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MaRTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1871.
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M Arthur, Nov. 15th, 1871.
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tlnu.d dntil nrdored dltcontlnned, and eliarcod aeeord
Kll2lnn and Charllable Nolle fro..
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
On and after June) 2B, 1871, Trains will
. run as follow:
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b :::::: :
i, : . : :
: : : : : :
: o : :
b :::: : : :
i : : I : :i ::!::::! i :: i I
5 : : :
CINCINNATI EXPRESS will run dally.
All other Trains dully, except Hunday.
CINCINNATI EXPRKHfl aHT makes no
top botween Hatndnu and Athens.
8JW r. a.
9.15 A. M.
M IS P.W.
6:00 A. u:
12-DO P. V.
Trains Oonxteet at Lovelaxid
For all points on tlieMttle Miami Railroad, and
at the Indlanapolli Cincinnati Railroad Junc
tion for all points Wett.
- W. Wi PEAHODY, "
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
On anil after MON I) AYMay IHWl, Ex
pre Train will kkavs COLUMBUS and
CRESTIilNB and arrivi at point nsmed be
low, as follow: . .
Niaara Palls'. .'.
New York City
. 3:45 p m
Ism d m
. lUp m
10 40 am
. 1 10 p m
11 ioa m
Fort Wayne .
,. 5 30am
No. 4. '
(Tll5 n m
8 a m
7 00 am
. KPlK. 4. leaTlna; Columbn at 4:10 p. m.
ha a Through Car.iu Delaware for Bprlngfleld,
reaehlnir RprlnKfield wlthoutchnn re at 7:90 p m.
Irain No. on the OolumbuaA tfooking Val
!JT Hallrearl connect with No. 4 Train. Tbroimh
Tlnkols for eale at Athens.
PABftRNGKR TRAINS retarninu srrlvs st
Oolnmbtia at 1 2:5 a m, 1 1 :15 a. m. and t UW a. m
JKrPalaoe Day and Sleeping Can
On All Trains.
wa-"Ko " leaving Oolumbna at i-.V, a ro, on
Snndar. nine throtiKh without detention, by
both Erie and New York Central Hallway,
arH rhujnt Now York on Monday morning; at
for rtartlnnlar Information In regard to
throitfh tlcketa. time, connections, etc., to all
point Kast, Wt, North and Soiilh, apply to
or acUlreil E. FlRf). Onlumhtia.Ohio.
K. . r MNT. en. rinnerlnteodent.
"'i' AgeM.Oolumbua, Oi
rnttwr Ac'ettt, Col 11 mint, Pi".
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
Took Effect on Sunday, May 28, at 12 M.
rremOOLTJMBTJSCrla Atksu) to fOETDMOOTB
Onr th Oolsmbtn a Hooklns; T alley
Marietta & (Haoisaatl StU toa-ts.
Oolumbiit..,. 8 f
OrOTPport,. , . fl 84
Wlnchuaior., 0 43
Lancntcr,. .10 lb
Sugnr OroTe.10 4H
I,oran .11 17
Kali 1 1 11 . .P.M. 12 11
bOKan . 7-tT
ijatn'.asier . 0:1a
IColumhu. . .9:4jI
Cnron tliu 8:,')5 A. M. Truin run tbronrh to
rortsntonth without chancre, arriving at McAr
thur at at I M P m. : and Car fortbe KX P. If.
Train from Portamouth for Columbus arrlr
at McAnhur at II :80 p. u.
Cloieeonnoctlonsmadeat Lancaster forClr-
eletrille. Zanntvllle, andnll point n tbs Cin
cinnati aMuiklnanm Vallcr Railway.
Direct connection made at Columbus for Day
ton, Springfield, Indianapolis, ChicMgo, and all
points West; also, for Cleveland, Buffalo, Pitta-
ours, rouaueipnia, new xora, anuau poinu
Connections made at Logan bv both Trains
with all Trains for Htraitsville and all points
un uicotraiMTm iiranun.
J. W. DOHKRTY,
E. A. JJtJKi.L, Gen'l Ticket Ag't
KANSAS 8c MISSOURI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
3 EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY O
SUIT THROUGH FBQM fj
Cincinnati Withont Chiiiiite of Cars !
THE OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
Owned and operated by on Company from On
cinnatl to St. loul, therefor passengers are
U EE of being carried through without change
the possibility incident to other routes iwhlch
are made up of aereral short roads) of mining
connection, and subjecting their passengers to
Families and Other Seeking Homes
In the rich valley and on the fertile prairies of
11 emoru oiissuuri, nnns, neurasaa, uoiorauo,
ur uiemore uistant, oimeoiLaniornia, will con
sult their own interest bvoallins on nr arid run..
ing the undeniignwl, Contracting Agent, as a
long resiucuco in uie western counir? naa fa
niiliarized him with the best localities. .
This Ron tajs 37 wiles fhortar tkan
Til Ron; II TICKETS
Can be purchased at all the Principal Ticket
unices or Connecting Llucs, and In Cincinnati
at me ucnerat tjraces or the Company,
119 Tine Street
Broadway, Comer Front Street,
Mnin Street, COrner Levee, and at De
pot Foot of Mill Street,
Contracting longer Agent,
119 Vint St,, clnorntiHtl, Ohio.
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
The completion of the Louisville Division of
mis roan ami tne spicutiKi equipment lor pass
enger travel maaes mis in.
BEST ROUTE TO LOLTISYILLE,
AND ALL POINTS
South and Sotitheatit.
Q TIlRUOail TRAINS
With Dii cot ConticcUous fnm tho East for
Louisvillo Withcnt Chanp of Cars!
This lsthooiilv rotid whnn trjiint lrtftvriii.
clnnaklHit'l l'nsser.Kns uie licllvoifrt Mt depoU.
knlula i.a a... t.. ... I . . . 1 . 1 1 1 .. fr 1 a
Ash for Tickets via Ohio db Jlisi.
and take no others.
Can be purchased at all the
Principal Ticket Offices of
CONNECTING LINES. AND IN
ainsr o 1 3sr isr a. tx,
At the General Oflloeiof the Company
1IO TINE STREET,
Broadway, Corner Front Street, ,
Main fit, cor. Levee,
and at the Depot, foot of Mill Street.
Contracting Passenger Agent,
11V Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO.
SHORT LINE ROUTE.
SHORT LINE ROUTE. 1871 Spring & Summer Arrangements '71
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette RAILROAD.
The Oread Through Malland Express Passen
or Line to flt. IOuts. Kansas Oltr. St. Joneuh.
Denver, ' sn Kranoisoo. andall point In Missou
ri. Kaunas and Colorado.
Thashnrteat and only direct ronte to Indian
apolis, Lafayette, Terre Haute, Cambriilge City,
Springfield, Peoria, Burlington, Chloago, Mil
waukoe, Bt Paul, and all points in the .North
went. The Indianapolis, Cincinnati and ijirnyette
Railroad, with Its connections, now offers dbss-
enger more facilities In Through Oosch and
looping Oar Service than than any other line
from Cincinnati, having: the advantage of
Through Dally Cars from Cincinnati toHt. Louis,
rv annas uiiy, nt, joeepn, reoria, uuriington,
Chicago, Omaha, andall Intermediate point.,
presenting to Colonist and Families such com
torts and accommodation a are afforded by
no other route.
Through Tickets and Baggage Checks to all
Trains leave Cincinnati at 7:00 a, m,i 1:10 p. Mi
lickets can ne oinatnad at No. 1 Burnet
nouae.enrnor Third and Vlnsi Pnhllo Landlne.
corner Main and Rlven alto, at Depot, corner
rinmanoi an Dirv.i.ini iunii, v.
lie aura to nurchaae tickets via ladiananolLa.
Cincinnati and Lafayette Railroad,
r . n, ij. sosLi,
n TlrketAg't. Indianapolis
O. F, Moon, p (Cincinnati,
, For All Who Bead. '
tirk Maws a.ltk.Hl haolUlU. ..! mm a- .1 if.
Ttfivaii TfiMivii iirrpiim itfn, inunniMrini 4
DKN' READY HOOK BINDER as the nest w
havssversnen for thanurnoaea intended. It
great .cnnvenlenne, perfect adaptation to so
many eantaand Itavery low price will certain.
I v bring It Into common, If net universal e.
let ad vert vr men 1,, 2-)y
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette RAILROAD. TAXES OF 1871.
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette RAILROAD. TAXES OF 1871. NOTICE TO THE TAX-PAYERS OF VINTON COUNTY, OHIO.
ITT pnrsuanct) of the law, I, NELSON RICHMOND, f reasnrer of Vinton County, hereby notify the Tax-Payeri of said county, that th
rate of Taxation for 1871, is correctly stated in the following Table, showing the number of Mills levied upon each Dollar valuation of axabt
property in each Township and School District in said county ; ,
NamtM of Townthipt and School'
Swan... .' ,
McArthur Independent School District)
Part Attached to McAr'r Ind. Sc'l Diet.
Zuleski Independent School District...
Wilkesville Independent School Diet
' s .
x .i. j -l ,1.. ro ....'. rvm. : . a .iint to Tr fp&mth fith of Octohnr: 1R71 nsntil t.hA oniK nf n.,.mk.. torrr .n.
A will HLLcllU a h tlla llcuoui nr a j ujuo, i u iuKAivuuijwivv..'. j . --t( " -v.- v vv.uv.f xus.-, ni wci
whifh all taxes rnmainino- nnnnid w ill be snbiect to a oenaltv of 5 per cent. A failure to- pay one-naif tris taxes charged on Chattel Pronertv on
or before the 20th of December, renders the whole due and subject to collection, as- in case of Delinquent Tsxes.
Tho Road Supervisors of the several townships will take noiioe mai receipts ior roa ux can noi oe uicen unless wriuen with' inic. the amount
to be staled in figures and also spelled out, ana tue nam or tne- wwnsnip inmi u wr m i un uin recpipt.
McArthur, October 4, 1871-6w
Treasurer Vinton County t O',
TIMES FOB HOLDING COUBTS
Seventh Judicial District of Ohio.
FOR TIIEYEAR 1873.
BY AUTHORITY OF LAW, the nnilerslgn
ed. Judireaofthe Courts of Common Plea
ol the Soventh Judicial District of Ohio, order
that the Time for Holding the courts 01 uoni
mon Pleas and Distrlot Court. In the several
Counties of said District, be (lied as follows, for
tne year inn
Washington, April 11th;
Meigs, April lfttli ;
Gallia, April 18th;
Lawrence. April 2td;
hrloto, April 25th ;
Pike, April Mthr
Fairfield, August I7th
Hocking, August 31st;
Vinton, September 7th;
Jackson, September 10th.
oramon Pleas Courts:
Perry, Jsnnnry Mth, May Itb, October 1st.
Hocking, February 13th, May 50th, October 15th
Fairfield, March 4th, June 3 J.October 29th.
2nd 8ab-Diviiion :
Iwrence, January 20th, May 1th, September
Scioto, March 11th, June W. October 2tth.
rmuiD, reuruary mn, stay otn, ocptemDer
Jackson, March 4th, May 17th. October 15th
rise, April ina, June Mlh, novsmber ivtu.
Sd Sub-Diriiion :
X Ihiin UaSMkVist lfa (VMk ATM.MV .4
Washington, March 4th. May 17th, October list
Meigs, February 6th, April Mth, September
Gallia, February 19th, May 13th, October ISth.
Wltnaaa nnr hands thli t.llh d. nf Santjim.
uvr, a. v., lei,
SILAS H. WRIGHT,
a. a uuiriKiu.
JXO P. PLY LET,
W. W. JOHNSON.
THE STATE OF OHIO,
VlMTOM COnNTT. HH.X
I, CntSLIg W. Hoi.t-aUD, Clerk of the Court of
lornmon neaa, in ami ior tne county and
StaU aforesaid, do hereby certify the forego
ing to beatrneeopy of the order axing the
Times lor holding Court. In the Tin Judicial
Dlstriot of Ohio, for the Year 1811.
SkWITNKSS my signature and seal of
I " J said Court, this ISth day of October,
CRABLKS W. HOLLAND,
October lfl, 18. l-aw Clerk.
Martha A. Gunning's Estate.
Probata Court, Vinton County, Ohio,
NOTICE is hereby given that George Craig,
Administrator of the estate of Martha A.
Gunning deceased, has filed herein his Account
with said estate for final settlement! and that tb
hearing of the same Is let for the 1Mb day of
November, Itffl, st 11 o'olock A. M.
tt. 11. NATO,
October 90, 18H-4t Probate Judge.
Thomas Torpey'sj Estate.
Probata Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICR Is hereby given that George
Craig, Administrator or the estate of Thom
as Torpey .deceased, has filed herein hi Account
Ith said estate for final settlement! and that
the hearing; of the same Is let for ths 18th dav
of Novsmber, 1671, st 10 o'clock A. M
11. B. MAIV,
October II, 1671-41 Probate Judge.
J, D. Wilkinson's Eitate.
Probate Court, Vinton Conaty, Ohio.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Harrison
Wilkinson. Administrator of aha aatataof
J. D.' Wilkinson, deceased, has herein filed hi
accounts with said estate for partial settlement,
and tbsttbe hearing of the earn 1 sol forth
sa nsy oi uecemDor, axinuiag. st luo'elock
. n. as
NOV. e, ltTfl 4t.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE la hereby given thst Joeoph M.
Foreman. Administrator af David Vnivinfu
doeeaaud, who, In his llletlm, ws Adminis
trator of Kebert Welch, deceased, has filed bis
accounts In the said Court as Administrator of
inld Administrator for final settlement: and
that the. am will he for bear ing on ths Uthof
November, 1871, st 10 a. m.
... a, . at to.
November 1, lSTMt . Probata Juda-s.
Namncl C. Case's Estate.
Probata CeaH. Vsatoa Cenatv. Okla.
ajOTIOEIsbarahy glv that William OoM,
.11 Administrator of tb Estate of SamnalO.
Oas. baa OId bis account with said est to In
tna rroniaw uonn inrnnai iwimdusIi and that
th same la set for hearing en th loth day of
November, 171, at 10 o'clock A.M.
n. a, sis i r
November T, 1871 -il Probate Jtidge,
MORMON HISTORY. The Chronology of the Latter-Day
The existing crisis in Utali
lends interest ta the follotviiig
sketch of Mormon history, fur
nished to the N. Y. Herald by
Elder Ernest Lisle:
Joseph Smith, the prophet
and founder of the Church,
wai bom in the State of Ver
mont, in the year of our Lord
805. The designs of Heaven
were first made known to him
;it the early age of fifteen,
when he was informed in the
vision of the utter apoitacy of
the primitive church. Sept.
22, 1827, Joseph Smith reced
ed from the hands of a messen
ger from the Lord the golden
records containing the aneient
history of this continent, writ
ten by various prophets, and
concealed by Moroni in the
year 420. -Joseph was then
informed that he was to be an
instrument in the hands of God
to re-establish Hit Church on
earth in its former purity and
holiness. The prophet then
proceeded to translate golden
1830 The "Church" was
1833 Our people sutTered
great persecutions in Indepen
dencs Missouri. - t
1837 Elders and priests
were sent to the different na
tions of the earth in order to
fstablish the "Church" through
out the world.-' L'c
1838 The Persecution again
raged. The prophet wis1 be
trayed into the hands of . his
enemies by a second Judas a
professed friend. Shortly af
terward -Governor Boggs, of
Missouri , issued his order , of
extermination, followed by
the massacre of a number of
people in; that State. ,
1839 The people began to
build Naovoo, 111. '
1841 -The corner stone of
the Narrroo Temple was laid
by the prophet
.1842 Joseph prophesied
that our people would be 'driv
en to the Rocky Mountains.
m. " a SSI
1044 I he prophet ana his
brother were murdered in the
prison at Carthage, 111. Du
ring an eventful life of thirty-
nine years he was arrested.
tried and honorably acquitted
oyer forty times, which so In
censed ( his enemies that they
shed the blood of innocent men.
Before going to prison, Joseph
said in a prophctio manner, "I
go Pike s lamb to the slaughter,
but I am as calm as a summer's
morning, for my conscience is
void of offense toward God
and toward all men. It shall
be said1 of me that he was mur
dered in cold blood."
1845 A large mob, led on
by two Christian ministers,
attacked Nauroo and a battle
1846 The ciodus from
Nauvoo began. A Mormon
regiment was sent to Mexico
by order of the United States.
1847 President Young en
tered Utith, known at that
time as the Great Anjerican
1848 The mob set the tem
ple in Ifanvoo on fire.
1852 Kevalation on polyg
amy first made known. Since
that time we have caused Utah
to blossom as the rose, reared
the most mora) city on earth,
and while President Young has
governed us, known little or
no crime, withstood two mili
tary expeditions, have been ap
plauded for our firmness and
called by the London Times a
nation of heroes, and I here af
firm that we are a loyal law
abiding people, and desire
nothing more than the prosper
ity of onr Territory.
Senator Thnrman and Hon.
Geo. II. Pendleton, respective
ly, polled more rotes for Gov
ernor than other Democratic
candidates who ever ran for
Governor in Ohio, although
they were not elected.
The Winchester Times says
somo of the farmers raised corn
this season in the Reservoir,
where other seasons it has been
covered with water three to
' James B. McGrcw, Auditor
of Jlorgan county, died at Mc
Connelsvillo, on 22d ult. He
had been Auditor of that coun
ty twelve years, and was re
elected at the late election, for
The Grand -Jury of Clarice
county, last week, reported
forty indictments, twenty were
against persons charged with
burglary and the greater por
tion of the remainder for viola
tion of the liquor law.
. There are thirty-seven ap
plications for divorce nt present
pending in the Franklin Com
mon Picas.. ThatV "a pood
many too many,"
Fifty Years in the Field.
The Nbw Ycwuk Observer
is about celebrating its j;ubilee,
entering upon its fiftieth year
in 1872, It is one of the old
est newspapers in the country,
one of the ablest, and one of
the most steadfast and fearless
in maintaining the truth in re
ligion, the rfght to morals, and
honesty in all public awl pri
vate affairs. It announces for
the eomiirg year, the publica
tion of the swwTicl volume of
its Year Book; a vast reposito
ry of information, statistical and
otherwise, relating both to
Church and State, which will
be sent free to all who pay
their subscription for 1872.
This volume last vear was
worth the subscription price of
the paper, and the Publishers
promise a more complete Year
Book for 1872. Specimen
copies of the paper, with Pros
pectus for the Ycar-Book, sent
free on application from any
source. New Subscaibers will
receive the papr fret until
Gilmore,s old Coliseum, at
Boston, was absurdly small
compared with the one he is
about to erect at Boston for his
jubilee, next June. The plan
contemplates a building eight
hundred and twenty-two feet
long, by four hundred and
twenty-two feet broad, with a
tower two hundred and forty
feet high rising from the cen
tre. The side towers of which
there will be four, are each one
hundred and sixty seven feet
high. The buildingj which
will cover eight acres, will
have seating accommodations
for one hundred and twenty
five thousand people, and will
be located on the Back Buy.
John Conrad, of Marion
township. Hocking county, died
a few weeks since, having at
tained, the vast ago of 101
years and 24 days. He was
one of the first settlers of that
county. He was the father of
thirteen children, ten of whom
are living, and the grand father
of a small host.
Rev G W. Isaminger, when
on , hU way to M. ET Confer
ence, at Washington C. II., had
f 50O stolen from him at Chilli-
The Gypsy Parliament whichi
meets once every seven yearj.
and: consists of delegates from
all the countries- of Europe, is
expected to assemble sson near,
Constat, in: Germany.. The
king of this nomadic race is one
Joseph Reinhardj. who has-,
reached the venerable age of
ninety-eight years. He lias
had seven' wive.v and is the
father of forty-five , children..
Our American' idea of the
whole Gypsy tribe is rather
unfavorable, they are regarded "
generally as a set of horse and- ,
chicken stealers, as few in num.
ber, and without organization
or government It is with sur
prise,, therefore, that we findi
that there are in Spain 40;000
of these Gypsies;, in England
more than I8,UUUj while Ans- -tria
has 97,000,. and Moldavia
and' Wallachia are the chosen,
homes of nearlv 200000 more..
Their religion' has bsen the sub
ject of much unsatisfactory dis-
: uii it . tt' i
uuBoiuu. xrera&ps- me ninaoo'
saying, "There are seventy-two-religions
and a half io the
world', the half being the relig
ion' of the Jhats (or Gypsies)!'
comes as near a correct defini-
tion as any.
The coolest thing that we'
have ever heard of ia the fact
that the Administration' of the
gieat Present taker,, who' has
gobbled, in the way of presents,,
everything: from' a house and
lot down to a jack knife,. issued
an order that letter-carriers
shall not aeceive donations by
means ot JNew-Year's Address-
esy because "the practice "t
prejudicial and derogatory to'
the service," The meanint? ia
that Grant is unwilling that
any body else shall take stock
gift enterprises but himself.
The Lebanon Patriot says!
Six brothers of the Corwin fam
ily, the youngest aged sixty
two, and the oldest seventy
nine, took dinner together in
Lebanon one day last week.
Tbey all live in this county ex
cept one, who rs on a visit here
from bis borne in Illinois.
They are named Matthias,
Richard, Joseph, William, Icha
bod and Benjamin.
The following will apply well
Dr. Ilawes, a noted clergy,
man, in conversation with a
yonng man who had decided
to go "to the West" to live,
and was filled with most san
guine expectations, said to him :
"Well, I have bnt one thing to
say about it: Lot chose one of
the plains to dwell on, because
it was well watered j but he
was burned out.
Just now onr worthy Presi
dent is experiencing a huge
disgust, caused by the heavy
Democratic majoiity in Virgin
ia, and is meditating a terrible
revenge in the decapitation of
Federal officials in that State.
It appears they didn't have
things "sot up" to suit him.
A Zanesville man, eighty
seven years old, was bora wbeu
his father was seventy eight,
and be wants to know if there
another man living whose
father was bora one hundred
and sixty five years ago.
A society for the prevention
of cruelty to babies should be
organized at Xenia. No less
. -a a a. . .
than one dozen wretcbetl moth
ers in that village have named
their poor little innocent babies
The people of Coshocton,
county have decided by a vote
of ;,114 to 1,183 against levy
ing a tax to bnild a new Court
John Henry Johnson, a col
ored lawyer, has commenced
practice in the Missouri Su
The corner Btone of a f 90,
000 Catholic church was laid
Cleveland, or 22d ult.