,
CHARLES M. ATEN, ,
DAVIU R. PAIGE,
SIMEON L. HUNT. ' ' " ' ;
One more Rally.
Democrats and Coiisorvativo Re
puclicans of Vinton remember if you
do your duty General Gjorgo B. Mc
Clellan is tho next President. Let
evcrv man bo sure to cast his vote on
next Tuesday. ' Remember that New
1 ork, 1 ennsylvama, New ' Jersey,
Delaware, Connecticut, Kentucky,
California Illinois aro euro for Mc
Clellan and onthe true patriots of Ohio
depends the fate of our Noble State!
You can if you tarn oak give Little
Mac a handsome majority. Xet every
man then do his duty, and' onr ma
jority will bo over 10,000. Will you
help to this rosult f - '
One more Rally. Lincoln and McClellan.
We call the special attontion of our
Republican neighbors' aud citizens to
the able review of the conrso of Mr.
Lincoln towards Qcueral McClellan
containod i n the . speech of Genera
Georgu W. Morgan, in this paper
KJcnoral Morgan lays the conduct an.
diameter, pt these two prominent cit
izens who aro now candidatot3, hon
estly nnd truthfully beforo tho people.
In fact Morgan never speaks but
truthfully, wo have known bun from
childhood, and as a citis lawyer,
soldier in Mexico, our minister
to a foreign court, aa a Brigndior Gen
eral in this war, and never vet.havo
we have heard a breath of suspicion
against General llorgan. Suofi are
tho men who bro laboring in the
great cau3o of our country's salvation.
cgajn wo say read tho speech care
fully, and then if you can vote for
Lincoln, in God's name do so, bu(
recolect it is at tho loss of- onr coun
try's last liopo of Peace and Union.
NEW ITEMS—CLIPPINGSS.
:: 'Oct. 3Ut Tho official ret orns of
tho recent, Stato election a Indiana,
havo been received. ' It ia figured up
that Morton's majorit); is 19,883.
It is stated that , Ge,ncal. "Graut8
lata niovemont waa merely a ' recdn
noisanco. -Tlo next raovoinetH Ir 1b
said will bo a brilliant success. :'
Governor Bradford. haV proclaimed
the adoptioa of the . now Iiee' State
Gonatitution of ilarylaii'tl. ..' '
,i In our telegraphic dispatches, to
day, will be found the iuiporfant an
ueHiocouicut that Gov. Seymour" has
detirinined to sustain the Uotror aod
dignity of the Empire State.' and haa
appointed a Comnjiss.iofl,' consing
of lion. A masa J. Parker, Hou, W.
ll. Amp and WiJIiam Kelly, ta pro
ceed tq Washington Vi eoqnire .'iqto
the causes ol' the arrest of Col North
aud otltcrs, citizens" of Newr York', Ic
taue encu. action as may wr qeccessary
to secure a speedy trial andvibdicato
tbe laws of tli State,' arid at the sam-e
time to seo that anyJatempt,'' on tbe
part of any one, to prevent, soldiers
irom voting or to , defraud thcrti of
their vtes,. or bo coerce teeii-; action
9 TPJiD.g.r to.detain.or alter their
votes already cast by them, do expos
eu ana pumsueu. y
1 " j 1 ji
It i6 stated that iheeuemy are very I
actively employed iat toDscriptlng, I
Ac, in v osk Tehneesee, toil it is
proposed soon to hold a session of the
rebel Tenneeefe egialatoro.
Tho,. Jrkaiitas (Confederate) Legr
islatore assembled Septecuber 22.
Unr dispatclus state that JSeu 1 orK
operatora- eoimider-4h news trom
General Orant anfavorbie. and Gold
nod Stocks have taken an npward risej
s Nov. 1, Tho rebel papers claim
(lint Grant lost iear'ully in tho late
operations before Richmond, while
their Ion waa 25 men
. The Confederates,, under Forrest,
have sunk a etoauu-r and a barge',
loaded with army clothing, at Fort
Herman on .tho Tetiuessae River,
near Fort DoneUon. This-was on
Saturday morning. . i .
Tho Federals ad ait their loss in
the !ato battle 'ou tho Potomac at
1,500. " '
.Tho Confederates in Canada have
determined, if the Provincial Court
surrenders the St. Albans prisoners,
to appeal the cnso to the Privy Coun
cil in England.'
Go'.a closed at 227.
Two of General Butler's brigados
have been mostly captured by the
enemy at Richmond. They fell in
to a trap which General Butler, when
hobcnt them, did not perceive.
A Helping Hand.
41 No Union with e'ave dolJing
States," says Lincoln.' "I am help
ing you all Jean in that," says Jen.
Dauis.
MARRIED. OnlStlnilt. By S. C. Ciam Kn
Mr. WILLIAM AHTUUK8 to Mrt. liAKKlbf
MORRISON, nil of Vinton county.
Wa aoknowledga tho raooipt of Wt.tinj
Cuke, ami irUh tlis happy piir long lif nd
hipplneni. '
p 1 1 1 1 ! it t i c t ,
HOWARD ASSOCIATIOir
I HILADELf HIA. PA
IVISEASKSOFTHE NEKVOUS. SE.
U 51INAL, L'KINAKY AND SEXUAL
SYSTEMS netr and reliahle trpatmeni
in teports of the HOWARDS vISSOCIA
T10N Sent by mail in waled .letter enve
lo.es, free of charye. A(ldre?3, Dr. J, SK1L
LIN HOUGHTON. Howard Assoi wtion
No. 2 South Ninth .Street, I'll iladrlpliia,I'a
A 6UI'J2RIOU KEMEDV.-iWoonn conscien
tiously recommend to thono nifforing from a
d'mtreDsinif eaugh,, Dr. St'icklnnd'f Mulliflttona
Cougli Bulaam. It f i v ot rolioialiubnt iuMant
aneoua, nndiawiiliul not dinnpreeuMo to thoi
taau. Thereis no 'doubt but the Molliliuoqa
Bulnam is ona of thi bent preparation In ue
and i all that ila propriotor c'uima lor it. We
haye tried It dariig the pn.-t weok, and found
relief from a in out dietruwtine contrli. It Ik pre
pared by Dr. Strioklnnd, JS'o. 6 Kust Fourth
fttreot, Cineinnmtl, 0. , nnd for sale by Drug
Stina ut 50 conU per bottle.
n.'UE CONFESS'OJJS AND EXPERIENCE
1 or Jin isVaiiu.
riihlished for the hi.nofit, and aa a CAU
TION TO YOU i0 MEN aud others, who 8Ur
for from Nyvouit Debility. Premiitnto Ducuy
of Manhood, &e., supplying at the same t:ine
TiikMkans or SsLr CuRK. Uyono wio bur
qurcd himself after undergoing corn-Mutable
ennkcry. By enclnsmff a post paid ndilre.-'fod
envelope single ooplotfimuy be hud of the uu-:
tbor. 1
MATH A KIEL MA VFAIR, Esqr
BrnoBlyn, Kings Co. K. Y.
J"ie2nd 19C3-lyr.
A Card in ih Stiirei liu .
SWALLOW two or throe hogsheads of'Euc-
tin," "Tonio Biitora" "ttarsanarilla."
"rservoti'Antulfltcs," c. vrc., and alter von
aro satisfied with h resort, .'and ono Imx of
OLD DOCTOB j'.UCH AN ENGLISH Sl'KCl
F1C PILLS and hercAtorod to heajth and
V iijor in less than thirty duvs. They aro nnro
ly vcgotuble, pleawnt to take , prompt and snl-
uiary in uieir en -cis on tnc oroKen now n and
(shattered constitution. Old and young can
take them with advantage. Imported und fold
in the United Slices only by
JAS: S. BUTLEH, -No.
4aT Broadway, New York.
' t"Ag(int for the Unite. Stutcs
P. S.-A Box .f tho Tills. necur.:ly packed.
will bo inuiled to any a&lmsg on Tf-t-eii.t uf
pneo. which ia ONE POLLAK, post puid mon
ey refunded by t,lo Agent if entire autiafuctlun
is nut Kh'cn- ' '
t?eptS2nl 4 3rt4 8mo. ': i
SOLDIEItS'IIOME
StptiiiNTENDENT'a Orrim
i'iscinkati, i1no4,ld03
. vn. 0. W.KOBA.O .. '
My Di&it Sir t 1 am dispensing a second in
oico ofyonrStohiach Bittern aniong the largo
uniher of mon who daily arrive at this Inetiiu
Ton lor retiesnment and rest. Tho universal
cstimony is that ..these Bitters aro tho host
uiado.; Korthe tarioua 8urr.mr"complaiutr
which afflict so. many,-. 1 know of no romaly so
safe and go sure... Plutarch says, "To ask a phy
sicion what Is easy and tf hat fs hard of dreestion
ml what Will aiido'wltti tso itomeoli. ia about
aasensi ilo as toaak.wUut ia aweet or bitter, or
It t , 1. 1 1. . I T ' ,
nuur. iorauua nu'Miiui. u.i. igr unjRKCra anu
have yotrr Btontaab Bitters iu the bjoBse T am
nra will never asB any ono tho fooluh aueitioH
ookoa of by thd. great philosphSr.' 1 must not
sminsa word or tw for yoal Uatawba Brand .
have many men Here who nave-brandy pryer-
scri bed for them by distinguished Array Sur-
eoona; The ett'oct ofyourB on such ara beneficial
rtrr moia m than from any -previoualy taken.
Porsons who-lesire a really pure Brandy cannot
lau ill inoir jiuruiiasu 11 buupr gui, uur uruijj,
' .'.:; i' ' '
I an, Doctor, with much respect ,, ,
Yonr servant', ' i
' U.'W.D. AKDitw,Surieriiit9ndent
' f" (ffie ad manufactory, Nos. it, iS,'tO,
and 62 East Third etree. ' For sale' evory where
. Hoy. 5th 1883,-ait.mo. : ..' .
' ' ''' '
TX
O VOU-WISlITOBECUnii-Dr .
DR, BUGUAN'B . : .
ENGLISH SPECJFIC TILLS cTtro'ln'lesR than
SO days, tho worst cases-of NERVOUSNESS,
Irrfpeteaey, Premature Decay,, Seniinal Woak
heS) Inaanity,' aud all Urinary. Sexual' and
Narvoua Afroctionlr, nt matter from what? e'auro
prodflcod1.- vtiac,,lie .Dollar, jwr boiti SonV
ORt-pai4i. oy raaii, on receipt .or ari oraer.
One Box will pert'ect the ''cure In moft .oases.
Address: - -. . J AJIES BUTLEK .,
on. Ag't,4BToadway. Now York.
." Sopt3nd U64-8mo.' :"' ' '
- t .ViA l Ahiihiiiimwi. im
I: (nutrripjiyo sufferers will receive ji vaKJible
prencrtption for" fliecusaof eonsnintien,wAir
thtiS, Bronohitisrand all throat' anJ Lung uf
fociions, (frae sf Jiov: EDWABD A. SVILSON,
sopt. 2n-s4 8mo
f tmOIIIDULIIi aidvi iu.,.
Now York'.
Editor of Democrat.
Peab Sir:-Willi vtui rMTin!filim f ibliK
to sat to the reaileit'ol your paper that I
will fHiJ, by returned n ail, lo all wishing
it (free), lifteipe, ivith full
lor niuaiug ami ui,,.g a tlniple VejMable
d Simple!, Dlctrtea, Tan, Fikl anil
nu inipiinuiM oi me Biiiii, leaving the fni
soft, cknr, Finooih ant) lieumiful :
- I will hIm in.il ltt ia those hivjuft buld
heads, or hart face.
InionndliDn thxt viU eimble them alart a
nil gro ili o( Luxuriant H.iir, Vhfbker30r
' Dlonstacrii, iri les then thirty tlav. -. ,
All niii'liciitioiia auicn.l liu .in.n
mail without eh.irge.
Kfsiieilfu'ry yours,
' ' TIIOS: F: CHAPMAN Chennst
bept. 23-64 bil Broudway New Voik-
A BEMriiy TOK I'lLKS.-ltlHabWru
Hi Milk-Tina; to knew that wa hi an ttfw-ta,
cure for thia irvy tronbliiifimo ili-ci-n-. Jl.
1. llzarde, of 104 Focond St. fnieinnati, d
,iM,Crct l'lch,lr I" Informing all whonre
anfTorhiff with pile timt he nwd UKmnll qimn
tity of l)r. Rtritlland'. Pile Ki rnciit, and tl
Kc'ed a permanent curel Thin nenim to he tli
CUSO Witll all Arlin mabA 11.1 ... I: I
rarutton. H la nmnufiuitiirtd at Kc. fl Knit
fourth Street, Cincinnati, O, anclHoM brail
DriifrKiKtii.
A Helping Hand. MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
ON and after Monduy, UotoberSl 184? ami
untill lurther notica. trii,. -;n ' ,
Iowa: ' : -.i..-
. . i MAIL OUINQ EAST,
leaves Cinciumiti at 7:40 A. M.: I.eave.1 Iivo-
'.tt,no,l "J ?.:68 M-! "r"ve! Chillicotlis at
W.iV f.M.; Leaves Chillicotbo at J2:50 p. M.I
loaves lluiuden Jnnitinufat 2:IS I' leaves
McArthur.at2;3l 1". M,; leaven Z-ileakl, at 3:tl
I ., M., leaves Athuna at 4:13 I'. II. Arrive
Ht Marietta at :S5 P. M.j arrivaa at hirkora
burg at 7:00 P. M.
mail goino west.
Leaves Parkerabtirff, at 7:40 A.M.; leaves Mr
iottaat7:40 A.M.: leaves Athoua at 10:31 A.
M lenvch Ziilo.iki 1 1 J.I am. u....... u. . .
th, la:iaP. M.; HamJcn .In'nctb.n at PJ:3a
A.M. Arrives at Ohlllicotho ut J.Ja I'.M.:
Leave., Cl.illi.-Otho ,it 2:13 P.M.;lovOJ Lovo
l?,?,Ju ,b'M 1 ' M'! t Ciu.dni.attl at
Zuloftkl Freight carjin? ftoncTigttx, paet
.2:8411."' ;5 A M'!
The Accommodation Trnin'Leavw Ctillicothfl
at 6:i0 A. M.; arrives at Cinciiumtt) at lll-as A
M.jlcaves tlon.-innati a( 3:bV P. M.s arrivenal
LYilliootlie atS:60 '. M. . ' """""""
Com eolions are fiiu; at Loveland wftfi
Triatu to and from Columbus; -. Rt, lllim,0
JunetiOQ with train. o and from IVtsmonth
January 11, S!i-ly ' v ,
SUSAN ALKJCANIUHS ESTATE.
VTOTK'Els horoby (riven, thatJowph Wil
li cox Inn been appninted aftd duly quail-
Boil as Aillniin.lrul... nn i I.. I'..... '
Aloxuudir doceamid, Tato of Vinton coudIt,
A'oa. , 1864 -Sir JOSEPH WI LCOX.
IVOT1CL.
D.IVID CItEGOItV'9 ESTATE
Calvin Gregory, Executor of the linta to of
, i vv.-.-v, nun uicvi lurl HUUtf tun
ana vouchora for inootiou anJ ir:iiU ttJe
ment nnd that the mme will bo ibr h-arin orf
viv 'nu us; ui llUVUIUUUr 100 f ,
KICliARDCU'AIO.
;oy. 3, 13'14-3 . Probtto J,g0.
AWDCRSOM J GlirGOHYsTTciTe
Vj OTICE is hereby given that the under-
i. 1 sicnAr! tlttB been nniuiintoJ an,lnuli
lied Guardian of the estale ol Elian Jdne
urefury. minor heir el Anderson yOregurr
lair of Vinlon county. Ohio ileccused.
Nov. 3th 18ti4-gv QHN R.GHEGOKY
A LETCU11E
TO YOUNfl MEN.
Just Pcblisiiioin a Siamp Eamori.
Pkic Six Cknis.
A Li-ctureoii tke Nature, Tioiitmcnt rA
Rsdical Cure of Spermaforrhnea or Semi
nal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sex
ual Debility, ami and ImpediminU to Mur
raige getiPrally. Nervousnuss, Coiisnmp
lion Kpilepsy, and File; Mental and J'hy
iscal Incapacity, restiltinjr from Si lf-A buVr
&c. Bj.ROB'T J. CULVER WELL, M.U.
Author of the "Green Book," .
The world renowned author, inlhisnd
ininble Lecture, clearly provfs from hia own
experience that the awful cotisequenras of
Self-Abuse may be efieclually removed
without medicine, and without dmieroiin
fu-giral operations, bongiej, insrittneiif ,
ring, or cordials, pointing out a-ctire at ontv
certain and eflecttnl, hy which every aiiflVr
er, iiu mutter what his condirimr mny he,
may cure himsslf chP'iply, piivutley, 8i;drml
irallv. THIS LECTURE WILL PROVE A
BOON TO rHOU3NLJ AHD TUOU8
ANDS. Sent under, seal, o any addrepg, in a
plain, sealed envelope, bn tlie rereipt of six
cents, pr two postag? stamps, br acldresine
CIUS, J.C. KLI.B0Co
. 127 Bowtry, New ToA V. O. Box 45dft
S II E II I PF s
PROLAMATION ! !
' SriERlFF'S DFPir.K
, MtAbthcr, V.Co.O, Ocl. an64.
I, ARCH. NORKIS'. Sfieriff of Vimon
County. State of Ohio, do hereby notify ih
qualified Electors of the county of Vinton
ana ataie oi unio, to assemble in- their rt
specittv Townships, al the usual places of
holding elections, tn
Tuesday (BeinQthe iti aay of No-.
vernier,) A. D. 186A,
Ani then and' .there pruceecf as tire law di
rects to elect Ttvpnty-one elector of Pref
ident and Vice President of the Wnited
States in purunance-.of, the Constitution of
tbe.Vr.itwj fityu and of Ihis State.
in tasttmonv wnrreof, Tbave hereunto
a i.
te't my hand iad. seal, thiaTwentieh
day of October,- iri the year of onr
Lord' Oner, thousand einht- hnndrnil
' and sixty-four. uik! in the etabtyjnine"
: year of the rmlflpdente "of the Uni
' " '' ted States of America, - - -
- : - ARCH, NORRI'S'; SlilT.V.C.
Oct.'20,1864 j . Vila. GofcB Deptily..
2 CalUt this OFFICE and est ilc-CLEILAN
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