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VERMONT WATCXIMAN & STATE JOtJItNAX,, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1883.
Walchlng for somebody, wMe brown eyes,
Waltlng to give hlm a rare surprlo?
OIi, Is lt fatber, whos e horse's feet
Kall In tlio tllntnnco, smoolh nnd fleot
Father, whose lioart for many a mlle,
Korward has lesped to tlie dear old xtito.
01), liow thoy'll klss lilin, and hold hlm fnt,
M'hen falhor ls home with his balrns Rt last.
" Illitl" crlcs slsler to llaby Wlll
" Llsten, ilarllng I le mount the htll.
Oh, how Bellm flles ovcr llio ground I
Hearer and nearer tlie lioof-beats sonnd."
Flowers for father, and looks of Joy,
flweetest wonls shall their tongues employ,
Pomebody's comlng the dear, tlie w Ise t
Shlne out to grcet hlm, you brlghttirown eycs.
M, E. Sangtter.in llarper'i YounQ I'eople.
Tho Sclcnco Of Rlllllllllg.
St. Nicholns says verv few boys know
how to run. " IIo, ho I" say a dozen of
onr boya. "Just brinj; on the boy that
can run faster than I can I" But, stop a
moment. I don't mean that most boys
oan't run fast I mean they can't run far.
I don't boliovo thero is one boy in fifty, of
those who may rnad this, who can run a
quartor of a mlle at a good smart paoo
without having to blow like a porpose by
the tirao ho has raade his diatance. And
how many boya are there who can run,
f aat or slow, a f ull mile without stopping ?
It hardly speaks well for our race, doea
it, that almost any animal in creation
that pretenda to run at all can outrun any
of uf ? Take the smallest terrier-dog you
can find, that is Eound and not a puppy,
and raco with him. Ile'll beat you badly.
Ho'll run a third faster than you can, and
ten times ns far, and this with lega not
more than six inches long. I havo a
hound so active that he alwaya runs at
least seventy-five milea when I stay a day
in the woods with him ; for he certainly
runs more than seven miles an hour, and
if I am gone ten liours, you see he must
travel about seventy-five miles diatance.
And then, a good hound will sometimos
follow a fox fortwo days and nighta with
out atopping, going more than three hun
dred and fifty miles, and he will do it
without eating or sleeping. Then, you
may have heard how some 01 the runners
in the South Afrlcan tribes will run for
long diatancea hundreds of milea car
rying dispatchea, and making very few
stopa. 1 make these comparinons to
show that our boya who cannot run a mile
without being badly winded, are very poor
runners. But I believo I can tell the boys
something that will help them to run bet
ter. I was a pretty old boy when I first
found it out, but the first time I tried
it, I ran a mile and a quarter at one dash,
and I was not weary nor blown. And
now 1 am going to give you the secret :
Breathe through your nose! I had been
thinking what poor runners we are, and
wondering why the animals can run so
far, and it camo to me that perhaps this
might accour.t for the difference, that
they always take air through the nose,
while we uaually begin to puff through
our mouth before we have gone many
Tods. Some animals, such as the dog and
the fox, do open their mouths and pant
while running, but they do this to cool
themselves, aud not becauae they cannot
get air enough through their noses. I
found once, through a sad experience
with a pet dog, that dogs muat die, if
their nostrils become stopped. They will
breathe through the mouth only while it
'S forcibly held open ; if lef t to themselves,
' they always breathe through the nose.
So, possibly, we are intended to take all
our breath through the mouth. There are
many other reasons why we ought to
mako our noses furniah all the air to our
luugs. One ia, the nose ia filled with a
little forest of hair, which is always kept
moiat. like all the iuner surfaces of the
nose, and particles of dust that would
otherwise rush into the lungs and make
trouble, are caught and kept out by this
little halry network. Then the pasaage3
of the nose are longer, and smaller, and
more crooked than that of the mouth, so
that, as it passes thrcugh them, the air be
comes warm. But these are only a few
reasons why the nose ought not to be
awitched off aud lef t idle, as so many noses
are, while their owners' go pufling through
their moutha. All traiuers of men for
racing and rowing, and all other athletic
contests, understand this, and teach their
pupils accordingly. If tho boya will try
this plan, they will soon see what differ
ence it will make in their endurauce.
After you havo run a few roda holding
your mouth tightly closed, there willcome
a time when it seema as though you could
not get f.ir enough though the nose aloue ;
but don't give up ; keep right ou, and in a
lew moments you will overcome this. A
little practico of this method will go far
to make you the best runner in the neigh
borhood. " Jnck."
A year or more ago as the foreman of
one of the iron works of this city was
crossing the yard one day he espied a lit
tle skip of a boy, seemingly not over
eleven years of age, seated ou a big fly
wheel and chowing the cud of bitter re
flection. " Who are you ?" " I'm Jack."
" What are you doing here V" " Besting."
" What do you want ?" " A job." Those
were the inquiries and answers. The boy
was pale-faced and ragged, but in his fine,
steel-blue eyea the foreman saw game;
and, too, the idea of a waif like him setting
out to baltle with the world, touched a
tender chord in the heart of the man who
had boys of his owu, and he set Jack to
work in the yard. No one thought the
boy would stay a week, and so no one
cared to ask whore he came from or who
he waa. But he stuck. He was hard
working and faithful, and as the weeks
went by, he gained friends. One day he
waltted up to the ioreman anu saiu : " I
want to learn the trade." " You ? Ha 1
ba I ha I Why, Jack, you are not big
enough to handlo a cold chisel I" " I can
whip any 'prentice boy in tliia shop I" was
the earnest drclaration. " Just hear him I
AVhy, any of the lot could turn you wrong
eide out I When you get big enough to
whip the smallest one you come to me for
a job." At noon that day Jack walked up
to tho biggest appreutice boy in the shop
nnd said : " Come out doors. ' " What do
you want?" "I'm goiug to lick you."
' What for ?" " Beoause I want a chance
to learn the trade." The two went out,
and in sight of twenty witueasea, little
Jack won a victory. At one o'olock ho
touched hla oap to tho foreman and said :
' I've lioked your biggest 'prentioe and
want to go work 1" Ten minutes later he
had become a machinist's apprentice, and
if you go in there to-day you will find hlm
With greasy haLds, oily face aud a head
full of buainess ideas. Jack cartiea the
keys to the drawers where the Bteam
guage, tafety valves aud other trimmings
are kept, and he knows the uso of every
tool, tho worklugs of every pieoe of ma
ohinery, and there ia a constant call for
Jack here and Jack there. Before he is
twenty h will be a finishod maohiuist,
and before he is twenty-fivo ho will be
foreman of Bomo great shop. He it quiot,
earnest, respectful and obsorving. What
ho does in dono well. What he in told ho
novor forgots. And here in Detroit are
hundreds of boys who complaln that
thero is no chance for them, even when
backcd by money and iniluence. They
walt and walt, and whlno and complain,
and loavo it to waifs like llttlo Jack to
call up tho game to their soula and walk
boldly into a great manufacturing works
attd say: "I'm here I want a job 1
Dctornilucd to Succccd.
"Eight times threol" said Willio Wll
son, impatiently. " 0, what ia tho matter
withme? Can'tl get that right?" "Come
on, Willio 1" shouted the boys at tho win
dow ; " we can't wait ; finish your losson
afterward." " 0 yes," said Willie. "Af
terward I I know all about him ; he has
cbeated me many a time, and 1 have no
faith in hlm. Nine times four are thirty
six." " Bother nine times fourl It ia
time we were off, and we ahall have to go
without you." " I ahould like to bother
it," said'Willie; "it is giving me bother
enough. How much is it, anyhow ?"
" One hundred and seventy-nine. Now,
come on this minute, or wo ehall go with
out you." "Look here, Ilarry Jones,"
said Will, lookiDg up a minute from his
work ; " this ia the laat example in our
leaaon. I've got all the others, and I
know 1 ehan't have any more time for
arithmetic, and I don't mean to stir from
this corner till I get thia bothering old
fellow right. I've gone over him three
times now, and it won't come ; if I have
to do it tbreo hundred timea, I mean to
have it. So there I" " Bother take the
example, anyhow I" said Harry, in his
crossest tone. " Come on, boys; we can't
lose all the fun waiting tlll midnight for
him ;" and away every ooy went. ' Nino
times four are thirty-four," aaid Willie,
patiently ; and though, of course, it was
not right, and never will be, he worked
away juBt as steadily; and when he
found that ho was wrong again he said,
talkiug to himself, "Now, look herel
You think you are going to beat me, don't
vou ? 'Well, vou never wero moro mls-
taken iu your life. My name ia I'erse
vere Wilson. Father said I had earned
that name, and that I should have it as
long as I deserved it ; and 1 hopo you
don't think I am going to lose my name
and my place in the claas just to pleaae
you." Then he begau again slowly, pa
tiently, oach figure carefully studied, and
at last the example " proved itself," aud
Willie, with a soft hurrah and a loud
yawn, got up from his corner. Tho laat
gliinmer of twilight waa fading. No use
to talk of ball playing now ; f uu was over
for that evening. "I don't care," said
Willie, as he went up to bed," it will be
more fun for me than for the others when
the roll of examples ia called to-morrow."
Sure enough 1 "Master Willie," said
I'rofessor Bennet, looking up over hia
spectaclea, " you are the only member of
the clasa to be marked ' Perfect ' to-day.
There was more ball playing than perso
verance by the rest of the clasa, I fear."
1 uung lleaper.
TT"I A A. MnKHK'S KRTATK.
JL HTATK OF V-KItMONT, Washington DMrlct.PR.
In I'robate Court, held at Montpelier, ln and for said
mamct, on uie am any or j une, a. u. issj :
An lnBtnunent pnrportlnR to be the last W1U and
iesiameni 01 ira .. ."noret ihhjdi vhijii? iu bmiu ljw
trlct. ilPceAned. belne tiresented to the Court for I'robate
It la ordered by aaid Court, that all peraons concerned
thereln he notlflwi toamienrata scPion of nald Court.
to be held nt tho I'robate Ofllce, ln Montpelier, ou the
23d day of June, A. I). 1883, and show causef if any
they may have. ngalnst the I'robate of said will: for
which purjwM) it Ia f urther ordered, that notico of this
order b publlshed three weeks succesrtively ln the Ver
mont waicninan a siaie oournai, pnnuxi i inont
peuer, previoua to saui iime appoinxea ior ueanng.
Uy the Court. Attmt,
99-01 A. C. AVEU1LL, ReKlster,
IUCY J. IIIOK'R KSTATK.
J STA i'E OF VKIIMO.NT, AVaslilnffton DUtrict, 8.
In Trobate Court, held at Montpelier, ln and for said
uuinct, on tne aui aay 01 o une, a u. iwz ;
An lnatniment purjKirtlng to be the last Will and Te
tament of Lucy J. Klce, late of WaltsQeld, in said
trict, deceaaed, being presented to the Court by Walter
A. Jones, tlie Executor thereln named, for I'robate; Jt
ls ordered bv said Court. that all terson concerned
thereln be notlfled to appear At a sesslon of said Court
to be held at the I'robate Ofllce, ln Montpelier, on the
M day of June, A. I). 1883, and show cause, lt any
they may have, against the probate of said will: for
which purpose lt wfurther ordered, thirtnotice of thla
order b putilished three week Buccesslvely ln the Ver
mont Watchman A State Journal, prlnted at Mont
leller, previoua to said time avpolnted for hearlng.
liy the Court Attet,
99-U1 A. C. AVEKILL, Iteglster.
SOPIIIA STONK'S KSTATJ2.
3TATE OF VERMONT, Iilstnrt of WaahlnKton, sa,
In I'robate Court, held at Montjwller, ln said Dlatrlct,
on the 12th day of June, A. I). 1883 :
Johu M. Flfther, AdmlnlMrator of the estate of Sophla
5tone, lateof Cabot, tn aid DUtrlet.derased, preKeuts
bU admlnUtratlou account for examlnatlon aun allow
nnce, and maken appllcation for a d(t:ree of dlstrtbu
tlnn and partltlnn of tlie ct-Ute of snld deceased.
Whereupou.lt ii orderetl by said Court, that said arcount
and said appllcatlm be referred to aseivlon thereof.to
ha held at Hih I'robate Ollife in said Montpelier, on the
2!)11 ilay of June. A. 1). 1883, for heariiiK and declslon
ihereon : And, lt la f utther onlf-re!, Uiat notlue liereof be
Kiven to all iersonB InU'rested, by publlcatlon of the Bame
threo weeks succespively in the vermont Watchman Jt
State Journal, a newspaper publlAhed at Montpelier,
previoua to said time appolnied for hearing, tliut they
may appear at satd time nnd place, and show canse, if
any they may have, why said aooouut ahould not be al
lowed and such decree made,
Uy the Court. Attest,
00-03 A. C, AVEKILL, Regiater,
IANNA PUTNAM'S KSTATK.
! BTATE OF VERMONT, Wasldngton DUtrlct, sa.
In 1'robnte Court. held at Montpelier, ln said Dlstrlct
on the 12th day of June, A. D. 1883:
John M.Flsher, Kxecutorof tho last WU1 andTesta
ment of Fanna I'utnam, late of Cabot, ln said Dlatrlct,
deceased, preaents hla admmlatratlon account for exam
lnatlon aud allowance, and makea appllcation for a de
cree of tUstrlbutlon and parlltlon ot the estate of said
deceased Whereupon.lt ls oruered by Rald Court, that
said account aud said appllcation be referred to a au
slon thereof, to be held at the I'robate Ofllce, ln said
Montpelier, on the 2lHh day of June, A. 1, 1683, for
hearlnR anddeclHlou thereon; And, ltlaf urther ordered,
that notice hereof be given to all peraons tnter&tteil, by
publicatlon of the aame three weeks successlvely m the
vermont Watcliman A 8tate Journal. a newspaper pub
llahod at Montpelier, previoua to aald time appoluted for
hearlng, that they may appear at aald tline and place.
and show cauBe. If any they may have, why said account
ahould not beailowM.and such deoree made,
Uy the Court. Attent,
00-03 A C. AVEKILL, KeglsUr.
HIKASI GALK'S KSTATE.
HTATE OF VEItMOMT, Wasldngton Dlstrlct, M.
In I'robate Court, beld at Montpelier, ln and for said
Dlstrlct, ou the 5th day ot June, A. I. 1683 1
llarrtet A. Oale, Eiectitrlxof the last will andtcsta
lnent of lllram llale, late of llarre, ln said Dlstrlct, de
ceased, makes appllcation to said Court, wllh the con
sent aud approlmtlon, ln wrltlng, of the devlsees andle
gates of said deceased, resldtng ln said stato, for llcense
to sell all of the real estate of satd decasil, now on
hand, sltuated ln said llarre, to wlt : " The llcnie l'lace,"
representtng thit Ibe sale thereof would be beuenclal to
the devlsees and legateos of the dewased, aforosald, and
those lnterested ln his estate. Whereinion, lt I or
riorel by said Court. that said aimllratiim tm rferrMl
to n sesslon thereof, to 1 held at the I'robate Ofllce,
ln said Montpelier, on the 22d day of June, A. 1.
1683, for hearlng aud dectston thereon; and, It ls f urther
ordered, that ull persons Interestod be notlned hereof,
by publlcatlon ot notice ot satd appllcation aml order
iiiei wn, iiiico wkm BuuuvBsiveiy iu um vermont waicir
man & Htate Journal. a newsnauer nubltshnl at Mont.
peller, and which clrculateaju tbe nelghborhood of those
Interesled, before salil Ulue of bearlng, that tbey may
amivnr t priu uiw nm- kuu, u uvj IMXI CaUSO, OO'
lei t thereto, Uy the Contt. Attwst,
DS-01 A. C. AVKHILL, Iteglster.
TVANIML K. HHNNKTT'H KSTATK.
J BTATE OF VKltMONT, AVanhlugton Dlstrlct ss,
Iu I'robate Court, held at Montteller, In aud for said
uisirici, on tne iiinuay ot June, a. i'. tnj,
Carollne I Ilennett, Admtnlslrntrlx,wlth tho will an'
nezeil. nr the estate Of Danlel K. Ueunett. late of Alont.
peller, In said Dlstrlct, deceased, makes appllcation to
said Court, wllh the oonsent aud approbatlon, ln wrl
tliiLT. of llia davtsees and leizatees ot Siild deceased. for
liceuse to sell all of the real estate cf suld deceased, sltu-
alixt iu said Monliieller, to wltl The "lioiue place,"
sIIurUhI on llarre street. and a lot of land sltuated on
Maln street, representlng that the sale thereof would be
beneflclal to tho devlsees and legateesof said deceased,
and those Interesied ln his estate. Whercupon, lt ls or
dered by said Court, that said appllcation be referred to
a sesslon thereof, to be held at the I'robate Oflloe In said
Montpelier, on the 34 day of July, A. I, 1883, for hearlng
and declslon thereon and, lt la further ordered, that all
notice of said appllcation and order theieon, three
weeks fuocesslvely ln tlie Vermont Watcliman A Htate
duurnai, a newspaper puonsneii at Aiontrauer. and
Whlcll Olrculates ln tbe neltfhtmrtinnd nf tlinsn lntir.
ested, before said time of hearlng, that they uiay appear
at said time and place, and, lr they see cause, oblect
ttlPrptn. Ilw Itta flAnrt A.tua.
IIO-W A. O. AVEKILL, IteglsUr.
SILCI)! i Sllllt
OrBnnn-WILCOX A WHlTK-OrBnnii
Oritnng-WILCOX A WIIITOr(tJ(i
Ort;iin-WILCOX ,t WlllTE-Oririins
tOrtanB-WILCOX & WlHTJ5-Oritau
The Weber Piano
CUUINO THE l'AST FKW YKA1W
HAS 11AUE TI1K JIOST KAl'lU
OAIS8 OF ANY NAXO MASU
FACTUUED. CLUETT .c soxs,
Sole Aeentn. - - Troy, New Torlc.
The Weber Piano
FOU ITS SYJirATHETIC QUAL1
TY AND SWEETNESS, 13 UNEX
CEL1.EU. See tertlmonlals of Artlsta.
CLUETT .C SOXS,
Solg Aeciitx, - - Troy, New Yorl.
CLUETT & SONS.
I will soll ntpnblinanction on Thur-dny, .Septem
ber 27, 1883, at one o'clock, r. u., my
Home Farm of 200 Acres
nltuatol one mlle poutb ot JlBrsliflclrl vllluge, on tlie rcmd
to Montpelier. There ls a goort unar orclmrd of 8UU trees
and a good arple orcbant HUlllclent for famlly ae. The i
butldlngii are nearly new aud ln good ronultion. The I
houe im niouse aud rat proof, wllli cemented cellar.
Good noft, durable water runs to bouse and barns, and
never tallt. The farm ls well dlrlded and under a good
stale of cultlvatlon.
Will Out Eiglity Tons of Hay.
I have a qnantlty of back pasture also for sale. I would
likn nnrtlps wldhinir to nurchase.tocoine aud se lt before
the cropa are put lu or hay l cut and ln the barn, and see 1
ior tnemseivea wnat me iarm w. aiho, ou weunes
dny, Oct. 3, 1883, at one o'clock, r. ir.,
A Farm in Woobury, Vt.,
at the head of Went Long I'ond, on the West Woodbury
road leadlng from Hardwick through Worcester loMout
peller. ConUlns about l"5acre,weildlvlded,tlie mow
ing being mostly meadow uml lutervale. aud
Cixts Fif teen Tons of Hay,
with pasturage. Also contalns a large assortment of tlm
ber. and a young apple and sngar orchard. lt has two
good barns; the houite was butued two years ago. Ner-er-falltug
soft water runs to the barns. lloth laims will
be sold on easy teruis to sult purctmsers.
Marshfield, Vt., May 2S, 1653. KJ-15
CAN liK MAU1S wllhont hard
work lf rJU ONLY KNOW
1IOYV TO IJO IT. Thousands
ot men and women are dragglng
Out a mlserable exlstence ln fac-
torles and mllls breathlng polsonous fumes enrlchlng
their employers and then dropplng quletly Into the grnve,
leavlng their chlldren to the same fate. AVK (JAN
and will relleve you. We wlsh to employ ten or more
young men and women ln every town ln the U. S. We
pay good wages and give you llght, prontable employ-
meut. 'o plcture, palntlug, recelpte, canvasslog or other
expenslve humbtigs. Youwlllnothavetopayoutadol- '
lar to test the work. All that we requlre of you ls that
you seud us your name and address plaluly wrltten, and
TEN CENTS. 'ow don't cry humbug hecause we I
ask you for 10 cents. lf you really are a worker and
mean buslness you certaluly can flud no fault. We only
ask lt to piotect ourselves from " Dead lleatB" and
curioslty seekers. In return we will ptomptly send you
by return mall a box ot goods and full dlrectlons, terms
of puyment, etc, that w 111 enable vou to earn a handsome
iiviugwuu uut luue exenioii. e uu noi promiseyou
rlches. but somelhlng that will btlng you lu more money t
than you ever made uetoro ln your ute. It you are satls
lied with present occupatlon, work for us durmg jour i
spare houis. I V WILL, 1'AY YOU. TlIIs ls uo
humt)ug. Write now, as H may uot appear aguiu. Ad
EJIL'IRE MAXUFACXUHIXG CO.
Cll0Xt3J llKOOKLTK, E. D. X. Y.
's Calculator nnd Diaiy
Makes Practlcnl Arithmetic ey for all. Sluipli-
IIoh tbe art of oomputallon, and enables uvery
Filrmer and Tradesman to make cirrct aud ln
ntnutancouacalculatlonslniill their buslness trans
actlons. Is worth lb welght ln gold to every one qulck
ln flgures. lt ls neatly prlnted, elegantly bound, ac-
companted by a Kenewable Dlary, Silioatk Slate,
1'EBPkTUAL Calendar and VAiUAnm l'ooket ISook.
Morocco, 81. Sent postpald on recelpt of prlce.
Ajrents waiitcd. Sella raptdly. Address
F1CI3I) L. HUNTINGTON,
83-39wcJ Malone, New Y'ork.
HOYT & G ALE,
Real Estate Agents,
FarrriB, Vlllage 1'laceg, nnd all kinds o( Keal
l'UUe Leases and MortKagea negotlated. Seod
fur circularH. Ternia nioaerte. 00-tf
SALEM LEAD COMPANY,
LEAD VIPE untl SIIEET LEAD.
All goodivarrantedto betqual to thebeit (n themartct.
Fkamk A. IlBowK.Treaa, SAL.HM, fllAhb.
FISTULA AND PILES
Cureri lrltliout tho Uno or tho Kulfc.
M. HKAU (M.U., Uarvard, 1S7(1), 1 1 bomereet btreet,
ItOHtuil, give stiecial atteutlou Uj thetreatmuijtor U'lS
TUL.A, fll.liti ANO AI.I, DINKAMKS OF
T1IK JCIJUIU.II, without uetenllon tioiu busliiess.
Abundant retetencs glven. I'auiphlets seut ou appllca
Uon. Ofllue hours 1 lo 4 r. u, (exceptMuuilaysJ. tS'J-33
Auction Commission House I
Come btgh, come low, to the Auction Comnilfwlon
IIouwj aud buy yuur'leas dlrect Iroiu Chlna rihI Jnpao,
throuKhthe tvcelvers. AWnys ou handl t'rult, lotuicco
and Cigan, htcoiid-hatid Kuruiture. 1 am the vnty Auo
tloneer ln Montpelier Umi makeiia BiHxiattyot aelltag
real and peiBoual proinjrly, hmployiuent Agency.
South Maln St., Montpelier, Vt. 94-tf
School Furniture for Saiel
Beats and desk. for nlnety puplls are now oltered for
sale by the Montpelier liulon Hchool Dlstrlct. they are
modern lu style, lu fair condttlon, aud well adaptd lo
the wants of a couulry school. Can be seen at Uie Unlon
hchool bnlldlng, or at tbe auction rooma ou Maln street.
Call suou for kikxI bargalns.
II y OHUF.lt OF (JOMMITTF.E.
Montiwller, August 21, 1M.'. 5-U
I will iay the hlghest maiket pilce for all klnds ct
poultry. Will make returns by return ot mall for con
slgnuients made byfrelght oreipress. l'rtces sent on
appllcation. lloxes snd crates returned It so ordered.
9S-U1 K. A. ICCMIIALl,, Nurtlillulil, Vt.
Jlutu Address Sthson &C11., I'orllaml, le.
If tho Good People of New England
Are contfmplntlng n Sutnm.r Trlp, we wonM snggest
that tliey vlxlt the followlng tinlnls In Wls
consin, Mlnnesota and lowai
SIH.WAU1CKK, WAtlKKSIIA, I'AT.MYIIA,
MADISON, 1'JtAIIUK 1JU CUIKN,
l'KWAUKKE, LAKE 8IHH,
UAIITI.AND, NASHOTAII, OH'I'OUDS,
ItlLllOUltN CITY (Dells of the Wlsconsln),
ST. l'AUI., MINN1SAPOI.18, J'llIOIC LAKE,
Uia 8TONE LiAKE (OrtonTllle),
LAKE OKOIIOJHI!, OLEAR LAKE,
Lake MINNBTONICA, WHITE lSEAKLnke,
ELKIIAKT LAKE nnd ASIILAND,
Rtars of the first mngnltnde, all radlant with health and
pleasure-glrlng propertles, will do well to bear In mlnd
Ibat the .teady-golng, rellable aud comfortable publlo
Chicago, Milwaukee and St, Paul
COHTIircis to run IU ralatlal Coachni and Farlor Can
overtu mainl9cent llnea bctween Chicago, MUwaukeo,
UU Panl, Irlluneapolls and all prlnclpal cltlea, Yillages
and towns ln the mlghty
and contlnues to give nnboundod satlsfactlon to Its lm
mense hosts of patrons. beoause of the perfectlon of
lts track, equlpment aud serrlce,
Numerous dAlly tralns (except tundays) each way be
tween Chicago, Milwaukee and all polnts named. Ex
curslon and Commutatlon Tlckets in keeplng with the
rfqulrementa of the times, bctween Melropolltan and
Huburban planes at rates to sult Klngs, Lords, Commons,
the ltepubllcan and Democratlo Clttzens and Boveretgns
of the " Land ot the Free, aml the Home of the llrave."
Let lt be remembered also that this old
Rcliablo aud Excolslor Tlioroaglifaro
travcrses the ilonanza Keslonn of IlllnDls. Wlsconsln.
lowa. Mtntiesota and Uakota. and that a Tourlst Tlcket
bctween Chicago, tit. l'aul and llnueapolls, over the '
umcairo, AintvHuitce nnu ni. i-ani itnimuy,
glves the possessor of lt a cholce between thiee llner
ronts than can be found elsewhere on this contlnent,
all owned and managed by tlils oompuny, and a round
trlp tlcket by lt aCtords the traveler a grander varlety of '
everythlng pleaslng than can be fouud on any other I
rallway. Come and see for yoarselyes.
S. S. niKKRILL, J. T. OLAKK,
Qeneriil fllanacor. Oeuoral Snp't,
A. V. II. OAKPKNTEK,
OENEILVL FAS8E50ER AND TICKET AOENT,
P. S. Send to Mr. Carpenter for n "Re
connolssanco of tbe Goldon Northwest," hand
xomely Ulustratod. Mailed free.
B. LOMI1AHD, Jb
JAS. L. LOMBARD,
Ylce Fresldent and Mauager,
AiKlltloiml l'ersonnl I.lnblllty lSU.HOO
I). Lohbabd, Jr.,229 Washington etreet,Doslon,Mass.;
Jambs L. Loudard, Casbler liank of Creston, Creston,
lowa; Lkwis LouBAao,226 Washington street, Itoston,
Mass.; JodBPii jACons,Jr., l'rtsldent lllngham Natlonal
lsank. South lllnghatn, Mass.; C. T. ItcryuM, l'resldent
Flve, Cents Havlngs llank, Keene, N. II,; (I. A. Liicn
pibld, Treasnrer Keene Flve Cents Navlngs llank, KeeDe,
-S. 11.; W. F. lHATBit, Cashler First 'atlonal Unnk,
Concord, X. II.; llon. E. D. ULODOkTT, l'resldent 1'as
sumiwto tiavtngs llank, St. Johnsbury, Vt.; L. D. Skin
nek, Cashler Kansas htate llank, Wlchlta, Kan.; Ueo.
E. NFALTOSf, f-ecretary Lombard Mortgage Co., Wlchlta,
Kan.; S. h. KiKO,Deputy Hheilft of sedgwick County,
Safe 6 and 7 Per Cent
IOWA, NEBKA8KA AND KASSA8
Farm nflortgage Loans.
Conservative Valuation; Absolute Security,
TIiIb Company will furnlsh carefully Melected 6 per cent
Fatm MortgdgeH, pilnclpaland mterext guaranttedty&.y
able lu lioaiou. AIho uuKuarantred 7 ptr ceuu, wblcn,
through tlila iiianayement, have been so deaervedly popu
Inr Over twenty )eare experience on their ian, aud
flve mllllons loaned wlihoiu 'ihey have proved
amoiiK the best pecurltles held by the SavlDgs llauks of
'ew llatnrhlreand Vermuut, Lffe Innurance Cumpanlen
ot Connecticut, Collegea, frntee and prtvate partles.
ln addltlon to capltni and UttbllUy of tStockhoUlern a
Uuarantee Fund of 4 pt-r cent ou t-acb louu maae by
the I'ompiny will be Bct aMe hb a Ppi-cUl protectlou to
the holdein of Guaranteed Mortgages. J hewj mortgHge
are negotlated Uiruugti the liauk of Cremon, L'rwton,
Kor nale ln numa to nult at our norton ofllce,
Applv for painphlet, wltJi leferetices aud partlculara
to L.V1S4 LOMilAKlaeueral Ageut,b Washington
For Summer Resorts,
j, it it undoubtedhj a oood vtan to tale xcith you to
the tumtntr hvmta uelt ielectcdtt vf mutic booxs for
txvgxng and for ptayxng,
For SliiKiui;, tnke :
GEMS OF ENGLISH SONG.
KNLAKUEO KUiriON (S-' Uoard-i, or f-'.50 Uloth).
The beii lnUiellaneouK belecuou of pupular ftougs, with
MINSTEBL SONCJS, OLD AND NEW.
($2 lloarda. $i..W ciolh.) lleat and only collectlon of
tliu worltl-ttlue, famous riaulatiou, Jubllee and Hn
BEAUTIES OF SAORED S0N&.
i lloards, 51. W Cloth.) Adinlrable assemblageot the
swcvtust sacreil lyrlcs. l'lano or Uigan accompaulmeut.
I'or Plnylni,-, take:
($2 Itoardx, S2.W Cloth.) Svw and very well chonen
couectlon of 1'lauo riecen ot luedlum ddllcuUy.
UKAIS OF KTJIAUSS. i ch2 Uoardu, $2.W
UKaIIS OFTtlK DANCK.f Clotn. The very
biightet piano luuHto puullslieu. licxcilptlous of thlrty
other flrni-claftd collecliona (eut oa appllcatlun,
Iu lruns and Nciirly Keudy :
A GRAND BOOK OF WAR SONGS.
for Uamp Fties and all U, A, lt. meetlngs. Look out
Any book malled, tostpald, for retall prlce.
T ; O. Ditson & Co., Boston.
H. H. EDDY,
No. 70 Stuto St., opposlto Kllby, Hoslou.
Secures l'atents ln the Untted Statesi also ln Oreat
llrlulu, Frauce aud other torelgn countrles. Coples of
the clalms ot any l'atent luruisbuu by remlttlug one
UolUr. Asslguuieuts recoruett at Washtugton. A'o
Agtticy tn the UntteU Statet po$sttiti tupertor ucii
ftes ur obtainutff I'attntt or utcertaititna tne patent
aOililu 1 inccutioin.
it. II. KI)1) V, SoUcltor of l'atents.
" I regard Mr. Eddy ns one of the mott capallc and
tuccenjul practltlouers with whuiu 1 have had uitlual
" CIIA8, MAXON', CommUtloner of l'atents."
" Inventors cannot employ a person ntore truetworthy
or luoieoapable of seouilug tor Ibemau earlyand la
vorablu conslileralluu at tlie l'atent Otllce.
" r.l)ilUM) 11U11K t, laui Uuuiinfcuiuuer ot 1'atenU."
" llosrux, October 19, 1870.
"II. 11. Eddy, t'lg t Dear Sir Yon procured for
me, lu lbltl, uiy drst palem. ttlnce theu you have actcd
forandadvlsedinelu huudreds of casee und proouretl
many pateuts, teissues aud exteuilous. 1 have oooa
sloually employrd the best ageucles lu ew Vork, l'hlla.
delpbla auu Washluglou, bui 1 suilglve jou almost the
whole ot uiy bualuus, lu your Une, oiid advlse others tu
employ you. Yuurstiuly, UKOHOK IlltAl'Klt."
liotion, Januury 1, luttj, 7T-sa
BRADFORD ACADEMY. ittftXS
pafttied lu arrauemeutit for cuiufort aud health of puplls,
Tweuty-Qveaciett, twuhelu ttoodtot lald out ln plea
aut walk, wllh surutibery and treen. Ueflulte clHcatcal
ainl Renerul cuuue of ftiudy, AUo, preparatory aud op.
tlonul oourfMj. Svw uymuavluin, muslo aud art roonu,
Aitrutiouilcat obervttiury aud ihemtcal Ubrtttory. Full
corpa or uouipeteut teacheru Year ooiuiuence ept(u
her4,lWJ, ror ctruulars aud adiniMiou appiy tu SlUt
Mornlilni) Holilt Oureil In 10
t 9 ,,rtyt,'o Vy untUOurod.
Jfiga week hi vour own town, Terms a.id W outflt
,fuutree Address 11 IWu kt A Co., Porllnnd, Slo.
Friday, June 22.
"TlieOreat Inter-Oci-an has flrmlfestalillshed Itself as a consclentlous show, and carrles Its adTertlsemcnbj
out lo tlie lettei." Hartford (Conn.) Oonrant,
CO.V1I.MG ON ITS FIFTH ANNUALTOURI
A OU.VNI) CONSOLIDATlOSf.
J"OS:iT 33. DORIS5
irnii ai Best M i liiiil
MONSTER MUjIilONAIRE MENAGERIE,
Megatherian Museum and Double-Ring Circusl
Unequaled ln Extent, Unparalleled in Attractlveness and Unrlvaled In Oeneral Excellence, Renulrlng for IU
Tlaree 3?alace Eaihvay Trains,
Eipeclally constnictrd for the purpoe, and loaded aud bearlng Its burden, repreentlng an actual eutlay of 51,
WO.UOO. embiaclng a greater varlety, and more surprlses, sensatlons and noveltles than have ever before been coot
nned nnaer one man,gement. The world's greatest wonder,
MILLTE OHBISTINE, the TWO-HEADED LADY!
The most wonderful mnde of all Ood's creatnre s. Two heads, two hearts, four arms and four lower llmbs, unltlng
ln a slngle Ixvly, all Wns perfectlyand sjmmetrlcally formetl. Engaged last season, after ten years' absence ln
Ktirone, ny jiessrs. uatrneiaer i)ons, and re-cngagen tiy Mr. Koris ior tnts season ior tne enormons saiary oi
$24,000. She ls not a slde show cutloslty, but ls seeu ln the Oreat Intcr-Occan Sbow free ot charge.
More and Rarer Wild Beasts than were ever before Exhibited
The Itst of excluslro featureR U exceptlonally larjre, and only a few of them can be mentloned,
Among them are:
A HUCE HERD OF PERFORKV1INC ELEPHANTS,
Comprlslng all the dlHerent speutes. An Amphlblons Anomaly,
The Egyptian Bovalapua or, Bovine Beast of tho Sea.
Ferocious Man -Eating Lion Slayers,
The Rtrongeft of all anlmnls ftave the Klephant. Capturod ln tho far Interlor of Afrlca, and Iraported by Mestrt
Uatchclder & Dorls at the enonnom cof t of Si3,(00. The only speclmen of this strange thing
of strength tn Amerlca.
BABY ANIMALS OF EVERY KIND AND SIZE,
all nccompanled by tbelr parents.
Horrible Iliiman Blood iSviclcing' Vampires.
The most voraclous. trecherous and Insldlotis destroyer of manklnd. The only one ever eihlblted In Amerlca'
Fifty deus of animals, making the most mammoth Menageile ln the world.
The Snlberl Ioixlle Oiicii !
Contalnlng a suberb constellatlon
Tbe Phenomenal lilder. The Champlon of all tbe Cham
plon ilareback Klders on Karth. Unciuestlonably the
greatest rlder that ever stood upou a horse.
Amerlca's Trlde. The acknowledged mostbeautltul and
best Ilareback Kquestieune tn elther Kurope
The Fleaslng, l'opular, l'etlte l'remler of the Arena.
The Uuman Cannon Uall, for years the reUjnlng
Uon of all Kurope. She 1 the only liuman Iwlng tver
(thot out of a pow.lere-loadeil caunoo.
t - :: f;.
TIIE THREE SIEGJ-XtlST BROTHERS !
The Oreatest Acrobats llvlng or de.id, wearlng the decoratlons of their late Emperor, Xaroleon III,
Tlaree Royal Hnssian .tliletes !
From thelmpertalOyinnaslmnt at St, I'etershurgh and Mnsrow.ln Amerlca by leaveof Ills MaJ'ity.the Czar,
Ctr In addltlon to these are au almost num'ierless lot ot lesaer llglil), makti g up the roster ot tbe Ilest Clrcut
The Grand Free Street Demonstration
Takes place Dally at 10 a, u and surpasses In inagnltude and tnsgnlAcence all other parades rver seen ln Amerlca,
Among Us mvrlad nf reaturea Is the p'.rsonatlon of Seinlramts, the Assyrtan Queen, In her Trtumphal ntry Inta
llabylon, by the 810,0(10 l'KIZK 11HAUTV OF TIIK WDIILll, lt ls nearly three solld milea In lcngtb.
aud takes nearly an hour to pass auy glven iolnt, Excurslon tralus wdl be lun on all rallroads,
Doorii open t 1 nnd 7 I'. AI. - - - - - - l'erforiuauco beirlua uu hour latrr
Notx EsricuL.-One Tlcket Admlti to AU Adveitised Shows.
of one hundred Arenlc Starn, led by
Princa Satsuma's Royal lapanese Circus!
A complete exhtbitlon ln Itself. A full company of tbeee,
nurvellous Jugglers, Kecromancers, Faqueers, ila.
glclans and Kqulllbrtsu, and tbe besi ever
Prof. John WingQeld's Dog Circusl
Ten Canlne Marvel. The Best Kducated Anlm&la
MR. JOHN PATTERSON.
Theltamblerfrom Clare, Irlsh Humorlst, Conversatlom
allst and Wlt. The Fuunlest and most Orlglnal
Clown ln all the world.