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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 31 October 1867

4 , ' mi i. fc S t 'f A iA V BIXOCRATIO IT ILL TIIII A3 VNDlt 1U. CIUCTJM8TANCS. VOLUME 1 II' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY.; OHIO. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1867. NUMBER 41. r . .-.T'.V" i4AJ 111 1 I ( J I I I BJ .I Vr 1 M3: 1 I Lv IT J IPS I'l I T, T" till I Jf 1 ti iKI Jt tE..;if IK-t. J IVV 1 L-"V A Democratic Enquirer MSMBHED EVERT TIICR80AT MORNING, IT J. W. gOWEN, KD1TOB INS rROFBlKTOR, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF VINTON COUNTY OFFICE In Potlge s Building, over Shetland s itsri, corner Main and Locust Street, ait i ef th Court Home. . For Terms. 4o see 4th Page BliSI nSS CARDS. ii. hums h i:, BLAOHSMITII, Gold' s-0ld Stand, near the Steam Mill, MoARTUCR, OHIO, Ii prepared to Ju nil mann'or of Llatk -Smithing, aueh ms Mtru Shoeing, Ironing of Buggies, Waggons, ' $c, $., &c., and th meaufielure andrepa r of all kindm I Agri cultural Imple nents and kd-'S Tools. All work dun la a substantial manner unci warranted. 19 . tOITI. WM. MUM.I.IB. A.WK18AUPT. H. WAKO S. GOETZ & CO, HAMDEN FOUNDRY, HA...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 31 October 1867

Democratic Enquirer ,0BL1SHID ITIBT THOBSDAT 0iWO, j. w. owt!, iditob in raevaiavon. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF VINTON COUNTY OFFICE In Dodgt't Building, over SretlanJ $ Btore, corner Main and locuet Street, Eatt of the Court Ilotu. For Terms, Jto., see 4ih Page Mo ARTHUR, OHIO: THTTBBHT, . OTTOEE SI, 1887 THE DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER lias the largest circulation of any pa per in Vinton County. Advertisers and others will please make a note of this. Notice to Campaign Subscribers. "We vrould like to have all our campaign subscribers renew their subscriptions for a year, the terms being only $1,50, "We Tvill continue to tend the papers to all until we are no tified to discontinue them. F.verv campaign subscriber can afford to pay the small sum of $1,50 a year for hi county 75 paper, or cents for six .months, or $1 & yar at Post Office wher got up. lubt ferrt Look at the Vote! "VVe moan the Tote for Judgo Thurman, the Demo cratic candidate for Governor. The table we publish this morning con tai...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 31 October 1867

Democratic Enquirer Items of Local Interest. Tub Old Quard the only Democratic magazine published! in the United Plates for Novmeber is filled with the soundest of reading. All who desire to understand the ldous of Liberty, ought to have this tnagaiiue. The terms are as follows: One copy, one year, $ 800 Two copies, 5 fiO Four oopies, 10 00 Five copies, and one to getter up of the club, 14 00 Tea copies, and one to getter-op of the club, ' 23 00 Twenty copies, and one to getter-up of olub, 45 00 Vau Evrie, Horton & Co, Publishers, No, 182 Mew York. Those wishing to purchase an exoellent Sewing Masliine would do well to oallitt this clEcs. We can sell you a Sewing Machine that is durable and which will be usaful to Eaddleis, Boot and Shoe Manufacturers, Tai lors, Halters, and llupholsterers. Terms eaeonael. Samples ef the work done by these Ma chines can be seen at this offioe. Those wishing to pay their sub scriptions in Potatoes, Apples, Chick ens, or almost anything else, will...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 31 October 1867

A HORRID DECEPTION! A YOUNG LADY SHOCKINGLY DECEIVED!! Not long since, a young man supposed to roi-ses good principle, but no fortune of fered his hsnd snd heart to a fair yong lady wiih snug Utile fortune of M 00--The offer wns fully considered, and finally refused on tie ground that the young nan showed too many years above the young lady; though be was really but twnty-six Yet bis fine side whicker, and ban were tinged with an awful sprinkling of hoary ally seen. To the young man the relusat ceme like a frosty blanket in a cold night. What was to be done? ould he done? True, Ins bead came ont from node' his "Fflt" white as a coon after a enow storm but must 'h's divide them. At once be left the city Time passed on and the young lady received another offer. No ol-Hiion to the fine and beautiful lover could be found. His head was PtKrhCI. and h's raven locks had a most, bewitching lustre. Due time was taken and the other accepted; the day fixed; evary desired prep .!., ....i. Mm mi...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 7 November 1867

; i v5rW .Off .- ,1 ?d m it & J DEMOCRATIC AT ALL TIHI3 AH VXBIB AT.L UCUM87AXCS. IK ' '. b ' I 1 VOLUME . -, f II'ARTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1867. NUMBER 42. Democratic Enquirer PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY KORMINO, J. W. BOWEJf, RIIITOU AND fBOPBIRTOIl. Br OFFICIAL ORGAN OF VINTON COUNTY '' i A! ! - I i i ; f r a I. r. IS VFFJOFfn Dmhje'a Building, over Swctland's Store, corner iluin and Locust .hired, hast vf the Court JJonst, For Ternm. kn nee 4lli Page BDStHlSS CARDS. CrVJ's 0.' iiian.l, near the Steam Mill. McAHT il'R, OHIO, Ti-riK ed to do ail immncf of Llaelt Smithing, JL o h i. Hunt dituritg. Ironing c Buygiet, tl igjons, ic, $c., Ac ml ., mni'f.i L'.:ri'!in.l rena r of nil kindIAri ....!... r .,,- nnil fonWii Tool. All work done hi .iiiii."itiiiiiil manner mid n-aiitel. W . titi. va.jivij.LEii. A.wuuiAurT. h.waiot S. GOETZ'& CO, IIAMDEN FOUNDllY ukimrt, OHIO) MANUIfACTHREBS Of STOVES, CASTINGS, AH Kinds 0 Casters and Bed Fastmins, . . AM) rnACH...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 7 November 1867

1 7: democratic BUI5BED -EVBBT THURSDAY HOKNINO, t. W. 0WK!t, IDITOE AMD rwninoi. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF VINTON COUNTY OFFICE In Dodge's Building, owr Swetland's It ion, corner Main and Locust Street, East of the Court Home. I For Term 1, &c Bee 4th rage lMcAKTIIUB, OHIO: CTUMDAT, - - KOVEMBEB 7, 1867. THE DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER Has the largest circulation of any pa per in Vinton County. Advertisers and others icill pleaie make a note of this. Notice to Campaign Subscribers. "Ve would like to have all our campaign subscribers renew their subscriptions for a year, the terms being only 1,50,- "We will continue to send the papers to all until we are no tified to discontinue them. 'Every campaign subscriber can afford to pay the small sum of 1,50 a year for his county paper, or 75 cents for six months, or 1 a year at Post Offices where olubi har been got vp. Selections were held on Tues day in New York, New Jersey, jviaryiana, ana omer owu many of which have gone Dem- Ocratic, Judge Martin ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 7 November 1867

Democratic Enquirer Items of Local Interest. Those wishing to purobaie aa excellent Sewing Maoliine would do wall to eallatthia offics. We can sell you a Sewing Machine that ia durable and which will be useful to Saddleis, Boot and Shoe Manufacturers, Tai lors, Hatters, and II upholsterers. Terms easonabl. Samples of the work done by these Ma chines can be seen at this office. Those wishing to pay their sub scriptions in Potatoes, Apples, Chick ens, or almost anything else, will please call and d i so. Wfiatkvek runy le auid of the j merits of thediffercnt sewing machines now before the publio, there is certainly none that de serves more espeai'il nunt ion than the Em pire Sewln Machine. This machine is' not only surpassed in siinplioity.Jdurabllity and beautiful stitch, and adapted all Linda of family rewinj, and noiseless when in operation, but is of supe rior workmanship, combining usefulness with eleganoe. It is, in fact, a sewing ma chine that every family would like to have. O...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 7 November 1867

A HORRID DECEPTION! A YOUNG LADY SHOCKINGLY DECEIVED!! Not bng since, a young man supposed to posses good principles, butr.no fortune of fered his hand nnd heart to a fir joung lady with snug i'11 fwl'in $50,000 The offer ws filly eoni.Krd, and finally refused, on the ground th it the times man showed too nviny years abovs the joung lndy; ihonghjie was realty but. twcaty-six. Yet his hue side wlii-kef and hr were tinged with an awful sprinkliM f koary while and gmy, and fnirly indicated a round score more of year ihaa he had re ally s-eu. To tho j1.un3m.tn ll refusal came like ft frosty riioket is a cold mjht What was to be done? Whitl could he done? True, his head cme out ft ear under his "Felt" while ftsj eui a after a snow Stormbut must 'his diride them. At once he left the city Time rsased on and tho young lady received anitbervffer No ohi.'oiion to the fine and bean'ifnl lover eouldjhe found. Ilia he-td win PKKFtXT aud h's raven locks had a most bewitcnieir. lustre. Lue time wa...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 14 November 1867

ffillHI HIM ri"" ""'''" si ' yw. j,T ami frtrvMT&?.&mi'!i!i!ri 1 (.'. : -''- 'i -i ;v.vi L-t ; . - "1 fi t AV nrrt . f I F, r K . JTv A. ...... V .. ..1 -'J . ' ; .. . ' .'. . . ' ' ,'. ' ' ' ' TTT i . tnaw .jftiaUnT, , I l,f nv fill t'l Vn'mKrxmSB'jaalgs&amttt YOLDJIE 1. DEMOCRATIC AT ALL TIMI8 ANB H' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, VNDIB ALV WtECiHSTANCEfi. ,01110; - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1867. 43. 1 Democratic Enquirer PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, BT J, W. BOWF.N, KDITOS AND PHOPR1RTOR. ' officiaTorgan of vinfoN county OFFICE In Dodge1 1 Building, over Swetland't Slort, corner Main and Locust Strut, East of the Court lions t. " For Terms. kn see 4th rage. - BUSINESS CARDS. 1 Jl. EIfllIl Elf, IQIi.OS:iVII'X, j Gold's Old Stand, near the Steam Mill, McAHTUURrOllIO, IS prepar.d to Jo all rnauuer of Lloell .Smithing, such us Hon Shoeing, Ironing of Buggies, Waggons, , : eultnral Iinulo-iieiUH an J kd 3 Tools. All ork jfe m innfticlnrit nnH ranar of all kinds ( t Asri. done i...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 14 November 1867

democratic Enquirer VHBL1SHID K VERT TUUB8DAT MeftMHO, I J. W. tOV IN, BDITOR AND PBOMIITOB. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF VINTON COUNTY OFFICE In Dodge' Building, over SwetUmds Store, corner Main and Locust Street, East of the Court Home. For Terms, &o see 4th Pajre. McARTHUR, OHIO:" THTJMDAY, . . HQVTKBEB 14, 1867, THE DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER Has the. hiraest circulation of any pa- in in Vinton Count il. Advertisers and', . ... . . 'r. i. -f (I.;. timers win ptcasemane a nmc vj vu, , Notice to Campaign Subscribers. We would like to have all our campaign subscribers renew their subscriptions for a year, the terms being only $1,50, . "We will continue to send the 1 papers to all until we are no tified to discontinue them. Every campaign subscriber' afford to pay the small sum' of $1,50 a year for his county paper, -or 75 cents for six months, or f 1 a year at Post Offices wher. elubs have been got up. . ! Another Panic! GOODS HAVE AGAIN DECLINED! THE FIFTH LOT OF NEW GOODS COMING! It is a fact ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 14 November 1867

Democratic Enquirer Items of Local Interest. Those wishing to purchase an excellen Sewing Masliiae would do well to call at this offics. We can sell you a Bewing Machine that is durable and wliieli will be useful to Saddlers, Boot and Shoe Manufacturers, Tai lor. Hatters, and Ilucholsterors. Terms , - , . t asonablo. Saraplee of the work done by these Ma chines can be Been at this office. Those wishing to pay their sub scriptions in Potatoes, Apples, Chick fin op almost anything elso, will V""J i - please cull and do so. Whatbvke may be said of the merits of tlm different, sewinir machines now before the public, there is certainly none that de serves more espeoiil mention' than the Em pire Sewing Machine. . This maohine is not only surpassed in implicity.VurabiUty and beautiful stitch, and adapted all kinds of family sewing, and noiseless when in operation, but is, of supe rior workmansMp, combining usefulness with elegnnoe. It is, in faot, a sewing ma chine that, every family would...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 14 November 1867

.A IIOlUilD DECETTIO! A TOCKQ IADT BHOdyOlTBECIITKD I I Not lone since, a young man suppose! to pot-tie's irood principles, but no fortune of fered his band nod heart ts ft fair yonng !! wiih snug little furtune of $50,000 The offer was fully considered, and filially refused, on the grouud that the youig man ihowed too many years above the young '- lady; thonjili be was really bat twenty-six V.i liia fina aid whiskers and hair were tinged with an awful spriakliag of koarj while and gray, and fairly indicated a , round score more of years thaa he and re ally seen. To Hie young man the refusal me like a frosty blanket ia a eold eight whit, wna to be done? What eould be done? True, his head oame out from uodei his "Fkit" white as a eooe. after a saow storm but must this divide tliem. At once he left the city. Time passed on and the young lady received antther offer No objection lo the fine and beautiful lover eould be found. His head was PERFECT and his raven locks Lad a most bewilchni...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 21 November 1867

I 7 V- I - ". -1 23 r J..03 YMfiSU K0TOT3AW .1 t. i 1M iVi .i!mJO'l!?JfJlijVJ l.f,l ,s ., ;,!; 7';T HI I BiWPi.i'.'iwiiiiHPT.Miai' , I'lUI ; Irani ,,! ii) y . . I I . I . -r - l if !.- .... IT i ( . . BEMOCEATIC.:AT ALL TIM13 AK UNDER ALi. CfPCPilSTANCBi, ' nil' -j.t .n'Mir-tyi J.ir'-u-'f!. ''nil ki iriii.1 .), -i f!t .,.! -' '"'..a;1..',"'"., .,;,'.ttV 1 1''1 ' . . . ini i -at! lMi.r .' i . ... . & 1 " f 9MM VT " VN ii.-fVVT. i.WV'-.T. .... ...... Ii" . . ! ) ! 1" j '. ' ' ' 1 ,m. t . ....... M r ... i . 'i VOLUME 11 ;. ; Jl'ARTliUIl, ' ViXTOX t(itTi!!Tt'i.',OIIlO: 'THURSDAY, KOYEHBER 21,: 1867V : - :mniK: Democratic Enquirer " ! pJBI.I8III!D BVKRT THURSDAY ' MOHN1J.O, BV 1'.,, 17, w. nowcx, kitb'an ptotattTOB.''' ' ' ; . OFflClALOBGAN OF VINTOH COUNTY ' '' OFh'lCEIn Dodge t Building; over fimtltind'i Store, cormt Main and LocuH Slrtet, -att ;;; :,: . '-" 1 0 (A" (7aur Hont: (IN ADVASCB.) .,'.! , ttrifi ifrny, ntifk - $180 One c"iy, ix limniliS T On eov. tlirco iiiilli"t ' r - ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 21 November 1867

Democratic Enquirer .uiLiaDID SVIT THURSDAY " i.w.iowcw,Drroiiri),o OFFICIAL ORGAH OF lT0WC0Uim OFFICE In Dodge1 1 Building, over Swetbtn&i Stort, corner Main and Loeutt Street Eatt of the Court Honte. MoARTHUR, OHIO it.- tlUMDAT, 91, 1867. THE DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER Has the largest circulation of any pa per in Vinton County. Atievrtisers and others Kill please make a note of this. rTHANKSOlvlNa.-The Governor of Ohio has appointed Thursday, the 28th -iuBt.,M a day of Thanksgiving and Prayer to Gon. SknarTaiTCohtest. Depositions were taken on Wednesday last, at the Court, House in this city, in the con test of Henry M. Onderdonk against ' Homer C. Jones for the offico of Sen ator in this District. About 25 Ne groes were examined, all of whom swore positively that they voted the Radical ticket, and for Mr. Jones. It Beem3 to us that Mr. Onderdonk is main a clear case, and we think he will, beyond a doubt, secure his seat in the Senate. The taking of deposi iirlimimed to this (Friday)...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 21 November 1867

Democratic Enquirer Items of Local Interest. - THAU widritnew f n mifuhn 0 ' . . . . oewmg luujume wnum uo well 10 OSItai tills offios. - We can sell youVBewlng Machine that' Is durable and which will be useful to Baddlsis, Boot and Shee Manufacturers, Tai lors, Ilatters, and Quphblstcrtrs. Terms ; reasonable. T , ',;', :' , ' ; Samplei of the work done by these M.. chinas can be seed at this offioe. TrtosE wishing to pay thoir sub ' scriptions in PotatooB, Apples, Chick ens, or almost anything else, will ..ploase call and do so. ' umii " , , , Bahou's Montult IUqazink. This rery popular and exceedingly cheap Magazine presents an attrsotive table of contents' for ' leoeniber. Amethyst Wayne's charming story, "The Derwent Eyes and Harir" is computed; Mrs. Edson's exoitlcg serial, 'The Lady of Lindenwold,", by . Mies Rale, . ,' and "My Darling," a poem, by James Frank lin Fitts, are among tho eholoeet of magn- ' sine reading. The illustrations are also . . remarkably good, molting thi...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 21 November 1867

A HORRID DECEPTION ! A YOUNG LADY SHOCKINGLY DECEIVED !! ' Not lang since, ft young wan supposed to ,! Krlnninlea. but no fortune of fered hi. band and heart to lady with snug lmle fortune of o0,000--The offer wan fully considered, and finally refused, on the ground that the young man howed too many years above the young -lady,-though he was really but iwcnty-su. Yet hii fine side whisker and hair were tinged with an. awful sprinkling of hoary white and gray, and fairly indicated'- .n Tniha rniiiii? mat the r liJT peon., " J - - a . . same like ft froety blaukut in a cold wut ..i to be doue? What sou1 . nn? True, his head came out from uu ' his "Fit" white as ft eooa after: ft enow stbrrabut must this divide them. 1 . At otsoe he left the oity. Time passed on nd the young lady received", another offer K hKi.mn to the fine and beautiful lover ...!, K fnii His head was PERFECT, and his raven locks had ft most bewitohiug i...... II... lima ri taken and the other accepted;, the day fixe...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 28 November 1867

- -"S-J-! I - . 1 1 I 1 t " M I' ) " : i ' ... J'(Vi T t t : : i !' - If - - ...-ft DEMOCRATIC AT ALL TIMES AN UNDER ALfc CIRCUMSTANCES. VOLUME l.( IP ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1867; NUMBER 45' "A- s. . JtL.;P. Ik. r v PT, r". -r. svavi ,- r iff .s it ifcavrrr .iBvn.jn'jrviA A,: ; ....... ., ... ' ' - t ... 5)crnocrfitic Enquirer , iiuiaiirn evert TnijRsnAT MnitNiKO, by J.'W. IOWCI, HD1TOB NHf BOPB1F.TOI. iFFIClAL ORGAN OF VINTON COUNTY m 1 ; - ,r-. . i , .jft"(IJEIn f)niiOi' B'l'ltling-ov Swellani$ tl',"1 St "" . -- ' . - o Me f'our 'on. i'tiRMS 0 SUlMtJKH'TlUN. ',.(! ABVADCl.) ln copy, one yir, 3; e copy, nix month, ,)'i c pv. thrwi month, 'v i'0iif 9, nn y"r, t one To't Offlffe, "'on "iiiuien. on vwir. toon I'lirtHITine, f 1 7 40 111 O'l "7 nr tr'in mqnire iaynicnt to be nmde stiuctit AjfaiUire fo lire nntiooof witi to Hiscnntinn t "! jc ?!if ol th li ilfl imlH.'.rilinl fur, will li oonsirt . i iihw ii,'iMinnt i nii'l no iier be rtii- .i. !mni'l tint-1 u...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 28 November 1867

lUui.tUC.raii cjU uqu ire r , . - J01LHHID BVBT THUaSDAf - M0EIII5Q, Bit .w.soww,DivoBiereoaixoa. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF VlNTOW COUim OFFICE In Dodge' i Building, owr Swetland Slort, torntr Main and Lpcuit Street, ait of the Court ' Hontt. . Mo ARTHUR, OHIO : MffBTOAT KOVTMBiam 18C7. THE DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER Has the largest circulation of any pa per in Vinton County. Adevrtisersand ethers will please make a note of this. " "Congress" The Hmno First. A few tyrannical plunderers met ii Washington on Thursday, the 21st. and '"organized" what ihey cull "Con gress." -' The first business transacted in that part of the "Congress" they call "the Senate" related to the nigger the poor African! Charles Suniur, one of the Senators from Massaehnsotts, and who, if we are not mistaken, is a white man, arose looking as grave and bold as though no elections had been held recently and actually hud the impudence to ask the unanimous con sent to introduco a bill for the further security of equal rights in ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 28 November 1867

Democratic Enquirer. Items of Local Interest. Thosi wishing to purchate aa exoellen Sewing MaJhtne wonld do well to callnt this .ffl,.. Je can .ell you a. Sewing Machine that is durable and which will be usaful to Saddle... Boot and Shoe Manufacturers, Tai- lors, "H titers, and HuphoUterers. Terms reasonable, Samples of the work done by these Ma chines can be seen at (his office Those wishing to pay their sub icriptions in Potatoes, Apples, Chick- ens, or almost anything else, will please call and di so. . Baliou's Monthly JUoazinii. This very popular and exceedingly cheap Alagaine presents an attnotive table of contents for Deoember. . Amethyst Wayne's charming story, "The Dcrwent Ey(B and Harir" is completed; Mrs. Edson's exoiling serial "The Lady of Lindenwold," by Miss Hale. and "My Darling," a poem.by James Frank lin Fitts, are among tho choicest of mag sine reading.' The illustrations are also remarkably ' gnod, milking this one of the beet numbers of Bollou ever issued.' The ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 28 November 1867

A HORRID DECEPTION ! A YOUNG LADY SHOCKINGLY DECEIVED !! . . . Not long since, a young man supposed to .i i - i i.nm-iiilim. but no fortune of- fered bis hand heart to a fair young lady with enug little fortune of J5000O-- TJie ofil't WSS t,;liy OQlinuirrcu, u J Ttfused on the ground that Ihe young man bowed too many years aboe the young lady; ihntijcb he was really but twi niy-six. Y ! fneBide w' laker and hah weie singed, with an awful sprinkling of hoary v : u., iwy, utliotU a round snore more of years than he had re. illr en.,' To tbe young man the rerusal cams like af.os.v blanks in a cold night What wan to be done? What eould he done? True, h e head oame out from uuder Lit vfFM" white a noon alter a snow euirrn--bui mnst 'h's di de 'hem. At once he left the oitj. Time passed on i4 ih. young lad, mceived am titer off r No ohjociion to the fine and beau: , u tould be mund. Ills head was PLRFELT. and h's raven locks lad a most bewifchiug Juwtre. - Due lime was taken and the other...

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