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..VOLUME. If , , I M'SrJHUR, .VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: THURSDAY, 'SEPTEMBER 5, 1867.
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Democratic Enquirer
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,v UULlanBD, V!HT ; THUB6DAI MOENIXQ,
. Ul'. l 'l I' OWEW, IDITOB AND rRomoi. : '
Official organ of tirton county
PFFICE-rln, Dodge' t Building, over Suetknd'
' Stort, corner 31am and Lomtt Street, bait
,qf tht Court llonse.
For'Terms.'ic, see 4th Page.
M o ARTHUR, . , OHIO
. ' 8EPTEMBEK 6, 1867
THE DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER
7vj.ii tlit lament nrfivlrttnii nf anil nn
It
.er Hi Vinton County. Advertisers and
pthers. icill please male a note bf jhis,
Democratic State Ticket.
1 fjEMctioji-
Tuttday, Octcbet 81887
:i ... ii .-i ' : .'. For GoTernor, '-' u '
;-.':;AUEii q. tuohuan, of PrMkiio.;,'
, ' !,!' Fer tieuUnRtt(3oevnor, ,
' ' DANIKt 8. CHL, of Holiuos.
. , For Treasurer,
,' ht.C, FULTON, of Ci-awforJ.'., ,
' m 'Jl For Auditor, ' -; ;,:
W WcELWE'o'f But'erV
For Attorney 0ner1,
, FRANK H. HOKD, of Knox. .
(in F4r Juilge of 8upreme Court, ;
Judje THOMAS M. KEF, of Han.iltorj.
. t J.'.;, , V . . '. i. : - i.
ki ..ForCiiBtrqll! of Treiwury,, , .
WILLIAM SHERIDAN, of WiUiam.;i
For Board of Pnblie WorkB,' '
s ,. , ARTHUR ill'OHES, of Cuyahoga.
t i.'o i
of
COUNTY TICKET.
i
1 0r
ANDREW J, SWAIN.
. i; For .Prosecullng Attorney,
A;: ? DAVID il. SU1VEL,.
,, , v- For Surveyor, :
: i a. C. 6TE1NBROOK.
For Csmmifsioaer, 1 '
A. 60ULE. ' "' ,
On Constitutional . Amendment, giving
Jy'egroes the Might to vote and
its
ty,
will
-;Tps position which , many, Radicals
occupy,; at this time is one of incon-
nietehcy and falsehood.- This incon
eistency is see'and plainly demon
ptrated in the fact that they: feelingly
fessert their opposition to negrd suff
rage and negro equally; and yet in
the same breath .declare their intention
to vote for i tHe Radical I leaders
Hates k Co., who tell thesd, their dis
senting folldwers, that they had better
the
ed?
):
vote for, negro suffrage now, for1 unless
mey u, iney win , do .compelled to .v-r
submit to' it.' unwillinfflv.ei vr. !'g
nr n -u- .j" tti v. ; cun
, Well, what o HAyes A Co. mean
when they say we will all be compell- duty
ejJ,,V flubmit to it next year? .They
' s&piytiean; that they Mnfend to hold
TZir. iUk in.-no we n-A t v '
WP the oma of Government by
means :foul." or", iair-and by mes Ot :. It
. an eaicp declared py the ltump taction causa
and carried out by military reconstruc- foj
tionommanders, impose the hatefal
mea8ure, negro suffrage, and its conse- the
t quiiwevaegro; equality upon ail theiioreign
Sta wberft' thflv'finfi 'it I It
'just,, as "they are now "doing, on the .Wbo
cwwnerd Southl """-"
Wiu e "- V 1 C '"o
.Tiese fellows get highly incensed farmers,
wb,en you charge' upon them the in- mowers,
tebiioa o,yoting' t&iM'-ivortt'wi
policy WfiM
men otherwise parent' Intelli- freight
gonvo, uouiarB jjumuveiy against the or
vouiouvj., in uwt nuuiai, moral I ",0
or pollttcar sensffi of firouffrire
and its eonsequence-negro e
and yet turn
?egroeality-
K.rh.hwl?
irvot fpr those meqwlio,
and calt their
ideclart positively, that the' people of 8Ufl
XAiw .te ,'i'ii"it,;'-,ln! lof all
"uXiuuw' u .f.m-.WR wflnViW ti...'V--
negro lovers, to office-jflhall submit to
DayoDQK we . say .when men iof ap-
conste.nt,.pfl moompatibla with,. som
mon,Bonse, deeedcyati(!j ordinary
telligenoe,!SO in Jwep'iiigTTviti, .ignor
ance and Uad'idalp.aie. 'whateood can
. one ezj)eot.tOabpiflll;,tl.ft- Republic?-.
"When the Democrats had pbe'seBsiBri'
of Jthe Government of this people,
UUUajf
j ,It
hundred.'
myiionsr
as
use,
as they
; x ur
are
pay
daily
j or
. J J
the
Who
aBd. proepority .we its fruits
and thev vrarA Mt alike rW all tiarties
l a? . fni . 1 : . n
na Becuons.' . J.DO! peoign i luaueut'o
of a : written' Cofistitutiort' of GpVern-
mnt eI1 Iikc swfa id(?w: upon
the people under its fegia. ' " A8 soon
the , Radicals . took, possesBlon,' their
radicaliam commenced its destructive
work, and like a . mad,' torrent ft ias
swept all the prosperity apd fruits
peace" which' it found in the f4ir land.
Liberty fell before its blighting march;
Its monuments are mountains of debt,
rivers of, taxation, 'seas of blood, vales
of Bepulchros, i and fields' whitened
with bleaching bones. , !
The picture winch this country now1
presents to thd civilized world Is that
of one governed by a most despicable
tyrrany, .' ''!!. r '."',k:;" nl
The Government under which we
live is anomolous in the history of
man. A minority has the majority'
under under its military heel a part
of which majority this infamous mi
nority is crushing and grinding with
remorseless t cruelty.", While jit pro-
iessos to govern Dy estabuslied writton
authority, its own diabolical will is
executed by the unflinching bayonet.
This minority is divided' against it
self, but both subdivisions hold places
power. - If the people of this coun
try desire to roturn to a Republican
form of Government,' they ' will do : it
the approaching election. . Those
are seeking to destroy the elec
franchise by demoralizing it with
irresponsible negro suffrage, do it with
the sole object of perpetuatirig their
power and, holding the, people by the
bayonet subservient to that power and
moneyed, aristocracy.
COUNTY TICKET. A bout the Tariff.
TrE hope the voters of Yinton coun
and the Republicans in particular,
carefully read the following ques
tions and answers, which vi-e find in
New York -Evening Post, a good
Radical paper,- and . on the 8th of Oc
tober next go to' the polls and vote
against the party now in power:
IIow is an industry to be "protect
By a law which ftrohibits the im
portation oi its product from nhrond.
euner enureiy or under certain re
strictions.
,VVhat reason is given for kl protect'
ing" a braiich of home industry?
That unless cruarded affflinst tha
rj - - -
- ! 0 . ..n , ..
competition of; foreigners its can'not
T". rv r "r unwuivo,
8ai1 the ?nglishand Belgians
maKe ""on cheaper than we, and
therefore it is claimed that a heavy
should belevied on importations
English and Belgian ironand all
iwn.' 7; , .. : , .:.-:u-y
iWna is the effect of this duty on
imported iron? , J , ; ,, , ...
raises the- prices of all ' ironbe-
ine home manufacturer charges
itB, Pr?duci a price equal to foreign
aVduiiSS
price of all iron- home as ;wUs
to .the American consumer?'
dOesl ' ' .. '.
.aw.the American consumers
iurC' V'T''"
."uui" awericnn people: ine
who use plows, boes. reapers
spades, shovels, and Axes; the
m5cbanicsrwho, use. hammers, saw,
SftEl?!
by ra lroads: all' who
any Hind whatever, and all who
,lu .ilvuwi yf i'i11M'n oaiis, iocks,
boItsV'se, grates, and 'Iron work
3
sumerafof;irSn.aaLiU J tJ.iJ L "
I)oes."protectivet' tariff ott Iron,
hw? WW hve, raise the price
rron articles foi f rinnA fntir mo:
i .". ..-,", v.,
l,j,T.ibn i oi.i vul'l .ojom i o i:iv
does-to tlie ;moun of ,.6f er one
"wi cent iiii obliges forty
of, people ;tq pay atleast twice
much for the iron which they must
to Jiya' ahfl, to'; wake their Jlivlpg,
ought to WTir ;,'''. """"'' c
wiiuho (uenent, or advantage,
these forty millions thusJorced to
more than doubla for an article of
and absolute necessity?;;; ';.';:;.
the benehtU AJid mimntu nf
.l i . . . - -,v ,
iron producers.
are the producers of iron?
is
er
f6r-''j0Hs6ir,''buttiti
big
a1
it
by
Good
. i
a,t
:
u
as
of
.!' There are, by the last census, Bisty
seven thousand nine hundred and bix
ty-4wa persons 'employed. inthe pro
duction... of irom ore,-and -cast; forged,
wrought, and i rolled iron, in the Uni
ted states..' :i;;.-s
Is j it to v benefit : this ; ridiculohfilv
smalt number, of less .than sixty-eigjit
tnousana i persons,- that forty millions
oi peopio are maao topav enormousiv
and unnecessarily high prices for'a
prime necessary ot lilofJ nu A i. . !
lhat isJcIOarlv the case. L Indeed.
the 'advocates of a ."protective" j or
u:v. i....ra i '.it i
uiii priua iuiiji muKO mat mvtv luca,
ut how do they support iuc!
preposterpus, demand? , , i
jjv me argument tlint llieso Bixtv-
eight thousand people ire niraediri
an unproqwpie lompioyment; M
as employment, men, so scarce mat
these sixtv-eiirlit thousaud can notffet
nnv fk,li,nHAAr..tl.'i. J.O
On the contrarv.. laborers, are so
scarce hi this country thad many mbst
useiui ana profitable enterprises can
not bo sot 'on foot,r: merely because
there are not men enough to work
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.'Ought Congress, then, t6 encoutago
people to labor at employments which
ther confess to '.unprofitable! by
making up their lossos at the expense
om oi tne wnoie people? ,v 1 -,
Such a course seems, and is, absurd
and wrong. 1 ;.f..y..s .?..
lo support: theso 68,000 in whajt
they say is an unpi-bfltable busitoesi,
what are the 40,000,000 obliged to pay
extra by the protective tariff on iron?
' Intfiie report Ot Stephen1 Col well,.
Revenue Commissioner, it is asserted
that it costs $37.50 to produce a ton if
JCiUgnen iron, and 5116.89 to produce
a ton or American iron. ' - The differ
ence In cost, $78.89, is what is Bought
to be made up by the' "protective tar-
i.i Miiam is to say, Mr. tjoiweil, Wno
is. a i protection ibi,: admits 'that we
mitrht buy our iron at 837.f0 tioi. fan i
"ProteAion " mukfis tis nnv Hfi
OF $7S.8. JNow, he says, wo used in
1865 about 6ne million eight hundred
thousand tops. Thus, according to
n is statement; it would seom that lor-
tv millions of. Amnrinnn -nnnnln
obliged to pay lor the boueflt of the
sixty-eignt.inousanairon-maKors, no
ohs tuun -me sum ot ?i4U,uuu,UUU
-. vr- . j ui .
pr uiiuju. wonuer tne people
cum plain oi iiaru umes.i t.) I
1 ... . .
Knf (ha mnm.lrc,.. A 'A .11 I
uvii-umatji UiU llVb lVh Ulll.il
,i . , . " i
No; the services of tax collectors
nd their, deputies, tide waiters and
idlers, swallowed up: some part of it,
is that "protection? ; it; ,. ; ,?
mi . , .. .. . '
'a iuatis "protection.? - . , s i, ..
But it looks like robbery?
It iarobberyi i
But it is said to ! bdf '.'protection to
nome industry t -
Yes; but it is, in fact, robbinsr the
home Industry' tof the'' imeehanlcs. thn
hip-builders,tbe. railroads, all .the
iiuio ivriy ' niiiiKjiis' vi our people,
every i form of i piofitablO : industrv
whatevor, .of one hundred and forty
minions or aonars per annum, m or-
!,. ,.; i il ii u' ,oi
dor. to support sixty-eight thousand
persons in what many profess and
vuiiiuiuiu is uu' uiipruutaoio-. DUSiness. !
i.i i i ' i a in ii. i
g
iJ.I! is intimated that Andy'. Johnson h5
attain drinking hard.-7oh
jnrj . . - , ., :
The insane creature who edits tho
Standard tiend -nht oUU'r! krtno,D
... . .. - T-r ""Wiioo
Johnson drinks.' Old Ben, 'Wadi'
.V . .--.!.-' i ' ' 1 I
",the Draffuinsr. old b adei'.' dr nk tlv
times as much as Johnson or any oth
man.' i -The Sifarufai'd ana'tio voted
Is' no 'crodit'to
I ' 1 '1 u, Lll ItllM
n Ti' ui
JOHNSON,
i.J HI
,no;:xi
Wk' 'BuOToSe many b'f, our . readers
have read SQmethini.al)out the "Ran-
ddtt' Thoughts w which artj'-writteAW
TtiWp; JWt down, at, Jackson, and
WJ.apwns.tbe Jackson Standard. ,., We
little chtldrdn laugn at the Ran
don4: TlioughV' and ask: ' roes a
man writefthat?(,f Wellj.herare
few' lines which we finin the feriusv
. e . ' ' -" e
mari'a paper of last week
cragy
(J if MR:
On We'dflGsdav kltrbt
rained hard all niffhtl'-fn ith'A
morning! it had- 'Btoppedbnt it bom1
mended i again t a' - little 'after! r :.Ufln
O'Olocki'f1! f.'''fif vfitO 'jtlt ff OTi
''Those'"1 are r'4Ran'dom" Thought "
the editor." Ain't they nice!
joke, pn therraliflX 7a a W " m tl
.Ar'fADj tie,mpa'8pd','conterirbtibie
persons, in the. worlde hafcaneaks
through ,life, on tip , toe, with,: hia oars
the key -hole of every body'a busi
ness except his own, is the most to be
detested.
one
the
lor
that
rich
poteon
emu,
died
rebel
these,
of
man
the
our
to
' :
' :
nati
on
,
woNDKa. now nuoy counterfeit tickets
Kadioala intetd to print at the British Pror
Inoe Printing Office this fall T Quite aum
ber were printed ther last fall on Sunday
night before the eleotion. A worthless fellow,
rho done most of the dirty work for the Negro
Suffrage party last fall, and, who resided in
this town, went orer' to Lord tfaieltibe'i
Printing Office, in tha English Previnqe, on
ihg Sunday night shore named, and printed
a lot of counterfeit Demdoratio ticket with
ih 'name oi the Republican candidate 'for
Auditor Instead of tbe name of the Demo
cratic o&ndidate Dr. H. C. Moos t and
Uey trtre distributed among the Domooratio
voters af Clinton townshin, where sixteen of
'ttenj 'Were voted by 'nils'takeani Dr.;Mooa
was defeated. We tar? not ieen Informed
MW RoBttaT.J'HoiiPsoiij'one of th secret
mitori or the British, paper, bad any thing
. lo )ttr-fbe priatieg of th oouaterfeit
tickets on that Sunday night or not; but if
he did have any thing to do with the dirty
ob. he wa la littlo busiaess-ry'wiail
business, smaller than the counterfeiting of
his name, and oalllng It Psria PtuMruLi.
A great many counterfeit tickets were1 print.
ed at! Old Mickibt's Negro Suffrage Print
log Office, at Jackson, and eirculated in the
sewral townships af this county, which con
tained the names of Republican candidates
instead of ' Demoorats for' other county
ornces. we hate a oopy of the tloket print
ea at tne uriiisa froTinoe Printing Office,
Tbi Mohohbu in DasPAial The disunion
adioalleaders, finding that Negro Suffragi
unpopular in Ohio, and will be overwhelm
gly defeated, are now begging and implor
ing the rank and file of their party to stick
the Uoket, if they oan't swallow ; .Negro
Equality, and not go over to the Demaoiats
This Is bnt an acknowledgement that they
M 'rdy beaten. Let the White men of
Qhio.be of good cheer: The mongrels wi'J
anven from power.
. 1W0 uauomoivis uundri:b, iiwm.-
This 1 saldlo le the amount of II nubfio
aeDl 01 unitea Slates lo round numbers
an ln" white population of the said States
"put down at 7,000,000. . To pay; this debt,
eaye a eotemporary, would require $100
fnim Huh hltn'min v'm.i ..4 i.
the eonntrvl
' What think our tax-paying population of
th ,t ' Af. ihr .tin wiiiin. ..t.iA.
"7 . -- ------ ---r
theblood.suckers and faeeiti of the Radical
i....i'.:irn..L.. .t.
nartv in omGa? or will thev turn lhem nut.
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iLuuui ucrcuiuuv, a. iuu woiouer election r
That is the question I
Firs' thousand years aero the people of
fcgy pt tried ' to eiviliae and edueate the Af
rican,. Two: thousand three hundred years
ago, the Cartbaeenlans wre trying to do tbe
same thing. , Afterwards the Romans tried
their hands. ' Then, Asia and all Europe and
America untied to aocomblish the same end
bnt alt to no avail, excepting as parcelled
out and taught by Southern planters under
the laab.r And yet the Radical leyelers and
destroyers. ! say this spiritless, semi-savaas
creature , is the mode man, to whose geniut
171 anil' wlRdnm 11 mt he iriten nr the
control or sovereign states or me union i
What it Has Cost. H has cost the Vul
ted States the lives of five hundred thousand
: .. ., ,i! .
aerrone ana inree tuousauu luuuuus oi
i f.h!. ,niii:nn r n..
roes and to disfranchise the white ueoDle of
ea. oiates oi tne union, ueaiues, it eoste
twelve minions oi aouars annual 17 . w ibko
f and keep, the freed. ,blaoka, froip
WM"': what is tbls.mountain. pi
aeot ana taxatioq oy me siae 01 toe nigger, r
braa(' rom th mouths of their children to
"PPort Uie horde of idle negroes eel, free to
n. ilnAK I i.J,i.lr. nf I ha nnnntrv 7
What ii.UsAtioD ftnd starTfttion compared
iL it. --I-! I .k. A. it.
' ' v '
Jil
I
negro?
OftC Hoabaib MilliohI There is at least
bnndred millions ef dbllare of Govern
meat beads ia this State, frtt 'ton taxation,
interest of whioh is paid in ootq l,vIf
these bonds were ilaxed at. the same rate as
Other prooerty, they would produce two. mil
lions of dollars and thereby make (axes one-
tenth less." The remedy fer this ie to pay off
these bends in greenbacks, and tax the
greenbacks.; , A eurrtacy that baa been pro
aounced by , the courts to be a. )egai tender.
debt contracted wtm tne undemanding
it was to, be paid ia gold is good enough
to'paV off class of men who have grown
oil the tax-poyers of the eouatry.-A'a-
Xtrtnww. . n i a rt -:iod ;i:1a a If
lilt KV-
fnc
66
l-etringa.f
.
I ... .a..!..': i.i.'j lynrt tj 2
Mpapxa or 37,000 Solih ?r. IUcioai.
LiADxasrrKvery widpw.everv mother,, every
every, iamer, every oruiuer, tivrj bib
ler. IoV those poor soldiers who starred and
t AhdersonrtHe, Bell Island, and ether
prisons, wilt bear In mind, that the
reooirds oLOoveranient: now, ahow, tiiat all
men, perished by. the .heartless refusal,
our. Radical leaders to exchange prisoners
fer tnanr v' ;.-.
Talk of Booth, and Pay BO, aad Snrrait,
indeed! I Wby, lielr bad eriows. pale before
orimes eoamltted by our roltfre toward
own soldiers: who were thus.. left te die.,
the number of 27,000 as the record slwW.'
Omiuty Jefferitmu-tit l:,fny 1 '
HH , Qua,' i, i. . i .i'ssh i i. in Linu.t o
lanam oi .the Bojdbd,- D.4The, Co
luasbut Jovnai tavina eharjed the Cinein,
Enquirer with exaggerating the interest
F(Am
i
amount
Wanted
I ,
It-
nst
Mayo
the bonded debt, the latter answers' the ii Jackson
Kadieal organ thn;-. " Wo am put It in I
roucd
numbers
at from S180.OO0.00O
$200,000,009 in Je-tenders. The Journal
says it is bat $139,000,000. Now, we hare
oer $1 600.000 000 ia bonds, the interest of
wh.ch is paid in enin, and about $665 000..
000. the interest of which Is paid la reen
b(iks. The interest on the $1.600 000 000 is
$94 000000 In gold a year, or $12i5.0O0.O0O
lo legal-lenders.. Add to this $45 000 000 lo
legal-tender interest on. the KflS.OOO 000.
and we have $171000 Q00 as our actual an
ouM interest; .' The Journal has therefore
moderated' the interest more than -we hare
orer-rated it in high eitjmates." .
NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURERS
NEW ENGLAND MANUFACTURERS TO THEIR WESTERN
SUBJECTS.
;i ;:i v').'i ' " . . ;".. '. ;
.1,4 BespectAilly Ueilio ited lo Geo " Bayes. ,
Ho! all ye Western savsges. '' " 1
Who lire on corn and pork,"""
Come up and buy oorl l'ankee goods - -
And keep our mills at work.
Come up we're got the lariff fixedr-i
Yon can't buy any eheaper, ' ; '-'
The "moral" party rules the land ,;, , '
And we're its consoienoe-keeper. '
!i!M" ',ii. ; !,. '
The pesky South, that always kicked
Agi08t our just protection,
We'te got her safe--there's not a tote"
From all that hated section, j ,- .,
And while they're out it gives us all
1 A' most conyenient season. ''"
To line our nests and so we say ' ! .
They're lost their Totea by Treason. 3 ,
i
Vour Western corn, and pork,' and rye '
Are Bret-rate taings to tax on,"".
And so we lay the Duties high) I. ','..
i our Droaa and burly baoks on;
Tou like it too your Western men '
In CoBgrees ilouse and Senate,'
Stand ready by to. vote the tax :
And fastis we canpeb it. l '
" i :;. '.'jiil ; i.,ij i: t'),:'j .:i,:.;
We tax jour coals, we tax yoor Lata,' y !'
We tax your bread and butter, ,
We x your boots, yon socks, your shirtsj
And doa'tyou dare to mutter,
And while we bind you roond end round i
WtlK. .IrnKfl an1 .1 .
.. ?vf vwfl itv4 . i(iV fciei.
The "tax on wool,", we deftly pull
Aotost your sleepy eyes. - u J
i-.t
LATEST song of the Radical:
Fnr tflA Ahnnv t.fiss
We go the whole figger !t m' ' i'r
: We love him beoanse ef bis ecent;
He must sit by our side- , , i
.who, ug ujuvft riue,
And on. must be Vic. rreeldent.
REPAVING OF—
Satan was lately vexed, Van Demott saysj '
To.fiad material to repair kin wayaV'. i
j reason or a aeartft or, Stygian, gravel--he
roads in Hell were dangerous tn trarnl
And Satan sent his myrmidons ahnH. ' '.
To get supplies for money or for love., -'-,., ;r
Their misiion was attended with suaoess, '
Loads oame, Just fit Plutonian roads to dreaii
And Hell was nicely paved, thro' its, dimen
sions. With Wilson's prayers aad 'Sumner's b-oo-J
Business Taros.
J. A ' . MONAHAN. M.-TJ.-' '
HAMDEN, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO ' ,
THANKFUL for (he liberal pstronage received for
-the two past years ho would say to those desir-
his Droressional aer.Tii.fia. Uiat na ma. k.
found at his Otflcenr residence, on Main Street, un. I
lessahsepton profiMsionalfcuslness.i
reoniary at, iwtT-iy . i,. t . ,
J O II IV -C U U It 13 II . I v. .
W. FOURTH ST,' CINCINNATI,1 OHIO
i u- W'- 1 -'ti-- W A
AflCf V .. fifiSlMasei'' ' ,
M;usic";Baojrc
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
TMPORTER ol French, German and Italian Violin
.... . -,:. , ... . . 7 1 '
The Trade supplied on the most liberal terms. '
; .,!. Uentral wetttrn Agtnt for
aad
t
-tttoap-xioy',
mm
MASOX & : HAMLIiY'S
in
.'tw'l ':.ii'l 'avAlki
EH0NINGER " o QBVT ORGAN ANft
T11.7 ii j:,M,BLODE0lI,;".v':;l .".ii: i.'ih
iiirfJ fll AITO flic CkLIBBATtS. ! I 'll vq
.p.tii'i :v.j.'!. Jt"t tt;J "lot . .i;
iriii.'ALso A LAaaa stock .or.. f u
the Facloiie of the most of the CsuaaanB
,iiAXBft8f wtiKTi 1 wilt sell low lor oaah.
Old Piano tsken in exchsnge for new.
esrfitijoB (nj Ornns for sal and t rent, by the
io!iitvi Motk,,, Quarter or iXtat, -riVV
paid for, renti being applied to pur
chase, if deeired. ' T
Iragente for Cabinet Orgaas aad Pianos
in every town in Ohio. Indians and
KeatiiOkyk'-i-V"'''-''" "'') nvt 'liiftt f,v:
(Address. v lid i y r.v J-. 7Ti .
.,' '.vi JOHN . pHURCU, Jt r t ",
June??!, ,v,0, Cinoianatl, P.;;
States
..:AKCniR.AtD.MATp; ;
jiVi;tojiraa3?iri et : Jaaw,
(PROSECflTlNG ATTOHNEV Of VINTON COUNTY,)
lionet Mo ARTHUR. OHIOJ o-j toi?
lriL'hiitfii promstlr l all leital Dsutaa eta.
trusted tabiecnreilvyiotnD and JiKksos -counties.
.Officr-Ia Doddridge's New Building, south,
ooioer Mata and M arket stredn-a p visits. , Ut,
Is in partnership - with Porter Uuiladwaj ot
county.who can .alwara be. fbuod, during
najS,"mi'n
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conntiea.
July
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P'.i UOJGTZ & CO..
TT 1 irinT -r,vJ
HAM DEN FOUNDRY
HAMDEN, OHIO,
AotOToaiae or
STOYES; CASTINGS,
H0LL0V VYAIsE.
All Find of CaiUriTani Bed' FatienmS,,
MACHINERY FOR FIIBKItc.
a ujj a uni nr mskh nam d .
'"f" bopMt loany Market. . " f il ,OId
i i i i i
VIWT0H COUfiTY OAfili
- " wrva Lif
STOOKHOL'DERS:'
JOS.J.MoUOWKLU.., - JA9. W.tlEMT
aw.oirr. . Ca.kio.
. T. KAMNKI.S. siaoiie,
a. a. autia. I 1
. S. BCKDT,
la. r. aditin,.
BANK OF DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT
HaSd:rM-
UAr(tt.ij(i AriD EXCHANGi
; BUSINESS.
a with ample fcoUlties.'lbr: the transactloD ofanv
oai,,e h biTHBias public wnSSiiv - A"
nnvr)H UlflU.6EL,L- CBUE, C(LN ANr
STEVENS .. HOUSE.
31, 23, 34 A 3r Broad way, K. T.
f ') Upfontt Bowling Green,
mHSVBi. Hoo i8Veir and widely known to
.f..,h.'t;aveling puMio.- The lottion is iaueciallJ
suitable to merchante ami -.r1'..
close proximity to the bu.ine.. p.7 W the mti-H
loath. .highway of southera and .tein i.!3'.T
nZ&Stih JM .?in,d. for
ere'y mo.
guests-it is well furnislied,;aiid possesses
. i .v.. cmn niT .nrl.n.
1 l?Th;
the attendance i. nrnT .n w . Z" " "Vr
iUoZU.wiA . 1
, , ' O BO. K. CHASE .fi COT
May23,l806-6m . Jtor,.
WJlUBROVN&CO.i
Otu Door, Wciti Don, Will $ Br o't Store. North
Side Mam Street,, ,is,,,1-T ,0
HO A OENEfeAf BANKING' WsiNESS;
Deal in Exchange, Government Se6uri-
DwlinBxehange, Govert
OIOCH. JJonda. Gnlrt anil Ril..o ft.
T i. . , ""'lT
Dpt,rial fa .l-.J ' T.in...! ..U . ..
-,.... lumcti pm on time
iifollpetione made at all -aocpBsiKU n ni nth
an v ReTe,u Stamps for sale.
knT.itfctt.nZL. V tfle mosl 1"??r JPM
V ?llh he utmo8t Promptness. . . w ., .
roDruarjzs, 1807-1 t ' '.' J
r,r, ,T,H.CMpORE,.,J.
PHysiqiA(ANr UUGEON,
aliens ville, omq.i
rebniarv28. IUT-It 1 ' ' ' ' -
'-''
FTEBen absence of two years, oflerS his pro
A'lonlenri)s;iO:the'0Uiens of Allentiill)
r: " ! rjiLi n
ITILL rrantice in the Courts of Vinion, Athens
surrounding oouatrr.
u.Mka to i. -..
.M.viai, lOUfM 1 '
enaiille
at Law,
Courts ot the Southern District of Ohioi
i
J. J. Mo DO WELL, .""'rff
rt-t- T .wa.
w A HQaBs
lino,, .i.u.nTA'j
.' .- !. ;i i -
HV A T m TT TTll j v. w I
tlTIIiL priuitite in Vinton and adjoining eoiratles, '
Also, Deputy Collector of Internal horenue.
Orrtea In the Viotoo County Bank. ., o
Jnne27,187 6m ' - ( -aoi'.
i tV-a s
JO IIX C. STEVEXSOW.
ATTOflNEV AflO " COUNSEUOR : AT" -LAW,55
Aa; '.jUcisoN c. h.Vohi6, " .-Joth
WlJiLprsfctieo in the Coitrta of fJatkaou, Viuloai
and other comities,
January at, 1867-tf . v ,M;'l .77
,Y;KICHARD;: CRAIG?,! 1 v
Ap.TI QFEERf -.
TIoA.irtlaxxr, OHIO)
HAVlNOlxieti licensed lo dleposa of pronertr tlr '
pohlio auction, he will nromDllr attend all .no- .
in Vintoncoimty wheusolioitfld, 1 , f,
OfflceStllVfl'S Law Offiou. in the Court Ilnn.V
tt-WHt" aic.-!A -.ire w -.' . :; u.'.i -i
TrY
'i.
D, n.,B5IIVEL, ,
Attorney vt Xiaw
AlcAKTHUR,' OHIO. ,
attend promptly to. all lemt bus ineaa an.
trusted to his oar, in Vinton an
Uffico-lo the Coiul Housa.
ll, 1887-ly
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