THE VINTON RECORD
Editor aud Proprietor
OrriOE tf. W. Corner of Main and
Login ti., Uoposite Uonrt noun.
$2 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
DtU Smart. Samuel W. Kllterl, Jr.
SUCCESSORS TO DtVlD SMART'
alTD COMMISSION MEECHANTS.
Prompt Attention given to tlie
Transfer or I'M IKON and
other Property from and to
ll..ll.i.i.l -...! '.... 1
Water Street.betxeeenPaintand Walnut
Xiquor and Commission Merchants
NO. 20 WATER STRKET,
Ala in Barrel!. Half Uarrels and Botllei.
TOWN LOTS AND LANDS
THE Zaleaki Company, with a view to the
development of the meal interests of .iaies
t'lti, to aeeure it, permanent pioaperily, at.il to
sdd to its population and wealth, are now
ottering to actual settlei a, town lot and farm
lands at low prices, and on liheral terms.
Persons desinna; to examine the property
nd to In l y cheap houses will apply at the
Company' oltiues to
K. THOMPSON, Manager.
Zaleski, Ohio, Mar ID. 1871. tf
The Most Desirable Bes
dence in MoArthnr.
T OFFER for inle my residence on North
-.street. It consists of a spleudhl dwelling;
liuuse, well tloii-lied, insult, and oul, with
eixht raoiiaand a ood cellar. A (romiorliee
building, "table, wood andio'ul houaeandntli.
er necessary out biiililinxs. 'i lie premises
cmiluin ty acre, including I acre nl tinetard,
all thrifty Hearing vines; I lie re are also thirly
bearing apple, trees la-el varily of unified
fruit, tweuly-flve healing pencil trees best
bud-lad fruit, ehernea, quincea, pluma.anil a
variety of small liuit I'or Imtlur particulars
Inquire at the olh. e of this paper, or at the
premises, terms easy,
declaim 8. 8. riOLLIRON.
A Fine German Chromo.
WI KSD AN El.r.OtNT rHROXO, MOUNTED AND
aAi rua raaaiKU, rati to kveu Aiit.vt rua
LITE BELOW THE SURFACE,
D42 P'gs Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings
Relates incident and seoidenti. beyond the
tight of day; stunling iidventiirea In nil part
ol the world minea and mode of working
tliems underi'iirreiilH of society, g unMnu
nil ita horr rs; cavern and their mysteries,
the dark wnya of wicKelm,a; prison" and
their secrets; down in the depths of the aca
trunga stii-cs of the deteotion of crime.
The hook treiila ol the experience wilh brig
anda; in opium dens and gimtiling hells, life
i prison; stories of exiles; advent ires
among Indiana; journey. through sewers and
catacomba, anculenla in minea; pirale and
piracies; tortures of the inquiait on; wonder
in I burglaries; underworld of the great cities,
fnr thin work, Exnliiwive terrlfnrv kivpij. 1
Aemu can m-ifcf $H)0 per week in veiling tint
book tita for oirciilarn arvl terms to agents.
J. MS. BIIUIX UYDE,
1TAPTFORD, CONN., orCUICAUO ILL.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION
MiMiiVlMgOj Married or lbo- about w
mm lll,frT 0 the jihyaltloglcal
1n Q I mjaterfeiftbdrevcUtioutot
jibe Miualiyiiem, villi tb
taUit dlieoTcrlei la prodaelnp; and prfoUo oOiprloi,
kow u preserve lh eooiplexioo, Ac.
TbliLt kh totertitiug work tm tiaadrM tad ixj
Jitfef.wltk numereu CDgravlngi, tud contains alubl
QforniBtioti for tboa wbotre married, or cobtenplatemar
ritfe. Still it lift book that ought to be kept undertook
ud key. aod ootltld careleiil; about tb boua.
It eoDUiaa the ciperleDca and ad?lca o f a ph relet an
Vboia repuiatloa le world-wide, and ibould beta ibe prl
t drawer of every male and female throughout theeatlra
.rati., aritem ibal U worth BDowiag, ud much latt U
Iiudc. ii emoracei everTioiDg on tne lurnect o r the gea
net pubiUhed la aoj other work.
boi puDii.aea id ,07 otoer won.
fienltoan, oo (he orpo.t.c far Fin, Cots
Addrei. llr. Biliu' Ditftuttij ,Kt, 13 N. AlalilkltrMt
St. Loui,, Mo.
Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Iierert applying to the ueterleuequieke wha advertlie la
ttabllo papen.er ueing toy quack ren.ed.ei pertue Dr.
Butte' work tie matter waatyourdUeaae ii, or how deplor
able your condition.
Dr. Butte oceuuW a double home of twenty ievea
tttone ; I a I ndoried by aome o f the meet celebrated medl
aalprofeieore of thte country and Kurope.aod can be cob
ulid pereoanUy or by 0 til, oa thediieaeee mentioned la
fele worke. Oflice and parlera, No. IS N. Eighth lrea
hetweea Marketaad C'heiout, Bt, Louie, He.
THE GEEAT ALTERATIVE
AND BLOOD PURIFIER
It i3 not a quack nostrnm.
The ingredients are published
on each bottle of medioine. It
is used and recommended by
Physicians wherever it has been
introduced, It will positively
A ) Hrufrtd iitat. RHBUUA.
I IBM. WHITES WELLING. QOUT,
iCfOITRB. BRONCHITIS JIER V0U3
vain ui ii. liivjriaiTi ,vn
SUMPTIONS ail disease. rising
from an impure oonditlon of the
Blood. Send for our Bosadaus Al-
mam 10, In which too win midcertlfl'
eatei from reliable and trust-worth'
Physicians, Ministers of the Oos
Dr. R. tTllaoB Carr,of EiIU.
more, says be bas used it in cases of
Scrofula and other diseases with,
Dr. T. C. Pogb, of Baltimore,
recommends it to all persons suffer,
lng with diseased Blood, saying it la
superior to any preparation be baa
Rev. DMbney Ball, of the Bal
timore M. . Conference South, says
be bas been so much benefitted by
ita nae. that he cheerfully rseom
mends it to all bis friends sad so- .
Gordons vill a, Vs., say it Dsver baa
failed to give satisfaction.
Banitjel O McPaddea. Utuw
freesboro', Tennessee, says It cured
him of Bhenmstlim when all also
TUB KOHADAL18 IN CONNECTION WITH ODK
H KiairAUl 1
wffleuredhina and Fever, Uver Oomplaint, Dya.
mraria, etc We guarantee Bosadius superior to
another Blood Purifiers. Send tor BescripUvj
Address, CLEMENTS k CO.,
I B & Commerce Bt,, flalirmors, Jfi
VOL. 21--NO. 17.
MO ARTHUR, OniO, SEPTEMBER 18, 1873.
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WTTHT T? XTri i
M AAVAJAJi Jltl. l.i.l
O. T. CUNNINC,
M'ARTH -Ft, O.
ONFICB AT 0
STORE, MAIN 8TBBET.
EDWIN N. BAKNIIILL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Offlce JlcArthur, Olilo,
Will attend Dromnttv to all business entrnsuuf
10 ni. oara. UOVU
CT S. CLAYPOOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Will practice it Vfnton and adiolnina conn
ties. Bui,.e-B entrusted to Ins ear. innmnt
1 siieniiril 10. uince in uourt House.
1IOJ1EU C. JONES,
VlTORNEY AT LAW,
Orrict: One door weal of Dan Will k Broa
OPPOSITE R. R. DEPOT.
II A M D E N , O II I O .
R. FOX, PROPRIETOR
Livery 'Stables Attached.
MEAI.8 READY FOR ALL TRAINS.
The House ha lust been refurniahed
throughout, lloomi clenn and comfortable.
the table supplied with the heat lie market
arlorda, and no paina spared to accomodate
guest. man ti ty
Main Street) Opposite Court House
JAMES WORKMAN, Prorrietor
I HAVE taken poaaeaiion of the ahoe hotel,
renovated and partly refurnished it, and
wil tie glad to serve theolrl customera of the
house, and especially my old frienda of the
Hocking Valley who may he visiting this
point The tuhle will lie furnished with the
heat the market affords, and care taken to
make guests comfortable. Good stahhr.g at.
tai'hed to the house; Charge, reaaonable.
IV ILL attend to all business entrusted to
V htarare. ,
P. 0. ADDRESS:
It EE ' S JTI ILLS,
finton County, O.
Baa just received his
FALL AN I WINTER STOCK
Of the latest styles of
Cloths, Cassimeses and Vestings,
Which I will sell Terr Low for Cnah.
CtlTSTOM work done in the moat fathiona
ble and durable manner.
Thankful fnr th liberal patronage extended
to me heretofore, I solicit a continuance ol
iheaame. Remember i he place
Second Street. Second Door from I.nn.
Formerly ot Hamdcn.
VNNOUNCR8to his frienda in Vlntnn and
adjoining counties that he has hnuvht the
Hotel Formerly Kopt by Chas. Smith
Three doors west cl Madison, on
'le ha refitted it throughout, and la prepared
to entertain the tiaveling public at reasonable
North-east corner of Mi In and Jackson atretf
UEO. W. BRL'MON, Proprletoi
Carriages, jHiyuies. iz&resses, etc
LSO, WAGONS AMD ALL I1MS Of WAOOS WOBS
lone to order on short notice.
Painting and Trimming
t ail kinds executed in the neatest and moat
KEPAIKING ol all kinds ia my line will be
promptly and neatl. done.
OS. Work doue at this esiablishmcntis war
iinud to he substantial, put up solid and eze
u'edin the most worku aulike manner, not
o oe excelled in any resicct b'aoy other ea
tablishmentin the country.
THAT WHICH 13
PRINT AND PROSPER.
James Dunkle's Ealate.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NTO'I ICE is hereby given that RarnetAiken.
1.1 a guardian of Linuia J., Koliert A , John.
E., Arminoa, and Nancy B. l'unkle,
minora, bas filed his sjcounts with said wards
severally, lor hnal settlement with the firs
named, and lor partial settlement with the
others; and that aid several accounts sre set
for hearing on the lSih day of May, A. D.
1878, at I" o'clock, A. M.
U . B, M AIO; Probate Judge.
April 24, 1873 i BU
o u oW co
0 o tS
2 bt tog
aw " w o
o 8 S3 S
SPRING AND SUMMER
At his ne place ofbtiHliiesa,
COEY'S BIOCZ. OPPOSITE UBION
0 K -
Spring and Summer Clothing
EVER bratight to this market, embracing
all the luteal and moat fnolijoliable styles,
in in accordance Willi the latest laahiona.
When you Mania nobby auit ilou't fail to call
on Krauk. He also CUTa and
nd has a full line of
HATS AND CAPS, &C.
All clothing marked down to the LOW-
VST FIlil KKN. Give me a ell and 1 will
npr FRANK HELLMAN
YEl & CO.,
Union Block, Second St., Chillioothe,
NVITK the attention of houaekeepera oi
this place and vicinity to their stock of Wall
ALL NEW STYLES,
Spring Trade of 1873
i large aaaurtnieut jut received. I all and
examine when you are in Ulullicothe.
Li'neji and I'oper II indow Shades. Rus
tic bliaues, at cast; a good Assort
ment of JUiscKllaneous and
School Honks. Stationery, Fancy
A GOOD BOOK-
Dick's Encyclopei'Ia ok Practical Rb-
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nun ner, aud liltiatrated with explanatory
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lerein-e lor the merchant, manufacturer, ar-
iaan, amateur and houaekeener. ineludini
medicine, pharmacy and domestic economy
The acopu of tins work ia entirely different
from any other book 01 the kind. Beainea
hei ii g a complete anil alnxat indispenstble
i' ok 01 reierence lor me inousnnn ami one
eceipta and articles needed in every hous
lold, farm, garden, etc.. it includes clear and
easily understood directions for the applica
unn oi many ontio aria usually acquired only
by long ext.eneo, e, and eo divested of tech
nichaluiea, or the technicahlies nl terms used
ao lullv exnlained as to brimr the entire aiih.
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I ordinary intelligence. I'romnnent anions
the immense maaa of auhiecls treated of in
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Tlio Art ot Uveinir. Hrd Bolt and Toilet
Soaps, Tauning, Instillation, Imilntion Liq
uors, Wiiifa, t.'nrdiala and Hitters, Older,
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I.o-metica, Hntr lives and Washes. Pomades
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waierpronnng, Arlitlcial, Uema, luka anil
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i a,nooa .Da narness niMKinx, rnoiog apnv,
Meliils and Alloys, Gilding, Slivering, etc..
Electrotyping, Klectrr.plating, etc, Patent
Medicines, Medical Receipts, Weights and
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Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate. ORIGIN: OF A IF AMILLIAR
Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate. ORIGIN: OF A IF AMILLIAR LINE.
A correspondent write that theoit
quoted line, "Thoujfh lost to alKht, to
mern'ry dear," originated with Ruth.
Ten Jenkyns, and was first published
In the Greenwich Magazine for Ma
rines, In 1701 or 1702. At a literary
curiosity, we quote the whole poem
"Sweetheart, good-bye I the fluttering
Is spread to waft me far from the
And soon, belnre the fnvVliiv cnia
My ship shall bound uion the sea.
Perchance, all desolate Aid forlorn
These eyes shall miss tlee many a
But Uillorirotten everv rhArm
Though lost to sight, to mem'ry
"Sweetheart, good-bye! ne last em
"O. Cruel Tale 1 trim afVlili
I el in this heart s most eictwdDlace
rhou, thou alone aboil dull forev
And still slinll recollectloa trace
In Fancy's mirror, ever ine.
i.acU smile, each tear that, form, that
litre j .
Though lost to eight, ?to mem'ry
A WONDERFUL CLOCK.
[Shamokin Correspondence of the Philadelphia
Karl Keller, a. poor) German
miner of the Excelsior Colliery,
which is situated within a few
miles of this borough' has ex
hibited a clock here, during
Ihe past week, of a most re
markable character. r lie had
been three years constructing
itthe first two year at inter
vats ol time, aud the last year
ne worked at it day and night,
scarcely taking lime enough to
sieep ana eat. i
IIo became almost, a mono
maniac on (he eul ject. The
clock was in his mind during
his waking hours, and in his
dreams at night. Heoccupied
alone a small uoodefii shanly,
wliero he worked, slept, and
cooked his food. Whatever
sleeping and cooking he did,
however, was but little. It is
thought he would have nearly
starved, but for the kindly in
terest which his heichboM
took ia him and . h rjvjjkr-
They took him Jbod and en
couraged him in his labors.
The clock, which was made
with no other tools than two
common jack-knives, it eight
leet high and four leet broad.
is Ira me is of the Gothic style
of architecture. It has sixteen
sides, aud is surmounted by a
globe, on the top of which Is
taitadud a small golden cross
Un the front of the cltck there
are lour dial plates; one shows
he day of the week, another
shows the day of the month,
ano bershowes the minu e and
raci ions of a minute, and the
other the hour of the day.
These dials are carved in a
most unique manner, having
emblematic iigures upon them
of almost every imaginable de
scription. Above thedial plates
is a semi-circular gallery, ex
tending arouDd about half the
widtb of the irame-work of the
clock. Immediately in front,
n the center of this semi-cir
cular gallery, is the carved
wood figure of our Savior. At
the ends oi the gallery, on
either side, there is a small
door, opening into the body ot
Over the door, oo the right-
hand side ot the clock, at you
land lacing it, is an eagle.
Over the door, on the left-hand
bide, is a chicken cock. Twice
a day, that is, at 12.05 in the
day and 1205 at night, a sweet
chime of bells begins to play,
the small door on the right
hand opens, and small wooden
figures, admirably carved, of
the twelve Apostles, appear
and walk out slowly and grave
ly in procession, Peter in tho
lead. Advancing along the
gallery until tbey get opposite
the - figure of Jesus, each in
turo, except Judas, slowly
turns around and bows . his
head to the Master, then recov
ers his lormer position; as kV
ler does this tho cock crows.
They continue to advance to
the other side of the gallery
and enter the small door on
the left. As Judas (who is in
the rear) with his right hand
.,.'l.U!.-l!. r-vs. i.ul
BOieiaiDg U1I IttUOi wu u ici.
'hand clasping the bag which
is supposed to contain the
thirty pieces of silver, comes
in full view of the cock, the
cock crows again. By a simple
arrangement this procession
can be made to come out and
pass around the gallery at any
On pedestals, bt the extreme
cornrs of the front of the
clock, are carved wooden slat
ties ot Moses and Elias. In the
rear are two obelisks of the
Egyptian style, upon which
are carved hieroglyphic char
acters to represent the ancient
period of the world's history.
The clock will run thirty-two
hours without winding. Mr.
Kelter, who is a native of Frie
burg, in Baden, is very proud
of his workmanship. Be can
scarcely bear to be away from
it long enough to eat bis meals,
lie has been oflered ten thous
and dollars for it by a party
Irom New York, but he refus
Mr. Ketter says he had often
heard of the celebrated clock
in Strssburg, Germany, but he
never saw it, and he has had
no knowledge how it was con
8tructed, neither has he ever
had any instruction in mechan
ics of any kind.
Bis purpose is to exhibit it
for a few months in this coun
try, and then take it with him
Completion of the Portage
Lake Ship Canal.
The importance ot the Fort
age Lake Ship Canal will be
highly estimated when it is un
derstood to be worthy of men
lion in connection with those
valuable results of human in
dustry which remove impedi
ments to the transit of the pro
duct uf agriculture and other
commodities between the var
ious ports of the great inland
seas. oiearaers or vessels
bound up or down Lake Supe
rior, calling for cargoes from
Portage Lake, have heretofore
been compelled to go forty or
fifty miles and return out of the
straight course around Kewee
Most of the copper produced
on the Southern shore of Lake
Superior has always been and
will continue to be sent from
Portage Lake. More than
12,000 of the 15,000 tons ol
copper produced last year were
shipped from it. By the canal
passage, round Keeweenaw
Point will be saved. The pas
sage round this Point has al
ways been regarded with dis-
ike by sailors, and in foggy or
heavy weather is dangerous,
the harbors being available
only for the smaller class of
boats. The actual distance by
measure from Portage Lake
around the Point is one hun
dred and twelve miles, and the
distance to be sailed over is
still greater. But from Bough
ton to Hancock through the
6inp canal to the open lake is
only nine miles.
There is no doubt that at
some former period the penin
sula or 4,point" north of Port
age Lake was an island, as now
by the labor of man it bas
again become. The channel
between the island and the
main land had, for a long dis
tance been filled up with sand
to the height of at least twenty
feet above the lake. In the
course ot the recent excava
tions, large trees buried for
many centuries, have been
brouLht to the surface, and,
stranger yet, tools an imple
ments curiously fashioned from
copper, and eviden'ly wrought
by a now unknown race, have
also been discovered.
The whole work is now near
y completed, and there seems
to be no donbt that the in
crease of the tonnage brought
to Portage Lake from the West
will be followed by the widen
ing, deepening and straighten
lng of the channel eastward to
Freaks of Lightning.
At the last sitting of the
French Academy of Sciences
a letter was read from M. A
Parent, giving an account of
the effects of a violent stroke ol
lightning which fell on the
26th ult. at Troyes, (Anbe.) in
a central quarter of the town,
with a noise equal to the re
port of several pieces of artil
lery. The phenomenon seems
to have been confined fo the
Rue de la Monnaie, where, at
No. 37, a young girl who was
standing on the threshold of her
dwelling, saw a fiery globe o!
the size of an orange, fall at
her feet, then roll along and
disappear. She experienced a
violent shock, causing a trem-
Mingr that did not cpase until
he following day. Th pins in
her hair were torn awav as
well as all the metal arUolee
she had about her person. Tier
father who was leanine against
f he Iron bars of a window of the
next honse. was pnrnlvzed for
a few seconds, and did not re
cover from fhe commotion for
several davs. At No. 24, same
street, in the "E'eefion ttoi;e
as if ia called, the electric fluid
Ml on a turret behind the
honse. pierced a hole thronth
the weather cock, flid down the
ronf alone fhe zmo which cot.
erert H. got Inside hv loosening
fhe beams which supported fhe
woodwork, broke throneh a
partition, fhen throneh the
floor into the lower sforv,-made
its wav thrnueh a wall into a
enrrett, got out through a win.
dow, ran alone the 'sponfs and
pipes laid down to the next
tory; thence passed to the
next house, broke into a ware
house where there were some
jon stoves with the usual cast
ton ornamernfr,' sucIP-'as
wreaths, flowers, etc.. all of
which it faithfully designed on
the ceiling, with the precision
of photography; then melted
the wire of a hell, the trace of
which it left on the wall, and at
ength took a iancy to some
gilt wooden rods intended for
sale and wrapped up in paper.
These it enriched With fantastic
but elegant designs, and after
a few more vagaries took its
Here is a paragraph from
the Athens speech of Governor
Noyea, which every citizen of
Ohio 6houId "read, mark, learn,
and inwardly digest:"
No man who wishes Well for
ihe State can notice without
concern the rapid and enor
mous increase in the local in
debtedness ot our smaller po
litical divisions. Incompetent,
irresponsible, and reckless of
ficials often squander the pub
lic money; and sometimes the
better judgement ol communi
ties is improperly swayed by
specious arguments and false
representations, for purposes
bt private gtin. While the
Stale debt is decreasing, our
cities and counties are prepar
ing a burden which will be
found heavy and oppressive in
the coming years. All good
cilisens 6hould set their laces
against this mortgage of the
future, and this evil should be
borne in mind while the peo
ple are selecting members ol
the Legislature and their coun
It is an interesting fact that
the imports of dry goods at New
York during the month of Aug
ust have been a million and a
half leas in value than in 1872,
and four millions and a quarter
less thau in 1871. Our total
imports since the beginning of
the year are nineteen millions
less than last year, and eleven
millions less than the year belore
last. We are not running in
debt abroad as fast as we were.
ll cosis the Uoveintuent $10
to carry a letter from Boston to
n ADVEUTISUJO TEitMS.
One square,... ij qq
Each addition, tuertlon .... CO
Cards, peryea lo OO
Local notlcct er line, -
Yearly advertisements $100 OO
column, and at proportionate rate pel
leu? apace.- Payable In advance.
WThe Record being the official
paper of the town, and having tli
largest circulation of auv paper In tr
sounty, offers stiperioi'lnJucemetta
to advertisers. . - . -
The Senatorial Convention of
the Eighth District met 'ia
Gallipolis, Wednesday, Sept. 3.
and organized by selecting Dr.
Jonathan Morris as Chairman,
and John T. Raper, of the Vin
ton Record, Secretary. The
following committees were ap
pointed: On Credentials, W.
II. Lssley, of Meigs county, L.
F. Wiseman, of Lawrence, W.
W. Mills, of Gallia, and J. b.
Will, of Vinton. Committee
on Order of Business and Per
manent Organization: W. T.
McQuigg, of Lawrence county.
1L M. Ilorton, of Meigs, J. A.
Felton, of Vinton, and John T
Balliday, ot Gallia. Commit
tee on Resolutions: E. B. Wil
lard, of Lawrence county, 3. P.
Bradbury, of Meigs, Geo. Kal
er, of Vinton, and E. T. IloN
comb, of Gallia.
The Committee oh Creden.
tials reported: Ctdllia' entitled
to 13 Votes: Lawrence 1K.
Meigs 17, and Vinton 6 Total,
51; necessary to choice, 26.
fhe Committee recommended
that the delegates present from
each county cast the lull vote,
or. fill the delegation. The
Committee on Resolutions re
Believing in the platform,
principles adopted by the late
Republican Si ato Convention,
and heartily concurring in the
sweeping denunciations of cor
ruption, salary-grabbing, and
the Credit Mobilier contained
therein, we unqualifiedly ap
prove and adopt the same.
Adjourned till 1 o'clock. Up
on reassembling the names of
Dr. J. R. Philson, of Meigs
county, and E. S. Wilson, ot
Lawrence county, were put
in nomination. The following
is the vote:
.Phil nn, ... 27
Wihon, " 22
Dr. Philson having received
a majority of all the votes cast
was declared the nominee for
State Senator from this Dis
trict. On motion, Dr. Philson's
nomination was made unanN
mous. The following Senator
ial Central Committee waa
Joseph Hunt, of Qallia;E. B.
Willard, of Lawrence; Jno. T.
Raper, Vinton; E. S. Branch,
On motion, it was resolved
that the proceedings, of this
Convention be publi3hed in all
the Republican papers of this
JONA. MORRIS, Ch'n.
JNO. T. RAPER, Sec'y.
One of the planks of the
Democratic platform laid down
at Columbus recently was the
Resolved, 4th. That the pub
lic lands should be 6acredly re
served for actual settlers, who)
will dwell upon and cultivate)
them, and that we will continue
to denounce and oppose as we)
always denounced and opposed
all gifts of such lands by the
Government to incorporated
A correspondent of the Cin
cinnati Commercial furnishes a.
table of land grants to railroad
made by CongrePB from 1850 tf
1861, during which time the
Democracy was the ruling par
ty. The aggregate is over thir
one millions of acres.
Last Saturday week a drunk
en man named Daugherty Ac
companied by one John War
den, went into the pottery of
Mr. Edgington, of Manchester,
Adams county, 0, and began
to kick the ware over fhe floor
Mr. Edgington asked them to.
desist, when Daugherty itab
bod him in the b wels. Ed
ging' on died the next ffiotnin?.
Mr. Edfington was ft gentle
man of hith Ftu d n in tBa
comminity and a devoafc
Chris i: ii. Hi haus a wif
and six children.
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