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THE VERMONT EAliMER: AN AGRICULTURAL AND FAMILY NEWSL'APICR.
Salem lead Company,
Warranted ri'ini wiirrn
known throughout Now England as
jtjnisit. ana iinsr.
wide on roels for curtain
l.liAlt million, from 21 to 8 tnchei wide on
tool! for builders.
imi'i;. or any moor thickness,
At lowest market price Tor goods of equal duality
FHANUI8 1IHOWN, Treasurer, tfaletn, Mat).
0LOIEKS PIISIOIS Increased wli.n deferred. Write
1IOVNTON, Augusta, Maine
Vlaltlnir Ciirita. with yotirnaino flnely
printed, icnt for VSc. Wo liare alio styles.
Aire"!" Wnntoil. O tatnpleMentfor stamp,
A. II. FULI.KIl k CO., llrockton, Man,
f K ft C dtynf a week to Agent. Samples I'rco.
J)OU KP P 0. VlUKKllV, Augusta, Maine.
MARK THESE FACTS.
Tosttinony of tho Wliolo World.
it ojcz, o if. i" J t j. s .
llxlrncl from Various Letter.
"I hail no nppetltot ltolloway's Pills cavo me a
"Your 1'llla aro marvollous." , , .
"I lend for another Nx, and koeii them In tho houso."
"Dr. Ilollowny has cured tuy lieadhacho that wai
Chronic." ... . .
"I itavo ono of your rilli to ray Mho for cholera mor.
bus. The dear llttlo thing cot woll In a day."
".My nausea of a niornlnjr Is now cured."
" Vour box of llollowayi Ointment cured me of noises
In tho head. I rubbed lomo of your Olnttaont behind
tho can, anil the nole has left."
"Send mo two Nuos i 1 want ono for a poor larally."
"I onclosoa dollar i your prlcols23 cents, hut the
medlclno to mo Is worth a dollar."
"Send mo live botesof your rills."
"Lot mo havo thron boxos of your Pills by return
mail, for Chills and l'over."
1 have over ssi such testimonials as thoso, but want
of ipaco compels mo to conclude.
1'or u(aiieoiiH Disorders,
Ami all eruptions of tho skin, this ointment Is most In-
vaiuaoio. it noes not noai externally aione, out pono.
tratos with tho most searching
effects to the very roots
of tlio evil.
jd o X 1 o xr o, y 'm Fills
Invariably cure thofollowingdlscasosi
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all dlseasos arfcctlns thoso nrgan., whether they
secrotn too much or too little water i or whetlior thoy
ho alllit'tod with stono or srvol, or with aches ami
pains settlod In tho loins over tho regions of tho kid
nois, thoso pills should ho taken according to tho
printed directions, and tho Ointment should ho well
rubbed Into tho small of the back at bod time. This
treatment will giro ahuost lmmedlato rollcf when all
other mollis haro railed.
For Stomachs out of Ordor.
No medicine will so elfectually Improro tho tone of
the stomach as these Pills thoy removo all acidity
occasioned either by lntcinporanco or Improper illet.
Thoy reach the llrer and roduco It to a hoaltby action t
they aro wonderfully ellicaclous In cases of spastn In
fact they nover fall la curing all disorders of the llrer
IIOLUIWAY'8 PII.LH nro tho best known In the
world for tho following dlseasos i Atrue, Asthma, 1111
lous Complaints, Illutchos on tho skin, Bowels, Con
sumption, Debility, Dyscutery, Kryslpclas. Keinalo Ir
regularities, 1'ori'rs of all kinds, Fits, (lout, Head
ache, Indigestion, Inflammation, Jaundice. Liver com
plaints, Lumbago, Piles, Rheumatism, Retention of
urine, tjcrolula ur King's Kvil, Soro Throats, Stono and
llravol, Tic Doulourout , Tumors, Ulcers, Worms of all
kinds, Weakness from uny cause, etc.
1.71 f (tit T.l.YT C.I UTIO.Y .'
Nonoaro gcnulno unless tho slgnaturo of J. IIayoock,
as agent fur the L'nitod States, surrouuds oach box of
Pills, aud Ointment. A handsome roward will be given
tu any ono rendering such Information as may load to
tho detection of any party or parties counterfeiting the
medicines or vending tho sauio, knowing them to bo
. Sold at the manufactory of Professor Holloway
& Co., New York, and by alt respectable druggists and
dealers In modtctno throughout tho civilised world, lu
botes at 25 cents, C2 cents and i 1. each.
Sf ""There Is conslderabloearlng by taking tho larger
N. 11. Directions for tho guldanco of patients in
every disorder are alllxcd to oach box.
mm: cmtv:o & outiivi;sti:h.v
1. Railway embraces under one management tho
Uroat Trunk Hallway L.neaof tho WEST and NORTH
WKbT. and with ltd numerous branches and connec
tions fonns tho shortest and quickest route between
vuiiicao ami an poiuw in uiinoi, wuconsin, former n
Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, California and
tho Western territories. Its
Omaha and California JLinc
Is the shortest ami host routo Tor all points In Nort i
crn Illinois, Iowa, Dakota, Nebraska, Wyomtn, Ccl
oradu, Utah, Nevada, California, Oregon, Chin,
Japan and Australia. IU
Chicago, lladixou S StFaal JJnc
Is the shortest lino for Northern Wisconsin anl Mlnno
sota, and for Madison, St Paul, Mlnnoannlls, Duluth
an I all points In tho Ureat Northwest. Its
Winona and St l9ctcr'IJne
Is tho only route for Winona, Rochester, Owatonna,
maiiKaio, oi roior. iew uiui, ana ail points in oum
crn and Central Mlaneaota. Its
fircni Hay mitt
Ia tho onlv lino Tor Janesvlllo. Watertown,
Iae. Ohkosli. Aimkton. (iroen liav. Kcanaha. No
taunoo, Marquette, Houghton Hancock and the Lake
bupcrior country, iui
rrcrport ami Dubuque Ttuc
Is the only routo Tor Klgln, IlockfQrdi l-'rocport, and
nu poiuw via r roepori. is
Chicago nitft .lliitraukev T.iur
tho old Lako Shore routo, and U tlto only ono ))ati
ln thntu,;h Kvanstnn, Lako Prct, JlUhUnd 1'ark,
Waukeau, Uaomo, Kenosha to Milwaukee.
PULLMAK PALACE CARS
nro run on all through trains of till road.
Thl. t the only lino running thoso cars between
Chicago and St raul, t Jiicaso and 3lilwaukeo, or t bi
cairo and Winona.
At Omaha our Sloencr connect with tho Overland
Sleoperi on tho Union Pacific railnad Tor all Aii3
WV toft ha Ml-ouri river.
On tho arrival of tho trains from tho K.wt or South,
tho train of the Chicago X, Northwostern railway
leavo Chicago a ftdlowi.
Fur Council Illuffr, Omaha and California, two
through train dally, with Pullman palaco drawing
rcHra and f looping cam through to Council lSlulTi-
I-'orbt Paul and Minneapolis, two through trains
dally, with Pullman palaco cars attached on both
For Urecn Hay and IaVo Superior, two trains dally,
with Pullmin palace can attached, and running
through to Maniuelto.
For Mlltvaukeo, four through trains daily, Pullman
cam on night train, pirlor chair car on day train.
For Sparta anil Winona, and jxdiiti In MlnntMuta,
one through train dally, with Pullman ateepora to
For Dubuque, via Frecw,rt, two through trains
dally, with Pullman ram ou niht trains.
For Duiiuiiuo ami La. Croe, via Clinton, two
through train dally, with Pullmm cars on night
train to MclJrogor, Iowa,
For Sioux City nnd Yankton, two tratnsdally. Pull
man cam to Missouri Valley Junction.
For Lake (Juneva, four train ilally.
For H'ckrord, bterllnx Kenoaha, Janevllle, and
othor itoint, you can havo from two to ten trains
New York Office, No 415 Jlroadwavt Ilo?ton Office,
No r,. State street ; Omaha Oilioo, iiVi Farnltam ftruut
San r ranctiwo Otlico, Ul .Montgomery street j Chloio
ticket otllJe. Ci Clark street, under Sherman Homo;
cornerCan.il and Malloik etroets; Kinzlo xtrcetde
lfst, cornor W. ivinzleanl Canal it root; Wollj vtreet
dciiot, corner Wo I and K imlo street.
For rates or Information not uttainahlo from your
home t'eket agents, apply to
W. ILSTKNNKTT, MARVIN IIUdUITT,
licit, Pass. Ag't, Chicago, (Jon. Bup't, Chicago.
IVtnino Stqnmsliij Co.
S 12 II I - W 15 H kTTsj Y I i I N 15
TO MEW YORK.
Steamers l'.lcuiiora If Vrtturoniu
Will until lurther notice, leavo
Franklin Wharf. Portland, every
Monday and Thurnlay, atG p. lu.,
and leavo Pier 'M Kat Hlver. New
i.s sm-iiiiiuM an
York, ovory Monday ami Tliursilay at I p. in.
Tho Klcanora Is a new steainor, Just built fur this
route, ami both sbo and the I'ranconU aro llttl up
with lino aeciiuiiuiidallons fur passengers, miking this
the most convenient and comfortable routo for travel
ers between New York and Maine. Tlio steamers
will touch at Vineyard llaven during tlm summer
luunths on their passage to und from Yew York. In
H"o In stateroom IV Meals ostra. Freight takon at
thu lowest rates. Fur rurther Information apply to
HKNItV FOX, llenoral Agent, Portland.
J V. AMIM, Agent, Pier US, K. U., New York
Tickets and state rooms cau also bo otsulnod at 4 l.v
H HARRISON BROS. & GO'S.
0'TOWN AND COUNTRY"
rUHK Whlto and lit different shados.
Knllrcly reaily fur uso.
rSvautiful, Duraldo, an. I t-onumlcal.
Uado from I'uro Slaterlal.
Testes! on thousands of buildings.
Handsome aud purmunent.
Now.utai.r Ions of lluio In mixing.
)o not crack or poal.
Cheaper an t Letter than any othor paint.
t.'an lu aptille.1 liy any one,
fruiii ublot-tlonalde Inured cuts g
usul in so called "chemical" paint.
Runiila cuinls on nnnlleatiun.
Drier tills brand from your dealer.
Insert It In your contracts.
Tako nu othor.
J)o not aoropt any substitute.
Fur sale (wuolesole only) at
115 FULTON STREET,
liotiiileil liy all reputable Dealer
eexvsrvsji v M i.rrUi Vnht sb4ut.tr ,ni
it Ul IT M'Hi1' utl. I'slaWHi lupulilrllj.
llLrl II lik.iJl.ii..l"r-'l'i''."lJ'-t'.-Jl
JLU sllAtou- lx- NU.IuujUutl .Cl.si".'-
"The benefit 1 derive from Its dally uso tito me In
1IK.NRV WELLS, of Wells, Fargo A Co.
"I now recommend It cucluslvely, and consldor It
superior to every other remedy before the public."
I, T. UAMl'UELL, Uotton.
I would willingly havo glvon ono hundred dollars
for the rollcf obtained from tho first doso."
II. M. YALK, Boston.
It has cured mo after twelro years of uninterrupted
UKO. W, IIOUUlITiW, Waltliaui.
WEEKS 4 rOTTEIl, llotton, Ucneral Agents,
by all druggists.
FOR THE MILLION.
KOR TRIC BATTERY
Is warrantwl, on the reputation of Dr. Collins, Its In
ventor, an old physician, to bo tho best plaster In tho
world of metlicino. Tho union of tho two great medi
cal agents, visi Electricity and medical gums and es
sences, fully Justittes the cluliu, and entitles this reme
dy to rank foremost among all curative compouuds for
all external Actios aud Pains.
"Are Doing Wonders".
Mbjti. Wcoks Jt rotter- 'gentlemen. Collin' Vfol
talc riastor nro tloinx wonders. Thoy work tiko
malo. and tluno you pent last aro all void and moro
wan un i, i ioao semi mo inroo uozen a giton as jou
Kctthis. Money enclosed herewith. 1 want thorn to
morrow nliiUt, It iiosslblo. In h,iste. Vuurs.
T. PALMKIt, p. it.
Note. Mr. Palmer i the lVjtmaAtor of North Fay
ette. and having liecomo convlncoil or tho ;roat valuo
oi ttieso riaiiora oy aciaai uo, no nas ooiainini invin
uuon fururAtile tortus and U pullinir lariro uuantitle.
A medicine that tlmi rocouunendi itolf cannot bo too
uilily coramvmltxl. uno ruuor seili uoion.
Sold every whero at 25 ccntn. Sent by mall, carefully
wrippod, on receipt of price, 2-"i .font tor ono, Tor
8lx,orii.'si.;rortwlvof by WKUKS & I'OTTKU, 1'ro-
prlotor?, ISuston Mas?.
No. 4 Bulfincli St. Boston,
COpposllr llri s'lllls- House)
TILE SCIENCE OF LIFE
MORE THAN 100,000 COPIES SOLD
(..oltl Mt'tlul Auurh'l to Ilie AuUuir
tlon," .if an-li lS7tl.
"The untold mterie that result from iodlncrctlon In
oifU IITh tnavlui alleviated ant cured Tlntu who
douit thl tuortlon should purchase the now Medical
Work puhlUhwl hy the i'KUionv .Mtim u, iMHTirurK,
it.ti.n. ntlHrt.l Tlm Science nf Isife. or Holf-Proierva-
tlon. Price fl. Vitality impaired by the errors of
youth or too close attontlou to huine$4, may ho re
utorwl nnd iuiiiIummI regained. Al an
..ii.nr v,.ili,.i,is1 inHlm.Ll work troatlnf oicluii velv or
iintitfil iiml Nuriou Iiea40it . m'tro thin two hundred
r.v.il.ict.ivit ni'-m. Ji) olciraut eniravuu, hound in
jo 1 1-fin 1 1, 1 1 muiliii PiiceonlyJi. Handy onouih t
ptf lor printing. fsmJon him el
The s'i ll.X'i: OB" 1,1 ri:" also coii-
ULlim moro lliun Hit) uImtMt im dlrul
iirt4rlii(iiii t'lirli oil I" tlilrli N
wttrlti I fn prit t- ol' llii lool,
"The hook ftir yotin-r and ml'ldle a-'od men to road
lint now. iii the Science of IM. or bolr-PftMorvaMim,
Tim ntithnr hi ruturncl from Karoue In utcetlunt
health, an l h n;iln tho Chief CoiHuttin' I'liVM'-iui ul
the PeaiMMly 3lelicai Jnmuio, .o. i ituiiuicii street
It.mton. Mjm."- llriiuttlic-t Journal.
"Tho Hiiienco of liU'o I hoyond all cornnarNon tho
inont extraordinary work on Pliyloloy ever puhll-di-
v,' it Hernia,
"Hope ne4lel In tho hottim of Pandora'if 1-ox, and
hope plume her wins anew, wih'O the Uhuo of these
v.ilualo work puhlhcil hy tho Peahody Mflillcil
ItHtltuto, which aro teaching thrttiuiitl how to avoid
tho miladie tint sap tho citalel of life." 'Air
"It should ho ro id hy tho yauwx, the mlddlo-a,;ud
nn 1 evun tho ol l.1 ,Yim 'ri Tnyitn.
The urn anl only Meiiai uvor coniorron upon any
Mivllc.al Man In thl country, a reio;nition or kill
and prufoional forvico, wa prn'unte I to the author
of theso worki, Mareh .Hit. l7(i. The present itl.)ti
wan nu tic. I ut tho time or it occurrence oy Hit ii.niou
Prui. and the leadlnx i'mrnali throuhout tlio country.
ThU niasnlllcent Modat t of solid ld. et with mure
than ono hundred India uainonH or rare orunaniv,
"AltOsTCther, in lU execution and tho richness of it
material, and size, thl I decidedly tlio moxt iiotU-a-
ile initial over mrucit in uiiHcouniry ior any mirpore
whatever. It u woll worth tho inspection of Noml-
uiiitintj. It wai fairly won and worthily bestowed."
titarfittttt lUuuijkmaH, Juno .i, 1 '.
tataloue vent on reeeipi oi -c. jor porta ;
ther of tho alovo works soot by in ill un receipt of
iirico. Addross PIIAUODY JIKHIt'AI.
(or W. II. PAIIKKIl, M. D.
Hit. 1 Uulllnch t., Uuttuii, Ma4.,opp. llevunuu IIouu
N. U. The author cin ho oonufted on the uhiv
uaijoxl ilUeasen ii" well u all disease ruqultin skIII
feerecy and experience. Othco hours, 'J u. iu. to fl p. in
iu:vr i. Tin: cii rui. iciiai. in s-
I m;ss 1'it.tin ii i;,
Short nnd tliornui'h course. C'heancst board and
ultlon. Must graduates In successful limlnoss. Ilon'l
uu l.i mi) s. l.iiul uitlll on Inn s ss'i'ii iur
l.tlllll.ltsll!.. rprrillis-l.i oeiiiuvv.i
.llrOllllAKV A SIIIIII.DS, Principals,
CENTRAL VERMONT RAILROAD.
(JOINU SOUTH AM) Il.VST.
Tram trait Montpehtr
Mall at u I.. A. U; inr nosion, new i nrK, si,
Day Kspress at I . Ii'i I', u., for Huston.
Niifht KiurossatH. tti p. u for Huston, New York, to.
Trntat trait IVkttt Itlltr Junrltun-
Mall trainsat 1 . .si a. M.,nmi 13 j r. m., mr dusiou,
(via. Kltchburg), New York, 40.
3iisesi 1 rain at -i.isi r. inr iirunipi";,!'.
Night Kiprcssat 1 1.13 1', u., for Huston, Now otk, 4o.
COINO NOflTII AND WEST.
Train, trait Mitt KntrJuHctiun
Jlizoil Train at C. Jit A. v., for Northllebl.
Mull nt 1 'll !. u.. (Slontneller nt 3. HP.
..Hur iliirllii 'tuu. tit. Albans, Montreal, Ugdeusburg,
nod tho West. m,
Aivommocatlon l.ii 1: v., taiontpeucr av o. r. .j
for Hurlington and Ht. Albans.
Nnrht Kinross atJ Itl a. u.. (.uonipoiier at .1 . .k a.
u) mr Hurlington, St. Albans, Montreal, Ugdensburg,
and the West. . .
AcomamoilJtlon Train leaves Nnrlliiioin at u isia.
u.,(ttuntiielieratOi.'liU.i.,) lor ilurllugton, tit. Al
bans, tit. Johns, and Ogdoniburg.
s"Fmt Hipross from Whita Mountains leaves Wells
Hirer lnu', a. u Moulpelier II rsi a. u., for Hurling
ton, Kt Atlians, Tlesuideroga, and Jake (Jcono.
Through CarsWhite Mountains to Tleotidcroga, Nu
ehango of Passeugers or baggage.
SI.KKPINIl CAIUi aro attaehe.1 to the NIl-M Kr
press Train runulngbetweoii Montreal and lluston,and
Montreal and Hurioiruold.
HltAWINU HUOM OAltS on Day Kxpress Trains
ltween Montreal nnd Hoston,
TIIUUUUII TIUKKTS for Chicago and the West for
saio Niuie principaiiiniiiiii.,
J. W. IIOBAUT, Uen'ISupt
St. Albans, Vt., July at, Hfc.
Portland lousiness ft
In tl Mt, mMM ihofulttn 1
. r-1 rmuut mM in r.u,
La, Uis.a M wR0 rikiikJ,
strut lion ta
iSUf gntUt' (Comer.
It Is ear purpose In this column to have such Items of in.
ternt In respect of fashion, gesl, cookery, houishoU fur
nishing, etc., as will Ire entertainment and Instruction for
those who may take an Interest In such things. And that It
may lie successful we wish eur lady readers would forward all
kinds of recipes, hints and directions, but we want only such
recipes tor cooking as you have tried and knew to be good.
Woman first tempted man to cat : lio took
to dtinkiug on his own account.
Talking of dross rclorm. tho Worcester
corset Company produces 40,000 downs of
sewed corsots a year.
Linen cambrio handkerchief, embroidered
heavily in cardinal red and navy blue, aro
among.tho latest imported novelties.
Pretty tintcd-cdccd rulTs and linca col
lars aro a la mode for morning wear,' and
for travelling. This Btylo is rccfiercie for
Among tho moro recent novelties of dress
aro "Uwcndolen" bonnets aad "Doronda"
cravats. So much for tho clovating Influence,
of woman or literature.
A now stylo of stationary exhibits a colored
rebus instead of tho usual monogram, and
this, after a littlo study, is found to read,
"I expect a reply from you."
"Don't como to sco mo just vet. John:
father has had his boots half-soled, with two
rows of nails around tho toes," wroto a
guileless girl to her adorer.
Boston girls generally write poems on tho
immortality of tho soul until they are old
inougli to swing on tho garden cate with a
young man of honorablo intentions.
Tho wife is very anxious to stop takine
her medicine, because- it is destroying her
voice, mo husband sympathizes deeply,
but tolls her it is not salo to discontlnuo it.
Velvet cloaks arc not considered fashion
able this year i myrtlo green is tho fushiona
bio ot invisible efcade. It is good tasto to
bo married in tho dress you will wear on
"Number six," is tho favorite- siio in
ladies' gloves, "number eight" in gcntlomen's
boots. (J lad ot it, number eight, just a lit
tie eitlartjt'l, is our sizo for boots. Nothing
like bciugtn tushion !
For tho convenience of visitors, tho guest
chamber in every houso should bo supplied
with writing facilities, as often a visitor
would liko to write a noto or letter when it
would bo inconvciciit to ask for writiug ma
When a lioston girl breaks her engage
ment with a man, and her friends expostulate
with her, sho has only to say that his views
on tho thcosophio doctrino of cosmogony aro
lulsc, and at onco rcaliso tho peril ot marry'
ing such a mau !
A woman came slowly along tho Main
building. Sho was in great perplexity, but
beinrj a wiso woman, sho stopped to ask
for iuforimtion, and this is what sho asked
Can you tell me, sir, is this tho othor end
of tho buildwg'r'
Doctor," said a lady to her physician,
"don't you think tho small bonnets that the
ladies wear now-a-days havo a tendency to
produco congestion of tho brain 7" "No,
madam ; where you sco ono of thoso bonnets
there is no brain to congcit.
Donalil," said a Scotch dame, looking up
trom the Catechism, to her son, "what s
slander 7" "A slander, gudo mither 7" iiuoth
young Donald, twistbg tho corner of his
plaid. "A-wcel, I hardly ken, unless it bo
mayhap an ower-truo talo which ono gude
woman tells o amthcr.
Charles Dudley Warner says his observa.
tion in tho oast affords conclusive ovidenco
against Mohammedanism, as it shuts woman
away from all culture, intellectual social or
religious. Any system of religion or morals
which ignoro woman's equal worth with man
is ot necessity talse.
A maiden ladv said to her littlo ncphow
"Now, John, you go to bed early, and al
ways do so and you'll bo rosy checked and
handsomo when you grow up." Johnny
thought over this a low moments, and then
observed : "Well aunt, you must have set
up a good deal when you wero young.
It seems to us it would bo a matter ol
mutual benefit if farmers' wives and daugh
ters would ask moro questions, and answer
more inquiries through tho Kaumkii. Hvcn
'a, ask all tho questions you wish and wo
will do our best to soeuro satislactory re
plies. Jlacon said, "He that asks much shall
Tiffany, tho great New York joweller, dis
played at tlio Ueutcnmal, arranged on ono
tray, about eighteen inches long by twelve
in width, 3100,000 worth of brilliant and
coBtly jewels. Two sets of pardrops wero tho
sizo of a marble oacb. An ornament for tho
hair, shaped liko a peacock's tail, contained
brilliants about tho diameter ot a load pcoci
interspersed with pearls and emeralds.
Tho Albany Journal says: "The follow
ing colloquy between a loving pair was over
heard un I'earl street Sunday night : 'Is it
so, that Tildcu's president V quoth sho. 'i'o
may belave that, llosie, un' I'm to bo letth
carrier. 'Are ye. 1 atncW 'les, re
apomlud Patrick, 'an' then I'll bring yo
lovo lettuer ivery day." 'U, yo jewel ! "
Thero aro not many changes in ladies fur
hats. A new and very jaunty shape is th
coaching. It has a high crown and a broad
brim, which rolls on ono sido and droops on
tho other. Another is tho military. This
turn up quito high on ono sido, with a very
narrow brim. Another is tho closc-uttin
shape, similar to those shown in felt, called
Seal-skin also has tho preference for sets
Per moro choice, goods ottar is prelcrrod
Iloas aro mado two yards in length, mufls
aro tho medium size of last winter. Atneri
can sablo still meets with a ready sale, con
tinning tho tavorito ol thoso who prelcr qua
ity to novelties. A novelty in cheap good
is tho black haro. Ihcsoaro shown in plat
sets, whilo others havo whito hairs sewed in
Col. Higginson, whoso opportunities aro
such us lew enjoy, has reached tins conclu
sion respecting tho hollowncss and practical
usclcscncss of what is by so many regarded
as tirst class society, which frequent watering
places an similar resorts, no adds : "1
bo at tho head of a normal school, or to bo
professjr in a college whero co-education pro
vails, is to bo a sway over tho destlnios
America which reduces all mero 'social po
jsitiun to a matter of cards and compliments
aud pages buttons.
Uarumai red ladies' morning wrappers
trimmed with bands ot wlnto India cashulero
wrought with India nccdlo work aru tho
latest in lasnionaulo circles. Wrappers
must hang absolutely plain in front and ou
tho sides with all tho lulncss in tho princess
pleating behind. The pockets aro largo and
siiuaru and far luck ou tho hides aud lower
down than would seem convenient, Flounces
on tho bottom aro going out of stylo, nor aro
belts in full stylo. If black casliinero or Bilk
is used,, they "aro piped with cardinal rod
and huvo long-looped bows of black silk lined
A certain Nevada caudidato lost thirteen
voles through making a rash promise to hi
wifo that, iu tho event of his olection, ho
would buy her a seal-skin oloak and a pair
of navv-bluo stockings, ami sho couldu
rest until sho told thirteen lady friends about
it. Tho ladies expressed themselves as "aw-
tul clad" to bear it, but threatened tnci
husbands with a suit of divorce if they dared
to voto for this particular candidate.
courso tho husbands didn't daro, "That ol
cat would look nico iu a seal-skin oloak and
navy-bluo stockings, wouldn't sho 7" wa
tho way thoy exprossol themselves in speak
ing of tho candidate's wifo. Who says worn
cn havo uo political immense f
Tho acal-Bkin sacks ara lnnirer than
last winter, measuring frjm thirty to
thlrty-thrco Inches in length. Some nro
mado a littlo longer in front than in tho
back, but moro aro mado of tho samo length
all around, Tho groat feature of these sacks
is that they aro half-filting, which every ono
will observe is a great improvement as thoy
look muoh neater and less bulky. Most of
thoso are plain, but tho most stylish and or
pensivo aro trimmed,
The leading things in fur trimmings are
the Fronch Beavor, with its lone flowlns fur.
and tho blue fox which is very pretty. Oth
ers aro coon, a shaded brown fur, and tho
Drench coney, brown and black, with si ver
hairs. Black marten is still callod for. and
when shown for trimming sacks, mutts aro
shown to natch. For ohcapcr coods imita
tion seal-skin is sold to a considerable ex
tent. A novelty indocd is tho Australian
marmot. It is a shaded gray, tho fur pre
senting tho appearanco of wool although
much softer. Silver fox, cbinchilla,and Rus
sia sablo aro too oxpensivo to keep in stock,
ill l. n . , 'i . F
uuv niu uo lurnisncu to orucr.
A lady's ulster is tho latest and most sen
sible innovation. "Tho front is mado double
breasted in rcdingote fashion, and has two
rows ot bullous tho cntiro length, one row ol
I ! L I . .. . . ... .... . .
vtiucn nas ouiton notes to mato It. TOO back
is in regular vrencn cacquo miapc, with a
scam down tho middle and ono under each
arm, aud is sloped sufficiently to eivo n look
ot slenderness without being belted. Jiut as
Ulster belts aro iu lavor at present, a buttoned
belt is added below tho waist in tho sido
seams and is allowed to droop in tho middle
whero it is buttoned. The sleeves aro largo
onough to go over tho cloak, and at the bot
tom of tho scam in tho back there is a lap
ana lour buttons alter the stylo ot a gentle
man's ulster. No capo is used, but a ltus
sian-shaped hood secured by buttons : nor is
there any trimmings ot braid, scallops, etc,
only a hem an inch wide around tho bottom,
tho edge of whioh is left "raw or laced
with a narrow strip of ribbon braid sowed oo
with blind stitches. Too pockets should bo
large, stitched on tho outside and flaps to
button down ovor them to keep tho couteuts
safu from injury or loss. Small pockets on
the sloevos are conveniont lor railroad tick
ets etc. Of courso an all-wool waterproof
cloth is best, Tho cuts in Harper s liazar,
to which wo aro indebted for information,
presents a very neat and graceful appear
anco, inuou superior to tho old circular
water proofs. For color, dark bluo is Grst
and gray next in demand.
SOCIKTY PltOSPKCM AT WaSIIINOTON.
Only littlo more than a fortnight must elapse
bororo tho meeting of Coogress, and tho
members of both houses aro beginning to
make their appearance. Tho Arlington, tho
Iliggs houso and tho hbbitt appear to hud
equal favor among thoso who havo already
engaged winter quarters, lho attorney-gen
oral and .Mrs. lull aro at tho hbbitt, and
do not think thoy will tako a house, this
winter. The question is often asked, "Will
tho coming seabon bo a cay ono 7" and a ro
plv to it is as puzzling as to the universal
query, Who will bo tho next president 7 It
does not seem probable that tho cabinet
will do much entertaining. If any of its
members do entertain, it will probably bo
tho two who alone did so last winter, .Messrs
Fish aud Chandler, tho two who cau best af
ford to be lavish in their expenditures, and
whoso houses aro bost suited for purposes of
hospitality. J he others who keep houso aro
Secretary of War Cameron and occre
tary of tho Navy Hobcsm, and neither ol
these havo houses large cuough to accomodate
tho crowds Inseparable trom evening recep
tions by tho cabinet. It is most probablo
that tho ladies of tho cabinet families will
receive as usual on Wednesday afternoons
(mornings in society palace) alter January
1 . It is not at all probable that any but
most informal receptions will bo held
prior to that time by theso ladies. Mr
Fish is always at homo to her iriends ou
Wednesday, when in Washington, but receives
in no moro formal manner than does any
lady in privato lifo whoso friends aro pnvi
cgod to make doeial calls upon her. "Jtius
Gruttdy's" Washington loiter.
Anecdote of Jefferson.
Many amusing anecdotes aro handed down
to us of Thomas .Jefferson, nnd of those who
wcrd politically opposed to him. Hero
oue worth relating. lr. Jelursun was in
tho habit of driving himself in a iig, when
ho made his visit to his country-Beat, Monti
cello, at Charlottsvillo, Virginia. Ilo pre
ferred this mode ot traveling to tho stngo
coach, and ot railways there were nouo then
between Washington and his rural residence
Ou one ol his trips ho saw a boy, poorly
clad, trudging along tho roadside, and ac
costed him, asking him if ho would liko a
rido. Tho boy promptly and frankly ac
cepted tho invitation, xnd soon charmed his
unknown lnend by ins ingenuous, noyiaii
conversation. After a tiino Mr. Jefferson
asked his companion if ho had over heard of
loin .Icllerson !
"O, yes," was tlio quick response. "My
dad hays he's tho biggent rascal ever lived."
Nothing ilauutcd by tins unexpected can
dor, tho President continued lho conversation ;
ami whon, iu reply to ullusions purposely
made to Tom Jefferson, the lad would ex
claim that "dad said that ho was a traitor
to his country," ho would say, in expostula
tion, "O, perhaps you would not fin! him
such a bad fellow after all." When ho
reached tho point whero his companion
must leave him, Mr. Jefferson said, as tho
boy leaped lightly to tho ground :
"Vou can toll your dad you had a rido
with Tom Jefferson, and ho is not such n
"Dogged if 1 do !" exolaimcd th! youth.
"Dad would give mo tho worst licking I
over had, if ho knew I had been riding
Still amused at tho youngster's persistence,
Mr. Jefferson said, in a kindly tone :
"Now, my littlo fellow, L want you to
como and sco me nt tho Whito House, in
Washington ; aud you'll find 1 um not as
bad as your dad thinks me,"
Tho boy, with n raro acknowledgement of
tho friendly invitation, ran oil' toward his
homo. Ho was, however, sufficiently im
pressed to tell "dad" that he was asku 1 to
go and sco tho Presidcut, at the White House
and meant to go.
"Nonsenso?" snocrcd tho parent; "when
you cot there ho will ask you who iu tho
world vou arc."
"No, ho won't," persisted tho lad, "and
Uo was as good as his word,
supplies, a homespun suit and a
underclothing, had just been completed ;
and ono morning, donning tho now suit and
a new shirt, and putting tho remainder of
his personal effects up in a haiidkcrchlef,
ha twisted a etiok through his baggage,
slung it over his shoulder, and started
briskly off to walk to Washington to sco
bis friend. In duo time tho bravo young
stor reached tho capital city, and Inquiring
tho way to tho Whito Houso, soon found
himself at tho entrance. To tho sorvant
who appeared iu response ta his vigorous
blows on tho panel of tho door, bo boldly
demanded to sec "loin" detlerson,
"He's at dinner, and has company," re
plied lho attendant, not a littlo astonished
at tho audaoity of tho travel-soiled boy
with his bundle.
"That s nothing," promptly tuo young
adventurer answered, "ho told mo to come
hero to sco him, and Pvo como, and ain't
going off without ncoing him,"
There was no ohoico but to obey, so
tho servant went to the dining-room and
told bis master that a boy was ouUido
who said ho must see the President, as
ho had been told to como. Mr. Jefferson
at onco ordered tho intrnder to bo brought
and tho shabby youth, with his bundle
still over his shouldor, found himself in
tho midst of a "stato" dinner party. Hut
nothing daunted by his strange position,
when tho Prcsidont, in a gcnulno astonish
ment, exolaimcd. "Who under the sun aro
you 7" the youngster ejaculated :
"Now! that's just what Had Mid you'd
nay if I oame bore. I'm Charles Morgan,
and you axed mo to como when 1 was rid
ing with you t'other day."
"Ho 1 aid," replied tho rrcsidcnt, ms
recollection of tho incldoot reviving ; "and
now you aro here, sit down with us ami
tako somo dinner."
Another plato was orderod to bo placed
on tho tablo : and Charles Morgan took a
seat with undiminished assuranco among
the Gno ladies and gentlemen. Mr. Jeffer
son directed the dusty bundb, to which tho
lad clung to tho last, to bo taken to a sparo
bedroom, and announced his intention of
keeping tho owner thereof as his guest.
After a few days, during which tho Presi
dent had greatly enjoyed tho outspoken frank
ness and iearlcss naturo ot tho acquaintance
picked up by tho wayside, he inquired of
young Morgan what no could do tor him.
"What would you like to bo when you
aro a man, my line fellow ! ho asked.
"1 want to bo a colonel," was tho answer ;
in which Charlio persisted in reply to the
question, whenaver put to him, until one
day a playfellow was brought to him in tho
shapo of a young midshipman. When, after
enjoying the society of his new acquaint
anco for a short tune, tho rrcsidcnt onco
moro qucstiouod him as to his wishes in ro
gard to his future, ho mado up his mind
with his customary decision that nothing
but tho navy would meet his desires.
To his croat delight, Mr. Jctlcrsoo told
him his withes in this respect could be grat
ihed. 'lho sequel to tho story is easily
told. Tho boy entered tbo navy and served
his country nobly duriug the remainder of
his iitc. Aud (Jommodore Morgan, 1. am
told by thoso who know htm best, always
preserved tho honest simplicity of character
and tho learlossnuss which so attraotcd "lorn
Jcflerssn when ho met tbo outspoken Charlio
Morgan ou tho Virginia highway. tver
trude Mortimer, in ladies' Hejnsitory
Put it on at once, Grst week in November,
a good substantial, old-fashioned, home-in ado
looso, red, woolen flannel shirt, and do not
lay it aside fur a thinner article, at least un
til tlio tirst day ot May, oven in tho latitud
ol New Orleans.
Wear it only in tho day-time, unless you
aro very much of an -invalid ; then change
it lor a similar ono to sleep in letting tho
two hang alternatively on a chair to dry in
a warm dry room.
Hut why woar flannel next to tho skin
in profl-renco to silk or cotton? llocauso
it is warmer : it conveys beat away from
tbo body less rapidly ; does it so Blowly that
it is called a non-couductor ; it leels less cold
when wo touch it to tho skm than silk or
A good deal has been said and written
about silk being best on account ot its elec
trical agencies ; bat all that is ruess-work
Wo arc bliud leaders of tho blind when
wo talk about that subtle agent ; and until
wa know moro ot it, it is tho greater wisdom
to bo guided by our sensations.
Another reason why woolen flannel is bet
tcr is, that whilo cotton and silk absorb the
perspiration and aro equally saturated with
it, a woolen garment conveys the moisture to
the outside, where tlio microscope, or a very
good eye will sec the water standing in mnu
incrablc drops. This is shown any hour, by
covering a profusely sweating horse with a
blanket, and Icttini; him stand. In a short
time the hair and inner surface of tho blan
kct will bo found dry, whilo tho moisture will
be felt ou tho outside. If wo would bo wise
wo must uso our .-enses and observe for our
Some persons prefer whito flannel, which
may be prevented from fulliue; up, if first
washed in pretty warm sonpsudj, then rinsed
in ono water us hot as e.in well bo borne
by tho hand. After being once made,
white woolen flannel should never bo put in
cold water, but always washed as above, not
by putting soap on it, but by washing it in
soapsuds., not very hot. Ur. Hall.
A IlosTOX btoiiv. A Huston grocer
lately lot it 10 barrel ol' flour under tlio
following circumstances : Mon-luy cvcuiii
n wiuow lady entered a well-known grocery
store at the south i'.uu and engaged in con
versation witli the proprietor. lho latt
was taking down u barrel of flour from
high slack ol barroU fur one ot his custo
mens, when tho lady remarked that nho woul
liko a barrel ot that Hour, whereupon th
grocer pleasantly replied, "I will give you
a barrel it you will carry it home. Ih
lady, who weighed somotJOO pounds, briskly
reached up to tho top ol the stack ot bar
rels, lilted ono down, put it in a wheelbarrow
and wheeled it to her homo, mine halt' a
mila tlihtaut, being followed and cheered by
a large crowd. To say tho grocer was sur
prised is a mild way of putting it.
Wc don't liko to spoil tho cllVct of tho
story, but that woman was a pretty lair Hflcr,
even though tho stack was uot ceiling high.
Paul was wont to pray to bo delivered
from "unreasonable men." There are, in
deed, not a few of this fort in tho world,
and they aro often quito enough to vex tho
patience of an nll-cuduring Job. They re
mind us of a preacher who onco labored iu
Northern Vermont. Uo was not lacking
in earnestness, but was mo.it vexatiously
impractioablo. Ou a certain occasion, aUur
tho patience of his presiding elder had been
taxed to its utmost by his contumaciousness,
said presiding older exclaimed, "llrothftr A
is undoubtedly a good man, but I pray
to bo permitted never to meet him again
until I meet him in heaven."
To suppose that fiction could permanently
appeal to so many classes of mind if it wero
only fiction, is to supposo an absurbity.
Fiction is most powerful when it coutains
most truth ; and there is little truth but that
which wo find in fiction, So long as history
is written by partisans, and scienco by
theorists, and philosophy by hobby-riderc,
the faithful studies of human lifo, as wo
lind them in tho best novels, aro the truest
things wo have ; and they cannot fail to
continuo to bo tho source of our favorite
knowledge, our best amusements, and our
finest inspirations. Dr. J, Q, Holland.
Tiik Mutations oi1 Tuam:. Tho changes
of trade aro illustrated in the fact that a
year ago tho articlo of coal was high and
sugar was comparatively low in price. At
tho present tiino coal is very cheap and dull,
but sugar is high and scarce, tho supply of
tho article at tho principal ports being fully
sovcuty.two per cent, less than at this time
last year. Prices for sugar arc, in fact,
higher than lor several years, and there is
no prospect of tho article returning to lower
figures for some time, unless thuro should bo
no export demand and tho now crop turns
out larger thau ia anticipated.
Kvoi.utiON. Aud this is what wo havo
got to. All things from frou spawn : tho
gospoloftho dirt is tho order of tho day,
Tho older 1 grow tho moro comes back to
mo the suntenco in the catechism, which 1
learned when a child, and tBc fuller and
docper its meaning becomes 'What la tho
great end of man V 'To glorify God, nnd
to enjoy htm forcvor.' No gospel of dirt,
teaching that men havo dcsccudcd from frogs
through monkoys, can over set that aside.
GENT ATJ 11
Tholamo can bo healed mid tho wounded made
whole. Wo now know Just what tho Centaur Lini
ments wilt do. They wilt not mend broken bones or
euro riiucvr, hut they will extract soroncss, allay
pain, euro nhcumatlsin and a larger rango of nosh,
bone and musclo ailments than nny article ever beforo
Sclontllto skill cannot go hoyond the elTocts of theso
remarkahlo preparations. :iir.ntli: Klii-muii-
Isiiii of many years' standing, Neuralgia, wcaK-iiacK
Fever Sores, Wcrpliiir Sinews Sciatica, Caked-
rlreatts, Distorted Joints and sprained Limbs of tlio
worst kind aro cured by tho Whlto Centaur Liniment.
It will destroy ithe pain and wlllioiil s,clir
all ordinary Corns nnd Bcalds. It will extract tSo
poison of lilies and Stings, anl the frost from Proton
Lttnbs. It Is very ellicaclous for Lur-scho, Tooth-ache,
and Cutaneous eruptions.
Mr. Joslah Wcstlalc, or Marysvllle, U., writes,
"For Yiiar mv Rheumatism has boen so bad. tlist I
havo been unalilo to stir from the houso. Tho first
throo bottles of Centaur Liniment cnable.1 mo to walk
without my crutches. I am mending rapidly. I think
pour liniment simply a marvel."
C. II. llennett, Druggist, Hock 1'ralrlo, Mo., saya
"Contaur Liniment soils bettor and irives tho best
satisfaction of nnj thing in the inarWct,"
What the Centaur Liniment lial riono for others It
111 do for you. It Is handy, It Is tollable, and It Is
Tlio Yellow Centaur Liuimenl
Is worth its weight In gold to owners of horses nnd
This Llnlmont has cured moro Sprnliii'sl Hwecnlod
ninir-bonod and f.tiltvil IEoi-m-h In throo yoars
than havo all tho Farriers In tho country in nn ngo.
Its effects aro simply wondorful.
We haro thousands upon thousands of ccrtlllcatos as
strong as tho follow Ingi
"My horsos was latno lor a year with a fetlock
rencll. All romodlos utterly f.illod to curu and 1 con-
stdorod him worthless until I coin.u4iioe 1 1 1 uso Cen
taur I.lnlmcnt, wliicli raplilly curcl liiiu. 1 boartliy
"Ilcv. UKO. W. FKIIUIS,
"Manorvllle, Schoharlo Co., N. V."
Dear Hlrs. I havo used vour Contaur Liniment In
my family, and Iiml It to lie of ureal vuluo. Please
send mo two' dollars' worth, ooo fur tho mules and
horsos. IllLl'V SlUlU.l-a.
"Falls Station, Wyoming Co., Pa."
It makes very tittle dlderenco what tho caso Is,
whether it ho Wrench, Sprain, I'ull lMI, Itlugbono,
Scratches or L-itnencss of any hind, tlioonVcts aro the
saiuo. Liverymen, Stago Proprietors, Farmers, Ac.,
should never bo without tho Vollow Contaur Llnlmont.
It Is sold everywhere, and warranted In Us elTocts.
Laboratory of J. li. Uosk & Co.,
tf, Dev St., Nkw Voiik.
It s a tnljtako to support) Unit Ca.torIti U not adapt
o to Kruwn pernoiH a woll as children. Thoy only
need to lncroao tho quantity. Hut chlldrim havo go
many complaint for which Ciwtorla is adapted liko
Vtii(l.!ollc,8m.r5toimcli, Worm, Tetter, Trot Ii
liitft and Croup, that tt la especially lecomiueiidud fur
IU eflectn are moro curUIu than t'utor 4111. It
contains no alcohol, and Is an pleamnt to tako ai
honoy. It never gripe. By regulating tho ftomach
and bovreli tho .'atoria euoli tho Muod, oipots worms
and prevent fuvcrhhiio, quiet. tho nervua and pro
duood health then ur coureo children can sleep In
quiet and mothers cm rost.
Cajtfirla la rrrmiiiiiriHlri! hy nil phyidctans und
nursoe who havo tried It, and It la having a r.ipldly
IncroAMni talo. It la prepared with great caro alter
lho rtcipo of Dr. S.imuol Pltchdr, of M.U!., at tho lab
oratory of J. 11. Koso & Co., 4fi Doy Struct, Now York.
Starch Polish !
(HOW DA shine)
By tho ua of which every family may give theirLtucn
that hrlltUnt polMi peculiar to fino Uundry work,
having tlmo and lador in Ironing, moru th.in IU entire
cost. Sold hy (Iroctr, or will io eimt pourgo paid on
receipt of i cent,
Doblmis. Ilro. X- Co., 1 :i X. Fourth St. I'liilit,
HONEY OF HOREHOUO AUD TAR
FOR THE CURE OF
Coughs, Ooldi, Infinenu, Hoarseness, Difficult
Breathing, and all Affections of the Throat,
Bronchial Tubes, and Lungs, leading
This infallible remedy is composed of the
Honey of the plant I lorchouiul, in chemical
union with Tak-H.u.m, extracted from the
Life I'rinch'U: of the forest tree Anus
Hai.samka, or llalm of Gilcad.
The Honey of Horchouml soothes and
scatters all irritations and inlUmmations, and
the Tar-balm clkansfs and heals the throat
and air passages leading to the lungs. J'lVE
additional ingredients keep the organs fool,
moist, and In healthful action. Let no pre
judicc keen you from trying this great medi
cine of a famoin doctor who lias saved thou
sands oflivcs by it in his large private practice.
N.li. The Tar-llalm has no had taste or
TRICES SO CENTS AND $! l'ER BOTTLE.
Great saving ta buy large me.
Piifo'H Tootlmeho Drops " Cure
in 1 Sllniito.
Sold by all Druggists.
0. N. OEITTENTON, Prop., N,Y.
ii f ii m m mm w ii i i
"Knorth CAMPnioar. mass.c
Speaking oi' .Vapor.
It Is vory orlJent that that which Is furnislioil hy tlio
subscribers givos cooil satisfaction otherwlio they couM
not say not only that thoy liavo fumlshoil, first ami
last, NcmJy Ktrry Pnper lit the Stat, huturo
still furnl.lilng a majority of them with their stock.
rillNTKIlS OUT OI' TIIK STATU may as welt elvo
tholr attontion tu this matter, lor tho Vermont printers
are not particularly uuteil for going rn mm In the
THE CLAREMONT M'F'G COMPANY,
Glftromont, N, II,
INTERNATIONAL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
NewYort, City of Portland, New Brnnswiclc
Line of flrst-clas, sido whool steamors to Kastern
Maine, and the lower lltltlsh Provinces. Eastport and
Calais, Me., 81. John, N. 13.. and llalirax, N, S.
Fall Arrangomont, 1870.
Two trips per week. Un and after Monday. Sept.
ai,the steamers ef this lino will leavo Commercial
VtUrf, llo-ton, nt B a. in., Railroad Wharf, Portland,
nt C p. m., every Monday and Thursday for
Kastport ami St. John. Returning will leave St. John
and Kastpnrton the same iliys. Connections made at
Kastport fur St. Androws, Itohlnston and Calalst at
St. John, fs. II., for Halifax, N. S, Charloltetown,
I'. K. I., and all points In New Ilrunswlck. Nova Scotia
and Prince Kdward Island. Freight takon at low
rates from Uoston nnd Portland.
Faro from Doslon to lli.K,n t'.flo. Calais V.Ml, H.
John t't.M, Annaimlls 17.Su, Halifax i).r,ti. Frodcrlcton
tCW, Charlottetown tlti.30, Monrtounnd Shodlao8.1.
i-aro rmiu I'ortianii ?i.ii less, i-or lurinor iniuriun
Hon as tu nnssnra or freight nlilily ta
W. 11.1U1.I1V,AKI.,( nn A' "
Mado feolubta hy
rack clla litoDt
t'.H, Blnbv.& Co.,.173 U 175 Vi:hl- '. , I'.. II V-
An:.vrs v.ri:i tor tin-1; i ma
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UH.IC I I Ei!iiiis-si
sholn: tho i-ruml results of our nrst Hill years, hr
crytKxiy hujs It, and agents makn from 1 1)11 to SMOU
n month. Also, fur tho new historical work. Uur
a coinulote anil griinhic history of American iiloncer
lifo 1011 Vll.VICS Alio Its thrilling eonllicts or
roil nml whlto foes, oscitinif uilventures. cuiitlvl-
tics, forays, scouts, pionoer women ami Intys, lmtlan
war-pnuis, cuiniwiio ami sporw. a oooi. lor oiu ami
young. rso eauipoiition, enormous sales. Kxtra
terms, ltiimra'ou circulars iroe, j. u. .m uunnr dt
Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Ilctitlij for ,lpcnts.
The Centennial Exposition
it:scuiiii:i) ami u.i.t vrit.vi'i'.n.
A irrniililt' pi'ii-iilrlnrs'of its liUtnry, irrmiil
Imi 111 In tr.it siiiiIitIii I i'lilllt s'lirlsislt !..
irruii.l ilu,ctc. I'mi'iiM'ly illiifctriifi'it.Aor-
Hynitj imtniiar unn st s-ii.aap. Mutitrii iiiiiui'
isrli. .',01111 A "i-ii !. Wiiiili'il. Bend for full
particulars. This will ho tlio rliniii'ii ul I'M! yrursi
to oofu money lust, tint tlio mil) r.'llitl.li history.
HUllllAIlli liKUS . rniiiisiiers, Hpniigiicni, .Mass.
nAUUlM)! "" iIi''i'IsmI hy prciiintllro
0 II U 1 1 U H Looks, assuming to t.o "oilleial" and toll
ing what will happen in Altsr. and M-lil.
WITH A cor.u IS ALWAYS danugrous.
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS
a Euro remedy for COI Sills, and all iIisoilsos of tho
su skili s.i .i.rif ii.i.i ami ,.i
PUT UP ONLY IN III, in: BOXES.
Sold liy all Druggists.
L N. UP.nTH.NTON, ? Siltli Avenue, N. Y.
On recolntofollconts wo wi 1 send hv mai . liosmnnl
all of tlio iullowing pioces of Jewelry, Viz I pair kold
Hiatal englnveil sleeve buttons, ono set trolil front
shirt studs, 1 Collar stud, I woiMing ring 1 roll plato
watch chain anil gent s roso coral i-eari pin. wo oner
this great bargain merely to ilraw attontion to our
Inisliiess, as wo havo all kinds of watches and jowelry
at low prlcos. elld lor Oataloguo.
i iu.i;n .v ii., uroauw.iy, iow vorx uuy.
Tlio valuo of this article of ,llet has been llioruuirhly
e-tablUheii In Kuitlaml ami tho Canailas sivit nil
sillirr ii-iti ml inim for Infants nml lll-
vitiius. boiu ny all .irungists. in cans, a.cts.,
anil $l.7.", bearing sigulturo of iVnotrich A- Co.
ror s-iio ny urii'-sisis cverywiiero. wnuio-aieu ny
WKLLS. UlCllAllDsON & CO.. Ilurllnston, Vt.
WELL. THAT IS CUTE
Tho New llaby Soap, m.i.lo ly Hob ins on Ilro?. & Co.,
AdKNTO WANT1U) VOW Till: STORY OF
Written by liU fattier. A ciinip'eto account of this
iiui.it .llyMsi'rimis AlMltirlioii an! Jllxfitiiid
sfutvli. With l'lic-Siiiillo LuttiTiinnil lllnHmtions.
OuUolls all other Imukn. Ono agent took 50 unlets In
(moony. TiTM lihcrul. AiMro'td,
John' II. rom.ti A Co., rutilUlicr, rmlatloiphla,
P nnTl PAV iUulMoaly wnrk for ono or two
uUUJJ A Jtl X i-nteniri3in!r tuon ami women in
otch cmnty. I IE ! ' I. its ici;i;. si;n
vi c n oirrit- rr, woitrn vji. A'Wre, J.
LATHAM A CO., 410 Wliin-ton btn-et. Uoxton, M.i.
Somolhlng ti miko lions l.iy, mulo Trom Frusli Meat
iliuI lionet, dried mill t;ruuul to u kkt Mkil Ivoeni
well. Highly nutritious Fovvlsi cut it with rulUh,
Trial tiii fttl eciitiumt $l. 10 1 Ih bug $i..'xJ. AiMruss
V. 1C. IIiMVUff A t;t., 4J CliathJIll t, llo-ton.
S-rri: mmcmii. snioois, lun.ioiph, vt.
ARM ll. IsKAVn.NWORTH, A. M., l'rincipal.
C.ipiK'ilj- of Imlltlini;' ioulilcit, 11 vo capiihlo teachoMt
Courjic of htmly enl.irotl, n .IimIo1 School, cnibriLOiug
pri'iur.ttory anl primary cl.uos, atlluI i nutnlmr of
uiluiit'i largely iiicronscl, hulng In attcmlnnco tlio
psUtturm. Spring torm lujln tho'Jil Tuosti.iy in rub.
ruiiry, l.ill term tho Itti Tuosil.iy In August. Tuition
$C.mi per (U.ittcr of ten weeks. Semi (ur Catalogue.
mil bo sold at retail nt;i,eiich.
New Sling Barrel,
f 1 0.1 n c.ich.
lho above rlrte? ft"o new and nil.ijiteil to tho purposes
iif hunting unl target thuutln. Alao
Rroech-louillng Itoulito Hum, from upwardf.
3lLixlo-Umllng " 41 (lO.iti) "
Two lumlroI Prlino Jfcllinn Kjultilei, prlco $7. ml,
Oho liumlrud New Ruiisut Jlriille with llitj, price j.ui.
rjiticulnri ent by in. ill, CIooiIjC. 0, ).
wii.i.iai iti:n A' SONS,
13 Fancull Halt Squaro, Ronton,
The Silver Eagle Corn Sheller !
WITH si:i.ii A TSUI,
IT IS THE II EST 8IIELLEII UUILT, ALSO
CLARK'S LEVER CUTTERS !
For cutting Hay, Stalks nnd Straw, ul.'O
Vegetable ' Cutters,
DP THE 11EST PATTERNS.
Mfiu.tA'u.yi .in;. co
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE,
rillli: Sulscrllieruirersforsalo tho premises lately
I iwupleil hy II. V. Hill on Caledonia Street lu St.
joiinsiiury, consisting ol a lUolllo house, luiru uud
lariEO garden. This iiiopurly Is so situated thasituiust
lucreaso rapidly In valuo as business revives and will
bo sold at ti bargain, l-'or terms Inquire of tho subscri
ber, lliirsluill .llsiiilmiiiinr) ,
Attorney und Ai;ent,
iLJukHttiHrji, Oct. Ill, isre.
JOH the speeily Cure of Bomlnal Weak.
ness, Lost Manhood, nnd all dtaordera
brouglit on by Indlsoretlon or Exoeis,
Any UriiKKlst haa tlio ingredlonti.
nnun DR. JAQUES& CO., CINCINNATI, 0.
arhwck to ArrutM.f.onilihlnplp.l.Oiia
,1 1 ii ii in hi K r. -i ii ail 'I a rtim llln ml.l'sir
llciiUi i irvu. J .Worth A t.fct4.oui. .Mo.
IN CONNECTION WITH P. & 0. R. II.
Ono of tlio dopant sra-golng stoitmora
JOHN BROOKS AND FOREST CITY.
Leases WANKMN WIIAIIF. Portland, ilally at 1
o'clock . in. unit In-lla Wharf, Boston, il.tily at 7 p.
m. (SunJa) s eicqitcxl).
fa hi:, ... f i. nn
rassonirors by this lino nro roinlmlwl that thoy socuro
a conilortalilo nights rest nnd nvohl tho evpenso nnd
Inennvcnloneo of arriving In lloXnn lalo at night.
Through tickets r..r saio at tlio l 4 0. H. 11. stations.
Froluht taken at loir ratos.
Ho. (.in Rail Tirlrtu accepted on tho stoatnor ami
tho Uiilcrenoo rc-funiloil.
J. 1. COVLK, Jr., Ocn. Ast., Portlan.1.
mucuses of the 'throul S T.miKs,
CuiikIis, f 'nliK, M'liiiiipllli; CsiukIi, IIi imi.
chilli. Asitliititi, mitt
; O IV s u 31 1 T I IV .
Tho Ton compositions nhlcli
have won tlio conniU-nco of
mankind ami liecouie house
hoM uorils uinonx not only
ono hut many nations must
havo extraordinary virtues.
Perhaps no ono ever secured
so tvido a reputation, or
maintained It so lonx, ns
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, It
tins lioen known to tlio puhlla
about forty ears, hy n loni;
continued scries of marvel
ous cures that havo won for
it a conli'lonco in Its virtues
never enuali'd hy any other medicine. It still makes
tho most elloctual cures of couijhs, colds, consumption,
that can ho made by medical skill. Indeed the Cherry
Pectoral lias really rohhed those dangerous diseases of
tholr terrors, to a irrent eitont, and iriven a Tee Unit or
Immunity frum their fatal elfocls that Is well rounded
If tho remedy ho taken In season. Lvery lamlly should
have It In their closet for lho ready and prompt relief
ofitamcmhors. Sickness, sullorlni;, und oven lire Is
aved My this tnnoly protection. Tho prudent should
ot iiojtfict It, nnd tlio wise will not, Keep Ithyjou
r tho protection It affords by lts.tlmoly uso In suddon
Dr J. G. AYER & CO., Lowoll, Mass.,
Prnctleiil nml Annlyllenl C'liemlsts.
ALL nitUaoiSTS AND DEALERS IN MEDKIINH
The onlv Dlackino that meets tin:
demand for a quitk and brilliant polish.
abtolutety tiourithrt and preserves the
II. IJixoT k Co, IU 175 AVahhioi'ton Et. N. V
All Persons at 11 Elista. ire tiM iitrd lj
.Hull Willi in ricrl surcrss Ii) tlrsrrllilii
lli'ir i) int(oiii4.
"rr'Tin Mm rwrwrmniii rmmt
(Semi forour laro anl lic.iutifully IllustratoU pajior,
ontfrco to any tulUrcs.)
Vh rPC.iu?o Inhalation
1? tho only way that tho
air pjpfnici'aciin ho roach
rl, and Catarrh i a (ii?
taso of tho air pat-'aiceg
of tho hoad. Ito thin
trcatuiPiit as wo din-it.
wliltih casv and ptea
ant, and wo uur.mteo a
perfect euro of caUrrh.
Wo MAKK A SPIXHAl.
TV f treating lutlcnU hy
Mali. IMcilso wrlto ami
tlt'ribo jour eyuilitsouw-
lEroiu Iiitis !
WhjT for tho mmo
reason a iriven i.hun.
1 Tlio llronclnal Tule.-i nro
simpiy conduetorn t car
ry air to tho Iuin,
henco Inhalation must o
direct tu tho feat of tho
rilea.o, and If you will
follow our direction wo
gu.irantoo to euro Jlruii
ehitU. AM PKRSOXS THAT
read this aro invltod tu
fend lor our larjjo and
Uautltully IlluHriitod Pa
per, vent true to nny at-
a rontraction nt tho limn
cltlal tutie:, c.itHud hy lu.
tlauunatlou and irritation
of tho mucus ineinhrano
llulu; tlio lln.ncliial
Tuhea. Uko Osyenatwl
Air in wo will direct and
wo will warrant a t'uro.
Wo have cured caitodof J
Wi: UUARANTKR TO
CL'ltn Cnuihs, CoId.it DIp
ttierla, 1'iivuinonia, Neti
riilicia. nnd nearly all othor
freveru attacks whon allotli
vr reuiottlea fall.
Can ho cured Why t he
cauo wo hnvo cured hun
dred a ol cased, muio of
then) huin j;lven over to
itioby all iiliylulan4 of
other K-liooU of practice.
Consumption in a dhioao
of tho Air Passaic j and
over two-thiriH of tliu
oinaro oiuel hy Ca
tarrh. Wo guaranloo a
euro If you wilt como in
DYSPKl'SIA WK UURK.
Uvor and Kidney com
plaint nro c.lectually
reached hy 0 gonatod
Dr. Townxend Ovyscn
iitod tilr will purity lho
hlood In one-third tho
timo that any other rent'
oily can. Why hecau'o
It huoh direct to tho
Lu ny;iiand paisea through
tlio li:uet ami com en in
direct contact with tlio
hlood ai It lit loroed
Into tho l.wwss by tho no
tion of tho heart. AU
the hlood in our veins re
turns to tho heart ovory
four minutes if tho hlood
is too I, and lot cod from
lho heart to tho lunn
ami tlio moro Uuni'll
CUHKD without cutting or
drawing hluod, wilh very
Uttlo or no piln, Any per
son troubled with innoer
uud Tumor will plouo
nt tnhalo into tho lutv
LtotMl, Wlieu (J(VKctl
tuaiu) vwiMijtMiitis, a u.
comu-i in contact with tho
from piMonW cured. Wo I impurities in tho hluod
wai rani a perfect euro.
it carbonize aiui tiunn
cauilin; tho hloti.1 to ho
heatot so that It warms
every part of thu 11 y,
ftiltiCoosi iu h rovolu
tioui tlnou'ih tho n) atom.
If eur hoivl U pure ou
caiinut he lck. Uodrivo
.Mercury and other tin
iiuritleif out of tlio blood,
Wo uuarantoo to purify
tho'.hlood lu uno-third tho
timo of thu tmio of any
other kuowu remoity.
W. M. rAIIK, M. I
Lato of tho
StrUMIMiAN U. 8. A.
JIopit.il. Phth-vlclphia, Pa.
whuh.uheen o itiuveirlul
throughout Now Knhind
in the euro 4t Cancer aud
Tumor, take chargo of
AddroMulI letter us hcrctolaro,
u. y. TOWNS13XJ), ar. jx,
122 nigh Btroot, Providonoo, R. I.
riiyslclans wlilnusto loaato In soino town or city in
this biiiluess, cin bo furuUiiiHl wltli territory and uur
Illustrated iapcrs lur advtrtUlus lho tauio, by addrvs
sln us above.
f There aro unprlnclpl ml )icrsons In lioston und else,
where that uro putllni: up a liogus lliuld aud trying to
oiras my treatment, or Oxygenated air, aud claliulni;
It, to lo like tulne. None couulne unloss tho words
im.TOWNHKNIi'H OXtlDNATDH AIH" aro blown
In tho botHo and portrait on tho label.