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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 20 July 1870

VOL. 4. f J. W. BOWEN, I lPnb!;juer aud Pionrleior.f M'ARTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1870. J $1.50 PER YEAR, I I In Aduiioe NO. 27. l)c (Enquirer. ronr.isiiED kvkuy wkdnksday iiv editor avd puoi'nrvroc. OFFICE 2S Story Docloo' Building, Corner Main and Locus, Stst Terms of Subscription. Ono copv, o.io vca V Ml 0..e copy, 8 iuos..?! 00 One ei)y, 6 lniiiiiln.... ;4 1 Ono copy, i inoi.. E0 If not paid wlJiln tho vcar 8 00 Clubs ofTweiily K0O0 Tlin Dnnocrnth Kiiqvii tr ci calMcs Fl! HE Off rOSTACK within tlio limits ofVlnlitii Couniy. A fiii'ui'O to noili'y ii illscoiilliiiipiipo nl tlio end of the IIhio fiiili'.!iil)cil for, will bo li'Lcii as anew oiijnscuiout ur suuiciiailon. Advertising Rates. fTrThemocoiileil li.vSlhu-sof this tviieHlinll constUue (.qiiavo. Ono Miniiro, one wnok l Oil One8qiiro,8 weeks W 00 Kw'-li BiWItloiial Insertion inmrlion BO All BilverHln( for ft slimier period than thruo mouths, clmwd l ttio nbovo rules. Jii'zal Ailvei-llsciootils ?l 111)...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 20 July 1870

$Ijc uqmm OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. LARGEST CIKOULATION, J. vr. BO WEN, Eaitor. McArtlmr, O., July 20, 1 S70. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. mrniTAmr or btatk: WILUAJi 1IKISLEY, of Cuyulioga. MCHAIil) A. IIAiailSON.of Miulison, roMi-moMMi of tub tiikahuky; I JOHN II. HEATON.of Uflimmt tmuniR noxnn or runtio wor.n: VILI.IAM BI'KNCKU,ofU.tklMg. The Policy Now. : Tho Bondholders mid aristo crats have plenty of money. The Congress ot tic United States takes care of tho rich, and leaves the 'poor to take cure of themselves That is the policy of the party in power. The Kadical leaders in this Congressional district fctill want the votes of the poor men to lecast again to keep them in office. Let us have a change ! Let us elect a new man to Con gress. How sadly the people need a change. The IJopu'illciiii pnrly huvojjlvcii limu-U 'fids to the poor. Li'Viin Usjiullktin. What does the Kcpublican expect to gain by lying in that style ? It is well known that the Kepublican party, during tho campaign...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 20 July 1870

I)c -(Enquirer. J. W, BOWEN, Editor QLAYPOOL, MACKEY & CO., WHOLESALE GEOQERS, bmo Paint and W&teT Btroots, 1 CIIILLICOTilB, OHIO. LOCAL AFFAIRS. DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. Tun Democracy of tho several Cotiiillcsof Uio i ltk Congressional District iiro lierel y notillcd to "inert In Convention, at Portsmouth, Oh o, on Wetlreftdivy, August 24, '70, I'm: tin; purposed! placing Innoiiiliintlon notui iliduto f.r Congress nt tin) ensuing Ot'tobo election. Tliomtloof reprtNTiiie'tlim will beonodelo palo for 0 very !!(J0 votes east for Hon. Ocorge II. Fenillolon for (lovornoi-, lust fall, mid 1 delegate for every fraction of 100 votcs--givliig to each County Uio follo'.ving iiumlicr of li'di-guto1: : VOTRI. DUMidATHS. Adams S-S3 11 tlullia ! vm 8 Jackson lWrt II Lawrence 1li'l7 H Hrioto l$U(l 11 Ylalon , Uil 8 .' To 'al mniilic'r of Delegates.. ... ft! Tho Central I'oiuniitteos;, of cnclicotinty, are requested to tnko tlio necessary steps to secure the appoint ment, of De...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 20 July 1870

Ijt (Enquirer, OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. LAEGEST CIROtJLATION, J. W. BOWEN, Editor. Is a Man's Money Worth More than His Life? According to Radical theo rizing, it is. They insist; that the Bondholders should pay no tax because in the exigency of the nation they came forward and gave the Government the use of their money; but we are not aware that they have made any such grateful provision for the soldier who came forward and offered the Government his life. We know a soldier who lost a leg at Murfresboro after three years of incessant toil and danger in the service of his country, who pays taxes on his horse and cart with which lie keeps his family out of the iaws of starvation while living within a stone's throw of his humble tlonticil, resides a man who bought Government Bonds nt fortv cents on the dollar, and holds fifty thousand dollars worth ot them, on winch he pavs no taxes. The dead sold ier's widow pays taxes on her only cow, but the aristocratic Bond-holders pays not one ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 27 July 1870

On- 1 v. v '.". .sw VOL. 4. S 3, W. BOWEN, X PuMliher and Proprietor, ) M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, JULY 2T, 1870. I $1 .50 PER TEAR, I I In Advanoo . NO, 28. KInO -tv XT v ', : HOOFLAHD'S COLUMN. YOU ALL 1UYI 08ARD OF lloofland's German Bitters, AND HOOFLAHD'S GERMAN TONIC Pronnrcrt l)y Dr. 0. M. Jiiokhou, riilladdilili lliolrlntrodiiclioii lulo llild couuti-y from (ieriuuu. Kcura-d iu They Cured Your Fathers and Mothers I ml will euro you ami your children. 'I'lioy moot iietyclllVoroiil from tlio iiihiiv ih-uii'hIIipii' how Iiu country called llillnraiir 'I'miini. They are iiu nvoriiireminiloiiM,oi-nnyllilii like Ilium; ajtuooc luuot-l, t'uliublu uiutllclikU!!. Tlicy are The eiettteat known rtmclletui liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, Jaundice, Diseases of the Kidneys ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN lid all DlHutHUM urlNlii from a Dlnoulurod Mvei Ituumeli, or IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD 7oiul1mllon, l'lnl iilnrf. Inward I'lioy FiiIimwk o Mood In llm lletul, Aciillly nf I...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 27 July 1870

I)c (inquirer. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY LARGEST. OIK CULATI ON. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur, O., July 27, 1870, DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. SVCRITAIlV nr STATU: 1 WILLIAM UlilSLIir, of CnyIj"gu. 'uriimK junos: HICHAM) A. HAKItlSON, of Madison. roproixm or tiik tbsascht: f JOHN II. HISATON, of llolniont. WKMnrn hoauh or roBuo wohKt: WILLIAM SI'ENCKB.of Lh'kli.g. M mi DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. ThcDeinoctfUii' Central Committee ol Vinton comity do hereby c-:ill n lUXl UATK COUNTY CONVKNTION lolK) held lit the Court lluuau, in Mi' A rlli ur, on Monday, August S3, 1S70, at 1 o'clock 1". M.of tliut day, fur llio purpose of selecting candidates for tho following rutin ly oftlces, to bo voted lor on the 2d Tuciduy of October next, to-wit ; SlicrilT, I Purveyor, Treasurer, I ( uronui'. OmniisMonor, SELECTION OF DELEGATES. Tlio Democracy of the several Townships will, tliercforo, meet at tlio mual places of holding cli'rtions tlicrcin, on SATURDAY, AUGUST, 20, between the hours of 2 and 5 ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 27 July 1870

Ijc (Enquirer. J, W, BOWEN, Editor. QLAYPOOL, MACKET & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Corner Paint and Water Streets, ClItLMCOTIIE, OHIO. LOCAL AFFAIRS. LOCAL AFFAIRS. VINTON COUNTY TEACHER'S INSTITUTE. Notice is lioroby given that tho tToacbor'a Institute niid Normal 'Clnss of Teachers, will lo held in McAi'lluir, eoininoncing MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 1870, and coniiiuicono week, or longer, at tho discretion of llus rnetnbers of tho Institute Tlio services of Trof. Robert Kidd, tho rcnouncd lilocutiotiist, liavo been secured lor one Week. Other Profvssorfl, and eminent Teachers will bo in nltondanco for tho pur pose of giving instructions. Tho cJcpciiBos of tho Instituto bo ing provided for by law, tcneJicrs will bo required to bo to tlio only tidditional expense of boardihfr. All teachers and friends of Edu tatlonnro cordially invited to attend, nnd assured that ho pains will be spared to muko tlio work pleasant, ogrccablo and lhstriiclivo to nil. liy order of tho Commiltco. M. R. BARNES, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 27 July 1870

l)'c (Enquirer. OFFICIAL PAPER CF CG!iNTY. LABGEST CIRCULATION. J. W. BOW EN, Editor. A Conductor's Story—A Coffin without a Corpse. A Western rail way conduc tor tells this horrible story : I was running on a train be tween Detroit and Chicago, in igS A gentleman from Chicago wns taking East tho dead body of his brother for burial, among the family friends in New England. During the night the wooded coffin, by reason of the friction of the nails against those of the large rough box which enclosed it, or In some more niyslcii u-i way, caught fire, and before discovered the corpse was burned to a crisp, the outer cov ering of the coffin being but little injured. When the hor rible fact was made known by me to the brother, after taking him aside, I thought he would then die. His grief unmanned me and broke me more com pletely down than all the kill ing and mangling I had ever seen. "Ilia sister must not know this," said he, after a long paroxysm of grief, "it will till her." All the e...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 3 August 1870

VOL. 4. f JT. W. BOWEN, IPublluhar aud Propria tor. J M'ARTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 18T0. $1 .50 PER YEAR, I t ' In Advnaos, J NO. 29. I)c (Enquirer. I'lini.isiinn nvniiy vhdnksdav iiv 3". W. Bowen, KDlTOIl AND l'KOl'KlKTOU. OrriCE 2d Story Dodge's Building, Corner Ma in nnd Locus, Stst Terms of Subscription. Ono ropy, ono year,... 81 nil I One copy, 8 mos..?l W1 Ono cniy, 0 months.... 15 One copy, 4 nun.. 00 If not paid within the year 2 W CIiiIm tifTwentv.' $M " Tim Dnnncfiitlo Enquirer erciilntcs Flllili OF l'OS'l'.VOK within tlio limits of Vlnt'in County. A failure to notify n discontinuance nt the end of tlio time subscribed for, will bo taken ns a now ciitfiiijuuiont or suusciipiion. Advertising Rates. ' lB-TioiMOoconploil by 6 llnusof thls(Nuiiparolli tvne shall cnimtlliio a square. One nqimro.iino week "I Ml) I One square, 8 weeks Si 0(1 Kai'li ualill tlonnl Insertion liiiiertlon 60 All advertising for a shorter period than three uvintlM, oharnd at tli...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 3 August 1870

qIIjc (Enquirer, OFFICIAL PAPER CF COUNTY. LARGEST 0IECULATION. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. MoArlluir. . Augrusl 3, 1870. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. mrm TAr.v or btatk: fWIIXlAil llIUsI.UV, .f la.ynln'i?'- Bl'l,l.r.M'i'MIIl0it: ir.K'HAlIl) A. HAl;i:lsiK,r M;iili:.:ii. umi'i tui-i.i"t -nit-. -iini.vM i joiin 11. iii:A':v:;,'i it. MUMHMl 111111 II K I'l UI.K' MUK-! V II.I.1AM SPKNCKU, of I-ul.ii '4- I I 1.1 1 ' 'A DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. Tho Peniocmlle Central Committee r.l Vinton oounty do Uorehy t all u I iKhlXJ TV. t ' it NTV C0SVKXT1OS tol lielil at the Court House, in Me Arthur, on Monday, August 22, 1 S?0, lit 1 o'clock 1'. M. of that day, for the purpose of selecting cmuliiliiles for the l'ollowini,' coun ty offices, lo he voled lor en IheSil I'licsday of Octoher next.lo w .t : BherllT. Surveyor, Treasurer, Loroner. Cominls.-iloiier, SELECTION 0? DELEGATES. The Democracy of Hie several Township will, therefore, meet at the usual places of hohliiif? clei lions therein, on SATURDAY,...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 3 August 1870

I)c nquim J, W. BOWEN, Editor. (JLAYPOOL, MACKXY & CO., WHOLESALE GROG-EES, Corner Pivlat onj Water StroctB, C1IILLICOTIIE, OHIO. LOCAL AFFAIRS. VINTON COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. Notico in hereby given that the Teacher's Inslitnlo find Normal Cliisa offoiiclicro, will lo lic-hl in Me Arthur, commencing MONDAY, AUGUST IS, 1S7D, nnd loiiliiiucoiie wrvk, or loiiuvr, !it llio discretion of llio members of t!iu Institute. The services of Trof. Hubert Kiild, llio renouned KlociUioiimt, hiivo boon secured lor one. week. (.Hlicr .Professors, nnd eminent Touchers will bo in iitlcndiuieo for tho nur jioso of giving inslriicliona. Tho expenses of llio Insiituto be ing provided for by law, touchers ivill bo required lo bo lo the only additional expense of boarding. All teachers and friends of Edti cation are cordially invited lo attend, mid assured that no pains will be spared lo niako tho work pleasant, agreeable and instructive to all. J5y order of tho Comniitf.ee. M. R. BARNES, Pres't. ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 3 August 1870

OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. LARGEST CIRCULATION. J, W. BOWEN, Editor, McArtlmr. August 3, 1870. [From the Chillicothe Advertiser, July 21.] Horrible Accident. One of the most horrible mutilations of the human body that we have ever seen, was that of John Law son, who was butchered at the Railroad l)e pot, ( u Tuesday last. Hearing that, a man had been killed by accident, in the yard of the Kail road Company, we repaired to the scene and found Coro ner Tucker in charge of the mangled remains of a human body, and one of the Jurymen standing with the head m his hand ten feet d Man t from what resembled the body. The head was recognized by ns as that of John Lawson, if tJallipolis, whom we had no ticed in our city but a few clays since, in the vigor of health, ami manhood. The hair was dry and crispy, the mouth was open and the tongue, protru ding, was about half dissever ed, and presented a most ghast ly spectacle. The scattered remnants of the deceased were gathered by the Coroner and r...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 10 August 1870

MS VOL. 4. J J. W. BOWEN, I I Fublliher and Fropriotor, J M'ARTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1870. .60PERYEAR,l I In Advance , NO. 30. 10 HOOFLAND'S COLUMN. YOU ALL UAva iieahu or I Hoofland's German Bitters, .AND Prepared by Dr. (!. M. Jackson, l'lillnilclplilt I'liulr iniriiiliiulioii into this country from (juruiuu Kciirwd iu 1 H'iX. They Cured Vour Fathers and Mothers mil will cure Villi mill mill' children. Tlii'V nn, m liuly iliH'oront from llio many liiviuiii. 'oiih nmv I li I'miiil i'w riilli.fl llll .... V....I.... 'IM... . J ...... Illi: mill nvein preparations, ir ituyliilni; liku Ilium juat fjuuc loiuisroliublo Jiiuiliciin's. Thoy tun Aid uo Tlit grttifwt known leiMtllenfut -Ivor Complaint, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, Jaundice, Diseases of tho Kidneys ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN .nil nil Dlxonae arlalng from u Disordered 1,1 vm IlllillUCll, in' IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD 'iinallpiillnu, l-'lnl iiKmk'h, Imvnr.l Piles, Fulness o IIIiiiiiI In I liu I lend, Aridity ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 10 August 1870

l)c (Enquirer. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. LARGEST CIRCULATION. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. Me Arthur, August 10, 1870. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. BFCTtl TAItY OF STAT! (VtLLIAM IIICISLBr, of Cuyahoga. Jki'mewk juio: llilOIIAED A. I1AUIUS0N, of Madison. COmTBOU.ltR OF Till IBMIlBKt: JOHN 11. llEA'l'ON, of Uelmimt.; tmuiiri bhaiid r pvni.to wouks: VV 1LI.1AM fcP KSCliK, uf Linking. The Issues Before the People. A White Citizenship, Free Trade llfinudiation of the Bonded Eebt Abolishment of the Income Tax, Res toration under the Old Constitution mid no ConmroniiBes with the De structi ve and Infamous Policy of a Centralized Despotism. Grand Excursion to Columbus. ImS. ' jn excursion party of Athenians nnd everybody dso wishing to join the party, will go to Columbus from Athens, on Saturday, August 20, leaving Atliens at 7 A.M., and leav ing Columbus on return at G P. JI. the dutno day. Faro for tho round trip 2. This is an excellent op portunity for our citizens to visit the Capitol City and Bee...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 10 August 1870

I)c (Enquirer, J. W. BOWEN, Editor. QLAYPOOL, MACKEY & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Transports left Civita Vee chia yesterday with the last regiment, and nil the French troops lately in Itnly are ex pected to be on the German frontier by the 10th inst. Corner Paint anil Water Streets, CI1ILLICOTIIE, OHIO, LOCAL AFFAIRS. For Pure Drugs and Medicines, go to Sisson's. We are compelled to transfer a. large portion of this week's editorial to the first page: The right to sell pop corn on the grounds, during tho State Fair has been disposed of for $600. On Suuday afternoon lust Mrs. A. C. Ross, of. this town, was sun struck, but has sinco rccoverd. Vinton Furnace wont into blast again last week, and is making about te.n tons of iron each day. Someiiody says it is bad taste for ladies to wear slippers on the street. If that is truo, then there is some bad tasf.o disylnycd in this town. We were visited by a fino rain on Monday ovening last. It was thank fully received. The dust is thor oughl...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 10 August 1870

)c (Enquirer. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. LAKGEST 0IEOULATION. J. W. BO WEN, EMtor. Mc Arthur, August 10, 1870. Reasons for Dressing Plain on the Lord's Day. 1. It would lessen the bur dens of many who find it hard to maintain their place in sold- ft f r 2. It would lessen the force of the temptations which often lead men to barter honor and honesty for display. 3. If there was less strife in dress at church, people in mod crate eireu instances would be more inclined to attend. 4. Universal moderation in h-PsM fit church would improve the worship by the removal of many wandering tiumgnis. 5. It would enable all class es of people to attend church better in unfavorable weather. G. It would lessen, on the part of the rich, the tempta tion to vanity. 7. Ib -would lessen, on the part of the poor, tlic tempta tion to be envious and mali cious. S. It would save valuable time on the Sabbath. 9. It would relieve our means fnr a serious uressuve, and thus enable us to do more for good enterpri...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 17 August 1870

VOL. 4. f J. W. BOWEN, I I FubliiW nnd Proprietor, J M'ARTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1870. H. 50 PER TEAR, I la Advanoe , f NO. 31. l)e (Enquirer, PUBLISHED EVKBr WEDNESDAY BY O". "W- Bowon, EDITOR AND PKOPRIKTOIt. OFFICE 2d Story Dodge's Building, Corner Main and Locus. Stst Terms of Subscription. One copy, ono vcnr,.'.. fl 50 I One copy. 8 meg. ,J1 (Ml One copy, 0 months.... 78 One copy, 4 uios.. 60 If not paid within tho year 80l) Clubs of Twenty ;S2(,0 The Ihrnneratla Enquirer ercnlatcn FREE OF rOSTACIH within tlio limits of Vinton County. i .o nnitrv . iliaiuinllniiance at the end of the time mihscrlhcd for, will be tuken as anew engagement or aubscrlptlnn. Advertising Rates. IrtrThe apnee occupied by 8 lines of till s tvno slmll constltue a fqnare. One Minnre. one week SI no One piro,8 works 82 Oft Each additional Insertion Insertion.. ........... . 01) All advert llni for a shorter ncrluil than three niontlis, chameil at tlie nbi-e rntei. Lend Adve.rtlnc...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 17 August 1870

Ijc (Enquirer- OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. LARGEST CIRCULATION. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArtlmr, August 17, 1870. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. (rcitlTiliT urit: WILLIAM HiaSLEY, of Cuyahoga. rjevmiiiia Jtroi: r.ICIIAEI) A. IlAlUtlSOil.of MadlBua. OrMnKnM.ll OT TIIK Tllltlf v kt: f JOHN II. UK.VrON.of IMiuonl urvmiK BdAitu or ruui.ie wokks: WILLIAM Bl'IiSCKK, of Licking. First Speech of the Campaign. Gen: (1. "W. Morgan, who is the candidate for Congress in his district, will open the cam paign for the Democracy by a speech at Delaware, Ohio, to day . "It is said that the Democracy Lavo a good chance for success at the October election, it the Democrats will work vigorous- y and energetically through out the Stale. Let the people work ! Now is the time to work for a change ! A change will lessen taxation, and make the poor men feel happier. Remember the Day! Remember that next Satur day is the day which delegates are to be appointed, at the usual voting place?, in each of the several townshi...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 17 August 1870

I)c (Enquirer. J. W. EOWEMi Editor. QLAYFOOL, MACKEY 8c CO, WHOLESALE GROCERS, Corner Paint and Water Street) CUILLICOTIIE, OHIO. LOCAL AFFAIRS. For Pure Drugs and Medicines, go to Sisson's. Trade wna quite lively ia town last Saturday. Water melons aro quite plenty in this market. Just 25 cents for tlio Enquirer for the campaign, or thrco months. Seo tho terms. Attention is called to tlio adver tisement of "A S1O0 American Gold "Watch Premium" in this paper. TtlK citizens or Unit Ipulls are rejoicing over thu introduction of gnsiuto thntcity. The com pletion ol the J ulli pol is, Mi-Arthur & Columbus jinllronil to that city would cause greater re joicing. Hall's Vagetablo Sicilian Hair .Ttcncwcr. Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair llcnower. Sold by all drug gists. The lecture- delivered by Rov. J. T. Franklin, nt Davis' Hall, on Tuesday evening last, was interest ing. A largo nutnliov wore present. Rend for two or throo or more copies of tho Enquirer for the cam paign or three mont...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 17 August 1870

Railway Time. Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road. TIME TABLE. On nd after June 12, 1870, Trainswill run hs follows: H m W I o o tn H CCS S3 : If 51? - a o J ' qc e ffj oc t iri M ;-3 . : 5 S X SI a, a g a, i y i :' : ' : i i i i : i : .51 8 . A" : a 4 Q jilles JiViT; H CO t! W M o o tn - rr'ri x y. r t-1- ? -t. c ? o g ir t .-: i t ft SiSJi .:t f ;i tfl ?W fa!;::: I::::::::::.:: - : : : ic i' J J- - ?i ? ' ri w -r r i f : : : : :::::::::::::: -uj ? - ?i i ?i f? -r ih'u: H !s 5 : i- i' i x" zr. r t INl'I N N ATI i:Xl"ltK-S will "run dally. All other I'miiM iloile. exo pt Suinl;i'. I'INi INX.ITI KXI't!i:ss KAST imikcs no lop Iwtwt'on ITaiin Ii'ri nml Allii'iis. Portsmouth Branch. 1)0)1. 11 undrn .Tucks.. n Ar'r. I'liitstnoiiiii Iep. l'orKllli nth Ar'v. .lai'kxmi llainiliii JAo7. ,Wcoitwliit!nH, I. It 1 1. :i)f)A.M. 2. IS i.r, " I).1"' A. M. il::m t. ll!i)l P. M. 7. Ill in..v. " l'-V:0l'. M. I-'JI " 'i.IU ' Trains Connect at Lcvclaiid V.irall poliilson the Little Mlnnii K.'iilreiHl. n...

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