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O. M. TINKMAM, Id I tor.
All wmmanleatloBt for thMlnmtMaold ba
nt to th. lltot. Mr. O. M. TINHA. S. Pom
pie, writ on on aid. of th piper onlr.ln noli
nam or Initial an Ton Iah published, but (In
your nu hams aud uraiu,ra offlcOonntj anil
do well to ee tbo Herald). The barbari
ties of war seem more barbarom eren than
uiual, when one eei account of the burn
ing and pillage carried on there. May
heaven preserve our land in peace.
The Judevlne Hill
(So called, we suppose, to emphasize its
entire independence to other sorts of divine
laws and justice), is Just now receiving
gome considerable attention from various
papers in the state. An incident of late
occurrence has brought the matter home
to this community. A few days tince
Uriah Howe and wife of Moretown were
on their way to St. Johnsbury for the pur
9se of visiting a married daughter, and
bid nearly reached East Cabot by way of
Vvs Molly Brook road when the dorse be
came frightened by a woodchuck and
sheered off to the side of the road. He
told his wife to leap out, whioh she did
with little injury, no, howover, was
thrown out down an embankment and be
came entangled In the lines. While in
this helpless condition his horse was rear
ing and plunging about him, and finally
struck him iu the breast and killed him,
probably instantly. There was no guard
rail and the road at that point and many
others in the vicinity was in a deplorable
condition. And what Is said of this piece
of road may truly be said of other portions.
We know of uiilos of road along White
liivor banks where any like accident
would seem to mean certain death banks
of twenty or thirty fect nearly perpendicu
lar down to tho river.entlrely without rail
iug or with but an apology forone.and with
tho raids ia tho worst condition wc ever
saw them. But what is tho odds. What
is a valuablo life, or a few brokon limbs.
the town is not liable for its criminal care
lessness, and a few dollars aro snvc.l in
The following communication in the
l'-ascx couuty Jlcrald, fully endorsed by
tho editor of that paper, shows how the
law works In that section of the stalo:
".Vr. Editor: This being tho Year for
our legislature to meet, is it uot about
time to begin to uiscim tuo action uus
legislature should take in rogartl to soiuo
of the acts of its prodcocssors ? For in
stance the law relating to highways which
the assembled wisdom of 1880 ooncocted
with so much pains and labor. Lot the
voters of tho state candidly look the mat
ter over and see whether this law is prov
ing beneficial to the community at large
in providing bettor roads at less expense,
or is by the neglect of towns in repairing
their highways, laying the foundation for
many accidents, much discomfort in trav
oling, and large expense in the future As
a specimen oi lue worKiuga ui tuts mw,
we would refer any one anxious for infor
mation to the highway leading from Island
Pond, through Morgan, east of Seymour
Lake to Holland. A hard, bad rond and
poorly repaired always, its condition now
is a QiBgrace to any civuikhu cuiiituuiiy.
The Watchman which with us opposed
the adoption of tho law oommente as fol
lows: "Undoubtedly many towns are conscien
tiously caring for their roads, but the gon
cral tendency of the new law undeniably
is to foster negligence and carelessness;
and because this is its practical working
and, that under it life and limb are more
unsafe, tho demand for its ftspeal secim to
he general and emphatic.
"Direct pecuniary responsibility for the
reasonable safety of travelers seems to be
the only wholesome and effective suasion
which will avail to keep the public roads
in a measurably safe condition; and this
requirement, protected by every possible
check upon abuse and Imposition, should
be restored with the restoration of the old
law and its sensible methods of taking
care of the highways of tho s'.u'e. Tho
new law is especially unjust to strangers
traveling tho roads, particularly at nij;ht.
They cannot be expected to know of even
unguarded embankment, of every ro;tM,
water way, or of the many o'hur "insulli
cioncios" of which local or tlnily puni-i?
may be familiar. Railways are bold tn :i
strict accountability for all darnugos to
life, limb or property received upon their
lines, notwithstanding tho extraordinary
precautions taken to prevent accident ; and
yet the state has said by legislative enact
mcnt that the towns, exercising little or
no care over their roads, shall be respon
sible only for damages which may lesult
from imperfections in bridges of not less
than eight feet span. Sauce for the goose
should oertainly bo sauce for the mitiikr,
even when the gander happens to be a
sovereign state, and it is possible that a
test of the validity of tho law releasing
towns from responsibility may be Drotigin
before a court of competent jurisdiction
At all events, tho legislation had at the
Mission of 1880 in regard to highways and
bridges is wrong in principle, bungling
mul inellicient iu business methods, ami
olio of the earliest acts of the next legisla
tu io should be to correct this serious mis
carriage of its prodoccssor."
Our readers, and all who value justice
and life and limb more than a few cents
paid in taxes, should see that a man is sent
to the next legislature from their respec
tive towns who will do his utmost to repeal
so odious and unjust a law, nnd pass ouo
which shall secure for tho traveling public
reasonably safe and comfortable roads.
Wc havo recoived from A. W. (Jheevei ,
Kl , the editor of the Now England Farm
er, a pamphlet containing his pnpor on
growing and feeding forage crops in New
Kngland, which is embodied in tho report
of the secretary of the Massachusetts board
of agriculture. Coming from liro. Clieev-
er's pen and brain it Is, of courso, a good
practical paper and correspondingly valu
I am in favor of small farms. The
greater part of the farmers in this section.
and in every otner place wnero i nave
been, hold too much land to get tho most
satisfactory returns therefrom. A man
should have no more land than he has
capital to work successfully; but some
men seem to minx mai nniess iney nave
at least one hundred acres, they can do
nothing at farming. I have known some
men with twenty-five or thirty acres to say
they had not land enough to do anything
with; and so they lust plant a little corn,
a few potatoes, and cut what little grata
there is and work out some. Now if some
other men bad these aorcs they could get
a good living from them, and in a few
years have a nice stock of cattle about
them, and the farm would be a paying one.
Skill and high culture are the secrets of
success to the farmer, and not the number
of acres be possesses ; but some seem to
act on the principle that the more land
they have the better. How it tne money
that goes to purchase more land were in
vested in improvements on me lanu al
ready owned, it would usually be the
wisest of the two things to be done. "A
little farm well tilled," etc. f. n. i.
Corning, N. Y.
Advantages of Tile Drainase.
A Bystoni of thorough tile drainage is
being very generally adopted by many of
the progressive and enterprising farmers
of some of the older settled western states.
Its advantages in a wet season like the
present are most apparent. Tho farmer
can, by a judicious system of drainago and
thorough tillage on his rich bottom lands,
easily protect his business from either ex
treme, wet or aronin, ana ne can inane
his soil warmer, his crop-growing season
longer; he can arrange to work uis ground
quicker after rains, ana" get ahead of the
weeds, instead oi weeds gelling aneau oi
biin. thereby keeoine the crowing crop
clean easier and with less labor, which
means cheaper that is, bigger profits.
The advantages of tile drainage are thus
summed up in an exchange by an Illinois
1. It prevents any possible damage
from flooding or excessive rains.
2. It enables one to work laud sooner
after rains almost immediately, whore
thero is a not work of tile.
3. It is equally as good a protection
fromtheotber extreme excessive drought
in sovoral ways.
4. It lengthens the season for lahor nnd
vegetation by rondorlng the soil earlier in
spring, nnd keeping oil tho effects of cold
weather longer in mo uu.
5. It deepens the surface soil and les
sens its cooling by evaporation.
It prevents surface washing by draw
ing the water down through tho soil as fast
as it rails (.eventually;, inereoy aiso socur
ing the benefit of whatever fertilizing ma
terial it oontains.
7. It enables the soil also to receive a
larger supply of tho fertilizing gasos of the
atmosphere (carbonic acid and ammonia),
because more open and porous for passage
8. It promotes line tilth by rendering
tho soil more friable, and becomes mellow
as a garden bed for crop3.
0. It diminishes evaporation, thus rais
ing tho temperature of the soil, nnd warms
the lower portions of the subsoil.
10. It prevents the heaving out of grain,
lessening the chance of winter killing.
11. It prevents land from becoming
sour, and replaces stagnant wntor with
life-giving air and warmth to the plants.
12. It facilitates the chemical action by
which the constituents of the soil are pre
pared for plant food, and by which its
mechanical texture is also improved.
13. It lessens the formation of a hurt
ful crust on the surface after rains in hot
H. It fieilitulos tho hauling of loads
over the field, and renders land less liable
to injury from tlio treading of cattle.
15. lifaciliiates the destruction of weeds,
because the soil, becoming inoro friable,
does not cling in a mass to their roots
when torn np in cultiva ion, nnd the soil
is worked easier as well as far more
thoroughly with less effort.
16- it preserves a rnoro equal degree
t)f moisture in tho soi! nndor all circuin-
unices, since it not onlv rendeis it- satu
ration with water impossible, but keeps it
in such a condition of pulverization that in
limes of drought it absorbs moisture by
capillary attraction from the air thus en
abled to pass UiioukIi it (from the soil
upwards), nnd never becomes patched and
baked as in the case of undra n id lands.
17. It removes all malaria.
18. Lastly, it reduces farming from a
business of uncertain meagre prolit to or,e
of absolutely certain and lucrative profit.
Finally, wuua we renect timt land thor
oughly tiled will every year produce a
heavier and cheaper cultivated crop than
well untiled land under the most favorable
season that may happon, why delay to
adopt it? Experience has shown that
tweuty-hve to ono Hundred per cent prolit
it riaizi'd in judicious expenditure for tir
ing, nnd that the increased protil for the
se son will repay the entire cost o. thor
oughly tilling a tract of land, therefore a
permanent investment (to that amount)
What investment is more lucrative than
that of the farmer?
Dr. Fowler says that Baptist missions
have had as many converts in one year as
the wholo church had in tho first seventy
five years of its existence.
health and avoid sickness.
Instead of feeling tired and
'.-.oni out, instead of aches
,m 1 pains, wouldn't you
rather foci fresh and strong?
You can continue feeling
miserable and good for no
thing, and no one but your
self can find fault, but if you
are tired of that kind of life,
you can change it if you
. How? By getting "one
battle of Brown' Iron Bit
TEits.and taking it regularly
according to directions.
ManalicM, Ohio, Nov. rf, 1801.
Gentlemen I have luffered with
pain in my side and back, and great
Will be paid for the detection and convic
tinn of anv Dei-son iolline or dealing in
any bogus, counterfeit or imitation Hop uurrk-oiturai Department
niTTFiu.Mneclallv Bitten or preparations 1
with the word Hop or Hops in their name The Agricultural Ed Iter Chastised.
or connects tnerewiin. uMiuwuienuoa u x- M, -,,, T h..--. ..u.
those barbarous nations, and does suggest
that "It is only among eivilifod and
We lnni. lor this column etmlributkma from our ,:, ,ht women are relieved
ladr reader, ts nak It nek aa ahaU be of vama , ... n,,. ;,
and mtereet to tbem. Anr topie of domeeoe eeoaomr I from the hardest kinds or labor. BUI it
which mr eomre lteolf to them may be dumwl ' , a, to be according 10 the
andwelwpeUiUfeetuMwWproT.mcoeatfal.and.il 1"" ,,,
additional .unction to our reader eternal fitness of things that women are
Contributions ehouid be amino the Ednor of lb. the housekeepers, and they as a class win
be relioved from the severest kindsol worE
just in proportion as the nation to which
mislead and cheat the public, or for any
any form, pretending
to be the same as iloP Bitterii. Ine
you napping! I have always supposed
editors were set up as a tort of physical
to be me same as uu '. "" and intellectual guide-board to point out
genuine have c uster of Greek Hops ihe lQ nj hnmbl(J peglri(inin life.s
--- 1 tfon nai
preparation put in any -'leDU'DB Editors were set np as a sort of physical
. k:,. l.Kni me way 10 us numoio pwuBBtrictua uu mo a
(notice this) printed on the wh. 0 label. he a, iDted
toPf'dKSIJ3 the same way; but I shall pin my faith
earth, especially for f"'"d on no editorial sleeve after this. Here
Nervous Diseases. Beware of al I others. advocating in this house-
m&??JftoJ?2l hold department the idea that out-of-door
nrnno rtfi-nTna nnh lannrl in Daners or tor 1 ... .
r--. -- , . ew0rci,e and labor for women was ereany
they belong becomes civilized and refined
and will became what we can see among
our American women, refined in nature,
delicate in conduct and feeling, but useful,
sensible, and not the coarse, mascnline
being ono sees among the women one
meets from some eastern countries.
nlfl. aa thflv are frauds and swindles
Whoever deals In any dui mo.genuine win
HOI BITTEKS lure).
fm30w3 Rochester, N. Y.
1 mv .reast. with 1
ns all through my body, at-
sureness on nr
timut.l with Rrcat weaknesf , depres
iun of spirit., and lose of appe
tite. I have taken several different
medicines, and was treated by prom
inent physicians for my liver, kid
neys, una spleen, but I got no relief.
1 thought 1 would try Drown'. Iron
Ktlers; I have now taken one bottle
pnd .1 half and am about welt pain
i.i si te and back alt gone soreness
oil cut of my breast, and I have a
good appetite, and am gaining in
sirMinihand flesh. It can justly be
called iackittgcf mtdicinti.
John K. Allendbr.
Brown's Iron Bitters is .
composed of Iron in soluble
form; Cinchona the great
tonic, together with other
standard remedies, making
a remarkable non-alcoholic
Ionic, which will cure Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Malaria,
Weakness, and relieve all
Lung and Kidney diseases.
fif3r FOR BLOOD, BRAIN AND
lv",ltr rvA flrrpprn.TOH nutritive nmrji-
GDTfi, B1CH IN PHOSPHATES AND NOT
A CHBAP, ALCOHOXJG D&LNK..4) mgniy
reoommended by Chemists and Phyalauuwa.
A POSITIVE TONIO, ALWAYS
ACCEPTABLE ANU KLia.L.i
a. It doe. not itlmul.te the brain or lrriteta
the system and leave deleterious r fleets, on
the contrary , it furnishes just that which la
neoessary to tbe brain, strengthen, and quiete
the nerves, purine, the heart'e blood, and
thereby mskos only the best flesh, hone and
muscle, fr a. svorK. svonaere. Bluing
NERVOT4 and GENERAL DEBILITY,
MALARIA, DYSPEPSIA, INSOMNIA.
Frodaoese healthy action of the Liver and
Kidneys, fortifying- in. system against tne
mlasxnaUo Influences, and wlU be found In
valuable in all pulmonary and bronchial difll.
oultles. DELICATH FEMALES, NtrBSTNO
MOTHERS and WEAKLY CHILDREN oan
And no remedy equal to title healthful blood
and nerve food tonic. C sri-or sale by all Drug
gist.. 6I.C0 per bottle. Prepared only by
uniEAT ItTTTERS CO..
OfUce 18 Park Place, N.w York City.
to be desired for its beneficial effects on The Benefit ok Kal';uter. Nothing
tbe health and spirits of the weaker sex, on 6aith can smile but the race of man.
and regretting that some of yoar corres- Gems may flash reflecting light, but what
pondenls oonld not suggest some practica- ja a diamond n tsn comparmi wuu
hla mflttind nf hrlncinrr about ch a n..h n,i mirth flash? Flowers cannot
desirable result, and now, in your " Ksm- stuile; there is a charm which even they
hlinrr Talk." vnn lull ns that Ton have iust I ., Malm. Itlrtls cannot smile, nor can
seen your fine theory practically illustrated, an, living thing. It is the prerogative of
and ugh! the editor does not like it a bit. man. It is oolor wmcn love wears ana
" Another tnmg we saw wnion we nave cheerfulness and joy tnese luree. 11
never seen in Vermont, thank fortune a tne ijht in the window of the face, by
woman in a srang or men taking ner which the heart sigiUes 10 lamer, uiuikuiu
rp-nlnr row with them boelns corn." n,i frionrl that he is at heme and waiting.
" At another nlace we saw women weed- a fn ihat cannot smile dries upon the
ing a large field of onions; down on their gtaik- Lioghter is day and soWriety is
knees poking along natural as me. wen. 1 Etitzlit. and a smile is tne iwmgtu mat
we suppose that is one phrase of 'women s hovers ccntlv between both, and is more
rights.' hat we don't like it all the same, rsmariicliinir than either.
though if they like it perhaps we nave no
DUSiness 10 oompiain. " iron, our traitor
isn't tbe first man who has been disgusted
with the d radical working or nis own
theory, bnt isn't it rather hard on the
ladies of the " household department"
who, in obedience to liis former teachings,
have been trvine to improve our constitu
tions bv imorovinir our Hardens, to raise
oar spirits by raising potatoes and beans.
to nave mm go back on us and uis lorrner
theory, and tell ns that he "don tlike it?''
Sucli is tne influence 01 custom ana
prejudice on the mind that I have no
iloubt II taose women naa oeen " aown on
iheir knees" weeding fluwer betls in their
rout yards, instead of a field of onions.
or daintily wieitung a croquet, mauei
instead of a hoe the editorial sensibilities
ould have received no shock, t.ui instead
we fcminlnes would havo received a dis
sertation on the beauty and hcallufulnes:
if out-of-door exercise.
MB OSCAR CRAloa Blown np by a Premature Blast
In tbe Rosendal. cement Qn.rry-DE.sr RUC
TION of .nEYE-Itasnowoesisssei""
.1 by snraical Operation.
Mr.OscrOralwa.fore-ntnl a eemont quarry
.tRoaend.le.ClsterCo..S.Y. Bran ctpto.ion on.
day In the qo.rry b. Io.! an ye lot It toLlly. I Oder
the impression that the mttter was less aerlons tbe
local physician told Mr. uralM mat ui. si. - -lost
wbolly.but conld be saved by treatment. The ei-
nerlmf nt was tried and : failed- Worse remained be
hind, for he w.s in danirer of lotlnn tbe other alw.
thronun .ymp.tbetlc lnfl.mmation. In tblsHtralt ne
consulted Dr. David Kennedy. 01 n ,u-i ,us. . . .. -told
him the Injured eye must be taken out to aave the
other. TothlsMr. CraiMdemurrea. ana wens -
home in doubt. HI. local pnyaician siu. "- "
York " To New York tbe i.atlent went, and one of the
mostemlnentoculwuilnthe country, hevinir looked
at the case Mid: " You b.ve lost one eye enure.,.
back and do what you can to save the other. ' B nen
Dr Kennedy removed the Injured eye aua
Mr Craura-wlth 'Kennedy's Favorite Remedy" to
build uptbe system, aud thl result was .uocessfnl.
Dr. Kennedy's trr at success as sou. .
the use of " Favorite R meay in toe r
a,. , trouhled with Dyspepsia, I.lver Complaint.
c.tr. inn or derangement of the ivmneys j
,,. . If.nnu i", "i- Avoriie ivt-Mieti
.'t vou. Dr. Kennedy's " favor
Rem ed ," f or sa le by all dnws-ists.
Central Yermont Mmi '
Commencing ifonilay, Ju'y 17, 11072
TRAINS OOISO BOUTH AND EAHT WILL ...
MOMTPEUEU AH FOLLOWS:
8 50 1. If "A'1-fmniSt.Albanaenrt Burllnrtrm
O.OU a. MaDche-ter, Ss"
Worr-eater, Lowell bot.,n. Fit, liT,,,.,
Hprtoirrield, New Louan and Stw
12'40 P U MMITED EXPRESS, from Montr.sl
i"..()den.l..ir,sn.lth. West, for BStS,
Fool For plants.
For produrinr flowers nd
vitforou (mw h.U lino('(,nai
.,wfn,BtAt fnr Fciiri.iincl
lwi does sll Plfimwi for it.
ipHitiiilli dsi tedtur bom-
..i.nl. nr irsrilpninir. iriVilllT
bealtby (rrowth and oun(lj.nt
Over He.orw pscka-r1 coin ,n
IR81. Awarded the int'dal at tbe
Werhamri' Fair in Ito ton.
put up Id packoKes at 10 ana
31 cents eacu.
For Hale by PUTNAM A MARVIN, Montpelier. Vt.
A MONTH FOH
, i...i'.f I'TTl'ltUtn
IMtHtit LIU Li. ar,A Truth Virionoun."
t n a..tAti.,T t,la a miraculous cure oi
one of the worat eases of sku d l",J';',".n-l,'
patient is . mau forty eara ..Id: had u,ff.rJ"i:
A 0TED BUT UNTITtEB WwlUK.
From Ike Boston Slots. a
of twelve different physicians, who prescrlBeu inc
".r..n?ll.e.8. ""ST. ate'Varsaoartiia
etc. Had 'laid 5J . for medH .I treatment with bat
You av, " if ihey like it. perhaps we iiyi.rt'ifnltornX,d the ccTtcona a,i cbt..
no husine3 to complain." Anil U.'?KiSM,Si''Si:
lilt-V don't like, I suppose it ig tlleir right parts'of his biy, which Presented II '"f'f'X1'
.. r t... t, i aiM'earance, is no e...
snntvMH Ihat hfV like it because tllev do has now been cured twelve mouths.
it. NecesBiiv knows no law of likes aud ""i" .H. drown. E.i..Barnweii.s. c.
How many women cook, scrub
nni,tr NEB BOHR m iu, uwiu-
uVirKt n nk s RWOItD. Everbodv w.nts it Low
Vilovl 180 K. Adam. St.. (Jhicao,Ill
ll Kirs, wtsh dishes and mend dilapidated SCROFULA SORE.
.artnents bicauso they like it, do you
supposeP It must be done and the; do u
is nil tbero is about it.
' Bv tho way, wo wonder how it hap
Dcncd that when man and woman first
I took up the job of running the business of
line world, ana nave ioiiowea it nown
llev I)r. . tn dotaillu Ins eipertence witn tne
n..u.,.,u .i.i that through utvtne itovi-
deuce one et hts p. isbioiiers was curen 11 . .cn,iuioue
Fo?1c"mRSvSt internally: and CctkW and
OUTicritA.ap externally the poison that had fed
the disease was completely drtvou out.
alone, that the women took the housework . 'Mh??. Sbh tuSont to i Vaemu
Happening to bo nt the fnrui of ex (iov.
Smitli tho other day wo obsnrretl tliat ho
had divitlod his two largo silo? on the
home farm by a partition across, making
f jur instead of two. This will give a more
rapid filling of the pit ami a better proser
vation of a portion while the other is being
fed. The partition is built of boards about
uiv inehni nrirlo ltllil rlnorn nnd n.ilnrf tn.
Kothor. They are smeared with coal tar ll'rJi'.-i0..!:..:
! Kroin l-'rank LetHe HluttrateA Seirspaper.
A LADY SAID
" I'lt.wc ll'ni(l 1'iiiiplos ! N,,T cann.it k . I'la:
J'roscnt .My Kxcushs."
rrob.tbly two thirds of the laditts
society and homos ol our land are afflicted
with skin diseases of various kinds, to d
away with, which, if it could be done with
out injury, would be tho happiest event of
their lives. Then sho would havo instead
of a disfigured nnd marred countenance,
one that would lie handsomo, or :it least
eood-lookinji, for any ono with a clear.
puro sKin, no matter wnat tne cut of her
features arc, has a certain niuouut of good
longs wuien attraot everyoouv. As It
now, she imagines everyone sees and talks
ahonf'tnose freckles." "those horrid nitu
pies," Bnd other blemishes with which
she is afflicted, and this is true of either
To improve this .ippearuneo great risks
aro taken; arsenic, mercury, or hi"
sound titled named articles contninin
these death dealing drugs, are taken
hopes of getting rid of all these troubles
In many eases, deatn Is the result. X
before nailing, and after it is completed it
is plastered on both sidos with cement,
lie has also built down on tho Point Farm
six moro silos in the same manner ns tbe
partitions above desoribed. We shall at
soma future day not far distant inspect
thorn carefully, and give a full description
of them, with cost of construction, etc., and
tho results of his feeding last season.
Tho war In the oast still goes on aud
with laint prospoot of a spoedy conclusion.
While It may not materially affetit tho
gathering of orops this season, war Is al
ways waste, and this will help to keep up
prices for our magnlficont whoat crop
the largest, we think, ever grown in the
country. With a favorable harvest the
crop will be simply enormous. Wo read
tho news from the seat of war with much
interest in our Boston Daily Herald, which
gives early and full accounts of tho opera
tions iu the cast, (and by the way, our
rcadors wanting au enterprising, fearless,
ifutspoken daily at a inn It-rate price, will
Cures Dvsnerjsia, Nervous Affec
tions, General Eebility, Fever and
. . t :
iigne, Jraraiysis, tiiromc manama,
Eoils, Uropsy, uumors, i emaie i-oin-tlaints.
Liver Complaint, Remittent
Ffivev. and all diseases originating
iu a bad State of the Blood, or
ftccomnanied bv Debility or c lofl
State of the System.
nctfftUflMt action tho MTEG, BOWELS
and KlDNIfl S at the giuns time.
tumius It cihuh ihft avatem of thapoiaon-
oua humor that develop in juaney no u n-
ntvry Slafltuet. DiUouineo, iunaio, womh.
p.Hon,PUi, or In Bhtiimatiim, Neur..Tie,
Nervous SUorden and Fem-Je Complnnt.
WHAT PEOPLE 0A7 f
n CirA.iF .lunntlnn Cltr. KaTlM.
avu, Kidney-Wort cured him after regular Vhj
Hi(iijii liftd bMD trvins for four yefcrs.
as r.r WoaTilnnrnn. 1 q O. iT
her hoy WMiflven tip to die by four prominent
tihyslclani and Uial U9 we uwrwatiw sui --j
M. M. u. oooawin, an eairor in towuon, vh.
oRT-hewainot eipected to He, being bloeteu
imniui imllf. hut Kidney-Wort cured mm.
Anna L. Jarrett of South Salirn, N. Y., laysl
that Bevea yearneulTerlnd from kidney trouble;
nnd other conipUcaliviu ehdeU by the UN of
I K idnev-Wort.
JohnB.Uwrenceof Jftrltdon, Tenn., mlTerert
Kidner-wort maue uim uku
Mlclia"! Goto of tomiiT wmfr. vr-
ill as ever."
LIVER CON1H.LAIN 13,
OAMAtinAtinn and Piles.
wi. i. Tit. nn ii Drt Tetre table Form Id
tlncann, otic parViaft.of which make ill QuarM
oentratcd, for thoie that caiuiot readily pre-
I rar n net wit h taual tffleieneu tn tither form.
GET IT ATTIIE DRUGOIBia. rjuus, vi.vv
1VEM.S. ltlCIIAUDSOS A Co., Prop'e.j
(WmaendthedrTpoeVpeld.) blilihhtuh, t.
Ifrtm. Editor .
the abiive id a good HkcneH of Mr. Lydla E. Tinlf.
ham, of Lynn, Masa,, who above all other human belngi
ma v be truthfully called the ' 'Dear Friend of Wonum,"
ax some of her coireipondenn love to tail her. She
is walouMy devoted to her work, whlrh la the outcome
of a life-ttudy, and 1 obllpred to keep six lady
awistants, to help her answerthe large correBpondence
vrhleh daily poure in upon hrr, each bearing its opecial
burden of nuiTrrtnar, or j"y at release from It. Her
Vegetable Compound is a medicine for good and not
eril purpoaei. I have personally Investigated it ana
run natlsfled of the truth of tills,
On account of its proven merits, it is recommended
and DreRcribed by thebest physician In tho country.
One biitb! "It wurku like a elu-rm nnd aavos much
Haiti It will cure entirely the worst form of falling
.of tho uterus Leueorrhcea, Irregular and puinful
MsnBiriiBtinn. all Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and
Ulceration. Flooding!-, nil Uisplaccincnta andthecon-
neiuent n)inal weakness, and ta especially adapted to
the Change of Life."
It pprmentee every portion of ( he pystein, and givefl
new life and vigor, it removes raintnens, iiatuiency,
dPrtrova all craving for (stimulant!., and relieves weak-
nen of the stomach. It cures Bloating, Headache.,
KVrvouaProetration, General Debility, SieeplessneM,
DepresBion nnd Indigestion. That feeling of bearing
(inwn.pauBlntrnain. weight and backache, i alwayt
wrmnnentlT cured by Us unr. It will at all times, and
under all circumstances, act In ha.-ii.ony with tlic law
thnt ernvemB the female pysteni.
Tt pc.arnnlv i. ner bottle or six for 15., and is Bold hf
drnggiftn. Any advice required nu to apcrta! canes, and
ihe names of many who have been restored to perfect)
health by the use of the Vegetable Compound, can ba
malned by addressing Mre. 1, win sump ir repiy,
r hor lmme inLvnn. Mass. a
For Kidney Complaint of either pci this compound is
nsnrpaased as abundant teatimonials enow.
'r-L Plnkhain'iiUverPillB." anya one writer, ' are
hMf tn the. irorld for the cure of Constipation,
Biliousness and Torpidity of the liTer. Her Blood
Purifier worka wonders in its special line and bide fait
tn mi ual the CoroDOund In ita popularity.
All muBt respect her u an Angel of Mercy whete tei4
ambition Is to do good to others,
Philadelohia. Ta. IV) -rt. A. . .
-tbe cooking and making and mending wM'gfk FST8SS
nHJ nh nff Htihiuina MS rF ulnurinrr I ""J'-'B". 7...nii nnA i-rtTniiHi anil t t TI-
and hoeinn and pulline benni. Uome to ir ,'i:sStia.'.v.r:
think of It that is an idoa we would like les. M.nuiLBi-.ta south St., Baltimore
to have soiue of 'tbe long-bairrd men oi
153 DOWNS' ELIXiR.ESSSFi
N. H. DOWNS'
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Inaamuiation, Koagh thcly Kruptlons ot
any kind, Diseases of the Hair and Scalp
boroluia, uicors, rimpies or lender itch
ings on any part of the body, should know
that tnore is none lor tucm in a sure
perfect nnd elegant remedy, known
" Dr. C. W. Benson's Skin Cure." It
makes tbe skin white, soft and smooth,
removes tan and freckles, and is the best
toilet dressing in tho world. It is elegant
ly put up, two bottles in one package,
consisting of both internal aid external
treatment. Our readers should be sure to
get this and not some old remedy resusci
tated on tbe success of Dr. Benson's and
now advertised as ' Tbe Great Skin Cure.'
There is only one- It bears the Doctor's
picture and is for sale by all druggists. $1
HAH OFTEN UKF.N MADE
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S CONSUMPTION ?r
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CO tion of tho membrane which covers the Luugs;
SB then an inflamation, when the cough 1. rather m
5 dry, local feTer,and the pulse more frequcnt,thc
Cy cheek! flushed aud chills more common. This
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namotime roducus the fever. Itisfreofrum
atrongopiate and astringent articles, whiL-harc
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Hnnry's Itsrbrtllr Halve heals burns,
Henry's Csrliollr Hslve rures sorrs.
H.-nry's OsrlKillr halve rures erut'llDns.
Henry's (larholic Salve hesls plniils.
Henry's Carbolic Halve ueals bruises.
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Burns and Scalds,
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( sit is a $ure cure for
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1 One trial will prove its
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Every lurttlo svarrnnti'it to
1 trlvo 'flittlnfui'tion. tsfutl ad
, l'l'IftiVo I'tH. 0111I ftO Pts. per
bottio. ntim uverj vt ut:rc.
' nemr, JohDsnn Lord, f raprtrton,
1 Curllnrten, Vt,
short-haired women elucidato." As I am CUTICURA.
neither a " long-haired man nor a short-.
haired woman " peiha you wont want
me to " elucidate," but I am going to
sav mv " sav all tuo same.
In the first place, Air. Alitor, it timn t
happen. According to the history of the
beginning, as given by Moses and that is
all the history we have of these first
things our first parents were put into
the garden of Eden to dress and kocp it,
and as they lived on tbe fruits of the
garden an eminently proper diet lor a
tropical climate Kve didn't have to ioat
hcisolt over tue cook stove in doguays;
thero wasn't much making and mending
10 co for that lamily, anil tne waanmu;
and ironing could not havo been very
burdensome; as nil l'cdu thing's grew
spont tneously, there was no planting or
hoeing to do, nnd altogether thero wns
about ns desirable state of things, ns we
can well imagine, for both man ami
woman, and tnero was no division of
labar, they worked together. Bui disobo
dlence wrought a sad change in Aruadia,
vet we do not learn as tnere was any
division of labor between rum and
woman after the exile from the fair ar
den. In fact, in primitive timos, and
anions savage nations at the piesi ni time,
thero was and is no division of labor, ior
the woman do it all, or nearly all. the
men assuming the onerous duties of hunt
ing, tishing and lighting. It is only
among the civilized anil rehned nations
that women are relieved from the hardest
kinds of labor, and not always Ihero. I
hvo known. a stout, able-bodied man, six
leet tall, walk abont the held with his
arms folded, while his daughter drovo the
oxen to harrow it, and I dare say she did
the plowing ns well, but am not certain of
tliat. ilecoum unlivery nicuiy, ami cut
out clothmsr intnh better thnn Ins wile
who had always bten used to t ut-of tloor
labor. I need not gay that be was not a
native of this country
The Indian women plant and hoe tin;
rotn and do nearly nil the labor of caring
tor their families, untl Itiev art- as slroi
is the men, but it has boen proved tlmt
when they become civilized n nl live in
house after the manner of the whites their
nttalih tnd strength dt creases, and they
.ecome subject t all the ills of t tie 1 1
But admitting that among civilized
people tbe making, mending and oooking,
and ever so many other kindsof woi k falls
t tbe woman, it does not prove at all that
it was her choice, but raiber that her lord
tnd masier chose to do tbe nut-door work
and lelt the other for her to tlo.
Lauha B. Boyce.
Maple Grove, July, 1882.
Rlmauks Our valued correspondent's
supposition of the editor's use and relia
bility as an universal guide-board is quite
onrreot as app iej to yenernl editor, but
o ugrcuUural editors and other "donkeys
browsing about on the outskir;s of journ
alism," (as a brother agricultural editor
very pithilj pots it) a cert tin latitude of
inconsistency, so to speak, is allowed and
cxDccted. But in this case we claim
entire Innocence of nil inconsistent ideas.
If we have recommended out-door work
and exercise for women, wlion have we
ever hinted such work should b-i il.jno in
the fields with men? Indeed thuro seoms
to bo inherent reasons why such should
not be the case. What amount of work
would a gang of men be likely to accom
plish whore there were women in the
field? A certain degree of quiet and
silence i nocesary for tbe acooiu plishmcnl
of tbe greatest amount of lab ir, and the
idea of engrafting a " quilting boe " into
a oorn field or onion patch ivhh a gang of
men would effeotually dispel any expecta
tion of necessary " degree " from the head
of nny employorof hirod help. Tho line
must bo drawn somewhere on the co
education of the sexos j we draw it hero,
Let tho men and women hoe corn and
eed onions in bepnrate fields.
Yo have always regretted that tli
historian named did not think it necossnry
to be as explicit concerning the life in the
garden before our great-grandmother
gratified her curiosity in th matter ol
apples and took up tbe dross making
business, ns after that it would have been
interesting and perhaps I nstructive.
We do not observe that our spicy cor
respondent expresses any extravagant
admiration of the case where tbe man
' with his arms folded " oalmly observes
his daughter harrow tho fields, nor does
sho suggest any inordinate desire to return
lo the coudition of the Indian women, or
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Mitru-eMf tii practitioners with whom I have had
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aud fsvorshle consideration tt the Patent
Boston, October;!, !11
R. H. EDDY. Esq. Dear Rir: You pr-vnrod for JJ
In lHn. my first patent. Since then y-'U have a. tea
and advised me iu hundreds of caies, ai-'l J
many Patents, reissues and eitensioiis I n:iy '
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