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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 8 November 1871

M'AUTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, O'HIO WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1871. ' J 1 .50. PER YEAR. I IT0; 43.. ( in Advance-, i MMb IIMeSMtgBSnsStflarlSaM J VOL- f) (ptit?4Pw)riU)r. . Ijc (Enquirer. J. ff. EOWEIT, Editor. SI 'Arthur November 1, "71. r"T8rms of Subscription. eopy. year.... H 1 "M "" J? On. eopr, '" ... 75 I Ou.enpy. 4 mot.. 6n If not pU wllhinthe rtu 00 Ulnbt ofT.nty Tho Dtmneratie Knqutnr crenlstes FUI'.K 01' rOSTAOB within the limits of Vinton OiUnty. V fsllnrs t notify a oeontlntianc t the .ml of Iho i n inliwrl Sad for, will bo tsken to now snjagwiiunt .nherii1,w ' ' ' Advertising Rates. Th spsc occupied by 1 t'1" (Nonparril trpe.liaH oiinsllliie s squsi. J j .Vnitrisnn. week 1 HO I On. .qnw.,'9 weeks J2 on a'sh ..MlUimal ln.rtl.m liiMrtlmt.... .......... " All a.lwtlnlng fr shrtr perlo! thn three iittis. e iirao'i w,w BU"T- . - .. l!lVl AaTrtlaem.nlt-l 00 V Icinrtlsii; sail w I" ' " tsnarslM. J' .... ..vii.i.i Kills erd Flfur ww ' """J ""' 8 mu A mtis. 1! nn i(nss. Two sqtifrsi, ...

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 November 1871

i, V. BOWBS'i. IWUtor. tourt lltv. McATttur, Notenbet 8, '71. The Elections on Tuesday. Unsatisfactory telegrams re ceived just as we go to press indicate that New York State has gone Republican ly twenty thousand, while the Democrats carried the city ly thirty thou sand majority. Maryland, Democratic Ty the usual majority. New Jersey has elected a Democrat Governor, Legisla ture in doubt. Mississipi has gone Demo cratic. Wisconsin and Massachusetts, Republican. Virginia has gone Democrat ic. More reliable news next M'eek. G., McA. & C. RAILROAD. Letter From Pesident W. H. Langley. GALLIPOLIS, Nov. 7, '71 J. W. Bowex, Dear Sir: The Keystone Furnace sub scribed $10,000, and the Buck eye $5,000, both as donations with some conditions which the directors have decided to ac cept, and as matters now look, we will soon be ready at this end of the route to go to work I think in thirty or forty day?, possibly sooner; some of our people think we will be ready in less than thirty days. Wh...

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 November 1871

ttM JTBlitsHED KVBItY WKDMKSDAY BY - -L ' .:; . BDITODr AMD PROPBIBTOIk MATTERS HERE AND THERE. .JnY Court of Commorr Pleas Witt convcno on the Z7th ofKovembor. Fof Fine Perfumery, go to Sis- The next animal session of the Ohio Conference of the M. E. Chtfrch ia to bo hold in Zancsville. 'ijKONiDAs 'Jewett has been np. pointed Probate Judge of Athens county to fill the vacancy occasioned ty the doath of Judgo Morris. The long dry spoil is Bhowing its hand all over this section. Hund reds oj.wolls are dry and never fail ing spring have ceased to bubble. Everything Bccms to bo parched for water if wo may except those who seldom indulge in so thin a beverage. Next Sunday night Elder IT. A. Pallistkli prouches in the Christian Church on the text: "What is a man profited, if he shall gain the trholo world, and loso his own soul? or what shall a man give in ex change for his'soul?" Sociul servi ces in tho meriting. Waldo Murray, returned from Tennesseo last week, and is making preparation...

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 November 1871

JLXSVAL STATEMENT of TIIE ffitECJEIPTTS --AND mmm OF VINTON COUNTY 0., FOB THE YearEniES65ttlierU.Il.I871. STATE rrND-RECEirXS . Tn Amount from Dupli cate $13982 92 EXPENIHTIKES.. Paid State Treasurer Paid Taxes Kefunded. . . Paid Advertising Delin quents Paid Treasurer's per ecu b. 13741 01 1 66 15 37 224 88 Total 13982 92 INFIRMARY FU'I--RECEIPTS. To Amount in Treasury. from 13. Whit latch 6G2 84 ',59 00 Total 1021 84 EXPENDITURES, Transferred to County Fund. 500 00 3 59 518 25 Paid Treasurer's per cent. Amount to balance Total 1021 84 BRIDGE FrND-RECEIPTS. To Balance in Treasury, 5930 30 To Amount from Dupli cate 7130 71 Total.... 13067 01 EXPENDITIRES. Paid Taxes Refunded. . " Advertising Delin quents ." Treapnrer's per cent " Building and Re pairing Bridges. . . . Balance in Treasury 83 7 60 135 5G 9943 55 2979 41 Total 13007 01 county toor fi;nd-reckipts. To Bulanco in treasury. 142G 09 " Amount from Dupli cato 18G8 39 Total 3294 48 EXPENDITURES. Transferred to County Fund 100...

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 November 1871

3! . 5 fei.' VS"-' ' : I. MaRTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1871. VOL. 5. f J.-W.BOWXWl ( PsbUshir aid Proprietor, J no., a:: l I Advene J ' v. 'i, QTIjc (Enquirer, J. W", BOWSIt Editor. M Arthur, Nov. 15th, 1871. Terms of Subscription. Oil eony. an yesr,.-. 91 60 1 ns apy, I mat. .11 00 ( enpTi I month ... . 16 Ono copy, 4 mo.. M If not paid within the yssr 100 Olobs fTventy tO90 The ntmoerntle Xuqnirtr erenlates FKKK Of POST AOS within tb llinlu ofVUlon County. V mllnr to sotlfr dlaoaatinoan st th end of th . is subseriNid for, will b tskn M iuww(imI ntMrlp"ii. r- Advertising Rates. J ., sansr, ono wk tl OA I On sqnai-, t weeks ft On ) iMitli.n.J laaortlon Insertion IP 111 advortMng for a or tor prtod than thrmul asnioatanerawi imi.i ,. Legal ArtT.rtlioin.nlo II 0 per square for flrit Insertion; will SO MnU par sqaar for aeh alditloaal Inesrslon. Hui unt fl.nro Work SO sonli additional. aloft Into.. , Hmos. -rnatqttaro, $100 $100 f00 r.o.T.u.r-. too too iooo PK...

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 November 1871

J. V.'. ItOYVEN, Editor. OFFlCE-ln fecund filmy f.Jimil luililinir, North Side of Main lUcct, l...ol or (.'OUl'tUldlSti. , IIcArlliur, November 15, 11. CHOLERA. CHOLERA. The Scourge has Arrived--- A Plague-Ship in Quarrantine -Forty Deaths at -Forty Deaths at Sea---Seed for Next Summer's Harvest. [From the Cincinnati Enquirer.] following: is -a correct Recount of 'tlio cholera at Qti arrant me: The steamsrup Jbrsinkim o; the New 'Baltic : Lloyds Line,' arrived Saturday" Tiijrht with a number ..of cases ' of cholera.- She- sailed from- Stettin-'oil October :10, toncliinsr fit Co penhagen' on; the ; 1-tli,. and Christ iaupcn.' ' At ' the", latter eabiii 'and Gil port she had 22 t,teM'fio passengers; and crew of GT inen.- . . '.''. ; Wherr !eii days out' the (list case of cholera made its appear anw'ftmon'g the steerage pas fcerigVr3,"aiid wlien" the steamer ptit into Halifax' to obtaju 'coal there had 'been nearly one'Iunv died cases of, cholera aiid chol eraic diarrhea, of which fort...

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 November 1871

1 r.l'! Aid I' III 1II1L1 V m'i I'm Bowoii, kuITOtt AND l'ROl'KIUTOU. . MATTERS HERE AND HERE. , OwiiNU to Bicknoua uud othor uii: 'avoidable ounsofi bur paper hub been issued irroguliivly fur eovornl wedis. We hnvo hindo nrraiifjcinciitS My which .wb Vrill bo ublo to publish It regularly liorenfier, U'JTUB Coiiri of. Coiuiiioii JMcaa will .&Aveti6I6n the 27-tli.of ISToveruliii'. For line Perfumery, go to Sis bn's Drug Ftorv Always Ahead!! Tlio.tuterpviing firm 1 of VVn.i. & bo., ZiildsUl, ili'e on hand Bain villi us fine nri' nKsortmciit of goods im could bo Bolqctcd flhth.CMslern ei t is.,.pwing to a rcinurkuMe com Viiinlion of circumstances' tlicwili bo nLlo to offer greater barguins iii IJoots ife Shoen, and Clothing; thnn were over known in .Vinton county NOTICE! 1181 0?&i TO THE Women of Vinton County. Ariy , woman in Vinton c.ou ijty having im intemjiciuito husband, imd wieliin th:tt intoxicating . J I r j iiors shiill not bo sold to bitn, will r .. A report tli 0...

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 November 1871

AxxxDixon'e A7MTJ.I STATEMENT 01 THE JEUECSEIPTS AKD EXPENDITDRES 0 F TIN TON COUNTY, 0., -FOR THE- STATE rCWB-RBCIWSS To Amount from Dupli cate $13982 9 EXPENDITURES. Paid State Trenmirer.... Paid Taxes Refunded... Paid Advertising Delin quents Paid Treasurer'&p er cent. 13741 01 1 66 15 37 224 88 Total 13982 92 ISF1RHART FUND RECEIPTS. To Amount in Treasnry. 662 84 " from !. Whit latch.... 359 00 Total........ W2184 EXPENDITURES. Transferred to County Fund 300 00 Paid Treasurer's per cent. 3 59 Amount to balance. .... 518 23 Total 102184 BRIDGE FUSD-BECEIPTS.. To Balance in Treasury. To Amount from Dupli cate 593G 30 7130 71 1306717 Total EXPENDITURES. 83 Paid Taxes Refunded.. " Advertising Delin quents " Treasurer's per cent 7 66 135 56 " Building and JCe puiring Bridges.... 9943 55 Balance in Treasury. .. . 2979 41 Total 13067 01 COUNTY POOR FUND-RECEIPTS. To Balance in treasury. " Amount from Dupli cate 142G 09 1868 39 Total ' 3294 48 EXPENDITURES.. Transferred1 to County F...

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 November 1871

Wmmn,Wf Mil M 4.JT.UC 'UiJ hwM' rA. oa l. aramK. ..-,av. ... J .45 l, : 1 f J-." ;l .it.!'. hi a i n u - 1 I 'I r . j 4 ! -4 K&hW, otton bounty, oiM : 1?: ' n '; -f ra'L .O, ! ' ' ' ( is; -: t 1 I FuliUlir ud Froprlotor. ) t lie iwa v, ev. ik v, rv v ri-fn w . i ri rw 4 aav. rrrwrn ta ai y j i ia vjs i r i 1 1 1 Ulxl I f. J ,1 -ft lLU Ikilil IM nil V 111 III llk II I I - f 16 a r .t a r ,; k J, "W. EOWEN, EJltor. ! Arthur, Nov. 22(1, 1871. Terms of - Subscription. On epv. nn Jir,... Jl M I C'W f tin e. immlbii IS One copy, 4 mwi.. ftti If not pal.l within the ytnr Olnb ofTwfntr 20 00 ' Tha ntmnofatle Knqnirtr erciilHlri FliKK OK I'OSTAOB ltliln the llmlu of Vliiton Cnunty. ' - failure to notify ilheoiitlniiiincii nt tlit cm! of the uhcrlNiiI for, will be Itkcn v now tngng.inent iiil)orli"oJ. Advertising Rates. tarTIi "lko opii pletl l.y 1 ii I ino of till I (Nonjitrell tnehll.HiUle nnire.. I. j j aqnvr..one woek l 0(1 1 One qur,3 rertU tZ On oh ..lllliil Iniortlon InKerllmi. ......

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 November 1871

eaaa 1 l)t .(Enquirer. i J. W. BOWIM. ZtllteB. OFFlCE-ln Beeond Wory of Bow-ens lli.Hdlaa-. North Skit of Main Street, llaat of Court House. McArttnr,. Hoftabar 32, '71. The Future of this Country. We woult not prophesy evil of our country; we never liatl much sympathy with that class i)f "croak era" who are alwnyx predicting the downfall of the KepuMie; we have tried to Took tipoM tlie brighter side of the picture aiul even feel hope fn amid the darkness and glgora that at times neem to enshroud our destiny as a peo ple; but we are free to confes that things look exceedingly uninviting at the present time, and we almost diopair of the Republic. Civil liberty ennnot live under a bayonet autocracy; martial law is rota fundament al principal of Republican government, but the oflahoot of usurped power. Constitutional liberty can-not prosper under the fosterings of military sway. We must be gorerened by civil or military power, not by both, for they are as incom patible as oil and water...

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 November 1871

tbiTott awd ntol;iti.rou. MATTERS HERE AND THERE. Tub Court of Common Ploa will conveno on the 27th of . November. For Pine Perfumery, go to Sia on's Drug Ftor. Change of Time. Tlioro lis been n ctiangti of time on the M. & C. 11. R. Wo Imve not received n CO))' of llie now Time Table, but will doeo and give a cor rected card in this taper next weok. Allensville. Tho Woolen Factory at Allens ville, now in tho hands' of Randall t& Huston, is doing good work nnd n good business. They will tileaso accept our thanks for a fine lot of yarn left at our office one day last week. It is a good article and we don't believe there is a factory in oouthern Ohio that can do bettor work, or give more general entis-faction. It is said that it a puff of ait wore to ho blown into a vein of an miimal, death would instantaneous ly follow, because the circulation would -be stopped. IJIood makes the en tiro circuit of the human body evory seven minutes, when ever this cifculnrton is impeded or an...

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 November 1871

AXS UJL- ST A TEMEXT 'V: or the '"' ; . '' Axt EXPENDITURES o v VINTON COUNTY, 0. ran the Teai,ESepteiiit!erU.D.Kn. state riT--JVEtir.i:rTS. To Amount from Ptipli rnto -v - - $13082 92 EXPENDITURES. PaidSrnte Treimirer Paid Taxes Refunded. . . Paid Advertising Delin quents Paid Treasurer's per cent. 13741 01 i lit; 15 37 224 88 13982 92 Total 13982 92 IXFIRWAHY ITXD-KECEH'IS. To Amonrfin Tronsury. " from E. Whit latch 662 359 Total 102184 84 (ft EXrEXDlTCItr.S. Transferred to County 500 3 518 Fund., Paid Treasurer's percent. Amount to balance 1021 00 5!) 25 84 KRIDGK ITXl--IiECEITT9. To Balance in Treasury. To Amount from Dupli cate 6036 30 7130 71 Total.... 13007 01 EXrEXDITUEES. Paid Taxes Tjefumled. . " Advertising Delin quents " Treasurer' percent " Buildinc nnd Eo pairing Bridges. . . . Balance in Treasury 7 fiG 135 50 9013 55 2070 41 Total 130G7 01 83 toiNTV rone riXD KEtElVTS. To Balance in treasury. " Amount from Dupli cate Total 1426 00 18G8 89 3294 48 EXrEXOITCKES. Transfe...

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 November 1871

. , f . .. : . - . - J -' -- ; . , ., .. .: . . . .- ' - . - - M'aRTHUR, VINTQN COUNTY, 0HI0: WEDNESDAY, -NOVEMBER 29v 1371, ltl.fiO PER YEAR, V V ' In Advance . NO. 46. J.W.BOWEN, PiiblJsW and Propriotor VOL. 5. " ' ' .... ljc (Enquirer J. W. BOWEJJ, Editor. M'Artliur, Nov. 29th, 1871. Terms of Subscription. One oopr, one yiar,... 1 ou 0 oonjr, 4 moiitln 16 I out euT. l 00 i X ou If not pld wilhln tlio yr .J. Jil) W WIUUl w i mv . Th DtmnoruUo guqulrtr erenlMM FKKB OK roSTAOK wilhln the lluilu of yinton OuMy. f V fHur t notify a .IheonthmnnM it tli ! ofHlif ie ii!i-.rlSji for, will bo taken u nw it'gint mbrlii,on. ' 1 Advertising Rates. M-Thotiifccooooupled hy luhnoigf tlil (Nuiirrll J . I, on. weok II l0 On. qu.r8, 8 ki $'2 On t ih aattlunl Inwrtlon luwrllon... ........ m All .ltertllii(t tnt horlor porlod tl. throo " n iutliikhiirKl ' bo rle. A.tv-nl.....'-Sl ou nor .qnnro f..r fir. n qii, I'wo iiif rot, fhr.a .q itrrs, Vour iqu iroi, Six tiur l, t 00 " " "' no mo "'0 Un joo " ii...

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 November 1871

$l)c ncmm J. W. IIOWKX, Kdllor. OFFICE-hi opoml ftory of Howell's l'.iilliliiiir. North Side of Main Sti-eA, Kiwi of Court IIiAise. Uc Arthur,-' November 9, 71 Meeting of the State Central Committee. The Democrattio Central C nimit tee hvM n meeting at' Columbus en Fri day. Messrs. Pendleton, Morgan, McCook and other leading Democrats were present. The 'committee made an examina tion of the accounts of the Executive Committee, and discussed the general political situation. It was determined not to name the date or place of holding the next State Con vention. and. another nice tin." . j . ' of the committee will be held on the 22d of February, to decide tuc.se points. On AC' count of other engagements lion. A. G. Thurman felt him self compelled to resign the chairmanship of the committee, and I he lion. M. A. Daugher ty, of Lancaster, Ohio, Senator from the Fairfield and Ilcck ing District, was elected chair man. The committee "report that the Democracy of the State are not : conquer...

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 November 1871

iMiafliiiia Alalia "l)c iiquirciv PUllI.IMIIBll BVEItY WEDNESDAY BY ST- "7tT. 3Etp-wOH, HDITOK AND IVlOl'HIfiTOIt. MATTERS HERE AND THERE. For Fiie Perfumery, go to Sis on's Drug f'tor. . Auctionker. I'kyton C!ox,renid iny noar llaindiMi, whoso P. O. ad dress in Jleoda' ililli Vinton Coun ty, will nUenjto all business in liin lino lit all times vlien cuIIihI upon. .. . ..... -it!-It. Isaac IIankswoiith, of Swan Township, prosonted us hint ilon -d iy with i basket-full of choice ap ples or tho llauibo and Bcllo Flower varieties tho finest we have seen th:s year. 1 An Iron Bridge it) liui'iig placed by the Marietta. & Cincinnati 11. B. Co. across Big Baccooh Creek, one inilo vest of Zitlcski. : The Advance published ut Chi engo, and destroyed by tho fire, ndw conies in its liHI sitfo. It is ti good papei. $3 pr yeart Sent to .lfiiuisterri of any denomination for 'J per your. It surely can't bo disputed tlia' wo lmvo some boys in this inland town who, in 0110 wjiy, resemble the All...

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 November 1871

Brazilian Turtles. ' The size of tlifse creatures limy be imagined from the fact that the flippers and feet in crawling over the sand; leave a track of two irregular groove, three or four feet npnrt, as though a wagon with :og winds had heen driven ever the ground. It is an easy matter to find a turtle's nest hy his track. She comes out of the sen, and travels far up on the beach to lay her eggs in the panel, digging a hole n foot and a half or two feet deep for the nest. Prof. Hart who was in Brazil with Prof. Agassiz, says he saw a turtle deposit one hundred and forty three eggs in one of. these nests. The eggs are all laid at one sitting then covered up closely with the sand and left to hatch. The eggs are rather larger than hen's eggs, round, and covered with a tough white skin. The Brazilians eat the eggs, and also the flesh of the turtle. The creature is captured in a curious way. Two persons go. behind it, and taking hold of the shell turn the animal on its back, in which pos...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 6 December 1871

iamb f J, W. I Pdklliher VOL 5. BOWEKi I nd Proprieieri j M'ARTHUR, VIFfOil (JOUNTY; OHIO: WEDNESDAY; DEOEMBEB 61871; ; ;.---riraMBr-.-.J.ftW.:-,.M-:L--rffr: ! the 1 J. W. EOWEH, Editor, Arthur. Dec. Ctll, 1871. t milter. Terms of Subscription. K. . 4. r,.. II fto't On ci. 8 moe..tl 00 . A months ... 7 Oue eoiir, 4 mot., Ml ifntnldUhlntherKf 111 nh. of Tw.ntv ' i . f i ! ' i . .! Off The Ptmooratio titUjUirtr eroulatue FKKB OF POSTAOK within tin limits of Vinton Countf. V failure M ttdtlfjr Jiieontlnuenee t the Mil of tee. i inbierlVsil fori will be taken u knew uJi'MHiit lubicrlpi'oii , . Advertising Rates. -The up oeeiipleit bt ft (life 6T thli (Nunpaf ell I .hull eou.Ulue lijuere. ,... J .e eqaare.nne wek 81 09 Oneiqnere.8 ekSl Or, ,S eh a.lHlur,.I lnrtlu ;''"'" .i".V:"i.! 411 advertising for k eh.rter period tliee three h mtlie, eharjed et the above rales. . Loml Artrilm.nle-1 00 pef square f;r rst luortion; sndW oeiili persgeare for eeoh eflailioaal lner.lou. .,,,...,., Jinle k...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 6 December 1871

8tl)c-nquircr. J. W. BOWKN Bdllor. OFFICE-In Peeonri Htory of Howen't Cldlnf. North Me of Main Street, iart ot I'oort llwm. December 6, 71. JTcArthuiv Grant Sends Out the Message. .Useless i S. Grant, tiie'Hacli c leaders' President, "sent his message into Congress on Mon day, and' on' Tuesday it was ' published in, Uic 'daily jmpcra. The roesssgo is an . electioneer ing document, written by some one .aWidea Useless himself. He wants things; "fixed" so he can be re-elected. Grant's Ku Klux Congress. This well-kno w u. body assem bled at j Washington City on Monday It will remain in BQSioa during the winter, and transact no business or pass any laws that will be of the least benefit to the suffering and overtaxed people. Whatever Grant desires the body to do, is always- done without any questions beiug asked by those who work for his interest. The people would be . better off without such a body. Current Account of Republican Theft and Robbery. Pension Agent Forbes has hcen detected ...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 6 December 1871

KDITOR ASti lROfNIETOR. ! 4 itAfffeRs &erb and tiiere. fotPiilfumer gtrtfl Sis- bn's p MaMaS. Auctio.iHeU Pish-oSi Cofc, resid ing nrtf iiatrtJifii whose 1 0. ad iirCflB.IS ijo'ouV Slillflj tlfltdu Colin ly, Will Attotii to all biisilieSS in his .ins at Hit liuieB 4Vlttl "fiitli-rt iipon". Uriti.Nd tins past low weeks' we liavo beeH 1 ! t te lull tt v e t? 1 1 e f Hi b d with job' p'HHiiKjj ot: efel-'y deci'ip lldil, liild it still It&ps' cb'injil'. .'V.c are truly thitiitifilt tdbllr nuettdi for iii is tired ic tod tliut Hie' pTIcb of iork will rule1 llift cliirih'tr tiiis win tiork will ru!ti low during tins win- (er Jiiiil riiSt BiimmerV About $5.10 jer 100 is paid ttif Ui;08bd jtorli in this ih'arket. . ' - f'iiit i;ifr--rf,.;- r" j Tift HnyS af'o now shorlef ifi the nights. .. . .. . Do YOU wish' to inCrcftso your buBirew? If b'il o, tiiivortiise in tho JlcAitiikil RsdliiEB. which has the laritosl cireu'liition of nny P ever printed in this county; . An Item for the Boy...

Publication Title: Democratic Enquirer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic enquirer. — 6 December 1871

"A Complete Pictorial History of the Times." "The best, cheapest, and most successful Family Paper in the Union." Harper's Weekly. SPLENDIDLY ILLUSTRATED. Notices of the Press. Tho Model Newspaper of our country. Complete in !l the de paitmentd of an American family Paper, Harper's Weekly hits carnod for itself a riht to its title, New York Evening Post. The boat publication of its class fn America, and so fur abend of all other weekly journals as not to per mit of any comparison botween it and any of their number. Its col umns contain the finest collections ofrondinpf matter that aro printed. Its illustrations are numer ous and beautiful, bein furnished by the chief artists of the country.-- Boston Traveller. Harpor's Weekly most interesting illustrated newspa per. Nor doos its valuo depend on its illustrations alone. Its reading matter is of a high order of literary mciit varied, instructive, enter- N. Y. Sun. Subscriptions. 1872. . TERMS: IIakpkr's Wkekly, oi;o year $4 00 An extr...

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