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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 13 February 1868

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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 February 1868

POETRY. ECHOES OF MELANCHOLY. [From Lippincott's Magazine.] V The toven and of Hh era brief i , ! Tbe fairest dowers the flrst decay i In pleasure . footsteps foltowt Gnrf ; Twkh mourn the fallen leaf And life's departed ! ... , We yearn, perplexed, end etnng with pain, Onr long-loVl Aideon to regain : 4)b, isltfsrewsyT . Hirk I from the eeTerne of the heart. Feint echoee, phantoro-Toioes, start : "Far. far sway I And, soandiM from beyond the sky, Melodious, eoWn etAine reply : "Far faraway I" n. The eaol is peined with Tin regret ; We pine tor whet no years i restore j And sorrows we would fern forget, With eleeped bands end eyelide wet, Bsunt us foreverntore. Orowe there no helm in gwe or Held, No plent tht mT nepenthe yield ? Ah, ia there no reprieve ? 1 1st I from the grove low mnrmnrt flow, Ae Ihoogb eid spritee bewailed their woe : "No, no reprieve I" .... And, from the field, with mournful eigh, t The withering flowere end grass reply : "No, no reprieve I" m. VwiUlerinfrmszei...

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 February 1868

TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. GENERAL NEWS. The Mviaion of ths registration list of Tiih ended od the Slat. The rcipU of introl revenue for lest wMk have been li,fl8,847; for tsosj year to date, U4,7M,8U. An authenticated rumor prevaila in congressional eirolee, that Mr. Adams hu resigned bit position M Hlsiats to lag nd. The President hu signed the ootton tix bill, tbs bill for a commissioner to report od whisky aieteri and tost for the sela of iron-elerie. The treaty in regard to the tale of tba Danish Wsst India Islands hu been sent to Washington. It bu beu ratifLsd by ths Rigsdsg and signed by the king. The telegraph lines were worked Haturdey morning direst from Ban Franoieoo to Heart'a Content, and a mssssge'wea iant from London to California in two aoinotes. The Freaidjnt has approved of the bill providing that sonlrsota for stationary for Ihe Executive departments ebtll not be made for mora than one year at a time. A Washington special has report ttai tba VroeMent haa dotarmined, tho...

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 February 1868

AGENTS WANTED. , . .', v.it.iAJ smru'aj v DICTIONARY OF THE BIBLE, ,i, i" amlii.hor. ol "' ' li,ntint,d with over-lia oleel suit wooa r.n- i1 ';,',"';n,rv,1iu.we nj.P.. ...i;-. Amnli will find this nlual.ls wrk will meet wiflfretiy -.1. nng -H " " f" re ticulars AdarewB0WEN.'t.lithr Enquirer, McArthur, Ohio. It ia nn c-iritiiNa nKssiiY in nil cases of Neil ralgia Facialis, ofi"n chVoting a perfect cure in ..a than twenty-bur hours, from the use ol no mure than two ottHBti I'ilm. No oilier form of Neuralgia or .Nervous Dis ease hits tilled to yield to this WONDERFUL REMEDIAL AGENT. Even in the severest cases of Chronic Neuralgia end general nervous isernogemente-. of many Tear aUa.ang-ariMJting the entire system, its iise for lew days, or lew weeks nt tlie utmost, alwavs aflords the most astonishing relief, anil vcry'rarelv fails to produce a complete and per manent cure. It eontsins no drugs or other materials in the slightest degree injurious even to the most deli cure system, and ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 27 February 1868

tv, i. .- .., ' H 1 ti ( 1 i .-' . ........ i ' ' I."t4 :( - I ..,.11 il U l -.1 (I .. I . ,..1 I.I I "I ' ' M'ARTnUE, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY. 27, 1863. Y.QL. .2. '. J ... .. !K&lSr SfiJS..;,! .. i I 1 . . I I , in 1 V 1 I I I ' j I r. j y I M I t 1 I V 1 ' r 1 t i k 1 l TV I DEMOOKATIC ENQUIBEB. .1 I, W. 10 WEIL, Editor, r Thursday, - : F.brmary SO, 1868. OrriCB-Second Rtory K. D. Dodge's Building, Muln Street. "'. TBB !M! 3 . . . One copy, 1 yenr, Jl.'iO I Ono copy, tfmos., $1.00 One copv, t mi., 0.7u Oneopy,8 nioa., 0.40 On eopy sent free togetter-up of Club ol leu, ' 1 ' ' Anvnnrisrao ratts. ' ' One square, 1 wl-ekSl.OO Otieso.uarel mo. $2.50 Yearly uUvortlaonients 8 1 no pur column, uud at proportionate rates for lean space. Fob Pbksidf.nt or thb United States, GEORGE H. PENDLETON, Subject to the deeislnn of the Democratic Na . . tlonal Convention. Democratic State Ticket. , - For Secretary of State, 1 Thomas Hubbard, of Logan. For Supreme Judge, ''" Wniiam...

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 February 1868

POETRY. MORNING AFTER THE STORM. BY ALICE CARY. I cannot Ull where the ana went down, Nor tell where the ion will rise, . guoh terrible fenra my eens drown, And ennh blackneae fill the ekiee; O aetior-meal look through the fearful frown, Aud say where the morning lie. ' The wave "they beat orr boat about, Ai they madly feU and rise, And the landtmen cannot hear onr ahont, For tbe aea wind cruel eriea; Bpeak out, good eailor-man; apeak ont I And lay when the morning Ilea. ...... - - V My hnpea, they beat, like onr boat about, -And fall in the warn aa they riee; My faith la broken to fear and doubt, And my heart within ma dlea; Speak ont, aweet eailor-mao, apeak ont I And tay where the morning life. And tha Bailor-man atroked my lea-wet balr Ae be pointed np to tbe akiee, AihI with alt hie voice intoned to a prayer, And with all hie eonl in hie eye. Be aaid; "Look there I it ii only there Thtt the light of th' morning liee I GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. AWFUL TRAGEDY. A Woman Killsher Five 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 February 1868

TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY FOREIGN. Dr.. Espinoza has been elected presi deut tf Ecuador, ... ... . The buiktio- ia regard to Lord Derby -..r.pur. was ob improving. Tbe new Cabinet installed ia Peru moderately liberal. The Jappaneoe monitor, Stonewall, dm amvM uaiieo. . . . ine uinees oi uonnt .Bismarck is eerioue. He is sot able to leave Berlin. The "Vienna connoil baa at length de elded to pay part of the Papal debts. Fnblio honor- to Admiral Farragnt etoeed at Ploreooe last week with a dinner given by United Btatea Minister Harsh.' Letteri from Pari reiterate tbe state ment tbit ohaugea are contemplated in tbe policy ana uabioet 01 in -.taperor. Dr. Marco Pane, vice president of the Argentine Confederation and president of ma lenata, is dead. I .The. bill for tbe regulation of tbe press ia still under diaeaisioa hi tbe French legislative body. . Tbe Foolish Honse of Oommooa. on tbe 18lh, in Committee of the Whole, agreed to renew the unepeaeiooxf tbe habeas oorpus 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. — 27 February 1868

A OINTS WANTED. : FOB DS. WILLIAM BMlTil'l HCTIGNAET OF TEE DIBIT, Wrillen bv s7entv of the distinguished I'i vine, ami' Atit,..i" ot Kuioi aid '" e0""''" ...IrairJ ub over 1J5 Heel and Wood En crr anl valuable maps. Oniric l.d m One larre OHiiv volume. Pin-. IVO. hlierlenced A on end fillers d lo introduce this vaiu sl.le bo.-k ikui eeiy fauuly o a compauion of Aaeiitt will And thin valuable work will ml whh leai'y sale sii.ong allclasbts. tor full par teuUt Audi. Bow.N( Ed(or Mi-Arthur, Ohio. k 8 . i S a h 5 rS t?3nd It i sn vnriii.iKO or In all ruses of Nen- Talitia Kacnlis, often ett cting a perfect euro in than twentv four hours, from the use ol no Hre tlinii TWooiTimiB Pills. No other form of Nenraliiia or Nervous Dis- ease has tailed lo yield to Ibis WONDERFUL REMEDIAL AGENT. Even in the evereet eases (If Chronic Neuralgia and general nervous demngenieiih- of many veara atanilini! atlectinx the entire system, its iiae s.r a few dnvs, or a tew weeka at the utmost, always artun...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 5 March 1868

m'.uf.il 1 Jtu,'!' J .lit, I ill i M-,,11 1l y'"J. ' "ItJ ,,.-H I .MO .., II r"t j j,,.. , ,. -i-1 JA vAlwl .:! g.l. k' ikK'.1 ':"jv' ?V"""iK .s; h fK'f ju-I . .. 1 . . . Ur. (' f "fJ;- il I 11! ( 01 I 'U . 4n. ..! . lili! '! 'J-l.'i' : i. ' -if aii w .! .,i - J, rfrt-. , -. h ,rrn,,v '1 j V.fWT -w .a-Jli. ' ' lKlll.f l! f -l.l Sr.- -r ..! '.-'I I !; SI i-v:''I '" li i 1 ...;. Hi! i v. .v 'Oil -. i-.yLJ i t .-.i. i ,1 vjt ...i , . , i .... .. i w . n ,1 ..I I II U- - ' ! H M fc. . i I . A 1 r.llU lllli DEMOOEiTIO - ENQUIEEE. J. W. BOWEIT, Editor. - 1 ThuMclWr, -' - ' relrnarr20,1868. OFrrcE-taoond Rtnry E. T). DbdBo'i Building, ... moid wreoi. One' copy.' Vyenr, l,fi0fOiieipy,tnw.,' 1.0O On w.uv. 6 iikw., 0.75 1 Oileciiiiy,.1) mos., 0.40 Ouf poy; u' ""6 to guttur-up uf Club u( tiu, ! .if ifintTtTMINO RATW.' I ' One ivinn re, 1 ek 1 .oo-f ne nquare lmo,2.a) YeiiiL'.i dvertlwmiMit8 SliK) por colunm, and f MwinftrllnnulA rutlttl for lefiH HTlfUie.1 ' Foft Pkesident of' the United State...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 5 March 1868

NATIONAL AFFAIRS. THE IMPEACHMENT QUESTION THE DEBATE IN THE HOUSE. Speeches by Prominent Members on Both Sides. The House Votes for Impeaching the President. 126 for and 47 Against Impeachment. menu The Order of Debate, &c. A MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT JOHNSON. His Views on the Tenure of Office Bill. Washisoton, Feb. 24. The House re-assembled at 10 o'olook, and resumed i the consideration of the impeachment resolution, the interval between this hour and noon being technically re- garded as belonging to the session of Saturday. The desk of the mombers " were Terr sparsely occupied at the opening of the proceeding; but every Beat in the galleries, save boom in the diplomatic gallery, was filled when the debate opened by Mr. Ashley, of Ohio, who, in the course of bis remarks, laid ,. the House was now brought face to faoe with a man who was recognized as an ecemy of the Government, and strong ally and friend of the "lost eause;" a man whose publio and private aots had been marked Dy ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 5 March 1868

TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. GENERAL NEWS. The First National lWik ol Jteoknk, low, suspended oa in int. The' Kansas Leoklatare' scoeDted the invitation of the Pseiuo Hailroad' Company to bare a lintuio annt so in ua oi n,on Tbe executive mansion was visited ia . a.-Amm k Un.....M U 1 Adjutant General Thomas, and- a aarabar of damoorstio memuen in vuogresa. i AoKnsk Belmont and the other mem bar of the demooratio national committee were entertained, by the President at a dinner beiardey. An arrival from St Thomas brings intelligence of tbe abooka of an eartfiqneke, but they war not violent and bad oanaed little fear among the inhabitant) Tbe roll call of the Johnson Associa tion, room No.. 208 Broadway, Mew York containing about 160 D tinea, waa sensed, bj the poliot on tbe zotn. The Trenton Gazette has a btatement i. . f n . - a it . v i. k. in al uoTBrour aouiua, ui, now tun, um offered 60,000 troopi to eastern Congress in the event or weir being required, i Recruiting offioes are laid to...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 5 March 1868

A G1.NTS -WANTED. If'rlilea y sventy ofthe most dUtin gtu!d El .vines and Aatl.ors M Kiirepe and tin SfMimry, l,l.truird Willi over 1,!5 tjleel eud Wood Iri. travinin and valuable maps. Completed in One rge Ovtavi volume. Price t:t,SO. Experienced Agents and oibere nt d n introduce this villi shin hook nit every, family as companion til Uilil. ' . ' i ' Agents will find this valuable work will meet with ready aide among all classes. Foe full par liaulura Address ' 1 J.W.BOWEN.EditorEnquirer, JIi'ArthurjOhiov ... 1..-, ; - It lii an rsrutiKa ifmfdv In all esses of Neu ralgia Facmlm, often etlrcting ft perfect cure less than twenty four hours, from the nse ol more than twoosthrrb Pilu. Ko other form of Neuralgia or Nervous Dist ease ha tailed lo yield to this ttONUEKFUL REMEDIAL AGENT. Even in theeveret eases of Chronic Neuralgia and general nervona derangements of many years standing allecting the entire system,, use for a few diivs, or a lew weeks at the utmost. alwavs anonls the mo...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 12 March 1868

Hi.--'c.t & ' '' ' ' ' 7" ' . , i , r,' .. .' .1 rx' i'tiuJ U limin.. ' .,1 l.-.lll' . " ' ' ' ' ' ' -. . , , Itl.-! ijrfi.nl. II . ' - 1 ...'' lt-.ir.ll -ll jl0aU .-, .- ! .1 I-' T-J-I . ", j J .1 "' W . ..i I"!'' l.i Ji (J'l'.l I ."... .t. .f. if u.tl . ( ii'.i.-i i. ( ' ; ' it'-l'i-tl.'t i; ! '.. i ' l...e ...r.-U ; a ) i I, . Wh , -ilT ..t 4 ! .wo'l '-, v, i .),; f. ! n , l! - ' -- ' ...... Mil. VOL1" 2. M'ABTHUR, VINTON; COUMI,' OHIOr THURSDAY;-, MARCH ; 11863. Z ; 711.50 PER TEAR, l -'I Ia Adr4BM, ... til." .K0;8. I PoblJihet ud Pfoprietor, ) ..it iJ.i U ' .J .TTI i. Jii'iV.-iV xarTv'f' ...... .. .-. ,. , . , .,7 .. ,,,, . m l t L" 1 U 1 J 9 1 Ik JIM -194 III . r 1 I 1 I ' I I 1 CI I f i i r i i r, i i : . i ( i 1 1 i i m xiiii ri ' l j . 1 1 j ill jj ii i . m...t-. 4ymwwu mjkJky&ykw it ' . .j r- i ...... ii ti iii ii ii m i i n n n seiii V"" ' . 7... ilA i f...t i ....! .. .i ..M'n.. .... ; .!.....: i ".'.' - i i i - i '.pMOORATIO iENQUIBEH J. W.EOWBH, Editor. ,f , , ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 12 March 1868

NATIONAL MATTERS. THE IMPEACHMENT TRAIL. Report of the Committee Appointed to Prepare Rules of Procedure for the High Court of Impeachment. Articles of Impeachment—The Vote by which they were Adopted—The Managing Committee, &c., &c. ""VASHraairoK, Febi" 28. The House committee of leTen has been in session . all tba morning, but will not report tbe article! of impeachment till to-morrow. The United States marshal for this DiBtrict called at the War Department this morning, and formally handed Mr. . btanton a writ notifying Lim of a Bait entered against him. Gen. Thomas was at the War Depart ment during the forenoon, but has not had auv interviews with Mr. Stanton. I' is not probable that he will make farther demands lor the olliee, Uen. Thomas has in bis possession, executed in form, the commission signed by the President appointing him Secretary of War ad interim. In tbe Senate to-duy, Mr. Howard, from the select committee, submitted tbe following rales of procedure and prao...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 12 March 1868

TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. GENERAL NEWS. r. Jub bu postponed his visit tt U United States. - ' y " . Wasbington sptciala state thnt.no aotlop ja likely to ke Ukaa ,' the Senate on Bhermaii'e new funding bill. Aug-sts-lia wm visited by a severe earthquake Saturday evsniug, wnion : isstea lot Nvenl seconds, r -i ' 1 ! 'James J.'Bdrke", a jonng muffem.- loved In (be tax ool!eetorri offlos.New York, illed himself with a revolver Saturday Men lug in tn presenoeofhle fa-Uy. At the municipal election in New port, Ky., ths whole Union ticket waaeleoted. The vote iu the largest evar polled in that Dlaoe. Advices fiom Mexico reptesent that the government is actively prosecuting ln veatigationa into the reoent oonspirsoy to asaaaainats rreaioeni jnenii. . ' . , It is snpposed tliat the losses by tbe dtatrnoiiou of the museum in Mew York will reaoh a halt miliioa dollirsj Insurance) not over one-half lhat.' It is believed by many Congressmen that Benator 'Ihayor bill to abolish t...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 12 March 1868

fuK . WILLIAM StllTUS . DICTIONARY OP. THE BIBLE, Written bv s7entv of the most distinguished Pi tint and Author l furore ki.iI tins eolintry. Illustrated 'tri over lli Steel end Wood Ens-ravins anil valuable map". Completed i One Larg Ocluti volume Price H,0. Experienced Atioiita and others wast d to introduce tint valu able book into every family a a companion ot '''Agents' will find ttito valuable work will meet with rend; rale among ail clbs. for full imr lcuU.rs Address J. W. HOWES, Kditor Enquirer, I , McArthur, Ohio. It la mi rmtuse tiMrnr in all casea or Neu ralgia Facialis nfteu enVctinc a perlect cur in less than twenty four hours, from (he us ol no Hioro than two na rnniia Piuji, . No other form of Nenralgio. or Norvoua pit S!e has failed to yield to this WONDERFUL REMEDIAL AGENT. Even in fhe'cvcrest casea of Chronio Neuralgia and general nervous derangemeuta of many year standing atlocting the entiro system, its use fur a fow davs, or a low weeks at the utmost, elwnvs af...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 19 March 1868

(.Jjjiwf;..'jr ,1. 't: .A (n,i-.n I. i .). i.ni ,vi i t..-i . " ' 4 . I'.-Si, I "1 it A I. ' -M,l,.i. j V .,l.;-..'l ,l '' IV' . j:, .... I 4- - l..f.- l. .1 t.U-j -ii-ifl .iH lo iO. ..a vuvi i l -. lol if. VOL.., 2. BOWIN, I M'ARTIIUR;' VIiVt(W COUNTY, OniOi TIIDRSDAYJIARCII 19, 1868L' 81.50 PER TEAR, l 1 .la AJvwios. J KO. 9. -t'il.'.V ' Jl - --Hst 1 V. t I 1 ... ,11... -i ,nAi.' I I i' H Jl - " ' 1 . ' .' '"T i : : . ' m f . 1 - "' ,' " ' . ' DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER. J. BOWEN, Editor. , Thursday, March 19. 18G8, Omcx-Sooond E. D. Dodg9't BttllJlOg, Muln Btrctl. . . . T 233 S, UL S '. , Dim oopy, lyenf, UJOt Ori9copy,6mds., 11.00 One oopv, 6 mem., 0.75 One copy. 8 mos., 0.40 Ooa oopy Mnt tit to gottr-apol Club of Teu. Oni srtiftr, 1 wealt S1.00 Onesquarel mo. $1W ' ifBftrlyftdvnrtlscmi'iitsSlOOpcr column, and M proportionate ruu iur iw Bpuc-n. Pon Pbesidbst or rat United Stati i " IKbJect to thn dwltlnn of t lie Dnocmtlo Ha- i.' , uoual convunuon. . Democratic State Ticket. ." ,.. Tor...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 19 March 1868

POETRY. POETRY. DON'T LEAVE THE FARM. Conio, boys, I hare eooietbing to tell jou,.. dome near, I would whisper it low Yon are thinking of leaving the homestead, Don't be in, a hurrv to go I The city haa many ettraotione. Cat think of the vion and eina. Whca otico in the vortex ol faabioD, Bow loon the oonrse downward beglni. Yon Ulk of iho mines of Australia Tbi y're wonlthy in TfoU without doubt, UiH ai. 1 tliero ia got I ou the (arm, boya, - The nieroautile trile ia a hazard, -- The goods are flret bitrh and then low; Cotter riek tho old farm a while longor, . Don't be in a harry to go. - The great, boy wAt has lailiicmente, And an has the bonient mart, But walth ia not made in a dity, boya, Don't be in a hurry to start 1 The bmkera and brokers are wealthy, Tliey take in their thousand or ao Ah I think of the frauds and deceptions, Don't bo in a harry to go 1 'Ike farm is the safest and surest. The orchards are loaded to-dsy. Yon 're as frt e as the air ot the mountains And monarc...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 19 March 1868

TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. GENERAL NEWS. The Mississippi:' xiver Memphis iu ritlng rapidly oo Sunday, , ... ' , Dlapaioheel from OmaRa lay the Mis ouri river It open Id that point, and team art bate arrived at Counoil Bluff, j The AHegTTany and MonougkU rivare eoinmenoed to rta on BatiroViy, and eootioaed toriaebnndey, ' A fire at Osrondolet, nil miles below Bt Looia,"Haturday nlgbt," dw'troTtd, $8,000 worth of property. I Mtyot'i express effloe, at Believille, lll.r waa robbed on Friday night lof two tbouaaod alx hundred dollar. . . . j The post-offloe money order system throngboot the eounirj ia paying an aunaal profit of 1S.00A dollar. ... j ; A prize fight baa beeu Arranged be tween if oCool and Alien, an English pugilist. It ia to come off on tbe 17U of atarob, netr tit. Louie. ' - The Bauate Finance OoinmiUeo baa 'an reed to Senator Henderson'a bill to limrene tbe national bank eironlatlon to $10O,C00y two . - Sixteen thousand fonr hundred and ulnety-oue 10m ef land were disposed 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. — 19 March 1868

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