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THE VINTON RECORD.
JOHN T. ItAPEIt,
Editor and Proprietor.
OPFIOE TT. . Corner of Main and
Logan Sts., Ooposite Court Hoasoi
$3 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
Darii Smart. Bamuel W. KIlTert, Jr.
(EUblihd 1862.1
SMART & KILVERT,
SUCCESSORS TO D4V1D SMART
Wholesale Grocers
15D COMMISSION HEECHANTS.
Prompt Attention given to tlie
Transfer of PIG IKON and
other Property from and to
ltailroad and Canal.
Also Agents for the Columbus and
- Portsmouth Paokets,
Water Street,between Paint and Walnut
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO.
mar lllooSlr
. WILLIAM POLAND,
WHOLESALE GROCER.
Uiuor and (lommiiiioa M eronanta"
HO. 20 WATIS STKZCT, -.-f
CHILLICOTHE. OHIO.
' Ala In Barrtli. Half Barrel and Bottle.
nol
TJI&All FAOTOETNO.l, 12th CIST.
CIGARS! CIGARS!
EHAEFTSB k KEAMEB
Paint St, Font Doors South of Water,
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
Hare now an hand a large atoek of dry Ci
awr. Bereral uhoic brand La Koie,
ClaarHnrana, I. X. L., No. A.Ulug Brand, Me
Benna.Ao., and the Until brand, of chewing
Bidi tmoking tobacco known throughout the
United dtatee. Wholeaale ?rl I reduced on
-all kind ofTobaoro and Cigar mchlByl.
JOHN M. GCEHNER,
DEALER IN
Italian and Vermont Marble.
ALL KINDS OF
GRAVE-YARD WORK
Mtatly and promptly executed.
Mulberry St., bet'n Second &Watei
Cblllicothe. Ohio.
The Moat Desirable Bei-
dence in IfcArthur.
I OFFER for wale my residence on North
treet. It oouai.te of a aplendid dwelling
hou.e, well flni.hed, ine'rie and out, with
eight room and a good cellar. A good olHce
building, .table, wood and coal houaeand oth
er nece.rary oul-biiildiiiga. The prmiea
contain 2 acre., including 1 aorr of vine.iard,
allthnlly bearing Tine.; there are al.o thirty
bearing apple treea be.t variety of grafted
fruit, twenty-five hearing peach tree. beat
Jtiudded fruit, cherriee, amnuee. pluma, and a
Variety of email fruit for further particulnre
Inquire at the oihce of thie paper, or at the
premise. Term. caay.
dec30Um 8. 8. DOLLIBOH.
Wheeler & Wilson
Wa awarded the highest premium at the
TTOELD'S FAIR, LONDON IN 1862
And at the
MXPOSXTION VKIYSaSBLLE, PARIS ISVSl,
t etaadard machine, competing. In May of
thia year we introduced to inn county the
New Improved Wheeler & Wilson
whieh not only eurpaiaea all ether machine.,
but It a. far .head of the old Wheeler Wil
on aa the old waa ahead of other machine.
II la the be.t for tnmrly aewing, make, the
leek etitch and rank highe.t on accountof
the ela.iioily permanence, beauty and general
aetlrableneu of ita autching, and the wide
range of ita application. Sew. fatter, require
le.a power aorl la more durable
Than anyothtr Machine in the World
Buy no other until you try
th ftevr Improved
Wheeler & Wilson.
The Sewing Machine World
is challenged.
Old maohinea read usted and put in perfect
rder at a uilling co.t by calling on either of
the agent..
For ale hy
aog 17 UT1.
DENTISTRY
HAVING been engaged in the itudy and
practice of Denti.try for Rfteen 5 ear. and
a local practitioner in Jackaoa for aix yean,
nod having arailed mytelf ol all the
Modern Improvements in Dental
Soienoe
1 would reapeoUuIfy ay to the eitiien of He
Arthur and rieioity that I am fully prepared
to manipulate all the rarioue branche of the
eience. Price aa low a the lowe.t. Work
n good a the be.t. Person, coming from a
distance wnbiag to remain until their work ia
dene will be f ntertiined at my private reei
dence free. . i
ETHER SPRAY and ELECTRICITY
VJaed in extracting teeih, rendering their ex
traction oomparativelT paiule... A ftmale at
tendant alwaya on hand to wait upon ladiea.
Glremeeculi. . S. '1'. BOGGE83, beali.t,
lSjunly Jackaon.O.
Jacksou Marble Works,
B. F. SMITH & CO.
Main Street, Jackson C. Il.t O.
a
Theeltisen. of Jaekaon and adjoining eoun
t'.e.are reapeotfully reminded that we are ex
ecuting MONUMENTS, GRAVE-STONES,
Obelisks,
Mantles.
Bureau Tops.
Table Tops.
PARLOR HEARTHSTONES,
Picture Frames, Statues,
And ail kind of ornamental work, from the
beet quality of
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLES,
IN THE SI 0 EE SI S1TLE OF AM
At lower price than can be parehaaed
Southern Ohio.
We Challenge Competition, and requeet
Examination of our Work and
.. Trio. nylS-
ill
VOL. 23- NO. 52.
MC ARTHUR, OHIO, MARCH
f
13, 1873.
WHOLE NO. 1,196
In
O. T. CUNNINC,
LAWYER,
O.
ewrici it Biro itokb, maw itbiit.
Uaug 1171
"edwin n. barxiiill,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Office MeArthur. Ohio,
Will attend promptly to nil baainea antra tied
to hi ear. uovll
C7. S. CLAYPOOLB,
ATTORNEY AT L4W,
(PR08KCUTIKO ATTORNEY,)
McARTHUR, D.
Will practice M Vinton and adjoining eeon
lie. BuiLtntru.tdto hi. car piompl
ly attended to. Office in Court Hou.e.
JaoWlS78ly
liOMElt CLONES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MAIN STREhT,
McARTHUR, OHIO.
OrncE One door weal of Dan Will At Broa.
ItOf.
jany30y1
AMERICAN HOUSE,
OPPOSITE R. R. DEPOT.
II AM DEN, OHIO.
R. FOX, PROPRIETOR,
a Livery Stablee Attached.
KIALS XIADY FOB ALL TRAINS.
The Houao haa )uat been refurniahed
throughout. Koom clean and eomfortalile,
the table anpplied with the beat the market
allord, and no pain apared to accomodate
gueate. mart 1869 ly
PEYTON COX,
AUCTION EEB,
WILL attend to all bullae entrusted to
hi car.
P. 0. ADDRESS:
HEED'S MILLS,
Vinton Couniy, O,
SootWilm
HKMIY MAULE,
Merchant Tailor,
Ha Jurt receired hi
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
or Ihe lateitityle or
Cloths, Cassimeses and. Testings,
Which 1 will sell Very Lew for Caah.
CURTOM work done In the moat fa.hiona
;ble and durable manner.
Thankful for the liberal patronage extended
to me heretofore, I .olioil continuance of
theaame. Remember the place
Second Street. Sece.d I)r from La
alng'a Corner.
dec!
H. MAULE.
JOHN BIECEL,
Formerly ot Hamden.
ANNOUNCF.S to hii friend in Vinton and
adjoining countiea that he haa bought the
Hotel Formerly Kept by Ghaa. Smith
Three door wait cf Madiaon, on
FRONT ST.
PORTSMOUTH, 0.
He haa refitted it throughout, and I prepared
to entertain the tiateling publio at reaaonaMt
rate. 'n
S V. LORD
Mc ARTHUR. O.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Yellow Poplar Shingle.
A LARGE atock on hand, well eaarned,and
offered at low priree.
FA CTORYffear of John LorJt
Retidence, MeArthur, O
You are inrlt'd to call and examine quality
and price. niar't
MoARTHUK
North-eaat corner of Main and Jack.on atreeU
McARTHUR, OHIO
GEO. W. BRUNTON, Proprletoi
Manufacture
- r
Carrtagei, Bvggiei. Exyreitee, etc
AUO, WAOOXI AMD 1U Ill Or tlHI WOII
done to order on ihort notice..
Painting and Trimming
ol all kinda executed in lha neateal and moil
artiatio atyte.
BEPAIKINO ot all kind in my lino wiU b
promptly and neatl done.
Work done at thia a labliahmcnt i war.
anted to be aubalantial, put up aolid and exe
cu'edin the moat workiraolike manner, not
to oe excelled in any re.pect bi any other ec
taWi.hoieotin tbecotntrr.
GREAT OFFERS TO AGENTS,
ar. made b Taa Bitdidat Ertnii Po.t and
Ta Labi' Faiun. A beautiful chromo of
the
CHILD PSOFBET fcABUKL.n
worth 4 00. I wen with th paper (aub
acrlption price $X 0U) or with the Magaaine
(price fx to.) Do not fail to exanr ine into tbi
oner, u ia
A VKEAT COMBIJt ATIOJT t IJ
Addreaa for cirenlara, mplea, Ao J.c.a t
31 WalmU Urttl, fhuaaap.
Errors of Youth.
Hnlea and Preaoiintiona that will cur. any
eaae of Beminal 'Veakneae, Emidon, Ae.,
and restore loat mannooa to peneot neaun.
bxar rax to all, by one who haa .ottered and
ia now cured. Addreaa, with at amp, Eaeia
Txiaanix. atauon u. new iora. xjaniy
FAKM FOR MALE.
- tL U'1BE Jennlnga Farm,
"Xr.ii.l eVi I J. on mil norib. we.t
jem fllSiAof Hamden, adjoining
jSZ JlCfcrm of Hon. T. M. Hay!
containing 10 acrea, 130 acre in graaa aud
balance in timber. A new two-tory frame
houae, barn, .moke-hoQ.e and other naceeaa.
i rv anttenonaae are udoh nm imoroTenieui..
The arm lie well, i well watered, fencing
, ana T
ana oT.ryininn oiid.wu .h. ,h .w w
r. wot furtner inrorma.ioa uqnir 01
..l,WtiiWA BADIiaaiUOH.
SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTEiiisra-
frauk uellmak,
At b'- plaoo of baalne.
COETS BLOCK. OPPOSITE UHIOK
HOUSE.
CHILLICOTHE, O.
HAS THE
Choicest Stock
0 r
Spring and Summer Clothing
EVER brought to thi market, embracing
ill th lateat and moat taahioo.ble atyto,
cut in accordance with the lateat fa.hion.
When you want a nobby auit don't bdl to oU
on Frank. He alee CUTS and
Makes Garments to Order
.. '"' aid hu a Kill lime of
Cents' Underwear
II ATS AND CAPS, ScC.
AM rtnthing marked down to the LOW
EST riOVHES. Giromeaeallandlwul
warrant aatiafaotion
Uajr 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 STREET,
Bet. Second and Water,
CHILLICOTIIE, Q.
BUY YOUR
BOOTS AND SHOES
or
J. W. WILSON.
llamden, Ohio.
1T9K none but the be.t material, and im
Eloy none but the beat workmen,
pecial atttenlinn paid to the manufacture of
FINE DRESS SOOTS,
made to orler or th be.t French atock. All
work warranted.
Perfect Fit
Gaaraatecd.
I. W, WlLBON.
17octly
$30,000.00
IN PREMIUMS!
Are offered to Agents for procuring
Olnbi for the GlNUiflHAIl
WEEKLY GAZETTE
THE GAZETTE
l.a thirty ix eslumn paper, and cohula
thirty -four column of reading matter. Hia
Newt, Literature, Politlci.Agrtctiltarf ,
Corfrmerce, and all other sbj tilt
of tntereit to the People.
Aa an aericutural naner the Wixxlt Oa-
UTTaeannat be urpnaedx Thoflawrtri of
farmer and housekeeper, contributed to
thi departnent dating the peat year.
The Gazette is the Leading
Republican .Newspaper
of the West,
And ha th largeat circulation efacj Repub
lican paper weet ot ine mountain.
AdEHTS WAHTEO ETEMTWHESMT
rtend for Premium Llt, etoC-lo CIH. OA'
EKTTECO.,CincanA0TU. 34aptllw
J OB WORE
EXECUTED
NEATLY & PROMPTLY
THIS OFFICE
SOLDIER'S COUNTIES,
Tbouiaods ot clLims for pay
ind bounty are iannnilJy re
jected by the Second Auditor
ot the United Stiles, became
an examimatlon of the official
records shows thai t hi soldiers
or their heirs appJyiDg have al
ready received aU-that can be
paid them Hnder Vpetinjlaws.
The examination . or , these
claims requires 'considerable
labor and coniumps tim and
attention that shV!! be de
voted to the al! 'ent;'tf
claims that are ten raeritori
ous. Before filing h ''m the
party Interested? -' ' ' tt-
tried that sometttizj is due.
If arrears ot pay We 'claimed
by a discharged soldier, the
time for which pay is asked
should be clearly stated. If
bounty is claimed, the aoA un
der which the claim is made
should be given in the applica
tion. This will licilitate the
work of the Department, and
save the applicantlunnecessary
trouble. The pay:, proper of
soldier is easily determined.
There can be no misunder
standing on that poiut. Every
volunteer knows the amouut of
his monthly pay, ijd if be haa
failed to receive it lor any por
tion of bis service, ke should be
able to atate the time and
amount. But ia the payment
of bounty there are so many
laws, and so many complex
questions arising i therelrom
that occasional mistakes in ap
plying for bounty.; when none
is due are quite excusable. We
purpose in this article to re
view the bounty; Jaws, and to
give such information as may
be useful in leading a soldier
or bis heirs to a proper under
standing of theirrfghts under
existing laws.
The amount of bounty due
depends upon the date and
term of enlistment. On the
third of May, 1861, the Presi
dent issued a Proclamation
calling lor 40,000 volunteers
to serve three years. On the
25th of May, 1861, the War
Department issued General Or
der No. 25. By this order, the
volunteers enlisting for three
years were promised $100
bounty at the expiration of
their term of service or when
ever honorably discharged
Eighty thousand men entered
the service under this order.
The act of July 22, 1861, made
the payment of the $100 boun
ty dependent upon at least two
years' service. This law was
held to apply to those already
in service, and the $100 boun
ty promised by General order
No. 25 was denied to all who
had been discharged before
serving two years. In March
1879, the Supreme Court de
cided on a test tase brought
before it, that the law of July
22, 1861, so far as it provided
lor the payment of bounty af
ter two years' service, did not
apply to volunteer who en
tered the service lor three years
anjaytho operation of General
OrderNo. 25.
On the 25th of April, 1872,
Congress passed an act, cover
ing the decision of the Court,
granting $100 bounty to all
soldiers who bad enlisted for
three years prior to July 22.
1861, under (ieneral Order 25,
provided they were mustered
prior to August 6, 1861, were
honorably discharged, and had
not already received the boun
ty. Under this act, the Tuirt of
a soldier are not entitled to boun
ty. It .must be paid to the sol
dier himself. It he is dead his
heirs have no claim
Soldiers discharged to re
ceive promotion are not' en
titled to this bounty. Such
discharge is not considered
withdrawal from service,within
the meaning of the law. Sol
diets who have received $200
bounty $100 of which. was ad
ditional bounty, act Jaly. 2S,
.
1866 have no cl aim. Strictly
speaking, they have a claim to
bounty April 23, 1872 bat
its amount is cancelled by the
additional bounty paid. To il.
lastrate. Many of the soldiers
enlisting between May 4, 1861,
and Julj 22, 1861, were, dis
charged before serving two
years. They subsequently re
entered the service, and re
ceived.$100 bounty on their
second enlistment. They also
received the additional bounty,
act J uly 28, 1866, making in all
$200 bounty. v They now claim
bounty under act April 22,
1873. ; If they are entitled to it,
tbey were not entitled to the
additional bounty already paid,
for the act of J uly 28, expressly
lorbids the payment of addi
tional bounty to those who have
received, or are entitled to re
ceive, more than $100 touaty.
Therefore &-wii be iseles ex-
penie for a soldier who has re
ceived 'bounty on his second
enlistment, and the $100 addi
tional bounty, to make applica
tion for the bounty, act April
22, 1872. The $IOO additional
bounty paid would cancel the
$100 claimed under the last
named act
Volunteers entering the ser
vice between April 12, 1861,
and December 24, 1863, for two
and three years, are entitled
to receive, under act July 22,
1861, $100 bounty at the end of
their term, or on discharge, af
ter two years service. This
bounty is payable to the soldier
or his heirs. The widow, chil
dren, parents, brothers and sis-
ters, in the order named, are
the only heirs entitled under
the act. The parents, or the
brothers and sisters, must have
been residents ol the United
States at the death of the sol
dier to entitle them to the
bouuty. If a soldier died un
married, leaving a father or
mother In Europe, and a broth
er or sister in the United States
the father in Europe would be
entitled to the arrears ot pay.
but the bounty would be paid
to the heir or heirs resident of
the United States at the death
of the soldier.
Soldiers enlisting between
July 5, 1862, and December 24,
1863, received $25 advance
bounty, leaving $75'due at the
end of term. Between Decem
ber 24, 1863, and April 1, 1864,
volunteer recruits for three
years to new organizations,
were entitled to receive $300
bounty, payable in install,
ments first $60 on enlistment;
second $40 alter two months'
service; third, $40 alter six
months; fourth, $40 after
twelve months; filth, $40 after
twenty four months, and the
balance at the close ol tne
term.
Recruits to old organizations
those already in the field
enlisting for thtootT. be
tween Ocerp4,1863, and
'JoMpf!Tn,.1864 were entitled to
receive $300 bounty, payable
in installments, as above.
, Veterans were volunteers en
listing for three years between
January 1, 1863, and April 1,
1864, who bad previously serv
ed nine months or over. They
were entitled to $400 bounty,
payable as above, each instal
ment, after the first, to be $50
instead of $40, as given to the
recruits.
inese large bounties were
promised by orders from the
War Department, and legalized
by Joint Resolutions of Con
gress, December 23, 1863; Jan
uary 13, 1864, and March 3,
1864.
Soldiers enlisted under these
provisions are entitled to the
lull bounty if discharged on
account of wounds received in
line of duty. If discharged on
account ot disease, only the
instalments accruing at date o!
discharge can be paid. If dis
charged because; their services
were no longer required, or at.
close of the war, the full boun
ty ii doe. This bounty is psy.
able to the heirs named in the
act of July 22,1861; first, the
widow; second, the children;
third, the father or mother, if
residents of the United States J
at the death of soldier; fourth,
brothers or sisters same con
dition as parents in regard to
residence. The right ot heir
ship follows in the order given.
Soldiers enlisting for two
and three years, between April
1, 1864, and July 18,1864, re
ceived $100 . bounty same as
provided by act July 22, 1861.
Soldiers enlisting between July
18,1864, aud April $0, 1865,
were governed by the act of
July 4, 1864, providing for the
payment of bounty to men en-
Hating for one, two, and three
years. One year's service was
to receive S100 bounty; two
years', $200; three years', $300.
This bounty was to be paid in
instalments, one-third on en
tering the service; one-third at
the expiration of half the term
of enlistment, and the remain
ing third at the end of the
teroK There are several pecu
liarities about this bounty
which should be remembered.
It differs in several essential
features from others given.
The soldier who Is mustered
out with his regiment because
of the close of the war, or be
cause his services are no long
er required, can only receive
the instalments which accrued
up to the time of his discharge.
If he was discharged for
wounds he would be entitled
to the full bounty; if he died
in service his heirs would be
entitled to full bounty. It al
so differs in point of heirship.
It can be paid to the widow or
children, and to the mother if
a widow at date of soldier's
death. The widowed mother,
under this act, is not required
to be a resident of the United
States. Fathers are not enti
tled to this bounty, nor broth- i
ers and sisters. Accrued in
stalments are regarded as ar
rears of pay, having been earn
ed by the soldier according to
the terms of the law. Such
instalments can bo paid to the
father it the soldier died un
married, or to brothers and sis
ters if the parents are dead.
Under acts of March 3, 1863;
March 3, 1865; and joint reso
lution April 12, 1866, soldiers
discharged on account of
wounds or injuries received iu
the line of duty, are entitled
to receive the bountv thev
would have, received if they
had served the full term of en
listment. Disease, or disabili
ty resulting from disease, are
Ubt considered injuries within
the meaning of the law.
Drafted men and their sub
stitutes entering the service
for three years, between March
3, 1863, and September 5, 1864,
are entitled to $100 bounty.
After September 5,1864, draft
ed men are not entitled to
bounty. Neither drafted men
nor substitutes are entitled to
additonal bounty.
Additional bounty, act July
28, 1866, is payable to the sol
dier, to Ms widow, minor chil
dren, (minors at the passage
ot the act,) or parents, and
only on condition that the sol
dier, or if he be dead, his heirs,
have received, or are entitled
to receive, no greater bounty
than $100 under other laws.
Ii' the widow of the soldier re
married prior to July 28,1866,
she is not entitled.
The act provides for the pay
ment of $100 to mnn enlisting
for three years who have re
ceived, or are entitled to re
ceive, no greater bounty than
$100. Two years' service un
der above c6nditi6ns entitles
the soldier to $50 adJitional
bounty. If a soldier is dis
charged on account of disease,
and dies from its effecu, before
ADVERTISING TERMS.'
One quare, O
ucb additional tngertloa ... - CO
Card, peryeai,... lO O
Local notlcee, per llnev. ... . . 1 h
Yearly advertisements t)IOO OO
column, and at proportionate rate pel
leaatptee. Payable In tdraaoe.
CT The Record belnr the official
paper of the town, and having th e
larget circulation of any paper in tie
sounty, offers superior inducement
to ArNrtlsem.
July -28, 1866, his heirs, as
named above, are entitled to
the additional boanty. A sol
dier serving two years, and
discharged to accept promo
tion, Is not entitled under this
act The time for filing claims
under this law expired, by lira-,
itation, January 81, 1873. Un
less Congress should again ex
tend the time, claims . filed
subsequent to that date can -not
be entertained by the De
partment These facts, which
have been carefully collated,
may serve to guide the soldier
or his heirs to an understand'
ing of how tar the various
bounty laws affect them, and
may save thousands through
out the land the trouble and
expense of filing claims that
can net be allowed under ex.
isting laws.
'
Bigotry vs. True Religion.
The Milwaukee Journal of
last week contained an account
of the dnath Of a young tnaa
named Louis Hermann, who
was aocidently kilted. Alter
his death, he being a member
ot Racine Lodge No. 8, L O. O.
F., that body met, and as is
their custom, made arrange
ments to attend the funeral of
their deceased brother; and
further determined, out ot re
spect to the mother of the de
ceased, who is a German, to
secure the services of a Ger
man clergyman to preach the
funeral sermon. A Committee
was appointed, who called oh
the German Lutheran and
Methodist clergymen; but they,
or the trustees of their church
es, refused to assist at a funer
al service, because he was aa
Odd Fellow. Think of that-
and this the latter part of the
19th century! Finally the
committee called on Dr. Oar
hart, and he readily agreed to,
and did, attend the services,
preaching a most effective ser
mon over the remains of the
young man.
The day after young tier
manh was buried, his shop
mates were gathering up his
tools to send to his mother,
when it was discovered that a
number of new chisels he had
bought but a few days prior to
his death, were missing. tn
quiry was made - among the
men, hut no one had seen them
Suspicion pointed to one man
in particular, but he dented
having the tools; until at last,
when a foroible search was
about to be mude, he brought
them forward; and this roan
was one who objected to giv
ing young Hermann a Christ
ian burial because be was aa
Odd Fellow.
The Chillicoth Advertiser
e ays: We are informed that
the gentlemen whose names
are given below, together with
others, who served in the Mex
ican War, will, at an early day
hold a convention in this city
for the purpose of trying to se
cure pensions. Their names
are K. J. Uardner Dr. IS.' A.
McFadden, Chas. Aid, John
Kuhn, Richard Tomlinion,Ben).
Davisi and Richard Johnson.
If there are any others living
in this or any of the adjoining;
counties who are survivors of
the Mexican war, they are
invited to address either of the
above named gentlemen by
mail or otherwise, as toftVetii-
ent. Due notice of the con
vention will be given inik
papers.
Wit. Taylor fc Co., of 'Ohllli-
cothe, have recovered frota the
lessees of the Ohio catral $10,.
000 damages, lor injury done
their perk packing establish
ment by the tknal bre alios
last BUmtner. .
en 1
Hon. N. H. Vah Yoaaxa is
spoken of as a candidate for
Lieutenant Governor, and ia
endorsed hy the Republican
ot Athene.

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