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Soccil ZITattcrs.
The Weather.
TOU THE WIK RN11KI1 WEIlNLSIUY,
OCT. 13.
Tlirrmomiler,
imte. Wlnil.
7 u. 111. Noon. 0i. ln.
Thnrs. Oct 7, N.. M T:l M
Fri, " ?, s. lil "1 !)
st. " n, . w 7ii n:
Sun. " lo, s. i 78 m
Mon. " 11, S. M 71 r.1
Tuct. " 12, S. T2 m
Wod. " 13, X. 11 '- 1"
Mliq lloys wlll tench n clnss tn oll pnliitltitf
ln flKures, liuiilxrnpcsi llowcrs nnd stlll llfoi
also clilua palutliitf. Hor itirthur Inlormntlon
ehqulio ol Mrs. V. W. Thonms, l'lcnsnnt
Mrect, whero xpcclniciis oflicr work can bo
ncen.
Ndili'K. Tho nnimiil asoMinonts of tlio
Vermont Mtitunl Klro liiHiirutiei) Co. lorlseo
nnd 1n(S, nro ln my hatids lor collectlnii, and
ciui bo pitld ut my resldenco nt miy tlmu.
M. N. ItAKKii, ngent.
Weybridge, Vt Oct. 1, 18fil.
Travelehs' Guide.
Tralns pni Middlebury st.itlon ut tlio hoitrs
bItcii bclow :
Goi.no Noutii Kxprcs, 3 M n. m. ', lncnl ox
pri'os, !l:50 n. m.; nnill, 3 25 p.m.j oxpress,
6:15 p. iu.
Goiva South Mnll, 9:.0 n. in.; pasoiigor,
4:32 p. lil.; mixed, 8:37 p.m.i express, 10:0.1
p. m.
Mails Ci.osk North, 4:30 iinil 7:30 p. ln
Soulli, 9 .-20 n. ni nnd 7 :.10 p. m.
Sce Ceiitial Vt. tlino-tablo, olsewhero.
THE CHURCHE3.
ST. .STIM'IIKN'S.
Ur.v. Alva K. CAi!i'i:.NTi:it, llr.eroit.
Suiulny s Servlccn, 10 :15 u. m, ; 7 :3fl p. m
" siuuluv Scliool, 12 :l p. in.
FrMiiy Kvonlnu l'rnyer, 7 :.'!() ji. m
Specinl Servlco on Htily llnys.
COXGItKGATIONAI,.
. I.KWIS 11. SlTAUn, l'ASTOIt.
:30 p. m
:30 p. in
ItEV
Sundnv '.crvlce-, 0:l.n.i
Sabbath scluml, U.iKiin.
Thursdny, conloreneo incclliiir.
IIAPT1ST.
1IEV. A. DeK. Palmei:, I'asioh.
Sunday Scrvlce?, 1 0 :4.' u. in.; 7:30 p. m.
Sunday scliool, 12:0nm.
II. .1. Chupmun, stiperlntendunt.
Vruyur.tnuL-titiKi TUuisday, 7 :30 p. in
Seats free,
MKTItUlllST.
IlSV. JOMK ,1. NOE, l'ASTOIt.
Sunday Scrvlces
LOCAL NEWS.
A. Wrlght is hoino froni the
Toung People's meiitlug,
jsveiiiiiK service,
Knbbatli'scliool,
ClitM-iiii'etint,',
Clu&s-incetlni; Wi'dni'Mlay,
l'Tuycr-tiicutfng Thursduy,
10:15 a. m.
ti::!0 p. in.
7 ::10 p. in
12:00 m.
12:00 m.
7 :30 p. m.
7 :30 p. ui.
Ovcr sevontv tlclot for the Xew Yorfc I Townst'iid has uddod to marked smccess
ROMAN CATIIOI.IC.
RKV. IIENKV LA.NE, l'ASTOIt.
Thls 1 tlin order of ervlcos ln tlie H. C.
eburch coniinencliig wltli the flrst sunday ln
Fcbruary :
First Sunday ln Kobmary Jlass nt 10:30 n. m.;
oult'clilsiii, 3:30 p. in.; bencdictlcm, 7:50
p. in.
Sccond Sunday Mas nt B n. m.; ontochlem,
3:30 p. ni.; bciiL'dlctlon, 7:30 p. lil.
Tblrd Mindny In-s nt 10:30 n. in.; c-atcclilni,
a.su p. in.; nunuUK'inm, 7 ::io p. in.
Fcmrtli Sunday .'o iiiornlngnr ifti'iiioon ser-
vicc, but Mciu'dictlon ut 7 .10 p.jn.
Tlic abovc mdi'rol .-crvlft'-' Is to bo lolliiwcd
lil rotatlon uvt'iy lour ci)iii-eiillvc sunday
LOCAL NOTICES.
JlanaiiiiH at Tiillcy'n,
Cape clain ut Tulb'y'.-.
Fri"-h oystiT, nt Maiincy'-.
I!ct 5c cdiiar ln town at Tulli'y'.
I.aigo suli'ot ojtri' ut ManiR'.v'-.
i(i to Cluixu I'or ull l;lnd- ot photn.
(JiiliK-u- aiul cniiibciiiL"- at .Mannuy'.
JIIalmI pk-kli-t ln bulk, ut TulU'.v'-.
Kie-li oy.-ti'1's I'vciy ilay ut Tulluy'-.
ISuytlK! Conifi- l)iii!,'it clgnr, 5 ctnts, at
TulIuvS.
It you unt bargalns in mi'at, go to TullcyV
iiiiirkut.
M-w lot of Cathollc pmyur book unil Itlbk'-
at Aliluii'c
l.ndluV -olid gold watiOie- ior t15 at Mur.
MiallS.
Seu tlu; Atltoinatlu utoli iu -MundiallN win.
l.oli ot nutt' 5 nnd incvnt baigain ut Mur-
fclinll'n.
lluy tliu Autocrat llnu liniiortcil tock eigar,
5cts at Tulli'yN.
If you ar In need ot laddors eall ut II. II.
llope's. Sobl cbuap.
Goto 11. 11. IIopo's for wlndow hlimlcb, luin-
liiiubruiiuln polus, utc.
uw tall lullllnory, hucli us tmt, tuncy
leatlii:r.i, uto., nt K. It.Clay's.
somutblng iwv lor Spiing IJeiN nt II. II
llo)u'. Call uud -L'u tbuni.
fetcwnrt'8 cougli curoj cvory bottlo warrant.
cd; at the Chsc & Itlder ilrug tore.
IIHksx.maki.no. Mrs. Cliurolilll, ovurColby's.
Full llnu ol wrap'., Jurxuy JuckutH nnd Xcw-
markets, nt Clay's.
Xuw Htock of loungesjust retclved nt II. II.
Hopts' Furnlturu storc, ltiMaln btrcct.
All tliu Xuw Vork und lloston lnll aml win.
tor t.tylu's ln lintn, ut l'lne llull.
Kou bale. Voung eoilai'H for liudgew.
ItfssKi.L Vau:.
ir Sai.i: .ly liouo nnd lot on North
J'k'iuuiut btri'vt. lniiuiri.' of
tf .Iou.n .Iackso.v.
Cull ut II. II. IIopo's liiinlturo htoru und miu
tliu Hnu llnu of cuntur tublus. l'rieun from Ji
to 7, iuarblu toji lioiu ui.
Iti'gular foiniuunlfatloii of l'ottur Cbaptur,
N'o. 22, K. und A..M., ou Tiluduy uvunlng,
Ort. IU. A lull utti-ndaiice i dulrud.
Foii Sai.k A two liorse liore-powur, wltli
tlut'hhur, uud wiigoii lor iiidvIiil' haiuu. ln
qulru ut tlilsolllee.
Fou SALK ClIEAI- A full blood Scotcli fdiep
bi'iildos. Tliu bu-t luniifr'n ilog ln tliu world
I.nqulru ut tllls ollluu.
tull nnd wintur iiillllni'iy, Juukutu und
cloukv, glovec, funcy goods utc, iiow rundy
tor inspuction, nt Mrs. Vm. Slailu's.
Our books uru sulllng vury lust; 11 you wunt
to Btt uilvnntagu ol tliu low priuus, coniu
H'llck. G. K. MAifllAEL,
WKDNEMIAYS lllld SATUKDAVK TllUou uru tliu
days whuu I dullvur Kerinunu. Huinuiiibur
tlio tlmu. FltKi). K. Uogehs.
UoodH biild ut coxt und lcbs, ut tlio ntoro of
J, II. Saigunt'M, und ull ucoouiitM duu tliu llnii
ol J. II. Sargent, inust bo pald wltliin tlilrty
(layn.
Fruuk L. Cliuuipagiiu wlll bo iu town tlio
comliiK wuuk und wlll uttund to ull onlur.s lor
pluno und orsun tuiilng. Urdurs nmy bu lelt
ut llrowbtur'n toru.
Ah 1 um dcturiulnt'd to clono nut my lurnl
ture bUHlnuhH buforo Jan.;i, I hnll eull nll
Koods ut co8t till tluit tlmu.
U. W. 1'itts, Agt
. tvu uru now rccuiving uuuuions to our
stock ot bootn und bhoce, mnking il ouu ot tliu
largpnt to bu found; wlll bu bold ut prlcu a
low aa the lowust.
llECKWini & Co.
I'ouLTitv l will buy iioultrj- nt my lioiibo
Soyinour btjuct, nenr tliu cuttlu yaids, uvery
duy ln tliu wuuk; uud will puy tliu lilghuat
niarkft pricu. Job. LaUock
Mr. .1
West.
lliirry, son of Col. A. A. Fletcher, 1s
sick wltli a fevcr.
Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Wllds anlved hoinc
Snnday liiornltig from thelr trip tn Xew
York.
Jlrs. Gco. Morse (if IJoston i speiidiiif;
the fnll wlth the fainlly of jlr. V. S.
Alden.
Mls llallle Aldcn of thU vlllage plek-
ed a second crop of garden strawbi'rries
lnt weck
Mr. (J. K. Marshal lias a eurloiis wateh
oti exhlliitlon iu hl wlndow. It ls ealled
the tititoitiat if.
The leaves are rapidly lalliug from the
trees. The folla-re thls fall ha bcen
iuorc than ordlnarily haiuhonie.
A heavy raln storin, Tuesday evcnln
niarked a deulded ehange in the weathcr,
wliieh had been very warni for Outober,
Mr. K. 1. Clay i slowly recovcring
from hl tbird attaek of lllness and was
able to ride out for a sliortdistanee, Mon-
day.
MI Ilelen M. Adams, of Hethel, wlio
lias been vlaith)!r at S. H. Ilawtliorne's
the aet week, returned honie last Mon
day
The interior of th? YaUctte hlock is
bvliiir lltted up tnV liiO usc of the lirm
that ojiens for buslncss there in about
two weoks.
lare ntiniber of pulp loj;s liave bcen
hroiif;ht down the crek by the recent
raius and are lodged on the falls and m
tho rapid ubove them.
Sjccretary l'arsons of the Y. M. C. A.,
wlio has bcen ln Uarre uttendiiif; tbe
State meeting of the asociations, i cx
pectcd bome tomorrow nl;ht.
I'he chiiiincvs and battlements of the
Addi-on Ilouse, which had not bcen re-
palrcd since the buildiiif; wa put up
havc been takOn down and relitid.
It i aiinoiiiiccd that the ('omincrcial
l nion U'lcsrruim to. will soon otien an
otllce bcre. An olllcc lms lately bcen c-
tabli-hed by tbe eompany at Vergennes.
Mr. Alex.Meekin sjient thls wcck wlth
lricnds in town. He i in tbe employ of
iiri' priiiting concern iu Troy. X. Y.
with wboin he lias bcen lor two ycar
l.ast.
Mr. Kuciie K. Ilowe of Ludlow, who
ba- bcen apimiuled onc ol the olllcial rc-
portcr.-ol the .State llou-e ot l!cire-cn
tativcs, i a nicmbcr of tbejiinior olai
ol llii- colleire.
.Alr.-. Kate A. hcymour ycstenlay re-
niovcd from the rooms iu Ilon. Columbu
SmithV biiildiii'', Mill strcct, to Mr.
Mbert ('li:it)iiiiin' bou-e on Xortb
l'leasant strcet.
Mr. I.. ('. Jiain i quite erlouly ill at
the honie of Mr. t'olbv, his tirothcr-m-
law, on Si'ininary street. He was taken
iek about two wccks sinee, and has ty-
phoid fevcr.
Mr. .lunius K. Severance caine honie
Saturday nioruliig from Texas wbithcr
he wcnt wlth sbccp about six wccks ao.
He reports a fairmarkct and that he sold
all his (-1110111011.
ltarrels for :ipple are staple iirtlcles
hcreaboiits jut at present, and fruit
growur of the vieinity havc vislted pret-
ty much uvery house ln the vill:ij;u the
pat week ln quest of them. The demand
grcatly excceds the vUible supply
I'rof. Yajjer was nble to go to Towns
hend, Mass., last Friday, to jirench on
.Sunday. He will soon rcinove hl family
here, the repairs on the collej;c house,
which they are to eccuiiy, being nearly
done
A petitiou, prayin the leishituie to
grant women the privilefje of vutiii in
niunicipal clcctious, i in clrculation in
the villane. The blanks are iirinted, in
dic.itiii'' that the lnovemcnt ls not a loeal
one.
Iu the case of Cha. helilias aptinst
the State Ajrrieultural society and the
Champlain Valley association, for dain
ies for iujtirics reccivcd at the joint ex-
hibition of 1884, the jury at Montpelier,
last wcck, lirouuht in a verdict for the
plaintitnor 7i". He sued for :000,
Itutter sold iu tbis market, Mouday, at
tho samc liirures as the previous week,
thouh buyers say that the market is
goinj; down lnstcad of up iu cone(iuenee
of larf;e shitnncnts to ltoston as soon as
the price raised there. Fair to good
brouht 23 to 21 ccnts, and selcetions as
hl;h as 2,t ceuts.
Mr. Jesse Stcarns of this place has re
ccivcd tho nppoltitmcut of clerk to thu
revlslon coininittee of tho House of Hep-
rcsentativcs, It ls the busincss of this
committce to take in liaml all liilis ol a
publlu naturc, beforo thelr llnal jiassage,
and rcviso them so that they shall ex
press fully and clearly the mcanlnir iu-
tcnded by thelr makers.
Mlss Jcssie, daughter of Mr. G. S.
Waluwright, ls sick wlth scarlet fever,
and it is possible that tho receptlou for
tho ineinbers of the Women's board of
iiilsslons, which was to havc been givcn
at Mr. Wainwrlght's on the cYenlng of
the 2Cth, inav not he held there. More
dcllnito notice of thls and of other feat
urcs of tho mcetlu will appcar next
wcck.
cxctirsion of Ttteday wcrc sold at thl
statlon. Auiong thoso who wcnt were
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. ltond, roMniater
I'cek, I)r. and Mr. V. H. Sheldon, Mr.
M. A. Munroc, Mr. O. K. Mnrsliall. Mr.
and Mrs. Oasca ltlch, Mrs. 0. A. Ilick-
ncll and Mr. J. K, Xegus. Mr. Mnrhall
sold all tho statcroonis placed at hi dls
poal several days before tho cxctirsion
camc oll'.
l.cttcrs addrcscd as follows havc re-
malncd at the postolllcc one niontb ini-
callcd for: F.dward Ash, Mrs. I'.tigcne
lllzallin, Mls Fanny 11arrow, Mrs.
Ilaxtcr, Kdward Ilartlctt, .lo. Clark,
Maggio Carinody, Mary t'annody, Mrs.
Magglo ('oiincll, Mrs. N. X. Wrew, Cha.
V. Kvarts, Fred Fuller, Ml-s Haiinah
Forrcst, Mrs. 1). P. Hulburd, Mrs.
Camella Klng, Moscs Marcillcs, Ilenry
Marccal, Mi Maggic Manuing, Cha. V.
Xorton, 1!. K. Xoblc, C. G. l'ulsiphcr (2),
.lohn ltoberts, Amos l. Smith, A. C.
Sumncr, Warren L.Townsend.
The cae, Statc vs. Mich.'iel McXully,
wa tricd ou Friday last before .lustice
'J'. II. Mel.eod, Grand Juror Sladc proc
cutlnand V. II. Itlls, K(j., dcfcnding.
The respondcnt was tlncd 8." and cot,
8S.(!il, glll.li'.i altogether. The rcpond
ent's family and that of Tlmotliy Sullivan
live in a double 1inti-u Iu tho vieinity of
the upper pulp tulll, and the proximity
of the partie secms not to havc bcen
conduclve to amicablc rclatlon; troublc
cnued, and iu the courc of the dltlleul
tiesMicbael einptictl a quantity of dirty
rclttsc on the bead of Mary, wife of Tlm
otliy. Hcnce tbi proeeution.
ln bulness that bct of all aeiiulsltlons,
a lady of rare worlh, lovellnc and ac
complilimciit. Hot of lrlends wlh
them joy.
The iiorclUt llowells l mnking a!
study of llfc ln newiiaper olllccs wlth
the pxpcctatlon of writing a story about
it. The new book wlll doubtless abouud 1
ln anccdotcs of "Old Subcrlber." "Ju
tlce," "Constant licader," "Vox l'opuli,'' i
and other ineinbers of the. grand army of
anonyiiious genitis whoiu we lovo so
well. Phlladelphia 1'ress.
DOWN! DOWN!!
Way Down !
BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT ON
THE PRICE OF
WATCHES.
Tho tcn-ycars-old daughter of Mr. .las.
Smitli, who livcs ou Mr. G.C Ch.'iinuan's
farm east of the village, was very badly
injurcd last Friday by a horse. She was
. . . .1... ..r .1... n..I.....l
ittUI"' UPOU lV MilVH VI V illlllll.ll
wlticli had on a haniess, wlien it bcciluie
frlghtened and she tricd to jump olV. Her
foot caught in tbe harnoss and tlirew her
undcr the horse's fect. When pickcd up
it was fotind that :i hole had been cut
through her right cheek, and that her
lower jaw was brokcn at tho eye-tooth
the lcft sldc. Wbethor the injuric
were produced by a kick from the borc
or whetlier itstcppcdon her 1 uukuown.
She i doing well undcr tbe carc of Drs.
Kddy and Kinglcy. The latter ha
made a pcculiarly-t'hapcd spllnt to
hold the brokcn bone ln shatie till it
knit. and. linlc somcthing uuuiial
hapiicn-, no crioiis re-ult are I'xpeeti'tl.
1'here was niitc a dittirbancc of the
publie jicace, Satuiday evening, and it
lookcd at onc timc n if a -criou row
might como ol it. Itobert Stcele drove
rapidly through the trcet, cro-ing tho
bridge a numbcr of timo at a pccd that
thrcatcned dotruction to anythlng that
came ln the wav of hi vehicle. It wa
iispccled that bc had licen drinkliig too
much, and the ollicer.- altcmptcd to ar-
rest him in the vieinity of tlio Vallette
block. He ri'5itcd stoutly, mado a great
noie and u crowd soon gatliereil. Many
of them took ?ides with Stcele, and a Irce
light ccmcd iiimiiiicnt. Itut at last onc
two (f thocoolcr hcad irot Stcelo out
ot tho crowd and heard h- story, when
he wa rclcacd. It wa 1 carncd tben
that his wifo wa criouly ill and that
tlio eniifo of his luriou driving wa a
ileire to proeure a physiciiin for her as
spcedily a po?ible.
UXTIL-
WBMl THE 20TH
II AS JUST EETURNED FROM
B0ST0N I, Y.
WITH A
Ci J .1 Ci J 1
Jt
EVERY DEPARTMENT TULL.
uompeimon wuioon
IN" LOW DEOESLIOES
LARGEST ASSORTMENT EVER SEEN IN THIS TOWN,
3NTo tronTDle to sliow C3rOOaL
COME AND SEE, AT
n i i n jl i 01
nuooer doots ana ono
FOR ALL, AND TEE
.BJUST CiUUJJb WiU UAJN JdU
KIP AND GRAIN BOO
VK WIL1. MAKK
IN MEDIUM AND HEAVY STOCK.
GOODS.
EX A AlINE THES
SpecialLowPricesWashburnis B6Stand Eagle Cliff Flo
ON ALL KINDS OF
WATCHES !
Xoiiof our Shoiv Wiinlou-
and Kee tlic Aiiluinativ.
A COMINQ TROTTER.
We enjoycd a short ride lat Monday
with Mr. Ira.!. Twitehcll of Weybridge,
bchind his buy tlirce-ycar-old gdding by
Thouirht. Tliougu hltcbed to a top car-
riago and coutaining two heavy occu-
pants, the gallant lellow sliowecl purc
trotting specd, surpasisngany auhnal of
his aire wo have ever sat bchind. Ile will
be tralned next scason.
Middlebury Y. M. C. A.
Last Sabbath l!ev. A. DeF. I'almer
gave the addrcss at the Y. M. C.A. hall,
upon the power of tho word of God
Xext Sabbath Iicv. S. L. H. Speare will
spcak. At the nieetlng on Wcdncsday
evenlng several new ineinbers were voted
in. Xext Tucsday evcning, Oct. II), a
o'clock the class in pcmnanship wlll be
cln thelr losson with Mr. Will Hond as
intructor. On Monday evening, Oct
, Uev. A. E. t'arpcnter will mcet tho
class iu book-kceping.
Friday evening, Oct. 22, at S o'clock
Dca. J. E. Crane will give a talK upon
Hces. This has been promied for some
wccks and it Is hoped that the niembcr
of the association togethcr witli thelr
frlonds. both ladie and gontlcmen, will
attend In larire nuinbers. Deacou Crane
is an authority upon bces in all this re-
cion and will be able to glve lnany in
teresting facts. He will tcll how the bc
has bcen regarded ln dlllerent parts of
the world, andspeak of the diHcrent kinds
of bees, thelr hablts and life ln the hlve
hoiioy-making, pollon-gathering, fruetl
fvliiu plants cte., etc. Xo one who is
able to be present should fall to coiue,
Weddinq Bells.
In Kochester on the moruing of tlio 8th
lust. at theresidcnceof thebride's father
Mlss Li.zlo A. Cushman, only daughter
of Gen. Artcmas Cushman of Hochestcr,
was tinlted ln marriage with Mr. Clmrles
Townseud, the wcll-known commerelal
agent of Wells, lUchitrdson & Co. of
Burlington. Kev. K. K. Herrlek ofllclat
ed at the weddlng, which was very quict
only u few ticlghbors bcing iiresent. The
huppy Ialr luunediately started on thelr
weddlng trip in whieh thoy wlll vlsltllo
tou and Xew York, returning to Koches-
ter on Monday next, when the receptlou
will bo held, ufter which they wlll go to
Burlington, whcre they wlll resldo. Mr.
LA1IGKST STOCK OF
m
OLD WHB
IN THE COUNTY.
Get Our Prices.
fi. E. MVICSSI VIJ
AKE PERFE0T FOR BREAD AND PASTRY.
FINEST DRIED BEEP
SLICED FKESH AS IT IS WAN TED.
JUST KECEIVE
A LARGE LINE OF
ALSO A FULL LINE OF HATIIAWAY, SOULE &
RINGTON'S FINEST CALF
H
t iii: i,i: a ih (;
Photograpli Stuflio
IX THIS KKCTIOX.
CENT'S SHOES!
THE INSTANTANEOUS PH0T05RAPHER,
COBB'S BLOCK,
xoiitii kxii hi:i:k ititnx;i:.
feTl'OIO HOrits S .. M. TO 5 I'. M.
Tlic lw pricc lor l'lioto
Kraphs slill coniiiiiics.
WE HAVE HAD A RUSII
Como eurly if you intcnd to
avail yourself of our ufl'or.
Tlic ciiviulilc rcputation
wm havc is a Niilliciciit
that noiic lnit
lvlll lcavc our
Kiiarantcc
good worlc
Stiullo.
Cabinets,
Gards.
$2
Sl
per
per
doz,
doz.
LUMBBR LOT
AUCTION.
Will bu sold on WKDXKSDAV, OCTOlliat
20, lsw!, ut Town Ilall, ln salisliur,( "u tun
yuurs' leuso " ot tlio bdiool lot buloiiKliiK to
tlic town ot Salisbury, aml lyliiB motly on
tliu east slilu of tliu iiiimntuln uviir Ulptou
line, contiiliilHit 2JS iii'ivs lnoro or li-ns. A
plnn niul ilcsc'i'lnttou ol lot cun bo oi'i'ii by
(i Iiib on K. A. liuinutoii.
1'Klt OuUKK OK TOWN,
Salisbury, Oct. 3, ls.ss.
A FEW BARGAINS LEFT IN LADIES', MISSES
CHILDREN'S SHOES.
t5FPleasc call and cxaminc beforo buying clsewhere.
ANl
W. H. SHELDON!
Middlebury, Vt., Sept. 23, 1S8C.
SCIENTIFIO WOEKI
FOWLER and WELLS Cl
Of 3NTe-W7- Yorli.
Among tho many aro tho following VALUABLE
Frinci
BOOKS:
FTOFPMAN. tT. J.. Associatc
pul ot .leiiuliiK" M'liunury uuu .oiiim;
J-clnuil, unil l'roffwsor of llillr.-.li'ttn's nml
Tcuuliors' Truiiilnt;, iinriuluato ot tlio Ain.
Inst. of l'liri'iioUisy.
THE SCIENCE OF THE MIND
iim'lU'il to ToiicliluK. lnclucliu),' tho lluiiian
Teiiiiionuiients unil tlioir Intluonee upon tlio
lulnii. Tho itnalysls of tho Mentul riK-ult io,
uml how to ilovelop imil tniln thoin. 1 lu
Thoory ot Kilucutioii in tho t-ehool; unil
Noriual Methoils ot ln-tructlon unil .scliool
ManuKoiiiont. tl-V).
Tlils is oiui of tho niost impoitiint works
ever wrltten for teiiehiTs, aml every tencher
who would nisko tl.o inot jiosslblc ol liis work
slioulil renil.
SI?EB, NELSON. Yice-rrcsidcnt of
tlio Aiuurican lnstituto ol l'lirenology.
CHOICE OP PURSUITS ; or, What
to ilo uml Why. DescrlbluK seventy.tlo
Traili'snnil l'lofcssions, und tho Teinpi'ni
menta unil Talonts ri'iiuiroil Idreiich. AImj,
llow tu Kilucato on rhioiioloKtcal I'l'incl
ples each iiian for his inoper woi k , IokoIIi
erwith I'ortmltsanil llloKr.iphli-s of iiiuny
nicci'sKi'ul Thlukers uml Woikers. lJino,
extra cloth, pii. 1.".
i HEADS AND FACES, AND II
! To NTl"lY Tlli:.ili A Jlamial oll
in loirv nml l'livt-UiL'nimiv tor tlio 11
by Xi:ion Sizi:n aiul II. S. Duavto.vI
tuvo, papor loc, extra eloth il.00
I Hiuo wo havo tho wholo subjoct ol Cl
, ter licuilln;,' urnuiKi'tl aml clHBsltlvil sil
bo eustlv eOTnnieliemU'll uy 1111. Illel
I piiKes aro fully illustratetl, aml tho woil
' tains as imicii inaiier us ine uiusi ui
solii tor eoverul tlines iins pnco.
FOWIiER'SLECTURES on '.
ii exiilaineil by l'hrvnoloiry l'hysi
l'hyslognoiiiy, nncl r.uuioiogy, l voi.
ilM,
This work eonsists of tho reports of tJ
ono U'ctiiros on i"iiivnoiotr-, aiul nsu)
tlmi ilelivereil by Mr. 1- N. Fowlek
nrinclpul eltles ot tireat llritaiu aml lr
Wo eau also gunnlr Mi. Fowler's lariri
which has been sold only by subscriptl
follows
HUMAN SCIENCE ; or rhreni
its Prinelples, l'roofs, Kaeultlcs, Teac
eto., nt Aniilled to huiiian and Self-Ini
iiient, Kducutionof tho Yount?, etc. llj
Kowi.ku. One larso oct. vol. i'i.ii,
ilM.
For tho nbove and all works on PHRENOLOQY, PHYSIOGNOMY,
NOLOQY, PHYSIOLOQY, oto., addross thoir agout,
ira nnnrnr
9 IU-T WWkkhUk
BUKLINGTON, VT.
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