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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 3 September 1868

I ."ft- ,f , ,J C; v "" A AVAA rrfA A A V, . ' r t : - .1. J'- .,:; v, 't : ' .'i ' 10 ill v. j : 2. Pal liber and tol: BOWES. P ropriiUir, M'AimiUR, YINTOIi: COUNTY, OHIO:. THURSDAY, SEPTEM 3, 1808.- $1JS0PERYEAK,1 I u Advsao. j NO. 5T. DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER. DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS! Meetings will be held ns follows: Vinton Township, at the Town House, Satnrday Evening, Sept, 6, at 7 o'clock. D. B. SHIVEL, Speaker. WilkesviUe Tp., at Charles Mul- fmlland't School House, Saturday Evening, Sept., 5, o(7 t'clock, M r. Bates, Spcakor. Mc Arthur Station, Thursday Even tug, Sept. 3d, at 7 o'clock. . Mr. William Cobhley, a Coal Miner, will give bis experience ns a ... ' A .1 soldier ana now lie was ireuieu oy the Radicals. , , llamdtn, o Tkundoy evening, Sept., DM nt 7 o'clock. ' - - i D. B. Snivel, i'jj., and Hon. A. J. Sicaim, Sp'aktri. Jjtt there bet good aUnndance by men of all partite from Clinton and adjoining town ehijie. "" . v Jvhn Nato, Eiq., will addrete the Demo crude Club, at HAL E...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 3 September 1868

Poetry. THE CHILDREN. BY CHARLEN DICKENS. When the Imou and taaka us ill euded, . And tin school (or the day U dismissed, And tht Unit ones gsther around ma. To bid ma good night and be kissed; -r 01 Una little white arnia that encircle , Mj Beck In a tender unbrace; 0 1 the einilea that are halos of heaven, " Shedding sunshine of lure on my face. And when they are done, I alt dreaming . , 01 my childhood too lovely to Uat; - Qf lore that my heart will remember, Willie it wok to the pulee of the put, " Ira the world and ltn wickedness made an : "' A partner of aorrow and aln; When the glory of Ood waa about rae, Aud the glory of f ladneaa within. 01 my heart growe wess aaa woman'a, '' And the fountalna of feeling will How, i When I think of the patha ateep and atony. Where the feet of the dear onea muat go; Of the mountaliia of ain hanging o'er them, 1 Of the tempest of Fats blowing wild; 0 1 there'a nothlug on earth hall ao holy ' Aa the Innocent heart of a child I ' ' They are ido...

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

Telegraphic Summary. General News. , Two case of Asiatic cholera hve occurred ' USing Sing. - . . - -The Peoples' Bank of Baltimore lent $16,350 .by the recent robbery. "'" Six prisoner escaped from Jail at North ampton, Mass., on Tuoedoy evening... ; . ; ' Judge B. W. Bonney, of the Supreme Court 'of New York, died on the lSth, aged 66. , tin jievgrdy Johnson, American Minister to England, arrived in London on the 17th, 1 ' The Chinese Embassy spent Wednesday " 'night in Worcester, Mass., and were treated with great consideration. , The number of deaths In Brooklyn last . . week was 2U0, including 80 from cholera in . fantum. The order of Red lien met in Philadelphia on the 17th. Delegates were present from tight states. ' ; '" Clen. John A. Rollins it tick in Washington. 1" He was attacked with hemorrhage of the i ' rungs on the 17th. , ,,., i There Is another rumor that the Fenians ' v art assembling near OgdonBburg with a view v to another raid upon Canada. j i The number of dea...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 3 September 1868

Ay or :3 . Sarsaparilla, f j& rumuQ the eiodd." The re-intalton this et eeuout inelnne aioYa, in derived fpnia its eure rasuy of waiia ara of a truly marrrlloas rluus art'. Inveterate ranee of Scrofula, where the vstem seemed utterly ffivea up to oornipuoii, i.tve yielded tu lliis com pound of aulJ-.-iti-wmotie v utiles. lioider of a arrofnlotu type, aud af fect ioum widen ure merely liwiv' l It"" prosenro of scrofulous matter, ,.'. wVi raji-ailv rurea in such mne"?n in f.- v v witlenient in the country, that the " I Tl.n u iiVlw b iiifl.i iacd here that it is la , 7t' .ht -ill-! mnl alfoluto puiBoly. ...oil ' iMi'on is one of tlie moat dustrortlvo .rt ' ..iir race. Olt:'n, tlas unseeu and onl'ii. , .,-jlorc.uibmi!nilTUiue.nUteranmitulioii, " I aiil ..tim:'tuokof enfeebling-or fatal disease, i . (i v iti i isuiiiii-ioriol ilspreseuie. Again. , '.. , nft' I intoi'tinn thronrrhoiit tho hody, una , :, ..-i .inn :i fnorable occasion, rapidly develop . j 4o w ' lu-iul' it" hideous fi...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 10 September 1868

tew -n, "a- nrir--i- i-yUWtf'ri".fiiwrrriftfyw-' t saw. tVw-n ax-avc") rv ' . . r vol; 2.' I.W.BOWEN, 1 t fublislior tod Proprietor, J M'ARTHUR, YINTOX COUNTY; QlllOr THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10,1808, Jtl.50 PF-RYEAJM 1 In AiWuofc i NO. 31 DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER. - The people want relief from the terrible taxation that fetters, their industry, .and cripples their enterprise, half starves their wives and child ren; Uhejr want ' taxation canalized, and the bonds paid in greenbacks,' and. cannot be bamboozled by shrieks about "Invnltir" nii.l ,AA m,:;,v l. ' .. any longer. ' Vote against (.Wilson and all others on the Grab Tax ticket! . .Let every Democrat, every tunervauve, every Jtepubr ii;an, who is tired ofUlie ex- 1 1 i . i i-urive . luiuicai rnie, every man who desires to get rid of grinding taxes, every man iwho wants the terrible inter nal revenue laws wiped out of existence, vote for every man on the Democratic ticket I Why were our sick and not ex- wounded soldiers changed during the...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 10 September 1868

Poetry. MAKE YOUR HOME BEAUTIFUL. BY ELIZA COON. Mek.your horn beautiful-brlng It ,10 owrt; f iiurt lh.il. wound you bud and to bloom; . .. . in. ti vanr lonslieat hours IM .m bring Ugbt to rnllven your gloom: .IS , m h f " or- Of muiioMici .unablce, and gold euna-et air; A koZhWorW who" forehead'cer. o.ret tu. fur- And whot chMkt o( bright beauty shall w b. dor v,v, Tour ,m, beautlful-wea.. round 1U portal WrUZ of th. jaeln., end d.Ui .pray. rJ ruiM woodbine, with ,.y immortelle. . 1?S W.m u brighten, whrewr it etrey.. ilh.r the Woeaotns, too on. little flower, Titled verbena, or ewert ml onnett., - Hill may Wan Mwb T"" dotett , 8nll ray brta oiu.tulii to Ioto snd to pt. ,". JI.li. yourhom. bMUllul-g.tb.r th. rose. ' 5?"ii .. ...n.hina w th exauialt. rt; Ferchaneo they rosy pour, u your dread darkuw. Tht'oinuniuir eunebine down Into your hartl If you cart oo so, u, niaee Of boniity and tlednil remember, tiawlee): Twill teaeu you to long tor that home you are nd- ' ' aU?eareri of be...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 10 September 1868

Telegraph Summary. General News. i i ,,i ... Christian Stondtz, a German, committed , suicide in Nashville on the 2Ctli, by shooting himself in tbo mouth. 1 ,- , ' Jason Rogers, head of the great locomotive ' manufactory at I'attetrsnu, Now Joruc-y, diod . Wednesday evening at Mnmeiana. Captain H. B. Nones, of the United Filate i revenue cutter anrvtcii, uiuaat nut romrtcncs in Wilmingtun, Xuomlay morning,, in his both year. Edwin raschel, a toacher, eon of-too former editor of tho Maubville Oafcuttc, committed suicido at Klhgaton Springs on ' tho25th. Koport Bays that the Stetson Houi. at , Long Branch, has been robbeil of ienclry, clothing, Ac, Tallied at six or seven thousand dollars, within a few days. ' ' ; The Dmliliug known as Hook's New York , planing mill, in Bank street, occupied by .various parties, was burned Thursday morq- ing. Lots 30,000; mainly insured. ' A. H. Tone, of Vergcnncs, has accepted the auDointment to the chair of intellectual and moral philosophy in the U...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 10 September 1868

A ycr's Sarsaparilla, ThlimViQ THE BLOOD." Th reputation this ei ecUcut medicine enjoys, is derived IV'Hu it.- euro?, many of which are or i Inily marvellous char acter, inveterate casos of .Scrofula, where the system Boomed utterly given up to corruption, have yu-lileil to Ibis coin, pound of anli-stiuinous virtues. Disorders of a scmndotts type, aud af fections which are merely n."'niv.tte.Lhv tiro presence of soroiulous matter, hno U-.i i i'.i:.-:illv cured iu such numerous iu ,.nn v i in oivrv suiilcincnt iu tlio country, th;U. the i-iil.! ; do n t iu Mil to bo iiil'oniied norc that it la lit iiid i -.-..n- :i -invii.i u'l absolute remedy. Sr.'uml.n! .iioa in mm of tlio most destructive cinsii:.' ii men. Oiion, tlii-t uno ami tint'vlt lt-.i ii.' ni'ilmurniilnin iinileruilws tlie constitution,, i:nii.ivit:iii' utackof eut'eobliugor liitalilisuasos, n.tk i.it iti i.' a suamcionol its presence. Again, .i i.i i h.v til inte 'lion tnronariioui. in" wij ,i"i lii.- . l u-muli a occasio...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 17 September 1868

'' '" . 1 .ar : i. .... 1 : T .N 1 vT?-rTV I HI ml 6 J.lSs .Sffe M I T: WW . VOL. 2. MIRTIIUR,: VINTON COUNTY; MM THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1868. 111,50 PER TEAR, I l I Aiisaee. J NO. OO. DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS! Meetings will be hold as fpliows: ' Altai srilte, Friday J Night, Sept 18rA, f 7J o'clock. Gunning and Mayo, Speakora. tiilmon's School Tuicnship, Friday flight, Sept, -18th, at 7 J o clock. , ,Swuim and Craig, Sponsors at 1 o'clockPole Itaisina. Judgo Wright, Cupt. Boweri, and others, Upeakers. ' Zaletki, at Siiplcy'i Hall, SaturdaNigh Stpl. IM at 1 o'clock. ZUvtland McGillivray, SpeaVtri. ", '"',' Vinton Furnace, Saturday IfigHt, ''Sept. VJth at 7J o'clock. , p'teaiM and Mayo, Speahtrt. Jnekmim'M School Houte, Richland JWn ttofi. .Vondttf Night Stpt. 21, at 7J trWoc. Gunning and Craig, Speaktri. New Plymouth, Monday Night, Bep!, 21. M 7 o'olook. Kbivel, Swalm nd Mayo, Speakers, Hlegle'. Grove, Eaglo Tp, Tuesday rtcriioon, Pep-. J3. et 1J o'clock. , Neal, GiiDiiiug ud o hers, Sp...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 17 September 1868

Poetry. BILL AND JOE. BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMER. ' sor Come, di-arold eonTntOe, yon and I Will steel tn hour from days gone bjf. The stimuli days when life was new, -( And all waa bright with morning ih-w The lusty days of lung wo, , When jou wow Sill aud I waa Jo. Tour Mine may flaunt a titled trail. Proud ul cocaerel s ram now unj And nilue aa brief appendix wear v.- As Tam tVSuanter.Blucsiessnisre; To-day, old friend, remember still That I am Joa and yon an BilL You've won the Rreat world's envied prUe, And grand you look In people'! eyes, With H 0 N ami L L D, ' In big brave letters, fair to aee . ' . --t Yourflst, old fellow I off they go f . How are you, Bill ? How are you, Joe? . - Vou'va worn tha judge's ermlned robs: You've taught your name to half the globe; - You're anug mankind a deathless strain; You've made the dead pant live again ; . Tlia world may call yon what It will, ' But you and I are Joe and BilL , , The chafflDg young folks stare and say, . . "Soe those old bi...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 17 September 1868

Telegraphic Summary. General News. , ' The ateamer Shamrock waa sold it the Pliilmlelnlii navr yard, nn Tneaitay. for tlV7,uuQ, and the Dowrfor $99,000, ; I Out of 1,628 head or cattlo inspected at the TJuion atock yards in Chicago, last week, only ' wives bead were found to be duseawd. i. A German at Newark baa tented the merits of hie new patout coiiin by allowing himself 1 ' to be buried alive. He wan resurrected two honra afterwards, withuut apparent exhaus tion, , , i . ,. , The floor of a vestry in BoaUm, occupied by 1 Methodists, began to aink hrniday eeiiiiig , during: service. The, congregation started in f reat fright for the windows aud doors, and wo ladies were badly hurt. ' A HUle bov named Frank Combs, was mothered to Heath, on the lnt, in the ware house of Strong A Newell, in Dwight, HI. He was playing in a bin of corn, and drawn down ' with the grain when it was lot into the bottom of the elevator, i ' Since the organization of the New York Board of Auditors, April 1...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 17 September 1868

. . ., , i , . . ..- , flMf i -fl'Cwrsi l fcM' lituo. rerh.iM no one medlr clneia so universally ro- qutrco uy evcryiiciiy aa a eutliai-tie, nor was ever nny licloro ho uuiversitf ly adopted I11L0 use. in every touittry and ammug uli cln.ise-i, u.h thin mild but efik-ient puig.-ittve J-'tf. The obvious rea- emi h,IIihI it innnorere- . , j..-,-. uiiiiic mm i.-irniiMo cue !'-Cr,'",'J tuiil rcnioily than iiy . whcr Those who hare t -7 '!:. . it cured them; those w ho havo i"kn'i.i itai i u their neighlwri anil friends, .' j, I i ki'.o n;;,: i h,,t it does once it dues always u t it n . u.l. through any fault or neglectnf n .; ii'-u. We have, and dan how, thou . -.uiu-i ih.nwi'.d'i of certificates of reiniiika l. rii.i-e tif the tiulutvilia; complaints, hut Rltci! .. ei ;.. t'li la every iciKiiuovnooii, ami wny i . i ' ii ii'i'in ? Aihnitcil to all aims and i 'i.diiioin 1 1 -II H 'nates; routniuing neither cnln- 1 ji .ii.) .. kt -.i us drug, they may ua rtiKcn r : .,'!.:- i .-body. Thei...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 24 September 1868

" ... ." ''li'V.-f?." , fir .!-; fin Y f A. yw-'; k 7 i fS K is. v jv'.rvh VOL' a M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY; OHIO: . THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, I8C8. $1.50 PER TEAR, 1 -I . IB JultUBM. , NO. SC. i SEYMOUR, BLAIR, AND LESS TAXATION! V. 7 tV&? mm "3i ft Cw f,;itW DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS! (Wf$t.-j!4, at 7 task... '., .,' r ..Speakers -Snivel and Mayo.,-; i. : t - Kinney' School Hons,' Knox Township, IHday Evening, OotoNr t.'- - ' 1; "t-'f eskbrii Majo and McGiilivray. 'Cluoinnali Furnace, Ttursdajr Evening &peier--Gunnlng nd Wayo. , Jli.n.. ,imDd D.B.SMvel will addm i 'ix eWiwam ol Zxlefkl at 8hlply' Hall, on Hat- iriy Oct i, al tfcloek. Ostnt t-A", ' mon hf alt iKili Heal rlif, and' hear an ).Vui-Aiii kirdinciiMlon ol tlie pulltx-al Ihiim Can't You See the Point. x ' Ths Maborinjr tnawe have,' 6ne -w ivitige left. - They gci up at five- :ttrnty' in tho morning, nnu worn till tun-forty ,ut niglit'to earn money "to rniv aeveH-thirtu intcrwt to the bondholder. : Tho : Bondholder ae up nt ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 24 September 1868

Poetry. A VESPER HYMN. Th evening belle of Snbbetn fill v Tb dunk; alienee of tin nkthil - And thrown our gaUierinK uluoin distil f .. Sweet epartlee of Immortal Uil; fjueh boors uf peace aa these requite The Ubori of the weary week; Tfhso thus with acuta refreshed aud bright, orglvenese of our ate we ek 1 , Oh I help , 1mm, to conform Our spirit, thoughts and Uvea to Ultue I Bejoud liiM earth I j strife and atom Ah I make Thy atar of Love to shine I '' When we are aiuUug In the brine i Of doubt and care oh, come that we, Aj Peter did, ma; aafa reaiKn Our sinking helplessness to theet , - j ' ' in. Out wayward tootatni wander wide, " Pursuing Joy'e delualve rsye; . - And, In our houra of health anil pride, Too oft Iroin Thee our ai.irit atraya; . But aoou deacenal the darker ilaya, - When youth aud sureuKlh their lustre bide And, journeying thruuKh a pathleaa mate, W turn to our neglected fluide I ' - nr. ' Lead back, oh lord I thy wandering sheep Oh, guide ua gently to thy fold I I...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 24 September 1868

Calligraphic Summary. General News. . .Maryland bomo are dying In great num- ben from the epidemic!., f! I Enoch Train, a well known ship owner in Boston, died in Haugm on the 8th fast., aged " ConnUrfeit two dollar bills on Ui Mutual Neti6nel Bank of Troy ar in drculatioti. (in iW lork..,, , i:. ; i ' ' fit. Cloud received, laat week, In one lot, $o,000 worth of miuk akin belonging to the Hiidsou Bay Company. . !.'.-; - The Juuioiary Committee of the Ouorgia Senate has reported in favor of removing the eapital to Milledgevillo. . . , The Goorgia Senate has paeeed a home stead bill which exempts personal property to the extont of 13,000 in old. . , Th. Circuit Conrt of Onion county, Now Jersey, has given a verdict awarding M,000 damages to Mary E. Ackerman, who sued her fathor for defamation of character. 1 A three-mile scull race at rJoooken on the 7th, between Jos. A. Biglar and W. Hayes, for t5U0, was won by Biglar, by 30 lengths, in 23 minutes 49 seconds. .., i . i The grain cro...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 24 September 1868

r:'! tfte pnrp ct u lxiittv v .Itr-- . , v... i - , (tv " TVilvp no fltie niriH ..'''' 1 , Tj) cine i ko indiTis-nlly re- ... i ---'f miy before so universal- i. ly adopted lulu use, in . ' ';. evcryctiu'di-) aiidttraon I ' , all i.lcssea, at this milil . v ."ty J'I'l. The obvious roa 's .;Y sou is,lh'it it bHlnlll'crc-..-.,.: J" .? lkil.to ainl for wow ejr-'-"!'5lW'-Jfc'r -s-" tual remedy Hum any " .'"I- i1Kb " ftlhpr. '1'ho-i-. who hnve ''-- .:.-"' ilint It coved llu'i.i; li'.oeevho h-ivc t ' ,:4 ii owirt Iheir ncijjdiliui-s and frieuiD, ' ..tr tli:il vliiit it ilnc-ini' rt ilie iilwiiy . f.T tails tluutnrii nnv fault or neglect of a ...o.il.ou. Wo have, ninl run show, .thou- .... i thtniKiuils of eertilkale of remarks . . r" uf the following complainl-, but such , k uiv '.ikiM'ti in every wiirliborlmoil, mill why :,l.Hi -.ullL-h them ? AdiiuU'd to nil ngos mil i . ... i.,.u- in tl i lunarcs; romr-ining neither cnlu i... . i, any dchterr ns drug, they may I taken 'iy :tiivl,.dv. j...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 8 October 1868

d'f -lii mi Mi u it .11 .(Hi.fKl van ! -. .1 1 1. . i .v. , tvl V.-.l :,nf 1 ul .Jul:: 1. J.fi .'. ii I ' ii .i , , i.A !'( i; .' t. TJPV '11; ,JU ... ... ; . .w ,i r i,. I-.,., I lr I'.i.l r. I .,!. ! I J , : .( . I, , , , , ., , T"iT.TV. n?TV j'JT r.TXTnTJ I 7(. .TjTTli";",.. ...J . . i f i ..... ' . r"",",V ' j.t l,ii';i; ii bu; .1-.. . . -7sT 1 w ... .m v ..;i..t ' ii dii.i i i, .in. i ex' ill i rrrv ,r r r . -vft v A , v ill . r- ill I J IV A V inWV 1IU jC :l 1 5 f i 111 Hin r; fl; ' u..M:i.iv5 ' -.d'l ...... 'ii--- ''t I I.., y '" ,,., f.a.l ..i- '' ';-',.... .11 :! - " " t" .'."-!-!' '' ' - . I .11 ,L f -' I ..' - ' ,,11 ,, lf):lH--f t . ' i '. ' I ' -.1. ! 1 ' -.' . r '" , -"" M'ARTH Uil, VISION 0 UNTV, OHIO: THURSDAY OCTOBER 8, 1SGS. i f1.60 PER YEAR, la AdTMwe. K0. 38. The following is the ojiitial ( j.l I'd. 1 1: i i'!.'., -I if 1 I , iliil.i .i.I :i i -I.:.. vofe of the sevenil toWiiiljips of Vinton county for $u rvna Judge,' inl8(7: Itul. '. vs ' M IJ Jl. Il(7 ,.. M .: ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 8 October 1868

Poetry. ENDURANCE. Bow lunch th heart may bear, aud yet not brax I How much the dealt nay tutfer aud uot di 1 I question much If any pain or aoho Of aoul or body brings our end more Utah, Death cbooaea hi own Urae; till that la worn, ; N AU evila may be borne. We ahrink and atm.lder at th aargeon'i knife Each nerve wcy.Uni( from the cruel atael, Whoa edge awHiit sarchlo for the quivering life; Yet to our aeaat the Utter pauga reveal That Will, although U trembling flh be torn. This, aleo, can be borne. We tee a aorrow rising In our way, And try to flee from the approaching 111, We seek acme entail evoape wt weep and pray But when the blow fall thau our hearts are itiU. Not that the pain la of it sharpness shorn -MM- .'-. t Jftuathuik itoan behorue. . ' Wo wind our life about another life i Wa bohi it cloeor dearer than our own Anon it faints' and falls in deadly strife, Leaviug us stunned, and stricken, and aloue; . But ah I we do not die with those we monru , j - r Xbia, also, can ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 8 October 1868

Telegraphic Summary/ General News. if, : u-Harop't silk faatory, in Pfiilaiehitiia, burned Tueaday eiorriuig. Loan f50,W)0. , " ' ' Melvin' Haugn, notorious Kansas horse ., . thief and. murderer, was bung at Beuoca on . , ruiay, ... . ., ,-. , i ( 1 1 i i . x report is current that .the French Sfin ' iMerof War will'inatantly Issue orders fur the " dismissal to their horuon of 80,000 men on .. Jurlougd. , , , , . . ,Moee Wesley failed inBprmafluld. Mass. j to walk fifty miles m ten bows giving out on ' the fbrty-nrst mile, wltu two Hours lo com ' plete the task. '' "' 1 . ' Itia thoiiL'Ut thai the Government will . not lose anvUiiug by the defalcation in the Postothce Department, as uimstea owns property enough to cover tlio amount mis. .-The Qriid Lodge of Odd Fellows w ich , has been in eeaiou in Baltimoro has deter mined to bold the souii-ceuteunial anniversa. ry of Odd Fellows in Philadelphia on tueUtHli ' i of April.' ; , ' ,'" Gregory Karbarker, a farmer, residing at , Mill Cr...

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