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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 8 January 1873
m t TxTY lA iTi A V. V ... r,.-..'-, -...' P.. VOL.' G. J.W.BOWEN, 1 Irabliaiiertnd Proprietor, V M'ARTHUR, VINTON- COUNTY, OIIIO: EDNESDAY; JAN&ARY 8, 1873. 11.50 PER YEAR, I I Ib Advance. NO. 52. i.K X ft jv rt iv r? Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road TIME TABLE. H w W f ... M -a At fc4 6i and after Nov. 8, 1872', Trlane will run as follows : : a . : : : o ; I I . V . i .: : j h '1 : ; ; ' -i -?-.' j :,': : : .; ' -.- -i---.1 j .r -; x 5 S 5 f-i- o d i : m : n (4 53 S 3 J a ji ! a c S , e u AM t: art r I : : I : : !! -3 : H c o E3 o a to 5 : : : : : 3? : : : : : ::::::::: 3 ac-si-i-aa 2XS8SSSS!:'8S2i'5'S rt IS : H So : 33 Tv CN.fATI EXPHI5 will Hl'y .r, "'4ln Unlly, estrapt Hunduy. An other . -t gXPHEHH EASB mukes uo OINCINSv. .mi qui AUn-p. Portsmouth -nuBadiiiMs, Villi, Ai. M. II i n liin 00 1. H, 4.89 " 7.0() " S. I5 A. M. 1 i:U5 " 1145 P. M i.. a T.'Jl 11.10 " Hakim Ar'r. I'orUnioiitli Dep. PortMinonth Ar'v. J.toltsoii Mamdon 4:(M) " .0 " Trains Connect at L...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 8 January 1873
tile C-nqukcv. iiKP"lCK--la Second Story of "Ikiweu KuiMh.it. .North std t Main tt, r.itt !.; Colli! ltollC. ' J. W. HOWF.N. Killlor. McArthur, : January 8, 1873.' [COMMUNICATED.] Raper's Barrel Runs Emptyings. Editor Enquirer: , ' "Whoever heard of a three rLJlir Kill ?" Vinton Record. , The mail who never heard of a throe-dollar bill .is the very one Horace Gbeeley referred to when he wrote that "that class o men whom God for some in scrutable providence, permits to edit some country journals," like the Record. I once heard of an edtor iwho,for the lack of brains awl, moral honesty, was com piled to honor the profession by leaving it, and being not slow at shifting, he supported a wife and thirteen little ones by sitting at the road-side making faces at .Kf'iiftnl-Aliilflfen to scare them out, of their; dinners. This story may look a little large, but it is '.. . a .... -.1! .suggestive to a counteneit cui i'tor, lieA-erthelcss, To raise the standard of morals is an essen tial nro...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 8 January 1873
lje (Euqnircr. POBLISHID BVEBY WEDNESDAY By qr. "W- Boweni BDITOU AND PKOPRIKTOR. J'J. BOWERS, ' UliSIDUrVT DENTIST, McARTHVK. OHIO. No Bn-inss Done on Satnr?.ays. Volume 6, Number 52. This issue closes the' sixth volume of this paper, as the rea der ; will observe by, referring to the first page. It is our present intention to issue the next number, dated January 15, 1873, in an enlarged aud greatly improved form. We are determined to make The .Mc Airmen Enquirer one of the neatest and best papers in the State. . ; ' . . . , . ' Tax -1'AYiNG is quite lively, not withstanding the scarcity of cash. The Delinquent Tax Sale is the cause of our paper appearing at a late hour. ' - . . . The preservation of the teeth is a matter of the primest importance. Especially ought young persons ap preciate the force of this fact. Have your teeth-examined, and if need be, have them properly cared for before toothache drives you to regret your neglect. Apply now to Dr. N. J. Bowehs, MeArthur. Jan. 8...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 8 January 1873
Sljc (Enquire x. Mc Arthur,' Jan. 8. 1073. J, W. BOWES, Editor. DRUGS! , DRUGS I 0. T. Gunning has just removed frnm the. "Old Brick Corner" his splendid assortment of Drugs, Mod icinos, Oils, Paints, BooAs, Station cry, .tc, to his NEW ROOM in Will's New Building, one door west of Gilman, Wavdk Co.'sStoro, on Main Street, whore he will be pleased to meet all his old custom ers, and ns many more as chose to dvo him thoir patronage. .His New .Room is toally thefinost in. Southern Ohio; is being visited by ovcrybody; and his .supply o Drugs, Wines, Oils, Toilets, anUtlio liAe equal to any other establishment intho country. - He fills prosciptions, and can ac commodate all customers atrcason ablo 1 rates. If you want , to see tho finest Drug Store, drop i Mil M lor Pure Drugs and Medicines goto SisBon'B. : Da. NvJ. Bowbrs, Dentist. Mc Arthur, Ohio. Five Hundred Thousand. 500,000 Bottles of Greene's August Flower has been sold in this State in three months. We on ly ask you to go to the...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 15 January 1873
. ' - 1 A,' i-.. , i ' ., . . j.-z.-ninr VOL. T. 1 J. W. BO WEN, I ( Pablliher and Proprietor, J M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, ,01110: ; VfEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1873. , i0!??' ; ' NO. 1. r" ,.r u".'. .' ;.'.fly. rtM WYfl 'SYint i rrn. n in m mmw - M . b - nm tit ti it 0 : Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad. TIME TABLE. On ami utter November , ia72,Trulns will run us follows: Sea is is 2.-. : : r . , m a, oo e id io o : ::j : :': : I ! : 11: j 11 '?'. a a 'i ; ..T-rww-r, h!0 a A C l-H 3 : bo : a o : s : . ; a o J- . x .2 3 --3 n a. a fc t: Mud ""fs fSIHIMOl .8 : : : : : : : : a ::::..: a d 6 i : 1:4 :::::: :j ;i Sa.::g; I:::::::::.:: ria : : :a : ::::::::::::: I$i : J : : : m CINCINNATI KXPRKSSwIllruniliiliy. All otlier ti Rin dally, except Sunday. CINCINNATI EXl'MCSS, KAST, makes no top between II inulen and Athens. Portsmouth Branoh. Mail 4:01) p. in. i-.m " 7:(X) 8:45 a. m. 11:05 " ll:p. m. Accommodat'ti (1:15 a, ni. 7:21 11:10 12:80 ). ill. 4:00 5:ii0 Dep. Ilnmdun " .Jiicksou Arr. Por...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 15 January 1873
ulljc inquirer. OF PICK --hi Second Htory of Bowcii I building. North split of Mais Street. Kan of .lllll llnllC. J. W. NOWKN, Editor. McArthur, January 15, 1873. The skeleton of an ancient mastodon has been unearthed in the vicinity of Sissonville, Kanawha county, West. Va. January, Cth, the snow lay from ono to two feet deep all through Central and Northwest Missouri. This is the heaviest known for twenty years. . The, Ohio State law pro hibiting nay .dentist from prac ticing without a diploma or a certificate, took effect on the 1st day of January, 1873. There are twenty-three thousand million tons of coal' available in Ohio. It is esti mated' that at the present rate of consumption there is enough to last ten thousand four hun dred years. ' An. effort is being made by some lobbyists who are "cooped up" about the Ohio Legislature to have the Boesel Railroad Law repealed this winter. A canvass last week of the two Houses was made, resulting in a majority against the repeal ing of ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 15 January 1873
l)e (Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVEttY WEDNESDAY BY jr. "W. Bowon, EDITOR AWD PHOPBIBTOB. ' ' ' J Jq" J. BOWEKS, KESIDENT DENTIST, MoARTIIUR, OHIOi . Come anil tell us the news of yonr locality. 8ek the mtico to bridge con tractors in this paper. If you want anything in the printing or stationery, line, come to the Enquirer office. Those desiring Agricultural lleports for 1871, should call at the Auditor's oilice. Levis (I Dav, Druggist, at Zalcski, lost about $1,300 in Cincinnati last week. A liEiirnia little daughter arrived at the residence of Mr. and Mrs! O.T. Gunning, of this town, a few days ago. Oilman, Ward & Co. are pleased to see a great quantity of water and ice in the Reser voir. It looks like business. The report of the Stock Sales which took place yesterday, Hon. A. J. Swaim, Auctioneer, will appear in next week's issue. Some rain has fallen this week, and the eight and ten inches of Jack Frost is becom ing very soft in the ground. On New Year's eve, W. F. Felton and Miss...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 15 January 1873
J. . W., KOWEN, Kdltor. McArthur,;. J'mwmj W 1873, THE SECT-BABEL. The great Babel of ectfuianism that has been built up in our .land has caused a fearful confounding of tho "Christian tongue. The lan guage aud terms of the Bible have beeu changed and subverted. Strango words have been devised by which to express opinions and practices peculiar to this tall Tower and this new way by which to as cend to heaven. You can scarcely attend an experience meeting or listen to a sermon without being painfully imprcRscd with this con fusion of tongues. Tho plain, sim ple storv of tho cross, the pure lan guage of Canaan, has been changed into, the terms of sect and creed and contending faction. For the church of Christ you hear Methodist, or Presbyterian, or Disciple church. At tho camp-meeting or in the class-room you hear men glory in being "born a Methodist," "living a Methodist," "dying a Methodist," "hoping to go to heaven a Metho dist" Other denominations talk in the same way, and some o...