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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 7 April 1869

Mf i i,it V." . ' -' eJ'.v, ,-j?v. -1 ' ,:. ,. I )' .' . t 5'.. , t VOL. 3. J:,. BOWEN, 1 I Publisher anil Proprietor, i M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, APRIL - 7, 1869. filAO PER TEAR, I 1 .In Advtsoe, NO. 12. ssj)BBBwasaSSSIBI Wit Our German Citizons. "We notice, with gratification, that our German fellow-citizens in Cin cinnati and other places, are mov ing toward the assertion of their political rights. This is a move ment that all foreign elements should unite in, -which would accu mulate strength as it goes onward, and would terminate in the proper recognition of their rights in every roepect. Our German citizens as a class, are industrious, thrifty and orderly. They number over eight millions in the United States, which should entitle thorn to no ordinary respect and consideration from pol iticians. It is in thoir own hands to demand them, and they should do so. "Party and Country." An honorable) Senator, the- other day, said in his place in the Hall where once a Wi...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 7 April 1869

General Intelligence. General Intelligence. CHINESE WOMEN . General Intelligence. CHINESE WOMEN . How they are Imported Into San Francisco —Murders and Abductions Consequent upon the System. From the San Francisco Bulletin, Feb. 25. Within the pust few weeks tliure have been ooveral casua io which Chinunien were BBHftSrtinated by men of tliuirowv race, aud only lust night a man was Hhot and dofweratoly wonuttad by nnoltpi China man. The covn U have recently littil never al cones of couHpiraoy lo tmmler, of mur der, abduction, bbhsuHs to kill, &o., before them, and aoiue are still pending, in all ol which Chinese are pnrtien. In each iu Ktnnce the trouble liits Rrowu out of the strife among these people to obtain posses sion of CUiuaworueu w ho. are brought over in latge nnmbora on rtoh HUamcr from Hong Koug. The pertiuiu'ity with which the quimtjln are kept Tip, and the ontra- aoom acts of violenoe which have reunited, demomrtrnte the deep ijutttfeflt which those people tike a t...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 7 April 1869

Poetry. BETTER. BY LUCY LARCOM. Tli at haunting dream of Detter, 1 -Forever t our eld I ,''' . It tint the far horlaon, .. . ., ' Itaparkleaon thetiiUV " The cradle ol th Preeoiit ; : 1 Too narrow it for rent: , The feet of the Immortal . 1 . Lap forth to eok the Boat , '.:f , - 0, beauty, trailing sadneas I ; Dea,iuir, hopo'e loftiest birth I , With teara and anplrations ' Have ye bedewed the earth. , The opening bude of April Untimely frostmay chill; The aniil of aweet October , Faint out in mystery Btill. ' Whstbnrlest thou, cay childhood ? ' 1 ' Swift youth, what fled with the T LauRh'at at our louses, Sorrow, An In nomo godlike gloc t : Away, away, forever Our vessels aein to mil; The Eternal Broatu o'ertukea them ; Home apecde them every gale. , ' . The filmy gold and purplo . . ', Swathed notthe hill we trod ; 'Twaa hnl and common climbing, The liramble and the clod. The blttorneas wo taatcfl Was Truth'a moat wholesome loavcn! The frienda that left ne lonely Arc opening doora...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 7 April 1869

V ' -Si" -Vf , k r .-.. ' TJ ' f ,'! . V- . 'ifhfo JLlktf 'fi;' !-.(Ai5'-C;;,'. '.'V fftKJr ' ... -jLvj.- Wi VfejlWlJ HALL'S Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renew&i Uas stood the test of toven yean 'before the -public ; and no prepara tion for the half has yet been dis covered that will produce the same beneficial results. It is an entirely new Kcieniyio umcovery, combining many of tho most powerful and re storative agents in tho VEGETABLE mhuuuwi. it restores CRAY HAIR TO IT8 ORIGINAL YOUTH FU COLOR. It makes the scalp whiti tnd clean i cures dandruff and humors, and tailing: out of the h.nir; and will make it grow upon bald heads, except in very aged person, as it furnishes the nutri tive principle by which the hair is nourished and supported Jtmakes Via hair moist, soft, and glossy, and is unsurpassed as a It AIM DltJJSSIJfO. It is the cLcapcsl preparation ever offered to the pub- iit (i vne oviue win accommiSH LU - V . It riuro uHii taut longer man mrea JOtlles of any other preparat...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 14 April 1869

35 ' -i'--'' .-. ' V-A -. '. ;,;'r.S- . , - , ::lij;;;;-r,-,;v;;,:;:-;-,i , . . ' - Ha ' :':'V.'o . ; v:,,:r;; ; V. II '.' ' ... -1 . - ' ...... . , ' ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' 1 ' II! , ' .11 l. , , ,1, l II ' ' , . I. , ,, . VOL. 3. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14 ; i860. "WEZS- NO. 13. The Enquirer. The Election in Elk Township. Tnx election held in this tovrn hip last Monday week puesod off rather quietly,' considering the frauds practicod by those in ofllcial capacity . We think it is an outrage npon society, and a violation of the express provisions of the statuto, when men, hkving a legal right to vote at an election are refused that right, by a board of election judges' wbo make party policy their only law and guide ia determining the rights of individual respecting the right of suffrage. The Judges of the Election last Monday vsek, in determining the right of an elector, refused to administer the oath as required by the statute in relation to a person challenged on t...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 14 April 1869

Poetry. Poetry. UP-HILL. Docs the road wind up-hill ill tba way I Ym. to tb wry end. Will the dAjr'i Journey take tit whola long dyt From morn to night, my friend. But Is there for tli night reartlng placet , A root for when tba lor dark koura begin', May not tba darkneaa bide It from my faca ? . You cannot mlaa tbat Inn, Shall I in ret other wayfarers at night T Thoaa who lwv none bufore. Thnu must I knock or cull whon Jest In elghtT They will not keep you itandlug at tba door. Shall I ilii eoibiot, travol-sore and woaltT Of labor you aball and the sum. Will tlxra-ba bu4 fur nio and. JJ who. Book Yen, eH fr all who owe. General Intelligence. NIGHT IN A STORM. It was a private 'parlor of hotel iu tho. mnvincAjL Two tnea sat at a wi 11 spread breakfast tablo The ' younger hod Just pushed baok from tba tails With n inipa tient movement. ' -, ' ' . "No," he said abruptly, I cannot eat, I cannot drink 1 If I believed in presenti ments, I should sity I folt a wnniiug of aoiiifithincr dis...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 14 April 1869

Special Notices. The Trying Season. heavy fogs, an eoeroiut warm end teolet, day. of Much, render ttt upoeotbe hele, the mott unheal) by month o the year. Iu depreeetag Iniluenoeearseaps' elslly unfavorable to Invalids, and thousands of persons with feeble ooqjtltutioe.; who be born the winter bravely, break down la tneflrat months of Spring l -The variations of tdmparahar and cold , seat wind. r eerloua trUI to tha dyspeptic and bilious, whoa avmp tonu titty Invariably. egrevata. .Intermittent fever It tin rifa wherever, tluro Uevolvebls polios la tbe water or he soil. To enablothe'aielaratooombattheieeTtla, turn ll nothing likea good vegetable Umlo, and among thlaalaaa of tuadloiaea HOSTBTTEB'S I8TOM AOH U11TKR8 atand eupreroe. Msdloalmen preaorlbe it In preference la any of tha tonfo proparetlone of the fbanuaonpcoa. They are aware that the ordinary tiuo uree end oxtraeta are allbaaed'Upon oheap alcohol. whtoh U .uroherged wllb acrid eeeential oil. and abao lutuly poiaohoua They ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 14 April 1869

T aw 'aw . .aw' iWW". a.. ' m All's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewei CTa afood fh test of seven year before the public f and no prepara tion for the hair has yet been dis covered thai will produce the saint beneficial results. It it an entirely now scientific discovery, combining many of the most powerful and re iterative ayentt in the VEGETABLE fINCOOM. It restores C.7AY HAIR O ITS ORIGINAL YOUTHFUL COLOR. It makes the ecalp tvhitt snd clean t cures dandruff and humor, ami felling: out of the hair; and will make it grew vpon vaia neaas, except in very ayeui persons, as it furnishes Vie nulriA live principle by which the hair U, . - VI I. .... Vie hair moitt, toft, and fflosty, xnd is unsurpassed as a If AIM DRESSING. It is the cheapest preparation ever offered to the pub le, as one motile will accomplish store ana tats longer man three KntUum of anu athr nrmna ration, It is recommended and used by the First Medical Authority. The wonderful results produced ilf our Sicilian Hair Iien...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 21 April 1869

Willi seiSSSSSSSiesSsSISW 1 1 leili,ii!') ,; ... VOL. 3. (FabMtt and Proprietor.) M'ARTH UR; , YINTON COUNT Y, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, .1809.. f1.50 PER YEAH, I In Advance, ... i NO. H. iffM fife nai&fe The Enquirer. Strengthened. Now tliat the public credit has boon.duly strengthened by an act of CongroBB, would it not be a good idea to Btrengueii tie ''public debt ors? This could bo done by repeal ing the income tax by taking off tho duty on coffee, tea, sugar and Bait, mid other necessities, that bear so heavily upon tho people. It is not fair to do all tho strengthening for the bondholder. Tho bond-payer is poor, week and enfeebled, aud requires strengthening very much. If it is not done, wo fear that be will not be able to stand up uuder Lis burdens much longor. Ohio Valley Editorial Union. next morning gf the Ohio Vallej Editorial Union will bo held in Chilli cothe, on Thursday, May Cih,18G3, as per adjournment of the Convention at Ironten in May last. All Hie members o...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 21 April 1869

Poetry. OF THE BRIGHT BRIGADE. BRIGADE. BY A SURVIVOR. . The following pleasant parody ou Tennyson's famous Battle Ode appeared in Ui Boeton Trau acrlpt of February 19. 185S. It , at the time, rnRrdd M the moat suooesafnl of the many at tempts to psrodlze the production of the Port Lau reate, of England. "The Brilit Brlrade" refers to Uie "Oermau CoUlllou," wlilch waa, even at that time, the favorite, closing dance of the private balls In Uie city of Boeton. In the second atauaa the name of the gentleman, who wae then the prlncl iial leader lu the Cotilllou. la here left In blank. Tlie-prodiietion f tlila sprightly parody wae as cribii to the daughter of a distinguished dtlian of DoHton. The German Cotillion being atlll the fa- TorlM dance in onr oity at Uie preaent ttrae,tlie reprint of Uie parody may be of interest to many who are now euliatod in the Bright Brigade: Itunnil the room, round the room, Bound the room, onward, Like a tee-totiun BeTolved the one hundred. v tike a tce-t...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 21 April 1869

Special .-notices,' CURE YOUR COUGH. ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM. WHA T THS DOCTORS 8 A f. s Araos Woolly, M. D.,of Koo!naka Oov Indiana, save: "For three years pwt I hare ased Alien'. Lung llaiwtm Kitensively in my praotioe. and I un eatisliad there Is batter niedioine for loutf dtaoaee. In um,11 , Iwac R. Doran, M. D., of Locaii Co., Ohio, aays? . Allen'. In(r Balsam not only Mil. rapidly, butejlve. , perfect eetiifaotUm in every ohm within niy kimwMks. Having ontblonoe in lb and knowing that H pimseiisea t valuable medical propertit., I freely um it ia dot dmily practice and with unbounded suoeeaa, As an eipeoto rant It ia moat oerte-inly lar ahead of any preparation I nave .ferret known." Dr, Fletcher, of Missouri, fan i I recommend yew Balaam In pref omnoe to any other medicine for Cough, fcad It Rive, eatiif action. . Allen's Lnnjr Batinm la the remedy to on re all Lane nd Throat DimouittM, It atiould bethorouahly tmted before using any other Balaam, It will our. whan ail otter. 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. — 21 April 1869

71 LiJ)fitf3 ilfc A$WJ.''' Vii ..riS X - . i?5 - - - 'les' V W 'Ss1yY. .2x'-.vy cr-4.. H 1- I M M if . n i tk lit? fina lira B 3 Vegetable Sicilian Half Reosm ic7 tzooii mo test vf c-ct- Wi,i.- before the public and no prepara-l fioi tJut hair has vet been t, covered tliat will product tho saint weto scientific discovery, comotmng tnamfvf the most powerful and re storatiuft agent in the VEGETABLE iikiiAtii rj . rDAV MAID TO ITS ORICINAL YOUTHFUL COLOIt. It makes tho tcalpwiuu dandiulf ana humors, and falUngr out of the! Imir; and will make it grow upon taFd heads, except in very affcdi person i, as it furnl sites me mart- live principle by which the hair is nourished and supported. It makes Iho hair moist, eoft, and alossy. md . unsurpassed as a It AIM l It U & S IN G. It is the cheapest preparation sver offered to the pub tie, as one botle will accomplish utoro and last longer than iircfl bottles of any other preparation, ft I vuconimenilea ami ttseu on v. ' " I..1 the First Me...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 28 April 1869

gfcteamv' ... . ...uisweawwU,. I.l..,,1.,;;,jg2. " ' , ' .' ' -'r y v-;-'--;- "-'"A V'"' ' - - - Jam ' ' V : -, ' .. .. " ' " Igil , 4 . ..Ul.ut,,,, . , . . t, PsIMm aud f topilotur. J M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 18G9. VUL. 3, The Enquirer. Another Blunder. Grant is not a "writest," fl9 the :follo wing relating1 to his . Message convening the Senate in extra session proves : . "The President's proejnmation conroning the Senate in oxtra ses eioa wa road, when Mr. Fesson dco and Mr. Drake held that the langange of the proclamation, "the 12th of April next," would mean the 12th of April, 1870,-and, at the suggestion of the former, tho mc Baie was informally roturned to the President to have the phraseolozv altered." . . Oh, what a President I Smoking and drinking suits him better than "readin', and ritin.' " He "orter." have the talented editor of the our prettj, little negroized Yin ton Record, who is at present giving the member of the Legislature from this co...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 28 April 1869

Poetry. APRIL. BY EDWARD FAWCETT. Tin tawniest meadow left sodden sud chllf, I lifiUtly fold wltti au emerald taio; I qutukeu tbe lapse of the burntehrd rill, i 1 deopeu Hie mewses In woodland wain; A tian of (frem to Ilia bud 1 lead, ' - A pulaeot life to the branch bestow i . Shadow and mil In ine skies I bleud . Laughter and Iran on tbe i-arth. below. .' With a Hlimumr of numberless roy spires, , The boughs of the maple my tom b Illumes, I aiudl tho crocus to auroati' Ann, i I a-anneut the willow lu velvet plnaiest ' I lap, by a smile, from thflr aoft-leaved nests Facb low orowlUK pansy'a bashful And crown, a. I inert them, with dark-blue create The delicate, lrifsa' queenly yrace, 1 lavish my vlolofi heavouly flnjo. To gladden UieloneliiWHsuf kIuiws suddens, I dower the sliaoml with pnarly fi-liitfe, I flatter tho cow-slip with scarlet bells; The broad-pfllltHl primrose I richly slid, And steal for my breezes Its perfume rare; From roofa whra my late-wedded swallows bnll.l, ' 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. — 28 April 1869

lavolvea iCoiieiiaflrgttonB" ot ! mBt-meoh.iiiol ' " appliances, large capital, Intimate division of d labor and operations of manufacture cm a seals no iniinoiiHO an lo overwhelm all orU imry conoeptioii. ' '' -' ' ' j; " THE OFFICES, AND THEREIN AN INCIDENT. .'. The iounting -rooms occupy tlie, second atopy of the blouk on Washington Btreefc, op positd tho factory, autl aro spacious, well farRWhert, well-lighted rooms, in whiolt a .! . force of book-keepera and clorks era busily at work. Here we fliet moot the (?oiitleman--Iy and imaBmiming proprietor, and aa we ait , t convreing with huu, we ro eye witaoieea to a littlo transaction worth recording, 'Our ' 'tea J erg are probably aware that within a few weeks the Now York journals liavq been , engaged in one of their periodical Be unfit loc al crusades against dmlors of abort-weights : and adulterated goods, Ve are, not aware . that any swill charge wua ntutlo against tbu - Babbitt productions, sirrr (j which, besides ; aoap and a...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 28 April 1869

(.'Jf. ,.'4 '-' c... - HAls Vegeta&Ia Siciliaii Hair Rehevei Tfc.9 siootl the test of seven ycart btfora tlw public f and no prepara lion for tUe hair has yet been dls ta-'iZiiaf remits. , It is an entirely neiv Kc:enTQio aiscovery, comoititng tnanjof Vie most powerful and re-' storallve agents in the VEGETABLE KINCSOM. It restores CRAY HAIR ro ITS ORIGINAL YOUTHFUL COLOR. It makes the scalp whit t nnil clean t cures dandruff and Humors, and falling1 out of tbc hair; and will make it groio vpon bald hea l, except in very aged Bersow, a it furnishes the nutrU vo principle by which the hair it nourished and mipported. It make tfo htlr moist, soft, and alossv. nnl is unsurpassed as a II A III reparation sver offered to the pub- Uc, as one boUe will accomplish mora nf tvnyer mull im tq Miles of anu other preparation, i . recommenaea ana ta tis Plrat Jlodlcal Authority, used bll . ' n-oaUCCa The wonaertul results t Induced many to manufacture pre ii jjt ri . .. . rAia iyfc iM7 nnJjf ...

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 May 1869

-! I ! .1 m j . . ;.in A i.'j I ) v .-. .111... IMJ.' ,( .... .,P'JA" ..r ' " -i.,' w! !' 1 i.t'i ., , , -. VOL. 3. i7,,W. BOWElf, t ( ribUihfr end Proprietor. A M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY; OHIO: WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, I860. itUOPEBTSAB,), I IB AuVSttSC. NO. 1C. a j ;. i .. .. jk. , . . si in 1 The Enquirer. ' ' Thasks to Hon. II. M. Onder don k, member of the State Son a to from this district, for a copy of tho "Jlcpovt of tho Joint Select Com- mitteo relative to explosions of , Steam Boilers," of which Commit ... too ho was a member on the part of the Senate. Truth From a Radical Senator. Sen ATou prngtie, tho' Ilndicnl Senator from the Rndical , Stato of Rhode Island, in response to a er nnde given him by the work in g Jiien of Wasbington city, made these emphatic dcclarationo, and we ask honest men of all parties to rend them carefully and weigh them well: ', "Your House of Representatives, your Executive and your Judiciary uro to-day influenced and in effect controlled by the Senate, a...

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 May 1869

Poetry. THE OLD-FASHIONED BOY. BY GEORGE COOPER. Oh wbt ehall w do with the queeraat of iter 1 I He look with dlKtaln on the weakness of toye; While comradea km pitying be nevtw will budge, But Up ilts lu a comer aa grim as Indue. ; Ha aigha for t eane, and he want blRl" hat; He pinea for a veet, and a watch, and all that! Ho prattled of ahatlng. when aohool daye bau, Thia doar HtUe, odd little, dry iUe man I He proinleee mother a boua and eome lend, ' And twenty Ave servants, or mora, to oomniand; He keeps liiaown trunk on hla own tittle abelf, And he writes funny Ivttvra, and all to himaeir. Hla age-would you think it ? only Juit funrs if ( You'd aay, by bl waya, he w forty, or morel ' I V He bR to ait up wh.n the teat go to bed-- ,. i i. a. j....th ih wia. limn heAur nay. vuu ihiiw uuo wim .- - ' , He baa'a "wee al-tor. who'a Jmt come to town ; He came, and he'looked at her In her white gowni . Thtmbad" tier "good morning" be made it a To enow' Wat nil noae waant put ut of Joint ...

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 May 1869

Spctfftl ottos.' CURE. YOUR COUGn. ALLEN'S LUNC .BALSAM. ' VITA T TUB DOVTOH3 SA f. Aino Woolly, M. tV.of Koscluska Ob.! Indiana, aya: . 'For three veura cast I kav uaed Allen's Lunar italmun Extensively In my practice, and I am uitlatleu there It Better meaioine tor lung meoisoa la use," ( ' luu R. Dnrsn. M. D.. of Lnsan flo.. Ohio, uri Allen's Lung Balaam not only sell rapidly, but gives Eerfeot satisfaction la every osse within niy knowledge, levinst sonrldenos Id It and knowing that it possesiie vaiunoie mntiicni piniiiniM, i rreeiy QM it in my oany practice and with unbounded suoeoss. Ai an sxpeuto rant It ia most certainly far ahead of any preparation I navssveryst known." Dr. Pletober, ofMlaaourl, asys: MI recommend your Balaam in preference to any oilier medicine lor Cough and it glvs utisf antion. Allen' Lung Knlssm Is Uia remedy to onr all Lung and Throat Uirlioulliea It abould be thoroughly teetad before uning any other Balaam. It will euro whan all omen fall. juireotiont...

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 May 1869

5 jftti ,3 M kVti, . ; wW-&ytn&RS i.j u m a: tj-nv u w uvo -k-' Vegetabls Sicilian Hair . Renewei iT..t efcxx fesf cf Gc.vm years fjzforat!ierttolic; and no prepam i i'crt yr ffco J ua vt inert rts t xvrerf fat m ill psotinco the same I ziutflolal results, ii is an entirclu ww ficicniljio disco-very, combining riant of t!io most powerful and re riorciflva agents in the VEGETABLE KINGDOM. It restores CRAY KA1R VO ITS ORIGINAL YOUTHFUL COLOR. Jt malces the ecalp white nnd clean f cures dandruff and 'tumors, ana iiiiimgr out oi uiC tiatr ; and will -media it gvoiu upon laid heads, except in very aged persons, as it furnishes the vutri- Uvo princlpla by which the hair is nourished and supported. J t makes Via hair moist, soft, and alossy, and is unsurpassed ana HAIli VBBSSIKQ. Jtis the cheapest preparation ever offered to the pub- !c, as one bottle will accomplishr; wioro owrt mat longer man tnree. wtllcs of any oilier preparation, Fin Kirat Moillcal Authoritv. ; wonderf ul resv...

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