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WEDNESDAY. MAECIJ 2D, 1882.
or Hi ue from all part, of Vmonl.na our frleu.l.
d dtffrnt part, of tlia Mate. upKlilll la Waahlnir.
t on, Oraat-. and ..arcollla CountlM will confer a re
f avtir upon u u4 our reail-ra br aaMn at loca
iitelltnce. line in fact ana f will arranire tncra
r the paper.
John ..arllf-an bas moved into Mr. De
vlne's hou-ie on F.erliu street.
Mr. .Jauios U. I.inlon will allied
on Ills farm in Heriin this week.
Fred nisnchard has mored into Iho
"Colton" house on East Liberty street.
Wallaco DoJtre ha secured a good job
in Worcester, Mass., rind vri remove his
Isaac R. Moullou lias leased ou of
Joseph Fishor's tenements in tho Colton
hou;o on East Libeity street.
Ono Lane of Exeter, X. II., president of
a savings bank, lately couuty treasurer,
is 11 defaulter to the amount of 50,000.
Widow Bedott was at Capital Hall last!
evening and had .1 houso full of visitors.!
Noil liurgess in theonty Widow Bedott.
Daniel Can' has rented his farm in Mid
dlesex and moved into the tenement inl
Bancroft's Clock over Peck & Cnmmius.
Mr. M. 1). Oilman and wifo aro to re
turn homo, from Boston whero they have
spent tho wintcr.on Saturday of this week.
The hearing on the question ot the
damages to bo caused by " opening " tho
"arch" 1ms l;oon postponed until April
A Massachusetts man has sued his local
paper becauso it called him "our local
t Iscar Wlldo." The press sometimes ear
rics its liccnso too far.
The Amhci'nt ,'ollou Gleo Club will
givo a concert at Capital Hall Saturday
evening. Tlicy arc very highly spoken of
wherever tlicy have appeared.
Michael Kyan for 11 long lime tho
boss " of the section betwoon tho village
and Montpolier junction, hag gone to Col
orado, to ongago In railroading thcro.
Fast Day is scattered, in Xew England.
Maine goes for Thursday, April 13th;
Massachusetts for Thursday, April (Uh;
and New Hampshire and Vermont for
Friday, April 7th.
I,. S. Simons of Williamstowu has a
gcard capstan, ropes, chains and all nce
ccssary utensils for moving buildings ote.
which ho offers to sell. Any ono wishing
for n good bargain would do woll to see
or write him.
Work of demolishing tho old Cadwell
honse has begun. It was tho third frame
house erected in town, which was about
ninety years ngo, but was not completed
until 1709, when it was purchased in an
nnfinished 6iato by Willys Y. Cadwell.
Warren Goodrich of Williamstown has a
list of almanacs dating from about 100
yoars ago to tho present year. Mrs
Goodrich also lias a silver thimble that has
beon in use 50 years, and a chair that has
withstood tho blasts of 100 wintors. ,
Sotno one rovives tho fact that the sum
mer of 1S10, tho year that Now England
farmers called " eighteen hundred and
starved to death," was preceded by just
such a winter as wo have been having
It was a summer only in name, for nothing
seemed to grow.
The Boston Atlccnistr estimates that bv
immigration and natural increasotlio pop
illation of tho United States is already at
least five per cent greater than reported
by tho late census, or not loss than 02.500.
WO and thinks that by the end of the year
tho population will be fully 51,000,000.
Tho Froo Baptist church in St. Johns
bury was totally destroyed by firo Sunday
forenoon. Tho Uamcs caught from the
furnaco in tho basement and could not bo
stayed the building being entirely consum
ed. The loss is estimated at twelve thou"
pand dollars and the insurance is about
The now comet discovered by professor
Wells, an Albany astronomer, only 100,
000,000 miles distant, approaches the
earth at the rate of -..',000,000 miles a day,
hut is expected to switch oil' when still
0,000,000 miles away. It will be visablo
to tho naked eye in about six weeks and
will be fully as large as the comet of 18S0,
which had a tail forty degroos in length.
Tins "Crown " sowing machine sold
by :. II. Shipman at tho ' Old Kcliablo "
fhoa storo has all tho modern improve
ments and more " good points " than any
othor machine now in tho market. The
construction is very simple aud therefore
durablo and easy to run. It is elegantly
linishod and tho price is as low as inferior
machines aro sold fur. Djn'i buy until
yon see the " ( 'town."
Ex Guv. 1'iitirroi: Blunkii Our. Tho
residence of cx-Gov. Rcdfield Procter at
Sutherland Falls was distroyed by lire at
1 o'clock Friday night. Most of the fur
niture, valuable library, paintings, family
reiics nun sonio important papers wore
burned. Tho house was unoccupied, ns
the owner's family is spending the win
ter in Boston. Insured; loss uuknown.
Supposed to bo the work of an incendiary.
s Tub Mou.v Staiik Com kiit. The
concert in Capitol Hall Thursday evening
will bo the best entertainment possible of
its kind. The troupe has had full houses
wherever they liavo appeared, their Troy
and Albany performances meeting with
great snocess. Not only is their cntcrpriso
a patriotic ono but they receive tho hearty
commendaliou of com potent and indepen
dent critics who declaro Emerson to bo
the best cornet player and Dc Sovc tho best
violinist now in America. Tickets may bo
had at Phinnpy'a and tlioe who do not go
will loso a charming musical treat.
. t . Dawiey of J.inlluw, a brother of
Frank I!. Dawiey of this place, has re
cently invented and had patented a "chair"
for joining rails on railroads. This chair
is so constructed ns to mako a bettor mid
stronger joint than any now in uso; does
away with all bolts and nuts mid tho drill
ing of rails.and can bo applied in a mlnnto
to any rails now in uso, or oven to a
brokon rail when its iminodlato romoval
is Impracticablo nud, it is claimed, make
1 ho broken placo tho strongest part of the
rail. The bottom of the rails rest in tbi3
chair and aro tightly clamped on tho out
side by a pieeo of steel which Is hold in
place ijy a spring wodjo. Saveral railroad
men who haro tiecn tho model say that
mere are "mlllioua In it." Mr. Dawlen
latent on joiuinz rails
I Albert II. Tuttle is reappointed post
'. master at Rutland.
, Charles T. Fiolds returned homo from
I bis western trip last week and nenry W.
V bitcomb on Monday night of this week.
Samuel Lovclnnd of Nortufleld, who re
cently camo Into the employ of George M.
Scribner, on Saturday rut off the end of
one of bis Gngera in the square shears.
Dabtoh I.AxniNO. Miss Winifred
Woodbury of Island Fond gave a public
reading at the Congregational church,
Wednesday evening, March 8th. Miss
Woodbury was rtssistcd by her young
brother, who gave some very humorous
recitations. Tho render shewed somo lino
talent; and the hour was one of Intorest
to tho largo company assembled. Her
stylo was sentimental, while that of her
brother was comical.
Saturday evening the friends of Mr. O
Leonard and wife took possession of their
house for the purpose of reminding them
that the fifth anniversary of their mar
riage had arrived. They were surprised
to learn that they had so many frieuds, as
nearly ono hundred persons were proscnt.
After spending the evening in a social and
friendly manner they left as a token of
their esteem a nice chamber set.
There were quarterly meeting services
at tho M. E. church, Sunday, March 19th,
Presiding Elder Malcom present. The
sermon was from Matt. 6: 3:). At the close
of the sermon ono was received into the
church upon profession of her faith by
sprinkling. This portion of the exorcisos
was condnctcd by the pastor, Rev. C. II.
Sweatt. The communion services were
conducted by tho presiding elder and the
pastor. Quite a large number of comma
uicants partook of tlieso sacred emblems.
Hugh M. Buchanan, a young man from
Georgia, gavealccturo in theM. E. church
Tuesday evening, March 14th. His sub
ject was, " Eloquence its influonco on
and benefit to mankind ; how attained by
tho young oratorical aspirant.'' Mr. Bu
chanan said that it was with groat diffi-
Jcnco ho camo bofuro them to speak upon
any subject, for Iho roason that so many
had precedod him during tho winter who
were more experienced, and had inado it
thoir study to Intorest tho public. He, a
beardless youth, did not expect to stand
out beforo them like the sunlowor upon
its majestio staff, but like the humblo vio
lot that blossoms unnoticed beneath onr
foot, and sheds its fragranco upon the
dowy air. Ho hoped bis bumble efforts
might not bo devoid of interest to his
bearers. Ho spoke of Georgia, his native
stato, her soil, productions and scenery;
thon of Vermont, her lakes, mountains,
rivers and agriculturo as compared with
bis native state. He could not forbear
comparing the political aspoct of Georgia
with that of Vermont, and thought if they
understood one another better tbero would
not be as wide a differenco between them
as now exists; but ho was not thore to
mako a political speech, for ho promised
his mother boforo leaving homo that he
would not, and his father said he could
talk politics enough for both, as he was
paid by tho state for It. His subject was
"Eloquence." He rcferrod to Domos
thenes, Cicero and other anoient orators:
spoke of thoir olorjuonco and how thej
could hold entranced the multitudes be
fore whom they came. This power was
not attained at a slnglo bound, but was
tho result of hard labor and study. The
youthful aspirant of to-day, if ho would
succeed, must apply himself diligently to
tho work in order to becomo efficient in it.
Those ancient orators, that could hold the
thousands spell-bound in their day, il
brought before tho assembled wisdom of
to-day would fail to interest them. The
idea of a good leoturo in this age is how
it will read in print; not the manner and
stylo of outgushing oratory in its prlml
tivo state. The young man spoke readily
and his manner was graceful. Tho audi
enco was highly pleased, and many said
it wus tho best of the season. Mr. Bn
chanan gavo his locture for tho benefit of
tho ladies' aid society, tho proceeds to go
for furnishing dishes fur the vestrv.
will be held on this (Wednesday) evening.
Talent from abroad is expected to be pres
ent. All are cordially invited to ooroo and
participant In a social sing.
Roliert Childs of South Newbury was in
town with his grandfather, non. William
Child, ! tt week.
Eggs are becoming quite plenty in tho
market now, lint butter remains very
Frank Fannio Is at home on a vacation.
Miss Jennie Waterman is visiting
friends in this vicinity.
Mis Susie Wiggins is stopping for a
f.iw day. at V. C. Abbott's.
Mr. 1!. Adams is at work in the service
oN). C. Abbott.
S. S. Houghton, of Iho "Big Earn," is
negotiating for A. W. Palne's farm.
Now that some of the spring warbler 4
have come, tho next thing to expect is the
organ grinder. Wo long to see him, that
Is to sny, a good way off.
Dow Hammond has had a serious re-
That prt of the bridge which was re
moved by tho "tornado' is being re-built.
The depot at the tormlnus of Abbott's
railroad has been Titled up for a dancing
hall, and dances arc now held weekly at
Philander Staples is slowly recovering
from the injuries sustained by his recent
Judge Child has socurod the services of
Geo. Jenkins for tho coming season.
has also another
whioh makes n perfect joint for rather
continuous rail) and renders the road per
fectly smooth, and which will, wo think,
eventually come into general u--e.
Chelsea. Rev. W. H. Davis went to
Ely to preach, March 19.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union held their monthly meeting with
Mrs. E. D. Barncj, Marcli 'J I. They aro
doing a good work.
Mr. B. Berry and his brother-iu-Iiiw,
Mr. Caldcr, have joined :i co partnership
in tho harness business.
Mr. L. C. Bennett claims to bo ahead in
making sugar this season, having made up
to March -'0 more than 1,000 lbs.
Our sexton, whilo digging a grave ro
coutly, found that frost have penetrated to
the depth of moro than throe feel.
Miss Mary Scales, formerly of this town,
returned to tho wost this wcok, to engage
in school toaching at Fou Dulac, Wis.
George French, son of Joseph French,
has removed to West Randolph and lives
on Mill street.
But very little sugar has been made since
March 20, tho weather being unfavorable
Tho weathor prophets aro looking for
cold and lato spring.
Mr. Fetors, tho new proprietor of tho
livery stablo, has ronted of E. It. Hydetho
Roberts place, so called, ou Maple street
W. M. Ordway has movod into a tcuo-
nieut In Mrs. Coburn's houso, which was
vacated by Perkins Emory, who has re
moved to Wost Lebanon, N. II., and has
secured a job in B. E. Hydcs livery Btable.
The Jamos Jonos farm, belonging to tho
ostato of tho late Deacon Moore, has been
sold to Erastus Young.
Kaiklkis. "Stcvio" Mason was with his
parents over the Sabbath.
Rev. Mr. Frost occupied the pulpit at the
Methodist church last Sabbath, preaching
an excellent sermon.
The school in district No U, of whioh we
have mado mention, closedlast week. All
wo know of, without exception, join In jro
nounciug It a No 1 school.
Sugar making has commenced iu earnest
In this section.
Frank Shaw has seen a robin ; Charles
licinp a woodchuck.
Miss Hattle.E. Wilcox, having finished
her very successful term at school, return
ed to her homo in North Thetford.
The question at tho last lycoutn was do-
cldod In the affirmative. Tho paper was
read by C. L. Hayes, nud was worthy of
II. P. Warren, the tinman, will put an
othor oart on the road bofore m my days.
Joseph Prescott is arouni about hit
David Druse and family have moved to
West Falr.ee. He has mado things lively
this winter drawing wood.
Charles Kemp, "oar popular veterinary
surgeon," has entered the auotion business
and his services can be obtained bycallin"
at his office.
The last singing school of the season
Sr. JoiiNSitiruY. A new laundry has
been started on Eastern avenue by 11. J.
Perkins of Burlington.
Rev. Mr. Locke's Sunday sohoul class,
to the number of twenty or moro, met at
his hutiso last Monday cvoning for a social
visit, and had a pleasant time.
F. E. Carpcntor and wife and W. II
derrick left last week for a trip to New
York and Washington, D. C. They go
with 1! aymoud's excursion from Boston.
Tho histrionic society of East St. Johns
bury held a draniatio cntortainmcnt nt the
fown Hall two evenings last week. The
proceeds go toward llnishing tho now hall
at the Ktit village.
A party of a dozen or moro of tho
middle nged people of this placo not long
since picked up all tho sloighs f their
forefathers they could find and took a ride
to Littleton, N. n. They reported a good
Rov. I-', li. Phelps of tho East village
delivered a temperance Icctnro in the Old
N'ortli church, under the auspices of tho
Good 'Templars. Ho also delivered bis
poem entitled, " The second dnlugo,
whioh was good, ns was also the lecture.
Mrs. J. B. Soper diod vory suddenly
ruesday night. Sho had beon sufforing
with neuralgia in tho bead, which wont
to her heart, causing her death. Mr.
Soper has the sympathy of tho people in
bis loss. no was expecting to start for
he wost next Tuesday. Mrs. Sopor leaves
three small children.
NoiiTnnEi.n. R.W. Clark reoontly met
vltb a sorious accident, the cause of which
nas boon variously reported. The facts are
uriefly these: With a pair of horses ho
itartcd to desoend a qui to steep hill with a
largo load of 4-foot wood on the slod, hav-
ng two chains on tho runners of the for
ward traverse and one on the hind. When
part way down tho hill, tho "bunk" split
tnd lot the load pitch down forward so as
o confine tho forward sled and tip the
limners, so that tho chaius did no good
tnd the load shoved tho horses at a fearful
rate. Realizing his dangerous situation.
Mr. Clark jumped from the load, but in
doing so caught ono foot in the reins and
was violently thrown against a tree and
reoelved serious injuries, from which,
howover, ho is recovering. Tho horses
and load were piled ou a fence at the foot
of tho hill. Ono horse has died form its
Some one reported, not long ago.througli
tha Freeman, that Frank R. Bates was
very low with consumption. This state
ment was .1 mistake or misrepresentation
not warranted by the facts in the case. It
is true that Mr. Bates has been unwell for
a few weoks, but is now in a fair way to
recover Ins accustomed health. 1 1 19 ap
pctito and his resolution are both good
and his strength increasing. It is Frank's
destiny, we trust, yet to win an honorable
if not an cnviablo position among the legal
IVr.NAMSYii.LL. Putnam & Son arc to
erect some new tenement houses this
Kbcn Ilurlbcrt, who has been visiting
here for tho past few weeks, has returned
to his home in Massachusetts.
II. P. Brown has returned to his old
place in the employ of C. C. Putnam it
Son, as has also J. L. Strong; and Albert
Howorson, who left there a year ngo, has
applied to them for employmont again.
7.. V. K. Wilson, a business man and in ,
1872 a rppr-!i,:';TA ofRnt'sr'. ,,f '
heart dlsi-iv-t,a M..:.,'-,,.
Jol M. Iliveu of tiieBUcs n.iu , Rut
land, is tho owner of a largo pond In
Shrewsbury, about fifteen miles distant
from Rutland, and has entered npoo the
largest private enterprise in fish culture
ever undertaken in this stato. This sea
son 140,000 trout were placedjin tho pond
and Mr. Haven intends to increase the
number to a million. The pond also con
tains 6000 landlocked salmon.
A skunk walked into a school honso at !
Ogdonsburg one day last week, and the
bjys proceeded to put him out forthwith. :
The proceedings were attended with some
excitement and a hurrioane of odor. There
is no trouble In Identifying a boy that nt-1
lends that school.
Peter Cooper is said to have given away
nenrly 92,000,000, and George I. Seney,
the rich Methodist banker, is treadins
closoly on his heels. His gifts for church,
charitable and educational purposes now
foot up S1.4S9.000.
MOTHER DIED OF SALT RHEUM.
J. W. Adams, Newark, Ohio, says:
"Cutioura Remedies are the greatest med
icines on earth. Had toe worst case bait
Rheum in this country. My mother had
it twenty years, and in fact died from it.
I believe Cuticura would have saved her
life. My arms, and head were covered
for three years, which nothing relieved or
1 ..,?, r 1 . 1. ...! T, 1:
There is a typographical error iu tho
inventories sent out for this year's listing.
Section ltiof the tax law, as printed on tiie
last page, should read, " All ronl estate
shall be appraised and sot In the list in
1851," instead of" in 1882," as printod.
A CROSS BABY.
Nothing is so conducive to a man's re
maining a bachelor as stopping for ono
mgut nt tne nouse ot a married triend and
boing kept awako for five or six hours by
the crying of a cross baby. All cross
and crying babies nocd only Hop Bitters
to muKe tnem wen and smiling. 1 oun
man, remember this. Traveller.
Regulate first the Stomach, socond the
liver especially tho first so ns to perform
tueir functions pcrlectly and you will r
movo at least ninetccn-twontiolhs of nil
the ills that mankind is heir to. in this or
any other climate. Hop Bitters is the only
thing that will givo perfectly hoalthy nat
ural action to these two organs. Maine
Whilo sliding, littlo Ida George of Koy
alton met with 11 painful accident. Her
sled ran Into a clump of trees and bushes.
and sho received a frightful gash iu her
check that extends from tho mouth to the
TO ACCOMMODATE THE PUBLIC.
The proprietors of that immensely pop
ular remedy Kidney-Wort in recognition
of tho claims of the public which has so
liberally patronizod them, have proparod
a liquid preparation of that remedy ior
the special accommodation of those who
from any reason dislike to preparo it for
theuiBclves. It is very concentrated and,
ns tho dose is small, it is more easily taken
by many. It has tho samo effectual action
In all diseases of tho kidneys, liver or
bowels. Home and Farm. Fhvl
A man in Wm'i'i Id h is been convie'ed :
of stealing hn-.i:rd tt is proved that he ha; '
stolen and carried swa? nonj(h by back ;
load' to ki ;' hnr- ;in-l a yw throng!;
tho wililtr. . . I
TneliiEoi.y or BoiLcr. Kxri.uairss.
D T. Lawrence suetessfnllv di-monttra-
ted his theory of boiler explosions lirat ;
misiiurp, la. tbe ld. a lie tel was
made nudcr supervision of the govc rnmriit j
inspector. A lioili-r exploded with a steam :
pressure of 235, ami was completely do- ;
molishcd. The rxiwiimcnt demonstrated r
that explosions do not ocur from low wa
ter, but are canned by the sudden burstins ,
of water into te:t:i. when r vacuum i 1
canted In the -icvn.de; u inn 1 1 l.vo'-cninrr I
Inr.n-t M'.ntw'it.r. M ir.-li nt the r-idt-tn "I ;
OlalnH'1. Ntft'r.. In K. V .. f., iM Vrli.t. tlt.lr- i
nht. 1 Kt.Llil.N at.U A Ujll 1 I.K1:, tx.'.ri A I
last M.iiti-lier. .
Paik-iit ,t Co'i Adtertisebents.
There h ns cz;u:a ftr soIarlsE frsm
and other diccascs that follow a dis
orcd stats of the Stomach and Bow
els, when the t;;.? ot'
OH. WMi BAXTER'S
Will give immediate relief.
AC r r.,.:i;:.,,, f..,.
Biliousness, Dyspepsia, I
Indigestion, Diseases of
tho Kidneys, Torpid Liver
Sick Headache, Loss of j
Appetite, Jaundice, Ap
Eruptions and Skin Dis
eases, CtC, all of winch thes-el
l'.il't't.i v ill cim ".hlv t iirp 1 iy rrnn iliirl be OH.. I
's ' i ""y ', .- I prrfttt lirnllhl
Swill llic r- LadteS ail ollif-rs ci;l-
jjci'ttoSich Hcadacho iit flu.i niters
fiii'llnTtii uiout riiro iiy llin n-o of ttipM Hi l tor.
win innic nrvi miifiiy purgative tiirv
PUIIIPY TIIE DLOOD.
Prlco 25 ct3. por bottlo.
lor ,alo l.y all o :i' i in uir.ii. ii. .t nil S
niMrrMl for raniiiilet, frro.t:iiiij; full ilirpctioiia. j
HF.SItV,J0II5S0!l&lllllI),Frop., llorlimitun, Vt.
sir' , I- -Miit-TiT . . '. '
j GENERAL IN333AM AGENT.
In iraurc Karf d Iu '
NEW GOSa.'HL HYMNS i
can bk ois; r.T.D r
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Hi'IlN!.-, UV UILli. . fiiillall
HIRAM SIBLEY & CO,
Wfll mall FltKK their t nti.
loeue for 1K84, rnn mini tig n
full deitcrlptlve l'rire Llvt of
1 lower. Meld and Cttrdeu
V SHM r) C C rtlVAtt C ,
Vail. fmm Urnr-i1 Prr; m T:trur. Vi o!hr prcplrt
titti iiiuk'-rt Mi' li Hj-M, tl tkv lii it br.-iHl, ir liunrictiK
r:ir-ry. (.'jn t' culfii lv ryi'('i'tt wit limit fejr of
tin- 11 N repiiittnx from h-avy luli .enltMo loud. Sold
only iu c:inp. tivall irif. r!.
IiuYi. l;Mi I'T.Vl)f;lt Co., Nl-'W V'RK.
I lf IC t w" are flf a' ''! Hand
JA i 1 1 j ri.id 'I'i.j !S-ti witu rliib i (Hern
for it ii S' ml biaiiip l-r rircularu to E. V Twist, Nor
wh'b, t nun. )Jw4
IV" B,l J. if !- WitJi iiiiiTOTfil
IlinrV 1 I'fM1 lutf-rc-t table, CalHiitlar.
J 1 fir. Hunt toiuiy a.hlruFs
on rof'ft "1 I a-i rivnr-('"it "it a-" pa. A'Mro".-)
i wl ( HAliLI.S r. IIIUCS, - V n.-!tiare Ave.-Pliita.
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bv null (W J--'Mi,s. ('. K. HI'
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vnur Uriiia-arist, or oui
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WILL CERTAINLY CURE
Coughs, Cold, Hoarseness, Sore
Throat, Bronchitis, Influenza, Asth
ma, Whocpirfr Cough, Croup, and
every Affoctioa ef the Throat,
lungs and Chest, including Con
sumption. Sold by all Druggists.
Woncnsri.it. S. (,'amerou is going upon
tho Ilowors farm to cominonco life for
Mr. and Mrs. "Will Conner's sou, ngcil
snven months, died on llic T1& iusliint.
Pi'. Hunt is sick, ami Samuel Hall is
also in very poor health this spring.
A suit for $8o00 damagos lias been
brought against Hurd & Ulodgolt of White
River Junction for furnishing liquor to D.
F. Lewis, who was found dead on tho J.ith
Tlio now comet is, tho astrouoniors say,
filunging almost directly at tho sun. Uu
css tbe calculators have mado a very
great blunder it will pass through tho
corona, and, if large enough, may graze
tho lumlonns surface Tho question
whether tbe earth may not at some timo
be in danger from a groat comot Is all the
more interesting because mcu of science
are not exactly in accord npon it. Mr.
Proctor is not the only astronomer who
think that if ever tbe world is destroyod
with beat it will be when a groat oomct
plunges into tbe sun. Even thoso who
thinks Mr. Proctor is mistaken in bis con
clusions admit, that, given a comet big
enough and massive enough, undoubtedly
its fall npon tbe sun wonld provo disas
trous to tho earth.
$30 00 WoitTH of New anu PoruLAR
Music fob $1.00. Thomas Brothers'
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Address Jas. II. Thomas,
Successor to Thomas Brothers,
fml2wl Catskill, N. Y U. 8. A.
ticrtlm von iiillcru, the f.iuiuus cx
pedestrlan, in her capital nrticlo on
"Walking," in the TuhM's Companion,
says, ' Try to acquire the habit of walking
from tho hips I nid almost said from tho
shoulder, wnich is realy tho true way."
ve Kin our rulers wuen we remove
from tho human system whatever ilisor-
ganizas tlio nerves. Dr. Benson's Colory
and Chamomile Pills relieve from subjec
tion to the powor of headache, sleepless
ness and dyspepsia. They contain no
opium or hurtful drug. Ki.vl
John K. Urowncll ofArlinLoQ cut il iwu a simict.
tree I" feet loutf antl fti inches In diameter at the
Uuuc, rccontly. As the axeman intended il should
the tree eltd down tho steep aide of tha moun'nln'
r'orty roii from where it Marled Iho lop ol llic
Bpruce Rtriica iho trunk of a birch tree 'i 1-2 feet in
dlamotor, and went ttiroiticli it, protruding Rome six
Thousands of ladies have found sudden
relief from nil their woes by tho uso of
Lydia K.I'inkham's Vegetable Compound,
tho great remedy for diseases peculiar to
females. Send to Mrs. Lydia K. Pinkbam,
2;i3 Western Avenue, l.ynn, Mass., fur
Urcensboro Ilcinl u.iul. :t i-: -. 1 !. -m' ;unl :i
Wheat Bitten have received tin in
duracmcnts of medical men of the liij,.'.usl
standing. These can lie shown.
Dr. .1. s. lJiuant baa coiiinieintcd .-int. ujraiiifd the
publisher of the lUnvillo North Star l'.r libel,
eclling damages at f.ii'UD.
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avail. At hift I commenced the n.-c ol
your Safo Kidney and I.iver Cure, nud it
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host remedy Iu the world for kidney and
1'iiurlpnl Fuihii" of hi. .lolinsbui y academy de
clincB bis rcccutcall to Hie Urcok pvolYssor.hip ol
HOW TO SKCUllE IIBA.ILH.
I( is strango any one will suffer from
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when SCOVII.IS SAltSAl'ARILLA
AND STIMjINUIA, or lll,OOI) AND
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A POSITIVE TONIC, ALWAYS
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tho oyctcm ai:d icavo dcietcvloos effbeta, Oa
theocntrary, it furuiphrs juotthat which Is
newaeary to tho braiu, k trcnfftiionB and quieta
fan nerva, puriflf-9 tho heart's blood, and
thereby mRk en oulr tho fccet flesh, bono and
miiflcle. ETIT It worltB Tronders, citrine
JJEKVOrw find GEM- RAL DE II 11.11 V.
MALAIUA. lV.'l,KPft,IA, INKOMM A.
Produces a healthy action of the Liver ami
Kidneya, fortifying the eyatcm anrtinet tho
miaBmatio inUuencpfl, and will be found in
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Hundnrla tf Affiis linvo annwcn' our call to prl! tl;i
fiiin.nid ,k. imtl vrt i Want Mt iir-. Vor Tm'lif
rmSi-.H, It:.'h tlt.m-.r. nml ThKUini Inti-rest. ft is with-ml
irr. Lvit'.'.iii- littik'lia iin.l cr (jvcrif. Mmi-trniy
"G t r-t it: -us nf T horn sn its r-..w wmit it. tuil It U
Hi. '.i tt fcllitiL' IhviIc f fr Ai-tit- i ri-'i'". We want cMifl
-Itf'.V7..tf(m.( in tlii-vicinity, f IOfl.Ol!t,ntl,
'if.iw?ini(lr. Si'ul 'mm ultfli. t- ml f ir ri rcular? t4
A. I. . OK1111M.TON A CO., II ort for J, lorn
WALT, HOPS, QUININE DARK, Etc:
' A niood Food for
DETaTCATT; WnMrs, TftTRprvri Vothtub,
Hkki.y Cmi.nKi.Nt Tin; Anr.o, Convai.fs-
iT. NT, OVKItWDHKF.n, t'AItXH'UHK, KilACUTED,
Nervous aso HuEEPLKt-.j.
19 Tines Bor KAirrivhln (hnn ut MkII Mijaor, whU
free froa lis Injarlotu proiertlei.
ltiilb) (Irnnnicnt.tl OrtiiiH,
nml limnnrt flics, (ludinlu,
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...n: ...i'.w' V..ior.V . i" ri
IjAKRk's PAi.f Paxacka euros
M;in and Beast,
Dll. KOGBIIS' Wouvi Svin i'
Cures Dyspepsia, Kervons Affec
tions, General Debility, Fever and
Ague, Paralysis, Chronic Diarrhoea,
Boils, Dropsy, Humors, Female Com
plaints, liver Complaint, Remittent
Fever, and all diseases originating
in a bad State of the Blood, or
accompanied by Debility or a low
Stato of tho System.
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The KPl'N :'y N V. I'KINT WORKS i.l
'Sic of the to i j; ::-t .'.'.'.'I vA iijinj.k'U c-lub
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THE EXPERIENCE OK HALE A
l:.ir onaMnl liiem to attain i-u-.li perfociioii
tliat they c;in witli cuiiiuloiitc ak you to tc.-t
the (uality of tin ir work. Tlicy carefully
nvoiil all poisonous (hu, make only fast col
M S.wliich arc t!iunulily v aiilicl in hot water
smd soap, thereby removing anything which
would stain uinkrelotlung.
Thoo who buy and wear iften print; wi.!
t hey feel confident, tind ilum uperior in thir
pbility.artirtic style and tini-h, lie sure and
n-k fur their j;yod. and -ee that their mails
Hid ticleb arc un them.
mm b r
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I '.tnlstii. Spu-liii.-ii
'i.'r lii r.. iiiualiuiiiil.
An enriohor of tho blood ami purifier of
Iho system; cures latitude end lack of
energy ; sucl) is Ilrown's Iron Hitters.
Jobu Labollo or noltoD, who was acatpul to tbe
booe a fow Jaya ago by a railing Ircc, will probably
By far tbo best remidy for the trealuiont
of Catarrh and its kindred diseases is Ely's
Cream Balm, which Is having tho largest
sales with ns of any preparation now of
fered. The reports are all favorable, and
we do not hesitate to endorse it as superior
to any and all other articles in tbe market
rne Balm is pleasant and casv to uso.
Craus La wall & Sox, Druggists, Kaston,
We have heard only words of piaiso
for Ely's Croaui Balm from many who
are using It. une of our customers who
bas bad tatanu tor over W years, s.iyi it
has helped him more than anything he
has ever used after trvins- nvcrvililncr
else We can roconimenu it for Catarrh,
liay lever, eto,, Knowing tnat the results
produced will be satisfactory. CnuifriNK
& Bodine, Druggists, Tronton, N. J.
Feb. 28, 1881.
Price uO cent.
Jacob Cole of Drool flekl lial botli tg bioten
ltat week by a fall from the blgli heann ol liia
Pekuvian Svnui" cures Dyspepsia, Gen
eral Debility, Liver Complaint, Boils,
Humors, Cbronlo Diarrhea, Nervous Affec
tions, Female Complaints, and all diseases
originating In a bad state of the blood.
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Court to bo held nt tlifl I'l-oljiite nlltt'o In Montpollei',
ou tbo lltti day of April, A. I)., I---', and show ouih,, u
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(t tUla order bo publlhoil tbrro nerLa bulv-sMvi ly in
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'1 Kt-Tf MONIALM.
' I rou-.irtl Mr. Pil'ly a onoof tho umt rapabf nvt
i.v-'v fii practitioiiois with whom I Lave bad official
c.I S. M wX, C-tiinnissioner of Patent.,
" rtivctit'ira I'nnnnt pmploy a lipmnn morfl trtiflt
vorthv or nmre raiinhlp of n-curinv fnr tlipni an early
uul r:ior:Hit coii-iiicratl"iJ at the Patent .Wire.
r.)Ml'M) i;i;itlK.latc Colli miHRloiier of Patent ft.'
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HLUAM C. UURKKK'S KSTA TI-:.
BTATC OF VCriMONT.WdaUlLtton Msliut, ..
Tn Probate Court, hrkl at Montix-Hcr, fn saia
Dietrlct.oBtlieLUdayof lUrcli. A. b.lbS::
Warreu C. Nyp. mln-lnlstralnr wit ft the will aiuitxo-l
ot tbe eatatfi uf William 0. Dnrkee.Uit of Iiarrcln Hani
rtlBtrlct. (IweaBCt), preccutR ht udnilninti atiun auronut
tor cxnu-lnuticji. and allowaune.nn'l rn'ilte. u-'pll. alien
foradecrfioof (liBtrt.iuUoa ami iirtitlou ul Ui fa
tal e of tiftld deceut-ed :
Wbercnpuu, it is ordvo.l by fflld I'ourt.tliat na;d
acr-ouut and Bind iprli"atlni. bp I'BiVri'oU tu a kojoij
thereof, to be bfld at tUe Probate OttU-nJu said M-mt--injlior,
on the Ifithdiyol Am i!, A. I. 1t9J, fnr lirarinw
ud decir-ffju 1 bpreon; ai:d,it Is ttirtucr i rder-'d. ilmt
notice bpreuf Iib ifivon ti oil poru lntureHi'd by
iublU'atlon of tho saino tliroo wrrks mirt-pKHix-lv in
theC.reeu Mnuutaln i'reeinan, n nc.vpi'HPfr puUieliPii
.luiji.ici.pr, jneviouH tti nam inn" uriiomic i mr
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:m m;.li txr':it pn-iit.-i triMii tbi veryatart.
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