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'The Arthur Eziqm -:
J. V. VOWEKi Editor hik) PulilWher.
Tin: postage on transient
newspapers since the iirst of
January, is reduced to one cent-
Heretofore it has been two eta
The United Slates and Mor
mon local courts in Utah, have
come into collision, and the lat
t6r. defy all Federal authority.
Hon. Lewis P. Campbell, is
regaining his health, aud will
soon resume his seat in Con
gress, Hon. J. T. Wilson, member
of Congress from this district,
will accept thanks for copy of
the "Explorations in Nevada
The earnings of the Balti
more and Ohio Railway, after
paying all expenses, have been
four and a half million dollars
during the past year.
The Ohio Senate, on the even
ing of the 24th, passed a bill
as a substitnte to our present
interest laws, and which vir
tually allows free trade in money
The vote stood 21 to 11.
The taxes are so burdensome
in Philadelphia, that Morris,
Tasker & Co., the extensive
iron manufacturers, who em
ploy three thousand hands, will
.remove their works to New
Lorain county, Ohio, report
ed last year, 20,00,000 pounds
of cheese, at an average price
of twelve cents per pound. The
Wellington Enterprise esti
mates the number of cheeses
now held in store by the dif
ferent dealers of that place, at
Hon. Isaac Roberts, attorney
at law, and Representative
from Jackson county, Ohio,
1861 to 1863, died at Jackson,
on 18th inst., in his 69th year.
He was a native of Colerain
township, Ross county, where
his father William Roberts, a
Virginian and captain in the
American Revolution, located
Pomeroy's New York Demo
crat is a handsome paper neatly
prkted and ably and thoroughly
edited. It is a paper, how
ever, that should be in every
Democrat's house, as it contains
much useful as well as interest
ing reading matter. If you
want to see what it is, address j
M. M. Pomeroy, P. O. Box 5217
New York City, and get a copy
free, which will give you terms
and also the inducements held
out to subscribers.
Judge West, of the Supreme
Court of Ohio, resigned, to take
effect Febuary 25th, and the
Governor has appointed Judge
W. F. Stone, of Sandusky, to
fill the vacancy. Judge West
is almost blind, and requires an
attendent to aid him from the
Court Room. As he recently
married a wealthy widow, there
is no necessity for him doing
hard service on the Supreme
The trustees of Athens Lun
atio Asylum have made their
report. They say that to finish
the building now under con
tract and in progress, and to
pay retained percentage on
contracts, will require an ap
propriation of $150,000. It is
deemed very desirable that
$65,000 be appropriated for
furnishing the building. It is
expected that the building will
be ready for occupation by the
A farmer at Ilillsboro shoul
dered a barrel of salt, and put
it in his wagon, and tho people
thereaway considered it quite a
herculean feat. "Hush 1" We
have in our midst a farmer,
John Redman, Esq., who has
shouldered a horse and carried
, "Pshaw H , We have in our
town a man who has shouldered
house aud carried it clear
across a good sized lot and
placed it on a'brnunev? founda
tion! 1Twasn't a ood day Tor
ruovioj; himw, eillicr ! ' x
Notices of the Press.
J. W. Bowen has enlarged
The McAtrhur Enquirer, and
changed the heading. It makes
a neat appearance.
The Christian Witness is al
so published by him, the first
number of which we have re
ceived. The editpr of this pa
per resides in Missouri. Rather
too distant we think. Jackson
The McArthur Enquirer
comes to us enlarged and great
ly improved, buccess to you,
Bro. Bowen. Ilillsboro Mail.
The McArthur Enquirer
comes to us this week enlarged
and otherwise improved ; it now
presents a very creditable ap
pearance, this too in spite of
the fact that the Editor dis
tinctly declares that he has
not timo to hunt up the news,
We are in receipt of No
of a new series of "The Chris
tian Witness," (until recently
issued and printed in this city,)
now published at the town of
McArthur, in Vinton county,
under the editorial manage
ment of Elder J. V. B. Flack,
and the typographical arrange'
ment of J. W. Bowfn. The
paper makes a good appear
ance and has the same old ring
of pious liberality which pre
vailed in its original articles
for years. It is worthy of the
support of the large and ear
nest congregations of which it
is the organ. Columbus Daily
Some weeks since J. W.
Bowfn of The McArthur En
quirer, announced that he
would soon commence the pub
lication of The Christian Wit
ness, heretofore published at
Columbus. Last week Ave re
ceived the first number of the
new series of The Witness pub
lished by Bowen at McArthur,
and edited by Elder J. V. B.
Fuck, of Hainesville, Missouri.
It is a large thirty-two column
paper, well filled with interest
ing reading, and neatly printed.
Any of our readers wishing a
religious paper can now have
one, printed at home. Jackson
The McArthur Enquirer has
been enlarged and very much
improved. We are glad to see
this evidence of prosperity on
the part of The Enquirer.
The Christian Witness, organ
of the Christian Union denom
ination, is now published at
McArthur, by J. W. Bowen,
and edited by Elder J. V. B.
Flack, of Hainesville, Missouri.
It is an eight column paper,
and the first number of the new
series presents a very credita
ble appearance and is well edi
ted. Circleville Democrat and
The Democratic Enquirer of
McArthur, has been enlarged
to an eight column paper. It
is but a short time since a new7
power press was placed in the
Enquirer Office. We are re
joiced to see our fellow laborer
in the cause of Democracy,
showing forth such evidences of
prosperity. Marietta Times..
The McArthur Enquirer is a
live Democratic paper, publish
ed at McArthur, Ohio. It has
been enlarged, has a new head
and is greatly improved in
general appearance, and is now
one of the neatest looking pa
pers in Southern Ohio. If the
editor had a new head we then
might have some hope of hiin.
The McArthur Enquirer has
been enlarged. The Christian
Witness, the organ of the Chris
tian Union Church of the United
States, is now published by J.
W. Bowen, McArthur, Ohio;
Elder J. V. B. Flack, of Mis
souri, is the editor. Chillicothe
Only one lawyer has died
in Jackson (C. II.) in sixteen
years. And . what of D. M.?
How long, oh ! Lord, how long ?
rUnderstand, boys, we don't
send the Standard an exchange
this week. Chillicothe Post.
You had better not send an
exchange, either. What mixing
up you have made. Only one
lawyer has died there since
1816 not "one in sixteen
years.' - Put on those specs,
Bro. Burns, and look " once
The 6hip Golden Hand was
wrecked off the west coast of
Portugal in Juno last, and 11 of
the crew spent forty-eight hours
in two open boats in the
Straights of Magellan. They
were compelled from starvation
to devour tho bodies of five of
thcir.companions who had died
frou bi&rvivtion and exposure.
Raper Comes too a little—His friends
Editor.Enquirer: Truth be
ing an article seldom seen on
the manifest of a Radical cargo,
since the Cincinnati Convention,
the absence of that essential
element in politics is no longer
a novelty, and much less a sur
prise. Tho Record . man has
such winning ways to make
one distrust him, and misrepre
sentation being the first law of
his nature, and that half-bushel
puke that turns down on his
stomach finding his exhausted
nature too weak to releave him,
and his brother editor Coucn
knour, being absent on import-
ent business and not likely to
return, the "Judge" found it
difficult to tell whether he had
swelled up like n toad, and
was playing 'possum,' till the
danger was past or was actually
hors-de-combat. As there was
nothing to be known by ap-
pearences, and less if possible
by his word, I applied the goose
battery to him in my former
article to see whether he was
in the body or out. To take a
more solemn view of the matter,
the "Judge" may have erred by
so doing. Let us see :
When one is crossing the line
between the two worlds, it af
fords his friends great consola
tion if he looks back to this
mundane sphere, saying: "all is
well." But in this case the
battery brought the patient too,
ust enough to give one flaunt
ing sneer at the only religious
journal published in the county,
and that just on its christian
mission warning liars to flee the
wrath to come.
If the result of the applica
tion was bad, the intention was
good. When one is opposed to
the dissemination of the relig
ious knowledge on what he
may deem some sort of princi
ple, it is charitable to suppose
him a lunatic ?
But when his political pre
judice Tias so far aimed his
moral sight with blindness that
he cannot speak in becoming
terms of a religious journal,
published by a Democratic
press, he should lie down in
his lair, like any other beast,
making no more pretentions
manhood, because he acci
dentally got into the world
with two legs instead of four.
buzzards eat skunks, his
owners may get rid of him
without further trouble, and his
frends should hasten to take
their last sad look upon him, or
else clab-board his windows,
spike his chimney, and lock
his door before that army of
birds leave Vinton Station, as
the smoke of his chimney
would be thefirst object of at
traction to that stinking tribe.
The following lines are of
fered as a warning to any who
may think of following his foot
steeps: Had he died as honor (lies,
Another Rnncr might arise
To shame his friends again;
Hut who would soar to such a night,
To sot in such a starless night V
Ed. Enquirer: In a small
article which appeared in the
McArthur paper, two weeks
ago, I notice that my name was
used in connection with a little
difficulty at Ae Farmer's Hul
bert House. My especial at
tention was drawn thereto by
the'' "drawing of a revolver." I
desire to correct as follows : I
did not draw a revolver until
after the difficulty was over,
when a crowd of gather
ed around me, whom, to judge
bv the looks of a majority of
them, I concluded were a' vigi
lance committee, and therefore
prepared myself; but my revolver
was "M. T." However, since my
return home, I have been in
formed that they were no vigi
lance committee, but merely a
crowd of what is called "dead
beats," and that they wanted
shooting but with hot toddy, a
whiskey straight, or something
that sort. Had I known this
certainly would have left"
more friends in fclrth ur. I
hope that those whom the shoe
fits may wear it, and that they
be assured that on my next vis
it, which will be soon, I certainly
will not nesrlect to "set them
up" upon my first
In regard to the "putting out
of the House," I will ask the
sensible peopje which they
think was most prudent to
strike a man about fifty years
my senior in his own House, or
go out quietly ?
V. J. HERWICK.
ZALESKI, Jan. 20th, 1873.
It is expected that the Cre
dit Mobiher investigation will
close this week.
The frankinj; privilege of
members of Congress has finally
been abolished. The bill pased
the House on the 27th, having
previously passed the Senate.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
has been appointed anil qualified as Adminis
trator of the Estate of Rebecca Harkless.
late of Vinton conntv. rlortcnciprl.
. February 5, 1873-W8. Administrator.
Solomon Shipley. Plaintiff,
John Crown, Defendant.
Before John T. Black, J. 1. of Madison town
ship, Vinton county, Ohio.
On the 18th (lav of .Tnntmrv. A. n.1873. nalrt
Justice issued an ordor of attachment in the
aoovo action, tor tho sum of seven dollars and
fifty cents: SRid cause will ln fnr lipnrimr r,n
THURSDAY, the 5th dnv of MARCH, A. D.
1HTS. January 30, 1873. w.
Solomon Shipley. Plaintiff,
John O'Connor, Defendant.
Before John T. Black, J. P. of Madison town
ship, Vinton county, Ohio.
On the 18th My of January, A. D. 1873, said
Justice issued an order of attachment in the
above action, for tho sum of nine dollars ; said
action will be for hearing on THURSDAY,
the 5th day of MARCH, A. D. 1873.
January 80, 1873. 3w.
To Provide for the Issuing of License,
Section 1. Us it ordained by the Council
op the Incorporated Village of McAr
thcr. That it shall be unlawful for anv ier-
son or persons within the incorporate limitsof
sum viiiape to peauie, nawK, sell or oner to
sell at public auction, or private sale, any
kuuus, wares, merchandise or notions 01 anv
kind or description whatsoever, unless such
person or persons shall first have procured
from the Mayorof said Village (or in case of
the absence or inability of the Mavor. from
the Clerk of said Village,) a license' for that
Sec. 8. The Mayor (or in case of his absenoe
or inability, the Clerk,) is hereby authorized
to grant and issue license to any person or per
sons for the purposes named in the first mo
tion of this ordinance, and to ask. demand
uuu rooeive lor me same not less man unc
Dollar nor more than Fifty Dollars, and such
license shall particularly specify tho amount
of money so received for said license, for whit
purpose, and the length of time for which it a
8ec. 3. Any person or persons violating the
provisions of the first section of this Ordi
nance shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined
in any sum not less than One Dollar nor more
than Fiftv Dollars. At tho discretion of the
This ordinance shall take effect from and
after due publication.
J. W. DELAY, President pro tern.
MORRIS EVANS, Clerk.
Passed February 6, 1873. ,
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