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Editor and Proprietor.
OFFICE IT. W. Qorner of Main and
Logan Sts., Ooposite Court Homo.
$3 A YEAR. IN ADVANCE.
taavUSmart. Bsmuel W. Kilvert, Jr.
MAKT Sc KILVERT,
) ! SUCCESSORS TO rMVlDBMART l
; Wholesale Grocers
1UD COMMISSION MEECHANTS.
Prompt Attention given to the
rrattttier or i"ii ikus ana
other Property from and to
also Agenti for the Columbus and
Water Street.betvten Taint and Walnut
mar 11 ism It
' Xipjior and Oommiiaioa Merohanta
KO. 50 WATER STRICT,
CHILLICOTHE. - OniO.
Ale In Bsrrell, Half Barrel and Bottles.
CIQAR FA0TOST H0.1. 12th DIST.
SHAEFFEB & IBAMER
Taint St., Four Doora South of Water,
nave bow oo hand e large atoclc of dry Ci
gar. Several choice brands La Koee,
dear Havana, I.X. I.., No. A .Whig Brand, Ma
aappa.Ao., and the ducat brands of chewing
ad smoking tobacco known irroiighoul the
United .states. Wholenle Prii i reduced on
all kinda of Tobaoro and Cigar mchltyl.
JOHN 1M GGBHNER,
Italian and Vermont Marble.
ALL KINDS OF
Nolly and prompllv executed.
.Mulberry St.,bet'n Eecocd & Vatei
The Most Desirable Bes-
dence in Mc Arthur.
I OFFER for tale my residence on North
street. It cnuninls of a splendid dwelling
bolide, well finished, inside and out. with
eight roonisand a good cellar. AgonoollH-e
building, stable, wood and coal house and ntu
or nei-e-mry out-buildings. The prvniixe
contain i auree, including I acre ofvinetard,
an tunny nenring vine, mere are aio inirij
beiirins iiinle trceH bent varipty of irmrtetl
Xrint, twenty-live larina peauli treen be.l
'budded fruit, cherries, quinism, ilnma,and
vnriety of m ill li iiit Kor lurthtr pnrticiilur
Inquire at the ntttce of (his H,or, or At the
IptemiHcu. lerniH easy.
dec3ii.iin 8. S. POLLISOX
Wheeler & Wilson
Fa. awarded the highest premium at Hie
WORLD'S FAIE, LONDON IN 1862
And at tha
SieOSX TIOS VXlTEltSELlS, PARIS JV1867,
fe atatidard machines competing. In Mtiy ol
tin. year we introduced to Ihia county the
Nm Improved Wheeler & Wilson
' hich not only eurpaecs all other machine,
But it a tar Knead 01 tne nut vt heeler Wil
oaaatheold was ahead of other machinm
It I thebeKt for tnm ly einj.'. mxke the
.1 ook etitch and ranks highest on account ol
tbe eU'iirity permanence, benutyand generxl
deairableneae of itt iilchiny. and the wide
ranfe ofite application. Hewn fiwter, requires
,iaea power anti i more onrnrtie
Than any other Machine in the World
"3UT no other until jou tij
tins new litipruvcd
Hbeeltir & ttllnun.
The Sewitig Machine World
Old machine rend listed and put in perfeel
order at a lulling cont by calling on eilherol
For aale hy
RICHARD CRAIO, li-.a ,i,,l.
iOKi K W. UU80N. A8"""' McArthur, 0.
aug 1? 1871
TTAVINU been engaired in the study and
-J lpriclice of Uenti.irT for fifteen year and
a local Drautitioner in Jackeon for ix yeara,
and having availed myself ol all the
-Modem Improvements in Dentul
1 Would rexpectlulfy any loihe citnens ol Ma
Arthur and vicinity thai I am fully preplffell
to maoipulate all the various branche ol the
aoience. Prices aa low a the lowet. Work
as good aa the bett. Person coming from a
distance wishing to remain until their work ia
-done will he entertained at my private rei
ETHER SPRAY and ELECTRICITY
Heed in extracting teeth, rendering their ex--traction
comparatively painleaa. A ft male at
londant lwaya on hand to wait upon ladies.
Give me acall. 8. T. ByGUKSS, Heotixt,
Jackson marble Works,
B. F. SMITH & CO.
Mala Street, Jackson C. II., O.
The oitiiene of Jackson and adjoining eonn
t'.eaare respectfully reminded that we are ex
Muting MONUMENTS, GRAVE-STONES,
Picture Frames. Statues,
Aid all kinds of ornamental work, from the
best quality of
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLES,
INTMEHIORESl S1TLS 0FAS1
At lower prices than can be purebased in
We Challenge Vompettiton, and requett
em Examination ef eur Work and
VOL. 24-NO. 2.
MC ARTHUR, OHIO, MARCH
WHOLE NO. 1.19 8
O. T. CUNNING,
0XFIC1 AT DKrO IT0KB, VAIX ITIBBT.
EDWIN N. DARN Ii ILL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office McArthur. Ohio,
Will attend promptly to all business antra sted
k ma earn. uovii
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Will practice 1.1 Vjnton end adjoining conn
ties. biieii.es entrusted to nie car piompt
ly auenueu to. umoc in v.ouri none.
UOMEU C. JONES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ornoi: One door west of Dn Will Bros,
OPPOSITE R. R. DEPOT.
IIAMDEN, O II I O .
R. FOX, PROPRIETOR
livery Stables Attached.
UEALS READY FOB ALL TBAIN8
Tha Route has hint been refurnished
Ihrouuhoiit. dooms clean and comfortable.
the (utile supplied with the hest the market
ononis, anu no paina spureu to wcomnnaw
guests, nun ioua iy
AUCTION EE B.
ITT ILL attend to nil bueinesa sntruited to
t hia care.
P. 0. A DDK EPS: - - .
1'inioH County. O.
Has just received his
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
Of the latest styles of
Cloths, Cassimeses and Veatings
Which I will sell Very Low for Cash.
CtlTSTOM work done in the most fashions
AAe snd durnMe manner.
Thankful for the libeml nalrnnaze extended
to me heretofore, I solicit a continuance ol
the same. Remember t he place
Second Street, Second Door from Lan
Formerly ot Hamdcn.
t NNOUNCF.S to his friends in Vinton snrl
iladjoininn counties that he has houuht the
Hotel Formerly Kept by Chaa. Smith
Three door west cf Madison, on
lie ha refitted it throughout, end I prepared
in entertain the liaveling public at reasnnal le
Mc ARTHUR. O.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Yellow Poplar Shingles.
LARRE stock on hand, wellseasrned.snd
offered nt low prices.
FA CTOR Y fear of John Lord"
Hesxdence, McArthur, (J
You are invited So call and examine quality
ami prices. mart
North-east corner of Jlainsnd Jackson streets
GEO. IV. BKUKTON, Proprietor
Carriage!, Buggies. Expresses, etc
ISO, WiOOHS AMD ALL KINDS Of WiSOX WOES
done to order on short notice.
Painting and Trimming
all kinds executed in the nestest and most
KUPA1K1NQ ol all kinds in. my line will be
promptly and neatl. done.
m. Work done at 'this eaiablishmcnt ia war.
tttdted to be subaiantial, put up solid and exe
cuted id tan moat worKirSQii ve manner, not
oe exceuea in soy respect ov toy other es
GREAT OFFERS TO AGENTS.
made by Tns 8ATDSDiy Evinims Post and
Ths Li's Faisao. A beautiful chromo of
CHILD PBOPHET SAHITEI.."
worth IS 00. Is given with the nsner fsnh
scrlpliua price t-t oil) or with the Magasine
(prise S's 60.) Do not fail to examine into this
oner, it is
A (I BEAT COHBIKATIOX I IJ
Address for circulars, .smnles. An.. Oiuni
P((rJ.3l9 Walnut itmt, fkthdilfh.a.
Errors of Youth.
Rules and Presoiiptions that will cure any
case of Seminal Weakness, Emissions, Ac,
restore lest manhood to perfect health.
bSNT rasa to ill, by one who has sintered and
now cured. Address, with stamp, Enoaa
TaxMAiNB, station lr.Mew Tork. 2janly
FA It II FOR MALE.'.
bm fcsA R.'l,flE Jennings Fstte,
i lit il 7? one m,le nortn..west
W iHMM ?fot Hsmden, adjoinint
ft .ft farm of Hon. T. M. Bay,
eoutaining 180 acres, 130 acres in grass sud
balance 10 timber. A new two-story frame
house, barn, smoke-house and other necessa
ry out-honsee are among the improvements.
he larm lies well, is well watered, teeeing
everything connected with il in smnd ra.
peer. fr farther inlhrnisiion inaiire of
fluey aVasWlUKSK -Hssjiaes, Oae.
SPRINC AND SUMMER
At his net place of busiuess.
COSTS BLOCK. OPPOSITE UBIOff
Spring and Summer Clothing
"T7YER brought to this market, embracing
Jjiall the latent and moat fashionable styles
rut in accordance vmn ins uu-st amnions.
When you went a nobby suit don't aul to call
on Frank. He sue CUTti and
Makes Garments to . Order
and hu a full line of
II ATS AND CAPS, fcC
All clothing marked down to the IAW
EST rifilKKs). Give me a call and 1 will
ttarr FRANK BELLMAN
Important to those
Who need Furni
ture. The extensive Furniture
Ware Rooms 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 sold lower
than the lowest.
22 PAINT STBEET,
Bet. Second and Water
BOOTS AND SHOES
J. W. WILSON.
ITT?K none but the best material, and em
ploy none but the best workmen.
Upecinlutttentinn paid to the manufacture of
FINE DRESS BOOTS,
made to orler of the best French stock.
J. W, WILSON.
Are offered to Agents for procuring
Ulubs for toe UlNiJiHHAli
Is a thirty six column paper, snd contsin
thirty-four columnsof reading matter. Jtis
News, Literature, Politics.Agriculture,
Commerce, and all other s bj tils
of Interest to the People.
As an agricutural paper tha Wisklt Oa-
siTTBcannot he surpassed. Thousands of
farmers and housekeepers contributed to
mis department during tne psst year.
The Gazette is the Leading
of the West,
And has the largest circulation of any Repub
lican paper west ol tne mountains.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
Send for Premium 1. 1st, eto , to CIN. OA
ZKTTECO., Cincinnati, O. 24octllw
J OB WORK
NEATLY & PROMPTLY
Indiana Temperance Law.
The Republican Legislature
of Indiana last week pawed a
strict temperance law, in com
parison with which the Adair
law is mild and liberal. It con.
tains not only the fundamental
principles of the Adair law,
but also other stringent and
The Indiana law forbids the
sale of intoxicating liquors to
be drank in the place of sale,
unless a license has been
granted. Persons wbo wish to
obtain a license mast send a
petition to the County1 Com
missioners which haj been
signed by a majority of the vo
ters of the township, on a
basis of the number of , Votes
given in the preceding Con
gressional election. Besides,
the possessor of the license
must find security in the sum
of three thousand dollars,') with
two real estate owner for
the sale or giving of intoxicat
ing liquors to a minor, who be
comes partly or entirely drunk
from it; the law provides that
the seller can be forced to pay
suitable amends to any person
interested in the drunkard;
said amends can be sued for in
any Court of competent juris
diction. It is declared illegal for a
person to get drunk.' The
punishment is a fine or impris
onment. The sale of liatior on
the Sabbath and festival days,
as well as on election days, is
lorbidden; also on week days,
betwen the hours of 9 in the
evening and 6 in the morning
(police hours,) with a fine ol
from $5 to $25 for every glass
sold. The law further deter-
mines that any husband, wife,
child, parent, guardian or any
one else who is injured in per
son, or in property, by a drunk
ard, or in consequence of
drunkenness, shall have the
right to enter suit against the
person or persons who by sel
ling the liquor, have caused
this drunkenness; and that any
one owning a house and rents
t for the sale of liquor?, or
has rented it for other objects
and knows that liquor is sold
n it, is subjected ti the
conditions of the law in re
spect to indemnification, as
well as the seller of the liquor.
A married woman has the
same right to enter a com
plaint as an unmarried one.
The illegal sale of liquor has
the effect that the lease and
every claim of the lessee U
upon the property rented. The
aw still provides that no liquor
shall be given to An intoxicat
ed person or any one who is in
the habit of getting drunk.
The punishment for trespass
ing in this section n from $5 to
$50. Besides these fines im
prisonment in the county jail
from ten to thirty days, are
provided for every transgress
ion of the law.
An Instructive Brick.
By a microscopic examination
of a brick taken from the pyr
amid of Dashour, a German
philosopher has discovered
many interesting particulars
connected with the life and
habits of the ancient Egyptians
The brick itself is made of mud
of the Nile, chopped straw and
sand, thus confirming the ac
counts ot the Bible concerning
the method of brick manufact
ure. Besides these material.,
the microscope h-s brought to
ight the remains of the river
shells, fish and insects; the seeds
of wild and cultivate i flowers,
corn and barley, the field pea
and tne common flax, cultivat
ed probably both for food and
textile purposes, and the rad-
dish, with many others known
to science. Manufactured pro
ducts were also found, such as
fragments of tiles and pottery,
and small pieceB ot string made
The Farmers' War Against
In Illinois particularly, and
in the Western Stales general
ly, a systematic agitation has
begun among the farmers to
cecure the passage of laws to
regulate the tolls charted for
passengers and freight. This
is but the beginning of a long
and bitter fight between the
producers and the carriers of
passengers and freight. It is
in the nature of a strike
against the extortions of or
ganized capita!, which neces
sarily will produce inconveni
ence and losses to both parties.
Agitation, legislation, and liti
gation will follow in quick
succession; men will come
evasions and more legislation,
an appeal to the Supreme
Court of the United States,
and finally a combination and
consolidation of both interests.
Alter a ten-year struggle it
will be found that isolated
State legislation can not check
the evil, because if products
are to be delivered at New
York, local legislation ot the
several States, unless uniform,
can not afford relief. After
this has become manifest the
General Government will be
appealed to, and the local
struggle will be nationalized.
We have no doubt but the
farmers have the right on their
side. The railways have of
late given the least comfort,
safety, and accommodation for
the most money, and the soon
er our railway princes discover
that they can not impose upon
the community with perfect
impunitj', the better.
Thus far the resolutions ot
the farmers have been earnest
but temperate, and it would
be well if the railway mana
gers would come together, and
inaugurate a friendly confer
ence and measures to abate as
many of the just grievances of
the public as possible.
One of the great difficulties
under which all railways labor
is the fact that the stock and
mortgage bonds together rep
resent a fictitious indebtedness.
Many a railway, which could
be built for $25,000 to the mile
and fully equiped, is crippled
by an indebtedness of twice
that sum per mile. This ficli
tious value must first be wiped
out before relief can be ob
Growth of Trees.
As the results of observa
tions an from thj t estimony ol
reliable men, the following is
about the average growth in
twelve years, ot the leading de
sirable varieties when planted
in belts and groves and culti
vated: White Maple, one foot
in diameter and thirty feet
high; Ash leaf Maple, one foot
in diameter and twenty feel
high; White Willow, one and a
half loot in diameter and forty
feet high; Yellow Willow, one
and a half foot in diameter and
thirty-five feet hish; Lombardy
Poplar, ten inches in diameter
and lorty feet high; Blue and
White Ash, ten inches m diam
eter ami twenty feet high;
Chesnut, ten inches in diame
ter and twenty feet high;
Black Walnut and Butternut,
ten inches in diameter and
twenty feet high; Elm, ten
inches in diameter and twenty
feet high; White Walnut or
Hickory, eight inches in diame
ter and twenty-five feet high.
The different varieties of Ev
ergreens will make an average
growth of eighteen to twenty
inches in height annually.
Recent statistics show that
in London 300liorses die week
ly, and that 700.000 c its in the
metropolis are fed from their
Of all thingt in the world
that are "better late than nev
er," going to bed certainly
Many circumstances render
the history of this island pecu
liarly interesting Here wts
planted the first European col
ony in the new world. It was
the first spot cursed with Afri
can slavery, and the place
where the great movement for
the extinction of human servi
tude commenced. On this is
land has been wielded almost
every European government,
the blood ot whose children
has been lavishly poured forth
upon its soil. Though fire and
sword, cruelty and persecution,
have swept every part of this
clcnous island,- to-day it rests
upon the bosom of the tropic
seas as beautiful, majestic, and
fruitful in all its natural gilts as
whenColumbus first discovered
it, waiting only the assistance
of law and sound government,
accompanied by intelligence,
industry,and enterprise, to take
its place as one of the most fa
vored of states. Lying in the
Atlantic Ocean.at the entrance
to the Gulf of Mexico, second
of the Great Antilles to Cuba
in size only, banto Domingo,
by its position and natural ad
vantages, ranks first of all the
beautiful islands in these wa
ters; and though to-day impov
erished and a beggar, she will
yet prove, under proper care, a
precious jewel to the power
that may take her under its
—Harper's for April.
Advertising a Public Benefit.
Business men of a town who
advertise, are well aware that
advertising pays them, and we
are always pleased to hear
them say so, but they are also
entitled to some credit from the
communities in which they are
doing business, as their adver
tisements do not speak for
themselves, alone. The adver
tisements of the loca) paper are
always taken by the stranger
and business man, or the cap
italigt looking for a location, as
an evidence of the prosperity of
a town and advertisers are thus
workiDg for the well-being of
the whole community in which
they live. Suppose a business
man in a remote locality wishes
to invest capital in some other
place; be will naturally choose
a place which he has reason to
believe is a "live" one and pros
pering, and where can he find
so convenient and sure an ev
idence as in the advertisement
of local papers which are al
ways kept on file in all our
arge cities for this and other
in ormation. Business men
therefore further the interest
of themselves and community
by being represented in the ad
vertising columns of their lo
It is quite refreshing to note
the comments of the Opposi
tion press on result of the Cred
it Mobilier investigation. To
read some of these journals,
one would think that they were
the exponents ot a party that
never sinned; that hld in its
keeping all the public and pri
vate virtue in the land. Dem
ocratic editors who never had
a word to say against the sin of
rebellion; who defended Tweed
and his brother thieves as high
toned gentlemen and model
public servants; who have
grown ricn by using their col
umns to advocate and justify
the schemes of a corrupt lobby,
suddenly assume an air ol
saintly innocence, and proceed
to lecture the nation on (he sins
and shortcomings of the Re
Adam Wamser, one of the
men injured by the lotomHive
explosion, at Port8Tiouih,8ome
tlireo ra nths since, will re
ceive $2,750 from the M. & C.
Railroad Comp my the same
as paid the two widows of the
men who were killed by the
One siimifj, $1 CO
Eacli additional Insertion ... BO
Cards, per year 0 OO
Local notices, per line, 1ft
Yearly adTertisemenu $100 OO
column, and at proportionate rate pet
less space. Payable In advance.
t7The Record betnjr the official
paper of the town, and having tt e
largest circulation of any paper in tr j
souiity, offers superior Inducements
Thk Washington Republican
of the 11th has (he following;
as to Speaker Blaine's refusal
to take the $5000 back pay:uIn
connection with the groundless
little flurry about the Comp
troller overruling the Con
gressional salary bill from some
defect in the language of the
law, the following incident is
worthy of record and preserva
tion: After Mr. Blaine had in
terlined the word 'hereafter' in
the clause relating to theSpeafe
er's salary, it was found that
there aa some doubt whether
that would be sufficient to out
off bis back pay for the reason"
that the law would take effect
as soon as signed and soma
hours before the session expir
eel. laken m connection with
the clause 'including all mem
bert of the Forty-second Con
grese,' there was at least ground
for apprehending that the
Speaker had not succeeded in
cutting himself off from the
two years' back pay. Hearing
of this nice point of construo
tion, Ihe Speaker went to the
conference committee and had
the word 'hereafter struck out
and the Words 'after the present
Congress' inserted, thtii finally
and effectually cntting himself
off from all possibility ofthe
$5000 which others would have
voted into his pocket if be had
simply remained silent. The
Philadelphia Ledger thinks
Speaker Blain's conduct in
this matter deserves 'honorable
The Blind Basket Girl.
The following example of
love and zeal in a blind girl
will interest our readers. A
blind girl in England, brought
to a clergyman thirty shillings
for a missionary society. The
clergyman, surprised that she
should offer him so large a sum,
said to her:
"You are a poor blind girl;
can not afford to give thirty
shillings to the society."
"I am indeed, sir,'' said she,
"as you may see, but not so
poor, perhaps, as you may sup
pose me to be, and I can prove
to you that I can better afford
to give these thirty shillings
thab those girls who have
The clergyman was.of course,
very much struck with her an
swer, and said, 4 shall be glad
to know how you make that
"Sir," she answered, "I aw a
basket-maker, and being blind,
I can make baskets in the dark
as in the light. Now, I am,
sure, sir, in the last dark win
ter it must have cost those girls
that have eyee more than thir-
ty shillings to buy candles to
see to make basket", and bo I
think I have proved that 1 cam
afford this money, and now 1
hope that you will take it all
for the missionaries."
Hon. Isaiah Pillars, of the)
Ohio House ot Repreaetah'ves,
has made an able and telling
report in favor ot the abolish
ment of Capital Punishment,
lie is sustained in his views by
a majority of the Judiciary
Committee, Tho eleven years'
experience of Michigan, &i
well as the opinions of a large
number of the foremost think
ers of past and present times',
are cited with effect in favor of
this measure, which has many
earnest friends In Ohio.
Tug first marriage on record"
in Scioto couny, is that Of Tom
as Beaver to Sarah Hickman,
on Ihe 17th day Of April, 1804.
Isaac Corv Chillicothe, has
been arrested by the U.S.
authorities for selling whiskey
A D anbury sport wears a (en
cent silver piece, on his shirt
bosom, and calls it a dim and
pin, which it certainly is.