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Oldest Bayer in the County.
EDITFn AND ri'BMsnED BY
? EAl'Kl! & li ODIN SON.
; L 3 OFPICE-Oii Logan St, three door
north of Main.
TERMS--., uj per year, Inva
riably in advance.
, H A N Dx A L K, la able, lift., anartcrt, an. bottle!
. 1 i i Sta-l ' pricing i- . mm, at VY. Thlr. M
MOOTS ct HllOES.
JOHN UATK Ac CO., YVMetai. D.al.ra U
vmm aneca. leaiom won warranted, o. i-eert bt
JIUIDUt! HOLTS Jt it hi DO 3,
I'll AS. tillAIIA.M, ala.nfactareraf BriafeBolta
am . ea, r run. sere...
rwu unu.-e, uae imuiera, ... nrou(U( .roa rtora
BHUSHliS Jt WIRE HOODS.
W II. UltO.tlWKI,., & CO., meat ill .mat
VI uru.uea, auu e.rr uiiue. wane 01 Kill, Baa. IDI
.eiaiegue. tot n emu. oareee.
llltOllWKLI, HAND I.OO.H weaeet Ilea
r.rt, seaml... bai-lta, Ulanket., lan.er, Jeaat, ete.
JcuJ lur eelaloiue. Wm. Urouiwell A Co., lbl YYala.tBt,
iOlt worn bue.lit, aeld, ant exchanged. Prompt bUca-
J. K. .Sit A ATS etc IO- Carrie. Maanfeetorr.
lea giTca w niairiug, ooy t,entrai avenue.
HNOWDON OTTK. Carpetine. and furt.it
-uoj. niauurectiirtra 01 niaaow onaaet. u.aaatfi
tai. 8k, wm etd..
! ..Nil, At SMITH. C.rp.te, Oil Cloth,, Wlnde
-Slirnl., fto let lino Mow York prioel. ti W. I'lltiibt
I Lo t 11 US WASIIKK ct WUIXOEH.
THE 1 1 V I) A I' L IC Cloih.a Wuhor 4 Wria(.i
. tuiliticil ir.o bit. hend fur d.oorlfiiioo, prlooo, .w.
COl MUAN Jt NkfWI'OtlT, ConmlMioi Mir.
ih.nu in r imir, iimut Wot UioM, booil., .bo. 1J1 W,
CI1HISTV I1UOH.& )0. Il.jr, Or.io, O...
Ir.l Trwluwo rJe.lraiiiCiuml,loa Uorokuu. Baokl
tlrkUa.d. So Mar .1. od IB Loin.
N'CAPKKKY St Rl'UOVEUN, CobuUiIoi
M.rolioJiU ii r'luur, Uroio, UuU.r, tiio, hui CotA
Iota, 'Ai'plaa, Dried Vtiuu, ato., pnrehaia on ordara. al
r towart markal prlot, arar daaenptio. of MarobaAdua,
17 Walaut btr.ot.
l'(l'l,l)S4 WltlUIITtCommllilog Jl.roh.nll,
D..ula C. II. p.,di A. 4 (i. W. II. U. Uapou, t,H It
TllW. .Ill It DOCK Ae-C'O., Hiomboal in
F'irArdiiii Aiuu. c'oniuiiv,lo. Ijaaltra io Floor,
Ur.io, Whukjr, tod Otoaril Produea. 1 A 3 Water at.
WASSim, l (I It (IAN dc 1AK, Qtnaral
Ciiiiuii.aioii .Uvrcliaiila and l).alflr In Pruviaiool. Par
taular aiteotioD to aallioi Oraia A Produea ot all kiada,
10 Vina btraal.
TOI.I.AllD, CLAYTON dc CO., CommiMlo
al.rvhanu fur tale of Uullvr, Cbua... Ivm IVatliara,
Ucil, Unod i'roil, Seadi, aud Uouaral Product, irt Wal.
JOHN N. TIIO.H AS it CO., Flour and Oral
CunliuiMlon MeraliauU and U.ul.ra in Protlnra gaaar
ally, make advance, ot oonilgQinoute and furaiab aaokt
for Uraiu. No. JO Water St.
COXFKCTl OM mtr.
II. V. KKI.U ifc CO., Confectionery. Forelfa
and Ciuied Fruit. Nut., lira Works, Tuya, ato. All
Lading kratid.of r iiioeut Cuewinf, l'luj, aad tfmokiag
fubacoo. Mala street.
l)ltt COI.TON tlit lleTiver of Nitroaa Oxide,
Teelli eltrautnd vilbout paia. Ilaa flrta II t 10,UUt
partont, lul rlm bl.
" , Jt'MMM JIJUVK .it TIM CLAY.
T.;ri,'l, TIIO.HAS dc CO., Manufacturer
at so" niil, Ufuiw. Ciaolaa't'..
" v uov l: its. "
r illl'l Tl.lt. KUOWN ds KU.IOTTe
lh..'ft iirVi aid luiuiiiea W.rtbaTta, I Watt
11 A VS.
'. AN, TimTlATTEll, 54 Watt FoarUi dt
tarly oip..lte 1'lkt'a Uir Uouie.
C..., straw Uoode, aud Funi, H w. tear! at.
FAllHF.USwnotlnj too btT IUNO LOOM ll
WtZ all kiodaof cloth, al.ould procure UL
Jt.NIIAl.l.'S, altli late IraprovomentJ. It It t.aipit
child can t.orate it. lor circiilar. '"raplel i 01
e7.aln, add rate, with t.up, OUEKNWi OOU LOOJ
MMl.t!y,Uiariaaall, O. tWiot rtaortd to 160 Cr
Airoet, betweca Hace aud Kim.
urAi T's xiru IIAISAM
ll.l cured orcr llVIO curl of niieumetiirt, HorofuU
Old I'ictra, Ihipepnia, and all Uiteuei arltlne frot
Imparl.; . tU hi? (I a bottle, .1. hr 4. C.rtl
tatee if lit Wonderfal Cut., eaa be bad of . . Uate
Hi tho St., Cincinnati, 0.
' JOl'V Kill (el.tlVK.s, $l.! ptr at
Vol ill U. M Ui II A Miller., Ill VV. Fourth
yxWt'oAktll. A- LAMP CO.
W. II. A 1.1)11 If II, '"P, lanura,
Ola., Ware, VI md.iw liia... Fruit Jara, Catboa, iteaala.
Llii..,-J aud Uri O Ii. No. II W. jtetood lit.
' 3IACIIIKltr. .
t.JIII,l;lt A M III' I. ''., tnglne A llacbua
mvi, H. tl. cr, dvo'Ud A l.liu Ma.
J. A. l''A Y iV CO., .Mamif.irlurer. ofe-.rr eerier
tf nitnit Vutd VVorkii.e Marliili.ry, 1'l.iaing Machine,
luti, Moldiajr, and I'uuuniiia Mnrliiuc, etc. Warraate.
iiiri:r lu any in u.. Ahuuf.fcct.try and Olftoe, tweaeX
1ha A Krnut at, eirnd for circular!.
, I,I-:K t I.HAVITT, H.iinfaclurera ofCire.lt.
(a w ..Mill., I'.rlul lo M.ttl..anr Slo:iui Kulitict, Heeler
,ud Mill Macliinory .if all kinilt. 111 W. tieeond Xt.
, MILL l UUXISIUXO.
TIIOS. Hit At) KO UI '0.. ! n
lllil.Mutio .MauiiUutory. nll Ueariuf, U.iltiux Cltl.a
Portaldo Mill., Smut ililll, Leather aud Uuui IMktaf.
. . M Walaut Street. -
V' - tlO.SUMVMS.
T. WIIITK A SON, Importers of tha cclobrated
- ie.u-li tlrauite, llaii.u M.ible Mouumcirle. l)etitA it
til Natlye Oranltea. VA aad IS! W. t ilth it.
MVS1C. , .
(iKllai:ll A; M;M, Shttl Muale, Mueieal
. dtauuuitutj. &ulo Aaiiiiti lot 1,'rayaer, Iloblnioa A Co.'l
. fi.no.. Mi W. l iflUcjl.
I'AtxrS X- OILS.
T"" ' W.1I. K. COX & CO.,
f7IIOI.EAI.K IlKTAII. UKAI.KItS IN FAINTS,
lll.S, WINDOW ULAS9 A TAIMLHV alATkltlAL,
' 3 flaaeStreat
. PALMICWa LOTIOX Jb 1'JiBFUMKBr.
PALMtUM VLliKr.lliLK I'O.SMKTIC 10TIO.1
j tlit toToreirn balm fnr the amalleat pimple ra tlx fact,
at wall at the mo.t di.trvt.lug tuuuaouc dictate la tea
estet any part of the perwn.
' , ' Ptirnr.l.lt, Tr Oct. l 18M.
Bin. Poto ritvr.B ! lit tr sir-Vouf l..lioa hat ture
ae of Tetter of thirty ycare .Uuuiiil. No ameant of
aeney would Wropt toe to be without It for mvtvlf H
' 1 ' ewulb. at 1 flndt it eqiHi for eirry Iblng where a.
ternal applioatloo I. required, a. well a. eul, aruieet,
wd all aluiilar acc:dutl alio burnt: preveutlai tht
krmalion of abll.lcr, and Ukingoul thciureneel alinoel
anmediawly. I hare not written the chore ae a sail for
.... H.ui.. , w... r..irr.-maa.ir.that thote atnicted
' , tiih Hctter, cr any otliar dlieaM ef the ekla, aa trail
A.ouclvtt of lliie prlcelrt. rvuu-dr,
r Bp'fullr, JOHH KIoTLEB.
of taltl-all Drulite. rrrptrel tnl kf
- ' - BOI.O.f PALMKR, -.
o. 30 VV- ra;:& St., Cincinnati, O.
' Ales mawnfacliiTerof PtKunifre and joahtff aa Coaba)
troabet, aud Toilet Uood. generally. ..
Hi IIOLMKS iVfO.V, Unmuf.cturwl. aad laa.
eortart of 1'aptr lUugitu', d7l laia St.
a.'A.B l ..W ' ' . ' , - -' " "
faper tlajiiiinga and W luduw bbodee, .7 r. rin Be,
. HOI AHX 1'UMP at ICXQlKJi CO.
alawalaeturart the Hardy A Mcrtlc PattM Cl.Ura
' Jid Power Pump.l Oil, Urd, and liter Pump.: Steaoj
fire Puinpa: btaam Kngine. ate. OtSoa 6711 W. lift!
t. Workl wr. Third A l'hile. Sll., CTiagtea, Ky.
addrtta J. K. Dakar. ag.nt.
UTJiAM I'V ill'S.
COPK dc CO. rjuaat Paana and boiler Ftedora
lleau Pipe aud Fitting., Water and Kleatn Onaget.
' lewere. Brat. Work. Brad far llhuuated Circular aud
frtce-Uat. Us K. Beeoad St.
I r r -.
KUteERT, PIM.S dc '., fJ'""
aUgert. Uome.lle aud hpaulih Uaf Tobatso, aleer.
lil.aoia and Briar Pipe., hi W. geoood 8t.
' "J ailTi lll:IJ (' ' Conoaas. Fiwa-en
, C -irl.wia. lu.-ivo Voaat:allkeraranaaolgfctw
ma and Smoking f obacet. 13 Waltr Street.
yiliVS AXO LAlEli VLAX1XQ HITS.
I.OMAS aft KAf.ER, manufacture re of Viae.:
t.ted' Planing Bite; Papor. Shingle, and Ariyallnral
Kniwt: ilrVlge B.lu, Anvil, and Vieet repaired. Solid
K. BROWN el-CO. Iloaiery, yarat, pnym
SeracU. akirte, Umbrallaa, Paraaala, Dr.ee Trlmmlage.
ST.? ' .7 I. I rnhraiderlaa. Oaal.
. orecta. aairi. . . - . - -
Silk Mete, While Uooaa. Lavl, Emwreiderlta, Ota
'JO yaaalahrng Qoode, Coe, Pearl A yalau ata.
ADAM EHPLY cV SON. Hoelerr.OloTtt, Be
.7 ! rfcH if al.D RELlABI.lt O. K. BS.M EDI
kaa aa ailed, after iw.aty yaart trial, , I
5we!ranijtet frallt.- Wholrealt Depot. R. atae
X , Eav, K. aVewr. Ctlailt. Waattltfc. qaaiai
AdYvrtiNe ia the ltecord
MMTHUK. VINTON COUNTY. OHIO.
NOVEMBER 7, 181)7.
Ilomrr C. Joi.ci.
ITTOKNEY AT hAVT. McAUTIIUS
'l l)l!H, will tttttnrl proir.pfly to ul! bu
'ie.4 dntruntnil to run Aurn.
iilice over T. . I)via' t?; Muin
ren, .no.irinur, iiiiu. un24
U. I. TROUTY & ).,
. KNEIIAl. i'diiiiiiImiIod MtTcbaiita, 26
iT Miritin ft.i'Clevuliin.l, Olno
liKKKitr.xcF.s: Kverrtt, WeiMfll t
.. JlnnkciJ ; 1'ortvr, l'latt & Di'Wolf
lour m-aii'i-H. inysty
J. J. McDowell,
ttoksky at law claim ao
KNT, will practice in Vintouai 1 a,l
"ininK ei'iintii'H. AImi, I)u,tfy Collector
i inu-rn ii uc veil 11 j times muieviuteo
. Hnlik. ja2l
iOiiZPH BIIAIIIH RT WI HAKZ
UltADDUKY & MARK,...
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
McAi tlmr, Vinton Co., Ohio.
Will attend promptl) to ull bu.lnK
iinruMuiu io iiioir euro.
I. A. B1IATT0N. JOUX MAYO.
d:atto. & MAYO,
i Attorney at La w,
Mc ARTHUR, OHIO,
XTriLL Kivi) prompt iittciillnnto all 1?1
tuniiiem ei.t runtad tn t beir euro. in
iuton ami adjoin iug cottutiei. nUj2
J0I1V II. KIaG,
SOOTS AXD SHOES,
.Undo ol' licst Louth cr.
At I.oworit Pricest
ngilt Muin it 'not. MuArthur. . -
Vininfai'tiiror itml r't-Blnr In
kiddles, Bridles, Harness,
Nor'li dido Muni trmt.
milfi'v MeAnl.nr. OVIo.
SA TH 111, I3K9,
VAOONS, nUOGIKS.CAKRI VES, ETC.
Opposit C'uint IIouiii), McAitlmr, 0.
tSf" Iti'pairitie, I'iniini. tuid Trim
.ii.H Juno ima'ly and prniii.lly, and nil
-uric warrHiiud lo tfivB iHtiihtHiiiion.
Jack Bt.y, Siauntj anil
iXTII.L l culliiftiid tMonipMr r T.D-
VV WAKI) A. HHATTOiN. MuArtlmr.
All Huliliors, who Hi o liy law, ontitloil
i Uiiult I'ii j, DuuntyNUil IVin-liinn, and
id , fiitlmrH, inotliorH, hiolh.-rn, anil
iilem ot ilcuc-at-eil poldiora' chiim.i will
prim fll y it iDdcd to. jii3if
1! T. A C K S .1 7 T If .
GrOLU'S OLD STAND,
BEAR THK C1EAM illLL,
S pn-puri'd to do All in.ti n t of Ulurl
a,;iitliiiif.aiiohaa uorBO aliut:iiii;,iriii,iii!
I" lit.'!!. -K WHpTOII. wtC. AD I I lid tllul.l -
ic lira o! re pnir ufi i II kind of Ar
ill ii rati Iiiii!;i',!i' a'i-1 EJdloiiln All
IV.,W .liilHJ ill BllUtlUfltilll IIIUIIIHT Hl.ll
vurruntcl. BOj.t Ii 6?-lv.
l ilt A lilll 1 III K JullN Kul l.tl ll
T AMI'S IiUL'LCEK & C').. lelrA i i:
'orifii ul ll'-iMtiBiit! LajLTH, (irt
clli', Ale i.1 lortrr, wulvrr-t-i lir
I'uiul, Cliilllcotlia. Ohio. 2 W '
Clarke V :S5i.
wii olk A lk a : o (j k k a
10 nivlll Waior wt.,
yO)y . i CIllLLIi.'OTHS, 0.
rYtoLAT CLATPOOl.. ' MAIHAV.
VU 0 L K S A L K 0 U 0 V K I; .
No. V3 I'uint vtroot, ,
look llindiT inil iil.liik liouk Man ufct'r,
VJULLIVOMK, OJIIO, '
IS prrpiirfd to do ver duoripiion of
w.rlt in Mm line. M ai -yi.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MKACTIUKSIN K'ISS AXU AD.IOIN
I INd tJi.itntliA. All hiiHir.CKH cntniKt
ul to liira care) pri inp'ly altejiidwl to nd
'initl.iicod In ull fm-os made) I In.ut tlo
ly. Sept. 5, 1:.67--1 ,
I.F.WI3 dVt,0.,on'niT.LI OTHK,
. ().. koop con. uirlY on hnnd
4IWW Hint iii'iiii'iuiu ni'.'riiii."Tiv in , i, i
in' II.tritwurH, f ndilU'iK nnd (.'ouch II ird
irn, Waifiin-miikcr'B M.iterin!. Hub.
pl;o', Kollofn Mid Biilr, Iron and Stool,
( every hzi), GlaHS- SiMl. A.. cto
Wo cun mako It pmfltabb for any pnr
it' who wish io iinri'liu-e Uooda iu ou
- i i-... f ll..:l.j
liuO, to giva nn call.
3L Li:via & CO.,
o?22t CUilllotho, o.
AMCAURYINU ON THE ABOVE
Ims nf l th old atHnd nf(r. Hnai'inn,.
n Wati-rttreot, hntwccii Taint mid Wal.
nt. Clilllleolht. Ohio. ' Always on hand,
vhnlr)..ala or roiail. j. 11 . ''
CAKES of all KINDS,
Al.-o f-mrl n-orrk of Family Gr"Corie.
warranted to he aa rcpreentd
: : -. - .-.j. it; BAILEY. ,
fcOf. 29, 13 57 -mrt. ;
F. DCPKV. . a. MCOOIIMON.
. F DUFCU &, 0.,
' (kL-MPWtORa tO at. P. PIIATT,) '. 'i
Watch Makers & J eSvelcrs7
' t :NO. M PA1XT STREET, j. :
..CIIILLICOTIIE,, OlIIO. ,
ilTPptcial attention givan to tha ra
' n'uiint of Walehea, CleRji nd .loaftlry.
Ytdiling Kii gtai'd Jowelry of evory d
riptiair. mauufayoliiiatl, -to-tM-dor.; A1J
rork warntnaad to jlw aataaM'.ion.; '
aept. H, 1887 ,-ls ar.- ,., .- -. -y r : ' i
. WATiwtBotiiv !.; ; ;, a bie, ii.
. American Housed
WA T SEN D Eli OEJt C lilEF
'. .: - Pnopjtietona, , . ',
'aiio-atreet, hot. Pittnt and Walnut, (
ttawnrwul far anil 'wwAwnnaV.ta tArfna.
eCxproe?a to and fromf.ll train, aogS.tn I
Front Street, belaw Court,
. , (SIKii of the Anvil.)
opt. 19. 1 8-7
i ALKHUT KX1TTML,
Fanqy Baler and Confectioner,
Corner Kniirili an'l Cnu't Sirecta,
t?"7eMinr tnl olhor iiar'ii fnr-itir.lt.-U
Willi u'v.rji'liing in Lia liu Willi
protiiptniiH, and at ,
L O XV. EST n A T 15' S .
.Mpt.lS, 1 3i7 -m3.
i:. i:aMd & co., - :
aYlKiloNt'o Utalera In
HOOTS, SHOES, II AT.-, C A PS,
LEATHER AND 1LXDIXUS,
Xu. 3 Eu'ttfj rie Llm f; "'
WE nro tin itr'roc'p' of our ?:ill ami
Winter block of OnmU wlilidi U
vo'y full ard cmiipli tn, ami frr! o.infl lent
wni .ii anpply tl:o 'I'rirto will) ua aitu.l
lto da and at a low ptii'cw a cull 1)J Imd
nf any Joliliinif iTnu-oln tlie Wlut. Special
al'ontion puid to any crdt rn tliatiiii v hit
iintruittd looiir euro. : Hi pt. l'J-in8
. ?. wsmi,
W'liuloalo Ovular Iu
Iokiign and Domestic
A' 0 . C FJ: O X T iS tree t.
WJ2TSM0 UTHy OHIO.
M t. 19, lS07.-ly
V. Rl'IMI ART.
j. D. ncixniiir
UE1MIAKT .& IlCO.,
Anil Dealers In
Foreign and Canned Fruits
nuts, r:fcEwoi:Ks, toys. &c.
Market Street. - - - Turlamoutli, 0.
Hfpt 19, 18('.7. m8. '
tmportera and Duulora In
QU BE NSW A HE,
CJI1XA AXD GLASSWARE,
CAIilSOX OIL, LATH'S AND
XuA Enterprise Lhrh Fr'nnt St..
.. .: : 1'ORTSMOITU, 0.
?ir".VHsrrti't packtigoa for Fnniai-e un l
iiiniirv i ru.i.i. sen' 'v - v
O. DUNCAN, - - ri-oiMiolov.
'I'H'SIIOUKE IIAVINO 11EF.X XKWI.Y
1 r'Kiii;il Hint iirruinred Ik in'iv in fiio
Ritnl "I rr t'i 'n. Tk !oi tttiin Uei lifi n
ipnttn b'liliM'ha und to tin? K iiln ad Pc
rot.; wliiel. niiiltca I' n deniritl)lo utt'pp'njr
.. foi all vixitin Z.ilunkl. ,
S,!r,t. S. nvr.-yl.
'yj.tni County I):itilt,
1 ' MoArtLur, Ohio. ,
ST 0 Civ II OL O ERS: ,
JOSKril .1.. Mcl)OWF.IX, rrcs't.
JAMKW. DKLAY. rail,,
II. S. TtrN-DY. E. I)'. Dmic.!-. A. Woi.r.
II. K. Arsn.v, . I). V. Kanncls.
t Stiioni. ' A. A. ArsTi.v.
r.'ink of DNpounr siikI Drposit.
i Will buy tiiid trM Govuriiiiient Se
puiilli"'. IJor.ils. (tf.
(.'olli'tl'koiis Hindi! Bt tin usual rates'.
f& . ,
.TiCCW. W. I). KI.,
Is receiving her Fall Stonk of
Consisting of ll.c littest styles of
Bonnti, Rilhons, Flowers,
, , K0VCIIE3, AND ,
Fancy Good-d Ciencrally.
):,. : :, :. ,..- . ..
CUll and csarnino !icr p'nc'f. She will
' "ll na eVapan tin) elieiip ist. n"l )ia
u hpletidid fatick from wbicli to tnuko ae
IwlfOM bohnOa bloBcV.oil, prcs'od, and
nHefLd to Hie latest a.tvlea. ;
Mrs; H.'D. KINd,
Muin Street, JViArtliur, tliio.
popt. 12, lS:i".-niJ
! ;-i ' ' ....
:. j- -i .,.
Wdtcr Street, Above Paint,
, CillULICOTlIE, OHIO,
. i - " . " - ! i
Koepa on band til VtA ot Ma-4ca. In-
BtrumentK, nuch . , f
Pianofi, Cinbiiict Organ,
' lKLODEoS'S, .
Alo Sheet MnIo and tha heat ItaHrfii
8lrtnr for Vl linh ahd'tlultaria.'.1 1cry
;lbint to h funnd In Muslo.. S'orea can 'he
Imd at thlsVtnrii' -feheei Mmle front any
I'uhliiMnff Uoiud ilA' -the- Vnitrid Slate.
furnished at' tha pnhlish.r'a lowest ratr..
Tea-jliora furnl'liad at puWinher'a whole-
'(kt. pflcaa. :';vi ': .sept: 12J.18ii7.-m8
1 AH BALKS EXTRA FINE
IUU Uotton Cattitigi aud. line as
sortment 'of ' ' '" "'
Just recclvwl, and for sale cheap, by
CH1LL1C0THE, OHIO, i
Otit 81, 183T.-tf. - "
. . ' ' .,(
A Game Man.
Success in business is the
criterion by-' 'which a' man is
moasureil; with tht) Domocrey
ot America it makes but little
difference w hether the founda
tions of a fortune , are laid jOn
hoop likirts,' sewing machines,
penny evening papers, the
sales of tea,: or chickens lin
Fulton Market. .The dollars
are what count, and the worjd,
upon this side of the Atlantic,
at least, never stops to inquire
about Mie rent. A man may
make a fortune on Wall 6trc-et,
banking: or speculating in
stocks, and he. is received into
Soqd,. society, just as respccT.
b!e and rsiected as the best
of them and why ' shouldn't
ho bet Banking is honorable.
So is railroading, : or selling
chickens in Fulton Market.
It is true that in ..New York
fortunes nro often made in a
very strange manner. There
aro several wealthy organ
grinders in town, and it would
almost puzzle a stranger to
count -the magnificent hotels
which '.'have been built on
Broadway out ot the proceeds
of pills and patent medicines.
Let us study for a moment the
philosophy of the lives of those
who haye been successiul in
busi.iessl All men do not
jump into a lortuno at once,
making ' a ten strike the first
time. This may sometimes bo
dyne on Wall street, but
among a nmjorily of mankind
riches nro accumulated by a
slow and sum process; by at
tending steadily and carefully
to one's business; by avoiding
excitements and ris-ks and by
riot being above, working with
one's own hand.' It is a well
known fact that many ot our
wealthiest citizens are among
our hardest w orkers. Like I he
rest of mankind, they only get
their board and clothes, for
this , is, if you consider for a
moment, all that a man is ca
pable of digesting.
a retail storo on Bowling
Green would not pay its ex
penses, neither would, a Lufter
stand i'i.Uio interior of tome
Vermont village. To do a suc
cessful business ono must be
located where there are peo
ple to do it with, and he must
deal in something which the
masses want. It is doubtful
if a man over made a fortune
soiling telescopes or cc.ntu.ry
plants. One of the places in
this city where tha people, en
musse,.surge and tide through,
is Fulton market, and in the
midst of that Ubyriuthian
mazo 'ol stalls, stands and ta
bles, the famous Mr. A Rob
bins keeps a chicken stall. It
is a very easy matter, to find
his place of business direct
your steps towards the center
of the market, stumbling over
mass' of unsavory pickletubs,
pass by a sound as of scraping
tripe, meditate between long
rows 01 la eth slaughtered sheep
and calves, turn a corner by
some golden chce.e as largo as
th new moon; smell the aroma
of the country and the spring
time in the rolls of yellow but
at your left hand, and the mo
ment any good game comes
in sight, as!i for Mr. Bobbins,
and all'iough he deals in rob
ins, yet out of pity, or for some
other reason, he calls them
. Mr. ' Bobbins' is'1 a much
younger looking man than one
expects to find, when he has
been told that ho has made a
couple million, of dollars sel
ling chickens. , lie is tho fo,
inous chicken millionaire, and
although so very rich he at
tends to his own business, lie
has been iii the poultry busi
ness Ihirty-live years, thirty
one of which have been be
neath the leaky root of Fulton
Market, His stall is not a
large one, yet he sells upon an
average two thousand chick
ens a day Iho year through,
which would equal seven hun
dred and' thirty;. thousand a
year. His busiuess amounts to
several hundred thousand dol
lars a" year. There Is a very
cosy little office in one corner
of .h's stall, ornamented - with
full lenght portraits4 of ' some of
ther ! wild game 1 in ' which he
deals, ; which ' literally is' not
large i enough to swing-a cat
in.' On; the marble. .counters,
of ..Mr.. Bobbins' chicken ar-j
rangement may be found
ducks,'geese," turkeys, English
snipe, woodcocks, prairie hem.,
English pheasant,black grouse,
Wild pigeons, 'y enisbh,' ro as ti n g
pig?,sw'eet breads, etc.' Every
thing which has wings ' that
man i is fond. : ot,ipating,- cau
here be found, .wita from
twelve to 'twenty men fo wait
on customers and attend to the
business. Besides supplying
the public, he has orders for
hotels, 6hips, restaurants, etc.,
and is, in fact, the largest
chicken dealer jn the United
All parts of the country are
laid under contribution to sup
ply his stalls with game. Bart
ridges come from Maine, Mas
sachusetts, Bhode Island and
Connecticut; grouse from New
.Jersey, - Long Island aud the
West; the best canvass-back,
come from llavie de Grace,
Sandusky, Ohio, and Missis
sippi; the mallard ducks and
wood duck the only ducks
that light on trees are caught
at the Great Lakes, while the
black ducks and broad-bills
come from the sea-shore. In
winter canvas-back ducks are
the fivi rito gamo with tho peo
ple; just now wood-cocks, chick
ens and partridges are the best
and the most popular.
Bridget is not always sent
to Market to do the buying for
the family. Many American
Iadie3 attend to their house
hold duties. Mrs. II. W. Beech
er can often be seeu in Fulton
market, with her basket upon
her arm, purchasing chickens
or wild game of 5Ir. Bobbins;
the fice of Mrs. 0. S. Hob
oing, who took so prominent a
part in the soldiers' hospitals
during the war, is another one
of those f.unilar to tho deni
zens of Fulton market.
Although Mr. Bobbins has
accumulated 6iich u vast for
tune that we might suppose ho
could ail'ord to retire, yet he
prefers and does personally at
tend to his own business. Ho
has' an elegant brown tone
residence on Beniseu street, in
Brooklyn, which is valued at
$1 50,000, and the furniture in
side of it is said to have cost a
fabulous sum. Going up a
broad flight of stone steps, you
pass beneath an arched door
way into a vestibule whero
some elaborately carved mar
ble vases, standing almost os
high a your head, attract at
tention. The hails and drawing-rooms
of the house ' are
large and lofty, - beautifully
carved overhead in and
N. Y. Evening Gazette.
We found a man sealed on a
curbstone near the 1'ost Office
last night, muttering to himself
apparently, as there was no
one else to mutter to. We felt
constrained to ask him what
he was doing there?
Hain't doin nothin, was the
Where do you belong?
Don't belong nowhere, and
nowhere don't b'long to me.
Who are you?
Well, suppose you are broke,
you have got a name, havn't
you? What is it?
Tell ye I'm broke Dead
Broke- that's my name and
that's my nature. My father
was broko before me. If he
hadn't been, I wouldn't be
broke now at least, not so
bad. My mother was a Peas',
ley, but she wanted a husband
and she got broke that's my
dad and broke got mo. I've
been broko ever since.
For a few, moments the un
happy De;id Broke buried his1
lace in his hands, and seemed
lost 'in the most doleful reflec
tions. Then raising his head,
he exclaimed bitterly: i
I wish was born a colt. Be
cause a colt ain't broke until
it is two or three years oli. 1
was broko the moment I saw
light, and never got over it.
It is hard to be broke so young.
How did your parents come
to call you Dead Broke?
Well you seo as soon as I
was born something seemed to
tell mb tlrat I had got to be
br ko all through my life .unless
my name changed by an act of
Iho Legislature, and that you
know would : bo an impossi
bility. How an impossibility? '
Are you such a blockhead as
to suppose a man .can get, any
thing through the legislature
w hen he is broke? '.
Yoy are right. ' Go on. 1
When the conviction forced
itself upon: my. infant ; brain,
confused aa - it j wa by recent
experience, that I , must , be
Broke ajl my fife, I felt that
there was nothing left to live
for, and lost all consciousness
at once. (I have" found only a
part of it since.) " 0 1 .
He is . dead, cried my moth
er, wringing her hands.' .i,
YSa ; groaned my father, te
is Bead Broke.
I revived: alas! but Dead
Broke became my name, and
have been dead broke ever
My rame has been fatal to
me all through life. The small
est boy in school nlwnv. hrntu
me playing marbles. I broke
more windows than any other
boy by playing bse ball. 1
always broke down at recita
tion; and had my head broke
every day by tho school-master.
When I left school I went
to clerk for a brother. One
day there was a heavy deficit
in the accounts. I was afraid
he might think I had something
to do with it-so I broke.
They caught me' thoughand
put me in jail; but I broke out.
Out of jail?
Nod nit, broke out with
What did you do next?
After the court had disposed
of my case I was allowed to go
into the brokerage business
Ilow was thai?
I broke stone in tho peniten
tiary, dog on it. After I got
out I broke everything. I broke
my promise, broke the Sab
bath, and broke the pledge. '
Was you ever married?
Yes, (sigtiing'deeply,) mat
rimony broke me up worse
than anything else. My wife
was ,a regular ripper. .She
broke up ray dishes, and near
ly uroKe my back: with a flat
ijon,,. and finally broke my
By running away?
No, indeed, by sticking to
Yoil ll.l V A bar? a Lanl limn
- " I. HI u M "l-
, I. '
All owing to my name. But
bad as I dislike it it's mine; I
came by it honostly, and you
wouldn't think anybody else
would want to be in my place,
but there are thousand oi im
postors all over the country
trying to pass themselves o'ff
In what way? ,
When they tell their credit
or t hoy nro Dead Broke.
There was another pause'du
ring which the unhappy pos
sessor of an unfortunate name
could be heard to sob. At
length he broke out:
It will be a simple and fit
ting inscription for my tomb
' There are two things that
always pay, even in this not
over remunerative existence.
They tire working and wait
ing. Either is useless without
(he other. Both united are in
vincible, and inevitably trium
phant, lie is ho waits working
is simply a man yielding to
sloth and despair. Ho who
works without waiting, is fitful
in his strivings, and misses re
sults by impatience. Ho who
works steadily, and waits pa
tiently, may have a long jour
ney before him, but at its close
ho will find its reward.
It has been pvoved that cows
make the, richest butter when
they first go out to pasture in
tho spring, that they produce
tho hardest butter when led
on dry food; that butter made
during the fall is the best for
keeping. Tho town of Bennes,
in Brittany, is noted for its pe
culiar butter; tho milk of the
previous evening is mixed with
morning's milk, and the mix
ture allowpd to stand for two
two or tlwee hours, when the
whole is churned. . Those who
practico this plan claim that
they thereby obtain a larger
amount of butter of a more
The ex-rebel General Wig
fall, who is now a London'law
yer, informs the world that he
wiil not return .to the "United
Stales. Fortunately, the Uni
ted States can get a'ong with
out him. .
A Caxaihaji editorial humor
ist gets ofl' the follotving; 1 '
"Tlie' man who left his. name
a3 McGeohegan O'FIannery,
from the" Western' Division,
who is I about : eeven - feet in
length, and drunk accordingly,
and who called at our office on
Monday, accompanied by 1 an
axe-handle, to ask if the editor
was, in,; is respectfully informed
that tthe . editor is not in the
city, and is not expected to re
turn" within the 'memory of the
oldest inhabitant." .: - n ,
Tub Democrats seem to have
all - emigrated irom Berkley
county, ;Virginia. , We. see. it
stated that not a muhtto child
has been born in that county
within the last year. v; ' ! .
. ADVERTISING TEKMS.
One square, , $ OO
Erich additional insertion, V
Cards, ieryear, ....IO OO
Local imtii or. per line, m
- Yearly alvertliemeit) $10O ir
column, nird at porportlonat rate for
lc' HiKiec. I'uvaljie hi advance. -.'
tar Tho KecWd being ttiu oiilcliil
fiupi-r of the town and county, mud
isving the larjrtwt etmihitlon of trny
p:iir in the county. oRVrs superior
Inil uceini'nN fn advertiser".
Hints to Farmers.
The Trenton (N, J.) Sentinel,
having been requested by soma
rural subscribers . to .add an
'Agricultural Department" to
its columns, falls in with tho
idea, and as a 'commencement
furnishes the following "advice
. 1.' In breaking up the ground
in the spring always use a
plow, A hammer will not an
swer. See that your horses
are hitched at the right end of
the plow, or it will go "back"
on you. . !
2. In. sowing oats be careful
that your boys do not use the
''wild variety." The wild will
"come to a head", soonest, but
it is not profitable. 'We never
knew a crop of thiskind to
3. Flat land will never an
swer for corn. It should al
ways be planted in hills. - Tho
farmer who .neglects this cau
tion vill have a hard roe to
hoe. Four grains (avoirdupois
weight) to the hill is the rule
in planting. - Corn in ;the ear
is better than "corns on the
toe." We have tried both.
4. Plant your potatoes with
the eyes downward. The (cau
tion is particularly necessary
when "women's" rights' are' em
ployed to hoe the eartn over
them. , i
5. To jjreveut'the pigs from
getting t. the planted corn,
ring theip, noses. To prevent
chickens from doirg the same,
wring their necks.-.
0. For getting wheat proper
ly in the ground, a sewing ma-,
cuiiie is indispensible. : '
7. Rye should be put in ear-ly-r-say
the first thing on get
ting up iu the norning. But
few farmers require such in
A bashful (voting man escor-'
ted an eqiislly-bashtiil young
lady. ' As they approached f he
dwelling of thev damsel, she
said, entreatingly, . "Jekiel,
don't tell anybody, .you beau'd
me home." "Sary," said ha
emphatically, "don't you mind.
I'm as much ashamed of it aa
Onb excoodingly Warm day
in July a neighbor met an oUl
man and remarked thatitwai
very hot..- "Yes," says Joe, "If
it wasn't for one thing, I should
sav we are going to have n
thaw." "What is that,"ihquirel
his friend. "ThereV nothing
froze," says Joe The man went
his way much enlighten!.",
. "I do not give away to pi :p
nies," said a man , who., nu-t
tUndolph on a narrow foot
way. ' "I do," replied : ho in
stnntlv. and stepping . aside
passed on, ,
i '. i
Mhs. Ykll lately , cqwhided
Mr. Lay lor not performing I i
promise to marry her. As hi' i
wouldn't make her Lay? "sli' j
made him jell. ' : -' r" '
Tuk Indianapolis : J.ourna I
claims largo Union gains ii i
Indiana at the recent olection .
Ten counties bordering on the
Ohio Biver 6how a gain of 1 ,-
lf i w yi nn nf monv
AJ At n a"i M IUVH V (A MAI
ii no longer a truth- a happy
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r eman asuea a, .,,.'
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bine, tho oiher.ohn st N. y.
over tK BARRETT'S
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the con County Oil, Mining and Luro.
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Thb"1???7 0F OCTOBER,, .
. iuaaid Jn.tioe arjed a order'
ier Sajnt in the above action for tha
for theTe,,,,v"i,fh, ,9-,l0 dollar.;
r-n' ii. neon'-inneet by taid
er!lor ' beerina; oo tl
GeneraMmb9'' A. D. isi at 10 '-.
j:h feRY S. ELY
..itTLES EXTRA FINE
gallons . jon Qattluft raid line as
gallona c,' . -. j,,;.
V -'.V:-Vjn " Yarns,
JrjpGK H(JbrvtaIe cheap, by
OIkirsvillrL & MACKEY,
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