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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 11 June 1873

gJll.l!" 1 J. J ' " - mitiim 'ii iaaatfwi.wi-,l i-tt-t-ihi ,i..iv vwia,,-,,.,,,..,., , --------- ii i ; M!, . , ; . r i", .?'. i W;, 1 1 . 'iiLi i - - jMjjLrz: r"ifys. ir v - -a it w f i a i .... i v ; - .'is ' 'TTTr"ni i r-j: ..A . Sni nn tttttttv ' -W:-i"T'"A''T" ' ; iTATfmrTi ' 1 ' .- ' ' ; . : 1 ' . ' ' - VUUUVil. . M'A TH R VINTON COUNTY OH ( . WRnNTOAY 11 1Q7Q,. , M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11, 1873. NUMBER 22. McMiiur Enquire J. XV, iOWKN, Edlto. and Proprietor. J. W.ROWKX, Editor and Publisher. Terms of Subscription. Onebpy"ioyear.l M) I Onocopy.Hnios 1 00 Onntopy, 0 mos. . . 75 I Olio copy , 4 mo R0 Ifnlt paid w ithlu the year .. 9 0 Clttfs ol Twenty ISO 00 'lliu Mr.Viihur KnI'1HKK circulates KKBK lip nis i AUK within tiio iiinii oi union Canity. i'hc MoArthnr Enuuikbh kucI Tht Ckrlt- tnui Witnr will be sent to one person ono our for fi uu. . A failure to notify a discontinuance at tho mil of the tiinu subscribed fur, will he taken , as a new engagement f...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 11 June 1873

JfcAimiuit Enquirer J. W. BOtVK.V, K.Utor anil Publisher Jij.vuniutt, oiiro . jusk h, icts. Ohio Valley Editorial Union. The sixth annual meeting of the Ohio Valley Editorial Uni on will be held iu Circleville, on Thursday and Friday, June lztn ana loth, 1873. A full attendance of the members of the members of the press is desired, in order that the meeting may be more pleas- ana proutable. , WALTER C. HOOD, Pres't W. S. McCollister, Sec'y. The New Postal Law. The Richmond Equircr goes for the law as follows: The new postal law into effect to dav. and we will have to pay post age on our exchanges. This was a bit of petty Congression al spite, of which the very great 1 111 1r-v -as m 4 - J- men who rule tne naaicai ton gressional roost ought to be ashamed; a childish piece of re taliation on the press which had so manfully, and vigorously as sailed the abuse of the frank ing privilege. They no doubt thought they would raise a howl of rage in journalistic circles by this display of sp...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 11 June 1873

, ICARTIIUR ENQlflREU .JTt: . MOAimiPJl, OHIO, . . JUKE 11. 1818, J J. BOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST MOAIITHUII, OHIO. 1 NO UCSINK8S DONE ON I SATURDAYS, Gkt us one new subscriber. SnKAKixti shocp is in order. j Tin? Modoc war is At Inst at an end. Ouu streets are In good condi tiou. ; ,Very pleasant evenings for prom enading. Strawberry sliortcako will soon lie In fashion. Dkcoration day was not observed nt McArthur. 1 , ' , Tue farm crops in the county are looking beautifully. Dr. Williams, Mayor of Chilli cothe,is not expected to live. - The - grass, etc.," ought to be moved oft' the Court House yard. . The reservoir is a great resort for our young folks on Sunday. Oxe dollar and a half, in advance will pay for The Enquirer for One year. . C. W. Holland, has a canary, that , laid nine eggs. Who can beat it? The potato bugs have not taken charge of the potatoes in this county. Mr. Jones, residing in Zaleski, in this county, was burned out last Tuesday week.; ' ' ' ; ' ; Saturday evenin...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 11 June 1873

McABTnun Enquirer iff tm The Glory of the Farmer. The benefits conferred upon mankind by the fanner and the pleasure which attaches to his vocation, are charmingly portrayed' by Halm Waldo Emerson, in one of his essays, as follows : " The glory of the farmer is that, in the division of labor, it is his part to create. All the trades rest at last on his primitive authority. lie stands close to nature ; he obtains from the earth the bread tind the the food which was not, .he causes to be. The first farmer was the first man, and all his toric nobility rest on the pos session and use of land. Men do not like hard work, but every man has an exceptional respect for tillage and the feeling that thi3 is the original calling of hi race, that he himself is only excused from it by some circumstance which made him delegate it for a time to other hands-r. If he had not some skill which recommends him to the farmer sbme product for which the farmer will give him corn, he must himself return into ...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 18 June 1873

!.jMwwiiwy. m.. -'-'t,mim, .. , '. Kyr"7fa' ' ' '" ' "" '" ' ' ; vv'r'-r'?"2 ;.. .' Y a:; y'7 ')( si 1 Hi ' '' :: ;Ji r"!1 :rii!Ti.i r.l Trrirr r ( I it i a-iillviffid UUlil aA'K AH I . . . , , . . , , .. H7 i .-..i-i i im -.... t ,,t iiim . 9f,rrTTrc-nnTg-rn I -C J iCHjfeU X..t-4 . I !'':', -' -.;,ov , it,..,-!,., ..,-. ju-iuiintiMj ,ffcf .); ,u;7.i.,,ruc l.- . .. " r . .7 , , !: -r ..-t rtTT7rra:rrr , ' ?r r- . t -- n . .. J. ' . - Ill ,'.ffllt 1U., lllnl i Mitt ill J tHH-r1 it Jii 51! J .IL iULLt--J.Jit' IJL -Trr-i MIMl Wiy NTON COUNTY 0Hip;'::AVI)NK8JM' j ;j UNW1'' i8;-18tS-'J - m .-m , - - -j--1 ' " ; '" t-'' '' ''' '" ' iH(u: 1 ) 1 -r . mi t I.. (v,( ,', mtt litini 'i'n:l t .r-n n. iTHTttttc .1. W. ItOHKN. JJtHlW.iWWl Proprietor, J. AY'.. litivt S,: r,.IJtn mnL. I'liblUtisri ' ' TrnV. ofuVi'orip7CIou. ii.ii! i'iiiy, ime yt'ai'.fl W OlnJ f'iIiiy.Utuo1! Jl "i'y, mil!! . '(5 Olio ei'j fituij "' li urn pa i, I ivitliiu (liu)j(ci -j!!. 1 i lit'isoi Ttfuiitv7 1 rryf -;tiou liio AI.-...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 18 June 1873

ili'AUTIllft INQUIRER jr. W. BOWKS, Editor and Publisher MOAKTHCR, OHIO . JVXK 18, UTS. A Nation's Glory. We once boasted, ou laud and e, of the glory of the Columbian nation.- Her name, fame and glory, hone with superabundant resplen dance in the high councils of every national jurisdiction, upon which the proud sun shed his golden rays. ,The flag of this Republic adorned the capitols of Europe, as the en sign of the most glorious and grandest government on earth, but oh! how changed the scene, how scarred and marred, the escutcheon of our hoiior and greatness. The long revered flash of national high noon has been so dimmed, that no noble and truly proud American 'abroad can feci to exalt over his fatherland, as in the happy lung ago. Now we are compelled to turn our eyes a down trodden, tax rid den, and enslaved I'itizenship.whose servants have become their master and robbers. A government bleed ing' at every pore from the lance of her own degenerate sons who seek to grow rich on ...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 18 June 1873

ICARTIIUll.ENQUmEl MCARTUtJtt, OUIO, TV! IS, 18 RESIDENT DEN 1ST MoARTIICR, OHIO. m NO BUSINESS DONE ON iATPRDAYjf Rail Road Meeting. Editor Enquiueu: Please day that' there will he : raeoting'of the Stockholders of tbe Gallipolis, Me Arther aud Columbus Rail Boad, at ' the Court' Hoi Saturday, the 21st lost., at ZpWock p. m. Matters of interest -to our people will be considered. 1 Every body is invited to attend,' ( : H. C. Jones, ) I). Wax, , Com. T, B. Davis. ) mm. ti '. Our Tom left the village M- gust last Friday,' without ;! ng word to nuy.bodv. Be cjrefuVToM, of that . ; '" - 1 M The jIzens !' tycArtt.ui'j.ud on a!eM, should, not forgptath . 4th of July celeratious and plc-nics jit these , place. , ;7 ?j l : A nick . fence, has been ejected around the school house yard of the school house in the independ cot district of Zaleskl. .", ' . The coal tonnage for the Colum bus fc Hocking Valley Railroad for the month of May, was 63.50Q tons; total . earnings of company in the same ...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 18 June 1873

w.ij ..l. J. r .HI l O'l'tiMlTlfii i..i rw".'ii;.'"vv,),r hi ..i I'M HUT1 '! It.i.l.ilkl llilil jfiiM AtfWteqfcir at, ;:ttSM. felthfioitofV1ioat,fiiVtt,ril'i!r: tlie last low yeiirs, .vo rtro fro immoral ive. Tfns, wo doubt JOiS.M UWUiv .such .Jtw'HulUc.A, w.1.. I I. .' 'V.I ' ... vSi.-Ji ., ..IfAk liij;h, and of. an infmor ijiiiitiiy, but it lute' M'ii H.n&r.ain ami altogether misalifiCictory.'" Vhe seasons havo kwu 'most inaiw niciotigr vaVj'fnifaffr&.fr'lIrt withering droullk::iMf'y1 tip" Xf tlieo faiiuls' sbmilC nii ducetho tillers of the'so.ito carefully consider , tho situation, ant! ' pco' Iio.w... ' thei'mm may, be; bettered andtef&r:? nu-A wjai;;'tiaiS however discouvaiin"1. J--3 wo, r.We) are iit-lii'ioiV.io $iuk .1 ha raulfc is 'not so much with labor each havo-bticjijivjj the old system that "yet, pre vails to &q considerable airexteht' frt uufi . ILc State of '.iti'-nsfinV-oV much to the c ul t i v at I w V of ' f vo (if.thci .'most .' cbsltv iiiiili 'im...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 25 June 1873

r. ' ' " f i ,,'.f .,.;, k , r, ..J". ,1 I -1 ijlll. ..I!MI" ...V VOLUME 1;,. -CIMC TAiUIW.W M'AKTHUIl, VINTON. COUNTY OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1873. - NUMBER 21, TXT Enquirer J. W. BOWEN, Editor and Proprietor ' Terma of 6iiorpt i lOB. s MOO One eopy, t iuo . . ;t ' 15 Oue coiijr,4 mos. BO If not jiaid within, the yiiic . i.y PJj Clubs of Tirwity"'. i. ..... ?, JW OrPOSAtjH -wWim (bo Uinlt' of.ytP'oo Tho'McArUltrr lCRQCanieh'ni -77.j CAr.-iV' u ' will bq sent.tq yrievpersoiioulj year-for 13 03. 't . A fniluro to. notify a Allscdnthinaiitfo at the end of the time subscribed fur, will be taken Onocnnv.ouevriir.il 50 I One coi)V.8moa an anew engagement tor auusowpwi Advertising Rates. puruil) typo shall constitute- -square, TllB liilj and, l(ji'ii;D Work-0. cents. aUdJjlouttl, i i In l 8 ioa..i!,mo(Jiu lantos. Ont)qilttN,t. 1. 4 IKJi J ,.' I OU-h Twemiueros, . i .: .5 00..! tl 00 .I.-.-1O.O0 Threejiqeatei, ' ... .10 M M U tN l-'our simiiwos,-f 00 .a. 1SJ 00 1 7 IS 00 Bixiqnanoii.V. !...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 25 June 1873

McAlUHUB ENQUIRER . W. BOWKX. Kdltor and Publisher afeARTHUR,, OHIO v'VXK M, 1911 Arlington Estate. The Pittsburg Com?ncrci(d, as illiberal a Radical paper as is published in this country, has had its say about the proposi tion .that the government do justice by Mrs. Robert E. Leb in the matter of the Arlington property, It says: The patriotic feeling of the coun try will not tolerate any such pro position. Mrs. Leb has reaped as she sowed ; and the nation must not be asked to pay her for the un productiveness of her harvest The "patriotic feeling of the country" seems to tolerate the flattery and enrichment of such rebels as Longstreet, Mosby, Settle, Akehman, and others. If we mistake not they "sowed" a good deal mom than Mrs.. Lke did, and it cannot be said that their harvest has proved unpro ductive. The reference to Long street and Mosby may appear hackneyed; but in the face of such out-croppings of loyalty as the CommerciaTs, it cannot be made too often. The Radical interests ...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 25 June 1873

I rc Arthur Enquirer i;j lanrvB, ohio, ' . juke t. imi. ? & FRESHMAN, t ' AdyestiBing; Aent, V 190 WEST FOUKTH ITBEET, " OUSTCXiriTJLTI. OHIO. It u authorized A font to rocleve advertlne aieots lor thli paper. Ha bus special r raugeineats with religious, agricultural and oilier newspapers. Nj. bowebs. ' : ' resident dentist ii atoABTUVB, OHIO. ; . ' XO BUSIXKBi ONE ON BATUBDAY8 Whit Is needed good rain. , Netf potatoes nre In season. . Kits flying la the go among the juveniles. - Last Saturday was the 'longest day in the year. A bbwakd of $5 will be paid for the where-a-bouts of our Toil Tub papers are beginning to re cord cases of "sun-stroke." ' ! ' ! "Is it hot," or ,'ts It hot enough for you?' is the general salutation. im Mb. : Williams, j newly, elected Mayor of Cbillicothe, died last Thursday week: , : ' Cherries seem to be very plenty in the county but how about strawberries? C W. Babnbtt has put upon our streets, an elegant express wagon maker, Rouzkb, of Cbillicothe. A...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 25 June 1873

r: . J oArtdur IE nquirer An Impudent Bull. JjAKf ypars ago was the'casten parte ol ,Massachu setK ji'wpiiby-pia D.JD., and thou?!t !o w;isSn eminently bc nevoLut nun and a good Christian,- i yet it must bo confessed he loved a joke fully as well as the most inveterato ; jok'er. It was before church orgaus were much in use, and .it so happen ed that the choir of his church had recently purchased a double bass viol.;. Not far from -the church Was ft large town pas ture, and in it was a" huge town bull. - One hot Sabbath in summer,' tho bull got out of hi? field, and came bellowing up the street. About the church there was aplenty of untrodden grass, green and good, and Mr. Bull stopped to try its quality per chance to ascertain if its lo cation had at all improved its flavor--at any rate the Rev. Dr. was in the midst cf his sermon, boo-w'oo-woo went the bull. The clergyman paused, looked np to the singing seats with a grave face and"'said, "I would thank the musicians not to tune the...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 2 July 1873

nrmrnnm irwi 1 im iiTiiHwnwwiiiwwMi)MMwiMaBaBwwMMBwiMMMiMMi m i n i im ii i nmm hi m Mi n ! i imwm m u m mi 1 1 mtm m u n 1 1 m nr i mil 1 1 1 1 uu i wihwumiwh lima mmt iwwwii i imwi iiiiMMWMiiiMiw miwwimii ! bpim i m mtm m im m i m i mwuiii hhwhwimhi .n. v n , mm VOLUME T. M'AllTHUK, ' VINTON COUNTY OHIO, WEDNESDAY; JOTY g; 187?; V ; , ; NUMBER 25. .if ; j . . i McArthur Enquirer J. W. KOWKN, VMtur unit I'ropriutoi- Turuis of Sulmei-iptlon'a ' . Onu.'Dpj-, oiut yeiir.fl Ml I Olio ropy, 8 iiioh "1 00 onowpv, ft mi .. "IS Olio copy, 4 hum 60 ll'f.nt i:nM within tlu war ani orrtfimtr :;'. .. sow The M.'Af'.liiiV KsuriKHI clivulntiw I' II K K os' l'.)Sl'A.(;K vmlun thu limit Vinton ('iiimiv. . F'--' .!. njiiilv, 3 !ulr I'lliKKOml V(W-i "Will I iUUt t JHIM pfflWlt "IK' fiiihiiitii i J'u:1(if tlli'Mi n.iiiMii ill-i.iMWtiiiiniiivtut Uu' Advertising Rates. t;,.- MU.4ittuuluililtv IU lliiux tit tli U iNiin jiAr.'il) fy,)lutll couuliiix u miuuii. i Rule nii'l itfli it Wurk fill uculd mli&...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 2 July 1873

McArtiiur Enquirer J, ff, rnnvKKi K(lt(ir mid Publisher, HcAIITHVHr OHIO Jl'I.Y 9, 1M The Democratic State Convention. To the Democracy of Ohio: Hi Democratic State Central Committee and Liberal Republican Stntu Central Com nilttee, in joint meeting assembled In the city of Columbus, on tlia nth of November, Wi, adopted the following resolution: imlJ. Hint tliu whole nil est Ion of cull lii If the next Htute Convention bo r Pen ml to fllO axeciHIVO voilliniuees 111 (lit) 'I'llliH-rntii- gnd Liberal parties, empowering them to cull the Convention at such time, alter ilue con sideration of the subject, as they hIihII deem advisable. On the Kid of May, 1HT3, aald mate Kxocn tivo Committee held a conference in the City of Columbus with reference to the Conven tion i and after line ronilderatlmi, It wax decided to hold the Democratic State Conven tion and the Liberal Republican State Con vention OS WIDnlBDAY, AOfll'RT ftTH, 18T1, At 11 o'elock A. M., In the city of Columbus, to nominate ...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 2 July 1873

McARTiiuR Enquirer i MoAIUHlR, OHIO, . . JULT 1,1873. '"P N. FRESHMAN, Advertising Agent, : 190 WEST KOUKTH STItl tr, orisrcxiTiTA.'rr. ohio.' 1 an authorised Aeiil to recleve advertise ment for till puer. hut special ar riiiigeiiieot wltli religion, tftU ultu.al aud other newspaper. N. J. BOWERS, RESIDENT DENTIST MO.UtriiUK, OHIO. NO BUSINESS DONE ON 4vr(ittUY9. ' Postage. When Bubscrlberu to local newspapers, who have received them free through the mails for the pant thirty years iu the county where they are published, are cnll e I upi n, in pursuance of a law ptiHsetl by Congress last winter, and which took effect on. the 1st of Ju ly, we hope they will not Maine the publinhcri, but eajmly reflect that the passage- of the bill Congress accelerated by . the JSftlary StesT lmv, under rhleh the members ot ('rtHH re to receive an addition of $2,800 per year eacli, and Presi lent Guvs r $25,01)0 per year, add I tionul. Under this law publishers have to pay pontage or. all their ex c'....

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 2 July 1873

ilCARTIlUIl llNQUiREH Scraps. ; There is iv spirit in.jiuiii, unil tho iii iUii atioa of the Almighty civcth them understandm- - J01!.v Instinctive life and sentient soul belong to nature, but ra tional spirit crowns nature, and of .right takes dominion over it Hickok. As the season for Methodist camp-meetings is near at hand, nrcnarations are ' bemu maae for these popular gatherings in various parts ot the country. To listen to enemies as well . as friends is a rule which not only increases sense in common life, but it is highly favorable' to the increase of religious' candor. Sydney mitii., , r To the true rpionner no in stitution is sacred, no belief above criticism. Everything shall conform itself equity , and reason;, nothing shall l)o, snved by its prestige. Heiuikut Srax- CER. . Never do we do more, and in a holier way, than when we know not how much - we do. Nev?r do we do worse, than when we know what and . how much wo do, for it is impossible that we should not be pleased ...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 9 July 1873

tja. mipmywvr- - i, s ' t i : ? 1 i I. J . : i 1 VOLUME 7. M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1873. , r-l. If ,'l l; 'NUMBERS EE i . , ; ' :!, ,:;..v-.,. ' ; r MCARTHUR ENQUIRER J. W. BOWEN, Editor and Proprietor Terms of Subscription. Ouecupy, on.year.tl 60 I On copy.lnio (100 Out copy, 6 mo.. , 7S One copy, uioe. 60 It Lot paid wltbla tbe year S 00 Club ot Twenty ..MOW Tli McArthur Enoitibk circulate KKKt OF PUdl'AUE witblu tu limit or Vlntou County. The MvArthur mo,itirih nod Tht C'hrU tian WltMtt will be eut tu ou pioa ou year tor S OU. A failure to notify a discontinuance at tha ud ol lb time ubciibed lor, will be takeu ilt now engagement for iubcrlptlou, Advertising Rates. The .pwia uccimled by 10 Un of till (Nou- PtiIj typ tball con.tltut a aquar. a Kill and ITIkuiv Work SO ceutt additional. I UUI, ( inoa. 19 mot. 100 10 00 15 00 18 00 00 WiUO 40 00 woo unu tquare, Two equate, Three vquar, fconr quurt, Six (quar, )i OOlUOlB, ; column, I 00 . too. 1 00 a uo 10 00...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 9 July 1873

HCArauR J. ' ' -- , W. BOWEN.JJCilltor and lulllahr. MOAKTHCU, OHIO - JliLTUTT?11 frtl i ssi The Democratic State Convention. I Tha Bcaioeratlo fitate Central. Committee and liberal Kopuollcnn Statu- C'enf.ftl -tVjrul raittoe, in joint meeting assembled in tlw Hy of Columbus, on tltq JKtlf of Norem'jef ,,1871, Uiutrwl th f.illouini rosbhitionV11 V- Stoh, That tho ',wliin UW'stibn rtyiH fh the rt Stnte t'(nve,..tiii bo rotoi-ied to tins xwitvC (.'""mitieos of ttioj BirijxjraHc ami Liberal parties, empowering' uicui w tint Convention nt such time. fA. s,1'"?,!"" sldoi-stton p( tlio sulijoct, as they shall deein advisable. - J ' ' n iiJlit'.' SflC'3 On thcdel Miiy,,JHT3, ,,Halik.Ht,l tijecn-tloCtoplUt,tidiltcoufVncnfcMi-thi)-t)lly of Cotiiiubiiw- 3frfl1lofironcftjt'P;tluiJ.'n1TJ'? tlon: and after duo coulilwrttttotr,r It wns decided to hold. the Dcmocratlo'f icfroaVen"' tion an tha Littoral Jteunblliiftu JM.S -P" At Jl o'clock A.M., 10 WOWy 01 Loiuuiutio. KM .ii.i.W.-..i.i. UUultAUiM t...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 9 July 1873

MUAUTIICIR, OHIO,' - 'i J0LY 9. 16T3. Atlvoi'tisingr .Agent, 100 mt jroiikni stiie'ex,".' diiraljisrjLrri. oxif o. In an authorized Agent to rucluvo advertise. ni(i 11 u for ()il paper. Jlii .Ik.ii apuniul nr. rrfiifr'tnentw-ith religious,- ayriculiMral and otliur newspapers.. , ...... ....."v;;:.r::;:','f-"J-,;!i.V; RESIDENT DENTIST? 1 ' : M0AlU'HUIt,OliO.' j-v: jpilww will ba cheap after tho present harvest is gathered in. 'rMpRK raltt fell yesterday; morn ing. It is not "too dry" at present. lQf.A:''lt'SodTT, 1 ;Wi'i1 Pr(?pr(jei)ii'oi'the ( 1 cni 1,)- m, njn ? I1H8 been Ohio TJni- Nob. of the ''groat men o'f history ev.n' JojvK'Jlon 'tiro 'corners'' orHrhit t In.;:, ,. ,ii?. ujMr frjCJ.tV; -'-'' f liS"i)j,fo$i Dal-ojih an, dTZuleskVli iV ttnialia, whore, ho will roinaiii ' i&n'e'evM'fil -if tVifcij, J-...: '.'-'.. . '; -' . i . .---.... . ' . ,XoAMiit.lV. Mot to bo 80011 upon the strpets .or'hlipKtjthe. stoi'es ; in Zuhvtki, A II Jin cl work Jo (lo. ' ' J0Bflfy(i:S'iiiivy , '...

Publication Title: Mcarthur Enquirer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McArthur enquirer. — 9 July 1873

MCARTHUR ENQUIRER YYHEiTa trefc has to be prop ped to stand, then it is ia the process of decay ; its life has iailedA ;Fdr every sound tree, every trie that is in good, na tural, normal v state, stands by virtue of the poising of its in ward vital forces. '' So the" real Christian stands and is poised. When he cries for a creed it means that you shall prop him -that there is a waning of faith," a loss of inward divine force and spiritual vision. And our nitV is kindled when we hear men asking to be propped. Canes for the lame, the; blind, the maimed, whether in body or spirit, canes, canes, canes ! ( No man can sutler himself to be judged by another's consci ence. His own is the guide be must walk-after, is the law he must obey. He must say : This is the light that is in me the only light that I have, and earn estly striving to do the - right, aa God gives me to see it, as it is revealed to my travailing quest, I will, I must follow whither it leads, whether it be through meadow or...

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