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JOHN MILLIKAN, Editor and Publisher.
PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, IND., MAY 16, 1872.
Vol. XVI No, 26.
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ATTORNEYS.
AMASA JOHNSON.
NOTARY Public, Attorney, Counselor at Law,
Authorized War Claim Agent, Plymouth, Ind,
Especial attention given to the settlement, of Es
tates, Conveyancing, and the collection of Soldiers'
Claims for Pensions, Bounty, Back Pay, and all
other War Claims. Office on Michigan street, over
Back & Toan's Hardware Store. 34tf
T LOGAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW and Notaiiy Public
Office Brownlee's Block, over Becker's Store,
Plymouth, Ind. Collections a speciality, jyliyl
ED. S. FISH,
Attorney at Law.
Justice of the Peace, and Insurance Agent,
kVt.K the Post Office, In Kendall's Block, Ply-
CART).
O. MUSSULM N,
Attorney at Law, Meal Estate, and
Volleeting Agent,
. KNOX, STARK CO., INDIANA.,
WILL PRACTICE in all the Courts of Stark,
Marshall and Koscinsko, Counties. The iiay
ment of Non-residents' taxes promptly attended to.
. jeUI
H. CORBIN. JOHX DAKKELl
CORBIN A DARNELL,
ATTOKNKYS AT LAW. Will Practice in Mar
shall and adjoining Counties, in everv Court
when called upon. Ail business promptlv attended
to. Office in Corbin's block, second floor, I'ly
mouth, Ind. junMy
M. A. O. PACKARD,
i UK.tl at Law and Notary Public. Room
No. 1.
county, Ind.
naicony niocK, riyiuoutn, .Marshall
184UJ
JOHN S. BENDER.
N
TUtAKX r-ublic, attorney at law, and War I
claim asrent,
xnouth, lud.
imce .balcony .Mock, i'ty
34UJ A. C. & A. B. CAPRON,
i TTOKEEVS & COl'NSKLLOKS, Real Estate
uTV. and Collecting Agents, Plvmouth, Ind., ave
practicing hi the law courts of Marshall and ad join
tug counties, and will srive prompt attention to all
legal buaiucss entrusted to them, tieneral coilwt
JS agents for Northern Indiana and Soutuern
Michigan. Particular attention given lo the settle
ment ot decedent's estates and guardianship,
ileeug, mortgages, and other contracts drawn up
and acknowledgments taken, office, Brownlee's
Block up stairs.
J. C. OSBORNE. w. B. HK", NOTAKY 1'I BLIC
OSBORNE fc HESS,
ATTORNEYS at law, will attend promptly to all
pTolessional business entrust-! to them. Par
ticular attention given to real estate business, titles
examined aud quited. Collections male and
i..uiuiu muiiieu. umce on .Mii-iii-an
street a
ic uoors uurui ot the Jfaiker Ifous.
Ind.
Plymouth,
J. O. St S. D. PARKS.
ATTORNEYS, Counsellors at Law, Notaries,
Puhhc and Authonz.-J War CLi.n Ar-nt
Lourbrtn lud. Especial attention given to the set
tlement ol Estates, Conveyancing, and the collec
tion ot Nildiers' Claims tor Pensions, Bounty,
Back Pay aud ail other W ar Claims. ami
PHYSICIANS.
W. JACOBY, M. D.
PJfSiCHI l.VB OPEMril'B. StBBUS,
Trenrs all diseases according to the most Luiiroved
and scieutific plans.
tpecial attenUou given to Chronic Diseases. Dis
eases ot v'euialea, Deiormities, Jtc; an J punorin
all 0h'rations iu Surgery.
Oihcu an t r-sideiicu on Michigan Street, third
oor s nth iu the Parker jiooso, aalv oiiposu.- the
iSunk, Plymouth, ImL hnj
D3. J. A. DUN LAP,
PHYSICIAN AND bUKGEON.
Oilers hi? proli.-ssioual scrvic-s to t;ie citizens of
Mannout aud vicinity. Xigut calls piouiuiiy n!
tendeii to. Charges reasonable.
Office and nsideitce opposite Miller's store.
i. C. JliTCBETTE, a. D.
DRS. MATCH ETTE
. FRANCE, M. D.
A FRANCE,
"IH YSICIANS & SUKOEOXS. KtU'RBOX. 1XD
I The doctors request their patrons to call earlv
in the dav to insnre prompt attention to patients iu
t:ia country. Special att..-ntiou given to chronic
diseases aud operative surgery, uilitx always opim
juJ one uoclor lu coust iur aftemlauue uo-lt).
DR. J. S. LELAND,
PHY8IC1A. and SL";E, Ai-gos, Indiana, at
tends to all cails promptly. nivU
T. A. BORTON M. D,
HAS removed to his new residence, one door
south of his former dwelling, on the east side
i Michigan street, where he may be found and cou
lited proiessioually. if-yl
A. C. BORTON,
OEXTIST. Office 4d story Post Office Uuildlng.
Teeth extracted without pain, by the ute of
itrous Oxide (or Laughing Oas). Vekth; lrom
e tooth to a full sett, so cheap that the rich aud
ar can all get them. Omce open all dav except
.outlays and Tuesdays. " S4U
C. R. REYNOLDS M. D,
T EGULAR Physician and Operative Sargeon, of
fers his professional services to the citizens of
iymonth and surrounding country. In addition
the treatment of diseases common to the coun
7, special attention will be given to Surgery, the
-eatment of surgical diseases of females. Night
Ula in town and country promptly attended to.
harges reasonable. Office and residence on west
le of Michigan street, three doors north of the
ank, Plymouth, Ind. iMtf
DR. HENRY HOLLOWAY,
3FFCE IN BALCONY BLOCK,
LAPORTE, INDIANA.
Teeth extracted with the most approved instru
ments. Teeth filled In a professional manner.
Full sets of teeth made of the best material, and
warranted as good as the best. janlS-tf.
Ceo. M. Dakin M. D.
Jhysician and Surgeon,
(Successor to Dr. A. Teegarden.)
LAPORTE, IND.
Dr. Dakin gives especial attention to the treat
tent of Chronic Diseases and Diseases of women.
(e believes that disease is debility importance of
itality; that causes of disease are depressing and
jwer vita power; and, therefore, selects such rem
edies as restore and strengthen vital functions, and
;ive a better renewal of life. He gives nothing to
Mill down, to reduce, to prostrate; bnt brings to
jear every influence that tends to build up and
strengthen. Consultations free. Correspondence
requested. Send st&mD for circular, or call and see
him. Office in Davidson's New Marble Front Build
ing. mar2Sly
1000 cords of clear Black Walnut Bolts delivered
t my Plaining Mill, for which I will pav the
hi ghest market pricu in cash,alw 100,000 feet of dry
una urneo ropmr lumber. Call and see me.
HM-7H'. GEO. L. BRINK
Attention Builders.
I have recently fitted np my Plaining Mill with
new machinery of the latest improved paterns, and
mm prepared to do work with neatness and dis
patch. No delay in getting work done. Cash paid
mar7tf. GKO.L. BEINK
MISCELLANEOUS.
WESTERN LAND
AGENCY
OF
LUTHER R. MARTIN,
INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
Western Lands bonght and sold. Tases pjid
Cash paid for u,uit chums to land fotieiied' ior
taxes, and defective titles corri'ct
Dealer supplied with low-priced l:mds.
Swamp and overflowed lands in Northern Indiana
pmchased at cash value.
Send numbers bv mail to
LUTHER R. MATtTIX.
feb!5-3m. Indianapolis, Ind.
JOHN MUELLER.
Fashionable Barber
AND
HIIR DEESSEB,
South. Side of Laporte Street,
PLYMOUTH, INDIANA.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOH LADIES HAIK.
novi3-ly.
EXCHANGE BANK
UF
III K St TO A A',
Plymouth, Indiana.
W
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AND SELL Foiseigs
d Hoi.is
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coll-xi'iv-1 i.i i-,
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ju!y'20,
E. PRICE,
VI7ISHES it to be nnrierst MHl tb.it he will do
plain !n.l oanamental Plastering, ;i iron'- ;is
any person in the Mate. Also will rive ?tt. inion to
all kinds of Repairins. Whltev;;ii:i. CiMi iuev
and Cistern, or Cellar hnildins. All v.nk i - .i.i
teeil to give satisfaction. Orders iuv le:t .
E. Keeve's Grocery Store, as to kind I'm' ' n.diiv o
work desired. , uii U-om
Wl c C URDY HOUSE,
(Gl 1 11 side P. Ft. C. It. W., Wvn.sf.ih.
lud.
r rant .Mel iinly. Proprietor,
extensive accommodations.
Convenient pm!
C. L. BRINK,
pi.vTorTti. i.vn..
PROPRIETOR OF Til PLY If
I oiiih VMiiininjj Mill. - .
Lumber, Lnth,AV;ihn!t Ucd s,( iV. c .t
Somh of the P. Ft. W. & C. K. I?.. :ilo. nufac
tnrer of Mouldinmt. Brackets, v:
ail kinds and patterns, at prices more than 5J per
cent lx-lnw the Chicago and .Milwaukee rate;. ud
Aud
the work is warrauted to be interior to none.
inro.iTJX to p: oi ;;tt i v ov..u: s.
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Snr TiiilfiniiitT mniinr-t 1wn '
now lor ;roliih, SuK ty hikI I.
in Mif ,
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World's Gres.u Fire !
CaPIT Mi.
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V0i,!0'.)
-'.'iO.OIIO
L,i,yeriid Fire lux. Co., Lomiun,
Inxin uHC- Cii. ifyrth Ant'Ttnt,
" UitiJt i irriti rx," nf Xeic Yuri-. .
Detroit FirtHud Marine In. Co
Tot.il
JF.'im Uj lux. Co..
. .14,'2s:.4SO
Grand Tot d $! 40; 175
C. W1HTMOKE, Ager..
Also. Aeent for the sale of Pinnos, Or
pin!inl .Mt'loileims; give better b.-irirnins
by st-llinj: tor c:t!i. tir on time. Freight,
Drayaire, Cover and Slool always given
in bv buying of nie.
deel4-iy. C. WIIITMOUE, Ag't.
WILCOX & LEONARD,
BAKERY AXD RESTAURANT.
Oysters, Confectionary,
FRUIT, TOBACCO, CIGARS, &c,
KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
LAPORTE ST , PLYMOUTH, IUD.
LARGE CAKES
FOR
Parties & Weddings
Made to order on short notice.
jan2o-m6.
W. D. CAMERON
MERCHANT TAILOR
. AND UKALfck IN
CLOTHS, VESTINGS,
Cassinieres, Trininiins, Etc.,
He is aiso getting np clothing in the
newest and best styles.
All work warranted to
give satisfaction.
Cutting done on the shortest notice
For Sale Cheap! !
40 Acres on 6 Tears' Time !'.!
Forty Acres in Sec. 6, Town 33r range
1. Terms: part down and the balance
on 6 years time. Good timber land, and
part cleared, address
Wm. A. Place.
Manitowoc, Wis.,
Or at the Republican Office Plym
outh Indiana. aplll-Un
E. Moore. . J. West.
Moore St. West.
Manufacturers and dealers in AX HELVES tni
Pick and Hammer Handles. Cash for good helve
timber. Orders solicited.
ntL . PLYMOUTH, 15D.
By Request.
wisuam.
Through the Silent medium of the pen,
We Communicate our thoughts to men :
Though at great distance We remain, by this we Ex
press our love to Men.
Bnt when re meet. Ench other we greet, with the
Language lial v.e b;x.ak, we Eipieas our love that
is irom .ihove
W'ii'a that rf;ii;it in the form of a dove;
Language is Stvlo, linnwn Speech, and we to
God Should be tunnKiul ior Stitch' a glorious bles
sing '
Language is divine, and oiiginated with God, given
lo
M.m t;i;itliemi;etni-.ei iiand to Teatb. his neigh-bo.-
Jr',ioaU'9 jil.in.
the bi.ie 'lY; - ii'! men tl at Inngnacfe is divine,
and ot; ihe give, of all feooi-, hac mortal mn can
tini!,
Fii-st god. FxivcescTl him self to man by words, to
Show the l. n, aiier this llie gos;el was written,
that we mite moie jnliy nni'eistJutL.
See the news on her :i;'ge.. Solvation lrom god
For ell aye-. Accent ;u! Hve. leii'-e ami c'ie, has
Ever been, the gojel Civ. ilay we i.s imioitance
kvrn
and cieave to Jesns, and be Spiritually discerned.
That, which distinguishes, man iiora the beaat,
is a iit oi goi noi tiie ie.t, he hps jjveu
it to m.in, i jet he uiite um;e.ind.. his love for ns
pll over the mk-..
See, i hen the oblK.-lioiis of man, to god, tor
Salvjtion's plan, See the duiy'a weowto god in
oner
To Shun dis.iuction rod.
How could you lear to hoar him say,
Den.r. t accm 3t. lar awa v,
With S.'i.m, in I lie lowest hell,
Tuou artior ever dooaied lo dwell.
in conclusion, let me S.v, when I look, Around
and S' the prc-em Com.lon of men I am led to
believe ih.t T'luc i.h;-els will Sliokilv Slop rooliug
.. H.'ve rnn lo Smch an Eieiic in Sin lluu the
tole of I le da.!,h beil li.'s 501 to be a very Common
lldng iiie SMeut CUouibe of Uuiiiiily g.oves ave
l.'sl iilling j. iiiieiiipcinca Has coveiod. the land
of on fiit! is dMing moie gi.ivis liiau Coni.'g'on it
ao.r.vrs I apt the jK-oile ri-e -jecoiuing con,.-iiiinatil
Oe.'d mn ai-e gon io.ee.-, but let living men awa
ken 10 a Sen- of duly. At. M. 1).
Bou;:H)n, Ind.
Laporte District Sunday School
Union Convention.
The convention convened at the M. E.
chmch in Plvmouth, Wednesday evening
I .May Sth, at 7 o'clock p. m. Rev. L. Nebe
; ker t.n the Chair, Rev. J. L. Bovd was
chosen Secretary.
Sin.iin until i :-J0, was J d by
W. Ruggles.
Devoii'.nal ceirirs weie kd
James Johnson.
P. of. J.
bv Rev.
Icrv. E W. Lanhon ihen reml
teresting and able ai!dic-s upon
relaiion of I he Sunday Schools,
Secular Schools of Hie "iS'atioti."
an iii-
"Tne
to tLe
On motion of J L. Boyd, Rev. Aaron
Wood and G. W X.ish," (., were ap
pointed to respond to the address of 1 he
evening, instead of Revs. Sanders nod
Cissell, as aunouneed in the Progi-.umne.
Rtv. Bro. Nash, of Northern Indiana
Conference, was introdiifed, and Pi of.
Rugi'les sang "Sowing and Reaping."
Announcements were made, aiid ksion
adjourned with Beiiediction by Rev
Nash.
Tiici:sDAT 3li:mn-.. Muv Oth.
Convention iiiet t $ ::;0. Iiev' James
Jolinsr.u rend the 'd Psaltv, and led in
prayer.
Prof. Ruggles t )'; char-e of the inu
sic
in
and thf" lirst half hou
iimiii'-I and lira' er.
was" occupied
iicsxns-s to ihaiuliCss of the pre
vious, evenim; were made by Rev. Aaron
Wood am' G. W. Nash, Esq.
Mis. JicC'lure, of Laporte, was an
nouueed as a delegate fiom Lapoi le Sun
day School, and Rev. Uro. Slossef of the
(jeinian Reformed Church, ,us invited to
a seat iu the Ct.neniion as an honoiarv
inemlier.
Tlie time assigned lo Archibald Real,
Esq., in the Piogiamme, was assigned to
the discussion of "The relation)!' the
Sunday School to the Secular Schools of
of i he Nation," and was occupied by G.
W. Nash, Esq.. Rev. Wood, Johnson,
Law' lion and Boyd, Sr.
"Christiar; Awake!' snug bv the con
vention, l&i jy Prof. Ruggels. "
Committee on Resolutions was un
pointed, consisting of Di. Fiavel, G. W.
Nash and Uev. Sauuers.
Rev. George M. Bovd defered his ad
dress tin "The relation of the Pa' tor and
Sueiinlendcnt, to the Sunday Scho-d
and to eachother."
Ow ing to the absence of Bros. Brooks,.
Skinner, and Robinson, Bro. Fravel a: d
Law hou were npjminied to discflss the
address of Rev. G. M. Boyd.
Rro. Fiavel tnd Law hon occupied the
time they desired, and Bi-o Wood follow
ed, with some historical remarks, giving
the time when the relation of the Pastor
to the Sunday School was defined in the
Book of Discipii e.
On motion of Piof. Ruggles, Bro. Fra
vel was appointed to discuss the subject
assigned to Bro. Beal, viz: "The best
Books and how to use them."
He siKke well on the ".Library Ques
tion," thinking histories and good S. S.
paicrs accompiisiiea more than our old
Library Books.
. Bros. Nebeker and Nash responded to
Dr. Fravel's address.
Rev. Bro. Mikels, of Valparaiso, was
invited to a seat in the Convention, as an
honorary member, and requested to take a
part in the discussions.
The Convention called for a song, and
Prof. Ruggles sang "I am the Way."
Bro. J. P. Early read an excellent es
say on the subject assigned to him.
James Johnson otfeied the following
resolution:
Resolved, That the Essays of this Con
vention be published in the county papers
nearest where the authors of- the essays
reoide, or left to the discretion of the
Secretary to secure their publication else
where. On motion, convention adjourned with
the Benediction, by Bro. Mikels.
Afteexoox Session.
Convention was opened with religious
services conducted bv Rev. Anion Wood.
, Reports from the Sunday Schools of
me Lftsinct werecaina tor. James John
son, G. N. Brooks ind J. P. -Early re
sionded for Laporte. Laporte Circuit,
Hannah, SanPierro, New Carlisle, Door
Village, North Liberty, Walkerton.Knox
and South Bend, 2d charge, were called
for and no response.
E.W. Lawhon presented a report from
Rolling Prairie. Westville was repre
sented by the only superintendent from
abroad. T. Fravel, SL D.
George M. Boyd reported for first
charge, South Ben i, and J. L. Boyd for
Plymouth.
The Convention sang "Our Call," and
Rev. James Johnson gave a short address
on music, and was followed by J. S.
Bender, Esq., in quite a musical speech.
.A few remarks from Prof. Ruggles, on
music, and the convention adjourned to
give room for the musical rehearsal by the
Sunday School.
EVE SING SESSION.
CHILDREN'S MASS MEETING.
Opened l3r singing "All hail the power
of Jesus' Name," alter which Dr. Aaron
Wood led in prayer.
The Convention then sang "Pass mc
not."
On motion of J. L. Boyd, it was order
ed that Prof. Ruggles lead the Conven
lion in singing; alter which Rev. Bro.
Sanders read his essay on ' Catechetical
Instmciion." "Seek the Liitle Wander,"
was sum, "The Good Old Way" was sung,
and Rev. G. M. Boyd addressed the chil
dren. "Stand on the Rock" was sung by
request, and T. Fiavel. M. D. addiesse'd
the children. Prof. RugHes sang "Will
it ray,
tile Convenliou joining in the
chorus; and, by request, he sang "The
Evergieen Mountains of Lite."
Dr. Wood addressed the parents briefly,
and Convention adjourned with Benedic
tion by Bio. Sanders
FRIDAY MOr.XfXO, MAY 10.
Convention opened at 8 30., L. Xebe
ker in the Chair. " Heavenly Treasure"
was sung as the oneninir hvinn.
Rev. Aaron Wood led in prayer. "Un
to Him that Overcotneth" was sung, and
Rev. E. W. Lawbon led in prayer.
itespouses to icev. anuers essav, was
1 he first thing iiken up in the morning.
Rev. Aaron Wood first spoke on the
manner of catechetical instruction. A
mong other things, he gave the incident
of Bishop Asbury giving him the cate
chism, when a boy, it resulting in his
coii'dctiou of sin. "The definitions of the
oiu catecliism liaU been to him a strong
defense.
Bro. Ruggles followed. He thought
the mistake in catechetical inslitictiou
con; isted in the manner of presenting it.
Bro. Wood responded lo some points
of Prof. Ruggles' remarks. Rev. G. M.
Boyd gave his manner of using the cate
chism. Among other remarks, he said
he found this part of ministerial work
among the most dillieult. G. "W. Nash,
Esq., thought the uue manner of teach
ing was, "first to awaken a desire, in the
I cliiklivn lor in&ti ijelion, and all will be
plain."
J.N. Brooks, Ls'-,., jjave his address on
"Piayer: Its relaiion to Christian Teacn
iug, and how shall the Teacher instruct
pupils therein ?"
Respon es to the subject, were made by
J. L. Boyd. He thought the true manner
was, first, lo give the example, then de
tine it by the test authoiilies, more es)e
cially the Bible proofs. Teach the Um
niscience. Omnipotence. Justice, Good
ness, Wisdom, and Omnipresence of God.
The Priesthood of Jesus in lelaiiou to
their imii.
I General discussion took itlaec. in which
ail the members of ihe Convention took
a part.
On mo iim of Aaron Wood, it was or
dered lii. . so much of the Progiainine as
refers lo ihe Question D.awer ue dispells
ed wilh.
Prof. Rugbies led in. singing "All the
Way Through."
The Convention went into the election
of officers for the coining year, resulting
as follows :
L. Nkiikkkk, Pnvidcnt.
Joux P. Eai:ly, Vice President.
J. L. Boyd, Secretary.
E. W. Lawhox, Corresponding Sec.
T. W. Salk, Ti-easuiy.
Mnoiiijcr Dr. T. Fravel, G. W. Nash,
J. Browntield, F. Tayloi, R II. Sanders,
James Johnson.
G. V. Nash, Esq., submitted the report
of the Committee on Resolutions, which
tv .is adopted.
Geo, M. Boyd ollered the following
resolutions:
Ilexolwd, That the thanks of this Con
vention are hereby tendeied to the citi
zens of Plymouth, for their hospitality in
entertaining the Convenlion.
Jfrxolced, That the thanks of the Con
vention are hereby given to Prof. Rug
gles forhisattendanceand services.and the
excellent way in which he has conducted
the music ot the Convention; and this
Convention recommend the Profs. Book
to our Sunday Schools.
Polling Prairie was fixed upon as the
place for next session of I he Convention.
Prof. Ruggles offered the following
resolution:
Wheueas, The reports of the Sabbath
Schools in this distiict at the Convention
are so meager, and the attendance so
sma'l, therefore, be it HexUeed that we
appoint a Committee to draft a blank re
port, which shall be in the hands ot the
Secretary of the District Convention, to
be distributed to the Schools of this Dis
trict, four weeks prior to our Semi Annual
Convention, with a request that it be
filled up and ceitifiedto, and forwarded
by a delegate, or by mail to the Conven
tion.
President and Secretary were appointed
the committee.
Convention then adjourned with Bene
diction by J. Johnson.
We, your committee on resolutions, re
spectfully submit the following report :
.1. That though the Sunday School is
independent of all secular schools, having
its own field of labor, having its own es
sential characteristics, yet its advocates
and friends may gain much by working
as far as possible to build on the founda
tion of an intellectual education, and sup
ply the religious training that must of
necessity be wanting in them. General
diffusion of knowledge in the public
schools, calls for a high grade of mental
culture in the Sunday School teachers.
Since we cannot force religious teach
ing upon the masses, cont rary to the will
of the majority, nor would we if we could ;
yet we have a mission to raise the stand
ard of public morals and religious culture
In the coming voters of our American
people, that the majority will give us wise
and high toned teachers, and no others,
to teach the children of our public
schools.
2. That though many of our Sunday
School Books are trashy and weak, yet
this is no argument against S. S. Libra
ries. The people will read books -f some
kind. Good books of a high standard of
literary and religious character should be
obtained, and the children and youth
should be encouraged to use them. It
might be well for our Sunday Schools to
to establish Reading Rooms, and make
them attractive by the best of books, pa
pers and magazines,
3. That the attempt to prove the exis
tence of God, the immortality of the soul,
and such subjects of faith, and revelation,
by the common logic of the schools, in
the Bible classes of many of our Sunday
Schools, generally fails lr accomplish the
thing intended, and is productive of much
harm. We commend to all S. S. teach
ers the beautiful instructive paper on this
subject, by J. P. Early, ordered published
by this Convention.
4. That more attention should be
given in Sunday Schools, to commit
ting scriptures to memory. The many
"golden taxts" that lie at the foundation
of the religion of Christ, bhould be well
studied, then committed.
5. That music should be more a dis
tinctive feature of our S. S. than at pres
ent, by many schools. Not singiugouly ;
but the simple rudiments should be
taught. We commend the method of
Prof. J. W. Ruggles to our schools, as
worthy of our hearty support.
li. That no Sunday School teacher or
christian can teach as the Master taught
without piayer and belief iu the lloly
Ghost. Every person must comply with
the condition of the gospel, before lie can
expect to know spiritual truth.
t. The general spirit of this Conven
tion, during this session, has been good;
the work assigned has been well done ;
the papers were carefully prepared; all
present have been made wise by the
thought evolved and better by the sweet
songs and religious sympathy.
8. It is the sense of this Convention
that the Pastors and Superintendent's re
lation to Sunday Schools, and to each
other, are well defined iu the Discipline;
aud more attention should be given to it
by both Pastors aud Superintendent.
We recommend the perusal of the essay
read, by Rev. G. M. Boyd, to this Con
vention, to our Sunday School workers as
explicit on this subject
J. L. Boyd, Secy
Bourbon Correspondence.
by tattlek.
Bol riiox, Ind., May 13, '72.
Yesterday he Quarterly Meeting of the
M. E. Church was in session, and a large
number of persons were in attendance,
anu a great many gooa preachers and
other good people.
The election is over and a number of
new officers were elected, for the purpose
of carrying on the town government, and
they have already been sworn iu and have
commenced work, and already our citi
zens can feel that they have alive Board
ot i rustees anu Aiarslial.
liotli ot our brick yards are in full
blast, and ere long brick can be had of the
oest quality aud in abundance in thi
town.
"Quite a number of houses will lie paint
ed during the next two weeks in this
place and it will make a big difference in
our appearance.
Lawrence & Matchett are opening up a
very large and well selected new stock
of goods in our town this week. They
undoubtedly will be a leading firm in this
city, and will cause a large amount of
business to come to Bourbon, as thev in
tend to pay large prices for produce of all
kinds.
We have not keen away attending the
Cincinnati Convenlion ; but have been at
home attending to business. But now as
our time has been improved, we think
some of running for Congress on the
"Specie Payment" Platform. If nomina
ted and elected, we wish it understood
that we wont give any bribes, but will re
ceive all the presents offered that we shall
consider of any value.
Next week I will try and hash up a
few items for you, which 1 hou you may
have more cause to appreciate.
COL FAX
. uugiigu uwiwnu lOUllCUOQ 111 UU"
died a man' as Josey Ladle himself. He
has an unhappy faculty of getting thiusrs
mixed iu the most hopeless and inextri
cable fashion. In mutters American this
peculiarity has been manifested so often
as to be regarded as characteristic of the
Briton. Here is a ludicrous illustration
of it. Not Ion ar since a veritable. John
Bull stepped into the office of the Arlinir
ton House, Washington, and asked the
clerk where he could see Colonel Fax.
Dont know any such a man." said
the gentlemanly clerk. John looked puz
zled. "Don't know Col Fax?"
" No, I am blessed if I do. What is his
business y"
The Englishman's surprise rose to a
point of blank amazement.
" How long have you lived here, Mister
Clerk ?"
"Five years."
" Got any acquaintance at all "
"Know everybody."
John gave a curious look, and then de
liberately walked out of the office mutter
ing to himself: "Lived here five years,
knows everybody, and couldn't tell me
where to find the Vice-President Col.
Fax."
Pike Creek, Ind., May 13, '72.
Editor Remihlirrin. PnrHnn mv Knlit.
ness in writing to you, but as every neigh
borhood has i.'s ciironieler T nresnm it.
is no more than riwht. that onra slioiilrt
have one also.
Wheat looks snlpnrlirllv and trip, rpront
rains will help to improve it.
The farmers are busily engaged in
planting corn, and from present indica
tions, there will be an unusually large
crop.
Mr. Webb IS Dfpnnrinr to hnild a. lnro-A
barn. Messrs. Wyant & Chart are in
tending to build dwfilli no- houses unit in
fact every thing looks finely.
w e nave organized our Sunday School
under th
UV11JHIVUUIUV V UOIU
the best of all Superintendents.
-nr i . ...
t e uave alSo engaged tne services or
Mr. Deakon an Trmir tpafhp.r -who. to vr
doubt the best teacher we have ever had,
aunougn nis antecedents do not extend
iu vincago. F ARMER HOY.
John Coburn, Chairman of the Com
mittee on Military affairs, in the House,
recently notified Mr. E. V. Sriialley, a
Clerk of the Committee, and a Reporter
for the New York Tribune, that his ser
vices were no longer needed, since the
nomination of Mr. Greeley for President.
The reason for the removal was that Mr.
Smalley favored Mr. Greeley's election,
and from his position as Clerk, and occu
pation of Reporter for the Tribune, he
ought not to hold the office. Mr. Smalley
objects to his removal for opinion's sake,
and longs for -the return of the good old
times when men were appointed to office
for their honesty and capabiliiy. His
theory would be right if there' were no
honest and capable men, who support the
Republican party, to fill the office ; but as
there are a few left, it would be quite as
well to give the position to one ol them.
M r. Smal ley probably received his appoint
ment when he was friendly to the party
then in power, and urged his claims for
the position on that ground. There is a
good deal of humbug in this whining
about removal from office for opinion's
sake.
From the N. "W. Farmer for May.
Indiana Stork Breeders C onvention
. Call lr a Convention.
f, the nndersisxiert, bisetlers of Short Horned
came;, believing mat mnch good might result from
a Convention of lire'.ers iu which the subjects of
lmijoriing, oreat'lng, featUng and the exhibition at
lain
lnviie the al.iini! litre nnl .rn.u. e
al! nreie-ted :
D'.. A. C. Siev-enon, Gr-enca tie. Ind.
Gen. Sol. Merediio, Cambtitbe Ci.y, lud.
t .Mi les Lowder, Plaitiaeld, lud.
Cl..ude Matthev.s, Clinton, Ind.
J. -M. Woodiuff, Nineveh. lud.
John Gil:-, Sulliv.m, Ind.
David Glejson, Alto, Ind.
I'erley Aliicuell, Wooming-dale, Ind.
W. . Tlir.ishe.-, Groves- Ind.
J. T. Williamson. Taointov.-n, Ind.
1 iinnus Nel-o. Eloomm jihile. Ind.
J. J. VV. Biking-ley, S.j.iria Valley, Ind.
Koxut Mitchell. P.inceion. Ind.
f . ilhoit & Son, MechauiiAbtirg, Ind.
Bai-loc's Monthly Magazine fob Jc.ve -Frli
and Brftti..n , in-o.-aiii with romance's and
sweet stiinc- i. u.ti'if-.. vi...- - .
In.. 1I: ' ""'"'"M JMAHAZIXE tOr
; Jnne. e oouu it oage- wuh ple. -.mt auticipa
I tht ot.,lhe.?(M. "i'" io ' enjoyed, and we find
v..-vuaiuin v.e uui met wini ensao-
pomtaient. VVe ie..(. of ..avels in oiher lands of
turning baa f dvenlnres of v.ondeuui iomances of
dehciot'S love noiies, beaiitiiiit ooeiiT, wiih en
gravings of ra.e me.'.. We are never disaoooinied
in 1.A1XOU S Magazine. It is alw.ivs no' to the
ma.U. It never fl..o as will be seen by the fol'ow
uigtadeof coni-u.s: OffC'j.e Horn; An Ocean
.earner; D.wa-tu-; A Spanish Seieuade; Chinese
Scenes; S'.eae oa ihe 1. unbe ; Indians and Indian
tncampmeuis; TueO-ilvie Pride; Life's Lessons -It
iuv.it have been!' All's Well; C.nnecin
L' iiks; iue I j !( Turned; Unsolved riobloms;
I ni.ert.ie Hod; R"ret; A Mon.h in Stale PrUon
S.mng; Cuaicoal Lill; Hea.,-,ick; A Lhln? En-
iiiuiouieui; "iie.m- Tuissell's Lock; A Xi'dit
..iiuiuu Aoven.n.e; urn Yorso People's
feioEY-lELLEE Guesfc; or The Son of a Politi-ci.-n;
An Allegoiy; Tv.o Sides to it; ltuthven's
Ie.:v.leP;.ge; Cn.ions Ma,.e.s; The Housekeeper;
f.icts mi r.incies; Ihe Gie.it Jubilee. (Humor
ous liliffu.aiion-,) ItisonlvSl.soper year, oris
cents s n;,'le co,jus. Address Thomes & Talbot, 63
Congress Slreei, Lomoii.
List of Patents
issued tt-om the United is'uiies Patent Of
lice to Iudiann Inventors forihe week end
ing April 00, 18".2, Mild each bearing
that dale. Furnished this paper by COX
& COX, Solicitors of Patents, Wa'hhi"
ton, I). C.
Supporting Wairon Bodies upon rub
ber .sp.ings, Wm. A. Xichols, z'ionsville:
Manure Distributor, Daniel E. Cripe,
Pyrmout.
Lubricator fur Steam Engine, Pic-hard
. Deely, Richmond.
Horse Ilay-ltake, lialph II.-MaU'ndale,
Ilobbville.
Fence, Robert H. White, Billingsville.
Trade Mtrfb),
F.aMng and Roasting Apparatus, Thom
as J. T. Cummings, Foit Wayne.
The Xew York Tribune claims that the
removal of Mr. Smalley from the Clerk
ship ot the Military Committee of the
House ot Representatives, rave Hon.
John Cobarn, Chairman of the commit
tee, an opportunity to gratify his spite.
lucre does not appear to have been
any spite about the matter. Mr. Smaller.
as Clerk of the committee, had an op
portunity to vent his oiwosition to the
administration through the columns of
the Tribune, and to get paid for doing so,
while lie was receiving pay frcm the Gov
ernment also.
The Republicans in White county, held
their nominating convention on Satur
day the 4th inst. The followinff named
gentlemen were selected as candidates :
Auditor G-EORGE UHL.
Treasurer ISRAEL NORDTKE.
Sheriff EX OC II J. DUNHAM.
Coroner Dr. J. A. WOOD.
Surveyor- -Dr. C. A. G. RAYHOUSER
Commissioner 2d Dist. A. M. DICKEN
SON. 3d Dist. M. R. CART-
TMKT.T,
Real Estate Appraisor C. S. LITTLE.
The Tennessee Democratic State Con
vention almost adopt the Liberal Repub
lican Presidental nomination. They re
fer the matter to the National Democrat
ic Convention to be hold July Oth, in
Baltimore. They think it would be un
wise for the Democrats to make a nomin
ation. Sexokest's Young America for June, is on
our table ; it is s budget-full of entertainment of the
right stamp for onr juveniles. "Mice at Play," by
Neil Forrest, and 4fost My Luck," are continued
and become more interesting. $1 per year ; or with
a valuable premium, $1.50. Published at 838 Broad
way, New York. Every boy and girl should have
this valuable juvenile magazine.
TTriTl TW CI Khorman nitll most liltflv
be nominated. for State Senator for this
District, at Plvmouth on the aato, uy ac
clamation. He is a man of ability, and has
had considerable Legislative experience.
Laporte Herald.
tice that we a iooint the 21si. day or May, "next at
11 o cloe'e, a. m., as .lie time, and Indianapolis as
tne place tor such Convention lo be held, and -
. -cu;., couiu oe iii'iv (.isi-iiv um I no
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