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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 27 March 1872

Ha MniJV5 . 4J . ' o :4 M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY-, OillQf WEDNESDAY MARCH 27,1872: S 11.60 PER TEAR, I In Advance I NO. 11: VOL, G. J J. W, BO WEN. I t PuWisaof and Proprietor, 1 Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE. titi anda-fter Nov. 19 , 1871, Trains will iSn eifollows: :b : : : : :S : ; : : it- ; ; : o S a-? 8S : Si" -A 4 to W B o M 8 i! 33 s. a?. 3 2 4 i-ss '-'is'os't''iaS!OSSS . : . . ::: 33' -1 i 3 S tfi 1 - 6 1 -: - : a : C-J a, ' 0 ! : : ; : : :g : : ; 2 '"3 : y c rt J .3 Do -j -r. 23 Is 8 E?3 2 ja-5 S-3 el E -1 S8.S ; of r,;N BE; invest. Q Aillc r. .-Iff-i O -I O '3 ' ' aOH ?i r 7 -i .-I h e f. H W Ki B o 0 1 ft t 1333 S' : i : .f Si; : : f i 4 c r w ?: w n -r o 1) 3 3 i : Ill CtXOINN' T KXT'HK-'H will run ilully. All otlicrTnhiR rt-iUy, c'Xwiil Siimlny. CI?fiJtxSTI KXt'HVWH K.T imikris no Utop batwunn Tlamijon and Athois. Portsmouth Branch. Hull, Aeeommnrldllnn, f.-ljp. M. BlOOA.fl. S 24 " 7.0H " 4.W " io.ro " ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 27 March 1872

WW ljc (Enquirer, inimfnVr Nrth KlUta'lkrt Etwt of Court UOuie. J. W. BOWKNi Editor. MArthurr Jtarot 27',. 1872, Don't It? ' . "We sometimes hear persons say, that it don't make auy difference to ihera which party is in power in the Federal Government that they fare about as well under one Ad ministration asunder another. Is this true? F "We refer to that clas3 of persons who in some form of diversified labor are compelled .to work for a livelihood. To come right down to facts that are perceptible on every hand: TAre our merchants, mechan ics and laborers we don't mean individual instances, but we refer to them in mass as busily and as profitably engag ed as they were four years ago, before General Grant was vo ted for and elected to the Pres idency? Do the poor and the com paratively poor find themselves as full handed with money as they did four years ago? Do they have as much work as they had four years ago? j Do they get a3 good wages for their work as they did four years ago? t...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 27 March 1872

ljt PCBIilgHED BVKBT VTBDNlCHuiV BT fir. -7Stv Sowdi, kDROd AfcD fRbPRaBTojL MATTERS HEBE AND THERE: L Brevities. Elanic Noticoa of Protest printed and for sale at this office. CiioIcb lol of Book s for sa.3 a bisofficOt .For Ayer's Medicines,- go to G W. Sisson's. Gb your Haiter Eggs 'ready to color. Learn to write a plain ha'rid one that Gab be read. That fellow who talks so swootiy to his gal at the' gate, ought not to kiss when the" moth' sbin'oi do brightly. All ear bemocratio friends flliould aid in extending the' circu lation of the McArthur Enquirer for the great Presidential contest f-ond us a host of names. Wk h'avn't Been a onail in town iince the game law went into' ope ration .Amens Messenger. . Then the quails of A'thens roust obey the' laws bettor than the Mc Arthur quails". We observe that the Wool buy ers of Madison county have already offered 70 cents per pound. Farm crs, take care of your sheep. Wool incoming up: It is a great advantage to a town ship to have a co...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 27 March 1872

rT ljc (Enquirer, ....! fctnvir (if RnwOll' 1IMI.H,... HMtU Bido of MulilWt, Kat Court ilouuo. J. AV. BOWEN, Editor. McArthtir, March 27, 1872. An artesian well was recent lysunk on the Reform Farm in Fairfield county, run! at the depth of 305 feet, an abundan of sof't,pure water was obtained The prospects are that there will be no reduction of tariff", durin? this session. The rings want money for the Presiden tial canvass, and what they can't Fqueeze from the peoples norilcet under the sanction of j law, they will, steal. Somebody ba9 invented bune- hole for beer barrels to o prevent revenue frauds. There is but one sort of hole that will effectually prevent frauds un der the present Administration, and that was invented when the first man was buried. Peshtigo, Wisconsin, de stroyed by the recent fires, is rebuilding rapidly, though rudely. Seventy houses have been erected during the last four months, but only two are plastered. The Green Bay Advocate mentions 'as ft re markable f...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 3 April 1872

. . .. mi' .,, ., iiiiuihmjii-iii hi am' i jj' i Hi i iTT n-irwi-jgr.!rf re i' " " '" '"I ' '" ' ' ' ""' ' nr-m-mnmi iiihili mm , Mliitiluii, vInton .(JOtfflY; diiid: WMesday; AMH 1t. VOL. G. o per tear; 1 tyAdvams, J 10. H: I Publisher awl Fro rletcf. J ill.5 Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE. fcfrt artd after Nov. 19., 18:71, Trains will pun as followa: :s ;::;:; ; :o :::::: 8 : :' : I : .' : :i ! ; M :i W 9 0& l- t t o .3 . Hi M 8 w is B o tr 5 ? i ?! i id S33SS! a s I s ? s - - , .1,' TV' JO. ssssHs f? 5 ??' 2 5 s ? s s a 3S ' 6. :::::: : : :3 .:::!: fc-t- -.o 5 r to ci fell cl I IJIiJJLJt 3. 75 1- r- : :e in t t- i. a. a. 8 ijliii . i i.8 fe - 3 i .;i8a1 5-3 ? a 5,?-9J5l a t f rat- 3 355-3333 Snbs&N a 2 a t! S 1 M r- a - J r. 1- o .-h - f 71 -N - (-4 N -f T " -4 W CJ B o o ft -i C8 T: 2! " M 5 ri 5" - fi li i t t H H m n V irt 'is is:;1:::: 3 ? is CINClN'SATr EXPRESS will fill! dnlly. All 0H11T Trains ilnl...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 3 April 1872

l)c (Enquirer OFFIOF-ln a-pcond Story of Bnwen's TudKIng, Horth BmIh of Main Street. Bunt or Cu House. J. W. BOWBNi Editor. MoArthux, April 3, 1872 Township Election. : Tho election held in Elk town pliip, on Monday last, resulted as follows: Trustcei: m Levi 'Wvmnn ..17 Henry Ilerrold 17 J. B. Johnson 17 J. D. Vaaderford 16S "Patrick Leary 164 S. B. Hudson 168 Treasurer i J. A. Folton 178 A. L. Huntor. . , 156 Clork: "Morris Evans 180 J. T. Foreman 15D . ;Assossors! Joseph Knlor . 212 LaFavetto Ray nor....: 114 Constants: Eli Remolds 183 A. IV. Brown ; 171 J. J. Shockey 169 By mistake two Democratic town chip tickets wore voted in the Cor poration ballot box. It will be scon by tho figures that the Bemocrats have elected only one man on their ticket Eli "Reynolds, Constable. Appointments of Judge. The following paragraph, relating to the appointment of Judge, we find in the Colum w Ohio Statesman, of MarcL 23: Vfilliam K. Hastings, of Jackson C. II., was yesterday appointed Judge o...

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

lje -(Enquirer. PUBLISHED BYEKT WEDNESDAY BY WTO ft AN PROPRIETOR. MATTERS HERE AND THERE. Brevities. Go fishing, occasionally. Wear a neck tie. Never get angry. Hard the ground: Taice tho Enquirer. Get up onrly in the morning. Many rains are wanted. Bbauty draws more than oxen. Tight boots bring forth oorns. House cleaning time is at hand. Some of the large boys play mar bles. . Come to this offieo for fancy, job printing. Take your store boxes off the sidewalk. Rain is what everybody has boon longing to see for a long time. The steam mill in this town ' is being improvod by a bran new roof. Leakn to sew curpt rags while you are young. See list of Books for sale on the 4th page of this paper. The coming campaign will bo very lively. Tuko' tho McArthur Enquirer and lceop posted, AVe have recoived a copy of the Druggists' Journal, printed in Now York City, forJ$2.50 a year. Evory Druggist should have it. Whitney's Musical Guest lor April comes to us filled with tho choicest music. Th...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 3 April 1872

l,f.,l.l,.l.l : ... l)c (Snquiwt HJDIiMSttD YBBT WMHMAT " idwob m pbomhwoh. MATTERS HEEE AND THEEE. Books for Sale at this Office. The Prison tlfe of Jefferson Hsris. The Sncretsof theGroatCity. History of the War betwe.n Germany and France. Cruel as the Grave, fteven Wives and Seven Prisons. Negroes and Negro Slavery. ww -1.1.. The Chemical Forces M8"1' V'0" Weak Inss, How to make t he tron Youth's History of the Late Civil rf ar. Combe on Infanev. Morjatt and his Canton. Now'physlonnamy or Bljrns of Character. " ' Kssay on Mnn. Gran t and Col fax. Mom! Philosophy. Wedlock, or the Rifrlita Right. Relation of the Soxes. Mental Science. i Comb'i Constitution of Man. Hand Book for Home improvement. Natural Lawn ef Man. Paris by Sunllsrht and Onsllgbt. Sherman and hlsCampaljrns. Record's of Living Officer of the U. 8. Tfavy. China and the United States. The America Year-Book asd National EngMsh'anil French Neutrality and the Anglo ' French Alliadce. fitomewall Jackson. Democrat Speaker...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 10 April 1872

awr.--isisiiia.'inOtav M' ARTHUR, VINTON 10UMV. OHIO: VKDXESDAY, APRIL 10, 1872. t $1.50 PER YEAR, I la Advance . . . KO. 13. f J.W.BOWEN, I 1 FuliilsUar and Proprietor,) VOL. G. . ' - Ljiimr - - - inmmi mimm tmMgn,m i JJiJirMMIWMWiJIW I. I.ILU.WJ WH.tllUIH. - , - . - J ' t Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE. H oo B . o TO On and aftr Nov. 10 , 1371, Train, will run fo' lows: : a ; :'s : :.e : : : : : : : '. ' '' ' ' ' : ; . . : . 4 3 :.:. . Si.? 32 2 3 -3 S ie i-1- --a n 11! 'a; " at .2 C r-; i n ? - 2 s rr 1! " :::::: : : ! 533588 suss: ; 3! ; ; ,j ! i J ' ' llM-f.T.T' S it i m r. 7 M iles fttS "T . ?i "i 5 f - tV. ,l' t ij? " , Siflnift'Oi'Ofl o i- g T H in -1 W o o B i pi in -o - ri .7 t 1 5 jr: . r-T 3 ? t '11 t iO ;l 2 fx 3 a x J a 6, oi J5 i i i' i' -i riVf'IVJATt KXPllK-H will run dully. A-ll 'tiir I'ralim rlnMy. T'vpt. SiimUiy. I'tHi.'INN TI KXPriKH HAST mkm no t,nj bnt'TSdl IlntniU'ii Hurt Allli'nM. M 1 U!LL? ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 10 April 1872

l)c ffinquirer. J-.niidlitg, North Bid of Malu tttreet, Juwl of Court Heme. 5.. IT. BOWES, Editor. AprUlO, 1872, McArthur, DEMOCRATS OF VINTON COUNTY! "We are now about to enter a most important campaign, nnd it ia the duty of every Democrat in the county to tie up and doing. Lay plans for ' the organization of Democratic clubs in every school district. Work of this kind lias a strong tendency to thoroughly unite the strength of the party, ana if the party is to succeed in the Dolitical campaign of the pres ent var n.n organization of v"" Jv"'l D this sort must be strictly ad hered to. - Come out to your school houses, and earnestly talk the matter over, compare notes, in- -terchange opinions, and be come distinctly understood by one another on all important questions. There is work for all, no matter how humble each may consider his position in the party ranks, and that work must be performed with vigor and cheerfullness. It is un necessary to await the action of the County or Stat...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 10 April 1872

St Ijc (Enquirer. P0I3UHHED VEUY WEDNESDAY BY T- "W. Bowen, ' , IDITOft.ANn PROl'ftlfeTOIt. Brevities. Pay your debts to koep money in circulation. The trimming 6f grape rinos is now in order. For Fine Perfumery, go to Sis con's Drugstore Envelopes and noto paper for sale at tbis office, Much rain has fallen since Satur day morning. Don't forgot to como to this office whon you want any kind of print ing done. Next Friday, the 12th,will be the 95th anniversary of the birth of Uonry Clay. Jcdcie W. K. Hastings took his soat on tho bench at Portsmouth on Monday, April 1. Persons desiring printed letter heads, nolo lioads, or envelopes are invited to call at this office and sue our stock of paper and envelopes. Now stock jjast received. Live temperately go to a church whero there is no preaching of poli tios attend to your own affairs subscribe for the McArtuur En quiree live. The dwelling house of G. W. Brunton, in this town, caught firo, on Thursday afternoon last, but the fire was ex...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 10 April 1872

352 ljc inquirer. FTTBMSUBD EVKHV WBINK8DAT BY sr. "W. Bowon, EDITOR AI PBOI'BIETOR. Blank Notices of Protest printed and for unln nt this offloo. Beautiful ritturcR for Sale We have for salo ft large lot of beautiful Pictures. Prices low. ..Everybodyespecially the ladies, aro invitVti"td,ftmeand poo them. Governor Geary, of Penn sylvania, lias signal the general bill fintliorizmg tlie ' people of all cities and counties in that State to vote licence or no license every three years. Two proud father were boasting of their youthful sons. Smith said : "My boy knows some of his letters ;' he got up to K yesterday." "Oh, pshaw J that's nothiugl" said Jones, "my Tommy got up to P last night," Free of Charge Cull and got n samplo bottlo of Pr Boschca's Ger man Syrup,f of charge, at Strong's orSisson's Drag Store, McArt.hu r, or of Will & Co., Zaleski. It has lately been introduced in this coun try from Germany and for any per son suffering with a severe eongh, cod settled on tho breas...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 17 April 1872

. i ' ' ' V' .'' . ; In Tw. :, .: v J.Tr.BpWEW,T I Poblbhcr and Proprietor, i M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OIHO: WEDNESDAY, APRIL IT, im VOL. G. 1.50PF.RTEAR,) NO. IL ---(Uiitvtiat . II l L.f II- II ti ll II M II II . . IT II .....:. . . . . " 1 """ ... LJa Railway Time. 1 ' " it4tm Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE. , eh amd after Nov. 19 , 1871, Trains will run s follows: to:::::;: :::::.': !";!:!::: - : : :x . i i : i is! in si tr i J 3 0 is """si- m CJ .a o o 112 M 1 M j; i ai o 1 1- y s ! 1 - - il 2 : ti J : 5 T "! : 3 .ft M lira .......... . v s a M f? 4 i c 5i J ci t-i i- ei s H w a o o .j tiil 9 m i-t-r- i-'i-' x n' i - 2" "?ai5i,3--i 9 Tl M w -i W -f tO 16 U5 ;8 ; s :a ; S43s3S33 n . . . . 4 ( IN'crN'S' ATI KXPR1CSS will run dully. All n'tuT Trill iih rtiillv, oxxopt Snnilny. CIHCINN TI KX PRESS KART makes no Btoi tiot.wpen Il imiloii mill Atlienn. : a : : ;::::::;::: :! 3 : : : : : : : a : a : : " ; ; : 3 : f! ' a ' S 8 ! 32 : 2 : : " gil $If .5 I :H :S UHU .sJ2'...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 17 April 1872

)c uqmrcr. ' . Hnwon's fjourt Howie. jr. -W. BOWIES Editor., II 3 Arthur, April 17, 1872, Cincinnati Convention. For ' the accommodation, of -persons wishing to attend -the Cincinnati. Convention, to be Vi1r1 ; Mav. 2d. the Marieatta to Tsell round trip tickets, Anrll 30 and Mav 1. eood for f ' 1 ' return till May 4th, inclusive at two-cents per mile each way. The Southern portion of this State was no. doubt damaged by the storm last week, to the amount'of at least six hundred thousand dollars. At Chilli- cothe several - buildings were swept away, the canal banks gave way, and the city and vicinity more or less covered with water. The Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad was dam aged between Chillicothe and Loveland 'bo that trains were delayed two or three days a number of culverts being wash ed away and several hundred feet of trestle-work weakened. The damage in Cincinnati and vicinity to coal dealers, steam boat owners,, railroad com paines, &c, will exceed half a million of d...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 17 April 1872

ljc (Enquirer . FUOIilSHKD RVKRY WKUNBADAY BY ar. W- Bowen, 11 KlM'COIt AND PKOOTUETOR. . Brevities. For Fine Perfumery, go to Sis son's Drug Pton. G. S. Bakeh, tho woll known de tootive of Ohillicotlie, died in that teity on Friday, April 12. II. N. IiouiUNs of Oirolerillfr, sold a span of mutch horse's, last week, to Goorgo Crain, ol Cincinnati; for 6800. J. G. S wetland, Jb at Enkin's Mills, will soli at auction, commenc ing on tho 2&h inat.r a lot of dry goods, groceries, notions, ete. ' A Christian Union Church has been organized at Galena, in Saioto tounty, with 68 members. Amos Dcnkle was elected Super visor of Ditches in Circleville town uliip, ou the 1st inst. The recent rains have added a fina gt-aort - oola - to. tha moadw und fields, and many of the trees uro covered with swolen buds, which will burst into loaves boforc "May-day" comes. Mariued. Mr. Sanford Winters nnd Miss Cynthia Ullom wero married at Athens, a few weekB ago. Mrs. Iva Decker, widow of tho late Luke...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 17 April 1872

M)t -(Snqtrirtr, fcWW Mat-'" - -I tnrt.ilutier - HcArthnr, April 17.1872. ' Terms of Subscription. . i amo-a nv. 8 mne..tl W Oa e-py, - -" -' !... -M rlthlnth. VS. xw The Ttomaemtll Kuqutrtr "'' 0F rOSTAQK within the limit of Vinton Cennty. .... . . .. . l tli a and of the Advertising Rates. ewTh. .p." occupied by inline oftlila Irmnthall eon.tltne a square. ,,.. to na i e aqn.re, on. week J I 00 On. sqnare, 8 weeks J8 JJ i th additional Insertion insertion.............. All ad.ertt.lng for a eborter period thn thru; nr.lie. charged t tlie above rates. , . . Leinil Anvrtl.ir.l-4100 po "I" J f fl" lrjeXn;.nd50eenU periouare for octa ddlllouu) In'emlon. i. .imil Kule Figure ' ........... ... , 8 moift " 7n.qn.re, 8W rii.ras, 0 TOO nirc0s,.ire., 7W four.qo.reC ? - 1S2 It uiiiriL 1 0 00 1 00 ftcX"n? 14 M )0 Seolnm. . "00 r i.... aft no 44 00 19 mo.. I 8 on looo 18 00 is no 0 OA 8T no 44 00 80 00 BiiMncsa Cards, not exceeding lines. Rncr year. All bill, one on and. Insertion of eilverttM...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 24 April 1872

6 M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO; JEDNE3DAY, APRIL Iffi 1872. VOL. 6. $1.60 PEft YEAH, t I Pnblls Usher tad Proprlotor. J NO. is, HwiiifKf M to 0' fi : r Election of Postmasters. A bill has been introduced Into .Congress to provide for the election of postimstera by 1 his peiule, and should it be come a law, which it 13 not . 'probable, however, as it would cut down ' Fedeial patronage considerably, it wtmld no doubt meet with general ap probation by the people. It provides that on or be fre the 1st of September next . the Postmaster General shall cuine to brt laid off, surround ing and adjacent to each pot oibce, districts which shall in- , cludo . witli'iQ tUoirv triitrml lirftits, so far as is practicable, nil persons who receive or for ' ward mailable matter through euch office5!. In each district so laid off th re shall be an election for Postmaster held on the fW Tuesday in October, 1872, which' shall be conducted un der the laws andjby the officers, m prescribed by the statute...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 24 April 1872

Sljc inquirer, ju.r.a'iiir, uiv" 4'.iitrt House. V. IJOWKX. i:dllir. HcAvttur, April 24, 1872, "l r is saii thnt a meeting of the Knlioha! Donwcralio Committee .wlll.lo held at. tlio residence) of A. rlJuImont, Chairman, of tlio Com. , . jnittco, in Now York, on the 8th. of May. A movement is bcuiR made ut Cincinnati lo have the National Convention lir-M at that city. Six Hundred Thousand Dollars Short. It is estimated that when the Appropriation Bill passes the Ohio Legislature there will be a deficiency of funds in in the treasury to meet the nee cssary expenses of the State Government of over six hun . tired thousand dollars. What 'Go those who voted Radicals into office last fall think of this sort of fmancier- ing? In order to meet this defi ciency, they propose to steal from tho Common School and other funds. The school children of the State must be robbed to the same manner that the Soldier's Relief Fund was robbed a few years ago. This is Radical financiering! Instead of a d...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 24 April 1872

niBM.SIieO KVERT WEDNESDAY BT . nr. w. Bowen, EDITOR AND PllOl'IlIETOR. Brevities. For Fine Perfumery, go to Sisson's Drug Store. The trees are- ranking prepara tions to look grcon and shady. W Li tirAt.n rtlrnortf frt mftlt flltr friend, B. G. Atxbndeh, at Cincin- nati, a few days ago. Tub formers of Madison oonntj liavo contracted their wool for CO to 70 cents per pound. "Down in the eornflold," etc , will soon be the cry of the farmer if the woalhor Irocomes Miitablo. Our friend, William Baitciiiman, ofZaloski, will attend tho Cincin nati Convention on the 1st of May. Ik yon wish to a-roid small pox doirt cat onions. Sliced onions jitneed about the. room are good disinfectants. S. Shipley, Zaleski, will buy nil yonr old wrought and cast iron. Tako it to him and get money or iroods for it. . "" - The Ilnmden Foundry l'roperty was sold at Sheriffs Sale, on Mon day last, to Charles Miller, of Ham dun, for 62,750. Una. Mattie.B. Cuanston, wife of Rev. E. A. Crantson, died at the resi...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 24 April 1872

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