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TUB BUnLlNOTON. V'V.. FREE PRESS, IT HID AY MOItNING, NOVEMBER 1G, 1883.
Sorrow itt sliL'iiniiiloiili 1 no I'ntiilllc
8IIENANIMAH, I'.i., .N'.iv. 1:). To-ilny
tho streets ttcrc crn.vtk-tl wllli people view
InK the ruins made by llirrnt GrejisUiil iv.
'Die bin mil ilisltlct covins live ncrrs. The
ruins arc nmuiitilerltiir, ami I'lulllli nn un
hcftllhy cnlor wlure several biitrhcr shops
wire situated. (Mure u Mcthuilisl chutdi
nmln l'risbjtcrlaii church stood, nothing; cnu
be seen but the b iro cellars. The work of
rilnilMiiu U brpin In n.otiy mrt In the
nurm district, i no jircuir nu 01 inc utisi.
ncss houC9 liml no Insurance nnil luso cverv.
thing. Mrs. Philip Wolf, who wnsnscucil
from n burning bulMing, ilk'il this morning
from fright, llir husbiunl who lust oil he
hnil Is almost frautlc with irrlif. Ocorce
iieiuon who linn ins les cut oil uy n coal
train. nlo illnl this mi.rnlui'. (linrm Wl.lt.
nkcr, as"il S3 year?, ht'l hW li'g I rolicn this
lliorillliir while rtmovniir nrltcUa from bum.
lug ruins. Patrick i)elar.cy, who lost ins
store and furniture Is so overcome with irilef
anil frlcht lint ho cannot lecovir. Jerry
O'Ncil, one of the bravest llrcmen of this
Place, received serious Injuries this liiornini;.
uy actum count vuu nouses wire Mc1tm3c.1l.
and 500 families nmilo honiih'fs anil destl
tute, cnuslng a loss of S3j0,(i0it. I'nntiiliii.
lions nrc coinlnsln fast from all sutl in.
The trc.tsurer of the uliif conunilb'i' h is
Kcilcil 510.000 anil scviral railoa'ls nf
provisions. Clothiim and bl.ink'.ts are most
Mills I'HOM lVASIIIMiTOV
Tlip llnllcil Mnli'fl 1 rcntlircrN Annual
WjieitiMiiux, 1). (!., Nov. 10. The nn.
nu.il report of the treasurer of the Unllcil
Stiles shows that there Ins been a decrease
ihirlcg the year In the receipts from customs
of $3,704,000, from the iiitern il rcvctiie of
$1,777,0?0, and from miscellaneous sources
SUV.1,000 i and nu Increase in the receipts
fiom the sales of public 1 mils of J3.20a.000.
' The total n t revenue during the year is
43!I8,!!S7,000 cr 50,238,000 less thin last
year. The net expenditures were 5205,103,
000, an increase over 18S2 of 57,437,000.
This increase added to the Amount of de.
crease In tho leccipts makes the reduction n
the surplus revenue 512.CO1.O0O. Thcrrln.
cipal Increase in expenditures wns In the nc.
couni 01 cimi ana miscellaneous expenses,
which amounted to S11.4SS.000. The ex.
peudilures on account of interest on the put),
lie debt fell 511,017,000 below- those of last
year, The general lnlnncc In the treasury
increased from $143,903,000 on September
H0.1S82, to 5103,232,000 on September 30,
1883. Thirc was a reduction of 541,000,000
uunue. 111c year 111 me oonus 01 na
tional banks deposited to si cute circulation.
Bonds to the amount of $131,000,000 wcrp
redeemed during the car. There were also
rcureei uy exchange Into 3 per cent bonds
9jui,wjs,uuu uoneis, tormerly bearing 3) per
cent. The number of foreign holders of rce-
istcrcil bonds diminished dining the year
from 1131. renrcscntine 530.000.000 to 411.1
holdiug 517,198,000. Of the 530 1,201,000 of,3
percent oonus morcman iwo-tiiinis werelield
in trust for rational banks at the close of the
year. On this point the tnasurer sivs tint
In Septemlcr, 1882, tho lirt call for 3 per
cents of which the banks had 5200,000,000
on deposit was made, and as fuithir calls
follow the bunks holding them will be re
quired to retire circulation Issued thereon or
substitute bonels of other loans, all of which
arc at a high premium. This inav icsult in
a substantial reduction of tlio lunk clrcula
tlju. Why the Vanllc Wan Scut.
Washington-, D. C, Nov. 13. At the
Proteus inquiry to-day, Lieut. Garlington
said he never siw the Instructions given
Commander Wildes, lie knew merely that a
vessel was to accompany him north and un
derstood from the slart that the Ynnllc was
not to interfere with or del ly Ihe Proteus.
In reply to a direct inquiry by tho com t, Lieut.
CJarllngton said the Yanllc was practically of
no use. "Why was she sent then!" "Well,
as I supposed merely to satisfy public opln
Ion." A Clinplnln'a IlltmW.al Vrom llio
It h imJcr.to&l that tho court-martial In
the .case of Chaplain Tous-iant Mcsplic of
the army, charged with duplicating his piy
accounts and also with absence without
leave, found tho chaplain guilty and ttulciic
cd him to dismissal,
Milne Vctcrnn'k So telle.
The sccrclnry of war has req icstcd the de
partment of justice to brim; suit ngainst the
societies of veterans in Northwestern Mis
souri and Southwestern Iowa for 500, the
amount of elamaso altered to have been iinnn
to tents loaned them by tho war department!
;i:nuiiai, ioiti.i;. m:vs.
American Humor at Kotiiu (iiliidi u
Home, Nov. 13. The American Catholic
bishops held their first meeting to-day at the
college of tho Propaganda. All the cardl.
nab, of the propaganda were present. The
principal epiesllon discussed was that of ad.
ilressing n demand to tho government of the
United States that the relations between
church and state shall be based upon canon
Webster deflnes tho "canon-law" as "The
law sanctioned by tho church or Home, and
possessing more or less direct In llucnco In all
countries which ackn )wlcd.,'o the authority
of the pope."
Tlio .Servian llcbclllim
UKUir.ADK. NOV. 13. Thn diilriMQ r'rn
Rcka, Knjazeratz, Ilauja, Alexinatz and
nratna nave been declared in a slate of siege.
All the available troops have been sent to the
front. Thn ri liftla nn nnn mt.nt r
ivuvab uuiil iue
troops but encounter them In a determined
....v.. .u uvcviiiie iixuiing ua occur
red. The Insurgents hold Alexinatz.
I'rcicnllni: Oranso and Hatlonnll.t
Dinixv, Nov. 13. Troops of lancers have
been sent to Garristown to enforce If ncces.
ary the order prohibiting thcNatlonallst and
Orange meetings announced there Tltnrsflnw
The Orangemen of Fermanagh have issued
tho following notlco : "The government hav
.v.v.. ,..uwu ui isei-ping order by
stopping rebel meetings we hreby summon
Orangemen to uphold tho law and remain at
Jloxa Koxa, Nov, 13.-Threo thousand
French reinforcements have arrived In An
nam and will bo sent to Hanoi Immediately
It is expected an advance will bo made on
Bontay In a forlhnight.
TUe Crown I'rlnio'ii i:eorl.;
London. Nov. 13. Tim sinn,invo
respondent at Berlin says a deputation from
B.ius Aiionso a unian regiment will occom
pany tho Crown Princo to Spain.
London-, Nov. 13.-A supposed loaded
shell found on tho wharf at Lambeth, proves
to be merely an iron weight which had been
thrown away as u-eless.
ii.JID1,i'D'.tNovi13;Thae oro rumors of
discord In tho cabinet.
A Lellor Carrier (;ulll,
Tbsnton, N. J., Nov. 13.-Geo. A. Ward,
ell of Jersey City, a letter carrier, pleaded
Si.U.tLl0'da; ! opmlas an1 detaining a let
ter addressed to a woman In Jersey City
fined "25TCnC tOS'Im0mb8 ln i""
SnuorsE, N. V., Nov. 18.-Tlio West
NOVI!l,Tll:s IN 1IIIO.U IIItCOIIA
KarnliliiiKMiu ol llurlnna nnil Ulnnlll
llnpe .Tluncr Spun on Uiilln anil
H'rom tho New Vo-k Tilbnne 1
"Hero Is a new kink In room decoration,'
observed ono of tho designers In a large cs.
tablishmcnt on Union Square, nnd ho led tho
J'i'teiieicpoiterln and out a bewildering!
magnificent aggregation of parlor fin nilurc,
which covered tho third floor of the building,
nnd cntcrul a small room at tho further end,
The apartment wbs superbly furnlshol, nnd
il! Ili-bt. nitnrlnir Ihrouirh two rxnuisltclv
stained glass windows, icnt additional beauty
to the rich coloring of tho chair, couches and
-Look at the walls."
On insncctlon tho wnlla wcro found to be
covered with what is known In the trade as
burlup!, familiar to the public in Its coarsest
form as sacking, which Is used for baling
purposes and for potato bags. Appropriate
unguis ot .Manilla rope, new ana origin,
divided the wall Into panels. The dado
which ran around tho room and was carried
to a height of two fect and a half above the
Hour wns made eif n mateibil de'cribcd as six-
cent calico. It was red. The dado was
divided from tho upper wall by inanllla rope
twice as tlilek as that Inillciliug the panels)
and the lino where tho wall ended and the
frli7e becan was workcel In the' same fash
Ion. It was the frieze, puhap", which
illustiutnl I ho utmost divihipiuiut of the
idea. This was eomposcd of diamonds,
sipHics devised by dossing Imgthsofthc
smiller nmiiilta rnpo obliquely, and the
points of Intersection wcie made plctunsquo
by the imutlou of large II it. headed nails of
polished metal technically known as anvil
lui i s. Over the frieze drooped at intervals
quaint aud pretty tassels, fashioucd from
.unnilli lopu by uuiwiHtiug the stranus.
And 1111 additional ornimcnt was secured
along tho line of tho celling by continuing
tho irgcr ropes, winch cmpinsLzi-u 1110 di
visions of Ihe entire-wall Into dado, central
wall and frieze, so that thev marked nut the
outlines of the middle door and by allowing
tho ends to disport themselves about the
corners in me snipe oi neons.
We rrcentlv completed n small breakfa
room in this style for 5150, but In th.it case
a wood pHneiiing did away wuu iue neces
sity of a d.ulo, aud the ceiling was not high,
Observe what a niarvelously effective
nickground It makes lor tins lieu lurni
'As do from this kink." continued l ie
man of decorations, "walls will be finished
in much the same fashion this j-car as beie
loforc." And in another porlion of the
building lie afterward displayed resplendent
iiauos 01 sine piusu, ornamented Willi .rears-
ile Hi. in gold, friezes of various kinds of rich
material, elaborately embroidered, ami all
manner 01 coverings lor Itie central space,
from gniL-eous wall-papers to the choicest
productions of foreign looms. Whcro the
walls are gotten up In so costly a way as any
ot these, the divisions arc observed by baud
some moulding", aud in such cases, too, it
11 uccomes necessary to treat the ceiling In
some one of the dozen or more fashions
which tho house owner will find are adopted
uy inc --nesi people."
In the matter of hanelner curtains and ren.
orally of deposing draperies, there Is 11 dts-
unci iteputiire lrom llio set and lonnal
fashions which have hitherto prevailed
The idea of nia'ching has departed from the
are ni iiecuraiinn. inc use 01 two curtains
of similar size, which fall from a central
point to cither side n door or window will
gradually be ab icdoncd. Ono curtain will
tie lonccr than the other, and thev will bo
draped from a polut a foot or two to one side
it ino oiuir 0: me centre, uy llio employ,
ment of hnndsomo silk cords and tassels.
curtains of soft materials will bo caught from
various ncigues auu at various angles and
will be nrranged In a variety of lovely and
fantastic folds. And ln many cases Ion?
lengths of richest plush orjother gooeis, un
cut nnd unmnrrcd, and wound and twisted
uto graceful and mysterious rcsdlts. will
'orm tho most novel nnd uninuc of drancrles
iui niuuuvis, uoors uou ucu canopies, ii
design for one series of windows treated
thus with plush, called for thirty-five yards
of the material for each curtain.
The variety of elrnrciles for curtains and
winnows is very large, 'llio material usually
seen, which Is made in imitation of Turkish
goods nnd to match Turkish mats, Is known
as jute ulours, and n handsome pair of cur.
talus may be lialof it from 52oto5100a
prlr. In the silk, nlush nnd embroidered
cunnins prices seem to navo no limit. One
genueman recent v raw S40UO for ho 1 inn.
ing of two parlor windows acd n door, and
this was not considered nu etranirant
etpeiKtiiurc uy u.e.urni lining 1113 order, in
snort, 11 will ue seen that a parlor, a dining
room or a library may now. and cenernllv
docs, represent n largo outlay to Its owner
ueiuiu 11 sioeii 01 iiirnlinro coos in 11. and ln
n direction bcnicely known. Tho business
which has grown in connection with it has
grown up within the last ten years, and is
is now one of the greatest, most extensive
and most opulent in the city. Where rooms
wcro once lilted up for hundreds of ilcll ir?,
they are now fitted jip for thousands. The
furnishings of W. K. Vanderbill's mansion
cost about 53,000,000.
Victim or tho Charleston lire.
CimuxsTo.v, S. C, Nov. 13. JIary Wolf ,
a factory girl who craped from the burning
building Monday, died lids morning. Tho
remains 01 Laura linen and Abigail Guy
were recovered fiom the ruins. Susm Bond
and JIaL'gic Qulnluk who jumped from Ihe
uuiuuug arc in a critical condition.
Dks Moines, Li., Nov. 13. To-ulght the
mercury is 10 elegrccs above zero nnd still
Petockev, Mich , Nov. 13. A terrible
gale has been blowing all day, butit la harder
loan e.ei lo-uiglll.
A Suicide At I'lillailili.liln.
PmuDKLHiiA, Pa., Nov. 13. Alexander
Boss this mornlnir cal cd to sen his wlfn from
wnom lo nas been sepirated. Ho was re
. ......... ."..v. uv B,uu, vii iue uour-
step shot himself in the brcasi. He can not
llnpllat Autumnal Conference.
Boston. Mass.. Nov. 13 Thn Ttantlai
autumnal conference met In this city to-day
lorainrco days' session. Tho attendance
was quite large. D.-lcgates wcro present
from all parls of tho country.
RrrtANT, Lt., Nov. 13. Isadora Dreyfus
a vouncr mcrrhnnt of tl,t ntn.n ... M,.i..
cdhy unknown parties, who stole his watch
llavcrly Coin-; 10 Ilulld Thoalroa
New Yoiik, Nov. 13,-Col. J. II. llavcrly
said to-day that lie proposed to build a new
lucatro hero and another at Philadelphia
Thev Will both l,n rnmr.Un.1 XT
ber. Tho ono hero will cost $1,200,000 and
? peruons. it, win uc llio largest aud
finest place of amusement ln tho country
Chicago capitalists are lucking the enter,
A Lilllier Celebration at'Now York.
New VonK, Nov. 13. Tho 400lh nnnl.
versy of tho birth of Martin Luther was
celebrated nt flm Ar-mlomv nr i..tn
Vi 1 11 11 r J-vaogeucai alliance.
a, wwnuwi 10 US Utmost
Killed bi n Train.
Cedaii IUrms la., Nov, 13.-Mllton
Holmes and Mrs. John Carri while drivlns-
to-dftv. worn fllriiflr lr t. v-t, . .ft
and killed. Tho woman's husband had a Ice:
jnelhodlslltilaalonnrr Commlllco .
New VonK. Nov. 1a ti, 1
sipnary commltteo of tho Methodist church,
adiournrd w llmnt ,1.,.. n.i .
.... ..j ,,a u-vt'UIDg. jnC
wnrLt1".r7bnlno?',r0Pr"ltc'1 fr "Womry
Shall AVo Lot the CIillcl Dio?
A hard-hearted political economist, looking at a pale and puny child
feebly gasping as it hes upon a pillow, says that the child might as well
the. It is so weak and poor that its life will never be worth mucli anyhow.
There arc already a good many people i.t the world who arc of not much
account anyhow. And what's the . jC ot adding to their number another
weakling, who has but slender chance of ever amounting to anything?
Now ask that child's mother what she thinks about letting the child
die. About this time the hard political economist had better get out of
the way. "Let my child die? Nol No! As long as there is a remedy to
be found that tvitl save that chid, ihe child shall not die P 11 spend my last
dollar to save the child 7" Well, try a bottle of Urown's Ikon Bitters
011 imt cnuu. sec tnc poor little
lie win live. Hosts ot other chiklren
V) healthy life by Brown's Iron Bitters.
A JVtnrdercr Arrcatcd After Nino Ya
SnREvaronx. La., Not. 13. J. W. BtaU
ennn. who murdered a steamboat captain Id
Newport, Arkansas, didc yearfl ago, was ar
CiTinnn. Without ainnmlDs to write out a
tlicHMot timumvonmt aliment, facts warrant our
eaylng lliat It tieciiu to m thorc ncTer was a icanon
wncn u was bo prevaiem n me prrncai.
Ttic nhoto li nrrliinlnarr to tlic follow In 2, viz. t
Tbnt Memm; UmA Co., of Ijwelt, ttpllevo that
tnc boat wny lo tronf CatHrrh, anil tlic only way to
Kft jicrmanpnt relief, l through the blootl. A con
Mutational diieaic rcr)utreaa coastitnuonal remedy.
Iloo-Va Sarcaparllla Is a idood puriner nnd constitu
tional medicine that can b relied upon, and lias
cured numerous caaca of Catarrh in Its various
forms. Me think this claim a reasonable one and
Kindly give It room ln our cMurani,
JIf iiitiiinii'NlVmonlzpfl licet Tonic, the
ouly preparation of luef containing Us rtifire ntifrf.
tifitm. rirlit. It rnn taint lilOdfl-nrnklniT. foFCC-
peiirrftllnp nnd life nustalulng proportlea; inval-
nail iMifcctilct I'omlttioiK. whether Ihe rcBillt of
eTh.intt.on, ncrvom proHtiailon.overworl., or acute
uirapt pirucuiniiy u running irom puimuiinr
complaint". Caswki.i., Hazard, k to , l'roprlo-
lorn, new inrK. nni oy jiruggmiB.
LAKE VIEW ItETKKAT.
A nenr Private Instil tit ion for care and treat men
or mcn'ai nni nervout anenae.
Novlfl, wCm Burlington, Vt,
B Alt It 12, VT.
ALSTON ff. DVNA, TIltNCirAL.
II III. Linda II, Drlgtiam, rrcceptresf.
Aru'iir it rcitrc, uiim it utcck.
1'nlllp O. Wright, Science f.
llat. Pel c it A, Thompson, English.
A no.irdlniT Rtid Diif School for hotfi aexea.
Hoard. Inrludltm room, heat a-id washing. 13.60 n
wcrn. aii expenscB moiieraie.
Full courses of Htudy, fcr college er bnslncn.
Location nnd f.iclllDrn OT-e lent.
uint;u tj:km iu:oin Dec. b. catalogues
and Clauliirs nent free on application to the prin
lours icry iruiy.
A. W. DANA, rrln. (1. 8,
A (MiilT OMR!
A First Class Family Paper
I'JCH I S VBSCMBER.
Itr II) TUB r.MTlCUL.lRS
A. rid. every kind, of
We now have in our warerooms quite
a number of finely carved Me
morial Stones that are of
new patterns and verv
Parties needlntrfiuch work will do wel! to look At
them at once as many of them navo already been
sold an will be sent away soon.
We also hare a TarletT of Marbls Maateln.
SheWei. etc. We aro fullr prepared to farouti &nT
thing la the line of atone work promptly and at
Too aro Inrlted to TUlt oar workirandlllniDect
oor product at the large steam Mills,
J. W. G00DELL & CO.,
351 FUSTE f3T.
pfi) jl, dit (apnrm)
lcllow pick up strength. He revives.
have been brought aim
broucht almost from death
Your druggist sells it
Improved rntcnt SUIToiicd Gold
Tub contimioil imiiroToracnts ot lUo
Inst tew yenrs, with thoso recently ml.loJ,
keep tho LnchI Watch discs to tho fore.'
trout tho Btniularii ami nbovo nil com
Thn .add Is the only caic that has,
or has crcr had, any patent upon It.
It is the only stlflVucii or fllle.1 c.iso inndo
thnt hns uickol composition for n buHct or
stilreniug, ami lo ilistinguish it from all
others (iu which tho common soft roil
plating metal is uscil) it was designated
Tho patents granted to tho Lndd nro
tor most valunbloimproTements, whereby
n mom, nenvy ceuiro rim gives penect
protection to tho movement, and thick
plates oi gold are added to thoso pnrtfi
moRt subject to wenr. All exnoBcd sur.
fnces ale covered with, or aro entirely of
ouim Kom, luauuig n uy lar uio mosiuur
nblc, tho best wearing, tho most eptiefac.
tory to tho wearer, ami tho cheapest caso
iui iiiu i"ii-Liu tery ietpeci, ever pro-
Tncsn lMrnovcMr.NTS ToonniEn with
orn MTEnion mutiiods axu trocesses or
MASUFACtt'lX IIV SPECIAti TOOLD AND MA'
cmxni or orn own ixvr.NnoN enabLe c
to wAniiAsr tin: Laud Oases to outwear
ANY MAKE OI' TILLEDCASES IN THE MAEEET,
Ask your iowelcr for tho T.aild (1nn
If ho has not got it, go to ono who has
ami coniparo it witn any similar enso in
fnct. WO challenge comnnrisan for meelian
ical construction, woikninuship, artistic
design, engraving, turning, stylo, finish,
uuu niipearauce, wuu tno nuest Heavy,
high karat, solid cold enses.
Dtiy tho Lad 1, and you will buy tne
""i uuu tueapesr in iue cull.
All genuine Cases of our manufacture
have Ladd's patents, with dates, stamnnd
on tho sideband, underneath tho glass
bezel. Itcfnso all others. Send for full
Ucscnptive circular to tho
LADI) WATCH CASE CO.,
11 Maiden Line, New Youk.
SAWWS CRYSTAL BLUE.
Pi(lX IM I'ACTOKV nSHEI.lSIIED 1S38.
1 KPil Itr licurlr ovorv f.imllr in Vim.
nuirlauil and Uy a!i:irht-c,iHlliundrlci
im nine It iicer ipots the tlothcs.
1'he i-rihlutit nzurlno tint tmenimllcd.
It irHisatk'nr tlnl to I-.n-cu. l.iriini.
t'ottoii", und pccl..l Nrlglit, rk-nr tint
tu uin nii'i jfiiowcu nijlll.
Ctl(or SA 11 rt.R S lift Tvj Cox.
TAKC M) OTlIKlt.
IMYEH CRYSTAL BLUE CO.
No Moro Short Weights.
SIO SCALE - $3
lVclgli from 1-1 oz-153 Ibv.
Tills little Scale Is mvlo with Siccl Bearings and
a Brass Beam, and will wc'gii Qccurately any paclv
age from ,V or. to 25 lbi. Itls Intended to supply
tnc great ticmand rora ilou-iKcepcr'H fccale, nottr
lng of the kind ever having been Bold before for lens
than from f to ? 12, Every Kcalo Is perfect and ilj
lan a person'H life time. With one of these Scales
you need not complain to your I'.uteher or (iroccr or
ahort weiglitB wUIiout eaiife, and If yoiiliiTC But.
ter, Cheese, or any article that goes by weight to
ecll, you need not gncsa at It, or ttust others to
weigh for you. Ecry family in City, Village or
Country should hat e one. It U al-o a valuable Scale
In Every oniee for Welching M.ill mittcr as well as
a convenient fceate for any More.
We will Bend one of tho nbovo SValcs on receipt
or a,iu, orino acaiei tosctii'T with TnE fek
Tafs and (load Chrrr for one yt nr, to any address
In the l oltcd btaius for f l.oo.
We also have a Urgo si'ale, weighing from X
pound 10 2w pounds, just inc thing for farmers,
which we furnish fir 5 or (d, according to tlnliti
with the ntttn I'HESS one year.
FEES FUESS ASSOCIATION.
FALL ami WIKTEIt
NOW IN STOCK
A full ami choice line oi
Milliner? for Fall aid Winter Wear
ALIfcTIlE LATEST hTiLES,
A fall and complete assortment of
Best ever shown In this city,
Everything flrnt-cla$a ami all
MRS. G. F. COLIilSON,
94 Church st,
Burlington, Vt., oct 15, 1S33. dAwtf
Ht ntnlik. iiAroUctnnUa will make a morCFall
fieavia 1Q the .tu 1 at the
HALT, 1IOCSE STABLES,
TICONDKItOCIA, ?l. Y,
Teriii.f ?30. ut lime of Net vice.
.1 v.. UAitiNa.
f wm rn oct. u, ism 'H i im
Oomc nn.l hrarken to mj Uy
XV ACII ouo who may LhoOBO to.
JjISTKN, while I Irj to
Ili ASVrliyinoit'iiiinno jou i
H IIYMCa which haply Mlij.lt ciirhkq
Y OL'II ji linlluii lo Ihe inge,
0 AN I mnkc It rlaln appenr
O r how licaltn m.iy aloiml
AY 1 ulilsper In your ear,
X' AINE'S Crleht Cowrovsn,
O Nail occasions, I believe,
U SKDni atonic will relieve.
N EHVES It will quicl, sleep restore,
O all n promises, nnd more.
Begin iUthM -eason otlho year to grow In preva
lence, increasing during the remainder o! the sum
nvr and autumn. If you have a actiie of languor
ano debility, lack ot appetite, slight hcmticho nii
pains In the Joints, accompanied by a bitter, dha
grceablc taste In the mouth when you awake In the
morning. If you hare a tired, don't-know-whctiicr-I'm-MtA-or-lary
feeling, thenyou arc cxpcrlcnc.ug
the e ftcct cf Malaria, and are a most promising can
dldate for Bilious Itcmlttent fever, Intermittent l'c
vcr, or any ot the many forms of sickness In which
Malaria masquerade, and which we call a "strange
form 'of tho disease under whoie symptoms Mala
ria in hiding. These troubles can bo prevented an-
cured by the use of Celert Compocrd, which gives
tone to the liver ands'omach, purines the blood aud
reinforces the vital powers.
Are You Bilious?
Kcal tho Symptoms & Treatment
N YiM V ro?l S A feeling of weight and , fullness
;ln the right side, pains In side, shoulders, ao
under shoulder-blades, yellowness of the skin
and eye, a furred.tongue and a bad taste ln tho
mouth ln the morning.
Tit I.AT.vi i:T-Take Celery Compound accord
ing to directions. Use the fponga bath dally
w lih Jgorous rubbing, live for a time on a aim
pie dirt, take a sufficient amount of out-door
exercise, and jour euro will be sure and speedy
The;ci:M:ilV CO.Tiroir.MI h no Quack
medicine, made only toi7, but contains, besides
the Celery, which Boothes the nervous system, var
and oilier remedies, Including Ithubarb, Mandrake
and Dandelion, Ac, .tc, which are well known
remedial agents In Bilious and LUcr tomplants
lo Thoro Trouble with Your
The symptomi are a weakness in the small of the
Back, and a dull, heavy pain lu the kidney, urine
ln cm ill fiuantltlci Is pissed ofton, and it some
times white and milky, or deposits a nedlmcnt.
The trca'mcnt la diuretics, n gftitleenthartlo, im
tritlou food and a little dally-out door exe relic.
In Cf.i niv CourocM) Is found buchu and plplss-
cwa, each valuable diuretics, and Ithubarb, Yellow
Dock and other mild purgatives, together with the
necessary tunici and blood purlflerj to rtrcngthen
and renovate Ihe system.
Arc You Troubled with
Some of the symptoms are ; A feeling of fullness
and weight ln the stomach arter eating, a variable
appetite, acidity of tho stomach, wind, pain, and
dizziness. Kyou have any or allot these the treat
Ci:M:ilV COMPOUND, on 1 cheerfulness!
When the stomach la diseased, It tends to mako
tho mind gloomy, than the mind reacts on the stom
ach and tn'cnitiacs the evil.
Chamomile ha well-known hcruot great.rcstora'
Ivc rpi I'itlcs. H gives warmth and strength to the
stomach, evpeli wlnd.curcs colic, and acts as n
Btlmulaut and tonic to the digestive organs.
Chamomile i one of the lugrcdlcnta ot Celert
Comtocvp, and In connection with the other con-
stttuncn, forms a wonderful cure for all Dyspeptio
Ihe symptoms of Nervousness, ary bo greatly In
pcrions of different habits and temperament, that
thay arc nearly as numerous as the human ramny.
Iicrvounee is due to many causes but prominent
among them are excessive labor, anxiety-debility,
and ocr-indulgencc in atlmulants. To those bu(
ferlngi from nervous trouolcs, from these or any
Olnvr causci1, LtLftni vum-uini' la win a 'ivti:u'
tlrt nnd mri.
Horn are combined n 1th the Celery to Boothe tho
quivering ner cs, while Gentian and Columbu and
Chamomile restore .strength and vitality.
In cases where there Is a craving for Bptntuoui
Hqnors.theCriFBYCOHrofSD, by strengthening
and quieting the Nervous hystcm, will do much to
pre vein a ivcui i uuie ui ms uui
If You Have
There Is no use ln recounting the symptoms, for
you know mem yourseu.
Trimtmnnl fnr Klipiiinatium !
Open tho bowels with a cathartic, and afterward
keep lliem regular wn.i iiib iitEtir uir.i.n,
which will operate 'o soothe pain, and purify tho
blood, the addition of one-fourth ounce of Iodide
of rota slum to men boitlo is recommended In
nbsttnate cabcs oi it iieuiuuuaiu.
Tpnntmrnt for (lout i
tioeiiioa thn inrai nnoitcatlons. keen the bowels reir
Uiar Willi iKlinr utiruiRH, un' hid muniuu
which are In H will remove the poison from tho
Aged, the . Young
And to those worn OUl ij lamiij i-nri-n. uu imiiiM
aniieiicB, uiwrawwi ,,v,v
i-ifTAra .1 l.l ami care. It la a Tonic ! It Is a MOm-
in crviihna thn tiprvpa. It restores tOnO tOthB
btoma'ch; it carries away lmr-urltlcs, tt vitalizes
la-M-onsruii ! nn AmthecarT or 35 Tears exneri
en'e, and 1" a result of information gained during
laat time, u is toiiiiH.ft.-ii rvB. ".fc" .
well-known and frequently used by the racdica
profession, compounded wit h caro In suitable quanl
It is not a cure-all. bat will faUW!7 do
all that Is vramlseilor It.
To tlllroiliicp- tho CKLEHY COMTOUND lit
nlarea ulicroiU'aloraduiiot linre It In
lock, I will on receiptor two dollars Bond two
lKtties 10 any alirca m eiiuuui, bcvuivi i',"i
and cirreii t barges raid, to your nearest express
M. K. PAINE,
Windsor, Vt., U. S. A.
a prii-tifal Anathecar? whoha9 been actlvalr en
gagrtl In the preparation ol mcllclne line. Marcn
rrlce t rr bottle ; aix boities ior 3,
SOLD BY DHUGQIST3 GENEHALLy.
WHOLESALE AQBNTS I
McI(i:ksiin x iioiihini.
New York CIIJ.
CVTLEIl nilOTUBIlM & CO.,
WELLS ic HIOIIA1IDION CO.t
Burlington Clothing Company.
READY MADE CLOTHING !
mrVM trcUc icc rail .Special .ItlenUon to a large line of CI.OTIII.YG made from the
latent t.'VS'ro.Tl I'.ISHIO.V 1'l.itj:s ana aunt in STVLE to the productions of the
most taihlonahlc tailors.
FOUR BUTTON 'CUTAWAY FE00K SUITS IN SIX STYLES OF FANCY MIXED AND
PLAIN COLORS OF ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CORK-SCREW WORSTEDS.
PRICES FROM FIFTEEN TO TWENTY-EIGHT DOLLARS.
I'OUU ANrt'FIVK ItUTTON HACK SUITS IN TWENTY 'STYIjHS Ol' TUB MOST
MOST FASlIIONAItMSl FADKICS IN THH MARKET.
PKICES, $8.00 TO $25.00.
DOUBLE-BREASTED SACK SUITS, $12 TO $20.
ill QVIW STOCK WAS NEVER IRE COMPLETE!
Showing tlio larRost as8ortmontln tlio Stnto lo select from ; ranging in prices from $2 to $30. Onr
Youths' Boys' and Children's Department
iHjust full of iXovnUlcs, nnil wo cordially invito Parents and Guardians to call and see tho
niiiny new mill pretty stylos of Kilt Suit! in one and two Pieces. Also, Kilt Overcoats
which will lie Hold at popular prices.
Ill Hats and Cans m too eyerytMi tint is New and Holy,
Both in Soft and Stiff, comprising all tlio Popular Shanes, in eithor Brown, Bluo or Blaok.
Wo call spociiUiittontton to those goods, believing them to be the liuost ready made goods
ever kIiowii lu lliirltngton, mid would cordially invito tlio inspection of the public whether
intending to purchaso or not Goods shown cheerfully at anytime.
flv.iLiTv coWsmcncn, ivjc gu.m.i.ytee o un ntticEs.
A. N. PEEOY, Manager.
Corner Oliuroh. and. College Streets.
LYMAN & ALU tl
Lais' Fine II
Worthy of .special attention.
Ono Caso Scarlet Ladies' Vest and
fluent CmtiniPl-R U'unl. Il.Mtnr nuiHttf tlnti nan it.
1 Bllit in iltlrlitlutoil. K.'tnll hi llrKtnn nn, Vow
York, lor 2. Uurnncc lor thw lot will ba f,.toner
Ono Case Whita Cashmere Vests and
Nearly all wool, beautiful finality, worlli (1.50, will
us Hum iu ti.nu i,icr.
Tlio two lots of Ladles' Under
wear mentioned above aro subject
to manufacturers' linnerreetliiiis.
They are of Itciiniiigton make, the
finest goods produced there, and
the imperfections aro of so .sllr-ht
character that it is often lmpossl-
uio 10 niscovcr inein. I'artlcs
needing sucli goods ni l do well in
Our 50 Gent Vest
Beats. Them All
Ono rices Fins Ssal Sln Flush
Worth 115 ner van!. We hwa niirkdl It nt III nriil
cousltler It ailecili''l b-irriiu. Utvrvr urala I'lnsh
m at rlcht prices, (jyiitva Mlk, t.u:ti nii'l l'arracr's
nan unc uluakimi uy ino yarn witn mr
inuimiuK', I'lt.i iu niaifii,
IIV art constantly receiving in
our Cloak department gar
mcnts of the latest ana
most desirable styles
W'e have aiWcil to our alrca ly full stock of
BLACK DRESS SILKS,
Tho justlj popular AMKHICAN MI.KS, malo bj
inw JlflMLll ciii (i., ui nuivii vm ii4u iue aic.
We arc authorized lo suaraiiU'c (ho iroodH to nelth-
r brrnk. craok or Bhllt, anil stiait Ik lail to Rhovr
incia auu uur cuiiumers win uoca iu BC3 iiuui,
Lyman &c -A.llen.
jy j;.v.v.vg 7 oa"
H JW.VJ.VG TO.Y
U'nrr.WhavA finfn our UfiUAl Tdll ts'OCk Of tllO
jaatljr telOKa'ea Ucnologton L'mlerwcar. We
hate boM these cools for yeira m they aro
cnUtlctl io the rcputa'lon they 1 1 Joy,
J i era ember we sell tho n-uinu llcnnlDston
gootta, nianufacturoj by II. E. Uradforit A Co,
Iienulngton, Vt. We noil these gootla at close
frtcea an I ask an iospccUon of goods ant price a.
Opera House II loch.
M't.VTEll HOSIEtt 1',
In irrcat variety : all klml', rrlcca, alzca ami
(inalltloa, and we;alwjya tell mem at low prlcca.
Itemcmticr a large assor racnt ol new, fretti goods
at tho very lowest possible prices.
AT BARLOW S,
Howard Opera House,
A WORD TO
It is tho usual experience of Young Men buying Ready
Mado Clothing, to not havo them flt quite as they would like,
or as they havo seen Custom-made Suits fit. To all such wo
would say, that any goods purchased of us, are submitted to
our Custom Cutter, and by him fitted to our customer, so that
when ho receives his goods, thoy aro
Fully liflual lo tte 11 ot
For which no extra charge
Tired of Wearing the Usual Ill-fitting Goods,
To come and let us flt a Suit to him, and if not perfectly
satisfied the goods may be returnod. Our stock
just now is unusually complete, of
BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS
BUSINESS AND DRESS OVERCOATS.
And we shall be glad to havo customers make us all the
trouble they can by
THE LEADING1 OLOTHIERS.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
.. m hi.p.artf.i. hA Issued br this
Dnnk. hear fig Interest at llio (allowing rates ,
Tlirco par Tent per annora II not paUl with n
.. "! a ..itit ner annum if not PAW
inrCB UlVUilin , mi'Kt vv. i
w!'l1'.8'tJ.',.0.n"Ls;. m. will bo raid
nirtn.n U. V. UVJil"U"i
llurllngton, August , 15S3.-lAwtf
At tie Howarl Natloal Bink
Keeelvea Deposits In lT aum low as
one dollar, and rajs Interest atthe rate ol font
IW-Btl law all d'po ' r"l' n
frm riiallim l l dtfCtiM.
0. K. SPAULIIH0, Preildtnt,
B, B. SHALLEY, Vlee-Frei-,
0USTI5 WELLS, Trtainrer.
1 will .ell at rt'DLIO AUCTION loth, nljhest
bidder, under a license irom imi'' v uu...
luesdaj. December 11, 10. af 10:J0 0'clo.a a. m,
nnlbe premise., Iba larm In lllnesbursti, Vt.. be.
vdiiio ontlie main road. .! contain. 100 acre.
more o' less. Terms, nan can, uaiauco uu uu,
.ecurea ou in. rrem..bRACS y BAXT0S
onr Finest Custom Suits,
is made. We, would therefore
those who are
looking them over.
Hats and. Caps'
Fur Eobes and Goats!
CO TO TDK
CORNER CLOTHING STORE
And get our prtcesbetoro you buy.
Corner Clmrch ami Mnln Street.
Sept I, d4wtf