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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 18 January 1871

1 s J ' llfllfl1tWllt' VOL. f .W.BOWEN, l I Publisher and Proprietor, ) M'AUTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, 011(0: WEDNESbAY, JANUARY 18, 18T1. 1 $1.50 PER YEAR, I In Advance, . NO. 1. TAKE THE CHEAPEST, GET THE REST. Ths Cincinnati Weekly Chronicle. TJrTHl MOST Popular Family Newspaper IN THE WEST. The CHRONICLE glvm Its readers All the News of the Day. It piililisln's tlio most llolhililis Itirtauf tho Miukota; ItuprnmiitoK the Wnlfiiroof tho Funncr; It I'avoi'H tliu Interests of tlio Meclituuc; It nook tliu l'rosi(M ltj- "f tho Meroliiiuti It iidveiiulus tho rrutuutimi of American Lubor; It COIlllMlds fell' Truth uml Justice In All Things. TEKIMS : Blnirloflopy 12 00 Kivu, lit 11") Tun, lit I 5 Twcntv-llvo, at I ' l-'lflv.at... 100 A free copy to Agent". FREE FOE, THEREST OF 1370. Presents for Patrons. livnry Ycirly SuWrllici-, In ndditlnn to tho paper for a year, will rocoi v u copy of tlio Clironifilo Almnnno & Ycnr Book for '71 A vulu lido Statistical, Historical and llmiio hnld Wor...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 18 January 1871

I)C (Enquirer. J, W. DOWEN, Editor. 31 c Arthur January 18,'71. THE DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER. End of Volume Four. Beginning of Volume Five. With t.hf last week's issue of the Democratic Enqmrcrclos- edits fourth year; this week. the fifth veav How well wc have pleased our read ers, and met the expectation of our friends, it is not for us to say, but we have done as well as we could do under the cir cumstances. From the first number we issued January 23, 1SG7, we have found our sub scription list increasing almost weekly to the present date. AVe shall make some changes in the paper, in the heading in particular, in a short time, and give it a much better appear ance. We are making arrange ments to add 300 worth of tvnu .and nriutinir material to tho office, and we wish every Democrat and friend to the cause of Democracy in Vinton cmintv to lend us favor and encouragement in every way that they can. We shall shortly address many of our Demo cratic friends upon the subject, ns wc wish to ma...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 18 January 1871

I)e (Enquirer l'DDLISHKD EVERY WKUNKSDAY BY J". "W. Bowen, EDITOR AND mol'ItlETOR. OPPIflE-In tSHC.olid Start of Howell's hulldlng, North aide of Main Street, Kant ut court House. Terms of Subscription. Oa oopy, one year 81 IWI On copy, 8 mo..81 00 On copy, 4 months ... 75 Olio copy, 4 mos.. CO If not palil within tho yew 2 00 Clubs of Twenty S20 00 Tim Dumonratla Enquirer crouUtca FHKE OF POiTAUK wlthlathe limits ofVlntun County. A failure In notify ft .llscnntlnusnce t tho end of the time subscribed fur, will bu luken ai anew engagement or lnbsorliitlon. Advertising Rates. IMTThe spues nociil("l by Blinus or this (Xunpirell) Itnaahall constlm supinr.. till iiqnnrp. oo wuck SI Oil One sqnsre, 8 week f 2 0" Each additional Insertion tmnrtlo Ilu All s.lvertlslu fur a sliortor period than Hire months, chanted at tlie nbovo mli-n. Leal AdverilsiMiuiiiia SUM per snnnre for first Insertion; ami DO cciils pors.iuuro fur each ol J i tl onul lnsendon. Itulo ami Figure Work CO Ci'iitn additi...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 18 January 1871

jlljc (Enquires J.W. BOWEN, Editor" The Fight of Patience. Seme one ?ays: " Men will wrangle' for religion ; Avrite lor :t; light for it; die for it; Mivtliinc but live for it." True. One lias only to look into a chapter of his own ate "o see liow incomparably easier t 18 to oppose wrong than to piietly follow right. "Wi-anglin!:, nml even fight inpr, for religion is extremely easy for most people. It is an opportunity for serving (1ul and Sulun liotli at once, which is too congenial to lninian na tnrc to he easily resisted. To speak of religion na a "bat'le," is to put it in its most attract ive light to many. They may Ik; really good people, hut combat svenosr, craves some ihing to oppose, and destruct iveness pomething to destroy. The Cluirch is fuller, of Iiter with drawn swords vva1y to cut off high riesta' servants' enrs, than of M.'irvs to wash Christ's feet with tears. Men will write fur religion; and this is very easy, ' r, aside from any inspiring influence of, the Holy Sp...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 1 February 1871

VOL.. 5. f J.W.BOWEN, I I Fabliiher and Propriotor, J M' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: .WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1871. 11.50 PER YEAR, I 1 IaAdranott. no, a-. .1 i -'V ' STljc (Enquirer. J, W, BOWEK, Editor. McArthur, February Union Emigraton Society. THURMAN, O., Jan. 9, 1871. Those wishing- to join the Emigration Society aro re quested to send in their name?, occupation, number of families intending to go, age nnd sex. How many horses and cattle, if any brood marcs and cow?, and probable weight of goods. The cost of taking horses from Cincinnati to Atchinson, Kansas, will be about $5,.r0; cows., $4,50; extra baggage, 40 cents per cwt. To Fort Scott, Kansas horses, $8,7.r; cows, $7,50, and baggage 75 cents per cwt. It is necessary to liave these estimates sent in as possible so as to make arrange ments for transportation, as wc can only get those by the car load. Fractions of car loads will have to pay higher rates or be left behind. "First come lirst served," is the rule. The cost of...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 1 February 1871

J. W. I.'OWEN, EJitcr. JltArtlunyibruavY 1, "Jfl. [From the Newark Advocate.] The Coming Campaign in The Coming Campaign in Ohio---How to Organize. The meeting of Democratic State Central Committee at Columbus on the 10th was a spirited affair, and t counsel of niany of the load ing men of ,tlio party from all parts of the State.- It will be seen that the first day of June was fixed on as the lime for linking the State Convention. There was no division of sen timent in the meeting as to the practicability of electing a Dcniocralio Slate ticket in October next. Much indefinite talk was indulged in with ref erence to. the necessity of or ganization and proper plans to pursue. One gentleman pres ent thought it a vital matter that Hie Slate Executive Com- inilleeshould make a liberal distribution of speeches and documents.. This was prompt ly met by asking where the money was to be procured to pay for thorn V As a matter of course, documents are very do-, si ruble, but the man or com mi...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 1 February 1871

l)c, inquirer. I'UliM.SlIEDEVRIty WEuNKHIIAf 11Y - Kniron nd rnoi'itiF.TOB. OFFICE In Heeond Htovy of lluwen's Handing, North sum or Muiii ati'uet, liaKt or Court IloasO. Terms of Subscription. One conV, ouo Ve.ir,....Sl 001 One copy, 8 mna..SI 00 Oneoopy, Hu.oiitha ... 75 Ono copy, 4 mos.. Ml If not paid within tlio year w... 2 00 Clubs of Twenty 20 HO The Dtmoertilla Kaqntrtr crc.iilulca FKHK OK roSTAQli, Within the limits of Vinton County. A fnlliire to notify ft discontinuance nt tho end of tlio tlmo tiilMorlbed Tor, will be taken ua a uow engagement or Bubaor1iilU.il. n- . i Advertising Rates. WTTThMpaCo ne.miploil by 8 linos of this (Nonpareil) Ivposlinll oonstltuo a square. 'One square, one week SI "II Onosquaro, 3 weeks $2 On Kauli aihlillonrt Insortkiii Insertion r0 All iilvertl'-ln for shorter period than three months, whsrij.'il nt tho nbovo r.itcs. Legal Ailv-ri.iHoiiienlH jl 00 per sqnnrn for first liivirllnn; and AO coins peraqnure lor each additional Vnorilnii. iiulo ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 1 February 1871

O? IT! THE GREAT a- ibsr i We are now the Sola Proprietors of the above Celebrated GIN. None genuine unless the Registered TRADE MARK and OFFICIAL SEAL of this Company appears upon every pot tle. We are also MANU FACTURERS and SOLE PROPRIETORS of ROBACK'S FILLS, EOBACK'S BLOOD PUBfflER The above Prepara tions are for Sale by all Druggists and Patent Medicine Dealers every where. II. S. Proprietary Meite Co. CINCINNATI, OHIO. ESTABLISHED 1B04 . 1871 1871 lMTISBUKGII POST. THE OLDEST DEMOCRATIC DAILY ih the state. this Leading Democratic Jourm. OF WESTEE5 PEHirSTL VANIA ; Tin: riTTRiiunou Post, the ndvnonto r.fPo litlral llcfomi; hciiimiuicid anil Just irovcrn. limit, in w lilcli nil the rights if ihecit in-n 111. recognized unci respected ; ami the ballot-box kept free from niilititry liilrrrerenec and new domination : Tin) cuoniv of Monopoly; llc trcni linicnt in every Department ; ( ivH-i'rvlcc liofonn; aii'l tho payment, of the bonded debt strictly accord injr to contruet: It is t...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 8 February 1871

VOL.. 5.1 J.W.BOWEN, I I Fobiliher and Proprietor J M' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1871. f "J I i f I I ft. Bk. . k Cuquirer. J. W. BOWEN, Editor. "FRANKLY SPEAKING, WE AVER THAT 'THE LIVING AGE' HAS NO EQUAL IN ANY COUNTRY." HAS NO EQUAL IN ANY COUNTRY."---Philadelphia Press. Littell's Living Age, Of which moro than One Hundred Volumes have been issued, has ro - coived the commendation of Jiidjro Story, Chancellor Kent, President " Adams, Historians Sparks, l'roscott. Uancroft, and Ticknor, Rov. Henry "Ward Boccher, and many others; rnnd it admittedly -'continues to . etand at the head 01 its class. Issued every Saturda,, itgivca fifty two numbers of sixty-tour, pa ges each, or more than Three Thousand Double-Column Octavo Pages of reading matter yearly; und is the only compilation that presents, with 11 satisfactory completeness as well us freshness, the best EssayR, Ro viows, Criticisms, Tales Poetry, Scientific, Biographical', Historical, nnd Political in...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 8 February 1871

f Ije (Enquirer. J, W. BOWES, Editor. McArthui; February 8, "71. are pleased to say that lion. Almond SotLK, member of the Houb of Representatives from this county, is always in attendance during the session of that body. He is never absont . from his duty, as many other members are. When there is nn adjournment from Fri day until Tuesday, ho romains ut the Capital City bo as to put in an early appearance. It would bean excellent idea for the Legislature to adjourn forthwith and stop tho lonk from tho treasury, but as tho End Jcals have a majority in both branch ca, they propose staying up thero until leaves appear on the buckeye trees. John T. Wilson for Governor. Some of the little Radical papors of this Congressional district, which are supported revenue bf- hv the salary o . lice, and expect everyday bo kicked out 01 omcu, uuu look to Wilson for "protec have the brazen MV - tion,' dence to favor Wilson tor Governor- It is hard, to tell what they will propose next. But would it n...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 8 February 1871

Ije (Enquirer. PUBLISHED EVBHY WEONBDDAY 11 Y J". XV. Bowen, KDITOK AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICE In . Hecoud Htory of llowen's Building, North Side of Muln Street, Kust of Court House. Terms of Subscription. One copy, ens year,. ...SI 00 1 One copy, 8 men. .! 00 One eopy, months One copy, 4 uios . . 60 If not paid within the yer 00 Clubs of Twenty W0 Tint rhrmoeratla Xttqnirir erctdstes FRRB OF P04TAQK within th Hunts of Vinton County. A falters to notify a llseontlniianc t the end of the time subscribed tor, will be taksa m knew engagement er enbeerlplloB. Advertising Rates. OTTTh tpaos neeopted by 8 inee of thli (Nonpareil) tvpeshsllciinstltue s square. One eqn.re.one week 1 no 1 Onesqnsrs, weeks 00 Each s.lrtlllnal Insertion Insertion ....... ... .... 60 All edrertUIni for a shorter period then throe ninntha,ehrsed at the above ratea. Leial Advertisements HI 00 per square for Drat Insertion; and W oenU per square for each additional Inversion. - . ,,,, , Utile and FIgnre Work 60 cent" ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 8 February 1871

pQST OFFICE DIRECTORY OF UNITED STATES. Bevised and Corrected by the Post Omoe Do- port men t to November 1, 1M0. Giving ofneers of the Department, organlza tion of the Dnparimont, Pt roads, until con tracts, domostio und foreign postage, an act to amend the laws relating to the Post Utllco De partment and postsRe laws, monUily registers, advertised letters, sales of stamps and stamped eoveloixw. regulations respecting the rcglstia (ion of letters, violHtionB ol law, fractional enr renoy, etc., rules, free mail nintter,ninrklng and rating stamps, money order offices; nlso, pott offices arranged alphabetically, giving counties and Post-masters. Published by W. K 8TATI A, Cincinnati, O. Price for paper 13 80. Cloth f CO. M ailed In Miy address lor 80 cents extfa for postage. Post Office Directory of Oh to Giving the came alho United Rtntes Dlrec torv In pmt office In wi, but .the lasted oos nfOhinonly. Price lor paper 60 cents. Cloth ,afott)fflce Directory of Ohio, Tndfnna, Mich igan,...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 15 February 1871

'St.',- --sr3 .VOL. 5. f J, W. BOWTf, I I Pablliher nd Propnotor. i M' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1871. $1.60 PER YEAR, t I la Aihsics. tlje (Enquirer. Jt W, BOtVEN, Editor. I II frill I III! I "FRANKLY SPEAKING, WE AVER THAT 'THE LIVING AGE' HAS NO EQUAL IN ANY COUNTRY." ---Philadelphia Press. Littell's Living Age, "Of which moro than One Hundred I olumes hitvo been issued, linn re ceived the commendation of Judge .Story, Chancellor Kent, President Adams, Historians .Sparks, Proscott, Bancroft, and Tickiior, Rov. Henry , AiViit'd Beechcr; and many others; ..and it admittedly ''continues to stand at the head of its class." Issued every Saturday, it wyos fifty " two numbers oi'sixtjMouj'.'pa-' .. ges each,, or moro than Three Thousand Double-Column Octavo Pages tf reading mallei' yoarly; and is the ' only compilation that prcBonta, With a satisfactory completeness as woll as freshness, the best Essays, Re views, . Criticisms. Tulos Poetry, ' Scientific, Biog...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 15 February 1871

r. i ' - - l)c (Enquirer, J. W. BOWEN, Editor. M Arthnr, February 1 57 1 . [From the New York Day Book.] Hard Times in New York. . ..Our exchanges -are making mention that New. York is full of idle men, and that the Coop. "cr Institute reading room is visited daily by hundreds, who ' have no work, and whose fami lies need the necessaries of life.' , This is a startling truth. There; is an immense amount of distress among the artisans of New York city, and of the whole country; and in the ' main, it is produced by the terrible taxation which so en hances the cost of productions, that there is less of these pro ductions created now per capita than ten years ago. But huge taxation is not all the trouble, Singular as it is, the fact ex- . a .. ... r - . - ists, that although Jaoor is drug in the market place, it is nevertheless dear. Every me chanic whose , line of work connected with house building for instance, from the man who lays the foundation wall, to the carpenter, brick layer, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 15 February 1871

. . PUBUHUKD KVKltr WKDNB8PAY BY T. . 7W J3crOT-rL .' ! ,". .: EDITOR AND PHOl'RISTOIl. " OFFICE In Second Mtorv of Bowen'i ilulldlng, North Bide of Mala Struct, Jtust of tjourc House. Terms of Subscription. Ana mn. nnn runt. 1 Hfl I Oris ennv. 8 mo.. SI 00 One cony, (months... 16 One copy, 4 mot.. 60 If not paid within the y Mr 00 Olubt of Twenty.... , $20 00 The Dtmnorntlo Kwjulrtr ercnlates FHKK Of I'OSTAUt. within tne lliniu or Vinton uouniy, A fsllnrs to notify a discontinuance lit ttio end of tho Hint suhscrlNsd for, will be tnkon unovr engagement sr moMriyMoa. Advertising Rates. ITThe span occupied by 8 line of tills (Nonpareil) t vpe shall oonalltue a square. ... One sqniire,nne week t 00 1 Onaaqusro,8 weeks $2 00 Each allltlonl insertion Insertion BO All advertising for a shorter period than thrc months. ahariMil at til abov rule. Legal Advertisements 1 00 pr square for flrnt Insertion; and 60 cents per square for each additional Inversion. ltule and Figure Work 60 osnte ad...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 15 February 1871

pOST OFFICE DIXECTOEY OF UNITED STATES, Revised and Corrected by the Post Office De purlment to November 1, 10(0. . Kiving oflU-cri of tho Department, organize .11 b.tH.nnl ..net VndfllL Wlllll COB- T on ni iiw i-TiiniuinHir, - -. - - - I j fnM fln ..nalnfrA nil rt to tracts, ci"inr!in; mi iwn inn F " ' . . .V... V. amend the laws relating to the l'ost Office De partment sua poiiiiujsu itii, tdvcrtlted lottcrs, tides of stamps euct stain pen envelopes, regulations roapcct.tnn- the rcg sua- lion OI leuera, vioiiiuu v. -"ViV... reney, to..rulw, free mall matter, "arkjug una rauug siamps, ncj ,, . iri poet office arranged alphabetically, giving eonntiw and Post-imutjrs. ,,.,, ft ny address lor 80 cent extra for postage Post Office Directory of Oh io OWwt . mm H Vultea, state. PI ree- "rwOluVe Dlrectnrvof Olilo, Infllr, Mlc li teSlCwwcUvSa Missouri. 1'i-lce lor paper $1 5. Cloth $1 W. The Japans Corn t'ile.-ThU Is no bmnhg It Sethi onlv article cm made whi. h wt .-mi corns" mub or thick...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 22 February 1871

Sfei . 4, .?;,;3t a Fi J 1 1 lift, ; j; &-cMbsf jjjWf VOL, 5. f J. W. I Pnblluhor BOWEN, I and Proprietor, i M' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1871, i $1 .50 1 PER YEAR, I 1 In Advance. NO. C; A BEAUTIFUL PREMIUM r02 iHE SUBSCHliJEES OF m I Ml Fisie liitliograpk Portrait OF- At considerable oxponso wo liavo contracted for 1,100 liiirgc Lithograph Portraits! (Size 11 x 18 inches?) Of our cstocmcd U. S. Senator, lion. Allen G. Tiiukman, to bo mado to ourordor from a fino Photograph furnished by Hon. J. II. Putnam, Ed itor of tho Chillicothe Advertiser, which will bo , Ei3.itiT53lo for 3J,3Ttl3lIlSr, making a very Slanilsomc Ornament for the rarlor or Library, WOllTIl $2 13 AC 31! which wo will prosont to "Every 0!i & Hew Sitarto to tlie Eciiiccratic Enpircr, til Hard 15, 71, On tho following conditions: Each ono of our subscribers in arrears who will pay up his indebtedness a'r.d a year's subscription in advance, will bo cntitlod to tho Portrait. Each ofo...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 22 February 1871

l)c (Enquinr. J, W. EOWM, Editor, GALLIPOLIS, McARTHUR & COLUMBUS RAILROAD. The First Annual Meeting of the Stockholders. The Election of Directors for the Ensuing Year! la pursuance of previous no tice given by publication the stockholders of the Oallipolis, Jtfc Arthur &, Columbus liail road, who reside in tho coun ties of Gallia, Jnckson, Vinton, aud Hocking, through which tho road will be located, as sembled in the city of Galli polis, on Tuesday, February 1-1, 1871, and elected the following named gentlemen seven in Lumber Directors for tho en suing year : ; - AV. II. Langloy...... 2,074 Reubon Alcsluro 2,4C0 Wm. Shobor 1,843 W. Englo 1,511 II. S. Lundy 2,400 T. 1$. Duvis 2,400 J. J. OulbortBon 2,272 ' The four first named gentle men arc residents of Gallia county ; Mr. Bundy resides in Jackson; Mr. Davis in Yinton, and Mr. Culbertsou in Hocking. There was a ticket voted fur iu iu opposition to the above gen tlemcu. The ticket was com posed of the following named gentle...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 22 February 1871

fu l)c (Smquiw. VU1I-IHII-D-VHUY WEDNKSUAY IIY ir. "W- Bowen, KDITOll AND MtOl'KIKTOn. , .. . "OFFICE-In tmeond story of liowoii's llulMliiK, North, fcililo of Mulu 6 trout, mt of Court House. Terms of Subscription. Vno copy, no year 1 ISO I Ono copy, 8 )Z copy, months ! I Ono copy, 4 mo.. . 60 ifnotpaldwllhlntho year Club, of Twenty .'-. ....v ... Tho Vfmntratla Enquirer eronlntea FEES OK .OSTAOIS within tho llmlta of Vinton County. A failure to notify a illsoontlnunnco at tho ond of tho 'tlmo -uta-1? "d for, will bo taken H now engagement Advertising Rates. nrriierioeou)lcil hy BVfnoa of tills V.Alon; na5Uoonl. ptiqiu.ro for oaoh aflaitloniil innCHlon. . ,. .j.llllnnn.V Kulc Hurt rlguro '"'-'" ""'"n 0T 8 most !4 !' n10"' . M moil 8 B On io on 12 00 15 no so on !T 00 44 00 ,Ono squaro, .Two squares, Throo squares, Four bqii iros, Blx squares, V. ciilumn, 1. holtirnn. f 8 no 6 no ' fl0 TOO ono ii.no vi oo 15 00 T0 a i oo 80 00 X)m oolanin. Nn"? Uunaway Wive, or IIu.bana.-doblb "T;rl...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 22 February 1871

J. W. EOWEN, tilitor. -Si.-- ft! 'A rlhii r, February ,"71. It is tlm tliligcnl head alone that uiukdli rich in st'U'ciilturc, ji'ttwtli iu wisilon and also in lntsiiics.s." Kvory hvnncli of knowledge wliieh a good m an possess he may apply to some good pur pose. Sir tlodci'ick MiircViaon's belief in the safety of Dr. Liv ingstone is not generally shared in England. Tho longer we live, and the more we think, the higher val ue wo learn to put on the friendship and tenderness of parents and friends. Evelyn truly remarked, that all is vanity which is not honest, and there 13 no solid wisdom but in real piety. Ai Indiana girl when asleep recites Greek, but when awake i3 utterly ignorant of that Ian cnaco. This is an Indiana euphuism for saying she snores Tho wind blows with such force in Colorado that when a man losses his hat he has to tel cgraph to the next station to have some one stop it. Those who reprove us are more valuable mends than those who flatter us. The progress requires e...

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