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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 21 February 1872

f inii1iiilMlll'llll'lMll ' ' ' - nmmuutrma im him, i i 'rJ"J .,: HE- : : A VOL. G. r J.W.BOWEN.l I Publislior and Proprietor J M' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, 0HI(K WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, "187ft"- i 11.50 PER YEAR, l i ' InAdTknoe. J Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE. 6n and after Nov. 19 , 1871, Trainwlli run aafojlcrw's: a.a : : a ;3 3 j.- ; ; t 2 : iz. H W a o J32 os3 "3 S C CG L- 10 at .2 2 o a: M SI 3 3 33' 1 I- l, L- iO - 15 :i3 ofc s 5s -c-i -a : :b 4 Si: a u J; o . - Id c -3 3 u a H CO B o to w I I" 5 O 2 ' 5 31 i fi ii n 'C sc'ii i-" i i so x sa o c a ! 5 ?55S55iit iii 5 '7'?Ss4',''; I 3 112 1 S ca i 'JtJ A o H CINCINNATI HXPttKfH will run daily. All ot.lipr Trains dully, exoflrt Hundity. UINi;iSMATi EXPRESS KAFfl' nfiikcS no Slop bclwncn Haimlim and Atliftns. Portsmonth Branch. MiiU. Accammoiltttlon. 7)ext. lli:nlni T.uikHon Ar'r. Portsmouth I)np. I'ortHniMitU Ar'v. .Twkon Ilamiloii 1.i:r I'. M. 2. J4 " 4.10 " 0.15 A. M. im " l J 15 1'. 31. t;w a. m...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 21 February 1872

lc (Inquirer, .shew f, W. BOWK. IMltor. McArtuur,- February 21, 1872. Democratic Stafe Central Executive Com-mittc State Central The member, of the Democratic and Kxecutlr. Committee, of OUlo, ami .Uother PemocraU In Ohio who , tte.d. Sr.lnTlt.dl.mart In Oolum u. on THUR9- J. 8. CkUIA. Sec'y. Chairman. People who may desire to visit Washington, this winter, can do so, over the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, in parties of three, at half fare, or rather at one fare each for the round trip. He is an enemy of the De mocracy, who seeks to dis courage the party by the asser tion that wo -have no chnnco to filftct a President. The last Congressional election shows that we have a majority of 250,000 of the white voters of the United States. Even with the nigger vote, the Republi cans are only 40,000 ahead. This is nothing in a vote of many millions. A gross outrage has been perpetrated in the Ohio House of Representatives in the un seating of Hon. B. F. Spriggs, Democratic Representative from...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 21 February 1872

IblrtrtOW Alto' PBOl'ftlirrOri. MATTERS titi&t AND THERE. Brevities. Tilt lifne for tying tin pah9 to dogs' tails will soon aiTiVo. "Man proposes nnd God disposei," tut nevertheless taarr is expected to propoao, Two large spots can be soon on the sun'. Admittance free to those having smoked glaS'a. It is bettor to be poor than ignor fmt. ei-50 will bfly the Enquiher for ono year. Now is tho season for colds. A lit tle cure-will eavo'Vi any coppers, nnd perhaps a coffin. . The woman that muketb ft good pudding in nifonco, is bolter (fan one that mnk'eth a tart roply. ' " None tire so poor that they can not take n paper, tint many ni'o so mean that they prefer to steal it. S. B. McCartney of Orange Mission-, ICnnsiis, Will accept thanks for copy of tho Neosho County Journal, published at that place. Tilfe young ladieB, and somer older ones, al.so, tire already eagerly look ing forward to the arrival of tho 6pring styles. Thb German paper printed at Columbus, Dcr Westbote, which ha...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 21 February 1872

l)c (Enquirer. J, W. BOWHH, Editor. M'Ai-t1mr,Fcl)ru'y 2i,tSH', forms of Subscription. cnv. one rear.... 1 I ? ! "!"81 2! o-o cpyj month.-. I ne copy, . ... . . ...... l .l.l.tn vjwr ul' "n,"l"" ?o00, minis oi int..)- ifiiirif ne r. .. Ritanlrtr croulstis HIMC U ...u!,.n ...i,i,i tli. limits of Vinton County. -ie siiliscriua lor, win u subsoripiiiin. Advertising Rates. 'iTTlie iini.co oeonple.l by 10linm of till (Nonpareil Le"l AJv.rtlKo.nents-Sl 00 per square for first martini; Hid o oouie '"""ion. .t. .iMItlonal. urns sua i igure ; ns I, ,. ' ft ft nil 8 W) $ 8 01) ""i"". Toil- 10 00 MVO squires, " , ,. lao i aree iqimroB, . , MM 00 20 00 Blxspisiss, jo , . 2Tno SSir;. 15 0. TM . 00 tiTcanls. nolum l"T ?f 'T" AH b"!to d. 'en "t l'tloU of ..lyorllH.,, Kills with resiilsr advertisers to be paid qiarti ry. u.insM Notl. M-10 wilts s line'. Marrlago N o I- Jelng toth.llbmlltyoftl.. parlies. Death "momEWwv Wlvo. or ILubanu.-uoulle Pryrly eWHers entitled t quarterly ttaw. Advertisements ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 28 February 1872

iSitoJ3aVin...aim. .rii-airriMiTaiwiir uMfmx , ; ; " . ., ".': v. . . . . WAIlTHUR, VtSTON COUKTYHIO: WEDNESDAY ; FEBRUARY 28, 1872; VOL. "G. i 11.50 PER YEAR, 1 I InAdttno. J l Fnblilher md Proprietor, J NO. 7. V t14,ii,.ijiiWiii.Viiiiiili.ii'i'iiM'iiiiii?r'li1rfl iiieti'nai i iwii i.jurtWtrtijMJwiMWnB. Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE. s. and tifteri: IoY. 19 ,, 1871, Trains will run as louowa: e 3 ; St : IS J :S: i : ! i :3 i : : I I IT wi si t-1- ? d ui B o CO B si ifl if r- ft x 3 Q 4 If)! 1) L- i - u . Cj a A 'i 3 t .0 V a 53 3 0. E ! E (A o O CO B P4 H : lO to KSS.STf.i $.v,-r.?1-r.V,$ i a : i"2 :" 3 LPS rti 2 l! J ? CINCINNATI EXlMlK-iS will rui dul ly. All other Tj-alun Oivll.V, aJtwpt Hunilny. rtWt!IMNATl KXI BKW K.tSrf inivkei lio I itnp hRl.woon Haindon mid Atlions. Portsmouth Branch. liiiil. Aocoinmodittlon, 1.4.VP. ii. :on a M. Jfu;kfion 2.54. " 4.40 " .IS A. M. la is v. v. 7.oa Ar-. PorUiinontli .oep. 1...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 28 February 1872

5! lie Cnquircr, Building, North 61d of Main Street. Kast of lUl t UullN. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. HoArthur,- February 28, 1872. The National Labor Reform Convention at Columbus. Candidates for President and Vice President Placed in Nomination. ' The National Labor Reform Convention assembled at Co lumbus, at 10 o'clock, on "Wed nesday morning last, the 21st. The assemblage of .delegates and spectators was quite large, and a general enthusiastic in terest was manifested. A. M. Puett, of Indiana, Chairman of the National Executive Com mittee, called the Convention to order. John Siney of Penn sylvania, was elected temporary Chairman. On taking the chair, he returned thanks to the Convention. A. C. Cam eron of Illinois, was made tem porary Secretary. A Commit tee on Credentials was appoint ed', when the Convention took a recess for half an hour. At 11:30 the Convention was call ed to order, when the Commit tee on Credentials reported the names of gentlemen who had been selected to represe...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 28 February 1872

.I)c (uqmm pUBi.rsnitn evkry wrdnkhdav bv GT- "R?m Bowen, EDITOIl AND' PKOFItfETOtt. MATTERS HERE AND THERE. learn that no foxerf wore 6anght at (hd cbnao advertised in" this paper two woeks ngo. 'if any men, boys, and dogs were present. notice that 0. ii. SaGi, who lms boon Clerk of ttifl American llouso, at Logan, dul-Sfipc tho past three years, ia nowoilts of tho Clorlcs Cf tho Furnace Storo at that placo. Tbs; burglars who broke tfpftri the felorcs at iiamdon, about throe vreoks ao, have boon arrestod and ore confined id lit Highland tfoiln tyjaif. They hail from Chicago: Cfa Monday of fast week, our County Trcasuror, NliLB6tt' Rich mond, mado his first somi-annunl trip to Columbus and paid to tho State Treasurer "Vinton county's portion of the State taxes. fIaz Ohio Stato Board of Agfi culturo mot at Columbus last Wed nesday and decided to hold the State Fair for tho next two years at Mans field. Tho vote stood 6 for Mans field and 4 for Zancsville., The Fair is.to be held from...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 28 February 1872

THE SKATERS. THE SKATERS. BY MARY HELEN BOODEY. " 'fair Hummer 1" 4e- 't he' beauty bloom. Hot warblo of bird and her flowerets perfume; No moro th llHht sopliyrs caressingly play W lib .blossoms and leaves that once brightened their way. The forests ar stripped ef their garmonU green, Save where the dark plnci mid Die baro boughs ore seen ; Therippleof brooklet.thedssh of cascade, Sow greet not the our Death some Welcoming thade. The Fairy of Winter has we pt through the It. Her Jeweled crown sparkles with brilliancy rare, . Her ya are like iters in keen Arotio night. And colder the splendors the brings to our sight. ... Ehe waves o'er the unooth lake her glittering wand, And the waters congeal at her potent command The guy skaters glide o'er the Ice in delight, With the speed and the grace of a bird in its flight. A Work of Mbrcy. $150,000.00 In 300 Cash Prizes is to be distribu ted, Legally, March 28th, 1872, at Omaha, in aid of the Sick and Des titute, at Mercy Hospital. This . ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 6 March 1872

M' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNT, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, MARCH G, 1872. VOL. G. f J.W.BOWEN, I I Publisher anil I'rojirietor, 1(1.50 FEB TEAR, l I InAdvanct. J NO. 8: Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE. On mrJ utter Nov. 19 . 1871, Trains will run n follow : a ;. b .' ; it 4 : : : ! :'si . : : : : -a! ge ! ts B o o tn . i : i : : : : : i : e J j. : : . . . : 0. 2 2 S o o o J t- ! 6 rf w v w " : : : 2 w i - 3J a c L- l I- .4 j i-1-' n S' a i ' n m -i S ti o si rl - 1 7 "-la, : & : : a j et.Sj o. ft t l o p 3 '. B 3 o j n 3i t tn n 6, M ties ?1 - tr 13 ' f, id t- tft tfj ?J 10 ? (& 5: ? ? -N C! v. cs" t a o - ti ?i - -J -i ? -r W n rH W 1 o in & Pi H ' 0. 3S33?S3 tc c t-1-1-1- t--l- ) ?. ' eg ; n v - i1. 15 : : I i M : i : : : iT IftiiTjTT 2 i w a n n r 1 o . rlVOINN ATI BXPItH-iS will i nn dally. All ntlier Trn'lux (lallv., qicycipt K'.imliiy. , TIN :lN'KTt EXPRESS K.tST uiuka 110 fitop hol.wonn TT'HiKli'ii niul AMiPiiH. rj...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 6 March 1872

lt enquirer, BniUllim. North Sido of Unla Street, Kust of AWPlOW .?h (InsMl ,i Mow of Bowon's Conn iiouse. Jt, YT, HOWKN, Editor. Mo Arthur,- March 6, J872. Tlie resolution of Hon. Chas. Sumner, one of the Radical Senators from Massachusetts, for an inquiry into the nlledgecl illegal sale of arras to the Grant office holders and public plun derers, passed the U. S. Senate last Thursday, after a long and ncrimniou3 debate. The corrupt Administration resisted the proposed enquiry with all their might. Thanks. Hon. G. W. Morgan, one of the members of Congress from Ohio, will accept thanks for a copy of his speech delivered in the House on the 12th of last month upon the terrible ex travagance of the Administra tion. Hon. A. G. Thnrman, U. S. Senator from Ohio, will accept thanks for valuable speeches. The Radical papers are smart inor under the exposures of o Senators Schurz and Sumner in regard to our government sup plying arms and ammunition to France in the late war with Prussia. Th...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 6 March 1872

i)c (Enquirer, MIIM-mRD BVJtllY WKtlKfoirtAY hv JCDITOU ANt) I'ROVttlHTOR. MATTERS HERE AND THERE. Complaint is mntfo fn I'pg'nrd' to' tlio bad condition of tha stroot cross fags in soma parts nf our town. SYLVESTER SnitY, who rosid'od about two miles west of Znloski1, re moved" to lOinsns lust wook. Tn Van" Wort thoy rim,' ft boll lit 10 o'clock, in tlio evening, and nil saloons tiro tlion closodf. Atlions hns a river ttnd u canal Athens Journal; Aro thoy for Bale? McAriliur has neither. E. Wagner has sold his drug store at Z.tleski and removed to Irontou . TrtE month of February, 1872, hud fiva Tltn-reJiiya h ovvmyoncQ that is siuif, will not iifjnin liajiperr ont.il tlio your 19.000. A lontr, limo nltetid. A. J. Swatm, n former rosi-font of ibis county, is onoof tho Jiislicos of tlio Peuco of Walrrloo Towmhip. Athens county. Ho proprietor Of tho Hotol ut Marshfiel.I, Trie KuusKRT. Tlio March num berof this popular juvenile mnjii fcino is upi.n our table. It is pub lished by John ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 6 March 1872

)c .(Enquirer, FUBMBIIED KVK11V WUD.NHSfiAT BY EDITOR nioi-ittwoft. MATTERS HERE AND THERE. Wild Oats, full of Bellow's coml rul illustrations, ln.s Icon sent us. WodMii't Ih'mk G"1 C0U,J 1)3 inaJo to Appear morelmlicroiis than lio really is, but Hollow dooa it. . Published by Winclioll & Small, IIP, Fulton struct, Now Yurk City. New iTooujes and Iloni-KiiiKS York-tho most complete and in teresting exposure of all tricks and traps of this and other cities, and frauds and humbugs of all kinds. Sow, illustrated and greatly enlarg ed edition now ready. Only 25 cents, ot booksellers or Jcsso ITan ty k Co:, 110 Nassau street, Now York. Had Memohy mtulo yol, and good memory made better. How to ertrensrtlieii and improve. How to achievo wonderful feats of mem ory, such as to repeat any number of words with or without connection after ono reading, or a hundred random figures, &c. Only 15 cents, of booksellers or by mail. Jesse llancy & Co., 110 Nassau stroet, New York. Rapid Rec...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 13 March 1872

M' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY," OHIO: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1872. VOl. 6. j J. W. BO WEN, I I Publiihor and Proprietor, J 11.50 PER YEAR, I In Advance. . NO. 9. ., ii i ..wMwwwggni ,i .tiii,. ' " ; ' .J ' i, y . . . t -?4.jiyi A'-T-tf?5' : : V5Vif- ' V Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE. On and after Nov. 19 . 1871, Trains will run follows: 11: la "Tar" :B : fct IO lO '3 : 8 S 2 ,1 O CO & W H ; It ! : :; : : : f ;;;: 3 : i ; : : ; t-ti tO iO :; i ; ; ; -ami SO ?1 O W O V 2 O : : i : a : is'5: : : : : : . M : 55 5S : Ssi '-a-i ;a S'J3li2J 033 J) Hi i M lies 7. ". . . . . ".' sOfj.'ifl i . ?s 15 ; irt o 00 x u B o tn ; : : '-4 :::::::::::: Q M-ssiil ii si w 3 ?3 m w ? iS ic us o 5) j : 1 a a J3' CIVCIN'V.VTI EXPBSS will mil daily. All o'hrrTrii!ns fhilv, exmpt Sundny. , CI!.3!N'STX EXPRS EAST mulios no ititp bntwnRii Ifmnrlcii and Athene. Portsmouth Branch. l.Vt H. W. fll'l'l A. M. Ar'r. P )rLlini"lli : r'oruinMUli Ar'v. .I vikson Ilnm'leu 8.'.4 in.f,o " 12-CO...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 13 March 1872

f lje (Enquirer, OFFICE-In Pecoud. Story of Boweu Ilull.HniT NovtU Blclo of Main Street. iut of Court lloiibu. J. XV. BCWEN, JIdltor. HcArtliur, Maroh 13, 1872 Wrc have road the platform which was adopted by the Prnliibition Party, at their Convention, held at Col nmhrta three weeks nero. The platform demands the most stringent prohibitory laws, and a vicid' enforcement of the same, making no distinction on account of sex, raco or color. It is extremely broad, and every body can stand upon it, no matter about their religlious or political condition.' The pol itical teroperauce men of the present hour can shout for cold water to the extent of the capacity of their lungs, and not one 'of the temperance advo cates or lecturers of the Kepub licaa party, who indorse all the 'acts of this Administration, will assist them in the least. No,, sir, not a single one j All will croak about the whisky husK ness until the day of the elec tion, and then go to the polls and vote for the very Kepubl...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 13 March 1872

tlje (Enquirer. P0IJM3IIBD EVttllV WKDNTSDAV BV EtllTOll A.ND PBOl'RIETOB. In i II ' ' in MATTERS HERE AND THERE. Blank Notices of Protest priuted and for nldl at this o'fllco. CiioicK lot of Books for 6alo fit Ibis office, JCDGE J. J. liARPEft lll'i'J Court ht Jnckson last week', and' tho Veok previous nt I ronton. Panics to tho subscriber 'who vrit6s : "1 welcome tho Enquirer is I would a leUer from borne.'" Wk notico thut M'jss'rs.-G'rLMA.N,, Waixv ifc Co. aro transporting a furgo arid fi'no lot of logs to their Saw Mill. No sawing can bo done, howevor, until a grunt quantity of rain falls. uitb ft number of our flubftcri tors find .frktids, throughout tho count, have callci) on uS during tho past three weeEtf.' We are gliid o haVo them and would bo pfuused to see more of them. Come often lind give us the news in your re spective localities TJhk Supreme Court of Ohio' lias granted ti w'r'rt of error in Ui6 caso of J. S1. Blackburn, con victed- of the fnurder (in th'e second degre...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 13 March 1872

J2l)e tt(uiwr. rUOLIBnEDBVIiliT WICDNKSDAYBY 5. "757". Sowen JtDITOR AND PROfRIDTOft. MATTERS HERE AND THERE. Em mitt's veily pays distillery atWa the Government four cents for evorv second of time it is in opfTiition. It now .running fourteen liour3 per day. If .we shouM tinlmppily pet into a Wfiv with End a ml 'we have one important, advantage of Johnny Bull. He can't de stroy our mercantile vessel, for we have none. The Radi cal tariff pir e U3 this superior ity over him ago. It is said that Peter Ilayden, of Columhug, has sent to Cali fornia to secure ona hundred and fifty Chinamen to work his coal mines in Hocking coun ty, in order to obviatp the ag gravating difficulties caused by the frequent "strikes" his workmen. among The Hocking Valley Rail road has declared a dividend of twenty per cent, on full paid stock since the road com menced operations, to be paid on the 1st of March, in the stock of the company as it may stand on the books at that date. Its earnings have been use...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 20 March 1872

r . ; ... I S"d yi)illipil fill M'ARTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: MARCH 20,-1872. I $1.50 PER YEAR, l I InAdvaiios. VOL. r J.TV.BOWEN,. I I Publisher aad Propnotor. J NO10. ( . S . r - r i- f 1 Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE. On and after Nov. 19 , 187i, Trains will run RBfolloWa: !3 ) pi J a ; : !. : ! : : -u ie3ir:t",,iis z " i.2 c a. : i : : : I '."i 3 i S . -f x"e.' ?i w 51 M ii -' 21 t r-1- O fSHifO nn"".; ' 1 2' '4 - X 5 2 1 2 ii- si r? J: 51 o - Ti 1 r r x -I V. ,fi 5l i - - I t-1--' aj x ?. s: a O I 2 A t - biT - t 2 9 : '. . T. H :j . . r. -' n' r i - ?t ?i :i x r: tc :? - rt'ft iso ft! 5 ' 3 : : ' : : : : ! J ; ' ' I ilia I'INCIN'S VTf F.XI'IIK ;H will run dully jvi'!)l'urt'mliulanv. i'it. Wiinilny. IV .'INN' VI KXPltRsa EAST makes no otiii) ImIwkhii It vindmi nnl AIIhmih. I ii? H : : j : j IS jsj i !? ! ! ; ! :S ! fcg S5 :3 : : : : p rt oi; a : : h 15 i t a : i: t i- a . a a -r- Portsmouth Branch. lvm. II a...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 20 March 1872

l)c (Enquirer. BiiiliHmr, North Kldo ol'Malu Btroot, Kiwi of ' nnrrl? T C.,.,,,,,1 SlrvvV ff TlOWCH' Court lioiiid. J. Wt BOWEN, Kdttor. McArthur, March 20, 1872. The Spring Elections. "We call the attention of the Democracy of the various town ships of Vinton county to the approaching Spring Elections. The great quadrennial political contest is near -at hand, in which the patriotism, the pru dence and the wi?dom of the people will lie brought into requisition. There nre two forces at work diverse in pur pose and in politiealtheory. The one, is seeking to destroy the reserved rights of the States and consolidate all power in a Central Autocrat, with un limited control over the army, the navy, the public treasury and the country. Tho other force antagonizes all these po litical schemes, and insist on preserving the reserved lights of the States and local self government, when the Central Government shall exercise the authority conceded to it by the States and none other, that life, l...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 20 March 1872

l)c (Sitquiiref. I'OIIMSUKU BVKHV WEnNKHDAY I1V 1 Enrfflit and HitoV'Rthrofi. MATTERS HERE AND THERE. Ijla'nk Notices of Protest printed tin J for siilo nt thU btlko. Cu'ntcis lot of iJ'o'oW for salo nt this office. PorAyev's Medicines go to 0, W, Siasons. Lust Sunday, the 17il), was St. Patrick's clay. Flower and Garden Seeds. Tlioso wishing to purchase) 6f any lii'nd will givo us a call. PMMmiriiimiin iiimiiiviii On Friday dVetiing, ntarcli 22, a meeting in ttio Interest of tlio Farm ors' Si M'ih'ors' Railroad, tvill bo held lit London, Mudison conn (jr. Over 500 'witnesses wcro Anh- poenndd to testify bcfor'6 tho' Scioto. County Grand Jury, two weeks ri'go, nguinst tlio dealers in liquors. Thomas McCarty-,' of Zaleaki, Vinton county, Ohio', has quit sell ing whiskey until tho whisky law fs modified or repealed. 105 'fwo Lots in Ilowitt f; Sugg's Ad dition to tho Town of McArthur belonging to Adam Kerns, will bo Rold nt public miction, on tho filh'of April. &W bills printed nt...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 20 March 1872

lje (guqmrcr. OFFICE Tn Hecotid Story ,Bw'n,r TlUlln, North Side ol Mala Street, k.ml of Court House. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur, March 20, 1872. If the Radical inspectors and soldiora sent to Ohio to en force that outrage, after its pasi23, neglect to bring their burying boxes with them the paople hsre will provide b .-xes and attend their funerals. Grant and the Radical lend ers have commenced to court ths German, for their votes this year. A message will be sent to Congres3 at an early day, in relation to the better protection of emigrants. That dodge will catch about m many votes, as they could catch partridge? by throwing salt upon their tails. Democrats who wish to see their party successful should all assist their home papers, strengthen the hands of its editor, contribute to its col umns every item of local iuter-e-st, endeavor to extend its rir(?nlat.ion aa far as in their power, assist in disseminating Democratic truths in every part of the political vineyard, and labor...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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