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WEDNESDAY. JUNE 8, 1881.
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NeMr'tsuewsfrora all parta of Vermont, ftnd o
riiiliin tifferent parta of the Stat, aepeclallyl
r 4 .rstravorupon nundoat reader! by aenditi
. r I'.i-ee i.-e.iiivensf acta.nd we wlllarransr
.tim forthe paper.
Ric hmd BU-kha.lt has left town, and
none U) Boston to work.
Tlie public! debt was reduced over ail,.
. during the month of May.
Ki-HrU from various parte of the state
indicate a large crop of potato bags.
A total eclipse of the moon is down on
the bills fur S:itnrday night next June,
Mr. Looinis, foreman at the Cab shop.
went on a visit to hia sick mother in Bur
lington last week.
On Friday Mr. Schroeder and family of
.New i ork arrived to occupy their summer
residence on Main street.
Julius Knapp is to commence immedi
ately the erection of a residence on Barre
street, near Ed. H. Gilnian'a.
Several sheep have been killed by bears
in Wnterbnry, and bears are plentiful on
the mountains west of Randolph.
President Buckham is to deliver the ad
dress before the graduating class of Barre
academy, the afternoon of June 12th.
11. B. Davis, foreman of the St. Johns
bury Caledonian office, who has been very
sick and not expected to live, 19 better,
Charlos Field, master mechanic, on the
Wells River Railroad, got a telegram that
hii fnther was very sick, and has gone to
his home in Alburgh.
On July 1st, the Cab shop company in
tends shutting down for three or four
weeks for repairs. The repairs to the
rooms damaged by the fire last winter have
never been fully completed.
A purty of four Montpelier ohaps started
00 a lishing tour to Peacliam pond Mon
diy morning, alley were sadly disup
printed in Hunt's livery business, but look
the Wells River ' air line."
There will be a public meeting this
evening at Naiad Temple hall at 7 J o'clock,
to which all are invited. Most Worthy
lemplar, h. II. Clnpp of Boston, is ex-
peeled to bo present and address the
Charles II. Carter, machinist, who te
rn ived to Rutland some three months ago,
and Aaron (. Somerville who went last
month, have returned, and are again in
the employ of the Lane Manufacturing
On Friday last Henry Pratt, who lives
near Berlin pond, started for home with
his team, but before reaching there his
horse run away, throwing him out, injuring
him severely, and demolished a two huu
die J dollar buggy.
(mi Monday evening a kerosene lamp
exploded in the house of Mrs. Ezra Ladd
on Seminary Hill, canslng considerable
commotion for a few moments, the oil
catching fire and spread upon the carpet,
hut it was extinguished without much
Cigarette smoking is the worst form in
which tobacco can be used, since the paper
is often poisonous, tho tobacoo artificially
flavored, and the smoke is inhaled into the
lungs. The Philadelphia Times publishes
the opinions of several leading medical
men to this effect.
. The benefit concert of Miss Cclia A.
Cheney, on Friday evening last, was well
attended and thoroughly enjoyed by an
appreciative audience whose general ver
diet, as they left the hall, was: "This has
been a good concert." Miss Cheney has
a pure soprano voice of good compass and
excellent quality. Her numbers were
finely rendered, notably the rather diffi
cult recitative and aria, " Expectation,"
by Mulnotte, which displayed her skill
and compass of voice to good advantage.
Receiving an encore, she sang very pleas
ingly Tho Last Rose of Summer."
Miss l'hinney, who has an unusually
nice contralto voice, sang very finely a
song entitled, Storm and Sunshine," by
Dudley Bueh. This young lady, although
on account of recent Illness not in her best
Voice, deserves favorable mention for her
contribution to the programme.
" The Beggar Maid," by Barnby, and
" When Mary was a Lassie," by Clarence
H. Pitkin both good songs were render-
el by Mr. Bancroft in his usual good voice
As to the duU, trios and quartettes it
is but just to say that the selections were
pleasing and given in good time and tune.
The piano solos by Messrs. Briggs and
Hadley were fine coniKi.siiions and well
Altogether, Miss Cheney anil those who
o kindly assisted her are to be congratu
lated upon a well chosen programme and
highly successful concert.
Business at the police court for the last
week has boon lively. On Monday night
of last week John Cayhne was arrested
for intoxication. The following day he
was arraigned and fined five dollars and
costs, swonring that ono Mitohell, a black
smith, gave hira the " liquor." On Thurs
day nignt Louis Lagassey of Waterbury
was arrested for intoxication and disturb
ing the peace, and taken to the ' cooler."
On Fridaydie was arraigned before Justice
II. K. Field, and fined five dollars and
costs, for disturbing the peace, which he
paid and was discharged. On Saturday
af'crnoon Richard Dodge was taken for
the same offence by Officor Ordway,
assisted by Officur Dudley. "Shack"
made it lively for the officers when oppo
site the postoflioo. After spending the
Sabbath at the county house, he was on
Monday morning arraigned before Justice
P- II. Ilinkloy and fined, with cost,
amounting to $9.60, and given twenty-four
honrs to procure the wherewith to pay.
II" disclosed on E. S. Whitcomb and T. J.
Murphy. Whitcomb was arraigned, found
Piilty and gavo bail, and took an appeal.
M irphy was arraigned, and was acquitted.
)n Friday night Alonzo Dodge, a crip
ple, who lives "up the branch " was taken
for intoxication, and on Saturday was ar
'signed and fined, amounting to $9.10, and
given until Monday morning to pay his
fi,ie in, but before settling It that forenoon
was nrrosted again in a bad state of in
toxication, and remanded to the cooler,
and on Tuesday being again arraigned, he
was fined, amounting to $9.10, making a
total of $18.20, which he paid, and was
discharged making no positive disclosure,
the same old story of procuring It of the
"jockey "again being given.
Joseph Silloway has sold all his rio-fct
nu uiw 10 ine ptaoe on Frst avenue In
J .!.,- . .. .
which he gave his sisters a life lease
year ago. He now gives them a deed of
it lor the sum of $283
un rrlday at 12 o'clock. M ., the roof of
the Montpelier & Wells 'River rallmaH
bridge caught fire from a spark from their
engine, but was extinguished with a few
pails of water. A general alarm of fire
was given and ruedly Interrupted many
as tuey were mst mmmanolni, .;.
The wonder of some small boys and a
tew bigger ones is. Is this town to have a
celebration of any kind on the 4th of July f
How many years is it since anything more
was done than a few small boys firing off
a cracker and an old gun? Now, whether
we have a celebration or not, the place to
get your glassware to drink from, your
crockery for all uses, as well as dry goods.
notions, gloves, hosiery, corsets, sackings
prints, cottons, shirtings, dress trimmings
of all kinds and prices, and last, but not
least, work baskets and fancy goods, is at
Anooveu George Hall of Grafton re
cently lost fifteen sheep by lightning
while they wore in the pasture of H. A,
Gould of this town.
Lelia Edson, youngest son of R. E
Edson, was badly injured one day last
week by being thrown from the horse
that he was riding.
Chester. Mr.jand Mrs. Coleman San
ders met with a serious accident the
26th ult. While out riding at the corner
of New street and the street leading to
Sawyersville, the wheel of Mr. Sanders'
top buggy cnught between two stones of
the sluice, overturning the bti?yv and
breaking Mrs. Sanders' shoulder. Mr.
Sanders escaped unhurt. The buggy wbs
Chelsea. Ripe field strawberries were
picked June 1st.
Captain Ordway and his drum corps
went to Bradford Decoration day.
We learn that Edwin Mattoon has
bought the Gilman farm.
Dennis Noyes' right arm became para
lyzed last Friday, so that he has no use
The June term of Orange county court
was opened on Tuesday, Juno 7, Hon. H
H. Powers presiding, aided by Judges
Darling and Chapman.
The extensive plank sidewalks in our
village have been thoroughly repaired,
much to the satisfaction and safety of pe
The painters are all very busy these days
brushing up a variety of buildings. Other
good improvements are also being made
by the tho free use of shingles, nails, etc.
Mrs. McCrillis, mother of the late Mrs.
Orange Davis, died at Corinth Corner,
June 2d. Her remains were taken to
Taftsville and buried beside those of her
Laura L , wife of Hon. C. W. Clarke
died June 5th, aged 46 years. She had
been seriously ill with oancerous disease
for many weeks. She was a very estima
hie lady, and her death is a great loss to
her family. She was the only surviving
child of Solomon J. Moore, Esq.
John Stanley had the middle finger of
bis right hand amputated close to his hand
on June 2d. Dr. Goss performed the ope
ration, assisted by Drs. Smith ami Corwin.
Mr. Stanley bruised or jammod his finger
about three months ago which resulted in
a serious sore, defying the skill of phy
sicians, which rendered amputation neo
essary. East Elmoke. The potato bug is on
hand this spring.
Our pastor, Bro. Flint, is attending the
proachers' meeting at Northfield.
Grass is looking.nicely, and the prospect
is that we shall havea good hay crop.
Children's day, June 12th, is to be ob
served, the children taking part in sing
ing, speaking, etc.
The lumber mills in this vicinity have
had a good run this spring, as the large
piles of lumber will show.
RoxutJBV. There was a severe frost the
There are some cases of diphtheria
Rev. Mr. Tabor preached an excellent
discourse here last Sabbath.
Mr. Joseph Drew has beon very sick,
but we hopo he is now better.
Clinton Braokett is building a barn;
Billings Spalding a two story house, and
many other improvements in building
and painting are going on.
WooDBURT. Mosquitoes are thick and
black flies abound.
W. B. Goodell raised his new barn
We had a frost last night, and it looks
favorable for a hard freeze to night ( the 6th).
Mrs. Hiram Jewell fell from a chair a
few days since and sprained her wrist, but
is recovering slowly.
Theodore Stow has the mail route from
Plainfiolii to Hardwlck for the next four
years, and will commence the 1st day of
of July next. He will carry passengorB
and do errands the same as has been pre
viously done on this line.
We have had an unusual amount of rain
and hot weather this spring, and the result
is that many are rather late about their
work; but vegetation is unusually for
ward for the season of the year. The
prospect for fruit is very flattering.
Decoration day was observed by a large
number of people who met at South Wood
bury after the other graveyards had boon
visited, and a procession was formed
which went to the graveyard and witness
ed the services there, which were solemn
and interesting. Afterwards they return
ed to Union vestry and partook of refresh
ments. Then came an oration by II. E.
Carter) Esq., of Hardwick. It was an
able production, and was highly appreci
ated by those who heard it.
Fatal Accident . AtWest Jamaica,
Thursday morning, a little son of Alonzo
P. Clough, about three and a half years
old, fell from a loaded ox cart, on which
he was riding, and one wheel passed over
his heud, killing him instantly.
William Ponn has two direct descend
ants in this country Peter Penn Gaskell
Hall, and Penn Gaskell Skilleon, who still
draws an income from the Penn estates in
Ireland. Two boys, one named Quinn and
the other Coates, also ttaoe their descent
The proposed changes in the Stratford
church where Shakespeare lies buried have
been abandoned " out of deferance to
strong local opposition," says an English
paper. " Local " is a good word for a
protest wbiob rang over two continents.
L. S. Poet of Cornwall died at hie breakout uble
A new worm ie deatroying the young ear, ln
Mr. John Wright of HAnoock, proprietor of
Wright's hotel, dwd the nth nit.
TheAddlsoooouotj tallis one of the lonesome
plicae lo the countj. There is hut one poor sinner
oounueU within (he walls.
Many of the town clerks having neglected to for.
ward Hats of grand and petit Jurors to the county
derk within 10 days sitor their selection at the
freeman's meeting, the Jurors for the June term of
the Addison county court have been drawn from
only 10 of the 23 towns.
Key. J. C. McColium baa resigned the pastorate
of the Congregational church at Bast Arlington,
and accepted a oall from Poat Mills.
The Bennington and Rutland railway has placed
on Its line this season two new drawing room oars,
the " Veruennes" and "Manchester.'
A little Bennington three year-old, In passing her
plate for more pineapple, said she would take
some more ofthat pumpkin with prickers on."
The depot In Hardwick was broken Into th
other nigh', and three or four dollars In ehanie
The musical convention, which there waa some
talk of holding in St. Johnsbury this month, has
been postponed until late in August,
SUJ ihnsbury has voted to refund Its Indebted
ness on account of water works, 75.000 at a rate
of interest not exceeding 4x per cent.
Mttle Bessie, daughter of Dr. Spar hawk of St
Johnsbury, fell from a uble upon which aha n.i
been climbiugand broke both bones of the lower
third of one leg.
One hundred and thirty. four soldiers' arsves
were decorated in Burlington.
iu mirtmgion, Henry Parker. oroDi ietor of
uowe's notui, was lined fin and ooats Mr selling
Tne posimastor.gcneral issued an orda r nrovtri .
ing for the establishment of free delivery servioe at
uurnnmon, to begin July 1, with four carriers.
Dr. William B. Lund of llurlinicton. his been
convicted 01 a broach of city ordinance In driving
' n iiatsery park, Decoration day, and
uuuu ana oosta.
First Lieut. M. B. Tutherly, First Cavalr. ha.
been detailed us professor of military science and
tactics at the university of Vermont to take effect
Juiy 1, relieving first Lieut. A. 8. Cuiumings
fourth artillery, who will join his battery.
ESSEX COU.NTV .
The people of East Haven have decided to build
Dr. Baxter of Miirhgate his a uurio.itv in the
shapo ol a pass signed by Benedict Arnold.
Ult&ND IsLB COUNTY.
Henry Goodsell of Isle La Motte has sold his
quarry of gray marble to Mr. Hayward of Burling.
Hiu, lor niuou,
This life is mostly a tragedy and always was In a
catastrophe. Philosophical but somewhat abstruse
remark by the Uorrlsvllle "Citizen."
The late F. B. Salisbury of West Kandolob had a
life insurunce policy of 5,00u.
The ceutounial of the settlement of Braintree
occurs August 1, and there is some talk of celebrat
ing the event.
The Orange county court docket contains 211 law
and 40 chancery oases. Only 47 cases have been
set for jury trial, and the term, which begun on
the 7tli, will be a short one. The celebrated high
way damage suit of Molendy against Bradford
comes on, though it has been tried four times
already, once with a verdict for 85,667.
John E. Koss of Jay, who was arrested three
weeks ago, for burning Hunter's woolen mill at
Frclighsburgh, P.Q., was acquitted on Friday.
Allia Chandler's house and outbildina-a were
burned Friday at Derby Centre. Nothing was
saved; insured for 500. Dr. H. H. Blancnarda'e
office was also burned; uninsured; probable loss
on tne wnoie f2,ono.
The supply woodshed of the Passumpslo railroad
at Newport, was entirely consumed Satur.lav.
One hundred cords of wood outside were burned.
me new car noma caught Are, but was saved,
L,os8 about 11,000.
Willoughby lake is contributing liberally to the
fishermen. Parties have caught from 50 to 125
pounds a day, mostly by trolling. They run from
2 to 12 pounds each,
The army worm is appearing In the country
Another new slate mill will be erected at Fair
Haven during Juno, with a capitol of 12,noo.
Rev. Dr. J. G. Johnion of Rutland, has been
engaged to deliver the baccalaureate sermon to the
graduating class of St. Johnsbury academy.
There are between 25 and 38 grand lists in
Castleton over live thousand doll ub. The largest
is that of C. 9. Sherman any oild thomand dollars.
Walter I'everly, while driving across the railroad
track atCapin Hill, Fair Haveu, May 3(ith, had his
wagon smashed and ois horse mortally wounded
by the Schenectedy freight train. Poverty luckily
Maggie Devcr of Rutland, while lighting a fire
had her dross ignited in some way. In her
fright she ran up stairs, where her mother and
sister smothered the Dames with bed clothing. The
gut was badly burned about the legs and back, and
Is lying in a critical condition. Her mother rlso
was burned about the hands in trying to put out
The old fashioned base ball game played by men
between 45 and 90 years old at Castleton, the 3Wh ,
was very animated, and there were 1,200 spectators.
Rev. Mr. Kn.ippon, over 70 years of age, was the
successful batter; Stepheu Andrus, aged 114, tallied
1 ), and was the last man on Hawkins' side caught
out. J. s. Benedict, aged U9, was one of the last
men out on Proctor's sido.
A young man named Donovan went from Hollows
Falls to Kceno, N. H., recently to get married, but
becoming suddenly crazy walked to Filzwlltiam,
where his friends found him.
Lucius Howland, Esq., formerly or Bellows Falls,
has been made superintendent of the Chicago, Bur
lington and Quincy railroad.
A workman at Gregg's iron foundry, Brattleboro
named Hoyt, narrowly esuaped a horrible death
recently. While oiling the machinery hia frock
was caught by the shafting, and though by a great
effort be succeeded in freeing himself. It was only
by a considerable loss of skin and flesh from one
arm and alinoBt his entire clothing.
At West Jamaica on the 2d, a three-year-old son
of A. P. Clough foil from a loaded ox cart in which
he was riding, and the wheel passing over his head,
he waa instantly killed.
The steam mill ut Chester, so long talked about.
is now an assured fact
George W. Walker of Barnard fell from a ladder,
recently, and broke three of his ribs.
John Davis' house In Choster was struck by light
ning recently, doing considerable damage.
John II. Harsh, the cornetlst of Woodstock, la
very low with disease or the brain, and is not ex
pected to recover.
The house owned by J, H. Warren of Granville,
N.Y., and occupied by John MacUratber was burn
ed at Springlleld, Friday; loss 1 1,00 1, uninsured.
Hon. and Mrs. John Porter of Hartford, eele.
brated their golden wedding at their resldenoe, on
the 3oth. About 200 guests were present, re n re
senting six states.
John W. Frost, who has been a local groceryman
In Brattleboro for tlity-one years fourteen as clerk
and thlrty.seveo as proprietor-retires from the
Arm of J. W. Frost St Co., July 1st, with the eapeo-
tation 01 going west.
Judge Wheeler has rendered a decision In the
Stewart case, sustaining Mr. Chittenden's claim to
act as counsel for Mr. Stewart and leaving ox-Judge
isarrett out in the oold.
The Windsor county mutual lire Insurance com
pany has paid a assessment on Its premium notes
fX per oent to pay loasea and expenses for the
year ending March 31, payable June 1.
Lamoille oounty court finally adjourned
Monday. Woodbury Tolraan was tried for
assault upon Moses Wakefield of Woloott
and acquitted on account of insanity. The
ury finding hira an unsafe person to be
at large, the court ordered him to be con
fined in the asylum at Brattleboro, where
he has been removed. In the ease of
Lnclan Scott vs. Wm. Nye and L. M.
Kinght, clerk, for assault and battery, the
judgment was for the plaintiff for fiftv
dollars damages and ooats, with a certificate
of wilful ana malicious trespass.
Tub Aocideht Record. Edward
Morse, agsd eight years, son of John
Morse of South Rayalton, was ran over
by the ears at that place Monday evening,
cutting off one font and crushing his leg
badly. But little hopes are entertained of
A man named Record, living on the
Blake place in Swanton, was leading Mr.
W. H. Blake's Jersey bull along the road
to St. Albans, Tuesday morning, where it
was to be sold at auction, when the bull
became enraged, broke the rod by which
he was led and gored the man in a terrtble
manner. Dr. Hall of St Albans and two
Swanton physicians were called to attend
the injured man. who is in a oritical con
dition. The animal could not be captured
in his frenzy, and was shot before doing
And they sllll come I Testimonials of the beneflts
received from the use of Wheat Bitters.
Rev. O. J. Taylor has accepted a call
from the Baptist church In East Bethel.
It is suggested, since its chansre of edit
ors, that the name of the Evening Post,
may oe cnanged to the Night Schuri. .
At the close of the present term Rev. T.
A. Hopkins closes his connection with the
Vermont Episcopal institute at Kook Point,
Burlington, after having been at its head
Returns from seven towns in Bennington
county Sandgate, Rupert, Manchester,
Woodford, Pownal, Searsburgh and Shafts-
bury show an increase in the valuation of
real estate and personal property of t812,
The Montpelier Argus man explains for
our oeneiH wnat nis religious belief is.
We are fully satisfied that he is a full
blooded orthodox Christian, but he bottles
his religion up so olosely in his own hide
that not a particle gets into his paper.
Scrofula. A medicine that destroys the
(jernis of Scrofula nnd lias the power to root
it out is appreciated y the afflicted. The
remarkiihlc cures of men, women and chil
dren as described by testimonials, prove
Hood's Sarsaparilla a reliable medicine con
taining remedial ai;-tits which eradicate
Scrofula from the libi.nl. KM doses 91. 10.
8fddb.vBHdenln.rK. '.I. Hood&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Joseph Brarar's buildings in Groton
were burned the other night. His wife
was seen running from hor home to her
father's, and exclaiming that he husband
was going to shoot her, and on goin' to
the house the neighbors found it on fire.
Brarar had gone to the house of another
Frenchman, where he was pursued by
Boiue twenty men ana nrrestea.
WOMEN WHO SUFFER.
The greatest Buflerers in the world are women;
their delicate organization being peculiarly auscep
libte to derangement and disease. Among those
who have beon cured by Dr. David Kennedy's
"Favorite Remedy" we will name Mis. s. A. Mcll
wain of FergUBonvllle, N.Y.; Mrs. John F. Brinker
hoff, Highland, N, Y. ; Mrs. Edward Meyers of
Rondout, N. Y., and many others. " Favorite
Remedy" purifies the blood, iuvlgorates the system
and fortifies It against the disease. All druggists
have it. ImiSwi
Never ask a Dyspeptic person what he
wants to eat, but let him take a few doses
or Baxters mandrake Bitters and
his appetite will be all right. Price 25
cis. per Dome.
Henry & Johnson's Arnica and
Oil Liniment is an external remedy for
man anu oeasi.
Throat affections and bronchial diseases
are relieved immediately by the use of
A Champlain fish story: A ten years
old boy was fishing from a boat hauled np
on the river bank. He had an ordinary
hook and line, to which was attached half
of an old spoon, and while he was play
ing with line and drawing it baok and
forth in about a foot of water, he suddenly
called to an older brother that he couldn't
pull his line in. His brother found there
was a big fish on the hook, and waded in
and succeeded in bringing it to land. It
proved to be a huge muscalonge weighing
sixteen and one half pounds.
The army of the Potomac will hold its
13th annual reunion at Hartford to
morrow. Secretary Lincoln, Gen. Sher
man, Gen. Burnside, Gov, Littlefiold of
Rhode Island, Gov. Bigetow of Connecti
cut and staff, Gen. Stewart L. Woodford
of Brooklyn and Gen. W. B. Franklin
will be present and Gen. Grant h is been
invited. Daniel Dougherty of Punnsyl
vania will deliver the address anil Col
Sumner of Massachusetts a poem. Prob
ably 1600 soldiers will be there. Gen.
Wells and Henry, Col. Peck and Messrs.
G. H. Bigolow and G. G. Benedict will
attend from Burlington.
The object sought in building a silo is
to have the wall perpendicular, straight
and smooth, and what is of more impor
tance, to nave me oouora and tne walls
perfectly air tight. Whatever material
is used, it should be that whioh is affected
neither by air, water or acids. A brick
wall is unfit, unless faced with cement,
because it absorbs the water from the en
silage, and by so doing leaves a space for
air, wuicu causes ueooru position. Wood
is not quite as bad as brick, but wood
below the surface of the ground is not a
profitable material to use, as in suoh
position it rapidly decays. To build "silos
wilh wood above ground, as some recom
mend, would require a strong Irame to
oear toe great pressure, and also double
walls packed wilh saw-dust, to keeD it
warm In the winter and cool in the sum
TiiLoaracli Bitten is not ft whiskey, but a veiretAble
Tamarack Bitteri the climax of toulca, (treat retre
Tamarack Bittort will cure all malarial diseasi
Sold bv V,. Ulikelv'n.
Mat?icXx.tiou has nominal for pain. Internal or ex-
I Hii tint IT Ban! h her will make the hair (trow; lta roots
Tamarack Bitters arn a source of comfort to rii
Dyspeptic AtO. Blakely's. m
Marfc Lotion is ahead of all competition, becauseita
the best. At O. Blakely's.
Dandruff Bsnisher contains no mluerals. A tine ore
paratiou, at G Blakely's. v
(JrOSm Of Hssiltv hsnlsliMH niinnlAa. hl,.ti... u ..
etc. At (J. Blakely's. rm
Cream of Beauty Is a marvel of pnrlty, delicately
perfumed. Hold by O. Blakely.
Cream of Beantv. TMsnhnrmt,, ii.,Hiu. ...
iKbtful. At O. Bialely'a. ' u"
Dandruff Itsnlsliffr tirAvnnta ih. h,i,
Hnl,l hv fl Mlabfllv ',,J"-
Tamarack Bitters make the wnak atromr aud the
strouK happy. Sold by C Blakely.
Tamarack Bitters, the belt Veetable Bitters In the
world. Hold by U. Blakely.
CREAM OP BEAUTY. A delicate charming appll
cation, which uanlsbM all Indentations, Furrows
fcjirs, tan frw-klns aud discoluratlons: from the skin
Iftsvlua its delicate teiture elenr. velvety and sroootn
Tins Krest discovery for lhe ladles' toilet Is destined to
create a jtreater admiration of man and a hlKUor ai
bltlou of woman than all the arts employed since crea
tion This really chariulnu and harmless tollrt prei!
arstion has recently been introduced, yet over one
million ladles have tested Its msirical effects, not on"
of whom could be Imliioed to dispense with Its use
Marlon's Cream of Beauty is sold by druiiKlats Trv
It-(treat sale atC. Blakely's. irv
Male Lotion la a new, delKrblful aud wonderful
remedy, doslvned slid warranted to supersede a 1
tlie pain-relievlUK anents yet discovered. This la
strong- IsnKOSKe, but no more stronK than true Mairlc
faln-klller, or other compound for relief of pslS m
the whole world, and Is perfectly harnileaa for the In
fant and the wed. Ills poollmr and Krsteful toth
biirnltnr brow, throbblnit temples, and fever-parched
system. Manic Lotion will hauiabpaln ami al lav inT
flammatlou more rapidly than any curative com pound
in this or any other country. Bold by O. Blakely.
mraKlcal Catarrh Eipeller. -Catarrh la recoiruljed as
1U. the most universal, disagreeable and disgusting
disease known to the Unman race, and the efforts to
oure It have been mostly fruitless. The more the vlo
tlm of this loathsome disease has snuffed, washed del.
ugoa.gsrjcleuaud gagged over the naiweatlng, smsrt-.
log and blistering effects of the wonderful cures ulfer- '
ed for the cure of catarrh, the niore discouraged and -disgusted
he becomea. the disease contluiilng its rav-1
ages uutil bla breath beoomea so offensive that hia
nearest friends avoid nlm.and he aees distinctly be' i
fore bun the a-host ot consumption. But, dear friend '
cheer up, there la hope for yon. Use Oeborne'a Catarrh'
Espalier according to directions. i
Bold by C. BLAKKLT,
Uyl NafBtsta-strMt, Montpsllsr, vt.
letters t'nralUd tar! M vlaataellar. VI. I'M
Omra. Jaae 4. I SSI.
tW Ti i obtain thaae latiflra mimiu m nut triv ft,
Lintu.-Cora M. Andrews, Mrs. Mary L, Bailer
Mrs. Emma Ford.
Okmtlevbm. Tbnmas F. Brown, Jr.,Cheney Davis,
Jesse Clinton Paine, A. L. Park.
In f hl..s Ui,W hv KfT R F. llerrlrk. WAVMNH
L. SMtHK.NT and FNNIE K. HOBBINS. tilde,!
laiurliter of rreemaft Kobbiua, aU of Chf!s.
ln W-Mlrmrv M,v IS hv H,-v X l hallfv. Wr (1KO.
rMTI'HKI.nPIt ..I W iKllinrr. U1 Mlta HANNAH
ln Morriirvrn Jim t liv Hav . '!. Hals o Hfnw,.
O W. UHAFFKF. ud Miss (JLARIN0A I. WAKE
FIELD, both of Morrlstowo.
In (IranvillR. Mav m. hv Itov. Gumvf S Ouerntfev.
KIKtKSE F. Bltll Wis and Miss BERTH A M . HllU
11AKI), Ixilh ol Ursnville.
In KnfhMtpr Mv :L hv Hov (Innrirft H (limrrtsftv.
(1EI1KOK F :)HKEud Silas EVA M. IUCHAKDMON,
both of Kortiester.
In Sprl 'irflpld. June 1. hv Rav. A . I.. Ooonsr. JOHN
A. Hi.AfJK ftiul Miw Kt MA I.. CADV. hfith of Horinir-
In Mnntneller. June I. MissJULIA A. PIERCE. aged
In this vlllsire on Berlin Bids. .Tuns s. EVIE danirhter
of Henry A. Cssb, atred II yesrssml 1 months.
In Woroter. Mv 11. KDSIIN H RIOHAltDHON.
aged ss years, s mouths sod 4 days.
In Calais. Jims 4. LEWIS WOOD, ftirnd 7S vnmra t, A a
ln Fomfret. .Inns t. Mrs. MARV R WlVsl nw
HP years sod 7 months.
In Taftsville. JutiA B. it tlift t-Mririanoa nt hi.
Euos, DANIEL DOLE, atfed 88 years and 7 mouths.
In HnrlnirttAlri. Mav Qfl F.r.tzl fPrnil,
Harry Locke, trod 76 yars slid I mouth. '
In HvflA Park. Mav J0. OARIltR H . ritiiirhf,. n t.
late Moses and Julia A. Peck, aged 2U yeara and
Has "decided" claims upon the public. This
Is positively proven by the immense good It
has done to those who have been cured of
diseases from which they have suffered In
tensely for years, ns vcrllii-d by the publish
ed test imonials, every one of which Is a pos-
CnEi.sEA, Vt., Feb. 24, 1879.
Messrs. C. I. Hooi & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
The ctli day of hist June I was taken sick
wilh a swelling on my riKlit fuot.and with an
Awful pain, lhe swelling went all over me.
Jvly face was swelled so that I could with dif
ficulty see out of tny eyes, and I broke out
over the whole sm face of my body; my richt
foot up to my knee was one raw, ncliing
mass, and my ankle and foot so lame and
sore I could not step on it, and It would run
so as to wet a bandage through In an hour,
ln this condition Mr. W. F. Hood (of the firm
of A. li. Hood Son, diuggists.of this towni,
handed me a bottle of Hood's Sahhaparii
i.a. and told nic to take It. I did so. and by
the lime 1 had taken one bottle 1 found that
It was doing me good. J hae since taken
five bottles more. After I had taken three
bottles my soreness began to leave me, and
1 have been growing neiter every day, so
that to-day 1 can walk without going lame.
1 have no soreness in my ankle and It has
healed all up, and does not run at all. I owe
my recovery to vour Sarsaparilla. I write
this to let you know that I think It deserves
the confidence of the public, esiiecially those
who are troubled w ilh humors.
Yours most truly,
P. S. Every person that saw me said that
I never would get over my lameness without
having a running sore on iw ankle; but
thank God I have. J. P.
No other Sarsaparilla has such a sharpening
effect upon the appetite. No other prepa
ration tones and strengthens the digestive
organs like Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Price one dollar, or six bottles for five dol
lars. Prepared only by (!. 1. HOOD & CO.
Apothecaries. Lowell. Mass.
TOWN OP WARItEN BONDS.
I, Sylvester banister, TownlTreasurer of the town of
Warreu, in the County of Washington, slid Htate of
Vermont, hereby give uotico that all orders which
said town has outstanding, whether on demand c
overdue rr Imme llatoly pavuble on presentation
drawn on the Treasurer of said town by any officer or
ofllcers authorized by law to draw such orders , will be
paid on presentation 8t the Town Treasurer's office In
said Warreu on or before the 1st day of July, A. D. 1881
and that aftor said 1st duy of July, A. D. 1881, all such
orders will cease to draw ititerost.
Town Treasurer of the Town of Warren,
Washington County, Vt,
Warron, May 31, 1881. K22w3
Course of Study lti-vised.
FIltST YEAH PREPARATORY: SECOND YEAH
The fall term begins tho Arid Tnpsriay lu September.
Circulars will be iscnefl -lulv 4. Si-mi f-n-oiie.
EDWARD CONA.NT. principal.
V. O. Orii'Pkn. vice-principal.
Johnfou, Vt., June, 181.
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST RELIABLE
REMEDIES IN THE WORLD FOR
THE CURE OF
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Bronchitis,
Every affection of the
THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST,
A WELL-KNOWN PHYSICIAN WRITESi
"It does not dry up a cough, and leave the came
behind, as is the case with most preparations, but
loosens it, cleanses the lungs and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause of complaint."
DO NOT BE DECEIVED by articles bear
ing similar names. Be sure you get
DR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY,
with the signature of " I. BUTTS " on the wrapper.
SO Cent! and 1.00 a Bottle.
Prepared by SETH W. FOWLE & SONS, Bos
ton, Mass. Sold by druggists and dealers generally.
Hrasona Why tbry at ! referred to All
(Utter Porous Planlers or Kxteraal
Hecauss they possess all the merit of the
strengthening porous plaster, and contain In ad
dition thareto the newly discovered powerful and
active vegetable combination which acta with in
creased rubefacient, stimulating, aulatlvs and
counter irritant effects.
Because they are a gennlne pharmaceutical prep,
aration, and so recognized by the profession.
Because they aae the only plaster, that rellsva
paly, at once,
Because they will positively cure diseases which
other remedies will not even relieve.
Because over WOO phyelclsns and druggists have
voluntarily testified that they are superior to all
other plasters or medicines for eiterual ise,
Because the maoufacturera have recslved tha
only medalB ever given for porous plasters.
Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster!-
SEABURY & JOHNSON,
Msnufacturlng Chemists, New York.
A St' "Eft K HKII V AT I. AST7TrTce" Sorts.
MEAD'8 Medicated CORN and BUNION PUSTER,
SOt, r ff iff! ii AT n
Kf PURELY VEGETABLE
A PERFECT NPfl. NO AND SUMMER MEDICINE
A Thorough Rdi k! PiirifW 'r,...o innnhiml
PlHMftiit (o tlie tastn. jnv.ar;ratinr to the bmly. Toe
lunni Biiininin r ii i mu.i recornmoi.'iei inns
uiuem nr iiiir ruriirivp propHrtiea. Trial itztt 60c
e mi mxu tiarem in mamPU 11.11.
F'lr the KldnnVR. F.iVPr nil TTHnal-v fiririana nsa
u'liiumr mil v 11,11 mvh HfMVMnbi AU L.IV
EH (M'ltE " It at amis I7V IM . TliiiiinH.it iim
owe thftir bnirb tu l lini.,ninji t. It. HTWa offer
n.uiii nt-iAin inuh; niiiwrn wnu eiJUt.1 COnnonilCfi.
H. H. WARNER & CO., Rochbtrr, N. Y.
WANTED: A CANVASSER
IN t.AC'll COUNTY IN THIS STATE.
Afhlreis, OF.O. W. MILI.KK,
P. O. Bos s, Ithaca, S. T.
tor circular,, .rid,,.
" " " " " " . THE TANTTF.CO.
EMERY WHEELS f"t Htron.lshurv,
CRINOINC MACHINES I Monroe Co., Pa
GOLDMEDAL AWARDED THE AUTHOR,
a new aiiTAitt meoit'tu Work,
WaiTATiU'fl the bent tod ohonp
wt, iDflwiieiuiible to Tery
man, sotiUed "the Science ol
Life,' bound in orient French
mo-liD, em boated , f u) 1 lit, 300
enjaTavines. 125 prencrintiont.
a illfjBtratf d ftiitnple, Sc.; sond
CH IriKtitutAnrlrr W H Pan.
IHYKFIF. KBJt, tiu.4 bulnn. but Honfoa
AGENTS t AGENTS ! AGENTS
JOHN B. QOUOB 8 bran' new book, juf puWuW, entitled
SUNLIGHT AND SHADOW
u tne tvtf chance ever onenxl in v,
IU Scenei ire drawn
from tne bngtit ana niy udet of real ttje, and poi
John li. Gmiah
can nnrtrav them. For Pathni. Humor, and mfViw inUmt. It
wilhmit a peer. It it the "boumtm " book for Ayt nU, nnd out
aelte sit othtrt 10 Vt 1. fiOth thoumntt in vrts: ion) .-weota
wnnhd, rni-n anil women. Sow in tit1 tim". fw" firrlimr Jerri
lovaiiil Sprrtal 7Vrm Kvcn Hjf.Stnfi tor irrvt'tr. Aiiilreni,
A. 1. OKI Hl Nts ION (JO.. Pub., Hartford, (o&
AGKTS WHTBD FOR OUR MiW BOIIK.
By At.r.AN PlNKF.RTON. A
collection of Ii in mont re
markable Detective sto
rips, facta, thrillinir and
hazardoua ruKen, taken
from private recorde, and
iiAtrur hofrirn xii illatiiit
Proinaely illustrated, low the Detectives.
in price, and Hells very rapidly. Alao other popular
PARK PITBLIRHINO CO
rM3! Hartford, Coon.
MAKE HOME BEAUTIFUL.
Emrravtrira. Choice niiUlecte. Jsoweet pricea. Heud
mi v.fj.mu.K-ilH mtiu uric." MH r . rUift.Nl'H WAN TKI).
AddreHB, $ .1. (J. Mi CURDV h CO., Philadelphia, Pa,
f II lr 1 11T I If IO any neraon
ul VrjlM A VV A I rr M
wi-iiu .ji iro, ran r.irKJiui r mil cii uuniHifdin lllllia
TeaHnt of forty-four plniHi. For further particulars
address ATLNTIC TEA CO., Fitch burn, Mass.
AT OVCB a few
iiiimi, and now
offer ench induce
rnents that no
afreot can fail to make money taut. We are Headquar
ters for MoiililinKrt, Fratnn-M.ikpr!' HuppMiih.ijc,
Our new Crtaloue exiiUius tin; b.niness. HautLfor
it It will pay von. Outtltfrefl. Adilreas
OXKOIllJ I'lCniUE Fit A .IK CO., Atiburu;Me.
To the Boys of New England.
Balloon .Is f,ot hvh will bP released from th.
I th Ji i ' B",lon' ,mi reward of a suit of
clothes will be paid to the bot who captures Hand
return, it t rtr,.tn
- - ...... " "i," ff..f io every cue.
tfiiner our hoy.'department, an inflated Parisian
Bulloon, 80 centimeters in Uiameterl
The stock of Men's snd Buys' Spring and 8um.
mer 8ult. and Spring Overcoats I. complete"..
surpass In variety and general excellence all
former displays. In three hundred New England
town, and cities we are represented by established
Agents, In whose hands full lines of Spring and
Summer Sample, will be found, and with whom
our trade can confidently deal.
When you go to B.mton be sure and visit Oak
Snu.7 luaou' ""-PrtMi reliable Clothing
address'" "l" me"ure ent "'I
' I W. SIMMONS & SON.
32 to 44 North Street, Boston,
The oldest Clothing House In New Rngtand.
OltOAX RFATTY PI A.VO
,(,V (... Kin- t.. wiitf H.f. Ill- -!t .1. .1 4 tt -l.t.1" : r
ih DAK L. F. BEATTY.Wdrtur.cion.
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As made by thn mnnt eminent Rfholara nf E tin, and
and Amerira. Half thf Prfffi of (.nrrcBpon-ltnir Knir
linh Fdiiiitn Lnru-A Iviia HiiAn on iinr-rnleiidfirpil
ia,ier, ettfftiit bimliuir. A atiaratp " Compn-Uenaive
full ac-rnunt of tho New Kftvlnion, iriveii to auhaiTiherH
HfBt fhani'p for aireuU vr ott'ered. HbiicJ wtanip for
pnrtirntiirt.nt nnct'. FlHwH
H'ha IIai.su Dill l1.11a,.i.Cnn VnFiLioli Hnnn
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it Pine i l
r i laiiohea,
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VANDU7EN & TIF f
111 RllTm T SM.L10 isi:w PA-
nAH I LU Ti:KTS. KvKltTHr.nf..4fa,
One Agent nuule j.v..r,i in l-i daysiJ
anotlii'i'. $Xi iu one duv. Tit v it. tt-UlmF
Ogiv Sole Aoeiu n ol Town or c'ntiuly.
Scud 6 cts. for .''Ki ii:ii:es. .-1
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Ontl sent frw trj thoaa who wish to fltiritfrc
' in l ho ninat pltiaaaot and iirofitahle busiunHa
I'.yfirviiiutK uew. capital not rtHjuireu. Wt
f will fiirnlHta yon evTy HiIdk. (lu day aud
i.pwanla la easily mude without ataylUK away
fw Many new work urn wantail at oum. Many are
. . I link in tr fortuiiHHat tha hiiHlnnaa. Laiilen mW
an much a men, aud young horn and irirla nntUe Kreat
nay. Noii who ta wHItti U work taila to make more
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ordinary einploviueut. Thoae who euKK atoucewifi
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ICHAKI) STRONG'S ESTATE.
Th n tiflf rrtitftKHl havniir hPPti annnlntfti lw tha
Houorahle Prohate Ouiirt for thf District of WaHhiiiu.
ton,Oomiiii.-ii)UirH, to rocrive.ttxainiue.aiid adjust all
idainiHauddiMnandaot all iieraciurt.au'aiiiat the estate
of Kit-hard Hlroiitf. late of Waitttltild, in aald ih
trlct.dm eaHfd, and alU'ialtiiHxiiihit, d In oftHet there
to, Iwrohy irlve noticn tiiat we will nn-et for the pur-
pours aiorcaaiti, ai iuhuwhiiiik uouae oi in- laie tllcD
ard Struiitr.on the lltli day ol June, and 13th day of
of AuKiiHt, next, troin one o'clock until four
o'clock i'. M.nuch ol said day a, and thatBix inoutha
from ttio lllth lay of day. A. Jj. 1M. 1h tho time:
limited hy nulii f'ourt for nuid creditora to preaeut
heir claims (o ox for examination and allowance.
Dated at WattRtlcld, Hi in 191 ti day or May A. D.,
rilwa JAMEMUAliti!' 4n, i 0"imwtoDr.
JIOHOLAS H. BENNETT'S ESTATE.
The iimlci'ttlni;tl. Iiavinw been appointed by the
Honorable Probate Court lor Hie DlHtnct '"I Waelilnir-f-iu.
Cniuiiu!ioiiPrM. to receive, examine and udjuat all
claims and dcniatidH of all nernoiiH uvalnHt tlu, chIhia
of Nii-linlits H. Ucuuctl.late ol Kaat Mnntneller, ln said
lil.irici, necen.ii, anu .11 ciniiii. nxnioitcu in onset
thereto, lier-.by Ive notice thai, we will meet for the
I'urpoee. atoreKiiid.at the dwi'lltuK house of thn late
SicIioImm H Hi-nncit, on the Ihth duy ot AuKust, and
the IKtli day ol Novemlmr nest, from I o'clock uutll
4 o'clock p. M.. each of said days, aud that six niontha
from tne dot ti day ol May A. II. ikm. Is the time
limited by said Court for said creditors to present their
elauus to us foi examination and allowance.
Dated at East Montpelier, thia aist day of May. A. D
ran i-mir r.?fttAL,
HIRAMTEMI'I.KTOM. I ., ,
raw) OitAVELQ. 8TEWAKb,( "mniUalon.
Importaut Improyeomts and Lower Prices.
Wh-wv aWnt or parlor orwsn '
tiaioilk!. n,:ui!tain.-,t th.ir ).-
Lr!f !,rf,TPV'?r v"rj' t"'"1-
lf iiifiifa.4 thPflawi. i.avP .,lV..vJ.
111 u n 1 1 mi. j uiu rh-(s tuple,,,.,, and
inlnlurtirm this rnn nf "ylrwl
iiiipTit.i.nt(t nf irreat I'r.u-ti.nl
"TUli.;. , n-hirh .m-e their f.r.
j.'a"n;. Mill hiir,irdi'tr'Potfi.--I'-.i'V
aiKt at th.'iunti-tmio render
l" -v Hi e r di-t,ii m pru-ea on
"vera. ... be riminim and mt.H. r
limy tie nieutniiieii:
Babl ( frarniiN
Crlrea, - aud :).
AnliDpr-iVfl bPllnwu. afnntilrtd hi e-.tidf r-ioM-m o
hleh the aft inn nnoii tlm rendu tm mni-& ,ii,....a .J.i
beuefli'ial trtot unfit! the quality of tone, while thn
lilowtitk in remlere-i rattier.
n nuprciveu keiy-i. tu.n rfdnrlnv theforneniveBaarr
to manipnliite tlir kyn nearly oi.e-lm '. rwndnrinJ til
iicue to the ptaver. wn'l hh almost certainly avoid luir
: r ..,.,,..,., .n,., is. '.1 kuU piayintf,
.aU . w.r.. a.i1u, B.iuiMo urn em 'lent and
!tiro in workinv. " ,M
Several new cawaarfl offered (.imbirilnir ifrare and
.leuiee nt d8Ufu, witli simplicity and stability ol
Au liDimrtnut practi;al advantatre of tlmse and othnr
tmi'Mvemeiitgnffertod this neaion In in irreator er.n
omv.if man ut set ure, by whirh lower priren of mmiV
rtivleaare rendered muni hi n The a. n.',
OrK-iuCa uow offer tbffoHowinif "ttl""u
F.XTRAORDINARILF LOW PRICES.
hi h certainty have not. before been even approached
namm n nuuiiiu unritun; nei rnnit UTU:e J T1T0
huiua, four oct vos; net cash price, $w.
welt); catalriKue prf.'e, ij'v
taveea,l'',rl,,fl' l t Vfi 'H'"'
phone, voix eelente fiill or"
ttweili ..j.V.1 ' "
Bweil", tiOtaloKiif nrii'e fiiaif
HiiviiieiiTH. mav ne ijj i or ruorn per iuhuiiihi iinainw,
Pri'-6H$Maud iftUi. a-'c trdintt' to value of the onran.
That stsinrt.irrt of murit v?hu?h h wtn for h M-non & H-im1 or-?m the
HIGHEST DISriNCriOMS at p.vorv ons of rhn GHEVT WO!tU)'S XDUTftrvrj
KXIIIBITFONS for thirtnon vir, at no one of which kit ant ofhcr Amrmm organ
toet been found e.gual to them, is not only risfi' ly mAintntned but miteriaUy iidvunoed.
IHiiHtrattid t'iitalngnos (32 pp. 4to), with pri(!e lists, free.
MASON Sc HAMLIN ORGAN CO.,
154Trmont St., Biston; 46 E. 14ih St., Vtw York; 149 Witb.tsli Ave., Chico.
COLDS. BRONCHITIS. ASTHMV. COYSUMPrioy. am) all
l)ise:i309 of tho TUIIOVT ami LUNGS.
In tlii u.'Weomhiuati'Ui wt! have hlendod tiwether hv distillation (winch faun-.t efrVh, iIU done In an
other way.) the BiilHim Tolu, Itivk C-itidy. pure oi l rtve Whisk-sy, and a v.iln'lile V uiv wlnoh prent? rvosall;
the virtues of the luta-rndieut!", yieldiiK valuable nxitector-iiit iiuilitios in Wivin; th article ;i tia rinvor anl
au airriit-ahlt' taste. U.iUn u T ilu ha Ion. hj m iwe 1 lv toe tn i lit: il pr"fyim t ;-tr its s itlnii. Iiejliutr aal
uouiim.imr iroperties. in allavinx auvin.tati m of the thnat. idwat and luax. P ji;i It ;k jh 1 live w t ditTil
ive enmulaur. creatunr a healthv ainmtity an 1 ttniu tip tii'i s,-.Hto u s unMilvr. I i) ) ir l i' "i ) nut f
t. A. ManntTof Olncw-i lus an tlj'zud and .Mrf ill rvinii'ili i'.i i. 1 u p.int l -.Uamrru U ut
unod oiaket it a pleauaut lifalthful Ionic and appotiziuir bflverairefor all.
Kxtntct from Report of the Commissioner of Internnl Revonue:
Treabubt Dkpartment, Office of Interval RFVENOaV
WaBhiniftou, D. C, January M, iS'Ttt. (
lert LAWHKNC'E MVHTIN.lll Madison St.. Ohirha.ro, III.
tifiitlemen 'f hiu compound, in tho opinion tf this 11 wnill hive ft nnlrli-ieitt quantity of thn B.VLSVM
of TOLU to krivo it nil the advaut aTih.' I to tii'H arti -In iu pecior.il c.nnpl ilot-t. wuilo the whiskv and the
avrup constitute an finiilsli.n rendimr it an anTRoable reni'dv to tiio patient. ( Vhtipoii riled ac-ordiiiK to the
formula it mav properly be cland na a medical iireptrari m uu l-r tti provisions ot U. S. Revised Statute!
and when so Htampud, iri iv bo i-ild bv Dru .'.rU:. p iiii-i ' uiw .i 1 1 otn r p-)rs wi ruoire RuvnisKiyfi thkm
LIABLE TO HAY SFKCIAL TX AH L1UUOH DKALEItrt. ini?p n 1 TT iff r t ,
X UilrH rtJnici ii ii ii j ,
rn i TTdlTl J DON'T HR HR DRCRtVR!)
r i j A U L li you common Kofk and llyo
only MKDICATRI prenaration, the(K?i uiMh naa tuo u ime oi LAntic.M; a 11 on tlie liuvernraent
Bevenue Stamp .u ench bottle.
Put up in QUART aiz Bottles for General nnd Family Use.
Hold tiv Dnnrtriats ISrorern and ireiieral d'Mler1 pvnrywhere. rr not found at your nnwj'Nt-a or (Iroeet't W
will Heud a bottle prepared to the nearest express office to you. Price Sl.iJO or b.x hottlea for S.lW. .
LAWRBNCE & MARTIN, PlSBSfc
CLAY -St., New Yoi . montpelier nY mttimw
FRANK II. B.VSC0MB & CO.
THE BEST MUSIC BOOKS !
Quartet Books for Choirs. ""1
Kraeraon'B Sacred Ouarteta Tliomas-B SacrMl QuartMa,
Baiimbarfi'a Haoreii tjuartets (aud lila new Collm-t on)
Bnolt'a MotHtto i:ollTO'tion aud his Second Mo'ette
Collectlru). and Dow'a Sacred Uuarteta, (tins last for
Mpri eoi eat?h -if the above, 8-2,110, ln Boarda, aud $126,
EAHTER MUSIC ! Rend for Hot of Eaater Carol! nd
Anthem!, and be?in in time, to practice I
The Beacon Light. SZtfLtirffiS
Book. By.?. H.TRNNY and Hev. K. A. H(KFIAN.
This book war prepared hv the bent talent, and may
Bafely claim to he at noun: the very font mimic books for
Huuday Hchoolsever pnoliahed. Examine it I fctpeel
meU8 mailed for 80 cti.
Now anbacrlbe for tha MCSI0AL BECOHD, S.
Gems ot English Song iKcV.rieclf.u
Round Sheet Munlc (Vocal). Very popular, (lema of
German Sonir, aud Moore'a Irlb Melodlca, are
also uf the beat bouka of the aaioe claaa. i
ir-nK boot mailed for retail price.
OLIVER niTSON & CO., Boston.
WORKER IN IRON,
SHOP ON BERLIN STREET,
Next Door Mouth of JohonuoU'a Leather Store.
OSEATSST HOVILTT OUT ! 1 1
The COMBINATION WATCH CHAR
COMPASS AN 0 MICBOHCOrB,
M AGSIK1B8 500 TIHKS.
We h) ut perfected n't art-vow
offering ihti oombl nation to Afvnti, and
lb puliiio for lhe Bnt time, lu mag-
otrjlDi power I equal to iri inioro
eope. Aa a ootnraM, Il U worth men
than the prioe of the oomblnatloo.aiid
Umahe a neal and norel watch oharn
SmmpU. b mntl.nlrM ptald ibe.
Sample, bu mall, gold platrd, SOo,
ddrM, , O, JilOKOl'T fc CO.,
U Baralay St., If. I.
Outfit furotahed fre?,with full inatmctlom
for conductlu ir the moat rrofitabl bual
npa that auyone can onutwro In. The bu
aiueB la so e&ay to learn, and our iuitruc
tiouB are o simple and I'laiul that any one
ran make irreat pront from the very start.
No one can fall who Its will. off to work.
Women are aa aucceaaful as men. Bova
and irirla can ean lartrAauma- Many bare made at
thn busluea over oue hundred dollars in a siiiKle week.
Nothiusr like it ever known before. AU who eoKatre
are surprised at the ease aud rapidity with which they
are able to mike money. You can enira&e in this busf.
nesa qurtntr your spare time at trnat profit Tou do
not have to fnveat capital Io it. Wa take all the risk.
Those who nned ready money, should write to us at
onoe. All furnished frea. UddressTAQi Oo,, An
f usta, Maine. rultl
Five ortavr oriraca, larrc ao
elfVJtnt 1-ane.rlehty nriiaiitMita
T.il nlM-li;.-,, ,i; eleven, atopi
(vi. 'la. vi'ili..(.il,e, illaiac4Q
diil. iana. f.lK. emrienet, inel
odia. ei;tr.ilM-lla. v.iis celeste,
tremulant, lull i.rv-aii.w.tli km
awelli; ratalufiir iri.-e. .;
lift eaFh (fire, 9 KM. ObHrrt
tl"i' t inn!' h.r uf ftoj-M in an
Hi-fit h in no rritrriua of ft w
Jftftty. A MafMin Ffamllu
11 van itmy be. expwted t; hava
very inin-b irreat er power, va
ii'ty, .in! riipat'itv every way,
than 1, up ot tlie "etieap" ortrana
wil It tiro or thre time it nmiv
"towr if.-i :-if Visiter oapa-itr are f-nnh1 in
-ttmi.ivn vrmlv. in vm.-v et-A-,t -".1,1 "v1 n.??.An
taa'lel. cirvei rioiiivH.P..,.! ...J
iI 1 ' itd; ni r-( fin e.f.j,. sioerb
7". Ki. Ht a-id Iu44 Fr niller
11 h to aul us. J'nnUr
Th JAurl Onran. of lanrn
wale an.l e;iiaHty: the beat
onran which ran be non
Htrncted from reedn. Hnit
d for am ime and adapted
'''any poBitittn J'rice, $.m
Hie aine, two niauuala.
fenty-two atopu: price,
f-iTu. FIonized cased, ex
actly imitatitnr ebony, are
tion very fashionable; CUT
ill id up.
Lif-zt Onran. :wn.
THE M VHOV IIAMUN OKl.S CO. nowreirular
ro m tre thin one h n ltM vn. iuclnrl
in the lowest as well as the htirhent priced instrument!
of thls c,a'"' lD thfl vnrli' of whlrh, considerin
T11'' ex'-ellf-nce and re tl value, nre the chane
orirauw made. Th price iitvn in thin tvicrrtWm'nt
are thf- lowxt net canh pn'w frnm our own trarrrnnm:.
except trtirrr otnerw" niaren.
p()ft khY PAYMKNTS.-Oru-anft are aluo fnrnihed
for easy payments it onlv BiitHfieiit advance in prtnea
to contpPtmat" for extra time mi l etitens . After a flrat
pHvment ofotir'-teiith of the price of the ornan. other
LTnuuffnu 3 RTtsaAZt
. . r30UN QN SQUARE
s i ma A PP 1 ..T.i .7Anu nasr u
1 nma9a ' ntw - runrx un t.
'JOHNSON, CLARK & CO., ,,
vvV & OU VB
'" -a, .tumiooiMiitjr,
hv uniTincinallftd dealers who try to palm off upon
i i phi.-i if ;mr TtiMi K H'fv and liYK, an n.irs is the
HULL VAPOR COOK STOVE.
The only Vapor Cook Btove that haa t(so6
tho test of yearn, and given entire
and perfect aatisfaetion.
Now in use, and frrosrtna- In favor vhsram
un-u. iiimi "Kinave ineiu will do.
. do without thera.
: The Most Simple, The Most Durable,
The Most Perfect, The Most Economic
No Sweltering Heat, No Fires to Build.
No Ashes to Remove, No Fuel to Carry,
No Smoke, No Odor.
FOR 5DMKR DSE TjjlYARE UDISPENSAEU
f Dom every dem-rintion of rookiurr or nth.
I l heretofore done by theordinary cookins?
I . 8tSVe or range, with eaao and perfect, comfort
ashing. Ironing, baking, broiling, fruit
' fciTr 3" ' ;' "',',,"uf inmirrerabla
I heat of the old faBhloued cook atove, and
f Our " Patent Automatic Safety Can " rend-
f "V or our stoves " perfectly xafe " In
isiced careless or luexperi-
SendforfuU descriptivo circular and price
list hpecla. Inducements to agenta in un
occupied territory. Address,
"HUU VAPOR STOVE COMPANY,"
H CENTS WANTED for the moit Complet
Oa a tire Btbla.lD on vukuiuti.ertir puUiaiiud. Kadaraea
mt-ntaby iMablrt4wholitfS4attdfor Uiet). Adnpted toaili
Literary Dl (vmboUitia laleal naaarctih BiiDiiay-aohiMM
wurkeis, StudenU.t'hilJren: n book for llolld.tj'a. CoatniaS
i tira faataraa. Uc-orlptli nor lalatlna,IjiU)ryof Anoatnlia
Labors ia Aaia Mmori Li fa of Ht, John t Tatilan shuwinf, tins
of aaoh ptrUrct. prophet aad kin, authorship and dates
of booka of Bibl 1 how tha earth was peopled from M oahj
parables and mimcloi of Old and New Testament! tha
twenty -four eermonsof Chrit In thelronlcr; the atfrhtoea
miracfe f the Apnutlea. I02O pitffe. 47S HluitraMuna.
Prfpe.9cl.Tiv. Kitratrm. .Hrllmc T .t. 8 -me awn ti maklns
yOft to 150 tier !i. A f.-w V neru Arctitu wenti-d.
VajLDii. vAMJtuTuaii MViX.eaii, iVW tu. Paula,
HLt'laKrE B IX FOI NOBT.
jiepartor Belli ot Copper and Till,
HI, 191 i.iurcaia, acmocn9K rtn
fFatlorti, Court Botuu, Are'llw
iw t-fot-are, iaimee, eae.
Illuelratatd Catalog aaal Phroa.
w twnntva a ib'1
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