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THE MoAETHUE . ENQUIEEE, WEDNESDAY APRIL S3, 1873.
ICAliTIIUB ENQUIUER
J. W. OWEN, Killtor and Publisher
MoAHTIlUlt, OHIO . APRIL S3, JfTi3.
TREACHERY AND MURDER.
Indians Murder Gen. Canby.
On the 11 inst., Oen. Canby
in company with tho Peace
Commissioners, consisting of
Dr. Thomas, A. U. Meachem,
Mr. Dyer and Riddle, an inter
preter, upon . the invitation of
the Modocd, and in company
with the two Indian messengers
who had just brought the invi
tation, went out to conference
with Captain Jack. John
Shonchin, Black Jim, Shack
Nasty Jim, Hawker Jim, and
Ellen's Man, all chiefs of the
Modoc tribe. The Indians all
had their revolvers in their
belts.
Mr. MeachenijGen. Canby and
Di Thomas all talked at some
length to the Indians, after
which Captain Jack talked in
a serious, quiet strain for
awhile, then finished and step
ped . back in the rear. John
ShonehU' then began to . talk,
when Captain " Jack suddenly
cried out, "All ready," When
eyery Indian drew his revolver
and picked his man. Captain
Jack leveling on Gen. Canby
and shot him through the head:
Canby fell dead. Dr. Thomas
was shot dead, Meachen was
shot and left for dead. ' but at
last accounts was yet alive.
This happened in sight of the
camp of the United States
. troops, but before the bloody
scene could be reached, the In
dians had made good their es
cape in the rocky fastnesses of
Tule Lake, on the shore of which
the massacre happened.
Gen. Canby was an excellent
officer and a good man. G rant's
Indian policy killed him.
i From later dispatches we
learn that the Indians have
feeea driven , from their strong
hold the Lava Beds by Gen.
Schofield, who succeeded Gen.
Canby. The battle is said to
have lasted two days. A num
ber of soldiers were killed.
A dispatch dated San Fran
cisco, April 20, does not con
firm the account of the battle.
We would advise Geo. Kaler,
Sheriff of Vinton county, who
was elected to that office by the
. votes of Democrats, to get the
Sheriffs sales, which are direct
ed by law to be inserted in a
newspaper of general circula
tion, printed in such a manner
that they can be read and pre
served. Look at the Sheriff's
sales issued last week ! Did
anybody "ever see the like?"
How proud the parties in the
cases Cornelius Karnes vs.
Tlie Vinton Furnace and Coal
Co., Humphrey Clark vs. Nich
olas Pfifcr, and John Madcriu
vs. S. W. Ely et. al., would feel
if some friend should send them
a copy of the dirty rag on
which these Sheriff's sales are
"stuck" not printed. Who
can read them? The publication
of sales, or legal advertise
, ments, in this style is illegal.
"We wish you, Geo. Kaler, Sher
iff of Vinton county, to inform
the people whether you intend
to "keep quiet" and permit any
body to take twenty or thirty
.dollars off of each of the par
ties for the performance of work
of this disgraceful description?
You ought to be ashamed of the
, sales that have been "sent out"
, for you I It is difficult for a per
son to look through a pair of
flrtncavo-convex specs and tell
JL
whether it is yourself or some
body else that is "Sheriff Vin
tn f!mmtv " Do -vou blame
M. R. Potter, of Jackson town
1 ship, for putting the Radical Or
1 gan out of sight of the strangers
who visit his house?' George,
remember the oath of office you
have taken 1
, The sum of $120 conscience
money was received by the
United States Treasurer ' last
hV f-o'i Nownvk, N. Y.
The Soldiers and the Salary Steal.
The following letter wo find
iu the Cincinnati Times and
Chronicle, a loyal paper. The
soldier expresses the feelings
of every veteran in the land :
llKAVEHTOWN, MONTflOMKRY Co., 0
April 13,
Having read the letter of C.
N. T. in your weekly issue of
April 3, also the letter from a
soldier in last week's paper, I
cannot refrain from saying a
word on the subject. I fully
concur in those sentiments.
Where would those Congress
men have been to-day, had it
not been for the soldiers ? Echo
answers, Where ? Those pub
lic robbers of tho people's
money, who live in ease and
luxury, already receiving ample
pay,
large
are not content with a
salary, and must vote
themselves more, while the poor
soldier is left out in the cold,
their petitions ignored, and they
shamefully insulted. Will the
soldiers of the United States
let such things be without say
ing a word? Will not their
voices be heard ? We who once
saved the Union by our bullets
must once more rally for our
rights, and with our ballots
elect honest men to office, who
will work for our interests.
General Grant himself is not
entirely excusable. He should
have vetoed that bill. I voted
for him twice, still I think there
are as good men in the nation
as he is. Fellow-soldiers, let us
not be cheated out of what we
deserve by designing politicians,
but remember them when we
shall again cast our votes, and
elect them to stay at home and
go to work as we have to do
now, and earn their bread by
the sweat of the brow.
A VETERAN SOLDIER.
Tub Coroner of Athens county
resigned, and then the offices
of Sheriff and Coroner were de
clared vacant by the Commis
sioners. Judge Guthrie there
upon appointed Capt. N. War
ren, Sheriff. A. J. Reynolds,
the absconding Sheriff, has not
been heard from since he started
for Coolville. In speaking of
the two indictments found
against him for forging notes,
the Athens 3Iesscnycr says: "The
way of the transgressor is hard."
Robeson was appointed ad in
terim Secretary of War, last
week, during Belknap's absence,
and he immediately took him
self off to New York, leaving
the War and Navy Departments
to take care of themselves. It
looks as though he was in train
ing for the Presidency.
Tilvt talk about "new depart
ures" in politics is simple non
sense. What the Democracy
ought to do is to march straight
into Radical corrption and
clean it out That's what the
people want, and they will back
the Democracy in the under
taking. .
The Chillicothe Advertiser
says William Day, of London
derry, Ohio, a few days since
felled an oak taee on his farm,
the annulars of which indicated
the tree to be 214 years old.
It was five feet six inches in di
ameter. The new King of the Sand
wich Islands has refused to mar
ry the widow of his predeces
sor, although she politely re
quested him to do so. We may
expect a fresh impetus to the
Woman's Rights movement
now.
Twelve millions ot tne new
5 per cent, bonds were sent a
broad on Saturday last. Thus
does Grant's Syndicate make
the tax-payers of the U. S. trib
utary to the money sharks of
the Old World.
A grave yard situated on the
banks of the Arkansas. River,
caved in a few days ago and
about seven hundred bodies
were washed away.
M. Jamin calls attention to
the fact announced by Treve,
that the poles of a magnet re
move father from the.extremi
ties when an armature is ap'
plied.
Additional Locals.
Two weeks ago we spoke of
the sickness of John J. 0
SnocKEV, second son of J. J. and
Adeline Shockev, at St. Louis,
Michigan, tho residence of his
undo, C. C. Porter, whom . he
had accompanied home. lie
died on Wednesday, April 10th,
1873, of braiu fever, at the res
idence of Henry Smith, his un
cle, also living at that place,
aged 14 years, 5 months and
9 days. His parents reached
that place at four o'clock on
Friday afternoon two days af
ter his death. On Monday they
started for this place with his
remains, reaching here on
Wednesday afternoon last. On
Thursday morning, April, 17th,
his remains were buried in the
cemetery at this place.
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i The antjdeluvian, Tony;
Barleon, while the editor of the
Record was absent last week,
took.it into his head to be funny.
Speaking of the matter in regard
to the thunder storm that pre
vailed here last Wednessday,
says: "It commenced raining
yesterday afternoon about
noon," and numerous other
silly things that become an old
baboon, that has had his impu
dent chops slapped . by a baby
eldphant that are too tedious to
mention. Tony, did you ever
study grammar? Or is that
your ow n grammar ?
Frank Dainingburg, a young
and well known railroad engi
neer, on the M. & C, while
side tracked at Mineral 'City
last Tuesday morning, waiting
for the Express east to pass, was
instantly killed., There is lit
tle known as to the manner of
his death, but is is supposed
that he got off of his engine and
sat down on the main track to
await the approach of the ex
press and that while sitting
there he fell asleep and was not
awakened by the approaching
train consequently was kill
ed mn - m
On Friday alternoon, April
11th, on the east enxl of the
M. & C. road, as the western
bound freight was running for a
heavy grade, about a mile this
side of Napier tunnel, a trestle
gave way, the engine and some
six or eight cars going through
the engineer, Wm. Gleason,
being instantly killed, and the
fireman, Leonidas Johnson, was
also injured but not severely, he
having saved himself by jump
ing. Mr. Gleason was a single
man, whose parents reside at
Peidmont, West Virginia.
m m mm
We witnessed, quite an inter
esting scene on Monday even
ing last that amusement call
ed "hop-step-jump." Among
the participants were H. C.
Jones, W. S. Sage, Isaac Lantz,
an dothers "tonuinerous to men
tion." Isaac Lantz appeared to
be the "champion jumper" he
having jumped 3G feet. Good
enough for Isaac.
Elegant. When you want
goods of the latest stylos go to
the House of Dan. Will &
Bros., in this town. Aron
Will, of the firm, has just re
turned from the City with
another elegant assortment,
consisting of everything suita
ble for the season, which are
going off at reduced prices. .
On Thursday evening, May
1st, a musical and literary en
tertainment will be given at the
School House Hall for the beu
ifit of the M. E. Church, of Mc
rthur. Music by the McAr
thur Biass Band. All are invi
ted. Admission 25 cents, chil
dren 15 cents.
The Lodges, and Encamp
ments of the I. 0. 0. P. of the
48th district, will celebrate the
anniversity of the institution of
odd fellowship in America, at
Logan,' Ohio, Saturday, April
2Cth,72. ' - '
Set together by the ears
Sheaves of wheat.
IIkxry Clark, who has resi
ded four miles north of Mc-
Arthur, in the northern part of
Elk township, for several years,
and is known by everybody in
this, and adjoining counties,
and who is one of the most
prominent stock dealers in
Southern Ohio, has sold his ex
cellent farm to a gentleman in
Perry county, and announces
in this paper that he will dis
pose of a portion of his prop
erty at his residenco on Thurs
day, btli. As Henry is a very
clever fellow and has hosts of
lriends every where, he desires
them to come to his sale on thai
day and see wliat a fine lot o!
horses, " calves, sheep, young
cattle, hogs, farming utensils
&c, he has for sale, to the high
est bidder. Be sure and get
there by 10 o'clock and heir
the terms of sale read. For
furthur particulars, see his "ad
vertisement and tho hand-biLls
issued from this office.
Hannibal & St. Joseph Railroad.
By reference to our advertis
ing columns it will be seen
that this road is now running
three through passenger trains
each way daily, instead of two
as heretofore; tho large increase
in travel over this favorite
short route having demanded
another daily train lor its ac
commodation.
We are pleased to notice thi
evidence of the prosperity of
the "Old Reliable" It is a
popular route and well deserves
the popularity it has earned.
Its track and equipments are
Unsurpassed by those of any
road in the country. It is man
aged by men of proved faith
fulness and ability, while the
officers of the line are widely
known as efficient in the dis
charge of their duties, as well
as courteous affable gentlemen.
"Yesterday afternoon a thun
der shower commenced about
noon." Tony Casper DarUon.
Henry Ross and Alfred Ma
loxe say that "yesterday after
noon" was a joke on "noon.''
New Advertisements.
PROBATE NOTICE.
ALLEN BULL'S ESTATE.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Notice is hereby given that Mi s. Caroline
null, as Executrix oi tne will or ucorge mm,
deccasod.who wan Adtninislrntorof tlie estate
of Allen Hull, deceased, has Hied tho account
of mini Administrator, Tor II mil settlement
with iitm Allen mill's estate: aim mo name
is net for hcuring ou tlio 15th day of Mn luTi,
at 1U O'clock A. M. II. 11. JtlAlU,
April 82, '7.'J. ui23-4t. l'roljute J udge.
pUBLIC SALE.
Tlie undersigned hnving sold his farm. fdtua
ted four miles north of Mo-Arthur, will of
fer ut public sale, at hia residence, ou
Thursday, the 8th of May, 1873,
tho following personal property, to. wit:
One Pair Work Mules
three years old, good size.
Seven Head of Horses,
consisting of 1 Marc, nino years old, with a
young Colt; ono 8-ycnr old Mure, uml four
Colts one 3-year old, and 8 yearllugs.
On 2-Year Old Bull, Fine Blooded.
Three Cows, 21 head of yearling Cattle, thirty
head of Sheep, one 4-horse Wagon, 1 set buggy
Harness, it sots double Harness; and a lotul
FARMING UTENSILS.
8fsjyTernu made known on day of sale.
BiiTo to commence at 10 o'clock A. 31.
HEMtY CLARK.
April 18, 1873. U-ts
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
Notice is hereby given that sealed propo
sals will ha received at the Auditor's Ollice,
in McArlhui', Vinton county, Ohio, until 3
o'clock, 1. M. on
Tuesday, lth day of April, 1873,
for the building of
Two Covered Bridges
AND "
Ono Open IJridge,
nt the places herein described, a follows,
to-wit:ono
COVERED BRIDGE, WITH 8I0HB ABUT
MENTS Across Hlg Ilaccoon creek in llrown township,
Vinton county, Ohio, near the mill of 1AN
IKL WOKTMAN. Also, OtIS
Covered Bridge, with Stone abutments,
across Llttlo Ilaccoon creek, In Clinton town
ship, Vlntun county, Ohio, on tl e road lead
ing from Jlainden to Wllkesvllle, near tho
residence of Hknkv C. Hoiuil sh,
And, also,
One open Bridge with Stone
Abutments
Across Big Kaccoon creek, In Kuax township,
Vinton county, Ohio, near tin) resilience of
Samuel Hkch.ky.
Contractors to Furnish all
the Materials. -
Plans and Specifications
are on fllfl for Inspection nt the Auditor's
onice. All bidders for contract or routrncts
are required to lllu with his bid or bids, a bond
in double tho amount of such bid or bids, with
good and responsible surety orsutvtks, to the
accept ancc of the Commissioners, for the faith
ful completion of such work.
Tho Commissioners, however, reserve the
right to reject any ami all bills, ;
liyordorof tho Commissioners,
w. w. it Ki.ro it r,
Auditor V In ton County.
April 8,lH78.-4w-(oAw).
A NEW NAME!
Tim Vitiligo nt Znloskl Company's Coal
Mines, in llrown Township, will from And
niter this dale bo known ns
COAIsMOlTT.-
11 THOMPSON,
April MANAGER ZALEBKt CO.
Miscellaneous Advertisements.
am n r V'or nil forms of Chilli A n II C
SUnt nml lever, Intermit- HUUC
tent and lleiuittciit Fe.
ver, are found in Krsis
Fever Tonic.
nlirtC 11 contains no poisonous ingro
U U II El dlents, and cures Ague by cancel-
ling the Ague Poison In thoHi.oon,
nml electing it from the system, liox of 1111
with uneli bottle. CuiiKS tin akantkkii by
YV". C. HAMILTON & CO.,
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Cincinnati, Ohio.
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1'2 tail . ftilfk for 10. It. U WOLCOTT. 1B1
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WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS
are a sure euro for all diseases of tho respira
tory organs, sore throat, hoarseness, dryness
of the til rout, (olds, Croup, Diphtheria, Asth
ma, Catarrh, Wiiuliiipe or Bronchial Tubes,
ami all diseases of the lungs.
In all eases of sudden cold, howo"- taken,
these Tablets should be prompt'. a .d freely
used. They equalize the circulation of thu
blood, mitigate the severity of the attack, sd
wlll, in a very short time, restoro healthy ace
tlon to tho arfV'cteil organs.
Wells' Carbolic, Tablets arc put up only In
blue boxes, Take no substitutes. If they
can't bo had Mtyour druggist's, send at once
(o the agent in Now York, who will forward
them by return mull,
Don't be deceived by Imitations.
Sold bv druggists. ftrJr I'rleo 26n. a box.
JOilN (J. KELLOli(i,I8 I'lntt St., N. Y.
Scud for Circulur. Hole agout for United
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Pad He Const. Mr. Ileadlc has seit live years
traveling In tho new Htales nnd Territories,
nnd knows more about their ltesourccs, etc,
than any other writer. The nook Is Illustra
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ling trees by mail, only il per 100. Chestnuts
preserved for planting, by mall, per lb, 60c,
Also, Hpanlsh Chestnut trees, lilark Walnut,
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mall, if desired. A Circular Rent free on ap
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l'nliiosvJlle, Lake County, Ohio.
Miscellaneous Advertisements
GOOD WORK !
GOOD PAY!
New York Life Insurance Company.
Assets, $21,000,000 Cash,
Paid Policy Holders $20,000,000
Desires tho services of an ckkioikst aiiknt
for this place and vicinity. To a suitable per
son who will faithfully devoto his full timo
nnd talents to tho dutius of its agency, desira
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FAVORITE SHORT ROUTE
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BAST1EAST!
Tho "Old Itellublo" uml l'opitlar
HANNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH
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I I the Celebrated
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' New nnd elegnnt liny Conches and
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Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad. TIME TABLE.
Ou and lifter November 9, 1H72, Trains will
run ns iouows:
'a ;
s .
USA
S2
C2
J; co i- to ift o
! ., -
.2 1 S j ; i ::: i :
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0,
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A
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5
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ii
O
'A
: ; S : ' o . 8 :.5 : : :
it ' B 3 ,t , :a
grills
o -jj f S 5-3
ii
Miles
4 ::::: : . : : : : : : : 4 : &
P tc L- i O -H WW i '
Jrf : ! :A . i !::!::: ;
.silMIji ill MM H! si I
S-'a : : : : : 1
&i : : : : : :
.ISA
CINCINNATI KXPUK8S will run dally. All
Other trains daily, etenpt Hundiiv. 1
CINCINNATI KXPHKSS, KAHT, makes no
tt4iil between llnuiilcu and Athens.
Portsmouth Branch.
Hall Accoinmodnt'n
Dep. llamdcn 4:00 p. in. 6:15 a.m.
" Jackson 4:ill) " 731
Arr. Portsmouth 7:00 " 11:10
Dep. Portsmouth B:45 a, tu. ia:!i0 p. m.
Arr. Jnckson 11:05 " 4:00
' Huindeu 11:45 p.m. 6:W '
TUAIN8 CONNKCT AT LOVELAND
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