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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 1 May 1872

; . i . i M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY; dmoAWEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1872. f J.W.BOWEN, I Publisher ad Proprietor, J .vol: 6. ; ; no.ic; I la Advance. J .. '. . , . Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE. L On and after Nov. 19 , 1871, Trains will run na follows: -2 : io ! d : :2 34 : :-0 : 33 pis. 3 '. H to W a o O M EH .... . .A... ;v r J J. : : e si-id iS i-1 is " -v a: : s so .'a :5 3 cs2a? :o"3 :j3 E3 ilKiSAfei . -J 3 2 '55 13 5 Sua"; Ha l u - E -! 4 c 0 H V) i W n o 13 ro t-t t i t- ev r - ? "N ci i if? tr f? -? I? WjC f? i -i ?f -f n ?1 ft - t .n 5 fi 'i ' 555;iJ 5 T! . r. - " 72 a - 3 . : 2 ss) e: i i' z 3 V - j I'lNPlNNATI KXIMll-S will mil lillly. AH oilier I'rulns (l illy, wxwpt Kunilay. iMNi'lN'SXTf KXl'ltKSrt K A. ST milieus no dlop Iti'twi'nn Hainilnn iiml AthciiH. Portsmouth Branch. .Vntf. 'AeaoiiimaihiUnn, l l'if . l. 11:1X1 A. M. I. n " 7.0H " 4.10 " ' 10..MI " II. 15 A.M. 111". M. UMS " fl-."il " Ul. P.M. 5.10 " "Hop. riamilnn ,Iinltson A'1'. P.rtmnnlh '...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 1 May 1872

lje (Enquirer, OFFICE-In Soooud Story of UnlUHnV. North 8ido ot Main Court liouu, . J. W. BOWElt. Editor. McArthur, Mayl, 1872, Corruption. There seems to be no to the corruption of the Grant party. The Grant Uongress refuses to order an investiga tion of the alledged deficit in turn Bureau. This deficit is said to be six milliot of dollars. It is no wondei that one portion of the Repub lican party refuse to 6uppor1 Grant for re election. The following complimen ; tary notice of the Republican nominee for Supreme Judge, we clip from the West Union Feonle's Defender: Welch, the Radical nominee for Supreme Judge is an ex cellent man in his way but it is not a very enticing way. He will be recollected as the gentleman who got drunk be tween Hillsborough and Win Chester, and lost his over-coat in the latter place, in 1871. He was in company with Judge . Dickey and" Judge Green, who were also drunk and laid around this town for nearly a week, di inking and spewing, and rendering them sel...

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

u ljc (Enquirer FtTBIilHIIKO R VKRY WKUNKSDA V BY KMTOH JMtlV fltl.l'ltlKVtMt; Brevities. For Fine Perfumery, go to Sis son's DrugPton. The recent wet woatner has pla ced the ground in rensonably good condition for spring work. Tin rooters are to fro seen no more on our streets. Am, tho protty girls in McArtlVtrr lire getting "Duly Vttrdcn" dresses to wear this summer. Tub time is here when docayod tegetation in cellars, and all cess pools, should be removed. There ars springs in parts of Vin ' Ion counly, which have nevor failed before in the memory of those liv ing, that havo now ceased to flow. Get a "Volley Dwden,"' and be in stylo. All the ladies want one. lrou "might as well bo out of the world as out of the fashion." Buttkr ia very scarce. If you "want to be an nngel," and "with tho angels 'stand,' " light . your fires with coal oil. It nevor fails. Daniel Hikjhih, of New Ply mouth, died on Friday, April 20th, aged 25 years.' Some people won't loam that cross Walks aro intend...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 1 May 1872

tjtlje ; (Enquirer. . A I'.,.. A.l,fl nut noma. . J. W. BOWENi Edit Wc Aillui r. Hay 1 . IS?3 Terms of Subscription. ... at Ml I Ono cony, '(Mo eivnv. no year,... .81 ' ' . , to jte eepy, o "'""' 10 1 """ " 8 0(1 uni.... n1KM'Mntv.t TOSTAGE vltiun mo imo - 1J suuw-t." Advertising Rates. ; advening t, a shorter period than lime iintli.chreodtth.Wvetatu.. advertisements " lur ""r1"'" ,,,,, , lutroniuu50c.uui per square for each additional Kulo d Flsnt Wk- o.n(j..MHI...ul. 19 runs t 8 no J 5 no 6 nO T 00 11 9 WO (MX) . H" in no 1.'0 1100 " in o 87 "0 a l nil t KUU ' "me sqnare, Two squires, riiroo squares; Flier squires, til SqliaOS, column, 1? ,klt,mn. 10 on vi on 15 00 in on V.7 on 41 mi so oo On, column, A bills ilao (Mi iii-m. insertion ... -, - Hills with rajular advertisers to be pM ees-aocxmlin,, to Ibollbcrallty ol tho punk. Uesih N.of Kanaway Wives or llubb.mls-doubU ' Yearly advertisers entitled to quarterly "' Advertisements not otherwise ordered, wll be con. Hanoi until ord...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 8 May 1872

rTWff 11 lrttJ;'ir- T i v. tiiiW wilt M'AKTIIUK, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: (WEDNESDAY,! - MAY 8, Wt. S $1.50 PER "fEARf I . I IaAdtanos. KO.:lT; f " J. W.BOWEN, I I Publisher and Proprietor, i VOL. 6. Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE. On and after Nov. 19 . 1971, Train will . run aifolloWK m p-i 7 -J 31 S 3t t- tt : to 1 :.S : an -J i si s it U V u 1 21 s l- ci r; -J .a : ; : : ; : : : : : S - S 5 i -ji -f hi CO B o o w B 33::?!;! it fi X SO - 1 I- 1- lI33!3 35 i 3 :Kb!'fl'4 5 f r. t: "' r w 4 L" 3 :r a o ' ? i sr WW tc W ?f tfl io 0 a i ; ; i : i : : : : 535355?? cmcrVN'ATI KXI'ItR-St will run iliilly. All oilier Trains fl illv, exviit Hiindny. (MSUIVVTI KXP11IW RAT making no Htnn lmlwenn ir unili'n nml Athns. : -I : i 1 H i . j3j : : SS a a, M O g u:wii ... -. r i -H i-i '::! u a i- ; -, . a t : :i : ; : '' : V. t a -i a M lies Portsmouth Branch. Mall. Aocommmhtflnn, Jlop. Ha-n lnn .1 i-kfon ArV. P'irtJwnniitH l).ip, r ir'KinnuMi 1.45 v. M. (1:1m a. m. 7.0H...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 8 May 1872

l)c (Enquirer, liSirthnJr North Uo ol-Malu Btrool, Ku-st i CinrlllonsO. 3. W. UOUEN, Edltt. f JlcArthur, . . May 8, 1872, Greeley Still at the Head. Every since we can remem- Icr, Horace Greeley, of New York, has hernial the opposi tion to the Democratic party, and now a National Conven tion Las placed him at the lead of the ticket for the highest office within the gift of the people. Having construct ed the Republican party, ho is , the proper man to select to go , forward to reconstruct aud '. purify it. The thousands of honest Republicans who assem bled at Cincinnati well knew that Greeley was the only man in their ranks capable of taking the field for the pur. . pose of putting an end to the corrupt and wicked Grant , faction. Greeley is a mighty . man, notwithstanding the fact that he has but few relatives. Greeley will not recieve the support of the Democratic party; he docs not expect it; the Democratic party is not in the slighest manuer committed in tliA nr-tinn nf the conv...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 8 May 1872

ljc.(Snqutm. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY J. W. Bowen, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Brevities. ForPuro Drugs and Medicines go to Sisson's. Latb hours wilt load some of tlio boys of our town to the ponitodtia ry or matrimony. Tbo MoArthiir Enquirer dosireR to engage-ft printer of tho femalo porsuasion. Jackson Standard. One portion of tho young portion of thopooplo nttond church for tho purpoao of showing thoir now 'duds.' , The frogs those melodious un foathorod songsters, aro making themselves board in tho big ponds. "Fairh.ay" must send us his or her original namo not for publica tion, howeror before wo can com ply with the rcquost mndo. We nro informed that a now com. pany has organized and is making preparations to commonoo operas t,ioiia ub Vlwton;' tVrliuxoi The day's aro lengthening nt the ' ralo of a miiuilo and n quarter ov. cry twenty-four hours, and this ratio continues, until Juno 21. There is'nt the least doubt but what many girls would givo up 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. — 8 May 1872

(Jl)c (uqutm J. W. BOWEN, Editor. RIcArtlmv. May 8 187 2. Terms of Subscription. On. onpy. n.. year,... J! W I On o-PY. J mM"1 ?!! One wpy, 8 umii.lia-... I "H mM" " If not within the year Clubs of Twenty 20 t-u. n-...r,l(i Xmiulrrr emulates FUH.S BiuTtuu within the limit ufVlntun Ooiinty. . ....... i.. nfu . .ILnnntlniianon at the nd of the h nVwhlrlN l for, will be luksn uo snew engagement i iubMjrliMin. Advertising Rates. rTrTliorpiui) occupied by llliniof tlild(Nnprl - . 1 i ...1 l.,.nrtl,,n Inai.rttnll " All ailiertl.lnir for a shorter period than Hirer m intlis oliameil at the abnvr nites. . a. i Lfcnl Artv'rllwiiumll'i" per aqiisra for first I uVrtlls Mi-l ."X'" .r.l.ro for ouch additional IrwHrsinn, Kl .ml Klirure Wurk-60 cents no minim.. II Hills', 0 ni". 13 mn "Ine square, Twii squr res, Diree squires, i'our squ ires, Six equals, column, column, g 8 no r mi 7 (in 0 no 111 00 14 00 1.1 on III) 7 00 ' 0 00 11 CO u no VII (SI ii ; no S K in 11100 IS on 1 no ii on iT no 44 on ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 15 May 1872

f J, W. I Publlsliir VOL. G. BO WEN, X and Proprietor. ) M' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO; WEDNESDAY,' MAY 15,. 1872- 11,50 PER TEAR, i 1 ' : In Advance . NO. is: Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road, TIME TABLE. On nd rtr Nov. 19. 1871, Trains will ; s ; :b :::::: ; : a : : ; : ; : : j 1Q 3 I-1 ' -5 it I H m W ts o B o o H t 1 J q 33 ; ; r r ; ; , Uoii!.ii iri """" 22!!! .2s : : : :ii J :::; j -; I-31 1-Er: 13 7. c o w. w - 7t a 5 0. ' i i ::::: '.3 fi ?i pi -i i 11 - r. s ss " ....... 1 !St?r ""5" a 1 . . iJ-W : a Si S :. :2 r: 2 2 0 " S gad 3 2 1 a -1 . rM lies .!!:::::::: TiflliH 1 ft - -f ' ?i J pi -i 1 im 1 1 Si 3 - H w o B o o h- t- i ? tc L-1 I- I- 1 cc X c; i C c 2 at ! ::::::::::;: :a j ?i ri W w r to too ?.t5?.;,1 ""2 i o : Pi H a ; ; (:lMr:lXTl KXlllR-H will nm dully. All nthor'l'Mlm 'I -ill v, 'x,-"pt Hinuliiy. i:lNi:iNN'IT KXl'IlK.iH KMT makes no Hlop linlwonn II.i"il(U)H mill AlllPtlR. Portsmouth Branch. ', Unit, Aenmiimnilitlliiii. l)rti. nam-l-n ! ". (I: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. — 15 May 1872

etljc (Enquirer, omCE-lu Second Btory f ftntMteffT Morth Bid. ofMaia Street. KMtof tcrori Home. J. 1v. BOWKS, rattor. McArtliur, - - May 15, 1872, The National Liberal Republican Platform. In another part of this pnper the reader will find the plat form adopted by the Liberal Republicans at Cincinnati. The declaration of principle laid down surely can not fail to meet the endorsement of the honest and patriotic of the .Re publican party. The platform favors the appointing to office of only honest and capable men; denounces the land grant and such gigantic swindles; demands real civil service re form, and many other things that will bo enthusiastically endorsed by Republicans who are opposed to the re-election of Grant., Let our Republican patrons and friends carefully read and preserve the platform. An Outrage. f In adjourning the Ohio Gen eral Assembly without provi ding for the election of dele gates to the Constitutional Con vention, a great outrage has been committed upon popula...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 15 May 1872

(Elje (Enquirer PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY J. W. Bowen, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Gone Again. The House of Dan Will & Bro'b Is represented in the "Queon City" this week, by A. Will, of the firm, who will Select a rich and hnndsomo assortment of the very latest fash ionable goods, which will exceed all other lots they have hod on hand. Pay them a visit the last of this weok- Another Assortment. The House of Will & Co., a"t Za Jeaki, Will be filled with another stock of Goods this week, which will bo sold at reduced prices. Brevities. For Pure Drugs and Medicines For Pure Drugs and Medicines go to Sisson's. The wheat prospects have bright ened within the past three weeks. Tub avorngo salary of ft minister in Denmark is a $150 u year, and in this country, where politics are preached, it requires from J500 to 85,000 for snlaries. Jacoh Dump, of Kingston, has patented a hub for buggy wheels. The Mnriotta & Cincin nati Rail road Co., have 900 freight cars on on the road. Egbert...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 15 May 1872

J, tQWEN, Eaiw. TiicXtUmr, May 15. Terms of Subscription. If not p.dd hllUl 1110 ' vj2n oo r iiitcrpilo.-i. . . Advertising Rates. WB-Tliesiw.ee oeoupled by lOUncsof "JEta. Figure Work-80 cut. jAUttowl 8 IHO "" 12 mos. g 8 00 10 00 ia o Ino square, Twosqueres, rhroo squares, Four squires, Blx sipisi t 7 column, niilntnu. 7.00 'W 22 IS 00 8' "0 1 . .... . i 15 00 90 00 7 00 44 00 80 00 Qneitrtnin, BiMtnom Osrils, not exowdtnit .Tiin!. . All bills duo on ttntt lnmru.in ,"" V'";: Bills with reular'lvertl.orsto he p I. J ,r,1';t. lioslness Notloes-10 cents llnel M Nl' ws-.ooordlniftotbellber.llty oftbs parties, venlti "alSSrf BaMwv Wive, or n...b.nd.-Ionbl PYMrlv advertisers entitled ta quarterly ensnsros. Advftlionts not otherwise or.lereii. win tinned uutll ordered dlncoDtlnueu, anil cbsrged .coord. '"ting-Ions and Charltshte Notlces-fres. Constitutionality of the Adair Liquor Law. There 'seems to be an erro neous impression abroad in re gard to the decison of the Supreme Court last w...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 22 May 1872

I lEJJitf 1 WwlPif & f J, W. I PubllatioT VOL. G. BOWEN, I and Proprlutor.) M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OUIOf Wednesday, may 22, ist2. f.5b PER YEAR, , Iii Advance. J NO. 19. Railway Time. f7f: ,t rr.f C"S' Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE. On mid after Nov. 13 , 1871, Trains will run aatol lows: :a :::::: ; :b :::::: ; 3 ::::;: : y ' ; : : H in B o o . : : : : : : ' c & ' : : : : : 2 X t i o o 9 'J0 1- x o : : : i i ; : : :.: ' ' ' ' '. ' el J r.S rs iS 'is i 3 t- il t- 6 :nn w ti 3 ' . Jill,., I ?ffj5"S 3 3 2 s H S 3 0. 0 8 : d - eCo : -5a 2 ! Ok 1 s 5 ? ; s; S; ! ois is. jS ;, A it 3 ! M lies -i ii ?i it -i i-i c f" H. w W o O r) B -4 -r tw -? ii 'i it ?t vj - o -r 3 d f- n .71 -o -f i. ;1 o ' i--1-1-1-1- x. r r. - D r t-t-tt-::-- 5 'fi IN si. x r. c : - (,'IX':rN V'l'l KXl'RK-S will run daily. All otlHT I'r (lis il-illy, Kiit Sumliiy. .r VOINN ViT MXPRKS'' MAST miiUes no Bin') lintWi"."i Hi'ml'Mi anil AllnMit. TIME TABLE. Portsmouth Branch. M't it. A tici hi ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 22 May 1872

The Enquirer. L .., i. sua f Midu Stroot. fcuMt f 4T! mrt llouso. Jl HIIMK. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur,------May 22, 1872. The Grant Convention. The U.s-loss Grant Conven tiou is to Lc held in Philadel phia on the 5th of June. As there were fifty dentha from email pox in that city last week, we would advice the He publicans of Vinton county who intend to visit that Convention to get vaccinated before they start, especially with the Gree ley vaccine matter. "We regret to state that our dear friend, F. Montgomery, of the Logan Republican, will probably be taken to the Lu natic Asylum long before the campaign opens in earnest. The nomination of Greeley was more than Lis already cracked brain could stand. Poor Mont gomery ! pity he didn't go, while a little bit of a boy, "to be an angel and with the an gels stand." Organization of the Democracy. Tha T)omocraev of tho Board District, in Clinton Township, its- pombled at tho Board School llouso, on Saturday, May 4t...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 22 May 1872

The Enquirer. I'lTHI.lHllKl) KVRItY WKHNKS1UY BY or. W- :o 077-0x1, KDlTOlt A Nil PltOl-UIETOil. Brevities. For Pare Drugs and Medicines go to Sisson's, Every troo has commoncod tho "wearing of tho groon." . The three Furnaces at Juckson C. II. are now in blast. Pack your furs in camphor or tobacco aud tho moths will not dis turb thorn. Tub time to shear shoop is near ly horo. Wool will bo worth from 50 to 80 couts. Oar town pump ought to have a tin cup with a handle on it. The wunos of now subscribers tiro being added to our already largo list ovory week. This is a L'ood time for business men to advertise. In Blast. Richland Furrnco wont into blast on Monday, May litli, and is turning out a good ' quality of iron. The latcst.romcdy for destroying tho Fulnto Bugs is tho sprinkling of Buckwheat flour ou tho potato vines. Tiieke will be ono third of a crop of peaches in- Hocking county. Thero will bo ouo-touth of a crop in some parts of this county. Tub livery stable of j. G. Swet lan...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 22 May 1872

The Enquirer. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur, May 22, 1872. Terms of Subscription. aas."sias::s If nut piild within U y J Clubs of Twenty ,","'',', V'w ri Tti. Democratic Euqnirer " rosTAQK witlilw U'xtU ofYlntos County. t fnlhiM to notify s discontinuance at tho oml of the - . Ki I VU fur' will be takeo as s uuw , gsgointnt M taerlt lta. Advertising Rates. I pirtl dvcrt,lsi)ininls Jl "0 per qnw. for fir ,..X... 60 oitli per .guar, for each s.ld,tloual Inurntoii. Uul-utdFliar Work Ml ennts additional o innin g mot, . is mo.. Ins square, Two BquB res, I'lireo tipisret, Tour niu tret, dx sfpisros, s4 onliiinn, onlllinu, 8 It 00 I S 00 7 00 90 It 00 15 00 !0 00 !!7 00 J N (JO 6(10 T 00 t no 10 no 14 oo 15 00 10 00 12 Oil In 00 (0 00 S!7 00 U 00 60 00 line column, 8S 00 44 UD A 1 t.lllsi ne on nrst. insertion " Bill Willi reculiirsilvcrtl-eis to b nitd qmrlcrt . liUHlne. Notlo-10 omits HnS MsrrtuKO fio I-rf-.crr'llnS totl.ellblU-ofth. parties. JJnlh "nSSHumwv TVv6s o...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 29 May 1872

SB- M'ARTHUR, YINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1872. VOL. 6. J.W.BOWEN, I X FuLlIiber and Proprietor, J - 11.50 PER TEAR, 1 I Ii Advanos . NO. 20. Railway Time. Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE. On i.ndftr Nov. 19 , 1871, Train will . run follows: .8 ; 82j H ri M t3 o O in a 3g3 12 gWUt- 22: '4 : : i ' U ! j tfa . , -'-"'"T . Ml,. fc-' i i eo eirHHt2J'' i-1- tc IT i-ia : :5 : ; : i a : : : -a to . siJOiin .bo j g .a to w . o a V3 " & e Q -1 5 0.9 w5 pa- ? S 5 M lies 3 -i IH W -A M a o o w v i f' w ic o se t-1- t-V' 2 so " " H v 3 : 32 J 252 33 CIXCIVNWn KXPHK-SH will run dally A tl ll.An,.l .... ,1 .. II . nvilnnf LI ii ...l.i if niNCINtJ ATI KXI'ftKKS KAHT imikes no utop hotwoon HiuiKlmi una AIhciim. Portsmouth Branch. thiU. AaaommoittMin. Hop. itaitnlcn .luck nn Ar'T. Porlsmont.h )on. l'.irim'.utli Ar'v. .friokson llaunlon 1.15 i. i. 4.M) " 9.15 A. M. ll'.: " P.M. 0:00 A. M, 7.(W " in..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. — 29 May 1872

l5C inquirer, r)rnCE-Iii Bfitond finny of HoM tiitlrtlnR. HmtH Suia of Mailt Btioot, H-" -Court Houm T.eliV.re 9. W. BOWKX, Editor. ilcArth.ur, . - May 29, 1872, Pay Your Railroad. It will be seen by referring to the notice to the stockhold ersof the Gallipolis, MeArthur and ColuraUii It. It. Co., that the Board of Directors request the payment of the third in stallment of 10 per cent, en each share, on or before J une 22J. From President Langley we learn that so soon as a suffi cient amount of stock is paid in Vinton county fifty or seventy-five men will be set to work on the line between Dun das nna MeArthur. Let the Stockholders pay their install ments forthwith, so tlm grand enterprise can go ahead. The work can be commenced as soon the stockholders begin to pay their installment. You all know that it requires money to build a railroad. A few dollars from each of you would be sufficient to start the work between this place and Dun-das. The Washington Patriot es- t.mates the stea...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 29 May 1872

(Eljc (Enquirer. PUBliIBHW) BVEBY WEDNESDAY BY JSD1T01I AND PROFRIETOB. Brevities. . For Pure Drugs and Medicines go to Sisson'B. "Come whoro whoro my love lies dreaming," and soo how sweetly Bbo looks without any paint on her faco. The Tabornaclo Mooting of tho Methodist nt Logan was largely at- londod. It closed on Monday, May 20th. We had an excollont rain in this county last woolc. It was worth Thousands of dollars. Fon a glass of delicious soda wa 'torcall at the now Drug Storo of 0. T. Gunning. It is sorvod up there in tho best stylo. Tue best way to build tho Gal lipolis, McArthur & Columbus and tho Farmors' & Minors' Railroad is to vote for a tax that wll mako it equal on all sides of tho houso. . Wool in Ross county is hold at from Ql to 80 cents; in Madison county at from 05 to 70. .Our neighboring town of Logan has organ izod a Board of Trado. The .following uro tho officers ; Hon. 0. CASE,Prosidont. Hon. C. W. James, Vio Pros't. II. L. Wright, Ehij., Secretary. R...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 29 May 1872

The Enquirer. J. BOWENi Editor. Me Arthur. May 29, 18T, CROP ITEMS. In Putnam county, III., the prospect for fruit never was more flattering Corn planting in Johnson county, 111., is about over for this season, " W.'L. Sullivan, of Illinois, Las plauted this season 20,000 acres of corn. Wheat in Koaciusco county, Indiana, generally looks better than was anticipated. Wheat in Warren county, Ind., is suffering from the rav ages of the chinch bug. Wheat in the vicinity of Si oux City, Iowa, is up to five inches and looking finely. The growing wheat crop in Polk county, Iowa, is said to be of splendid prospect. i The growing wheat in Jer sey, county, 111., is greatly dam aged by the long-continued drouth. Lyon county, Iowa, this year will put in about 10,000 acres acres of crops, small grain and corn. Fruits of all kinds in the vi cinity of Dcs Moines, Iowa, promise better than they ever did before. Winter wheat never looked better in Fond du Lac county, Wis., than it docs at the pres e...

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