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MIDDLEBURY, VERMONT, OCTOBER 1, 1880.
T t 1 l lJ f ' , W I " L l ' I I I
aniniM'ju'UY, - - vkkmoxt.
Kour Moutlis ...
AdvcitNlufs'ltntt'x nii nppllcation.
ttTT Altcr tlii" tltitf piiper- will not bo oh-
ontluucd nt tlie e.pliHtion "i mu uiu !"'
r, uiin liotlfo Isutvcnnt tli time ofMib
.rlntlcm iu- before tho sub-crlption cxplies.
iik-ss sucb notlco is niven tlie papcr will be
outinucdto lvpon-lliio pi'i-.-mis 1111 lll.-J IV
m-t Its dNcontlnuuncc nml puy up ull ur-
n.l.t o 41... l.I.wt 1.1.111. Mllfl vtll
cnrujje'. imi vn.n i..
adlicred to iu the conduct ol tliis paper
.lon Piiintinu ol cvery vimuiy m "-
ilces coiixNtcnt with good work iinil quallty
F1MDAY, OCTOUKI! 1, 1880.
Tnr. law taxing oleoinargarine goes
nto ell'ect oii the lirst ot next lnonui.
ll irilvl'lMlllHM L OI11C ai Uli; ii:ilv.i.iu.t,
letails f regitlations and tho stamp
novlded for iu the aet nre being pre
mrcd. It i sald a Kansa City linn will
nake onougli (if the stiill" tho coming
t livinif tlii-lr ta-os un to SSO.OOO to
... ... ...f, -
i un ono
Hnv. lit. Hami.ix 1 not a believer in
lK' "XeW Theology 01 Ilie Ainunui
i..w.l if ...... innv fiirin all OliilliiiM from
lis recentartielo in the Keligiou Ilerald,
n which lu- as ainong other thlngs:
.vmiiivnr c-.-iii uceont and nl-frili' to a
ri'i'il. auil then toaeh the npposite.
e have ahvays tlioiignt iiio Aimover
l.Mmi tui-i' would land in t niver-an-'ni.
It has already arrivod there.
A rationalistic niWsionary will repro-
i 1.. ..r.tiv.trt in- iinnri. . o
llll'I.I.llllllIilllllV i.....v.i-.. - - -
ILLITERACY AND iNTELLIGENCE.
riio-f who write uiion odia-ational top-
iu aro woiii i" iiMiniu iu. n inni.'j
. t i...f nr.i... i-
iicccf-arily goc witli a low ordur of in
tellififiicc," i. i'., that one wwv giain
nmr, siit'Uiiif,' and imiictuatioii aio not up
to tlie niark doc not po,-i- niueli of a
liead anvwav. The lollow hif; lt'ttcr from
a youtli who anweii;d an advcrtUunient
of a law ver that w antcd an oiucc noy is
liriuted hy a IJoston paper, and It showx
that the a.-sumiitioii to whieh we have
refened is not always hi aeeordanee with
i want the,iot) niy folks aint neii an l
L'ot to ralo thev aro detl. It oete.-nei
how hard times 1 l ean do ehores an
lnnrn fat 1 want a ioli in your ollice
letinein. .Tim.mv ('AitltHiAN.
Election is Over.
For the infonnation of our friend at
the north end of the county, who ?eeni
not to have huen appriM'd of it, we beg
to state that on the scventh of tho last
ealendar nionth, to wit, on the seventh
day of Seiiteinher, A. D. 1SS0, county
ollleers werc elected in the county of Ad
diion; and to say further (for herein
appears to con'ist the i;;norance of tho-e
whoin we pcek to instruct), that on tlie
date sDecitted Alliert K. Htanley of Lei
cester, in Paid county, and Dorastus V
Xash of Xew Ilaven, also in sald county
were elected Senators torepresent this
county at the coinln ?e.ion of the le
islature. W'hoever as'erts to the con
trary inay lie safely ?et down as a prc-
varicator. a lalse wltnes-, a dealer iu
falsehoods. in fhort, a an out-and-out
We hope thosc up north whoni doubt
aliout tliU niatter has driven to the verge
of idiocv will now po-ises their oul in
The crvinir necd of the U a soeiety
for the ?uppreion of cranks. There a!
readv exit socletics for the promotion of
evcry concelvahle enterprise and the dc
Kti uction of every evil, real or fancied,
with whlch the world is or is thought to
he, atllieli'd, till even the soul of Jlrs.
.lellyliy niight hu; itfelf in sweet sati
faction over the nuinheris of "inicions"
opcn to would-he philanthropits. liut
tlic cranks are yet untouched. Froui
tiine iiuiucinorial tliere have heen few
coiniiuinitlcs free from one or more per
soni of sinall calibre but great aetivlty
who could be depended upon to make
fools of themelves or their friends or to
catiM! iniscry of sonie fort or auother to
somebody about onco in so often. Till
the advent of newspapers and the tele
graph the sphereof these belngs' aetivlty
was necessarily liinlted, but now there Is
no end to the inischief they may do.
An instance iu poiuti.s the iierforinunce
of the 8o-called "I'rofessor"' WlfJKin,
who clalmcd to foretell another earth
quake fihock which was to have visited
the Southern States on Wednesday of
tliis week. It is necdless to say that no
such iiheuoinenon was observed ; but the
alloged iuoiihecy wa telegraiihed all
over the country, lnorant pcoiile were
tcrrorized and iiiuch haini rcitlted from
the ell'orts of thls crank to : for hhn
sclf a little cheaii notoriety. The daily
press and the uiaunger of piess asocla
tlon can put a itiletu on the.e fellows:
ind if they won't do it of their own free
will, ought to be eontpelled to keep out
of tlielr coluinns and dipatches stulV of
thl chai-ncter. There Is no cxcitc what-
ever for irintlng It.
PnOMISE AND PERFORMANCE.
llon. tloliu Sheniian niade an excellent
peecli at a lteiniblican ;!"heriii? in
l'ortsinouth, Ohlo, Tueday evenlng, iu
wliieh he contratcd what tlie Ueniocrats
pioinUcd with wliat they had dono slncc
tho present adniinl-itratlon canic into
jiower. It I too truthtul to be plenant
reading for Deniocrats. Here U tlie nia
terial part of Mr. .sherman's reniarks :
And now, fellow eitlzen, after cight-
een niontiis tnal are vou satistieu witn
the rcsult of the elmnj;e? Have Mr.
t'leveland and the Deinoeratlc party
adopted any poliey or jiropoed any
nieasure that can be ot any pos-ltile ser
vice to the people ol Ohio or ot tlie L'nit-
ed States '( In thinkini; over what I
hould sav to vou uiion thls subiect, I
have read over his niessage, and especial-
lii vetoes, and tlie niore l reao tue
more I wonder how he eanie to be 1'res
ident of the rnited States, and, espeeial
ly, what caue led to such a change. . . .
They sald they wanted n chaiiRe to
make times casy, to niake nioney plenty
ind to get out ot tlie toils ot all streei
md the nioney sliark. How has tliis
proniise becn reali.ed? l'nces have
teadiiy laiien. iii(iutric5 onco nour-
aliitijr aro now lauiniUiuug. A ev
Vork banker as seeietary of the treasury
not only increased the hoard in tho
treasury, but supended for nearly a
vear the iiavinent of the liublie dcbt.
nd a Xew Vork treaurer of the l nited
States tninsferred from W'nW street to
Vahiii';ton tlie niethods of the nioney
sharks until Congress was coinnelled.
for the llrst time iu our linancial hNory,
to lestrict hi powers and reinilate hi
And so with the vltal ijnetlon of the
lrill'. We were pioinied jrreatecouoiny
in public expenditures and a large rcdue-
tion ot laxes. llut the oulv econoniy we
have had is the veto ot about ixty peli
ion bilN savinsr about 812,(100 a year,
Uiout liall tlie exiieii'eot tlie greennouie
it the 1'resident s inanion and tlie oniy
rediR'tion of taxe ropned i in thoe
uiinosed uiion loreiirn nroductions tliat
coiue into competilioli witli Ameiiean iu-
dustrie-. 1 he rresldent tieat- the tanll
a j'iiijrerlv a a inonkey would a hot po-
tato. Ile leels it and ruiis troni it. lle
favor tho leduction of the tarilV, but
tlimks it should lie niade on duties on
hnnorted necesaries of life, while tlie
tiuth is that the Aineriean niauuractui'er
now niakes nearly all such artieles con
siuned in thl country, and the dittior
colleeted are inainly froin articles of
iiperlluitv or luxurv. Tliere i not iu
hl meesaf;e one open, niauly wonl in fa-
vor of the lirotection ot Aincncan m-
The New State Library Buildinq.
A Montpelier letter to tlie lioston .lour-
nal thus describes the new State liorary
building, the constriiction of whlch has
been superintended by Mr. Clinton Sinitli
of thls place :
'1 lie new building for tlie State library
and Suprenie court, lor the erection of
which the last legi'lature appropriated
8.'Ki,000, is fast approachiug completioii
and will tc rcady lor occupaucy early in
October. The strueture is in the forin of
an annex to the west wing of the State
llouse, and is connected there with by
entraiices Ieading troin the tlrst and sec
ond stoiies. The new library building
Is 71 feet S Inches long by -18 feet 8 inehes
wide, and abuts by the ic.ir end of the
west wall of the State llouse 21 feet
leavinir and exiiosed frontairc 011 State
street of ."il feet. The higltt of the walls
is -11 feet 7 inehes. The front and west
side of the building is of iiuhewu Barre
granite, the window caps, cornices aud
inoldliigs belng of haininered granite
The ioundation walls are also of irranite
The editiee is hullt to be fire-proof, tho
lloor beanis and stalrways heiug of iron
and the hallways and corridors haviu
lloors of niarbie tlie. The mopboard
are of marble and the lloor are laid in
Southern pine. The baetnent i used
for closets and toilet rooins and for thi1
The Supreino court room occupie tlii
llrt lloor of tlie building, and is ."lx28
ieet in si.e. It is 1 1 feet 10 inches high
and is lltted with a bench for the liill
court of scven judges. U11 the saine
lloor is a lawyers' room, 2Sxl.'t feet iu
sie, and a room for tlie nienibers of the
court. There are alo two legislativ
comniittee rooins 011 tliis lloor. Kntrance
to tlie building from theouUldc, aud also
Irom tln' lower hall ot the State Jlou:
is ellected on tliis lloor.
On the second lloor is tlie historical
room aud tlie unrary room, wliieh are
reached by an Iron stairway from the
llrst lloor, and also through tlie old libn
ry, which opens out of tlie lobby adiolu
ing I'epresentatives' hall. Kntering the
new building from the old library the
vlsitor passes through a lobby, 011 the
left of which is the librurian's room, Sx
12 feet in si.e. Attheendof tlie corri
dor is the historical room, 20x10 feet in
si.e and 14 feet 10 Inches hijjli. The
ceilinir and lloor are of Southern pine
and tlie walls are hard tlnlshed. The
room is lighted by threc lofty windows
Tlie famous painthig of the battle of Ce
dar C'reek, which has heretofore occn
pied one side of the exeeutive chauibcr
will be placeil iu the new historical room
A conspicuous featuro of thls room will
be the llreplace, which is to be niade of
the varlous kinds of Vennont marble, the
centro panel containliig tho State coat
of-arins iu marble. Tliu marble tlre
nlace is a irift to the Stato from ex-Gov
Itedlleld l'roctor, the marble king of
The llbrarv room is entered froin tho
historical room. It is lnx.lO leet iu sl.e
with an extreinc hlght of 2.S feet slx Ineh-
1 nt! root is noii trussed, aiul tne
eelliii' U frescoed a liglit blue tint. '1'lie
walls of the room are brlck flnlshed and
ilnted a tcrra cotta sliade. Tlie fraine
work for the shelving is of iron, and the
heives are ot boiithcrii pine. iiie ca-
icltv of the room is liinlted to 70,000
oluuies, one-thlrd of whlch l to be utll-
l7.ed for the 22,000 voluincs contained in
the State llbrary. The room is llghtcd
ov It large wlndows. iteadllig (lesi;
will be plaeed betweeii the windows
fronting on State street. The library
buildiiif; 1 very siibstantially built and
the citi.ens of 'the State who have occa-
ion to reort to the varioiis departinents
1 1 1 the new structuie will appreciate tlie
haiiges ellected bv tlie erection of the
The 2:40 race trotted at llethel last
Snturday was won by Joscph nattcll's
ly stallion, 'J'hought, son of Paniel
I.anibert. Tho llrt hcat wa taken b- .1.
Furman's brown stallionMorgan En-
terprUe by Killington, son of Woodstock
(.lohn Morrlll), after whlch Thought
won hi tlirce stralght heats. The other
beaten horses were Illack ilim, bl. g. by
Woodstock, entered by C. C'ady of Itarn-
ard; .lohn S., br. g. by Itilly liing, enter
ed by F. S. Wineh o'f Middlebury, and
Mark F. br. g., entered by II. P. IIousc
of Bethel, .lohn S. won a race on the
iiine grounds the day before.
Dr. W. II. Kingsley of Middlebury has
sold his trotting horse Williain 15., to I).
L. l'arker, owner of Little Dick. Wil-
liam 11. is by Del.ong" Kthan Allen :
1111 by tho lleinenway Horse, son of
I'ho adinlrers of tho Morgan horse will
be glad to hear that the great Morgan
mare. I.ady de .Tarnette, i continuiiig
her siilendid career. She exhlbited at
the I.atonla and Marysvllle fairj in Ken
tucky, aml at the llillshoro' and Chilll
cothe l'airs iu Ohlo, to enthiislastic spec-
tators. The l!ay State Fair association
have sccurcd her for 81100 for their fair to
be held in JSotou, Massachusetts, Oct.
to 8, ipid the Texas State fair have cu
gaged her for 8.100 to be iu Dallas, Tex-
Oet. 2(i to Xov. (I. Such engagement''
uiean great value. rerhaps no otlier
hor.o could get ucli price for showlng
tylo and beauty.
A Trunk Mystery
IX WII1CII A MIIlIlI.KIIL'ltY
jian is ox-
Tlie riattshnrgh (X. V.) Telegram
I'ue-dav has tlie following:
Mr. t'liarles (.'hi-liohn renorted vester
terday at the heriirs ollice that he liad
di-covercd a trunk in the woods near the
Singlng Sands beach. In the aiternoon
Ueputv SheritV Fit.iiatrick iu comiianv
with -Mr. Cliisliolm procecded to the
place, wliieh was ItO or 10 rods froin tln
ake shore, and secured tho trunk and
brought it to I'lattsburiih. The trunk
was of the ordinarv si.e and covered witli
leather. It was secured bv strap. L'pon
ojiening it it was found to be llllcd with
1 luan s clothing, most of it inucli tlie
worse for wear. The clothing was evi
dcntly that of a ineehaule, as a jiair of
overaiis very greasi- were ainong tlie ar
ticles. In tho trunk also were threc
wooden wheels, evidently pattern wheels
01 Minic descrlptloii, anottle ot 111k aud
uottie ot essence ot pepiierniint, with one
of Wells, Bichardson C'o.'s labels on it
111 tlie poeket ot tho vest was found the
l'ot otllco nt
Kt'KUtcrcMl I.ettvr So. 3.
Ucculvcil JInv 11. lsMl.
ol .liuiiiw .McI.iuiL'lilln.
iidilresM'il to.IolmS. McI.iuiKlilln, Middlebury
On tlie back was written "Kd. Deo irot
01. 10s peas aud oats. ' An old euvelone
was aiso lound 111 the saine pocket, but
most of tlie addres liad been torn oll'
11 that rcmained was "McLauirhlin. I.:
The mystery is how could the trunl
have uot tliere. It is ouite a loinr dis
tance to the road and also to the lake.and
it was (piite heavy, weigliiug inucli more
than any one man could carry far.
had evidently been there a number of
ihiys, exposed to the weathcr, a lt wa
coni)letely soaked by raln. A search
will be maue today Jor tlie owner
The Jaines Mcl.aughliii who owned
the inysterious- trunk is a Middlcbur
man. His son, the .lohn S. McLauglilln
of the registry rcceipt, is einployed at
Mr. Itider's drug store. He reccived
letter from his father on Tue.nlay.
was dated Monday and caiue froin I.arni'
bee's I'oint. The elder Mcl.aughliii left
here early Iu the spring and had been at
Isle I.a Motte till recently. Of cour
the young 111.111 knows nothing about the
Wcdnesday's I'lattsburgh Telegram
says : "The trunk proves to be the prop
crty of one Mcl.aughliii, who was un-
ployed as an englneer hy Mr. Peter
I.e.otte, at his quarrles at Blull'Polnt
Some threc weeks ago he suddenly dlsap-
peared iu the night taking his trunk with
hlm, and no doubt left it in the woixl
and lutendcd to come for it at souie iu
ture time. He gave no uotice to his e:n
ployer that he was about to leave
Sheep for the West.
Mr. II. E. Bissell, son of E. X. Blssdl
Esq., of Shoreham, will In a few day
start for Burlington, Wls., with a paity
of teu stock rains which he will sell
llorns are blown at all hours In Starr
Ilall, but 110 regular hornlng has yet
The college quartettc Is to be rcorgan
l.ed thls fall, and promlse to be better
Wedncsday aftcrnoon the Frcsliuien
ninc defeated the Sophomorcs by a scoro
of 12 to It, in .1 four-iuiilng game.
The boarding liall thls term is under
the chargc of K. D. Howe, "S7, and II. X.
Winchester, '87, andaccoininodatc about
The llrst numbcrof the fndergraduatc
111 be Issued in Oetoher. l)r. Kankln's
memorial addrcss s to be publilied In
two parts Iu the October and Xovembcr
Tho annual comes on Friday, October
J he list of sports is as follows : 100
ards dash, 220 yards dash, ouarter-inilc
riin, lialf-inile run, milo run, livc-niiles
go-as-you-please, standlng high iunip,
ruiininghigh jump, standlng broad juinp,
runnlng broad jump, three jumps ; hop,
step and jump; polc vault, putting shot,
high kick, tlirowing baso hall.
Saturday the Frcshnieu nlne went to
Burlington to play a gaine of baseball
ith the L niversity of Vennont Fresh-
men. The L . V. M. Ireshmeii went to
bat and succeeded in irettiiiir one run.
Tlie Middlebury Freshnien then went in
and niade threc and had one man 011 sec
ond bae with 110 man out, wiien L'ame
wa called 011 aecount of rain. The re-
turn game will be playcd 011 the college
campus here. Saturday, Oct. i). A sinall
uhiusslon will be chargcd to defray the
expenses of tlie visiting elub.
A Sudbury Girl'r pqolishness.
Anna, the 18-year-old daugliter of Dr.
II. A. llawley of Sudbury, dNappeared
witli her fatlier's teani 011 Sundav inorn
. It was fonnd that he had cut oll
her hair and put 011 a man' uit of
clothes before leavinir the houe. Slie
left a note saylng that it would be uu-
les to follow her. Tlie fainlly are iu
good elreuuistances and staml well o-
cially. The daugliter was well cducated,
good looking and accomp1ihed.
riie girl was luiind, Sunday evening,
near llague, ... It soeins that she
had prcparcd for -onie days for the es
eajiade. Her family Miy -he i sutlering
tiom inenta) aberratiou eau-ed by t'oo
closi! apiilication to her studies.
The State Y. M. C. A.
l'he twentietli annual conventioii of
tlie Young Men's Chritiau assoeiations
and evangelical chut'ches of Vermont will
be held iu tlie MuthodUt ehiirch at Barre
October 7th to lOtli. The lirst sessiou
will be held Thur-day, the 7th, at 7 :1." p.
111., and tlie closing service on the even
ing of Sunday, the 10th. Ainong tho-e
wlio will be preseut from abroad and de-
liver addresses are Hev. A. B. Kendlg, I).
I)., of Boston; Oeorge A. Hall, State
secretary V. M. C. A. of Xew Vork; Ed
ward A. Lawrence, State secretary V.M.
0. A. of Connecticut; II. E. Brown, sec
retary interuational comniittee; E. W
Watkins, secretary Interuational comniit
Hev. B. Fay Mills istocoliduct a uuion
rovival service at Brandon tliis month,
and a general coinniittee consisting of
tlie pastor and two laymen from each
church iu the place has been appointed
to make arrangeinents.
Senator and Mrs. Justin S. Morrill
have lately been guests of Senator Ed
uiuiids iu Burlington.
W. A. Faulkner, eleven ycars cashier
of the Feople's X'atioual bank of Brat
tleboro, has aceepted a shnilar iiosition
iu the Hide aud I.eather bank, Bo-don.
Mr. and Mrs. Milo B. Williamson of
Cornwall are at preseut guests of his
brotlier, Judge Wllliainsoii, at l'ala-
Sentenced for Life.
The second trlal of Oscar Meyer for
the uiurder of O. O. Kraiw 011 Lake
Champlain iu .lanuary, 1SSI, was conclii'
ded in the ! ranklin county court at St.
Albans, Wednesday, with a vcrdict of
murder in the second degree and the
prisoner was sentenced by Judge lloycc
to linprisonnient at hard labor for life.
Meyer was convicted iu September last
of murder ln the llrst degree, but the
Supreme court sent the cae back by
reason of an alleged defect inpalriug tlie
man's iiuallllcations, and the neglect of
the judge to chargc with diseriinhiatiou
conccrning what constltuted uiurder Iu I
the second degree. The plea niade iu 1
the preseut trial was iustitlahlc houilclde,
and Meyer was put on tlie stand to testi
fy iu hi own behalf. The verdlct just
a St. Albans dispatch. The oph.ion'was
that a new trlal would not rcsult as dld
the lirst. Xo particular evldenco was
adduccd to provo auythlug less criiuiual
thau was showu before, but Meyer's
story about having killed ICntue Iu self
defence evidently created a doubt iu the
nilnds of thejuryinen.
HENRY J. NELSON
OFKKltS THE l!i:.ST OPI'OUTI XITY OF T1UJ
SKASON TO 11UYKUS Ot' KIUST-Cl.ASS
1IN limirillllcont .stock of new fall slvles Is
conipieiCf lnciiuuiiK 101 inui uuiuj, oniu
lilL'litlll uiiil lilill-Iioll";Ujk', ln
STYLISH FALL AND WINTER GOODS
AltK NOW IX STOCK.
Tho pricos toll,
The quality sells.
ALL FREIGHT PREPAID
To nnv rallroad Matlon tn Addison county 011
all bills auiountiU!,' 10 over icn uouais.
HENRY J. NELSON,
ASSORTMENT OF NEW
Fall d Wintcr kt
SEAL PLUSH GARMENTS,
uiiuii 1 iinni f)
and finally unvthing in tho
garmentlino forLadies, Misses
We arc also ablo
largo lino of
to show you a
Itlack niitl Colorcd
IXr ALL COI.OHS,
Allwoask is for you to inspect
1 Gods and Prices beforo buying,
. 1 .1 tr
GEO. H. K I N S L E Y,
111 Clll'ltCII STItKKT,
IUTIU.TNGTON, - - VT.
yy H. BLISS,
ATTOllXKV ANI) CUUXSKI.OU.
Olllco tn Tupper'H lllock.
lPBtlrs in Allen lllock.
Olllco llOllt'-! lioin !l u. 111. till T p. 111.
Mnnufuctururund dcalur in tdl kinds ol
AMEIMCAX and FOBEIGX M AllBLE,
GBAXITE WOBIC, ETC.
Witli Old Middlebury Mnrblo Co.
Itino.N, Vt ,
ix itis ornui: daii.y
unles ciillcd awny. Coiic-ixiiidenco care-
lully nttendcd to wlien stamp Is uncloseil.
E. MELLEN, D. D. S.,
Olllco liotirs, 8 to 12 11. 111., 1 to ! p. m. Ofllco
over Frank A. Fnrnswoith's store,
l.aiiKlmiK kiis udimutsturvd.
lllnk llook HlniiufiictiirliiK.
'apcr rulcd to ordur. Illaiik llooks He-bound.
ltlTI.ANU, - VT.
Tlu Fiirin kiidwn iiM tno Ilnvwnrd innn.
occupicd by tlie lnte C. N. Iiiiyward In hi lll'u
time, (.lluntod in tlie noitli cat part ol l'.Hil
port, Addl-on County, Vt., lontalniini about
1 iu nt-ri-N 01 r.xcoiioiu iiuiii. .ii;iiii'ii iu
ralsiiiK liuy und (,'ndn or to look nilsliiK.
IIik 11 liooil wood lot imd 11 urcut varloty of
ebolot" fndt. (Jood building und n liiMiiitlnil
11 loeutlon as tbo county iiuonw. iuii'iiei-
leet and poeinn ulvi'ii October 1. lsNi.
For paitlculiii.s and tenn upply t
.1. J. ( H.I.M:, Itrlilpnrl, Vt.,
I.I'CIA, .llfiiitpcllcr, Vt.
On all elasses ot vcliicle Iu wliieh I dcal.
WORKING CARTS !
SOMKTIB IXCt X Kff !
For tnilnlnir eolts and ircncnd road U"o: well
adnpted to eitbur purpo-c, bclnu light, troii(j
unil wuii lniuiu.
Price, $30 and Upwards.
B. F. IIASKELL.
West Cornwall, Vt.
THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE
For Impure IU001I, Dyspcpia,
Constlnatlon, Imss ot Appetito, II;
uess, llcadacbc, Jaundice, LoMot Meui-
ory, liics, i;mntlons ot tno skid,
General Dctiluty, Kiieumatlsm,
and all dlseases arislnc from
Uisordered Livcr, Bow
els or lvldticya.
IIMCnilAI I PI1 flQ h nnTUflRTIR
uiibuunbubu nu n wniiiniiuwi
ilOVISO THE dowels TiionononLV,
ajjd wituout rAtN, OBifiKO ou wkakmess.
Purely vPef b!: otly SQfe
UNSURPASSED FOR CHILDREft
Sold hy all Druggists.
I PRICE Sl. - - SIX BOTTLES S5.
The Standard Institution.