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1 THE BiiSlON. VT.. FREE PttKBE. WIDIT MOMHWa. SEPTEMBER 15. 876, rrT
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BURLINGTON, FRIDAY, SEIT. 13. IS-
UtMir Wakd EiEcnER delivered the ad
drosat the White Kiver Valley "
Bethel, Tbur.dT, Sept. 7th. 1.000 people
Tos YooiiTMChTirnirrciation of
Vermont 1 he" i aEaosl n"n''
MKMkbuy en the 194.50 and 31ft oi
A, the recent election, the little town oi
Trov C Republican majority orsi-the
Tut Till tcria in the University op ened
Thursday. Sept. 7th. The new classnumbers
S3 or 30 on the ground, and more csrected.
Hi learn by a prirate despatch that
George R. Chapman, the regular Republi
can candidate, is elected State's Attorney of
Addi-on county by 74 majority orer Col.
J. II Locia, the bolters' candidate.
Mhs IliTMX, who wai shot by her hus
band, ni Derby Line, Thursday, Aug. 3Ht,
died WkIswcUt evening, Sept. Cth.from the
ettVt" ul'the wound.
KirLt-niooTiMj. At last Friday' prac
tice ot the Burlington K.fls Club, M. E.
Montconerv niado a tcore of 17 out of a
pjfible 50, at NKI yard-, ai d II. With
erell made -13
lias W.U 11 Uiofham , the Democratic
ctaiUzxt t r Ujtcrnor. ran f jr K-prcsanta-tir
re at "d lt h I clecti a by '
m Sortwei i" itb pride the linuns
of toe Democratic rotr- in
ti.is cii 73il in l
1RT2i 729 in IrSM, aid 'J!it in
But the !
SraflWoo.it- mention the fjj: that the
iljpaMican v..t .-f t! . ity incrca-ed
mare than the Djaiocrttt.e, -undine .13 in
7i; 695 in '7-1 and 1.1U3 in '7B T-e Dem
oeratio Totenwj be still larger as our city
rr., but I' t)- Repub ioad vote kccpN
hands-imely ahvd of it. as it has lor five
V.C Mian ti'il hiuiu .u
in ll.e iiicf' a-e.
StIAt TO OIK G VEKV it. Ele.t. Jur
tl? tlteted tijteenor, Hjii. lbraes Fair
banks, was tendered a -eronado at hi- rc-i-dM
in 8t. Johi.Nbjrv. Wednesday week,
Cnnnon were find, and a grand torchlight
pro&asiun. hea.'.td b;' the St. JohnNbury
CiHcet BanJ, and compused of over three
thousand cmz'ii of Caledonia County,
ladks and noutiemen. was firmed, who
proceeded to the Governor's residence,
uhtre Rev. II. L ijiller.in behalf of repre
KaUtiTcs froai all the towns present, ten
uendered cm; Mtulation--. This was re
sounded to by Governor Fairbanks in a
bolt and appr ipriate address, alter wbseS
tbeeompany were lavited indoors, and con
trratolation were exchanged until a late
If toeSenjne bademsuited the coIuhiijn
of tbe Fu Press with more care, it might
nave saved itself the mortification ofan
nonocinc the result of an election in Cali
fornia, two months before any election oc
enrs in that State. A li-t ol the coming
flections printed by us the other dav contain
ed the following
0lifonua' will elect
r.'ttr. 7. -ite fcffi&cifl w:l.
I'Diiro.-mon on TueFuy.
u.xi l chosen iu tl-
1k Ricsvf.NB. the balloting for town
RtftrNotat.e continued all diy Tuesday,
when by ? immun consent the voters went i
home leaving tho ballot box open in charge
ol tbe cun-tab!e. Wedne-day morning they
began voting again and balloted till 5 p.
m . when tbey adjourned without a choice.
Their candidates were 11. A. Hodges who
received aN high a 14'J votc l rcd'k F.
GU-ason. who had 116 votes, and A. B.
Eiward-, Democrat, who bad 10 odd.
The-e li;ure varied somewhat on the differ
ent ballots. Mr. Sijles received 7 votes
on one La.lot and i6 on the next, when be
declined t) be a candidate. The stnle
among the R. publicans was a natural con
sequence of the treatment o( Mr. Andrews
at the Cojntj Convention. Hi- defeat for
SideJdjo L'lRNtate ol fcliog which
made i; simolv impo-sible that tucre should
be units and harmony among the Republi
cans, vvbiie the Democrats, glad to see tho
Republican" quarrelling.held tho bilance of
poerai.d kopt the two faction-apart. Si
because Richmond would not have a s.de
Judge, the town iocs without a Rpreen
latite. Vir CdaRuTtk. Tho Fall term of the
Charlotte seminary commenced on Monday,
Sepiembor Utr, and will continue fifteen
wtekN Mtn. J. Wicks is principal.
F. F. Brady bas opened a meat market
Inch l- very convenient to the people.
Ti c following is tbe result of our elec
tion . Tte Itei uhiican state ticket received
Si3 voti s, the Democratic State ticket 40 .
Kepubhcan Conzresstcan 163 , Demi.ciatic
Congressman SO; Republican Slates Atti.r
l ey S13, Democratic states Attorney 40.
Vote lor counf, Senators Republican -'15, i
Democrats 40. The following Justices
were elected 1) 0. Gillett, II. C. Ljavet.
woith, W. W. Ilibee, L R llubbell,
John tjuinlan. A. W. bliorman. J. M.
Dtan Tomi Kepreentative. II. V Pnn
Cic. RiLiiujN't A- Cieorge Gaoiirnrh, of
llieiimutid, iu .mg uuroe fryiu ttt l'tiir,
ITmrb-liy niht.in pain Mr. liibeucic, of
Jericau, nn uid man. he drove esiudm: fan
wauc. bre.ikiDt; bjlh axtetrees and throw
ing hi in arid a yung lady with him out,
tri,iu-lv j.raiato ibe youo ady"- ankle.
Mr. (idru-ti uas driving a pair of t-pirited
horsir- trn a lyht wijon. Jlis wile and
hli Oe.l breast, ot Itichmonl. were with
biui and thev were all tbrjun out. Miss
IJryant a- taken up ineoible ami carried
to Mr. Bl boa k. in fl?i. An hour
arter the accident Mi Bryant wa- uncao
seious. Ibe borers cleared thsm-ehes from
tbe wutrun by break in; the wbitihtrpe, and
AsMiL Meeti.no or tue Siociuolders of
CoNCti:t i.si) racup.-ic Jivek IUil.
road. Tne thirtj-lirfft annual meeting of the
Connecticut and l'aunjpic Hirer Railroad
va h.eld at tbe Mempremapog Ilo'ie,
Vcdneday,btpt O.b, President Ilaymonditn
the cbajr. Tbe following gentlemen were
e!e3leJ dircriot?, C,67 shares of Mock be
ing represented: Etnmon Raymond, of Cam
bridge. Md ; T. P. Kedfield.of Montpehtr ;
Gardner C. Broun, Aunw Hirce, John K
Lyon, Warren K. It!o3fc'ett, of ll)-Un ;
Aiden ispeare, of Neftton, Masjj,; Luciuh
Robinson, of Newport ; Stephen Foster, of
bran -tend, Quebec President iUymond
atated that tbe expen-es of the management
had been reduced to the lowest pjsible
point; that the net earnings bad paid all
fluting indebtedness escept $32,0(X), and
that tho eorpjrati.jn would be clear from
rocebtedntH uu January 1, 1&77. Tbi-
docs not include tbe bonded debt of one and
a half million-. Tho net earning oer
last year are !G,655. At a meeting of tbe
director?, ubtqaentiy, tbe following were
elected tf5cr": ui 01110-4 Raymond, Presi
dent; 1. P. Redfitid. Vice-PrcMdent; N
P. LjTerinir, Treasurer; Kitjih Cleveland,
tbecretar ; Ii. L rolsni, Superintendent
Tl metiiu wa tniirely bartuonioa.
A GvriNE Model for tue Catamccwt
Moncment at Beamngton. Tne Rutland
Glober)y; The readctaol tho Globe doubt
1cm rtineubtr the account Kiren la.-t Nj
tiubtr il the ta.iu ot h catamount in
Wardsbjio ly Mers. Pitt.-, Perry. John
on and otLtr. Tbe tkin was etuffed and
has icce been in charge of K. C Kitty, of
Eat Wards'wro. Tbursday, however, it
pawed into tbo hacda of tbe Bennington
fiUtuncal society for the purpose of having
St uMd as a intdel by the culptor, Bartlctt,
In zuakicg bi brocza catamount for tbe
monument to mark the t-ite ot the lam 0 us
(ttinaoi t , laveio at Brnnington. Mr.
jarilen hiCitlI at-td tbiuuia-b here vith
1 Uedciday, bLd wdi take it to Paris
frith tun- Tbe oniLjai uai a fee fpcuiiuen
t! IU ktrt!, t'ting Kun feet two icefces
Idok tiota tip to tip. 1
Oartw lork letter,
POLITICAL COAL :WIH!(ING AN ISCIDEST
New York, Sept. fith, 1576.
The nomination of Seymour for the Gov
ernorship by the Democracy of the Stato
aiid his declination, after tho convention
bad adjourned, places tho party in a most
pitiablo attitude. The Democracy of tho
city are in a state of dambfoundedness that
is fenny. Tho cursing and swearing in tho
citv is somewhat dreadful. Tho Democracy
generally confer that this ends tho hope ot
their carrying the Stato. 1 had rather they
had kept Seymour on, for it was a very weak
THE COAL DROP.
At the big coal f-alc here this week, half
a million tons wero taken at a reduction of
fifty per cent, from tho established prices.
This drop means more than appears on the
face oi it. Not only is it a rclier to the
millions of householders who have their
winter's fuel to put in. but it is a letting
up on the manuiaciurer. nuo, tumpcm
sell their product at reduced rates, have
been paying old prices for coal an impor
tant item in tho cost ol production. The
efTect of this will be felt all over the coun
try, and will go a lone way toward reviv
ing buNiaesN in the Eat.
Die prctiii -t Night I have teen fur some
time a at the kadieiowimniingjicaueia,
Tue-diY, the occasion being an eihibition
by the pupil- of Miss Bennett. Little girls
off nr. nr. 1 miir.ini and maids of forty,
partmpat.d la the exercises', and they
njh :t!i h Nki'.i and pluck that 1 never
saw men cxhib.t One race was between
two .ittlc tiirl Ialic- of scarcely four, who
J.-i .rtid ihem-iIvcN in the water a- grace
fu ! h' ti-nu: Tho women dived, swam,
fl .died. ,u.d to.ik every position intbe water
that the most cipcrienced swimmer ever
dii, -ceming to do it with moro case than
men wiiejouns .juj .-y.um.uui ..u-
cam" o it nut at all latiguca.
I M L 1ASH10NS.
l l.e new -IjIcno! the season are simple
and prut. Ti'c voluminous puffed and
1 iipcd ivcr-kirt- which not one woman ina
joz n kr.oN how to arrange, di-appear for
i I .r.j p i:oni"es, whi-j fullness in the
tfk i- hardly lilied at all, but bangs in
!.1- unking, -hawl la-hion, what drap-ir-
iticic i- I tin very low on tho skirt,
ihc touruLre i- merely a frame M carry out
ue-kiri giu.elulK, iu-teai ol letting it
fall to t-,e I irio. Young lidtCN who wear
log bu-:ie-standiug out at tho waist, aro
warned t:,at they ara shockingly oat oi
-ile. AI-o the huttoi, lever i over, and
niitbing more certainly beirays the country
vi-it r at the t entennial than a Nacque or
polonai-e wich tnreemw ol buttons back
tnd trout A dim, gr.ivi-h daiK hlue, like
tbe deepest hue ot smt.kc, will bo the color
mo-t worn, a- it blcoJ- adnurah.y with the
i ardinal trimmings and acce-sories.
F.ouncts nned their depth with tLe red, no
.it. to -i. iw when the wind litt- them, will
be the n lined ver-ion ol the red -ilk skirt"
worn ahrjaJ. and !,-, pipings, narrow
phatingN jnd bindiug-- will relieve the co
iuuic in every waN . Notlun'; i- worn lor
ibe neck but wlntc Jawn or cardinal silk
ties Even the Nlipper bow lor the hous
mitche" tne rest oi the trimming". The
I fi?ct i" deliiihtlul in American eves, which
:-ave beca u-ed to cray and drab suits so
long. Importers and modiste" try to intro
doi e deeii myrtle and green as tne leading
c ilor, but d i not Ncom over succes-ful. a"
the ".iilow women arc -ure to take it. and
tbectfeet di-eouraCNpopular taste. Blondes,
pure and simple, ciot to the blue which
ihey lit.y "eis them off be-t, not aware
that a lrc-h eouiplexion 1 loks dawy fair in
' a dark itne'i suit. Dark brown and dark
red ol a maroon tinge will be ratber more
styi'-h ii..in nil r bi .e or green as tbe sea--in
wears, I, r ti. rea-m that every one
will lo t I- n,,.u in tin in. 'lhe high crown
, ed eo'ching hat- haso bad their day ; more
i m .ile-t tuts uith the -.lmo pointed crowns
' anl turiuu uo brim -ire worn with net
i -earl" enf oiiiinr the crown and plumage
le-ide-it rurben-, with either
det p i.lue or rtdveivit brims, aimost con
e.a.ed by banus ot leather- ot the same
coior. fini-hei wito drooping plumage are
.-howu ijT bright aotumn wear, but the
-ciip boanet-are leiviug tho lace of the
A ,u:r hai.t ol New York. residiDg in
Bnokiyci, -u-pected his wito ol being too
iiitiuiate with a very handNome lawyer in
taet, he waN certain tj.it she was in the
habit ot driving out wuo bim to a place ot
iior.ab'e ebarait.r. some m ues out of
t. e city One morning, instead ol staying
in New York all day, he returned to hi.
Iioioe ir. an hour or two, and found that
' hi- spouse had entered a buggy with a man,
ana 1 ad driven off only li'teen minutes be
lore li.e merchant i- the possessor ol a
hoise that can do hi" mile in three min
utes Did he take his revolver!' Not any
revolver. He loaded the bottom ef bis bug
gy w th nice round stone a bushel or
iu-,rc. good -toniN lor throwing. It only
took bim a hall hour to overtake tbem, for
tbe pair wire going -lowly, and he drove
up be-i1e them Ilie gay Lothario saw the
bu-t and, aid whipped up his horse. Vain
endeavor Wnst could a livery steed do
against blood .' Toe hu-band drove along
' -,de. arJ, bolding hi" reins in one band,
biiubarded the leliow with stone" with the
j other I o tseapo the shower of stone", tbe
I afl.ighted man drove luster, but it was no
u-e. Ji-rcilessiy. pitilessly the stones new.
ti.l li'.a'iv tiiere was a swash. Tbe buggy
coLUimiig the uLhappy pair collided with
a leTce, and spilled them out. The horse
tote him-elt lojNe troui the wreck and dis
appeared , tbe man was too much brui-ed
to move , the laJy was terribly frightened,
but otneiwi?e unharmed. Tbe husband
took her in with him. and drove borne in
I silence Hn reacfing hi houNe, be quiet
j h to d her to pack her effects and go, whfch
i she d.d And he- h.eu hi- bill lor a divorce.
'i he tay young man paid lor a hi.rse, buggy
and harness, and leit town. Yours,
l'roui the Ailmny Lav Journal
Choate's fir-t appe iranee at tbe bar was tlx
1 fir much iaugr.ter nnd ridicule. Hl-
.tdit iH w.l-regarded by the lawyen and
u unroof bis day very much a tbe appear
jince it Pegasus wouM le receivel bytbe
-Uud-oui,; earth-born equine race, it ne
-hould dHend and ae-uiuc the role of a cart
horse. His was were not us their wnjs
His eccentricities and bin strup,les to carry
bit burden a lull into las natne element ex
cited much merriment. But soon it was
found that IVgaMidrew h- load better that
any ot them, despite bis antics and bis
eurvetins. Men Mjon came to acknowledge
that there a new-and legitimate style of
advocate and adtocacy, and although it
proved intimitable, jet it hood secured un
rudin admiration, and to the new-comer
whs accorded the leadership which his unique
genus demanded. Prom then until bis death
be was as much wvercin in the Boston
court bouse as Webfter was in Fanenil ball.
It is no wonder that Choate's manner
startled the staid New England coart-houM
from their rompoMire. INothinj; lilc it was
ever seen before, has been seen Mncc, or will
ever be cn again. In its volubility and
vehemence his -ceeh was more like that of
an Oriental than that otaJIo-ton man.""
His wice, which naturally was rich, grand
and melodious, ho freuently urged to its
highest key ; lie nhrieked ; ho raved ; be
tore a passion to tatter ; hewun,; his ti-ts ;
be ran bis trembling fingers through his long
curling locks, sJntping with pcrpinition .
be shook his head like a liun' mane, be
raided his body on bis toes and brought his
weight down on his heeis with a force that
shook the court-room . he pau-ed for two
or three second, threw back his bead, swept
the jury with a terrific glance, and violently
in baled his breath through las nos
trils, -with a southing thatwas beard all over
tbe court-room , bis weird ejes glared like
a maniac.1, his wrinkled uceauiueda hun
dred unnatural corrugations ; in short, his
speech tore hi. frame, and his body was con
vulsed like that ot the Delphic priestess in
her moments of inspiration. All this seems
very ridiculous in tho description. It is not
singular that it sometimes excited derision.
Bo,t derision was short-lived. All this time
His thoughts were poured forth with an un
varying and incredible relocity ; and orderly
and coherent array of felicitous and choice
expressions which none but the orator could
have selected itid conbined ; startling and
beautiful image, soaring fancies, glittering
wit, soul-stirnns analvsis, classical allusions
even Latin quotations , ingenious illustra
tions, denunciation rarely employed but
blasting where it struck , simply and una
dorned pathos, deep and subtle sympathy
with nature and with humanity, breaking
down the barrier- of prejudice, raising and
enlarging tbe soul of Inn auditors illuminat
ing their understandings, and investing them
lor the hour with a portion of the orator'.s
own greatnes. It was the very abandon
ment and ccstacy of eloquence, the true-inspired
frenzy, which, at long intervals has
descended from heaven and given to the
world a Demosthenes oraCiccro, a Chatham
or an Erskine, a Webster or a Lboate.
Choate's personal appearance was as re
markable as his oratorv. About six feet in
height, with a powerful chest and shoulders,
a gaunt frame, huge haods and feet, a roll
ing, lumbering sort of gait, a bilious, coffee
colored complexion ; his face doc ply corru
gated with profound wrrinkles and hollows
ncd seamed with powerful line ; his head
rather deep thin wide, and coapjtte'j' corer
cd with luxuriant black curly hair, scarcely
tinged with gray at the day of his death ;
lira thin and tremulous ;
his eyes large, deep-set, and black, with a
weird, far-away expression in quiet, but a
terrible, burning intensity in excitement a
face noticeable in a throng of a thousand,
with intellect looking out at every point . a
most haggard, woe-begonc, fortune-telling
countenance ; bis person arrayed in slouch
ing, lll-htting garments, lnciuuing ai...i
several coats of various and indeeribahle hues
which he doffed and donned in tho progress
of a cause according to the amount of per
spiration which be was secreting, and a
cravat which has been said "to meet in an
indescriable tio, which seems likea lortu
itou concurrences of original atom"." He
pos-essed r. wonderful capacity I for labor and
study, but was a martyr to sick head-aches
all his life.
Xo less extraordinary in stvle than in ap-
tcarance and manner'was this phenomenal
being. His wild soarings were strange to
an audience accu-tonicd to the majestic and
regular flights of Webster and the silvery
utterances of Everett. But the style befit
ted tbe man and tho manner. He delighted
in strong contrast". As in bhakespcare s
plays king and clowns jJstlo each otner,
so in Choaic's lhetoric the homely and the
magnificent are fmiccntly in juxtaposition.
Doubtless his style lacks simplicity. It is
fervid, impassioned. Oriental in its richness
and luxuriance, olten exigeerated, but al
wavs jioetic and soggestivc. His vocabulary
abounded in recondite and hi gh-.-ounding
word-. His imagination converted tho com
monest objects into things of beauty and
deNcribed the plainest acts in phra-cs that
haunt tbe memory. Speaking of a person
hesitating to commit a small oflenco w ben
contemplating a great crime, he said ''Is
it po-Nit!c to think, rationally, that if a pcr
Non was going to p.unge into a cataract be
low the precipice he would bo over carelul
not to moisten bis feci with dew ?" Of an
improbable narration he said "The story
is as unlike the truth as a pebble i" unlike
a star a witch's broomstick unlike a banner-stall."
Ufa canning witness : "He is
quick, keen, knows when to hold his tongue,
,th ,h (Minnint of a buNbv-tailed lux
oil"- l-i-hr ' (If a lonelv nlace . "It
,.s " "l.indv as the rte-ert behind
lUin." lil a eai.tain deceived in his
IN . 1 c . e.i ..L.nnn
reekonlni? : l.supn,-e II toe liuiiainu.oiij
of two hemi-phrres shall Cod only tho gravo
... . . , 1- t.l.. K.uiv h"
emrmed a nlace. every coxcomb clerk will
.... ,.T.on in(i,.inT bv after fact", and
-a? precwly where the error in iudg
mlr.r ,.. ' Hi' an unNeaworthy ve-sel
1,'ie vessel alter leaving tho smooth
,.tr ol HoNtr.n harbor encountered
the eternal motion of the ocean, which
)," In-ii ihere lrom creation, and will
lu. till l.,rtil nnd sea snail be no more
She went down the harbor a painted and
uisUinna ibio.r snol-freiirhted. but a coffin
i.,r thr livinir. a coffin for the dead." Of
a captain filing last St. Helena "Such
irrr his meditations as the invisible cur
rent ol the ocean bore him by the grave ol
Napoleon.'' Of a dry-goods merchant'-)
bankruiitev be said "So have 1 heard that
the va-t i .'.-sessions of Alexander the con
queror, eruMl led away in dying dynasties,
in the nr oi..il hands of his weak heirs."
In r,-ril in the reorlcof Danvers, several
mil.-s lrom a railroad, he said "Her people
are ju-t in ,ir enough to hear the whistle of
thr loi-o'uotue and uaxo at the sparks ot
that Mi in? .Mint . vet tor all practical pur
.si- ti. ev i.ii-lit a- well stand under the
on at mi.i-nuiit. naming at a firmament ol
iai'nnrr ineteMr-." hen Clioate eNsayes the
(kithetic be was always simple. There is no
more beautiful inNtancc ol this than his
rpmnrk- on Writer's love of New England
"He 1 cd New Hampshire,- that old
granite world. the crystal hills, gray and
eloo.l-toi iied . the river, whose murmur
lulled hi" cradle , the old hearthstone , the
crate of lather and mother. He loved Mas-
N.U huM.'tiN. wliieh adoi.ted and honored him
that soundinn -ea-hore. that charmed elm-
tree "cat. that reclaimed farm, that choice
herd, that Nwdt nt earth, that dear library
those dearer Iriends. but the 'sphere of bis
dutus was in- true ejuntry.
(iI'L'hoate's wit a volume might be com-
niled. A few examples must answer. Of a
ijitit in -mt he said "Why don't ho pay
back the nioneVN he has ill got ? He is
so mneb i if a ullun that ho wouldn't if he
could, and so much of a bankrupt that be
couldn't it he would. Ol a very crooaea
lli.-ht ol stairs be said "How drunk a man
inu-t be to climb those stair" '" Of one of
hi-female clients he said "she is a sinner
m. nut a sinner, for she is our client , but
she ln a verv dLsaireeablc saint '" He defined
tne lawTer".-vacation" as "the space bet
ween the oueNtion nut to a witness and bis
answer." Of the homely Chief Justice
Shaw "1 venerate him as the Indian does
his log, curiouNlj carved . 1 acknowledge
hcV ugiv. but I feel that he is great." t
the constable wu repeated tho w.'td"hav
ing" many times in his return . "He Ion
greatly oierworked tbe participle."
A Prehistoric Rats is the Chahflaiv
alley Fragments ol pottery, maoe by a
race that lahabiuid ths Chatuplaio valley
prior to tb Indians b ecn unearthed.
Professor Perkins read a paper on tbe pot
tery of this raee at the recent meetinic of
the Stcial Science convention 10 Buffalo.
'I he tuUuttin; abstract of his paper appears
111 the reports oi the as icmtion in the
daily paper . Perhaps no more than ix
ur -even complete jars of nrehitoric origin
have bctn unearthed and preserved, though
many mure have been found and then, from
sheer ignorance, destnned btilt it is plain
that tbe ancient mb-ibuaocs of Vermont had
used much earthenware, and that some ol
it was quite elaborate, although uniformly
tree from pictures of living object 1'ho
tua'enal employed is aiosi. -oil aod uneu
duriog. ci mixed with qaatiz. with feld
spar. aLd -oaieiifiits with uumerou scale
ufmuB, itscolur is dark red, t-rown or
h:ack I'ue ornaments were uually placed
uu a flt surface, and rectangular Tne
sizy is very iiiht, and no ir contains mure
tlian teuty quarth; lis ibicknes ranges
from two to fnu incbtw. Most of this pot
tery iceurs al dh Lake Champlain and m
E-tfrX county Pots ui steatite or anv other
stone are very rarely touud in Vermont,
Although tbey are not entirely wanting
Yet itkv have little ornament, except one
which i" adorned with parallel dashes,
thu Them relics form a
slight, though not unimportant, part of tbe
utensils ued by the rare ttoU preceded tbe
Indian inhabitants ol Vermont and North
Do Bfhs Heir? The question whether
been have the power of hearing is a mooted
point among naturalists. Sir John Lul
bock has. tried exrimcnts with his bees,
in order M elucidate tbe matter. Thus be
has played tbe violin close to bis bees, he
has m.-il a dog whistle, a shrill pipe, a
tuniiiii-f'i'k, mid shouting, but no noi-e
seemed l u.sturb them in the least.
Nevertheless a curious occurence took place
a few dajs since at Windsor. Colonel
btewart, commanding oficer tccond Life
Ciuard, reports that a few days Muce, when
tbo regiment wa- returning down the Long
Walk lrom a field-day, a swarm of bees,
attracted by the nusic.followed the regiment
into barracks lyD about over the heads of
the baud. On arming at the barrack-yard
the band formed up to play tho regiment
into the Itarracks ; the bees followed their
example, forming up aUo and sitting on a
brunch of a tree over the heads of tbe bands
men. They were once taken prisoner by the
corporal 01 the guard, and aTe now fined in
the barrack yard. The distance over which
tho bees followed the band was mure than a
mile. We have bcatd of spelling bees
but thesearc musical bees with a vengeance.
It is a common practice in tho country to
collect lecs by means of rattling a warming
fan with a piece of iron.or shaking a stone in
a tin kettle, and tbe idea that bees will fol
low sounds is a- old as Virgil. Xo les than
eighteen hundred yearsago"Parmcr Virgil'
gave, in his Fourth (Jcorgtt. a prescription
how to hive bees. He uGvi.-e tne u-e of
cymbals as being agreeable to tho bees.
Aristotlo was doubtful whether tho bees
followed noise for ple.isurc or fear. PKoy
thought that thev were affected by plcaura
blo sensation. The undoubted fact that a
swarm of bees fallowed the band of the -J
Life Guards reopens tho question of bees
hearing. By some it is supposed that these
regimental bees were attracted by tho red
coats of the lifcguardnicn ; but we have no
evidence that bees arc cognizant of difference
in colors. It is well known that from the
different sounds produced by bees in hives
bee-keepers ctn tell pretty well what is the
temper of their pet at the moment. Mr.
Gird worn, a Bus-ian engineer, has lately
published in Parin a magnificent monogram
on bees, fi,;uin lneir ruoct minute anatomy,
but he does not seem to bate discovered
their organ ol hearing, supposing the power
of bearing be really present in bees. We
are led to conclude tbat the antenna are the
organs by meaas of which tbe varieties of
sound can be distinguished It will be
curious to know what was the tune being
played by the Second Life Guards whn the
bee followed the regiment, as the know lcJge
of tbe tunes preferred by bees when in the
actof swarming miht be of use to bee
keepers. London Xars.
A certain mad waif on a Cincinnati jour
nal lately distinushed himself in Sow
York. Dining at a restaurant, ha noticed
on tbo bill ot faro a request to the guests to
report any way ol ntteution.1 He sent
for the landlord and pointed out tbe notice.
Ha th-re been any want of attention ?'
asked Bjuiface I nhouU thiol there
had," wan tbe reply; I have bsen hero
fifteen minute;, and co one has akcd me to
take a drink.' PHlMttphia Bulletin,
i-v m . i? i- iim jifitrriniFnirnin. ,j;jui , wuhiu ,..,
From a Gentleman Known and HoncrcJ from tto
Atlntic to the Pacibc Coast.
Mew. Wr.EKS 4 Forria. Vhola!e Irasgl3t,
Boaton.JIaM , U.ntlemen.-I have for some m1;"
Lit It a fluty that 1 owed to fuff.r ni '
writ. you. atatlng tbe treat hcneOt tBat 1 have He
rlvsd iroia the oo of SAsronn's B"1"'
roa Oatak.b. ror more than w jnn 1 b" V"?
afflicted ltn this ery trouMMOBe eVlalnt. 1
at. tried all tae remedies lhati e. u,d Hod. hot
without material or permanent beneot. La t BU
tbedlse..hadarrivsd at that e that Inm
haverelierorflle. The entire memhraooMljtUui
had become to Inflamed, and tte e'omach so disor
dered, that it waiadouWiul mt "VeUie, I
eouid go to the Pac.cc cost, or It 1 did go l
thoald live to ccm. back or not I saw an adrer.
tisement o thla medicine m-i -
ri ii. .hn. sneeilicsorrestrumjoranj kind,
etm eheer ue(perai.ou . - - r---,--
,a, l..tte4U It. Th.ehanze , efrtim te a
r ...... ,1... an.lBtl.DCe
chronieontasooiiuoii.c. - ' , --. - , .....q,
may prevent my ent.re regulation, but llie lieoeut
"derive from iU daily u-e i. to me in.alu.We. and
am hoping to ne couii-ki-oij v. ,.
rlI:,"",.a'i'fn0Jl',.eV,n be orany r-ervlee
to those afflicted as I hale been, and nab!e..u ; to
Lrins tl. leinedy into mote l?f'2St' J
on the Tae Be coatt (whole it n much needed), m
object in writing th!. note '. ts.
7T 'a with the fteatc-t pleasure th; lat
J the nubile th.a he.rt "dorwnjent of san roan a
ka oical cmr. roa Catakru. by uy'"-'$r,
ol YVellj, laro Co a npres". The poaiti. n thia
..-entleman has fcr to many J ears ceupi'd m our
buinssJ world, and eseully in "?',0 " J
th- deveupe eei.t of that solden countr . the lac Do
eoa.t. has made his name known and
throu:hout the land, llu esme.t dlre th,t those
who know Mm, and are suffering rrom th . oil ea.
may tie induced to me It we t.u-t may be .rat Del.
wh do not know h.m (and the, are lew
remedy. It il bet ond all quention the wl nma.
ul eve-compounded for toe treatment ort..t.rrb.
. i. !...,,T.d h, our ben i.bysicians. It is reeom-
most now leel convince-i ui .uo
".'2( Vi iMdln anolhecanea, and testimo.
SAsrORD 8 It A nK AL OCRt 1 OK wi""-. ' -
and tetmanent cure lor catarrh oi
eTery form, and la the mo.t perlect r ever
devi-ed. i i. : :' :: ,,:,:
Isaup ed l(icail oy imuuh., " ,7. Z
ll b mtfral .dminutration. Ueall applied
ceau-es ire na.a psaa:ea oi "-
beafinces. i.nnruction, umu . ',
autut'onalij administered it reno.at.a ihehlool,
".V ,s. m.laon wuh which it i alw.ya
char.ed mcatatrh, aumulauw the auimaeh. liver
and kldne,, periecta dUeation, malea new blood,
.r.T.-i..,l, formation OI aound healthy tissue.
,..ii-nhi.in,iwmii!t control over thedis-
a'e The rematkatile euratne n-wera. when all
other remedie. utterly Ian. oi a sro ";
Slresardto.-H that eannoj be . .JaI b,
the most retpectauie
vrt naekaze eonUIni Ir. 8a)inir.l's Improve.!
JUUi'l Ilrumst.' throurtuut the United elates.
WtKKS I IVTlElt. (ieneral Aieata. Beaton. Mats.
AN Eleciro-tiaivanic Eatter.e. ei'.inel with the
celebrated Uemcated I'.T u- I'.arter, 1. tui ic
toe zrandee: eur.lve arent in tiew. r.il.' nuU
erne, .no .tteny -urp.u..' a.l other ''-"r- hcie-tofoteinu-e.
They a.-J..m;.l .1; rln "1" ""!
than the . Id riaeter! m a whole J.a' The) oo
not palliate, they ( ia.
For Local Pama. Ijiaien..a. !MW. 'MD''9;'
ilJf ,.?to'.a .rm d-. .,. and acre. . f
pianta and ihrubs.
rece nt." pre.. !' cent, lor me l .. !r . a ;r
r I :ir tlv. rat. ally -rapped and warr.nte.1. I
by IVEtk-l i l'eri tB. l'ropr.etor.. Bo.ton. --- ,
bj.t i el. satAwiui
Hi:rn"rix 1 thk i-hicks m
lictum to Hate Charged Hv
fore th War,
XVivw will now hv rlraiifil
lor SI.0 litHirud of r.'.
ill! watch ami iSmt rcimlxlnc
aiipcriaiuitic I" ihr hain-Hs
auvaiu ed ittirfnu ihr war, now
Joiu- at tUv old tarill. In
laaUtnc thN rlianct I uMi 10
n that S lisivc no drlr- to rat
nndrr irir, alj rliursinc "h
saiar iih la Hailaad and othrr
louns, and liavr dotir w lint
ronrirntioiil) hrllrvo the times
True Ratiroad Time kept here
Fob3.tiwt . U'lMiVS'I!.
ADl DKALE1U IN
i.nms. Ti:iii:ci"ir ikw,
nti;ui..-coci i:ir,.n..i i.vu.ii.
VAiiif-.TY or t it 3I i.
In addition lu uab.ve. e hai.pnt In a larir.
assortment ...'KKAStb MHULUINUS and will htn
atlr make all k.nrt.o! etjlABt. I-RAMUS u. nroer
elieepvr thaa was e.er mad in this city. Part
bavlbS pictures u Irame will do wew to
Give it. 11 cttli.
MOULDING snldmtae strip In any qnant't.
Vlbtsdmleo: resid.nc... lurnilur., macti.nery.
tU., at sUort not c PIlTCKIul a p ed and n
lar.ed and toUlM in colors or Indi 1st. a spt
L. G SuRFHASI & CO.,
OOR-NtR UJ1URCU Ai BAUK KT8.,
Mar 17 du
A ? W OO D9
P il O TO GJixt 111 1M9
itn 4nH Eilo'k, ,CIUircJi .strrl.
may IT i'
KISSErVUEX, V1CUV A1)
ON DRAUGHT AT
CtiSXUAI. lj;UC STOU1C.
May II 43U"t:
FIULiys COA'Tl'.n VIVE,
A. rii:i.is JU., - - Jl Kivili, VT.
d ;j ii
lirliifs the decisive lllec
tiona in Ohio, Indiana, Geor
gia f lo tea . Nebraska , and
West Virginia, ivh ich wilt
foreshadow the result of the
Justoiicncti, a ow liuc ot
Hamburg Embroideries, j
choice patterns and lino
goods, at yc ler cent less
than our low prices early in
the season. Call and &eo
In great variety, at low
prices. One lot ot Piques
marked down lrom 37
and 41i cents, to 25 cents per
yard. Dress Linens, X'ercales,
Cambrics, Vonlards, &c. Alic.
A low nice Parasols with
out regard to cost. Medium
priced Parasols lower than
ever, to close our .stock.
At Keduccd Prices.
Domestic Cotton Goods,
At prices that will pay people
to buy them, and many other j
goods that we want to s-ell.
l.Vi CIUTKCK HTKnET.
Bl RUTieTON. VT.
July 1 dt'
a ill ii '-e
lh ons-foorth the u'Utl
1- uf.ns oar
! Patent Slate Paint,
MIXED RE1Y FOR UsE.
A rjfif ttav I e Trd with a very cbrap ihmsle,
aiiil t ai f'N-at 0: thi? eUt t inirt U, iat
:n m to -' rars tM n U cn be tcbi ait
- iitel . - k-ci mDchletteraiil Ist.n2linsr taau
! new tii u.'iei itut lh iate for
! Onr-Thlnl the Coot f Itrohlm.llHC
Tbr mmdw 'f lat new ahinrlea la ahoot
the tst . f -,mplj U:n ibem.
, 1 u i.r a' Dft fparkf and tlm;
The bft'.Bt 10 riBC
; embers, m my iw
I vAi t?tu i ai.y one.
1 ir vnn's i;vn:v 1,1: k.
Anl r vn nl in n baa no eqoa , a it expauflj by
beat c utrsrte b c M.and .nlriitKor sealff
h'-' -fc. tre-l w tn lir bbraihlmr Felt can be mue
mur t ;r.t at a -mail capeon, and prewrreU xr
Th 3 blite Paint 11
TwueaUoDiwllcuera hundred aqitare :eet i
hinlerwf.watlewitw irw. :eit. matcbed boaidf,
1 ra fmutb iur.ece, from two quart to 1 one
Cillwn rrmuisl to lort rqoara 01 aarfee.
ana ul boarU ifteP'nt haawry body.t Seail-
plied witti a briuh
AoTnr U ued In ll! tintloUloii,
Tberefore :t nciitaer crackf in Winter, nor run 1a
bumu.tr. ... a
on decayed nzle? U fi!H up the hole and
port, and givei uew n iunul ro,f tnl will
Uat ;.r er. 41 mlch or vrtt ihmsle it
l.riuK- U tl.wsr pUif, nd ketM! tbm tbeie. It
filH up 1 bulrs n Felt lonf, toDB tbe leaks nd
dllfcc u.h 1 w arer, rit n tioes not aOVetil a Ie
huurn itr pW '05- A nearly all p nu tttat
are hittt-K o ntam Ta, be sar ou ontain our 0i
LiM Article, wtncii i lor uumjlo tuvfg ) .1
Wtitti first appl ed. cbaneins in about montli tn
a uuiform 1aUj o .er. and a to all mtraUaad mr
pOtKK hLATt. ' n
Oor ri c i'.nr ! usually preferred, a une .' '
euil lu are ! an urdinar paint For
Our bright bid is the only reliable Matralnttrer
mtruduced taat wilt effectually preTeat dampoeifl
lrt-iu ittri:oj and diMoloriniethe platter.
1 brde .ainta are aleo iarly ue4 on iat-boaMi
anu .encr. or as a priming nnnw uu nuA.sal,.
Our only viora are ch'jcoiuat,
Rid and Oram.e.
m:u' IOHK C.tI!
h Oallo&s. can and box
jit ' h-il-barrel 1 t
4 1 van barrel o
We have in tack,of oor own raaDchetare, roofing
material, Ac , at the ti llowtnx low pneee.
iirm) ro:ls extra Hnbber iVonii; i 3oenti per
Kiuare foot (Or we will nraiah Kobber hoifias,
'.itii. caps, and Slate Paint lur an entire Lew roi,
at 4 cents per Mioare tot )
a.-.r .lir.J-ply Tarred lUoBn;- Felt, at li cents
per rqnartt lout.
4-0, ro.U.I ply Tarred r.oonnx Felt, at 21 ctr.U
per MUare Nk4.
rollt Tarred fcUoitblni, at i cent pr iqaare
foul , , ,
uooi) gallons tine Koitntl Paifit, mixed ready for
use on losede or ouuide wort, at $i er rail on.
bend for rattpiecad of color. All uranri most
be arcoirpdDiHi with the money or aaiiaiaetory aity
reftreLCea. o soodi shipped C. 0. 1., unlM ex
pa cm charge1 are guaraateut.
Sample orders solicited.
v. Man; rtnr coiim.m",
Itti 4 101 aiaidtu Laoe.New Vora.
The Koliirtviiis i'rtiperty
nutt und wiU ho oh within
thu next GO ilayt :
Twohundrtd and fllty thousand feet of inunMipis
of o&o hundred and Ulty dlilcreot patterna at ball
price-, 2.000 pair of lilmds at one dollar a pair;
inside blinds, ash, black walnut and butternut, at
seventy-tlve cents afoot, pine, thirty-fire centa
a loot, AtiOof lour lighted windows 1 inch and
three ei -ht th'ck. liu tush Ircia IZlii to 16x31, o.
1 I. at fiocenta a w ncuw , lour liehted It inch thick.
csmmcn cah Irtm laxil t U3a. ai cenrumn
dow. ahn liehts of 7x9 f-ash, at three cents a
hsht, lit.np lisLts lrom 9xW to luxlisaflh, at four
cetiU a hfbt.
1.1.17,1:11 Mnnnvi or uiyFKii-
INT MZM ,0.'VHTATl4Y A
IIAMt AMI auli: Tl Htt)KH,
3,(k doors, prices frem Wcents to J5.ta door
brackets and suir stock of ecry dewinption and
and all styles of house finish made to order
at tui; j,vvi;vr oami vkiceh,
AIho the lollowiii real e.state
in liurlingtoii :
rive tcn3iQt koufes
one lvt of two acred on LaVe
Hi;.l. KTATK I.H VIIMHI.
The two east storei in Vlnooiki Block t ote rwant
lot In the rear of tho bltck, at the Wuaver llouie
Ftead. 1:. v. chai:
Hurltns Inn , Vu, M a Y d A tf
Riaiona wliy we should sell Carriages cheaper than
I any cue ol&e In tho bUte.
1. Wr !u- for lift Caali.
a. IVcbuy tllrrct Trtmit hetl hiiu fart 11 rrre.
j :i. Vr imr tn lartc Unii title.
I l. Ottr rriit la Aotliluic.
! 5. OiirtlmeltAothluK.
' II. U'c itn nut expert to get rlell the first
yenr, r e.tu mnke n lit Uifr ly aellln
1 T. W'v aril for cah or it enlialeMt.
I Ktasoos why prt'e wIU consult tbt-ir t-wnlntercst
I by buy inx of na.
1. IVe buj- notlJii(C but warrant! Work.
2. We warrant all w sell.
o. We are permanent reahlenta of tlila
Town and state, and arc responsible
to the buyer for every Carriage aoltl,
4. You rnn no risk In buying of ua.
3. Ve keep the larseitatockln the htate
Coae and lee ni at bhslbara Village.
July fr-dlwif BbJlbMn' Vt.
fVV . .
OFFICE TECEU BLOCK, COLLEGE STRLET.
Oi' IIUKLIWOTOX, VIIIIJIOW,
AVho AVrilo Policies Against
Loss or J)a)ii(i(c by Fire and
tlcn. Ins. At.
-A- . .
r.ullal Illr.tnt..l, (irtll,lMU.OOO.
Ir is sor rr.n .ht : fat ho.et ron
lUDHAKlS 1J 1S1U. .AI AID tJIUALC
WE ARK SOLS AGENTS FUR THE
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TbU 11 tbe U-ntii L e It.suruce t ompany tn the
niKTKouy UHinr-M ixm. ro j,ooo.
Ah policies are wuHi! it.. office, and we pay all
lr:ieDere 'n currer ain? r sp'id when doired.
Orfleri ry nn .'rt- ;raiin promptly atteniedto.
No he " Pol c.e ur rinrey.
6RIH'-L! KKLSSELL, A?eaJ.
Jane aic4wt: Barnnctott. t.
DOWN THEY (JO!
Bt Tea, ot- .
L lrai rfriocti n 1
were b. nht d rect r 1
. .jr.-e. 1'".
1 nun; : c
7 lib iMVll
rs and are ood
.1 a 1 .1 cori'i: 1:
AT -. CrjNT-l. 1L1 THICK h CENTS.
l- on ' at eenn.
TnrkN 1 it 1 'j
Bashel lotc Hti 1 tu - t
This uie.in 1 u- up--.
ttKbm.N. JONES & BROS..
C". ee tt , Lurl ntun, Vt.
Lyman Woollen Mills
Ianiti wrife'TrzWulrf ail kinds 1
faeture .-r a rsct.ai ;e ''r C'.oth.
I atu Jiacu jctur.n; a fall hue of
Maiiav. Marcb 1
HAN " U-1I, KKM T
ABEL K LK hMU'Rl'I! A M., I'r u
New:tatu-f- - 'V .-" iu'i'.vi.fl)u
doubled, anl i'rt-p f-
f a.l Term o''i mci.t Wf. V- . i ontih Tu8't ly
Id 4u;ut r 1 n -.''.! :u.wln in Febru
ary . 1 uit.- n ' 1 jtJ-r,i
Jf'icld's Aqueduct 1'ipe
Is bored tr.-m the SOLID TIJUICR. thoroughly
tested by actual pn-ssu'e, heavily ctated with
HARD COAL TAIL J!nu facta red by
a. rir.i.D, Jit.
- - ji:iiiciiii. vt.
O for Pamphlet of M' laces, containing lists of
W newspai-ers. an.1 eititnates showln; trs: of
dvertislnc Mareb lu. lo:o. wly
il ELD'S COATED VIVE
Is tho SAFEST and SHWT MTRAHLH Auedu:t
in use. Alanuisetured by
A. KIi:i.l. Jit., - - J 1 1 It I I'll (I. VT.
A H applicnt on will Ik insde at the nest sess'on
J. ol the iien.nl A-.eml,iy, lo at-.l sit lheto.it
of ttolton. and annts it to Jerieh.. Richmond and
tVaterlmry. 8. A. HLWK.
boltiji, Aur. Mh. l"fi -wjw
Augusta, Maine Auwt S
to Agents. Samples
1'. O. VRKKtiY.
Jn .November comes the tug
Till then every Vermonter
ivill icant a daily paper. The
Burlington EllEE VliESS
C- TIMES publishes two
editions dally, with latest
Telegraphic despatch es,
Home and General yews,
Ileports of the doings of the
Legislature, lc, etc. Keep
posted by tailing the EREE
VJIESS A TIMES. See spec
ial campaign rates. Take a
good Weekly for winter read
ing. Hone better than the
WEEKLY FREE VliESS.
INTO HULLS IN Til E BEST ifiP A ' 1 v
reee ved at ve;erine ana orsuM, i -ct i
: . -el ..re. i s I
F F.LT3IAS. I
Iline.bnrih. I Jue.'l I V y 3 '
tnr Chicago asd soara vf2STiaa railwat
Embaree. nnderone manament tie firjat Tranlt
Hallway Lines of tbe WfcaT and r-ORTIlWEaT.
and, with Its numerous branches and eenneetlonl.
forms the shortest and quickest route between
Chlcaio and all point, in lllin.Is. WIMonsln.
orthern Jliebisan. Minnesota, jowa, Nebraska
Calilornia and the Western Territories. Its
OMtllA AD CAUFOEMi UXE
Is tbe shortest and best route for all points la
Northern Illinois, Iowa, Hakota. Nebraska, Wyom
Ins. Colorado, Utah, fevada, California, Oregon,
China, Japan, and Australia. Its
UlICAfiO, MID1S0X AND ST. PAU UZ
Is the shortest lino for northwestern Wisconsin
and Minncota, and for JLidison. M. l'aul, Jiinne
apolis, lluluta, and all poinU in the ;rost ruTtn
west. Its ...
vmoMAXDsT. rriEC ue
Is tbe only route for Winona. Ttocliester, Owat una,
Slankato, be l'oter. r.ew Uitn, and all points m
Southern and Central Minnesota. Its
(,EEE niT AMI 51 IKQf ETTE UT.
Is llieonlv l'nefer Janesrilie. Watertown.Fondpu
Lac. Oshkosh. Appleton, Ureen by. tsonilit,
Nesaunee, llarquette, Uonbton, Hancock, and the
(.ate cupenor uountry. us
i r.EEror.T and iiinrqcs mi
Is tho only route for Kllin, Kock-'ord, Ireeport,
and all points via Kreeport Its
(IliritiO AND MILvt At hr E Lltr.
Is tbe old Lake Chore Route. an1 is the omy one
nasslni: throusi KTanslon. LaKe roreat, .nuiaiex
lark, Waukoan, liac ne, ieeno-ua 10 ji.u,e
ar.mnr.li all tniilS of the TX)11.
tween Chicago and fct. l'aul or Cuica;t ami 31. l
waulee, or CIiicao ami Wmoaa.
a li'inii Mir SWrjers c.oiioct with tbe Orer-
Un.l?.i...iieiB(.n the Union racifie lUUroad fur all !
pumts west of tao Muauun River.
On th arriTal of tho trains from th Kt or ;
Stjoth, the trains of the UUtttSo Ui-Hoitni
Jtauway icava 1 1111 im ",u
For CtlfNCIL BtUrs, (Will .."4 riLlFOUMl,
Two tl.i..iin trams l'ly, wun -uiim nim
For ST. rilL and MINE..P0U, Two thnwjli
trains daily, wttii lullman l"aUca Oara atuchud
on loth trains.
For(.W.LN BIT and L-KE STPFRIOB, Two train
daily, wiUi Tulluiau Paiac Cars aiuwbul, and run
nia tbruub to Marquette.
For SlILWUhFF, Tour through train diily.
Pullman Cars on nl;ht traina, turlur tbair wr
on day trains.
For hi M7 1 ard HW and m nts .n Minns
Koti. Ore turouj-h tmln d.uy.witli rullu.in31fei
eta to Mnuca.
For m.'.llJIK, via FreejH.rt. Two thr.c-h trains
dailj , with i'uliinan Cars on msht train.
For binrOTF. and LI (RssF, .u Clinton. Two
through traiuada.l, vitU fuiluiaii Cars i n oisnt
tram to Ift-res;nr, lows.
For SIOIl (ITVand WIU Twu trains dally.
Pullman i ars to ftliwun Vale Juncl on.
rur LlkK CKNM . F.ur trains driv. .....
Y't UUlhMIKU, nUUM., kLOMI, JlKN
TILIF, and other jiiriiita, )'! cau haFs irna two to
tea trains dail).
Hew York Office. No. 415 Proadway . It-rttmOfflce.
Hn w auto Mreet, Omaha Otbiw. - -i Farnbam
iitroet baa atrmiciseu 'tnce. l-'L Slontsmery
bireet Chieaso Ticaet Otfijo, tJ Cl irk hirtet; un
der tberinn House. c--rar Canal ant Madison
fctret-tn, Kimiebtrt!t bfpot, corner W.K naiaol
Cacal Mreetfl . W ells ttrwit lViot, ccruer Woli and
Kns e btrect..
tr rates "-r informat.'in n t uta.naM iroia
3-,urhom t.cket a;uif,
W. II. ST1A.M.TT,
Genera. PaJen.'er A-eLt, Chiau..
MAUVn III. II ITT,
(eberal buoennt:n.ent, Chicago.
Feb. 1". i K. w to Jan l ,1-".
riio TttC WOHItlM. t t can
1 'urti -ti eiup!' yittr.t al wh cli u can make
rry lure fay. -cyfur tw .u't.(.es. witbout
t ds awjy lri m b"ioe over 1. ht A: tt.
wanted Df.m town ardct.unry take suhsrnb
tr tiie Centenn Ilw-rd. tiie srtut pobli.a
t -.11 n the In :d Ms'i pajf. ' 1 eolumn.
h ejant l.lo-trated lenn- . n!y $ I per ear
The Rec rd . ne.td t" whatner is . t "nterest
cimncrtc! w Hi t.ie t'et.ti-nn a. jt The tiret
l"Xtit..t '-n it Ph.udi-.pb a n -u. v .u-iriwiu
OeU 1. t very l-dy lit t 1 Le hw people leel
ireat nteret m tcr Coontrv IVptcnmai Birth
day and wnt l know a.l atM.ot t An eiejani
patr t c crajun oraw ns Tiu.utu p ci y
tinted Iree t each cul'-cr rwr. It entitled. In
Refuemt-erarie u the One Hunlrtiit.i Anniversary
ot the Independence of the tnitwl bUte." tlie. 23
by .m iLilie-. Aty one cau lecome a snceeaslnl
iTiit, I. r but i-ln'w tli pj.er jud p cture and hun-dmi-
1: -Mitt-cr ber- are a- .v -Ma ned erery
wt.ere. 1 Lere '5 nv lume tut w ii pay hie this
at prenert vwtj have many arnt who are making
ash ih .is J.-tiier day and utm'V Now is the
time I n t dela . FenUit-er t -t nothiai to
ivethe business 1 tnal snl :-r vur eircalars.
t-rms. and -amp. vpy .' piier. whih aretent
fne to li wh "appiy . 1 1 -da . tompleteont
Ht . I.. th.e mhu nrr iia ti eo'a' Farmers
nd utei'hib is. ar.-l t'.t? r s-b" nd -lau.i.teti make
theery iie-t ams. Aidi".
1 UK CtMwMAL Rr.C0RI.
June .3 w:. Iri!an'.3a u
P EXTENT. I ITS
It act firt bv oTercvfn ns 'r V e m .dest manner
all tu lei, v toc-rwt pat cn.tli :i h it .treat tonic
and mvrot-at ns untuert ' rft- '? V heal to
the deb Meted an-! writpne.l j.--f-'. We have han-
credjufcert hea cores when a . .-e had .ai.ed
Kii.vi;v com ri.AiM
Of a'-ldescript'ons are rel errd atoc-e and oeedily
cured. Tb.W"nderful ecUide toui-'ond eems
intende-t by nature U r the cur . a., d -ea-es
the Kidney, caused by weakue- ami deb i ty. Its
znt Umv pnwer" are et.pt. a d ti-ctl t.i the
remoral of this 'ae.-t-f d ceases, and t hn.d t
u-ed without delays. eTetj per-"n snflerni from
weak or d.eaed k.dneys. or at y aieeaoe v. tbe
Ct.--TIIATII-X is lTKi:ii,
No matter how severe, or i .' hw .rn; etand n.-. by
tbTaseof th s med.cne. A a cathart c. t i- etfect
lve without debititat'nr. carries .rttili impor.nes.
and is at the same time as uur b n': and heal n
as any art.cle r-1 food we eat tte have cert ticates
rrou some of the mMt severe ca-e- bed-ridden
person-, and other who have sultered :cr yars
witnunt help Relief is wrr.ntMi n every ease,
and by pers'itent b- a cure w il -urely he effected
Cons ti pal -n. soreness and pressure f the bowels
is generally the prei-umr f i lrra f disease,
and the reaii.l i'' wbich 'ne her s"i ..r o' what
ever ace. by the Kinai fti-BT U ; .e t"Be and
strei.th tutl.edeb ,itate.l tni.
fy-!" retjne-ted.wtj 1 wnd a w- t(-n iar intee
to n fund t ie uit-nt-y the prr-n mW nr t U r
trial til lh.- med . ne : r .hi w d -rases, s not
lr $i i t pu'. r r t e 1 a 1 ru-
:-. ter, i. -M' i re e t u ue by
i AGENTS WANTED
SEND TOR TF(ICE. L iT
teVIN SAFE SCALE CO.
265 BROADYA Y N.Y.
121 CHESTNUT ST. PHI LA.PA.
Ill SENECA ST. CLEVE. 0.
March jo wly
FIELD'S COATED VIVE,
Is WARRANTED to Hand any piwure desired,
while the heavy coitmi COMPLETELY TRO
TF.CTS the' t'mlier tr, 'n the si. !. rendering it
INDE3TRCCTABL1: -il.iro.s all orders o
A. nr.i.ii. Jit..
J Itll'HIl, VT.
rre;aro. for Imiticdialo I''.
207 Heart Street,
We warrant the follow In j advantas In the tue
of our Paints
They will PROVE SlORK DURABLE, and will
present a rood appearanco after pure white led,
mliedlathe oruinary way, cas aecuHK wasaxu
PROM THE WOOD.
Two coats of our Taint are sufficient where three
coats of other paints would be required.
The body or coTericp capacity is superior rbcsn
for roc or m measche. Our Paints will cover
more surface than pure It bite Lead.
The consumer takes no m.c in ujinr them as wa
guarantee satisfaction ard will repaint any build
In; with English 1!. II. white lean cr any other, ip
oua pa Lira do not prore perfectly ratistactory.
Sample Cards, Ac, sent upon application.
FOR BALK AT WHOLESALE BV
WEalv KICIIAKDSO & CO.,
ft f TO Fer iiy at borne. Samples worth
9tl . Cs6U $t free. bnvosiJfc Co, trtlana.
uiMMarcA W, ItW6. wly
REM I ;Y FOR
KK UAKU i l tf . i
iwtifa I oar tint ui ,
While for Ihc Human ratnilJ
Yellow for If orscs and Anlniaf.
Th.a. Linlm.nt. ar. limply l! wcnl.rof th.
.o.M. Their trt. ire little less thin
yet thei.ir. some thiols hih they 1U not do.
They will not onre cancer or menl brotea hones,
bat they will ilys Uir P'-- .Z
stn!ihtenedlln:ers earl chronio rl.eoi.atUm o.
many years' sundinr. and taken the pain from
terrible bnrm and scalds, which his never Men
done by any other article,
TI1IS WnlTE LINIMENT is for the human
family. It will drlre RsnmiTiif, Sciatica ana
Neunliia from the system ; esreLnmhiso, Chil
blains. Palsy, lteh. and most Cutaneous Eruptions.
It .nimi mosT from froien hands and
feet, and the roiso. of bites and stinu of itnomcus
reptiles , it subdues Swelling and aUeriites piin
of erery kind,
v...., -p.ni..a ft . the most potent rei
edy ever discovered. The Centiur Liniment Is used
w.th creat efficacy for Sore Tnroat. ro.-aeue.
Caked Breasts, Eir-aeie. and Weak Back. The
fcllowini is but a sample or numerous lesum..""-
I think It my duty to inform you 'J1'"',
sullir.l much with Bwoollen leet aod.thoraj; . i
have not been free frcni these swe.lm; ' In
jears. Sow I am ir:ectly well, thanks jo the
Centaur Liniment. Tho Liniment oo:ht to 1 R
pliwl warm. iii.jamm Le.'.
Tho proof is In ito trial. It U reliable, it is
handy. It is cben, and every family should hariu
To the sick and bed-ridden, tho hnlt and lame,
tho wounded and sore, we say. Com. and
To the poor and distressed who uase spent their
money for worthless mediolnes. a bottle of Centaur
Liniment will bo siren without char;..
The Vclloiv :ciJl:mr I.iniiiK'nt
Is adapted to tho Uu;h muscles, cords and flesh
of Houses a-sd AnnAUl. It has perlormou moro
onderful curs of Eparin, BtrAin. iiw-uau.
Scratches, Sweeney, ind -.nerll Uineness.thao all
other remedies in existence. Kesd what the Ereat
Expressmen say of It .
New York, January I. 1.
Every owner of horses thoula isethC.r.taur
Liniment a trial, t.e consider it th. bes: artioie
ever used in our stables.
"11. MAKMI. bupl. Aaams r-i. wioiw. ... i .
"K. HliLTZ. fupl. C s. tx.btabie 1.
"ALBM'.T S.ULlN'.Supt.Nat. El.atibles,M..'
"MosToomiir. ola.. Aui- 17, l:.
'Hehtlimis, 1 have u4 over oee srws ol Cn
taur Liniment, ollow wrapper, on the mules ol my
plantation, besides dnens tho fam.ly Liniment
I.r m ne'Toee I want to purchase it at the wnt.Ie
ale price, and will thank jou to ship uie by Sav
.nn.K rone e-rusa of each kinu. Mess. A.
T. Stewart A o.wiil pay your bill on presentation.
Itespectluliy, ja.aa i,.o.
Tl,. lu.t tuttrnns of th,s Liniment ar. Ferrers
and Veterinary burgeons. It heals lialls, H.nn.s
and Toll-evil, removes awellmifS. and is worth
million" of doilors to runners, Liver-xen. btock
irowers, bheep-raisers, and those biv.nj horses or
KhataFarrer einnot do for $.o the CenUnr
Liniment will do at a trinm; cost.
These Liniments are warrs-ited by the proprietors
and a bottle will bo Jlven to any rarrl.r or rnjei
clan who desires to test thw. Sold everj where.
Laboratory ol J. E. ittse A. Co .
16 Itr St . Nrw Vori.
Is a pieaaatt and perfect rabflt.tate, in a'l case, fcr
CasTR Oil Castona is the reiatt of an old phys
ician's effort to produce, for his own practice, an
efftctiTe cathartic, pleasant tu tho taste and Ire
Ir. camuel Pi-xher. of llyann s, traccseded in
combmln -. without tbe use or alcohol, a purgative
a;ent as pleasant to take as honey, anl which
potatoes all the fiestrable propertied of CaaterOiL
11 is adapted to ail a ;;&, but .s eepecially rfflom-
mended to mothers as a reliable remedy for all
disorders of the stomach and bowels of children.
i certain, agreeable, absolutely hariuleaa, and
cheap. It shoa'd be used for wis touc, soar
stomach, norms. eostiTenesi, croup, -vc. then cbti-
dren can bare aleep and hotsebh may rest.
J. B. rioae & Co.. 46 ly btreet. New York, are
the sole preparers of Castoria, alter Ir. riteher's
An;. U w3m
btnkcs at too root of d.sea.e by purif ibj th.
bli.d. restor nz tne liver and Hdnejslo healthy
action. invliraUn; the nervous system.
IsnotaTila, naaseotu cooiopA.&d which s.mplr
purges the bowels, bat a safe, plea-ant remedy
which la srtr to purify the blood and thereoy re
store tb health.
Is now prescribed in cai-es ol Serofu'a and other
d.reafre the blood, by many ol the beet physi
eiatia, owin: to ita sreat sneoeas in curinjalldla
easee of thta Bature.
Pnes not dr re m Tallds into false hooes by pur; 04
and creatm; a fictitious appetite but aMtsU nature
in clearing aad purify ins tbe whole system, leadittf
the patient gradually t peneci heaUiu
Was looked upon as an experiment fur fomet.aie
by some of thebet of our physician, but those
niont incredulous in rerrard to its merit are now its
most ardent friends and supporters.
Instead of beinz a puffed-op medicine ha worked
Its way up to its present iomshis staereeaby
actual mnt in cunn; all diatt of the blood, of
Says a Bostoa phys'cian, "has no e)uil as a blood
purifier, lleannr cf its many wondenal cures, alter
all other remedies had failed. I vsited the laboratory
and conv -need myse f of its genuine a-ent. It 1
prepared frout barks, roots and Lcrbe.each of wb ch
is highly elective, and they are compounded 1a
such a manner as to produce anUmuhlc. results.'
Isackm.wledcfrl sod recommended by physicians
and apothecaries to be the best purifier and olein-er
of the blood let discovered, anu tbocsands t peak. In
I its praise wau have leen restoren to health.
What is Needed.
Ecstot, Feb. U, 1-171.
ilr IL IL CTCVCHS.
J,ear bir About one year since I found myself la
a feeble oonditiun truin general debility. VHiE
TINL was strcn:ly ree -mmended to m by a friend
who tad been much bn fitted by itue. I pro
cured the article and a ter using several Dotties,
was reitored to health and disoontlnued its u-e. 1
'eei quite ccufidect that there is do medicine supe
r r to it lir iaiM euixDlaiots lor whieti it is esuec-
talir prepared, and woulacneerfully reaDineivt it
to tno-e wno leei mar, iary nccu oouieiuiu u ic-
store them to perlect neaitn.
U. U rmiNGILL.
F.rm cfS. St. Pettln-rtll fc Co., 10 State at., Bvettn.
Clans. an. Kor.Cfi, HT2.
sir II. It. SttTEs .
Dear S.r-1 he two bottles ef VEC KTINE furnished
me by your arent, my wito has used with creat
tor a lonz time she has been troubled with dirti
ness and ooemenea ; tbee troubles ate now en
tire H remoTtd by the ue of VfcuKTl.N K.
bhe was aho tronb.td .th Dxtpepsia and (!ec-
eral X'eblliiy . anu cas oeen reaiiy neneniieu.
'iilUa. tilLSlUliUl Ualnut&treeU
ri:i;i .mv.sili' a ii:iv 3ia.
Xatick, IVlass., Jane 1st, 1572.
Iearb!r Thtcurh the adrice and earnest rer-
suaiion o Rev K. b. Hott, of this place. I hare been
taking VEutTlEfor Dvsoeosu. of which 1 hare
suffered for years. 1 hate usel only two buttles
and airtaay net my sen arewman.
Kespectfully, Uli. J. W CARTKU.
KKIMUIT VltOM A lIt AOTI t'A I
C 1 1 1 1 u I sT A.M A 1' O 1 1 1 1.C.a ill.
Eosth. Jan. I. iitl.
Dear Sir This I? to certify that I have sold at
retail IM1 dcxen(ll! loities)or your Vt.lic.TlNE
sli.ee April tvtfi, 1670, and cau truly say taai it n
iiTen the best sat s'actionof ant tmedy for th
complaints tor which it Is recommended, that 1 err
sola. Scarcely a day past.es without some of my
customers tettify In tons merits on theinselvcsor
their Iriends. 1 am per ectly cozmzant ef several
(Uses of brofulous lumois beln enred by VtOr-
1 ir t. aione m tnis Tianuy.
Very respectfully yours.
To II. IL STcTCJia. Esq.
VLUTINE 13 1?0M BV ALU JklJl.t.IsTtS.
Aup. IT. da 1 m
iuiAi royjyjut act.
I am sull endearorinr to cater tn the wants of the
people in the lined
Hooks, Stationer a, Games.
Artists? JIateriats, Jfancg
Goods, &C; ct'tr..
And hereby answ eall attention to my stock which
isretiletewUhairtfctr.it tor n.e mil beantv.
1 hare recently possessea myself 01 tho Hsht of
mib, tor mo uity 01 uriin';iou,ior ver uwniuio
uouaenoia arucie, canoa a
VEGETABLE SL1 GEE,
Which can be seen and bought it my Store.
1 MOT IAII.TO OErONE.
lEAllV II. 1SAVIV,
Jaly !t! 4S Church et.
flf vrrv dofrrintln t lnwf.t nrltrca.
We manntacture cur own otdj and are bound by
no mm M nation.
displays lor cities and towta furnished at short
Has? Lanterns, Balloon. Masks, Ac.
Political clubs furnished with tiajs ami Fire
Celebrate lite Centennial.
wo. oa cuAiacv btbkct, bosxo.i.
Ott tii. rleim wf ... "
And the wild
AM the state!
Withiu ant iu
Toe swallows h-.ver
Vmm over th- sir
And the cap i tbo
To the hum a, .
The lark. In .ly .
inrs op m the .1 -
Cut the li rjM .9 n
In tho'B dear t i
Twas her that N -Like
mi. c a i.
And her w, t,.i
iladu r t'ier tLe
Cut now i its n n
The u.ai- t n-
And .t 1 e- like i n
Vthen tuc ii.lit .
All huslnd s tip'i
'lht ertnjl t -
The cha r- are n w
And luv lA-art'i .
Yet the .). I hid i
o litart ''at in
and the ii.p. i.
in tn - lL..r li-iue
Itut thev w.i; one
M,d the t 'Im -
Ther s a z vo 'jr
Tto? 1. u.- iii.
. . I i
It wa a war. h -.r
I ii dfil m tue . y 1
lliw Q'uy -1 t.e H wer
It le-n-d I k- iuii: . i
Uh t -a t 3 i
I stretcUl i . arms : r
1 turned tt. tLn en . i:
A Tintin, h, ' t r h iiN !
low bean, .t ca. i l
Il tx.rc y uura '. rea- i .
I .to -pad to tlie h- ary w
l n. wept tui it 'ia:i
It ibed in me, ' a r.
Whattsi.tr' u do, or i
Let me ' -tr v n. uit
The Illuht Ihla la in i
It warc"trtpJ tin.
clan- iu the li-j-.tjl . i
houc. the ntht-r i i . 1
Ijid in oce the w u
euoditiun. 'ihc our-' i
iienMMf f r cwi i
haJ tried mum ii r
u.J that it w.- ir tl 1
va under tiic ii.tl . r
n.trcutic rl.:i(- l.r Ii
of laudanum, lit- -...1
neceary that th; ui.. r
bcrc-u-ficaU-d at "(i
of hit UfPi-unt- t ) t -ft.
batten nnd :it-i !y it t . t
recercd 'I nc a i-t i u
pital with tf'c lutit r .
stopped lur nifw ut -When
they rcai-hci ti .
placed the battery un t'.i
p-itientV ank'e, tl.
aruund it. When t . . .
toey turned un tue . ir t
-eomd Utcr the r
patient ihjdnde 1 '
and, a it aj.e
cnd shx'k ent it up
mean time eieUiunn -
Oh ' Thunder ai.d 1.: .tn i
AW-WuW-Ww ! An-.T -i
kill me ' t men.iul M
When he t.auie aouu ;
doctors turned tit
remark that they jju. 1
enough. Then one vt thftii
tow he felt, and attempt. 1
Iiat the iat. nt. turi-m- w
"Vou diatmiiral -.mi it"
mean by hitohioj; that t..
manner, -ay '
NuW be aim," aiJ :
right; you'll be tictter l.n '
Itut it i-n"taii rirbt I
knock our head ofl tr a
that internal math inc. )
.My trier i. i.n ; tx i
the doctor. u'c
way, and we ran the iMrrti.
to brin; you la k to lite. '
'Urine mr ua t i
must be crazy, liu'k t
more dead than thi wtr.
Now. keep cw! i 1 '
conscious fur twenty. -tir ,i
poi-oomg. no duu't. "
trom an early irnve It
-have I ever -aw. It w..-. ut n
AVell, well, n tin- dmi'ii'
You took me t.r the nun n w tr 1
I'm one ot the ker-r- - t t'k i-j
lay down :i th - bt'l ' r .1 n.u
vou're alter i- Ter m it r "
Well, now, I h.ite i.f ir i i
my life, but tin- take- t' - i
And I sue yo'i w.irnin i:.
around wjtti tr aip-iri
ItCTiment1 on me, l it w rt.: i
The doctor- ni ved i
nht man, while the ket i .
hunt a dir to kick t- r .
Mr. tl ibiiw-n (-ay- t! i'
wenti'Ut to ttie o":ut
alter the interment ! ii.- w
interTiew with the jj.eriiir
What are your reui it
monument in tin- c i'i r-
"Well, we 1 irdly li.u v
AYe lot pe pled pri'-ty mu
'ou wouldn't nuiaf .i
1obnon, "it a man
thinj: oriin-il and n v
would you ' Ntmeihipj
44N-r no. I :ae- r. :
Weli . jou ec, H'Tn..
mon patriotic wum.'i . i
soldiers during tl,e wir. r l
knittinp fiidU-tidile t
tair. and 1 thought m it I -kind
of a red, white, ur ! 1
with .i bra eagl" o x- :
tli li in Ir m si p. i
PUt Hiill 1 i.Aii I i n
tone one -ia. itO'l ' f
iDiTton holding the i
dence in tn- hand on tt
this vtrik' vtii: '"
It wt. .id be un!t
Iut w. )tt I wanted t -ticularly
w.i-t know i1- -
would ou allow me to nuv
ahout 50 teet high ot - -i -that'd
-pread oer tl." jr t
Un, e- ' I - -e -ly
Oj, I don't mi'i 1 t
want i- to et weigh1, n t
it'll t heay ou the ;i j1 : .
'ou must have tl z ' -Mr?.
Kobiifcsin to Li.d - -her.'
"Well, lictwixt y-u .r i
actly ic bhe was oi t t -easy
women that u " l
you wanted her tt, and .
that mahe something i -!ueitate
her, and. I t
trutn, my idea was t r .-i f
monument that'd hold 1 :
keep her there, iu i.
want her hu-tnng '
towed awny as de.ul
'You are pruhah';.
have introduced un ua .r'i -nects
the Taults witii t
j-erMm return? to lile
a once go to the re- "
you know, is in a aul: r i- '
"You dont mean i .i
in-ont "that's win - - t
nnpvherc near her ' '
"Certainly she h.i- .
Scc here, now. I w.' i
to you prirate. '1 hr I :
liout to marry the A . 1 1 r 1
make any little arrange. .
otl that wiro tor a
icCtn is thorouglilv ! i '
" Can't do it. -ir
'Bcau. you mtc y
emb.urasiog it's gmi-i i
should come to and ' - '
alter me and Mr- 1 - 1
married. Now ;t
a common sen-e iz 1
iuutllc np tliat m.uhiif -some
kind ot a writ t. it r
won't resurrect, it'll "
al favor. Ij th cm -
"One old woman r -
sLc had tcen in the im' 1
"My gracious, m in.
away ! Why, it'- iwf 1
I believe 111 run Mr. i
her in the MctWi.-' 1
send fiver a m.m lr h r
Kit her in a tmie tO i
like the-e cemetem - .n 1
fanglel notions. S v
her olt when t'uit feii
Mr. Koriia.n n w
and Mrs. Jones and V
As tbat old b.md il
bis way past one of our
ing, a practical huntnr -the
back with a cine T
the oMt twUow raddeniy '
-truek tbtew wjajurs an- -w
if itfatfbewi''U.ree im m 4
Kata Minnad two Drole.--'"