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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1882.
JJjw ttvtrtistnmUs. $w ilvcrjisemenfa. ALL TI1E lUVKKS. All th rlTMi ron Into the M." Llk. lh. pnlalng of ft rlrer, Tne motlon ol a aong, Wlnd tne olden worda along Th. tortuona wtndtnga of m? Uiotistit whenem All tba rlTfra run Into Uie IM OronlltU.lfaplngrlver, Laogh on bfnealh jonr bremh I With ft htftrt M rtwp M deftlh, Slrong ilrtam, go patlfnt, rnT, and luullng nevtr, lalttwaldothaaea, " All tho rtrm ron Into tba aoft." Wh j tbe ittitlnii of rlm, Tha paaalon of ft lionl r Calm Iha ateroal waten roll Upon Uia aternal ahore, Boinewhen, whalerer Eloeka It flndl Uie . " AU the rlwa ron Into tho aea." 0 tbou boundlog, burnlng Tlrpr, Uorriiug henrtl-tawm To know (to one knowa Q ft dtpnni) That ln Uia walltng heart of God foreyer, Thott, too, ehalt flnd Uie aeft. -KUiahtlh Sluarl totlpt. CoiisUtiitloiinl I'rohlbltloii. The hlthcrto rapldly advanclng llne of the hosta of temperanco have thls fall en countered several eevere checks. It ls tlme to reform our lineB and reconsider our plan of campalgn. In Ohio tho party tliat stood for "no aumptuary laws" (comtnonly under stood to mcan temperance and Sabbath lnwn'i wnn a ereat victory. In Indiana the party that opposed submlttlng a prohibl tory amendment to the popular vote also trlumphed. In Kansas, Governor St. John, the reeular candidate of a party contalning three-fifths of the votera of tho state, hrts been badly beaten becauso he was a prohlDl' tlonlat. Tha lowa constltutlonal amend ment haa been declared null and vold by a i1ltrint ennrt. Now all eood citlzens. and especially all Christlans, earnestly desire the suppreeslon of the liquor trall'ic. Va rious religloua bodles all over tho country haye been of late commttting themselves to the aunnort of constltutlonal prohibltlon. Nearly all the recent actlve temperance propaganaism nas seemeu o ue uirecteu o the same end. The questlon to be consld ered now is, whether thla pollcy is on the whole the wisest. In the flrst rilace tlien. in vlew of recent events, it ls almost certain that none of the great central interlor states can oe carriea on that Issue. OLlo certainly cannot, with lior o-reat. cities. her laree German ponula- tion, and her requlrement that a majority ol all the votes east at a generai eiecuon ahall Buniwrt a nronosed amendment. A etatethat contalna such a clty as Chicago U very doubtful on thls issue in view of the small prohlbition majority in lowa. Indi ana, Wisconsln, Michlgan and Missourl are not to be counted upon with certainty. IIow, then, can it be wise to push the tem perance lmc8 Into proDaDie uisa9iroua ueieai by thls rarticnlar. rigid and somowhat doc- trinaire method ? We may be able to re- cover from a llull Kun of thls klnd, but uie eiperiment is dangeroua, and, unless nec essary, not to bo recommended. Secondly, if such amendments can be car ried at Dresent It must be by narrow malor itlcs. and only after such efforts as cannol be repeated year alter year. llut of course wo haye to depend on sullable legislative enactments toenforco the amendments whcn adopted ; and in tho absence of the determ ined efforts necessary to carry the amend ments, legislatures would inevitably be chosen that would rolltically nullify the will of the people. Ohio is one of the most in temperate and whiskey-cursed etates in the Union, ana that, too, ln spite 01 an anii-ii-coiise clanse in the constitution, and repeated eznreasions of the reople's will ln accord- ance with the constitution. Xothing what eyer is gained for temperance by constltu tlonal prolilDition uniess tne legisiaiurer will act in that interest. Coustltutional mandates are of small weight unless sup- ported by a decldcd public opinton. Thirdly, if legislative action could be de pended on, their enactments would fall in all the large cities, if we can infer anything irom tne mstory 01 temperance laws iot thirty years past. I'rohibitory laws hav been passed in dillerent forms in differen! states, amended and re-amended, but ac tual prohlbition of the liquor trall'ic has not yet been secured in a slngle large city, and in very few towns with more than 5,000 in- habitants. Ohio has probably 800,000 peo ple, or nearly a lourtn 01 nerenure popuia tlon, living in towns and cities where prohl bition could not at preseut be enforced, Illinoti hai a similar nonulation of nerhan 750,000, or more than a fifth of the whole. Very considerable urban populations may be found in all the other central stater, among whom there is no present reason for hoping that such laws would be cfDcientlv carried out. Jn what ccnceivauie wny sucn astate of thlnes would promote temperance, the common mind faila to realize. The spectacle of a fourth of the population de fying, or even successfully evading, a state law basod upon a constitutional amendment would be demorallzing in the extreme. Hural saloonisL'9 would learn the tricks ot their clty brethren, and would be embold ened by their suocofe, because the control- llng imluences radiate Irom the cities. Uural prohlbition would encourai7e citv pro hibitlon very little, because citfes do not take their ldeas irom the country. Under such a state of things, moreover. the employment of laws of a restraining and palliatlye character would be made dilficult ana unllKely. so long as men bave conii' dence in generai and sweeping measure they will not incline toward what they re gard as halt way meaaures. In Ohio the prohlbition party by its votes thls fall put itself in oppositlon to the taxation and aaDDatn laws, wnicn wouia uave greatiy ut minished the evils of tho liquor trall'ic ThatBeems to be the dispo9ition of the prin cipal leaders in the new " crusade." With them. it is all or nothincr. So plain are all these thlngs that some of the wisest of the friends of constitutional prohlbition suppoit it mainly becanse of its supposed euuca tlonal eflect. They say it will be a great gain to have a state declare tho liquor trallic a crime. even if actual prohlbition faila in the cities. The error here liea in the fact that predominant public opinion in many places does not admlt that liquor-selling is a crlme at au, ana the only eltect upon sucn communlties of a declaratlon of that klnd is to embitter them. Tbe people of tbe United States, by a large majority, would have de clared secesalon to be a crime in 1801, but the people of the south would not have ad' mitted it for a moment. Laws are always very poor persuaders ; not much better than jalla or reyolvers. I.aws formulate opinions aireaay estabiisneci, ana there their uselul ness in the realm of thoucht ceases. In fact, there is good reason for fearing that temperance is about to be woundedla the house of its friends, unless thinkine men and women use tbelr power boldly to re strain the present well-intended, but indis creet rush for constitutional prohlbition. Wise men are not often bold or self-conQ dent, but there Is abundant reason for mak- ing their yoices heaid. .Surely it is wottli whlle to avoid a series of losing battles foi temperance by taking up a posiliou that can be defended. In concluslon, it may be said that local option is a form of legislation that will edu cate. The superlor prosperity of towns and counties that are free from the liquor trallic becomes the strongest argument for prohi bltlon in towns and counties not yet eman cipated from that dread scoarge, provlded that people feel that the declslon rests with themselves. What is goingon in Kentucky may be expected everywhere under local option laws. Tbe uumber of communlties determined upon prohibltlon steadily grows under the persuaslve inliuence of facts. If ever Chicago and Cincinnati are freed from the liquor curse, it will be when their peo ple themselves determlne to have It so ; and wheneyer a majority of them are convlncod not crushed by rural votes they will so decide. Thls is the Amerlcan, republican, Christian way of dealing with thls great questlon, and by and by, probably, we shall all see it. Advanctt Effcctg of Llijuor. Cheap brandy and abslnthe are the cause of a large proportlon of cases of Insanity in parta of i rance. The United States Con sul at La Hochelle, ln lils report on French braudies, polnts out ths fact that no pure brandv Is now made iu Cosnao and the dia- trict adjacent. Ile says that German alco- nol, ulsllllea Irom potaloes, ls iinported, doctored, and sold for brandy, and that the French artisans and peasants, who forinerly used light wines, bave of late years used much of this so called brandy, Ile says: " Its characterlstio effect is to croduce an intoxicatlon in which the patlent is espe- ciaiiy lncunea to rage anu puystcai vioieuce, wlillo hopeleas insanity istueinevitablocon. senuence of persistlng in its use, even for a relatlvely shorl period of tlme." It is at least wortb the physlcian s while to know that there is no such thlngaspure Uognao Tiie children of to-day are the America oi lo-morrow, iu ius uuu. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is ilestgncil to mcct llio wants of a Urp) por tlon of our iicoplo wlio aro cltlicr too poor to emplor a plijrslclan, or are too l ar rcmovcit to caslly cnll one, aml a stlll larser rlnsi nho nro not alck cnoush to rcriulro meillcal nutlcc, mul jct outof sorts nml necil a mcillcliio to liulM Uicni up, Rlvo tlirm an nn pplltr, pnrltylliflr litooil.nmloll ii tlio m.v clilnorynt Ihclr lioillcs noltmililo Iti ilntjr llllimly. No otlicr nrllclo Inkcs hold ol tho systciu nnil tilts cxactly llio tmi llke HOOD'S SAflSAPARILLA ttworka llke maglc, rcachtnR cicry part ol ttio liuman lraily through tlio btooil, glvlng to all rcneccl llfa aml cncrgy. Mv Irlcml. vnu nrod not taVe our wonl. Ask your nelKlilior, wlio lia nt lakrn uiio liottlo. le. liewiilieii you uiitt Kvofc ilollar 1 otr lnvesteil.' l.rnAinn, N. lt l'f l. W, 1870. Mr.sBin. V. 1. Iloim fc 'n.i Dcnr Wrs AHliouBli Rri'ally iirpjmlleed analnt iiatent mcdlclNpMii ceiicrnt, I wn indiirpd, inim tho cxcilidit rorH I liad linnrd of jour Hariaimrllla.totryaliottle, laxt Hccenibcr. for d j api'ila and Kcncml pnlrntlon, niid I have rtcpUnl cry sratllylnR icaultjlrom lnn. lninliowlnlnB the jccpnd liottlc, and conMdcr It n very aluaMo rrineay tor Indliiestlou nnd Its nOendant trotiblcs, '"n.Y.niiKonu, (Klrm ol Curtcr & tliurilillH 53T A gentlcroan Mlio Qn'nmtt has lcn suftcrlug froin the DtUlUyvxA LnwjHOt in Dnlinrfe pccullar to tlds acawii,'1' ruuuuo 11)S! "HOOB'S HAIWAfAUILLA ls nuttlllg new llio rlght Into me. I liaNo gahicd tcu t.oinnU alnco 1 bcgan to tako It." llas lakcn ino butllcs. Hoon's SAHArAiiit.LA lisold ly atl drug glts. rrlco8ticr liottlci slxfortn. parcd hy C. 1. 1IOOI) & 10. Loncll, Mass. CONQUEROR OF ALL KIDHEY DISEASES. TIIM UE8T KIDNEYandLIVER medicine Ni:Vi:it KNOWN TO FAII.. I iiml ufforpil lu-ontv vonntultli wvcr fllncAnB of thfl kldnovit Ikffora untnil llntil'a lieiiiedT two rUvn I re llevef,att rimnowwell." JOUUA TUTIULti. " Jiy niiTniciann inougiii mai i niijjmn enonitie, Iwaitmll'l7mictliih rlieainntliim from toim I wan ctirert hj llunt,Ilcinmlr." MTM'HKN (t. MASON. ' Mytltx'lor pronounml mycaoe llriiitit'n lJincfl, ml toldme llmi I coulil livf PTily fortj-fiKtittiours. I Uiea tooK " llKTing FUiiereu iwrniy yeam wnn nmiipy uihtoip. nnu enuiloywl varloni r?iyi,rlirn 'nltlinnt tninff relltrtd, 1 was tben curol by llunt'i Keniely." 81'LLIVAN KKNNK.lt. "I have tpen Krcat1ybenenttelby Uie iweof Ilnnt'i ttem wly For illueasea of ihs kldney aml urlnarT oiaaim there iflIlOlblIllllrwrlor., A. 1. NICKKKSON. "IranH'Mtfyto ihevlrtueot Iluni'a Itemeiijr ln kMney iHneanwi from aUual trlal, liavlnil iwn much iMwfltted UnTfby," Hkv. K.O, TAYLOU. "I wfti unaltl? to arle fromtwl from an atuekof klJ ney dlnejiitp. ltie doctora couM not lelteve nip. I I8 (lnally completely cured by nslng llnnt'a ltfnllT.,, 'Iliavn RiifTcrnl pilrempiv with kldnev dlwftsei after imitis lliint' ICetnetW twodayi, I wm etiftblpil to reanine biwliiii." (1KO.K. CLAKK, "IioMln Iwo yean(S3,20 thlrty-thrpe lliounand one Inmdrpd. and twenty bollles of llnnl'a Ittmeily, It U a valiiable modtclne for kldney UtBeaieo." 4lnn (rtnl will ronvlnrn Tnn. ITor anle lir U l)ru(TKlt. Mend for I'&mrihfet to HUNT'S REMEDY COMPANY, Providence, Rhode Island. Prlce, 70 Cent and l.y.. Tho Greatest Blood PurifierS TWsGrcatCcrmflnMedlclno Is comi ucnuan uanaeiion, tiiraipcr ner-i tract oi buipnur.Tvnica maxositj tno urcnicst uioou I'uxuicr DLUE PILLS A nrai.nl.. tVlAV nrn rlrfl(Y1v l.0Ur Kld Plnro Tour tnut in SUU- iimtn StlTTT-lia 4t.n ... OUl Of Order Qcstand tc5tmoaiouiocvcr,!;,",?n I.VoiirIon2ii8Coilo.A"rUc1latanu0,1 ffiiranl JMKSulthr BiUen apUls ontqf.ordqrf.rQ imahlo to wolk. or Vi J5i i.Sif ""t K somoototico.ii or Vigu-coi-y Iho Intnlia's rrlend. II IS tcrlngaro soonroadowcll by . it3U6o. Itcmcmbcr -what you ffrcui borp, i& may saro your tn ion,twaltuntUto.morrow, St Try a Bottlo To-Day! Aryonlow."plrlte(3andweak,or J f ao, bCU'UUU WTIIiKS IU cur yoo. Bell's One Mlnute GurerorToolliacheffi'j;. lTlce, twcDty-flre ceata. FOR MAN AND BEAST. THE BEST EXTERNAL EEMEDY RlIEDJIiTISSI, NEURALGIA, ! GRAMPS, Sprains, Bruises, I BurnsandScalds, 1 Soiatica, Baokacho, ' Frosted Feet and Ears, and all other Pains and Achcs. It Is a sttre cnre for Qalls, Stralns, S-.ntchss, Scres, lct., on HORSES. One trial will provt lt merlta. Ita ellccts are INSTAHTANCOU8 I Evory bottlo warranted to lvo natiaiaciion. oenu nu raa for nainnhlet. I l'rlce25 cts. and t0 cta. pcr 1 bottle. Bold evurywbcro. ' Beari, JoBnioa l terd. Freprltton, I VBrliarton, IU WILL CERTAINLY CURE Cougba, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Thront, Bronchitis, Influcnza, Asth ma, Whoonin"; Cough, Croup, and every AffectTon of tho Throat, Luugs and Chest, inclutlinp; Con. sumptlon. Sold by all Druggists. CLARK Incliaii UUI Ub Ull UlDUUaUO Kldnoya, Skin and ri 1 1 TI rwiii efflcaoy ln hoallng tho above naraou disotises, ana pro nounoo it to bo tho BEST REMEDY KNOWN to MAN IJthorutory 7T Vrt Thlrd Strcct, New York Clty. DruccliU Mill It. DiBnaiiaTHLi, Kaw Kent Couutr, VlrxlnU.-Ar Clarl JtAmtm Tour (lreat Intllun IIIiknI Brrup la wonderlul inedlolnei H liaa (ntlralf eu1 lu. of l.lui. H U all Uiat It U aUI Ui tie. Uia, 111TILD4 lliauiiiiaa. N. II. DOWNS' VECETABLE mm w 13 A SU11F. cube roit Cougha, Colds, WhooplnB-Cough nnd nll Lung DisoaseB, When ttken ln ncaiton. Toople dle of con uroptton slraply becauso of ncglect, when ihe tlmely uso of thls remedy would haro cured them at onco. l'lny'nne yenrs o( coustAQt use provos the fact that no cough romedy has stood the test liko Dows' F.lixih. Trlce 3(Io., OOo. and S1.00 lwr llottl. Dr. Bnxtoi''s Mandrake Bittersl Will cure .Taundlco, DypreP',lni Uvor Com plftintfl, Inillgcntlon, Ana aU Dlswwen artslnff from DllloiunefiB. Prlce 2A ccnLa ir ltottlo. Henry & Johnson's ARNICA M OIL LINIMENT FOIt MAN ANI III3AST! I Tho mont perfeot IJnlment ever compounded. iTice ana w cenis. The Three Above Itellable Medicine Shoold be feet ln every hounchold ready for UfO. (U( PKIO LIJT iVIUKKlDUIi ItKNltY, JOItySOX XOftJ, Vrop'rt BUllLINQTON, VKKMOMT, CHICAGO.ROCKISLAND&PACIFICR'Y Sy the central poattion of lla llne, oonaecta the lieautirul cllniQir Chair Cara. IHillman'a l'rcttteat 1'tli Bleepins Cars, and the Ueat Llne of lHnlnit Cara ln tbe world. 1 hree Trnlne betweon C'hloiufo nnd lUlflflouri Klver Folnta. Two Trnina bctweeu Cbl QOHQ aad Uinneapolia and Bt, l'aul.vla tbe 1'amoui "ALBEHT LEA ROUTE." A rrw and Dkroct Llne.vla BeoeoAand Kanka koe.haa rocenlly boon opned betweon Hlchmoiid, rforfolK, Newport Newi.ChattanooKa.Atlanta, Ai fuata,NaAhvllle.Loulavlllet LcilnKton.Uinolnnutl, ndlanapolia and Larnyotto, and Omalia, Mlnncap. olla and Bt. Panl and Intermedtate omta. AU Througn Foaaougera Travel ou Faat Exurcaa Tnuna. Tioketafor aaleat all nrlnelpal Ttcket Omoealn the Unltod Btatea and Canada. naaRago cbeoked ttirouKh and ratea of fare al. wajra aa low aa competltora that oltcr leM advan- CREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE, At your noareat Tlokot Offlce. or addreaa R. R. OAOLE, E. ST. JOHN, Uwr-rca. AUea'IMar, 0a ITkL A Pa4. At. CHICAGO. Vni'ious CauseK Advanclns ycnrs, carc. slckncs, dls.ip poiiumont, and hcrcditary prctllspo.sl tloii nll opumto to tiirn tho halrcniy, and cltlicr of tln'in luclliics lt to slicd prcinaturcly. Aykii's IUiu Viaoit will rcstorc I'ddcd or gray, lljjht or red halr to a rlch brown or tlecp lilack, as may be tlcsired. It softuns and cleanses tho ccalp, (.ivln? it a hcalthy action. It removesaiul ciircsdandriiirnnd huinors. Dy lts use fjlllng hair ls chcckcil, and a neiv srowth will be producetl ln aU cases whero tho follLlcs nro not ile stroyed or the glancU dccaycd Its cll'ccts nro bcautirnlly shown ou brashy, weak, or slckly h.tlr, on whlch u fcw appllcatlons will protlucu the jjUm aml freshncss of youth. Ilannloss aml snru ln its rcsults, lt is lncoiuiarahlo as a dresslnz, antl Is especially valuwl for the soft lustre and rlcline.ss of touo lt iinpnrts. Avr.it's IIair Vmou is eolorlessj contalns noithcr oll nor dyet nnd will not soll or color white cumbrlc; yet It lasts loii! ou tho halr, und kcops It frcsh nnd vlgorous, Impnrtlnn au agrceable pcrfumu. For sule by ull drugKtts. is vomt HEART SOUND? Manu peopU tkUil ' ii themetre$icl and doc- tor for Udntyor Urtr troubUi, or dyptpia, white fthttrut vere Hnoirn,threalctiue isatththtart. The renowntS Dr, Clendlnntng, Hartiinglif tayi "one-thlrdofmtiulJtcU thowttgn ohrirtdlnaf.n Tht htarttcetght ahoutntntounccs.anliet t7.u.' Uetntviqht poundt f blood pat through tt one tn a tntnutt and a-haf, rtstlng not day or MgM t Snrtlg thi tubject thoult hate cartfttl attmtian, Jr. firavn a ctUbrnted phyMin hai prfpartd a tperiftcforall hmrt troubtes and llndred dinurdtrt. Jtii knownut Dr (irntt'M llrarl Itetiulator and can t oUatned at yourdruggMt,perbotllf, iz bottlttor ibg txprm. ixn-l ttamp or Ir, Gmrei thorough and txkauttlvt treatiM. (1) F. E. Ingalli, Solt Amerlcan Agtnt, Concord, JV, . Cures Dyspcpsia, Nervous Affec tioas, Oencral Deblllty, Fover and Agiie, Paralysis, Chronic DiarrhtEa, Boils, Dropsy, Humois, Female Com plalnts.Livcr Oomplalnt, Hemittcnt Fcvcr, and all diieases originatlng in a bad State of the Blood, or accompanied by Dobility or a loo State of the System, 'HE GREAT CURE RHEUMATISM uHU for all ths paluful diseuea of Uir RIDNEYStLIVER AND DOWELS. It ClenriBM tha vaMin orth tuirM nnlinn tbjit cauaoi tha dreadul uffarlncp whlnh itjuif uie Ttouni4 or iiaeutnAtuta ctia retuue. TuniiRAunn ntt n&Rrn of tbe wont forme of thU torrlble diMue beve been quloltly ralleved, and la ihort tlme PERFEGTLY CURED. rRirr, $i. uqiiDon mtr, iu m itKtocisT. WEIXa(niCIUn.D8OHA0o.,UurllQtTtoiiTt Aa:TS! nooii Ai3.vrs: SUNLIGHTandSHADOW tssrhJolmB. Gouyhm We wtnl 1000 more iffeU to thU Ijn' b'!f' LTerTone Uuahi enil crirr ovr lt. Ttniwil 1huijd r now wllW fur ll. MinUlm J "?' ollknit bwk w tanol. Now 1 lh Um tu work fof I lIJdy YOUR NAME WILL K NEATLT nnnieci ou Fl F l tirumu OartU, ) CO. Montpelier, Vt. JOHNSON'S I51oocl rSyviip Ul tUU (JbUUlUUUi UIVU I VV UID, Blood. MILLIONS toatify to ita Al. DiAMnnU T iitam WrtMrnln Cuarantccd to Curo Dyspcpsia. .IANUAUY ANU JUNK. Snltl Januarjr to Juoel " rrfi Irt n walk togetlier, The blrdA are all In tuoe, And lunny U Uie weatlier, "Atnttuokfoui twtllthow, ltefore the long day clone, A rrettj elgbt 1 know, Worth all jour ammer rwiM." Then, lliey mcnt, tbe alr (Jtew Ihlck wllh nnovr-nitkM fl jlng lintall tbe ron fair Ilang dowQ llielr beads, a-dyloc CrlM Jane, la eorrowt "Nr, We tn7 not walk togeiher. Tou've turnett nf hkln to grar. And ipolled my nolden weftther, " Uo now, t pry joa, so, llefore my last bud cloeei. Tftke your cold white ow, And gltfl tne back ty roira ! " St. yichalat for January, " Iloy Wanled." I'eopla lauehed when they saw the eltrn agaln. It seerned to be always ln Jlr. I'e ters wlndow. lor a aay or iwo, someumos lor only an liour or two, lt wouia De misslng, and passera-bve would wonder whether Mr, Peters had at laat found a boy to sult hlm t but sooner or lator, It waa aure to appear agaln. " What eort of a boy does he want, any. way ? " one aud another would ask, and then they would say to each other that they supposed ha waa looklng for perfect boy, and ln their opinion he would look a good while before he found one. Not that tnero were not nlentv of boys as many as dozen used soinetimes to appear ln the course of a morninc. trvine for the Bituation. Mr. I'eters was aaid to be rlch and queer, and for one or both of these reaaons, boys were very anzious to try to suit hlm. " All ho wants ls a fellow to run of errands ; it must be easy work and snro pay." This was the wav thev talked to each other. liut Mr. I'eters wanted more tban a boy to ruu of errands. John Simmons found that out, and this was the wny ho dld it. IIo had been engaged that very mornlng, and had been kept busy all the forenoon, atpleaiant enough work, and allhongh he was a lazy fellow. he rather cnioved the rlaco. It was toward the middle of the aflernoon that he was sent up to the attic, a dark, dingy place, lnnamted by mtce ana cobwebs. " You will find a lontr, deep boz there,' said Mr. Peters, " that 1 want tohave put in order. It stands right iu the middle of Uie roorn, you cau t mles lt. Johu looked dolef ul. " A long, deep boz, I should thlnk it was I " he told hlmself, as the attlo door closed after hlm. " It would wcigh most a ton, I guess ; and what ls there in lt i jNotumg iu tne woriu bui om nans, and screws, and pleces of Iron and broken keys and thlngs ; rubbish, the whole of it I Nothinr worth touchlnc:. and it Is as dark as a pocket up here, and cold besides ; how the wind blows in through those knot-holesl There's a mouse I If there is anything that 1 Iiate. lt s mlce I 1 II tell you wnat lt is, ll old I'eters thinks I'm going to stay up here and tumble over his rusty nails, he's much mistaken. I waan't hired for that kind of work." Whereupou Johu bounced down the attic stalrs, tnree at a tlme, and was lound loung' ing in tho sliow wlndow, half an hour alter ward. when Mr. Peters aDDeared. " uave you put tnat boz ln oraer al- readv Y " was the centleman's questlon. 1 didn t hnd anvthlni: to put Iu order; there was nothing it but nails and thlngs." J'.zactlv i lt was tne 1 nails and tnlnes ' tbat I wanted put in order ; did you do it V " "No, sir, lt was dark up there, and cold ; and i aian i see anyining wortn aoing ; be sides I thought I was hlred to run of er rands." " Oh." said Mr. Peters. " I thoucht you were hired to do as you were told." Ilut he smiled pleasantly enough, and at once gave John an errand to do down town, and the boy went ou chucklinrr, declarin? to him self that he knew bow to manaire the old fellow ; all it needed waa a little standing up for your rights. l'recisely at siz o'clock John was called and patd tne sum promtsed hlm lor a day a work, nnd then, to his dismay, he was told tbat his eervices would not be needed any more. He asked no questlons; indeed, he nad tlme lor none, as Alr. i'eters lmmedi ately closed the door. nn.A , nnKnt ,t,n nt,i n.. anted appeared ln lts usual placo. ilelore noon lt was tanen down, and utiar- lie Jones was the fortunate boy. l.rrands, plenty of themj he was kept busy untll wltmn an nour oi ciosing. ineu, uenoui he was sent to tbe attic to put the long boz iu order. ile was not alrald ot a mouse, nor of the cold, but he grumbled much over that boz ; nothing tn lt wortb his attentlou liowever. he tumbled over the thlngs, growl- incr all the tlme. plcked out a few straight nails, a key or two, and finally appeared with thls inessage: "llere's all there is wortb keeping in that old boz ; the reat of tne nails are rusty, and ine nooKS are bem, or somethlnc.' " Very well, sald Alr. t'eters, and sent him to the post-olhce. What do vou thlnk by the close ot the nezt day, Charlie had been paid and discharged, and the old sign uuuc ln tbe wlndow. "1 vo no kind of a notion wby I was dis- cliarired, Rruubled Ubariie to hts moiner tie sald be bad no lault to hnd, only be saw that I wouldn't suit. It's my opinion that be doesu't want a boy at ail, and takes that way to cheat. Meau old fellow I" lt was i;rawlord .Mllls who was hired nezt. He knew neither of the other bovs, and so did his errands in blissful ignorance of tbe " lonc boz, until the second morn' ing of his stay, when in a leisure hour he was Bent to put lt in order. The morning passed, dinuer-tlme catne, aud stlll uraw ford had not appeared from the attic. At last Mr. I'eters call him. " Got through ? ' No, sir : there Is ever bo much moreto do." "Allnehti it is diuner-time now; you may co bacK to lt alter dlnner." Alti dinner back he went; all the short after noon be was not heard from, but just as M Peters was decidlng to call him agaln, he appeared. " Pve done my best, sir," he sald, " and down at the very bottom of the boz I found thls. " ihis was a nve dollar goid piece, " Ibat s a nueer place lor cold," sald Al Peters. " It's good you found it j well, sir, I suppose you will be on hand to-morrow morniuE ?" This he said as he was putting the gold piece in his pocket book. After Crawford had sald goodnieht and gone, Mr. Peters took the lantern and went slbwly up tbe attlo stalrs. lbere was the long, deep box In which the rubbish of twenty. flve years had calhered. Crawford bad evi- dently been to tho bottom of it ; ho had fitted pirces of sbinele to make compart- ments, and in these dltlereut rooms he bad placed the artlcles, with bits of shingle lald on top and labelled thua : 11 Good screws." "Picture nails." "Small keys, somewhat bmt." "Picture hooks." "Pieces of iron whose use I don't know." So on tliroucl: the long boz. In perfect order it was at laat, aud very little that could really be called useful could be found witbin it. llut Mr. Peters, as he bent over and read the labels, laughed gieefully and murmured to tbe mlce: "iiwearenoi uoin mistaken, i have found a boy, and he has found a for tune." Sure enough ; the slgn dlsappeared from the wludow, aud was seen no more. Craw ford became the well-knowu errand boy of the firm of Peters & Co. He had a little room neatly fitted up, nezt to tbe attlo, where he spent his evenlngs, and at the foot ot the bed hung a motto wnicu Alr. I'eters gave him. " It tells your fortune for you, don't forget it," be sald when he handed il to Crawford : and the boy laucbed and read itcuriouslys "He that is faithful in that wulch ls least, ls lalthlul also ln much, " Pll try to be, sir," he said ; and he never once thought of tbe long boz over which he bad been laiiniui. All thls happened yosre ago. Crawford Mllla is errand boy no more, but the firm ls Peters, Mllla & Co. A young man and a ricn man. " ile iound his lor tune ln a long boz full of rubbish," Mr, Peters sald once, laughlng. "Never was a five dollar gold piece so successful ln busl- ness as that one of his has been ; it is good he found lt. Ihen after a moment of sl lence he said gravely : " No, he dldn't I be found it in his mother's llible. He that is faithful ln that which is least, Is faithful also Iu much.' lt ls true ; AIIlls the bov was faithful, and Mllls the man we friuf." The J'amy. A MITI.K five-year-old damsel, who can ask more questlons ln a mlnute than all the lainliy can answer in an uonr, uaa to i often reminded not to ask nuestlons unless is alout somethlng slio wants to know, The other morning this piece of mischief waked her auntie out of a sound sleep, "Now auntle, here'a a questlon that I ask because I really waut to know. " Well, myuear t " Auntle, when Kve wss a little baby, who made her ciotnes lor uer f Richardson VERCOATS AND SUITS. 75 Overcoats. 100 Suits in Mens' Youth's nml Boys' bizch. 25 Sinfill Overcoats ; sizes, 4 to 10 ycnrs. Full Benvcr Trimmetl Gcnts' BulTalo Coats. Plain BulTalo Coats. All at rctluccil priccs. lSr,Our (loi)artinents are ull well filled. quality and price. Don't fail to give ns a call. Special Holiday Announceiiient by BOOTS. My stock of goods is very large, comprising all the latest styles and patterns, at extremely low prices. My object is to sell the best goods for the least nioncy. Slippers! Slippers! Slippers! A pair of pretty Slippers is acceptable to any person, whether white or black (Slippers), ana x avui snow yon a large variety, at prices irom 10 cents to t$z:zo. Don't purchase until you have examined my goods and prices. Wool Boots, Sheep Skin Leggings and Lumbermen's Rubbers at the very lowest and Children. VTaltoix's JBloclc, State St. DR.TOPLIFF'S $ SYRUPOFTAR CURES COUGHS.COLDS.SPITTING OF BLOOD AND CONSUMPTION A FAIR TRIAL VT7ILI convluce joa tbal HYKUI OF TAH H v lirnnt Ittni(MlT. I'rlca llftT ceiit Ktnl ona (lolUr r totU8. O-til PARKER'S l HAIR tf J A jterfccldn mg.elepjiii' -ftiniej tnitl liati -les Krmo JandrufT icno' natiir. 1 1 r ui pteenubjiilu tD rr It II I l fl FL0HZETC1T C0L0(J1!E. Aa iqutilt (rlil fnfm w ic Itonallj Jattliin PARKER'S CIINJCER TONIC An tnvtgoratlng Medicine that Never Intoxlcalei 'J hn deliciom comliinauon of Clinger. Iluc i Mandrake, StUltngu.ant many other of llie l t vt crtablc temedie Vnown. curci all dtioii 'T ' Uie bowcli. toniath, livcr, kiJnry and lunss & u The Qett and Surett Cough Cure Ever U J. If you re ufletine fiom Peniate Compljim. N'ervoiwieM, aWefiilnei, RhriimatUiu I ) pci Ia, ce or any dtsease or infirmity. lake 1' 'rker'i dngcr Tonic. It will tlrrnRllieu Lrin anj Uxly nd give you rcw life and visor. lOO DOLLABS Paid for anything inlunout found ln Ginger Tonic or for a failure to lielp or cure. (IV tltMkt dalr ladru. lrf Mlntk V 1im. tMU! fur circulirta lliacot A Co., IIIUiu M ,i- i A NEWDISCOVERY. ', fTFor aoTeral yeart we bare furnUhod the 'Dairyinen of America vltb an itllent artl AcUlcotorforbuttr ao mt rlturloua Iballt ruet iwltovrpafc auoceM CTerjwlter jcoirlnir tha hltfhent and only prlat-a at butb Intornatlunal .Oalry Fair. I IITBut ty patlent and Bclentino chemlt-al re aeanbtiaralrnpruTtlln avrer polnta, and now ofTer tbla ntw oolur aa A brt t tka tmrid It Will Not Color tho Dutiermllk. It Will Not Turn Ranolci. It Is thfr etrongeatt PriRhteit nnd Chenpest Color Made, tirAnd. whlle prrrd Inoll. I oromnound m! tbat It li tmpoiwibla for ll to Uvomtt ranctd. IVBEWARE of all Iniltatloni, and of all otber oll eulora, for tltry ara lluble lo Imh oniu raneldand Klltbs tuttiT. trir you rttnnot ir t Ibe "ImproTM" rlt u to know wlier and bow to ifi-t ll wlihout ritra Dobbins'Starch Polish. llLWDAMRl)rr;t,':; wincii every fnmlly iu ay give their lln en that leau tlful fliiUh pe cultar to flne lauudry work, A jour Crofer. J.lt.Dl)Itl!S, Philadalphli.Pa By D. OARU of Montpelier, Tba Haron Rtore. on South Maln Slreet, la now otnel. Au.tluu on haturdava.at one o'clock r u. Hwtmil Iiaud furnliiira bouiilil aud aold. Itvaullful JAI'AN TKAK oonntiinMl to ina for ltubllo aud rlvaUi artl. Karuiem will aava fllltu oitU irr ouiid 1 buflnrf at ttila bouae, llar ueawa aold Owap. Bwvta oouatanlly on nand. i nti : i.u ( ; i:n ce o rr i cu. 0 1 B2ilJ & Fullerton GENTS' UNDERiVEAR. Qcnts' Uiulcrwcnr. Gcnts' Flanncl Shirts. Cardigan Jnckcts, Glovcs and Mittcns. Ilomc-lnado wool socks. Gcnts' lialf hosc. LADIES GARMENTS. Wo ofler tho Cashmcrc cvcr Watcrl)iiry for yard. Fivc hundrcd y'ds low-priccd Drcss Goods froin 10c to 20c pcr yard. Twcnty-fivc Ladics' Gar ments, to closc, oiieap. eilk Ilandkcrchiefs Gcnts' lincn Ilandkcr cliicfs. All at rcduccd prices. GEORGE H. SMILIE. SHOES prices. A good stock of RUBBER BOOTS for Men, Boys, Youth Nice FLANNEL-LINED SHOES and SLIPPERS for Old Ladies. "Come one and all, ye great and small." At the Old Stand of Walker & Puffer, MR. WM. WESTFALL, )f DuchcKs Co., N. Y., 80 Ycnrn of Ace, Sullereu Contlnunlly for Jltmjr Ycnrs from Stono tn the Illadder. Great nce and m.DfuldlfeaseareaiRd combina- tton. Yet Mr, Wllliam Wentfall, formerly ot Hock City, Duchesa Co., N. Y now of WashiDg ton Ilollow, tn thepame county. cametotbe ofiice ot Dr. Davld Kennedy, the eminent riiyeiclan hdq Burgeon oi uonaout, . 1., eome ttme emce, ln a condition to ezcite the fljrapathy of the most cold-blooded and hard-hearted person in the world, We pay he came be waa, rather, carried to the Doc tor' 8 ofllce, for he was toully helplens, and bore the wefght ot 80 years besides. Ile had euffered Iodr from Iletentlon of Urlne, and had all the syniptomH of an apcravated cae of calcu lua formationa of the bladder. Tbe usual Instru rnental ezamlnatlon revealed the preeence in the bladder of a urinary catvntua of aucornmon tize, Dr. Kennedy frankly told Mr. Weetfall tbat, owing to hU ageanddebility, an operatlon was out of tbe queKtlon, but that he could, by the prefcription of "Kennedy'a Favorite Kemedy," together with local treatment, make hlm comfortable and leave hlm to llve out all his dayg. The outcome of thU waa that the ratient enjoys sood health to tkia day. TIIE KEASOXS TVIIY Dk. Kknnkdv'b "FAVoniTK Uksieuy" ta being extenslvely used by our people are aa follows: lt Is a comblnatlon of vej?etable alteratlres. It la pleaeant to the tasto, adapted to both vexes and all agen, Is effectWe In affordlng Imuiediate rellef iu aU cases ot Kldney troublea, Uver Complaints, Conatlpatlon of tbe Bowels and derangements pecultar to women. At the eame tlme purifles the blood, thua ffivlnf? tone and strength to the aystem debllltated by dlsfase or age. 'Dr. Ken nedy's Fayorlte Itemedy" for sale by aU drng glata. Heat a House Thoroughly UY USINO THE Richardson & Boynton Co.'s (iAS.TICIIT QURABLE pURNACE. TOK 8AI.E 1IY 11ENNISON IIHWKV, JIOSTl'ELIEK VT 51! --H- -Q- I f n ThU yUicr la f 1 J moua for Ita qulclt F A (9 mVm U n and heaxty action la rbnO I Cl IV rurlnKlUieumatlam Bclatlra,KldnfyI)laeaiie, Imu lUrktPld or Illp, Bharp Patni, 1'leurUy, Hcart and Uver Troublca, BtuT Muacle, Sore C'hent, ("rampn, and all rtalnaor arln'i la every )rt. It aoothra, atrentftheai and TTV A GREAT dmegl.il, er.rr-l Cl I - r- O O l!cre at 29 tfu.OUUlbOO llop riaatr Co Bola Manufacturvra. (1) Mallitl on rvi-t'Ipt of prlce, CAltTKlC, IIAIUU9 II AWl-ICV, (len A(ta, Koiton. -H- $ H- $ -H- PATBNTS. R. H. EDDY, No. 70 Stuto St., oiiiollo Ktlbjr, llostun, Kaoarea TatanU la tha UnlUal HUU.) ajao ln Grftal llrtuln, rranoe and othar forelirn countrtea. Coplaa of Iha elaima or any l'atntfurnUbftl bj rtunltungone dollar, AMlirnmanU noordad t Waahtngtoa. bo AQimtlf t I Aa CAiifaJ Stttl pettutu iHpenoractltluior ol aiaiay .ianli or aicr r.taia IK palmfaMJtf r V if mlipr, H. II. KDUr, Holloltor Of rtenta. TKSTHaoNiALB. M 1 rs&rd Ur. Eddy aa ona Of tha nuii aaraala and jm.. tutut praotltionen wlib wbom 1 Iuti had omrlAl lntar " tnventora oaonot employ . paraoa rnora trtutworthr, or mora rabla of aaonrtog for thain nn early and favorahla oonaldaratlOQ at tba 1'aUnt OtDtw. KDIIUNII UCKKE, Lata Conuulaalonar of fatanu." " 1I0IIOW. Ootoker 1. II7II. " H. II. EDOr. KaQ. Dar Siri Yoo oroourad for ma ln IMO, uit flntt patant. Hlnoe tban yon hara fcvtotl for and advtaod nia tn nundroda of nnaiw. nnd iirocurad ntnny touU, relaauoa and eitnaloua, 1 uar. oooaalonally aui loyed tb bMt nganiilaa ln hew York, I'hllatlaliibla ul Waahlnston, but 111111 rlTa yon alinoai Uia wbola ot niy bnalnM, ln yov ltna, and adrta. othara lo mnploy yon. Youra trnly, UtOkUI JjKArKK Iloalon, Janoary i. Wl). I tlialM'.tl'niiillvKlltt- tliinl Atnrlthi. a.rr tuvrnlad. Vt ill kuit a tulrof UK;Lliu,auh ili;i:i,aud'rt13coiiiilrt.,tnW tulnuua. lt Ul abio knlt a ireat yarlt-tr of fancy work furwblcb tbara la alwa.aarrady markrt. Hud R.r tlrnilar and tanui tt.tbarrTUinblr Kulttlulf l.thln. Vo,, IMTrtuwLtbtml, itw.tvn.it ?5 Waterbury. Vermont. TOWELS, MITJENS, &C. Lincn Towcls, at prices from 12 1-2 to 50c cacli. Somo splcndid bargains at 25c to !15c cacli. 25 doz. silk linndkcrcliiefs 25c to 1.50 each. 25 doz. lincn liandk'rch'fs 10c to 50c each. Kid glovcs, silk mittcns, &c. best Black shown in $1.00 pcr and eroods Avill bo found Eioiiahdson & Tullerton. AND RUBBERS! Tlio MiKratlon of lllnls. Famlllar as this mlgratlon of blrds is to us, tbere is, perhaps, no question in zoology more obscuro. The long flights they take, and the unerriug certainty with which they wirjg their way between the most Jistant place?, arriving and departing at the same period year after year, are points in the his tory of birds of paesage as mysterious as they are interesting. We know the most mlgrants lly after sundown, though many of them eelect a moonlight night to cross the Mediterranean. Ilut that their meteorolog ical iostinct is notuaerring is proved by the fact tbat tbousands are every year drowned in their flight over the Atlantic and other oceans. Xorthern Africa and Western Asia are selected as winter quarters by most of them, and they may otten be noticed on their way thither to hang over towns at night, puzzled, in spite of their ezperience, by the ehifting lights of the streets and houses. Tha swallow or the nightingale may soinetimes be delayed by unexpected circumstances. Yet it is rarely that they arrive or depart many days sooner or later, one year from another. l'rofessor Xewton considered that were they sea-fowl satellites revolviiig round the earth their arrival could hardiy be more surely calculated bv an as tronomer. Foul weatlier or fair, heat or cold, the pulGns repair to some of their eta. tions punctually on a given day, as if their movements were regulated by clock-work. The swiftness or flight which characterizes most birds enables them to cover a vast space in a brief tiaie. The common black swift can tly 270 miles an hour, a speed which, if lt could be maintalnej for less than half a day w ould carry the brid from its winter to lts summer quarters. Tho large purple swift of America is capable of even greater feats on the wing. The chim. ney swallow is slower ninety miles per hour being the limlt of its powers; but the passenger plgeon of the United States can accompllsh a Journey of 1,000 miles between sunrbe and sunset. It is also true, as tbe ingenious lierr l'almen has atterapted to show, that inigrants during their long flights rnay bedirected by an experience partly in herlted aud partly acquired by the Individ ual bird. They often follow the coast line of continents, and invariably take on their passage over the Mediterranean, one of three routes. llut this thoory will not explain how they pilot themselves across broad oceans, and is invalidated by the fact, fa mlllar to every ornithologist, that the old and young birds do not Journey in company, Invariably tho young broods travel together j then come, after au interval, the parents ; and fiually the rear is brought up by the weakly, infiim, molting and broken-winged. This is the rule in autumn, The return Journey is accomplished in the reverso order. The distanco traveled seems, moreover, to bave no relatlon to tbe size of tbe traveler. Tbe Swedish blue throat performs its mate rial functlons among the Laps, and enjoys its winter holidays among the negroes of the Soudan, while the tluy, ruby-throated humming-blrd proceeds annually from Mex lco to ft'ewfoundland and back again, though one would huagiue that so delicate a little fairy would be more at home amoug the cacti and agaves of tbe Tierre Caliente tbau among the firs and fogs of tbe north. London Standard, Sclcucc and Mochaulsm. More tools are rulned by overheating, cold-hammering and overtempering, says the Scientijie Amtrican, than can be redeemed by all the new recipes that have been iu vented. The only way that is really good is flrst to find a brand of steel that is good and suitable for the tools to be made, and stlck to lt. Next tind by a few trials the lowest heat that will barden it ln pure water at seveuty degrees, or ordlnary ehop teniper. ature. lt steel is bardened at the lowest heat, the Urnper will require drawing very little, that is, to a pitle straw, full straw, or brownish yellow, but not deeper unless for wood-wotkiug tools with thin cuttlug edges, when a full brown may be desirable. File makera use salt water for a hardenlng balh, because lt makes tbe water more dense and the teetb barder and of course more brittle, Hulrhurio acid or mercury ls sometimes used for hardenlng very small tools for cut tlug glass and etching stone. For springs the same eare Bhould be taken in regard to low even heatlug that is necessary with tools. l'ure lard oll is as good and proba bly better thau any of the many miitures tbat bave been tried for the bardening lluid ; burnlng oll may do for drawing the teinper of small or tblck springs, but is totally uuflt for long or slender ones. l)ip the hardened spring into a bath of oll heated nearly to its boillng temperature; thls ls the only way to get au even teinper. BOOTS and0VERSH0ES. Kubbcr Boots. Wool Boots. Bucklo Arctics. Luinbermcn's Ovcrs. Sclf-acting Ovcrs. Mcn's Sandals. Wonicn's Sandals. Childrcn's Sandals. All chcapcr than clse-whcre. as renroKfintp.d ns fn IWCoiitpeliei, Vei'inont. THE GOOD PEOPLE II. s. ofImerica, AND The rortt of Maiikiiid. wno Contemplate Spending the SUMMER AT IIT1IKR or mi World-Renowned Watering Places; SIILWAUKKK, n-AfjKESIIA, rALMVICl, MADIW.V, 1'ItAIKIi: IU C1IIK.N, I'KWAUKKK. LAKK RIIIK, IIAIITLAMI, NASIIOTA1I. GII'ItlltDS, OKAECIIF.K. OCONOSIOWOO, KIMlOUItN CITV (Hrfli of tha Wlwonitn), SI'AItTA. FltO.VTKNAC, ST. VAVU SIINNI0,VrOI,IS, I'ltlUR UKK, I1IO STO.NK LAKE (OrtonTttle), SI'IKIT LAKK, LAKK OKUIKIJKK. CLKAIt LAKK. Lake MINNKTO.NKA. WI1ITK HKAIt Lake, KKAVKlt 11,1)1, KLKIIAKT LAKE and ASIILAND. Stara of tbe Snit niainiltude, atl radlnot with heltb and nlNuure-gtrliie proirtlea, will do uell to tjear In mmd tbat tba aletidy-golQg, rvllnbla and comfortnbla pnbllo aeryant, tho Chicago, Milwaukee and St, Paul BAILWAY, CoitTtsraa to run Ita ralatlal Coachee and Iarlor Cara over Ita molflcnt Uoea netHMa Cblcao,MUaukee,8U I'aul, &Ilnneiolta and all iirlnclpal cltlv. vUlagea and onnatatha lutghtj, GOLDEN NORTHWEST, and contlouea to givt unbounded aatUfactlon to Ita !m nienae boata ot patrona, bocue of Ihe erfwUoa of iu traca. equlpnicat and arrloe. nmeroua tUlly tnUim (exn'iit HanJayi) each war h tet3a Chlcano. MUwaDkee aod all potnu naiued. Kicor alon and C'oiuuiuUUon Tlcketi In keeiilan with the rquir nienla of Uia tlmea, hetween ilelrorirllUn and fnburbn plauM at rate to luit Klnita, Lord, Commoni, tha Rennbll cn and DeniocraUo Cltlzttna anj HovfrelbiD of Uia Larul of tba Fne, and Uia Uonie of Uie liraTa." Lel tt be re tnernberod alao tbat Uila old KeliaMo aud Excclslor Tlioroaffhraro traTerara the Honanaa Kenioni of IlUnoU, Wtannnaln, lowa, WlnijtoU anJ I)akou. and that a Touiift Tlcket bftweea rhlt'Ago, Ht. I'aul and MlnneanollM, over Uie Chl cngo, Mllwtiuke uiKt Nt. laul lCallwar. trtrra th toawwAor of 11 a cholco lietvwn ihne Huvr rouWa Uuui can b found rlaewhere 011 thU contlnent. all ownwl and uianntiwl by thla couip&nT, and a round tnn Ut-ket by lt atTorua Uie travrltr a Krauder varlety of tverythlng plv Ing than can ba found on any other railwaj. Come and for youraelTea. S. S. IKltItII.T, J. T. CI.AHK, tlnrtt MttOiifffr. Unenl Sap t jQUUKH ANU 8 T A T I O N K It V I T. C. Phlnncy, wooVl reapectf ally call Iha attaatloa ot Dookbarra to tha fact that ba la eonaUnUj ding to tda large and woll-aelected itock of Booka, all Uie NEW AND DESIRABLE BOOKS of the aoaaon, Utenbr kettplng hla atook alwayi freali and attraoUTa. Larce bayera, 8antlr-achoola uil 1'ubllo LlbrttHea, faralahcxl t eivecUl rt. School Books of all klnd farnlabed to the trade at tha loweat wnoJaaaia prloea. WHITING 1'Al'EItS, KNVKLOFKS, and HOlIUOLand CUUKT1NU 1IOCSK HTATION KIIV ot everr doaorlptlon, aelllag at lower prloM than erar before offered ln thla market Pictures, Engi-avings, OllIIUMUa, l'llOTOQltAI'HH.an.Un endloaa ?a rlaty o VAMUV GOOIW, (1AMK8. Uruqtut and Ilaae Ilall Oooda, all ot wbkh U1 b. boU at aatonlah. lngly ow prlooa. CV -1"V Book you Kt advertiied ellX bt xnl, wttpaid, on recetpt 0 prlce. T. O. PHINNEY. Stuto Stroet,. ...... Montifller. Vu IH1V or TIIK ISH'OKT. i:itl tlerm.n Hona Canailea, V4.AO and 113 1 Ht. Andraa.Urg W 1 1 IIV I (Hnarln, twU aud fluunota, 4. Ull lll 1 0Atl'atuianlnlC'auarlM,tratnwI VII VI Vt vhmtlera, long trlll and waUr bnbble nctw, and IO. A Brmt varletj ol Ulklug I'arrola. Cardtnala, tlohlHuihea, Hullflmhra, Lliinelf , jUi. hlrda aafa tT viprera rrlu llut free, lloldeu'a New lUxk on lUrd. 1 t ii., 80 lUuatraUonii, atl ahoiit food.cara, dtMUKt-a, Jiftc , nuniy. (, l., Ulrl.llKN, U HowUolii hiunr. Itoaton. fllnaa. School Furnituro for Salo I HmU and draka for ntoelr tuiHa are now offcrM for aaJe by tha Mouliwlivr I'nlou 8ciwf Itlslticl. Thry are tuodern Iu atvle, ln fair condition, and well adai'M to Uie anla of a oountry acliool. Can be awn at tbe l uloa hrhool bulld lnu, orat the aucUon rooma on Malu atrtwl. Call aoon for t bVrgaina. HT OKDtK OIT COM M1TTKK, alontiuiltr August 31, wcl. bU TiiTii!K.-KhrMi. 111 f wlfe. Nettla O, lluruliani. la avt Uvlug wlih tne thla la to forbld aU Hraou barbor- iog or uuauug ner oa uj vw Cabot, DeoPinber 1J, lH8t, aH t. (tnn uerda) at homa. Hajnploa worth SA frva, SO 10 Skddnai Htuioi M COh rorUand, MaJna.