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: f 1 M'ARTHUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1872. :
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Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road
On and after Nov, 8, 1872, Triaha will
run as follows :
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Miles i .rF8fS"53lsl3l388 -J5S
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G1XOINXATI EXPftEHH will ruu dally
Allother Trains dully, except Hunday.
CINOINSvrl EXPRESd EAST makes no
ton botween H 'linden and Athens. ' . t
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Portamoatk Branch. '..
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Mp.h, drlS A.M. .
t00; I :.;n.io-""
(1.46 A. M. -1 liTaf. ".
lr.os " 4:oo""
Trains Conneot at Loveland
For all points on the blttle Miami B-illroad,and
nt the Iiidianitpnlls AC'iiioiniiatl Bailroad Juno
tloirfor all polnU West.
W. Wt PEAIinpY.' '
ifnnUirof Trai'portntlon .
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Great National Short Line Route
East and West.
Only Direct Route to the National
Capitol and Eastward.
On and aftr Moh l;iy, November 19, Trains
will run as follows 1
.... . Dttpart ......
P irkorn'mry ........
Arrive ... ...
Oepiirt ... ...
Wnliinitlou .... ...
W aihluirton Juno'n.
6 3.1 Am
! US Pin
9 3.) Am
1 80 Pm
8 44 Am
1 12 Pm
B 05 " '
6 01 "
10 0O '
11 SO Pin
0 41 Pm
8 SO "
8 SO Am
1 1 00
II 45 Pin
8 00 "
4 85 "
10 M "
6 00 Pin
Pallniii FalaM Drawln; Boom Sleeping 0rs. .
Which areasoomfortable, cleKuntly rurnlshod.
andalmonteqiiHl to a Are-ilde, are on nil Trains
from Olnoliimiti to Baltimore and Wimlilng'ton.
HeeSuhaluleof v arietta andUlnoinnatl Rail
way for time of arriving aud departing from
if nArthur. '
The advantages of this route over all other
is, tnai it gives an travelers nommg niruiiKu
tickets the privlloge or visiting lUlilinore,
Philadelphia, and the National Oapltol free.
Time quiuker and rates of fare lower than by
any other line.
The tuenery along this Railway Is not equaled
for grundour 01 till Continent.
TO SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT.
Tills line olTors suiierior InduminunU-tthe
rates being one-third lower tnsnd frmn lltoii.
New York, or any other K istern point. In or
ilerlnir aooiU of nvdii.orlutlon from the Kunt
srivedireiitions to ship iia Haltlmora A Ohio
IV. ls.,nrMl InshlpninK Butt lve same dlreotlona.
Kroiulitsahluiwd be this route will have ic'
pstoli, and lie handled with enre and saw
shippers mnoh money. J. I.. W ILSOH,
M iitorTr.nHiiortutlon, Haltlmora'
(i. It. BLANOIIAKI),
Ueu. rrelght Ag't, Baltlmerfl.'
h.M TOLH. "
n. B. JONRS, Oon. Tlcknt As't, BiiUlniore.
Oen. Pans. Az't.,Oimilnnnti.
VA-lsTTD AXiX A.
23 MILES THE SH0BTE3T. ;
3KYPRE39 TAISa leave IndlitnapolU
dillv. except Sunday, for 8T. LOUlet anil
TUB WUdX. , . ,
rIIB only Line running PULLMAN'S rmW
brated Drawlng-rooiii Bloopliifr Onmlroni N.
elnnitl, and Indlanupiilli, to
b. IxjiiIs wllhoiil
ra'senirori should remomber that this Is the
(ire it went liouua itoute lor Kiinwin. ny,
' Imavenwortli, Lawrenoe, 'l'iieka,J lino
tlon City, Port Hcott and BtJoioph, .
EMMAIITO TO KANRAH. fnrthopur
t.WlUirN I O posof.nlnl.lllill)(r tliniil-
rtoiTur 111 nuw immiM, wilt nnvn 1 1 imrni uinuiun
Inntlou mailHititlrolrfjiror by thin Lino. Hat
'nfiiotury oniniritiUUo., on regular rnt will w
Hithh 'ii uiiiuumMi unit mrKH iir(ia ititwiimb
tootltort nnd their baKHK, aniUrnnt onMll
..l..l. .ulll k. .. k.I I II.. ... 4V lnuiia.
Iliiti BinniK win liipiviiun ilia uiuli t va s-
blo term , prenatiting to . (
' COLONISTS AND FAMILIES
nnncomforUsnil aernmmndnt.lon as are pro
.soiited by NO OTUKIt ROUTKS. , , .
TTOKETSesn be obtained st all the nrlnelpal
Tlckot Omons In the Ksstern, Middle ami
southern mate. .
) 0.18. FOLMJTT. '
General Pasenger Annnt. at. Louis.
. KOHT. RMMBTT,
" , Ktstem Painirr Arenl, Indlnntpolll.
. .JO II It 1?. HIMPHOU,
Uorl ItipsrlgWadBoij Iadlauollf.
Cleveland, Columbus. Cincinnati and
On and alter MONDAl.Muv mti.ltm, Ex
iirem Trnln will keV , tOLUMBOS kail
OKKdXLlNB ami akkivi ttt poiuu nmed be
Colli in hub
No: 2. '
10 :80 pm
410 p m
. So. I.
, . 2 :00 pm
Koclieitor. . .... .l:80in
wew Yoflt uit.y,.aB0p m
uri)HUinu..,.,.. lvi-iop ra 63ft pra 3tin
PiltHlmrg 86pm 126 am 846pm
Harrlsburg 7 15 a iu 11 25 1 ra 2 40 a m
Hiuiimore ivwum nupm
" n I. i m WH . I (J III . V tl p 111 .......
i'UU,Mlul,hli..vll 15 a nf , li pin Jf "
L.rnuiue . ii ovum lunm oooam
For WRwne ... 80am 115am llS5am
(;liicKo .;. . ,. i.iiin pm riioim eeop in
rJ&iSNo. 4. leaving Columbus at 4:10 D. m
bus aTbriiiiKliCareld Delaware for Springfield.
iruin no. 9 on me Uiiumuus Hoomng vai
Uiy Hiiilroail connect witb No. 4Traiu. TltroHgb
Tinketa for snip Bt Athens. . ' ' t i
- rABS en Ij kh Tit aims returning arrive ai
Columbus at 12:30a m. 11:15 a.m. and 9&) a. m.
6Palace Say and Sleeping Cart
un Ail Trains.
t.'o 8" leaving Columbia at 2:36 fc A, on
iiimAV. runs throiuh without detection, by
kVIn anA V . 'V'. W n.Hl.ot Roll Villi
arriving at New York on Monday moruinK &l
6:40A.M. . .
. For particular Information In reitard to
through tickets, time, connections, etc.. to all
points East, West, North and South, apply to
or twu i68 K. f'uitLi.uoimnoiis.unio.
K.8. FLINT, uen. Superintendent.
' " jAMEa PATTERSON,
Gun. Agent. Columbus, O.
EUGKSE FORD, .
Passe - -'-nbuiiOi
OHIO & -MISS. RAILWAY,
la the Shortest, Quickest
and ouly Road l umiing its en
tire trains through to .;. ;, .
ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE
Oar arrangements anil eoii'
nections witli all lines from St
Louis niiil Loijisville are per
feet, Reliahle arid coinjilet for
This is th" shortest and let
route to Kaina-4 City," Leavfn'
wortli,. Attdiisoti, St.-' Joseph
and to all points in Missouri,
Kansas nnd rJebhiska.
in for rniiT.i i r'o-;: tin ie a 1 1 d
faj e,';',vHitre. obt.iiin.t,n ' 'at any
iv. ik. Venice wi iu uur 1'inv.c in
CilH'inilflti. 'I . "
K. OAlitiDP, Oen. East Pas. Agent.
W. II. HALE, Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agt.,
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
GREAT THROUGH PASSENGER RAILWAY
To all Points West, Northwest
THIS IS THE SHORT LINE VIA INDIANAPOLIS.
Tlu ureiil Throuuh Mail und Kxnress Pas-
nmir Line to St, Louis, KaiiHax City, 81.
.losiiph, Unvur, Shu Knuicisco, and all points
in M lasouri, Kansas and Colorado.
TI10 sliorteatauu tniiy iiireiitroutoni iiiuniu
apollii, Ladivettc, Terro Haute, Oamliridge
Cltv. bpriiiKlleld, Peoriu, Burlington, Chlcuao,
.Vlilwiiiikmi, 8t. .Paul, and till points In the
Nrthwet. ' '' '
Til Indianapoiu, Ulncinnati anil uaiayette
n.iiriiml wlLh Its ooiinoL'tions. now offers pas-
sniiKevs more fuvllitiHH In TliroiiKh Conch anil
Sluoplng Uur srvlo than any other lino from
Oinolniiutl. having the S'lviinli'gu of Through
Diiilv Our rroinuiiioinnati 10 01. lhiuis. nan
. ditv.St. Joseph. I'onrla.BurlingtoD.Chlctgo,
Oiniih:i, and all Interineillato pointa, presoiiting
toOolunUUiiiii Kamillos simli eomforts and
aoooiiiiiiocliUions as are alRinlort by no other
TlirouvhTloketsanil Baggage Checks to all
Tral'i'islesveOiuelnnatlatyiJO A,.M.i S;00 P.
M ., and 9:00 P. M. . . . ..... .
TickcU can be obtained at Jo. 1 Burn
llouse, corner Third nnd Vine Public Land-
.n . . . . .. n 1. u.ii ann Him man u ijhuiii..
corner I'lum and Pearl Btreola. Cincinnati, O.
Be sure to purchase tickets via Iutllanapolii,
Oinolnnatl and Lafayette.ltallroad.
; K. LiDltlt, U LuHAItltlNUHE,
Chief Tlokel Clerk, Maater Trantportatlon,
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
On and after Doooiulipr 10th, IWl.Trulna will
un aa lollowiil
Athena B.8U a m.
i:io r. h.
6.40 r. M.
1 -00 A.
1:90 A. M.
8:80 . "
Columlius... :6U A, Mi
llt.liurwll. SOW P.. M.
Uoelaud... iM "
XoiliU 1X:1 "
Dayton .... 105
lllf.hinond... :80 ."
Indianapolis 6:10 '
rhlcaKO ,,.,.)9:lo A
Oli)vi'nnmtlnn'mitn,t Lancsstnr for Clr
nlnvlUO, 7nii-iVlllo, mid all imhitH on the tin-
lUiinatianu iuinkihkiiiii .um7 unimwi, w
Oirmit connections made at oluiiiluis for
Ouytoii. Hrlngtl'l.l., ln(unnapoii, unicngo,
und all imllits West. Also, for. Olaveland.
liiirli. I'lttnlMinli, and all points Fast
'ivku ili. Ilnnklnir VHllnv and Pan Handle
route to ( IiIciiko and the Korthwett.lt la the
shortest ny sixty-six nines, giving passengers
the benefit of quicker time and lower rate
than by any other line.. '..
, , , , J. W. DOIIF.ltTT, ,
E. A. BUKLL aen'l TICKOtAi'l.
To the Stockholders of the 0., Mo A.
, & C.E. E. Co.
ALL persons having sulisnrlbed to the Capi
tal Htoc.k or the (iulllpolis. MoArthurA
Coiiiiiihns Kallronil Oo era hertiiiy rrqulred to
mako pavilion 1. to the Heuretiiry of the Compa
ny, at hlHolllue In GHlllpoll, Ohio, ami parties
li ving In Vinton county. Ohio, may make py
niciit, If more convenient, to Daniki. will.
I'riwlilent of the vininn uouniy nana, instat
mania on IlintrlllbtorllltlonS as follows t
A 4th Instalment of 10 per oon t., on or before
July 81, 187. . u
A 5th Instalment of 10 peroent.,onorbofor
A niril.t 91. lH.
A nth Instslmentor 10 pur cent, on or before
k 7th Instiilmontof 10percont:,onor berore
n.,i,iiwiios tH79. .;,.
An 8th inslalmniit of 10 per cent,onor before
Nornmhnr 8JI, W3. . ..
APth Instiiitncnt oflO per cent., on or before
Doreroberaa, iK7t." 1 - ( ,.', .
By order or Boar J of Directors i ' ' 1 ' ' 1 '
' ' Beo'y G., MsA. ft 0. . I. C
i. a '4 bVT .
D. B SHIVEL.' 'V.,i
ATTOElTET A'l' XirVW,
a a -r rwA -w -w - -k - WW 1 1
..:.Jl0Alt'mUK.-. UfllU. " ,
Virill 4m ncAM kIi u. arrn I tillall taMa
entrusted to hleoare In V in tou and adjoining
counties. Qycrln th ReeoraerOflif.
J. M. MoQILLIVRAY,
A.TTOH1T1BT, AT LAW,
MoARTHUR, ' OHIO. .
TTfTlLL attend promptly to any bnalnas
any Courts of Vinton anu adjoining oountlea.
Orrifii in theCourt llouse. Ou Stairs. 13-tl
OT. QUMNINp, !
, ; MeXRTHUW, OHIO. ,
OJTICB-ATDRDG 8TORE, MAIN STREET
U. S. CLAYPOOLE,
(ProsaonUnr Attorney of Viatoa Const j,)
WILL practice in Ross, Vinton and adjoining
counti.ei. All legal business entrusted to
his care promptly attended to. -"
HOMER C. JONES,
M.' ARTHUR, OHIO.
OFFICB liT boob Weat of Dan. Will A Broa.
Especial attention given to the eol lection
ofolalms. .. i-lT
CHARLES W. GIST,
Attorney at Law and Notary Pnlili(r(
Z ALE SKI, OH IO.
WILLattend all legalbualnesa entrusted to
hlaoare. Supply of Blank Deeds and
Mortmiaes always on hand. Office-No. 12
West Wing Bainbrldge Hlock.
PORTSMOUTH, OHIO. ;
J.WtVARNXR - Prcjrator
THIS Hotel Is In the moat convenient par
of the city on FrontStreet.between Mar
i IT I U n .1 CA.a UftaA.
(pearly Opposite State House
THI9 HOTEL l furnished throughout rith
all the modern Improvements. Guests can
r,.l nn Ilia luul trnntmnnL anil Varv low bills.
Btreet Cars pass tills Hotel to and from all
. L.J J f
THIS Hotel, a rew feei rrom nn uo"
Depot and where all travelers upon all
tralnacan take meals.lios Just been greatly
enlarged and thoroughly repaired, painted,
a s . . muUn fnv tha Tat.
n.. una i now n wmuirw -
Dr.I.T.MONAHAN. - Proprietor
npiIIBHouae.formefly the Isham House, has
JL been tliotougniy renovaveu niiu uu
fully Mrnished. Having superior facilities,
everything will be done to make guests com
fortable. Table always supplied with best
marketafforda. Nloely furnished Rooms and
cleanest. Beds Good Stables. . Every effort
made for the comfort of patrons. All charges
DE? GOODS,. &o.'
ESTABLISHED 18 YEAES
f: :J.' fow-BXiXi :
. .' T'vaOLBSAl.1 PaliKB:N '-'. ' 1
cry goods And VNof ioNSi
i. .... ,ii.. i. r. .;..U-Lr hVA:Kl7fi.4il
Front Street rorUpiouthj O.
J. F.TOWELL Is agent Inr several Mills1, and
nla house Is headquarter for louny . desirable
makes of Eastern' Moods:1- All goods 'will be
sold at the lowestiHMsibl prices. --
Close Cash Hovers, First Oinat Time, Trade,
Wholesale Peddlers and Fbrnacemen Are par
,B..; E.. HIGOIJiS, ... JBEQ.,
. ........ jijf jurrj-0 f " - "
MANTLES,., riTENITTOE. &c.'v &cM
;.V : ioca-.-A-asri i'Oiiio;;.''
OOl) assortment of Marble constantly oa
31 hand. All klndl of .
Done to order In the llnoit stylo
rlUB Is .to Inform all Dnaleri In proprietary
I. Medicines and l hers, that we have given
the exclusive sale of Dr. KADCLIi r JS'6 great
remedy, i : .. "... ...
! Seven Seals or Golden Wonder
To SAMUEL REKVES, Sr., Kaleskl, Ohio, Sole
ARont ror Vinton Countv, Htato of Ohio. We
have been fonelvinr applications to fill brders
for the SEVEN HEaI.8 OBtiOLDEK WON.
DEW frpit) parties Ip the above and adjoining
counties. Hereafter all orders from t)eahova
county must be addressed to the above Agent
In order to recaive atteutioib . . '. i
,,-Mr. SAMUEL EEEVE3, Br ;
Keeps a large supply on hand, and is ready to
All orders and , eatablleh. sub-agents In said
""""'l"'. 't. C. KKNUIDT CO.,' i
Proinrleliors, Plttsbure, Fa.
...October 80, 18T.-8in ...
ON MARIttAUH.-Happy Keller for Yoiof
Men from theeffects of Errors and Abuses
in early Ufa. .Manhood restored. Nervous
debility oured. Impediments to Marrtsgere
niovsd. N.w method of treatment. New and
remarkable remedies. Hooka and tlrculari
tentfree, In sealed envelope.
Address HOWARD A 6KO0IATI0H,
.$ South WW tU, Phadljhlvra . ; l-t( ,
. ...J.kAUi.J'...Aii..V '') c'iil.-.iivV1. ,'-.i
THE . GIC1AT
EDITOR AMD PBOrRlETOR.
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Fifty-Six Oolumns of Reading
. Contains ALE THE NEWS,
foreign, domestic, political and
general, with full l and reliable
market reports.-: 'Each number
also contains several short sto
ries, and a great iriety of. lite
rary, .agricultural matter, etc.,
etc., constituting, it is' confident
ly asserted, the. jmost complete
weekly newspaper, in, this coun
try.' '. . . ! , ..:'"''.
TBBMS, $2 A YEAR.
Inducements to Clubs :
Five Copies, one year ... 9 00
Tea Copies, one year, and aa extra
copy to tha sender ;., IS 00
Twenty Copies, one y ear, aadaa ex- -
traoopy to sender... B5 0O
Fifty Copies, pneysar, and aa extra
copy to aepdsr t. , (S 00
Parties sending clubs as above, may
retain 0 per cent, of the tnoniy re
ceived by them, at commission. 4
Persons desiring to act as
agents .. supplied with epecimen
bundles. Specimen copies sent
free to any address. All letters
should be directed'to ' "r "
NEW TORS WEEKLY FEWS,
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Snf Yor City ?t C3c, .'
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Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. MINUTES
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. MINUTES OF THE
SCIOTO DISTRICT COUNCIL
SCIOTO DISTRICT COUNCIL OF
THE CHRISTIAN UNION
WHICK CONVENED AT
MT. PLEASANT CHAPEL
ATHENS COUNTY, OHIO.
NOVEMBER 8th, 1872.
j 't. : :,''(, 't... ; ., ;
The Scioto District Council of
the Christian Union of Ohio, met
at Mt. Pleasant Chapel, in Athens
County.4 November , 8th, ,17Z,
and oriranized bv electinff ivev,
VCW. Kloher " Moderator, and
Joseph Nichols, Secretary. Com
mittees were then appointed Dy
the Moderator. as follows: ? !
On Unfinished, business Rev.
Joseph Anthony and J. Nichols.
On Slate .. and . Wishes of the
Churches -Rev. T. Kline, J. A-
Maiiindill. . ....
On Publication of Mnutes
Z. Stevens. : . . .
On Pulpit , Service -Hey. T.
Kline, Samuel . Moss, Charles
Ballenger, polomoh Leasty. :,
On Mules and Megulations
Joseph Kline, J. Nichols. -
On Publishing Interests J. A.
Martindill,' Rev. T.Kline, Sam
On Bible Cause "Rev. J. An
thony, Z. Stevens.
Ou Sabbath Schools Hey. T.
Kline,, Charles Ballenger, Jos.
Kline. .;, , ,
On Statistics Samuel Moss.
, On Fraternal Relations Rev.
Joseph Anthony. , : i
Council, adjourned to meet at
8 o'clock A. M. Nov. 9th. , .. ,
i , November 9, 8 o'clock A. M.
Council met pursuant to ad
journment, and was opened with
appropriate religious services by
J. JNlChOlS. ; ... ::.
After which the committee on
unfinished business made the
following report: r !.;.." .
Wltmtts,"lteT. lniira wss held nnder
cuusure by a resolution or the Scioto District
Council of the Christian Union of Ohio, passed
. at its session held at Pleasant Chapel, Vinton
county, April Tth, lmliand '
Wbxbiab, Said Rev. A. B. 8ollars has had
charges preferred against him for immorality,
and notified thereof to appear before this
Council at its session held at Pleasant Grove,
mvh(l, That we, the members of this Dls-
tilct Council, refuse to recognise the said Rev.
A. B. SoUara, aa being a minister of the gospel
iu good standing in the Christian Union. :
We, yonr Committee on State and Wishes of
tne unurrnes, sunmit tno following report
Eood. Their wish Is for a triumphant success,
lav their stakes be strengthened and their
cords lengthened that their bannermay be un
furled throughout the length and breadth of
weiana. . - ,
Report on publication of minutest'
We, your committee, recommend tlio publica
tion or the minutes of this council in the Mo
Arthur KNQDiBs,astheWlTNiasia not pub
lished at present. '
We, your ooinmittee on Rules and Regula
tions, suggest that we adopt the rules govern
ing the State Council as laid down In the
church directory for the government of this
We. your committee on Publishing Interest,
submit the following report:
Being convinced or the importance of the dis
semination of a purely religious literature
among onr people,- vie would suggest to our
mlplstorsand lay members to use all the means
in their powor to increase the circulation of the
Christian Witnkss in their eongregatlous and
among the people generally as soon aa the pub
lication of said paper is resumed. -
We would also recommend that all the friends
of Christian Union everywhere would lay to a
helping hand, so far as they can, to resume its
publication as soon as possible!
We, your committee on Bible Cause, report as
follows 1 '-!
That we believe the Bible to be the word of
God, and sufllclent for our rule or faith and
practice, and recommend it as such to the
churches and families of the earth.
We, your committee on Sabbath Schools, re
port as follows!
That Sabbath Schools are organized In all our
churches, and are in a flourishing condition,
with a few exceptions, so far at we can ascer
tain. On motion of Rev. T. Kline, Brother Moses
Gabriel was received as advisory memberof the
Council. Council then adjourned to o'clock
P.M. - ...... .
I O'clock P. if. Council met pursuant to ad
journment, and was opened by the Moderator
with appropriate religious service.
We, your committee on Fraternal Relations,
report as follows i
Conceiving as we do the Importance of Union,
harmony and co-operation among all Christian
denominations, a a means of advancing the
kingdom of Christ and dispersing the clouds of
a christian body,
v to . fraternize with and lelli
the fill lowers of Christ upon tlio fundamental
doctrines of our holv reliirion.
un motion tne committee on statistics was
exonerated by a vote of the Council, there being
but a partial report of atatiitioa from the dis
trict from which to draft a general report.
On motion the next District Council for the
Soloto District was determined by vote to be
held at Dunlap'a School House, in Ross coun tr,
commencing on tke first Friday in April, 1OTJ,
. We, your committee on Pulpit Service, report
as follows s
Preaching Friday nlgbtby Rev. O. W. Pilcher,
on Batnrday at 11 o'clock by Rev. Joseph An
thony, Saturday night by Rev. O. W. Pilcher.
Sabbath morning Hov.,Thomaa Kline to eon.
duct love-feast. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock by Rev. Joseph Nichols; Sabbath even
ing, J. Nlohols.
RetoUfd, That this District Council tender
their thanks to the brethren, sisters and friends
of thia neighborhood for their kind hospitality
during the session of this Council, praying that
God may bless them abundantly, both spiritually
and temporally, and when tliey fail to live oa
earth gather them to Himself In heaven to live,
wiiero ucatn is an ennresiranger.
On motion the Council ailjoiirned to meet at
Dunlap's School House, the first Friday in
G. W. PILCHER, Moderator.
JOSEPH NICHOLS, Secretary.
. "How ; do , you gat along
with your i arithmetic H ; asked
a father of his little "boy, who
answered 'and 'said "I've; ci
phered ..through ,' addition, parti
tion, '; subtraction " .' distraction,
abomination, justification, hallu
cination, derivation', amputation,
creation ana dopupo," v (
America vs. England.
An Englishman traveling on
the Mississippi told some rather
tougn stories aDoui Jjonaon
tljieves."'( A , Cincinnati . chap
named Case.' heard these narra
tives with a silent but expressive
"umph," and then remarked that
he thought the Western thieves
beat the London operatives all
' "How so ?". inquired the En
glishman with surprise. , Pray,
sir, have , you lived , much in the
V'Not a great deal; I under
took to set up business at , Des
Moines Rapids a while ago, but
the rascally people stolej nearly
everything I. had, and finally a
Welch miner ran : off with my
wifo.- v . . - -
"Gracious 1" said the English-
man, . "ana nave you never
"Never to this day; but that
was not thfr- worst of it?" .
"Worst I What could be worse
than stealing a man's wife ?" ; 1
'Stealing children,: I should
say, said the implacable Case.;
"Children! ' ;
"Yes, a -nigger woman, . who
had nine of her own, abducted
my youngest, and sloped: and
joined the Injuns. . .-. .
"Did you see her?
"See , her I Yes, she hadn't
ten rods the start of me, but
plunged into the lake, and swam
off like a duck, and there was
not a canoe to follow her with."
, The' Englishman leaned back
in his chair and called for an
other mug of arf and arf while
Case smoked his cigar.
"I shan't go any farther West,
I think, at length observed the
excited John Bull, y ,
; "I should not advise any one
to go," said Case, quietly ; "my
brother once lived there but had
to leave, although his business
was the best in the country."
U "What, business -was he in ?"
"Lumbering had a saw mill
... "And they stole his lumber?"
"Yes, and. saw logs, too." :
"Saw logs?", . '
"Yes, dozens of-black walnut
logs were spirited away tr car
ried off in a single night True ;
upon my honor, sir. He tried
every i way to prevent it had
men hired to watch his logs, but
it was no use. . They would
whip them ; away as easy as if
there had been" nobody there,
they would steal them out of the
cove, and even out- of the rail-
roaaV'.i; . .; ... ; " ;:
: .Good gracious 1" .
"Just to give you an idea how
they do out there," sending a
sly : wink to the listening com
pany, "just to give you an idea,
did you ever work on a saw
. "Well, one day my brother
bought : an allfired fine black
walnut log, four feet three at the
butt, and not a knot in it He
was determined to keep that log
anyhow, and hired three Scotch
men to watch it all night Well,
they took a small demijohn of
whisky with them, ; snaked the
log up to the side of the hill
above the mill, built a fire, and
then V sat- down to play ; cards,
just to keep awake you see.
Twas a monstrous big log
a . i t J 1 ' 1
bark about two incnes wick.
Well, as 1 1 was saying, they
played cards and drank whisky
all night, and as it began to
grow light, went astraddle of the
log. About a minute after day
light George went to see .how
they were getting on, and the
log was gone." ; -,
What were the Scotchmen
doing?" i ' -
. "Sitting on the bark. ,. The
thieves had drove an iron wedge
into the biitt end, which pointed
down hill, and hitched a Yoke of
oxen and pulled it right out,
leaving - the Sootchers sitting
astraddle fast . asleep." ; t ;
The Englishman . here arose
and dropped a cigar stump into
the spittoon, looked at his watch,
and said he thought he'd go on
deck' and see how-far : we'd be
down the rives' by morning. : . -1
"He eleepa in the valley,"
I is beoottifjuiti pojpulai,, , it ,
It Can Not Live.
The . greatest . danger to the
Administration party, during the
next four years, will be found in
its unprecedented predominance
over all political opposition.
Having nothing in Congress that
can successfully prevent the pas
sage of any arbitaTy measure it
may see fit to inaugurate, it will
soon tire of a warfare that meets
no opposition sufficiently power
ful to practically accomplish any
thing, and thus will be led, like
ther fabled serpent,. 'tb 'fasten -its-fangs
of death f into its ;own vi
tals. ' So long ii Alexander had
nations to conquer he" was brave
and valiant, but when he "had
vanquished his last foe and met
no bannered armies to impede
his progress, he'. soon-lost the
power to govern himself and died
victim to; his own. excesses.
Nothing is more dangerous to
the existence of a political party
than too great an ascendancy of
political power; nothing is more
dangerous to republican institu
tions, as all history proves, than
the preponderance, to a great
degree, of political, power in the
ranks of a party organization.
Parties thus situated fall with
the . weight of self-bred corrup
tion, and only that .character of
public sentiment latent in all
government, above and beyond
the influence and designs of evil
men, can preserve the . unity of
civil institutions in such an
emergency. .We do not affirm
that the success of the Radical
party, in the election Tuesday,
November 5th, will be the means
of the destruction of the Union,
but we do affirm as our belief
that the unparalleled extent of
the victory it has gained will be
the death-knell of its distinctive
In his experiments to deter
mine the heat-conducting power
of linen, cotton, .wool, and silk,
Sir Humphrey. Davy found not
only that these ; materials 'con
ducted heat in the, order, given
above,' linen , being the best, but
also that the tightness or, loose
ness of , weaving ' possessed an
important influence. . It is there
fore evident in the selection of
winter clothing, , and especially
that to be worn -next to the
skin, the materials of , least con
ducting power, as wool and silk,
should be chosen, and the fabrics
should be loosely woven.;
As regards the external gar
ments the same rules apply with
equal force, but in this case care
should be taken to remove, over
coats, and shawls when in a
warm , room, especially should
this precaution: be observed in
the instance of the furs worn by
ladies. The habit of wearing
these articles for hours in suc
cession while shopping and visit
ing, often so weakens the power
of resistance in the wearers that
they become the ready victims
of inflammations of the throat
and lungs. To such an extent
does this occur in New . York
that many of. the most skillful
physicians advise their patients
to discontinue the use of furs,
and the advice is often followed
with, the . moBt satisfactory . re
sults. ' ' '. ' .,' ..'..,.
Maine husbands come a
cruel dodge on their faithful, if
too talkative. One ' tells his
wife that he is going to Ausanu
quatansogowmongotongo Lake .
fishing, and in his absence has '
friends call at his house and in
quire his whereabouts. ;, When
he returns the poor woman is
exhausted, and doesn't talk again
for a month. ,',,.- V '
'"What's 'that?" .said a
teacher, pointing to the letter X,
to a ntuo ; ; raggea urcnin.
"Daddy's name" "No, no, my
boy "-.'"Yes, it is; I've seen him
write it a good many times,".- r.
l Religion, should not be used
as talking something to stuff
into the cracks and crevices of a
man's life j but it Bould - be re
garded ; and used in , tha. very
Vrarp aid woof of.lUa.-. , -