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O.M. TINKHAM. Cdltar.
All communlcatione for tkla department ebould be
KDttn Ul editor, Mr. O. M. TI.NKUAW. M. Pom
Plemee write on one eMe of tbe paper onlr. aia-nanrh
nam. or initial, ee you wtthed pitbllahed. but aire
roar rrUMAMlAlfD ADomue, poet office. County end.
Just what Tiotory. or In ht direo'ion
we do not see m the trustees specify.
WnUn n-corniiirniH niwUfoot oil fur
, .... .. lm,k sore shoulders-rath'-r M preventive, I
We shull eivesome attention next ween . , .
to Farmer Sanborn's report, though some hn (im wjino. lo tnke nia word for it that
of the mailer of it is embraced in his it is rood, though I -ilwttv found p;rne or
nil of nv kind the worst thins that I
repiy . cr,u . w - -- -- - - .,,,,. i h.ve
r Hampshire Agricultural College.
A correspondent of the Boston Journal,
who wits with the meoirxTs of the legisla
ture who attended the 1ml cnmnicnct'Uient
crilieised pielty sharply tho untidy itppear
anre of the building!", tools, etc., at tl'
college fitrni, of which Mr. J. W. S inborn
is supttrintenilent and hn Iism published n
reply whivih hi.9 antnn m titer of general
interest, and we give it below.
Tlvse city fa. mors whosu cxiierienee of
farming is tliat of a place lo expend mon
ey and make n fine place, are not exad.y
theories to p.ts judgment on the workings
of a practical firm where the ultimate end
must be the money to lie got from the
f.trm. There is s certain amount of tidi
ness npcessarv on a farm to secure the
best results, and there may be any amount
of work- expended beyond this which
would result only in good look". We
judge Mr. Sanborn has held to the But.
and not run tho college farm in debt for
The farm policy, its experiment work,
ornns and result, the all imiHirlant f.-ieiors.
are ignored, and the standard of the be.-iu-
tiful or orderly raised, bv winch to mens
are the utility of the farm. I ol ject. A
show larm, a thing in gilt, is a pel idem
ol ihenioilel stale fai in by I lie public. To
fall below this ideal is to look common,
even mean. This farm is designedly run
on the commercial basis. The allow farm
teat-lies nothing It may inspirit the few
who see it. An experiment farm in lis
oidinnry trippings, using the principie
nnd factors eseni i tl to maximum net re
sults, pei forms n double office for the
nianv. One cim:ic observes tliat so uvs ol
fai m bains are more t id v. I know of scores
wlne buildings cost more than ihose ol
the college fin in and the tine large farm
connected, and whose lubor bill for tin
beautiful in fanning alone exceeds oui
venrlv eros9 labor bill. As everyone has
bis own standard of what is tidy, orderlj
and lieautilul, it is necessary to know thai
of the critic in oider to know whether
things here are what is iniplicd real It
slovenly. Th it I cannot know. Thus 1
can do "no better than lo st ile the facis a
they existed. The barn windows wen
clean, stalls clear of sliders' webs coin
mon to stabo s, feed boxes clean, stable
swept and littered Willi plaster tor odors
bain floor clean, doors up, funoa boards
nailed, no slicks, stones or oilier materials
ljing round loose aiiwhero about the
buildings or farm, tools all in place, with
the dirt biinplv bloomed off, hut no scour
ing. . .
Nega'ive viitues are alone snmvient to
condemn a college fat in, and ttius we are
pi iced under the unpleas ant necessity ol
giving a resume, very brii-tly.uf the situs
lion at the begirning of the present nearly
live vein s' management, its policy and 1".
sulls.lt foi.nn twenty-live grade and nat vc
cattle and one pure-bred litHI c ill ; exccpi
ingcart-.substantiully noloolsjlwelve ucn s
of ground under tillage, of its seventy live
arable; thirty .teres ol i ho remainder cut
ting from fifteen to eighteen tons of hay ;
fences ami minor malti rs net Ming imnie
diate outlay, fioin wnich no revenue cou'il
be expected. Not a dollar was on hand 01
to be devo'ed to the farm, except its nei
revenue after oavina its own bills. It was
in a good position to attempt to show U
our smuggling husbandry that the factors
of success are at the command ot the New
England farmer. I'.s energies and re
sources have been devoted tu ihis purpose,
and the inoie important one of setruhing
for principles that underlie farm operaiiom
as H has been made an expeiiuieiil statioi,1
Without fiuitis. ihis doulile woik has ab
sorbed funds and elToris, and the mote in -mediate
credit of tbe suiierlicial gilt in
fai milig was ignored, the acccssorh s brill"
in common dress. As an experiment sia
Hon it has published nearly li tv p.iptns f
lis tive years' continuous exporniic n work,
most of which h ive reccivcl g. n ral qi
tation in this country ami soine'tial
abroad. One instance will illustrate tin
imoorlanci! of sotue of them. The hat
ciot) of the country is estimated for 1HT7
nt 271.934 950. Men of science and prac
the narie thai hit v "lows little, it any, af
ter bloom, and lb at it grows of lea- value
Three vears' work hunt have shown In il
timothy grows from lliiny to nearly fortt
per cent subsequent lo nioom, ami is poiun
against pouiui more vuuaoaj. tins is .
Colonel Sellers' q lestion, literally "mil
lions in it," ami ol vastly more imp rinnc
thttn tho tools or accessories lo I s tt'ia.s
In the uo.icv and methods of its farm
cropping, tbe New England historic pnl
icv of small areas well tilled, his been
abandoned fur broad areas well tilled, in
Volving the use of capital, chemicals, farm
mechanism, against hand met hods, am
the purchase of rich manure foods. Tie
the lartu has had to earn. To generaliz
the f;n in experiments have cost jf;(ll(J I
$')0t) annually; 3S7HO to 88(X) hive been pn'
into unriunneiit miprovcmi nis : twenty six
cattle have heroine tiny including fourteei
nure bred Dm b uns, and six pure bid
A ft ck of 60 sheen and lambs, innslh
pure Colswold, have been obtained; Vo
additional horsi fl sh have been bought
wa"ons. harnesses, dairy and a full lineol
farm tools have been added, to the amotin
of ne rly l(IOO; 1800 bushels of ashe:
$9 )0 in ciieinic ils, large ainoiinis of in
tune foods IniVM been purchased; over $"2u(i
expended in pasture improvement. W en
1 found 12 acies of hoi d and grain crops I
now have 52 to baivest; oats standing 6 lo
5 12 feel high and good lor 80 bushels pet
acre, barley for 60 buh-ls. Where 30
acies of grass would cut 15 to 1H tons we
shall now get 70 tons. My critics saw
grass that ill 11 acres will cut 41 ions in
two crops, 3 tons being weight d for firsl
crop per acre. Perhaps one ol the htiges
items is in our fallid ami, from widen the
revenue is to come in the future. I oward
these bills I have received $1053 from ihe
Trustees. These facis I submit not for
parade, but as evidence that our latin docs
not merit uuquttlilicd ami sweeping critic
ism. 1 may Ire allowed to add that collegi
farms are not necessarily pits lor public
Mr S inborn writes, as he works, directly
to the p lint, and we commend his state
ment as atiove made, to the managers til
the Massachusetts agricultural college, ,
showing what citn bo done with limited
For the Freeman.
STEL'HEN COUNTY-. N. Y,
I am glad to see that the lady readers
of tbe Ukf.cn Mountain Ikf.f.man are
taking hold of the household tiep trtment.
for il makes me paper ot more iiunroa,
and I hope that they will continue to
write, even if ihe gnod'edilor has to " hunt
a new place for the agricultural depart
ment.'' a he suggested. The Fkkkman
was a very welcome visitor in our family
before, but since the opening of the house
hold department it is looked for withm tre
Previous to the opening of this week it
hnd got quite dry. hut since last Monday
we have bad frequent showers which h ive
.lone considerable good to growing crops
and some dam ago lo roads Haying is
not jet completed, as help is q die
scarce and lug ., and for the same reason
much work that ought to be done is being
neglected. As a rule we are apt to lay
out more worn in the spring than we arc
hie to perform, and the result is that we
hive to work early and late, and then
come short of doing all that we wish to.
Tim farmers' lite is indeed a busy one.
A large part of the old lields are very full
ot white daisies. A few weeks ago there
were acres and acres lliat, at a little dis
tance, looked like fields of buckwheat in
bloom. The latter part of June and lit 't
.it July it wasqtiite "catching ' forget
ting bav in good condition, but from ihat
i tie up to the present week il has been
line for having, and considering the help
to he had, 'it his been pushed well; hut u
is ripening rapidly now, and there are but
lew lields of grass that will improve any.
and the sooner it is in ihe barn the lie ter
1 am well satisfied thai uianv farmers
-un their hay too much. The 10th inslanl
was Hie hottest day this summer, so fir
We have quite cool nighis, ami most
pieces of corn aie quite small for the lime
ol the Season )'ISl lassoim oui, ......
usn illv we have it tasseled the 4 h Po
aioes look well, but there are millions ol
tb t i-,i,ln hectics, and there is a great
sale of Paris sjreen Some, however, are
rying to keep the beetles in check by
hand picking and brusuing dui i piei.-i
o use the uoison, mixed In water. I have
en over mv uolaious twice, aim inuie
ire hm few bus's to be found now.
I he winter wheat crop was very much
better than was anticipated Inst spring
I'obacoo is very uneven. 1 here IS a largt
u,i The itrostHict 19 thai a nte a lot
,f Monies will be gathered Ihis autumn
hltiMiirh noihine as compared with hist
vear. 1 have IIUI eu Hie uuineii ias
terrv this vear, for Ihe first time, and am
well nleascd with it : should think il a good
Kerry lo raise, both for home use and mar
Mr. E liior, how many papers do you
consider it advisab.e for a tanner to laK'
find many who do not read even one
while others have a dozen or tiileen.
F. Il, D.
Corning. July 30, 1881.
That question is ono every farmer must
lecide for himself in the light of his ahil
n y, wh it time he can give to rending, eic, the bundles netti
and what use ne makes oi wnat ue reans
Often a siuglit item in a p iper
worth more to mo than a year's auhscrip
Mk Eimtok: We find it does not pay
to cock our hay unless it is dry enough to
irt directly from the cock, or looks liki
tin. If the grass is veiy green wo rake
into small windrows to lie'over nigh
mil it will bo ready to cart hv 10 o'clock
in the morning. We also hnd it an ail-
auiage to c ick what we have lodn before
supper, as 11 makes oener man wnen u is
pill up later. We have cocked mil 111111'.
nd have not had more man two ions nun.
mil that because it began to rain soon lit
er it was cut and did not get dry enough
cart in three davs.
1 agree with Fanny Field when she says
it is useless to have hot suppers. We do
mr work with cold suppers (most of the
ime have cold drink), and frequently wi
nave cold dinners, niid we get our wors
n !. To be snru we cannot do as much
woikas some men. It took two ot 11-
urleen days to cut forty tive Ions of bav
one hand using the scythe every day, am;
10th four days. J he remainder was eul
with a machine.
My advice to girls about to marry farm
s is: Ask llieni if they can eat cold sup
oers the vear round and cold dinners if 11
is very warm, ami give llietti the miiten il
they cannot. J. L. o.
heard farmers recommend pork fryings.
lard and camphor, lard and turpentine.
&c, but they always made matters actual
ly worse when I applied them. As a pre
ventive and cure for sore shoulders, I find
strong salt water splendid. You may
think it severe where the skin is broken
and the flesh laid bare, but in applying it
have several times got it in cuts or upon
bruises on my hands, and it hurls niucn
les thin one would supie. The salt
water cools and allays inllaraation, wnno
. hardens the Hesh. Alter a nam tta.v
ullino- mt horses seem to enjoy their
.hmil.l, r halh. and I lleliovc they do.
Nothing will Ileal up a cut in norse-
fl 'sh quicker than turpentine. A mixtuie
of it and lard is good for a cut on any
antm il, and should bo used in cas'rating
hogs in warm weather. 1 imu 11 eon vet.
lent to keen a o in ready mixed about the
stable, and nhuo-t every week have occa
sion to use it. Turpentine is also a suie
,u r.,r ,,lin in horses. I have never
Ln,,.n it in fail, even in the most aggravat
ed cases. Rub it on the liont 01 tile gums
,,l Mm minor i IW. To I II tlllS. pour SOI110
in the hollow ol your rigiu nau.i. -3
raising the animal's lip wun your iu w
you can easily rub tne tui')ent'.n ""'?
ruins. Also apply to the breast. This
ute is so elli vicious, so handy, onoap an.t
simble, that it is valuable to every horse
owner. , , , ,
The face of a collar should ne scrapeu
clean h. foie putting on. Always, .n uui
weather, sweat anil nin win
gall anil irritate the shou der. ror iuis
purpose 1 have found an old niitciiwr amie
the best thing. It can soon he ground in
wo in the mi. Idle f the wwio
coi ners rounded ofl some. Il must not be
slurp or il will cut I lie collar.
It is a good plan IO It tve an
of copper rivets about tne nam. rn
mendinj straps they are qutf-K ami gooi .
Often alioui harness a few stitches nioia
ind if not attended to the rip win soon
become serious, specially 00 um po.
f ihe lines commence to lip at ute enos.
A copper rivel can be put in in two minu
tes, and will hold tho pieces to place and
slop further damage.
A piece ol twang ica'ut i ie ini"""--
thing that every farmer should nave. 11
111. tr.,1 at unv lean ei ovum, . ..
t-ood sized piece will cost only twenty nve
..ma 11 is ham v tor ivmn mi" '""
and makes the only shoestrings mat win
last in my plow shoes. If you have never
used it before, vim will lie surprised huw
olten it will come into play.
,,. n has at asl discovered a use 10
.,. th.,. , I,. It is S lid that, a few
,.., t.t.i i H hen's nest will drive away
or kill lice. I have never tried it, b it
know 1 hut il is a good plan to put ashes 111
1 1,,. nest. Then if the hen house is cleaned
.nt. mid ihoiou-'hlv whitewashed each
n-intr vnn will have very little trouble
Irom lice or enemies of any k nd.
ri. s, .h.lind, ru are wi b us, and
,Tti bum. .'..tne in Slav. They will do
"nore ilia, 1 half ot ihe cutting th s ye .r
Vilv nil are twillil binders in fiCl. 1
i,.. ,,t t.ear.l of a siiiL'le, wire hinder
being used Where properly managed
they give good satisfaction, doing belter
u,.i-lfBihen can lie got dene by hantl
l'hev take 1111 the grain cleaner and shape
man can oe mute 111 im t
01 her wav. wbi ethe tying is belter man a
1 laio-o m ,i n itv of harvest hands will do it
With se I -binders, drills, suiay mows .un
itltivaiors. and steuu threshers, tanning
IS looming Up SUUiewiiai as an m.uK . ......
If slumps are careiuuy Kept sp'uuie.i
ti..,u unll mi much sooner than outer
wise. Hie best unto to sproiu is m .u
gllst, but It IS a good plan 10 nptiui .......
oelore this dining the summer, say in
time All slnitiu- should lie cut low, then
they will not bother you in plowing when
,11 become used 10 tlmm. ISUt It takes at
least ten vears to do that.
' J .. . , . IV
To keep the little striped pesis ou yum
melons sprinkle them with soot Ashes
will answer, but soot is much stronger,
ind if applied when tho dew is un will
last for a week. It can be got out ot tne
i,..n.,m of the stove, or may be saved when
you clean out and m ike safe your chim-
uevs and H ies ill tne spring a umhb j""
should never neglect doing. Jolin -a.
Mailt, in Ohio t'anutr.
We Invite for tblaoolumn, eontrlbutione from our
d- readsre. to make It each at aiiall be of value
eudititereattothem. Anrtupleof domwtlr economy
wbirh mar euinreet Itanlf to them mar be dleeuaead
od we hnpetbla feature will prove iucoeaef ul, and an
eddltioual attraction to our readere.
Contrihuttnna ahould be sent to tbe Editor of Ik
A lady at Maple's Hills. III., writes to
the hUer-Ocean, in reply to a query, as
"Ida" asks why I didn't have those
"hired men ' milk the cows and feed the
horses. I say. because we didn't hire
them to. I always did it myself, summer
and winter. We never had the hired
hands to tend the stock; they had to do
tho heavy work I oonld not do. We didn't
alwavs have help. Father and I would
do all wo could without help. I have
don more than that you h tvn seen in the
tfome. but I don't wish to tell you every
thing I have done. I was tho only one at
Imitin In do the work without help. I had
(,. have three meals ready in time. I have
..rli.t in 1 lie field an I house al! mv lifo
.mm imps the men would help In the field
miih mn. hut not verv often. I have
gathered the corn in tho field when the
snow was deep. Sometimes I had help.
I h ul from twenty to twenty-five head of
e-.itln to tend in the winter time, besides
iho hoirs. I liked to tend them. I always
felt better out of I'oors than in tho house.
I did all our sewing. I have neither sow
ino- nor washing machine. I have sown
ill Linttsof croos. excent. wheat. I didn't
think it was much to make oreamasi
had always reset tho the table In tbe even
ing lor morning. 1 could have breakfast
in 11 few m nutes. I did t care now manv
hired hands we had. I always had to call
iIihiti 1111 10 breakfast. I have been very
tired sometimes. I had a belter lime man
1 have now.'
V hs.ve orinted several reports of
great day's work," and the writers seem
to boast in some measure, as if it were a
ihing of much merit, and an example to be
commeu cd and followed. It has not
emed to us to bo a pan icular merit to do
so lai"o a day's or week's or year's work
ihoutrh if tho woman or man has ihe
strength and is able to do it, and not nog
lect other and equally important things
she or ho is fortunate. So a man who is
ab'.e to litt five hundred pounds is fortu
natc, but there is no particular reason for
praising hhn more than tho man who can
lift only three bundled pounds, if both put
forth their strength when it is needed to
the extent of their powers. So with
"woman's work." If duty calls a worn
an to pei Firm such kinds and amount of
labor she is fortunate in being able to do It
and duty doesn't call for It unless she
able to do it. Duty never demands un
impossibility, nor is there any merit in
doing the work without a sewing machine
or washing m tchine, provided they
helps and one can have them. An intelli
gent housekeeping will have the best at
tainable helps in its work, in implements
and conveniences, and the one who neg
lects thciu has in that no grounds for
boasting; but it is rather a matter
s'lame and disapproval.
Many a quiet little woman without the
physical ability to do a tiihe of the or
some have told of doing, have been
power for good broader than their own
neighborhood; have boen a light to the
household, a loved and loving guide to Ihe
children; her husband's pride and j
whose children shall rise up and call her
bles-ed, and whoso memory will be chef.
ished where sho has lived.
Duty has different shapes and different
directions, and what may be duty for one
is no guide for what may bo duty to an
other, which each one must decide for her
self in the light of health, circumstances
ind surroundings, and it does not always
take the shape of the most or hardest
that the household work during these hot
summer months is leartuliy ' "
wifef Or are jou so ousj
heat. hav. etc . that you nave
nco-ligent as to overlook her weary teP
nd tireo looks, matte aiumm
You can. if you will, nve ner many -
I Ib'h'en her work a vast uei. ...
not neglect the crops. We have seen on
'.. t.rm ntht.ro tho mother and wife
I It in T t t"" . - r.f.i . ; IKirU piai.s.
Iragged through me not hiiiii.ii - r; . jigeveror.
tlave. This should not be. and it a
.1...,, ;h, ,!...,. 11, at will allow a man to
bo so careless. You had rjeiter i-t
hired girl for a few months, than a doctor
next fall. Before going to the fie'd se
thai the water pails are tilled. Bring In
enough fuel to lasi ner an nay. --
wife fretful and inclined to l peevish?
Then remember it at once. No won',er
many farmers' wives are cross, when they
are worked harder in proportion to tneir
. ., K una hnrun on the ubtce. Alt
Ihcselhings cost you but little forethought.
and a few minutes tune iay m
nines Ui you, but they lift a mountain ol
burden from your wife. We bid you lake
heed and profit by our few suggestions.
knowing Ihat in fining so you -happy
reward. Ret'aw in Cm. Ousette.
Tho host nmterial for cleaning coat col
lars and grease spots of all kinds is pure
benaine. The article is sold at the princi
pal drug alores in cities, mat useu oj
L.iituru is nut mire enough, and has a very
unpleasant odor,, whitdt Ihe pure article
h., not,... ll. llulo "ItlvU i . "
lisappears. If this can not ne ootaineu,
,-.,n ulmihnl tninetv-Hvo per cent ) will
eoein collars verv well. A mixture ot
equal parts ofs.rong alcohol anil waier 01
. tp... ..U1A ,ilt.
ammonia is also useu. ine u
all these liquids is that not enough is usen ;
a small quantity only softens and spreads
h orease sool: mev snouui w i.ouu
suffTicnt quantity and repeated, to not
only dissolve the foreign matter, but to
wash it out. Use benzine where mere is
no fire or light
Wo have received Ihe fourteenth annual
report of the board of trustees of the New
Hampshire college of agriculture and
mechanic arts. It nppears that the college
is out of debt, and that " for tho last two
years have enjoyed increasing prosperity."
The college has thirty-five free scholar
ships of one thousand dollars each given
by John Conant, Esq , which pays tuition,
and room rent if the funds permit, and Ex
liovernor omym oners a series ot prizes
amounting to one hundred dollars annual
lytwo to the two best speakers, two to
the best readers, and two to tho most nier
ilorious original written essays on some
theme connected with agriculiuro.
The trustees define one great object of a
collegiate education to bo " To teach the
pupil to think and investigate for himself;
to infuse into his mind an enthusiastic de
sire or an invincible determination to be
something and do something.
This object attained, and tho student
will press m, overoomo obstacles and will
love learning for thesakcof its advantages
and in the end gain a victory."
It is not generally recognized how
m in h harm comes lo horses from the
siinule overgrowth ot tho loes; and yet, in
he case ol young anil unshod Horses
.-specially, hardly anything is more de
li uetivo to their soundness and permanent
utility. Judging by the number of colis
mined out everywhere wilh the whole
winter growth on l heir toes, there seems
to bo a surprising amount of ignorance on
ibis matter; and it becomes the more
necessary to draw special attention to the
need of piring.
A go id average alone for the front of a
healthy hoof is ono forming an angle of
lofty -five ilegs. wnh ihe ground on which
it rests In oilier words, if a perpendicular
line were drawn upwards irom the toe,
the line of the front of tho hoof would In-
midway between such vertical and the II ti
sinfice ol ihe sole or ground. Hut tin
vemge foot grows far more rapidly at
the toe 1 ban the heel, and wears off much
more slowly. Iho heel, 100, as It grows,
urns inward, 80 that even Willi an equal
growth, 11 never prnj-cis as does the over
giown loe As the foot increases in lengt 1,
herefore, llie etlect is shown and fell
especially at ihe loe, and with every ad-
luiou lo the letigitt or tne loe, tne tront 111
the foot and of the pastern recedes further
Irom the verticil position, and approaches
nearer to the horizontal.
Tho extra strain consequent on the in
creased length and obliquity must be burnt
by the posterior and lateral ligiinents ol
tbe lelluik and pasterns; and as these lat
ter come Irom ihe si les ot the past ion
boms, the consequent mitirv determines
in 11 tma' ion and bony deposits on 'besides
of the pasterns. Similarly, the hack sin
ews, which act as supporiB to Ibese joints
behind, because sprained, thickened, and
shortened, inducing knuckling over at (he
knee, and general unsteadiness of the
In paring, remove the whole projecting
lowtr border of the hoof well down to the
junction wilh the sole. The greatest dan
ger is from the toes; hilt overgrown heels,
cuiled in on the solo, linpiison masses ol
hard, flaky horn, biuise the sole, ari l
determine corns and a train of evil conse
quences. The process should bo attended
to in winter as well; but it is especially in
summer, when the colt is running ai
liberty in the fields, ihat the effects of
undue length are to be feared. National
Live Slock Journal.
Kefpino Cows Up in Mii.k. N. S. F.,
llamp it'll, Me. : Ii is almost an utter im-iHis-ibiiiiy
10 keep your cows up in milk.
T tose which conie in during March. April
r even tiny will begin to lull off now. let
ihe feed he never so good. Il certainly
would not hurt the cows to give them each
a couple ol quarts of meal per day; such
ration would give you more hnltor, even
ii ii did not increase the flow of milk, bui
no doubl the cows would hold out longer
,n milk. Whatever some agricultural
writers inav advise, il is a mistaken idea
10 force salt upon your cows in order to
make them thirsty Ihat they may drink
more water, ami hence yield milk in great
er quail ities. A cow will drink a certain
iiiiuuiit of waier, winch witll a given
iinount of good Iced 'III yield certain
quantities of milk Stilt and water will
neither produce Clieese, uuuiu nut 'itfr"t
neither will they produce bone. Milk con
tains about t8 per cent of water; if you
increase ihe amount of water consumed i.y
the cow through ihe feeding of salt, you do
not increase eiiher butler, clieeseor sugar;
lence. unless nt the sainu time that you
cause your cows lo drink more water you
,ixt, on nee llieni to eat in moreasim no-
portion, lliey c tnnot give more milk, ihe
mil facts lu ti.o case are that whilo yon
increase, inrougn giving suit, awsue 101
water, you also increase the action ol the
kidneys witll tin increased discharge ol
urine, and the probability is that the milk
will be decreased ill quantity ral'.er than
ii, creased. Our advice is to provide only
ihe quant ityol salt the cows naturally crave,
making no attempts to increase iheir up
peiiie lor il under a mistaken notion thai
you will ihereby increase 1 he 11 iw of milk.
Another idea quite commonly held in Ibis
connection is 1 qu idy fallacious, which is
that a cow requires a much larger quantity
of water in summer than in winter. Every
thoughtful person must admit ill it in sum
mer a cow is generally in the pasture eat
nig grass which contains 80 per cent ol
water, even when there is iiosuifice walei
up in il. In the early morning and lain at
evening there is frequently a large amount
of dew upon the tirass, and iu addition 10
this we often have heavy showers, wit 11
s. metimi s whole days of nun, under which
t'iicumstaiici s ihe cows rt quire no olhei
water than that obtained wilh the grass
In lb" summer lime in wet seasons cows
will sometimes go two or three days wnh
OU' tasting W Her except as lOllll'l in itieu
f. tod A', this season of the year tltes am
he greatest trouble with which cattle al
nasi lire have lo contend. On this necounl
a tew hushes ill a pasture are valuable
inlo which the cows can inn and brush oil
the pests from such part of their bodies ns
cannot bo reached with the swilult ol Ihe
tail. Great care is needed ihat dairy ant
mals do not run down in condition, which
should always he avoided if possible
or tkA am. ! aIah anil kntiAM. nd with t
a needle close the apertures over the ends.
As the wool 01 tne 010m is no I
the apertnres close np firm.
leaves, lilies or grape, mini an i 1
tne Ciotn anu ww;i .un w -s- 1 . h Deliverer
have it even. It tike, little time and a,. tb.Or.ve and Prarafor ner Delivers
few d..ye before I commenced using the
. Favorite Remedy,' in one of my spasms
Hints tc the HuBAND.-Doyonoiiin(J 8intinjt speg my friends inougni 1
was dead, and gave up the attempt to re
store me to consciousness. I am oonn ienv
that if I had not taken your medicine.
Favorite Remedy,' during my periods of
critical illness I should never have recover
ed ' e e That the Lord msy bless
you and Increase your means of dolnggood
t a -:i -.... nil mnv mmtf vet un-
is my uauy nv- -j -- --.;
, ..;.. ,ho -Vuvorite Itemed v' and III
"Central Vermont B. B. Line.
Commencing Monday, June 27, 1881 .
TRAINS OOINO BOOTH AND BA8T
Jf.IfipnFua loavea Bnnton via., Fltrhbunrh at S
D,T "p , LiiT . . u New lndon Ian
'"y.; . Tho'-If-vorite Rernedv' and its 5,." nlfl,1i s 00 .. Ml'ideal'" I "
imru pi j - lluirton, Rutland. St.
Nrw T.irkj H, n,, I r . Burllne
. iZ, . Twon ineliersajr at. for N;irtlieia.
""4 '.?!-?... Ik in lhf.tiil.iir, Montreal. Ht Al-
York intermediate pointa.
TRAINS OOINO NORTH AND WEST.
Iave Montpeller at t . "6. 10 and 3 U and
1? ' S
Ailiaua, M.intreal and Otrdeua
linnr. iUVB. rtpthltnltl at 8 fill A M.
A;..!,. . i.. iiMri.ttnttt. Rutland. 8t. Al-
Train, leave M-ratveller for Barre at J SO am. U
Re'turnm leve Barre at S tlSA at, I K r u
ns.. tlia IiIimmI iiitre is tho orlncioal ' Montiwiier i ,
eo of inventions and discoveries in medi-, j5''- ""JTM t? i?SZ&;
ine. 'l'Otn.SOn,.CLHruua..,y 8t l X ,lU;''Rf,,'r'jnnetln 1 W,
nAnirthnltiil m ini sion I V than Dr. UaVIU ..Ar9l,..""'J'".l 1 - V-u.,,ii,.,t,,n .ntl St. IIian.
Kennedy, of Kondout, N. V.. in the ppaluo-1 , "V;h',,; TJ. "tii" V,.i !Z
tionofa medicine which has beoome la- H,Viu.riisid 9 uu r s. wmitp-itert a f"' ;'r,"uh"
.. -u- t ..r.ril bin SL Albana. Uuutreal auil Oidruabiirn and the
Remedy." It removes all impurities of the
Blood, regulates ihe disordered liver and
Kidneys, cures oonslip ition, dyspepsia, and
all diseases and weaknesses peculiar to
53-When inquiring of your druggist for
this new medicine, avoid mistakes by re
membering thensme, Dr David Kennedy s
Favorite Remedy, and the price, whien
is only one dollar a liottle, and that the
doctor's address is Kondout, Now York.
'Minkal has been substituted for brass
in lamns and many small articles of house
furniture ; hut as a general ruie, tun nmi
ir..iin hoiisekeeners have the hardest tlrof-
s " 1 I 'PI
il- nir mire ot tne new menu. i uc
...... ..f. - .... e i. ..i
wav to nreserve the Urigntncss oi nicnei
irticles is to let mom aione, oiny wiK...B
them, now and then. Willi c amies sum,
and never touching them with ammonia
or stiver soap, ljarn to seem nwy nun
your nickel will last forever.
-i '.'far- H.-'i-w '
stentnr carl are attai-hed to Nlrtt F.i.r tralna
mnnin between Mnntrealand Bnatou. and Mtiutri at
1,1.1 Si.rinneld. an1 Nw Y.trk and via. . r.y, am
Thf.Mirfti tickftH for Iiicmo kitd tlie West for Hie ftt
t&e prmcipai iiiuoui.
St. Albo, Vt., June 36. ltl.
J. W. HOBHT,
HULL VAPOR COOK STOVE.
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST RELIABLE
REMEDIES IN THE WORLD FOR
THE CURE OF
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
Soro Throat, Bronchitis,
Every affection of tbe
THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST,
A WELL-KNOWN PHYSICIAN WRITESj
" It does not dry up a cough, and leavt the cause
behind, as is the case with most preparations, but
loosens it, cleanses the lungs and allays irritation,
thus removing the cause uf complaint."
10 NOT DE DI'XEIVKD by articles bear
tog similar names. Be sure you get
DR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY,
with the signature of " I. BUTTS " on the wrappef.
SO CentB und 91.00 a Bottle.
Prepared by SETII W. FOWLE & SONS, Boc
toa. Mass. Sold by druggists and dealers gtntrally.
'Sj-f 1'iiiai-r "
Ib nnw olTrpdfnr tlitwobPHtorrharilB.fnotlerii than
oO trnes eaoh.) that may be arrown f roin trepa inirchas-
"1 at my N tirf ry. within a raniii" oi lo iiiuph or said
Nurserv. First nrnniinn' tn hn :t0 npfoml ilo i0. tr
lj awarded in .luue hy lintnt'rt,tp(i Jitdtfen, thf
fxponsw of which shall ne patil one -half bviiu'iiid
'ne-bali by the two ..ero'tiiB A"iu anal I lie entitled x
tlio nrfiiniiimi. I hav mi- about 40.0111) trcn ron
wliirh to m-U'f't.Bf rttiid to nntin In the wtata. Humnnilrer
Pair Mount Nubhkby Ii the plare to buy. Atreutt
Also 1J6 bnshflR of the nelehratpd White Rurmiarj
Sept Wliftat, t!iiiirendd tab the bent Sprirnr H heat
now irrow n In Viirrnnnt. ()rdnrn iniv ho Ipft with S
P. Brooks & Sou, .vloutpelier.for either of the abore
F39tf E. E. ANDUEWH. Berlin. Vt.
The Great Health Kestorative-
Clover fok Daiht Cows Clover
should be cut for milk at the bi-ginnin j of
blu.sotuini;. or when very little is
IjIohsoiu. GiH.'it f fT'it't kIioiiM Iw made to
nt event clover Irom being injured by rain
or dew. After curing mimt of the day, if
put in cock and covered with bay caui, il
will take no injury for two or three days.
Then odvd, air it. and put lit once in the
barn. It may bo put in the barn the same
day it in cut, if put in wilh alternate layers
of clover and straw. Ulover eul in June
will keep np the flow of milk in August
Under this head the Huston Journil of
uheiuiatry n lines several dangerum) suli
-taiiccs which hnd llnnr way inlo liousi
hnl'ls. There tire two or three volatile
I, quids u-ed ill firuilius which are pirlicu
lariV ilangurous, iiiui must oe empioyeti
at all. with special care.
HrtizHie, ether and slionj ammonia
constitu'e this cliss of ai nls. The two
first named liquids are employed in cleans
ujjr yluves and oilier wearinjr apparel, and
in removing oil stains Irom carpets, cur
tains, etc. The liquids Bre highly volaiile,
und flash inlo vapor as soon as the cork oi
ihe vial containing them is removed.
Their vapois are very combustible and
tvill iulltiiK! at long distances Irom igniied
candles or gas flames, ami consequently
they should never be used in the evening.
when the house is lighted.
Explosions of a very dangerous naiure
will occur if the vapor of these liquids is
permitted to esc tpu into the room in con
siderable quantity. In view of the great
'azaid of Handling these liquids camions
hi.usekeepeis will nol allow them to be
biougbi into their dwellings, and this
course is cuimnundable.
As regards ammonia, or walerof ammo
nia, it is a very powerful agent, especially
the "tronger kinds sold Dy druggists. An
tecident tu its use has recently come under
mr nol ice, in which a young lady lost her
life horn taking a few drops through mis
lireai hing the gas under certain circnni-
siances causes seriou- harm to Ihe lungi-
;tnd uteuihranes of iho mouth and nose.
It is an ngenl much used at ihe present
time for cleansing purpose, and it is unoo-
jcutionahle if proper care is used in its
'iiiploviui'iii. llie vials Homing it snouhi
lie kept apart from others containing med
iciucs, etc., and rubber stoppers lo Ihe
vials should be used.
Oxalic acid is considerably employed in
families lor cleansing brass and coppi r
ulensiis. 1 his substance is highly poison
oils, and must lie kept nnd used with great
ciution In crystalline structure it close
Iv resembles sulphate ot magnesia or
Epsom sails, anil, therefore frequent wis-
lakes ure made and and lives lost.
Every agent which goes into lamilies
among inexpericm ed persona hh aild he
ki pi in a s ou place, labulud properly and
used with care.
FIFTVYoara of faithful ittoution to the minutm
.KttmiatlW 'H'lWrH.SKLECTMN, asoPrf.
pabation of Italiwrolieute nntltln tht ureatorlif lnl
Family Meillins to the cootidonce of thoae dealrluir
s piro, ito, etrwilvB anil ironatne blood Purifier
Iprtnif Medicine, ApnotUer and Toole It haa bei'n
onbllcly endowed and preeeribed by bundreda of thr
greatest Amnrlcau pUyslelans.ainonK whom are Dr
Valoutlue Mott, Uixl Crosby and Prof. Cleveland. I
very lr.tlt familtur Willi ItB vlrtnea will boar ten
tlraonyto itnu ilveri vl anvllimce, uuequalled purity
itnd uever-f allDK aueceBB. It ia a
Genuine Shaker Medicine,
invented liv Tho.;..rneri ana r';1. , !'' .Ji
,L,'";,..'..:..vAi;, ...o ...,..ik. .lo.ired to make a
sliiSie trial or tlm pure unci whilewme oompoilnd of
ShrtSr""rMirlll.. t)md lion. Yellow D.wk, Ww-
Serriea i f Juniper and Oubrb nulled with iodide of
'"labium, ina.li. bv the Soeletv, hei-iiuee It lafe
never failiiuf , and adapted to all anea aud both aniee.
It i-leauaea the blood, reimlaten the atoniach and
bowels, puritlee the eyatein ot humora auil Inlienjed
i S,nf the h!,,V."i.V.'hJ." I uqiifr. I " OOKBKTT'.
shakeks' Sauhapauili.. Bold every wuore.
A Vai.UAIU.e In8h.cticide. Professor
A. J. Unok, of the Michigan agricultural
collego, has be n experiineniing on the
efheiiev ol the pyrelhrum uowtler fur th
de.lniulion of the cabbage worm and other
insects injurious lo vtgetauon. I'he ex
periments showed conclusively that the
powder, who her i pplied with water or in
a mixture Willi flour, was fatal to th
caterpillars. This powder has only to be
sprinkled upon the plants, but two appli
cations may sommiines be necessary,
The success was better wilh tho liquid
than with a Hour mixture, and theapph
cation more speedy and economical
Even so diluted it mixture its l-2iH)ui of a
pound of the powder to a gallon of water
and September on short pasture, and cows wtt, enough to kill eleven oul of riheen
will cat it with great relish. Clover and i Inrvie The aphides on a twig of alder
mendow hay, wnen leu, snouict dp ruixeil were killed hy beini! flipped into Ihe liquid
together, if both are in the barn. The mixture. All llie Hies and luosquitoea in
variety will mae belter milk than clover ! room were thrown to the floor by the
alone. The dairyman should always use cuVd uf blowing a little of the powder in-
ns gn at a variety in the ration as he can. toil Squash bugs, however, seemed able
nalwnai hive biock journal., wteago. to resist the strongest triplication,
To Make A White Bkmpukad Take
five yards and a hall of unbleached collou
cloth, raiher fl' o. 'the loily inch cloth
makes it riolil in width, and as u shout
be just square, the length of the spre:td is
dc eiuiiueil liy iho width ol the cloth
b'-w two hrcntlins together with an over
mil over seam, and rub the scajn down
flal Sketch some preuv pattern, like
iiouquel of lilies for ihe venter, and a vine
ol lilies or grapes lor Ihe border; a black
lead drawing pencil answers every purpose
to tamme ino ticsign, as it win noi rut) oil,
antl when the work is done it can be
easily washed out. Colored crayon lines
ruli on to etisily to serve the purpose,
Next procure the same measurement of
very thin cloth, and lack on the quilling
iraiuus as you wouut lor a qum, then
spn ad tne oiiuttle on who the pattern
lying up. Basle It firmly to the linirur on
the edges. Neither ike outside nor lining
must be wet, as the work is much more
rapid and easier lo do l efore shrinking.
Run wilh a line stiicb on Ihe upper side.
all around the pattern drawn. For the
stems and vines two runs must be taken
little less Ulan a quarter of un inch apart
It is very quick, easy work to do. When
the pattern is ail finished take it oil the
frames, and huvo ready a pound of cotton
bitting and a ball ol smooth wickiup,
Turn the spread the thin side up (you can
lei a ne upon your tup; ami laKo a tape
needle and thread it wilh your wickingj
draw it through the thin cloth and fill uu
Ihe stems and vines with wicking ; cut it
HIS INCOMPARABLE NUTKIKNT la richer in
Boueaud Muscle Produciutr Materlaln than a,
other forms of mult or medicine, whilo f run from th
obJectiouHuriredairainat malt liquors. For difficult
iitceatiou, Htrk Headache, Consumption. Emacmthnj
Mental unci Physical Exhaustion, Nervousness, Want
of Sieep. Ulcerative Weakness of Females. Exhaustion
of Nuraintr Mothers, of the Axed, ana or neuron
Phiidren, MALT BITTKUS are the purest, ben a il
n iHt i' inomical luediciue ever compounded. Hold
MALT AND HOPS
A. C. BR OWN,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT.
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AT HHOKT NOTICE, NII AT BATES WHICH EX
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TO THE 8AKKTY 'OS" THE COM
FAMES AM) A I'ltOI'Elt PKO
TEC'TION OF THE IN-Hl'KEU.
Ixissea adjusted and promptly paid at
this OITice. Communications by mail will
receive prompt ntttention.
Office Corner of State ani Main Htreetb,
MONTPELIEIt, . . . VERMONT.
Yourselvps by mahlmr money when
a kf'ildcn f Ii mice is otTcred. theret
alwLiys kcciiiinf (Hiverty from your
door. Tbono who always take ad
vutitavro uf the rtKid chances for
inak in money that re offered,
treneranr heroine wea t iv. w n e t hose who do not tm
nrovn mch chanofls remain hi itovertv. We wnut nianv
men, women, hoys and kfirlstowork torus ritrhtin
tlietr own localities. The ImniuoHn will itav more thim
ten times ordinary watres. We turniaU an exeii8ive
outfit and hII that yon need, free. No one who eatraves
fails to make money verv rapidly. You can devote
your wnoie nme tome worn, or omy your spare tno
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For Man and Beast.
Jl ture cure for Wotmtl,
Sprains, taaaaTjTaaw Jirtiiset,
atttt all Stein MHaeaie. Rub
it in well with the hand.
Sold by all AmggitU. Prioa 25 and 60o par bottls
II urns, f
Cut; WARRANTED m
a mis, u jo GIVE I
The only Vapor Cook Stov that hu itood
the tut of yean, and given entire
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How In use. and arrowing In favor wherever
uael. TfaoKe who have them will not
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The Most Simple, The Most Durable,
The Most Perfect, The Most Economical,
No Sweltering Heat, No Fires to Build,
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Washing, ironing, baking, broiling. fruit
Canning, etc., etc., without the insufferable
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Our Patent Automatic Safety Can " rend
ers the use of our stoves "perfectly afe jn
the hands of the most careless or inexperi
enced. Send for full descriptive circular and price
list. Special inducements to agents In un
occupied territory. Address,
"HUU VAPOR STOVE COMPANY,"
Has "decided" claims tipMi the puUic 1 hit
Is positively proven hy the lintm-ii-
has dme to tlmst who hue Uui nu. il i,
dlsea-from Vvhirh tli y lair hntT-ini u.
t'-nsely lor y. ars, as fiilifd hv tin- j.uhiXt.
d testimonials, every one olwUuh i
rnrtKEA. Vt., V t. .-
Vr.KORfl. C. I. Il-M)l &... I...U. . Ma ;
ThebthditV of hist June I w..-, ur u -i. k
ftitli a swtlluig on my niMit Kh.i .imu wal, .m
Awful p:iin. Tlie vetliin: w ru nil .,. ..
My face was swelled mi tliat I could wild u :f
fieuliy nee out of mv eye. and 1 Link- ,i,t
over the whole buiface of m ln.d . m tiu
fool up to my kiue w;is one law. nil,!,
muss, and my ankle and fHt so Ln,- al ij
sore 1 could not tt- on it. and it wmiuI n.u
ro as to wet a handle thioimti in an Ik ij,
In this condition Mi. V. r . iiixxl .if u,. lim
of A. K. Hood & Son, ilmggiils.of ihi toun ,
handed ine a bottle of Hhd'h Si:ai hii..
i a. and told me to take it. I did so aint hy
the time I had taken one bottle I f und tint
tt was doing me good. J have sin. e t.i 1. u
five hotth s more. After I had taken tint e
iK.ttles my soreness began to leave me. and
I have tieen growing better evnv d;iy. n
that to-day I can walk without i inc lame.
I have no soreness in my ankle and it lias
healed all up, and dts not run at all. 1 out
mv recovery to vour Saiai ai ilia, lwute
this to let you know that I tfiink iirtiM-ren
the confidence of tlie nl.Iic. esjrf-tialij thoae
who are troubled with humor.
Yours irmut trnlv.
-MiSl A H'l'ITK IN.
P. 8. Fverv person tliat saw me said that
T never would et over my lameness without
having a running sore on !' ankh-; hut
thatik. God 1 have. J. 1.
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effect upon tlie appetite. 'o other prepa
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on earth. Try it. At Frank H. Baticoni's.
BrlKirs' Throat and Lnnir Healer Safe and sur-'. Old
people like it, babies cry fur it. At bascom's.
IJrlKafS' Throat and Lim Healer hns no equal for
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Brttrrfs' Throat aui Lumt Heater will cure when oth
rt fall Warranted. At Frank U. Basconi's.
etarrh A universal, dismistlnir afflictlouUse Dr
BrikfKB' Catarrh Hpecill.-K. At Basi-om'a.
ptatarrh has baffled physician' skill. Dr. RritrtK' Ca
V tarrh Specihcs are warranted. At Bascom's.
Catarrh is dangerous, troublesome and dfsairreeable
Dr BriKKs' CaUrrh Hpecitlcs. At UaKcoui's.
Catarrh -8100 reward when Dr. BriKirs' Catarrh Spec
idea fails to cure. At Frauk 11. Bascum'a.
Bmnons-Unsliflitly, painful protrnslous. Banint
them-Dr. BriKS' Balnain. At Bascom'a.
Bunlnns-Hard, soft and ulcerated cured with Dr
BrlKKB Buuiou Bal-am. At Frank H. Bascom's.
Bunions prevpnt peace by day and sleep by niirht.
Use Dr. BrhrKS Bunion Balaam. At Bascom's.
Bunions wound your pride and torture your soul
Try Dr Brutr' Bunion Hal Ham. At Bascom's.
SURE CORN CURE-
loms -Universal bumnn afflictions-Use Dr.
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B4tk ymr Heptembr 1 1S81.
New and xiiperh tirtck tin i Mi tin. healed with Itaam,
T.udles' deiii.rtmeii( ainplete aud dlatlnc
Three yearn i'olltuwtiu coiirnf , College preparatory;
Hnfilnenii ; irsuiry. Muic; 1 prolHHors and teaclirrs.
jv-ni lo 2fil per M'nr, Addreis, tor lull inroroiatioa
Otitflt furnished frep.wlth full instructions
for conducting the most pmfltabl' busi
ness that anyone can en rair iu. The hit
siiiess is bo easy tu learn, aud our instruc
tions nr. so simple and iitaiii! that any one
can make trreat profits from the very start.
No one can fall wbo Is wlthinr to work.
Women are as siicctwnfnl m mm. Hnv.
and irlrts can earn lariresuuis Many have made at
the busines over one hundred dollars In a suwle week.
Nothimr llhe It ever known berore. All who emrave
are surprised at the ease aud raiddlty with which they
are able to make money. You can enirafre In this busi
ness dtiriutr your spare time at trrwittproflt. You do
tmt have to tuvestcapiUl tu It. w take all theYlsk.
Those who need ready money, should write to us at
once. All fnruisbed free. Dddress Tbhtr Co., Au
truMta Maine rw'vl
1-entt Wanted for "OUR llinillf" ))
J ".t isautd, wmnniin in priiiuratmn hy ablait 0
piiical icholar. Ouiitr Maps of every 8tte and Terrl
ii i y in colori, made expreiRly. hnwfng sverv Railroad nnd
every important Town. Iluaiitirully llluilrated. IBIS
rpe PsBci. Hulli t.?6 and fo.OO. Telle all about
Mtmnpr, Firmiun, Hunitetead, Kallroud and other Landi;
1 raiiipnrtation. Prices; Hoeial, Kdncatinnnl and Rtlliiuas
nilltinni Natlonlitia repreienledi Climate. Hoili, Pro
rin-ti. Herdu Wnrea. all Tradei and ProfMilona; liereaa
til" nnd ManiifaoturiDR Bninesi; all MaUitira, Areaei
lliiftifulli; AUnitolia. Britinh Colombia. AUika, Teiaa
every eectlon beyond the MlMlliippi. eelli to every ela
find xecurva (ho ni nit unquall fled ndoneinenti, Rnbftan
ImIIt hound. 10 inchei in Irnfrth and over T In width, out
i ! Wii'MiT". tdrtti Us A It IK V, (jAHSSTIUM tfeOOw
, t M. Fvortfa Huiti. Pa.la4a.yala, J,
WHITE BrlONZE MONUMENTS.
I desire to know what the trouble is with the Bronze
Monuments thai certain partM are nbltifed to carry a
niece of zi ue with tln-ru r'pres'utitiK that the appear
ance ou i lie surtuce was raus.-d by the arlion of the
.iiH-w.-uri,-, "u i, ! fiiti'iii fi win iiroiiKf Mnnu
tuuts, claim ib ansolutHy faNe. Thert forc I challemre
an v tierson liiivltur a iiiicn oUmpin hiiHMiuUUui..n
iisiriK it as ab we repreaented, to prove the truth of his
AARON BANCROFT, General Agent,
The following reward is offered In (rood faith by our
The Monumental Bronze Company of Bridgeport
Connecticut makes the lollowiuir statement: itwh,
uwrc wwn mj etaie mat ii any person can proditre a
echutist ot larwe experience, and wtdcly known to be
... u-.a.u. ,r ,,,, ni, , uHdcri iimi renneucaat zin
is not .ouo ol the most euduriinr of all k .own m nri-i
W Utl 1,:,,n11 "f llie weather, we will ive
. v ",''7 yi pariy wno win mm
sin b a man. Now, marble and irranite men, pnduce
your man or hold your ieace or. what is better. m
board our ear or pniarreas and ride with us, for there Is
-..r-- .... ,,,,, unrui-marH auurea
0..J W. t. It Alt LOW.
JC06 Broadvrfty, ,NfW Vork Vity
Have You Daughters to Edncate ?
Bend for our new
AMD RKPOBT OT THE LATI
HIRAM 0RCUTT, A. M.
COUNP prevent enjoyment- domestic and reliirious.
try Dr. Bruno' Sure Corn Cure. At Bascom's.
CORN a -The worst brmcnts knnwnOet Dr. Brltnrs
Mure Corn Cure, (ireat success. At Base mi's.
COKNH. Bunions, Bad Nails, Ac, cured hv nstntf Dr.
BriKKs' Sure Com Cure. Try It. At Bascom's.
Piles arimvo of dl,-nmfort to inllllona - lTne Pr.
Brlifffa'a Pile Romeilliia. Frank H. Uaarom'a.
Pilfa Internal, hlce'llnv anil llrlnnir-4'urpd. Try
Dr. BriAca'PilaUaiiiMlun. at Frank H Baacom'a.
Pile ran iManneilHy cured by ulnvaa directed Dr.
BriKKa' Pile Heniodiea. At (rank It. Uaacum'a.
Pilea are danireroua.aunr uo nio-e Oet Dr. Driirifa1
Pile Uemedlea, the boat. At Frauk H. tlaarom'a.
HEADACHE & NEURALGIA
Brlirpra' Alleviator -Greater eure kown for Headache
aud NeuraUia. At Fri.iik H. Itaacoiu'a.
Br,lK,il,ty!t?r 'urea Headache and Neuralxia.
At Frauk H. UaHcuiuV
Brlirira'Allevlahir will cure Headache tt Neuralirla
every time. Nold at Frank 11. llaaom'a.
Bri(nra"Allevlt..r never falln t.i cure Hcadai'he and
Neuralirla if imed aa directed
.Suldby FllANK It. BASIMM. Mnntieller. Vt.
5 a nrwistpw1tli omr
R. IT. EDDY,
No. 76 Statest., opposite Kilby, Boston
Hecurea PatenU In the nolted Htatea; al.i In tire
Hritaln. r rauce and other foreitrn coimtrlea r'nttie.
of the claims of any Patent tulhfM$ti
one dollar . Assiariiments rocorrtert at Washimr ton. No
Aofnov tn tht, (niterf State pom tuiXrUirfarill
ttfjor obtafntna ftnl or tvuvrtatninv the iatmta
biliiv of iHMfUiwu. B. H. EtlV, Solicitor of i-aUnts.
" I retrard Mr. Eddy as one of the vu)nt capable and
motfjirul practitioners with whom I have hid Toittcia)
CiiAH. MAHON. Commlialoner of Patents,"
"Inventors cannot employ a person more trust
worthy or more capable at xX-nr-tn ri,Ai.T.r V'1',1
DM,i-,i?l?MfJV3Ld5ratln" Ptut Office.
mmm.- vaaU,i.vc,uiumiHsionroi t'tenta.M
Boston, October & 1870.
ITR. H. KDDT, W-DearHlr: Tou procured for m
lu lim my Brst t.atent. Siuee then yoi hive ac'Sfl for
aiidadvtsed rae.il Iim.drc.ls of caaea, and Prwufld
oiauv patents, reissues ami i J.. "r,u
stouallv employe I the best Hroncles ' in New York"
ruiiaueinuia aua nasniuirton. un 1 ,1111 " . " T
m net the whole of mv huainua tn in. V y w.u
via otbftrs to u rloy you.
Every day at noon, precisely, after April 4th, a
Balloon aix ft-et hifrli will be rt-lenw d from the
top of Onk Hall, Boston, and a reward of a mlt of
clothes will be paid to llie hoy who capture it and
returns It to Boston. We also giv to every cut.
tomer in our hoya' department, an Inflated i'ariiian
Balloon, 90 ceutimeu-ra In iltatiicterl
Tbe stock of Men's and Boys' Spring aii.l Sura
mer Suits and Bpriiiif Overcoats is complt-te, at.l
aurpaaaes in variety and general excellence all
former displays. In three hundred New Knitiaiid
towns and cities we are represented hv eatabiitil.ed
Agents. In whose hand a full lines of HprtiiK aiid
fiurotner Samples will be found, and with whom
our trade can confidently deal.
When you go to Boston be sure and vlnit Ouk
Mall the famous, one-price, reliable CMIiing
Ham plea and rules for self measure sent to any
6. W, SIMMONS & SON,
32 to 44 North Street, Boston,
The oldeet Clothing Houae In New England.
2 i n.
r I s
j 3 I WA u
M s r g Yn S
k, h t as P. .
A S O
g a.;. i
T3E LARGEST STOCK OF
FIXISHED AND CXF1MSIIKH
Now selling off at COST al
CohVa MarVAe NVotVs
ST. JOHNSBURY ACA1M
Affordsauperioradvantane f"r a
LATIN and ENGLISH , nr ENdl.ISil and si'IF-STI-FI0
all other uwdful a'plmn-'a f"r Hi.- ,r:V ,',.1
Board In famlliea. iu cluh, and ro.ttn I r - 'I' ' ' '
in Fail term for liiii Ittiui n it ;n. I- -r I ir.n"
nartlenlara or catalogue ad m t n the iin:..-!P';i
rMlitl U. T, FULLKIt. St . JjUii-l'Urv. M-
deahrua, trade -mark a ,
ilif ir cntui'i'ti tun-. "V ,nr
menta . I nter Terences , A f peats r" f " VY'ri T
nientH aud all caaee arlsinw uiitiei lite f A
LAW8,promptl) tteude to
INVENTIONS THA'JHAVI l.lN
patentedby ua. BelttKooaltt' thr I al'1; 1 11 ,,r.
rau raakeolnaer ae.ri-bea and m-.-ur. ,flv, Bl .hi
promptly.aod with broader 'laiuia.tlian ni' i-
wreremoter roni waabuiKtou.
Fend nt. J
we make examination, frtr ot c-fturu'1 ,J'',
aatopateDtahitity . Allcorreaponih io '; "Z... m
fl.leiitla I'rloea low, and NO 1'IIAM-r ' ' '
PATENT IS SECI'HK.U. , ., , n
We refer to otll.'lal. In the Patent tu"; ' ",.
lleuta in every state of tbe I Hl"i'. 1,11,1
enator aud Keirenentatlve In Ci'inrrea". i
f.renceav lvea wheudeMred Addrcm,
0. A.lHNOW ro.
I fl H"itt PaUntOlHer ti'lt'""'""