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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 27 November 1872

Av ' :3 ' Awf 51'".: 'VOL. 6. f J, W. BO WEN, l I Publisher and Proietor. I M'ARTHOR; ' VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 18T2. 1-5AB't V NO. 46. tie ''. . '1 ' .': ' i i i k. .. av . i . r,. a. muh in- m m rn Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. On and After Nov. 8. 1872, Trians Will run as follows : H ta t H o o CO a :fl . : : :o : : ! ; ! :a : : : ; - ig ; :.; ; glass's lO CO l id rf 3 : l6 ):;..:.: : J :::::::: : ii :ii::!;:i:i! : : i ' ' ' . : j : X 3 a. S. 0, J : o : : S e : ; i I'd ! m ; A3 :E2 S'ga Basils 8 HfrJ! a 1 1 mien "Wfrig BfSsllgl'Q H o B o o w t 3 : : i". : : ,5j S3 SI- P4 il ! : : : : :3j HUN- Si 33 CINCINNATI KXPKESM will run dally All other Truing lBlly, except Snnday. HINCINNm EXPRESS EAST makes no gtop hntwnon ttnimien biii iiim Portsmouth Branch. Hall, Accommodation. 4.00 p.m. - 6:15 A.M.. 4.80 " - 7.SI " 7.00 11.10 " 8.45 A. H. 12-20 P.M. ll'.OS " 4:00 " 11.45 P.M. 5.20 " Dop. Hamden Jackson Ar'T. Portamonth Dep. Portaiuou...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 27 November 1872

The Enquirer. OFFICE-In Second Story ' . Bw"'5. Building, North side of Mala Strwt. Aast of Court Hume. - J. W. BOWEN, Editor. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur,---November 27, 1872. Horace Greeley. " Since Mr. Greeley's .nomina tion as our candidate for Presi dent, he has borne our standard most ably, firmly and nobly against the battallions of hatred and tyranny, intrenched behind the fortresses of official power and corruption, and massed sol idly together by the cohesive ness of public plunder and a party discipline as rigid and in flexible as iron. No leader, ever bore himself better under 'such difficult and adverse circum stances. Whatever may have been thought of him or his nom ination as an expedient his sup porters will give him the meed of unqualified praise as a candi date. He has proved his capacity for statesmanship to be oi tne very first order of intellect and judgment, which intensifies our regret that his country has not availed itself of his eminent fit ness for its C...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 27 November 1872

The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY J. W. Bowen, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. N. J. BOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST, McARTHUR, OHIO. No Business Done on Saturdays. " The time Las come for colds and sore throats. Don't forget to attend the Y. M. C. A. "Sertii-Annual" to-night. Fbom appearances at the pres ent, sleigh-bells will have plenty to do this winter. Thanksgiving Day, "the sad dest of the year," (to turkey's), is near at hand. , The finest Dress Goods are sold at the House of Will & Co., Zaleski. Tickets for the Y. M. C. A. meet ing to-night, can be found on sale nt all tlio stores in town. , - It is nearly.time for the poem, "Beautiful Snow," to commence its annual tour in the newspapers. The few lights that illuminate this burg shine like a brass tack in a mud-hole. You wana nice pair of boots,, or shoes, or gaiters? Then go to the house of Will & Co., at Zaleski. When a couple get married now-a-days it is called Matrimo- nialliance and they g...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 27 November 1872

The Enquirer. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur. Nov. 27, 1872. Johnny Bartholomew's Johnny Bartholomew's Dash. [From the Gold Hill, Nevada, News, Oct. 18.] The passage of the -trim-from Reno yesterday" morning,' thro' the burning: tunnel to the other side of the American ' JM, will have to stand recorded as one oi the most brilliant as well as for tunate .dashes' ever made under such circumstances. Johnny Bar tholomew, one of the best engi neers that ever mounted a loco motive, had, on this " particular occasion, happened to change 60 with Charley McCormick, - the regular' engineer of the ''Reno,'' and therefore b was '. the ! hero ol this occasion.. There was no trusty watchman or anybody else to give warning of the impend ing .danger, and the train was around the curve and into ; the tunnel before' the' fireV could be seen. The tunnel is 650 feet in length, and the fire being at-the opposite end, there was but lit tle time for thinking' or acting and not enough f...

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 December 1872

saaMtaasaaaiia -0 iitsVAAAA i 3 (V. I"1- m 111 J i -. tea TO VOL. , .'. pniir?d0PMprie?or.''' ', ;;" M'ARTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO; WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, . 1872. f $1.60 PER YEAR, I t . In AdTBc, NO. 47. ' rntf AAA rrftfv rrf&'A A - I LP JJ IV! 4 'j U I i ...! ; Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. On and after Nov. 8. 1872, Tarins will run as follows : : a b :S : o -3 3 5 CO! 2 H W W o M o o CO 5 H aoc aid 3 h a -Ik : : . 00 00 t- 0 V so :::::': . . : ' fc ' in . . IU bo 11 t i UUoj H to w o o CO -H4iaHri.oi!idi 32 : a w ,? 3 S 3 - - ri 1' : : : : : IF : i i : : : oo a oo di i :s 2 " . (Jl.VOi.S'.V vn KXPltB-tS will run dally A II ntlwr rr.ilm ilullv. xcDt XundHV. (HNOIMNtri BXPBEs8 EAST miikes no gtop hntwonn Hitmden una Atlmnw. Portsmouth Branch. l(i. Acoommodiitlon, 4.00 p. m. 0:15 A. M. , Dep. Ilaimlmi Jiiiiknin A.r'V. Portamoiith Don. PorismiUtli .Vr'v. Jnclmoiv Hftirnlnn 4.3!) 7.S1 7.00 " R.4& A. U. 11:03 " 1145 P.M. 11.10 " ' t-.m " " Train...

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 December 1872

The Enquirer. OFFICE-Iu Second Mory rf Bow' .SEE., Lrth side of Mala Street, r.at of tllUlt HolltlBt J. W. Bowen, Editor. J. W. Bowen, Editor. McArthur,---December 4, 1872. : Judge Corwin, of Urbana, this State, died on Thursday last, at twelve o'clock.' . (i rant will revive his San Do mingo scheme and attempt to . get it through the Senate. , John A. Bingham wants a fat office at home instead of the Russian mission. Judge Settle, of North Caro lina. exDects to be assigned to the .Supreme. Bench in place of Justice JMelson. ... " Kentucky elects an entire Democratic Congressional dele gation by an aggregate majority of over 50,000. Greeley's ma jority Is aboutlOOa Nine bodies have been re covered from the Boston fire, and five of them identified. Nineteen bodies, supposed to have been buried in the. ruins, are still missing. The official majority for Grant over Greeley, in Michi gan, is 58,468; over all, 54,400. The vote was, Grant 135,244; Greeley, 76,776; O'Conor 2,852; Black 1,2...

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 December 1872

The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY J. W. Bowen, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. N. J. BOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST, McAETHUR, OHIO. No Business Done on Saturdays. The "Fat Contributor" says that "Buck & Brighf'.is now the leading Cincinnati firm. ' Our numerous readers will ob serve by reference to fie number on the first page of this paper that the sixth volume will , soon close. !t.;!. If marriageable, ladies mean business, they had better lm prove the' time, as only about four weeks of leap year remain, in which to assert their rights. There are 680,000 grains in a bushel of wheat raised on the Vinton cnty hills. If any of those Scioto ttomites don t be lieve it, let them ?omo oyer and count them. , , Chester French, Esq., of place, will please accept thanks for a cepy of the Fort Scott He publican, published at Fort Scott, Kansas. His son, Cyrcs 0. French, is practing: law in that town. Vice's Floral Guide for Janu ary, 1873, is just received. It contains 150 pages and 500 en gra...

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 December 1872

The Enquirer. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur. Dec. 4, 1872. THE SAILOR BOY. BY W. H. P. AIR "Jack Xunrv." The flrst I saw my handsome Kill, It was in eighteen tweutv-nlue; A smlilou thought passed thru' my head, The wish Hint the waa mine. , So to conrt her I began, Though in me she took no pride; A sailor die said I muit be, llelore she would be my brldo. So at sailing I straight did go, But not to the iniglity sea; I Bulled upon the auction block That Is the place to sail for me. Prom this gal I long The term of seven 1 did stray, long years: When I returned she did not know This clattering auctioneer. When I took her by the hand, ' Her cheek was pale: she cried A grieving for her sailor boy. Whom, she supposed had died. . "You should uot think, of hint alone," I unto ker did say( . i . "I'e rhaps he has found another gal, , And with her he's gone to stay, "If you will but reject him And consent to marry me, Then I will quit my rambling; round O, how happy we could bel" . "Go sway ...

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 December 1872

, 1 J. W. BOWEN, T 1 ( Psblliber and PropriutorJ ' flUOPERTEAR,) 'iC"i"V' ttw f t . ' ' '' ' ' ; . j" ' i ' ' ' Vlll ' K " ,1 W)Suwi.fl, i VJU. 0. -.i.v '. IPubliibw and Propdutox. .. -r . Railway Time. Bonr. 13' JZ : Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. On nd after Nov. 8. 1873, THana will run follows : . j 2 i::! ' : o : ,. . . . .. , , C in ' .i H CO W 5 IIS i iiili i.ii-ii-i lilii: J 52sss?2 ' acsstsaassasisa an 3 4 1 : : : : ; i . i . 3 C3 :g : .si r t a ! . s : ::::::: :"i LL 4 . : : I 4 : i.S : : ; j : 5 a Another Trln daily, ex uepl Sunday. . atpii) btrau flamdnn and .tben.- a . 2 v : u ; i: 35 !li2 oSd :P-s Portsmouth Branch. ,U.iU. AeeommodaUon, 4.00 p.m. :15a.m. 4.88 " 7.tl " T.OO ' 11.10 ' 8.45 A. If 12-20 P.M. 11105 " 4-.00 " i 11 45 P,K.''; B.aO " Pep. Ifamdari ' Jackwin Ar'r. Portsmouth Iup, Portsmouth Ar'r. Jack-ion . Kamden Trains Connect at Loveland. far all point oo tkeUlttlo t tha (udiannpolls JtUueluuali Kullroiul J...

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 December 1872

The Enquirer. nccirp-rn tWnn.l Htorv of Bowen's Huildiug, North lle of Muia Street, liast of I ourt House. ;, '- J. W. BOWEN, Editor. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur,---December 11, 1872. Grs. McClella'n is suggested for New Jersey's next Governor. , Messrs. Don Piatt and Geo. Alfred Townsend are to start a jnew evening paper in Washing ton. -, '- : '!;''''.: ; : ' Of the original quartette who founded newspapers in New York City, only' one survives-f-AYillum Cullen Bryant, the poet-editor. ' ' Dr. J, Godwin Scott, a brother-in-law of Professor Huxley a former companion of Lord Byron, and latterly surgeon in the Con federate army, died last week at Montgomery, Alabama. ;:: j The Presidential electors for this State assembled in the Sen ate Chamber, at Columbus, on Wednesday, the 4th inst, and cast their votes for Grant and Wilson for President and Vice President of the United States. If the Grantites did beat us we have the satisfaction of know ing that we kept the flies, off them dur...

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 December 1872

The Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY J. W. Bowen, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. N. J. BOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST, McARTHUR, OHIO. No Business Done on Saturdays. Important Notice. , -As , fin - eulargemf at of k thift paper will soon take ; plaqe, we wish those who are indebted io up .on subscriptions job printing, advertising, &c to-come Jbtward autopsy die Meiirij lfm- ingJtuw- change 'in ur-paper. About the time the chanra is made in the size of this paper, we expect to commence the pub lication of The Cliristian Witness. Lei; no person1 del ay '; the. pay ment of the amount due us; be it ever sb small." ;; IfiVou'-'liave" $o money, come and see us any how. Wewant you to come and see us "early ana plten. On, fof a dog.epwootie !o1vn'iso S'5sibr-HJaek ' frostj Watur is a scarce' article iq mis lo.caniy. ? We bad1 a fewdays of Indian summer Jast .week, ."and quite , soft were the ekies,'; .t The nighta are getting ripo for Thomas ...

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 December 1872

The Enquirer. McArthur. Dec. 11. 1872. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. A TERRIFIC TUSSLE. A Yarn of Steamboat Life— Reminiscence of Humphrey DAVIS. The exploits of the Missis sippi River gamblers, which is how a page in our social history, are ever of interest in these days of more morality and less daring. The Missouri Democrat gives an account of Humphrey Davis, a whilom king among5 the shar pers. ' Davis was a .small, dap per : and rather good looking man of perhaps 3d years of age, weighing only 120; or 125 pounds, but hir-word was never disputed by his reckless companions, who knew that he would brook G0 tradiction or interference from no one, and that his hand readi ly fell on the hilt of a knife or the handle of a revolver. Un like" many of the others, he fre quently traveled alone, and was always ready to test his skill in a game of poker with one or more strangers, but the profes sionals who knew him only by reputation hesitated at trying to beat him by illegitimate means, well knowin...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 18 December 1872

eWSW ii 4 2? P : u 'M'vt .... j. w'.Ibowen, I I Pabllihf and Proprietor. I VOL. 6; : f 1 M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1872. : i lio prn tear, v X . liidvaict. NO. 49. x ait if a ml hk v i v in, v r Mr -m i i v v r , r : j .... ..l --4h Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. On and after Nov, 8, 1872, Triaha will run as follows : 8 : o ' 1 111 j : : : : ' alfaaa'sas ej'Vio.oy. tn W B o J3 J 2 J 5 Sa ! :. t ;1 : : ) v ; : ! : : i : L3S ,oi Xi M t-V ia ... ' vwtow o wk" - Ml P4 TV : : 'r : i . ?! : : : : 4 a tig sua as"0. -1 . '.S . t-wio-ieiaoiVS-CO ID O i .. '8 4: iiyiiii.iiiii 1 1 Q ) Miles i .rF8fS"53lsl3l388 -J5S a, H tn M a o o ..... . 3 : : :a : 4 to 58 : : 12, a P4 83S39S?3 00 j-aidd ji j o G1XOINXATI EXPftEHH will ruu dally Allother Trains dully, except Hunday. CINOINSvrl EXPRESd EAST makes no ton botween H 'linden and Athens. ' . t . 1 i Portamoatk Branch. '.. . ,. ' ., t. ;. . itfciiL AotommotlaUo. Dep. Hamden J'toksnn Ar'. Po...

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 December 1872

OFFICE J a Second Story of Itowm'i . Iluilcliiig. North side of Main Street. K;W o Court House, i J. W. ItOWKX. Editor.' McArthur, December 18, 1872 .:!t:r. little is being "aonon Congress, excepjtjh? rearrange ment of .tlje committee in both branched j " ' . ; SAAllEL-'Ni i Pake, the 1 builder and owner of Pike's Opera House, Cincinnati, died of apoplexy at New York on Saturday week. ! .uu.il . , What we; ay 1 first );we.-. gay i last Jackson Standard. :. ; :. '7 That's, fkht! Stick, to it! f NeVer'feivef-n !: ,; 5 " - i t The coal tonnage of the 'Co Jumbus and Hocking .Valley Railroad Company for the week ending November 7th was 13,! 452 tons 363,204 bushels. ' :j It appears that t there -were destroyed by the great Boston conflagration 11,000,000 pounds of wool, 5,000,000 suits, .of cloth ing, 21,000 bags' of coffee and 25,000 chests of tea. , Greeley's vote' 'in Licking county, falls just 41 votes be hind Wiley's in October) and is 137 greater than Seymour's in 1868. The O'Conor...

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 December 1872

WHMrw4 ....i Y-Tninr 1 n't rOBLisqio bvcbt widnesday by -1 BDITOA lMDBOPaiKTOR. ... N. J.' BOWERS." RESIDENT DENTIST, McAKTHUR, OHIO. No Business Done on Saturdays. Important Notice. paper will soon take place, we wish those . who are indebted to , ... . i .if I US On SUDSCripUOnS, 10D priniinff, adveitisinsr. &c. to come forward ii-.i. . anu seine m uiai we may u . i i ii "'' aoie 10 pay tne expense oi man- ing this change in our paper. About the time the change is :L u. .:. it-i Iliaue 1Q me B1SGB VI U11B uauei, we expect to "commence the pub- . . .. tk'rm m i' -rwr-i . iication oi J. ae vnnsnun rr tines, Let no- person delay the pay- - . . a . ment of the amount due us, be it ever so small. If you have no , -, " money, come ana see us any- how. vVe want you to come and Dec ua ctni emu viivu. The renort of the monthly r block neiu 111 iMunruiur, uu Tuesday, December 11), is crowded out this week. It will appear in Our next paper. , . j , . We want a correspondent in . tv i i e...

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 December 1872

Slje.Snquirer,- Me Arthur. Dec. 18. 1873. J, W. BOWES, Editor. IFU31VEO VLXj ! DRUGS ! DRUGS 1 1 : 0. T. . Gunning has just removed from the. "Old Brick Corner" his Hplendid assortment of Drugs, Med icines., Oil a, Paints, Books, Station ery, fy.",lo liia'.NElT ROOM in Will's New Building, one door west of Oilman,-Ward & Co.'s Store, on Main Street, wbVroVUo will bo plensod to moet all his old custora- crs. and as many more as chose to give him thoir patronage. His Now Boom is really the finost in Southern Ohio; is being visited by overybody; and his supply 0 Drugs, Wines, Oils, Toilets," ana tne liAe equal to any other establishment intho country. "",". ; He fills presciptions, and can ac commodate all customers atreason able . rates. If you want to see tho finest Drug Store, drop. in and examine this one. ' "' For Pure Drugs and Medicines goto Sisson's. How to Go West. This is an enquiry which every one should have truthfully answer ed beforo ho starts on his journey, and a li...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 1 January 1873

I. 5:' ';:v3.;v"i;.::.: : !R--" Sr!ara ' fry. ..yris ".'fl. . ,l. - VOL: 6. J. WiBOWEN, I I Publisher and Proprietor, J ' .' M'ARTHUR, VINTON ; COUNTY,;; OHIO WEDNESDAY, JANUARY . 1, 18T3. f $1 .50 PER YEAR, t. I , In-Advance.,. L ; NO. 51. rf V trim I'--"liTnf"1 Til Tll.TlfcT- : r-TTr " "" s":-'"" Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. On and after Nov. 8, 1872, Trians will i' ; i run as follows: i . i ; ; i : : : i : i :a : . : ; ' :"o :: : ri ..: . ;.:-t: .t,:jj H CO N a - o X1 a?2 a ass S2235?S2S5SgSS Mne 1 1 gjSggg SSSggggsSij p. t : 1-1 i ::: sis :53 ; : : : : : 8 : fl r : : ; .TJ KB Ba'.ig j ; 8855333 & t V - M a a -4 Miles rtKS5l"S SlSSg"33S2 -2 : 1 : i : : ":':: r ::: : : : : : : : : : a- : i i ! ! p; i .. . . . .4 - 3 a" CLNUINIf ATI EXPilB-W will ruu dally All otherTralna dally, oxonpt Hunday. 0ICINNTI KXPRESH EAST makes no to t7 betweftTi Hiiindnn and Atliwrm. Portsmouth Branch. MtU. AooomiHodtttion. Dip. Ila ndon , i, J;ick8 u "' Al''r. 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. — 1 January 1873

I)c (Enquirer. yC IOC 111 OTJCUllil niui n "'n " Building;, North side of Vail 8tret, Kant of VUIII fc IIIHinr. J. W. ItOWEN, Editor. McArthur, January 1, 1873 Tiianks. Hon. A. 0. Tuuit man, U. Senator from Ohio, will accept thanks for a copy of the "Report of the Commission er of Agriculture for the year 1870." ; The first train over the To . ledo, Tiffin & Eastern Railroad made a trip' from Toledo to Mansfield Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that regular trains will be placed on the road by the 15th of January. Never did even the "oldest inhabitant"' witness so many people slipping about on such icy roads, fields, streets, side walks, alleys and other places, as .during the two weeks last past. It seemed like nobody could stand up without falling, or he still after falling Hat upon the icy face of old mother earth. Many persons were injured by falling. The slave trade is in a more flourishing condition than it has been for many years. During the last year 20,000 slaves hav...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 1 January 1873

l)c (Enquirer. P0BLI8HKD EVERT WEDNESDAY BT T. "W. Bowen, COITOa AMD PROfBICTOR. J. BOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST, MoARTHUR, OHIO. No Business Lone on Saturdays. What dul you get for a Christ mas present I One more Christmas, with its great joys and awful sorrows, passed off very quietly. Many of the young men are now engaged in sleighing their dears. Money is almost as scarce as water, and that can't be had in this town. How gloriously happy the people would be if a good rain would fall. At 12 o'clock last night the sands of 1872 had all disap peared from the hour glass of time. Last Friday night was an ex tremely cold night. At sunrise on Saturday morning the ther mometer stood at 22 degrees be low zero. ,) ! The election held in Gallipo lis, on Monday, Dec. 16, on the question of granting $60,000 aid to the Ohio (Valley Railroad, was carried by 29 votes over the necessary two-Jhirds. If you are a ;lawyer, justice of tne peace, constable, or anybody in need of blanks or blank books of ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 1 January 1873

Stlje (Enquirer; JlcArtluir, cJan. 1. 1873, J. W. BOWEN, Editor. RBMOVAli ! DRUGS! DRUGS!! 0. T. Gunning has just removed from the "Old Brick Corner" his splondid assortment of Drugs, Med icines, Oils, Paints, BooAs, Station ery, &c, to hi8 NEW ROOM in Will's Now Building, one door west of Oilman, Ward & Co.'b Store, on Main Street, whoro he will be pleased to meet all his old custom ers, and as many more as chose to givohim their patronage. 'Ilia New .Room is really the finest in Southern Ohio; is being visited by evorybody; and his supply o Drugs, Wines, Oils, Toilots, and the liA-e equal to any other establishment intbo country. . Ho fills prcsciptions, and can ac commodate all customers atreason ablo . rates. If you want lo see tho finest Drug Store, drop in and examine this one. For Puro Drugs and Medicines goto Sisson's. .. ' IIowloGoTwest. This is an enquiry which every nn should have truthfullu answer ed before ho starts on his journoy, ana a nttio caro tasen in exam...

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