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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 1 March 1871

I , - 5. J. J. W.BOWEtJ, I I Pnblishsr tad Proprietor. J VOL M'ARTllURi VINTON COUNTY, OfltOY WEDNESDAY tMUAftV fct, 1871. A BEAUTIFUL PREMIUM ! FOB THE STTBSCRtBERS OF 1 DEMOCRATIC Fine ILitliograplt Portrait -OF- ' At considerable expense wo havo contracted for 1,100 Large Lithograph Portraits! (SiZcttxluincW) Of our cutoemod TJ.S. Senator, lion. AtLfcN G. Tuubman, to bo made to Ottr ordor from a fine Photograph furnished by lion. J. 11. fUTSAit, Ed itor of the Chillicothe Advertiser, which will bo &nitit3le for JPrtxmixiB, fnaking a very Handsome Ornnincitft for the Parlor or Library, WOKTll $2 EACH! which wo will present to Every 01 J & New Sitaiita to tie Democratic Bper, til March 15, 71, On the following conditional Each one of our subscribers in at'roars who will pay up his indebtedness and a year's subscription in advance, will bo entitled to the Portruit. Each of our subscribers who have paid ono year In advance, from Jan. 18, 1871, (commencement of Vol. 5,) will b...

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 March 1871

ljc (Enquirer, J. W. BOWEN, Editor, .ll'Artlnir. March 1, 1871. The Northern Pacific Railroad. ;.. This second highway across the continent is now iu full jiroccas of construction. Last July contracts were let for LuilJinff the Ftistern division, rrtfir.hinrr acroes the State of - o Minnesota from Duluth, at the head of. Lake - Superior, 210 miles to the crossing of the Red Eiver of the North. With several . thousand men employed the grading on this section is fast, - approaching completion, and' the irou is be ing laid at the rate - of one or two miles a day, In the mean time engineers are locating the line westward through central Dakota ; preparations are com pleted for ' the , commencement of work at the Facifio end ne spring, and thereafter the work of construction will ; be prose cuted 'from both extremities to ward the centre. ''In. addition to this, the Northern" Pacific Company have recently , purchased and practically consolidated with their own line the St. Paul arid Paci...

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 March 1871

Km rUBMHIIKO KVKItr WKbSMHAV EI11T0II AND PHOi'liwrnn. OFFICE In Hocoild Htory of Howon'a IIiiIMIii'K, Norlll Sklu of Hula ISIicct, Kast of t,ourt Homo. . Taring of Subscription. - O:io copy, one Mr,... SI " I One copy. S mns..l W line copy, 0 uionthti TS Oiw copy, 4 iiuis.. W If not paid within llio year Clubs of Twenty i0 TIk' Pfnnnmth Kmjnirte dreiilatea FUKR OK rOSI'AUK wlllilatho IlinlU ir Vinton County. A failure lo notify discontinuance nt tlio end or the 'tlnio sulnerlN M for, will l' liikim as now engagement or uUoilr'lo-i. .1 Advertising Rates. lrVThenr.aoceiiiiodhy8hneoflhl(Hohparoll tvno Jl.nll o mHlltuo a niimrp. O.)o an,a:iro, on wek l W One square. 8 weeks ?2 no Kuril additional Insertion Insertion.. " . All .UrlWji fr shorter period than three months, c'lnru'cd Pit tli ubovo nilo. Legal A.Wcrtl.mients-loil per square for drat Uurtlo.it mil oO ounte por aipuire for eaoh additional Insertion. . . . .,.,', Utile Mil Figure Wore oil conn steiiiiuiiin ft nml'. 0 num. 12 m...

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 March 1871

,f tVAio.. Pfaihftir iMtruvtMav lIAlir&lt'S DAKAlt. A MimAentcnt containing numerous full-etaed taHoni of useful arercaacownptiulu., tUe pu- Htwi?' i5taiMontoi M rblltt Wlvj9r the Hwr.f lifcnwrWwklv, printed on eiinurlne raMmrettal paper, anu npuutiwmu vwi tta.rrer,s tlawf contains, lddos pictures JwWrne,t;te., variety Of mat ter of wiwc la lise ami interest so in "' ; . Ti iVJ i.culth, dress, nntl housekeeping I' limnohes( its editorial matter I'M'"'! led to tho circle ll ta iMtondcd to ""tf"' instruct! turn it nun, dcskics, a-" " literary matter of merit. IU " J 'ril"? that the Journal, with such Icnturos, has Sieved lu a short time n Immense 'I IXShmgoflts kind w?.','rii ondofl..m.lueudll puWi.taH" hvo filled the demand. The youug lady w'1" buJJ ',' Ir e number or iiarperj; '.. ; - Il K Mtot" Like all the periodi cals which the HurporH publish, it is almoat ideally well edited, niid the clatta of reader, for . - . . . .... ... Mnil.iiM An1 nftturn. fewlnaverammllioa-can not b...

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 March 1871

VOL 5, J 1: W.BOWEN, I I Pabllibar and Proprietor.-) M'AIiTttUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, MAftCrT 8, M; 7 VJWj" ,111111 ' IK- nir '"' ' ' "' '': ' ' ' ' - ; " : A BEAUTIFUL PREMIUM ! for the Subscribers of m Fine lithograph Portrait " OF Mom. IPfowmmi ! At considerable ojtponso wo have contracted for 1,100 Large Lithograph iW traits! (Siss 111 18 inches!) Of our ostoemod If. 3. Senator, lion. Allin G. TauasiAtf, to bo mado to our ordef from a fine Photograph furnished by lion. J. II. ItitkAM, Ed itor of the Cliillicotk Advertiser, iivfti will bo making a very Handsome Ornament for which wo will present to Every 01J & New Siitarita id tie Democratic Enquirer, tl March 15, 71, On lite following conditions'. Each otto of onr subscribers in arrears and a year s subscription in advance, will bo entitled to tne Portrait. l5ach of ottr subscribers who have paid ono year In advance, from Jan; 18, 1871, (commencement ot Vol. ISnch subscriber who has paid less ii.. -i i -'11 uie 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. — 8 March 1871

!)c "(Enquirer;- J, W, EOWEK, Editor, M'Artlmr. March 8, 1871. To the Democracy of Vinton County. .At no time in the history oi thia country was there ever a greater demand for a thorough organization of the Democracy titan Kt the present time. At least two very important cam paigns are approaching. Time ana advantage 19 gained in a. m6st every undertaking by commencing early. The peo pie of this country have . been taught a lesson by thoughtless. ly allowing the reins of the Government to paaa from the hands of the ' Deinociacy into the clutches of bitterly poison, overbearing, and tyrannical Radicalism a lesson that will never be forgotten. The wick ed Radical Rule has been tried and quietly submitted to du ring the past ten years only to the detriment of every hard working, honest citizen. The time has now, come when the people want a change in the administration; and in order to effect this speedily, the work must commence in every school district, and township in thia State. Th...

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 March 1871

f Ijc (Enquires ' I'UHI.ISHF.D KVKKY WKPNMHI1AY BY flr. "W". Bowen, EDITOR AND PKOl'KIKTOIl. OFFICE 111 , HukuiiiI Ktory of Howell's ItiilldlnK, North Kids of Mutil Street, Kiwi uf Court llousu. s ... , Tarma' of Subscription. On copy, on year,.. ..81 Ml One Copy, 8 Oiim.,81 00 Miixmpy, 6 mouths ... 73 One copy, 4 dim.. 60 If not pulil within the yenr 900 Olubi ofTwenty K0 0O Tli Pfmnardtln Xuqnlrtr crnnlstc FBKK OF POSTAGK within the limit of Vinton County. A Culture t notify ilUoontinnniiea at the cnil uf tlie time imhwrlS sd for, will be token as a now onBgomont or luuiorlpHun. Mi M ' Advertising Rates. B-ITTh apace ocoiiplod by 8 linoaof this (Nonpareil) type shall S'lhallina aiqiiure. One square, on week 81 01) I One square, 8 weeks 2 00 Eah wlillt.lonal Insertion Insertion.. ........... .. 00 All advertising for a alwrter period than three months, ehria at ihsnbove rate. , Lewi A.Wertlaeinenta-SlOO ier square for first lnwrtlim;ai.il&Oceiit persuuaro for each additional It...

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 March 1871

JT. W.BOWEN, Editor. The Legality of the Fifteenth Amendment. A chsq Iihh arisen in New lwrti TownsliSp, Camden county, iw Jrnwy, uiuler the pres ent odinus find abominable Congitssjoiin election law, which promises to bring be fore the Courts tlie validity of the Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United State. The defendant, one Francis Soudeif, has been found guilty of illegfdly interfering by force with the qualified ne gn voters from exercising the right of suttragc. J. no counsel i)f Souders raised the direct question that the negroes were not legal voters. The import ance of the question is such that he may for the present be bought off by those who are nfrnid of its undergoing legal revision and examination, but in the end it must come before the Supreme Court of the Uni ted States. That tribunal will ho. asked to pass upon these " A t uuestions : 1. Whether Conirress had the right to coerce the ratifica tion by a State. 2. Whether the votes of In diaiia and New ...

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 March 1871

( WIS t: . VOL. 5. S 3. W.BOWEN, I l Publisher ud Proprietor. J M' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15,1871. NO, 9.. A BEAUTIFUL PREMIUM! POR THE SUBSCRIBERS OP flPDIMF m muuiuii Fine ILitlaograpli Portrait OF ... i. ... - . . At considerable expense wo have contracted fur 1,100 Larc lithograph l'orlrail! (Size 11 x 16 inches!) Of our esteemed U. S. Senator, Hon. Amjbn Cr. Tiiukman, to bo made to our order from a fiuo riiotog'raph furnished by Hon. J. II. Tutna-m, Ed itor of Uio ChUUcothe Adccrtiser, which will bo JSixitolDl for jn?jae3LiTi&, making a very Handsome Ornament for (lie "Parlor or Library, WUKTH UACII! which wo will present to Every Oli & to Mscrita to tlie Democratic Iprer, til Ajril 15, 71, On tho following conditions:. Each one of our subscribers in arrears ar.d a year s subscription m udvanco, will bo entitled to the lortrait. Each of our subscribers who havo paid one j-car in advance, from Jan. 18, 1871, (commencement of VoU 5,) will bo entitle...

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 March 1871

vIjc (Enquirer; J, W. EOWEN, Edit. MWrtluir, March Iff, 1871. Our Railroad---The Routes between Dundas and Gallipolls. I,iist week we promised to publish in this paper .1 comrau jiicilion from tlio (tallipolis Journal, signed "Friend of "the Uoail," at Ihickeye Furnace, in wliicli (ho Little Ilaecoon Val ley route was favored for loca ting the road from Gallipolis to Dutulas, but wo have since read an able article on the con struction of the lluilroad in the (iallipolis Bulletin and the Journal, written by President Langlky, and another by "Frieud of the Road No. 2," we have concluded to omit it. We copy the following from President Lanqley's article: "All practicable routes will be "carefully examined by com "peteut engineers and the best judgment of the Directors "with the aid of the engineers "will be exercised in making the most judicious selection "for the location of the road, "all things considered for or against (lie different route?; "All want the road, but it can- "not run...

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 March 1871

poiitiatiic'u every Vr-ltl&NiuiDAY nv BBITpll AftD l'BOl'BlETOtt. ... , OFFlCE-In HiMxmit Ktoiy of liowim s ' ilulldlng, North 81) of Main Btrect, feast of .vourt House. . . Terms of Subscription. 'Ons copy, ons year,....$l W I On copy, 8 inos..I 00 On. copy, ""''" "I 0n' "'M 4 h'" jf not paid within tho year '' 00 blubs of Twenty.... Z . The Tmonrufo Kli'i'Urer crcnlalea FBhtt OK TOUT AO K within tho limits of Vlnlun Oounty. , A rallum to notify ft dLcongnnnnoa nt tho end of, the HnVaubanrlN.a for, Hl b. taken ai now cngBi.oit or lubsorlpdoi. ... t't- t -f Advertising Bates. : airTll.spae.anccni.1eA by 8lSno AirililB Honoll) Vvne ahull onnaUtue. .o,iinr6. .... . a -va. C. aqni.ro, Art ock 1 One. apiaro, 3 we,. N Kiwh wlftltlimKl InnwVnn Inaertlnn.... .......... ou Ah ..UertlsliiK Mr short erporlod than three 'ni..iith. Churned at tne above rates. , Losa. A.lveflltnlfl INI rr sonar for fin. ini.rth.ii; and 60 oouta or mjnaro for e. h .l.litlnul Twoaqiuros, $ " .1 ,U ft Four sou ...

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 March 1871

..:W AIIH AM"" WATCHES. The extensive use nf these watches for the .last llllocu vents liv J tail way Conductors, fcnicl liters ami KxpTessinout the oust cxaitirtr, of v-ateh-wcnivi-H. lias thoronuhly iloiiionsliuloil I',,.. -Iii iil'IIi Hlcinltnt-ss. dui-iihilil v unit iiuciiru- , v of tliu Wtillhiwi Watch. To satisfy that ti ns In nil Uic-iu respects, Is to dciilo tho (iics linn us tn Hie ru:il value of those Uiue-kcepcrs. Moid tllllll j'H).tKK 111' lllCStt W cllOStllO now fin ukiint fur themselves in tlio ockcts of Hie people u proof and it (,'uariuiluoP of tholrsiipo a-iibii I V Avitl h)1 ..Lino's. 'I'lm tiniiti iiir iii'irim i'.illt nn mill irroilt extent oi i Ihu tjiuiininv's works at Wiilllmiii. enables tlicinlo produce watches at price which ren der cuntpeUUoii futile, and huso who buy nny oilier wulcli merely pay ironi iiu . ru o fin. thili' iviiit-lii I tin 1 1 Ik necessary. These time-pieccs omlii)0 every luiprovo- lllcnt that II ll'lllf. CXpi'l icncc nun ... practical us...

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 March 1871

(Iff it liif iiiff : " ; ' - ty-a, -. .'VH. v yoL. 5. Faf iitlw a?dVr?.tor. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22,1871. NO, 10, A BEAUTIFUL PREMIUM ! ; -1 FOB TES SUBSCMBERS OF II MOM Fine ILitliograpli Portrait - of ('...'' " - ' . ,,,.. ... , ,rrtn" At c'onsidorablo oxponso wo have contracted for 1,100 Large Lithograph Portraits! (Siio Hz 16 inches!) Of our esteemed U. S. Sonator, Hon. Aixxn G. Thcbman, to bo made to our order, from.a fino Photograph furnished by lion. J. II. Putnam, Ed- Itor of tlio Chillicothe Advertiser, which will bo 3-u.itci.i3lo for DF'roro.in.er, making a very ; Mai.risomc Ornament fr the Parlor or Library AYOKTII $ EACH! which wo will present to Every OU & New Snliscribar to tbe On the following conditions: Each one of our subscribers in arrears r.d a year a subscription in advance, will be entitled to the rortrait. Each of our subscribers who have paid one year in advance, from Jan. 18, 1871, (commencement of Vol. Each subscriber who has ...

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 March 1871

J, W. BOWEN, Editor. f 1'' MMrtlmr. March 22, 18? i. Thirty-Four Millions to Land Grabbers and Nothing to the Soldiers. Tlio forty-first Congress,' wlncli nujoui neuon the 4th inst., gave 1-hirty-fpuy millions! ofcres of the public lauds , to the land grabbers, but refused ;.to give even one acre to the poor and crippled 'soldiers whose votes - I '''mn,v-T?niiiMja tn MMiffrACa lr. fill'! NfT. ATI ncre to the soldiers ! But thirty four millions to the rich ; land monopolists I Soldiers, do you see how you have been' deceiv cd by the Radical Congress V - .i , . In 1860 you were promised one hundred and Eixty acres of land if you would vote for Lincoln, which you or most of you did, and ' a Radical Congress . has been in session ever since, and yon done the'fighting for " them, and still you are without the "promised land.". About one year'ago a bill was introduced giving all soldiers lands, but the bill was defeated because the Radical Congress' wanted to give the lands to rich land- ...

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 March 1871

PUBblHHBO KVEBY WBVNK8DAY BY , , KlHVOIt AND rnOl'BIKTOIl. riK-PinRlii Hnnnml Htnrv of Howell's lluildlng, -North Biilo of Main Btreut, Eiutt of court Howie. . Terms of Subscription. . Ono copy, one ydir $1 W I One opy, 8 mos,.8l 00 One nopy, month.... 75 Ono copy, 4 mm.. 60 tr not paid within tho yoar SO" OtubS of Twenty '. WOO Tho' PtrnMniUo Kitqntrtr emulates FRKB OF POST AI1K within the limits ofVintntt County. ' A rllnt tii nallfVa iHseontlmianes t the end of tho time subvirlNad fbt-t will bo luken aa anew engagement or auhaarlpnm. v- Advertising Rates. IMnrh space ocoiiplecl hyghnosof till (HoBpBrelb Ivpetrmll eeiislllue asqnarei . Out wiwr,one week 81 I One square, 3 weeks $2 00 l,'.h .,i,ULl.,nl Insertion insertion OU . All a.ltertirtni Ar a shorter period thlb three MkA.wAfl at tho above rates. . Leirai Altloiiient SI 00 per square for Arst Insertion; toil 60 eeiiti par squaro for ea.li ailtlltioiiul "II'm?.. '.".'.l tTlBiira Work SO eonta aMItlonnl. One square, '.: 1 8 00....

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 March 1871

A CHEAT ?.'E.3AL DISCOVERY. MILLIONS Hear Testimony la the Wonderful Curative Bfleeta at SR. WilKIWI CAlIFOHNtA wai.kii rroprkior. a H. HeDoftALS Co Drwgiita aa4 1 1 oa. Aa' to, Baa rimfeM, Cal, awl CI ud M Omni M. .. Vinegar Bitter ar. aot a Tile Faacy Drink. Made of Ior Ban, Wfclaker, Frwat Salrlia tad Refase LI a era doctored, tp4eed aad sweet, ped to please the tasto, sailed "Tonics,' "Appetlf re," "ltetoren.N e., that lead Ik tippler on to runkenaess and rala, bat are a tra Medicine, mad. ora the Natira Itoot and Uerba of California, Ire rasa all Aleahallo Htlll. They art tba 1RKAT BLOOD PURIFIER and A UH UT1NC FJUKXirLK, a perfect Renovator aad nigoratorof the Byatcm, carrying off al( polionona latter aad restoring tka blood toakealthr condition, o person can take thee Bitter according to dlreo oat aad remala long novel!, provided tbelr bonec re not deatrojrsd by mineral poison or other mean, ad tba vital organ waited beyond the point of r. air. Tfcer ar a Ocatlo Fartailvo aa ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 29 March 1871

mm 1 -J VOL. 5. f J.W.BOWEN, I I Publlahor and Proprietor.) M' ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1871. i 1 60 Pin YEART ' '"'tin TIT:..: . ;..::::. -4 ' . b .v : ., YOTX ALL IIAVIS HKAIID Ot Hoofland's German Bitters, AND Prepared liy Dr. C. M. Junkaon, rtiilil.-lLhli riiolr intmdiieUoii Into till couiiiry Ihim Uermiin Msurrud in . They Cured Your Fathers and Mothers nil will euro ynn nml your children. Tlmy lire ei Jraly tlillnruHl. from Mm many piopurAllimi' now I lio country culled lllllormir 'I'nnh. Tln'.v Am nu avern IMdiuirHiliinH. iiriiiivililiiL' IUn lliom ;' ft II imoc tuiiovl, lolluliltt iiiodielmw. Tlmy nru Tfia gvenltfl known tumnllmfm Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, Jaundice. Diseases of the Kidneys 'ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN lid nil DlHotiaci nrlntiur lYum A PUurderod l.lvn Itonmcli, nr . IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD Viiiallpallnn, Fliilnliinro, inward rile, Fiiliwx o Iilooil In Him 1 1 cm I .Acidity of ihe Siiunnc.li, Nmi ten, llciul hiini. nl'iiaUu...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 29 March 1871

l)c (Snqttircr. J. W. EOWEN, Editor. M'Arthim March 21), 1871. The Democratic Strength in the House. Tlie DtMiiocratio. strength in t tie House will be increased to one hundred members by tlie gain in New Iliimnsliire and the decision of the Committee on Elections in favor of Ed- ""ward"," Democrat, whose seat was contested. Three more are expected' fro;n the Con necticut election, two from , , California .and two from Texas, which will make the House stand at the next session 13G KcpuWicans to 107 Democrats. As there are 213 members, ' and a majority i3 122, the Democrats will then only lack fifteen votes to control the House. However, with the present number, which destroys the two-thirds rule, and the re inforcements they are con stantly receiving from the Rev enue Reform Republicans, they have thus far in the session carried every measure they have brought forward, and de feated all attempts of the Radicals at, extreme legislation. in the House. Mob Law in Paris. Paris is under ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 29 March 1871

l)c (Enquirer. I'UIILIHIIEI) KVKKY WKDMKHDAY 11V X. "VC". Bowon, EDITOK AND J'li.Jl'ltlRTOH. OFFICE In becoml . Story of Howell's llulldlng, NortU HUlo of Main Btreet, E.wl Court Houso. - Terms of Subscription. On oopy, uw year,... .?! Ml I One eopy, 8 nio..$l One copy, months ... 18 Ono copy, 4 mo. . If not putil within tiro year , 2 i Cllnb of Twenty JM Tho i(W()(i('(((fo Rtqittrtr rrenlates FltKK OK l'OKTAOK within the limits of Vintim County. A failure tn notify a ilieontlniiiica at tlio ami oftlio (lina aiihacrlNid fur, will bo takes aa knew eagagvinent Or aiih.erii'ln.i. Advertising Hates. ftfTlieapi'ioe.eiiilil l.y Slinea of tlila (Nonpareil) trim slmll o mitt line a iqniire. line e,niire,nne wuek if I U0 Onaarpiere.ll weeks 82 IyHi inlilliiunid Initiation Insertion All mluTtlslmt for a ahnrter porlod than three Wlmtlia, aharawl at Ilia above rut pa. ' Leifal Ailviritsemonla $1 IKI per square for firrit Invrtlon; mil "i0 ocu por square, fur em.li aililllloiuil iii4ir9ioH. Kal...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 29 March 1871

A CHEAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY. '. nillXIONH Uonr Testimony to tbe ., ' - '! i. Wonderful Curntlve Ellccta of DII. WAbKKU'S ALIF0HNIA J.WALnril Proprietor. K II. McllUKlUi CO, Onnrsl.ll .nil Jen. As' If, &aa rr.ol.o, O.I nd It and SI Cuanneiri. tu, N.Y Vincirnr Bittern lire not a Tile Fnncy Drink. Mmloof roar Kunt, Whisker, Proof 8plrlta and Jlcfuso Liquors doctored, spiced end twoct cned to plcnsa tlie tusto, cullcil "Tonics "Appetiz ers," " lloatorers," &c Hint IohiI the tippler on to drunkenness nnd ruin, but nroatruo Mctllclno, mailo from tlie Katlro Iloota and Herns of California, (roe from nil Aleoliolio Stimulant. Tlioy aro the GREAT IIl.OOI PIRlFIElt nnd A LIFE MVI.NU I'llIXCIPLIi, n perfect Innovator and lnvljorntor of tho System, currying off nil polsonoua matter and restoring tho blood to a healthy condition. Ko person can take theso Bitters according to illrce ; tlons nnd remain long unwell, provided their bones no not destroyed by mineral poison or other moans, and t...

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