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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 14 August 1872

i H i .i ... . , Jp .... ',..,; 1 y'v " l -ftC" .'' W.fi'i'i mm to -VOL, 6. --pM f J, W. BOWEN, ' Publisher and Proprietor, j M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY,' AUGUST 14, 1872. 1.50 PER YEAR,! l IaAdvanoe. NO. 31. "urn n ,111111111. imiii in .mum Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. Orvand after June 0, 1871, Triune will .''.' A? run r follow i :a : : :o : ;-a : : 8 : 82 i i H B o O CO 2 .3 : : ' i t : i : : i i i -i; : : '-4 3 a, H . a : : : : . 3"! : : ! : i , lb lb - CO - : :a 9 to ta- r .a 3 3 a a sSsSS HISS .J : : : : : : : : : : : ; : : : : : n r : : : t 1 : : : : : ; : 1 1 :::: J S : :S : : : m m vd v ..tea n . m . ' si :i-i: i ;i i i i : I r ?ii i : :. 3535""' itQo'wjob'iuJio WUni; M M ! H n ! N 1 jTilriS !SS2II85S8S:SS?SS n , a . a ?e i : : ! : v iSjNiiij S2- ail 23 will run dully All otlinr Trul us dully. 1 CINCINNATI EX PRE exnoDl Mimciav. IF,SS EAST makes no top betwoou Haiuuen and Athens. Portsmouth B...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 14 August 1872

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm QL)t inquirer.. t.. a .i Dtnt-v nt Rowen' t. .ii.ii., U.vii. Ri.in ni Main Street. asl oj JIUHllMft, w... - Court Ilouso. j. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur, August 14, 1872. .A National Nominations by the People. FOR PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY1. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, B. ORATZ BROWN- PKKSIDKNTIAL XLBCIOBB AT LAKOK, Thomas Ewing, Jr. August Thlem. DISTRICT XLICTOR, . OWEN T. GUNNING, Of Vinton County. National Nominations by the People. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR SECRETARY Ot STATE, GENERAL AO, VILLA WILEY, of Wayjio County. JVObt OF 8UPREMI COURT, JUDGE JOHN L. GREENE, 'of Franklin County. MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, ISAAC B. RILEY, of Licking County. FOR CONGRESS, SAMUEL A. NASH, Of Gallia County. FOR COMMON 7LIA8 JUDOS, JOHN T. MOORE, Of Pike County. COUNTY TICKET. FOR SHERIFF, . GEORGE W. PILCHEB. FOR CLERK, GEORGE E. COOK. FOR TREASURER, NELSON RICHMOND. FOR FROBATE JUDGE, HERMAN B. MAYO. FOR COMMISSIONER, JOSIAII B. MARTIN. FOR CORONER, GEORGE W. GREEN...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 14 August 1872

l)c (Enquirer. PUUMUIIBD IVIBY WIDWKHDAY BV 1 ' 0". "W. Bowen, EDITOB AND PROfBIBTOR. '. Subscribe. , Lot everybody subscribe for the McArthur; Enquirer for this cams paign the Grantitos us well as othors. It will bo full to the brim of lively reading of a political and miscellaneous nature until after the October utid November olections Ouly 25 conts till after tho olections or four months- It will be enlarged in a few weeks, and will be one of the best county papers In Ohio. No person mochanei, farmer, mer chant, or trader ever loses anything by taking the county paper. Tho Molon-cholic days have put in nn appoaranco. Be careful, , Thr tomatoes are ripening. The crop will bo largo. :. The suspension of the Semi- Week ly Locomotive, published at Oallipo lis, has boen announced., . Flirtation- has bocomo a science with the young poople of the pres ent day. More rain fell on Sunday and Monday nights and on Tuesday morning. It is said by some of the farmers of this county that the cor...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 14 August 1872

l)c (Enquirer. J. W. BOWES, Editor. McArthur, Aug. 14. 1873 Bingham's Downfall. John A. Bingham, the mur derer of Mrs. Suratt, an inno cent woman, was defeated for re-nomination for Congress, in tho Sixth District Republican Convention, held at Bellaire, July 31st. The final vote, 7th ballot, stood 53 for Bing ham to 55 for Capt. Lorenzo Danford, of St. Clairsville. Thus is the infernal reprobate shelved at last, in spite of his abject cringing and fawning to the Grant Dynasty. Every man and woman in the whole world, with the in stincts ot humanity, and a knowledge of this cruel wretch ed Bingham's conduct in the case of poor, old, decrepit, in nocent Mrs. Suratt, hanged in chains by a military commis sion controlled by this mur derous, lying scoundrel, eve ry humane man and woman will rejoice p.t his downfall and overthrow. . ' ' ' Capt. Danford, his successful competitor, while a Republi can, is, we are assured, a good- [Zanesville Signal. On Tuesday evening, Sept. 10, a half fair...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 21 August 1872

it r1 5i jEpMiB ' ( J. W. I PubHitur VOL. 6. BOWEN, I and Proprietor, J M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, ' AUGUST 21, 1872. ,,'8raAR: ,-;: J NO. 32. Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. On and after June 9, 1871, Trlana will ' run aa follows : :; : : : : :.: ; ! i ri 31. ; ; ; H CO esq- MaUarUes a&Sa n VV fcC fig at j : 44 '' in j ! ! i : .: "' a a. '' (4- a 2 JlfS I .2 C5c ll j : : :::::::::: i tO to go Ok J H9Q9(NfJH9i-iiib H CO d a o o 5i : : Ixi.imR'MAiA m m a k -m a tA 5 a : : : : : ; ! j ; j I j : : : : fc'gJ : : : : : P4 H 3"? : a o CINCINNATI EXPBES8 will run dally Allother l'rulng dully, except Sunday. CINOINKrri EXPRESS EAST mftkei no gf fj; betweon Ifotnden iud Athenn. 2 : : : : : : ! : : : S : : : ; : : s Portsmouth Branch. Malt. Aeoommodation. pap, llamden ' Jivultnon Ar'r. ParUraouth Dep. Porwmouth Arv. Jdoltion Hftimlon . 8.30P. , i09 180 " ' 8.80 A. M. 10:50 ' 11.80 P.M. 6:00 A. M. 7.0 " 10.68 ...

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

M)t (Enquirer. OFFICE tn Second Story of Bowen'i Uulidlns, North Side ol Main Street, Kant or Court House. J. -W. BOWKN, Editor. McArthur, August 21, 1872. National Nominations by the People. FOB TRESIDEST, HORACE GHXELEY. FOB VICB-rBKSIDENT, B- GRATZ BROWW- HU8!DNTIAI. 1XWJT0M AT IABOK, Thomas Ewiag. Jr. August TUmm. DISTRICT ILI0V0B, OWElf.OUNMING, Of Vinton County. National Nominations by the People. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOB 8X0BKTABT OF 8TATK, GENERAL AQTJIIJLA WIXKY, of Wyne County. JDDGS OF lUPEIMI OO0KT, JUDGE JOHN L. GREENE, of Franklin County. MEMBER OF BO ABB OF rCBLIO W0BK8, ISAAC B. RILEY, n of Licking County. , FOR OONOWSs, SAMUEL A. NASH, 1 Of Gallia County. FOB COMMON FL1AB JCMB, ' JOHN T. MOOEJS, Of Pike County. A COUNTY TICKET. FOBBHKBIFF, ' george vt. pilchek. fob clzbk, ge6kge e. cook. FOB TBIASCBIB, NELSON BICHMOND. FOB FBOBATI JDDOB, HERMAN B. MAYO. FOB COM XtSglONIB, JOSIAH B. MARTIN. FOB OOBONBB, GEORGE W. GREEN. CAMrAIftK OF 1879. THE MoARTHUR ENQUIRES Se...

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

PUBLISHED KVKBY WEDNESDAY BT I BDITOB AMB PROVRIBTOB. ' Prkrtley R. Hiti of thts town, will accept our thanks for a lot of grapes, of the Ives Seed ling variety, which he brought us to-day. - Mr. Hitt hai raised a large crop of this variety of grapes this year, It boing Ave years since he planted his vineyard. His grapes are line, and those wishing a supply for table use, or for can ning, could not do bettor than to call upon him. The dwelling houso, on North street, in this town, belonging to Dr. 8. 8. Dollison, andoo cupjod by John AIato, Caught fire upon the roof about 18 o'clock to-day, but the Are was soon extinguished. Damage very slight. The . Fire Company wore promptly on hand with the new FIro Apparatus built by Mr. E. B. Pugh for tho use of the Company, but no work was required of them. TriB Chillicothians recently oloct ed a new School Board, tho great est oxcitomont prevailing during the day of tho election; The newly elected Board unanimously elected Prof. J. W. Dowd- S...

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

- r . -. l)e. inquirer. . . . ., J. W. BOWESi Eiltor. ' ftlcArthur, Aug. 21. 1872. The Late Auroral Display The Late Auroral Display —Is it Portentous?--The Hurricane Season in the Tropics. [From the N. Y. Herald.] The magnificent aaroral dis play -of last ; Saturday night will furnish 'scientists - a new rnrnrfnnitv fnr fifclld Villi? the VLf' VI vuuwi - - - j a prooaDJe cause ana Biguiucauue of the pnenomenon. as we have already noticed,' this ai roral display visible , over a large portion of the country from the lakes as far south as Washington andwas repor ted by some as the most extra ordinary one ever remembered in their respective localities. ' m, . n . 1 . - Tne most sawsiaciory. expja nation of these splendors in tne nortnern ssy seema-no ue that which connects them- with the reflection of electric dis charges from the' microscopic ice crystals, which compose the 1 1 - - '.IamJa Cm ll delicate cmua wuuua, m .me upper atmosphere. , .These crystals of c9ndensed y'apor,' sp m...

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

MARTHUR, ' VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1872, ; 1.50 PER TEAR, 1 NO. 33. VOL. 6. f J.W.BOWEN, Pabliiher aud Proprietor. ) Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. On and attar Juno 0, 1871, Trlans ,'wiU run as roiiowa : -a : 8 S! 82 632. ;a : :o : :S : H 91 g iSasis'SS'S ' a o o yotijad adobi . . ; : : : r ; r-: n u,' -a : i ijj ! i ii : i : ': L la Qi 1-3 o : 2 : : : : 3 : : :.5 S-ggaS :3"3 : a St H t! '-4 T 11 A "7 S3 a.533S9?325SSS!S d s 3 2 25 si " zi J H W A J : (j 33 S?S3!3S8!;Z53 S a o o s ' ' 'it '3 7: a 71 a ; H 51 : 552 ss2asa -a CINCINNATI KXPIIESH will rim ilnlly All othor TniliiH dally, exoopt Bundivy. CINCINNU'I EXPRESS EAST makes no qtop but wen ii Hiuudun and Atliona. Portsmouth Branch. tlnU, Aooommodutton. 8..10P. M. 0:00 A. H. 4.09 " 7.01) " fl.H(l " 10.WI " S.30 A. M. 12-aO P. M. lO'.BO " 4:00 " 11.30 P.M. 6.17 " Dep. Ilumdmi Jaokitou ArW. PorlHinnuth Dep. PoriHmi.iHli Arv. Jftfllcsou Hnmdon Trains Connect at Loveland For all poi...

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

npprri? in axAnJ Rtnrv of Bowen's BiiHdlng, North Blclo oj Main Street, Knat of Court House. J. V. BOWKN, Editor. McArthur, August 28, 1872 National Nominations by the People. FOB PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY. FOB VICE-PRESIDENT, B. GRATZBROWK. ' : ; NtESIDMTlAl LCIOB AT LABOK, Tboroai EwIbk, Jr. Auguat Tkieme. DISTRICT ILIOTOS., OWEN T. CUNNING, Of Vinton Comity. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR BKCKKTABT Of BTAT, GENERAL AQWLIWIXET. of Wayne County. ' JUDO0FUPBKMIC0CBT, . JUDGE JOHN L. GREENE, of Franklin County, i . MKMBKB OF BOABD OF 7UBL1C WORM, , ISAACS. BILET, i of Licking County.' FOB CSX0BIS8, SAMUEL A. NASH, ' ' , Of Gallia County, i FORCOKHOMTUSAg JUBOK, ; , 1 JOHN T. MOORE. ' ; . . . Of Pike County. ; DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. COUNTY TICKET. . :i ; i " roRiHiRirr, ' GEORGE W. FILCHES. ' . . roBCLiBr, GEORGE E. COOK. FOB TBIA8CRBB, NELSON RICHMOND. FOR FROBATI JCDOB, HERMAN B. MAYO. FOR COHMISBIONKR, , JOSIAH B. MARTIN. ' FOR COBONIR, GEORGE VT. GREEN. . CAMPAIGN OF 1 873. THE Mc...

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

l)'c (Enquirer. fUlU.ISHKOBVBRY WBDNBHDAY BY T. W. Bowon, KOITOB AND PROPRIETOR. Every mechanic is busy now. Thrkshino whcat'niid oatsisnow in order. ' Ann you making preparations to nttond tho Vinton County Fair on tli'o 2Cth and 27th of September? Tnp, University at Athons will bo opon for tho coming yoar on Tuesday, September 17th. t Farmers have commencod plow ing preparatory to putting in thoir fall crops. A pet, rattlesnake, in n box. i on exhibition at Richmond & Iluhn's store. Tnosu dosiring to koop up with tho timoa should take tho 71cArthur Enquirer during this campaign. Only 25 cents for 4 months. . SoMKwxtchod creature says that flios wero sent on earth to keop church congregations awako in warm weather. The soro and yollow leaf is al ready found to romind us that sum mor is almost gone and that autumn is near. Every person should vie with his neighbor in nn effort to make our County Fair a snc ce&9. Tryau advertisement in the McArthur Enquirer. It has n very lar...

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

lje-.Cnqttiret J. W. BOWCT, Witor, Mc Arthur, Aug. 28. 1872. Another Railroad to Chicago. (From the Chicago Inter-Ocean.) For some time past a project has been under consideration for opening a direct route be tween Chicago, Indianapolis and Cincinnati, via the Indian apolis, Cincinnati and Lafay ette, and Illinois Central Rail roads. In furtherance' of the plan a uumber of the general officers of the first named road are now on a visit to this city, having arrived, yesterday by a special train, for the purpose of perfecting arrangements with the Illinois Central Com pany. Among the gentlemen pres ent at tne meeting yesterday wp.re M. E. Ineralk of Cincin nati, Receiver of the I., C. & L. Road; G. L. Barrington, Gen eral Superintendent; 11. W. Gieger, General Agent; H. J. Page, General. Freight Agent; C.'K Lord, General Ticket Agent; Adam Earl, Vice Pres ident of the Cincinnati, Lafay ette and Chicago Railroad, and several other gentlemen con nected with the roads interest ed in...

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

. m.. j. , . r, 'fVfS-o ;.a.. oil. I aw ?P5 ...r,, VOL. 6. r J. W.BOWEN, I 1 Publisher and Proprietor. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO; WEDNESDAY, .SEPTEMBER. ; ; ill ,60 per year, i - xrr oa V, r IoAdvanct. JN 0 . t)4. . !HW:'";r T!- rCTv ri: '-:?.s ?'): - - . - -W''S U4 AK lv , i I i:' ; I ill i j ft i iff a is , j i k.F :k W I j L V: I. ILL IL iU A :"-t M-J:",!,r." ,'-i b-. - I r 1,1 "-v T-i ' ,' lllL Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE. On and after-Juno S, 1871, Trlans will run at follows : ;o !:!'.: ' ! a : i : : : : iU 1. 1" 1 1 Ig "52 o H w W cb a o o to .:.!!: :.:l . ( J aqi : : Si'' : : iJ U3 30 00 1 tfl ! M 80 S 2s! :.:::: ::::::!:': : tD if) if) V CO H ridi-H-i-'-'O6dQ0Htt pa ei r k- w to a. i-l -SO :5 : : a 4 s a C S Pri HJ i - 1 fii. 1 c 1 3 2 mw W ! a y B 3 , .., , : i : " . 32-.-.: ;5 ; ! : : .-: : : : rn-Tin, ; , .S j ' j .;.... i a');;,,r jgi . i : r: I : : : : CO W 5 o o CO O 9 : :j: 252 ad 5 i t as r o (J1NCINVATI will run dally A II At.hp...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 4 September 1872

(S:l)c inquirer. nr.l-lf t Inuml RlJirV Of HOWOU! Building, North Side oi Main Street, East of Court House. j. W. 1IOWEN, Kdltor. Mc Arthur, - September 4, 1872 "Our Banner Streams in Light." ONE PRESIDENTIAL TERM. Pacification and Purification. FIRM, TRIEDAND TRUE. No more Nepotism--No Presents-- No Bribes. True Civil Service Jteform. the Lima pbeseht hot the dead past. Charity to All Malice toward None. Universal Amnesty Impartial Suffrage. ONE COUNTRJONE PEOPLE. ,0 EAST-NO WESI-Ho horth-so south. ALL RIGHTS FOR ALL. National Nominations by the People. FOB PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY. FOB VICE-PRESIDENT, B GRATZ BROWN- PRESIDENTIAL KLltCTOBS ATLABOK, Thomas Ewing, Jr. August Tnieme. DISTRICT ILECTOB, OWEN X. GUNNING, Of Vinton County. National Nominations by the People. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR SECRETARY OF 8TATE, GENERAL AQU1XLA WILEY, of Wayne County. Jl'DOB OF BUPBIME COCBT, JUDGE JOHN L. GREENE, of Franklin County. MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, ISAAC B. RILEY, of Licking ...

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

l)c (Enquirer. t'UIII.ISKBDBVKUY WKONR8DAY BY T. "W. Bowon, EIHTOB AND PUOF1UETOR. To-day will boyo8torJ;vy to-mor row. if ti mo wore mon o', thoso who roost ti round on storo-boxea would bo nwful rich. If you warifc Blanks or Blank Books of any description, go to tbo McArthur Enquirer office, Thomas Koacii nnd Mahvey Zihukrwav Umieutore, are building an addition to the Livery Htablo of J. u. Swotlnnd, at tlio past Tlio IMckftU-RV (flinty Vni ,nin i, the 17th to the iOtliof tl.is month, at C'lrclovilk". A. It. Vim (.leaf, Secretary of the society, will i'ii'h i iuiveoiniillinentnry ticket to the Tub warm weather for this year endod on Friday last. Frost was obsorved in Swan Township on Sat uruiiy morning. oold Out. J. J. Shockov him sold his Hotel on Jtfain Streot to Jionry noiihincH. ot Dvndas. and on jtfondny ho removed to tho iione formerly occupiod by Jlr. Hull, on corneror Jjognn and .Locust Streets The young men ospocially thoso who cast their first vote this fall aro till for...

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

l)t (Ehqiurcr, J.'W.BOWEI.Eaitor. t - : ( BlcArthiir, Sept. ,4. 1872. [From the Ashland (Ohio) Press.] Vote for Greeley—Business Men. While on the-street, a few dflvs since" wef'-heard one of our merchants say' he could not support " Mr. : Greeley for fear it would injure. the com mercial interests of thecountry: We tlq not see how such a fear , could enter a. man a thoughts; and a" yejy,, little , examination would reveal how absurd such thoughts arev Mr.'preHey, ij an active business - win! imd has. all tha capital he danlcd! m mand steadily employed in bu siness, and in all his business undertakings he has been emi- nently successful,: bo fully does 'he understand the1 rules of .trade. . When G,rant was elect ed President, he appointed Mr. A.1 T. Stewart, of New.-York his Secretary of,; the Treasury, because he was familiar with : the business interests of . , the country, and! could regulate better than almost any one else the monetary , affairs of: the government. The business ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 11 September 1872

l.i'iilMiiTiiiiTir"nil'nr- fin .. . i i- VOL. 6, M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY;. OHIO: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11;. 1872. ( ; 1 Publisher ftnd Proprietor, 'J: i tLfiQ PER TIARi NO.. 35. , .t II! TO ,1 I I till i !'.! H. :V5f M II I I II' I I I I I If If I J .i IN tl "i 1 IN IN i i VMr V WW -L ' : tl Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. On and after Jun 9, 1371, Triana -will ruiiu follow j .- i a ...... . a i. : , g ; t : : tu f a: , .:3i2i,si.i?2 ,'V 2 is . .in, . , - J i 5 'i .: "3j : : : i i j I : i ,: jr.: . 1 i j jmwimai im c4 n N h Vww r"HH 32 :'4.: i"; r ;?!:::! f ! t i J " lV ( - B4 rtH-IH . . g a, ..... d io 16 T t h a. i : : i i : : : : 1.9 : :;: 5 :2 : : 6 3124 i.0 T3 ; CO v 1 Miles "-g gfagsjitgfgag ' : i IB 6 6 01 H CO S a o o S- : i : : I :::! : ? : : : " J : : : J i ::!;::::!::: liti i : : I i : : : : 4S : 01 S (4 H a i : : : : . : : : : : - ' :A: Sl88S8818 SE J 52 3s!8 C1NCINNA.TI EXPRBM8 will run dally All other Trains dally, except Huauay. CIKOINNATI...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 11 September 1872

Ifiljc (Enquirer. Building, North Side ol Mulu Street, "t f Court House. ' J. W. BOWWi Kdltor. ' MeArthur, September 11, 1872 "Owr Banner Streams in Light." ONE,' PRESIDENTIAL' TERJlf. .... Pacification and Purification."" F I RMi TRIED 'AND TRUE; No more NepotismNo Presonts No Bribes. True Civil Service Reform. 1 TEE LIVraa PRESENT SOT THE DEAD PAST. Charity to AllMalice toward None. Universal Amnesty Impartial Soffra;. ONE COUNTRWNE PEOPLE. HO BA8T-I0 WEST Ho HOEti-HO SOUTH. ALL RIGHTS FOB ALT. ' National Nominations by the People. FOR PRESIDENT, " HORACE GREEEEY. FOB VICE-PRESIDENT, B- GRATZ BROWN PBISIMNIIAL MCTOS AT LAR.OB, Thomas Ewiag, ' Antrait Thlem. DISTRICT ELECTOR, OWEN T. XJUNKINO, Of Vinton County, DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ' ' ' ' FOB SSCRET1BT OF STATU, . . , , GENERAL AQUILLA WILEY, ' of Wayne County. : . JCDGI Or SUFBIMI COUBT, : JUDGE JOHN L. GREENE, ' ' 1 of Franklin County. . ' ; MEMBER Or BOARD Of PUBLIC WORI8, ISAAC B. BILEY, ; of Licking County. ' " FOB OOHORE...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 11 September 1872

( I'UHUSHKOIVKRY WEDNESDAY BT DITOB AND PKOPBIITOR. The Road Supervisors. We huvo printed and for sale at tnis otnco, manic Keceipts for Road !Tax puid in labor. Supervisors are requosteu to call and Bee the blanks Soda dissolved in hot water wil removo'pnint. , . . The loaves of the forest begin to givo the Autumnal hue. t Some of the Hocking ceunty far mers havo commenced cutting and shocking thoir cord. " What is more coquettish than a protty girl inside of a scalloped jacKci. JSot on)y . children but " grown people should keep pins out of their mouths. 'If the person who purloined the little silver call boll from the M: E S. S., will roturn it as quietly ns they took it, their name will not be vub lished; otherwise it 'will, for it is well known who that porson is. : -7-The Cincinnati Exposition opened on Wednesday. It is pronounced to be by far the finest show ever seen in America. Receipts' first "day $138; last year tyayy.' During its contmu- ance, round trip tickets will be ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 11 September 1872

ntrcr. i J V.J J, W. BOWES, Editor. McAithwi-, Sept. Hi 1872. General Butler and Brick Pomeroy. funeral Butler insults the bwnart nf nn :. anr!ience -"of even mediocre intelligence, when he uses the following language;. . "Recollect when you. vote that to vote for Horace Uree lev ia to vote to burn school hou3es; a vote for murder 'and the violation of women; a vote to pay for, the, emancipated slavey and for the payment; of pensions to rebel soldiers. 1 Now let us see what the 14th Amendment of the Constitu tion says: . - ...:. : 1 :" , "Seo. I. The validity of the public debt ;" of ! the1 United States authorized by law, in cluding debts incurred for the payment of pensions and boun ties for services in suppressing insurrection or rebellion,1 shall not be questioned. ,; But .-'neither the United States nor any State, ehall assume or pay any debt or obligation incurred 'in aid of insurrection or rebell ion against the United , States, or an v claim for 'the loss or emancipation of ...

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