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VOL. 5.
J. W. nnwr.w. i
M'ARTIIUK, VINTON: COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER II,-1871.
$1.50 PER Y EAR, l'
( Publuhut aud PfOiJiidtot,
NO. 30.
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J.W.BOTSEN, Editor.
Mf Arthur, October 11, "71.
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All , adivrtlslng f ir a lmrter period tlnu three
m ntli4b thritoit It tli abovo rates.
... . (,3-..:H(!mnia SI Oo per ainre for first
C;PammtitmirWCii' p aqoare 'tor oacb 'Mitln.l
interiion,
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One column, 111 00 41 0 sow)
It'iiltim Csi . Is, mil exoi-lin.' l linen. ' iit i r.
All hW ilno on rtrl Insortl ni if mlfril -einent.
ItllU with iviliiril'lvi-rtlfM to be pnl.l qnmti rv.
Umluesa Snticet 10 eeiiln llnl Mnrrius hull-M-necor.inj
to llmlllieralkiy of Ilia piullea, llralli
i.ntloti frpo.
Notlcos of I'.uuawivy Wlvei ur Jlukbtnil -double
f rim),
Vrly Itnrtiiiern ontlllfil t quarterly I'luoiti!'.
A.lfertliinerii nnr .dliii-irlHP nntcriMl. u'ill ho Mit
(I'ioa.I until nrili'tuil ilioumllnuuil, and ulitigcj uccurj
!!. U-Ilirl'i'H ntnl Oii-.il'Hlii Nntlri' fivi.
Advertising Rates. Railway Time.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
TIME TABLE.
0:1 and Rfwr J una S 1871, Train will
run as followfl:
nig
o 3
1 : : : : : :
..
t" r: n ct 5' ci ? -
1
el
IS t 2 ir S 3!.$!???
s ci Ci 5 ss ? 'A x w i
- 55 f ",-t ? '!! f"- " ' y
tTt fllli-i iA if -f t; '
5 tC O i J C I tfi -
- -' c c; xr- -V
: t i ?i .2 o .? 'J2 M 9
- j- ' ;
6"
. a i T 3 r; -S P a 2
' r. t r.
w i- x
d
C
t
1
D
Miles
jJi i i i :.; : j ij j : ! ; i ! I :
f Awaits c 5 n r r co t- v c -r w t? f 15
: i :H : : : : i ! : i -i i I ! ! :
m 4 ; c
1 .7? S lr ft S 2 f, 5 3 5 i ! 35 S S S 3 3 !5
; i. : ; i ; M i i h M
:::::: ;
o .
: :
'''- 't.-j
'Vs.??--. lillll
H
to
W
t5
ft
O
o
to
w
H
'.cIsclNNATI Exl'llK 8 will run
dully.
All othorTralna dully, exuBtit Knmlny
. Mm., nit
'CINCINNATI- KXl'KICSH EAST mnknii to.
(op hiilu-(!oii Ilnnolfi) mid AMiciih.
Portsmouth Branch.
hep. Itamdon -
JllukH'ill
Ar'T. PorUimoitUi
J)ep. PorMmulU'
Ar'v. Jackson ,
tlamdon
Mutt, Aaoomnimlatiun.
8.S0H. U. li:IK)A.M.
4.09 " 7.00 "
n.i " io.r.o "
B.1BA. X. 130 P.M.
11:15 " 4 .09 "
11.16- V.H. fi.20 "
' Traliii Connoot at Loveland -'
tor all imlntt on the l.lttlc tt iiunl Hnllroiid, and
ftt tho Itnlliinapolia Cincinnati Itnllroad June
(loti toy all uoluU Wut.
W. W; PEA BODY.
itantor nf Ti'annpartiUion.
"BEE LINE."
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
Indianapolis Railway.
. On and alter MONDAY, Mav SHlh. 1871, Kv
f row Tmlim will tKv COLUMBUS and
OlllOSl'l.INK and AiiiiV,at pulnu namud be
low, as followm "
Stations,
No. a.
.IlilOam
..8 45 i)in
,10:80 pm
. .7:0ii a in
,..l:Mnin '
No. i.
4il0 p m
B:a5plir
:45 pm
4:10 pin
0:lfftiu
?:()") a 111
8:00 pm
11:20 pm
:30pm
1 66 a m
H2Gam
U .10 n in
. No..
2:35 m
4:50 am
7:8flani
a:"0pm
4 : 10 p in
6:0,'ipni
l:l)0am
II :00am
:40 A m
8"Sfliln
8 IIS p m
340m
Oolnmhit.,
fTcntllne
Cleveland
l'liffalo
Dhugura Falls!
Iiii'liP4tJr.
Alb.irrv 0 :45 am -
llOdNin. , 6;20pm '
5f. Y" (:ily..H:80 p m
OrcHtTinn il . . , Vi ir p'fil
- iMtuinirff... aiipm
lUrrUhiug 7 1ft am :
lliiltlmoi-e 10 40 am
Wanlilnirtnn .... 1 10pm
30 n nr
rniiu'iniprnv
. II Hi a m
8l6p
m 7 00 tin
, croHtllne
7 4n o m
k MS a ni
Fort Wayne .... 5 80 a m 1 IK a m 11 '26 am
Chicago .1310 pm . 70am 600pm
iiVNn. 4. lnavllii Cnlumhua at 4:10 n. in.
ha a Through Caroiu Delaware forSprlnitlleld,
teanhlna-Hprlngllnlcl wlthoutchanffeat7:!Mpm.
Train No. B on tho Oolitinhua Hocking Val
lay Ktilrnnil cnnnwtwitli No. 4 Train. Xbrougli
. Tiokctn Air vain at, Atlioiia. .
TIIAINS roturnlng irrlve at
CulumhiiN at 12:30a. in, 11 :15 a. rji. anil ( :60 a. m
jiPalace Dif and Sleeping Car
un ah iraina.
uml 'o " leaving Golimihim at .3:86 itt.on
IIOiUV. runa tlfnnirh Hllhont dntonMnn. Iiv
So
noin r-n ana niw i ot contrni iianwavi.
arrllng atNaw York ou Monday luorning'at
4. ft. , ., .... ... . ., ..
, For jiartlnnlar Informndnn la"v(tard tn
tarongn Hnkotfl. time, nnnnsottnna, etc.; to all
i 'jioliiU It iat. V. Nnr ahrt Sonth, hpplf to
Oi-ddro4j E. FimD.OniaiiitwOtilo. ,
!'" i1! .. , JAMK8 PATmfrON,
I.l't'itJ,R FOllO. ....... .
i i . ... ... 1'u.M-njor Agiiil, Colomhiui.O,
l
Railway Time.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. TIME TABLE
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. TIME TABLE Took Effect Sunday, May 28, at 12 M.
Through Car
Frow COLUMIIUSUU Athene) to PORTSMOUTH
Over (he Colmulaj it Ilockl'ig Valley and
Maritf'.ta 4. Oiuoluuatl Call
JCR a rst m Kz&zpm
Going; East.
Ko. l.'N'o. 3;
Goiug West.
No. 2
No. 4
I.C WE. A M P. M l! LKAVK,
('i)litiiilius.. 8 .Vi 3 5l:l Athena.
A.M.
P. M
3:00
3:111
(irovepot't,. . 9III 4S":ISulina
Wlnc.lit-Kter Ri 4i)li
LaiicnsttT.. . .10 ST.' 5 2
SUKiir Urove 10 4"! li 1'i
I.ngMii 11 17 (! I
ll:iydomlllc U8t R3J
NoIs"vI11l'., II SO' Hill
N'elsoovllle (l;60
8:40
8 :M
llu.vrleiiville7:W
Loifiin 7:2
4:1'!
4:41
HUKor (ir(ivo1:5;i
1UH-USUT . u.ld
Viuch09tnr.8:f.6
4:M
0:8
R:4
b.illna . f.M.I'ilH TOO:
Gnivormrt . .0:17
AtiiniiS.
.!' 7 Si!
,lJjl!irnbi-.-.9:Jri
Onrnu the 8 5.1 A. M. Train runs tlirntiith to
l'orumomli ivltlioiit cliiinue, onivlnff nt McAr
lluir tit ftl li:02 v. M.; nod I'nr IVirtlu 3:00 I'. M.
Tmiii from I'nrinnniHtli for t'olttmbu univts
ut MoAriluiriit H.lW r. H.
(Jlonooniiiiui'iliiiiijiniiilp nt I.ntmwtpr fiirC'h"
I'lovillri, Zaiu'svillc, anil fill iniinu on ilio Cln
clnniill AMttukinKuiii Vnlb-y liiiilway.
Ulivo.t coiitiectlnii niiiilo nt. C'Dliniibtm for Diiv
tuii, Hpiinilclcl, IailinniiiollH, ChicHo, Hint all
p.uiiU Wri: hN(i. forClovolaiiil, Hufliilo, l'ilm
tur, i'lilladulijluu, New York, mut all ouluts
Kit.
Ciiimi'olloim niiide nt Lokhii bv both Trnhm
with iillTniiiis fur Htraltsvillo auJ all uoluis
ou thoStruiibVillo lirauch.
J. W. DOIIERTV,
tMitic'riutomltmt.
K. A. DUEl.l.,(5t!u'l Ticket Au't;
KANSAS Be MISSOURI
-VIA-
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
O EXPRESS- TRAINS DAILY O
O HUN THROUGH O
iflinnt Pliiiifro nf Pono I
THE OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
(ivviumI .'.tnl opiMnt.t'illiyoiipfVinijMUiyfrom (.in.
limiHti t.i m. I.iiuis, tliori:fort) iu9Htfii(ccrn hiu
IKK oiljcinjj ctinkMltliroiiijli wltliout ohaiigo
' " 77 US A rOIDlXG
llio posslliiliiy liiciili-iit tn otlirr routes twliicli
uiii niinle up of sovi'i'.il Hlmrt ina.K) ul' iiiixKing
coiuif.. lions, and Niilijec.tinn tln-lr iinsjc'iisom to
lisiijjiccn.ljlj; cliuugoi.
Families and Others Seeking Homes
In tlu. vlih valloys ami on the fei tllf jirnirlun of
W ttiM ii Missom i. K..iih:i, Ni'lirnska, Colorado,
or tin- mut e ilislant; taiu of L iilli'orniii, will con.
ult t li. lr own hiti'ict livoiillinir on or aildrens.
in tlieimiluiwiifiii'il, Ccinlmellnjj AbhiiL hh u
long rcsi.li'iiw in Urn wcfti'in ronmrv Iihh l'a
min.ui.cd l.iiu with llio hi'st locuiilifs.
This Rouln is 37 milos Shorter than
via iudianapolis.
Can 1)0 PurphgwJjJt. All Ull'i:lucj(.al Ti'ki.t
OulccKur OimnnutiUK I.iims, nod in Ciiii'liitiali
nt the (Join-nil ottlccu of llio Oompaiiy,
110 Tine Street,
Broadvwy, Cornsr Trent Street,
Main Street, COmer Levee, mid Ml Dur
pot f-Ov t uf Mill Street.
IlDWAiil) G A LLU1,
t:oiit:orl itiu; a ssengor Aoiit,
III) Yin.' t.. Uiji'iiimiti, Olilo.
i on louis villi:
Ami The
SOUTH!!!
VIA.
OHIO AND .MISSISSIPPI
RAILWAY.
Tlifli'innpletlonof the Louisville Division of
tnm nixiaii.i ui(tHi'iirjni vtiuintnent nr ium
enger travel muki'ji this ilm
BEST ROUTE TO LOUISVILLE,
AND ALL POINTS
South mid Southeast.
Q TIHiUOGll THA1XS
U Dally.
With Direct Connection from tho Kitst for
Loaisvillo WithoQtChang9 of Cars I
This isthvonly Toad whimn traliiB leave ('in
(liinntl mid liiiKuongers are delivered nt depot,
hotel or icsldciioeu iu Loulivlllo r'ULK.
Ask for Tickets via Ohio A Miss.,
ana take no others.
Can ba purchased ut all thu
Principal ' Ticket Offices of
CONNECTING LINES. AND IN
C X2ST XT A. TT,
At the Qeneral Oflleetof the Compfiny
111) TIIVE STREET,
Broadway, Cvrmr Front Street,
Main t., eor. Levee,
and at tlm Jjeput, toot of Mill Street.
Edward Gallup,
' , ' Contracting Paaaengor Agent, ,- '
1111 Vino t, Cincinnati. Ohio.
ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO.
SHORT LINE ROUTE.
1871 Spring & Summer Arrangements '71
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette RAILROAD.
The Great Through Mall and Exprcu Passon
aorLlnoto t. Lntilt, Kaimaa City, t. Joseph,
Denver, an r rannmno, anuau points in Mttaou
rl. Kanxns mid Colorado,
TlieHliortiwt and only direct route tn Indian
apolid. Lufayetto, Torre Hautfl, Camhridge City,
Springfield, lV'irla, Burlington, Ohleagn, Mil.
wiuikeo, t. Paul, and all point lu the .Nonh
went. " '
TlieXtidfanaiiolla, Clnclnnnll and Lafayette
H.i 1 1 road, with it connection, now nfTern pv
enners more t'nellilieR In Through Onaeh and
looping Our Soryico than than nny other line
from Cincinnati, having the nrfviintage of
Through Dally Cur from Cincinnati lost. Lou In,
iana City, St. Jonnpli, 1'eoila, HurllnKtnn,
Ohlengo, Oinidi. and all Intermediate milntii.
firejentlng to Colonintn and Knmllloaurh com
ort and accommodations bi are afforded by
DO othr route,
Through Ticket and Baggage Check I to all
point. .
Train leave Cincinnati atliOOA. .):10 P. Ki
0:00r. M., and 1CKX) r. M. -
Ticket can ho nhtalned at No. 1 11 timet
House, corner Third and Vine ; Ptihlle Landing,
corner lnin and Hlveri Hlao, at DOpot, corner
Plum and Pearl duct., Cincinnati. O.
Be sure to piirchnne ticket via Indianapolis,
Clnultinutl and Lafayette Bailroad, i
W. If. L. Vonn, -n
TlrketAg't. ludiunapolls
O. Moons, p , Cincinnati.
For All Wo Read,
' M'e. can without hmltntirm, rnonmmimd AL
PEN HEADY BOOK BINHEaaa thebettwa
have ever noen for the pnrpoar intended. It.
groat convenient, porfixt adaptation to to
many want and Its very low nrir lll certain.
Iv lirlna it. Intorommnn. If imt tinivenal n
So advertlneincrt. U-Iy
y
ES
-OF 181.-
:o:-
m
mi
M ffl-MW
OF in
:o:-
COUNTY, II
TN pursuance of tho law, 1, NELSON KICIIMONl)
rata of Taxation for 1871, is correctly stated in the follow
property in ouch Township and School District in said oouiiy:
J.JHa nits of1 Tb wmli ty ah'ct "Sct'ool
Districts. ,
Kaglo
Brown
Swan
Jackson
Elk
McArthur Independent School Districl
Part Attached to McAr'r Ind. Sc'l Disl.
Vinton
Madison
Ztilcski Indcpondeiit School District
Clinton
Richland
Harrison
WilkcHville
Wilkesvillo Indopondent School Dist...
Knox
I will attend ut tho Treasurer's Office, in McArthijf, (o receive Taxes, from the Cth of December, 1871,-until the 20th of December, 1871, after
which all taxes remaining unpaid will be subject to a penalty of 5 per cent. A failure to pay one-half the taxes charged on Chattel Property on
or before tho '20th of December, renders the whole duomnd subiectio collectiou, as in case of Delinquent Taxes
Tho Road Supervisors of tho sevcrul tosvnshins will take notice that reeoipt for rond tax can riot be taken unless written with ink. the amount
to be stalud in liL'urts and also snolled out. and tho name of the townshin
Mc Arthur, October , 1871-tiw
i'-Tren surer
viiiij Tablo,
I -State Tax County Tax: 1 Local Tax: " I
i - ' ' j !. -
g. g p' ' g ' V'i-"S 5" '
g -ira-v ? i 3 s. ? I i-r ? -s a s
! : ' i l c: Is 5 j: ?
: g ' : ; S5 i i ! : g. ! : ! H ! : '
! ! ! ' ! i i j i i r ; : i i ? : k i. -
i o : : i : : : : : i c i . o c
i . a :'.:'! d i'. o a t t
: cu : : i i : : : : I &. . .e . ' . ts
: : : : : ? : : I : i ' i : . . "s i 3 .1 a
: ! i i '
i :
Tr' m. : n
0.8 1.1 1 I '
0.8 1.1 ' 1
0.8 1.1 ' 1
0.8 1.1 .. 1
0.8 11. 1
0.8 l.i; 1 1
0.8 1.1. VI
0.8 l.l ' 1
0.8 1.1 1
0.8 1.1 :.l
0.8 1.1 n
0.8 1.1 1
0.8 1.1 1
0.8 1.1 '. U
0 8 1.1 1
0.8 1.1 I
4
of Vinton County, hereby uotify the Tax-l'ayers of said county, that the
Bhowinjj tho number of ilills levied upon each Doll, i4 valaatioiv'of Taxable
1 1 e t Ci- "
' j : : J . Jj : : j 1 :
M. - M. M. M. M. "M M. M. . M. !'G. M!.
2.9 3.5 0 5. 2 1.5 7.5 u 33. i5 2.5
" 3.5- 0.5 2 1.5- " j 0.9 I 2.0 ! 13 3:0
" 3 5 0.5 2 1.5 " j 1.0 !o.5J i 0.9 I 3.5 i'lO 6.0
j " 3.5 0.5 2 ' 1.5 ' " 1 O.f i ! 0.5- 3 f 1,15 4.0
" - 35 0.5 2 1.5 " j 0.5 ! ' 0.8 3. I!15 4.5
' " .35 0.5 2 1.5 " 1 , 0.8 9.0 i20 2.0
" 3.5 0.5 2 1 5, " 0.5 ! 0 8 9.0 -m 7.0
35 0.5 2 1.5 " I 1 1.1 3 0 ill 0.0
" . 3.5 0.5 2 . 1.5 " 1.0 0 9 3 a jic 05
3.5 0.5 2 1.5 " 1.0 1 0.9 13.0 25 3.0
" 3.5 0.5 2 1.5 " 0 6 0.8 3.4 15 5.5
" 3.5 0.5 2 1.5 " 1.6 0.3 3. 16 4 0
'35 0.5 2 1.5 " I l.ii 3$ 15 1,5
" I! 3.5 0.5 2 1.5- " j 1.0 0.5J .0 3 0 Ij9 6.5
" 1 - 3.5 0.5 2 1.5 " 1.0 0 5f 10 5.1- !21 9.0
" 11 35 I 0.5 2 1.5 " 11710 17-10 1.1' 3 . 'C 6.5
must hu written on tho receipt.
NELSON RICHMOND.
Treasurer, VI ntonjCount 7, O.
PURIFY YOUR BLOOD
AT OXCE.
Wherever Poke Root gir.. , tt ha I 1c!
rnputatlnn for curing Rlipumutiam, unit s a
Kloo l Purifier. With all tins loe.il repuliiTion
mid the praiHH of linlingiiiHlied riivnieiann (In.
O.K), Imo, Kina.Wilnon Si. Hunt. (inttitH,.'o.ud
and other,) who l.ove teBluil iui uieUl"al pnvrnrs, '
it ha loeii neglectd by ti.o profeBn,n M Urge,
a iniirli through nwuiit of a proper apprecia
tion of lla merit, at a knuwWlge of lh
proper way to
f, prepHrultforme.
,4 illcinal ui-a. Ir.
Ctfyj Oliver CnM.lr, a
nfa hi tntlm .
tinietolliecliiup
uf hi protrusion
Burl who li.i
the largest prnn.
lire of nv phy.
fieisn lu Hoiitli.
ern Oh In ha
fully letted tlx
M.U vo medicinal
flimlitieiwif Vox
Root during th
Inst 110 y e .re, auil
linheriinti ugly
I'ronoiincn it lo
liaio more merit
fordiiyHiifHtlA.
pending un n de.
priivd conditioa
f the blood,
than any ami all
other a r t i u I e I
named in the Ma
laria Medina. I'n.
der his Instruc.
tion our Clietn.
int Im combined
the active medic
inul qusllito of
Poke ltoot with
the best Toole"
Preparation nt
Iron, and we of
fer I ni prepara
tion totlio pulilio
telling them of
llie ingredients,
undorllienaineo!
Dr. CROOU-S
Ceinpouail
E-ST R.TJTI
or
POKE HOOT.
This preperatioB
la the h-t Altir
alive mid Tnnlc
known forHrrof
lila. Heroin,
loin Tumor,
Nrrofnlont
nteeaaea) ol
tne ;v. or
Kfrofuta la nny form. For Kheuina.
ttsm, INiln In ilouea, llrokeii-ttown
'ontltullon. Mercurial lle.
Mineral I'olaona, more alleotual relief la
obtained from tlii remedy then from all oilier.
Uatronglhnns, purine and cure, It I India,
pensibla lu th treatment of long standing dla
i.rdera of tho Liver, and prove a certain. afo
and effontiiftl reiolveut, manifestinf lttuHfl.
enoe throughout the enlir aUiiHuUr ytm.
Chronic diaesse nf any kind, Olaenaea af '
the Nul.'.riipMH,PMtM!wi, kilolch
a, l'lmplea, llolla.TeMer, lllnaworii,
Nnlt-Rhcnni. Nenldllea4l. IHeera anil
More, are all ciirMl by I lie uof It.
.Any diaee depoDdinn on a depraved conditio)
of the blood can b cured by II, Try ono :
bolll. Hold b)' all Druggi.t. Prepared r.nly by .
WLlVUt CROOU 4k 0.
nr. CrtoVl OhhiiomimI Bmn af Jv.
Aba tojiaa1 8yrop '
jTAKB Dr. Crook' Compound Hvrno of
oko Boot, If you hsvo any'uiaj TaVrSaiv
lag on a depraved oonditioa or thrL
HKuB ?fr o1''' Compound Bymp of
Poke Boot If your Uter neeJa regulaliog.
'TAKE Dr. Crook' Compound Bvrun of
Poke Hoot for my UI.eaM oi tho 8km. P
Poko Boot II you have Old Bore, Boll or Ul.
' tAKlt!Ir. Orook'a Oomnnund Hvruo of
Poko Boot for Borofula in aiy form. P
TAKB pr. Crook' Oompouod Svntn 0f
Poko Hoot If jou want Pimple removed;
tJAKuB ?r; 0'',o,k' Compound Syrup of
Poko Hoot for Broken dowuConlH6ijon,
' '
Store House for Salo or Rent
at ZiileHkl.
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Oetohor 4. lH71-3r !j,
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Aurou Stevens, Pl'ff, ) Bcl'ovn AMJ. Klllott, .1.
ngalnet P .ot'Ilainlsim '1 p., Vlu-
Harrison Hinith. Drtl ton County, Ohio.
ON the S2nd day of Septembijr. A. D. 1371.
said Justice iiwutMl an order uf altueliment
in the above action for tlia sum of $.11 00: the
above case is aet for hearing on the lblh luy of
Kovemher.A. D. 1S71,at 3 o'clock V M .
Oetolier4, 1871-Sw AaRON HTKVKN9.
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tion of nearly a tuousand vakiktikb of Flow
ers mid Vegetable. Full bound with your
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I'lipcr rovm nnd one colored pinto. 6 rt. , .
t ATAIOHUC OP1HHDY HVLBM AMI "KRD foC
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plieanl. Addrnsi,
M. U. BKYNOLW.
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TOCONFOllMTO . .
REDUCTION OF DUTIES. .
GREAT SAVING TO CONSUMERS
BY OETTINO VPASLWS.
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The CONGRESS ARCTIC.
nA Tho BERT winter OVERSHOE I
(V HV iiuvauto iu urvua
. --.NOTttOUBLEtopntonl
Neat,(Jentcel
ask Tora shoe deileu fob hi
Counsel and Comfort.
; As the farrnera will not plant
in the winter, nor reap .in the
Moving-time- nor always busy
himself in hrcakinrj'.up the fal
low ground, but must 1 eome-"
times hit up the axe upon the
thick trees, nnd , sometimes
gently train tho vine upon the
trclli?, and sometimes tnaj sit
down in tho cool of the evening
unci enjoy the fruits of his toil
and regale himself with the
freshness of t he new-mown hay,
so'' tho spiritual husbandman
may be equally faithitil in ,1ns
service while he variegates the
[Professor Park.
' Marrying - a Vomari'for' lier
beauty is like catirig'a liightitii
gale for its tinging. ' ; , 1
Concern of God.
AVhoevcr well considers the
state of the world and human
experience cannot but conclude
that God U more concerned to
niakoHiHii. holy than happy;
tor many are able to rest in
their sorrows, for the sake of
their use and end, but no one
finds rest in unholy delights.
In sinful pleasure, God follows
man with a in sorrow
[J. Pulsford.
General Grant will arrive
here on Tuesday morning, lie
He will remain about twenty
four hours; then go to Galena,
from whence he will, proceed
to Washington, the former seat
[Chicago Republican.
ilThe former seat of Govern
ment'' is good. For the lat
three months : he has been
loung'ng at Long Braueh, smo
king, drinking-whisky, driving
fast horses, receiving presents,
appointing relations to . office,
laying tho ropes for a reuomi
nation, paying no attention to
the interests of the people and
amusing himself, generally ;
while a large majority of" his
subordinates have been howl
ing "Ku'Klui,"" and stealing
themselves rich, in
[ST. Paul Pioneer.
! :
A hail-storm passed through
Rockingham county, Va., a
few days ago. The hail in
many places drifted from five
to seven feet deep!, Lin ville
creek was so banked up with
hail that the fish became fvo
zen, and. were picked up along
the banks in great quantities;
but the strangest of all is, that
apple trees in orchards were
stripped of all their fruit and
leaves, and uow hate a new fo
liage heavier than before, nnd
the. trees' are perfect! white
with bloom. One large apple
tree was only partially strip
ped, and now it is full of bloom
intermixed with lar-jo and near-
y ripe fruit. . i
At Long Branch, the other
evening, ablackeyed girl,, with
iniBcinevous siyncs piaying all
over tno lace, asked Ueiieral
Grant, whom she met at a so
cial gathering, if he could sing.
j'Givo Moa Cot." The Pres
ident "saw if' at onoe, and his
brow became clouded as he an
swered sharply, VT never sing,'
An engineer ou a western
rail mad 'tells a story of a sin
gular warning that he once re
ceived while driving his en
gine, lie was just entering a
deep' cut, when iX seemed to
him as plain as words could
speak it, "Shut off." He look
ed around to see if his fireman
had RpokeVto him, but as that
individual was leaningiwit'u his
head out of the cab, it ,was ev
idence he had not, A second
rime,- as plainly and distinctly
is before, ho heard the warn
ing voice "Shut off. ". Wi thout
further delay he at ouce push
ed the throttle valve 'clear in,
nnd shut the steain entirely off.
Of course, a3 the train was
going up a rising ground it at
once slacked its speed, not a
moment too soou: for around
the rocks was the rear.eud of a
freight train filowly toiling up
tuo grade.
A young man from Kentucky1,
who undertook to open a coun
try store in the mountains of
.Last I ennessee, came to speedy
ruin necause lie was- "too nip
py, lor mat region, lie wore
a stove-pipe hat, had his boots
blacked each day, and mount
1 . r 1 . . ii
eu a n csu naper collar every
morning, all of which served to
disgust the native, xvho said
he put ou too much Kentucky
blue grass" society i style .for
them; But still he was endur
ed until the women learned
that he had his shirts made to
button up behind. That they
could not and would not stand
and wheu tho fair sex turned
against him, ull further strug.
gles against fate became use
less". Tho young man's stock
in trade was disposed of by the
sueiill.
A young wife in Troy cured
her husband of a disposition to
atisent liimselr from Jiome at
night, by providing him with
an excellent dinner and saying
to mm alterwards, "George,
if yoti find a sweeter spot than
our home, describe it to me,
and I will rival it if I die in the
attempt." ' A kiss and a few
tears completed the victory.
''The births 'in England ex
ceed the deaths 879 every day.
As the population is already
over crowded; and the poorer
clusses sinking into pauperism
at rti fearful.' rate,' it '"is' obvious
that .theonjy . possiblo relief
must comb f com war. pestilence
or forced 'emigration. ,
It. is us natjii'iil to die as Id
Ik born; nii'l to a. little 'infant,
perhaps, the onni is jih jwinfu'V
ag tho other. Ilo that dies in
an :hnieHt pursuit, is. like one
that is wounded in hot hiobd ;
whoor the time scarce f'feh
the' hurt; and therefore a inind
fixed and bent, upon somewhat
that is goody .dolh' avert
dolors of death; lr.it, above all,
bclieve.it, the swve'tect canticle'
is, "Nunc demittifi,". when ft'
nifin hath oht-ihie'l ! worthy
euds .and...' .is neciatipus.I.i
con'.'"'' """" '
Love is' t he diamom
ainuniJu
me jewels or tiio ixniever s
breast pi site. . Tho other graces
shine, like the precious stont-H
of nature, wiili their peculiar
i I 1 n . it
ustre and various hue, 'ml the
dhnioud is while. Now, in'
white, nil the color's are united,
so in love is centred -every oth
er Christian grace and virtue
love-is' the fulfilling of the law.-
Making people .happy ii
neither a. small nr an import
ant business. A'3 P ' regard
goodness asoiieof the" richest
fruits of true Christianity, so I
regard the making of people
round about us happy as on
of the best manifestations of
that Christian disposition- which
we are commanded to wear as
a garment. Bcecher.
A good conscience .fears no:
witness, but a guilty conscience
iss'olicitons even' in s'ditu-de.
ff we do nothing but twh it i.i
v . . .' i' : ii i' . .. .ii
uoiiesi, iei. aii.iue world Know
it ; but if otherwise, what doc
it, signify to have nobody cl.
know it, so long as 1 know it
myself? Miserable is ho that
slights that witness ! Seneca.
The greatest wrong voir c'au
do to God is to doubt his love.
It-is right to cherish great
self-distrust, to realize your
weakness aud h.-dplcssiicr?, but
do not stop here. Confide aa
much more iu God .-its you hope
less from yourfcelf.--'Madame
G uy on.
"When 1 think of sin, I enn
not understand how a sinner
can be saved; but when 1 think
of God, and look into his heart,
I understand how readily ho
"
can forgive. Spurgcon.
For one man who, sincerely
pities our misfortunes, tbeYe are
a thousand who' sincerely hate
our success.-
"All Democrats' are not horic
thieves, but all horse-thieve
are Democrats."- Dr. l)yight.
AVe were of 'the opinion, un
til wc read the above, that
John Brown was a.' RepuMi-can
Urbana .Union:
The defeated Democratic
candidate for Congress, in the
Third California District, fcut
this dispatch to his competitor:
"I move to make it unanimous."
The wife, of D. A. Dadd', of
Humboldt, own,- has presented
her lord with ) . children
in
14 years: nnd they areall well
and live at home with' their
Dadd.
Dr. llolnies once said we
might order our nsccnsiou robes
"when laWyearstake what they
would give, and, doctors" give
what they would take.''
t Greely. calls Butler "a double
distilled, double' rectified, Pu
ritanical Massachusetts' liar."
The heathen Chinee, is mi
king whisky Tn California by
fermenting old rice' and rubber
shoes and things, and the reve
nue people are after John. ' The
whisky made' this Way is much
sought after by suicides. .
The HnrpiabriW (X 1.itw
ot says lever aiid ague along
the Susquehaumi river is unu
sually prevalent this fall. thou.
ands of people being alllicted
with it m 'the' different towns
from Middletown to Milton.
Mr. Alvoia TuaIihIoTi la .It a
" ! lll
Indiananolia Itiipfrln' ' ' Ita
gave his noisy baby two aiid a
half tea3poonfiils' of ' aoolhin"
syrup, and tho baby passe3
awnv. - .

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