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THE IHJJIL1NUT0N FREtt PRESS. THURSDAY, MARCH 185)5 TliF.WEKKl.Y l'HRK I'ltKXS. 3 cnoti tier . treacherous character of tho rebel Fill copy, CO cents for six months, $1.00 a year, post- plnfK, Mid br-eause outaldo of tho luinl- y(?R frpp. Advertisements and subscriptions reoclvcii ut tho office, lfcO CoDcro street. Full adver tising rates sent on nppllcntlon. Accounts cannot be opom-d for subscriptions. Subscribers will plenae remit with order, names sre not cntorcd until payment U received, and nil papers nro stopped at tho end of tho tlmo raid for. Komlttanco at tho risk of the subscriber un tlliiiiulcbr registered letter, or by check or IhmIhI order payable to the rnbllshors. Tlio date when tho subscription expires Is on tlic nddress.hibel of ench paper, tho change of which 1o a subsequent dato becomes a receipt for remittance No other rocclpt Is scntu, jess vequested. Tho receipt of tho paper Is ft Hifflclcnt receipt for tho dint subscription. When a chance of nddress Is doslred, both the old and now addresses should bo given. ness establishments tho houses nro built of the flimsiest liaml.cn, hunt? with mat ting screcm. liven tho floors nro mado of strips of bamboo, any person can ret It: o to theso house fioin without or within and as they nro closely built, tho ravages of a slntrlo lire mlghl easily reach tho luilf-mlUtim dollar point mentioned by Gen. Otla In his despatch. Terms SI. 00 Year, Always In Advance. UUHLINGTON', THUKSDAY, MAUCII 2. WANTED. When you want anything, advertise. In tho new Fpecinl column of this paper. Porno bargains nro offered tliero this week which it will pay you to road about. Seo pnRO wvciu This paper has mora than 2.",000 leaders every week, mid ono cent a word will reach them nil. Tho Washington Tost is calling: loudly nn cvlr.T fcolslpn Of CollgVOSS. TliO 3'oit Is printed In Washington. 44 Want of Watchfulness iMakcs the Thief' Many cases of poor health come from want of watch fulness. 'But if you keep your blood pure no thief can steal your health. The one effective, natural blood puri Our Ilngllsli friends aro plainly banking on the support of the United States In tho event of their engaging In hostilities with ficr ia Hood's Sursavmrilla. ( never somo other l.uropcin power, even though disappoints. wo do not actually Intervene In their be- ,mpur0 Blood-" Five years I suffered half. They figure that the beginning of wtll pm,)lM on fnco cnd body, nood-s vwir in Huropo will cause John Hull's nn-j fiaraararlla cured me permanently. It tagonlst to seek to prevent tho shipment also cured my father's carbuncles." Albeivt of breadsturrs and other supplies from tho cABTi T(stln clly Cnl l ulled States to England, and they count: Catorrh.. Disagreeable catnrrlml drop upon such terious objcetlim to this slcp p,lf(g i niy thront made mo nervous and on our part as to lead us to actually tako dlziy. My liver was torpid. Hood's Sar Hi.lm with ii,.,,. The llrlllsli lion knew1 ?nP!irllla corrected both troubles. My ,. , i... .1 Health I? very good." its back upon Spain. THE HEAYENS IN MARCH, THE SUN AGAIN CROSSES THE LINE AND THE VERNAL EQUINOX OCCURS. .udlucal I.tglit to be Scrn t'lirinotiien..n of the VailiibloStnr Algol Tho Moou'i I'lanetary Conjunction Dur ing tho Month, HELD CAPTIVE. The most terrible cap tivity a wom an can ex perience is to feel her self com pletely Inca pacitated for all womanly duties, bound hand and foot, as it were, by some nerve racking, life draining dis ease or weak n e s s . In such a condition she Tho Fifty-Fifth Congress Is on Its last Jap, this week, but It has nlivady beaten tho record with a $1,CW,ikW.h00 run. Hoss Quay of Pennsylvania, has received r new leai-o of political life through tho postponement of his trial, but it Is simply u postponement of tho fatal day. i During this period of unsusual activity In stocks, the most temarkablo case of npprcclatloii In values Is to bo noted in tho ease of copper. Ciilumot and Heela stock, for fxample, o.'t tho original hold ers only $12 a share, and yet there have already been distributed In dividends dur ing tho current llscnl year $70 per shnre, while the shares themselves havo sold as high as $M'U ii shnro during tho present v.. ek. Investors who got In on tho ground floor In the copper market must be happy Individuals these days, unless perc.hanro health Is very good." Mrs. Kt.vmA SMit.itY, 171 Main St., Auburn, Maine. Ttoort'n Villa rum liver IHi ; tli non-trrlUHnp nnd only 'ic to tako with Hood's NrssiparlUji. MORE REMINISCENCES. A ronnur Iim lltlutun liny V rites of tho ilnrllncf on oT f ifty Years Ago. San Francisco. Feb, 11, ISM. i:0 Stockton St. To the F.dltor of the Freo 1'r. s: It lias becotuo unite tho thing seeming March comes to tell us that tho long winter Is about over, and that tho spring mornings that nro now enly touched with tho quivering Hro of cully dawn, and still speak to us from tho lrosty summit of tho hill, will btiforo the month's close speak again, when ull the woods will stir at tin-, sound. Tho miI'-uih trees re getting ready their leaf buds, which will, with but slight additional encuiiwirimcnl, burst forth and fringe them with beautiful gieen iMluilni;. Il.uly flowers tiro preparing to lift high tin it- lnccii.su to tho Clod of light, to whoso influence they owo their being, und all natuio will souii bo radiantly smiling und Jnylully chanting us old Jack Frost takes to his heels and disappears for months to come. "l is In March that tho sun, after his s, months' fojourn fcoiilh of the cpiatot, tiips acioss the line, and tho night again burrows sunlight from the day. When tho im Is at the equator nights and dajs aio ctiiial throughout tho world, )ien.;u the Burlington Savings Bank INCORPORATED 1847. $0,144,614.40 . 320,152.17 Deposits Dec. 30, 1898, Surplus Total Assots . $ 0,404,700.00 TUU15TEES. U. F. WAflt), Wll.t.Allll ClUNE, ciiAin.ts l. Smith, II km it r ohkk.nu, J. L. IIAIISTOW, A. U. l'KIUCL, llENUY Wells. Itccelvcs and pays deposits dally. posits nmdu during thu 11 rat four De busl- cannot be a happy wife or nCSs days of tho month dmw Inteiesl mothcri she cannot be nn efficient housekeeper: she cannot be a woman nt nil in any complete or satis factory scn'e. "I was afflicted for seven- tetn months," writes Mrs, from tho ilrst. If mado ufteiwurds In terest will commence tho first of tho fol lowing month. Interest will bo credited to depositors January 1 and July 1, compounding twlro a yeur. Thero nro no stockholders ln this bank. All tho earnings, less expenses, be. Howard National Bank, Burlington, Vt. Capital Surplus and Profits The Merchants National Bank of Burlington, Vt. Elizabeth J. Billiard, of Wiutde, Bladen Co., Jong to depositors. Tho rate of Interest N. C In a significant letter tp Dr. R. V. Pierce, d0,)umii, upon the earnings, and for twelve. Snd v?MMe rii t'",i, W"S I,tr CC,lt' bUl U,,UCr a U,W ft ivBerylU. ? tho I.:glUturo of 1M no .av- of a cup of coffee! and did not have strength to lugs bank can pay more lh..n per cent speak more than n few words nt time. until its surplus reaches J per cent of Its " We tried three doctors and a lot of patent deposits, when a speclul dividend Is to medicine which cost over one hundred and ,u i,uulo. twtntv-nve dollars; and I found no relief. Iliad ,,,., in ,,.i c,n, nrn nn(i i,v iho cine. My husband r aid we would try that next. lie ire' me avc bottles ol Favornc rrescripuou and three of '('.olden Medical Discovery.' I rommtneed taking these medicines and soon found relief. When I had taken one bottle of each I walked half a mile to churcn. . D.i l im etiiliiu.. 'I his happens twice evciy coo'k'lng la hnnd and hive cooked for eleven in i No money loaned to any ofllcer or trus- ... . . ,. i ... .....1 .. r .11.. iltmi.i.1. V.a -i,t.(,Mr 1, irnt fir it't if tltr. t.n!.. I commenced taking It the first of January the first of the following June I too my and no interest will bo paid on any sum In excess of this amount, except on de posits by widows oiphnns, udmlulstra tors, executors, guardians, ehailtable or religious Institutions or on trust funds de posited by order of tho court. mer up. In Mnieb mill ill Kent mber: the for-, family all through the summer It was t)r. er is called tho vernal anu tho latter tho l'lerce's medicine thnt Kve me nU the relief however. sliviUo tho year into portions of they sold out too soon to realize tho full , " ,,!,s "ecomo quite tlio t iins seeming-; .,, h.lllilU foI. ,,, consequeneo of tho 11105 som out xoo 00,1 10 iea11l. uu. Jy , wrltijt IU,rn!;ton iift years ago. ,.anh r at lt) gr.alt.a instance frem ' benefit of the lupld rise. Mliy j mi(1 my n.,mr U) thc! ust f ancients Ul0 Blm UriiiK thu summer months and 1 and contribute my mlto to tho geneial jlf) nsllmr ,otlon In Us orbit b Ins con- lvopie who aro nor nequaiiurd wnn ex-.iunu ui 1 'iiinusceiieei . luiiuentlv s ower, tho interval from tli autumnal equinox. Tho equinoxes do not, j redldnVand Ihe help o. God that has restorea me." Steretnry William It. Day may havo some JIr- t'hlttontlen, in his Hat of young law-1 von)ai to autumnal equinox Is gre.iter democratic leader nothing further in The rush of business at tho preent tlmo in different parts of the country can bo measured by tho statement that mnpt enmmislon .Senator riray of Oelaware do of tho railroads aro unabio to handle promptly all the traffic offered to them, tlencral prosperity ny older the con tlUCtion of a few parallel lines. A rumor Is afloat to tho effect that the. New York Cential may bid for tho Cen tral Vermont railroad at tho forcclosuio halo on tho -'1st Instant, but tho chances me that tho Vanderbilt Interests will con lino themselves to the development of the Ogdcnsburg-Biirlington-Itiithuid route. doubt regarding his ability, but when a jk,jj Smi'rtpr Pi,nuld not be ovei lonlte.l, becomes his sponsor with hli red shirt as a member of the old d bo said by critics. HoNer hlro company, nml his hand-lmll , , - ,, . on me moo 01 nam roue s saoio, corner in speaking of lh- work of tho peace . ,,,, s, I.I111,yP1.iJ,. A few years ago ,-ome on tried to tell ( hired that "no State of this tTnlon could the. story of elio-pplng tho whig pole on m,trii,iif,i to ilia iiic-h fiinnflnn of 'be !quar. Ho , , . , , right. It happened statecraft, mind, and character, ones more, .;.u.)v thatmornlng settled, loyal, or stronger man am unio , orii.unenU'd with than that of tin- autumnal to tho vci- nal. In other words, tho sun contlntas longer on the northern than on he south ern v.de ol tlie equator. At tho beginning ol the rceuit century this dll'fcrci. o amounted to 7 days P! hours and ol min utes. The summer In tne nortliern ncmis- Hvcry suffering woman in this land should write to Dr. Pierce and learn how certainly he can help her to health and strength. It costs nothing to write and receive entirely free the advice of one of the most experienced physicians in this country, nis great thousand-page book the Common Sense Medical Adviser will be scut free for 21 one-cent stamps, the bare cost of mailing. Junction with the sun tco of tho bank, CHAIII.K.'? I'. SMITH. President. FIlEDiSIUCK W. WARD, Trois., ii. S. ISHAM, Assistant Treasurer. WINOOSKi when she sent that grjat statesman Hon. William H. Day." In view of Tho quick lunoh now has a rival ln the shape of a quick burglary. While tho Santa Fo express was standing nt Coffey- vllle, Kan., allowing twenty minutes for i Ilsqulmalt on tho Paeillc In a posit tho was discovered high up on the pole, and this 'ho halliards were cut. Very toon i .,.,.,,-,1 .if Inc., It, ,ll,r'.,., frlcl.m..t. ,aI itiKiimlilicd trllmto Jiklffo Day's appoint- 1( ctC(1 aml unu of thc'm coinnicnccl to ment to he circuit jtirtso of tho Sixth Judl tiili-m S railSt'dUClltlV Or.KCr tnilll Hi UIO ...tit .). nrt iw nu r.Vf.nlm r 1 tf 1 Hilt irtM t oY.icllV . . , i ... ..i.. ' ' : H L fUniManrc wjmo meteorologists ahi-ribo, in aml vlll thcn l)0 two tie tul UL ni. iiiuniv ,.. ... if.i.st. th. hteh.r tt miii'iattiro that ..in... .i,it, ihi.hiih.ij "i ,,, ., i i,, t, (-..( til in t Hii tirtrt linrti Miitns.- ..n- . i I'l-.fi nui nn iii n rr n.i r.i 1 lot nl u Phero under latitude. While tho planets that havo so gener- rntll that time ho star. He Is In innrtn nn Inn 1 S 1 11. roes south of our moutu rather too great a. Identification i'tum Ha ca.eiul management baa not met with u lota from uny Ioaii mud dur ing the lav. twenty years. Deposits mado during the first rive days of any month will draw Interest from ln tlrst day of that month. Deponlts mada after the fifth day ot any month will dtaw interest Horn the ilrst day ot me nexi $300,000 100,000 A general banking business transacted. Drafts drawn on any country in Europe, payable in the curren cy of the country Special attention given to ac- ounts of out-of-town depositors. II. T. UUTTEH, Cashier. DIRECTORS: .TOTlfi If. OATES, President. DAN'IKL W. HOMfNSON, Vicc-I'resldcnt. AI.llKItT C SPAUI.D1NG, EI.TS LYMAN. FUUD'K E. IJUnGESS. CAPITAL, $500,000 SURPLUS, $250,000 DNITlIt) STATUS DKPOSITArtY, This bank Invites the Inspection of ;h public to Ita complete facllltlto for tht rap.'d and Itiexpenslvo transaction of alt branches of banking. With Its large capital, umplo resource and unsurpassed facilities, It solicits th accounts of firms, corporations and lndl vlduals and offers them tho most liberal terms that their responsibility ana baJ. atices warrant. Ladles and family accounts aro espec J ly Invited. Spoclal Tcllers's Window and deposit desk for ladles. Correspondence or an Interview Is re quested with anyone Interested, under ass surancos that all transactions with us wilt bo held In the strictest confidence an! riven the most carerul attention. I U E. WOODIIOC3E. Cashier. SAVIN G 8 BANK T,lc BisrHngSon Trust Ca. Interest U) credltfcd depositors January 1st and July 1st, compounding seral-an- evening . l.... Con UUOH1. HIV .ALU Ul lllbCl'.aL l- w w throughmit the onth nndls o h'.i ul'' v'n. hX ,-rnnlr.ul ,li.n flnnnllnn nn tile 24tb. - "" l" . ni.l. 1 i..J,l,vu U, l.h VY IU iULll VVk u.iv.i .lUli . . ' . 1(M C1 to ,,.,,. .,.. ,M,. nor (ivn.llllir . .. - .-- . .1. i.. I n . V'"" IIIUUIIUJ lO ICQ per tcill v,i ii. cnop Iho pole. Ho was Induced to desist ' "':.". " . Tu ,V. 1,, ..i nre.rn T .. e . ".. to ""ii .... .... doposlts, when an extra dividend U t-J .ii nIk.H. . nf iim fnlied states Court und tt ytdinB il!or w.i.s hired tn climb ui. ? ''..,.":..".. ' , " .iV;, ,T u,u K,u" .B,lu u ." lle', TV' bo made. - i , ,.,r , , arc some umu ,-ii.u iiiiu t;n. ,w.n.v. .... pnnK iieiow inn noriion iini'. Jiia will pass unchallenged. I " ' 1 , ' , 1". v i, ii,v . n,, leatuies to attiact our attention. Among Rt(..l(ly 1If,ht wlll pnSslbly admit of his be i ami low c r the wounded polo wus neatly lep.ilKd by oli'j . (if tho Ilobys, being plated with iron end stioimly liraeed, No Interest is allowed b law to be paid m, r1nnn..t,a Ir, nv..c nt n-r. llinii,-iil ilnl- thcae may lie classed the zodiacal ngi nK ,iistlngulshcd from the twinkling stars arg except It bo on deposits by widows, Unrrlnml Issbowlnc her fnlth In tho ,.,... i. i i, .n.i wliose neliuious glow uweiRrs in me euun in the mniediate neiRllboihood. ornhnns. administrators, executors, cuar- neico m-oleet of the Czar of llusia In a for ve-irs aftr v trd try must not full lo look for duiing Marcn M:in h.ls nothing of Importanco to do dlans, charitable or religious Institutions, peace pioject of tne zar ot utis, i in a j ears nn .r .u 'nml April. Owing to tho Impurities of the for our interest or amusement this month, or on trust funds deposited by order of variety of ways beside the construction of J"':u "L 1 ' ' city atinospher . town people aie but bol- cnnlInucs to be tho most conspicuous court. numerous fighting ship-!. It Is announced , , ', ',f nV,,i in,. iM,-n V,ith flom uflorded this treat. Its soft phos- 0f the evuilng contingent but as tho oth- Tho Hank pays all taxes ln this State that she is about to place the harh ef a stock of goo s at tho "'ad of tl o wlia.f l'horcsc.nt light will b uund exto.Khng ors rnn hardly ,t , nct vcry mw.h on deposits of llfteen hundred dollars or to One morning his storo was not opened. ' 'lol""' J "'"'' . . .".V. ...... . a position, ani ni' n iiium irai lofreshmpnts, train rohbeis btoke open the express car and after opening tha fafo in somo mystorlous manner exti acted $G0, 0 therefrom. that ear. Speaker Heed Is reported to have greeted Congressman I.acey of Iowa, Secretary Alger's double with tho remark, "Lacey, you look so much llko tho secretary of war that you ought to be whitowushed." Alger's exporienco as a victim of white washing would undoubtedly deter I.acey from adopting Speaker Heed's suggestion. i. i-..i iit Jt was never ., .... , , mho gonus poll; on. n'ed for i ii-l i s, ,-"il ' whero tho sun sets. In some latitudes It opposition to Jupiter' demt liodn'i'sthrA'io fr greater space allowed it as ,t co , April.-New York Tl HUllt "11(lll llll CI,. .... u. ..vv fortunate cnocgh to have It quite us ex- eer hold well It Is stated that tlio orango Industry of Louisiana was totally annihilated by the recent cold wave, both 'Old trees and young having been killed by the frost. Sugar enne was also seriously damage!, und tho total loss to tho resist any force against, it, maains n. imi.v as strung as ver eolleet-d .ny mole wh.uf dues. II UnHfiv AH.Hitfn 'PlIA lil.in Inn 11. IP. Ii-.tl :i tn f t nf thn s..t. .i,-. l.- nn elaborate addition to the formications '-om which we bojs learned to dive and ,, ,L V kcen a sharp which were recently constructed at that LTMrK' f TlFSt point, submarine mines and other engln- trii.l to buy one of them but Jlr. Nyo "urora bore.ihs. Unit Deautl u pno- ing works which wlll malto tho strong- would not sell It. He wanted that pattl- "on '." 'V '" "J,""' 0 P,. ".T 7.V0 cuiar spar ior a spot-mi purpose, uiauiey i""""- - .. .,."," ,, illlletlv tnnk thn sf-U nml ilr,l It nfl-r. pcTlOll approacncs linen duii l ,.,,, i Mlifrl In imlnrlWI frnm Tnivn rlFon Is to consist ot 4,00) men and tho ,vn..(l3 .plMn Mr Xvr numeious the so-called magnetic storms ; - . position wlll undoubtorlly be ono of tho No payment was ever demanded, but a generally of fiequent oceuirencc strongest on tho Paclilc. In tho event of '" "an solemnly Informed that stub Star r war between Great Kr.tali, and Ituss.a - S' XAWuX A i;squnnail wouiu ot courso no made tno 1,11, hacked prlnelpil base of operations for tho LSrlt- hoi so he nlw RECENT DEATHS. Mrs. f.ucrcrtu raeknrd Merrlnm Iled at stilfurd, ?ob., Krl. 17, Agoil Hi rs. Mrs. Merrlam was the wlfo of Stead man CJ. Merrlam. with whom she eml- Mr. and Mrs. Merrlam wero both born In Vermont and removed to Iowa and later to .li'.lford. Mrs. Merrlam was always an ho, est. energetic Chlistlan iady, having Joined the Congregational church there inds for tilt 1 VERMONT LOANS SOLICITED. Tim,.;! Due depositors Inc ud:nc interest I Jan. 1, v, --3V' iBurplus r,,rJ!.3l Ish forces. Gen. Knirun's Cheerltilncss. den. Lagan is described ns smiling and IK- onco publlshtd an article rclatit.g how st cheerful, when he appeared beforo the many times he had suffered in Creole Stale i court of Impair). lie lias some causes for . luncrai. .-.emeu aione in nis , . ii nM rr Jo ned the Congregational oliurch mere I buggy, dilving 1.1 ol.l brown tcrs; pait.c .hilly w 1 ho be re aid i t J All of the tlmo w.,)s brought up ilu uiir of n study of the southwest i. s. ct Km ot tho durl n. uaUh ssion to the grave yard. he.iv.-ns. t here jot will ilnd Sirltl.. woud m( hera wa!' onJ of thu f;lce3 "i- u' "u,,7 " ' ..,, i.ini Tr.,e. ,one would surely see at her chosen place ,,o llh"vV,,,d.M" worbhlp on tho Sabbath. During the ,. yon the Lltel Doggo. Fu thtr to 1 c , dn an IlstrullR.ntal fllc. clatit.g how vsi "'om uie ne. , u, . . - , musical entertainments, bt.nS i that man- twinkle the ruddy A ''"fS?'"" possessed of a wonderfully r.eli ,-, uiu.pplng ed by the tamons eluster tho l ie ul s . , M Merrlam was great- every procession Horaco Wheeler had a foundry and tm eliino shop at tin, foot of M.,ln stre t. was very unfortunato ln tho way of fire alono will amount to many millions of dollars. So Congressman Imllcy of the Lone Star cheerfulness, lie wllldraw from thu treas ury of the 1'niled States dining the next six years, while he Is under suspension, a salary of $.VJ) a year without being call -d Deposits and surplus SiTft.St'Ot OKKICEKS--S. II. Weston, President: Ormond Cole. Treasurer. TRK8TEES S. II. Weston, J. B. Small. O. P. Ray, A. J. Stevens, Oimond Cole, B. C. Mower, Samuel Blgwood. ARE YOD GOING SOUTH From Tie New England Stales ? The Best Route to Travel Ia From Boston to Norfolk, Va. 163 College Street, Chartered by the State of Vermont. oooo- Os. -os-o-so--os Transacts a general banking business, and executes Corpor ate and individual Trusts. OFFICERS 18oo: Edward Wells, Prest. B. B. Smalley, Vice-Prest. (of Wells & Richardson Co.) (ex-Collector U. 9. CiiitomM D. W. Robinson. E. Henry Powell. (of Itoblnson-Kdwards Lumber Co.) (of Powell t Powell, Attorney.! A. E. Richardson. Henry L. Ward, Treasurer. (of Wens is Hlchardson Co.) To those who lim ITn rn n hiv.- .,in ! ...... JJV .n.sii .i i.ntjv. .vt..j , . uiif.iiuh -, 1 ' 11 .1 tl,,,., ,lm l.r. , it' f 111 tnem well ror lire's duties, lie lived to bo anu aeove . .... ue-, , . .. .... , ly beloved and admired by all and in her W --r "Id. .Cape-lla. High overhea-1 will si ne t he. h ,,. ... ..... cauJntv .,. Wo hear a good deal of tho politleal enr-' twin In-ottieis, casto. " loss 0f a highly esteemed citizen. Mrs., ruption of mo,lern tlm. s. The boy- knew looking down from tlw midst or all tliia , , t.av,.s t0 survive her a husband. Steadman G. Meriam, Mllford, and chil-j BY THE & a trick or two in those'days. There used will be Orion, the mighty hunter, easily Mato lias tied Ills pulitieai lortunrs to .upon to perform any duty or bear any to ur, -,t nebula his' curved shield 1 of 15(v- H- A- ''""eh of Lincoln, George) tate rooms and best meals. The r; .oM, Jul the i-trl'us s ilete,! Me, riam . clork lrlrt CourL Sonl; cludInB mea.3 llnd stttto room, is les i!..n,,ins nmrUinn- his sboulders. I I. lam b. Meiium, Omaha, and John to bo quite a strife between the young op- distinguished by . V"lU"lt, l' Urc-n as follows: Mrs. Mary E. 1'reneh wlfo! iH-nm- nariisans as te wno sneii iu caniuro 111 luie-ni. n.wni. .i. ,.,11 r.r t! t, i.-iio' vii i..,iiiihiieniiH siionsibllltv. He will hve hi? en ire tlmo John Thompson, the negro llddlei. and glow of th , ... , .. . .. It.-en blm ill-mil.- till iliev c.i.i.il vnin blm. nf lion's hide wi.l hr.po that the democrats may doeleio to nimseii, ami win ue nco to 11 gage -n (.a,lf, ,,cck onc.0 lim t,.0W(( -. pf,llx iln() ilvUM marking his shoulders, to semi up tins same kuo to attract pies-) um.. .m . ...... h n the cellar of (ho reek's stor.-. J' hn got and Itlgcl ins leu loot. idential lightning in Kjo; for the chances j Kagan's easo with tomo olhers, recalls tho at a cask of liquor, opened tho faucet and Cuiisideiably to tho west of Orion, In ure it will come down with n more dis- fact that the pay of Capt. Clark of tho mrgot to nu, ,t o,n .rcrseus. w 1 o ;''"" ,';vs ,havo celebrated their golden wedding. ... ii.u.-Mj ,m n iu,i .in , lull ul ill'. au..T,... -... J - - i hours as a star or tne mini niimiu- ln thj eour.-o of three lnuiis ter all It Is not supposnblo that Capt. of your older people should bo able to le- and a quaiter dwindles to tho fourth m.ig Clark would wish to change places with call sumo racy examples ot his l.een wit. nltude, remains thus faint for a. q-iarlcr i.mpioyeu at tn-i American Hotel ne wus nt an Hour, anu in uuown-r uue- in,...a re.iuired to get up at tho Ilrst ilng.ng of and a quarter regains Its normal br 1- Ibo best ae-i-e-pte.l explanation 01 The most elegantly fitted nstrous thud than that with which It fciljOrogon. with nil nis honors, will be M ul ".To f'rn'wkulT 7 1- was and it nor in ISM. 5-ear, or $Sw less than I-.agun drawrt. Af- nff Ulc stnse as j W.1H cnmln ou Somu tu,i0r tl.n The three days' storm of January, 3SC7 left a far greater quantity of si.ow ln New England, according to the diary of 1 Boston octogenai lan, th.ni the great blizzard ot March, JiM, or tho st.n.n of j'ebruury 13, ISM. Tho recent .storm was not' worthy In most paits of tho country en account of the low temperature ac companying It rather than lis snow-fall. Murriam, Omaha, also ono brother, Frank ' II. Packard of Winooski, Vt. Had Mrs. Merrlam lived until March 1 they would A BUST OF DEWEY. Kagun. Presented to the 'Ihuiuim W. Wood Col lection In Mnntpi-llr. Friday's t-Xiv York World says that a lilc-slye bust of Hear Admiral George? I tho boll on tlln root. Ho wnx l.ili, ollrt lrilinv. i-aiiMH inc.- .Mi-ai-anua nnni i-rnjeci moinimr and his cxcui-e therefor was that this phenomenon so, nis to 110 mat a gioai Uewey which was recently, completed in The leccnt publication ot Chnir.nan ho didn't hear tho bell la caue of the noise dark body like our t.irth. only much 1 ow York city by Abramo f!l..gll, the p..nv wnrnln" v. f 1 1 1 1 I'nnmn.s m.'uu n uie iien rope wna i pii-eu 1 1 iiirger, re-i.nie'B .ii'....... ..i. ... sculptor, at HIS SUIIIIO, Wfi 1'IISl !l' boats, finest rate in- ss than you can travel by rail, and you get rid of the dust and changing cars. If you want to go South beyond Nor folk to Southern Pines and Plnebluff, tho winter Health Itesorts or to Vaughan, N. C, the Pennsylvania Colony headquarters, reachl.ind, X. C, the Xew England Col ony, Statham, Ga., tho Ohio Colony and headquarters of tho Union Veterans Fouth- ern Settlements, you can connect with the Seaboard Air Line. For information as to rates of travel address W. P. TFItNElt. ent Haltlmore, Md. In view of tho controversy which fol lowed tho attaching of a rider lo an np- The people of this country l. r.....l. Ul.. 1 I.I... ..... 1.. n.,l .11.. .r.ll , .ul II lllflt (llut.int Ulltl ' V 1 1. , I. I . .1. . , , ,1 , i , iinvuhii n'"i.- j fi.vi, inn. ui... imee. iiii. i, iia. i..i,ij ,iu ritj ,....v u.. line, ev luiii, nu uee-ii 01 i-te- ie:.i icj i u -.,.,..i TJ.ic.mrrA.. seems lo havo visibly alfecteel iho otulcok i. ,.. . ,i , . .,, ,.m ,. ,..,,, .,.,..' ,,. ., General Passenger A .,.- elk e UHIl.'J C-H1H.I 111 , III','J-1VI. J1U ,11 .-UIJ J llllllll. I 1 UUlUilt, 11. I1UUU eUlllU I ICM 1 ,J1 1IUO UU3 , . for the passage of an appiopri..tion of kept tho crowd hiugning. It uei-jriLtl u, A lecturer on the fixed stars recently hit ; n Montpeller. I I' or Information as to farming or mlno- $113,0ciO,00o lor the construction of tho me, howovsr, that they laughed not to ui.on the following aeliolt method to illus-1 Charles Uewey, a brother of tho rear,! lands, water powers, manufacturing Nicaragua canal: but thu triends of that' ai ..u cm u-..ie- i...- ubumh.. ... ". aiiinuni, wuu ma.ie un- .ieeiu.uioii, pro- si(CS or w Inter lc-soits, rates of board, rent v. -.iiimim.-" iinii ..... ,. b. .u . . , - - i uiiHirn um iiuai iiiiriini- in ,-vri, I'll. nun. . ,,. . , iupi.os.' that some wealthy direct lar. All tho strength and character of tho of Cottages Ate, address great project luivo evidently determined I Another quaint chaiacter was old Hei went of outlet lor their energy and cup! to allow nothing to Interfere with tho Ulshop, whos,-) llttlo eld "Franklin Hotel" t;il, ermstruet u inilwuy to Centni.il, . "id i , .n-.admlral's hundsomo face, ns well as HICK, Chief Industrial Agent, ! success of tho underlaliiiig. The last occupied tho rite of thu present Vnn Ness with a view toward tho encourag.'iiient of ti,o penetrating expression of tho eye and Plnebluff. North Carolina. proprlation bill during tlie recent session i,,.nn r ,h o,i,.n,-iii,.s ,,r n. e-m-ii in iim "o""1-'. no was iuu 01 uuuuies, nut wi.s tramo put tne ia-- ne - ee.un j.i-i me nun, resoiuto eiun, aro correctly re- of the Vermont legislature It is Interest- , - ., , m ,, . , q,llto "Ked aml 1 "11H t0 i'0U,,K t0 Un,iW 'nfs' lulling lo lake ..clvantage ot the p.oduced in tho bust, ci inc epi-mnni. i.cisi.uurc, is i nercm IJU,!tK0 ot the bill in nld ot tho canal as mUch about him. Just 3u yearsagoto a -lay reduced rate.-, a gentleman, 1 way of pro- Sculptor Ghlgll is now moulding In clay Ing, it not instructive, to note that the a ,.lllc,. OIl Lll0 ,.lvei. aml ui,or b nn(j a almost those old walls witnessed a mem- riding himself with small change for the .. niv-sixo statue of the rear admiral to icpublleans in Congiei-s havo attached bitter controversy Is being waged over "I r.blu scene It was the departur- of tho journey, buys up the national debt of i. er. eled in the city nf Montpeller as liders to nearly eveiy npproprlatlon bill ,1,,, .,iim,,t f,r ib S..ni,. in force tl.o . ol BOMl "- 1 ' uuiornia. ,-Mgianil ami a lew oui.; r i ci.iui i.-s au.i i. - which h,s be n pre-scn.ed. Wh, says that lnulHUre t;,roUBll ln tm torm , T ' Harrington nnd Osr p! ermont legislators aro not up to date? T)l(1 tenators say that they will insist Hlackman. TheV assembleJ at the hotel on the Nicaragua canal appioprlutlon, ' oyonmg tor a supper, Keeping it wllhn.it ,- ,t , i , . up till thu stago started at 1 o clock 111 wiinout tt,i10 House leaders, including all of the ' i i i, , t,, , reference to political affiliations can re- ,, .publican members of tin- committee on that some ..f them left town that' winter jolec in announcements ni; mat coming ,ivcrs and harbors, nru said to bo do- morning, "loaded for bear.' JOHN S. PAT A. L. from Sharon, l'enn., where an advanto ijt ten per cent In tho wuges of tho em ployes of Hie llessemer Furnace associa tion affects about Vni) men; und the grati fying fact about this announcement Is that It Is only ono of n number of such siaienienis. i iieio ram is plainly enjoy- ; amemdm-nt to pass as a part of It ing renewed prosperity. mauds a seat In a Pullman ear for (Vn- liuirl. For this he presents a cheek rep resenting a total of $.(.,0UViA more or Uss. Having taken his seat, It occurred to him to ask, 'At what rate do you travel?' '.Sixty miles an hour, sir, Includ ing stoppages," Is the i nswer. 'Then, i v.h.-n shall wo reach Conluiirl?' 'In 4S,c;3.- t.'rinlneil to make an iineoiupiouiislng light ugnlnst tho mounted bill. Chairman Hui ton of the river und harbor commit, tee is quoted as saving that it Is better lor Uie wholu river and harbor bill to fall .iiuiiy inner Mceu.-s nii.i iiie-.-n cruivii in ooo years. oil the memory but perhaps your readers Tbo moon Is Interested will lio crying "enough!" this month In soon as completed. The statue was order ed by citizens of that city. PEKSONAIj. News has just been received by bis friends of tho transfer of Mr. ltobert M. t'olliiifl from tho London ofTce ot tho As sociated Press to Manila, whero he will tako ehnrgo of Associated Press Intf res s. For tho past 1! months Mr. Collins has ' rather morn than the ordinary number of sported Engllth polities and was also C. S. r.ioi. hfttr .S'lV.' I 1 -TP von iiHinmnfr a, in thp ri. suits oil your Poultry f'oou, an ' u- plcud tn nay that I n-ir.inl it n.i exa-lltut ui.. .h. 1't-rlnuw no Utter prion of my i-ontideiic. In I'.M.K'S I'lIHVEC-Ti-li liii'i n-i! t-i u in i.u .t .,........ ...i a 40-yi.ar exile, as h? hoks b.-wk tlnougli pother nine of these events. Ot theso Ju- 0f the session ot the peace commission. too ncres of meadow, IW acres of upland tlmt after itiiuu; it a thorough trt.d in .i small way, 1 fi-iu j tn. u MiiKi.' urnt r ior in jHiiiii.iv, nun fnii-ci, Auction Sale. The owr. rs of tho so-called Leonard Farm, in Hincsburgh, Vt. will sell It and the Stock, Farming Tools. Dairy Utensils, Hay, Grain, etc., at public auction, nt tho farm, on Wednesday, March 8, 1899,; At 10:30 o'clock In tho forenoon. i Tho farm consists of 2C ncres In a body, I keep Poultry PAGE'S FEuFECTES POULTRY FOOD, H PROLIFIG EGG PflBBC PAYS FULLY TWO HUNDRED PER CENT. PROFIT. Read what dealers and poultrymcn say about it: TESTIMONIALS. Eccls Thtm All. East AmtNt, Vt., Aug 1: 'J! C. S. r-AM. I'.r.-i.r: I ha o tirp.I s.,veral Uin.U f. .1 lioul'i-v looil, lu . i-.iii l rut hf ul' v civ ' at 1 . to. ti-d l'miltry l'jod excels t.ie-m a:i u an h'K r ilue-illg food. U li.MllE '1 A Single Order for 28,000 Pounds. SinrrENSDi-r.o, Pa., Aug. lo, '93. A feeling- of gentle i-adness steals over planetary i oiijuncllons, there being ullo- Hlatloued In Putls dining the last month divided ns follows; 11" acres of pasture, the dim distance on these pictures their stir distance on these pictures with ,,u(.r nml Fiiuius furnish two each. Ju- Ueforo going lo Ihigland Mr. Collins was timber mnlnlv sugar maples, and in rroiindlng halo nl youth; and tho piter's being on the 2 und 23th. and Ur- tho Associated Pies.s' ..sent at thu Hotlso 0f swamp wobd-niainly cedar. It if than for tlio Somite's Nleuiagua canal hope is fondly hcrinhetl that .iirnng tho , nl1H '0M the Ith and aist, Tho e-loest nnd cf itepresentallves In Washington acres is In a to bend you evt-n lancer ordera the. roming iieaoii. -i-r t and readern af tho Free l'ress mny bo found As ail (.rir.nroiluecr I think it ,.pminr. 1m. pxthIIi-iI. 'good stato of cultivation, has a good soil, eicn l.y tin- hlsh-pric-i-ii poultry foods iihicli aru le nto entertained by his colleagues. On February ISth .i i teady slrf un of Ice, Word comes from Washington that the In cakes, somo of them 10 feet s.iiaro and international complications suro lo arise two feet thick, was (loatlng past Nf-wjlf Congress got.- ahead with this hasty Orleans down tho Mississippi and alnro canal programme are fully npprecl ited then ico has been seen In tho gulf off tho and that private coiifeieiices havo l.een mouths of the river, for the fin- 'nie in held with tho President on tho subject, history. "In ono of tho histories of Now!JIr- McKlnley is said to havo given us- Orlcans, says u letter from that oily, surancen mat in tlio event ot tlie pas It Is understood that Blmllar sentiments " ,nv w,'", ' wntlons ot tno wilier, it noi men iiiieic. in ins mih- jeet, will prompt llie-n to rejd his aitk-Io. Willi Indulgent criticism, GKOlinK K. IIEItH'.CK. DFPI.KTION OF VHR.MONT FORFSTS. One can but noto with apprehension tho gradual depletion of out- Vermont forests, .vlth no effort mado to replace tho most betiut'ful meeting of all will be tho m,-, Collins will be remembered by many it. ,i nrndueiivn farm In thu best farming, 'ns Produced by other manufacturers. one on the sth, when Venus und the mo.m ,Vimontors as ho sx-nt bis early life In section of Vermont. Immediate posses-' Yours truly, ClI.Pii.ua. wlll seem to lie almost touching each oth- Mlddleburv. belntr irrudiiatcil from Mid- i i,.,.n I er. 1 he last quartering ni tno oiu inw die bury eollcgo In tlio class or 'iv. ilia occurs on the -lib, whllo tho new mbe pucccks lu journalism has been marked eoms to us on tbo 11th. Thero wlll be a !llu bjB recent transler lo this Important first quartering on tho 18th, und u full position of war com spondent in Manila moon on the '.7th. Personal property will bo sold for ca.-h and real estnto on easy terms, 'terms to be mado known at lime of sale. This farm is situated In the west part is nn evidence of tho high ewtlmate placed 0 tlio town of Illnesbursh, Is three miles This Is the last full month for Jupiter to on his abilities by tho Associated Press. be among tho morning stars, for ln April , i . I.lrt 1 ..un. ,, c Vir tn .HI. UIU.1,1- I,. Jirillin, C-7...U ,l l.W-l, m-, , V .,,.. .nn , h,i ,n,,in re ni in i scencos ot tne iiuriington or :uty there Is a record of Moating ice, but tho wku of thti 1)111 ho will not allow anything, and pine. The vast Inroads made upon Htory has always been sneered at." "I to bo dono In tho direction of aulual voi k have lived hero fifty years," said ono oldjupnn tho canal pioject until suitable ai- liual output with young growth of the , '"' '""'i, ,i" . md i, Vmmhrlio V -"S". jro printed In another column, varieties most in deman.l, such us spruce ,0 anP'lch. .'! . '. .! ill I temcmbeied by our older citizen, as n I. resident ot tho city recently, "to .rungemonu liuvo been mado with tho Feo ico passing down tho river. 1 never expect to see It again, " governments or Mcarugut mid t'osta Itu-a. If (lie measuio is pus-.ed In lis present form tho President wlll praeti- our young sprueo and plno foiesl.s at tho Clmstmiis holiday approach is especially onco more enters tho realm of tho morn ing stars. Neither of his conjunctions troin the postollieo In that town, nlno miles Horn tho railroad station nt either North Fcrrlsburgh or Charlotte. Thero aro two co-operatlvo creameries, ono Is three miles and tho other four miles from the farm. Tho fences aro good and thero i-nn of Ibf, bite, .lobn He.rrlok. n. irnnd ....,.. ..n.i ,.-nt.,i,.. nui-..., i,r r,n.m.,n .i.i. t n,n .mm., Cdl nf mnrn fruit trees. Tho build with the moon Is practically close ;that on llo ((K,orKO E-) Krmiuated Irom tho Unlv-' Ings are a house, gooel mlk house, goewl destructive. Thousands mon thousands of " " " ', ', "".. . , , ' ' " ' V.Vii orslty hero In 1. He wus for a number , hog house, granary, norso earn, nay uarns young spruce trees from three to ten feet """' " " ' of years connected with tho water depait- und stables lor tying w iieau oi niiut. In helglit nre nniiunlly HhlpHd to tho lai-UGi- cities. Tho smnll llittnniie tbo fnr mer receives for them botsamos Iu;"r u source) of wonderment to thoso as on the 29th, Urnnus does not have, the moon quite i H ,s Ml ,)ls ll0me enr enough to him to Indlcato Ills exact . whereabouts, ns he is more than two de ment of the city of San Francisco, which i Hutmlng water at ono of tho yards, good well and cistern at tno nouse. r,igineou cows and SIX two-year-oiu ueuers an showing mado by Admiral .Schley's mate- j tho sum of U5,rH).00u lor tho construc ment nn official lnquliy may bo instituted thm of an Intcroeeanlo canal acios-i tho to ascertain why all of tho vessels ot tho Isthmus of Nicaragua whenever In hU rs fiquadron on tho wntch for Ccrvcra's flct t ' timaUou the tlmo is propitious for such except tho Oregon, wcro in a moro or less on underiaklnff. disabled condition on July 3, when tho The. demand for tho construction ot a Hpnnush ships camo out of Santiago hai- Nicaragua canal under tho auspices of liar. If thero ln anything connected with, tho t'nlted States government is not eon our conduct of tho Spanish war on land 'h" ' n' nlhoroiitK of uny party, but or wnter that iias not been inquired Into, the discredit of this great nation demands that it ba attended to at once. No won der European powers aro Inclined to smile nt our exhibition of the urt of making war. is tuilto general among nil clusstM. Tho valuo of such a watcuway to tho commer cial Interests ot this country Is beyond s to the northward on both occasions. DEATH OF RKV. SPF.NCnn MATtRII. ot our forests nt heart. There are many Ji' '"" " 1B "'"""f l" ',u"'i'u" , Word was received In this city sterday ncres ot land lu Venmr,t that could bo nf, "IM'ohHIo.i, "nil when there thoso of us ,)f U)0 ri,collt ,,,,.,, , Wll,s of Hov u, ,.i , ur., ,.i., m.. i.i who nireeed In distinguishing him from un,,rnr Mumii. Mr Mnmh , ,.rnri. provo not only a sourco of beauty but thn brilliants surrounding him will luivo ullU. of IJartmouth und of Andover Theo. Dewey of Monlpoller, F. II. ! ot added prollt to the. farmer. It Is to be "!m l,t'll,f' ,a'st , tl1? yoar' ,tTatur" logical 9emlnary. For four years, from Uruiidon, or coming lu, live yearling heifers and ono two-year-old bull; four shoats, about 20 tons of h.iy, 2i0 bushels of corn, a quan tity of potatoes, etc, etc. Far further particulars inquire ni unas. arnngton ot l.rmril IV.nl unuhl nlltinnl ,.,.,,,1111.,.,.. H1SO CnilCU il IllOl IIIUK Bl.U. UIIU IS III l Ull 1C-,! n 1VI 1.1, W1IK lirmtnp nf ll.n li'll-at will yot become so changed for the better I'osltlon ot quadratiiiv on tlio 13th, or half , t,iircli In this clly und later was pastor of that Iho young growth of our foivsls wlll w ay betw een conjunction with Dip sun find I a church In Hnverstruw, N. Y, Subse not need to be saorlllced to provide In such ' 'ippolllon. He will bo In tho latter lUti- c,m.tly for thren years, 1S73 to 1WG, ho a in. nger way the lncomo which many ot "t'0" In tho eaily days or June, wiion his 1 wns piofessor of modern languages In Dm our farmers so sadly need.-Ncw Hngland i "ll!llnw ''T'lJn(' w,'" " n lH?nslnit object j ,,nvi.,.bty r Vermont. Still later ho was Homestead. ,lo Interest us during summer evenings, HslHtnnt In the Congressional Library when wo aro sitting out a danco on thu hoiel piazza, should conversation by any Washington advices say that Ihe war department Is convinced thut an offen sive campaign must be immediately un dertaken nsalnst the Filipinos. But somo of the rcit accounts seem to Indicate that Gen. Otis will need all the men he hat, in ordsr to maintain his present po sitions. Ho lias a serious nroblem before him In tho protection of Manila mid tho suburban towua from lire, because ot the, It Is very hard to stand Idly by and see unlucky chance Hug, or If wn should, per our dear ones suffer whllo iLwaltlnir tbo rlnmr-r. have been sat on sullleleiitK' in compulation, while Its udvnntngc3 In tlmo arrival of tho doctor. An Albany (N. Y.) mala, u cbiingii of topic somewhat deslr- ot war would bo of the most important, dulryiniin called nt a drug storo there for able. chaiacter. Hut it wlll be better to post-1 'lf(,,,or to como and see his child, l ien ,,......, .. , .very sick wllh croup. Not finding-tho doc pone Dip pussngo of an appropriation ior,0ln lic. left wora for ,nl to c01n0 llt this purposo until the opening of the next1 onco on his return. IIo ulso bought a bot Cotieress than to pans at this tlmo amid Do of Chamberlain's Cough Ilemedy. the hurry of tho last days of nn expiring which he hoped would give some relief .l.l-ilnl-i mar t..BnM lllllll U1U UUUIUI W.HUIi. a.U.o, ,vt. Venus Is now moving In toward the sun. and nfter a whllo she will get thorp, and when sho again emerges It wlll bo to glad at Washington. Ills first wlfo was Anna, daughter of tlio Into President John Wheeler, ror several years past Mr. Marsh has lived abroad. He was ubotit C5 years of age, M. F. AI.HF.N. North Ferrlsburgh, Vt. February U, 1S09. Xl,w,3t Wn havo saved many doctor bills stneo wo I'osnn using wiiamiiei lain s cougll Hotel For Sale. Hotel, Stable nnd Hoarding House known ns the Commercial Houso, situated on No. Main St., uarro, verinuni, i-ivo iiiiuuies Hens Btan to Lay. North I'OMHitT, Vt., Auj 1?. "H (. R. Paof. Of'ar .Sir: npf.-re I Im-cvi fpillnc Ta. 1 r " i-tt-el lYm'try t'noil my hn til.l not la ar al ill .soon as I 1.,-Kin t.. toe'U it they 1h'iui to lav t think it is a Boo.1 thing. I 1 W .ir.iiEN. Best and Cheaptst Food on the Mtrket W'tir GLOir.ii, Vt.. Aug 2.', '33. C. P. TAnr. fitir Sir: haiMihed rape's Perfected V' -try Tood ami can cheerfully recommend It to oth m an.tl.o In-.t and ei,e-ai.efct food on the wirkpt for I. i' J liens. W, 0. Kl.vu Twice as Many Eggs. 'o. Gkikmue, N, Y., Aug. 1, 'H. CSS. To. i'ar Sir: I hae lued Taa'a IVrfoete.t Poul try Food for month and am com nice I that 1 t -6 twice as many engs as I should without i- 11. J. holUSTH. We guarantee every pound of it to give perfect satisfaction. We want agents everywhere to sell this food. Now is the time to take hold of it. Farmer's boys often make the most successful canvassers. Write for terms to agents. Write to-day. Address the manufacturer. CARROLL S. PAGE, Hyde Park, Vt. Twenty-Seven Dozen Eggs Trom Twelve Hens in a Month. Moskton, Vt,, Aiir. 32, i)8. C. S. Tkot. Dear .S'l'r. Lat Fprmr? I triftf Tain's PertVctttl Poultry Komi ami result va I reiviteit twuty fceven dozeu egga from tehe hens in one month. Mrs. K. IIeqoii, Artificial Haman Eyes pMd,ILL0YD4 ASM-'"' Waslilneton Street, opp. on somu (Mel, Boston tvo ooeoooK5yo o a i:STA't'B Ot-' MIPS I.Y1H.V M. ItOOY, POl Til HKltO. The linileicluni'!. liavliifr boi-n npnoin' ilen our e-yea a, I ilcllKht us by lier pre-H- I'.omccly In our nomo. o keep a liottlo cnc-B In tho ovenliiK Hkles. Sho Ik tt beau- opon all the time anil whenever any ol' tlfnl object now In thu early inornlin; try family or myself begin to catch cold Jiouri", an lio shines no clearly anil with we besln to uso tno coukIi Iteme.ly, nnd i, A wnii, fp,'n thn Vt Central anil WVlla Itlvor hy tho Hon. l'robate Ooliit for tlm District ? stations; the nlectric- cars pass thn ilonr. -tt' 'TW ? .' nrtT,tir-B,,lWo,f,ffi m.?,?, ofnSll pei-sol,s,ll,!!ri,y.lia "m. 1 IlKhts, lias city water. 1 iissoas on sien , ntl) 1)r Sm.th .i.)r0. sll .liKtr pt. 9 C .lavs from sales . Ue-cc-i K.'.l. lu-ie.l.y rIvo notlcv tlmt wo wli: heallli. I'tirtlier Inlnrmatlon inquire Mis. ril.: .,. ,,,.,,., Qf fv.iintniinr nn.! J), I'attorson, 13 huatern Ao.. ll.iiri. , t. , . ,w(-ai.c'l. Jn Houth Iloro. In sail! PAIN EXT HACT0R hours he retwneel, saylnr tho cloctor neod such brilliancy Just beforo sunrise, Sho Is as a result wo never nava to send awny 33,v,'2m MAPLE SYRUP. Congress a insasuro foreign complications and borlous ob- , n, n,n rhllrt was much better n vr.rv rnmnnnlonablo and so irrAoofnii,. fmr a ilor-tor and Incur 4. lante doctor bill. atnclps In tli nath of this irreat nroi(Ht. Tho rtnio cltit. Afr. ftttn Beholi. savs ths nrinmn nnr we-atorn skv when an i,vninu fnr Phamberlnln's Coutrh Remedy never I Wo are now contractlnc for maple- ey Tho Nlcararrua canal like Home wlll not fnmlly has since- recommended Chamber- star that nothing cun compe nsato for tho -falls to cure. It Is certainly a, medicine of rup to be mado this comlne season, for ii liiiiit in n iinv iiiirt fw inni.th. , L 'a'n' Cnu nemeAy to their noishboi-s time she lb absent on the other side of tho sieat merit and worth.D, S. Mearkle, which w will pay cash upon delivery bo built lu a ilnj, unci a few iiioiitlu He. nnd frenflH Ult he ,ins n onnstnnt i'-isiin (lnernl Merchant and Farmer. Mottle. Please call at tli niuco or wrlto for prlc l,iy for tlio purposo of iireparlnir Iho way maud for it from that part ot tho country. .Ni-ptuno Is lu quadrature this month, Bedford county. I'a. Fur sale by It. U. to Welch Bros Maple Co.., Uurlliigton, Vt. tot it may lu tl end hasten ltn wopxaa.lVof uoio by .B.SU)roa & Co., PrvpguHa. j una In tho mldUie ot Jutio will ba in con-i&tcarua & Co., Prueetst. W.wt Curca mnU'.en and danorous d easen. A Talunble rr in-iy In onses of Croup. Cold. Grip, lnumcHila, Diphtheria, N'eirralfria. and Ttbetima tism Price, a, Uc. ami 11.00. M dnixirlft nrrd denlir, or trial site by livalt on ioelpt nf 25c to lr, IU A. Irrphajn & Co., Versnnes, Vt. and of tin. late dcci'ai-e'.l. Jn Mouth Iloro. In said district on tlv 1- h dn of .Inly, A. U., l.".i from o'clock a, m. until i. o'clock n, in. of sflld day, and that six in nths fmr the ssth dav of January, A. P., ik0, Is the time llmlte-d by uil court tor sniu e-ieuii- a ors to lucsent their claims to us for ex- k Ur. Intrham's Wver Pills, Kc urr.lnntlon and allownnce. D0404040000XOo l.aion at tsoutn nero ir.ea ciu uny oi rebiuary A. V. l9. , . , J 1-1DWIN ADAMS. Adm. HKNHV W CON HO, JOHN F A1,I,BN. K.w.Jfc ' CuuiUs5tonari, YOU can nave your old books rebound at this office.