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M'ARTH Uil, VISION
0 UNTV, OHIO: THURSDAY OCTOBER 8, 1SGS.
f1.60 PER YEAR,
The following is the ojiitial
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vofe of the sevenil toWiiiljips
of Vinton county for $u
rvna Judge,' inl8(7:
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' Hie Kadiealfl cm'icd, foav
iowitslilps by 131 majoritj,
V, and' the' Democrats carried
j. ,t ciglit to n hips by 4G3 hiii
jority. The' people of 1liis
i ; r comity voted, i also, 1 on ;lhc
f"". "question of
; NEGRO SUFFRAGE,
' ; ' and " decided ' that Kegrocs
: ' hould not vote., liold ofiicp,
" iton juric., aud that ncgi-o
children should not attend
i- ivhite scliooli V w ith ..while
clilldreutlio following bciiiy
:!; uuinbcr of votes cast ' for ainl
against the liLACK ,
tlon, which the ., liadical leal
' and ai-istocrats in Ohio
i'orced njKni the white rm'n.
"Women, and children of
I'iii- Si'uro JttttiktA XnJ. fur MiiJ.iin.
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miliJll. Irn'j P4"m ivPllril
J-IIIIIU'M". tJIfllT-c. MIIIIO'i
r.ik t. i
' UanU m
. Minnie r
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. It will be seen by tin above
'A liarurcs th;it only - one town
ship Swan decided that
igworant negroe'd Khoiild Ie
cmSr iiu-hicd tli at intelligent
. white men should he dislran
, clvsd, and that tli negroes
1ixul(i jK)ld oflice, sit on ju-
vlr, &e, and that negi'O' chil
, lrcn .. hhould adend. schools
with white children."'
( J I
JiW-4li-iOrin wen vemcinVr
; that : tlio linmcuaa, ' .Jffrtiht ' debt'
."i ... i.vliicl ItiiTd been jiilod tip by ,tlio
... Hiftim! prnr, ' n-nit flie Interest.
,., ., ';, ..; uit?Nt l'e iwiwl out of ilic earnings of
iu tlie InliDi'ins miwucs. ' Official ft:itb
'"" incuts filiotr flint FcJeini delttj
,.Jv . miiieo tW of llio wnr, litis Tiecii
. .: . ... r,n(.renW(it)T."Mw?in'frf'Z rtZ Vy
i'. . I.m i .-. w9li4k " iluJlurs, ' and Urat in the
. ViM. mmitli it linn -hnon- Incrcascil
'I' 1 "twelve (millions nf dollars in awjiison
...J' j i!." .of profound peace, notwUtistaTutin;;
i. .w. . . the people in tii e met tiirou j-envo
;r :: ''- 1iave n.i"nl, . $l,nfto,poo,ono inlo.'Hio
iiatwiial trenstiry. Jict tlio tnx pay-!
' r -Tomembor tlint- wery; Hollar, of:
1,1 A. r.rCUl money eameVtff onrifuifjn of
tiie jienple,"' and tliat a large portion
tiwarld linying tlio puuiic fli-bt, ui.-
ftcail of 5x.'i (wjnanilored nprm
ecdmen slsureiiu and nncnnHtita-
tioiial and impracticable sebcines of,
, . reconiurtiction. let it m reinm-1
. bered, that the system of taxation
' Adopted by tlio . ffailionl Oonjriwsiw
,; . TOoro gtvoro on thellabor'ng i.lnssc.
;.; , . tho fartner, fbe niecliamo and mer-,
;'" chant, than upon tho 1'ich capitalist
. . and the niannfactnror,' for .every
. ".article s.od to feed, clothe, and n-
i,, tain their families aro taxed to pay
iw''.' I, ''the' Interest m tbe piiblie debt and
tV-iV ' meet the exboi'bitiint demands .of
, ' the Govern men L Lc,ttlio worlcing
.ftMiM JiAeh romember tKiAtlichnly pcauo.'
" fit! remedy is in exchange ot rulers
. :rby . tbe omnipotent pnwer of the'
;V-,'lo0ple tbroTigh tae ballot box.
, ,.; BUy, meo of Vht ever prty, next
'." r TrlJay, unit Kilo t a annCii dieeamion
1 fta nme now fcfor. th people, toy
'V Cha J-ocatoi of tie. Demooralio poViuy
Oiat wTTl perp8titt" t Qovcrament o f the
FMTim,' , WMU Mi' '.'Oircrninnt
toIIoj tli.t opposes tlie enorniom frobibi
',"''tory T iff robbery of tho Rilict Con.
- .i grr w1iieh tWrkkM th, New Eng'.nJ
-TiplUl!ile-'"tl ifcii cireon ot tli "Xletf-r-..I',
' polioy that denatuli qual laiation, ftn
Qreenbacki for the' Condholder a well ai
tbv Plowbolder. Tarn out! Torn nl1 1 11
What the Soldiers Say.
' Since the close of thovwarj the
' 'goldicrs rotarning to their homos,
-in tbo quiet and peaceful pursuits
l .' of their ordinary and usual advoca
tions, havo been thinking ccriouely
" about matters and tbinM. Ono of
.." ,' thorn writes to tbo Springfiold (HI.)
an toiiows : . ,t
BACK PAY DUE TO SOLDIERS.
Tie goTernment promiaeil to pay tlie
c... ... r. 1. 1 I
'., . paid ila eoMieri Id gold and eilftr, and be
t.i uDilerMood thai no waa to reeelvo f 13 In
.'" oia. Bat tho Repablleaa Congreei mad
' - . ' Mm lake creenbaeki IniiLead, whioh. hen
t 'W.'i ; ??0 aniouoUd to Juet $5 in
' cold. 8 there Ii yet due the prWato eol
'. "". dier fS 25 Pr month?. WhaUay tho Bad-
.i i ' ioala, tboM fensitife, vatchrul guardiane
" ot ftatlonal oredot, about thU bach pay?
' earns bow. w demand our pay, Aadif it
... la not atkiuc too much, irbr, latoardUa
bled comradei bo exempt from taxation;
for tbo oltiful nension that yon allow them
' Via aoaroely nouj?h to pay the rotenn taxes
en tho ihoddy domes they wear. ;ome,
aeillo up with ai, and then we will con
- ' oiJcr jour ptopoiit ion to donate f 800,000,
, 1 im Vintow Coamy Ctral ComiifitU
will pifwnt nico Flag to tho Domoorala
of (he Townalilp maViog tbo Inrgest gain
(m proporuoa (o tho aaibcr f tites)
wr the te aet for the 8oU ,',tiokt, in 1
1HC7.' ' Wo hope TbO Democrali in. every
township in tbo county wll! go (a VorV
aowaaJ eoaiiniM to labor until tlio polio
.o on (be' erening of ,tb lath. One of
lite twelvo townehipt will surely 'rc'We
tbo Flap." ' :l
Keep it Before the People.
Keep it before the. people' that
over fifteen hundred millions of do!-;
tars huve been collected by the Uni
ted Slates Government, in tlionbape
of tuxes, since the close of the., war,
not ono cent of which wont, tuward
defve:ising tho National debt. : ; .
. Keep it before tlio people'. that
this immense sum' of money' has
been taken out-of tho oockets of
,por JaUiriug jueu, furmerx, mer
cliniits and ineciKintfand convcrt
vl by siiwiudlijig(Jjiigrvsii mid cor
rupt Govcrumcnt ofliciiils, to their
own ue. . " ; .': ... . ,
Keep it before tho people that
trrcat portion of tliee $l,5WI,000
liiia have gone to1 support a groat
negro1 board in i fcowtm, called the
Krcedmcii'. lJiru!, aivd snppor4 a
standing army it the South, in or'
dcriltut tlicy may huvo ncgi'ondg
es, negro liCgislaturai, and a w hole
sale negro tioverinueut. . ' " , Ti.
Kiyp it : beCre the jicojdo, that
iwlSI wns of dolja, taken from ; the
jHickets of the: while lax payers Of
JTortit, Iitivo already, been ct'joiidcil
for the maintenance of a jrraud sva-.
4jt'f jm'erVm, bliick pauperism j
ana Unit ivjngivss has voted to con
tinue fhe ktivpendouai'uuberyuotb.
er year ..- ...'., ..,.',
Keeji it before Hie people that
(Jrant sayS ,"io' .'wants pence, ' and
.yet. bo ' iiMToraco all the opp:!;rc
'tind usurping icts of 'a lxigus rump
Congress, and who will, if.. -elected,
(which iod fiirhid) absolute
Dictator of the land. 1 ; ' 1 ; .:, j
Kcei)it before the people that tlii)
only way to throw olf our present
rppi'cssiro bMavleiw,', w to rote for
niv!) Ii.. every olfice,' from Presi
dent 4!wn,"'Avlio, are opposed to
those oatraweiuis swindlers. n
Koei it Wforo the ; peonlo that if
they wish t,o ljaluta5n tbe i Govern
ment uiiiiie by or fathers, and, the
right ofMlfe libottyan'd tlio .pur
suit of hitppiness,1' they niust vote
tor .Scvr.-.our and Hlair. 1 1 ,
Don't Pay any Taxes.
, bomOof ;tLo Jiadical stunipcrB
who have thus far kept out of the
way of tho . "fool killer,'" twe still
deceiving themselves ' with the be
lief that lh. people', can be hood
winked by behlg'told that the poor
nfan pays no tuxes. The Jndian-
hpalls' .S't iitii' ' in. commenting' 'on
an assertion of that kind, says
.' We would like innio' of ihe gentle
men lo tell us who pidd tlnr K'.2,.90,i!l;0
in fold, levied and eoTleotcd upon Ijp0rts
iurms lee Inst fiscal year.'' Does (he pool
hinti ' oifie, no owgar, tm tea, no
sail, no eotto. oa'leo and. woolen cloths
loUtbe Lima If, his wile aud his cliilc'ien ;
or do these it uioal oratnro mink tJiat thu
poor, intn gl without ftod ih1 clothing,
and allow til-ir children lo go about naked?
In (lie good ikl time of Demncracy, colli 8
was bought at twelve and a -halt oen
and the pift4 of eoffee now is (be Amount
(Very poor ran pays to the.Qovernineni,
4ta., on every pouau, or ci-flae he ana bis
latauy contii ). : Aid so C tea. eazar
aitlty and in. ed all ;Uio aeoessaries of U5e
whioh are in ported. Kvety eup of tea ig
taxed, ov'). spoonful of s'uar Is taxed ;
svery poa in oi s:i( is taxed, every aore
of olothei Hpan the back.' of the sK-est
man Ihat'.iwds Is taxed,,, and the gran J
aggregate of iheao taxe amounts in one
ear to tbo enormous, amount of m liun-
imi and titty thru millimtt of tlulUr m
gold! Anuyot iba inub-nosedr' oodnsb
aristocrat or rwateansm lots nneir beads
ilisdainfully at the idea that tjie poor man
is laxea. , ''
Again, wbo paid Ike, SjsOOG0 9)9 In
eurreoey levied upon- borne Industry, and
received into tbo federal Treasmy during
lb lat (scot yenrT Ioea tires fellews
not know that tvbry time a poor man bnve
even a oox or matobes. ko pays a oont lo
the Government? And so. almost every
thing mat, a la ootnpelled to purcbase.
Ifour deeds and your mortgages, voui
notes .and your reoeipta aro taxed' The
glass of beer that the poor man drinks lo
refresh tited nature at tiro end of a bard
day' work is taxed, lik the rich man's1
win. Th medicine bo pvrohasts for his
children is taxed. .The knives and folks
and spoons and plates that he uses at bis
meals are taxed. A taxed doctor waits
upon biro in iekaas, and makes him pay
the amount of taxes the Uovernment levies
upon bis profession. Of t, truth wO are
a taxed nation. "As Sidney Smith said Of
England, so it may be said of us nnder
Radical rule, that from the twaddling
olotbcs of tho new born babe lo the rope
that lowers us into the grave, aye to the
spade that throws tholast lump of din
upon our mortal remains all, alt are tax .
ed. - And yet the' Radical loaders would
hava lb people believe that the poor man
is not taxed that those alone who pay
th inoom tax are taxed, when really the
inoome tax ia but ft mere drop In. the
buck, to the '.onofmoiol tates. ool loci d
from' other ' sonroet. The people are too
well posted' on this question they feel to
deeply tho bead or the tax-gatherer to
be humbugged by tho silly sophistries with
which tbo Radical leaders are living ,to
mislead and deceive them, :
Warm Meals at all Hours.
.Mr. Jo Ldoa would Inform lb public
that he has fitted up la the best of style
an Eating ITouirf,. opposite tho Ealer
tiouae," where ho. will servo up Warm
Meal at all hours, on twenty minutes no
tion. .Those who wish Fresh Oysters,
Ham and Kgga, Hot Coffe and Tea, Beer
Steak, and everything elso to bo found In
th market that Is kept In am Eating
Bouse.' You should give Jon a call, a
you oanH th verybest of Tryiliing to
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Of the Democratic
to the Democratic
Vinton County on
Vinton County on the Matter of
, .A rxw mare i'ys of earnest energrtic
work and the campaign trill' be over.---
T.ie Democracy of Yluton have fought it
th nerve and pluck, and ability, and
victory is within their grasp. They have
made it RED JJOT, and have well de
served tbo thanks and praise of ihe Cuia
mittee For. their efficient co-operation in
every step of th great contest. But there
ll, work ye to, be done Our ', opponents,
knowing full well (hat . JJier .liavo no
eh tare i4 success agalnt the "trno an I
tricj" of little Vinton, nre straining ov-
cry nerve ta induce eeitaia Democrats t
desert their eolorb, and prove themselves.
recreant to Ihcir party. IVy aro u.iug
every ort and npplianre it induce Demo.
orate to rmfch the ticket, nd tl-JB prove
KieniseWes snfuidifiil to their' party, and
Its standard bearers. " i:
One word to any Democrat who has
even thought of eraslmg any name which
has been place I upon his ticket, by a Con-
vci.t'on of his party, and' lo any one who
basso far forgotten bit duty as a mem
ber of the Demeorntio organ'xition, as to
IhluV of voting for any member f th op
posit parly, and thus eonlribnting to de
feat Iho nominees of his oa. Yhat rca
soa n be -Iven for such a suicidal
,coorBo t Can ny pue Dcwocrnt,' worth)'
of tho name, Justify such an aclT Does he
place It tjpon the ground of persoaaf feel
in j, and that a vote Air or against a wem-
inei for a counly office, , will matter little
or nothing lo bls'paity? If there bo any
B'ich, wc ask huu lo look at. the matter c
this light. As a n e iber of lite Democrat
ic organic it ion he his the right and priv
liege of reftrsetitin.j it in convention, of
appearing bebe dt s a .. candidate,- dr
voting for ft. man of kil choice. "TM
right and- priv KgB-' belongs l him as, a
Iicmocrst, and only, beeatiie lie Is ft Deni
oorat." The Convention reprettnti hfo'fartg.
and Ui action ttJlccU tt Kill lUe, me,ti
pl.toed in nuininalion are the choice of tlio
convintitn, d of the party,' and has it
not the richt to demand the, support of
every', individual member?,,' Th . par'y
-that is yon and .ns, and every Demo
cratplaces iis banner in the lunds of
Ihe men upon 'bo ticki-1, and are we not
all iu duly bouud lo rui'y to their support?
By- ser'bing any asme, or folmg
against any candidato n tha iiek?t, yo
dfcelarejtbat the wJ.U.ef your party shall
not govirn la Ihe seloction of nominees
that you will give your aid lo allow the
opposite parly the prestige of . violory;
and that ifjou, or any friend should ever
ba placed in nomination, democrats would
be juitified in votln?, ohd t'irowing the
whole weight of Ibeir , inlluono against
y.iuj and (hurtoguin-it the p rty you rep
resent'. , ." '.'''"," ' '.',',, .
. So much for right and du y, and now
as to than rjffet' upon' lie ptrtj tt seio
CPUMO, ... ) '!..! . I
i , ButtO'e one or . two of the candidates
who npnsent Racic'al mi rule aud iyr
anny' should by your vote, and aid, or .by
your refusal to vote your entire ticket, be
elected, lo oflbe They can hot, it is true
carry 4ht' the policy ' of their parly, but
this will be the result,. , Doth parties will
claim fie victory.' (t will'adi slieugth
and spirit to the Radical pranintion.
The Aiating vote tiat, oa!urlly drifts lo
tlie stronger side will be divided between
n Instead of being all our owi.; ..It, wi!j
give them coumgi anj coafideno for the
next . fight. . U, will add materially
their strength, while it will detraot from
out own.; l'arly discipline ana organixa
I .' k.... t
tion will be lost under such a, policy, and
we will beoomo a straggling aray.'peady
to bs whipped in every battle.
Can lending aid te bring about snoh ro-
suit be jintified on the ground of dislike
to a candidate on yoar own' ticket,) and
personal friendship towards his opponent
Remember it is not the man asking jour
suffrage, for himself, but yur part de
manding that you be trn to its standard
bearers.' You cannot rote againat, or re
fuse lo vote for, a man on', your ' ticket
without itrikiog a blow against your par
tywithout giving aid and oonfort te the
ehemyl '', '. -.".t-' ' .'-I t i,, ; ' '
. Let ni aland shoulder to shoulder in the
fight, and with rank unbroken meet and
defeat the common enemy.', Lot ua thii
fall strike a blow that, wi 1 crash forev
er the Radical organisation In this coub
ty.:'' Let every man do his duly-rvot an
un-rafcn. jDoc ratc' iicjcU -(-b true to
bimbelf, his country and hit part jv'a'nd
an overwhelming victory will crown our
united efforts. ' .-. l -
DEM. CEN COM. OF VINTON CO.
Dress Yourself for a Little money.
If yon want the most' fashionable suit'
of Ready-maJ olothiog, or a fine' pair
boots, or the latest style of . hat, just, (tail
at the well known firm of O. Down St Bos.
Large lot just from the Eastern market-'
purchesed very low at wholesale, and, sold
at extremely lew figures just the' place
to go for nice goods! ;j,'; ' r, ; :'.; ';..''.',-
rv I , i'-tj 'lw.- ' t'iil!
Proceedings of a Fenlan Meeting
held at Columbus
COLUMBUS, April 11, 1868
Editob VksrK'aji iStaxdaiii):
'.Thinking yUi would lik-e to bear
from the "Capitol of our Stato and
ttielddings therein, I .lure-concluded,
to give yon; brief. yntpsia' of
sotnj of the proceedings, ., ., , ,..
On the 9th of the present mouth.
Oeii. Jo'.iu' D'Xeah, . commflnder-ln-Chief
of the Fonian -, J'i'othei'bood,
accompanied by Mr. IJtbbon, . the
Vice f resident ot thof Assotin4ion,
nrrivcd"'iw tho city the Hall of
Hon.resuntatives having been 'pre
viously granted theiii for the pur
pose of holding tlio meeting. At 8
o'clock, A.M. the' mctling was call
ed, to order by,, I on- IX J,' Callen,
unit upon whoKj'trioUtin, Hon. John,
t'rrrtti-lr-TVjrr Jailed to "the Chair,
md L. Curtis appointed Secretary.
connnilt'To was then appointed to
ii'.nt urt m : ufr tl1l-Jl1.' i.-ii lAhuiLtt iti ir
n'i'i t lii ev,a rtj vviiniimiii
of.Jlossrs.. jftuttcr,, Claneey, Callen,
W n Isli and Hardy. Tho commit
tee performed their diity, and Mr.
G'allua in iutroduging Gen O'Neal.
said; , , i ,.. . t s ,. . ..
Mit. Cm a i a. max : TUc committee
appOiutcd by you to Wait rpm tho
distinguished 'rcnth'Uieit have ner-
foriued their duty, and now, have
the. honor of introducing to you
(reiV. John O'Neal, .Commander-in-Chief
of the Irish Patriot Army, and
James Gibbon, Vice President of
tho r eninu jinjt.icrhood, men who
have rowed - to right tlio' wrongs
of dowu trodden Ireland, and are
now preparing to throw off the
Untisu yoke that Has oppressed
them and their fathers for centur
ies; "'Determined that tho "Green
l,Iag"iof Erin shall float ia triumph
over a redeemed, ' regenerated and
free people, when tlio bhxjd-stained
cross is trailed in tlio dust.
Tho gcntlenipn were enthusiastic-
Mil)' received, ud were escorted to
the Speiikcr.s stand, 'where they
were "introduced by . the President.
Gen. O .v'eat returned, thanks lor
tho splondid . reception given him,
and thanked the members of the
ouso of '.Represeivtatives ui" tho
use of the) .Mil. io then proceed
ed lo state the cause, of his mission,
and dwelt at .great length upon the
minstictf ot J'.nglands opiiression
and tyranny th jjoopk'f Ire
laud,',; , ,' "' ,v
Mr. Gibbon ws next introduced,
and swko of .the intention of tlie
uion compobtpg tl;o oraiiBation,
and called upon his, couatrymca in
America for .'nid rrr perforniiirg the
work ' before tueinr- JMi'. r nnerty,
of New York, was liitroducod,
.nid, ..delivered'; a . most .elo
quent uppoid to his comitrymou for
assistance in the coiaing struggle.
Mr. CuHeOfffas loudly called for,
and threw in ono ef his red hot, oll-
liaitl spjcehcs wtiich was vocifer-
ou.-ly iipplaudud.' " ' '
The Rugged Issue—honest men
The ' Washing! on Vijett pnhlishes
Ions list of r.omes, among which nre
Grant, Tteveni, ?umnr, Wade, Sohon. k,
Bherinan, dpraiue an 1 other Hiinilar lead
ing lights of "itepnbli.-tifiif in." whose ag
ureeaie wealth ' is $7"J4,(lC0,fuO I .01
course, in "this list ho included ihe notori
ous ' Least Umler," whes fortnue wai ac
0,'iirei', the Piyqif, says, by ' Spooog , and
Platf" The wealth uf these patriots be
tVro tho iuvn.in of tha t'fiulh was $1,027
000. ' Ti" Oitt't tl'tn goes on to say:
. ''They ooiiimeuced the Itadical war wiih
millions of dollnrs. . They bav run lbs
Oovermuent into a debt of twotbeusnnd
six biir.drel millions of. dollars, and have
pic ed for H 'mselves over IbSTSBNbN
UU.NUIttD HIC'.ION DOLLARS! which
they hide from taxation, and diman 1 pay
ncnt of principal , and interest iu gold
from it taxed and overburdened people.
"M.iy God in His mercy soon deliver
io peopl from suo'i rulorsf
Did Yen Ever Think.
Dili you ever (bink, ' my fellow reader,
what Itadicalism has done for us in Ihe
way of money? Did you ever think of
how they loek tire "money, that jingles"
oat of' ymir poAelg and placed in its
stead a ragged, filthy, pnpet abomination?
Did you ever lliinxor how liter nave ruin
ed and doalroyei the cunencr of this
country?. Gold and silver are no longer a
currency Its value having been increas
ed it ii new only a article of barter and
sale. Men w. all by iren deal In it and
speculate upon its rluciluation? as onr tn.J
era upon their wares and stock.. X some
thing that w once In every poor man
Dockets has been romovej antt bo cam
now ouly iiossess It by 4;i it. This
poor men, is one of the blessings of Badi
cal rule? . This ts one of the "laxuries"
of ttadieal administration, ..Thjj is one of
the , beauties er ,,tailical. fiaanoionng.
Poor mem think of . this, . Bccollcot (he
davs of hard money, and vote for a party
Ibal is noted as a' "tnetalio eirrency par
ty." , Vote i the Demooratio .tioket and
place the Democratie party in power, and
what yon now have lo buy will return to
your pnekatsead fill Ihe places now seen
pied by a debase' and ' worihles currency,
e hioh rich men. refuse to tak.
i, ; ,i ... ,m, 1 :
i lii picH. Messrs. 8, H, Burr A Po. have now
in pres and will soon issue a new ' work
entitled Svhswidb l En mow, In New York, by
MavhkW Hai.s Smith. this'.wOrk will 'fontnin
oor lOOocrWvo pages, bound In oth, sprinkled
edges, and rurnished at three dollars; with gilt
wlges, .K). 'The contents of tlio work ia varied
commencing Willi. 1st. The City of New York;
id, High Lire in New York ; 3d, Wall Street, tth
Alexander T. Btewart, Shoddy 'Pftrty, Shop Bu
iness. Bowery, Five Points, Dlnek Mailmg.
(lamblinx, Frautloal Jokes, ac, e ever one
hundred inlorcsdng subjects. From some oflh
uneciiuea pages we have ncoired, the work
must be interesting to every claai of reacarr
This work will be old by subacnptMn only.
Agema wanteti la CTrrj town and county la can
for It. For terms address J. B. BUKB Co.,
. WAsylrtmSt.; Hartford, Conn. . . ;"
l')-' -'' 'mi i ..Mi, i ,.r
Go to; the election
earli ! Vote for a
The ' Eadicals last Fall, iu Elk,
had a majority of about 21 : on tic
State ticket, and '' Negro .Suffrage
was defeated, by 2 ' pmjority. lift
the Democrats and Conservative
republicans inake a grand rally on
Tuesday next,, and step tho drain
ing from your pockeLs of tho last
cent, to pay gold interest to bond'
holders. Work! Work! Vote the
wholo the ticket and bo happy 1
Tho gallant Democraey and Con
servntives of Swan 'cast 77 votes
and the Hads cast' ICS votes for the
State ticket and 157 votes to elevate
tho nigger . Let tho Democrats
rally to the polls next Tuesdtiy and
increase their vote to 85 against tho
heavy and unequal taxation 1 Don't
trado votes or scratch a ticket!
The Demoerney were defeated
old Jackson by;10 majority, and
Negro Suffrage was gloriously do.
feated by 10 msioritT. is the
time for the noble Democrats to ral
ly for tho interests of tho poor white
men. Be snre that those in faror of
high taxes do not gain on that
majority! Voto tho wholo ticket!
We hope little Knox will redeem
herself on Tuesday next. The De
mocracy were only beaten 3 votes,
and tho negro equality question was
buried by 7 . majority. Let oor
friendsr Holdrcn, Bell, Stanley,' and
other true Democrats, . give one
strong and long pull and all will be
right! Ltt iwwr men voto to re
duce tho priees of Ike necessaries uf
ifo! "Work hard!
Gloriomis yld ltichtnndl ' No won
der tkei'ads hate to hear tho words,
'South Ciuxtlina." She rolled up
113 majority last Fall against the
wiekod Ttads th greatest mnymty
ever given thercl Tlio Democrats
aro wklo nwako there, and wo hopo
they will bring iu a'ninj'ority of 150
on theJiight of tho llUhl Scratch
no tickets! : Look "out for bogus
tickets! ' !1
This tow nidi ip done nobly last
Fall 28 Democratic majority ! We
hopo the good Jovcrsof true princi
ples will brijjg bs 30 this time. Work
haTd till the polls close I Get . out
every man! Vote early. 1
Let Vinton giro us at least a gain
of 1 this linvo 91 last year was fint
Vinton and Swan were even last
Fall. Let her offset Swan tigniot
Itally from tho bills, and gather
from the plains, Plowfcoldcrs of
Vinton, and help put down the dis
tressing Bystcm of taxation I Work!
Well did tho American and Irish
voters of Wilkcsville do'last Fall
2(5 majority against Know , Nothing
Radicalism! Let' them come in
with tit least 33 next Tuesday night.
Let every man in tho township go
and voto to pay tho bonds In green
backs and subject them to Ihoir just
share of taxation! XeVer scratch
trado. Get your .Republican ncighbor
to voto for a change ! ' :
In camo Brown last Fall with 44
majority, greatly surprising every
body ! Dcmecrats work from. 'now
till tho polls close,-and aeo if yen
can't send us 50 this year against
the higher tax on what they eat
aud wear! ' ' ' .' "' " ' " ''
Who looked for CO majority from
Clinton last year? That was a groat
majority; aud, we bbpo that it vil
be increased to 80 this year! , Let
every Democrat work for his conn-
try and tor his own Interests. Now
is the limo to ,work for a glorious
changet ' ' . ' ', ': '
JZurrab. for Kaglo 1 . Thcro was
majority of 42 sent in last fall.
Let her sond us majorty of 45 next
Tuesday night ! Let. every Demo
crat and Conservative : go early
polls and work all day. - Vote the
clean white ticket without a scratch
Covered horsolf alt over with glory
last Fall., A majority of '20 came
booming in. Let tho good and faith
ful loaders double the majority next
Tuesday! . Watch for counterfeit
tickets; watch all the tricks ot the
wicked IJads. Let the hard work
ing railroad men, furnace laborers,
ore Jjggcn. coal diggers, tarmers,
and all oilers,, go and vote iu hot
haste U change the terriblo high
prices f all they eat, drink and,
The leaders of tlie Black and Tan Rad-ic-.J
party , in litis counly suoeeedeJ in
getting a few hundred men, wornew, )
ohildrew to pay M-Art liar visit Uel
Monday. Ihnlredsof posters wore issu
od, aod large advertisements appeared tn
ihair blaolt and tan paper for several days
before the meeting, telling th people of
the great things to be done ''on Monday
the 5tlr" . Hundreds and hundreds of dol
lars were spent la gotliog up what Ihey
called ' Iho largett. number f torelies and
grandest exhibition of fire works ever wit
nessed in'.M Arthur! TJiey had five Iran
Furnaces stopped, and hvred teams at $1
per day to bring the men, women and
oliildrcn Oeitocr.its and Rf nblioaos 4o
the'r "grandest exhibitiou." Jiey dene
fieir mightiest to get up a. crowd and
and Ihey bad a few hundreds. Not one
of their big' speakers thou jlit e e ih of
the dying taxation ptif is come, except
lion. J. VT. : FiTzoisa.iLD, H. rl. Voxdav
was present and talked awhile, but as Ibr
hundred had gathered to Ixav asea new
and big speakers, they were sadly dis
pleased with that kind of fo.lery. Had
there been good speakers to address them,
all would have remained quiet, but Ihey
left in droves for ibe street, where there
was a great deal of quarreling, swearing
hnrrahing and f'hting. Now, w bar
ften read in Radioal paper that all
thos. belonging to the loyal parly are
"sober," "moral," &o , but w think ibe
htwief eofcriety and morality m'ist hi ve
bees repealed or set aside 14 1 Monday.
dome f the atoat viokel onei tried bard
io got a em o fighting sal sp!lting each
ether's blood. What rhey announced in
their pesters and paper as the "grandest
exhibition." waft really in fact, adisjrao'do
onr county. The people eame to hear At
torney General West, whs was announc
ed to address, (hem,) tell wby the public
debt ha increased over ono hundred and
ifly eiilliews of dollar! in three years ol
rrofovad weace;why one tuir J of all tn
attic ppeporty oi ui pountry jooa'is lor
ioelaaee)goee exeavpt from lamion, and
tbeewnere draw goll iatereet wYile the
m -n who were called (by these leader in
their paper and . pos'em) "fiom theTr
farms, weikfiops, oeal bants, -ere drifts
and furnaces" -yea the entire laboring
class are compelled lo work day after
day: to moke up the deficit; wby ten
State are forced to remain cut of the
Union, when there is not a single arm
ed soldier in those States opposing the
laws of lie cnuutry; wby Ihe ludioal
Congress (including IVilssx (lie present
member,) intends lo saddUe ihe national
debt upon Ihe oeewlry for all future ti
by ; entending the 5-20 bonds iO years
snd making them "payable iu gold; wby
there is -so much stealing and defaulting
toy Government of&olals ; why there i so
much enormous taxation ; why the piiees
of all the necessaries of life areeo high;
why there is a depreciated ettrrvwryj why
there is such a general stagnation ia bu
stages; and all about cany oilier things
and important maters tkat directly interret
ibe people. Edsdt said nothing about
these things. Who pays expenses for
getting up such demonstrations? How
much of tho $1,099 Wusox sent to tbe
Radical ' Central Committee of Vintcn
Counly was ueed to , pay expenses?
would have been a fin ida to nave ap
plied lbs money raised aid expended
Setting up last Monday's demonetratiorv
oward Ihe payment of the publie
which is so rapidly ':rasiag, er dir
trlbuted it In small sums amsag Ihe poor
wilows end "orphans ef this eonity.
Voters what dd you thiak ftbmt it ?
to the polls Tuesday and vole against
entire Radical ticket. , '
Filled to Overflowing.
Will, since it has been filled re eiWrlowIngwithi
the t nest and jrosX altnaativt
liialities ef goods ever .yet brtaghl to this
county, it really look beautiful every
shelf being full, and the eouulers nea.'.y
covered with mameath piles of calico, &0
Tho stetk la so txtvosiva that be ooou
pies another reoea Hdje.lnlng, ,bere
keeps : the fiuoet as-rortrant of Booth
8hec, Qaircra, So,, ever opened In ti
market. J. K. ' is selling an enormous
lot of Goods, because he i the eldest and
most experienced merchant in our coun
ty, aad nved a largo per cent by buying
of the manufacturers In Ihe East.
peoyle can leo that he oan easily nnder.
sell acy other House, besides supplying
them with better qualities of goods.
gD. there and get ' i-, ;.! ' i i-w
.O00.U that are ttaa, and goods that an rare;
Goods that are Tich aod good that will won
Ooals thai are chip, eta a.imlity gnot, '
Far IwUerdiaaelsewhans, that's wall imder
Stood t - .. ,v ;, k 1
Th Laud Wi Love, for October, tains
seventeen articles t ,1.1.
The leading article, the Battle of Haas
6eld, i well written, andof dlrrisg interest.
The other prose articles are, Chicago,
Danolng ; ander Shells, Gen. Le. at
Wilderness, Mary Ashburlon, Westminster
Abbey, The Pare , Mooocaux, ' Orcharda,
Our tife in Books,' Mabel, The Future
Toung Afrioa, Uaveraaek, Editorial
Book Notices. , , .t .... .
The . Poetry 1 b M. Bellamy, :
Alabama,, Henry. P.. Parr, of Memphis,
Teeu? &Q. '.;.'.,- 1 - i
This number compares favorably
the others of this most popular 8outhora
Magatine. ' Turns $1 per year. lished
by Gtn. D. U. Hiil, Cbwlotto, N.
Ameer the peasantries of Ibis cam
paign ia i l,e pita that weliave placed at (be
head of ihia aviieV. It is expressive.
At ihe close of this rSfiiMieu and du
ring (bo daiiuii'lraiion of Horatio t-'ey-mour.
die people will See more of peace,
harmony and prosperity Hi.h (bey baie
ri,'r,',) since -he democratie parly wei t
mcy win nee mere er me ixauiy locrw
is lo a dimecralie adniiaiefation -
Ste morai denioeratio eceoomy tn aa
ministralio end huoeety in expenditure
See more of re Irftielmeeil and reform ia
(bo niaoagement uf Ihe finances
ive mere of lie return io the gor (iaaee
anl prkee ami prosperity nf the vast
' Fte tiKte ot (lie Iwniet aod impartial
administration ef law
See mart at the liberty for (be perpe(a
tieuet which this Government was toua
ed. .' ..,
See more gold and eilver.
See more of ''the greateat good tar th
greatest number." , "
See more at a white man's Government.
But oo ef ,
The Union 1 . j
Aad the right of lb people
Than nre promised te (hem by Ihe ssaat.
enthusiastic adrocatee f Seymour's elect
ion. . .i
. Tlie people neel not fear te trnst dem
ocratie promises -
for they will See more realised than
can be promised. '-
They will Set mure of their iaierefe
guarded and tttclr rights maintained lho.il '
they will be prepared to realise.
See nure is a good word.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES!
Goods Bought Strictly for
DAN WILL & BROS, AGAINST ALL
Unquestionably and Indisputably
the Right and Only
Place in Vinton
to get the Latest Styles
of Good Goods!
of Good Goods! The best Selected Assortment Yet
brought ot this market!
The People Pleased and Rejoicing!
This stock line he a bought eieue tl..
laledeetiae.eioee atleCber MrArthnr taev
chaaie bought, nd at lesasmoa, and
prepared teeffer Micdi iadueemeale to iv
trade as never were Mreve in Ibis mar-
ktt. Thy fcave many Realities of good
thai, they oan sell, at tl price other
eaorckawt from line ecus ty paid iu the
Eastern marke'.st . Xew is Ihe time to se
cure the vxstef bvrgalns.
Tux great assortment of Good recently
purchased in the Eastern market by J
A. Fkitox of (hi town, Is just
ar.ivlng. It it a magniScent lot
far superior in style and quality to auy
ever brought to this mirkeil Every kind
of goods in use he selected and purchased
of the Eastern Manufacturers. Ma, Fat,
rtx's skill and experiaaee a a ntrehaiit
gives him great advantage ever eaost rf
merchants in the telectien ef and pur
chase of goods, beaaiis he kws justtt.-
style and qualities' Ihe people ef tb a
couuty want besides his good are '
ways tire best, and eeld at the Umini.
figures. Ttis present stock is far lower
see if the
out for that splendid (ock of Dr'ss
Dood aad Triamings, Cloaks, Shawls, Ac.
just arriving and being opened at lh
Store of O. Down & 80. All fresh from
the manufacturers; all of the most heuuii
ful styles; and at stub low prioes Run
and see them. - '
Come And See!
D. R. BaAi'a Pine Stock orNew floods
are just arriving.
A Live Democrat.
One of the most tfBeient worker in. I
Demoeraille parly of this County, ia Elij vu
ffawitcH ef1 Vinton Furnace. We ho; a
that Demoorals in all part of the eoun'.v
will imitate bis good example, and woik
as eanrestly and intelligently for Ibe suu
cess ef the entire Domecratio ticket. $ihU
men are hosts in themselves.