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Source: Weekly Argus News, April 2, 1892 p 8
Yesterday's Journal published quite an extended notice of the marital infelicities of Harry Nixon and his wife. Mr. Nixon had imparted the details of their unpleasant relations of the past few years to the Argus News in the morning with the request that nothing be said about them for the present until all hope of a recociliation had vanished. Before the Argus News was off the press Mr. Nixon rushed in to denounce in unmeasured terms the article printed by the Journal and desired very much that we should everlastingly rip 'em up the back for it and pronounce the whole thing a mess of lies and a tissue of falsehood.. In repeating Mr. Nixon's language, or something similar to it, we feel that we have complied with his request and the Journal will please consider itself thoroughly chastised. Mr. Nixon claims that the trouble between himself and wife is due to too much mother-in-law and that had the girl's mother let them alone all would have been well. As it is she came Wednesday and with two of her sisters, all armed with clubs, pitchforks and a hoe, besieged his castle and carried off her clothing. She took the ten months old child with her while Harry has the little boy. She is working in a factory at New Albany. Harry still hopes for a reconciliation. It is a very unfortonate affair.
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