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THE VINTON RECORD.
JOIIN T. KAPEIl,
OrnOEN.W. Corner of Main and
Logan Sti., Ooposite Court House.
2 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE.
VOL. 24 -NO. 27.
MOAnTHUR, OIIO. NOVEMBER 27, 1873.
WHOLE NO. 1,233
DaTii Smart. Samuel W. Kllvert, Jr.
&HA.RT Ac KILVERT,
SUCCESSORS TO 1MV1D 8MART1
. Wholesale Grocers
OD COMMISSION MEEOHANTS.
Prompt Attention given to tlie
Transfer of IMG IltON nnd
other Property from and to
ltailroad and Canal.
Water Slreet.belxceen Paint and Walnut
mar 1 1 I y
Liquor and Commission llerouants
KO. 30 WATE4 STHKKT,
"tlllLLICOTllE. "- - OHIO.
II in Barrels, Half Barrels and Bottles.
TOWN LOTS AND LANDS
TpHE Enleslo Company, with a. view to the
X d.Telo.inenl of the Ioi'hI interests nf.Ja!e
ki, t. .euiire its permanent piosperily, ni.il to
a 4 4 to 1 1 pnpulminn nl wealth, are now
vderi.g te actus! ettleis, tow n lots and farm
leads at low prices, ancl on liberal terms.
Per. on. desiring to einniine tle properly
ad lo buy cheap houses will apply at the
Cmny's offices to
K. THOMPSON, Manager.
Kalokl, Ohio, May 18, 1871. if
-I'Mt'E In Davis' Building, opposite
the Vinton County Kationul bunk, up stairs,
A Fine German Chromo.
a UKI AM I.KUNT CIIKOMO. Mlll'.VTI.I) AND
anur roa r.AUixu, ra:i tu kvkux acikst run
1IFE BELOW THE SURFACE,
BYTUOS. II'. KXOX,
942 P'gs Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings
Relates incidents and acciilent hernud I lie
likt of day; startling adventures in nil puns
nl las world mine and mode of working
them; undercurrents of society, Humbling
act it liorr irs; caverns and their iny-terics,
(h. ilark waya or wckaliies; prison and
eir secrets; down in Hie depth- of t lie sen
..range atones iil'the detection ol'erune.
The hook trcalsnl tlieexpencni-euii'Mirig
aaai; in opium dens and it untiling hell, life
I. priann; .lories ol' exile; imvent ires
a.'in Inrfisns; jniirnrya tl.i'iiuli seaersimd
eiuacoiiihs, sccidi-nls in mines; pirates and
airaaea; toiinreii nflhe iniiiit on; wnnder
il burglaries; umioraurld of the great cities,
for Un work. Kxltifie i i v wiven.
cn rn 'kf tint per work in fillinif tin
book. Heo-t fur tirviilnrn nnt tfrtti" In nut'titsi,
j. it. n ii una ii vin:,
Ar l'FuKI), ttN., or tllh.Atio ILL.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION" !
i private Coonielor to tb
arritd. or tlmsa about to
I marry on the phvali. logical
jmyiiteriraauti revelation sof
!the neiu.il svitem. with tha
b(it JlseavtrUi In p rort Being and preventing (Tipring,
v lo preserve ih enatliioQ, Ac.
Tli ill i mi loicretilof work f 10 bond red sod ilitf
ages, with umeraiia tagrarlns;, and contains nimbi
laforautioB for tboat wboare married ,or contemplate mar
rtata. StIUltlia, book Ui at ought lo bo kept midir lok
Odkif, q4 lot laid caralenly about lha bouit.
Il Mitala tko aiperleDct tod adrlco oft pbrslelit
aonrepuuttoatt world-wide, aod houli baio the prl
0mbt). HambraccievtrjtblDK on th iul.jeciof the geo
raMrtiTitem tbal U worth hDOWifif, an nuab Ibat it
arot pthlfahtd In aay other work.
ant to an; on (fr of pomge) for Ftftr Centi.
A4areii!r. UalM' DUpeniar;,Ko, 13 Wibtbttrtol
ik, Leila, Me.
Notice to tfco Afflicted and Unfortunate
Htfore aeplylnf to (he notorlaue quack who adrertlielt
triblit r,or uilnf any quark rented let peruae Dr.
nils' wark no matter what jour diaeaaele, or bow deplsr
Able year ceodition.
Hr, Batu arc up le i double borne of twenty-aefft
flMna;l aladorird by ame o f the moat celebrated medl
alprofeaioraortblieouoiry and Kurop. andcao beoD
aalted personally or br tnatf, on thedUeaiee mentioned la
Vswerks. Office and parlera, No. 11 N. Klgbth atrtetr
aWtwaaa Uarkt and Camnal, fit. Leuls, 14 o.
s t.M-; OF TAIL
Ton ,vorrof n pul
lie IP l I:om pioved llr
Ci oiik '-. n I no of Tnr tc
Imve lii'iro ini'ilt limit
nuy ximiliir piepninllcin
e.wt oD'i umI to tlm pull
he. It Is rich in I lie
mo lielnnl iml!lli'S id
'1 nr. mill iiiii-iiiiiili il fm
ilisniM's of the 'l lii'oal
..-.X. - niiil f.aiii'.ei itni'tiirininu
..r. s.'vr.'T ..ii ... u .....
ri'-'Af- atilH. It Ims enred s
iiiiiny iMsrs of Vstliniii
mil t'.rolK'iiillf , liml it
liaa licrii piimouiiuod
ap.'eilic fiT tli('i cont'
pi;.lnH. l'or I'll inn In
llio r.rcnxl. Nillo ol
Vt-.tv', Unci'. .rnv'l or Kll
i- t m-y I st'ilHt, lliscnsej
Ol Hie l n-.rv i Jasimlice, 01
nn.v l.ivcr 'iiiii n.i:t it li"8 no t'ljunl
Ii in nlsn it Mipcrior Ton c,
;.- lorot i ho Appetllo,
Klriilli)'ii llio Kynlrin.
l!i- lores llw rnli and I bililnfod.
t nuM ihe l'it I lo llHr.t,
'..iniivr fjpojMl- liml liilioallon.
I'r-ti'iit Ttoliii Ions Fevers.
i;Uitatir lo jmir hyatfisi.
R i i"
Pale, Ysllox Sicklj-Lcoiins Skit
. (-(! to on of fiesliiiesa i.iid rie.iltli
w -. r I. n Klln Illtinl0
. .....I . hi. l lima nr.
ro iiove(I.HT i(iilvcroriil(n Olonoi
l Mi- V.ytn, Wh io Swolliiiv, Uloor
!' - ormiv kind of Humor rnpldl)
ilwimlloiind rllsuppenr under Ita Influence
I i fnrt It will do yon more pood, nnd enn
on more BiMH-dily tlinn nny nnd nil othei
r' rpiiva'loiia coiiihlnod. Wlitllltl H la niv
nr a own revtorerl A aolnhleoxyd of Iror
r nililned with the niedlciiiKl properties oi
r .fee It ait i!lvoslcdoi n1ldiRHrpenble quul
(ilea It will ruroBiiy hrnleor I.ong
Mnint'nrr P'n'aie wlnie renl or dlreor
raitaei" ImkI bloo l. lUieiitiinllani.Pnln!
In l.lnilwnr IJoiio-.'oullliitlon bM
Itrn drew H lv Mercurlnl or other poisons
arw ull enrcil iivlt. ForH.vphlllii.or Sypl
llitlo In n.tlier la nothing oonnl to It
V ir ': rnvl It. ASK FOR PR
lii P. rUI-OIXD SVHIP Ol
FARM FOR SALE.
WITHIN H mile of Iho M. C. B.
U. 'I'he Inrm enntaina ftl aerea .
Ilorty acres cleared, fair improve
anl, A unnti ertal hnnli nncn nnrl
working. i feet bcatconl. For aa e cheap,
I AM prepared to fnrmah thebestqnalitTOf
frenh lime from my kiln, 1 mile nnrthof
HcArthnr, at one dollar per ban el at the kiln,
buyer rurwabki2 their owa barrels.
toepMw Wife MAVTUEW
O. Y. cUnninc,
M'A.R,TIC JR., O.
ONFICB AT 0 , BTOKB, MAIS STREET.
EDWIN N. BAltNIIILL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Olllce AleArthur. Uliio.
Will attend promptly to all btumena enmiHtrd
"or. s. claypoolbT
ATTOKXEY AT LAW,
Will practice 1 1 Vmlon inilailjolningroun
Ilea. Bnu.et8 eninntied lo Iuh care pionipt
ly attended to. Oftice in Court House.
HOMElt C. JOA'ES,
ATTOKNEY AT LAW,
Orrici: One door west of Dan Will k Broa.
,an f 30 jl
OPPOSITE R. R. DEPOT.
II A AI DEN, OHIO.
R. FOX, P It 0 P U I E T 0 K.
Livery Stalks Attached.
MEAI.8 READY FOR ALL TRAINS.
The Hnue haa juat been refurnished
Ihrniinhout. lloom" elenn and cnmfnrta'ilc,
thetnlile supplied with the lt 'he market
nflorda, and no pains aparod to aecomoilale
(jueata. maM lBt'iB ly
Main Street, Opposite Oourt House
IY!c Arthur, Ohio,
JAMES WORKMAN, Prorrietor
III AVE tnken poaeaion nTllie above hotel,
renovated nnd pntllv refnrni-lied it, niul
il be ulnd lo serve the old nlomera of the
limine, nnd enneeiiilly my old Irienda of Ihe.
HockiiiK Vnlley who may be viiminir lln
imiut Thetnlile aid tie fiirnifdiid uh the
bent the market atlnrda, and enre taken to
niiike uuet enmloitiilile- ffood idahlir.n at
Inc hed to the house; Charge reasonable.
i:imar It 7.1
II' ILL nttend to all busineia entrusted to
11 Ins cure.
P. 0. ADDHESS:
Has jutt received Ilia
'ALL AN i WINTER STOCK
Of the lnlett siylca of
.'loths, Cassimcses and Vestings,
Which 1 will acll Very Low for l'unh
CUSTOM work done in the most fafhionn
V ble and durable niHiiner.
Thankful for the liberal patronage extended
ii me heretofore, I snlieil a continuance of
tieauino. Remember the place-
Formerly ot Hiihidcn.l
VHMOUNrHSto hit friends in Vlnlnn and
ndjoiningcoiinliea that he has nought the
Hotel Formerly Kept by Chas. Smith
Three doors West cf Madison, on
He haa refitted it thronchont. nnd is prepared
to entertain the tinvehng public at reasonable
Mo A RTFTTT T?
CARRAG E FACTORY.
North-cast corner ofMidnand Jackson street
GEO. W. BliUKTON, Proprietoi
Carriages, xsuuuies. ixpresses, eU
itao, waaoxa axd all emus or waooi won
done to order on short notice.
Painting and Trimming
ol all kinds executed in the neatest and most
KEfAlKlNG ol all kinds in my line will be
proinptly and netul, done.
B-.Work doue nt'thia esiablishmcnt it wsr.
uiiu d to le aubslantial, put up solid and exe
cu'edin tlie moat workn aolike manner, not
o oe excelled in any respect b any other ea
lablishmentio the cbtntrr.
TL1AT VVH10U IS
PRNT AN D PROSPER,
The Favorite Fine-Cut
-HE''Chewera' Choice, is now taking the
L lead ol all other Hrands. bright in color,
pleasant in taste, tough and lasiinr in chew,
this tobacco possesses every quality to suit
chewers, and fella by the 10 pound bucket
fully 10c cheaper per pound, than any other
brand of the fame grade and perhaps less
oualil v. 1U0 buckets of this celebrated brand
hate been sold In Chillicothe alone Within
the last two months, and trad, still increas.
tng. -Try It" BCH-SFrEH a KKAM KB
Chillicothe, Ohio, sr. the Manufaclnfert'
tgentaand sell at lowest Factor j fnce.,.
-w w i vi u
At Hi . w .
D Cj O)
S o? 8
15 S a
a S P o .
t I 2IIH w
SPRING AND SUMMER
At his new place of business,
(JOEY'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE UUION
Spring and Summer Clothing
I.iVER braiighl to this market, embracing
n!l the liiteHt-wid must fashionsble styles,
cm in iirroMnncc wilh the latent laiduons.
When you antit a nnbby suit duu't foil lo c. II
on Frank. He also CliTf and
Makes Garments to 'Ordei
and bos a full line of -
HATS AND CATS, &C.
ll elolhinii marked down to the I.llW.
I.ST I K.I IIIiS. Give me a c .ll and I will
imur FRAVK H ELI.MAN
PA P Ii.
YE & CO.,
Union Block. Second St.. Uhillicothe,
INVITE til entti ntmn of hoiiseKeeper of
Itliis place and viciniiy to their stock ol Wall
ALL NEW STYLES,
Spring Trade of 1873
large jsortmcnt J..-t received. Call and
when you are in Chillicothe.
Liamt mid l'apcr (I (ndow Shdd(. litis
tHi Uiudcn, at cost; u ynod Assort
ment of Miscellaneous und
School books. iStmionery, Fancy
A GOOD BOOK
Pick's EncycIopriiia of Practical Rk
caisTa inii Piioi'Fsses. L'ontmningii, tJ'i prae.
ttcnl receipts, written in a ptain and popular
niacner, and illtii-trated wilh explanatory
wood-cuts. Heing a comprehensive book of
r lerence lor the merchant, manufacturer, nr
tinn, amnleur and housekeeper, including
medicine, pharmacy and domestic economy
The scope nf this work Is entirely dihVrent
from any other book 01 Ihe kind, besiiies
being a complete nnd nlmrst inditpensihle
be ok of reference for the thousand and one
receipts and articles needed in every hnns-,
hold, farm, garden, etc., it includes clear and
easily understood directions for the applicA
tion of many of iho arts usually acquired only
by long experience, and so divesied nf tech
nichalities, nr the tei'hnicalilie. ol term, used
so Hilly explained as to bring the entire sub
ject within the comprehension ofany erson
of ordinary intelligence. I'roinilnent among
the immense mass of subjects treated If in
the book are the following:
The Art ol Dyeing, Hard Soft and Toilel
Soaps, Tanning, Instillation, Imitation Liq
uors, Winvs, Cordials and Hitters, Oider.
Brewing, l'erufmery,Klnvorin Essences, etc.,
Comcucs, Hair Dyes and Washes, Pomade,
nnd I'erltmied Oil-, Tooth Powders, etc.. 8y,
nips. Alcohol and Alcohol met ry, Petioleum
and Kerosene. Bleaching and Cleaning, Vin
enr, Bailees, Catsups and Pickets, Receipts
tor the (jiiriien. To b emove HtainSfHpotatetc.,
Pyrolechny and Kxplesives, Cements, etc.
WaterpronHng, Artiticial, Gems, Inks and
Writing Fluioa, Aniline Colors, Paints snd
Pigments, laintingnnd Paper.hanging, Ka'
somineand Whitewash, Varnishing and Pol.
ish ng, Lllbricatora, Japanning anil Lacquer
irg.Hoot CDft Harness U!a:king, Phtliogihphv,
Melals and Alloys, Gilding, Silvering, etc..
Electrotyping, Electroplating, etc., Patent
Medicines, Medical Receipts, Weights and
Measures. 607 pages, royal octavo, cloth.
Price IJ.nn i.mar
DICK FITZGERALD, Publnshcrs, N. V.
J OB WOKE
NEATLY & PROMPTLY
4 j -i . ; .i srH
eH O o P h
Hcq oh Pn
BY W. STORY.
TIs e jroldcn jjloaui ol puttimn tiny.
t un nitj loir, rum uaticing a tr in
rmy 1 1
Anil a tenilef
touch upon pvprrtiiln";,
remombered the days ot
As if nimiin
In tlir llt-teitl
rig woods there Is not a
Ami a jtlow
. 1Ua :
tr gold to the sward be-
not sunshine upon them
tints hid In the shadow-
nr crow from the furm-
J DrTl r.
' ' DlMMM
And, mint hi
Lull from the belfry
dim nntl far awny,
en of cliildrt'ii in happy
JfO ' orro
Xo grid" foi
upon the landscape
the vanished sanimer
peaceful and calm re-
But a sense d
Like, that wflcU ne In Us atittiuin
Tlio sprioirtiifl longings are joAst nnd
9i snminer no longer arc
Tlie harvest i
gathered, and niitiinin
nghtful with folded
With half a sikHe and lu.lfn sigh.
It poinlrrs tl. past that has hurried
Sees It. imrl fcfls If. flail loves It all,
Content It hns-Vaiiisheil beyund recall.
Full Account of Her
Capture and Doom
of her Ill-fated
The Captured Executed.
A letter Irom Havana gives
an account of tlio sleamer Vir
ginius, from which it appears
that on October 30th the Span
ish Consul at Kingston advised
the Government at Santiago
de Cuba ilnit the Virginius was
in the vicinity of Morrant Bay.
The Spanish war steamer Tor
nado had that morning arrived
at Santiago de Cuba, and, lour
hours alter Ihe Governor re
ceivert information of the Vir
ginias, went in search of her.
The following day tiie Torna
do, under full snil, and with
but little steam, as some blight
repairs were being made to her
machinery, enme in night ui
the Virginius, which probably
supposed the Tornado o be a
sailing vessel, as her course
was not changed. On the Tor
nado every effort whs made tc
hasten the repairs they were
engaged in, and at two o'clock
the cliiel engineer pronounced
them completed. All the steam
possible was immediately got
up, and the vessel headed for
the Virginius, soon reaching a
speed of lourteen knots, and
slowly gaining upon her.
The Virginius had, in ihe
meantime, kept her course hut
divining the hostile intentions
of the tornado, changed It to
ward amaca, and being out of
coal Commenced to burn pe
troleum, greaie, lat, and other
combustibles from the provis
ions on board, stlch as hams,
etc. Night closed in and the
vessels were in the same rela
tive positions, the Tornado,
As soon as they got within
gunshot the Tornano fired a
gun, followed by three other
shots and shell. This brought
the Virginius to, and two arm
ed boat, from the Tornado
came alongside, took posses
son of the vessel, and made
prisoners of all on board. At
the time of the capture the
Virginius was flying the Amer
But this was pulled down by
the Spanish officer, and the
Spanish ensign hoisted in its
place, although the papers of
the vessel, duly dispatched for
Colon, were banded to him af
ter the capture. The next two
hours were employed in trans
ferring some of the prisoners
to the Tornado, and putting a
pnie-crew on the Virginius
At midnight the two vessels
started for Santiago de Cuba,
and arrived the following day
at five o'clock in the afternoon,
having been joined by the
Spanish steamer Cantfcbro.
Upon their arrival in port
the intelligence spread like
lightning, and attracted an im
mense crowd of people. The
The Government Palace and
other public buildings were il
luminated, and f!l the authori
ties, civil and military, went to
felicitate the Governor Bur-
riel, upon the new, who, in
the evening, gave a brilliant
reception. The vessels were
surrounded in the b;iy by a
number of boats filled wilh
music anil cheering volunteers
The festivities were kept op
late into the niht.
The following day, Novem
ber 2d, a court-martial was
held on board the Tornado,
which commenced at nine and
terminated at four. All were
tried na pirates, and the find
ings of the court and sentences
were sent to the Captain Gen.
era) and Admiral in sealed
pickets. Alter the court had
concluded its task all the pris
oners, with the exception of
Ben Beta, Jesus DeSala, Gen.
il.vin and Pedro Cespedes.
were transferred to the jail of
the city, escorted by a force of
100 volunteers and a number
General Burnol, it is said)
coolly asked that all the pris
oners should be turned over to
him. with the exception of the
Captain and crew, who should
be sent to Havana, at the dis
posal of tlio Comtnahdate-Gen.
era) de Marlilats, and declared
that within twenty-four hours
afterwards all should be tried
and executed, in order to avoid
any complication with the ex
terior Wat Is foreign interven
tion. lie also detained a telegram
which the United Slates con
sul decided lo forward to the
United States Consulate at
Kingston, reporting tho cap
ture and inquiring as to the
nationality ol Ihe Virginius.
The Virginius had her papers
in order and was dispatched
for Colon, all her passengers
appearing on the papers as la
borers for a railroad building
All accounts diiler as to the
position ot the position of the
Virginius at the time ot her
capture. One gives tho cap
lure as having keen effected at
twenty miles Irom Jamaica and
the official account states
twelve hiiles. The Diarro? tales
it at twenty three miles, the
journals at Santiago de Cuba
at eight miles and twenty miles,
and the version of the Voce de
Cuba is twelve miles.
The commander of the Tor
nado publicly stated in Santia
go leCuba,"An hour later and
the Virginius coiild have saved
herself by entering some port
It seems that the Virginias
shortly after the departure ol
the French steamer for Santia.
go de Cuba, left Jamaica on the
24 1 h ult.
It was the intention of the
expeditionists to sail direct for
Cuba, but slight damage to the
machinery obliged them to en
ter some port of Hay ti. This
they left, touching at Port au
Prince, Hay ti, and another port
of the same island, until tho
30th, upon which day tbey con
cluded to sail lor Cuba and at
tempt landing, and on this duy
the information which proved
so disastrous to those on board
was given the authorities at
Santiago de Cuba,
SPANISH ST' RY OF TDK CAPTTJRI.
A dispatch from Havana, of
the 16lb, gives the story ot the
capture of the Virginius, as
obtained from Spanish sources
and says: "The most remarka
ble feature of the capture is
absolute non-resistance of the
Virginius when overhauled.
"The Tornado was cruising,
on the 31st of October, under
sail, about eighteen miles from
the Cuban coast In the after
noon she sighted a steamer,
about sir miles distant, head
ing toward her. The captain
ordered steam to be got up,
and soon the strange steamer
was headed for the coast of Ja
maca, distant about one hun
dred miles. The Spanish cap
tain suspected that the Heara
was the Virginius, and ordered
his engineers to get up all the
steam possible, even it they
burst the boilers, and drive the
engines at Iheir utmost speed.
The Tornado, under full head
way, gained steadily; but night
coming on,, the Spanish cap
tain feared he should lose the
The moon rising, he was en
abled, by keeping all hands on
deck, at the mat-thead, and in
the rigging, to keep in sight
Until the corvette had neared
her sufficiently to bring her
guns to bear. A shot was fired,
but the stranger made no re
pljj and four others were Bred
in succession, the last at 10 p.
m., and immediately the steam
er which had led the corvette
a chase of nearly eight hours,
Two boats were lowered, and
without resistance, the Virgini
us was boarded. The Span
iards took possession by haul
ing down the American flag,
which the Virginius had dis
played throughout ihe chase,
and hoisted the Spanish flag
instead. Capt. Fry, in (he usu
al manner, handed over the
steamers' papers lor the exam
ination of the officer in com
mand of the boarding party,
and that oulccr at once took
charge ot them, and both ves
sels were headed for Santiago
[From the Virginia (Nev.) Enterprise.
An Intelligent Cat.
We hear many stories of ca
nine intelligence, but thejst o
ries of leline smartness are less
numerous. Policeman Uayton,
of that city, however, lias a cat
which yesterday gave evidence
ot mo'e than ordinary cat
sense. This cat is of the Tliora
as persuasion. Yesterday this
cat camj to its master, and, by
scratching at his legs and "yow
ing,' Intimated that there was
something up. Thinking that
this behavior ir. his cat indica
ted that he desired something
to eat, Mr. Uayton gave the
cat a slice of beef, when the
animal at once ran away with
it. In about a minute he re
appeared, and again began
begging. Mr. llayton thought
it strange that the cat was so
hungry, but cut for him anoth
er and larger slice of beef.
This the cat took in his mouth
and again took hlmsnlf off. Mr.
Uayton followed him, and wb
somewhat astonished to see
him go out upon the sidewalk
and drop the meat through a
knot-hole. On going to the
place and looking through the
knot-hole, Mr. Uayton found
under the walk three small
kittens, SO young that their
eyes were scarcely open. No
mother oat was near, nor was
there a place anywhere in the
vicinity where a cat could bave
found a hole through which to
have crawled under the walk.
It would seem that in his ram
bles Mr. Uayton's "Thorrjas"
had found the kittens, an5, sur
mising or understanding from
their cries that they were bun
gry, had set about providing
for their waotainttte manner
Twenty-six weddings a da
in Philadelpnia are among Hit
numerous signs of approach
Epitaph for an seronaut
The early advertiser catchet
One square, $1 ()(".
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Local notice per line, lit
Yearly advertisements $100 00"
column, anil at proportionate rate pel
lesBiipace. Payable In advance. .
tW The Record being the ofllctri f
paper of the town, and having t! ?
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THE OHIO ELECTION.
Official Table of the Entire
Vote for Governor in 1873.
Adams 1558 1961 29
Allen 755 1228 6
Ashland. ...1670 2253 6
Ashtabula 2944 943 41
Athens 2576 1455 ; 34
Auglaize... 553 1906 , 48
Belmont... 3614 3394 i(J
Brown 1780 2756 91
Butler.. ....2377 4178 185
Carroll 1547 1185 8
Champaign2341 1691 32
Clarke 2805 1790 60
Clermont. 8003 8475 193
Clinton....-2283 1342 20
Colorabian'3091 2188 79
Coshocton .1847 2502 46
Crawford...l292 2879 25
Cuvahoga.,8245 5644 650
D-irke 2108 3128 18
Defiance... 749 1711 36
Delaware...2095 1937 31
Erie 1998 1588 77
Fairfield... 2034 3551 0
Fayette....l889 1415 22
Franklin...4l56 C453 151
Fulton 1417 790 9
Gallia 2229 1465 19
Gcngua.....l662 436 30
Grsene 2925 1496 52
Guernsey. 2156 1799 294
Hancock. ..1794 2259 53
Hardin 1936 1850 28
Harrison.. 1998 1617 19
Henrv.i.... 900 1432 33
Highland...2863 2791 82
Hocking... 807 1565 25
Holmes 910 2416 3
Huron 2633 1829 28
Jackson ...1905 1533 13
Jefferson...3013 1924 26
Knox 2108 2762 36
Lake 1956 649 20
Lawrence.,2735 1920 35
Lcking....2749 4155 56
Logan 1842 1428 CI
Lorain....;. 3505 1360 96
Lucas 4201 3351 57
Madison...lC31 1627 10
Mahoning.,3460 3003 16
Marion 1240 1911 6
Medina. ....2027 1501 11
Meigs 2524 1169 243
Mercer..... 727 1824 1
Miami 2910 2250 148
Monroe.... 734 2340 10
M'tgomery5947 6309 299
Morgan 1C6S 1470 5
Morrow 1607 1579 8
Muskin'm 4048 4274 114
Noble 1641 1677 8
Otttowa 772 1451 17
Paulding... 977 890 39
Perry 1660 2089 32
Pickaway..l7S3 2578 20
Pike..; 1661 1563 24
Porlage.... 2285 2056 24
Preble 2154 1818 64
Putnam 975 2167 20
frehland...25S0 3192 96
Ross 3144 3791 88
Sandusky, 2025 2740 13
Scioto...... 23S9 2183 221
Seneca 2290 3182 33
Shelby. 1244 1893 22
Stark 4868 4888 306
Summit 2457 2014 65
Trumbull.. 3698 1927 23
Tuscarawas2600 3518 37
Union 1856 1364 65
Van Wert 1730 1750 132
Vinton 1215 1460 19
Warren ....3200 1665 130
Washing'n3124 3004 86
Wavne 3434 3C53 30
Wiil)ams...l856 1697 40
Wood 2078 1804 108
Wyandot ..1364 2039 28
Total 21371T 214625 9071 10081-
Allen's majority, 908.
On Iridayj 7th inst WV'tfoA
Mackeyj a carpenter of 'CMli
cothe, was killed at Sr.nfish a
queduct by falling t'jroogti tbe
actjueduct and striking ho
stone eighteen fet belotir. He
attempted to walk ovefVipoii
the stringer, nnd missed hi
fooling. Jae leaves tw'd chil
dren, and was a very worthy
TtiB mountaineers of Web.-"
rer county. West Virginia
hava petitioned the Legislature
to pass a law prohibiting,
'strangers' from coming there
to bant deer, etc. They aay
they rdft off the game."'
"How does that rbofir, ehf
said a big fisted man ot NeI-
oonville to a friend1, holding up
one ot his brawny hands
'That," said the" friend, lookV
as though you'd gone short 6f
Cold- snaps, play maori hotr
with the printers' roller's.
Twins, like misfortunes, net
er come singly.
Debt is never dignified. ,