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THE REFORMER: BRATTLEBORO, VT., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1895.
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O'FKKRAl.IN 8TOKY SHOILKU.
It Took All the Impresslveness From
Uourke Corkimi'a sipeccll.
Now and then in the cuurao of u
speech some member will tell a very
effective story ; oue which in a moment
will brush Bailie all of the results of
some very stronc speech, as if it were
a cobweb, says the Washington Post.
A notable ease wus on an occasion
when O'Forrall, now governor of Vir
ginia, followed Botirke Cockran. The
famous election case of Noyes against
Rockwell was beforo the house.
Clnckran had iust made a spnech for
Rockwell, and against tho committee's
reports, which was in favor of seating
th Rmmblican. Noves. Cockran, as
usual, was very violent and demon
strative in his oratorical method, while
one of the best talkers iu the house, and
on this very Noyes-Rockwell occasion
he delivered one of tho groat speeches
of his life. Cockran made a great deal
of noise and employed a multitudo of
vestures. He was very much in earn
est in his defense of Rockwell's seat,
and used his voice to its limit, and
fairly made the house chamber shake
with its thunderous volume. Yet it
was all very impressive, and the house
was very much affected by Cockran's
speech. O'Ferrall, however, arose and
told one story and tipped its impres-
siveness all over.
"The gentleman from Now York,
said O'Forrall, as he arose and was
reooenizeu by the speaker, has
lavished upon the house a great many
words and atllictod it with a great deal
of noise. As I listened to his oralori
al roarings, Mr. Speaker, and 1
ney Trouble cured py
Mr. Goo. O. Smith.
DearNIr: I iravo vour Kliciinintln Cure
10 my nine ooy, inree yearn old, who nail it
serious kidney trouble, flu wan so wenk
across hi. back that ho could hardly wall,
across the room without falling down ami
was mm. lusiugsireiigui tu me nine ne com
menced taking your remedy. He ha. taken
lens than two bottles and now J cannot see
hut that he Is art well a. anv child. 1 am
sure It saved 111. lire anil I cannot savenuuuh
in ii. praise. limy your.,
ill KS. 11. UUIfll.'l.
Helium ran., vt.
Sold hv all druwrlst. and irpnnral flAnlar. at
$1.00 per itottleor sent nrupsiu fnim the home
omce. Treiitl.eaml hook of teatlinmilulH free.
ueo. u. niniiii. tiruaai.i, no. ismuoinierry, vt.
HERE AND HEREAFTER.
An Important Dluiuctlou.
iwiuieu r rairiuui, mi i ..in " hjeclaml: "One fundamental prin
ciple of Wesleyan Methodism is anti
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1 B. YAUVEY,
J DEALER in ALL RAIL
) K L t J Js IP. Fleming's Store, No.
J 1 1 ' ' '' th Main Street.
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rOi jJ Snter Goods
tr m 1 1 ' ! 'i i ' ,.r Dress
neaau i "i i t r
l Merb . lit t
nd light and heavy
rd icil-made Garments
4 . . . t
jjitched Spruce, Clapboards
trades), and Spruce and
mlcjck Bill Lumber ,
"ijtet lm Prices for Cash!
nib ill the market for auy kind of
ir lfuilding Contracts.
f ir. PLETCiiEn,
" i l(i.nininio, M
,t kins' Dye House
and Gents' Garments
nsed-und Dyed at
J Short Notice.
Ind for price list.
Ills hair as winter snow In white;
Her ircmlilinx steps are slow;
Ills eyes have lont their merry light;
ller cheeks their rosy (flow;
Her hair has not Its tints of gold,
Ills voice no joyous thrill,
Ami yet. tho' feeble, (fray and old, '
They're luilhl'ul lover, still.
Hlnce thev were wed, on lawn and lea,
lilt dld'lhe daises blow,
-ttid oft across the trackless sea
Hid swallows come ami k.
Oft were the forests blanches haro,
A nd oft in irold arrayed ;
Oft did the lilies scent the air,
The roses bloom and fade.
They've had their share of hopes mid tears,
Their share of bliss and hale,
Since llrst he whispered In her ears
A lover's tender tale.
Full many a thorn amid the llowerB
Has lain upon their way;
They've hail their dull November hours
As well as days of May.
Jtnt firm ind true through weal and woe,
Throinh chanire of time and scene.
Through winter's gloom, through summer's
Their faith mid love have been.
Together hand In hand they pass
Serenely down life's hill.
In hope one prrnve In churchyard grass
May hold them lovers sllll.
irain all the aid I could in coining to
it conclusion about this matter, I
must say that I was reminded stroogly
of the story, and found my position
very similar to that of the old v lrginia
noero in the thunder storm,
The liouso will recall, air. hiieaK
er, how the honest via negro, truuing
home at midnight, was suddenly
caucrht in a fearful thunder storm.
It friL'htened him greatly and sliooU
his nerve. He coultln t see his nana
before h is face, but blundered along
in the darkness, stumbling over ob
stacles and occasionally falling down.
While the rains descended, now and
then a brief flash of lightning very
brief it was, Mr. Speaker would split
the darkness into a knife. J-or a sec
ond tho glare would show the poor old
negro where he stood, and then he
would be left in deeper darkness than
evor. The thunders, nowever, were
more constant, and the crash and roll
of their voices would have made the
biggest artillery in the world seem
It all served to torrify tho poor
old colored man very much ; the light
ning, the darkness, and especially the
thunder, almost drove him out of his
wits with fear. After one more fearful
crash than usual, ho broke down and
fell upon his knees and began to pray
Oh, Lord,' he cried, 1 recognize
your goodness and your power, but if
it is all ttut same to you, oh, Lru,
couldn't you furnish me a little more
light aud a little less noiser Amen.
And that, I must say, Mr. speak
er, expressed my sentiments very fully
as 1 sat listening to tho mighty voice
of the mighty gentleman from New
This story destroyed at one blow the
whole effect of Uockran s oratory.
lanlc at 1803 Is over and the depression
f a thin-' guit past,
1CW V 1
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neeting its obligi
s it securities h;
Bed and carehillv
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win snow no less
1 i Ineetine its oliliir:
' f s it securities a:t9
jr Bed and carefully I W
, (will show no less I'm
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I I BONDS. I !j
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promise of better times
stored are sure to come.
AN AND TKtTST
the confidence of in-
ugh the panic safely
ins promptly, which
iked after. The fa
re in the conduct of
ntly on band, also
& Trust Co..
MY LADY'S FAN.
This fairy wontlerof silk and pearl,
How like my Imiv In lalnty jcraie;
For peiirln to-night on hr hfeast tthe wears,
'Miit folds of Mitin and luce.
She Inuclied H rim to her dainty lips.
That her welcoming gniile 1 might not see;
And I know thatotu-n iu perfumed wreen
Hath hidden a I; lush from nto.
She hath held it cianiwd in herdnge.nt, here
Where J touch my lips to the shining pear);
And hrutdiud aside with its feathery edge,
i ne JHnjri or u HiiKen curt.
And here, I marked as Bhe wrote this eve,
In peiiwive mottl, on the pearly frame,
While my rival whimpered behind herelmlr,
What was it she wrote. My name!
Ah, lady Hello, as I hold your fan,
While you Idly toy with yourrony Ire
Little you dream that your secret 'e told
Here by your own device.
You tdiall hide no more of your hluwhes sweet,
hereen no more siiuJea from your lover 8 view;
ami me mch mai i gave your senseless xan
J chall give hometiine to you.
Beechams pills for consti
pation io and 25. Get the
book at your druggist's and
go by it.
Anaaal sales mors than 6.01XUIOO bozM.
One fFttxHugh Lee's Nlorics.
GouersI Lee told an uinUHing story
this morning to a Chrouiclo reporter.
When he was about to deliver his ad
dress at tho Confederate reunion it
L-raig county recently some one cam-
to him and asked linn if -lie would
speak to him. The general consented,
and tne old negro, wnose name was
Ham and who had fought throughout
tne war, came and received tho prof
fered hand. Ueneral Lee at once began
to put questions to the old fellow, who
answered with wonderful skill. J he
general then asked him where he had
seen the best time during the war.
"At Chickaruauga, " at once replied
the darky, because l ran as soon as
the tiring began." Mut how did you
know which way to run in such a hot
battler ' asked ueneral Liee with &
merry twiukle in his eye. "I went
directly to the safest place anil the first
1 could hnd, answered oam, cause
I skipped for de place whar de ginerils
was ' ' lieneral Lee enjoyed the joke,
and laughed heartily at the darky's
wit. (Uharlottesville C'hronicle.
AINK R. R.
A INS GOING 8OUTH.
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IB TRAINS UOIXG NORTH.
wi Falla 12.10, 2.52, e.65, (11.10 p. m.
1.00, SXi, 7.511, (Ilo p.m dally.
R TRAINS FROM THE 80UTU.
a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m.
S.00 11.00 M.IW
S.40 10.10 1.05 6.6 J
1.15 12.15 S.00
10.22 1.22 4.M .15
11.10 2.10 5.45 10.10
11.55 2.4 .30 1115
a.m. pa. p.m. p.i
FROM THE SOETH.
To the EmTOB Please inform yor read
ers that I have a positive remedy far the
above named disease. By its timely use
thousands of hopeless cases have been per
manently cured. 1 shall be glad to send
two bottles of my remedy free to any of yonr
readers who have consumption if they will
send me their express and post office address.
itespecttully, 1. A. Blocum, M. v..
Ho. 183 Pearl Street, New York.
He Win Satiaflrd.
A good story is told by the Wash
ington Star about a man who formerly
represented a southern district iu con
gress, but who is now a judge, lie is
in thejiabit of going on sprees, and
several times has been on tho verge of
delirium tremens, a malady that he
has always feared. Upon one of these
occasions he slept in 'a r mi in a hotel
where the landlord had a pet monkey.
There were two beds in the room, and
in the middle of the night the other
occupant of the congressman's sleeping cleanse away
Fowrtera never fail
Mill. X.lt M I.N.. lin
apartment was awakened by a noise.
Looking to see what it was he dis
cerned the statesman sitting up in bed
with a boot in his hand. Upon the
foot of the bed was the pet monkey.
In tones of extreme affright the con
gressman addressed the animal: "If
you are not a monkey the Lord have
mercy upon me. " lie hurled the boot ;
there was a bowl from the monkey,
sigh of relief from the congressman
and a moment later he was snoring
sectarianism and a catholic stunt.
This is true, as- all Methodist history
from Wesley down makes evident, let
it also shows that Methodism stands
strongly for denominationajism and a
spirit of loyalty to its own ideas. The
combination thus indicated seems to
us just the right one. Any body of
Christians is suie to be weak and un
influential that does not thoroughly
respect itself and vigorously carry out
its own special mission : but it can do
this without despising or railing at
their bodies, or compassing heaven
and earth to make proselytes from
them. To live and let live, think and
let think, to be manly aud at the same
time friendly, is Methodism's way.
Cynicism is one of the shadow
which experience casts.
iUe frictions of life are what wear
out the delicate machinery. Work
in a noi lil where so much is ever
seeking to unhalow our spirits, to
render them common and profane.
how high the privilege of consecrating
them anew in prayer to holiness and
to Ood ! (Trench.
In lonkiug forward to future life, let
us recollect that we have not to sustain
all its toil, to endure all its sufferings,
or to encounter all its crosses at once.
One moment comes laden with its
own little burden, then nies, and is
succeeded by another no heavier than
the last; if one could be sustained, so
can another and another. (Jane
We often live under a cloud, and it
is well for us that we should do so.
Uninterrupted sunshine would narcb
our hearts ; we want shade and rain to
cool and refresh them. Unly it be
hooves us to lake care that, whatever
loud may be spread over us, it
should be a cloud of witnesses. And
every cloud may be such, if we can
only look through to the sunshine that
broods behind it
Unlike courage, fortitude has en
tered the battle and seen the worst
without alarm. Worsted today, it has
strength and resources which assure
victory tomorrow, fortitude puts on
!t bold front, is conscious of resources
not his own, "endures as seeing Him
who is invisible." Fortitude has
strength and staying qualities; it
marches in the column of invincibles.
The martyrs were supported by this
great quality. In the conflicts of
human life, the person armed with
this virtue stands firm in his shoes,
prepared to suffer or fight without
flinching or signs of fear.
It is impossible to mourn, and yet
not repine: to be sad, and yet not un
happy : to carry solemn memories,
and still joyous and useful. Life is
largely what we make it. We may
call back images of bliss and gladness,
ami tnauk Uod that such felicity was
once ours, thereby sweetening the
present moment with the pleasures of
bygone clays. Kut we must not always
be looking back. If we do, we are
almost sure to go as we look. We
must turn our vision sometimes to the
future, and try to carve out from what
is left to us a fortune for the coming
days. Uod has promised that the
reign of sorrow shall end. "God shall
wipe away tears from off all faces."
We may not stop our own weeping, but
uou can soothe us. shall we not ask
Him to put an end to our woe, to
our sin and selfishness,
OLIMPNKS OF liIFK.
What he Held Moat Pretiloue.
"Yountr man." said the fond father
"in triving vou mv daughter I hava in,
trusted vou with the dearest treasure
of my life." .
The young man was duly impressed
I at hi ft tt'fit!h. "KG&I
Iv. ' ho rnmnrkncL "I hi till DO kloll it
to THn cum have stopped.
Could I bor ow your wheel, to get down
"Young man, I would not trust any
body on earth with that wheel."
"They fell me you have been trying
"Yes." wbb the response of the sad
hearted ; "I made a purchasoon a mar-
kot a few weeks ago."
"Was it a good buy?"
"Yes. That's exactly what it was
B good-bye" Washington Star.
In the Opera-Box.
Marie I don't think people ought
to iudire women bv their clothes.
Estelle Nor I. I wouldn't like any
man to judge me by my opera gown.
MarieHe would haveli mighty low
opinion of you wouldn't ner (flnu
now they don't speak. )
Henrv Wilson, the nostmaster at
Wolshton, Florida, says he cured a case
of diarrhoea of long standing in six
hours, with one small bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhaia
Remedy. What a pleasant surprise
that must have been to the sufferer.
Such cures are not unusual with this
remedy. In rnanv instances only one
or two doses are required to give per
manent relief. Jt can always be de
pended upon. When reduced with
water it is pleasant to take. For sale
by F. R. Durgin, Druggist adv.
Bronco Bill Well. Shifty Sam, the
reformed road agent, is at his old
tricks again robbin' people same as
Big Foot Smith What! Gone back
on his religion aud holdin' up Wells-
Bronco Bill Not exactly that, but
I hear as how he's head and front of
the church fair down at Roarer's
Mamma You ought not to accept a
diamond necklace as a present from
Mr. De Billion. You don't know
what the future may bring forth.
Agnes (pertly) Well, I'll take good
care of the present, and let the future
take care of itself.
"Turn the rascals out" the familiar
party-cry may be applied to microbes
as well as to men. The germs of dis
ease that lurk in the blood are "turned
out" by Ayer's Sarsaparilla as effect
ually as the old uostmasters are dis
placed by a new administration.
Bhe Reformed Him.
"What is the matter?" asked one of
Mr. Vivles boon companions; "you
havn't taken the pledge, have 3'ou?"
No. But I'm not looking on the
wine when its red in the cup, j'ust
Reformed, 'have you? "Yen.
You've heard of a womans marrying a
man with tho idea of getting him to
stop drinking. It does not always
work, but it did in my case. My wife
is a stupendously clever woman. "
"Made you promise, did she?" "She
didn't have to. When I started down
town to night she said: "I've lost the
latchkey, dear, but it won't make any
difference. You ring the bell and I'll
et you in." I said, 'All right'
Only,' she said, 'we'd better agree
on some password, so that when you
ring I can look out of the window and
make sure it isn't a burglar.' 'Of
course, ' said I ; what'll the password
be?' 'I have it,' she answered; it
mustn't be too simple. You just say
Irrepressible reprehensibilitv aud
then I'll come down and let you in."
Gentlemen, if I can't say irrepressible
reprehensibility when 1 get home 1
don't get in, and, morever, I assume
the chances of being taken for a
housebreaker. I've simply got to be
careful." And he went over and res
olutely seated himself next to the ice
water tank. Washington Star.
it ir 1 1 pans, churns, bottles,
IVlllK lCtllS, everything which is
used for .milk, even down to the
baby's bottle these are tnings ior
which you need Pearline. With
Pearline, they're cleansed more
easily, more quickly, more eco-.
nomically, and more thoroughly,
than with anything else known. The,
neople who know most about milkj
say just mat. w e can i anoru iu
print all the testimonials we hold.
They're free expressions of opinion
in conventions, in papers, every-
. ''P.,,-.! .iitliiiciip m o -,ra i ir
where where milk folks have a voice, .im...
Pearline is genuine. And its nau.ra.. i u. a.. ...v f
thinf enuais i-eaiinic.
some unscrupulous pruter wm ku t".
t ie fame as pearline. 113
KOTXrf4 I t never Iedl!ed. if your grocer send.
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In Buying a Piano or an Organ
An tnt fail n ciamina tha latest Mason A Hamlin models. Recent
linprovemcnta together with time tested points ot superiority render them
instruments par excellence. Old pianos or organs taken in exchange.
Instruments sold for cash or eauy payments.
Catalogues and full information sent free.
146 Boylston Street, (opp. Common), Boston, Mass.
61 Broadway, N.
Members ot the N. Y. Stock Exchange.
Ueoe.ve Account and DenopiUof Firms, Indi
viduals, etc., and allow Interest on daily bul-
Hu y and sell for cash or carrv on marirtn at
lowt'wt rates of Interest on the Sew York, Phila
delphia, Ito8ton and Chicago Stork Exchange,
StiK-k-H, BotWf, Grain, Cotton, etc.
Branch Oftirc. 3A t'ongreaa St.. Bout on.
(71enM and bewitiftca th hate
Proutotei ft luxuriant growth.
Never Falla to Bestora Oray
Mavip to m touiniui voior.
Cum acsJp diKtiK k'r imlhity
The only wort Cur lor Oirna. tsuip tvJl pain. Lnttm tarn
fartto ifca teet, AUiua walking ur. lb al Uruuiau.
ryTrA arc, ajvari reliable, ladics mI
Umcrtst for ChukftUr i Knettsh Dia-
motKs Jirand In tt4 ud OUd a4l4aillo
iia avaiod viih blue rlbboa. Take
iiwmuim imiwumu. Ai urafirifTS, 4r aftMI .
in stamp) hit partlcglra. tcntlnoaUb mad
KcUvf for I. mMwi," i Uifr, bj rmm
nail, awaww imioBiiii. if awn faprr.
bll.Ma.4!-t.BuaMal(W. U-aHu. a -
Sold ttf ait Loutl Ui utiauta. PlUitvlX. Isv-
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i.w, ralla, 4.48, 8.JU a.m., 1.17, aja.
1 i J-re Brattlebora for SprlnpBeld,
t 1 t ..1.1 a HmmIaIuhm
Re good to rntirself for one this Fall
and tniit yourself to an Overcoat that is
(1) fK-rfeet tit, (2) warm and healthy
ill) stylish and (4) is worth what you
. I iiav for it. We can make you up one
iust like that at the shortest possible no
tice. Here we want to make a point.
and say the best cloth, best material,
best makers, make best clothes. We do
it. We also dye, clean and press cloth
ing. Goods called for and delivered.
DAVIS, THE TAILOR.
CI Main Street, up stairs. 14co2w i
You Trv Ik
to find a remedy for your Back
ache and have been "offered
everything from a porous plaster
up or down to a quart bottls
of a mysterious liquid (dis
guised alcohol) you'll conclude
that there is no cure for Back,
ache to be had. That's wrong
there's a new remedy.
Buker's Kidney Pills
will cure a Backache, safely,
surely and quickly. It's the
only remedy made that will cure
the ache. These Dills remove
Kidney troubles that cause the
backaches they tone the vital
organs. Ask your druggist.
Price 50 cents. A book about
Backache and Kidney trouble,
sent for the asking. -
Bmktr Pill C. Ra '
to fill us with His own joy, and to
make us spiritually elad? God can
accomplish this transformation. We
have only to resign ourselves actively
and trustfully to Him to gain ourselves
the sweet solace of the indwelling
The materials out of which heaven
and hell are builded are found in every
life, and the man who slowly builds
heaven within him has constantly the
terrible knowledge that he has only to
put cis nana forth in another direc
tion in order to build hell ; both are
within reach. But as a man builds
heaven, his vision of the infernal
possibilities of life grows clearer, and
his horror of wrong doing becomes
more constant and controlling. The
The problems of Dhvsical health are
identical with the problems of human
Happiness, wnile a poorly nourished
and diseased body does not always in
dicate an unhappy mind, it is a fact
that "the fat are jolly," and that rich
blood promotes good spirits.
Angler's .Petroleum jMiiulsion. the
pleasant Food-Medicine, has proven it
self to be a flesh maker, blood enricher,
disease destroyer, and happiness bring
er. It cures coughs, strengthens weak
lungs, restores lost flesh, increases bp
petite, and aids digestion. Solo, by all
uruggista. mn. and fi.ou.
The latest addition to American
abroad is the smart saying of a Now
iork girl to an .baigusnman who took
her into dinner. "I sometimes wonder
what becomes of all the peaches in
your1 country," be said. Oh, we
eat what we can, and can what we
can't," answered the ready-tongued
maid. (iNew lorK Sun,
A laborer employed in one of the
iron mills iu Allegheny, earning the
muniiicent salary of $1.10 a day for
wheeling ore in a wheelbarrow.received
a telegram announcing that a relative
in Ireland had died and left him $00,-
UUO. Jte left his job, went to Ireland.
securea tne casn and started upon a
career of luxury and high living. Two
years later he reappeared in Pittsburg,
asked for his old position and went
back to wheeling ore. One dav anoth
er telegram came announcing tnat a
relative in England had diet!, leaving
01111 $zu,uiu. ne arew up nis nand in
despair. "Ilivins !" cried he. "Must
Oi trowi up me job and go over ther
and waste another vear or two in
spinding that? It's a bloody shame to
handicap a decint workin' man like
thot Oi 11 Bind word to thim Oi can't
do it" Buffalo Inquirer.
Sime "Your father was an old
whaler, wasn't he, JimmieT Jimmie
1 es ; but near as I can remember ma
disguises under which evil hides itself did her share of it!" Boston Courier.
become more apparent, until the beau- Mother "Don't you think that a
tiful mask no longer produces even a boy of your size could take the tacks
momentary illusion ; the hideous face out of this carpet if he wanted tn?"
is seen at a glance. Wnen one has Small Son "1 cuesa sn. Shall I tuL-A
come to see sin as it is, and to loathe my sled and go out and see if I can
and hate it, not for its consequences
but for itself, one has gone a long way
toward that final redemption from its
(tower which we call salvation. But
we are never saved until we have
looked sin in the face and know that it
is not only a terribly reality, but that
it has touched the best of us with its
defilement ; and that, at some motrent
in our lives, the noblest of us must
cry: "O God the Son, Redeemer of
the world, have mercy unon us miser
able sinners!' (The Outlook.
The London Pail Mall Gazette tells
about the invention of a milking
machine in that country, capable of
milking four cows at a time and cost
ing only $200.
Children Cry for
find one who wants to?" Good News.
Jones "What does he do?'
Brown "Do?" Why, he doej every
body. Florida Times -Union.
All the prominent western roads
have been notified by the interstate
commerce commission of the beginning
01 an anion against inem lor violation
of the fourth section of the interstate
commerce law, better known as the
long and phort haul clause. It is cer
tainly high time.
For a pain in the side or chest there
is nothing so good as a piece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and bound on over tho seat of
pain. It affords prompt and perma
nent relief and if used in time will
often prevent a cold from resulting in
pneumonia. This same treatment is
a sure cure fur lame back. For sals bv
F. K. Durgin, Druggist. adv. '
la strictly a
aud la the result of sudden
el Una tie changes.
Ely's Cream Balm
is ai'Knowicuiren to be tne moot thorough cure
for Nawil Catarrh, Col.l in lleaii anil Hav Fever,
of all remedies. It ojiena anil cleanses tiie nngai
imtoairm, allays palnanil liinmnmation, bcala the
norvs, iiruitM'is tne ineniiirane from colds, re
stores the senses ot taste anil smell. The Itnln
is applied directly Into the nostrils, Is quickly
absorbed and itives relief at once. The results
that follow Catarrh, due to the dropping of poi
sonous matter Into the throat, are Irritation of
the bronchial tulies and soreness of the lungs
acconianled by a cough. Iu all such cases e
recommend I'ineola Ilalsam to be used In eon
neclion with Cream Balm.
KI.V8 PI. KOI. A BALSAM will be found ex
ccllent for all throat and lung Inllanimatiunsaiid
tor asthma. Con
sumptives will Inva.
rlably derive liencllt
from iu use, as 't
uickln abates the
cough, renders ex
assisting nature In
tissues. There is a 1
large percentage of
those who suppose
their cases 10 be
are only suffering
or deep seated cough, often aggravated bv ca.
tarrh. Both remediasarepleasuntto use. Price
of Cream Balm Auc. per bottle; I'ineola Balsam
toe. In quantities of mi we will deliver free
of express or postage, ou receipt of amount
1.L.1 1mu1nr.ua, Mi Warren St., New York.
Latest styles for Fall and
Winter wear. Prices moderate.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Come
In and see in) trimmed goods,
I'm satisfied they will please
W. H, PHILLIPS.
s: Main St.
PRICES OF GOAL
FOR PRESENT DELIVERY,
Stove and Nut, $6.50
Egg and Crate, 6.25
This is not stock Coal, but fmshlv mine.
all rail. . ' .
Clock Faces, old Looking Glass Frames, ManMl
Ornaments, old Chairs, or anvthlnn. Iiei.lnt.l
Dionzed or Glided to look aa tlie
St., Brattlebero, Vt.
' Gilded to look aa thev hm! t.i .n.
other way, done at my ahoo. Kvther Block. Main
Race Record 2:15. Sire Mate. Wilkes, 2:24 3-4.
By George W ilkes, 4 :M; dam. Lady Maude,
by Young Trustee.
Linden was foaled Jnlr . 18H8. Is a rteh h i.
color, stands 15-., and weighs 1075 pound
He is of kind disHsitton and his continuation 1 1
of the best. Linden has proved himself a gamd
race horse, ami his reconf of 8 .1S la no limit 01
his Mweit, as he has repeatedly shown quartei ,
in 31 seconds. lie took flrat nr.,,,1 ........ ..T
Stallions at the Valley r'alr, Brattleboro, Ver
h!S,".V, ."fL'.in.V.L1" Tery horse, and
Linden will make the season of 189S at Brattle,
boro. ermont. on the 'h. ..i.
can b 1 seen after May Is, ffe will be In ctar
V' ii. '"l'hKSU!r-,.No- Chestnut St.. BnutFe
Linden colt. " " mue' W1U a"'
W To PEPS I A. YJSl 1
mm sick Headache. FlutulemeT w s. : ... "ts will
Sick Headache, Flutulenre, Sour 8iom.
Hll. I Hill anil IllAtrwao In .. -
ani are '?,n,!r Knaciated from Mai.
nutrition caused by Indigestion,
will cure Ton. Yon pun mi an , .
mankind, vour food w-lll digest without ajnovl g
distress following thereafter, you will gain In
flesh and enjov perfect heal'tt Taml ha mrt. 2s.
Tr al package free. First dose will nleaVe
a-uoresa nr. u. a. urlgden A Co., Wwlch.Cbnn.
un oumciiiy be the last season tnat the public
for t25 i n "P"""? to "feed to Linden
4cAudd8', T.1 1" c l aiCk;'8 pe,l,gree-
r C. G. WIMCMESTSTD
So. 1 Chestnut St.. Brattleboro, Vs.
Has proved to be a gupeesafni t
ment for the positive cure of
Catarrh of the Nose and Throat.
A trial will convince the afflicted of thai
Vs.. A "PPly "ufflck-nt for one
month s treatment will 1m. anf
ceint of the nriee. :f fin i....i j ' ,
by ITie Dr. H. w'. Roe' Zry, lZ
the treatment of chronic disease? '
3IAXC1IESTER, X. n,
T.ftli ipfl nn ran nnit,.J A .
of. ennse i.lnstraTed
tion "i-ou ajipnca
NERVO - liSPTimE
.hT,new '""wry for the cure of V pfl aTT."
S. Von wil. ,ld a eri'w A u?"r
Jvement iM for.- the liru ",f",-,?ry
nam L-'V:.,1:,"for'l. f omi.
""'l, miSHIK Jt CO
Sola agents lor the V. 8. "
.Byes Tested Tx99l
OR. W. S. BURROW6,
f MAIM T-
Stewell. late -h,m L?f K.of
ceased. Greeting- You a afLS.1'1 IMtr'ct. le.
U.is Court win "lWe Z??, hJJ?' ht
ac-ount of Klieneer w 2,.Ilfi w,nr" tha
ai-l Kstate. and otree" dlsiT .:.Tc,!ar MP
the iwrsons eiHItlwIih, i,,,1?n ""reofio
hehf , the inn f i'c TaTt. T ,h" ," l"
Uietthday of IHmtrT I? TSS"'1'
w here vou may be h..i3i..k when aod
seeeaiise. ! rt ln the 1'remlaea, lf rJ
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