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MIDDLEBURY REGISTBE OCTOBER 8, 1886.
Ia nbanlutply puro nnd hlehly concpntratrd. Ono
niinpp l wortti n iimnul of nny othjr Klnii. it i
trlctly n mpdlrlno to h clvi-n wltli foptl. NollilnB
c.n rnrth wlll mnko Iipiih lny llko It. It curr chlrk
rn rJiolern nml nll dlsrnaps of lipnn. Is wortli Ita
welttltt In col.l. IllimtrntPd book by mnll frpo.
SoltT evprvwhpro, nr spnt by nmll fmM fon,"!,n
amp. S 1-4 lb. nlr-tlRht tln cnnn. j00 J' ""
81.120. Slx rnna liy pxprp, propnld, for S5.00,
DR. I. S. JOHNSON & CO., Boston, Ma.
AN INDIAN PILGRIM CITY.
can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of
advertising in American
papers by addressing
Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,
Newnpnper Advertising Buroau,
lO Sprueo St., New Vork.
lend lOcts. for lOO-Pago Pnmphlet
Vi:itJIOXTIlBil t of Atl-
eourt lor tho (llstrlct of Addi-
To iill poiKOiis intt'rested ln tlic t'-diite of
Iloubi'n Cook, liitu of shoreham, in suld DN
trlet, ilcccifi-tl liur.in i.mi :
ny tliu nutlinrltv of tlie Slutc of Vermont,
you uru liuivhv notllled to uppour before thu
said l'robnto I'ourt, nt tho i'robate Olllco In
Middlebury, in said DI-.trIct.oii tho lltlnhiy of
October, A. 1). IknS, ut Klo'elock u.in.,lo how
eniiM'.lf nnv voulhnvo, wby the nccount ot lior.
ton W. .Ioni', ncltnluistrutor oi tliu ustuto ot
suld dceeuHed sliould notbfnllowed.nitd also
why tliu rcslcliic ot'saidt-tatu sliould not bt!
tllstrlbutod to tlu- partius untltlod thoroto.
Dnted ut Middlebury, in said DNtrlct, tliis
21st duy of sopteinber, A. I). lSHJ.
39 LYMAN K. KNA1M Jtitlse.
Central Vt. Railroad.
' EASTEKN ST.VXIUKI) TIME.
COMMENCINC JUNE 27, 1880.
Tralna wlll lcav Middlebury a lollows!
OOINO KOKT11 ANI) WEST
3:33 a m
6:15 p m
9:50 a m
to canvast lor the sale ol Nursory Stockl
Stfadv cmplovinent Kiiaranteed. SAI.AItX
ANI) fcXI'KXSl'S l'AID. Apply at once, sta.
tlntr niri-. (Itefer to this papcr.) :B ;.
OHASi: IIIIOTIII'KS, Rochester, A". V.
fieldi are acaree. bol tboia whe wrlle to
S'JnROn A Co .rortlantl, Malae.wlll leeelTe
frce. fa'.l Itiformatloo aboul work whieb
It.er rando. and Itreat bume.lb&l wlll par
' them froro 15 to 925 per day. Soroe ba?
earnec!ovcr&'d!iadar Eaherhei. jouncorold. Capilal
Bot teriulred. Ton are Btaitel free. Thoiawboilart at odco
are absolutelj sure of anug little fortonea. AU ia new.
SIGIIT EXPKK.S3, Iron,
Npw Ynrt lor Montrcal.Oir.
dcnabtirir nnd thc West.
lep.pinr car to Montrcnl
ilaily cxccpt Mondays.
I.OflAI, EXI'KESS forBur.
d "1 linirtiin'
p Vork, New London, Troy,
Albany, Sprltiftl'ld and Itos
tnn for llurlineton, stont
pcllcr, St. Albana, Montreal,
ugncnBuurg ano inc ucbi.
E51'UK:-S, I'rom Vow Vork
Alban and Troy for llur-
nngton, st. Aioans, 310a.
treal, nnd tho I'ar.
lor car to St. Albana.
QOINO SOHTII AND KA&T.
cpalor, New Lnndnn.Surlnx-
lleld and New Vork; also
Troy, Albany AXew Vork,
wllh Waancr Drawini;
Itoom car (o New Vork. ar
l ivine 7 p. m.
,RO rvi MIXED, for Uutland and
"Kv5i P l-L1 Intcrmcdlati- atatlons.
8:37 p m WXEU- for KntUml.
-IH'dQ t- rv-i SIUHTEXlMtESS.forTrov,
-LU. J.O p III Albany, New Vork, and
litiamn. a siccpiiiK car
throuirb to Xcw Vork and
also to llnston
Colns South-5:33 a m-'il'-i'd train
lcave" Tirondcroga for Leicester Jtinctlon, ar
Colng North-6:00 p m Jllxcd traln
lc.ivei l.oicosier .1 iiiiction, arrlving al ucon
deroga 7 r20.
a- ThrouKh TlckctH for ChlcaKO nnd theWcBt
for bhIc at thc principal statun s.
S. W, CUMtCTGS,
Gcncral l'asscngcr Agcnt
J. W. HOBART,
THE Farm in thc southcast purt
of thc town of Shoreham, of latc
the home plaec of William G. Will
son. dcceased, is offercd for sale
Tliis farm is supposed to contain
147 acres, consisting of meadow,
pasturago and wood-land, in desira
ble proportion. Tlic dwefling
housc has lately been thorou;hly
repaired and modernized; and is
ncat, convenicnt, comfortable tmd
eommodions. The out-buildings,
though not new, are in fair condi
tion, and cntirely ample for the
wants of the farm. Tho farm is
weil tenceu, and nas upon it a
young, thriftj and bearing orcharl.
Tliis is a iine opportunity for uny
onc dcsii ing a good lioine and a
farm witli more desirablc and fewer
objectionable featurcs, than the av
erago of fanns. If desired, easy
terms of payment will be granted.
For price and other particnlars, in-
qnire on the premises, of
31rs. ELTZA WILLSOJs1,
Or of E. J. ORMSBEE, Brandon
ShorWium, Vt.,.Ian.20, 18S(i. 5tl
FARM FOR SALE
Thc Sumner farm, situatcd ono mile north ol
tliis villago on tho New IInv;n road, contalnlng
acrcs. nas a goou varicty 01 sou lor
MEADOW, PA8TURE AND PLOWING.
Is well walcred; btiilillnca in talr conditlon,
Will ucll all or onchalf. Coualdcrinir ita iicar
ncsa to the vlllai?e nnd ita quallty, thla iarm la
rlieap property and a good inveetment lor any
one. Such land, ao ncar any other placc of thia
nizc, couxi noi ue uougni lor iwice tne inoney.
U. D. TWITCHELL
Middlebury, VI., Oct. 21, 1885. 42:tf
Two yearlinB Holatoln Krtdslan llitlU ont of
prizo wlnning cowh, Blred by a prlzo winnliiK
ror prlcoa nnd iicdlKicos addi ess
D. K. MACAULY, MnniiKiir,
Crcam 1 1111 Stock Farin,
20 Slioridiain, Vt.
K IU'KI.IX'TX. VT,
oifcrH advantaircs ot thoronyh In-tructlon
and cvcry latdlity ttir m.'milrliif n pnirtiual
imsint's r.uutaiiou M'dhiu 10 ih oiiipr hniu
lar InHtitutlon, and on tcnns nititdi bvlow
tbo-c ot anv ot her llit-'la-, lliKlnc Lol iv
ns may ! M'fii by ti ronipatinon wltli our
raii'i ot milton
I'oiiiniprclnl CoiirMr, 11 Molltlirt,
I'mmoirrupmp i niriip, :i .TltmtliH,
JiiirliMh i'oni'ric, :i .llontlis, l'J
i nu . oni'jri' n oppn ctatiy, iroin t a. in. io.
p. in. iinil nroni Outobcr lt to Aprll li-t) froiu
7 to !l p. ni., for botli -fNPM, wbo ri'i'idvo IX Dl
VIDl'A I. IXsTliUCTION In all brnnchos. Day
tudcnts adinittod to ovc'iilmr mc.sIoiih fui:k.
f-cnti lor our nuw ciifinar
;Vl..lli". i;. ;. r.VAA'S, I'rint'lpul
SMITE & ALLEK"
ICcop on haiul. or lnrnUli on shoit notlcc, all
(Eiubrucink', wltli tho old variellcs, tliu new nn
ct'lciiraicci Miet tr oils),
.nils. Ioors. Nasli, Itliiids,
IIOSKNDAI.E A I'OUTI.AND CKMKNT,
ULAUK AND WHITE LIME.
In adilltlon to otbcr lnati'iial pri'vlouxly
kopt wi' Imvo Ju-d ri'fidvt'd a car loail of tdiolcn
Lnuana lioati priiL'i'MiitiKH'!', (iMinclt) wnipn
wo wiit st'ii ai vcry low ntiuirs.
Olllci' tni.t mlll llrt door on MIU Str-et
To corrt'BpoiKl witli party liitvlnu ntockod
liot'Mi Htoek farm to lot out on shari's to ni
xpounllilo party, or will liiro by ycar to rlKht
nartv. ltofi'rciicu fiirnislii'il nnd rcnnliLMl.
Addrcsi ItuKiMcr otlici-, Mlildltibiiry, Vt. 3S
I II tTrthoauTnjaUilT
Jo you mtltr wltli
I on iti; I
At Cream Ilill, Shoreham, 05
Acrr.s of ool I'aslure (o
May 20, SS. 22-tl
FOR SALE. 1
r'lfty tbotisand fect fonco boards 10 feet
Ioiik. S nnd U lncliuH widu und I 1-4 liiclirs
tbick; lou.ooo fcot t;ood sprticu olilnlo ; u1m
AO.tniO teut uood npruco boardH, plant'd. In.
ciulroot IIENItV SMITII,
21itl Ilrkud I.ont lnn.
1.0oo wlll bo n.ilii
ptiun llITTKHS wlll
jnot aaalet or curo. II
Cleauao the vltlatcd
SULIlltm niTTEBS:li. .JH.: ...,.
... IJia-D llii I'H ta.aD aU I
E3tho nillls and work.
not orocuro Biifflr.lcnt
exorclac, aul all wbo
ahould ueo SuLi'iiuit
lf you do not wlsh
to euffcr from Ilheum
atlam, uae a bottle of
SULl'llUB 1I1TTERS ;
It never falla to rurc
Don't bo wllhout a
bottlo. Try It: you
wlll not rep-et It.
Ladles Ia ik'Ucuit
henlth, tho aro all
g througo tho aklu
and Surea. ltcly on
ind bcallb wlll fol-
wlll cure I.lverCom
llalut. Jlont bo lla-
wlll bulld you un nnd
mako you etrongaad
wlll mako your blood
nuro. rlcb and stronsr.
land your Deah Imnl.
Trv SULflll'U 11IT.
Itt.us to.Dlght, and
rundown, ahould uacL'ou wlll clccp well
nd foel hettor forlt.
A Town of Toiupleit nnd Shrlnos totVlilch
rioua Illmlona I'lock In Thnuannda.
Evory twelfth year, when JupiUsr cn
trs the 8it;n of of Loo, tho Gnngcs itsclf
is Buppofed in sotue myatorious wny to
flow down tho Goilavcry botl, and pil
griins come to Nasik, tho Bcnares of
weatcrn India, in tliouaands from nll
parts of India. Each pilgrim ns ho ou
tors tho town has to pay a stnall tax, and
the recei)t9 show that 200,000 peoplo had
come and gonolnthulast eloven tnonths,
The streatn of lifo waa just ns unceasing
when I was there. Forinerly tho jiil
grinis camo by road, spending tnonths
on tho wny. faut they mostly cotno by
rail now, The Urahmans prote3ted
ngninst the rnilwny with such succoss
thut tho station ia four inik-3 frotn tho
town. There is, howover, a good road,
planted with shady tatnarisks nnd aca
cias on eithor side. The station when
I arrived was crowded with piigrims of
nll ranks, men, women and children, and
the road was blocked with n double
stronin of bullock carts and pony carts,
whllo under the trees were groups rest-
ing from the sun or slowly plodding on
to thoir deitination.
At cortain points near tho tmvn they
are met by tho Brahman prieats, who
make large fortunoa out of their pious
visitot s. There aro about 500 special Brah-
mans, ctillod Upadhyas, wlio keep largo
lodgiug and boarding houses, and claim
to be tho fatntly priests of all pilgrim
faniilies. Tlioy keep hugo account books
containing records of all former visitors
and they grcet each pilgrim with n de
mond for liis or her iiaiim nnd birth
placo. If ho or his father or grand
fnther, or other ancestor, howover re
mote, is entered in any Brahmnn'B lxok,
ho belongs to that Brahmnn during
his stny. Somo of tho books go ns far
back as Einioror Aurungzebe's time.
Tlie victim is marched ofl to tho Brah-
man's house, where lie will find nt least
150 others. His bag of laboriously gath
ered rupees, hoarded for tliis supremo
occasion, comes out, anda system of fees
boginy whicli goes on until tlie pilgrim
leavos or tho bag is empty. After the
flrst fee is paid tlie various fiiuctious of
the pilgrimage begin. Ho has lirst to
faat for twentv-four hours, after wluch
ho goes to ono of tho many tetnples on
the nver bank with ollerings of nce and
flowers nnd clarilied butter. Then, tired
and exhausted with toil and travel and
want of food, ho is led into tliu rivor,
and the fees begin again.
Jlnsonrj- pcxils havo been erecteil in
tlw bed of tho stream for tlie bathers
when tho river nms dry; ono pool is
more sacred than another, and each fresh
bathing placo requires a special fee. Ho
wlshes not only to purge himsolf from
sin, but also to free the souls of his an
cestors. This again requires a special
fee. Tho certainty of salvation.whether
forhimself or his fathers, de))eiids en
tirely on tho amount of his gtft. At last
he is led out of tho water, nf ter hours of
exposure, and he walks to tho houso in
his wet clothes, porhaps richer in holi
ness, but certainly poorer in worldly
wealth. He then can tako his flrst meal.
Raw vegetables in vast tjuantitius, bread
and rico aro his food. Ho probably over
oats himselfj his digestion is weakened
by fasting and exposure, nnd hU next
experienco is n bout of diarrhoaa, or dys
entery, or even cholera. Cholera had a
flnn hold of Nasik tho whole of that pil
grim year, and na one walked through
tho town nnd saw the dirt and smelt the
smelU, ono only wondered why the dis
easo should ever relax that hold.
Our friend is noxt sent olf to Trimbuk,
the Bacred source of tho sacred river. Ho
is jolted there in a bullock cart, or has
to wnlk, nccording to tho stato of his
ruiee bag. At Trimbuk ho bathes ngain,
but this time not iii tho stream itself,
but in a tnnk, through which tho river
is supposed to flow. Hero liu must not
only bathe, but drink the water, whero
Ilternlly thousands havo washetl. Tho
collector of Nasik ohmj took n bottlo full
of this water and showed it to some of
tho leading Brahman, of tliu town. It
was full of organisms. They needed no
microscope, they wero plainly visiblo to
tlie naked oyo. His pious frionds only
ahrugged their shoulders and said that
pnradise was worth gaining even ut tliat
price. Tho whole placo is steejied in ig
nornnco nnd superstition, out of which a
hamiful of nstuto priests make their for
tunes, nnd they ni-e not likely to leud
a hand in any reform. There is not a
pilgrim who comes but ho honestly be
liovos himself to bo purifled from Bin by
this bathing nnd drinking. Tliero isunnir
of weary content on nll their fnces when
tho pllgnmngo is over, nnd thev stmnt
on tho station platform patiently waiting
for the train that will tako them homo
again. Yet thoy havo nll left tho earn
ings of years behind them, and have
nothing to show for it savo the littlo
hermetically sealed brass cup of thoholy
water which each carrios back to his
Thoro isBomething elso, unfortunately,
thoy too often carry away with them.
These pilgrim years nt the various river
Bources nnd other holy places of India
are not only tho sign.il of cholera nt tho
plnce iUelf, as was tho caso at Nasik last
year; tliey are also the means of distrib
uting tlo disease nll over India. The
poor creatures livo the most unhealthy
of lives during their sojourn, and it they
do not tnko the dlsease on tho spot they
constantly carry awny the germs to do
velop in some distant village. Their
treatment of the disease is as pltlful ns
their Bupcrstitious reverence and belief
in the savitig twvvor of the river water.
For instance, iu Nasik, whilo the epi
demio lastod, extra medical aid nnd ap
pliances and mcdicines wero provided by
government nnd wero nlwnys ready, yet
tho sufferers never sent for tho doctor,
Indeed, the whole fnmily, ns a rule,
combines to conceal tho case. Bombay
Cor. London Times.
THE LATE8T NEW8,
Is that nll wlio liavo trird Lnw's lllulni,' flnd
it far oupcrlor to IndlRn nt lcsi pxponno, It ls
usi'd for bluliiK clotlicw nml for bluiicliiiiK now
or old tfoods to n snnwy white. Also, forcol-
orlni rnir cnrpots lt 1 iinc'iunllrd, nnd as nll
Ink lt lnakps ono iuiiit, whicli llows equal to
tho bpst wtltliiK tluld.
Knrwilu by Ilcckwltlt A Co., lloinl Itros. nnd
llcncdlct A Itlrd. 2:1
CURES ALL HUMORS,
frojn n comtnnn Illololi, or rOitipllon,
to thu woiBt Kcrofnlu. Nnl i-r lio u iu.
"Fover-noron," Scnly or IImiikIi SUIii,
in "iliort, nll dlsenscs cnused by bad blood nr
conrpicix'd by tbls poworfnl, pmlfvlntr, aiij
InviKoratlnir mcdlclne. Crcnt lntliiK l'I
rert riiiiklly heal under Ita bonlgn inlltionco.
i.peciaiiy nas it inanuivini ns potpncy in
curitiK 'lottor, Itone Itnnli, Itollx, Cnr
bililt'loo, Soro I'ycfc, Srrorillotl Sorcs
niKl NAvolltiiKH, Illp-.lolnl IllopnNO.
Wlilto SwpllliitiB, fjiilti-f, oi- 1'hlck
Ncclt, nnd I'nlnrf'ed (lunln. Send tcn
cents in stainns lor n lartro trrntlp. with col.
ored plntes, on Skin Dlscnses, or tho 6amo
anionnt forntrpntl'e on Pcrofuloin AfTottlons.
"Tin; iii. ((: iiii; i.ifi;."
Tlioroiu;hlr cloan.v it bv uslnir Ir. I'lcrce'a
;lt'ii Medlcnl Dltcovery, nnd minil
illi"4tlo)i, n I'nlr kln lmu) nnl plr
I1,i llnl "troiintli, nn.l soitndiictia of
t-oiisllmiloll, will lv otftblUlied.
I, !' .Serofuloifi TlHcnio of tho
.tiiiH, Irt piouiptly nnd crrt Inly urrvsteU
i ' i'tii"d by tliH ti ' -ivi ti ! mcdy, lf taken
ticini't' tho last htaitf d tlu1 dlM'itoarc rt-nchod.
I'lDiii lls wunderliil p r.vfv over this tcniblr
falal dlsrnx', wh"i, th-l ".irorlng this now cef-
piiniitHi renu'Uy i
u mption i
as too liiiilit.il
llt, lllll'IHtlVl', Of Mi
not only n a ivtimh
liins, but for ,ill
th.' iiiibllo. Dr,
f llinif It bls "Con.
SUMMER ON CAPE COD.
Wi:st Falmoutii, JIass., 1
Aiigust 21, 1880. ;
KiUtnr Ueijistcr: W'v Nuw KnglumU'rs
nll llke to go ofl on our own hook, nnd
wliat hook do we nll own nml tnko an ln
tere't In nny more than the flrst 1111111111;
plnce of our I'urltan niK'etor., I'npu
t'od? It Ij thla hook that wc Und so vcry
ilellghtfitl. 1'p nml down lt ?horu on
the Maasacliti'etts Baysidennd Iuiird's
Uny ?ldc niu scattered the puinincr cot
tagi'; .sonie Iu thlekly-biillt village'
wllh lnrge holols and steainljoat every
hoiir, soiue In qulut nooks whero tho plc
tureariuu rather than tho aitlllclal a
boimda. Even the railroad that taket us there
(Old Colony) shows us It Is 110 new ru
pert. Vt'c are golnj; back to our llrst land-Ing-place,
to nsoclntlon that are now
Ptrlppud of their hardshlps and .surroiind-
I ud with the halo of poetry and roinance.
iThei'lty aml sitburbs we luave buhlnil,
and, lidlng In a comfortable rnttan chalr
that the patlor car all'ords, wo look out
j the wlndow to watch the pcenery which
grows characturlstic and plcturestitie as
we reach the station? lluzzard's Uay,
1 Monumuiit lteach, L'owiet, Catauinet
land llnally our ilestiiiation.
1 Thl ls one of thu qulet nooks, and thc
excltemunt of tho day is the coining of
I tho train and mall, po here a crowd of
nrowit ,iaces tneet us. Are they our
ifiieuds? The ladles are wlthout collnrs
, and have Tam O'Shaitturs 011 their hcnds,
' tllc Kontlpinen kulckerbockers and llan-
Curo,"but iibniidoned thnt naine tiel shlrts and how verv brown they aro!
d for u tn.'diriiie which, from Ita f.,, , ..... . ,, . " , .
.inblnnilonof tonlc.oi BtretiKthen- i Our OM ii toilet acccssorio.s never secined
1' i uislnif. anti.blllous. i . i,,,t ,i,,. n ... :n..
ni .!Mtles.isiincnimlcd ' " '"" i"'1") ""-v "' "j.
: .iimptlon of the we thmk we'll llke It too.
I said the seenerv was charaeterlstic
UHROIVl IU DlbEASES , and pictuifsqiie. How dous lt dlllur from
I 'III: ! (rioont ? In tlu' tlrat iibii'i. It ic ll .t In
the seeond placo there is aiionmipresenee
of and, hetwcen the ties of the raihvav
track, in tlie roads and iu paths acro
the ineailows. It blows Into your eyu
for the wlnd blows nll the tiine; vou fcel
Liver, BIood7 and Lungs.
di.tw colo: of dKiu, or ycllow iijh-browu stot4
'i 1 ni. nr boily, frptpifiit lnii'lnchc or dlzil-
I Iu,: t.i-tp iu uiotith, intmiml hcat or clillh,
II ni'itltnr wltli hot tlnshes. low splrits nnd
' ,111) boiebodiiiBS, lnx'tcular appctlte, and
.in 1 lontriip, jmi iire siifferlng' 110111 Jmll
I'Mtioit, Dyppp'iiit, nnd 'I'orpld Llver(
t " lUlioiiMiio.sM." n tuauy cnsifl only
t of tltew f.ynptonis nro cxperlfnced. As
tn- ly lor all such cuscs, Iir. l'lerce'a
'ltlen Itletllcnl Dlscovcry has no
. 1: IVcait r.tiutli, SplltliiB of lllootl,
oi-liiot. of Mrentli, Ilrotlclil'.la.
1 rt I'otiititf, ,iriiiiiptIoiit nnd
bfil lfltt tlo:i". It Is ii sovprelgn roniody.
i itd ti'ii Lvnts in etannw tor Dr. I'ierce'a
ok 011 (Jotiftiuiptlou. hol
it in your teeth; and all the dust is cluan
white saint. The sand hllls 011 the urf
side of IIojj Island are white andglUten
ing as niaruie. llie tlrst tlilng you see
outside the station Is thu little iwlnj'iiii'
arins of thu wiiidinlll. This is tho
iiilll whure all the corn is ground. Thc
hme of the itihabitants are built nlimg
solcl ly DrttttfflslH. 1 strairirllnir. iudelin te street. Thev are
unpainted, stiuare wootl structures, with
the foreiuniier of a MaiHard roof, and
are shlngleil from the onu fat chinuiey to
the marigoltls and -untluvcr under the
window.-. The wlntlows are tiny places
aml the lrauies of gla-s very sinall in
tieeti. ine weatlier-vanc on lum-e or
! barn N generally the correct lepre-enta
tion of the M'a-urpent hiin-elf with all
his wlly foItN. A ,hlp in lull ail i
coimuon, 100. 111 tne uoor-vartl of one
old sea captain we saw curiotis shrtib
with apples gnnving abruptly 011 the tij
end of green branche.- thatwould have
made llrst-rate whips for a bov of ten
Uright red apples they wore, and as
ilrove into his vartl one dav
i'filliC 4i.!lll, ron 03
VjriJ's Dispansary fdflilloal issociatlon,
Trtrpi I totv, W 1 Mnlii St., Dltfalo, N. Y,
0 aSttftt TTT7TT
ANTI-IIIIilOr.". niKl CATIIAHTIC.
Jold by IrtiKKit. cents a viol.
l novrpd by tho tiroprletors
of Dr. Saco's Cntnrrli
iorat,irt'oi caiarriiwmcuincy (
pjiniinf I'liri.. I
If yon bavoadlscharge from I party of 11
tne ur-i tineusive or otner- 1 ... 1 1,..t...t .... .i. 1 , .. ,
wlo. p-.rtlnl losaof smell.taate. I to bt .'gilwl 011 "ra-pberry vinegar (a
or pr-asum In &Z.?&rT j 1 Bl -'- - 1 ""- -" ' "
janda of caaes trnninnto m "unsiiuiptlon. house) we asketl hini where Iu his trav
coses'of Cnliu-'rli. ol.. iu 1I10 Iloud.o , cN around the glolic he fouiul those won
and Catarrlial ilc'ic:nt'iu. C0 cents. j derfill hushe. He
J. B. HUSTED,
VERGENNES, - VERMONT.
tirtre tiinl well-
Keeifj contantly on hand n
Mdccted -tock ot
Do vou want tho bestMedlcil Work nubllshed?
Pend 3 2-ccnt atampa to A. 1'. Omjwat & Co
Iloeton, Ma8., and recelve a cupy, frec.
IIt Wita Color nilntl.
A gentlHman who imagined he recog
nizetl a lntly friend advanced conlially
nnd uddressed her. "I bog your parilon,""
he baid, "but isn't that Miss GreHiileaf?'
"No, Bir," replied the lady: "tny ii.nue in
Itedputh." "Ah, excuse me! I iuu-t
color blind." Boston Advertiser.
und N prt'part'd to mako them up in late-t
htylf, bpst innnnt'r nnd at tho lowest-priees,
Wu Kuarutiti'e our euttiin; and work to bu
Mrit-eliiM, and nll work uiade by us 1 Mibjeet
to tliu uppriival of our cu-touipr!-.
Wu have recuntly ttddett to our cu-toin tnU
A Klne Stoek ot
GENT'S YOUTH'S AND BOYS',
At tho Lowest rrlees. J- Cull tind seo tor
yourwt'lvt's, nnd you will be coiivlneed ot wliut
Dyor'sBlock, Opp. Stovons' Houso.
Vergennes, Vt., lsrtf. 7dy
1 havo tleclded to eloso my cronmery JIltL
Saturday, July 3,
b.'cuuso ol lnek ot iiatronane, nnd otrer for
Mtlo ull thotanks, c'liurna und tlxttirc ot u
Hrt cliiH.s erciimery tlttotl to linndlo tbuinllk
Or, wlll unter Into partnersliip wltli n inan
wbo kitowHOtu loeallty wlteiu inllk wlll bo
delivcred twieo u tlay, wdit'in 4no to (M) vown
cnn bo securt'd anil wdiero there ls plonty ol
rtiiuiliiK wuter. Kor turtber pnrtlculnrs eii
.ptlro of or nildreas
r . a . a i u wui.
West Sallabtir)'. 't., July 1, lSoB.
lola 011 Collegp Ilill lor aale.bp.t Iu town.
U. D. TWITCHELL.
$1.00 FOR 25 CTS.
To nny one who wlll end iisilc. unil uct as
our a(?ent wti wlll veutl tliu followliiK kooiIb,
that eotild not bo boiiKbt .'pnrntely for Iph
tlutu f l.oo 1 Dozeit slieeta ot Sttperllue Cout
inorelul rapor, 1 Dozeu Knvtdopuu to uiateli,
2 KxllH'rtno I.adle.s' Steel I'ens, 1 Cents' (iold
en ron, 1 1-k. Itoi.l.KD (ioi.n 1I1NO, wortli innro
tlmn wo cliarue lor thu packuno, 1 Dlxon I.ead
reiieil, 1 Kttber'H l'enell Itiibbcr, ull tlrat-elnss
Kooils, 1 .-dict'lot IllottliiK l'nper.l liolletl Cnhl
riitted Collar llutton, ! xet t llolled (iold C'tttr
Iltittona. Wo liavo stnteil that thu uooiU
botight (.eparately eould not bo boiiftlit for les
tlutu fl.no, but to secutti new UKi'iitn wo wlll
sell them put up ln a pnektttjo for 23c. 2!W)ni
ACME MFG. t'O., Essex, Conn.
ave a knowiinr winl
aml said he calculatetl he put them ap.
j ples there. It was eijual to lirantlui
, bpicer iu "Cape t'od Folk-," who put
1 egg-liell on a barren bu-h. This liou
J ""1 many others had large, pink-lincd
j shells on thu poreh, or perliaps to dec-
orate the the top of the gate-pot. At
l'ocasH't tatIon was a tuo-t elaborate
fountalu htiilt all of sea-helN.
The shore where we were had a long
sweep of woodland on the east, with the
.stretch ot salt water to the west. Fitty
eight thues in a mouth of thlrty tlays the
tltle goe's out and leaves tlie rot-k very
con-iiicuous and the harlior two-thinls
iantl llats. Flfty-eight times in a month
of thlrty tlays the tide comes in, rislng
to a height of Pix feet, covering all the
rocks antl eel-grass, creeping up the .-teps
of the wootieit wharf neatly to the Iloor.
Ihis Is the time when the haihers colleet
from all the neighboring cottages antl
ki llghtly to the whart ; the holder to
foltl their haiids above their heatl.- and
dive from the end of the pier, the more
timltl to wnlk down the steps and glve
little ecstatic screams when the water
dashus agalust them. Of course the girls
dive oll' the wharf aml the boys walk
down the steps. Imi'i that right? No!
lt is just the other wny. What dashlng
and sereamlng goes ou there, while the
swlmmers swlm aml the beglnners try to
swim. All the bathers belong to one of
these two classes.
1 nitnt not forsret the cottaires. This
one is palnted sky-hlue iusitle; rafter.s
vlsible; a piazza around three sldes, two
sides covered, one nn upeu verandah
where hangs the hammock. The front
door faces the water, as do all the others,
nnd is two rod from the hlgh-tide mark.
F'me green turf lles between, with tho
teimis coitrt at the left, aml a stoue wall
holds the cmbankment llrm on the side
towards the tide. Two or three steps in
this wall lead to the water's edge at hlgh
tide. The tront door is an arched double
door, half glass, witli Madras musllu
curtaius inside, audopcns Into the parlor,
n stjuare room witli three windows aml n
bay wiudow, which has lusldo shutters,
These are palnted a very llght drab,
while the walls and ceiliug are sky-blue,
as 1 said before. An uprlght plano
stands lu the eorner, and .Suiulay after
noons the cottagers all I'ome, bringing
bassvlol, viollns and cornet, and then the
siiiglng! llesldes the louiige, tables and
chairs, the room U decoratetl wltli troph
les of the sea and oruameuts from dapaii.
We were not in that cottage niuch unless
it ralned. We preferred to go llshlug
and catch sliark-, balloon flsh nnd scup,
or row over to Ilog Island, half a inlle,
nnd slt on the shore to hcar thc surf and
lead nloud, or gather the prettlcst shells
thc tide brought us. To descrlbe a tlay
pent at thc I'nlted Stntes Flsh comiuU
lon at Woods' Holl wottld take another
coluinu, but I must not stop for that.
Then there was the visit to the llght and
the fog bell; the tuoonllght sall antl the
dayllglit salls; the eiitertaiiiineiit the
cottagers maiiaged whereby the gnve
llfty tlollars to the little elrculatlng llbra-
nnil the clainbake on the surf side of
Hog Islalitl. The-e thlngs, and more
than these, are what we tlo lu this n,uaint
Cape C'od town, and over us bends thc
iinio blue sky you have, with tlic big
tleecy cloiitls; and the sun sets over the
liarhor ln crlmon llght as we watch the
whlte-salled shlps fading in the twillght
and dlstance. Yours trttlv.
Correapondclico ol Glu-gow Herald.
The Chinese have no buttcr, milk or
cheese. They have no cattle excent for
igrlcultural purposes, which has made
them comparatlvely dear, and therefore
meat from this source has fallen Into dls
useexcept ainong tho Mongols and Man
chus. The European Is dlssatislled with
meal with nelther bread, butter nor
mllk, antl he is dlgu$ted with the ollv
nnd alliaceous stews set before hiin. The
Chinese would be e.iually shocked at the
chcese we soinetimes eat, whicli can al
most walk. Wonien's mllk is sold iu
some eities for the stistenance of infants
antl old people, it being believed peculi-
uly noutisliing to agctl peri-ons.
The comnion beverage is tea. Our lt-
tlng down to a tea meal seems strange to
them, antl they cannot imderstantl our
poillng the beverage by tnaklng It so
strong, black andadding sugar and milk.
Tea is never ltidulged ln as a meal it is
i constant antl restorative beverage dur
ing tlie day, taken very weak antl hanll
allowed any time to infu.e. Hot water
is largely drank, aml the good ell'ucts of
this etistom are wortliy of a trial by us.
l'he mouth is rined with hot water or
tea after each meal. t'old water is .-el-ilom
drunk. ('old litiuitls of anv kiuil
are not considered wholesonie. The peo
ple boil all their water, and this rentler-!
them careless antl independent as to it-
Tlie L'hinci-e eat a larger variety of
meats than the people of other countries,
aml at the ,-anie tinie very little land is
nppropriated to rearing animal.s for footl.
lleef is only eaten, wheJ1 it can be had,
by the very lowest clas-es. No respect
al.le person eats mi useful antl sacred an
aniinal. Uuiltlliit ic prejudice against kill
ing has had a powertul ellect in restraln
ing the lle.h-eatlng propetisitie.s ot the
people. Mutton, except Iu the extreme
north, bortlei ing on the lotty grass plat
eau ot .Mongolia, is tlenrand jioor. There
Na large Mohainmedau populatlou iu the
north. Tlie lleh ot thc bull'alo and goat
are still It-s u-etl. I'ork is the principal
meat consunied, and urpa-es all others,
aml uo meat can he raied so ecouoiui
cally. Tiie t'liinese are perleelly omnlverous
with respec't to atiiatic protluction. Heiv
nothiiig comes amis. All water are
vexed with their tMicries. Every pos-i-hle
way of catching antl rearing ll-h is
practk'etl. I'ish are usually .-old alive in
tubs In the streets, so as to guarantee
their fresline-s. All -orts of crab-,
prawn- and -lirinips are very largely eat
en, eitlier fresh or -iuiply tlried iu tlie
sun. Uotli s;llt and fresh water shell
lih are ahiintlaut. There is inucli iusect
footl consumetl, such as locusts, gras.-hoppei-s,
grubs antl sllk-worm. We
cannot ineution all the ilill'erent thlngs
the people eat, the products of earth, air,
anil ea. The gelatinous binl.s' nests are
well known. Shark's lins antl llsh maws
are hoiled into gelatinous soups, that are
botli uourNliing and palatablc, and dlt
ferent parts of animals are sought after
To Mim up, let us generallze by saying
that the everyday ordinary food of the
C'hint'M' is plain, slniple, llght, non-stim-ulatiug
antl cheap. All the klugdoin of
nature have been ransacked to provide
footl for this reuiarkable people. Every
thlng that lives and grows from the an
iinal antl vegetable world is laid under
A neat, eleau, fresh-aired, cheerful,
well-arrangetl house exerts a moral In
tluence over its iimiates, and makes the
niembers of a fauitly peaceable and con
siderate of each othcr's feelings and hap
plness. The eonnectlon ls obvious be
tween the state of iniiid thus producetl
and respect for others, and for those
hiirher dutles and obllj'ations which no
law can enforce.
On the contrary, a lllthy, noxious
tlwelllng, in whleh none of the decencies
of Hfe are observed, contributes to make
Its inhabitants selllsh antl regardless of
the feelings of others, aml the lndulgence
of such nasslons renders them reckles s
and brutal. Stockniiiii.
The smallest osclllatlng engliieluthe
world has lieeu matie ny .lonn n. iiare oi
Ualtlmore. It is about half ns big as a
collar-button and ls hidtlen cotnnletely
beneath a child's thlmble. Its lore is
one-slxteenth of an luch, nnd the stroke
nno-eli'htli. Tlie wheel. shaft and crank
welgh elght grains, the cyllnderllve, and
t i ..t tt- 1
.IM.Wl 1..a! !
wltli an KnirUsU valnut-?hclK but h
iloesn't t'ount that.