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WICIAL OKgAN uTviNTONCOD NTj.
LOC AlTol ? ART M EN T
rOB lEOAL KOTICI1 tE TOOBTHfAQB
tO I TBCI BOAD TO VC1LTB, IK TO ADTXRTltl
voMiDirxMi. TERMS, PAY IN IDVANCE
Masonic Festival.
Tlio Bret hum of D .Vtu Lodge. No
207, vriil tiuld a teetivul ot St. JoLi.b
fit Mc Arthur on Friday Dec, 23rcJ
' ' 1661 The Brttlurn uud their larai
7 . Jiea are limited.' ,
If You are fcSuX cull at DrCondee'e
" casliDrug Storu and fief a prescription.
An ounce ot premitativu is worth a
potyid ol'cuie. many a long eoll ol
tickmeB has becu prevented, ta
king iioer remedies in time,
. .
CLCB FOtt ftTUSlN8, Muglizink'
you can now obtain a copy o!" Peter
boii magazine for lSfi5, by applying
in mod lately at tho Democrat ufficu.
To TUB WEEKLY PKEs9 OF OHIO Ml
De.my ol'tlie (,'ircluviile Union mid
I'iku of tho Wa-hingfon Registek
jiropnao to the wttk'y pi ess ot Ohio
to hold a Statu Convention at the
City of Columbus on the first Wed
nesday of next month to tHke info
c'-nfiderat'on iho imninoB intihsts
of the Publisher of the W.ekly IVt.
We oecoiid tiiii motion with all our
lieurt, the weekly pins never needed
concert of act ion to prevent th most
disastercna result, that it requires at
the present time-. We will bo ot
band. Kt 'he time and phio design it
ed. Let the call be made.
Lrdoer and Mekccky. Wo are
receivini; (subscriptions lr the Ledei'
and Mercury at tho lowest prices at
this t ftice. Mow is tho time to sub
scribe.
To the Lapies ok Vinton Cocnty
Wo are author z d to I'uii.ifcli Go
dcyV Lilly lok and the Democrat
for 18(55. at $4.00. Thw is the low
est m ice lor Clubs to (-Jodey, to-wit;
$2 50. This gives the be-t and cheap
est reading matter for Ladies that
they can obtain.
Died, Oct 8th 1SC1. in thoMil Ita
ly llospiul iu Fredrick Oily. Jat.v
land, Joseph Smith H,l, 8etl Sl
years and 16 days.
At meet ma of Delta Lodge N"
07, V. A M. Dec. 10 h 18H4. the
following resolutions wen passed-
Whekeas. it h tit It pleased oui Ilea'
only Father to remove from among us
by di-alh, our beloved brother, Joseph
S. Hill.
Rffulvd. 1st, that wa tnw with
nnek submission to Him who is toe
wisu t do wrung, too g od to ; til ic-t
willingly, only lor our good.
Jieeo'lved U I. That we deeply pyni
jiatlnze with the Wifj and Child and
other relatives of tho deceaecd ii; this
lmur of their bereavement and sor
row, Jletdved, 31 That we will wear
the .li-ual badge ol mourning lor thir
A ty flays.
litsihed, 4th. That these resolu
tions be published in the Vint -n
Cuunty papeia, and that a copy be
Bent to his wife, and one to his par
cuts.
GEORGE LANTZ)
11. 11. FAIUMS, Com,
J. M. HUTSOX. )
McArthor, V. C. O.
Urn. Hill was ioliowed t-. his hirt
resting place on monday Dec 5th, IS
64. Iy the P.ietliren of Delta and a
large concourse of relatives and friends
lie was hurried with Masonic Honors
Ilev. Uro. Farria acting as nnisier m
ceremonies which were indue I' rm an.l
tho mst impiepsive we have vvitin-ss
ed for years. The remarks of R v.
Farria wore logical, eh qnent and evi
dently touched the hearis otaM the au
diance. May they be rec-ived by
tho Brethren in their true spirit. Le'
us ! k well to our wa'k and i-oiulm-'
Died, in McAihur on the 7ili cly of De
comtier niter a long and pinfal ilhifss
Mrs. Hulduli E- Swptland, if of J. G.
Sweilmul q- 53 years. In
th lofsofMis. Swriluiul the rommunt
ty hasheen deprived of one of iu btiglite.-t
ornaments -but though we lose a Irieml by
her death, vet sht haseaineri a hippier horn"
in HiMven. always the devoted wile, ihe
afC ctionate mother, the generous neighbor
and Ihetteudfist friend she has gone loresl
from hT labors and reap the reward ol Joid
deeds done in lite body. She lived as the
CluMidii lives, arid died as ihe Cfirisiian
dieih.
Oh how Seating ara life' pleasures,
How dtCcivi.ijT lira its ways;
Ah tbey scarcely fill one promise
Ere it withera and ducura.
But there is one couolatibn
Irtftuslu itarclQtiDg eveu;
ThUtberou'olimaunfiiJing
High' above the star? Leaven.
Whre the tree of lift) ia blowing
, In Ihe light ofendleos day,
And the smile of God la gleaming
On hi anget ones alway:
And tia thare our loved and lost ara
Oa Ooda bosom fo4a her wings,
And be? spirit tuaad In glory
Through tbaajpper Idiqalnga.
J. A. H.
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LEGAL NOTICE.
I II E STATE OFOHIO, VINTON COUNTY,
IN 1'l.OBATE COl'KT.
.T.i.nnl, W',l,vt .'ni. Pit ff.
1
At SiiitHii AlAviinilur Dau' d
Petition to
6U Kulty
aits-nst
Dlluk A la tf
Zarariah T. Alex i rider del'enrlent non resident
ofiheSute ofOliio, whoe Ksliteneo I,-unknown,
and one of the A"irnatlw of 8usao
Aitzsndr deceased. Will take notice that
.lM!ih Wilcox ailminisirstur of tho Emu e of
Suan Ali-xsmler deceased, on the 9th day of
November 1S84. fllod his petition In the pro
bate Court wiil'in and fur the County of Vin
tun Slate of Ohio, alleging 'hat the personal
estate ut ssiil deceased is insuiliuiant to aj her
depta and the charges of a Iministering her
lstatej that she died i-eizud in Ice simple of the
followlnr described renles'ate sitnuted In raid
county ol Vlntnnj to wit: Commencing a' the
(iiith w-t i urner of action number nine. (,)
in township Dumber nine. (9,) of ramo m.in
herui li'oun, (IS.) thunue north nimttrono
rols, thence east '.h'rty four rods, thence
south tilnt- one rods, thoiK-e west till rty-fonr
rods to the pl.ice of bginiiinz. containing
'wutity ao-as morn or lus. and thut Sarah.
Zsciiriah TKi-hecia !'. and John W. Aletsnrtcr
us hi!r heirs at law, hold the nx', estate i f
inlicritame therein.
The pr)er ofsuid petition is for the sale of
a lid jrumisea, for the payment of the debts
and churgua uforusa d, said petition wilt he lor
hearing mi the lUrh day of 1 evemher 1304, or
a soon afte' at cou-icol csn he heard.
Nov. IT -64 4w JU8KPII Wll.COX.
K. A. Cuatton, Atty. Adms. 8usn Alex-
lor retitlonor. ander ileieu'Sf1,
10 THE GLKUk OF Vl.-T0.
C0DMY.
ri-'HE times
for
holding the Diatrit
X Court and the
Cimris of Common
in ihe g-veral C uniieaof Ih Seven
ih Judicial- Diairii't of Oiiio, for llie j ear
Hb'5, ure fixed s lolw;
DISTRICT COURT.
Wnshing'on, Eltventh, Meigs
April luurieeoih; Gr-i li ia. Atnii Seventeenth
liHWrtnre, Apii; Nineleenlh; Si'iot,,, April
1 W-soli first P kr,A HI Toenty fourth Vvt
ry Si'p'ieinher luurli. Fsiifieid Sepierrb'r
S xth tl m ki-i(, September Ninth. Anient.
Sep. ember h.eveVh. V in heptemb
T iireet.lli, uud J.nksiMi, September Fir
tee ll i h
COURTS OF COMMON PLEAS. .
Finvr M nivisi.iK. i Ho, k iirxr . February
...... - - ( - .
Ttteniy firsi, M,iy Sixieenlh. 0 lober I hiri
IVrry M.nh lliiitreiWh. May Twenijri
.i- I. Ili iiilior si i-enlli F.iirfipld RIuKlIi
I'weniy seven Jone Filih. Noviunbrtr Sit'lt,
. Su'1'..hh Siir. IIivijiiim l.l.uwieme. ' Febru
ary Fourl. eaih; My Sixteenth Sepieur
ber Twenty nxih. Vinlou, UrDiuary four
teenth, May Sixteeil'h, September Twenty
sixth, J.icUrion. February Twenty eiiht li.
May Thirli'.th, October Seveiiieenlli.P.k,
M ireli Foi.it. enili. June Tnnleeinh, Oitio-
ber Thirt first, Scioto, M.irch Twenty fir-t.
JuneT.ui lei.li, Nhvember Fourieenth.
I'hiko Mua-lJiviai M. VVa;hin?ion,
Febiuury Fourteen.! h VI .y 8ixteeiiih, Oi lo
ber Second. Alliens, t'ebniHiy 23rd, Miy
Twenty fifth. Ootolier i'hirt first. Meij;
M.och Sixth, June Fifth.Octoher 6' x'een ih
GjIIu. MkcIi Sixieenlh, June Twelfth,
October T enty thinl.
Joiia P. PMey. -J Jddges of Ihe Courls
P. Vsnirninp, I ol Common Plena ol
John WYich, the Sleuth Jn.licial
W. W, Johnson J OhmicVof Ohirr-The
Smte of Ohio. ")
Viuiun Count v. 1
I, Samuel L. WiU ni. Clerk of the Conn
ol Common Pleas in an I for said Count),
do heietiy ceriily mat I lie foregoing is a lu I
anil true copy ol Hie arignno uruer in rrirr
ence '( llietitnei uf hldinn ihe Uistricl
and C min'in fleas UMiirw, in me .acvcimi
Judici il Oisi.net uf Ohio.
Witness my hand and these;ilol
Sfiiiil Couit.ut Mi: A n Imr litis 23rd
day ol November A D. 18C.4,
L 8
SAMUEL L. WILSON.
Nov. 2l'h-64- 6w. Clerk.
A LECI'UUE
TO YOUNG MEN.
Jt'BT PtBtlWIKDtN a Skaiid Lnvelok.
1'lllCE SX I KM9.
A Lecture oil ihr ,nluie. Treatment mid
Oui,al f.iirn nf a.iermuf irrhoea or Semi
m.i w-Mimesn. Iinoliiot.irv Einisaifii' Sex
ual Debility. !! ami Iuietlim lit-i t M ir-
lr..iai' tfoilnri IV. wef vuil'iiBaa, l-
" . kT I
r' o r . . J .... . i .. i iil..
lion Kiilepv, atld rus; aientai oio rny
n.Aiie- rjiiitinir Irnin S If A'lU-"
N&c. B ROB T J. CULVERWELL, M D.
..Author of the -Green Book.
. Ti ifirlil tenmvned iiulhor. Ml I his ad
mir ible Lecture, clearly ir..ves from liown
experience thai the awlnl (ns-qoencas of
Sell-Abuse mty be effeitiiHlly removed
niihout inedi. ii. e. and withouMlntujerou.
su'gital operations, bo'igle, insriiuieut.
ring ortnrdial-!. pointing out acureal once
ceriain and effec.tuil. hy which every enflVr
er, min.tt-r w'tn- Iti' I'o iditioii m.y be.
mav cn-e liim-aU i heiplv, p.ivi.ilew ar.d rad
irally. THIS LECTURE WILL PROVtf A
BOD.N 10 f.lJlJS v.li. A.lJ THJUS
ANUS.
Sent under seal. ti anv eddreps, in a
plain, aeiled envelope, oil the receipt or ix
Vents, or two P 'St ' mp by addrentlg
y ( HAS. J C. IvLINB &Co
Bowery, 127 New Yotk P.OIIt
KGBGCC4 SIEVE.S' ESTATB
NOI'It'E la hereby jrivon. tliit Zivarlnh
Sti-vena Ima hcen appoinlod and dl
iialirld a AdininiKtra'.ir on th ertalc of
Kuheeea Steycna deceaM-d lute Vlnti r. Co O.
X.iv.nia'l -3 Z vCAKI.t H BI'KVENS
DK. Si IIICULAIVD'S
MELLIFLUOUS
01! (ill IMLS A jj
CURES Coughs, Colds, Sore. Throat.
Asthma, and Consumption. It is only
nuAauari for an one troubled with these
coroplaints to try one bottle of
Strickland' Meliinnona courii uaiaan
in convince taem that it is tlw best prepara
tion ever used. It no' only cures the above j
affections of the Throat and Lungs, but It
V,ubi Htvaiata and SnitliilB ill Rlnod. :
and is an exwllent etigle for any kind of,
Sore Throat. It ia pleasant to take, and a
nfe medicine for infants'. Price DO cents
per bottle. For sale by Druggists geueral
ly.
Msrcli 84, ly.
'HULBERTS
a.
Ittr. A.
llii,.:.. J .1 . T-l
oi'K uiu hiiii u.c x'M'g i nBonn ii'i iir it ieiijif niia 1 lumps,
and added a uw hid ci n.pltte tujply iltuto, would tall littei.tioii to
.llll 1. BP f'ii . I liia 4
DRUGS, CHEMICALS
V PAIMS.
OILS,
LYE
STUFFS,
im, PAINT, WASH
BBESUSSSIE
FINE 185G BRANDY,
WINES AND LIQUCRS
of all doporiptions for
Medical iiurpoaca
TUTTV.
GLASS.
LAMPS,
WHITE
and every tiling elso In the DRUG
We buy and
ONLY.
Dr. DYE will alien I to tlio accurate cnmp"Undin2 of all Modi-cini-H
or IVecripti. im, day or niglit. llu may ba found at tin Drug
Storti or at Kilurs hotel at all hours. Give u& a call and we warrant
a. 8aii8tacnon.
Y- Jaly 23th 1864,-lyr. - -
I
CORNER.
CCDMPIEE.f
...l.r.l... - . . f rv J ,. - . l m mm
PERFUMERY,
AND CAaMELUIAII
LEAD,
CIGARS.
TOUACCO
SNUFF
lino at Cincinnati retail PRICES -j-
sell for CASH
Dr A. CON DEE.
. .. . . . . . . . rbtrt. ..... . .
HI WILL t
OF THE
iiOR GINAL AND CHEAPEST
hi
Is now receiving large addi.
jionsto his already
'kSP
fconsisthig of every variety of
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
HATS, .
CAPS.
BONNETS,
NUBIES,
BOOTS
1 Quccnswarc and Grocrie4
and he is offering greater induce;
gments to purchasers than an
mother
&2 TTsTTnrt TT rrtrv 'nTTTTV
Those dialling BARGAINS, will
All kind of County Frodtce 1
i,ket uricfl will lw PtI.
j,.n'v lBt. 1861.
. v.,.. w.i -jl uJ-i W - A' V ' j. '
AND SHOES
do well to gire hirrJ i flail.
Onlit, lor wliicn tlie liigheet mar- ;
DAN WILL.
MOTIIEil'S
AUDITORS SUE;
OP SCHOOL & ITIIIVISTCICIAC
t,A(DS.
The Si ate rf Ohio Yinlon couny.
The anildrrlirood Auditor of paid Vintoa
county, illcrl. r for aula at publia atu-tioa at
the duor of tba Court Uoun, In Uo Arthur, U
aid couuty,ou
Saturday Vfcmltr Sht 18G, .
a1 I o'cl"C P. M , on aid day, iha followlaj
iliMTihe.l raal estate, aitoated In raid county
i.f V i ii tm. t-it : Therorih went quarter of
t ha north went quarter, alio tha nurtn half of
ha aouth wet quarter of tba north ert q tar
ter conlainig eixty acret appraiacd at 11,00
per at-rc.
Alan (he nr(h eaat quarter o' the north weat
qnnr(er and tho nrtn hall o f (he aouth eaat
qnrir ofth i.orh neat qimrter, contaioinv
fix ) corei. apnd-cd at 3.('0. Allcilaaia
I nnl- hnl e in Hoeiimi nuinbi-r nitteco, (14,) In
I'lm tifli1- number ten. (10.) ol'Kunite numb r
iten,tl(l,) Dhio. Ceiiipa'My Piireha.
1 eh I'urcc! of land n u(lriof tua appraiw4
value thereof.
l.irnaof nh one Twelfth In caah and (ha
rei-idun in Klcvrn ru.il annnjl in-(alliner
i ith infurcst from tlia day f aale fn be paii
annually. - A. N. COZAD,
N. y. iilh-61 - 'w Audiior V.l'o.O.
E. A. RR.VTTON,
AKoiiiry nt l.aiV and
(iENEUAL CLAIM AGENT.
AIcArllur, Ohio,
Rain li'-enhtd by tho U. S., fur the urt.ca
I Mil attend id tliu proaectitiun anoeo luotinn
"I" cmrf ik'iri(i(iun cif claim ajrairat Iha
I'ni'el 8lutea,an. S'.ut of (Jbio, Including th
Morgan raid cluinir.
Uouutleo and A rreiirngea of Put
I'rociiri'd.
PENSION'S for wen tided and dialled k
.linra .in I exuin -n. and forth'o hira of mlillera
ml aiMiiicii lin have died and hunn killid ia
tli h rvii'e. I would ray to my friendi, that
I ttii: atMiid prmnpily to tlia.r baainaa aa4
on tni'.l.irate terma.
.tiMM liati IM4.
PILES.
A SURE CURE,
EVERY BODY IS BRING CURED 01
lliisdUlnsiir" d' sense by the ust of
l. licit In n l' Pile Keniedj.
Rend wl.nt a ftillerer 8ns:
31 r. J. P. Hnzarde, IG4 Second alreet,
Cincinnuti, O., sns Iw, !inh been a dreadtul
suflorer with Pilea for a long time, tnd hat
tried nearly everything, and could obtain-no
elipf. U used ahcuii uno (onrth of a pof
of Dr.Stiii kland'a Pile Ointment, and it
made a complete cure. Me. advises every
one who ia mifTering to try It.
Sold bv all Urnpnial. 50 renta per ri
.Maiiufaritired at No 6 Erist JTourlh lre(
C'iiK in mti. 0. Ask fur
STRICKLAND'S PILE REMEDY
BlaJiJ-l 'Ii4 I y.
FRESH CAN FRUIT.
FNE-APPLES, Peuehea, Stiawhorrlca.Blaak
berryadreon IVea Juat recoivtd and far
uh at iLu Drnir 6tora of
Dr. A.CONDEI.
NOTICE.
Zicnria'n Sfevcna Ad.tnintrator of th Eat'aU
f Mark .Vixon hit ol" inton ofcounty. Ohie,
Icecuacd has tilnd lii aucnunts and vonnhera for
inspwtion and final aettlement and that b
amo will bo for hciirjiii r.n tha 10th day of
Dreemder Wi. IMCUARD CR&ttf,
Noa. 17, 1114 -tw I'robale Judge.
"CAIiPEXERS WATED.
S'eady cini'lovmeot and (jond wagfswill
be ;iveii to a ltt'g" nnm'ier Jof experienced
Uniise. RrllKenrCar Piirpenters by the
Mar ftdi Si Cincitinali Rrilioid Co.
Xpid'C'ttiiiii shmi'd b made lo J. Lord
E--or.Chillicn.thfi. John Gjbe E.-qr. Znleki
O. or to Hip iliideriignd at Ihe M. & C.
R R Otlicc Snulh Corner Third and Wal
nut Stre-ts Ciiicim.atl Ohio. ,
J. DURAND
MOit. 6th 130-1 -tf Supt.
1. IDARRIIffiA V.D oysENTER
We Imve examined a rrent number o
iit'ior from some of ihe most proininen
citizens nf Cincinnati and Covington, etc.,
apeaking in the highest terms of Dr.Strlck.
lamt Anii-Clioler Jlixture for Ihe cure of
dinrrlKEu und iltsenierv. The letters are
nt long to pnb ish. Mr. Woods, of Cov
oigt.in.fms he was pronounced incurable
for tlie uet doctors ii. Ciiiciiinali, and one
i'liii'e ol Dr Siricklnid's Anti-Cholera Mix
tuic ellectrid a permanent cure after stirTer
tng lor momhu will) the worst form of diar
rhu a and djseniory,
Anoiher tays he was discharged from the
United States service after suffering in the
hospital for 8 inomhs as incurable, and as a
last resource tried Strickland's Auti-Chole-ra
Mixture he got ve!l directly and has now
entered the army nguin in good health
One man write he h is cured seven or eight
very bad ceses of diarrheal and dysenters in
the barracks be wos in -vith one' botlle of
this valuable medicine. In fct we coi'M
fill half our paier with similar itemk from
these piteri. Why does not our Govern
ment secure this valuable preparttion.
Oor army onjjit to he supplied with it. It
is bit a short time since one of our men
laid in a very low condition at one of our
Cincinnati Hjsituls, U wife was seat for,
the doc'ors considered his an hopeless case.
She, however, guve him Strickland's Anti
Cnoiera Mixture, and in Ihree weeks he was
able to return home with his wife to New
Richmond, O. All these cases right at
home speak for themselves. We hope all
Pie soldiers will put a bottle of it in their
knapsacks, it may fave ibeiri or some of
their comrades. It is for eale bv Druggists
'. 60 cents per boltlr ; "
GUARDIANS NOTICE.
-arat formerly Matimral
Harden, Guardian of CyndiaJ. IlfdeB bel
minor child, ha Sled her aoeonnta aad voaebera
for inapeotion and final attletnent,. and that the
ame will be for hoarinj on the mth da nt
iecember 18H4. EICUAED CBAIU 3
Kot. IT, Probata

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