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is given by using Brown's Iron Bitters. In the Wite it strengthens and" v warms the system; in the Spring it enriches the blood and conquers disease ; in the Summer it gives tone to the . , nerves and digestive organs ; in the Fall it enables the system to stand the shock of sudden changes, - M ? f ; , ;-! In no way can disease ie; so surely prevented aisf by"5' keeping the system in per fect condition. BrowK's wIroi Bitters ensures per-, f , feet" health through the '2s changing seasons, it disarms the danger from -impure water " and miasmatic air, and it prevents Consump- $ fytion, Kidney and Liver Dis- r . ease, &c. H. S. Berlin, Esq., of the. well-known firm "of H. S. Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le Droit Building, Washing ton, D. C, writes, Dec." 5 th, ' ' 1881: , ?. , Gentlemen : I take pleas ure in stating that I have used . Brown's Iron Bitters for ma laria and . nervous troubles, caused by overwork, with excellent results. Beware of imitations. Ask for. Brown's Iron Bit ters, and insist on having it - Don't be, imposed on iwith : something recoriH 1 mended fas "just as good' J :The. genuine, is. made only w by the Brown Chemical Co." Baltimore, Md. 's A NOTED BUT UNTITLED WOJUAJU From the Boston Globe. Jfemr. Editor The above is a good likeness of Mrs, Lydia E. Pink ham, of Lynn, Haas., who above all other human beings i may be truthfully called the "Dear Friend of Woman," as some of her correspondents love to call her. She is zealously devoted to her work, which Is the outcome of -a life-study, and is obliged to keep six lady assistants, to help her answer the large correspondence which daily pours in upon her, each bearing its special burden of raff Bring, or -joy at release from it. Her., Vegetable Compound is a medicine for good and not evil purposes, I have personally investigated it and am satisfied of the truth of this. On account of its proven merits, it is recommended and prescribed by the best physician in the country. One Bays i " It works like a charm and saves much pain. It will cure entirely the worst form of falling of the uterus, Leacorrhosa, irregular and painful Menstruation, all Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Floodingra, all Displacements and the eon sequent spinal weakness, and is especially adapted to the Change of life." It permeates every portion of the system, and (fives new life and vigor. It removes faintness, flatulency, destroys all craving for stimulants, and relieves weak ness of the stomach.- It cures Bloating, headaches, Nervous Prostration, General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indigestion. - That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight and backache, is always permanently cured by its use. It will at all times, and under all circumstances, act in harmony with the law that governs the female system. It costs only $1. per bottle or six for $5., and is sold by druggists. Any advice required as to special cases, and the names of many who have been restored to perfect health by the use of 'the -Vegetable Compound, can be obtained by addressing Mrs. P., with stamp for raply, at her home in Lynn, Mass. For Sidney Complaint of either sex this compound la unsurpassed as abundant testimonials show. "Mrs. Pimtham's Liver Fills," says one writer, "are the best in the world for the cure of Constipation, Biliousness and Torpidity of the liver. Ber Blood Purifier works wonders in its special line and bids fair to equal the Compound in its popularity. All must respect her as an Angel of Mercy whose solfi ambition is to do good to others. . Philadelphia. Pa, " CS) Ifrs. A. M. D. DIAMOMS DYES, rjo Beei nv! Tmr Huto: jay FOB BILK. "WOOL. OB COTTON. -ffit DRESSES, COAT8, 8CARFS, HOODS, YARN, STOCKINGS, CARPET RAGS; R1BBON8, FEATHERS, or uuy fcbrto or fancy article easily and perfectly oolored to any shade. Black, Brew, Greem, Blae, Searlet, ' Cardinal Bed, Navy Blae, Seal Brown, Olive Gtaen, Terra Cotta and 20 other best colors. Warranted Fast and Durable. Each package will color one to four lbs. of goods." If you have never used Byes try these onoe. You will be delighted. Bold by drnggiifts.OT send tta 10 cents and any eolor wanted sent post-paid. 84 oolored sample and a set of fancy cards seat for a Se. stamp. WELLS, BICHAKBBwH tc CO., BarUactoeVt. GOLD and SILVER PAINT. Bronze Paint. Artists' Black. Tor gilding- Taney Baskets, Frames, lamps. n -v -11 Mil.rfwni11lltlwml. Equal to any of the high, prioed kinds and only lOots. apaokagetthe drngists ,or post-paid from WELLS, RICHARDSON Jc CO., Burlimgton,Vt THB BEST, - ABTO Tfca Elctsst BLOOD. BRAIN and :l0f1ERVE CAKETTTtXV PWWMTrftP, fof i , ; ! "? THOROUGHLY TESTED, AOOKFTABLE Ajn KEXIABLE. -VSm PhocDhates of th Wheat axe ita most valuable food pcopaxty. and are; when prop-. : erly prepared, the most aooep table nntrlmnnt ' with which to build up the system. The Blood. Brain and Nerves are the force wfefoh Km, Oim aferain of avarv daw vrark and life.aMsn ordwosasieKneiti'witcr g Wheat Bitters are nraoared. not bwfermenta Hon but by solution and are richest la the . Paosukstes, while tb starch and impmraxa&W -ter are alimtnated. These make in them'' selves a basis, to which, ia added the bert and fiboioeet medlntnal qnalttiea, ' xteeesumy to makeita wmloand bltesr. It is at onco hel th iol, pleasant to the taste and must not beoon Kmrided with the thousand and ono cheap alcohol to Utter, which are soldae cure-alls. . MerttciW. to doubly effective when used with i fbod, so as to nourish while itccrrcctB. ; ;; Sold by drngirlBte. 1.Q0 per bcttle. t. 4 4 7 THE DEACONS QUARREJLr "Did you ever hear tell about Deacon Tanner's quarrel with Deacon IVist, Jasli iiayr' - . ) "No ; I dunno as ever I did." "Ye see Deacon Tanner -was real pious, but by natur drefully arbitrary. He had naturally an all-fired disposition high and mighty as though he was a British lord, and -when he got mad I tell you he was mad no half way covenant to him. "He knowed it and he fit with it night and day, for he was honest pious.and it done him good inwardly to hev a real set-to with the Old Adam now and then. -,) ''Natur, isr natur, and,, the devil in him beih' set to be made over into a saint, felt a kind of material comfort iu fightiu' the devil outside of him. Leastways, that's the way he figured it, and was forever a paryin" an!La tellin' in. meetin' about' the conflict an'r victories an' suchlike. H'Formypait, J don't hold that b'lief. I thinks man's got-a. good an' a bad both inside of him, without goin' abroad to find fightin'. I think we've got plenty inard ness to wrastle with, and to use up all the grace we've got a subduin' of it ; but Jhaj; aiu't here nor there. The deacon Jwas" "an honest man, and he thought different ; but whatsoever he thought, he done about the right thing gener'ly. "Well, Deacon Twist, he was another sort ; took fire quicke'n a spruce bough and didn't last . no longer ; blazed away just like birch fashion, all of arminit, and in half an hour he'd be just like a cosset lamb, and orful sorry he d give way. "But he kep eivin' way an' repentin' some like Peter in the Bible. But he was a real good man they was as good as gold, both of em. "Now Deacon Tanner.he'd set up a saw- mill down in Nepash brook, and he done sawin' for evervbody round. 'Twas a new country then, and he had lots o' business, so he kinder made a rewl that fust come was fust served, and kept the names of them that was promised in the list, right along as they came chalked up on a board m the mill. . "I had ought to hev said that he and Deacon Twist was real friendly both be ing deacons of the Chester meetin's,always a going to funerals and prayer meetin s and school-ns meetin' to-gether, till folks giv a skit at 'em now and then, and called em David and Jonathan.' . "' ' : "Well, it came about one time that Dea con Twist wanted some logs sawed to jCov er his new barn. " Hi turn to hev 'em saw ed come a Thursday mornin' and Deacon Tanner he was on hand real early so's to get all set to rights afore work begun. "Jest as he'd got the saw iled and things cleared up, who should come a-tuggin' and toilin' up the hill with a load o' logs, but Kod Garrett, from Cioshen. " 'Deacon,' sez he, 'I'm in a real fix, There was a drefl'ul blow over four town las' evenin' ; some folks called it a hurri cane but any way, it hurried off the roof o my house, and flung it against that mighty big rock in the lot behind, and smashed it into Kmnlm wood. " :I hedn't a board on the farm,' he ses, 'nor I couldn't get one," and Sary's down with lung complaint, and baby's got a spell of throat ail. I dono how to wait tul I git that roof kivered agin. A rain settin' in would jest kill 'em ; and I put to afore daylight, and I've drawed these logs over a-hopm to get em sawed afore anybody comes.' . " -' " 'Well, Rodney.' ses the deacon, kinder slow, as though he was ; considerin', 'I've promised Nathaniel Twist for! to;saw his logs this mornm , and 1 like to keep my word. " 'I don't believe but what he'd wait for me ef he knowed', said Bod. 'Its a kind of extremity I'm in. as ye might say. I'm extreme anxious to get them boards right on. I feel to b lieve that JDeacon Twist would let me do it ef he was here. He's a pious man and a merciful man. I guess I d risk it ef I was you, Deacon Tanner. " 'Well, Bodney,' ses the deacon, 'it does seem to be a work of necessity. 1 guess I'll try it ; you dump them logs an' we 11 set her a-goin. "So he'n his hired man . then got a lo onto the slide, and Bod Garrett and hit: brother, who come with him, they unyok ed the cattle an' put 'em under a tree t cool off. Then they stood around to set the machine, and lo you ! they hadn't haul ed off more'n half a dozen boards whei they heerad Deacon Twist a-hawin' and a-geein' to his big pair o Devon cattle oi the turn o the hilL "I dono as Deacon Tanner heered him, an'.I dono but he did ; any wayj he didn't stop ; he kept the old saw a-goin', an when Deacon Twist drove up his load o' logs there was the slide full, an' a heap more to put on to't. "He was mad. He roared out quicker'i you could say Jack Bobinson : " 'Whose be them logs? Hal'm off, I tell ye ! Its my turn to hev the saw, an' I ain't a-goin' to be turned off like this. Hiram Tanner !' "Jest then the saw stopped a minitr and Deacon Tanner heered TiTrn. " This here is my mill an my saw. Mr. Twist !' ses he, his eye kinder shinin' an' his face gettin' pale, though Twist's wab reddern a winter apple.?" ' '1 don t care a continental if tas. set Twist. 'You said you was- a-eoin to, saw for me this mornin' an' there's my name onto the list right afore ye, an' ye ha'n't no right to he an' brass it out, if you be a deacon !. i 5 . J. Vi' "By this time the fellers that' borne m. along with Deacon; Twist for" tb help him load up was gawpin' round, a-lookin' and a-hearin'. . , ... - . , - "And as 'twas "berry time a lot of the Elwell tribe was near by in the bushes, and hearin' a noise they came ' too crows to a carkuss, they always Was. ; 'Sons oi Belial' Deacon Tanner used to call 'em. But they wan't, they was old Jake Elwell's sons; godless fellers enough, half Injin.and they was a-gnnnin an a-chucklin- to see the row. .,,.-. ' - - -- i "Well. Deacon Tanner crowed whiter'n whiter. . callate to do what I will with my own.Mr. Twist.' ses he. 'an' I dono as any- Doay made you a judge and diviner over me. if you d hear to reason, without fly in' off the handle . r - " The-' ain't no reason to hear to, roar ed Twist. 'Its plainer'n the nose on your face : you promised to saw mv loss this identikle mornin, ' an' now your mill's full of another feller'r an' if that ain't cheatin' and lyin I dono what tis 1 I won t nevei bring no more logs to your mill whilst time endoors r .:5. " 'Nor I won't never saw 'em if yo do,' snapped ranner, his eyes a-blazin. ' " He I he ! he f squealed one o' the El- well fellers, 'pooty good spunky deacons bow,' them be Y ' 1 Deaoon Twfatlieered him. and his iaw kinder dropped. , He kin a look at Tanner ana stepped right up to film and -sea : " Brother Tanner, J'yei.did wroh ; I've giv occasion for the enemy tb ree, an' them Sons o, Belial is-makm' us their mu bkvi We'yes shamedi he Lord- - forgive ae, urotner xanneri "Tanner he stood a minit icst as thousrh somebody 4 up and struck him.' Then' he 1- A. 1 -w l reacnea out ms nana, ana ses ne :. . , , , ; 'Brother Twist, we havelbotlr sMned. Let us ask forgiveness from on hierh.' "And so savin' he led Deacon Twist a little piece oft jn ter .the shoemake bushes, &nq xtfid Uarrett said he never in this mor tal world heered such dreffnl affectin' rsrav. ersiai'heT ftnade.Vboth of 'em. Thev didn't seem to tb ink, he said, as though the' was anybody around a-hearin' of 'em, only jest the Lorn ), but all the men heered 'em, -"The Elwells, they' stole away kinder dumf onhded, but ' the rest - stayed' by. When the deacons come out after a spell, a-holdin' hands just like - two youngsters, they see they hed been a cryin' ; and when they shook hands right there, and said as they'd quarreled before folks, they'd make up before 'em, and I tell ye it . done them fellers good. 1 . ; . "Rod Garrett said he b'lieved the was suthin' in religion when he see Deacon Twist a loadia' of his boards for him, an' fairly forcin Tanner to. saw the rest of Garret's logs afore he touched his'n. And Hiram Piatt, he was kinder on the fence afore, but he came square out and jinned Chester meetin' next, sacrament day, and waa a real close walker afterwards... -"As for the deacons.it seemed as though they couldn't be good enough to each oth er after all this. ' Aud it came about that ;the' was quite u 'wakenin' in Chester; that winter : seemed as tho' - it took a start to th' old saw-mill. t t tell you what, Joshuay, practice is wu'th all the preachin' you caj skeer up. now ain't it !" "Well, mebbe." said the " considerate Joshuay, ."but arter all, Amasy, how upoi air this folks a goin' to know how to prac tice 'without some' preachin' ?" . "There, you hit the nail on the head," said Aunt Desire, wiping her spectacles. . No Trouble to Swallow Dr. Pierce's "Pel lets" (the original liver pills") and no pain or griping. Cure sick or bilious headache, sour stomach, and cleanse the system and bowels. 25 cents a vial. American Newspepbbs in 1883. From the new edition of Messrs. Geo. P. Bowell & Cot's American Newspaper Directory, which is now in Pressi it appears that the newspapers and periodicals of all kinds is sued in the United States and territories now reach the imposing total of 11,196. This is an increase of 585 in twelve months. Taking the states one by one, the news paper growth in some is very considerable. The present total in New York state, for instance, is 1,399 a gain of 88 in the past year. The increase in Pennsylvania is 48, the existing number being 943. Nebraska's total grew from 175 to 201, and Illiuois' from 890 to 904. A year ago Massachusetts had 420 papers ; now the number is 438. In Texas the new papers outnumbered the suspensions by 8, and Ohio now has 738 papers instead of 692. The most remark able change has occurred in the territories, in which the daily papers have grown from 43 to 63, and the weeklies from 169 to 243 Dakota being the chief area of activity. The number of monthlies throughout the country grew from 976 to 1,034, while the dailies leaped from 995 to 1,062. The fig ures given above are exclusive of Canada, which possesses a total of 606. . It is inter esting to note that the newly-settled re gions of the Canadian north-west are pro ductive of newspapers as well as of wheat, for the number of journals issued in Mani toba was nearly doubled during the year. STThe most brilliant shades possible, on all fabrics are made by the Diamond Dyes. Unequalled for brilliancy and durability. 10 cts. ' BostonTranscript : When Mrs. F. asked for a new bonnet Fogg promptly refused. "A man and wife are one," he said, "and it is a duty to practice self-denial upon all occa sions." ; - ; "Durability is better than show." Du rability of health is worth more than the wealth of Vanderbilt. Kidney-Wort is man's co-labor f in maintaining health. With healthy 4iver, bowels and kidneys, men and women will always be in Rood health, u tne bowels aye torpid, if piles torment, if the back is full of pain, get a package of Kidney-Wort and be cured without more sunering. Thirty vessels have 'sailed in the last twenty years and never been heard of again. Why are yo ill? Why do you (suffer? Everybody knows all aches and pains, all lan guor and debility are cared by Brown's Iron Bitters. ' CHOICE EXTRACTS IBSM DRUSOI JTS. "We know the value of ma!t. hops quinine bark and asparagus composing malt Bitters," "Best kidney medicine on onr shelves." "Our lady customers highly praise them." "Physicians prescribe them in this town." "The largest bottle and best medicine." "Our best people take 'Malt Bitters.' " "Sure cure for chills and liver d-seases." If excellence were ttie tNt of royalty Pota ka would be the king of Medicines. For all hroat affections it is without a peer. ; Mr; Chas. Shelton, 57 Sylvan Ave., New Haven,' Conn. writes: "I have used two bottles of your Wheat Bitters for Dyspepsia, from which I have suffered for a long time, they have reheved me and I recommend them to all suffering." Rev. O. 8 Hanman, Beading,- Pa., writes: 'I wak afflicted with a very sore throat, caus "g great pain while speaking, and disturbing uy fl. ep. One bottle of Dr Wisbart's Pw i ree Tar Cordial entirely cured me." Cleveland, OHro. The Daily Anzeigwr wys : . "Uhiel eupennienaeni , or xrouce, o w. Scbmitt. of this city, who bus baen in tn- nervioe a quarter of a century, endorses St. J obs Oil an a paib-banisher. It cured him f rheumatism. . You will neyer rgret sendina two 3 cent tamps to pav postage, to A. P. Ordwy & "Jo;. Boston., Mass., .for a opy. of Dr. Kanf uann's gret :Mdic4 ; Woskj ;100 page, eoK red ilkwtritioris ; of great; Value' to every muy. Drouths dry the depst wells. Fr a 1 who anffer from throat Idisordrs Pottsk is au unft iling fountain of relief and cure. A C A RD.-To all who are suffrir from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness early decay, loss ef manhood, sc., l will sen a re cipe that will cute you, FREK OF CHARGE, This jreat remedy was discovered by 'a - mlwlonary itt Houth America, sena a seit-aanrescea envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D.,Nw Trk Ci'y. O Snecial offer: ... Prices reduced for the next 80 days. ro anv nerson bnvlrnr an Orean of me durine the uext sixty day I wili make a dednction ftf Ten Per i ent. trom nresenr. cann Drico. i nave- in Eiore a vrood stock of the VERY BEST OROAN which are made. Don't fail to examine them before yon purchase, and remember that the number of stops has noth ing to no with the beau value ot an organ., Aiwayf ascertain now many i-peaiting ireem 11 contains. Keapecuully, , H. . a iK. Stafford Kprine;. Jan. 1, 1883. Mo 3. Scmrti-st HAS BEEN PROVED 4 iTh 8URI8T CURE for KIDNEY DISEASES. Z)oea a lame baok or disordered -mine indi cate that you are a viottm f TKTUT DO NOT HESITAT12; use Kidney-Wort at onoe, (drug gists reaoEuaendlt) and it wUl speedily over ooms the disease and restore healthy action. -1 ' Hi ACS ; " eemplaints poouliarl SaClUI CO to your sex, sueh as paiul and weaknesses. Kidney-Wort is unsurpassed, as ttwm sot promptly and safely. - - ' Either Sex. Inoontinence. retention of urine. oipains,all speedily yield to its curauvo i SOU) BT ATJi DKuSGJSTS. Trlee I applied to the soil, "Become Sound and Well." R. V. Pierce, M. D. : , Dear Sir My wife, who had been ill for over two years, and had tried many other medicines, became sound and well by using your - "Favorite-5 Prescription." My mece was also cured by its use, after .several physicians had failed to do her any good. Yours truly, ;; Thomas J. Mbthvin, Hatchers Station, Ga. Mr: A. J. Severance, 115 Broadway, N. Y., writes : "I have used Wheat Bitters for Ma laria and it Cured me. : My. wife, who was in a feeble state of health has been very much benefitted by using st. I think it an excellent remedy." , THE; GREAT ,1AM RE CURES Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache, Bar Throat, Swelllnss. Sprain, Bruises, Iturna. Scald. Frot Ultea, ahd all other bodily pains ahd aches. Said kj DruggiiU ant Dealer everywhere. Fifty Cent s bottle. Direction in 11 Language. THE CHARLES A. TOSELEIi CO. to a. vouklch a uu.i liaiuaore, aa cj.es. BkVHBBISSTAin OBBAT-B -Vlt will drive the Humor from your I Pimples ana Blotches -.-tstSV -which, mar vottr beauty 53 g .AO roninv-fl in n fihortlil wiso and use tho groat r rr v cv .'s. muuu uu-bi Diooa pa- pa . " o ,.-w w an ij ; v : in I I . ntwV 5! OA 5 1 1 the best and cheap mil rat lTinllcin T'rv ggand you will bo satisiiea. ia E3 If UCK AU WA, jrwilA VA.A g,a-3iia Eil Don't Wait. Get it at C lil A. P. Obdway & Co., Chemists, 111 ' Mass., Ill Sole Proprietors lor U. S. & Canadas. Wi Ten would Freserve Tour MAGAZINES, MUSIC, and PAPERS, MAKING THEM Works of Art and Instruction Rather than Heaps of Rubbish and Waste Paper, GET THEM BOUND BT THE CASE, LOCKWOOO & BRAIN ARD Co.. HARTFOBD, CONN. ByInquiries by Mail and Orders by Express will ty have prompt attention. Send sample copies or tar'tastrnctions with orders. f223in HI LLand DRILL H0SPHATJ WITH POTASH. : A general Fertilizer for all orops. and low In pr ce, prepared from the bone, blood, andmeat waste of the Brlsbton Abattoir. foBton, where about 100,000 cattle and 600,000 sheep are slanchtered annually. It Is need la tho bill or drill or broadcast, either alone or with manure, Riving a vigorous start, a larger yield, and improving the quality. As we have sold the past year about 23,000 tons against 1,000 tons la 1876, It must be giving Rood satisfaction. Before buying, see our local agous, or write to us xor pamptuet. 0WKEFI FERTILIZER CI B0ST0N& NEW YORK mtmibmammmammmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmHama Catarrh BLY'sureaiiiBaim Effectually cleanses the riv;fi nasal passages of Ua 'rrhal vims, caiifing healthy secretions.allit f inflammation, protects rhe membrane from ad ditional noldo, complete ly heals the sores and re stores the sense of taste and smell. Beneficial re sults are realized by a few applicatione. A thorough, treatment will cure Catarrh,Hay Fever. fce. Uneqnaled f or eolds in the head. Agreeable to use. Apply by the little finger Into the nos trils. Will deliver by mail 90c. ackaee nostaee ftlARRH COtOVrin HAY-FEVER stamps. Sold by wnblesiile a and retail rirnco'istH. ELY'S CREAM BALM CO., Owego, N. Y. $r7fl Wf,ek made at home by the ia I II dustrions. Best business now before the I J public. Capital not needed. We will start f A you. Men, women, boys and girls wanted I I everywhere to work for us. Now is -the time. You can work In spare time, or give your whole time to the business. No other business will pay you nearly as well. No one can fail to make enormous pay, by. engaging at once, f ostly outfit and terms free. Money made fast, easily and honor ably. - Adftress Trcts & Co.. Anensta. Maine. - 4W smt"'i. MtUI mm GDMO ANNUAL SALES. 60.000 TONS. -This old and reliable Fertilizer, which has been on the market for eighteen years, w unsurpassed for use vn Farm. Garden, Lawn or Flower Bed. It is a complete manure, rich In all the necessary elements. The Farmer who punts his crops, looking to the money they will return, finds that every dollar worth of SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO repays its cost many times over. Try it, and be convinces ramphiets, with- testimonials, etc., forwarded free. If J there is no local agent in your vicinity, address j ' Geal Selling Agent liogtop, Kass. When von feat life in a burden, and noth ing Ton trv Reems to ease vonr dvsDeDsia.fiad a sure relief in Brovrx's Iron Bitters. There's one good thing about this Wiggins affair. The darned cab doesn't dare show himself, so he won't lecture. Bottm Post. esolvei- Mr. Albert Kinersbarv. 'Keene. N. H.. troubled with bad humor on bauds and nr-ck, caused by lead poison in?. I He's a -oainter. i At times it would break out. crack open, and the skin separate from the flesh in larce nieces, sufteriutr crreat continual itching and stinging. -urcnasea your remedies ; usea i uucura Resolvent Internally, and Cuticura and Cuticura tSop externally, and in lees than three months effected a complete cure, aua nas not Been trouBiea since, cor roborated by Buliard & foster, Druggists, Keene, N a. MOTHER. DIED FROM IT. J. W. Adams. Newark. Ohio, says: "Suticnra Remedies are the greatest medicines on earth. Had the worst case salt rheum in this couu'y. My mot her had it twenty years, and in fact died from it. I be lieve cuticura would have caved her lite. My arms, breast and head were covered for three years, which nothing relieved or cured until I used the Cuticura Kesoivent (Diooa puriner) internally, ana uuncura ana juucnra soup externally. PSORIASIS. H. E. Carpenter, Esq , Henderson, N. Y., cured of Psoriasis of Leprosy, of twenty years etaudiue. by the Cuticura Resolvent internally, and Cuticura and Caticura Soap externally. The most wonderful Case on record. Cure certified to before a justice of the peace and Brominent citizens. All afflicted with itch. mg and scaly diseases should send to us for this tes timonial is iuli. SALT RHEUM. : Those who have experienced the torments of Salt Rheum can appreciate the agony I endured for years, until cared by the Caticura Resolvent internally and ana vuncura ana cuueura soap externally. CUTICURA and Cuticura Soap external'. and Cuticura Resolvent internally will positively cure every species' of Hu mor, from a Common Pimple to Scrofula. Price of Cuticura, small boxe. 50c. : large boxes. SI. Cuti cura itesoiveni, i per Dottle, cuticura Moup, zoc. uuncura snaving oap, lac. Noia oy all druggists. , Depot, WEEKS & POTTER. Boston, Mass. Sanford's Radical Cure. A single dose instantly relieves the most violent Sneezing or Head Cold, clears the head as by magie, stops watery oiscnarges trom the nose ana eyes, pre vents ringing soises in the head. cures Nervous Head ache rnd subdues Chills and Fever. In Chronic Ca tarrh it. cleanses the nasal passages of foul mucus, re stores the senses of smell, taste and heariug when af fected, frees the head, throat and bronchial tubes of oirensiv matter, sweetens and purines the Dreatn, stops the cough and arrests the progress of catarrh towards consumption. Ana KnIA U ., .11 rtHMA Vnv .. 1. ..1 Cntn.nl and Sanford's Inhaler, all in one package, or all drug gists tor ji. Ask tor Nantord's Kadicai jure. WEEKS & POTTER, Boston. "t (( Times more Eppect-J- W tjai. than any otht-r plaster or electric battery for Eain and weakness of theLungs. iver, Kidneys and Urinary organs, Partial ParMlysis,Rhen . matism. Neuralgia, Hysteria. Female Weaknesses, Malariw 1 V 3 . T1 a famSB C auu r ever uhu Ague, .rrice "a ST"( crnts. Sold everywhere. O F ANOTHER ACE. Gradually Supplanted by a Better Ar- ter Article ;rtai n ind Things are Hone Away. In the general reception room of the Western Union Telegraph building on Broadway, New York, are ex hibited the coarse, crude and clumsy instruments of the infancy of the telegraph. They are only relics now. More perfect machinery has superseded them. Years asro what is now styled the old-fashioned por ous plaster did some good service. There was t hen nothing better of the kind. Now ail that is changed Science and study have g me deeper into the secrets f medicine and produced BENSON'H :PCINE POR OUS PLASTER, which embodies all the excel.encies thus far possible in an external remedy. The old plan ters were slow the Capcine is rapid ; they were un certain the Capcine is sure Cheaper articles bear similar names. Be careful, therefore, that some thrifty druggist does not deceive you. In the center of the genuine is cut the word CA PCINE. Price 25 cents. Seabury & Johnson, Chemists, New York. T3UI..IET ANI SHKLL" A U ble. opportune book. History, Chivalry Ro mance, Graphic, Tragic, Comic. The soldier's story par excellence. Millions will read it. Agents want ed, w n. .epan. aoo nroanway, hi. i. 17" T VTC! Jmis Riv-r. V . tn r t IV.YI Northern settlement.'- Illus trated circular free. J. F MWH , Claremont. Va. I CURE FITS! When 1 say cure 1 do not mean merely to stop them for a time and then-have them return again, I mean a radi cal cure. I have made th disease of FITS, EPILEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS a life-long study. I warrant my remedy to cure the worst cases. Because others have foiled Is no reason for not now receiving a cure. Send at ence for a treatise and a Fret Bottle of my infallible remedy Give Express and Post Olfloe, it oostf FPU Botuluir for a trial, and I wl 11 euro you. Addrasa Pr. U. 0. BOOT, 1M f earl St., New York. f vs. Ernestine Losho. State of Connecticut, Tolland County, ss., Tolland, v, arch 13th, A. IX 1883. Upon the complaint of the said Maxillien Loshe, praying xor reusuuD tuerejii eei, lurm or a divorce. now pending before the Superior Court in and foi iolland County, to be held on the 2nd Tuesday ol Anril. A. D. 1883 It appearing to, and being found by the subscrib re .... . . . 1 . -J J. - . 1 auLuuni.jr-LJiaL me buiu ueieiiuuui, is reaiaing out O, known. Therefore ordered, that notice of tuo nen. dency of said complaint be given by publishing this order in the Tolland Coanty Press, a newspaper print ed in Stafford, three w ;eks successively, commenc ing on or oeiore me mji aay or Aiarcn, a. v., 1883, ERWIN O. DIMOCK. Clerk of the Superior Court for Tolland County OKUifitt OK NO l ium. .-i J ticut, Tolland County, ss. Stafford, March 28th V D 1883 , Jared Watrousvs. Lvdia Watrons. Ujion the complaint of the said Jared Watronn, praying ior tne reasons therein set forth foradi vorce, now Dendms before the superior conrt in aud for Tolland Couafy, to be holden on the second Tues day of April, A, 1. 1883. It appearing to and' being found by the subscribing authority, that the said de fendant is absent from this stategone to parts un known. Therefore ordered, that notice of the pend ency of said complaint be given by publishing this oruer in me i ouana t:onnty rress, a newspaper printed in Stafford, two weeks snccessivelv. com mencing on or before the 29th day of March, A. D., J. W. CHAIN DliEK. County Commissioner for Tolland County. KDEli OF NO 1 ICE. Stare of Coume, ticut, County or Tolland, ss. Tolland, March 26th, A. D.. 1883 Lina Enrierht vs. Thomas Hnrifrhf Upon the petition of the said Lina Enright, praying im icanuuo iiierciu am, iorni ior a divorce, now pend ing before the superior court m and for Tolland County, to be held on the 2d Tudsday of April, A, D. 1883. It appearing to, and bejng found by, the sub scribing authority, that the said defendant is absent from this State irons to narts unknown. Thmcfn ordered, that notice of the pendency of said com- muiui oe give sy puDiisrung tms onier lu the Toi land Connty Press, newspaper printed in Stafford, two weeks successively, commencing on or before iuc ijiu uaj w maren. iaa. isawin u. .Ul.wouii, vierit or tne anperior court fr '1 oiland fownty. A r a O'Mirt of Pr(ha e holijuu at Simr XX in and for the district of Somers, oa the 28th day oi marcil, a. v., losa. Present. SOLOMON FULLER. Jndo. On motion of Fvi Dart, administrator on the es- oi uiviiia ij. uart, late or Homers, within Bald district, deceased. This court doth decree that six months be allowed and limited for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims against the same to the administrator, and directs that public notice be given of this order oy advertising in a newspaper published In Stafford, and by posting a oopy thereof on the public sign-post in said town of Somers, nearest the place where tne deceased last dwelt. Certified from Record, 29m2w SOLOMON FULLER, Judge people ara always on the lookout for chances to increase their earnings, ' and - in time become wealthy ; these who do not improve their opportunities remain in payer, tv. We offer a areat chance to make money. We want t&en, women, boys and girls to work for us right in their own localities. Anyone can do the work properly from the first start The business will pav more than ten times ordinary wages. Expensive outfit furnished tree. No one who en gages fails to make mouey rapidly. You can devote your whole time to the work, or only yonr spare mo. nients. Full info.-uiatiou and all that is needed sent fret. AOdreaa Wtmwm A Ooforttrtttdi Mtwsa, ILl S, Hbkby Clay "Misquoting Shakespekb. He seldom indulged in classical allusions, and his occasional attempts to make quota tions of English poetry were generally fail ures, un one occasion, ne used tne well- known phrase from Hamlet, "Let the gall ed jade wince, our withers are unwrung, but misquoted the last syllable, calling it "un-strung. The gentlemen who sat on either side of "him noticed the error, and simultaneously whispered "un-wrung." This double prompting confused "Young Harry of the West, who straightened himself, and with stronger emphasis re- fieated "unhung." This raised a general augh, at the close of which Clay, who had meanwhile ascertained his mistake, shook his head, and said with one of his inimita ble smiles : . "Ah ! murder will out I U. -wiring's the word. " The fascination which he exercised over all with whom he had personal intercourse, even his political adversaries, waa remarkable ; but he wt s l penous and dommeeriag, exacting uu conditional a d u i qualified support as the price ot his fneadsmp. April Century. Avoid the Net, Boys. We have often heard of the cold-blooded schemes of sa loon men to eatrap the youag aud unwary, but it seems hard to believe that men could actually be so brutish. For instance, a i Indiaaapohs saloon man on the south side, winter before last, euticed boys i to his sa loon Buuday alternoon to play ball, pool. cards, aid to driuk beer, calliug it his ''Sunday school. A Chicago saloon keeper last wiater of fered a first a.id second prize to the two boys who would buy the most drinks ia a month. But an Indiada saloon keeper, at Spea cer, Owen couaty, has eclipsed them all. He has started a lottery, the prize a $1,000 piano. Shares in the piano may be secur ed by investing a certaia ainouat 1 i cigars, tobacco aud dri . iks i a his saloon. He sends the piano around on exhibition at gather ings in aad arouud Spencer, to attract at- teation ad draw custom ; a.:d, stra ige to say, he has been permitted to exhibit it at gatherings in cnarge ot good people, be cause it would draw a larger atteda-.ee. Monitor Journal. Professor Hadley of Yale college, the distinguished Greek scholar, possessed a exceptionally happy faculty for deaiiug with, young men. One alternoon a num ber of students assembled in the room sit uated over his own a id cjmme.iCsd an up roar wholly out of character with the time and place. After enduring it for a while as patiently as he could Professor Hadley rapped with his crutch on the wall over head, calling the young men to order. In a few minutes, however, the disturbance was renewed, the students becoming more boisterous and demonstrative than before. A good deal annoyed at the disobedience the Professor made his way up the flight of stairs and rapped at the door ; when it was opened he simply said to the inmates : "I should like to see you, young gentle men, at any time at my room, but I should prefer to have you come through the door. " For the delicate and complicated difficulties peculiar to women, Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound is the sovereign remedy. John Quincy Adams, during his long term of service in congress, was never known to be late at his seat. On one oc casion, just as the clock struck the hour for the commencement of the session, a member inquired of the speaker if it was not time to call the house to order. "No, sir," was the reply ; "Mr. Adams is not yet in his seat." Just then Mr. Adams ap peared and it was shown that the clock was three minutes fast. Wilktje Collins' last story is called "My Lady's Money." In this oountry it would have been: "Mother-in-law has got the Stamps," or "The Old Woman is Well Heel ed," remarks a paragraph. All Americans do not employ such outrageous slang phrases as the above. In speaking of Ely's Cream Balm, however, they do say: "its perfect," "its as fragrant as flowers, and certain death to catarrh," &c, fec. This Balm is not a li quid or snuff, and is easily applied. Thou sands of grateful persons attest its effiicacy. "One in our family had catarrh for 8 years," said R. W. Merrill, Sec'y Phoenix Manuf 'g Co., Grand Rapids, Mich. "She ineffectual ly tried other remedies and several specialty doctors in Boston. Ely's Cream Balm has restored her health and hearing, which were considered incurable." Try it, reader. Price, 50 cents. The readiness with which the foot of the modern man taketh. him to the club would go far to prove by nature that man is club-footed. Newport. R. I., Aug 11. 1880 Josh Billings Heard Feom, Dear Bitters I am hear trying to breathe ia all the salt air of the ocean, and having been a sufferer for morje than a year with a refractory liver, I was induced to mix Hop Bitters with the sea gale, and have found the tincture a glorious result. J have been greatly helped by the Bitters, and am not afraid to say so. Yours without a struggle, Josh Billings, Burlington Hawkeye : Why certainly, Ez ra, certainly. Anybody can answer a little question hke that. They are called "end men" because they are the last person the wandering joke reaches in its earthly pilgrim age. Mr. James Wells, of 360Shroop Ave., Brook lyn, writes: "My wife was suffering from extreme debility, she used Wheat Bitters with the most satisfactory" result and pronounces it the best remedy in the world." c iriuurs ttiui oitiurs a.xirm a ei 'te. iterative agency basineax. by winch $5 $20 a day ou b earned. nerd HdUir a uce. on poHtxl, to H O. Wi kin-uu & C . 19n ud 197 Fnlton-st., New York. 156 Thu great preventive aalu-t iipWbnv i- futaska.a wtrld-rtmowni vpecno tor all d oniers of the throat Sold by H drnu sts A dentist, like a bayiuttkt-r, core a git. many ache. Seriously American Cong' Drops nr every species of pulruonary t. triroit'troables. Its au old, Coiiiieo iout,fui ily Btfd rT Always sare. These drops are liquid. ?iR THIS HAPPIJNESS OF I MOOTK. From k. Clergt inan'n Home ComeN K iriettage jntuiniiiir winaom . ol Experience. Home is the center of the social system. From it proceed the best and purest Influences felt in the worm, and towards u gravitate tne tenoerest noprs of humanity. . For it all good men labor while their working days last, and around it their last thoughts linger lovingly wnen tnose nays are aone. Yat home does not usually approach in practice its own ideals. The mother is overtaxed with household duties and the reartnsr and tannine of her ehildren while the father fights the outside Battle to win the wherewithal! to meet expenses. Kooner'or Inter care and toil leave their marks. It ia true enough, as ftungsiey sings in the "i nree jngoers," tnat ' "Men must work, and women must weep," but too much working and weeping brush all the bloom from ute's trult. Mental anxiety and lack of rest and pleasure in duce physical diseases of many kinds ; whence the need of a trustworthy tonic to give help and strength in limes of need. Among the good women of the land who have found such a sure anchor is Mrs. A. C Ueorge, wife of Rev. A. J. George. D. D., pastor of the Centenary M, X. church of Chicago, whose words we have her permission to quote : "fuse Psrker's Ginger ionic in my family, and can say that we are highly pleased with it as a tonic. From my experience f its value, I recommend it as a raliubje family mediolna " I'lease note : "first. Parker's Ginger Tonic is not a mare essence of Ginger ; second, it contains noth ing to create an appetite for intoxicating drinks ; third, it is a splendid health restorative for all who sulfur from disordered Liver or Kidneys or any dis ease arising from indigestron and impure bloufl. Accept no substitute for it. Price, 60s. and 1 Per bottln. It is cheaper to buy th.e larger sift. Uiscoi $c new mm. DfOOnlu'Il"" Parts of "the human bodjr eu- rr.n.MlllA!. I-- 1 Aaalnmi1 .ntl atiMxrthpii. X UUUV11UJJI " r " ed," is an interesting advertisement long ran in our n. mar in r,i!v ttk innnlrlea w will sav that there ia no evidence of humbug about this. On the contrary, the advertisers are very highly indorsed. IntT-ste4 persons may get sealed circulars giving a.U parqcui lars, by addressing P. On Box 6ii BvatoyN.', Mc vma . YOUNG OLD LADY. "V, Mr ! I'm Younger than any of my iniiorca now." , n I a ivirs. aran J.TJ. If oblnson. of 61 William St., Wow Haven. Conn We Kt-ad : . about till kind el NobleLa ; uiett, but Seldom Nee them in Society. "Yes, slrt I'm younger than any of my children now. I keep np with the times. 1 rsad the naners. applaud the victories of old Ya)e,and don't grow old," were the words of Mrs. Roblusjn to your reporter when he called at her home. Mrs. hoblnsou is one of the earnest,go-ahead sort of ned ladies,of whom you reau, out worn you no rareiy nun in uiouem society. I've had my shave of trouble," she said, "for all my life I've been a sufferer from erysipelas. From this has resulted diseased stomach znd inaction of the di gestive organs. I've been troubled with dyspepsia, auu uuve wui buch a weaaneaB ui me aiomacil H nas re med as if I needed something artificial and strength e ing I attribute this to erysipelas, which is consti tutional with me. I(ve been under the physician's care a gr. at deal during my life, but I never received any permanent. Denent i tninic until I began taking Dr. Kennedy's FAVORIIE KEM.EDY, which has ft roved a perfect restorative in my case. My health s belter now than il has been for a long time. ' I con sider Dr Kennedy's FAVORITE KEMEDY an ex lelleut medicine. It is us d extensively in this city. i net-uib us a ituuiiy meuiciue, anu reiy upon it tor I know of the good results of using it." Your reporter : left Mrs. Robinson rejoicing in h -ulth and renewed youth, and bestowing merited praise on mat wnicu is tne source ot nupplnexs to thousands, viz: Dr Kenntdy's FAVORll K REME DY. Ask your druggist ior it. Kennedy's FAVO RITE R KM ED Y has become a household word. Everybody, sooner or later, gets sick, and sickness is both wearysouie and cosl'y FAVORITE REMEDY steps in at this point. It is not fx;ensive and it is eflicieiit. For all diseases of the 1(1 nod. Bilious Die orders, Kidney complaints. I Onstipatien, and tho aches and ills which make the dojie-tic life of women a cross so bard t bear COUGHS ACID COLDS. For the prompt and effectual cure of Coughs, Colds, Soreness of the Throat and Chest, Bronchitis, Asthma, Inflammation of the Lungs, or other diseases leading to that ter rible malady Conmmipl Ion, there is no remedy in the world equal to Dr.. L. Q. C. Wishart'8 Pine Trek Tar Coedial. nVCDCDCIA Loss of Appetite and UIdrr.rdIHi Torpidity of the Liver are prom ptly overcome by th is su perb remedy, nrhlph rAmilatoB anil fltpfmcrt liona tftA nrcran. B of digestion, and establishes a regular habit of I oooy. IMPURITIES OF THE BLOOD. IV- . Jniirtll o ' ..-!.. j rv r-il. a An v.' 'ivi.iy.iy. not only strengthens and gives new life to all important organs of the body, but is also an excellent Blood Purifier, eliminating impuri ties which beget SerolWous Eruptions. Balt Bheum, and other diseases of the skin, as Well as those which cause Gout, Rheumatism, ana uropsy. DEBILITY md NERVOUSNESS. For those persons naturally weak and debili-1 tated, or worn out by disease, the tonic and I strengthening properties of Dr. Wishart's I I Pink Trek Tab Cordial are admirably , adapted. SOLD BY ALL DRUCCIST8. PRICE, $1.00. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM A beneficial dressing I preferred to similar art icles because of its puri ty and rich perfume. It I Itestores to Gray Hair I the Youthful Color & prevents dandruff and I falling of the hair. tOc.&il.Hitco-v Co.,N.Y. Excel Uu Curat ll.nver eilrmcta iu ri Jiacsa. Jolieafci. I verr lastinx. No odor like it. Bo snro von irat FLOUEiS. I TOJf Cologne, tignature of Hccor tijol. 2J. V.t on ever? I "uw. nun i vis. , urUFK'.CS lllll? flCilICA Ul DCTjUaiGI patents i tn ti- i i. tn ventions.or for improve ments in old ones, Cav- eats. Infringements, Trade-Marks, and all patent Sisiness proniBtlv attended to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN REJECTED may still, in most cases, be patented by us. Being opposite the U. 8. Patent Office, and engaged in PA TENT BUSINESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can seowo patents in less time than those who are remote from Washington. When Inventors send model or sketch, we make search in the Patent Oftlce, and adviseastoits patent ability, frek of charge. Correspondence confi dential fees reasonoble ; and. NO CHAKGE UN LESS PATENT IS OBTAINED. We refer by permission to the City Postuiaster.and to the Superintendent of the Poet Office Money Order Division in Washington. For special references, cir cular, advice. &c, address C. A. SNOW & CO., Oppositb Pathnt Oppiob. Wahinoton. D. O. timt, life iw HWM'pmar hy, go unci dura before you die. something mighty and sublime leave behind to conquer time " $66 a week in your own town. $5 outfit free. No risk. Everything new. Caiiital not reauired. We ft ill furnish you everything. Many are making fortunes. Ladies innke as much as men. and boys and girls make great, pay Readers, j you want busine-s at which you oan make grent pay all the time, write for partisulurs to II Hallbtt & 'o , Portland, Mulue. liewis' Red Jaclrot Bitters. A purely Vegetable l'rcpnration. Contains no mineral or poisonous substances. A sure cure for Fever andAsrue and Malaria. A sovereign remedy for Liver and Kidney troubles. FEMALE DIFFICULTIES In Young or Old, Married or Single, yield readily to this invaluable "family medicine." FOlt SALE BY ALl DHTJGGISTS. LEWIS & CO., Proprietors, New Haven, Ct..TJ.8 'i Health is Wealth ! Da K C. West's Nebvb and Bsain Treat, bient, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizzi ness. Convulsions, Tits, Nervous Neuralgia, Headache, Norvous Prostrnti on caused by the use of alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental De pression, Softening of tho Brain resulting in in sanity and loading to misery, decay and death. Prematura Old Abb, Darrcnness, Loss of jower in either sex. Involuntary Losses and Spermat orrhoea caused by over-exortion of tho brain, solf abuse or over-indulgence. Each box contains ono month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six boxes for $5.00, sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price, WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES To euro any case. "With each order received byus for six boxes, accompanied with $540, we will send tho purchaser our written guarantee to re fund the money it the treatment doee not effect a cure. Guarantees issued only by E.A.Whittlesey, Druggist, MHayenffl, HOW LOST! HOW liKSTOR. i:i I Just published, a new edition of Ilr. CnlverwelPn Cielebratrd tCftvar on the radical cure ef SfebmaTorrhcba or Heuiinnl Weak uess, Involuntary Seminal Losses. Imovkkct, Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impediments toMnrrlHjjs, etc ; also ConsumpiQn,Kp4lepsy aud Fits Induced by Bclf-iiidulgrnoci, or s jual ejttravsgai.ee, Ac. The n..fi'Hr utvl nnthni In thl tmlpukl. n . clearly demonstrates from thirty years' sureessf i practice, inai me aiarminir consequences oi sell-abnse may b radically cured : pointlmr out a mod" of ear at once simple, certain, and effectual, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately aud rad ically. . CirThli lecture should be In the hands Inf nverv youth ud every man in the land. . . ... Sent under seal. In plain envelope, to any address. post.ald, on receipt of six cents or two postage; stamps. Address THE CULVER WELL MEPTOATj CO..