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THE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1873.
&hc Jutland gutty Stobc.
THURSDAY, OCTORnR 2, 1873.
ARRIVAL AND DEPAIITt'BE OK TRAINS.
TRttKS ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
from Bellows Falls, 1:40 tt.20 n. m 's:S0 s
t8:33 n. m.
" Burlington, 12:40 Ml:32 n. m., la.SJ tf:00
Port Tlenrv. Mltfia a. rri
Bennington, man o. a.. t9:So 't-.ti n.
" Sa'ratozn. 11:43 n. m.. 0:oa A. m.
" Salem, i:o a ta:su a. in., two u.& p. ta
TRAINS LS.ITI rtCTLASID.
For Bellows Falls, 12:60 t4:S0 a. m., 'ISiIO S t6:W
" Burlington, l!43 ts:40 a. tn., n:SJ S.-03 p.
" Port Itcnry, G:03 p. m.
" Bennington, ts:00 'g-.m n. in., uss p. m
" Saratoga, S:00 n. m., '3.-GO p. tn.
" Saleui, iiilo t9:uo a. in., 'lieo 5:00 p. in.
'.Mull Train t .Mixed.
Harlem Extension way, 9.03 a. in., and i.mi p. in
Eastern way, 11.40 a. m.
Troy way, li.40 p. in,
1 roy, 12.40 1). in., 3.30 p. m anil 9.30 p. rn.
Ilb.my, 12.40 p. in., 3.30 p. in., ana 9.30 p. m.
lioston, 11.40 a. in., and 9.30 p. in.
Canada, 1.15 p. in.
Northern way, !.oo p. in.
B.u-llngton, it.uo p. ni. and 9.30 p. in.
Sa 'atoga way, 3.80 p. in.
No v York, 3.30 p. in. and 0.30 p. m.
C01 nocttcut Hirer way, 9.30 p. in.
WoaWock way, (Stage) 1.00 p. in,
Chittenden, (Tuesdays nnd Saturday,) B.00 p. 111.
Mlockbrldgo (since), 1:00 p. m.
Harlem Extension way, 9.33 p. in.
Eastern way, 2.20 p. in.
Troy way, i.ta p. in.
Troy, 1.40 a. in., 11.43 n. ni. and 4.05 p. in
Albany, 11.13 a. in., 4.N and 9.10 p. in.
Boston, 1.10 a. m. and 2.20 p. in.
Cnnndas, 12.40 n. in.
Northern way, 11.32 a. in.
Burlington, 12.40 nnd 11.32 a. in.
Saratoga way, 11.45 a. in.
New York, 1 1.43 a. in. nnd 4.G3 p. in.
onnectlciit Elver way, s.45 p. in.
Woodstock way, (stage) ll.er, a. in.
Chittenden, (Tuesdays and Saturdays) 10.30 a.m.
stockbildge (stagot, 12:30 p. in.
; . 'Malta w III be promptly closed at tnespccl
li ed hour; nil letters deposited In Iho street
hones mil lio collected at 8.45 and 11,110 a. in.,
12.10. l.so, s.o. nnd last collection lor nil nlgnt
malls, at tuo p. m. All letters deposited In t no
letterbox at U10 Depot will bo collected by
Route goids (He minutes previous to tho de
paituru of each mall train
DASHES HERE AND THERE.
Tlic sun sets to-night nt 5:43 ; rises to.
morrow morning nt 5:57.
Charity Lodge No. :), Degree of Relieknli,
holds Its regular meeting Friday evening,
October !i, 1870. All members are lcquest
ed to be present. By order of the N. O.
The legular communication of Center
Lodge No. 34, I & A. M willbe held nt
Masonic Hall this (Thursday) evening, at
7:30 o'clock. All Master Masons in regit
lar standing are cordially United.
Dr. Henry Boynton of Woodstock will
deliver the address nt Iho Fair Grounds at
2 o'clock to-day. IVu bespeak for him a
large audience. He Is a handsome speaker,
a gentleman of culture, who will speak
upon one of the important Issues of the
day which relates to thefarmera1ulclti7.cn.
Gen. 11. F. Butler, who had been invited
to deliver the address nt the Fair writes
Miner Millard, the secretary under date of
Sept. 30 : "I'uhlic duties forbid my deliver
ing the address at your agiicullural fair.
J. S. Benedict, of Castlcton, lias recent
ly sold from his valuable flock to the lead
ing wool grower of Texas, II. L. Chamber
lain, several sheep, nt good prices. This
purchaso of these sheep by such a man In
dicates the valuo of -Mr. Benedict's flock.
mriLANii iocnty court, kbitkmiiei: thism,
Hon. Hoyt II. Wheeler, Chief Judge.
Hon. Isaac C. Wlicaton, Assistant
Hon. Iliel Hollistcr, ) Judges.
Henry H. Smith, Clerk.
William M. Field, Sheriff.
Y(dnmhiy, Oct. 1, State vs. Hiram K.
Adams was continued. We give this morn
ing tho moie important portions of the tes
timony, the pressure upon our columns in
various directions, forbidding the publica
tion of the full testimony 11s taken by our
recalled, testified that he was familiar with
the situation of Adams' house ; that It was
on the north sldo of Williams sliect, nbout
120 rods from his store, and that the dis
tance to it was less by Tuttle's store to
Cottage street than by Merchant's Row ;
that he knew the detective, Chapmau, sent
for by Dyer it Adams, and that Chapman
resides in lioston ; last saw him In Boston
about tho lfet of last March, and was em
ployed by the States Attorney to find him,
and went to his house, but don't remember
on what street; had conversation with him
ubout coming to testify in this caso in re
gard to how how ho discovered tho bonds
and jewelry : said ho would come for good
pay ; that was the last I saw of him ; 1
made nn appointment with him but he
didn't keep II ; I had a talk with Detective
Chapman 011 Friday afternoon. (Tho pro
secution hero proposed to produce evidence
tending to show that the detective found a
clue to the stolen property, but on ob
jection by counsel for respondent, the
court excluded it) E. J. Oimsbce, nlso,
that l'ierpont tried to get tho detective,
Chapmnn, here, nnd was sent by him lo
Boston for that purpose, but that Chapman
wouldn't come. He also testified that he
stated in open couit to the counsel for the
respondent that, although as a matter of
law, tho slate could not take Chapman's
deposition, yet he would agree lo be pres
ent nt any place nnd any time when tho re
somlent would tako Chapman's deposition.
Kgbeit C. Tnttlc and Thomns 8. Gilson
testified upon various points.
I.. O. 1IAUI.E.V,
manager of tho Hutland.telegrapli olllce,
lead two telegrams from Chapman to Ad
ams, tho first one to tho effect that ho hail
got truces of the bonds, and the second that
ho had recovered tho property by chasing
the thief a few rods.
The prosecution rested hero and witness
es for the respondent called nnd sworn.
TKSTIMONV roit THE DEFENCE.
We glvo tho testimony of Evelyn Picr
polnt and II. K. Adams In full. S. F.
Paige, Warren Blanehard, Moses Klugsley
nnd wife, and M. 0. Everts all testified to
seeing a strango man about tho street about
tho time the fire broke out.
IIIUAM E. ADAMS,
tho respondent, testified that lio went homo
between 8.80 nnd 0 o'clock on the evening
of tho flro i that ho closed tho door himself
.and didn't know that the window was
open i that ho went to bed and to sleep,
and didn't hear anything until tho alarm of
fire, nnd didn't know whon his wlfo came
to lied, but found her there when tho
alarm was given that ho got up to go to
tho fire and felt for hU pants but could not
find them and reached Into a clothegpress
and took another pair j that ho usually left
hla pants on a chair near his bed that tic
heard the flro was In his storo ntid went
theienud found tho store open, nnd went
In and removed tho show cases across to
Cutnmings & Wing's and came back j soon
after Richardson lit tho gas nnd he was
nsked If the safe was all light j that he fout'd
thu safe closed, nnd put his hand In his
pocket for the key but couldn't
find It, took hold of knob and turned it and
key fell out j in I opened tho door the key
to the vault was In the doorj that the
watches were gone, and he noticed Dyer's
tin trunk was gonej that when he found
ho hadn't got the key he sent a man that
worked for him after It, nud that Stearns
offered to go, and that Mark brought
him the door, vault nnd sale keys , that
the safe can bo locked nnd unlocked
with key In lock and In the datk as well as
light j that Dyer came In tho storo one day
and said he had a tin trunk he wanted lo
leave with him and that he afterwards
brought It j that about tho 1st of January,
1872, saw Dyer cut coupons off tho bonds ;
that Dyer said lie ought not to bo troubled
nud should'nt ns he hud got all the bonds
out of the box and that only papcis were
left ; that he didn't know the contents of
the box on the night of the lire nnd that he
don't know anything nbout lobbing of safe
or origin of the lire j that when he went to
the Bales House, as Page testified, hu
usually went to see another man
and only went to see the detective
Chapman only on his request that, the key
found In the sewer was tho key to the
On cross examination Adams testified
that the bonds were not found through any
Information given by him to thu detectives
that the detective ch irgcd him with stealing
the bonds only by saying that he, (Adams,)
was in n worse position than If ho was I
RUTLAND COUNTY FAIR.
Tivuiuy-Illcliili Annual r.tilliillim.
The Rutland County Agricultural So
ciety commenced its twenty-eighth annual
fair on Wednesday, on tho Society's
The attendance during tho day was
small compared with previous occasions of
like character. The State fair being held
at Rutland, has measurably effected both
exhibition and the crowd which usually
attend. The show, of nnlmals nnd articles
is good, some of the horses, cattle and
sheep being superior quality. The quality
makes up for the lack of numbers.
In the cattle department thereof Messrs. A
9. and J. W. Cramton, of Rutland, and
John S. Emery, of Walllngford ; Alexan
der Newton, of Clarendon, are noticeable.
The Alderney cows of Dr. A. G. W.
Smith, of Castlcton, may be ennumer.ilcd
n.s nmoug the best on the ground, and nre
animals which siiow careful attention. Dr.
Smith has alo grade stock of good quali
ties. The grade stock for the exhibi
tion is far above tho average in that class.
The show of sheep, if not as large as some
former years, is, peihaps, the best of n
recent period. The selections from the
flocks of J. S. Benedict of Castleton, John
II. Mead of Went Rutland, and Ransom
Buidltt of Pittsford, show niilm-ds nnd
fleeces equal to tho best days of the high
sheep fever in Vermont, and those who are
again embarking in the raising or s ilo of
sheep can find no better examples of Ver
mont sheep than arc at the fair grounds.
There n.-p many line horses, single and
matched, abo good swine, poultry, etc., a
note of which we must defer on account
of the crowded state of our minimis until
our next issue.
Tho following is the
LIST OF ENTRIES:
H N Morgan, Castleton. 7 varieties of
potatoes, 0 Hubbard squashes, half bushel
German sweet turnips, 1 peck orange cur
rants, 1 peck beets, traces of sweet corn,
nee, pop corn, proline red lop corn.
Hcury Webb, Clarendon, 0 varieties of
J II Lincoln, Rutland, seven varitties of
potatoes, one-half bushel of turnips.
J S Holden. Chiiendon. 12 melons. (1
squashes, 3 varieties of garden beans.
PEl'.DS AND CHAINS.
Charles T Miner, Rutland, 1 peck field
A O W Smith, Castleton, 2 traces seed
corn, 3 quarts of garden beans.
Grove L Smith, West Rutland, one-half
bushel of winter wheat, one-half bushel
spring wheat j one-half bushel black bar
ley, one-half bushel fourrowed barley, one
half bushel beans, one-half bushel winter
Henry Mussey, Rutland, 0110 bushel of
Jiulah II Rounds, Tinmouth, one-half
bushel of wheat, one-half bushel of oats.
I) II Landon, Sudbury, one-half bushel
of I.indnn's white winter wheat, one-half
bushel Beilln sj ring wheat, 0110 peck Ger
J II Lincoln, Rutland, fix varieties of
pears, variety of apples.
E L Holden, Clarendon, 12 vailetlesof
J 8 Holden, Clarcudon, 18 varieties of
Jonas Wilder, West Rupert, 10 varieties
of pears, 7 varieties of grapes.
1) II Landon, Sudbury, 10 varieties of
MUCK HOUSED 1ST. CLASS.
John Potior, Clarendon, 1 stock horse.
W C Butler, Pittsford, 1 stallion, 0 year
old, "Ethan Allen."
A W Aldrich, Sherwsbury, Islockhorse,
0 year old, "Morgan Chief."
Charles II (lloumin, Claiendon, 1 slock
horse, 5 year old.
MOCK HOUSES 2ll CLASS.
J G Keller, Rutland, 1 stallion, !1 year
H F Keller, Rutland, 1 stulllon, 3 year
Jerry W Johnson, Dauby, 1 stallion 3
J F Egglcston, Pitlsroid, 1 stallion, 2
J S Chadburn, 1 stallion, 0 year old.
Lester Fish, lin, 1 stallion, d year old.
A A Grecno, Rutland, 1 pair mulched
B F Keller, Rutland, 1 span horses.
John Potter, Clarendon, 1 span matched
A H Daufoith, Rutland, 1 pair matched
John Huntooii, Rutland, 1 pair matched
Moses B Brown, Clarendon, 1 span
A P Thornton, Castlcton, 1 span matched
William Eayrcs, Pittsford, 1 pair match
Chas L Miner, Rutland, 1 brood mare and
8 F Kcllcy, Rutland, one gelding 5 years
8 L Daniels, Rutland, ono gelding, 7
A W Aldrich, Clarendon, three sucking
II F Lathrop, Rutland, ono brood maro
and colt ; one colt 3 yr old.
J II Lincoln, Clarendon, ono brood marc.
Ebcnezcr Fisher, Shrewsbury, brood
ware and colt.
Perley WUkins, Mcndon, one brood maro
Groro L Smith, West Rutland, oncbrood
mare nnd colt.
M II Sherman, Clarendon, Ono horse 4
Andrew Perry, Poultney, one colt 3 yr
D T Holden, Clarendon, one brood mare
Hannibal Woodruff, Rutland, ono car
A J Mead, West Rutland, ono gelding
A II Danforth, Rutland, ono grey geld
ing. E A Smith, Danbv, one carriage horse.
W G Marsh, Clarendon, one carriage
E B Aldrich, Shrewsbury, ono sucking
L A Russell, Shiowsbury, 1 brood maro
John S Paris, Dauby, 1 brood maio and
L G Fish, Shrewsbury, 1 brood mate and
Charles It Sherman. Clarendon, one 2
year old colt, one 5 year old mare.
l' u Jloouey, Clarendon, onu 7 year old
Alouzo Kcllcy, Rutland one 0 year old
Caleb Buffum. Rutland. 1 brood mare
J F Exclcatoii. Pittsford. 1 slnirledrlviiiD:
J E Johnson, Rutland, 1 male.
O D Yoims. West Rutland. 1 ranlaeo
illlam O Harrison. Chittenden, one 2
year old colt.
William Ross. Claiendon. 1 narriaire
iVustlu Slinmrrail. Rullai d. onu 3 vear
old colt, one 2 year old colt, one sucking
L Dawley, Rutland, 1 carriage horse.
L J Webb. Clarendon, 1 yearling colt.
Isaac S Dull, Pittsford, one 0 year old.
EF Jackson. Pittsford. one 3 vear old
Chailcs Burdctt. Pittafoid. 1 brood mate
I Ilcniy Reiiiimrton, Rutland. 1 clrivlm:
B Stevens. Pittsford, 1 dilving horse.
Caleb BulTuni, R11II.1111I, 1 tliMng hoi sc.
Will ml Smith. Claiendon. 1 drlvlnir
Willis Benson, Claiendon, 1 brood mate,
mid colt; 1 suckling colt.
George Lincoln, 'Rutland. 1 brood 111.110
and colt; 1 colt 2.vo.us old; 1 yearling
Henry Mussey, Rutland, 2 colts 3 years
John Engrem, Rutland, 1 horse (! years
Moses W Kcllcy, Rutland, 1 coll S years
old: 2 cm riago horses.
Hannibal llodgrs, Clarendon, 1 driving
Chaile.s II Gleason, Claiendon, 1 blood
mare nnd colt.
Levi C Foster, Sliicwpburv. 1 vcailinu
colt j 1 suckling colt.
Edwin Congdon, Clarendon, 1 maro 5
Franklin II Goiham, West Rutland, 1
gelding (1 years old.
oaiti.i: ioi:iiio.- nnr.KDs.
John S Emery, Walllnsford, 1 yearling
bull, Roan Chief; I cow, Lcttlu ; 1 heller
2 years old, I.ctlle 2d; 1 veailing heifer,
J W Lincoln, Rutland, 1 yearling heifer;
1 yeai ling bull.
Alexander Newton, Claiendon, 1 cow 8
years old ; 1 ye.ullug bull.
A S it .1 W Cramton, Rutland, t cow,
(shoit born; Clifton Maid ; 1 cow, Straw
heirySd; 1 cow, Misi Howard; 1 heifer
calf, Belle of Riill.uid ; 1 heifer calf, Clif
ton .Maid 2d; 1 bull calf, i:thau2d.
Henry Ilnywnrd, Rutland, 1 cow.
VOUWON UKEEDl NOT llECllIIDr.l).
John S. Emery, Wallingfoid 1 cow,
Martha ; 1 cow, Bessie; 1 cow. Snowdrop;
1 yearling heifer; Ilelloof Walllngfoid.
AG W Smltb, Castleton Aldeiner cow,
Jenny, 8 years old; 1 Alderney heifer,
Daisy ; 1 Alderney calf, Lilly ; 1 "Alderney
cow, Beauty ; 1 yearling Alderuev heller
Ilannllial Woodrufl', Tinmouth 1 Ayr
William E.yres, Pittsford 2 grade
calves, 2 Ayrshiic calves, Victor nnd lleio.
Willis Benson, Clarendon 1 Jersey bull,
two years old.
Moes W. Kcllcy, Claiendon, 1 Jeiey
bull, 2 years old.
DOMESTIO AND MIXED IIIIKKDH.
A G W Smith, Castlcton, 1 cow 7 years
old, 1 heifer, 1 ycniliiig bull, 1 cow 4 years
old, 1 yearling heifer.
J W Lincoln, Clarendon, 1 cow, 1 year
John N Baxter, Rutland, 1 pair fat cat
tle William Walcot, Rutland, 1 cow.
R W Johnon, Rutland, 1 bull llvoyeais
Caleb Buffum, Rutland, 1 yearling bull.
John Engieni, Rutland, 1 yearling bull.
Henry .Mussey, Rutland, "l grade cow,
1 grade yearling heifer, 1 grade calf.
A S it J W Crauton, Rutland 1 heifer
Jcsso L Billings, Rutland, 1 fnl cow, 1
hull 2 years old.
O 1) Young, Wf.-t Rutland, 1 pair fat
Illram Smith, Clarendon, 1 bull calf, 1
grade cow, 1 heifer calf.
Oiln Thomas, 1 pr fat cattle 5 years old.
Franklin B Gorlmm, West Rutland, 1
cow 0 years old.
E L Holden, Claiendon, 1 yearling
Alexander Newton, Clarendon, 1 yearling
bull, 1 cow.
HOl rll DOW'!.' NEW OXnilUlsltlllE.
E L Holden, Clarendon, 5 CotswoM
owes, Cotswold buck, 1 Cotswold buck
lamb, 1 Cotswold lamb.
Win R Hill, Pittsford, (Cotswold) 1
buck 3 years old, 1 buck two years old, ('.
ewes 3 years old, (1 ewes 2 years old, 5
yeailing ewes, 0 buck lambs, 3 ewe lambs,
H B Lord, 8hruwsbury, 1 tub butler.
) D Young, West Rutland, 1 tub butler.
Ransom Burditt, Pittsford, 1 tub but
ler. E C Fish, Ira, 1 tub butter.
Willis Benson, 1 lar butter.
Mrs Sarah Smith, Clarendon, 25 lbs.
(print) butter, 25 lbs. butler.
Enoch Ives, Tinmouth, 1 jar butter.
Chailcs L Miner, Rutland, 1 sago cheese,
1 plain cheese,
Jiulah II Rounds, Tiiimoulb, 2 cheeses.
II R Cllft, Mlddletown, 2 plain cheeses.
Maish Brothers, Claiendon, 1 factory
William Eayrcp, Pittsford, 1 factory
IIUEAD AND OAKE.
.Miss Ifaltie Fish, 1 loaf wheal bread.
Mrs (irovo L Smith, West Rutland, I
Laura E Newton, (8 years old), 1 loaf
Nettle Engrem (11 years old), Rutland,
1 loaf wheat bread,
Esther Pinker, 1 loaf White Mountain
Eva C Smith, Claiendon, 1 loaf blown
Mrs Hiram Smith, Clarendon, 2 loaves
cuke, 2 loaves wheat bread,
C O Luce (I or daughter), Brandon, 1 loaf
MAl'I.U BfOAI! AND HO.S'EV.
John Engrem, Rutland, 25 II13 maple
AH ifcJ WCramtnn,Kutland,2 specimens
of maplo syiup.
Enoch Ives, West Tinmouth, 4 bottles
A T Colvin, Dauby, 25 lbs maplo sugar,
1 quart maplo syrup.
Jcsso L Billings, 1 pr turkeys, 1 pr geese,
2 lowls, 1 pr bantams, 1 pr ducks, 1 pr
William Eayree, Pittsford, two turkeys.
W S Eddy, Claiendon, two dark red
game chickens; ono gamocock; Win Moul
ton, ono pr chlckcus.
MAHBLE AND IiOOFINO SLATE.
Henry Stearns, Rutland, flftren pieces of
Samuel C Gibson, Clarendon, one York
shire sow nnd pigs j one Yorkshire boar, 10
Edward Lawlor, Rutland, ono sow aud
A G V Smllh, Castlcton, one sow and
Jesse L Billings, Rutland. 1 boar.
Charles Johnson, one Chinese pig, 3
John II Mead, We3t Rutlaud. tluee pens
breeding ewes ; thico pens yearling owes ;
three pens ewe lambs.
Ransom Burditt, Pittsf rJ, live Merino
ewes; five ewe lamus.
E II Boardman, West Rutland, live
breeding ewes ; five yeai ling ewes ; live ewe
J S Benedict, Castleton, five ewe lambs.
MERINO BUCKS AND l.AMUS,
S B Lovcland, Pittsford, 1 merino buck.
Ransom Burditt, Pittsford, 5 mciino
owes, 10 merino lambs.
John II Mead, West Rutland, 1 buck 2
years old, 4 yearling bucks, 4 buck lambs.
J S Benedict, Castleton, 3 buck lambs.
B R Grecno. Rutland, one pair .woiking
Marsh Brotheis, Clarendon, 1 pair work
II P Lathrop, 1 pair working oxen 0
years old, 1 pair 4 years old.
Elmore Chiding, West Rutland, 1 pair
woiking oxen 0 years old.
Grove L Smith, West Rutland, 1 pair
working oxen 4 vcars old.
Hannibal Wooclrulf, Rutland, 1 pair oxen
C years old.
John N Baxter, Rutland, 1 pair woiking
oxen 7 yens old.
Willis Benson, Clarendon, 1 pair steers 3
yo.il s old.
G V Cro3sman."Clarcndon, 1 pair work
ing oxen 7 years Id.
Edwin Congdon, Clarendon, 1 pair work
lug oxen 4 year old, 1 pair yowling steers.
Leyl Piimo, Rutland, 1 double wagon, 1
Samuel Terrill, Rutland, 1 Kerne two
1 101 so wagon.
Joseph" Austin, 4 horse shoes.
J L Tultle, West Rutland, 1 lop buggy
Cl.uk L Long, Rutland. 1 lumber self
brake wagon, 1 two hoi se farm wagon, 1
one horse lumber wagon.
W E Ross, Rutland, 1 case of boots and
Graies it Leddell, Ilydeville. 10 plows,
3 cultivator, 1 shovel plow, 2 road snip
ers. 1, Ameiiean clothes dryer.
P S Ryan & Son, Rutland, 1 milk and
tunnel stinlncr, 1 sap evaporator.
C O Luce, Brandon, 1 horse r.ikc.
The Hist race called was for three year
old colls, for :i purse or .'J35, $20 to first,
$10 lo second, and 5 to third. For this
weie entered :
Rob the Ranter, by Edwaid Qullty.
Berwick Maid, " M. K. Hotehklss.
Lady Banner, " T. Rock.
Ned, " Leonard Fish,
wlm drew positions in the order named
Rob bad the best of the send oft', but nt
the quarter mile the Maid had taken the
lead, Ned being third; nt thu half mile
Rob nnd the Maid were trotting closely
together, but ill tho lliiid quattiT mile Rob
una two lengths ahead. After cnteiing on
the home slreleii ho luoke. and his diiver,
tiying to bring him In Ids feet, nlmnst
brought him to n stop, which gave the
Maid a chance, who parsed him, coining hi
about one halt length ahead of the Maid.
Ned several lengths behind of her, while
the Lady was Hotting for her own amuse
ment (probably) long way behind.
The horses had a very even send off but
nt the quarter pole Rob was about two
lengths ahead and milling very finely while
the Maid was liying hard to reach him
Lady Banner far behind, her driver Hying
hard to force her along by n free applica
tion of Iho whip. This position was ob
sened nt tho half mile; nt thethice-qiiaiter
mile it was ctideul that Bob bad ll all his
own way, aud he came in 011 almost a walk
several lengths nhe.nl of the M ild ; the
other two being far behind. Time, 3:0:1.
Except Banner who was trailing behind
the horses had 11 good send olT, nnd nt the
quarter mile Rob and the Maid weio trot
ting very evenly together but the Maid
gained and nt tho end of tho half mile was
about two lengths ahead of Rob, the others
being so fur behind as lo attract no notice
whatever. This position she kept to the
end of the mile, coming In on almost a
walk about five lengths ahead of Rob and
winning the heat and tho race. Time, 3:18.
I'uifo of $35 for three year old (oltii
.$20 to first, $10 In second, S-5 to ihbd.
Hob, the Ranter - S 1 1
Berwick ,Mnld I 2 2
Ned 3 3 3
Lady Banner 14 I
Time-3.12; 3.00 ; 3.18.
Tho second race was for fnm-year olds,
for n purse of r,o 35 to first, $15 to
second, 810 to third. For this race tho
following horses wciecnteied :
Lester Fish enters Sleepy David
A II Danforth " Canton Boy
Hiram Lincoln " Kentucky Hoy
L Dawley " Golddust
who drew positions; In Iho above order.
Judges John W Cramton, Wtmcu Un
let, Henry Noble.
Afler Unco attempts to score the word
"go" was given, nnd with the exception of
Kentucky Boy, who was trailing behind
thu horses, had a very even start. At the
quniler mile pole Canton Boy nnd Golddust
weio almost neck nnd neck together, but
were soon passed by David, but at Iho half
mile pole ho was closely followed by Gold,
dust, Canton Boy having broken badly. At
tho three quarter mllo polo tho horses held
ubout the samo position, but on entering
the honiu stretch David dicw away from
Golddust, coming In about one length ahead
of her, Canton Boy third, Kentucky Hoy
far in tho icar. At this llmo the diiver of
Oolddust cnteied u protest against Sleepy
David 011 account of age, hut tho judges
illsallowed It nud gayu tho heat to Sleepy
David. Time, 2:5!).
At tho word "go" Canton Boy, Gclddiut
and Sleepy David started well together,
Kentucky Boy trailing as usual, but at
mllo polu Golddust had tho lead, but was
soon passed by Canton Boy who kept tho
lead to the end of tho heat, Golddust,
second, Sleepy David, third. Time, 3mln.
Tho horses stalled well together, but
Golddust soon took tho lead, which she
kept to tho end, winning thu heat. Can
ton Boy, second. Time, 3,03.
Golddust had a trlflo tho best of the
send off, nud soon wai quite a distance
ahead, but after the half mile was made
Canton Boy gained, but Golddust won the
heat, Canton Boy coming In about one-half
length behind her, Slceply David, third,
Kentucky Boy far In tho rear 01 usual.
This was the most exciting heat of the
race, as Golddust and Canton Boy kept well
together, but when the mile was made
Golddust was about n neck ahead of Can
ton Boy, Sleepy David third. Time, 3.01,
Purse of $50, to four year old colts ; $23
to first, 915 to second, 810 to third.
Sleepy David 1 3 3 3 3
Canton Boy 3 12 2 2
Kentucky Boy 44444
Golddust 2 2 111
Time 2.59, 3.00, 3.0.1, 3.01, 3 01.
Judges John W. Cramton, Truman Hu
lelt, Henry Noble.
Allen & Drew, 27 Merchants' Row, are
selling goods nt cost for 30 days, to close
out stock : Hals, Caps, Furnishing Goods
nud Ready Made Clothing. Good Goods
at very low prices.
PsnsoMAi.. Dr. Hayward of lioston, at tho
llsnvtcl: House, tor ono week. Clironte dlscaso
eradicated by Ids powerful Ital magnetic treat
ment. Consultation free. octsd3d
nnXKlSOJTS l'ATUNT S111PPINO TAOS.
over 500 millions have been used within the
past ten yentp, without coinplalntof loss by tn(f
becoming detached. All I'.xpress companies
uo them, siold by Printers nnd Stnlloneis
(ll.Olir. PAl'tll! CO. 1IUTI.ANI),
now to r.ionTHN woman's i.aiioh.
It "time Is money," thou everything Hint
tends to taellltute labor Is a positive pecuniary
bcnell. to mankind. 'Iho best sewing machine
or churn Is not n "good stiuii!; woman," nsex
perleucn proves, bo Hupollo, In enabling ono
woman to easily do as much cleaning of every
kind In one day as two women can do In two
days with M10 scrubbing biush and soap. Is a
jiosltlvi! blessing to the human race. No wo
man who has once used It will ccr usci any
thing rise ns a substitute. Sold by all dealeis.
Ilie ehi npest ns well its best cleansing sub
stance In ibc world.
Agent' lor llio (IIoIh.
II. I.. SiUsoii. ll'-niitnglon.
II. 1. Morgan, Walllnglord.
Herbert Smith, Factory Point.
II. K. llard.Arlliiglon.
.M. II. Keiley, South Walllngford.
r. 1;. Pierce, Kast clarendon.
II. .1. Carpenter, ISrntlloboro.
c.lbbs & Co., lirauiliin.
Deiinlson lirothein, Pittsford.
W. M. Hay, Mlildli bury.
Hums llolt, Plttsllehl.
.1. 1). culver, llydfvllle.
'1'. K. Ilorloii, clarendon.
D. P. Peabody, Plllsrord
Aldca tc Co., .Mlddlebury.
II. 11. Spencer, Sutherland Fall 1.
.1. N, Haskell, Fulrhaven.
A. I,. Kellogg, Castlelon.
c. .1. (illmoie, West Hiillind.
I. . .Iiilinaoii, West P.iulrt.
W.H. Il.issetl. MlddletoH n.
.lames nice, Paw lei.
II F. I'annenter, .Mccliantenlllc.
I). llortnn. Mount Holly.
W. W. lltbbard, l'oultiiu.i.
P. lloltmi, D.inby 1 Conii'rs.
William Pierce, Ilanby
II. A. Carter, Ilenson.
W. II. Hull, Wells.
o. F. Woods bellows Falls.
P. II H'lbblns, Chester.
II. H Allen. F.usi Walllngford
Sherman Krot lid's. Ludlow,
in-own Ic riaik, Chittenden
.1. I). Pardv. Manchester.
S ?.I Souilianl. Ver'.'ennes.
A fair for tin- benedi of tho New Catholic
chui-eh (now In Hi" coui"i! of election) will be
held In Town Hall. at I'.ilrb.iven, commencing
Monday, Oetoboi-oth, nud will continue during
the week. A Ilberul patronage Isexpected from
all. So) eral userul atul fancy :u t leles are ottered
E M () V A I.
II.Dlir undo e.namiemeuts wllh Mr. K. X.
Met 1 lain at No. 19 Merchants How, tooceupy
tho same store with him, nolleo Is hereby giun
that I have lenioved my stocktf
KSTKV COTTAOi: DltdANS, KTC,
to that place, where may lio found, ntall time-,
n larve stocl; nt prices and terms to iiult.
CfT'uIt nndox.imluo them.
(HKIltOi: Q. HAY.
llutland, Oct. 1, HB, octudlw
T.TI-:itINARV. F. C. Wilkinson's
(freat Kugllsli Cough Powders, Tor Horses
only. A Mini caso for Cuuglis, colds, Swelling
of thu (Hands, Sore Throat, Hpldeinle, Catarili,
llorso All, nnd all illsca'CS, of tho Throar nnd
These powders are sufo at ull times, being
freo frein poisonous Drugs. Prifparrd by F. c.
WILKINSON, Vertluary surgeon, Clareinont,
N. II. For salo b.v C. I'. WIND, ngenls lor Hut
land mill Meliiltj. sep'i-Jdlw
( IKl.KltV PLANTS From Peter Hender
J son riiuly on and utter Juno villi. Send In
,otir orders. Cabbage plants for laic crop by
Ihe hundred or tlioiisaud; also, nreeu Peas
ready iiboul July 1st. Flower plants, among
whli-It Is tho celebrated Auiaraiitlws Salslfollus
or Fountain Plant, eoiistantl.) on hand. Bou
quets, wrealhs A-e., made to order.
iu.ijr.dlv N'ear Fall- (Hounds
fiOMPOSlTORS. Wanted, two or three
Kj good eomiKisllors. only sober, Industri
ous lut'ii i,.,ii npplv.
(ii.oni: PAPiiii co.
SIATK! CIIOI.KRA IN CHINA.
ALMOST FVIlltV casi: cumin WITH
Dr.Aii Sins ; During a residence "t some ten
years In Slam nud china, us u missionary, 1
luiiml jour I'ltln-Klller a most valuable remedy
Tor Unit fearlip scourge the Cholera.
In administering the medicine I round It most
encclu.il In give .1 lea-spoonrul of Faln-Klllcr
In 11 gill of hot water sweetened wllh sugar;
then, after nbout lllleeu minutes, begin logUu
ubout a tablesioonful (X the saum mixture
eu-ry few minutes until relief was obtained.
Apply hot applications to tho extremities.
Il.it In- tho stomach wllh tho Paln-Klller, clear,
audiiililho limbs brlsklj'. Of those who hud
the Cholera, and look tho medicine ralthlullj'.
In tho way slated abo)e, eight out of ten re
IMA-. lt.TU!.F01!l: Missionary lu China.
lit: ui sins: Dui lug 11 long resldeueu In China
I InUc ll-cd jour valuable I'.llti Killer, both 111
my own family and among thu Chinese, mid
have found It a most excellent medicine. In the
summers of Iscj and Isiu, wlillu residing fn
Shanghai, I found II an almost certain euro for
cholera, If used In time. Indeed, using It In u
great many Instances, 1 do not remember fall
ing lu a slnglucase. For three jeiirs 1 liuo
been residing lu this place, mora than Ilfty
mllt-H from a physician, and have been obliged
often to fall Ukjii my own resources in cases of
sickness. The Chinese eoino to us In great
numbers for medicine and advice. Though
without medical Knowledge ourselves, for few
simple remedies we can command are wi much
In advance even of their physicians, that wo
have almost dally applications. Wo allow them
10 cyme, because It brings us In contact with
I hem and opens a door of usefulness, miliar
rhea, colic, 0n11tlng, cholera, coughs, etc.,
your Paln-Klller lias been my chief medicine.
Yours, u-rj- trulj,
ltllV. T. P. CItAWFOIll),
Thoso using Paln-Klller Miould strictly ob
servo tho fuilowlng directions;
At thu commencement of tho disease, tako a
teasiwonfulor Paln-Klller, In sugar and water,
and then batlio treely acrusstha stomach nud
bowels with tho Paln-Klller clear. Should the
diarrhea and cramp continue, repeat tlio dosu
every lltleen minutes, lathis way tho dread
ful seourgo may bo checked and tho patient re
lieved In tho courso of a few hours.
N. 11. Ilo Buronudget tho genulno article;
audit Is recommend ,d by thoso who halo used
tho Piiln-Ktller for Iho cholera, that In extreme
cases tho patient take two (ormoie) teaspoon
huts Instead ef one.
Tho PAIS-K I l,I.i:il Is 10M by nil tho Drug
gists nnd Dealers tn Family Medicines.
Pi Ice, lis and M) cents and ft.
PHItltY DAVIS A- SON,
Mnnut'H Prop's. 180 High St., Providence, It. I.
rjIWENTV DOLLARS REWARD
Will bo paid for tho
DCTKCTION, Altl!i:ST AN I' CONVICTION
of tho person or persons who, wantonly nnd
maliciously, inut'l.itcd tho stone erected to the
memory of my child In tho Catliollo Cemetery
In this place,
RUglTdtt DANIEL CItONAN,
Special to the llutland Olobk.
The Fair nnd Centennial nt Walllngford
Walmkoford, Oct. 1.
At the adjourned meeting of the citizens
Walllngford held to-day to take action re-
latlve.to n. centennial celebration, a largo
number were present and much enthusiasm
prevailed. Tho funds Were provided lo
.meet the expense. It was decided to hold
an agricultural fair m connection with the
centennial celebration on Wednesday and
Thursday, October 15th and 10th. The
officers were appointed as follows i
Pi csldcnt Aaron Aldrich.
Vice Prcsldents-D K Rogers, Judah II
Rounds, Joseph Randall, Edwin Congdon,
Jtldson Packer, Jacob Fuller.
Secretaries George II Harris, Joseph K
Marshal N P Rounds.
Comtnlttecss on arrangements and relics
were also appointed.
It was unanimously voted to invite the
people of the adjoining towns to bring in
relics for tho centennial nnd articles lor the
The people of Tinmouth aro making am
ple preparations for the unvalllng of the
Chlpman monument on Fildny. The East
Walllngford band have been engaged, and
Chlpman Lodge of Masons at Walllngford
havo been Invited tn join In the ceremonies
of the occasion. The ladles of the town
ate making ample provision for furnishing
lefrcshments to those who conic from
abroad. The services will take place im
mediately after the collation has been
served. The arrangements seem to be fit
ting to honor the memory of the dlslln-
guished dead. M.
Special to the (Ii-obk.
MlDDI.EIlUIiY, Oct. 1.
The turnout to witness the trot for the
'5 purse, though good, was not rcmarka
lily large. Many doubtless did not feel
disposed to bravo the cold, culling breeze
that swept over the grounds, making those
who were foolish enough to put In an np
pearancc without overcoats shiver as with
the ague. Though the trotting was not
particularly fast, it was thoroughly enjoy
able to all who witnessed It. The followi
ng entries weie made:
Fannie, W, S. Stewait, Tieonderoga.
Maggie, W. 11. Wright, Bridport.
Golddust, J. I.ayinc, Crown Point.
Spruce, Joe Bacon, Builingtoti.
Tho time appointed for tho race was two
o'clock, but It was nearly three o'clock
before a good send off was made. Tho
race was decided in favor of Fannie.
Maggie, 1, 4, 4, 4,
F.inule, 1, 1, 1, 1,
Golddust, 2, 3, 2, 2,
Spruce, 3, 2, 3, 3,
Everything went off nicely and to the
general satisfaction of ull Interested.
And thus closed the Hist day of thu first
exhibition of the Addison County Horse
rile following nftditlon.il entries have
been made ;
Joseph Nash, New Haven, 1 wllh cult.
O. It. Warner, Cornwall, 1 with colt.
Joseph Nash, New Haven, 1.
II. S. I.angdon, New Haven, 1.
P. II. Warner, Cornwall, 1.
The lleilslou or the Bible.
Nr.w Y"oi:k-, Oct. 1.
Thu Ameiiean Itihlo Union for thu i en
vision of the Itible met to-day and elected
the following olllccrs: President, Rev.
Thomas Armitage; Sccrctaiics, Rev. W.
II. WickolV and W. H. Pendleton; Treas.
tiler, ihomas viilkcr. I be boanlol mini,
ageis lcpoited satisfactory progicss in re
vising the Bible, and expected It lo be fin
ished this year.
Fi inn Washington.
I'llSTMASl EI! A1TOIN1 Ell.
Wasiiinoion. Oct. 1.
The Pi csldcnt has appointed Edward C.
Xegley postmaster at Pittsburg, Pa., vice
John II. Slowart suspended under the
tciiHie of olllce law.
POSTAL CAUIiS ACClMt'I.AlED.
Tho postal department icpoits the accu
mulation of postal cards ahead of orders
lot the first time since their Introduction.
Pom- Jimvis, Oct. 1.
A man named John Mack was found
dead this morning near Basket, Sullivan
County, N, V., on tho Erie railroad. It is
supposed to bo n caso of murder. Tho
coroner is now engaged In nn Investigation
Horrible On Ira go on n Servant Girl.
Columiius, Ohio, Oct. 1.
Carrie Colvcr, u handsome servant girl,
while returning to her homo last evening,
about ten o'clock, was seized by a party of
men In a thickly settled portion of tho city
and held firmly wlillo chloroform was ad.
ministered until insensible She was then
taken to some placosho does not remember,
where she was lion inly outraged. The
ghl was found this morning In a miserable
condition, on the porch of her home, on
Goodalu street. Her body was scratched
and bruised, and her clothes badly sollod
and torn, Sho Is now In a dangerous con
Richmond, Yn., Oct. 1.
John B. Baldwjn, speaker of theiebel
house of representatives, died at Stanton,
Dissensions Among Carllsts.
Madrid; Oct 1,
Dissensions In tho ranks of (he Ciullsts
aio increasing, and tho leaders, Dorregar.
'ray, Roda nnd I.lzzaraga havo left their
command) and arrived at Bayonne,
News fr&m South America.
EAHTUyUAKE SltOCKS-'AMEKIOAN EXCESSES
New York, Oct. 1.
Panama papers to the 22d ultimo bring
the following Central and South American
adyices ; Honduras h quiet. The steamer
General Sherman was off Puerto Cabello
Wednesday, disabled. ,
There weie several shocks Of earthquake
In Mntuialla. on August 31 but lio damage
. Several Americans from New Oilcans
aic committing excesses- at Ruatan, Nicar
agua. A revolution In Peru was suppressed snd
the lea ler beaten to death.
Banooi!, Oct. 1.
Conductor Wesley L. Brcese was stand
ing on tho steps of a car, yesterday fore
noon, and was struck by the side of a
bridge, knocked off nnd Instantly killed,
hh skull being crushed In,
EiniANON, N. H., Oct. 1.
A destructive fire broke out this morn,
lug lu the wool depot of G. W. Gcrrlsli,
and spread rapidly east to the store house
of the Slurteyant Manufacturing Company,
thence to the residence of Lyman Whipple,
which was partially consumed.
A Wrecked Schooner.
New Yoiik, Oct. 1.
A Halifax dispatch says the missing
schooner Thcee Brothers of Petite river,
Lunenburg county, was picked up nad
towed Into Little river, Newfoundland, on
1 of September. She Is a complete
wreck, with spars, pales and rigging all
gone, beven bodies weru found In thu
cabin. The icmainder of thecocw of four
teen aio supposed to have been washed
The Canadian Investigation.
Ottawa, Oct. 1.
The Royal Commission met at noon. The
names of all witnesses who have failed to
appear were called None of these answer-
ng, the chairman announced that the com
mission had examined all witnesses that
had appeared and declared the sittings
closed. It is understood that one cominis.
loner will remain to prepare u teport; the
others will proceed to their homes and re
turn In time to revise and complete It.
Tivw Vorlc Mnric una iTjonuy IMiirkt-l.
Nkw Yoiik, Oct. 1
Money Is at K premium nt" per cent, with
considerable In tho supply at tho close.
(Irccnbacks sold at a premium of 13 per
cert, for certified checks. Hanks nnd bankers
were buying lo remit the West anil South for
crop movements. F.arly In the day tho supply
was less than the demand, but towards the
eloso tho orrcrlngs were more liberal. The gov
ernment has concluded to dlspcnso freely of
currency. The current expenses lor 1110 quar
ter ending September, and also for tho quarter
ending wllh that monlli, tho currency balanco
Is sinall.ilt I-: estlmaded that tho Treasury will
havo to encroach upon ttl,'io),eoo of tho reseno
to the extent of trom 10,000,00) to l'.'.ooo.
Cold Is carry In? tho rates of Sfrf7 to lo 1.W
Treasury disbursements t;,'.
Thu Customs receipts to-diy ninounled to
Stocks 1110 active and lluotuatlug. Willi u con-
aldcrable rush of business, but later In tho day
work was done lu a regular way. Thu principal
activity was In the government stocks of yes
terday-. Tho Vundei bill's, Hock Island and Fa-
elllc met with iluctuattons of 3t, per cent.
A largo business forsma-llot was transacted
largely for investment, and closed steady.
(Sold closed at 10','.
(iovernmcnts, better prleo.
Nothing doing In State bonds.
Money closed nt to per cent to Hat.
Very little doing In blocks.
The following nre tho closing quotations :
U.S. BsMruJ ltl'4'1
U. s. lis 112 eouiiou.113
I'. S. fi-KOs M Coup. 107
II. S Mills 'lilCOUp.KH
II. S. s-'Jos v.i old. 10J
U. S K-lMsV.1 IIUW'.llI'J
l'. s; c-ajs w Wih
If. s. 6-ai.s 'lis UKjj
V. s cs new lo!,
ir. s. 10-ios reg....lolH
If. s. 10-ios coiipon.lu;,
l.'urieiiey os 10'J
son canal loil
l.'anli 11 f '
Const Ud lied Coal It
bus K cm
N'.J. Central. ...
MIL St. Paul
do. ttreferred. . .
T. W. X W
do. preterreil .
F01 1 Wayne
Alton and Tel re
do. piefened... '.'7
Chicago A: Alloa.. S5
do. pieferred... .i
Ohio K Mississippi. 27J,
DeL.ljlCk. .V West. S7'
lioston, Hurt rant
C. c. Indiana
O. II. .v o s.1
)ii!,-i-oli..r Is senli.
nal X St. JO-
ilo. preleired. mif lOutrul I'atlllc.... 91J,'
Paclllc Mall :i2,'4 I'nloii luclllc 11
isoslou w a I e i- mams..
Adams Fxprcss... su,sj
Wells, l'nrga & Co. Wl
United states Im
New Muk ( eniral
.c II. It. I! HJVLa. lis
KrUi fd Hji. s new
do piefened.... iu . Levee s
Ilarleiii 110 I do. s's
do. pit-fi rred. llu Ala. ss
Michigan Central.. 7S do. .Vs
Panama Hs" Oa.ils
Itiilon l'aellle ls do. 7'h
I.ako shore A' Mich iSiH-clal Tax
So tl .North Carolina Us.
Illinois Cenlral... U7 1 do. new.
Cleveland; Pills- iSoulli Carolina Cs..
buig 60 "e iv.
Chicago X Norlh- i:chauge, long...l074'
western 4I141D0. short lsu
do. piefened. osjil
vw Vorlt I'roiliK-o .lliirlu-l.
New Yoiik, Oct. 1.
Cotton Mm Let In little belli r rcquct for
export at steady prices. Sales l!S7o bales at
l,o for Middling uplands.
F1.0CB. ltceelpi?, Is.lCil bbls. 5.in,, 10.25 bet.
teron shipping grades, wllh a very limited ui
ply. Frainlly grade still rule heavj'. Thu e
iiui t demand Is fair. Sates ol 0,100 barrels at s.7n
i.vS S5 for suierllne Western nnd Slutu;
fil.0-) f.i 0.C0 for common to good Mtra western
nud slate ; in caw T 1!3 lor good to eholcu do;
17 v., o.s so lor common to choice while wheat
western extra; lassto sou for common lu
good extin ohlojM ur, i.jlo 11 for common lo
choice extra SI, Iouls.
ItvK I-'miuh. The market Is lu muderuto re
quest and without decided change, ut t 75 4
Cons Meal. The mat Let for corn meal Is
rafiiernioroacthoaiidllrin ut 3HM3im for
Western ; ta vo. 1 00 for llrandj w Inc.
Whiskey. Tho maikel Isstronger nt Wo
(8li on extreme.
Wiikat. Iteeelpts IM.CIi! bush, with heavy
prices. Tho market, however. Is without ileehi
edchauge, 'llieru Is a Utile more doing In the
Sterling H.xchaiigc, and this bus cull nil In
creased ilemnnd for oxpoit. Sales of
iuiLou-i bushels; $1 M mor No. u Chicago;
tl.U (4 1.45 for N, i Milwaukee; uotl lor
winter red western ; I oj for umber western ;
1 f3 for winter red Illinois; 1 a for Minnesota
Hvb Tho marked without decided change,
at si) for western;
Haklky. Tli market Is tlrm. sales in.ooa
bushels of 4-roed statu deliverable on Thurs
day t tl.54.
ItiKi.KY Mai.t, -iMuiknt Is la fair request.
Sales 10,000 bushels of l-roived state ut fl.is for
rjlO l'RINTKRS AND I'UIII.ISHKRS.
Tho. OLOI1E Paper Co., havtug duplicates of
tho following arllcles olTer them for salo ut low
steam Kngliic, suitable for running presses,
IIoo Cant Press;
Smllh Hand Press,
I ivn k'ramu Paper Cutter,
Curd cutter, .
Tivqltujo JUllei-lni; Machines,
' Lead Cutter,
'Two Fairs NeWS Chases,
Two sen Column llulef,
Aud numerous other articles used In a Printline
FREE TROM ACCOHOL.
Dr. J, Walker's California ViNEoXnCnTEns
aro n purely vegetable preparation, inudo
chiefly from tho native h'.Tbs found oil tho low
or ranges of tho Sierra Nevada mountains of
California, thelmcdlclnal properties of which aro
extracted therefrom without tho use of Alcohol.
Tho question Is almost dally asked, " What Is
tho cause of the unparalleled success of Vine
oar Bitters t";our nnswer l.s that they remove
the caso of disease, and tho patient recovers
his health. They are. llio great blood purlllcr
and a life-giving principle, a perfert Henovator
nnd Invlgorator of tho system. Never before
In tho history of tho world has a medicine been
compounded possessing tho rcinurknble quail
tics of Vinloaii Hitters lu healing the sick of
nnydlseasu man Is Lelr to. They nro a gcntlo
Purgative as well as Tonic, relieving Conges
tion or Inflammation of the I.Ivor and Visceral
organs or uuilous Diseases.
DIt. WALKCrt'S CALIFORNIA VINEGAR.
net on nil these cases In a singular manner.
By purifying the Wood they remove the cause,
und by lesoivlng awny tlio erfectsof the Inllam
lnation (tho tubercular deposits) tho nllected
parts receive health, and u permanent cure Is
IF MEN WILL ENJOY GOOD HEALTH,
let thein u-o Visfoau Dittkks as a medicine,
and avoid tho usa of uleuhulle stimulants lu
proclaim vis-coir IIittkiis tho tnoit wonderful
luvlgorant that ever sustained thu sinking sy
NO PERSON CAN TAKE THESE HITTERS
according to dlicctlons und remain long un
well, provided their bouos am nut dostroji d by
mineral poison or other means, and vital organs
wasted beyond repair. .
HI I.I.IOUS, REMITTENT, AN!) INTERMITTENT
which ale so luevalent hi the valleys of our
great rivers throughout the United stutes,
esp. dally those of Hie Mississippi, Ohio, .11 1 s
soiiil, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas, Hod Colorado, llraos, llio or.uidc, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobile, suiunnali, Roanoke, James,
und many others, Willi their vast tributaries,
tliro i;hout our entire country during the
Summer and Autumn, and remaikably so dur
ing seasons of unu-aial heat and dryness, ar
Invariably accompanied by extensive derails -inonlsof
the stomach una luer, and other ab
domlnul viscera. In their treatment, a purga
tive, exerting a punertul Inllueiieo upon 1 1n
various organs, Is essentially necessary. Tin 're
Is 110 ealhartli: far thu mrpose equ d to Dr. J
Walker's Vinlihr Hittiuis, as Ihej will spc. j.
lly reinoie the dark-colored viscid mailer wllu
which thu bowels are loaded, at I he same tune
stimulating the secretions of tho liver, and gen
erally restoring the healthy runclloiisot the di
FORTIFY THE BODY AOAINST DISEASE
bs' purifying nil Iho ilulds wllh Vis'nmn IliT
TCits. No cptiicndc can tako hold of tho system
thus fore-ai ineit.
DYSPEPSIA -OR INDIGESTION,
head-ache, pain In tho shoulders, coughs, tight
nessof thu chest, dl7lness, sore eructations of
the stomach, bad taste lu the mouth, bilious tit
lacks, palpitation of Iho heait, lnllainmatlonof
thu lungs, pain In thu region of the kldnojs,
and a hundred other painful symptoms nre off
springs of dyspcpila. onu bottle will prove 11
better guarauivo of Its merits than 11 lengthy
fel'ROFTLA, OR KINO'S EVIL,
white swellings, ulcers. Erysipelas, swelled
neck, goitre, scrofulous hiU.uumatlons, mercu
rial allecllons, old sores, eruptions of the skin,
sore eyes, etc. In these, us In nil other lonstl
tutlonal dbeai, Walker's vised hi Him us
have shown their groat curatlio powers lu tin
most oUsttnate and Intractable eaos.
FOR INFLAMMATORY AND CHRONIC RIIEC
MATISJf, gout, blIlous,;remitteiitand Intermittent fevci.s,
diseases of Ihu blood, liver, kidneys ami blad
der, these hitlers hao no equal, such diseases
aio caused by vitiated blood
Persons engaged In paints and minerals, Mich
us plumber, type-setters, gold-boaters and
miners, as they advance In llle, me subject lo
paralysis of tlio bowels To guard ugiilnst thN,
take u dose of Walker's Vinkuui Hutcus occa
sionally, FOR SU1N DISEASES
eruptions, tetter, salt rheum, Motcl.e , spots,
pimples, pustules, bol ji,carbunclcs,rlug-woi ms,
seald hcadi, sore eyes, erysipelas, itch, sluhs,
dlscoloratloiis of the skin, humors ami diseases
of thu skin of whatever name or nature, nre
literally dug up and carried out of tho system
In n short lime by the uso of these Hitters.
PIN, TA1IE AND OTHER WORMS,
lurking In the system of so many thousands, aro
effectually destroyed and reinocd. No system
of medicine, no lermlfuges, no nnthelmtnltlcs
will free the sy sieiu from worms like these Bit
ters FOR FEMALE COJIPLAINTs
In young or old, married or single, at the dawn
of womanhood, or the turn of lite, theso Touto
llltt'Ts illspiuv so decided nn inlluence that Im
provement S;sjon lHictpltlle.
CLE Ksi: THE VITIATED BLOOD
whenever you Ilnd lla impuiltlcs burst in;
thiough the skin lu pimples, eruptions or si res,
eleanso It when j olt Ilnd 11 obstiuUciltiiid slug
gish In the ulns ; clcnuso it whin It ts foul;
jour;rcellugs will till you when. Keep the
blood pine, and the health of the system will
;;. . MiDOSM.it .i- co.,
Druggists aud OJIier.il Agents, sail Francisco,
Culllornla, und comer of Washington and
Ch.irIo.-dou stieel-s, N. Y.
SOU! I1Y niiviiaisT ami in: u. ens.
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In every department,
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