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ni'j.iii. S nave t i ul-eii mill (' e
y txiiic..l tiu-r re-ohi't.-n .xtu . )
m j... ium cxcsJft ori i.-rte: our liii-itli.'
c w HI un'- ..,!, i-aoi, im-l d 'jrn i.i- j'
ti'.!l, t'J k';lV.V tliiUI)' il-i.iv of ill J U-ij-
tr.ti.Mi of hi rii.iti -s uiitil t'i AAn-i -a
! their i;N:ity to ikiu- r u i, hi il
jvlkJ, yliiuniii tli e ; vli uro al
l '.i ly ilidj oeeil tor jio-.xce. niuiiy nru
i-.etualeJ by jir'ti3:.f.! m l by iUn;i
jiroviil utvl ihliot rv-i'Co of 'li1 iniij'iit
iMis w-u lire t i tt t i i . i r G ivi'i imi.ht r
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fi.C in yl a :.i j "fiiy of tin; Is'oitii-
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l!i it will.ntu'ia to ii',' itii-tt- lor j .
w i i.;!i H n kv .; i ill i : I M Ml!' si I.-.
iii "o is nianif s'.iy my t.-ililo unlo
''ihll'.'il V I. "Ill Utt:iM to lllii WMT,
f.nJ t'm ilit,i,i(iition lor i: iiunui our
vnv.mii i will by livbt tiii J in 't ui-r'H'ri
ly vvoKkI by tin) xlt'iiiHiii-ti a'ioii m
our ait of !'.1' lity a.ui uii!lmk;n I u
t'jiiini.u'.i ji to ilvllii l our limits and
t-i iiu'il ii ) laitli'.y prico tjj d.-ar lor
finir I'lirciiasc.
VVuuiiO'. or tii-rj uliall 1m on t lio pait
of our vii-inius a ii,Ji: f r pi a-o.
t)i. ro will bo no .l.ffii-iiUy in lin.luij;
in iu'.tily it'll tu-otiiiti 'ii can In
vM ii' '1, Imt ia o' vi.-u-i t!i:tt no iii,'. n.'
cm I'o c.ilii.il into notion tin' 1 1 tiii
vivslrv !'iii! bv niuiiiit!- Wmn ih.it
C'lUlillljit. Itcy fil' till llllj'll II, tliv I0V-
vri nit'iit, ty wbicli is C"ndnoJ tliu
li'i ufy ina'iiiT power, can In? a- no lo.-'r
lor m:'nns a.l.i;it-:l to aucoinplibli eo
ilofirable an cnJ.
In Hid liopu that t!io day xvi 1 soon
lm ri'iu In-'l when, umlur Divino lavor,
tiu' fcjt'itv may be ui'ow d to "iti'i-
o.'iii eo' loinur I'Vaceinl juirniifs", iiii1'
to oiiVi lop the uhii'iliiiit n. final re
pourwa xv.tli ;vli:e!i th.'y urn liivgsoil,
kt lid thin r'Bolutely i- 'iitinue to .'e
Totu cur unile.l an.i uininp iuel imut
Rics to the (leii-tiri) of oi:r homes,
ei;r livi b ainJ our lihvrtii-', Thin i.
thy true path io peai'ii. L I ns tivai
it with coiitiJonco in ihu a.- uicl r
tu.'t.
JEFFERSON DAVIS.
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ITEMS-CLIPPINGS.
Dec 5. A porli n ol Ivu'v'ri troops
Lin e In en sent to Kiehnion l.
TiitTD were rumor in the city last
i i'.'ht tiiat a batl'c Lot vein Th-iua.-tii
iJ IIdoJ waa progressing at N mli
villo Ahhoiijjh telegraphic conima
nitration iaopyr: toXihvillo, we xv-p.
nn;ih!e u; Io 3'oeh ck thia inornin
to learn if there was any tnilh in tin
report. V,Te are with -ui any lolvic-s
a
of the) concjition of uflVra n X ia'i v:l !
on yestenl.iy, aif lioiis'i th-re io cery
c m:i li'iicj vntet taiiii d in th o a'u iiy
of Gentrul Thomas to fncMsluily ro
ei,t Roy attack General llouJ may
in alt"
The rebel.-i ra.ido a dash into G d! i
t'n on Friday, uud ci'.pM.r d two hun
i!'Ci head of Ufves.
Ofli-ia! a Ivic-a a V,'i-h;,iLt.i,, re-
port the a: my ol 0-n. Th nrjas c -mc.-i,
traud ttttheb rtirt 'atiotsat N ihvi!I'!
. .r
and prepared for iny inovnii.'ut Geo
JLIoud riiiht make.
Tha li'chmond press admit that
Sherman ia making Jn.pid prfcL-s
tbeBea, liavm eucct-sfii ly erossid 'he
OconeC Ili vi r, and 'hat there ia (-ecu
Eton for rfc.'A'- anxiety f...r tlio Bifoty o'
Savannnh.
The captnro of .Milien by 6'lK'rmAn
la corifii med, and A ruport fpxtn
Bicaniboat ciptaiti afatoa that Shennaa
ja near Savamjah. Ilia aimy bid bjeii
conctatratcd.
1'. ii hel'tv.d that with the fiiture
of A5 lii-n it luio numb :r of i'Vieml
ris uieis weio released lj (tcneral
Shut mill .
1 he te'c.:t.io!i -ives the i:irfcu!ara
f :i!uu!,; i-.x Mti'ier Knlo on VrUUy
LetVHni, c-i)':ili)-( I" lni;s!vi.Ili:l
: li . 11 T: '. I ! 1 : .fill, t TV I! l.l Mi.iii.t .ti.lln
v. . ' . i
(J -ill !.: VI I l.liO il.-a.'I'K-ra. Hie
itti r ui8 roi'Ul-i-1,
,
lr - i"-ttvS Ritlllcrv firinyti
Ji'f!i -nlvin iva-l, i n ThuiSiliv
K jo-. ; u-n I, til Uqak-t in 'Jraiir'a
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. Tim j-.l-it I'f.tst yf E'lj-tan 1 an l
r'r .me a.'.isn -t the ciptnrt jf Hi-
' t iri.l. It i i lm, .it 1. 1, 1 I - .1...
Fvdila! ai'.'.h ritie., whu propoBo to
'o la!;.- n i aetion .irlil the iMhineut of
Ura. l havi) ivpor'o I the sanie.
Mi . (ii. i. I) l'.ciituo has reached
llieloii 'U I, on a visit to his don.
D c atbi'i- C The lliciun i-nl J),'s
j'lto'i. of De enili.'r 2, el.iinn a victo
ry ol n!.'lvr a c?v.i!ry owi Kilp.it
tick in E ist G.'ornia. .Tlie latter at
iiiup'ol toci's th Savi.nmili Uivr,
!.m xxanltivi.il hack with huivy 'ess.
Th Dtsji .t.:.'i sa a ah man'a army
is nau ii- t,. Aiir I tliu io.st, und thai
a li it' ii- w txpectc I.
I'll' lii-l.iiiei 1 irVii'y thinks Sher
man lias tans far uia i i,'.-d i i live up
on the c uairy. It l.ui i.-Vi-ft ho wil
vac i the Atiamie c ast in sati-ty, and
fr-nn there 'o ti Uieom m 1 . 1 d i i't
hi.d; he widc ipturo either Savannah
Auiis'a, "r Ghaik'ston
fVLiiJhuuiire.l pria ui.;rs lrivo ln-eii
cap. tired iroiu Shetai in and edit to
Autitia.
'itiu Gjv-rnor of Gjor'i i lets p".
aiiin in ta i han !a oftiio L'e .liicn'iary
convicla and cunt th ou to liio front. "
H ind's army is reported to ho xv th
in txvo iu'les ot Nasnvil.u. .Matlr.-es-b
ro und Cii itt'iuooe-a are deaiie,.!
Ml!-.
t5.;iiii) nixtv roMileiits o'the S mtli
eiu State-, now in New V rk, have
been sme.-t -d bx General O x, utioii
ai.apicio.i of h jnij concern.jd in the
.lie ti li try U rus.
Geiu ral l!rai,' claims to have re-'iie-ed
t he) Feiloiaia hoin D.'y ufn't,
S'Utn Caroiin i, w io ha I a lvan.-o I to
meet Sherman, i 1 1 oivurivd at a plae
e alie l (ir ih i u ivi.ie 31 ,aUn tr im Sa
v.iiioah and "J tnika lioin Uimr.ia
ton
I he rth d j havj op 'iie i a nexv bat
tery ne u Fort Uarliuj, lii'iin Dutch
G,p. ,
I h;' ilntlt ftt 7asliiriit(i waa re
Biiiueii este:dav. I'll ) e lir.ir ol the
u J.t-ii 1 1 1 f.ni Ii'jtt!-'iu iit was d'.-a.vo.
Tne rvb ! cav if ry tit i K a d is.h at
Nv Creek, in tho S u:i a i l m!i V d
y, la'. ,y, an-.l c-ipt'ire i -I ) ) to i I )
pri.-ou-r-j, I o-ir cinn n and a coomJji
anie ipiant.ty of hy j y.
I'll ; N xv Y rlt Titbune '-hopea"
Hut rtr .il wiii boiniJj .r an tm-r
5'i) W-) til.-u ; tiie dralt to take jila.-e
a tiie lit of march u.-xt.
The Florida and the Bahlans
as th- L'".i d;.i -u ili by ihj en
tiiviiii.:e oi tii - I'V.i -r ii (.iuvernm -in
a ij i n ii . v o .- ii il ire; i .a -d in
tii'Li-'ein j.1,1'1-). i! I r tiie a-ei
ot xiin-ii .i:.l; :iie Fi"iida m
thiiui.'i ,u -,xa;:i, t!u 'Vph.iiioii
'i H.-j'oii'lein oi in.) Ciiiei'.iii iii (jti
Sett's si 1 ho ha I ''ici-.oii to husj.- ct
Uiai. u i'r.iz l hh til l O-niniJ li r re
turn e" e xvi.l be Very apt to tyiin a
u and i 'iiiwii ii,loie sne - ts
na-k." blieiiid spii.ij; a leal;, i Io "UH
lai.kee coi.t'ivanee and x-i lit .l .a'n.
I'll.' Uoot in A'ci-itiui (ii',-) law-1
UlaiV Sll-l ritr, Un lllv F.uliiia. wll-re j
o xxaa aneijored, waa iiK toe xav,i
that "it uint be ntec-5-iary t rt .ei
ee.ir.ty of navigation m iia npr.in
U ai t i reim.-vi; tno xxreek iiy bla-t
ii.n'." Aoo ii i j niiiiai thinks l ivora
bi ol th.? htiucati n A the Aurci liei -
and iiop.'H tin , a? Hie t;-Bnv i s,;if can
no be usi MeJ. its timbers mav tie,
after : lie iil ixvin up r-iurm-d to t li ?
iit .l.tia ill the tii, I. id o! xxo-xl. n ;iiit
mea as re nembraacv a ill '"ilic y.m
u an I tei'v II, at tw.-ae.n d t:.en- no
a und.-r t i-ir jv i un;u lor a.io.vm
;,ivor to icb -I p'rat
i
,-rta
The Florida and the Bahlans Systematic Military Conscription.
T.i') ('o -.iniiati Ouz t'e r-eo ;i
ineie.ia (ni.'i:ai V coiiscrijiti'n: as it a t-t.-d
iiih'iru'. on (nr t-.is cmntrv. as .t
cx ot:i n K r -p -an c 'un'ri-.-s. i; ar
liiaia tu.it i:iv probaba.' ) r i;rae'iori .it
tie war ! t.-icra bmuo pucIi sys.'.-m
nine v-ai y in i idvr to raise fr. hIi re
eraiis : .r tho a.-n;v ;h tnex' in tv b
i m-'eb d frau tone t tuna. It n.n;i
' ';,-! 11 t!J ; p"-i:rva?i-.ti ol the LF..i n,
i Wtfi'J ii! ', v.'on'. d-r uv
! s -p r it. 'ii ati 1 iii'I-pen.ience aeknow-
I 'itf'-.j, i.-ti';li a vyrini ripii'iu ..a an i s
Oioiialnii lllft-it ltiO.1 xvuld b.! Il-ed
ed t.-r i r !e..".i'.ii aiiiist tho O nOe.l-vnti-
ui i'ury i. s..t.a.n, an I to ..(
t.e toe complicated territorial rpi s
fi-u-. to it x,s;ald I tit-u ari-e. So uiai
in at.y i Viiii, (,'u:i,'j k'j.'I. will, ilc-Adujini-tiuliiu
and Ab'iiiion or.'aii
cova in ura regular aa.i syt-uut e
cotifi-i .p uo o: nil i'nu V"'in4 and a' :
bod. ed in. ;u in the couitiv tor tiu
tr, io ui creatii and .iii.io'aioi
..t the N r;li u perm u lit mil (mj
aeoutid:u, iiiier ti;e Did World put-tern.
(For the M'Arthur Democrat.)
Tho tollowin ia from a responsible
man from Vinton Co. now in the
12th. O- V. C. and intit!ed to credit.
Lexington Kr.
Major E A. Diatton.
Sir: I thoiioht I xvotild drop you a
line to let yon know ho.v Abi-a Email
citation I'r.'cl uui:itn.n. ia treating
the neiiroes in Ky. On last iriday
there W'Tu 3'JOduikiea Beet hero from
Uuinp Xclaoii, some of Abea ullieera
drove them from that place, they came
here and the rian t waa tho military
mtliorities would not hive any tiling
to do vith them and they vvero obli--e
l to camp out on tho railroad.
I'liey etolo aotno of an Abolitionists
f.-noe-to burn, hu complained tj the
military authorities, and tluy weio
ordered not to take any more lencu
I'ney had to Btay there threj day a
without anything to eat, and no firea.
I .vas down there thia vvetiiu and
they looked uiia rablo indeed it has
been raining ah the time aiaco thy
eame, Ju-.t think ot the misery an I
taivatiet). As 1 walked doxvu tho
rail track I saw two of them laying
ilcad aa they had ilieu ot in oidula. a id
no onu to care lor them. Th y appli
ed t. the City aiith'iritiea bat they Paid
toe mliiary bad liberated tnein, and
the mdttaiy must t ike care of them.
So the darkies remained xvitbout food
or tuel dyin; olf &j. I am told they
aiI atl atart in a aiiort timo fr Cm
eiunati und orh.-r ports ol ()!iio. So
you see the b.-n.li'a ol tho Froclama
tion, to the poor American of Afn
cans d iCeiit.
I ih:nk there ii as muc'i bum inity
in tit's, aa i.n;re waa jnstioj in th
. . f v ....
late Ruction in una piajo t was
i'tin:' in the offijo ol onr hicracki
the evjning be..'e tne E octiou and
in came ouo of yld Abea Cotitnietors
and asked tor a uaid ol live iiK-n.
sa)iuti.at be ha I hrivd nine men t.i
v "tj tor Lincoln, and that some uf the
Ky. goidicia had -ot in with them
and xx aa about to t them to vote lor
MeCleilan. The ;;tiiirii was obtained
and drove the Ky. soldieia out of the
room, an 1 p aj) i over tin. in, und no
one was alowed to go in but some
men xvho -jve them Jiincolu Whisk
ey, t keeji iheoi all rinrht aa it waa
said. O .o ol tiieso in mi xv. ia p .id
7.0'). one $5 Ui) ati-l the liilieai
olio y D.OiJ ior lin.ir v.'tea. Aa Bum
as d.i lint CiitiM tiiey were lulled to
to the pol:8. When tne proper ' time
collie to votii, they came to tho bar
lacks, and they asked how xv.j w re
oin t vote, I told them I xva.s oin
to vote for .McCiellan and they repli
ed they wmiid aend nil to til dr U-giS
mat voted tor .Mac and tnose xvho
v- ted lor Abe could 6tay iiero ail
winter, So tin to was but three of us
out o ten who voted lor Mae. two of
tii' m are sent to tho ii' "t. and they
only kopt me because they could n.t
spur.; iu). I saw twenty three B"l
diers vote and not oi:n of th .-in wa
ovi.r toii -tertii ye ira of a ?. li-.-pect.
abie i.flieei'a here ' uve told me that
plenty of a jjjria voted at Xiaiivine.
l'le ie pub. i-li and let n.y ueighools
knoxv tne f.icta.
Yonra.
Private 12th O. V. C.
The Administration and
Our Suffering Soldiers in
Southern Prisons.
I'hiit tii'iy or sixty thoiiaad of na
ked hall t't.irved oick and djiu Un
ni .-ol liora xvere iu .S'mth-rti pria
ons, was known to tiie pe iplo and the
Adiiiiiiiti'atinii hix inontlirt ao. It
xxas usually xe!i kn-ixsn that tlies.
niv i . comd bo i xeliangi-d lor icb
el white rnldu-ra hold by ua, and tlnit
the r-.tiil utiih ir.tna xvere xviil.nj and
Usirotio to exchange. Dul the Lin
coln A im, uiait.iti.ni g c up ono ix
case u.ter a.e.tiier lol' not are-jili-to
a. i vxc oaii'e, auion oilier. th.'
the rebclo wotii.J u.( vxohane the
u. ro pria ineia tney lieid, ior wmie
iii:ii. Iniiis ent mi this way, till
aoout the t.mo .r the ekitiot), xxheti
to, tij.up'ii the reoe a stiil iu u..d to
iaii.hij uer iea, an cAciii'i.; oi
8-niio ten tn.ui -a-t-l jir.s Mi..-i8 id agreed
to by ihu Aduiiins ration.
Why iib mi ('.eon 'till more than
tnt; niiioii. r oi our oui.i an I
rtine bou.ed tu.-ii ni Southern pri;.yas
moot ol liK-tii vvtviiid m the seiv.u
ot tneir c-'tin'ry, ha I villi r per shi-d
iir i (.'..iiii n burden to tin-m-elv. a and
tuurf.i. u ia lor li'e? Cm any uni
ted the VeasniJ
It cini ,1 ii jt fi.'cn a wish to beneli
I lie inio prtsiiiivi'S' li it wa it hat
inlt?irbiy tailed finle.l ol its oijeel,
lor the negro priaoiiera rnivc not Uc n
ixehaijfied, and ait not iikciy to be,
I'T winto inch.
ll liua Ijeoii mated aa a rcaimi f n
ihe .loia', that term of i.-niistoiein
ot many thouaindj of on i toi .ietu
tiel '. us pi Minus in the South had
Xj-ircd, and th.it a largn pt. p. ft.yii
f tin ui, if exchanged, w.-uhl noi i.
eidiet, and bene j tilt A d.n iirotra.ioii
would g ti:i bur. tea- nT.iito hy rtll ,x.
change, wide ly it the Valium
in lea woiud be luimeomt. iv recrui mi
and strengthened. If tow waa uu
"eaaoii why our authoriiiej would not
a;rco to an exchange, and wny our
nmn were left to starve, rot, and mis
erably perish in Southern prisons il
ia not only a selfish una moat wicked
rxeuse, but moot bai batons and fiend
ish cruelty it can not b) too etrong
y cotio-anjiJ.
Aain. it is said that tho Federal
authorities, at the hea l ot whom
stands Mr. Lino 'LN, would nut allow
an exehaiig'j to take-plac before the
presidential election, b.'causo they
feiiredtliat a large tinjoiity of our
iXeliauged men would vote against
the Administration. Circumstance
seem atroiig'y to give countauanco to
the asBerliou that thia was one ol the
rea-ons for the delay. But like the
otliera wo have alluded to, il ia an
atrocious one. We hope lor tho honor
of human nature to say nothing of
the ci'eadit of our G ivernmeiit it is
nut true. Au Adininirtratioa that
could resort to eueh reckless and bar
barotia cruelty to maintain its-hold of
power, ia utterly and hopelessly de
prived. Ii.it wha.ever may have
nei-n the rmnb lor thia cruel delay in
ixchangea in the past, let them now
go on till not a Union soldier remains
apiisoner in the South. We have
enough rebel prisonera in our hands
to make the exchange lull and com
plete- Lot lb ?ie he uo lurtiur unnee
ejsary delay; but let it be done aa
tuny and aa apeedy as possible. The
country humanity and patriotism de
mand it, and will hold the Adminia
tiutron responsible i.Jif be not done.
The Vote for President.
Fortv-two of the (igbty-poven
coutitiia in Ohio, ot nearly on half
of them, ejve General M Oleilan
liandsoino majorities on the hin,e
vote. He is beaten in the State 27,75
votes, exclusive ol the Soldiers. One
year nio. John Jlrn.j-h .had Cl.tMU
inaj T'ity on the h ene vote Tins
in liciile that the p ity who c'icU-d
llrongii was riipidty ilec'ining iu the
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(.'nii.'li ILiImoii. It -ivo." roli.-i.ilni"'. in.-iiin!-:l
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tiiHio. Tln'O) i i .l iii'ii Inn tii-- x -1 1 ? : . i . 1 1
Itul-i nil is nnv ni' iti; li.-t r-1 -ti rst : i in iim
iiii.t nil thut iin;.iii.!"r i-Knin- l..r i'. V.'.
iiurc tr'i-.l it it ifi i- tin- put wo-lt. un 1 Cmnl
rulii I' fmiii ii ini.' .li' ri'ii-iinf i-.iii .'!i. Il i-ie
l-nru.l bv Ir. s; ri'-kliio l . N . a Ku-I I'-.'ir'li
L'Oi-et. 'in.-inii;i"i, 1 1. . un l lor sale Ly llriiif-j
Slie at K'l oi'titH per li .ttlo. j
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i..t .;ii'l. ly in it I . on rw ipt, uf i.n urilcr.--Onu
li.ix will ii.jrii.-ct tl.o rnr- in m.i.t vi,m.
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ii'n. A ;'l . -t 7 riroii liv-ij , Xtiv Vurlj.
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I'llK WNKKSS uNS AMI l:.l'Ki:iE.N'(?K
1 I'K AN IW.II.IU.
I'iilili-!ii-.t ;.?' tin- I-, I,, t!r, nr.d as a ('At'
I'M.N To Yi'U '.' Mi:r mill r,iiu.r,, wIlimh
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inlo-ry. l.y t-J. -!. -1 1. a -...-t pui.l n.l.lr.. i-.i
i-mtli.pu Miulu cnj-i. s tie.y tin lirri .,t t; mi-thor.
HATHA M EL M.X VFAIIt. f-r
III" l!)n, Khi.i i'i). N. V.
Junu2ml - tjr.
I'ii ril K lln SmCIVi Itiu.
SWALLOiV two or t l-,r,;o lmp-h ,i,i oi'-mic-
lm," '-Tonii) UlnniH " 'Siiriip:irilii.''
-.Nurv-m Am'.ili us." ,te.. iin.t uitur ymi
n't futi-fi.ifl v ilh rt: nnnR lOiil i.iiii li-. nf
(i.u i")' ioii,;i:i:iiA kni.lisii ?
KiO l'II,Lk'- uii'l lio runtnro I tn limi tii unit
vior in lesi, ili.in iliirty it:;vi. 'i'liey re pure
ly voif e.a'ilc, . ou-nt.t to tiike, pnnii.t nn-l mil
ut.iry in f'mir ctr-.-tn ua ill., lir.imm ili.wn iin.t
.-t alii-ri-.t oi-nlii ii ;i..ri . (). im-1 yf.nn-.' ran
take III -in with u-'vhii'ii'I!. lniportl-.l unj vuM
in liiu liuite-i Isi.i.-M only l
JAS R. IlUTt.v't.
Jf. -1 :V frnielivav. Srv: YorV.
r?TAi.-nt f..r-li- I'. iii-A Stat-n
1. S A Hi t ..I'tliu 1'i.U. M.-nr.:ly pn .-l.c.l.
will li. in,-. i!r. I t" nt.y I'.'.lr-n .-n r.-. . ipt i.f
prii".'. wli.-li i' ')M-'. li I.L-K. rr.stp.-.i l hk.h
y M'lii!. I I Iiy tb A- inl if ui lire a;iM'.K':i..n
i r-.t i;i
S-f ' '.-''i-l l-3....
Editor of Democrat.
1)E xit ivin : With voiii p.'riiii--tiin I wi-.li
io c.iv in in- ri ti Ii is ot v . r p-o-cr tlint 1
;i
In ni I XX i.sllilT
xv ri (nit, tie relnne il inn i
H(iri'f). b iii-cri: p, with 'n!i l'r'r.i nn-s
lor in iking an I usii g a f-impv V.-ir-r,i!ii
ii.iiai our xxiii rit-. iuiiiiv
ii ixs nn:ps, l',.in lic?.i. Ian. 1' ii-i-Kli-n met
all Ini.'iirilios ol' l lie siiiii. !en v ioy the e.hik;
suit. cl..-ir. sniooth in-.il heiteilul:
I wi.l 'fUii iiiiiil Irre In iln.w liHvint; buhl
IHNK1-. or n .re .n-rs, saapln direi tuns
rt'lllUVe III ll'll
.... -
11 trtti 1 1 -n UmI will rii-liV tiit-iii otiiit a !
u I tr.oxili of Lnxuii.i.t Iliir, U'link.-rs or .
ltlo.iKiuc.il, 111 !(; then t'or'v I'm-.
yl I iipi'lii'.atiiiiis aiiMxeivd by return
rn-iil xtitliout 1 line.
Ei'.-i'pcifii'lt- voiirs,
THUS: F: Cil.PM,xN Cliomist
b'ept. 23-H4 bS! LroutlWHy Nfiv York-
TO COKSUMPTiVH."
(7;Iimiiii tiio MiiiiroK ni.l r.-u-ivi. a vaiiiulilc
prc-.!'i.'i.'ii t-T h.i c-ou ol' C'.Min-ii.iini. A
tiiiau. li i.ia-lii i-. ami all ' 1 1 r -1 an. I .pi,.r K f.
iVMioint ( I'ruo of l.'i'V KDWAlil) . WII.SoN.
Wiliiumi-btirji. K 1 e ' ,
S.-j.t. in-'ll-Sinn .N.T Y'-rk.
TYsTKrs!A NKi:VOf8XKSS, AM) J)E
i! I I.I I Y. hit. STlil" KL A Mi'S TON IO.-Vt.
ran n-C'iiiiiiiuini th-is'i.- null' ring witb l.ixw of
Appotite. Iiiilii-.tiiiii. nr I)tt.pc,-viv. NurvonsS
imi-i und Nam 10 K-lii'iiv, tu 11 j StricltlamlV
Tonic. ll i u vuiut:il)lo praurut .1, fri-e
lr on ali ol...li.; Iiiiiurn ; il tttr-iiirtlienH tin.
tt-h-ila nu'vii'ij Pyl..:iu : it ernMtr a ir-ioil uppo
ii:e. a id lit t;arrHiiitnl ttiouru UnpnpsiBuiid
N'-rviiti He 'ility.
Ft.rnluby liiiiaj'K's pfniTally at 1 per bnt
tlo. I'r-parc l by Dr. A. Ut, it-Maud, Ko. 6
Ea-t K.mrtb 'n..!l I 'iiiciniiuti.Olii.i.
July It .,1 -lvr.
For si . nk Deeds. Caliui
tUjj OFFICE nod be Sup pied. I
AN EXHIBIT OF THE
REGEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES.
REGEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. The Expenditures of Vinton County for the year ending September 2, 1864.
-XOX-
REGEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. The Expenditures of Vinton County for the year ending September 2, 1864. COUNTY FUND-RECEIPT.
B.ilnnre in Trcsurjr Sept.'nil.er ! li'jj , .. .
Iti'CL'ixe.l un sc til-'iiifiii for diinque.it un I tirfcitaJ li.-t.
Amount rollecic.l on D'-ceuiber d i()lieuts.
" rehin Iiy Wi;k?svi!, Towiuliiji.
" (Clife rent of E-iijr. Ce.
' fin-s ni'l Ta- er i Li -cu- (Trej fa ti Coiluet:J.
" to i L-c led o.i J Jin J.plicmc.
Tctnl rccwi,'ti.
By or.im rcJtetm!.
Bilancs
$1031 99 )
84 W 0
049 11
131 13 8
11 61) 0.
IS'i SS 0
S287 69 I
mi o -
1337 19 1
81294 90 a
ERIDGE FUND RECE1PTB.
Bala nef ia Trrasury Spt.!inber 1st 1Sii3.
linininl r-llt'tteil on Ili-ceinl'r ihi,),cata
" tolleeUJ on Juut d u . 1 i e j t
t3IS 85 1
449 90 1
tm S3 '4
To'al Reciipti.
Dy uru6rr r.lf:iifd.
Bai-ini
tori 47 4
8465 60 0
$430 97 4
POOK FUN f) R !-XEirT.
Tla'ne in Trfisury Sitenik-r 1st 1 3(13.
A in oi' ii i. cdllrclril en Dnemlirr duplickt.
' collri'ied cu June dajilicit,
8144 93 a
449 'JO I
!i54 2i 2
Total Rrci-ljiH.
11 orJri rfictm-d.
Bala lire.
-$1143 40 6
$153 75 0
19'j4 65 5
VOLUN IEl.ii 11EUF.F FUND
RKCEU'TS.
Italanro in Trtnsnry S-ptinbr 1 it 1333.
A iiiouii t (Irrtwii l-m Matn I ;t apioai.iiiincnt,
l'u il Iiy U 1'. Ile.viit.
" Dmnii tiiu St.iU 2nd Appoitionmetit.
Tutu! R't-aipt
l).f oidcn i-ilt-cmd,
M 0
C't) o
1 o5 U
2"i80 6J 0
etillS 33 0
55333 94 0
Bci'mice.
&'S:i 99 0
MILITARY FL'.NU TIJROUuH STAVE ItLCEirTd.
Td'anre In Tiph.'ioy Septpr..lifr 1st U-63,
Amount Rutiwd iliru'.li Stutu,
My oi Jf r t.!puicl,
Tulal Rei-fipta.
f m 00 0
feliUU CO 0
-'07 CO 0
6SC04 00 0
Biitatie.
tUi.3 00 0
SCHOOL FUND.
R.-i'n nr-o in Treasury $ft t-'inla r 1st 133,
Aa. i. nut .('(ivel hum Athens und Migsr-nunty,
" Iiiirr-'si mi B-ninn iiniiil'i'i lflirmn St.ite,
Si.-limil t'u'.d f ruin Smre 1-t AprKirtiiiniiieui,
'' 8i-.li.iol fit i it 1 h-in St;iii! 2ml Apportionment,
" rolli'i-o-d on Ileci'ii.l r ihii lieate,
' eel feted on Jin.e ditplieuta,
Tot I Roipit,
By orlrrsri Ji-timeiJ,
61737 8Q 3
2 1 43 0
2 3d 6'5 0
4!tI 70 0
'ii8 60 0 .
437ii 8 8 -2573
33 6
inyi3 ol 7
tl6-"95 68 1
Palancc, "
(-1517 03 It
TOWXSniP AND TOWNSHIP POOR FUND.
Halanrp in T.enfiir; Sejiiftnlipr 1-t IS'1'3,
AiiiiHint i-oilnelf I mi p ti'ui her (hiplicate.
" cnllteted o.iJ.ina djplitate.
02 49 7
G7 SO 6
3(9 32 0
To:l E-iip.a
By i rdt'ii re let-med.
(1119 ti 1
eilO? C8 9
P,.iUni-.
$72 S3 9
SHOW AND l'lmtfRS LICENSE RECEIPTS.
Amount rccfivcil (Treasurer fees de.hic e.l,)
" pai.l into SiHtc Trenun ,
647 83 0
47 t0 9
MINISTER I. -lb FUN I) RECEIPTS.
Amount rivix-pil fr.nn Siat,
" reeeieved i n teres t on payment section (29-
26 43
I'O bit
To'.a! Rccij ti.
By onltri rcdrcriitd.
B.ilnncs.
8117 00 I
Cl!fj 49 0
81)0 OS 8
COKPOliATION FUND RECill'Ti.
Amount ilelirninenta collected on duplicate HOa
Dy onlen redeemed.
9 13
a 13
INFIRMARY FUND RECEIPTS.
Amount collprt-d D'ecmher d.i,)licili:,
" tolkxted on Jane uuplicute,
$1735 90
1010 83
Total Receipt. 62753 79 4
MILITARY COMMUTATION FUND RECEIPTS.
Amount collcc'ed by TreuMin-r nnd Auditor (fees deducted. (.2713 20 0
SECTION 16 SCHOOL L.WDS RECEIPTS.
Amount of interest received on payments. gg 57
ni oruer 01 ine iommis-JtnnPrs,
REGEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES. The Expenditures of Vinton County for the year ending September 2, 1864. COUNTY FUND-RECEIPT. November 24th 1864—6w A. N. COZAD Auditor V Co. O.
aJwnaitfciwiawiiwiw.Hi-yKnnicot'
.1 l. .Ml HY i n A" -Il.l..- Iti u nli.ii at.,
il... .nil'.. ..' 1.. 1 ... 1 i u. .... I. .. i-u .... ...
i'.u .1.. rurani
V. II117.1111I1! 1 I H'O'ii-. ..l IS. ("nii iin.nti. I
tu on en n! pti-ii-iirt' in inf .rniii ir nil u ). arc
MOi'riin witli -ilvt. tliat liu us. il 11 Hinali quan
tity ' t' Dr S.iii-Ul.ind'h I'ilc II- in.-iij, 1 Ml it t-l
I a 11 'rniiuii ni rnr... Tl-i mi-ii i loll.
-
... . .. :.i: ..II ... I .1 . 1 , . .
,,,.,..0.... 1, t- .1 ...v. 1 t-' , .
F.'.ir k Street, linoinmili, O, alvold by "nil
lini.-zista.
KQVVAP.D ASSOi,IAT0:r
riUi.APEI.lHlA PA
ISF.ASB.OFTHE NKItVOUS SE
JIINAL. UKINARY A N I) 8 KXU A L
SViTliMS net diid relialile treatuient
in reports oi ill- HOWARDS SSOCIA
'I ION Sent bv moil in -icileil letter enve
Io. e, fre- .if ciwr. A Idre Dr. J, 8KIL
LIN HOUGHTON .Howard A.-sm i iti-m
No. 2 South Ninth IStre.H. Pll iludelpuia,Pa
WILLIAM S. W ALLAUSrArTir
T OTICK i- hereby ftiven that Jasper N.
J.1 Wallar Hilniiniaiiiitor of the estate ol
H'illHui S Wallur l-te niVmton . ouniy
Obin, tlereas-eil. has filed his accounts and
vouchers lor inspection and ptr'iil settle
ment, and thiil tiie same x ill be 'or hearing
011 the 3Jih day of Dei-inh-r 1(34.
RICHARD (RAIG,
Dec. 8 13G4 - 3- Probate Judg
.TIMtifc. fiSXO.H'!t! E'-iT i I E.
N'irrii.'E horeby civon, that Zucnrinh
S.uvi:u3 lia-t ticcb app,iint..il ninl diil. ina.'i
lici un Ad iii.iintiulwr "ii liio eftttia of Murk
Nixnu dioa-e.i, late of Vintoneoiuiiy. Ohio. I
Sir, 17, Wtli-Jtr Z&CAfiUU BTJUVJJligl
J'AI KICIk .HtnUUCIlM ".M'ATU.
NOTICE is hereby givpu Uiai Mary Mur
(loch executrix of the Kohite of Pat
rick Mnrib'tk Inte of Vinton rounty, Ohio,,
deceived, who wn Executor of the es'tte 0 f
Jitims McCoiinell deceisil, has fi.eil her no
counts mnl vouchers, of thf estate of Jamp
McCoimell deceas-d, 'ur insjiectioii and fin
al 8ii ilemont; an.i that the same will be
lor hearing on the 30th d.iv nf December
lsfi-i. Richard crmg,
D.-c8th28l4-3.v Probate J,tdre.
NOTICE TO BRIDGE
BUILDERS
- of Vinton countj
xvill meet near the dwelling of Henry
ilufliues in Clinton Township on Saturday
Jan tirm y the 7th 1865,
at one o'clock. P. M. for the purpose of
letnm; to the loxvest responsible bidder the
building ot a trestle Bridgr nt the erotisinw
ol 'heureekon tho road leading irotn Mr '
Arthur and interfeciing the road leading
Irotn Hamdeii to Allensville, near said Hof-"
fines diveliin-T.
My or.1" nfCounty Commissioners,!
- ' A. N. Ctvzb-
Dec. 8th 1864 4xv Auditor V.Co.O.
GUARDIANS NOTICE.
Margurot J. Itobinett ' furmerlv Mr(jrt'
ilur.U'U, (iuurdiuii of L'jniUJ. il-tnli-n ber
mi ii. -r child, liu- Aicl bar uv-ooiinut and viiaehsrs
lur iiiHput.'-.iun and Ibial nClouionr..' and that ths
-una will be for Searing on the li'tb day of
Ztieomirt-r 18.14. KXCilAUD CEAtO.
-Kc. IT,- 1IH4 Probsts) .Tsdfs.

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