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Tho Prlae Next Year. To do lti mil towards agricultural proar. In Ntw Injlinit, and to enoourag our young man to remain on the home farms, the Rsroama will neltearrepuaKheprUol whloU It baa for tiro jaars offewd to armors' dots, unaar M jraars at age: For the beet yield an K aore of oorn, 110 In gold. For the ssooiid beet, For the third beet, For the bust crop of potatoaa on aore, 10 In gold. For the eeooad best, ' For the third beet, Offered oii!t to dots In whoas families tB Rsv poaxua li laken and paid for. Persons who uso nitrate of soda as a fer tilizer, anvs tho American Cultivator, ouzlit to bo careful about the cows. If tbev get to it they will eat it, and if they do death will ensue. In small quantities it is a modicine, in larger doses a poison. Reverted phosphoric acid is that which was once soluble in water, but owing to chemical change has become insoluble in water. Phosphates designated by this term are readily assimilated by crops but do not distribute freely by rain like soluble plios . phoric acid. The French people who dilute their cof fee substitute beet-root for chickory, as it does not require so much sugar and is more agreeable to the taste. An Italian professor has made some very agreeable researches, resulting in the dis covery that vegetable perfumes exercise positively healthful influence on the atmos phere, converting its oxygen into ozone, and thus increasing its oxidizing influence. He recommends the cultivation of flowers in all marshy districts. The National Live Block Journal as serts that hams have a decidedly better fla vor, and the meat retains a more natural color, when nothing but plain salt is used in the curing. If the work of salting is carefully attended to, the hams, when cured with salt alone, will be ready for smoking at from six weeks to two months, accord ing to the size of the bams. Salt-petre has a tendency to harden and redden the meat. It lUMtmibtodly ItaaUttu ih ouriMg piuw ; but it does so at the expense of the flavor. Another thing, boys, must be seen to the old sow must have a good warm nest these cold nights ; and pigs can no more grow if they have a poor bed, and lie awake and shiver all night than a boy can A good warm straw bed or dry leaves will bring them out warm and smiling in the morning when you carry out the warm mess which answers for their toast and coffee. Yes boys, keep the dumb animals which are in your care, as comfortable as you can. It is their due from us, and It pays to do it, besides its being a kindness to them. Dr. Janes of Waterbury has not put shoes on bis horses for two years, driving them winter, summer, spring and fall with bare feet without any trouble. The doctor theory is that nature has provided for the horse ; that a horse can travel over all kinds of roads; that the hoofs will be moist that the frog coming to the ground keeps the hoofs properly spread and free from founder and other diseases. Plants, like animals, differ much in their habits and the different sorts of food which they subsist. The broad-leaved clovers, turnips and mangels abstract from the air a large portion of their growth, while the narrow-leaved grains and grasses partake more largey of mineral food, which they draw from the soil. This fact will explain the great advantage of rotation of crops. For a long time the tendency of the best JCnghsh breeders has been towards the early maturity of beef animals as the most profit able system of feeding. The animals are fed under cover. what strange that though the note of warn ing was sounded so frequently and so long ago, It should not hare excited attention. It is not too late now to adopt precaution, if what is reported be correct. It is high time that the sanitary condition of milk and flesh producing animals was ascertained. At present there is ample scope for froo trade in these diseases and death-dealing articles of food. What with private slaughter-houses and unviaited dairies, thore Is no check whatever. Sanitarian. Tn Black Kkot o Plum Thus. The Now York Bun says: The black warts or knots on plum trees are caused by fungus, and they should be cut away as soon as discovered, and the trees stimulated to make a vigorous growth. A quart or two of salt scattered over the surface of the ground about the tree will be beneficial, and aid in checking tho disease. This we know from our own experience to be the romedy. Cut off and burn the infected branches, and you will save your tree and fruit. Propibly prepared fowl manure may be applied to any crop, field or garden, broad cast or harrowed in, but it is more econom ically used in the hill or drill. The easiest and best way to save it is to gather it up as aften as once a week and mix with about twice its bulk of dry earth. In preparing for use, spread the droppings on a tight floor and make fine by pounding; make moist with soao-suds, urine or other waste wRtnr. In a short time the manure thus treated will become well rooted, and ap plied to beans, corn or potatoes at the rate of a handful in a hill, well mixed in the soil before dropping the seed, will give the crop a good start. Hen manure applied pure is sure to kill the germ of most plants. " Compensation. Itarth plowed tba deepui bean the beet : (irowib com ut uimjou, 1101 01 ruUI From nwaiiam frapaa, in proi-ra fiuur, Tba rlabeat wlae la sharply wrau-, Thaa lal our harrowed, angulahed sail Earicb, and ripened lh.aTt:a unroll ; For lo I eaUuranca nmaus ! Uiae Itaiurlug for eternity. No word, nor took, anr touch, parchaaa., Of mortals oan thy itrengtb enhance, 1 1ll trior 111111 have, hy Uod't tlacraea, 1 he ptuwxhare lelt aud bonis the ahaavM ' It ii not new, thle hart or thine : All htaru hare actied that give the wlnel In time, when itred fiotn mutt rune clear. The love that bruised thee Khali appear. U. 11. Arr. Trying. Llfr, after all, la a kindly affair: Why la It Mupid and not worth the Urine- T Striving and getting won't drive away care 1 TJ gITlllg. Scowling aod growlfag wlil make a man old; jnurjer sun mine ai in. ueai are oegllltlng ; vuii fa us BurpUMiu nn rvjij.ji bus VUia- Try aiailing. Happineaa atnnde like a maid at rear ffnta: Why eltouM you think you will fiud her by ruviug i Never waa greater mlatake than to hate Try loviinr. Winter Fkkdino in thx Dairy. It is important that the dairyman should so feed his cows as to cause them to hold out their milk to the end of the season ; and no dairyman can afford to have a shorter season than three hundred days. Unless he feeds something better than dry corn stalks he cannot expect to prolong the season of lactation through December, and if his herd do not come in till the middle of March, they should not go dry till about the middle of January. If he has provided fodder corn, cut in blossom, bound it in bundles and sot It in larne shocks, so as to remain green and bright, he will find little difficulty in keeping up a fair flow of milk; but this should be fed with good clover hay, or with four or five pounds of wheat middlings per day. If he is obliged to feed ordinary corn stalks and he is provided with a feed cutter, let him cut these stalks into short lengths and mix two quarts of middlings and one quart of corn meal per bushel, after moist ening the cut corn, and then let it lie in mass for about twelve hours and warm up some; this will somewhat soften the woody fibre of the stalks, and render the whole more digestible. The new process linseed meal may be purchased at one cent per pound by the ton, and the dairy man cannot make a better investment than to purchase enough to feed each cow one pound per day. If it is continued all winter, he will find his herd in most satis factory condition in the spring, and will have no trouble with them when they come in. A little oil meal is tho beBt substitute for grass in the winter at least till dairy man shall supply themselves with green ensilage of the various kinds of grasses, preserved in silo, so completely, as to be as sweet and succulent as when cut. This day may arrive in the future, and then winter feeding will be the continuation of the summer ration grass. National Live stock Journal, Chicago. Pressrvid Potatoes. The great draw back in the past in the way of an extended export trade of potatoes from this country has lain in the fact that in ocean voyages the vegetable is susceptible to sweat and rot, and on arrival the losses from this cause are often found to counterbalance the profit. This inconvenience seems to be overcome by the recent invention of a machine for pressing and preserving potatoes in such a manner that they may be dried and kept for a number of years in any climate. It is said that no oxidation or fermentation takes place in the process, and that often the potatoes after they go through the en tire process retain to a great extent their natural taste and original freshness. We understand that shipments of these pota toes made to England recently, more par ticularly those from California, have com manded earnest attention, and that the de mand for them largely exceeds the present mtmlv. It ia claimed that in the operation or curing no chcmlcala are needed, every thing being done by a simple machine, which is capable of preserving six hundred bushels of potatoes in twenty-four hours. The machine not only presses the potatoes, but lays them on a tray in a concave form with the hollow side down. After the pressure they are put into a drying apparatus where they remain for two hours, then they are ground into coarse meal resembling cracked rice. The first shipment of pre served potatoes to Liverpool brought the handsome sum of $160 per ton more than all expense of shipment. Last year about twenty tons were shipped by ODe 8an Francisco merchant which brought forty five English shillings per hundred weight, or nt a rate of 1.50 per bushel for green potatoes. This surely would leave a good margin for cost of preserving and profits. Milk as a Cacse of TcBcaocLors Dia bases. Mr. Fleming, verterinary surgeon to the Royal Engineers, has insisted upon the urgent necessity that exists for prevent ing the consumption of the milk and flesh of diseased cattle. In a paper recently read by him at Norwich, England, be has adduced further proof of the extreme dan ger to the public from this source, and these proofs are certainly startling and worthy of notice. We learn that tubercu losis among cattle is greatly on the increase, and especially in the higher bred stock, some authorities going so far aa to assert that five per centuin are affected. As dairy cows are never inspected as to their Mate of health, as they furnish by far the hum proportion of phthisical bovinea, there can be no doubt as to the gravity of toe ques tion in its relation to human tabereulosia As the pig. an omnivorous creature like man, and bearing, analogy to the lord caf creation in other respects, a moat readily Infected by feeding with milk or tubercle, there is every reason to think that mankind and particularly children, mar be a (ua. aptibw as Uva porcine tribe. It ia eotne- Dibkotions for protecting trees against the codling moth : The moth deposits its eggs in the calyx of the young fruit ; in a few days they hatch, and the worm bur rows into the core of the apple. In about three weeks it attains full size and escapes from tin applo and takes shelter in the scales of the bark of tho trea or other such place. All wormy fruit should tie picked or knocked off, gathered from the ground and disposed of before the worm escapes. Scrape and clean the bark of the trees thor oughly during the early spring, and see that no cocoons are left in the crevices. Place bandages of old cloth, carpet or rags around the trunks ana large orancues oi every tree some time in the month of June to trap the worms; examine these every few days and kill, of course, all worms that are trapped. As a late result of scientific research, the miblic is informed that dangerous poisons are formed within the bodies of dead poul try from which the entrails have not been removed for some time after death, and that human beings may. and, as a matter of fact, have lost their lives in consequence of eatine the flesh of fowls in this condi tion. Common sense has always taught that poultry certainly could not be improved by the presence within it ot a mass ot pti- trifying intestines ; and, now that science has given authority to the lesson, let us hope that all municipalities will follow the lead of the few which nave proniniiea any but cleaned poultry being offered for sale in their midst. No Plaok Like Home. Robert Collyer In a recent lecture said : If preachers ever exhaust the Bible, so that they must find a ' store of texts to preach from, 1 think this is sure to be one of them, "There's no place like home." In the heart of a grain of wheat there is one spot like gold ; it im parts that certain delicate color to ground wheat which we admire so much ; and if you sow it, there lies the germ of all the harvests. What that germ is to the grain home is to the man. When our mother has done with us, and the bread of strangers is the staff of our life, we wonder if any body ever will make things taste as good as those she gave us in olden time. Many parents make sad havoc of their children in their haste to make men of them. Fresh Eoos During Winter. The pro duction of eggs during cold weather is largely under the control of the one who has charge of the fowls. Hens supplied with warm and comfortable quarters and an abundance of suitable food as a rule re ward the owner with a bountiful supply of ejrn-s. In connection with liberal care should be observed the aires of the fowls. Geyeli n and other scientists who have looked into the matter state, and Prof. Milesquof.es the following proportion as applicable to the average of poultry : -"f iret year alter hatching, 15 or 20 eggs; second year, 100 to 120; third year. 120 to 135. and the fourth year after hatching, 100 to 115 eggs, after which time there is a visible decrease, the fifth year being accorded only 60 to 80 eggs. Fowls require a variety of food. Corn fed alone tends to the production of eggs. Wright in his book on poultry places finely ground oats, thoroughly moistened, but not made into a slop, at the head of the list as a standard food for poultry. He fur thermore recommends the mixing of all soft food with boiling water and the feeding of it while it is yet warm. Of the whole grains he gives buckwheat the preference and next to this he advises good sound bar ley. Laying bens should also have a liberal supply in way of fresh vegetables and any irreen obtainable. Scraps of meat chopped tine and mixed with bits of food from th', table are also desirable. The food may be further varied by using wheat screening or middlings and shorts mixed and wet with water. Burnt bones or oys ter shells or bits of pounded lime, mortar and gravel must be regularly furnished. These substances present the occurrence of soft-shelled eggs and are relished by the hens. A box ot dry ashes placed where it is always accessible insure freedom from vermin. To present tne matter in a nut shell, furnish suitable accommodations, oh tain and keep excellent breeds, feed as great a variery or diet as possioie, ana reea as much as they wtll eat a hungry hen will not be a laying hen. In very cold weather and a little cayenne pepper to the morning ration, which, by the way, snouia i e maac neither too wet nor given too hot. Supply plenty of water and observe regularity in feeding and also in gathering the eggs. The Vermont dairymen's association at their annual meeting in St. Albans, elected the following officers: President, E. D. Mason ; vice presidents, W. T. Sprague, C. S. McAlister, E. S. Wood ; secretary, O. 8. Bliss ; treasurer, H. W. Vail. Mr. J. O. Goodhue, Versbire, Vermont, writes to the New England Farmer that his turkeys do an extensive business in de stroying the Colorado potato-beetle, pick ing thoui off the vines and seeming to rel ish tlicm "almost aa much M corn, and this waa the more surprising, as the field was alive with grasshoppers." Mr. J. W. Sanborn, of the New Hamp shire agricultural college, reports this as one result of certain experiment in reed ing cows: "Changing from meal to bran there was a loss of 17.7 per cent in the butter producing capacity of milk ; chang ing from bran to meal there was a gain the butter-producing capacity of milk of 21.8 percent There is an increased production of flag in New England. It ia said four time the usual quantity of flax was raised in the Atlantic state that there has been previ ously. New York also has taken a ntw start in this direction. The Senate of France, by a vote of 254 majority, has passed a bill making the study of agriculture obligatory upon the children in their elementary schools. The turkey was brought to England in the early part of the 16tn century by Win. Strickland, lieutenant to BebsV-tian Cabot. Since that time it ha been acclimatized in most part of the world ; but t' e domestic bird, contrary to toe usual rule has degen erated in aixe, flavor and beauty. Toe flesh of the wild turkey, it may not be known, is more pheasant-like than that of the domestic varieties of tte bird. Sunflower seed 1 highly recommended by fancier as food for poultry, especially as it tends to give a brilliant and glossy ap pearance to the plumage of exhibition birds. It is also excellent for stimulating the pro duction of eggs, and moreover fowl are eery food of it. For covering or screening unsightly spot about the farm buildings the aunfiower ia very nsrfuL and it needs absolutely no care or attention. A new Human variety baa lately been introduced into this country which is remarkable for the size of it flower, specimen of which bav been exhibited ia Philadelphia, meaa arinf sights: lo twenty lacks hi datsatar. Marrying- Money. Miss Kate Chase was young, beautiful, courted, idolized and the brilliant daughter of a powcnul and popular public mau. But she was poor; she wanted to be rich. She married a man who but for his money and position she never would have thought of tor a husband, lie was course hy nature, boorish in manner, and generally unsuited to ber. But he bad a name and was rich Ho was supposed to have a fortune of mil ions ; she did not and could not love him. But she married him, virtually selling her self to him, youth, beauty, proud name all, for his money and as she fondly hoped, for permanent wealth and power. No young man, of her own years, even if were rich in the greater fortunes of heart and ability, was worth the proud beauty attention. She could wed none such. She would marry a rich man for his money. She did. Her name became Spraeue. so- called matrimony making her mistress of his name, fortune and title, and ho master or her. tsue was now, as Washington par lance goes, mrs. senator sprague. Miss Lily Somebody was a c erk in the treasury department at Washington. She was a poor girl, but had a poor girl' pure name and a natural dower of beauty. She lived with her mother, and with her salary as clerk supported her ; it was enough for oom, u tuey aesirea lo Jive comforlab v and not gaudily. But her young life caught so mucn or tue splendor or Washington upper me, tne most or it snoddy and vul gar out sun piazing and brilliant, that he young head was turned by it. Young men comely in maniint sa, honor and promise of usefulness, moving in her own rank, no longer were augnt to ner ; she would mate with none such. She would live on fairer bread, and have a husband who could dress her well and give her p tfition. A decrepid oil man, shaking with palsy, and disgust ing in his weakness even to those of his own age, crossing the girl's path, saw the hunger of her face and saw she was readv to sell hei'Belf, youth, beauty and all, for ijuBiuuu auu money, ne had the former. and pretended to the latter. He reached out his palsied hand, and the over-rine fruit dnipped into it the giddy, beautiful and aniuitious young treasury clerk became Mrs. unriiiiancy. 1 hese two girls, both possessed of vnntli and beauty, and one at least, of hiirh line- BC " seiiius mm grace oi ner own be sides, became the wives of two United States senators. This made thein the wives of officials of great dignity and station omciais standing next in power and rank to tue presiaent of the republic, and rep resenting in the United States the official rank and social power represented bv their graces m England, the dukes. So they were uiguiy married, as the phrase goes. But neither loved the man she married. aud so both were virtually mistresses more than wives. They got all that they bar gained for that is to ssy, got to be sena tors' wives, and bad plenty of money, so long as it lasted. The men got their dainty prizes and, while the novelty lasted, were perfect old fools over them. Then came the re-action on both sides and all sides. The end was inevitable disgust all round, and now two scandals are filling two worlds. Here is a lesson two of th.m indeed for the young woman who is determined to marry for no such sentimental thing as love, but for something substantial in the shape or money. Any sucn nail ncttur study over these cases in which two of her sisters tried the experiment. Then she will not follow their example. Instead she will let her hand follow .lor heart, and unite her lot with some manly, noble young man, who has his fortune to make yet, perhaps, but who, with her love to cheer aud her thrift to aid him, will in the and surely win it. Ten times to one it is the poor lover poor, we mean, only in this world's gear who makes the rich husband and the great man. Any girl, who amounts to anything herself more than a milliner's bill or a doctor's bill, who finds a young man with the right mettle in him, can lead him, by the fairy hand of love, into almost any eminence that she will provided she go happily along in the same pathway with him. The old saying : "I had rather be an old man's darling than a young man's slave," is false through and through. There is no half-way bouse in married life; there can be no happiness in it without love. The girl who thinks gold will bring happiness to a loveless union is simply dis cussing a proposition to sell herself at so much a pound or so much a year. Kate Chase has tried this. Lily Somebody has tried it. What girl wants to follow where they have gone, and end where they are ? The Courtesies of Life. Wm. Wirt's letter to his daughter on "the small, sweet courtesies of life," contains a passuge from which a deal of happiness might be learn ed : "I want to tell you a secret. The way to make yourself pleasing to others is to show tbem that you care for them. The whole world is like the miller of Mansfield who cared for nobody no, not he lie cause nobody cared for him. And the whole world would serve you so if you gave the same cause. Let everyone, there fore, see that you do care for them, by showing tliem wl t Sterne so happily calls the 'small couttesie,' in which there is no parade, whose voice is too still to lease, and which manifest themselves by tender and affectionate looks and little kind acts of attention giving others the preference in every little enjoyment at the table, in the field, walking, sitting or standing." Show Respect fob Women. There is nothing in which young men are so thor oughly mistaken a in the low estimation they form of the integrity of women. Not of tttetr owa mottsc. and sisters, but of other, who,- they forget, are somebody else's mothers and sisters. As a rule, no person who surrenders to thi debasing nanii is to ne entrusted witn an enterprise requiring integrity of character. Plain words should be spoken on tlie subject, for tne evn is a general on. If young men are sometimes thrown into the company of the thoughtless and depraved women, they have no right to measure all women by what they see of these, than they have to estimate the character of honest respectable people by the development of crime in our police courts. Let our young men remem ber that their chief happineas in life de pends on their utter faith in women. No worldly wisdom, no misanthropic philoso phy, no I'-neralization, can weaken this truth ; it stands like the record of itself for it is nothing less than this and should put an everlaating seal upon lips that are wont to speak lightly of women. Lynn TranteripL GREAT BARGAINS A.T THE Combination Clothing Store ? WE HAVS MARKED DOWN PRICES ON Overcoats, Ulsters aad Reefers for the Holi day trade. 3 lines Mon's beavv Winter Suits $6.00 ; 4 lines all wool Suits at $10, (regular sizes, former price $12) which is less than Jobber's prices. A LARGE LlNB""or ES Odd Pants and Vests very cheap. EJttLot Underwear at 65c to close, former price 75c. A SPLENDID LIME OF Silk Ildkfs, Jeck Ties, Bows and Scarfs, Scarf Pins, Cuff and Collar Buttons, for the Christmas trade. GLOVES & MITTENS, HOSIERY. ALLPAOCA A SILK UMBRELLAS TRUNKS, VALISES, AC CHEAP -A-S THE CHEAPEST. BOSTON CASH STORE. STAttKEY k WELLMAN. MA 1 CLARE Is in full blast at his NEW STORE, No. 5 Crosby Block, 1st door south of Cheney fc Clapp'g, whore he can accomodate his customers with HARDWARE, PAINTS & OILS, DOORS, SASH & BLINDS, POCKET KNIYES, SKATES, SLEIGH BELLS, BARJJA A. CLARK. 1. -a 1 Km and Kmlkr. Requirement. We lite hj Fill tli ; but Faith li not th ilnv (X Mxt and Icgtmd. K&Hoiri tIoou and Ood'i ttiurt;'i and Unty'i. n.-Ter are at odd.. Whfti a tit our Kmaor of IiIm olnldrou ura Ju-tie and morcy an -J Humility, A reiihoimble aarv.ee or good dfeda, Puro 1 it hue, tmi(rn,a lo bumau ueeria, Htvroi.ct and fast, and pray Mr tot hunt tome Tim M.jter' footpilnu in our daily ways? Nu knotted mooiii'km n t -.aortii'.ial km ft, Rut uie calm beaucv of au ordra,. Hie Wlioft; vtry breHtliliiff in unword?d j.raic A life that Htaudn. as an true livei hava ktood, faal roold la ibu faltb (hat Uwd la foodT Help. Prram not, O loul ! that aiuy !. the tank 'I lni M-t before thee. I f it prove-,, at lenKth, At Wtfii it may, beyond thy natural umiKth, Puuht not, dt-hpair not. A atUilj may tut A falhor, pray the KverlaMhig (J.iorl For lif til and guidance 'midil too mi bile auarcs Oi efn, thicK-plauLed In liie'a thoroughfare, Ktr-iiritual nerve and mo ml hardihood. Hill, listening 'uii'lHt thw uuisei round aiiQut Of i line and no me, the lutvardnpe.ikiutf word, HitUriu biaiutj, hweet In unpr.vai lioAni, FH-roiim the tumult of tli world without: 'lo In alt h ot i-oul a voitit) to chuer and pitiato, To guilt the wrath of the BuoH'iiidi I Utterance. Rut wtant avail Inadequate wordn to touch Tiic Innermost of Truth? huii 1 e.srniv, lllimfeu Kiid wf-ak, io ut nt mid I ad ibe way, Or grar-p a theme for biikHh overmnc'i t Y et 1 it he that loinethiim not nv own. Some shadow of lhu Thong-nt to which our none tue And creeia and ritual are uucertain dreams, In eves to my unworlliiue made know.., I may uot hide wtiat et I i-citreolt dre To uur, lenon doubtful hps of mine Tne real nem faint1, the fitnej-s lew divlue. So through the uuietoiau inward pravar, J own the faith which neetni the liiupie truth At erening tim , aa in the dawn of youth. John Greenraj Whitttr. W hen ttir imze Turns oa thine own aoul ; he nioat aevere ; Jiut, wln u it fallBUpon a felluw-mao Let klndue-H then control It: and refrain From that belittling coimure that apnuns forth From cowmen Upi like weed from marnhy noil. a ia nnctier. Pearls of 1 bought. still mm. Reduction of Priis: ! I AT fro. 1 Granite Block. DUNKLEE & FAT, risK S BLOCK, DEALERS IM AND IITE NEW HOME IS OUR FAVORITE FOR IT IS ALWAYS READY BUT WE KEPI1 DIKFKKENT KINDS TO SUIT IMKFJ'HENT MINDS. Call and see for yourself and take your choice. Wa alao have Haohinea to Rent. We also have the PATENT STAR THKADLK to aa; oiacbiue. DUNKLEE FAT. Grand Annual Clos ing Out Sale Of my tire stock of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mats, Rugs, &c, at an im portant reduction of prices, previ ous to stock taking. Special and unpurallelled BARGAINS, will be offered during this Sale in Dress Goods. Black Silks, Brocade Silks, Satin de Lyons, and Velvets, Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks, Dolmans, Shawls, Felt Skirts, Ladies', Gent's and Children s Underflannels, Hosiery and Gloves, Corsets, Knit Goods, Flannels, Jilankotn, Linen Goods and Carpets. Sin ha a ereat many tools , but a lie ia the handle that tits thuui all. DifScultica are the stones out of which all God's houses are built. F. W. Fbcr. Trust a man to be good and true, and if he it not, your truat will tend to make him such. ilax ilullcr. Supposing all the great points of atheism were formed into a kind of creed, I would fain ask whether it would not require an infinitely greater measure of faith than any set articles which they so violently oppose. Addison. Nothing is ever done so as to really please our Great Father, unless we would also have done it though we had had no Father to know of it. John Huakin It is a great misfortune to have a fretful disposition. It takes the fragrance out of one's life, and leaves only weeds, where a cheerful disposition would cause flowers to bloom. The halnt of fretting is one that grows rapidly unless it he sternly repressed and the best way to overcome it is to try nl ways to look on the cheerful siilu of things. Talk of science as being irreligious, atheistic I Science i creating a new idea of God. It is due to science that we have any conception at all of a living God. If we do not become atheists one of these days under the maddening effect of Prot estantism, it will bejdue to science, because it ia disabusing us of hideous illusions that tease and embarrass us, and pulling us in the way ot knowing how to reason ahout the things we see. (J. IS. troUiwgn im. Do not suffer yourself to be hurried away by the impetuosity of your passions, but in all your pursuits have a regard to Justice, and in all your speculation let truth be your aim. Whatever is agreeable and consonant to thy system, O Universe, is so to me. Nothing is either premature or too late, in my apprehension of things, which is seasonable to nature and conducive to the good of the whole. Marcus Aurelius. It is not for him who accepts the spirit ual interpretation ef life and nature to af firm or fear any real antagonism between the world within u and the world without. . The work of nature displayed in all these forms of being is not merely anal ogous to the divine word ; the work of na ture i the divine word. Ur. a. 11. taa- ptn. The reason why the men of the world think so little of Christ is, they do not look ut him. Their backs being toward the sun, they can floe only their own shadows, and are, therefore, wholly taken up with theui- atilves, wniie tne true disciple, looking on II 'lAil nil B-'a u ,1 v. fi I W II! CANTERBURY SHAKERS' I3LOOD-PUKIFYING SARSAPARILLA. Preacrlbrrt hf I'hv.l, ini, nit llrilir. glala for nonrly Fifljr lian, THK8IUKl:rfl'SAKSAI'ARIU.A la Inst what It pnrpo:ia m uo. U,ti fmAj, ,v. li. 1 havoloni; prescribed It, mill tnink' it a most valuable nieill clne. Jirmiah Make, M. J) , Wlmantim, A'. 11 Have know ii it for nearly half a iwntury. Our eoufldouoo in It ll lu no way impaired. Carllim i Iluvrn. lyninQMt. Lnwell. I spirit wilh cnOdenoe of ll, having privcrilieil It for U-hteen years. & Sf. Wmmor, Jf. I)., Voncjjtoicii, A. 11. (live mc the ! bakers' Sursaparilln lu preference to all oth ers. C. A. Oiuftn. He. M. V., Jiaaiuu. I have the most unbounded uouUdcnuc in Us beaUuuand ren ovating properties.- M m R Prttton, DrugiM, Portsmouth. A' It. I consider It the bent prepara tion made. A. Jl. Wiibo. , bruggut. l o on. Do not fail to miik-ii a trial of tills great Blood Purifier, Appetiser, and Tonic, the first an 1 best of all medicines called SarsapnnlU, which is pra pared from Si'leetjd Hhakkk Hoots, Hkkbs, an l Behkiks by ihe Cantkiibdi.y society of hiiaic. Eitn, aud Is beyond all eomparhoa the purest, safest aud mint effective family m dicine la the world. Ask for rohBRTT'BBHAKP.ns' MAnSAFlRIL- la. The genuine Is signed by Tiiohas ('okkett, Its inveutor, and sold by druists generally. SlUEDK Vll.LAGB, N. H., Jan. 1. !. TWEnciosp Stamp for shaker Manual. NJ HOP BITTERS. (A Medlclua, not Prink.) OOKTAIXt DOPS, nrjCIICi MANDRAKE, DANDELION. Abtjths Pttrebt akt Brst ManrOAt. Qvajj. tiks or ill otiibb Jlirraaa. THEY CUll 12 All PlfteiixMof th Stomach, Doweli, Blood, Liver, KliiiU'yi, ttid UrlntiryUrirani, Nor vouiueM, Siren icsincPfl and tupeclftUj ruiuttiti ivUii'i'iBiub) 8IOOO IN COLD. Wtll he pfitfl for a cane they will not core or i i Auk your drupRlit for Hop Blttf n tnil try Uiuiu before you ilucp. Take uo oilier. D T. C is aa absolute and trrft.lBtlblflrt.rfl for DruntteuiicAi, use of opium, lobtuxo od ii arco ucj. i 6ikd poa CmmruB. All bn Hirp Hitter Mf. Co. uiual lifs mmn ccmn, m-jtaw YORK. S. WIXSTON, PKES1DBKT Aaaclta Over II0, 000,000. The company, whose asset's are larger, surplus greater, premium lower, and dividends higher In. proportion than those of any other. aju Kates IS per cent cheaper than any other. SHERMAN & JENNE, - AGEN fS, BRATTLE BORO, VI. KOOn ASSORTMENT OF oys' Slits and Overcoats ! CUEA1. AT WINal.OW'S f Townshend. Heat aaaortment at CPH NKT & ( LAPP'I TITS I DR. lSCrLI,E8 Llbri 1U.ULU1, ENG- Iv imwaril. aeea nolhinu hut bin Huviour Together with my entire stock of and learn to forget Uimaelf. Payeun. I he bird of wisdom flies low and seeks her food under hedges; the eagle himself would he starved if he always soared aloft aud against the sun. The sweetest fruit grows near the ground. W. S. Lamior. The slightest sorrow for sin is sulllcient. if it produce amendment ; the greatest is insutticieut, a it do not. Voiton. Beauty, God' handwriting. Uosea Baltou. Fame, the perfume of heroic deeds. Ladies', Gent's and Children's Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Collars and Cuffs, Laces, Fringes, Ribbons, Dress Trimmings, Fancy Goods and No tions. Also,- an elegant stock of New UN FERMENTED THERE la no greeter iiL iUU-l'UrtiFrirta and Life-Givino Princii: b la tae world of medicine than MALT lil 'I EKH. prepared by tlie MALT BlTTEltfl COMPANY from Uitfermented Mwt hnu Hopt. It ia a I'erfeet Keno valor of feeble arvl ex hausted constitutions. It unrlchcH the bluol, solldifleH the bo at-8, liarilens the muselHg, quiets the nerves, periVctfl diRt-stion. chefirs the mind, and vitalizes with new life every tliild of the ho ly, it Is so, be oHi ie it strikes at the root of all dt bili ty KNFEKHLhD piuKNTION and IMPOVKK 18UEU BLOOD. KoM e verywhere. MALT AND HOPS, few 1 t0" MRS. L.YDIA E. PINXHAM, DISCOVERER OF LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VESETAELE COMPOUND. The Positive Cure Tor all Female Complaints. Tuts micpAitATioM rkstorm th blood to its Hatchal conditio m, dirbcts thi vital poweb AKianT, HTItKNOTtUENa TUB MUiOLBR OT THI U TUBUS 1KB lTH IT INTO PLAUB, AND GlVKfl IT TONW AND tTRajBroTif, no that TirM onns 18 rculiraJ Biidoua, tire It ntrenuitieufl tub back and pblvio bk- OlON; IT OIVBI TONB TO TUB WQUL1 NMDVOUfi BTB tkmj it Ravi-onus distlaoko ouoi.ni to Tint ib XATTTHAIt POSITION. Til AT 1"IIUK9 OT BEABTNO WVN, CAUSING PATH, WETOIIT ANtl BAOKACiiK, U ALWATi rBRMAK&KTLr OCHID BT IT Uftl. It will, at all time and tinder all clrrani taneea, net In barmoDT wiili lUe Uwi time govern the female Hjatem. Fop thecnreorKiriuey ('ofitplnlntft of either ex thin Compound is nnsui pawied. I-ydia G. l'iukham'a Vegetable Compound lsyrepared attheproprietoreiaijortttory. 9o, fi-'fJJ Western Avenne. Lvnn. Hnu. Price. SI. Six Boit'ss to ona address. S5. ATra. Plukham freely answers lUt?tterrio(laaalry. No family ebouldbe wlthoQtL7diHK. 'pltikhm' LIVER PlL.Lt. They cure Oonatinatlou, Bilious- Vitalize! and Enrlchea the Blood Tone Bp the System. Makes the Weak Strong, Dutlda up the Broken down Invigorates the Brain, and - CURES Dyspepsia, Nervous Affections, Gen eral Debility, Neuralgia, Fever and Ague, Paralysis, Chronic Diarrhoea, Boils, Dropsy, Humors, Female Com plaints, Liver Com plaint, Eemittent Fever, and ALL DISEASES ORIGINATING IN A BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD, OR ACCOMPANIED BY DEBILITY OR A LOW STATE OF THE SYSTEM. PERUVIAN SYRUP Suppliea the blood with in Vital Principle, or I.lfa Element, IUO.N, mfuiin( Strength, Viiror and New Lif into all parts of the ayttem. UMNO FREE FROM ALCOHOL, iu energy ina: elfects are not followed by corraspandiag rac tion, but are permanent. SETH W. FOWLE ft SONS, Proprietors, 8 Harrison Avenue, Bolton. Sold by all Druggists. ;m w - ru n vj w i KOT Sovereign CnrelnallformaorNervonal Debility. Itroken Dona ConatltuH tion. Vertigo, Heart Affections, nervous I lyspepsia, eaknefaoi i ne rviurii'yB, uiouuci .in Urinary Orpana, ImrMitcncy, flarrenneps. Female Wnaknoa. Srrp.finir l.nnnea from tlie sialesUi ana siesuirinp r uu v igur auu auu. rSoldbyallDrnfgirts. Slpeirbnttla-SiibottleatS. SiBd to Chanson 4 lUrvick, Hjrtfcrl, tt., or Orcein. r-jy np 1 r. srOTT'H Liver. Kidney, and Rheu- ImaticPIASTEtt. Heat in the World. Price i'o crnra. amist; J PULMONARY f;t iixml j Coughs, Colds, Cronp, Asthma, j (( And other Lung Affections. J NOTICE. rpHK NON-RKHIDENT PROPRIETORS OF A. Uie town of liruiUeborn, hi the County of indliHiu, hth hereby untitled that the taxea an neHso'l I') iJiHSrtid town wilh In the year 1878, alfo tdo rttate tux HsrifMnwl iy the atnte of Vermont fr thu MHino yohr and also thp Htate Knhool tax asHer-KBO in the Hume yittir, remain in whole un paid on the following described lund In the xald town of Brat ilettoro to wit: It being tho isame land and iireminen whereon Htirau ii. Chouie and Alfred L.Clark now reside, and titutaed on the North nido of ;ren rttreet in the Khm Village of said BiHUleboro, and hi.nn led mm follow: J-'uutii hy paid lirten .Street, l'.at t.y lamia of J M Clark, North by hindrt of ihr- fstatw of Kllen K. Hull on the'WeKt hy land of Harah . Hnr anil hoitiK thp Name, land and premtHi-s ooiiveved to (Ht'i-K H. li.-erl (. Mn(iml nno Kp.il lf'a gwnd oy thrlr d(!H I daled March Villi inv.i' whieh in rfiriutled in ihe land reeonJa of m town of Kraiih-boro, on tho taiih wko in the 2Sih vol ume and now owned hy Charles N. Davenport and J li. Kddy, and po much oi naid land will be sold at pupiic aneiion at the dwelling hou on ttnl'l laud in said village of Braitleboro op tho 'ititti day of February, A. D. IsmI, at ten o'uh'f.ri in the lorenooii, as Mm 11 le rtquifite to ilim h irge .siud laxL-a wilh conu, unluw previouis ly paid. !aied at Bratllohorn, In paid County of Wind ham, thin HKh dav ol Jauuarv, A. J. IhHI, A. sTAKKKY, Firat instable and Collector. NOTICE. rpHR X ihe NONPE-i.DF.NT PROPRIKTOKH OK he town of Brattlfhnto. in the Countr of iiiuiuuu, are nereoy uonueu imu tue taxes aa HfSHcd by tho Hid town within the year 1879. iiIho the Htate tax aswaned by the State of Ver mont for the name year, also the Htate .-chool lax wit tun lite name yetir ; alno the district achool tax aKK'HH'.!d I) aehool district No I in Haul town of lti Mtllehoru, ulso the tux aasetwd by the Village of Hiattlelwro in ha id town ui Itrattiehoro, for the Name year, r mam in whole unpaid on the follow ing deKunbcd land in the aatd town of Htattleboro, to t: It hemg the same land and premise whereon Surah Choate and Alfred h Clark now reside and Hitnuted on the North side of dreen street in the K.tft Village of Braltluh ro, and hounded aa fol low: t-outh byfireen Mreet, K:iftt by laud of J.M. t'iark, North by landn of the Ksta'.e of JKIleu K. flail, on the West by lauda of Warah (i. Burpee, and being the wmie land and premiaea coiiveved ti-Clark ll. Reed hy Marshall aud hmily Ilnpgood by their deed dat. d March '24th, 1873, winch i re corded in the land records of aald town of Brattle ooro. on page 1H4 volume UK, and now ownd by Charlea N. Davenport aud Jonat han U Kddy, and so much of said laud will be aold at public auction at the dwelling houne on ttaiti uml m aaid ViUagu of Kiattleboro, on the Sth day of February, A. l. lhSl, at. ten o'clock in the forenoon, ua aliall bo rt-qultiite to tltacliargo fiaW taxes wild -costs unless previously paid. Dated at Hraltleboro, In aaid Comity, this liith day of January, A, li. 1HSI. flwuil C. II. STEVKNS, Collector. t O.n.TIISSIOEItS NOTICE. Estate of Albert A. Miner. Tlie undersigned, having been appointed by the Hon. Probate Couit tor the DUtnetof .Marlboro CoinminMnmerK, to receive' exam me and adjust all riaimn aud dt'iuaudn of all persona against, the EsUte of ALBKKT A ftHNRK, late of Biattlehoro. iu .-.aid Dt. -strict, ueeeafrd. aud all claims exhibited In offset thereto, hereby give notice that wo will meet fur tne purpose afi.reaaid, at the oUlue of SKI'H N. HKRH K, on the twenty-find, day of February, andjtenth dtj of June next, from one o'clock uutil ftjur o'clock P. it , oil each of aaid das. and that six mouth a from the third day of -lunu-iry, a. 1. ltWl, in the tune limited by Raid Court for Haul creditors to present their claims to us Tor examination Hud allowance. J.aied at Bruttleboro, this 7th day of January, !. . MORHIM fl. W. F. 110WK, f Commspsionei-s. TAI K of VERMONT, Marlboro 88 Hy the O Probate Court for taid District. i'o all person interested in the Estate of RANKL, RARRETT, Hte of BratUeboro, Ueceaaed, tVrtrt- Vhereas,FUKnERIf E FOR'.l'PH, has present ed to this court ai Instrument purporting to be the hint Will of said deceased, for probate: You are hereby notified tlist tliim ourt will decide upon tue Prob- t.' of tfuni instrument at the sen Ion thereof to b" held at th! pmb.it s odlee in Biattle horo in 8A,d Disil'iel, on Ur. last Knturday of Jau uory, A. 1). Iks', wii'.-n and where you may hji pear and content the same, if you see cause. il E. SV. STODDARD, Register TliTUHBUKO KA11.KUA1I. t;a unit nfler Moil lav, Sow :h, ls.-rt, traiua will run aa Iol;o.vs : I.KAVK NORTH ADAMS For stiell.iiritt! Falls. !reiMifl'M, Millers' FallK, Alhnt, (Irango, l.aMvinv.;le, Ganliitr, Filclt- tu.K. Aver .limcLioii A lioiun, (i:&tj. 9:6U aul 10.l. A. u., ami 4:7 r M. BETCRNI.NO yon NORTH AI)AM LEAVE Boston e:ao, 8;: ham; -: 3:Ihi, ti:0o r M. Aver Junction, :. 11:31 a. M ; 3:21, a.m. 7:19 r. u. fitc-iihiiiif f.m a. u;, a: 'i, 4:3-, mon p. m. lianlner .", I0::i a a,; 1:30, 5: 5:33 r a. n.il'iwinville :3;; lo.a? a. m.; uiu.'aia, s:;s V M. ullml 10:d.i, 1 1:01 a. m ; 5;2, ."':50, 9:11, p m. Orange i:4, 11: A. sf.: .Mil, 6:57, :lu p M. MilleiH' FullH lo:40. U;29 a si.; 6:45 6:i, p. M. Ui minrlPliI 11: 5, 11:18 a. M ; fl 1 ', 6:4o, 10:nl p. at Mliellmrne Falls, 11; a. m.; U:lb, li:3S, 7:1)3, ll:. AnitlTE Nortli Ailama 12:50, 1:12, 7:30, 8, 11:15 P. M. TFHNEHS FALLS UKaNCU TKaINS. Leflvr-Greenflelil for Turners Falla 6:40, S:45 a .; 1-:00 M ; 3:4' 7; 5 p. M. Holurmiiff leave HelUiwa Falla for Oreeufleld 9:(jt lo:40 a. if.; ttfcv 6:4uant 7-39 p. sf. .Srop Eaat of Ware Kiver K. R. Crossing, but not at tlie aiatiou. JOHN ADAMS, Ocn l Snp't. E. K. Tt'HSKR, Aas't uit- Clerevmen and public speaker, will Ind White' f Elixir valuable to alias- b-ritations of Throat, Cheat, and Lung. For aale by all dealer, in medicine. n.BB, and Torpidity of tlia liver. 26 eta. per box. Hamburg Edgings and Inserlings, Soeratet. Here i a paragraph from the Comrrega- CEO. C. GOODWIH ft CO., Boston, General Aoenla NeW EnfTlHTlCl A irotlPV Hold bDniirolu a J at unjirccedented low prices. I would also call special attention to our 25c. COUNTER, tionalist which we wish every Christian man would read, and then we know some will blush for shame : "A smiitly-toiiKiird disciple is more the Devil s follower than (Jurist s." Of all abominable, things is man who claims to be a Christian Koinir round 10111111! imultv obscene stones, and It speaks for itself, when you see the yet some do it. 4)110 thine wanted in these times Is a keen realization of the difference between Sunday religion and daily religion and conduct accordingly. Ihe difference great. Sunday religion is a best dress ; daily religion is a working suit. Siindiiv religion is put on : daily religion is an out growth. Sunday religion is a fashionable form: daily religion is a real necessity. Sunday religion is a compromise with con science; daily religion is hunger of the heart. A true religious life is not a matter of great occasional performances, but of incessant little Tightnesses. or THR JAMIE'S TANITE COMPANY, goods we offer at that price. EarlyTind frequent calls of inspec tion solicited. No trouble to show goods. O. J. PRATT. Brittleboro, January, 1R81. PEarliNE 21 Doane St., Boston, 3Ias, Emery Wheels, Saw Glimmer. mid General Grlndiiiff In- eliiner. Catalogue! sod PiiM Liftti ftirntshM (n uppn, Farm for Sale. Known as tlie Wilder Fairman place locatfd lu Vernon one quarter mile helow tho ilenot on trie direct romi from Lraitleboro to South Vernou, onenf the heat farnm in the Connecticut Valley. ( oiiui-jts of 50 aien mutiiliiy divi ied ifiiu uivwing, " i"iuiii.s, nai auiiii ji uicuaruui 'trt'ca HiiilitniKi itre nearly new. in 11 rat class repair with ainte covered roofs; hag a fine waier priv.lKe Ut hiue, barn ami dairy. Farm has fci-pt h ueatl of gMck for th lum three wiatera. Knr further uarneulan innuir! nf MH'lHRt. fiAKKii, oil the farm tu TWO EAEE CHANCES. I WANT to let a farm of five hnndred acres lUlifax, for three or five years to some eiuer pnsiutf man who understandu sheep lannuij? and eitockiai-iiJK. To the riiflit man, I can Hhow oener cnaiiL-e nr a roriutie. tttun can he found iu Krinsas nr Colorado. I ilou't propose to give thin chance to any lnzy, shiftless or drunken coot. Tt'a a wnn wnn active Drama and willing hands, that t am after. Angler busings chance, la th Pheldon vm and Maehihery, with dweiiitur house in Headhoro. 1 win jet that pmpertj or sell it. A jtkm1 stand for chair sio.:k, or any other hard wood buaiuean. Kiattleboro, Jan. 2, . BbV:twj8 C1IAS. N. DAVANPORT. like the many a-ca!led pre pa ration forth dls iier which only relieve while used lit the patient. i;i(KH I'KKMANK.N'l I.Y! and has been endoraed thm rennect for the pant 20 yearn by the leading uicbcal authoritiea in Kurope. NO cHAKUfi made to give it a fair test, aa Hit, LASCEl.LKS an- dertakei to send each suffering applicant a KKKK package on thir inrwaroing name and I'ost umce i-luri'M iu in eniie f.n-Ht iui ino iy. n. aiiu i.iuV- la, Meaira. HiAMJt'M A CO., No. 4 Cadar tit.. New Vrk. Thii plaster n abso- I lately the beat aver SCIENCE WINS! rMtal Heal ai m4ih Hec-arrry. Hr3TC4t OrMatTTo. Tta opcrartnn of itth' Umy (r?m'(ii of aton from hi di?ti. on of Ihe mna atvre ao! critical orrafinDa known to the actrnc? of sn'-irt-ry, waa ttaecMf oily parf'ririM oa loaiay upon Mr. Henry H Htm, a merchant of hia citT, bT IJT. Iraviii KfDOpy ver) frlenri of the ptiat vitoeta d ih- operation Mr. Pt has anfferM aeera! Tears from tM dif ftcnjty, bat it waa oniy a wVk r-frfe the npf tto that h w made awareof tba ral caaae of hit fvtmp'aint. RrrciTtpT. Mr. Fetiry H. Plrta ha rewerM fro the efferta incident to tb orrm: Km t, elir "f th won1 hin erBipietet on the iib H: rneri kea m a fwd bOrr its' it tix heo t' wnd (s prfeo,y fre f-ot ah Thos u?'natnai') o c4rrtr;arir of theiMr-f wf h?ch he ,irrt. Had tM aa4 nrVvr ca oaed Ir K'iDMy -Favorite Km in th eant iu mt the rmnp ant thf fTTma'ra of man wonH ha hn p'etrvi 'Fav'Prii Rete-1 a ao nrfla lh h mm Cwii Ntinrin' the howe-a. a- i thoa d.a a4 wntii'awi perv ar to remae Thia fftsl nadtein m tw far pti by ail emr rrc HOP ,Y A J T7"T3 niaite, ombining the Mdr.j a u jlsW 'inni'Boi jreflii huui th ouuiH, JlailMitii, and Kxtraru. Its oowar ia onderfol id curing disease where other ulaaters aipiy relieve, t rick id the Back and Ne k. Pain i tne nide and Limits, SUfT JoiuH and Muacjea. Kidney 1rouiil"t Kh-uin,iiiin, aNeuralgia, Hore Chest, Affections of the Heart and i.iver, aud all Pain mni Aoh in any part cured instantly bytaa Hop Placer. Try U Price, tt canta, and aold by aii druKKiiUs. Mailed b? CAR I KK, UARRIS, t HAWLKT. 0ml 0 boatoB, Masa. VALENTINES! AT CHENEY 4 CI.APP'S. THE UDERIG,ED Ilannf uken possession of the atore formerly PI.AVMf PLATS X PI.AISt PLA1A! For Realm ciabs, for A mat ear Theatricals, Temperance - lays, Drswing-Hootn Plata, Fairy Pla, Ethiopian Plays Urn. e Books, ttpeakenl Paul-trot toes, lableaux Lights, Magnesium Lights Colored hire, nurnt Cork, Theatrical Face Prepa rations, Jarley s Wax Works, W gs, Beards and Uousutches at redoes, prices Costumes, Hcenes, Charates. New catalogue sent frt ctntainiog full description snd prtcea. Hahubl Irbich SoM, iv K. Uth btreet. New York. Riwii MILK NOTICE. . The irtbscritxr having a lunre tu-rk of the best Jersey Cws that cn te found in Windhsm C .unty, aad rn therefor? furninh the hat milk that input upon the me'ket, will nujply all r-spon-ltde cutf.m-r f'-rtheold price of h rents perq'iarL Mum Milk frura the fooley Creamer hTti g all the keep ng qnaiittes of nw rol.i an1tHuttaErmuk, deitvered atcent parqnart. I wrtl also deliver muk to any cuu.mer morn tug or tening, or botii, aa they prefer. 1. C 5KWTOK. NOTICE. "ftW WEAR, m wife UZZTR K RnMFR. has left me without any Just rinse ; this is lo notify all persons that they must not tmt her oa Bit account as I hal psy do debu of her con tracting since leanng me, J. H. ROSSJER. Ka Chester January 6ta. issi. (v A.J. We Health is Wealth ! I. RC.ar-NF-riCT.BanTrTrT. a Sfx-iflv for HTMrna, P.rz.n. naruismna NM-smia H-a-1.',h. Mental lprrfcamn. ot sfenK.rs, fw-rmatorThsfa. impolTirT, Inroion'ar, F.m.as'ona. Premature oil Ag.. r.u,i f,w or.f ariion, alf-ahn., or orfi-in-lti srhtrh la-la so rauMTT, de-s anrt opalh. one Ma arVi faf mnt caw K.rb tx coniaina ob nvith . r-aroent. tnt rto' .ar a h"X. or aii hos- g-ff'.a-a: arm br mil prrpa,.! o Trcnp at n-ir faaranTr .)i h"i loiif iniraw !a -a a or l'T rr.id hj a for an h..i-. rrons. w;tt flreovi.'ar.. irr w.ll a--n 11. onrrh.i. lrea.mnt d'ra not rffn a rar. for B-,ni,hrro, vt. J.iHNCtUcfl L. atSTTSI DnoMTTIISIWtlU ..li p. 14. L . " - - , - kmim sra. aU TIOO'T If in The exact truth aeeina to be that revival", considered a working system bj which to multiply conversions and recruit the churches, are more and more distrusted. It is aa ii nature should auddenly start up to do by enforced operation and violent methods what he has been appointed to do through tlia regular processes of the seasons. There must be thousands and thousands of people who dread these ix-ri- omc excitements, as tncre are certainly thousands more who remeiulier them wilh Urnl,l snv to the Citizens of of revulsion. It may seem un)rra- j I cious to criticise any method through which T...i..K onrl vipinitv that penp'e.become Chrislians, but the (Episco- piUfja'JUUi" j pB) cnurcti, at leaat, prefera a luelhod j . t .n wlucu siaiuis io reason and nature, and We Can te IOuna at to which build people up in Christian charac- , ter It those orderly processes which are Main St., SIX days each Week, attended with no revulsion and dread, save I Hie UnaU " OUU Its UIBOSIIUUS fAdlAC- I (extraordinary days excepted; qnenccs. The ihunhmtn. Fmisck SxiKiNa. As matters are go ing, society neenia to be shaping itself into an organization for generating the greatest rKiasihle amount of pleasure. The com monest figure to-day I fear he is almost tO take in exchange typiovl i the young man demanding, as lirsi iu an ifiiiuc-iisiiiri9, tiiakh uc sunn ue I amused ; amused he must be at whatever coat, and 11 society and education and church are not shapei) to that end he will have nought to do wilh them. Meanwhile church aud college and social life hasten to comply, suggraling that the main business of each i to keep lap a "show.". One wishes, wilh Douglas Jerrold "that the world would get timl of this eternal guffaw." Let me aav to the voung man who reads these pages, that while the many are mus anal themaelw. few earnest one turn aside and seize the pritas of life. I would have you of thi number ; I would persuade vou to extricate voorselt from the giggling crowil, aud hold that life may be worth liviug even if it de not provide you with a atuuniug amoavutent evenr twentr-fmir thmra. 1 would nave vou stnntg and clear- httted enough to eater the pnHeM of vosir example aainat the toaidooua, eaiavculat ing idea s prevalent that th nia oi'jwt a lite is "to have a gvt time. I would nava you rem'iae that a aoul sxvldea with ph aaure i the ulterlv kat and dettrad ed aul rtusl caa be. bea p-emsxire rules ths life. miraV aeuaiiulny, be.'ih shriv-l aud waaie, tilt at laM, and BOt tardi'v, so oa earth or la heaves can tnv the ora-oul tvessTt to raasjxvsa. riawaaVr T. tfcsyKr, THE GREAT INVENTION fob WASEnra aud ciAirsiua la hard or soft water, TVITHOCT SOAPv and without danger to the finest fabric. SATES TIME and LA BO It AMAZINGLY, and is rapidly coming into general use. Sold by all Grocers; but beware of Tile counterfeit a. lu great Success brings out dangerous I ml tac tions, but PEARLINE is the only safe irticia Always btars the name of James Fjle, New York PV5 VV r S . Sorest, Beat. LSK ? UFamil7. I.laaV.. KaT s-VotiS. J&X tbl Compound 14 Sura El A lit tip at nlirht will mivm yom child a Safe ana Ouk t Rest, yet theratsao Opium In It. m Over 100,000 Dottles Sold. Physicians have pi .ho1 it; in fact it wasgoitmnpy aHfguIar I'tiTi'dan. fl wlil D, t fall too Id thattroublv Ooup, so tainl Knen;iT lo chll.lreo. Sold by Irnt vt. C. n.KlN(-"!.L , :' Ma.imi.it' ju. MkUfa.aolaP'a thsFamUy. ItlsaVsg iWLdfkl 1 filJ' J Tha tstt large and (Xmstaotlr ucrt?aaingaalaofth Inoomparabla CZAH XIAKUiO TOW DEB. ta proof that ihe pubUe aprreolate and will buy tha bast rood. Kotlung but the purest aad healthiest tnaredienWi ever entr into ite oompoaitloa , IT 18 WliaiimD TO CONTAIN ISO sVLUU, or anTthing unhajajuihful, aad wa aoboit aa wnpredjudioad eraiparlataa with any other Baking Powder ta the world. ITT17 one oaa. W or s&te by all grooerB.jg1 STrFI.I A EMERT, MaaTrs. !tew nc-m. Cmm. I nnntro Uold3, ' 1 ronniES. Readings I Recitations 1 Elocution! B0ST0 LEAD MF C CO. SAMI ELUTTLK, Prra. WM. J. BRIDE, Trea where we will show our goods and quote prices that we think will give satisfaction. expect for goods most kinds of Farm .rlur .it the very best cia ju v - price the market aiTords. .-vintr a fresh line ot aitj rt-f--' M"o Japan Teas both coloretl and uncolored; also Oolong which we think are hard to Wat. rjAlso the line of goods usually tert in a first class Grocery store. Come and See Us. WALKER & H0WE.; THEONLYMEDICINE That Acts at the Same Time oa' . THE LIVER, THE BOWELS. and the KIDNEYS. .T,T,rrr' onrsni are the nature! cleans- ,., l i ilnc worn liralin will hf porfcrt: If titer b-ririi cWtfed, dread! ul diseases are sure to follow wlta TERRIBLE SUFFERING.. Blllowsarsa, Headache, Drspepsla, faas dice. Coast! pat loa and riles, srKld- mtj Coaiplaiats, Grarel, Diabetes Sedlssent Is the Urine, Milky r Uopj rrtaei or Ukes Hatlc Pal as sad Araea. UiM aVUUVUU IWTt OCOB U I iTiTll I dill IO N0W READY. ?WIOP.CABEETr4C0. 708CliMtnulSUPkiUdelphli. J Thll viTiTnW ! attlffrrm w'th th Scrl-s. satt enntafna n 1 "riiiwrofc n-atury, 1 aiaoas, ii mrmar, run. if.aOCti..uWfrf. J Iby baxik,ler. lTfd trfVI with tha humors eapeliad aaimallr KIDNEY-WORT wm restore thehsihr action and all these iletrm;g evils will U-niMf'0 ; aegicct thpn s'mi too wfl! live bat touiTor. Thousan-lhavcbconcurrd. TryttSTidyoi srtn ma-id one more to tlie Bamter. 1 sUe It and haltb wtllonce more gladden rotirht?art. Why sufTsM1 lonaer from ths tormwnt Of nnachln tooca ? uit.. ur .joh d istraas from Con- St i Da tion and Plis ? Why b eo fearful betoausa oftfia orxieratf urinw ? k itt.Wot will enra yoa- Trr a pacT aga at odob aod be satisfied. H u a drr tff competn4 ow4 Owe Pari, are asakas si i qaarta of ed IHaa. frmr (!. or viJf ff or 10bs Priro Who " la.aMhla,J NeW Trit. hn)l s4 tfe ifawiisi.uiaiMiufii sviAijaysv-i imu I TKEAML'HV ll PtKITlIM, OFFICII OF t'OMFTROLiraOKO RhF-'tCT, I V AUINuTON, i. C . JuD. ft, lVa. f Notice i hereby ii' veil to the sharehnMera of the rirM Nftttouai bAi.b of itrtuUt'r. Vermont. ihat a nifetniat of the Mi art-holders will he tit-IH aithe i.ffli-a of the Kwver, in xhe vilian of rasLiit'iHMu, uii ti (b iuto umv ii reoniirr inm. mi locwli, M , ior th uriX'S of e;et!!iir au Hge.it. to wh-m the as-ett ot the bank will t .fTL-rretlni ,it hvvred m artNrr1miirfi wlfh tl.e pmviMv'H ut !vruoa 1 ol lae Act of Cbnrr approTed June . 1&76. J'. JAY KNOX. 21-? Coaiptrol.er of t'liirtorr. ()i.-e, M a S OLlrer St., Boston, Mass, Manufacturers of WHTF IT.AD, Bmrnw Star Ba!i. War-rsntt-.i mrn'tij pure ami uhaurasatHl ttj say ia the niHrk:i Rt'.n IK til V MTIIAIC warrsDiM auricuT pure, L.W. 4 If l I t I- all mists. ani ar.lVtal ksarJiuti In rjij or on reeia. KKT LfKAD, mule la atnpa, from tae I" Hifhe wiue, vo reels, and tar widtk up M pmvnn i.nrn pipf, a mrashM I'Me, hut au actual im 1'lpe iua.de a tad I'ipe. Til FlPk. mails from Para Block Tut PelPV sOI DKII. Ar. sail Wilminaicii Garble Works Liquid H ta iwmpaoaa a the araeat isnaea la etf reat asiiifiMsof pacpJa wprettw aa fmwobm a i KldnerWort wLrcy wrepand. tha pew anMoneTUiio iits-siad rsaMiTy mem asw aaew tt ttqwad farm aa wtU aa dry. It ti M. la pS wp bs taraw woCUea t aa Uwt pal w ary as a f infls. rrwm. II par aotUtv LiqUD AJO D1T 90LD VT SmtTOOIBTa. WILU. BICaUftKOI A CO.. Praw, I offer mj whole rock st cost snd Ism tbaa oost to close up my bolnesa. I bare over 79 Snistie4 aea4stoaea and s Urge- lot of uaOnisliet stocA. i This ts not a lot of reftue, bar a Rarerully se lected stock of modern stjles. Parties ta want of anrtbiof ta this line eaa tare ts to SO per rent hy callinf on me at the s:d stand. J. R. BriLL Wilmlna-on, Tt., Jan. U 13el. i Head ihis acil lie nif mbrr! Tf oa wsnt s lns In l-r:!ewv-w hre Hea. estai sr'es itit.nr aars a. w raa re T1 sel ta. f xl Am rr pr--wv we wi,i ma tie !Ku- oa Gren trn. f-rfifr. wad h; E. H 1 '":, a tne ar-w r,t.aa on anal Ntrt oa.ff b tw mie Ho" PCrr. We rm h p rwa to a re teneairPia, w tn t o paly srfcn wtil tet4 a a few iiuti iri -v; art oa ir.'-ww oote, r m c.afarai m v'.j.j. e ra- itt r? arrci sani sale is Hrat'Duro wdca wa w u ea at a tx-caia, Jaet the c fnr a Data, Jew r. or s towQ U' at-re t:a a-- aa 1 patera, A few aAa.SB as aaaA smcA tor a eaaa coqtar. lUTaWPOftT 8T.DDT. MEN WANTED ! Arents snl Farmers, to ,ii "Tfc Vetar TaifBook," 60,000 alre.ij ant tirutr wt-ui t.-,a SS ariitia. 1. 1 a day, aw-ond dav atiotbtT tio ia 4 weefcs : auotherover pju ib aaais time, Farmern, and other invxpenenord canvmja. ers of biiaiueas tact, are earhinf from sV to I OS lr month in their own and sijointDa; 'owna. Not hint li W- tons; oeedeiL A maa.Tly coo fr-n-u r. f-ycurjnrn oi in- -r itt-rv tlxoy Or A mrm, froia ua dtarorrv to iv), with exhauet n c .aiisiitr an 1 bn-f Bi 'ycphtcrU Metcvs, etc. In fUtcxU Kn.xrifrUjf it is wnat h $ irtm-a-ft ia ta Lan.7ipt ainl piinj $ trntvcimomttt ia ffiJi-fM, aad f wa A quirk jLtrmct-b-k (or the t'-er, po:;twaJ rnovermtoiiaiiai, jmh: sieaker, letisiauve aad exuiive officer. To Ut t j) anl the jiairw s sntnianitai fosnoaxHsa for a 1k ical e1aai.ua. and a fii Je to their mitU a rrancaime ami cvisnwArp. A Xatwat iiVt-j Is mBaiare fvr everv Unfne. Now is the tube an canvass for it. tnp o.-tavo volume, tv-t pts. Retail prtcea, is German or Entiish, ti.Ti ta C,ota, or At.t6 is Ha,f Leather, atare expe-newa, can tef in. biw lonajr cootinnf, town or towns wam el. etc. Ad1re K. H (I KKAN A CU-, I'n . ara, M Scbooi Mreet, Boataa. Voters take Notice v . n ahowe ramra rs w-nrfe. and a-ii sop aa sf baAiaeas eaercj to canvas jtmx tova aa ooaa. SDCU JJEXSO"S CAPCINE POROUS PLASTER Ta Maaa'arrnrwra kave tetTM i. ed 4 La or OWOK. CwttseaataJ, IfTS pans, lam Amartraa Inaxitvrta, UTm, Ac , A a. s rwvv m-ww a y or fevra: tww tt s raf4 ta re visc n c ta oa n t. f- ass Br. KMniiaK, Kxioev Arw-ttca aa4 acaaa aaa aaias partwy, a a taa aaanwa-wssf i