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On amlafler Hun'lay, November Sd, 187 J
train will nm aa lotinva: ine nt. imiuis
Exd-mi run daily j nil oilier traiu daily 3aa
tiny X"itd.
The Ft Line' on I Rvnress will stop onlf
t ljveinl,Oreunrll,Cliiili-oh. Ilainilrn,
Athn mill toll's Landing. Kaal Lineg'iing
ill atop at HlaiKlicoler, alia, other
traias stop at nil staitoas.
Stations: Mall. Kat T.. Pit. Ex.
CinftnnjiitM.mH.M.l Mam lu Warn S3pm
Uhilli.-oth......lt 3om llpra 1 fain
Richlan.l Far..li supm 1 09pm S 3Um
Haimlf n...ia U,ra 3 11pm I IMm
NoAtiii......... 1 t-Hm 3 :llpm t o3am
Vintoo ....... I l:lpm 3 topm 3 oiam
Hki. .......... 1 8.1pm 3 48pm 3 09rr1
Hon Furnaee... 1 Mom 3 Mpm 3 17a fh
Parse: burg .. 4 63pm 'pm i Warn
Ftalinn. Mill. FastL.
Parki-raturg ..... 60.tm lUnra
Hon Furnace...... 1 Worn 11 30 im
fcdesal 1 Mpm 1114am
-" 1 iipm II '6am
He4Ti' 1 stpin 11 62.im
Hanvtc 1 Mpm 1H m
Wichlaed Fur... 9 l:im li l:ipm
Clnllicoth... 3 15pm 1 0im
Oinciuuati. ..t lopm S Oupm
14 61pm
3 tfpm
3 s.lm
8 44pni
3 47 pm
3 Mpm
4 iwpm
4 66pm
9 UUpm
The Zaleski Accommodation going east
leaves Chillioothe altt ua. m., RavavilleT o
Richland Furnace. S Hamden arrive ( 46
depart 9 SM. McArthiir. 9 65, VmtnnlO 36,
E.leiki HI U. Hoinif Wr.-4-ZalesKi 4 OOp.m ,
Vinton 4 an, MeAittwr 6 no, llnmden, am
I SU-depart 6 6l, Richland Furnace, 4 20,
kaysville, 4 60, Chdlicoth. I .
will Lsav Hanadao M It .. and 4 oop.m
arriv laa; at Porlsmourh at 11 10 a m. and 7 OOp.
m. Returning trains ill leave Portsmouth at
I 4 a.m. and 1120 p.m., arming at ilarndeo
at U.4j a.m. and 6 20 p.m.
Tramsonnneeta; Loveland for all pninla on
ha Uttle Miami Railroad, and at the Indianap
olia aad Cincinnati Railroad Jnncll .n for all
points Waal; at Athena, with tha Colnmhua
Master of Transportation.
IWIC roB a tuck from Wilkesvillc to
Hamden and return every Monday, Wednes-
clav and Friday, for ihe accommodation or
passengers, making cloaa connection Wltn me
mail trains on the M. a 0. K. K. 1 will alao
carry express packages sh'PPl to or from
those uoiutt by tha Adam Kxnress Co.
0HAELE3 W. BARNETT, Proprietor
WILL run regularly to McArthur Station
to meet all mail iraina.
Haek leavea McArthur pout office al 14.00
o'clock, M. each day, to connect with mail
orders left at the poat office, McArthur, or
Dnndaa, prjwpuy attf nnra to.
Hamden, Wilke.tville and Middleport
HAVING the contract for carrying the mail
between the above poinia I will be able to
luruiili conveyance for passengers nnd their
baggage to and from said points on the follow
ingdaya: From Wilkenville toflnnden and
back on Mondays, Wedneady and Fridays;
and from Wilkeaville to Middleport, Mciga
Co, and back, on Tuesday, Thursday"
Baturdaa, lOHN I.KV1S.
Tbe Scarcity of Moucy
Is in a great measure caused by
sending away to other tjwns or
cities for ar.icles that can be
found just as good and cheap at
homo. If jou wish a very fine pic
ture of yourself or friends do not
be deluded into the idea that
5011 can do better by going to
Chillicothe, Cincinnati and other
places without first calling on
0. J. Billing hurst, of McAr
thur. No artist has a better
reputation for doing good and
honest work, and nothing in the
picture line is too dificult for him
to undertake. See his advertisement.
Wilhoft's Anti-Perlodic, or Fever
and Ague Tonic.
This great remedy possesses
all the properties that are
claimed for It by its discover
er and Us manufacturers. It is
not a panacea for all the "ills
that flesh is heir to," but it will
cure chills and fever, hepalitus
and splenitis, attended with
hypertrophy ot that organ, sun
painf, congestive chills and all
levers of miasmatic origin.
Bead the testimony of grateful
hundreds who have enjoyed its
blaxsingi and see what they
$500 reward is offered for the
man who has taken the tonic
faithfully according to direc
tions and who will prononnce
himself not curedl Bring up
the man and get your money,
if be can be fonndl The tonic
js safe, Bure and speedy. It is
cheap because you do not re
quire it in long drawn out
The Midnight Horror—Croup!
is instantly and efiectually
layed by giving Dr. Ransom's
Hive Syrup and Tolu or Honey
Syrup. Tbe lives of many suf
fering children have been sav
ed by administering this valu
able remedy in attacks of
croup. All families where
there are children should keep
it in tbe house. Price onfy 35
cents per bottle.
Dr. Miller's Magnetic Balm
Does it contain electricity? It
cures as if by magnetic influ
ence neuralgia and all pain,
and is therefore being properly
called Magnetic Balm. See
advertisement in this paper.
Dh. BowB9, Dentist, McAr
M tjroadwnjr, K York,
13 the beat ayatero of moj -rn ahort hand
liiing. Hy its aid reporU'ra are eiahled
to wnto vrrbitim the epaaohe of tha moat
rapid Ulkera, willi the graateat ease, ltiaa
branch of atudv a aaaily learned aa any of
tha common branches, such a reading, writ
ing, arithmetic 01 grammar, and may be ac
quired by any child tnnt can read common
print readily, lis character ara as fixed
ana certain In their meanings, aa legible, aa
philosophical, aa beautiful aa thoe now in
common uee, are more systematic, and more
readily learned.
The great utility of Phonograph la fully
roncedod by teachers, student, buainesa and
p roleaaional men. The demand fer ttnnoi
rnphers is grcjdrr than Uie supply, and con
abtntly imtwamng. It la a aura and eay
stepping stone for a young man or woman to
immediate, permanent an I respectable em
ployment, at salaries of from fl,5U0 to 13,000
per year, as reporters for newapapers, oivil
and military eourte. Legislatures, Conven
tions, em, or as clerks in the offices of rail
road, telegraphs, lawyers, phyalcians, mer
chant and manufacturing houaaa, and in all
Ibelwfnrtmenta of tm Kationnl liovernmem
and aa aecretaries and amenusiaei. Tht re is
no Held of lubor ao certainly remunerative,
and nnnreful art so easily acquired.
To the Inwyer in noting down testimony
and leferencea, an I In preparing (list dralt of
brtefaand oirer leral papers it is invaluable.
Tnthderg)msn, in preparing hia sermons,
to the pubho epeaker in preparing n dls
cour-e, loany peraoit hsvingatudiea or cler
ical duties it will save 'U percent, of time.
PaREN'i'8, why net have your children
learn Phonography a useful and beautiful
art, a refining amusement, a uniqa accom-plixh-nnit.
In any vocation ol I fe II will re-
fay many times its coat in monej-ume nod.
ery style of the art commencing with the
sn.ilysis of words, and proceeding to the mo-t
rapid reporting atyte-m 'lean farm and
manner, with audi fullness ef explaaation,
and completeness of illustration, and with
such otl er features as to fully adapt the worf
to the use of schoels and to sell -(attraction.
Price, li; by mail 12 20.
Mr. (J i alum latheaulhor of a Phonograph
ic luctionary, Readera, and other work, also
publisher ot a newspaper called "The Ktu
diMit'j Journal,'' devotea to the advancement
ol Phonography. Bend for a specimen num.
her containing a full description of the vara
inus works oj Phonography which are pub
lished by him.
Address! ANPRF.W J. GRVtiAlf.
i.frb ya broadway, New York.
the new postal law we are aupplying Ihe peo
ple with our fine wirkel white metal ware, of
triple electro-silver plate, poet paid to any
part of the country direct from our mnnufno
Notirithttanrfing a large Advance In nickel
ire still otler Ihe goods, both plain and fancy
patterns, ntformer factory ralea.and will mail
anv quantity al these prioes, on receipt of the
Butler knife, pickle fork, augar ipoon nnd
nun kin nm. ach II no
Teaspoons and nut picks, hall dna. 2 6H
i est n Knives.iorks and spoons, nan aoi. t uu
Table " " " 6 00
Replatingnf old ware tn the best manner, at
one half of these pneea.
We will mail to any address photographa
ami price hats of -our FIXE KILTER
11e manufacture ol which is a ipecinlty with
It is onr privilege to refer to the editors ol
all Cincinnati religious weeklies.
In what paper uid you see our advertise
ment? HAN.IU,ROBIX.SO'V & CO.,
64 Fountain square, Cincinnati, Ohio.
31octl87i 8t
One door west of Dan. Will & 2ro'.
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Persons wishing to purchase lands farms or
town lota In Vinton 0' adoining counties will
And trade to suit them by calling.
Persona wishing to sell lands, farm or town
lots will have a good chance of doing so by
leaving description, etc, in cir hands.
oct2a MMn Street, Mo Arthur, O.
Dr. Duponco's Golden
They never fail, and may be depended npnn
in every cace where the monthly Hv hn
been obstructed through cold or disease.
l)UP)NCu'SiOltEN PILLS alwaya give im
mediate relie. A lady writes: "iJiiponco's
Golden Pills relieved me in one day like mag
ic." The genuine are now put up in large
wnite boxes containing double the quantity of
pills, and upon each box yon will find my
"Private U. JS. Revenue Stamp." Upon the
stamp see the words liUPONCO'8 (iOLDEN
PILLS, in white letters, without that none
are genuine.
Remember the genuine is In the white boxes
Full and explicit directiona accompany each
box. Price fl.oo per box, aix boxea I6.ua.
Sold by one druggist in every town, village,
city and hamlet throughout Ihe world.
Bold in McArti.ur, U.,
By O. V. SI8SON. Druggitt.
Sole Agent for Vinton County.
By sending him 11.00 threngh the McArthur
O.. Post Office, can hare the pills sentconfl
dentially, by mail, to any part of the country,
free of postage.
8. D. HOWE, Proprietor, New York.
A"e Ilbutmted Edition. J. W. Wataon author of
"TheUUIca.it." BMHlitJI UTated,fromrip
imal ietigm hf Bdwari L. tlauj. Complete in
one targe octavo volume, in uniform style
with "The Outcast and Other Poeme," being
&rinted on the finest tinted plate paper, and
ound in green morocco cloth, with gilt top,
gilt sides and beveled boards, pnes Two Dol
lars, or bound in green morocco elotn, with
Sill sides, and beveled boards, price Three
Abort iooilt for talttm mlUcoUeHtn. ar eam
ietqU ttill ts seat, poM-foid, to aay oa, per rafw-a of
, on any om r aunap im pnot or u to fAe tmotlM
30A Chestnut St., Phil-delphia, Pa.
Agents Wanted.
For the great sensation of hygienic litera
ture, our digestion; or,
Dr. Dio Lewis new work Is an immense
saeeess. Saves money, worry, and precious
health, aad shows how to live well and grow
fat nn II a week. Agenta are coining money,
and doings world of good with l. Thesanre
chances still open lielay not, out addresa at
once, K. HANNAFORD CO.. Publishers.
177 West Fourth street, Cmoinnao, 0. omar3
Notice to ihe Stockholders of
the Oa'lipolis, lie Arthur
& Columbus Railroad Co-
ALL parties having subscribed to tha cap
ital steea; ol theO.. Me A. C. R. R. are
hereby requited to make payment to th. Sec
retary of (he Company, at his offlos ou the
Public Square, in Oallinolis, Ohio, or if more
convenient, to banlel Will, President of the
Vinton Conoty Bank, at McArthur, Ohio, of
an installment ot five dollars on each share
so subscribed, within tea days of this data.
Augoai iu, isfi.
Vlaegar Bitters are not Til Fancy
yrtnk, made ot Poor Kum, Whiskey, Proof
(pulls and Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced,
in.l sweetened to please tbe taste, called
Tonics," "Appealers," "Restorers," c,
iat lead the tippler on to drunkenness and
uln, but are a trie Medicine, made from tha
Mtlve roots and herbs of California, free from
ill Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the Great
Blood Purifier and a Ufe-giving Principle, a
ferfect Renovator and Invlgorator of the Sya
m, carrying off all poUouous matter and
estortng the Dlood to a healthy condition, en
ichlng It, refreshing and Invigorating both
Dlutl and body. Tlicy are esy of adtulnlstra
Jon, prompt In their action, certain In their
esulta, sale and reliable In all forms of disease.
No Person caa take these Bitters ao
sordlng to dircctiuns, and remain longnn well,
irovided their bones ara not destroyed by
itinera! poison or other means, and the vital
rgans wasted beyond the point of repair.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache,
aia In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the)
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of theStom
ich, Bad Taste In the Mouth, Billons Attacks, Pal
pitation of the Heart, InDammalion of the Lungs,
Phln in the regions of the Kldueys.and a hundred
Mher painful symptoms, are the offsprings of
pyaBepsIa, In these complaints it has no equal,
tnd one bottle will prove a better guarantee of
its merits than a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Complaints, In young or old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood,
)r the turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so
leclded an Influence that a marked luiprute
ment Is toon perceptible.
For Inflammatory and Chronle
ftheumailsui and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indl
icaUou, Bilious, Hemllteut and Intermittent
Fevers, Diseases of the lilood.Uver, Kidneys and
Blatldcr, these Bitters have been most successful.
Such Diseases arc caused byVltlatedBlood.whleb
Is generally produced by derangement of the.
Digestive Organs.
They are a Gentle Purgative aa welt
as a Tonic, possesaing also the peculiar merit
3f acting as a powerful agent lu relieving Con
lestlon or lurtammotlun of the Liver and Vis.
serul Organs and in Bilious Diseases.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt.
ftheum. Blotches, Spots, Plmplcs.Pustules, Bolls,
Carbuncles, Ring-worms, Sculd-Ilead, Sore Eyes
Erysipelas, ltcli, Scurfs, Discoloratlons of the
Skin, lluuiors and Diseases of the Skin, of
whatever name or nature, are literally dug up
tnd carried out of the system In a short time by
the use of these Bitters. One bottle In such cases
will convince tbe most Incredulous of their cur
Itlve effects.
Cleanse the Vitiated Dlood Whenever
you find lu Impurities bursting through the)
ikin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores ; cleanse it
when you Dud U obstructed and sluggish In the
veins ; cleanse It when it Is foul ; your feelings
will tell yoa when. Keep the, blood pure, aud
(be health of the system will follow.
Grateful Thousands proclaim TlSFnAK
Bitters the most wonderful luvlgorunl that
ever sustained the sinking system.
Pin, Tnpe, and other Worms, lurking
Is the tystcm of so many thousands, are effec
tually destroyed and removed. Says a distin
guished physiologist t There Is scarcely sn indi
vidual ou the face of the earth whose body Is ex
empt from the presence of worms. It Is not up
on the healthy elements of tho body that worms
exist, but upon tho diseased humors and slimy
deposits that breed these living monsters of
disease. No system of medicine, no vermifuges,
no antliclinlnitlcs, will free tha system from
worms like these Hitters.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons engaged
In Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type
setters, Gold-beaters, uud Miners, as they ad
vance In life, are subject to paralysis of the
Bowels, To guard against this, take a dose ot
Wai.kkr's Viseuar Bittkbs twice a week.
lltllnus, Ilemlttent, and Intermit
tent Fevers, which arc to prevalent In tho
valleysofourgreatrlvcrsthroughout the United
States, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio,
Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Ar
kansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke,
James, and many others, with their vast tribu
taries, throughout our entire country during;
the Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so
during seasons of unusual heat and dryness, ara
Invariably accompanied by extensive derange
ments of the stomach and liver, and other ab
dominal viscera. In their treatment, a purga
tive, exerting a powerful Influence upon these
various organs. Is essentially necessary. There
Is no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dr. J.
Walker's Vineoak Bitteks, as they will
speedily remove tho dark-colored viscid matter
with which the bowels are loaded, at the same
time stimulating the secretions of the liver, and
generally restoring tha healthy functions of the
digestive organs.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White Swell
ings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled neck. Goitre,
Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent Inflamma
tions, Mercurial Affections, Old Sores, Erup
tions of the Skin, Sore Eyes, etc, etc. In these
as in another constitutional Diseases, Walikk's
Vinegar Hitters have shown their great cura
tive powers In the most obstinate and Intract
able cases.
Dr. Walkera California Vinegar
Olltera act on all these coses In a similar
manner. By purifying the Blood they remove
the cause, and by resolving away the eirects of
the Inflammation (the tubercular deposits) the
affected parts receive health, and a permanent
cure Is effected.
The properties Of DR. Wai.if.R'8 VlNEOAIl
CiTTKiu are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carmin
ative, ymrltious, Laxative, Diuretic, Seda
tive, Counter-irritant, Sndorinc, Alterative,
and Antl-Bliiona.
The Aperient and mild Laxative proper
ties of Dr. Waliik's Vinegar Bitters are
Ihe best safe-guard In eases of eruptions and
malignant fevers, their balsamic, healing, and
soothing properties protect the humors of the
fauces. Their Sedative properties allay pain In
the nervous system, stomach, and bowels, either
(Tom Inflammation, wind, colic cramps, etc
Fortify tha body against rllaeaae by
Riirlfylng all Its fluids with Vineoar Bitters.
o epidemic, can take hold of a system thus
Directions. Take of the Bitters on going
to bed at night from a half to one and one-hnlf
wlne-glosariiU. Eat good nourishing food, such
is beef-steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef,
ind vegetables, and take out-door exercise.
They are composed of purely vegetable lngre
llenta, and contain no spirit.
k. h. Mcdonald v co.,
Druggists and Oca. Agts., Sao Francisco, Cat.,
k cor. of Washington and Charlton Sis., N.Y.
Ten years of a nnb
It) lent has proved lr
Crook's Wine of Tar tc
bave more merit than
any similar preparation
ever offered to the pub
lic It la rich In tha
medicinal qualities ol
Tar, and nnequnled foi
Tj.,.."Ii. diseases of the Throat
Sfijt a55Lt '"d Lotus, performing
ntvJ t,le MU8T KEMAR,tABL'
v"". aw Mtw r sEy a V AAJli
cures all Congha and
Colds. It bag cured so
many cases or Aathraa
and Bronchitis, thnt II
bas been pronounced a
apeclfle for these com-
filalnts. For Pains In
ha ltMB.1 Mi ,1m. .
.VliaAW slack, Uravel or KM.
aE3k2aSv n.T Uiacns. 1)1
Of the Urinary Organs. Jaundice, oi
any Liver Complaint It has no equal
It Is also a superior Tonte,
Iteatore the) Appetite,
strengthen the Nyatem.
Beatores tho Weak anal Debilitated.
Causes the rood to Digest,
Bemovea Dyspepsia and Indisreation,
Prevents Malarious Fevero,
(lives tons to your bysteum.
That Pale, Tellow. SIcHt-LooHdj SUz
la chamred to one of fresh now, and health.
Thoae Diaenaes of the Akin, Pimples
Paatnles, Blotches and F.rnptlons an
removed. acrofnln,Herofnlona Dlaeases
of rhe Eyes, White Swelling;, Uleera
Old (tores or any kind of Humor rapidly
dwindle and disappear under Its Influence
In fact It will do yon more good, and enn
yon more speedily than any and all otliej
J 'reparations combined. Wbttiiltt It Is na
me's own restorer I A soluble oxyd of I rot
combined with the medicinal properties or
Poke Root diverted of all disagreeable qnal
Itles It will core any Chronle or Loag
Manelinar Disease whose real or dlreer
eauas Is bad blood. Ithenmatlani.Palnt
In Limbs or Bones, t'onatitntlons bro
ken down by Mercurial or other polaons
are all cured by It. ForHyphllls,orSyph
Utile taint, there Is nothing eqnnl to it
A Irlnl will prove It. ASK FOR DR
Wb will famish tbe Re'cord and tht
Cincinnati Gaiette to subscribers t
PhiDelta-Theta Convention.
Tbe Annual Convention and
quarto-centennial celebration
of tbe Pbi-Della-Theta frater
nity Was beld al Athens, Ohio,
Wednesday and Thursday, May
14lb and 15lh. This society is
a secret organization, existing
in the different colleges
throughout the United States,
tbe purpose of which, is the
improvement of the intellectu
al and social abilities of the
students, and the formation of
a stronger, and more confident
and animated spirit of friend
ship between student and stu
dent, which could not be form
ed otherwise. It is customary
to select some collegiate town
in which to bold the conven
tion, and Athens was chosen
the p'ace. Each Chapter is en
titled to one delegate, and only
one. The convention convened
on Wednesday morning, and
was in session two days trans
acting tbe business of tho fra
ternity, On Thursday evening
a literary entertainment was
given for the benefit of the
public, the lion. Hansford
Smith of Hamilton, Ohio, and
Mr. 0. 0. Perry, ol Indianapolis,
Ind., being the orators of the
evening. A crowd of about
seven hundred persons assem
bled at the Aethaneum intent
upon hearing the noble and
distinguished speakers. Mr.
Smith addressed the audience
in an able and eloquent man
ner on the 'Origin, Growth and
Progress of the Law." The
speaker viewed his subject
from a historical standpoint,
commencing with the law as it
existed in antiquated times,
and noting the different mcdes
and changes up to the present
time. The production was
noted lor its profundity of
thought embodied in it, and
the eloquent manner in which
it was delivered. Mr. Smith
submitted the floor to Mr. Per
ry. In an unaffected refined
and mellifluous manner, Mr.
Perry presented a ''History ol
the Fraternity." In December
1848, the first chapter of this
fraternity was founded at the
Miami University, Oxford, 0.
During tbe course of the last
twenty-five years 'mid the ex
cessive turmoil, tho unceasing
vituperations, the unremitting
contempt ol the sister Iraterni
ties, the Phi-Dclta-Theta has
increased from one chapter to
nearly forty .comprising a mem
bership oi nearly two thousand
and to-day she stands second
to no other fraternity in exis
tence. This fraternity is wield
ing a powerful and mighty in
fluence for good over the broad
domain reaching from New
York to California; from Mich
igan to Georgia, and it reflects
nothing but honor and credit
upon the person, who is mem
ber of the same.
After the literary entertain
ment was over, the members of
the fraternity, accompanied by
their ladies lor the evening, re
paired to the Warren House,
where a banquet had been pre
viously prepared. At eleven
o'clock they partook of a hear
ty repast, the tables being ar
tistically decorated with such
palatable viands, as would sat
isfy the most inextinguishable
desire of any person, after
which, the guests retired to the
parlor, where all seemed to en
joy themselves to the highest
degree imaginable, until they
becamo weary and then they
dispersed to their homes.
Take it all in all, the conven
tion was a grand success. Ev
ery true Phi-Delta left en
thused with higher and loftier
aspirations, with a more ardu
ous and zealons love for the
cau89, and with a fixed deter
mination to work for the pro
motion of the faternity, look
ing forward with high hopes to
the glorious and illustrious fu
ture which surely awaits it.
V. D.
Ilollovray's Pills and Ointment
Tbe blood vessels become
the channels of disease and
death when circulating a poi
soned fluid. It is by disinfect
ing tbe diseased blood that the
pills cure all internal disorders.
Sold 78 Maiden Lane, N.Y.
Price 25 eta. per box. Ask for
new style; the old is counter
Hunting Snipe.
Among our own huuters was
a trapper named Sbep Medery
a lively roystering moun
taineer, who liked nothing bet
ter tLan a good joke upon any
umfortunate pilgrim'' or hten
der fool" who was verdant
enough to confide in hii stories
of mountain life.
"What a nightl'' said Sbep, as
the moon rose broad and clear
"what a glorious night for
drivin' sniptl"
Here was something new.
Two of our young men were
eager to learn all about the
"Driving sniptl what's that,
Shep? Tll us about it."
"Did ye never hear?" replied
Shep, with a face expressive ol
wonder at their ignorance.
Why, It's as old as the moun
tains, I guess; we always
choose such weather as this for
drivin' snipe. The snipe are
fat now, and they drive better,
and they're better eatiu' too.
I tell you, a breakfast ol snipe,
broiled on the buflalo chips, is
not bad to take, is it, Dick?-'
Beaver Dick, who had j jst
arrived in camp, thus appealed,
growled an assent to the prop
osition contained iu Shep's
question; and the boys more
anxious than ever, pressed
Shep for an explanation.
"Maybe," said one ol them,
''maybe we can drive the snipe
to night and get a mpss for
breakfast: what have we got to
do Shep?"
Oh well," responded Shep,
it you're so plaguey ignorant
I'm afraid you wont do. How
somever, you can try. You
boys get a couple of them gunny-sacks
and candles, and we'll
go out and start em up."
Elated with the idea of hav
ing a mess of snipe for break
fast, the two young men, under
Shep's direction, each equip
ped with a gunny-sack and
candle, followed him upon the
plain, r-alf a mile from camp,
accompanied by some half doz
en members ol our party. The
spot was chosen because of its
proximity to a marsh which
was supposed to be filled with
snipe. In reality it was the
swarming place for mosquitces.
"Now," said Shep, stationing
the boys about ten feet apart,
"open your sacks, be sure and
keep the mouths wide open,
and after we leavo you, light
your candles and hold 'em
well into the sack, so that the
snipe can see, and the rest of
us will drive 'eai up. It may
take a little spell to get 'em
started, but if you wait pa
tiently they'll come."
With this assurance the snipe
drivers left them, and returned
immediately to camp.
"I've got a couple ot green
'una out there," said he with a
sly wink. "They'll wait 6ome
time for the snipe to come up, I
The boys followed directions.
the sacks were held wide
open, the candles kept in place.
There they stood, the easy prey
of the remorseless mosquitos.
An hour passed away, and yet
from the ridge above the camp,
the light of the candles could
be seen across the plain. Shep
now stole quietly out of enmp,
and, making a long circuit,
came up behind the victims
and, raising a war-whoop, fired
his pistol in the air.
The boys dropped their sacks
and started on a two-forty pace
for camp, coming in amid the
laughter and shouts of their
companions. 'The Ascent of
Mount Ilaydehy iV. P. Lang
ford, &crihner8 for June.
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