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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 5 June 1872

I $1.50 PER YEAR, 71 la Advance. J VOL. (. . HOWEN. I no: 21. ,er and Proprietor J M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: - WEDNESDAY, JUNE. 5, 1872. Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. On muJ uflor Nov. 19 , 1871, Train will run as follows: : a : : : .: : ; :o : : : : : : Msi ' i ; 3" vj w oi ai Ji 1 U :1 4 4 lO 1 : t :1 I-1 1' Mi Us 2 k - " 5 . '. a ,.0 : : : : 2 : : C ' 3 V ;5s c. u C M lies is . s c? jo 31 o - - -r - -- it -r -r -r H to '4 2 2 3 3 1 232 S 8 S 2 2 ft n n -. s ec -1 i-1-1 i- x x c; r - c to 5 o 1 2 7 " : : I. ft iH i.-j 'J 22353 1-15 (IV INS ATI r.XI'UN : will -in ilnily. All I'r iIm.h il ilh'. !il SiiuiKy- N 1 N WI KXIMIK.-W K.VST inaliM nn 'tawnmi ilimlii -i !( AtliciiM. Portsmouth Branch. Uiiif, AcCHHiHnitnfinn. llll-). 'l l'lllilMl A f' . C'lrlsiU'intli IkMikl'ortsm -.nth A r'v. .fui'CH ii II am Ion I.CiP. . M. (1:00 A. M. 7.(1(1 " 10.ro H-.'ifl 5.IM " 4.10 15 A. . H. irw rJ I p. v. Trains Connect at Loveland K ir -ill Ml lU ' I. It tin Mlmii...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 5 June 1872

ljc (guquitcv. . Cnrt House. w. BOWKN, Kdltor. . Jane 5, 1872, M fcArtlwr, Grant Corruption Con- J. M ft - ventlou assembles in; PbiladeN Vhia to-tlay. It will consist of 714 delegate?, all of whom are committed to the retention in power of the present regime, ' Grant's nomination i3 assured; the whole thimg is cut and dried; the eighty thousand office-holders have decreed it so. The office-holders and offices seekeis will burn powder at tha Government expense, the bread and butter brigade will be there in full force to applaud, and all , of Grant's relations 1 will rejoice with exceeding joy. The people mourn as the shad ow of death ; passes over the land. ' ' There are between one hun dred and two hundred Repub licans in Pourtsmouth who have already pronounced for Greeley, and others are wait ing who expect to don white Lais. They are substantial men at that. One Republican has a list of seventy-five who are ready for action at the proper time. But vie do not propose to publish 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. — 5 June 1872

Ijc inquirer. PUBLISHED BVEHY WEDNESDAY BY EDITOR AND l.'HOl'RIETOIt. Brevities. What nro you goiug to do on the 4th of July? Qijitb a number of children in our town are sick. Tub tirao for strawberries and cream is approaching. More now Hubscribors last woolc. Bend in the names. Ir is about timo to got up a good crowd and go out 'pio-uioing.' Many of tho farmers are taking the wool off thoir shoop. ForAyer's Medicines, go toG. W. Sisson's. Too many dogs in this town. Tlioy should be sot traveling with tin-ware. F. M. Lottridok, of Portland, Iiul,iU9 oponed.fl bran new black smith shop at that place. Arthur Valr, fn-morly of this county, is now . traveling in Jay county, Tnd., repairing clocks, Jow dry, &c, For Pura Drugs, and Medicines goto Sisson's. Tub bathing Benson' lias common cod, timl llio timo is at hand- when mothers should warn their little b'lys to 'loop aw ly from t!ie water till they learn t aw iin.' Tub Engineer corps engaged in the preliminary survey of tho Far m...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 5 June 1872

ljc (Enquirer- J, W. 80W1W, TUtor. McArtlmr; June 5, 1872. Cuba imports paila from us. Business is flat in Ne w York. Base ball is illegal at Qiun- III. Teal never was so thin in Boston. Tennesseeans mostly wear Bkin-fit pants. There are over 400 Baptist churches in London. England is becoming infa moua'for wife murders. Freeport, 111, is rearing a $130,000 court house. Forty-four daily papers are published in Faris. Evergreens are dying in Indi ana and everywhere. . Carl Schurz loveato play dismal tunes on the Piano. We export a million dollars' worth of lard a month. Oshkosh, "Wis., has abolished auctions of every kind. Ilorsethieves are doing a brisk business in Illinois. The Chicago press has quite ceased to talk of the fire. A Norwich, Conn.,drinkery adjoins a "coffin saloon." Brick' Pomeroy is opposed to Greeley and Brown. Smallpox appears to be on the increase in Philadelphia. New potatoes are already in market in Southern Ohio. Grape growers are elated at the prospect for a ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 12 June 1872

SW'-.TJSV ',Jf'. VOL. 6. FoLliiun and Propria tor, J . TtOWEN. I M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1872. ($1.60 PER TEARa NO. 22. Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. On ni) sifter Nov. 19 , 1871, Trains will , run na follows: :d : : o : ! : ; ; ' : a :t ; i . : ! . . ; ; ; i to ,5 oo t- w io 0 v ; 82 : H m n o to H as d tJ ! ! ! : : : w E DM 52 : ri J : : : j : : : : : : i si afi fl t V ?j 3 -J inTi in rjTi"' j 1 ; !".. I- o t- i(5 LLi! & ! 0 : : si : : : i : a : : i: & Q -1 to c SSI : Sa8t2i ill "8 ?5,8''siS T". . H w M a o o 2S?;S? 2 : 3 !2 8 S 5 S S S 2 2 ?! - U U333hh;h ti n M M W W f iO t(5 10 109 .3 i 5 : : : : : IN'CINX.VTI EXPRK-H will run daily. AIIthfirTraln rl tlh, Rxitopt Sunday. :iNATI KXPIUOSH KAHT iriukes no linlwiien Ilni'iulniriuid AUions. Portsmouth Branch. M-tll, Atwom mofttttinn, Dop. TT i'Ti'lon .I-I.i?l.sntl Ap't. I'Drtsmoiil h J) P')rr8innuUi Ai'v. Imkion Hairi'lcn 1 i M.-.p. m. (1:011A.M. -I. (1 " n is a. st....

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 12 June 1872

&!;c (Enquirer, 8J.ta f M.IU trct, kwl of ft itirt uoiise, Arthur. -. - -j Jane 12, 1872, To the Democracy of Ohio. At a mooting ot Urn Donioi-nilU'. Co.itr.il Oom mlllfcof Ohio, held lntl.oCalyorC,1.inih...so.l Tuesday, May &h, 115, in which II or.Ui- t,o hol l nn llio 27tli .lay or Juno, A. I). l!. -, nt tlio city of Clovolnnd, to nominal o a btnto lio. Pt nn-l select four di-le-jiitcs nt Ini'Ko to llio ra tional Dcnmcrntic Convention to lie held M the city or lluUtmore July 8th, 1572. You nre therefore winkled to moot at the city ofCloveliunl ou said th .lay of Juno, A. 1. 1872, In compliance with tho nhovo resolu tion, to nominate cnmU.lutcs for the follofflitR State ofll.-fs, to-tvlt: MGCIJETAP.Y OP STATU, SUmUME JUDGE, ,.. MKMUKR NOAM) OF VUT.hlC WORKS. And you ro further i-c.iucmc.1, nt u time awl pluco, to elect lour di-li-Kiito nt ''""H1" aud four alternates to thoNati.mal Democratic Convention to be held In tho city of lla'.Umorc, July 0tli,187i It was further orde...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 12 June 1872

'2tl)c "(Enquirer. " J-UlliiWHUUtSViiltV WKU.NKHJAVBV 0". "W. Bowon, KlUi'Olt AM) 1'KUPUIKTOU, Brevities. - For Fino Perfumery, go to Sis s oa'a Drug Ptori. ' The black borry crop will not bo quite so largo us hist your. ' J. A. Fkltom will comraonco re building soon. FARMpnsI TUo your wool to tlio Allorisvillo Woolon Mill and luivo it manufactured. Anotuiir remedy for pelting rid of tlio potato butf ia Carbolic Acid Ono ounco 'if Acid in two gallons of w'iitor, Pjii'inlvlod over tlio virion, is miffleioiit to drivp tho biis from a good big jm tcli. "Rom ico," tlio groat, elephant bo hngingto Ad.un Foi'0iiuigh' show, died at Chiuugp, on Friday, Juno 7lh. Our reudura will remember that 'Uoinoo' was with Forepuugh's b!iow, which exhibited at JIcArthur ' a year ago. The valuablo dog, belonging to J. (.1. Swelland, -jr., was killed by jioisoii hint wool: Brevities. Farmers and Everybody! Brevities. Farmers and Everybody! LOOK HERE! You want to buy Hardware, Farming Tin jK'ineiitd, Harve...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 12 June 1872

I)c '(Enquirer. J. W.OWHJ, Editor. McArthur, Juno 12. 1872. Merited Distinction. The well-known Groton Junction, on the great thor oughfare of the Northern Linea 1o JJoston, has ceased to be. With a large and increasing population, proud ns well n9 prosperous, its citizens, in n mass meeting assembled, have voted to change the name of their town to "Ayers" after one of the best men known in America, Dr. J. C. Ayers, of Lowell and the Legislature of Massachusetts has enacted that decision into a law. We commend their choice, for not only is the name short and dis tinctive, but Dr. Ayer'a Medi cines have made it gratefully known to the ends of the earth. Probably no living man has carried relief to such multi tudes of the sick as be, and this high honor, lrora his neigh bora, tells the estimation in which he is held by those wh know him. If ours were a steam .Loco motive wouldn't we blow the whistle loud and long! We tool good all over at the bright ening monijd prospects for in creas...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 19 June 1872

. 'It.?. V ItJftitU -it 1 ' t - " l ; : -, 1 1 ! H' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 18T2. f J.W.BOWETf, I I Pubhsior sua Proprietor. J NO. 23 VOL. 6. ....... H ." ft.. . ,f- - rv v. ... id k'-l til I i tA IVJ 3 ; f Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. and alter Nov. 19. 1871, Trains will w . run B8 follows: . H ; q ; : . : : ; ; : b ! ' ' ' ' ' ! a : : : : : : ! N M j : 3 i 82 : o3 fl T tf? S i $ :8 ni w w K o r- 2 3 "iiiiii illiiiiS .----Ti-- - ; : I ; ; ; i i A : ! Sij ... cu o Tt ih M - q 'fl (si ks f-; ; 2 : : : J : : WlioTiggg gaS)ggi58S!8a'- 0 1 .;a : r :' C i S 2 d cd ..3 '. U) r2 S2 S :l-5; a. Cij' 3 S .25. :'3: W B -3 (3 l z . a 54 o3 a ft WvW. 5 It:: :i: : : h a, ; : -. . . r,i.tr ft 03 ? 3 2 i'i :j j .i... WWSi 6 W Ti -1? m ic p m c m n to o A io ;3f O K?.( to 48- flO m m s- ; CINCINNATI EXPRESS will run dally. AlUithei'Tralnsdnllr, oxnopt Bnndny. CINCINNATI EXHlEWB EAST makes' no Btop between H...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 19 June 1872

$l)c nqmrer Qaurt Home. J. W. BOWEN. Editor. Mo Arthur, Jan19, 1873, DEMOCRATIC COUNTY T . . MEETING I Selection of Delegates to the State Convention, &c. : The Democraoy of Vinton county are request ed to meet In County Meeting, at the Court House, in MoArthur, on Saturday, June 3, 1873 At S o'clock P. M., for tho purpose of selecting FOUB DELEGATES To represent the Democracy of said county in the State Convention to bo held at Cleveland, on the th ol June, and for the purpose of choo sing a Democratic County Central Committee for the ensuing year, and to transact such other business as may come before the meeting. We respectfully urge a full attendance of the Democracy of the county at the meeting. By order of the Dem. Cen. Com. JOHN MAYO, Chairman. C. W. HOLLAND, DANIEL BOOTH. PATRICK KEEFFE. J. W. Bowbn, Secretary. To the Democracy of Ohio. At a meeting of the Democratic Central Com mittee of Ohio, held in the City of Columbus on Tuesday, May 88th, 1ST, in which it was order...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 19 June 1872

Stlje (Enquirer, PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY BY T. "W. Bowen, EDITOR AND PKOl'RIBTOH. Brevities. Ilow are you now? Get your picture taken. Vote for tho Railroad Tax. Pio-nics all over the country. 1 On a high tho price of flour. What has become of our Base Ball Club? m The "Gluxon Boys" meet almost every night ForAyer's Medioines, go to Gi W. Sisson's. The crop of dog fennel will be very large this year. ?- For Fine Perfumery, go tq Sis son's Drug Stor Ik ' : A stroll 'neath (ho wild wood's leafy shade will be pleasant now, ', To discontinue advertising in dull time's is like' tearing out a Jd am when the watqr is low. ;.: ; ;;:' " Tun American Farmer's Advocate and the McArthur Enquirer will be sent to any .address, ono year, for $1.75..": C: v; The wool trade in this place has been quito brisk during the past few days. E D. Dodgo, the princi pal buyer in the county, is paying from 60 to 65 conts for clean washed wool. The Master of Transportation's Car on tho Marietta & Cincinna...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 19 June 1872

l)t (Jruqmrer, ' j. W. BOWES, Editor. 19. 1872 MoArtliiii4, Jun.i rri Trniitnn 'Iteerisiei; mm- nouriqes that J ucfce Jobuson is not a' cnudidate'for Congress. ; The 'nineteenth, annual Fair of the Meigs County Agricult ural Society will be .held : on the 13th and 14th of Septem ber! "The Ironton Journal and Register prefer. Hon. II. S. Neal as the RepuMicm candi date for Congress in this Dis. trict. ! : The earnings of the Marietta ; and Cincinnati Railroad from January 1st to the end of. the second week in May amounted to. over $625,000; increase over the same period of last year, $83,000. On the first day of August, Kanawha county,' - Weal v ir crinia. votes upon. the question of subscribing $525,000 to the capital stock ot-the JNortnern and Southern ' West'. Virginia Railroad Company. We are glad to note the fact tthat'our friend, C. B. T. Moore, ofPoiut Pleasant, has been nominated for re-election as Judge of the Suprenm Court ot Appeal, of West Virginia. We hope he may . be tr...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 26 June 1872

.hi.. II. HI i't.V. ,!)l,YM,') . ; .M ) ir,UI'jj;';'tV 'JUU1L in I ; COUNTY; OHIO: WEDNESDAY,') JUNE 26 1872.- VOL. 6. J J.W.BOWEJT, l I PubllshM and PropristM. M' ARTHUR, VINTON i I' 'ilU f rl II; H ISl ir. Ilsl ffllllr iPI l" ( "ST 1 r i i 1 1 1 1 11 III tltl IH f I Ill lilt J 1. I1U! li 11 111 II A 11' J . Kl r II I I UuV,. t 'J SUM tiUtlj IV U 7 I V M irn . . Railway Time. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. Great National Short Line Route Great National Short Line Route East and West. Only Direct oute to the National Capitol and astward. ' On ami after Monilny, Novombor 10, Trnlns Will run ah follows : fAUTWJTiii .Ctn'nntl fiut Mail . KASTWAKV. jftjpwM. Line. Eapm: ..... . Dopurt Piirkornburir 8 40 Am tl 00 Pm 6 SO Vm Cumherlanil SnPin 805 Am 2:00Am Hnrper'i Ferry 644" lOOPm 6:48" AVaahlriKtonJuuo'n. 9.'W " 445 Pm 8:80" Arrive Baltimore 850 " 4 05 " 8:50 , Waalilnfrbon 1100 " 815" 10:00 " riiilnclelplila &1AmU80" l:0Pm Now York 618 ' 6 15 Am 1:40 An AVESTWABD, , ." Depart New Yo...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 26 June 1872

Tr (El)c (Enquirer. OFFICE in Becouu 01017 ' j. r. HOWIK. Kdltor. McArtiur, Jaui2,W. Democratic Primary Election. Ohio, wll The Daraocracy of Vtatoa County, t.t at J o'clock T. o. Saturday, July 187S, at the placet hereinafter .peciflcd, for the pnrpoM. of holding- a Primary lotion, mt choosing candidates for the following: County Ottcw: BHXBIFF. -CLERK. ' TREASURER. PROBATE JUDGE. 1 . CORONER. COMMISSIONER. la Clinton Townihip, the election will be held In Hamden and at the Saltt School House; In Eiehland Tp., at Allenirllle and the Darby School Houie; In VTllketTiUe, at the Hawk School Houm; In Brown Tp at the Two-Mile School House; and In Eagle, Swan, Jackson, Klk, Madison, Harrison, Vinton and Knox, at the unal place of holding election in aid Town, ships. That upon meeting at each of said placet those present shall appoint a Chairman and two Tell era, whose duty it shall be to receive the votes, keep a correct poU-book of those Toting, count h miM. Mid kenn a tall of the votes:...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 26 June 1872

QL)t (Snquirer. PUBI.IHHKI) RVKRY WEDNESDAY BY ar. w. Bowon, KDITOR AMD PROPRIETOR. Brevities. Strawberry festivals have superseded State sociables. . Never lose your self respect; if that is lost, all 19 lost. Gk B. Will has removed his storo to tho basement room of tho Shock ey House. How did you onjoy tho extremely warm weather last Thursday? Du ring the afternoon hours tho thor mometer marked just 100 I The plastering of the fine house of 0. P. Ward will be done by Chester French. A' Wisconsin postmaster, $700 short, says the rats ate up the money, which is consid ered too gauzy for the season. A million dollars in gold, according to the figures at the mint, weigh . just about two tons. Laboring men, do you want the price of labor raised and work made, plenty V If you do, vote for the railroad. J. J. Bell has erected a fine lookhifr aicrQ in front of his O o A Grocery, in the basement of the Shockey House. "We noticed last Thursday that some of the Ross county farmers, along the...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 26 June 1872

Sl)c atquirtr. i. ,W. BOWES, Editor.. 1'-: A Nice Man for the Foreigners to Vote For. [From the Chicago Tribune.] In 1854, Mr. Henry Wilson was the chief "of. the' jKnow,;. Nothing organization in"' "Mas Rftrhcsetts. which' nartv. in' fee- - -, , j , cret conventioni nominated a candidate for Governor,' who . was elected; ; Mr. Edward Ev--erett, who i was ! then United . States: Senator; resigned and the Knowothihg Legislature elected Mr." Henry Wilson to : fill the' vacancjr.vt Mrl ' Wilson '.. did not take: his seat until the 10th of February, 1855, andoii the 23dof ihh same1 month, jin a IODg debate oil a bill provi ding for the enforcement of the United States lawo,' he repent edly spoke iof ,the American Know-nothing i party,') Sviih which A act." . !. He claimed : jo be, and was;-(the' 'representa tive of that party in the) Sen.- fit r n",'umm"mmLjrm j On the; first Qf March,' JS55, Mr. Wilson, ai the Senatorial representative of tliat; party, presented the potition of zens of...

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 July 1872

7.-.. ;. u kmom :, M'ifRTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO:. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1872. VOL. ,6. , , v. i , ,t m p5liiS MdPropiif. " -i- !.' '"',: ' $1.50 PER YEAR, I I In Advance. NO. 25. M ' WAS bm til Railway Time. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. Great National Short Line Route Great National Short Line Route East and West. Only Direct Route to the National Capitol and Eastward. On and after Monday, Novoinhor 19, Trains will run as follows : (!ln'nati ' Faitt j Hail Express. Line. Empress. EASTWARD. Depart Pitrkei'sbuvg Cumberland Harper's Ferry Washington Juuc'n. Arrive., Baltimore Washington ,,. Philadelphia New York ' - -vr:vtr-un. . "r '..,.. NewYork... riiilndclhln..k.... Washington Baltimore Arrive Washington Jnno'n. Harper's Ferry Cumberland Patrkersburg 6 40 Am 813 Pm 11 00 Pm 8 05 Am 1 00 Pm 4 45 Pin 4 05 " 615 " BSOPm 2:01) Am 6:48 " 8:80 " B:B0 ' 10:00 " 1:20 Pm 1:40 Am 641 " 9 30 " 50 1100 " 8 85 Am 610 " 11 80 " 6 15 Am HftOPm 8 80 Am 400 Am 7 45 " 860 " 917 12 03 Am 8 40 I'm 12...

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 July 1872

H)t nqnirer aWiuc Worth iflo srt Street, 01 C ivn llinwu. JtteArttirr, - Jul7 3 1872 Democratic Primary Election. The nomocracy of Vinton Comity, Ohio, will meet at 1 o'clock p. M.,ou Saturday, July .flllh' 1S72, at the plrnies hereinafter spci ihYd, for the purpose of holding a Primary Election, onil choosing candidates for tlio following C'ouuly .Offices: SHERIFF. CLERK. TUEAKlTllK.lt. PR01UTE Jl:UOK. ". COIIONKn. ' ' ' . COMMISSIO-SKK. m Clinton Township. Hp election will be hold in llamden and ut tho Salts School House; In Richland Tp., lit Allensvillo the Darby School House; in Wilkesville, at the J lawk School House; in Drown Tp ut tho Two-Mile School House; and in Eagle, Swim, Jackson, Elk, Madison, Harrison, Vinton and Knox, at the usn.il place of holding cU-eliou In said Town ships. That upon meeting at each of said places (hose present shall appoint a Chairman and two Tell ers, whoso duty it shall be to receive the votes, keep, a correct poll -book of those voting, count 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. — 3 July 1872

THE1; GAS-LIT CITY OF TENTS, . V 1 LJ j, liiU . A 1 yjlipfij lVi ....., .1 it. ' . ' '!"'" r.;;r(! jut.-; yj,L,jj i I'HVyUALl Al . -'.H WIT V'WVAf.Mi i-'. iVHi ; ) .;i!r. ... : O' " - 'i nil .": - :i .j-5 . :r . V..-,.- . ,-. ..... -. lvy-r.;JwAAii.1 ! X A. .a. . r s ... a I IjOSSTQ'mp & IIKNDERSON'S,'-. " Cant van, Menagerie, - :"- i Muscui)il'Jlfpiahome and r: ;; ; , t , , !",;IZ-)i!.''I.!'in': ,i!:,,,1,,'f':,(,''.7e Monarch?, ''.') j .AMI.. .).. ' i I'ii'P . I ,,l "ON ITS MAJESTIC M A f(CH . 1U AN" AKJ1V ''!; MKV. :l rl'i- u POWER! .xt rAir.WAX:--'.- : r r -7 a. ,ii.rn a.m. I- KM' ANI'Vil-AN IT,. .. j, ; , ', . . IIKMHrilKKIC IIIIT.imtoAir. .1 :i CKXTruii;s ok rrmnstTiK. ( Yl I.Ki (IK SESSATInX, C" 1! 0 V l . V R 0 G R E S S ! V 6 P'U L A R T V ! I nctlijiust i bU '.in. ITS tans; 1 1 1 i mi i a bh i u Kr.to.i rkc. Xiili.iinili.iiii! Xliiiv.!ri.inniri.inif Hi'rrcnli.iii,iilllieiiiiir Hie .Mull -CHEAPEST AND GREATEST,' li,ciiiiiiiiloror ,hc toffiM ffoaHlifiil, irmii.l An.nsoim ...

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 July 1872

l)c ..(Enquirer. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. thur. July . lSS Couldn't Spell It. A Yankee from the Greeu Mountains visited the city of London. While passing thro' one of the thoroughfares, his attention was arrested by some specimens ot writing paper, ex nosed tor sale in a shop win- W. Seeing the proprietor of the establishment standing in the door, the Yankee asked civilly what he did with those nice bits of paper. 'We keep them to tie up gap seed in,' said the cockney snappishly. 'Ob, du du ye?' said Jon athan. Passing .u down the street a few steps,' our indig nant Yankee saw another mer chant. I sav. mister, can you tell me what that feller docs for a living what keeps them ere nice bits of paper at the win dow?' 'Yes, sir. He is a small dealer in paper and sort of a scribe. He writes letters for persons.' 'I reckon he is a small deal er and that he is a phnrisee as well as a scribe. Do you think he will write a letter tor me if I pay him for it?' 'Of course he will The Yankee thrust ...

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