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SALES OF nE6ISTEIlEl STIEEP.
Caton lllll, Johnston, Ohio, to Stepheti
J M Parker, Middlebury, to, K S Ham
mond, Reading, 3 ewes from liis uwu llock,
1 from that of K Itlch and 1 from tbat of H
Elihu Lawrence, Fairfield Center, Me.,
lodA Fnllnr. Vflirfil(l Centar. 4 nwes.
8 W Jewett to Cherbino & Williamson, 2
T L Kinney, to H D Allen, South Hero, 1
sheet) from llock of A II Sperry.
J F Prindle, WllllamBtown, Mass., toL J
Burge?3, Hoosick. N Y., 1 abeep.
Tl n Hnrwell. Bridnort. to T F & O W
Qordon, Chesterville, O., 5 rams from hia
own llock, 1 from that of II F Hall, and 1
frnm tVint nf A V Hindfifl.
O P Moore, Middlebury, to W II Wliitney,
Me.. lramfrom tlock of U D Twitchell,
and 1 from that of G A. Landers.
nWondhiirr. Atmlelon. O.. to TvlerBros,
Alexandria. 0 1 ewe from flock of Tyler
U D Twitchell, Middlebury, toL J Sam
Bon, 2 ewes from flock of C Pike: to J W
Abernethy, 2 eweB from flock of 0 Pike j to
a J W1IC0X, J ewes irom hock oi kj jtikc, iu
T T. Killn. 1 bwh from flock of CPike.
JA&L. JWrisht, Middlebury, toHAm-
rine, Marrsville, O., 1 ram from flock of Q
N PnvriB! lo David Turnbull. Cedarville. O.
1 ram from flock of G N Paynej to D Rine-
hart, Mt. Vernon, U 1 ram lrom hock oi J
O Hamilton; to Thos. Marahall, Heralock,
frnm flne.k of O N Pavne! to M
Weaver, Cahtham.O., 1 ram from flock of R
.Lane: to u u AleiecK, urownsvuie, u.. i
ram from flock of G N Payne; to J R & N
W Reid, Parrytown, O., 2 rams from llock
of O P Lee; to FrankSbaw. Frazeysburjf, O.
1 ram from flock of J O Hamilton; to H
Farry & Son, Newark, O., 1 ram from flock
of O P Lee; to James Walker, Commercial
Point, O,, 1 ram from flock of G N Payne;
to W Martin, Commercial Point, 1 ram from
flock of O P Lee; to Amos Boyer, PleaBant
Valiey, 0 1 ram from flock of (1 Webster;
to williarn Veach, JNewarK, u., i ram lrom
n W 1J T rn fAv,ni:n nUnl
ham, 0. 1 ram from flock of of J 0 Hamilton;
to w U lirecrfrer, idttie O'JayiicK, u l ram
xroin liuuiv Ul VT ll r i j.u wuucn,
Qranville, 0., 1 ram from flock of G N
Payne; to W M Wylie, Frazeysburg,
1 ram lrom tlock of U 1 Lee; to isaac
Whltcraft. Ouaker City. 0.. 1 ram
from flock of G N Payne and 1 from that
of C A Landers: to Millikin Bros., Johns-
town, O.. 1 ram from flock of G N Payne; to
James Noland, Drazeysuurg. l ram lrom
flock of J O Hamilton; to M Rowlnnd,
Cassville, O., 1 ram from flock of G N
Payne: to Jno. Tiprner, Cambridge. O., 1 ram
from flnc.k of J 0 Hamilton: to J E Sankey.
Cambridge, 1 ram from flock of O P Lee;
to J w Cale, Lower uity, u., i ram trom
flock of J 0 Hamilton; to Johnathan Rose,
Uuaker City, 1 ram irom hock oi J u linin
ilton; to Thos. Lapage, Camhnage, l ram
from flock of O P Lee; to Robert Stewart,
Londonderry, 0 1 ram from flock of J O
Jtlamllton; to Jonn inomas, nraay, u., u.
R V Dougherty, 1 ram from flock of E B
Jewett; to 8 C Barr, Cambridge. 1 ram
from flock of J A Wright; to Johnathan
Rose, Quaker City, 1-2 interest m 3 rams,
viz.. 2 trnm flock of 0 P Lee. and 1 from
that of G N Payne; to G C Lanning, Odell.
O..51-2 ram f rom llocK 01 J UHammon;to
S Jj Blne. Homer. O.. 1 ram from llock of J
A Wright; to T A Fred, Belmont, 0 , 1 ewe
from flock of L S Wright, and 2 from that
of H C Sessions; to D & W Black. Cam
bridge, 2 evres fiom flock of L 8 Wright,
and 1 from that of B W Crane; to O F
Brasbear.lMillerville. O.. 1 ewe from flock of
j llilamblinjto v areasnier, iuuiervuie,
O., 1 ewe from flock of H C Sessions, 1 from
that of G II Grandy. 1 from that of 0 8
Gibbs, 1 from that of O C Cudworth, and
from that ot H E Wriffht.
C O Cudworth, Richville, to T J Conklin,
P H Garwood, W. Middlebury 0., to 8 P
Kimbtll, Woodstock, O., 1 ram.
G R Waite to C W Mason, 1 sheep from
flock of Mr. Forbes. 1 from that ot R W
Merritt. and 4 from his own flock; to Jiuneh
Delong, 2 sheep.
A M Baldwin est to Treadway Bros,, 1
J A & L J Wright, t C Cameron & 8on,
2 ewes from flock of H C Sessions, 1 from
tbat of J A Wright. 1 from that of Mrs. Wm
'ii.. i . .!.... v 11 n iinAnm q r
imucii i iiuiit uin. ui 11 v uiunn, .1 JIU111
thatofRN & OFAtwood.lfrom that of
L 8 Wright, 1 from that of H IS Wright and
1 ram from flock of G N Payne.
8 W Thomae, Greenwich, O., to II W
Townsend. New London, O., 3 ewes from
flock of N II Hill, and 1 from that of J O
.Chester Pike, Cornish, N, H to II D
Twitchell, Middlebury, 38 ewes,
E K Severance, Middlebury, to W H
Madden, Butler. Ind., 1 ram Bnd 3 ewes
from the flocks of H Robbins. M M Peck
and L W Pet; to Herbert Crampton. Pleas.
ant Lake, Ind., 1 ram from flock of A II
Hubbard;to John Fee, Hamilton, Ind., 1
ram from flock of F D Douglass; to John
Harper, Pleasant Lake, 1 ram from flock
of A H Syerry; to J Cramton. Pleasant
Lake. 1 ram from flock of L W Peet; to K
M Coll, Butler, 1 ram from flock of A II
Hubbard; to John Leas, Waterloo, Ind., 1
ram from flock of H Robbins; to E D Long,
Waterloo, 1 ewe from flock of E Searl; to
David Maxwell, Butler, 1 ram from llock of
J 8 Wing: to Frank Fee. Hamilton, 1 ram
from flock of F D Douglass.
Cherbino & WilliamBon, Middlebury, to
Dfffgs Bros. & Co., Winslow, Arizona, 31
aheep from flock of J Randall, 7 from that
of J a Willmarth & Son, 6 from that of J A
Wright, 3 from their own flock, 1 from that
of C Rich, 4 from that. of E R Shedd, 1 from
that of H Vaughan, S from that of J 8
Smitb. 1 from that of H M Perry, 1 from
that of W B Porter, 1 from that of 8 W
Jewett, 1 from that of P Jewett, 1 from
thatofFG Wright, 1 from that ofS E
Hemenway, 1 from that of I G Wooster, 2
from that of G H Lane, 1 frora that of E 8
Hammond and & from that of R Lane.
E Barnum. Shoreham, to J S Buck and T
Gordon. Cardington, 0 8 ewas,
H M Powers, Shoreham, to J SBnck and
x iucK. carmngton, J3 sneep.
C C Forbes, Middlebury, to L EfMoore, 1
ewe unu rams.
,8 J Northrup, to T J Conklin, Dundee, N,
Y.. 8 rams.
B B Trottingham, Shoreham, toT J Conk
lin, 11 rams.
C C Forbes. Shoreham, to T J Conklin,
v renni wo n wara, otiorenam, A rams.
Jbel Randall, Middlebury, to Cherbino &
Williamson. Middlebury, 31 rams.
J F Prindle. Williamstown. Mass., to 0 D
oi u rienyon. wnue ureeK, . a rams.
JTIiY Rich to T J Conklin. 0 ewes and
7 rams; to E 8 Hammond, Reading. 5 ewes.
8 D Wells, Orwell, to Jno. Pow, Salem. 1
aim 4 rams,
E GFarnham, West Cornwall, to E R
Shedd. BrownHvilln. 2 mwkh frnm flrwli- nf W
8Delano and 1 from that of C N Mosley;
" iZ. "uuiiiuiii, ivuaiiing, i ewe irom mook
of WSDelano, and 1 from that of A II
irPid$DK? & ,9ial1,1 .Centerburg. O.. to
KirkMcClain.Mt. Union, 0 1 ewe from
flock of A & 0 B Davis.
. 81 Spaulding. Middlebury, to Cherbino
& Williamson, Middlebury, 7 rams from
uock oi j a Yiumartn a aon.
U D Twitchell , Middlebury, to . W Aber
nethy, Cornwall, 1 ewe from llock of D T
oiafn;ioi ii wells, wtaaiehury, 1 ewe
frpm flock of J Hindes; to A M Williamson,
Middlebury, 1 ewe from flock of J Hinds;
to L J Samson, Middlebury, 1 ewe.
Cherbino & Williamson, Middlebury, to
Davy Jones. 0 ewes from their own flock,
and 1 from that of I G Wooster.
The small-pox israglngatShlloli, Ky.,
and all the Rtores arc closed and busl
ue88 of cvery characUr ls suspended.
'Xlia dlsease broko out montlis ago, and
whole famllles are strlcken down and
the people are demoralized, fleeing from
the aelghborhood, leavlng their hoines
ane frlends vho have the dlsease. Sev
ral physlcans have dlcd, and tliose lir
Ing have no power ovcr the fatality or
Kceping Uoots In Wintcr.
A Vormont corresiiondcnt of tlic Coun-
trv Gcntlriimn jrlvcs his cxppiiuncu in
tlils nmttcr usfollows:
I have. for suveral ycars, rni&cu ninii-
folds, sugar bcets nml vnrious otlicr
inds of roots for stock-fecding nnd for
otlior purposos, and liavo storcd tnem in
various wavs. 1 formerly bclicved in
tlic vcntllatlon tlicorlcs, but I found by
nractical oxnoricncc that nnv voot kcpps
bettcr whcn stored ns ncarly In tlio con
ditlon in Wlilch lt grew as posslblc tbat
18, buricu in niolst cartn. ino noct
bcst placc is in a uamn. coolpitor ccllar,
I liRve a root cellar, wallcd up on tlirce
skles. und not on tlic fourtli. excunt down
to tlic "pan." Bclow that lt 1s slopcd so
as to stand witliout slielllng oll'. The
bottom of tlie cellar 1s n cradual slopc.
so as to run oll all water. Alniost tliroueii
out tlic ycar watcr oozes ln through tlic
bank and mns a'cross tlic cellar to the
lowest point, vbero lt cntcrs a "sub
carth duct." not ot tlio patented klnd,
howevor, and flows away. Into tlils cel
lar. on the bank side. our roots aroduniP'
ed. a cuard bclnc placed bclow to kcep
tlicm from rollintr too far. Thcre is
nclthcr floor nor bln. but they arc lcf t
bankcd up agalnst tlio dainp cartli us
tlicv co Into thc cellar. No Ycntllatlon
is evcr glycn tlio cellar, cxcept wliat it
gets from tlio liolcs unupr inc suis
wliicli arc qulto down to a lcvcl wlth tlio
surroundiiitf ground and tlio drain, a
coiuiuon four-lneli draln, flve or slx rods
Iontr. Whcn cold wcatlier Uecomcs regu
lar, thc wholc is closcd up wltli a llght
banklng of cartli, wliicli rcaches an incli
or two above the bottom of tlie sllls.
Sometinies tlie frost gets ln nround thc
sides, and on one or two occasions we
havc had somc of tlic uppo.r toots frozen
a little; but bcyoml tlils I nevcr saw a
bushel of hiiurcd roots slnce I adoptcd
tlils plan of keepinc tlieui. I fcd out
mangolds, sugar beets, carrots and swcdes
as latc as inidsummer tlils ycar tliatwcre
In as pcrfect condition as on the day
they wcre put in. AVe had turnlt) beets
out of this cellar on our tablc tlils suui
raer, after tlie new crop liad bccn ln use
a niontli, tbat wcre bctter tlian tlic new
oncs cxcept for grecns. I fed out pars-
nips as latc as June, tlint wcre ltig last
fall for wintor usc, wliicli wcre appar
ently as sound and crisp as whcn put ln.
Tlie strapleafturnij), tlie inost dlfllcult
of all roots to keep in a ccllar, because it
grows at a teniperattiro a little abovc
treezing, kecps lieic untll well into the
spring. I liavo ncver tried tlie cxperi
uicntof lcecping potatocs on tlie cellar
bottom, but I bclievc it would bc a grcat
improvenient on keeping tlicm in venti
latcd bins. I sold potatocs out of a bin
in the ccntre of tlils ccllar last August,
that were as solid and unwilted as whcn
ihey -wcre put in elevcn months bcfore.
I confcss 1 was astonished niyself at
tliAti anlnnrlM ..mwlttln,, Vn llfrllt wnQ
admittcd to tlie ccllar during tfie suin-
mer. Opcniugs werc made on three
sldcs, iust laree cnousli to perinlt a frec
circulation of alr.
As heretofore announced, the four-
teenth annual wintcr ineeting of the
Vermont Dairyuien's assoclatiou will be
held in Burlington, in city Hall, cdues
uay, i nursuay anu r riuay, uanuury k,
lsand vj, issj.
Wedncsday forenoon. Opeulntr excr
clses, after wliicli I'rof. A. P. Grinncll,
of the niedlc.il collegc, will reatl a papcr
on"MUK ln iieaitn and aiscasc."
Afternoon. "'Barb wlre, und tlio fcuce
question inthe dairy'" H. Jl.Smith.Ksq
V orcester, Jiass.
"J'crtllizers." A. . LUcevflr, ot thc
New Encland Fanner.
Krening. a paper oy in: n. a. Lut-
tinc of I.unenburcli, srcretary of the
Statc boaid of agriculturc. l'ooni by
iirs. J,aura isrigiiam lioycc.
1 liursday loicnoon. Jiusiness ineeting
at 9 o'clock. G. V. Sinipson. Esq., of
the llnu of Sinipson.McIntyre & Co., of
Boston, and ex-presidcnt of the Boston
Produce exchange, will Fpeak on crcain
eries. Austin Bclknaii, Esn., of Belknap &
Boynton, Boston, cx-presidcnt of thc
Boston l'roduce cxclianirc, and presidcnt
of the Buttcr. Cheese and Kgg associa-
tion, wlll tcll about markctins buttcr.
Mr. Belknap has had niany years' cxpc
rlence in handling buttcr, and his sug
gestions cannot fail to be inost valuabie
and practical ln charaetcr.
Aucnioon. Tlio afternoon will bc
irlven to thc coiisldcration of tlicnuestion
of cusllage, and for this thc leaders ln
he discussion wlll bc cx-Gov. J. Gregory
Smlth and .T. W. Wolcott, Esn.. of the
Hotel Vendoine, Boston. Gov. Sinilli is
largcly Intcrcstcd in ciisilage, and Mr.
Wolcott, wlio ls rcclainiing a worn-out
luu-acre JMassacliusetts farin. lias lor
three years kept nbout one hundicd liAid
of cattle on cnsllage a grcat sliare of thc
Evcnliiff. Gco. G. Smlth. Esn.. Bcr-
thier cn haut, P. Q., wlll givc "A talU
j-riuay lorenoon. Addrcss by Kcv. M.
II. Buckhani. 1'icsldent of Unlvi'isitv of
Vermont and State Agricultural Collegc,
subject notannouncod, after wliicli othtr
matters will be proscnted tlll tlio ineet
The Van Ncsb and Ainerican hotcls
wlll chargo but 81..10 pcr ilay ; tlio Cen
tral, l'assumpslc. Mlsslsquoi, Burlington
and Lamoille and Wells Rlver railroads
and probably the others wlll grant frce
rotuin chccks to thoso attending tlic
meetings and paying full f are one way.
Agricultural Couvcntions at "Washing
ton. ln pursuance of thc policy so wiselv in-
auguraieu iagc wintcr oy ur. J.oring, uoin
missioncr oi Agricultiuc, tliatgentlciiian
has arranced a vcry attractivc itroirrani-
me for a serlcs of nieetings to bc held In
January. Coniiiienciiitr Tuesdav. tlie
23d, two days will bo dcvotcd to thc
work of acrieultural col etres and socie-
tles and tlic genoral nrliu'inlcs of farin.
Ing; 'I liursday and Friday. the 25th and
20th, wlll bo devoted to the anlninl in
dustriej of thc country ; anu Monday.tliu
29th, tlie cotton lndustry wlll bp taken
up.'lhotoplcs suL'trcstedforthoan inalin
dustry branch of tlio meetlng are as folows
lst. The brecd, shapc, slzo and tcmper
oi me norse ucsi auapted to tne l nltcil
id. Thc bieedinj: and fcedintr of beef.
and the suppiy of tho maiket there witli.
3d. Sheep bcst adnntrd to Ainerican
agriculturc, and thc prollt of wool-grow-Ing
In various sectlons of tho ccnintry.
1th. Swlne bcst adaptcd to Wcstern
fanns and the niarkct.
Cth. The question of an Ainerican ren-
resentatlve to tholntcrnatloiialcxlilbltlon
of anlniaU at Hamburg Iu July, 1&S3,
whlehhasbecn referred to this dcpart
mcnt, wlll bo dlscusscd.
mii. 'iiie transportatlou of cattle to
homo and forolgh lrtarkets.
Wc liopo sloclc brecders, and all cs
peclally conccruf!d In tlils lndustry, wlll
ce lo lt tlint racli locallty ls well rcprc
sonted. And vv wl"li to pappclnlly Ini-
prcss uiion tbi' inlmls of lliosc wlio -i-i'
tlic iinportaucu of securiiig lcgislatloii
from Congress to provent tlic sprcad of
contagtous diseascs nniong our larm
stocU tbat tlils wlll bc n proiier tlmo nnd
occaslon for making Ihclr voiccs lieard
Iu Washington. Ity U lncans let us Iiavc
a largc attendancc. Brecders Gazcttc.
Fr.KDixa lIoitsi:s. Thc Xational Llvc
Slock Journal says; ''lt ls not good
policy to put ou iuore ilcili tlian it ilocs
to keep it on. Flcsli tbat bccoincs liardcu
cd by cxcrcise wlll bo kept ud witli lcss
food. tiiidcrtliu.sauic worlc, thanlttook to
put it on. From flftccn to tblrty ponuds
or ioou wm auout suppiy tnc tiaiiy
consunptlou of horscs. laiL'u nnd small.
vlho Ji.nglislt cavalry horscs arc fcd ten
quarts oi oats and twclvo pouiias of liav
tiiicu iiincs a uay. 'i nt! Ainerican caval
ay horscs have had tlic Knglisli rations
lncrcascu to tiurtccn or louitecn (itiarts
of oats and an cqual amount of hay tlirec
tlincs a day. Tlio huntcr, in thc scason,
Is allowed fro.n sixlccn to clghtccn
quarts of oats and nbout clglit )ounds of
Uay, fcd llvc timcs a day. Thc iace
liorsc is allowed from ciglitcen to twen
ly (iiiai ts oi oats pcr uay ntul ncarly ns
uiucli hay as thc liuntcr, bcing usually
icu nvc iiiiics a uiiy.
The wintcr scason ls a vcry iuiportant
one ln the iiianagcincnt of f rult trccs.
1'runiiig ls espccially hn)ortant. Some
beliQVo that if tlie foundation of a tree
bc properly laid in youtli, thcrc wlll be
no nccessity to puriic an adult trec.
Tlils docs not necord witli tlio winter's
cxiiericncc. An intelligentoxaniiuation,
both wlth the saw and knifo in liand,
should bc madc uverv winter. IJeal,
good, large, licalthy lcaves ln everd
pai t of a tree h of vast liuportant, any
thcse can not bc had whcn branccs arc
closc together. stnotliering one anotlier
Caniival at Jlontreal.
Our Canadian neiglibors have made
cxtenslvc preparations for a winter
carnival at Montreal on January 23,
21, 25, 20, and 27, wliicli will
doubtless be attcndcd by a large nuiubcr
oi pcopic irom uie fttatcs. U iicrewill
be an ice palace, to bc illuincnated witli
tlie electric light, and It will be "In
auguratcd" on the first day. after wliicli
tlic new toboggan hills w'ill also bo in
auguiatcd. On thc sccond day thcre
will be a snow-shoo stceplechase, and in
ths cvcning a torchlight procession of
the Montical snow-shoc clubs. On the
third day there will be liorse trots on
tho ice and skating, curling and other
sports. witli a fancy drcss carnival, at
tho Victoria skating rink iu the cvcnlng.
Tho fouith day's progiauiinc will be
mucli lika the tlilrd: and ou thc flfth
tlie carnival will concludc witli a meet
ot the Montroal Tandem club. and snow
shoes races by the various clubs of the
city, at the Montreal Lacrosso grounds.
Cures Dyspepsia, Nervous Affec
tions, General Debilit, Fcvor and
Ague, Paralysis, Chronic Diarrhoca,
Boils, Dropsy, Humors, Female Cora
plaint3, Liver Complaint, Eemittent
Fever, and all diseases originating
ina bad State of the Blood, or
accompanied by Debility or a low
Statc of tho System.
' IS vouu
" ' llany ptople tMnl
' ii i jthemselmslctantlJoc-
toror Itdneijor littrtroublti.ordisprpiia, whtle
ifthetntth utrc Inottn.therealcauseitalthehcart.
The rtnoicned Dr. Clendlnnlng, itartltugli tay
'one-tMrJomy tubjfcts thow ttgnt ofheartdlteait.
The heartuetght about ntneouncei.anJyetinan't
ticentv-eljht pnundt of blood patui through U once
in a tnlnule and a-haf, restlng not day or ntght l
Sunhj iMt tubject tAouM havtcartful atttntion.
f Dr. Gratet a ctltbrattd physician hat prepared a
tpeciflcorall heart troublet andllndrtd dliordert.
Jt t) Inoicn ai Dr. travc' Ilonrt ltcEulntur
aml can be obtalntil at yourdruggtsti, tl.per bottle,
ttx botttet for Xibyerprto. Strnl itamp Jorjir.
Cnirti' thorough and exhauttlte treatlie. (1)
E. JngalU, Sole Amcncan Agent, Concord, .V. n.
ACT AS A
And by cleantlng, regulating, and strcngthenlng
the organs ot dlgestlon, tecretion and absorptlon,
cure Apopleiy. Flts, Paralytls, Nervoutness.
Dlnlness. Debalty, DUIousness, Bad Breath.Jaun.
dice, Llier and Kldney Complaint, Lack ot Appetite,
Low Splrits, Indigesflon or Dytpepsla. Headachc,
Conttipation, Fevers, Malarla and Contaglon, Foter
and Ague, Diarrhcea, Dropsy, Coldi, Rheumatism,
Neuralgla, Gout. Femalo weakness, Urlnary Oit
crdcrt, and all Irrcgularltles ot the Splecn,
Stomach, Oladder and Dowelt.
tnfuti cnly ky Kr.MVA YNK SO X. rbiIJ.lpt:l, H.
ABK-YOUK WtUOQIBT KORTHEM
rrll, tt rii t Unn, 1 1. L; Hill g Adlnw.
KbtTED nr TIIK
W. C. T. XJ.
illrs. Ellznlictli ThompsonV Appuul ln
A plen Torn I'rolilbUiiry CnnRlltiillonnl
My couiitrynicii, lt has bccn thc en
dcavor of my llfe to rellcvc tho inisery
nnd pr.qnioto tho happlness of liuinanity
and I iHtve thc satlsfactlon of knowlng
that tny cll'orts ln Indlvldual cascs have
not becn nltogothpr iu vain. But after
ycars of labor and no Inconsldcrablc
oxpciiditine of lncans, I ain appallcd at
tnu iiitic l iiavc Dccn aiiic to apcoiiipiisli.
Tlie woo nnd sullurlns' of inaiikind spcin
to Incruaso ratlicr tlian to grow less; and
wlilic tho cause oxists, pflorts to ellect a
cure will bc made in vain. Jt Is 1 ke lon
lilng ofl tlio leavcs of atrec that wc wlsli
to destroy : tliey burst forth a new llfe
evcry sprlu"-, nnd we but waste our pn
orgy nnd tlnie. If wo would destroy it,
wo inust lav thc ax to its root. lt inav
r.cqulro agreater cflbrt, lt inay be inorc
uiniuuic lo ncconipiisn, out it ls tlie on
ly .succcssful course to persue. Far be
It from me to discourage Indlvldual be
ncvolencc and thc abundant charities of
heart and purse wliicli adorn and ennoblc
our clvllizatlon, and tbrougli a thousand
channcl.s appeasc thc pangs of liuinani
ty. Let not one throb of syinpatby bo
suppresscd. Glvc abundantly of your
lovc and treasure, whcrevcr niisfoi tune
nnd pain nnd want lift their dcspairing
wail. 1 would plead wlth you, ratlicr, for
ior stuigreatcr sacrilices lor sullcringin
dlvldiials, whocry at your vcry door for
succor. 'iiie niourniiil mu.sic ot sorrows
will not ccasc, and God will not hold
liim L'uiltiless wlio passcs bv on the
other side while a woundpd brother lies
groaning by thc way. My objcct is to
cmpliastzc the nccessity fora radically
difterent svstein of benevolcncc and ac-
tioiij If tlic next gcneration is to bccome
as a wnoie uettcr, liappicr, anu nobler.
Its conditions of life pure and hlgher.
tnan its prciiecessor. i.et us reinove
causes. and conscquenccs will dlsappear.
It would be a niatter of mucli consola
tion, amid tho sorrow whieh lills niv
heart whcn 1 tblnk of thc little that all
my cflbrts have hecu ablc to acconiplish
to stem tho tide of want and pain and
criinc. it i couiu out ot my own expcn-
ence (iircct otiicrs mto tlie riglit cliannel
for thc administration of their rcsour-
ccs and benevolenco. I stand aghast
whcn 1 rellect upon tlie wrctchedncss of
niillions of my fcllow-crcatures in a
country wliicli ought to be thc inodel
lor tne woriu, a uowcr ot civilization
and )oy. The grcat end of law. of taxa
tlon and tho prepctual ptl'ort of the no
blest souls, is to insiire conditions by
wlilch the community iniiy rcallze tlie
higliest idcals of life, of "progrcss, and
civilization of wliicli the liiunan soul is
capable. I ain coiivincpd fiom long
observation and earnet cndcavor to
ellect refonn that ruin and ignorance
are cursing my countryincn and woincn
to their ruin. These molochs are our
household gods. They cat up the soul
and bodies of thc noblest and best of our
national life; they liot in liainlet and
lionic; they 111 1 "tho prisons, load the
gallows, shrellc iu the inaniac's ccll, and
gibbcr iu tlie awful sounds of Idiocy.
lndustry stainrers under their load;
justice ls weary of penalty wlilch never
reiorms aml wliicli scluom protects
crinie lauglis in lier faco. AVell inay it
sneer at tlie blindncss ot the goddesf.
j.cc us reinove tlie banuajre lrom lier
cycs. that slie inay see where to strikc.
Let lier stnltc ruin and igiiorancc, and
hcr coutts will beco'ine cathedrals and
lier piison-liouscs will disapppar from
the face of tlio cartli. You pannot know
how great an elVort it has co.'t me to put
forth this public apiical, but, iuthe llrin
belicf that my life was iutendcd to be
given withoiit rcsprvation to promote
tne sooii ot my tollow-bciiiErs. 1 cannot
I daru not. remain sllent, if any word of
linno uiuicate pcape irom national
datigcr and cahunity. Tlie Amcriean
natioti is threatened wlth dpstruction
through Ignorance and thc ellect of
alcoholie inteniiicranue. Tlic.c caupei
of ruin inust bc rcmoved by the cnact
nient and cnforceineut of national law
Soelety inust conibine and by publlc law
and the inexorablc eiiforcemcnt of its
penalty crush out the evils that curses it
States and sections are not responsible
for. and they ncver wiil protect. tlie
national happlness and life. Of this I
ain sure ; alas, too stire. Thus convinc
cd, 1 have sought for tho eiubodiineut of
my vlews in practical forin. I realie
how indispcnsable to tho hicppss of any
great cause rcqiiliing the united action
of the pcople is tlie fonn.il euunciation
of the reniedial idea into a tangible
nieasure, iu support of whieh publlc
clforts can be concpntrated. I IioIIpvp
that the aniPiidinent purjmsed to thc
national eonstitution lor tlic proiiiut
tion of the inanul'acture, sale, imiioi ta
tion, exportation and transpoitatiou of
alcoliolic llquors in tlic Lnited htates
and the purpose teinporary national aid
to coiniiion spiioois uy .enate Hill .no
151, both now pending inthe t'ongress
of thcnation, well ealeulated to ivniove
thc evll of Inteinperaiice and Ijrnoraneo
I cordiallj approve theni, and earnestly
uisn l couut aiu in procimng tlielr cn
actmcnt or uicasurcs of a like charaptor.
and I shall cndcavor to pnt forth wliat
evcr of cnergy and iullueuce God has
glven me to tlie consumniation of that
If you are a lawyer, I beg of you that
you will give vour tliouglit and ellort to
the eradicatiou of theso twiu causes of
vlce and ciime. You adminlstcr the
law, and you are responslblefor the law
wliicli you auuiuiister. l lie people con
lldc the creationand enforcenipiitof their
iaws, wlilch are their clvil life, to your
nouie proiession. 1 prav you to eonslcl
er your responslblllty. No iiicasure can
bcconip a law wliicli tlic legal professlon
as a unit eoudeiiins. I.istcn to the cry
ot our fiuneriny countrvnien. jicip us
in our dlstress. l)o not betray the trtist
wo have nlaced in your hands. If thost-
nieasuref ire objectlonable, rest not un
til bettei ines are cnacted into nationa
aws. I you are a Rtatesman, if youaro
instructeu iy tlio peoplo witli oineiai
I ii.iv.i 1,1111. tiiiv, i.i.. i.vf,
soleiiinly I doiuand, your attentlon to
tliese great tlilngs wlilch no ior tlie
natiou's peacc. Above all, I appeal to
you, educators, tho teacliers or tlie
peoplo, to .ou wlio traln the cver-rislujr
gcneration, tuat witli your tiupo iiun
dcd thoiiaud volces nnd your liearts ful 1
of love, nnd vour nilnds dUeliilined to
educate, convlnce, and pcrsuade, that
you rest not nelther day nor night untll
puuiio opinlon siiaii respond ln cvery
school dlsrrie of this broad land and
tho ballot of overy voter Is a verdlct for
temperanco and educational rcform.
A1U3. EI.IZAUUTII TIIOMrSON. Jv
siou an l has a Avorld of
mcaninj;. llow much suf
fcring ia sumtncd up in it.
The singular thing about
it is, that pain in the back
is occasioned by so many
things. May be causcd by
kidney diseasc, liver com
plaint, consumption, cold,
nervous debility, &c.
Whatcvcr thc cause, don't
ncglect it. Something is
wrong and nceds prompt
attention. No medicine has
yet bcen discovered that
will so quickly and surely
cure such diseases as
Brown's Iron Bitters, and
it does this by commcncing
at thc foundation, and mak
ing the blood purc and rich.
Lojamport, Ind. Dcc. i, i83o.
For a lon time I hava been a
sufterer from stomach and kldney
diseae. My appetite was very poor
and the vcr)r small amount 1 did cat
disagreed with me, Iwasannoyed
very much from non.retentlon of
urine. I tried many remedies v!th
no success, until I used lirown's
Iron Bitters. Slnce I used that my
stomach does not bother me any.
Myappetiteisslmpty immense. My
kldney trouble is no more, and my
ceneral health is such, that 1 fccl
like a new man. After the use of
lirown's Iron liittersforonemonth.
1 have gaincd twenty pounds in
weight. O. 11. Sakcekt.
Leading physicians and
clergymcn use and recom
mend Brown's Iron Bit
ters. It has cured others
suffering as you are, and it
will cure you.
lYillhir.: ZyiAw Lkchinc:
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Thpy liavo recoived highost Awardsat tho
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held in Kuropo
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Facttiries lncateil at Montreal, CaniJn. and
riattnirjr, Xew York.f
THE WILLIAHS MAHUFACTURING CO.,
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N. H. DOWNS'
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This Taluablo raJlclno Is rurely Vfgetable:
tho discortry ot whlch vaa tlia result of
many ycars' cloes Itudy, In order to discoTer
tho causo, tho Bjmptonu, and tho curo Tlll
Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Catarrh,
Croup, Asthma, Plourisy, Hoarseness,
Influcnia, Cpltting Blesd,BroneUtIs,
and eTery specles of oppresston of tlia Cltrst
and IiUiigi. In all cases kers this Kllilr has
ueeaauiy aumlnlsterea its emcacy bas leo n
Inrariably manlfeiieJ,couTlucIng tho most ln. i2
ls not Incurable, if properly attended to.
Consumption, at its commencement, ls but a
sllght irritation of tbemembranenblchcovrrs J32
tlie Lungjj ihea aa lntiamation, hea tlied.
cougb is moro obserrable, butratherdry;thea sj
becomea local ferer and tho pulso moro fre"2
quent, Ibe cheeks fluhliedoaj chlllsmore com- M
mon, inu tiiiirincunng tno auoro com.
rlaints,operatosBoaatoremoTo all niorbld
rritatloniand lutlamatloa from the
luugatothosurfice, and finally expel tbem
froai thosystem. Itfacitltatesexpectorotion,
It hcals tho ulecratcd surfacos
and rclleve 9 the cough and makrs tho bqnth.
ingaasy, It supportstheetrongtb and at the
samo time rcducea the ferer, Itlsfreefrom
stronKonlate and ostriocent articlea. whlch are
of so drj Ing anature as to belngrettdangerof
uwroj-ing ino raiieni; wnereas ints modlclno
nevor drlcs or slops the cough, but, by remoT
Ingtboeti'sr, grnerally destrojs tho bectio
beforo the coujh U entlrely gone. Ocnse
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full dlrectlons for cure of pulmouary diseases.
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A BtJOK FOI
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3S Ctnlml it.j llostou, Mais,
WINTRY BLASTS BRINQ
Perry Davis' s PainKiller
l'rovide against thc evil cffects of Win
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EVERY GOOD DRUGCIST KEEPS IT.
DR. K. G. WHiTK'S
ll liiiniwnn c'itlfic 1
And otliiT Lmvg Afiei'ii'oni.
Tlie astonUhing eucccs of iu l.u u
the unparallelcd hale, nrf snfii u .1 ic a
its suporiorily ovcr oll other 1 nteu.ei if
Kmu, ior i
Lung and Throat Aliection
Thcre Is no cscuso fcr suffering from
and a thousand other diseases that
owe their origin to a disordered
state of the Stomach and Bowels,
Iana maction ot tlie Uigsstive Or
gans, when the use of
DR. HENRY BAXTER'S
IVill glvo immediato rolidf, and
In a shorttimo ofToot a porma-
Inent CUrO. Aiicr constiiwiion toiiows
iinaiscscion. a innnr.ns of
111. lr '. - . . . , t
I iiiu iMuntjyu, 1 urpiti iivur
ICtntr P J . rl I
jAppotito, Jaundico, Ap-
iopiexy, pai pitations,
Eruptions and Skin Dis
OaSOS. GtC all of wliicli these
I llillcrj wlll e;ic,-,lv un o bt nniuilnitliaruiiM.
!Keep th&Stomah, liou 's, und li.jestlre Oiyam
IngoJ KorUng vrd r. and icrfct't llcnltll
will l.e tho resnlL Larllen and otliors e1-
ajccttoSlck HoadncllOiU flnd rellcf
Ioml permaurut cure t j tho uo of theso r.Itlers
Ccing tniilc anlnillill)- iur;;nttvo they
PURIFY TIIE BLOOD
Iby expeliing all llsrbid Socrctions
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3 For E.1I0 bv all dcalcri Iu mctlii'lna. n.l
I a.ldre- for pamphlet, frw.glTlug full dintluus.
Ilr..ui,JUU!iUjLUi;ulI'rops liurlmstcn, tt.
VIL.L CERTAINLY CURE
Coutrlis. Colds. Ho.irccness, Sorol
Thror.t. Xronchitis, Inlluenza, Astli-
raa, Whoopinj Cougli, Croup, and
cvery Affection of tho Throat.1
Lunrjs r.nd Chest, iacluding Con.
suruption. Cold ly all Drugfjists.
Dangilters, Wives, MotiiBrs L
msn. B. MARCHJS .
A POtlTIVE CURE FOR FEMALE COMPUINTS.
This remedy wlll act lu harmonT wlth the Fe-
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upon the abdomlnal and utcnne muscies, ana re
store tbem to a healthy and stronecondltlon.
Dr. Marchlsl'a Uterino Catholicon will curo fall-
iinn nml Illrantinn nf the Womb. lncldental
!ll HeraorThago or Floodlng, Palnfol, 8upprese4
If .and Irregular Menstrnatlon, Kidney Complaint,
iijlsrre nnens and ls eepcclaur adaplea to ino cnango
iflife. Send for pamphlet tree. Allletteriof
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Old alza I.otl. lie sure and asK ior ur. aiar-
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