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Fitchburg Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1879, Fitchburg, Massachusetts VOL. NO 208. JANUARY 1879. PRICE 2 CENTS. THE DAILY 8MNTLWJSL r. at 387 MA.UST STKJBHT. IN L 6 9 XMteerwise fOtftttratk will L. N. and TTOtf 194 M door bulow tlr I -ItEMO WILLIS CLARK. iO of a sir ALL A cASPKtfTsirs if xir BLOCK No. 162 Main Street FOB IT P. Machinist Model Mafcftt Guns Pistols Newton Lsma. PIANOS ORGANS and Revoked For Bale On eiwr monthly old ustrttmenta taken m exchange. STOOLS and COVERS 01 Latest Styles. Agent for tbe celebrated fe aTfltn m SeraVtRMs and Secondhand InstrnniiBnls'lib.OO and j. t. MQtft WltUB. W. Bd4 Aowriean House. W F. PUMFTOR Repnsente some ot the INSURANCE COMPANIES Inmraaee to auj esOet efibcfeTu eompanles at Air Losses adjusted and paid at my fltohbarr Bank Bleak. dtf mo LET FOR A TEBM OP 1 house on Mt Veraoo Stoee deuce of Mrs. M.R .Marshall. DaVooBulT a In. ftdtf O. latofMt- T. K. Wdtf rblbek rbrfl. rok Houses and Tene- to Bent In- Savings Bank. nutt Now Is tbe time to get Bjlbfcpfuat And TrlmnlapofaU kinds. In Latest A. A. Buxtonty 190 MAIN In Paper 003d tf mgtngs. Window te. It.. -pOLLSfOXE NATIONAL BAWK The annual of Mir of the Hollstooe NaMonaT of......... be held at their the 14th da for the eiefcWar-DlftjgRrsf or. aad fur Uw at atfrrotr bus- iness that may tofallT nrnw bwfore the nvQMIng t M OaeUer distd NATIONAL of Rank N ai tteir banklDg rooms on the ifthday of Jan- M eJbetloB for fear ter UM- tranaanlon of any other buainru that may r at 3 o'clock r.n. for tte eleettev oomebefor em. IOA QajkleB. Dealerte all 8. WiTCHMiEEB. m Ttfjfc 3 r. MA8B. All of Clocks and Jewelry re- palrtTptomptly. Jldftviy YOU HAVE And No A Sblpmant of Mintxt F. E. EAIRBANJffit. CO A L OPPOSITE FITCHBURB. A MONTHLY MAGAZINE TO THE INTERESTS OF PRIMARY AND In ITS WRITERS are selected from among tbe most successful Teachers and Authors hi the and It Is edited by E. an able and e able success attending Its first year's work was largely due to sMUtr qC ttni wfters artongjwnotn Mrs. LOUISA P. L. B Gutter f A- HAL. qox L. W. J. W. H. HOOSE. ELKANOB MAS. UABT P. Coir tfiss H. N. Miss P. BABT- Hf KKMtBBf Bj D.V11CK aM PUBLISHED on the 15th of each ten months In the year. almost unlreraal O. W. Kansas. 'Deserving of highest C.E. S. ITS PRICE Is One Dollar per in ad- With JOCBKAt OF BogOATTOlT niui wirvajinir vf awmrxuif with THE JotTRNAi and GOOD copies money byT. oTOrder or Beglstergd Address TflOS. W. TRAL1 Hottest Tbe Best Arnmgem't. Also a fnU line of M AGES STANDARD Tor. oland aoooessor to A. A. Spear 941 Fitchburg. FOR THE HOLIDAYS. What may be found at E. H SPENCER'S to Present your Ladies1 Seal Muff and Gloves Ladies' Im'tn Seal Muff ft Boa Mens' Seal Caps and Mens' Imitation Seal Caps ft Collars ft Kid Gloves and Mitts for Men and Ladies. All of the most fashionable HATS and Blankets and Lap Bobes. Don't Fail to call at 853 Main Street. LYDIA E PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE CONFOUND IS A POSITIVE CUBE for all those Complaints and 'Wjpaknaaea collar to Women. City mm Yard AND Steam Mills. M. Wholesale ABatail Dealer in Native and Southern THE BEJST. THE and NEW EECEIVED THE HIBHE8T AS TfiE Journal IH TWB WORLD. BIIILEW MATERIAL BilndsA Window On Hand and made to order. ___ Weekly Educational In any Language. GOOD MONTHL An Original Dl For Senooii It Is devoted eAd V THOS. W. Botton. Associate JHUCKETT. New York. It'H. BuFFNER. Virginia. T.. HARK Missouri. f HON. JOHN California. B. Georgia. With the in. the Country tit Contributors. Just the paper need- aodFeooromend- nllliest aulUpnues in the country Its ants cover eVwy part of Educational High and ome Training. TERMS FOB 1879. in OOD and other JrfiiMt.imt and Wltn GOOD aud PKIMARY 3.0O 3.0O Day Vor HU aod Concerto. A'eiv and For BUMlon Hindi It on labJecU of MUnionary InterestTwil Quarterly ana annual Mlssloaes Ooid-Watrr It ofTfe material For Parlor Literary and of the highest order. Mm M U c. 'II OO av t -fctfSIF 98 nil m hy p o Order or tend all tNUli A- 'BIMA Splandid HoUdAjr 3.50 money by P 0 Order or Registered sen copies of above Publica- W. BICKVKL.L. W Stioot Boston SALEM LEAD COMPANY. Warranted FURM WHITK kM wn throughout England the oo L tAD from 3S to 8 Inches tor or thickness. goods of equal rer. Mass THE TRUE or Large assortment of GLAZING and PAINTING done promptly. PACKING BOXES made and delivered. Jig Turning and all Mill at reasonable rates. LUMBER by tbe CAB LOAD furnished at very low rates. Call before amine prleesand quality of.tut STOCK In city or vicinity. of L. Barnes ft and Davis Burlington NOBTH NEAB MASS. THE Scientific American. THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. The most Popular Scientific Paper in the World. Only SO A Inrlndlnj Weekly. a rear. 4.OOO Book THF SC ll-'M ff K AV I 111 KllSt- Ol.iss nf Hlitwn printed In the iip-imlfnl fith itplfndid murst inMiiiluriH and the most recent I ArM the Hurt Inrludlne and InU notliijt li In AgricultU Hor- I tlcnlliirf Hnnif Hfalih Miylical Hlntorv Oooloiry trononn I IIP most valuable paperB by eminent hi all or Sol ence will fnuml in Scientific American year II W half which lo Htnirlp Sold all ho r to...... York. Thore are thousands of women now Uvi the United In who before LTQIA K. IINKHAM'S Vegetable Com had been Invalids for and had tried vain- ly and Ineffectually all the resources of medical art wblch physicians of different schools could summon to their aid. The Sufferings of Women Uterine Diseases are not but when properly treated they yield kindly to medication as the disposition of all such affections Is to get nothing being needed but proper medical assistance to encourage the forces of recuper- ation to overcome the assaults of disease. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S Vegetable Is a positive cure for those painful complaints and weaknesses peculiar to women. It restores the blood to Its natural directs the vital power strengthens the muscles of tbe ana lifts it into its acd gives It tone and so that the cure Is radical and entire. It strengthens the back arioTplevlc It gives tone to the whole nervous sys- U restores displaced organs to their nat- ural position. That feeling of bearing causing weight and Is always permanently cured by its use. The who before could walk bnt a few and with great can. after the use of this wslk several miles without dis- comfort. If and moves troys all craving for and relieves weakness of the stomach. It will cure entirely the worst forms of Falling of the Uterus. Leu- Painful Inflammation or It Is a great help In and relieves pain during labor. For the cure of Kidney com- plaints of either sex this compound Is unsur- passed. FEMALE so common to our best female are generally manifested by the restless sansatlon of the patient. The stomach and nervous System are all sympathetically diorder- ed In most diseases of the uterus. There is also a heavy pain constantly felt In the lower portion of the or a severe burning and sharp pain that Is almost a sore- ness through the publs or lower portion of the and through the upper portion of the nausea in the stomach Is of frequent pain and giddiness of the a sense of contusion or and constant running from one or both eyes sometimes fol- lows as a sympathetic symptom of diseased and with the weakness of the muscles there is a constant bearing-down a pulling from the bowels that renders It very painful to walk or stand for any length of tune. It Is impossible for a after afalthfu course of treatment with this .to JY1KTUI IT BULL BI UilsM BT AI.TOI OABY. 4a I It is weU and nrv-waUr------.....- When all the hoarded bopes at Are smelted In life's crucible To the last blttarnMi ot toff. sands of women to-day cherish grateful remem- btances of the help derived from the use of this remedy. LYDIA PINKHAM'B Cure Constipation. and Torpidity of the These Pills are especially adapted to tho needs of the Stomach and the derangement of which they prevent and cure. They are excel- lent in conjunction with the Vegetable Com- especially In those cases where the com- plaints that are peculiar to women are attended with Constipation and a sluggish Liver. In ca-es these Pills enable the Vegetable Com- pound to do its work more speedily and effect nally. They are purely and perfect- ly harmless. _________ These remedies are prepared by Lydla E. Lynn. who will freely an- swer all letters of inquiry. Six Bottles of.the Vegetable Compoundaent by aipreas on receipt of lido. Pllis sent byttafl onrecelptof gfoft. Address LYDIA POTEHAK Western Enclose Stamp for Circulars. _ SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. HOLIDAY GD01IS. H GREAT VABIETT. ROBERT M. JONES. J. continues to supply the .for those Popular So at the Old unde the American Housefwhere you can find a full line of Smoker's Articles. Ittdtf Silk A NICE AT C. ALBEE OD.'S. L P KinREDGE Includes copleB tcnreniH postal o I'Ark Kow all ho-i Mt v.V A o Publish I IVlMlUfl American MPSMM MVN'' A fn ATP Kolu itnri of Amen' and Forrljfn Pilents 14 ju'rtfnre and nnw the Isrgi-prt In the Patenu arc obtained on terms A li In thf IhWMijrh thii Airenry with immf and rex nrc o Die By latlon th u ghpti. publlr aiientlon IH to V oi tho and dalei or Intro irilon ''adlly enecWHi Any person who namnadf1.1 01 can of er a patent oan probably be by writ- Ing to the unrter.slKndd We also send our Hand Book aawl tbe Patewt eoeu. aul how with nuts for procuring advances on Address for tbe or concern- ing mrinr oo.. ft7 mew. K. T. Branch Cor. F 7th Ms.. D. 0. 159 Main Street. Keeps Flrnt Clasi makes Goml Warrants HtUiiR all attlio Lowest Possible Give me a call and Leave your Orders. nasdtf The Line Silk llofldkerchif AT L. 0. A .BEE Slope the long shadows of the oiflht. The words are and very twees. eventide it shall be light enough to Aorou a cold onanswerlDf How bwutUnl our to. la the immortal life they dear wipe UM awaf From the pale and faded Think how the bloMomlng of loay Comes back upou the wintry bough Think how when the ihower Is And left thn clouds all And hold to the good promise eventide It be CHARITIES AND BKNUtMI. Gov. Talbot's So much hta boon wriHen and -apofeMT about the ao diverse have the and so bitter the controvert toat I hive felt much embamfameM lo approaching this topic fal inquiry and much reflection I tavsj reached conclusions which seem to OM practicable. They result from Im- pressions and convictions natarally at- tending a view of the subject from a bad- ness and though they may bo Imperfect they are at least mainly In harmony with the recorded opin'ons of the board of State charities. Let me say first that It IB that the bickerings and jealousies In tfcla department should cease. The pects of every officer not only loyalty to but cordial co-operation with his associates. Friction not only redncea the bat finally mint the machine. There most be complete and throughout the department There must be somewhere a light to involving the duty to obey. In thus I mean no reflepttpu on the whose unpaid for many years have contributed to larfely to the good repute of to a better knowledge of the methods of dealing with the dependent i WoUHhg at great have saved the State large sums of and show a record comparlngjnosL wUh one or two both In the number of dependants and the cost of the the figures of twenty years ago. But even they must know that the cumbiou and old fashioned which has hindered them so should glre way to newer and more effective contrivances. The parts are too too ami too costly to run. There must oe none simplicity and therefore we must have consolidation. Economy demands efficiency requires It ft essential to and laorofora to success. Bat I need not argue the the change Is needed. The board ap- proves of Its officers admit tho public expects then let It come. Bat let it be made with all wisdom aod oat. and with due regard to the and warnings of practical lest the remedy prove worse than the disease. In any attempt to reduce our charita- ble expenses the objective point U UM source of the outlay. This is ths pres- ence of public dependants legally chaff- able to the 8 tale. Two methods of re- lief occur to me. The first follows earnest recommendation of Gov. Andrew to extend the laws of so to distribute equitably among the and leave to municipal ins' larger portion of this ths to revise the laws in relation to the re- moval of strangers The remainder. would be so small as to require little ma- chinery or expense for their control and maintenance. The Legislature can if It the direct grants made to snndry in- stitutions and it alone can lessen the rate of board of lunatics. As the three old hospitals are more than self-support and as the State has furnished their building and most of their land equip- ment. I recommend tbat this rate be re- duced to 13 per week. This will relieve the State of tie paymt it of at least per annum and tfco towns of about more. In any it will ba necessary to make a special appropriation for the cur- rent expenses of the Danvers ItiMIc which will more than offhet aajr saving to the State treasury that may be fleeted In the other hospitals. Many excellent citizens have long feft great ou accouui of iba al- leged facilities for committing aid de- taining sane persons In lunatic boftpliaU for illegal purposes. This Bnda expression m an and persistent call fora commission on lunscy White I do not altogether share their es- pecially as to our public under their preseut mien It In certainly wise to mnko sure ot softie ZuarJs. At the umound mind so con- stantly from 01 accompanies an unsound 'unary. IN a public qun- has i cliise i Ion wlUi tbe tub eel of Ihe p ibllc hfft'th hr dlsrysioi the pubic ma hardly be at from ihe coadlUoa of wliru- AanlUry n-glwt Is al- ways breodlDK epldttmlr. n be for by public ohar- ty- The clone rf latlon uf these ihree sub- of mich vital has seg- to evpedlencv ot cosim t- them to strooc aid aeqelremente. I eevfol illiklu tbat the ooaetstt sad bom- of UM tkree esjbjeote toffether will lead to more aosf rate ead tory and I MB very eoaJdesu I
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