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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 7 May 1873

VOLUME 7. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1873. NUMBER 17 McAbtbur Enquirer IHE . . " :' McArtmjr Enquirer J. W. ItOWKN, Editor unit I'liblUlur. Tormi of Sul)Oriptiou. One copy, ono yotvr.l W I One eopy, 8 nioi 1 00 One coir, Union.... 15 One copy,4moii . IW If not piiid within tlie year W ClulworTweiity .. , ' r; Tlio Me.Anlwr KsquntKR dmilate HtKh Of i'OSl'AUK witlim the limit ol Vlntiin tTl!eJMoA.rtliur KNQIMBKR nnil 7'Ao Cir tlan WitntHt will ba sent to ono pcrnon one yi-nr for 3 00. A failure to notify n illacoiitlnniinee at the end of tlio time mibVi-ibetl for, will be tnkun us a n is w engagement for Bubscrliitiou. Advertising Rates. 'Die spaiie ociMiplod by 10 line of thjH (Non pnreil) tvpo shall constitute h mimre. Kuleii'nd r'lgitio Work BO cents Additional. S inoH, 6 mofl. 12 inoH. One wimre, t 4 00 6 00 fttOU Two squin t's, 3 0(1 7 00 10 00 Three sipiui cs, '7 00 10 00 15 00 FoiifH(iiuirc, IMK) m 00 18 00 Hixmmiires, 10 Oi IB 00 80 00 V column, , 0 00 13 ...

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. — 7 May 1873

HCABTHUII J5NQUIRER J, W. B0W1CN, Kililor ami Publisher MuAUTHUU, Olim - MAY 187!). o iwiiii imiiMiMu at j The citzens of Jackson county are not willing., to surrciulcr their "Lidiluing , Calculator" Harvey Wkup. They are con testing bis election to the ollice of Delegato to the Constitution al Convention from Vinton county. Hakvkv voted in Jack- snh county in the months ol January and February, and a few days after, ho commenced running for odico in Vinton Co., and received more votes than his opponent j to which the cit izens of Jackson enter t heir sol emn protest. Why the Credit Mobiliers of Vinton county did not enter their protest, wo are unable to state, unless it was because they wanted to secure some of the "Lightnen Calkela tor's wealth." Did Harvey dis tribute any "wealth" among the Credit Mobiliers of Vinton Co. to aid in bis election say about $1,250? How much "wealth" did: Harvey remove from the Jackson Nat. Bank, a few days previous to the election, on the 8th of Apri...

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. — 7 May 1873

MCAIITIIUR ENQUIliEU J. W. BOWEN, Kdlto. and Proprietor. MoAUTHUlt, OHIO, MAY 7. 181.1. J. BOWEES, RESIDENT DENTIST MoARTHUTl, OHIO. NO BUSINKiW 1)0X10 OS SATURDAYS, Some persons' are ' (ilwuys busy, yet ncc'oinplish nothing. Some of our citizens should look to their brolicn down fences. ' SiiNu'in your orders for job printing. . v;,' The Y. M. C. A. has moved their room in the Dana building, Mniu street. Under the game laws of Ohio,tho duck season is closed, until Septem ber 1st. The bridge across Elk Fork creek, one mile east of town, has been completed. The Democracy of Mercer county, 0., hold their County Convention, June 7th. M - S The fanners tell us that the wheat prospects are good notwith standing the continued cold, damp weather. . In Logan, Saturday, April; 26th, was the celebration of the 57th an niversary of the Odd Fellowship, in America. Mr. St. Burkley, of Chillicothc, was in our village last week, looking as pleasing and as happy as 4i snow man, after a thaw. Moyor ...

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. — 7 May 1873

MCARTHUR ENQUIRER New and Other Items. The Nevada Legislature has passed the compulsory education act. In Milwaukee all the lawyers are judges, but none of the judges are lawyers. It will take 1,500,000 to pay the back pay the Congressmen voted themselves. Tne Wisconsin Legislature has refused to pass any compul sory education law. Thb Legislature of Rhode Is land has legalized marriage be tween blacks and whites, It will cost $10,000 to inves tigate Senator Pomeroy's $7, 000 bribe to York: A LfEORGiA negro, wno can neither read nor write, has ad 4 1 vanced $5,000 toward establish iag a newspaper. The farmers of the Northwest are organizing themselves into secret societies to oppose rail road monopolies. Ten thousand Manchester woman have petitioned the Brit ish House of Commons for the right of suffrage. The Lower House of the Ne braska Legislature has declined to concur with the Senate, in a bill legalizing miscegenation. The Prussian minister of the Interior has given orders that...

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. — 14 May 1873

Enquirer: M'AllTilUll, VINTON COUNTY OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1873. NUMBER ia J. W. HOWKN, Editor and Publisher. Tor an of Subscription. One copy, oneyear.fl BO I Ono copy,8mos fl 00 Onocopy, oiuos.... 7BOnocoiiy,4mi.- 00 If not paid within tho year Clubs of Twenty ......... f;" ThoMeArtliur KsoliiKKR circulate It Kb OK POSTAUK within tlio limits of Vluton County. , . , The MoArtlnir KNQUlBKil oml Tht Clirlt mi.1f(ftM will bo lent to oue person one . yeasMtor 00V " " ' "; A- Htiliiro to notify a discontinuance1 at the end-I Alio .time subscribed for, wilt be taken as ainow engagoiiiout for subscription. ' Advertising Rates. Tueepaoeocoupied by 10 lines of thlsNon. puruil) typo stall constitute a squire. ' .' ltulo and Figure Wo(k-Wcuts ttililitiouoL m-! -1 4!i ..is mrisf''! flmos. '"'.U Inon,' One'squrtrc; " " ' 1 f 4 00 $ 8 00 " 1 00 Two squares, '" o wo Throe statures,"" ' 1 00; KoHT'KMiiiiren ' 0 00' Six squares.. 10 0(1 i eoluintij ! '", 9 00 Yt column, 1 IB 00 Ono column. , 25 ...

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. — 14 May 1873

iii : u zji THE McAETHUP ENQtriRK, WEDNESDAY MAY 14, 1873. LcR Enquirer jr. W. BOWEN. Editor and Publisher HcARTIIUR, OHIO - MAY 14, 1878. DEATH OF CHIEF JUSTICE CHASE. HON QALMON J'. UHASE Was TT fi . -w-v again attacked by paralysis, on Thursday, the 16th inst, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs, Wm. IIovT, mNew York city, where he had gone on a visit, and his death occured at 10.30 on Weilneday, the 17th inst. He was born in Cornish, N. II. January 13th, 1808, and was, therefore, at the' time of his death, 65 years, 3 months, and 24 days Vhen 12 years old, he came to Ohio, where his education was superintend- ed by his Uncle, Philander' Chase, then . Episcopal Bishop of Ohio. He graduated from Dartmouth College New Hamp- shire, and studied law under Wm. Wirt; at Washington city. From.l830 to 1841, he practic- ed law ; iu Cincinnati, Ohio. On the 22d of February, 1849, he was chosen United States Senator by the Legislature of Ohio. He ' was elected from this Stpte in 1855, and ...

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. — 14 May 1873

iTjii,,; if in THE McAETHTJE mUSTQUIHEH, WEDNESDAY, 14 1878. IcArtiiur Enquirer J. W. BOWKN, Kdlto and rroprlctor, MoARTHUU, OHIO, - . MAY 14. 18T7S, J. BOWEES, RESIDENT DENTIST MoARTHUH, OHIO. NO BUSINESS DONE OX SATURDAYS. 1 The pasturngo is looking beautl fully. Eggs are bringing from eight to ten cents per dozen. Tan-Bark is selling for eight dol lars per cord. , Don't kill the birds. They help to keep insects oft' the fruit trees. ,. Stokes has been refused a new trial by the Supreme Court We were visited last Friday even ing by a severe thunder storm. Last Saturday was a delightful day and our merchants were happy. Milton L. Clark, attorney of Chilllcothe, was in our town last week attending court. J. J. Shockey has opened a gro cery store on Logan street, opposite the Court Houso. Butter is beginning to be plenty it is selling from twenty to twenty-five cents per pound. W. II. Lankkstek has been ap pointed Master of Transportation on the M. & C. railroad. A house fair wil...

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. — 14 May 1873

THE McAETHUR -ESTQU 187 McArtiiur. Enquirer Fmily Government. AS MANAGED BY SOME HUSBANDS. iin i - i j vvflat ougut, wiiat can a mother do when a good, pleas ant husband constantly thwarts all her ellorts to teach or gov' em the children, and yet can not he made to see or feel what he is doing. Let. us illustrate and sketch from memory, not tion : . imagma' "Mamma, please give me a piece of pier "iyo: aarnng one piece is enough.1' "Half a piece,- please, mam- ma?";;; , "No, -Freddie, no more." "A very little piece, mamma, dear?"- , "No'Freddie no." "Do give the child a little piece; I'll risk its hurting him." And the mother giveslt. "Mamma, may I go out and play?";.- V - "It's very chilly and you have a cold ; I don't think it is best." "Bundle me up warm, mam- ma, ana i won t taKe com. "I fear you will. You . must play in-doors to-day." "Just a little while, please, mamma?" -t.,., . , "No, Freddie, you must not go out to-day." 7P6.;let the child go out. 1 TT Mil 1 T What a girl yo...

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. — 21 May 1873

I . :. j ;-.TTV.. ,rTT i.rfTT . ' -1 ' j. f ,j JjJ.Lu.t rTYnr4.n ri y-"T-r-jr7-7-r-r7TT: '.-r"-:i : : ; " ' ? Frrr : " . 1 ;"" 1 " "'. " ' " 11 ' ' 1 ,: ' ' ' ija." VOLUME 7. - - - M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY OHiaEDNESD AY, MAY 21 ,1873. NUMBER 19. McAipiuR Enquirer J. w. lyWUN, Editor ami I'ulillshei-. forms of Subscription. Olio coV. "in" vi'lir.fl r0 I Olio copy, 81110s 1 DO Oinn-.)'v, ttmiM . . 75 One t!M)',4niM BO irno pil witlilu tlm yeur ... 00 UiiiaofTwimty ... - jJ'fw Tin Mc.ArHiiiu KsquiHHIl -imilttti- Ithh Of l'OSTACiK wltlim limits. of Viiiluu (Tlm'VMi!Artbiir Knuu'ihkh unili Tin GV.rs- titm WUlltHH will lio sout to unci poison ono uar fur fa iw. a fiiiinruto uotifv a iiiMcoiitimmnvo at tlio 'etui of the tlinu HiiliDci ilioil fur, will bo liikcu us a now oiiKUUOiuoiit fur subscription. Advertising Rates. 'Mm splice occuplml by 10 Hues of this (N'oiw inn-oil) typo sliull constitute a sipim-i'. Rule mill Figure Work 50 cents additional. , . .. 3 mm, . 6 moit. 13 mo. Onenmi-e,....

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. — 21 May 1873

THE McAETHTJE EISTQUIHER, WEDNESDAY MAY 21, 1873. HcAftTiiuR Enquirer T. W. BOWEN. Editor and Pabllsher MCARTIIUR, OHIO MAY M, 1673. Ohio Valley Editorial Union. ! The sixth annual meeting of the Ohio Valley Editorial Uni on will be held in Circleville, on Thursday and Friday, June 12th and 13th, 1873. A full attendance of the members of the members of the press is desired, in order that the meeting may le more pleas and WALTER C. HOOD, Pres't. W. S. McCOLLISTER, Sec'y. The Constitutional Convention. The Constitutianal Conven tion met in the Hall of the ..House of Representatives, at Columbus, on Tuesday, May 13th, at 10 o'clock, A. M., and was called to order by Hon. W. H. West, of , Logan. Hon. T. W.Powell, of Delaware, the oldest member, was chosen Temporary President. Other temporary officers were then appointed. The oath was then edmlnistered by Chief-Justice White. Messw. Rcfus Kino, ofHamilton,L,D. Campbell, ef Butler, M. R. Waite, of Lucas, and Peter Hitchcock were plac ed i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 21 May 1873

TEE McAETHUE ENQUIEER, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1873. McArthur Enquirer J. W. 1IOWKN, Kdlto and Proprietor. McARTIItJK, OHIO, - . MAY H. ISIS. J. BOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST MeAnrmiR, omo. NO lll'SllNKS DON E ON SATURDAYS. Splinters. The length of days are 13 hours and 50 minutes. Tub roads are 'beginning to be somewhat better. Main street is in a dirty, filthy condition, at present. Ouk vardcu hills and beautiful dales are very beautiful. Ed. Mayo, returned home from ho South last Tuesday. Quite a number of people are laily in attendance at Court Straw hats and parasols are be omiiig to be quite numerous. To-morrow an editors' conven tion, will be held in Columbus, 0. The Cincinnati newspapers are squabbling about the price of beer. Efforts to raise the fallen bridge, at Dixon, 111., so far proved abor tive. G. V. Sisson, Druggist, caii sup ply families with the finest Wine Plant. Mr. J. A. Fulton, litis moved into his beautiful residence, ou Main street. Several citizens of Cliillicothe we...

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. — 21 May 1873

r.r Mc ABTHXOSJ .43 SDJSTjESI'AlMlASr-Q 1 , 11873. McArthur Enquirer Children's Column. ! i Obeying Mother Pleasantly. jk Little Harry had seen some older boys fly theit kites from the tops of I' the houses and he thought it would be nice fun if he could do so too so he came to his aunt and said; 1 " Aunt Mary, may I go up to the top of tho house and fly my kite ?' His Aunt wished to do eveithing that was proper to pleaso him; but she thought this was very unsafe so she said : " No, Harry, my boy, I think: that is a very dangerous sort of play I'd rather yon wouldn't go." " All right. ' ; Then I'll go out on the bridge," said Harrj'. His aunt smiled and said she hoped he would always bo as obedient as that. " Harry, what arc you doing ?" said his mother on one occasion. " Spinning my new top, mother." " Can't you tako the baby out to ride? Get out the carriage, and I'll bring hire down." "All right," shouted the boy as he put his top away in his pocket and hastened to obey his mothe...

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. — 28 May 1873

T I n n , ,Q CJ.....Rj..i..rli it it YOLUME 7.1 M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY OHIO WEDNESDAY, MAY ; 28, 1873. NUMBER' M Mc Arthur Enquirer .1. AV. llOWEN, KiUtor and Publisher. Tonus of Subscription. Olio copy, ono ycnr.fl 80 I One copy, 8mos fl 00 Ouo copy, 6 HUM.... Hi I Ono co jpy, 4 nun . 50 1 1' not pniil within the your 9 00 CJInlmol Twenty 10 00 The McAi'lliur HscjimiKB elrciiluto MIKK Ok' l'OSTACiH within tlio limits of Vintoii t.'niintv. Tlio Mc.Vrthnr KNgl'lliKH ami l'h Chrlt tin ii Wlliifnn will bo iont to ono person ono year for fi IX). A failure to notify ii discontinuance at tlia end of tlio Unio subscribed fur, will lie taken us k now oiiKiigoniout for mihaoriptiou. Advertising Rates. Tho spaco oecuoU'd by 10 Hues of tills (Non pareil) typo shall constitute u siiiurc. Kulo a"i i I Figure Work B0 cents ndil I tlimiil, 3 inos. 8 iniis. 13 num. Ono hiiiihi'O, (4 01) 0 00 f 9 (HI Two HipiiircH, 6 00 T 00 10 00 Three squares, 7 00 10 00 15 00 Four n.iuiiVH, 00 14 00 1H 01) Nixst...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 28 May 1873

McArthur' Enquirer J. WBOWEN. Editor and Publisher MoARTIIUIl, OHIO - MAY 88, 1878. Ohio Valley Editorial Union. The sixth annual meeting of the Ohio Valley Editorial Uni on will be. held in Circleville on Thursday and Friday, June 12th and 13th, 1873. A full attendance of the members of the members of the press is desired, in order that the meeting may be more picas and profitable. " , WALTER C. HOOD, Pros't. V. S. .McCoixister, Sec'y. GALLIPOLIS, McARTHUR & COLUMBUS RAILROAD. Last week we published a letter from President Langley l'plftting to the construction of the Galllpolis, McArthur & Columbus Railroad, in which ho spoke of the decision of the Supremo Court of Ohio, on the unconstitutionality of the Bocs Til - Railroad Lawr This decision has somewhat surprised the people most interested in not only this but many other railroad enterprises. There J8 now no way for the people to do but take the matter in their own hands and push it through. It will not do to manifest a ...

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. — 28 May 1873

JilCAltTIIUfi JiNQUlKElt J. W. BOWKN, Kdlto and Proprietor, MO.VKTIf UK, OHIO, . . MAY S8. 187. JT J. BOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST MoAKTUUll, OHIO. NO 11C8IXKSS HONE OX SATURDAYS. Splinters. Aiti.K8 promise altundnntly. . Stkaw huts ore now the rage. The Strawberry scmhoii is nenrnt linml. The weather mid tlie roads are improving. Tub Fourth of July falla on Fri dnj this year. A Codfish will keep a man drier than an umbrella. Have just as good a garden as you know how to make. Gen Caniiy was hurried nt India- impbUH, Ind., on Friday last. Koot78 under uwniuga arc in ood demand these warm days. u Meet me by moonlight alone, " Is now tlio song of those who turtle dove, Somk of the vineyards it) this oouiity were severely injured ly the cold weather lust winter Last Sabbath wns a warm and sultry day, but it did not deter the young people from' enjoying them selves. An Iowa merchant won't adver tise in the papers, hut paints 'on the fences, " Go two Allen's for yqr dri goods. '' Tub County ...

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. — 28 May 1873

MCARTHUR ENQUIRER The Fattening of Cattle. The great trouble, writes correspondent, is that we do not tret enough for our meat The consumers in our cities have to pay money enough for it, but the money does not seem to find its way into the farmer's pockets. If I want a beef steak, the butcher will charge me eighteen cents a pound for it, and it is not unfrequently very; poor stuff at that. If I want to sell a carcass of beef, I should probably get no more than seven cents a pound. I dd not say that the butch ers. make exorbitant profits. One would think there is com petition enough to prevent this I suppose one trouble that our beef is " not as good as it ought t5 be.4 There i3 too much bone, tallow and inferior parts of the carcass in proportion to ,the choice cuts. We want better bred animals. . One 'of my neighbors t has some thirty two-year-old steers. "I am overstocked," said he, "and all them rascally butchers will offer me is $35 per head." I presume they offered him about' ...

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. — 4 June 1873

:. w :"TrMomrTrni 1R Inquirer. H yn,r ah: ; i .a; : I ' ' ' ' ' ' cv:- I ,M ' .Oil ;;V;:yuLUME-7:;.:.;. ; M' ARTHUR, -VHSflSS'-; &0UKTYOHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 1873. NUMBER 21. r-JLVJL ..l.w. no; - : ii v m McARTHUR ENQUIRER J. W. BOWEN, Editor and Proprietor. J. W. BOWEN, Editor and Proprietor. Terms of Subscription. i; ,11 ,i 'i J, Ouo copy, ou v ar.l 50 I One copy, 8 mat t 1 00 Onoropv,H mem . . TO On oopy,4.mo. 50 if not paid within the year. , , W Clnhiol'l'wonty . .. ... .. , , fZ , -Tlio Mi Arlhur KkqHIRKU clriulates riihh Ob'. 1'O.SXAUK withm thu UuilU of Miilon Tl'e'itloArtlitir KNQinKKR Ami Th IViWs ilan Wilunn will be sunt to ono pcraon ouu year for 8 00. '.'... , ', A fullmotn iiotffvli dlHPniiHilimnco at the end of tho timn siib'sct'lbrd lor, will betaken as a new engagement for auhsnrlptlon. , i Advertising Rates. narull) tvpe shall rnnstlttito square. Itulo niiil Figure Work-W) runt additional. "H ftliM.-l ' Ono square, "'J- :i 4 oo 12 infill ' b 00 " ' 1 00 ' f 1...

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

McARTHUR ENQUIRER Ohio Valley Editorial Union. The sixth annual meeting of - the Ohio Valley Editorial Uni on will be held in Gircleville, on lhursday and Friday, June iztn ana lain, ibii. ' A full attendance of the members of t he members of the press is desired, in ordor that the meeting may le more pleas' and profitable. WALTER C. HOOD, Pres't. W. S. McCOLLISTER, Sec'y. Not a Democratic Outrage. , The attempt of' some of the more ignorant Administration organs to make capital out of the lateLouisU ana riot renders-it. necessary to , keep the facto before the people. : The attack on the negroes at Col fax, was led by a Christopher C, Nash, an Administration man, who was duly elected Sheriff' of the Par ish last November. He was com missioned and recognized by Kel logg. His right to hold the office was disputed by a gang of negroes under the leadership of some par ticularly obnoxious carpet-baggers. Thy scizod the office of the Shei in" : and the record therein, In attempt ing to r...

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. — 4 June 1873

McAktiiur Enquirer MOARTHuj, OHIO) TuNK 4. 1878. J J, BOWERS,:; ; . .0 " RESIDENT DENTIST I JIoAHTIiUn, omo. NO liltNliSS nONE OS SATURDAYS. Splinters. G.)od vegetables. ; ' Ghowinu weather. itfow eat ieo cream. Athens College has 190 students. Chillicothe has got an ink man ufactory. ' 1 Tub thermometer will he well ed ited from this on. The fourth of July comes on " hangman's day." . Choqeet parties are becoming to be quite numerous. If our village was vlclj "we could afford a sprinkling wagon. Pleasant A day in the" woods. Lot us pic-uic together. Jacob Clements and wlfa have gone to Iowa on a visit. The pasture in all parts of Vin ton county ivery flue. ,? , Nuisances. Store-boxes and bar-j-ds obstructing the side-walks. The crossing thai crosses Logan street on Maiu, has been repaired. Heniiy Rohmns, of Pickaway, county, is seriously ill with erysip eluH- The last few days have been the' finest growing weather of our recol lection. Why not organize an association, prohibiting p...

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. — 4 June 1873

McARTHUR ENQUIRER ' ! amAL A Cut-Worms and Corn. Editors Country Gentleman : The time for corn-planting wil! " Boon bo hero, and I rant to tel you now how the cut-worms may bo prevented from doing any damage, The method is cheap, of easyappli nation and perfectly sure. If any body else should write to you in ; the same strain of assertion, should think he was " blowing V ) and would give but little heed to r,i him, but I beg of your readers to . ' give this plan a trial in the spring : ..over parts of their fields, so that it maybe tested, and then send the result for publication, My brother, Chalky Harvey, of Chadd's Ford, Pa., discovered this method and , : has published it year after year many times. , I once asked him if he had heard of anybody else try ing it, and he said he had heard of of a very few, and he believed that more had failed with it than euc ; t ceeded, and that it had killed the corn oftener' than it had repelled ; - the worms, but that he should con ; tlnue to k...

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