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VERMONT WATC11MAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, DKCKMKKR 2, 1891.
CliriHlmnN I'resenls. WBAT can BI UADM I'ltoM dkmm. he says: " Sincc tht inlroduction Of denim to thc pilbllo ll a new and ar tislic fabric for hoiiHe decoralion, it han grown Increaslniily popular, until kis now eniployed in tne maklng'ofa count lc88 number of charmtug and uieful ar- tlolci. Tbe low piice at wliich it is Fold placc s il withiu llie r nc'i nfeviry oiic, and for lliis ri ason (.ind niatiy othcrc) every one thould know of ihe gracelul dfB 01 ira aiid pfttty tbingl that can be in ide of It. Denlra comcs in but IWO colors, bhic and broWD, Wi li ihe blue, pure white (not cream white) is alwaya uotnbioedj wllh tho browii ycllow and orange. For sofa pillows and cl air CUBtttOttl it It a favo rite ohoice, ilnce it not only looks well, bUt wears well Bod washes" Well. Oue of Ihe prettlett of lofe plllowi ie raade of blue dentm ai.d white oordi In thi& wiee: C'ut two piects balf a yanl tqmre, and Qniab tho four sides of tach witb an loeh-wide bem. Work eyi leti in ihe hems, two incheH apart, with coarse white OOttOD, Ihe eyelets of one rquare OorretpOndiDg exactly Wllh those oi thc Other. Make a pillow of dcuirn twenty inches rquare, fll!ed plump and flrm witb hair or feathert, and lace tbe iquarea over il with white cord tied at each e rner in long loons and tasBcled cnds. The niet at cord for this is macrame twine, twls'ed iwice. The pillow rrquirei fifteeu yard8. The tasselsshould be wound over a five-inch tquare of caidboard. If a brown pil low is detired, use gilt cord and tassels for tbe licing, or cord and tnssels of orange siln. Sofa BUd chair pillow s of cretonue are ul-o made in thil way, and are q'lite ni pretty, though not as aor viceable, as those of denim. The oul bide iqnarea ahould be of Dgured cre tonue, and tlie pillow of pluiu clotli. Thus, if the cretoune has a design of iiuk roses ou a white or gray ground, it is lnced with cord over a pink pillow the oolot of the roses, and h.is pink and white taaaela. To return lo deuim: A new and most arlislic decoration for a tquare blue pillow is a uelwork ofsingle white cord, knolted iu large open meahca, llke a Babiog-net. It is half the size of the pillow and three-coruered iu ahape, and arranged on the pillow ao that it dividea it dlagonaUy. invisi ble atilches f.c-ten it nl jng the seanis of two sides. The other two sides are laced close togelher with white cord, so that ihe plain musMn OOVarlDg of the pillow underneatb i not seen, and tied in otic long-looped bow at the oorner Oppoalte Ihe center corner of the uet ting. A long, round pillow for the baek of a chair is verv DrettV entirelv covered wilh a network of white, and eapecially f-o when a squarc cush iou wilh netting ia desigued for the seat. The round pillow ia made of half a yard of denim as loug as the width of the chair back for which it is inteuded. A balMnch hetu is sewed at each eud, and the loug sides stitched togetber in a aeam When the pillow is Btuffed, a yard of twiated cord i run throuh each bem, drawing tberncloaely togelher and fasteuiugthe pillow to the chair wi h long-looped bowa and ends finished with tassijls. Denim, eilher blue or brown, makes beautiful table covers. For thtae there seems to be one prevailing decoration a wide bralded bordvir aud a fringe of small tate's. Iu making, cut the cover abundantly large, and Bniah with au inch-wide bem, If it i blue, brald a wide Grccian border between four Btraigbt liues ol cord, two above and two below the burder, and Bew small white ta-sjls ou Ihe wrong side of ihe bem, two inches apart all aroutid. If brown, brald au arabeaque bor der iu orange orgiit cord, and finisb with tasscls to match. Denim is like wise a popular fabric for curtaina and portierea. Bomelimea it is used plain; oftener it is enriched with braiding and odd deaigna iu applique or outhne work. in at li tic curiaiu ior a DOOK-CaSJ or cabinet is ol biue deuim, with circles outlincd in white fLx-floaa. Ttiis ia a siinple deaign, and easily done wilh a Bllver dollar, a tea-cu) aud a piece of lintly-pointed chalk. With these make Bmall CircltiB and l irge circles, and cir cles in ull sorl8 of poaitiont a small one withln a large one, Uuee grouped iu a iriangle, two large aud tbree small circles lmktd in a chain, four in a squarc until ihe curtaiu is oovered. The sauie idea may be carried out in squarea and trlangles, A design of large half nioons and small starsof blue velvtt appliqued witb white llax tloaa makes a lovely curtaiu. Wheels worktd iu outline with yellow (loss, and disks of red biowu plueb appliqued wi.b deep orange s!lk, are pretty (lesigns for brown curtaina, Purtieres for doorwayi are often bralded with a wide border al the lop aud bottom. Broad bauds of blue aud brown plush cordcd with white or yellow are alao used w ith good effect, Tlie sloies are Iu 1 of beautiful desigus and of rich materials for working them, which oue may choo-c al will we have only tried to tell bow some pretty things of di:uim may be made, with but little txpeuBe, at home." Lily Luthbury, in ChrUtkm Union. FllOM OTHBB SOURCES, A CltOCaXTKD PrjHBK. A fjiuy aud pretty crucheted purse waa re ceutly showu made of pale blue aud olive'lJoldiug's crochet bilk. The bjt tom of the purse ia iu short iowb of double crochet, workcd backwards and forwards. Wilh olive ailk make a chain of fourteen stitchea. First row Oue double crochet iu each slilch. Secoud row one double iuto each of the six atitches, onc siugle in the uext; turn. Tiiird row Oue aingle iu aingle of IjbI row, oue double iu each of six stitcbes; turn. Fourih row Oue double iuto each of aix stilchta, oue lingle iuto each of next six alilcln.s; turn. Witb the pale blue silk repeat froui lirst row. Coutinue to work four rows with olive aud four rows with blue alteruately, until you have eleven olive aud eleven blttt stripes, tweutv-two atripes in all. Sew the lirst aud lust two stripes togelher by the edge ou tbe iuside. Now for the top of purse work with olive: First row Oae double iulo end of every other row; tbil draws the work in a little, aud ahould the worker crucbet very tightly, work two or three more doubles. 8econd and tiiird rowa Une treble iuto each stitch. Fourtb to Bixlb rows Work backward on but half of the stitchea, one double into flist stitch, onc-balf treble into nexl Btitch (half treble 18 like treble, cxccpt the thread is drawn tbrougb all three Btilches at once, one treble into each stitch QXcepl the last two Btilches, thate are not lo be worked upon; turn. When theliztb row ia complcted, work in the same way on the Other side, and Ibcn eew the cl'aflps very llrnily on the top of the purse, and a butlou with crochetcd cover ia bcwii iu the ccntcr at the bottom of thc purae. A very pretty clnsp, cither in Bllt or stci I, cau be purchaacd for Bixty flvc centa. Dolls' Shoks. The niaterial is an old glove, Firat declde on tbe fihape thc high oni'8 are thc bcst, coming well up the ankles then cut the form in paper. There Bhoulil be a scam down the center of Ihe front and back. The soli8 ahould be llned with ftaunel and if poasible the Bcwing Bhould be done by maohlne. For a small doll, button holes are difflcult; for large dolls thc shocs may be laccd by puncbing small cyelets in thcni. A Sciiool ItAri. Make il of broad Oloth iust a yaid long and about four teen inches wide, but thc size thould correcpond lo tlie size of books to be carried. A slit of sulliciciit length for puttlng in thc books is left in tho mid- dlc or thc seam. Thc ends are em broidered with auy preferred design. Gilt rings connected by a chain com plcte thc bag. A lininir of Bome stout matcrial llkc silesia will make i: wear much longer. Sofa PlLLOWS. Xewesl sofa pillows have the cover of India silk g.ilheied full into a frill on all four sides. and are tied about with a broad ribb iu crossiug each way, and made into a full sofl bow in the center. Very altrac.ive yellow pillows are made in tbil simplo style, n s-cd witb a d iep orange band tied in an Kmpirc kuot. The Coriier-Stone f the Home. Ittiticence is an admlrable quality within proper limits, bul as much trouble reBUlts from extreme reticence as from its much condemned opjiositc, gar u'.ousnets. It is a comni n mis take to confound Belf-coutrol aud reticence; reticeut pcople frequently take great pride in the thought of Ihsir self coutrol, when their silence and lack of frankness are causing 011 Btantly complicationa that abou'.d and could be avoi led if the rights of all concerned to a full kuowledgc wcre recognised. In the family retieuucj is a deslrable qu ility only when il re Itralns pertonal criticism; but in so fir as the whole life of the fauiiiy is cou cerned, 110 family life can, or ever will be, coinplcte in which there is not pcr fect frankness, freedom, liberty of BUggestion, and conalderatlon for the wishes and opinions of cvtry member. Life is bo abort, and the diBlraetiona that Beparate and dialurb family rela tions ao ctriain to come, that it is worth while to overcome any p. culiar ity of temperameut that has the ten I- ency to nasten tne iny wnen any niember shall fce! him'aelf in the family but not of it. The spiril of 1 ive and unity in thc family is the tonic that seiiils wc'l itn igorated men aud women iuto the world. Tbe center of every life is in the bome; ita perfectiou nicans perfticted citizena. There cau not be perfectiou iu the bome wilhout comprebenalon of the Inner uature of every mcniber of the family, and reti cence is a wall that not only prevents egress, but enlrance. Frankness, then, accompanied by aplritual politeueBB, is the foundation of true fimilv life; with out it the family is an aggregatlun of persous liviug for couvenieiKe, aud becauae of cuatom, under oue roof. GhtMton Union, Dlsease at Communlou, Dr. Johu Ege of Reading, Penn., warus the communicauls of uhurcbes agalnBt the extreme danger they run in driukiiig from Ihe coiniiiutii in cups. Ile belfeVtB that diseases are often caught iu this way by meana of tlie saliva from the nioulh which is left on the edu'cs of the cup. " Oommuni cauts," he adds, "ahould be provided Wilh tbeir OWtl CUpa, and, when called to the altar. rcccive the wine from thc c.ergyman." A LARQE number of dudcs eollec 1 1! al au exposcd corner, last Bdbbatb, whi ro the wind was hih, aud cauirhl cold Each little darling wai ipeedily cured by Dr. Hull's Cough Byrup, LOOK to vour iuterest. You can bUJ Salvation Oi:, the great pain-cure, fjr twenty-flve ceuts. COUNTRV resident to pedlur: "Get out of hore, now, or if you dou't I'il whistle for mv dcgl" Pedlar: u All light, sir; but nrat won't you allow me to sell you a good Whlatl ?" Ibberliscmcnts. .rEmoNsor,,,,,; LATEST IMPROVED APPARATUS FLORID A bbcrtisemcnts. Headache Usunlly rcsults ttom a deratlged stomach or n llaggUll llver. In oltlicr psf , an npcrlont Is nccded. Ayor'i Pills. tho BlMetl nml innst rflllnblc catluirtlc In ttN, cnrrei't all IrrBfularltlet of ttas itotnaoh, iivcr, and bOWeto, nnd, in a lnicf tlino, rcllcvc tho mciHt (iHtri'ssinK headaoha. TbtN ptlliati hlgliljf reootnmendsd iy tlie profetiton, and M d(Mnand for tlioni nnlvcrsal. "1 liavo hcen afltatedi fcir ypars, wllli headaehe and Indlgetttoa, nmi 1 1 . 1 ipan! nearly a fortmn' In UIBdlOlneB) I ncver fOlind any rnllcf until I begatl I" lake Ayef'l Pllls, six bottlei (r these Pllli eonipletely oured me." Benjamln Harper, PljnouUi, Montserrat, w. 1. "A loni luflsrf r from h adaehei 1 wu CURED BY two boxes of Ajrer'i Pllls." Emma Kcycs, llulilmrdston, INInAS. "Kortlif cureof liendaclic, Ayi'i'a Catliart-lo Pllls are tlie mnst I'fllcli'nl mcdlclnc I i-vrr Uied." ltobert K. .laini s. horcln'strr, Mns. " Kor yc;ars 1 WM snbjcct lo DOfMUpatlOII nnd Bervoua headaehe, eaiuwl by derange bmM nf Hm iivcr. Afirr taklni rartoui rcm BdlMi 1 liave beeoine eonvtnaed that Ayati Pllls an' tlie best Theji never (all to rekeve niy Mllotis attaeks in a short ttonei and 1 an Mire niy system retalns Its tOM longn aftn tlie use of tliesc l'ills. tlian hSS lieen the CBM With any otlier RMdlelue I liavc trlcd." II. H. SledKe, Welmar, Texas. Ayer's Pills I ItKTA RRH BY Or, J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass, Som by al. Drugglste and Ucalcra In Iftdlelnsi fibbcrti&cmcnts. J 1 ' S77S. rjBHAYNEs ARABIAN BalsaSVi One of the Best Medicines Eve Invented for PERFECT AND IMMEDIATE RELIEF IX CASK8 OF P.UN AM INF1-A.M.M A110.N. Thi notltonl oonpoiiDd ts iohtovlni tbc noi sIkdhi iriumptis aniMiiishtiiti nuuiy who QAVeOCCt sIdii 10 usii it y tba cvrtaln& itii which it rellevea Ihem if tiiL'irsuTfriiis, botn extertuUly hnd LntMii ully. H l8HarLinul OUtftlO in lUMtloO. j-r Burntt PoitomnQt hrympcin, ttUlainmatton tfffHi Hiin.i in Sitlr. linck or StunUtttTM, J'iUs Sbri Thruut, cruup or Bronchttti Price 25c. and $1 at all Drugaists. E. IVICRGAN K SOIS!SI P.-op's, PKOVIDBNCF I. ENJOYS P-oth tlie method and results wlien Byrup of Figl is taken it ia pleasant and ri'fresliing to tlie taste, and ncts f-ruly yet promptly on tlie Kidueys, Liver Rnd Bowela, cleanses the sy i m efrectuall)', tlipela colds, head 1 'ics aud fevers and cures habitmil 1 distipation. Svrup of Figs is thc ( ily remcdy of its kiud ever pro ' tcod, pleasing to the taste and ac ' ptahle to the stoniach, pronijit in i l action and truly henencial in its Ihctti preparcd only from tho nio-t i.althy and ngrocable substances, its many excellcnt qualities conimend i o all and have made it the inos popular remcdy known. Byrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles by all leading drug giste. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro ::ure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. L)o not accept auy jubstitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN MAHCISCO. CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. liEiV YORK, N.Y. Sfllbicrs' lUibgct. PROLIFIC gVjhe Bcst and Purest Mcdicine tvtri ivi f u c. . y klW r . . . . 1 I . 1 . 1 . t I , . M M M I . , I !'i 1 1 1 1 ' ' I '" Nmulei and Blol'hel a y 4S2. which mar yoor ocautyn ' ' "'. 'X. m mitiuil 1.. i. U V. ', Ak. I.I.....I mii.I :hi lie V ':. , ' , -l.,,.il "r. fj. 'J.. V tlllll' II llll .- .1 wlse and n.sc greal II V.'S tVtH IVlrtUt. I I M.WltwllldrivotheHmorfromyoarll I I system, snd make your klnSJI I I'-.' &3kLcleaii aii'l f nn.mh. Thosel I I U . . I'i 1. - nnd Illoli liexlll a. a 'vi,"'tW ve. nsghortM m ',. ':,';. ' .tline. 11 v..n areS S B ! III h- ''o '1; XJ' Imll s & L J iK ffl M i V, i9 li F-i a W W ' i lMt hikI ilK ai.est'x o . 1 sj Jj L II I V'. - l wlt' H MU. m you win imj safuoeU. Jh, faTV I j ""' E Ul JH WILL MAKE HENS LAY Mtxod with the morntng feed proenti fCffif i:tinfw i ttiai Vichittfft ourea Itoup tt utl 4 lioh rtt, A .sii;ill huiti xt't iniri for it wUl rcttini many limoi tw oost in ihe ln iwamO pro duotion of ! .tiiii ty Beodrau n PoocltnoTii l h u.' ristn, utul unnoral Doul ors. 1 1b. Pkjc MAo, 9Uilb.Pkg.A0o. .rJb. Pkg. fi.oo. l iit. sont ly uiall fbr40o L. B. LORD, Prnpr., BURLINGTON, VT. i Bena KmnF1 i" . wiMniij v .... 1 ltuKioii.Macn.ifur uost DMXllcftl work uulillalUNlr WatGhman Pilisliii Gompaiy MAKKKH OK A Ll. K1NDH OV RUBRER STAMPS! Johu CaiT. John Carr, Bolfant, .Me.. bad liilii.y and livor Troulilt' for lw'lll tif yonrs. VII tbla titne noarccl) froe from pain a mlnute. Ilad to get Up si'ieral liini", OIK'll uiulil lllnl ue the vessel. Bxiresne 4'omiiii tion stll tho tlmo. HANA's SAHsA I'AHILLA CVRED llll aftor all other rciii. ili. . Iiaii IMI.t.! tn- ih DAVH ot MIBACIiEN PAST? r Is DANA'S the MOI l'.K BETHEBDAT Ask your nolgbbor. Dana Sarsaparill.i Co., Btilfast, Mo. Vermont I'pnslons. Ptnsions have recently iiccn Krantcd io tht ie Vi rmonters: Original All crt I). I.. Herrlck, Alfnd Dt Porge, Jamei A. Ftater, Aiih Oushing, Milton Warner, William II. Manning, Natban I)t dffP) Alvin J.'BlOod (fatbei ), Pi rkins vv. Farnum (I'ather), Kutii (). Gregory, William Uonvllle, Btepben M. Pingree, Sith B. Mobtotii I.iticy W. Forbes, James Cunsbatinon, Bdwin R, Willard, Emmett W. Sherman, Jumes Gregory fdeceased), Wllllatn 11. Bond(iToflau li ManPi inersaM Wllllam L L'uck. Samuc.l Page. Charlea J. Wlnshtp, Henry 1). Bolton, Moscs Coyer, I, m Bergent, llermnn 0. Langworthy, Wil liam Biunnlng, Boraee W. Mocdy, John Bo neeo, Alphonse 0. I'illsliury. Byron C. Carey, Ityron W. Crane, Aaron Droon, Ira H. Drew, Cl.arles C Bmith. Cbarlea P, I'ike, Gilbert Davis, Franklin .s. Bleed, John W. Utton, Asi H. Ppper, A len I'. Glbson, Oharhs 1'. Caricr, Iucrcasc WiUiains. Gideon Klce, Warren S.Claik, Manon 1. W'ood, Orrln 1'. H gcrs, John Hushia, Ira QuimbTi Washli gton Ci burn. lir. tstue Nathan Hsmilton. ttt'Uaut and Increase Duniel Duuu. GrO TO It bIvch Dr, Tutt iileiiHiiro to .in A itounoe that )o i . now pnttin); np u V TINY LIVER TlLLm wliltdi U ofasoeediiwljf small ilse, yet rotaiiiiiii; ull tlie rlxtoas of tba btri A ni(.s. Tney are yuaruntefH pureiy Tvgetable. Itotli slses of t .. uih a nro Ktill is.sued. Tht. uxuot h1. oi V XUTFU IIM MVKK nus ' a U 8ho,vn iu tlie bofdOf of this 'ml." w MY WIFE Charged me if I could flnd a Stove Pollsh which sha could use wlthoutsolllnK every. t hl n B nea rltwnenap plleuito brin lt home. ENAMELINE An Improved Pollsh, makes nodust.smell. or dirt, easlly used and always ready. Once used It will uptla K iur IIBUII, TOUriJ dealer has It. try a l . 5 and 10 ols., or asnd 2 cts for lample to J. L. PRESCOTT & CO., No. Berwlck, Me. Self-inkeis, Type and Band Daters, Stamp Ink, Ink Pada, Indelible j Ink with Stamps for Maiking Linen. Stamps mounted on Mouldings or with Handles. Pen and Pencil Btamps. Stamps of Every Description For all kinds of uses. Donot send your ordera to the city and pay two or three pricea for pre cisely the same thing you can get of THEWATCHMAN PUBLISHING CO. (JtJiifr.tl .luti prn , pMtel ln Stittlouury, Ud Mukt ri, uf Itulihci' Htmp9i MONTPELIER, - - - VERMONT. m BUCKEYE BELL FOUNORY H. llH r.ir Churcbea. Chfine hin.l, 1 fi - I.U'IIIH uf 1'nri- I ' .....I 'ein t'lillu Hn, ,,,,,. i i,i1,,iii.hi i.i Irim. VANDUZEN & TIFT. Cuwinn.li. 0. oM.V BTKWKRB 0IKE0T TO JACKSONVILLE v 1 i Hiiil Moiitlity, WtMhit'Kliiy itiul 1-rl-tXny fruiii I'lrr K. K., Nt'w Vork. Tnke llilet llue himI iVQM r -'w- hIoiik rouKit New KiikIhiuI t'oiit, hUo iltiHly ruil ritlu itftor U'iivhiK ihlp. Ilreet LNniiit'i titnii from liostou nini the Kuit. Kxt-elluiit RAC nodftttOBI tor tlrnt-cliisa. ititrrino- diHiu uid itftrajt paiitwytri ('uirtiuu tlie lii'st. Low rutea Sehtl to tlie luutern At'iit for tleht'riitlve uiiu li Uta . .). A. I'l.AMiKHS, BMtWB Atfeut, il.'J WHntihiKton Stieet, Itontoli. TiUU). ). BOstRi T. A ItowlhiK tireen, New Vork. flllH:i IM n ftU 1 Ix-ldt-' mnilr liy ,l..hn It. Qoodwln,rroy,i.Vai Murh fti u. iuJer. yuu ihk iot HiHkr M WHvkt blll wb isu trm lt ) "U i"li kl tti Ui no ii fit'iu f l Iu $U m issty ui blUtf aiul iiii n a yim go 1. Il.'lll M . H 1 1 Ilt I'Hll f llla t'h u. jroH Ull t1rWlH IM P m I liullit', il V -ir ll li Utll lllln.i I lllsil t liioliiililB UllU (O iiit)H..i'k AllUimw, t-i.ui i WmiCtdi i vfrv Mi ikrr. t aim i mhi. ttiniUliiiiix vfiyiliiiiM. I.AH1M, M l I I'll kin..r I'Altl li i i i H(KK. ,. ., .-.,r ., HtlKltUN M. I il, 1 I M'. HliM. jMjcmscmntts. JOHNSDNS UNIMENT ANY The SoldicrN NoblUt. The world-famous racontenr, Thomas P. Ochlltree, is nevtrat a loss to adorn an otheiwise commonplace couversa- tlon with aston- of thrllling tdvenlurii, narrow tfCBiii!, or humorous inciilcut. Beoantly at thc Ilotfmau housc a uum bei of men wcre ul ini of narrow ecapea, when the colonel told of t closc plaoe he gol iuto as fuUoWBi "Gentlemen, 1 waB with (ienerul Dich Taylor when he onerattd against Gcii tral H.mks in the tranB-Mississippl department. It was shortly after tbe lialtle of I'learant Hill, and llanks was letieating to Grand Hcore.. One da W6 L'ol m ar Ueneral llanks' army and General Tajlor asked me to In nd u tquadron of cavalrj aud chaige. I was mounted on a coal-black horse, aud when I rode out to take command of tlie (.quadrou 1 iiever thouht to cotin back from the chaige ahve. We had to charge atross an open Qeld. a dis tatice oi one and out-half milcs. I drew roy sword, put spurs tomy hoiae's sides and deahed forward, ordt riuo tln cavalry to follow. Some sevenly thou sand of General Uanks' infantry were drawn up in line just ou thc edge ol thc Qeld awating an attack. Oi couise when 1 slarted 1 did not know that 20,00(1 meu werc waiting lo give a wai m weleome to a bandftu of cavalry. When within iiOO yards of the federaN, I raited in iny BtiriUpB and yclled lo ihe equadron to follow ue. 1 ex pictcd to hear Ci:cli cavalryman yeli, hut lo my distnay all was sheut. 1 turned my hcad to look, when, hdtror upon horrorl ihe squadmn was over a mile fiom me in a swift retreatl I had been riding across the fleld alonc, thinking Ihey were right behind me. They had evidently seeu the thous aids waiting to pour a stotni of shot iuto us and had retreatid, but I did not see them, as 1 am near sighted. Of course 1 saw them when 1 yelled. A g'.em of bayonels txteudid for miles right in front of me. My horsi; trembled. 1 hcld my breatb, cxptcting to be mowed down in a second. Turning my horse I rode leiturely back and not ashot was Qred at me. My borse died with nerv t.in piostration balf au hotir altar 1 got back. Why didn't tbe federal army flre on me? 1 lcarued afterward Ihat they were ordered to flre, but no soldier wa6 pusillanimous enough to sboot one man who had the courage to chaige -J0,0(X) men. tientlemeu, I be lieve in huiuan nalure aud tbe nobility of the volunteer soldier lince that event." Doston lltndd. Ijx laio Originated by an Old Family Physician. Think Of It. K&IfiasiS: Kvcry Truvelrr ihfmld hn.- n l ttla ln bl nt heL Every Sufferer &JKe?SSffi Nrrvoun llfadarlii. l)l.htlii-rlii.( niiKlis.Cntnrrh. Urcin. i hltli. Asihnui. Cholcra-.Morljin. lJiairhii a. Larnrni'm Siiu'ncsH In Iluilynr I.IiiiIh, stifr .l.iintH or .stralns srltl lliul In tlils iild Amiilyni' n lli f aml iprry curp' Every IVI other a.A'lLA'BS Som Ttifmt, Tnnnitl, OollO, Otltt, linilsi i, C'rainr.s niui retnt Uabl6 to oeoat In nny farnlly without DOtlce. I)' lan niny ront a life. nll Kummer Complftlnts Itke riintrlr. l'rli-e, ota. pt paht; 6 lKt tles, $t Kxpreits pald. I. H. Johnson & Co.. UoHton.Mass. DOWNS' ELIXIR N. H. DOWNS VE&T.TABLE BALSAMIO VaBBHH E 5 Raa stood tbe tesl f or flftij-nine u yrars and has proved ptself thc Imiif li. i li- bniunn f 1 1 r ,.f L IX IR i Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, and all Lung Diseases in young or old. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Price, 86c., B0o.( 1.00 per bottlo. HElT2T,i:niT33:i4 L02B, Propa., BirlinBt5n,Tt. DOWNS' ELIXIR BEIMSDORP'S Royal Dutch Cocoa Pura Bolnble D6lloloim. Compare quility mnl prlcfl wllh nnv otlier. For salfl by all srocsfs. Samplefl frce by namlng tiiis minirr. Adtfrc.Rs STEP11EN L. BAK1LETT, Importer, Boston. The Soldler'a Fnre. Tbe sentimcut of tlie commuuities througbout tbe couutry in respecttolbe enlisted men of our army is uue partly to trnd.tioti and partly to ignoram e iu regard to tbe improvementa that have bcen made i:i matteri of treatment and disclpline, Scarcely any of tlie ptop'e reallze tbe comfo-tsa sol lierenj ys, tar less tbe opportunltiea for moral aud mental improvement in ihe Burvice. llow many persoiis are aware of tbe substantiai bjrracks, tness halls, recrea tion rooms, canteeni aud gymnaslums now provided for our men? Who is aware that they have wire-wovjn bol toma on irou beasteads. with mattreBses, pillows, sln-cts and pillowcasea to each man whiie in garrisou? That they have cbina plates, cups aud saucers, bonl-, silvcr-plated knivis aud foiks at table and au ahuudauce and variety of food BUCb as fcw famlliea of the working people Inoivil life can command, except at rare iutjrvals? Taey h.ive books un I magasluei aud neivspapers, billiard tablcs, schools aud gymnasiums for cn teitaiumenl and impiovement? A'ciy few ouiside oi the army kuow ibese faolB. Army aml Nury Qazette. ALL X'ermonters holdiug cotnmis sious iu thc regular army and navy, also in ihe L'uited States colored troops and regimenta or batteries of oilur slates, are n qucsled to send tbeir uames, rank, organisatlon iu which they served, wilh a shoit skeleh of their Bcrvice, to tbe adiutantgeneral'8 olllce at Mont pelier, Vrt., at tbeir earliest opportuuity , iu order that they may be iucludud iu the new roster of Vermont iu the war of thc lebcllion, uow beiug cotnpikd. jBMiMBl 111 WBIigi For the Home, Choice and Popular Alto Songs. Thirty-thrte Choice 9off4 or the Alto i'oice. tr'jt .S'icr MtUic 9it9 1'itper, PI; lloanlt, IJtl CMh OiU.fi, no mm ooiiaouoii ui s.niKB loz ooncnuio foies tuusYvrbstn prspavsd. 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They pro nouuced his case to be cousumpliou and iucurable. Ilo was persuaded to try Dr. Kiug's New Discovery for cou sumpliou, coughs aud colds, and al Ihat tliue was not able to walk across the street wilhout restiug. Ile fouud, be fore be had used half of a dollar bottle, that he was much better; he contiuued to use it aud is to-day enjoying good health. if you have any tbroat, lung or chest trouble, try it. We guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottle free at 0. Hlakely's, Montpelier, Vt. Songs and Caincs for Little Oncs. Hy Uertrttde WnUttf SSd Humtt S . Jenit. dut hitmtreil tirenty pwjfS, octaro li:e, hanUlomely liound in cloth. t'2. Tlie lirlKlitest aml iuost enjoyable book for little BblMrSDi QutXOtic Quakcrs. liy Ailtin lii.niiylh. PrtctM ceutt, pottfiaid. Au Kutertaiinuunt briuiful of liuuior aml : i i.'i. noStOi KlKlit yOUUS laiiies auii two yuuuK KeUtle men are ftSSdSd tn ttie caat. Oliver Ditson Co. IAS4SI o ! . - ' street, bolton. Ciin.DUEN Cry for I'itcher'sCastoria. 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