IT ARTHUR, VINTON COUSTY, OHIO; THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1867;
HJBU8HKD IVBar THOBSDAT linSNINO,
J. W. SOWtX, CDITOB ANP rllOFRlITOB. .
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF V1MT0H COUHTY
OFFICE- In Dodge' t Building oiw Swetlan&t
Store, eorntt Main and Locust Strut, East
oj the ' Court Uonee.
For ;Trrae -to. see 4iK Pofte j - :
Wc ARTHUR, OHIO ;
: . BEPTEMBEB 29, 1857
THE DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER
. Has the laraest circulation of any pa
ver in Vinton County. Advertisers and
others will please make a note of this,
THE PEOPLE VISITED!
Jones Cometh to Allensville—He taketh
a Nap, and Over-sleepeth His Time—
He Becometh Discouraged and Departeth
to the North Country, Even
unto Pretty Run.
. It came to pass in the days of Ne
gro Equality that there was ono
Homer, whose Burname was "tfones,
who aspired to bo a chief ruler among
the people, even unto the offico of
State Senator and chief Law-giver;
the'sarae was a mighty man of valor,
who went forth to battle in the days
of Abraham -and drove tho enemy
from tho rivers, even unto tho ends of
the earth. Now, thero was a region
called Richland, the chief city of
which was Allensville, whose inhabit
ants sat. in great darkness, and the
people saw no light, insomuch that
t icy wcrq opposed to Negro Suffrage.
Now, it' cawo to pass that Ilomer,
(the same is also known among his
kinsfolk as Navigator No. 2,) was sent
. by the council of wise men from Jic
Arthur even unto Allensville, to ex
hort the people thcifoT to turn from
the error of their . ways, and as ho
drew near tho people said, All liaiLJ
And he turneth in and lodgcth.at the
And "when the chief men of the sect
of the Radicalswere gathered togeth-
er on, the Btreet corners, they began
to inquire where the wise man was;
and they say,' He' loclgeth with one
Sherman, the Landlord; and they all
with ono accord and One voice, said :
Let us go thither. And as they drew
near tho house tho said, Where is Ho
mer, tho "Orator, for wo desire to see
him? And the Landlord sayeth, Bo-
hold. 'ho sleep ;th! And tho chief
men marveled among themselves, say
ing: "What manner of man is this that
cometh among : us, even from McAr-
thur, to expound the things concern
ing the Amendment, and lo! this deep
slumber hath overtaken him?
' And they tarried at the inn of Sherman,
until tho eveving drew on, and
yet he continued to sleep. Now theie
arose no little disputation' among
them, for somo said he had taken too
much wine; others4said, How can th's
be, for behold there is none kept in
tl)is city Then said they, lie cometh
from: McArthur, and his brethren
tliere are owners of tho Boil and such
as have vineyards and winepresses,
and they do partake freely of tho juice
thereof, and have lordly possessions,
and interest-bearing bonds, and flocks,
and herds, and stately mansions, and
they do go arrayed in purple and fine
linen apu faro sumptuously every day,
irjsofnuch that their very, eyes stick
out " with . fatness. . And they said,
Behold wo havo seen and heard
cnouch'of this fellow, for night draw
etjh on- and yet he sleepcth; let us
arise. and so nonce. .
And as they wero about to depart
Homer awoke from his slumber and
came forward into their midst and
sard, "Why ' depart ye? They said
unto him," Thine hour is past. Then
said --ho, Tarry ; thou until I see
tlierevbe any Ono hero who keepeth
wine and I will yet address thee.
r. I ' l' 1 - V. ' V? XT-i. -
Xfloy (aoswerca ni in,. saying, not bo,
my Lord, for we must go about our
business.' r : - -,-- .
' 'Arid Homer was Borely vexed, insc
nvneb that!' hiB feyebrows ' were fallen.1
Then, saidjqhV potter, (he himself also
being ah Orator,) . Brother Jones, why
art thon discouraged? -Let. ub go un
to the North country; even" irhtO'Pret
ty Bun,',peradyenturovwe may find
mora brethren there. And theyarw
and departed thence, shaking the dust
from tinder their feet; saying: It shall
bo more tolerable for Sodom and Gom
Allensville, Sept. 18, 1867.
How Short Their Memory Is.
"California, held her election a fewdays
ago, and through dissensions in
the Republican ranks, gave a Demo
cratic majority. .,". .'
Thosa ptor-dovlW liave not nudist vlc
'tovy. for bo long,' thai H would be
wrong to refuso them the right of re
joicing once in every tew years."
We "'spec" time ffies swijtly by
when Democratic "Victories" ; are
thought of by Rads. How long has
it been since Connecticut wheeled in
to line? Since Kentucky told her
forty thousand for Democratic princi
pies A few years? You re some as
aforgcttist! Some "Dissensions" eh?
but Haight overcome all dissensions
and polled six thousand votes more
than both candidates of Abolitionism
We have heard of drowning men
catching at straws, but never knew or
heard beforo ot ono catching at
straw where no straw was.
"Crumb of comfort," surely, to
know that with all your hate for
Haight he overreached all opposition
somo six thousand. Small "crumb,"
this; and Mr. Record, if you will look
at Maine, Montana, or Colorado you
can find another "crumb;" and we
predict also a very "leetle" "crumb"
;n Ohio say the. Amendment knock
ed higher than tho moon, lower than
tho Dead Sea, and farther away than
Heaven va Sodom. '
Now, Mr. Record, say . no more
about California it hurts Radicals;
don't mention Montana it pains 'em
'droffu'.ly;" say nothing about Maine-
Democracy gained over. 16,000 there
and praise the Amendment or it won't
carry. Work as though tho entire re
sponsibility of this campaign hung up
on your shoulders, while we sing
. "Hh, Lord, on what n Oonder thread
. llnng everlwtmg thinx,"
you may pai s around the hat and take
a collection for the relief of tho sol
diers' widows, from whom your party
stolo 6800,000 for political purposes
Bunsby luiclly explains the present
system of raising revenue, as follows
"Now, you, see, in the first place
they git the amount of a feller's busi
ness. That is taxed. Then thcy'find
how much ho earns every month, and
that s taxed. Then they hnd out
about his profits, and on that they
their tax. Then they manage to
somo tax' on what he owes. Kext
comes what they call income, and that's
taxed. Then, if anything is left,
preacher calls round and gets it to sustain
the church and convert the heathen."
' Democrats oannot be ioo oareful in exam
Ing their tickets. '. '
: A fine opportunity is presented, owing
its great length, for the Jnsertion by
Radicals of some of their candidates.
Read your tickets caiefully, and whenever
a Radical's nan appears scratch it iff
write , (be name of the. White man's candi
date. ' '
Jones and Fee like to see you
Work' Workl Work!
From dawn to the dusk of day.
For youi hopes are crmhel with weight of
That toil of your life won't pay!
And then they can take about
tjvo-thirds of what you earn lor
interest on their bonds while
they Bit in their easy chair I Vote
against them without Iain .
' You waol the Union of the Slates pre.
served aud the liberties of iho peopU
A RADICAL Congress by its fall j, and
liopublicaa lf reideat by hu power,
have almost wrecked the Republic.
Coma, ill , pstriotio Kepabli)ao and
berp uh stop the destraotioo ot our wo
, Ben."Wadh,iow U. S.Sev;
fitor from Qiilo, -ud. uctuidldate
for re-election,? and who has
been making stump speeches in
different parts of Ohio, made a
speech at Marietta a few days f
ago, in which he said, in speak
ing of Foreigners: . i
AS A MASS, IN MY JUDGMENT, THS
NEQROKS ARE BETTER QUALIFIED TO
DISCHARGE. THEIR DUTIES UNDER TUB
GOVERNMENT THAN THE 'ORE AT
MASS, EQUAL TH THEM IN NUMBERS,
T.'UT WE HAVE ALWAYS PERMITTED
10 VOTE I"
Irish and-German voters of
Vinton county, : what.: do
you think of that? The Ne
gro, in tho judgment of . TV ade,
better qualified to vote than you
are I ' Wade is a candidate for
re-election to the Senate, to
which position he will be elect
ed by the Legislature, if a- ma
jority of such Ncgro-lovmg
Bond-holders as John Fee and
Homer J ones are elected to the
Legislature I Remember 'that
Fee pledged himself, in the con
vention that nominated him, to
4vote for "Wade for any pfilce
or for any other .Kegro-loving,
hater of Irish and Germans, and
blood-thirsty Kadicall Jones
will do the samel
Neither Jones nor Fee are
friends to the Irish, pr Germans,
or any laboring man I
They are now traveling over
the county asking you to voe
for men who declare that Ne
groes are better qualified to vote
than foreigners 1'
They are in favor of hundreds
of negroes coming into Vinton
county to underwork the poor
white men who dig coal and ore,
chop wood, work on the railroad
sections, '&c. I m
Vote against them I ' Vote for
Onderdonk and S waim I
Lot every poor man in Tinibn
Coanty go to the polls next Tuesday
week and vote against John Fee, te-
cause he is in favor of Negroes coming
to this county to work for. almost
nothing and compel you to leave or
you and your families to suffer!
THK President ia ddoiorelizdd Con
gress is dpmoratiied publio cretjit
demoralized, and tbe wools, oouotry in
oenfufion, turmoil and madness, under
lUdioal management. .' Go and oonterl
be evil at the kallot box. '
: IP Radical ' fanation-m triumphs, the
South h to be Afrioanued. tod laiM
standing army keot there to eat out iho
publie taxjs, while keeping white neo
under negro rale. - And that ii all the
remedy oar Congress hai to relieve tie
people. Uondemo such ft policy at the
Whin the bnebV men of,; the hid,
see tbe Radical leaders tearing down tbe
temple of liberty, they shoold :itke,Jie
power out lot'
freemen I r
j It is the eaerad dutj of every good
ettueo, to asbiat in itoppiog the dUgrace
fol ightg ina brawli, between the Bali
oil revolutiooiats and their "President;
Yon mtut venudiata the 'whale brood
. T following Is the second el the Urban
O In ion onpaiga long. The. first, enti
titled "The Ne . England Manufaoturer to
their Western Suhjeotf," which hat been
published in thll' paper, hti beeo oopied far;
and wide: . ' . . ....,.
THE PAYING OF THE GREEN.
THE PAYING OF THE GREEN. AIR—"Wearin of the Green (or Bonny
, O, RadJies, dear, did you hear ' : . '
The fate that's going 'round, '
That they'll pay the debt in fmobtcki,
1ml kaon ik. ........ IV
That the money tbt the under gave us
neu tun dodos- ware sniu,
He shall take in payment baek again,
: And not the people's gold?
And not the peop'e'i gold,
And not the people's gold,
Be shaft uke in payment baek again, '
And noi ll.e peoplVa gold?
Old Benny Wade, though he inveighed,,
And stamped and roared and raved,
Can not mislead th people more -
The country innxt be sutedl
The Ruddies on the publio purse .
Will shortly lose their ho d,
For it' getting rather ditoieroui -
To trust theiu with the gold. , .
' To trust them with the gold, to.
We'll restore again the Union,
For whioh our solJiers died
The Baddies all will swiftly fall .. '
Before the rising tide.
We'll have a country onoe again, .
And, before we all get old,
Hay hear again the jingle
' Of the. silver and tne gold,, :
;! Of the silver and the gold,
Of the stiver an t the gold,.
May hear again the jingle '
i Of the silver and the goldl
The Radicals in Vinton eounty are per
feotly aware that numbers of their party in
every township in the eounty have resolvei)
to vote against the Oixxard Foot Amendmen
acd every man on the Ginard Foot and
Bond holders' Ticket, and they- hope to mak
up this fallinc off by trickery and under
Fraudulent tickets will be circulated for
The ticket printed at this offico will be the
sound one; without any admixture, '
Vote it and redeem Ohio from Radical
misrule, . .
Gold interest paid by the laboring men of
America for the benefit of Radical Aristo
crats. Negro Suffrsga for the continuance in
power of, the Radicals who inaugurated a
bloody war and murdered one million Ameil
sao eitixens to effect that objeoi. '
. The man who votes the Radical-Abolition-Constitutional-Amendment
Ticket votes to
endorse the above and should not complain
if his taies dcuble every year. .
TflS Hidical .Governors al States are
about cooveniog together, to fight a Re
publican Ptesideot, and iaro bint oat
by the bayonet. The people must con
demn the whole of them tt the ballot
box,or be involved in more war.
The Rdiol fanatio-, suyn as ADE,
. ' V. In
Stevenc, and PuiLLIPS, are all guutj
of treatoo, bat as the; are insane, no one
arrests them. ; Still tbey : are doing all
they can to fao the flime of oivil war,
in arch j and ruin. Shan the feoatio.
Inelate to borrow: contract to pay.
This is the Radical party policy. They
' ' " a yt F
mflatea currency unui n was
out jtyriy vr maj. vouto vu
gold.. They borrowed then some $2,-
i 800,000,000. ' They now propose
contract the currency until it is at par
in irold. and then pay their creditors
with-it. I not this a, beautilul ar
rangement for the people? Will they
not insist that a debt created in infla
tion shall be "paid by inflation: and
' o . '
hat when we ' have paid the debt
will be time to contract .the currency
fend approach the specie basis. Cin.
The Eichmond ; Enquirer says that
he' State of 'Virginia is completely
enmeshed with secret political leagues
of black men, engineered by tho worst
kind of white Radicals. ' -
Tr in Rhared that Jav.Cooke is CD
ideavoring 4o hring -Abwt a'concert
laction. among wwse uibQ-iewv
National banks, with a view io nom
inate Chase for the presidency. ;..
Fenian Riot in England.
Manchester, September 19. -Quite
a serious Fenian riot occurred to-day,
resulting 5n the killing and wounding
of several persons, while a strong po
lice escort was conducting the Fenians
Kelly, recently arrested in this city,
and Veasey from jail ; to the railroad
depot'preparatory to their removal to
Dublin for trial.
It was attacked by a mob armed
with- cluba, stones, and firearms. ; A
desperate : battle .ensued for a time,
when the police, finding .themselves
overpowered, wore obliged to give
way. The prisoners were rescued by
the mob and 'carried off in triumph.
Tl.. : .!.i, rt.
Alio viiy IO IUW tUlUb. vud puuuo
man-was killed and several others in
jured. Many of the rioters wero also
Dadly injured. A proclamation was
immediately issued by the authorities
offering a reward of 300 for the re
capture ot the prisoners.
oix persons were arrested for par
ticipation in the riot.
Later telegrams announce that the
rescued prisoners are still at large.
though it is thought they can not
have escaped from the city. ' A great
many of the rioters have been arrest
ed. ' : . .
The NbOro in the Public Scnoots
We are allowed to copy the follow
ing paragraph from a letter received
by a gentleman ot this city rrom a
relative .in JNew. Orleans:
"My expenses are about to be con
siderably enhanced, which, consider
! 'it - nil' - 1 ' T
in? me iauin? on in uusiness, i can
but illy; afford. You remember that
you used to observe that the public
buuuuiB ill una guy were mo utsi, m
the countrv. and so I believo thev
were; but their glory is about to de
part. 1 can not consent that . my
children shall sit cheek-by -jowl at the
same desk, and upon the same bench
with negroes, hence 1 shall be com
pelled to send them George, Ellen,
Kate, and Rose to a private semina
ry, at the same time that I contribute
my eharo to the support of the public
There is about as much food for re
flection in the above extract as if
volume were written upon the subject,
and we commend it to the advocates
of negro suffrage and negro equality
in Ohio. ' We can vouch for the excel
lence of the New Orleans schools un
der the old regime, as we can for our
own at the present time. The negro
has completely demoralized the tor
mer, as he will the latter, if the Ead
ical party continue to hold power in
this State; - How many are there who
heedlessly vote that ticket, .but would
shrink at their sons and daughters
being compelled to sit "cheek by
jowl" with the negro 7 Cm.Js.nq.
' Extract From a Letter From
Jackson, Louisiana, to a . Friend in
Cincinhati. "The freedmen of this
country are holding what they cal
Loyal League meetings, once or twice
a week. They place guards around
to keen all white people away, except
a few Northern Radicals, wno came,
here' .to organize " them and make
speeches to thorn. - They are arming
themselves, and say boldly that they
own the houses and lands ot this coun
try, and they will have them if they
have to kill all the white people of
South to (ret thara.
" Have the people of the North any
idea ot the state of things hero? The
; negroes say that men and money
-Ji it a ' al ;
ooing Bern nere io carry on mis woric,
- The rank and ;filo of the Kepubli
can party, can yet save pur liberty
joining hands with , Democrats
votinir down jour own leaders. Un
less vou do it, vou .and all of us wi
fvoa j vi
b d Military Dictator, in
than a year.
The whole circulating medium
this country does not exceed $750,000,
000. Upon this medium alt the tax
es, Federal and State, are to be paid,
and the whole business of the nation
transacted. . Last year the taxos alone
paid by the people exceeded in
United States $800,000,000. In other
words, if all the taxes had been paid
at one time, thero would hot have
boon money enough to pay them, leav
ing not a cent to do business with.
"Who can doubt,: with such a
starine us in the face, that the curren-
cy would wen oear me increase
large payments of the bonded debt
i . . 1 1 iL.'i!
legl-enaer floveB v.
A editor, referring to patent
air-tight 'coffins, says: "No
ai.n . Vioutnrr AnoA frfnrl tViPsn tnffina
Co N fide rat b bonds, of the eight
per cent. loan,.are being bought up, it
is supposed, by authority of the Brit
ish Government, to be put in aa an
offset against our claim for damages
done by the Alabama. ' '
.aou. wm. nuin.it. a.wiuaAdrt. m. wtioarn
S. GOETZ & CO,
. HAHOMCTtrBCBS Of .
X AU Kindt of Cotter i and Bed Fatttinst,
MACHINERY FOR FURNACESi
ALl, kinrla cf Machioery Repirlnr done. Th
low can he boiig'.t in any Market.
May 1M307-1 M"u'vin'nCounty.O
VINTOn COUNTY DANK,
JOS.J.MoliOWELI,. JA3. W.DEUT,
I'aBSIPEXT. . CiiHIHS.
tl. t. 1UXDY, I. P. DdCOl, AlfBBtW HOlt,
U. t. AHUIIJf, V. XRU, ! tUn SlfcOke,
A. k. 41'STIS.
BANK OF DISCOUNT AND DEPOSIT.
HAVING formid a eo-r-nrtnerahip for the purpota
of conducing a '
GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE
ti; with ample facilities for the transaction of iny
bin nen perimning to legittmnte Banking, we tender
om el vices to the bwnr.e niiblin nerull. -
We Blir AND Sf.LL- EX''H NGE, Cl'IN AND
BONDS Money loaned at reasonable rate on mm
pfp(bie paper Revenue Ktnmp altiays oo kind
ana lor faie. interest nam oq tune deromtt.
PoiHOiii wiBh:nzto remit money to ForemnCoua.
tries can obt in Drafta at our Office.
CHA3. BRUWN, lyett. DAN, WILL, Cuh
One Door Wett Dan. Will j- Bro'e Start, Norik
Side Main Street. . ,
DO A GENFRAL BANKING BUSINESS;
Deal io Exchantte, Government SeourU
tiae, Stock, BonJi, Gold and Silver, &a. .
Deposit reoeived. Interest paid on time
Colleotioni made at all aooessible polnti
io the United States.
United States Revenue Stnmps for sale.
All business done on the most liberal term!
and with the utmost promptness.
reDruaryzs, isvT-iv . ....
II. C. MOORE,
PHYSICIAN AND STIROEON
1 FTERan absence of two years, oHars his pre
V feraional services to the oiliieai of AlUnnllle
and surrounding country. j ,
March U, 18ut-tf
DAB IEL S. DANA,
.ttoxxLoir at Law
WILL vraetice in the Courts of Vinton,- Athene,
ami Jackson Counties : also, in the United
States Courts ol the Southern District of Ohio.
Orrica Second Story of Davis' Buildinn, oa Mala
January 24. 1867-tf
j. j. McDowell,
ZV.ttoxxxey -it Law,
' U. 8. Claim Agrent,
MoARTHTIR, OHIO. .
WILL prnotiee in Vinton and adjoining eountlas.
Also, Deputy Collector of Internal Heveau.
Orrica In the Vinton County Bank.
Juue 27, 18(17 6m. , . . :
JOII.- C. 8TDVE,SO!V, ' :
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
JACKSON C. H., OHIO, : '
WILL practice in the Courts of Jackion, Viate
and other counties. . .
January 2, 1867-tf
A UGTT 0 NEIl,
HAVING been licenfed in diapone of property bv '
public auction, ha will promptly attend -II ana,
tioii in Vintoncounty whev solicited. - '
Office "-liiv..' Law OSloe, in the Court House.
Auguat 1, 1867-tf
! ' ' '
x.ttojr1a.03r at 3arv
(PR38ECUTING ATTORNEY OF VIMON GOlJNtY.)
MoARTHUR, OHIO, " -.t,
WILLat'end promptly to all legal bilnesa.
trusted to his care in Vinton and Jncknon coun.
ties. Office 1 1 Doddridge's New Hiiilrtlnir, sooth
aeat dorner Mmnand Matltetstreela upiairn. Mr.
Mayo tain partoerahip with - Porrer Uilladwuy ot
Jackooq county, who pan always ba foiod, durioaj
vacation, at the office in Jackson, Ohio. I :.-;).. ,
: J. A ' MONAHAN, M. D, .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
II Ml) EN, VINTON COUNT V, OHIO,
T'HANKFTjLfor the liheral patronajte received for
thatwo patyeaia, he would ay to those deir
n hi profeesionul services, that he may always b
ouod at hie Otfioeor residence, on Main HUU ub
ess absent on profetslonal buiineM. i
i ; February St, Wt-t) : : r- ' - ' .
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