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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 24 September 1873

1 ENQUIRE "B - H utiislUlu't lion 'ii. !!!.;! ..'H'.'O.'t .V .1. VOLUME 7. M'AETHUR, VINTON COUNTY OHIO, .WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24; 1873. NUMBER 37. IcArtiiur Enquirer ,1. V. BOWEN, Kdltor and Froprlotur Term of Subscription. One copy, "0 y'ar.$l 5" I One copy, 8mos fl 00 One ropy, 0 moi. . .. 73 Ono copy, 4. inns . 61) H unt paid witli In tlio ycur 4 00 Clubsof Twenty..... ...20OO The lUcArlhur Hnoitiiikk clriMillttc FKEK Oh' POSTAOI'I within tho limits (!' Vinton CntllllV. Tho'Me.Vithiir KsqiMUKR unci Th C'Ai'M timi Witiint' will Iki sunt tu ono person ono year fur ft 00. A fuiluroto notify n discontinuance at tho end of the time subscribed for, will bo taken a n new engagement for subsei iptlon. Advertising ItateH. Tui) spnuu occupied by 10 linen of this (Nou parcll) tvpo shall constitute n square. Utile nil 1 1 Figure Work 50 cents additional, 3 inos. 11 nina. 12 moH. Ono square, f4 00 tt00 I) 00 Twos.iuiiies. BOO TOO 10 (X) 'i'liroo stpiurca, 1 00 10 00 15 00 FoursUiiro, U 00 14...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 24 September 1873

McArtiiuk Enquirer 4. W. BOWKS, Editor and PnlilUhar, McAlVfHjrn, OJIIO -SEPTEMBER U, 187S. State Ticket. For Governor, HON, WILLIAM ALLEN, ,. ; OP ROSS. For Lieutenant-Governor, BARNABAS BURNS, ' ' ' OF KICHI.AND.' ' For Judge at the Supreme Court, II. C. WHITMAN, fMNO TERM.) GVII. SCRIBNER, (shout tehm.) For Treasurer of State, GEO. WEIMER, OF SUMMIT. For Attorney -General, A. DAUGIIERTY, OK FA1RFIEP. , For Comptroller of the Treasury, JAS. K. NEWCOMER, OK MAlUONV f . For Member of Uoard of Fubllo Works, CHRIS. SCIIUNCK, OF MEKCEll. For Common Pleas Judge, PORTER DuIIADWAY, OF JACKSON. For Statu Senator, GEORGE LANTZ, OF VINTON. County Ticket. For Representative, HARRISON LYLE. Auditor, WILLIAM W. BELFOliD. Prosecuting Attorney, owen t. gunning;- Commission!-, - . PATRICK KELLY. County Democratic Central Committee. Chairman J. W. Bowls. Secretary W. W. RKLFOKP. Treaturer Nelson I!ichiioni. Richard Gkaio, Georor Lasts. Township Advisory Committee. Etmlt3. W. Wilkinson, S. li. Iiayn...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 24 September 1873

McArthur Enquirer MC.VRTHUR.OIllO,- SEPTEMBER 84. 1673 I a xt i,muiriv Advertising1 Agent, 190 WEST FOUHTH STREET, IHO I uii authorized Agent to reclevo advortiso- inmili for thin nniier. Ill) llS Sliccdal AT' rmiKunientri with religious, agricultural und oilier newspapers. J. BOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST MCARTHUR, OHIO. Advertisers who may wlrt to reaoh the People or Vinton mi unjoin. v...-, onn fliul no tetter meaium than tlie Mc Arthur inquirer. Bindinii. Persons having magazines or books of any kind they wish to have lUlllllll, It myv mum nu nun ui.,vu miiia iu .tinio can receive them properly hound. We llttlU lllllilD niiiiiiiiiiii.a nv.uj nv j - tend to this brunch of business at low prices. Tub weather is quite cool and Ml like. The woods aro already taking on a fall like tinge. Hev. G. W. Isaminger lias remov kl to Gallipoiis, Ohio. It in only three weeks from yes terday (Tuesday) until the elec tion. lr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, MeArthur, U Two furnaces will soon be built ..i vr ...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 24 September 1873

McARTHUR INQUIRER. McARTHUR INQUIRER. AGRICULTURAL To Destroy Moles. ( ' ; Shooting them is recommend eel by one who has tried it as follows: "Be out early in the r'-.-,-';,.' , ..... ..... '"morning' with the gun' when '.' tliey.7. jjtre Ijjuiy' rooting, steal quietly to the place (up wind), 1 et the gun almost perpendicu lar over themmuzzle ahout a foot or a foot and a halt from the ground,, consistent with safety watch until' they com , menbo 1 to'- root,, then "blaze " away." ' Dig down afterward. ' tea to one u mole is there, as " dead as a herring, although he has been six or eight inches be low the surface. Large Fowls. Persons desirous of obtaini . tag large fowls, equally good as layers of large eggs, and also i combining good table '"qualities with early maturity,' and being perfectly hardy, should ..cross the Dorking hen with a small Brahma cock. The cross be tween the Dorkiiims and dark Brahmas is also good for the table, being so easily raised, but their eggs are small....

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

t 3 "FT H "IT VOLUME 7. M'AllTlIUli, VINTON COUNTY ;OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1873. NUMBER! 38 McArthur Enquirer J. W. HOWEN, Kill tor nml Proprietor Tonus of Subscription, One copy, oneyvnr.fl 50 I One cony,RnuM.fl 00 Onecopy, II inns.. . TO I Olio copy, 4 iiioh . 60 If not paid wltliiii the your ..... I 00 Clubs m'Twcnty '' The MeArihur KNQlunKit elrculnlos mr.i'. OK I'os't'AHK within the limit of Vinton Cnuntv. The Mr Arthur KxutMHKil and T Chrl thin Witnewt will ho bunt to omi person on Mali' r.H- i.l IKI. ' A failure to notify a illm-oiitUmunrn nt the I'liilot I lie limn suiisi'riocii ur, win ou iiikiiu is a new oiigngeinout for subscription. Advertising Kate. Tin- jro occupied by 10 linen of this (Non- IMi'i il) lv pe slum constitute ft si'mire. liulo mill Kiituru Woiik-rfiO c,eiiU.il( additional. !) I1IOS. ., One BijiitiliV t ' i 0U, Two Hiiiiiiie.. " B HO" 0 nio". l-0 0t). I on 13 num. U 00 10 00 15 '00 18 00 ... SO (10 , SOW . 41)00 B0 00 Threo siinres, i m ui uu I'liurni...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 1 October 1873

McArthur Enquirer J, W. BOWtN, JCdltor , nd Publisher. McARTHUB, OHIO, - OCTOBER 1, 1918. State Ticket. For Governor, HON. WILLIAM ALLEN, ., . ;j OF BOSS. ,. For Lieutenant-Governor, 5 BARNABAS BURNS, : r'v OF RICHLAND. ' f ar 'judge of the SupreineCourt, H, C. .WHITMAN, (long term.) C.H. SCRIBNER, (shobt term.) " Fox Treasurer of State, GEO. WEIMElt, ! f. f OF SUMMIT. ' For Attorney-General, M. A; DAUGHERTY, OF FAIRKIJCD. ' -For Comptroller or theTreasury, JAS. K. NEWCOMER, OF MARION. For Member of Board of Public Worka, CHRIS. SCIIUNCK, OF MEfyCER. For Common Pleas Judge, PORTER DpIIADWAY, . OF JACKSON. For State Senator, GEORGE LANTZ, of vWton. County Ticket. For Representative, HARRISON LYLE. Auditor,, WILLIAM W. BELFORD. Prosecuting Attorney OWEN T. OUffNING. Commlailoaer, i ' PATRICK KELLY. County Democratic Central Committee. Chalrman-3. W. 110WBM. S4crttary-W. W. BKLFORD. 7VWtrrNEL80M RlCHJIOSP. Richard Graki, Gkorok Lastz. Township Advisory Committee. Sagl3. W. WUkiDSon.S. ...

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

MCARTHUR ENQTJIREB Mo ARTHUR, OHIO, . - OCTOBKK 1. 1BU 7 N. FRESHMAN, Hi Advertising1 .Agent 190 WEST FOURTH STREET, la nn authorized Agent to rocieve advertise ments. for this paper. He h:.s spoulal ar rangements with religious, agricultural and other newspapers. N. J. liOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST MoARTIIUR, OHIO. Advertisers who may wish to reach the People of Vinton and adjolnlnf counties, can Had no batter medium than the Mc Arthur Enquirer. BINDINO. Parsons having magazines or hooka of any kind they wish to havo bound, nan leave them at thia ofllce and in due time cuu receive them properly bound. We have made arrangement wereoy we can at ten I to thia branch of business at low prices. Two Banks keen established at Nelson ville, Ohio. Tub fair at Greenfield, Highland count)', Ohio, will be held October 15, 10, 17 and 18. ' Thk Ross County Horse Fair will be held at Chillicothe, Ohio, on the 9th, 10th and 11th of October. Dr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, 0. The equinoctial storm...

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

MCARTHUR ENQUIRER 8 4. f; J;IL Keeping Honey. ;fb keep liouey1 nicely all the year round, let it run through a . jfinOr.8ieve.to-; separate. til from particles of wax, then, boil it gently'., in;." an earthen' vessel, skim off tho" foam which gath ers on the top, and cool it in jars. After tightly, set cool cellar. covering these tli em awav in a Frozen Combs. .. The following treatment of a frozen comb is given by a re cent writer : Some time since, :,a Spanish cockerel in my possession had his coiTib and wattles severely1 frozen. I immediately treated him as follows: Every; ' morning I rubbed the afflicted parts with a preparation consisting of two parts of distilled glycerine and one part of turpentine. At the present writing the bird is en tirely cured, the. comb and wat tles presenting almost the same appearance as if they had never been "nipped." r, Heaves in Horses. A Michigan correspondent gives the following remedy for heaves in horses: Give once daily a teaspoonful of aqua...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 8 October 1873

. 61 .:J6 OPWWWaWWWmllPyWWllWWWIWTOWWBWW m mrr riynirnnn i.i . .. VOLUME 7. M'AUTIIUIl, VINTON COUNTY OHIO, AVEPNl&DAYOC HaMlHHMHMHiMMMMB AMBMHMMMMIHMMMWMJMtfHtaiMdlA 'WW HM ...'.- VM-UV 1 IIIH IIII1M ! Ml n i n n . .... NUMBER .IcArtiiur Enquirer .f. W. BOWEN, F.illtor anil I'roprlotor Torrus of Subscription. ' ,i' i-iiiiv. into vvttr.il 50 I (tni) C!tiv. 8 intiH tl 00 i I licit paid witliin till) your - 1111 UmIi ol'l'weiil.y . . tt The Mr A r, hiiv KNUt'lltrit clreulut-cs VISKK 1 in.! .'iniv. (I mo. . . 7i Oiiecnny. 4uinit 50 v I'Ot I'AliiC within til.; limits of Vina, tin " M .-A !-l li ur liNuiuitlill mill Thr flirt '"', WiturM will uo scut lo mil! persim oim v 'lir fur fl 01. . A In iliii'O to iiolilV a discontinuance at t.i i inliif tin! tiino miliaci'lliutl I'm', will 1)0 III Kr art tl niiw ennuxi'iiH'iit fur siiiim'.i ipiiiin. AilvortUliiB ltutc'H. T li'.! Kjniru iici'iiiii"l liT 10 linos of thin (N'dii iiin'.'i!) lyiio sliull conBtitutn n nuiinve. liiilu i'.inl 1' i gu...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 8 October 1873

McArthur Enquirer J, W. BOWIOX, K.lltor nil 1" nlilUlier. ' MciRTIlTTH, OHIO, OCTOliER ,8 1818. State Ticket. '' j ' jpor Governor, , HON, WILLIAM ALLEN, . . OF BOSS. . I- - ' Far I,latennt-GoTmor, . BARNABAS BURNS, ; 0l RICHLAND. ..... , Far Jndgs of the Supreme Court. II. C. WHITMAN, (lono term. C. II. SCRIBNER, (short term.) li . For Treasurer of State, . ; t GEO. WEIMEB, ' v .t OF SUMMIT. ' For Attorney-General, M.A. DAUGIIERTY, ' OP FAIRFIED. . i 'it For Comptroller of the Treasury, JAS. K. NEWCOMER, OF MARION. For Member or Board or Pulillo Worki, . f CHRIS. SCIIUNCK, . OF MERCElC For Common Plea Judge, PORTER DulIADWAY, . OF JACKSON. , For State Senator, GEORGE LANTZ, OF. VINTON. County Ticket. For Representative, 'HARRISON LYLE. A mil tor, WILLIAM W. BELFOED. Prosecuting -Attorney, OWEN T. GUNNING, Commissioner, j i j- PATRICK KEl&W 4. County Democratic Central Committee. mittee. Chairman J. W. BoViN. SttrttaryVf-W. BelpobW Trtatvrtr NIL80M RICHMOND. RICHARD GRAIG, - -GI...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 8 October 1873

McArtiiur Enquirer MoAtlTHUIt, OHIO, OCTOBKR 8. 1818. siuMiMsmtmemmmmmsmm E -t xt Lri?crTnr axt ji XT. r imiDlllllUXT, .Advertising .Agent, 190 WKST FOURTH STREET, Is an authorized Agent to rcclcve advertise ments for Wil pnpur. Hn li.-.i special ar rangements with religious, agricultural ami otluir newspapers. J. liOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST MuARTlIUR, OHIO. Advertisers who may wish to roach the I'-uplo of Vinton and adjoining counties, can find no better medium than tho Mo Arthur Kuquirer. BiNntso. Persons having magazine or books of anv kind they wish to liuvo hiimiil, enu leave them at tliisofflne and indue tlmo can receive thuin properly bound. Wo liitve made arrangements wernuy wo can at tend to this branch of biisiuos& at low prices. Wanted. A young lady wlio knows all about housekeeping, and will assist in keeping subscription . iid account books, newspaper fold ing, etc., can find a steady situa tion nt the office of this paper. Ad dress J. W. Bowen, Publisher Christian Wi...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 8 October 1873

McARTHUR ENQUIRED AGRICULTURAL Cheap Gate. : A'corrospondont writes: The old practice of building . farm gatea with heavy lour-by-four scantling for posts nud end pieces, and oak boards riveted together, tenanted, etc., caus ing au expense of from ? to $5 a gate, jind an everlasting trouble to keep the gate, when hung, from sagging I long since abandoned. , As a substi tute, and as forming a gate that has never sagged for ten years, I take five pieces of hu'h board, each , ten feet long, oue-eigth inch wide for the bottom strip, and each of the others four in ches wide. I then take one piece tour inches wide for one end upright, and one piece eight inches wide for the end piece where the hinges ought to be. These strips are four feet long, that being high enough for any gate for- ordinary pur poses. Now lay down your end pieces; then place the eight inch wide and ten feet long strip for the bottom nail at eachend to the upright with wrought nails. Now take three of the four inch wid...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 15 October 1873

nrw Li1 LJ VOLUME T. M'ARTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY OHIO; WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, isk NUMBERS 4 En HIcArtihjr Enquirer J. W. IIOWGN, Kdltor and Proprietor .. Terms of Subscription. i no copy, ono yeiu-.fl 50 I Onu copy,8tnos $1 00 Oiiocnpv, 0 inns.. . 7. One copy,4 inos. BO If nut paid within llio year 2 01) i 'i-...,.i, m oo The Mc Arthur KsuriiiKH circulates FltEK (IK ros'l'MiU within tho liniilH ot Vinton 1. O'lUI v, .he'M'-.Aithur lONqriltHB find The Vltrl liitn WiliiMH will l)U sent to onu poison ouu , nil i " i ?-i v". A failure to notify u discontinuance nt tho end of llH'liino milMoribcil nil, win neiui.cn in h now engagement lorsiiusnripinui. Advertising Itittes. Tin' space occupied by 10 lines ol this (Xnn- p.irrii) tvpesnuu coiisiuuiu n iimiT. Ititlo anil Figure Work 50 cents additional 3 IIIOS. ( 'no qiiH ro. I 4 00 Two s quiti i'f. Ii 0,1 Throe squares, 1 (HI Four squares, 0 00 8i.V fl mi ri-H, 10 (),) .'. c .liiuiii, 00 .iliiiini, 15 00 ( nc column, 25 00 (1 tUOH. t 00 7 00 1...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 15 October 1873

McARTiiun Enquirer J. IV. BOWEN, Editor mid I-ublUher. MfARTHUR, OHIO, OCTOBER IS, 1873. The Meeting at Hamden. The meeting nt llnmrien, last Thursday, wan the largest that has been held at that place since 18G3, and.the largest that has been held In fhis county since 18G8. The people came in droves from the sur rounding country, and many were , present from Jackson, Meigs and Athens counties all to see Wil t.f am Allen.wIio was probably made Governor of Ohio'1 yesterday by a handsome majority. The Marietta & Cincinnati Kail road carried passengers to and from tho meeting at half-fare. Farmer Aixex, accompanied by Hon. J. II. Putnam, of Chillicotlie,. arrived' "at 1:55 p. in. Oh the train was Hon. Jesse D. Bmaiir, formerly of Indiana, but now of Kentucky, who was on his way to West Virginia, lie had not ob served Mr. Allen until ho had stopped off the train at Ilamden,' although both were in the same car from Chillicotlie. Learning that Mr. Allen was to spenk at Ilamden Senator ...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 15 October 1873

McArthur Enquirer Mo ARTHUR, OHIO, OCTOBER 15. 1873, E 7 N. FRESHMAN. I Advertising1 Agent, 100 WliST FOURTH STIIEET, aiisrciiTisr-A.Ti, mo- Is an authorized Agont to reelovo advertise ments for this paper. Hu hut special ar ruugomonts with religions, agricultural mil other newspapers. N. J. BOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST MoAUTnuR,omo. Advertisers who may wish to roach the " People of Vinton and adjoining count leu, can And no better medium than the Mo Artliur Enquirer. Binding. Persona having mugnzluos or books of any kind thoy wisn to liavo bound, ran leave tlioin at tills ofllce ami in ilnu time can reealvo them properly bound. We have in :ute arrangements woiehy we can at tcml to this branch ol' business at low prices. Apples are scarce. Going up real estate. lXioiNO received full goods. J'leasakt a warm stove. Now is the. lime to marry. Ml i Going ahead the Railroad. IIl'skixo corn now in order. A lost art Domestic economy. BO ---SJ" Jack Frost made n "Lolling" appearance- on Monday ...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 15 October 1873

McARTHUR ENQUIRER The Jersey Cow. . lu answer to tho question, '.'"What is tho special value ol i tee Jersey cowf a Wisconsin breeder thus tersely stated the claims made for (lis hrecd: "She will make more butter for ..... ' the jbpd 'consumed than any other cow." Food for Poultry in Winter. A change of food is as essen tial to the health and produc tiveness of a fowl .as to any other of the animallife. (live barley, broken peas", corii,L;at, rye, oats, and once or twice week make up a mixture ol corn meal, say in proportion as follows, viz.: To one quart of meal add three tablespooufuls of finely pulverized charcoal and one tablespooufttl of ground Cayenne pepper.' Poultry fed in this manner will be rare to find with pip, cnyip, or feather eating propensities. Cornmeal and Curculio A coiTespondtuitjsllft.ilthat nmp' b,f i he kept a plum-tree lVeelrom curculios by sprinkling; the ground under the tree . with cornmeal. This induced the chickens to scratch mid scratch. The meal was st...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 22 October 1873

. J ' '-XT "'a "Trk t -EJL W VOLUME 7. V M'AllTHUR, VINTON COUNTY OUlO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1873. NUMBER41. a , ..ja u , m c . t ,,- .''M-vVi. ' ' (" s IcArtiiur Enquirer j. W. BOWEN, Editor and Proprietor Tvma t Suhiorintlon. One copy, ono ycnr.?t 60 I One copy, 8 mos 1 00 Oneeo y tt n.V . .. , W 1 One cony, 4mos W Knot I'lifd within the year..i. $ Ot l'OBTAGK within tye limits oViuwm CIeAr.bur Enqcbkr and . W tlan Wttnna will bo sunt to ono poison un yra ft notlv . .Mat'tf Advertising Rate. ... , The space occupied by 10 lines of this (Non nareil) type shall constitute a square Iluleaiid FlguroWoik-50 cents additional. One sqnaro, 4 00 . 8 00 Two S(inres, 5 00 7 00 Three squares, TOO 10 ou Foursquares, 00 1J UO 8lx squares, 10 01) 5 00 column, 0 H) 14 00 i column, is oo n ...nlnmn. 25 (X) ' 40 00 X mos. 6 mos. IS mos. H 00 1U uu 15 00 18 00 SO 00 SO 00 40 00 80 00 Lecil Advartlsemcnt-1 00 per Rquare for first Insertion: and 60 cent per square for eaeh additional Insertion. .,. ...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 22 October 1873

MCARTIIUR EflQUIBJER- J. IT. BOWKN, Killtor ul MnAKTHUK, OHIO-- OCTOI)Kk-!aBZ3. v "Come thou Almighty King, :. Help Thy aii) to sing, Help to praise,' --i Father all glorious, - .... O'er all victorious, . Come and reign o'er us, . . Ancient of tlaya." h i,..: .'i'J- i' i i i i i The "Old Fossil" -yias7 SP5SB- I'11 " The "Resurrection'' is n coin- plete success. i I,' : ; "Rise up ' to.LiAjAtdJi V And he ''liYl'H. v ' r i -. , . s vt,: The " Old Rouiau Senator 'willga back to Washing?. The Republican majority hn Jacks$n county is 367. V0N AHAifj for Representative is t de featadby 376. - " The Republican papers of ... .. .. , ., Ohio sneeringly oalled upon William Allen to "rise up." Well, William has ''riz.4'? , Lawkence county fRepubli can majority, 7.94 a loss of 686 since last year. t The Re publican candidate for sheriff came within 146 of being beat- . .7i-t ncisa-i- en. TS!t If the Democratic $bvty- fs dead, -what, oh! whatyikthe condition : of the JlejflibJi&n organizati...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 22 October 1873

McAetiiur Enquire! Mo.lttTflUR, OHIO, - OCTOBER 88. 1878. jg N. FRESHMAN, Advei'tislngf Agent, 190 WEST 1'OUKTIl BTltEKT, ::X2sraTN'-TJ)L'vx. 21 to- la Uii nulliori.cd Agent to mcliWC ndvuv'.iM: niuiilx tills pnpor. II i' hui -1 i i a I At. i.iiirfc'iimiits with iBliiflmis, agriculttii l and other newspapers. J. BOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST Mo ARTHUR, OHIO. Advertisers who rally -wish toreaah the Feople of Vinton and adjoining counties, can And no better medium than the Mc Arthur Enquirer. "TtNi)iN0. Pertonn having magazines or 5 books of any kind they wish to have bound, van leave them at this office and in duo tinio can receive them- properly bound. We have fade arrangement! wercby we can at torn! to tills branch of business at low prices. Golden October sunacts are just now in order. Visiting cards neatly printed at small cost at this office. Justice's Dockets for sale at this office. "If you want a blank deed, or any kind of blanks, come to this office. . Five of the seven days of l...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 22 October 1873

McARTHUR ENQUIRER AGRICULTURAL Wool Prospects. The " outlook as . rogarjlas 'rvfyol is cerfalnly dit presiit in faVor of a firmer market. A large purchase has been anatle New-York within tlio past two or three weeks by a buyer from Belgium, at fully the current quotations in Europe,' with'; the hope of depressing the Ant werp market or because, the quality of the wool on this side is superior to that attainable there.- American buyers have ajain gone to Australia, a movement which will not be unlikely to strengthen; prices in that market. Some ..holders in eastern cities are now asking 55 cents for XX ' Ohio, an ad vance which is of doubtful con tinuance in the opuftdii'of' our contemporary ; but' vittL':;the present appearances op foreign advices, we confess wrjt see why it should not be tained.. Dogging Stock. Farmers, one and all,rdo not have a vicious, barking dog around your steers. A case has been under the writer's no tice, all this year, of a man who prided hlmsrt? u l,is ab...

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