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Farm and Home.
Feeding Horses. A correspondent of the New England I - ummoQlanii wn a t.hiin annaih v on "m important topic "1 wish jrn ,.5 u i,K! r foorliws Worses all the could oat. would try the pln of b regular feed three times . J. w give them j'ist what tney will eat up on eoii norstj win .w.. , - . . each one require.. Cut buy is not in (a yor as much tu it whs twen.y years ago, for to feed it to a horse that is very nun Bi V. tired and warm is very apt to Bring 5n colic. Where there were twenty us inir bay cutters for liorss formerly, tbere is hardly one now. Crooked corn and oats for morning feed with a little hav a little heavier feed of cracked corn and oats with a littlo liny for noon : cut hay wet and mixed with meal and a little more bay at night than the two previous feeds, will keep a horse in a good, heilthy, working condition year after year. A hearty, amoitioua horse that is habitually sulijoct to colio, should not have cut feed at any time, but in stead, oats and coin ground together and fed dry. I think, if persons who have oeen in the habit of feeding all the hay a horse could eat, would try the above method a few months they would never return to the old method, as the horte would look better, be more healthy, and do more work Kooding regularly is half the batt.e. I find those who have had a good deal of experience in the care of horses are hardest to convince, when they happen to be in error." The Cow. Tbere is a good old adage that you .cannot gather grapes from thorns nor figs from thistles but it may be possible to reverse this and gather thorns where you should have grapes, and thistles where ligs should glow Sometimes this is the case whore a per son uuichases an excellent cow, expects ing Her excellence to be a substitute lor good nav and gram, oouieiiiues mid farmer expects a superior cow to make an abundance of milk and the best of butter from a poor pasture, or from very poor hay. It is in vain we endeavor to Keen uo eood stock unless it i well fed. Better bleeds of cattle demand better feed and more of it. There are many ordinary cows which if taken and put into some men's barns, and receiving their fare, would be a good di al above th . a.rTgc. Rrwt news must have warm barns and good oare, with good feed. Cold barns, poor liny and neglect, allowing the animals on cold days to stand shivering in the yard, will soon convert good cows into very poor ones, if it does not linally result in the loss of the vow. Poor siock may endure Buch treatment, but good, higli-bied cattle become even worse than won bless if not properly oared lor. Do not give a cow too poor feed because she is dry ; the in fluence of good hay ind roots at this time will be found in the pail after alio comes in. For a we-k or two before she drops her calf a little meal may be fed to advantage. If a heifer is coming in, look well to ber bag, lor li slie is guing to uiaio a good cow it will require good care, even belore she comes iu. ily years they nave uioomeu ana spruau Uie little baby heart; Their Angela. H Tbeir anirela do always beheld the face of my Father whloli u in heavtu." My heart in lonelv aN heart can bo, And tliu ery of Rachel goes P from me, For the tender laces uutbrKot Of the little ehllilreu that are not t Although, 1 know, They are all In the laud whors I shall go.- I want them close In the dear old way : But lire noes forward and will not slay, And He who has made It has made it right; Yet I miss my darliims out of my slaht ; Althmiiih, I If now, They are all in the lajid where I shall go. Only one has died. There Is one small mound, Vfulot heaped Iu the sweet Krove-grounil ; Twent nvr tl And oh l t Know She Is safe In the land where 1 shall go. , Not dead : only grown and gone away. 1 ho hair of my darling Is turning gray, , That was golden once in the days so dear, Over for many and many a year. Yet 1 know I know She's a child In the laud where I shall go. My bright brave boy Is a grave-eyed man, Facing the world a a worker can ; But 1 think of him now as 1 had him Ihenj And 1 lay his cheek to my heart agalu, And so, 1 know, I shall have him where we both shall go. Out from the Father and Into life : Back to His breast from the ended strife, And the finished labor. 1 heat the woril From the lips of Him who was Christ and Lord, Ann I know, that so It shall be In the laud where we all shall go. Given back with the gain. The secret this Of the blessed kingdom of children Is ! My mother's arms are waiting for me : I Bhi.ll lay my bead on my father's knee ; For so. 1 know. I'm a child myself where I shall go. The world Is troublous, and hard, and cold, And men and women grow gray and old ; But behind the world is an Inner place Where yet their angels behold God's face ; And lo ! we know, That only Vie children can see him so. Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney. in sentiment, he said, were many. First the opposition was too violent, too un just, sometimes too extravagant to last another evidence of the law that reac tion of mind follows on great excite ment. A second reason was the knowl edge that oume to the nation from expe rience as time went on, that the alarm bad, after all, boon unnecessary, and that there had been no roason for the grave prophecies of danger, and the panic, fright and stringent measures on the part of tho executive and the country. The third cause which he indicated was the conversions, of which there have been not a few. England is not, in the eyes of Catholics, a heathen country, needing conversion as a heathen country needs it; but it is a country which knows only half the gospel, and the mission of Cut li oiies is to mako them know the whole of it. Fifty years ngo, the Catholics in Eng land were an unknown sect; now there is hardly a family in tbe kingdom but Ins relatives or associates of that religion. Cardinal Newman cites, as another cause, tbe great figure presented to the whole world by the late Pope Pius IX, and its effect in favor of Catholics. Pearls of Thought. CmiiiiiNO Houses. A lew weeks ago we heard a gentleman say that whon he was a boy lie nevor heard of such a thing as crib biting, and he thought it was caused by indigestion. It is generally conceded that indigestion is tiie oatue producing iiritution and uneasiness, and impelling the horso to lake hold with his teeth and stretch his neck, and from this grows the habit of wind sucking and crib biling. As a remedy, give one drachm of copperas and hull" an ounce of ground einpi'i' in his cut feed. Perhaps too much cut feed is injurious. We pre fer when the horse ha9 time to feed ier, wu and wuoie grain In masticating these they become Xoh is absoVu ely necessary to perfect .... cm (J,A is moist and requires hiss chewing than whole feed, and docs not ab-orb so imicii oi too saliva, conse quently tho horse is likely to have very disagreeable feelings caused by indigestion. Can Fatness in a Cow Lfs ujn Hek Milk Yield? That cows may bo too fat to givo a full flow of milk nnd hens too fat to l iy, is a current opiuion among farmers in some sections, which m an absurdity, il seems to me; tbe fact being that the cow or hen gels fat on account of non-production, not that the yield of milk or eggs is lessened by the accumu lation of flesh. Cows take on flesh when supplied with rich food bevond tiieir capacity to convert it into milk. Cer tain articles of iood have a tendency to produce milk, while the fat-toruimg qualities ot others are predominant; yet were a cow allowed so small a ration of any kind, that bIio would decrease in weight, the production of milk would not lie increased thereby; but on the con trary, a diminished yield would be the rectilt. Tii'-re is a limit to tne prolicide crnveision of food mo milk; also a limit to ilie rapacity of cw to ki-ov milk; but if. by lush f.mling '.villi narufn' xt'eu tion to deiails, we i-.ai, gt-i. the same re turns in fotii yen re that otherwise would require live, we are thef iineis. Its'itojs iouri'diblo that any liiiukiua man could believe that a "cow would yield more milk whi n thin in flesh than when fat." Hurai New Yorker. M. B. p. There is a breed of fowls known in the market of New York city as the "Bucks county chicken." wh!ch excels everything eise. They are large, tine and fat, and from the superior quality f the flesh have obtained a noloriety which commands ready sales at higher prices than the common nirti, win n placed side by side. This is the effect of breeding up until perfection has been nearly reached; for these birds are no mongrels, but puro and distinct oi tneir kind. Tho mongrel never arrives at that fullness of perfection that is reached by the thoroughbred, neither does tbe first cross, especially where the cross is intense, like that of tile iirahma and tbe Game and the Dominique. The smaller biui.ru ttrwt hoir crossed tiy similar fowls, permitting the size to govern it in mating. Any sudden or severe croits is a tax which nature cannot well with stand. Crosses are useful, many times necessary, to the breeder in order to obtain sitters nnd mothers to rear tbe thoroughbred breeds. For ibis purpose tbe mixture of blood is often better than tbe pure blood. '1'ho Dominique is almost equally good if kept in pnriiy, but cross ed with the Game stands No. 1 as a brood hen. Any other cros3 diuiinisiies its value in tins respect. A da-h of Game blood I consider as being es-ectial in producing extra sitters nnd ino:li 'rs, for none can compa.e wit tho Game for activity and industry in providing for the chicks, and defending iheui from danger. Y ekmin. The poultry bouse, if close ly examined, may be found lo swarm with lico. A gray mealy powder may be seen on the roo ts, in crevices; and in the corners nnd joints, ot the building. Take a common . squirt can filled with kerosene oil and inject the oil into every crevice a! nail the bouse, lb-peat this process if it is found necessary, and very toon the (owls will be tree from these insect pests. Seek not the eminences of life by an. other's depression. Find earth where grows no weed, and vou mav find a heart where no errors grow. One who is contented with what he has done will never become famous for what be will do. Wealth may minister to the best part of man, but only minister not master, whon it usurps the throne and becomes monarch, it is of all things most pitiful and abject. Tt i vnrv pleasant to see some men turn round, pleasant as a sudden rush of warm air in winter, or the flush of fire- lirbt in the chill dusk they abed radiance on all around tbem. All useless misery is certainly folly, and be that feels evils before they come may be deservedly censured, yet surely to dread tue iuture is more rwasuuuuiu than to lament the past. Mountains never shake hands. Their roots may touch, they may keep together some way up, but at length tney part company, and rise into individual, Isolat ed peaks, so it is witn great men. The beginning of hardship is like the first taste of bitter food it seems for a moment unbearable; yet, if there is nothing else to satisfy our hunger, we take another bite and find it possible to go on. As yon stand on the sea beach you wit ness the waves recede and flow, but still they are component parts of the ocean which continues in movement ; and as with tbe ocean, so is there a continual progress in the unfolding of the earth. And what occurs on earth, occurs also in man. Ruskin nevor said a truer thing than this: "If you want knowledge, you must toil for it; if food vou must toil for it. Toil is the law. Pleasure comes through toll, and not by . 'self-indulgence and indo lence. When one gute to love work hiB life ia a happy one. If on a cold, darK night you Bee a man picking his way up a rickety pair of stairs, where one of GocTb poor chil dren live, with a beavy basket on bis arm, yon need not stop him to ask if he loves the Lord. Whether he is an Otbo dox, n Catholic or a heathen, he is lay ing up treasures in heaven Golden Mule. Our hearts acquiesce in the dispensa tion which, instead of creating character in its perfection, leaves it to bo perfect ed by effect. We can conceive no char acter in a created being worthy of affec tion which is not produced by a moral strugglo; and, on the other hand, the greater the moral ditheulties that have been overcome, the more worthy of af fection does the character seem fry to conceive a being created mi. rally perfect without etlrfet; , ou wnl produce a pic- lure ot insipidity which no heart can love. Ooldwin Smith. Keep it to Yor kself. You have trouble your feelings are injured, your husband is unkind, your wife frets, your home is not pleasant, your friends do not treat you fairly, and things in general move unpleasantly. Well, wtilit of itP Keep it to yourself. A smouldering fire can be found and extinguished; but when the coals are .scattered, who can pick them upP Bury your sorrow. The place for sad and disgusting things is under the ground. A cut finger is not benefitted by pulling off the plaster and exposing it to somebody's eye. Charity covcrolh a multitude of sins. Things thus covered are cured without a scar; but once published and confided to med dling friends, there is no end to the trouble they may cause. Keep it to yourself. Troubles are transient and when a Borrow is healed and passed, what a oomfcrt it is to say: "None ever knew it until it was all over." The Happiness of Queens. Tue Medicine of Sunshine. The world wants more sunshine in its dispo sition, in its business, in its charities, in its theology. For ten thousand of tho aches and pains, and irritation of men and women we recommend sunshine It soothe, better than morphine. It stimulates better than champagne. It is tho best platter for a wound. The good Samaritan poured out into the f;illen traveler s gash more of this than of oil Florence Nightingale used it on the Cri mean battle fields. Take it out into tiie alleys, on board all the ships, by all the mok oods. rnola phial lull, not a cup urn, Duta soui luu. it is good tor spleen, for liver complaint, for neuralgia, for rheumatism, for failing fortunes, for melancholv. Faith and Works. The Sultan of wretched, bankrupt Turkey has ten servants whose special d'liy it is to nniold the cnrp?ts for him "hen be is going to piay, len to take cate of hu, pipes and ciaiettes, two lo dress his ruja! hair and twenty to attend to his most noble clan shirts. There are a maltiiode of other attendants ah t the palace; indeed, it is stated that 800 fam ilies am about 4IXK) irou live at Uis ilaj'Tdy's expense lit is an exlravapint housekeeper; the annual expenditure of ' the palace are mentioned as near It tl4.-OOO.UOO. Radiated Blessings. The sunlight fulls upon a clod, and the clod drinks it in, is warmed by itself, but lieB as black as ever and sheds no light. But the sun touches a diumond and the diamond al most chills itself as it sends out a radi ance on every side the light that has fallen on it. so God helps one man to boar his pain, and nobody but that one man is a whit tbe richer. God comes to another Sufferer, reverent, unselfish bumble, and tbe lame leap, and the dumb siieak and the wretched all aronnd are comforted by the radiated comfort of that happy soul. Nugpets of Wisdom. We have little' moral faith in those wno have never been imposed upon. Our own heart, and not other men's opinions of us, forms our truj bonor. A man's g-jod breeding is the best se curity against other people s ill manners. There arc not good things enough in life to indemnify us for the neglect of a single duty. There are few occasions where cere mony may not be easily dispensed with, kindness never. When the human mind gets down hub deep into a rut of thinking it is bard to lilt it out. To tell a falsehood is like the cut of a sabre; for though the wound may heal, the s."ar of it will remain. Humanity is never so beautiful as when praying for forgiveness, or else foi giving another. Jtichtcr. As an appliance for the improvement of our friends a tmbit of scolding pos sesses no appreciable virtue. Men of the noblest dispositions think themselves happiest when others share tbeir happiness with tbem. Thekk ARB 1136 Congregational min isters in this country without a charge. Cardinal Newman bas delivered an ad dress lately on the growth of Protestant toleiance toward Catholics during tbe past 30 years U England. Thirty years ago. Catholics bad become very unpop ular, he said, through the whole eountrv owing to a general nncy mat, in some way or other, our autUoriti-s it I tome were conspiring together against the re ligious liberties of England. The ap imin'mcnt of an English cardinal and of kiiglish bishojK was looked upon as a great insult, since a Christian hierarchy was already establi-hed in the country, and a new one seemed to be intended to take iu place. The causes of tbe change SOMlE OF TIIE EXPEKIENCES WHICH SOV- EKE1GNS OF EUROPE HAVE PASSED TIIHOUGH. Translated from the French. There is nothing of which we hoar sooner than this. When we are children our nurses charm us, and make us envi ous with their marvelous stories of life in the palaces. Can we ever forget the Prince Charming and what the princess wore her dress tile color ot the sun how she rode in a carriage ornamented all over with big rubios; that her sceptre was a single diamond, and ber crown made of stars snatched from heaven P Later tbo Almanack de Qolha recalls these golden fables of our infancy, and we see again the queens with their blonde hair and bright eyes, tiieir crowns high upon their heads, and their great cloaks of velvet trailing from their naked shoul ders. They smile with the smile of tranquil goddesses; they are beautiful among the beautiful, happy among the haopv: belore tnem one oows ana goes upon bis knees; the earth is made sweet by the cares of their feet; men only breathe as they nod; joy is every where abDut tnem. O. sovereigns! O rulers! look what destiny has done for you. Queen Victoria reached the mrone adorable, charming! Crowned at West minster when just sixteen, she married the husband of her choice one of those Cobiirgs, who were the handsomest men of their time. She loved so passionately that she poisoned her own life and that of her husband, who was a martyr to her idolatry. Her jealous imagination saw infidelity everywhere nnd always: la- ladies onco her dear friends became odi ous to her. She drove away tile ladies of honor and, at a court ball, she slapped the luce ot a ruy trrri to whom frince Aioert nan uoareHHOU a low words. A day uamo whon douth culled thia husband, so fondly loved, and on that day died also England s queen. The heart had gone out ot i he body of the woman, and nothing was left. Every thing seemed to have been brusquely torn away, anq so great was her dispair. and so long did it last, that, years afterward. they discussed a regency in parliament. The motion was defeated ; but after that the living corpse of her who hail been v ictoria came, Horn time to time, to open parliament. The English, who re spects the dynasty, lowered themselves before the eternal giief of this old woman, lor they saw still the crown of the queen above the widow's cap. But she never smiled save whon, perchance, the name of Prince Albert was mention ed. The queen of Belgium has an only son. The child of ten years is as sweet and exquisite as a cherub. The royal infant is sick. It is night, and he suf fers, for be burns with fever. Ho tries to smother his cries of pain. The queen, notwithstanding ber agony, worn out with long watching, nnd obey. ing the supplications ot her holies, retires for a little repose. But she cannot sleep. She leaves her bed and returns, haste to ber son. She approaches soil IV. ' I he prince appears to be sound iv sleeping. His breathing is equal and easy. The pale face of Marie Henrietta lightens with happiness, tier boy was then saved, since he could sleep. She goes out Then tho rosal baby calls the doctor, liie doetor hends over him 'Do not tell my mother." he savs. "it makes ber happy to think that I sleep." mat child win never oe a King, To morrow, in tbe evening, he is dead. It is ten years since the Belgian prince is dead, and no oilier child has come to the queen. . At Brussels they seldom see her. She is always with herself. If she goes out she hears nothing, see nothing Her hair is white. Her dress is always black. Her ladies of honor are old and ugly, and made still more ugly by the ugly enrui of this court in lethargy. Ho one dares smile before the queen, wbo slill weeps, who weeps always, and who cries, "for rae there is nothing more in the world! All alone thoempressof Russia plunges iuto tho intoxication of her tears. She knows that, for a long time, the true crown of tbe empress is not that which she wears. She bas always with her the portrait of the emperor the likeness of the man wbo loves her no more. Margaret ot Italy dies slowly with a terrible malady. She knows that ber days are numbered. Ibe empress Eugenie lies upon the ground with seven spears driven right in rough her heart, .throne, husband. son, beauty all are gone. For having touched the crown of Spain, two young queens fall as it struck by lightning. Tho duchess of Aosta flies to Italy and wastes, in sickness and agony to doyith. Mercedes, the queen el eight een years, for whom life seemed so full. is cold as marble in her tomb. Christina of Ausltia hears nothing but tbe noise of the pistol, sees nothing but the gleam of the dagger. Maximilian went to Mexico, nnd paid for bis ambition with his lifo. When the grave closed over him it held also the world for Uarlotta since then ner present is the past. Her brain is blind ed, and she does not even know that sbe suffers. every day for a dollar or two dollars, or to humbly beg for fifty cents. "What did you do with the dollar I gave youP" Think of having a child that is afraid of yon ! What kind of children do you ex poot to have with a begger and a ooward for their mother P Ob, I tell you, if you h ive but a dollar in the world, and you have to spend it, spend it like a king; spend it as though it were a dry leaf and you the owner of unbounded forests. That's the wa to spend it. I had rather be a begger and spend my last dollar like a king, than to be a kiiig and spend my money like a beggar. If it's got to go, let it go. Get the best you can for your family nnd look as well as you can jouself. When you used to go court ing how nice you looked! Ah, your eye was bright, your step light, and you just put on the best you could. Do you know that it is insufferable egotism to you to suppose that a woman is going to love always, looking as bad as you oauP Think of it! Any woman on earth will be true to you forever when you do your level best. Bob Ingersoll. Youno Men in Congress An Anec dote OP THE MeMIIKR FROM GeOROIA. The present House contains an unusual ly lurge number of youngsters. The palm in this direction is carried off by Richard G. Frost of St. Louis, who only completed his 28th year last month, mid who first ran for Congress in 1870, failing of an election then, when lie was under twenty-five. Taylor, of the first Tennes see district, the young lawyer who has the reputation of having fiddled his way into the House, carrying a Republican district by sheer force of popularity among the mountaineers of East Tennes see, will not be 30 until next July, and Aekleii of Louisiana, is only a couple of months his senior, while Speer of Georgia is but little over 31. Frost is a very boyish-looking fellow in the light business suit which lie usually wears, and it would not .be at all strange if he is sometimes mistaken for one of the pages by a col league, as ho not nnfrequently is by spec tators. Speer looks so young that no body who should see him outside his seat would suppose he was a member of Congress. Indeed, a little incident which occurred in a horse car going up Capitol Hill, recently, shows that not all his fellow-members yet know him as a law maker. A scholarly Representative from Ohio, of nearly twice his years, fell into conversation with him, but they had not talked Jlong before the westerner, appar ently suspecting that he was being inter viewed ''unbeknownst," remarked in quiringly, "You're a journalist, aren't you, sir'.'" His surprise may be imagin ed when the young man replied : "Xo, sir; I am a member of the House from Georgia." The Bliohted Life of President Ty lisk's Grandniece. Mrs. Jeunio Collins, formerly Jennie Hcrndon Tyler, daughter of tho late Col. W. W. Tyler and grand niece of tho late President Tyler, was buried the other day from a miserable tenement at No. 7S Hudson Avenue in Brooklyn. She was married to a laborer niimed'Willium Collins, employed in the Brooklyn gas-works. She once moved in fashionable society in Washington and was a very intelligent and highly-cultured woman, anil she was only 2" years old when she died. Her girlhood was spent on her father's plantation in Mississippi, and she was betrayed into a mock mar riage with a man named Jennings, who deserted her after squandering her prop erty. When she married Collins she was discarded by her family. Her remains were interred in Flatbush cemetery. , is what all gaud mother should Stingt Men. I despise a stingy man. I don't see how it is possible for a man to die worth fihy millions of dollars, or ten millions of dollars in a city of want. hen be meets almost every day tbe withered hand of beggary and the wbile lips of famine. How a man can stand all that and hold in the clutch of his hand twenty or thirty millions of dol lars is iitw my com prehension. I do not see how he can do it. I should not think be could do it anymore than he could keep a pile of lumber when hun divds and thousands were drowning in the sea. I'o vou know I have known men wbo would trust their wives with their hearts and ibeir honor, but not with their pocket hooksnot with a dol lar. - When I see a man of ih.it kind, I always think he knows which is most valuable. Think of making your wife a begger! Think of ber asking yon Puzzle Department. (Everythingrclating to this department should be addressed to "Puzzle, Reformer Oltlce. Braltle boro, Vt." All are invited to send answers, and lo contribute original puzzles, which should be accompanied by the answers.) No. 267. ENIGMA. I am composed of 19 letters : My 6, 2, a, 16. 12. is what children are apt to rln. Uy r, la. 17. 14, 7. in a shrub bearing beautiful flowers. My 3, 6, 14, 17, 4, 7. ll. 8, 13, l, is a virtue thai should be fouud In every household. iiy J?', 'if' 10, l' '" "'aos by farmers' wives. My 14, lit, 17, 4. 6. Is what some do for a living. My r,, 2, s, is, la, 13, is where wo would all like tn irn My II. 17. do. My l.i, 11, 19, 18. Is asifrn. My l:t, 19, 17. 14, every woman should be. My 10. :l, 14, :. is a solemn uflirmation. My whole Is an impoitant maxiui. Robert T, No. 258. ANAGRAM. Od nad efftisr agntuh nl alvn; Tie on ritfel, igrillin eb; Fl het last fo life si naip, Kit cue ronsWK Kbrin ojrod ot etho; Cgod ot iheosr, wef ro yamn, iloog ot la), ro odotr ot uay. No. 269. SQUARE word. Small animals ; is worshipped ; not warm ; girl's name. No. 200. RIDDLE. From a river take a letter, and a number will anuear From this number hike two letters, and a woman will De here : Pray tell what rlv?r this can be. And thus unfold the uiyslery. No. 261. DOUBLE ACROSTIC. 1. A country scat ; 2. Terminations; 3. A stick 4. A great river in the United .states : 5. A fertile Dteceof land: 6. A race ot Deonle : 7. A weltrht: the initials name one of the United titales, the Duals a county in the same. No. 202. CROSS WORD ENIGMA. My first is in song, but not in sing ; My second is in silver, but not in ring ; My third is In stone, hut not in rock ; My ,ourth is tn peer, but not in mock ; Mv fifth is in ink, but not in j.en ; Mv sixth is in chicken, but not in hen : My Seventh Is iu cheese, but not iu curd : My whole is name of a very lare bird ; Answers in two weeks. ANSWERS TO PUZZUES. No. 236. Enigma. Never give up. No. 237. Square word. Gold Over Lena Dram No. 238. Anagram. We lead two lives, the outward seeming fair, And full of smiies, that on the surface lie. The otder spent in many a silent prayer. With thoughts aud feeltugs hidden from the eye. No 239. Lad.ler Puzzle. K F N u 1 L L U A be T R T G a 1 E E it No. 240. Double Acrostic G e o r g 1 A Royal. A m o n G M a n a g E H o B A r d o K R o A Grammar, Algebra. No. 241. Connecticut. Bow cBrices Rule in Whitinghara, conse quently our trade is still on the increase. We have a large stock of goods on hand, and propose to sell at a slight ad vance above cost, for' the next 60 days, to make room, for SPRING GOODS. Note the following Special Bargains : Turk's Island Salt, $ bu., COc (Not orrr.s kept in town but by us.) A good 50c Jap Tea, f lb, 35c Good Soap, $ cake, 4c A good white Undeivest, (gents'), each, 30c Job lot Child's Striped Hose, $ pair, 6c Linen Crash, c$ yard, 5o A good Cotton Flannel, yard, . 9c An elegant line All Wool Black' Cashmere, per yard, from 65c to $1.00 All other goods at correspon ding low prices, from the larg est stock, and at the best light ed store in Whitingham. No trouble to show goods, andnp blowing about dishon est comrMitors, although, per- hanstMwTis need enough of it. Call and see us. SfltKNEY & HUNT, lv6 Jacksonville, Vt. Preserve Your Eye Sight BY WEARING THE F. LAZARUS & CO. Brilliant Spectacles and live (ilasscs. THEY ARE THE BEST MADE CJOODS EXTANT. Every pair slumped (F. L. B.) are warranted per fect in every respect, and not to tire the eve. A large assortment set in Steel, Nickel Plated and Rubber alwurs on hand. Fbamki.ehs i KYE'tiLASsES, Coo,l'ELL8, all shades, for riding, driving, w shooting lOr Sale OJ UKU. r. "lir.rnn, uiUfiBi, boro, Vt. ly4S unruptured bv F. LAZARUS, Hartford, Cfc I PULMONARY tt IjConjflis! Colds, Croup, Asthma, (I Whooping Cough, flAna rtherLuiig Affections. J nd n ublie sneakers wiB Bn4 fIMm' 3Etixif valuable to allaj Irritations of Throat, Chest, and Lungs, For sale brail dealers in medicines. Clergymen a Not a Bevkraoe. "They are not a beverape. but a medicine, with curative proM?rliea of the highest decree, con mining no poor whisky or poisonous drusrs. They no not tear down an al ready debilitated system, but build it up. One bottle contains more hops, that is, more real hop strength, than a barrel of ordinary beer. Every drujjzint in Koch ester sells them, anil the physicians pre wribe them." Evening Exprest on Hop liitteri. THE BEST PLACE IN Windham County TO GET A FIRST-CLASS r4 Sewing Machine! IS AT J EE'S, Where you will get New Machines, war ranted in every respect, for a very little money. SCOTT DUNKLEE, Brattleboro. Vt., Feb. , 187a, GREAT BARGAINS IN ZPHAKTOS! COTTAGE ORGANS I AND THE CELEBRATED Decker Brothers Piano. Die best piano known, and other first class in struments, and 1 will sell them at Manufacturers' prices, auu on terms that will suit all. I select all the Instrument that I Bell at the Manufactory myself, and they are warranted Hrst'dM in every respect. Becond-hand instruments taken in exchange fur nuw. Instruments Rented on the most reasonable terms. CHAS, W, STEWART, General Agent, Maln-st, , over 0. J. Pratt's Store. 37-tf Brattleboro, Vt. Beware ! OF SPURIOUS MACHINES AND WORTHLESS Imitations ! ! The Singer Manufacturing Company's NEW IMPROVED M VI(. MACHINES Have given entire Satisfaction to all wbo have used them, and their sales have been steadily increasing year after year, and in 1878 reached the fabulous number 356,432 ! BEING 73,620 More than in any previous year 1 Buy the old, reliable And waste no money on inferior counter feits. The only Office for the sale of the genuine Singer Sewing Machine IS AT CHS. A. TRIPP & CO.'S , JEWELRY STORE, Main St., Brattlebomo, Vt. I:s Singer Manufacturing Company. COOLEY CREAMER SOLD MEDAL, PA HIS. INTO. , ItUTTKIt made by this prnppss nwnrdeil NWEKPNTAKKN 55SaftSSki!Sfc. Dnlrr Fair, hts. and ann nits i i-itt- MU tl at same ffiFair. 1S79. FlU.vr It- '"" -rfU Knvul Agricultural 1 Exhibition, London, 1879. require no milkrnnm. It raiclf all of cream between milking. It al'i'ordN better ventilation. It roqiiircN leN labor. It iw more thoroughly made. It i cheaper, and gives better sat isfaction than any oilier way ot setting milk. Bl TTEIt MADE BY THIS SYSTKMlS I'N EXOELLKP IX ITS KKEIMNO yfAUTIKS. Send for "Dairyman" giving full particulars. Caution. Tue wonderful success of the Cooley Creamer has driven other milk setting apparatus from the market : and unscrupulous persons are now endeavoring lo reap a part of its benefits bv offering for wile creameries that draw milk from under the cream wlilch in this partlcufcir, Infringes on our patents, i We have already commenced suit, and all parties are cautioned against using such. Vehmoxt FAim MAt'iii.M-: ., Bellows Falls, VU 28-40 BOSTON LEAD 3IFG CO. Manufacturers of PURE WHITE LEAS Star Brand. Rod Lead and Litharge Fstont Tin -lined Pipe, Pore Blook Tin Pipe, Copper and Iron Fnmps, Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead. SAMUEL LITTLE, Pren. WM. J. BRIDE, Treat Office 24 & 26 Oliver-st,, Boston, Mali, LATEST AND MOST COMPLETE. an Please Stop Coaghiag. Some people sav "I have not eot.tlie Consumption." That may be, but if you don't stop that couh the time will ronie wtien you will wish you had. Jf you have weak lungs, a coutrh or consumption in its milU form, or asthma, go at once ami buv a bottle of Dr. German's cough and consumption cure; and if, after taking two thirds ofthe bottle.you receive no benefit please return bottle and get your money, as wesell no mre, no pay. Mothers give il to your children-no morphine or opium. Price 50c and tl. H. C. Willard, Agent. Stop that Toothache. King's Magic Toothache Cure, stops tooiliai-he in 5 minutes or money re funded, l'rice 25 cts. H. C. Willard", Agt. Ladle' Why Saflerr When Pr. Marchim'k t'TirRlUK CATHOuonit will ritively cure Keren! Weakness, raeta u KullitiRof the Womb. Whites. I'hrouic hif.Am Diti.m or rioerl!-in f the Womb, incidental H.'iii'TrhhTC or Ki-Hwlilir. 1'ainful, Su.prwed Rii.1 Irregular Hen-trualinn, Ac(t. An old and reliable remedy. Send poMal card for a pam phlet, with tr atment. cure, and certificate fn.m phviein and patient", tn IKitt AR1H BAL L AIII), I'th a, S. V. ld by all drugi;u II JO per buttle. Wanted. Plierman A Co., Marshall, Mich., want an aireitt in this county at once, at a salary of fi"o per month end erpensea paid, tor fall , particular! fcidreat as above. lvU gill SB TEARS FSE hao proved this to be the Saf Mt. Surest, lteat, for the Family. It Is a Vege table Compound and Sara Core for Hs?' Ironies. A little at nlbt will riva yonr child a Safe and Quiet Keet, yet tbere u no o.r imo.ono Bottle Sold. Fhralclana hav iiroved it; in fact it wae gotten op oy a Regular 1'hrvlcUn. It will not fall yon in that trouble. Croup, eo fatal generally to children. Sold by Dmjr- giiu. c.B.KI'OSJ.i,ortluunpton, Mamioleni HirTnnT combining: a thorouRh course of JIIJji 1 HU1S Instruction witn a atnirmme col lection of standard compositions available for ortraniMs and amateurs. Adopted bv teacher as The pft. 1H paeea. Prlne f 'J , Bus "J un, iSTEY ORGAN CO., Brattleboro. Vt. and tiua nAtmu ai. ON 30 PAYS' TRIAL We will send our Electro-Voltaic Belts and other Electric appliance upon trial for SO days to thone hi fit.' ring from Nervois Hkbimty, Kheuma tism, Paralysis, or any disease of the Liver or KidnevM, and many othfr diseases. A wre mre guaranUfd orno pay. Addreas Vollaic Bki.T Co., Marshall, Mien. i!a-31 AGENTS READ THIST We want an Agent in thia County to whom we will nnv a nalarv of 9100 ner month and expenttel towll our wonderful invention. Hampi.k Frke. Addreas at once SHERMAN a IA., tnaranail, ai icm- e-an. m-si nrtnip We hare the beslaellina- Ten rnt ar DljaJ 1 tide intiie world. One aircnt ordered lim sept IN l Mt ! !U Sept .'I. ' Oct 4, suo Oct , 5l Ot I H. Oct ir, noil Oct SOU Nov I, m Nov S, MO N.it H, H Nov 17, Will Nov son Hcc.S iioo l If, soo Iec 18. soo Dec M. Total. M'O In 9"-' davn. the name acent aold .S83 in two daya. and ay ilfr the bet ncllln arllcle be ever aavr Tip Top prtti'a. Hainple. with terms, 10 cts. VIOKLU MA.V'KO CO, v. Nassau St., N. Y. ttHtem Anf. Profit Per Week, tpv,UU prove It or forfeit free. prove It or forleit f "I. 4 outnt r.. u. Kiur.oi i at tn., 218 Fullou Street, New 1'ork. N.Y. FARMERS $50 100 I'KB Nomh, during Winter and bpring. For full rmrtit'ult.r e.liitf. tJ-30 J.C. McCl KItY A CO., Philadelphia Pa. hop r PLASTER.! For yearn the ne of Hops a an external fmeny lor m rure f nam ha been 11, im mum ul u remember the feel- iiir of relief we ex nnenoed after the appl iintion of the Hop Ha Hup Poultice. My extracting the pain killii'fwnd ftoothitig properties of fresh Hup, and e-.Diturinif these with freh Ralearns cn-t innm. we hare the mtwt mreiiKihenine: and Mini ill ating piaMtT ever Invented KheumaliMn, NetiralKia ea. Back, Pain in the tStde. Huff Joint and Miif-rU. and 1 me new or Korenom In any prt, an upeedily cured by the Hop Pla ler. &ut by mail, and aold by all Druggists for tooenta. CARTEIU Harris a HawleY, 27a Oou'l Affenla, Beaton, Mm, 1 I nag :;Fnl:: lap- I. 5 as is s Hampden Watches. TUB BEST I Sold by TIT. W. FE&HETK, UCSThe true time kept by a fine "Bliss" Chronometer. CLOTHING! Damaged by Water. We are selling all goods damaged by water at the fire in Brooks House, at ruinously K.W PRIICSS! They are not injured for service at all, but must go to make room for New Goods. Be sure and call soon, or you will lose the best opportunity to buy Clothing ever offered in Brattleboro. Just received. A new lot of OVERCOATS, which we are selling very much under price. mm mm GLOTHIR FOE IET, -Z-OTTTXZS 1TX5 BOYS. BIG ASSORTMENT OF CUSTOM CLOTHS TTnderweai at Xjast TTear's Prices. PRICES CANNOT BE BEAT "77" 3H: X T ILT "ST ' S RELIEF MORRIS & .llEUitfl if , Celebrated Safes I , .t..i. ba we wish to call your il tentlon to aome of the Important advautaKe. our Safe, posse, over all othere. and whlcfc ina., them theoheapeat and beat Safes now rna de In placing the bolu and locks on the iualde of the door (as shown in the cut aoovei, wuere "'I' all times easily accesoible, and n be clean.4 and kept in order, and thus pievent them from unexpectedly locking you out. It i orter. Safe, the bolta are placed next the oulslde p ate of iron. Li.. cnvereVl completely by the filling, conae- " , " ill. (1 - nUan Ihum Wllhnilt laniiig out the filling, which isexpennive, beside. loffiig the us of the Safe aeverai i days. filling In our Safes I, between the locks and bolt. As the ..... .x. ...tut.. h .t. f tha rinor. in most we can unlock ourSafes on the combination after they have passed through ft ievere fire, wnlcn saves breaking them open. lid. Our ' Patent Hinof.p Cat" consists of the back plate of the door being hung on hinges, aud fastened by a thumb-screw, wnicn euauiesuuc w have access to the locks and bolu by simply re moving the thumb-screw, t, . . 8d. While other safe-makers se three-wheel locks on their lire-proof safes (reserving the best smallest to the lamest, and for limolicity and durability cannot be excelled. , 4th. All our Safes are ibon-iined insids. In stead of wood-lined as In other safes, which ena bles us to use the greatest amount ot water in oar filling without danger of the Safe's being damp. All corners of the Safe's are secured with angle iron, which, together with the very hard nature of our filling, prevents them from Injury from faUina nr fulHiitr wulln nr tlnihem. Our Safe. have thkek flanges instead of single or double in others, and are made witn ana wunoui in side doors In the great Boston fire our Safe, had the champion record, a. was ruily proved ai uie time, and to these Important improvements do we owe our success and the great popularity our Bales nave ooiainea tnrougnoui uie ojuuhj. After that great fire we published a complete list of our safes exposed, those that failed to preserve their contents, besides those that were successful, and for months challenged our competltoia to follow our examole. which thev woum not uo, . they knew that by so doing they would only assist us In demonstrating to the world the superiority of our Safes, and our claim to the champion rec ord. Although that great Are so conclusively proved the superiority of our safes to resisv in tense heat, we believed, that we could improve them, and we have, therefore, since that time Increased the thickness of the walls, added to the number of the flanges, and strengthened them In various ways, until we now manufacture a Safe better than ever before, and unequalled for Its excellence. It has been our constant aim to make the bust Sake that can be produced, be lieving that, especially In purchasing a safe to keep that which may have cost a lifetime to ac cumulate, the best is decidedly the cheapest. In these dull times It is the custom of many safe ,makers to manufacture several grades of cheap safes, and recommend that which can be sola the cheapest, without reitard to quality, and many a fes are in use now that are painted finely out side, but are worthless to preserve their contents ft om fire. We make but one but class of Safes, which Is the best we know how to produce, bend for descriptive catalogue. House Safes always on Low Prices. band at Morris & Ireland, 64 Sudbury St., Boston. SPEEDY RELIEF Cores It hen mat it mt SPEEDY RELIEF Caret Nnoraia-ia. SPEEDY-RELIEF Cores Kirk Headache. speedTIelief Cleanup the Blood. SPEEDY RELIEF Cares Dlpthetia, speedTIelief Cares Diabetes, speedTIelief Price, 50 Cents PerBnttle. It will arl-re you nnw Uie by cleansing nnd Durilyiuu the blood. 1 1 will re move, the acid from ilix hi nod. n-falfh IM te oi rnlffla aud nenu nihr. and I bus b r striking nt (lie root cure tuediaeaaett. It In an Internal nnd external remedy Thomandi of names can be fiir niMhedyou narelt'r- ence. nend for tbem. fW Ir work Hare and Kl'EF.O V as its name implies tMTIt has been thoronrhly tried and not found want Ina: Every bottle war rnntedtoirlve aatis faction or money re funded. SPEEDY RELIEF COUCH CURE Is the only sure cure for coughs and colds. It will not dry up the cough but remove the cause. Price 50 cts, per bottle. SPEEDY RELIEF SALVE Is a sure cure for plies, chilblaina, cuts, burns, run ning sores of all kluds. Purely Vegetable. Price 25 cts. per Box. IVSold by all druggists and general stores. Geo. C. Goodwin ft Co., BoBton, General Agents. N. E. BEEO fc CO., Proprietors, NEWPORT, N.H. BBSS THEONLYMEDICINE That Acts at tbo Same Time on' THE LIVER, ' THE BOWELS. and the KIDNEYS. Thmw great organs are the rattural clean tv i:m ui uie rsii'ui. 11 inry wont wen. Deaitn will h perfect: if tliry btvome clogged. mi hhii iu mreMci wc sure w wuuw wiui TERRIBLE SUFFERING. Biliousness, Headache, Dynpepsia, Jana dice, Coastlpatioa and Piles, or Kid ney Complaint, Gravel, Diabetes, Sediment la the t rine. Milky or Bopy Urine; or Rheu matic Pains aud Aches, am developed hecattae the blond It pofnoned wnn i no numora iuh buoiuu nave oeea expelled naiuxaily KIDNEY-WORT will restore the healthy action and sit these dciitroir.g evils will 1r banished : neglect them and you w ill live but to gutter. 1 lionsan Ja have been cured. Try tt and yoa will add one more to the number. Take It and liralth wl lloncemore gladden your heart. W b jr suffer longer from the torment Of nn achlnaj back ? Why bear such distress from Con stlpatton and Piles? Why be eo fearful because of dis ordered urine ? KtnxT-WoBT will enre yon. Try a neck" age at once and be satisfied. Ttisa dry tjetibl compound and One Park aire mate lx quarts of Xedlrlne. four PrutftjiH ha tt, or wilt grt tt for you. Tntt po hoping ft. Price, $1.00. K3U2:0'.T k CO., rroprittet, . (tru ml r pafcU BarllnfrtM, V. KNOW THYSELF. 1 UIE untold miseries that result from Indiscretion in earlv life, mav be alleviated and ourert. Those who doubt this assertion should purchase tins new meuieai worn pud lished bv the Pkabody llEDr cal I nstitute, Bostou.eu titled The tciettce oj L.ije; or, seij Preservation, Exhausted vital ii, uervou'a a. iu "physical debility.or vital impair mpnt bv the errors of youth, or too close applica tion to business may be restored aud manhood regained. i wo hundredth edition, revised and enlarged, im published. Jt i a standard medical Wort, tho best in th KiigUth Ja(ruao, written by a physician or grem wiwrienciL to whom as awarueu a jtoiu nuu jisttijicu uieum uy tue nation al Medical Association. It contain beautiful and expensive eiiKravinfffi. Three hundred paKea, more than m valuable prescriptions for all torma 5 nrevallinff dieue. the result of ma nryeani lof, successful practice eithur one of which is worth ten times the price ot tho book. Bound In renebj cloth ; price only l. sent by mail postpaid. The London Lancet say : "No person should be without this valuable book. The author Is noble Ani nitrated sample sent to all on receipt of 6 cents tor postage. The author refers, by permission, to Joa. 8. Fish er, president; W. I. P. Inukaham, vice president; W. Paink. M. D. : C. 8. Gaunt. M. D.: h.J. Dou- cett. M. D. ; R. H. Kline, M. D. ; J. R. Holcomb, M. D.; N. K. Lynch, M. Lk, and M. R. O'Connkll, M. D.. faculty oi the I'hJladeJprua University ol Medicine aud Surgery; also the faculty of the American university oi rnuaaeipma; aiso uon. P. A. Bissell, M. D., president of the National Boeuicai uuiversuy. Address Dr. W. H. PARKER, No. 4 Bullfinch Street. Boston. Mass. The author may be con fPDVQl?f X? HEAL suited on all diseases requiring ly-13 tmtmmuuuuM OLD AND RELIABLE. 1 Saxford's T a a Standard Family Bemedy for aes of tho Liver, Stomach rf Bowels. It ii Purely J vegetable, It never SLtobiiitatea It ia jOathartio and STonio 5TBT . 1 JV2 . n k PTI1 PATE1TTS AND TRADE-MARKS. We procure Letters Patent on Inventions. 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Caveats, Trade Marks, their costs, eto, sent free on request. Address, R. S. & A. P. LACEY, -PATENT ATTORNEYS, No. 604 F Street, Washington, D. C, Nearly Opposite Patent Office. AEEEAE8 OP FAT, B0UKTY & PENSIONS. We have a Bureau in charge of experienced lawyers and clerks, for prosecution of all Sol dier's claims, Pay, Bounty and Pensions. As we charge no fee unless successful, stamps for return postage should be sent us. lS-tf R. 8 & A. P. LACEY. . .c .u Y e.v- Ut"l,iverJ InvieoratorS has been osedX in my practioeS d by the public, mors than 85 yean. with unprecedented results. SEND FOR CIRCULAR. T im .lurnnn ai n let BRo.dw.t i n. onnrunui n.u., niwtohkoiti inTDarcttsTwiu.Tiu.Toi mairt TiTifli. ' ass: $10000 85 Cts ON LIFE & PROPERTY. 10,000 wit) b tMtd t nr prm wt.o .n txrt.nMC A UMP flitl w.Ih 'rwfnr ft. F'artorf u a. a. kcwtok s oapktt lamp co.t HlWAHAMTOW, M. T. AtswMaa, U Wm StutwAf, m. T. PI A WfiQ s,o1' Cver and Book only fi4S to I lAllUU $2. Ok-.ans IS Stop. S Met r.f,ls 2 knee swells stool, book, only 9'.H -Holniay nrwperre. Address Daniel F Beatty, Wash itiKtun, N. J. O MOSTFTfl fotnm,, l1 innnrTenp UnerOlMMON W 1'EOI'LK. Ati A NTH ANTfc.il. hili, Boston, Masa. A Tvar, tl.OO. h. Hastinu, 4 toru-2M8 WANTED AGENTS, $r WM. LL0TD GAR8I90K. Full of Romantic Incidents of Dakk Days or Amekicah Buvibt. By Olives Johwox. Introouction by Johk O. Whittier, One Agent took sixty orders in four davs. The work is now ready nnd sellinr splend idly. Address B. B. Hi well Co.. Publishers, 67 Comhill, Boston, Mass. Esther S. Stewart's Estate. VOTICK Is herebr tjlren to all persons harlnff rlainm arainfit mid Kutate. that I have been appoim?d Administrator UHn sa:d Estate, and request all creditor to preweot their claim for settlement to me at my house in l.uilford. or to A. C. UavEJfporr, my A (rent, at his store in Brat tleboro, wiLnin the next sixty days. D. A. HENRY, Adminirtratot. February 25, ltwu. . ,W 1SS0 It. Il rnnt-JtM fow Rtf-4 -teM, fmrrimjtm. hoot rtm, nd hi amittntfttt. fur um4 (Hiwi.hm far pisarrtny T nrMM M Mtraf M FWI' Sfmmt, mmm WVtk, M k An4 t-r ft. AMirv, P. JL fUI 4 00, Ctrott, Sick. MIS MA, Cathartic Pills Combine the choicest cathartic principles in medicine, in proportions accurately ad justed to secure activity, certainty, and uniformity of effect. They are the result of years of careful stiuly anil practical ex periment, and are the most effectual rem edy yet discovered for diseases caused by derangement of the stomach, liver, and bowels, which require prompt and effectual treatment. Avkk'r Fills are specially applicable to this class of diseases. They act directly on the digestive and assimi lative processes, and restore regular healthy action. Their extensive use by physicians in their practice, and by all civilized nations, is one of the many proofs of their value as a safe, sure, and perfectly reliable purgative medicine. Being compounded of the concentrated virtues of purely vegetable substances, they are positively free from calomel or any injurious properties, and can be admin istered to children with perfect safetr. Avkr's Pills are an effectual cure for Constipation or Costivencss, Indiges tion, Dyspepsia, Iohs of Appetite, Foul Stomach and Hreath, Dizziness Headache, Loss of Memory, Numbness, Illliousness, Jaundice, K hen mat ism, Kruntions nittl Skin Iisea, lmpay. Tumors, Worms Neuralgia, Colic. Gripe. Diarrhoea, Iysentery, iiont. Piles Disorders of the Liver, and all othr diseases resulting from a disordered state of the digestive apparatus. As a Dinner Pill they have no equal While gentle in their action, these Pills are tbe most thorough and searching cathar tic that can le employed, and neve give pain unless the bowels are inMamel, aod then their influence is healing. Tlteyitimu late the appetite and digestive organ, they operate to purifv and enrich the bloqj, anil impart renewed health aud rigor o too whole system. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer 8c Co., Practical mod Analytical C hernias, Lowell, Mass SOLD BY ALU DRUO0ISTS ETEBTWHEax. ROWE Universal Truss COMPANY, 819 Broadway, cor. 12th St., N. Y. Patent Elastic Truss WITHOUT UNDERSTRAPS. Single, $4. Double, fS. ri.t- .m an nra. m an, rrm mrma unwirmi iiuinna . mu num. nnaioa a mvmmx .. H0PBITTEES. A nHMm mmt ortafe,) X!TTAJN. BP!S Blllir. MANDRAKE. IlANDF.I.ION. r Hiwu rriana cunB th. tloaii rti. Du.Ua, Bkm. ti IX ISOLD. 1 A yw dnavi 'o. Bap BitMn taA try iw Be Ootw CTmaj tith. TW Bn. Tab for mma, aba j ( - " Mit, I a wrr in;our m tow rnau4, Maiaw,