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THE VERMONT PHCENIX, AND RECORD AND FARMER, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1882.
Tut Cnur Blooo Pusinr."..
Romarkablo Ouro of Scrofulous Faco
AYESTMlNRTXn, Cul)D.t JUDO 19, 1879.
Mr. II. n. 8ttvr.!u-l)er Slf I I can Iratlfr to
Gwwl effect of your medicine. My Utile loy Ltd a
wrof a la aora break out on bis bead, as largo aa a quar
ter of a dollar, sndltwrutdown hla faco from one
car to the other, under tits neck, and was one aolld
ttana of aorea. Two tralllee of your valuable Vcectloe
coraplelelv currd blm. Very ref pectrnlly,
Mas. 0. 1!. TlUTCUEn.
Vcgotino is Sold by all Druggists.
hllrnluerd fn lMI,er(irirfor to the tntmlitetim
tifanyothrr Win Vimland rmeililor
the lame 'isr!f.
Or the tame Formula at a Liquid.
MME. AUGUSTA HEALY'S
VEGETABLE TONIC CORDIAL
OiTcts iMisltlTO and permanent relief for every form
of chronic weakness by which ho largo a proportion1 of
the best of tho sex fa tortured. They are prepared
from tbc active portions only of well-known garden
needs and woyeldo ptauta that exert an especial beat
itid Influence upon the female system. During six
teen years, thousands of ladles have been cured by
them, aud can be referred to. Mrs. M., of Itoxbury,
Mass., says: " I attribute ruy euro in a case, of tblr
tecu years wholly to Healy's Tonlo rills." Bend for
pamphlet. Letters with stamp answered by lady pro
prietor. Dnyof druggists, if posslblo; if not, wc will
mall pills on receipt of price, fl per box; six boxes,
fit. Cordial, 11 perlwttle; six bottler, f5, Address
It. T. T II AY Elt h CO.,13 Tcmpleriace,Uo6ton, Miss.
a pecness lirainanuiscrre ioou,
composed of TORotable and cereal
prod actions that contain, in right
ly adjusted proportions, the ele
ments that suBtain the brain and
nerves. It removes all obstruc
tions of the brain, gives ital pow
er, cures Headache. Epilepsy. Con-
IMilslons, Hysteria, Bleep Itssneis,
aiidNenous ProBtratlou Good
for tho aged and infirm, tho feeble
and tbe weary of all classes. Send
for proofs of cures.
Huh t pour druiftjitt if ponntbtc; If not, wo will
mall it, postpaid, ou receipt of price, GOc.pcr box, tlx
boxes, f 2.G0. Addrcsa II. l TIIAYEIl & CO., 13 Tem
plol'Uce. Boston, Mass, Ij21
OF ALL KIDNEY DISEA
KIDNEY and LIVER MEDICINE
KNOWN TO FAIL.
Cures wbeu all other medicines fall, as it acts directly
on tho Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, restoring them at
once to bealtby action. Hunt's Remedy is a safe,suro
and speedy cure, and hundreds have testified to hav
ing been cured by it v, ben physicians and friends bad
given them up to die. Do not delay, tut try at onco
IIIAT N Iir.Tir.OY cures all dlscaBCBof the
Kidneys, Bladder, Urinary Organs, Dropsy, Gravel,
Diabetes, nnd Incontinence and Retention of Urine.
IIU.WH IIXMKDY cures Pain in the Side,
Hack or Loins, General Debility, Female Diseases,
Disturbed Sleep, Loss of Appetite, Brlght's Disease,
and all Complaints of the Urlno-GenlUl Organs.
HOT lli;.Mi:Y quickly inducestbe Liv
er to healthy action, removing thecauses that produce
unions Headache, DytpepBla, Sour Stomach, Costive
ness, Tiles, etn.
By the use of Unnt's Remedy the Stomach ond Bow
ls speedily reqain their strength, and the Blood Is
HtXT'N ltK7Ii:V I- pronounced by tbo
best doctors to be the only cure for alt kinds of Kid
HUXT'M UE.nniT is purely vcgetable.and
Is s, snre cure for Heart Disease and Rheumatism when
all other medicines fall.
limit' lleiunly Is prepared expressly for tho
nbovo diseases, and bas never been known to fail.
Oue trial will convince you. Tor sale by all Drug
gists. Send for Tamphlet to
Hunt' IKemeily Co.. Providence, R. I.
Prices, 75 cts. and 1.25.
BR ASM and
ACCKPTAUMS ANU JtELTARLE.
Tho nioanliatoa of tho Wheat aro Its moot
valuablo food property, and bto, when prop
erly prcparod, tho most ococpUbla nutriment
with which to build up tho systom.
Tho Ulood, .Drain ml Kirvoa are the forces
which boar tho b train of every day work and
life, and in order to nave siekneu It Is wiao to
11 A. vrifc 1I.AjA a.
Wheat Bittern are nronared. not bu fermenta
tion but by solution and nro rlchoat In tho
Phosphates, while tho starch and Impure mat
ter aro cuminauxi. xnuo xu&uo in mom
clvei & bash), to which la added tho best and
ohoicoet medicinal quiUtlos, necessary to
rul, pleasant to tno tasto ana must not do oon
founded Willi tho thousand ond one cheap
aloohollo bitters which aro sold as oure-alla.
MocUcino la doubly eftcctlvo whan used with
food, go as to nourish whilo it con-seta.
Sold by dnucelKtd, S1.0O per bottle.
WHEAT IHTTEBatJO., UTra. Jf.Y.
Murray & Lanman's
Best for TOILET, BATH
AVI II bo paid for tho detection and conviction of any
person selling or dealing in any bogus, counterfeit or
Imltatioullop Bitters, especially Blttera or prepara
tions with tho word nop or Hors la their name or
connected therewith, that is Intended to mislead and
cheat tho public; or for any preparation pat In any
form, pretcudiug to bo the same ai Hop Bittebs. The
genuine hat e cluster of Green Hops (notice this) print
ed on tho white label, and are the purest and beat
medicine on earth, especially for Kidney, Liver and
Nervous Diseases, Beware of all others, and of all
pr tended formulas and recipes of Hop Burma pub
lished In papers or fur sale, as they are frauda and
swindles, Whoever deals In any but the genuine will
be prosecuted. Hop BiTTics Mro, Co.,
20-29 Rochester, K. V,
Loland and Gray Seminary,
Tbo Fall Term wilt begin Tuesday, Aug. 39, Exp,
rleucedand successful instructors lu every depart
ment. Thorough work assured to those entering for
a term or for a complete course of study. Expenses
low. Particulars respecting classes, board, room for
aclMttiardlDg or tub-boaruTng, on application.
3734 O. aUOYNTON, rrludpal.
ma 1 iw iv
IB III WCWWvfT Wfi TV
Tim lfiij' Crop.
Hirer mtmlows nnd dry Intids lioro nro
jlcldlng n licnvy crop of liny. A fow pieces,
howovcr, nro light In conscquouco of Injnry
by lLo grubs, nnd ninny of tho bill fnrmcrs
complnln of light grnss from (be envae cnaso
nnd from wlntor-kllllnn eomo of them say
they will hnvo not mora thnn two-lhlrds of n
crop, but thero nro nlnnys such complaints
wo nro confident that when hAying Is finlshod
it will bo found thnt tho crop in Windham
county Is fully an nvcrnge It not above it,
ltcports which wo hfwo noticed from towns
in other parts of tho stnto nro conflicting,
soma representing tho bay crop ns unusual
ly henvy nnd others ni light, At tho begin
ning of tho hnyiug season, the agricultural
editor of tho Freeman wished "to bo put on
record In Vermont ns n disbclioTor in what
wo bnvo seen stated in sotno of the pnpers of
tho state, that a 'good hay crop is already as
sured.' Wo wish wo wcro halt ns well assured
thnt wo should ever get seven dollars nnd n
half that n man owes us as wo nro that tho
bay crop of Vermont Is to be n very light one.
In old mowings tho grnss is thin, nnd in new
stock the dover has bcon killed out in mnny
places ( and you Just re mo rubor wo toll yon a
light bay crop."
Mr. Tinkhnm is certainly a good judge of
such a matter, but taking the stnto ns n
whole, we hope nnd believo tbnt bo wns mis
taken. If the hay crop Is not this year n full
average in Vermont It is nu eiception to nil
the country nround us. In New Hampshire,
out of thirty-five towns, fourtoen report nn
nvorage crop. Thlrtcon a largo crop, and
eight less than nu nvcrnge. In Now York
stnto it is said to bo excellent, nud In n largo
number of towns in western Massachusetts
from which wo havo noticed reports of tho
bay crop, in local items, It appears to be good
or abovo the average,
Tbo Department of Agriculturo reports an
Increase of tho nrea plnnted In corn of moro
than four per cent., or 2,r.0fl,()) ncrcs. Tbo
nverngo condition of the crop Is fivo percent,
lower than in this month last year; but the
estimates for July last year wero mndo beforo
tho crop was Injured by tho great drouth, so
that with the increased acreage there is ktlll a
possibility, if not probability, thaltheyield
will bo considerably larger than last year's.
Tho condition of tbo crop in Vermont Is
marked 'J2. Wo should havo judged this too
high tho first of this month, but tho prospect
Is improving, nnd, with favornblo wenther In
the latter part of thn season, n full crop of
corn may bo harvibUd. A contlnuanco of
cool weather, with nn early frost, would bo
Tho Bureau of Agriculture proposes to pub
lish from month to mouth tbo freight rates of
the rnllwny nud Blentuboat Hues. As tho mar
ket value of farm produce depends largely
upon the cost of transportation, n systematic
nnd trustworthy publication of tho freight
rntos for the whole country would be of great
advantage to our American farmers. Wo
would, howover, suggest to the commissioner
of agriculturo that such n publication to ho
of value must bo issued promptly. A list of
freight rntos published three months after Its
adoption by tho transportation companies
would bo of about equal value with last vear's
Tho Cultivator's suggestion Bcems perti
neut. The annual reports of tho department
aro distributed about two years' after their
date, when much of the matter which they
contain Is antiquated. Aud tho agricultural
department Is not tho only slow.inovinc trov-
ornmental machine. Undo Sam has now a
very largo family to look after, and it takes
timo to provide for them nil liKuMita nffir;.1
dignity might be compromised by quick move
ments, it is moro than two years since the
completion of the census of 1880 hv ihnonn.
merators, but when the final reports will be
ready for distribution is as yet problematical.
In llefViicn of li .nolo,
Tho New York Times of the 28th ult.. un.
dor tho bead of "Notes from tho Field and
Uarden," In nn artlclo on Moles says, "A few
moles will do a great amount of mischief, for
if only half n dozen occupy about ouo aero of
ground they will in a few days bore and bur
row this space nearly all over. Ono cannot
but admire their industry, but so far ns tho
farm and tho garden are concerned it is labor
expended in tho wrong direction, nud there.
fore, the moles are worse than tho cut worms
and tho grubs, for they destroy all vegetation
whero they pass and repass, by lifting the soil
and drying it out by letting tho air In so that
the roots aro killed." Tho nbovo I think con-
tains about as much error ns could woll bo
condensed into tho snrno space, nnd lest the
farmers follow tho example of the writer of
tho nbovo nud carry on n war of oitcrmmn
tion against tho moles, I wish to say a word
in their defence. I have watched tho work
uf these little animals for five or six years,
my attention first being cnllod to them by a
cornfield which was badly Infested by wiro
worms, and which for Bomo lime seemed to
be at a stand still, until jenrly in July when
it took n start and grew rapidly. Upon ex
amination I found the moles had traversed
tho field In all directions ; tho hills were hon
oy-combed by their tracks, nnd it seemed as
tonishing that they could pass among tho
roots of corn without doing harm. Since
then I havo had repeated experiences of the
same kind, and bavo them this year in "field
and garden" and shall be pleased to show any
ono their work. I find their tracks on my
meadow every year, botu on wet and dry
land, and in no instance have I ever known
tho grass roots to recelvo any Injury from
their work. They Bometlmes throw up a lit.
tlo mound of dirt which tries the temper of
both the soy the and the man. But we can
well afford to sudor this annoyance when we
know they nre working so effectually in our
Interst In destroying the worms. o.
Westminster West, July 7lh, 1882.
Tho manufacture of cottonseed oil has at
tained such considcrablo rank as n domcstio
industry that it has been docmed necessary to
nssouiblo n convention of persons Interested
in the business, In order to promoto a better
understanding of the trado and to familiarize
the public, with the uses to which tbo new
product is adapted. The convention was held
in New lorK, nua its members represented
mills in operation m Tennessee, Mississippi,
Louisiana and Texas. Tho method of making
coitouseeu on is urieny uescnueii as follows :
Tho seed as originally received from the plant
er Is first re.Rinntd. nroducincf an inferior
cotton, which finds ready sale- at about two
cents per nounu less man tno ordinary grades.
The seed is then stripped of the hulls, which
nro utilized for fuel, tho ashes making a strong
fertilizer. The oil Is obtained by crushing
nna pressure, tue souu resume or on-calo no
ing a marketable article for feeding cattle.
The oil, after refinlnc, is mainlv exported.
Large quantities are doubtless returned to
this country as olive oil, which refined cot
tonseed oil much resembles in taste and qual
ity. It Is used for illumination, for cooking
Surposes instead of lard, as an adulterant for
oarer oils, and in manufactures ns the basis
of nitro-glycerine. Doubtless the uses to
which this aluable substanco may bo put will
be largely Increased as its qualities become
hotter known. The seed yields about S3 gul.
Ions of crude oil per ton, and the oil cells for
s.i cents per gauon at tne mills.
In order to prolong bearing, peas should
nut be gathered Indiscriminately, as Is often
done, but the oldest pods should be used first,
inasmuch as one pod allowed to get old will
weaken the bearing properties of the plant
mora than many youug ones ; it Is boteroven
to gamer ana tnrow away man to let tnom re
main on the vines after they are fit for use.
Both hands should be used In removing tho
pods, so as not to break the vines, and only
bucu pous snouiu uo selected ns nre moderate
ly well filled, since If young and old are taken
logcincr uiey uou unequally.
Tit N HOUSEHOLD.
To keen moths from Inlurlna carpets nnd
upholstorcd furniture, dlssOlvo n pound of
1IIUU1 III U I4IIIIUU Ul Mulling mi.VI. I.u.i u.uou
enrpots nnd fnrnlluro with tho solution, after
it lull becomo cold, until tno inurio is wen
Bnturnted, taking enro to brush tho edgos well.
A thorough examination for trnces of moths
should first bo made. This simple recipe has
worked perfectly in n bouse of ilO years' fur
nishing, in which English carpets laid twenty
years ngo nre perfectly preserved.
The way In which grease is devoured by
Americans is gradually devouring them. In
nothing is it considered moro indisponsnblo
than lu tho flaky biscuits with which good
housekeepers prids themselves on poisoning
tneir guests, to mnico biscuits wnoso snowy
flaklncss casts theirs into shadow, tnko Ono
cup of flour, Uncly sifted, two tenspoonsful of
baking powder, nnd milk or water sufilciout
for pnste ; roll nud cut rapidly, nnd bnko in a
llcan Soup. Wash n pint of dried hoans In
cold wntor. l'ccl and bllco an onion, put In n
saucepan nnd fry brown with n tnblcspoonful
of drippings (ham or bacon fat preferable)
vruuu urown. put in tno ueaus, pour on inree
quarts of cold water, nnd boll slowly, every
IS minutes adding a cup of cold water until a'
quart has boon used. Mix ono tablospoonful
each of flour nnd butter ; also, fry some half
Inch bits of broad In a llttlo butter. When
benns nro soft, put thorn through n sieve with
a potato masher j thon return to tho saucepan
wuu tneir urotn, stir in mo paste, lot uou up
once, and servo with tho fried bread in It.
Codjkh. Patboll the fish in successive wa
ters until freshened, taking caro to havo skin
upward (if below, it will gather nnd hold tho
salt), l'ocl and slice a pint of onions, and
when tho water is changed on tho fish the last
time, put tho onions into n frying-pan with
two tablospoonfuls of hot fat, and fry slowly;
when the fish is hot, tako It out, remove skin
and surface bones, put lu with tho onions and
brown Bllgbtly ou both Bldos, dust with pep-p-r,
nnd servo with tho onions ovor it.
WtUh Rarebit. Stir together in a saucepan
over tho fire a quarter of n pound of grated
cheese, two tablospoonfuls of butter, n quar
ter of n tcaspoonful each of salt, dry mus
tard nud peppor, nnd n dust of cayenne ; pour
upon n largo slice of buttered toast, and serve
Omelette. Bent thrco eggs for onu minute
with half a teaspoonful of salt and a little
pepper; havo a tablospoonful of molted but
tcr in n hot saucepan ; pour in tho eggs, scat
ter over them throo crushed sqnaro crackers,
aud when cookod sufficiently slip n fork under
ono side of the omclctto and double ft over,
l'laco in a hot dish and serve nt once.
Chicken anil Often 7V(W. Cut cold roast
or boiled chicken In small piccts, fry them lu
butter till brown, add n pint of stowod peas
with thoir liquor (or ouo can if not tho season
for green peas), season with salt aud peppir,
bent fivo minutes, and serve on toast.
Cabbage plants of the Savoy kind may bo
planted on good rich land as late as July 2."th,
with reasonable expectation that they will
make good heads for wiuter sale. Drumhi ad
cabbage aud cauliflower plunts will not amount
to much if transplanted after July 10. Tur
nip seed of tho whito Hat variety sown from
July 20 to August 1 will make good-sized roots
by November, nnd serves well to fill any vn
cant 6pot. It should bo remembered, how.
ever, that this crop spoils the land for raising
cabbages for at least two yours ufterwards, so
that where the land Is Intended for cabbago
it will not do to sow turnip seed. W. V.
A now, cheap and cffectlvo insect romcdy is
being Bucccof ully used nt tho agricultural col
lego in Amherst. It is made of one part mu
riate of potash dilutod in 1000 parts of water,
and, Bpplled with a syringe to currant bushes,
cabbages, etc, it Is sure death to bugs and
worms. Allowed to sink into the ground about
tho roots of squashes, it will kilt tho borer.
It has not yet been tried on ro3ebugs or pota
to beetles. It differs from Tan's groen and
London purplo in that it is harmless, even If
it gets on tho vegetables wo oro to cat ; and,
being very good ns plant food, what falls to
tho ground is Berviceubie in that way. More
over, it is very cheap, and easily applied.
Human Blood.-Od the purltr and vitality of the
blood depend lue visor and health of the whole Bra
tem. DUeaao of tarlouakiuda la often only tbeaign
(hit nature li trying to remove the dlitnrbinir raue.
A remedy that giv.a life and vigor to the blood, .radl
calea aorof nla and other Impnrltlea from It, aa Hood's
SarBaparilla undoubtedly doea, mml be tho meana of
preventing many dlBeaaea that would otcnr without
lla u.o. Sold by dealers.
T , i 1 wn maao no
. , uv'u,u, ouii'uoubu mem on every
bottle. Medical autborltlea Bay that tbcae remediea
am all tliat la ptnln,-.l r . . i. .
,u;ui iui tur euro OI 1JTB-
pepala, Debility, Indlgeetlon, Gonatlpatlon, He.
Geo. C. aoodwlu k Co., Boston, Wholesale Jtgeuta.
When the old man of tho Boa wbb young, waa he an
ocean buoy J '
Revelation Bugso-ta tho Idea that from woman
cornea the power to "brulro the aerpeut's head." The
words take a new meaning to-day, since this Is prrrlae
y what Lydla K. Plnkham'a remediea do for the rhya-
lcallv rilaeaan.1 tintt-nt TT-- v-n.i.,. n ' .
tlo and noiseless, but it Is moro ik) erf ul than the club
of Hercules. llazar.
A good name la better thau preelons ointment on
the liarlr or a nMn.
Renlember 14th. tsso
Hop Bitters Co., Toronto ! I have been alck for the
past sir ycar. Buffering from dyspepsia and general
weakucsa. I havo used threo bottles of Hop Hitlers,
and they havo done wonders for me. I am well and
ablo to work, and eat and aleep well. I cannot aay loo
""I' blMOK llODBlNB.
The nsthetlc crazo for antiquities' will continue l
long aa "old rye" Is told U ten centa a drink.
The young man or woman who mnat forsake soclet
bocanae of mortifying tan, freckles, tetter, pimples or
itching excorlationa of the face, abould use Dr. Ben
eon's Bkln Cure. It cleanaea tho acalp and is good for
A dead eat and com ntd hrnlisn v.i.Ainn
on tho grate of Brlehani Youug. Atil fickle, fickle
W, A. Torboa of Greenfield, Mass., was cured by St.
Jacobs oil of rbenmatUni. Cincinnati Christian
The Wisconsin woman who kept atlent for 15 yeara
n... u. .cuniu iviacuuuj a crown.
Not an alcoholic beverage,- but a true and reliable
lamuy medicine, la Brown's Iron Blttara.
Well ahake onco more for the quinine," aa the agno
said to its victim.
Permit no Nuliaf Italian.
Insist upon having Fioreston Cologne. It li greatly
superior lu permanence aud delicacy of fragrance.
Mnalc long drawn out That mado by (he accord eon.
JPuilril. Color llt-etorcil.
Faded or gray hair gradually recovers Its youthfol
color and lustro by the use of Psrker'a IIalrBaUam.au
elegant dreaBlu?,admlred for its purity and rich per
fume. When a Chinaman waa Bavod from drowning by be
ing pulled out by his pigtail, bo feebly murmured
Jlrultt tintl rf.
Wells' Health Benewer, greatest remedy on earth for
Impotence, leanness, sexual debility, etc. l at drug
glt'. Trepaldby express, 11.23; 0 for ti. E. U.
WELLS, Jersey City, N. J.
All Indian remediea for bringing out new hair will
bo regarded with dialrust by a man who baa onco been
"klout-li on Ituia,"
The thing desired found at last. Ask druggists for
"Hough on Hats," It clears out rata, mice, roachea.
flics, bed-bugB. 15c. boxes.
For blessings ever wait on vlrtnoua deeds.
And, though a late, a suro reward auccoeda.
Don't Die lu tho House,
Aak drugglata for "Hough on Bats." It clears out
rats, mice, bedbugs, roaches, vermin, flics, ants, In
accta. 15c. per box,
Healy's Vegetable Tonic Mia and Cordial aro fully
appreciated In Boaton, where the proprietor la beat
known aud trusted. Head advt. ou pago 4.
The sovereign temperance toolc, Wheat Bitten, Is
the purest and riebeat blood, brain and nerve food In
existence Dr. Brown.
Cepbaline la euperlor to alcohol or acid phosphates
for nourlablns the bralu and nerves.
lluliles of Mituiiie.
fotatoee they rrew email,
And they ate them topa and all
The bablss kick and anuall
And the mothers spank Ibcm all
CaBtorla'a cured them all
No bablea now that bawl
. ..,.,!,,u,, "ja-un cureaDyspcpsia.fJeneral De
bility, Liver Complaint, Bolls, Humors, Chronic Dlar
rhtoa, Nervous Affections, Femsle Complalnta, and all
dlacaaet originating In a bad stato of the blood.
A rich blood food, easily aBtitnllated, is Wheat Bit
ters, tie aay all who have used It,
91SOO per year can be eaaUy made at home, work
ing for li a. Bldeout it Co., U Barclays!., New York.
Bend for their catalogue and full particulars, 1 jU
From Frank Leslie's Illustrated Xcwrpaper.
A LADY SAID
Tlioic II or rlil lmtlcnt Xo, I cannot
fro. lMruan prrnrnt tny cni,"
rrobaWj Iwo-thlrds of tbo JiJifri In tin? Boclctjr nm1
homes of our Ufcd are tmictcil vllh ikln dlneiscs of
varioiii llnds, to do wjr with wlileb, If it could bo
dono without Injury, would te the hopplcet event of
their lire. Then Mho would hive, lontead of ft disfig
ured And marred countenance, ono tbt wo aid br, If
not handsome, at lea it good-loollnR for any one with
ft clear, pure alio, uo matter what tho cut of her fea
ture, ban a certain amount of good look which at
tract all, Aa It la now, alio Imnclnti tTCrybody
Bees and talks about "tho-e freckles," "thoie horrid
pimple," rind other bleralahea with which alio la afflict
cd and tUls la true of cither act.
To improve this arpeararjco great rtfka nfo taken;
arsenic, mercury, or articles with high-sounding title
containing these death-dealing drngs, arc taken In tho
bopo of Rclllog rid of these troubles. In many casea
death ts the result. No allcYiatlon of tho burning,
heating, ltcblug and Inflammation ts gircn. All trou
bled with Eczema (salt rheum), Tetter, Humors, In
flammation, Hough, Scaly Irruptions of any kind, Dis
eases of tho Hair and Scalp, Scrof ola, Ulcers, Pim
ples, or Tender Itchings on any part of the body,
should know that there la hope for tbcm tn n snre,
perfect and elegant remedy known as Dr. C. V, Den
son's Bkln Cnre It makes the skin white, soft and
smooth, removes tan and freckles, and ts tho best tot-
let dressing In the world. It Is elegantly put up two
bottles In ono package, consisting of botu Internal and
external treatment. Our readers should get this, and
not some old remedy resuscitated on tho success of
Dr. Benson', and now advertised as "The Great Hklu
Cure." Thero Is only ono -It bears tho doctor's pic
ture, and is for salo by all druggists at l a package,
HAS OrttH BIKN MADE ST
Tbo discovery of some new thing, but nothing lias
ever stood tho tect like Dr. 0. w. Deusou'a Celery and
Tin y really ila curesick and nervous headache, nin-
raigia, ncrounes, sleeplessness, indigestion, parai
sls and melancholy.
Sold by all druggists. Trice, CO centa a box. Depot
ICR North lhitaw-st., IUltlmore, Md. Hy mail, two
boxes for It or six boxes for J2.5JI, to any addrrrs.
C.N. Cril teuton. New Yorlc, is Wholesale Agent for
Dr. C. W. itennou s ri medics.
MRS. LYDI& E. PIHKHAH, OF LYNII, UASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
s VEGETABLE COMPOUND.
Is ft roslti Core
forallthoia Patarul CnpIiUtt al Wtmk
. , iifonnti toourbest female pai-alAlloM.
It will cure entutly the wont form of Fm.l Com
plaints, all ovarUn trouble, Inflammation tad tlcer
tion, rslllntT and rIlilaccroeQts, and the eoiueqnent
Bplnal Weakness, aud la jarticuHrly adapted to tfas
Change of Life.
It will dlasolra and expel tumors from the Qtenu In
an rarly stage ot derelopiuent. The tendency to ean
crons humors there Is checked Tery speedily Ly Its use.
It removes fatntneis, flatulency, destroys all craTlnff
for stimulants, and irUeTeeweaknens of the ttofnacb.
It cares Bloating, Headaches, Kerroua rroatratloa,
Ocneral Debility, Sleeplessness, Deiresaloa and Indl
Coition That feeling of hearinff down, canalny paio,wetht
andtackttch,lssjwayirrmajieutly cured LylUuae.
It will at oil times and under allrlmintkUnccs act la
harmony with the laws that ffotem the female system,
ror the care of Kidney CompUlnU of clthor vx this
Compound Is uiuurpatwd.
LYDIA E. I'INKHAM'1 YEC1ETAIIIX COM
POUND Is prepared at za and ttt Weitera Avsnus,
Lynn,Maaa, Price L blx bottles for $1 Sent ly mail
In the form of pills, also In the form of losenges. on
receipt of price, 11 per box for either, sir. Itntham
rntlyanswersalllettersof Inquiry. Send for pamph
let. Addrvss as above. Mmtlon this Jtyttr
No family should be without LYDIA E. riXKIUM'S
LIVER I'ILL-9. They cure conitlpellon, tlliouanMs
and torpidity of the liver. IS cents per box,
JC3- Hold by all DmanUts.
O. J. PRATT,
Xo. 1 Granite Modi.
ANTICIPATING THE ENLAR3INQ AND IIE.
rAIHINO OF MY CARPET IlEPABTMENT NEXT
MONTH, WHEN IT WILL DENECESSARY TO BUS
TEND BU8INEB3 FOR A TIME, I NOW OFFER, AT
A MATERIAL REDUCTION OF PRICES, MY EN
TIRE STOCK OF FLOOR COVERINOS, CONSIST
INO OF A FULL LINE OF EXTRA FIVE-FRAME
I10DY BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, LOWELL
AND HARTFORD EXTRA SUPERFINE INORAIN,
MEDIUM AND LOW COST INORAIN CARPETS, OIL
CLOTHS, CANTON MATTINGS, CANE MATTINGS,
CARPET LININGS, RUGS, MATS, HASSOCKS, ETC.
THE ROOM MUST BE CLEARED, AND EXTRAOR
DINARY INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED TO
AN EARLY INSPECTION SOLICITED.
O. J. PEATT.
At the Salievy every Sunday morn
ing from G to S.tiO o'clock
Fret ala Holla, Ilreuil untl lltina
ry iluj taleo, Cukes t Cruckvra, etc
Order ilellvereil lu unypart of the vll-lug-ff
33-35 C, B. DICKINSON,
Farm for Salo.
SITUATED In Windham, Yt., on the main road
from So. Windham to So. Londonderry, 4 mllea
from the latter place. Bald farm contains 107 acres,
divided Into tillage, woodland and pasturing. A IK
story house, finished throughout; woodshed and car
riage house attached; a barns (t nearly new); J abed.
ItunntDR water at house and barn, Haid farm Ilea
sloping to east aud south, and Is one of the most pro
ductive Id Wlodhau. Good sugar orchard of 800
trees; larpe sugar house, with Cory evaporator.
Oood fruit. Also pasture and woodland of 76 acres
within one mile, sold with farm If desired. Tho above
property will be sold low, and offers a good opportu
nity for making money, aa taxea are low, the town be
ing free from debt. Yor further particulars, inquire
ot NATHAN HASTINGS, Townsheud, Vt-
NOTICE. "Whereas my wife, Lurena, baa
left my bed aud board without reasonable cansa
or provocation, I hereby forbid all persons hr.r boring
or trusting her on my account after thia date.
HKNUY M, HALL.
Newfane, July 10, 1B9J. 28-30
QECOND-1IAND PIANO FOR BAI.K.-OcaJd, bat
not lond. tone: netarr.; price & Inquire at
Ckeucjr Claw's. ma
LOWEST PRICES YET Gill
IN STRAW AND LIGHT SUMMER HATS.
THE "MASH" HAT,
Particularly adaptod to Roughing and Out-door Sports.
A NEW INVOICE OF
Fine Gold and
THE LARGEST STOCK
Flno Watch Repairing carefully dono by oxporloncotl work
men and warranted.
tr IIHHT 1IIIOII llELOtV I'OHT-OI'I'K
Watch.es, Clocks, Jewelry
Es larger than ever before. Just give his
well-filled Cases an inspection.
Until you linvo
M. T. VAN DOORN & SON'S.
HAIR BALSAM i
Tha bett and motl
economical luir tlrci-
aiof . and raad from g
tnateruu Uiat are ben-
eftcul to tho hair and E
Uolwm u hizuy es
lor tts excellenca una I
It Hivtr rails to Retlon UiYobUIhI Color 1
anJ luitrata mv or CuJed hair.uclennuvter
famed and U warranted to remove dandruff and I
llcliiagol the acalp. arrcvcrtUlluifi oi tne natr.
A Sapcrlatlvi HealUi and Strtngtli Rtstortr.
If you are a mechanic or firmer, worn out with
overwork, or a mother run down by family or houe
hold duties try Parkek's Cuncir Tonic.
If you are a lawyer, minuter or btmncti man ei
hausted by menul i train or anxloui cares, do not talcs
Ifyeu have Consumption, Dytpepsla, Rheuma
tism, Kidney or Urinary CompLunts, or if you are
troubled with any difcoruer of the lungs, atonucb,
bowels, blood or nerves, you can te cured by Pa tit.
xa'iGwcax Tonic. ItuUieCreatestUloMPunfier
Aid thi Best sod Surest Cough Curt Ever Used.
If you are wasting away from ace. dissipation or
any disease or weakness and require a stimulant take
Ginger Tonic at once ; it will invigorate and build
you up from the first dose but will never Intoxicate ,
h has saved hundreds of lives; it may save yours.
III5COX & CO., HI WUlUm St., Xw Yeik. He u4
Ci talltr ft! 1 ititt U Bs4Wlj.i.
GREAT SAVINS DCYINO DOLLAR SIZE.
Its rich and Ustine fracrance has made this
delightful perfume exceedingly popular. There
li ao thing like It Insist upon hiving FLoaas
tom Co LOCK and look for signature of
on every bottle. Any druggist or denier in per.
fumery can supply you. tj and 75c sues.
LARGS FA VI NO BUYING tie. fttZE.
AflU ULUUU aVUKlrl&K.
Thlt new Remedy la compounded
from the beat known curativca, auch aa
Hops, Malt Extract, Cascara S a grade
(Sacred Bark), Buchu. Dandelion and
able Aromatic Elixir,
Thcae Remediea act udod the Liver.
I mey act upon ine nioneya.
Thev Reffulate the Dowels.
1 They Quiet the Nervoua System,
I They Promote Digestion, 1
Thev Nourish. Strengthen
I They filvo Tone, Health and Energy.
J HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
are th. ORIOINAL and ONLY BIT-I
Tina containing: Malt acxtrtct.
Atlf vajf Drue. lit fnr tti.m. anil tw. aura 1
i mat ma udci oaa on ti in lour woiaa
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
I la lugs red Utters.
tZTTwe no other.iU
At Wholesala and RetaU ty all dealers.
VOCWiaTEB MEDICINE CO.,
liochtuer, . Y,
Carriages for Sale.
I keep constantly on hand nt my
stand, opposite American House,
In Drattloboro, now nnd second
hand TOP WAGONS, mndo by the
host bulIderH nnd for salo at low
JOHN L. KAY.
NECK-WEAR JUST IN.
GLOVES - LACE SHIRTS.
OpposMo tho Anicricnn llouso.
I UJJU UJ.J.MJ KJ.U I JJAi. IIXAJLIJUJ
IN WINDHAM COUNTY.
examined (Iioso nt
THE BEST REMEDY
Diseases of tbe Throat and Lungs.
JtirTtriV In disease, of tlio put.
ill isixv mouarv orcain a afe
nml rellabln rcmetly la
Ciikiirv rtxTOHAi. la
sncli a reiiHily, nnd no
its llw conlWIenco vt
the public. It U a scl
cntllic combination ot
the lueiliclnal princi
ple!, ami curative vir
tues ot Hie Illicit drugs,
rlipmii'iillv united, of
1 such (XJU'er as to inauro
flJ! IHc!ency and uuiforui-
rrT"nrn nj ltvol results. ItstrlKcs
1 Urtrtaj. ot ti,0 loiindatlou of all
pulmonary diseases, affording prompt relief
and rapid cures, aud is adapted to patients of
any ase or either sex. UeiuR very palatable,
the youngest children take it readily. In
nrdiuarv Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat,
llronrliltis, Intlitctizn, Clergyman's
Sore Throat, Astluim, Croup, unil Cu
turrh.ihe effects of Avkxi'j Ciiliiiiv I'ec
tomai. aro maRlcal, ami multitudes are an.
nuall) preserveil from serious illness bv its
timely and faithful use. It should bo kept
at hand in every household for the pro
tection it affords iu sudden attacks. In
Whooping -couph aud Consumption
there is no other remedy so efficacious,
eootlilii". and helpful.
Imw prieei are inducements to try somo of
tiie many mixtures, or syrups, made of cheap
aud ineffective- ingredients, uon offered,
which, us they contain uo curative qualities,
cjn afford only temporary relief, and are
sure to deceive and disappoint the patient.
Diseases ot the throat and lungs demand
active nml effective treatment ; and it is dan
gerous experimenting with unknoivu and
cheap medicines, from the great liability that
these diseases may, while so trilled with,
become deeply seated or incurable. Use
Aykii's CiiEititv I'lXTOitAt., anil you may
confidently expect the best results. It is a
standard medical preparation, ot known and
acknowledged curative power, ami is us
cheap as its careful preparation and tine
ingredients will allow. Kmiuent physicians,
know lug its composition, prescriltu it iu their
practlcu. Tho test of half u ceutury has
proven Its absolute, certainty to euro all pul
monary complaints not already beyond the
reach of human aid.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
I'rnvtlcal nmt Aunlytlcul Chemists,
SOLD Br ALL ImCQClSTS LVKIirWUBRX.
It you are in want cf a Mowing Machine, of Ihe
lightest draft, strong, and with hot little wear, hoy
THE NEW MODEL BUCKEYE.
It will pleaeo yon.
A BUGGY WAGON,
New or second hand, I baro tliem for yon.
IF VOV WAXT
A NICE ORGAN,
Call on no and I trill do yon good.
? ion wjlut a kick
You all know where to get it I
BKATTLEBORO, TUESDAY, JULV 25th.
Second Year of the Great Compact
V. T. HAIINUM, .1. A. JIAIIiEV and J. L. HUTCHINSON, Solo Owners.
Our Tents are Twice as Large as any Pavilions
Eror mndo, no nwiorled by tho mnVcr nml nilnilltcil liy ftll uliowmon. Thoy coyfr tho Ilarnnm
nnil IonJon Shown, TWO Enormous Mt'imgerlon, TIIltEK 0IU0USE3 in Thrco Itlneii, Hip.
pOdromo In Hntf-MIlo ll&cltig Track, Museum of LIVINO 0UKI0SITIE8. '
Oiiwho..bro(nMkll.tQ..,nof Eag'fttid,.hor. children aud Cradcbildron bavo ridden
hundreds of limes.
As much UrKlr lhan any other li;Ug elephant in captivity tis tha lHrnura lAiidon fibow Is
)I(10i:it than any other show no matter how pretentious.
NO OTHEK SHOW EXHIBITS EXACTLY
Elephants 22 Elephants
No other dozen Bhows combined daro claim Ton Living Delicate GirafTos. It bas twieo
as big a Zoological Collection a more Gorgeous and Sun dazzling 1'urade, ten ' times over.
Moro and Hotter Horses. Nearly double ns mauy lUilroad Cars nnd Tents, and Twice as
Large. Every Wild lieast and Animal a lluity. Every act demonstrates the highest grade
of perfection, and to compare any other to this Magnificent and Mammoth and Massive Mod
ern Exhibition Monarch is as Impossible as to tnistako radiant sunshine for thadowy Moon
beams. BABY ELEPHANT.
Nursing every fow Minutes. Now Throo Months Old.
10 Open Lairs ef WildlleasU in the Streets, their Koeptrs In their M!d-t. 6
20 All-Gold Chariot Cages overflowing with Animals, and a Menagerie Led Lrxwo in the
Parade, together with tho Lnrgcst Zoological Display under tho Sun.
Barnum's Famous Itomnn Hippodromo Usees,
3 Oircuios lu 3 lliugs, and Only Travelling Museum of Wonder Marvels, in which Is seen
HUUSTAD, tho Norway Giant, 4-Legged Girl, She-Man, Chinese Ktbel Dwarf, SmallostMsn
Allvo.lZulu Men, Mother and Babios, Fat Beauties, Skeleton Men, two Wild Moti of Bornro,
Tho publio lovo him because) ills word is his bond, and ho always exhibits preolsely what
ho advcrtlsos. Remember tho Unparallelod Ovation accorded Him and His Partners last
year, and get ready to sea it repeated this.
TWO GRAND PERFORMANCES EVERY DAY,
At 1 nnd 8 r. u. Doors opon ono hour earlier.
Avoid tho Crowd on tho Grounds, nnd Purchaso Tickets at tho Vacant Boom, Brooks
Houso Block, tha day of tha Exhibition, at tho usual slight advance Splendid Seats and
Boom for 20,000 People. Every ltatlroad runs Low-rato Excursion Trains at Oroitly Itoduo.
od Bates. Admission tho Same as to an Ordinary Show.
IVPaaiUvclj. no jTresi Tlcbrta to Ausliotlj.11
KEENE Monday, July 21
GUEENFIELD, . . . . , . Wednesday, July 26
Tho Mnstodon Klophnnt, .IUM110I
Greatest Living Hhowman, HAIINUM I
HIGGEST SHOW ON EARTH 1
Thr. riilir llirllrlll.li Ilrnrt. lbs
1IICC!I:T ELEPIUXI or .T1AHTO.
DOX or nbatn.r lie In or
om or CuptlTlls-.
Hin oplifted trunk reacbr a upward 21) feel I
His weight is near TEN TONS 1
His height is beyond belief I
His giant stride is over one red!
JUMBO, tbo Tel of ltoyalty.
JUJfllO, thorridoof America.
JU3TIIO, tbo Friend of Children.
tTUMUO, Irtltt-rbmd villi bin Ticlurc.
JUMllQ, in tho IlIuKtrnUrt Papers.
tTCStllO, after whom they nanio Ii.ilics.
tTUMUO, Larger than any a Elephants.
JlT3IltO, and tho liarnum Hippodromn.
fl'3lllO, and tbo Giants and Dwarfs.
JUMIiO, and Ihe cunning Ilaby Elephant.
JUMHO, and all tho Living Curioiliis.
JUMltO, and .1 Circuses iu 3 Kings.
tTUMUO, and Huge Menageries.
JUMHO. tbo !ot Viipular liruto Alive.
JUMIIO, and the Biggest Show on Earth.
tTUMUO, without Extra Charge.
tTUMUO, rallies from Every Neighbor
bood. tTUMHO, Excursions ou All lUilroads.
On Exhibition, iu addition to tho lloruan Hip
podrome, 3 Circuses in 3 ltings, 2 Enor
mous Menageries, and a Superb Col
lection of Wonder Marvels.