Here is the OCR of the Drowning from the Newspaper.
J.P.M'GLIIRES BODY RECOVERED FRIDAY MORNING BY DIVERS WAS FOUND NEAR WHERE HE WAS LAST SEEN SWIMMING; FATHER ARRIVED LAST NIGHT TO TAKE BODY HOME. The body of Joseph P. McGuire, 22 years old, engraver for the jewelry firm of Nagel Meyer, who was drowned about 3:4.") oclock Thursday afternoon In the Ohio river, was recovered shortly after lu o'clock yesterday morning nhout thirty feet from where be vfent down, by George Russell and Martin IXendiuger, fisher men. 1 bey towed the body Just above the wharfboat and It was removed to the undertaking establishment of Matll, Eflnger & Roth, at Fifth and Monroe streets, and embalmed. Coroner May N. Trice held an ln-nest at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, the Jury finding a verdict of accidental drowning. The father of Mo-Gut re, T. N. MoGutre, of Birmingham, Ala., arrived in the city last night and will take the remains of his son bark to his home for burial.