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MIDDLEBURY REGTSTER, OCTOBER 1, 1886.
FEEDING SOILING FOODS.
It tnny be tlmt eotnc dalryincii linvc
Mi crops tlils year for the flrst time,
id otliers xvlio bave cultivateil tliutn be-
.... .1.. iii. t I'limi' f1w lmar iiwitlwnle ftf
eillnj; tliem. '1'lie prcvalling niethoil l
cut what ts ncciled for n foed, atnt lin
cdlati'ly dellvcr lt to tlic stock, eltlicr In
o ntnble, a yard or the pasture. In
Is coiulltlon It i3 tjulto bciivy to handlo
it contalns n great ainouiit of water
lly 80 per eent of the whole welght. In
i condition lt ls too wushy a food, and
fotl very largcly lt physies tlic stock,
to cut the nttion atul allow it to wilt
hnfnn- lt ls ilellvered to tbo
ock. Knougb to answer for a day'f
eding sliould be cut and allowcd to wllt
itll thc next day, when lt i easier to
mdle and is in a better condition to feed,
portion of ltsinolsturehaviiigevaporat-
Tbis wlll silve the best rcsults as
ng as the food is very green and succu
nt, whleh it wlll be untll tlic llrst of
'pteinber or later, under ordlnary cir-
iintaiiees. Ittnescason i very urj,
alter the eron has attalned its full
owth aml devolopeinetit, there ls less
pimiIpiipp In the food and it inakes less
florence about wlltlng prior to feeding.
1. ! .... ....1.1.. tn i1i, an
11. I'UI IV 1L l!l III L'lUl illltU IV. " v.
SHEEP VS. COWS.
Onllnarily, shccn are considered niorc
. .1 - -t....1. .In.l.ill.lc!
UlllilUli; LIUlll l.W".'l iv.i'..- "1
i eircumstanccs, howcvcr, as to whieh
ill pay the better. Often pasturcs are
tter adapted to sheeit than to gra.ing
cows. Cows in a dalry sliould not be
hieetpd to elinib hllls and liick ni) their
tlm rni'l.-a. Siicli nnstures
e better adapted to sheep. The sheep
... 1.111.. .....I vnllni'C
eking the lower groundiln thedaythne
id ironitr to the cooler, nigner reircni
)on the hills in tlic night.
The (iiiestioiifi as to the prolltableness
sheep is changed somewhat sincc tlie
Kitit. One eow will eat about the saine
eight sheep, though in roeky pasture
e eight sheep would get a good living
herc thc averai:e cow would starve. n
a ipiestion whether these eight sheep
itll their product of wool and lainbs
ould not net more uioney than tlie cow,
e ...m.t.... .....1 ..nt.1mr
ll".ll"f5 ........ M - D
r the inilk. A herd of twelve to llftceu
...III .....t.a ftmn ifitM
IW.S 1 1 1 lll'I'II 1 1 llltlll 3 ltlM-
llv In fppiliii :ind c'tirlnir for them.
ilk nialxC's imtch cxtni work in thu
ium aml when imnle into oither hutter
elicL'i tloo.s not net a big irotlt aftur
ivin for thc? lahor.
Slioop are often trouhlcd witli seab and
t 1 1 !...!.. ...w...-4-l.
I'li iic.Liiii tiiivi i uuitu iiii n
..1! II.. 1... 1 tlm nn iiinli
111 II ill 11 IJU Llli; Lil-U n 11 U liiV ilHllimii:
. t ..ill!. .!..-. .,,.,1 ..11 i.-tll
llUlil imv ...
meeile that tlie nrollts are now sinall
IIIIIVII 111 .111 lll.lllllt'l Ul 1U.'IH.VI-'I .
-I. !.. ..II f ...... ........ 'I'l.n....
a species of "mite" or lice which in
t. sheep, eauIng los of wool in winter
well a hxs of tleh in suninier. The
uy iiiu;iiis in Ki,i.,iiii n iiuuk ni
leeji in good sliape is to keep theni free
oin all of these iiarasites which once in
odueed to the llock stick like a leech
.1 !..! !.... .1...
.1 , ..e 1 1...- .. ..f .....1
I11II.U& Ul tlll.'lll I "I iiiu jiuiiw-i; VI
ddiug sheep nearly, if not cjuite, of all
le trouble.- caued by parasites, tliere
i better reniedy than crude iietroleum.
i- a cheap substance and can be pro
ired at nearly all the druggists. The
ude oil, it should be reineinbered, is
very ditlcrent substance froin the re
ned or keroH'ne oil u'ed for lighting
urioes. The retincd oll will kill tlie
lfwltn nn !iiilin:ils. hiif is nnt. sii siiro
... . .1. ..." .1 V .1... ..f
the crude oll, and has the great objec-
on of blisterins: or caulug the wool or
air to come oll'.
On the contrary, the crtide oil niav be
iniieu wiiu iiiMiuuiiy, wiui u ie.u ui
. f 1 .l. I !... ...t.t. .......
ariuful results In any way, and 1 sure
i .ii t.. rr
p nn ni an u;ii.iMie. i.euiiun tiuiu-
'If you should call on us about 7
'olock soine evening this suinmer, and
crliap. If you su&neeted from tlie
olor of our hand or faecs that we were
,...1.1 . .,t.1,r 1.I..1-
n iri.pn irkviftiitlmr I'Aiiiniinv.' fltir linva
isit the batli-rooin after work U done,
nd eleek thempelves upt often iuttln
n clean elothes throuliout, and then ;o
i for a cood timo untll 0 or 10 o'cloek."
o wrltes T. lt. Terry to the Albany Cul
ist as neut and tldy, when thu day";
f...!' ta ..i'nr nc tliniirrll tllPV llvpd lll
m n n ir.v. " ' . - j -
iwii or clty.
On a dairy fann ono cannot inake the
0-hour systein work as well, on accouiit
f tlwt 1(1 IIL-Iin. rVt inornhiL mllkhiL'
"- n r- ' '
i,n .1..n f-ititoflk ff tn clv liniirc
mt all work may be closed up at night
oon after six, usually, unless one has to
U IIJ VllV l.ll.iwi..
Mr. Terry's inen have only to feed and
are for the horses and iullk the cows
.efore breakfast at C :0, so as 10 begin
i. riii..... nft..i. ,..,f .. lUtl.1 1m..
VOTK at 4 i ll imi.il fs1 " iiiiiv. iiini.
o slt down and read the jiapers or niaga-
ines, a good supply of which are taken
nd at night they can have three houri
o read if they wish.
Of course on cvery fann thore wlll bo
lines wheu wu have to work a little later
hau i o'clock. One cuts a little too
nuch hay to get through in tiine, or
potatoes to cultlvate to llulsli tlic plcce.
ltut Mr. Terry notlces tliat hls inen l,let
out a II uk" to get through iu timo If lt is
posslble. If they let out a little too
niuch, and get through at i :H0 or even "
o'clock, they are not asked to ilo any
more that day, and they know they wlll
not be, so thcie Is encoutageinent to hur
ry up. Even granting that tho'o fariners
who work froin sun to sun do accoiiiplish
more, cannot enough be done now-a-days
in tcn hours? Can we not taku a little
more tline for rest and lecreation and
reading, now that niachinery lias niade
it posslble for 115 to acconiplUli so niuch
niorc than our fathers dld in the saine
tiine? Must wc put in as niany hours a
day as they dld when they had to niow
and cradle by haud, now that we can
niow an acre In JiO lnlnutcs, plant an acre
of potatoes in two hours, one nian and
teain doing all the work of niarklug out,
dropplng and covering, or dig tlic saine
ground In about the saine tline? I.et us
use niaclilnery so as to make fann llfo a
little more pleasant by having more time
for rccreation. The tiine has coinc when
the farmer and his inen can be, and
should be, more social as well as reading
uid thiuking belngs. The reports froin
the citles for sonie tiine past niust show
1 thlnker that 011 the farmers largely de-
pends the future welfare of thU great
country; hence fanners sliould be wcll-
balanced and posted inen that tliey may
overbalance the evils of the clty and take
more hand In the uiaklng and esccutlng
ot our laws. Ilural.
BOSTON WOOL MARKET.
The lloston Journal of l'riday last, re-
viewing thc wool uiarket of the week,
The wool market has ajiain been verv
aetive and tlie transactions reported are
large, ainminting to U,l!il.(KI0 pounds
foreign and doinctIe. There has heen
considerable speculative deinaiid this
week. but at the same time manufac-
turers have taken hold quite freely, and
have paid the advanced prices asked.
The market i verj' llrui and advaiiclng,
iml inanv lielieve that tlie liiirhwater
inark has not yet been reaelied. The ad
vices froin I.ondon still report a harden
iug inarket and active deinaiid, and from
11 points iu tlie iiiterioraiidabroadcoine
reports of strong andadvaiicing markets.
! ine waslieu lleeces liave lurtlier advanced
during the week, and have been most in-
liilred lor. 1 he woolen jroods market is
in a satNfactory position. Manufaetiir-
ers are now eonlident 01 ohtaluing Detter
jiriee.- for their goods wheu the season
for heavy-weights opens. They are,
tlierefore.'niore dispocd to ay the hlgh-
er priee aUed lor wool, and do so with
out as much grumbliuu; as formerlv.
l'he sales of llne washed wool this
week have been verv large and prices are
higher. We ijuote Ohioand I'ennsylvania
it .l-l to ;it eents lor X and ;i.--J to
cents for XX and XX and above. At
the clo-e holders were not dispoed to
hade .'!0 cents for XX and .'14 cents for
X. The sales for the week have been
.-)7,J()0 poumN, and inclutle 100,000
pounds XX at .'I.") 1-2 to .'!li cents, 150,000
pounds X and XX at .'t.'l to ;10 cents, 107,-
100 pounds X and XX at II.') to ,'tl! cents,
.".,000 pounds XX at H4. '1-4 cents, 2.".000
pounds a.a at .10 cents, "Jii.uoo iioiuids x
at :tl cents and 2.1.0(11) pounds X at ;i:t 1-2
cents per pound . In .Nn. 1 wooH there
has been more doing and prices are tlrm
at .'17 to IIS cents per pound. Sales of 2.1,-
000 pound- Xo. 1 Ohio at .'!7 1-2 to IIS
cents, 1)0,000 pounds at n. cent and .u.-
000 pounds at 117 to cents per pound.
Jlichigan wools are llrm aud iu deinnnd.
with sales of .'171,(100 pounds of all kliuU,
and incliuleH.1,000 pounds X at.'(2 to.'!2 1-2
cents, 140,000 pounds X at 112 cents, 12,
000 pounds X at Itl to IIII cents, I.1..100
pounds Xo. 1 at .10 cents and 10,000
lounds Xo. 1 at Ii7 ceiit.- per pound.
l lie marUi.'t clo-es llnn at .12 to ;cj 1-
eents for X, witli some holder.- asking
li.'l cent jier pound. There have alo
heen sale- ot 10,000 liouuds wahed
lleeces at 2S to 110 cents, and 4112,000
pounds lleeces, various grades and iiuall
ties, at a wiile range of values.
l'he deinaiid for washed combing and
delaine lleeces has coiitiniied good and
prices are tiiin. Xo. 1 combing is piot
ed at 11 to 10 cents for Ohio and 117 to IIS
cents lor.MichiganaiidflnedelaiiicatllO to
117 cents for Ohio and 114 to 11.1 cents for
Miehiiran. The stock of combimr aud
ifclainc lleeces is sniall. The sales have
been 217,1100 pounds, and include .1000
pounds Xo. 1 Ohio combing at H'.l cents,
J.1,000 pounds ,o, 1 Ohio couiliiug at IIS
cents, i:i,.l(l0 lioumls Xo. 1 Michi'an
combing at 117 to IIS cents, 1S00 pounds
llne Ohio delaine at 117 cents, 20,000
pounds llne delaine at 1)7 cents, 10,000
pouiuls ,(, 2 eomhing at Il.i cents, 2.i,
000 pounds tlne Ohio delaine ar 117 cents,
22,000 pounds tlne Michigan delaine at II i
cents, 2.1,000 pounds 1-1 blood at 112 1-2
cents and 100,000 pounds eomhing and
delaine 011 private terms. rnwashed
combing wools have been (piiet, with
sales ot only 11000 pounds at 2S to .'(() cents
The deinand for uuwashed lleeces has
been of large proportious, and the sales
of all kinds for the week have been 1,
.101,100 pounds. In Territory wools there
have been sales of !lS!),000 pounds, of
which 81,000 pounds was llne medium at
2(i 1-2 cents, 12.1,000 pounds llne and
niediuin at 21 to 20 cents, .10,000 pounds
llne at 22 to 21 cents, .10,000 pounds medl
uin at 2.1 to 20 cents, 120,000 pounds llne
and niediuin at 20 to 20 cents, 80,000
pouiuls inedium 3Iontnna at 20 cents, 10,-
000 pounds tlne aud luediuni at 22 to 28
cents, and 110,000 pounds llne and niedi
uin 011 private terms. Texas wools have
been quiet, with sales of 21)1,000 pounds
at uuchaiigcd prices, say trom 21 to 2.
cents per pound. In uuwushed and uu
merchautable Western lleeces there has
been a fair buslnes doing, with sales of
281,100 pounds, ineluding 121,200 pounds
line ut 22 to 2.1 cents, WKHI liounds llne at
211 cents, 8200 pounds uiimerchautable at
-'1 1- cents, fi(HK) pouniis tlne at 22 cents
1200 pouiuls llne at 2.1 cents, 51, .100
pouiuls llne at 22 to 2.1 cents. 00,000
liounds carpet, 4000 pound black and 1.1,-
uoo pounds llne 011 private terms."
A land turtle got iu front of Jacob
i'rider's sclf-biudlng reaper, near Green
castle, I'a., had a hind leg cut oll', and
was taken up nnd bound ln a sheaf of
wheat, whero he was found by the
threshers seyen weeks later. Thc place
whero the leg had been cut oll' was nicely
From tlieTroy Ilmlgut.
Toniatocs are cspeclally cheap Just now
md may be canned at little trouble and
expensc. A large or sinall ipiantlty may
be done at a time, and they should be put
iu glas jars in preferonco to thoseof tin,
wlileli are apt to injure the llavor. Very
Ipe toniatocs are the best for the pur-
poe. They are tlrst put into a large pan
ind covered with bolllng water. This
looseiis the skln, which iseasily removed,
ind the toniatocs are then put Into tlic
prescrvlng kettle, set ovcr a inoderate
llie w Ithout the addltiou of water or any
seasoning and brouglit to a boll. Alter
boilliig slowly one liour they are put in
to tlie jars aud sealed tightly. They will
a'ep two or three years In this way. Tlie
ars sliould be lllled to the briin to pre-
vent air from gettlng in.
Delieate chlna will kcep much longer
and stand changes of teinperaturu better
If subjeeted to the followlng treatment.
I'ut thc artlcles ln a vessel of cold inilk
and place 011 the baek of the stovc. I.et
the inilk heat very slowly, and after one
or two hours reacli a boll. It should
then be removed aud pennltted to get
cold before tlie artlcles are taken out.
C'hina slightly cracked is niade stronger
by this niethnd.
1'eaches apt to spoil bcforc they can bc
ued should be pared and put into a
saucepan with a little water and sugar.
They make a nlce sauce for tca or lunch
con. pint of oysters will make a season-
nble dinner dish for a fainily of six. Se-
lcct nlce frcsli oysters in preference to
thoe of large size. Take a lialf pound
of oyster crackers and crumblc .1 layer
of them in a deep pudding disli. Ovcr
this place a half Uo.en or so oysters,
spriukle with pepper, saltandtiny plcces
of hutter; then put another layer of
crackers and oysters untll the dih is
full. The top laver should be crackers.
I'our in a cup of oystcr-juice, put a little
butter 011 top and sot in a inoderate ov-
en. Uake lor a liall liour and serve hot.
l'he whole lNh will eot about thirty
,V niee pudding for Sunday dinner is
niade out of a quart of inilk. four table
spoonfuls of cornstarch, three eggs, a
cup of sugar aud a doen macaroons.
Heat the yolks of the eirgs iu two-thirds
of the cup of sugar. I'ut the milk 011 the
stovc and when it reache a boll stir in
tlie cornstarch, which lias previously
been mixed with a cup of cold inilk.
Keep stlrring constantly for about teu
lnluute, then niove to one ide of the
tove and add the yolks and sugar. I.et
it cook slowly, stlrring now and then,
while the whites of tlie eggs and tlie re
lnainiler of the sugar are heaten to a still'
froth ; add tlie-e and then pour into a
pudding di-h oyer the niacaroons. J It
should be eaten ice-cold. i o
(ireen eorn left over from dinner makes
ii nice breakfast dUh, prepared as fol-
low : Cut tlie corn froin the cob and
put into a bowl with a cup of inilk to ev
ery cup of corn, a half cup of liour, one
egg, a pinch of salt and a little butter.
Mix well into a tliick batter and lry in
sinall cakes iu verv hot butter. Serve
with pleuty of butter and powdeied
THE EVER-PRESENT FRAUD.
The nuinber of rogues who seck to llve
bv lleecing tlie hone-t producing lmblic
s legion, aud a very large proportion of
their scliemes are aimed at the farmer.
I'o escape the greater part of them, how
cvcr, that individual lias only to adopt a
(luare, straightforward aud pnulent
course. lt is rarely iudeed that ordinarv
business sagacity wlll not sulllce to de
leat the most consuinmate frauds. Kven
the wi-est farmers, however, have been
Iviiowu to be victimii'ed ln this way.
Very many of the trap deIgucd for this
clas of men are set through theadvertls-
lng coluiiiiis of the iiress, and tho-e not
couversant with the subjcct can have 110
idea of tlie degree of vlgilance requlred
to keep wiilely circulated journals free
I10111 these things. Kvery kindof ingen
ulty is resorted to in order to blind the
upiciou3 publislier, and the most rascal-
ly schemes are often i)ieented with
plauible backlng. Constant caie will
usually circuinvent tlie scoundiels, yet
they nianage once iu a while to elude the
argus eyes of the most wary. A cae 1 11
jioint was the late American Fruit (.irow-
ers assoclatlon schi'ine, to which we have
alluded before, sceinluglv one of the inot
innocent bits of oll'-hand generoslty
which could be devi-ed. Several of our
conteiuporanes whose detcstation of
crookeduess cannot be nucstioncd, boost-
ed the fraud most cnergetically and inno-
cently, and one after another are now
kicklng thcmselves for theircredultv.
Xo publisher can all'ord to boast,
though, over his successful avoidance of
theM' snares; for perhaps noue can say
that they have not at somo tline or other
been decelvcd into accepting fradulent
advertisenients, or Into lendlug the use
of their coluiuns for tlie clrculatlon of
what subseiuently proyed to be an oily
bait. l'rauds are carrled iu the advertl
ing coluuin of somo of our ostensihly
decent exchanges which are too palpable
to all'ord the publisher any e.Tuse what
ever for giving them countenance; but
there aro other swlndles, not so pro-
noiiuced in their character, or better con
ccaled, which someliow nianage toescape
tlie most crltlcai cllorts at detection
Whero a constant and conscientious cllbrt
is made to keep clear of these thlugs,
liowevcr, lt is seidom tliat they appear
The press can be kept nieasurably clean
iu tliis regard whcre it is a matter of cou-
selence so excludo cverythlng of a doubt-
The Latest News.
Is tlmt all who linvu ti led t.nw's Hlulng flnd
It fnr Niiperlor to lnillno ut 1cb uxpunso. lt It
iiipil lin- liliiliiK clothcs 11111I for blnK'liliiR new
or old iriitnls to a Hiinwv wliltp. Altui. fnrpnl.
oi lliRraKciirpctslt i uiiciitinllcil, ainl us 1111
luk Itiniikes one qimrt, which llows eqiml to I
tlie btM wiltliiglliild.
Korsnle by llcckw lth & Co.,Ilond llroi. iinit 1
lluneillet ,t lllid. 2.) I
ltllt TIIK I.IKilftl.ATlVl
wlll contiilii full reports ot l.enlxlutlvo jiro.
ci'cdhiL's, uud ot iill iiMiiortmit doliigs ut tbu
L'lipllnl duillifl tbc seKloii. It wlll iilo lnivo
(lieelul ti'leKiupblc ruportsol liiiportunt news
Ti:ums SliiKle Jiibscrliitlon, S1.2.V, flvo co
ples, s."i..0; tcn coiilux, Jlii. Addresi,
1). W. DIXUX, 1'ubllKlier,
D!i;2w Jlontpcllur, Vt.
(UIIcer'H Clulini, itll classps ot Wur Clalui,
Si J.iiws, Httttngt, aml Htchloui. I wlll im-ut
ull Solilli'rs who wisb to piesunt their ebiliii",
ut Middlebury, Vt., Frliluv nnd Saturdaj-, Oct.
1 und 2, ut tbo County Clcrk's ollloe.
XO CIIAltGK VOU COXSUI.TATIOX. If
yourclalin Is wltbout morlt, I wlll lnlonnyoii
ut once und uvu you trouble. und uxpenne, I
lmve iniiile tlie liroseeutlon of tbeso eluhns u
siiectnlty ut WnsbliiKton, 1). C.i tor over six
vi'urs, und wlll rIvo you vnluublo iidvieo
I'ree. 3!l-2wl CIIAltl.KS K. KAIItMAX.
UTATi: OP VintMOXT IHntrlct of Ail-
Tbo probato court lor tbu distrlct of Adill.
To all persons intcrctpd ln tbo estntp of
Iteuben Cook, lutu of Shoreham, ln nuld Dls.
tiiet, itceensed Ohkktino!
lly tlie iiutborlty of thc Stnto of Vormont,
you uic bcrebv notllled to niipcur buforo tbo
f.itld l'robatu Court, ut tbu rmhate Olllec ln
Middlebury, in suld Dlitiict, on tbc 11th duyof
Oetober, A. II. ISns, nt 10 o'clock u.m.,to sbow
cnusc, lf uny yonllmve, wby tbc ueeount of Ilor
ton W. .loncs, uilmhilstrntoi' ot thc eituto of
snld ileeenicd sliould not be ullowed, nnd nto
wby tlie reslduc of snid estute sbouiil not bo
di-tiibuted to the mrtlcs elitltled tbcreto.
Duted nt MlilillebuiT, In snld DUtllct, t'.lls
21st day of .-cpteinber, A. I). 1SMI.
I.YMAX K. KXAl'l', .Iuiljje.
AfiEJJTS WA5TED "VHm
ITS ORIGIN AND HISTORY.
An linparita) and falthlul ruTlew of thc cnueea au(
)ccurreuccs wlilcu lcd to thn great clvll wur.
lllustratcd wltit portrallR uf ttri Dadmg stotesmaE
jf thc tVTlod covrrcd by tlils bnok.
JWU) OXLY BY siwscniPTiox.
This rcmarkJble booUH wrllti'n by unu who Ishon
H cnouuh and tlnrvn tobrlnp to fiht llie crcti
nut truc c.iUFcs of thcltebelllon, wblUi h&vo hUhurt
jern kupt hiiblen.
IT PUnU-Hi:i IN OKK VOUIME OCTAVQ
MZE, OVKIt S00 rAOF.S, FHOM KEW VL.V
n-S. yN'FINE PAl'ER, AND SuBSTANTIALLY
1101 ND. Whoover quurrels with Oencral I.opnn'
sook wlll quarrclllh hlstnry. . . It ln thc
vork of aman who has somethlnB to wnrth hv'nr
np, aml who Iub rald lt ln a mannrr thitt wlll con
nantl attentlon. Xorth American, PhUmUfphiatJu
In cvery tonn thcro are nuinijersof piople mJo
rtllbeolmltofrlthl) bonk: It.i-lls to MerchdDta, Mc
:!iiin!cs,.KarinerB,flnil eey boily.
U' tcfiiit nne rtqml in erent tnicnxhin. CLEA Rantl
EXCI.USIVK tKimiTOllVxciille filctn to all our
i-irui. Wrlto for ctrciUnrs and apeclal terms to
BgculB and M'curp territory at once. Addreen
CIIAS P. IIATOII. Hnrtrord, Coun.
( Sucueiiaor to M. A. Wiiucr & liatcii.)
WANTED. renimiient po-dtions und
Kiiod wuki's Kuniiintccd. Any dcter
iilined nian ciin Mieeeed. Xo prcvlous
cxiieiicncc iH'fi'ary. reiullur inducenii'iits
oll'eied by mc to boKlnuci. Moek coniplelc.
liirluillUK nn UK' eii-ii-Meu peci:utie-. itu.
tlt il'ec. Aitdles'. ut once,
rilllMAS W. Hl l AN. Mirl'l-VlllHll.
(Xiime thu paper.) ii'.i.M itoi norKit, x. v
RBCLE TRUL ttn-
IGERMAN ASTHRIA CUREKL
DfiTivbt purett liTt ull ntber nntctlita fall
most Yiolent atuck iiiKiin-p romltirtaijie Biceii;
iinrni'dlutct direct iind certuln, nnd n
cui-uJh eirt-ctedlnull CUUAIIM-: CAKm
It periamently cured mi. Refer to tne l tnj- time."
rrn. k. ii.it st i'uut m.
I im ettlrely reitored to bcftlth by Grmn Aatbmt1
Turr. Thul. Fitton, Jiimitton Okio.
'Gtfrmta Aitamk Cnre Ii Utou -Uim for IU It never
r&lU." I'mf. E. Vn Finaertin, UrnnvilU, S. V
"ilf pbyilcUa reeommeDilfd Grmn Aitbm Core lt
curt me. -Vr. M. L. Tttrxtk, iAmiondtrry. OAio
TbomaBvli of ilmllkr Letttrt om flU. iik ny drcfyUt
(rrmnn AMthinn ( uro I otd by all drutr
ynsti at 50r. aud 1 or tut by inail m rrceut
of rrice. Trial twaafa fri to auy addren for
Stamp. H.HC1I1KFM A., M !.. M.lMul.Mlnn.
The Bellows Falls Evaporators
Ilavo provcd them
BClvea to bo far Bupcr
lor to any npparatua
nevcr been cqualled for
BAPIDITT OP KVArOKA
TI0N, KC0N0MT OP FUIL
Many TIIOTJSAND3 ln use. Send for Ulus.
trated clrcular with tcstlmonlala to
Vt. Farm Hachlne Co., Bellows raiis, vt
Omtlemcn-It Is dttc yon to My that I thlnk I am entlrelr Well Or KUma after havir?
taken Swtft's Speciflc. I have been troubled with lt very little In mj face alnce last tpr'n;.
At the beKinninirof coldncather last fall lt made aglight appearanee, batwcnt awar and
haa never returaed. 8.8.S. nodoibt brokeltnp; at least lt put my nvttcin in Rood condi'ion
umilpot well. lt also benefltcd myifeicatly ln case of elck headache, and made u ln.(lcct
core of a breaklng out camy Illtlu tnree yat old daoghter lut eumraer.
Wttlkitmville, Oa., Feb. 13, 18s6. 1UT, JAALlii V. M. S1CKUS.
TTcatiae on Olooa and Stla DUcajon mallni free.
r- .ww .i..riiii 1 v . , '.,,, f,
ie stuiiilarit tvottliiK HtnlUon ltot,Nii, rpc
2 :2S wliun .") yuni'8 old, Xo. 40s, bred 11ml
' l''"teky, wlll limke tlic mioii of
lsw.iittlio lliillBiiil TrottliiK 1'nik, llnt-
,If.1.,M wl,,l'ro I'o wlll be allowcd to serve
" unilttMl mttubur of mures. Teiinx, e:io.ri,
inyublo nt time ol servlee. Slntes not niiiv,
liiK ln foul can bo returned noxt suiiHon lieu
Itoi.AMi wns slred by Crown Cblcl, dum tliu
thoroiiKbbreil Jii bnnds Ketitucky liiuie eelc.
biated for ber Krcut eiidtiiniieeuiid roud iiunl
ltles, and iiltboiiKb never linvhiff been trnined
Kii uiu'K iuiiioes, eoiiKl trot u inlle liiuulv ln
itlitee luiiiutes, und wns known 111 tbu Abo
ftinmss iuurei crown Clilef bv Mllford Miiiii
r,., 1 brlno; llrst.diiin by .stnr IIIl'iliiinleri Mllfoid
hl.aMON Ol losfl, .Muiiibilnoby.MuinbrhioCtilef ,iimieiis Wul
I ton's Mnnibiliio,) llist duiu bv .luiicr WI1I11.
seconil (I11111 by sir Aiebeyi Minnbiiiio C'blef
byMunibrhio I'aynuiMter, out of tbc itiun ot
tbu l.lvliiKstou KeldhiK und (.ollub 1 Mumbrluo
l'liynmster by Mninbilno; Mninbiino bv 1m
poited MeciiKer, duiu by tinportcil Niuer
Kruiit, Mur IllKblnnder by .Morebind's Hljjli.
binder, bc by Old Cmsudur. MiitiibrlnoCbiel,
tbc Kiiiiidslre ol ltoliind, ls uNo urunilslru ot
tbo duiu ot lMiullus, rccord 2 inj4', uud tbo
irriinilslip of soin und duuKbtcrs iroilucu'
ruruiinu 2.1!l4', I.ewlikl 2:2.1',, CouMcra.lSUi
l'rosiieet .Muld2rri, IIuiinls 2:17?4. .Mumbiino
(illt 2 ."20. Itblund ls n direct desceiulunt lrom
tbu futest blood of tbc dny.
Kor imtticulars enquho of
W. C. DAXVKW,
or DAVII) W. KKI.TXKIt, who wlll have
eliuiBe of (ltoliind" dni hiK bls stuy in ltut.
lund, or C. V. Cliirk, Kuhnoutb IIousu, lloston,
FOR SALEATYOUR DRUG ST0RE.
A reepnt drrlalnu nT tlie Cliniircrj- Court
iitcra4ltnten tlkr anle of the
toKctlier with about osn hl'.niiukd ok ihk
ciioicr.sT iiitoon maui;s ix kiai. to thi: aisove
ftr.M.Liox-, uUo somu ku:oaxt ami tast two
axk tiii!i:i:.i;aii.oi.)s; ubout tiiiutv vi:uv
sri'inuoii YKAltUXU cows AXll i ii.ui;s. a
un Indlciitlon ol thelr luonii-c, I am confl.
dcntly of tbu o)iinlon that but for thu plnk
cyo or intluenza, which troubled us this
sprliif,', we could liavohudTWKXTV vkauuxos
hkat 3 Ml.sriKs. Thcru aro nNo ubout thiu-tv-kive
or tiik rixr.sr foai.s okiiiis skasox
KVKK OX TIIK KAltTil IX OXE LOT.
I will "-ell thu KAltJI con-i,tln ot ubout
with ull iieces-ury iniprovt'iiients, lncludinga
Splendid Mile Track,
ami o.-vi: iii'Aiuti:i a.i si:vi:atv
rivi: iikah or tuotti.m; sTot if,
it PDBLIC SALE,
Tuesday, Hk 12, 1385,
and continuing dnily until all aro
sold, and all work stock, Farm-
ing implomonts, otc.
I am uutliorized to scll any
of tlic uiiiiuaN
nt privntu niIc untll tbo t'ataloiic i i-ucil,
which wlll bu about the aotli of Si plt niln i-,
alter which 110 anlinul wlll be old until tbu
llnal imlillc Kile. Tbo opportiinlty for pur-
clmiliifr the wry IiIkIksI type of tbr
very lxnt I1I0111I llntn known to tbu trot
tinKbi'ccdliiinterest wlll lie ntronled. It U
needlcss to add that 110 ucli ehancu has ovur
before bccu oll'eied, nnd probnbly u llfo-tllue
wlll not t.eo uiiothcr micIi.
M-iiil udilros for C'utulofjue.ns I havo only 11
mcunro lUt of nainuH, und you may be over
lookcd. J. B. McPERRAN,
1'. )., I.oulville, Ky. llivC
Sovon per cent, net, payable semi
aiiiinallv. Flrst Mort;a.'p liarin Loans
nujioiiatcil and fullv Kl,ai'anteeil by
Tliomnson & AValton, Bankcr9,IIarper,
Kaiisas. Mortgages for salo by
A. A. FLETCHER,
Middlebury. Vt. -Itf
NASON & SMITH,
A1VD IlEPAIIl SIIOP,
XEAIt FUEIGHT DEl'OT,
We are fully prepared to npply to Jloweri
Order. forenstlntfnund maclilnc woikot ev.
ery dceriptlon taken and lllled with accura
cy and proinptnus-i.
ltemembcr tliu old I.angrworthy shop.
11. r. xaox. K. 11. SMITH.
Jllddlebury, Vt., Junu 1, ls-50.
FOR HEATIXU I1UV TIIE CELECRATED
all slzes of wlilch wc keep in stock. AUo varl
ou other makes of the best kinds. l.ikcuUc
full assortment of the lcailing
SDon't fall tosee nur stock before tnirchaslng,
as we have the largest betwecu Hutland aud
STEAM AND WATER PIPING AND
FITTING, AND REPAIRING
promptly exccuted In n worknianlike manner.
Miildlebury, Vt.,AtiK. 27.
J. B. SBODfl
IS liECEIVI.Xli III Sl'UIXt; AXI) SL'MMKR
ln srent varicty of stylcs and at various prices
to suit the w.inu of all in need of clothlng, and
will tell it at
Priees a. Lov
as the same coods can be had for anyuhcre,
Call, insnect his jrooils aml satiaty yourselvc
that the above suteincnts are lacts. Uis 6tcrk 1
LARGER THAN EVER BEFGRE,
andcontains more bargains. The noveltles ln
Hats and Caps,
GENT8' FURNISHING GOODS, ETG.
Having a flnc assortment of the most fashlon.
able fabrics lor
Drcss Suits, Business Suits,
and Men's wcargencrally, he will cu them ln
thc latest styles and make them up ln a aub
stantlal manner aud at BOTTOM 1'itlCES.
Scpt. 1, 1SS5. MIDDLEBURY. VT.
HOUSE FOR SALE !
Thu two-9torj-, I'rcnch-root houso on North
l'U'aant fctreet beloiii?lnB to the ostato ot Mrs.
Mury K. lllrchurd. lt is nearly new, well bullt
nnd ln a very desirublo locatlon; good-slzed
lot. Kor turther partleulara emiulre ot
Witt 1). ItlDEIt, Admr.
Mlddleburv, Vt., May 13, UsO.
here are only two or three rows more of
tui character. MocKinan.