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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, APIUL 1, 1891.
8 Conl.-iltuttnitR to thl. AtpAftmMl nmy hr pnt eltlier to I)b. T. II. IIohkinr, Newport, Vt., or ctl reetlyto Th Watciihian PVBMMIM 00VAYi My M other. ftomc one I Inve roiiien Imck to tnft Witli evory mlli fnee I iee; Heneatli each wave of noft nrtiy halr I 8eem to ieo iny inother there. W'lth every kiiiilly Klnnro nrt wonl It fteemfl ah If 1 imiRt linve henrri Her npoAk, nnn folt her temler (taze Wlth. all tlie Inve of oldeu riays. Aml I hiii moved to take her hanil Aml tell her now I timlerfitaiiil llow tlrrd ihl jcrcw heiieath tho Mrnln Of feellng every lovoil nnr's paln; Nn fiirther i' i. cotild nhe licar; The Bfottlff. of that liiinl more fair Alone rntilil tpmpt her from her rhlM. Aml now If I conM kppp Iht here, Kn nacrtflce cotild he too denr, No tempered Vrlndl for hpr too mlWl. Then I wouhl nmooth aml kUs lipr facp And hy her "Me takp mv old plar-o And floh my yeara and oareg away. Thp tparr I havp no Ioiik rpprpRned Wonld lone thelr aptip npon her hreatit I tlilnk If I could fppl hpr toueh Onre more, it would not niatter murli llow eunny or how dark thp day. 1 love pacli mother that I iee That i.i i n ,- my own no npar to me ; For though I never inorp may framo lTpon niy lipi that hallowpd tiatne To any who wlll draw inp near And annwer me wlth wariu Paress, A - long aa thpre are tnothers here, No phlld pan bo qnlte motherless. Atary A. HitOH, Hlnts for Sewing. It saves a great leal of tirae to havc all the tools aud roaterials for sewing at hand before beeinning. Kcep an abundance of needles in different lengths and sizos and threads of all kiuds. It pays to buy tlie cheap, flne basting-cotton that comes in spools of a thousand yards each for flve cents. This basting-cotton is not only cheaper, but it is flne and not as tightly woven, and therefore better adapted to itspur pose than thread that is better madc and costs flve cents a spool of two hun dred yards. It is not fit for any other purpose, however. Never use any colored thread for basting, as it often leaves a stain. A long, slendcr needle is the best for basting. No person can learn to fltwell until she learns to bastc well, using moderately short, even stitches. In removing basting-threads, always clip the thread, as pulling it stretches a garment out of sliapc and wrinkles it, and on velvet frequently leaves a mark. The finishing of adress is the tnost imporiant part. Nothing is more unsatisfacton than a dress only half ut together. Thereare linings in market thatstretch so little that a well fitted dress stays in place and does not get out of shape with wear. The best hooks for gowns and wraps are made with the tip bent in slightly, so that they do not bccotne unfastened. The palent hooks and eyes are soraewhat uncomfortahle to use and clumsy. In place of tkem some of the best dress makerB use ordinary black hooks and eyes, of small size, alternating them, puttinsr on first a hook and then an eye on eltlier side, aud thus obviating the tendeney to unhook. It is said to be a eood plan to soak whaleboues a few momenls in wann water, in order to niake them flexible and conform to the flgure when put in the casings. Noth ing that bas ever boen introduced to take the place of whalebones is a per fect success. I5e careful to use a thin, flexible whalebone. Kemembtr, if you are a short wotnan that you must not insist on having your waist made as long as if you were laller. Nothing is more awkward than a long waist on a short woman. It is casy to remedy such a defcct in your flgure by raising the waist-line in the dress. Jfeio lror-Trihune. How Do You Treat Your Hired (Jirl? The Hon. Carroll I). Wrighl make3 it kuown in hia statistics that the United iStates contains a million hired girls; in view of this fact aud of the hired girl's dependeuce for home happiness upon the Christian courtesy of the family in which she lives, we wish to ask the fol lowiug questioiis of those who cmploy a hired girl: How many of you say good morning and good-night to hei? IIow many of you greet her cordially on her return from an abseuce? IIow many of you speak of her in a homelike, fam ily way to a guest when she enters the room, saying, " This is our Eda, who does so muCD to make our home a pleas ant place," or somcthing of the sort? IIow many take special pains to make the work lighteron Sunday, by simplil'y ing the meals and arranging" for her to go to those meetings of her church which are about the only variety she has. Who can account for the fact that good Christian people will pass a hiretl girl juit as if she was a block of wood or an automaton, not giving her even so inuch of a greetiug as they would a household dog or cat? AVhy should the hired girl be called the servant? To be sure, one who serves does that which is ltogether honorable, but the tcrm has fallen loto a sort of synonym for servi tde; would it uot be better, therefore, t use the eXpreBsion, our helper? A ood, atrong Saxon word that lias up lift in it and no gense of degradation. IIow many of them are asked to go to family prayers, and with all their traits and inconsistencieB are reraembered in the prayer that is duly offered? How many are fitted out with liibleB, if they have nono, and are taught to read our language, if of a forelgn birth? This doeB uot relate to CatholicB, although in some cases that I wot of the Douay Jlible is read in family at prayers, she taking her turn with tve re8t o the family. How many look carefully after the hired girl's room to see that she haB nlce springs in her bed, a soft mat tresa, a rocking chair and every com fort that is found in the other rooras of the home? How many speak to her kindly about an extra good baking of bread or a nice disli in which Bhe may feel a natural pride? We are all glad of recognition, and yet we often forget that those in humbler situationa of life are just as glad to be appreciated aa wo in ours. Noting that perhapB the oae whtwe work lies at the base of the health and the wholesomeneBB of the home iB more accoptable than many a woman, who is the mistreBB of the home. It has toaiched my heart to ncar now auu uieu in tno graco bcrore mcals some such expression as this, " God bleBB tlie hands thnt prcpared for us this food." lttle deeds of kind neBB, how casily they are scaltered (intl how strangely we forget them, but I like to reniember that evil is wrought more for want of thought than want of heart, and so in thcse friondly lines, I had hoped to remind niysclf imcw and tOJ OlDer who may read them, of a few nniong the many hundredsof Christian nceds by which we may brighton lives so wholly dependent for happiness on our gootl wlll. Frunces K. Willnrd, in i rnion Signal, Honsoliold Hints. DtSINFKOTANTI are useful posses sions in all households. Kven the most anltary plumblng may need the occa sional puriflcation of disinfectnnts. Cukk koh CORNB. Arnica oil well mbbed in night and morning for a few days is an unfailing cure. Of course, the cause (pressure) must be remove,d. A (iKKMAN prescription for prevent ing coltl-Bores and boils from coming to a head is to paint them flve or ten times daily with cqual parts of boracic acid and water. SPONOB carpets occasionally with hot water in which either common salt or powdered alum has been disBolved. This not only brightens the carpet but prevents moths. ArrKH buttering the tins for layer cake, give them a good Bprinkling of (lour. ThiB will prevent the cake from sticking to the tins, and a' little leBB llour will be required In the making of the cake. OHLOBIDB of lime is an infallible pre ventive for rats, as they flee from its odor as from a peslilence. It should be thrown down their holes and sprcad about whcrever they are likely tocome, and should be renewed once a fortnight. Whkn decanters and carafes become so diBcolorcd inside that shot or fiue coals will not cleanse them, fill the bottle with fiuely-ehopped potalo skins. Cork tightly, and let the bottle sland for three days, when the skins will fer ment. Turn out and rinse. The bottle will be as bright and clean as when new. Hkkad-Makino. First, all that bother of potato yeast is ueedless work. In a hollow of your flour put a compressed yeast-cake and a little milk. With your wooden spoon break andmix;add more milk and make a thin batter, which bcat ten miuutes. Early in the morning add more flour and beat teu minutes. It should be ready to mold soon after breakfast. Now don't double up your fists once, but Btir it thick, and open your hands flat, and roll it without using any strength until smooth. The longer you roll tlie nicor it will be. MISERY! HAPPINESS! A Story Which Will Interest Thousands. Iibberttsemmts. BappiO o sn n n (I tniHcrv uro tneiiKtirnil by tlio Htotnacli . Did yaii MMr think ofthitf The impp.v pemon is tlin ODe who nats well. 'I'li.' ttitutru Ma nor. No ippetlte. WB ta tha 0M wh0 lHsgnst for P004, o,,, no, Mt bU no iippctitc, ot li onable to ci ifrfwt food well. you over knuw n (OOd naturod dytpeptloV On the oontrary, are they not alwajs Irrilnhlc, DerTOtiB, ctohh, lilno, tlis- oraraed depretaad In mtnd, elwayi look- ine upon the dark llde of ovnrytliiug, aml al lowing trlllcn to Irrltatc und afiDOy tliem? For Boodi wholeeotnt (enlaltyi for goti- Datund fii joy tne'.nt of tlie world, for ttxalteil aimi aml imkIi amWtlonB, for all that makei life WOTth llvlng, look tothc person V)hu eate well and has n good iliijrntlonaml atsimilathn. Tlie baman body, uotwitbttandlns its In- trloaoy, is a uaohlnei and if any of its orKns are ottt of order tlie systetn lan- frulahea. )! HBALTH MKANS GOOD DIOKBTIOM. " Good dlgeatlon waitjt on appetite, And health on both." Vou, therefore, wlio stiffer from spring deblllty, loai of appetite, iudiKestion and ilyspepsin, wlio oan not eat beoaOM food diltreUBB you, who have ri.singH of gas, faintnesH, sinkitiK and gnawiiiK at the pit of the Itomaohi swellitiK or blOBtingi who have malarl and are bllloue, with dUay, dull- Not in (he Cook-Kookt. Some of the most novel aud delight ful recei)t8 or manners of preparing food are not to be found in the cook books, but are accidentally stumbled upon, handed down by word of inouth from elder to younger, or inveuted in some propitious momeut when the genius of cookery holds full sway. The following hi:,ts and receipts may have had birth in some such way; at any rate, it is believed that none of them have evcr bcfore been in print. Who knows how to make cracker omlleu? Split common white crack ers. Prepare a bowl of cold water with a tiille of salt distolved in it. Soak the divided crackcrs, one or two at a time, in thr cold water, while the spider is hcatiiiL' on the stove and a small lump of bu!ter melting within it. When the crackers are partly swollen and are tender throtlghout, drain them quickly from tlie cold water, and lay them in the spider, there to sputler aud brown on both sides. Serve neatly piled in a hot plate, and add more butter while eating, if the palate demands. PBAB pies are articles not known as familiarly as they should be. Unripe pears should not be used; but when those of any variety are nearly mellow enough to eat, then prepare a crust and liue pie plates as for apple pies. The pears must be cored and sliced; they need not be pared unless the skin is leathery. Sweeten moderately, dot with butter and add a very little cold water, accordlng to the juicinesa of the fruit. Use no spice. Be aure that the undet crust is sufliciently done; an in fallible ttsst is that of its slipping upon the plate, The crust ahould be brown and the tilling of honeyed richueas. Eat while fresh. A hastv peach jiuddingmay be made aa i'ollowa: Drain the liquor from a can of peacbes, Wet with it about a cupful and a half of ceraline more or less, according to the juieineBa of the peache8. It should not be too thick to pour. Add two well-beaten eggs, a speek of salt, and a half cup of augar. l'our this mixture into a buttertd pud ding dleb. Now drop the preaerved peachea into the center of the mixture and bake from flfteen to twenty-five minuius. No sauce ia required, and this pudding is good hot or cold, A SAVOitY cornposlte dish ia made by" laying an ouion sliced and fried brown in butter, in the bottom of a baking dish; put a layer of cold-boiled rice next, well raoistened with an equal quantity of atewed tomatoes, aud cover the wholo with a layer of crumbs, wet witli milk. Set in the oven till heated through and brown on top. The rice and toraatoes should be previously aea aoncd. ONK-Kirrn oatmeal to four-flfths rice, salted and cooked with Buttlcient milk in a double boiler, is an agreeable vari ation to tlie common boiled rice. Wiikn making a vegetable hash, the wise womau, who has a spoonful or two of cold cooked oatmeal or cracked wheat, will add it to the other ingredi enta. It should not be (listinguiBhable aaagrain, but will aasist in giving a creamy consistency and flavor to the compound. Eleunor W. Vutta, in Ex change. riKHiitF.ss. It Ib very important in thiB age of vaat material progrees that a remedy be pleasing tothe taste and to the eye, easily takcn, acceptable to the stomach and healthy in ita nalure aud effecta, I'osBesBing theBe qualities, Syrup of Figs is the one perfect laxa tive and ruoBt gentle diurelic knowu. WOULD EAT BUT FEAItSTIIE F00l WILL DISIKESS IIIM. feeling head, had taste in the inouth morn iiiga, and feel dispirlted, la k your old-tlme energy, are depres.sed in niitid and miaer able in body, reuicniber that it is your stoiuucli and weakened nerves whieh cuuse ull your (UllU'Ultles. If there is one thlng wrltten above another in the WOTld'l bapplneu, if there is one pri f t without whioh life ti :i wretehedneai of blackeet inisery, and with which all the bletlinga of life, teemlng with ita million joyi and pleasurea, are at oommand, that Kift is go.Ki dlgeatlon, ffoto tv gtt il (' thi' grtOt qitestionxo manv tblnga have been tried without avatl, But there is one remedy Which never fuils, and that. is that greatest of all atomacdi med- loines, Dr.Oreene's Nervura. If you have not tried this wonderful remedy whleh so 1 1 1 1 i i k i y a ti d o in pletely tones up the eondt- tiou and regulates the action of the tomaoh aud how- els, assists diges-Perfect Dlgeitlon by tion and aids as- l)r. (ireene's Nervura. Birullation, o mi at once iiikI good appe tite, perfect (liKestiou and aound lieulth wlll be youra, It is purely vegetable and barmleasi and is for iale by all drungists at 11.00 per bottle, How Any One Can Have Cood Digestion. t'lose attentlon to bnsineai and exoeulve Ute of tobacoo made my nervei very weak aml badly deranged my itomaoh, I had an ettnme ttrtduling aml Could nut eat or iltep naturally, l tak pleaaure in itating that Dr. Greene'l Nervura has coinpletely oured me, .iamics kostku, 10 Dorranoe St., Providenoe, lt. 1. Dr. Green e of ;$4 Temple Place, Hos tou, Masa., its dliooverer, is the famous ipeclaliat in the eureof nervoui aml ohronic diaeaaea, The dootor has devoted special attentlon to the treatment of all forma ot ohronic dlseaaei through letter oorretpond ence, aml will give by mail bla opinlon and advioe In any caae free of charge. The per feetlon of this syatem rendera a OOmplete cure almost assured, as his auccesa In treat ujent by correspondeuce ia wonderful and yuequaled. Stnd for nymptom blank to Jill out, or wrlte lh. Vreene about your caae, and a carefully con- lidered letttr, fully exidaininu your disease and girlng you a perfect underalandiny of all itt tytnptotnt WfU be returned, free of eharge. NOTICE! II., klH.lnVri uf the Capltat Savlnas llaak aud TruNt t'oinpauy of Montpelier. Vermont, are hereby noUtied that tlie trilAteen of nald corporaUun have oalled tirteeu per pent of the eapltal stock of aaid pouipany. to tte pald luto the rorporatton on or be fore the Uth day of Aprll, 1N.1I. Thin 10111 la I11 ad dltlon to the teu per eeut eaeti auhacrlber of stock depoatled wlth the potullllitaloliera for rerelvhiK mlb- iij'MH.i a. j. nmi.r.i , II. N. TAl'l.lN. T. J. DEAVITT. AI.HKKT .lolhlNNOTT, V TruUm. Al.f .XAMlKK I O('HKA ti. f, HIIII.KV. K, K. BLAKBU . J Muutyeller. Mari h M IHU1. GONSUMPTION. 1 hnvr a ponitive rtuud ftir tbu ftlmva diHnriu by tis uae ih'nuuiiuid oiuMt ' tli wtimt kind utd of MM BUjKlitig In vfftfi-ii curwl. IudMtd . . Mtrniig iit my faitb alUetflooi.'y, tlwfc 1 will aeud twu uoiti.kb racs,witb VALUAHl.K THKATISK on titis diiMuutu to any nuf lrw wbo will ifi thelr KxprtMiii and F.U, Srdt.raM. T. A. Hlut- U Oh 181 v,,,l t., N. V. S. A. E. WALTOIM Modical Electriclan. JOHHSDNS LIN1MENT Unlikv Any Otbcr. Ab inuch For IMI UWli nn 1XTKRNAL nnc. 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BCOTT & BOWNE.Chemlsts, N.Y. rjBHAYNES' VRABIAN BAL5AM One of the Best Medicines Ever Invented for PERFECT AND IMMEOIATE RELIEF IN CASKS Of PAIN AM) IHFLAHMATlOIf. This t'xct'iiont oompotiDd Ih notatevliiB Ibc DUOSl rIkuuI triamptas, ftstontobtns many w bo bns e occa- slon lo ut! 11 by tbfl 0BTfaUa& M itli u liit h il n h is them of thelr sulTt'i inH, bot ii externally und inu rn- ally. 11 ls Huff und MrtBin ln Itfl Mtl lon. br Hurns, llnsoTHng, t'.ryxntnn, inJtatHtnaHon oftheKyenur Bouda, oartWie, Jitnntnn, Hhruvut tism, Iiin.i in 8td, Itaek tr fyhouldtis, Pitet, Surr. Throat, Crmifi or Jirttnchitin. Price 25c. and $1 at all Druggists. E. MORGAN & SONS, Prop's. FOWLE'S PILE and HUMOR CURE Qttrei I't I'-, Hrrutiiln, r.t't ni.i , Snlt IC hcnm, CaiiceroiiNund Irrrutrit Strt'H, and ull Dih t'iiN4H ofiho Hkinund Klouil. I a UttU, or threofor SSO. HKNHY 3K FuVlE, Uoston. woy -ul Entirely VEGETABLE MANDRAKEl and A SURE CURE FOR COSTIVENESS Biliousness, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Diseases of the Kidneys,Torpid Liver Rheumatism, Dizziness, Sick Headacho, Loss of Appetite, Jaundice, Erup tionsand Skin Diseases. Prlee, t25c. ppr bottle, 8old hyall I)ruKifitta BEHaV, JOBKSON k LORIt, frpi Bnrlingtun, l. JAPANESE SOAP. I I IaneseI V (wTSEPTI8f KSOAP. J , Awi-i ' -Jti Ntrlrlly I'urc. llwt ln tbe world for Ijiundry, liatb or Totlft. Will not yidlow, ntk'k or grwn the jtotEw llko rKMtw made inoBtly ot rowln. ronUUnti uu tllUiy dioeuw-gfvlnK g'fttrU' ('l.UANItHT Hoa)' MauB. I'uHilivfly i-urt or pn-veiilri i-hapix'd haitdrt. We Mtitiiatactnrt alo llit l.itlra 1'ale. Americun r.xtra, WtuU- 1'rtuwlan, tloldeu Kulti Houpx, ull tnlar4 kruutU of ttiU uitti kvt. ftold by all grocerii. Mnnufuctured only by . F1HK M'F'ti CU., ptagMit Mmm. m M f I pifciin bfl rarnfd at MrtlH H')' of work. I mm I V mi'l.lly ..! bononibly. by IkoM of Hfl I I U V f.il.. k r .ml ilu IVI II III I own I' Auy am tn le 1H work. Kylolrru. We funileh rwythlnf. Wf tUfl tom, No rUa. Yiu ean ilcvuU y..ur iir or ill our llnie to tli wurk. IhU U n ntlrvljr nvw Irad.aiul Mllfi w oiuleiful WMMI l rvrr) m TWM, J(, irlimrre mn eartihif fruni f 'Ja lu f &U (.i r w rrk knd Um imU, , .t m. after n lllila ipanMM. W hh funtleli you llia MH i ' ynv-nl aud tfvh ?"U i HVV. Kn aiim-n to iilalu herc. t-ull Ui..n..4liou Hlkk. THH; ,V t ., i.UlriU, MAl.ML My Forrttt rnlh. 1 know a patb all Magtd with ferm A woodland path wlth many tiirnti, Where ln the overarchlnK tree That to ttielr headn ln nvery brnxe, The wlld hn rarol nweetent layn InTenper RMgMl malln pralie. I Hit BN down, and at my fvet The i't ii t and ibftdi DOqattttaf ineet. The harfilieKt mMindn that Kret my ear Are tlnktliiK bella ln panturen near, And rlpplliiK waven that to tbe ihore Kepeat thelr ntory evennore. ), fltfnl lake, M llke my heart, Thy mOOdl atraiiKe UlOtlffhtl wlthln me itari. Mke tbee, I nometlmefi IB at reut, Itut oft by 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 1- , ti . . oppresied. Yet not tu-day to wnarled braln Hhall vexliiK probleniB eoine agaln, The lake It MOtnflBg inunle liath Aud bleRied peace my foreat patb. Atttia .Vurpent lutt. fiv. 9 llHrr Htreet, - M.dii. Vt Bangor Theological Seminary. Tetm Opened September 11, 1890. Courtt of study t'otnpiptp, Tborongh, BlbHoKI and I'raetlcal. Soe ial luntruetlon lu New Te.taiiiout ilreek and tr Advaiut-l HeiullU1 Nludlei Addreas l'rof. F. B. DKMO, HitiiKor. M . ,,, . Cattlng iiohii n Hot. 1 was drivini; alon a liinliway in Woodl counly, OhlO, with a man wlio was j-.elling farming inaohioei to farni ers, and about two o'clock in the after noon we catne alODR to a district school house. The gchooltna'am and about twenty Bcholars Itood under an elm tree about forty feet higk, near the house, and in the topmotit bratiches of the tree was a boy about fourteen vears old. " Anything wrong here?" iiskeil my friend. as we halted before the door. " Hudd Hawkins says hewon't, and the tcacher says he must!" called a little girl. The teacher herself then carae forward. She was a plain-looking girl of about twenty, witli a inouth showing great firmness, and with some embar rassnient she explained : " It's the ter ror of the school. He refuted to niind, and 1 slarled to whip hlm, !! broke away and ran out aud climbed the tree. 1've been up about twenty feet, but had to give it up and come down. " Yer can't couquer mct" shouted the boy. " Hudd, 1 onler vou to come down!" "Iwou'tl" '"'I have sent for an axe, and here it comes," she said, as she turned to us. " He'll come down with the tree, if notbefore." We offered to use the axe, but she declined the offer with thanks, and stepping to the tree, she swung the implement around and buried the blade in the wood. " You dasn't!" shouted Uudd from the top. " I'll do it orresign!" she answeretl, as she struck several blows. At the ecd of three minutes the tree began to totter and Hudd to yell in alarm, and a few secouds later it fell with a crash. I thought the bov was badly hurt, if not kllled, and was relieved asthe si hoo ma'am sprans; for ward, yanked hlm out of the branches, and while Bpplying a gad with one hand she pullea him into the school bouse with the other, saying: "Now, Budd Hawkins, you've got to do some of the awfulest begging ever heard of in the state of Ohio, or 1 won't leave enough hide on you for a flea to bite!" He was hard at it when we drove on. JVeu; York Sun. aoggie Lnderstood Frenohi A tall, well-built youiitr man lounged into the C'olonuade barber shop a day or two ago, closely followed by a sleek, intelligeut Italian greyhound. The man took liis place in a chair and the dogqtlietly reclined on the Moor near by. The barber stoppcd to pat the graceful creature and jocularly said, " Th' tap avth' mahrnin toyez, Kover." The dog cocketl his ears antl looked in qulrlngly at his master. The latter ob served: " Ze doggic do not speak Angles. Ile's a l'arisian." Then he looked at his pet and continued " Uou jour, Baptiate.' The greyhound very enthusiastically wh icked his tall upon the tloor antl replied to his master's salutation by a low, throat-like gurgle of satisfaction. " Can he do any thricks?" asked the barber, pausing in his work. " Certainly," replied the young Frenchman, st il 1 speaking in broken Eoglish. " Tell him to roll over." The barber did so, but the dog merely remained quiet, antl a worried, anxious expression spread over his face. Then his master repeated the commaud, in French, and the graceful pet, with a short bark of pleasure, at once rolled over and over. The barber told him to sit up, to charge, to shake hauds, etc, but doggie could not understand until his owner repeated the suggestion in his native tongue. As both left the shop the barber shook his head doubt fully. " Next," he called out, aud then added in an undertoue, " Its mesilf as must go to Paree. Sure its a quare town where aven the dohgs sphuke Frinch." Philadelphia 1'rcxs. Men of t'ultivated Taite. There are about '200 tea-tasters in this city, a well-paid class ot men, most of whoin in the course of nature will die of kidney disease superinduced by their unwholesome OOOUpatlOD. The habits of these tnen are exceetlingly curious. Some of them refuse to ply their trade save iu the morning, on the ground that the scnse of taste can uot Be trustetl after it has been bewildered by hours of work. Most of them avoid the use of tobacco and of highly sea soned food. Their accuracy of taste is astouishing. A tea-taster will grade aud price a dozen qualities of tea all from the same cargo. All this ac curacy seems unnetesBary, however, for grocers unhegilatiugly sell the same tea to differeut persons at very different priues, so iguorant are most persous of quality in teas. New York Sun. tibtxtmmtnU. Hefkuhino to phenomenal yields of butter, an exchant'e exclaims: ''Think of a herd of such cowsl Yet, is not such a herd poBsible in the future?" As poBsible as a natiou of Daniel Web stersor Abraham Liucolus. Don't feel well, aud yet you are not sick enough to cousult a doctor, or you refrain from so doiug for fear you will alarm yourself and friendB. We will tell you just what you need. It is Hood's Sarsaparilla, which will lift you out of that uncertain, uneonifortable, dangeroas condition, intoa state of good health, confldence antl cheerfuluess. You've no idea how potent this pecu liar mediciue is in casee like yours. a- 1 1 Chilukkn Cry for l'itcher'aCastoria. CniLDUKN Cry for l'itcher'e Castoria. OIVI5 IJx'VJOVS Both the mptliod and reBiilu when Syrup of Figg ig taken; it is plewant and refrcsliing to tlie taste, antl acta gently yn promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Howels, cleanses the sys tem eHectiuilly, dispels oolds, head aches and fevers nnd Cjres halittial oonstipation. Byrnp of Figs is the only remedy of' its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste antl ac ceptable to the stomiirh, prompt in its action and tnily benefioial in ita efficts, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualitiea commend it to all and have made it the most popular remetly known. Syrup of Figs is for snln in ROo and 81 hottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliuble druggist who may not have it on haud will pro cure it promptly for any one rho wishei to try it. Do not accept any eubstitute. CAUFORNIA FIG SYRUP C0. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. L0WSVIUE. KY. new Y0K. H.t MARY A. ALBEE. MEMORY GONE! NO STRENGTH !! NO REST ! ! ! READ THIS Ye Suffering Ones. WiHDioR, Me., Oct. 1. 1390. Dana Sarsapabilla Co. : (lentlcmen : I ani nuw sixty-four yeurs of age, nnd have been fallina rapldly for everal yeara, Disagreeable noiaea iu my head'gave me no rest. My memory falled me, until I cutibl not re member tbe oommon occurrencei abont my work for tkn KtKOTBI at a TIME. I lost strength very fast, iintii I leemingly bad n itrength, I w onld have to sit down teveral tlmei while waihlng my diibet. After reading your itrong teitlmonlali I deelded to try DANA'S 8AU8APA RILLA. have taken three bottle. The noiaai in mv ubad obaibd before l bad taken one bottle. Mv ITBBNOTH Has he rilBKBD o I do my work without fatigne. I bave a good appetite, ileep well nlghtfi and my MEMORY HAS RETUHNED, for all of whioh I am very tluinkful, und know that the praiae belongi to DANA'S BAR8APARILLA. Yours truly, MARY A. ALBEE, 17m only 8trKtparUlu aunntntMo) lo abto- lutetf i'Hit liiHrttnfn uftht Stmnuch. Lir, r, nnd Kidmyx, hijHtn itniti, luditj, xthnt , oM "f AP' xtiti, sick utadackt, ifuteulur RhfumatttfH, Otmin4$$, Frmuf Wt$kntt9t Kinaciatton, irrn- irut Ittliiliti, KrttptionH of the Skiu, f'iinptea, Soiitt Titiuurx, 8cfofUloUt Arf'i tiuni, Cuticer uiiK itumQTMt Sult-lthfum, SypMUt9t Cuturrh, Hiitairurin, VarbttiielrH, I'lcerH, and Sures, Mulariul h,iH't, liin in tfte jltme. DANA SARSAPARILLA CO,, Bttatt, Jfc. No more -C iu;,-. I Ul llllOi KubtMkr Shooa unleea worn uncomfortably tight, gt ueruliy ullp oft Uio f'tt. THE ' COLCHESTFR" BVBBBB C0. mke all thelr Klioea with lnilile of heel llnl wlth nilb. r. This cllni.- 10 tho hoo unl piWII Uf ruULMtr f r .111 itllppliitc otT. Call for Ihe " Colohestrr " "ADHESIVE COUNTERS.' a.OK St CO., BoMOB, Eielimlve Wholenale AgeuU AT BKTAI1, BY O. XI. !SIII3?lVCNr AMD T. MORIARTY, Montpelier, - - - Vermont. ALBO FOR ttAI.K Y PERRIN & CUTLER, - Plainfield, Vermont. J. m WUuLARD, - - Katl MunlprUer, TU