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" .ONTPEHEK VT.. VKUSF.SDAY, MARCH 5, 1884. JireiomalietUeFBKEMAiippllculrlirvalniib ,,irimallliartaoIVrmont,aiidonrfrieiid. , )arts of til. Stat,aiiclallr In Waalilng- i'i i tmolll Countl.. will confer! area "' ,n in aud our r.ad.ra by saiidlnKiia loca 'ulHrtBco. lllv.ua facta and wewllUriamratlumi BUSINESS NOTICES Fur Sale or lo Rent. Mr. Anion B incroft offers for Bate or to cl' his residence, now occnpied by him. n Berlin street. Terms of payment made to tho salisfnotion of (ho purchaser. The lVilUra hlnek was sold nt unction ,bU mornlns. I Mr. Parker of Bethel. Herm-in" Jiuith. "tho talented young Gernim a. list." U on the list of rflissinp;." The UdieioftlieW. C. T. U , will hold -Tea Sociable" Thursday evening. March G.b, at the house of H. C. Webster. All are cordially invited. The truck horse of B. Daley started to r,n tl.fs morning, but brought up against tho coiner block and pretty well demol jsViUlio forward sled runners. T. Allard has removed from the tena ,! bouse of Franklin Iloyt near First A vi nun in to E. S. Camp tenement honse on Kim street opposite the ledge. w,,iW n cdinz (in clearing away that mi l of the Fri nch building south of the arch" picparatory to opening the high w;iv onlered to be opened for travel b) ihc lirslof next May. l'liero were 17 births and 21 deaths in (he West llindolpl) school district the .n n-ir The oldest person was Mary I) ivK aged 9u yours and one month, and lice were over 75 years old. Interesting servicos were also holden at Grand Isle and Scuth Hero, the presiding elder being present. Uro. JJtagg is urns ing his third year, and will have to leave much to the regret of his people. An excellent quarterly meeting was i,m l.ar. Sunday at Nor h Hero, Kev. in 11. Barney of Swanton ofllciating. He preached two excellent sermons, tho one in the morning being particularly Kuuu, Thn St. Albans district ministerial asso ciation will bold its last meeting for the nresent conference year next week, at Swnntnn. besinninz on Tuesday, the lltD. It is sincerolv hoped there will be a full attendance. Fred Seribner, who form erly resided in Montoelicr, is held in $5,000 bonds at i titicinn. Mass.. on the charge of arson. Hn was once before arrested charged with setting fires, but the proof was not strong enough to hold luni. Wn rive on our first wage a report cf the farmers' institute at South Hero to the las', evening, which Prof. A. H. Sabln O'dipied by an excellent address upon "milk," which cannot fail to impart valuable information to all who heard. Thus closed a very interesting meeting. Theodore Fisher has purchased of the Nitional Life Insurance company, a build ing lot of 5 1-2 rods front on Franklin street, being a part of tho old tannery site, paying $500, the purchase including the bine in the rear. Ho will soon commence ttic erection of a house. The spring terra of Hurro academy opened Tucsd iy witti a good attendance of studrnt". Bloom fiki.o February 17 was a vory good day for us. Threu were baptized, and five received into full membership. thus makiniz eight that havo bucn baptized and 14 taken into the clninili hineu con ference, villi others to follow. Our social and class meetings are well attend ed nml urn irranad hv the llulv Smrit. Two new class meetings have recently been established, ivmKinsj iour on we ol large. The two donations recently hold, ono at the parsonage and tho other ut the lower nan. nf the charze amounteu, to 00 i - Kink ness has been a constant visi :or and has roinoved tome who filled a large placo in our mid3t and hearts, lne I ast one. was Sister Ellen Uurbank, the last daugh ion nf Sister Moses Puttee. Only a few persons are blessed with such cha ractoris- lics as she possessed; strangers folt at home at once in her presrncc; s'.ie had a word for each one with whom she chanced to meet. May God bind up these aching hearts, and help them to cast all -their burden upon the great burrlenbuarer. Tho Junction Inn q hna tlann lnaiA.t lr Vim Ness Spaulding. L. H. iWllaril started for Clinvimn. W T., Tliurslav nijilit. St. .foiiNSiiunr. Town meetlni? nassed ilT i-ery q Uetly, all the officers being tleulwl by acclimation. lite mall tntin from Swanton last Friday could not get through to liore, and the ono from Portland did not noma after iiiursuiiy 'Mil .Monday. Uev. K. W. Culver CnuiNTii Cdimiat. Dr. J. C. Bt-ir!ri of rtftrrn iinrl Brother Bulchelutir came and nrrrlnntoil thu meetings of last Ss.bbath. at the 31. K. cliurcii, wun nrsuter raimcr. It was a good day, there was a good con rreation and (rood attention and, we trust. 200.1 and excellent spiri tuat results As far as I am able to judge. 1 trunk we are on lne right track and teeking lo be filled with the Holy Ghost. In was elected town placo of Rev. E T. superintendent Sand fold. A deep religious feelinz is manifested among the students and several have made a start in Die Christian way. I tie sug.ir party at the M. E. church vestry was well attended, though the weather was bad, the sugar was good. Mrs. Geo. B, Walkor while working on Summer street, last week, fell and broke her ankle. Wim.iamstown. There will bo an oys ter (.upper at the M E. chuioh Wednesday eveninz, March 12. h, for ihe benefit of Rev. G. I,. Wells. Admission, 30 oenUj cliildnn under twelve years, 15 cents. the P. & O. R. R. A freight train oft seven oars Jumped the track at West Danville and finding the mall could not pass that day, each train ran to the wreck and then backed back till they could turn their engines and so return, The train west wont to Greensboro Bend and turned and bad just left E. Hnrdwick when they left the track on an embankment and roll ed down some feet. The passangeri were shaken up and wo or three badly bruised. The train esst backed to St. Johnsbury In lately. DEATHS. The meeting eveninz TOWN OFtTCEES. i'mor -Mnlorator, B. J. Lance; ctnrk, Allen Parry; tnuMriT.T. H. L'lliie: hslors, O. Jl. ''", nt woo I niia lumottr. -f' u uncs (i I. 0Tw.lky,O K CHUM. H Owood. Bt"m,H nan. Towutux. 3&ceruH; uiww . " ", ,,, moupr vote. DwiueiL.w. Viiiiniirf) I i-i . i.. m tnwn tiuasurer, tno ajuuu u whnl u nil loi'tlim. t,. )mtnr.r.W Scott, i-lerk. and treas.C Hoi il-n; c.ustable au l cjllector. a A 11 vviiaoloVk K P . r r tnlr.Vitnannr tnWD H'oRfRHrFB.-M'ifiTauir. i' - V, i ivheeler SM 1U K I. U WlUOil.-J- Br.l.ix Modsrstor, b t Aimrmi. p WSSSSCm Stroud W r,., -Moderator, B P Whit? clerk "'"."''q H Leonard; constable, r " "iK.r.,;. " . k ,j6n. MriA-in u L "ara;ll8ter,A " luiioo. A r. Jen ii'.md lllisa: overseer of poir, ,! a.iurt ninail. Tax, 35 cent! on a uu.m.. .TOT'--Mff,2ri V Thornton: selectmen. Q u K LV. Ka ana Mavo; unstable. Kns., loor,.j M lirowu: aifeut, U. Mayo. Ian. 60 cents on i t MftH,.r.iior. H K MorBBl clerk and . ..Mir ir .1;, ..,' ,rnl.n .InRAUll littrtlelt, U W 'rTid J W Oliamberlln; consuljle.VV J Bate bel- 8iiLiir;aKeut, W S -Marti .. 'i'ai, lis oenta on a ttonar. M.t.i.LMEX.-ModBrator. Wm Cb.pln: clerk :. Wm J M-i:nry; treasurer, Beujamln ele.?; f.V: I'haiiln. Jainea II HolJeu and .S!8??': MMtauie. M W Mile"; superiuteudent W U cnnrcn. luiers. I, A Fltut. ) 3 (Iraves ana " - ceuts ou a dollar. W.TF.BOURT.-Moderator. W P pillinKham! clerk' Frank Nsinllli: treamrer, .1 K Kullertou; aelectmeu. ceilooiu.ou,.! A BnrleKh and Luther Davia. oou rbln.. W May: superintendent, Uev S I) tuurcli. Ilitera, O W May. F Cluiwli aud Frank N Hm tn , over er nt poor, Zeuaa Watts; a-out, J A Burlelirli; town irand Juror, Ueorire W Morae. Tax,) centi ou a dol Ur. ' ... ..... n i n. Alapk anrl WAlTariKl-D.-Mnaerator. tj r, "J'L ..' in.ilti treaaurer, 11 J tileaatm: selectmen, L ,'?4TA-,,IJL1.. noiilUU uil ojri x juucb, U lUBbUUir, u, '-J UailPi' V listrs. I'liuv J.HCKWOOU, itaortfe a l-erry X"."'. j Baabnell: overpenrof tioor, Almou Joalyn ; aRenr, a a uaiUuKS. Tax, 4a cents ou a dollar. North riELD. Moderator, Oeore Nichols; clerk. O a u Uiuuy; treasurer, t; r lucumona; uc,o-. Ivor. A wiuht: onsianie aim wnw."..'n Wrurht; aelectinen. It W Clark. Fred Parktr and H Brnwu; liaters.u u TlKlen, w w lioiaeu " lev. sniierliiteiirtent. (I A llrslev. TaX. 6a CDIS OH dollar. ... . j a n ('jif.i.kf.a. Moderator, L v Htncaiey. iS u'u vti f!'irm: treasurer, J H Bacon; Belectinen.WH h nan, HI. Illaby and 8 Si Ke.es; .VKWIlSim R liibins and F. N liacou: overseer ot poor, selectmen: Kent, 8 B Ueuard. lax. ( centa on a dollar. trSTt 0 Martin and 1 M Seaver ; overseer of poor, Hainan Hi!i;aKeut, c U Lathrop. RA-.r,oi.pH.-Mnderator, .IT 01ev;l.ml . Jr; clerk, N 3 "and Vt?nXlu.h,f. O II' OranKer. rir.s.u. Ulbbard and A r. D.itood; overseer oi poor, O nurau rer; aireul, H 0 S nwr. DrxnuRT Mnderator.O A Oray;clerk and treasurer, 1 W Huntley: s-'leetlneu. Frank Athort.iu, (i O M l ijavid Farraiul; ooualanl". M K Griffith: superln f.nd.5t. S 'VS Haters. E AO ray, W fsil l id B W Hiintlay; ovorseur ot poor, i O Andrews, Kout, U O Ward. M AnFHFtFLD. itofieraior, i-niu, . rMintendelit.W H H.Mears; selectmen, (loti.Wixister. :. 8 Laird, J- H. Carpenter; listers, w. aiarviu, aj. n. l. .?..i.. 'm.rlr Unas: treasurer. Oeoriro O. Ilavls; aonataiae c W H I) Inell ; overaeer. I). !1. Lovelaud' "a" it ' L (.."..sn: auditor. L. W1. Pitkly: Kr.no Jiinr A H Davis road romniURl'ttiArB, Lurt A. Alar In "frath; "itobinsoi.O.W. H. Uwinell. W ""! iteuty lliinsrt.lieo. u. ..urnic,. Y, - ! side ralltoad; liaised in rente on Hie dollar lor town! io railroad; ail, limnway tpayauie m uiuucj. Cuelsea. C. 1. Dickinson of ISnton is visiting his parents. f!irne.lius Pettis furnished an oyster suppar for his niighbors and friends on Tuesday evening, lobruary wiu. Thm wm n lirze sale ot nereaanaise it auction at the hotel, February Will and 26th by a company of traveling merchants, ri.iariflrlv raeetina services wore hold at ' " ' the Methodist churoh l ist Sibhath. Thn imlifia of the Consroira'-ional clmrch furnished a chowder dinner at their church parlors, Tneadiiy rebruiry 2u: h. The winter term ot (Jdauji ncvlamy olosed Friday, February iiOch. We tako the following uerui of interest from the publis hed reports ef tlie select men of the tow.i. hxpenses of repairing ihe highways, breaking winter roads $101; expenses on bridges, ui j town school fund, $750; cemetery fund J528; town debts $21X7; an increase of 883 1 from last year. Cost of taking care of the paupers, $2141. The number of births in tne town last, year was 15. Marriages 10. Deaths 2(i. Of those that died 2 wore over 90 years old; 2 were between 80 and ninety; nine were between 7Q and 80; four were Between 63 and 70; two word between 50 and CO; two were betwoon 40 and 59; none between 20 and 40; one between 10 ,.nrl9nt three were under 10. Milosl2. RVmiles 14. Miss Lwnia laincoln, tne oldest ono, was 90 yen and 8 months. Arthur V. Gass, who ins (seen siuuymg ot Snmarvillo. M usa., returned mn4n,iuu nome last week, preparatory to going to Burlington to attend a course oi niemuai lectures Mra (jnnld has moved from the villajje o Charles Bixby's, on tho east hill. v.-,.nk Whitnev now serves come at ins grocery for the comfort of his customers. Henry Lyon was qiuo oauiy iiijuieu shile slidin; on the crust a fe tl iys ago by being thrown from his sled. Henry Cl.irko an i ano'.nor uujr o.o thrown from their sleigh recently, by the borse taking fright from bays aiming on . hand sled. Tne horse ran an i ciearon a msolf from tho sleigh. s -r members of Orange county bar are !03ated in this village, being ouo to every )-.n inliahilants ol tho town .Tnhn B. Atwood has so tar recovered f otn his long sickness as to engage in the un ,;n, a a nf liis store. UU II. II. Taylor has soi l 1m liv;rv stau e bisiness with teams, carriages, hxlures, ate, to a Mr. Brown of Koyaltoo. Mrs. C. E. Robinson is receiving a visit from ber sister, Mrs. Loveland of Burling, ton- .. . Elson Allen was cillert to voouin. Mass., recently, tu bury ins sister. rs. Porter. Mr. E. E. Herrick is receiving a visit .rombor mother. Mrs. Dr. Hendrick, ol West Randolph. P.i.voitB. Ksv. Mr. Uyan. Ihe pasior of the M. E. chu o'j, has been hold- inc extra mee.ings lor mo .-v - -and a good interest was manifested. Quito a laro-e number hive found tho Saviour precious and several have been reclaim ed, nnd still tho good work is going on. r... nr, i vm-v mucu nueu ii' uy ,he church nnd people, and may the good Lord bless and strengthen mm in me ruui. work of saving souls. Oiilm a narnber of Hie norses m uns vicinity are having tho distemper. Herbert Gale goes to ouui"S week to study medicine Quite a number are sick witu cum, around here. J. W. Rivers has Hired out 10 c. u. Morse for one year. II. A. Spencer, tne i". " Thursday evening and proacheU a vary acceptible discourse to peopic.anu u..u..u. tered the rites of baptism to several. White River. Junction-, J. C. liar- .ntvn aiinnrin vev. Ksq.. wan cnuseu r S,(i ingli ild district preachers' assembled in H irtl in 1 Tuesday Fob. 2(i. and as the nreachers appointed to preach thu word on that occasion were no", present, a social meeting was held. Wednesd iv ni'irning a prayer meeting, led bv llr i A U C lopur, wis held and at iis el.ise he wis tn id'! chiirm in of the bir-in s. sesainii ani It. n A. J. Hough seeii'laiy. U i m i mii nf U,o. I. Me.Vnn, tlie pro v iitiai'i was set usidu and a con versation on m 'thuds of church work was taken up. Weilaesdtiv l . il hn -1:11 aa ai.aai.,ri ixraa held, at whioh Bro. A. J. Uough read an es-ay on "Ihe Problem of Mormonism In the United Slates," and Uro. I. McAnn on 'The Progress of ihe Teiuuerance lleforiii in the United Stales." Bro. C II. W.i.ii-r iv ti made secretary, us Bro. (Inili'll 11 ill 111 li'av,' Urn V V 1 ,,1-or P. U. in the North India Conference, was introduced and added t the interest nf the meeting by showing they were making "il in iihauwav ill leni I'raeen wrtrur in Iudia. Ho also showed from facts falling under his notice when in flrpaf. nrilnin that progress had been made there. rtrn. Tl. h . itnvnnlHa roail nn qbihv rtn ... - j 'V "The Social Mcetinsrs of the M. E. Church ami H no uught to sustain Them. ' tVednosdav evoninsr Bro. E. W. Parker delivered bis illustrated lecture on India, which wus brim full of instruction and i'muscment. It was a rare treat and all who care to obtain a vivid idea of the c.mnlrv. Ihe manner. and customs, the people, and life in India, should bear this lecture. Thursday morning Bro. E. W. Parker led tho prayer meeting nnd presided at the business session, lwo essays were read, ono by Bro. C. II. Walter, on "The F.llleiencv of our Present Svstem ol Sunday School Work," and another by Brc J. Ilimilton, on "The Defoots of our Present Svstoiu of Sunday School Work." I5ro, Parker told us of the Sunday schools of Imlia, their rise and progress. Thursday r i. Bro. I. Me.Vnn preaohed from "Han tho race lint is set before vim." and Thursday evening Bro. A. L Cooper preached, but not being present wo cannot give his text. Tho weather during tho meeting was .iiirinv and this mado the attendance both of preachers and people very difficult, but those who failed lo be there missed a good dual. A votn of thanks was extended to the people of Hartland for their hospitality and the committee for the present year wis inslrue'.e.l tj arrange a programme for the first meeting of next year. C. H. Walteh T? n . T o . Cur. IV 1I.0I1IU1, CAisa ajr.ol.iE. o uunuai aisani'ib. Tk. A;i I,.. a,,nrt un kimHinnn auu aapiu uiiui'ti una buv.ii hwuhuihim of good things that our space will not. per . 7, i-: Tl i: mil us UJ pill iicuih.1 I2tf. las euimi vncv. T. De Witt Tnlmnge) has nn admirable article, "Practical Sympathy," and in the nome i uipu is a eerruon oy iiiui, im Rnmil F.iiln" Aninnor the elaborntch illustrated articles nre: "A Pilgrim in Yellowstone Park"; "Jnhann Wolfannp von Goethe," by D. K. Hervey; "bister Festivities at St. Peleisburg," "The l...ii:.. Aoi,,. r V..m V'.lr I'll,. c uuiiuiinkj aoy,uiij ui ,c a u, and other articles, esays, sketches, etc., h Allrelon llervey, jaeign iNorvui. ivev. p. Kand, Mrs. A. n. Alexander, itev. ,i. r iJlav Moran. J. Alexander Patten, etc I he serial and snort stories are Dy ueien U7 Pl.,rann I. T Mnnill. .IniPtllini K U;il,u,a ali Thai nruniia iLrti (,f OTI'at merit, and the miscellany is most eompre- hnn.lni, inlarnat in ir Rlul I'll! fil'l !lin I n -t . Prioo, 25 cents a single number, or $2 oil year, postpaid, biks. ritANa. nuua, Publisher, 03, no nnu oi rara nra, New York. 'inMnntprliar, March 8, lira. ELIi! VDETH ISIiOWN, aKed h:i years. In ll-rlm. Full. !, LOUISA, wlfa ol the late laaao L" mau of Moutpeller, aaed 711 yean. In Nortlifleld. Feb. 5. DELLA A., daualiler of fiapt. Wm H. and J ulla umltll, axed 21 j ears aiul 7 muntus. ... 'r.i.-i.,... V.1......M l.'Atll. U I'lT.SIIMAN1 awed ti6ycara.amontliB, 17 days. At Ills Iste name in louoivuie. iv X.. oi i,ii.,iiimin Faliruarv 16. 1"81. 11IAL LA I'lIOFK, iiKi'd id yeara 1 nn (lei easeu vas a uii'.ni'ivjuoiHai i. SSTHIiinnni.RYnRFIAMF.RS. I . mi-VJ- 1 . . .u.m til VIR 7 Great MoHarcHies OF THE VNU1BNT KXSTBItN WORLO. Dv HawMn. ou. '1'iiTvQ iHrife volumei, nvnr fine Illmttratl'int reduced from 19 to 96- not soia oy acaiflr, looks tiBiit tor eKumiuatiou before payment, ou evi loucent tcooti laitli. 8ieclmen patten auu mrwe cta lo ue tree. JUHX . ALUtS.S.PilUlinljer, 18 Vetiev nt., . I'. U. JJOX 13:7. CABINET BTtLE. w . tm FIVB QOtO MKOALS and ELEVEN SILVER MEDALS awarded ror Buoanorii wi Prooe and Produot. AMUNQ Til KM ItAkv A iii.L-G-rl.-Ii ew a RpitinlTS (.'IIAIUIK. U S. Mara ha I Henry of Bur.iujjton on tridaj arrested Ji.hn Keenan of bwiiiiton and Kratk Konier ol Hog Island on the chargi of lorgerj. U seems that Keenan attempted to proeure a pension by means oi a Dogus am i.mt, ann u eiaiiuuLi ui.u he forged the name of Capt Brans in of Mi;llletdry lo luriner nisscneuie. ruftiei was arrested as an f ecc9Sory to the fact, at he was Kcenan'3 confidential clerk. The nPH,. ;..id i,t Waaliintrinn. nn receiving a suspicious looking ailidavit, wrote to Capt. Urom'on, WHO replied mat no Knew nuiu ini of the papers, or of any such person as John Keenan. Tho prisoners were taken to Burlington taiday evening, iveenan ,.. umlanmul 1,1 tlV.I VflatH flntl ftix montls ut hard labor in Windsor prison. roster was let out nn nan. Tiiu ruvnkW S rt . TllACKliY I r I'll ards. the town marshal of Uheraw, wh was shot down by V. B. Uasli in tin stree'S of thai village, died on 1'ilil.iy Richards was a member of the Thirteenth Massachusetts volunteers, and was pro mOlOd lO Iirst lieuiBuaiicy . ui jiniinui y. Mr, Coward, the unoffending bystander who was wounded by ono of tlie bill lets intended by Cash for ihe marshal, lies ii , very precarious common, ins in via imha hfiinc uaral'.z-id. and in all nroba bility tho tragedy will prove a iluubli murder. A uneraw iiesp-iieii bi; nv inquest was held today over KiclianI body. Cash has not yet been arrested, and so far no very determined effort has bi ei mado in Ibis direction. It i said that In las fled to Norlh Carolina, the snooting .t Olnl...,.r1a u nnn nf MlH mniit. pnlll ui aaiiii, vo ..... .. - blooded deeds ever committed in tlie stall and is universally condemaeu. ian nn not give him a clianee fur life. II' adopted tho Texas method anil gut the 'drop on mm, snooung uiui i.ia- m aa nnirmail. nr at. least nut 811 IK'CLini' that any attack would bo made upon him. ARL m BEST THING KNOWN " WASHINGBLEACHINQ IN HARD OR SOFT, HOT OR COLD WATER. SAVES LABOR, TIME and SOAP AMAZ INGLY, and gives universal satisfaction. Ho family, rich or poor should be without it. Sold by all Grocers. BEWARE of Imitations well designed to mislead. PEARLINE is tht ONLY SAFE labor-Bjivins; compound, and always benrn thonbovo svmbol, and name of JAMK3 PYLE, NEW YORK. Tti7w;'rVoV 1 BARNES Patent Foot and SteamPnwei , Matmnery, compieie oumia (for Actual Work shop lit iSaws, Formers, MortisersTe. Innnsrt .tr ltc Mjcl) itlPli OU nr k Jnr jmaw iurnkm. JJo. H i RubyMreet, RockrorO, I1L M9w8 Uiiltfdc.Ued. NOW YOU CAN GET Sugar Sursd Dried Essf Nice Home-made Lard, Sausages, . e.. 0.b Call a( mv ntnvp, corner Main anil State St.. or (tpnr j'iMiri.fclfr I'V ti u i I nml have nuy ot UieHe kooub scu '1 ho Ol der Trade ft Specialty. O. D. SCRIBNEH, MdrilD. licr. ------ Vormout CUSHING'S MANUAL OFPARUMEIITARr PRACTICE nf Til ni'l'l'l I II It ft III IH'IUHL- III m 1 1 in i mi i i I . i ... - :,n,l is nn Iii.lisp.!.sib1 Mat.il-liook for . fnn.n.lliV of IUlV lr. iC.'.'ll lllff OV tM'llU'. ,..t 'riitli'.i-iinti I'Mitniiulor t,r Ani1'' . itirt-." I'll s. M Mvi.rt- -r. ?iimv A 0., Roion, Mum ik. iir.I n t 1,'n i T. at PVUIB OF I.VUUSIKT, Piiiis, Frur.ci', 1S79 PALVt'K Of IMiUSIIlV. Puria. Finnci', IHH2, alter werks of nomrstltlvrti'sis witli tiirlsirtiiur Mi:k t nmv nun iv iivei! miiiiii mil: IK AMI FM'TOURS Tbey raise tlia most obkam and nisUe IlifPEKT limiKH THE JOHNSON IVOIlMiLSGH). A 'f'eachers' Seminary of . Established Reputation. seeks n H.!. pii ki-a lti-.n Hrri)ENT.Rni willbelu irll T'l lll.OI HI K 'J EAUIIKliM. KI.KVAiuu H'WLEt CHILDS' Treatment For THE DAVIS Smm CRURA TK .M08T l-OIJCLAa OfUMX IV TUB MAHliKT n.b.. iu mn,i h.ni.r r.rn s tflvii a'P-i'itit nf prciim. H'if l'iss nn olhJrCliiiruwork.Mo.sy. 11 mi . nn,. It m ;.k.''; ti.a I. ,Ht srri.il i.n uiaklUK nlauails lorilarlBaaii'l lai-.wrl.is. SonU r.ir lllmtralea Oir.-ulnrs. H'VU Vormnnt. Farm MacllillQ Co.. fIJollowS I ,illn, Vt. lJani:iu t;ic)if rd in tlie ifRtrl: b in itiorflBpflinitloDi KKUliUAUV aud tlis FlliST Ti .-M'AV Ton riTI.-a.IIAV it MEl'TiiMUKlt Be id forcircular. EUfflKII COMM. Printipl tl And Diseases ol tho Rfl HEA0, THROAT 4 LUMG51 fii Cj iJ.llV.'r.'ill'ilV.Klr'Nlll'l"! i.,. :, ST. JOHNSBURY ACADEMY A if or it superior advantage for a COLLEGE PREPARATORY, I0ATIN uik' ENGLISH, or ENOLIKH and HCl&V i I TiiiDHKhnni 1. h i vm 1111111 in n i.oamtin .cabinet! iitl I ill othr nnerlltii api'lium-i-fl lor tlie bent truiuiiiir nn. ir'allterni tor befcfini AuiuBt St. Forfurtlinr . r.r in.t ' i ra i r imtnlnanif nrl 1 1 cm e iiriucinal. n T.FUM.T-'n .Rt .loliusbarr Vt THE NEW KlUSICALjjUIVER. By L. S. LtASUN ana n. h. unrrtni i. A ehoice collection of sacred and secular music tot Singing Cla4sea Institutea9 pi. - i.Vtt MiieirAT. Oi'TVFH " w be tound to be very comjilete in all its departments. The nlllK IIIU l WO a.a.. a.. ingenioua. The Editors have been fortunate in securing contributions from prominent American composers. The work is eminently practical, aqa we are sure, will meet with public approval. Price. 75 ceiiia oy man, 75 pages F Ti.K1la.hl hv JOHN CHURCH & CO., new voRK offices j Cincinnati. 0. NO BUiliU'1 DMuaioi i Mtiyl $5.00. $5.00. $5.00. We will furaish a set ot Scales like the cut above, weighing cor rectly from 1-2 ounce to 240 pounds, and the Greek Mountain Pnnum (WIS YEAR if nail, in ailvnnnn. for ft'i.flO. This is ns L' IVLI.JUA.1 . J-. -J a """"J V low as the Scales alone can be bought at retail, and we make this offer to benefit our old subscribers, and as an inducements to new A 1 .1 ones. Aauress II. E. WHEELOCK. Montpelier, Vermont. Patents g IIIIIVI n jiiijv. At (ill il ' . BoiuhtBold or iro.-ur-il. h. k tr-, A. V. MOitfl N K CO , P.. eut Attonnya anil Hroln rii. H'iU iin'trm. Dr. (' ti4l I 11 Kend "ix cwnt' tnr pm-tHf. I nnd recflive free, n r.tty U jl oftfonds wbirih will help you to mure money tikoj tlnui aiiythiiiif elflo In tlila wm- tl. All, or either sea, mi cii'.l fron flrt hour, fh ... i..,i.iiiii tlm uinrlmra fttinr). e ud Iri'Ki', 1 hue At o . Ann-uitta, rinljl 1 Ulrjlr,.H a ,..,sth- imx (it if.inHH h irli will .illtri in 'It mnlify nilli aM.i man WlirHI. MI.OI I'llll'l MH.-iliirnii i-'w ti,i livnad r'linl to tortuiH! "I" ,1';(ore ( i,Hiiiiit'iy mu'o. At oncuaddt-ppn. I ana ,t. Maine. irH:mroa' J Vlwi, IVJ Im MAM -i' TAYl.OH HUO . 17wif:i'w iiHlt'-l lltt,t,,-r Printintf Stamp, tram i K .ijlfvtlrtiiu.v . Fiv.r:r.iiv Hifn-i t-t ji'j-itic ftisdollKT belts - aii-o (. mi-a uil.l 1 ' ui Meneeiy & Co., West Troy, W.Y MllwIS ft-"'iSS l"." S l.?a"1' " ' V S". I'i'i'ii 7,. "r rV I a "( . Prrll,;,, -;.m.i ,.r..n.,.t hem to say so, becausft Ur. HUenniiu Ins tumnauds t atttwt lua tmre fur tli-j p.iHt -i) yiNn, i nan ithvBiainLtia TniaKPR am riu.tiirfl cultivators, thev impedfi i;inml;.niii..'iiiiso niTiiliiu-o, ln nainno .oavvr., rlnlillltl' 1 ,1 , 1 1 Ifrt rft , -fl In mi'hll nl 11 TH. 1111 DOtt'IK' V "MM 1)1 IIII' 'tl M 'V. r UttU in. i'l J .vf.l i in all A von lit- of 1.11V r ti"'. i'ttf"' iJ'ilinjr uiui IlhintrtilloiiK. lit mi.m vvr nuniii. lltlllCV Hllfl !)'! F.r.?N.eV""l..V" : i.-.-V i. .b nm-iiiiot. nf iiinnoifiiii.liic hkfiiecsH jad raoca before aud after cure, with oud-iraomonta from t-leryineo. i'hviiiiian, , "IV.hlm.hlr'Vii tb. wilt beneutbycx,.rens oui-e:ih-t of S irouW, f ruw of timm v.lmwn He m-n ph. ni I 1 1 'f, 11 .i lma... L-nh U'b .tii viihiMinfv vat h wlicn it will Im clopetl. 'i'" fl.ive a trip to New ork i i.. nt n.,A sj.im a. i, ill- L.nLr imt fnr i mi mini t mil 111 H:fHt oil I I'l Mil. MoShane Bell Foundpy Mminfncttiro those relslirste HF.I.T.JI : ,,11'MIMM frl'IIUUI'llKS.TOWFK CLOrKK.&r .fee. I'ricesaudcatsloKua II. MrHANli &Co .Ilaltimore, Md. Confeuknce E.NTF.itrAiNMENT. (Bene fits thereof, ilc.1 Tho Vermont confer enco heli I its session in St. Alb ins in 1863 On the Sib'i illi Bishop Simpson prencbeU in the Con(;i-eg:ilion:tl church the most effectivo sermon ever preached in that town, before or since. The next morning a Conrrojition;il ileaciti iicooste'l an Kpiscopal voitiymm. Tho litter greeted the deacon with " Wh i! ! had bishop in votii- pulpit voiteidiy, eh?" "Ves," ie- plied the deacon, "and a bishop what was a bishop." To this d.iy, doubtless, St. Alb ins Molludimii ii the giinor for that sermon. 11. Bauiif.. The "Little Folki " concert lust Wednesday evoning was a very enjoy H,ln ffjir. Reoeints were 820.00. Rev J. R. Bat-tlett's sermon last Sunday afternoon on tho "History ot Mcitlioilisin In Uirro" ur is niiiln interastins and lis tened to throughout by a largo audience. James K. Applebeo delivered his socond and third lectures at the town hall on Mon day and Tuesday evenings of this week, to a fair audience. t jani Tnr this town. LOIIUWi.i. - The illustratod leoture, Life in India, by o. v W l'.irker. at the M. E. church on Thursday evoning, was listened to by an appreciative nndience. The remains of Mrs. Woo.lcocs were taken to Marshfluld for interment on Saturday morning. Rev. A. J. Hough is invited 10 reaa ih instructive nnd humorous poem, ins Country Parson, on Friday evoning at West Hartford ami on inursuay uvcuiug at Post Mills. ,.... r- n ii. Wnltor exchangoa wun hot. IWI w. A. J. Hough last Sunday for oommumon seryiii"- . , Mia Nellie Moan ciosou a uwiu, . ! i.t.na nn Pi'llliltf . . nr apnrini in iiiia iiiv w LI 1 III ui . . . O. W. Smith will commonce using the i ,t nf the bikory on weanesaay, DUIU. l.. , - ii,r..n wceki irom me iiino k.irni. Rov. T. T. Frostof Bradford will deliver . . L.mi..i Lniiim. Brush Fences, Maroh HIS uriu.". - . u rn,A thn una eveninz by Knv . t iimicrli In bis now poem, entitled o.i T.ilih-a creed. 1 no entenainmoui Aliumj , Jl WUI be under the auspioes of the ladios benevolent Bociely of Ihe M. cnurcu. n.n.sn.slsn service will bo observed M the M. E. church next Sundays meeting of tho quarterly board on Monday Swantox. Mr. and Mrs. Hallou have now been hero over live weeks. During tho last week thn work his taken on more power and has taken hold of quite a number of heads of families. As long as tho woik is showing euch progress, and spreading ns It is now, nicy will siny Last Sunday morning class was one to make tho older Christians rejoice and take enm-ase. some forty or more present, and a largo number of those wore in class for tho first time. There aro surely showers of blessing here. To God b3 all the glory. Tho weather is warm and tho sleighing nl most irone. Travelinc on the lake is n-etting bad, although Islanders cross un- till they havo to swim part of the way. There was no butler minuet nere lues- j day, buyers were absent and sellers also; but wo look for market day to be lively in n fan weeks. Our flouring mills are very much drove now. Thn stock of ten thousand dollars for the now Sinpcndcr Company, is all taken and business in that line will no nveiy soon. I'rnaiilent Bceman was in town one day last week on his return from Highgate, where ho had just secured $5,000 for the sominnry. St. JaiiNSBURV. A sugar party at tho M. E. vestry Tbursdny eve. New sugar solved. From tho preparation now going on, i mi u km:i. ,u: WO lllink Dtllllling will una lum coming season. M T. Perkins, a brakeman on tho i: & 0. U- It . was killed Monday night. Ho . ns i is n (Tht li-eisnt irora ine east, ..,i uis. missed when tho train reached this place. They went back to look for i.i m nnd found him near w. uoncora. Uo was mangled terribly. It Is thought be fell under the cars while in motion, it invp a w fe and several children m.. Hunt lev. at the center, tapped Slu.". " v some 400 trees last week and made some n.w anirar. Th Y. M. C. A. lecture course is -ic Taken all around it was not as vnri as last year. The sooiety made a . nnri ahowins financially. ymy ay - - ptons for the new leoiuro uu io m uo next week. The work will be nnnar1 HC inOH RS DOSSible. Culllli"'uuv" " ... Monday, the Sith, was a iaa aay ror TIIKCOMMASDEll-IN.UIlliF of the (JranJ Army of .he Bepublle, Major ueoigi S. Merrill. Few remsities aro better known in tin.' vicinity than Sulphur IlUturs, fieir sale has been very general throughout this scelion, an'l Die ihiiii Mr of reliable and well attested cases ol benefl iial results and rccovory by their tue, Is lar;e aim beyond dispute. 92 John Hamilton, while ascending the stairs at one i f the quarries at Wis lint land, was ni eciijiUted 50 feet to tin rock below by the giving way ol tin stairs. Ho was oauiy Druiseu nn i i-iu. but cot fatally injured. Dr. N. C. White's Pulmonary Elixir Is warranted to relievo Croup In 30 minute : To relieve common cold Immediately: To nlkvi asthma at once : To cure nil coughs before uleui .ittftu: To cure sore throat: To cui e lto:irsenen of singers and speakers : To always loosen r. hxougTo clve salislnciion lo an wun inrn. "i i.n.v in.- imii.ms:rs. Ladies. on rjiniiol iiiaki fair stin, rosy cheeks, and spai kliim eyes villi nl the cosmetics of France or beaitliliers oi me aoim while in poor health and nothius will (live yi.ii sucl ilch blood, good health, stiCDiiill and Ueauly a. Hop tillers. A trial u certain prow. im,n, C.... trnit MienlTlMIFSKKTATIOM. Kx Judge Barrett, attorney fur i x Lieiiteuuii' Governor Underwooa, om nruugiu mih agaiust United S ates M n shall Henry ol Burlington and others lor $15 OUO, foi alleoed misrepiesentation as tu ihen n li tion"of llie plainlifl's health. in ... i.n...,,. mu, tlr. I'.i'iison's kill l ine It :is iire.l mv Ei iamaol thc scalp, oi l j ears ln mil , a An.l.,ra Allr. at Law. Ablllon, III. Mllll druifslsts. Kndorsod by physicians. nij fi i, nui ii iinitnrrt that after the Cnidali outrage Senator Lamar urged the puip'.e of the county to lioia a meeting nnu i!"' diate the murder of Matthews and Ihe resolutions approving it, but it was a thing that couldn't bo done. Too many lead ing citizens" were mixed up in the iiusinrss and had helped il on. i. p.- wiv.5a-.vlng made a pleasant and healthy exerclset TST Ma les ' I mproved Perfection Riding Sa w n.- n;irl,l i.lnnnrilnr tins tnrirf noWfr. i 'kfr nidlioii : n bnv of 13 iierforinB the iiibor oi ii moil ; all machines warran- . Agents wanirn in rpii nus wmi l.Mir PmlllliPrill. tern, and antlre imp Ot RIM1S. I.irn In THE MASSES .yi'F'U tuni'ANY, Hamilton, O. ninll.'l low . HISTORY (Initn'sOreece, ifi2.7i. .iliiraiuai r.".'-"'' $l.6ii: orpeii's Eiik land. l.7J: S billel' i'r:ivs Filti-en Uecii-ive iihii les, ii"'; uaru ih ,'..:... liumlnti SJc: Ciremi. SeUiller. uri-aay r ill,, i o e !' : krtirlek's Ancient Kiryiit. l :, 'l :; v ' ic".-u il "t'.ri. J.io: Oll.li.".' B'li.ie, 1 iiiuiiKiiIriiiii.l. i ;s: Fr.'iasarl'a Chrouicior, l.Hi ;.,I.il"i.Mie DJil.i'iiii v ilntni'i t ree. j..! JU11.N U. AL IEN, Publisher, M) bx 1227. H Veaey ulruot, New York. e 'i'''.'M,iJi'ewlVh I50i)lpatimoniais,pricca,ct').,ii'ntfr'-ta. Blymyer Manufacturing Co., CuujinoaU. o THIS NEW ELASTIC TRUSS; lias a fail diiUTont fnun all olliPrn.i cup shaiie, wllh S-'!-AdjiihtinfT Ball in (.-t'ntor.ail.ipl while tlie bat! in ihe cup presses back tho intes tines lust as a person fineer. 'Hfht .ivbi.uk me ikt t-lv "r.y and nurht, ond a nullral cure w.ilurnlilpnndcli.'.-ii'. hent ity irniii. tuuuaioa luibs to., uimioi uu Iiiieoww IjmfsENSIBLES 3' NT "0 i7a Ulth t n," i . IivM ci-rtiiin. It 13 LI culalaUv.'. UIUIIT YEAItS'SUKOfULACUlltU. A valusJ correspondent, Albert Simpson, Ki , writing from Peoria, 111., Bays: "Samarltau Nei vine cured mo of scrofula, aller having suffered foi Syoara wllh the disease." Mr. Simpson lives In Peoria. ABkhim. Vour drng;lsi keeps it. ei.M. uwl ltich plioaphatcs of Wheat solution are easily assimilated. In Wheat Hitters is Ihe onlv practical way to get them. Bead advt. carefully. uwl Wilh Ely's Clean. Balm a child can lie Heated without pain or dread, and wllh perfect sjftty Try the remedy. It cures Catarrh , liny fever and Colda In the head. 5lic. Apply Into nostrils with IM linger. The restoration lo hcnlth of our child wo cuisid- ered uncertain. When two weeks old sho caught cold. For 18 months shi;was not able to bientno ., i. .,. nnstrlts. became emaciated. Upon imuiia" ning Ely's Cream Balm her difllcullywas removed ne breaihcs naturally, air. anu airs. j. oi. aaua, Oswego, N. Y. From Col. C. II. Maotey, nan lowa miantry ; i have derived moro beneflt from Ely'a Cream llalm than anything else I have ever tried. I havo now been using It for three months and am experienc ing no trouble from uaiarrn wnaicvci . i nam wnai a sufferer for twenty yoara. C. H. Mackev, Sig- ourney, Iowa, Feb. Si.lt3. IIABIl LUMPS IN BREAST. n ni M. nflr,,ln. V. Y. Dear Sir. 1 wrote yon ioroe lime ao lhat I thought I had a can cer. There waa a largo niini.un iuj as a wolnut and had been there lour monlhs. 1 I eommenced taking your golden medical discovery and the lump ia gone. Mrs. K. K. Liars, nnre Vj dcat ALL! WA I UWLU Ml."- ' WW HUH l--..r thr little It rrwts. nothinp m.lkcs such a ur.tnii H'lid;;v l-iil tor a I'fiKht I'oy at. a M..,lfl rrcss. i niMii.irvcii.iis ,w..rk. l.u.n'ii'I iiiiuiuil. Seii'Uci;ntst.imp i ,fi,r .n;.'i....k mill cuts ot nil ute iiinrriiii IMI'CIHAUAV A'l ". ni.i'm.i .ic.1, r l lii-sliml Mtr(.ct. !hll.'lilfll"ii.i. ' lilt al i.ii.i:. Yuw limy n't llilsain r;::l7 VegcUEci Xiy-.. ...nsgUtt 8l WBBEL SIH FARMS. on j -vnn Hivfr,V.,in a North Til 8Ctiieit,eur. li'usirairu - n nlir fifO. I. F. MANtHU. ;iaramout,Vinriuia 62w4 u't.io Awalin Aaron ta Ever vwhsrr fnr: rioted Women ,v James Partnn, the ""at""! blmrnrliw of thn -. ; oiSr'nt" Iroiiimo.f ,::? r.w"wtnViofriFNIXPB CO. "artfordCon. S l' ... nVlli FOR m,H AiN'D BEAST. THE BEST EXTERNAL BUCKEYE BF.LL FOUNDRY )' I'.v( .!,'.: ...! I... mi . llj.rj-hj.fc w .,.,.,,',, - i Aim in-. I i.ri.i-,, flc. FUL1.I " '..',";! '.': : i .n-ln'.' ". -ni Free. ' 'viiunilfl ii. TIFI . Cincinnati O Baltimore Church Bells I lr.uf ,.,.i.,hi.,.n.fi fnr Miiiwr nr v nvpr nthiri. irp mwlH milv nf Purest Hell Metal, (Copper and mo Htiiiu-y 'MimntiiKiN. wprrantril satiMfactory. rrp it ,c . i 1 "J -TT,(..r; "'..n vi'.rtl 'Avv;' tco.- mRirv.;, " . ,iiv;' yilnfi SySTEVENS'P 2Tr) FRENCH II II I It '&aW1 P.???n4MlU Thecheappft ana II r. jiillHiti the world Prices ject to cash llH?ount. jijiHOandu pwards, pn t- ftend for circulars tog A.W.tTF.VKSSHOJl Books ,,vnlnm.. a visir. The rhnicest lilfraturo nf the iorlrt Cataloiruo frci'. Lowest iirli's ever anowu NOT sold bj dealers. Sent for examined botor pay P. O. Bol t:2J. 18escy St.,N.Y. Mfllions nioOwH l,:Jnlw DR. DAVID "S KENNEDY'S Lettrra Unwilled for at Montpelier. Vt.. Pom OIUce.rrDrBnry tu. . uiHt..iu nmtv Mra. .Tane O. Cmne. Mlis IjADIB - Nflll Carroll. 0or 8. Goodride, Mr. Francis O ... - miu Ann la R. McLeod. MiB LJ. rinirrge Mr. Patrick Pendar. Mra. Clara -I. Smltb. GENTLBWW. H. 9. Brown uo., .nwam uanor Jonathan Farr, DoUaoe Gotberad. A. II. McDonald Daniel MaUmpr.Charlet R. Morse, Will D. Nicholi Michael O'Hearn-I. John Rollini, John Wrafter. V To obtain theae.iei.Bri poruu '" " aboTdata9. MARRIAGES. In Montpaller. Fahraarj U at; l)i mrjMn Honse Wann S Sf esoisit bbtU of Mi.shUeia.- . ..ii. Vahm.rv 3S. at ins 1-nvnion. ov nm. -KaVard Wriiht" Lluf. IIKBBI1UT 8; PT1?"; if. H. A., and LAURA A. KEN I OI boiioh. lorinerij u, Kdwar n a., i uaiaia, , .. In Mnntpaliar.Marcn a, ov m-yftfJISVSSC? T) bi YANTof St. Johnsbury and LlZ.It B.rKbii MAN or wawriora. VUcotmA In MedlcaJ 1'rBCllcc. Specially auited to "all IHiilarial, Ague, ritorn arh, Hhonmntlo, Scroft nlona and Female Com plaint. ' KIDNEY LIVElfCURE, urn aix BLOOD DISORDERS. Dlsoast II in effect of bid blood IMVID KENNEDY, M. D.i Rondoat. N, fmBwSeow 266TII EDITION, PRICE ONLY $1. BY MAIL POSTPAID. THE SCIENCE OF LIFE. KNOW THYSELF. 1 Great Medical Work on ManlODfl, . 1 I Tl.tll,v hZnlnu::i'tntmn.Y.nin of Youth, aud the rreii 1"' ' " a,,i,, from Imllseretlou orexeess. unEOia miwei i.-n .-- - ..,.n....i ..wi IS. AW"" c. -j " .11 nnlA .till ,ld. It contains 1-S nresi riiu......". - - - lS?dbvthA,itl,or.ho.er. S. ffl'iSa. ""nnd 111 ne.ulil.il Freneh milslin. ;n,tH.se,leov.'r..fn'li;lll. - . '".iiey-.u,. SssSnsliian - 'th work .old In fhl. Mlintrr ' i,S.y"nnT, t 0 hi l.y . a llpnat. 'Thl ibooi " l read l,v tU; ":!11'011ren",i ha,, .oil ihe afflicted for relief. It mill neueni an. lieconaulled on all diseases "V,, '. i mwi rleneS . Chronle and oils Inale ill TT A T .."., fiat have baffled the skill ot alio II I J Jl Lit Il r !re.redV"ee..f..ily without 4D1UWU.DCOOI it.iiii.ru. -FOR. ISBJ CRAMPS, m "a a we'll fat ii'iR'ililte! , ni outfit free. PT V.i rink. Ciii'itiii not r- iinift"! Itfit ier. K von wiut miniueiw -winih iifrmJiis ol' either nex younw or old, i':iii in iri'1 trrwit 1'i.V H the tinio thpy iinrlr ith uli-'ii'iif pert niuty, write for uljra to H. IUllstx K Co , 1'ori I nn I. Maiufi. F&Mlyl IT PAIS FUUAMHKfcro. Cleveland " ' ia,tw4eow Strains, Bruises, Burns and Scalds, Sciatica, Backache, Frosted Feet and Ears, and all otliei Fains and Aches. It is a sure cure ( Galls, Strains, Scratches, Sore3. &C on HORSES. Or.o trinl will prove its lm-rits Its cllicts arc INSTANTANEOUS. Every hottln w:in-:niti'.l In pivn '?:itisfui'tion. bund uil-dri-ss fur immi'hli't. I'l l'.'" 5U ct nml M '" V" linttli'. .Solilovt'ryiviiiri'. Ilniry. Johnson lord. Priip.ii lors. 6ul'tiitirt"n. it TReadiMSS and Rccitationst mf)n NOW READY.gi IVSaUlalwtih III" S'Tie'. all- ' el ! . ii.n.H ni. r.i rr Itinilllinn. in." ... ,i..,...,i iirniaii. Paiaaa, Kim." ...:tll.'l..ni: '":',''''.' V Vei ,il ot .. M Nnmeiliinar New lo. "!! , i tut-Mimic ... j-ijii'. V n..,..t ff.'O. . Siaiw- a f lir.liiiit Ktrert, Pliiladflvlila. WE wm 1000 b0kao,eAT For Con. IIIIDOF. S ti Io n. l'IiL'"V' " S A Mnnin THIR.TY-THREE YEARS AMONG DUR WILU NUIAN5. Tl,r forte selling new bonk out Indnrped by IV.'t Arthur. oS .ciSntSh?... Mmidan. Ili.i.ek. nyd la.. and. Vt IMnentJndan. nisbnpn. CU'reymrn. E I l" A. D. . WOUTUiXUTON i CO.. Uurlfrd. Cono. T . .um ..'..in riimiintliivFCEKl YE Alt tc 1 .! i. j t 11 b MlW with lor DOSt- ii.aw4cow HiaflilutHl Park, 111. BARLOWS KjSmGO S3 Nortn t tolnd Screet. lM.ll.li.hU 25" Years" ISk Pot Yara ln I'sues It tearlies you lmw In rear thein tn ' " k,"KKKJ;i-V.rA nnerd. Kr. A. l. j .. vuc ' 7 Eta MODEL PESS lir A price, ccmplcte with Type. &C k. V t..ioaml.it. Prints Cnr-is. Cli v fio and up. PritiK C Business, ScruuK ChurJie dur.itiic ami r-ipiu. . Clr. tux) soM. fn-nd 2 d so nnd dulliiM i yea mtli Kiirecus rk rffiieon a sVCIV improved, I "r?aate-.ta.raisWisbi, inli l.t. 6th sthw iKitiks of (f'n t.'titl list, giv- ronann'ii i.m - - 1U Aii't'"u,'"i",i. l St., New York, or 6 W no longer wanted can be iixrn;iui--pii nirucNuiuit lug dates unil 'hftt yon n i'l anofok:tei. . . sn TT Toue.Touch .Workmanship and iitt i iam WWARF L CO.. 3 Kiith weuuo, N . V Gold - Hi. TV ec. .'.'oV.il :b J 'l'i ... , w . i'j In Cbelaaa.reb. w. BJ "T,Pi,S,',,,ii "', ri,i'. TIN ol Tunbrtdir. and H. M. 8ANBDKN ol Clieliea. ii niehrnrd Marrbl. by Uev. Ctinreh Tabor. Mr JETimO ofoBOBB and ALICE N. IN8ALI.8, bolb ol Bliblord. GONSUHPHON. 1 hnve a p"-itivo rem1' '"K."1" "."adof foni (mllwl RUSKIN'S WORKS, Pasarae snrt Lllltes. psVM.lo els.;cWh. JJ Cn.wii ol wild Olive, - III . Kthiesofthepust,. " W ' Jy-r.u. !i"ets. fioder'u Painters, stoni. ol Venlca. .to In prer "ri lop,UrKe e , taloau. t-ej. KUTi.cu"pnii.d.inni..P. msiyi iia luo nun oi io UlSCOVSn CEJTIlAt B. B. Fall particnlarl ritEE. Address, CHARLES L COLBY lnd Commiss'ner nlll OtblsL'HAtilirS'BJ. CONN. iB a- tfnnpardavatbeme. Sanreles worlh Wfrja. $9 TO U " ddress 8nso 4 Co., Vorlland, GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1.878. BAKER'S AVamintcd abaolntcln pure Cocoa, from which tho excess of Oilhasbccnrcmoved. Ithas(Ar thit Mtrmath of Cocoft mixed with Btarch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and ts therefore far moro economi Mv It Is delicious. nourlBhlDcr, trinfrihnlnr?. easily diccBtcd, and admirably adapted for Invalids m well as for persons In licaUDi Sold by Grorcrs ererpf hre V. BAKES & CO., Dorctiester. Mass. imlSltenw ri.l Rn to rettr and manaue Send aten-cnt piece to B. E. StoJlart, rx . . VISii Hartford, Ct., tor a copy ot Tuat Poultry World, and It will tell yo m iwlieow MILL OWNERS SEN0 FOR PAMPHLET. . A .'la MANUFACT'O AT MOUNT HOLLY V.L J iiiSnli '' Cathartic Pills I'omliinfl tlifl olioii-ost i-ntli.irtiii prin.-iile i: ;.. ..,.,..,ri;..ii iii'i'iniiti'lv :ul- 111 iin'iiiciin-. in i""i '"". miti'il to si'Oitri. ni'tivity, ri'ruuni, .mu iiiiiformiiy t -iT.'i-t. Tli.-y am tin; ri'snn ui veins ot r;iivlul study anu iriicinui n- icriiiii'iit. nml an- thn must fini'tiiiii inn ,ly vet ilisi'ovi'ivil lor ilisi'iises r auwil liv ite'raii"eiiieiit "I tin- stuinacli. liver, ami bowels, which reiuire iiroinpt anil eneen u treatment. Avidus l'n.i.s are speiMally ipplieiilili' to this elass of iliseuses. 1 Hey a. t ilirectlv on the iliRestive ami assnni. lative proeesses, ami restore regular lieallhv action. Their extensive nso liy iihvsiiiaim in tlieir praetiee. ami all civiliml nations, is one of tho ninny iii-oofs of their value as a safe, sure, and nerleetlv reliable purpative lueilieine. ili-iii" iiinipoumlea ot the coneeut rated virtues of purely vesetalile sulistniiecs, they aro positively free from calomel or anv injurious properties, ami cnu tie ailiiuu Utored to cliihlren with perfeet safety. AvFit's Tills are nn effertual cure, for Constipation or C'oBtiveiiess, Initiates, tion. Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Foul Stomach and llreath, Dlz.iness, llendaclie, Loss of itlomory. Numbness, JiilioiiMiess, .laiiniliee. Klieuniatism, i :riiptions and SUin Diseases, Dropsy, 'In nuns, Worms, Neuralgia, Colic, iiripes, Diarrliofii, Dysentery, 'pm. l'iles, Disorders of tho Liver, nnd all other diseases resulting from a disordered Bta-.e of tlie digestive upparatus. As a Dinner Till they liave no equal. , -While gentle in tlieir action, these Pill nre the most thorough and searching catliar tic that can be employed, and never givs nam unless the bowels are inflamed, and then their influenoe is healing. They stimu late the appetito and digestive organs; the operate to purify and enrich the blood, and impart renewed health and vigor to the whole system. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Traetlcal and Analytical Chemists. Lowell, Mass. SOLD 8Y ALL DnUGOIST. EVEHTWHBM. ow m jitife: M-uiinr iiM; iHH-ili't. fvefy hcretberal lemi. ci1T?TC! Onr new calaloKije, besi rnbltshed IPjrjll Fit EE TO ALL 1.614 VABIETIM, 800 imHiBH ii.LU?-TRATinsf. You onvht to hsT It. i?T7?oTiTl,LEfcCO..ViillsdeU'hi.P. m7wftecm fff Agents Wanted A For Th- PelestialSymbc., S.E INfEHPtSEl tD. By Kev. H. W. Morris. -J. it USf T'tc "tauHesinl-iri t -f i.nion is (lie SUN. f-' ITi "r.tm-i- .m i ( .-nnc..l A. xi. M.l M ' uf'i i: nnd epiritual tfnt.!v y " rfi-..rihf mimui v- i rhown to l"e ri r lit$t nntl nif.f wanted for The Mvpb of all tbel'renWenti of the U.S. The arrpt.lianr.iomvi. beat book ever fin Id for lem tnn twice our price. The fattest selling bixik in America, luiroenn uniHta toaKenta. All lutein- nnt people want it. AnT one ran became incceaaful Por land, Maine. rfculyi I II I J I II h ri 3 h ft. S. A A.P LACEY. a wwk In vonr mi Att'yi, Wahlatoa. 0. nwti, Tornm nntl h oflltli nn Co.. IMrtlaud, 1U.