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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 10 July 1872

.-, -wo.. . j .. '; . '.U.'l I' "ifl -M.: (! . ' . ; j 1 tsr- . . - ' h; r -:i - H ...... 'A .i.;t. j . . i '(' I., ra'l''-NO. 26. VOL 6. J.W.BOWEW, l' M'ARTHUR," VINTON i COUNTY, OHIO:- WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, -1872. her aad Proprietor. - Railway Time. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. Great National Short Line Route East and West. Only Direct oute to the National Capitol and astward. On and after Monday, November 19, Trains will run as follows t KASTWAKU. Reprtu. lint. '. lCvprvu. Depart Purkorsliurg 8 40 Am 11 00 Pm 5 SO I'm Cumberland 8 13 Pm 8 05 Am 2:09 AtA Harper's rrry 6 41" 1 00 Pm 6:48 " WiwhliistonJuuc'n. 9 30 " 4 45 Pm :. " Arrive. ....... Baltimore. 80" 4 05 " 8:50" Washington ....... 1100 " 15 " 10:00" Philadelphia ....... 85 Amlll 80 " l:S0Pm New York S 15 " 15 Am 1:40 Am WESTWARD. Dupart NewYm-k 10Pm (I HO Am :!0Pm . ' Philiuleluhla ....... 4 00 Am It 45 Pin 14:04 Am WanlilnRton 145 00" 6:45 1'ra Baltimore !. 8 50 " 405 Am 8:00" Arrive ' WashiiiKton Jnno'u. " 445 " 8:20" . ...

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 July 1872

)c (Enquirer, OFFICE-Tn Second Btort ' Of Bowen'j Bulldinff, North Bide ot Main Street. Iwt of Court iionsu McArthur,...-- Mf 1872 J, V. JV"i DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. 0 BWBBTABT OF BTATI, of Wayne County. JCDO OF BtJPBMB OOUBT, JUDGE JOHN ! OKIKNK, of Franklin County. 1IKHMJB OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. ISAAC B. BltET, of Licking County. Democratic Primary Election. The Democracy of Vinton County, Ohio, will meet at 1 o'clock r. h., on Saturday, July 30th 1878, at the places hereinafter specified, for the purpose of holding a Primary Eloction, and choosing candidates for the following County Offices: SHERIFF. CLERK. TREASURER. PROBATE JUDGE. CORONKB. COMMISSIONER. . In Clinton Township, the election will he held In Hamdcn and at the Baits School House; in Richland Tp., at Alledsvllle and the Darby School House: In Wilkcsvillo, at the Hawk School Hgnsc; in Brown Tp., at tho Two-Mile School House; and In Eagle, Bwan, Jackson, Elk, Madison, Harrison, Vinton and Knox, at the usual place 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. — 10 July 1872

THE GAS-LIT CITY OF v; ' " 1 WILL lE PITCHED IN .4 I 1 McARTHUR, 'B'BIIIA'S", JUIiT 12, 1872. ' ...... St , t If " -Si&Mit ' V:-.. 5tsV !aH!iYA.i iS&L iwa v j ; Hrf-, . . ROSSTON, 'SPRINGER & HENDERSON'S (K- B' IE A T ; MI A f 1 itf Caravan, Meriayerle, Museum, Hippodrome and , , ! ... Mohammedan MuseU Monarch, Tlie Master of tlie 91ammotli ! ON ITS MAJESTIC MARCH. ' h ' Z7J3 AltAJi, . ANIMAL AND AREN1C REVELATION OF THE AGE. Tne Tent JSertscitlorL AX ARMY OB MEW, A LFUION A POWER!. Nntionalijlng Nature, CHEAPEST ,AOT GREATEST niomlnatororiJveIHnilnKijncniealthfiil,HnieM, Amusement cvor Protected lv Enterprise, Perfected )y iiml Sustained by Capital. Having NO EQUAL, It la infinitely SUPEBIOH TO AIL and without a Legitimate Kival or Succesful Comnetitor. Separate Mammotn Pavilions WX&D ' by the Immense Audience j unuin nii-vnirin, uriKinai Aiwniiming anu mpiy Or National Natural Kingilom, In a canvas canopied Zoological Garden, by rnnivmpiaiou in perfect coiuxuion 01...

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 July 1872

' ' hi no UMini irrr,-- III " . J , r J.W. B0WES, EdltOft hi 1 ' ' 1 I July .10.197? McArthur I Stop at th AMiEicANliot no person from this part of 'the State, who may havo oooasion to visit Co lumbus, fail to stop at the American IIouho, uoarly ' opposite th State House. The ; House is becoming justly popular under; -.th, manage montof Col. 33.: J, SMVaTirJio ril assisted' by HaevbyCashatt, I. V' Tucker, and Haenir Cashatt, as Clerks, the kindest and most ac commodating -to bo., found. Tho Street Cars run to' arid from, the Co lumbus fc Hocking Valley R. R; Depot. Bost placo to stop in the city; v' " '. '"...i'.'ii. v Pomeroy's Democrat. To those wishing a choice paper we would recommend Pomeroy't Democrat, printed in Now York. No belter family paper i printed on the Amorican Continent- Even one of the Saturday Night chapters is worth a year' subscription. The Agricultural, the Miscellaneous, And the numerous othor departments, are usoful, amu- sing and instructive.. There Is infor...

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 July 1872

its ' i i ' .try '"Ife: 'to VOL G. f J, W. BOWEN, I I Publisher and Proprietor. J M'ARTHUR, VINTON. COUNTS, OHIO:- WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1872. 1 11.50 PER YEAR, l i InAdvtscs. J NO. 27. Railway Time. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. Great National Short Line Route East and West. Only Direct Route to the National Capitol and Eastward. On iiml lifter Mumlay, Novembor 11), Trains -will inn lis loiinwH : . (Hn'nati fait HaBT KA3T WARD. Krprtat.l Line. Bxprtit, ..... Depart Parkors''iirx Cumberland Harper's Kerry Wushiniton Juuo'n. Arrive Baltimore Washington Philadelphia ..New York .. . WEsi'lvARI). Depart New York Pliiludolpliln Washington Baltimore Arrive Washington Junu'u. Harper' Kerry Cumberland Purkei'slnirir 0 55 Am 3 5 I'm 6 40 Pin 2 ,'!:) Am 8 44 Am 1 12 I'm 4 45 " 505 8 25 " 0 03 " 8 30 " enH 10 00 " 85 Am 8 IS '. 5 61 8 2(J R45 " 10 00 " 1 !0 Pm 4 10 ' 12:24 Pm n 30 Pro 13 64 Am 8 80 Am 8:20 Pin 4:00 Am 8:00 Pm 8:60 A in 9:20 " 11 45 Pin 0 45 Pm 8 00 " 8 50 " 8 0O " 405 Am 4 25 "...

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 July 1872

w : trr-m-w -r-f IT1 VTTT TT "s: I ' " VdOTT nil wish o increase the prosperity of this township and'of flietowii,addlrfcaud;ciicBg t Imsiiir. create a' demand for labor and-crery. triad of produce,: develop the 'mineral re o.ircestliat.iie hidden only a few feet from tSie sisrfeee ljc (Enquirer, off-ipe-Iii Second Story of Bnwen's bSE M Jui BMe ol Muln'Blwct, East of Court llouso. ' J. IV. BOWKN, Editor. Mc Arthur, July 17, 1872. National Nominations by the People. FOR I'llliSIDTSXT, HORACE GREELEY. FOR VICE-l'IlBSIDEST, B- GRATZ BROWN- DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOtt EKCBliTAllT OF STATE, GENERAL AQUIHA WIlEy, of Wayne County. JVnOE OF SITREME COl'UT, JIDGE JOHN Jj. CKEENE, of Franklin County. MEMBER OF BOAllrfOF rniMC -w oiiks, ISAAC 11. KILEY, of I.irkiiiK Coiinlv. ' Democratic Primary Election. The Democracy of Vinlou County, Ohio, wllj meet ill 1 o'clock p. M., on Saturday, July 2th, ISTi, at the lacs lieroinnftcr spci'IlU'd, for the purpose of holclinR u l'rimary Election, iiml...

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 July 1872

l)c (Snqutmv IMNlliHIlim KVKKV WKDNKHPAY HV 3". W. Bowen, KDITOIt AND I'llOl'KIKTOll. Wanted, 10,000 Itailrou.t Ties. Apply to tlio Towimliip TrustOKS after tlio Kailroatl hits boon votou up. Hi- on your guard against impostors begging money. Mis. Jane M. Derning will again accept thanks for beauti ful bouquets. The Marietta Iron Works mado and Hold over half a million dollars worth of iron from January 1 to Juno ii). Oua friend, Lieut. J. A. AlksiiIre, of Jackson, was in town, his first vimt, lust Friday, looking around amoii tho fino'things we have. Cornrmub Karnes, of Swan Tp., will accept thanks for a lot of ex-, eollcnt ripe apples, which ho brought us last week. Tim roafitiiig, bro.iling, blis tering, bakings and boiling at raospliftiv been cooled olf. Gloriom ra'un did it! V !ii c. prewired to print tickets for t lie Ilailioad Elec tion very id leap. Come with your ni'.it'i's, Votk "Riiilrnad Yes," and autliorx izo tho Township Trustees to make tho best investment of $25,000 ...

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 July 1872

l)c (Enquirer, J, W. BOWEK, Editor. McArthur. July 17. 1812. The Stamp Abolitions A Washington correspond ent has prepared the following epitome of stamp taxes abol ished by section 36 of the new tax law, which takes effect on October 1: TO BE ABOLISHED. Contracts for insurance against accidental injuries. All agreements or contracts or renewals of the same. Affidavits, Appraisements of value or damage, or for any other pur pose. Assignment of a lease, raort guge, policy of insurance, or anything else. Bills of Exchange, foreign, inland, letters of credit, or any thing of that kind now taxed bv stamps. Bills of landing, an receipts, in the United States, or tor anything else. Bills of sale of any kind. Tinnds of indemnification of any kind. Bonds of Administrator or guardian, or anything that has t.lift name of bond in it, and now taxed by stamps. Brokers' notes. Certificates of measurement of auy thing. Certificates of stock, profits, damage, deposit or any other kind of certificat...

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 July 1872

IS M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OJttO: WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 18T2. VOL. 6. , , v.i, ptt- and Proprietor i"0!??' :j NO. 28. fin II raaMi ,V U to .- :.rv::,': : -b :, ': ; ' ? ' ; i ; 1 . - Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. On and after June 0, 1871, Trians -will run asiouowe : 3.a 9 :o : :.a : ; ' Has' j I ! i li o e w to to J . ... a..n ni J nn m a m - (A M cN 0 h- b- t- 'D ID "5 t3 Bu 4 : :x 3 H. BS2S8S8SS8 8SSSSSS8522S!? tci to ih Sh wZ2 200" " -tr- o QQ O tn u a -3s ' 3 3T3 ra i-3 jo-2 2-3 3 8.9.iSSapao'a v Q Allies I : t : : : : n m : : m i . . : : i : : i :::: S s : ::::::: v: :': : Vi"7i?IT v; . 1 V. T. " m "5 ? 5 : 01 o i 9 : i . : : I' O ; . . ; ; , sisi : i : : 5 : o 52 si CINCINNATI EXPHBSS will run dnlly A II nt.hppTrii.l na rlall v. PYnnnt. HilnflfLV. OINCUNATI EXPltESS EAST makes no stop betwoon llamuon ana Athens. - f I Portsmouth Branch. Mall. Accommodation. S.30P. m. 0:00 a. M. Dap. Ilnmdoii JiKsksoti Ar'r. Portsinoiitli Don. Portsiiviutli ArV. ...

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 July 1872

l)c (Enquirer, ... oa ...i cinm nf Howen's BUng. North 8iaooVM,U Street, Kost of Court llouso. j. w. HOWEN, Editor. McArthuj, July 24, 1872, Notional Nominations by the People. FOR PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY. FOH VICE-rKESIDENT, B. GRATZ BROWN- DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOU SKCKETARY OF STATE, C.EXERAI. AQ17IIXA WILEY, of Wayne County. Jl'DOE OP srPnEMB COURT, -Jl'DGE JOHN I.. GREENE, of Fruuklin County. MEMBER OF BOAKD OF PCBLIC W0HK8, ISAAC B. B1TEY, of Licking County. COUNTY TICKET. FOR SUERIFF, GEORGE W. I'lLCIIEK. FOR CLERK, GEORGE E. COOK. FOR THE A8CRER, NELSON RICHMOND. FOR TROBATE JUDGE, HERMAN 1$. MAYO. . FOH COMMISSIONER, IOSIAII B. MARTIN. FOR CORONER, GEORGE VT. GREEN. GREELEY AND BROWN RATIFICATION MEETING! AT THE AT THE COURT HOUSE, M'ARTHUR, O., ON Tuesday Evening, July 30, 1872. HON. D. J. CALLEN, The eloquent young Irish Ora tor of Mercer county, will pos itively be present to address the meeting. Delegates will be chosen to represent this county at the Portsmouth Co...

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 July 1872

l)c (Enquirer. Huiii.iMiiBsicrsar weunkhday by . J. "W. Bowen, KOirOlt AND PROPRIETOR. An Apology. At i ho request of a number of our citizens we started, n Monday morning, tor Colum bus lor the purpose of looking up iv nunilier of nffimiutive vo ters on the railroad tax ques tion, nml not returning until ,tlie umuaI hour our paper is put to press on Tuesday afternoon, many important things are. of course omitted this week. The Railroad election being over and much job printing done, we shall be all right next week. Money is us scarce as wool on a gout's back. ' : More rain foil on Tuesday morn ing and- night. Tlioro was a young man in. town tho other day who had swallowed a fly. '.. But very few ot the farmers in Vinton county had stacked their wheat; consequently the rains havo caused it to nrout. Mrs. G. W. Saylor, has miaod tho largest beets wo liavo seen this year some ot which are 16 inches in ciiciiiiifoienoo, The murky, sultry weather of tho past few days threatens injury to...

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 July 1872

J. W. BOWEH, Editor. Mc Arthur, July 24. 1872. The Union of Democrats and Liberals. The Chicago Tribune says: The uniou of Liberal Republi cans and Democrats in nomina ting a State ticket is a union of men who are agreed upon the living questions of the day, but who have differed upon the questions which were pending from 1860 to 18G8. They dif fered, concerning Slavery, E mancipation, and Reconstruc tion ; but they are agreed con cerning Reconciliation between North and South, Imperial ism, ' Gift-Taking, Nepotism, Civil Service Reform, Revenue Reform, and so on. There are some who profess to see a vast deal that is odious in such a union. It is, howev- er, tne same Kina oi & union as UU1V" W 1113 lltt-C UBVYBIU, UUU1U6I, o ? . . -nr;1J.. t' a j stvimr a u i a .1.1 v u n i i ams, Fessendeo, and Lincoln, 1S54-6, formed with Demo crats like Chase, Bryant, Fre ruont, Trumbull, "Wilmot and Frank Blair, to form the Re publican party. It is the same kind of a union as these Re public...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 31 July 1872

.1 V t:;..:') V VOL 6. f J, W. BOWEN, I I Publlihsr snd Proprietor, i M'ARTHUR, VINTON ; COUNTY, OHIO: ; WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1872. J 11.60 PER YEAR, J NO. 29. CEil III WniTY : v : , . Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. On nd after June) 0, 1871, Trlans will run aaioiiowa : :o : :!::::! : a ii Mills 8 : H : 32 tag : : ! : . . , , ... . : : 6 tb co oi t-t ii:3!i:i::!::5 HHH t-4 -I -i H :. i i ; 1 ! ! i iiJS ifijJI lid !1J I33lJf- 3r a .0 Z, 1, TT" B ; aJ t m to e t IS ! i S i I!!!!! ! 332SS$S2S83S33 5 :' : : i : SB8SS3S i i : i't! i ! i ! I : : H Po h cn - ifS ir CINCINNATI EXPRESS will run dally All other Trains dally, except Sunday. CINCINNATI EXPRESS EAST makes no Stop between Hamden and Atriens. Portsmouth Branch. Mali, Aooommodatlon Dep. Hnmdon Jackson Ar'v. Portsmouth Dep. Portsmouth ArV. Jackson 8.30P. 0:00 A. M. 4.09 " 6.81) " R.30 A. M. 10:50 " 11. SO P.M. 7.0K " lO.Itt " 12-20 P. M. 4:00 " 5.17 " Trains Connect at Loveland For all points on the Mtt...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 31 July 1872

lje (Enquirer, OFFICE-In Second Story of "owen s Swing, North Side ol Main Street. ht of Court House, Bull J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur, July 81, 1872, National Nominations by the People. FOB PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY. FOB VICE-PRESIDENT, B- GRATZ BROWN DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOB SKCBET AKT OF BTATK, GENERAL AQCILLA WHEY, of Wayne County. JUDOS OF SUPRIKI COURT, JUDGE JOHN X. GREENE, of Franklin County. MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, ISAACS. RILEY, of Licking County. COUNTY TICKET. FOB BHIRIFF, GEORGE W. PIXCHEB. FOB CLKRK, GEORGE E. COOK. FOB TBIASURIR, NELSON RICHMOND. FOB FROBATX JUDGE, HERMAN B. MAYO. FOB COMMISSIONS, JOSIAH B. MARTIN. FOR COBONER, GEORGE W. GREEN. The Meeting Last Night. For some reason unknown to us, Hon. D. J, Callin, did not come yesterday afternoon to address the meeting held at the Court House last night. O. T. Gunning, Esq., Chairman of the Democratic Central Committee had received a letter from Mr. Callcn stating that be would positively be present....

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 31 July 1872

fUUMHBKD EVERY WKPNK8DAY BY r. W. Bowen, KOIIOR AND PROPRIETOR. A Mistake. A mistake being made in wetting, down ilie required amount of paper for last week's edition, we found on making up the mails that 150 more pa pers would be required. Our Allensvilleand many other sub scribers appearing last on the mail hook, were not served with the paper. This will nev er occur again during this Administration. Tns corn crop will be large in Vinton County. Tlio Luwb of 1872 have been re ceived. Henry Reynolds is raising a fine crop of corn upon the high hill east of town and north of the farm of John. Lowry. It is by law made the duty of township trustees to appro priate $50 a year for the erec tion of watering troughs along the public highways. The 11th Annual Fair of the Vinton County Agricultural Society will be held at Mc Ar thur, on the 27th and 28th of September. Scbsribehs to the McArth ur En quirer living in this county do not havo to pay postage on it. It your nearest post office is...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 31 July 1872

ljc --(Snqmrtr. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. JttcArlhur, July 31, i8 72 Columbus and Hocking Valley Railroad. At ' the regular monthly meeting of the Directors, held yesterdny, the semi-annual ex hibifc of the company wa"9 pre- senteu, snowing a mgniy siuis factory condition. The pjst, present and luture of the road were tully and ireeiy aiscussea and after a throrough exam amination into all departments of the road, the Directors pon- eluded unanimously to an nounce to the stockholders that they feel fully justified in pla cing the road upon a regular ten per cent, cash dividend paying basis, and saying that the road would, from, its net earnings, hereafter maintain that dividend; would pay the sinking fund required to be annually set aside by the terms of the mortgaged bonds, and would have a large surplus to be applied in yearly increasing the equipment of the road, as it is plainly evident will be required by the regular and constant increase of business. Having concluded that the payme...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 7 August 1872

. . .. . . ', , ....., ;-" ..,,-i"".'..v:i,:;'.r .VrrftT in. ' . i ' f ,(-'-'.. ;T .--X' : li I I - ' TV"' . ; " M'ARTHUR, VINTON CQUNTYTQHIO: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST. 7, 18T2. VOL. 6. f J.W.BOWEN, I I Publlshsr nd Proprietor. I J $1.50 PER YEAR, 1 I IaAdvanoa. NO. 30. J y vy 'vyjipjy'V 0 Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. On nd after June 9, lfj371, Triana will run aa follows : :-::::::: :b : j : : : : : S : : I ; ; IN 8 8i S39 K2 a : u. : : -.4 : to Mb "5 w -HO :j :::::::: :3 3 : ! :j : D aO V CO tH i. a 4 : t : : a e a 8 j to .a : O . to at)" a 3 1 -"2 : ! i i I I i'ijj : : i i : i I ! i i i IgSSSSSS aSS8?'SSS8SS!i5S chH 533 S! 2i J 32 : : 12 j .1 i i i- i j i i i i ? ! I : .3 j J i 1 ; !j 1 11 1 M'l'i ii!': : iin 1 1 ! in ; : : : : : 9 : : ! : : : 1l 3.5 'S C1NCINVAT1 KXPKEtS will run dully All otherTralng rlivlly, except Sunday. CINCINNATI EXPRESS EAST mukes no stop between Humden and Athens. , - , Portsmouth Branch. SlnU. Aooommodatlon. imp. k. 6:00 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. — 7 August 1872

OFFJCE-In Second Story of Bowel l's .Swing, North Sl.lo ol Wain Street, luist of niiiuiiiipr Court House, J. W. ItOWKIf. Editor. August 7, 1872. McArthur, National Nominations by the People. FOR PRESIDENT,. HORACE GREELEY. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, B- GRATZ BROWN PUKSlDKNTIAIi KLI0T0B8 AT LABOR, Thomas Ewlng, Jr. August Thleine. DISTRICT BLBCTOH, OWEN T. GUNNING, Or Vinton County. National Nominations by the People. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOB SECRETARY OP STATE, GENERAL AQtJILLA WILEY, of Wayne County. JCDUE OF SUPREJU COURT, JUDGE JOHN I- GBEENE. of Franklin County. MEMBER OF BOARD OP rCBUO WORKS, ISAAC B. BILEY, of Licking County. FOR CONGRESS, SAMUEL A. NASH, Of Gallia County. FOR COMMON PLEAS JUDOE, JOHN T. MOORE. . " Of Tike County. , COUNTY TICKET. FOR SHERIFF, GEORGE W. PILCHEB. FOR CLERK, GEORGE E. COOK. FOB TREASURER, NELSON RICHMOND. FOR PROBATE JUDOE, HERMAN B. MAYO. FOR COMMISSIONER, JOSIAII B. MABTIN. FOB CORONER, GEORGE W. GBEEN. CAMPAIGN OF 1872. THE McAETHUR ENQUIREE Sen...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 7 August 1872

l)c (Enquires PUBLISHED KVKRT WEDNESDAY BT J. 77". Bowen, BDETOB AMD PROPRIETOR ' The blnokborry crop In the immediate violnlty of till town Is almost harvosted. Price por quart, 5 conts. The katydids hiwo commenced tliolr vesper concerts for tho season. Will frost appear within bIx woeksV Sol. Shipley, of Zaloskl, Is still buying old iron of all kinds. U ho does not visit you, sond for him and ho will buy your old Iron. Our friend, K. D. Dodge, of this town, sont us one dny last week, a lot of very choice apples, grown on ono' of his farms. Ed. knows some thing about ral sing fruit, having none.cxcept tho best. The Eastward bound Fast Line klllod and and severely injured 17 mules belonging to Dan. Will, alout b'clook on Monday morning last, about two miles west of Zaloskl. Thlrteon were instantly killed. They were worth from 00 to $80 each. " ' 8o mk of tho big boys of our town can't let lit tle boys alono. Prof. A. B. Gray's little boy was at the crook, noar the residence of Conra...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 7 August 1872

)c inquirer, J, W. BOWEH, Editor. BIcArtbur. Aug. 77. ,1873. How to Swarm and Hive Bees. I have kept bees for thirty nna vpjirn: have had erood luck with them, and a great deal of pleasure for them. Ynn have, uo doubt, often heard bee men speak of bees Imnivinfr out: or in other words the outside of WlUlUg w..v the hive and play there for .sev eral days. I have had them commence making comb9 un der the hive; for fear I should lose a swarm, I Hre spent a great many weeks, in" watching them. : Two years ago, I thought, as I was watching them, I could hear them whispering and saying, "Do give us a home." So I went and got an empty hive, and washed it out with salt and water and. mo lasses, and set it close' by the other hive, where the bees were hanging out; took a big pan and a house-brush, wet the pan and brush with sweetened water, then brushed the ' bees very carefully Vthe ' pan 'and turned it up againsljthe empty hive, and let it remain, there, while I took the old hive away abou...

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