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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 2 April 1873

Enqu R ..... . f . yOJjUMB 7. ' '' Li t M'AETHUE, VINTOU COMTY ; QHI0, , WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1873. NUMBER 12. .'The' Kc Axtliur - Enquirer. J. W. EOWEK, Kdltov and Vroprintar. Tarma of feattoriptioa. J-.' One copy, one yeir.ll W I Ontt op 8moi II 00 - Una copy, mo;.. .; 1 I One eopy, 4 mo . W Ifnotpnid witlila thyr ..... ,.,.. J Clnb of Twenty.... "JJS , The McArtlnir VsatiliiK cltmiUtei KKb OF 1'OSTAtiK wltlilu tUe MiulU of Vinton r Cl'Uet5McArt!iiir EsquiRKU nd Th CAW (Inn WUnett will t out to due periwn one 1 ycr for t 00. . ;, . ' ,. A. failure to notify iliscoiitinnance it the end of the time euliecrilied for, will lie tulteu new engagement for lubauriiition. . AdvertUinf Bntea. V i The ipace occupied by 10 llnei of thU (Man . nurell) type (half constltiiU nure. Kuie aiul Figure Work-M eenU ldltlonl. t mod. " 6 mo.. 1 mo. It 00 I $ 00 t 00 5 00 .. TOO. 10 00 1 00 10 00 ' -15 00 , I 00 It 00 18 00 10 00 16 00 -i 40 00 , 00 ' " . 1 (JO . SO 00 15 00 : . 00 ' 40 00 KtW v: 4UI 80 00 O...

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

THE MCA.RTI-ITJH ENQUIEER, APRIL 2 1878. The McArthur Enquirer. J, W. BOWES, Editor nml Publisher. MoAItTIUTlt, OHIO APUIL s, isra. Modern Conversation. Democrat ?"Stiy ! Are you going to vote for a resident of Jackson for Dclcgato to the Constitutional Con- . vention ?" , Radical "What do you mean by a resident of Jackson If" D. "I mean that three townships of Vinton county have nominated Harvey Wells, the 'Litencn Caleu later,' of Jackson, for Delegate to the Constitutional Convention." It. "What of that?" D. "Well, he wanted to vote 'Yes' on the Railroad tax in Jack eon on tho 3d of January, 1873, and he swore he was a resident of that town." E. "Is that true ?" . D. "Yes, sir. And he remained there until the 15th of March not twenty days ago." K. "Well, I don't know whether to vote for him or not. He's one of the smartest fellows of the present age. He can calculate the most ter rific streaks of 'litonen;' and them Chillicothe Gazette boys say 'in Ilarve is combined energy with ...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 2 April 1873

ft- Mmi Mi'.i"'. .Msnwwss T.I-IE Mc AKrHtJB' EKQ UIBEBBNESDAY, APRIL , 1878. Tho Mc Arthur Enquirer. J. W. 1IDWHS, Kdltnr ami Publlaliur. Mo ARTHUR, OHIO, . - AI'lIII. 3, mi. J. BOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST JIClAHTHUIt, OHIO. NO BUSINESS DONK ON SATURDAYS. Delegate Ticket. Election, April 7th, 1873. Delegate to the Constitutional Con vention. ULYSSES S. CLA.YPOOLE. Only a few moons more, and the trees will hang with golden blos soms.. The merry song of the plowman can be heard throughout tho coun try. '; ' If you nre going to have a sale it will be to your interest to call at this olflee and get a neatly printed aale bill. Our fort-man was called to Co lumbus this morning by the sad an nouncement of the death of his little grand-daughter. Eain fell during tho greater part of the day yesterday April 1st. It was accompanied by thunder and lightning early in the morning. The April number of Godey'a Lady's Book is on our table. La dies can sit down to its persual with infinite gratification...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 2 April 1873

THE MoARTHUE ENQUIEER, 1YEDNESDAY, APRIL .3, 1878. SELECT POETRY. The Inner Calm. Calm me, my God, and keep mo cnlni, Wliilo these liot breeze blow ; Boliko thonlght-dewB cooling balm. Upon earth's fovorod brow. Calm mo, my God, and keep mo c dm, Soft resting on thy bit-nut, Soothe mo with holy hymn, and Psalm, Ami bid my spirit rent. Culm mo, my God, and kcop mo culiit, 'Nontli Thy outstretching wing; Ilo like the simile of Ellin's psalms, Reside hor desert springs. Yes ! keep mo calm, though loud nml rudo The sounds my cars may groot; Calm In tho closest solitude; Calm In the hustling Htrcut. Calm In tho diiy of bouyant henllh; Calm in the hour of pain; Calm In poverty or wealth; Calm in my lessor gain. Calm In tho suffcrciicoof work; Llkelllm who bore my shame; aim 'mid the throat'ning, taunting throng, Who hate thy holy name. Calm when tho great world's news with power My listening spirits stir, Let not the tidings of the hour E'er find too foud an oar. Calm as tho ray of sun or...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 9 April 1873

.--. .-'4. .1- .'A . ZUMt,, .. finn -;V.-i.J'!.-.i; i VOLUME 7. M'AIlTIIUll, VINTON COUNTY i OHIO, WEDNESDAY, 77. i-' - " ; " : : 1 "' APRIL - 9, 18T3. - ,.S)a, : number ia McARTnM'ENQiimla J. W. BOWEN, Editor and Proprlotor. . .. ii Trma of Subscription. . ; One copy, one yeur.ll 60 1 One copy, 8mo 1 00 One copy, 0 moa .... 75 1 Oue copy,4 mo. BO 11' not paid withlu the year,.., ... JJJ Uliilta or Twenty. J 00 The MeArthur Enouirkb clrailatea FlU., OK I'OSTAUK within tlie limita of Vluton C'OUUtV' " 1 ' ' 1 " ' ' ' ' ' '--' t i ' The'MoArthur KxQUlRKR and Tkt Ckrlt tiaik Witnt will be sent to one lHsraon one year for t 00., ' ' , ' ' . . A fnlluro to notify ft dlHcontlnnanee at tho end of tlio time nuiiscruiea ior, win u mum as new engagement wr guusonpiion. Advertising Rates. ' Tlie Bpaco occupied by 10 lines of thin (Non pareil) type "boll cniiHtilute a Kipiare. Utile mid Figure Work-60 vent additional ', .'8inon. ' 6 riios. , 1J moa. Oue siiuare, S 4 00 I 00 Two miliaria, " ' " ...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 9 April 1873

THE Mo AESTEUE IliHSTOTJIEBR, WEDNESDAY APEIL 9, J873. McARinuK Enquirer j, W, BOW1EX, Xdltor and Publisher M0ARTnyB 0HIO( - Al'Rlti 9, 1813. The Credit Mobilier Reaction. LIGHT BREAKS THROUGH. THE ELECTIONS. From all directions we hear good election news. The dark cloud of Radicalism that has so long hung like a pall over the people 1 of that, the fairest portion of our country, has heen reni asunder and the light of Reform breaks through, giving hope and courage to an enter prising people, and to all true patriots who love the Govern ment bequeathed to them by the Fathers of the Revolution. The local elections held last Mon day in Ohio and Connecticut, ' and on the Tuesday previous in several other States, resulted in a complete triumph for the Dem ocratic and liberal ticket. Large gains were made in every precinct, and, in many places, for the first time, the Democrats are victorious. A Democratic Liberal Mayor was chosen in Springfield; the Radical city of Cleveland has repudiat...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 9 April 1873

JLL-'JIM M, J. Ltmi'l TELE McAPTiroil JtlQmBIiSR WEPISTJaSDAY, i A.PBIIJ 9, 11873. McArtuurEnquirer j. vrl '6'rjttf, WAiu'r' 'miV Pui.iisVui L MoARTlIUli, OHIO, . , , . APRIL 0, WiU V. A V' 1 N. l U . MI'I . ,Vi .'I 'fill I II -;l .!.,.. RESIDENT DENTj ST ,.;.': :;":,tt'!' McAUTuuii,omo, ; iKO BUSINESS DON K ON SATURDAYS. . Trim ypur trees, plean your yards 11 and premises. .' ;Vr ; n , -. i ;' ' ;, ,.' .Flies hnd Musquttoes ar looked ; for about "the, middle o' the May." ii i i i i '.- Farmkrs say that all kinds of Stock have 'wintered yie this. win fter., '.;,..''"' ' ;'' Spring don't come but once a year in tms country, imttiiis year ' it was very difficult for it to come at all. . ' J, F. Toweli.,; Portsmouth, Ohio, offers to 1 ' merchants a superior i stock of Dry Goods and Notions, : on the most favorable terms. . 8-ly. ... ! New Name. By reference to an advertisement, it will bo seen that "Coalinont" is hereafter to be tiie name of the village at the Znleski Company's coal mi...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 9 April 1873

XVkU A Lc Al lan i U 11 UNQIT IRKR, W JDN USD A Y A PKT lV f), 1873. MCARTHUR ENQUIRER Our Darling. Itouuding Ilk a foul-bull, , ' Kicking t thu door; Falling from the table-top, '.. Sprawling ou thfl floor j , Smashing cupsand sauccra, , rlplittingdolly'a head; . ; Putting llUlo pussy-cut .'" Into baby's bud. , ' . llnihllng simps and houses, '," Spoiling father's but, Hilling mother's precious keys' Underneath the mat; .lumping on the fonder, , , ' Poking al the Are, : Dancing on his little legs . Legs that novortlre. Making mother' heart leap fifty timed aday; . Aping every tiling we do, Every word we day; Shouting, laughing, tumbling, Soaring with a will, Anywhere and everywhere, He vcr, never still. Present brlngiug sunshine, i Absent leaving night; That's our proclous dBrllng, That's our heart's delight. Relieving Choked Cattle. Oil an animal becoming choked with any hard substance that cannot pass the gullet, harsh ." measures should never be used until all others have failed...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 16 April 1873

rn M n 7 TTIF XT T UjxI XiJuL U Jul . . .-M ' v In j N Q XI I R E R . .1 i'. i VOLUME 7. ( M'ARTHUE, VINTON COUNTY OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1G, 1873. NUMBEll 14 McArthuk Enqujbeb J. W. BOWEN, Editor and Proprietor. Term of Subscription. Olio copy, onoyoar.tl 60 I Ono coiiy,Biwis (1 00 Olio copy, 6 mos. ... 75 Ono copy, 4 mos. IW) If not paid within theycur Chilis of Twenty....! 'M 00 The MeArtliur Knqiukkk circulates KltKK OF i'OSTAUK within the limitH or Vinton County. The McArthur Knquibkr and Ths Chrl thin Witne will uo lout to uuo person ono year for 8 00. A failure to notify a discontinuance nt tlio cnuoi me nine suuscnijou lor, will be taken ns a now ongngoinont for subscription. . Advertising Rates. Tiie spaco occupied by 10 lines of this (Non. paroll) typo shall constitute a square. Hulo and Figure Work 50 cents additional. - 8 nioK. A mos. IS iiioh. One square, S400 f tt 00 00 Two squares, 5 00 7 00 1(1 00 Three squares, 7 00 10 00 15 00 Foursquares, 9 00 14 00 18 00 Six squa...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 16 April 1873

THE McAETHUR ENQUIBEB, ' WEDNESDAY APRIL 16, 1878. HcARTnuR Enquirer J. W. BOWKJf, Ktlltor ami l'nullsher, MoAirruuu, oitio apkil is, lsra. THE NEXT CAMPAIGN. In October next will be fought the first battle of the Presidential campaign, so far as Ohio is con cerned, and upon the result of that battle depends to a great or less ex tent the result of the subsequent final contest. The government is now in the hands of the spoilers, and it devolves upon patriotic men to see that it is rescued and set once more upon the high road of freedom and prosperity, from which it was reduced by the reckless and un principled politicians who now so largely control it. There must be an understanding arrived at among all the friends of free government, if they expect to wrest it from the hands of the present Radical leaders. The friends of the present Administra tion are thouroughly organized, and ; are equally vigilant in prevent ing organization and co-operation among their opponents. It is much ea...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 16 April 1873

TliE McAETHIJE ENQUIEEB, WEDNESDAY, A.P;RlL i6 1B78y McArtiiur Enquirer J. W. BOWES, lMltor and ruulialier. Moartiii.tr, ouro, . . april id, kh. J" J. BOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST . Mc ARTHUR, OHIO. NO BUSINESS HONK ON SATURDAYS, Muddy roads. Timk to plant onions. Where do you live now? Fkesii fish from the little steams have made tkeir appearance. The trees are budding and the grass is growing beautiful. It is said that the wheat in some parts of Vinton county is injured.. The 'Jackson Standard is now printed on a Fair Haven Power Press. Isaac Reynolds, Street Commis sioner, has resigned that ofllcc since the election. Do you think the "Lightcncn Calculator" can make a good Con stitution for Ohio? It will bo fashionable the coining Rummer for every body to carry um brellas when the rain is falling. Last Kundny afternoon was quite warm and pleasant. Many people were "out walking." We were out too. t i Ben. F. Scott, an old resident of Washington township, Jackson county, Ohio, died sudd...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 16 April 1873

TIIE MdilBTErUK .KISTQUIRER, WIS PISTES!) A. Y APEIL 16, 1873. MCARTHUR ENQUIRER Health and Cellars. C71U 4i;Mav:wbitwvasli' 'with one peck of uuslacked' liiine and boiling water enough' to thin it; .-. i add to it four pounds of- coppev ' as and three pints of flour starch; ..make it thin enough ' to a spread well, and yellow with.tlje cop- peras. Wash every,." -after, stone, and crack or crevice at the sides or, over head, apd see how sweet the place ;;-will be come, and what a scampering of mice and rats will follow Throw bits of copperas in the corners, lay them on the shelves, ...and.. purify., every ' part',o'f the Vr .. cellar with this cheap disinfect ?4 "ant, which .is alsoMlisiui-eeable .... io uie roueiuiu. . , , -, ' : -. Don't hesitate to lo this, be V . cause '-your- own health,' and the health of your wife and cml ""dren depend upon it. A fami ly Jiving over a foul cellar is j more liable to be ; pfdiQtojl with ,.v illness than a city) family living , . in a . tenent....

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 23 April 1873

McArtIur T H VOLUME X M' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1873. NUMBER 15. IcAiiTiiuR Enquirer J. W. IIOWKN, Etllto unil T-roprlotnr, Terms of Subscription. Ono copy, ono year.fl BO I Ono copy, 8 mos ,1 00 Onocopy. O inoa.... 15 On copy, 4 mos . 60 Ifnotpiilil within the your 00 Clubs of Twenty 120 00 .... ......... H ..1 1..... 1.' 1J L- t.1 AIIO MllArilllir r.SUUIllftl rin-uillirn ruon OV POSTAUK within the limits of Vinton Comity. Tho MuArtlmr K.NilimtKll ami Tht Chri- tlan WHiifHt will bo sunt to ono persiM ono year for f.1 w. A f'liluro to notify a ilisi-oiitinimiii'o lit tlio end of tlio tluio auusr.riuuu lor, win oc uikoii as a now engagement tor siiusi'iiptlim. Advertising Rates. IMic space occupied bv 10 lines of thin (Non unroll) tvno sluill constitute a Biiiinre. ltulo and Figure Work 50 cent inlrtltional . .111108. II lllllK. 12 IIIOH. Ono HiUHi'i). 4 00 M00 9 00 Two siitiures, 5 0.) 7 00 10 00 Three sipiures, 1 00 10 00 15 00 Foursquares, V 00 It) 00 18 ...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 23 April 1873

THE MoAETHUE . ENQUIEEE, WEDNESDAY APRIL S3, 1873. ICAliTIIUB ENQUIUER J. W. OWEN, Killtor and Publisher MoAHTIlUlt, OHIO . APRIL S3, JfTi3. TREACHERY AND MURDER. Indians Murder Gen. Canby. On the 11 inst., Oen. Canby in company with tho Peace Commissioners, consisting of Dr. Thomas, A. U. Meachem, Mr. Dyer and Riddle, an inter preter, upon . the invitation of the Modocd, and in company with the two Indian messengers who had just brought the invi tation, went out to conference with Captain Jack. John Shonchin, Black Jim, Shack Nasty Jim, Hawker Jim, and Ellen's Man, all chiefs of the Modoc tribe. The Indians all had their revolvers in their belts. Mr. MeachenijGen. Canby and Di Thomas all talked at some length to the Indians, after which Captain Jack talked in a serious, quiet strain for awhile, then finished and step ped . back in the rear. John ShonehU' then began to . talk, when Captain " Jack suddenly cried out, "All ready," When eyery Indian drew his revolver and picked his man...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 23 April 1873

TI-IJU McAETHUE ENQUIRER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1873. Mc Arthur Enquirer J. W. BOWKN, Kdltor un.l Publisher. MoARTIIUR, OH 10, . . 'APRIL S3, 1H73. jT J. BOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST mcartiiur,oiiio. no business done on saturdays. Advertise in the Enquirer. There was frost last Saturday night. PiiOMENADiNd is now ia .order: in this village. Bring your job work to the Enquirer office. The Y. M. C. A. met at their room last Monday evening. Hol'-step -jump is all tho go,',, now-a-days, among the boys. Our, citizens generally, are very busily engaged in making garden. Numerous cases of spotted fever are reported in the vicin ity of Columbus. The office of the Circleville Union was sold at Sheriff's sale, Monday, April, 7th. The bridge that crosses the branch' of Raccoon creek, is progressing rapidly A great many people were in town on Saturday last, and business was quite brisk, i J. F. Towkll, Portsmouth, Ohio, oft'ers to merchants superior stock of Dry Goods and Notions, on the most favora...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 23 April 1873

THE McARTHTJE ENQUIEEE, WEDNESDAY APRIL 23, 1873. MCARTHUR ENQUIRER The Family Alter. we dip the following: There are few memories 1 hat are so fresh and powerful in , after years as the memories of the household alter. I can travel back over the path of forty years and recall the very tones of my father's voice, as he reverently read the Bible, and devoutly prayed in the midst of his iamily. I can re member how he prayed for his children, how faithfully he taught them the lessons of Christian truth and duty, in those thoughtless days of youth and I bless his memory now for what I did not appreciate then. I believe that the memo ries of christian parents and the early associations of a Christian home. Scarcely ever die out of the heart. Some times in after life, when the feet of some wayward man have strayed far away from the home of youth, and his heart has wandered from his father's God, some memory of the past, like the sweet, sad melody of the evening chime, may wake long slumbe...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 30 April 1873

rpjn nigf im rum rirrinilTO'iinTriirriMTTm,mrri rm rriirrTriranrinssnisniirnTMiTr iiiiiiwimm nm .i mi i i mur .. tr ni -HEX TTV. fc.A...,.-, ....rwra . ,. .............. m -.. :. i;--- :v;;;r"IiZ xy. .KJl. X J.JL U JLI; . lr Jill w. U MJCJl.: o7.m ' i .1 r; i. ,, ', J i VOLUMK 7 ' ' M'AllTHTJPv, VIMPN .COUNTX OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 18T3. NUMBER 10. ! j i ; .1 ik . Li : j - J. W. UOAVKN, lidltor and P nbllslier ( Terms ?f SuT)ioripH,ou , .y. Ono eopr, onojenr.l 80 One "copy, fii'uos fl 0(1 Ohu copy, tl im'w . . 13 I Ono copy,4iiio. 50 II' not intl'l willilu tlio yoai .. 9 IK) CliilMoffwiMitv : f9W Tlui Mi-Arthur KsqimtKU t-lrcidiitiM KHKK Ob'' 1'OSi'AtiK wiCliiu tlio 1 i in i it or Vinton Ciiiiuiy. 'I'lm'M.iArthiii- Ksqi'HlKU and 77m Ctrl- (i It II- WitlinU Will 1)1) HOIIt tO 0110 piMHOIl Olio year for tH (M. , , ..,,,,;.! 'jnillliuill liuuij i ill.--, ami Liyiiibin v tiv, iiiv lillll of (lilt tllllO Subscribed fill', Will 1)0 Ctltl'l) as ii now engagement for subsci Iptiou. Adve...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 30 April 1873

9i THE McAETPIIJE ENQUIEEE, WEDDSTEsIdA.Y' APBIL SO, 1878. " 1 'M' ICARTIRUl ENQUIRER J, W. BOWEJf, Kdltor unil Publisher MoAUTHUIt, OHIO - APRIL 3U, 1STA The Increase Salary Steal—Who is Responsible? The man most to Uame in the Increase Salary Steal, is President Grant. lie approv ed and made the salary bill a law. Ho was the immediate representative of the whole people, and to him -they looked lor the special guardianship of the United States Treasury. xlis supposed efficiency and in tegrity in this direction was the main argument of Lis sup porters before the people last fall during the campaign, and did more than any thing else to secure his re-election. His ac tion upon the salary bill ends all those expectations. One word of remonstrance from him would have prevented the passage of . the bill, and after its passage, his veto or even the refusal of his signature would have killed it. But in stead of preventing the. iniquity he declined to retire until after 2 o'clock on tho nig...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 30 April 1873

TILE Mc ARTHUR ENQUIRER, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1873, IcAimimt Ehquirer J. W. BOWES, Kdltor and Publisher. Mo ARTHUR, OHIO, . . APRIL 80, 1873, i JJ. BOWEES, RESIDENT DENTIST Mo A KT HUH, OHIO. NO BUSINESS DONE ON SATURDAYS. But run scarce, is beginning to bo Bahefootism is incrensing rapid ly with the juveniles. TnE freight business on the M. & C. railroad immense. We begin to think that "Decem ber's as pleasant as May." Our forefathers sung : "A Aprile the barns will fill." cold Call at this oillce and see the specimens of job printing. '"Mil III This martins arc putting in their appearance in large quantities. SfivKiiAL new names were added to our subscription list last week. The annual meeting of the Sol diers4 Memorial Association, will be held atChillicothc, May 3d. The personal property of Mr. James Pilciikh, dee'd, was sold at public auction last Wednesday. SI m s m a Josehi Kaleh, the Assessor for this township, is now making his daily visits to property holders. The rail...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 30 April 1873

THE McA-RTHTTIt ENQUIRER, WEDNESDAY APEIL 30, 1873. MCARTHUR ENQUIRER New and Other Items. """-The slcainers oftlis Oregon Steamship Company have made 'a further reduction on freight to points along the Willamette -'River. The rates are now 30 cents a pound to Eugene, and "20 cents a pound from Eugene to Portland. The management of the Northern Pacific Railroad at Kalama advertise for bids for grubbing and clearing forty i miles of the railroad north frcm Tenino, fifteen miles south of .Olympia, Wash. Ter. ." 1.1 I ! - u! ' The amount of wheat in store at Wynona, Minn., on the open ing of navigation was 474,000 : bushels. Of this amouutSO, 100 ,was winter wheat. There is al !so probably aboutl3,000 bushels of barley there. At BloomfieW, Nevada Coun ty, Cal., the peach and almond trees are in bloom, while only five miles beyond the snow is to deep for wheeled vehicles. Tne Northern Pacific Rail way Company is to build its bridge across St. Louis River from Rice's Point on the Min nes...

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