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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 28 September 1870

J ' ' 3 & VOL; -4. ' M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1870. $1.50 1 PER YEAR, I I In Advance , f ' 1 P ttMlihM and Proprietor J NO. 37. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY ar. "W- Bowen, EDITOR iSD PROPRIETOR.,. lOFFICE2d Story Dodge's Building, LOl'ner main ana lqcub, awi Terms of Subscription. ' One copy, one your,. .. 81 60 1 One copy, 6 him. .$1 00 n.. m x mnnthi. 78 I One ccuv. 4 nioa. , CO Tfnni nnia within the vetr 9 00 Clubs of Twenty WOOD The Pemoeratle Ktiqntrtr crenlalea rKbii w pnsTAOE wltlilo the liintU of Vinton County. A failure t" notify illaeontlmianca at tho end of tho time aunacrmea lor, win oe uineu m u6b.... or lUDboriiiiiug. Advertising Rates. ' BfiTTlieepnce nconplori.liy 8 linos of thla (Nonpareil) 4na.1inll .in.Mliin ii Mnilnre. One aqnar. one week 81 00 One aqnare, 8 weoke U 00 1:..,h .. .i.iiii. m.l Inanition Insertion All All ailvertlilntt for a alinrtcr period than three .... .I.. Mhcrft.1 ftt tlia attnve Titles. Lend A(Hrertlnemenl M...

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 September 1870

II)c (Enquirer, OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur, Sept. 28, 1870. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. KOBLTAST OF STATRI .WILLIAM UXI9LKY, of Cuysboga, eur-asui jbdoi: ' , KICHARD A. IIAKR1S0N, of Madison. ooMFrioixtK or Tn tbsasuet: ' JOHN n. 1IEAT0N, of Bolmont.; MIklDF.lt BOSHP or PUBUIO WORKS! ' WILLIAM Sl'KNCKK, of Licking. DISTRICT TICKET. mn ccsumcse: RALPH LEETE, of Lawrence. ro HKMBtn DotKDor iqualihtioh : GEORGE EANTZ, "f Vinton. COUNTY TICKET. Bros BiKHirr: DANIEL BOOTH. r TA6URSS: NELSON LICIIM0XD. comsiibsiokkb, (Long Term:) l'ATUICK KELLY. commissioner, (Short Term:) UUMrUUGY CLA.KK. tuitvcriiR: Mcdonald lottmdge. OonoxXB! JOHN C. BISHOP. Spread the News! Grand Rally! Gen. Thos. Ewing with with Col. J. C. GROOM Will address the people of Vinton and Jackson Counties, at HAMDEN! HAMDEN! —on— Thursday, October 6th. Judges of Election. The law of last winter makes provision for a minority rep resentation at all township and ward polk, and provides that the two ...

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 September 1870

le (Enquirer J. W. BO V7EH, Editor. QLAYPOOL, MACK.EY & CO., WHOLESALE GROOEES, Corner Paint ana Water Streets, CHILLICOTIIE, OHIO. LOCAL AFFAIRS. We have a fine lot of Books and lectures for sale. For Pure Drugs and Medicines go to Sisson's. RAGS. Save your Itnga nnd bring thorn to this office and receive cash for thorn. If you believe in the doc trine of Equal Taxation, vote for Ralph Leete for Congress. Wb havo received the October number of Godey's Ludy'a book, which Bii8tuiii8 its reputation fully, aa pro-emincntly the magazino for ladicB. "Mr. Mnekley was drunk, nnd hnocked down n drunken niiui mimed Smith. Mr. Mucklcy mild ho 'was want ing to 0 in on his muscle,' uml accordingly ran against Smith. Thirtydiiys in the Work House and $25 and costs whs furnished him by Judge 8traub this morning." Cincinnati Chronical. Surely this is not our friend Mackleyof the Jackson Standard, who "went in on his musclo," and knocked Smith down. "We would again cull the atten tion of tho po...

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 September 1870

i i - )t (Enquirer, OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. J. VT. BOWEN, Editor. McArtliur, Sept. 28, 1870. A Good Sign. The Eepublican Party heretofore been the stronghold of the Protectionists. Free Trade wa9 always a Democrat ic rallying-cry, and it wns not difficult in the midst of the passion of the earlier years of the war to give it a bad name, by allying it in tie public mind with 'Britsh hostility, and 'Deruocraic treason.' The keen Republican manager?, under the lead of the Pennsylvania iron-lords, by false promises to New-England shortsighted ness, by shrewd appeals to "Western farming interests to secure a home market, etc., and by flattering Greeley's absurd vanity to be considered a pol itical economist, succeeded in making Protection a prominent plank in the Republican plat form. They have thus had tbe entire weight of the Re publican party on their side, and thousands or good n en, who during the war were taught to believe that the safe ty of the country depended upon the unity o...

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 October 1870

:'P ; ' -.''.111111 Hftf VOL. 4. f J. W. BOWEN, X X Fabliiher and Propriotur. i M'AUTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: .WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1870.. J SI .60 1 PER YEAH, I la Advance. NO. 37. The Enquirer. 1'UBI.MIIKD EVEKY WliDNKHDAY BY ar. "W. Bowen, EDITOH AND PllOl'KIF.TOIl. OFFICE 2d Story Dodfje's Building, (Jorner Main una locus, sist Terms of Subscription. On copy, ono yonr,...,Sl M I One onpy, 6 mns..81 One copy, C months.... "5 Ono copy, 4 inos.. If not pnlil within tho year 2 Clubs of Twenty 20 Ml Tho Dmntterntle Enquirer orcnlatcs FHKE OF rUaTAUK Wltlllll 1110 limits 01 Yinum iiuni. A f,. untlAtt i1tnntlnlifln(tA .t llin end of tl time subscribed for, will be taken as anew engagement or aubttoripiion. Advertising Rates. r MrThe sunre orouplert by 8 lines of th.'s (Nonpareil) ....... fliumtliiin ft iinuitra. Olio sqnnro.no week 81 00 One square, 8 woeka 82 JO V...I. ..I .litlnnnl Insertion Insertion 60 All ailvcrlMiifi for a shorter period than three months, ehnrueil at the nuov...

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 October 1870

I)c (Enquirer. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArtlmr, Octobers, 1870. To the Democrats To the Democrats of Vinton County: These aie the last words tluit we can address to you before the election. Less than six d:iys remain till the election. Are you ready for it? Do you realize that Thurraan and Pendleton lost their election as Governor through the negli gence of democrats to go the polls ? They were not defeat ed by their enemies hut hy the failure of their friends to prop erly arouse their respective townships and bring to the ballot-box the whole democrat ic vote. It was simply that which defeated them. To-day Ohio would be under demo cratic control except for dem ocratic neglect in putting forth its full power. Vinton County is partly responsible for the failure. It has done much but it has fallen short of its whole duty. Some Townships have done better than others; but every township in the County can do better at this election than ever before if it tries. jS...

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 October 1870

The Enquirer. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. QLAYPOOL, MACKEY & CO., WHOLESALE GROOEBS, Oornor Faint and Water Stroeti, CI1ILLICOTIIB, OHIO. LOCAL AFFAIRS. See Hallway Time on 4tli pngo. "We havo a no lot of Books and Pictures for ftalo. McDONALD LOTTRIDGE. Voto for McDonald Lottridgo for Surveyor, who will make a careful and correct Survej-or. To stop un itching head nso Hall's Tcgetablo Sicilian Hair Hencwcr, a euro cure. HAGS. Suvo your lings nnd bring them to this office and receive cash for thorn. Judge Mayo is ready at all times to issue naturalization papers to all those who are en titled to tliom. There will bo a meeting of the Democracy of Wilkesvillo township at Coonoy's School IIouso, on Satur day Eve. Oct. 8. Speakers John Mayo, Esq., and U. S. Claypoolo, Esq. aw p mm Take Ayer's Tills for all tho pur poses of a purgative, tor Constipa tion, Indigestion, Headache and Liver Complaint. By universal ac cord, they arc the best of all purga tives for family use. Very Beautiful. The...

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 October 1870

The Enquirer. PAPER OF COUNTY. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. Was there Ever the Like? The more we consider and examine the Land Gaabbing i,B;Qq. the more monctrous it appears. While our brave soldiers were fightinc to keep eleven States m tne union, iw puMicnn Congress voted awny ns much land as we contained in the eleven States of Main, New Hampshire, Massachu setts, Vermont, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Maryland, Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania, in 18G0, accord-in"- to the census, and which then maintained a population of fifteen million, three hundred aud thirty thousand ami eleven person?. , That h, according to the Hand Book of Politic f.r 1870, compiled from the official records by Edward McPherson, L. L. D., Clerk of the House of Representatives of the Uni ted States, there was voted away by Republican Congress es, mostly to mammoth Rail road enrporations, 100,950,148 acres of land, while the States above named have only 190,-9501-43 acres of land. Vik will net so basely towar...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 12 October 1870

rtrr VOL. 4. UJ, W.BOWEN, X 1 1 Publisher aud Propriotor, J ; , M'ARTIlUIt, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, OCf ODER 12, . .1870. ($1.50 P?RYEAR?? ' Ja AdTuo , NO. 39 mm Mr .ml, HOOFIAND'S COLUMN. YO U ALL nyrti'iiKAim op , ' Hoofland'sl German IVuparuiI l.y Dr. ( M.s I',lln,l,.pil, Mi.ilrlnlinilucli.nl Into this cuun'.ry fr.iiu Ucriiiiui (ccurml In They Cured Your Fathers nnd Mothers I ml will cure ymi mill your olill.lt Tlu-y i truly illllurcui. hum llin iliiiuy piviuiriit Iuim imiw I ho c.ninlrv culled llliiuixur Tonics. Thuv mo iiii ftvern prui.nrnilnii... or iniyl IiIiil; III;.! Ilium;' tuttfoui loiiest, rullitlilu iiiuiIIcIikh. Tltoy uiu V'Ao (irtuled knuivii rtiiutllttfui liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, i Nervous Debility, Jaundice. Diseases of the Kidneys ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN .lid all Diseases iirlnlii from a Ulsordored I.lvw llouuicli, III' IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD 'onstlpnlloii, KIiiIiiIcni'h, Irtwii ill Plliw, Fiilnusg o iil.mil lo Uiu ll.'ii.l, Acidity of lliu Sloniii.'.li, Nu...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 12 October 1870

Stljc (Enquirer, J. W. BO WEN, Editor? McArtliur.Qctolier 12,1870. European War News. On Saturday morning Frauca t4reuis attacked iwo squadrons of Hussars and two companies of Bavarians in the gtreets of Vovea. After a sharp engagement the Germans re treated. The French took sixty-seven prisoners and many killed and wounded. The loss of the French was trifling. Twelve hundred Prussians have hecu repuUed from St. liuentin, and forced to fall "back upon llibl.elout. A dis patch received at Carlsrhue by the Duke of Baden states that the Prussians were victorious near St. Ilemy on Saturday. The battle lasted from 0:30 A. M. until 4 P. M., when the French were routed and fled toward Kambouilleis. The French h:id one corps and the Mobiles engaged in the action. Minister Ganihetta left Paris on Friday at ll A. M. in a bal loon. After a perilous voyage he landed, at 3 P. M., at Mont Didien, and there took a spec ial train for Tours. Two Ameri cans left Paris in a balloon at the same time Ga...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 12 October 1870

Stljc (Enquirer. J. W. EOWEN, Editor. QLAYPOOL, S1ACKEY & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Corner Faint and Water Street, CI1ILLICOTIIE, OHIO. LOCAL AFFAIRS. McArthur,October 12,1870. Grand Display! Grand Display! THOROUGH & COMPLETE! New York Styles Introduced in Zaleski! INTERESTING TO THE WHOLE PEOPLE! Extraordinary care has heen exercised by the firm of WILL & CO., at Zales ki, in the selection in the New York market and with the manufacturers direct, of the CHOICEST QUALITIES of Dry Goods thc Newest Stales and Greatest Novelties, Wccaii assure the people that the House is now prepared to give the people BARGAINS in all departments of Goods, such as were never before exhibited in Zaleski. Don't fail to go lind examine. their most varied stock of Dress Goods. The Prices of all Goods are much LOWE II than before t "We hsvo a fine lot of Books and Pictures for sale. A largo line of Motions and Fancy Goods at Martin's. Prints, telaines, Alpacas, Meri nos, Irish Poplins, Twilled P...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 12 October 1870

l)c (Enquirer. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. J. W. BOW EN, Editor. McArthur,Oclober 12,1870. MISCELLANEOUS. The exports of Savannah reached &58,850,98O during tho year ending June last. The exports of the previous year amounted to $-18,330,191. In Lincoln, Nebraska, they have struck, at a depth of six hundred leet, a lloor or salt brine, eighty degrees in strength, flowing at the rate of two barrels per minute. Five brothers in ll'iudolph county, Indiana, are thirty-one feet three inches long. They arc each over six feet high, two of them arc fix feet and four inches in height. James F. Jourdan, of Salem, Oregon, has a six-footed horse, and a yearling bull with two tails. They are to be exhibit ed at the State V air, on the 10th of the present month. Of the 1,-iCO congregations in the Southern Presbyterian Church only 10!) have pastors, and about fO0 have regular or partial supplies, and about, 130 are destitute of any stated min istry. A young couple at Paducah, Ky., have been doin...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 19 October 1870

k. . " r Tl A " . V T"0:'.- - , ' ' ' VOL. 4. f J.W.BOWEN, I I Fabllaher and Proprietor, J M' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1870. 11.50 PER TEAR, I In Advance , NO. 40. HOOFIAND'S COLUMN. YOU A.LXj HAVR IIKAIID or 1 Hoofland's German Bitters, ASD 'S GERMAN T Prepared by Dr. (!. M. Jiiclooti, Plilhididihii Niuir introduction lino Una country lYom (knitim Kciirrvil in They Cured Your Fathers and Mothers ud will cum yon and your dilldiun, Tlwy are 01 welyillHV'raiil . Iioin thu imiuv iriim nl bun' now I hi) cmnilry Hilled Hillm nr Tonics. They iie mi avmii iruKirallonn, oi iin llilnif like llioin; tut uuui Miiiuel, luliuljlo muillciiKM. Tliny nig 3HE Tin gmatiil kumvii i tmtdltffm liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, Jaundice. Diseases of the Kidneys ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN Jut nil Ulsutues) kilning from a Diaot dined Live, llomadi, ur IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD 'rtnalliiilliiii, PhiluluiiPO, Inwnrd Pile, Fulness o lllond In lliu Head, Aidillty of lliu Slonmcli,...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 19 October 1870

I)c (Enquirer. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur.Ociober 19,1870, THE ELECTIONS. Pennsylvania. In the elections sylvania for Congressmen, mem bers of the Legislature, and county officers, the Democrats have made great gain?. They gained six Representa tives to Congress, but lost one leaving a net gain of five. The delegation will stand 10 Democrats and U Radicals. The Legislature will stand as follows : SENATE t .Radicals. . . Democrats. 16 iiorsK. Radicals 53 Democrats 47 Radical mnj. on joint ballot. . . 7 Dacota. Keturns from Dacota Ter ritory indicate that Armstrong, Democrat, is elected delegate to Congress, although Burleigh, Radical, inn close behind him. Indiana. The Democratic majority on the State ticket in Indiana will not, we think, fall helow 2,500. The Democrats have gained one Representative to Congress. The delegation stands 7 Rads. to 6 Democrats. The Demo crats have a majority of six on joint ballot in the Legislature. A gain of at least 10,000 votes has been made ly 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. — 19 October 1870

l)e (Enquirer J, W, EOWEN, Editor. QLAYPOOL, MACKEY & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Corner Faint and Water Street), CI1ILLICOTHE, OHIO. LOCAL AFFAIRS. McArtlmr,Octolcr 19,1870. GEORGE P. HOWELL & CO., 40 Prak Row, New York, AND S. M. PETTINGILL & CO., 37 Park Bow, New York, Aro our sole Agents In Unit city, nnd ore authorized to contract for advertising ut our jowest rules. ForAyer's Medicines, go to G. Wi Sisson's. It AGS. Savo your lings and bring them to this office and receive cash for thorn. No More Gray 11 air. Nature's Hair Restorative brings back the original color. It is not a dye, and clear ns crystal. Contains nothing injurious. Soe advertisement. Partner Wanted. AN energetic business iniin luivliig n cnpltnl of $1,000, or more, Is wanted ns n one-half inter est partner In tlio Foundry business. Foundry doing a vory largo 'business ; situated within a few feet of n railroad In Southern Ohio. For full particulars, address the Editor of Enquirer McArthur, Ohio. Septem...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 19 October 1870

The Wealth of the South. From the Southern cotton crop of 18G9 70. recently published in our mlnmns. something like a just iW nf tin rich resources of l-k - w w w that meat section of the coun frw mnv be formed. Three hundred and twenty-five mil lions of dollars brought into an agricultural community by a ninrrlH cvor is an astounding exhibit: vet it is by that very .mnnft that the South is richer fnr its mat year's product of a mala Rtaole. Three-fourths of to turn the great wheels of foreign com mflvin nnri in turn to set in motion the natural currents o nnv intprnal trade and indus try. The country mainly ef fects its exchanges with foreign mnnti-iM bv means of cotton bills, and these the South sup nlies. The export of two ant a quarter millions of bales gives employment to a large fleet of ocean vesels, which ovnv nblo legislation would lit t v O make in the main our own All wealth flows back m to the lap of the South, but i enriches factors, merchant steam lines, railroads and ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 26 October 1870

L4y. " '. . ' i. ; " . ' ir w' ' ''Sag A. . J.-f VOL. 4. M' ARTHUR, VINTON" COUNTY; OHIO: '.WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1870. 1 Publliher and Proprietor, J 11.80 PER TEAK, t I In Advance NO. 41., HOOFLAND'S COLUMN. YO.LT ALL , , luriiiKtnuor i Haoflaiid's German Bitters HOOFIW GERMAH TONIC 1 ninared h? Dr. C, M. Jackson. Pi.ll,l.li,i. a rniT'l,' ""'0" ilUn M-WMI 0riilU They Cured Your Fathori and Mathers i"J ,, .nl,r yi)u 'ul,r clilldiaii, They an i .lJ'fTlVflilt.l i't till fntiii I jt . . IKE 7V.o tV.attrt knomi rtnietlUiut t:lvor Complaint, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, Jaundico, Diseases of the Kidneys ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN Jill till 1l"f!UU MrUliitr f.oill Ik Dt niirflniiiil I It-... IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD '.MiMlpjillcMi, Klnliilmico, Inwnril Vlloi, FiiIih- i, kiuii mum nuaii fiewiiy or inn miiiiiiiicIi, Nun , lleiiil liiiru. lliHiiiMi. fur food. KiiIiiii ur WbIkIiI In Ilia Htmiim-li, Hour Knicm- tloii", .Sliililiifir Mullurliiif at tlm .. I'll ti( IIki Kliimurli, NwiiiiniliiL' of 1 li...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 26 October 1870

ljc (Enquirer. J. W. BOWIW, Editor. McArthar,October 26,1870. Many Thanks. ' Those of the Democracy in each and every one of the townships in Vinton county, who made an effort to get out the vote of the partyi are en titled to many thanks from every working and earnest Democrat in the county. Such services are appreciate J, jmA Rnch men deserve the esteem, good will, and sup rt of everv man who is a i - - j Democrat from principle and who at heart desires the success of the principles the grand old Democratic party battles to establish. Last week we published the official abstract of the votes cast in the several townships of Vinton county. Upon the is sues presented in the canvass the Democratic majority should have been at least 170 larger, yet as it is the party has con gratulation in the fact that it has more than maintained its vantage ground over ruining Radicalism. Although we have made a gain of 50 on the State ticket over last year's vote, we should be better pleased to hav...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 26 October 1870

$l)e (Enquirer. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. QLAYPOOI MACKEY CO., WHOLESALE GKOCERS Oorair Paint an! Water 8treU, chillicothe, oiiio. LOCAL AFFAIRS. OEOEQE P. EOWEIL Sc CO., 40 Prsvk Row, Nw York, AND 8. M. PETTINQILL & CO., 31 Park Row, Now York, Aro our bole Agents In that city, and are authorized to contract for advertising at our lowest rates. ENQUIRER PRINTING OFFICE PRINTING OFFICE REMOVED. This Office was removed last Sat urday to the second story of the building on Main Stroet, East of Locust Street. Let all our patrons and friends como and see us iu our new office room. Come with the names of now subscribers, with nd vertisoments, and with your Job Work. PRINTING OFFICE REMOVED. For Ayer's Medicines, go to G. W. Sisson's. Inducement toAgents. "We have rccoivod from the office of The IlluS' trated Humorist a copy of extraordi onry inducements to agents, and we advise all desirdes of making a few dollars of an evening, to send to F A. Darling, Fayettevillo, N. Y., a two cent stam...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 26 October 1870

ljT jfiiiqmrer. 1 J. XV. BOWEN, Editor. McArtlmr,Octoler 26,1870 Building Lime. It is oftea of considerable imnortanee to those who may wish' to use lime for any of the purposes for which it is avail able, that they should be able i "l ' i ! I. n msA n i,ri.l a 10 aiBMIlgUlSU tt gwu iwwv from that which is of inferior quality, we shall describe briefly a few of the common tests by which good lime may br distinguished from that which is poor. Of two pieces of lime about the same size, 1he heavier will usually be the best. There are a few market excep tions to this rule, but in gener al it will afford trustworthy indications. Good lime is greasy and unc tiou to the touch; poor linn is dry . and gritty; when good lime slacks in water it falls quickly, ; causes the water to boil up furiously, and gives out a great quantity of heat. The slacking of poor lime is attend ed with but a slight boiling of the water, and a small increase of the heat; moreover, the quantity of water required to ...

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