on foot toward organizing a new Lutherau Society iu this city. Rev. J. Graessle, from the Ohio Senate, preacheci at the Congregational Church ou Sunday, the llth, and called a meeting oí the Germán citizens to be held Friday evening, the 16th, to consider the matter. The mesting was held and was well attended. A ommittee of eight, consisting of prominent armers and business men, was appointed to eceive the names of those who would become members. A oommittee of two was also appointed to consider the feasibility of renting r purchasing the old Congregational Church, r the building of a new one. Since that meeting the names of 125 or upwards have been obtained by the fonner committee. There will be preaching in the Congregational Church, at 2 p. M., next Sunday, and a future neeting will be called to receive the report ot he committee3, and to do such other business as may be required.