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WII1TK MKN PIIAI.L KI'LK A&1KR1CA.
Tl!l KM)Y--- - Nov.IO 1801
Little Vinton Erect.
TI'O Democracy and Consnarvativo
nu n of Vintcn done nobly this fall,
never will yon have cause to regret
liavin done your duty. Hut oiu
hunks are especially due to Vinton
Tp. Iic-r Democracy are truly iuvici
l'le, 109, to 10, every eleventh man
i& a IlopuLlicun, and we areto'd they
talk I't'eellinj: out. Hully (or Vinton
she has truly a practicable majority,
who sb jvv an unbroken front, and al
Bo shows the greatest tfiiiu on tin
State election. Most of thoce wlm
canm hon:oof the 1 St h Rejf. voted in
Elk, Swan and Jackson Tpc tnti
they have a Iieptihlicun tfftin.
Official home vote Vinton
For future relertneo we give the
(fficial home vote of this County al
the Slate election Oct. 11th 1804.
Mud in on,
11 S3, 820.
The above vote is on the State tick
en, and gives 182 majority in the
County. Our entire County ticket is
eiectt'd by majorities of from 200 to
Unofficial vote for President
in Vinton County.
The home voto on the 8th io6t. is
Iiicii 1 ..rid,
345. in thin
home vote is included the vote ol the
18tli Reg , that belouged to Vintion
who are home, term of service having
expired on tne 5th. iust. and since the
State election, and which we know
give us a gain in the county over the
State election on the agregate.
On last inonday the 17th ult. the
barn of George Smiih of Jackeoo Tp.
in this County was distroyed by fire,
cause of tire not known, except it was
by incendiaries. This barn being
burnt was the cause of a sensational
report started in Cincinnati on thurs
day, to the affect, that twelve barns
and contents and one house, had been
burLt in this county by Copperheads,
who were counceling resistance to the
draft etc., All of which is false and
was manufactured we suppose to pr j
r.dice tho caee of John L. Rose, on
charge of bai boring-a deierter, his
own sod, who was drafted, and to
whom it was proved he gave some
thing to eat and lodging. Mr. Rose
was bound over by U. S, Commision
er Uallady without sufficient evideno'e
to warrant it, to appear before the
U. S Court, on l he expectation of
(jetting inoro teslimouv. Wo hopo
tlie Cincinnntti papers will correct
this lie, for the credit of our cuinty.
If you are bick, cull at Dr. ConJee'a
casliDrng Store and get a prescription
An ounce of preventative is worth
a poun 1 of cure. Many a long spell
of sickness ha been preventeJ, by ta
kinff proper remit) it 3 in time.
Death of Col. Samuel Medary.
COLUMBUS, O, Nov. 7.
Editor of the Enquirer :
Col. Samuel Medary died to day,
live o'clock 1. M.
J. G. THOMPSON.
A reat fnd distinguished man
han fallen in Ohio. Colonel Saml'kl
Medary is dead. Tliu newswiil fall
with Riiddeu crushing weight upon
his ti ns of tliuusunJa of friends in all
puitjottho Union, to. whom his
nit me had become almost a house
hold wold. He had been ill lor some
months, so much so that the editing of
ho Crisis had devolved upon Hiioth
cr ; but lattirly Ida health had iin
( roved, apparently, to an i xtept that
just n'ed th- be lie I that it would soon
he an entire recovery. Hut alas 1 it
was fated nut lo be. Little did we
.hink, when late in the past week we
saw him in this city, and exchanged
a warm and cordial grasp of the hand
that it v as the last time our eyes
would rest upon his vunerable form,
and that he shortly would pay the
debt ot nature, and that one of the
brightest lights of the Ohio Democra
cy wou'd be t'ortver xtiuu;slied.
Colonel Medaky was, indeed, a most
lemaikable man. life possessed nnu
mihI force ol character and strength of
will, aud was noted tor energy and
courage. By the btrona; and original
l owers of his mind and by his ster
ling common seuae aud knowledge of
u.rii he overcame the educational dis
advantages ot his youth, aud was one
of the strongest writers aim most po
teut speakers of the State. II is stylo
was vigorous and trenchant, and his
thoughts wire put in writing in a log
ical aud power! ul form. He was em
inently true to his principles uud con
victions ; no man was ever more
earnestly e.r honestly so- He was nat
urally a Democrat, and through a
l ng aud activelile he rendered to that
rogiuiizitiun the most important ser
vice us a writer aud epeakor. Enq.
J. G. THOMPSON. A Victim of Missplaced Confidence.
A I'rovo Marshall, arrested a de
serter in our township on the 30th ult
whereupon said deserter told afore
said niarelmll that the arrest was all
right, but he wps only home, for the
purpose oflerreting out these damn
ed "Sons ol Liberty" and he conld
now just give a call and 100 armed
men woald respond and drive him out.
of Clinton Tp. that he had already
sot two ol their crips and throe of
their signs, (here he gave the Prc-yo
the trips Ac.) and then he told said
I'rovo, if he came baek to morrow
night he would bo r-.ady to rejoin hia
Regiment, and would attend a meet
iug of the "Sons of Ziberty"and get
all the secrets, us he was to be invi
ted to morrow uight. Ine rrovo
gave our deserter a furlough accor
dingly. The next night came as usual,
the lJrovo came also, but lo I aud bo-
hold Mr. Deserter had skedaddled,
and has not been since heard of. run
ner says he went to huut a substitute.
So our rrovo, like Capf atone ol ui
Morgans Re-aiment whilst at New
Orleans; od its way to Mexico, was
the victim of minplaced confidence,
Quere let. Js this not tho way so
munv tales, of secret conspiracy, get
afloat on Democrate ? is it not the re
gultof interest.? Quere 2d, Why
are the remaining citiz:n3 of Clinton
Tp. compelled to furnish another man
In this man's place who runs koff, or
in this case when a man slips out of
the hands of the proper officers.
Nov. 5th, 1864, Clinton Tp.
Gold closed at th-j Evening Board
The Confederates admit the capt
ure of Plymouth North Carolina, by
our gun boats, alter three hours hard
Jure military arrest3 have heen
made in Indianapolis, on the eve
Johnsouville, with all its stores,
recaptured by Forrest.
What General Scott Thinks of
Martial Law, and Trial of Citizens by
The biogrrphy of Lieutenant Gen
rnl Winfikld ScoTr, prepared by
himself, re produces an article on ar
bitrary arrests written by him and
published in the National Intelligen
cer, January 4, 1843 lo that article
General Scott condemns aa "mon-
strona" the trial of any citizen not in
the military service by a Court Mar-j
tia). Referring to the . 5th and 6th,
amendments of the Constitution, he
1 1' these amendments do not exprots
ly secure the citizen, not belonging
to an army, from the possibility of
being dragged before a council on war
or court-martialed for any crimj, or
on auy pretence whatsoever, then
thero can bo no security for any(hu
man right under human institutions.
Congress aal tho l'res;dent could
not, if they were uuanimous, proclaim
martial law over any portion of the
Unitvd States without first throwing
these amendments intj tho fiire.'
It is vulgar'y supposed
particularly by thosa who, ' drissed
in a little brief authority," and! Iu3t
for more, that the bus pension or ha
beas Ctirpus, lets iu upon the citizen
martial law. luo bus penaioa by
Congress would, cettainly, lor tho
time, enable power to hold any citi
zen incarcerated without Ciu93 and
without trial; but, if brought to trial,
it must still be before one of the ordi
nary courts ol tho land. (See Auto
hioanvhv of Scott. Vol. J J., p. 293.
Wo uk every friend of constitu
tional liberty to ponder well the above
reiterated opinion of Genera) Scott,
and then ask himself, if he can sup
port an Administration that is iu tlie
daily practice of the monstrous crimes
against liberty denounced by oar
oldest veteran officer. i
Union Prisoners at the
Itesolved, That whereas ten thou
BAND OF OCR OKAYS COMRADES HAVE
DESCENDED TO AN UNTIMELY GEAVB
within the last six months, and as we
believe their dentil was caused by the
difference of -climate, tho peculiar
rfind and insufficiency of food, and
lack of proper medical treatment; and
wherers thoBe difficulties still remain,
we would declare, as our firm belief,
that UNLESS WB ABE SPEEDILY EX
CHANGED, WE HAVE NO OTHER ALTER
NATIVE BUT TO SUA RB THE LAMENTA
BLE FATE OF OUR COMRADES. Mast
this thing go on? Is there no hop4
Resolutions of Uuion Prisoners iu
l'eopleof the Not th relatives,
friends, countrymen of the suffering
and dying thousands of brave soldiers
who have fought in the van against
the foe, can you, numoved, listen to
their appeal for freedom aud a return
to long separated wives and little
ones that falh upon the ear of Abra
ham Lincoln as if ho were made ot
stone? Can you? ''We are not wil
ling to suffer to further the ends of
any party or clique," say the Federa
prisoners, and they osk that the cause
of their abandonment to a cruel fate
by the Lincoln Adminiutration be
explained to'them. The explanation
they ask is here:
''All other questions between
ns may be postponed tor tnturo set-
tleuoetit.but the fair exchange of color
ed soldiere and of their white offi
cers will be insisted on by the Gov
ernment, BEFORE ANOTHER REDICL SOLdier
ob officer will hb exchanged
'Solicitor of the War Department.'
"Tho wrongs, indignities
and privations suU' red by our (white)
soldiers would move mo to consent
to anything to procure their exchange,
EXCEPT' to barter away the honor
and faith of the Government of the
United States, which have been sol
emnly pledged to the COLORED
soldierd n its ranks.
"Denj, F. Butler,
'Maj. Gen. and Agt. of Exchange.
The negro the negro policy of
Mr. Lincoln the "enia"of the Ad
ministration party and the dominant
Abolition clique in it, demand your
sacrifice, brace soldiers! And .4 bra
ham Lincoln, at the bidding of snch
Massachusetts maligranta as Butler
and Whiting, is your executioner!
No truth in Holy Writ is more pal
pable than this. Abraham Lincoln
dare not, if he woull, waive the
claims of a few negroes whoare made
to stand in the way of the exchange
of over fifty thousand sufferng, starv
ing and dying white men, lost he
lose tho political support of the radi
cal "party" and the Abolition "clique;
lie might exchange each one of jou
and still retain scores of rebel soldiers
for every negro taken as a prisoner
of war by the enomy: But Abolition
fanaticism says no all other ques
tions may be postponed, bot your ex
change shall never take place until
the rebels yield to tho point on the
negro! And so your doom is sealed!
The Destruction of the Rebel
Washington, Nov. 2 Admiral
I'ofter has communicated to the Sec
retary of the Navy the following from
Lieut. Cnsbiog, as to the sinking ot
the rebel ICur, luem arte;
ALBEMARLE SOUND. Oct. 30.
Sik: 1 have the honor to repor
the rebel iron-clad Albemarle at the
bottom of the Roanoke liiver.
On the night of the 27to,
prepared my steam launcn, i pro
ceeded toward Plymouth with thir-
teen officers and men, partly volunteer
from the sqoadron. .The distance
from the mouth of thariTec to.tbe.Tam
waa eight miles. The stream averages,
in wiotn some iw- uunu'u jams
It is lined with the enemy's pickets.
A mile helow town is the wreck ot
the Southfield, surrounded by schoon
It was understood that the gun was
mounted there to co'umanc. the Uenli0
I therefore took one of Shamrock's
cutters iu tow, witn orders to cast off
and board. At I'oint of Rocks we
were hailed, our bmt$ suceueded in
passing the pickets, at tho Sonthtield,
within 200 yards, without discovery.
We were not hailed until by the
lookout on the sauio cutter; was then
east etf and ordered below. While
we lay for the enemy under lull head
ol steam, the rebels opened their rat
tie railed bell, and commenced firing,
sometimes rcuualitii' their hail aud
ECeu ni much contused.
The liht of a lire, on shore showed
mo an iron clad made fast to the
wharf, with los around her thirty
feet from her 6ido. Passing her
closely, wo made a complete circle so
as to strike hut lairly ana went into
her bows on. 13y tins time tho ene
mv'a tire was severe, but close can-
uister, at short range, seamed to dis
turb their aim.
I'aymaster Swau, of Otsego was
wounded, but how many more i know
not 13ullet8 struck my clothing, and
tho air seemed lull ot theur In a
moment wo had Btruck logs just
abreast of our quarter port, breaking
in some feet of our bows, and resting
on them. The torpodo booom wa3
then lowered, and 1 succeeded in di
ving a torpodo under, which hung
and exploded at the same time.
The Albemarle's guns fired a shot
which went through my boat, and a
dense mass of water rushed in, filling
the launch and completely disabling
her. The enemy continued their fire
at fifteen feet range, and demanded
our surrender, which 1 twice refused,
ordering my men to save themselves;
and removing my ovorcoat and shoes,
sprang into the water. 1 swam, with
others Into the middle of the stream.
The rebels failing to hit ns. Moat
of our . party were captured, some
were drowned, only one escaped be
sides myself, lie was in another
direction completely exhausted. 1
managed to reach shore but too weak
to crawl out of the water till daylight.
1 managed to creep into a swamp
close to tho fort.
While hiding close to the path, the
Albemarle's officers passed. 1 judg
ed from their conversation that tlie
ship was destroyed. Some hours'
traveling through a swamp Berved to
bring me out well below the town,
where 1 sent a negro to gain informa
tion, and found that the tain was tru
Passing through another awamp.
I came to a creek, captured ast-iff
belot)2in' to the pickets of the enemv,
and with this, by 11 o'clock the next
night, 1 made my way to the valley
The ram is tio completely sub
merged in the river, and obssructs
tho passage of oui ships.
I am, rospectfully,
W. B. CUSHING,
Licutenant U. S. Navy.
An Incident Negro Insolence
Encouraged. A tew days Binco, as
we understan J, a negro entered a car
on the Little Miami railroad reserved
exclusively for ladies, and gentlemen
who escorted them, lie was invited
by the conductor to withdraw to an
other car reserved for men. lie re
I used. The conductor thou summon
ed two braked inan to the scene. After
some parleying, the negro etill refus
ing, he was removed, considerable
lorce being employed to effect it, as
ho stoutly resisted.
The negro, on arriving at the
sweet-scented town of Xenia, got a
warrant tor the arrest of the brakes
men. They were tried and were
found guilty of an assault and battery,
and puui&hed with a fine of $25 and
imprisonment for six days in the jail.
So it is established that under the
Xenia Abolition code no cars can be
set apart for ladies that negroes can
nut invade. Cincinnati Enquinr.
DIED. On the lt inat. of a louir ar.d most
afflicting complaint, I.ENABE HOLLAND
11. D. agod" about fourty-flve yaars
Dr. Holland was for many years one of our
moat eminent Pliyaicia-a. and one of our moat
nrefull men, be was a Kind and affectionate
Husband and Father. All his lite he fins
firm Democrat from principle, of an invest!
gating and earnest mind, be was consequently
woll posted on the principles of our govern
ment and at all times enjoyed the confidence
of h's party. He leaves a wife and a learg fam
imly to raonrn tbolr loss.
ll p 1 1 i a 1 1J 1 1 1 1 ,.
VOU WISH TO BE CURED:
ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILI8 cure In leaa than
80 dare, the worst caes of NERVOUSNESS,
Impotency, Premature Decay, Seminal Weak
heaa, Inaanlty, and all Urinary Sexual and
Nervous Affection!, no matter from what caure
produced. Price, One Dollar per box. Sent,
post paid, by mall, on receipt of an order.
One Box will pcrtect ice cure in mot caaes.
Addreas. JAME8 BUTLF.ri
Gen. A(f't,42T Broadway, New York.
Sept 22nd If 64-8mo.
Balls Ohio Mower
SEND ; YdUR ORDSRa EARLT
DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS. SE
MINAL, URINARY AND SEX.LML
SYSTEMS new and reliable treatment
in reports of the HOWARDS JSSOCIA
TION Sent by mail in sealed letter nive
f,P, 0f charge. Address. Dr. J, SKIL
LIN HOUGHTON. Howard AfsocUtion
No. 3 South Ninth Street, Ph iladrlpliia.Pa
A SUTERIOi: REMEDY. Ween concl.m-
tionsly recommend to tlioK oufferinir from
ilUtreiwinxeuiigh,, Dr. St'lcklnml's Mellifluous
coutiu uiiiMim. It (rive relief almost instant
Hiieoua, and U wif liul not dinnfrreeiihle to tho
taste. There i no doubt but tho Mullittnotis
liulsitin is one of tlu l?t preparation in iie
and is nil that iia proprietor claims lor it. We
have tried it durnsr the past week, and found
relief from a most dittrossinv cotiird. It is pre
pared by Dr. Strickland, No. S Eat Fourth
Ktrcot, Cincinnaiti, (.,and lor sule by Drug
tiaat SUuentB per bottle.
CONFESSIONS AND IIXI'EKIENCE
or AN INVALID.
Published for the benefit, and as a CAU
TION TO YOU SO MEN and othors, who ui--
ler from Neivoim Debility, Premature Decay
of Manhood, &o., supplying at the same time
IhrMkans oir Sti.r Curb. Hyuiie who ha?
qured himself after undergoing considerable
cuakcry. By enclosing a postpuid adilreaaed
envelope single copies may be bad of the au
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Eqr
Brooklyn, KlngaCo. N. Y.
A Card lo tlie SullVrliij,'.
SWALLOW two or three hogshead of 'Buc-
hit," "Tonio Bitters" "SarcapiirillB,'
"Nervouf Antidotes," o. to., and after you
are tatWflcd with th result, and one hnx of
OLD imCTOBJSUiJHAN ENGLISH. SPECI
FIC PILLS and lie roatored to hea'tli and
vigor in Iok thun thirty days. They are pure
ly vegetable, pie went to take, prompt ana sal
nury in tliuir off.'Cta on tho broken down and
shattnrod constitution. Old and yoiinir can
take them with aiivant.ige. Imported and sold
in tho Uuited States only by
JAS. S. BUTLEt,
No. Broadway, Now York.
t37"ABent for tho United States
P. S. A Box of the Pills, securely packed.
will be mailed to uny address on rceoipt of
price, which la urn. l'ULl.AK, post pam-mon
ov refunded by the Aucnlif entire autiafoction
is not given.
Dopizanil ijsi omn.
t'lNciNKATi, tnno 4, 1803.
C. W. l.'OBACK
Mr Dxar Sir : i am dispensing a second In
oivo ot'yourStoninch Bittera among the largo
umbor of men who daily arrivo at this Instiiu-
Ton for rofresiiinont und rest. 'Die universal
estiniony is that theso Bitters aro tho boat
mad'i. For the various summer complaints
which afflict so many, 1 know of no romely so
safe anil ho siwe. Plutarch miys, " I'o ask a phy
aiciun what la easy mid what Is hard ofdigostion
and what will agiee with tho atomech. is ahunt
us xeiisi ilo as to as It whut is awoot or bitter, or
sour." Persons who look out for breukors and
have your Stomach Bittora in the hnnso tain
lire will never ask uny ono tliu I iulisli quostion
pokon of by tlu groat pnilosphor
1 must not
siniisa word or two for your Catawba. Brand
scribed for them by distinguished Army Sur-
huvo many men ncre who nave oruiuiy prye
The etleet of yours on such aro beneBciul
tar nioao so man iron) any previously luKen.
Persons who 'losiro a really pure Brumly cannot
fuil in their purchase if they got your bran 3.
I an, Doctor, with much rospect
15?" Office und manufactory, Nos. 5i5, ii, 60
and ill East Third ureo. For aulo every when
Nov. 6th ISM, alt. mo.
Cmsumptivo sntrurers will receives valuable
proso'iption for tho cuse of Consumption. A.--ttiiT.
a, Bioni'liilis, uud all throat und I.uui uf
fectious, ( froe of Kev EDWAliD A. WILSON.
Williumsbiirg, Kings 'o ,
Sept. 29-64-3mo New York.
Editor of Democrat.
Dear Sin : With youi permission I wish
to auy to the readers of jour paper thut
will send, by returned mail, to nil wishing
it (free), a eceipe, with full direcnona
for milking and unii'if a tiinple Vegetuble
linen, iu.it will en
i tually remove in en
days dimples, Blotches, Tan, Freckles and
ull Imptiritias of lhe skin, leaving the same
soft, clear, smooth and beauuful;
I will also mail free to those having bald
heads, or bare face?, simple direclio-is and
information that will enable Ihem starts
utl growth of Luxuriant Hair, WhUkersor
f Moustache, in lengthen thirty days.
All applications answered by return
mail without charge.
THUS: F: CHAPMAN Chemist
Sept. 522-64 631 Broadway New York-
A REMEDY FOJ? TlLES.-lt ia a blcctirg
th Miller it g lo kmw that we l.i.ve an itlicin
cure for t) is truly trcublcunio dcietac. II.
r. liazarde, of 164 Second ft. Cincinnati,
ta'-oa great pleasure in informing all whoare
Buffering with piles that he uaed u amall quan
tity of Dr. Strickland1 Pile Kumedy, and it
fee'ed a permanent enro. Thin feema to be
case with all who make uae of thia aplendid pre
partition. Il ia manufactured at Nt. t East
Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O, and sold by all
Licutenant U. S. Navy. LEGAL NOTICE.
THE STATE OF OHIO, VINTON COUNTY.
IN PKOBATE COURT.
Joseph Wilcox adma. Pltu".l
of Buauu Aluxunder Dec'd I Petition to
against ( Sule Kealty
Sarah Alexandoi et al Deft. J
Zacriab T. Aloxander defendent non resident
of the Bute of Ohio, whoae reaidenco is un
known, and one of the Acirsatlaw of Susan
Alexander deceased. "Will take notice that
Joseph Wilcox administrator of the Eata
Susan Aiexanaer aeceasea. on tne ytn day
November 1S64, tiled his petition in the Pro
bate Court within and for tho County of Vir.
ton State of Ohio, alleging '.hat the personal
estate ol said deceased la iniutliciant to pay her
depta and the charges of a (ministering her
estate; that she did reizcd in fee simple of the
following described real estate situated in raid
county ot Vintoujto wit: Commencing at the
south wect corner of section number nine, (V,)
in township number nine, (9, )of range num
ber eighteen, (18,) tbenee nortb ninety one
rods, thence east thirty four rods, thence
south ninty- one rods, thence west thirty-four
rods to the place of beginning, containing
twenty acres more or Jess, and that Sarah,
Zacriah T. Kebeoca C. and John W. Aleiander
aa nor hejrs at law, bold the next estate
The prayer of said petition ia for the sale
Slid jremisea, for the payment of the debts
and chargos aforesaid, said petition will be lor
bearing onths 10th day of leoember 1864, or
as aoen after as oouncel can be heard.
Nov.16 -64-4w JOSEPH WILCOX,
E. A. Bbatton, Atty. Adma. 8uaan Alex
for Petitioner. ander deceased.
tot Sato" at the DEMOCRAT Office.
JrjSTrechad and for &le at lhe LOWEiT
l'riuo at thi Drug Store of
Dr. A. CONDEE.
IOST. On Hftturdny the 5th tnat. a t Jfc
j Wrtlnu n rui,t ol Oac Will Store, or be
loeun tl.err muu Ji'iiii Millers, to miles west
uI'MuArtbur. A luir lr her pothet bept.it
coiituinud aln.ut I liirty Dollars iu money, in
Tu lou JulUr b lla, una tiva dollar bill, bal
ance in small bills and poa al cunvuey . Also
ol nute on Daniel ilstrs Sr. forUenly dol
Inrs, payable to Klizuhuui Juua Kuunedy, also
oua note on John Ankr m, for twenty uollars,
Due and payable to tlizuheth Jano Kennedy,
nrn! some oilier papers ol' no valuo ixcept to
theownere. 1 will ry Ten Dolla-s reward
for the r"Vjry if I'ooktt Book, any person
Sliding it can le.ive the sumo with K. A. Brat
tnr McAnbur, orot my lesi.lenoe in .luo k son
To w i h i p. ELIZaHKTII J. KENNEDY,
t.ov. 10th letS4,-8
FRESH CAN FRUIT.
1)1 NE-APPLES, Peaches, Stiawberrios, Black
1 berries, audeireeli Pens; just received aud
fur sale LOW at tho Drug 8tort of
Dr. A. CONDEE.
MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI
ON and after Monday, 0olubor31 1864, and
uutill furtlior nonce, trains will run aa fol-J
MAIL 'iOINQ EAST,
Leaves Cineiunati at 7:40 A. M.: Leaves Love
Uml,nt8:,V) A, M.; arrives at Chillicothe at
1'2:2'J P.M.; Leaves Chillicotho at 12:50 P. M.;
leaves lluuidoii Junotion;at 8:H P. M.; leaves
McArtlinr. at 2'84 P.M.; Icavos Z.ilcskl, at 3:01
P. M., leu ves Athens at 4:D P. M. Arrives
M Muriotta at 6:55 P. M.: arrives at Parkers-
burg at 7:00 P. M.
aiaiii eteiinu west.
Leaves Parkor.ibnrg, ut7:40 A. M.; leaves Mar-
ietta at 7:4ft A.M.: leaves Athens at 10:31 A.
V. ; icuvcs Zuloski, 11:45 A. M.: leaves Me Ar
thur, 12:13 P. M.; HamJcn .1 unction at 12:32
A.M. Arrives at Ohillicothu at l-.ii P.M.;
Leaves Ciiillinothe at 2:19 P. M. J leuvos Love--land
al fi-M V. M.; arrives at Clucinnatti at
Zuluski Freight carying faaacngors, passes
McArihur goin? Eaat at 6:S0 A. M.; uo'mz
Weal aiii :34 P.M.
The Aceommodutbn Train Leaves Chillicothe
at 5:20 A. M.; arrives at Cincinuutti al 10:25 A.
M.; leaves Concinnati si 8:30 I'. M.j arrives at
Ci lllicothe at 8:50 1'. M.
Com eotinna nre made) at Lovelnnd wUh
I rian-to snd from Columbus; f d nt Hamdcn
Junclion with trains to and from Portsmouth
JOHN DUKAND, Snp't.
Jar-jary 11, lS4-ly
Aisnr.Rso.v j Gnccsouvs iieiu
, -m -r r',.ii is : . ...i... : .i... .l. .. . in
I ".' ", ,l:u givvu uiui ine unurr-
: ; "Kn,,(' appmnifa anu quell-
Red csUudrdiun of the rstuie of Eliza June
Rrpgory. minor heir of Anderson J Gregory
lute of V'nWon county. Ohio deceased.
Ncv. 3 ill 1864-ew ;OHN R.GREGORY
TO YOUNG MEN.
Jv6T POBLISIItn IN A SEALED E.tVKLOPE.
rKi"R Six Cxnts.
A. Lecture on tke finture.Trrntmcnt and
Radical Onre of Spermatorrhoea or Semi
ii u I Weakness, Involuntary Emissions. Sex
u;il Debili'y. bti'I ft ml mpeilim'nis tn Blir
r.iige gem-rally. Nervousness, JoiiHimp
lion Epilepsy, and Fits; Mental arid Phy
istul inciipaciiy, resulting Irtim Self Alius
&c. II) ROI3 TJ. CULVERWELL, M.D.
Author of the "Green Book,"
The world renownrd author, in this ad
mirible Lecture, clearly prnves frnm his own
experience! tlmt the awful t'ons' qut nuos of
Kelf-AhnSR mnv be niTpr'tiiallr rpinnvpil
wm,cjnt njeJiuii.e. and without oWerous
. .. .. .- o
pu-giral operation?, bougies, tnsru merit,
ring, ur cordials, pomlinj out a cure al once
certain and effectuil, by which every suffer
er, no mutter what his condition may be,
may cuie h'nriPalf rhenplv, piivatlev. and rail
icaily. THIS LECTURE WILL PROVE A
BOON TO THOUSANDS AND THOUS
ANDS. Sent under seal, to any address, in a
plain, sealed envelope, on the receipt of six
cents, or two postBge stamps, by addresinz
CIUS. J.C. KLINE &Co
127 Bowery, New York P. O. Box
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, )
McAbthub, V.Co.0. Oct.20-64.J
I, ARCH. NORRIS. Sheriff of Vinton
County, State of Ohio, do hereby notify the
qualified Electors of the county of Vinton
and Slate of Ohio, to assemble in their re
spective Townships, at the usual places of
holding elections, on
Tuesday (Being the 94 day of November,)
A. D. 1864,
And then and there proceed , as the law di
rects to elect Twenty-one electors of Prer
ident and Vice President of the United
States in pursuance of the Constitution of
the Unifd States and of this State.
In Ustimony wnereof. I have hereunto
set my haml and seal, thiaTwentieh
day of October, in the year of onr
Lord one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-four, and in the eight) 'nine)
year of the Independence ofiheUni
ted Sutrs of America.
ARCH, NORRIS. Shflf.V.C.
Oct. 80,1864 Wm. Golb Deputy.
DAVID GUEGOltVS ESTATE
Calvin Gregory, Executor ot the Estate of
David Gregory deceased, baa tiled his account
and voucher for inspection and par tial settle
ment aud that tho same will be for hear in g OA
the 20 ih day of November 1864.
Nov. 3, 1864-3w Probata Judge. "
SUSAN ALEXANDERS ESTATE.
NOTICE is bar sby given, that Joseph Wil
cox has been' appointed and duly .aall
tiedas Administrator on the Estate of Sum
Alexander daoaasecL, late of Vinton county,
No. , 164-8w J08EPH WILCOX
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