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THE LEADING LOCAL NEWSPAPER IN EASTERN AND CENTRAL VERMONT. VOL. XVI. WEST RANDOLPH. VT.. JANUARY 1G. 1889. N0.1G--795. HERA AND NEWS. frtaui Every Wedneaday Urculn ! WKMT BASDOI-Fir. VT. TWO EDITIONS. TKUMS: -.I ff A YEAH fui the P5 jM .()() Titian: a. '..UUI.M lnr ""'"'I Tnranr conntiea. Pitl-Seld, Ha.iw.rk .nil Granville ty-Tidi edition gives ouly the local ncw. .i ii'A YK.tltfor the KKiHT PA;!? SI ,2) Pillion: 5 enla lea. In Windsor 3Li.,nticoiiiilles, l'ltudiehi. Ilaneoek and t.rauvllle SuTuli rcVulu- paper aud give- all the news Klrror &, Fanner .n.l ellil pajre edition 1 ,tu ayoarlu Vcruiuul: elsewhere I1.6J. (100 00 (n.oij - ao.oo (.00 ADVERTISING RATES. ft column, one year, -M talf column oue J ear. awiniarter column, one year, a Inch, one year, - pr Advertlsementa for a shorter time per aunt aureltian uie prujtui g-Sneclal position Sn per cent extra tsTroliate notice ! (XI. LeiflU notlrea lOo a line. l-No dicount on aouve raUia. Hand In copy by ..Oaf. Business Cards on 2nd Page. , 1KNTKAL vkkmont kailkoad fommeuclng .Sunday, Oet'er 7, 1888. GOING HOI TH Trahu leave KAMMILI'li a. follow. I. 0 . m, Mht Elpreai from Ma-acn.oiiiy, moo- irpal ana me wi-i, lor no.iou, uvvm .. Ne Kinrland points. SleeplnKCara ft- Bon ton via. Lowell. al.o for Mprlmrllel.l run) dally Hundav. lucludcd Montreal ui Boatou via I.WI-ll. in i ui. Mall from St. Alhana and Burtlnirton for 1 ' .. -t.. ....ti ....1 l.'ltl.l,i.tf fi.r )! notion. t. ""rii i point In New Eniland. . . 1.40 p ui, Limited Kxpreestrom uinlnsnur,ion- In-al anu uie wei, lor voueom, Kaaliua. Lowell, Bontnn; and New York, via SiirnornV 1,1 ami Sew London. 0 p.B. l'aneiieer for While Klver Junction. M1H is,t I." iv n . 1,00 m. Wain Kxpreaa, from Boston ana fe York tor Montreal, i u-iieiisniirs nu mc ..cpi.. gleenlnp car to Montreal runt dally Hundavi Included. linauin to Montreal via Lowell. MS a. ui. l'ai.eiiKer for Rutland, BurlluittoB and 81, Alhans. I M p ni, Mall Train from Bnatnn. Woreeater, Sfirtnrtlelil. NfW London, ano Slew lora. 101 Burllinuiu.St. Aloaiin.Oirdeuiba.ra'. Montreal, anil the wi'.t. Orawina- room ear to Montreal. I.St em, Fast K.xprws. from Bolou lor Montreal and weal, ruiiman i aiae.-'e,--Inir car aiuclied running- throuali to Chtaau-o without cliaujre. TVronifli uekeia lor Chicago, and the weat lor lair ui ilw principal .tatloua. fcW.lTMMlMfN, .W,noiWBl, Qea, 1'aatenjfer Airent. m-.a. nanv V fROYALKS'iM J ar kau awa M M EDITORIAL NOTES. No wore subscriptions for the Mail and Express, N. Y. Press or Boston Advertiser will be tali en after Saturday. Absolutely Pure. This irOwd.T never varl. A n.arvt-l of nnrtiT utiviititii anrt wl!olttH)iiiMittN Motr frtrit;lrl tiuin Ihf unllnnry knuU, and caitn.t Im imI1 in p.mpilttim Willi the nailtlluile of low wl. -.hort whIbIil. iinim r pli'mpliaif pnwiiiT, fxilit only In cut. KulAL MAKING roW UKM ( O., m WJI lit. N. V. VILLAGE FARM For Sale. IWrTT T my fcnn r.n (Vntrml Ptrft. IT 1. J J J J near Ayn's ltiok 1'riiiire run- tatmintr (nui unci or inhu, t-uitairiv uivi'ied Into pahitirf mid iH'aift. cut m(kmu IS ttn nlrv liv, iMtn)fiiiill fruit. rnii wi.T Ht l i ii w ami tmrti. l lw Honw l two tiuri with I,, -titdalnii lu rn. rooms hat-ii. on 1 11 1 ii vit ail In not .sun. r ptili . nr tine tit Hlrlnir a irooti farm nar mic if thi- tx'st rrhMiU in VI oJinrolifk, .iurf, etc . caumii tlo U-tTr-r t .aii to cm and M'f ihli pi ic. FHAXft Holnwr, W, Kond.ilph. Vt., uw.ltli. IhrtS. 7W SfTKD I Mrr men to wll nnr fnilt and or if namcntMl HttH'l.. WVran irlvf you a food tvlnr nttuatioii at on Kit'liartiHou tiu. Addr for Ict iiift ii-nt;va. NurMiryuifii, N.Y FOR SALE! 1 an t wted Travi'ma Sleluh.wlth fhaiu and afrit. V III cicliaape for oilier property. (VIM, Vt. H. A. LUCE, 0. M. RICK, DENTIST WiriinlNltrouaOxliff Om arinilnlfit fVr paln- trHctlririlotl. Ai l.flcml TttHli t nil UunrH-r, Ollimml. or Hictiil, fipfralioits trt-fiilJ pt-riftrnitfl iuI utitt. faction varnti Iffd. Mwuppoftitflluul In llaicli's btuck, hrlarav.Vi. Salesmen Wanted. hunr anu KXPKNHRf PAir, or uhkral nRBilmno ItK-al nin. Outfit l'rt no1lKtlm(. Nreutmt p iil-iiii rnaranttii. Kxiwlt-noe wwj. inotceor icrriiorv ir appiv at once. L. P. THURSTON & CO., Empire Nurseries, Rochester, N. Y. 't Forget to Call before you buy your BOOTS tow the large stock of the best Boots M Shoes manufactured, kept by , JOSLYN ni save money by doing so, and It not cost you a cent to see hat lie can do for you. litst Kunlirrs at lowest Dikes. f,!i DR. STIMSON 5 Corner of S. Pleasant and Prospect Sts. West Kaiidulph, Vermont. STAT KOK VFHMONT, ( In Probate Court hM Ha kvpoho dint hh:t. nh. t V inKUtofk and for aiU lMstrlrt. on the M. dur of Jan. A. I'n'nenu lion. T O. harr. .hif1n. Wiincr A.adnrr l V ailnihii-.li ator tf tin wtaif of HeujAiiiin lluniou lteif lM'iicitr in wild (lin tel im'. tnlt-nlnl and of ihv tvtalf of Kolon I'ollaid laie-.f itd H ch tT d-fwa-'d Ititn.tti tta fir; piit(t to Kald ronrt tiU petition In rl iun niak n? appllraiit.n for Iwit iom-U ail of Hm i'l w ta'e of the nid lU'njmiiln liun on derfawti h1iu.iI In ttttH tal- and all f tin- real estate of t)e BHhi Hu nn I'o.Urd d'Ct -tft Ntttr te In tin iaie. und Kai-I a tinin Istralorln tlieras of earli of ;iiii MattM nprt-M'i t that aiieh wale m nenertrtary f r tlw puri t.f pa tny the dehln due from eai'li of Hiild eU!, that aaid r :! rtle .f eacji of faid taieh !. mi uialed that a part thereof cannot he Hold vilh- ut Injurv to ttiooi- Inter cut d In the remih d r, and that nueh sale will be .H-nt'fVlal to a 'J per-n tut erected In nld tale. Thetonrt therefoie appoint, the itli day of .'an. K-9 a- a time and the Proltate (MHoe In Wodti ek afoiettaid ma a place of hearing ami decldlnir on mid application J !- fore ordt-n that notlM! of the aame I plvt-n to all per-HonR intenteil In wild etAt hy pnhtlhtnfr a copt of tlw n-ord of I hid ri.r tliree wt-i-k Hiu-een-iilvely In tho Herald A New, a newspaper piihUsilietl at l.aiidoliih In Ihli slate, that ti t v mav appear ue fore aald foiirl and ciifl the allowance 'f nahi ae- auxrnt if tluV mtti l-allkf!. A trill' PTttfl. Attf'Ht. A true copy of record. Attent. 7itf TllOH. O. 8-TAVICR. Judpi. BURLINGTON Business College ofTora to both twx- tliiirmicli umi'tical education inBook keeiiiiifir, Sliortlmiif! d Common Kng li.sli. New Circular free. K. (i. EvANS,Prin Will Kdmiuids enter the cabinet ? This has been the talk in political cir cles. The president-elect miclit look further and not find a man one-half as good. There were so many disappointed because The Tribune wag withdrawn that we have had the offer extended till Feb. 1st. We do not think" it can be extended beyond that time on any ac count, so remember, till Feb. 1st $1 4!) will pay for Herald and Tribune one year, in this state. The New Hampshire constitutional convention has adopted a recoinnu'iida tion looking to constitutional prohibi tion. If all the suggestions of thisoon venliou are accepted by the people the State of New Hampshire will be a lit tic ahead of all the other states in w hat may be called progressive legislation. The Electoral Colleges of the several states met at their state capitals on Monday of this week and cast their bal lots for 1'resident and viee-I'resident of the United States for four years from the 4th day of March next. No ques tion about results. A ineseiiL'er will was appointedto carry the vote toWash- ington from eacn state anu ueiiver it in person to the clerk of the House of Ilepresentatives. The constitutional convention of N. Hampshire which has just adjourned, recommended among other things, that an educational qualification be inserted in the constitutiou of that state as a condition of naturalization. It requires that foreigners who would become citi zens and vote must be able to read the constitution in the English language. This is a step in the right direction and we hope a similar clause will find place in every state constitution. It is said that the Territory of Dako ta can cast as many votes as the State of Georgia. Cleorgia solids ten repre sentatives to Congress. These ten are of the opinion that Dakota should not be allowed to send any. Why? He- cause they would be republicans. Is the democratic party the great party of equal rights? What a mockery it seeks to make of true democratic principles. STOP MY TRIBUNE, ETC. Some of our subscribers fail to un derstand a very plain business rule. We have absolutely nothing to do with any papers we club with except to deliver to each the club price they ask for a year's subscription, and to see that they credit each name we send for the full year, or time specified in club offers, and beyond tlrs our responsibili ty ends. If the paper docs not stop when the time is out, whoever has it must look after it. We do this club business for nothing and solely for the benefit of our subscribers and hence take no responsibility except as stated above. HORSE RACING. H.L. BIXBY, PH0TOCRAPHER. Ilk,, , "pan Tliandayi and St.rtT. u '.'o'o. 1 urMiaT. STATK OK VKKMOST. t In 1'rohate fonrt.held it . u.,i,.. ihxtimi'T. m. i at Wooditoek, within and fur aalil IH-trlrt. on Ihe ll'lh day of l ec I, rnwnt, Hon. T . Saver. Jn.lre. Anln-tnimentpiirportlniMohe the lat will ai . ' i-kl!lIN aleof Hovall. n raid Ulnlrlet, d.'ee.M-d. 1. presented to the onrt I. LI i ll.rln llie cxii-nUir therein named . - -...1 li 1. .n-ih r. ti I'v "M Court thai all 1 1 . ! i nu.n.in Im notified to appear I '."I" "... l l-rolale olhee In XVoodMork .. ... !!.. mill d.iT of Jan :."V....r,itll,eiin.ileof!U.idwilllf they ee - i. ...i ti ! fiirtluT ordered In. ,- . .iv..iv ,niii to the IlineaiiiH nrovln Mid will. In Herald New., a new.,per W&Z'fA Sr.AVKR.Jnd,,.. TATKOF Vr-RMONT.f RlilLPII OlKTKK T.W irlet.on llie 7"" w I. reohste Court held ;t ti.el'ea in aai" ii. i II. ss. Ifenry HiKin n . M'liiewiaya. 0. GOODNO, a J dentist awjasa. ann iJrij.or . . -mm 9- cist . (. ... Vi"," C.t f le. Roeh.at.-r, Vt. . VT- edieine-.T.iUrt Fano. Article. Vnuamopailiit hper Hc. kept on Land. to- L. FUR MAN, jOlClElRIHEIS. w .-ui... ..i.l..lirinrnr tlw ei-tateol li'lnV k eT rteof ru..hildeln. Id lli-lrlet d.-ea-," prent. Id. adnilnMr.,1, n '""""i I d Ion and allowance, and make. PP1'1"" 'l'' Z ir- of dUttlhu Ion a id parti. Ion of .c.7.".nd Vppilei.1... I referred, to, ..on rner.--.u- be held at the l-roha. on theKth day l Jan A . I . IxeS. d,-eKl..i, therei.n; and II la further onleml, liiai ail perna lnieret-d be Bolllte.1 ,,.d lime and ptace. and. If tliey aee oliKTi uiere u , theConrt. Atteal. (I.I.1AM H. Nl HOI S. J". Kiual Settlement. i. STATK OK VTRVONT. ,.....,. IllsTUlf 'T. a i n. ahilivol Iee. A n rrooate Court betd Hanooipn aiw T. ;.. n A. Ain-wortn aotu r oi n e (ii o, W). M.m .town in id dl.tr et. ;S,7..W'. ,eoom.t and applleallon 'f re'er" to a T"8, COFFEES, SPICES, Toliacvo and Cigars. "Wi l.oods and Cantlies. Bethel. 0'0MEELK?Sr,DVITHA BABY ie w-Bhoul the mcmthlv Ti.iU accmnt annapion.i . .... Hehard Wfof) Of ..Id toon IO WW nri. . i, deel-ion oi M-ule,.,. nt : lor rh,,lrMrfl.i. on er .wUrf that aeopyof ll n-c.'rd of l .... . ......u. r in lire llf null' an ed i :::::rn.,r'd.d.nr.i.o-e ttrf uia'ie. T A neat. Kv 111 I l.l.l AM H. MCHOISJodde. Ba K tJJi?L"Xher- Oa!v publication in the ltKcm wwtig children. V 7Teun"iit. (J Beekman St., ' S0)Tar; ij cents a coty. STOCKHOLUKK' M KKTINt. x- , -re... mnilnl TlieythliT sto.-k:..ld.'r of the. Kirt National Rank of CheUea.Vt.v ill at ,h' ir f,!"'k" nVlt k P.M. for fie election of U,rect..rs for Ihe year riininff. i i,J.r vt. ih-c. zijin. i---- C. S of the EMEKV, Cahitr. As things now look the political com plexion of the new Senate will be the same as the old, with a republican vice president in the chair. Thirty-seven democrats and thirty-nine republicans, tells the story. There will bo some variation from this when tliree or four new republican states are admitted. It may be well for parties to run close, but they should not run so close as to be continually bringing about dead locks. The author ot the letter to Sackville West has been discovered in Pomona, Cal. There is nothing remarkable a bout the man, and it was simply the foo ishness of the Administration thai gave him any notoriety. Some men are born great, some men have great ness thrust upon them. Now that the election 1ms parsed nobodv feels anv great interest in the man, who, in novel and marked way helped bring a- hont democratic defeat. V e are jrlad that it is no worse. The Vermont Fish Commissioners have expressed an opinion hostile to the English sparrows. They say they eat grain and drive away msect-eatiug birds, and that crops and fruit sufl'er in consequence. 1 ney recommeuu tneir destruction, but it seems as though the attempt to destroy them would be like attempting to destroy the mosquitoes. They may give a lively, aspect to na- ure, but they are growing into a post- i ii i. ii v tive nuisance. e snan ie compeueu to fight them in self-defence. One representative in the state does not have a high opinion of the body of which he was a member. He writes to the St. Johnsbury Hepublican and tells just what he thinks. Aside from j wo or three measures lie says their work was more harmful than helpful. Through the first of the session they only worked about two days in a week. hey liked to hang arouud home more It has been the intention of the law makers of Vermont to discourage the trotting of horses for money, and thus prevent a species of petty gambling that invariably, if not necessarily ac companies what are known as "horse trots." This kind of legislation is in the iutercst of moral ty and is one of the methods by which good citizens seek to preserve the gootl name of the state. These laws are frequently vio lated, and yet they place it within the power of law-abiding citizens to pre serve order and maintain the peace and dignity of the state. For a number of years the following has stood upon the statute book of Vermont : "A person who trots or races, runs or paces a horse or horse kind for a purse or stake or a wager of anything of value, or causes or aids in causing such a trot or race shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars." The statute was made as comprehensive as language could express the object aimed at. It is plain to be seen that it makes all trotting of horses at agricultural fairs for purses, all "races" where purses are offered illegal. If men were as law abiding as they ought to be this statute would put an end to much horse-racing aud its vicious accompaniments. It is needless to say that this statute has been so completely ignored that many did not dream of its existence. The last legislature changed this section by leaving out the words, "or a purse or stnke." thus reversins the law so far as the oflering of purses is concerned. Some think the change is made In such a way as to leave the meaning uncer tain. It would not be good form if ev erybody could "catch on" to the mean ing at a glance. But we think we un derstand this. Hereafter racing for purses is not contrary to law. We can attend races and not feel that we are liable to be called upon to pay the state five hundred dollars. We do not like this change. We think it would have been better to have kept the statute in its original form. It is too much of a concession to a large class in the com munity w ho do not take a profound in terest in public morals. It may be urg ed that the law was a dead letter in its first form, but w e might say that it was where it could be used with effect if oc casion required. We have laws that the sense or patieuce of the community will suffer to be violated for some time, but when indignation is at last aroused there is an instrument at hand to put an end to disorder. We have laws that are not dead but only sleeping. When they have licen allowed to sleep a long time some suppose they are dead. It i would have pleasedaiis better to have when the law was enacted it is to be presumed that it was in accord with the dominant sentiment of the state on the subject, or at least not so far above that sentiment as to forbid its enact ment. Has that sentiment changed? Have public morals deteriorated? Has it been discovered that it is necessary to the more perfect enjoyment of the ciii zens of this commonwealth that purses should be offered to encourage horse- racing? Was the changing of this stat ute legislating in the interest of gooi morals ? We dou't believe it was. Then the legislature by this act must have encouraged immorality and by so doing cast a reproach upon the good name of the state. Is it wise to lower the stand ard of law to fit it to public sentiment? Is it not better to keep the laws better than the people and draw public senti ment up to their support? I'eople need restraint. They will take liberties with no encouragement. As we look at this matter the whole section might as well have been dropped as this clause. If the dropping of two or three words rs done to satisfy public sentiment the same public would doubtless have been better satisfied to have seen the whol eliminated. It would have saved the trouble of evasion. The fact of the matter is, wherever there are races for purses held there will be betting on the result, at is not reasonable to expect that such a high-toned crowd will gath er at a race as to preclude all betting out of respect to law. You may expect that men will bet just as freely as they have been accustomed to do, and if any attempt is made to enforce the law a gaiust the practic, then all sorts of tricks will be resorted to to make law of no effect. If this is an act to en courage horse-racing then it is just as clearly an act to encourage betting at races. The evil of horse-racing lies principally in the abuses connected with it. If there is any good in the practice it can be conducted w ithout purses. If these are shut out then you can more easily shut out tke rest. Hutting, drink ing, swearing, low vulgarity, sometimes fighting, have so grown up around rat ing that respectable men feel like offer ing an apology to their own consciences when caught in the crowd rf witnesses around the course. $1.69 Any old subscriber who will renew be fore Mar. 31st, and send us the name of one new subscriber, (new means from a futility in which this pi.per has not been taken in the past six months,) may send us $I.(i! fortlie two eight paire papers, one full year each, provided both ff to names in Orange or Windsor couniies, Granville, Hancock and I'iUslleld. This Is selling the paper so close toactual cost of while paper that we must a-k that the names and money be sent direct to us, iu all cases, and money by postal note, or registered letter. So stamps taken. Now go to work at once and get us one new subscriber aud get your Hkhalu for only UU cents. Address, L. P. T HAVFIt. (H CM life For a short time we will for $1.45 send any where in Vt. this paper and either the EOCTON JOURNAL or II. Y. Mail & Express. For $1.55 this paper and Mirror & Farmer. For $1.80 the great 12 page N.Y. WORLD with a complete novel in each week. D 3 13 ITr'AY f Three-fourths of our people are troub ledwiih iJysj epsia or l.iver Complaint in some form or iither, which by nature of the disease has a depressing inllueuce on the mind or body, preventing them from thinking or acting clear! v in anv matter of importance. Indigestion, coming up of tootl alter eating, dyspepsia, sick head ache, acidity of the stomach or any de rangemeut of the stomach or liver (upon which the whole action of oursvs'eui de pends) are speediiv and ctlectuallv over come by the use of Green's August Flow er. The most stubborn cases have yield ed to its influence, as thousands of let ters received will testify. The immense Sale of this medicine is another guarantee of its merits, (over a million and a half bottles sold last rear.) !So we ask, will it pay you to stiller from any of the a- bove diseases hen you can have imme diate relief in the August Flower. Three doses will prove Its worih. Jt is sold by all druggists and general dealers in ail parts ol the world. New Club Rates. Below we give a list of papers that w cm furnish our subscribers at much less than the regular price. If you are not suoscnoer to tins paper you must pa for this year, lisst), before you can huv tne oeiietit or tliese fillers, l tie first Co umn gives the publishers' price for tl periodical named and the second col. the price we can furnish it for. (Subscribers in Chelsea and vicinity please pay 11. O uixuy : Pub price, American Agrii ulturist, 1 50 Field, 6 0(1 Slagaziue, 3 (K) " Monthly, 4 00 Andovcr IJevicw, 4 f Annals of Surgery, 5 00 our p, 1 2 4 2 3 3 51 4 50 than was good for business. They ,aw ,G muain even ,holgh could have done all that was necessary , f then wouM haTe bwn slb. t ..a- AI' .1 1 1 ject to call. It is said that the change in niueli iiss lime, etc. . e iiiiiik ne . . . t. -t : . i - tobl more iruui ...... . . c.etmaoie io . ,lwt ie ,.,w night wcr Vermont's representative-. j harmonize whu lmlllic sentiment. But Arthur's Home Magazine, 2 00 Atlantic Monthly, 4 00 Kabyhood, 1 60 linl Ion's Magazine, 1 CO Breeder's Gazette, 3 00 Catholic Herald, 2 fiO " Keview. 3 20 Century Magazine, 4 00 Christian I'uioii, 3 00 Contributor, 1 00 Cosmopolitan, 2 00 Critic, 3 00 Country Gentleman, 2 50 Domestic Monthly, 1 60 including 1 00 worth of patterns. Demorest's Mag, I 00 Fireside Companion, 3 00 Folio, 1 fiO Forum, 6 00 Forest and Stream, 4 00 Godey'g I.adys Book, 00 Golden Argo'sy, 4 00 Golden Moments. 1 00 Good Housekeeping, 2 50 Harper's Bazar, 4 00 Weeklv, 4 00 " Magazine, 4 00 " Young People, 2 00 Home Circle, 2 00 " " with Prems, 2 00 Household, 1 10 111. London News, 4 00 Wasp, 5 00 Sporting World, 4 00 Journal of Education, 2 50 Judge, 4 00 l.e Bon I on, 8 12 5 2." Life, 6 00 4 20 l.ipplncott s Mag, 3 00 i 50 New York Graphic, 2 50 1 8." ' ledger. 3 00 2 Co " Weekly, 3 00 2 75 One a Week, 4 00 3 30 Our Little Ones, 1 50 1 S Polite News, 4 00 3 75 Puck, 5 00 4 25 St. Nicholas, 3 00 2 75 Texas Sittings, 4 00 3 00 2." 30 !0 3 75 2 80 1 50 3 6; 2 20 1 25 1 2 U5 I 40 4 30 3 35 1 3 CO 2 20 3 50 3 50 3 35 1 75 1 35 1 75 1 00 3 25 4 (Hi 3 BO 2 25 3 50 CONSUMPTION CURED. An old physician, retired from prac tice, having had placed iu his hands by an Fast India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of Consumption, Uroncbitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all throat and lung allections, also a posi tive and radical cure for nervous debility and all nervous complaints, after having tested its wonderful curative power iu thousands of cases, lias felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve human tutl'ering, 1 w ill send free of charge to all who desire it, this receipt in German. French or Knglish, with full directions for preparing and using. Scut by mail by addressing with stamp, Dinn ing this pajHT, W. A. Noves, Power's BlockKochester, N. Y. IMo.N Vll.l.At.t.. We were happy hist week in the dis covery of the inventive genius of some of the good people iu this section. We refer to tli. honorary prolix to the name of one of our citizens. Mr. Cloud however, can't quite see the point. The abora acene la a fearful and fnilhful picture of what is taking place in all parts ot the land constantly. The mother iroes alx in from day to day feeling tired, weak, with n bearing down aeronUon. and j et hoping- that it Is only aome pamln trouble. A fter a time her tired feelinira Increase, ber appetite become poor, ber Bleep broken, and her complexion grows Billow. Too often she hopes n?:uiis hope, and neirleets to take the nniuis in titoa which would bring her certain reli f. One day she becomes faint, her mnsA-k-s grow wenk, her head whirl, and the doctor is bantity summoned. He examines her, shaken his head, hnves medicine snl goes n n . Then pnlr.i beifin tosel ill. and lifethnt wu.. j hurOen lx-f..r, new beoomewanniroiiv. Mieriad'mllt devnm. her pnin Ix-comes almest uhL-hi-mM.. un.it iu-. she dies, mourned !r her clu'iiii-en hniI frit n. .. This is tlie course of thotiftn-isnt once ten It hi and happy women. The iuiitimonititc tenmo, :rouiih whu-h nssaii ti eni nre horrible, and ixiicflto a weiikeliio of . r.'ioi which must ! It reliirt lienod. or h.Hith i sun to ,'-iirf Tl.- over le-lniirtLr cvi.h-ni-e of the won.i. rf nl ra!n of Hum's Kemiily fur fiuinh- ihtti.-uitK pruies its reniHrknhle power. IT t wholly i ewetnlile. It is endorsed hr the mei!te.-.l r-roftoiT, It w ii! Kl'nus relieve nd uuj:ih cure. It mr! Inr ill. ve all o!h r -o-'i.:irtim. For d'-licite women, for ueiiHui.t..,' f,, uity children. Hit m 'a lo-mt.i v i ; a l.i"M-m,r. Hunt's Homcily is for sale In- all ihwl.-rs. and at godsend to any aiiflenuu nan t.r w.-mia.