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THE BENNINGTON J3ANNER FRlbiX DECEMBER 16, 1892.
VJ5KMONT Sl'OILS. Col. Krad. Snmlley wlll t'aroel Out tlie Plums-Thero nre Only 000 Offlcea for 10,000 DemocintB-Whnt tho Lendera nro ExpectlnR to Oet. Tho 10,000 Vermont Domocrats who votcd for Olaveliuid and Stevenson on Nov. 8th, aro makiiiK tho neccssary pro liaiin:ry arraniiemcuts for fillinK tho 000 odd Federal ofliees in this Stato after March 4th, 1803. Many of theso "roVe nueotily" patriots havo already flled their intcntions to becomo Uovernment oflicials under tho incomini; udministra tlon. Tho averago Vermont Democrat believos that to tlio victors helow; tho spoils, nutl sinco ho has heeti provented for party reasons from holding Stato of flccs undur Hepublican Administrations sluce 1800, ho naturally and intuitively looks to .1 Dcmocratio I'lesident for xoward for his Jacksonlan patiiotism and stendfastness in tho years gono by. Tho distribution of Federal patroniifie in Vermont will, aftor March 4th, 1803, bo controllod by Col. DraUloy B. Smal loy, Secretary of thoDemocratio National Cainpnign Committee, lato candidato for Goyernor, and Stato mombcr of National Committeo. llis wlshes in tho dispousa tion of tho offlccs in Vonnout during tho last Domocratio Administratiou wero consulted by I'rcsideut Clovaland, and his valuablo serviees in tho cainpaijin just closcd mako him moro influcntial in theso mattors Yith tho next I'lesident than beforo. Col. Smalley is, in tho epinion of liis friends, entitled to mostany oilico in tlio gift of Grovcr Clevoland, and ho can probably havo any oflloo ho wants. His naino has bcen sur gested by somo for rostmahter-Gciior.il, b'ut it is gouerally thoujiht that ho pre fers to bo Collcotor of Cnsloms for tho District of Vermont to any otucr posi tion. Col. Smalley will havc no compet itor for tho placo and ho will probably succecd Collector G. G. Bcncdict, whoso four years' timo expircs Sopr. 1st, 1SD3. IIo hcld tho Collectorship four years uti der Cloveland, beitig Jlr. Hcncdict's pro- donf.KKm. Col. ijmalloy has closed up his work at National headquartcrs, and rcturned to his homu in Burlington last wcek. Ho infnrnied tho .lourual corrcspondent to day that ho had devotcd cight nionths of his tim'd to nominatiuK and clectiug Mr. Clevoland, and that ho now proposcd to aivo tho next threo nionths to his busi T1HRK nltairs. Ho tsavs it will bo timo cuoukIi to talk about changes in tho Fod oral ofliees after Clcveland's inau)jura tloii. Noverthelcss. Burlinctou is mcau whilo gettinj to bo a voritablo Mecca for iiouiocratic politicians, and cveiy ineom jji" pilirrim is fjrccted with a suiilo and a cordial urasp of tho hand by Jlahomct Smalley, and all dcpart fceliug that it is vcll to bo a Democrat in this ycar of gracc. Tho dispcnsation of fourth class post ofliees will prouauiy uo conuucieu niiitci- Mr. Smallev's astuto lieuteuant. Jnn. T. .1. Bovnton. Chainnan of tho Pemocratic Stato Committee. Tho cam paign for Federal offlccs is being mappcd out, and tho llold movemenU will begin juduo scason. Conspieuous among tlio 10,000 Domo fcrats of tho Green Mounlain Stato who walked up to tho ballot box ou clection Jay and votcd for Glover Cloveland is tho Hou. Edward J. Phelps, cx-Miinster to tho Court of St. Jamcs. This distin guishcd Vermonter has becn a prominent liguro on tbe Cabinet slatcs published in Domocratic nowspapcrs, ruinor having rtssigncd him to tho Proniiership of tho next Administratiou. Tho Journal cor rcspondend had a ehat with Mr. Phelps as ho was lcaving his homo in Burling ton, in tho courso of whieh conversation , refercnce was mado by your coircspond ent to tho suggcstion mado in political 'circles of hU namo in counectiun with tho oilico ol Secretary of Stato under Clevoland. Mr. Phelps sniiled and said: "It is not at all likely that 1 sliall bo of fcved tho position, as thero aioother mcn who havo londercd tho party greaterscr Tico and aro moro entitled to it. Tlie of Jlco of Sccretary of State," ho continucd, "is a vciy iinportantandrcsponsibleone, and tho mternational quustious that will probably como up for discussiou and ad judicatiou during tho next four years will demand moat careful attenlion and tlio cxerciso of superiordiplomacy." Mr. rhclps is counsel for tho United Statcs in tho Behring Sea aibitration and cx pects to go to I'aris soino timo in Febru ary to present tho cato of this Govern meut beforo tho commission. IIo antici pates au amicablo adjustmunt of tho scal tj'sheries dispute at an carly day. Tho friends of Mr. l'helpn in Vermont bu liovo ho would accept tho oller of tho Premicrship of Clevelaud's Administra tiou. Among Iho Dcmocratic leaders in Ver mont who aro willimr. no doubt, to ac cept nf a Govcrnment ofllco may bo mcn-'-tioned Col. Heibert V. Brigham of Ba korsyille, Ilon. S. C. Shurtleff of Mont pelier, former candidates for Govcrnor; T. J. Bovnton. John A. Senter. Esn., F. . Muv&e and A. J. Sibloy of Montpel ier; F. W. McGettnck, A. Asliianel, C. I). Watson, C. A. Skecl and Capt.Gco. W. Burlcson of St. Albans; J. J. En vvnght, Esq., Jamcs A. Brown, Esq., J. U. Holton. Joel Linslcy. E. M. Sutton, . Gcoiro W. Beckwith and 1. C. Dodgo of Burlington; I M. Meldon, Esq.. M. J. lloloney, Esq., I)r. D. J. Hanrahan, I. K. I'eck and N. S. Stcarns of llutlaiul; II. W. Martin and Jolin Kobinson of Beiinincton; John Donnelly aud G. F.O Slmball of Vcigenncs; 0. C. I'eck of Middlebury. N. P. Bowraan and Elisha Mav of St. Johnsbury. W. B. Viall of West Randolph. Georce O. Guild and V. B. Kimball of Bellows Falls. Dr. J. II. Conland, F. W. Childs and IJ. W. Mar shall of Brattleboro. V- A. Bullard of Underhill. Geomo lt. Gurnsey and II W. Stocker of Windsor, U. L. Konyon of Northfield, and several thousand others. Many of thcse party leaders hcld ofliees of protit and trust under Grovcr Clove land. and somo doubtlcss hnpo to acain Jlll tho samo positions. For District At- toruov tho most prominent names men tioned aro thoso of F. W. McGettrick of St. Albans, John H. Senter of Montpel ier and V. A. Uullard ot umteriiui, Mr. McGcttrbk was Spccial Inspector of Customs. Mr. Senter was National Bank Examiner under Cleveland, and Mr Bullard was leader . of tho Dcmocratio minoritv In tho House lu 1800. Gcn. T. - J. Bovnton raay bo rcappointed Chief Post Officc Inspector for Now England which llico ho hcld under Cloveland fnun 1885 to 18S0. IIo is snro of a cood oflke if ho wants one. For National Bank cxainlncr tho namcs of Elisha May, Esq., of St. Jolwisbury, aud Col. Horbcrt F. lirigham, of Bakerslleld, aro most frcnncntly raentioncd. Jamcs A. Brown Esq., of Burlington, Mayor N. P. Bow roan of St. Johnsbury aud C. D. Watnon of St. Albans aro said to no in tlio raco for tho ofllco of Doputy Collector of In tornal Itevcnuc. Mr. N. S. Stcarns of Hluthtnd and John Kobinson of Bcnning ton would lik to bo Uulted Statcs Mar- RJial. It is roported that Dr. D. J. Hanrahan would llKo to ue postmaster at luittand .Tohu Doiinctlly and G. F. O. Kimball at "Vcrcenncs. U. L. Kenyon at Northfield J. II. Holton, E. M. Sutton, Jool Linslcy, Chlldren Cryfor Pitcher'b Ccstoria Georgs W. Beckwith and Georgo L. li Fountain at Burlington, E. A. Ashland, Geo. C. Story, C. A. Skceis am: a. ij. Veeks at St. Albans. Those wko do not cct Federal ofliees in tho Stato would ... .... i i t : quuo nueiy ue wunng to iano iuiciku consulships. Tlio aspirations of tho Vermont Domo crats havo not yct f ully crystalized around theso various ofliees. Tho momentou8 question with the Domocrats of Vermont is whcther the spoils of ofllco Viill bo distributed soon after tlio inauguration or later in tho season. Mr. Cleveland's Manhattan Club specch, in which ho declared that tho partv could not kccp tho support of a majonty of its voters Uy a distribution of spoils and pcrsonal favors, is rather signidcant. If Mr. Cloveland follows tho rulo of Presidont Ilanison iu tho mattor of ap pointments in Vormot, nono of tho Presidential olflces will bo fillcd until tlio present incumbents shall havo seryedout a full torm of four years. Thero aro somo 550 Fedoral ofliees in Vermont whieh itre filled by appointmont by tho Prcsidcnt or mcmbors of tho cab inet. Of this number thirty aro Presi dential Post Ofliees and four aro other ofliees filled by Presidential appoint ment. Tho latter aro thoso of Collector of Customs for tho District of Vermont, District Attorney, Marshal and National Bank Exnmiiier. Tho other Federal of flccs aro those of Deputy Collector ot In tcrnal ltevenue, Stamp Deputy, Deputy Collectors of Customs at St. Albans, Ilickford, Swanton, Highgate, Alburg, Vnrt.li Trov. Newport and Island Pond, t.wn Knpcial InsDL'otors and a forco of noarly lifcy inspectors and customs ofll nora. Tho United States consulships at St. .Tolms. P. O.. and Cardiff. Walcs, tho consular anencv at Stanstead, P. Q., and soveral ether foreign appointmonts nlsn beld bv Vormolitcrs. Ex-Gov. K. .1. Ormsbeo of Brandon is ono of tho International Commissioners at Samoa, and Ilon. L. E. Knapp. of Middlebury, has boen Governor of Alaska for tho past two years. Tho ltepuolican mcumuenis oi ueanj 1 ... t. ., nn 1.. overy ono of tho Piesidential ofliees in Vnrmont Kiir.cecded Domocrats who had sfii ved out a full term of four years. fhe vnRonl of annointmcuts mado by Presl dent Harri(.on in this Stato shows that with possibly ono or two cxccptions no Democrats wero rcmoved and no changcs in tho ofliees wero made beforo tlio oxpi ration of tho four-yoar term, except whero a vacauey was created by death or resicrnatioii. On March 4th. 1880. when Gcn. Harri- son was inauguratcd, overy Presidential ntlico in Vermont was lielit by a Demo crat. Early in May of that ycar Ilon. Fiank Plumley of Northfield was ap pointcd Distiiut Attorney, vico Claronco II. Pitkin, rcsigued. Ou Juno Mth, 18S0, Frcd. G. Ficld was mado postmaster at Rutland, and on Scptember 10th J. E. Stowart succcedcd Deniocrat in tno omco ac jimoieuury. Hon. G. G. Benedict assumed tho dutics of Collector o Customs at Burlington Sept. 1st, 1830, succceditiL' Col, B. B. Smalloy. Ex-Governor Jloswell Farn- ham of Bradford took tho oilico of Na tional Bank cxainiuer in Octobcr and Charlcs S. Foibcs of St. Albans was ap- poiiited Deputy Collector of Intcrnal Uovenuo early in Decombcr, 1880. Tho present United States Marshal, Bollin Arasden ot Winusor, quaiineii auu uiok thooathof ofllco July 1st, 1800. Tho Democratic prcucccssors ot tncso oflicials sorvcd a four years' term. Tlie incumbents of most of tho Presi dential post ofliSes havo considerablo timo to servo, if tho lour-year-service ulo provails under tho Cloveund Ad- miui.stration. Tho terms of tho post masters in tho followinc otllcos exuiro about tho timo indicated below: North field, April, 18!; Woodstock, August, 1803; Springfleld, August, 1S03; Fair Haveu, July, 1S03; Brandon, August, 18U3; Barre, August, 1803; Waterbury, Dccomber, 1S03; Bellows Falls, Fobru ary, 1S0j; St. Johnsbury, Octobor, 1800; Montpelier, July, 1'JO; Burlington, March, 180o; lienuingtou, jnnuary.isuu; St. August, 1804; Bradford, 1'ebruary, 1804. Tho four-vear-tcrm of 1'os.tniastcr W. Childs of Brattleboro oxpircs in January, 1S01. IIo was origiually ap- pointcd Uy rresuicnt uieveianu, in isao, ;uid in inio was reappoiuieii uy rresi- dent Hairison. Therccoid of appoiiitmcnts mado in Vermont during tho fliht ycar of tho Cleveland Adruiuistration, from Marcli, 1S8.", to Maroh, 18S0, shows that L0 Ke publiean oflicials wero suspeuded" or 'removcd" in tlio liitcrost ot "leiorm-- and Democratic oflico seckors. Included n this list of decapiUted oflicials wero tho Collector of Customs, Collector of Intcrnal hoycnuo, National Bank oxam- ucr, the United Statcs Marshal and tlie postmasters at Rutland, Brandon, Fair llaven, Springueld, jNortniicHi, uarre, Middlebury, Vergennes. Woodstock, Brattleboro, Waterbury, uranuon, west Rainlolpli, Swanton and Ludlow, all Presidi-nti.il ofliees; also somo 130 fourth class ofliees. But all this happcned be foro tho fonr-year-term rulo was estao- lished by a llepublicail 1'icsidcnt. Cof. J'orbes in lluston Juttmal, bel, & Itarllan Caunl Co. (Trenton, N, .1.) I was troubled for several years with indigc.stion aud a buniiii2 scnsation in my stomach. accompanied with a soro ness across my stomach; my food did not agrcc with mo, and I felt miscrable. I saw Dr. Dcano's Dyspcpsia Pills adrcr- tiscd in tho Truc Amencan and made up my mind to civo tlicm a trial. After using tlireo 2."io bottlcs I can cat any thing I wantand fecl no. ill cffcct, and am apparently as well as I over was. 48 HAiiur Faiiiun. whai iip.it niii'our. Tho wcathcr for tho month of Noroni- ber, as reported by tho voluntary observ crs of tho Now Engluud WcatherScrvicc, was wettor tlian usuai, witn a neany normal tcmpcratuic. Tho tomperatuio ranges wero neither largo nor rapid; tho maxlmum was slightly over 00 and oc curred on tho 17th at moststations. Low tcmpcraturcs occurrcd on tho 11th, 12th, 23d and 24th, the minimam bciug gcn erally ou tho latter dato and ranging from IU to 2U' tieiow tno ircczing poiiu, of water. At Boston tho mean dally tnninerntiiio was verv near tho normal dtirlni' tho Hrst half of tho month; it was abovo from tho I4tn to tno lutn anu then below from tho 20th to tho end of tho month. Tho precipitation was abovo tlio nor mal in tho south and at or slightly below in the north. Thototal for tho mouth was from 3 to 4 in most of Malno, New llampshirc and Vermont, and from 5 to 7 ln mostof Massacliusctts.Rhodo Island nnil Pi.nnpfitlcut. Tho total at New Tork city was 8.23 inches. Moro than tho usual amiiunt of inow foll excopt insomo parts of tho northern districts. Tho fall nmnuntcil to from 4 to 10 inches in tho south and from o to 12 inches in thd north. In tho latter section it ncarly all r.tmn on tho 2d. Sth aud 10th and tom tviratlrnlv llttlo on tho 28th-30tli. whilo along tho o tast the fall was heavy on tho latter datos and littlo or nono camo dur ing tho first part of tho wontli. Tho A.irllp.r nnnwR mcltcd vcrv rabldlr as tho ground was not genenilly f rorcn and very llttlo lay on the ground at tho mlddlo of ho month iu any section. On tho SOtli tho snow covorimr was from a traco to Tl Inches in tho north and from 3 to 1 iuches in tho soutu. Aiinougu ino ground was bare during most of tho month no injury has bcen dono to grass and fall sown grain becauso of tho equa- ble temperaturo. ln many noius wio tliick growth of erass during tho fall will servo as a splendid protection to grass roots this winter. On tho 18th tho Connecticut vallov was visited byasevorewind storm which worked considerablo injury. A uumber of tobacco barns wero blown down and others unroofed; a number of workmon wero injured in a falling barn at Wind sor, Conn. In southwestcrn New namp sliiro much damaco was dono to build incs aud troes. Tlio storm of the 28th 30th was most sovero on tho extremo southoastern coast. "I havo been trying Dr.Bull's Cough Syrup, and I am well ploascd with it. My son had tho whoping cough and a bad cold followed. I tricd your Dr. Bull's Couuh Syrup and iu tlireo nights ho was botter. Moses Tcrby,.Lancaster Court nouso, Pa." NUTLEV HAS LOST ITS JOY. Nutloy, N. J., that scat of inusic, art and litorature, situated upon tho New ark brancli of tho Eno Railroad over looking tho beautiful Vatltacan Rivcr, had a sinall celebration on Saturday niglit, when it becaino known that Mr. II. C. Biinncr, tho rcspcctablo profession al poet, who is editorof I'uck, had dis posed of his only doukoy, and that Joy's high baritono would no longer disturb tlio slumbois of his neiglibors. Red iiro was burnod on the road in front of Mr. Bunner'slawn, and a fceling of hilarity took posscssion of his neiglibors. Nut lcy reioiced becauso itwas Joyless. Every resident in Nutloy will swear that last March Mr. Bunner boucht a dnnkov. Iu a spirit of sarcasm this doiv kov was christened Joy. IIo had a habit of RleeDimr in tho davtimo. Tlio artistic citizens of Nutloy liavo a habit of sleoping at niglit. Joy's vocal operations wero conflned to tho timo when tho other Nutloy inusicians wero accustomcd to sleop. Joy would begin at G and roam ad libitum tlirough tho major and minor scales, occasionally iu estatic momeuts roachiug C sharp. A syndicato was formed in Nutloy during tho summer to purchaso Joy. Mr. Bunner believed that his heartless neiglibors liadconceived a wickcd plot to annihilato tho tuneful beast. IIo spuriicd .in olTor, it is said, which tho owncr of a fino trottcr mighthavO graspcd at. That night Joy rendercd an allcyro obUijato that would havo cntranccd a Germau band. It was so rcalisiic 'Jiat Mr. Bunner oould thuikof no other werd to rhymo with "ilncfna" than "pitna cea." Iu an old Latin work which ho was poring overMr. Buiiner camo across a paragraph which statcd that a donkey could not bray without straightening out his tail, and ho begau experimcnts upon Joy, with a vicw to lindiog how much woight was ueccssary to hold dowu a Uoiikoy's bray, When ho found tho hsppy mcdiuin ho ttecl a stono of tho propcr weignt to Joy's tail. Tho noxt night silence brood ed over Nutloy, and tho night after that sho brooded somo morc. But on tho fourth, after a tow preliminary trills and quavers, Joy's voico aroso iu a sympliony tnat lasted lor lung. First tho movoinent was andantc, then it becamo allcyrello, then alleyo vivace, and it wouiid up with a triumphant afejroiirofio. Mr. Bunner was wiitimr a poem tho ordinary occup.itiou ot a rcspeotablo pro fessional poet. For an iustantho could ltardly move, so astonished was ho. Then ho stolo soflly out of tho houso. Thero iu tlio p.do mooiilight stood Joy, his feet on tlio ground, his tail, with tho heavy weight tied to it, resting on tlio second step of the porch, lookiug at its owuer with au expiession of placid en joymcnt. "Joy," said tho poctsadly, "wo raust oart." 'Haw-lie-liawl" roinarked Joy. "But roniembcr, you brought it all up on yourself," tlio poet went on. "Ilaw-he-haw-he-lia w !" "Joy, you'ro an ass!" And tho poet re-cuteied liis liouso. Tho sequelis bcst told in Mr. Bunuor's owu woids: "Tho day after Thauksgiviiig was cold. Everything was chilly aud damp. A mean wind blew out of tho northeast. Mr. William Ducrow not tho old Du- crow, tlio urcat uucrow, tno uucrow who will bu t'oreverfamous iu tho anuals of tho circus but another Ducrow, much younger and bottor looking, want ed a donkey for Forepaugli's circus. IIo adviscd mo to scll him my donkey. I followed his advice. I hopo that Joy, no mattor what bofalls him, will over cling linnly to tlio principles of strict mor.ility instillcd into him in his qulet New Jersey home." A'cw York Sun. Tho jointsand musclcs aro so lubri catcd by Hood's Sarsapatllla that all rheumatism and stiffucss soon disappear, Try it. Tho Prcsidcnt concludes his message : "Tliis oxliibits of tho work nf tlio exec- ,itiv. flnnsirtmnnt is submltted to Con- tho nublio in tho hopo that t nero wi l oo iouuu iu iu it unu u u. responsibility and an earnest purposo to maintain iuo iiuuii.u iiuum i 1 mntn tlio linnnincKs and prosnciity of all our peoplo. And this brief oxlubit of tlm rrowth and nrospcrity of tho country will givo us a level Irom wnicu to noto tlm inercaso or dccadcnro thata uow li.niKlatlvo nolicv may brino to us. Tiiom is nn roaKoii whv tho National in fluenco, powor and prosperity hould not observo tho samo rates of inercaso that havo charactetlzcd tho past thirty years. Wo carry tho great impulso and l those vears into tlio futur. r inni is no reason wnv. in many iiiiub nevrrnolillcd nl if vourcr'Csri'eniU ynu aoircr.ine in nlacenl I'eatlmr, dothe'honestthing-ifw.l. V MMkS I'VLH. New Vork. of production, wo should not surpa3s all other nations as wo havo already dono in some. Thero aro no near irontters to our nossiblo developoment. Retrogres- sion would be a crimo." DAY3 OF GltACE. Tlio Corroct Vemlon of Ihe lw Helot mirlo Tlielr A'lollnlinieiil. Tho following circular, which has just bcen issued by tho Merohant's National bank of Burlington, and which wo flnd in tho Ki ec Presn of Friday, is of interest to readers: For tho purposo of correcting orroncous reports aud of giring aceurato information regarding tho laws enacted this year liy the Legislaturo of this SUito regulating the maturity of contracts and flxing legal holidays, wo quoto below tho laws governiug the same, which will go into effect February 1st, 1803: AN ACT IIEOULATINO THE MATUniTV OF CONTltACTS. lt is htreby enacted by the General As sembly of tlie Stata of Vermont: Scctum 1. No grace, according to tho custom of Merehants, shall bo allowed on iiotcs, draftschecks, acceptances, bills ofexchange, bonds, or other oyidences of inrlebtedness, oxecutcd or payable in tho Stato, whoreby he, they, or it, shall promiso' to pay any person, corporation, or ordcr, or tho bearer, any sum of monev or other valuo as mentioned thcrefn, and in which thero is no cxpress stipulation to tho contrary, but tho samo shall be due and payablo on tho day aud dato named thereiu. Sec. a. All liotes, drafts, chccks, acccp. ances, bills of cxchange, bonds, or othor ovidcuces of inilebteduess, falling duo on Sunday, nr a lccal holiday, shall, for overy purposo, bo cousidered as duo on tho next lollowing business day. Sec. 3. Scctions 2000, 2011 and 2012 of tho rovised laws, and number 142 of the session laws of 1888, and all aets and parts of acts inconsistcnt with this act, aro hereby ropcaled. Sec. 4, This act shall notapply to con tracts mado beforo tho first day ot Jan uary A. D. 1803. An Act to Asiuyi) Skction 2010 ov the Revised Laws of Vekmont. It is hereby enacted by tlie General As sembly of tlie State of Vermont. Section 1. Section 2010 of the Revised Laws of Vermont, is heroby asnendrd to read as follows: Tho first day of January, the fourth day of July, tho thirtieth day of May, tho twenty-lifth day of December, tno twpiitv.si-coiid dav of February. Wash ington birthday,and any day appointed Uv thn rrovernor of this Stato or by tho presideut of tho United States, as a day of fast, or Tli.inksgivlng, shall bo legal holidays, and shall, for purposes of pie- senting tor acccptanco or payment, anu for protesting and giving notico of tlio dishonor of bills ot cxchange, dratts, (licaues. and promissory notes, bo con- sideicd liko Sunday, but whcnover anv of tho davs named in this seciion falls on Sundav. tho next prccedmg Sat urdav shall. for purposes named in this section, bo cousidered liko Sunday. IT IS USELKS3 foryoung ladics who aio troubled with frpckles. uimiilcs. motli and tan and a bad skin gcnerally to uso liquid painta or dry powders, tor tnoy ouiy ihuko mo skin look wcll for tho timo bcing, To liavn a rrnnd p. imnloxlon VOU must ll.ive puro blood. Uso Sulphur Bitters and your skin will bo fair and complexion rosy.T-l'ounj Ladics1 Magazlne. SOMKTHING WirilOUT OUAKOE. D you aro suffcring from somo lingcr Imr or lonc-standinscomplaint which rc- fuses to yield 1 1 treatment, why do you llflt I'DHSIHI. 1110 SKllllll WIUI UIHIUUIII. Ul, Oraenn. of 34 Templo I'l.. Boston, Mass. by lettorV IIo is tlio discoverer oi tno wnndmful Dr. Green's Nervura blood and nervo reincdy, and is a specialist in tho cure of all forms of ncrvous anu chronic disoasos. Ho dcvotes spccial at- tnntion to tlio treatment of patienfs at s fli.iranco thioiiL'h lotter conespondfiiicc. and his success in rcstonng orcn tlio worst and appaicntly incurablo cases to health witli its harmless vegetablo reme- dics is marvellotis. Writi! him a desoription of your case and ho will return a carefully cousidered nnswnr fuilv exiilainiur vonr discaso. and crivinff vou a nerlect understandiiig of ull its svmntoms. Iree ol expcnso. it will. tlierefore. cost vou nothing to con siilt Mm. and thero is almost a positivo assuranco of bein!r cured, as tiiousanus of others havo becn. Send for his symp tom blank to flllout. Vhcn Babj- was slck, wo gare her Castorlo. When sho wa3 a Chlld, sho crled for Castorla. When sho becamo Jtlss, sho clung to Castorla. When sho had Clitldren, sho eavo thcm Castorla RATKS OF rOSTAOE. An old Almanao for 1814 gives tho fol lowing as tho rates of postago provailing atthattime: "For every singlo letter byland, for forty miles, oight ccnts; ninoty milcs. tcn ccnts; 150 miles, twolvo and a half ccnts; 300 miles, sovcn tcen cents; 500 miles, twenty cents, and for moro than 500 mtles, twenty-flvo ccnts. No allowanco to be mado for in torraediato milcs. Every doublo lottcr is to pay doublo tho said rates; overy trip lo letter, triplo; every packct weigh mg ono otince, at tho rato of four singlo lottcrs each ounce. Every ship letter originally receivedat an ofllco for deliv cry, six ccnts. Magazlnesand pamplets, nnt. nvi;r fiftv miles. ono ccut per slicct; ovor flftv mi'loi and not excccding 100 miIr.R. nnn and a half'cciits pcr sheet; nvor 100 miles. two ccnts pcr slicct." Quincv Patriot. Be on Guard . against imitations of Pcarline. When they are not dangerous, they are ivorthless. They usually both. Pcarline doeswhat nothing elsc can. It saves labor in washing, and insurcs safety to what washed. It ir, clieap, tliorough and reliablc. No thing clsa will "do as well ;" it is just as well to havr no:hing else. t'eddlcts a.id ! vf ; .ii-fncirMilj ttll ym "this i "the -itfs Mra. A. A. IVilllama Lynn, Mass. For the Good of Others Jtev. Mr. W'tlUamf; Jlcartlly J3n- dorscs IlooU's narsaparuia. W nrp nlpn;pH to nresent this from Pto A A. Willinms. nf the Sillsbee street Christian Church, Lynn, Mass. : " I sco no reason why a ciergyman, raoro uian a lnvmnn. who kllOWS WllCrcof ho spcaks, should hesltato to approvc an Articlo of Klerit ... t ...t.lnl. l.n ni- ltla f o It.f 1H V bcen slgnally bcncfltcil, and whoso commenda- others by IncicasliiR thelr conlldencc. Mywlfo ha3 Ior many years been a stilterer from scvero Ncrvous Hoadache for which sho found llttlo hclp. Sho has tricd many tlilngs that promiied" well but per fonricd little, bast fall a filcnd gavo hcr a bot tle of Hood's Karsaparilla. lt seems surprls lnc what slmply ono hottlo could aud Old qo Ior her. The atlacks of he.idacho dccreaseil ln number and wero Icss violcnt ln tlielr Intcn sity, while hcr ccneral health has bcen im proved. Her anpetlte has also bcen better. trom our cxpcrlenco with Hood's Sarsaparilla I havo no hcsltatlon ln cndorslng i mrritn." A. A. WlLLIAMS. HOOD'S PlLLS arotho bost f.-imlly catbartlc, centloandeffoctlve. Try a box. rrlco25o EQUINOX SPRING WATER Espoclallv cfflcvjlou!" for dyjpcpla, gout, rlienmiUiim. lidney troubles, etc. Send for cireulur wlih aimlvBi'. KQUINOXSi'AnKUN'H ATEIi N mperior to any Imported table water. SPARKLING mm CHAPHPAGNE. l'repared from tho flncst nromatlo pxtracts earefiilly coinpounded. and coinbined with Kqul uox Sprlnir Wt-r. Thn p'-irest and bct eiiurer toiiio. A dellEhtfu1, invlgoratlni; beveri.B'' nd viihmhlo ftomai'hlc. Krfcr to I.yman Uoeer. M D., Hnn t.ulher tl (irnve. Ilon. A. lt. Valenllnc. Driinliiirioii; K. Ii. Wynian, M. D.. Hn. M. S Colhiim, Jlan ohestHrOiitre; I. II Heireuwny. M. I). Mnn cholpr; H.m. Kobert llobtTl, llurhng'on ; W. F. Minard, M. V . Waterbury; Hon. Charlos Dewcy. Jlonlpelier: S. II. Sparhawk. M. U. St Johnsliury; Ilon I.cvl K FvHt, llrattleboro; Hon.J IJ. Mi:Oiillouch. North lltinlimtnn; (Jeo. A. Stimo. frcsident lroy Cliy National Bank, Troy, N. Y. Fon SAI.E UY J, N Hard, II. S. Ilow, Jlunsou Houkp, Manchester, I, ShafTner, C. J. Walt and M. W Utlev. Manchester Ccntre, J. n. Illce. Manchester Depot. Knlfi. &Slade, Montp-lltr. HiKRini Hyie. Hnilan l. E. II l!ox and John Warr, Troy, N. I. H. Olboi., Hennlngton, E S. Cliiindlrr. Bennington Ccntre, EQ01NOX Sl'HlNC, CO . Manchester. Vermont. EQUINOX HOTJSE, SUMMER ItESOUT. Manchester, - - Vermont. rii7lon. IncludlugiiUhttralu to ew ork Sun div. ... Day drawlns room anu sieepins cars inrouKii from New Yoik withnut change. Xlme from New Tho 1 30 p m. train from New ork (Saturdajs only) reaches Manchester at 7 29 p. m. Uogs not laicen. i. w- THE WW3. RADAWi HIGROBK KILLER. MRS. MAUY OIBSOX. Acent, Bennington, Vt. 1 t-llllllit I'AIIALYSIS. Mosheiu 'lcun , March 3lst. 189-2. 'T. " " v ith ltl. I...I. reil nnd notcd. In 1881 1 wa pnraljzed in the right sldc. . t ... !..m utltlmitt rf.linf In llfrPtn' bcr, I commenccd the uso of Iladam s Ml crohe KUIcr, My liealthlmprovcd verv niuchaud to day mv genfral health is good, In Itict ft good 11 I1U. UVfll IUI Uiunj Jii. .... I I attrlbute my paral zed condltion to over-work . . .i .... iitZ a.i ..unrllv linTitiip suffered from vcrtlRo previous to being paralj f a. licsi'.'tuuiij . ; C.osnEN. N. Y.. Nov. 22, 1693 T t ..tIH fnUnrm tf ora t ifllllfi tlint I writeyouto-dm to saj what tho Mlcrobo KH- age had becn an Invalid 'all bl life. He beiran the contlnually for ono l ear with' rery satisfactory rcsult. sornucn to uoiu accouut of his splendid ant1. continucd good health. , ,., My younger son iu years ni ngc nw ferer irom croup .un .u.'.w - r. caion I havo no iloubt it sivcd his llfn. IIo H n eicellent bcalin, anu aiinougu mo ib ler It always on hand, wo use It only Instead of a l'hr5astwnter I had a Mvcrea ttnck of la Orippe. nnd o badlv ofT wna I that i ufca a gauou m ju crobeKlllerlntwodayB. We hTe not ha'l a Uoctor In the huo smce we bceanthouseefMlcrobe KHler over two years aco. I am never tlrcd ( recommendlng It to mv Iricnds and shall con'Inuo to do sofor the good aml falthful frlend it has becn to mf nnd mine. EverandslwaynlhaLkiiig you, the dlscoverer ofthemndlclnHihatsnvedourliveaaDd aye us health and ftrength, I slucercly beitoremaln, Viry thankfnlly vnnrs, etc , ' illtS T.H.bllKBIDAN, P. O. Box 314, Holien , Orai go Co . N. I , UP. VAFT'S i i.....,th c.minrr nslr eactl int iui iwuiij"""o , i nnMfHll J UeVOUtiasi.VUU im.i,- - .. ... . -ni oii yrri li uu uuuti ui iutiv.v St3 SilTui CUC ,nA It tr, Asthma. mailto anyAsthmasuffe r'ratrmlb ot le soia by druBciiti. Dr. Taft Bro3. M. Co., Rochester.N.Y CMSEETHEV1RTUES OLD HONESTYis acKnowI edqed to be trje purest and TT)ost lastinq, piece cf Slandard Chewing Tobacco on themarKet.Trxing it is a better test than any talK about it. Giveitafair trial. Your dealer has it. IHO. FIHZER&BROS., Loulsville, Ky. 1 1 1 1 && HAnnouncement. 1 1 I 0 3 0S I $ llavlns eompleh'd our new Ktorn wh havc inadtf Iari;o pnrchaeH of new pni d and we lntend to ftell them for what they r woflh I.arjie iale andfmall prufltM is our urntto All g' 0i arn guarnntcedas representcd II you are lu want of trf g n n 2 ev n ri 1 HATS, nrrttttttfntwffttn rnr nll acp. mnlrt nr frmile. In factanythinjrusually kept iii a flsf clam coun try clothlng or shoe st.'re. Wo Invilc jon to give us a call and we will try to show you goods and niake you prlccs that It will be hard tn flnd ouf tldoofourstnre. andwowlshto s.iy rlpht here, that we rrenn what wo hay, and If you will favor uwlth aeallwe tUlnK e.:an eonthii'e you nflhe fact thal we nre hero to do biiincs. and don t you forgct It. Il-member the pUcc, S000S0000 Jx3 0000000 00000 000000000 0000 0000 00000000 IYOHTHlwuiUN'br.ewbioreJ: X vnDTti nrvvivr:Tii"C VT Z00000000000000 RANGES Ye?.mvstockran7etall through tke Ilnes of stoves. hardware. wooden. plass and tinware. Ealnts. olls. vnrnlshes. bmhrs, cutlery and an andred aud one other articlea Ihat would take the broad side of a newspaprr to enumerale, but I speciauy wnm to cnu your nviciuiuii ... RANGES! Tho celebrntcd "New Houjchold" of linjh grade, the "Cyclone." of leser grnde and the dandy "4 hole "old Coln" that kcIIs for little money. I am also aconi for the celebrated "Stow art Stove." nnd other flrft-clais cookers and neatcrs. J ne wise inan utmic uo ui - RANGES fF M. PAlnta.i Olls. Varnlshes. Bni'hes. paints, Carriage palnts. Cudery. farmcrs', butch- ers' anu carneniers iwiw. huw ucn v-.. my stock, And the man who nevor dlsar RANGES! IIIs most economic plam alwnys intervlewgme when hli wthes reverl to llelt and Laclna, by Jliuuiu in iiii. irun, wi-i'T-i. Thimlt Is that Wintlow.the "Old Itellable." rear RANGES ! And mnkosflt the sunulr to the demand am thenrie to tho artlcle Sefahl 42b MAIW STREET. w . - . iwm uhiwvm xi. w r . - .vi. rnred vnn of RE3 HB3 Om indprot?. 1 3 t i li 8 M WiNSLOW , ti va ui . r n irz:i r. iij i m w a mn tm I m UV I I.fl IL.I I Jaar