ti i:e McAirri i r u knqt i uku, w ram es:da.y m aiu.m i io, isw.
The 11c Arthur Enquirer.
J, W. HOWliV. F.dltoraiul mulish er.
McAl.TiU lt, onio - march 19, lsra
Election. April 7th, 1873.
Holegato lo the Cnii.t ilutioual Convention.
ULYSSES S. CL AATOOLE.
Levi Moore, a resilient ol
Piko county, since 1815. died
on the -1st ult, aged 85 years,
lie was -the" lather of fifteen
They want to raise 815,000 in
Maryland to erect a monument
to Lord JJaltiniore. llie jiame
of the lunatic who
this scheme is no1
The Spanish Reiiublic does
not 4 seem to make very rapit
progress, ami a monarchy o
some kind may he looked for by
the 4th of July at the hirthest
Trie Democracy of Butler
Conty have done themselves
credit in nominating Hon. L D.
" Caswell for delegate to the
Constitutional Con vent ion.
. Somebody says that tho Presi
dent feels bad cm Account ofthe
course he pursued in regard to
Louisiana. That aint it at all.
He is just getting over his inau
Grant sat in the chair once
occupied by Washington. Had
George foreseen this, he would
have put his little hatchet to a
better use than cutting down
his father's favorite cherry trees.
Spencer, the fraudulent Sen
ator irom Alabama, has been
admitted to that body. Though
not having the slightest legiti
mate claim to a seat, he was to
precious a rascal to keep out.
, In 1SGS, Sir Nesbitt thought
it was two late for Colfax to be
anything else than a statesman.
Nesbitt died helbre the Credite
Mobilier expose, or he would
have modified his opinion.
Tue Radical members ol
Congress voted for the abolition
of the1 Franking privilege, and
then voted themselves .5-3,000
additional to pay postage. This
is the way they reduce the pub
It wasn't president Grant's
house that burned, after all but
his brother-in-huv's. The story
about it being I'lybses' house
was a pure invention to secure
the pasage of t he 850,000 salary
The Cincinnati ay,d Newport
Bridge Company have sued the
United States' for $500,000
damage, resulting from a change
of plan ofthe bridge, ordered
by the Government after the
work was in progress.
Geb.ua v authorities propose
to so amend tho treaty between
Germany and the United States
that Germans who return home
and remain two years shall
rate as having renounced their
Grant's recent inaugural dis
closes the fact that he is noc in
sensible to his own greatness,
and that he fully appreciates
hio wvif-PH to bis cmintrv.
His intimate acquaintance with
himself, warrants this display
Members of Congress from
Illinois who oted tor iucreas
in their salaries, have been
censured by the House of Rep-
resentatives at Springheld.
The vote stood JU. to 1; and
of these four two voted against
include the President,
thev thouKhtemially blamable.
TiiK pubhe allairs ol kausac
IIV "5? r Ti q
of her United States Sena-
tors are ,mdor indictment for
Senate; her members of the
Legislature are busy proving
each other lo be rascals, con
viets.&c. and the lower House
of Congress has passed a reso
Inrinn lo ininoacli Jiuhre Dela
1. P4iw i!n im Sinios c.tA
in that State.
' Tl., TTnIfrxl S:ll('B Sllllf 'Olil.
nr se twentv democrats, six
Jiberals, nml Vorty-six IJejihlic-
ans. There is one vacancy in
the Massachusetts delegation
nrwi n 1 ignore norweeii (i jem-
. i 1 i 1 1
,,..1 lN.ii'iblicaii in Louis-
1 ' . .
Among the i.'epublicans
are Clayton, Cai.ovi;ll,' umb-
said that truth travels
very slow, but it liardlv
fails to come around.
The immortal "J. N." says,
"truth is mighty and is sure to
prevail throughout the land.
Tho Cincinnati Daily Mar, a
journal that seems to be inde
pendent at all times, is a very
strong advocate of truth. In
the issue of Friday, the
8th, we find the following . a
We propose to compile $
National Catechism for the
nresent and the future. It
might begin with the following:
Question what country has
the greatest lakes and rivers'
AnswerThe United States,
Question What country has
perpetrated the gaeatest swm
dies of the people f
Answer The Government
of tho United States.
Question. W h a t Govern
ment is the greatest hypocrite
in claiming to be a Republic,
and yet using all its power for
the destruction of natural equal
Answer The Government ol
the United States.
Question What Govern
ment founded and fosters the
most gigantie money power on
the globe ?
Answer The Government of
the United States.
Question What legislative
body made itself the most in
famous? Answer The Forty-second
Congress of the United States.
Question What country
needs a revolution the most?
Answer The United States
Question How will the
revolution be brought about?
Answer Unless the com
mon people organize as one
body against the money-power
and reform abuses, the revolu
tion will come ,in an uprising
ofthe plundered masses, who
will trample law and constitu
tions under foot, and reorgan
ize more in harmony with truth
The Democratic party has
always been a party of law.
Originating in the idea of the
fitness of the people for self
fiovernment, its great charac
teristic has been its regard for
law. For this reason it has
been denounced again and
again by fanatics - and time
servers. Haying given its hear
ty consent to the adoption of
the Constitution of the United
States, it felt bound in honor
and honesty to sustain it iu all
its parts. To 'pocket all its
benefits and to meanly shirk
from tho performance of its du.
ties it imposed, did not comport
with its ideas of duty. For
this it was slandered by real
fanatics, po less than those who
pretend to fanaticism simply
because it pretends to be popu
NEW HAMSHIRE ELECTION.
An election of Members of
Congress, State Legislature,
Governor and other State offi
cers, wg held in New Hamp
shire, Tuesday week, which re
sulted in the choice ofthe Dem
ocratic candidates in all three
.r i.L n : i rv:.,t..:.u.s
U1. luc yuupw uu ..
? tbe State, while theKepub
licans carry the Legislature,
and a plurality for their candi
date for Governor, who will be
elected by the Legislature
which electr when no candi
date has received a majority
vote of the people,
vention. Mr. Sears is the old
Both J , , . .
est D(J blesfc lawyer 111 W
The Democrats and Literals
of - ganduskv, unani
ntAnilir nkiktmnta An Satin.
the Hon. J. 1). Sears, Lil
eral, as a candidate for dele-
gate to the Constitutional Con
andot county. The county is
Concress has adjourned, and
nobody is expelled. The bri
bers and the takers of bribes,
the robbers ol tne people
of the Government, uro all
turned looso as examples of Re
publican morality and reform.
If the people like such thing,
thev will find them in large
TnE Commissioners of Fair-
held county have neparated the
incorporate limits of Lancaster,
Railroad Development in the South.
The Memphis Appeal says:
"The rapid extention of rail
roads through the South has
never had a parallel in its own
history, and is scarcely excell
ed in the great Northwest. In
one respect, at least, the South
stands ahead ol any competi
tion economy in the construc
tion of tho roads, the strength
of their financial management,
and the sound reputation in the
leading moneyed centres.
This we may truthfully state,
with but few exceptions, is the
general estimate in which
Southern railroads are held
here. W e attribute tins very
largely to the fact that, in x
great degree, the people them
selves, in the several States
where roads are under con
struction or completed, have
nut their own shoulders to the
wheel, and helped along the
car of progress. They have
taken stock by granting the
right of way, by working out
contracts, by furnishing timber
and subscribing money. They
have not llrst sought to issue
alarge amount of wildcat stock
based upon promised security
to throw upon the market at
whatever it might bring.
The consequence is good, strong,
health', paying roads all over
the South, and more in rapn
process of construction.
' J he Southern people are at
last becoming thoroughly arous
ed to the importance of the de
velopment of their material re
sources, and they know that
the. first step is to secure am
ple and cheap transportation
facilities. Now let them b
wife enough to insist that these
facilities be theap that is, ab
solutely necessary to secure
the full advantages ofthe great
increase in railroad lines
Tim: great blot on the judi
dial character of the late Judge
II. If. Leavitt, of the United
States District Court of South
ern Ohio, was the refusal to is
sue a haijfm corpus m the case
of f . ' L. Yai.uniugh.vm, when
he was kidnapped from his
homo in Dayton, by certain
persons, wearing the Unitcc
States imiforn, in -May, 18G3
and brought to this city by an
illegal order, signed by one A.
E. I!i i:smi:. The writ of ha
hea rorpn is a writ of right.
It is as much so as a summons
or a wnrrent. In rmgland any
Judge who refuses to give it,
is liable to a fine and imprison
ment. Judge Leavitt was, we
believe, an honest and well
meaning man. Hut, although
knowing the rights of his high
judicial office, he had not the
courage to mantain them in the
midst of a storm and convul
tion such as then raigned. He
was afraid if he done, his duty
he ould be impeached ad
turned out of office by a rabid
partisan majority in Congress.
Therefore he refused the writ
refused it upon the cowardly
plea that he had not the means
to enforce it against A. R Bit.n
sim:! He did not try to do it.
There is not in all the history
of American judiciary ho foul a
stigma as that. It stands in
miserable contrast with the no
ble conduct of Judge Davis and
DitoiMOND, in Illinois, who, a
few weeks after, proved the
falsehood of Judge Lkavitt's
plea by stopping llt RN.siDK's? ty
rannical order for the suppres
sioji of the Chicago ibm-i.
J In? Jolcih Blade, of whic
the drunken "Nashy," who
worshiped everywhere by those
lielongmg to the Long Bran
party, boasts (hat the Uepub
licans nave expelled more
thieA'eslrom office than any oth
er that ever existed in this
country." Now, "Xasby " ought
to get rliinjk enough to tell the
whole tr'ith; there have been
more thieves in this Kadica
party in all the parties that ev
er exisieu in mo world since
Homo was burned by the Gauls,
III. (J. :!!)().) "JVasby" fails to
giye a list of the thieves who
have been expelled, and he
fails to say that no man is ap
pointed to office unless he can
stcd or earnestly support (he
i it . .1 1 1
army 01 uneves wno control
this Government.. There should
be more honest and less "Xas
JJkkt IIarte's works have
been translated into French.
Thciv soenjs q he no rnd of
troubles for the Gauls. First,
the Prussian army victorious,
Says n certain limlher
'1 cmi got it nitii'h luk'i'i' pupi'i'
limn The Witnkss for $2 per your,
Suppo.se you cany
the l mi per vou wmit.
It kill not In-
tin? organ ofthe liiovemeil
t to which
vou belong. It will not I.h luli'l'onil
or of your views. It will nkgive you
the news yon wnnt. mid he infor
mation you need. ';
Again, tho paper you etui get for
the snme that is bo much larger,
will contiiin less matter of real sub
stantial and immediate benefit than
one page of The Witness. It will
have more Foreign and ftate news
in one issue than The Witness will
have in six issues, j j
Again, The "Witness is a
paper thau many we know of that
cost $2.50 nml $3 per hnnum, and
one that costs $5, lacks the merits of
The Witness. " t
This thing of talkiilg about and
against your own paper, by com
paring it unfavorably with other
journals looks very silly, and very
detrimental to the cause yon profess
.The "Witness is the only paper
published in the world, that devotes
its columns exclusively to the pro
motion of a practical union of the
cliurch vpon tho.se doctrines alike
with all. We a,rp diily demonstrat
ing the oneness of Christians on the
general principles' of Christ's
church, and working faithfully for
the removal of the causes of di
vision, und yet there are those who
profess to believe in these very
view's who try to retard the success
thereof, by making objections--ior
lack of knqwlcdgc ostensibly for
the purpose of getting rid of pay
ing the small sum of rwo dollars
toward its support although they re
ceive ten times the value of their
$2 iu almost every issue, if they
read and- profit thereby. Let
us have less stinginess, and pretex
t's, and subterfuges, and tks cause
will be better off, therefrom.
An alarming recandescence
of cholera has occurred at Mos
cow. Similar accounts come
from Hungary, where the com
mander of the forces has re
ported that the disease has re
appeared with great violence in
the barrack hospitals.
Tiikkk are in Alsace and Lor
raine 828 monasteries and colleges,
providing iiecoiniiinilaUoii for 8,000
inmates, all under monastic vows
EEDS, PLANTS, TBES.
PREPAID BY MAIL.
Mv new prlcpit, ileccvlpllv ('iitnloguo of
ClmiM) 1'luWOT unci (iuiil)'ii Hii'iIh, 2(i wil ls of
cither for .fl; new 'unci rlioirc varii'lics of
Fruit mul Ornamental Ticchj Sliniln, Krer-
fivens. Koscs, (iiiiH'S, Lllic, Smnll FruilH,
lim-o iind liiiiik'i' I'lmitn nml JIuIIif) onu year
pvitl'tal Kruit Tivph fur mulling; Fruit Stocks
of all kiwis; HcmId I'limUj .vc; tliv mnsl
cniniilcti! nsMorlmviit In th country, will lie
xenlgniiis tunny plain itililri'-n. Willi 1. .
Ito True I tiie ( il I mnbefrv lor 11 (ilaml or
lowlnuil. l'i pel l.OiiO, (I per l(ni, prepiiiil liy
mail. Tinilu lisl to ilenlern.l Seeili un Com"-iui-inn,
II. If. WATSOV,
Old C'olon v Xurseviiw mul St't'il Wnri'hoiise,
I'lvtiioiitli. .M,i-H. Kstaliliiiliell IM'i
-Mnteli HI. lKJii vl.nlO.
f r..ile of tlm STOCK
O JOURNAL 100 iiiim, HnU
3 parkllKfii of
new FHrm He-iU fre. bv uiiIh
AiIiIickk, M. 1', HOY Kit, H 1L
1 m Mill
of all Klilncy, Vrinary ami lAver
iliKenHiM is 'll(.'l'UH py
HAMILTON'S BUCHU AND DANDELION.
Itni'liidireelly on IlK'WoruriiiK.ennbllnirtliein
lo remove Hii'hO W HHten In t lie blood, wliieli
riiuw lirnvei, i)niielc, Krnnt'1 Ulen,
.luiiiidicc, IMieimiiitlKin, Serofnln, v. C.
II AM Il.TO.N ft O., (INI INN ATI, O.
F'MPI.OVMKXT.IIOOper weik.ngontu mid
jolliers t "''lid iicviiitii'l(liilinii'iiHubli'lo
ineri'litintHiinil iniinntiii'ltiierM. diren, with
"lamp, i:, II. Smith &l o., Uo l.lb'itv tieet,N.
Vork. - " 14-
C W inndc Willi our Slcncll 4
lVIUl I J I Kcv ( berk Ontlll. fiv.V-( ln ii-
lain fii;e. Htiill'ord Jlaiiiiliirlurlu(r(,o., &i Knl-
llANTKD-lf yoti wish to buy Sewing
ir miti'iiine or mm tv nin. or art u nirenr.
i ., iiiihiou, iiiini). 7 tr
fl it i-limfi biiHiiieNs for reliable men wllli tlio
IHH1111111 e of milking $U,0OU Ui:i,000 aveiir,
'an lie linil. In eoniieetion w thanaireiii'v lor
Ibo cm'IiikIvu nnlfl of worki by Kev llenry
Wnrilllueclinr, Win, ('nllon Bryunt, HBrrlet
Heei lierHtoivc, 4c, Willelor liiirtieulwri to
I. II. r'OKI ( o.. New York. Itoolon. CIH-
eajfo or Sun FrniH'lHvo. 7 4y
fORKINQ CLASS XawUT'
I M utileoil. HcHpcctiililo employment at
If If tioimt. diiyorovenliiKI iiocnpllal rcpilr
IB cd ; I'd II liiMt ritt-tioiiM nml valnnlile tuck
II iiu-eol' ironilN Hioit free bv itinil. Aililreaa
wllli nix rent return utanni, M", Vol NO A l 'o
)H ( '(ii'tlnmltSl,, N, V, II 4w
riAHVASSINQ BOOK SENT FEEE F03
Prof. FOWLI'S GREAT .WORK,
0a Mintood, Womanhood, mil thalrMnttuJ InUri
RtUtioail Lna, Iti Lawi, Fowsr, eto, . ,
Agents aro selling from 20 to 30 ronlci of
tnia woric a aay, anu wo sona a canvassing
hook freo of charge to any bonk taent, Ad-
IIV STOOK IV RVERY WIJIMSITTII).T,
SIIS Aa wakks,
IS NOW COMPLETE!
OF ALL LATE STYLES,
And Tn Ouant files to Suit!
PURCHASERS MADE A SPECIALTY
S. C. SWIFT, ChiUicothe, Ohio.
AUDITOR AND TREASURER OF VINTON COUNTY, 0.,
HALF YEAR ENDING MARCH 4th, 1873.
Balance in TrcnMirv.
Tliiliniru in TrcKxiiry.
nalnnee in Trone
Iliilnnco in TreaKiiry,
Ilnlance in Trrnonrv.,
TOWNS1III' AND TOWNSHIP l'OOR FUND:
Ilnlanre in Trc'lisiiry.
Ilttlantc in Treasury.
INTEREST SECTION 20 FUND:
llulnnce iu Trcii-iiry .
PRINCIPAL SECTION 20 FUND:
Balanre iu Treasury.
PlII.tCirAL SECTION 18 FUND:
Balance in Treasury-
TEACHERS' INSTITUTE FUND: t
IIiiImiicc iii Trensury
FI NDS DEPOHITED TO REDEEM LANDS SOLD FOR TAXES
Balance in Treasury - .
SPECIAL TOWNSHIP FUND:.,
Balance in Treasury
Tolal Bnlnncc .... ..... . . iri,oiJ55
WE. the iindersitfiictl. Treasurer and Amlilorof Vinton County, Ohio, do lierebvecilifv that
tlio foreKoiufr Statement in n true exhibit of tho BALANCES remaining in tho ''iVcnmirv of
Vinton County, Ohio, belonging to each Fund, as appeal of record iu llie Auditor's (luW.
(liven under our hands, officially, thin 4tli tiny of March, 1ST:).
NELSON RICHMOND, Treasurer Vlutou Coenlv, Ohio.
V. W.HELFOKD, Audiior Vinton Count v Ohio.
Marcli 111, 173. '
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POOR KI ND:
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jyp.soir &. hamlut
THF ONI V American Musical lustra
1 1 1 u uiili nients of nidi extraordinary
and rorofrnizeil vxeellenco as to command a
wnicnalo In huiupe, notwithsinudinf; compe
tition there with pioilnctKof cheap lalwr.
Al WAYQ "warded hiehest prcniiuniH, iu
nLllnlg cludiiiK tbe medal at the Paris
Exposition. Of hundreds of Industrial Ex
hibitioiiN, there have not been six in all w here
any other oi (riinsJiave l:cc.,;i prerroil to these.
IINIVFRS Al I V 'I'connnended by cml
v m w LiivlnLL l ucnt musicians as po
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Sco (minimis of one thousand, iu Testimonial
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LAUkUdlltL I porlant inventions and
embracing cvorr real improvement,
THE MOST EXTENSIVE ftr:
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PRIPFQ FlYFn1""' nsiowas consist,
rniijco riALU ,.,lt wi(i, ,,,,,16,1,
employment of only best UiuWirrl nluf work,
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE and
TESTIMONIAL CIRCULAR, With
Important Information about Organs
which may save Purchaser fwim
disappointment in purcriB)iy orififer
iororwortlilesi: l.U'Uments bi'Pay.
rnentof Hifln Prtco, sent free.
MASON & HAMLIN ORCAN CO.,
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V.. Wand W Adams St., Chicago, -4w
is unoiiialcd by any known renin u, It will
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will 1'ITcc.tiially dispel all predUpuisltlon to
Is there vvunt or action In your Liver
or KjilecnT Uiiless relieved tho blood m
comes Impure by deleterious, secretions, pro.
duclngscrofiilou or skill diseases, Blotches,
Eeloiis, Pustules, ( anker. Pimples, Ac.
Have yon a dyspeptic stoitlHrU Un
less diirestion is nromiitlv aiiiiul tl,. ivji,,
I. .1... il l. ... ..l ...I... . 111. ..,V. tt , , ' . f
is ui-iiiuiaieii wim poverty oi tup iiiootl
ImM-u''"' i ttVj'Vtl lYeukncsi umi
Have ypu wenkno ofthe Intestines?
Yon are In danger of Chrnuic IMarrhrcaor lu
niiimiiiition of tlio llowvls,
Miv Von wHkns of the i;terlne or
... iiry yrgHOST i on aro exposcil to suf
fcrlng In lis most agriivaled form.
Arn you (IcJeettMl, drowsy, dull, sluggish
or i curcsscil in siiii its. u iili h,.,i,.i. T.....I.
ache, routed tonguo and luul tasting motithF
. 1. 1 n ifiiiiiii rcioeiiy lor ail oi these dlscHse",
nniKnesses ami irouiiies: lor cleansing inn
p uriiytng tlio vltlnU'H blood and Imparting
"rS"' " miu i inn iimw; ior HMUMlttff VI
nml rtfioilnjf tho HeukcncdconiitltuOon. VHi,
wnii'iils pronotinceil by tho lending medical
authorities ol' London and Pari, "the most
powerful Ionic and alleratlvo known to the
medical world." This is no new and untried
uiscovcry, nut nils long Keen used liytlie lead
ing physicians of other countries wllli wou
Don't weaken anil Impair lic dlgestlyo
organs by cathartics and nlivsics. thev irive
puly (oiniKiiary iiillcf luiligestlon, flatu.
lency, nd dyspepslii with piles and kindred
oisessus are sure .oioiiow tnelruse.
Keen tbe blood mire mid health is nsanrvil.
JOHN O. KKLLOUU, 18 Piatt St., New Vork
Sole agent for the United States. 4w
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for the year, which Is not hair tin.
who aft()rwui(lMiih(l monnv in thn
one dollar or nioro for semis, mnv i.n ni.
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chronic tlio ey.iv h excwdlngly dlllicult. fe
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The Sciknck of Mind is the central point
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PlIVSIOI.OIIV AMI l'SVl'lto'l'OlJY will lie
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