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VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1882.
For tlie Vermont Watclunani. SONOS IN TIII8 NK11IT. M. . II. lt. Orrr ttie hllla anl Talleya rilrkeraUitlaatfatntrarl Ont throttllli the gatw of ilalkneaa Fltfrt!)d)lnglr. Unj atiall walt for morning Krtlt ahall glact our e. e,, Countlng tlie aeary watcliM. ruilnn tln nlglit Itli ilgtii. HcnrM wlll growr falnt wltli walllng, Ejw wlll grow dlm wllh tfan Orer our wwh heart-norlnga Tower Uia illroat feara. Itark I tbrongli the allll ntgbt walcli.., ralla on onr ll.l'nlng par., llrownlng Uie plgtia of the walclierft, Mnalc from clher aiilieroe. Soogs wlilch the aogcla brlng ua Out of tha far auayt Ethoca of lipavcnly ruu.lc, Cheeilng the tlme tlll day. Only the loi tng cMMrcn, Kear to the Father'a heart, Catch all IU an eeleat moanlng, Hear the mttiuteat rart. All who wlll chooie may hear tliem, Songs whlvh the angels brtng. AH wbo wlll cliooae tnar Joln Uiero, Ilcavonly aongi may elng. Klgbta may bo tong and droary, Long tie the tlme ere llght Dnt aoula may draw near to hearen, In aonga yvhlch are glven by ntght, Opliiloiis nnil Coutlclloiis. Bftld an ominent German genlus : " Whlle I waa standlng before the catliedral of Amiens with a friend who, with mlngled fear and plety, was regardinc that monu ment built with the strcngth of Titans, and dccorated with the patience of dwarfs, ho turnod to me, at last, and Inqulred; ' How does lt happen that we do not erect such edificea in our day 7" And my answer was : ' My dear Alphonse, the men of that day had convictlon?, whlle we moderns havo only oplnionsj and somethlng moro than oplnlons are requlred to build n cathedral.' " llowever this reply may be regarded, lt ex presses a thought-provoklng dlstinction upon which we might ponder a full hour with profit. Tlie difterence between opinions and convictions, as here used, is chitfly the dif ference between the shallow and the deep, between indifference and earnestness, be tween languid essent and positire, living, stlrring faith ; it is the dillercnco between " I think " and " I believe." It is o wide dllTerenco. Opinions and doubtloas worth somethlng. They inark a being higher than the brute. They Indicato somo power of teilectlon. They suggest possibllities. They show majestio realities, as a shadow shows substance. Dnt " I think " is only a shadow, after all. " I think " is a dreamer, " I think " is a thlstle-down, a weather-vane, a fourth-rale force or no force at all, an un- derling, characterless.uninlluential, possibly worse than useless. " I thluk " never won a battle perhaps was never known to fight oue. " I think " never built an institulion, never wrought and suSeredfor others, never preached a cruaade, never went to Worms, never salled from I'alos nor from Delft Ilaven, never bled at llunker Uillnor starved at Valley Forge, never publisbed a Lilerator, nor went to India as a Christlan tnisslonary. " I believe " has done all these things and numberless more. " I believe " is man in the image of his Master, only a little lower tnan tne angels, almost dlvlne cnargea with the forces that Burmount obstacles, destroy error, and scale the hights ol ueaven. " I believe " has done everything worth the doing that has been dono sicce first the morning stars sang together, and the sons of God shouted for joy. "I believe " is the klng, crowned or uncrowned, of the world's mougm and action to-day. 111s is tne uan ner for us all to follow. Morning Slar. A Wonderful Ilyinu, " AU ball the pou er of Jeaua' name." Edward 1'erronet, the author of the tnost Inspirine and triumphant hvmn in the J'.niT' lish language, is a benefactor whose history is but little knowu. IIo was a tnan of great humilitv of character, but was sustained amid many viclssitudea of life by an all vic- torious iftim. iie was a sonoi itev. m cent I'erronet, an excellent English clergv. man of the old echool, who was vlcar of shoreham lor ltlty vears. lle lelt the tablished church in early life, and became a Methodisr. IIo was a bosom friend of llev. Charles Wesley, In whose diary men tion of him may bo found, beginning about tne year iiou. tie was one 01 tne preacu era appointed under the patronage of the countess of Iluntingdon, and, addlng an ardent zeal to a humble and sympathetio nature, his labors in the mlnlstry were for a tlme attended with marked success. But I'erronet was at heart an opponent of the union of church and state, and at last pro- duced an anonymous poem entitled the "All' tre." a keen satire on the natlonal establisb- ment. This bostility brought him under the displea&ure of the countess. Ilesevered his connection with her society, and became me pastor ot a small congrecation ot diS' senters, to whom he preached tlll his death, which took place in January, 1702. His death was triumphant, and is an evidence of the alucerity of the piety which inspirtd his rapturous bymu. II19 majestio faith seemed to 11ft his soul above the world, and to antedate that coronation day when the cherubic hosts and the redeemed sbould His dying testimony was : Olory to Ootl In the helht of bli tll lnlty 1 Olory to tlo.1 In the iletttt of hU liuinanlty I lllorjr to lloil ln lita all-aumultncy 1 L'nto bla liantla 1 comiiienil tny Piilrlt." I'erronet composed a number of sacred poems and hymns, as ezpresslons of his own re ligious experiences and sentimcnts, without intending tbem for publication. They were printed by the request of his frlends, In joo, unuer me ime 01 "uccasionai verses, .Moral and Sacred, publlshed for the Instrnc tion and Amasement and the Candidly Se- nous anu uengious. seieciea. Christlan Jlarrlagc. The Ixmdon Church Quarterly lltvuw closes an able article upon this subject with the following forcible and timely thoughts. The upshot of all we have written Is to im preeB, as earnestly as we are able, on all who may read lt, this great fact : that, if in all these sacred matters we will not be gov erned by the law of God, there is no other law by which we can be governed but that of the unruly wills and allectlons of slnful men. Whitner these may lead us we have slightly Indicated, not daring to say all we might have said. AVe are flrmly convinced that if once we let go the law of God, there Is no sure resting-place for our backslidlng feet, till we fall into the abyss of corruption. Of course we ehall be told it Is of no use to resist : that we cannot roll back the tlde of of " progress " and " liberty," that we shall never, at tbis tlme of day get men to go back to the trammels of " superstition " and the leading strings of the " nursery." It may be so. It will be no new thlng in the eartL if perverse and ungodly men persevere to the end, and prevail almost to the end. Wbat they are permitted to do, that no donbt they will do. Our duty is to be true to our heavenly Maater and Ixrd tbrough evil report and good report, through honor and dishonor, That is all. It is enougb, God knows j may he grant us to be a " faith ful unto death." SIu ot Thoughtlessncss.- It ls Bometimes urged aa an excuse for such words, and for passlonate deeda wblcli do war against the peaco of our household, that they were done ln thoughtlessness. And they otten are, and God, we believe, often forglvea the folllea of our youth. Ilut the slns of youth are stns, and David ln manhood prayed a rrayer that many a Christlan has prayed In angulsh after blm ! " Hemember not the sins of my youth I" And what husiness haa a man to bo thought lesa ln the face of (iod's inviolable and eter nal laws, whose eolemn elliciency la re corded ln the wrecks and disasters of everv day ? What rlght has a man to be thought- less m an lusuiuiion wnere ne was placed to learn to think ? An Illustratlon. I hnTA IlAAril tllAt. ln tiia tlaaarto .t.an the earavans are io want of water, they are aoouswmeti w sena on a catnei wllli its rider some dlatance in advance then after & llttlfl anAJn. fnllAura onnHia. anA kAn a short interval another, As soon aa the nrm, iuuu unos waier, almost uelore he Btoops down to drink, he shouts aloud, peaU the word, " Oomel" whlle the neareat n.ln lalraa .n lt r I. n . "b' i' vry, "bomei oo m that Vfirsa of thn Rnrfritnrn Itia UnUU nn.l tho brlde say, first to all, "Comei" and tliAn lnf lilrn thnf liAaralh md II (ama .11 1 ... . . . ....... ... j vuiugj nuu whoaoever Is alhlrst let him take of the water 01 mo ireeiy. npurgeon. TitosK that venture in a good cause, with a goou ueari, are unuer me speotal protoo tion of a good Uod. WE DO NOT CLAIIYI that lloon's SAltsArAiiiUA wlll curo cvcry thlng, but llio fact thatontlio purlty nnd Tltaltty of tho Wood ilcpcnil llio llgor and hcaltli ot tlio wliolo systctn, nnd tliat illicaci ofvarlous klnds ls oltcn only tlio lgn tliat natuto Is trylng to rcmovo tlio dlsturblng causo.o ato naturally lcd to tho roncliuton thatarcmcdy that glvcs lifo nnd lgor to tho Wood, cradlcatcs tcrofula and otlicr Im purltlcs Iromlt.as lloon's SAiisAt'AitlLLA undoubtcdly docs, must ho tlio meani o( lro vcntlnn many dlscascs tliat would occur without lt uioi hcnoo tho lletd ot lt iifiil licMia uulto nn cxlcinlod onc, and wo aro wairantcd in rocomnicnilln It for all dc raiigcinciita if tho jyatoni whlcli aro causcit by nn uiiiiatural slato ol tho Wood. Why Suffcr with Salt-Rhcum ? Mrsns. C. I. Iloon St Co., lowell, Hass. (lontlcmon-I mi n, Krfat anttcrcr from Palt-ltlicum on my lhnbs, lor v ilozcn j rars rrcWmis to tlio iirnmer ot 1S.6, at w' .cli llmo I wai ciircit by Ilood's Haraaparllla. Tlio skln would bccomo Ury, cliap, cracK own, Mocd nnd llcli ntcnply. c tliat I cuuM not bclp acratchljg. lilh pt courao mado tlicm or. At tlio tlinp I com incnccd taklng lloocVs saraapar lla (In llio miinmcrot 18T6) they wero toliail ttmt llicy dlicliargcd.nnd lwas obllgcd t;i kco n thcni baiulagcd wllli llncn clotlis. Tlio ak n was drawli m tlgiit by tlio licat of tlie Iseaw that If I atnoiicd ovcr tlicy wonld crack tjnon and actuallvrlnir tcars lnto my jvcj. Tho llrattKittlo TK'ncfifed mo so nnicli Jliatl con tlnucd taklng lt tlll 1 was cured 1 iwd oiio boxof Hood'aOlhoOlntment.torellcto tfio Itf lilng. I loplnii many otlicrs may loarn tho taluoof lloc'd'starsaiiarllla and rccclve as mucli bcncllt ns 1 liavr, I nm, VcrytrulyiJto,.r,,s Mom)yi No. 75 llroadway. Lowell, Mass., Jan. IS, 1S78. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by drugglsts. I"rlcol, or slx for $3. l'rcparedby C. 1. 1I00D & Co., Lowcll,Mass. WILL CERTAINLY CURE Conghs, Colds, Hoarscncss, Sore Throat, Broncbitis, Influenza, Asth mit, Wlioopin Congh, Croup, and every Affection of tho Throat, Lungs and Chost, including Con stunption, Sold by all Drnggists. HARLAN W. KEMP, Law and Collection Ofllce (Wrrn S. C. Siiciitleff), Montpelier, ------ Vermont. SPRING AND SUMMER DR GOOPS ! Just rcccived, a large and handsomo assortraont of New Goods. Dress Goods in all tho ncAV styles Moire, Surrah, Ilhadcmes, Silks and Satins, Nuns Voilings, Buntings, Hen rietta Cloth, Imperial Serge. We offer special bargains in Black Silks and Caslimeres! Gloves. Hosiery, Prints, Gincliams. Our stock of Table Lincn, Napkins, Towels, Counterpanes, Cottons and Tick ings, is full nnd complete, which we know are cheap at the price we offer them for. All are invited to call and exam- ine these goods before purchasing. WE CUARANTEE THE LOWEST PRICES. II. S. LOOMIS, Main Street, May MAGNIFIGENT D1SPLAY OF Spring and Summer Goods! Kilfs DiTGooftrEstalilMiueut! N"ov opening, full lines of been surpasscil Dress Goods is spceinlly attractivc on account gnnt styles in all tho new Fabries and Colors. A full lino of Nuns' Yeilings, which aro vcry popular this scason. Plain and JJutu xjuuuiiyrj 111 .111 uututH, J.' natcd Bcigo, Serges, ctc, etc. Large Assortment of Black Silks which bent anything in prico and qunlity ovcr ofl'cred in this sectioii. Any lady who is thinldng of huying a Sillc Dress, al though sho inay livo in tho romotcst part of Washington County, should not fuil to oxamino thcso bargains. Prices on this ijnk op Silks $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. I am ollering extra ordinary bargains in Black and Colored Cashmeres, 40c to $1.00 Trimming Goods to inatch Dress Goods. faurali, aiul itliatlcmas bulc ; burali and l'liun Satui Leon, ctc, ctc. IMy assortment of Spanish Laccs, P rins. Ornnments. Frincf'H. Di'nss Hittinnu. liililinna 'I'l j , 0 surpasses any ovcr shown m llus Ilouse 3J,iiiiiiliiiiv Goods! This dopartmcnt is full of bargains iu Tnblo Lincn, Napkins, Doylics.Towcls, Crashcs, Countoi'pnncs, doublc-width Slicotings, Pillow Caso Cottons, otc. Special bargains iu PAISLEY AND STRIPED INDIA SHAWLS! rnilfrillfr (Vnin S7 OCl ii SllS T)f) Aliw liulv in iviii.l nf n Slinwl should not fuil to oxamino Iheso SUN UIVTBREI.I4AS and PARASOLS! Ouitain and Laiuhrequin inatcrials, Noltinglnnn Laco CretonncH in dado pnttcrns, Canton Flannels, nollands, etc, ete. Stantlard Prints, now styles and warranted fast colors, at 5 cents ; bcst dress styles, 0 1-4 ccnls. M. M. KNIQJIT. N. H. DOWNS' VEGETABLE flUUG Elll 1 A HURH CUItK FOK Coughs, Colds, Whoopinff-Cough rvna nn Ltxms uiaofieoe, When taken In seanon. l'oople dle ot con lumiitlon pimply becAUso ot neRlAct, whon tlie timely use of thia remedy wonld liave cured tliem At once. rifiyono yenrs of confitAnt uso provoa tlie fftct that no cotiRh tcmody has stood the tett like Downs' Kuxm. Trlce 35c.. fiOo. nnd 81.00 ier Uottle. Xr. 33a.xtei"'H Mandrake Bitters! Wlll cnre Janndlce, nrapopala, Lltcr Com plalafji, Indlgestlon, ana all Dlsoaacs arlatnf; from llillouancas. l'rlco 25 centa per llottle. Henry & Jobnson's I'OR MAN ANII I1HAST! The moat perfect Llalment ever compounded. Prlce 2i and CO cents. Tbe Three AboTe llellable Ale,lclnea Should be kcpt In evcry household ready for use. For sale by all Drugglatn. llKHnY, JOllXSOX .t lOni), 1-rop'r; BonLi.wroN, Viuoioirr. JAWKILES pearHne GREAT IN VENTION FOR WASHIUQ AND CLEAUSIUG In linnl or floft water, WITHOUT SOAl'.and Tlthout ditnf;cr to tlie llnedt fnbrlc. SAVi:S TIMi: nnd LAIIOK AI.IAZ1N0LY, iod is rapldly comipg lnto eneral use. Sold by all Crocersl but beware of vlle counterfelti. Iu great lucress bringj out danRerous lnilta tlons, but ri:AHLINi: (a the only iafe article. Alwaytbearsthetaaunc of Jamei I jlo, New York, $72 A WEF.lt. t1 & A&r &t homA. pI1t maile. CoeLIf outfltrrM AddrM TKT'E A 00. Anfmt Viln. Montpelier, Vt. 17th. nciw goods which havo nover in varicty. Our Departineiit of tho unusual displav of ele- I UllUll 1' OlllL'H, IlUVlOHH, J.UI1IU1- A AVatcred, Brocado, is, batin do 'asscmentc- oh. nnllni' ; J " section goods. A coinpleto stock of IV LIFK WEHR A IIANC1UKT. a r-aiEirotx. It Llfa wara ft banquet, ftnt Ileanty wera wlne, Anit Belng tl6 oiip 16 oodUIii It. What ilnty tiad man, aa.e at Maa to rrcUna, DMnk dwiilj and nerer dlMaln It If Mfe were ft tianrinct and ItMiitr were wlne, And lleloii ttie cnp to contAln lt? It Life were a baninet, and Qlorr were wlne, And Taln were the elronff bowt that held lt, Wontd any man pana ere be qnaffo,!, or replne At the roet, thougli hla beart'a blooil bad awelled Itf lf Mfe were k banfiuet, and txve were the wlne, And pnre llpa alone touched the challoe, What aottt wonld refuw for a drangbt ao dlrlne, Topnrge tlMlf v.bol1y from mallrof Ilat Life 1. a bamiuet and Lore la the wlne, And pnre llpa alone touch the challoe I Slgnal, Tho Mquor Trnlllc. It Is a curlous thlne that Intelllcont men should dlffer ln oplnlon as to the wlser and truer pollcy to ue atlopteu uy society towam the llqnor traflo prohlbitlon or llcense. Kirst of all to determlne what this pollcy should be, we need to determlne what the relalion is of theliqunr tralTio to the general welfare. Is lt good or bad ? Is it partly good and partly bad 7 and if so ls lt more good than bad, or more bad than good? Tlaving settled that, lt secrna to me there can be no dllliculty ln determlnlng what pollcy the state should adopt in relation to it. We say the liquor trafllc is all bad ; there is no gooa auoui it ; it is so tmu in its m fluences upon tho common weal that notli Ine can be worse. The evlls cominc from It to every publlo and social interost are moro and greater than those which atise from all other sources of evil comblned. No one has ever denled or doubted this so far as 1 know. Mr. Hladstone leccntlv said of it: "More evlls come from lt to the pcople than from war, peatilence and famfne, those three great scourges of the human famlly." Chlef Justlco Uavis said : "It all the evlls of whatever kind were divided lnto flve parts, the Hnuor traffio would be responslble for f our of them." No oce denles that all this latrue of the relation of the linuor traflio to the cenoral welfare. This belng so, what should be the pollcy of the state in relation to lt. The law has forbidden lotteries and lottery ofTices i tho manufacture and sale of obscene books and pictures; gambllng houses; housea of 111 fame. Why? Ilecause thelr iufluence is bad i they are inconslstent with the general welfare. This pollcy towards these indui tries is universally accepted as wise and rlght. The llquor traffio Intllcta upon tho communlty a thousand fold more evil than all these comblned. We say, therefore, it should not bo licensed, estatillsheu ana pro tected bv law. but should be forbidden and suppressed. It wagea deadly war upon every Interesc ot natlon, state anu peopie. j'.very body knows tliis to be true. Then why can anv intelliirent man oblect to the rolicy of prohlbitlon ? The reason they glve and the only one ls, that prohlbitlon, wherever lt has been tried, has failed to dimlnlsb the evils of the traflio to any appreciable extent. l'ol Itlclans say this : toleratlon of the llquor trsflic wlll promoto the interests of tbeir party, they think. Some doctors of divlnity say this : prohlbitlon is a reproof of tlieir drlnklng faabits. Ilut this ls all falae, who ever says it. In all the history of prohi bition in whatever country and it has a history of more that thirty years there has never transpired ono Incident which could cven givo color to the assertion that it had been a failnre. On the contrary, lt has been and ls an instruraentality of great good every w here. In England there are more than fourteen hundrcd parishes where the liquor traflio ls prohibited and in every one of them, the rrsult has been wonderful for good. In Scotland and ln Ireland, there are many locallties in which the trsflis has been forbidden bv law with the same result. In all Scotland and iu all Ireland, ezcept five large ctties, the grogshops are suppressed on the aunday with most benencenc resuits, and at the last session of narliament, a Sun day prohibition bill for Wales was passed almost tinauimously. The benefils of this rolicv for Ireland and Scotland led to that, and now Sunday prohibition for Kugland is actlvely pusned. At tne last session 01 par liament, also, a resolution in favor of local ontion was passed bv a maiority of forty- two, and Mr. Gladstone has promised to brlng In a bill embodying that principle. In all Knglish speaklng countries, there is a strong movement for this adoption of the policy of prohibition to replacethatof license. The llquor traflio Is war 11 against the church, the library and the Echool it isone pnase ol tne wariare Deiween ueaven anu hell." Chatles Itaxton, member of parli.i- ment, said tbat. lt is the " wholesale vols- onlng of the peopie ; it drives them to hell like sheep." Jolin Wesley said that. " The liquor trafllc is the gigantic crime of crlmes." Senator Morrill of Maine said that. Kvery body knows that all this is true. If this great sin, shame and crime be continuf d, let it to against the law aud ln spite of it, and not estannsnea anu protecteu Dy law as in those states where it is licensed. Ntal Dow. A Drlnklng l'alncc. Here is what a New York correspondent has to say of lliree men whose names were once promiuently associated : I dropped in the other evening at a place which might, but for some of its surroundings, bo mis taken for some temple of ait. At its en trar.ee stand lofty t'alm trees, and tofas up holstered in natural f ur invite the pedestrlan to rest. 1'assiog on we enter a rooru ele gantly fitted up, and its walN hung with paintings. A Ilouguereau bought at a re cent sale for 10,000 was destined for this bar room. Yes. it Is a bar room we are in i tlie most gorgeous driuking place in thix city, fitted up, itis sald.at acost of S80.000 It is connected with the Iloffmau house, and its proprietor is Ned Stokes, the murderer of Jim Fisk. Tlie room is divided by a double bar, each couuter being attended by half a dreii men, while small tables and chalrs are provided for thosn cuitomera who wish to slp their drinks at leisure amid the luxurlous surroundlngi. Nine years have passed slnce Stokes was convicted of tlrn mimer crime tnat seni inm, not to tne gai lows, but to a short term in state prlson. IIo waa a Iucky roau to get off so cheaply. If ever a premedltatcd murder was comtnit ted, it was by Stokes. Ilut his lawyers, by artfully contrived delays, allowed the first severe judgment of the public to die away. anu tnen iook auvantage oi a ieeiing oi thankfulness that Fisk was put out of exist ence. Many things in the financial world would be dlfferent tonlay had Stokes' bullet sought out Oould instead of his partner. It was common talk when the deed was com mitted, that the active man, the " brains " of the firra, was gone, and that Gould would alnk back into obscurity. Never was a greater mistake. It was Fisk who equipped a regiment, bought an opera house, owned n whole company of l'rench actresses, and caused tho envvof tho common crowd when he drove his gllttering equlpage through the patk. It is (Jould, seldom seen in public, and, when seen, unknown to the populace, 3ulet, uool and calculatlng, who makes hun reds grow into mlllions, holds thousand of mllea of railroads and telegraph in his grasp, and moves the stock uiarket up or down at his wlll. A riijslclan's Tcstlmouy. Ono more plea remalns to bo cocsidered the allegatlon that the consumptlon ot beer Is coiiducivo to bealtli. In this connec tion Sir Henry Thompson, a distlngulshed Ixmdon physiclan, says : " The habltual use of fermented linuors to an extent far short of that necessary to produce intoxication, and such aa is common in all rauks of soci ety, Injures the body and dimlnlshes the mental power to an extent which f think few peopie are aware of. Such at all events is the result of observatlons during more than twenty years of professlonal life, de voted to both liospltal and prlvate practlce. Tlms I havo no hesltatlon ln attributlng a large proportlon of tbe most dangerous mal adies which come under my notice, as woll as those which every niedlcal man has to treat, to tho ordlnary and daily uso of fer mented drink taken in the quantlty which is conventlonally termed tnoderate." Tnr. chlef of tollce for Jersey City in his annual report calls attention to the alarmlng increaso of druukenuess among boys, aud suggests tliat the city provide a law to pre vent the sale to mlnors. Kven men who have no sympathy with the moral improve ment of uiaukiud are disposed to actiou be cause of the trouble vlce causes. l.iko the unjust Judge, thoy wlll act becauso of the anuoyance caused. SusiiTUAitY I,AW8. Commeutiug upon tlie famillar cry nf "sumptuary laws " as against prohlbltory llquor leglslatlon, Judgu Agnew of IVuusylvanla, sajsi "The mau who speaks of suiupttiary laws in connec tion with the piolilbltloit of tlie publlo evil of ilruukeiinoss tseither au ignoramus or it demagoguo." A naiiokai total absUnonco society lias been orgaiilitd iu SwiUorlaud to stay the tlde of drunkeuuoiw aweoplug oror tho laud. -Jtw tlvtrihtmmtn. AmputatiqnoftheLeg, Th.Dlit l'mllr I'hnlclnn nt FllH-tlr. llavld Kenrieilr tlie Hucceaaf ut SurKcon. Money Is thennlvaraalneceKslty, andnonehuta cjnlo or a fool wlll aflect to denplee It. Mr. Akram Kllsworth, of Pott Kwen, Ulater county, N, Y,, had reallzcd this trntli. Illa dlaeaae Involvcd the wholeofhis thljth-boae, and the sufTerlog tnan looked forward, not without apparont reason, to death as his only dollverer, llls (amlly phyalclan refnaed to amnutate the llrafa aaserting that tlie opcrntlon would klll the patlent on tlie f ot. I)r. Dacttl Kennedy, ot Iionuout, N. V., who was con- sulted, held a dlfTereat oiloton, and amputnted tliellmb. The Doctor then admlnlstcrod treely hla great Ulood Spoclllo FAVOKITK ItKMKDV to aftord tone and strength to the syatem, prevent the return o( the dlseaae, and Mr. l'.ll.worth re malas to this day ln the bloom of lioaUli. This gentlemnn's dlaease was the ofTaprloff ot foul blood, and Kennedy's FAVOIitTI'. IWMKDY purl flcd the blood and restorcd to him tlie power once more to enjoy his llte. Are you suflerlng from any dlsease traceablo to the aame cause ? Try Favorlte Iteraedy. Your drugglat has lt. ONK DOLLAK a buttle. Ilear ln mlnd theproprletor's name and addrcss: Dr. Davhl KHNNr.DY, Iton- doot, New York. Or the Same Formvla at a Liquid. MME. AUOUSTA IIR.IT.VS Vcgctablc Tonic Cordial 11m wrotmht k rcform ln the (rcftlmpnt of Chmnlc Krmale WwtktiMrv iltulTiB Ihe pftrt nlilmi ywini. Thpre ln no coiiitjllcatlon of lliew ronimon TunUilif tlint thtn rnncly do not rem h nnd cnrc Ttipro tn but on voioa rpitnnllnjc IU nicrttri, tliat of iinlrPNtal prnlfw Mr. Hnrtih l)itrtliier of rtmbrldfjEP, ItaM.wn curwl of rtroiwiiial fnlnrwme'nt of th nlni, f iwntitvd liemorrhK, anl creialliiii pnlni Mrn. M. of ftoibiirr. Mm.. of cIironlcnitui'trTmfnti )ln. II. of Waltham, Mhmh.,o wlrerallon an) prolapana. Tbe nauiea of the cuml flll a volnnii. HrnA for iiaiiiplil't. ltter with atamn appwerwl by lady tiroiTttor, Itnyof dnijRtta, lf (KffKlblei ir tiot, e wM iiiall til)a on rm-f1itor prlre, $1 00 fer boii Mx Itoxtn, W. i'nnllal, $IM iwr iKiittet lKitllM.$l(H). Additull. V, TIIAYKH A CO., u irniiiitj i im e, iiunMjii, .iann, CEPHALINE, Coitihp1 of lilthy Vfftatilo aml (ral priwlnctlona. lt miMiIltK ihe lraln.tiprvea,ancl mnrleaith pcrfwt Aml rrmoMi from ttipin eiiinuntton aml dl-pnrfl. It ImtnmllatHy rnrpa Hlrk, emtin, nnl Kllloiin IlRAdaihf, l-plleirnT, ConvutRion. raralTKla, lly tlerU, HjM-plenftn, aml Inillnwttlon, iirn iiineiPi'Fl aim uoniiiimion. ii Iihm tlie annruval of hnniimln nf tiliTnl. Iiiiik, a nd li ttie fttweM of tliti t ko fr ervoit I'rontratluii. Seml for troofa nf nirM. Ilnv nf vr.ur rlrmnrlsl. ff ma. Hile( lf not, homII) mall lt on rnlr't of prW, Mrentn r tmxi ftlx lioxen fJ.V). Adilrwa '.'IIIAYKK A CO.,13 irniiie ince, iiOHton, aiam, Beware O F Fraud BENSON'S CAPCINE PLASTERS HAVE BEEN IMITATED, And thoir oxcollont roputation In jurodbyworthlos3imitatiorjg. Tho Publlo aro cnutioncd ngainst buy. ing Plnstors havmg simllnr sound ing nnmos. Soo that tho word C-A-P.C-I-N-E is oorrootly spoUod. Benson's Capcine Porous Plasters Aro tho only Improvomont ovor mado in Plastors. Ono is worth moro than a dozon of any othor kind. "Will positivoly curo whoro othor romodios will not ovon roliovo. Prioo 25 oonts. Bowaro of ohonp Plastors mndo with load poisons. SEADURY& JOHNSON, Mannfacturlnj; ChpmlataNew York. 1 -tllti: ItK.lIKIIY ATUVT. rrlroK.WI.. RMUU'SMedicaltdCORNlnil BUNION PUSTER. THE GREAT German tRemedy.M gTRUTHS FOR THE SICK. j For tboso Ucathly Ladlea ln dellcato ticaltb. xthn arn all rundoMTi, ibouMusoi juu. i 1.000 will hftTinlil ThaGlantDrBnon slalicurcd bvtislniTs tomcasoTvnero&CL PIICll 1IITTEK3 Wlll laotas'lstorcuio. lt aeTcriaua. Onpratiroi who ati closcly conflncd ln tho uillla amlvroTk Ghops: CIcrkB, vtho Jo not procuro euf flclent cxcrclao. and Clcanflo tho vitlAted blooavrben you Beora tt impurlties bnrata ,iuk iiirougu intj atun jinTimplcs, Blotcbca, nnd fiorca. Itcly on StrLriiua jUitteiis, anii ticolth irU Sol- fllUvlioaro conOnod m uoors, enouia uac sctrut'n Uitxeus ThCT nllt not tbCL low. BCLTinm BnTEna I Gtncral DebllltT nrlll curo Llvcrcom olalnL Don'tbodls. Uifl filJLPUUn UlT- Icouiajiod t U wlll cure rcns, and tou will you. Don't without a wlllbulldyomipond 'makayou itrong nnd bottlo. Try lt; you aoaiiay. Sulphur Bitters, Bfill's One Mlnute GureforToothachBKti?. I XTlce, twentj JlTO centa. liy-lillitgt.KmillilillH UluKtrt Iturliu Alauilrike, fattllliitfia and many of tfie tet mcdicinca known ate Iicrt com laiiedintoaiiiciliciiiQdr tucli varictl andcfTcciive rOwcri,fHtomAeilie("!reatcilllluuiirunrieiAttt Eeit Heallh and Strength Reitorer Ever Uitl Ilciuei Dyipsij, Kltciimatmni, Mefijleniieti, alldiicaket tf llia Sioni. h, HowH, Luns, Uvr, Kiic) nno au i rin.ns v-oinriuimi, IfV'U orowaninj nwiy wiin tonmmpibn or nvdiftejke. ttna tha '1 lnic la thv. II will mrelv heip j ou. K memlwr I II if Ur uprnor to liiuf n, Akciiccscf tiinctfr atiJotiiff 'I nu.i. a itbtut.li liplhaty-teni Mitlioitt (iiltuicaiiiig, jnc ntl$t liiei,ata!UteaIerindnn1. IS tt;cniiiiievithout iiljiialiirepf lll-t K & L .tN Y be J ti urculjr U.UitCB,IN(. IN IIUIINU THE IHJlXAn BIZIC. ASK YOUR n illalt WirM. "-" GROCER J R tn Qfl twrdarat bouta, Hanii)fM wuiih fl froii. J) J 10 iU l&lraaa BTiaaoa Co.. I'onlana, llauia. frmaiDtf. AJuiltvtl lor tHelwriliiirn4 rlrganl iHwfunM. rfr FalUto ltestoro Jrey or ladrd llalr to Um youtiiful cvtur. 14 cU, anU ) I all tlruf gUu. flT Tl JV MAKUS 1 M flsses pni iqu W UUIOII M W V J$tlwjir,timcnff. MRS. LY0I& L PIHKH1M, OFLYHH, MASS., LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8 VEQETABLS C0M?0UND. Ta ft TnwUlvo Tnro for all thn. ralnfnl C'Amplalala atid Wania ornmman tourlet frraale populatlan. Itvlllcur (ntlrtly tli woret foruiof FctualsCom tlalnta, all ovarlan troutlci,Inflmmatlon and Ulcera tlon, ralllni and Ilitaccnienti. and the eonMUcnt Bptnal WtakneM, and la artlcularly adafUd to tha Cfcanga cf life. It wlll dlaiotr aml irItumon from tha ntarutfn aa early atag of deelortnent. Tha trndency tocaa cfrout hnmon thrra la check ed verripwdlly ty Ita ni. lt removn falntnets, flatulency, dfrtroyiall erartnfr for atlniutanti, and rellATea wcakneM of tlt itomatli. It curea Hloatlnflr, Hdchi, Ncrfoua rroitratlon, Unral Detlllty, 81plManNI priircMlon and Iodl getrtion. Tbat ftUntr of boaring down, caniilntr pain.welght and bacltacht, la alwaya pcrmanfntly cured by Ita ma. 1 1 wlll at all tlmea and under all climmiUncta act la harmony with tho lawi that fforern tha f enialo ayitcni, Forthocareof Kldney ComplalnU of althcr aexthll Componnd la unurpMM. I.YDIA E. l'INKIIM TEOETAItLE COM I'OCNDIa prrrrd at 133 and U Woitern Avanua, Ljnn.MaM. Irlcatl. Sltlwttleafortl. Bentbymall tnthaform of pllU, alaolnths form of lownirca, on relit of prlce, Itperbox forHthcr. Mra.rina.bam frealyaniweraallletteriof Inqnlrj. Bend for punplv let, AddrcM aa above. Mtntlon thl lijer, No famlly ihould be without LTIlIA E, VlKUXUS LlVEIl PILIA Tht?y cure couitlpatlon, bUlouraar, and torpldlty of the llftr, Urnta r bos. r HolU by nll llrugglata.- FOR MAN AND BEAST. THE BEST EXTERHAL EEMEDY HlTEUEiTISK. NEURALGIA, GRAMPS, Sprains, Bruises, Bumsan4Scalds, Sciatica, Backacho, 1 Frosted Feet and Ears, and all other Pains and Achcs. lt Is ft mirc curc for Oalh, Stralns, S:rnt:hc3, Ecre:, la., on HORSES. One trial Avlll prove its mcrits. Its cflccts are INSTANTANEOUS Kvery bottlo warrniitcil to KU PltllMUUIIUII. OUIIU Wl' (Iroas fnr namrthlot. l'rlco 25 cts. nnil 00 eti- pcr uumu. ouiu uver ivulto. Uenrf, iotmioB t lord. Froprlttori, Dnrlinpton, H. LIQUID FOR BLOOD, BRAIN AND NERVES. rr a STJTEiiion NtmunvE itedi- . IUCII IN FII03PIIATES AK1) NOT CIIEAP. ALCOIIOLICDlllNK.1 JtichlT reoommendod by Chemlats and rbyalolana as A POS1TIVE TONIO, AUWAY8 ACCEPT ADLE ANO REL1ADLE, aa lt doea not atlmolata tho braln er Irrltato tho eyttcm and leavo deloUrloua cffccta, On tho contrary, lt furnlahcs Juat that which la neccaaary to tho braln, atrenffthona andquleta the ncrvoa. ptirlflea the heart'a blood, and thereby malcea only tho bcat floih, bono and muacio. ur 11 woriti wonocn, cnniif M.iml h and CK.M ItAK l)i:illM'l V, MAl.AlflA, I ol'Fl'hl t, I.NhDJl.M l. Produoea a healthy action of the lAvet and Kidneya, fortiiyinff the ayatem acalnst tho mlaaiTnaUa lnlluencca, and wlll bo found ln Taluable ln all pulmouary and brouchl&l dlftl eultlca. DEL1CATE I'EMALEa, NUItSINO MOT31EH3 and WEAKLY C1I1LDREN can tlndnoremedy eqiultothJa bealthfut blood and ncrvo food tonlo. t frroraale by all Druf. giata. I1.0O pcr bottlo. rrepared only by Offloo 10 rarlc Flaoo. New Tork City, 4 -ll-4i4c REMEDI ES. NOT FERMENTEO If you aro troublcd with IlYhPErHIA,! nauaco. hoavlnoM ln tho atoruach, llatulenc,i bnd taato Iu tlio mout h,f urml tonguo, hoadacho.l sMdltu'iM. fcli'CDloaancait. Irrltabllltr. doapon I dency or erncrnl deblllty. you wlll flnd apeedy I rtUtffln llUI'M AXI1 MAI.T lIITTliUH. I( you aro amiotod v.uh KIDMIV orl I-IVLIt DIHKAHE, with frtKiUont, dis-I eolortHl, burnlns or odoroua urtne. paia In tne I hack, or general laaaltude, no the aure cure MaR'ai If your llloodla Impure, joiir compleilonl olreulatlon aluifglsli, your vltat furcca eii-P fcelibHl.youwtll ftn.f naiit anil atrength InL IIIHN AMI MAIT IHTTKItH, If youl aro wt-akened and weru la HrRlti nr llody, I orntherrniio,klOI'S AM) MAI.T 1MT-I our lniRlt fr a 1' It V. V. JlOTTlalU , I DXt. HARDY'S 'S Naturo's Grand Assistant. Sufloreri from FemaleConialnU Amlaccrtaln nnltii reliefaivl iruiatint cure In Ur, llar ih ' W tiuutt'M Hiend " ItUa rtiuoly netnJixl nt tlio luiflmilnc of tbo real Hft) of wotiian, aa woll bh at Ita tuni aml ilecllno, It curei all tbat cliua orilineaitoa kuown ai FEMALE COMPLAINTS It bai bocn uhmI for nearlyfotty yeari, andls tbo aiaiiuuru remoiiy 01 iiiouaniiiia wuo anow 11a mer- lt. Hentl to proprlotori or your diwglat for rlr- 'iug ceruncatea ui iuu woimoriui curea v tbe Woinan'a KrlenJ.' ln ac orei of ruoa coimlilered liOlca bttfuro ualng tbla inodU Cloo, , Sold by drugglita iji'norally, (Jo O. Good Co., Jtoiton, Oeiicrul ARenta. B, UardyH proprlctont, CornbU riat.N. II Wlll 30119, TV BlBlBlBVillBlBlBlBH.aF'. B Cures Dyspepsla, Nervoui Affec tlona, Qeneral DebiUty, Fevci and Aguo, Paralyiis, Chronlo Diiirrhoca, Boils, Drorisy, Kumors, Fetnalo Com plttints.Ifvor Oomplaint, Remltteut Fevcr, nnd all diieases orlginating; in a bad Stato of the Ulood, or accompnnlod by Delillty or a low Stato of tho Syitem. S66 11 wtek ln yoar own lown. Ternia and lloulflt free, Addrona U UaLLlTT A UO.t 1'onUod, Mftlne, on TIIK llltOOK. I can rcmrmber how It threadM through Oay borderlM of cowatlpa on IU bem, And how the vloleta, like eyea of blne IJfted through dewy lear-dropR, greeled tbm. How, farther on, lt mnrmnred 10ft and low, Under the worn brldga tlie iwlft Rwallowa eklmmed, Then Mnglng, ran wllh glwful, babbllng flow, lU Utheaome hearf wltfi gladneaa overbrlmmed. 'XtAlh fraftrant plam-bongh'n fllcVerlng atiade It paMed, Ita dlmplol fingetn claaplng on IU way The arented anowflakf by earh llght wind canl, Untll, at lftat, lt tnade a qtilel May, MI1 rtisfy-wlllowi frlnglng the "Old I'ond," If ar cn of aporla anI pleflnnreii manlfold. Where unooiilh lortlen, of the auopihlne fond, In niUry boiua bllnkel at tlie Hiif' gold, We rhlldren, many a aumnier afteraoon. Wllh bare, brown feet partlng the granaefl cool, TrnTenwd lta courae, lel by IU rlppllng tune, To IU brtght renLlng-ptace withln the pool, There, on Ihe motneii carpetlng IU brink, We pUyed " keep-houw" wllh chlldlah, mlmlc prlde, Tlll Ihe low itin through darkenlng, leafy chlnk, Bped tiia laat fall Ing arrowa far and wlde, Then, band ln hand, along that welt-lored way, We hantenM home through tha twlUght Qcet, And crowned the glad houra of bappy day Wltb one moat preclous at our mother'a feet. Unfadlng memory of thoae early dayet Of all brlght brooka the merrlect and moat brlgbtl Ttioil atlll, ln dreama, doet comfort weary waj( KuU Uiy rolce qiiteU many a rwtlCT'i nlRbt, Onre more ttiy cool wavea wuh my bot, tlred feet) Oace more a cblld, wllh care-free heart I rove, As oft ln fancy with Uiom playtnatM aweet I nealle cloae agalnat the one I love, Thou etUl doet flow on, very near her grave ) To ua a falnl, yet flttlng pymbol glren Of the bleat, lorlng llfe-work tliat ahe gAve, Tlll ralled to make iweet aome green plare In heaven. And to thoae ftbnent once uhoae foot-tiiarki einall Have fadl from Uiy bannta, foraaken long, Theae broken notoa tby mnale may recall, Itlended wllh ecboes of thelr mothci'a long. Youiik I'otts' Mcnngcrlr. They had a terrlble tlme up at I)r. l'otta' the otber nlght, says the San Fr anclsco Post. It seems that little Arcblbald Potts had been holdlng a menneerle In the cellar for tbe benefit of thenelghborlng nTenlIes,and among other attractions had locked the Skldmore's blg yellow Thomaa cat, and the Iiazumbee's two Malteae Marla cat?, into the refrigerator to serve as royal llengal tigers. In tho coruer he had fenced In f our dogs with bed-slats ln a manner supfoied to be highly surEMtlve of crizzlv bears. A coat appcared as u Ilactrian camel, and a pet raccoon as a pantner. A trap full ol rats dia tluty as hy enns, -whlle the ornlthological department was represented by Charles Dlffenderfer's parrot and a couple of roosters. A garter snake ln a ralsln boz was billed on the alley fanna aa a tl fuatvioliiia ttra nnnBlttiAlAi. and made up a list of attractions that ei tracted the nickels from the Juvenile public in a manner that made the embryo Uarerly the proudest boy on Van Xess arenue. For cood anu sulliclent reasons, Master Archibald failed to confide the full extent of his menairerial enterprise to his parente. and, in fact. had brlbcd tbe Chlnesecook to eternal secrecy with a share ln the gate- money ana a scason ticKet. About one A, M., that nleht. Mrs. I'otts dlscovered that she was hungry, and elttlng np in bed, dellvered a feellng oratlon to l)r. I'otts as to the magnanlmity of his going lnto tne cellar ana eeetng lt tnere was any cold beef ln the refrigerator. After Dr. I'otts had stopped snonng long enough to resnectfullv but firmlv declino the nomina- tion, Jlrs. I. put on her slippers and pro- ceeded to aeeK tne sam reireanments. Jlrs. I'otts' candle was blown out as she descended the cellar steps somethlng that invariably happens, by the way but aa she was famillar with the basement topography she proceeded to group her way to the re frigerator, and raise its lid. Instantly what seemed to the horrified woman to be a ton of dynamite with claws exploded, and she fell over against the goat, which butted her clear across the coal beap, while the dogs bit her, the parrot pecked her, the roosters llew at her, tne rats scampered over her, and pandemouium generally turned loose its racKet to mtngie wun -urs. rotts- snriess, which were distlnctly heard in West Oak land, the wind being that wav. Ur. I'otts just at this juncture awoke from a dream. ln which he Imapiued him. self a stage coach being chased iu ahead of tlme by the Jnulans, and alter critically listening to Mrs. I'otts' performance for fif teen or twenty minutee he became convinced that burglars were ln the house, and that immediate, vigorous action was necessary. So, in order to convey the ezact idea of w hat had happened, he rushed into the garret, crawled out on the roof, and yelled murder at the top 01 nls lungs. When Olficer McGluckey arrived, Mrs. I'otts was just going into her nlnth fit among the I'otts' Gigantic Aggregation, with the raccoon chewing off her last toe and the garter snake coiled round her leg, wblle three membera of " F " Co., who boarded across the ntreet had gotteu out thelr rifles under the Impression that old I'otts was a house-breaker, and had fired three sighttng shots apiece attbe promlnent cltizen. It required four hours and the assistance of the eutire neighborhood to get matters stralghtened. And when Mrs. I'otts was to put to bed again, wrapped up in a sheet soaked in arnica, and all was tolerably se rene, it was discovered that Master Archi bald had disappeared during the riot, leav ing a note on his school slate to the ellt-ct that he proposed to hide in the park untll the thlng bfew over, and that if withiu three days a " 1'ersonal " did not appear ln the Post, requestlng him to return home and be forgiven, he proposed to go to sea and turn pirate. Sclected. Kllty and Almost. Kitty had a birthday present which ploased her very much fndeed. What do you think lt was ? A sandal-wood work-box from Uncle Curtis, with scissors, tbimble, needles, and everything it was proper for a comjilete wotk-boz to have. Itwasaspur to Kitty's love of sewing. She did not like the needle and thrcad be fore ; now she did. And Kitty undertook to hem a dozen towels. A dozen towels is not a pile, to be sure, but she well knew that it was only a stltch at a tlme, and a stttch at a tlme ls perfectly withln the compass of a small child to do. Kitty was on tne first towel, doing lt all herself, even to turnlng donn the hem, and had liemmed half of one end when she took lt to her papa. "1'apa," sho asked, "is not that hem even ?" 1'apa took his eyes from the newspaper, put them on tho hetu, then looked at his lit tle Kitty as much as to say " Do you think it ls, Kitty V" " Don't you think it is almost even ?" asked Kitty, guessing his meaning, and blushlng. " What is almost even V" asked papa, stroking his little girl's bair. " What is almost even V" asked Kitty, with a look of nurprlse. " Yes," answered he. Kitty thought for a moment, and her father waited for the thought. " It ls uneven," replied Kitty. " Yes," replied papa j " almost even is un even. The hem is uneven." "Then lt must bo plcked out and done over," said Kitty with a dlsappointed hltch ; ' I want to do it all rlght" "Of course," replied her father. " l'apa is setting himself up to be a great Judge of hems," thought Kitty inside. She did not think her mother would be so exact. llowever, slnce she asked him she could not do less than act on his judgment. Kitty went to her window-seat, picked out her stltnhes, which nobody allows ls pleasant work, and carefully began the second tiuie. She did not dare go beyond two stltcbes before cotuing to show lt. Iler father took the towel aud examined the hem. " This is even," he said ; " the slltches are iu a stralght liue, the wotk ls done right." And Kitty, l'm sure was more pleased than if she had succeeded at first, and much more thau lf her father had thoughtlessly said, " Very well," when it was done 111. " Kitty," said papa, taking her small hand iu his, " There is a stralght line running through life) on one side of lt ls the wrong slde, on the other side ls the right, aud everything is on one Bldeor the other, There is no such thlng as almost rlght. Almost right Is alwaya wrong, almost good is bad, almost true ls tintrue, a lie, as almost even is uneven." " Yes, papa," Kitty added, " aud an al most trfect lesson ls an Impcrfect lesson, I told the glrl ao. Ilecause if you mtss onco, you lose your place." "Kiactly so," said papa, "and as (Jod ls a truth-lovlug God, he llkes to have things called by their rlght names. Ileantaud to stieak the ttuth and see the truth, aud (u order to do eo we must be exact iu our words aud exprmslonn." SeltcttJ. Soi'iuiONiA " Can the weather prophe'a foretell suddeu ralnsloims in summer V They could, probably, if they know the datea on wliich Sunday-school picnlcs would be held. dvcriiucmcitb;. JJUOKH ANU HTATIONKKYI T. C. PMnncy, wonld reepectfally call the attention Of book.but era to the fact that he to oonatantly a dlng to his large and welt-eelected ttock of Hooka, all tbe NEW AND DESIRABLE BOOKS of tbe aeaaon, thereby keeiilng bto itock alwayt freab and attrartlre, Lnrjce bnyers, Sanday-nchoole and l'Dbllo LtbrarlMtfarnlslied at Riwcfal rat. School Books of all klndf fnmlahed to tbt trade at the loweat wboleaale prioM. WUITINO 1'AI'KHS, KNVKLOI'KS, and SOIIOULand COUNT1NO HOUSK HTATION- KKY of every deacrlptlon, eelUng at lower prloe than erer before offered ln tbli market Pictures, Engravings, OlinoMOa, I'lIOTOdltAl'HH.atKlan andlan T rlr 0 FANCI (1001)3. (lAStra, fjroqnet and Ilaas IUU O.Kxla, all cf wUdi wUl U aold at aatmlab- lnglf ow piicM. 61T Anv Book vou lee advtrllitd vSl lt itnt. oostpaid, on rectipt of price. T. O. PHINNEY. State Htrcct,. ..... . Montpelier, VI. H AUD W AHE! COEDAGB! Olass! Iaiixts! DOOES, SASH AND BLINDSI At wholesale prices at D. L. TULLER & SON'S, Montpolior, "Vt. Consumption Can Be Cured I Dr. WM. HALL'S FOR THE LUNGS. BALSAM Cures Consumption, Colds, Pneumonia, Influenza, Bronchial Diflkulties, Bron chitis, Hoarseness, Asthma Whooping Cougfi and all Diseases of the Breath Ing Organs. It soothes and heals the Membrane of the Lungs, inflamed and poisoned by the disease, and prevents the night sweats and tightness across the chest which accompany it. CON SUMPTION is not an incurable malady. It is only necessary to have the right remedy, and HALL'S BALSAM is that remedy. DON'T DESPAIR of RELIEF, for this benign specific will cure you, even though professional aid fails. HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE, Tho most Pouerful Heallng Oiutment aud Dlsliifcctant erer Discorered. Ilenrr' Cnrtmllo HhIto heals Itnme. Ilenrr'a Unrbolla Nnlve carcwi horfM. Ilenrr'e IrlM)llo HaWe Kllars I'ln. llenrr's Carlxitlo Nalve ruren Kruptloni. llenrr'e Carbollo Nalve hala I'lmplee, llenrr'e lrbollo ttalve heals Itrulaee. Aak for Henry'a and use no Other. CT" Hewaro of Conntrfelts..JH What its Said i AIJOUT IT. d vs . M i g G) Q r-f I ! G O (0 ca u -3 Di. Ibi IUtcr "Tbe txwt rpmeJy ever protlurni. You cannot atlord to be wltnout It," 31 BS. Him, St. AlbAns "It aared tlie llfts of mf cblld. I do not dart to be without lt." Mis. IlOTCf, Swanton "The moat f flcietit reiuedr ln Croup arvl Colda I evar UBI," J. R. Comstock, Cortntb " Two doaes cured my Cold," J. BiAiDiHT, Malone.V. Y. It avert ed Connumiitlon and prolonged mj life."" A. 1. ttcxTOM, ltrowntnuton " Tbe bwt meillclna we ever naed." We mar not be able to conTlnc joa bj argnmeot, or eTtn with twtlnjonl&Ia, but an eipetieiice lu the uae of a alngle bottle that CSTS 1IUT 23 CKNTS wlll aatbfr you of Ita efflcaxy, and add your niuue to the long llat of patrona. 10R SALE WITIt EVEUYWHERE. PATENTS! R. H. EDDY, No. 70 Stato St., opposlte Kllbr Iloston, Hecnrea TatenU ln the Unltrt HUtaa alao ln Oimt BrttaJn, Fnnoe and other fore'gn eoantiiea. Copiea of tbe elaima ot any 1'atent rnralahed by renUtUngonedoliar. Awtrameats reoordud at Washington. Ao Agtncy tn !JM UUtJ Statts f otKUti inFtrtoraettUitior obt.nntng i'attntioratcer tng (aj vate(ablitv cf tnvmtwni, U. U. EUUY, ttoUcttor of rfttanU. TRBTtatONIALH, " 1 rw&rd Ur. Eddr aa one of the imuf eatnthli ad ituf ctitful pracUtlonera with whom I have had officlal tnter- " loTratora cannot employ a iwreon more tmatworthy, or more capable of curlnj for thaiu aa early and faTorable oonaldflratlon fct tbe 1'ateot Offloe. EI1MUND BURKE. Late CommlMloner of fatenu," "Borrov, OtHober 19, 1570. " R.II4 EnOT, Eiq. Dtar Jir; Yoa procared for lue ln 1M0, my nrit patent. Hlnre then you hare arted for and advtaed uie ln nnndrada of fcax?w. and procured many ttanta, retMaee and eitennlona, 1 have oocaalonally em ploytsd the bMt ajtenme ln New York, Pblladelpbl and Washington, but 1 11111 rlra yon almoat the whole of my bualnaM, In yo Une, and ftdrtae otbn to employ ron. Yoiiratruly, UEOKUE DlLll lCK.- Boaton, January 2, 1S83. 3-7i I1 t TT IG Are you aware that moat of the JllJM.rj&i low-prtcl sl'ODL UdTTON la rliher short ln Lengtb, or only tMO-oord, nd poaalbly both? Mach that le 1bt!lel 200 yarda doee not oon taln over 130 ynnta, lalfr aU lt because they cau buy U cheap. and do DOt exiiect the chfat to be dlaroTrred, Tou attonld lnaUt upon havtDft the IIOLYdKK T II It K A I). every apoulof bJcn la warranted three uord, and to oontaln 2W yanls. lt la cheaixr for you at three centa h x than moat makea are al two centa. Hee that a ioorer artlole, on moat of which the manu facturrra are, pmM?rly. ashamad to aftlx Uictr namea, u not Impoattd ou you Uutead of lt, Irom tntRtd motlTea. E. N. SCOVILLE, jMontpolioi', "rt. AOI1XTSI AG r.VI'H! AtSIIXTSI CKN. IlOUUKri1 bran' D.w botk, Jtut jMUuAftl. .nlilll TIIIUTY.THIIEE YEARS AMONQ OUR WILD INDIANS li tbe nrtoirtl euuttv Tr offtrM lo you, lnlriMlucUna by .KV NllKlfUAN. 1hli.fcvrWuirarf, Wuwao4 ItWiWvot-k vubKlls alloth.ra lUta l.mit It tht Sat srJ Ima book cvrr publlihed. ff nUerait 1 0 tn tt(l nrd.ra o fiv. CrrlfflitA'NMrM'ifa prr$ WW.ui AUKM H U f1 lt. iutlttmt'C Jemlttrf iml hrtnt IWwt Jtn .Viv or rirclart la A. lf. WllllTlll.NUIUN Ai t ., Hartford. Vmm. ForSale. Therealtlenreof tbelate llon, Cartoe Cannler,conUt Ina of dwellitig-houae and lot on Maln atrret, In the vlllage of Barre, 1'rUwa uiwlerate, Credit glven lf dealrel. Ad IIa.ii Jewelvy HraldAlandnioiinUltnorderMttheolll goldl byilra. 0. M, 1'R t V.at L, 11, HuntlngtonV Hchool tSlrwt, Montiwllffr. Yeiinout. l-U ftMUK WIIITK Olt TINTKII IlltlSTOL ir UAItliH. wllh your nanie ueatly prtoud on them, wlll be aeol mat-nald Ibr only four t-oent uuu)wi aU ioki for atity centa, Addn-sa UN1UN UAKli CO., HUU BL, UonrpeUw, Yi.