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WEDNESDAY. JUNE 29. 1881.
We desire to make the PmuM an particularly valuabl
l,.r its news from ell parte of Vermout, end our friends
n aitTf rent parte of the Htate, eeiectallF in Waablwr
t.in.Orenire and Ijtmollle Counties will couferairrea
favor upou ue aDd our readers by sending ua local
intelligence. Give ua facta aDd we will arrange tbem
fur the pair.
The First National Bank pay a semi an
nual dividend of 6 per cent the first of
A change of time on the Central went
into effect Monday. The table on our fourth
IMige is correct.
Mr Kendill T. Davis, who has been
stopping in Boston with his daughter for
n year past, returned home last week.
Mr. John R. Seaver has taken the job ol
building the last house that is in the
ooume of erection by Mr. Taft on the
The OJd Fellows of Vermont held a
re-union and picnio at Highgate last
Thursday. There were gome three or
four hundred present.
Mrs. Sarah Harbaugh of San Francisco
Cal., arrived in Montpelier last week,
where she is to remain this summer with
her mother, Mrs. R. W. Hyde.
Policeman Demerilt is off this week, on
a vacation, visiting his brother-in-law,
Frank Hunt, at Essex Junction. E. K.
Voodiy fills his place during his absence.
Work is to commence to day in taking
the alate off the Mansard roof of the Reed
block on Main street and covering it with
tin. Messrs. Barrows & Peck do the job
The Montpelier & Wells River railroad
announce half fare from all stations on
their road to those who attend the celebra
tion of the Fourth, at Marshheld next
John Miller, who left the employ of
Kimball's granite works some months ago
and went to Burlington, has returned and
is to go into the store with his brother,
I.t. Col. Grecnleaf succeeds Gen. T. S
Peck as colonel of Vermont's militia reg
iment. Capt. Williams of Xorthflold was
elected lieutenant-colonel but declined,
and Capt J. J. Estey was elected.
A meeting in behalf of the cause of
female suffrage will be held in Montpelier
Friday, July 8ih, which will be addressed
by Lucy Stone, Julia Ward Howe, M. G.
Kipley, Mary N. E istuian, Rev. Kather
ine Leel and others.
Nicholas Flood of Northfield was arrest
ed on Tuesday in a bad state of intoxica
tion by Officer Ordway, and fined five dol
lars and costs. Ho disclosed on T. C.
Murphy, who was fined ten dollars and
costs, and tuck an appeal.
Mr. C. II. Shipman, finding his old
store too small for his increasing busi
ness, ha moved into the store recently
occupied by 0. E. Stowj but wishes it
understood, that he has not Mr. Stow's
old stock of goods.
Ol'KHA. Next Tuesday evening an op
eratic company, with Mrs. H E. H. Car
ter at the head, will appear in Capital
Hall. Mrs. Carter is known to all lovers
of music here, and both opera, " The
Mascot," and the compnay aro said to be
Conductor Henry Chamberlain isspend
ing a few weeks on his farm in Barnard.
He is a better conductor than Rosamond's
conductor or any other conductor that
ever condutced any man, woman, child or
train on any railroad and nobody ever
Shipman, of the shoe store, " Old Keli.
able," moves to-day to a store more desir
able. He needed more room, which he
gets at less rent, and this, he says, is the
reason he went. Stow's old stock he did
not buy; nis golds are first-class, just "give
them a try." The store is remodeled and
wears a new gloss; 'tis just opposite the
bakery of Chas. H. & Bart Cross.
A meeting of representatives of the
state reform club, the Grand Lodge of
Good Templars, the Temple of Honor,
and other temperance organizations was
held at the American House Tuesday, and
August 2:i-2Gih fixed upon us tho dates for
holding the temperance mass meeting at
Queen City Park, Burlington. John B
(rough will be present and there will be
other eminent speakers.
Dornian, the blind son of the late Kl
Cole of Marshfield, will be at home this
week to spend his vacation with his moth.
er and friends. Dosiring to earn some
thing the while, he will cane-seat needy
chairs for those wishing the same at the
low price of forty-five cents each for com1
mou and others in proportion. When be
can obtain one-half dozen he will get and
return them free. Address Dornian Cole,
or C. W. H. Dwinoll of Plainfield, Vt.
Willutoh Butter Market. June 27.
Good to fair butler sold at 18 to 19
cents; choice, 20 cents; choice a little
higher. Eggs, 15 cents.
KicimnMi Mahket, June 27. The
mar.ei was active. Butter sold at 18 to
20 cents for fair to good and 21 to 22 cents
for choice; fine a shade higher. Cheese
Hi to 9, cents.
St. Albans Bi-ttkb Market. June 28.
The market was quiet and prices lower.
Good to choice butter sold at 19 to 21 cents
iwr pound; selections 22 cents per pound.
Eggs 16 cents per dozen.
Remember that the ladies of St. Augus
tine's church hold their strawberry festival
ou Thursday of this week, and that they
will have a table set from 5 to 7 o'clock.
for those wishing an early sapper.
Chelsea The jury cases in the county
court were finished on rriday last, and the
jurymen discharged. The court adjourn
ed over till Monday.
There was a smart frost on the morning
of the 23d insU The month of June has
been very cold. The " oldest inhabitant
can't remember so cold a June.
The mail time has been changed so that
the stage for West Fairlee now leaves at
C o'clock A. M., and the stage for South
Royallon loaves ut 8:15 A. M.
The celebrated stock horse, Young Dra
co.owned by S. McAllister, died last week .
He had the reputation of being one of the
most valuable stock horses in Vermont.
The school in district No. 2 was closed
June 24th. The teacher treated her schol
ars to a splendid ride on Saturday. Geo
Cleveland acted as coachman, with his
fine livery carriage and four in band.
At the late meeting of the fire district
the question of furnishing means for ex
linguishing fires, ws discussed. The
meeting adjourned without taking decisive
action in favor of procuring the necessary
means for controlling the devouring ele
Enoch Martin of Washington met with
a singular accident. He was on his way
to Strafford, and about ten miles from l is
home. In attempting to snap his whip,
the end of the lash struck him on the ball
of one eye, causing a serious wonnd. He
was obliged to stop with an acquaintance,
and has remained there about two weeks
being unable to be removed to his home
Two prisoners were taken from the jail,
to the state prison June 23d, by Sheriff S
K. Berry. On being arraigned before the
court, they plead guilty. Abbott, the no
tofious depot and bouse burglar, plead
guilty to nine indiotments, ami was sen
tenced to hard labor in the stale prison for
fifteen years; and Danforth plead guilty
to the indictment for rape, and was, sen
tenced to the state prison for four years;
and Staples, who stolo two watches from
house in Corinth, also plead guilty, and
was sentenced lo two months in the house
of correction at Rutland.
Tub Union School. The examinations
last week were made with credit to both
teachers and pupils. It is probable that
but little change will be made in the
corps of teachers for the coming year.
The public exercises Friday evening
were well attended. Carrie C. Willey had
the salutatory and Anna J. Chandler the
valedictory; the oher parts being assigned
to George L. Blanchard, Minnie E. Bisnett
Henry G. Barnes and Arthur G. Eaton.
The President's Visit. President
Garfield with his family and several mem
bers of his cabinet will visit Vermont
next wee-. The presidont will go from
Williamstown, Mass., where he will attend
commencement, by way of Rutland, to St.
Albans on the 7th of July. The American
institute of instruction will be then in os
sion at St. Albans, and President Garfield
will remain in Si. Albans from Thursday
afternoon till the morning of Saturday,
July 9th, when he will leave for the White
Mountains, going, it is announced, by way
During the session of the institute at Si.
Albans the Central carries from all local
stations for half fare.
The tomperance camp meeting at
Lyndonville promises to be a season of
much interest and profit to all friends of
the cause. It will be held as already an
nounced on July 27th, 28th and 29th
Several speakers of national repute for
ability are already engaged and the com
mittee of arrangements are in correspond
ence with others whose services they hope
to secure. The arrangements for music
oontemplato a combination of vocal and
Instrumental music to an extent surpassing
any previous accomplishment in this land.
The religious interests of the meeting will
also be carefully provided for, and the gos
pel proclaimed as the true basis of all re
form. Further announcements will ap
pear in this paper as the arrangements
Corinth Corner. Last Sunday was
Children's day," so called, at our church
Rev. Mr. Austin our present pastor.
preached an appropriate sermon in the
forenoon to the children, giving a history
of Joseph in full, which held fast the
interest of the assembly. In tho afternoon
he time was devoted to the children
peaking pieces, and appropriate passages
from the Scripture were read from differ
ent persons, whicn made it an intereslin
occasion, together with the deooration of
the house with evorgieens and flowers
Quarterly meeting at Trinity church
next Sunday morning. The presiding
elder will not be present.
NoRTUrMELD. Miss Jennie B. Hagan of
South Royalton is one of the most remark
able inspirational mediums of this or any
other country. Il is truly astonishing to
listen to the poems and addresses given
through her organism the subject for the
same being given by the audience after
she takes the stand. The spiritualists of
Northfield and vicinity will be pleased to
learn that Miss Hagan is to spend a few
days the fore part of July among friends
in this section, and will, no doubt, hold
one or more public meetings during her
stay. Some of those who rank spiritual
ism among the delusions of the day will
do well to attend. Notices of meeting
given hereafter. A.
1'ittsfiei.d. Children's day was ob
served both at Pittslield and Stockbridge
in an interesting and profitable manner.
Both churches were finely decorated with
wreaths, plants and flowers. Prof. South-
worth of Montpelier seminary preached in
the morning at Pittsforda very instructive
sermon, from Matt. 22:42. in me aiter-
noon the Sunday school at Stockbridge
gave a concert, and at 5 o'clock the Sab
bath school at Pittslield held their concert,
The appreciation of both was manifested
bv substantial contributions for the chil
Some twenty five of the good people of
Bethel Gilead spent a very enjoyable day
at the residence of C. Dingman in Pitts-
field, their former pastor, last Wednesday
The 4th of July will be observed in
Pittslield by an appropriate celebration
Rev L. B. Rpeare, formerly of Btnaor, Me., wis
installed as pastor over lb Middlebury Congre
gational cburcta Friday by eouneil.
Tbe Jury in tbe Addison eounty court have given
verdKI to t'barlet N. Moaeley ofl,W, in term
and coals, aa-ainst the Vermont mutual Are Inanr
ance oompany. but the oaae wilt go to the aupreve
court on technical ground. There waa said to be
an unjust prejudice against tbe company.
Philo Lewis of Qranvllle recently hit hi wife
with a atone and supposing he bad killed her cut
hie own throat. Abe will recover.
A hotly contested post office removal light in
Bennington resulted in orders from Washington to
remove tbe office from the Manner oullding to the
free library block. It has remained in lie present
location for fifteen years and the people are pretty
evenly divided upon tbe subject whether to remove
or remain. Tbla ends a three months' agitation.
The Lyndonvtlle kern iterance eamp meeting be.
gins July 27, lasting three days.
As people were returning home from church In
St. Johnsuury.on t-unday, the 11Mb, two drunken
men were seen wallowing In tbe highway. Next
day each was lined i and costs. Tbey aaid the!.
liquor came from Boston. Both men were employ
ed at Kalibanke1 scale works, and were promptly
Dudley V Hill and 8. S. Thompson of Lyndon
offer to give tio.uuo each toward a perrnane nt fund
for Lyndon academy, provided 915 000 more
aised before the 1st of October.
Tbe friends of Prof. J. S. Brown, principal for tbe
past nine years of Lyndon Literary institute, pre
sented him a gold watch and, costing $150 the ilai
A little son ol Olive Crazier of Sheffield fell from
tbe high beams of a barn breaking bis right arm
and fracturing bis skull.
Fred Hough of Peacham was bitten In tbe face by
a hog last week. The hog wasn't mud, but Hough
waa shortly after.
The graduates of St. Jobnsbury academy this
year number 30. TUe instttutiou is In a flourishing
Henry Bixby, an Essex Junction butober, was
faialy gored while trying to kill a bull a few days
Charles H, Whitney, dealer In hats, caps, etc,
Burlington, will settle in insolvency.
Eleven deaths have occurred in one Newbury
school district iu 14 mouths.
Charles A. Clark and family of Ellington, Iowa,
formerly of Uraitleboro and Dummersion, were
among the victims of a terrible cyclone which visit
ed Northern Iowa.
Tbe Ransom guard of St. Albans, the Estey guard
of Uraitleboro and Cos. I and B of the 1st regiment
will attend the Yorktown celebration,
A man Jumped from a sleeping-car running iiO
miles an hour between Rutland and Bennington
recently, but could not be found afterward.
Frank Boynton of Jamaica has been nearly de
prived of his eyesight for several days by an orange
seed being ancidentlly snapped into bis eye by one
a continued inveetisation as to the cause ol the
burning of the house and the death ol Mrs. Lev'
Belknap at feast Barnard last March was hold at
East Barnard the 23d. The remains of Mrs. Belk
nap were exhumed, but the body showed no signs
of mutilation other than could be explained in con
nection with tbe lire, and tbe case waa dismissed
for want of evidence.
In the case of Keith vs. the town of Rockingham,
for Insufficiency of highway, In the U S. court at
Windsor the jury feodered a verdict, giving him
damages to the amount ol ft!H)8.$j. Keith sued for
lo,ooo and offered to settle for :),500, and the
selectmen had previously offered to settle by pay
ing him awo.
A few days since a Windsor tbree years old was
discovered in tbe act of burying a pel lamb wbile
yet alive. When remonstrated with, and asked
why he was doing this, he replied, '-Wby, I wants
to plant him and have more arow."
ueo. Parmeter of Sharon paid $16 and oosts on
complaint of the town grand juror, for selling older
Charles B. Sawtelte, a Boston druggist, fell dead
at White Hiver Junction tb.) 2id.
Several Reading farmers complain of the loss of
tbelr lambs by foxes.
The dogs have been making great havoc with
sheep in Uartland.
TV. . U .nH-p inU m hM. ... h-tt
Wuirbter. Mrs. ump'hera, DOROTHY K. WALLINU,
it years ol aire.
She had been a member of the Metho
dist Episcopal church fur 58 years She was
baptized and admitted tothechurcn by Rev.
Joseph Kellum. at Lebanon. N. II., where
she was niarried Forty seven years ngo
she came with ber hushann Ut live al
Middlesex. Her last years were spent
with ber daughter and only surviving
child, at this place, where her church relii.
tion waa held, aim was very oonstanl al
hurch as lone as strength held out. llr
Her place was always tilled at the class-
meeting. Though unpretending and re
tiring, she was strong in purpose anil
knew the way nr. the lrd. Her memory
among her friends is blessed, and her in
fluence for good will remain.
D. E. Miller.
Never ask a Dyspeptic person what he
wants to eat, but let him take a few doses
of Busier' mandrake Bluer and
his appetite will be all right. Price 25
cts. per bottle.
Henry Johnnon's Arnica and
Oil Liniment is an external remedy for
Man and Beast.
Throat affections and bronchial diseases
are relieved immediately by the use of
New Pension Cases. It is said that
new pension cases are being filed at the
rate of five thousand a month, and action
upon more than one hundred thousand
cases Is incomplete. If the cases were
not thoroughly examined the treasury
would be bankrupt.
A Goon Investment. One of our promi
nent business men said to us the other day :
"In the spring my wife got all run down
and could not eat any thing; passing your
store I snw a pile of Hood's Sarsaparilla in
the window, and 1 gut a bottle. After she
had taken it a week she had a rousing ap
petite, and did her everything. She took
three bottles, nnd it was the best three dol-
'ara lever invested. 0.1.lli.odo;'o., Lowell, Mass.
Mr.Bentlet Retires Ex-Commisson
er Bentley surrendered the pension office
to his successor, Mr. Dudley, on June
27th. He says the number of new pensions
granted during the year will be about
twentv-flve thousand, exclusive of 181
pensions. 1 his is an increase ol more
than slxtv rjer cent over the number
granted last vear. The settlements of
next year ought to cover $45,000 to $50,
UUU. The pension appropriation oi ou,
000,000 was exhausted this year and
nearly all May and June settlements had
to be carried over to the next fiscal year.
The first payments in July will require
about $5,000,000. The amount required
the coming fiscal year approximates
I'Eln.'t,c,i.I.;!:',T-b,,,T,',ubl,.DAUCHT & Co's Advertisements.
Timinrk Rittr the rllmii of tonlca. nutTltr
table atttctttc, at C. Bleketv.
Tamarack (litters will vurt all malarial dlMMM
Maurtc Lotion hu no eoual fur Dttn. Internal or ex-
termi Hold by C. Blakely.
Dandruff Ban tub er will make the hair grow: 1U root
ire alive at C. UUkely'a.
Timinrk Hit torn am a aourc of comfort to ths
Dyi'ttit;. At C. Ulakely'a.
Matrlr Lotion it aia(t f all coin petition, becauaslt i
thelMtat. At 0. Ulakely'a. .
IHntlmff BaniRhnr nnUiua do mlDerala. A Ana pre-
tH.ntUou.at O Ulakely'a.
Tamarack Bittftm enrtt Dvuvenaia. OouitlpaUoD,
Ar. Hold by O. BlakHy.
Ura i of nanty baniahea pimnlea, blotcbaa, aperka '
ate. ai i;. Diuueiy a.
Ci-pam of Roantv la a marvel of purity, delicately '
pen u .Ufa. sola oy u. niaaeiy
rmm of Rrmtirv. It ia chartulnir. barmleaa and da-'
iKt.tfi.1. At U. Bfakely'a.
Dandruff Tlanlnhur ureveuta tbe hair from fall Id.
Sold by C. Blakely.
Tamarack Bittnra make the weak atrotw and the
Htrootf happy. Hold by C blakely.
Tamarack Bittern, th boat Vegetable Bitter In the
world. Hold by U. Blakely.
"1B.KAM OF BEtTTY.-A dnlfcate charmta appll
I i cti,.ii whirh hftnlatiMi all tinlAiitattona. furrows.
mar. tan frecklae and diat'olontimiR, from the akin,
leavMiir itaaelicaie texture ciar, veiTiy aun iuimm.ii.
ruin trroat dlwtVRry I or tne laainr toiiet ia awviDtw w
nuts k imalAr miration fit man and a hlirber am
bition nf woman than ail tbe arte employed linoe crea
tion. Thin really cbanuiutf aDd harm loan toilet prep
aration nan recently btm introduced, yet over one
inuimn lartios nave tesiea ua niavicii enw-m, wn uun
of whom could be Inducted to diflpenae with Ha use.
Vlarloij's Ctvaiii of Itaanty la aold by drutrtfieta. Try
it- reat Hale atC. Blakely'a.
Manic lotion la a new, dfturhtfnl and wonderful
remedy, deaiiriird and warranted to auperaede all
tbe paiu-relitTViiiK atfeuta yet discovered. Ibta ii
strnnK hiuu-uau-ft. but no more strong than true. Metric
Lotion is entirely different from any lotion, llntuieut,
pain-killer, or other compound for relief of pain in
ttif whole world, and la perfectly barmleaa for tbe iu
rant and the atred, it it coolinir and trrateful totb
burnknir brow, tbr'inbiittr temple", and fever-parched
Hveteui. Mwric Lotiou wilt ban tab pain and allay in
tlam Hint mil more rapidly than auy curative compound
in tbla or any other country. Hold by C. Blakely.
ImportaLt Improvements and Lower irices.
e 111 I fl A V I II l if I I IT
A PERFECT HPKIXG AND BUMMER MEI4. INK:
A Thorough BWmI PnrltW A Tonic Appetiz".!
Pleasant to the taut, iiivitforattnir to the body. The
motit eminent PUY.SK'UNrt recommended tbc-e
Bitters for their curat! vn properties. Trial alee 50r'
Full Hlze (lament in market) i .uu.
Pot the Kidnyn. Liver and Urinary Ortraiia. ne
nntfalnv hut " WARNEB'rt IFK KIDNEY AND LIV-
KH (HIKE " It RtandR 1(1 1 A uKIJ. I iloliHailtlH
owe their tiaaith and hanpine" to It. 8rvV offer
Warners Hate ionic uiiinrH" wunequai rmi-uio.
H. H.WARNEK4CO., HocHBTRtt, N. Y.
mratrical Catarrh Ri pel Icr. -Catarrh Is recownir.ed as
i'A. the moat universal, disagreeable and disRiiatititr
liseatte Known tome nuiuau race, aim me eimrn w
cure it have been mostly fruitleus. The more tbe vic
tim of this loathsome dnieaBe ban auulfed, washed, del-
Hired . ifarKled and trairired over the naiweaiuur, smart
ing and bhAtcrluir eft octH of the wouderful curea offer
ed for the cure of catarrh, the more discouraged and
disifiiHted bebHConies. the disease continuing itarav
hkoh until hi breath becomes so off en live that bis
nearest friend avoid htm, and be ice distinctly be
fore him the tfboBt ot coneumptlou. But, dear frieud,
cheer up, there in bie for you. UaeOaborue'e Catarrh
Expeller according to directions.
tuna oy u. rvr,i, i ,
1 Dy U. BajA.iYE.lJ I,
No. 4 State-street, Montpelier, Vt.
loiters Uncalled tor at MontpHlar, Vt. Pet
OIHce. June S5, IH81.
tsr-To obtain these letters persons must (five tbe
Royal Fairfax, Nelson Morse, F. O
In South Waldon, June 33, at tbe M. E. parsonatre. by
Rev. (t. W. Ooodell. JOHN BHICKKTr ol Hardwiuk,
and Mibb FLORENCE FREEMAN of Waldon.
In DeThv.June26.by Rev. C. A. Bmlth, Mr JOHKPH
B. HOUSE and MIhs HaTTIE BEKBE, both of Htan-
stend, y. y.
Whoe rahltief or parlor onrsn
havehm.- maintained Ihelr arwo
Intt' Knstrtar r the very atand
art nt ex i ll.-n.-e sinoutr inatru
jtienta.it thc.'Ui, have plaanre
in aniiiiiiii.-iiit. the completion and
ml rodiii"i.ii tiili an nun ,,f nveral
improvement of irreat practical
importance, which wive their or
jrans a Mtiil hiirlier decree of excd
lenre. ami at the aa me time render
i-osnihie a r dm-tinn in prce nu
several i d tbe medium and anialler
"irt-ri. Auionif ttiexe improvement
may he iueutioutl: -
All improve I bellow", simplified In eonntructlon o
vhl' h tin' action upon tbe reeiln n more direct, with
cnencial e'Jt-ct up .n the quality of tone, while tbe
ilownu ih renoered eawer.
An liuproveti Key-v.ct.on ronneintr the rorce tin ewsary
niiitiipulate the keys nearly one-hali, renderintr tbe 1
vhole action more elnHtlc and perfect. nd Kaviinr fa- '
time to tbe player. we1) an almoxt certainly avoldinv
tome of the commonlKt f unite in orvan plavitor.
An improved stop action; annple but ethcient and
-ure iu workimr.
Several new caan ar offered, eombinlnir irrace and
ueiranr-e nt dcHiarii, witu simplicity aud atability nt
u importunt practical ad van t a if p of these and other
itiipri'Vcirieutti 'If i-ftti this Bt-auori tn In trreater econ
oi ol man ut act ure, by which lower prices of many
MvleH are rendered posaible. The laaon ft Hamlin
irxu lu. now uur mf iuiiowiuk
EXTRAORDINARILY LOW PRICES,
iVhtr-h certainly have mt before been even approached
tor onr and of Huch hitrheitt excellence.
The Baby Cabinet Onran cut at hevinnlnir) three
ind a quarter octaves, suiticient compsRH for the full
:artaol popular, aai-red and aecnlar innaii- ironr.iiv
navinif the charactcriatii- tone ami sxcidlence of tbe
Wannn k Hamlin ortfauii: net c;ib!i price, $22 The
mine, four octave; net cash price,
Five ortave organs, lam an
elew-aat .ae,rlct,l v ornamente
and enbelli-bsd: eleven stops
(viols, viiila-dulce, dlapaaua
dulcisna. oboe, clarionet, nel
odia. clarabetla, vuix relents,
tremulant, full orirss.wtUj knee
swell): cstsloM-ue price.
net caab price, $UrJ, Ohnrrx0
that the number of toi in am
orvnn ia no criterion it na
1aritv. A Mnon A Hainlia
orirau may le expected to bare
very much irreater power, vs
liety, -ud capacity every way,
than one of tbe "cheap" nrtrans
with fiesor (Arer Umtn it ntm-
Tsrirer atvlesf prreiater Jcapacltv are rimlohed hi
extennive variety. In vervVlewaut cae- hls-k walnut
sh'i or elroni.'l. naueled. irvt-,, ri.-hlv decora'e l and
hfa-hly p-ili-hed by ba-id; up o wi each. Huoerb
drawimr-nio'n styles, bwto nn and nt For lartrs
Rbun'bes. W. ' a-c F ir "mailer
clnirclp--. schools. et-., W to a and up. 'Prtrular
The f-lfrt Oriran. of larirs
acsie and c"pa-ltv : the best
orvan wh'ch rsri be con
strni'ted fr.-tn reeds Suit
ed for any uae snd adapted
'o any poajtlon Price, t M0.
The Fime, two manuala,
twenty-two Rtopn; prloe,
f.7(l. Ehon1ed cases, ex
actly iniltatiiiK ebony, ars
now very fashionable; tilt
iot clrculari, aildtet
Monroe Co., Pa.
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brlgnt ana uaay fiats oi rcw mc, iqu pun
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Four nctsveonrans, Ave Ntopa
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News and Uosslp
The temperanoe folks figure It out that during the
liiBt ten years the drink bill ol'Ireland has averaged
$i!),ll,YMJaonually; while the total rental of all
the agricultural lands-ia computed at $57,ft!H ,6if0.
We believe tbat Secretary Dlaine is entirely right
in his statement in reference to the contest lo New
York when be says: "From ibis time on you will
see that the republican party will grow stronger for
having asserted that men were elected to office to
ilseharge certain lawful duties, and not to s6
Dr. Franklin's mother-inlaw objected to ber
daughter maarying a printer, because tbere were
already two printing offices in the United 8 talent
and ahe didn't think the country could support
The ' Daily Sun" of Parsons, Kansas, shines tor
Conklingfor president in 1884.
The passes given to the members ol the New
oi k legislature expired June 13, and the citizens
of Albany are talking nuout doing them if they stay
there much longer. They seem not to care very
much for what 1b said about them.
Worcesteh. The gold diggers have
moved up stream, and commenced opera
tions anew with better success.
E. M. Uamblfct has gone to the beach to
spend a few weeks for hU health.
Charley Parker has sold his place to
Daniel Cook son and bought him a farm
on Howerson hill.
Elder Ford is on tbe gain, but not so as
to he out.
H. A. Hancock has a boy very sick with
Mrs. Samuel Pratt got badly hooked by
a cow last Saturday.
Putnamsville. Mr. C C. Putnam baa
gone to Wells Beach, Me., with his duugh
ter Hattie, for her health.
The hotel season at Saratoga was opened Sulur
day. AH of the hotels nod boarding houseB are
ow ready to receive gtteBls.
There are '-iGtt missionaries in New York city and
10,000 liquor ealoons working against tbem.
The hotel ostracism of Hebrews is now extended
to children, and some of the summer resort land'
lord:) are advertising for adult boarders only.
Two rubber bags, containing 150 pound a of dyna
mite, were discovered last week under the bridge
of Catharine canal In St. Petersburgh. Tbey were
provided with fuses and were recently made.
The bull of Commodore Perry's flagship the
awrence, Is still sailing the lakes undei the name
of tbe Harriet Rosa, a schooner of 179 tons burden.
Her upper works bave been rebuilt several times
but her hull is as sound as when she went into the
battle of Lake Erie, September 10, 1813.
Tbe old Cunarder Persia, in Its day the finest
vessel afloat, took six tons of coal acrosB tbe Atlan
tic ; tbe Arizona, a new steamer, about double the
ize of tbe Persia, takes a fifth of a ton. It is
changes like ibis, as well as low land rates, wbiob
are swamping British farmer with western grain
Tbe quality of the blood depends upon digestion
and assimilation. These are perfected in all cases
by the use of Wheat Bitters.
As a lood and as a medicine nothing in medicine
can compare with Malt Bitters..
A Musical Pkodigy Nettie J. Hib
bard, of Athens, Ohio, is not quite four
years old. When a very young infant she
showed a degree of susceptibility to music
al sounds that could scarcely be credited
bv strangers. When only a few weeks
old her sensitiveness to such sounds was
very perceptible, she sometimes being
wroiifrht nnon to such a degree as to have
to be taken from the room before she could
be auieted. When a little older certain
pieces ' would cfjiwe her to laugh, others
m erv. When not more than a year and
half old she betran to sing, readily learn
ing any air she heard played upoi me
violin, niano or anv other instrument, and
lAftrninir it vorv neonrntelv. Whenever
she chose to nniuse herself by drumming
noon the pmno he wr nl lowed Ut no 8,
sometimes playing for hours. A year ago
she began to shut herself up alone in the
room with the ptano, but no attention was
palrl to it until the family were surprised
m taeur her nlavine chords adapted to cer
rain aini which she bad learned. She
made rapid progress, and Is now able to
improvise accompaniments nnd play as
readily lu one Key as iu nuuium .
Fruit of the tropic's burning clime,
Thy woQilrous virtues, fmleless sllll,
Exert ao influence sublime,
In ministering to human ill:
And many a pang along our way
sanfonl'H Jamaica Ginger doth allay.
The programme of the Yorktown cele
bration, it is announced, has finally been
arranged by the congressional committee.
The oration by Hon. lt.C.Wintlirop is to be
delivered October lytli. Iitteon tbousnnd
troops are expected to be in line, of which
the army will furnish four thousand. Two
regiments of French troops will be pres
ent. The secretary of the commission
has received responses from the following
New England governors: Gov. Bigelow
of Connecticut will be present with his
staff and a regiment of troops ; Gov. Farn
ham with his staff and two companies of
National Guards; Gov. Bell will represent
New Hampshire; Gov. Littletield, Rhode
Island. Massachusetts will be represent
ed bv her governor and military stun
officers of the executive department, a
legislative committee, and at least a bat
talion of four companies of statu militia
The iriends ortempcrance will find Malt Bitters
nvigorating and strengthening.
Path's Farewell Visit. Patti is
coining to America, this fall, sailing on
October, 22d, where she intends giving at
least forty concerts, sue lanes a naruone
nnd tenor (Nicolmif) with ner. ine price
of the seats for the ooncerts Mmo. Adelina
Patti will not appear on the staije in the
United States is twenty dollars for the
first rows. She will return to London the
following May. and after five or six per
formances in that city and one in every
town on the continent where she has ever
sung before, will retire from public life
There Is serioiih meaning in this expression. That
wearied step, languid eye and leeling of general
lassitude, come from "Bprtog sickness." tie assur.
ed, a serious, nnd, perhaps fatal disease is elose in
its wake. The system wants cleansing of winter
impurities; the sluggish blood needs to be sent in
swift and clear currents through the veins. H Fa
vorite Remedy" will do this; it will give new vigor
to the body, brightness to the eye, a glow to the
countenance and elasticity to the step. One dollar
bottle. Every druggist hss it. Ur. llsvid Ken
nedv, proprietor, Uondout, N. Y. fm(25w'i
Results ok Tight Lacinu. Tho Glas
gow News sas: The evils of tight lacing
were snown at an inquest neid recently at
KiUmrn upon the body of Mrs. Amelia
Jury. Dr. Hill stated lhat npon making
a post-mortem examination tie louml that
the stoinacn was contracted, in tne middle
by a firm band, narrowing it to one-eighth
of the usual size, so mere were virtually
two stomachs, and this contraction was
on a level with a deep indentation on the
liver, corresponding to wnere the stays
were tightly bound round. The liver
itself was flattened out, and was driven
down very deep into the pelvis also, and
there was no doubt hnt what this also was
produced by tight lacing. 1 be coroner
said tbat ho some time ngo held an inquest
where it was shown that the liver had
been very seriously injured through tight
laoing, and perhaps these cases would act
as a caution against these practices now
In (Jarthairf Landlntr, on the Hudton , June 5 0( Rev.
church iu Moutpeher.
In Mmitnelier, June 19, CLARENCE W., Infant ton
of Lewis A. Dow, ed 7 monthH aud 3tUy.
Tn winhall. Mav 2ft. bv Rev. T. Mackle. ALBERT E.
GKOVKKaiKl FANNIE CENTKR.
Bv the name, in Winhall, ?Jnne 21, WILLIAM C.
WHEKLKlland FLORA I. NfiWTON.
It Cabot, June 23, THOMAH LVFORD, ayed 79 yaara
In Middlesex, June 26, BKKTIK J. HILL, ftffed I'd
In Cra anbury, June 23, Mrs. AM AHA HCOTT, aired 68
In Mnrotowii, June 26, TIMOTHY MURPHY , aired
about 76 yea r.
Iu Peacham, June 16, of heait dleeaBe, Mm. KAL
THAN .Hired tjO ycarH.
Tn Jericho, on Hundny. June 18, Mra. ANDREW
WARNElt, in ine7lith year ot her age.
In Went T'tpshani, June 33d, by Rev 8. A. French.
NYLVKSTK1C U. ..IKAKKIt of Jlarro, aud KOXANA
TAIiHK, of Went Tojiflhani,
Pianos s Organs
BV THB UNDBRSIO.NED, AT HIS
IIRAI) OK STATE STIiKE,
o.vj7'K.fK, - - rKjurojvr,
CEO. W. WILDER.
Hon. Pitt W. Hyde died at Hydeville
or, the 23d, aged 65 years.
Rev. C. E. Ferrin, a prominent Congre
gationalist minister, died at flainfleld last
The Now York senatorial contest runs
along without change. Mr. Conkling has
been to Washington to see to his horse
that got tangled up in a barbed wire fence
and the Springfield Republican unkindly
suggests that the ex-senator can sympa
thize with tbe horse.
Mrs. R. O. Sturtevant of Middlebury
gava a very interesting temperance lecture
at the Unitarian church last Sunday even
ing, and Mouday afternoon she organized
a young ladles temperance nnion with the
following officers : President, Lizzie Cum
mins; vice presidents, Addie Slack, Eulie
Baton and Carrie Witt; recording secreta
ry, Carrie Witt; corresponding secretary.
Josie Gill; treasurer, Dora Hatha way-
executive committee, Sarah Hoyt, Eulie
Eaton, Nanny Laughrey.
Simultaneously with the reports of good
crops in Ireland comes the statement that
the country is quieting down, singularly
enough, tnese encouraging omens are ac
companied by appeals to the United States
to assist the land leagues by further dona
tions of money. What Ireland wants more
than anything at the present time is a ces
sation of agitation. Let her population
have time and opportunity to recuperate
under the smiles of Heaven. Boston Transcript.
Malt Bluera regulate, purify, trenKiben
rouiah the maternal Iiinotiona.
The Albany correspondent to the New
York Tribune says "that Vice President
Arthur charges the downfall of the ma
chine npon Mr. 1 latt. He savs that Mr
Piatt, to make sure the defeat ol Crowley
and to secure his own election last winter
entered into an agreement with the nd
ministration republicans to support Judge
Robertson for any office to which the
president might nominate him. This was
made known to the pressdent, and Gener
al Arthur is understood to have said that
without this agreement Judge Robertson
would not have been nominated collector
until the question had been first discussed
witb Mr. uonKiing, wno would not then
have felt called upon to resign. Kx Sena
tor Conkling now, it Is said, begins to
view this matter somewhat in the same
light as the vice-president, and there are
rumors er a growing willingness on In
part lo attempt to make Mr. Piatt a scape
The Next House. Captain Green
Adnms, the chief clerk of the House of Re
preventatives, has received notification in
itue form of fifteen seats which will be
contested in the next House, most of them
accompanied by voluminous testimony
Alabama is the banner state In having the
largest number of these cases of any one
state, it naving lour, except one In Iowa
and one in Maine, all the contestants are
from southern states. A curious piece of
evidence accompanies the pakagt of
testimony In the case of Robert Small
againBt G. D. Tillman in the Fifth distri
of South Carolina. The sealed packasre,
wbioh can be opened only by the House
committee on elections, is about eighteen
inches square snd four feet thick. To this
is tied a stout hickory stick about four feet
long, which is labeled " Exhibit D." What
was the line or argument pursued in Ihe
preceding exhibits. A, 15 and U, eonojaled
in the package, or what the grand climax
to which this forcible style ol loric led
the contents of the package will alone
reveal. The exposed exhibit certainly of
fers a fair field lor conjecture as to ths na
tore of the other moral suasions used.
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! humaufaini'y, b 'slrt srreiptf forcom
posiii cooling or wtuin.ug drinks.
HfliRWAitE of worthless imitationn paid
to her food an Hanvokd's. Askfjr
San poku'b Ginger imd taKo no otner.
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UI tA H. CLARK'S WILL
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i hHHt nell tne article
von EVEBHAW. One
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DITS(N fc OO. sr the sol agents fnr ths ITnited
States for the matfultii-eut Novello List nf Oratnrlos.
Uperas, Olees. Part-sonirs. ft-. The separate Anthems
llliornsps. or Olees. eewt but 'ts. to lcvts c;-h. ami are
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are called " Primers." but are really a irreat ileal more:
ItliniMF.NTSdF MPHKV By Cum Hunts.
AllTOKI'HNO PWINO. By l'aner.
KIN'(IN. Rr n-intleifie-.
Ml'SICM. FOItMK. BvPiuer.
HAUMDNY. Bv Strainer.
INKTHUMF.NTATION. By Prout.
Villi, IN. BrTnnm.
MI'HK'AT, TKHI. By Htalner.
COMPOSITION. By Staiuer.
To tiie Boys of New England,
STATE OF VKRMONT. District of WashiDtrton,
In Probate Court, held at Montpelier. In and for
said District, on the a td day of Juue, A. D. 1kh:
An Iustruinfint purporting to be the last Will aud
Tea ainent u Julia H. Clark, late nf Montpelier
lu said dHtri't, doceaaed, heiuK preaented to the
It is ordered hy aaid Court, that all persona uoucero
edthorelu bo n1i lied to appear at a seartlon of said
Court to hn held ut the Probate OlUfle in Montpelier,
on the lstb day of July. A. D., 1681, and show
ran, if any they may have, syalnst the Probate of
Mid will : for which purpose it is further ordered, tbat
rnuvof the record of this order be published three
weeks succ asively in the Oreeo Monotaiu Freeman,
priuted at Moatpelisr. prevlou to said Urns appointed
The Best Known Remedy for
Backache or Lame Back.
Rheumatism or Lame Joints.
Cramps or Sprains.
NeuralKia or Kidney Diseases.
Lumbago, Severe Aches or Pains
Arc SaperUr la all other Plaatcn.
Are Sapertor ta Pads.
Are Bapetier ta ljalaaeata.
Are Soperlar ta Ointments er Halree.
Are superior te Blretrlcltr ar calTaaleai
Tker Act Immediately.
They Relieve Pala at Oaee
Tk.y PealllTely Care.
Benson Caprine Porous Pla.
Mr, nave Deen uniiatea. i"
not alluw yonr druggist to
vinK a Bimuai
LIGHT AND LIFE.
' Anew Kunday Krhool Sons- n wk.Br U M MrlNTOSH
Price 36 rents. Liberal redurtion for quantities.
' IJtrbt and T.ffi' to ell he hr1nir.
i Ktsen with healiiuf on his win?
Hail, thou heaven btrn Prince of Pewe!
j Hail, thou Son of KiKbteouaneas I"
From th- attractive title to the last nsve. outside and
inniilp. tli-' whole hook i full of Life mid full of I.iifht
Semi stiinips for specimen jpy. Specimeu paires free
OUVFR DTTSOV A CO.. Ronton
OaeaiMBib.lBo-voliiiu.tar paMiaaS. fia4en
mtitmtj SOS eSaMlMholarHteW far Um. APti to edj
ran foetaras. DerpUoBofPaUMUMtUUtorysfApostolte
l!XrTuiAjt Minori Life of St. Johat Tablet ihowU Ulm
of jah patriarob. prophet sad kfasi anthorihtp and dta
of books ef Bibl t how tha earth wu peopled from Noabi
pu-ablM and iniraclei of Old and New TraUmeBta, tha
tweBty-four lermoniof ChH la their orderi the tighteea
mirMfM f (he Apontlea. IO20 PMtee 475 flluitrt(on.
Prine Ss.li. KxtTsterma. Sllin)ifat, RnmoatreiiUmaktrii
t'JOO tn tflO pirmtinlh. A few fienepsil AfrTRte wan tea.
Vp "nilv aljuLftTSCur ou. w m. eVa at. vtuka
Every day at noon, precisely, after April 4th, a
Balloon six feet hitch will be released from the
top of Oak Hall, Boston, and a reward of s ault of
clothe will be paid to the hoy who capture It and
returns It to Boston. We also givt to every rue.
tomer in our boys' department, an Inflated Pariaian
Balloon, 90 centimeters In dtameterl
The stock of Men's and Boys' Hprlnif snd Bum
mer Suits and Hprinjc Overcoats is complete, and
surpasses in variety and Reneral excellence all
former displays. In three hundred New England
towns and cities we are represented hy established
Agents, in whose hands full lines of Spring and
Summer Samples will be found, and with whom
ResBif fnl Ptops. OetsM.
Carfed walnatre. SendfSI
our Illustrated Cauloirne. It
fivee information which pro
ecuthe purchaser and stakes
Smith, S W
111B BlajAi la
our trade can conHritritlv HpaI.
When you go to Boston be sure and visit Oak
Hall the famous, one-price, reliable Clothing
i .. .1 PuiwuNm PUIm make Kew Rich
! Blood, and will oomnlwely change the blood In
I theentlresvstem In three months. Anypemm
i .h. will I.V. 1 nlll eai.h nlirhtfrom 1 to ISweeks
Samnles and rules fur self mu.nr. t I mar be restored to sound health. If sueh a thing
address. 1 be noaslble. Sent by mall for letter stamps.
J. 6. dUM ABU m ,
formerly Ssafsr, M. '
ten have been imitated. Do
calm off eome other plaster ha
r the Ooiirt-attest.
0. AViBlU., lisautei.
S-A-P-C-I N B. Pnre 16 eta.
8EABURY aV JOHNSON, w
MauiilsclarlOt Cheinwis, Hew jo'a.
HIlRf! REM6v AT l.At. rlre JtSr.
M IAD'S Ksdlctnl CORN nd BUNION PUSTtl.
6, W. SIMMONS & SON.
82 to 44 North Street, Boston,
The oldest Clothing House In New Knglmd.
M ALI- WelihauptoCftiba. Krt.il
cp. ei.oip. limn .iirinii .... .
iiisTU bvai 0u., Umulimau, O.
DCklCinUO For KOUtlERS,
rCriOlvllaV widow., fnh. ii. moth.n or
ehlldna. Thoond.T.t.tHl.il. P.tnioe.,1...
nr mmw DlmH. Thouttnda of pantinn.rf tn4
i'l"f." Uo3 to INcltEAKE iad BOCHiTY.
PATENTS prooor.il 1 for In.satort. Sldim
land w.rrsst rooMrMl.tonshtand told, aoldlvr.
AHilrni N. W. FltlMrald 4 CO. l-assiiia ft
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