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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 23 October 1872

WW fi,;;f "VJ M' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1872. f 11.50 PEXt TEAIt, l , Is idrauce . . f J. W. BOWEWr I NO. 41. VOL. 6. iPublisliM and Proprietor. J i Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE, On and after June 9, 1871, Trlanai will run as followa : ' 4f eg ; : a :::::: : :o !::;: : ,: a :::::; : IN H CO B H o 03 a H 3 re 3 aSsi ! : : : : :::::::::: : , a J QO IC t CD : : i it a .0 1 tc a : u : : Ox) HOhlJIU it? : S3 : 2 : -3 : 23 :i3 :E2 :g : S ll5flllaljSjJ 4 4 Miles ""Si? $2jK3g83i383 -5 ! ! : i : i : :2 : i :::::: : : : ll&SSSSSS. 3qSSS892S8'3$SS t5 X CO OJ v-4 4CI9t9t9f'NfHfH44itb -Sj : : : : : : : : : :::::::::::::: : : : ::::::::::::: ;.!:: ::::::-. :::: 4 s : S : o : ; : : SI : : i ; : ; ii ; i : . S8S2aS?3S a 5 a CINCINNATI EXPBKSS will run dally All otherTrains dally, except Sunday. CINCINNATI EXPRESS EAST makes no stop between Hamden anil Athens. Portsmouth Branch. Hail, Aaoommodatlon, Dep. Hamden JnekHnn Ar'r. Pertamoiit...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 23 October 1872

l)c (Enquirer- OFFICE-In -tand Story of Bowen I Building, North side of Mail Street, East of Court House. J. W. BOWESr Editor. MoArthur, October 23, 1872, "Our Banner Streams in Light." ONE PRESIDENTIAL TERM. Pacification and Purification. FIRM, TRI EdTaND TRU E. No more Nepotism--No Presents--Ho Bribes, True Civil Service Reform. THE LIVTHQ fSESEHT-HOI TEE DEAD PAST. Charity to All Malice toward None. Universal Amnesty Impartial Suffrage. ONE COUNT rWONB PEOPLE NO EAST HO WEST-go HOBTH-UnO "BOUTH. ALL RIGHTS rOR ALL. National Nominations by the People. . FOB PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY. FOB VICE-PRESIDENT, B. ORATZ BROWN. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS AT LiBOE, Thomas Ewlng, Jr. August Thiem. DISTRICT ELECTOR, OWEN X. GUNNING, Official Vote of Ohio. Four years ago this State gave Gift-taker Grant 41,000 major ity. Two years ago 15,000 negro votes were added to the Radical vote, making a majority of 56,000. . The official vote at the elec tion held October 8th for Secre tary of State and Supr...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 23 October 1872

(ftlje (Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY WIDNK8DAT BT ar. yw. Bowon, BOITOB AND PROPRIETOR. J, BOWEES, RESIDENT DENTIST, MoARTHUB, OHIO. Ho Business Sons on Saturdays. TnE highest market price paid for good Rags at this office. Lay in your winter apples now; the moon is all right. What a refreshing shower we were favored with yesterday. Pay up your subscriptions in corn, oats, potatoes, cash, &c. Every Justice of the Peace in need of blanks should call at this office. The best quality of Clothing at reduced prices, at the Store of T. A. Mellor, Zaleski. , The Court of Common Pleas will convene on the 25th of No vember, pursuant to adjournment. An examination of the styles and prices of Goods at Melxor's Store, in Zaleski, would please you. Ouit Union Schools, under the superintendence of Prof. M. R. Barnes, are in a prosperous con dition, and the attendance large. Take your corn and oats to Duncan's Store, in Zaleski, where you can get the highest market price for them. The second numb...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 23 October 1872

l)c (Enquirer, J, W.BOWEH, Editor. McArthur, Oct. 23, 1872. Features of Fashion. Beautiful Batin flowers are among the millinery novelties. Benedictine has superceded Chartreuse as the fashionable cordial. Fashionable cuspadors are now made of Vesuvian lava. Tortoise shell jewelry still continues in fashion. Pistache is the fashionable tint for note paper just now. Russian leather umbrella cov ers are the latest in the line. Ladies' dresses will be more elaborately trimmed than ever this winter. Watered ribbons are used in in preference to plain ones for bonnet strings. Great quantities of thread lace are used, making bonnets very expensive. New round , hats have very narrow brims and high tapering crowns approaching sugar-loaf shape. Satio leaves, arranged in trail ing garlands, are much used in trimming hats. The ladies are now wearing bright silk handkerchiefs folded over their shoulders. The fashionable style of con versation is becoming Johnson ian, vice slang, resigned. The ol...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 30 October 1872

inasM8Bfflaitaia --u.--.v..i.tu:waMhiU J ... ii. i -"lo" . WllMl'Vilflil y'M'4WR- V'XTOX' COUNTY. OHIO: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. 30, 1873. - f $1.50 PER YEAR, I I lit Advasoe . ., NO. 42. .VOL- 6. f J. Wi BOWEN. t Publisher tad Proprietor. i r ' Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. On and after Jun 9, 1871, Trlane will run aa follow ! 8 : 31 82 i : : H w B o o to as id Am oo t o o o 3. : : : :" i ::!:::::,:::; 3. J t. Oi ::! : 2 o : " : : ! so ins 0, C e. 1 Mac I jBissgassggggg'g V o :::::: : i : i :m : : "jji M ! ijj ! H i M M M I i i ! 28 : :S i ! : : I ' ::::' sls-i 1 ' 3'!! C1NCIN.VATI EXPRESS will run dally Allother rralns (tally, except Hunduy. CINUINNtvri EXPRE.SS EAST mukes no gfrp hetwnnn Hamdon ami Athenit. Portsmouth Branch. Mail. Accommodation. Dep. Humdeii JuokHon Ar'r. Portgmontli Dep. Portaiu'iuch Ar'v. .Inclison ' Humien 6:00 A. M. . 4.09 "- aso " Rtfl A. H. 10;W " It. .10 P.M. 7.08 " . 10.55 " 12-20 P.M. 4:00 " 5.17 " Portsmouth Branch. Trains Co...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 30 October 1872

Stljc inquirer. " Building, North side of Mais Streut. hast of toiiri uouse. J, W. BOWEN, Editor. Mc Arthur, October 30, 1872. "Our Banner Streams in Light." ONE PRESIDENTIAL TERM. Pacification and Purification. Fl RMj'TRI EDAND TRUE. No more Nepotism--No Presonts , No Bribes. True Civil Service Reform. the irvnia pbesehi'-hoi the dead past. Charit y to All Malice toward None. Universal Amnesty Impartial Suffrage. ONE COUNTRYONE PEOPLE. MO EASI-KO WE8T-H0 HORIH-MO SOUTH, ALL RIGHTS FOR ALL. National Nominations by the People. FOR PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY. FOH VICE-PRESIDENT, B-GRATZ BROWN- I-IIK8IDIXTUL ELECTORS ATI.AROK. Thomas Ewing, Jr. August Thieme. FOR DISTRICT ELECTORS. I. District FL AMEN II ALL, Jr. . " ISAAC M. JORDAN. . " GRANVILLE W. STOKES. 4. " JOHN L. WINNER. 5. " DANIEL .T.CALLEN. . " HIRAM FKEASE. 7. " JOSEl'IIJ. GREEN. H. " ' JOHN II. YOUNG. II. " THOMAS E. POWELL. 10. " WILLIAM E. HAYNE9. U. " OWEN T. GUNNING. 11. " EDWARD SMITH. 1.1. ABNER L. CASS. I I. MICHAEL ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 30 October 1872

rUDMSIIED EVERT WBDHISDAT BY J". W. Bowon, BDITOB AND PBOfBIBTOB. J, BOWEES,. . f RESIDENT DENTIST, ; Mo ARTHUR, OHIO. No Business Tone on Saturdays. What beautiful October weath- erl . . . Be sure to go and vote for Greeley next Tuesday 1 DcEiN(i the past month this paper has been like the west ward bound St. Louis Express on , the Marietta & Cincinnati Rail road a little behind time. Envelopes. We have thou sands of Envelopes of the best quality for sale at this office. If you want Envelopes with your business card printed ' thereon; come and see us. Trices aston ishingly low. William Shober, Secretary of , , the Gallipohs, McArthur & Co lumbus Railroad Company, has resigned, and J. J. Cadot, . of Gallipohs, appointed by . the Board of Directors to fill the vacancy. . . In the case of William Raynor vs. Lotas Moore, et. al., m- the Perry County Court of Common Pleas, ihe report of the Com missioners was confirmed and a sale of land ordered. This is the case, we believe, in...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 30 October 1872

l)c (Euqmm. J, W.BOWEH, Editor. McArtlmf: Oct. ' 30, 1872. -It is a fact not without its significance that as goes Hamil ton County so goes, the , Union'. She voted the Buchanan ticket in 1856 : in October, ' and Buchanan was chosen President in November. " V In 1860 she gave a small plurality for the Lincoln nominees. '; In 1864 she gave - a large majorlty.that way, and in 1868 -voted .strongly for . the Grant; candidate1 Lincoln was chosen twice and Grant once, immediately after her October victories in '; their favor. " The Greeley ticket carried the county bv nearly six thousand on Octo ber SthjW'wfc arejniholiuo. of Cincinnati Enquirer. . "I voted for Hartranft be cause my party compelled me to," says John F. Bent, a promi nent Penhsylvanian," .. "but - the election of such a man . will stand on record forever as one of the most disgraceful acts of politics. Andamanwnowoum knowinerlv assist in such dis grace under the silly plea of party necessity ought to nave ins ears cropped...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 6 November 1872

.'i J;. ,T. M' ARTHUR, -VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1812. VOL. 6. f J.W.BOWEN, I I Publliliar and Proprietor, J "iTFJ NO. 43. 2a yp"fcs ' eft ra n m i fx un rr. - ; 111 ' . . vj i v ''m:';:: ' ' , 4. ' ''' ' ' ' i ' ..... ' llatlwan tmc. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. On and after June 0, 1871, Trluna -will runuiouowa: ;S r; : j : a i ! ! S3 i 3" : o 113 ::iiU:Hj!oT: 2 oi j ..4 i " N a fa : ? ! Ill: ;!!:?'? : : : : : i K - t - ' T I "' ' " ' g; i : tt nils' ait 5 pai-c0SiO2SS9 " o a : I : : : : : : : : 2 o'. : :: 5 :25 re : : q -3 i 0 to a i S3 5i :JSS -'22 :g iS o fl 5 l.a-'li.fl MS Mii6s s2Ss225S2 1 -3 i i i : : : !::: : i o i eo W k! io e 3 3ft J"" : O M CO dj d3 0 55 : 3 r 31? x : : : : tii-i : UNCIN.VATI EXPRESS- will run dally Allother Trains dally, except Sunday. - CINUINtUTI EXPKESH KA8T makos no gtop betwoen Hamden and Atnens. , Portsmouth Branch. Mail Accommodation. Dep. Hamdoii Jaokitui Ar'r. Portsmouth Dep. PoriHmoutU Ar v. Jack-ton Hamde...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 6 November 1872

I)t (Enquirer. Bulhlfnir. North side of Mala Street kast of Court House. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. Mo Arthur, -. November 6, 1872. More rain fell yesterday. Yon can't find a more com- plete assortment of goods in Za leski than at Mellor's store. On all' the well regulated farms in .Yinton county, corn husking ia the order of the day, Mrs. Julia, A. Bobo removed to her new home in Kentucky on Wednesday last ...... , At the Madison county stock sales, 'at Mt Sterling, on the 26th of-October, eight yearling steers, weight being 500 each, belonging to William Bray, of this county, were withdrawn. A large number of persons at- tpiulfirl the Donation Party at til residence of Eldl II. A. Pallster, last Thursday night. TIia Amount contributed was $50. " Why are the goods' in the house of Will & Co., at Zaleski, Hkfl Rio- Raccoon River at this ra time ? Because thev are very low. Go and and see the goods and learn prices. At the Favetto county stock sale, on the 26th ult, Hon. T, M. Bay, of ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 6 November 1872

4 A inquirer; PUBLISHED IVEBY WBDNKSDAY BY . ar. "stst bo won, JEDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. N. J. BOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST, McARTHUR, OHIO. No. Business Done on Saturdays. The nights are getting long. Wild Geese are traveling South. Boys and squirrels are gather ing nuts. ' ' , l , The finest Piece Goods can be had at Meli.or'b Store, in Zalosld. Indian Summer. How beauti ful. Now is the time to subscribe for the McArthur Enquirer. The choioeslGronories to be found in Zaloski aro at Duncan's Store. Old Jack Frost is about. He has rattled off most of the" leaves. Thursday, November 28th, has been designated by Gov. Noyes as Thanksgiving day. The beuutiful Drees Goods at T, A. Mellor's Store, nt Zaleski, pleases the Indies. So cheap, too I The Councilmen of this vil lage ought to hold a meeting at least once in three months. See notice of redemption of lands given by Auditor Belford, in another column. ' . Eaq. Duncan has opened .a Sad die and Harness Shop in his Store, in Zaloski, and wil...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 6 November 1872

l)e (Enquirer. J, W, 10WES, Editor. , Mc Arthur, Nov. G. 1872. Balloons. The first idea of the ; balloon was suggested by a Jesuit priest, Francis Lana, in 1670; but the ftfihial invention of balloons is of much later date, and is due to Stephen aud Joseph de Mont- golfier, paper manufacturers, at Annonay, near Lyons, stance The first public experiment was made by them on June 5, 1783. Their balloon, weighing 600 pounds, and containing 22,000 cubic feet (French . measure,) was sent up, .and rising to an elevation of nearly a mile, des cribed a horizontal line of 7,200 feet, and Gradually sank. The first sere-nautical voyage was ac complished on November 21, of the same year, when M. Jriiatre de Rozier and the Marquis d'Ar- landes ascended inaMontgolfier balloon from the Chateau de la Muette, near Passy, gained an elevation of nearly 3,000 feet, and after : catching fire, which was easily extinguished by the intrepid voyagers, descended safely, after a journey of six miles, ' which w...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 13 November 1872

' iff' M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1872. VOL. 6. J. W. BOWEN, I I Fablisher and Proprietor. J 111.60 PER YEAR,) I In Advance, NO. 44. J will Hi IK j PROCEEDINGS —OF THE— —OF THE— STATE COUNCIL —OF— THE CHRISTIAN UNION, OF OHIO. The Council mot, pursuant to a resolution adopted at it last session, at Wllllamsport, Pickaway County, Ohio, September 4th, 1871, t I o'olock P. II., and (Brother Hatfield, Moderator, having departed 'this life,) was : called fo order by thd Itecorder. The XVth lialin.was then read, and t.a appropriate ' hyuin sung; alter which, prayer and suppllca tlon was made to Christ, the bead of tho Church, by Brother Flack. On motion of Brother Wolf, Brother Durant was chosen Moderator, pro tem. The certificates of the Ministers- and Dele gates wero then handed in. Committee on Credentials. Brother Klise offered tho following Resolu lion, which was adopted, to-wlt: Resolved, That a Committee of throe, on Credentials, be appointed. And thoreu...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 13 November 1872

l)c (Snquirtr. OFFICE In Second Htory of Bowen's itiiiiiiina-. North side of Mala Street, tast of Court lluue. j. w. BOWKNi Editor. Mo Arthur, November 13, 1872. Meeting for Consultation. The members of the Demo cratic State Central Committee and of the Liberal Republican Stntft Central Committee, to gether with all other Democrats and Liberal Republicans of Ohio who may be able to come, are re quested to meet for consultation, at Thurman Hall, in the city of Columbus, on the 15th day of November, 1872, at 2 o'clock p. JNO. G. THOMPSON, CH'M Dem. State Cen. Com. R. BRINKERHOFF, Ch'm Lib. Republican State Com. Democratic and Liberal Democratic and Liberal Republican Union--Suggestions for the Future. T. M. Lowry writes from Nicholsville, Ky., to the Cincin nati Enquirer, as follows : "What sny you of the future of the Democratic and Liberal Republican union ? In my judg ment it was a Btep in the right direction, and they have now but to remain solid, discarding all dead issues, and l...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 13 November 1872

(El)c (Euquirer. published irui wkdmbsdav by ' ar. "W. Bowon, EDITOR AMD PROVBIETOU. J" J. BOWEES, RESIDENT DENTIST, Mo ARTHUR, OHIO. No Busine33 Bone on Saturdays. A Religious Paper to be Published in McArthur. It will be seen by the. pro ceedings of the State Council of the Christian Union Church of Ohio, held on the 4th of Septem ber, 1872, at Williamsporti Pick away county, Ohio, to be found on the first page of this paper, that The Christian Witness, the orgaji of The Christian Union Churches, which was established at Columbus, Ohio, in 1864, by the late Rev. J. F. Given, the publication of which was sus pended in May,' 1872, will be re-established and published in this town. The Young Men' Christian Association will give a Literary and Musical Entertainment at the M. E. Church on Wednes day evening, Nov. 27. The pro gramme will consist of Addresses, Orations, Essays, and choice gems of Music, and it is intend ed to make this exhibition sur pass all the former excellent en tert...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 13 November 1872

r ' - i" " 1 ' 1 ; She (Jcuqmnr. J. W. BOWEJ, Editor, HcAitlnir. Nov. 13. 1872. Jlut new Nowmlior's surly blast, Speaks loudly of tho t heory lire, Ami nmkes in, ns It bowls about, I nto the grateful blme draw Higher. The fulling leaves, a sad remind That winter days have come again, Whirl through the air in countless troops, And rattlo on the window pane. REMOVAL ! DRUGS! DRUGS!! O. X. Gunning has just removed from the "Old Brick Corner" his splendid assortment of Drags, Med icines, Oils, Paints, BooAs, Station cry, &c, to his NEW ROOM in Will's New Building, one door west of Gilman, Ward & Co:'b Store, on Main Street, where he will be pleased! to .moot alLbia old custqrn- erey and afifinany .morertis chose.' to givonim their patronage, - His New Boom is really the finest in Southern Ohio; is being visitod by evorybody; and his supply o Drugs, Wines, Oils, Toilets, and the liAe equal to any other establishment intho country. He fills presciptions, and can ac commodate all c...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 20 November 1872

.l-.-L.JLL!ii;!.J-LL'-": Jk. ' ... 'IVW'H.. ..... VOL. G. ' f J, W. BOWElt.'-'l :..' V-r- l Publisher and Proprietor.) - i" M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1872 ; ilJMtffi!5SAa' " - NO. 45 ' 1 -'. t t , Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. On and after Nov. 8, 1872, Trians will On and after Nov. 8, 1872, Trians will run as follows : ,'o : : : : :B : : :a:,-. . 53 2: H !;;;' sf3ia8Sai'l , 10 .oti H CQ M s o a w B (A H .-3 4 is 1 .. A a n W fli f In Mile ni f : i : : o ;,; : : ill: to . Q 2 2 3 a -.Us it : : I j i 1 V: IA H to a o a m 5X 4 ! ! a H So : H3l S3393J3 , CINOINXA.TI EXPRIS-W1 will run dully All otliRr I'rulns dally, X(pt, Hunday. JINvJISNvTI EXPRBHS EAST mukes no top but wwu Hamilun mid Atlieii8. Portsmouth Branch. Mali, AoeommoitaUon, Dep. , Hii'TidBn 4.00 p. M, 4.89 " 7.00 ' 8.4A K. M. 1H05 " .1145 P.M. 8:1ft A. Jnokson 7.21 . 11.10 " 12-20 P. 11 . 4:00 ' 5.20 " Ar'r. Portsmouth l)p. Portatnoulh Ar v. Jackson Hamden 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. — 20 November 1872

The Enquirer. E-trir-trrn Worn! Storv of Boweu's Bull, Una-. North aide of Mala Street. Kiixt of Court House. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur,---November 20, 1872. The larietta & Pittsburg rail road has been completed to Cambridge, and the cars are running to that point The round-houses of this road are al- so to be established at the latter place. Defeated. -We .regret to learn that Col. W. M. Grosvenor, of St. Louis, who addressed the peo ple of Vinton and Jackson coun ties during the late campaign; was defeated for Representative to Congress, at the 5th of Nov ember election. The result of the election is as follows : - E. 0. Stanard W. M. UroeTcnor ..B.871 ..6,12 Stanard's majority. . . 143 The great fire in Boston called into service no less than one hundred and seventeen steam fire engines. We may form some estimate of the awful mag nitude of the conflagration by considering the enormous force that was called into requisition to subdue the flames ; and e...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 20 November 1872

The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY J. W. Bowen, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. N. J. BOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST, McARTHUR, OHIO. No Business Done on Saturdays. The hog market is looking up. The horse disease continues to sproud throughout the cities. The hoop-pole trude is opening iilong tho line of the M. & C. R. Il ls your name on our eubscrip . tion book ? If not, send it in. There are no flowers blooming now. The miners in the vicinity ol Pomproy, 700 in number, have been on a strike for several days. Hoa killing time is approaching. Tho crop is quite largo in some lo calities. The roads through all parts of the county were never in a better condition than at present. From present appearances, winter has commenced its reign in good earnest Santa Claus gives notice that Christmas comes on Wednesday this year. All kinds of dress goods at re ducedprices at tho Variety Store of T. A. Mellob. at Zaleski. The west abiitomont of tho bridge for the GullipoUo & McArthur R.II. was c...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 20 November 1872

The Enquirer. The Enquirer. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur, Nov. 20, 1872. Railroad Conductors, From ft report ' presented to the Life Insurance Company of the Railroad Conductors of the United States we learn that dur ing the year ending August 1, 1872, no less than thirty-two conductors have been removed from the association, either by sujjden death, disease or perma nent disability 1 for life oh the road. An examination into the statistics of these removals shows the following facts: Sateen conductors met with deaths at their posts, of whom eleven were on ' freight trains ' and five , with passenger trains. Two conduc tors had each an arm amputated, and one lost a leg by accident; one died of sunstroke on the New Jersey Southern, three died of spine disease, and twelve died of consumption, every one of whom were passenger conduc tors. It is a matter of grave consideration for conductors gen erally that the disease claims such a large percentage of their number, but it is presumabl...

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