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UIRER.
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VOLUME 7.
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7 The' .McArthur Enquirer.
J. W. BOW EN, Kdlto. und Proprietor.
Termu of Suite riptioa.
Onocoy,mo yor.$l 50 I Onn r.npv,8mi l 00
Onocojiy, 0 mm . .. 15 One ray,4 num. -50
If not jjjrlil within thtvoiir S 00
ClMlw or Twi'ntv .-. S0 00
Tim Me Arthur Knocihkr clroulutris FKEK
OK 1'OHTAtfK within the IlinitH of Vinton
CfllllltV.
. Thu'MeArtliur KnQVIHKR Bnd Tht ChrCu
Itan Wlhi'K will liu Nunt to one pormin out
year for 00. ...
A fiiiluin tu notify H illKoontliitmnco nt tliti
end (if tli'ilitiiK Buli:t iliwl fur; will liu tHkun
8 a new .Dii4i!m..it for uIhci iptlou.
Ad vurtlnln IlntoH.
Tlu n :e ik uiipli'd by 10 Ilium of til frf (N'oii.
jiaridl) tVH-nhiill -oiifititiito h 8(iiHitf. '
ltnlli Hud t'trtro Wiii'MnOvt'ntri udditlonal.
' " ' 3 ino. . limoH. ' ISiiiw,
Onoqii. 4 IK) $ tt tK $ y 00
Twoia'ea,- tttut ' 7 00 , . in 00
Tlirt'o hiiiihi-m," TOO '10 00 '15 00
Four (tiuicis 9.0U. lit 18 00
Hlxiiinriifi, ' - WW . Wl 80 00
X column. - 0 00 14 00. SO 00
'I column. 15 03 ' S5 00 " ,40 00
One column, !i 00 40 00 1 ' 80 00
Advortlsinii't'tH 00 iK.T(ituu for
llrt liiMt'ttiiuti ami Nl.cmttt ir uiy for
rticdi flililitioniil liKoitlon. '
lliiHliM'i'ri ( Krlf, not I'xi'ocilinn t llius, 5
prrj'fai'. .......
All blllH due mi flrtt insertion of advnrtiKtv
ni'iitx.
Hills villi regular Advnrtlnvv'ii to bo pnid
qunrti'ily.
HuhIiicnh NotlroH 10 cciitBAlinv. Mari'lnge
JioliccM H'i'irti:ir to tlio llbuinllty of the
lllU'tlt'f.
Yearly ailvM-tlyoin t'titltli'd to quarterly
cliniiKcs.
Advi'ilinmiimitit not othorwlno ordurud. will
lie continue I until oidorvd discontinued, and
chai'tfed ai'rordinxly.
TIME TABLES.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad.
TIME TABLE.
On nud after November" 9, 1OT2, Tiahm will
fun iih IoIIowh:
j
?2
3
1 5 S U 3 5 s 3 ? 5? V.V& S a S 15 3 2 g
' P? r J 7 .
5
A
!c i I- i "if WZ nrtf.W553S
Mitel gggggg sgegaass -
. - a
. u. i .:. ..us-
Mile.
5 8
S ' : :
v.
w
s. is - o -? ;
SI I ' 2
3 .Sr 5 a
- ,-.t 3 t Jl iS
. x w w ?? o j; i y;
,
.I
3 VI 7 it M M iO 3 vl
V
li
CI.NCIN'N All KXI'KKSS will lull dully. All
otbev t niii" dnilv, except Sundny.
( IN. INN A II ' KMMIBSS, KAST, nuke no
Htoi butivt'en liaindcn and Athena.
ortmoutli Branch.
"ll.lli il'((llilH0l..
4:lpJin. 1 bSlSiinii:
4:3.1 Wti
1-M " 11H0
)eii. lliiiii'icn
.T:i--.ks'oiV
Arr, I'qrlirnouth
)U. l'irlKlil')Mti ?:.rt".''. 10
. ii'Iiil.-J .il:li!k!3i . J:i-
list) i. m
'J'ltAISl.HNSlat1 A'l1 l,OVI;(oNI
For nil points un the MUle Miami It.illinail,
and tit tile In ll.iii;iiolU A ; i in-1 it it.it I Hnll
roild Junction lor all iiolnt m Went.
W. W. riCAllODY.
Master ot Trniniiiartatlon.
! S Si 'il
a -i o
TIME TABLE. Columbus & H. Valley R. R.
.... tiiid (iHur ( fftirlir',1!)t-li "'tl. k'"!") win
mow
l)ei.Ht I'l'lHIit,
Allien OlSOll. tu. lt& i. IH.
Arrlvo Arrive,
roluinbll". . :S0 a. in. 5:40 p. in.
I'lttMliiiixli ... tt:T ;i. Ill 1:00 a. in.
( lovelnud .. : 1:0
Xeuitt ..1S:10 7:M)
Dnvton- .. . 1:01 :1
li.)iii,Vi; 1,:,T
tlCHJM . 2:.i.i, ir f;.1"
Cbm'ertiiinvtloii iif.ult) tt liinii'HiiHir jniM (tv
tluvllle. KaiiimviIUi A i l till nnlllN till thvCill'
l inn ul un I .Miin!:inuni Valluy lUilmn l.
litre l niiiiie. ti.11111 niete nt 1'oliiiiibiin 6r
Iivtm, s.i' iiuili'ld, I'l lhiiiiipoliM, t hlciiirn
and nil .point- WvHt. Mm, lor lovi'lilinl,
lt ilf il.i, l'irtiibur.fli. lodall iwliiu Kt.
'la'...' Hi.' Hoi ki:iSr iiII jv mi. I Tun lUndlo
)iu 1 'tiro it ii I Hi ' N'orthweiit: it lii the
luulV. '.;' f;; -iv .VL,. ifiyln' !jiiifffK
tiillienetlh o&uilU:m, u".i, .(ll'l VJfCi' iV.t
ifMili lit' llnvoljl.'r 'fn'e. ;:'t.i-io i I Me.- k .
i! ii JuiI.t !.,,.w. I.)IIK,I!TY, Stip'l.
flv, i;i;y.,ti::;l;f'f'MN
Ohio and Mississippi Railway.
la tlio MliorltiHt,
rnmilng Its entire triilnii through to
ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE
feet, reliable and complete for al point
VEST AND SQU 'H. .
ll'lili 14 jio iJ)ti'rusi jitid 5"it lllliitt' to Kan
ia Utyi ieavi'iuVoi'tti,' Ale)iou, t.onuhli.
aud to all iiolntu in Mimiourl, Katmaii and No
brnskn. ThrouKh Ticket and full Information an to
lltno and fitrc, ran lie obtained at uny H. K.
nlllco or our ollico In Cincinnati.
K. GALLUPi Gen. Unit Piieiirer Agent,
. . CINCINNATI.
Ohio and Mississippi Railway. Cin'ti & Muskingum Val'y R. R.
On ami aftor Monday, Noremlier 18, 1879,
trains will leave and arrivo at Lancaster,
(,'i.iu:Uy executed,) as fullowi : , . .
OOINO wist. 1 1
g.ritff m and WaU. Aeeommnjatton.
'tV. 10:40 g.m. ' Arr.l:0p.ni.(
:'" n -: ooino AT.
Arr. 80 p.m. ' 'T ' Arr. 8:J0a.m.
direct roniioctlona Visile at tANtiAslrEB
urltb ti-alna on the tbliiinbttn and Hocking
yiilfey ttalli'flad'fcir Atlicna, MoArtliiir. Chili
floollfO, I,'ortsmoutli, Mrl6tta, ' nil tfyCojikm-
"niroct eonnoetlona made at S5ANESVILJ.lt
with tralni on the Baltimore A Ohio ll.'Rl, (lr
EaHtorn Cities: at MOKKOW and OURHOKN
JUNCTION with tralni on the PittHbufgh,
(Tuoluiiiitl A Bt. Louie Railroad, Kat aud
WW " E. . BAILKY, Oeu'l Ticket Ag't 1
TIME TABLES.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
Direct Route to the National
and Eastward.
, . . ,
On and after Mnndiiyy November 1W, Trillin
will run an follows s ''
KASTWAItU.
Cln'nati
rF(Ut
Hall
. ... lifpart,..,...
J'urkemliiiru. ...S,'
I'miilici'linm. .
lliti'in-r Fiu'ry
Wimlilnuton June.
Amvci
H.iltiuiaie . . ., ..
WllHlllllKtlll
rhilmklnlihi . ..
New YoiTt . .
WKSTUAHU.
i liepai't... ....
Xew York . . .....
Philadelphia ...
Washington'.
ltiiltiiuoie .. ....
. Arrive,
Wiuliiiigton ,Iu nc,
Harper's Ferry...
( uiubei'lniid. : . ., :
ParkeMlitirC
0 55 A in
S 3.-) I'm
601 "
8 HO"
8 55 '
A 40 Tin
HS3Am
5 51 "
8TB '.
. 'i
8 45 " '
8 41 Am
1 IV I'm
4 45
503 " .
!!5 '
12 24 I'm
10 00
10 00 "
4 as Am
15 "
rstri'hi
410. "
vi. .
'BtwXiii
U 45 I'm
'8O0
13 80 l'lu
9 90 Pm
"fo6 Am
8 00 Till'
9S0''''
1204 "
8 45 Am
13 54 Am
6'4S I'm
8 UO. .
8 30'
li oo I'm
BOO '
''--).
as
6 50 "
10 3 "
f tt5"
" Pollmnn Palaoe Drawing Room Sleeping Can.
Which arc an comfortable, elegantly furnished
and ulninst equal to a llru-nidv, arc ou all
trains from Cincinnati to Baltimore and
WiiHliliiKton. See Schedule of Cincinnati nud
Mucietta Ituilroad for time of ttrriviiiif and de
parting from McArthiif.
The uilvuntiiKcs of this mute over all nthen
la, that jt given all travelers holding tliroiiKh
tickets the privilege of visit ing Baltimore,
liiiliulelphU, and the Niitionnl Cnpitol free.
Time quicker and rates of fare lower than
bv anothur route. '
The scenery aloiiK tills Ituilway Is not
equalled fur graiuleurou this Continent.
to siiirrEus of freigiit.
Tills line offers nunerlor inducements the
rates being one-lliinl lower lo ami from Bos
ton, New York, or any other eastern point.
In ni'derlng goods of any description from the
Knst jtive directioiiH to ship rid ltiiltiiuoie &
Ohio It. It,, a nil in shinning Kast Kivo same di
rections. Freinhts Khiied by tills route will
have despatch, mid be linndled with care and
auve sliippei;iiiuili money.
J. L. WILSON,
Master Transportation, lialliinoi e.
IJ. It. ni.ANCHAICIi,
lien. Freiaht Ag't. Knltiinoiv.
' ' 'p 1.. JLCOLK.
(icn. Tleket Alf't. lliiltiiiiore.
Mt. jo?; pa, '
Hen, I'ass, ak'l, L'iiiciiinati,
BEE LINE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI & INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
o.f in 1 after Monday, May S8th, 1871, Kx
pi ess Trains will leave Coliiiiibus and Crest
line mid ariivo nt points named below us fol
lows: stations. NoTS. r"Xo. 4". KoToT
Coiiimliiis . .11:10 a. m.
4:10 p.m.
:23
l:41
4:10
tl:45 a.m.
7:05
J:OI ii.iii.
Il:i0
11:30
a::i'ia.ni'
!:M
::fl
:tHI p.lli,
4:40
5:0.)
1 -:M a ni.
11:00
6:40
Crestline ., lViilu p. in
silinu ., l'',:U p.m.
vebinil..
Iflllil lOlj'l
Clev
liuifill
Niniriiia F'U 7:00a. in.
Ilocliester . .. 1 :8il
Albany :ti
Koston. 5:0p. m.
N. Y. Cite.. 8 At
Crestline . .11:45 p. in.
l'ittsliurgli . 11:83
llarrisbiirg . 7:15 u. tu.
Itnltiinoro. 10:10
Washington. 1:10 p. III.
I'hilijilnrithijlllrt "1-
6:85 p.m. a::i5a.m.
1:25 a.m. :!:!." . in.
11:'.'5 i:40u.m.
2:40 pan
Ii:i!5
8:15 7:0")
Crestline : ll!lOp. m. 7:(5p.in. 5:55a.ni.
Fort Wavne.. 5:80a; m. 1:15a.m. 11:25
( hliago' 12: 1 Op, in. 7:20 6:00 p.m.
BfjJfNn. 4, leaving C'olumluis at 4:10 p. in.
has a ThiiMtKh C.ir via Uelawaro for Spring.
Held, reaching Hpiiull.'li w ithout change ut
7:20 p.m.
Tr.iln u. 2, oil the folunib'.is ,c Hocking
Vail. ! lilnnd . teel w ith No. 4 tiaiii.
'J'll'Oiijfli i'ii. kef- far M'e it Aiheiui.
4i,iri::s't.M. i,!viii:;Srii4
i. in'.
CrirP'thco Day and Sluouini Cars
On AII TPiilns,
No. 0 tnai'lna- i uluiuiius ut Hinl.a. m., on
Siindav, run tlitteuth witliout detention, by
both K io mi l New York Central H.iIKnuJK,
ai'i'ivlmr at Xew Vn.k oa Monday inorni'iiji'at
0:1 1 a. in.
For ii ii t It-nl ir iiu'ov ii t! ion in re.-ird to
t'i mi-.' i tii'ki-ts. thiie. roti in. -lions, etc.. In all
points 1'jiit, West, ,Viiii aiid Hoiuli, a.ijily to
orii't ires K. r wit:), col. iiioih. wnio.
K. S. I'MINT. tien. Siip't.
I AS, PA I'TKHSON,
' (ioneral Agent. CoIiiuiIiiim, Ohio.
IClHil'tSK F'ltr),
I'ltHKungi'r Agent, Columliiis, Oliin.
Ind., Cin. & Latayette Railroad.
Great Through Passenger Railway
to all Points West, Northwest and
Southwest.
This In the Khort Line tin Indlunupolla.
llui l.n-iii 'liiirtondi V,M r.u) L"iiii-i,;j P,tu.
eiiguriiHiUiiSt; Ltiulti KhjiU W.'AtlJlu1
seph, Iii'.uver, fan rmiu-isco, .ml till points In
Missouri, KniisiH aiid'l oloi ado,- 1 -
The nliorti'st and Oiilv"lretO, i-i,u,b to In
.llaiili Polls LuftivHTe,1- Tfr't ll'.iiltel'.'iiiii
lii'1'ii.J f lii. v.C!''iil',l'Ii !;.-Hi., liirlfiikton,
cii'ic&nM ivfilfiifllr's,' jViiitl.' ft'nViilVMI"
lii llio Nii (lnvea(.
Tlio liiiliHiiniHills, Cluiiiiliatl ct Lafayette
Itallroail, with its eoiinuctlons, now otters
piisseiiKers moro facilities in Through Coach
and Sleeping Car Service than uny oilier line
lion i Cincinnati, linvlng the itivautngo of
Through. Pally Cars from Cincinnati to St,
Louis, Knnsns City, St. Joseph, Peoria, llur
lliigton, ( hicago, Oiniiha, and all Intermediate
ii,lnU, I'll a'.iuju)t to C.iiiUmii ihiiI i ill,. Hit's
stfrft otMutl4'iiil n,'inmd.t(lihi' tm lire
nti'ortliMl fcyWotlJef rtiiili:'""1 "
' Tlirqiiirl) Tie((i4l)iil t'agltilKU t lll-'eks tp (til
mints,
T'riiln. leave L'ini'iiiiiati atti) n. in,, sitH) p.
in., aud 11:1X1 p. in.
Tickets can be obtained at No. 1 Hornet
House, cornel' Third and Vine, Public Land
ing, turner Main and Itlvcr; also, at Depot,
corner I'litin ami 1'eail streets, Cliicluniiti.
lie sure to iiiirebase tickets via liulianap.
oMs. ( litciunnti & Lnfnvette Itallrnml. '
l liiol'TisJVli'il;1,! Imtii.ti,
Great Through Passenger Route.
TO KANSAS, NEBRASKA, COLORADO,
NEW MEXICO, UTAH & PACIFIC COAST,
IN VIA THE OLD RELIABLE
IN VIA THE OLD RELIABLE Hannibal & St. Joseph
fitniit f.IN-f, VfA o'i'iniv.
T IIU EE
EX I' REM 'lUAISS
at hitn.its thy. fid inm liiiiiy'nii, ivilli I'ullr
iimiislueijluginiliicus and mliiu day uuaehus
from Qulney to Ut. Joseph, Kalisiis Oltv, Den
ver.Nebraska City and Omaha, without clinngc
of ears. ,
All the great through Passenger Linos from
tlio East connect with the Hannibal and St,
Joseph, by way of Qulnnv, securing passengers
ili IDlUCWloganlf hint' Kitiiriitlto 'through
Drawing "3oill Slseplnir Palaces ami Day
Conches run In the World,
Tlielnrgest ana most convenient uopots anil
Through llnggage Arrangements l iliel'nl-
lup m tie, ...
Tlwreit rU'vr i( litl'lkfl, ,y(lfll!!if r"
transfer and forringiis and all wh" are posted
will consult comfort ami economy, by taking
this route to Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado and
the far West to the Pacllle ( oast,
awy-llo suro your tickets read bv tills old
reliable line. For mile at all Ticket unices.
For Denver, Cheyenne, Salt Lake, Sacra
mento and Han Francisco, linisengei-s have
choice of route, either ro Kansas City and
Denver, orbt, Josoph and Omaha.
li WinfiiiHi.lJij i. Onliiry are direct and
pei'teT H,'Hil'ililjl-(j(ii11if,
r P. II, GHOAf, UeiltilHlc!'t''kel Uwt' 1 ' ,
LEGAL.
DIVORCE NOTICE!
NANCY P. PETTITvhoso lilaeo of resl
deuce Is unknown, is iiotilkid that Jona
than Pettlt did, on the, Us t dnv of December,
lWtt.Me hla netjtlun n thoollleoof the Clerk of
mo court ot common Pleas, in and for Vinton
county, qiilq,
PottH "wit t'1
tlio suiii Naney P.
'iivin (iefcrt- ylllhillj-absent
i man vtireo yar tnst past
Ami making that he my bedvored fubm UAld
Nanny P. Pelilt j wbloli petition will stand for
hearing at tlio uet term of said Court. ''
. JONATHAN 1'KTTIT,
M- MuUai,ivAlf, lila att'yi
Attorneys;
D
MOAKT1JCK.--OHIU. tt
Will I
itfuml j,i-i.i,li.
.itiauiijus.,,
-TT-r.--i--iJi L-'
..... ...t:, . r u rvr.r.rr.i
VlllI MBtCll tu Jin, ciu
counties.. cirviCK
;il..-MoaiiLiVJttA,
. ,, -ii
' j MOAIITIIUH, "MUM, ..)..'.;"
Will attend promptly t rii(fr Inijlnoss given
to his fare and management In'uliv Court of
V in bin and adjoining c.oilifties. MipMcit M
the Court House, up stairs. ;i.(ir, .
---'-'"r-" ' ...'nl".1-.'..!
U...CIAYP00tE' M'!'v.: W '
AT1: :6irE-y'A.T l a w
..McAUTIIUU, OHIO. . V',
I'kosko itis.I1 Ajtoknkv or Vinton County.
' W'ill practice in Unas, Vinton and adjoining;
coimtlei All legal biisiuesa entrusted to his
cure primiptly attended to.. : : ; i ;
H
OMERC. JONES,
A-TTOR-jsris-sr a.t law
JioAitTiiun, OHIO.
Ofkick First door West of Dan. Will 4
Itros, Kspecinl attention given to tlio collec
tion of claims, w.tc
HOTELS.
JJERCH ANTS' HOTEL.
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO
J. W. VAHNEIt
Proprietor,
This Hotel Is in the most, convenient part of
the city on front St., between Market anil
Jefferson.
MlRICAjf HOTEL.
Cornet' High and State liti,, nearly opposite
. Htutc Huuse,
OOLTJnBTJQ, OHIO
K..L11LOCNT ..... Proprietor.
This Hotel Is furnished throughout with all
the modern Improvements, li nests can rely
on the best treatment and verv low bills.
Street Curs puss this Hotel' to and from all
liailioad Depots.
TAEP0T HOTEL.
H I l-L I CtJtrH , PHIO.
M. MKltKLF.
I'roprlotor.
This Hotel, a few feet from thu liallroml De
pot, und where all travelers on all trains can
take meals, has Just been greatlv enlargud and
tlioiontflily repaired, painted, .te., ami is now
in complete order for the reception of guests.
Trains stop ten minutes for meals. Terms
moderate.
TSHAV
JACKSON, OHIO,
Dlt'. I.T. MOXAIIAN - -
Proprietor.
This house, formerly the Ishiiin House, bus
been thoroughly renovated mill beautifully
iunilslieil, Jin villi! superior lacilit es. everv
thing v 1 1 1 be dm
-it, t-
i iiuil.ii tf.iett. i. ..(..!. I,,
kefJi! ' vii-'' jAt'tf W-w
i . ll" '"l'. t! HltoiiiJ.l :tit)p!ii mid
iiehlie.il, biitl., ' ttotiil h! allies. Kvtny Hll'tnt
iiiieie en ine vt.iuiori or pillions
mod ,i. Ill v.
!.
AU charges
JJOWEN HOUSE,
(l-'oiinciiy Sands House l
ZALESKI, OHIO.
EGBERT IIOWKN, I'uopuietom.
Thl-jroiiMC, which Is convenient In the II. U,
'U'lS'.tV W. 'h.n'nK'lvk filill)f.U"(ori.' i s Keen
thuVqngldy renovated and refu'ri?sied, aud
the pieaept priiprietnr offers Ul tiavelers unit
boarders thu host accommodations,
Gn. stable nn tho premium.
tjyTKHM3 HOST 1HCAHOMAHLI: f$Z$H
wAeJ
QRAWEORD HOUSE,
Corner Sixth nud Walnut Streefs,
F. J. OAKES & .1. T.' "FISHEU,P,roiirletors.
Js;o,riIi)lstvnK Jt .il.f oxKvt.Y, Clerks,
This hniihH una inaqo"iHrcly Itellttud, lie.
furnished and ltenioilulod. n.ul I. in nil
spects a
r lllM l-t IASS HOTKL.
A I.I. TI1H l.l'V.HI..U ,L KIIU . ort. rpnl.,..
, , i.r. .-n Anun. lIMV
surpassed by none lit the West, Ample and
pleasant accommodations for travelers. Uivo
lit. u .'nil. Iltk'l'j , , , ii t...
w - vw., i itqinciurs.
J 0REENLEAP it CO.,
WIIOI.EHAf.KllEAI.KR4 IM
Dry Qt ods, Notions, Hosiery. &o.
224 and 2211 South Iligli Street,
COTTIT.TITTiS, OITDTO.
C, M. Saok, uf Me.Arlliitr, s the 'raveling
ftgiin inr the above huuse, find q nriuinen.
tviistwllnliliinyill rpciiive i)i-uiiiit intuiitiiui.
)allt'lll',V In. IWI. tP.
E
ESTABLISHED 18 YEARS.
J . P1 . TOWBLL,
'viii..ksi.k uki.7!', ;m
DR
iri
stild at tlio lowcsl p.ts.ilde iii'lce;
i.iosu en. 11 payers, iirst-t lass time, trade,
Wholesale peddlers and rimiiircntcn are par
tlcularly Invited fo nn examluntlon of Ills
stock.
MARBLE
HIQOINS & BR0.,
MANVFACTl'HXBg OK
MANTLKW, FVKNITIIRB, .,
x0rA.trf " - - - oizxo.
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Selected Poetry.
"My Wife and Child."
[From the Mobile Register.]
1 !. 1 ,
.ine beautiful and tender
tendei
? the hlt were pub-
lisllc l Ull tllO MontcrnmPi-v A.
.teorand credited to tht nor
xHt;f5an1dffretlltedtothepen
.Tl1C!tl
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rn.vv , :
JH-.a author is General R.
of . Savannah, Ga.
lheV.-'Were WPltfpn wrtiln ho nrao
, --v... llv 11U ao
in command of the First Geor-
gialgiment, then in camp on
the; Il6 Grande, below Mate-
roof a,-and a part of General
TavlM'ft firmv of AT
j -v t-
vasion. vTho General Wrote
themju.jencil, on his knee, in
his te.t and read, .them to Hia
writer hereof at the moment,
Our recollection is that, wa im-
Ii Vi , ri , "wa 111
the Columbus (Ga. Times of
fhQf M, nil ' .,, ,
tnat year. Ihev will Kar
nn.V.nafii;: u.. a." .
""'.7 n UbUUUlU, JU1 LIIBV H rn
f a.. .i. 'j. ,',.
V1ur7 01 imiure uie
outgotngs of a soldier's heart in
a ioreiirn land to tho ncwl
ot uwpuBiry OI nature tne
a foreisrn land to
ones left behind.
1 ho tattoo beats, the lights are gone,
Theciunn around in slumber lies :
The night in solemn pace moves on,
The shadows thicken o're tho skies ;
Hut skiop my wenry eyes hath flown,
And sad, uneasy thoaghts arise.
I thini of thee, my dearst onq,
-Whc.se love ihy early life lintH blessed i
Of theo and hhii our habv son
Whc almnbora on thy goptlo breast,
God of the tonder, frail, ant) lono,
Oh, uard the tomler sleeper's rest ;
Anil lover gently, hover near,
To her, whoso watchful eye is wet
To molhor, wife tho doubly deal',
In wlioso young heart huve freshly met
Two streams of lovo so deep anil clear
. Andcheer her drooping spirit jet.
Now, while she kneels before Thy throne,
Oh, teach her. Ruler of tho skie-.
That, while at Thy behest alone, '1
Lai-til's mightiest powers fall and rise,
No tear ft wept, to Thee unknown,
Xo huir is lost, no sparrow dies ;
Thnt Thou canst stay the ruthless hands
Ol din k disease, ami sooth its pain :
"'.V.!' 'I"1?' ''Y 'l'y Vommandi
lliolmttle1 lust, the soldier's slain i
That 6xim the iliKtant sea or bind
Tbou bring'st the wauderor home aguin.
And when upon tlio pillow lono
Her tear-wet cheek is sadly pressed.
May Inippier visions beam upon
The brightening current of her breast :
No frowning look or angrv tono
Disturb the Snbba th of lior rest.
Whr.toicr fte those forms may show
LiVvod with a passion almost wild
By dnv, by night, in Joy or woo
By fears oppressed, or hopes beguiled.
From every ilnngor, every foe,
O God, protect my wile und child 1
I
1
Miscellanous Reading.
In the Coffin and her Home.
She rests in a plain coffin
she who but a few. tauw tnoe
was a ed will', and a loving
one. The home ; of a brother
who with .us has walked in
search of light, is this Saturday
Night so unlike ft ho t-W to
be thvjtti is ujj'onv'." "lint a week
since he was a happy man. Ills
wife was loved with the most
tender devotion. Love makes
in this, all men children in pro-
portion as his love is pure,
Not children in hnHi;..,r. u Kf. t l,
word W. create Hmet but
child-like in the beautiftll, l.mi-
, .. . t
est, ('onfiiliiiu1 iiifiiihood tnifi
- O
men and loving women so ad
mire. And so he was like a
child with her but a tiger
when fightihg the world for her
support and protection.
:Siw was fyrYui.e inarqing.
When he went to his work she
said she would bo better by the
hour of his return. lie hasten
ed from his place of labor, but
to find her worse. Her brow
was lijto a Airm.e.jVo.uJithe'ie'v
er raging in" 'her blood. Her
hands, arms, and person, had
not of the elocpient touch of
death. Hour alter hour he
stood by her bedside. Day and
night he ministered tq her
uronta 4i,rt L.... L I
eves b'eint? his fnori und lift, ii.o
while,.
She grew worse. Remedies
failed, and each day the me-
chanism of what wo call life
was more and more aiar.
Last njg'U bite went' home.
As tHe clock struck nine, then
finino fhA hniiv fnv hnv vat'itAnir
and nut. from ih Unnoa ft
earth-from his noble, tcer
Iova f,,,m uftiS' 'Lin- L
had earned for her to keep-
from tho body and heart he
out from the body and heart he
had HO fWnt.Ail li.mBAif' fn fVta
r- wi. tiiiiiuvtl V VII f
care of a pure, loving spirit
nwqy,, ii vaitlng-
fiiV hihi hIia ho lnvoil in
the beautiful Land of the Leal,
IilAinr
an who have life here m we
8urelv.alll.ave Over' T1 ere?
m ii i 1.
m v . . . -. : i
, -"o w " v mmkv vv
talk, for words are of no weight
n4- c: 11T- ill 1 j ' 1 j i .
Au-uiunc wo cauea, not to
,,v vom.i
Lis handtq look tbnderly and
heartilv into His tenr-wef. ava
. 1 , l.llll.'M .... IM, I fill, rn 11.1.111
... j j v,
flnfl tft fl air AMP rtnnA "enifia
nuu ho uuen nave, cd
Willi LU Oit lnatiuoivn.i .,,.1 LI..1
... , v x ,i.jr vi .1 . i
Wil l BW.eet messaiica and kind I
i 'l' Al
words. iQ throw their Iava'
" iii-ir imiT .v,v auu
, w . : ...... ';. ,
- . ,. . . -. .I . it. .
1
,
times gentle pressure that told
volumes the trusting inuo-
"'-"- " v ii
keep, for ly a l did so care
passed fully all all these in mem
nlaco orv: all these to live ox Hr nfTftin
in the days to come, as item-
il ri li lift- iif. ftf.iltiL MAvtiln
VUIC 111,1 CSIIIlOtlltllv liv
nnIi',.,n;i0 aIiaa. imn,,4;r.,i
VTUI.UI , VA. VUUVA (LAAU. uvuuuim
;"'",; .; .'uv .. t .
i . .
tender care over him. our friend
poor heart-wrecked sufferer.
;In another room, than where
he rested on a couch, we found
her in her coffin. We went in
wuiu. vro wcui ill
alone, save the presence of
those, not to be seen by mortal
PVPS Wo nni,1l lift.
ing the lace from her face as
C"lirt lmr 4-1. A. .A 1. ' 1 . i 1
uc Iay uiciu hi uer aepaneu
resemblance, and look upon the
former home of her absent spir-
11 TL: i i i- .
1U llia wl8 wnere sne uveal
This was her abode. This w5s
what she had of earth in which
to work and fit herself for the
eternal duty before us This
4L 1, i.le.1 l- .
nao-uitj ueuuiuui nome irom
which' her beautiful spirit, so
full of love, light, life, and
on its God-bidden journeying
nA fhia -oa J...
u,c uuuu ""'"'"S a poor iamo
in her hrwnm. Rfanri;L a J
uo
a wb wt- tn nM i,-ft.io
ft T "ivtooo
I. III-! WflVlf Or n nnnro ths cinf.m
T."!""1" luo ""
knows nothinr of aud to this
Knows nothing ot aud to this
we must all come. Well-God
anoac tha a nr 'liA Ant. .A1.
, , "v,"
, u 11 ub wen uone,
SIS WO tw n linen U 4V 4-1
,v w novc n, iui uju
We. tOO. Can rest, finfl no iriorA
' ' 7
suffer and endure till life seems
oiicii q weiiiy, weary burthen,
but fbr the good we can do to
and for others.
We toiuid him asleeo. In
rliar tivnl ,.r,, l il..i
...r ..vuuo, ut.ep u,ai
brings not tire rest of sweet re-
DOSO. DraWinfT ll fOmir nlnoo
i, i i i T V - .
hftSlflft Ilia liotl -n-ri !,...lr,l nf.
" "n-p -
hun, and pitied him who was to
follow -her who had gone to
make a Home for him in
tt ., t- , '
Heaven,. Gr the Eternal Rest-
. " ' "" v
lor her on earth.
Ar,,l.a 1lj . 1.-..J
iuuivcu iiiLu ins Jieftrr,
i in -
into his soul. We sawrisin?
from he agony-leaves nwlerjoOO,
Which II l ill I.HSI1 U.HU miitrafinrr
lr -"
words. Would vou know what
he said what these words
were these thoughts which
were rising like a fog tq weight
his bleeding, laye into 'the chasm
of desnalr ? We will tell vou.
for we saw them, and prayed
God to send pitvinsr an?els
A l C7 O
JU1'C "A VtW.
Alone a weary-h e a r t e d
watcher by the temple from
which the spirit occupant has
gone, gone! Ad- I am left
iduuvi, ilut not alone. 0 ! The
weariness already of a broken
life. In her collin resting
in her Home the spirit wait
ing for me Over There. But
how can I endure this, agony?
Death to mo wwdd bring no
such iiain-r:excent to her.
Those who hvo loft and who
loved are the ones to mourn for
they are the ones who need
sympathy. My little home is
torn and desolate. No more
her sweet and tender love here
only the h,allqvec luemory
tlit'.io.f to light me on the way
. 1 1 m ... "
to uer love and her waiting em
brace. I go from room to room she
is not there. Evervthinsr seems
so hollow, hearties Idl of
iQOvk at her chair
-rrempty. The garments she
once was clad in are there to
remind mo of her. This room
'twas, she who arranged the
furniture thus. Tho little ar
ticles here which I bought her
she has left tliam with me.
silent' witnesses of my grief.
And hero ou my pillow was al
ways a P'ace br ber. But now
lt is to large too cold: for me
like the tired weary heart in
sadness crying to be fcgftitt with
her wrtud,
Her kiss her heart-lifting
look of love her pure, sweet,
onmpsf. linrfprinrr Lisa nf Invn
O! wliv h,l T ,.ot mn,, nl
tleiq she left me? The
fonfli rf Kal hanrifiio nfr
volumes
CPIlpo aha hroiirrhf. in itia fn
qve ft-om the mire to the sun-
shine and the flower-beds
.i ' .1. i ' i ...
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wneieon eucn nopes were punt
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and such loyp nd dearer. '
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riKnMn . -. A I i I
viunv -ttiuiioi iu mure Hint,
soft caress. No more tliat glad
;fln v.,hh AA 11 a
iivivviitu tt lllV.t M1A DU Vt.44 IH-7 I
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teve. .INo. mare her watch
i 1 1
tt ' -."- inwv tivt iimvu-
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Mth ours to give him m
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love, which so protected me
irom ail temytation, and made
me strong for the 'ever-renewing
battles of life, to test our
mettle, and. prove us worthy or
unworthy advancements Over
There.
0! the weary days. The
weary nights 1 When I toiled
I knew she was at home wait
ing my coming, and how I hast
ened to her love and to our
home. When others spoke
against, she spoke for me.
When others forsook, she clung
the closer, as do all who each
do earnestly love. What reck
ed either for the storm outside
when we were so happy with
in ? We were happy. We were
umted-in-soul, - each basking
in the same beautiful sunlight
oi love each drinking Irom the
future each willino- fo Hp
A v.:..6,'.1 ,,ng t0 be .ed
una uiiignr, ior tnus come the
n n
imes oi aawn to mark our
;.. t .1 .
morning anti the Uav sterna .
nA AW i u
And now to the labor alone
My home is not here but where
ii 1 -
iire ileal I in. :uv UUIV IO SO
nve as to meet her who awaits
" " ,
me, ana who will he roy wel-
L,v,; 1 ; j, ,
vuuiiu t)lH3 lOHJi, in Tnat
heautiftil hnnifl
A Ten Thousand Dollar Bill.
A Ten Thousand Dollar Bill. [From the New York World.]
though its real price may
Tl' 1 . . ?
tohioiw of those scattered frag-
t th ll e ...
, .
ton on Broadway, there is now
on exhibition what is certainly
41-- . -i ii
u,w vaiuauie cony ol the
tt i . 1 J .
iioiv 131DJ43 ever comniled. Tt .
represents the industrious toil
0f thirtv v.,,,.. f ri;0i,
iLf-,: ac T.:t,i:..i 5 ...
"w "I uiuiicai pnnis.
etchings, engravings, o igina
arawings in oil and water col-
L .j .n,. -
"""" 'tivt; or curious
utifimic ,."4i, c? i
v"'"""" gu'tpuires, anu
;a m ..t.' j .1
very HKeiv prove to be much
higher. The comnlete text used
is that ol Dr, Kitto's edition of
Kna Jamea1 Bible. . But this is
but a fractional part of the six-
ty huge tol io volumes through
which it is spread. Sometimes
the reader turn over fifty
ciiUKeeuuve pages oi lllustra-
ments.
Such subjects for example as
"Susanna and the Elders," or
"Daniel in tho Don's Den " are
enriched with scenes of illustra-
- -
tions drawn from every field of
n i 4.1. -v i. ' 1 f) il
art the convent missals of the
mediaeval ages, the strange,
fanciful, strikingly false draw
ings of the Italian masters, the
grotesque works of Dutch and
German painters, and the later
and more truthlul efforts ol
modern artists, iu all this won
derful monument of loving de
votion to a worthy hobbv. in
cludes no less than 30,000 il
lustrations of various kinds,
some of them worth from $50
to S100 tach. mill AYfmffs
from some- thirtv editions oi
the sacred text. Such a treas
ure ought speedily . to find. a
purchaser in some of our few
great libraries, where' it would
be an unfailing spring of de
light and instruction to artists
and men ot letters.
f 1S, estf that three, hun
out ,an(l T'&y hs then
The whole number of steam-
boats lost on the Western rivers
during the year has been one
hundred and forty-two, entail
ing lasses tabulated as follows'
On the Ohio, 1,072,700; Up
per Mississippi, above Cairo
$577,500; Lower Mississippi,
l,nl... n..! Uini onn i
uciuw uairo, flUUijOVU; ArKan
sas river. S163.00O : Red river
819,100; Illinois river, $15,000,
biaoK creek, Miss., $10,000
Ouachita river, $8,000; Ten
nessee river, $5,000; Kentucky
river, 84,000: Wolff river. 82..
000; Francis, $3,000, The
li 68,lost were Slxty-SlX, 0
uvea lost were sixtv-six. oi
fiftr"e,"..!ror; ex
plosion. In addition to these
9
"vw vyc icinjug uvciuuuru.
The Supreme Court.
IhQ fcNttwlng table shows the
present composition
ot tor
United States Supremo Court
with the ao-es of tb varinm
0t tho var,om
viiiuviiv i .
Name.
niui crate.
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l.fst.t 4 111.
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IVntilriiin. tAwi..,1nr 4..-. CC.- i
111 UllIVIll I v tu liltw CUcCl
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lit; Ab UU1). i
u.'u. .v,.:'.o ;"
.
Each in His Place.
The. inspiration which ani
mates the Christian life the vital
ity which makes it known to us
all is individual. Truth is its
nucleus, faith its mainspring,
but an individual character is
developed, perfect itself, bo far
as it allows the Spirit of God
freely to working in and through
if '
The purging and purify
ing goes on, cutting off a .sel
fish excrescence here, trimming
out a self-developed ' branch
there; that it may expand its
life into one more natural, moro
pure, more beautiful and blame-
1 1 i. il... A'
icoo auu at nit Biime ume more
powerful and -effective. -The
annals of faith already
sparkle with brilliant names,
Christ giving the lustre: but
there are those unknown, men
and women invested with love.
liness unspeakable, in toilsome
lives and humble spheres. This
same love of Christ has con-
same love 01 Lhnst has con.
strained themaod P"ed them
lortrl m o
J .v
vax-lt 40 ""viuuai; eacn
lllm oal f .-Fr.lnA . T-U 1.1
. ; ' jcii,-,'cu -acu eumcs
With his OW-n hnVhtnpsa refWf-
wj ivi-v.v-
mg to the extent of his own
capacity the light of his Maker.
inaividual grace, distinctive
excellence, shines from each.
Though ten thousand times
ten thousand join the ranks of
IT l""uoa"u, J"1U uie rauKS 0i
he redemed e-note of each
IS needed to mnk-A thA harmnritr
i. . , , v
of Tha .Vn,io .nmrlf
... . yua wmpicic.
Je' the exact repetition
of fellow there. Different
glories developed in the saints
of God make beautiful the
upper Eden. Is it not so here?
The same love constraining
brought out a Stephen and a
Polycarp which under other
circumstances gave us a Whit
field or a Weslev. .And the
spirit which animated a Judson
and a John Williams may be
recognized in some daily visitor
in our cifv. Does not this
ennoble our individual lives and
make them beautiful? God is
working in and through us to
make us what He has before
designed.
Necessity of Ventilation.
[From Popular Science Monthly.
the breathing of
impure air is a iruittul source
MU . UUIUUI nVUllC
of disease of the right heart oc-
. . . .
curring after middle age. How-
many people ignorantiy iavor
its occurrenoe bv confinint?
themselves to closely shut, non
ventilated, hot stilling rooms,
in which the corbonic acid has
accumulated to two or three
per cent, of the air they respire.
How .many are thus destroyed
by being compelled, through
the exigencies of life, to pass
the grater part ot their time in
pits and manufactries where
ventilation is defective, or in
which the air respired is nois-
oned by noxious fumes and of-
tensive emanations irom the
materials undergoing the pro
cess of manfacture ! How manv
are falling victims to the pois
onous influence upon the heart
of the atmosphere of an under
ground railway! What do these
facts suggest? . How are these
evil results to be prevented?
The simple answer is : Let .the
rooms in which you live be ef-
tectuany ventilated by an in
coming current of air filtered
from all adventitious impuvitieR.
and so divided that no draught
shall be telt ; and bv an outgo
ing current which shall remove
from the apartments the , car
bonic acid, carbonic oxide, sul
phurous-acid gas, sulphureted
nyarogen, and other noxious
compounds, as rapidly as they
are generated. Apply the same
principle to public buildings,
theaters, schools, manufactories,
pits, and to all places in which
people are accustomed . to con
gregate.
The epizootic has disnrtnear-
ed in the East, but has reached
i-L- i rtr l i.- j ii
Indians; If itonly reaches tho
jjxodocs, Apaches , and Sioux,
a Z iaiu "uuff
he chance of the white men to
and remains at least lor a while,
live Ollfc tberA. without rnrrvinrc
their lives and rifles constantly
tu turn, tutuus, win uo greauy
improved. Something should
either civilize or suppress them;
and tho Quaker policy is a fail
ure, -' ,
. Monnt Vesuvius is airain in
I r. C3 ;
H sjtate' of eruption: -v ' f ... t

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