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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 2 November 1870

.... . . - ' ; ' f - ' - i VOL. 4. f J.W.BOWEN, I I FaMlahsr aud Proprietor. I M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1870. I (1.50 PER YEAR, ) I InAdfftnoti ' NO. l TRY IT! THE GREAT Or I 3ST I TFe fire 7io?y 7i0 tfote Proprietors of the above Celebrated GLY. None genuine unless the Registered, TRADE MARK and OFFICIAL SEAL of this Company appears upon evert Bot tle. MAY, 1866. TFe ara ateo MANXJ FA CT URERS and SOLE PROPRIETORS of mm mm bitters HOBACK'S PILLS, ROBACO BLOOD PURfflffi The above Prepara tions are for Sale by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers every where. U.S. Co. CINCINNATI, OHIO. A BOOK. FOIl THE BIILLIOX. Wl A 19 1? I A T C Print- CnniiKlor i th iaIMIlIlVlH Married, or those armut to Inarr.T, on the pb-alulugical "I llalw " myatcrlea aoit reieletinna of VaW Ibaf iaa MieaeKUalayaUni, wlthth. laleetdiaco-erlealnpruduciii.-na lnraiUn nrr.prlnf, hirtopreaerT9theooriiplixlr.n, An. afciela Q lut.rusliog work of two hunrlrrdand twcnty-fritr tKM, vile...

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

ftljt (Enquirer. J. W. EOWEN, Editor. McArtltur,Novcmber2, '70, 1 r-m All Hail West Virginia. Th brilliant ..m.r.cin Pennsylvania and ruvv,vsot j Indiana, fiud a fitting supple mont. in the irloriuus victory achieved by the Democracy of West Virginia on lhursciny w. Notwithstanding wctau to contend against a large ne gro vote, and an odious system of disfranchisement, auimuw tered ly pnrtizan registers, the Democracy made a nolle fight and gained a substantial victo- rv. Look at the record of our gains : ' A Democratic Governor; A Democratic Secretary of State ' A Democratic State Audi tor : A Democratic State Treas urer ; A Democratic Attorney Genera ; A Democratic Supreme J ndge; Two Democratic Representa tives in Congress; A Democratic majority in the Legislature, securing A Democratic United States Senator. In 'no election, this year, save that of North Carolina, have the Democracy achieved so brilliant a success. It marks the end of proscription in West Virginia the abolition o...

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

J. W. BOWEN, Editor. QLAYPOOL, MACKEY & CO., WHOLESALE GROOEES, Corner Paint and Water 8tret, CI1ILLICOTHE, OHIO. LOCAL AFFAIRS, GEORGE P. ROWELL & CO., 40 Prat Row, New York, AND . S. K. PETTINGILL & CO., 3T Park Row, New York, rlr.v. iiiid i ... ...... jt tp t nr nuthoiizcd toconttuet for advertising at our jowesi rates. Persimmons nro ripo ini good ForAyer's Medicines, go to G W. Sisson's. Cuistmas occurs on Sunday thii year. ' - We liavo a fino lot of Books and Pictures for rhIo. October closed on Monday. It was a delightful month. . Now is tho time to pay your tax cs. Don't forget to call and ece us either. We were favored with a slight lut much needed rain on Sunday afternoon last. Tue roads throughout tho county nre at present in an excellont condi tion for traveling. Hon. Lewis Baker, Editor of tho Wheeling Register, has been elected to the Senate of West Virginia. Trade is reviving in McrArthur, and those of our merchants who advertise wear smiling faeos. JIcArt...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 2 November 1870

l)c (Enquirer, J.V. BOWEN, Editor. McArtlmr.Novemher.2, '70. A Thousand Years Ago. Alsace and Lorraine--History Repeating Itself. It certatnly one greatest curiosities in history that exactly one thousand years ago, in the year of our Lord 870, the people of France and Germany iougnt under their ings upon the soil, that of Lorraine, for very nearly the Fame reason, and with the same result. This happened as fol lows: The empire of Charle magne and that of his son who succeeded him, Ludwig T, call ed the Pious, was divided hy Ins three son?, the grandsons of Charlemagne, in 843, at the Congress of Verdun, between themselves in snch a manner that Lothaire received, besides the title of Emperor, Italy and what was then called Middle Francouia, a strip of land run ning from the Forth Sea to the Mediterranean, and there join ing Upper. Italy, abroad strip of land containing modern Holland, Belgium, the Lor raine, the Alsace, and all that part of Southern France lying between the Rhone an...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 9 November 1870

jr z - m - VOL 4. J.W.BOWElf, I I PsbUihsr and Proprietor. I M' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1870.- - V rai -ran i.nan n T IR; IT! THE GREAT IlQYaii XEGTd.fi G- I IN" I 7r3 arc now -the Sole Proprietors of the above Celebrated GIN. None genuine unless the Registered TRADE MARK and OFFICIAL SEAL of this Company appears upon every Rot' tie. Tr? we aZso MANU FACTURERS and SOLE PROPRIETORS of IIOH'5 STOMACH BITTERS ROBACK'S FILLS, AND ROBACK'S BLOOD PURIFIER The above 'Prepara tions are for Sale by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers every where. U. S. Proprietary Meflicine Co. CINCINNATI, OHIO. A BOOK FOR THE MILLION. MARRIAGE f GUIDE. A Print Conanlor to tto Honied, or thoit bont to nirrjp, od tho pbyttolof IoaI myitc rlea and rovAlAtlooi of the mxuaI aritoa. with tho I fcWit dliMTorit I o produolu Thia 1. an lnUn.llng work .r Mr. kondrtd.od liranl7ftr pafM, Hli numinii. mi ravlnf., nil oonLlna T.lo.bl. Inter. fe.Uo. for kboM who .r. mwrlM, or aoaioaipl.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. — 9 November 1870

sTl it SL IWITJUJO V, J. W. rOT'TTT. Editor. McArtluir.Novemlwr .), The Last Elections J Li - "WE'RE COMING," Massa Grant! 12 STATES VOTE! RADICALISM RADICALISM VETOED! RADICALISM VETOED! NOT ENOUGH NIGGER TROOPS ELISTED! TROOPS ELISTED! Greenbacks ! Bayonets! and the Thousands of and the Thousands of 15th Amendments Will Not Save Radicalism! Elections were held last Tuesday ii; Twelve States for State and Congressional offices. The returns from them are very incomplete, but wc have enough to satisfy us that Iiadicalism, seasoned with Xiggerism, has been "well cooked," in spite of Grant's bayonets and green back?. Iladical Stales of course have gene Radical, but the Demo crats have made great gains in all on Congressmen, except in New Jersey where thousands of Grant's 15 th Amendment poodle? voted again and .".gain. In New York the ercat na tioual interest is centered. The victory is complete t':e Dem ocratic majority being about 33,000 for Gov. Hoffman and the State ticket; beside?...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 9 November 1870

l)e (Enquirer.. J, W. BOWEN, Editor, QLAYPOOL, MACICEY & CO., WHOLESALE GKOCERS, Corner Faint and Water Strocti), CI1ILLICOTIIE, OHIO. LOCAL AFFAIRS. GEOKGE P. ROWELL & CO., dO Prak Row, Now York, AND S. SI. PETTINGILL & CO., 5? Park Row, Now York, Are our sole Airents In tlmt d'v, und r.ro Aullioriznl to cuiitiuet for udverliiing utoiir 10Wl8t NlleS. Jl AGS. Suva your lings nnd bring them to this office ami receive cash for them. ForAyer'a Medicines, go to G, Wi Sissooa. The clearest spot on enitli The Btoro wlicro they do not ndvertisu. Have you a bottle of Kofionhcini's Celebrated Stomach Bitters in your family? If not, get one without do ly. Thovsandu of persons aro us ing them. Suro cure for many clifleascs. Head in the advertisement in this paper. For Pure Drugs and Medicines 010 O1SB0IVS. ttiJ-Seo titlvertisoiiioiit of Ir llutis' Tllsiion- M; heinled Hook for tlio Million M ARM AG K Gl'IDE la another column! It should bo read by ulll If you i s la to SAVE MONEY ON...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 9 November 1870

lje inquirer. J. W. BOWEN. Editor., M.Arfhnr.Novembcrt), '70. SEND YOUR ADDRESS 1 UD receive Circular containing FULL par A Ueulars of SINE'S ENTERPRISE. THESE IS MOffl IN IT rorPtle.ae.irtagtolnveat.OOandupvvaras Address, L. D- Box 60, Cincinnati. O. October 26, 1870-4t - NOTICE —TO— BRIDGE BUILDERS. Scaled Proposals 12 o'clock .,ou TAuridau, tfce BiA " of December ' A. D. 1870, for the building of the .. atxiv COVEKED BRIDGES WITH STONE ABUTMENTS, One across Honey Fork of Big Raccoon rcek, ... .. . . --i.... ttJelonnvillO Uruwu Towusmp, Big Raccoon Creek, ... .....,... 'nlpski in Klk Towusinp, Ptaus Z Specification nra on aio, lor Inspection, at the Auditor's cSutractors will bo required to give. itmwi mid Security, to the satisfaction orth0Co..imUHloue,l'orth mtlhrul perimmance o i . , , 1 10 reJeot The Commissioners reserve me Hb"1 lu '-Jcul anv and on oius. J5y order of CmmJlonoM i Rp.Ty0Ijr)Bf Auditor Vinton Co., 0 October 10, lffTO-ids TIMES OF HOLDING FOE THE YEAR 1871 BY AU...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 16 November 1870

28 ' VOL. 4. i J, W. BO WEN, I I Pabllihir and PtaprUtor. J M'ARTHUR; VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1870. $1.50 PER YEAR, t I la Adrnnce . NO. 35. (Enquirer. J. W. EOWEN, Editor. (From the Mobile (Alabama) Register.) LEE. The great Lee is dead I Tlie incst illustrious man of the age is r.o more! The Christian soldier, whose vjilor, skill and noble character was the ad ministration of the world, has gone from among us. In a quiet village of that noble old State, Virginia, ho so loved, ftndiHOM Je pages of whose bi?torj lie carved his immortal name in imperishable deeds. Gen. Robert 12. Lee breathed Lis last. His veterans, who are scat lered far and wide over the land, and who idolized him, will feel most the weight of this crushing affliction, which has conic upon the South ; but his people who loved him as a fa ther, will mourn his loss, and like Rachel, refuse to be com forted; while those who were so often opposed to hint on many a hotly contested field, will lay up...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 16 November 1870

ffiljt (Enquirer, J. W. BOWEN, Editor. McArthur.Novcm'r 10, '70. Til eke is something intensely menn in the Radical nature. It seems capable of descending to the lowest transactions. It actually glories in conduct that honorable natures despise, and is only fully satisfied and happy when it succeeds in some des picable performance which true manhood would shrink from with ditust. The returns of the election have hardly been transmitted over the wires be fore we hear it proclaimed, in a sort of triumphant tone, by leading men of the party, who should scorn anything so con temptible, that all the close districts will be contested. "Which is saying, in effect, we will have nn unscrupulous ma jority in the next Congress, who violate their oaths com mit rank perjniy rather than admit a Democrat to a scat, if there is the remotest possibili ty of cheating him out of it. Such is Radical nature ; such the transcendent meanness of the party which boast- the pos session of all the intelligenc...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 16 November 1870

P0nL!9HED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY 3". W. Bowen, EDITOR and rnovniETOR. OFFICE 111 -Hncond Story of liuwnn's Jlnllillng, North Side of Main Street, East of Court House. Terms of Subscription. Ono copy, nn your,... SI f0 I One oopy, 8 11101..SI 00 On copy, t months TS O110 cop, 4 moi.. CO Ifnot paid within the year 2 00 Club of Twenty 820 00 The Tfemotralta Kitqittrtr crculales FRKK OF POST AO H within tho limits of Vinton County. A failure In nnllfy a discontinuance, nt the end of the thno subscribed for, will be taken na anew engagement or subscription. Advertising Rates. ' PWh a spve occupied by S linos of Hits (Nonpareil) tvna nhnll ammtluio a square One square, one week SI 1111 1 Otiesqnsro,3 weeks 52 00 h additional Inaertlun Insertl'Mi 60 All advertlalng f"r a shorter period than three mi-itln, ohnnritd at the above ratoa. Local A'lVHrtlsomutiiK $1 00 per sqnnra for first Insertion; ami iO cunts per square, lor each additional lrHcrjiiii. Bule and Figure Work 50 cent additional n in...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 16 November 1870

NOTICE TO PAVE. TO WKQM ITJ4AY CONCERN THE COUNCIL of tho Incorporated Village ni t,-a rili nr. Ohio, hereby uotilv the citl- tens of said Vllliigeihat , JULL Paving that Is requlmloy no Ordlnunce passed byloijn Council on the lllih Uuy ot Slay. A.D.ltOi), must In all Us provision and requirements be strictly complied with, within tlio time of TWENTY DAYS from the Glvlna orthtajsouce. That If the requirements of said Ordinance are lu" ' 1 vr i... urn iitorcmentinlicd. not comimcu. j "v the COUNCIL WILL PROCEED TO PAVE AND COLLECT COSTS Oil habm ThntRi-Mllng will bo required nt different J'v-6?!. 1.1.. e mm etnt liitwotM Mnvltot nnil Locust Streets; the Side Walk Is to be a grade CI tWO IS) ICfcl 111 uepm. liruty. o-" Vcet Side ot Market Strcct.bctween Mill and MBln SUrctus; grade ono (1) lootou cii.viut urn. onDnrtdr.ace trnd AiiUio.'ii Lots, excepting a snm'.l flU at the Allov between Alikrom mid Snyder, grade uoni oue-iiun 175, iu uu w ,nv;6t3;deof Market Street, between Main ftSi...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 23 November 1870

VOL. 4. ToYbowew, i l Pnblliher nd Proprietor. J M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 4870. HOOFLAND'S COLUMN. I HAVE iiKAnu or ' Moonand'3 Gorman Bitters, T r.wiT';0'1 1 ,,y, Dr-, C!' M- J'icU'eoii, Pl,lliidt,,,, IH'43. They Cured Your Fathers and Mothers "1 w'll,.c"ra y'i ntt.l your clill.lrun. Tlmy are ci lady ililloroul trout i , im. preparation now Im country called lllllimt or 'fonlc. Th.)V 4m 1,11 Hiiut,rulUblu itioillcltuw. They aru ."". Tfia grrattfl known remtJUiut Llvor Complaint, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, Jaundice, Diseases of the Kidneys ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN Jul nil I)Ikuuu arUlttf from 11 DUoidorcd 1,1 vm llotiiuc.tt, or IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD Iwattpidloit, Fluiiiliincn, Iinvniil I'llui, FutiiitMa 0 Wood hi tint Head. Acidity or lliu Nloinach, Null uu, Iloai l Intrti. ))lHut fur K001I, KiiIikws ur Height In lliu HIoiiihcIi, Hour Kriictu- 'nnm, Slultliij; or Miiliurlnu tit lltti rlt of 1 1 to Kliiinaeli, Sivliniiilii!; of I lie Heud. llnrrkil or Dll...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 23 November 1870

: V)t (Enquirer, J. W. BOWENi Editor. IcArthur,Tfovera'r 23, 70. The Missouri Election. The S Louis Republican, tLe Democratic . paper, Las re turns from all the counties iu tlie State excepting eight, from which it claims the lower house of the Legislature will contain 78 Democrats, 14 fusion, 21 liberals and 17 regular Repub licans. Of the Senate it gays the Democratic party will have a clear majority. The Radi cals are so much displeased with Senator Carl Schurz, be cause he favored the election of Brown over McCluig, that a Washington dispatch to the Republican says an effort is be in" made to exclude Senator Schurz fr om all Senatorial cau cuses, and to droD him from importantcommittees, espec ially from the committee on Foreiffn Affairs. Radicalism, when decently and earnestly flogged, becomes very spiteful. The refusal of President Grant to see Senator Carl Schuiz'on his arrival iu Wash ingtoa was a blunder which the impetuous teuton will not fail to take advautngo of, before...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 23 November 1870

I)c (Enquirer. 1TJI1L.IHIIED EVKHY WttllMKBDAY BY Emron and pkoi'Kiktoh. OFFICE-lu Hocond Htory of Jlowon Building, North Mdo of Main struct, liust ol Court llousu. Torm3 of Subscription. Ono ennv. one vonr. 81 50 I Ono conv. 8 moa..8l Ouo cony. 0 months.... 75 I One cony, 4 nios.. 60 ITnot pil.J within tho j-cnr 200 Clubs ofTwonty 820 00 Tho Dumnaratlo Ruqntrer emulates FRKE OF POSTAQH wllhlutho llmlU of Vinton County. A failure to notify a discontinuance at tho end of tho time atibscrlbod for, will be luken on s new engagement or ubscrlritlon. H M- . Advertising Rates. ' WTTh space occupied by Slinoiof thli (Nonpareil) type shall constitilu a square. Due qn:in, one week 81 Hit On s(uare, 0 weeks $'2 Knuli additional insertion Insurtlon CO All advertising for a shorter porloil than thruo months, onnrguu at tne aDnve. rates. Legal Advertisements 81 ho per square for first insertion; aim ou ceuis pur square lor each additional linersli.ii. littlo ami Figure Work 50 conts aittllttonul...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 23 November 1870

Ijc (Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY a. Bowon, XJMTOR iD PR0VWET0R. "OFFICE In Second Story of Row-en's BulWIng, North Side of Main Struct, lat of JOUH HOUSO THE CDlCiniWEELY ENQUIRER The Great Democratic Journal of Hc Went. The Exponent of Constitutional Government, the Mights of the States, Equal Taxation, and the Doctrine that the Rational Debt shall be paid in the manner Prescribed in the Bond. SO Dom is In l n'.'id. icks. r.eeoiduiK to the rem-VtS-l etwee i lie bondholder und the l-o,ilo. We sill oppose tlie im.liit nnd oppressive Tariff 1 y which Lio Ag.leullurnl Weslis made to Lav 'e on "us trlMite. to I ho nia.iiiinc x,-g !? V,..'K Ji, II I demand BiK-h lmnhll.-ulloiis il i&ki&T&S? ns wUI encourage WtJr VvVitlA- journal, it will VoVnca by noiii publWied In tnc Cited "'frif'MAPKFT REPORTS will bo preparer temporaries, mid WV1'"1 w, 1 n-iiiiPitlon 1-IllUP U hull Mistaill (Ml ill NEWS HEPATMKNT will con .tin a fa"fullvp"-Pr,vMimmry of events truns- piKlS eEto...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 7 December 1870

' , ';'!,!''.)" ;" ' ' ' " 1 " ' ' ' ' ' h 1 " ' '"" . "' ' " ' ' 1 ' ' r " ' i i ,i ,1 .'nil'. - .7 VOL. 4. I I.W.BOWEN, I ' I Paullihar and Proprietor. S v : .r arthiIr; Vinton ' county, ohiq: Wednesday, pecemdeh x isio: -1, : r; .irff -mml yocj ALL IUVI HEARD Of Hoofland's German Bitters, HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC Prepared by l)r. C. M. JunkPoti, 1 1 1 1 1 id . .1 1 t . Ii llwlr Introduction lulu thraeuuu-.ry frum Uertuuu Kuurrud lu They Cured Your Fathers and Mothers Vnfl will euro yon nml your children. They nru i Iroly ilinvtruut. frum tlm iiiunv ireiiiiitlniii iiuw I lie comiiry culleil lllliormir 'i'nuW.n. They aru no mum iiniiiiirmluim, or anything l&e Ilium &jli(oo( lunul, rulliililo iiiudlcinus. Tlioy am 3HE VVio greaUH known mnxllm fin liver Complaint, Dyspapsla, Nervous Debility, Jaundice. ' Diseases of the Kidneys ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN ml all Diaaiuoa nrlsliitf from t Disordered LIvw tloinnch, or IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD iibIIiiIIoii, Fliifiileiini, inward riles, Fu...

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 December 1870

l)t (Enquirer. J. W.BOWEN, Editor. Mc Arthur. Decem'r 7, '70. The war between Prussia and France has long ceased to "be a sensation; and tbe dis patches concerning it are gen erally' the dullest news we get. Since General Aurelles de Tal- adines gained the success of Orleans, there Las been more or less maneuvering and skum isilnnrr in the field : but tbe most of it seems to have been nf im unimportant nature. i There appears to be no reason to doubt that France is hope lessly whipped, and that stubborn jprido is all that keeps her from surrendering. Tbe dispatches pay that the people arc anxious for peace, and do counce the Tours government for persisting in holding out jifr.iinst hone. A nation whose o 1. capital las been for months out off from all supplies, and which is powerless to relieve it in the minutest particular from the horrors of threatened starvation, is whipped almost to death, and ought to be able to appre ciate tuf foct. We ohserv that &j;pon Duet Butler of Mas...

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 December 1870

l)e (Jcitquircr. POBLMIlHDKVUnY WKDNKH1IAY BY 7. "7V. Bowon, KDITOR AND 1'ltOl'RIF.TOn. OFFICE III Hoeond story of iiowon's Hullillng, North Bldo of Main Btruct, Emit of Court limine. Terms of Subscription. Ono copy, one your,... .11 M I One enpy, 8 mos..81 00 One eopy, months.. W One oopy, 4 mot., 60 If not paid within the year S 00 Clubs of Twenty 20 0o The ltmeraUe Kuqulrtr crcnlales FREE OK POSTAGE Within the limits of Vinton County. A failure tn notify discontinuance at tho end of the tlmo aubscrlboil lor, will be taken as new engagement or subscription. Advertising Rates. r mrThe apace occupied by mines of this (Nonpareil) type shall ounslltne a square. , . One sqnnre, ono week SI 0 1 One square, S weeks 82 00 Kadi additional Insertion Insortlon 00 All advertising for a shorter period than three months, oharired at the above rules. Legal Advortlsoments Jl 00 per square for first Insertion; and 60 oonla per squaro for each additional lnsnr-don. liulo and Figure Work SO esnta aa...

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 December 1870

I jc '(Enquirer, rCBMSHF.n EVKBT Y jr. Bowon, . EDITOR AMD PROWUKTOB. .-.c-irii-Rlii (Second Htory of ltowen's jSllfi MuiiStruct, Kast ! Bido Court Hoiibo. . ' ' Nevermore! Nevermore! la the said exclamation of the invalid, who la 'aboudon ed for some worthless com pound, a sterling medicinal preparation. If any sufferer from Dyspepsia, Constipation, Biliousness, or Debility, has been lured, in a eak moment from cither of those two sover eign Vegetable Specifics,' Hoof land's Tonic, and induced to "run after strange gods," "Key crmorel Nevermore." is Ins cry, as he returns, disgusted, to the standard remedy. Sold by all Druggists. Don'tDye, but uso a bottle or two of that incomparable article known as Nature's Hair Restorative. It makes the head feel so good. Sold every where. See advertisement. Thfi "trial of one bottle of Halls Vegetable Sicilian Hair Kenewer will show most ben eficial effect upon'the hair ajid scalp. " For Colds, Coughs, Bron chitis, and all affections of the Lun...

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