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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1889. Sunininr.v of Ncwn. Vermont. TllKanmml vnllev fir Wtll bt htW M Brattlaboto on Ootobat ani B, liRvi Takt of Richmond oaogbt i thfM year-oll lirar In a Hte.'l trai reeently. Hakvrv Lohbmbti luinbai manafacttiraf at Montgomery, lias ijone into iiiHolvoliey. Thk. Knller Hatte.ry of Brattleboro liaH jimt reeeiveil four new K Tlit'ir OOtl waa JHO.ono. HtiKYKYoHK liave eoiimiencecl work on tha Mtonnt Ifnaflald raiiroad tton Water bury tO Stowe. BBAMMMOM lias seven ilnirelies, lmt in oiy otifl of thetn wttt iTtnliis ervioM lield lant week Suinlay. Thk Green Mountatn OhftatiU Union will hold its annual l aiiip-ineetiiiK at Bethel, oommenolim Aaguit 20. Major a. h. 'ai,entink of Bennington lia" feturneil from a six weeks' trip to New Mt-xico aml tlu' far West. t'MAtiN( ky Woon, a fartnerot Fair Bayen, fell tfead white eatlng bla rappai on Hon day avanlng of laal week, Bluwokto LawbbmoioI Monkton) a(rel thlrteeD, wai badly Injurad laal weea bj a faii from a predplca on HdKimek Mountaln. Hli, chaki.ks G, HtJWTtHOTon waj found deail in a cliair laal week Suinlay at Middle bury. She liad been apparently in tfood bealth. Blioht is hnrling potatocs liitdly in Sontliern Vermont, and in inany lields in Windsor county tha later varieties will ba a total failnre. Thk raiiroad oomtniaalonera will oomplata their tonr of innpeotion of Vermont rail roiidsthis week. The report will not ba made till ni'Xt fall. TrB rensus ot lobool Ohlldren in Burling ton, Juit oomplatadi simws tbe number of 1 cblldren of acnool aoe in tha city to l 8,844, .f whotn i!7" attandad no lohool. EniTou L. (). Okkknk. of Woodstock, state InapaCtOl of filiillice, lias returiied from an extended liusiness trip lo the West, baviiij; traveicd abOQt 9,000 tiiiles. Kkkmont W. QoOLDi aed twenty-seven, of Rutland) fell dead from a bieycle wbile rldlngon the road to Weal Rutland last Kriday. Ueait diaeaae waa tha oauae. Thk. Windham oounty aoldlara1 reunlon will ba held at Bouth Londonderry on Bep. tetnberO. The veterane of Wlndaot county will iioid a rennlon at Windsor Auguat 28. Wii.i.ia.m JoBNS was badly injured, last week Tuesday, in tba Corona tnarble-mlll at Itranclon." Ile was aei identally strnck on tha head by a tenpound aledoe, recolv Ing a serious but not fatal wound. Postmastbrs liave been appolnted aa fol lows: t'. 11. Ciillillan at Barnet, A. A. Hazeltine at Lowell. Mrs, II. M. Peabody at Bluionsville, Ilexter Waite at Wardsboro and Aliiert i.. Dook at Whttlnghain. A mkktino of the exeentive eommittee of 'ermont Aeadeinv, Saxton's lliver. waa held last week Wednesday, the prineipal buainaaa balngtha appolBtmanl of Profee- sor Qaorga A. Williains of llavana, N. .( to the prlnolpalihip. A mkktino of eiti.ens was held at Bur lington, last week Wednesday, to take aetion toward seeiirinu a ninon depot. Eteaolutiona were paaaed to ba preaantad to roails entaring tha olty calling thelr attan- tiou to the matter. Thk body of Henry ('. Hoy, aned 22, who was drowned reeently at liellows Falls, was diaoOTared last week Wednesday near East Putney. A reward of S had heen olTered for the body. It was taken to liellows Falls hv the father and hrother. DCBINO the storm on Tuesday of last week lightning struck and sel nre totbe harn of John F. Chessman of Qulldhall, whieh was tOtally eonsumed, with eontents, conslstlng of twenty tons ol hayandfarm inu tools. Lossabout S(K)o. MlCHABL Fitzpatkic k and William Qulnn hecame Involved in a lively row in front of the poSt-ofHce at Pittsford, Wednesday even Ing, in the course of whieh Qulnn and three windows in the post-ofSce were kuocked out. The rioters were arrested and lined. Thk Windham county Pomona Orange is arrangtng for agathering of Grangers, Bep- tember 14, at Crowell's grove, Brattleboro. Grangers from all parls of the state will be invited. Colonel J. 11. Brigham (jf Obio, master of the National (irange, will deliver the tirst of a series of leeures whieh are to be given througbout the state. ItATK.sfor Vermont fairs: State fair, Bur lington, September .'t. I and .1; Mad lliver VaTley, Waltsfteld, Beptembex I and.": Franklin OOUnty, Sheldon, September I, .1 and tl; Morrisville, Morrisville, Septem ber Ki, 11 and 12: Rutland, Rutland, Sep tember 17, 1H and 10; Valley, Hrattleboro, Oetober 2 auil .1; Western Vermont, Fair Haven, September 24, 2.1, 2li and 27; Wind sor, Woodstoek, September 24, 2o and 2(1. Ski hktaky 1'koi tok enjoyed a short va i ation at bia Vermont bome last week. His next leave will oeeur in the latter parl of Auguat, wben he will attend the em amp ment of the Vermont militia, bftgiBBing Auguat 22, and deliver an address at the re union of the Fletcher family in Tremont Temple, Boeton, August 28. Thia will be a reunlon of the deacendanta of Roberl Fletcher, who arrived in this country in 1030 from Bngland. Arramik.mk.ms have not yet been com pleted for the twentieth annual exourslon of the Vermont l'rcss Assoi iation, but it is expected that Saramn' Lake, in the Adirou- daoka, will he the objectlve polnt, the party leaving Burlington on Thursday, August 1", by steame r for Plattaburg, froin whieh polnt the trip to the laki; and return will be made by special trains. The annual busi- ness meetinji will be held at a convenicn! time during the excursion, to be named by the axaoduVa eommittee. A DOTATCH from Lyndonville says; " Georga Gowr haa been arrested here by otlicers from (irei'nlield, Mass., and St. .lolmsbury, and will be taken to (Ireentield. About two years ago he waslivingat Uoyal ton, with his family, when he went away With another man's wife. The couple were arrested at (ireenlield, tried and eonvieted, Tha wonian served her sentenoe, but Gowr escaped, went to Canada, where he re mained awhile, and then came to this place, and was llvlng with his wife. Ile lias two cblldren." Wh.liam PBTOB of Winooski was fouml drowned in Bfteen faat of water in the Winooski river Friday at ahuiit nooii. The ca.se is umlouhtcdly oite of suicide, as the unfortnnate man's OOftt atid hat were found on the bank of the river. I'rvor is the same mau who alteinpteil suicide by BUtting his throat at St. Joseph's I'ullege less than two weeks ago. His aga was overseventy years, and he had for soinc time declared thal he wanted to die and join his wife, who died less than a year ago. The remains were taken to Moutreal for intermeul. At the rneetlng of tha Retail and Whole- sale Marhle KealerH' Assoi iation of New Kngland, at Hutland, last week, the tollOW ing otlicers were elected : I'resiib nt, Btepbeu Maslin ff Hartford, COBB.j sccreiary and trtasurer, .fames F. Brennan of Peterboro, N. H.; vice-presidents, Chester It. lhirii ham of Hartford, CoDB.i Nathan F. Saw yer of Blddeford, Malne, W. G. Gannan of Manchester, N. 11., .lames K. Stanton (jf St. John, N. B., Georga 0. Underhill of Rut land, John Celley of Weymouth. Mass., and Btephen T. Richmond of Washington, K. I. '1 he directors consist of a board of thirty-rive tive from eaeh New F.nglaml State and the Provlnoei. At the Morrisville caui-mfet ing, whie h will oommanoa Tuesday avanlng, August 20th, the followlng prograinme will he i ar riedOUt: Tuesday Bvening, praise service. Wednesday Morning, preaoillng. After noon, praise serviee, led by a ipiartetic of ladies, uuiler the ilirei tiou of the Woinan's Ohxistian Temperance Dnion oi Vermont; chalk talk by Mrs. K. A. Kenyon; addreaa, "The New Departure," by Mrs. Krances M. Harris of Hrooklyu, N. V. Bvening, ad dress, "itoes it ray ?" hv Rav. Blisabath H. Delevan of llound Lake, N. V. Thurs day Morning, eonseeratiou service, led by Hev. Eliz.abeth II. Delevan; address by Mrs. M. E. Purple, state lecturer and or gaui.er of Woinan's C'hristlan Temperaiu e I nion. Aftemoon. cblldren a hour, chalk talk bv Mrs. E. A. KenyOB; address by Mrs. Bmily McLaublln of Boeton, Mass., national leotnrer of Woinan's Chrlstian Temperance 1 'nion. Evening, addreaa by Mrs. N. II. Knox of Manchester, N. II., president of New Hampshlre Woinan's Christian Temperance I'nion. A ipiartette of ladies will fnrnisb inusic for eaeh service. Prlday morning, August S8d, the clistriet camp-ineeting serviees will l ommenee, and will eontinue to August 2lth. On Saturday tliere will be a mlHsionarv meeting, with an address by Hev. (1. M. Cnrl of St. .lohns bury. 00 Friday and Saturday, August 16th and 17th, It is expeted that eaeh charge represented will tneet on saiil grounds, by its pastor and two laymen, to put up tents and tlt up the grounds. T. e names of speakers froin abroad attending the district eainp-meeiing will be annoum eil later. It is expected that all the railroads will earry at reduced rates. Donaaatle, A ovMNASit'M is DUlldlng at Vassar for the nae of tha stadenta. BtORTBMI livrs were lost in the recent (loods in West Virginia. Tni latest itattatloa of the Johnatowo tlood place the loss of life at ti,(K. WiiKATandoats have suffered consiiler i ably on account of the reeent heavy ruins in Kauaaa. Assistant Fnoinkkk Tauhtt of the i Untted States war-ship " Atlanta " has 0OB mitted suicide. Thk North Dakota constitutional conven tlon deeideil to suhiuit the prohibition ipies tton to popular vote. Thk New Vork post-ollice building will nrohably be sobl to the city and a new liuildiug ereetcd up-town. Wamkk 1). ToWKaof Manchester, N. H., Is under arreat for the morderof his wife who died last week Thuisday. Wk exported last vear more pctroleiim than ever hefora 012,000,000 gallons, if the sstlmated value of 140,490,817, Ti'k big co-operative brewery of BuiTaio has been sold to a svudicateof Knglish capi talists. The price was 1380,000, Of II 10 per share. Two men were killed and six injured in a Scranton ( I'enu. i niine last week edttaaday by an explosiou ot tire-damp following a eave-in. ORH Btlllion dollara have been raised in the I'nited States to oarry out the project of laving an oceau cable between San Fran- clsco and Honolulu. GOVBBMPB OLITBB Amks of Massachu setts was taken seriouslv ill, last week Wednesday, his heart tronble of a year ago havlng manlfested Itaelf again. I.kwis Bbothbbi - Compant, one of the largest dry-goods houses in New York city. has made an assignment. It is thought that the liabilities of the lirni will IUU1 up Sl.doo.otio. Thomas A. Fdison, the inventor, is eon testing in Ontario the dccision of the ehlef elerk of the patent ottice, eaneeling the Ed- laon patenta for Inoandescent eleotrlc light ning, on the groiiml of want of jurisdietlon. Makik Bosik Maiii.ick, ayoung woman of Jeraey city, lacked wedding Bnery and broke into a foriner employer's house and stole three dresses. She then set lire to the house. The girl was arrested before the wedding and oonfeaaed to the robbery. Tnaobama of Colonel Hamllton to aei up electricity-generating inai hincry under Niagara Falls, whieh was killed last winter in the New Vork legislatnre, has heen an proved by the Canadiau government, whieh lias granted permission to erect macblnery under llorsesboe Kalls. William D. Babbib, a sho maker, died at Marblehead, Mass., on Friday, after two daya of terrible auffering. He had been in the habit of taking a jug of drinking-water to his shop every day, and on Tuesday he carrled, by mistake, a jug of waahlng-tluid and drank the contenta. In New York city, last week Thursday night, meetinga of the ohamberof oommerce, the mayor's eommittee and the Spanish Aineriean Aaaoclation took action to formu late plans for holding a worhl's fair there in 1802, to oelebrate tbe four bundredth anni- versary of the discovery of Ainerica. Thk compositors on the JftUI Vork Sun, Ttmet and WoWd struck, last week Mcnday, on account of a ten per cent redttotlon in wages. The cnmposing-rootuH were tem- porarily manned from the editorial depart nients. The strikers afterwarda returned to work, theirdemands baving heen acceded to. Gkokok ObMBBBB, a fruit-raiscr of Po- mona, Cal., has had a suit Instltuted against him for (1,800 for kisses the plaintitf avers he infHcteu forcibly npon her on Aprii 20. IJnfortunately the number ia not aet down in the bill, and tberefore nohody cau tell just what the markct value of oaoulatiou is at Pomona. RBT. 1u. Doki HKSTKIl, superintelldent of Inilian schools, has returned from a two montha' tour of Inipectlop among the in- dian schools in tbe West. He visited llx- teen scboola. ' Hs reporta tbal many of the schools are in a proaperona condltion. The pupila are being tboroughly Inatructed and Intelllgent ly governed. A Gkkman woman at Nashville, Tenn., reeently deceaaed, who had aurrounded beraelf with doga and cata, left her estate, valued at $0710, in trust for two of her fa vorite dogs, whieh are vcry orilinary curs. A young woman she adopted aome yeara ago is made second beneflciary upon the oondltlon that she will llve in the bouae and eatc for theae dogs for a period of eighl years. Hkc K.NTLY a male coll waa born to Nellle Qrant, the famoui faat-trotting donkay of the Philadelphia Zoo, and the baby donkey has beea formally chriatened Baby McKee. The name was mggeated as a complimenl to the president's graudson by a child of one of the directors of the gardens. A for mal invitation to " eoine and riile him " will be aenl to Baby McKee tbrough Poatmaater- general Wanamaker. Nkus baa been reoelved at Denrer of the drownlng of Frank M. Brown, prealdent of the Denvar, Oolorado Oanon A Pacitlc Raiiroad Comnany, on July 10, in Marble Oanon, Colorado river. Wbile he. in eom- pany with a party, was making his way ilown the river, the boat was capsied and be was swept into a wbiri) I and drowned. Those in tbe boat with him were tbrown into the curreiit and escaped. Coi.onhx itooF.it .i. i'auk, a prominent lawyer and editor of the Timet-mut$ter at Marion, Ala., was shoi and InatantU killed at that place, reeently, just after alightiug from the luiduight train. He had gone a bundred yardi from the atation and was leaning on the anu of his friend, Judge Haywood of Texaa, when aome one oame up behind him aml shot him tbrough the neok. The assailant lllll, mounteil a borse and tted. ONB evening last week the station-agent at Bloomshury, N. J., on the l.ehigh Val ley raiiroad, Intercepted a Bungarlan who was on his way to Scranton. On being iUestioned, the mau produced a ticket good from Jersey City to his destiuatiou. He had marobed tbe entire distance from New Vork, and told the agent he supposed the ticket was only good to allow him to walk over tbe road. He was pnl on a train to Scranton. Two bloeks of buildiugri at SiTnnton, Penn., were aarloualy dlaturbed, laal week Thursday morning, by the collapse of Bvelo in the central inine. Four of t he houses were oraoked io badly that tbey will have to be rebullt. Most of the people living in tbe tlisturbed district were asleep when the i rasb came aml tbey were badly frightcncd. The ground is oonaidarably dapreaeed amt is traversed by tlssures from a few inches to a foot in width. BSCBBTABY KOBLB has issued an order direoting lr. (ieorge Ewing aml 11 I.. Bruce of the board of pcnsion appeals and .Iudge Frank I.. Cainpbell of the assistant attorney-general's ollice, interior depart iii. ni as a eommittee to enter forthwlth upon uu Inveatigation of all reratlnga of nanalous as made by tbe peusion bureau aurlng the last twelve uioutbs, and espe cially thosu of pensioners in the governuient aervfoe, with a view toascertaining wbetber any sueb reratlngs have been male in vlo latioii of law. Thk report of the New York post-oltiee ex ainining i ommission has been lnailc pnb llr, and contains important recommenda tions. Tbe couimission ri'commends one hun- dred twenty-thrae addltlonal clerkaand ten addltioiial arrlers, at an increasrd cost of ?H7,(XI0. Numerous ehanges ill tbe post offloe building. Whloh wouhl involve a fnrther additlonal expense of 9118,000, are also recommondcd. It also suggests some thorough Improvemanta as to tbe practtcal operation of the postal service in tbe elty. Fnretlrn. Thk report that Mary Anderson, tbe aet ress, is insane in London Is denied. Thk I'arnell cotiimission adjourned on Thursday of last week to Oetober 2. Thk physicians attending Wilkie Collins, the DOValiati say tliat he is OOt of danger. Thk Belgian chainber of deputies has voted 98,000,000 for the new Congo railway. GBNBBAL BOULABOBB will be a OBDdldate in nlnetytW0 cantoni for tbe OOUncill gen eral. Thk new I'rencb anny law extends the age of llablllty to service from forty-live years to tlfty. Thk Marylcbone Cricket Club defcatid the I'hiladclphiu ericketers, last week, by an InniOg and eighty-four runs. Mn. LOMHO, the new American minisler to PortUgali went to (Jlntra, Thursday, and preseuted his credentials to the king. I.i Si'ir puhlishesa report that General Boulangel Ia going to New York. feariug that the courl-mai tial will condemn him. It has been deeided in Itussia that wotnen may be physicians, but they lntist contine thelr serviccs to childreti and ailults of their own sex. Thk Spanish government has forbUblen any demonstrations ealculated to encourage the pope to go to Bpatn in the event of his lea ing ttome. Bv a vote of 390 to 7' the house of COD inotis has agreed to grant a lump sum of gOOO.000 or, as an alternative, 20,000 an Dually to bulld rallways in indaml. Thk wedding presents receivftd by the Princess Louise of Wales were displayed at Marlborougb houae Friday. The total value was 9780,000, The jewels alone are valued at 9800,000, RiFOftxaaa to the oondltlon of oropain Manitoba and at many points in Ontario are satisfaetory. There seeius tohe no good ground or tna deapalring reporta that nava been circulated. TUBIOO of I'nited States Consnl Twitchell of RlngHtOBj Ontario, is under arrest for burglar.T. The young man bore an excel lent repUtation, and it is thonght that he Commttted the criine in a tit of temporari' Inaanfty. A CABLB tnessage received from tbe Buropaan onion of aatronomara announoea the discovery of a bright cotnet in the south ern heavens by 1'rofessor Kavidson of Queenaland on July 31. It has a daily movement of three degrees north. A BBCBMT lire at Lu ChoW, Cbina, bumed twenty-three houra, daatroying s7,ooi dweii Inga. over 1,300 peraona perlahed in the Hamea and 400 othera were killed. Nearly 170,000 people were obllged to camp ont, WithoUt shelter. and were dying at the rate of 100 a day from want aml exposure. Thk Yidlow river has again burst its banka in Bpantung, inuudating an immeuse extent ol country. There are twelve feet of water througbout ten large governtnental dlatriota, The loss of life aml property is Incalculable. Owing to tbe incapacity of tbe local authoritiei foreign engtneering aid, in order to permaueutly repair the cbanm l of the river, is consiilered imperative. Thk trial Of the strikers arrested at Bres- lau, Gerroany, haa reaulted in the convic tion ol thirty-two ol the prisoners. Henkel, the ring-leader, was aentenced to aeven years penaJ servitude aml to be deprived of his clvll rights for aeven ybara. Nine of the strikers were aentenced to terms of im- priHonment ranging from eighteen month- to tive years at hard labor aml twenty-tWO were aentenced to Impriaonmenl froin g year to four years withoul hard labor. In the British house of commona, last week, Rt. Hon, W. II. Smitb, government leader, laid on the table the report of the oommittee on royai granta. The report recommenda that the sum of t'.'.ooo ! added to tbe nuarterly grant of the I'rince of Wales. The report maintaina the right of the otieen toaah parliamenl to make further provlsion for her grandchildren, aml ad- ie tbatal tbe proper time a law be paaaed provlding that futUre sovereigns shall have no clalm to parliamentary provlsion for their grandchildren. Mr. Labouchere moved tbe relectlon of tbe report, aml to aubatl tute tberefor an address to the queen re- citing, among otber tblngs, that the suins already voted by tiarliament to the royal family shoiihl be amply siillicient for all their proper purposes, and that, if further supplies are needtid, they ought to be pro vided tbrough rctrcnrhinent of the expeuses of the royal family, not by BUCh demands upon the tax-payera. Mr. Labouchere'a mo tion waa debated on Thursday and Friday, and linallv rejected bv a voteof 308 to llii. all. It lias eured eases of twnnty-tlvn and tblrty years' standing, and now tliose who have speut many dollars flnd their only salvation is In the use of I)r. Wilber's I'ile Ointment. For the plles and notbing else. I'rii'e tbirty-ti ve eents. Take no otber. Bold by all drtiggists in Montpelier and by M. O. Evans in Waterbury, Vt. - i " I was troubled with catarrh for over two years. I tried various retnedles, and was treated by a nninbci of physicians. bUl received no benefll iintil I MgBB to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A few bottles of this medicine cured me." ..... .. Hnmif, man'i Ififfii jV. v. Wl tha Bab wm lk)B w ave bit Cafltortn, fThaa tie ws n ciitiii itii rrteii for Oaatofla, Whan nh,. baaataa aTlii ihi alaBi ti Oaatofla, Whaa tie had OBliaraa iiti Kiive ttaain Oeaterla, Kroin Ucnninu'ton (otlllty. " SHAKTsiit nY, Vt., Jaanary h, ish;. Dr. y. 8, Hutchbuon ct' ComfMXfiy: In the month of Mandt, 1HH7, I had a shock of apoplexy, tollowed by paralysis, so tbat my life was despalred of. Seeing your Anti-Apoplec-1 1 114 advcrtiscd, I concluded to try it. Ite fofa I had taken one-fourth of the tlr.st tiot tle I could seea luarked impro ement . This was seventeen moUthl after I was taken, and before I had taken the second bottle I fell so well that I wanted some Imsiness to oci upy my lilind. I have taken llve bottles of Aiiti-.Vpoplectine, I ain lifty-three years old and can get arotiml nearly as Blmbla as ayoung man." '. .1. Ifattlton, JtJbcrtiscmcnts. ttbcrttsemcnts. A Magnificent Enterprise, DR. gage'S New Bngland Capital and liniins at work in Nova BCOtiftt it li kmiwn ..ii.i aaaafMNl iy anlnaat eatbofttiea tluit in n.iii. i ii. Nnva Srotlii In n.i--i -i l.y no othar aaetlon of aqaal nron in tnawofid. Itn Kri- nitni ii linpurtHlico nlreHilr well entalillnlieil, hniI Hr i'i v .i.i i, for r i ;i 1 1. wlilcli h re iitllir.nl Tnore Hnrt innre eacli y,.r. will mion pwea Ncivs Scotla k uu' iiiri'niniii cnnn' uimi mii','.-rnltin couli- Irlen ln tha werlil. Wltli 1 1tln klnnvli-ilnp. l.iu.-tliiT wllh llii' fm't kiniwn l.v ni'verKl llimtoii ch pltnllstn that the nwi nt wnrk ol ratlroada "f ti,e Weit, and ipMlalty the iirpnt i , rsclflc aystam, were hci iklBI nn KMtern terinlnin, frem w hieli they oonld n'Hi'h tlie ii ,ik. i of Baroaa l.y tlie ahoftlt P'- Blhle ncfnn relite, n j. . n wsn ffirinefl, hiiiI efiHr- tereil liy the I'urllsini'iit nf Nevn Si'othi In Mhv. iiinler Iha iihiiip of CoNsuMfTloN CcitKi). An old physieian, retired froin practlce, baving had placed in his handl by an East Inilin missionary the formula of a elmpla vegetable remedy for tbe speedy and perinauent enreof cousump- tion, bronchitia, catarrh, asthma aml all throat aml Inng affectlona, also a positive and radical CUre for Bervoua debllity and all nervona complalnta, after baving teated its wonderful cnrative powers in thousands ol cases has felt it hiadutj to make it known to his auffering fellowa. Actuated by this motive and adesireto relleve biiman sulfer ing, 1 will send, free of charge, to all who desiri it, this recipe, in Gerinan, Fremh or Knglish, with fuii directiona for prepar- ing and using. Sent by tiiail by addrc ssing, with stamp, Damlng this paper, W. A. Noyks, 149 Pouser't Block, HocMtUr, X. Y. Gkayson of Oronville, Frank- i . aays; l tlunk Swnt s Spe- MB. 1. M liu parlsb, I ethe is the best lilood remedy in the world. I have known it to make wonderful ciires of persens with hlood diseases, some cases whieh had been regarded as inciirable." DB. I!. T. CoFFBDOB of Verona, Mo., says he has sold a large quanttty of Swift's Bpeciflc, and to a great many customers, and knows it to be most SUCCeaafully used for maladies of the hlood. Swirr's Spki iitc is not one of the old potaah, sarsaparilla or inerciiry inixtures. It contalna no potaah, no meroury or any poisonous suhstance. It relieves tbe sys- tem by foroing the Impurlttea out tbrough the iores of the skin, aml buihls up tbe pa tient from the lirst dose. " Wk. sell great quantities of S. S. S., and tbe sal bolds up well no falliug olT, or proapeet of lalllog off. While many are loud iu its praises, not one complalnt has been heard from our customers." . E. gtarriagcs. ln Northfield. July 29, bj Rev. n. 0. Howard, Wiiife n. Maion of worcetter, Mas..tu iu-rtii;i M. nwc of Northfitld. in Plainfield, Julj 3$, t tha ruldenea of the itrltlf's parente, by Rev. O. F, Thayer( '. E. Wood ward of Kiintlolph'to Mubel A. L.ic'llr of IMiilntlHhl. in South Royalton, July St( at tbe bojme pf the bride. by Hev. Jamei RaniaKe. Rev. Charlei h. Datton of Asbiiiuti. tfaet.) to Harele J. Urvv, ot Sout b Itovaltoii. gcatrjs. in MontpeUeri July ,.,4. Joeeph dlaln, nearly tt. iu Btrafforda July Sft.8amantha.wlte of John C. Blay. in strMffortt. July j.'. Lucy JM wife of Bugene Bron ii. -? yi'itrH itnd 4 monthi. iu Norwich, .luiy lu, of diphtheria. Luln.aited . and Bertha, aged i ohildren of Hr.and Mre. WUi- tltlll I'. bbcrtiscmcnts. usiness Battces VBNI, VnI, VlCll This is true of llall's Halr lieiiewer, for it is the great conquerer of gray or fadeil hair, making it look the aame even rolor of yontb. " I cau recominend Ely's Creaui Maliu to all hay-fever sulTerers. It is, in my oplnlon, a sure cure. I was alllicted for Hventy-Mve yeara, and never before found tieruiaiieiit relief." W. II. HcukilU, Sbtrhjhbl, VI. " How nice Miss ltell is lookiug, Addie." " Yes, Uaura." " Why, only a year ago her face was comnletelv covered with pimiiles. blotches and sores. She told motbef tb it she owcd her nioe, elear couiplexion t i her using Bulpbur Bittera." " Well. Laura, I shall try tliein, too." Cako o Thanks. I hereby dealre to bx tend to all my friends my thanks for the many kindneaaea extended to me dnrlng my pasf illness of over three nionths from rheumatiam, aml I eapecially dealre to tell tbem that but for Bulpbur Bittera 1 abould have heen sulfering still. May VOU never Ittffef what I have is tbe wish ot your friend, It. II. 'Ayleur. Aykk's CATHABTIC Pills are recoiu mended by the best physicians hecaiise they are free from cahunel and Otber in jurious drugs, being coinposed of purely vegetable i ngredieiil s. While thoiough in their action, they atlmUlatC and streiigtheii the bowels aml secretory organs. Hay-fkvbb. " I have been a hay-fever sulferer for three years; have ofteu heard Ely's Cream Haliu spoken of in the highest termfj did not take muoh stock iii it, bc cause of tbe many iiuack loe.lii ilies. A friend perauaded me ti try tbe ltalln, aml I did so, with wonderful success." F, 8i Qi tr, ra.o , .V. 1'. F (T ROYAL ESo'i Jk POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thtl DOWdar nvtr rarlee. A iiiHrv! of pnrtty, i .11.1 Ii himI wholpHoinfin. 1on fi'oiitiinlcal iiii. thr ordlnary KiixU. and oannoi be ln opn lictltton wttb tho iiiult it uile tif luw tt'jtt. nhort Wtlgnl hIcih or pboephate powdera 3oW 9l in puw It P V A t. 11 A K 1 Mt I'tiW HKlt ('., lti Wnll St.. N. . IMPORTANT.-- All oul-of ton studenls ol the Advite to Motbers. Mrs. Winalow'a Boothlng Byrup, for ohll dren teetblng, la tbe prescription of one of the best temaJe nuraaa and pbyaloiani in tbe United Stales, aml has been used for forty years with never-failing success by mllllona of motbers for their ehildren. During the process of teething ils value is Inoalculable. It relieves tbe child from pain, cures dyaentery and diarrhcBa, griping in the bowels and wind-colic. Ily giving bealth to tbe child it rests the motlier. l'rice twenty-llve eents a bottle. Dr. Wllber'N IMle Ointment. A word totbe alllicted: No matter how long you have sufTered, iv will OUfd ynu. Il has never been known to fall. It gives Instant relief. It lias been used by Dr. Wilber many years, tand after many nrgent reipiests it has at last been giveu to the peoplt as a cure Pbat is sure auil iu reacli of AND SCHOOL OF SHORT-HANO and TYPE-WRITING have Ihe benefll of GYMNASIUM, BATH and other privileges of Ihe Iteniiltiiii: from tlie Krrnrs nf Ymith, Polly, lee.lt noranoe, c, msy le cureil at homa witlnmt fnil .ir expoaura, Infnlllble aml oiin.lriillal. l ai Jf Traatlae, ami pagaa,ealyl bj itial! , yt'B.P'8T Hiiuill l.ook, wllh lurscim iil nf Ihe ires, rree. Bend aow. AiMreM the Peabodj MeilK-sl InaUtute, or lr. W.H. Parker, Nu. Bui&iich ltBotoa,Maa. ATTE NTION Jltaf OUT I'HIS WKEK Wliirh Imrnefllslel v hmiKtil iiml eciired the tltle te largatfMtaof land on both .i,iph 61 the gtr.it ,r Chiiho, ut Itaaaatani polnt. The oompany'i iim.i on Cape Braton alda Ii otia ih.i eoel-bed. m the Etotra Scotta nhle II hH. ItnlueliKe wster rl vll.'utes, nti.l n mnnt iM'Hiitlfnl lorstlon fnr the ritv. whieh will he aonnacltd wltn ihe i .o nwtBa raiiroad, m. lt ..-ii n. tertiiiiiii., iii Oetober, nakliifi . HtrniKht traBaeontlnantal raiiroad frem ocaan toocaan. a Manea :tt the BUp ntfur.l. eiaivilH lu nronf th:t there li not . niet i.n thv Atlitlitle ceHt.1 10 Centrttllf alaead botweaa inarket. of tha werhi. with it. , msiiv natUfal .elv oii n thK Invely ulHee, Ternihiul cltv. At Ihe thre.tmhl of Ihe city, look in: UHSI, Ile Mlf IM'HIIIIIIU Hliu 111 -i.n Bay of Chedabucto, A rtvnl of thi fHrnouH ltay of Xnplen. It fn n wpII- j known facl tnal tbe Hhv of uhewioucto one of the deepeil and siift-Ht landlocked harbori in the world, iiton vrhlefa t he NAVIES OF EVERY NATI0N Hlghl Dnd aaf w anehoran.and nt all limt'i or the yeui ai It never freeaee. Thli polnt Ii nearet the untf strputn tbim in MaHachneetta. benoe the vtry obvtons ri'itnon fnr thr m.MtifM (f tlie wlntfrn u this Bfftion. Termtnal city hai Indeed Marvelous and Flattering Prospects Itt'fnrt her. Her v;irit'tl rfoMirct1 iiml imt tirttl ml vnnt.ijct'H Tiiust tn thf iicitr futitrt1 iiIho' her ntnoiiK the foretnoit jiuI hirK"'ft I'omiitfrrlnl ctnei of thiB Dontlnentt Were a itralaht llne to bedrawnfroni CHICACOTO LIVERPOOL it arould iit dlreetly thrqngh Termlnal City. 'hi- inno U nx hiintlri'il inilf nt'nrt'r I-ivcrpool viu Termltial City than vla Bqttpn New Vork or I'ort land. Paitengen and nuiiiu from i.iviTpooi rmi tn landed ln Nfw Vork from two to tlirt-f tlnvs wotmcr over thif roiito ttiitn by jiiiv otlo-r linc, itml It is tbe shortent, Miifpt niiit t'lif iijifHt llin ht'twct'ii l.lver pooland any point on 'i. - eonttnent. Thli route iavee hnndredi tif mtlei of oeean travel aml iib through lone of the tnoel Dtetnreique icenei "t eni rountry. Tbi proxiinitv of Tcrminiil l'iy to the (ireat Iiwhin- Banka Make tt the most acceiitble potn! at wiith thli Indnetry ean be mnptted and oarrted on. it i the naturafterfntnui oT the rutiroudM of Cane Breton; aNothf stfamitblp lint's ttiroiiL'b Itras DOr Laket aml tlie lniiiicime coastwtse trafflO of the PrOVlncei. Thlseonipany bai demonetrated tbe facl that itn foal i-aii tn1 inim-tl itnd pliicrtl hixhi thf llostoii market for per ton. rbcsuppiy is tm'xlmust ihlt' iiml so (dtuati'd that a VL'snt'l" cnn Ii' at lo-r whurf and U: Umv I from a t-butu runniiit; dtrt'ft from the minev whlt-ti are at tlie waterV eii:e. Iron Ores. Copper. Gold -Bearing Ouartz. ASTlMOiNY, MAN1IANESF, GYPSfJM And otber mfneraln ulioiiml in vant depoeltl. and have itt-pn nfflelently developed to prttve their eiiornonj value. Petroleum Kas L ately Been Discovered in Cape Breton. A few mllet froin tbe etty. Terminal City in tbe entraUalng ptdnt o( aii thette Indnatrtea, aml 1 - hIho every natural fai llity for great suielting and relining works. Tbe slster t-ities whlch liavc sprnng uu ut tlie western tormlnui of this ireatrulway sstetn. witliout tlu- atlvantages wliieli Termlim'l city poaieeteei have mel with prohpt-ritv infflcient to point tbe eniiltallst. profenmonal and lnisint'SH man. thf farmtT and the laborer. to thf inany op portnnitifH in tbe ICast. Thf capital Itook ef'this enmpaiiy Ii p.s.'tui'.iKMi. divlded Into .MKi.tiuii bare of $ 10 eaeh bntln order that a large number may be. oome Intereited at once tbe ihareewiil be plaoed( for a ihort time only, At S9.00 3S! nch, When they will gradnally he placed at par The offlceri of i : - oompany are , Prealdent Pamie t. TiM-kr. Tri'usurer Korenzo K. 4julrnhy. Clrk llirHin .!. IN-arl. DlreMDtorBi Bannel T. Tuoker( i - Bmer ien( wtlltan i Lewlih Colonel Ctajtrlei n. Lewla( Lorenao K. ciuiiaby, ni rew Ji AVIiipplf, FrederieH K. I'an'. (ieurjfe J. Qulnaler For maps. pamphleti or infnrina tlon wrlte or eall upon C. W. LOCKLIN. Agent, MONTPELIER, - - - VERMONT. APP0INTMENTS. I'arker Houoe, Wondnvllle Wednemlay, August 7. fmm I to 3 o'clnek. Pavilioii llotel, Montpelier Thttraday, Auguat B, Walden ttOVMi St. aJbani Kriday, August V. Van tfeei BeHMi lturlington.. Saturday. Augunt ll lr Cf age can be eonanlted In pereon. ile hne no MelitMita travt'Mng. GODDARD SEMINARY, BARRE, VT. l nll Term Opeiii Ttieeday, Aujtie! H7( IBSOi A ltoarding and Day Sfhool for botb sexes. Distinctively a Home School Tbe greatest advantagepi for the least monef, Oood boatdttneladtni room( he at, iighr aml vraebtniti .1.51 a week. Tuitloii moderate. Fnir fuil OoOfeCI of ! stmiy. Bpeolal attentton to preparatlon foroollegei Loeatton and faetlltlei exeetlent. Futi board or nine experleiiel teaehers. Nine endowed Seliolarshipa gtvf f ree tultion to ae many itndente earnlnK themi Departments of Music and Art. Reeldent teaehere of large and mooeetfoi e speri ) enee give tbelr Vhole tiine to thene bram hfri, Fnrthei Inferroatlon ami cataloftnei on appltoation to tbe prtndpati D.L.MAULSBY, Barre, Vermont. DON'T READ THIS lS I.KSfl T H K It E Is A SPAVIN ON YOUR HORSE. spi I ney Snavinn, KinglnuoM, Curhn ;itni nll soft hnnchfjj oen be tred by uelng Dr Mtller'e Spavln oint nieiit. f ne renifdy that is a poettive OUTe. Hun dreds of eases suef essfully treated. No failures yet, v. a. woodbrldge. spring iiiii Stock Parm, Vergennes, Vt., savs: " It in the be-t remedy ln the market for the cnrei f I laadrertlaed toeaTect,nd thf only Spavin aml Hinghone enre WOrthy of the name. Send your address on poetal for boidfs of treatment and (eatimonlali. The right remedy ti worth pH to you. We have it. l'rit-elper hox, and only one hox reiiuired for a rure. At :...-' rjeeno other, thk CITY DRCO BTORJE, vergenncii 't. KIMBALL UNION AGADEMY, MERIDEN, N. H. Tbe next year of the Aeademlf and Claatteal Courie in thli Seiiooi will open AUimat '-'7, 1KK4.I. Kxpenaes low. Tuition redueed. Bend for clrcular. i. . mii.kkk. A.yi., Prineipal. ( M addreil home No. -ti Miik Htreet, - - - ttice. - Itioston, 1111 IlST.VTKOr VKHMnNT. Va.shimrt.n Iiitr..' lu Vr bateCourt. hehiat Montpelier, iu and t"T caid : Dlltrtct, on thf Wth dav of .lulv. A. I. IM6 .1. S. Wileox, Kxeeutor of tbe last Will aml TfU ! no nt of Kuth K. Hrook". late of Montpelier, ln said j Pistrlet, dffi-ased. makeri apidieatlon to saitl Court, with tbe conient and approhatloii in writiug of tbe iegateei and devisefs or naid deeeaaedj resldine in the State of Vermont, for Ueenie t lell .iii f the rai eetate of lald deceaeedi Ituated in Hontpeller, iu sald IHMtrii-t, to wit : IIoiiNe and lot oli the north- ; erly itde t Btate streft extentlon ami oornerof I Ceaar streft. repreeenttng that the ai- tbereof I WOUld be beneflolalto the legatees and dt-vinees of said deeeasfd and t ho.se intfre ttert in her estafB, tn order to emvert ttaid real f state into inom-y. Where- upon, it ti ordered by uud Court that aU epplloaUon i he referred to a leailon thereof. to he beii at 1 tbe pTObatC Oltlee. In said Montpelier, on tbe Iwh dav of August. a. iv lNBa for bearing and declalen thereontanU.lt Is further onlfred. that all pfrnonft , Intereited aotlfled bereof, by nnblleation ol notloe ofaald Rpplleatlon and tprth-r tnereon three w-eck mceeilWeiy ln tbe I'rrmomt Watrhimm it" Sfut? -lour-I hui, h newspaper puhlished at Montpelier, iu thi ' state. and whieh efreulaten m tbe nelghhorhood of I ihoee Intereited. before said time of heurlug.tb.it t tbey may appear at said time and place, aml. ii they see eaue, ohjt-et tbereto. Hv tbe Ouirt. At t -t . ji- j. HulAM C ARLBTOM. Judge. lk Austin Loa and Trist co. AU8T1N, n:.s. lleiieri.1 Knsteru Au'etiey. (il l.lherly St.. New York. Qnantntoed mortgasoa, Dobanture. nn'i Bavtaa 6A it.. iu!- if vi. ii .mt in luveat Al youri ier where It will be Ab Ull fl aolHtaljr 8fe, Prineipal me ,. 11" fl II terttt ttuaranteea, cnll orwrite for 1 1 11.11 partlculan i" VIU ('. II. Nf Hli A Cd.. Slutr Aiieiit. Manchester. N II. OF COUHSE IT A good time to Imy when you can buy at reduced prices. How can you do it? Glance at this and perceive. Summer goodsmust he closed, and we offer, in addition to previous ott'crs (whieh see) Summer Underwear for Ladies. Misses and Cliildren at closing prices. Also Lace Floundings at unprecedented prices. Fruit-jars we keep, and extra Rubbers for them, Odd pieces of Crockery and Fancy Articles at a price. Get your last three papers and read tlie bargains we have but remember that some are closed. H. C. WEBSTER, No. 18 State Street, Montpelier, Vt. Alh a D v V o up M f Ul Christian Asnoe I a t i o n free of ezpenae, aml adn oatfonaf ftdTantakee ut the hext eharaeter at leaHt outlay in ttiue aml looiiev. lliiHltii'itn btnint'M upplfed with eonpeteni iook Iteeperi ami Aenog ranhere. For Catalogne aooreti CMtNKLI. & QPTCIfMtl OoUege I'hu f , Al.HANV, NKW YHtK. CENTS Mnnt fl.il(-illl.llllK ui.rrativ wiiu.-n. Uryi Uv.i mm ii.Ke, iliniheiii.liliil I II ll.l IM i"n . ""y ohauaa of llf.-tlmai lutd fer .-HiivttBHinn uutnt. i ItberaJ i.iih.; eireuUr. nroa. aaaraa. p, j CLEMINU.an Uulvar.ltf l'loe, New urfc. HOW TO CET RICH Buy building lots in Muncie, ndiana, a city of 10,000 people, whieh has gained 9,000 in flfteen months and is the leading NATURAL GAS CITY Of tlie world. Sixty factories are now there and more coming, getting free fuel and free UghtS. Ptices of Lots Run from $300 to $500 Eaeh! One-third down, balance in one and two years. A descriptive pamphlet of thirty pages, flnely illustrated, containing plat of lands, scale of prices, maps, etc, sent upon application by 1 H A Ia: H. BASCOM, New England Agent, MONTPELIER, VERMONT.