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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 2 August 1866

. '.1 frCBllSHKD EVEEY THURSDAY, BY ' WALLACE E. B BAT TON. At Bratton's Building, East of the - -1 j Court-House. 'TERMS OP- SUBSQJRIPTIOX. One year, ...... $1 CO "Elgbt months, 1 OO Tout months, ...... ! 00 Payment In advance In all cases. [THE following speeh is contributed by a member of the Opposition Party:] Demonstration in Washington. GEN. LOGAN'S SPEECH. Soldiers, read tho words of a great sold- ier and leader : . ' After referring to the fact that at the end of the war all the country was united in ' the demand that treason should be made odious and traitors punished, he proceeded AS follows : But how now Is It ? How changed is the scene to-day t The curtain hus been rais ,ed. and our eyes have been permitted to behold something most magnificent and grand. Instead of seeing treason made odious and traitors punished in this land .instead of seeing them on their knees to tills great Government, giving an humble ' submission to its laws, kissing the flag of 'the Republic, tha...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 2 August 1866

gfre Vinton $tttt&. WHITE MEN SHALL MLB AMEBIC A." ' XcAKTIUR, OHIO: THURSDAY. - - AUG., "2, 1806. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. [Election Day, Tuesday, Oct. 9, 1866.] For Secretary of State, B1LVJAMIN I.e FEVER, I , tof Sfce'.'ny County.' Fur Supreme Judge, UlUMAS M. KEY, ' of tiuuiiltuo County. r ,F-r Member Board of rublic Worts, WILLIAM LAUWILL, of achlnnd County. Democratic County Ticket. For Auditor, Dr. Henry C. More. For Treasurer, Henry Reynold. For Prolate Judge, lticbard Craij. Fur Cb rk of the Court of Common Fleas, George Lnntz, Fur Sherif, John J. Shocker. For Coroner, Dr. J. A. Monahon. For Commissioner, Thomas Mnce. "The Union Party." What's in a name ? somebody once asked Not much In the name at the head of this article but humbug. Sustain tlie Union Tarty and you must necessarily sustain the Union, is the idea of a few simple-hearted Individuals whose greenness U very re freshingvery. There arc others who suppose bless their unsophisticated souls ! that the name 'll...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 2 August 1866

'wltb chtap feo1utloos! The Feniauifcnow ' this. 01 why diuVt they write allfHigham or Pugh, or Pendleton, 01 Alexander H. Stephen , 10 iddreis their frest meeting at -Chicago, Instead of Intltuif Sen uyler Col hiAbt Speaker of the House of Re present ath?iTAh, the? knov who are and who are not the friends of freedom. They know that the party led br these great traitoK "Val." of Ohio and Alex. II. Stephens of Georgia are now, aa they have ever been opposed to the poor man rising to a politi- cal ami social level with the .wealthy. ' Tbiy know that the. great Union party is the parly that favora universal liberty, anil . they know, too, that if ever "the fair b-le o the ocean" rises o that plura among the natiousof the earth to vhsih the valor and patriotism of her sons would entitle her,' it will be done sgaiost am! over butternut opposition, and by and w ith the aid and sympathy or the grea t Union party that party that aaved the life of this Republic in spite of butternut oppositi...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 2 August 1866

Continued fiora first page 1 pired too toon a line might ex lend it; if power were lacking here or there a section would suihce. the object ot tne bill is ex plained by the eighth and ninth sections. They provide that to every tabe affecting the negro the President shall extend mili tary jurisdiction and protection, and thai if a State omer aniii enforce any law, cus tom or police regulation discriminating be tween a negro and a white man, in the en joyment of civil rights, he may be tried ond punished by any officer of the Bureau--ALi cases, whether civil or criminal, whether to punish lor crime or to enforce a contract, whether between two negroes or between a negro and white man mimtaut jurisdic tion and hiotectioii ! What is that?--Martial law aiid & drum head court-martial. The Constitution provides that no man, ne gro or white man, ftiall be arrested without a warrant, held without an indic'ment, tried wiihout a jury, he ihall have a speedy and public trial, hare counsel a...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 9 August 1866

TVi.XlCE B. BBATTQIT. ' aTBrrtton; BuiklUiftit of the bneyear, ....-..r $1 BO tight Bxwth, ... v.. 10O i'our onth, v. '.;...... v. .. CO Payment in advance In all cafes. , The Irish and the Negro---What the Radicals Think of Them. a Boms of the Abolitionists, and the sup porter! of the "Rutop." Congress, lu this county, are trying to creep out of the "ne gro suffrage dilemma. 'We are not In favor of negro suffrage oh.not-bufc ".. ' 1 , ' ' ;:; ' -But, What? ." . if 'Why, but but well, we think a negro has as go,d 0 right, aud is as fit to vote . ; ! 'Aswhrt . ' ' " ' VJVhy, as as well, as the low, ,degrud fd, Ignorant Irish, who come to tills' coun try la swarms, and always vote the "Dlm mlkraUc'5 ticket. .. : t Where are they t ' ; ; "Where ! why why In this comity, and everywhere.', . -'. What do they do f ' v (,"Do!r-do l why, they are the miners, colliers, teamsters, Ac they do the work at our big furnaces." Ain't tbey useful citizens I "Why ,-well useful ? Yes, in that way fhty...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 9 August 1866

( . VfllTE MEN SI1AH RtLB AMERICA." JlcARTUFR, OniO : THURSDAY, - - AUG., O, 180C. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. [Election Day, Tuesday, Oct. 9, 1866.] Ibr Secretary of State, GEN. BENJAMIN LcFlWER, of BhalUy County. For Sitjtremt Judge, THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton County. For Member Board of Public Works, WILLIAM LAKWILL, of Ashland County. Democratic County Ticket For Auditor, Dr. Ilcury C. Moore. For Treasurer, Henry Reynolds. For Frobate Judge, Klchartl Craig. Tot Clerk of the Court of Common Fleet, George Xante. For Sheriff, Jolm J. Shockey. For Coroner, Dr. J. A. Monahon. For Commissioner, Thomas Magee. A few Words to the "Rump" Correspondent of this Paper. We feel a kindly interest in the young gentleman, whoever he may be, who, over the signature of "Pro bono publico? wrote the "Rump" account of the proceedings ot the Democratic County Convention. We 6ay to him, that he is allowing himself to get into bad habits of thinking and writing. lie is doubtless we...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 9 August 1866

OfflelAl Organ o Vinton County. V -LOCAL; MATTERS. SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION ! ! WIBRIWS OFFICE, . r : " l . Vintn County, 0., 4ug. 9, 1S68; f 7a the. Qualified Electors tf. Vinton County: You are hereby notified (o meet at the usual pieces of holding elections, in the several town enips in Mid oonnty, for the State, District and County Officers, in accordance with the itatute in enoh ease p.ade and provided, pasted'April 1'J, lto3,oii , Tuesday, October 0, 1SGG, and proeeed to elect the following officers, to wit: i One Secretary of 6 late j One Supreme Judge; '' One Momber Board pt Publio Work; One Uepresentaiivein Congroaa, fi,r the Elov eath Congressional District, compoeed of the counties of Adami, Suloto, Lawrence, Gailla, Jackson and Viuton; One Judge of the Crnrt of Common Pleae, for the Second Sub Division of the Povouth Judicial District, composed of tho couutiw of Soioto, Lawrence, Pike . Jackson and Vinton; Ono Auditor for Vinton County; One Treasurer for Vinton County; One...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 9 August 1866

Provisions of the Bill to Equalize Bounties. The following Is the new bill to equalize bounties, as it passed both Houses, and was approved by the President; Section 1. Be it enacted, &, That to each and every soldier who enlisted into the army of the Uni ted States after the 15th of April, 1861, for a f eriod of not less than three years, and having seryed his term of inlistnient, has been hon orably discharged, and who has re ceived or U Entitled to receive from the United1 States, under existing laws, a bounty of one hundred dol lars, or wore, and any such soldier enlisted idr not less than three years, who has been honorably dis charged on account of wounds re ceived in the line of duty, and the widow, minor children or parents, in the order named, of any such soldier who 3ied in the service of the United States, or of disease or wounds contracted whilo in the service, and in the line of duty, shall be paid the additional bounty of one hundred dollars hereby au thorized. Sec...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 23 August 1866

ffBUBiraEVBBY THURSDAY, BY WALLAORE. BMTTOU, At Bratton'g Building, East of the i ..!', i Court-House.- TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Oiia year, J $ GO EJgbt months, 100 Ibur nioutha, . . . : 150 fayinent iu advance in all cases. PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION Able Speech of a Conservative Republican. Senator Doolittle, of Wisconsin, on the Crisis. [Concluded. QUESTION AND ANSWER ABOUT NEGRO SUFFRAGE. A 6lout individual,- of nervous tomperamcnt, who had been driven so dangerously near conviction un der the.prossuro of Mr. Doolittlo's arguments, that ho felt it necessa ry lo mako somo demonstration, lest ho should be convertod into a j Union man on tho spot, againsthjg jwinhere .called out: "Why should thoy not vote?" Mr. Doolittlo caught tho question up with bo .quick, pertinent and eloquent an answer that tho audience broko in . at tho pauses of his address with 4 shouts of delight and enthusi-j asm. - - - Mr. Doolittlo Tho reason they t should hot vote, I tell my friend thu'e, is simply this:' ...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 23 August 1866

WHITS MEN SHALL BULK AMERICA." ITIe ARTHUR, OHIO: THURSDAY, - - AUG., 10, 1800. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. [Election Day, Tuesday, Oct. 9, 1866.] Jbr Secretary of Stat, GEN. BKNJABIIX LrFEVER, of Shelby Coumy. For Svrrem Judgt. THOMAS M. KEY, ol' Hamilton Cuunty, For Member Board of Public V'vrlt, WILLIAM LAltlVILL, ot ashland County. ' For Congreuman of Wth District, Colonel OSCAR F. MOOKE, of Scioto county. For Judge of the Court of Common Pleat id Sub-division of 1th Judicial Diet. Hon. LEVI DUNOAN, of Jackw.n couuty. Democratic County Ticket For Auditor, Dr. Henry C. Moore. Jbr Treasurer, Henry Reynolds. For rrobate Jvdge, ltlclmrd C'rolgr. JVr Clerk of the Court of Common Pleat, George Lautz. Jbr' Sheriff, John J. Shookey. Jbr Coroner, Dr. J. A. Monahon. ' Jbr Commissioner, Thomas Mapec. UNION COUNTY TICKET Jbr Auditor, . WILLIAM F. FELTON. For Treasurer, JOHN P. DUNKLE. .in Jbr Probate Judge, " ' JOSEril KALER. For Clerk Court Common Pleas, KOBEKT S. BAltNIIILL. For Sheriff, JOH...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 23 August 1866

Official Organ of Vinton County. LOCAL MATTERS. tW Advertisements to appear on Thurs day morning, must be handed in not later than Tuesday evening m Iteligrlous Services In Me Arthur. If, E. CBVicii. -Treadling Sabbath at half tat tan o'clock, A. M., nod half-fast six 'clock, F. M. Eklhttb Scbcol, 8 P. M. Pbiibtthiin Cucxch. -fervlvesst 11 o'cl'k A. and t o'clock r. m. Babbatn School t 9 o'clock a. at., (vary habhath. Cbiiitiak Cbuuch. Service at 11 o'clock a.. ' M., every Sabbath. MASS MEETING OF THE Democratic and Conservative Masses at Allensville, Vinton Co., O. There will b a Grand Rally of thoaa who de In a epeedy restoration of tha Union, and of Free Gajrarniuenr; and who are opposed to the radical weasurea of tha lata Congress at Allons wtlla. In tbli county, an Saturday, August 25thf 1SGG, tfome ona and all, and .aar tha trnth I 'Calonel Oroaa 7. Mcobi, cndldaa for Con greeaman , Lavi Donoan, Esq., oar candidate for JuJgeof Court Common Pleas, lion. Arch ibald Mayo and otho...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 23 August 1866

Dr. J. S. STUONG, DKUGGIST, illuIbcrU Cor Opposite Court-honse, MoAltTIIUi:, OHIO, DEALER III Drut, Medicines, j ami Chemicals, fine; toil t soaps, PIN II A lit & TOOTH IIUUS11 rEUFUMERY, TiriES Supportors, and Shonldor 'Braces, ill. T. lass, Putty, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and I)yo Htutlrt, eto., Patent Mcdicinos of every vo- rlutv. riiimr. leocils, lone Monies, lonero- lii.i, Envelope and a general variety ol artUloa. -v fancy -ALSO WATCHES, -ASD JEWEL HjJY . H.B. rhyslclons Proscriptions carofully nmtuniniloil ami orders correct! v answored: Medicines warrautoxl gonuino and of thotboBt quality. April 2Q, '.Sillitf T0IF1DE1T "lTL . I'-Si C BRaT combined talontot Jv.. V. J Europe and America aro tho men to consult : Urn. lion aparto & Koynolds, ot 182 Kvp.Mniiro stroot. Cincinnati, is tho only olllco In the city whero a pcrmanont euro of prlvalo Diseases can ho had withont the nao of inuroury or chtmgo of diet. We guuranteo to onro Uonor limit, Gloot, Syphilis, Impotcney, N...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 30 August 1866

'"i IJBUSHKD EVERY THURSDAY, BY WALLACE E. BHATTON, . At Bratten's Buildinfr East of the (; . . k v Court-House.- .' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION'. . One year,' '..:... '.'....'..'. ,.' $ 50 tight months, ..i.. ....... 100 W anopths, 150 Payment la advance In all oases. McAllTlHIR, OHIO: r THURSDAY, - - AUG., 30, 1800. ' f ri Rkpdblican Failure. There was trait deal of dishonest fuss about the Chicago platform by the Itcpubllcaus be cause It stated the truth that four years of Vrar'nad at that moment failed to restore ftht Union.. . . , . , ."-' To tell the truth now, It would bo nec 'Msary to lay that four years of successful wacand nearly one year of utter pence hud foiled to restore the Union. . ', Tho reason is, that Republicans prefer disunion to' party defeat. Farmer. ' .') ' .. Tub total receipts for Internal Revenue tor the single weeK ending on Saturday last, reached the Sum of $7,150,000; or, at the aggregate rate .otfour hundred and thir-ly-OM millions eight hundred thousand dol...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 30 August 1866

WH1TK MKR SHALL It ILK AMERICA." ncARTIltlt, OHIO: ttlURSDAY. - - AUG., 30, 18G. For the Vinton Record. For the Vinton Record. Grand Rally of the Democracy--- The Campaign Opened in Vinton The Campaign Opened in Vinton County---The Meeting at Allensville a Complete Success -Speeches by Col. Moore and E. F. Bingham. The Democratic meeting at Al- lensvillc, on Saturday last, was, in every respect, a success. Some fear had been entertained lest the meeting had not been well enough advertised to secure a large as femblage of the pecple. Never was fear less grounded. The call for those who hold the Union of the States dear to their hearts, to meet together and consult, and to listen to words of patriotism and wisdom, was all .sufficient. Early in the forenoon the crowd began to assemble from all parts' of the country." It was evident that this was an occasion of no slight : inter est. The people testified by their mannef and their talk, that they deeply felt the issues involved in the qu...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 30 August 1866

OffltUu Organ of Vinton County. LOCAL MATTERS. tW Advertisement Jo appear on Thw 'ay morning, mutt bt hanued in not later Ann Tuttdau evenijig Religious Services in McArthur. V. X. Cmvsch. -Preaching Sabbath at bslt (I tin o'clock, A. and half-pat tlx o'clock, P. M. Sabbath fcl to), 8 P. V. PmtBTTIBUN CnrCH. HFfM'icrsSt 11 o'cl'k a. ., and I o'clock r. M. Sabbath School t ! 'loch a. m., every sabbath. v CiiiiTiAK Ch cava. Services at 11 o'clock a. a., (vary Sabbath. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. flkMtto Day, Tuesday, Oct. , 15'.J m ' Jbr Herniary of StaCe, OE5. UEXJAM1N LeFEVElt, of Shelby County.' For Supreme Judge, THOMAS M. KKY, . of Hamilton County. Jtr Member Board of Public Moris, williaNi L All will, I Ashland Connty. i For Congressman of Mth Dittrict, ' Colonel OSCAIt P. MOOSE; of Scioto connty. Jbr Judge of the Court of Common Pleat 24 Sub-division of 1th Judicial DM. t Hon. LEVI PUNGAN, of Jackson, county. Democratic County Ticket For Auditor, Dri Ilejiry C. Moore. Jbr Trtature...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 30 August 1866

- Dr. J. S. STRONG, DRUGGIST, llufbcrU Cor OppoallfCoart-lionsa, ifeAirniuic, oiiio, Ding, McdicineB, . nnd Chemicals, rim toil T BOATS, FIX E 1IAIIC & TOOTH BUUSII PERFUMERY, HflPSES Snpnorters. and ShnnlJar Rmcoa IVl Olsas, Putty, Paints, (!, Varnishes, sad otuu.-i, eto., r stent Medicines or ever; v- . .. I .. l.. l I . It . 1 . n wm 1 1. v ' 1"'l'"i'" nionics. i orto ro 1 ios, Envelopes and a general variety ol fane; nftlVISS. i ALSO WATCHES, JEWELRY r If. B. Physlclons Prescriptions carefully eompoundod and order corroctlv arrsworcd; Vedicines warranted genuine and of the best quality. April SB, .SB6tf CONFIDENTIAL. 1DEF Jfl RKaT OT Enrop combined tulontol n rope and America aro the men to consult : Drs. Hon anarto & Keynolda, or 1S2 Sycamore street, Cincinnati, is the only oflico in the city where a pirmsnont cure of private uinoascs can do naa without l lie use or mnrcury or change of diot. We guarantee to cure Uonur )r, Gloef, Syphilis, ImVotrncy, Nocturnal Emissions...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 6 September 1866

yitiiisiiTj bverx tbvbsda'y; by h WALLACE'JE. BItATTOJf; -' At Jkattou's UuiUHrig, East of tlwj i' nod c:bourtIU)ugCs-o-: ..r r ;:: Jrfciqis OF r SUBSCRIPTION .OheehW .'!.'.'; 1 $'fiO Jfobt ufalhsj:.i . um-.a ; v.Vl TltH) IWonUu, , j... . ; , j.'i 150 Payment in advance lu all cases. ', BRADBURY & MARK, ATTOItXEYS AT LAW, 1 '''.' ' -J. :. i . K flic Arthur, Vinton County, OIi lo, '.,.! .... . ,t ., i : .. XTrjLL ttcinI'Wmplj to all IwInosseH if trusted to their care, In Vinton and A'h ensoounties. , ... pl25tl' . H OR! EH C. .JO NES l iriATTOItNEY AT LAWi ; M6Akhurl'''Vtnion Comity, Qhio W2(L Attend prbrpptly to business entrnit , e4 to bie ore. f .. joHm4 e.: a.; b ratton" A T T O It N E Yi- A T L A W, McArtlnir, Vinton County, ' Ohio, 1 1 - 3 " ( '" - - . , W It! attend toalllcfenl buslnosB Intrusted lo his euro In Vinton ,Aihors, Jackson, lions, Hooking, andadjoiningcounlltB. l'artlc n In r attention g!von to tlie collection of soldiers cfiitms for ponnicns; bounties, arfears...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 6 September 1866

WHITE MEN MULL Rl'LK AMERICA." McAllTlU'K, OHIO: THURSDAY, y- SEPT., (S.lS(i(?. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Election Dny.Tnesluy Oct. ?, ltltf.) For Fcnttuiii "f Mate, , GEN. BENJAMIN LcFEVEK, of Shulhy Conn'y. For f tij rein Judje, THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton County. For ilmuLur Foard of Public Woiks, WILLIAM LAKWILL, ol iiaMtind Canity. Fur 'Couijresnuian of 11 III Lintrkt, Colonel OSCAR T. MOOKE, of Scioto county. Fur Jmhje of the Court of Common Pleaa . id I. iib-dirMuu of 7th Judicial Dint. Hon. LEVI DUNGAN, oi Juclieon county. Democratic County Ticket Fur Auditor, Dr. Henry C. Mcorc. For Treaturer, Henry Reynolds. fur Prolate Jmhjt, Kifhurd Vvalg. For Clerk of the Court if Common Pitas, George Lniitz. For Mirriff. John J. Sltoekey. ()) Coroner, Dr. J. A. Monnlion. For Gommiufioner, Thomas Majrco. UNION COUNTY TICKET For . WILLIAM uditor, F. FKLTON. For Treasurer, JOIiy I. DL'NKl.K. For rrobate Judge, JOSKl'lI KALEJl. For Clrrlc Court Common Pleat, KOBKHT S. BARN1IILL. For filler i...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 6 September 1866

OfUclal Organ of Vinton Cointy. tW AdvertUeihentt to appear on Thurs day morningy mutt fie handed in not later than Tuesday evening Religious Services in McArthur. H. E. Cntacii.'-Prcaching Sabbath atbalf pait ten o'clock, A. to., and half-past bix o'clock, P.M. Sabbath School, 2 1'. II. Phisbytxiimn CnimeH.--Services st 11 o'cl'k nd 6 o'clock t. m. 6abbath School at 9 o'olock a. every Sabbath. . . " Christian- CHccH.--Servica8at 11 o'clock a. h., every frabbath. , - I Particular Notice. LA8T OPPORTUNITY". Th086 kuOW- ing themselves to be indebted to the firm'of W. E. & A. W. Bratton, on note or bootlaccdunt, are hereby notified to call and settle this week, or their accounts, &c, will be left in the hands of the proper , officer ior collection. A. W. BRATTON, Retiring partner of the firm of E. & A. W. Bratton. I. O. O. D. A. W. P's. lliere will be a meeting of the members of. the above Society, every Thursday Evening, un til further notice. Every body is' invited to att...

Publication Title: Vinton Record, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Vinton record. — 6 September 1866

MORE SOUTHERN BARBARITY! 11 1 J The City of Mobile refuses to sell Ground to bury the Dead Soldiers of the Union! Let every Loyal Man Read! General Morgan, at life close of Jiis Coshocton speech, mailo the following startling announcement: . 4lIn order to secure a suitable eemetry for our gallant soldiers, who fell upon the plains of Ala bama, the authorities of (lie United States desired to purchaso three acres beautifully located itJiin tlw corporate limits of the City of Mo I)ile. Tho tract was valuable, but tho purpose was sacred, to which it was to be deilicated It was ju'o osedto mako these three acres Ihe honored homes of the Union lead, and there within a.ns ewpor ato limits of Mobile, ito wet a monument to com rueim orate their deads. Hut tine ajitlvorities, of Mo tile refused to sell. "What ! refuse io soli sufficient ground to contain the bones ol our absent ones our fatJkors, brothers, soiw? Yen, my eon n try m en, theso ".Southern men did refuse to sell sufficient groun...

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