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Coosc l CMAMSBa, I
Dec. 26,187 0.
Council met pursuant to adjournment.
Members all present.
J. H. Foos, Mayor.
I. M. Beoww, Work.
H. B. Vanausdal. G. H. Eidson, C P
Thnsa, W A. Swihart and M. V. Ste
R Reynolds, for stores far Hall, etc-,
9183,00; H 9- Vanaurdal, cash advaa
ead for Chandeliers, 399. 0O John Yer-
ran, part pay for plastering Engine
REPORT OF CO MM ITTKBS.
Mr Swihart reported that he had pro
cured luc service of Vol, roster
help decorate the Town Hall on the day
before dedication The matter of the
tisae ujon which the Hall would be ded
icated was canvassed hot no definite
lime was 6xed, owing to the foot that
the sseasbers could not tell just when tha
chairs for the Hall woeld am Ira
mediately o-i the arrival of them the Hay
et will sail the Cowncil together.
A writer in the M chigait Free
Mason gives the following graph
ic sketch of an incident occur
ring during a Masonic excursion
on the Mississippi, which cool
and chivalrous Knight Templar
ship alone saved from proving
fatally disastrous :
It was a magnificent sight to
ee our immense boat, accom
panied by the Lady Gay and the
Belle of Alton, their decks crowd
cd with fair ladies and Knights
1 emphtr. bands of music, distin
ruisbed citizens and invited
guest?, as they steamed np the
Mississippi, than down to Jeff
erson barracks, where we an
went on shore to spend a pleas
aut hour, after which we again
went og board and steamed mer
rily np the river.
, I was. standing near the caps
tain. The commander of the
Templars came and leaned wear-
11 v on the capsfun. I turned to
Reuben Milton and whispered in
his ear these words : "That man
was born io command." He had
the form of a Hercules, the head
of an Apollo, and the eye of an
eagle, and, as circumstances af
terward demonstrated, the Leart
ef a lion. Althongh not so very
large, he appeared larger than
he really was; he wn fall and
athletic, and still every propor
tion was a symmetry and every
movement a grace.
While he was still leaning si
lently on the capstan, and while
1 was vet analyzing I is fine
countenance, the captain of the
steamer, with pale lips ami
blanched cheeks, approached the
young templar, and, in a low
and trembling voice, said :
"Great God ! sir, we are sink-
eee a . . 1
nig. we are snagged, sir, in ine
bottom, and nothing can save
"How long can yon keep her
afloat?" carelessly inquired the
"8he may go down in five min
tites, she cannot keep afloat more
than fifteen," replied the captain.
"Do not make yonr situation
known to any one except the
crew, or we will have a panic,
and then all well be lost. Signal
the Lady Gay to lean to; none
will notice or understand that
signal of distress. Get your crew
and hands ready to move; 1 will
manage the rest."
"Blow, Warder, blow!" said
the young Templar, speaking to
his ensign, who stood noar him,
at th. same time leaping upon
Every one was startled by a
sbrill blast from the Warder's
trumpet. A hundred Templar's
words leaped from their scab
at the blast. "Attention!
.Sir Knights," shouted the young
commander. "The next ceremo
ny in the programme is for the
Sir Knights, ladies and gentle
men on this boat to make a visit
o our friend on board the Lady
Gav. As the steamers are rap
idly approaching each other, and
can not he kept hut a minute or
two together, the movement must
be a rapid one. You will torm
in procession at once, and as the
boats come together pass over
the Gangway under an arch of
steel to the lower deck ot the
Lady Gay. Forward, Sir Knights,
to the gangway. Music in front
The hand will play the 'Knight
Templars' Quickstep." "
In obedience to these orders
the Knights formed a double
line to the gangway, facing
round, with swords crossed a-
bnve the heads of those forming
In lest than eight minntes the
whole precious cargo of hnman
life had passed from the Missis
sippi to the Ladv Gay. even to
the colored cook, except the two
files of Templars, when the young
commandant said :
"From the rear, right and left.
inward wheel, march! And
filing inward, the Templars rap
idly passed over the gangway to
the Lady Gay, the yoong com
matider being the last to leave
One minute more end the Mis
sissippi steamer sank to the hot
A new $4,000 carpet has been
procured from England, free of
doty, for the halls of Congress
Home-made carpets were too
plain for onr legislators. This
is a curious illustration of the
fidelity of the Protectionists to
their principles. If Congress can
Import carpets, duty free, why
should the people be denied the
same privilege ?
A monster enterprise is on foot
among railroad .men to establish
a through freight and passenger
line, on an immense sccle, for
billing merchandise through
from Hew York to 8an Franc'o,
Chino, Australia, the Sandwich
Islaads, and Indian ports.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. 22, '70.
Washington is just now in a
fearful state of excitement, polit
ically, socially and in every re
gard. Atone end of the avenue
the Kadieal matadors are more
excited that the mad bulls which
are their principles, if they have
any. The Democrats of the Sen
ate and House are mere specta
tors and amuse themselves by
urging the common enemy on to
a mutual slaughter. Yesterday
and last night will never be for
gotten by thoee whose fortune it
was to listen to the tnosi remark
able debate that ever took place
in that body, that is to say, in
tbia regard, that its bitterness,
its violence, its dissension was
confined almost exclusively to
one side of the Chamber, and
tbat the Radical side. The
breach between Senator Sumner
and the President is now too
disastrous to be repaired. He
said harder things of Grant that
any one ever dared to say in tUst
body of Franklin Pierce, James
Buchanan or Andrew Johnson.
Chandler, him of blood letting
fame, warned Sumner of the dire
ful tate of Presidential aspirants
and instanced the caes of Doo
little, Dixon, Cowan asM others.
He shook his fist in Sumner's
face. Conk ling ridiculed him.
Morton denounced him. Nys
covered him with sarcasm, and
altogether he was left in a plight
infinitely worse than that into
whicL Brooks put him several
years ago. Ana it was all about
the San Domingo annexation
business, which is briefly this
The President in effect said in
his message that the tailore to
secure San Domingo would be a
great public calamity. Now the
people of that delectable Isle are
negroes, and particularly ignor
ant. They and their leaders
have been fighting among them
selves tor year--. Baez made a
trade with Grant for the Island.
Sumner called these worthies
jesterday "horse jockeys.', A
treaty was effected -the hgh.
is on its approval, and on ap
pointing a commission to cover
the retreat of the administration
Snmner proposed several inquir
ies in regard to the matter, and
on account of An attempt on the
part of the Presidents friends to
squelch this proceeding Sumner
has raised a regular whirlwind.
The best of the Radical Senators
support Sumner, and o. far as
this San Domiuga business is
coucerneh the Democracy of the
conmry are generallv with him.
Hence the crimson character of
his crime in the eyes of Morton
Attornev General Okerman it
is thought will soon retire from
the Cabinet. Urant has teartul
luck in tryinu to keep a Cabinet
around him. Cassely did a splen
did thing yesterday. He com
pelled a square vote on the re
peal of the income tax. The
practice of the Radicals on this
subject is consistent to the last
and wholly inimicable te the in
terests mt the people.
The trials of the Radical rep
resentatives in Congress, soon to
take place in oar Criminal Court,
one for Bigamy and the other
for Forgery if exciting much in
terest. A little highly perfumed
scandal is sore to come out in
Brown's esse (the Digamy one).
while those who ought to know
think there is no escape for But
ler. Whilo great preparations
are going on tor the grand car
nival here on the 21-2 of Febru
ary next there is also much in
terest, I am glad to inform your
pious readers in reMgtous circles.
Society is in a blame with balls,
parties and receptions. With
the bull fights in the Radical
camps the great criminal trials.
the approaching carnival, the
religious condition of things and
the upturning and paving of
nearly all our principal streets.
We are all in a state of high
We set tha venial countenance of our
friend Darid Fleming-, of the Piqua
Journal on our streets this week. Dave
has considerable corporation. Printing
must agree with him, and subscribers
mast per well np in Piqua snd by ths
way looks well behind his taeerchaum.
Uoaae again, yon re welcome.
Another American vessel has
been seized by a Dominion cot
ter, on tbe pretext of having vio
lated the fishing laws. When
will General Qrant find time to
proteot American interests,
which are being trampled on
with impunity !
The Washington Patriot says:
'One of first duties of ths Demo
crats, after ths meeting of Con
gress, should be to demand an
immediate reduction of the army
ff national trooDS srs only to
servs as a political police, and
to be transported from place to
place at the people's expense to
promote tbe neoests ot party,
than the time has come when
the array should be cut down to
the actual wants of proper rain
ary service or be disbanded.
[From the Ironton. (Ohio) Register December
A White Woman Marries a Colored
Friday night, Columbus
Carter, mulatto, was married to
Elizabeth Trappe, a white girl,
at the Colored Baptist Church,
by Rev. L. W. Johnson. The
church was well filled to witness
the novel precedure. At 8 o'
clock the couple appeared, and
marching down the aisle pre
sented themselves before the ta
ble clergyman. The bride's
cbssks were rosy sad her eyes
beamed with delight, and the
bridegroom wore an air of pride
standing there before the par
son, eager for the nuptial vows.
After the ceremony w.as com
pleted, the father of the bride
heartily congratulated the couple
and wished them much joy, for
he it was who procured the h
cense and culminated the amica
ble arrangement, as the fair con
sequence of a slight injudicieos
ness When the congratulations
were ended, the wedded couple
took quarters at the bride
groom's home. The affair crea
ted much talk in town, but too
gteat amaxenient shoo Id not ex
ist, for it always has been snd
alwsys will be, ss the Bible says,
that "some love darkness rather
than light," the philosophy thete
of none-will dare dispute.
Has General Grant any Friends
The New York Sun. edited by
Charles A. Dana, Assistaut Sec
retary of War under Stanton.
and tbat should be sufficient
sTuarantee ot his Radicalism,
makes ths inquiry at head of this
article and then answers it, as
"President Grant is reported
as having recently said, in con
versation with Senator Wilson of
Massachusetts, tbat he did not
attach mnch importance to the
course ot the Chicago Tribune.
lie thinks it is abont as well to
have that journal agaiust him as
Can anybody tell us what in
fluential newspaper is sincerely
favorable to the ambition of gen
eral Grant? Is there a single
important journal which earnest
ly desires and advocates his re-
nominationor re-election? Or
has he a frieud we mean a real
friend in either House or Con
"When President Grant began
his career, he deliberately mani
fested nis contempt for the press,
ny refusing to appoint the Uon.
llorace Greely aa Minister, to
England, and selecting tor thai
placo Mr. J. L. Motley, a man
whose unfitness' for any diplo
matic office had been demonstra
ted bv his career and conduct
while Minister at Vienna a few
years before. Havirig thus in
sulted the most loyal portion of
the Hepublicau press in the per
son ot its leading editor Mr.
Greely was also the founder of
the Republican psrty General
Grant is only consistent when he
speaks with scorn of such a jour
nal as the Chicago 1 ribunk. eut
if he has no friends either in the
press or in Gougrsss, what chance
ean there be for his long having
many among the people?
Quite a number of Republican
(journals, supporters of General
Gran , have recently changed
front, and are now after him
with a sharp stick, among which
may be found the New York
Evenino Post, Cincinnati Com
mercial, Chicago Tribune, -St.
Louis Democrat, Boston Adver
titer, N. Y. Sun, and a number
of others of lesser note, all relia
ble Republican papers, who evi
dently have grown tir d of the
selfish and one-idea rule of Gen
Grant, and speak unkindly of
him and his rule, and mean to
submit no longer to the selfish
snd . nonsensical whims of the
great Ulysses, who aow wields
the sceptre. This feeling per
vades the messes of tbe people,
snd their discontent manifests
itself everywhere. Tbe doctrines
and dogmas of tbe Radical party
are repudiated and spurned by
its own friends. Fair proof of
Dr. Crook's Wine of Tar not only
promptly removes Uoogbs and Cold
bat also e'eanses the lungs of the sub,
stances whioh clog them ur, and which
rapidly destroy, wVen suffered to remain
It cures all Bronchial Affections
The distressing sosaosss incident to tha
attacks of Asthma, are always relieved
bv it The certificates ol euros of
Asthma ana rsror cams, piece it as tea
fore most Medietas for these complaints
and show tbe reaarka'ile curative haa
power it poseses A remedy which
har been tested sad proved in a thoua
and different wa capable of curing all
- . -n .... -
diseases nf the Throat and
forming many vary remarkable cures,
merits a trial front all who are suffering
from similar affettions, and vainly seek
ing relief. The multitude it has cured
praise its virtues Will you 1st prejud
ice prevent yon from being coasts, also.
TRY ONE BOTTLE-
this eau be seen by the recent
vote In Michigan; while it goes
largely Republican the amend
ment to the Constitution striking
eut the word "white," was adopt
ed by only about eleven hun
dred majority, whil- G -ant's ma
jority was ovor thirty-one thous
and. This does not look at all
well. It shows that the Radi
cals themselves can scarcely be
brought to the mongrelized
stand-point of their leaders. The
masse- of that party are evident
ly opposed to negro suffrage, and
it is ouly by the most severe po
litical discipline that they can be
brought to tolerate it in any
form. The fact is white men of
every party, sect and kind, are
in reality opposed to mongreltx
tngour race, and the Fall elec
ionsaff jrd abundant proof thereof.
Protection and Free Trade.
gentleman writes from Phil
adelphia, sfking us to tell the
difference between Free Trade
and protection, with the advan
tage of one over the other, io
such language that the people
can understand the argument.
John White and Thomas
fFbite are two brothers.
Their father died ten years ago.
William Black, who had one
child aud was rich, married Mrs.
White, the widowed mother of
John and Thomas White.
John White Is a fsrmer and
Thomas White is a wagon
maker who cakes wagons want
ed by John to haul his grain to
market, when he raises more
thau wanted tor family use.
John wants to sell Thomas fif
ty bushels ot wheat for a wagon.
The father-in-law, William
Black having a sort of claim on
the boys, because he is the se
cern! husband of their mother,
says tbe two boys John and
Thomas may trade with each
other when they pay him a dol
lar for the privilege and not be
Tbe dollar thsy mnst pay, be
tween them, before they can
trade, William Black uses for bis
pet son who lives without work,
and whose dollars are increased
every, time John and Thomas
White trade, or buy of ether.
This is Protection. Pomeroy's
Republican extravagance in
administering governmental af
fairs is proverbial and generally
understood by the people after
an experience ot ten years, oni
nevertheless the fsct that State
taxes have incrsassd 25 per cent.
in Oh'-b sines the Legislature
passed solely into tbe control of
the Republicans is significant
and calls for an explanation. We
notice by tbe report of the Audi
tor ef State tbat while the dis
bursements for State purposes
last year were $4,071,000 he es
timates that it will require $5,-
163,000 to pay expenses the pres
ent year, an increase of $1,092,
000, or over 25 per cent. Every
tax-payer certainly feels that the
present is the most inappropri
ate time for an increase of taxes,
as it is almost on impossibility
to promptly pay the taxes now
demanded. What increased ex
penditure demands this increased
taxation? Will our Republican
friends explain ? Is this the e
conomy that was promised to the
people if tbsy would re-instate
the Republicans in power in the
Legislature of the State of Ohio?
Language of Flowers.
"Oather a wreath from the gardes -bowers
"And tell the wiah of thy heart ia flow-era"
Cedar " l op
1 live lor von.
"edar of Lebanon Incorruptible.
Cherry Tree Good education.
fmVfl) -In your Names for
illjil 11 the Democrat, for the
year 1871. every Democrat ia the
COUNTY, snd KepuOIican. also
they will both be enlightene-I
considerahls. sn-rJUST THY IT.
Henry theater, pl'tff. 1 Prsble Common
ts l'leaa fetitton
Wary A. Sbaafer, daft J for Divorce
mflK above naSked defend sat Starr
I A 81 Cafer. ta hereby notified that
on the 17th day of D cetnber, 1870, the
ansae eaaaee- plaintiff, Uoorv aeafer
filed in tha Clerks Office ef She Court of
Conmoi Pleas of Preble eresty, Ohio
his petition against her, the said Msrv
wherein the Said plaintiff seta ierth his
. .... .t .a . .
marriage witn ids aata nry, on or a
boat the 19th day of May, 1869, and
charging the said Mary with eroat neg
lect of dutr toward the plaaatiff, and
to be divorced from the said
on the ground of said gross neg
lect of doty. And the said defendant
is further notified tbat she is required
to answer said petition o or before the
3rd Saturday after the 2nd day of Feb
j e rof s.
Att'y for petitioner.
Attest D. B. Moaaow, Cl'k,
Dee. 29, 1870 7t prf $10,00
Nc L'lus Ultr.i!
Livery. Feed & Sale Stable !
MY Stock of Horses, Bagwias and
Harnesa, together with an elegant
Barouche and Hack are complete, and I
am prepared to furnish the above for
Pleasure Bides, Weddings, funeral , Ac,
at reasoi.able rates
GOOD BOARD FOB HORffM.
Stable lat door ssst of Union Hotel,
8, R 8 AMPLE, Proprietor
Dec. 29 1870 yl
CIN'TI. HAMILTON & DAYTON
For Richmond, Connersville,
Rush vi He, Cambridge City,
Daytoo, Lima, Fort Wayoe,
Chicago and tbe Northwest,
Sandusky, Cleveland and Buf
falo. Toledo, Detroit and all
Points in Canada.
Trains ran to and from CINCINNA
TI as follows:
absivb. Bar, nr.
Dsvton Express. . 7.00 a m. 3.80 p. m.
Dayton Express . ..1 16 p. in 11.30 p. a
Dayton Expreas . .9 o p m 0.30 am.
Toledo, Detroit and
Canada....' 1 30 a aof 10.10 p m
FtWayne, Toledo, De
troit and Canada . u oi) p m o.sua m
Lima and Fort
Wayne 3 40 pm 10.40 a' m
and Buffalo 7.00 a SS 6. 25 p m
modation 3. 10 pa 10.40 a.m
and Buffalo 40 p m 0.3U a m
Indianapolis and Ft.
Wayne 7.00 a m 10.20 p m
Indianapolis Expresso 00 p m lO.SUa
Richmond and Chica
go 7.30 a at 10.20 p m
Rich i-ond and Chica
go 7.00 m 10.10 a
dation 9.30 a m 1.45 p m
dat on 5 50 a m
dation 8.05 am
The 9.45 r. at. Train for Sanduskey
Cleveland and Buffalo, daily, Saturdays
excepted. Oa Saturdays the Beliefon
taine Accommodatioa will be ran to
I he Dayton Express Train departing
at 9.45 r. a., and arriving at 6.30 a. n.
run daily. All other trains daily, Sea
Trains run by Columbus time, which
is seven minutes taster thau Cincinnat
Cincinnati Offices are 116 Viae St-i
No. 80 Fourth street, North-east corner
Front and Broadway. Main aad Levee,
and Depot corner Fifth and Hoed ley
streets. SAM' I, STEVENSON,
ectlBtf Osneral Ticket Agent
The WBet Hosts, Jtmt 6Hrt
Dbmorest's Demoresfs Young
Ameaica monthly, with splendid
Supplements, and always spark
line; with entertaining Stories,
Poems, Puzzles, Music, Trsvels,
and calculated to amuse, instruct
and elevated Young America.
Single copies, 12 cents. Yearly
$1,50, with a choice of tbe fol
lowing -beautiful and valuable
premiums to each subscriber:
A fine Parlor Cbromo, worth
$5,00. Size' 10zl2, and squal to
a-fine Oil Painting; or a fine Mo
roco gilt-edge Pockot Bible; or s
fine pearl-handle two-blaed Pock
et-Kuife, and a Pallet of best
Paints; or, a superior Spy-Glass;
or, the Bright Side Weekly for
one year; or, Schoolday Viator
for one year; or Wood's . Hooae
hold Magazine for one year; or,
Tbe Book of Adventures, price
$1.00; or a choioe from the list of
speudid premiums offered to sin
gle subscribers to Demortst's
Monthly Magazine, anc numer
ous other valuable and splendid
premiums for elnbs. Thirty-seven
subscribers at $1.50 each, se
cures a $55.00 G rover A Baker
Sewing-machine, or twenty sub
scribers and $25 extra in money.
with tbe single premium to each
subscriber. Specimen copies, with
circulars, mailed post-paid on
receipt of 10 cents. Address W.
Jennings Dbmorest, 838 Brad way
N. Y. Do not fail to send for s
.--BSJ. aaarw 1 ss.-a w -a
Gold P t ice h!I
J AS. W. POTTENGER,
inform his. h iemfj and the public ia gen
eral, tjbs.tha.haa opened a
New Grocery ,
In OPD FELLOWB BUILDINt
One Door West ef the First1 National
where he keep constantly on hand a fresk
aud sack articles as a re ".found ia a gro
which will have been purchased since
the great docline in prices and will he
The Lowest Rates
of all kinds sack as.
bought st the big beat market pries, for
He flatters him
self by attention
to business, a de
sire to please
keeping the best
articles and sell
ing at low prices,
he will merit and
receive a liberal
share of public
Call and See.
Jas. W. Pottrsnger.
O.. Dm. g, 1870 auoel.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A GENTLEMAN who suffered from
Nervous Debility, P rem stars De
cay , soad all the effsets of youthful indis
erstioB, will, for toe aa of ssffbrtoff
humanity, tens' free te all who see) i
the recipe and direction for snakiag the
aiasple remedy by which he was coted.'
Sufferers wishing so profit by tbe adver
tiser's experience ean do ao by address
iog, re perfect confideeee.
JOHN B OODEN,
No. 42 Cedar Street, New Tori:
Oct. 27 1870 yl
eta 9f jf M .t je
ror smle mt
FISH EH A BOW HANS.'
Dee. 15 w2
Turnpike MB lection.
mil ERE will he aa
J Direotosw of the Devi on t
Torwpike Reed Coaspaay to serve for
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Wells' Illustrated Auxual
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Characters and Biographies) of
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Women, it contains thirteen Na
tional Types of Female Beauty.
Organs of ths Brain I liw traced
and defined; "What Can I Do
Bestr How to Better West Petal
as a modem : I'ereonti ueaory.
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of PhretKMOSTT? Just the
for learners. A and racy
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