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THE HUNTINGTON "ARGUS.
Yo1- L IirXTIN(. 1 ON, WEST VA„ XOVlMISKi; ~J. lST'-i. No. 24. uhc iuumujtou ^rtjus. WILLIAM F. WALLACE PublRIifr. TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. The price of this paper i* Two Dallurs* per annum. For A months, $1.25: for 3 prnlhi, 75 cents , singN copies, 5 cents each— payable, always, in «7p»»a.-c. RATES OF ADVERTISING. One dollar per square 'of one irw-h ia length. , will he charged for the t»r-1 insertion, and .'»*» went- per square, will be charged for each ad dition •! inserfsoa. — a — u a - •qtfert 2 •* 2,00, d.on ...no ft.Oll rj.iio ift.nn t “ S.on ft,on 7.50 10,00 lft.no 2<».on 4 column 5,00 h.oo |t»,su 12.00 lf».oo 25.00 i H,00 12.0*1 j |5,0« 20,00 25.00 45.00 l •* , 10,00 20.00 25,oo .to.no 40.00 75.00 Editorial notices 10 cents per line for each insertion. Marriage and Death notice* /see : hut corn - Mints upon either will he charged for at half _ I Arrhiils ill Alertlmi»t** Hotel, •'ornerof 9th street and 2d Avenue, dur tin? week ending Friday morning. No vember 1, 1*72: KHI1MY. G«*«» Wilhelm, Cincinnati: h 1 Smith, Guy sndottc; Harrison Indei* Mt f..»«; Wm Tuy • r and sister, Ku«» county, O; John C Crooks, W H Crooks, Parkersburg; Louis J Goodman, WhUtiil; Thomas huvi*. Joseph W Kirklrv. Lynchburg. Va; M U Smith uud family. Short lone; C h Maxon, G:illij ..li-; j. i» Morrall. Piiillippi. W Va: Joseph Newburg, Catlett* ►»urg: Mr Baker ond children. Paikc r-hurg; A J Shaw. New Richmond. 0: A S Swan, Iron l,*n; W S Cmxton, Lexington, Ky: II Preston, Ohio. 8ATCRDAY. S J Moore, Oak Hill, 0: Cri Traey and wife. I' rtsinouth: K G Bratutuer, Ironton;"Gco W Goodman, III; G W K Mitchell, A J Woodard. Portsmouth; hr A J Beardsley, Cahell (’ll -punk Brook*, Huntington: G Pa.ker, \V Va: Alt I» Buell, Portsmouth; Capt it II Cochran, str V Bmwv, Pittsbvrg; Geo A Finding. Galli j'dis: G W Kobin*on, fronton; M It IS u in - ^•trdner, Monitor Furnace. MCKDAY. J W Peirce, Huntington: A J Goodman, III; James M llennessy, Pt Plea-ant: Go Oscu Mir, A P Prissell, Ceredo Philip P. -gcr-, K M Roger*, K M Butler, ( l ufi. l.l . .iinty, Pa Ma ion Park-, South Point; Geo Brace, B A o B K; S G II tnigan h diver Klkin-, West Colum bia: K h Ttirnei, Mu*on canty: Otto Wte .in, Four Pole: J W Martin, lud. MONDAY. otto We man, Four Pole; h I Smith, Ben Hanley, L-.divig Schmidt, Guyaodotte; G W '•allup, Ky; I 0 Henderson, Catlettsburg; J H Stratton, ^tr Kxrhange; M G Smith, Gall! t Mi*; Wm Fowler, Cincinnati; James toil**, '•trkersburg; Thos A Morris. J II Price, Wu Matthews, t'A • > B B. KG r rummer. fronton, r J Moore C A G It R J r Tin*h \ , Gr. i „n|., by: C II M < lung and family, Cbcstnuthurg. W Va: I) U Fir wart. Cincinnati, Th -Given*. Glenwood, 'V \ a: II 11 Mill r a ink* family, • iocinnati; Wm C Wood-, Gallipoli*; Aaton imeron. Pittsburg: J L Farrell, C A 0 ll R T K II rider on, t atlett-burg. Tl KMIAV. Ilrnrjr M Amlin, Cinoinnalt; S |i D.»w, A • h I a II' I; lir„ » • i ■ llil|>, K \ ll. l, C Ii .1’. ..., ■ rt» " v .v , I II. II intlagt ■ I n'lall, (Ti,-n.ji..i, || |i Hum „ m (VrKim.n, Chari*.I,,n: A Mvir«, yt lu l .1 II, N Tin \ |i II.. k, I'h liH.lj.I.iu: II Km-kor. Cincinnati; .1 Waldron, .<i All-nnc *i U l(..l.iu*.,n, I . Hi. n, Ii il M.,r*l»i, l, I ri I r« v, l'<.r i •iiimj, h. \ roll mo, \-h .n I. W,„ M II. ......I II 11 ,, ||. iiu)1,n.|..i„.; M W Vrnnl.l*. K I, II S Ii I; « .amiih, I. ' n I'at 1‘jan. >t,Hinton, V.i, u || l,„„ir, , **, J wt fr. \ d It Inn I; s.tm .1 l#r.i\. Aril.I,, i> ■ *hn r iniH. ..rhi*. (» K . Anno. Ma<l f,> I ml; K «# '.mutt ml-. .1 \. hrrHl, city. H " Kobliidon, Iron ton. o #» h»«k*r. Win«'i..*t«r. ' '• Cnjil f,«l'aov»< i nn>1 (until , lluoltn^i.n. rm ifMMT. •t f In mu*-. ( m« ini. in. I hi. H M • imi*. ' h*.aimilr,itr •, W V . II If«• rri . A«ln.r,,|; |( I’ -wi. . Irvu lti.ri ^, \ it; I» X |latl#>», r .% n !•. .1 '•! K .**.'»I>11 .ft, fA>«irn«-1lt« |,u|w./ ' P *• .iyi«it«|«<91• *'lfir|-.- r.|n<r. p..u,. } " »», A Mu ! ly. I'ify .M i. h rnt.hr, .Mi * • l • < ..k 1*4 A I# N »• ii I. • I " N V win .'III, 11 “ft t m i,. .1 A K * mil* III; John Mnrri-, IV> to "• ^ I’lvinimr, hnnkm-tille, ll M •»» r. II im tn,... 1} w K .binr n, liotiton; It * ^wdlignt/, I’iiM’iiinati. l"rK' 'll''. IV » l« nrti Ill'll II Iim.i'iin * ■ i i- ■ > i" Inin I" cri*. !. , , i llir |T"|irif|r o' (..ninni: j I In!, in lliihiii,n|.,r, Thrr. ir. K’.'i'.l l,,.|.f. it, Cnl,,'i H,„| '|f iiit-^>u..I n, b* t-ik, n in lini.f ihf'n Mlir **i> ,r, \ r*rr 0„nr^,t w|,jc|, ",1,1 1 " <■<■">*• rtf.) inton Kii r .-rnun I, ni I ' " J«rc riiorit) * r nr the Argus. IT THE IMVEU. Fall M> W At.I.Ai'K t.in Friday, October Liith, by invitation, we (bur IIuntiagtonians, after a short de bt'. caused Vy the disposition of o r horse to matte a retrograde movnucnt and not i.eitig properly balanced, its bind feet were disclosed to rise up in chvser jruximiiv to tiie dash-board than was agreeable to our feelings; we bad to -wap horses the first horse wonldn t—the second one did go took a trip seven miles up tile river, to ■"‘■a Fannie Fuller's, at ltussvIGrove.oliio, to a tanners dinner, it is tiie custom ol tbe farmers Club lor each farmer to give a dinner once a year to the Club and it, tit ed guests. 'I lie forenoon was clou tv lint pleasant. About noon it commenced rain ing which made it unpleasant out ol doors Hut this inconvenience was .more Ilian compensated (or by the attractions found in the larie, roomy house, the hiippvcouu tenancts of all. and especially the smiles and agreeable conversation of li e lair la dies who graced the occasion with their presence, (iallioiolie, Swan creek Mil lersport. Rome, (Quaker Bottom, Gut un done. Ironlon, Gieotiupshurg, Ashland and linntington w.-re represented. The farm products exhibited hv ('apt II. N. Gillett, Mr H Gardner, umi Mo-Fan nie Fuller, were a- tine as tveever saw comprising Pears, fjnincis, Apple.-, Corn. Turnips, Squashes, Potatoes, l’otii| kins, C'Miihllotters, and be. ntiliil B. quels Tin- table was spread in a large Hall which was decorated with evergreen*, wreaths, and our National Flag; and the dinner—words cannot express our feelings when we looked on that table. We thought that culinary art had exhausted all i<s re sources Whoever tries to excel it has got a big job on hand; we think it cannot Is di 1 I lie countenance of every per-on who leit that table was significant ol tin- fi.ee within. The fair hostess had kind words and ge nial smiles lor all; there was nothing to mar tiie occasio ; smiling (aces were every where visible; eheerlul conversation and merry ja-als ol laughter cuiulil be lieard in every room; it #»< h jolly time to every body. After d nner an artist, Mr Tealord took two splendid views t»f tbe house, guests nml farm products. Ilit- Huntington guests certainly enjoy ed the good things and the company, for they seemed oblivious of time, either in consequence of eating too much dinner, or el e because the society of ilie ladies wn* very enticing, tor in the evening two small boats passed down, which appeared so latge to their mortal vision that they knew they would not be able to make the land lug, and it was only hv strong persuasion * bey could I* induced to allow the third boat to lie bailed for them . logo home in awngoti was out of tiie question-it rain A OIKST. /*»»• ih* 1/nuttnffhtn Atiju*, l’IIOS|*| I TX IIIIM.IIT. ••Kvrrj llurk C Ion.I IimIIi » kll%er lAitini;.** Many of our fellow citizen** arc* looking on l lie dark side, but liiend*, I here is a brighter side. Where if there a town in tin* or any other cotin'n, ti nt has had h brigher past, present or future. Only fix :ren months ago, the fir-41 house was budt, aod now we have it population ol 3V*KM* people and daily increasing. We will admit that at present huaine-s *» dull, till* is the dark side. New Vork «tty hitM it*, dull times, why should we ox p* ,-t to he busy all the tune' Look to wards I*if*h*•<o»**lf That dark cloud if la-t di-nppeaiitig. &00n l) • f A O |,V L will We/iiten tip our fir .ire prosywc?* L ok to the sr.ttth* w• -t. ihar cloud is hr* a kin/, nn«| the light ol the Lexington A |?ig li l»V will nit'ii hngh’vn the pros pects o. our young «*ity; nnd to the West that cloud Vis a *dver% b'.ing Soon will •»'i the clou |f uf our imagination Himp P*m»- and we will see t*nc ol the brightest •dace*, with the hrigl.tr*1 future pfe.-perrs • I fttij t •« n or place ol ilie earth Ail We w Hlit is men with c op to drive bi-i nc-* riot to wait for husirie-a to drive them \% e lo*e*i imn to Work an.I «t*on will fortune come In our opi-ion. a P’.k c n *ter -larled with better pro-pc. t bonk to the east, in other cloud has di« ni.p. irr.f Hnd we ee* thi K <‘ar "heel Co. the st'ir of tlo* «;i«i. has ap peurud Still fii" i er cloud i* disappear ing. nnd we \* ill ...*.n -r* i* hotio.rted hv the 1 A • IIt ( o i'tefof. another A Util.n.»\ cold w I- t.!*»W, \ oil w il see f« population 01 |,,<t Hn more inhnhi tanta iid.hl our uiieady prn-in-rui to’* n. 'l’alk of Hunt • . 1 - «»1 *i •• - n*.a ’•ever1 not while there s- c* a I a> I mm in the West Vi, . , ,.4 ),o - an I r.u'.<-:vd- . t»* tcnng'hne Irom :.;i .1 n « *- » s And -till another I i- *!>• *| ;c:,rin» the arrange non l* ha* • r* jud bet u mad* with an Iron Furnace Co to locate here.— The completion of the C A t> K R i, a|| that prev elite their commencing opera* tions. A* noon ae the ore can be obtain oi. then will we »ev uianulaclure com menre Until then all we have to do i» to remember that every dark cloud l,a. a eilvery lining. Young men. if you fu ore proepecta are nr bright an the pnwpecte of our young city, you can ehout glorv with a will. ’ AUUHKM. To ll.r llrmorrun uiid ltib«ru|« ni r( Went Vlriinia, II}® * entral Campaign Committee urge the importance ot at mice adopting l® deemed, jiecesMiiy to »ecure Oil* «leeu»ral v«*te ot the State to Horace tireelrv and B Grafs Brown, the standard hearers et llu* party in the present earn vase. I hi* work ill iinvnediatslv and directlv devolve upon the people themselves, us the Committee is entirely without tumi* Our opponent* arc thoroughly organized through the instrumentality of the post master* and revenue officer* of* the Mate, aid are backed by the patronage ami treasury of the general government The c mteal on our side is one of reform and right; ‘.heir*—w rong and corruption. We recommend that each county inatt g urate the tight at once, and depend upon home effort and labor to accomplish the work at once The Com n. it tec reipiest that you freely communicate with it a* to tin* progress of the campaign and tin* needs ot the re«|*er. live localities and whenever in their jH.w.r to lend tt helping hand, by furnishing speakers or otherwise, will cheerfully do But the contest mast mainly depend on individual effort. Much arid effective work can be done bv per.-onal exertion in ascertaining the names and localities o voters, by personal appeals, by the dissem iuution o' such documents as vou mav fie able to obtain, and by vigilance at the polls on the day of election While tree to acknowledge that we were disappointed in the result of (lit* October elections, yet these by no mentis settle tin conlest. The struggle on tbe fittli of Nov ember will he more open and lair, as our adversaries will he unable to mass their forces in one or two Mates as they did in October, and from the very nature ot the case fraud* will be circumscribed in thi. wider field of contest. Our op|iotiei. b boastinglv claim that they will earrv the electoral vote of this State, and t*» this end they arc not only working ipiielL and ef fectively, hut are tis-ng the franking privi lege and the fK»-t offices to rife t their pur l"»se* ^ c must meet them at everv point with argument, effort and lalior. working a* though the result of the election wholly depended on the electoral vote of tin* State It mu>/ be it will dead, the contest. Mirr a careful analysis ot the vole wt call your attention to the following table a* evidence ol the encouragement which , presents itself to us and which should be an incentive to continued effort. New \ oik 35 | North Carolina II New Jersey '.I | Georgia II Indiana 15 I Tennessee 111 ('oiinecticir f» | Texas H i ali forma f» i Alabama l'l Gregon J I Missouri 1 * VN e.-t \ irgmia 5 I Kentucky 11 Honda 4 ! Maryland 8 Delaware 3 i — Virginia 11 j 1ST I he firegoing State* we regard a* c< r Inin for firm ley and «>r.»wn The following we plate a* doubtful: *Biio 21 Mississippi s " isconsin jo Illinois Ul New llatu|iwhire 5 — Louisiana a 7‘J Aikitn n* «, Democrats and Liberals, for the *ak* of fa*ace and country, let it* grasp the living issues of the present, and with closed ranks and firm h< j* pi-*-* forward with united columns. H« \ F pKiitri^T, J W < MM I.AIT. 1’ L Kimoi.kit. A 1’oi l. O K, n LChxvwkk, Stale I nmpa'gn <Jun tniflec. H L Cu \x mi it See v I i-fn . Wheeling* \ l'lli lO> A IIH. MM!1 II. II. A .tcaiiiVnat with ti heavy I* a Hi ntir ftharf .hi* area ami |>Hrt ol her '■arifo wna a lo, 'molive nr> l ten.ler; on r|:, »i*le of lire lemlr-r wert tlic.e I viler. |, A II N l( It I I..- i. a mm r il iedir.iiion <>t proym-aa iIihI .ava m»re rl.an n nva.pajirr |.nra^ri|.li* In Iv-. than 11 month* Ac •' X fieri t,t m* the lOi'ODtnltvr •I raw it v n *rnin iij t > Mir ntw -h p »t Niniii nr«»t m'ul Till Atrour, hm«l*<l pfteeengtrr for U < ).»• *n*l hi i the Enel. " J bt re s a gc« «l l ine coining, 11*%*: Mihinm-. —lblTvr«l Y.riinm l.otl K CHfi* Agency m lirm/iif ri'ir rilv Ir% the r>n t'*« of person* in •]iffV*r»*«*C p>rt*« of ib** • M|n|rv, by ilirir e*trn« v* n iverli-mg — I hey are curr« -j*o .i» will* pai*iM « tj. iNni.-y %«» !»* \ irkinii* North l nrojilu* kinlfldio. in relation !«» u.e (■•iU.*rpri»v» in ti. - pi nr f ^hihihm W > f>o»n*rA I'o. hn»r 7*».on • -hiritfl.*« for eft!* \-r\ rh. np I •(five '>*rr lbe I’o*l office liiiveii«b#tle m to bnvr n .lepot el !a-».— • firm lor (*t|yan MUT or l.tTfLKk Henmining in the Huntington poet-office, «»iMuh«*r 31, 1*72, which if m»t called lor in •ttMay j*. will Ik* sent to the dead letter office Howling. Miss Matilda. Martin, I* 1. Chatter. Wui It, Mercer, William. Carlw, K II. Mahan. OW. Denhv, |> |t. Murray. Terrence, Diokcn, J L X, Merry. Dinah, Dunlrry, D It Palmer. Ilensell, l»* rl. John. 2 Powell, Kills, francisca. A, Richardson, Ja« G, 2 faster, S It Kus«el, Susan, Fan ton. II II. Ratiick, Isaac, feather. Her .Ins It, Knock. Lew, Gilbert, J Rosa, Daniel, '• *r l- ii ,t Ricketts, Roberts, Rev S W, Hunter.Charles, Smith. Miss Auti. S Mill, n»os C, Sutrrburg. J no W, Hall. Mils Ruth. Snider. I II. llervcy, J C Stearns, George, Ilarmcr. M, Tboiuas, W K Kaid. Martin, Trent. William. I.crgrant, Mi*- Mary W. Tenellc. James T, Lackney, Sam R, While, Henry, Morris, \\ m A, Webb, Jackson, Morris, Nancy, Yost, Silas. I iat of letters held for postage, October 31, lST2 which, if not claimed within 7 day*. w ill be sent to the dead letter office forrell. J S, Pittsbuig. Pa. Marshall. Charley. Raymond City, W Vn. Shafer, J anu s K. Kliiabeth. W Y a. Strong, Miss Liixie, Wilkrsville. 0 M II 11 Kt fOKS, P M a.1*1. “Vpon that night when fairies light, t)u Caoilii lmwnnn’s dunce. Or o’er the lay*, in »plendid blare, t»n spnikling course* prance; Or tor Colcnn th« route i* ta’en, ’ llcncath the moon'* pale beam*; Then up the cove, to *tray anil rove Among the rock* and streams, To eport that night. “Among the bonny winding bank*. Whcie Doon run* wiinpling clear. Where llrm e.. ca ruled the martial rank* And abook hie t’arrirk spear, S-.in* merry, friendly country folk*, Together did eonvene 'i o burn their nut*, and pull their stock*, And bold their Hallow . Yn Full blythe that night. Tl»e above arc the two first verse* Burns’ beautiful poem ol “Halloween,' which is no much enjoyed hv the Scotch h*;hn. especially in the country; the super Milieus of Scotland leach that on thal tiight. the lairiei* arc abroad, dancing light iv on "( i**ilis hoMiiH s, (aoriie liimom green hills, on the estate of (he Karl o Cnasilis,) or prancing through the air, on blazing coursers. Some of the youn^ •olka of our town, tuislook themselves fot fairies, we presume, and they also mis took the 3Ut!» of f.Hitoher for the .tint, am Marled out to prance through the streets and do mischief on last Wednesday night We were sitting in our study, thinking. Thinking ull our trouble* o'er, W h n suddenly there rntnr a knocking. Knocking at onrparlor door. We wondered who it could be knocking— Knocking at our parlor door— And Wondering we went and opened, Opened wide our parlor door, When in there tumbled, without warning. Right upon our parlor floor, \ great big stick of wood And nothing more. 'Irtlk about your Burns, when did Bums ever writ*- any poetry like that? >m • m - m \ i it m:h s. IliNriNGTo*. November I, 1872. River lulling with nhnui twelve l et in the channel iinvigation having thoroughly opened, the packet# nave ail resumed their respective trades. The Fleetwood made her appearance on Thursday night, for the first tune since tlu closing of navigation. I lit le egraph An I Ohio have in»d< their second trips I iie Andes in^de a trip to Wheeling ami returned 1 horsday night, ami will he uj on Sunday night Again tor Wheeling I he Arlington went through to I’ltts hurgh to h’*d for Memphis I he Kate J’utip.m went through to W hee ing, a i I will |»e flown on her regu lar •iay, 1 m-lay. I < rip.- in ili* Ohio not P'lrtlcimt • In 1*1 (ml »p tnneli coal n. wim r*a<ly lo I’OIII*. lull ilirn- w*re p*v*rnl loan cam* • lown, luii not rnoiijih lo r*(i«v* ti.i- waul, t». tlu r* wap a »*r> I tfhl .apply In-low I he K maw ha roue enoiitfli to |*t th« l\im* ll*tfi*r vvntiir* lo l.harhMon lor ihr lii-l ton* pine* Ian! *printf. I n* *1*1.11.. r II. I( llnilmin <mIIi.|,.| with n ll**t ol «oal at I'll Ip tm rgh laat **-k, aiul punk in nlimit ihirt**n f**t water, ah* am ... l.y w «|lr Oiani-d I.y i a,,t. 1. Pi, K„..*iaml ..in*:, ol " »t"l hail InI.l up rarly in tli -PP.U. and thofi.iiphly r*pn rr.l ami ha.l ju.l PMrinl nut an I wml to I'lllnhartfli to 1 mil lor Cmeinnan We Irurn that ihfr* p;|p a •mail nfiouinl of inpiiranr* on h*r, 1 'I'* Imp will not I.* in-ary Tlu r* ltp I,. I* „ tfr*at ih-maml -or laliot*r* i.n *i, ami r. at pr.w. 1,1 ihrl'lmrl*) llrowu. that ip,.) up jit* t hI-.i\i a I ih* Cali or n Ijock. «iar(*.| a .a 'lay. utfo. ami PH* ofi.riutf $i.-i ,.*r imu.th iu*n. pi-1 c. m I.l nvt tftl a .apply IWt, ml Hi* »re hrh.iuj (on* nn mooii.i O. Ill* .can III ol lnml. Why ta it eof 1*. they aj) w.i!,1 e,.,v ui home lo wlr for firrrleyt t he river is tailing so last, anil the wea ther settled so clear and cool, tha" we tear that navigation will not remain open above v.rv long HOt'fclAL (.■It.l.l.lil HALLY. Wpcrcls b) llmr| a. Walker. *'n last I 11 reday evening, the (ireelev «'luh. pursuant to notice, had a 'arge, cti lliusia.tic meeting in their Unit, which w as addressed by that splendid orator and effective speaker, Henry S Walker, Ka.) ot < harleslou He did not undertake to car. rv Ins audience a »ay l.y indulging in vituperation of his opponents, or in person - al defamation, but, with a masterly hand, lie arraigned the ltadical party tor their acts ol oppression toward the South, their (irruption in the North, thr general profli gaov and want of ability shown by the of ficers of the government lie showed how the Treasury of the United States, under lUuitwells liia> a.ement, was made the menus of oppn--sing the poor and of heap ing up gold in the .-oilers of the rich, by wliuli they were ennbled |n give thousands to the |"l pose of debauching voters and carrying Stu:(-s fur (irant as Pennsylvania Was carried, he showed that the favors of the government, in the Southern States, were all lor the nigro, and the w hite man had no chance; in short, Ids masterly ► perch was so calm, so conclusive. Hint the Ifti'lu-als who were present were astounded, tnid could not deny his tissi-riions. ( I he good ellccts of the speech w ill be seen hereon election day. I'.I'IV IT|I*S\l. MkKTINO AT I »l*V AVDOTTF - A meeting in the genera I interest of edura ion will he held in the Baptist Church I (iuyandotte on tins, (Saturday) evening, at 7 o clock Addresses will be made by Messrs. i ’ado, Simms ami others. Hi vrtNi.roN I'lutM iouy.—Another indi cation of the thrill and prosperity of Hun tiugton is the Business Directory, which our young friend Mr. John McQuigg, has got up and circulate I. The business men, whose cards may be found (herein, appfe ciatr a first-wins* medium of—making forourself known We are surprised at the absence of quite a number of busineas ardadrom the Directory, hut are assured they nrr only temporarily absent. We learn that hr w ill make up another Direr toi \ a ho t the Hr*t of January, at which time every business man in Huntington should occupy nt least one square QiiYh*. a number of the sq uires have Already been taken. There will be a calender for ls7.'J, in the Directory, together with a ftv hie of the arrival and departure of tha steamboats and trains, and other item* that will make It attractive For space* j inquire of Mr McQuigg 1 To tiik flint. IIK1 —\V|> wic), lo my ti.nl in pulili.iiii.^ religion* not ice., we poMixl. all Vith which we are furnished. If there are any items of interest, «»r notices omit 'e«l by us. it ia simply because we are ao^ furni-hed with ifterti. Our columns ara open to all denominations alike • T* it rami i NO. Ilev. Mr Robison, of th*. Christian Church, w ill begin a series meet in.’** at Burdick* flail, commencing on November Otl. an I continuing tw<* week* day and night All are inv letf t<*» attend. ot*tkrs.— 'chord mfiflier—“Big hoy, de cline oy-ter* ” Big fw.y I'lea-e *ir, 1 neve* decline* ny-tem, I love*'em too well.*’— Schoolmaster. Well then, puree oj®-. • ter* 9 Big hoj -<rv*icr*f llotlfl common. third jH-reoft, plural numt.fr objective ahut ' govern«*d by the propoftilio • if- you have If"1 nut. ah I if you have, fdtn*e to give n o 1 Home. Seh Hilmftftfrr —"flood l»r>y ; go up head * A K Young, of (to- s;,|r Sal*»r>, Bur dick* Dh*:k. 1 hird Avenrj , keep* 'em. If you wiut to eve Home nphiMJid jewel r y and w it tehee, cull at Woodcock * *iort on I bird A ventie in 11 >• r|M r A WrM* • Htorr. He hn* -iMiie <A the lie* -t American W'atcl • e*, I'a ten I I'miou, J'uient Beguhitor. and *evrral other p.tent* lie ha* al*o, ®ome beautiful clock*, itr time Imn a call ^ Baptih? I in *< N —The Ihipti-t Oiurcb I Muuti igton etp - *i m founnerioe a inert 1 ii g ai Burdick Hall o?» the >ai>trdav |». - tor«»th# t'h Sunday in N oimher. Ker J i l.ca tiiiiHii of Marion coiliiiy ImVitig prom *wl i«» tnaki them a \i*uat tWaiiime I he t mm n * hiking around t«. recur** a purmm.ent pa-tor. hut until they do *», Be\ A M >iu.in* w 1 Continue t*. preach — K«o B t Nile, Agent of the I oilege uL Coabuianth will prutch nr\i Suadpy evening at 7 oclo k. • Vrtain ptrtive wt.-U too t ga* w rk* he. e If they will no *o iftitnrdiftlclv, «<• »i' giro tliem tin- p-iri'tg