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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 4 April 1867

tfMstujJBCTMtosjSH in unmma aataaa i i AmmmmwmmmmmMmnmmazamnmsaauMmKiaBamMm,,m,,. iiJiMmrrrq - ' " y V . . -, Y, ' ' ..t ::".,- : f !: s ;.,. .! . ;.'.' --' ' .- : r..,J I ! ! ' ' ' '. ', ' YYV'Y 1 ,uuu - 1 !: Democratic al all Times and under all Circumstances. -TT i-yOLtWRvlf,-'"-.-. ! Iff! V l I'M i . 'J i , M'ARTHUi:, YINTOX. COU.NIY, OHIO; -THURSDAY, APRIL i 4, 18C7. NUMBER It 1 -rr. t.iiii,-. v rUBHSUID EVKRT TII0R8DAY; MOENIMO. . c : j.v.';i3ovi:n, 1,'itlitor and, Putliahep, , yj OFFICE 1 Maioni'i Building, on Mala Street. 'term of susscurrrvir. it (M tT4MM.) '.-', Oo eopy, one yr, , " n copy, nix month, - ' ' ' One copy, three mouths, Kir copies, one yenr, to oneTont OfBce, JO it J 9 1 60 . 74 411 111 UU j en copies, one yenr, 10 one root umce, Our terms require lwyineul to be inude ibictli' IN AUVANCC t A A falllir M vitljt nnilpa tit ft u.IhK in HiurAnt,niiA al red a new eunameiit ; nnd no poper will bedis nonilnued until after all nrrenrngea Miall he pid, fapera are deliv...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 4 April 1867

OFFICIAL ORGAN OF VINT0H COUHTY. Mc ARTHUR, OHIO: ThuiduV, April 4, 1567. v::-,,,,WiiWhwUr, onion tl hanils. A imiun ,mt uone "'"J 'v"i .; ; . A imunofliik, aon.oii of liuidy lhAMKi;iiVVi Frumvtn. Democratic State Ticket. For Governor, ALLEN G.THURMAN.of Franklin. 1 : i ' -Fer Lieutenant Governor, '"" " ' For Treasurer, Dr.C. FULTON, of Crawford. . tl::i:.:. - !..... '-' ' ' For Auditor, ... r JOHN McELWEE, of Butler. ,. . For Attorney General . . .: ; FRAKK II. HURD, of Knox. For Judge of Supreme Court, ' judge THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton. ForCoutrollef ofTreasury, ' '''VlLLlAM SHERIDAN; of Williams. , 9',',' . "'.for. Powd.of PablU Works,. ; , ui ARTHUR UUGIIE3, of Cuyahoga. , GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. The war m Mexico is assum In & k more desp'crate .'and mur derous character than ever. ; .In retaliation for the shooting in QTtct'bloocl of the'1: Trench pris oiiers; the - Imperial General iliranioii has declare a' war of extermination. ' : !':!,lix-(j6yer'nor Eyre, of Jama- cia! n...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 4 April 1867

Democratic Enquirer Democratic Enquirer J. W. BOWEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Items of Local Interest. ' JOY. COG & CO., PUBLISH EKH' AGENTS, ' : Tribune Buildings, New York City, Brown's Iron Building, Philadelphia, Fa., Areauthorised to Jontratt lor advertising for this paper. ...... Tnrtmis Ye.vbs Pbactios in CknONio Disuse 'f L Pagln, M. D., ol South Bend, Indiana, Author of New System of Medicine in - (ha Treatment of Chronic Il sense, and a New Mode ol combining Med' "kin. A Student of Doctor Dellingbuagh. ' , AFMiNim-irp.T-For the special benelit of my pa' tientg and friends who have to often solicited me (o Tieit them, I will make a tour through Indiana and Ohio, and all who wish to see me and get medicine can do io by calling at the following places: .Hamden, at the-. Jackson House, Tuesday, April sth; McArthitr.at the Hulbert, House, Friday and Saturday, April 10th and Uth;' Alleusville, Sunday April 12th; London, Tuesday April 16th. : 1 have all. kinds, of medicine with...

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

Democratic Enquirer J. W. BOWEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Agricultural. WEIGHTS TO THE BUSHEL. Apples Barter Buckwheat 26tbsi s' 48 ' f " 20 ' go " 34 11 6 70 go 60 " 33 " 85 5 " sa " 60 " Bran , rtaan . Hurley Mull & Bag Corn Corn in ear Coal Hominy tars Onion Sets Onions peaches, (dried,) Potatoes Rvo 8fl Inn live Malt (sacks) 40 " tiO " 6S " 60 " 85 " M " 82 - 45 " .(id " 41 61 " Ml " 60 ' 14 " Wheat fcweet Potatoes . Corn Meal Turnip Snlt Clover Seed Timothy Seed Max Ilenio (Canary Millet Hungarian Crass ltluo Grass v Coffered Tickles. Our medicul students in New York have bpon testing some of the ritv inckles for copper. The test is made by simply thrust iri a bright needle into a pick le and allowing it to remain fW.t-ft sc-rcral lumta. ; It" thereto any copper present it. will be flonoaited on the needle, ffiviiijr it tho characteristic red color of the metal. From one specimen of pickles which wero Warrant or! nrif rr nrmtflin flTlV finnnfil' a , . ,7 J neaW deDOSlt 01 thC...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 11 April 1867

r ... ' . . ' I ' ....,. . . , . ' Democratic at all Times and under all Circumstances. H i hi. HHi in I ' ' . ' 1 11 ' I ' II l l I ' '"" "" " '"' ' ' ' I " ' ' - , , , , VOLUME ! II'ARTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY; ' OlIIO; i TIIURSD AY, APRIL 11- 1867. NUMBER 12., Democratic Enquirer PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, BY J. W. BOWEN, Editor and Publisher, OFFICE-11 Malone'i Building, on Main Strt ' - ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. - ' ' ' .; (m advanci) Oo copy, on yr, . , I 1 60 One copy, six month, W One copy, three months, ' ' 40 Firs copies, one yenr, to one Post Offlne, 26 Ten copies, one year, to one Post Office, ' moo Our terms require payment to be made itsictlt IK ADVANl'I A failure to give notice of wish to discontinue at the close of the time subscribed for, will he cotiBid red it new engagement; and no paper will bedis ocnilsuod until alter nil arrenrnses shall he paid. Papers ure delivered thronsh the mail free of post Age within the county, and, also, free to subscribers living iu ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 11 April 1867

Elv Qtobmtit (Snguiror. offIcial organjdfvintonmunty. McARTHUR, OHIO: Thursday, i April It. "K union of heaitv a union ol handa, A union that noie may sever; A union oflnkes, a un.on of lands, .'ill AUtBlCAK I HIOII t OBRVKU. Democratic State Ticket. For Governor, ALLEN G. THURMAN, of Franklin. Fcr Lieutenant Goyernor, DANIEL S. UHL, ofjHolmes. -'-'- for Treasurer, " ' -Dr. C. FULTON, of Crawford. For Auditor, : JOHN McELWEE, of .Butler. For Attorney General, ! ' FRANK II. KURD, of Knox. For Judge of Supreme Court, Judge THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton. For Controller of Treasury, WILLIAM SHERIDAN, of Williams. ' ' For Board of Publio Works, ARTHUR HUGHES, of Cuyahoga. National Democratic Convention. Thurman Hall, Columbus, March 20, 1867. At a meeting bf the Democratic State Cen tral Committee held to-day, the following resolutions were adopted: ; 1, Resolved, That in the Opinion of this committee a Dcmooralio Convention of del egates from all the States should be held ihia vmr. not lat...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 11 April 1867

Democratic Enquirer i X .' w. do win, miTOR and riorsuToB. Items of Local Interest. THIBlKEV YlAHS PBACTICB IX ClIBOKIO DlSSASK. Bend, Indiana, Author By L Pagin, M. D., of South of New System of Medicine in the Treatment of Chronic Disease, and a New Mode ol combining Med' leine. A Student of Doctor Dellingbuagh. Arrb'STiiMrs. For the special benefit of myp' lients ihd friends who have so often solicited mo to visit them, t will make a tour through Indiana and Ohio, and all who wish to see roe and get medicine van do so by cnllingjtf the following places: llumden, at the Jackson House, Tuesday, April tlh; MeArthnr, at the 11 11 1 her t House, Friday and Saturday, April 12th and 13th; Alletuiville, Sunday, April 12th; Loudon, Tuesday April loth. I have all kinds of medicine with me. 1 (ravel by ari call ewly. Consultation froe. ' Local items of intoiest will be thankfully received from our friends, at any time, from any part of Ibis or adjoining counties, Bias Wanted. Bring all (bin...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 11 April 1867

Democratic Enquirer j. w. towtx, iuitob mo raoratsroa. i iiiii Agricultural. WEIGHTS TO THE BUSHEL. Apples barley Niickwhtat lildll It. mil Karluy Mall Bag Corn Tiirii ill rar Coal (inU Onion Satj Onions pea dies, ('tried,) Poatoc - 2, VIb 4a " Mi ' 20 " 60 " 34 " 46 " 70 " t ' 6U " S3 25 " 60 3. ) 60 " Rve 5" Ib Kve Hull (sacks) i " Wheat W " Wweet Potatoes 6. " Corn Meal 6 " Turnip M " S:ilt Ml " clover Seed f.2 ' Timothy buod 4S " Flux 00 " Hemp 44 ' Canary SO " Millet 60 Hungarian Grass 60" Blue Gram 14 Oxioxs and Poultry. Scarcely too much can be said in praise of onions for fowls. They seem to be a preventive and remedy for various disea ses to which domestic fowls are liable. Having frequently tes ted their excellence, wo can speak' understandingly. For gapes and inflamation of the throat, eyes and head, onions are almost a specific. "We would, therefore, recommend giving fowls, and especially vouno' chickens, as many as J o they will eat, as often as twice or three times a w...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 18 April 1867

IHMIIIIIIlllBlllll'lllllMIBBIIIIM mil Ill, Hill' .,.,, II I II linn II ' Democratic at all Time and under all Circumstances. IT ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO; THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1867. VOLUME 1 NUMBER 13. Democratic Enquirer feOBLlgttSD IVERT TIIUEBDAJ 1I0&M1NO, BT J. V. BOWEN, Editor and Publisher, OFFICE "n Malom's Building, on UalaStrsol. TERJIS OF SVVSCSIPTION. (II ADVAKCI.) On eopy, me yar, Oat copy, six month, Ou copy, three months, Kivs copies, on year, to one Post Omcs, Ten couies. one Tear, to one Poit Office, I 160 76 40 6 26 111 00 Our terms require payment to oe maas iihiutli II ADVANCE A failure to give notice of wish to discontinue t the close ol the llmo mbacrihed fur, will he consid- red a now enHwnl and no paper will be dis unlinued until alter all arrearage nliall be paid. Papnrn are delivered through the mail free of post age within the county, and, also, free to suhsoribers living in the couuty, hute poatortioe is out of ihs euuty. TERMS OF AD VER T I SI NO. Te...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 18 April 1867

OFFICIAL ORGAN OF VIMTOH COUNTY, - LIcARTIIUR, OHIO: Thn.Ml.O, ApiU IS. 1SG7. A union of hearts, union of hauda, A union thai none m.v v'r A union ofUkes, a union lands, The Aksicas L"kii tuasvun. Democratic State Ticket. ALLEN G. THURMAN, of Franklin. Fcr Lieutenant Governor, DANIEL 8. UUL,oniolmes. For Treasurer, Dr.C. FULTON, of Crawford. For Auditor, JOHN McELWEE, or.Butler. For Attorney General, IRAN II . UURD, Of Knox. For Judge of Supremo Court, Judgo THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton. For Controlloi'of'Tveftsury, WILLIAM SHERIDAN, of IVilliamB. For Board of Publio Works, . ARTHUR HUGHES, of Cuyahoga. National Democratic Convention. Thurman Hall, Columbus, March 20, 1867. ' At a meeting of tbe Deniocratio State Cen Iral Committee held to-day, resolutions were adopttd: UW.H..I.. luij,..,.!.. i ffiJW. That in the opinion of (his committee a Deniocratio Convention of del fsates from all the States should be held this year, not later than the 4th day of July, and Louisville, Kentucky, 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. — 18 April 1867

bae'JiatMixmm i'iim Democratic Enquirer . w. sowtx, iditoi ikO raopuiitoi, Itenit of Local Interest. GLORIOUS NEWS! Ho! Everybody!! A NEW STORE IN McARTHUR! J. K. Will, the "old and reliable" Dry end Fa no j Goods Merchant the oldest mer chant in Vinton County the father of the merchants of Vinton County has gone East for Goods, and will return this week with the largest and most carefully aeleoted as- eortmeut of the most beautiful and best "Goods that money could procure in that market, which be will open in the New Store Room, just fitted up for that purpose, by Messrs. Doddridge & Sisson, on the south -west corner of Main and Market Streets. The -New Store Room is a model of complete ness. Mr. Will is the oldest merchant in Vinton euniy, and one of the oldest in "Soutljern Ohio, and will be prepared to offer rare inducements to all h s old customers ttnd all who may favor him will a call, . All of h is old customers 'will call upon him in liia new establishment without fail....

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 18 April 1867

Agricultural. WEIGHTS TO THE BUSHEL. Apples lrley ftucknheat Brsn Bemi Barley Mali B( Cora Corn in ear Oral Hominy Out Onicm Beta Unions Peaehos, (dried,) fotutovii 25 lbs 48 " 60 ' 10 " 60 " 34" 60 " 70 " 80 ' CO ' S3 a 68 S3 60 Rye At Be Kve nan icii tt'llCftl Sweet Potatoes 40 60 " 6 " &0 " 64 " AO " H'i " 46 " 66 " 41 o " 60 ' SO 14 " Corn Meal Turnip Sail Clover cms Timothy Seed Flax Hemp ('unary Millet Hungarian Brass Blue OrasM Clover Seed. We believe, eaystlie Kural New Yorker, that a crop of clover eeed ta ken from the land exhausts the Boil more than a crop which is cut for hay. Any seed crop, it is well known, ia more exhaus tive than a mere fodder crop. One strong reason for cutting timothy for hay early, is to. re move it from the soil before it has abstracted those elements which form the seed. It lm covcrishes the soil much less than if cut later. The first frrowth of clover is not crcneral Iv disnosed to seed much; hence it is not so exhaustive as other crrasscs ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 25 April 1867

-. II til . -a .: ' SrWjrau -.W . " . " ' '-4t4 rwnrv w ft war a. k. pw iav n w Oil mm u v V WAVY AV Al vjK A ' - ; VOLUME 1. Democratic at all Timet and under all Circumstances. M' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO;: THURSDAY, .APRIL 25, 1867. NU3IDER. 11. Democratic Enquirer UBLIsniD EVERT TUUE9DAT UoRNINQ, BT ' J1. W.' SO WEN, Editor and Publisher, OFFICE 'n Mion's Building, on Main StraeU TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On eony, on ynr, '' '.- h i so ) copy, six muiith.il, . .76 On copy,. thre months, , 40 Fiv copies, on year, to in Post Olflc, I 26 Ten eonles. one venr, toon PostOffic, ; 10 00 Our terms require payment to be made sibictlt II ADVANCE ' A failure to give notioe of a winh to discontinue at til close ol the time subscribed for, will b consid- red anew engagement; and no paper will bo dis continued until alter all arrearages shall be paid. Pupers are delivered through the mail free of post age within the county, and, also, free to subscribers living in the county, whoso postottice...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 25 April 1867

l. W. B0WM, 20 AKDHOMIETO. OFFICIAL ORMH OF VlItTOH COUNTY Democratic State Ticket. For Governor, ALLEN 0. THURMAN, of Franklin. Fer Lieutenant Governor, DANIEL 8. UUL, of Eolmes. For Treasurer, Dr. C. FULTON, of Crawford. For Auditor, JOHN MoELWEE, of Butler. , For Attorney General, FRANK H. HUKD, of Knox. For Judge of Supreme Court, Judge THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton. For Controller 'of 'Treasury, "WILLIAM SHERIDAN, of Williams. r- For Board of Public Works, ARTHUR HUGHES, of Cuyahoga. National Democratic Convention. lion. Thurman Hall, Thurman Hall, Columbus, March 20, 1867. At a meeting of theDemecratio Slate Central Committee held to-day, the4.following resolutions were adopted: i p..W. That in the opinion of this .JmHi.a & Democratic Convention of del M.iai fmm all the States should be held this year, not later than the 4th day of July, and Louisville, Kentucky, is tho most eligible place for holding me same, yes IU our t"u' i m 7th ia too early a day for the as eembling the...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 25 April 1867

Democratic Enquirer Items of Local Interest. Fire. The dwelling hous of James Ward, on Market Street, oaught fire last Saturday; but owing to tbo prompt appearance! of the eiiixens, the flames were subdued with but email lo. - V The farmers of Vinton County inform us that the prospsot of the ooming' wtieot crop ie of the most enoouraging nature ; , " DgDiciTioN,--The new Catholic Church, at Waverly, Ohio, was dedioated by Arch bishop Purcoll, on the 8th Inst. Mm. Paqb will acoept the thankB of (he Printers of the Enquirer Office for the' excel lent wedding cake sent. . ", . ' , Job Pristinq. Get all your Job Printing done at the ' Enquirtr Printing Offioe, in Malone's Building, for, besides the best print ing, you will also find the lowest prices. Local items of intetest will be thankfully received from our friends, at any time, from any part of this or adjoining counties. f h Wanted. Bring all thh Biee, where the highest will be paid for them. your rags to market price Sweet Potato...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 25 April 1867

Democratic Enquirer J. W. BOWEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Agricultural. WEIGHTS TO THE BUSHEL. 1 pplet , Hm-kwheat Bran Ill-MIS Harlev Mall Dt( Com crn in ear Con I Hominy )Ht 1 Union Hell nins Pvo.-li, (lried,) Potatoes Mlba 40 W ' 6. " 60 64 " W " c.a s " 41 " eo " 60 60 u if. tt Rye ti " Kve Malt (sacks) Ml Wheat to " et Potatoes Oil " ('irn Meal 34 " Turnip . . - . 6 " lt 70 Clover Peed SO Timothy Seed CO Flax S3 Hemp ti " Canary M Millet S3 " Huujtarian Grass CO " Blue lraa Potato. We arc not much in lavor of getting the potato ' into the ground very early, and would not plant until after the middle of the month. Then the early varieties can be plant ed, either in hills or drills. A little warm manure in the hill or drill, will forward their ger mination. : A medium-sized tu bur, cut eo as to plant 5 or 6 eyes in a place, we"prefer. Ash Leayed Kidney is, the earliest variety, but very small." Early Goodrich is the best and most productive. Early .Dykeman and Buckeye are good vari...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 2 May 1867

M1 1 .. qJM,JJiUJJJaimiJIMU.U,l ,' p WIBWWCTWBDII" Ill III ' J ' IIIH JIM I IffUVMKlLlV. . LyMtlfflTWIffffllH, VOLUME. 1, JT ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO; THURSDAY, HAY 2, 1867. Democratic Enquirer . M- M PUIL1SBED EVERT THURSDAY MoaMNQ, BT J. W. BO WEN, Editor and Publisher, OFFICE In MAtoN' Building, on Main Street. JER3IS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On copy, on ?r, On copy, six month, One copy, thre months, , Fiv copies, one year, to one Poit Office, Tn onuina. nn venr. to one PostOthce, I 150 76 40 25 10 00 Our terms require payment to be mad itsictit IX ADVAXOI , j. ' ' . A failure to give notice of a wish to diMontinue at the close of the lime fubseribed for, will b consid tredanewenRiiRHnenti and no paper will bedis oniiuued until alter all arrcaragps shall bo paid. Papers are delivered through the mall free or post age within the county, and, also, free to ubsorlbera living in the county, hos poatotfice is out of the uunty. TERMS OF AD VER TISIN0. Ten lines of tins type, or the npuce oc...

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

t. W. 0WJX, IDITOl ASI) FriHTU. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF VINTON COUNTY f. Me ARTHUR, OHIO : Tnurdii, i Slay 2, ISGT. Democratic State Ticket. . Fgr Governor, A LLHS G.TH UKM AN, of Franklin. Fcr Lieuten&tt Governor, DANIELS. UIIL, of Holmes. For Treasurer, Dr. C. FULTON, of Crawford. "' ' ' For Auditor, JOnN McELWEE, or But'cr. Fir Attorney General, FRANK II. HURD, or KnOI. For Judge of Supreme Court, Judge THOMAS M. KEV, of Hamilton. ForControllei of Tre.iMiry, WILLIAM SHERIDAN, of Williams. For Board of Public Works, ' ARTHUR I1UGHE3, of Cnjohoga. Organize! DEMOCRATIC ORGANIZATION. CAMPAIGN CLUB! , lit pursuance of a suggestion of Uie Demo cratic State Central Committee, the Democ racy of the eeTeral Townships in Vinton County are hereby requested lo aBiemble at tie uaual place of holding elections, in the eoTtral Townships, on SA Tilt DAY EVENING, - May 4th, 1867, for the puipose of organizing a Democratic Club in each Township, under in Iks Dsmnnratiil State Central ' Comaittee; th...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 2 May 1867

Democratic Items of Local Interest. If jou want to raise good! Tofnetoes do not piece the plants too closeiy together. There i no vegetable that requires more air than the tomato. Go to Strong & Gibboni.--For stoves. Tiri-wnre. Pldws. Saddlery, aid allkincUof Hardware. ro to iTiioNO A (jiBif)Ki, ou Main Street, M lArthnr, Ohio, who'have on hand a toll Wpply oT everything usually found In a country hard-ware tdore, and which ha been bought at the lowest cash price and will be Bold at corresponding figures. 15 Cbcapest and Bcsl.-O. W. Sisson keep constantly on hand a new and fresh aupply of pure Drugs and Medicine, Chemicals, Oll of every kind, Varnishes, Brushes, Dye Stuffs, Toilet Articles, Fcrlurnery, Pure Liquors of all kinds, and all other articles usualy keptina first-class Drugstore, which lie in aellmg lower than can be bought the State. Go to tho New Room, -outl side M dn Street. IS Job Fbintiko Get all your Job Printing done at the Enquirer Printing Office, in Mnlone'i B...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 2 May 1867

Democratic Enquirer Democratic Enquirer J. W. BOWEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Agricultural. WEIGHTS TO THE BUSHEL. sunn Apple Horlev Buckwheat V.rsn Ynnt H,.eT Mll N. Corn Corn in r Conl Hominy Oats Onion Rett t'ntons peach!", (dried,) puWiocs 25 tb' 4tl " to " 2i ien 84" Mi " 0 60 " til " t i " IS " w " IV " Rye Rve Malt (lacKiT 4" u (r, 61) ' SO W heat weel rotaliml Om Meal i'uiiiips Salt - iMover fleed Timothy So4 Klax Hemp Canary .Millet iiungarisn Grass Blue Unuet 1.2 " 46 ' 61 II " 0 ' SO " 60 " 14 " Cmi'Kt of inE Peach.- Id Cutr.. fcUnioucr Newton's last sgricultural i . . .. Ami ti fnllnnins hint, by .Mr, Laao Pullen, in regard to tie culture .. .... ' j (V.,;, .J n av that tboufcb Will io uvoi . tl 1 1. Anal nn I it tl.ey ate brief they contain more 6"jut information ibao we irequenuy """ilh9 mixed UD in columns Ot advice on mei uliicct ! Sliould be in n aasAi neacn ireeu suuuiu . . i i - Dlaoted when of one season's growth. Tha time of Dlantinz, w! 0ri ipiog, is immaterial. ...

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