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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1882.
Wan were ttie dew-dropa on ot an.t llly ,
llark waa tlie Kanlcn, atul dainp waa tlie etone.
liere tlironsh the mMnlKht, elowvaaalng and clilllr.
Jeaua lo lorrow keit vlgll alone,
Echoed the rocVa io the ctj of hla angulah,
Cold lo Ihe ronnit fell llie mil of hla pln.
How could tliey lcave hlm ao bnrdened to langulah.
Little tt lcctned, but an hour, to awaken,
Waken and walt, hlle llie Mnater tn prajer.
llpf olale, aijrnlod, weU-nlgh foraaken,
rtought of Me Father lielp from deapa'r,
Flrat when they aliimberwt, he tendorlf bengcd Uiem,
tlenltj reiiroachfnl, lo wettli and to prajr !
Jiow, M lf cut to ttie heart to IwhoU tliein,
Sleeplng Rnew, he tnrna Mllf away,
Oft aa we ponder tMhaemaiie'a eiory,
Oft m we thlnk of our Ma.ter alone,
Come to oiir I'trtta ttis gloom and tlia jttory ,
All Intermlngled of garden an d throne,
K'en In hla heart-break, the heal and tlia dear. at,
Kallod hlm i but we. ln our mldnlglit of ncod,
Ever ahfcll flnd hlm llia aultteat and neareet,
Ue, tlia unnlwplng, our aoul cry w 111 hred,
Hoit lo Mnko tlio HnMmth ricnsnnt.
It u one of my trlals that our S&bbatlis
wero so unpleasant. The tlay was looked
forward to as a wearlness, and we were al
waya elad nheu It was over. Now, I wislied
i' i .i... r t i i
U) ulnKO me utiy uuw Ul jnenoaui. ica. nuu
enlojment, but whero should I begin ? I
did tiot know. I was sure II any one knew
it must be Aunt Jlarearet, eo 1 askecl taer,
Iler first Inquiry was, whether I allowed my
children to look at flowers Sabbath day 1
She smiled when I exprcssed surprlse at her
?ueatlon, anil added, " I suspccted as much ;
do not belleve you have anytliing prelty
or them to look at. 1 oat 19 ttie secret 01
a great deal of trouble. I wlll explain i
"Itwas a beaullful brlght iuortilng ln
June tbat the Incldeut took place to whlcli
I refer. A refreshlng shower had fallen the
night before, and bathcd every tree and
flower and blade of trreeu. so that they
seemed to havo put on their best attlre to
lielp swell the cliorua ot praiae wmcn wouia
arlse from holy, happy heart?, for the
blcsaed day of rest. So wo walked on,
whlle nelgbbors and frlenda excbangcd
klndly greetings by the way.
" We passed a house almost htd among
cllmbing roses j a garden was before It bor
dered with sweet double pinks, witli the
blue and white irlg, thesweet-wllliams, wlth
liero and there a late tullp, and clusters ol
ladies' dellghU were sprinkled all over it,
and I could not but tliluk it was a rich gifl
from God to Adam, when ho gave the
tlowers to cheer hlm in hia banlshment. At
I was thinking thu., a little girl lnterrupted
my meditatlons by calling out, 'Oh,
mother I mother I do look at those flowtrs 1
Turning upon her a look of mlnglej mortl
flcatlon and reproof, she only said, Mlush,
my cblld j you must not look at flowers Sab
" If she bad struck her, I do not tliink I
should have been more surprlsed ; and I aiu
certain' it would have hurt her less. 1
could not get over the itnpresslon for a long
time. You muat not look at flowers Sab
bath day,' I repeated over and over again,
trying to make it appear that I had misun
derstood. " It 1s strange to me that what God has
jolned together, any one should try to put
asunder. Why, what a lesson Christlan pa
rents mlght learn trom the example of Je
sus. Their waut of success is not to be
wondered at when the means used are taken
into consideration. The cares and employ
ments ol every day lile the birds and the
flowers, the ilocks and the trees, were all
used as illustrations of dlvine truth, and
made to shadow forth the relatious whlch
we sustain to our Heavenly Kather. Now
this is not the common method. Our reli
gion and its duties we tako entirely out ol
our usual experience, and boldit up so high
that we hardly see ourselves, much less oui
children. We have one tone ol voice to
epeak about the great love of God to us, and
another, much more joyous and pleasant,
that is called up when our earthly Iriends
are the themea upon whlch we grow elo
quent. We can talk about the llon ers and
nature generally, and become warm about
their beauties, butwe must not take the fra
grant bouquet on the Sabbath, and examin
ing petal after petal, tell our children hou
God has made them so beautitul, so f ragrant,
because he loved us, and wished us to love
him and be happy.
" I knew a young inan who was studying
theology, and on just such a Sabbath morn
Ing as I have described, he was walklng out
with a friend, and when hls attention was
directed to thescene, fair as Kden, he looked
a moment, and llien, with a sigh, raised the
prayer, ' Iord, turn ofl my eyes from behold
Ing vanity.' I am certain he grew up in one
of those families where they did ' not look at
flowers on the Sabbath day.' A child who
can understand very little of the Bible, can
read whole sentences from the book of na
ture, which was God's first book
" But uow let us come back to our sub
iect. There is such a thing as having a
horao without silver fpoons or carpeted
floors ; but there is no such thing as a hoine,
a happy home, without a Bible and a Sab
bath ; a Bible, whose principles ehall be the
controlling power in the family, and a Sab
bath whlch shall be a day of eacred rest a
blessed antltype o that rest which shall be
the Christlan s portion hereafter, when all
the poirers which Infinite Wisdom has given
him in delighted unison, shall joyfully and
lorever praise and love God.
" Now, how and where shall we begin?
Not in the sanctuary but in the family.
The regeneration of the world is tobeac
complished by the inlluence of Christlan
homes. When each family shall be a
church, the millennlum will begin to dawn ;
and thus family piety is to be brought
about by the intelligent study and love for
the Word of God and a proper observance of
the Sabbath. To aid, I would ever have u
Bible yes, a tamlly lilble and one with
engravings, too. oi smile, but I am iu
earnest. If the parents have not owned one
before they came into this relatioo, the first
care should be to furnish tliemselves with
one, so tbat it can be used when the intel
ligence of the child wlll allow it to be done.
" This Bible is to be the Sabbath book.
Its engravings are not to be shown on other
days, but to be held in speclal reserve, so
that they and the facts which they illus
trate shall be among the earliest and most
pleasant recollections of chlldhood. The
parents ought to be so familiar with them
that they can fill out ln detail raany a
story, the outlines of whlch are only given
there. Then I would have pictured cards
illustrating moral and religious truth, whlch
should bo among the employments ol the
Sabbath, and these should be designed to
call out the blgher feelings of the child's
nature. If this is done until they become
strengthened by exercise, a great work has
been accomplished toward inakiug children
what they ought to be. The records of the
church ehow that children can be so trained
that, as among the Waldensos, they shall
not be able to remember the time when they
did not love God.
"Another instrumentality which may
help to make the Sabbath pleasant is to
have ' a day of preparatlon ' for it. All the
ccoking may bedone beforehand, so that no
more time will be taken than one would wish
to spare l they had vlsitors. Jly best room
is always open on that day, adorned with
flowers when posslble, and all have free ac
cess to it. You may think this a small mat
ter, but it has an inlluence. Slnglng and
reading, sultable books and pictures, with
the company and conversation of parents Is
treat euough for any well regulated family.
Neither husband nor myself ever felt at 11 b
erty to devote hour after hour to reading,
when our little children were too small to
interest themselres. We could, and often
have takea care of them separately, but our
time for reading and conversation was
usually after they had gone to bed."
" But, Aunt Margaret, allow me to inter
rupt you. Have you not planned work
euough at home to last all day? Do you give
up publio worshlp and the faabbath-school?
" Not at all. I only make them subservi
eut to a hlgher claltn. But if you mean
to ak lf 1 attend church three tlines,
and the Sabbath-echool besides, I should eay
No,' at once. The day was given for rest,
and my conviction Is, those peisons who go
to church three limes, attend the Sabbath
echool, and perhaps the inorniug prayer.
meeting, do not improve the Sabbath to the
best advantage. I have talked with many
persons on this subject, and they confeased,
that iustead of belng refreshed and Invigor
ated, they were consclous of a stupor whlch
is the result of extreme weariness. You see
now, I thlnk, what my Ideas and plans are.
I do not know but you will thlnk me sadly
"My endeavor Is to glve a child as much
employment as Is pleasant j to surround it
with jiosltlve agreeable assooltlons to uso
its eyes and ears as medlumaof instructiou.
Iu order to do this, I begin on the day of
preparatlon. The family Bible Is lu walt
ing. Then we have our cardn, our maps,
oursacred geogtaphy, by which they be
come familiar with thetravelsof the Siviour
lu the laud of 1'alestlue, our slnglng, devo
tloual exercises, and reoitatlons, whlch
leaves no time to hang lieavlly. llanpy
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uu IBw' W fl; iBf, MkSl z3
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OEOIK1E O. 8TKKKTKE,
OllAMI ItAl'lUH, llicit
YflltNfl IfAV MII Olllf
l. tauui4l a t4
thi: liAitricsT or wiiono.
fjomaa Iftdan wltb lu grlef
And llka K pent'iip algh,
Whlch aaarrhaa for rallpf.
Ro wronRH, aocntanlating long,
Xovr, llka randora'a toi, ara onA at laat I
And, 'mld tha langtiUr and tha aong.
Ii hrard ahora tha blMtt
A crr for venKeanca on tha arrlng, alaln
llj that whlch la tlia natlon'a hana.
Our conntri'a aorant foa.
9tlll anmida Ita rootn ao dwp,
Whtle rmrlng nanght but woa,
An IhoiiMndn wall and wecpl
0 f'rcrdom, wakan t ct onca niora,
And oVr aarli hcArtli
Unfurl thjr hannpr brlght I
Tlll from onr ahoro
Tlili bllglit ot aarlh
Roll, llka ponifl liorrld nlght,
Wlth ileadljr gore,
And riaaa w 1th groanlnga all awajr.
Then ntrlka tlia hrdrn-hrftded nionittar anra,
Whlch polftona wlth Ita fanga aarh day
Mrra wlikh wara good and pura.
On to tha confllct ara tha day ba paaaed.
Htrlka tlll Iha dciiton dloa at lnatl
l'or jcl there conirth itlll
From hearta howrd down wlth wrong
And a alrong, pleadlng crr
"llowlong? O Lordt how long r' Stteeted.
Tlic Ti'iniicraiico Oiitlook.
During the past twenty yeara I have fre
qucntly dlscusseil tho varyfng aapects of the
temperance reform. I.lke every other moral
movement it liai lta ebb and llow, Ita hlgb
tidea and low tldea ; and these fluctnatlons
are more tnatked in this country than in
Great llrltaln, because the Americans are
more Impulslve than the Anglieans and are
as thorough, aystematlc, and perslstent in
their organlzed phllanthropies. We go too
much by spurts. They excel us ln the long
and strong pull.
WHhln a twelre month there has been
conslderable dlscusslon in these colnmns in
regard to the success or fallure of prohlb
itory laws. My observatlon has been that
the success of every effort to suppress tlp-pllng-houses
by law depends entirely upon
the publio senliment of the speclal locality.
In their practlcal working there is very lit
tle dllTerencebetweenwhat is called "entlre
prohlbltion " and what Is known as "local
optlon." In Jlalne and Vermont stringent
prohibltory law exlsts. Those laws are en
I orced in every clty, village, or rural dlstrlct
where there is a temperance sentlment
strong enough to elect maglstrates who wlll
put the laws Into ezecution. Wherever the
Iriends of order and morality fail asleep,
the enemy steals a marcb on them, elects
weak-backed maglstrates, and a righteous
law is practically nullifled. In the stato of
New lork a system of local optlon Is In
virtual practice very widely. Wherever
local olTicers are elected who aro ln favor of
llcensing drinklng-houses the deatructiro
trsfllc goes on unhindered. Where there is
virtue enough to choose boards of ezcise
who will refuse licenscs, the liquor traflic is
outlawed. In many townships of New
York there Is at present a practlcal pro
hibitlon of dram-selling and not a slngle
open drani-shop is vislble. Names are but
sbadows. What Is most to be desired is the
fubstantial extinction of the grog-shop,
whether it be under a nominal statute of
prohlbltion or a nominal licenso law. At
the late election in Lockport the anti-license
candidates were successful by a narrow nia
jorlty ; now it remains to be sefii whether
there is virtue and vigilance enough in Lock
port to sustain their new maglstrates ln
their atteuipts to put the dram-dens under
the ban. In Oberlin, Obto, a righteous
public sentiment has exterminated the tip-pling-houses.
Tlie real reason why all at
tempts to exterminate or even to seriously
restrict the tlppling houses ln New York
City have unlformly falled is just this : An
immense majority of the population of that
huge city is tn favor of selliug and using in
toxicants. If there were as overwhelming a
majority in favor of practlcal larceny, then
all the police in the city would be unable to
protect the pocketbooks of those who carry
eucii useiui commoaities.
No stream rises higher than its fountaln.
The vltal polnt at which sound temperance
principles are to be arplied is the couscience
of the individual. Higbteous laws against
the drink traflic are eminently desirable.
When sustaiued by a powerful public senti
ment, they produce admirable results ; but
no civll enactment will prevent a man f rom
becoming a drunkard if he is fool enough to
tamper witb intoxicating drinks. Alike in
prohibltory Maine and in free-rum New
York city there is only one absolute safe
guard, and that is the practice of abstinence
from alcoholic beverages. The Tirst text
of the lirst temiterance addresses delivered
by l)r. Justin hdwards, fifty yeara ago, was
this : " The persou who never drinks liquors
can never become a drunkard." A half
century of scientific dlscusslon, of legal ex
perltneuts, and of religious efforts has never
carried us one inch bejond tbat origioal
corner-fctoue principle. ToJay the tempor.
anca reform is advauced exactly in propor
tion to the progress that is madein inducing
individual consciences to let the intoxicat
ing glass alone. Even in heroic Kansas,
where friends are making nich noble tlforta
to exterminate the dtink curse, there will
be no permanent success if they rely ou
civil law alone and discard persoual and
moral suasions. The defiance of prohibi
tion ln such communlties as I.eavenworth
and Topeka proves that already.
An article has lately appeared ln tluse
columna from the pen of tbat most excel.
lent and able man, llishon Huntington, iu
which the establishmeutof a superior gratle
of inebriate asyluins is recommeuded as the
panacea for intemperauce. The fatal difli
culty with the good bishop's plan is that it
works entirely at the wrong end. lubtead
of alming to save men, especially the young,.
from becoming inebriates, it directs Its ef
forts entirely toward thedesperate enterprise
of rescuing those who are already sots. Iu
stead of buoying the chaunel, to warn every
one from the rocks of ruin (asweteetotslers
are trying to do), he would spend bis ener
gies in endeavoring to extricate and repair
those wiio are wrecxed. suppose tuat tne
bishop were to apply this same false princi
ple to the apiritual admiuistrations of the
household and the cliurcli. what would be
come of tho diccese of Central New York ?
In hls religious methods he has sagacity
enough to use preventives to begin with
the young and to press the clalms of the
Gospel upon those who have not already
growu old and hardened in impenitenco;
but in regard tothis wldespread and ruiuous
lempiaiion 01 me ooiiie ne woum ignore
the system of preventives, and relr clilellv
ou despcrate expedients to rescue the rem-
nania 01 inose wno nave ueen rulned by tn?
bottle. Uas not the devout and learned
brother (whose volumes we delicht to read)
yet made the simple diccovery that one ounce
of preventlon la wortb a whole tou of at-
leuipteu cure t
I bave bad a conslderable experience wlth
the best-managed inebriate asylums in the
land, and a majority of those whom I have
Induced to enter the moBt Chrlstianly con
ducted institutions have afterward refapsed
into their old babits. The most pitiable
fallure I ever made waa in the case of an
accomplished young man who had once
been a student in the Kpiscopal Theological
Seminary at Alexandiia. Tuat poor fellow
became intoxicated wlthln twenty-four
hours after be waa dlscharged from l)r. llan
nlng's Christlan Home for Inebriates. I
have worked long and hard to reform drunk
ards, and in a vast majority of cases have
utterly falled. I have recelved into church
uiembersblp a conslderable number of per
sons who appeared to be entirely converted
from dfiiiklng babits; but out of the whole
number there are only two who have not,
once or oftener, relapsed into their former
sin. Iteforuiiug drunkards Is a most dilli
cult undertakiug ; but to prevent people
from becoming drunkards, by Inilucing
them to never drink at all, is as timple and
sure as acceptlng Christ is to save from iu
fldellty. The great hope of the temperance reform
to-day is witli the young. 'llie main thing
to be done is to induce them to abstaln from
all intoxlcauts. The right field for success
ful effort is in tho Sabbath-school and in
the home. It is tho province of the pareut,
tho pulpit, the teacher, and the press to in
still total abstinence priucip'es. i'very pub
lio school ought to introduce lesson books
on the nature and evils of alcohol. Kvery
church ought to have a teiuiwratice wheel
In Its machluery, I'rohlbltoiy laws are ex
celleut when well euforcedj but wheu a
man'a conscience becomes a law ot prohlbl
tion uuto himself he is safe. 'I'lii i is the
only panacea. 7', ,. Cuyler in IndtptndenU
A kootman iu St. l'atrick's proceeslon
was receutly overheard to say 1 " Iludad,
the whUkey-nellers ride the horses, but the
whltkry-dnnkers have to go afoot."
IlKHt," sajs l)T"lIubbatd Mitchell,
11 coutalns elght per ceut of alcohol aud
uluety-lwo por ceut of dirty water,"
Wlll be pald for the detectlon and conviction ol
any person lelllog or denllDK ln any boRua,
countcrlelt or Iraltatlon Hor IIittf.k, eapeclally
Dltters or prcpnrntlons wlth the word Ilor or
Ilors ln their namo or cunnected tlierewltli,
that is Intended to mlalcail and cheat the pub
lic, or for aoy pretwtratlon put ln any form, pre
tendlng to bo tho same as llor niTTEns. The
Kemilne have clnster o( OnnitN llors (notlco
thla) prlote'd on tho white htbel, and are the
pureat and beat medlclne on catth, eapeclally
for Kldney, Llver and Ncrvoua Dlaeaaes. lle
wate of all others, and of all pretended forrautas
or reclpcs of Hor Bittkiis publlahed In papers
or for aalo, as they are frauds and swlndlcs.
Whoever dcals In any hnt the genulne wlll he
proaccnted. llof Uitteiis Slro. Co.,
Itnchcator, New York.
Cures Dyspepsia, Norvous Affco
tions, General Debllity, Fever antl
Apue, Paralysis, Chronic Diarrhaa,
Boils, Dropsy, Humors.Fcmalo Com
plalnts.Livcr Oomplalnt, Remittent
Fcvcr, and all diieases originating
in a bad Stato of the Blood, or
accompanied by Debility or a low
Stato of tho System.
A Severe Sumlral Oieralioii-It la Kiulurfd
Wlthmit Tnklng Kllier-huhjrct, Mrn,
Kdnard Slyera of ltonclout, N. Y.
From th Corretpondenet of (he Kingtton, Xtw
The case of Mra. Iklward Myern, of Uondout,
New York, furnlshei nn apt Illustratlon of wo-
mAD8onerof enduranco. This lady had been
treated for month b ln the usual way for Kryripe
las of the hand, without beneflt, Not until her
hand had become a ma3 of putrefied Jleh did
ahe turn to Dr. Kennedy, proprtetor of the
" taTorlto Kerupdy, for help.
He at once loformed her that It was irapoaslble
to Bave the hand it muct be amputated. She
rccotved this terrlble Intelllgence quletly.decllned
to take ether, stlpulatlng merely to hold her
liusuand s hand uurlDg the operatlon. and un
derwent the palnful proceoa without raoving a
rauKle or ntterlnR a groan. Dr. Kennedy then
gave "Favorlte Hemedy" frcely to cleanse the
blood and prevent tho return of tho dleefli
and Mra. Myera now Hves and rejoicoa ln her
" Favorite llemedy " ia fast becoming a trusted
nonaehold friend iu all caaea of Female Weak
neta and dlfcascs of the blood. One dollar a
bottle. Yonr druggist has lt.
FOR BLOOD, BRAINANO
vrA Btrrmion wiiTiinivE mt-dt-
cnfE, nicn in piioaritATEa arVirD not
A CIIEAP, ALCOIIOUO DIiIKK..J lUffhly
reoommondoa bj CbomlaU and Phyilolan u
A POSIT1VE TONIC, ALWAYS
ACCEPTADLE AND RELI ABLE
u lt doca not itimulAte the br&ln or Irrtuto
tho eykUem and leavo dolctcrloui eflbct. Oa
theoontrary. ltrurnlshei Juet that whlch ls
noecMary to the braln. atrenetheiu and quiota
the nerven, puriflca the heart'a blood, and
thereby makca cnly tho beet fleh, bono and
nnticle. v Jt worka wondera, rurlTur
M;II01 h and GILM.RAI. IH:ilIMTV,
MALAIIIA, 1 M'Kl'SIA, l.NNOJIMA.
Produoea a healthy actlon of tho IUver and
Kldney. fortlTylnfc tho ayitom agaLrut the
mlaamatia lnnucncci, and wlll befoundln
valuableln all pulmonary and bronchUldim
CUltlCB. DEL1CATB FEMALEfl, NU118INO
MOTllEllfl and WEA1CLY C1I1XDREK can
Und no remedv equal to thla liralthful blood
and norvo food tonlo. tVFor iale by all Drujr
KlaU. f 1,00 per botUs. Prepared only by
Offlco 10 1'ark riacc, New York City.
BTRUTHS FOR THE SICK.S
For thoBe dcathlt
DLUoua nelli. do-l
Ladlea la dellcato
bcaitb, who aro all
ncnd oa fcL'LrnuiJnindown.
lUlTTOlS, it tvw curc
byiislnfrfrinrrt limciia will
Oncrattvps veha nri :
Stho milla antl work
lnTia Ptnrt-ri nhJ
blood when you lecpl
Ita lmTitiTl(la iiirt.!
do not procuro Euf-I
Qclcnt cjcerciao, and
intr throuirh tho ekln
ln rimplcs, BlotchcsJ
knd Sores. Itcly on
ln doorB, ehould usc
Thev wlll not then
uiDO wcttK ana eicuy.
wlll curo Uveruom-
nlalnt. Dnn't hodli.
UfiQ fiULFUCR UlT-
courofod ; tt wlll cure
ter.9, and TOU wlll
Don'tbo without n
wlllbnlld vou U 11 and
nottie. 'iTy lt; ;
y oulmako you etrong nna
Xrice, twchty flro centa.
DHICAGO. ROCK ISL1ND &PAC1FIC R'Y
iut and tha Wet by tha ahorteit routv, aud oar
ri iaaaaier, witliout ehauRa of car, buiwven
Cbioanoaad Kaua4 L'lty, C'ouuoll lilulli. Ltaveu
worlh, Atcblaop, Uiuueapoha and Bt, ul, lt
fonuvota lu Union Drpota with all the urmoipai
inettof road belweau tha Atlaullo and th 1'aciili)
Oo04U. lu CQUiryioant l uitrivaled and inanntll
oent, helotf oompoaed of Moat Uomlnrlablu aud
Uvautiful IJay Cottchca. Uaguinoaut liorlon Ita
ohuiuff Cliair L'ara, J'ulliiidU'it rrrttiat I'aUoa
Bloepiiijt Cara, aiul iha Ut-at I,lno of Diultitf Cara
KitbaWorld. 1 hreo Tralua t?iwu Cliiontio aud
Uiaaouri ltlver l'oluts. Two Traina balweru Cbl
oio aud Altuuoauoliaand Mt. 1'aul.vU tha Jt'auiou
"ALBERT LEA ROUTE."
A New aud Plroot Llno.vla Hvueoaand Kanka
fcoe.liaa raoautly b.-on openad beiwecii lliclmiyud.
MorfolK.Newpurt Newi, t'haitauuotia, AtUuta, Au-
fuiU.Ntti.ivillo, Louiavlllit, I.eiiUMloti.L.'inviutiall,
udiauApolia aud i.afaytl, aud Uumlia, Miuuvau.
olt and bt. raul aud liiterniL-tllat poinia.
All Ihrough t'aaaoutra lravl ou a aat prea
Tiokfsiaror talaat all prinolpal Tlcltt Omeealn
Iha Uuttod Hlatea aud Can 1.
Umtiiaa-a cbaoked throush aud rat of faro al.
waya aa low a eouipatitor that otler loaa advau
i'or detalled Inrormatlon.cet tha Uapt aud Fold
jr of tho
CREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTC,
At your naaraat Tlokot Omaa, or addraM
R, K, OABLE, E. 8T. JOI1N,
hM 1'tM. A Uvu I U i, Oeu 1 Tkb fm AU
Ifrl lin II 1 II P WltL 1IK NKATLT
IIIIIH nURI r i-nnw 0 i'irn
I W w B B linill M Ulil
liruim, C'Hrtla, all
ttlfrrrrnf , anil .uai xn,ciu,iii lur tJ
lll luuaa fur tnautr 1-,-ut atamia.
1 UMON CaIiII
111 Ctl. MaMlxllar, VI.
HrallnIandniounUltnordir(MUbtolld koM) hf Ur. V.
M. 1'RAV.at Li lt, HuntiuKtou'a, hchuol Htrwt.MonliflW,
WHO IIUNACQUAItTia MIIH TC OIOQHAPMY Of TH COdN
iwy wiLLm a ixaminino this map thattmc
N. H. DOWNS'
H A BUKK CURE FOtt
Cougha, Colds, Whoopin(?-Couh
and nll Lunff DiHoases,
When taken tn geapon. rcopto dle of con
nimptton lmply becaupe of neglect, when
the tlmely ue of this remedy would have
cured them at once. I'lrty-onc yenrs of
conntflnt iife proves the fact that no cough
remcdy han otood thetestlike PownV Ki.ixm.
I'rlce 33o SOc. anil 1.00 ier 1litlle,
Will curo Jaundlce, DrppepIfl( Llver Com
plalntx, Indlgention, and all I)ltenpe arf.ilng
from BillounncM. lrlce 29 centn per Bottle.
Henry Ss Johneon's
ARNIGA iD OIL LININIENT
FOK MAN AND HKASTI
The most perfect Uniment ever compounded.
l'rlce 25 and 50 centA,
The Three Above Itellahle Aletllclnpti
Should be kept in eveiy hountliold ready for
uie. iot aale by all DrugRlnts.
HKMtY, JOItysOX A LOIlli, l'ropWB,
Introttnrtd in Iftfil, fre ytart prtor lo the Ititroituctton 0
any other Stff Ltigtand remedy or the tame dtttatet.
Or the Same Formula as a Liquid.
MME. AUnUSTA IIEAU'S
Vegetable Tonic Cordial
llan'wronKlita reform ln Uiftrcalmpnt of Chn-nlc Frmalo
Wwiknetii'a diiriiin the nni nlxtern yearx. There ln no
rompllcatton of tliene romnion inaladlFfi tbat thta remly
dora not reaoh aod curc 1 here ln but one Tolcn rnnrrtlng
It merit, thnt of unlvrrral rratmt. Mn, Harah (lanllner
or CsmbrldRe.Masn.wan cured of drorwlral (nlarftetnrnt
of tlin uUtiin, ricetuitTe hetnorrlntircand excruclatlntt palnj
Mm, M. of Koiliury, Maft.,of tlironlc m1ri)larrment Mnt.
II. of Waltham. MaM.tof Jilcernllon and tirolApfttia. The
nameti of the rured flll a lolmiw. Kcnu for pamphkt.
iA-UeT wlth Rtamp aniwered by lady iroirlelor. Ituyof
drti(rKltii, lf i-OMlblet lf not, we wlll nialt rllli on rwlid of
l-rice, $1.1)0 jr boxt fli lioifn, iW, iVrdlal, SI.IH) tr
bottteiMi bottlra.flOl). AdtlrfMil. f. TllAYKH A CO.,
Contprawl of liealthy Vrtable and
Cerenl Droductlnnn. It minnllpa the
tiraln.nerveii.and innc)e witli erfert
Atnl reinoTt from Uiem eihantttlon
and dlnvaM. It Imtnedtatt'ly cures
ttilletr. Cuii'vuUlonn. I'aralvfftn. !!
MtrlH, ftef ilenw, and Iudltcirtillun,
lleart I)leiceri, and Connttjmtlon. It
baa tIieanroval of hundn'fin of phyl
rlanH, and ln the iiccenn of the age for
fnoun rrontratlon. Send for nrnoti
of cnrM. llnv nf vnnr itnimI.I. it iki.
iblei lf not, e wlll mall lt on reipt of prlpp, m cenln it
icmpie 1 .nec, i.union, Jiau.
ASK YOUR STOREKEEPER FGR THESE GOODS.
PARKER'S IIAIR BALSAM.
1 he I'et. CieaneH and E
t 1-.onum.Caii llairfl
ihe youthfiil color to crey
A Pure Family Medlclne that Never Intoilcates.
If you are a mttfunic or firmer, wnrn out witli
overwork or a mother ruu do 11 by fairnlyorhot.se
hold UlltlCt IT I'AKKXK'li Cincuk T nic
lf yo 1 are a lawyer, minter orh mnes$ man
haukicd by trtentaf itrain or anxious wtt do not
lake intoxicaung itunuUiiU, tut uu 1'AKiilR'a
Cil' CKK 'I SIL.
Hfouhive l)ypepla Uieumatism, Kiilntiy or
frm.iry Compbuiu, or tf yoj me ttimliled wi.hany
di irdcrof(liluui; ttoti.at-it boCi' lilimtloruerve
you un Le curcd l y I'ASKtH's ( iim.kk 1 mc
Ifvounre wistmf; away ftoin me, diwpnin or
any dmnte or weaknen nd icijiiin: a ttunubnt take
Oi .(.' k '1 onk at oucei itw!ll invioi ue aud tiihj
In upfr'icn the firt drtiebut wlll nevtr intoiC4te.
thatiaveJ humlrcla cf livci it ni.ty aave youn.
111- IX It CO, Kl W ltln.n Ri K Yk. I0e. anj
M ll aU llftt, M ftll UUUr. ln ll 1 lCla
GREAT SAV1M1 HL'VtNU liOLLAR S17.E.
Naturo's Grand Assistant.
KiifTifror from Fcmalo CompUInt flndarcrtaln
and it)"dy rtllt'f and penuauent curo lu Dr. ll.tr
i n " Womnn'n Krleml " lt U a retutxly iiceded
at tliolttimlinr of the rcnl 11 lo of woumn, a well
m at ltn turn antl ilocllne. It curoi all tlut
cl.un uf dlHoaaoi kuowu aa
U has booii uro1 for nearly forty yeari, andla llie
tandiird remotly of thounmidi whu knowlti luer
Iti. Hend to proprlclon or )our ilrugtflst for rlr
culnr, Rtring certltlcatei of tho womlerful curea
elltK-t&l by tho " Woiiian'a rrlend." lu scorei of
caaoe coni.Iierol hopeUM U'fore uslns thla luedl
Clue, hold by dru jcUts ceuerally. tieu O. (Joud
tvlat&Co., Iioiton, tlenrral Aceuu. a, ilonly'a
ioa, proirlotorn, CornUh Hat, 14. II,
BmI 1ft lh. Worli.
I3y U. CARIt of Montpelier.
The Utuou Ktote, 011 Hmith Jllr tlrit, now otM'iteil.
Amlnni ou PNluidaya.at vM Uilixk i u. KtHviut liaud
nuuiture UniKlit aud anld. Hvaulirul JAI'AN TKAH
I'UIIHlUllwl lll IIIM lur llllltlll- KaUlI lTl II lM KualM I arillHI U. 1 1 1
anUfinuiiiiiU jrpou.l bybiitliiKat llil houw. Ilar-
JIOUKO !! SllNi.
Un I 11 rii-rcetffeitliertiouwandlolon fcorth Iwt,
lo Moiitjwlier foraale. Anyoue ln wani of a fjud place
Hliould ur.ll ou Uourv W I'ariuenter, at t hltUer uiaikrt.
U U U U 1 11 0 aJMWrWWN.
" A little alioait," aalil falrr child,
Aa alie ihook har nolrlen cnrlai
" iif mamma aaj a that In flre more vaara
l'll ba blg aa tha other ilrla.
" Oli, what a happy tlma lt wlll he I
Mr (IrraHea wlll all ba lonft, foa know,
And my aprona be made to tle,
" Little alater ahall hare my blne-e yad doll,
For t nerar ahall want to ptay
And l'll comb my cnrta ont Rmooth,
And wear my halr llka con.ln May.
" Oh, t liardly know how to walt ao Iook,"
And agaln he ihook ber curta,
Tor don't you aae how nloe It wlll ba
To be blg llka the othor ,lrl. f "
llow atrange It aeeina," aald ft happy glrl,
' l'in Jnat nlnatarn to-day I
I uaed to thlnk It ao long to walti
llow qulckly tline paMea away I
I'tn happy, l'm aure, aa happy can be,
For my raul wlll tie hcre tontay i
Who la feiil ? ' Why, he la my lover, you know,
And he'a comlng to take me away.'
A little ahead," aald a gray-halrod dame,
Aa aha alowly rocked to and fro,
"Afewmorettaya and the Rummona wlll come
I ahall be ao Klad to go.
My lovad onaa are gonej they are waltlog for me
Oo that beautlfnli eun-brlght .horei
A little whlle tonger, and 1 ahall be
Where aorrow can come no more,"
fthe boueil her head la allent prayer,
And folded her trembllng handa.
The aoKelH came, and wlth glad inrprlae
9ha opened her happy aplrlt-eyea
She waa aafe In Ihe " Olory t.and."
Mttlo Sarnli'a Mlsslonary Cat.
"There'n one thing in wliich I am jnst
trniv giaa," ene saiu to me cat as ebe lllted
her by her fore-paws and rocked back and
forth in the library.
"Nobody wants von. my dear old cat.
They are giving away their things, and eeli-
ingmem, ana maaing money witn them lor
the miaaionariee ; but nobody will bny my
cat. Flora has sold every one of her chlck
ens. I don't eee how she could do it. and
Trudie Bnrne won't eat a singlo egg, because
she wanti to sell them for missionary
money, ana iier urotner lom seus nis straw
berries, and Fanny raises little bits of cu
cumbers and sells them ; and lt seems as
though there wasn't anything to keep and
have a cood time witli onlr mr dear cat I
don't know how l'm going to make my mis
sionary money; I must und some way, but
l'm just as glad as I can be that there is
notbing that can posslbly be done with you,
only just to play with you."
Alas for poor little Sarab I The verynext
day she went witb mamma to call on Mra.
Colonel Ilates; and while she Bat in the
front parlor, in an elegant cbair that was
high and sllppery, and waited for Mrs.
Colonel to come, who should come pufltng
into a back parlor, where a man was walt
ing to see him, but the old colonel himself.
" I declaro I would give flve dollars for a
good monser 1 Such times as we have with
mice around these premisesl That's the
way wllli an old place. Old family real
dences are humbuirsl"
Five dollars for a good mouser I" Jlrs.
Colonel came soon, and she and mamma
talked and talked about a number of sub
jects which at another time would have
pleased little Sarah. Juit then her heart
was too tull ot tnat one sentence to attend
to anything else. ' Five dollars for a good
mouser I" And there was no hope of Col
onel Ilates giving that five dollars, or any
other to the missionary cause, on his own
There was not in all the town a better
mouser than Tabby, and little Sarah knew
it. And five whole dollars 1 It made her
heart beat fast, and the teara come in her
eyes. It took her two days to decide the
matter, during which time eho had so little
appetite, and moped around so sadly, that
her mother feared she was coming down
with the measles.
One morning little Sarah knew, by the
way her heart beat while she was dresslng,
that she had decided. Tabby was to be
put in the wlllow basket and taken to Colo
nel Ilates' by her own sad little self. She
hurried now ; she wanted no chanco to
change her mind. Swiftly her little feet
flew over the ground, and she was at the
Colonel'8 just as that gentleman was going
through the hall on his way to breakfast.
He opened the door for her bimself.
" lf you please, sir," said little Sarah,
holding up the basket and speaking very
fast, " I bave brought Tabby ; she is a good
mouser, and I know the mlssionaries ought
to have the five dollars ; but I love ber very
much, and would you please hurry and give
it to me, so I won't hear her mew again V"
" What I what I what I" sputtered Colo
nel Ilates. " What have we here ? Who
are you, and what am I to give you ?"
" The five dollars, if you please. You
said you would, you know, for a good
mouser, and Tabby is the best one that evr
was ; my mamma says so. And the mls
sionaries, you know, need the money, the
heathen people do ; aud I mustn't be selfish
and keep Tabby. Will you please be very
good to her ?" and a great tear, hot from
little Sarah's blue eyes, splashed on the
" Hless my body I" he said, and stood
dazed for a moment ; then he threw back
his great head and laughed so loud that
little Sarah was amazed ; then he took out
" So I rromised five dollars for a mouser.
did I ? Who told you V"
" Nobody did, sir ; I heard you say it the
other day, when you talked with a man."
" Just so ; my tongue always was gettiog
me luto scrapes. n en nere goes l uolonel
Ilates is a man who alwavs keens his word.
Ilere's your five dollars, and if it doesu't do
tne neathen goou, lt ougnt to, lor your sake."
Now, as all this happened onlv last week,
of coursa I can't tell you how Tabby be-
naved, nor what tne Htectot hersociety was
on Colonel Ilates, nor what the children of
the Mission Hand said when little Sarah
brought her five dollars. The Pansy.
lloys, Itead and Ileed.
Many people seem to forget that charac
ter grows, tbat it is not sometbing to be put
on ready-made with womanhood or man-
nood; Dut day uy day, nere a little and
there a little, erows wltb the erowtb, and
strengthens with tho strengtb, until, gobdor
i i r i 1 i i . ii t . -1
uau, ib ticvouic Hiinuab tt cugfcui uiatl. IjUUK
at tbat man of business prompt, reliable.
conscientious, yet clear-headed and ener
getic. Wheu do you suppose be developed
all those admirable qualitles 'I Wben he
was a boy ? Let us see how a boy of ten
years gets up in the morning, works, plays,
studies, aad we will tell you just what kind
of a man be wlll make. The boy that is too
late at breakfast, late at school, stands a
poor chance to be a prompt man. The boy
who neglects his duties, be they ever so
small, and theu excuses himself by saylng,
I foreot ; 1 dldn t thlnk I wlll never be a
reliable man, and the boy who finds pleas
ure in the suffering of weaker things will
never be a noble, generous, kind man, a
gentleman. Chrulian Ilelper,
Wlint Clk-aretles aro Made of.
A small street hoodlum ln a Itarlem po
lice court throws some light ou the cigarette
question. Ue was arrested by a police of
licer while iu the actot searcblng the gut
ters for cigar stubs, and a box of these in
teresting remains, covered with mud aud
soaked witli water were ehown to hls honor.
The boy said be sold them to a man for ten
cents a pound for making over into clgar
ettes, " like they sell in all the stores." The
otficer corroborated the boy's statement and
said there were a number of boys and glrls
wno made it a Dusiuess to rausacK tne gul
ters for the olT-scouring of the smoker to
make their appeareuce again on the coun
ters of the dealer as neatly-rolled cigarettes.
Decent stnokers have loug wondered at the
nasty smell of the cigarette in comparison
witli that of the houest plpe or cigar; they
have bad their susniclous : this little blt of
evidence goes far toward coufirniiug those
suspiclons. Waterbury American.
llunt the Itlug.
A rtrnlA ln tnAtle. and a nlece of tane
strlug is obtaiued sulficieutly long to reach
all around the lusmo. a riug is men sup
ned on to it, and the ends are tied together.
Lach of the plavers takes hold of the tane or
strlug with botti bands, aud the persou whom
Iot or cltolce has matked out for the victlin,
staudlug iu the niiddle of the clrcle, is next
tuade to turu around three tlmes (without
shuttlng his eyes or subinittlng to any other
disadvautage), and ls theu let loose to buut
(or the rlng. 1 ne ouject ot the rest ol the
players ls, of course, to prevent bis catchiug
lt; aud they nass it from one to another.
covering it with their hands as rapidly as
posslble, to each of whlch the vlctim has
imraediate acceta as soou ashetouch'S it.
lt is utifair to pasa the rlng from under
your hand after lt has been touched aud be
fore lt has beeti opened, anil the playet in
witose possetuiou lt is nuany lound Decomes
in turn the vlctliu. Selected.
A. C. BltOWN'S
Capltal Roprcsented, $150,000,000,
In these days of donbt and uncertainty
in business, especially In the etandlng and
solvency of Flre and Ufe Insurance Com
panles, the attention of insurers Is respect
fully called to the followlng list of relialle
and lulstanttal Companles represented in
Connecticut Mut. Lifo Ins. Co.
A. 0. BEOWN, aeneral Agent for Vermont.
Thlrty.flfth Annunl HtAtment
AMrta, llecember 11, I8S0, ....... ff9.4V2.B3S 38
8urpl". IJ5I.1VS 41
Ratlo of etenae of management to recdpta, 7.7 er rent.
Northcrn Insurance Company
Organlied in 18.10. ... Aaaeta, !25,223,6!G.
Imperial Fire Ins. Company
Organlzed in 1803. - - - Aaaetn, S12,:T0,O;O.
Phoonix Assurance Company
Organlied tn 1782. .... Aaaeti, S5,107,123.
The Royal Insurance Company
Organlzed ln 1849. - Awcta, gold, 9)20,000,000.
London & Lancashirc Ins. Co.
Organlzed ln 18fil. .... Aaieb, S7,rJOO,onO.
Commcrcial Union Assur'ce Co.
Organlzed ln 1801. - - . Aaaeta, 8111,331,071.
Lancashirc Insurance Company
Organlzed In 1832. - - Aaaeta, gold. S 10,000,000.
La Confiancc Insurance Co.
Organlzed In 1811. - - Aaxrta, gold, S0,700,fj00.
Pcnnsylvania Fire Tns. Comp'y
Organlzod In 1825. .... Aaaeta, 1,600,000
Pliiladelphia Fire Association
Organlzed In 1820. .... Aaeta, SlrflOO.OflO.
Insurance Co. of State of Penn.
Organlzed In 171H. .... Aaaeta, 5030,000.
New York City Insurance Co.
OF xtitr YOIIK,
Organlzed ln 1872. .... Aaaetx, 5125,000.
Continental Insurance Comp'y
OF xmr YOItlC,
Organlzed in 1832. .... Aaaeta, 5.1,100,000.
Manbattan Fire Insurance Co.
of XKir roitK,
Organlzed in 1872. .... Aaaeta, S'.WO.OOO.
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co.
Organlzed in 1830. .... Aaaeta, $1,300,000.
First National Fire Ins. Co.
Of WOHCEHTEH, MASS.,
Organlzed in 1808. .... Aaaeta, 5300,000.
Travelers' Insurance Company
Pald-up CaplUl, 5000,000. Aaaeta, 54,!I33,I0.42.
Kecnre a General ArcLlent I'ollcy for a apft'lflwl um, to
by pald In caae of dmtb by accldent. or a w eekly lodemn Ity
If ihe Inlury wbolly dlMablea the lnauredfroui hla employ
ment. It win be wrltwn for one or more month. or a year,
aa may be dealred. and the ro.1 la ao low n. to plare A com
forubletnaurance wlthln the reach of alino.t every man
whoae time aml labor are of any value to htui and hla fam.
lly. One In alzteen of the ln.ure.t bave recelveU caah pay
menta uuder their aocldent ootidee.
I.arge ri9ks placed at a moment's notice,
and at equitable ratcs, Lossea adjusted and
paid at this olfice, and due notice of ex
piration of pollcies giveti. Correspondence,
and orders by mail or telegraph, faitlifully
V. C. BROWN,
General InsukAnce Agent,
Consumption Can Be Cured I
Cures Consumption, Colds, Pneumonia,
Influenza, Bronchial Difiiculties, Bron
chitis, Hoarseness, Asthma Whooping
Coueh and all Diseases of the Breath
ing Organs. It soothes and healsthe
Membrane of the Lings, inflamed and
poisoned by the diseaso, and prevents
the night sweats and tightness across
the chest which accompany it. CON
SUMPTION is not an incurable malady,
It is only necessary to have the right
remedy, and HALL'S BALSAM is that
remedy. DON'T DESPAIR of RELIEF,
for this benign specific will cure you,
even though professional aid fails.
The most l'onerful HeAllntr Olntmcut anil
IUIurH'tant eer IHsouTert'U.
Ilfiirr'ai C'tirlj-ullo HitWe henli Iturntt.
Ilenrr' 'irlollo St.lv eurm horMa
llonry'a Ourlmllo NhIvi tllt.rt fwlo.
Mfiirr'a t'nrliollo KnltBcurM Kruptloni,
llAiirr'a rnrlMtlla Mlvo ItPitU I'lmplra
lleiiry' Citrbullo hlv heali lirule.
Aok for Henry's and use no Other.
PATEIS TJS !
R. H, EDDY,
No. 70 Stnte St.. oppoitlto Kllby. lioston,
Hdcam l'i.tnu ! lh UdUM 8Uti fclnola Ort Urtuio,
rnnoft aad other f onslgn ooaotrlM. C'cIm ot tbe olsvlmi o(
ny I'kteatramUtioilbjr romltUnoD8 dollar, AuIiiouiboU
rnoonluJ ftt WwhlagVon. Ao Ageney in tht Cntttd Xtatei
vottttttt fupertoraetluuior obtointna i'atentt or oicw
titg the wtentaMity of nttQt,
n. Ui Cai'ui, Douoiuir oi rtuuut
" 1 miaVrd llr. KiIiIt U onaof th nuui ranl aaV iitf.
tenut trkvcUtlonor- wlth wboiu 1 Iuto haJ ofBolal lotor
CoinoiiMtoner ot 1'fttcuu."
"InTentori oiuinot eroploy a preoa mon Inutwortbj. or
mon oaiietbla of MnrlnK forliiHui UAirli Knd r&ortlilai
oouUtlarKUoD at lb l'alot Offlcft.
Latag CoiiuuaHaODAr ut I'aUHiU."
"ItoaroM, Oclotxar 19, SW.
" R. II, Kddt. Eq. ir 3trs Yoa proeunnl for m
ln IM0. tn j llrtt rateot. Mtaoo Llin yoa bT actari for an
adTlMta m la uumlrtnU of euti. aad procurtd uiaaj
tvfatMtita. rulaauM aVtitl Mitanalrtna. I haii tHVAMtonaillv m
j.lojrnl th bmt njiBDrlw 1q tw York, l'hUattltbla aad
WaaUlngloa. but (tlll gi yoa almoit th wboi of mj
lloiton, Jaauari 2,
Tlic rMlttrnceof tliaUta Hou. Carlot Cnfnlt?r. ponnlft'
InK of tlw tlliiiB-hoinie and lot oa ftlaln liwl. lu tli TlUaK
vt lUrra. rtUMi motlvrato, Citxlil itlvra u dmtml. Ad
ilre or ari'ly to
r- NU'K AVH1TH OH TINTKO HltlNTtU.
T 9 r uAiii'n, aiui ;uui uauiv uny ii(utni wu bui(
wlll ba mdi KMi-ild fur oaly foui l-vuul Udjixi iU
rch tor mf ottuU. AidroM