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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1882.
"HKST AND ItM TIIANKFUI." Not at the Bt of the Jonrney, Kot tlll "onw work 1 Aonr, Not 1111 Hic lilll lft monntml, Aod hlah ln the Iipatmw 1 Ihe Min. Not tlll th feet are achln, Not tlll the handa are tlred WhO rwte at the road'a bf frtr.nlna; 11m edinctl nol the ht ftMlred, When the mountain lnro 1 below you, ltelow you the topn of llie lillla, Wltora llie tolcea of mm rannot reach you. And yon llng wlth the MrsAnfj rlUij When Ihe toiwhent tnrt la am.rnillrtel, And tlie valleya are far be north, When Otxt I) rrotl.lftl ahelte r And pread yon coucli of lieath, Ttien bt the llme for rtatlng, Tuere li the place of rtpoaet llow grand are the kp abore you, llow cool li tha w lnl Uiftt blowi ! And the thouftht of tho tak atlempted. Fullyand nobly lone, Makea gladdor the wcl.me rwplt't For It come artcr vlclorleB won. Iteat then, aye, and 1 thankrul, For lt li not giTen to all To gatn the helghta thry inflre tot Some falnt, aoma atruntle and fall. If OoA hai given you courage, Ptrenglh and patlence tliat do nol fall, Plog iioto hlin heait-pralnM, Through hlm do your handft prevall. Not long rnnnt yoti reat. (lo forward, Ihere are loftler hclghtn to galn l'art of the Journey ln over, 11 nt other parta remaln. Learn from the paat how mrely The needcd Mrength ahail be given, And rteeil the excelxlor volcon I'ntll yon have reit ln heaven. Tlio ClillJ-Mttrlir nt tlio (latc. Tho pastor of St. Jolm's cliurcli, New York, contrlbutea the following ! " l'art of tho wall of a burnt house had fallen on a six or seven-year-old boy, and terrlbly man gled bitn. Living in the neighborhood I was callcd ln to see tho strlcken household. The little sullerer ws ln Intense agony. Jloit of hls rlba were broken, hls breast bone crushed, and one of hisllmbs fractured ln two places. Hls breathlugwas short and diflicult. He was evldently djlne. I epoke a few words to him of Jcsus, the ever-pres-ent and preoiotis Friend of chlldren, and then, wlth hia tnolher and an older sister, knelt before his bed. Short and elmple was our prayer. lloldlng the lad's hand In tnine, and repcating the children'a gospel " SufTer the little chlldren to come unto me, and for bid them not, for of such 1s the kingdom of heaven," he disengaged hls hand from minc and folded hls. We roso from our knees. llis mind began to wander. lle called hia mother. ' I'm aleepy, mamma, and want to 8ay my prayers.' ' Do eo, my darllng,' re phed tho sobbing mother. 'Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray tliee. Lord, my nonl to kcep i II l-thould-d le ' " lle was boyond tho river of death. On the wings of that simplo prayer, that had bornoso many of the lambs into the Good Shepherd s bosom, hls soul had spcd to him that gave it. I can seo his little pale figure, wlth clasped hands and closed eycs, II ke a aleeplng nngel before mo this moment, tliough more than nlne years havo passed since the accident occurred. llow that mother treasnred that prayer I Xo sermon, probably, ever made tho fmpression on her heart that these few llnes made, coming from the lips so eoon to be speechless for evcr. Ood blcsa the unknown hand that wrote these four beautiful llnes I" llow We .MnyJHorlfy (Jod. A inan's life consisteth not ln the abund ance of tho things whicb he possesseth ; it consisteth not in meat and drlnk, nor in makiug money. Its highest elevation and enjoyment are found in knowing the God wlio bas made ns, andin loving and serving him. W'o glorify God by seeing and enjoy ing all that 1s possiblo of his marvelous creation j wo glorify him by going forth from our little nook of perscnal iuterests and altairs to behold what he has done on mountain and plain, and river and sea, for the good of tnan and the rerelatlon of Mm self ; we glorify him by taking in all that is possible of the beauty andmagnificcnce and loreliness of tho globe ; we glorify him by enlarging and enriching our life to the vcrj utmobt by thoughts and ezperiences which take us out of ourselves, which raise us abore all the petty narrowness that limiti and confiues us, and so lift us towards the Creator. Kvery expanslon of the mind, every enrichmeut of the heart, every acces sion of knowledgo and power, every new feeling of lovo and kindness, as wtll as of awe and gratitude, contributes to his praise. Ilence it is a duty for all who can to escape, at least once in awhile, from the treadmill and daily grind of existence, that they may see and feel that they are citizens of a globe God made and swinging in his immensity. We once stoodwith one of our merchants on the sumrait of a Xew Hampshiro mountain, aud thall never forget how the sight over came him. " I never beforo felt " such wero hls words" tho greatuess and glory of the world, and the majesty of him who toucheth the hills and they smoke, and weigheth the mountains ln fcalea and the hills in a balance." Evanrjclut. Tho (Min of Sabbatli Kest. Of course I do not say that a man will not produce more in a week by working seveu days than by working six days. llut I very uuch doubt whether, at the end of the year, he will generally have produced more by working seven days a week tbau by working six days a week; and I flrmly be lieve that at the end of twenty years he will have produced less by working eeven days a week, than by working six days a week. The natural dlfference between Campauia and Spilzburgen ls trlfling when compared with the difference between a country inhabited by men of full bodily and mental vigor, and a country inhabited by men sunk in bodily and mental decrepitude. Therefore lt is that we are not poorer but rlcher, because we nave liirougn many agesrestea irom cur work one day ln seven. That is not lost While induatry is suspended, while the plow lies in the furrow. wbllo the exchance is silent, while no smoke ascends from the tactory, a process is going on qulte as im lortant to the wealth of the nation as an process which is performed on more busy days. Man, the machine of machines the inachine compared with which all the con trivances of the Watts and Arkwrights are worthless ls repairing aud winding up, so thathe returns to his labor on Slonday with clearer inttllcct, with livelier spirits, with renewed corporal vigor. Macaulay, A coiuiKsro.NiiKNT scnds to the GoMen Jtule the followiug : ltev. Mr. M. presented a religions (roci to a poor negro, first making him promlse that he would read it. Some time afterward Mr. M. met him again and icqulred what he thought of the tract. " 0," said he, " it do my soul cood. I neber knew before why dey call 'um tracls j but when 1 reau uat mue dooe, lt tract me dis way, it track me dat way, it track me all day, and it track me all nfght; when I go out in de barn. lt track me dare. when I eo in de woods, lt track me dare, when I come in de house, lt track me dare, lt track me ebeiy where f go, deu I know why dey call em iracKs. Tiik Son of God lived tlll thirty ln an ob- scure viiiage in juuea, uuKnown, then came forward a matured and perfect man with mind and heart aud frame ln nerfect bal ance of humanity. It is a divine lesson, says the ltev. V. XV. Kobertaon. I would I could say as strongly as 1 feel deeply. Our stimulatlng, artificial culture destroys depth. We are superficlal men. Character In the world wants root. The world wanta what has passed away, and which, untll we secure, we shall remaiu the clever, shallow men we are a chlldhood and a youth spont In the snaae a nome. Wlllv fhfl fllfii-ltilpa nt .Tnano in rowing, on the lak of Galilee, they were less dlsturbed by ihe storm which threatened kuoui Mioii tiiouiujijr ircuiveu ana wnoiiy misconceived form of Jesus as he drew near to help them, And so it ls wlth ua all in our lile-course. Those things which are for our truest welfare aro tha very things from which we are likeliest to ehrlnk. Weenlnir ...... . i. ii D um ouumo iui a uigub i uubiu uiu moruin(r IV.., 1 1 ... 1 , iu m iBiuomuwwi npciujj ta a joy, To aitkmit to nlease Chriat la nnl to aot in complaceucy with the general indf. catlnnn nf liia vdUI tutili.1. ara n..nr...i . - ... ..... nM.W. UIU mftUUCBb wj ua iu nis woru, uut lo ue ou the watch for op. t" v.i.uui..ca ul uu.u uiui service, and lo em- :irftnH tlinan nrnnrt.inllla.. ...1.. .1 arise. Whoever feels and acts thus toward hlm must love hlm, aud (ind ln a uei.se hls ii.uir.ug inii auu strongest stlmulua to uuiy. I llKitK are many wealthy churchea that will no more admit associatlon with that clasa among which our Lord lived aud worked than will select soclety, They seem ....s,., .u uuiy icojTCiaoie, weil-con livuvcx Diiiiiuid luwaru lieaveu. flOOD'S Sarsaparilla Is ileOgncil to moct tlio wants of a largo por Jlnn ot our pcoplo wlio aro cltlicr too poor tn employa pliyslclnn.or aro tiw lar romoinl to caMly call 011c, amt a tttlll larecr claM who aro not lck inougti to rcqulro mcillcal nililcc, aml ct aro outol sorti nml Jircit a iiiodlcliio to bultd tlicm up, glio them au nt-pi-lltp.purllytholr l.tonil.nmlnll np llio ma. Hiinory ot thclr t.oulM oIt iillli n IU iliily wllUimly. N otlier nrlWo tnkr I10I1I ot llio syslcm nml lilts oxnctly tho pnt llko HOOD'S SARSAPARILUA ltMorks llko maglc, rraclilriR cvcry pnM ol tho liiiinnii lnxly tlirougli tlie blonl, glvlng to all rcncncil ll(o and encrgy. My frloiul, yon nced imt lako our wonl. Ak ymir iirlalilmr, lin lia; 1 "t, 1 , " "V"!'? Imtlln. Ilo will tcll you that ' It's tlio lnit dollar l cicr Imestnl," M liAvnvTN. II., lYli. IO,lTn. Mr.ssii'.C. I. Ilomi & f".i lionr W Altlmiigh giratly prrjmllocil BgaliKt iialenl ScilldiiMln Bf.lcrnl.' I n In.lncj-.l, finm tho cxrcllrnt rppoi l had lwanl ot our Hanwprllli.liitryarK.ttlo, l.l.t l)cccmt.,T. fnrityVwpilaainl gcncrnl liroitrailim. aml I hao rlcolucl very prat Ifylim ifnltiIrom Itilno. 1 11111 miw iilng tlio nccoml lK.ttlo, amlcomlilcrltaicry inlnaMo rrineOy lor Indlgcstli'ii aml Iti attrndant troliblcs. YoBr,IB"iP.rilfiiCiill.l, (rirm of C.irtcr tc Cl.nrclilll.) ersr A gcntlcman wlio QnmoH hai liocn sullcrliis Irom tho HchUUj)tLW iMntjxmr in Pn,,nric pccullar to thli soaion, ' """ aaysi "lloon's SuisAf,iin.i. li piitllng new Mo rlglit Into ine. I liavo galned tcll poumli luco l hegan to tako It." Ilastaken iobottlcs. lloon's SAHSAfAni I.I.A 1 sold l.y all ilrug glits. frlcoSlper ln.Ulei slx for (9. l're parid by C. 1. 11001) & IU, I.omc)I, Mass. Back Ache POSITIVELY CURED DT Benson's Capcine Porous Plasters. Ucaons Why IUpj nrr VrrtcrrrA lo OtliiT lorous Vlasters or Uxternal HpmetlcHt rir.l. Hocfttmfl thty podpcia &U tho tnorlt of tho ctn iiKthenlnp poroii!! plfistiT, nml contain In tn ditlou tliercto the ncwly diMcovprcil poworfal and nrthuvcRitablo comhlnntlon whlih utts wlth In creancd nibcfaclent, BtlmulaUiig, ecdatlvo and counter trritant t-ffccta. Secoml. HeransQ they are a pf-nulne plnrmtr eotical prep aratlon, and eo uxoiniicd bjr thc jirofeflBlon. Thlril. Ileeaaso they aro tho only plaetcra that relieve paln at oucc. I'ourth TIociupo they will posltivdy cnro dlacasea which otbcr remcdica will not cvcn rcllovc. iiriii. Jlccatifio over 6000 physlcians and druppista havo Toluntarfly testlflod that they aroauiM!rlortoall otbcr plantcra or medlclnca for txterual ub Slxlli. Hecauso tho manafactarcrs havo rcctUedthe only medala cver ghen for poroaa planters. Benson's Capcine Porons Plaster! SEABURY St JOHNSON, Manafactunng CliemintflNcw Torlc. AHUiti:"ici:.iii:iv ,t i.ast. rrici. . MEAO'S Modlcated CORNmd BUNION PLASTER. UNACQUAtNTID WITH THt OCOOftAPHV OF THC ( BV XAMININQ THia MAP THAT THI CBICAGO, ROCK ISL&ND & PACIFIG R'Y By tho oentral poaltlon of tta line, oonaecta the Lut Kad tb West by tna shorteat routa, nd oar n pHHCDsera( wilhout chaugs or cara, between Cbicatfo kDif Katmsn City, Couucll Ulutti, Leaven wortn, ALcbiaon, Wmnedpolit nd Bt, Wul. lt councot tn Unioa Depoti wilh ll the prlncipal lines ol road between the Atltutlo end the rcitlo OeeeDa. lle equipment ! unriveled end megntfl cent, beiDB compoaed of Moit Uomlorteble aad Uoeutifut JJy Coeobee, Uegnlfloent Ilorton lle clining Cheir Cere, Pullmeu'e Frettitit PeUce Bleepintf Cere, end the Ucet Une or Dlnlns Cere ln the World. Three Trelne between C'hioaao end Mltiouri lttver Polute. Two TreiDe betwecu Cbi fligo end Ulnneapoliaend 81, Peul.vle the JTamoue "ALBERT LEA ROUTE." A New and Blrect Llne.vle Seneeaand Kenka keo.hea recently baen oponed between Klchmond, NorfolK, Newport New. ChattenooKft, Atlente, Au- fuate,Nuahvillet Louiavllle, LcxinBion.Cinct'inoti, ndienapohe eod Latayette, end Ouiaha, Minneep. olia end Bt, Paul aad intermcdlnte pomu. A11 ThrougU PuaenKere Travel ou Jr'at Eiprem Traina. TickeUfor aaleet all prlnolpal Tlcket Offloceln the United Htatea aud Canada. UttcgaK rheoked through and ratee of fare al. waye ea low aa eompetitore that oner leaa advaa tuRoa. i or dctallod lnforraatlon, nol tbe Mapa and Fold ir ot tlie CREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE, At your neareat Tloket Offloe, or eddroia R. R. OABLE, E. ST. JOHN, loe fr. A Oeo'l Utr, tle 1 Tkb Fui, AU CHICACO. A NEW DISCOVERY. tFTor aortral ycara we have furnlnhed tho Oalrymen ot Amerii wlth an eioolloiit artl noUlcolorforbuttert eo nierltorloui thatlt mtt with trreafe euoraaa evfrrwheru rtxxlrliiif the highest and ouly prUua at both InUniatlonal , Dairy FaJra. 1 tirihjt by patlent and tclf ntlflo ehemlial re earrh we have Iniproved ln vvveral Mlnta, end 1 ,nowoirerthhinewcloraa (ft btiltn (Aiwr(d It Will Not Colorthe Dutiermllk. It Will Not Turn Rnnold. lt la the atrongetf Drlghteat ond Cheapeat Color MadCf 1 tlTAiid, while prirfd In oll, U eocompound ed Ihat lt la lmpoanlble for It to bveume raiicld. i IVBEWARE Jl Iniitatloni, aud of ell otlier olt colora, for they are llablelo bucome ranctJ and pjwII the butu r. 1 nriryoucannotrtthe,'iiu)rov,d" wrltoua to know where and how to irt-t lt wlihouteitra ipenae, lawalaeatemieeaiielaie iiei.l4. WILL CERTAINLY CURE Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Influenza, Aslh ma( "Whoopinp Cough, Croup, and every Affection o? the Throat, Lungs and Chest, including Con aumption. Sold by all Dmggists. WANTED. SALESMEN. To canvaaa for Ihe aale of our Nureerr Hluck, Unf-aualletl facllltlra, Halary and eij.euwa patd. au ecrea uf Frult aud Urua liieutal Trui-e, Hhrut'i, IUihi a, i lo. ft wmk ln vom nwn town. Terin .nrl tf outni frt. CLARK Iuclia.li Kidneys. Skin and emcacy in noaung tno auovo namca dlsoasos, una pro nounoo it to bo the BEST REMEDY KNOWN to MAN, I.nborntory 77 Wmt Tlilrd Strcct, New York t'llr. HruKcUtn oll It. lllBlkiivll.li, Nay Krut Coualr, VlriliiU. Ilr riark Mntum Your )lrrt linllnll IIIihmI hrriin I" a wouUurrul uinllriuat lt 1.U tiullrfly rurrU uw4 I'jHltla. Jt halllliat lt Uaall Iu Iw Jam MA1ILU Jlaaiail,Qa N. H. DOWNS' VECETABLE Boi Elii A PUKK CUIIK FOU Coughs, Colds, WhoopingCouBh and all Lung Diseasos, When tAkfn In acfteon. I'enple dlo of oon niraptlon alraply bocnuoe of noRlcct, wlien che tlmely ue of thU rrmedy would have curetl tliem At once. riny-ono years of conptnnt une provea the fnxt tlmt no coiikIi rcmedylmentood tho tent llko I)iWN Kmxih. I'rlco 3ffc, AOc. nnd 91.00 icr Itottlr. Xr., Bnxter'w Mandrake Bitters! Will euro Jaundice, pyppepta, Uver Com plalnt, lndlRetlor., and all Dlneaoen arltlni; Irom Ullloiiinef.i. I'rlco 25 centd per llottlc Henry & Johnson's I'Oll MAN AND HIIASTI The mot perfect Mnlment ever compotinded. I'rlco 23 and 00 cents. The Tlire Aboo Kellatilo Alcdlclneg Should bo kcpt In every houreliold ready for hpo. For pale by all DrtigfrUt. llUXUY, .W1IXSOX .t l.OHV, J'mj.'ro, DtlHMNOTON, VF.lt.MONT. Thera ls so exeusa fcr suCorlng from CONSTIPATION and othcr diBcasc tliat follow a dls ored fttate of the Stomach and Bow cls, when tlie use of DR. HENRY BAXTER'S Will glvo Immodlnto rollof, Aftor conitlprttion folloui Blllousnoss, Dyspopsia, Indltrostlon. Dlsoasos of tho Klclnoys, Torplcl Llvor Rhoumatlsm, Dlzzlnoss, Slck Hoadacho, Loss of Appotito, Jaundlco, Ap oploxy, Palpltatlono, Eruptlons and Skln Dls oasos, OtC, all of which these Pltlen v 111 apecdily cur l.jr r(tnoliig tl.eraiiw. Ke p tlio Stomach, Boirtb, and Dlytitie Orgm$ tgoot leorllnj crier, ant perfrtt hrnlllt vlll bo tlifl roault. LadlOS 1 otlrcrfl lub. Jocttogick Hoadacho "l nnd rciM antl rortnanent curo l-y Iho luo of iI.oho mttert DclDgtonlo and tutldtjr pilrf;atl tliey PUItlFY TIIK IJLOOD. Prlco 29 cts. por bottlo, For aalo l.y all doalrrs ln moillclne. Prnd addrei for ramphlot,froo,glrlDg full dlrectiona. IlESBy.JOlHSOIl-LOCIr.rropi.. Bnrlintjtan, Tt. THE GREAT German Remedy. TRUTHS FOR THE SICK. Tor thoao dfathlT Lndlca in dellcato Dilloua pclls, dc- Bcnd on fcuLrnur. iTTEita, It will curc Ibcalili, vho aro all rundoxn, thouMusc slaiscurctl bvusloc-l Uin f.lnnt DTPnrn. lorncu'soivncro ol i SULriiuii imiLiii, notn-'' torcuro. lt ncvcri '3. Onpratlvcswlioare 'closcly coaflncd ln ClcanEflthftTitiatpf! ina niuiB nmi'worK bhops; Clcrks, whc do not rrocuro auf- bloodvbcn you Bcepl itslmpuritlel burEt.i flclcnt cxcrclso and alMThaaro conQncd iiDKuirongmno fud Lal'implcs, Blotchcs,' nml Sores. Itcly on fn doors, Bnouid ust tn.riiLn uiTrrits rhcT will not thcii iow. oo cat nou bicmjj-. BCLnicn Bitteiis Gonural DeUlltvl will curo LltcrCom plalnt. Don'tbodla courogcd j it will curc ITfift fiL'LPIICIl IllT- Tcn, and you wUl noi Loirouoictu Dou'tliOTTitbOUt 8 will bulM you up and mako you s trong ond bottlo. Try it; you WUl UQlICKTCHt. Sulphur Bitters. I'rlco, twcnty avo ccuta. Tha Rlchsst BLOOD, BRA1IM and NERVE Attlll'TAHM; AN1 ItCLIATtl.K. Tna rhMchaWa of tha Wheat aro iu mot valvubla food property. and, aro, when prop erly preporad. ths mot aoocpteble nuuimeuft WlUtWiuwu Diiuuupuio pyiiu. Tho Dlaod, Braln and Nerroi ara the forcM which bear tho atr&in of overy dy work and life, and ln order to aave alckpeM lt la wlM to JIL1LJ UJ( lll-.Al.lli. mut UitUrasre ureDred. nol hufermentO' tton but by aolutioa and ara rtebMt ia Uia Shophate. whllo tha ataroh antl Impura mit ter aro elimlnatad. Theia maka tn them elTev a baila, to whioh ! addad tha bat and cnoiocst tneoicuni quauuea, noooury o maka lt a tonlo and biitcr. It la at onoa hoalth ful.plaaaanttothauuto andmuit not b oon founded wltn tha thouund and ono cheap aioohouo bittara woion ara aoid aa eure-aiu, Medlolna la doubly effootiTa when ukxJ wltti food. ao aa to nourlaU whlla lt oorrecta. WUAT viri aiLa w., UTn. xi. x. thc sew m:.in:iv. HOPSIMALT BITTEKS. (Not Ftrmpnti'd.) TI1E GRnAT Liver &KidneyEemedy AND I3LOOD PURIFICR. TM nuu Ht-mrAv ! comoaundrd Ilrom the beat known curativca, auch aa Itopa, Malt Eatract, Caacara Sagrada (Sacrfd Hatk), Uuchu. Dandelion and aaraaparuia, comDinca wnn abl Aromatic fclUir. Theaa Remadiea act unon the Llver. They act upon tha Kldneye. They Keeulata tbe Uowela. They Quiet the Nervoua Syatem. They Promote Digeatton They Nourlah, Strenethen, Invleorate. They eW Tone, lleauh and linerey. HDPS AND MALT BITTERS jaro the ORIQINAL, and ONLY UIT- l.t lin.om.i i.,r ilirm. anil La tura Tl.KS rnnll n ntr MBII Lliritli i mai tne uiki nat on in iuui wviua HOPS AND MALT DITTER3 In lawe rej letlcra. fVTake no other.Xl At Wholeiale and Kctailbyalldealen. nociiKSTKit air.nwisis to., Ilofheitff, T J". JOHNSON'S XJloocl S'iMip Blood. MILLIONS tostify to its ii in iw i ia 9 wmer Cuarantccd to Curc Dyspcpsla. IT IS TlMlt, lt la tlma tliat mn aliouM ro for tha rlalitt lAjlng tartr bondfl anlda ont of alghtt Xor at every poorner'i eneer Uke alf rlaht I lt la tima that men RhonM vota aa lliey pray I Notank (ItKltnaoftwork atwtilchll.er Itara not 11ft a nelplng tiant wl.en Itiey may t tt h llme Ihat mrn ihonM rota when Ihe bloott Of an hiintrol tlioaanil alaln awella the flotxl That rrlea yratly from our lan.l np to Cloct. lt 1 tlme (o vote and pray when the erlea Of ll.e r hlMren, wantlng hread, now arine, Atlnalpil wllh the whtowa' moanN, to the eklee I H le tilua tlmt men ehouM Tole Khlle thplr boye, l.tire.1 from rhlMhcxMl'a happy home aml lla Joye, llown the drunkard'a road to doath drtok dwoyal lt ta time Ihat you tdionld vote to tdot out A II Ihe l. kMncea and woe bronRt.t abont lly tha tramckhifl ln dtlnk btot It outt Tlio t'oiiipncl. What comcactV The soclal compact. That compact is doubtlesa a legal ficMorj If we tako lt llterally. There are a good many legal (lctlons. When a lawyer, tho owner of a fartn near tho village where hls olTice wan. tiad m name blazoneu on n tnlls waeon and orer hls name th s inscriptlon t " I'unr. fp.nsF.Y MlI.K." Oneof hls students s&ld to the otlier : " That Is the latest legal fictlon, and lllacltslone would have n spasm If he could see it." Now the soclal compact was never llterally and truly made. Men never came togcther on tcmevast plaln, and then and thero chose the tallcst man ln the crowd to bo Ihoir governor. They never on any such occaslon airreed in solemn compact to glvo up certaln natural rlghts ln rcturn for tne proieciion tnni socieiy coum give mem. But by a very harmless and Indeed useful legal llctlon, all men now living are supposed to have raane wnat is Known as tne sociat compact. Kach man is " the party of the first rart. Soclety as a wiioio ls tho " party of tho second part." Kach person is sup posed to nave given up au sucn naturai rirjhts as he mieht freelv enloy were he liv ing in absolute solltude. For thls sacrlDco ne receives a compensaiion. i nat compen pntion ls protectlon from all other men, to rether wlth all the beneflts that llow from being a member of soclety. The bargaln is a fair one. 1 ne nenenis are oi unioiu vaiue. lt v jnst so much as the hlgheet civlllzatlon outrnnks the lowest barbarlsm, by just so much uoes the positlon ol a cltlzen ncaer a good government outrank that of a solitary man, living oulside the pale of organized soclety. It is plaln that the world would soon starve lo death lf no man should pro duce anythlng. It is eqnally plain that ho who does not produce tnust render some enulvalent to hlm who does, or he ls eatlng what belongs to another. The man who draws a dividend at the bank is a stock holder. He has put money into its vaults that he mav take mouev out. He who takes out without puttlng In, steals. Men owe two oreat fitities m soctetv. j nev muai. ue cuu- tributors thereto ln two ways: first, to the subsistence of soclety : second, to its peace. I'atrick Henrv said. when he saw the storm of revolution coming : " Gentletnen may cry peaco, twace, but there ls no peace. as we look out over the world and f ee Nlhilisra In itussia, and as labor begina to utter its otninnus growls agalnst capital here at home, and then as we read each day in the daily papers a record Ihat drips with blood, Bhed by violent hands, we ask, Shall we ever be at peace ? Society is to-day in a highly ir llammablo condition. You can smoke w lln safoty by the seashore. A burning match dronned there will not eet the mane of old ocean on fire. Itut a luinber yatd is no place to smoke in. A powder magazlne will do if you do not object to your own suiclde, snd the sudden destruction of life and property all around you. iNever was thn nblip-atlon to contrlbute to tho peace of society so Imperative as now. Ilas society any notorious disturberV Yes, indeed. When a rough disturbs a publio meeting the cry is, "I'ut him outi" and out he goes. 1 ne liquor iranic is ine greaxest turber of the peace of society now in ex- istence. Apply the principles that have just been laid down to tbe business of a liquor seller. and see in thelinhtol that applica tlon what attitude scciety ought to take toward him. It ought not to strike an rcalhetlo pose, and thf n give a Bickly grin of indifference. It ought, rather, to stand up as llercules, and when, club ln hand, he smote the I.ernean Hvdra. What does a liquor Beller contribute toward the sus- tenance oi society I coming at au. ue takea the children'a bread and throwB it to the dogs. lle takes the grain tliat ought to teed our liuncrv poor anu iaiten our cauie. And thus does he wlthdraw food from the pantry and provender from the granary of tno world : out ne senas oacn ine crain tnai he took, and he sends it in a form that dis turbs tocietv as acttvclv as a grain ci saud disturbs the eje. t'orever and foreverdoes he contribute that which distutbs the peace of socletv as notliinL' flse does. Justly, therelore, should there ne no peace lor mm. SIowlv does the ieeberE move do n the side of the mountain, but it movea. Slowly, and perhups coldlv, are we creeptng to the con cluslon that he who takes peace from society should have no peace himself. lle who makes the lives of all men insecure does not deserve to have his own life protected by tlio men bo thus endangers. He who inakes all property in&ecure ought not to have his own prottxted by taxes levied on what he helps to endanger. I'.ngllsh law and Knglish story tell us of outlaws tnen whose crimes have placed them where they havo no further claim upon the law for protectlon. How far should a rum seller be protected by society V Just as far as be deserves lt. and no farther. A trade that strikes st the peace ol society and the Jaws of tl.e land should have no peace till it dies by the laws of the land. Utirislian al ivork: Tlie l'ower of Chlldren. Dr. Schaff reminded ine the other morn ingof a story I once heard in refetence to asklng questions of chlldren. One gentle man, I tliink itwas I.ord Shaftsbury, sald : " Little girl who made your vlle bbdy V" " lletsv Jones made the body, and I made tbe sklrt. 1 could give you lllustratiou at- ter lllustratiou oi tne aptness ol chlldren. 01., what a mlghty power are children. There la one man who thanks God for the inlluence of hls little child. He said to me : " Should you tliink, to look at me, that I was ever a drunkard ?" " No." " I was a hard one. I will tell you how it was, and how f began to reform. I was a very hard case." And tben he told me In tbe tlilrd person how it was. He said a lady saw a little girl constautly passiug her house wlth a jug. " What have you in that iug V" " Whiskey, ina'am." "Where doyou live?" " Down in the bollow." She went down thero to see the place. What a place I What misery I What a wreched sight I " Is that your little girl V" she asked of a terrlble looking man. " Yes." " Does she go lo schoolV "No." "Why?" "Noclotbw." " Does she go to Sunday-school V" " No." " Well, she ought to go to Sunday-school." Aud It was arranged that the lady should come and f urnish her some clotlies. She was a teachable little creature, and her teacher gave her a New Testameut. She showed lt to everybody j " Thls is my little Testament." How happy she was wltn it I She was taken III, and tbe doctor sald she could not llve. Then the man went on with his story: " One day I went in and sat beside that child. What brought me there I canuot tell, uut I was mad lor liquor. UIi, the itching, burning, crying , for liquor for whiskey I I'd have sold everythinc In the houso to get it. I would havo sold that child for whiskey." llut, you say, thls is tho raviug of a madman r Is it 'I The little creature waa holdlng the New Testa ment in her hands, and uropped lt on the coverlet. " And," sald he, " I grabbed that Testament and put it into my pocket. And then, like the guilty, sneaking thiug I was, I went out. I went to tho dram-sbop, 1 asked the liquor-seller to give me whiskey. Ou my knees I begged hlm to give me the whiskey for lt. He toured out a tutnbler two thirda full, and I drank off the whole at ono draught and felt better. I went home. There waa a little persplration ou my face, but I was burulug hot witbln. The little creature was asleep. When she awoke, she Balil i ' Why, papa, dldyou know I am going to die7 And when I dle 1 shall go to tieaven ; but oh, papa I when I go to lieaven, suptiose Jesus sbuuld ask me what you did with my little Testament i what will I tell hlm V" Ha said "Itwas likeallash of lightnlng, aud I ciled, '(Jod be merclful to me, a sluuer I' It was the last drop of whiskey 1 ever bought in my life." John II. Gouijh. In the proviuce of (Jauterbury, Iugland, there are upwards of one thousand parishcs where there is neither publio house nor l.eer shop, and these dlstrlcts aro reiuarkable for tlie well-being of the people. Seoret driuk ing ls not practlced, and crime is almost ui.kuowu, VliiniMA drlnks uji her eutiro wheatcrop ftni.uallv, aud it is staled that the liquor drauk iu I.ouisiaua cosls S 17,000,000, or $2,0011,000 more than Its comblncd rotlou, stigar and rico crop. 4ft (Ivcijincnmith GONQUEROR OF AU KIDNEV D1SEASES. KIDNEYakd L1VER MED1CINE NKVEK KNOWN TO TAII,. acia fllrvrtlr n the Kldncra. I.lver and Itnwpt. KDV ln a aare.aurfi and iimlr rniY.arid hnnlrffla have tMltflM lo hrtvlnir lmn fmrtwl lt. tvhon htivalclaina mn.t friemUhafl uvrn llifin iiptodle. Ionot deliiy.but trrat llUNT'S HKJIKDV ciirea all Dlafnnea nf tlie HUUifj, HlAtrler, Urlnnry Oruann, Ilronar, (Jrnvef, IHabt. nnd Incontlnence and ltcten tlfn of thn Ifrtnn. iinri-H iii.siKUV rurea l'in ln llitt BUt. Hftfk, nr.Knlnn. llcnpriil l)f1illltr Female DlnoitafR, IMntlirltrd Hlet, l.nn tt Appfftlte, ltrlfctit'a IMmpiih, and all CoiMlnlnt ot the Urinf-t ifnllnl Oriritne. IIIINT'M UKMI.7.V nnlikl IniiKM Iti t.l-f tn hfalihr artlon, rfinovlait Iho ran-ra ihat protltir) llilloua rutiini-nn, jtrjniteiinina oour oioniitcii. joaiiva ItTlhaimeor HlfNT'M IlKir.llV. Ihn RtnmArh ttn.t Ilnwela Htll iewlilT rpialn thnlr Htrtnirth. snd thn Hltwnl will I I'frfprllT purHlwC HUNT'.S ItKAl Kll Y lnpronotinml by iho hmt doctort to tn Wmoniu rnrr for kII klndiiof kMner Olwaoca, IUINT H UKMKIIV la purttv ttgttaMe, anl ls a aiire cure for Heart lcftafe nnd Hheoinatlnm when all 1IU tllf) H itno trlnl will cnnvlntft rnu. For anle lr nll DriiKKlnta. Nend lor riiinhtet to HUNT'S REMEDY COMPANY, Providence. Rhode Island. I'rlcn, 75 Centa nml 81.33. latliHr th tirait ljUllouiMfrfn- lltir lUslorrf nd Ptwitiir. A liulrvil fr IUclii1liiruanllrfiilI'trrain. 1 iSt r Knlli lo Itctoro (Irff or l'o.lcj Ilalrl M Uit joutitlul COlor. tatL,n1f I ilw imidtJpthU. liintil inioaincilicinot t auch vinnl aml elteciive 1 txiwer, asloiii-ikeilieOrcaleslIilf J I'uriiier&Lhe H Bctt Health and Strenqili Rettorer Cver Ute J. ItcnreIr i"p.ti, lih'-nmati m, Mc ti!cness. I pII.Iim iiec-fllic n tt, II wl , Iiingi.Livcr, Ki im-y. nna au i em .3 .miti.unii. any di- asc, uo llio Tlnh t ! iy. lt wnl nnrcly 1 li fti 1.111. Ki mcmijtrl it it f.ir Runrri irto liitter. 1 lcnccsr.f (jiivt anjcthi-r '1 hki, t it btaMa H tipllieyMrm w ith'iut liitnhir itintt, ; . anl$i R Bitcsatalltlcilei f-idnii,R N iecmitne without I ignalureof II) X&L ,N i hr tH ,rcircular 1 I.AlK.IiSWIS'. IN IU'UMI TliK IHJLLAU E1ZE. HARDY'S Naturo's Grand Assistant. tSmTTora from rcmalo Complnlnts fiinlnrcrtiln nml niH'ily rellcf nml pcrnianont curo In Dr. ILir rtv'a " Wiiinati'a I'rlorid " Itlsa ri'tueily necdetl lit tho lifclmilng tho rcnt llfo of womati, am vttll aa at lt turn and ilecllno. lt curea all tliat cliHa oftlliieasca kuown m FEMALE COMPLAINTS It laa iMjcn usel for nearly forty years, and la tlio Btandanl remedy of tlionaittnU who know Ita mor lta. Seml to j-rGprietora tr your drtiirgist for rir culir, clrlnjr certiilratea of llio wonderful curea cfloctfiil ly the "Woman'a Prleliil," ln Bcorea of caaoa conaidered liopelens befuro ualns thls tnedl cloo. Hold by drugplsta cenorally. Jeo O. Oood win & Co.f ltoaton, (Jenentl Apentn, b. UarUy'a Soua, proiTlotora. CornUh Flat,N. II. STEKETEE'S Sure Gure, Never was Known to Fair. Jlnny cnred by tho uso of Ono Bottlo, IYrfectly safo and linrmlcss. For eale liy nll Dmggists; prlco, 23 conts. Scu' by mnll on rocelpt of 30 rents. GEOHOE O. 8TEKETEE, Solo rroprlctor, Thand ItAi'ius, llicir r7mari Cures Dyspepsia, Nervous Affec tions, General Debility, Fever and Agiie, Paralysis, Chronio Diarrhoca, Boils, Dropsy, Hnmors, Female Com plaints.Liver Oomplaint, Hemlttent Fever, and all diieases oricinating in a bad State of the Blood, or accompanled by Debility or a loor State of the System. T HE CREAT CURE HH EUMATISM- Aa lt la for all tha palnful dUoaaea of thc KIDNEYS, LIVER AND DOWCLS. It clennteti tha vUm of tha aurld nalon that oatuea the dreadful aufforlnff whloh .otur uta vioutna or iiQoumauam o&n raaiiM, THOUSANDS OF CASCS of to wormt for of tbla tnibl diMaac ,hava boau quleltl j relleveU, and 1q ahort Ume PtRFECTLY CURED. rRKr, II, LlUtinUK UUt, KOI.iI T WBtCCISTS.1 WELLfl. HIC1IA11D30N Ai Co., BurUnrtanTt Diiiilmin & Jacksoii, Wholaiale aad IteUU Ieler la Doors, Sash, Blinds, aad all klaill of House Finishl Blinds Painled Trimmed. WindowH Glazod. South Barre, Vermont. Dobbins'Slarch Polish. Ask jour Kroftr. j. wmm ph;i.d.i(,hi.,p. KNOIT TIIK irri'KKI m U.-iarllmkliAt.ll linlM ifJJL XI TV whli'li evtrj KS, A t,i B,ve 1 llr lln 7 I 1 (TlTOV tlful lllllali .o. ffjil. JSl ll lI'iiIi1 li'iiii'lry wiirk. dvertiacmcntji. A. 0. MOWFS Insurance Agency, MONTPELIER, VT. Capital Hoprcseiitcd, $150,000,000. In these days of doubt and uncertalnty In business, espcclally in the standlng and solvency of Flro and Life Insurance Conv panles, the attentlon of Insurers Is respect fully called to tho followlng llst of relialle and tuhstantial Companles represented in thls Agency. Life Oompany. Connecticut Mut. Lifo Ins. Co. of n.tnTroiui, A. 0. BE0WN, General Agent for Vermont. . Thlrtr'tlfth Annnal 8tntmnt. Aaaeta, tlercmber II, 1S80 $I9,433,6 SS Sorrloa, M9I.1M II rtauo of eipanne of maoaKnient to reclpta, 7.T vr crat. Fire Oompanles. Nortlicrn Inaurnnco Compnny Organliorf In 18.K1. ... Aaaeta, 823,225,800. Impcrial Piro Ins. Oompany Organlied In 1803. Aaseta, 812,270,000. Fhoonix Assur.mco Company Oriranlted In 1782. .... Aweta, 83,107,123, Tho Royal Insuriinco Company Organized In 1I3. Aanets, gold, 820,000,000, Lontlon & Lancashiro Ins. Co. Organlted In 1801. .... Asneta, 87,300,000. Commercial Union Assur'ce Co Organized In 1801, . . . Aaveta, 8111,331,071 Lancaslni'c Insurance Company of r.xui.Axn, Organlted In 1832. Aaaeta, golil, 810,000,000. La Confiancc Insurance Co. h' rn.txciu Organlied In 1841. - - Afaeta, gold, 80,700,000. Pcnnsylvania Fire Ins. Comp'y ; l-llll.AllKt.VIUA, Organlied In 1825. .... At, 1,300,000 Pliiladelphia Firo Association uf ;;;..! ;: .!'. i, Organlzod In 1820. .... Aaaets, 84,000,000. Insurance Co. of State of Penn. Oh' Vlltl.ADKt.VlllA, Organized In 17SM. .... Awetn, $030,000 New York City Insurance Co. of Ni:ir rouK, Organized In 1872. .... Aset, 8423,000 Continental Insurance Comp'y or xkiv youk, Organized In 1852. .... Aaneui, 83,100,000. Manhattan Fire Insurance Co. of .vKir youk, Organized In 1872. .... AsseU, 81100,000. Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. or iiAitrronTi, Organized In 1830. .... Amet, 81,300,000. First National Fire Ins. Co. or woucKnrxit, jiass., Organized ln 1808. .... ABets, 8300,000. Travclers' Insuranpe Company Of HAItTFOKlt, Pald-np Cnpltal, 8000,000. Aivet, 84,!i55.(it).42. Bfcuie a tleneral Arrldpnl rollt'jr for a aiwlflt anm, lo be a!.t ln cmm, of teatli by acrlilent, or awnrklr tmlrmxlty lf llialnjury wholly duablw llie 1'iMilrtxt Irom lita einploy ment. It will be Krllten for oneor more inontha or a year, aa may be iltwlrerl, antl llie coet la po low aa to place a rcm forubleluHtlrat.ee wttlttn llie rearl. of alntoMt evfry man whoae lln.e aml labor are ot any yalite lo hlm aml l.u fam. lly. One In alatpeo of tl.e lnaiirej Itave recelved caali .ay menta unjer tbeir acdilent iKillrieN. I.arge risks placed at a moment's notice, aud at equitable rattt. LoBses adjusted and paid at this ollice, and due notice of ei piration of policies given. Correspondence, and orders by mail or telegrapb, faithfully attended to. V. C. UUOAA'N, General InSuuance Agent, Montpelier, Vt. tntrxiueHn X.fteyMn prior lolhe tntrwlncHon of any other Arw tnglaml Tttntdy or the tumttiitevtti. Or the Same Formuht as a Liquxd MME. AUOUSTA HKAIA'S Vegetable Tonic Cordial Hai wroiiicht a rt-fonn ln thf trfalnn'iit of Chronio Krmala WtutktifSAMi duilng Ihe I'nnt litet-n year. Tiiere U no roiiiiiileition of thiH tuiiinioii inaU-llfi that thla remMy lont uot rrai li aml ciire. 'I htre U hui one volra reriUni( lt merltii. that or unlvfrnat iralH Mt. Harah (iardincr of CamhrLltje, Maa , ai ruml of droptlttil rnlancHiifUt of tha utrnm, rscemlvo hf nicritix, antl eicruclatlDH paln Mra. M of ICoihury, Mawi , of thronlc nilm'Uceiiifnl ( Jln. II, ot Waltham. Ma .of ulcerallon atiil i.rohtiui. Tha nnmM of tbe cuml flH a voluina. (nl for iwi.i,ilet, Uttort wlth aUinp aniaernl by Udy iril'rielor, Uiiy of dnittiti, lf iKmlt.Ifi lf not, e HI miill 1U1 on Twy of irliv, 11.00 iwr txjii ilx boiea, SW. 0orlial. I'd ir UlUat rlx tUl.-.. SW. A(1trru U. Y. TIIAYKU A JU.. 13 Teinpla 1'lace, Uoton, Maiui, CEPHALINE, CompowNt of healthy VeiteUhle and I CerttiU rroilurtlona. lt autilW llie bralii, Dtrvtv.and miiM lt wHh iwrfrct 1 rmul mn.t i.rni i tia.mli-Jt.1 rlpliipntil. t'Pfjn 1 Atiii 't mnovea from them Mhaiuilon fiuM Auj .'M. it Iminrdtatrly rurva IhlcK, ervoui, ana liuimi Jitjutii-, riilleiwr, Convutilon. 1'araUtli. Ily niftla, rSlwiilrKnnt, and htdiKMiUon, iitis tne arpruvmi oi iiunumu vi inri' lani, aml la tha oiiccwm of the at,a fir heivoua .'roKtratlon. Ktud for jroor or cnrra. ltuv of your druojiit. If roa alhlei lf not, e will mail Iton nnrivl of prlre. Wwnli ir lai aU txiiM JJW. Adilrwa II. V.IIIAVLK X CO.. IS Tmple l'Uw, llotoD, Maaa. STONES IN THE KIDNEYS Hiut lllatltlor Kiin'lled f.ong Kullerlnc ol one of Troy'8 Ileal IV'ojile A Luckir ,Man It ia by no meana a etrange tblng that Vt, Ken nedy ahould have receUed the followlog letter, Uf readloe lt you will see ln one mlnutewhy Jaraa Audrewn waa thaolilul: Trov, N. Y., Ajprll 8th, 18W). Dr. D. Kenncily, Ifowlvnt, X, 1. : mriif Untll wlthlo a reeent date 1 had (or veveral years (tuHered greatly from Rravel, called by tbe doctors the llrlckduat Sedlraeot. tor about a year iaat tlita aedlment haa not paaaed off ln tne uaual quantlty, but haa accuniulated, cauains me un told paln. Ilarltie heard o( " Kenuedy'o Favorlte liemwly" I trled It ln my caae, and atter ualnx about one and one-half Iwttlen, I volded a stone from the li'.adder. ot an oval ahape, tteven aliteenths ot an loch long, and rougli on lta aur face. I eend you tho larjEfwt plece tliat you may aee of wbat lt la compoaed, Slnce then 1 have feltnopatn. I now conalder myaelf cured. and cannot expreaa my thankf ulneaa and firatitude for ao alenal a deliveranee from a terrible diaeaae. You have my convent to une thla letter, ahould you wtali to do ao. for the benetU of other aufferera. Youth truly, JAMKS ANUHKWS. No. 10 Marahal Street, Ida 11111, When we conalder that tho medtclne which dld thla Bervlce for Mr. Andrewn coau only one dollar a bottle, It would aeeru that peraona atlllcted ln llke faahlon can atTord the expenaoof teattng IU vlr tuea. Get it of your drujrgU, or addreaa Dr Davhl Kennedy. Hondout, N. V ' Dr Kennedy'a Favorlte Ueinedy" for aale by all druggbt. 1 MlitKoK Ukb, May 9l llavltiK pimhaaed tha troieily Iu lifilln ftrnirlj owuad by A A Tratt. 1 dtMtrato lufuiui tha iiulillo that 1 haU Ut tlfannlto afcoiiiiuiKlate Ktioiit wuhluit Uwu aud hore wi'ina. 1 homi tlralrlutf, ra ottlalu InLa. t'anily, rlgtri, Ifinouada and awU-WMlfr wlU alo t A at tlta Iioum. lrg iwrthra tviiiluii III ohltufl by lufonnluii me a day or twooiavlitua. KmiUully, C II. HTMVAliT 100 FANCY ADVERTISING CARDS, -A-vv all it.fftrreiil. wllll oi wllboul aiheillMiuvou on thvll. 1 (rve, for Uu IhuiI tam . 90U, all n.tTIVbl, II , Iui hauitHolt.e ttcraj. lliwk I'l. Iurra.s (Mita. Adilrnui DMON CAIill t'OMrANV. Mouladlr, VI. I ATB7WrrTTi, I ?ul'Pi7I'5im mttm: (Iaitkiis iiii.i:. Oh, tltfl waary aolemn lllenre Ot a houxe wlthont tl.o rMMren I Ob, tlie .tranite opprea.lve .tlllneaa Wli.re llie rblldren come no more I Ah I the longtng of Ihe aleeple.. For the aoft arma of the chlMrpn Ah Ithelonglns for thrir farea r.e.laif throiiRh the open rloor Tare. gone forerermore I Strange It la to wake at nihtnlght Aml not hrar llie rhlMran brealhlng : Nolhlnl bnl the olil clork llrklng, Tlcklng, tlrklng by the rtoor. Ktranga tx aee the little ilreaara llanglng np there all the mornlng Amt the galtera-ah llhclr patler, Wa will hear 11 nefermore On onr mlrth'foniikpn (loor I Wbat la home wlthont tha chlhlran T 'Tlalheearth without the yerure, Anit llie aky wllhottt Ihe pnn.hlne t Life la wlth.reil to tbe r-ore I So we'l! leare thla drrary deaerl, Aml we'll follow the (loml Bhr.h.ril To the greener paKtnrea vernal, Whare the lamba haye " gone before,1 Wllh the Sbei'herd eyermore I Horf .Too Ilenllojr XYon n lloiifinct from tho (Juecii of I'orlucnl. Joe Dentley was an Amerlcan bo; who had heen brought np on a cattle-farm ln the inlerlor ol one ol tho XHew i.ngland states; but who had left home for the tnoreconeen. lal life on board a man-of-war. IIIs first vovace took hlm to I.Isbon. where to hls great deligbt he learned that there was to be, durlng the followiug Kaster week, a great bull-fight. The wildeat bulls had been rought from Andaluala, a large number of horses from tho roval stables were to be ln the rlng, tho queen herself would preside and dlstribute tlio favors, and, ln short, it was to be the grandest bull-fight seen in 1'ortugal for many years. All thls had a peculiar fascination for Joe. In all hls alluslons to 1'ortugal and Spaln, he bad declared to the boys that the only thinghecared to see in those countrles was a bull-fight. Accordingly, having obtalned permlsslon to go ashore on Iho day of the fight, he made hls way at an early hour to the l.ull rlng, aud obtalned one of the best seats. He thought that all Llsbon must be there. AU walted In suspense for the queen to enter tho royal Iwx. I'resently she ap peared, and was greeted with repeated cries of applause. Then the sport began, and Joo watehed with Interest and enthusiasm the mad rush of the bull Into the rlng, and admlred tho acilitv of hia tormentors ln evading his onslaughts. Flnally, however, the supcrb animal had drlven all his op ponents from the Inclosure. For an instant the bull was master of the rlng. The most perilous feat of the bull-ring was now attempted. A yoting man covered with silver lace hung all over with little bells, undertook to throw himself between the bull's horns and cling to them tlll tho bull should be suflicieutly exhausted to be overpowered and taken from the ring. He couratreously mado tho attemrtt. but un happily mlssed his alm and fell directly in ironi oi ine enragett antm.il. At this moment of terrlble suircnse, moreover, Joe suddenly saw what had not been dlscovered by auy one else that the uuu nau iosc tne pauuing irom ono ol his horns. He stood over the young man, his eyes glaring and his whole attitude one of furious anger. Ile refused to be diverted by the colors glancing all around him, and he seemed to be considcring whether he should trample on his victim or pierce him with his naked horn. The young man did not dare to move, for he was aware that the uull possessed every advantage. Ihe ex citement of tho audience was at the high est point, and the over-wronght feelings of our hero would allow him to retain his seat no longer. With the sprightliness of a sailor boy he leaped the paling. On the furrn at home he had conquered many a steer quite aa wild and powerful as even this maddeued bull. He was consclous that thousands of eyes were watchlng him wlth eager interest s but without hesitation he advanced toward the bull, coolly placing himself so that with one hand he could grasp the bull's horn, while with the other he could seize his shaggy mane. The bull dld not seem to appreciate the turn events had taken, and for a moment stood mottonless. Suddenly tho animal recovercd himself, and with an angry llaunt of his head, renewed hostilities. As a good seaman favors his ship in a hurricane, so Joe resolved to humor the bull. He realized that he must take care of hls strengtb, for he would need lt all before he got through with his antagonist. Now the bull began to exhibtt hls wrath. lle writhed, and hooked, and stamped. Ono instant the audience expected to seo poor Joo dangling frcm his horns, and the next trampled helpless beneath his feet. llut Joo clung as he would cling to a life line iu a fearful surf. During the inter vals of the bull's violence, as in tho water on Its ebb, he struck gnllantly upon his feet. Each time he did so, cries of " liravo I bravol" rent the air. The bull contlnued to put forth still greater power. He plunged and tore around the ring. Alternately he jutnped and swung Joe from his feet, and falrly spun him through the alr. Tbe pa vllion tossed and reeled and whirled beforo Joe's giddy sight. Hound and round tlew the bull as in a race for life. Several times he completed the circult of the ring ; a clrcle of dust roso from his track and hung over it like a wreath of smoke. How Joe held on I He feared he could cot endure the shock and strain for a minute longer, and he dreaded to let go. He began to lament his rashness. llut all at once the bull's speed slackeued. Joe felt a thrill of gratitude as his feet onco moro touchid thn ground. He was tired of llying, and was very glad to run. The bull, convinced that he could not liberate his horn from Joe's unyielding grip, came to a balt, and with disappolnted anger began to paw the ground. Joe had longed for this advantage, which, strange to say, a bull seldom gives till to ward the closo of a fight, and he sprang di rectly ln front of him and firmly grasped both horns. " Bravo I bravo I" rent the alr. Joe brsced himself and walted, and when the bull threw hls foot lilgh ln the air with its little cloud of dust, by a quick power ful movemeut, Joe twisted his head to one side so strongly that the fierco animal was thronnoffhls balance, aud fell heavily upon his side. A score of men rushed iu to hold hlm down until bo should be secured ; then he was rolled triumphantly from the ring. Joe was almost deafened by the applause. He suddenly found himself a hero in the esti mation of the audleuce, and was over whelmed by tbe outbursts of enthusiasm. He was not allowed to leave the riuc until he had been led to the royal box, where tlie queen, with her own hand, passed him a beautiful bouquet. She also exteuded to him au invitation to come to the palace, where sho herself would receive the bravo Amerlcan boy, St. tt icholas for Augmt. Chlldren's llroll Saylugs. Chlldreu's remarks are at times even more entertalulug than their comlcal querles. Oue ot two chliuren who were amuslng them selvea by coloring pictures, suddenly ex claimed ! " Well, how stupld of you to paint that cow bluel" "Oh, It'sbluo wlth the cold," qulckly observed tho other. " Don't you see lt ls winter, and the poor thing ls most frozen I" A little girl on being told somethlng which greatly amused her, vowed that "she would remember it the whole of her life, and when she forgot lt she would wrlte it down." A canary had begun to twitter a little after moultlug, but was un able to sing its eutire tune. A little four year old, alter listening to one of the bird's vain atteinpts to master hls tune, sald very cotnposedly : " Mamma, birdle forgot the oth half of the verse." Canarles bring to raiud their eneuiies, the cats. A goutleman had a cat which had five kltteus. On orderiug three of tbem to bo drowned, hls little boy said, " l'a, do not drown them in cold water, Warm lt llrst j they may catch cold." Tho followiug remark of a little girl shows an oplnlou of her elders the reverse of llattcr Ing. " O dearl" she exolalmed to her doll, "lilo wIbIi you would sit stlll, 1 never bsw suclt an uneasy thlng ln all my life. Why don't ou act like grown folks, and bo stlll aud stupld for a while." Iu contrast to thls was the drllo.ttecotmtlitneutnaid to his mother. The fatnily were dlscussing at the nui.iwr table the qualities that go to make ...ir.. al..l tt ,.. UpUlD tU ntitt. uuuujr luuuUb 1110 lll tle fellowhsd been listeniuc or could undep staud the taltt, until he leaned over the table aud kissed nls mother, and sald, " Alamma, when 1 get big enough, l'm going to marry a lady just like you." " Vi:i.i., my little man, aren't you bare- foot rather early thls season t sald a beuev olent gentletnau to a Nt w Ilaveu youugster, " Uuess not. Wuz boru barefut, 1 wuz," was the truthful reply. dvcrfiniriMuf!;. Contral Vermont Railroad. Commenclngjuly 17, 1882. Trntttt tiotnff South tr( Lrnrf Montpelier n fuUotrtt 84fn 9 m MAIL, from Ht. Alhana and Itnrllngton for .JU C, III, ooncord, ManchwHM-. Nwhna, Worrwtr, lowell, rltohbnis, llontotl, fprtngfleld, iw London and New iork. 19 .M n m L1MITKI) KXI-IIF,A4, from Montinal, Or IL tu y, lll, (!ti("biirg and thf Wwl, for Ho-ton, yla Low rtl, and New York Yla, KiTlngllPld and New liondon. 71fln m MIXEI). froinrM. Albana, Rutland and Ilnr I.0U 1, III, nniflon for Northflcld. .IU (J. lll, hnrirandttni Went for lionlon tIa Lowill and Kltrhhurt, 'rrlniinpld, New lyndon and New York, and all potnli In Ntw Kni(land. HIwik ln(((Jari toijn1n(l.eld and l.otikinTla Lowell. Irntttn tlnina Sorth and Wentl 1 10 3 m NHlllT EXrnB. frmn Hwton and New J,IU d, lll, York for Montreal.Oi(diniihargand the Went, HWj'inK Car lo Atonlrfal, OCflt m ACCOMMODATIOST, from NorlliflPild for 0.JU d, III, Ii (arlington, Kntlaml and Ht. Johna. Qlfla m I'OCAL KXritFH.from Whltfltlvpr Jiinp' 3.JU &, lll, tion for ltnrllnnton, nt. ALtni, Klchford and Itoiinea I'olnt. Iflfln m IAY r.XPRMfl. Uavi liopton vla Flteh d.UU y, lll, tinrg at B.(0 a. m,t vla lowell at ft.no a. m., New lyndon at S.00 k, m "iiriniiflpld at 0 ) a. m., for llarllnton, t. Anmnn, Montreal, Osdriniibnrir and tha Weat, IfranlDK Itoom CartoMonlrtral, A97n m accommohation, from white ri t. y, iil Jnnrtlon for Jlnrllntrton, Ht, Albana, Ot lci. bnrg and Monlrral. Trnlna Iravw for llnrrn al 7.10 a, m , 11.10 a, ni and S ii n. m. KrtarnlnK, Itarre at 8.M a. m.( II vi a. m. and 4 (Hi p. m. Throuich th ketn to Chlcago and all polnta W'tnt for al at tho prlnclnal atatlona. J. W, IIOIIART, Oonpral SiiiwrlnU-ndent. 8. W. CUMMINHS.ltfnersl rannnttir Agent. THE GOOD PEOPLE II. S. OF AIERICA, Tho roHt of Mankiiitl Contemplate Spending the SUMMER AT KITHKa OF THI World-Renowned fciog Places : MII.WAUKKK, WAUKKSIIA, 1-AI.MVKA, MADISON, I'lt.VIltli: IIU I IIIK.N. I'KIVAIIKKI!, I.AKK HIDK. HAltTLAM), NAS1IOTAII, (1IIKI11DS. (IKAUUIlHi:, (K'()N(I.M()V(IC. KII.1IOU11N OITV (tlelll of the Wiv.jn.ln), NIMItTA, FltONTKNAC, NT, 1'AUI., MINNKAI'OI.IN, I'ltlOH I.AKK. IIIO STO.Ni: I.AKK (Orlonvllle), NI'IIIIT I.AUIC, I.AKi: OKIIHO.IKi:, UI.KAIl T.AKK, Lko MINNKTONKA, M'llITK IIKAIt I.ilkr. iii:avi:u iam, ki.kiiai1t i.aki! b1..1 asiii.anii, Stara of the Qr.t magnllue. all radlant wlth health an.l .pa.iire.glrfn2 proirtlea. will lo w.ll to bear In nittnl that the .U'a.lygomg, rellable anit comforUUIe luibllo aervant. the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul RAILWAY, CoNTINt Ki to run IU I'aUtial Cnaihca and I'atlor ('ara ovrrlUnmKnlncent Iknni ttwH-n Chiojmo. Xllwankw, t .'ni, MlniitHf.iifi and all irlnclul clilwt, vlllant-a aml ontii In the n.thly, GOLDEN NORTinVEST, nd contlniif to gle unlMiiindiil u.ltifArtlnii lo IU lni' nipnnfl hofMd of I'utronn, Ihi'aui of tlin ix'rftlon nf Itf trnfk, eiinlimn'tit and ncnlfti. NuiiirTiiiiit d,ilr tralnn (t-iit unilayp) mrh uy tf tfn t'hicniio, Mllwauk't and all potnln niniifl, fsi'nr alon aml CViiirnuutlon Tli keln ln kwiiitm ulth th tciilrt iiionta of lht tlme, tMtMtwi MetroiotliHn aml Stilmrliati IiUiwh nt raUn to ciilt KltiK". Im. Coinmonx, the Kei'iihll (hii nnd I-emofratlf C'lllzrnn and Mon'tEn ot the Lanl of thn rrff, and the Home of the DratP." It lt h re liifmtrfreil alw that tliU old Kolfnhlo and I!xicMor Tliorougliraro tmerne Ihe ItnnAns.t Itfiilon of IUInul". Wiruaomln, I iwa, MlnnenoU nnd iMkota, nnd that a Tourttt Tltkrt bf twwii ChUiiuo, Ht, l'anl nml M lnnHioM, ovrr the Chl fitifo, l lltTHiikfo hikI t. rul tnllnH, nlwt tlm h taa'rii.or of it n i liiiite Irftwfen three nncr routm than can he fotintl plnewhfre ou lliln conllnnnt.Hll owniHl aml irmnrttfM by thla cotiitiany, and n ronnd trlp tliket l.y It ftlTnnU llie iravr-lf r a t!rtiilfr .arMyof eerithtng iilean Ing llian can te fonnd on any other rallttay. Come and ne for onrwlvf. .1. T. 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EDDY, No. 70 State St., opposlte Kllby, Iloston, Hecnrea TatenU t tha United HUtaat alao tn Clreat BrlUln, rraona and other foreUra ooantrtee. Coj'let of the clalnia vt any ratentfnrnUbedby reinltUnjf ona dollar. Auttminaiita mxrdedat Washlnslon, Agtncy tn tkt Vnitti Htatti ponttnt tnptnor fatilxt tttfor oitaiaia? fatentt or aierr 11 1 regard Mr. Eddy aa one of tha mott tapalU adia etitful uracUUonera wlth whoiu 1 bava hal otflcUl tntar oouraa. fllAKl-KS MAMON, Coinmlaalonar of latata.M "lnTentora cannot etnploy a reraoo more trnitorthy,or tuore napabla of ocuiinu fortneiu aoerly andfarotabla ooDshlaraUoo at tha Patent Ofllf. KUMUND UURKR, Latd CouunlMtoner ot l'ateata. "Hoitoh, October 19, 1970. MR. U.Eddt, E4. Dtar Jirj Yoa prounred for ut la 1M0, roy firtt pKteut. Hlnoe theu yoa ttmra fccle.1 for and atlvUej me ln DQQdreda of cm. and procured uiany tatenu,ralaaueaand eitonaloni. I nara OiHutJtonaUy eui ltoaton, January 3. lSSi, By D. CAItR of Montpelier. The Ham Btore, on South Malo 8trcet, 1 now openel. Auotlou ou Haturdayi.at one o'cUk r. w. Srwnd-hauil furmture bomtU aud aold. liwultful ,IAIAN TKAH ooiibiuumI to me for vnblleaiid rlvat ule, fartiii-ta will ava Sfttn rent iwr Kund by buylnn at thta bouw, lUr uewa aold t'huap. Slovei oouittautly on hautl. NTi:iJj(a:.ci: orricc. onlria at IhU tQUw, FOR SALE. Ona an.l-lianJ Yl.VK 11(111. Kll. Ibira ao.l ona. half lor lvuly-luur Iwrt, bullt Iry krmlall & Huuetu, aud In i(ecl rumOnii oWr. WlU M aiM lo , All'lf Wor ail.IitM 1'aCKB X iUMMlNlf. loulialr, Vin Angurt lal, 1SJCI. M