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McARTHUR ENQUIRER
The Melancholy Days the Saddest
of the Year.
They have oome. One feelB
the breath of autuirtn in the
air. Weird voices wake ' tbo
. night with autumnal music.
The tints of rod and brown and
yellow touch tho forest ' with
melancholy beauty. There is
, the feeling it get? into one
blood and life and thought
of a great dying all around
you. And there is. a dying,
Forms that beat with life a while
ago are drooping into decay
and death.- The leaves of al
the trees the wonderful leaves
so cunning and curious in their
structure the flowers with al
their hues and fragrance, tho
angels of nature-rthe gras
all the fields and meadows
all is dying. And then how
the jfull, great days of Summer
have' grown less." The far
reaching morning, and . evening
twiliglit' is gone.-rsTho sun's
rays slant down into the earth
from a Southern sky. The
winds whisper elegies through'
the woodlands, and the stars
look down on us from their dis
tant spheres with sad and pity-
ing eves. "Whose soul is not
touched by these things?
It is not without a sigh, aye,
a tear, we see all this growth
and beauty perish. It is akin
to seeing a dear face we have
looked into and kissed
turning pale in death. The
falling leaves quivering to the
ground wake an echo of sad
ness, the dead grass, the timid
glory, the ripe apples
morning
hanging under the brown leaves
of the trees, the half-naked
oaks standing in reverent si
lence in the forest, give funeral
funeral aspect to to the world.
And we could not bear to see
this dying if we did not know
that there are vital forces in
the world, so subtle and imma
terial thafthe frosts of autumn
and the breath of winter can
not touch them, and which will
germinate again in new births
oflife,when spring comes laugh
ing through the fields sprinkling
them with the fertile dews of
heaven. So we rest in hope;
even singing,
liy the lengthening twilight hours;
Jiy the chill ami fnigrat showers;
3ty tho flowerets pule and faded ;
Jty tho leaves with nisct slinded;
Jiy tho array ami clouilctl morn ;
Jty tho drooping cars of corn!
Ilv the meadows, overspread
With tho H)ii)er'H wnvy thread ; '
Ity tho soft and ulindowy skv;
Jiy the thousand tears that llo
Every weeping house beneath
isuminor, we perceive lliy death!
Settling Up.
Some thirty years
ago,
young from the South was pros
ecuting his studies at an acad
emy in Massachusetts. During
the winter term, in company
with a young lady of the acad
emy, ho attended a dancing
school in an adjoining town.
Near the close of the wintcr,the
academy was visited with a gra
cious outpouring of the Spirit,
in which a goodly number of
the pupils indulged hope in
Christ, including this young
man and the young lady.
They now lost their relish
for dancing, but their bills must
bo paid. As the young man
was starting for N , one
morning, to sotie his account,
he remarked that he had been
Berving the divil all winter, and
that ho how ho must pay
for it.
And thus it is with all sin
ners. In all their sinful pleas
ures, they are now serving the
the devil. They aro doing just
as ho would have them. Tho
more they give themselves to
folly, and neglect their precious
souls, the better ho is pleased.
And, unless they shall soon im
prove their day of grace, to re
pent of their wicked
ness, and to turn from their
sinful ways, they must dearly,
pay for all that they have done
Their dancing shall bo turned
to morning, and their music to
tho voice of them that weep.
H. S.
Correct and Sensible.
Mr. Donan, of tho Lexington
.(Mo.) Caucasian, proposed the
following resolution to the Mis
souri Editorial Association, and
it was adopted by that body at
its recent meeting: "
1. That a newspaper ollicq is
a business establishment by
which editors and printers must
make a living.
-2. That a manias the same
right, to walk into aigrpcey
store and order a barrel of su
gar or a sack of coffee, or into
a law office and demand a lega
opinion from its occupant; or
into an undertaker's and re
quest a coflin, without expect
ing to pay for their respective
wares or services, as into
newspaper office and demand
the use of its brains and muscle
and type, without a thought
of recompense.
3. That hereafter all personal
or political matter, having for
its object 'the promotion of in
dividual fortune or ambition,
shall be treated exactly-as oth
er business' matter, and charged,
at the option of publishers, as
editorial advertising. '
4. That dead beating polit
ical, personal and commercial
-on the Missouri press is
"played out."
5. That any editor or pub-
isher who fails to carry out
these resolutions in the letter
and spirit shall cease to be re-
arded as a member of this
association.
Travelers through Canada by
rail are often greatly annoy -
edby having their luggage un-
necessarially searched; but one
of the officials recently got his
deserts. It happened that a
Yankee school teacher on her
way from Kansas to Vermont,
msscd though the Dominion.
ith a trunk packed to bursting
with nothing contraband. When
le officer demanded her' keys
le begged him not to open it,
assuring him that it had come
hrough from Kansas, contain
ed simply clothes and books,
nd was so full that it would
be
troublesome to repack it.
But he sternly demanded the
key, and maliciously pulled ev-
ry thing out to the very bottom;
hen, finding her assertions
true, ho returned the key, and
advised her to "hurry up and r
get the traps back," as the train
would soon move. "What's that
to me. said the ouick-witted
woman," I have a check for that
trunk, and shall hold the Grand
Trunk Railway, responsible for
its safe delivery. I will' not
take the key, and you may' do
as you please with the trunk."
Report says that official .was
very weary and very red in the
face, and rather profane before
he finished packing that trunk.
if
in
its
are
its
This is the way they put it
over in Illinois :
Hard times. Corn 22 cents
per bushel.
The President's salary $50,
000 a year.
Pork $2.20 per hundred.
Congressman's forward pay
$G25 per month.
Laboring men turned out fo
employment at the commence
ment of tho winter.
Railroad President's salary
$10,000 per year.
Taxes increased one-third.
Harper a defaulter to the tune
of $10,000., :.V
- God help the poor y the Gov
ernment protects the rich'.
corruption among the Upper
Tons starvation among the
Lower Millions.
to
Rev. C. W. Copeland, (he
swindling Methodist minister
who cut a figure as a first-class
scoundrel two years ago in Iowa,
has turned up in Canada as a
forget
There is a prospect that the
bankruptcy proceedings against
the Louisville, New Albany and
St Louis Air Line Railroad
Company will bo compromised.
-
Good Deeds Always Rewarded.
I have just returned from our
evening nraver-meetiug. The
lesson was a part of the fourth
chapter of 2 Kings.
Here was a great woman who
saw fit to entertain Elisha, and
even prevailed upon her hus
1
band to build and furnish
room for his accommodation
and Elisha rewards her in
most unexpected way after she
had declined to receive anything
at his hand.
When her son is stricken in
the field and is carried, home to
his mother to die, note how
doubly her kindnesses are re
paid. The , son is given to her
alive, and she is -made more
happy than before, and all be
cause of her giving entertain
ment to tho man of God when
they were almost Strangers.
"Be not forgetful to entertain
strangers, for thereby some, have
entertained angels unawares.1
Evansville has passed a hack
ordinance which allows hack-
n to charge, to any point
within the city limits, 25 cents
or each passenger, and 25 cents
for each trunk.
f .liVEN AWAY.
A Fine German Ch?omo.
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wnen uiscnargiiig urine, rheumatism,
(JOUT, NEURALGIA each and every one of
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Jnouo word, anv disease no matter under
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by KADWAY'8 SARSAPARILLIAN RE-
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umor of 13 Years' Growth Cured by
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Beverly. Mass.. Julv 18. ISfiO.
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AM IMPORTANT LETTER
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NEW YOBI, Oct, 11th, 1870.
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30 Drops In a half tumbler Water will,
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ranges of tho Sierra Nevada moun
tains of California, tho medicinal
properties of which aro extracted
therefrom without the use of Alcohol.
Thai fujostion is almost daily asked,
flwrntl3tlio causo of tho unpar
allciotl success of Vinegar Bit
ters t" 'Our answer is, that they
romovo the cause of disease, and
the patient rocovors big health. They
are the great blood purifier and a
life-giving principlo, a perfect Bono
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Nevor beforo in tho history of tha world
has a medicine been compounded pos
sessing tho romarkablo qualities of Vis
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every disease man is heir to. They aro
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relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
tho Livor and Visceral Organs, in Bilious
Diseasos.
The properties of Dr. Walk-
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Vineoab Bitt'ers the most wonder
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No Person can talce these Bit
ters according to directions, nud re
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bones aro not dostroyud hv mineral
poison or other means, and vital or
gans wasted boviiud ropuir.
Bilious, llcmittent, nnd In
terniittcnt Fevers, which aro so
prevalent in tho valleys of our groat
rivers throughout tho United States,
especially tunso of tho Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tunnessoo,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Ked, Colo
rado, Drazos, Kin Grande, Tearl,
Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, nnd many others,
with their vast tributaries, through
out our entire country during tho
Summer and Autumn, and remarka
bly so during seasons . of unusual
heat and dryness, aro Invariably ac
companied by cxtensivo dorango
monts of tho stomach aud liver, and
othor abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgativo, exerting a
powerful influenco upon thoso vari
ous organs, i3 essentially nocossary.
There is no cathartic for tho purposo
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Bittkr8, as tlioy will spoudily remove
tho dark-colored viscid mutter with which
the bowels aro loaded, at tho same time
stimulating the socrotious of the livor,
and gonoraily restoring tho healthy func
tions of tho digostivo organs.
Fortify the body against dis
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Vinbqar Jsittrrs. Xo epidomio can
take hold of a system thus lore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, noad-
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Tightness of tho ChoBt, Diiiiness, boar
Eructations of tho Stomach, Cud Taste
in tho Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
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aud a hundred othor painful symptoms,
are tho offspring of Dyspepsia. Ono bot
tlo will provo a bettor guarantee of its
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Scrofula, or King's EvU, White
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Indolent Inflammations. Morcuriol affeo
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Soro Eyes, etc. Iu thoso, as in all othor
constitutional Diseases, Walkbr'i Vik
KoAk Cirriias havo shown their groat oar-
ative powers iu tho most obstluato and
intractable casos, C
For InHamniatory and Chronic
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tont and Intermittent Fevers, Diseasos
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those Bitter have no equal. Snob Dis
eases are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons
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Plumbers, Typo-iotters, Gold-beaters aud
Minors, as they odvanco in lifo, are sub
ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of Walker's
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For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
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8ku, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of
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1 For Female Complaints, in young
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1 Cleanse the .Vitiated Blood
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or Sores; obtain it when you find it ob
structed aud sluggish in the veins; cleanse
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Tickets can be obtained at No. 1 Burnet
House, corner Third and Vine, also, at Depot,
corner Plum and Pearl streets, Cincinnati.
Be sure to nurcliaso tickets via Indianuu-
oils, Cincinnati ft Lnfnyctto ltnllroad.
u. J.. jJAUitisur.it.
Supt., Cin.
II. J. PAGE,
Gen'l T't Ag't, Cin.
PITTSBURG, CINCINNATI
ST. LOUIS R. R.
0. A M. V. DIVISION. '
Time Table To tiike effect nt 3:45 a. m., Mon-
uuy, nuvuiuuur oil, ipiii.
OOINOXAHT.
Exp. Ace.
10:00 0. in. 4:00 p.m.
Leavo Cincinnati..
" Morrow
" Clarksvllle..
' Wilmington
j.:ni p. 111. ;iu
12:41
11:40 "
7:08 "
7:80 "
8:00 "
8:ai
8:51
9:18 "
8::h) 11. m.
9:27 "
10:110 "
12:40 p. m.
1:85 '
.8:10 .
5:O0a.m.
8:40 '
10:10 "
9:10
Htfilp. ill.'
11:20
Ace.
4:(lp.in.
4 53
6:58
7:1
5:80 a.m.
1:10 "
KeeHvillu 1:81
" Wavlilngtnii..
" New Holland
" WllliuiiiHpurt
" Circlevillu . . .
" LancHsler., . .
" N. 1-exliigton
" Putnam
" Znuesvlllo ...
8:11 "
:8
2:57 "
11:18
4:M "
5:20
6:110
7I5
8:00
8:10 a.m.
18:20 p. in.
4:10
5:45
Air. Dresden .lun.
Uiva Pltuliurg ....
Arr. Ifarrlslmrgb.,
" Baltimore....
" Washington .
Philadelphia.
4:80
New York 7:0(1
" Boston ........ 5:50a.m.'
OOINO WIST,
Exp.
Leavo Dresden Juno. 6:10 a.m.
" zanosvillo 9:00
" N. Lexington
" Lancaster.,..
Circlevlllo
Williainsport
" New Ilollan.1
. " Washington ,
" Reesvlllu
, " Wilmington..
ClarksvUlo. . .
., Morrow
Arr, Cincinnati....
. ' 9:59
, 11:110
18:110 III.
12:22 p. m.
. 18:45
, ins "
. 1:M)
, 8:10 :
, 8:88 '
, 8:58
6:54
6:17
0:48
7:21
7:45
8:11
8:40
10:50
' ' C. O. WAITK, Snperlntendent,
M. Mounts, Master Transportation.
Columbus & Hooking Valley R. R.
abort Line to tho Lake and tho North
.- 1 1 . . wot.
TWO KK PRESS TRAINS DAILY,
A IOIIOWSI
Depart .
,. 6:80 a. in.
Arrive
, 10:10 a.m.
n 9:85 a.m.
, 1:20 "
, 6:60
.m.
, .4:15 p. m.
.. 1:85
Depart.
8:15iin
A'Vfvo.
i:50 p. m.
7:10 a. 111,
8:15 a.m.
8:55 '
8:48
8:44 p. in.
8:10 p.m.
9:80
Athens
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PltUburgh...,
Indianapolis..
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