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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 18 September 1872

-tft : r t ' ' !v II'"'. . " -J VOL.- 6. ' J, W. BO WEN, I IFublialier and Proprietor, M'ARTUUR, VINTON COUNTY OHIO: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER i872.: I I NO. 36. I la AdTsnoe, f Railway Time. 1(1-! !'f -1 il I P'-'!.J ". "T ' Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE. On nnd after Juris O, 1871, Trlatns will run sis follows : a a .8 ; 51 ; sex II OS Kg . : ; : o : - : a i o ; H : :x N sSsri : i i : : a..n 00 Q en i X ch e a o O ft '3 V n oi ei ei i jj cj 5 4h ! i 1 : M p o 6 cd - HNHn-ooqaDt-f i- HH HrtH H r" t Miles gggggg SSS3E:pg;gs33 T to 2 t issi an 3j "n;n"::.uc Glials fi55a.2l258l3 "f ! ( tl Q !!:::::: ::::::;:: : : : ? : : : : : : ::!!;:;: : : : aSSSSSSSS S52SS322SSSSffl H to s s o o CO v.:..:. ............ b : . : : ::::::: a-3 -S ; ;;;;;;;!:;; as : : : :1 s : 01NCINHAT1 EXPKKSS will ruu dully ah outer rnuiiH oiiuy. exoopi nuauay. CINCINNATI EXPRESS KBT makes no top Itdtweon Hamann and Athens. Portsmouth Branch. Mail, Accommodation, Dep. Htimden JuckKon Ar'T. PorWmoiith De...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 18 September 1872

lje (Enquirer. - ? w Ih aAutil first Af Ttntrftn Building, North side of Main Street, East of lourt House. J. W. BOWEN. Editor. McArthur, September 18, 1872 "Ovr Banner Streams in Light." ONE PRESIDENTIAL TERM. Pacification and Purification. FIRM, TRIEDAND TRUE. No more Nepotism--No Presents No Bribes. True Civil Service Jleform. tee Livnra preseht-sot tub seas past. Charity to All Malice toward None. Universal Amnesty Impartial Suffrage. ONP COUNTRY-ONE PEOPLE. HO EA8T HO VE8T-H0 HOBTH-IO SOUTH, ALL RIGHTS fOR ALL. National Nominations by the People. FOB PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY. FOB VICE-PRESIDENT, B- ORATZ BROWN- FRE8IDENT1A1 XLECTOBS AT LARGE. Thomas Ewiag, Jr. August TUen. DISTRICT ILXCTOB, OWEN T. GUNNING, Of Vinton County. National Nominations by the People. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR 8KCRSTABT OF 8TATI, GENERAL AQ.TjIXLA WILEY, of Wayne County. JCDOI OV IDPRIMX COURT, JUDGE JOHN L. GREENE, of Franklin County. MEMBER OF BOARD OF rCBMC WORI8, ISAAC B. BIIEY, of Licking Coun...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 18 September 1872

l)c (Enquirer. ,:; HUSHED CVBBT WEDXWJDAT BY 0". W. Bbwon, KDITOa 1KD PROPRIETOR. Forward! Let the order go all along the lino! Every man to his. post! .Let no Liberal Republican or Democrat fail to ilo his utmost for Greeley and Brown, and Nash, and the entire district and county ticket! It is lawful to kill wild ducks now. Tub Dolly Vardens tire out of 006011. Get ready' and go to llarrtden tioxt Friduy. For Ayer's Medicines, go to G, W. Sisson's." By all means subscribe for tho MoARTiica Enquirer. "Cold and frosty mornings" have put in nn appearance. It wns quite frosty last Monday morning. Thb higli-Innd pasture is drying up in many parts of this county. Rain, "without ceasing," is needed. Turn out next Friday, "and hear Grosvenor, Hansom and Nash at IIamden 1 The Fall Term of the Vinton County Court of Common Plena convened yesterday, lion. J. J. Harper, presiding. No room for proceedings this week. A. F, Drake, who had been at Cleveland during the past three jnonthe,' returned...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 18 September 1872

l)cr(!ruqiurer. i J. BOWEN, Editor. V I', i -ai rr McArttmr, Sept. t!8.-1872. Does President Grant Drink too Much Liquor?—The Mr. Denison Replies. to Senator Wilson, States More Facts. [From the Golden Age.] and : You have thought proper to ad dress me through the public pa nel's. I therefore feel it to be my duty to reply to yotf in ' the same manlier. We have known each other for the last quarter of a century a s outspoken . advocates of ' the prohibition law of the manufact ure and sale, as a beverage of all intoxicating drinks. It . was on this account that I called ' on you several times, in the winter of 1872, with a view to induce you to accept the nomination of the National rronibition rarty as their candidate for President of the United States. Our con versation related to public , men, to public measures; and, of course, to President Grant who was then socking, as he now is,' by public appeal to the American people, to be re-elected to the first public office in the land. ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 25 September 1872

r m;arthur, vinton county; ohio: Wednesday;' VOL. 6. f J, W. BOWEK, I iVubllshor and Proprietor, i Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE. On and after June 9, 1871, Triana will run aarouowa : 05 . 28 ! 3 ! 8S s o . a-0 2 l ' : : Mi, ; : ; ; : H co W a o o w o 3d : : : : : Jc. ::::: M P..A 0 GO .& M5 go os oo ti ei ai oi ui j 5 i : ; ; t : r :::::: : H :::::::;::: :x 3 si : :j : C ih O "V SO rH T . m : : 2 id a ; to ; I 35.9 JlaS s 3 SgBatjdahga-a.B a, C t 3 Miles H H tH 4 t r CT ::::::::::::: to o 0 ae d S S 2 52 S 3 i :::: : 5 i : i : assaasMssss s ooNcoooaooQajnioidteto '.l.i. .3 ..J :j 21s! ::::: . y, o tJ v i; ; I : . o . . . ' :8 : : : s8 : 32- : 4 (JINCIN! ATI EXPRESS will run daily All otherTrnlns dally, nxcept Sunday. CINCINNATI EXPRESS EAST makes no gtor hBtwnnn TIamdon ami AtlienB. Portimonta Branch. MaU, Accommodation a.niip. . ' woo a. m. i.m " 7.06 " fl.0 10 " WA.X. 12-20 P.M. 10:50 " 4-.00 11.30 P.M. ' 5.17 " EM. Hinwlen i.i i. Jivflkson Ar'...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 25 September 1872

lje (Enquirer. rt crfrii t (WinH Hfnrv nf Bowen'l Building, North tide of Mai Street. Eaat of conn uouec. J. W. UOWINi Editor. McArthur, September 25, 1872 National Nominations by the People. FOB PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY. FOB VICK-PEESIDISNT, B- GRATZ BROWN- PKKSIDSNTIAIi MOTORS At LAB0B, . . Tfcoma Ewing, Jr. Angnst Thieme. DISTRICT KLKOTOll, OWEN T. GUNNING, Of Vinton County. National Nominations by the People. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOB SECRETARY OF BTATI, GENERAIj AQUXX1.A WILEY, . of Wayne County. JPDOE OF SUrRKlK COURT, JUDGE JOHN I GREENE, of Franklin County. MIMBER OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORM, ISAAC B. RILEY, of Licking County. , fob congress, SAMUEL A. NASH, Of Gallia County. FOR COMMON FLIA8 JUDOE, ' JOHN T. MOORE, ........ Of Piko County., , COUNTY TICKET. FOBBHIRIFF, , GEORGE W. PILCHER. FOR CLERK, t GEORGE 15. COOK. ' FOB TREASURER, NELSON RICHMOND. FOR FR0BAT1 JODGC, HERMAN B. MAYO. FOB COMMISSIONER, JOSIAH B. MARTIN. FOB OOBOHBB, GEORGE W. GREEN. H. C. Jones' Opinion 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. — 25 September 1872

ljc (Enquirer, PUBLISHED KVKBV WBDHB8DAY T ar. "W. Bowen, BDITOH akd pbohribtob. Quails are numerous Una year. Comb Id tlio Big Meeting on Wedncsdiiy, October 2d. tin. Bowers. DentM. McArthur, Ohio, w, " .-.- Makk ireviinitions to vote for bottor times on Uio 8th ol ueiooer and on the 5th of NoVombor. Mrs. Mary Dolan has removod from Zaleski ' to " Ptirkei'sburg, W. Vft. It is enid Hint the 26 letters of the Alphabet may be IrunspoBod 620,418,401,733,239,430, 3C0, 000, 000 times. Who miule the discovery? II. E. Soulb, of Wilkesville, has returned from Clark Furnace, Tenn., where he has been engaged for Bovoral months ns book-keeper. Bishop Bedell, Assistant Bishop ot the Episeopal Church, will hold divjne s'orvico nt the Episcopal Hall on Friday evening, Octobor 4th. All are cordially invited to attond. Can the Grant candidate for Sheriff, who is extremely "temper ate," inform the poople whothor the prices of whisky, wine, ale, and beer have "riz" or went down lately? Da. N. J. Bowe...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 25 September 1872

;ttqmrer;! J.W.BOTiret.'EaiVttr. McAtthur, Sept. 25. 1873. Paying the Debt. The great ding-dong kept up by " the Radical press over the al leged virtue of the present Ad- ministratioil in reference, to .its ranid Davment of the Public Debt, showi that Grant's follow era reiv unon deceDtion on this point in particular, for Jhelp in their day of tribulation ana sore trouble. We have shown up the falsity of this claim repeatedly, but the orean Errinders hanff on. to , it with the tenacity of a death grip, and it becomes necessary, or at least expedient, to keep the truth of the matter before the people. ' . ' ' . We cut the following from a recent speech of Gen. Banks; it will amply pay attentive perusal: They say they have paid off the debt to a very large extent, and I say that is the very thing they ought not to have done to tax the soldiers of the army, the fathers and mothers of soldiers, and their orphan children, to pay a debt of three thousand million dollars that if they had t...

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

:'n.nH-M;::. ID BRMVMYin5yiITf "f0 'f '7- il ' ' ' 1 1 , 1 , 1 ' ' ; ' " 1 .i , . . , i . , ,3 - - , - ' M'ARTHUR, TINTON COUNTY, : 0 HI 0; , ; WEDNESDAY J OCTOBER 2,:;i8T2. .Ill idlillM : NO. 38. VOL. G. f I J, W. BO WEN, I I Publlikir tad Propriitor. f i i mm ' ' ' i1 Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. On and after Juno 9, 1871, Trlan will run as roiiows: . i a ;. 82 62 js h -a ' " s s s a ' S 3 : : a 3i :a : i : to id i 4 SSZIImSS1"'" MllegfeS35 E8Si:g8SSS$a XT 1-1 1 S A O H 01 Ik O JS2 : it?; :5j- SMa:5'5.a 23 :53 :Et : "f 1 Miiet . ag3g2'sgg jg j8! : : : : : .: i i :: : 3 : : : : : ::::::::'':: ta a o O :;:::: . 5 :::::::::::; 21 : . : S5 38j 3i2 33" CINCINNATI EXPRESS will run dally All other Trains (fall v. axoent Hundav. CINCINNATI EXPRESS EAST makea no top DBCWBen Hamden mid AthenH. 2e :53 :2 '3 :3 W T e Ka Portsmouth Branch. "Mai jUsnommodatiim. WW:. ' 6!00A.ll. pep. Hami(en Jaoksnn Ar'r. PerUtnonth Dep. Portsm...

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

ljc (Enquirer. mte-i-w in Hnnn1 Rtnrv of Bowen'S Building, North side of Mim Street, test of court House. J. W. KOWEN, Editor. McArthur, October 2, 1872 DEMOCRATIC —AND— LIBERAL REPUBLICAN LIBERAL REPUBLICAN MEETINGS!! Meetings of the Domoeracy and Liberal Be publican will be addressed at the following times and places: - PLYMOUTH Thursday evening, October Jd. Speakors Hon. A. J. Bwalm and V. 8. Clay poole. ' EAKIN'8 SCHOOL HOUSE, Vinton Township, Friday evening, October 4. Speakers O. T, Gunnlng.and D. B. Snivel ALLEN'S VILLE Friday evening, October 4. Spettkers-Hon. 8. A. Nash and J. JJ. MoGil- llvray. ZALESKI-Saturday evening, Oct. S. Speak- er Hon. S. A. Nash. RICHLAND FUBNACE-Satnrday evening, October B. Speakers Porter DuHadway and J.M.McGlUivray. BEECH GROVE SCHOOL HOPSE-Monday evening, October 7. Speaker C. 8. Clay poole. VINTON FURNACE SCHOOL HOUSE-Mon. ' day evening, October 7. Speaker John Mayo 1 DARBY'S SCHOOL HOUSE Monday evening, October 7. Speakers Harrison Lyle and A...

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

l)c (Enquirer fUBLISHED KVIRT WIUHKHDAT BY ar. "VC. Bowon, DITOB AND PBOPKIITOB. ! This region was favOred with a high wind on Sunday last Jack Frost has takeli posses 'sion of most of the vegetation on the low lands in this-county. Read the advertisement ! of T. A. Martin . & Son this week. They mean business, sure I j There are a great many peo ple who owe us, for which, we wouldn't care wefe it not that we owe several who want their pay- . .. Attention is called to the Set tlement Notice of Messrs. Rich mond & IIciin in this paper, who desire all those indebted to them to. call and settle immediately. Go and see them forthwith. . Every candidate on our ticket comes fully up to the f Jefferson ian standard is, competent and honest ' '"" , Vote the whole ticket without a scratch! . , John II. Boley announces to the citizens of Allensville and vicinity that he will make, a bal- Saturday afternoon next, j Ad mittance free. The balloon is 51 ' feet high and 100 feet in circumf...

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

J. W.BOWEN.jaitM..: Mc Arthur.'! Oct. 2. ,1875 Gen. Wra. S. Rosecrans fa " vors the election to the IJreden- cy of Horace Greeley. ; l ; ; Becoming Desperate. Grant's friends take their cue from their Master. He Bold arms to France to kill Germans with, . and they were used with success in the Franco Prussian War. His friends '-shot and killed a German in Richmond, Indiana, last week iust because . he '. hur rahed for Greeley. After all this can a single , German, with ithe warm feelings common to all, forJ home, remember their vile out rages upon their own dear Fath erland, and then vote for Grant ? We don t believe they will.- j . Well Put. "How can you support Horace Greeley, the life long opponent of the Democratic party ?" was the question propounded to Democratic voter by a supporter of Grant.- The Democrat , re plied, "Do, you ' consider him honest?" "Oh, yes," answered . the other. "Do you regard him capable ?" "Certainly," answered the Grant man. "Welly then," said the supp...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 9 October 1872

" ...i .. i i j i n r. n n 111 If 1 .. " , . ' ' : t " ' ! . , : V-.- ' '4 b L M' ARTHUR- VINTON COUNTY, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, . . OCTOBER 9, "1872. f 11.60 PER TSAR, l I la Advanos . , , VOL. 6. f J. W. BOWEN, 1 ( Publisher and Proprlstor. J NO. 39. Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE, On and after Juno 9, 1871, Trlana will run as follow : . S'M (A H :a :::::: : :b !':::: : MM- .8 3 : 33 , H 01 2 i 55 B o O .SB 5 . : t a T T it a. : : : : 2 : : : 5 : a ilf ; a JO it AM 2 SjSSS3 3315.23 3 353353 ga-aa 0 at ft Q muo. "fsr sssjsssgsss's -2 : i : ! i : :2 : i : i : ! i i : i i H co H o o c i : : 31 . . 4 : : :j S3 CO - a : o "8 : : H od i (6 i5 o 6 3 CINCINNATI EXPRESS will run dally A 11 tV.. T... n ,1,. II. avani- Qimil n tr CINCINNATI EXPRESS EAST .makes no Itop betwffftn Hnmdnn and Athena. Portsmouth Branch. Mail. AeeommodaUon. Dep. Hamdeu Jackaon Ar'T. Partamoiith Den. Ponsmouth Ar v. JaokHon H amden 8.WP. . . . 6:00 A. X. 4.09 " . 7.00 " ftSO " 10.65 " 8.WA.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. — 9 October 1872

&l)c (Sttquirtr. Building, North tide of Mala Street, Jiast of ( ouri iiuusc. , J. W. JIOWKX, Editor. Mc Arthur, October 0, 1872. ;'0r Banner Streams in Light". ONE PRESIDENTIAL TERM. Pacification and Purification, FIRMj TRI EDA ND TRUE. No more Nepotism No Presents--": ' No Bribes. , . l: ; True Civil Service Reforin. the iivnra presest-eot the bead past. Charity to All Malice toward None. t niversal Amnesty-Impartial Suffrage. ONE COUNTRTONE PEOPLE. NO EAST-BO WEST-ffe H0RTHH0 SOUTH. ALL RIGHTS TOR ALL, National Nominations by the People. .,' " FOB PRESIDENT, " - 1 " , ' ' HORACE ORELXEY. FOB VICE-PBE8IDKNT, . ( ' B. GRATZ BROWN. ' PKISIDCNTIAL ILKCTOKS AT LARQK, Thomas Xhrbig, Jr. .August TMeme. DISTRICT XLICTOft, ' . OWEN X. GUNNING, The Election in Vinton County. THE GRANT RING OF VINTON COUNTY BUY THE OFFICES OF SHERIFF AND CLERK! PILCHER AND COOK DEFEATED FOR SHERIFF AND CLERK! KALER & HOLLAND "BUY IN." The election on Tuesday was the most exciting ever' held in Vinto...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 9 October 1872

atom PUBMSHSD BVIBT WKDNK8DAY By EDITOR AND PBOPKIKTOR. J, BOWEBS, RESIDENT DENTIST, MoARTUtJR, OHIO. No Business Bone on Saturdays. We were favored with a fine rain last Sunday night. See card of Dr. N. J. Bowers in this paper. Finest Muslins and Calicos , at T. A. Mellor's Store, at ZaleBki. Corn. Bring us corn to pay your subscription or other debts due this office. T. A. Meliob, on Second Street, Zaleski, has just received a variega ted assortment of Goods. ...... Lono evenings are coming, when the farmers can read.' Our business is to furnish tho material. .Sub scribe for this paper. ... Msli.or, at Mrs. Dolan'b old stand, in Zaloeki, is, selling bouuti ful Glassware and. Queonswnre, Cheap, too! 1 ' ,'-''-' The' Jewish year commenced last Thursday, October 3, count- ins: from the creation of the world, 6G33. ' .'V , ; , Don't fail to call at. the Store of T. A. Mellor, when you go to Za loski, and soo the bargains he offers in the Dry Goods lino ! The Fall winds are whistling T...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 9 October 1872

ollje (Suqmrer. J. W.BOWM, Editor. McArthur, Oct. 9, 1872 Baltimore, Pittsburg & Chicago Railway. For some time past the engi neers of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company have bceji engaged in running a series lines between Pittsburg and Chi cago, for the purpose of ascer taming the shortest and mos practicable route to the latter city. The road, when com pleted, is intended to be a pro longation of what was formerly called the Pittsburg and Con- nellsville, but now known as the Baltimore, Pittsburg and Chi cago Railroad. That part of the line between Havana, m Huron county, 0., and Defiance county, on the edge of the western bor der of the same State, about a 100 miles in length, having been finally located, Mr. Randolph, the chief engineer of the Balti more and Ohio Railroad Com pany, advertises for proposals for gradation and " masonry. We learn that the other part , of the line, , westward to Chicago, will also be put . under contract shortly, and will be rapidly .pushed...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 16 October 1872

.1 ''' "'. I 1 i :'-! ! J - 1 Uit -itli n:t ',-.."i.A I ' If f i - ' . .4,- it ! 1.1. 6 iiiHMNTON COUNTY. OHIO:" WM'M VOL. 6. f J. W. BdWEN, I I Fabliihet sad Proprietor, I Is'- - (UO PER TEAR, VA ii 11 to'.i- M iii! ? ii !1Y i i i .ill ii I W:4 Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE, OA and after Juna 0, 1871, Trlana will run as follows i 3- ;-c .. 5 ...... . . H CO E a o a asm - a,, : -i 3 Mile, S8g SSSKgSSSSSg 4 . . Q tk. k a. : a is:? ill as jj edtACnu !s3? Mild iilrTnTtiTrf' -3 : ! : : : : 0Ct 30 0kH H CO w s o o CO 9 Cj iP5 fl Ii5 aO so .St' J ' 'lat " It ii 4? : 8 5-4 : 8Sj P4 H '2 s S?2!9' U1N0IW SATI EXPEB-JS will ran dally All otherTrnlns ilally, except Sunday. CINCINNATI EXPRESS EAST makes no top between Hinnilen ami Athens. Portsmouth Branch. UaU. Aooommodatlon. iXOe. . 8:00 A. X. 4.09 " 7.06 " ftSO " 0M " S.HO A. X.. l'2-.H) P. u. 10:W " 4:00 " 11.81) P.M. S.17 " Dep. Ilamden Jnekson Ar'r, ParUmau th Dep. Porranviuth Ar v. JaekHon Hanrjilen Trains ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 16 October 1872

l)c (Enquirer, OFFICE-In Kecond Ktory of H""1'' .SuilnV; North side of Main Street. Kmt f Building, Court House. j. w. nOWKN. Editor. MoArthur, - October 16, 1872. "Our Banner Streams in -Light " . onl ,MESIWil,AL TER$ Pacification and Purification. FIRMjTRI EDAND TRUE. No mere Nepotism-No Presents--i No Bribes. : True Civil Service Reform. IHB LIVIHO PKE8EHfiOT THE DEAD PA8T. Charity to All Malice toward Hone. Universal Amnesty-Impartial Suffrage. ONE COUNTRWttE PEOPLE. HO EA3T-H0 E8T-Bo 0BTH-SO SOUTH. ALL RIGHTS TOR ALL. National Nominations by the People. FOR PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY. iOK VICE-PRESIDENT, B- ORATZ BROWN PRESIDENTIAL SLKCTOHS AT LAROX, Thomas Xwing, Jr. August Thiama. D1BTBI0T ELECTOR, ' OWEN X. GUNNING, Official Vote of Vinton County. In this paper will be found the official abstract of the votes cast in the twelve townships of this county; for the various State, District and County offices, on the 8th inst. Last Fall the Democrats poll ed 1,481 votes for Col. 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. — 16 October 1872

l)e (Euqutrer; I PUBLISHED SVKRT WDNWJDAY BT a. "VST. Bow-en, If ITOR AND P80PBIBT0B. N. J. -BOWERS.. RESIDENT DENTIST, MeARTHUR, OHIO. No Business Tone on Saturdays. ' M sn MMM r . . , . , u jTj. . .-, . -We learn that money is scarce. It will be scarcer if Grant should be re-elected. 1 The Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad Company are builiding an extensive round house and work shops at Colum- The citizensof McArthur and vicinity intend to make a dona tion on Thursday evening, Oct. 31, at the residence of Eld. II. A. Pallister: All are invited. Let all contribute something. -The Democracy and "Lib erals of Hocking .County gave Mr. Nash 706 majority over Mr. Bundv for Congress. The for mer received 1,907 votes and the latter 1,201. , John W. Lewis was re-elected Sheriff of Scioto County; ma jority' 207. The Radical State Ticket has a majority of 550 in the county. John is quite pop ular. There are still a few Radi cals in Vinton County who cling to the skirts of Grant and hur ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 16 October 1872

XttXJ 3, W.BOWTm,EHur. Mc Arthur,' Oct. 16. 1872. Boston has a - chap ' . who sports ; GO,00Q ;.' worth of . dia monds. ,. , . , ;7'm..', !'.' Apples can be bought for, ten cents a bushel in some parts of Illinois,; Yj. yi; The Ohio wool clip is i,ooo;- 000 . pounds 1 greater than' last year. :v.: . : ' Five : hundred I bushels to the acre is ah onion crop in Min nesota. ; The " Iowa j lead ..mines are claimed to be the"-richest in the world. ... ...... Park 13 raising for , those - who n- sace and Iiorrafn'e. .The' ' ; Chicago bricklayers are on a strike for. $4 per day of eight hours, j - y The wool house of Gilbert & Lovejoy, Boston, has failed for $200,000: v ..;..: A single piece of point lace at the Cincinnati Exposition cost 3,000. . ' j-'-- The anniversary- of "the great fire was celebrated in Chi cago the other day. The preacher "who said he could ' preach ' without V notes didn't mean bank notes. . The . Russian Czar, on his departure from' Berlin; left $2, 000 to be d...

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