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.. IliUCV IEHII, EJiUirand Proprietor. TERMS, $1.00 PER ANNUM. intend ml IU4 llgdt Park, Vermont, Pcst-Oficr, stcoJ elntt matttr. HIIIE PtHK.lT., BIC.W. I0. Vc will send the St. Al bans Messenger (weekly) and the Lamoille News to anyaddrcss one year for $2i40i As this is a very low rate, cash must accompany each order. HOUSEHOLD ! We have arranged with the publisher of that excellent monthly journal, The House hold, so that we can club it with the News. Both papers will be sent to any address one year for Si ,75 j cosh in advance. The New Tax Law. the tas bill, House 411, which has passed the Legislature, is a simple, and we think will prove to be tin effec tive ami beneficial measure. It at tempts no sweeping change of our tax system and sets in motion no new and complicated machinery, the practical operation of which might be doubtful. It is designed to make effective the present law which, as has been said a thousand times, is a very good law, if it were only enforced according to its plain and undisputed purport. The new law requires the lister to set all taxable property in the lists at one per cent of its true cash value, anni-aisinc the same at such figures as they would appraise it "in payment of just debt, due from a solvent debtor, having regard to the current value of such property, and the sale thereof, other than auction sales, in the locali ty where it is situated." That is sub stantially the present law. The pres ent law, however, attaches no penalty, for disobedience of the law, on the part of a lister. The new law attaches a penalty. The new law requires from every taxpayer a sworn list or inventory of his taxable property, real and personal, and it permits no deduc tion for debts owing, unless the tax payer specifies in his statement, the debts for which he claims a deduction, with the name and residence of the person or persons to whom such debts are owing. The taxpayer must also make oath that he has not created fic titious debt or disposal of any proper ty for the purpose of evading the law, or affecting the amount of his list. The taxpayer may appeal from the appraisal of the lister, to the se lectmen ; but if it appears that he has willfully violated any of the provisions ot the act, they shall grant him no re lief. If a taxpayer refuses to hand in a sworn list, or the list he hands in is not a true statement of his taxable property, the listers may ascertain his property as well as they can, and shall appraise it at its full value, and shall then double it, and set him in the list at double the amount he would have been taxed on, had he made an honest list. A taxpayer who makes and swears to a false list, is to be held guilty of perjury and punished accor dingly. The listers must swear that they have appraised all the taxable proper ty at its true value in money, and if they swear falsely, they shall be held guilty of perjury and be punished there' for ; and any lister who accepts an mi sworn inventory from any taxpayer or corporation, or who neglects or re- fuses to do his duty under the law, is made liable to a penalty of 8200 for each unsworn inventory received, or for each neglect or refusal, to be for feited to the town or city. A new an praisal of real estate is to be made next April in connection with the new annual list of personal property. This will enable the listers to start square throughout tho State, and to make the lists fair and right, as regards both real and personal estate. Free Press. Vermont's Senators. "Gath," in a letter to the ' Cincinnati Enquirer says :. Justin S. Morrill of Vermont, is one of the most respectable Sena tors we have had in Washington. He belongs to the utilitarian type of Yankee radical, but not aggressive in political things, and always designing something for the beneht ot large classes of people, such as farmers, students and authors. He has had charge vir tually of the Capitol building for years past, and under his influence tue n brary-and the statuary have come out strong, lie and his colleague (ii.ci mnnds) have always been in a state of concord, eenial to see, both ardent men, but both indifferent to official spoils, so they can carry out final pur poses, moral and mental. No State in the Union possibly, since our Gor crnment was founded, has had two better Senators. Zealous, without beign loud, individual, but kind, they are both National men, and only fcd mund's great services in the Senate forbid the general indignation that he was not made President of the United States. A Favorite Youth's Paper. The Youth's Companion, of Boston, has steadily grown in public favor for more lhau fifty years, and is now one ot the most admirably conducted paper in the country. It has recently been increased in size, and is illustrated by our. best artists. - Legislative Notes. The legislature, after llie longest e sioti on rrcunl. adjourned v. iiliout day at eleven o'clock Friday morning. ."eker Martin made a Very aUi-i-liug Iiirewell ad dress. The House diiuled ex-Oorernor Page t taxation bill by U3 to 5l. hM struck out the bill regulating salaries the provis ion lixiiijf Members' ay at 130fortlic c-i'.u, and lias refuted third reading to bills establishing a normal school, changing the uame of the town of Ely back to Verhire, and providing a plurali ty vote In electing representatives. The bill taxing the express and tele graph companies two per cent, on their gross receipts passed both branches. Meeting at 7 o'clock Thursday evening the house was in ses.-ion until 7.30 Friday morning with recesses Iroiu 12.15 to 1 a. in. and a mock session from 8.30 until 7. The Senate met at 7.31) lhursday evening and was in al st constant session until 8 Friday morning. The bill for the support of the govern ment assesses a tax ot JW cents oil tnc dollar for June, 18sl, and 17 cents on the dollur for SS1. In joint assembly Thursday night. Jua- us writ ol elliersiiem was viei-n-u superintendent of education; Wayne llailey ot Kullaii'l. railroad commissioner ; Dr. Samuel J. Allen of Hartford. Jos. C. Iiutlierlbrd of Newport and It. M. Har vey of Topshani, supervisee of the In sane. Capital punishment la not to be ubol lietl in Vermont this season, the bill In troduced by Mr. Booth, of Morrtstown, having' been disposed ot. Alluwin? oulv regular doctors to dis pense pills and other nostrums was killed ii the House. L. II. Thompson, of Irasburg, has been appointed to edit the Kevised .Statutes to gether with Asliton H. Willard. The Governor has signed the bill en acting the Itevisecl Laws, and after the 4th of next August they will become the laws ol the land." Clerks and their assistants, messengers, sweepers, janitors and oilier employes succeeded in getting an increase of pay. The amendments for a return to the an nual system of election, abolishing side judges! and providing one date and place tor the sessions oi me supreme conn,, have failed. The bill establishing a board of agri culture, which passed both branches, pro vides that the governor ami president oi Vermont University, with six persons ap pointed by the governor and confirmed by the Senate, shall constitute the board, witli power to elect a secretary, and shall hold a meeting In each county annually, the expenses of the board not to exceed SOU. Agricultural Phizes. The com mittee of award for the agricultural prizes offered by some of tho trustees of the University and State Agricul tural College, have completed their eport. The names of the successful competitors, will of course be an nounced in due time. e understand that over two hundred young farmers competed for the prizes, 101 of them on corn and 101 on potatoes ; and that the yields secured by the five leading competitors averaged 120 bushels of corn to the acre the season being, as all remember, an unfavorable one lor corn and four hundred and fifty- seven (457) bushels of potatoes to the acre. Chinamen in the South. The at tempt to introduce Chinamen as work men on Louisaiia plantations is said to be a failure, owing to the inability of the Chinese to endure the intense heat. Recently a good many sturdy laborers from Spain and Portugal have been induced to cultivate and gather cotton and sugar, and so far they have given satisfaction. The agency which originally introduced these laborers has an order for ten thousand more, and it is said that one hundred thousand can be readily obtained if employment can be found for them. Economy and retrenchment of al most everything but the time and pay of the Legislature, was the watchword of the session : and the State tax of the two years to come will average but eighteen cents and a half against an average of thirty-Jive cents lor the two years past. That fact alone will commend the Legislature of 1880 to the favorable remembrance of a ma. jority of the people. Free Press. Gov. Farnham has appointed the following persons to constitute the board of agriculture, and their appoint ment has been confirmed : Hiram A Cutting of Lunenburgh, Henry Lane of Cornwall, Elam M. Goodwin of Ilartland, John B. Mead of Randolph M. W. Davis of Westminister, Henry F. Lathrop of Pittsford. Gov. Farnham has appointed as Examiners of Normal Schools, C. D. Mead of Middlebury, Chas.E. Putney of St. Johnsbury and Rev. Dr. M. II. Buckham, from the First, Second and Third Districts, respectively. ..,.:,,,.,.. .... m w Our Little Ones, No. 3, is well fill ed with choice reading for the little ones. , It should be in every family where there is children. Send to the Russell Publishing Co., Boston for a specimen copy. It is understood that Gen. Walker will ask an additional appropriation for the census bureau of $3,000,000. The appropriation is not consumed, but he fears it will not be enough. During the postal year recently ended 9,353,651 letters and packages went to the dead letter office. Nine thousand had no address and 360,000 had the wrong address. In the mon ey letters were found $1,600,000. V Thirty-one of the thirty-eight States in the Union now have biennial ses sions of their Legislatures, and twenty eight of the' State Legislatures will meet in January. Edward Conant of Randolph, who is succeeded as superintendent of edu cation by Julius Dartt; has held the position for six years- The late Legislature lasted 69 da3'S, and the state treasurer paid out as its cost $63,425. or nearly $1000 a day. 8TATC ITEMS. , Woite's health is said to be S. M failing. --Milk is five ccuU per quart in Brattle boro. Isaac Farewell, of Dorset, aged 102, still lives. Simon Cole, of uuiMball, Has bad paralytic shock. General Hazen, chief signal offi cer, Is ermotitcr. Geo. liusky paid f 11.60 at bt. Albans for a drunk. "Many measles' at Roxbttry and one case of diphtheria. Brother Atkins fell on the pave ment and broke his wrist. V. Eastman, at Morgan, lost his riuht hand while oiling a saw. - - . a r II hineraou L,asaiie,ot a wanton, nil and injured his back and hips. W. X. Vanbor, a lawyerof oricu, has suddenly gone to Indiana. At Newbury, Samuel Corliss bad a leg broken, by a falling tree. Webster Butler was killed by a load of wood running over him. At Bane, II. II. Westmore's 13- ycars-old daughter died in a fit. C. Meuovern s lz-years-oiu son, of Lyndon, broke his leg coasting. Orin Green, of Groton, tried to cut his throat but did not succeed. Joe Larrow, of Enosburgh, swap- ed horses 100 times in two months. At Pittsford, Gil Pritchard cap sized from a sleigh and broke his leg. Dr. Parmalcc, of rew lork, is dead. He was a native of Braintree. R. Johnson, at Montpclier Junc tion, split a finger while coupling cars. Due tostcr, from Woodstock, was arrested at Northfield for forgery. 11. Roberts, of Putney, broke his shoulder while working in the woods. The hotel at Richmond, just leas ed to Captain Robert Coffee, was burned. J. O. Johnson, of Norwich, is going to manufacture sorghum next season. E. Ilolbrook, of Bloomfield, found a horse in the stall choked to death by the halter. An 8-years-old child of C. Ban croft, of Montpclier, is very sick with scarlet fever. According to the Vermont Farmer, people in Worcester arc getting things badly mixed. Midnight services were held at the Catholic church in Richford on Christmas eve. Mr. Howard, of Windham, shot a wild cat in his poultry yard. It was devouring a hen. At Newport Lewis Hitchcock took a horse from the livery stable without leave. He was arrested. Edwin Carpenter, of Fairlee, has a pair of oxen that girt 8 1-2 feet and wei:h nearly 5000 pounds. I he Hammond house, burned at Middlebury, cost 833,000, the pro ceeds of three merino bucks. Omar P. Chase, at Wethtrsfield, is reported as having a broken leg and internal injuries by coasting. Judge Aldis has leased to Boston men, land on wliieu a deposit ot iron ore has recently been discovered. At Grafton, Charles W lute was hurt by a falling tree, and Marshall Lanpher fell and broke his wrist. "lake the cake : Mr. Allard ol Montpclier; A 14-months-old pig dressing 600 pounds, can't be beat. lwo hundred and twenty -live thousand pounds of freight shipped from Bane station one day recently. We take off half the size of that stick in Mr. Dean's eye and say 1-4 inch. Typos made it read 1-2 inch. Poultry shows ; at Brattleboro four days commencing January 4th, at Rutland four days beginning February 1st. At Essex Junction a Chabauo boy discharged a pistol he was playing with, and probably fatally injured a thirteen-years-old boy standing by. By the recent decision of the Su preme court, J. D. Whitney recovers the amount with interest, of the bonds stolen from the bank at Brattleboro seven years ago. At Bethel, Charles Coy's 2-years- old daughter swallowed a -five cent nickel. Dr. Green gave ether and forced it into the stomach and the child seems to be well. At Stamford, Charles Crozier struck John Noble with a pickaxe handle and he was picked up for dead, but lives. The affair grew out of right of way across premises That hen at Bellows Falls with her third brood is now probably able to see where she missed it, with all those little toes to keep warm and the thermometer way down below zero. Mrs. Elliot Taplin, of E. Cornish, according to Bradford Opinion, made the past season 26 tubs of butter and 400 pounds of cheese fronf six ordi nary cows. We would like to know the the weight of those tubs of butter. A son of Robert Alexander, of West Burke, was struck on the back of the head with the binding pole of a load of logs and bis skull broken, and at the same place Charles Liberbcau lost a finger when coupling cars. E. II. Camp, of Randolph, saved 9o bushels of apple seed. Argus Ninety-live bushels of apple seeds Mr. Camp ? Well we would like to be in formed how many apples you mashed to get so many seeds '( And wont you take off that odd live t Fires. Browns steam grist-mill at Ludlow Loss $2000. Frost's tannery at Groton with over 200 sides of leather and 450 cairskins Geo. Hammond's residence, at Mid' dlebury. Loss $32,500. Ins. $7000 Steam saw -mill, of Joseph Trudell, of No. Concord. Loss $1200. In. sttrance $500. At West Fairlee, S. M.Ladd's house and shop. Loss $1000. Insurance in Mutual $C50. At tit. Albans, a building owned by Oscar Burton, of Burlington. Loss over $6000.. Insured for 84500. NOTES. Congress adjourned the il for two weeks over the holidays. George Elliot, the novelist, (Mm. J . W. Cross), died at London last week of heart disease. King Kalakaua, of the Sandwich Is lands, is exH;i:leJ to visit the United States in February. Darwin, ho is over 70 vcarsoM, ia confined to his bed by his infirmities, and may never leave it. A pension of (100 a month has been granted to the widow of Ex-President Tyler by congress. Gov. Foster has withdrawn from the Ohio scnalorsliip contest, which leaves the field to Secretary Sherman. A bill to enable New Mexico to en ter the Union as a State has beeu in troduced iu the Senate by Mr. Ingalls of Kansas. A bill has been introduced in the South Carolina Legislature making the man w ho kills another iu a duel guilty of murder. Forefathers day was celebrated on the 22nd at New York by the New England society. Gen. Grant and many other notable were present. In the United States senate, on Tuesday, a bill was passed which places Gen. Fitz John Porter on the retired list with the ran'c of Colonel. Every State and Territory will be represented by some organized body at the inauguration of President Gar field, and the attendance in Washing ton will be the largest ever known. Col. Albeit Clark, tx-sditor of the St. Albans Messenger, writes from Washington that Senator Edmunds has decided not to leave the Senate, even if a supreme court appointment is tendered him. In the House last week, there was a disgraceful personal dispute between Mr. Weaver, Ex-Greenback candidate for President, and Mr. Sparks, of 111 in which violent language was used and the friends of the opponents were obliged to interfere between them in the interest of pence. A sensation is created by the resig nation of Comptroller General Coit, of South Carolina. An export employed by Coit stole $20,000 in bills of the bank of the state. The legislature exonerated Coit ; but as bis opponents criticised him severely, he gave up the office. I he expert died in jail. Secretary Sherman reports that since the organization of the govern ment, there has been paid into the treasury to the close of the last fiscal year $18,570,318,647.05 and that there has been paid out upon warrants In consequence of appropriations made by law, to the same date, the sum of 818,334,851,201.02, leaving unexpen ded, charged to the treasury, the sum of 8234,404,145.43. There have been some needed lm provements in the White House tin past season. The large vestibule which was formerly covered with a carpet apt to be shabby, has now a handsome tile floor, which i, a great improve ment. The President's reception room has a new carpet, and generally a freshencdup appearance has been giv en to the public apartments, llie writing table, made from the oak tim bers of the Resolute, and presented to the President by Queen Victoria, stands in the red parlor where Mrs. Hayes receives evening calls, and is much admired for the fine workmanship of its construction, as well as for its his toric associations. Andrews' Bazar fou December. On many previous occasions we have spoken in terms of praise of this journal. 1 no December milliner Is truly a royal one. f rom the striking tjiirlstiiias pic ture, "Santa Clans at Home" on the title- page, to the last page with Its funny pictures and always nrlj'htlv 'Turtle Tracks," it is good. The literary features, Its stories, miscellany, etc., are ot a sort peculiarly pleasing at holiday-time. In audition to Its usual wealth ot lasliion in telligence nil yearly subscribers receive with this number, a uraud Christmas Gift in the form of a Gigantic Supplement, the full size of The liazar itself, lllled with useful and beautiful designs that can be used as patterns In fashioning many articles suitable for Holiday Gifts; also designs for printing on china, silk and satin, for embroideries, etc., etc. The proprietor states that these designs, if purchased of a dealer, would cost ten times the price of The Bazar, which state ment will at once De coutlnneu by any one who may examine this beaiititul sup plement. The subscription price of An drews' Bazar is 81 a year, and every sub scriber is entitled to a valuable premium, and, if they begin with tho December number, they will secure the Christmas supplement. Your D. R. V. G. lias cured me of chronic dyspepsia and other ails caused by indigestion of long standing. Boss R. Spaulding.wholesiile hardware, Syracuse, M.I. Guaranteed by all druggists. Charles Hartmnn, Toledo, Ohio, says I know it cured me, and I hope others similarly troubled with pain In the chest may be helped by the "Only Lung J'acT as I have. See Adv. What is Behind It? No amount of money can stand in the stead of a good name. It Is a blunder everywhere and every time to suppose the loss of charac ter can be paid lor. Dr. David Kennedy, of Rondout,, N. Y; proprietor of the great medicine called "Favorite Remedy" would have but little commence to recom mend Uie public to buy and use it if his own good nauio were not behind it. But the fact that he has staked his reputation upon it ought to be, and is, better than a thousand cheap certificates in the opin ion of the people. The Doctor is a regu lar physician-surgeon, and despises a humbug as heartily as any man. If you are sick with any complaint of the blood. kidneys or liver, Invest one dollar for the "Favorite Rcmedy,"jind it will speak for Itself. . 194w2 Perfectly Safe in all Cases. For diseases of tho Throat, Lungs. Croup, Whooping Cough, Colds, etc., Downs' Elixir is a safe, reliable, and effectual remedy. Dr. Baxter's Mandrake Bitters act upon the Stomach, Liver and Bowels, remove all secretions, purify the Blood, and for tify the system against disease. ' Horsemen. Ask your merchant for Henry & Johnson's Arnicp, and Oil Lini ment, and keep it always in the Stable, to use in case of accident. d What Happened to MR. JOSEPH BEACH. la t IMT """J" Im lr. !. llrairil; ' bnl tmm mrrut. tw of Hie nott remarkable nr Uiat hat ever been brought to Umt wIM of llie ppblic, U Uut of Mr. J. 8. Beach, of Stoue lu.l,T, I I'UTlo , . Mr. 114-icb h.d iuaorrU .lure October 1Mb. le4, from the prrwnec of Calculus or Mow In Uw righl Ki.liwr. No leu Uian terra hvlcin. were n ployni il ihlfrrvnt linn', l lioiu Mr. Ile-b liHwlnMs of iIc.IUhi for mclic-U trcaliiwut, with only U'liibornry n. It-f Irom hu tt"iiy. Hy Uie uno'ut oliritiiliout ofuu Irtrnn. n w InoiH-nl lo try lr. Kavnl hvnonl)" "ronic Ucmily" eMu-rieiwcJ marked Improvemeiil from Uie flr.l day be In-ftau " mrilk-lne ; "on tho 1.1th of eiU-inlier be olilel utoue laxe as euuld be ia.il through Uie natural chnnnt't. Mr. lk'a-h conrlule a long letter to Dr. Ki n- ntily by aaytng : "It will alnay. aflont me pieaa ure to recoinnieml the "Favorite Kenicly'tiithoae who may be .unVriiiK from ilifflculliea of Uie Kill neyaanil IllaiMer, or any illMinlera ariaing from an impure l:ito or mo oioou. ne -n K:me,lr" aolil by all drumriot. The Doctor. only aildreaita, I. Itoudout, New York. D. C. HARDY, DEIM TY SI1KK1FF,IKTEL;T1 t A!D Al.1 IIONKKK. , All liuMiima enlruMed tn hi. care will be promptly MU-mlcd to. l'ost-ollire, Murriaville, t. H. C. LANPHER, D EPITV SIIKKIFF 4 AlX'TIONEEIl, Hininewi from parties residing out of Ihe county will twelve prompt attention. Ilyiie I'arn, i. HENDEE A FISK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, . Morrisvllle, Vt t,KO. V. IIKMII-.K. I". V. i - Mr. Flnk'arnniHTlion w ith the Pntont Ofllro at WiinhiiiKton for a nuinlier of years enable hint to nroeure nali'iits siieeililv, and, he behove, to the enliie uitimiirlioii f the niiiiliennt. Several valu able inventions lor sale on easy li nm. A. A. MILES, A TTOKNEY AT I. AW ANI SOLICITOR IN 2. CIlANCEItV. Morrisville. Vt 4 j-oniee nt resMenee, llrst door east of Robert', .k'welrv shop. Fire and Lil'o Iiisiirani-e solicited. Insurance. tilncil iii iriMitl hihI rcli.-ihlo ctmiDnnied. All huxint-ss entrusted to mo w ill be promptly and laithrully atli-mli-d to. M. O. HEATH, 4 TTOItNEY, Johnson, Vt. LAW OFFICE, r P. MACUTCIIAN, Stowe.Vt. Ilusinesa promptly, cheaply and aatisfui torily Boston Daily Advertiser. 1SS1. On and after the 1st of Sl.iy next the DaII.T Apvkiu IBl'.rt will be printed in qunrto form, from stereotype plates, ca.d from new type, with new presses and machine adapted to it increasing business. The paper in Its new form will come from the press lolih-d, cdtrcs cut, back pasted, In all respects more convenient for both readers and advertisers than in the present form. Its general features will remain unchanged except so far as it may lie necessary to change them to meet the demands upon a leading and progressive morning newspaper. tlicatlul for the cnnsidi r. nlion which has. been shown it heretofore by generous constituency of readers, it wdl endeavor to commend itself still more to their approval.and to enlarge their numbers, hy the variet , interest and value- of its contributions, and by the prompt ness and attractiveness w ith w hich it will collect ami present the current news of the busy world Special pains will be taken in the future, as in the past, to maku the D.ui.r Advhi.tiskii a frexh and Interesting newspaper, rejecting everything t'mt 1b merely sensational, but nci-cptlng cvofy. thing that will contribute legitimately to the en tertaiument or enlightenment of its renders. will produce as accurately as may be tho spirit of the proceedings of all our legislative bodies na tional, State and municipal; reports of the eon its public meetings, lectures, and notable discourses reports of scicntillc, literary and commercial bodies; w hatever in any part of the world nfl'ects the interests of society or the welfare of mrnkind Nor will any minor or local interests lie neglected but whatever a wideawake and enterprising news- papor snouiu luriusn intelligent readers it will en deavor to keen fully and nromnllv before them. 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It unity K into tho system curative, agents and healing medicines. It Illt lHK t lio Tl the diseased parts the poisons thateause death. Thun.unria 1tifr to Ita Vlrtua. YOU CAN BE RELIEVED & CURrD Don't despair until you have tried this Sensible, Jya."''? Al'I'lleil ami It A 1IICALL1 EF. l'CtlfllAL RnniRilv. Sold by Druggists, or sent by mall on receipt of Peuin o m l,u n,Slf".r,K; The "Only" Lung Pad Co t"uk, "Timi WILLIAMS RI rtntr Millions a ' Ylab. " Hani fret. DETROIT, MICH. STOVES ! STOVES ! STOVES ! I desire to announce that I have just returned from market where I have purchased the argest and Bust line of STOVES ever brought into Lamoille County, and I believe ever in Northern Vermont. Buying in very large qu.m- titles, lor cash only, cnaoies a i 1 me to sell STOVES at low prices. Every STOVE sold is guar anteed to fully meet every rep resentation made at the time of its sale, and may be returned after thirty days' trial if it fails to meet the recommendation given it. Any STOVE which I ad vise my customers to purchase, may be returned after thirty days' trial, if it does not prove satisfactory in every particular STOVES delivered free of charge of freight at any depot on the line of the St. Johnsbury & Lake Champlain Railroad. CARROLL S. PAGE. STOVES ! STOVES ! STOVES ! Ayer's Sarsaparilla, FOR PViW YISa THE BLOOD. , TiiisrrimpomHl vc-Kctiiblii altnrii If Sarfapirilla.Doi rfi&'s l'nK'i Mnn Jlalvw'"1 Uie Iodides c TliiseoninoiiiKl of the nitfirativpp, loik.stil. ndi-nke jvwitn iiicioiiiucsot i-oi-vv;iirth nnd Iron, ninkea a vuiiiHt i!iioi:uii i-iirt! in n iwhii-li nre voi-y previi lout nnd ntllii-tiiiK It liu ri lies t lit- blood imrffcfi out mo iiu-kihr :ltlllllll'H 111 llH' IIVBU'm that undermine health anil settle intoti-otililesome disorders. KruptmnR of tlio skin are the appear ance on tho nnrlnee ol humors that should be ex pelled Irom tlio blood. Internal ili'vatiKemelltsare the determination iiflliCHe same humors to some internal oriran, or organs, whose ai'tion thev de range, and whose sulistauen they disease and de stroy. AvKll's SAitHAi'Aitn.i.A expels thesu hu mors from the blood. When they are gone, the disorders they produce disappear, such as Vlter nliontnfthe Livtr, Stomaeh, Kitlncyt, Lungs, Erup tion! and JCntplivt IHteautt of the Skin, St. An thony't Fire, Itoteor Eryiipelat, Pimplet,Putule Dlotchet, Doili, Tiivwrt, Tetter and Suit lihcum, Scald Ileatl, Hingworm, Ulcers and Sores. Itheuma ti$m, Neuralyia, Pain in the lionet, Side and Head, Female Weajcndt, Sterility, Leucorrha-a arising from internal ulceration and uterint diseases, Dropsy, Emaciation and General Debililg. With their departure health returns. PREPARED BY DR.J.C.AYERAV. CO., Lowell, Mass., Practical and Analytical Chemists. SOLD BY ALT. DRUGGISTS AND DEALKUS IN MEDICINE. HALF A CENTURY OLD. Is a sure""" remedy fori Coughs. Colds, Whooping! Cough, and all Lung die-S eases, when used in season. CO Fifty years ago, Elder! Downs was given up by his physicians, to die with Con sumption. Under these cir cumstances be compounded E this Elixir, was cured, I and lived to a good old age. Yotl can try it for the price 1 of one doctor's visit. For sale everywhere. CURED ANNUALLY. tvo CURE YOUR BACK ACHE And all diseases of tho Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary Organs by wearln the Improved Excelsior Kidney Pad It is a MARVEL of HEALING and RELIEF, SIMPLE, SENSIBLE, DIRECT, PAINLESS, POWERFUL. It C'VUE where all else falls. A UEVELA. TlUN anil HKVOI.IJTION In Medicine. Absorp tion or direct application, as opposed to unsatis factory Internal medicines. Send for our treatise on Kidney troubles, sent free. Sold by druggists, . fit, TV 1 V So. i.tV km Hi ft ? I i nvui ujr mini, on rvwipt oi priuOi S. Address o3SS.i-'.SS The "Only" Lung Pad Co., WILLIAMS BLOCK, MS?- DETROIT, MICH. C v (Winn. mil n uiabUftRT BY ACetn.. tree Introduced liu .uiwrwiltli'iiT',", l T la hurt, ijrh l It. Intrmtic " " DISEASES OF TUP ir wiw mom piTTtieilt, gkn w.y of tli wbol. body; pan, n""' i lrh.ree of wrlouilr colored ,S V; Ht reuinor expel theurlnei mlmile ii,'." ' the urine; .nd. whe. me dm, , u7lon ' tratloa """Wi, tritioa THE ONLY CURE. We my yttlTeV lion, iin only Int .tie. eompl ently no rue will tie found iu lnvm!.'r' ny other tre.tment. liy tiitna f.i,h...i . .:3 to II. powerful remcdl.l Tlrtuei. STRONGLY ENDORSED, We ti.ye the moit unequivocal teitim, etirfttlve power, from m.ny pira.,Dir,f k. ter. Intelligence nd rvtponiiliHitv, liurl. i1 Life wu Bved," KlYlnK the lii,tor. niI l dlii-overy, .nd B Urne record of muit LI 1 Ctirn, lent free. Write for It. l A V or w then Cue. . .1 UAV K1USEY rAU CO. TOLEDO, I i rmiTlflM '"""l"0 Mio m.ny worth.,, g ; UAUIIUn. pidi now ieeklnit . uie on ,.... tton, we deem It due the .ITllcteit to warn ih1 I A.lc for DA V'M KlIINr.Y i'Al), Uke i?L ail JOB will npl be deceived. , " 1 ... . MS A (O., .rfn2 tyftit1 IloHfon. I till, X. G. WHITE'S PULMONARY ,i. loll i Cough, rolls, Crm:?, As!i;:;;i : V. 'UOtill'l! I'OIIi;!!, Anil 2 iter Lung Aftcrtioas. 'i C frp.vrrcn nml 'i:b!:c .pe:ikpr v cl ;' I tlr'.l ." i.rtr valuable loalj. nitritions of '1 l.i i at. Cl.crt, and Ur.j. For ta)e hv al! tlen'eis in i-.io.iirim-. i a svmctcm of Jaundice, !t - Tl-1 If mm Kl.dd.-r, I n. r, ru1?m"i' ItrrriM-d In f.vor, .lnmi ";?!'" ; ? N fidene. of mrdirsl mn ., , t-rv. . f, .nd without , it KIDNKV PAD iitCT lllulecure for every fcrni o II Utne i net remedy jret dlKon':" .Int. end more elTertiinl in ii. 1 I WEI I pill Are ljyspepsia, onsupauon, m was q( lOusness,ana iiverumpHi..i r ceiving DR. BAXTER'S WMM cm Hwill cure the disease and rep and eyes, warranteatocura Sold everywhere at 25 cts. per bod HD.RY.G CURES I; Anil nil troubles arising thcrcfros 5 U C 11 US tress after Sick Headache, 1 Ealinff. Acidity ol ihe1 Flatulency, Liver and Complaint, Torpid! Stomac!l, K i il n c y Liver. B58fr iriinstinalloB. 1 ilftl he Back and Limbs, U is die bebt lilooJ Purifier the. World, ttuaran Drugsists lo give per- tcadbp. faction or money Try it. Our Vital Tonic Titters, the petiier in the World. Call for tliem. D.R.V.C. Mfg. Co., Prop's SYRACUSE, N. Y. New York Depot, 3. H. Crlttoa'.os, 115 IHilton Stisot. CENTRAL VERMONT. TKAlf liiili' ,,. Mauv From Klenl.urir, St. A;J. Ilnfrton, leaves Wiiti'i mny li.-ii a. in., wi New Yoi-R ani iiiuM-nii-iinn n,,rM,i A Ii 1 New York, and inti-nnediate point. Q, Momin Mixki Train. Leaves si. an - j Burlinfrttm 4.40 p. m., Wntcrbury --r-Mimtpeliernnd Nortlillelil. ,.,.vr' NioiiT ICxpitESH.-Kroiii OfinVus '"'P.' "r ; St. Albamand Hurlinirtiiii, lvp ;ntei p.m., iur uuaiun, iew iuiiv ,. , , Jiew loru nu lioiiua. t TRAINS OlllMI """ ACCOMMODATlON.-LeavesXiirllifleW'- Waterbttry B.37 a. m., for llurlington, - , St. Albanii anil St. Johns. AooommouaTION. From nnue tion, loaves Waterhury ll.a.1n.ni.,Hr iX St. Allmns, Kichfard and Unuoe'a 1 0T,,.l EXPHr;88 Waii.. Leaves l"'"" ?"1 SpriiiRlicld 8.00 a. m., VVnti'ihury ej I burliiigton, St. Albans, Ogdciisburg, and the West. . Accommodation. Leaves aire : tion .10 p. m., Waterburv 6.32 p.m-i""1" , ton, St. Albans and Montreal. , ,. w L-v,...vua T nuvoa ItimtOll ' L 7.00 p. m.; and via Vlti libiiiK, "t" iorK 4.w p. m., !)riiiffin-in ,nt bury 8.44 a. in., for Uurliniftnn, fel- A'liaK , treal, OgiicnsbiirK and the West. . Pullman slecpiii(t em s on night trnmi" lor ears on Day Express trains. ,,j Throtiirh tickets lor tho West solnai pol SUiUous. .....a! St. Albans, Oct. t), 1880. Jirf5 For Boston, In Connection w' P. AO. Railroad. ' The flrst-clnss stenmors, ' ?,': and rOlfKMT ITf , will run n I', follows: Leave FUANKLIS ,Vi ' B at 7 o'clock p. in ., and INP1AH 8 o'clock p. in. DAILY, l""'111?9!,, i - Pnssenirers hy this line are p they secure a coinfortahle nipnt " the expense and Inconvenience J ton late at night. T -i.tW Tlirougli tickets to iew """vVt-M ' oiiiiiiu iiiiub, n. J cum l ,i.,u .1 H.COYI.f'i J""..,. lStltf ' Uen'i Aitl I'orw- STOCKHOLDERS' The Stockholder!! of tho "'"'' fiic,!1? Hank of Hvde 1'nrk, art hereby n' ,,, annual meeting for the choice or vf transaction of any other hiiine"Sfl when met, will be held at their 'Zjl0 Hyde Park, on Tuesday, the 11 AID. 1881, at 1 o'clock in the "f?"1 Hyde Fark, Dec. 2d, 1S. t in i Tntil for il" ,ourl II .tu I'le l ourl ' A on OB OtlH 1 lo Ill lit Mull. . rn. 1 U 1 SI 1 M I 01 S li SF OS subst New the r Ii llieir 1: --T can He S Frklaj tion. G pply ivautet M ery e in J. 1 T Meetii held a iiarj' 1 V 1881 i type, i in eve II Chnmi tion e lllh t P years i a fuw etalt f R field, c last ,8 next fci M Uie Ni ment c recent "N lional from Ci next S nbeth,' L: er, wli lier hot a, frpru Lfgislt Wo lie doctor' earned ful, pa; Whom i proud. II titeiiogi last we from ( same and lin to Tro will leu and inl Jan nar dining large n "good,, W vertisei Ilardwi ite wor busines ing whi n he is in arrange marble give an stock a him a c "-Tti hall las in ever yotinge as was Lucy ai ber of two trei being nearly have be school i appeare long to green d the plea - I Me evening Rev. M nell is e night. Tin week, a were ve great go ber of w the coun g.: is in ton Mr. been in visiting, Read Daily A of the be as a com oelled.