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1 NATIONAL OPINION, .BRADFORD, VERMONT FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1874.
Rational (Opinion. BEN: P. STANTON, . BIllTOR AND I'UIII.UIIRR. TKUMIi OF HUHHUUIlTIONl Uue copy on your ? . 1.00 If paid atrictly In advance, . 1.M BRADFORD, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1974. The Debt Statement. It to very grntlfyiiift Bays the Journal, to find tliut, in spite of all tlmt lias been said about the disastrous cf fects of tlio panic mill the4bnd pros pect abend of tbo national finances, by tbo last public debt statement it p- appears tbat tbe reduction during April amounts to.$2,0C5,00b. Itbns well been asked, iu view of those figures, where is the necessity of increasing taxation in order to put our finances upou u good footing and prepare tbo way for a resump tion of specie payments f A still farther cutting down of expendi tures and other measures by Con egress responsive to tbe economical efforts of tbe Administration, would seem to be all tbat is needed by the exigency. It should not bo forgot ten that although the revenues ol tbe Government have been consid erably less during tbe first quarter of this year than they were iu tbe corresponding months of Inst year, yet tbe public debt has been reduced nearly one million more in tbo first four months of 1874 than it was in the same mouths of J873. Tbe fig ures are as follows : HKIIUCTION OF TUB PrRMC DKIIT. 1S74 - $1,843,1311 76 .. S,5!K),047 45 .. 2,189.838 40 .. 9.9GS,4S1 43 11473 January February Murch .... April Wet decrease. "Increase. " 406,3 13 18 5,27.880 77 1,(144,058 97 2,24M85 60 ..$9,590,019 10 $8,763,183 16 Mb. Startouing is to be married to Miss Nellie Grant on Thursday, the 21st at 11 o'clock in the morn ing, iu the East Room of the White House. TLe bride . is to wear a white satin dressitiimmed with point lace, and orange blossoms; while tbe 'eight bridesmaids will veur white silk dresses, four trimmed with blue and four trimmed with pink. In accordance with the Eng lish style their will bono grooms men, but the bride's brother, Col. Fred. Grant, will act as the groom's best man, and some other young officers of the army will act ns ush ers. , The Central Vermont Rail boad. The St. Albans Messenger says it has taken pains to ascertain the truth of the report that the New York parties who took stock in the Centeral Vermont a year ago bad become dissatisfied with the man ngetnent and sold out, and finds true that Mr. Duncan has sold of his stock, 5000 shares, and that the same parties have agreed take Mr. Park's by the 11th of May Whether it is Gov. Page or the Rut land road, or both, that have come to the rescue, it is not advised The inquiry made last winter how much of the money given by the American people for tbe erection of the Washington Monuineut has been expended on the structure, and bow much has been pocketed by tbo Society, its agents and sub-agents has resulted in the presentation of a bill by tbe House Special Com raittce which squelches the Society and provides for the completion of the work by the General Govern inent. The unanimous report of the Con grersional Committee on Ways and Means relative to the Sanborn con tracts severely censures tbe Secre tary, Assistant Secretary and Solic itor of tbo Treasury for the man nerjin which they have permitted this law to be administered. While severely criticising these officials the Committee find nothing im peaching tbe integrity of either Secretary Boutwell's or Richard sou's action. The New Orleans Relief Com niittee reported to the Governor that to May 4, they have distribut ed 40,000 rations daily, and in their judgment 50,000 daily for 60 days will be required to relieve tbe press ing wants. The Government cloth ing has arrived, and is stored in the United States warehouse, subject to tue uovernors orders. It isomething for the press to uwaofc Vl mm us proiession lias furnished the fastest nou-profes sional walkist iu New York. James Gordon Beunettdid his ten miles in one hour and forty-seven miuutes, and there was no Plum-Gut either. Ex-Governor Smyth, of New Hampshire, has recently presented the Congregational Church of Can dia, bis native town, with a splen did silver communion service. ! Jbr A Opinio. About Mahblib. The famous "Huthind Marble" is obtained from quari ies at West ttnthind, Vt., the production and 'manufacture , ot which bs become one of our prom inent and even lending industries. Forty years ago Jt was prnctically unknown, now an amount equal to nearly half n million cubic feet is unnually produced and shipped to all sections of our country and the (Jan ad as. Ten firms at West Rutland and vicinity run about one hundred and seventy gangs of saws day and night, to manufacture this and some other qualities, into what is known as "rou kU stock." About twelve hundred men, mostly foreigners, are emoloved in its production. ltutlniid marble is more even iu its composition, and more easily wrought than most other marble I but is exceedingly varied iu color, haviuir dark blue and pure white for extremes. The variety known as brocudilla, and the light clouded, fill tbe principal oitlers lor monu mental stock, and are of medium mice, but from the purest white veins the price is quoted higher than No. 1 Italian. Large quantities are annually produced from other quarries that abound In many of the towus in western Vermont, and though some of these excel as "fancy marbles," yet for monumental and many other purposes the Rutland marble is far superior. Notwithstanding its almost gi gantic proportions, its leading men assert that the business is yet in its infancy, its constantly acceierar ing growth seems to warrant this opinion. B. Tun Fibst CnuBCH Pviit IN Amebioa. Says the Key West Dis patch : "On Cojmmel Island are yet to be seen tbe walls of tbe first church ever built on the contineut of North America. Cortex, before bis conquest of Mexico say about three hundred years ago built his first place of public worship on this beautiful island. The foundation and walls aro yet partially preserv ed : each side has an elevation of some ten feet in places. The alter is covered with an almost impene trable growth of chaparral) and all about even inside these ruins are ancient aud modern tombs, where patriarchs rest. The wild flowers bloom over them in great profusion, and the birds carol sweet songs iu the morning and evening. A paved walk extends from the portal sev eral hundred yards west ward, but is now almost buried from sight in th sod. Excavations are seen, where searchers after hidden treasure have delved. There is a fine field yet there for the curious to explore But the natives ot the locality al low it to rest so quietly that the douse shubbery about almost bune it." Senator Morrill proposes to in vesti eate the Washington Market Company, the stock of which is prin ci pally held by New England men Vernon Centre claims to havi the biggest elm tree in the State, It is six feet four inches in diameter and less than one hundred years old. The House bas pass ed a bill providing for the priuting of ten thousand copies of the Cougres sional eulogies upon Sumner, with an engraved jwrtrait. A toper at Dubuque, Iowa, at tributes the flood in Louisiana to the women's crusade. "1 allers were afraid of water," said he, 'and too much of it is very dangersome." Robert Templemau, a Scotch man, while drunk shot his wife at Marino Village, in Dudley, just over the river lrem Webster, Mass, on Tuesday. She died in twenty minutes. A Vermont preacner, wno sar castically asked bis congregation to pray lor the editor ot the local pa per, recently, bad a bill sent to him for thirteen years' subscription to that paper and $300 worth of reli gious notices. At Quechee tbe farmers were plowing in January and on May day had the pleasure of seeing a foot of snow on their fields. Some of tbe hill roads are rendered iuipasseble by snow drifts. 1 be birds are starr ing, and many robins are found dead. A respectable old family ser vant made a visit to some relatives in Portsmouth, Virginia, and on her return home, being asked how she had enjoyed herself, said, "Mightily unstiss, migntily ; tney had as much as two luueraisa week while l was thar." Gen. Custer reports that a band of Indians attacked citizen herders near Fort Abraham Lincoln, Dako ta, April 23, and carried off 80 mnles. They were pursued twenty miles by cavalry and the stock recaptured, the indians having at least oue man wounded, while the troops sustain ed no loss. ' It is rumored in Washington that President Grant some time since tendered to KIlnu B. Wash-1 burne, Minister to France, tbe Sec retaryship ot me .treasury, that A reply has been received indicating vvasliOurne's acceptance of the of fer, aud that his name will soon ba transmitted to Congress. "jjeiaoer, l clou t U iuve we are going to have any spring this inter," was tue mournful remark of a disgusted sou of Uiberma the other day, as be stood on Middle street, with his hands deep in his pockets, and his coat collar turned up over bis ears, watching the de- wendiiiff snowflakes. Sew Btdford Mercury. I Meteorological Notes for April, Winter, thus fur, hit seemed determined tlixro shall be no Spring. He baa aliowu him eolf very unwilling to laoaxn lit toy grasp titun tbe earth. Tbe "higher runulng" euu lint bint only briufspasias of power ile,iutj to a moreikfiil coping with ble martial power. i u Tlio advantage yet Main to ue ou tue fciilii of WluUr. April it gouu, and tbe May- lluwors, If there are any, are sleeping under It foot of mew. If oue bail the moral courage. be might "ge Maying" In a deign. So docldflilly wlutcry ha tbe month been, it strains tbe memory of tbe oldest Inhabi tants. We hnvo uo doubt it ta well. What would people have to talk about if it were not for the weather I Ita vuriuty, in aoaaun and out of season, furnishes a never fail ing theme. Hereafter, we have no doubt, aome boy of to-day will tall, wlth,uiarvellous gusto, to til graudchildran. the uuaeuaouublo atory of tliia April, especially of tbe two eevere aud heavy udw itermi of ita last wook. April wo are aure baa mado a lutlliig impres sion. Men will remember it longer than to be honeat ; will be more ready to apeak of It tbau of tbe good qualitlea of their neigbbora. Mark thia prophet word I , The average temperature of the mouth waa 30.93 deg or 677 deg. colder thau for April 1873, and 0.97 deg eoldor tbau for .Apr. 1873. Ave'ga for morn waa 28.86 deg. lowest noon, 43.60 deg. night, 37.36 deg. Mercury morn, 13th, aero on the river 4 deg. below noon, lat, 32dcg. ; night, I'-tth, 34 dog, High eat, mom, Vth AUd 14th, 44 deg. ; noon, 15th, 64 deg. night, 13th, S3 deg. Coldest daya lat aud 12th, avorage temperature S3 dog. i warnieat, 15th, 53.33 deg, Range of niuroury from aero to (H deg. greatest range for a alugle duy, 13tb. from aero to SO deg. Suow fell ou 14 daya, whole fall 44 inches, mostly damp und heavy. The suow atorma of tbe 2fitb. 3Uth and 30th, were aa severe aa la usual in mid-winter, a solid foot the result of each storm. Hud (ho. suow been as light as in the storm just after Christmas, wo should have hud nu aggregate of 8 foot for the two storms. first snow of tbe season eaiue Nov. lat. First sleighing Nov, ICtb. Lust as nearly as we eau tell at preseut writing, April 30th. Show fall for tlie Wftupn is u follows: November, 111 inches ; December, 15) inches : January, 2I inches; February, 7 inches j March, 9 inches j April, 41 Inches j total 110 inches or 9 feet. It will be noted that more tlian one-third of the whole fall wus in April, and mere thun double the quantity In that month tbnu iu any other. February aud March were re markubly dry.uioutha in comparison, but lit tle rain fulling instead of snow. Sleighs were put away several times during the month, but aa oftcu brought put. It wih. 0 novel sight to see luu.ibef goiug to the rail road station oi sleds tlio lust day of tbe mouth. Clear aome portion of 15 days. 4 days uearly cloudless. Strong wind 13 daya. March and April were unusually windy. More or less stormy 16 days. Ruin only on twq days, 15tb and, 21st. lightning ou the eve of the 31st. Rather a poor month for sugar-iuakiug. A much bettor season 60 or 70 miles further south. The farmer's spring work mostly, still lin gers among the Impossibles. Good weather for grass, probably. A good fruit seuion is predicted by thoao professing wisdom iu such matters. Kext Autumn will tell. Seed-tiuie and harvest will surely come. Let no oue despond. It is a good time for patient wait ing. God still has the ooutrol, and can a,s easily as ever work bis living wonders! Orfordtille, W. H., May , IH74. STATE NEWS. Newbury. The Art Exhibition or Ladies Fair held at tbe Cong' Vestry the 28th and 2'Jtli ult,, was a tine affair, So many choice and beautiful tilings were on exhibition that it would be impossible to enu merate tbem all. Plants, pictures, statuary, silver, fancy work, foreign and American curiosities, made oue evening far too short to examine aud appreciate all. Proceeds to be used in procuring street lamps for the village. May side walks and town clocks follow in due season. Montebelio Ladies Institute is enjoying a deserved popularity among all friends ot good thorough education. Mr. A. R. Palmer, of Chicago, died at the Spring Hotel ou Sab bath morning last. He was a broth er-iu-law of Dr. E. V. Watkius and was here for his health. The Misses Glover have moved from the Chadwick building, aud taken rooms at the other end of the village near E. C. Stocker's shop, where they are prepared to do all kinds ot cloak and dress making iu their usual unexceptionable manner. -liev. William Wylie late of this place, who is at present located in New xork city, is reported to be in delicate Health, and it is rumored tbat be is coming to Vermont to try tbe mountain air. The Granger's at Newbury ueutre talk: ot building a nail. Haverhill. Old Mr. . McClos- key of this place, ninety years of I age, attempted to commit suicide last week, went into the grave yard. just opposite from where he was staying, early in the morning, and took on all ot his clothes, except ing bis pants, kneeled down be tween tbe graves ot his two wives aud cut bis throat from ear to enr, but not deep euough to cause his death. Our jau is now waiting for an occupant have had no oue iu for about a month. We will sell or let, to suit parties. Chklska Our traders seem to be doing a good business uotuwhh standing the backwardness of the season. Messrs. Davis S Uo. nave enlarged their store aud added a ready-made clothiug department. Messrs. 1 & E. O. Tracy are about to repair and enlarge their store and keep a full stock of hardware. The Congregational Society have voted to repair their church, which will give it a greatly improved ap pearance. The temperance jeople of thia town are waking np. last week two men were fined by liansoni Davis, Esq., one for being drunk, the other for getting liquor of the town agent under false pretenses. L. n. Tabor, Ksq., of the lute Arm of Tabor & Collins, at West Tomhnin, has accepted a position connected with the llockford Fire Insurance Co., of llockford, HI., oue of the great companies of the North west. Mr. Tabor has the Heeded qualities for success as a first claw insurance man, At Burlington, May 4, Jack Kane, while iutoxicated, pointed in jest a loaded shot gun At Catherine Bills, in some maimer the piece was discharged and lodged in the girl's head and neck. Her injuries will probably prove fatal. The store of J. M. Griffith of East Dorset was robbed Monday night. A suit of clot hes was taken, the thief leaving bis old ones, in which was found a diary witb tbe tiauiA of James L. Blodgett, who is well known. nillinary! nilltatry! MHS VAN 8. CUE IS Would say to tbo public that ahe has Just re turned from market witb a OONHLCTK BTUCK MILLINERY AND FANCYrGOODS, Consisting of all the latest styles in Hats, Cups, Bonnets, fee.. Flowers in vreat variotv. Kiblmos, Neckties, in nil the fancy styles. I'luln ami Fancy Sashes, Stamped and Ham burg Embroideries, a large aud splendid as sortment of White Trimmings, Collars, Cuffs, lludersleeves, Corsets, Uneu liraids, Hosiery, Haucikerehiefs, l'erluinery, Neekluees Kid Riid Lisle Thread Gluves, Velvet Bibboua, Needlo, Va. Sewing Silks, ic., oVo. lyMillinery work douo to order in tbe latest styles. Hunt Tepahama, U May 8, 1874. 50w5 rr. O. II. STEVENS DENTIST, Would respectfully inform tbo jwople of Brad ford and vicinity tnat he has opened Dental Rooms over the new Printing Otitco, Bradford, Vt and is permanently located. Dr. Stevens bus had twelve years of succeasfulflpructice. There are now in use SOO Srtsor'1'eethlnJBraarord aud adjoining towns of his manufacture, and tbe work will speak for itself. Especial attention given to preserving the Natural Teeth by filling with Gold, Silver, ite. He has all the modern improvements, and warrants bis work equal to any done iu the State. Prices) am rcasonble um amy good . located Wentint. CSNilrous Oxide Gas or Ether administer, ed iu tho extractiou of teeth, 30-tf SALOON FOR SALE. THE undersigned offers for sale the STOCK FIXTUlibS and a 3 years lease of his Saloon in the Bookstore Building, iu Bradford Village This is.u Rnro Opportunity For a man to secure a good business with a small amount of capital. , FIXTCttBS NEARLY NEW, Everything oouvoniout, A good supply of ice on band, SO-lf JOB 91. CLEJIi:iT. WANTED! I BUSHELS of CUCIIMBEBH 1 Ulvl for Pickling, (the long green). Will pay tbe following prices, in cash, per bushel 3 to 4 iuchts, 50e; 2 to 3 inches, 60c; H inches and smaller, 75c. Also, 100 bushels of ripe TOMATOES, and 100 bushels of green TOMATOES. A . J. KlISN. Bradford, May 8, 1S74. 50 w3 SPRING OT 1,1 RJft. To my many customers aud friends I would announce thut I have received the spring aud summer FASHIONS FOR'74 and shall endeavor, as iu the past to make irariu ents iu a manner thut cannot fail to GIVE SATISFACTION. Outtingf done for others to mako. Respectfully yours. L. D. LIVINGSTON. P. S. Wanted: Four good Coat Makers. For Sale ! One LIGHT BUGGY WAGON, open body, Palmer Springs, Steel Axles and Steel Tire. Has been run one summer, is newly varnished and in perfect repair. Will be sold at a Bar- "".. . 3W4!I A. 1. ULiAKIir.. MASTICATE! Oi'E nilNDBEO SETS H. g. White Teeth (the best-in the world) this day received at IIICKOK'S Dental Rooms, Wells River, Vt., whicb will be inserted upon all the bases now in use, including WHALEBONE RUBBER, For $15 a Set, And Wavrrantecl. 3m49 W. E . GAGE, Would announce to the citizens of Bradlurd and vicinity that having bought out the busi ness lately curried ou by J. jeliurds, he will Keep a FTTXjIs STOOK or . LIGHT GROCERIES. Teas. CoffeA. RmmL -Canned Piuita. PmuJ uoiers, rooster, Confectionery, Crackers, Crushed Wheat. Pickles, Baisina, FIE, nuts. MaojiMiiii- VernuHvlll.Tmut Pn. wees, C, HO. - He intends to do - Ca6h or Ready Pay business, and hopes to merit a liberal ahar. of 18 7 4 MILLINERY. New York and Boston. New Goods! New Goods! Spring and Summer Styles! JUST ARRIVED AT MRS. C. H. CURTIS', to be sold attba LOWEST PRICES ! They consist of Hats, Bonnets, Caps, RibbouB, Flowers, Feathers, Velvets, Silks, Grapes, Neck-ties , auu everything you want in Millinary. Also FANCY GOODS! Dress Trimmings, Fringes, Qiutpa, lluttons. Braids, Velvet Ribbons, Corsets, Skirts, Hustles, Hosiery Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Lace and Em broidered Collars, Hamburg Embroider ries, Thrd and Maltese Laces WORSTEDS, Haudkarchiels. Slipper Patterns, Linen Braids and Chignon, SILKS AND THREADS, aud auythinf you want- Call and sea. Millinery Work done to order la tha ktaat styles. First Door North of the Priebard Stora. MR. & MRS. C. S. STEVENS, Main Street, Bradford, Vt- HAVING OPENED A New Millinery Store IS BBADFOKU VILLAGE, I would aay to tbe public that I have Just ro turuod from Market with uu entire NEW STOCK of Goods, oomploto In all departments, con sisting of all tbo . LATEST STYLES, in Hata, Caps, Buuets, &c, Kibbous, Neck ties iu nil the fancy styles, plain and fancy Rashes, Slipper Patterns, WorNted, Stamped and Hamburg Kinbroidoiiei, a large aud Splendid astortuieut of WHITE TRIMMINGS, Collars, Cuffs, Undersleeves. Corsets, Braids, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Napkins, an exten sive asaortnieu; of Kid Gloves, if the best make in all colors aud alien. Velvet Kibbous, a Hue assortment of uuabavdea, Dress Buttons, Hooks and Eyes, Keodles, Pius, Sewing Silk, and a general assortment of FANCY GOODS. Millinery Work done In the best manner possible. Call aud examine my goods be lure purchas ing elsewhere, as you will save money by so doing. Oppoalte the Post Office. MRS. C. S. STEVENS. April 82, 1874. A full stock of the Latest and Best Styles OF BOOTS & SHOES of every description for Ladies', Gentlemen's, Youths' aud Children's wear kept constantly ou hund. We hope by fair dealing to merit our share of public patronage. O. S. STEVENS. March, 23, 1874. 44tf. If you are wanting II. CH. Seed, Clover Heed, Red 'lop, Orchard Grass, EAELYPEAS, FIE'jD PEAS, AGR'L IMPLEMENTS Of any kiud, cull at tbo Hardware Store And get our pricos befor you buy. We have some elegant styles of BRACKETS, COMMON SHELF and SWING BRACKETS for FLOWER PCTS, &c. GENEVA HAND FLUTER, The best cheap Fluting Macbiue in the market. WEED'S PATENT COG WHEEL j CARPET SWEEPER, Picks up Pins, Needles, bits of Thread. Pocket Knives, Ire. 4.0. Try it. EATON & CO. Bradford, April 7, 1874. . 43- II. a. DAY Still has on baud, at the old UllADMD DLTU STORK, UM Main Street, Ittuilfoid, Vt., a largo stock of DUUGS, MEDICINES, Chemicals, Dye Ptufli.ic, also all thepopulat PATENT MEDICINES of tbo day. Together with tbe lurirest and beat stock ol TRUSSES. SUPPORTERS AND SH6ULDER BRACES, to he found iu tbe County among which may be found tbe celebrated Hard Hubber Truss, aud most uf the best styles to b found In Ularket. lie baa a nit e stock of FANCY TOILET GOODS, cousisting In purl of Perfumery, Toilet Honpsj, lair BrnshM, lth Ilrashea. Tooth llmotiea, rioah llmshes, Hair Olla, 1 oanba, Ac Aud iu fact every thing usually kept In a wei regulated Drug Store. Physicians Prescription carefully propahed. Tbo uublie ueat rally are invited to all and exuui'" ic r lutixvelvcs. Goods First Cla-:s Prices satisfactory Urodfoid, Keb'y 1st, New Goods at T. C. Keyes', Newbury, Vt., April 25, 74. LIVERY STABLE. Good Teams furnished at all times, aud at nasnnuldc prices. Stage to and from Depot. Apply at Stable Oflicc, rcur of Trotter House. E. 8. PEASLEE. DR. FLINT'S QUAKER BITTERS These celebrated, Bittern are com posed of choice Roots, Herbs, and Barks, among which are Gen tian, Sarsaparilla, Wild Cherry, Dandelion, Juniper, and other berries, and are so prepared as to retain an their medicinal qual ities. They invariably cure or greatly relieve the following com- laints t Dyspepsia, Jaundice, lver Complaint, Loss of Appe tite, Headache, Bilious Attacks, Remittent and Intermittent Fe vers, Airue. Cold Chills. Rheuma tism, Summer Complaints, Piles, Kidney Diseases, Female Diffi culties, Lassitude, Low Spirits, General Debility, and, in fact, everything causal by an impure state of the Blood or deranged condition of Stomach. Liver, or Kidneys. The aged find in the Quaker Bitters a gentle, soothing stimulant, so desirable in their declining years. No one can re main long unwell (unless afflicted with an incurable disease) after taking a few bottles of the Quaker Bitters. Prepared by Dr. H. S. Flint & Co. At their Oraat Hedioal Depot, PROVIDENCF-R.I. FOB SALE lf.VKBYWHEBK. Ayer's Sarsaparilla b widely knows mom of tha moat effectual ramodios aver discovered for cleansing th sya tam and purifying ,the blood. It hai stood tha teat of yean, with a con stantly growing rep utation, based on ita Intrinsle virtues, and sustained by ita re markable cures. So mild as to be safe and beneficial to cLUdren, and yet so searching as to effectually purge out the great cor ruptions of the blood, sucb as the scrofulous and syphilitic contamination. Impurities. or diseases that have lurked in the system for years, soon yield to this powerful anti dote and disappear. Hence IU wonderful cures, many of which are publicly known, of Scrofula, and all scrofulous diseases, Ulcers. Emotions, and eruptive dis orders of the skin, Tumors, Blotches, Bolls. 11 mines. Pustules, sores. U Anthony's Fire, Itose or Erysipe las, Tetter, Salt Rheum,- Scald Head. Ringworm, and internal Ul cerations of the Uterus, Stomach, and Liver. It also cures other cora nlalnts. to which it would not seem esueel- allv adanted. such as Dropsy. Dyspen- sia, Fits,Neuralfia, Heart Disease, Female Weakness, Debility, and Liencorrlicea. when they are manifesta tions of the scrofulous poisons. It Is an excellent restorer or health and strength In the Spring. By renewing tha appetite and vigor of the digestive organs. it dissipates the depression and listless Ian-, guor of the season. Even when no disordat appears, people feel better, and lire longer, for cleansing the blood. The system moves on with renewed vigor and a new lease of rMMPAMMD M f ' Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass., SyasWsel emel Axutptkml ChtmUlm, mm) 5 t, T au. Pswowan tut WK9a