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WEDNESDAY. AUO. 10, 1881.
f ,1. irt to make the FBEtauif iwrticnlrlT nlnib
f r it-c - from all part, of Vermont, and our frtonda
n lit!- rt'tit parts of the state, aapeclallr in Wasbintr-
, ,tl..ir.tiif u.l l-atnoilla Conntlea will onnferairrea
f .r 'iron us and our readers or aendlna oa lora
ii.vii.-c. liiveua fa U and we will amove them
Dr. K H. Newton bu removed Into
C1. r". V. Kin. UK's tenement house on
Oup's a.lvertisino; cur is exp?cted In
3I.ntjx-liT totlay, and the circus is to
o,,mo ilie 20th.
Tin- :innn:il meeting of tha Union
sch xl .listrict is to be held atCa.pit.il Hull
t 7 o'olii'k this evening.
Mr El. J. Woodbury has purchnsed
t,.. I...l:in.l meat market and has taken
,w-i-ion, opening it to day.
Tlio stock of one Vermont railroad has
g,n nlinve p:ir. Connecticut and PS9ump
ie, pn'fcrrccl, is selling in Boston at 101.
We understand that Mr. Barnes has
tuki'ti job of erecting the new two
story int shop in rear of the Huzen
C ri-. I) ? F. Bincroft and El. M. Seott
his ri'in oveil from the Hyde block into the
nnv house recently erected by C. H. Heath
on If li re street.
The Miles hearing at Bradford last week
resulted in the refusal of the governor to
jttnlon liira. Miles tried the Waller
dodjje but the alibi did not work.
II. h. Niyton fin jmt received a lot
of piper and envelopes from one of the
liw-it manufactories in Massachusetts,
and at prices so ho can compete with any
one. try bmi.
Xo work was done at the August term
of he Washington county supreme oourt
wliieh nit the 8th. Nearly all the oases
were continued to the general term, which
meets October 25th.
II U. Ilrown and F. S. Kimball of
Xmtlitiehl contemplate building a carriao-e
roil to the top of Paino mountain, and
w;l ercet an observatory upon the sum
mit, from which one of the finest views in
Vermont may be had.
The Ladies' Christian temperance union
iir .poje to have a lawn party at Miss
B :i4-liaw's Friday evening, the 12th in
stant. If not pleasant then on Saturday
evening. loo cream and cake, fifteen
cents. The band are expected. All are
William Ravey of Waterbury was ar
rested Monday evening for attempted rape
up n a thirteen-years-oH girl named Nell
Wnj-ter. Deputy Sheriff Athorton kept
him over night, but in the morning Ravey
esnaped while Mr. Atherton was getting
tiis team, and pursuit after him was lively
On Saturday, Officer Denieritt arrested
' Pi 'V ."' S illivan.a stone outter, belonging
in Bai re, hut formerly of Montpelier, for
i itnxii 'ation. Ho was on Monday brought
h'fire Justice Hinkley and fined with
c i-'.s to the usual amount of $9.60, which
h" paid and was discharged, after disclos
in.' io the effect, that he procured the
"stuff ' of a triend from Boston.
The leath of Judge Baldwin last
We ilnesday noon was unexpected, as the
.lay before he was walking abont as usual.
Me was -ick but a few hours. The funeral
services were held at the house of Mrs.
Charles It ied Friday. The burial was
with Mi-oniu rites. Sunday there were
memorial services at tho church of the
Mes-iah, Mr. Wright preaching from the
tex'. "He that followeth after righteous
ness and mercy findutli life, righteousness
Extensive repairs are now being made
on the Union school house. All the rooms
are io ho newly plastered, new floors are
to be laid and now desks and seats of a
l ir.'er -ize are to be put into the lower
iirale of rooms. A chemical laboratory
i tub-put in and also ventilating pipes
le.iilin:; from till the rooms. Twelve new
water closets are to be put into the base
ments and the floors laid with marble tile,
and liie sheds in the rear are to be remov
!. (ieorge H. Guernsey made the plans
fur the changes, ami Mr. H. B. Woodward
i- to have charge of the work. The i sti
tune of ih.) whole cost is about two thou-s-ui'l
live hundred dollars.
Ahum 10:1)0 o'clock on Thursday night
of la-t week the slaughter house of W L.
''!l tn I, situated on the hill above North
atrivt, wis ilisove.red to be on fire, but
too late to in ike. any attempt at trying to
'e it. Tlie police prevented a general
alm iu from i,L.jng giv(.n, ll9 the fire depart
ment conh 1 he of no assistance, it being
s" I troll' loose living near arrived in
lime to save twenty hogs and eight pigs
which were underneath. The building,
w.'li was new, with all of its contents,
was a total loss, amounting to about $1200,
which there was an insurance ol $466
ln ill" Vermont Mutual, besides a small
"i-nr.in.-e on about $90 worth of tools
-liieh we,-,, burned. About five tons of
'"' 'ere in ,,no end of the building,
'"Win of the lire is unknown.
s' Hi Wooi.m-KY. Mrs. Albert Burn
" "'i m l I h.-ron Conner, who have been
lek, are now lllinrnvino'
'be raspberry harvest
has been quite
Year, as manv n fieven
'""'Ireil pounds having been picked some
'obn Lince of New Hampshire, but
y of Cabot, Vt., is now with his
14. ibert Lance, at this place,
"lamin was very much over-
V the heat
w '', and had to have a dootor called.
' -onio lictter now.
I) miel (1 ,.u fe from s IoR(j of nay
'i-t Kriday, while at work for Hiram
""' disloca!. d a shoulder, but it
",!'n r', placed and he is doing well,
fiiik Wheeler is in town visiting rela
u" niter an absence of two years. His
"'"U" is now in Chicago, where he is
'f eline niclicine ami has a good position,
a erv heavy tliundor shower passed
' In- vicinity last Saturday, aocompa
bv a heavy wind, and hail stones of
, ",lz" f('H- The roads were washed
line oadly in somo paces.
miit Meetlns Notice.
Thp managers of the Central Vermont
s""p "'""ting association have made sub
mtially the same arrangements with the
fuels for carrying passengers this year
m former years. Camp meeting tick
'will he f0,. 9Hie Rt ftn ,he stations be
Waterbury and South Royalton.
80 t Harro. Every one should ask for
"wmp meeting ticket.
I u A Beako, Secretary.
The WomW. Christian Temperano,
urangeana Washington coun-
ties met in the Congregational church at
w nanuolpn, August 4th.
me exercises of the day opeued with a
service of prayer, led by Mrs. Waite of
At 10:3ft .1 .
vin m convention was
calle.1 to order by Mr. S. Howard of
tvinil.lpB,vice president of Orarnrnnas.ni..
Prayer was offered bv Rev. Mr. Fr.r.
The chair appointed Mrs. J. R Snoo,
oi .uontpeher as s.icret iry of the conven
tion. Mrs. Forrest of Randolph and Mrs.
lewfcsbory of West Randolph as
committee on credentials, who reported
ilw r..n..T j ...
. .v...un, unuieu neiegates present:
Woman's Christian Temperance Union.
Cabot-Mrs. B. P. Elmer, Miss Gertie
Wiswell; Montpelier Miss I,.- J. Brad
shaw, president. Mrs. L. L. Durant. secre
ury, Mrs. W. N. Peck, Mrs. A. L. Carl
ton. Mrs. W. H. Hunt, Mrs. D L. Fuller.
Mrs. J. R. Seaver; Randolph Mrs. 8. H.
Forrest, Mrs. S. Howard; West Randolph
Mrs. A. B. Tewksbury, Mrs. C. O
Mandish, Mrs. W. Gay. Mrs. M A. Minn,
Mrs. Ames Young Woman's Union!
Montpelier Miss Lizzie Cummins, presi
dent, Miss Carrie Witt, secretary. Miss
Josie Gill. Silver Spray Social Temple,
Montpelier Miss C. T. Hirgin. Friend
ship Social Temple, Berlin Mrs. J. W.
Kendall, Montpelier. Good Templars,
Capitol Lodge, Montpelier Mrs Co is.
Hathaway, Miss A. B. Slack; Sharon
Mrs. A. O. Willcy; West Randolph Miss
M. lillson. Congregation il Church,
Brook field Mrs. Wm. Wheatlev. Miaa
Gertrude Allls; Congregational church,
hast Hrnintree Mrs. J. A. French, Mrs.
C. J. Holden; M. E. church, Chelsea,
Mrs. u. M. Webster, Mrs. L. A. Thorn,
Mrs. hdson Allen, Miss S. Ada Hall.
A most earnest Christian welcome,
warm from the heart, was extended by
Mrs. C O. Standish of West Randolph,
and was responded to in a happy manner
by Mrs. L. L. Durant of Montpelier.
Reports of work from the societies rep.
resented were listened to with interest.
The young woman's Christian temper
ince union of Montpelier, the first organi
zatlon of the kind in the state, contributed
largely to the interest of the convention
and much hope for the future is built upon
the efforts of the young women of our
The reports of county work, given by
the vioe presidents of Orange and Wash
ington counties, Mrs. S. Howard and Mrs.
D. L. Fuller, showed that the ladies had
been diligent in the discharge of the duties
of their office.
was received from Mrs. J.
Kinsman of Alburgh, vice president of
On motion of Miss L. J. Bradshaw.
voted that greeting, "n. Thess. 2:16, 17,"
be sent Miss Anna C. Park, president of
the woman's Christian temperance union
of Vermont, who was detained from at
tending the convention on account of ill
ness. Mrs. Durant, Mrs. Willey and Mrs.
Mann were appointed committee on reso
lutions and presented the following, which
were duly accepted :
Whereas, At the assembling of tho
woman's Christian temperance unions of
Washington and Urange counties the
present date, eager to use every effort to
ilevise tne oest possirjle ways ol suppress
ing this first and most potent of all evils.
Jfcsotved, 1 hat we renew our pledge to
more zealously labor in all places, aud
prayerfully watch all opportunities where
by we may exert an influence in its behalf
Jiesutved, lhat we extend the hand of
fellowship to all persons who bv word or
deed sympathize in our endeavors, without
regard to name.
Resolved, That we return sincerest
thanks to residents of this village for the
cordial welcome they have given us In the
church and their homes, while we also
unite with them in thanks to any and all
who have lent their aid especially to the
Central Vermont and Montpelier & Wells
River railroads in making this conven
tion a pleasant as well as profitable occa
sion. At TEKNOON SESSION.
Service of prayer led by Mrs. Fuller.
The opening of the oonvention was fol
lowed by remarks from Rev. Mr. Covill of
Roxbury.Rev. Mr. Goodell of West Rand
olph and Mrs. E. G. Greene, state secreta
ry, who also had charge of the children's
hour, at which time the members of the
West Randolph juvenile temple gave en
tertaining recitations and sang temperance
songs to tne delignt ot tho audience.
Short addresses by Mrs. Greene and
Mrs. Barney were made to the children.
A recitation was given by Miss Mabel
Smith ot West Randolph. Very able
essays were read by Miss Josie Gill, sub
ject, lntemperanoe Unnatural; by Miss
Lizzie Cummins on the essential evil of
intemperance, its causes and the means or
its prevention; by Miss Gertrude Allis
inspiring ail to consecrate themselves
anew to this temperance work.
The question box was very well filled
and a few of the questions discussed at
The evening address by Mrs. J. K.
Barney of Providence, R. I., national su
perintendent of prison and jail work, was
highly appreciated by all who heard it.
Deep earnestness is manifested in every
word she utteis. The truths she brings to
others have taken deep root in the sub-soil
of her own soul, and thus the attention of
the most careless listner is at once riveted.
It is to be hoped her words will help to
quicken the interest in temperance work
in this vicinity.
Bradford. Every one rejoiced Saturday
to see the gentle rain falling, to refresh
our parched soil and withering crops.
We are pleased to notice upon our
streets, among other familiar faces, those
of the wife and s in (Phil) ofO . Gimbell,
Esq., of Troy, N. Y.
Wednesday the Congregational society
and Sabbath school spent the day in the
beautiful grove at the south end of Fairlee
pond. They report a " good time."
We should judge by the many strange
faces we meet npon our streets that our
quiet but pleasant village has many at
tractions for the summer tourists.
C. H. Mann and wife left Thursday
morning for Claremont, N. H. Mr. Mann
goes to bury a slater Mrs. William Jones.
They propose to spend a few days visiting
relatives and friends at their old home.
Monday evening the ladies' aid connect
ed with the M. E. church held a " Tent
Sociable," at the pleasant home of D. K.
Cnnitnings & Son. The grounds were
beautifully illuminated with Chinese lan
terns, etc. All seemed to enfoy the occa
sion. Have another " Ado "we will all
0. H. Curtis, accompanied by his wife,
our most fashionable and accomplished
milliner, started early Monday morning
for Rye Beach, where they are to ,ped .
tT d'"llD Plnt recrea
They will find quite a large delega
'or. of Bradfordite. there in lv.no. f
", - ana more to follow."
While our farmers hid a great .mount
or rault finding to do about the dry
weather the first Dart of lha i,.,.,k j
wshed, if not prayed, for rain they now
are fully much out of patience on ac
ownt of the continued poor weather for
haying- Whea wi
Creator?1 "' f Ur Wise
At the last meeting nr ih .r ,.
the following officer, were elected, presi
dent, J. B. Peckett; vice president. Kev.
Allen Clark. R,. t P v i
Thurber; executive committee. Miss C. E.
Strickland. Mrs. E. A. Barrett, Mrs. J. N.
Brock; seeretarv and trut,irr 7 L'
Osborne; chaplains. Rev. T. P. Frost and
Rev. Allen Clark.
Sunday last there beinar no servi .t ih
Congregational ehnroh ii, r...u.j:..
house was filled to overflowin?. Thn n.
tor gave us one of his excellent sermons,
from the one hundred and third pi,
thirteenth verte. The audience g ive ihe
closest attention all through the sermon.
with evident satisfaction. We noil ih.
Sabbath school seems to be in a flourish-
ing eondmon. The genial superintend
ent, Bro. Lyman J. Heath, seems to
give good satisfaction to tho school. We
miss the class in the orchestra, and
wonder what has become of It; possibly
t may have retired to some less conspicu
We were not a little amused last Sunday
to notice the surprise manifested bv the
congregation that gathered In tho M. E.
church as thoy passed into the audience
room, to see the room darkened by the
sdades that had been hung at the windows
during the week. Some whose seats were
upon the sunny side of the house smiled
with evident satisfaction, while others,
more remote from the rays of the hot sun,
seemed perfectly disgusted with the "hor
rid" appearance of our new and beautiful
churo i, window-shades in a church of the
present day of ground glass, scemiug
altogether too ancient. One is reminded
of days of old, when our church windows
consisted of about four dozens of lights of
seven by nine glass. Then it seemed very
appropriate to hang shades to soften the
rays of a noonday sun. To-day it would
seem more appropriate to be cautious in
selecting glass lo obtain that which will
not admit so much daylight as to require
it to be hidden by window-shades.
Cambridgeport. Rev. W. R. Daven
port has gone to St. Albans Bay for a
vacation ; consequently there will be no
preaching in the morning for the next two
Witherell Brothers' pavilion will visit
us next Saturday evening, in form of a first
We are proud to announce that Cam
bridgeport is headquarters of a newspaper
the name of which is the Peoples' Monthly.,
Chelsea. Tho great rain of the season
came on Sunday, the 7th, causing a freshet
that flooded the low meadows.
The fall term of Chelsea academy will
bo opened on Tuesday, August 30th, under
the supervision of Elbridge V. Goodhue.
While Daniel Burnham was mowing re
cently with a yoke of oxen, one of the oxen
became entangled in the machine, and was
very seriously injured by having the cords
of both hind legs badly cut by the scythe.
H. L. Bixbv has invented a novel and
simple machine for fanning himself while
sitting and at work at his trade. It an
swers an excellent purpose also in prevent
ing the annoyance of the troublosome flics
while he is at work. It is workod by one
foot and a treddle.
Eugene K. Sanborn, only son of L. H.
Sanborn, returned last Saturday on a visit
to his parents and other friends, after a
residence of ten years in the western
The young people's mission circle gavo
an entertainment at the Congrational ves
try on Friday evening, August 5, consist
ing of songs, readings and recitations all
selected from Whittter's poems. Ice
cream was served after the literary enter
tainment. The women's foreign missionery society
held a meeting at the Methodist parsonage
on Saturday, August 6.
A rain and hail storm with violent wind
passed over the town August 2, prostrating
many forest and fruit trees. The storm
was accompaniod by fearful thunder and
Rev. E. E Herriek and Rev. H. Webster
exchanged pulpits last Sabbath forenoon.
Rev. Frank Hatch of Hartford, Ct., ar
rived in town a few days ago.
Bellows Falls. Quarterly meeting
will be held at the M. E. church next
John Slattery, an employe in tho Kail
Mountain piper mill, had two lingers
taken off by getting them caught between
the calenders of a paper machine.
A temperance concert held at the M.
E. church, Sunday evening, was well
attended and enjoyed by all. The little
temperance lectures by the children were
good, and the singing was excellent.
Tho frequent showers of the past week
have done a great deal of good in this sec
lion. The little rise of the river was a
grand thing lor the logmen. Tticy ran
through the Fall some twenty or twenty
five million feet of logs in six days. The
frequent jams under the bridges were
blasted out with rendrock, with less dan
ger to the men than when they were pick
ed out. There were some hundred and
fifty logmen here and they were a quiet
and peaceable set.
As a sure remedy for Sick Headache,
Sour Stomach. Dyspepsia, Indigostion,
Constipation, Torpid Liver, Biliousness,
etc., no medicine is equal to Dr. Baxter's
Mandrake Bitters. N. H. Downs' Elixir
Is the oldest and best cough remedy in ex
istence. Bruises, scalds, burns, sprains
cuts, etc., either on man or beast, are
speedily cured by the use of Henry & John
son's Arnica and Oil Liniment.
It is ticklish business that of publishing
a paper in Russia. The Qoloa, Russia's
Iwst know newspaper, has been by order
of the government, suspended for six
nionthis for having exceeded propriety in
critioislng the conduct of the prince of
Bulgaria and General Ernroth tMuLin ex
posing the disorder existing on board
Russian men-of-war on foreign stations.
The remarkable results lu a disease so
universal mid with such a variety of
characteristics as Catarrh, prove how
effectually Hood's Harsaparllla acting
through the blood, reaches every part of
the human system. A medicine, like
anything else, can be fairly judged only
by its results. We point with pride to
the glorious record Hood's Sarsaparilla
lias entered upon the hearts of thousands
cat people it has cured of catarrh.
Ana irtve mttrQMw to .f.
Makirirf tbecfifk witli aiufinxb pais,
A mid tbe flr-rre iuterui stntt:
Tbro .Nuiord'fl nifr n.MtbM the palo,
AUti Wlillltr UtNaUtl Ujkg Uf WklU,
The St. Johnsbury district camp meet
ing will be held at Lvndonviile, Vl , com
meuting Aug an.i closing Aug. 27.
Go for the whole week, ami put In full
work all the time. Go prepared. Waste
no time in gating ready. Send on one or
two lo fit up Ihe ittasifiy lent bclorehaiul.
The paslor wiil do well m give timely no
lice of camp meeting in pulpit, prayer
meeting and class meeting. Bring some
money with you lo meet current expenses.
Uniled effort, with t e divine blessing,
will make the meeting a succes-s.
A district steward's meeting will lie he'd
U the camp greund Aug. 23, at 9 o'clock
If any brother wants more Conference
Minutes than received, write to me imme
diately. W. D. Malcom. P. E.
Keep it on Hand. No Farmer or
teamster should be without Henry anal
Johnston's ArrsU'u nutl Oil Llui-
uif nt. It is invaluable in cases of hurts
either on man or beast.
Singers and Public Speakers should use
Dowi's' Elixir, as it removes hoarseness
and increases Ihe power of the voice.
If you iltisire rosy cheeks and a fair com -plexion,
purify the blool by the use of
Bailer's mandrake Bitters.
Tamarack Hitters is not a wlnakur. but a vegetable
tuuic. lluttt lu ute at (J. JiUkelj 'a.
Tamarack Bittern the climax of tonlci
tf reat vetfe-
iuiu hul-iuc, ai u. uiaaeiy 'a.
.Tamarack llittera will cure all malarial disease
MaflcL.timhanooiiul for pain, internal or ex
"'"irim uainsaer win mtiKetlie liair if row; itn rmita
Tamarack Bitters are a amirce of comfort to rn
DyB'eptu AtO. liLakuly'a.
Mafi(! Iuthin li atmad nt All mumtntllinn hawtiaAi
the bust. At J. UlakelyV
DaudniiT Banishercoataiua uo tniueral
paration.at C Uiakely's.
A fine pre-
Tamarack lfittera enre Drapeuaia,
Plls, &c. .Sold by (J. Hlakely.
Cream of IV-auty bauishea pimples, blotches, specka
Cream of Beauty Is a marvel of purity, delicately
pertuiued. Hold by 0. lilakely.
Cream of Beauty. It is charmiuK, barmleaa aud de-
itfunui. ai yj, uiaaeiy a.
Dandruff Baniaher preveuts the hair from fallina'.
Sold by O. lilakely.
Tamarack Bittera make the weak stromc and the
i,ruuK uappy. nuiu uj j uiaaeiy.
Tamarack Bitters, tlie IvMt Veetable Bitters in the
world. Sold by U. Ulakely.
C1KEAM OF BKAtTTY.-A delicate charminir appH
J caiiuu, which bamshoa all iiidnntatiotiH, furrows,
Hears, tan trecklea mid liiscobirnrninu Irani tha DL-i
leaviinritsdelitratetexti.ro clear, velvety and smootb
l bis (Treat discovery tor the ladiea' toilet in destined to
I'.reate a r reater adinirutiun ot umn mul m inirhcr nm.
bit lOll Of WOlliail tllUllHil IlinitrtH Hiinilni-eil oino i.i.ou
tion. Thin really ctiarmiuif aud hartuluaa Miift prep
aration but recently bt-eu introduced, yet over one
nuiuou lauies nave xesieu lta iiiau-ical effects, not one
of whom could bsi induced to diMpeuau with its use
Marion's Cream of Beauty is sold by druggists. Try
it- (treat Hale al C. blakely's.
deliifh'fnl and wonderful
Warrilllteil to xnnprHi.il. nil
remedy, desitrued am warrantt
Dam-relieviiof Uafeuts vet ilim-ovurl Tl.m (a
strnuK lauuruaiffl, but no more utroutf thau true. Matric
ijouuu in uuiiruiy uine.reiu iromauy lotion, Uuiment,
pain-killer, or other compound for reiiet of pain in
the whole world, aud ib porfectly barrulesa for the in
fant aud tlie acd. iti'. cooliiikf and ifrateful totU
biirniutf brow, tlirobbiiiK' temples, and fever-parched
riyttteru. Matfic Lotion will bamalt paiu aud allay iu
ilauim.itinn more rapidly than any curative compound
m this or any other country. Sold by C. lilakely.
Man-fral Catarrh Expell -r. -Catarrh la reeoirnized as
tlie most uuiversa, ilisatrreeable and dinKUHtiuif
iliseaoe known to the human rm:a. aiwI tlm nrloria in
cure it have been mostly fruitless. The more tlie vic
tim of this loathsome disease has snuffed, washed, del
uded, tfarfled and tfaifed over the iiaiHeatnitr, sinart-
illkf ami bllrtterillli ett'ectrl ot the Wond.Ttiil i'un.11 Hilar-
ed for the cure of catarrh, the more discouraged and
tliaifitKted be lecoiues. tha disease enntiiiiiinir its rav.
'tKes until hia breath becomes so oifensive that bis
nearest triends avoid him. ami he m-e-t ilitimri v Ua.
fore him the tfhost ot consumption. But, dear triend.
cheer up, there is hope ior you. Use Osborne's Catarrh
,peucr accuruiutr io uirectioiis.
Sold byC. UhAKKLY.
Ml3yl Nu. 4 state-street. Mo ntpelier, Vt.
Letter! tTn railed tor at tlnnrnrllcr Vt. I'o-tt
OlNre, AtiKUHt.ti, I -SHI.
fir To obtain these letters persons must give the
Ladies.-Mtb. MattieL. Scribner.
Gentlemen. Joseph Jacobs, (John Laport, Peter
Ryan, Thomas White.
In Mmitneller. An. 6. hv Itov. D. K. Miller. HTtnv
A. YOi:.SJaud Miss MAY U. PATI'IE, both of Moui-
In Thetford r-nter.Jiilv lfi. by Rev. E. W. Culver.
Mr. JOHN (J. UKItltV. of 1) tou. Mmh . mil Mihh
n Sutton. June 21 hv lev I). Lewia.Mr. T.KHr.TP. f
BEUitY and Miss OL All A K.UUAKK, both of Sutton.
In H llaud. at w M. V, onr ci ir ..nlvl? bv Rev.
W. 8. Jeuuo, Mr. KDWMiD II. HATCH KLDEH, of
.norr;iU, una .hiss f rxi t, u. HMilll.ol liuliaud.
In Union Village, Julv it, nt the M. K . parsnuaifp , bv
Rev. C. P. Fiiiinlera. tr. MI'.I.VtV A WIl.HilT .if
iiietiora, ana .ii8s A.?iifc. . .hauluuk, of Lyme,
Ill East Montpelier. AiiiriiMt 7. of cholera mnrhua
mCNUV CUMMIN'S, aved M years.
At this office, a smart, active and intelliweut boy, not
afraid of work, and accustomed to the care of cattle,
and to doinv chorea about the bouse, to learn the
printer's traile and to do chores the first year.
Write or apply ut this office, to
H. tt.WHKKLOCK.Mnntpeller, Vt.
Ti noil the I.ifa of
Full and aisrnrateani'iinnt t.i ilalo, Inclu.llin tbe at
teinptml assiis.siiiiai.jii. luteusoly Interstiiitf. Kteel
portrait Well illustratn.l. I l.-rlalli t.) soli Inimeiisel y.
Irrimliheml. o.ullt nrrt cs rs A.l lress iiumcal
atdv. (J. H. UUCKHU.I. si;.).,
KMilwl ureal .louea St., N, Y.
Sows Grain, Grass Seed.
nemp, nice, Everything.
No man can do it so well by hand.
It does the work of 6 men.
It has stood tho test of years. Re
ceiyed First Premium at 21 State
E ,1. year9 Good flubstantial,
Keliable Machine, warranted to do all
that is claimed for it.
Price only $6,00.
Bend stamp for descriptive circular.
R. H. Allen & Co., Agents,
ts t ... New York.
V. Lakdreth & Son, Agents,
ANTRIM, N. H.,
OKNT8 WANTED for the Best aurl Fanrat-Holllnir
J'lrtoral B..oa and l!il.l,.. I'ri. ci redncLl "l i
it, National Publ.al.liin- Co.. I'hiia" ' maima
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('r, J W.lnutC.... K(!!
o.ir lll.i.lru.,IC.UI.,,u.. t
teu the ..iri l,.r d mik,
yiLLIAM C. DURKEE'S ESTATE.
Tlie nndorriiirned havinsr been appoiuted by the
Honorable Probate Court forth Diatrlciof WnHhiilt,.
ton.CoininiH'ionprs.to receive, examine, and adjust all i
claims and deniandsof all peraoiiK. aKalnat the entt i
of William C. Imrkee, late of Harre, in said District
deceased, and all claims exhibited in oflMet thereto
hereby irive notice that w will meet for the pur-
fiosea aforesaid, at the dwelling honne of Mrg. Kmina '
urkee, on the 3d day of He-ptcmhor, aud Slat day of !
Deceinlier next, from one o'clock p. m. until five
o'clock P. H.. each of said days, and that six month a i
from the ith day of July, A. 1. I mm, Ik the time I
nmiieu ity aaiu uoiirt ior aid cretiitora to preaent
their claim to ua for examination aud allowance.
Dated at Barre, thin 8th day of Aiiffuat, A. D. 1881.
W 0 WHITE 1
HM O. B.'btiVCli,'! Commlaiioneri.
xv. o.w-w-..V'.v '..w . t if : am
d. rutmi.-newi'ii, htiJtii,'
il- Tr .pl al L,..,f .
and lit it IMtst IVK
aiir liiuio tn the l.iwf-r imrt of the botv-f'ir Torm'I
I.iyer -ll-aUr,,f- .1;iuinlif -Dizim-ns, mvel. Mal
aria. muUlh.UirdinVnHi..n i.f thf Kulneva, I.ivrr. and
I rm.'ry Oriraiw. F..r FKMVLE IMSEVSKS, Moiitlily
MeiiHtniatwMi., and .lurinir l'r.'iriian.'v. it haa Dnetiual.
It rest t1'p?r-fs,.,B..th.,t umke th ht md. and hence
IH the !.( rtLDOl. ITUIKIKIt. it i Hm mill- Ir.inurr.
remedy that cures nilKIH T'S DISK -HK For Dia
betes, line WAItN Klt'S SAFE IrItl'TI-W miUK
F r Sali- hv lru.r.r.arri and Ui-alerttat $Ufi per bottle
H. II. W . H N K It k CO. , Rochstfb, N . Y.
MEDAL AWARDED THE AUTHOR,
A new tt iTTt Mdi-aJ Work,
warrant ell thn Lnwtud ohnap
Mt, in.lmpertwfltile to Bwrj
mm, entitled "the Science o
Ijfe," bound in tineet Frenrl,
piWM.c'ontninn beautiful Xleel
erfrrnrufP. I2S prescript irma,
price i.my $1 iSeant by mail;
illnstrnti'd snmple,6c. : eend
n-.w. Address Heibodj Mrdi
cnl in-fitntnnr llrWII
tin THVKHf KEB.iNo.4ilulnii:tiatBgeWa.
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I ' . ..l iA. i-
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PIANOS & !
HOLD OX INSTALLMENT
:id aliipiKMi to all parts of the
tuntry. Plilt'KS LOW and
terms of payment ean'. Send
fur riitiilrwim Ul)IM(sP Wit
TKKS k t.'O., Manufacturers aud Dealers. KJti Broad
way, New lork. 3Uwl
Impure water, unhealthy climate, unripe fruit, un
wholesome f.nn, cramps, chills, malaria, exceBaive
heat and the thousand and one Pltn that beset ihe
traveler or i.miily are uothimf tn thoap fortified and
unstained by the un of K vNt'onii'x Uixokh. "Tlie
delicious," Asa beverage it ipi.-m-hfR thirst, opens
the pores, ri-lieve the head, regulates the stf.mach md
lmwi-ls. ernrlicatesacraviinf tor iutoxicanta and im
parts i.i'w lite to the languid, c:ireworn, overworked
be asKood. A,-k lor Sankouk's (H.m.kr and take no
nervoua and a cen ess. nunn. of iniiiati.j.,0 ai.t tn
Wkkkb Pottkh, Boston.
BY THE L'NDEIISIUNED, AT HIS
HEAD OK STATE STItEE,
.IO "7'KA.K, - - rKl lOAT,
CSO. W. WILDER.
(oursc f Niuily KeviHrd.
FIRHT YEA It PKKPAlUTOItY: SECOND YEAR
The fall term betrina tlm first Tuesday in September.
;lr.:ulara will be mailed July 4. Send for one.
EtnVAKD CON ANT. principal.
W. C. Cnii'PKN, vlce-.ritr.'lial.:
Johnson, Vt., June, HH. FM37yl
"ACTIVE AGENTS, Btadti
flu A IPG r Herbert W. Morrii, D.D.
i II h dX7aXt3 Author of Science and tke B,!.U,rte.
A t.rntiil Arr:ij of Imcei, AI1. Witneniri Dd Recurdi,
frt.m Historr, Ssmrsl Sriciicc. UoJitd R srch anil Everj
l.nrtiiH'nt ot Hiinina Knuwle-lirp. Rrtommtndtd by tht Preu
ami Lmding rtcryy of alt Iitn-imtnationt. A Uajnii flceti I Vol
ume Suited to th Titnp. Cru Trf. Fine lllmtrnlont,
I'apr and Rtn-lint. Stilt Ripidlf and AgenU Kuily Clear
tntt to 1 100 prr manlh. Seri'l for l-riptlon nd Termi to
J. C. McCURD Y & CO., fiaila., fa.
VJ f. UTCii TO K1.1. IO Ni.1V PA.
slIKH I LU i l
'NTS. Evnivss huh:.
I'JllO AcCIlt IliaslO ft:,'..r,(i i:i tftnil:.v:C
"anothfr.e32 in tine (lav. Thy it. l)'(v
tiivp. Sole Anenni t.f Town or County. -Stud
fl cts. f..r 'Jiio imcra. f
EPHRAIM BROWN, Lowell, Mass.V
iKt t'leiiRiint and nrnflfahlA Inn
Even thin. new. ;apitiil not required. Wi
will furnish yon everj tiiiiiK. Hi a day and
'.!.. 'irdH in easily inudo without stai inw away
lr"iu Jionie over niwht. No risk whatever.
,l;iuv new workern wanted at once. Manv are
,i j . k 1 1 1 r lortuiif h at the biirtinens. Ladi- uuike
. 'Jo on.' who is willing to work tailBto m.ike more
neyi-M ry dav tda.i van le inado in a week at uuy
1 imirv pi::'Uj iti en t. 'I hose who entrnre hi nnm wtfi
i nii'o. iinii vooiiaT onvs anil afiris hiau u-n.!
niiMHni.,riPi.unn lortuno. AUuro n. hai.lktt A
. I. .1 i
HAVE BEEN IMITATED,
And their excellent reputation in
jured by worthless imitations. The
Public are cautioned against buy
ing Plasters having similar sound
ing names. Seo that the word
C-A-P-C I-1T-E is corrooUy spelled.
Are the only improvement ever
made in Plasters.
One is worth more than a dozen
of any other kind.
Will positively euro whore other
remedies will not even relieve.
Price 25 cents.
Beware of cheap Plasters made
with lead poisons.
SEABURY A JOHNSON,
Manufacturing Cliemiata, New York.
AHi itK iii:iii:uv at i.AsT. 'PtiSWrif.
MEAD'S Madlcatud CORN and BUNION PLASTER.
- . U II ' I 111
14 s it m i v
B I 1 -vllf
f MM i
I biMun Mi-MI Hi CO. f
KIDNEIfEN is hlsrlllv rconiiiiiiinilrrl
P , ' " jJJLP11!'11 11111 1
KIDNEYS. DROPSY, CIUVEl,. HUI'illT'S DISEASE, LOSS or EXERflv'
NERVOUS DEBILITY, or Knv OUSTRIJCTIONS. nmin.r f,, KIHVPV r Kins'
DEK DISEASES. Also for HI.OOD iin.l
HT Rvthe rt.HHHntl.iti rtf
FOUR SIT I.F V urltla
red KIDNKGKN, which a-ts me.-ihrally ,m the
aildr and a
, Htraiiilinr. Humrtinif heat or irritation
eniiHinif healthv en or ainl e:isv now ol orm. it
tLf svsteiu. Unlike uny other preparation for Kidm-v
and flaor. It containa'pin
WOTirF.-E;ich labcsl hits the Si-'nuliiro
bottle hns a Government Reoenne Stump (with our nnme.l which permits KIDNEGEN
to be sold as a Proprietary Hrticle, (williout license) by I)rnist9, Grocers and othet
PUT UP IX QUART SIZE BOTTLES FOR GENKRvL AM) FAMILY USR.
ell S io ydo"u. SSwaS K VViVa." 'mi " ""Ul6:S"'1 VnmPmi!t' ,,r"a,li l tUe nMm,t El
LAWRENCE & MARTIM, CiTtfflMVr r,
SOLD IN MO.NTFELIF.I1BY
FRA.NK H. E A.SCOM & CO.
imsbs new method piBLE REVISION
P 7M SSi K3I
Thin wondcrlnllv rtnccensfut hook still nulla Inrnit-
year after year, at id hmchh tn he a permanent success.'
rramremeuts o irooil lti-ed ()rifiin Muic. iici-'omit for
ioa Itimrnctiv course, verv Hue se eetions iul
he lavor in whlcli it is held. Price, 4U.&J.
IN PHE4H AND NEAiiLY HEADY :
a now book for Choirs.
a new book for Singing Schools
i new hook of Trios for Female j
Voices. ----- I
Awatfur OnrHKHTnAri should send for Winner'
Band of Four (Al.iw), with music for four or nix iustru-
i enta, or tjfl. I NTET Ulu;HKSTltA (5 bo'.ks, each
THENEw0rKnAH.-OUVETTE(5(tcts.): THE MVS
CO I' (fil.ir); HILI.KE TAYLOIt iSlcfn.); an- irivon
everywhere. Erne editiouu, aud wonderfully cheap.
OLIVER PITSON & CO., Boston.
Boston anil New Jersey Brands
Cotton and Ilemn.
LUCE LEATHER j
Glass & Paints.
FULLER & S(W'S.
D. h. FULT-EK & SON.
WANTF.n ai mmLmm
Agents f0r tbe W -U IJ C. IV
Or, l.iciMT on ttt
Sr-biol U'l.'li'r. Htu.li-ntH, Youiit Men aid l,mlicn
Ufttnir aa aifeut for tliin tjixilt are makiiivr over ijtiwi a
month. Sells fat. One aj-ciit soUl 71 lirnt 15 davs;
mother 4ti in 8 il iv; auothir II m one dav; another 15
ati.lf Bibli! in 5 l iv. Sm-nr. territory quirk. Also
Bffcn's wniitfd fur tlio liat Illtntraied ItovUeil New
Ii'stauiPiit. and lur tlm rtunst fiinily llihltiH. Heud
for i-irriilr iinH SampV Casfes.
P. W. ZKIULKU &(!).. Hi,'). XrobHt. Philadelphia. I'a
li. H. DOWNS'
is a sure cure for Coughs, Colds,
Whooping-Cough, and all Lung
Disease., when taken in season.
People die of consumption aimp
lv because of neglect, when the
t iiielj. use ol this remedy would
have cured them at once.
Fitly-one yeart of con
stant use proves the fact that no
cough remedy haa stood the test
like H o tens' Elixir.
Fncl 'Abe. 60c and 11 .1 u par boltlft,
for Bftlr Krery wli.r..
1 Dr. Baxter's Mandrake
Will cure Jaundice, Dyspepsia,
Liver Compluinu, Indigestion,
I and all dtseimes arising from Hil-
ousness fnce a cts. per bottle.
IIIONKV & JUII.VSOIS'S
ARNICA AND OIL
For wflan aud Bea9
pThe most perfect liniment ever
i compounded. Price 25c. and 50c.
I tit rt n it "ir t " 1- 1 1 in ii 1 ii 1 tfl
DC ATI Vi8..0RlN8 17 stops, s
tit R I ! I s,"! '"'I'l':" riwIaimJTx'HS
I Inalan, ,M. J
f Arrnl VTnntKl for the rirlnrln! S",
t.l.i. 4?r llluatratfona. Manv new Usaturea, S'lUtoall
H .... i..w in prli'HOnlv $S.T6.) y.xuirrt,,
UAhUi.TttUN 4Co ttM.4th&t.,i'ltjliidel'ft, t.
m. . aw av r w . i n m $ . - - -jn .a
m ESI -OTlo
ii r-7t w .n i a u r . vj l m n r rv i j : - .
JOHNSON, ClAHK & CO.,
Oi arifrn. Mass.
and iiniirniin.l f.,r VI.a If ,.- IVWTl
KIDNEY I'OISONIXr. in infcnte.1 m:',ll
TTTVTIllTIr llnn.na ...I it . nr u . r m . ,
Kidnp'vH and T'rinarvMrriiTis. rein'.viiiir' len'Mi.ta n,
m the wntnr pans;neen. tfivintr them Htrtnirtli vnr
' ,B', " " '-iiioao'M wnnniii iiilnrv lo
Ities, it tins u very plkasan r and (.kkkahi,k taatp
and will not nu'xkAtk. Laiuki espkcially will like it
ueveraKe lor ita purpose ever iirJed!
of LAWRENCE & MARTI. nnH .nh
columns. The lu st aiid b'H!."U iilustri...i ...i- T. i
Il ll n ilirlhi i nm V...v Vatl....- i.. .
I,,,, i. " . l i ., "l i'"U"e re wan,
i f . Vi ' l,VL11.l me imperii
..-i.. . ..i liner r.r tillUOS, thai tin
C'liitJiiiis lOO tini'finrrai incson nt
copy you bur
tiieo.il . iriretypi. contrasted edition, and Ay. nt
ar' (-0111111 if money wl iintr it . AlrKNTs H ANXEli
fur circulars and etni terms. Aihlre
Aatiunal I'LBLiamso fo. PhiludvlpUla, Pa,
II. P. HIDEOUT-
First Class Furniture of
My Best Bureau Sets for $20.00.
And Dressing Case Sets for $25,
1 niaUemy own furniture, and my irooda are
In every particular.
H. P. RIDEOUT,
East Woodbury, Vt.
The Comparntlv Edition of the
REVISED NEW TESTAMENT
11 ON 1. 1
ull cextuf " K inn Jamc"nd ' TirTid"
'.rai.ina m imrilirl tulumn. Free from
rnrs w hich ri-ndrr juany rppnnts
f. Clianiros hn t a rlmce. Only
hip honk requlrfd. STfn Tinn. Sav.-I
-r. I n-niri-ii Accurai'j . Hi res Satiif:ir-
tion. Needed hv all .U: ft
..im-lv Hnnri-i Fn.irStvl-
Sell. AOUST WNTri.
J. C. Met T KDV
l to., ruiiuUcpitiu, r.
. A Ir.
f t'y VS..'.i..ii:iakHrH. Hi il,:..-lfl. CirtM:
oitfiAV BEATTY piano
Kllf-'sWll. U.. Il'lt W f'lt'.l " I1 I I' llr-H.
I i. .. t , m ' .1 - v-' - fi fr.
a i .. -. r . i r r r i. T i ' . i .. . .-
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The Great I IPUT
KIUNK'S Patent ItfwtM frlr.
the Moot Ponvrrid. tl.s? (-,ft-. t,
i'heapi'nt an J id-ILtt Littit know a
f.tr Chiiri'hfi. Store. S-h-iw W iti'iow i.
Psrlnri. Hanks, iflu'e. Pii-titre Callcr-
K!intd.-Mct-4, S- 'l - of r..i m. (.;. t
irl St. N. Y.
I. 1'. 1
EaDfloliii Normal School !
FA tI. TRHM OPF.NH
AUGUST 23d, 1881.
And Cirriiliirs vlvitnr full Infurmntinii in rrtrard to
this srhool Bent to any ntif on application to
r'nr Lullei uiiU ijeiiilemetl lo Dike monej. The Ht-wttt
Unnfftt tunnK C-Jcifuiuy wiuta mi Apt-nt in evfry Cjimty
Iti tho I'Dttod SLaU's. to taktj theA(ttncy for the Klnjr'
Jrnti. 4 s-oinplt-u- reus in otip; Pmoothlnff. Olmpins
an l Fliitlitjc. Hnd ami Ulnwdng Iruit, lums verv liU
rrul. 1'rwflUi lurgi1 uiid ru lli mt'i'lly, ai every Uint!e- i
fc. .(.. t xsiiinn outi. b'xcluaive ty iTiUirr piTto to nimj.
id. h Mlihtni TIIK IIKWITT UAM FAV'lTUla
CO ill A.N V, ltK SOS, IMluburs 1'tu
NEW RICH BLOODI
Famous' Purgative Pills make New Kl-h
nioot), and will completely change the blood id
thecntiniBVHtem la three months. A 11 v person
who will take. 1 pill eaeh Difrlitfmm 1 to 1'2 weeks
may be restorel to Round heullh, if such a thing
he possible. Sent bv mail for 8 letter utamps.
. S. ,! v.NO.V A CO., JJoMlon, Ma,
formerly Jtanyor, JUc.
The GREATEST BOOK
OF MODERN TIMES!
THE HF.VlHKr EW TKTAMF.NT, that (treatwork
which h tjefii an vkoiisl.v lucked firnl lu tud aUaui ihli:b
to rounb ba tw n il nul wntivit. and upuu wbicta forty learned
and eminent fllvttipi have ubond tot inn jean, haa Jmt bpn pub
lished, ll li oonctte'l to t tin- inott Ini'Mirunl work of ttuidrrn
timet, and no gri-tt haa breii the hitereat exalted that the fir4
edition ot the Camtir kiltie aud tixftint I nlvertltiii. ol England, la
fiOO OOO onptca. It nill umlouhtedlv Hod Ita way into narlT every
fanillv ln the Kiielith tiM-aking aurld. I.tailftil clvrgjincu, like
Betschrr, Htorra, Hinia and other, predict tbat Id time It will
upvTMd. tlie tirewnt veriina. ami axtert that a reviatua of the
preaent New Testament waa urgt'iitlv nred-ii. Ix-eauw man? ol
tbe early manuacilti of the Scriiuurea, utikuoMii at the time the
preaent Trlon a made, have aluce come u light, and llkewiae
on aooouul of the niany ohangea tn tbe KugHh tanguage. t li
therefura to be eijx.tU'1 lhat much lvttr unlr Titanrtinn of lae
trusneanlnf of the Horipturaa oaii Im obtaiuwl q readlua ihe
itevlood New Teislanient.
VI'M'IAL OH" Kit -We will Had a oopy of the Rerlaed
New Ten lament (the g. mihie and only anthottied edit on, pub
lished by the Cambridge and Oiford Unlvcralt preinei of Kiik
laud, and every copr lH-ariuK tho ovrtilicate of the revhera ai to
Ita oorrMtoeaa), nandaomflr bound In Plralble Cloth
and prluted In eluar, bo J aud hautlaotue type, on One paper,
FREE to all who aeod 46 cent in rxwugr- atarnpa for a Nix
Month' auhacrlnUon to the Flrraldu at llorar?, a large and
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traced, deioixi to Choloa Llirrature. I'neful Knowladge. Romance,
Amuaeraenl, Afrlculmre, Faahinn, autl eryililn to amuae, en
tertain and iuatruot tbe whole family. In niher worcii, upon re
eelpt ot 46 cent we will aend the ruagatlnu for all man tha, and
aoofiT of the Keviaed New Teatanieut, free, aa a premium. Tbe
regular prioe of the magailne alone for alx mouth Ii60centa,bul
we milt tli t W vcr? llln-ral offer in ordfr lo Introduce It Into new
hornet. RememNsr, It ta not tbe cheap paper cover edition ot
the Tettament that we offer, hut the handme on, elegantly
botind In Hell hie cloth. Aa to our ri'llahllltv, we rarer to any
Dewapaper publUuerur meroantile agency In thliolty. illihould
take advantage of thla great oITit, and aecure the Re fined New
Teaiaroent fre. We will nil all nrdern promntlf by return mlt.
aVUrMai F. M. IXi' lON, 7 ark PlmeksMaW V&
REVISED NEW TESTAMENT.
HALF THI PHI4 B fl' C4IRHK!POMMr. tvM.UbH KDITOXtt.
CompraliAORive bUtory of whole Hlhlfi, Ita trn!
tion und rviiionn. with full Hrcnunl ofXew R
vUlun, to.'a' )i nuiiHrnhrsr. Airitl Wanted.
THI HENRY IIU PUBUSHINO CO., NORWICH, CONN.
. IMPORTED HEMP
Camabit InJtcm, raised in the East Ind.- Thi
wonderlul plant, known by the above name, whii.h
hai attained auch celehriiv, dunnjr the last few
yean, in all prmmf rHf Cnifrd Sf as a pomtivm
.t." CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS, a.d
5o7lr!i-ran now rained by kn-.g f.r
CHADDOCK 4k CO'S preanitioii at any tiret -class
dniffKiofa. The propnrtnr have made permanent
?.ronTrL CALCUTTA, INDIA, footmna;
rUHt HEMP," and having it extracted upon it
own aoil (the climate in America beinfr too change,
able to extract iarpe quantities free from mildew.)
I hese remedies are now prepared from the be
Hemp, (fathered at the right season, and extrarted
duniijj midsummer in C.ilrntti. There in not a
inKle symptom of CONSUMPTION that it does nut
Instead of devntinr a column to the meriU of
this strange and wonderful plant, we remain silent,
and let it speak for itself through other lip than
tnirs, believing that those who h ive suffered most
n better teli the storv. We will here quote, wont
tor word, from lelten recently received. Raid
"Twenty -one years ago Z waa drirur with th
CONSUMPTION. There waa no eacaptof that ter
rible death at least so all the doctors told me
when a friend advised me to send to 1032 Race Street,
Philadelphia, and set EAST INDIA HEMP, which
finely and fully cured me.
I now write to aak if yon are atill tn business, or
If I can obtain that same remedy. Z am now rail lac
Into poor health attain, and for the first time since then
eel the need of such a medicine.
DeKaLI, St. Lxwrrnce Co.,
v O. 8. BISLEY.
N. V, Jui. s, i-:t.
-1 have juat seen your article In my paper. I know
all about the CANABIS INDICA. Fifteen years
I ao It oured my daughter of the ASTHMA. She had
very bad Tor several years, but waa perfectly oured.
1 Bend me , t0 tx."
I JOBS TEODT.
Dctl RlVER, Poweshiek, Iowa, uui.
Thom Jackson, font Mpn h.int. RadlnK. Pa
Cured of Antlnna.
Mrs. Ahrum Ward. MM I a. IMilIrl..lphfa.
liciiiorrhHK of the Lunga.
Rev. A. T. At wood, I'hHmlHplita,
RfX. N. Ford. West Lima. Itlchland. Vls
AlmaC. Maurt-r, l.aninr. ritnton. p,,
S. H. Rpdfcaru, bal itttrv . Hardeman, Tenn.,
J. F. Ross, Aiuertruc. tin..
Sum'l Rrown, Ifilt Fon clu l.ar Ave., Mitwaukce.W'ls,
1'atilo It. liuess, Prlno.'ton. Kv
Mrs. Mary Nh)tt, Rolling I'rah lp. La I'orte. Itid..
Iti'V. t at her Carter. Sn.Tjinn.mu, ('ai.,
N. B.-THI8 REMEDY SPEAKS FOR IT
SELF Aaincle bottle will satisfy t be moat skeptical.
We know that It positively cures CONSUMPTION
snd will break up a fresh cold ln twenty -four hours.
12.50 per bottle, or three bottles for 8.60. Pills and
OINTMENT, tl.26 eaob. Address
tiCRADDOCK & CO.,
1U32 Kace St., I'll! Wdrl.thin, Perm,
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A NEW CURE FOR
Dr. H. James' CANNABIS INDICA, or
ast India Hemp, raised in Calcutta, and
prepared on its native soil from the green
leaf, has become as famous in this country
as in India for the cure of Consumption,
Bronchitis, snd Asthma.
We now inform the public that we liave
made the in portation of this article into
th. United ! tates our Speoialty, and that
in future tie afflicted can obtain these
remedies at all first-class druggists. As
we have, 1 1 great expense and trouble,
made pern alient arrangements in India
furobtaini ig " Pure Hemp," gathering it
attherigb, season, Snd having itextracted
upon its own soi.' from the green leaf
bv an old and experienced chemist (aid
chemist l.eing a native), we know that we
have the genuine article,
'N Al.. ITS PURITY AND PERFECTION,
and fee that we are entitled to credence
wher v e say that Cannabis Indica will do
all th: i is claimed for it, and that one
bottle will satisfy the most skeptical of
its p .sitively and permanentlv curing
Consumption, BronchMis, and 'Asthma,
Instead of devoting a column to the
meri .sof this strange and wonde-ful plant,
we 1 ;niain silent aiid let it speak for itself
thrtugh other lips than ours, believing
that those who have suffered most can
Better tell the storv, as the following ex
tn cts from letters verbatim will show:
"Gayoso, Pemiscot, Mo., Nov. iS, .S77.
J 'easts. Craddock d- Co.: w
Gbntlemen : I must have more of
t air invaluable medicine, and wish tha
you would place it here on sale, as the
cot of delivery is too high to individuals.
Previous to using the Cannabis Indica, I
had used all the medicines usuallv pre
scribed in my son's case I CONSUMPTION)
I had also consulted the most eminent
physicians in the country, and all to no
purpose; but just as soon as he com
menced using the Hemp Remedies he
began to improve in health until I re
garded him as about well.
HENRY V. IC'. MISERLY, M.I).
L'wrknceburg, Andrrfon Co., Ky.
Feb. 10, 1875.
Messrs. Craddock ( Co.! v
Gentlemen : Please send me twelve
bottles of Cannabis Indica, one each of
Pills and Ointment, for a friend of mine
who is not expected to live; and as soar
medicines cured me of CONSUMPTION,
some three years ago, I w.int him to try
them. I gained fifteen pounds while tak
ing the first thru; bottles, and I know it ii
just the thing for him. Respectfully,
J. V. H'L'LL.
Lovulaceville, Ballard Co.. Ky.
Gents : Please send me three bi lli. s
Cannabis Indica, box of Pills and pot f
Ointment. Mother has been sufferin;,' w 'l'i
BRONCHITIS for twenty years, and tra d
mo6t all kinds of medicine, and savs the
Cannabis Indica is the only thing that
gives her relief. Respectfully vours
JANE A. A'SIIBROOK.
Deep Rivkr, Poweshick, Iowa.
Gentlemen : I have just seen j our
advertisement In my paper; I know all
about the Cannabis Indica. Fifteen vearr
ao iteured my daughterof the ASTHMA;
she had it very bad for several years, hi,;
was perfectly cured, and I used to keep the
inedicii.e on hand to accommodate un
friends. I have taken a cold lateiv. and
as I am fearful of it settlinu on mv "lun.'h.
vou will please end me a $9 box'of your
THERE IH NOT A Sljni.i;
HVMPTOM of Consumption that thia rem
edy will not diasipate, rnd it will break a fresh
co; in twenty-four hours. Ask your drugeist
fr wKK. JAMF.S' CANNAHIN ?.
I--'A, and if t'icy fail you, send to us direct.
One bottle will satisfy the most skeptical. $2 60
rer bottle, or three bottles for $6 60. Pills anu
Cittnent, (t 25 each. Addresa, w
(tMDQOCK CO., t032 Ran St., Philadelphia
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Irf llftdl(lllf all Floutrwo Hlb Si
Jf tameUit Japoofrnd nf 2 Aznlean Ml
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J :irdy Flowt-rlns Hhrubs .iortVii
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CC!3D AGENTS WAHItD.
The Ladifs' Sewim Compau!:9
linngs on the wall out of
tlif reiirh of the " linle
inui " hulils two thlm
hUH,arKe or snmll, a vel
vtt Piuery eunhlim lor
nHHllen and plus, four
suoolsof thread, nnd tnir
iTfk:.Ei0orft, nmk tug a very
neat ornament for I lie
room, aa well as 10 help
keep ihlinrs In their re
stxvllve piai-ps. This 19
the hfwt wllintt aitide
little elr!, nlnytarB old. In Iowa,
old SO in IwoaavH. Our uit -nr In
Michigan hus sold ovt-r 0,M)0 fw
rpiail since lant Julv. Nt?er tuat
an article invent-! that Si lls fi": i
lo this. Kverylxvly hnyfi It. Hirriilr
w ith best term tn SKpni", s"t ir.
pti tin rrcoipt ni :'it.i. 1 ..-
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