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THE VINTON RECORD.
'JOHN T. RAPEB,
Editor and Proprietor.
OnTOEfl. W. Comer of Main and
-Logan Sts,, Opposite Court House,
J2 A YEAR. IN ADVANCE.
Dtfli Smart. Samuel W. Kilfert, Jr.
Estsbllshsd m.
3MIART Sc KILVEKT,
'SUCCESSORS TO D4V1D SMART
Wholesale Grocers
1ND COMMISSION MEECHAHTS.
Prompt Attention given to the
Transfer of FIO IKON and
other Property from and to
Itailroad and Canal.
'Alio Agents for the Oolumbus and
Portsmouth Packets,
Water Street.betieeen Paint and Walnut
CHILLICOTHE,
mar II 1x1,01,
OHIO.
WILLIAM POLAND,
WHOLESALE GKOCElt,
.Lienor and Commission Merohants
. NO. 20 WATEB STREET,
CIIILLICOTI1K OHIO.
Ate In Barreli. Half Barrels and Bottles.
ortl
CISAS PA0T0ETU0.1, 12th DIST.
CIGARS! CIGARS!
ESAEirEE k ZEAMEE
Taint St., Four Doors South of Water,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
Kr sow on hand Urge stock of dry Ci
nra. Barer) choice branda La kose,
Clear Hasana, 1. X. I., No. A. bin Brand, Ma
ape,., nd tbe input brands of ((hewing
Steernnknf luWt known throughout the
Uaitedrttates. Wholesale I'rii - ( reduced on
II kinds f Tobacco and Cigar mohlOyl.
JOHN M. GGEIHNER,
DEALER IN
Italian and Vermont Marble.
ALL KINDS OF
GRAVE-YARD WORK
Neatly and promptly executed.
Mulberry St., bet'n Second &Watei
Chilllcothe. Ohio.
The Most Desirable Ees-
dence in MoArthnr.
FOR Sjk.XiIE3.
I OFFER for tnla my residence: on North
street. It ennni-ls of n splendid dwellinjj
bouoe, well tliiohed, ineiile ami out, Willi
Htil roo-na and a nood cellar. A goon otHee
building, stable, wood and coal lioliecHncI oili
er nece-.ary oiil-biiilditiiia. '1 l.e irniiM-a
ennlaiii2 acres, including I ecr of vmetnrd,
all ihritly ne:iriiiK vine'.; Ilie.e sre aim thirty
huu-iiig api-le. Ireea beat vnriMy of inili.-il
fruit, lweiil)"He- Inaiing ieach trees beM
bud led fruit, cherries, cinnceH, l ii mn, mid i
variety of hid. ill liuit I-or lull her i,uticul .n
Inquire at ilia office of thia vr, or at the
premines. 'teriua enay.
dec.au.iin 8. 8. nol.LISON.
Wheeler & Wilson
Wnwardel the highest premium Ht f lie
WOELD'3 FAIIt, LONDON IN 18C2
And al the
MXPOSXTION VtUVBItSELLB, PARIS -VI 807,
i sta.ulard machines competing. In Muy nt
this year we introduced to tins county the
New Improved Wheeler & Wilson
which not only siira,rse ll other machine,
but ii an Tar ahead ot the olil V, heeler 4 Wil
on aa the old was ahead of other miichine.
111 the bet lor tainly Kewiiig. make tin
leek stitch and ranks higheat on h. ciiiiI ..I
Ike elauicity permanence, beauty and ui imtmI
desirableness of iu aiilchitig, ami the wi.li
range of its application, few faster, require,
lees power and t more dnruM
Than any other Machine in tht World
9iiy no other until you trj
line Seiv Improved
Wheeler & Ullson.
The Sewing Machine World
is challenged
Old machines read listed and put in perfeo.
order at inning eot by calling n either oi
the agents.
For sale by
RiCHAHlJCKAlil, 1 ii Mctrlhur O
sug 17 1871
DENTISTRY
HAVING been engaged in the study and
pr.iclice of bentiir for fifteen yeara and
local practitioner in Jackson for.ix yenra,
and having availed myself ol all the
Modern Improvements in Dental
Soience
1 would rexpectlulfy say tothe cltnens of Me
, Arthur aud vicinity thai lain fully prepared
'to manipulate all the various branches ol the
science. Prices as low a Hie lowest. Work
: as good as the beat. Persona coming from a
. diatanre wishing to remain until their work ia
done will be enlertiined nt ray private rei
dence Iree.
ETHER SPRAY and ELECTRICITY
Used In extracting teeth, rendering their ex
traction comparatively iwihleaa. A ft male at-
lendant Iwnys on hand to wait upon Indies.
Oive me acali. b. T. BOGOE&S lieoin-t,
ISjunlr Jacksoo.O .
Jackson Marble Works,
B.F.SMITH&CO.
Slain Street, Jackson C. II., O.
Tn citisens of Jackson and adjoining enun
4!es are respectfully reminded that we are ex
ecuting MONUMENTS, GRAVE-STONES,
Obelisks,
Mantles
Bureau Tops,
Table Tops.
PARLOlt UEAltTtlSIVNES,
Picture Frames. Statues,
Aid til kind of ornamental work,. from the
best quality of
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN HARBLE3,
J If THE HI 0 EES! SI TLB OFAB1
At lower price" than can be purchased in
Southern tihio.
W Challenge Competition, and request
an Examination of vur Work and
Prict.' w v 18
VOL. 23 NO. 50.
MC ARTHUR, 01110, FEBRUARY 27, 1873.
WHOLE NO. 1,104
CEORCE W. HOLLAND,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Mc ARTHUR, O.
OFFICE. Datis' Bviuma vr 8tiss.
WILL sttend promptly to all business en
truated lohiacare. bpecial attention giv
en to polls, llnna, and araounls collected re
initted without delay. seplC71
O. T. CUNNINC,
LAWYBB,
M'ARTHTJB, O.
0NFICK AT DBfO STORE, MAIN STEKET.
Ittsug 1172
EDWIN" N. BAKNIiFlL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
-AND
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Onlce JlcArthur. Ohio.
Will attend promptly to all butiness entrnated
to his car. uovll
or s. clayfooleT
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
(PKOSECUTII.fi ATTORKEY,)
Mc ARTHUR, O.
Will prncllce i t Vinlon and adjoining coun
ties. Huni.es entrusted to liwcnre piompt
ly sttemled to. Office ill Court Houne.
Jan2UI72ly
noMi:ie c. joi:s.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MAIN 8TREtT.
McAIlTEUR, OUIO.
Ornci: One door west of Dan Will k Bros,
toie.
,nu?30y1
AMERICAN HOUSE.
OPPOSITF. R. R. IEP0T.
HAM DUN, OHIO.
R. FOX, PROPRIETOR.
Livery Stalks Attached.
MF.AI.8 ItKADY FOB ALL THAIN'8.
The llouae hna )iift been refiirnlKhed
Ihroiighont. t.'ooms clean arid comfortable,
the table mpplied with the lt 'he market
nlfortls, and uo pains spared to accomodate
Xiiest. mart lstiO ly
PEYTON COX,
AUCTION EER
IV ILL slten.l to nil business entrusted to
T) Ins rare.
P. 0. ADDKESS:
HEED'S Jfi ILLS,
finton County, O.
:ioctl87-2lm
ii.ti.!iis:XlL
DENTIST,
OKFiOF. ouih iil of Second street, fuui
iIooit. H orn WkIiiiiI hi reel,
C11ILLIC0TI1E, OHIO.
HEMtY M AULE,
iVlerch?nt Tailor,
llss Jurt received his
FALL AN D WINTER STOCK
Of Hie lnleht styles of
Cloths, Cassimcses and Vestings,
Vhich I will sell Very Low for Cnsli.
CI I WTO M work lon in the most fm-hioiiH
ybln and durable manner.
Thankful lor ths liberal patronage exiemled
lo me heretofore, I enlicil a cnntiiiuunce o!
lha same. Komeniber i he place
Second Street, Second Door from Lnu.
sluu'a Corner,
dett
II. MAULE.
JOHN BIECEL,
Formerly ol Haniden.l
ANNI'UNCKS lo his friends in Vinton and
adjoining cnuntlea that he has hmiuht the
Hotel Formerly Kept by Chas, Smith
Three doors west cf Madison, on
FEONT ST.
PORTSMOUTH, 0.
He has refitted it throughout, and Is prepared
lo entertain the Uaveling public at ressnuable
rates. )s"B
S V. LORD
Mo ARTHUR. O.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Yellow Poplar Shingle.
A LARGE stock on hsnd, well seascned,nd
offered at low prices.
FA CTOlt Y ear of John Lord!
Residence, Mc Arthur, 0
You are invit'd to call and examine quality
and prices. ruar'4.
MoAKTHUK
dorth-eut corner of Main and Jackson streets
McARTHUR, OHIO
GEO. W. BRUNTON, Proprletoi
Manufacture!
Carriages, Bvyuies. Expresses, etc
ALSO, WAOOSS AMD ALU IIKUS OS WAOOH WOSS
done to order on short notice.
Painting and Trimming
ol ail kinds executed in the neatest and most
artistm ettle.
BbPAlhJNG ol all kinds in my line will be
nromutlv iul neatl done.
avWurl( dul" "tlhia esiaUikhmcnt is war.
anted to t substantial, put up eolid and eie
eu'edin lha nio.i workmanlike manner, not
lo ne excelled in any respect bj any other es
Dr. J. L. DUNLAP,
tablisnmeuim me voiDirr.
Important to those
Who !need Furni
ture. The extensive Furniture
"Ware Kooms of W. E.
BUSERhas just been well
filled with an entire new
stock of elegant styles and
of the newest patterns.
Call and see the Cottage
Bedstead with very fine
bracket rail that he is sell
ing at 5.50. Also the
quarter Marble Bureau
with fine fruit carved han
dles at 20.00. In fact all
other goods are Bold lower
than the lowest.
22 PAINT STREET,
Bet. Second and Water,
CHILLICOTHE, O.
BUY YOU11
BOOTS AND SHOES
J. W. WILSON,
llnuulen, Ohio.
InQK none hut the br.t material, nhd em
nlov none but the. bot ani kmn.
Special ulilent on paid to the mnnufacliiie of
FINE DRESS BOOTS,
made to or h-r of the best French slock. All
work wurrmtt-d.
Perfect Fit Cuarantc I.
17octly J. W, WILSON.
$SO,000.0
IN PREMIUMS!
Are offered to Agents for procuring
Clubs for the CINCINNATI
WEEKLY GAZETTE
THE GAZETTE
N a thirty six olumn paper, and .'onh-in-thirty
-ftur culuiiiuanf muling iiiuiu-r. Jlii
devoted to
News, Literature, Politics, Agriculture,
Commerce, and all other sbj it t
of interest to tho People.
A. an airricutiirnl purer Hie Wkkklt (it-
sr.TTS can nut be surpaweil, Tlinit-anila ol
lnrniers sml houseKerpera eoimibiiteil to
Una depnrimeDl UuriiiKihe psst year.
The Gazette is the Leading
Republican Newspaper
of tho West,
tnd has the Inrjjest circulation ofay Hepub.
lit'iin paper wcm! id the nimiMtHiiiH.
AtiEXTS AVANTEI) EVEKYWIIEIIE
end for Premium 1. 1st, eto , to CIN. OA
ZKTI'KCK.. Cini'innnti, II. 24octllw
SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTZBZIIsrGr
FR I.Mi IICLLIiM,
At his net pluce of business,
THE OLD 11ECI1T STAND.
(Opposite Court tloune)
CHILLICOTHE, o.
HAS THE
Choicest Stock
OF
Spring and Summer Clothing
I.VER br.uuhl lo this market, embracing
Jail the luteal aud most rnahioiiable style;.,
rui in accordance with the hitext ln-bioiia.
When you want a nohliy "lilt dou't fall to call
on frank, tie also CUTS and
Makes Garments to Ordei.
and has a full line of
Cents' Underwear
II ATS AND CAPS, &C.
All clntbins marked down to the LOW.
EST Fliil'KLN. Give me a till and 1 will
warrant satislavtion
Itiapr FRANK HELLMAN.
J OB WOKE
EXECUTED
NEATLY & PROMPTLY
THIS OFFICE
WHIPPING CHILDREN.
WHIPPING CHILDREN. Extract from Mr. Beecher's last
Sermon.
Look at it In tna household
ia the process of rearing jchil
dren. When children aretnot,
but are merely the shadow of
things to come, while the yet
lie helpless ia the parut.'
arms, they must be cared for,
and this must go on up to a cer
tain point where government
begios. Just as soon as, the
child gets large enough, the
teaching of the child tojtake
cure of itself begins; he is
taught how to walk, how lo use
his hands, and after j a little
time, lite child, leaning tome
of the primary physfoal truths,
begins to learn moraV a so
cial truths from another ipliild
just ahead of him, whilg an
other just behind him larn9
of him, and the three have to
get along together, and byjand
by there are five or six, and all
have to livo together; atid bo
comes the gradual develop
ment of chancer upon, the
footing of selt-restraint, learn
ing to take cure ot sell by suf
fering lor self, and that is the
theory of punishment' ia the
f stiiily. Many persons object
to jihysiciil punishment for
children, but they might as
well revile Ood lor mailing the
c'nl J suffer puin when it stum
bles on a Mone. Punishment
is needed sometimes, anil
where it is needed use it, ami
where it is not needed do not
use it. It is purely a mailer ol
practical skill and wisdom
Use fint so much as is neces
sary io accomplish your e.itl, so
much ai d no more. I have no
doubt that a man, miy with
great experience in (lie rear
ing ol' children, might stop and
reason with the child, and so
dispense with the rod; lul I
should like to know'ttliat a
woman who huslot"Vontor a
living, who has fourteen chil
dren I should like to know
what she is goin; to do about
it. Great laughter J You
that have amplitude of means
can stop and blo' the bubbles
of society, but for others don'i
be alraid to do what. God does!
ull creation is whipped by Hun,
iml you need not be afraid to
ute the switch. Men say that
it awakens more bad passim B
than it cures. Well that is be
cause you don't whip hard
enough. All slight pinches, all
slapping of tho eurj !U0 abom
inations. You must aim to es
tablish a counter irritation, and
have it so. Those, then, can't
be the points inside and out
side at the samn time, thor
oughness in whipping, or uoih j
ing that is the rule.
The Lost Comet.
Just one hundred years ago
a new comet was discovered bv
Montaigne. It was so faint and
diilicult ol observation that no
lime could be fixed lor its re
turn In 1826 a comet was
found by Von Biela, and on
computing the orbit it proved
to be identical with that of
1772. Further investigation
showed that it was also ob
served in 1S05, but was not
then recognized as the same
It was, therefore a periodical
comet, and tho period of its
revolution was found lo be six
years eight months. It has
been known as Biela's comet,
from its discoverer of 1826. The
next two returns were not fa
vorable for it observation, so
that it was not again srtisfac
torily detected till 1845. It
was seen in November and Da
cember of that year by a num
ber of observers, who noticed
nothing unusual; but in Janu
ary it was found to have suf
fered an accident such as was
never betore known to happen
to a heavenly body, of which
no explanation has ever been
given. It was split in twe, and
for some months was observed
as Iwo comets. In 1852 it ap
peared again, and now the two
comets were nearly two million
miles apart. They disappeared
from view about the end of
September, and have never
been seen since, although they
must have returned in 1859,
and again in 1866 nd 1872
The return of 1866 was quite'
favorable, but although the
most powerful telescopes
searched for it, all was in vain.
The comet had vanished from
the heavens.
The earth had crossed the or
bit of this coiiet about the end
of November. I'rolessor New
ton was thus led to infer that,
though lost to sight, the frag
ments of the comet would bn
seen about that time striking
the atmosphere as shooting
stars. This prediction was fully
verified by the event. On the
evening of November 27, be
tween the hours of six and
eight, a remarkable shower of
meteors was observed, the as
tronomers of the Naval Observ
atory countingseveral hundred.
And further, the direction of
their motion corresponded, as
nearly as could be judged, to
that of the lost comet. In con
sequence, the Washington as
tronomers entertain no serious
doubt that the meteoric shower
wa3 really caused by the
enrlh'dmeeting the debris ol
—Harper's Magazine
for March
The Make-up of the Body.
Supposing your age to be Gf
teen or thereabouts, I can fig
ure you to a dot. You have
ICO bones and 500 muscles;
your blood weighs 25 pjunds;
your heart iu five inches in
length, and three inches in di
ameter; it beats 70 times a
minute, 4,200 times per hour,
100,300 per day, and 36,722,000
PiPr yearrAt eaph beat a lit
tie over two ounces of blood is
thrown out of it; and each day
it receives and discharges
about seven tons of that won
deiful fluid. Your lung3 will
contain a gallon of air, and you
inhale 24,000 gallons per day.
The aggregate surlace of the
air cells of your lungs, suppos
ing them to be spread out, ex
ceeds 20,000 square inches.
The weight of your brain is
ibree poundf; when you are a
man it will weiu-Ii eight ounces
more. Your nerves exceed
10,000 in number. Your skin
is composed of three layers, and
varies from onc:ourtn to one-
eighth of an inch in thickness.
Hie area ot ycur skin is about
1,700 square inches, and you
are tubjected to an atmospherj
iq pressure cf fifteen pounds to
the square inch. Each square
inch of your skin contains 3,500
sweating tubes or perspiratory
pores, each of which may be
likened unto a little drain-tile
one lourth of an inch long, ma
king an aggregate length of the
entire surface of your body ol
201,166 feet, a tile-ditch for
draining the body almost forty
—Exchange.
Yesterday in tho lower
branch of the Missouri Legis
lature the affidavit oi Genftral
Dorris, one of the recent as
pirants lor the Senatorship
irom that State, Was presented
and read, io which he distinct
ly stated that he had used
money in working for his owu
election, and naming two mem
bers to whom he had given
money The House, being
largely Democratic, refused to
consider the accusation, re
fused to have the report of the
Investigating committee re
committed, that General Dor
ris might be examined, and by
their action plainly showed a
desire that the report as made
by the committee w.s a vrhite
washed a flair. Talk about
Democratic honesty and integ
—State Journal,
12th.
Take Your County Paper.
'Well, Squire, you say you
don't take your county paper."
"No, major, I get city papers
on better terms, so J taka a
couple of them."
"But, 'Squire, these county
papers are a great convenience
to us; the more we encourage
them, the better the editor can
make them."
I don't know that they are
of any convenience to me."
"The farm you sold last
spring was advertised in one
ot them, and you thereby ob
tained a customer."
, 'Very true, major, but I paid
three dollars for it."
"Now if the neighbors had
not maintained th it press, you
would have been without tho
means of publishing your
daughter's marrirge, and your
brother's death last summer"
"Yes, yes, but ''
"And your nephew wai a
cindidate for the Legislature;
you were highly gratified at
his newspaper defence, which
elected him and cost you noth
ing." "Yes; but these little things
are news to the readers, and
make the people take the pa
pers.'' . ' No, no, 'Squire, not if they
were all like you. Now, I tell
you 'Squire, the day will come
when somebody will write a
long euolgy on your life, char
acter, etc., and the printer will
put it in type, with a heavy
black rule over and under it
and with all your riches, this
will be done for you as a grave
for a pauper. Your wealth,
liberality rjnd all such will be
spoken o''; but the printer, as
he spells the words in arrang
ing the type, will remark:
'Poor, rasan, devil, he nevar
took the paper, and is now
swindling the printer out of
his - -funeral ..notice,. -of,. ho.. i
dead.'"
"Good morning, 'Squire,1'
A Man Who Never Fills Out
His Term.
livening
nal relates the following of Ihe
present Governor of Illinois:
"No sooner did General John
L. Beveridge return from the
war in which he was a gallant
cavalry officer, than he was
nominated for Sheriff of this
county, and elected. Before
his terra as Sheriff had expired.,
he was elected State Senator.
Belore his office of Senator ex
pired, he was nominated and
elected Congressman tor the
State at large, to fill the va
cancy caused by Gen. Logan's
resignation. Last fall, before
his term for Congressman had
expired, ho was nominated and
elected Lieutenant-Governor,
which position he entered up
on two weeks ago; and now,
Gov. Oglesby having resigned,
Gen.' Beveridge becomes Gov
ernor of the State. Verily, ho
is oue of the luckiest men, po
litically, in the United States."
A DASDuur wuinau gout fter
boy down street lor the follow
ing articles: A bar of soap, a
piece of music entitled "Wait
ing at the Gate, Love," three
needles, a feather, bottle of
hair oil, the New York Weokly,
pound of starch, a mended ear
ring, halt pound ot candy, ten
cents' worth of !ini9, a clothes
line, a basket of shavings and
a paper of ground cinnamon.
What the boy brought home
was a half pound of candy.
Says a Washington letter:
"There is not a vestige of ihe
former man left in Chief Jus
tice Chase. His most intimate
friends do not recognize him.
From ihe handsome, smooth
faced, portly man, he his be
come a tall, heavy, thin man,
with a yellow beard; his mind
is clear, but his voice is weak
and the thin lips Quiver from
paralysis. He goes about, the
ghost ot his former 8011,"
ADVERTISING TISItSIS.'
One square,... 9
Each additional insertion ...
Cards, per year "
Local notices, per lhle '
Yearly advertisement" $10O H
column, and at proportion t. rat Jtl
less apace. Payable in adyanco.
l3TTh Record being tii ofBclr l
nniMr rf tha tnun. aud hnwinr tt o
largest circulation of any paper in tl
county, ouera superior iiuucemeKip
to advertiser.
Improved Liquid Glue.
An improved liquid glue, c
cording to the Journal of Ap
plied Chemistry, may be pre.
pired by dissolving tlr
parts of glue, broken into email
pieces,' in twelve to fifteen,
parts of saccharate of lime.
On warming, the glue dissolves
rapidly, and remain, liquid
when cold, without losing it
strength. Any desirable cons
sislency maybe secured by
varying the amount ot sacchar
rate of lime.
The thicker glue keeps its
muddy color, the thin becomes
clear, on standing, fhesaccha
rate of lime is prepared by
taking one part ot loat sugar
and dissolving it in three parts
of water, adding to tb sugac
one-fourth part of its weight of
slacked lime, and heating tha
whole to 145 or 165 and si
lowing it to macerate- f r
severs P dayf, with frequent
8hp.king. The' greater pirt pf
the lime will be thus'dissolvetV. '
and the solution may be da-
canted from the lime sediment,'
which bag the properties rf
mucilage.
The solution of the glue it .
the saccharate of lime may bs
made very rear i'y, and eea
old gelatine, which has be
come insoluble in water, wlU
be easily dissolved. The gln
has great adhesiveness, and
admits of very many uses.
Harper's Magazine for March.
Bkigiiaxi Youjio's one bxUi
dred and seventeen children
have been learning to sing
"Father, dear father, com
home," one tinging the solo
while the other on hundred
aud sixteen Joiu in the chorus
until each, has successively
gtven a tug at their lather's do
mestic affections.. The chorus
tears Brigham's tender vital
all to flinders. .. " ' .'
Tub Steamer Petrel No. 2
capsized on the Ohio River,
about a mile and a half below
Uaskeiville, on Sunday morn
ing the 9th inst., about 2
o'clock. The boat was owned,
by the Tomeroy Salt trans
portation company, uninsured,
and was valued at 10,000. Ths
hull, cabin, machinery and
boilers, it is thought can b
saved, although in a damaged:
o ndition.
Tue Northern Pacific Rail
road will bo commenced in tl
spring, and troops are asked
for the protection of the men.
against the Indians. The Set -retary
oi War asks Congress ft r
an appropriation of $250,000
for the establishment of two
military posts on the line, and
the employment of 2,00(1
troops.
The relative cost of our roadi
is increasing. Steel rails ars
taking the placa of iron, light
rails are taken up and heavier
rails laid down. Better bridges.
double tracks, solid earthwork
atoao txsllctol, sud Ullittr 1U1-
prjyeinents add both to tb
cost and durability of the work.
as well as to their economy..
Thomas 11 ays, claiming to bo
from , Cincinnati, was arrested
at Cairo, III., last Monday foe
passing counterfeit money,
One thousand and twenty dol
lars in counterfeit fives w6s
iound on him. Tie resisted des
perately, firing several shots r ,(
the officers without iajuri gj
any one.
A Danbury young man, ' m
the ardor of his affection prom
ised to cherish one 0f oar
young ladies with a lore taafc
would survive an atroy over
coat. The electoral votes VocPreaf
dent and Vice--Ptesje&t were
counted last week at Washing
ton Oity. The ore 0f Arkan.
sas and LouU ana, and three of
toe vot of Georgia were r.
'jeeted,

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