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VaM8HD VSt tnCHSOAT JtOKSlNO,
t. W. BOWSK, DITO AMI MOPBItTOl.
OFFinRNJgOfCOUHTY
OFFICE In Hodge t Building ovr Stcetland i
afore, corner Mum ana .ru oiiw,
of the Court Uoni " "
For Terms. .. seeUTage. '
WoARTHUK, OHIO:
OCTOEES 3, 1867
TOTRCDAT,
THE DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRES
Has the largest circulation of any fa
Xirttik County. Advertisers and
others will please mah a note of this.
Democratic State Ticket.
Election—Tuesday, October 8, 1867.
For Ooveroor,
ALLEN O.THURMAN, of Fraailla.
Fcr Lieutenant Qoernor,
PANIELS. L'HL, of Holmee.
For Treasurer,
, Dr. C. FULTON, of Crawford.
For Auditor,
JOHN MtELWEE, of Butter.
For Attorney General,
FRANK II. IIURD, of Knox.
' For Jmlge of Supreme Court,
Judge THOM AS M. KEY, of Haiailton.
: For Controller of'Trensury,
WILLIAM SHERIDAN, of William.
. For Board of Pnblie Wovlta,
ARTHUR HTjGHES.of Cn)ahoga.
' For State Senator,
IIENRY M. OXDERDONK,.
Of Gallia county.
Constitutional Amendment, giving
S the Riqht to Vote and
"f -'nx,,.
On
Election—Tuesday, October 8, 1867. NO!
COUNTY TICKET.
, For Representative,
AKPBEW J. SWAIM.
For rronecutint; A'orny
DAVID B BIllVEL
For PnrTcyor,
S. C. ETElNBROQX.' s
Tor Cemraieione,
ALMOND. SOU LB.
ELK TOWNSHIP TICKET.
For JnUice of tit Peace, ..
PAVURT, C! fASE. .
ym. imiui JBMWtWtio tnhamiiMmaBsm
GRAND MASS
MEETING!
MEETING! Of the Union loving people of Vinton county,
at
ZALESKI,
ON
SATURDAY, THE 5TH DAY OF
OCTOBER, 1867.
HOH. D. W VORHEES;
Of Indians, (lie gifted Orator and liigh.
minded statesman, whose eloquent toice
vai etr raisid in drfeoe of the Coo
HiiUlion, and the maintenance
if the laws; ' '. ,
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HON. WH. H. SAFrOED,
' Of' Clhleothe, Obio ; j". ' . ('
POETEE DtjIIADWAY, Eso,:,
Of Jackion, Ohio j and '
HON. ARCH MAYO,
Ot Vinton county, yf poaitiTtly be pree-
, ant at the meeting.. , i
let thera he an immenia gathering of th
TM will be tho lait man meeting in th
Vinton eoiintyl " ; ' ' ' 1 ,. , "
Comi etrerybodyt And listen to an bl
diieut':on of the political iesuii of the dayl
A rOLE RAIS1N0, that will remind yoi
of food old time i, nill bo a feature of tb
Weottngt;".'- ',. . 7T7.
The Chilliootha Oraas Band will furniel
nniio for the occailon. .,. : -
r.; vr.r a:;o '.
Fori siriclly, Tiurci WMU
Lead .it Cincinnati Prices,
d to Sissoo'a Prog SAt.' ' ri-bn.i
-'To the Democratic V oters in the
Senatorial DISTRICTHav-
ing unexpectedly to niyaelf, and with
out a knowledge of such intention, teen
br6ught before you as your candidate
for State Senator; and though I should
have preferred the naininatioa of
some one toi the many abler men of
the Democratic party in this district,
I have, aftor much hesitation, deter
mined to run the race thus set before
me. - - - '---
xne time Doiwecn now ana tno tin
day of October next is so limited,
that I shall Jiot attempt, in person, to
make a canvass of the district. I,
therefore briefly address my coiistifii-
ency through the p'russthat those of
thera to whom I am a stranger raaj j
Do in ho doubt as to my political prin
ciples and views. . ! f i ;f'.
DEMOCRACY.
Being a Democrat first, last "and'nfl
the time, the avowal of it cuts - short
all circumlocution, and by logical in
lVence, proclaims" my attachment to
the Constitution and the Union. It
therefore follows that all tondonoics
ftid efforts to destroy, impair, or in
any way endanger either the one or
the other, meet my determined resist
ance. v "
' '
NEGRO SUFFRAGE.
I am utterly opnosed .to, extendinr !
the elective franchise to the negro, i
not only upon the wound of exnedi-
eney ihiu ujwa princijxe. . All 'xam-'
ination oithis sutect. has satisfied
my mind that the Nu.tjro is not of the
same origin as the white ;uianr but is a
distinct nd inferior creation .
Almighty, so marked by the if.
Omnipotence as to always and f(
of the
and of
potence as to nhvavs and forever
preclude any affinity or equality. with
tho white race. II is natural rights,
however, as a human, beins, should
not oa this ateoilnt bo infrmffod.5 Ho-
should bo protected in porson and
property, and made secure ' against 'L
oqtrage rind violence. But tbi. '
ral right does not extend to sunra"e.,l;1S
buffrago is simply a legal privilere, &ni ;
should not, in my opinion,' be bestow
ed upon the Xcgro in this country.
Without elaborating the argument,
is a sufficient answer to the charges of i
injustice in this particular, to say that
if the superior intellect of the white
man has made a government and cn-
acted laws conducive to the general
i.weltare and happiness of his race, tho
inferior negro can certainly; and
must; bo, content to live ttmjer that
government and those laws, when
they equally protect his race. There
is DO injustice in this. ' -
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
payment .of tho Government
bonds in legal tender, as they fall due,
is the only practical solution of this
vexed problem, and the only sure way
to prevent repudiation.. ; It is a , plan
so plainly Just aud" equitable, that,
eventually, it will commend itself to
all parties and all classes except the
bondholders themselves.. Look at its
effect; Tho annual interest on these
bonds when the public debt is all ml.
justed and converted into them will
be not less than 180.000,000 in gold,
or at the present premium, SSCOO.i
000 in legal tender. This immense
sum, wrung from a portion of the peo
ple; groaning under a taxation 'such as
no other nation on tho globo imposes,
is wiped off by the paynient of the
bonds in greenbacks which draw no
interest; and tho 83,000,000,000 of
puoiic aeot now taxed will be subject
to taxation. "Whatsis there , wrong
about this? The .bondholder gots his
money, and is forced to py Jiis share
of the taxes, the public debt is liquid
ated and tho faith of the, Government
kept inviolate. The inflation . pro-
uicieu, u una poncy ,is pursued, is ex
actly what tho people now want.
They want more, money. ,. It will en
liven business, foster enterprise.' build
our railroads and our towns, and be a
general benefit. - Thero need be ..o
fear of too great inflation. .,
OTHER MATTERS.
The leading, issues havimrbeen thuH
briefly discussed, it is. unnecessary, to i
exteud the list, even .were there space I
to ao so. in conclusion: 1 shall only
add that I oppose corruption and ex
travagance, iij every form, and if
elected will use my Ijest energies to
crusn tnemM,ouMorever.iToe inter
ests of the counties comprised in this
senatorial ,iptnct shall receive . mv
wiuocqi. uiieiuioi, una a. win cio,' upon
all occasions,; what;, my judgment an
yruven.uuu my uii.viugonce sanctions
HENRY M. ONDERDONK.
GALLIPOLIS, Sept. 24, 1867.
nCAKDIDATB rpK. COMMON PlEAS
JuDGB,Our friend, JIaetin Crain;
of Portsmouth, has been selected, as
ihe candidate for Judge of the Court
of Common ' Pleas of this District.
air. (JraIN is one, of tho best lawyers
in Ohio, and, if .elected, will majk,e an
excellent Judge: , Vote for him I.., ,
We have just received volume one.
number thirty-five; of the Democratic
Enquirer, published at " McArthur,
Onton C'ountj,ynio J- w. iJowen
. u . u v " " - - I - - uivb.V in,
'Democratic at All Times, and Under
111 Circumstances." It' is a gallant,
)ut-ppoken little sheet, and lda fair1
o do good work in the cause pf Jus
ica' and i Constitutional libertv:' tti
editor baa1 our: best to'slies for his po
itical anc financial Bufccej, Tomeroy
In IfiS-firsT place, -fro " find' thnt ?a'm-
ilics are not taxed at all Vinton Rec
ord., ...
'Families are pot taxed at all!'.'
A m'emb&'pf the pi-rt that claims all
the 4lmorf lity," "education," "truth,"
&c., &c.:, ought not to Wftko such false
statements! ' ;V - - .
The pen, ink, and paper, yod "used
up" so badly in making that statement
are horribly taxed!
. When "families" visit dry poods
stores for the purposo of buying mus
lins, silks, .: gloves,, handkerchiefs,
thread, or anything in tlie dressing
lino, thev discover, "intko first p'.aeo,"
that they cannot purchuso a single
article unless they piiy ftN qf from
ib'rtv to 'severity -five' per'ceni. ' '
For instance, Calico that was sold
Xix -veitrs Hro,'UTid&r )omocratie.rute,
at z) cents ppr vara, is now poi(t.;aiior
the! whole .amount ol.XAiuti
GOLD and tlio whole amount of the
premium on the gold paid as' tariff fs
paid.) to "families," and oven. to poor
girls -who have to work for only, one
dollar per week, at 3 cents per yard;
and Calico that was sold at 2 cents
per yard, is now sold, (after the Rad
ical tariff has been addod,) atr 5 and
27 cents ncr vard! r
Every other . article is sold, in tho
same manner. Every article is taxed !
Not one single article escapes ! Yf hat
a stupid ignoramus that Record ecrib-'
bier must bo!: Families not taxed?.
Shame, .on yon!. Ask some ot your
llltIy friends tho prices of dress goods,
&c. I They can tell you all ubout tax-
Extraordinary.
est are always frmnd there! . We
U tl,ni.ri'nn-
lsltc st01C lhe oiheSm0 n,"
fr tnc FurPose ot suein?
itl"301 llUj 1 V J, V
dlT gOds Cloaks, fciMWlS, COA -
The popular establishment of
Dax, Will& Bitos. is ahvays
ahead of all olhers in every .re
spect! The finest gotib, the
very latest styles, and the cheap-
the latest arrival, and were sur
prised to see such a beautiful
erlets, and many otner articles
too numerous to mention tne
finest quality and the latest
styles of goods ever brought ito
this market, and at lower prices
than have ever . been sold in this
county! .Go and examine this,
stookof good without fail!
ror..AtrVMdieue9i-.
Call at Sision's Drue Store. . , ... ,( '.
Citizens.
Src. II Article IV, of the Conslitn
tion, provides ' that the citiini of sh
Stale shall ba entitled 'o all ibo privi
lcea and immunitiei of ciiiiei'8 io tba
several States." " "
Should - the Constitutional Amend
meet be adopted, do the Radicals sup
pose that iht Netro cilizoiva of the Stale
tf Ohio would Le sl'nwpd "all. the
privi'ejrps ar,d i'li'tnoniiira f'f ri'iyrrs,"
in Pennaylva'nii.' Indr'ni fllinoi", IiSwn',
or any other Btto: whtra- tiiffrigo had
nnt lit'tD eonfmid ? . !
The U'lff-titu ionul Ampridmeat is
sherr nonsfntte and was certainly yntten
op by tnenhQ did not understand their
huiness or iha ratare of the, questions
they wero Arcing upon the people.
Exciting!
The store-room of "YiLi&
Co., at Zaleski, looks - neat
J.JUW It 113 11 1111 111 ill vol
beautiful assortment of goods1
from the Eastern market! The
assortment is complete every
thing that may be wanted can
be tound there, and at lower
prices than at any other house!
u-o and sec the latest Hiastern
styles!.. ,( .. .. . '.'.
For Fine iVffmnery. ;
Go to Siaaon's Drug Pure.
Grand Mass
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enih, . 8.(00
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high' aired by the ee.ebmiod .iiuiiorful , ,
Arabian Hnree, 'Tulril i" iJio, a liht : i! i :
Pond Wiigon. weight 110 pounds, with set
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flrxt-elasa etabiiliineut, 8,000
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l Melod'an, titt) ah . ' i . 4.. 1 0
6 K'isewonil oewi.ig iniichinef, 8200 each l.tuo
lo Familv sewing inctiine,ini)eaih 1,000
50 Fin sold Hatches, two hundred dollars each 111.000
(00 Oil "nimiiigs, by Itnding prt'sts -aggro
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lriew:h t . . . 1 ' ' f 8,t)0
3 ('aiiitTt hair anawla.threo thdnfoud dot
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1" UiishmeinHhawl ., filly duliars eaeh , , 600
jiO adk dress paiturus, tpnnty-tve dollaiai " v"
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LOOK:IIERE fe--
jm rccfiTcdat BWiTLAXD-f a fresh nj.p3
FAMILY """GROCEKIES,
. ..To whirh is addtO a good assortment of
CuiGtona-Xvlacio
SOOTS AND: SijOESi
Also, a lot of
SPEIXGFIED, MUSKETS,
t Wliich will make fine
; SHOT, G UK SI '
And Wch J-U etl verr thr(lp! , oiro me a eaUr
October 3. n.Sm J- Q. SlVKl'LANO. . .'
.aoEit. WM. Mftiiia. a irtisaAcrT n.Aiaata
S. GOETZ & CO,
II AM PEN FOUNDRY.
HARDEN, OH 10, r;
STOVES, CASTINGS,
, HOLLOW WA-RE,
All Kind of Custen pnd Bed Failerinci, ,
MACHINERY fVr FURNACES,
ALL kind f M.iehiiifiiy ltejm.ring done. Tha
WaroManufL tuied at the foundry Ik tola al
.low can he boiiKi.t inanv Market. .
ffiSTa!r,M"l.V.ntoaC0n.y10.
I1USIXESS,
anii with ample ficilitiea for the trnriRBctlnn of anr
bus Hess iertuining to Legitimate Hanking, wo tender
om le; vices to the bi'MLesspublie vonennlv.
n,rMbl'AXLSl'U.' ' t:i'IN A!"
UO.NPS. Money loaned at leiifouahle r.itca on a.
erprab paper llevenue Stamp hIsvs on han4
uirl tor .nli.
tiiieiei fittiu on tune MepoMita
I'er-onn wi i nam i.i.i r.,nn t n....
triejenn obtir. Iirnfia m wi-niiil ''"8v
February 7,18 j7-iy
CilA.. ISUUHN. ;! hAV. wia, Caik
WILL. BliOWN & CO.,
One Door W'ttl Don. Will $ Bro'i Store, Nor A
Hide ilain Street.
McAET UH, OHIO,
DOAOES'KRAL BANKfNO BUSINESS'
Deal in Esclmnge, Government KccurU
li, Block, lionjs, Uuld and Silver, ho.
Dcpobiti reonived. Intereai paid on time
leposits.
Colleoiinns made at all accessible points
in tlie United Slates.
Unite. Stut es Revenue Stamps for enle.
All biifines d mo on the mo.-t liberal ttrmi
and with the utmost prouiptueua.
. February 28, lSC7-ly
H. C. MOORE,
PHYSICIAN AND STIROEON,
ALIENS VI LLE, OUIO.
AFTER nn absemo of two years, oflrs his'pro.
fo-sioiial services to thaciti2eua of Allcnsvilla
and iirioundi"((counti'y.
March il,18i)7-lf
DASIEL S. DX,i,
Attorney txt Law(
' " MoARTIlUR, OHIO.
1TTTT.T. rronticn in I'm-Kt-i , t Vln'.. ial...
and Jaidcsno Counties ; also, in the United!
Stales t'ourts oi the-outhem 1). strut nf dhio.
utricii aecuid sto
Ireel.
Jauuary 21. 1807-tf
Ot ricii aeouid 6tory ot Davis' liuiliiitu!. on Mala
j. j. McDowell, .
. 4?D-.T -.
V. 8. Cialni Agent, 1
M o A R T H tJ lt '.-b .Il T O .
AXILL prnctiee In Vinton and adjoinin cohntlee.
It AIo, Uepiity Cjlleiil irof Internal heveune.
Orrict In tho Vuitou County Uauk.
Juuei7, laii7 om , - .. .
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR 'AT- LAW, r; !
JACKSON C. II., OHIfJ,
YlflLL.practiee.inthaCo'urta of tJackaon, Vmtoo : -
v and othet eouutiea. . . . i . . J - -
January 21, 1817 tf , ,
H)-RjfQARJ) CRAIG, ,
AUGTI()Ni;ER;:r
IJ r:.o iweu iicrmnn m (iiinnn or nro ienv uv i r
IIOII4 in V.Minn i.Aiititv u'liitf-aitlii.ifori - ,r:
jix 'iiiie nie-uoii, no win nroiii inv aiimm ell au
! qiltio-rihiv.'i'a Law otiicc, in the Court Ilouia. ' ' -
August 1, lS07-tf.
AUailiALUJiAYO..
n ......i.u u ..n .... j ., r - . i
IOB leceilTlill iTTnnuru nt ili..nlt'iiMti... I' ' I
V njotuuiuiu a" turtmci j,r VI JLUI1 lUUrliTiA
! jj-McARlllUI., OHIO, .
IfTlLInff nd-spnupptly to nil legal bnslntas h
I Y trusted ti h;j caroin V.ntnu and Jaokaon ooua. ' ?
ties, tiltiueil uoitdr.dge a New Hnddlng, South- "V "
aestcoraecMainand MiuKetstmsn upiair. Mr. s--Mayoialn
partnership with Por-er UuhadwaviW
Ja :kon county, who i-an ahvays ba found, Ulua.it
vacation, at the office in Jackaon, Ohio. j
MayaMaoT-tlp j -- .pf f ,, if
''i ' 1 ' - r ' ' it 1,11.4
I-
PltYSICIAN AND SUUGEON,
7CrfMMKf,:yiNTOi,C0NXlf, ottlt),-" ;
'HASKFOLfor the'liberal pitrouace received fo
th ) tw ,pityeata, ae would, say to those denr-
ng hi' prol'essional aorvleea, that lie may always be
ouod at U Oifice or residence, ou Main BWoct, aa
eas absnnt on prnferstonal business, '
, February 23, IttjIT-Xy ; ..: , ;,,

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