Democratic Enquirer J. W. BOWEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
Items of Local Interest.
' JOY. COG & CO.,
PUBLISH EKH' AGENTS,
' : Tribune Buildings, New York City,
Brown's Iron Building, Philadelphia, Fa.,
Areauthorised to Jontratt lor advertising for this
Tnrtmis Ye.vbs Pbactios in CknONio Disuse
'f L Pagln, M. D., ol South Bend, Indiana, Author
of New System of Medicine in - (ha Treatment of
Chronic Il sense, and a New Mode ol combining Med'
"kin. A Student of Doctor Dellingbuagh. '
, AFMiNim-irp.T-For the special benelit of my pa'
tientg and friends who have to often solicited me (o
Tieit them, I will make a tour through Indiana and
Ohio, and all who wish to see me and get medicine
can do io by calling at the following places:
.Hamden, at the-. Jackson House, Tuesday, April
sth; McArthitr.at the Hulbert, House, Friday and
Saturday, April 10th and Uth;' Alleusville, Sunday
April 12th; London, Tuesday April 16th. :
1 have all. kinds, of medicine with me. 1 travel by
ears-call wrly.- Conaul'tatiiw free. '-- ',i
Local Items of Interest Will be thankfully
reocived-lrbav our friends, at any time, from
auyajt-f tbis.or ailjoinipg countiea.
Kidfl WuTvn. Tiring ll - jnjr to
tins dlUee, where the highest : market price
.will bo pail for .them. .
.:$YEET f 6TA.TOE3 AND &WEET POTA-xoi
Pdaks ros Saib, Levi ljTyman,. who re-
sidcs-li mile south from Me Arthur and 1 J
north of-McArtbur Station, wishes to inform
.'i, -i i. .' - . ,
the public yiat lie has for sale a large quantity
of tho Yeilow Nanseinond Sweet Potatoes, the
'belt kind for. this climate, which he will sell
tt $4 per bushel. ' lie1 Intends to raise plants
from DO bushels of Sweet Potatoes this sea
son, ..Thoso wiehlngSweet Potatoes or Sweet
Potato Elants.-will please, call upon, or ad
dress him at DUndas, Vinton County, Ohio,
lle.'oan, oh reteipt of the money, ship either
Potatoes or plants by Railroad to any point.
Give him' a liberal patronage, , ,
Ir you want ( good Photographs, Ambro
types, Opalotyp'os, or any other kind of pic
tures, co to C. J, Billinghurst. lie is better
prepared than1 'ever for enlarging pictures to
;any'slze.i"' ! !'.' , ;'
lake Jour old,, faded, - sora'tched, f$& de
faced pictures to him, and you can have the
finest of pictures made from them.
If you want any kind of - pioturei framed
largo or small, ho is always ready to do (hat
kind of work. '
i . If you want a fine gold ring or other jew
elry, call and see him. '
ir you don't waul any thing, call and see
"his pioturesi ' i '.'
' ..,?JIa Will always bo found at his rooms du
' ring business hours', in T. B. Davis build
lag, up stairs. .. , .
(i- ' " J" """v"' uu) ur " . nyvninjj, no
matter what, tho best way you can accom-
,; r , . l . .11 . .
spliali your oljeot is to advertise in the En
' guirtr? Now is the time to advertise. Try
. "Thb flEATKNtr CnERDB3." W have for
sal ot this offico the most superb steel line
engravings of "The Heavenly Cherubs,"
' from Raphael's "Sistina Madonna," which we
'invito everybody especially tho ladies -to
call and see. The prioe is low. :
. Particdlae Noiioa. Those who prefer
. paying their subscriptions in any kind of
country produce, or in wood 'or coal,, are
.informed that they can do so, as we have
inaderrangemonls to receive the . same at
anytime. . Sand us your names, yeur coun
try produoevwood.., and, coal, and we will
- ssnd you tho Enquirer, and then you will he
happy an'dJcatf g0'on your way rej oicing I"
"pcij .Spice Box.' This is a new depart,
ment which we have added to our paper of
Fini. On last Thursday night, at about 9
o'clock, our oititens were alarmed by the cry
of "fire!" In a very short time the streets
were thronged with oen, women, and chil
dren making tbelr way toward the residence
of tho late Absolam , Burley, en Jackson
Street,' In the south part of town, where the
fire was located.""' The" 8 re '' had got"1 under
preffy'fAir'hc'adwfty before any person 'dis
covered it anchtheYoof fall in soon after the
citizens arrived and forced the door open.
It was impossible to sard the ' building' bat
the household goods were aearly .all saved.
It is supposed that the house was set on fire
by some person who was looking for money,
as a light was noticed in the house en hour
or two before the fire' vas discovered." ' Mre.
Burley.havWg altendedhe ibnrying of her
husband only the day 'previous, - was at the
Louse of a neighbor.' This, is a severe loss.
A WoOLKjf FlCTottY'. A' tier una' hn nwn
a largeiainci1 Valuable tract of laid, through
which the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad
Vtfes?-wit' Vf"and ad'j oiriing 1 thetZalesti
Estate, In Vinton "county, authorizes us to
lt f: ftii-: Woojen- Faotory . will
hf gUtn free to apy jiarty who wilt Wld
upon it. It is an excellent place for a Wool
en Factory ; about one mil from the Zaleski
Depot of the M. & C. R.-E.; aad water, coal,
wood, ancj every thing : ejse necessary for
building .Bnd running , an establishment of
this kind, being near at band, i We .think
there is not a; wore, convenient location ' in
this cVfiJity, for a Woolen Faotory. For fur
ther particulars call on or address the Edi
tor of this paper. ... , , :1 , t
Jnt Jaokson Standard lavs an Irishman
. jvas ki)led la the Orange Furnacs coal'Unkf
. last week, by jtlie MUng of : a, large teas tT
lalo,-'iv " : '-7
Editor Enquieee: You
Tvillplease ann9unce the name
of George Lantz and Jehiel
A. Felton, as suitable candi
dates for School Directors.
Election, - Monday) - April 8th,
Escaped asd Captured. Marion Jaekson,
confined In the county jail and awaiting sen
tence for stealing' L. A.. Atwood's horses,
escaped from the jail last Sunday night. He
wrote and left the following lines upon an
"It is midnight. . I will go. It is dark.
Excuse-lad writing. Good bye toall."
He was not missed until his breakfast
time came the next (Monday) morning,
Sheriff Shookey Immediately had us print
hand-bills giving a description of Jackson,
offering a reward of $50 for bis arrest, &c
About noon the Sheriff, accompanied by
John Lowry, started to look for the runaway
pet." Ho was captured about sun-set on
Flat Run, in Vinton Township, and brought
baok and placed .again in jail before 10
o'olock Monday night being absent about 24
hnnra. -. Soma f tV rigl.fc.eua AVulUlvulSlS
were highly pleased because a' horse thief
had escaped from jail, and said that Sheriff
Shockejr had "let Lint out for money." It is
strange that these "law-and-order" Abs. re
joice when a A escapes from justice. The
Sheriff wishes us to say to those who were
telling on the streets on Monday that he let
Jackson out for money that he will pay five
dollars a head to those who will now repeat
the malicious lie. When persons rejoice be
cause a thief escapes from justice, it may be
safe to say that there is something" wrong
about them. Take extraordinary care of
your horses, oattle, hogs, sheep, and especial
ly your chiskens, when these' fellows come
about Who rejoice because thieves escape.
They are dangerous; they need watohing.
' After a careful examination, we ean
cheerfully say of the Little Corporal, that it
deserves all the praise that has been lavish
ed upon it by the press every here.-t Phila
delphia Epucopal Recorder. .......
The price of The Little Corporal Is on
dollar a year,
Sample coppies, showing a' most Superb
list of premiums, 10 cents. . , '
. Address the. Publisher, Alfred L. Bewell
Mind, Mattxb, Monet, Baedtt. Webster's
Quarto Dictonary, as now published, has cost
more intellectual labor; more money In its
"getting up," and eontains more matter,
and a larger number of beautiful engra
rings, than any single volume ever before
published for popular use in this or any
other country. Bell & Dalby, the new pub
lishers of Bob n'e libraries, are the London
publishers of this magnificent volume,
Vie oall the attention of our readers
to the business card of our good friend
J. Lillibridge, in this paper. John is
odo of tho very best of Fashionable
Tailors, and should have a good patron
age, uive mm a call.
. Wa would oall the attention of the publio
to "Andrew s Qas Generator or Double Cyl
inder Qas Generator No Chimney Lamp"
a new and useful invention, for the burning
of Carbon or Petroleum oils, which is for
sale by J. O. Swelland, on Main Street, in
this town. It ie a well known fact that the
breakage, annoyance, uncertainly, and ex
pense in keeping up' the ordinary Glass
Chimney Lamp, has been a great drawbaok
in introducing into common use the carbon
or Petroleum oils, and thousands, after using
them,disoar them altogether, and return to
the "Tallow Candle.";
,; The Generator obviates all these difficul
ties, besides saving 33 per cent, of oil over
the ordinary lamp. '
It cannot get out of order nor can it ex
plode. , It will not "blow oot," always safe
and convenient,and the cheapest and best gas
light in use, and will certainly be used la
every residence throughout the country.
Go to Mr. Swelland's and see it, The in-
venlion consists in the employment of two
perforated Tin Cylinders, one inside the
other, and connected together, by arms ex
tended from the inner to the outer Cylinder,
and placed upon an 'ordinary Lamp Burner,
in each a manner that by the . air admitted
through the perferated Cylinder, and by the
draft occasioned by the same, the smoke and
surplus oarbon are consumed, and a bril
liant colorless gas light is obtained.'; " '
Notice. At a meeting of the Executive
Committeecf the Vinton County Teaohers'
Association, 'held Maroh 30, 1887, it was
Ritolcei, That the time of holding the In
stitute be pestponed until; suoh time as the
Assosciation may designate at their next
regular meeting, to be held April 15, 1887.
at which all members are requested to at-
tena. .... ,: , , , ,. : ...
-Our exchanges are full of aooounts of
petitions of negroes to Congress. Rat it
is all r BariiumUrri. : Tho negroes are
nothing but tho puppets, moved baok
wards and forwards, by the Mongrels.
All the petitioning is set going by whits
negroes; who ar; of all negroes, the most
despicable strid the most vioiong. '
tBTJSINKBS HX9' VX VINTON COTTNTT
t"CAN pAVX TBIIB CARDS INSISTED
KariM THia column . at on dollar
tftTPER TEAR. . . .
J. Lillibridge, Faahionable Tailor, MeArthnr. Ohio,
1 prepared to eiwiit ftenta and- Bora' clothing in
lhenj(wt 6hlonbIetfle.' Shni three 'doors Boris
of' Wpl'rfidonce, on Market street,
Death of a Child in Hamden.
- den. .; r -x '
Editor Enquirer: ,0a' thoA15ih of,
March, a child was found deaa at mei
house of Mr. James St.Clafr, io this vil
lagethe circumstttDcei connected with
ite death being as follows : borne time
in the winter, a woman came to Mr. St.
Clair's and procured boardiog; after
staying there about two months she
eave birth to a child. When the child
was three weeks of age, the mother put it
to sleep apparently well about two or
three o'clock in the afternoon of the day
ahnvn stated and abont two or three
hours afterward she went to the bed to
see it and found it was dead. The wo
man gives her name as Mugaret Myers.
SusDioion run that she was the cause oi
its death ; and on the following day a
jury of sir mea were summoned by
Constable Dill, by order of the Justioe
of the Peaoe, as the Coronir oould not
be bad. An inquest was held over the
bodv : Drs. Gorulen and Monahan were
called to examine the body, and opened
the bead and breast and found tho brain
and all the vital organs of the breast to
assume a healthy appearance. Ine ver
diet rendered by the Jurors was: Cause
of death not koown. To the honor of
Mr. St. Clair, he had the child "decently
berried ; and tbe mother was relieved from
censure by the verdict ui the J ury.
J. A. M.
At hie residence, in Mc Arthur, on Tuesday morn-
Int;, the Mthult., Awolah Kum-ir, aged 71 years, 3
moDtiis, ana it unys.
The deceased was born In Pennsylvania, and oame
to Ulilo many years ago and settled in Ferry county,
whore he resided for thirtyyears. . About siztoea
years ago he came to Vinton county, where he re
sided until his death.
He leaves a hrge oircle of triends and relatives to
mourn their loss; but they sorrow not .as those who
hate no hope; he has gone to his reward. '
New York Market.
Flour, f3 901575
Whiskey quiet ana unchanged.
Wheat, 2 253
Corn, 1 101 UJ
Sugar, ,. . . I0j105c
Pork, mess Ti(ayis 75
Beef, : 3I35 75
Bacon, . . ,'. .' ' ' 10J12o
Butter, for Ohio -Cheese,
. . 5a21c
NEW YORK MONEY MAUKET.
Money more steady at 6 per cent, call
Gold a shade better opening at 35, ad
vancing to 35 and closing at 83.
Government stooki a shads higher.
Wheat, prim red
Corn, shelled, in bulk
f 9 73
Bark, prime chestnut oak
Beans, prim whit
Flour, spring whsal
1 60 .2 90
S 25a 12 CO
S 005 00
3 20a2 87
State of Ohio, Vmion County,
Allison Cox, Administrator oi
William cox, aeo u, rwumi,
Tbe Vinton County Oil, MininR
na minuet vuiunuj, w.-1
TT virtue of and by an order to rrt directed from
K . . . . . .. An Pi... rJ ViiAn flnnniv.
lihio, I will offer for sale at public aution, at the late
... - ur n: rn AnniA An InA MapiJtttai
A CincinnRti Rail Road, about 1 mile Eaatof Moon-
vine in iBwuv-Juuvys
FH1DAY, THK 8D DAY OF MAY, A. D.
at the hour of 11 o'clock A. M. of said day, the follow
ing property, to-wits
On Portable Saw-Mill and
Fixtures belonging to said mill.
.v rrirL Vll r-nt Oil.
Mining and Lumber Comyany on an order oT attach
mant in fuTnrof Alliaon Cox. Adminlstrotbr ( Wil
liam Oox, deceased. ; ' . .
yfrms OI as unBam cu ui "WM,
in ninety days; and one-third ia Six monlha from the
ar of ale deferred payments to be secured by per-
: . .U....I mnrf... nnn. Hill DruD-
rtr. , .
fcberit) Viatod County, 0.,
April t, laoi -w ,
n. t. rerBona visum; iiinmny ""r"'"'7p
aid property can eau upon r wi w -"i
Snvdtr. Moonville. M. A C. K. K.. Vinton county.
Sold by tbe trade Generally
A Liberal discount to Dealers,
200,000 furnithtd the V, S. Government,
4-10(i In. Calribre,
. , 36-100 in. Calibre,
' , . sNavy Slu Calibre,
SI .100 ia Calibre,
New Pocket Revolver,
Repeating Pitol, .
Vest Pocket fietol,
RIder,a nt. 81-100 in. Calibre,
Elliot pt.)No. 22 A 22 Cnrtr'fje,
No. 22. 30, 32 and 41 Cartridge,
Gun Cane, No. 22 and 32 "
Breech Loading Rifle, (Beat's) No. 32 and 38 "
BsvolTing Hide, , 38 and 44-100 in Calibre.
E. EEMINOTON & SONS,
. nuirt York,
r i h'c i a t
' ' Boston
Moore Nichols," ,
Wm. Reed A Son, -Jo.
C. GrubbA Co.,
Poultney A Trimble, . ,
Henry Folio rn A Co.,
Johnson, Bpencer A Cou
L. M. Rumkey A Co., '
Afbert K. Crane, , ,:.
1 ' New Orleans
' ' ' " ' Chica((o
' Bt. Louia
'' Ban FraoiiKo
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;.';: PROSPECTUS 1
OHIO ST ATES !tt A
For 1867." ".'.'
AS ia the past, through ennshioe end storm, The
jt. Ohio biaieamanwiu coniiuue innejioiy xeinu
oraiio -unalterably devoted to an advocacy of the
maintenance of the Constitution, in spirit and in let
ter, and to the preservation of the Union. Aside
from this, The Statesuua will bestow particular at
tention to -
Newt, Legitlalivt and Congrtmonal
Rtjort, Choice Inttruetivs and ;
And will give faithful market reports from the lsad-
ins CnrnmAmlal Centers of the country. :
Un the 13th of December, The Weekly statesman
will be so enlarged as to give two and a half add!
tional columns f leading matter weekly. ,The fol
lowing are tl)
;.TERMS-CA8H IN ADVANCE,
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t ' tux months,
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Incinnati Market. PROSPECTUS
Tu Seventh Volume and the Seventh
Year of the publication of Tut Crisis is
about to begin, and, in accordance with cus
tom, we issue our Annunl Prospectus. We
need not rCpitulate ita history during the
stormy years' pf it existence, nor remind
those who have rt$ l. ot ita services in be
half of lUe great principle of the Democra
cy, and what its oonduoto."' conceived, and
what time has shown, to be tbW bestiintoresls
of the country. Its merits have besn a
knowledged from the time it was stariv."! bJ
that veteran and distinguished jouruall&.'
Gov Midabt. and its preseut conductors!
simply claim for it the credit of an earnest
and undeviating adherence to the plan and
principles of its founder. In all the politi
cal vicissitudes of the past six years the
failure of some, the apostnoy of others, and
the unguarded weakness of many, exponents
of Democracy, Tub Crisis has never demo
ted from the straight path of principle, nor
been allured by temporary expedients, in
timidated by threats, nor disheartened by
defeat and disaster;
On the score of principle we claim for it
the merit of fidelity, honesty, and consist
ency. As a newspaper we claim tor It the
merit of being an exponent of Western in
terests and ideas, a reliable journal of the
times, a valuable companion of .the farmer,
the mechanic, the business man, and the
family circle. Il is our aim to Oil tno large
sheet with matter of real interest and per
manent value to discuss questions of prin
ciple that are of real significance, to inform,
improve, and instruct, as well as amuse
and to this end we discard the idle twaddle
which goes so far to fill up the daily papers,
the obscene advertisements and the sensa
tional folly of the day. We could publish
hundreds of letters from the best men of the
country approving of the course of Ins
Crisis in this respect, and to this course we
propose to rigidly adhere. 1 Tho reliable
market reports and (he great amount of
statistical, agricultural, financial, and po
litical information we publish, is of ira
porlance and value to business men, farm
ers, mechanics, and politicians ; while the
carefully selected page of literary miscslla
cy whioh eaoh number contains, commende
it to the home circle of nil.
The political views of Tub Cuisis scarcely
require definition. It is in favor of Demo
cratic princip'es in all their breadth and
purity, as expounded by Thomas Jeffehsom,
and the other really great men and founders
of the Government, and upon which the
Government was successfully conducted for
seventy years. It. is opposed to the Aboli.
tiou despotism whioh now controls the Fed
eral Government, in all its shapes and un
der whatever devioe it may appear. It is
opposed to the entire : Abolition theory of
politics, and all the monstrosities, humbugs,
and delusions which crow out of it. It is
opposed to the thieving jascality, the ty
runoical assumptions, tho stupid and bar
barous polioies and the lawless usurpations
of Congress, and to all the machinery that
the Jacobins have devised and put in opera'
tiou to overthrow Republican Government
inaugurate anarchy and absolutism, enslave
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