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FK1DAY MOHN1NCI, MAY S, 18?il. Tin- Now Yoik WUiicm wains tin: ON IiIih not to strike. It says business houses that would have rented for 20,000 Un years ajju way now In- had for $8,000, Hint oilier tilings arc cheap and hoots and shoes are dear. It makes the threat that matin fielmeis may take their work Into the I'ountry. It Is really very doubtful If the Ciiplns hac much ground to expect a invnianio icsult from a strike. The "salary sled" Is rccclvlitf! bllstciliu: iltlenlloli from a laitfc portion of the picss of the country. In another column we place some lively extracts. What l said hv Hie Montpelicr Fireman ntujlit to settle I he question so far as the Congressman for this dlstilct, .Mr. Willard, Is concerned. Ashe U an editor mid proprietor of Hie juiHT, lis outspoken expuwlons are ciilv alenl to a very emphatic denial of the rumor that he meant to bestow his poitlon of the lKty on Institutions within his dis trict Without exptessinj; any opinion as lo the ivspocllvc meiits of the course pur .uel hy Mr. Morrill, or that of leaving it in the tica-aity (hcyond a mild piefeunce lor Ihe latter,), we give the comments of Mr Wlllard's paper, for the ic.wm that am subject can lie more Intelligently con Kidi'ird when viewed from all sides. un: (lllbvT WKUII S'llllKb'. Thciemust lie oppicssioit, or dicad of oppression, when sixty tlious.md men. wo men ami children can niriee upon a strike. Siill.es nie sometimes made foolishly, and on in-iillleicnt mound, hut Hie s'likc to will li we refer was one In which the coal an 1 iron vvoikers of South Wales saciitlicd wa;:cs to the adliiinidiuf! extent of four mil- milium doll.us, while tliey icccived In sup port from L'nlou societies only :?:00,OI)0. The facts aic that wages aie feai fully low in Kngl.ind, and any icduction, even so slight as the tliie.ilclicd ten per lent., was a sciioits inattcr, The woikmen iiImi (lidded the mowed design of the masters to lueak down the unions, on whose exist ence and the powers of lomliinatiim they nll'ordcd, depended the only hopes of ml'ct.v from futuic icditclions ol wages, On the other hand, the muster justly com plained thill they weie leiiulied to pay as much for poor help as good, and thus no Inducement (ould he held out to secure the highest ik-giie of clllcicncy. Those ale dilllcultics iill'ooling question, of labor and capital in hoth this (oimlry and lliat, and no lemedy for all these Ills seems yet to have Urn proposed. The strike in South Wales wasccnliially umicalily settled. 'i hi: vii:., i:m'.m'i'io:s. The Vienna Hposiiioii building should lie about finished, as work has liecu latter ly progicssing on it under the labors of tun thousand workmen dm in:; the day and four thousand at night. Tin1 goods are not yet all unpacked. They will he when seen thousand more luggage trucks are unload ed. These tue between Vienna and the frontier, niul coUHtiuitly nrilvlng. Nevor tlioU'ss tliu exhibition Is no?,- open, the flrsl day of May being Hie time fixed. It Is Intended to lie tliu greatest exposi tion eer known, and will doubtless fulfil evpeetatlons. If it should surpass that of I!! in I.ondon, and that of IsfiT in l'aiis, we may yet excel the Aie-diaiis by ours at I'iilladclpliia in 187fl. lhese ehibitions bring the peoples of tliew oild closer together, and learn them to think more ol'lhcjidyantagesof coinmu- iiicatlun ftirnishol by the inyeutions and improu'incnts of latter times. The world seems to grow smaller when we can travel nl mill ilso easily, comersu with vnilotts parts in a moment, and occasionally come together in huge intermingling masses, bringing the production, habits, prejudi ces, leelings and languages of the world Into one assembly. TDK IIO.X. .MM IN IIKOOKS. Hon. James Hrooks was born in Port land, Mi1., In 1810. He was placed in a stole in I.ewi-ton, where lie was to remain until the age of SI, and was then to re ceive u hogshead ol New England rum. People of that dry held rum in higher es teem than we do at the present date, and It often llgured in contracts. His employer etivontiially lcleascd him from his obliga tion ami assisted him to obtain an educa tion, putting It into his power to pay his board of one dollar per week at Miinuniiulh, 31c. At the academy in this place ho lilted himself for teaching school. He was cm ployed at I.cwMon at ; 10 per month and board. He subsequently graduated at Wa terville Collegcnnd studied law- He wrote letters for the Portland Aiicertwr, and tic cepted an oiler of an engagement at .500 per year, to write icgularly for that paper. He was then twenty years of age ; took an active part in politics, and soon became a I xtjiiil.il- speaker. At 21 years of age he was elected a member of the Maine Ix-gis-latino. At a little later period In life he went to Fuiopc, and with u knapsack on his back, traveled over Scotland, Inland, Prance, Italy and (lermany, and wiotv let ters to the .Ularther, which excited much attention. After returning home he estab lished the Now York ICrpriM. InlHlOhe stumped Indiana for Harri son. In 1811 he married -Mrs. Mary ltnn. dolph, n widow lady of Richmond, Virgin ia, but Insisted that his wife should email, clp.ite her tluee or four slaves before the marriage ceiemony. This Indicates Unit .Mr. Ilrooks's later course in the civil war w as not dictated by loc of slavery. Ills subsequent caicer Is so well known thai no mention is needed here. Ills visit to Japan about a year ago appears to have injured Ids health, and his Credit Mobllicr trouble probably accelerated his decline. (Corrcsjiouilunco of tlio llolje.) L,i:'ITi:it I'HO.ll IIOSTOIN. ''lie Ilimit'il Iliklrit'l-Soimi i,r llio llningi 'I'lii-ri1!!! Sciircil' ol lliil. Ian Alurlilii Tim IIiiiiiiiic Tunnel ami IIiii LigUliiliiru A lullli-prn-iliiclng Institution, i lc, ir. Uostox, April HO. Ilostou's phti'iilx Is llio genuine nitlele, and not the "bird of fabled nnti(uity " of which wo read In mythological lore, as any one who takes n tramp through the burned district cannot fall to see. It Is truly as tonlshlng to note with what rapidity the woik of rebuilding is being pushed for ward In that locality, and nil the more so when the winter-locked season, which lias hardly yet been broken, and tlio seeming dllatorinosH of the street commlssioneiu are considered. At least one-hnlf of tliu lire swept territory exhibits iievvliulldlngH In process of tonstiuctlou, some having the foundation walls only, while a few nro al ready covered In. On the; corner of Sum. mer and Kingston streets, where the lire begun, an elegant granite building is being erected. Of the first slxty.scvcn building permits granted, moie than thlity of them were for mai Ida structures, a majority of the balance being for Iron fronts. There wns hut a small amount of marble in the dlslrlct nt the time of the lire, but wher ever It came In contact with the llamcs It so icslsted their advance that builders have had their faith In Its pcimancncy wonder fully stiengthened. Not only will there be an Immense change In the architectural nppenrnnce of the new Huston, but the lo cations of some of the different kinds of trade will tend to Impress the visitor with Hie Idea that he hn lost his bearings. Old Peail street was monopolized by the boot, shoe and leather trade, but abeady ten millions of the capital fonneily on that tlioroiighfaie has been piovldcd for In Webster block, now building on Summer and High streets. This Is the site of Dan iel Webster's lloston home. Osuood ft Co., the Atlitntle Monthly publishers, now on Ticinont street, will have a position very near the centicuf the burned district, The publishes of the J'ilol has abeady ended a llvcstoiv building on lloylston street, and, as soon lis It can be llnMicd, will oc cupy it for tliespuhlicatioii of that paper. It is probable that many ol the wholesale meichaiits who have bought and remodelled dwellings on Chauucy, Ksscx and other stieels will lenialn whcic they inc. I am not especially Inclined to feel glad over the tnisfoilunes of others, but I do take a degree of satisfaction 111 whatever tends to promote the development of the icsouiccs of my iwn country, and the scarcity of foicign maible In our 'market will have the effect of Increasing the de- in.uid for the American aiticle. Informa tion lias recently been leeelved In tills city of the loss of a vessel oil' the coast of ller milda, with a cargo of eight bundled tons ol Italian maible on board, and another vessel which Is due hcie now, with tlnee bundled tons, has had to put into Harcclo mi, In a leaky condition. The oflect of these mishaps ahe.idy has been to occasion an advance of about lil'tccn per cent, upon liianufaetmed articles. The subject which has vexed the law makers of the Stale, at the piesent session of the legislatiue, has been the disposition to be made of the Ilooxac tunnel. The big bole lias caused no !llo trouble since its inception, meeting with much opposition on the scoie of the expense to the people, which has not been small, twelve million dollars being invested in that hole; but the animus of the objections uiged against it has undoubtedly spuing Ironi lallroad coiporatloiis, which see, or think they see, a lessening of their cash leccipts in conse quence of its existence ; and now that day light is to be so soon let into and through the mountain, there is a squabble anion: railroad men and railroad theorists, not ex cepting Mr. Crane from among the latter, as to wlio shall own or have control of the tunnel. The railroad committee have held a great many hearings upon the subject, every person who has hud anything to say upon the matter has been patiently listened in, so mai i nave no Hesitation in saying lliat 11 there has been hi existence u plan or an idea that has not been presented to Hie InenibeiB of the i iiiiiinlttcu it Is not their fault. Ah u losidt of their i-(,ni,lcr,i. tlons, they have presented to tliu legMa tine two repoils, the majority one leeom- mending lliat the State icl.iin the tunnel together- w ith so much of the Troy and lirecntielil road as may bu necessary for the purpose ol maintaining the approaches to the tunnel. The committee state their reasons at great length, ami liv (lie tariff lor the use of the tunnel and its approach cs, wmeii mey estimate at eight miles, at eleven per cent, of the gross earnings of tliu entire road from lloslon to Albany, i distance of US!) miles. The minority re poll advises the formation of a State cor- poration for the management or the Troy and (lieenlield railroad and the Iloosac tunnel, ami the leasing of those roads, winch constitute the direct line. While It w admitted that there are many reasons fa vorablo to a Stale road, ll is not at all like ly that the experiment will be tried on so extensive a scale as tliu one mapped out by the minority leport. It should also lie stated that the majority report provides for the consolidation or several lines or road under onu management. People must eat, or at least they think they must, and as the vegetarians' are a small proportion of the great whole, the amount of animal food consumed In this city is something enormous. Great com plaint has long been made that the slaugh ter houses, which are located on the banks of neaily every stream hi tliu vicinity, have had a deleterious inlluenee upon the' health of near-by denlens, as well as upon those at a more remote distance, inasmuch as the water Iroin some or the stie.uns which re ceive the slaughtei-lioiise rcfic-e Is used rr culinary purposes. To do away with this diltlculty lias been a hone or bitter conten tion formany yens, but the construction ol a huge abattoir at Ilrighton uppcars to be tliu key to its solution. It Is probably the most complete establishment or its kind in the world, embracing every device that Ingenuity could Invent. Not anything is allowed to go to waste, all iclusu and offal being converted into something useful he roic leaving the place. It obviates the ne cessity fur a huge number or slaughter houses In different localities, thereby ren deling desirable many hitherto objectiona ble places, and enhancing tliu value of real estate. Tlio number of immigrants arriving at tills port is propoitiouably larger limn ever In-fore, every steamer bringing its full com pleinent. The most 'of them conlinuu their journey to the Western States, u few skilled ai tlsaus stopping In Kasteru cities, where there is always a demand for their labor, nt fair wages. It is gratifying to note that (lie export traduof lloston Is rap. idly incieasing. The returning steamers cany full cargoes, consequently doing moie than a paying business. When the new post-ofllee shall bo com pleted, postal cars from New York and the West are to lie run directly into It. The Ilev, Justin I). Fulton of Ticinont Temple fame no, notoriety Is to becomu a bird of passage, building Ids next nest in Brooklyn. It is well ; let hlni go. Hos ton sheds not a tear. FlIWT I.lqllOU liAW IN MASS-ACIirHK-ITS. The following Is an extract from Josse lyii's account of "Two Voyages to New Kngland years 1(138, 10ia.r' " In lo:)7 theie weie not many houses In the town of lloston. amongst which were two houses or entertainment, called ordinaries, Into which, If n stranger went ho was presently followed by one appointed to that olllce, w ho would thrust himself Into lilsconmanv uninvited, nud If bo culled for more drink than the officer thouuht In Ids iudirnicnt he could soberly liear away ho would present ly countermand It, and appoint tlio propor tlon, beyond which he could not net one drop." tiii: s.in'rxii.-v joi i,i. ,lay Uonld's fn.ee has been slapped In a restaurant. w take nn Interest In Oould because he graduated In Ilutlanil. That K lie occupied u position of trust In n railroad corporation here, nnd when he depnited he took away a hundred thousand dollars, and left the road very poor. As he brought nothing with him when he came he must hnve learned during that experi ence Ids first lessons In the nit of milking railroads. In New York, Tuesday, a lawyer struck him in the face after Interrupting his enjoy mcnt of n plate of oysters. Tliu legal gentleman was exasperated by (lould's icftttnl to fulfil the conditions of a veriial compromise of some wilts growing out of the " Dlaek Friday " scheme. There arc two stories ol Mr. (lould's proceeding nr ter receiving the Indignity. One Is thai he went on .eating his oysters, and the other that he sprang to his feet with ids cane up lifted for defense, Tlio assailant walked out. Mr. Gould put Ids hand to Ids month and found ldood had been drawn. Then the crowd began to expi ess its sym pathy. Folks thronged him with as earn est expressions of commiseration as IT he had been mutilated by a blast, Young men wMied they had been by 'Mhegieat llnancier," that they might have avenged the assault. Hut .Mr. Gould felt ldniscir equal to the task of levenging the Insult offered to the assets of the Kile road. He went to the toniln, wheie the Judge le ceived ldni uueoveied, and with servile ob sequiousness. A wai rant was issued for the an est of Mr. Mairin. The most noticeable thing l the adula. lion paid to Gould. Many people in New Yoik seem to bu dazzled by his sueecss,and to admire his unscnipulousncss becau-e It is associated with brilliant audacity. Such men's examples aie very damaging. They hue to de-tiuctlon imbeciles like Talntor, cashier of the Atlantic bank, of New Yoik City, wlio was arrested last week and lodged In the tombs for speculating away sj 100,000 In funds belonging to the bank and lis customers. m:tti:ii t'lnui .ioii. cai.-s, i;mi. Miiiniiiwourii Ilnt'SK, l Sandy IIii.i., N. Y., April 311, 1873.) l)i:.vu Gi.oiii:: Having so recently taken editorial leave of tliu leaders of the late Courier, penult me to omit the "we," and adopt tlie "I," in hi icily add lesslng some of tin1 same leaders, and many others, through the columns of the (yet ) unborn Gi.oiik; so they may know thai John Cain has neither gone lo F.uropc, nor to "pails unknown." Seeking health, by adv ice of a physician, I am "rusticating." Have been to the sea side at Sandy Hook. Have seen the hi; guns on the foits at tliu "Nariows." Gazed on tlie mighty pieis fur the F.ast ltiver Sus pension llridge. Perambulated tliu beauti ful and chcuitous pathways in Central Pink, and looked on in wonder at the no hie Hudson, rushing onward Ironi snow clad mountains high lo ocean dark and deep, Where "iiu-n koUouii In shins" that stand, Kit tliey can leaeli t lie wlsh'il for l.inil. Solitude has charms, but it is doubtful whether sages ever admired such as Hobin son Crusoe experienced when isolated from "all the worid and the rest of mankind.' There Is a medium between cxticiues and the "hair-way house" between that little deserled sea gilt Islo of the Ocean, and tin busy ever moving ciowded Hroadway lies just on tlie lelt bank of tlio Hudson, three llllles tl-oni 1-orl 1.IIW1III1 lino iuw r.. 1 Cut IuikI, by rail. A branch railroad, mid a branch canal connects Fort l-Mward with tlie thrifty town or Glens Falls, and hair way between lies Sandy Hill, a highly cultivated pine plain, a generous and hos pitable people, and a healthy and retired lesort, congenial to both sick and well. It is in this lovely village I have pitched my tent for a few weeks, as I intended dolnj on leaving home a week ago. The people herciireadictwltonoliadhali its. Tlie morality of thcplacccau he judged from the fact that here are seven churches in a tow n of 3,fi00 Inhabitants, Methodist, Insli and l'lcnch Catholic, Presbyterian, Kpiscopal, llaptist and Advent. To bal mice the scales, there is a good large sized Opera Hall. Here are ten stores, a post olllce, two barber shops and a national bank where shaving is done without razor or brush. There are flvu hotels, incliidin: this, (the "Middluwoith Hoiisu"), a summer boarding establishment witli a beautiful paik of elm and maple tices In front, when robins have already commenced building their nests. 'I he village lias a largo and commodious High School, three livery stables, and of course several insurance of fices and sewing machine depots and agents j and that justice, with mercy, may bu ad ministered to all, here is a new and com modious Court House ; the one in tliu other shire ol ahington County being located at Salem. lint enough of lids! Not being hi the habit of traveling ciicuitous routes to gain a point that cm bu reached by a moie di rect, and, consequently, shorter road ; and, knowing rigid well how insipid me long winded speeches, where nothing is said, and so with lengthy letters that might be improved hy being condensed. I shall close by saying, 'i'lirlco welcome, new- Imrn ltutlnml (Iloiik, Tlie world tliuu iK'ar'st upon thy heart ; Dressed III a main, but new Murk robe, lly Inileiicnttenrt! bu thou led. John Cain. till' Slllrlilc .Muiiln-.Tlic Sniurlnr llii- Koim-rM't Trairiil)".l lii niurkalilc Chapter r Sulrlili-K. Somu two weeks ago, near the village i Trappc, in Talbot county, Maryland, a youth named Tarbutton, in a state or men. tal depression, coolly and deliberately hanged himself to the limb of a small tire In the orchard, the effort even requiring hlni to liend his knees that lie might dan', glu at tliu end of the rope. The affair was the subject of tliu village gossip for a few days, and was then dismissed as im occur rence which had grown old in fiequent repitltious. There giew out of It, however, another ease or biiicldu which no onu would have suspected, and which all would have lie. lleved could hardly have an existence even in the mind iff tlni most visionary. There chimr-cd to bu visiting in the nclghbnihood nt the tinio nu intelligent business man of Ilaltlmore Mr.- Itlchard Sherwood wllli whom tho affair lingered, and upon whose mind all the Incidents In connection with the sad event, possessed a peculiar interest. Hu was visiting for Ids health, and seemed depressed when tho painful nuws was broken to him. He Insisted upon a return to the city as soon as the funeral of tliu boy was over, but heroin tliu day camu ror his departure hu was found dead In his liUIIII linil.rl.... I.. .1... ...-.., ..,.,,, , ,,, m-iqios, under elr cuinstauces as nearly nllku to those which young rarbutton met bis death ns It was imsslblc to miikn them. Here, Indeed, is a icmaikablo chapter on suicides, all relating tho onu to tliu other. Jrirst camu thu Somerset tragedy, In which a .schoolboy shot his sweetheart and then tluew himself under a flying train of cars because or iinreqiiltcn love. Then the young man Tarbutlon, wlio delighted to dwell upon tho affair In thought, although separated from tho scene of tlie tragedy by ' many miles of territory, next hangs Film self, in a fit or melancholy, whllo thu third, IHJ illJlLANJ) mUjY CiLOHH, ov ci come with the emotions which grew out iff the circumstances connected with the death iff Ihe second, put an end to his Iffe, nnd llins completed a tragedy which Is unparalleled and harrowing In Iheexlieme. I'he moralist may pause and consider, lor there is rood for lcllectlon here. l'min llio Cleveland Mnlnilcaler. Tim Sal Hi) Sclv.in-e. ni:vv vii:vv or tiii: s.u.auv sti: i.. The Increase salary from !f,000 to 7,fi()0 Imposes a perpetual annual charge on the treasury and the people of SWlO.OOl). This is exactly live per cent, on ijjlH.OOO,. 000, which Is the inle at which tlie tieasurv Is now borrowing money. The effect o'f the Increase of the salaries Is precisely (hat, therefoie, which would have been pro duced if Congress had issued bonds for 18.000.000, sold them, and stolen the pro ceeds, and left the people to pay thu inter est on them. It would have been cheaper for the treasiuy and the people, In the end, If the rascals had voted themselves a plump sum iff iJWI.OOO apiece, and gone home with the plunder. This would have taken only n Utile over 1(1,000,(10(1 out iff the treasury, instead of -1H,000,000. as the thing now stands. trroin the Miintvllrr freeman.! siiAi.i. vr.nMoxT m-.covii: a ukikivku or sun hn (loom? We hope sincerely that, as soon as the next Legislature of our Stale shall meet, it bill will be passed directing the state treas. urer to leturn the four thousand and odd dollars of the salary grab turned over to htm by Hon. Justin S. Motiill. We be lieve that will be done. If the sum is ac (cptcd and placed witli Ihe funds of the Statu, every citizen is made a sharer, trill lit, mil ir. In the coolest and most auda cious theft of the age. Senator Morrill Is a man of too clean'n conscience to take Ihe benellt of the plunder to himself, and we havo no doubt lie will lind his constituents at least as honest, and that they will refuse to lake what they can gel iff the steal. There are sevcial people in tlie State of Vermont wlio don't want anything to do with this business, wlio are lit "no mood to compromise with the men who originated and executed this scheme, or lo compound their (just as good us) felony. They know they have been robbed, and'wlll seek their remedy In some other way than by dicker ing to get back into tlicir pockets a few cents of the sunt taken. Not only our on n citizen, but those, of the whole l'nlou as well, are llioioininly in earnest in their condemnation of tlie action of the happily defunct fotty-M-cond Congress. They me not so anxious to get their money back ns to give the men who voted it meet punish incut for so dolus, and to prevent that sort of thing in the futuic. They cannot, of course, carry out com pletely, and without exception or omission, both ji.u Is of so large it progaumie, but it will be round lliat moiuwlll be done in that line than many scent to expect. Whenever there is it ciiance it will he seen that the old rule of " wherever you see a head, lilt it," will be carried out towards those who were gnllly in this matter. This will wink up some little punishment of these men, and be u wholesome winning lor otheis. To have an effectual preventive lor such occuriences in tlie lilliue is ol more value than, If not as pioditctivc of, as much satis faction as tlie ability to settle this old ac count. And tlieie can be no security so long ns our best men are unable to see money lying within their reach, without gelling tlicir lingers upon it and handling it for some purpose or other. Is it tills playing with lire Unit those interested in tlie safely of our governmental cdilice de mand should be stopped? We tnist thai It will be the aim of few legislators, here after, to find whcic the limit of moiiey niaking ends, and wheru the crime of bribery begins. For lids endeavor lieteto foro has had this result, and the domain of bribery is becoming wonderfully circum scribed, and that of moiiey-inak'ing" cor icspondingly enlarged. What tlie icpiescnlcd must and will de. maud of their icprcscntatlvcs is, that wher ever then1 cMs n question as to the pro priety of receiving money or other valua bles, honesty shall be given tlie benellt Of ftuM,.. 'lilnDis'iTiiii'WiiiCsiu.v on theie is no secntily for impartial action on the part of Hum1 to whom our iutcicsts are intnislcd. We have had enough of " justifiable" iceeiv lug of stock, of retain ers, ff counsel fees, of money that is legal ly but not rightfully the prnpcity of 'the recipient. We have had enough, too, iff placing money " wlieie it will do the most good." If n man has any money of his own that he wants to bu generous with, well and good t but If he knows of some he can lay his hands on, but which he does not think is clean enough for his pocket, why can't he let it alone, and not putter ami play with it. Mar llclii-i-t-ii llii, Iliiii-Ii mill AK-lii. IH'Sl', The trouble between the ltiissian Gov ernment and the Khan i Khiva is not the only conlest impending hi the Fast, From a point still further Fast, Intelligence reaches us ol' differences between the Dutch Fast Indian Government and the Sultan iff Atcliin, which uic to he settled by force of arms. The formation of the general render upon these distinct points is misty and vague, and from lack of news an hnpics. sion is conveyed that tlie inhabitants of those regions live in neace and ouict. their slothful case being disturbed only by bites and stings and other dlscomfoits of hot countries. It is we who have trouble with Captain Jacks and Modoeks, guerilla war fare between races, and other cnliveniii" episodes of domestic history. The levers'o Is probably the case; the 'news maiket Is limited hi extent, and without the area . . , llOL til. I woii.cu iiy journalists t,e uoniain is per. haps far moie fertile in the production of news items of the most sensational and de. I ll.rlitfolli' l-,ii,t c,.i Ti... ..!.i, liglitftlllv horiiblo sort. Tlio seini-b.iilin rous States ai c always fretting and fuming mining lllllllscnes, ami lllIlTliailOlltll poll- tics boil continually like a witch's cauldron, with "double, double, toil and trouble." Thu Kinnlre of Afchln. which Is 1WI1 till. scat iff war, Is in the northern portion or mi, jsi.um in omnium, me southern por. Hon being occupied by the Dutch Fast In- um win many, tn isip i;ngiaiul made n ircai tyxvith Atchln. bv which tt olitnl,,,.,! tho light to establish a factory lliinn ttin isiainC hitbsciiuently the Dutch obtained a foothold, and In 1HJJ1 made a tteaty with Fngland, who excreted a sort of prolcct orato over thu island by virtue of priority of folonljitlon, hy which thev obtained a greater poition of territory, 'hut pledged themselves not to violate the independency ol Alchiu. , In 1H10 they occupied a small ncighboriii1' Stale called Siughel, and the Lllglish residents of Slninnuin, i'n,,,l il..,l ofUiNitsa violation of thu tteaty. An- oilier ticaiy was tliere'oio nun c, utile. was not ratlllcd until l i it i-i ii- in , l.ti.t, In rctuiii sor somu concessions, thu Dutch again ; defined their iclutions with Atcliin, and disclaimed Inteifeicnce with the gov ernment of that Slide. .Meanwhile the At Chinese havo been very iinncigliboiiy, steal ing and pilfering goods, committing rob bernes of all kinds, and even kidnapping people, selling tliciu ror blavcs. Tlie trou bles lesllltcd In a declaration of war. nnd on the ".Olh of .Mutch a force of -1.0(1(1 In. fantry, aitillerv nnd cmilrv. bessileu 2.W o l eers and 1,000 Coolies, stalled for At cliin, under thu command of (icncrid Koeh Icr. What will hu thu result of the tre incndotis conlest our Information Is not sulllclciitly full to allow thu expiessloii of any opinion. In thu Dutch Pniliamcnt a member iff tho opposition denounced tlio Homo (!ov eminent ror Its action, and said that the war would bo the last blow In Dutch authoiitv In the Fast, as them ns not a siilllclent number of soldi, l-s nor (.111- llclcnt ships to bring thu expedition t" successful end. Tho Foreign .Minister re ined that the honor of thu Dutch Hag in'lft ms maintained, which wo uiesnmn m. its that the chastisement iff sundry Atchliiio Is necessary hi otder to preserve thu tllgdU riu tne iiuicti liovcrntncm. Aleanwupe lullussinit forces, under (Icneral Ka4f- liian, hid advancing on Kldva, and 1'e tvngllsh journals ntu dcclalmhiL' on Ihe ne cessity of Interfering hi the matter, Ho-fin and Lnglnud being now like two rats, if'i by assiduous boring Into tho Central Afa cheese, hiivu burrowed very closely tiolio another, and are itlrald that u few if o scrapings may bring them lido conlilt- KJMIUY DOWNING, MAY At the same lime the Hilllsli Indian Gov eminent views the licqulsltions or the Duleh Willi uneasiness, and the necessity of litter ing Is discussed. Thus ft Is lliat the next day, the lieM hour, may be heard upon the gales the sound of war, not from flic lava beds iff Oregon, where an Inglorious con test Is waged wllh dlity, root-giubhlng, snake-fating Indians, but "Whcic the gor geous Fast, with richest hand, showers on her kings baibaiic pcatl and gold," which place Ihe discerning reader will easily un derstand is much moie desirable for the lucrative pursuit (r the trade or war. I'llli-. ol Clllili- llsnlrlies. The London Ihiilj A'om makes tlie At lantic disaster the occasion lor polnllng out Ihe unreasonable rates which lire de manded ror cable despatches. The policy or tlie cat ile companies lias been to make their inonev by high charges and a limited business, instead iff increasing tlicir fnelM lies, charging lower rates, mid doing u gieater amount of wink. The hardships nt this policy which the people feel weie Illustrated pointedly In the case of the Kng lisli relatives and friends of those w ho were passenger! on the steamer Atlantic. The news of the disaster had come, and hun diedof poor people had gathered around the steamship olllce awaiting details nnd names. Hut Very few could nffoid the lux ury of a cable despatch on their own ac count. The tariff from Fugland is four shillings (nearly ijl In gold) per word, nnd every word In the address and signature is onptcd. The Usefulness iff llii1 cable is theieby limited to the few. In answer to th.i plea that the cable company has it pri vate business which ll may legitime as ll pleases, the W,y A'rir recalls the fact tliat Hie laying of tlie cable was i clebraled as a national event, that It was promoted as nn enterprise calculated to unite two great nations in closer friendship, and that p.tlil-otl-in on both sides Hie Atlantic was up pealed to in the woik iff enlisting capital and co-operation. It is held, on this no count, that the cable companies owe mote consideration to the public than they give. MlllgUll-N Willi !'l !!(!. Dead on the thteshold of success might very well have been the epitaph on the living burial of two members of a London law firm who have recently dropped out of life. One of them died o'f actual starva tion, and the pathclic account of the desti tulloit and ini-ery of his life appeared in tlie London Timm, and was told soitnpies slvely that it attracted much attention. A slant time afterward hfs pattner was nr. tested for stealing a book front the law library of the Inner Temple, and selling it for ten shillings. The proof was clear and hu was convicted. Hcfoic lccciving sentence he said i " 1 have gone for weeks and months without a dinner, living upon hi end and tea. I have sold the coat from my back, the shit t front my body to sup ply daily wants: but I have never been charged with dishonesty. I have woiked hard on the shelves of the Inner Temple Libraiy. There are books there of which I am the author. I have done all that mortal ni.ui could do lo obtain an honest and honorable livelihood." He closed his story by begging the Com t to punish him to the extent of tlie law, hoping "to find befote liN imprisonment should end, inn felon's grave the tepose he had vainlv soilght hi the pursuits of.life." The Judge imposed (Ji him the lightest penalty of the law six months' Imprisonment, ilis fate is but another incident to prove that the ical pool-arc not the vulgar mass who beg l'lom (loot- to door nnd at tho street coi ners, but the men who eat their hearts away in vain cffoils of striving for the I'oothol'd in Hi.1 worid to which their aspirations and Hi -it- abilities should entitle them to. BOOK WANTED yj.B. BURR & HYDE, '.ill nit,,o,nns f Hartford, A(ii:.NTS v.nti:i for the j ITNXY SIDF OF PHYSIC. I SO.) l'.Ul:S, 8M i:.V(lltAVIN(IS. I A stnrtltnjf expose ot Medical Iliiiiilm.;s of the last mid present. It ventilates iiitarks, IninoK iirs, Tr.tivllng Dix-tors, Patent. .Mcilk-lne Ven- i'-is, .much i-einaie i-neais, roriiuie Tellers liul .vteiuiims, mid gives liilerpsting nccoiiiils ir j.neo rii.vsiciiins nun narratives or men- lives, ll reveals startling secrets, and Instincts alt turn- In avoid Ihe Ills which llcsli Is heir lo. V u dve exclusive territory and liberal coiiiiiils. nous, rnr circulars niul terms aildress Hip piinusiicis, .1. ii. ill icit ,v HVlii:, 1 Hartford, Culm., or Chicago, HI. AfiKXTS WANTKII ' for I lie Gil EAT INDl'STKIHS or tiii: uxitkii status. Twelve hundred patres and Mio eiitrrnv Incs, im,iii,-ii in i.imiisu .tun ,ciiii;iu. iiiien nv twciitv eminent authors, liicliuilng .Inlm i'l (iough, linn, l.crui disc, Kdward llimhind, itcy. 1 r.rii,... I!.-..,.,,.,- M ft !.... I I..J. ..... ..... i.. j .ii .ut, in ii.iii, ruin i m ili-j, .vincil Ollsll.tnc 'I'l. 1 ,i f.t- l'.i' I,,.,., t. ..V nt, l ... v-i.iiii.il ,i - IU-.IUI j in un UI.IIILIICH ui uiuiisir,, iiiui-i'.ssc.s oi iii.iiiiiini-iiue, etc., in all nccs. it fs n cfininleto enevelnm ill.-i i,r uriw and manufactures, mid is tho most enterlaln lug anil valuable work of Information on suli Jects of gcmr.ll Interest ever offered In tlio public. W e give our agents llio exclusive right' of territory, one of our agents sold m conies 111 eight d, cys, another sold mss copies In Iwn week, (mrngcni in Hartford s. week, specimens ot tlunvork sei mi receipt of st amp. rnr circulars soul ilVl 111 .OIIO sent in agents eccipt of stamp. I'm-circulars and teniis in agciiisa.iiiiessthe puuusiiers, .1. it. ni'ltlt .v. HVlii:. iiauroru, conn., or cnicago, in. AHKXTS WAXTUl) for the UNC1YIL1ZF.D HACKS OF -MKN IX AM. COt'XTHIKS Of Till: U'Olt Ml. llclnga cnninrcliciislve account of their man ncrs mid customs, ami of tlicir phslcal, social, iiiciiini, moral aim ri-iigious ciiar.icicrisui-H. Ill- IlKV. J. (I. Woon, M. A 1". I., S. I'lve hundred engravings, i,M)o super Kojul uciavu pages, in two volumes, nr two volumes In one. AL'ent.s are making overlUM) net-week lu sell. lug this woik. An early application w ill secure ll choice of tctilloiy. Fur terms address tho publishers, J. II. limit .t IIVlll-:, flAUTI-'Olll), CII.N'X,, Oil ClllCA(K), I I.I. myl vvlm xrill'ltALlilA. Sometimes, instead of 1 attacking suddenly, It commences with n slight neat or sense ot iiciiiug, or uumoness, which augments In bcverlly morn or less rapid ly, 'llio p.dii Ineivascs from t Unit lo time, until voiirncnesscciu to snap and crack, jctk and Jump, an. i puij ioi si,ii- in piiiuivs, ironi mi opia) our head In the tips of Join- toes, (lie demon shooting fort li like lightning along one uiifoitiuiiilo nerve, and now trjlng to lie un otlter lulu a thousand knots, then nt templing to make a novisirnigoi iiiioincr, bomi'iiuies in uio region of tho heal I, agulu In tlio face, head, neck, etc. I'so tir. .1. llilggs1 Atleviuitor, and In a ttlccjouriii'iiralgln, with nit Ills demons, wjll he gone, and once ngatn joti may bo hapiiy. llilggs1 lti-medles sold by I1. I'cnii A Co. ami others, and iliugglstsgciierallj. liHONCIUTIS Is a dry Inllainination I) of tho membrane of tlio bronchia, which ciuiscH a constant ileslro to expectorate, hut with nil llu elloils hi scraping, coughing or sneezing there Is tin mucus lo be raised, and tho illlllciiliy Increasing until It bis-ouiosihriiii. to: sears of sullerlng and ileum mny lesult from lids neglect. I'so llilggs1 Throat and l.ung Healer, llilggs1 Ilcmedlcs sold by C. jxml.s nnd others. "10IIN8 Are as useless to thu commit- I I ..111. nu ,.,I...Mnr-liL In., i.l.l ,.,..1.1 ............ loiirerH III l.-ll-iro Cities or lllslioncst nnltflclnlis no iiinro of a in miry Hum cpsnm sails or castor nil. llilggs1 Corn and lliudoii lteniedlcs, Alle viator mid Curative, eriiillcales corns, liiuduiis, ami cures Ingrowing nails. Ac. llilggs1 Heme. dies sold by Tiilgu A: Crooks, (leo. i:, (liuves and outers. JIM'S-Are u common affection, there JI liclng 1ml few persons who nro not Irottliled nltli 1 1 ii -in ntbomo period of their life. Tlio dis ease exists In small minors in the rectum, or nboitl tho nuns, which nro divided Into Ill's!, tliosu which nro onpig to a distended staloof tlio veins of llio p.lll. Nothing eiinils llilggs1 rile lli'inedlcs for their care. Hi Iggs1 Iteinedlos sold by 1'. A. .Morse, West Holland, A, b. Kel logg, castlclon, and dealers neneritlly, riOHNS. Hunlons. Had Nails. A-c. sklll- VJ tally Healed hy Dr. . I. llilggs ft Co., at Hie great Central Healing Instil ute, No. list llro.ul- way, now voik. uiyiwuinv IJ WANTED a HW- raj.B. BURR & HYDE, - VrT, 2, IH7U. I 'os I (llllce. .MAILS CI,()M:, Harlem Hxleiision wnj, s.tr, n. in., and loo p. in. Hasteiii wnv, tl.ioa. in. Tiny wnj, li.l.i p. in. Troy, IK. ii; p. in., 'i.in p. nt., niul Io.ihi p. m. Allunj, 12.10 p. in., . in p. in., nnd ln.nn li. in, lloslon, 11. in u. m mill Iii.imi p. m, caiindas, t.tr, p. m. Not I hern way, tt.nn p. m. Iliiillnglnn, V!.(ki p. m. nud io.ih i-i. m, S.irnlogn wnj, 2.1.) p. m. New otk-, a. u p. in. mid ln.nin. m. ConiK cllciil llher wnj, Iii.ihi p. m. VViHiitsloi-k tvnv, (Hinge) l.lm p. in, Chlllcmlcii, ('I iiesilnysiuid S.iIiii.I.ijh) n ml p m. MAILS Alllliva Hal tern i:lenslou wav, Iii.ihi p. m, Hnstern way. 'tn p. in, Troy way, it, p. to. Tr-m, I. to n. in., ll.isn. In. mid I.M p. m. Albany, tl.i.'i n. in., j.r.t ami ti.m p. m. lloslon, l.Wn. m. mid 2.211 p, m. Camillas, 12.10 a. in. Xorlhern wnj, ll.Mn, in. Iliullnslon, 12.1a mid i.ti2n. in. s.iraloga Wai, II. 1.-, a. m, New Vim k, 1 1, if, n. m, and jf, p. ln. oiinecllciil unci- nv s.ir, p. , . Woodstock wav, (stage) tt.r.'ia. m, ihllteiiilcii, ('l'iiesda.vMiiiiliSaliiid.iyR)lii..tiin.in. n,?..Ti i.'.'.'.'J '"' I'l'-mpt I.V closed id the sped Iced hour : nil icticis, deposited Un. si reel bovcswlll he eo eel ed at s.::, ml in,, , M!ari,r.ii::,wi,,Mio,,,,,,i,,p,,;i'M,i,'n' Unios ami rtlrtlirlncjs. SPFC I A L NO TICK. Dli. S. V. SMYTH. ACIMST AND OCI I.IST, Ibis, nl the iii-jrciil solicitation of patrons and frletnls, intnlillnheil n peimmicnl lirunoh onice In ncTLiN-n, Vt nnd may be (.instilled dall.v, (except 1'rlilavs.) nl Ihe HAHDWni.i. itorsi:, till nil illsilises of Ihe KYI'., I'.Al.1, N()S TIII!(iTniiil LI NUS, ami nil chronic diseases lenillttg lo (lenernl or Nervous liclillily. IMtlllT IIIIV. KiCIS Hi.llol'.snillAXIi, catholic r.Hitnp nr v kiiviost, Attests In the following statement tolhesklllof 1)11. S. V. S.MYTII. Ht iii.isdTov, vi .Ian. 'a, istt To the Pi'in.ic : I have no ll.'Sllalloll In recoluluelnllllg Dr. Sin) Hi alter seeing ltlm x i roi ni 11 veil skillful npcmllini on the 1 .ir or Ilev. P., I. (rcarroll, who was thereli) IhsI.iiiI.iih'oii.v cured of dearuess of long standing, mildly Lilt 11 Di-(l()i:.sli:iANI). LISKIIT V. 1IKK1INS, Al'OTIILCAHV, m 1:1:1 iian'is1 Dow, indi:i: maths norsi: (UTcrsloi union full stock or minis, .MHDICI.NIIS.AXD CUHMICALS, TUB flSKST list: Of I" A X C V A X D T O I I, II T (1 0 0 D S To lie round III iin.v Drug More In Vermont coinpilslng CI.OTIl, IIAIK, 1 1 AT, TOOTH. . . AND , vii. 111:1 siu:s, covins, ac. D.iin.idi-iniid ILilrOds-Cosinclliiuesniul Toll, I I'.o.dem, ,Ve., ,C, Ac. I '" 1 r nod .1 l.inte slocl; or Trnvellmr .mil I I I V. ',, I, , f,' ... ... tl ll.,rl 1, , W lilch Hi- niier Low rot- ca'h. (Mil .iml exnmlne our stock ol I'lsllINd TACKI.i:, Wlilrh we will gii.n-.nitee Is the largest and llnesi In Ihe stale. Now Is Ihe IJme lo pilichiiKe. mn vne km: tuv HtiKIINS-M PHljloi: ctiLiKINi: vy.VIIII!.1 IT IS TlIK IUT. A. W. II I (1 (i I NS, 11 Merchants' How-, .... isiTLAXD, Vr, may 1. 1KAD! ISKADI ! SOMKTHNO i' vvoiniivdi-viit't! .vrniNTloN. ICKNDALL'S PI-CTOltAL P.ALSA.M, The ironi Throat unit Lung Medicine, will SIOl- THAT COl'dll, (THi: THAT COLD, or cure any disease of the THHOAT AND LLN(!S. Ost.y micknts lou I.unii: itnrri.M. To-It. S.ild by all dealers In inodlclne. rilAXCIS l'HXN A- CO., l'lioi'iummi.s, Hi'Ti..vNii, vt. flMtlFD ANDTIiUF, OI! D,.. ALLK.VS 1 Cholera, Cholera .Mm tins, Dlanhca and Diseiilci Sl 1 up, Is the only remedy that was never know 11 to tall as 11 sale unit speedy euro tor the various ronns nr Muumer coniiilalnt. Trj It. O11I.V 2.1 cents per home. Sold by nil niANcis ri:xx a co Plllll-IIICTOIIS, ltlTl.lNIl, Vt. lO.MPOl'NI) FXTltACT OF HAHKs KJ AND Itoors rot- making licer. This Is Jiustwlnit jour system needs at this season of Hie leaf, and will tiuike a hcverago that will ho .... , J,,..,' i 1 v.. i-v.:, '.., 'y W 1. ,,:,, iVe,.. ' """, 'en lf.il' KltANCIS FlIXN ,v CO., Proprietors, IIutmmi, Vt. l('lv it WASlIIIUILN-s FI.OWKK r.,-i-iis iil niANcis rnxx a cirs, Xo.Di, center Street, Itullaiul, VI, (IIIILDKKXS1 CAKIIIAOFS, HOYS' Diuiip Carls, Waglfons mid Wln'eii, ,, ,.. I'. l'HXN .v. CO1. 'FT SFTS. A I.I. K'lvivs: ivn ileesut 1'. I'HNN A CO S. ll',"".l:,!,.nA.SK "W'ULATIONS and 1 V root Halls nl layaldAvv 1". l'UXX V CD'S, RC.LKU-.S, Dealer In DIII'OS, MIIDICINILS, CHHVIIC.M.S, TOILHT AKTICLHS, 1'ANCV (IOODS, UVDIO' IIANKiri'S, AHTISTS1 JIATHIIIAL, I 'A 1 NTH, OIL, I'AINTI'.IIS1 IIDHI1, WINDOW (lkSS, PUTTY, .U' ,Ve. pinii: D it u us, A tnl tl..i l.nol l.wIj I II... 11 . ...v .nrti, KVM"I HI (ll IIIIU IIIH IIKIrKt'l nnuiiN mn my hptriiiHH-.s. Vriuw UMSiuiaMp, In ronslilfi :U luu it (ju.Uliy. coini!...!.1,!. ' ,l,,J NO. 2 JIHIICIIANTS1 HOW, Itl'TLAXD. lllJIlllH ihbuvancr, j.j 1: t 1: A L L I P K (II- N KV Y o I! K Till! I.Mfdiwr ami v 1 VITIMI sf INsri(ANCi:C(iMPAN in nu- 1N111 n 1 mi ASSHTS (IV HI! IXCOMi:. I-V2 Cllll.llllll ism 111 ,li'.,IKio C. II (II!A(1KI!, A(i-.xr. OpiiosllP Depot .Mnjlill li'lTLAND, VT. ItJl'ITAHLi: LIFK ASSl'HANCF All sorlHTV or Tin: cntld staths. ASSKTS, 1NCO.MI1, jsn.oon.ooo M.r,oo,ooo Nl'.W Ilt'SINlNs in is;-.., ii,-i1.!Ml,(IT!l. i:cecillngilnii of any oilier Company Hi Ihe World h.v 1 (I . tl T U . !MI -1 . The foil, living Hoard of onicers lias liecni.r gcnled tor the piiriKise of t-lilng ih:tti:i: piioti:ction, II.. Ill to tliesociet.v mid Pollc.v llohlei-s TIIAX ANY OTIIIlli (OVIl'ANV linPHi: SHNTHI) IN VHItVIONT. nils t..vi.(ir. ami srrcr.ssiTt, cuvipanv Is now-placed In neailj tho smnorcl.illoii In llio people 111 1 Ids v Iclnlll as thai ol a Union C0111-p.1111-. . LOCAL ADVIMIHV I'.OAHD Of DIHHCTOIIS. .1. N. HixTiai, I'lti-iiKiticK C11 u 1 re, N. I1. SIMONS, .1. A. .Mi:vi, .VI, I)., (UKsnit KiMtsi.r.v, VV. 0. vuvnv, .1. M. ItlVKV, (Do. I.'. liiiiri'M, I1, I.. SIlMsllS, .1. W. CIUMIOS, .1. A. SUM IIO'I, N. I.. IHVIS. MASON tc VAFOIIN, (iKNKI.'VI. AllUNTS, HI rl.VM', V'T, 1,1:0 bl.VU lu r NSl.'HANCi:. liL'lIMIAM .V Ti'.MI'l.i:. Wo nro Agents for the lollnivlier l'lie Insurance Comp.iiiles. Ilrsl class Aetna Inn. ei l.il Vssets, .i,ini,iihi S,I(HI,IHHI Dome, X, V., " i,.mii,(nki lloyal " tii,iHi,ii Hartford " v.'J.'ji.imsi Iiisiiraneo of Xo. America, 1'hll.i. " :i,2.vi,imki I'rankll " .1,liKi,mi l'heiilv, X. Y " 2,iio,(hio I'liienlv, llarlford, 11 1,11.10,00,1 Sprlngllehl " l,ooa,nnd Xallonat, lliirtford " nwi,oii These are Ihe best know n or nil the eoinpanlos rciresenlcd In Itullaiul, and since we have repiosenled Iheni they hurt jMthtviorevumtf lo llio elllcns of Itutlaiid nnd VIclulLv than nil ntlu'r cmitjHinleii i-omliitwil. This lecord iroes their stability audllielr wlllliigueiis lo pay nil ptopvr claims. Wo cotilldcutlv eMiect n contlnu.ince or tho liberal patronage which theso eoiiip.iules have always teeelved. Wo also represent the Travelers Lire and Ae. chleiit Insurance Conipany. We give a boiler mid ihoaper pjlioj than any other I.Ho coin p.iiiy. . Call and see. liritXHAM A- THMPLH. Onice, Opera House, liutl.iiid, Vt, mayldly HAltltY W. XVH'S GKXIHiAL 1NSFHANCK AOF.XCY, Xo. 4, Merchants1 How, Hcti-vxii, Vt. (IHXr.IIAL AOT .l'.TNA LUX lNSt'ltANCH CO. l-'lio Insurance In l-'irst Class Companies. maildtr ci:.vr..i it i,i.m.iii:.'i'. There Is no pain which the Centaur Liniment will not relievo, no swellings It win not subdue, and 110 lameness w hlcli tt w III not cure, This is strong language, but It U true. Where tho parts nro not gone, ItsclTcctsureiaarveloiis. It lias produced more euros of rheumatism, neuralgia, lock-Jaw, palsy, sprains, swellings, caked bioasts, scalds, burns, satt-rheimi, ear-ache, Ac, upon tho human frame, and of stratus, spavin, galls, Ac, upon animals In one) ear than havo all other pretended remedies since the world began. It h a counter-Irritant, nu all-lieallng p.dii reliever. Cripples throw- away their rutchiw, tlio lame walk, poisonous bites are rendered harmless and tho wounded nro healed without 11 scar. 11 Is no humbug. Tho rerelro Is published around each bottre. It Is selling as no urllrlo ever before, sold, and It sells be cause It does Just what It pretends to do. Thoso w ho pow surfer from ilieiiiiiallsiii.pala or swell, lug deserve to buffer If they will not ilso Cell- ntu-Lliiliaeiit, More than 1,000 certltlcates of retnarknulo cures, Including frozen limbs, chronic 1 heiiinatlsni, gout, running tumors, Ac. havo been received. Wo will send a circular conlaluliigceilliicntes, tho recelpe, Ae., gratis to any 0110 requesting It. 0110 Imttlo of the )clluw wrapper Centaur Liniment Is worth 11110 hundred dollars for spin Itied or sw eenled horses and mules, or for scrmv-vvnria lu sheep, stock owners Hits liniment la won li jour attention. No family should bo without Centaur Liniment, , 11. itosie & CO., xew Y01 k. mailw ivv. Ciislorlu Is more than a substitute for Cas. tor oil. It Is the only .ii. article ln existence which Is ceilalu tu nsslinlhito Ihe rood, recuiitn Hid Imwvc1s,ciu o wind eollo and produce natural sleep. It contains neither Minerals, moiphlno or alcohol, and Is pleasant to take. Children need not cry, and niolliera may rest, ivvlvv. ilnsuranrf. jl1 II A N ( 1 S ( O S F 1 li I: INSUIIANCK A(iHN(!V, lll'TLAND. VT. ASSKTS, - s(i,on(i,oo(i 00 Hcprosontliu,' iirteen or ihe Largest nnd Slmngcst conip.itiles In the t'nlted Males nnd IhiKlatiil. (IHNHIIAI. AdhNCV I'OII j:it.VIOXT LYCO.MINd FIIiK IN'Sl'KANCK CO. OI1 I'KNXSVI.VAXIA. ASSKTS, jii,::o(i,iwo do Have Issued jwdlcli-s tor TlllltTV-Tlllli:i: i: Vl.'S, nnd paid over tl,i-.'i,sn.no tor losses. I, A It (I i: S T ML'l'l'AL FIHP. INSl'liANCK CO. IN Till: WOULD. 1NCOMK LAST YKAH, 1,0!H),ir,:3 Oli Policies on tho CASH Oli M t'Tl'AL PI.AX, As desired. iiiiAxcii omen I'llli 1IHTI.AX1) AXDADDISOXCOl'XTIKS oir mi FAHMKItS' .MUTUAL FIIiK INS. CO. or xioxTPHi.ir.H, ASSHTS, j I ,ii),i i mi Till: MIST COMPANY IN Till: STATU 1'Olt FAHMHHS. tf Insures nolhtnt; but detnehed dwellings, barns and contents. Hy Hits plan, KA1I.M Hits' only juj for losses on r.U(.W I'llOrnnTW No hazardous prop, city Insured by this company.