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VHBL1SHID K VERT TUUB8DAT MeftMHO, I
J. W. tOV IN, BDITOR AND PBOMIITOB.
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF VINTON COUNTY
OFFICE In Dodge' Building, over SwetUmds
Store, corner Main and Locust Street, East
of the Court Home.
For Terms, &o see 4th Pajre.
McARTHUR, OHIO:"
THTJMDAY,
. . HQVTKBEB 14, 1867,
THE DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER
Has the. hiraest circulation of any pa-
in in Vinton Count il. Advertisers and',
. ... . . 'r. i. -f (I.;.
timers win ptcasemane a nmc vj vu,
,
Notice to Campaign
Subscribers.
We would like to have all our
campaign subscribers renew
their subscriptions for a year,
the terms being only $1,50,
. "We will continue to send the
1 papers to all until we are no
tified to discontinue them.
Every campaign subscriber'
afford to pay the small sum'
of $1,50 a year for his county
paper, -or 75 cents for six
months, or f 1 a year at Post
Offices wher. elubs have been
got up. .
!
Another Panic!
GOODS HAVE AGAIN
DECLINED!
THE FIFTH LOT OF
NEW GOODS COMING!
It is a fact than Dan Will & Bros,
cell more goods than any other House
in this part of the Stato. One of tho
firm is now in the city buying another
stock of Goods making the fifth
' stock they have bought and sold since
tho first of September. Who can say
: tncyaonoi sou more goou u.uu .ujr
other House in this region? And .
they sell lower, too; if they did not,latnre
they could not sell so many lots of
goods out in so short a time. It s of t
course um ir u3 w .tweu.. , -".Democratic
you what they have-you must
anu see, no uinorence wuuuiur
buy anythmg or not. luey never
get anything that is not beautiful or
of the best quality.
Johnson's Snow. A. Johnson's
menagerie Ben Wade, Chief Man
ager; Thad. Stevens, Clown; Henry
Wilson and Charles Sumner, Man-
agcrs; J. V. jorney, easier ui mo
Ring meets in the city of Washing
ton, near the seat of A. Johnson, on
the 21st of November. Owing to the
late and bad season of tho year, the
creat show wilt remain in "winter
O
; quarters" until tho opening of spring,
when Mr. Wade, the Chief Manager,
will bo discharged from further busi
ness by the Ohio Legislature. The
number of men connected with the
menagerie is as follows:
Sonato Black men, - 42
" White men, 12
House Black men, ' 144
" White men. 49
Whole number of Black men,
' White "
186
61
Majority of Black men
White men,
The first business
ovor
125
will bo a
general stirring up of all the unruly
animals, by Mr. A. Johnson; after
which they will mako a last desperate
effort to eat him before he passes out
of the cago.
-V
Great improvement in Pictures;
better pictures than ever taken, and
the best materials used; any kind of
Pictures Photographed or enlarged to
any size, or colored in Oil, India Ink,
Water Colors, Ac; Porcelain Pictures,
Ferrotypes, Ambrotypes, Photographs,
Gems, and every kind of picture made;
Framos and Picture Cord for sale; and
pictures framed to order at C. J. Bil
linerhurst's Gallery. He understands
his business. Call and see him. Eead
his advertisement.
Another Arrival!
The large Dry Goods House
of "Will & Co., at Zaleski, is
now being supplied with the
fifth lot of goods since the first
- of September this assortment
..being sufficient to supply the
great trade in that place. .They
know just what.the people want,
'and when the people see such
nice goods displayed in the store
they cannot, help purchaeing
inmetliino'!
LATE ELECTIONS.
NEW JERSEY.
' It appears from the returns of the
New Jersey election that the .Demo
cratic majority in that State is about
14,000. The Democrats carried ail
the counties but lour. The new State
Senate consists of eleven Democrats
and ten Eepublicans, a Democratic
majority of one. Last year the he
publican majority in the Scnato was
five. The Assembly consists of forty
six Democrats and fourteon Eepubli
cans, a Democratic majority of thirty-
two. Last year tho Eepublicans had
six majority in the Assembly. On
ioint ballot the Democratic majority
.1
J " ' ' "
the Eepnblican majority was eleven.
v.:a i-MiK ia hirtv-thrftn: last
MASSACHUSETTS.
publican majority of 103. Tho Eo
can publican majority on joint Ballot is
The Boston newspapers variously
estimate the Eepublican majority in
Massachusetts from 22,000 to 28,000.
Last year it was over 65,000. The
State Senate consists , of 27 Eepubli
cans and 13 Democrats, a Eepublican
majority of 1-1; and the House of 170
Eepublicans and 67 Domocrats, a Ee
ii. jjusi year me ivepuuncan nuijur-
ities were 40 in tho Senate, 218 in tho
House, and 258 on joint ballot.
NEW YORK.
The Democratic majority in' the
State will probably be 45,000. With
regard to the State Legislature, the
new State Senate will consist of 19
Eepublicans and 13 Democrats,
lEenublican majority of 6; and the
House of 60 Eepublicans and 68 Dem-
locrats, a Democratic majority of 8.'
This gives 2 Democratic majority on
joint ballot. Last year tho Eepubli
can majorities were 22 in tho Senate,
i36 in the House, and 58 on joint balotl
MARYLAND.
that every state and county officer
and evMy member of the State Legis.
elected is a Democrat. Ecturns
;fif0m tho dty Qt Baltimoro and four.
u f th gtat . ft
majority of 28,640. Eight
gOcountica remain t0 be heard from.j
In Maryland the Democratic candi-
jdate for Governor has received a ma-
ioritv jrrflflter than that ffiven in the
gtato jn &vor of the adoption of the
Constitution, and it is thought
M the mftjority alread known if)
4,524 greater than that for the Consti
tution at tho election in September.
Tho Democratic majority in this
State will reach nearly 40,000.
KANSAS.
Full returns have as yet been re
ceived from but few counties ; but all
received show heavy Democratic gains,
though the State will probably give a
small Eepublican majority. Atchison
county, the home of Senator Pomeroy,
which has heretofore been Eepublican,
gives a decided Democratic majority
1 I 1 111,
Doniphan county has elected three
Eepublican, and two Democratic Eep
resentatives. Leavenworth city and
county give about 300 Democratic
majority. Of nine Eepresentatives,
this county will probably elect seven
Democrats and two Eepublicans. Ne
gro Suffrage and woman's voting were
both defeated by eight or ten thousand
majority. There were no State officers
to be elected. ,
WISCONSIN.
Few additional returns have been
received from Wisconsin. The Demo
crats gain six or eight members of
Assembly and three or four Senators,
but the Eepublicans still retain con
trol of both Houses of the Legisla
ture. . Seventy -five of the largest
towns and cities in the State, including
Milwaukee, show a net Democratic
gain of 1,700 over the vote of 1865'
when there was a Eepublican major
ity ot 10,000. ;
MINNESOTA.
The Eepublican majority of 10,208
last year is reduced to below 4,000.
The meagre returns indicate that
Negro Suffrage in Minnesota has
shared the same fate that awaited it
in other States. ' '
For Fine Perfumery,
Goto Sisson's Drag Store.
It is rumored that Capt. Jones will
riv&np the contest for State Senator.
As it will, no doubt, cost him several
hundred dollars to take evidence in
the various counties, the prospect of
success is so slim that he will undoubt
edly be deterred from making the
effort to counteract the action of Mr.
Onderdonk. Pomeroy Banner.
. We think th Banner ia correct.
We do not like to say very much
about Mr. Jones, as every thing we
say is construed by the Vinton Becord
to mean "personal; ana tne manner
should say but little, now the dead are
sleeping so silently and sweetly in
their little Salt River Graves.
ATTENTION!
We copy ine uiuumuf; vauv....
a letter received from Philadelphia
business man who visited this town a
few days since:
[For the Democratic Enquirer.
veariwhat, incredible low prices ne is sen-
Ma. Editor: I soldom write for a
newspaper, but as 1 had tho pieasuro,
a few days f go, of visiting your place
on business, and was so much pleased
in Ecneral, and in ono or two instances
especially, that I can not retrain trom
writing a few lines in relation there
to. Tho merchandise uusinetss buohio
111 fL floiirislrinL' condition, but the
great attraction in that line seemed to
bo at J. K. Will's establishment. It
is actually astonishing to witness tne
number of customers at this concern,
mid no wonder when we think at
. . i ii
I. , .1- ii S r.U-,r
in"' gooas cneupur hiu iu uui ungr.
Only think : best Calicos at 12 cents,
and beBt sheetings at 15c16c, and
Other goods in proportion. Thon the
establishment is so completely ar
ranged iu all its parts, and everything
in such perfect system that it is a
pleasure to witness it. nis stock is
very large, but can not last long un
less frequently replenished, if ho sells
all the time as he did the week I re
mained there. Then he has such a
gentlemanly set of clerks; it is a
pleasure to buy of them. There is
G. B. AVill at the head of tho corps,
with his smiling face, good humor,
and ready wit. I know he will give
a bargain and sell any how. lie is
ably sssisted by Messrs. Martin and
Cartlich, two perfect gentlemen.
Take it all together, it is one of the
finest establishments I ever saw in a
country town, and in my travels I
have seen a good many. .
He deserves the patronage of the
people for his energy and enterprise.
Yours,
COSMOPOLITAN.
November 7, 1867.
Exciting!
No one is killed; neither is any
one hurt. But things in and
about J. A. Felton's large dry
goods establishment begin to
look a little exciting. He is
now in the city taking advan
tage of a decline in the prices of
all kinds of goods and is pur
chasing a very large and fash
ionable stock of goods suitable
for the fall and winter trade in
this market, which wilfbegin to
arrive this week. - It will be the
most complete, the most beauti
ful, and the cheapest assortment
ever opened in this county! All
the very latest styles of plain
and fancy goods, dress patterns,
Balmoral skirts, table linens,
cloths, hoop, skirts, cassimeres,
hosiery, gloves, shawls, muslins,
a complete assortment of notions
in fact, every article any one
may want will be displayed in
his store. Go and examine the
New Styles of Goods at Felton's!
For nishler's Herb BIttrse
- Go Sisson's Drug Store.
TnE Large Cities. For tho first
time for many years, the largo cities
of the United States have gone Dem
ocratic. New York heads the list with her
cool 61,169 majority.
Brooklyn rolls up her 14,100.
Philadelphia, last year Eepublican
by thousands, is now Democratic.
Boston the hot bed of Radicalism
at the late election gave over 1,400
of a decided Democratic majority a
change in a single year of 6,481.
Baltimore counts her Democratic
majority by so many thousands that
Radicalism stands aghast at the sight.
All hail to the great cities of the
republic. '
Next year, the hurricane, whit, ;s
destined to sweep Radicalism 4rnm
the continent, will include the -.oat
CHICS O1 1110 11 cou, ouu joucciil tJjgril
as it has redeemed the stars 0f tbe
East. .
Snow fell in this
Monday.
region
last
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FALL AND WINTER
IDIRST GOODS 1
AT
E. D. DODGE'S
CHEAP .STORE,
IN
MAIN STREET,
McARTHlW. o.
TIIfAVB just received n lurtfe ami well mV ' !
XT"tock of Fall and Winter Dry tinoils, Notii I:-. & ,
which weremirehnocdin the Bi-t-tern cities f re Ii,
duridg the decline in prices, which I will Sell 1.1
LOW AS TUE LOWEST.
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Dress Goods anl Plain r.ml
Fancy Goods,
White Good1), Laces, Embroideries,
Table Linens, Towelins, Shawls,
Balmoral Skirls, Hoop Skirts, Hosiery,
Gloves, Muslins, &o. &o,
A nice nnd compl e te assortment of ,
MW & BOY'S CLOTHING.
Boots c&3 Shoes.
A full line of nil kinds of NOTIONS.
I will riot he undersold by any House in this'marlct.
Oct. 10, 18U71y E. D. DODGE.
HNTotlco.
ALL persons are hereby warned not to trustem
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ALEXANDER 1I0LAR.
Allensville, Ohio, October II, 18H7 .In
J. LILLIEIISIDGE,
FASHIONABLE TAILOE,
One Boor East San. Will Oro's Store,
NL ortb,ur.03ilo.
TIMES OF HOLDING
COURTS
In the Seventh Judicial District
of Ohio, for the Year 1808.
The State of Ohio, j
" Vinton County, j
I GEORGE LAN I i!, Clerk of tho Cou i t of Common
Pleas, within and for said County andH jtlo
aforesaid, do hereby certify that the IVill o inn order
Is truly taken and or
of said Court, to wit!
is truly taken and correctly cop ed from the Journal
ORDERED, That tho Common Pleas and District
Courts of (he sever? I Counties of the Poveuth Ju
dicial, District of Ohio, for the ycur.lSUS, be fiicd
AS fellows:
DISTRICT COURTS.
Washington, April 9;
Meigs, April VA;
Gallia, April 17;
Lawreneo, April 20;
Scioto, April 2'i;
Pike, -April 27;
Pony, September 1;
Fairfield, September 3;
Hocking. September 7;
AtheiiH, September 10;
Vinton, September 14;
Jackson, September" 17.
COMMON PLEAS COURTS.
'iV Subdivision.
Perry, February 11, May 12, Oeto
lor 6.
Fairfield, February 18, May 10, Oc
tober 13.
Hocking, March 9, Juno S, Novem
ber 2.
Second Subdivision.
Lawrence, February 11, May
12.
September, zv.
r 1 .. . ' V '
Scioto, March 10, Juno 2, Novem
ber 10.
Vinton, March 10, June 16, Novem
ber 17.
Jackson, February 25, May 25, Oc
tober 13.
Pike, Eebruary 4, May 4, Septem
ber 22.
Third Subdivition.
Gallia, February 7, May 1, Septem
ber 25.
Meigs, February 17, May 11, Octo
ber 5.
Washington, March 2, May 25, Oc
tober 19, . ;
Athens, March 23, Juno 15, Novem
ber 9.
JOHN P, PLVLE7,
SILAS H. WRIGHT,
E. A. GUTHRIE,
W. W. JOHNSON,
. . m . a.m. '
Judges Tth
Judicial
District of
Ohio.
oppiernoer.irj, toti
In Testimony Whereof, 1 have hereunto subscriherl
my inline anil affixed the seal of said
L. B. Court, at MeArthur, this 2Blh day of Oo-tutii-r,
A. D. I8117.
GEORGE LANIZ. Clerk.
Octber 31, 1867-4W
Gifts for Christmas acd New
Years.
A Superb Stock of Fine Gold nnd Sil ver
Watches, all warranted to run, and thor
oughly Regulated, at the low prioe of $10
Each, and eatisfactiou Guaranteed.
100 Solid Gold Huu'g Watches $2.10 to $1,000
100 MagioCased Gold watches, 200 to
500
300
800
250
200
250
ISO
330
250
75
100
60
100 Ladies Watches, enameled, 100 to
200 Gold Hun'g Chron'er W'hee,250 lo
200 Gold Hunting ling. Levers, 200 to
300 Gold do Duplex Watchee, 150 to
300 Gold do Am'can Wat'hee, 100 to
500 Silver Hunting Levers, CO to
600 Silver Hunting Duplexes, 75 to
600 Gold Ladies Watoheg 60 to
000 Gold Hunting Lepinei ' 60 to
1.000 Miscellaneous Sil'r Wat'hs 50 tat
2,500 Hunting Silver Watohes 25 to
6.000 Assorted Wa'hes, all kinds 10 to
75
The above stnok will be disposed of on the Popu.
Ur Ono-l'rice Finn, giving every patron a fine Gold
or So lid Silver Watch for Siu, without rrgard to
valuet
Wright Bro. & Co., 161 Broadway, Nev Yorlr,
wish to immediately dispose of the. nbuvo
magnificent Stock. Certificates, naming tkv arti
cle, are placed in scaled envelopes, and well hi soil
Holder are entitled to the articles named (ii their
certificates upon payment of Ten Dollars, vrWlier.
lie a Watch worth $1,000 or one worthier;, TI10
return of any of our certificates entitles you tk the
artiel.ee named unoii the pnymont, irresnectilc ,,f
its worth, and as no article valued loss, than f 11 1.1
mimed on any certificate, it will at once no Wt n
thutthw is j 1
No Lottery, but a straightforward, legitimate,
transaction, which may be participated in
even by the most fastidious I
A single certificate will be sent by mail, post pni.l.
upon rtueipt of ii cents, 5 for tl, if for ti, :U anil au'
elegant premium for $ i, ou and more vuluahlo pre
mium for ltd, and IW and m,ost superb watch fortl'i.'
To Agenf, or those wishing employment, this is a
rare opportunity. It Is a legitimately conducted bus
iness, duly authorised by the Government, end opca
to the most careful scrutiny. Try ubI
WRIGHT, BRO. .j- CO., Importers, '
42-3m 101 Enadway, Areu York

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