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Ike McArhur Democrat
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CmClAL OKOAR OF VINTON COUNTY.
LOCAL DEl'ARTM EN T
TOR LEOAL NOT10E EE FOP BTB PAGE
THS TKOM B0AU TO WIAtTII, IS TO A0VfTIP3
t.hj. nuirNKii. TERMS, I'AY IN K D V AN UK.
Ey last ' nights mnil we Jowm all
hands, ut' Fro vo Marshal lienem!
Frys office in Washington are pre
P'tritig for another draft for 500,000
inon, to till up. Grunt and Slienuaue
tkiuands.i'jr inore met:. .
Mr; Owin Hawk, an mtuclio of
lluwk'a Stop.', retains tho good will
of his friends, und is telling poods nt
t'tir rates a? his cnstomera will certi
fy to. Owen ia one of our best young
men, and ko bep'iuk (or him an m.
vvblo-,. position, aa a buainosa. jnnn
and citizen horent'tir, wu would liko
tosaaa much for all our y-outi;;
"'Okiuinai. Cash Stork Kuixt, t)in.
YVil und lJni'a wishes ua to leinind
our reiuler.tliii. this firm are detenu
inetl not to be outd no nor overdone
by any other Iiusj iu -Vinton County.
Hither aa to the q utility ofocda, tVi
clicajinet-ii of prices, and earnestly in
vito tlieir friend to call and ecu be
fore pnrcltuscin. Dan. is now in
tho city laying in a I urge addition to
fall stock and 'guarantees eatiat'a ;
Change of time Tlio Ahariotta
and Cinei'imati Kul-Rnl Oo. will
-after last inonday 0;t. 31-it, run
through traina et aa to p o-a McAr
thur filing Eist at 2.34 I'M, and
going West at 12.13 V M. The Zi
leaki height will past Eufct a! 0 50
A M und West 2 31 1' M. See
time table on 1st page, Under " this
able-luanagoment of the present ofli
cerB, thia roml enjoys a reputation for
promptness and accomodation of the
'ublic, second to no other roadin the
The National Democratic.
Til Convention cpseniiiled lit -J
oTjCel'.'M: .Mr. Guthrie ftatcd I hat
thu ,k tnniitleo on Resol utipiis had
..agreed, anil was now ready to report.
The' resolutions were thou read and
are as folio we:
Yr.nil.lfii. I urn III uic llllllir lit, III mr Jinm
' we will adhere wiili unswerving fidelity lo
'the Union under the Constitution as the
-t'lily 8lld foundation for our straight!), se
curity and happiness as a people, and an a
'Virne-work of Government equality, rondu
hive to lite reform and prosperity of bit the
States, both Northern and Southern.
Pktsolved; Tint ihfs-'Coiivenliou does ex
plicitly declare -as the sens of the Admeri-
:an people that aftei four years of failure
l't restore the Union by the experiment of
war, during which, under the pretense of
mililiiry iieccfsity or war power greater
than the Constitution, the .Constitution it
se,f ha bepn iligtejfared in every point, mi l
.ipublie liberty ami private ri&lit alike trod
den dowii, nml ihe mater'nl pru.sperlty of
1 lie country essentially -unpaired, juscii
hiimaiiiiy. liberty, and the pu''.lic welfare
ileina.id. that immediate efforts' be made fur
u cessation of Imst'ilitles with a view lo an
ultima!? eimverrtlon of all the States, or
oilier peaceable means to the end. that at
, the earliest possible moment, peace may he
restored on the basis of the Federal Union ol
the Sta'e. ' ' ' '
.- -Rtsolvtd, That U direct interference of
the military authority of the United States
- in the recent elections held . in Kentucky,
Maryland, Missouri nml Pennsylvania, was
' Nshamelul Violation of the - C-uustitution.
and a repetition of such acts 1 in the ap
proaching election will be held as revolu
tionary, auq De resisted witn all the means
end posver. under our control.
' Resolred, That the aim and objeotof the
Democratic party is to preserve the Federal
Umoivand the rights ot the States unirfl-
parco, anu iney neruny uecare mat tney
consider adminislrative usurpaiioii of extra
ordinary and dangerous powers not granted
oy the Uoiistuuiion. -. .
The suppression of the civil by military
law in btutes real insanity. The arbitiaty
trrest, imprisonment, trial and sentence of
American citizens in States where civil law
' is in full force. The suppression of freedom
of speech and of the press, the denial of the
riclit of asvlum, the open and avowed dis
regard of State rights, the employment of un
usual test oaths, and interlerence with and
dealing ol the rights of the people to bear
arms, as calculated to prevent a restoration
of the Union and perpetuation of Govern
ment deriving its just powers from the con
sent of the eoverned.
.- It is said that the shameful disregard ol
theadmiuist ration tn doits duty in regard to
our fellow citiwns who now are, and long
have been prisoners of war in a suffering
condition, deserve the severest reprobation
on tne acore alike ol iho public and com
Betolved, That the sympathy of the Dem
ocraey is hearily ana earnestly extended
to the soldiery of our armv. who are. and
have been on the held under the 11a? of our
country, and in the eyent'of our a.Ufiniiig
power, by us will teceive all . carf . nrulee-
tiori and kindness,' tbal.biate soldiers' of
the Republic have wnobljr etrned
' . .f-
SALE OF IlEAKESTAHE,
BY OKDFUDF PKOBATE COURT.
The Slate of Ohio, Vinton Ccunti.
ON the 25t, (tuy of November A.D.,8ti, at
12 o'ctucl ,M. will be sold on the
in Knot 7own-liip, Vinton Comity Ohio, to the
hi((liest bidJor, tliu f"llowiii(f rent i-cluti-a the
propert)of the estati ofDnrriua Ferret, Into of
wild Vinton cotinty deceaJ, to-wit: Bopin
nlnir.al the North tt cornor of Soolioi. N34.
(TUrty-four) in Township Ten, Hanae flfteon
cusins 1 2 link H- the sooth uuxt corner of
la J deeded to David fanny; thence North
thirteen and a half ieg. Went ten cliuiim thirty
ievon link)-; tliuico south t.irc-e chuina and
cvonty-fuiir linkn; Uieiue south forrythrea and
llirce-fonnh ili-ff. Went twen'.y-tvo chiiif, tt-D
link?; liii-iii d to the south lino nl'sivtimi iiuin
bur thirty tiv, (35.) tliL-nco west one eliain fif
ty links j thi-weiieveiitciin deij , west six ehniun
thirty links.; thence south fifty-sis d thirty
siivcn c-t!.tiii f tho line running '.hiuiili the
center of section nniuber thirtyluur, (34.)
thi!tj--u eaut ti.nt y-thrco chiiinn wvcnty-live
linKn to ttie Ki- 'ii'l cvnor on the cast line of
suid fccMon: Umi,w north lurty-threo rliuiiiK to
the pliice ('f h'L'iniiinir, cniitniiMmr one hinnlr- il
uihI T-.rty-fl.t-nml tlno-tcn( h Here, mid lurid
heini Hitineed i'l i-ecuoim iintnhfr thirty-tonr
( 81, ) and tliirty-livo, (35,) suhjeet howi ver to
tho lovcr Kctr.'-o iiK-iL'ilwl In ihe Hiii.l Ku iwou
KerroV widow nf Miid lr.rriu Kerrel.Mi tho lHtli
dny June, A. U., 1 1-"4 , in mid prei iicn, hmin
iled and ih'r'ilicJ us lollows, tn-nit: Hejfin
ning ut the irnilh v i-xt earner of nuid tiui'U in
nmifordir deccrihcil. tlmnio north thrcu vbuia
und Hcventy-fi.iir (T-t (links; tho.ioe son-li f'nr'y
tlirea nd ilireo-Vmrtlw, dofr. west nlunif the
rmid iniir tit fast a Walnut tree lit tin enu of
Oaoree H. Bell's line; thence a little nouth of
uasttu un ai'ple tree uoruBS tho roiid by tlio o'd
I'uliin; tlieiue atriiiuhl furwurd in the tamo ili
reetimi tntlie Ko'ti'-n lino; thenco north to Ja.iiln
deeded to David Callny! thnnca to tin
(iltti-o of lw(t nninif. Aluotho fruit olfivo f-ow
Hinl two trees oil tho north ond the third row of
tho upplo trees on the oust side of Iho orchard
on the lunls iilovi ilencriDei!. t.iic prunnsct
iiro iifpruised, auliject to said Dowor hstalont
TrRM i t Palr. Ono third c ish In hand,
one third in six months and '.he rermiininsr third
in twelve mouth-, with interest on delorrcd
uyim-nt at t-ix u rcont from dnv of snl .
U.S. Dana, AWjr J II J A WOOD,
fr nit m'r aiJu.iui:-iiiir nffho cs-
Oit. 2iith'il4 Bit.) .tto llimus Ferrul
Tlie Si'aie rf Ohio Vinton cmnAy.
Tt'ii' in ilrriiirncd Auditor of said Vinton
enmity, illeuVr f r snlo at pnliliu aucti in at
ll.o ti' r of tl.o l'o:rt Itoure, Mo r il i i, in
Saturday October lSft-4.
a I 'oVl.Vfc V. M., on (uid day, ihc 1'nllowinir
difcnbcd reul estntn, situuti'd in Hiid county
of Vinton, lo w it : The east half of thu north
cst (piurtor, ol'i-eution numlier sixteen, (l'lt)
ot'Township nnmher ten,( 10.) in Uuimo num
lier sixteen. ( I'l.) contiiiiiinu eighty acres, also,
iho v, e.-t unit ot tlio nortli eiist oiiarter, ol see
timi Township and l!iinf(o ufurosaid, cintaininfr
uulily acres, rti-n, lliu nost halt ot mo muhu
oust ipiuHer, ol fiiM-llon, Township und IhniKc
iituresunl , coinai nincr richty items. Ann
ulso, Clio nnrth half of tho south west quar
ter. nud 'ho soutll half of tho smith half
of tho north west quarter, of section Township
an I Kjiiifij utnrcsaiil, cull hiiuhl' ono liuiiUrod
und twcn'.y a-.-res, rumo or loss.
Appraised us Kliowa, t-i wit: I ha oast,
half ot the north cast quarter, nt six dollars our
arcc,- Tlio west half of tho north oust iiiiurfcr.
at six (hilhirs per acn ; And the west halt' of
iho huh. I, cast quurlar, lit seven dollars
per aures: And thu north half of tho
thosnmh wcs quarjr nud liosoijh half o, the
siuiMi halt ot iho norh wes ipinrfor, urluiir
dullurs per ncru.
Each purcel.of laud mils brine ha anpruisod
Tiiusof s.do, o'io I .vcifth in cash . und fhe
si!'- me 'even equal etinuill i ns.il mf n in. wich
iniurj IrJIu lhs day of siilo ro ho nai I nnuually
A. n . t I '..-III,
Fep. 2.'n I - fii Aud'r Viiii m To. 0.
1. IDARRllOiA ND OYSKN'TERY
We hive examined a greut iminher o
other" Imiii nmr of I In; must pruiniiien
iiizi-ns of Cincinnati and Covington, etc.,
speaking in iho highest terms of Dr. Stiick-
lainl AiUi-UiokM Mixture lor the cure ol
dinrrlni'ii and dvsi-iilerv. Tho letters are
to long- to puh'ish. Mr. Woody, of Cov-
iiiutoii.suvs he wjs prouduticeu niciuatiie
for the best doctors ii. ('incinnati, and one
ion lie of Dr Siricklaml's Anti Cholera Mix
ture e(l'ected a permanent cure after suller-
iiii' fur mouths with tho worst lorm ot diur-
rlm a and dysentery.
.Another savs he was ilisclinrneii irmn the
United States service alter suflurin in the.
hospital for 8 months as incurable, anil as a
last resource tried Strickland's Anti-Cholera
Mixture he cot well directly and has now
en tore I the army again in good health.
One man write he has cured se.xenor eignt
very bud rases ofiliarrhaia mid dvsenters in
the barracks he was in with one hotile of
this valuable medicine, fil fact we could
till linlf our puier with similar items fiom
these letters. Why does not our Govern
ment secure this valuable prepnntion.
Our army ou"ht to be supplied with it. Il
,ic bi t a. short time since one of our men
hud in a very low cn'neiiio'i al one ol our
Cincinnati Hospitals, his wife was sent for,
the doe'ors considered his tin hopeless case.
She, however, gave him Strickland's Anti-
Cholera Mixture, and in three weeks he was
able to return home w ith his wife lo iNcw
Richmond, 0." Ail these: cases right at
home 9pca!i for themselves. We hope, all
ihe soldiers will put a bottle of it in their
knapsack?, it may save them or some of
their comrades. It is for sale by Druggists
t 50 Cen is per bottle. -
KfcV, ' :
isl Wheat, 1,35 1,50
Steady employment and good wages will
be given to n- large' mini her of experienced
House, lirfle of Car Caipeuters. by the
Marietta & Cincinnati Rrilioad Co.
Application should be made to J. Lord
Esqr. Chillicothe, John Gabe Esqr. Zaleski,
CI .irn th( lindpmiunpd Rt lhf M. &. C
R R. OfTice. South Corner Third and Wal
nut Streets Cincinnati Ohio.
Oct. 6th 1864 tf - .'' . Su'pt.
:UaIls Ohio -Mower."
IS ED. TOUR .PBD5ES) EARLY
S TOVS S TIX WARE,
GEO LT!, W. T. shades
LITZ AKD SHADES,
Main Street McArthur, Ohio.
Informs tha Tubllc, that tbey havejust jpen
cd, a new and large stock of Hardware and
iiitlcry, oustins and tinwuro of every dtscrip
tion, in their new Store iiooin, where they re
quest un examination of their stock, cousint
ng in part of
BOOKING STOVES, rARLORSTCVES
. LA Mrs,
FRENCH and AMERICAN COOKING
UTKNSELS, JAPAN ED and PLAN
ISH T'NWARE and TABLE
(JAKDEN Implements, and I loas Keepers
Oonils generally. We maiiutuctiira ull kinds
of Tin, Jopper ond shi-ot Iron work, at tho
shortest notice, und at the Inwnit prices.
April 2S 84-3IHO LANTZ & SHADES
IICI'OIIK TAKING THE AFTEA TAKING THE
I) r. XV R I U El 'A' '
K E J U V E N A T 1 N O K L I X 1 II I
Olt KSSENCE OF L1FK.
FllKrAIU.D VKOM I'll'.a VtUtTAbLC fjXTUAOTS,
CONTAINIXO NOTI11NO TO INJI ICK THE
The Iti'juvciiaUuir F.lixir is the remit ofnmd-
.. ,i:....i in 1 1 . v. itMiihlo kinnd'iin: he.
nil ii....vi. - , -
!... ....iln.lt n.,iv n ii. 1 nt.Htrnrt methitl rT
iiik mii vuvt.v.j , : , .
euro, irrespuctivo ol ail tho old and Wonioiit
Tllist IllCilleillO lias neon u-sieii ny me iihis.
....!. ...n .... 1 1 .... I 1.1. n nl'tlie ilnv. mid 1 1 v t limn
Uliiliiu.i ...v.. - :
pronounced to he ono el tho greatest mcdhal
uncovuricb ui tnu (
Ono bottle will cures conoral Dohilitj-i
A feA- ilosescures Hysterica in females.
(Jnu bottle euro Palpitation of tho Heart...
A few doses rcstoics tho orirans of genorat jon
From one to throe bottles restores the muuli-
ncss and full vigor of youth.
A few dnsos restores the uppotlto.
Three bottles euro tho worst cars of Irnpot-
A few doses euro mo jowapirucu.
One bottle restores mental power.
A few doses bring tho roses tho click
This medicine restorosto manly Vi
rohust health tho poor dehilitiito-1, worn down
und despairing dovoteo of sensual plousiiro.
Tha lisiless onoivntod youth, the over tasked
IIHIII "I Uliril.wn, . v..... v. ..v. .v..-
sion.the individual sultoring I'ro.n general do-
oilr-y, or irom weusnea- 01 singiu nruu, win
Hli tin 1 iinmediato and permanent relief by tho
nm ot the Klixjror Essence of Life.
IVieo. tt per hoi tie or throo bottles for fS,
and forwuldedbv Express, on ruceipt ol'iuuu
ev. t" liny address. .
i'. M.-Artliur at S. 7. Do.lires Druir
Stor, and by all Dnigi-ists cvory where.
VV. W . li. .lll'.lv . 1.1 iX uo.
Cli ECOK EE L ILLS.
for the Removal of Obstruc ions, and thr.
Jiwurcnce of Regularity in the Ut
currence of the. Monthly Period.
They cure ro obviuto those numerous diteasos
that spring from irregularity, by removing tho
They euro Suppressed, Ixccssli e and Pain
They cure (iroen Sickness (CtlotC lis).
They cure Nervous und Spinal Alfecttona,
pains ia tlio hack, and lower partsci tlio body,
lloiiviness, 1'utijtuo on slight exertiri , l'alpita
tinn of the Heart, T.nwnnss of Spirits Hysteric.
Mick Headache, (liddinoss, etc , etc, in a word
hy ronioviiie: the Irreyuhirity, they umovo tiio
causa and with it all tho elllcts that spring
Composed of simple vegetable extract, thi.y
contain nocnniK deleterious to any consuiurion
however delicate, their function t'oinor to sub
stitute htronght for weakness, which whon pro
porly used, they never failed to do.
They may be safely Used at any aire, ahdat
any period, kxckit di'rino tiik nieT tiibek
months, durinir which the nnfialinir nature of
their action would infullibly pblvkst pregn
ancy. All letters se!in(r information or advice will
bo promptly, froely and discreetly answerod.,
Full directions accompany each box.
Price fl per box, orsix boxes for $5.
Sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of
Sold at McArthur at 8. V. Dodges Drug store
und by all respectablo Druejrists.
jjjoji aasi "is AU8(in OS 'OM 19-11 qo i
'XH0J.1IH.IO1M 3 I0
o;") SJ IAH3 It 'H 'AV ''(I
CURES Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat.
Asthma, and Consumption. - It is oi:!y
necessary for any one troubled ith these
complaints to try one bottle of
Strickland's Slellilluons Cough Dnlsnm
to convince them that it is the best prepara
tion ever used. It no! only cures the above
affections of the Throat and Lungs, but it
cures Night Sweats and Spitting of Blood)
and is an excellent gargle for any kind of
Sore Throat, tt ia pleasant to take, and a
safe medicine for infant's. Price 50 cents
per bottle. For Bale by Druggists general
March 24, '6i-ly. ;
Having l lire 1 and tie liire ttlal
and added a new und cimplcte tt)
ftho low price? ol !i:a
lllAllt, PAINT, WASH
w" FINE 1850
WINES AND LIQUCKS
I of all descriptions for Medical purposes
rf T lITTTr
i l.1 A A A .
and evervtliingelao in the DRUG
We buy and
Dr. HARRIS Will attend to tho accurate Compounding of all Medi
cines or PreBcrmtiui.s. day or night. He may ba Ion ml at the Dm
Store or at Mrs. Sisaons at all hours
ha. -x 1 C :,..,i nil I. Ufa.
Aft bttllblUCl IU1I. ,
Jnly 28tU18C4,- lyr
SORIGINAL AND CHEAPEST
Is now receiving
Itionsto his already
Iconsistbg of every variety of
Quecnswarc ami; Grocrie,
landhe is oilering;
fmcnts to purchasers than an
lother ' j . ; - -..
HOUSE IN THE COUNTY,
those wishina RARGAlKS. will
AU kind of CotTPty Troduce 1
3net price win tiu
jan'y 1st. 1864. .
litl luc lit tf lu'te nr.d rhiliips,
ply (Unto, would call attention to
1$ RANDY, $
linn nt Cincinnati retail PRICES
sell for CASH
(lva ii a a nnll onil th vrtirniiit fW
i ' r
do well to give him a call.
ott .lit, lcr wlicti tho highest mar-
ThaSctrcfary of the Trcc'tiry give iiDttV.a
that subscriptions "1 bo received for Conpon
Treasury Koles payable three jenrs from Aug
15th, 1S61, with wni annual iatorost at th
rata of seven and tbrce-tenika yet cost por nnr
n um,- principle and kleicst lo'h to be j aid in
These notes will ha convertible at tha'option
ftha holdera; maturity, , into six'rer cent gold!
bear'uiff bonds, psyuhle not less than five no
more than twenty years from du e, aa the Gov
eminent may elect. They will he iseaed in fle-i
nominations M), K0, tWO, 1 H00 and 5,000
mi' I all riitiM'riptions niiisi lie fur fifty dollars or
soma mul'.i 1" of fifty dollars.
The notes will ho transmitted t i the owner
i'ieu of traiispurta'.ion thiru'is b-0"U uf'cr th
re, cipt i'f tiio or'.piiiial C-.i u.'.ca'ws vfDcpeUt
us liny can lio pu pii-ed.
A thu no tis ilmw interest fnni A ugiiet 15t!r
persons muk ii-jr el- It- Mihscur. jt,'. to tLae
luio n'list pay '.lie tiitiicit accrue 1 trviudala cf
notnto .lute ol d.poiit.
rurtie.U-jvisJiiajr ti'i,'y (lve !iunsan dol
lar" "U 1 U vvur l fur these imUsat u:,y ono tin.
n ill lie ali i vc 1 ooinini-':.iii of one quarter 0?
uiie per euii'.., which wiil he paid l y thoTroas-nr;f-DLpartiiiem
upon the receipt of a bill for
the sin, unit, coitiflo 1 to by thooliittr with whom
the deposit w as ma le. No deductions forooiu
uiissaiis hui-nI Ijo made I'r. iu tho tkpoeiia.
SPrCfAL ADVANTAGES OF THIS
0 A . ;
It is a N'i'.ii. Rti. Kan, offaring a
hi'iior rati.- of interest t'iun any other, end th
in s' si'ci in i v. Any Having IjHlik which pay
iti di.'po.-i.i.ti in U. S. X tcs, considers that It
is psyinjf in I lie Imst cir.'iil.i'ing iiieJium of the
.wiimry.uii.! it ciii.iint pay in unytliin bettor
fur itou as-u-sare either in govornnient pu
Ii is :i! Iy c.iiu-ciiiciit us a tomp-irary or
pcriiiuiieut iiivc-liin-nt. Tim notes eunnlwi.!
'csnl.l f,.- wi-V.'.ii a fr.uti. m uf their fioor.i...
icrn niilatvd interest, und uro tho best securit
wi'h luniks as co Literals for discounU.
i:onveii:I)le niio n Mix per coat.
In n l.ir.Ion to the very liboral Interest on the
ii'itei f.iriineo ye.iri, thiipriovi ofconver
aioo is now w.rtli ubuut l!:rce percent, per cen
per aniiuiii, fir the current raAifor5-2l Boiidit
isiotli sstluin MMi nil ci:nt,i-remich,m .'he
firo Iho war thij premium on six pirccntt?.
tnclis wan over twot.ty per i ont. It will be .
-ecu that ho acuel proft on the loan, at tha
market rale, is Wot lorn than ton per cent, por
Us l:xemption from St.ite or Manicipa
Ilutasido from all he advantages wo havo
Jiiuineru'.ni, a speciul Act of Congress exempts
till bund am! Treasury notes from local tax.
llmi. Ou the average, rxomption ia worth
about two pot' cent, por annii.n, aocording to th
rate of taxation in various prls of tlio country,
It Ii believed that no Bectiritioa offer so grcul
iudiiccmonts to IcmleM us thoso Issued hy tha
iroverniuenl. In all other forma of indented
ness, tho faith or ubility of private parties, o
H'ock eonipatiios, or separate canimunities, ono
ly, i pledged fur puynient, while tho whole
pioporty of thociiiintry is hold to sccuro thr
lisi'liure of ail iho obligations of tho United
While the government oiT.jr rho mist lihoral
terms for its loans, it bcliovcs that the vory
str.inirest npinul will Lo to tho loyalty ud pa
tri.itisin of the pcoplo.
Dupli ato certilicatcs -illbe issnou for all
lepo.-i'.s. The party depositiiij,' must endorse
upon the original certilicuta tha denoniiiiutioit
of iintes rripiirod, mid whether tlioy aro to bo
issued in hank or pay ablo to order, ft'hon eo
-til dorse,! it muse lie left with tho ollicer receiv
ing tho deposit, to ba forwarded to tho Treasury
Sci'sruieTiiiNs will BE bkckivkd by tho Treos
surer of the United States, at Washington ou
evi ral Assistant TrouhiiMr and designated De
posituri.'S, nml hy the
Fiit Nu I ilk ii :il Bunk f Ciiiiltinat
and by all Natinuul llanka which ara deposl
'arh's of puhlie money, and
ALL KtSl'EOTABLR BANKS AND I'.MXK
EL'S tlir.iiigh.iut thecolmtrr will givo fnrtl'.et Infot
AKFOUD EVERY 1'AClLITY TO PLUSCRI-KIIS.
A SURE CUBE,
rVKltY ItODY IS BRING CURED OP
k J iliij distressing disease by tha um of
Hi. ii lrutnnd's rilcKcmcdy.
Read what o tufTerer savs:
Mr. J. . Hazarde, 164 Second Ftreet,
Cinciiin iti, O.. vnys he has been a dreadtul
suflurer with Tiles for a lonjr time, and haj
trii-d nearly evry thing1, and colli J obtain no
clief. used ftheut one fourth of a pot
ol Dr. Strickland' Pile Ointment, on t it
made a complete cure. He -advises every
nn. who is suffering to try it.
Sold by all Drnsists, 50 ren's per pn,
M ifiiirncturvil at No 6 East Fourth stieet,
Ciiiciii-iati. U. Ask for
S T l? I CK LA N D'S FILE REM EDT
3I.U23 'G4 I y.
Attorney at l.av nud
GENERAL CLAIM AGENT.
Bfiiiir licensed by tho U. S., for tlio purpose
I will attend to the prosecution ami co lectin n
of evrr description of clalma a.'uiust th)
United States.aiid Stat of Ohio, IncFuJing t hi
Morgan raid claims.
Bouutie and Arrearage of l'ny
PENSION'S for wounded and disibled aol
Jim and aeamen, and for the heirs of il,l icr
and seamen who hav diod and bea kiMed in '
the aervioa. I would lay to my friends, lbs,
twill attend promptly Vo thaj buaiuoa and
on moderate terms.
June Wlfa 1344.