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VERMONT WATCHMAN & BTATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1889.
IBoral anb Xlcligtous- "Day UnU 1ay niorrlli Spporh." nv K. M. II. A heantlful world nnr Father bM made, Adorned wfth ttif MBlttlHi and tnuehnd with tlin hftdfi ArtUtle It. hoauty aml i:r.nnl Its dfMinn IU Maker Ifl gtafloWi matehleM. divlnts. The niountaln, the mradnw, the oeean, the Mroatn, I ii IttMhlMi lB ihadnw, Ifl tnoonlinht'a nnft nleam, Are Bifltttftl ol heauty that tpeak tn my houI Of heavonly WtliOMi Of InvhiK emttrol. Tht fTin of the hrook t it U4M o'or the llMMi The inurmtirnf BffflflJfflJ ln mmleal tnnpn, Thc Ofltol Of .nnRiter't tn woodland or glflrft, Tht htintntagof iii'notn wth rtftdy rtfnlni The IowMik of klne 'neath Ilip hrow or thp hlll. tiip j.ftttpr of nladropi Ifaol itng tn iht nii aii mtnflf in ohorai and gntofnlli brlng Thp pftlflflfl of NHtiire to Nature' own KIiir. Fcr -ni hail pnlluted 1 1 1 1 n Kden H fair And icattered ln nned on thn ,weet-.rented alr, Wtatn Dlottaod tn tmh vtfovN utd orownod wttn the llnht Btftti floMod iipr laenoM knd nan ohoti Iht rtchl TliPii llkp a vast pletitre of nrandeur Hiihllme Wpri- typnn of eternlty paluted In Tlmn. Tht world In it heauty rtflflOfd tht faee Of Qo4i Its I'reatnr, hln vHfldott aud nrace. A vall Of eonfmlon, of lOTfOW and tear Sooti nhadowed thp lltflit ff the on romlOg yeari, When m.m ylehled weakly tOfltHfnl COntTOl And darkenod tlip radlaiire that Ihoni In htl soul. Thi. vall of offtOtC is now part eri In twnln, Kor nun ii rtdttmtd throvah kht Uunb that vpm itelai And I00B tTtry l.md ahall with flodHMI prnelalm, " Tht eartli ll tht I.ord'n, jjlory bt to htl imtnt.' Tht ionf of tftttlon that vrAktnod ii morn, Whtn Prtiti loioifttlon ffon httTtn wm botnti fctlll lOOndJllfl thp pfolttl of InllnitP Invp And dln!f p'Ttrayliiii tht RlOfttl tbOTtt WU1 ttho afar. i tht JTttTI rlsp and fall, Onr Ood li tht lUkir, tht tthtr of aii. TIII, fnii. ::,n it DOtOI Vflth thp ton froin tlie ky, 'Tix lott in tiip uiittidlnii triuinph on Ii. -1 Jforth ffattjiofti ,v. , llls Sliopp. Tho patriarchs nrereBbepherds, Darld was a Bhepberd; do wonder, Iberefore, tbat so many of tlic illustrations and lig ures of Holy Writ bave to do with Ihe re latton of ihe ibepherd and the shcei). Ili peoplu are God't sheep; hifl bless ings are green pastures and still waters. His guidanee ia the sbep lierd's rod and stafT. The Lord is our Shepherd. Cbrist is the Good Sbcnbord and no birnlinnr. Tlii phccn know blm by namc and he knows them ! as liKtiviiluals. Ile is their safety and their dellgbt; thouglithe walktlirough the valley of the shadow of death, thcy fear no evil, bccausc he is with therii thrrc. Hutthe cliief reason for the use Of this figure is its especial applicability. Even thousli it were an illustration, readily understood l)ecause referring to an overy-day iucident of Oriental life. it wonld not he used did it not so exactly Btate the facts of the case. Xo other creature can be so aptly used as the sheep to exprcss (Iguratively the atti turle and position of the (hristian'llie liever. The C'hristtan is not war-like, fierce, reuding and devouring; there is no retplendence of coloring about his life, no towcring bulk, no swiftness of motion. His life is jiietured best by a quiet, i)eaceable, useful creature, living lor others, content with simple food, leantng upOD the guidanee and care of a stronger and wiser hand, exposed to attack, helpless against ill-treatment, and yet niultiplving and surviving in flocks, while wild beasts perish or roam solitary and Infrequent. This quiet and colorless life ts part of our cross. It is the world'a taunt and our odium. Yi'i, it is the only useful life and the only bappy one. Iions, tigers, bears anrt wolves are not necessary to the well belng of any land ; civilization cxter niinates them and agriculture drives them away. Just so with the meu whose characters are portrayed by the Ilon, the tiger, tbe bear orthe wolf ; nobody wants them or necds them v.-hcre law and order prevail, where in telligence and viitue thrivc. Those who provoke the sword perish by it ; na tions ready and eager for battle are doomed to the fatc of battle, and, con 'luerororconfjuercd, are destined event ually to leave but a nain? " to polnt a nioral or adorn a tale." Tht Lutheran. Of duty toward our tinal dcstinatlon Ood. Fino feelings, glorious fcelingn wc all liave them after our measure: but fine feclings, quick, rcsponsive scnsiliilities do you not. know that thcy havc lieen the occasion of thc ruin of some of the grcatest geniuses that Ood ever gavc to the buman race? Feellng is a tniscrably cheap aubslitute for duty. It takes more tban leing bappy on Sunday in ehurcli to be re ligious. My friends, religion never stops sbort of holine8s. It means that, flrit and last. Religion does not stop at fceling. Heligion does not stop at Iradition, or at respcctahility, or at ecclegiastieisro, or at painted windows, or at spaeious cathcdral aisles, or elo quent preaehtng, or delteloui music. Religion means, always has mcant, al ways must mean, thc actual communion of the human soul with (!od in right eousness and lioliness. And that kind of religion eosts; it takes thc best there is iu a man to be religious in that way. Dr.Jmffph Parktr, ' Wbnt Dont Thou Here l IIow oflen is that question put still! When a t'hristian worker, sorely needed, descrts his post bccausc of sornc unforcsecn ditliculty, or to sccure lelfish gratification and case, to that couch of indolence or to that forest glade where soft breezes blow, tho queation comes, " What doest thou here?" When a child of Ood is foiind in the theatcr, the dancing-saloon or the place of cvil rompanionship, sit ting in the scat of scorners or walking in the way of the ungodly, again must tbe question come as a thundcr-bolt out of a clear sky, " What doest thou here?" Wheu one ondowed with great faculties digs a liole in the eartb and luries thc fJod-intrusted talcnt, stand ing idlc all the day long among thc loungers in the markct-place, again must thc inquiry ring out, " What doest thou here?" Life is the timc for do ing. The world is a grcat work-shop in whlch there is no room for rones. (iod himself workcth as the great Mas-ter-builder. AH ereatures fullill their needed functions, from thc angel that hymns God's praisc to the inscct that !lats in the air. There is pleuty to do, evil to put down, good to build up, doubters to be directed, prodigals to be won back, sinners to be sought. " What doest thou here?" Up, Chris lians; leave your carcs and do. Do not do in order to be saved; but, being saved, do. F. li. Meyer. bbcrtiscmcnts. Srrioiis Qaestionsi Thc true question for a man to ask of his bouI is not, " Am I fit to die?" but, " Am 1 worthy to live?" Xot, " Am I thinking of death?" but, " Am I thinking enough of life?" For it is no counsel of easy-going earelessness that I am puttiog. I am nol preacliing to have less thought or care about death and to leave the matter so. No, but that thought, tbat care, that sensc of deep and awful mystery with whicb all look at dcatl), when thcy think of it, sball be transferred to life. Then in that spirit go fortb, feeling each new day something of what it is to be alive alive in God's great world, in the begianing of a life that is to live on forever! Do a strong manly or womanly part; accept tbe mercics that come with a glad thankfulness; takc hold of woik and duty with a firm, hearty grip: in all life's intercourse, whether of home or of the world, fullill a loving. hclpful part. And tlien sball life go strengthening, greatening all the way: and there shall be no death, but only, some day, just as the laws of being bring it, a changc, a passing on, and the unspoken word " to come uj) higher " into the next and flnerstage of this wonderful life I Rev. Brooki Brooktt ForgeUingf Let it be obsci ved tbat rea! progress in Bpirltual things is ofien hindered by a morbid disposition to dwcll upon pas't deflciencieBi "O, if I had not done '.lii-: if I had only chosen another way of dealing with the foibles and weak nesses of others: ifl had given more thought to the higher and less to the lower intercst of life, it might have heen so mueh better now," said a con seientious, unrestful, rcpining mother, deenly iinxious on account of her liouse liold. If all this is only an effort to Bnd rest of soul by awakening the sympa thy of others in our behalf, nothing will prove so painfully fruitless; or if this be only an effort on our part toex pange the record of former guilt, the WhoTe teaching of the Bible is against us, for anything that diverts our thought for one moment from tbe only ground of presenl saivation Cbrist and his merii isa fatal dclusion. The 41 forgetting those things which are bebind"it a necessary coudition of successfully " reaching fortb unto those things which are before." Dismiss, tberefore, anxious harassing tboughts of what you right have been, or may bave been. Start ancw at the preseut moment in the name and strength of the Almighty. An upward, BDining palhway iuvites you to " press toward the mark for the pri.e of the high call ingofOod in 'hrist Jesus." Iteraember that the " prize " is not for such as have trusted that their lives have been " righteous," but for thuse only who have placed all ttieir hope "in ('hrist JesuB.'' No Iodsbt (orward 'i"r behlnd I look in hopo aul fnar; Itut, grati-ful, takr tlir (joil I timl, The best ol now ainl hero." M'uti'llHUtlt. Feellng iu Religion. Feeling is of just as mueh use in religion as steam is in an engine if it drives the engine, it is good; but if it does not, it is not good for anything liut to li.. and Imsb and bu.z. There are some people that scem to be like yard-enginei that never go anywbere, but keen pufflng and blowing and biss ing and running up aixl down sidc tracks, doing nothing, going nowhere. Feeling in religion is of no value at all if it does not propel us along the track Chrlitian Warfarc. Whether we meetthefoe in the open fleld or leap upon them while thev lurk behind thc battlementa of a c-ity , we sball by Ood'a graoe defeat them in either case. If they hem us in with living leglons, or envlron us witbin stone-walls, we shall with eqnal cer tainty obtain our liberty, Such feati we havealready performed, hewingour way al a run through hosts of dilli cullies and scaling ImpoBslbllitiei at a leap. God'B WarriOM may expect to haveatasteof every form of Bgbting, and mUBt, by the power of faith, de termine to quit themselves like men, but it beboovea them to be vcry careful tolayall their laureli at Jehovah't feet, each one of them saying, " By niy God " have I wrought this valiant deed. Our spoila optitna. trophies of our con llicts, we hereby dedicate to the (iod of baltles, and aserilie tohimall glory and Btrength, Spurgeon. " Beauty-Tides." Asked by her father what she was poring over, the other Sabbath, a little girl replied that she was reading the " beauty-tides." Told to look at tbe word once more, her chagrin and dis appointment were great to tiud that it was " beatitudes." " Why, papa," said she, " I supposed they were called ' beauty-tides ' bceause they are so beautiful." " ISeauty-UUeB " is a new rendering for beatitudeB, but is the difference in thought so very great? Oertainly tbe beatitudes, if carried out in men'l lives, would change the mora! tides of the world so that they would cease to be repulsive. The beatitudes would at least result in " heauty-tides." Pilgrim Ttaeher. THK N'kw DlSCOVKBT. 5T0U have beard your friends and neighbors talk ing about it. You may yourself be one of tbe many who know from per sonal expcrience just bow good a tbing it is. If you have ever tried it you are one of its staunch friends, because the wonderful tbing about it is ihat, when once given a trial, Dr. King's New Discovery ever rtfter bolds a place in the houie. fyou bave never used it and should be atllicted with a cough, cold or any tbroat, lung or chest trouble, secure a bottle at once and give it a fair trial. It is guaranteed everv time, or money refunded. Trial bottlei free at any drug-store. Tiik sayings of many great men would fdl volumes. Tlieir doings could be written on a postal-card, BiltCttd, i Thc trentnmnt of iniiny tliotmnnilK of oatei of tlu)fl chronic wrakiM'Hws nm (liHfrrwiin llmenti i ullar to femaJes, at tiio invaiida' llotcl nnd -.iiai.nl IiiHtltuti', llutrtilo, N. V., ha ffqrded a vast ezperlonoe in nloely tdapt- InR tnd thorointhlj- ti'ntJnjr ri'nnilii fi for thc curc of wotnan'rt MOUlMir nmlH'lics. Dr. Pleree'a i-'nvoritc Preaerlptlon la ti utgrowth, or result, of thiR ercat and valuatih! ('x,inl' ThoUMndl of tGBtlmO- niais. reoelTod from patlonti nnd frorn phyRi- clans who havc tcHtcil It tn thc mop- nnta vated nnii obttlnate oatea which iimi i.uiticd their Rkiii, provo it to be tho mott vfoodorful mnedy ever devlaed for the rellef and oureol H'jitt'i-iiijr womcn. It Ib not recommended bbi "ciirc-nll." but as n mosl perfeol Bpeojflo lor woman'H pccnliar aihncnts. A n powerfaii lilviKorntliiK tniilr, it liaparti itreagto to thc irbofe lyttcm, and to tho WOmb nnd Its nppcndnifcn in partictilnr. Kor ovcrworkcd, Worn-ont." "run-down," debllltatod teaohen, mllltncrt, dreBBtnakeri, leainBtreiBeB, inbplrlB," houie- kccpcrfi, nunlnB nOMerj, nnd feeblfl worncn genenuly, Dr. Pteraei rarorlta PrceciipUon Is thc (rrcnt'Pt carthlv hoon. U'inff unequaled iio loi i i.iiiu i-oiiiiai mimi irMiiiMiir ioiiii'. An a NOOtfiiiig and -1 n ?i u i li o i iu; iicriiii., "Favonto PreBcrliitlon " is une rinalcd nnd m Invaluable in nllnyinir nnd snb tliiinif ncrvoii" cxcitabiNiy, in 'iiability, cx linnptiori, prostrntlon, hyntcria. Bpairna nnd otiicr dlstraeitnff, nervoui BTinptonii oom monly nttcndnnt upon funotlonal and orhTUiiic dlieaBe of thc womb it inincc rofreBhing leep nnd ri iicvcs nental analetjf nnd de ipondenoT Ir. Pl'orec'n Fnvorltc Prcncriiitlon In a li'Kliiniiiii' inci i i in . oarofully oompounded by nn osncriencpd nnd tklllfui ph.vsicinn, nnil nilnpicil to woman'a dellcate organlzntlon. It is pnnly vciri'tnNc in its oompotitton nnd perfootlj narmleai in its elfeoM in any oondltlon of thc lyttem. For mornintr lokness, or nauBea, from wbatever oauM arisinif. weak Btomach, Indlgeition, dye- licpsin and kindrcd R intonis, its use, in sniaU nows. will provc very lienefiolal, "Favorilc Prmcrl ptlOII " laioNl. tlvccnrc for thc mot oompUoatod nnd ob stinntc oaietof leuoorrnoa, exocMlve iiowinR, pninfiil menBtruat.lon, nnnntnrnl mipprcs.Rjoiis, jiroinpsiis, or falllngof tbe womb, weak baok, 'fcmnk' weakness, anteveraion. retrovcrflon, hparintr-down scnsatioim. chronic cnnvpgtlon, Inflnminntlon and ulcerfltlon of tbe Womb, in flammatlon, pain nnd tcndcrncss in ovnrics, aooompanled with Internal hcat." Ati a reffiilntor nnd promoter of fnnc tiinml nction.nl that critlcnl prriodof chnntrc from ;: il I to iromnnkood, "Kavorllc l'rc- scription " Is n pcrb ctly safc rcmcdial uucnt, and tan produoe only trood rinults. It iB equally efnoaolout nnd jraluable in its effeoti wnen taken ror bbooe dtflordera nnd dcrnntfc mcnts incldcnt tothnl lntcrnnd ntOBt ortaoal pcriod, known ns " Thc Chiinirc of I.lfc." " Favorilc PrcNi riplloii." wbi.i tnkcn in oonneetlon with thc use of Dr. Plerce'i Qolden Medical Discovery, nnd sninli InxiKivc dnscs of Dr. Pleroo'i Purtratlve I'HMn (Little Llver l'ills). ourea Llver, Kldney nnd Dladder (twcnscs. Their oorabtacd us" nlso reinovcs blood talnts, nnd abollihea canoeroui aud scrnfiilous humora from llw svsleni. "f'avoritc Preierlptleu " is thc only mcdicine for womcn, BOld hy drugfftetB, ninle'r a poNitivc ruaranteOi from thc manu faoturerSi that it will give latlafaotlon in every cnse. or money w ill lic refunded. This ciinrnn tcc has been prlnted on thc bottle-wrapper, and fnithfuliv oarrted out for many ycars. I.ni u boitlcfl (1UU doscsi I.OO, or six bottlcfi lor IS.OO. For larffe. Illuitrated Treattae on Dlsensosof Womcn (hai paget, paper-oovered), scihI ten i cnts in slamps. Adili-css, World's Dispensary Medical Association, 063 Malil St, BITFAI.O, N. Y. bbfrtiscments. gcfcrrcb IJtattcr. JoHNSgLlNMgS l ' lnl'rnnl nnil I'vlcrnAl Vmr, Rtnpa Pnin, Ornmn. Tnftdmmiitlon In bMy rr llmh, llkr mntrio. Ciirr( ronn. Anthma, CoUia, CiitrTli, hol rra MorlnH, TMnrrhtt'ft. Hlu'iimatlNtn, NnnnlKlft, ijini lifirk.HtifTJttintriahdHtrnlnt. Ktitl iMirtloulnrx frH. 1'rlrej 86ctK MHrtjnM. 1. H. JOHNSON A ., ltonton, Mbxh CatarhH EIV'S CREAM BALM ClCKtlMI tli A yn Petln ftnd Intliiintiiiilhiii, II il Ittfl BofM l'wtnri' tttfl BfitlMt rf TttMtf imhI Bmetli Av.crvr n 1 j "" wu"-" mBm - w "TX A pArtlole applled IntO MHlh nottfll nml n R((Teoihlr. PfloA flfty oonti Rt fridtiAtn. Hy mihI), reirlntori'd, sixlv rt'tiln. BLl KltOTIIKKH. 'h Wnrr-n mm"'', N. w Vork. K' J Tuit's Pills 0 iimre lliuii u urKuti4. 'I'o lo pvr- munenti it mut iMintuin Tonlo, Alterative and Oathartic Properties. Speedily Restoro I the - vIh i lit'l r nut ntil ierlNtnlllc tniioii o - i ci . i;i i io rHTiilArlty Sold Every where. Worth More than Money! I CovtiO M0T Si.KKi-. A Uaii.wav Ci.khk's BxFcaiBKca. can trutbfully iay tbat Bell'i BarBaparllla belped tne vcry mueh of ndlgeition, and onred me of a Nervoui Dlffloult that troubled me attood deal irblle in thc I . S. Uaihvay .Mail Scnice. Many times I oould not ileep after a bard day'i work antll 1 took this medlolne. It en tirely Olirod nc. I c.in rc cniiimrini il as sitrc ainl reltable, i: B. Cookaon, Bangoi Ouatom Houae, Boptatnbsr 1"'. 188T. Fidy oenti a bottlfl e er whcrc. A. M. Robinson, Jr., Apolhecary, Prop.. Bangor. Me. JAPANESE SOAP7 I &Mf g Q W pATSEPT.8'-77j' SOAP. J , STRK Tt.V Pl'lti:. l.-t in Ihe world tof I.iiuinli'3 , iKth, 'I'toiett I ii.l lUlouiDr purpoiM WlUIIOI yrlloW lli'i rlolh.-n I. ,t' M.itps nmilc musUy i.r l . .:i relltjllllt 11" tlllttV liil':iM.-l IIIU LTI'llWH, Oi.BA.WB4V BQA 1' MAWK. I'.-niv. ly . un s uml in'Vi'iil'liiiii. il ur M.if liiiint. Sttnl i.fvrli H'nip ihts or InHM Maikrt frnln iur $aupi ainl ),. i lliu luiuilHnmrnt M't of curdn i ver H nt out. boltl I.)' bU ururi'rs. UuttfMtllfSd cnly hy FiNK M'F'U I'O., Nringf lelil, MmS 7;; Guaranteed Mortgages, 8" National Bank Stocks, 8 Investment ('o. Stocks. i.o tv Kute liontis Exehaniradi Matiirlnir lioiuls llouirlit. Intorest alloxved on Fuada in our hands for InvcBtment. STEDMAN & KELL06G, 8 Congren Street, Boston, Mass. USACOUA1NTEO WITH THE GFOARAPHV OF THE COUNTRV WllL I OTAIN MUCH INFOHMATlON r'HOM A 8TU3V OF THIS MAP OF THE s--J r'- ; Roiitt. RolitL. GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE (C, II. I. H V. nnd ... K. K. Rfa.) Wost, Northwcet nntl Boathwcat. It lncludot 03IICAOO, .TOLIET, HOCK ISLAND, DAVEN PORT. DE8 MOINES. COUNCIL IiLUFFS, WA TKRTOWN. 8IOUX FAI.I.8, MINKEAPOLIS, ST. PAU1, 8T. JOSEPH. ATCHISON, LEAVEN VVOBTH, KANSA9 CITY. TOPEKA, COLORADC ;3PniNGS, DENV'ER, PUEBL.O, anrt hundrods ol orosporouB citleo nnd towna travcrahifc vaat orooa of tho rk-hcst farmlne; lanrtu In tho woat. SOLIO VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS jjoaclinfi: nll compotitorB in eplendor and luxnry of nccommo.lations (dnily) betwccn CHICAGO und COLORADO 8PRINQ9, DENVER nnd PTJ 3BL0. Similnr mafmincent vr.sTlitl l.K TUAIN rcrvico (dnily) botwocn CHICAOO nnd COUNCIZ jILUFFS (OMAIIA). nnd liotwoon CHICAOO nnd 'CANSAB CITY. Modorn Day Conchcs, clonnt l)infni7 Cara (acrvinit: delicicms mcnla at modornte iirics), rcstful Roalininii: Chair Cars fBeate FREE) ;.nd Palaco SlocpinR Cars. Thc dlroct llno to IJELSON. HORTON. HUTCTIINSON, WICHITA, ABTI.EKE. CALDWEI.L, nnd all points in Douth nrn Nobr:;ska, Kanaau, Colurado, tho Indlan Tcr' lltory nnd Toxaa. Culifornla Excuraioua duily. Choico of routca to the Paciflc coaBt. The Famous Albort Lea Route Huna nupcrbly cqxiippcd Exprcaa Traina. daily, bct.woon C!iic:i?o. St. Joaeph, Atchiaon, Leaven worth. Kanaafl City, and Minneapolia nnd Bt. Paul. The popular tourit lino totho ucenicresorta tnd huntlns nnd liahinr? rrrmindaof thc northwoat. Itt Watertorvn and Sioux Falls branrh travcraoa tho frreat "WHEAT AND DAIRY BELT" ol Worthern Iow.i, South wtatcrn Mimc60t-i nndEaat Oentrai Dakota. Tho Short JAne via Sencn and Kankakco offera facilitica to travol to and from Indianapolia, Cin clnnati nnd other Bouthcm pointa. ForTicketa, Mapa, Fotdera. or deaired informa tion, apply at any Coupon Tickct Offlcc, or uddrcaa E.ST.JOHN, E. A. HOLBROOK, Ocn'l M 1 1 . i . '. i Oonl Xkt. & Puaa. Avt. CHICAQO. ILL. Attention. Dairymen! PREMIUMS. Cream Tester and Test Cliuni Combined, Tlip ( omrrpss of Nalions. It will strike moHt personi wbo bave jivcn any thought to tbe matter tbat tho OOfDlDg gatbering t.f reprpBcntativca of Anirrican nations is not attrncting the attention or nwnkcnintr the intcrest wliicb it (leacrvpB. Tbe asacmblnge will bc lield in October next and it will takc place in Washington. Tbe Invttatloni to tbe ttalbcrino; havc been aent to all the Kovcrnmcnls south of tbe United 9tates, and all of them have either dc clded to accept or are expected to ac cept. F.vcry nation in (,'cntral and South Amcrica, with Mcxico and the Jnlted Stateiln addltlon, will probably be repretented. There is an opportu nity to lurn the approachinsr COnfer ence to sood account. The trade of thc I'nited SIiHch with the countries to the south of us is not as great or profltable as it should be, or as it could be made to be by the excrcne of a fair sbare of enrnestness, intelligence nnd tnct. Wc havc COmtnodltiei which thOM coun tries could flnd it to their advantage to liuy, and they have products for whicb we could furnish a large and lucrative market. Certain condltiona now prc vcnt this lnterchange of rromis to the exlent to which it should bc carried, bnl Ibese conditions couid he changed, nnd they will ic changed if the conn trv takes nn interesl in the qaeetton such ns its ini)ortancc deserves. 'J'be princlpal objeetof Ihe congress ll the modlfioatlon of the customs laws of thc countries takitif; part in it and the ndop tion or extension of treaties of com merolal reciprocity. This taek, to be sure, is one whicb contains more difli OUltiei than are apparcnt to those who have given no thought to tbe question. The task, howcvcr, if approacbed in thc right spirit, is not hcvond tbe rcsources of our pnblioietl and statestnen. We do not say, of course, that either these or any other advantnges will result from the coming confcrence, nor do wc pretend tbat this is the best method to brlng such advantages about, liut we are convinced that mueh good can be accompllshed by it If the opportunity is availcd of intelligently and conscien tlously. Mueh good will result from a thorough dlscUfeion of tbe matter througfiout the country which the as semblage will provoke, even thotigh tbat body itself should fornmlate no practical scheme. St. Louis Olobe-Democrat. fcbcrttscmcnts. Given forThreeNe Snbscribers Vermont Watchman. to tlic v will nlso furutili tb4 Tetter f r MTentjrfly Mntfl lo nny iubicrtlir, old oi newi w Im um pudi of nittjr wjr tot tlie watchxam k jjww In ftdvAno. Tha psltAri u ll) i Miit In malli poitanc pdld Ad rjrMi THi WATOHtfAM rtTBLIHRIira COMPAVT, MoiitpeUer, Vt. I lll- llfW ll'.M'llll ll.' Hl - t l.i iv HMfttlia tlll t t In it niven Bxcolietit (ii r-:t in in bi Ii meotlM with rreal favor. It 1? l.iL.ni.iii u !iu p il hiidih r lolofitiiiu 'n" l6it powi witli ii rlflw .ii.Mi il- I hnt iM nol II iv a Drofft. Illt IHlUfHCtlon. I he lnilk a sn niarkea thiii the MroaittAge CCATTI C I'lUEttrtlH. llt UVy OIIHW.- 1.1 iM'IOIH s WkHI N A vet iitfi' nit ii i ii 1 1 im t nn' 4 r ulin r-n. Kt-nttlf, lartffMt i'll nt w aitlitiiR 1 tdi n rr y. 1'upu Intiun afc.OOH. Commerrlal, cdtirutlitnnl iunl (Inuni'lul tiiiUTuf riitff't Ktniinl I'niiiitr) I .i i 1 1. 1 -i in i ' i- i. uf v or f ji r vtlXH. II. KITTINtiEKi CITY. Hi-nllW-. U uali. I. in mllk In the tnhea run ttoVhnniPrt, no that thc nrtual iiiiMiniit uf htnter In Ult) niitk of any OOW '' Df c (Miiatfiy detartnlned. Wliau mh- fnitnd, it u an eany inutter t i;. m- ont her worth hh a htitter fruiliM'cr. Kvery nutn who owiih n heril tif cows Utd exneeth to lniirive them nhntihl have one uf thete little UlMOlnM. They OMtfJ tMQa MIQ are made iy Wymun I.. Ld.-.on, l niini t'enter, . Y. IIAnDWICK. Marble and Granite Works H. R. Mack, Proprietor. Bpeolal iBdnoemeBte to purohaaeri for thc tMaon of 1180 in Monumenfs. Headstones, Tablets, Tombs, Gurbing, Posts, Etc, nadt from Hf varicty of Marble or Granite. Literary 'o(es. TlIF. If ISTOKT OF THK ("KNTF.NNIAL ('KI.K- BRATION. a painpliiet of l'Kl (laRi'S, witlicij;lit pages of illustrations, issueil liy tlie jvirU rotk TVftttna, is now ready for oellTery. It contains a romplete account of tlic ihree daye' ceremontes and paradea in New Vork city, tlic hall aml the Danquet, and Includei tbe orationi aml discouraea of Ohannoey M. Dcpew. Prasidant Harrlson, Grover Cfeve laml, Bisliop Potter aml Other speakers, aml lists of cuests. This in the liest Routenir of the celebration in print for every one lio took part aml every one Who iaw tlie eele- bration aad, very partlonlarly, for every onewhodld nofieeft. Ketail piice, twenty live eents a copy, Mf.sshs. HoUOHTON, MlFTLIN & CoMi'ANV anmmnee tliat they have begun, umler the title " Rirerslde Llbrary for Voung IVo ple," a sories of liooks deaigned espeeially lor hoys aml girls who are lavinc the foumln tion of privHte Uhraries. The boolta to he lnclu&)d in tlie scritja will not be enhemeral ablloaUons. tobe reail bastlly aml qniokly torgotten, Both theanthon aiiil tbesubjecta irciitecl Indloate that they will he hooks to last. The great inbjeoti of hlstory, btogra phy, meohanlot. travel, namral blatory, adTentnre aml kimlreil theincs will form the prim ipal portion of the lihrary. Fic- tlon wiii not neceiearily be ezcluaed, hnt it will not form the maln fuature. Thc booka will he illustrateil wliencvei the subject treated neede llluetratlon ; blatory aml travel will he accompanieil hy maps. history aml biography by portraite, hnt the aim wiii he to make Ihe aecompaniuicnts to Ihe tcxt real addltioni. Thc compaotneai aml low price of the hooks forbid profllle illustra- llon. The liooks will he nnlfom in llce. contalnina (ron SIOOtoSBO pagei eaob, wlli he strongly aml attrae'ively hound in cloth aiei told at the price of ee venty-fl ve oenti a voinine. The iasuei for the gprins of 1889 are: The War for Inilejiemlence, hy Jobn Kiske: fieorge Wnshinion. an jlistorical Blograpby, hy Borace B. Beudder; Birde ttarougu an Opera-glass, hy Florence A. Merriam: f'p aml Down Ihe Hrooks, hy Mary E. Banford. other hooks are in preparation aml will he anuoiinc id from time to liine. Tiik BrOBT of Vkhmont, hy Johtl I.. Heatou, being the fourth in the series of the Story of the states. edlted hy Bldrldge s. Hrooks One voluiuc, S-o, fully UlQJItrBted. Bolton: D. Lotbrop Uompany. Price 8)1 .00, of all the states of the Aiuerii an I'nion few have hail a more varied or a more notahle career than that of Vermont. Atnidttl vcr ilant hills grew up some of the sturiltcst of the farmen, the ngbtera aml the oltlzena of the yonng rennblio, while the etate has the rlaim of haviug been the lirst, OUtatde the original tblrteen, admltted to the American fjBlon after a forty years' Mtruggte for its rlghUJ withont parallel in the history of thc country. 1'pon its soil the grcatest of imnl- ern reformi the oruiadee agatnat elavery aml intemjicrame practieally hail btrtb, aml its sohllers hail the prOUd pre-emineiiee of being tbe uiost relialile lighters in the leaderleai war of 1813 aml of turnlng the tlde of battle on thc hotly-conteated fleld of Oettyiburg. Not for fnrts yean has a history of the statc been puhlisheil, aml Mr Beaton has practieally hail a new tiehl in which to luhor. That he has lahoreil cou lctentlomly aml well few reailers of his en- tertaining story will rleny. He has pre- ented, not only for Vennonters hut for Ainericans, a connecteil, praotloal aml eiiter tainiUK story of the early times of the state, aihling to this aii BOOOUnt of the more re eeiit OVenti that have eseapeil puhlic at tention, aml has inclmleil in his reconl, as far as possihle iu the space at his coniniaml, the gTOWth of arts aml learning, the ilevel opment of IndUltry aml tbe evolution of laws, customs aml InStltUttoni tO mcet the Beede of a graoiOtUi temperate aml valiant peopie. Bn volnme ihould be at once ac eeptableand abtorblng to the peopie of Ver mont: more than this, it is a volume that iboilld attraet the attention of all lovers of every phase of our nation's Htory aml every adnlrer of itordy, peraUtent, de- oteil aml patriotic emlcavor. Mr. Heaton'l style is manly, uualTeeteil, simple aml dlreot. II Is full of practical purpose, Ibzbted with thc tonoh of the romancer aml the skill of the bnmoriat. Mr. Brldgtnan'i illustrations are a littiag accompaniincnt to tbe tcxt . aml will supplcment the intercst of this exoob leut aml nio.it aooaptable addltlon to the liest phases wf Anieri. an history. XnBBfl is a polloanaB Boeton who wears a 8.KHI iliainoml ring on an 018 a week salary. That looke like a case in which llenoe is dianond. Worauttr 7VJ(roii, . I.ost. 1 ilon't know where, I can't tell when, 1 ilon't see how lOmatulBg of great VBlue to me, aml lor thc return of which 1 shall be trulv thankful, vi..: a gooil appe tlte." CoCNI).-" Health aml Htrenglh, pnre hlooil, an appetite like that of a wolf, MgB lar digaatlon aU by takinu that popnlar aml peculiar DMdloine, II l's Sarsaparilla. I waut everylmdy to Iry it this season. ' It is sohl hy all ilrtlggists. One liuinlreil iloses one ilollar. vaketwe! (ummer (oomplamU, utampA, are alwai)6 cuted JettiianS " i - . dre ibr roldft, eoafftt, cottnuBpttoa ik the old Vetfi-tniiif taltnonAry nftinuiii." CntltJf 3roa. ACo.t Botton. F' r ii I 'rgr bottt ttnt prepiiMm (Timc (L ablcs. Montpelier & Wcils R. R. R. Taking Effect Oct. 8, 1888. Leave Montpelier ;, :"?;"r .'i arrlvc nt Wells Itlver M :M A U i:M r. Leave Wells River;', J'2 i:,fx i'. tf.j arrlve nt Moiitpfllr ni k:30A. m.. 11:40 a. m .. ItM ! m. Tnlni levlm: Muntpelier MStfO A M. uuil 1 :30 P.M. mnke c'lono eonnertlonc iit Wells lUver for all polnti in the White Mimntain. kiuI fur pointR nnrtn and imnth m the Paitninpllfl rnilnmit; nlso for ItABtoo and all Intennrriiate Mttitft. w. a. stowki.l. BupminttnlMt. V. W. MORSK. fi-neral a:fra-'r AVonC Central Vermont Railroad. Cotnmenelng Deeembev s. las. Traint Ijthin Smilh uml Ktttt leill l.ear.e MunU pelirr nt fbUotM .' 8: r7 A. K. HAIL, f"r Fltobburg, Boaton, Bprlno fli'M, New London ainl New York. IU : :m P. M. KAST TUAIN. for Itoslotl vla Low ell and New Vnrk via RpringAeli :3 P. M. PABSGMOatti fW Wlil KNor .Itlll.'ttOll. IXiiO ( M. BXPRE88 f..i B99PTl '"WM hiiiI 101111.1111.. !7I KnatlABff. Traitu (Jting North and H 'ei : BlSO A. M. BXVKB88, f.r Hontrwt, opini. bury hiuI the Weit. 0:95 A M, ACCOMSKIDATtON, to st. Altwtu ItiirtiiiL'inn auii Ciitlainl. 11:4.-. A M. HARSKNOKR. f..r llnrllmrlnii. St. Aliiaiin. Hlcbiord. Rouae'a Potnl aml st. johna. 3:80 r. M. I'ASSKNOER, fot Burlington, st Aii' in.. Mentrcfvl, i Nrrteaabttrg ami the W'eat. : ; r. M. KAST KXKKKSS. Pullmall Sleep. Ing Ckr to Gblcggo. Traliis leave f.ir llarriiiit 7:Maml K. nnd tilll, 4:uand8:Mp, m. TraJui leave f..r tviliiatna town Hl ln : l'i a. M. aml I : hi p. M. ThroQgb tleketa to CblOftgo aml al potuta v.'i.t for aii it tlie prlnctpa1 atatlona. i. w. H0BART, Ganeral Hutm, s. w. (TMMTNiiS. iieiier.il I'aaaangar Agout. Tccial 4loticcs. HKNJAMIN I . IUMIAMS ESTATE, BTATKOP VERMONT, WMtDRtoa IHHtrirt. ns. In I'rohate Ciiurt, heht at Montpelier, in naiit Iisi trlct, on the Jlst liiy Miiy, A. 1. IWl Lnttn It. I hin hii ni. 'AiliiitnUtriitrix nf thn es tate of BaDjitintn niiiiliant. hite nf Wnrcester, ln niihl DUtriet, ilueeaseil. presenti her adinln Ifttratioti aeeount for ex iiiiliiiition and MIOW aiire and makes RppUontlOII fnr a decree of diitrtbatlon and pirtitlon of tlie . -t ite of lald deeeaed. Wherenpon, it 1.4 ordered hy natd Cotlli that Ifttd Meuunl aml said apptteatinn he rflferTed to a xerision thereiif, to he helu at the I'ro bate Ofllc. in Mld KoutpeUer, on themthday of .little. A. I 1 -vi, for hearinx and deeihinii thereou And. it turther ordered. t hat imt ire liei eof Im niveii to iill MrlOtll llltere-ted hv publlOletlOII Of the - m rhree week UOCMttVSIX ID the VptnpHi Wtttrhmar A JHtatf .fiwrntil, n newspaper puhlisheil at Mout ptdier. prevtoits to said tltll appointed for hearlllK. that they niav appear at said tltM and plaee. atm bOW CMMi it1 MJf thev inav have. why aid aeeount ttlioilld not he allowed alid nurh dOOtNM tn.ide. !f the Conrt.- Atteit. m-i:' r i;:iKKH K r. i aiii.k ion. k.hhi. i N'ATHANIKL I'FIUlV's RgTATB. BTATE OF VERMONT, tt uhlnirtoa IHotrlrt. . In 1'rohate t'ourt.held at Montpelier, in .said IU triet. an the '7th d iv of Mav. A. I. K': Allen I'erry. Adininlstrator. with the will aiinexed, of the estate of Nathaiilel I'errv. late of Cahot, ln nald hlntriet, deeeaned, prenents his adminlstratinn ae eount for exainination and allowatice and niakesi ajiplieatlon for a decree of dintrihutlon and nartttton of the ewtate of aald deceased. Whereupnii, tt ii ordered hy IMfl I'ourt that nald aeeoiitu aml Hald applleatlon he referred to a neriMittn thereol, to he held at the I'rohate ili in aid MontiM'Iler, on the ISth day nf June. A. I. l"Wi, tor heariutr and deehdon thereon: Aml. It Im Turther ordered. that notiee hnreof he ivim. to all pernonn Interented hy puhlleation of the tamtt three weekn nueeeMnkvely In the Vermont Watrhman cf- Stittr .ourfoW.a newMpaper puhllihed at Montpelier prevlou to Hahl thne appdnted for heariim, that they may apnear at Hald time aml plaee, and nliow eaaae, tf any tlirv may have. why Hahl MOOUQt hould not he ullowen and nueh deeree niade. Hv tlie Conrt. -Attem. 1MI FREOERirK 1. CARLKTON, Rejrliter. l I1I I TKNNKY'8 KSTATK. iTl STATE t H VKRMnN r. w.isliiinitou OiHtrh-t. ss. ln 1'rohate I'ourt, held at Montpelier, In nahl 14 trlet. on the JMh day of May. A. D. Ilfetl Wllllatn W. Heiiry, AdininiHtrator of the eatate of Matilda Tenney.late of Waterhury. Iu sahl DUtrlOl, (leeeaHed, prenentH hU adiniulHt ratiou aeeount for exaintnatioii and allowanee, aml maken applleatlon for a deeree of dUtrthutiou aud partltlou of the tate of Htd deeeased. Wherenpon. tt U ordered b) ii l Oourt that utd ari otint and aid anrlt eathm W referr d to a eHlon theieof , to he held at the I'rohate Ottot, iu naid Montpelier, on thellth dav of -lune. A. D. Ihw. for i and deeUion theri'oti. Aml. It la fnrther ordered, that notlee hereof he fflVn toall pernoMH lutereitted hy puhlha tion of the nanie three week HiieeeHsl vely lll tliu Vtrmont Watchman Stnte Joumol, a newiaier puhliHhed at Montpelier, previout to sittd time aii poiuted for hearliiK. that they may appear at iahl illiie aml adaee, aud nhow eause. if any they may have. WIIT MUQ aeeount should nOl he allowed and Hiieh deeree made. Hv tlie I'ourt. Atteat. U I i KREOERICTt I" OARLETON, lleiUter. tii CELINDA JACK'ri KSTATK. 8TATf OK VERMON l". Washington lhsirlet. In I'rohate Conrt. held at Montpelier, ln and for Hhl OiHtrh-t. on thl ffRh dav of Mav, A. D H. I'. White, Adinluistrator of the entate nf T. t'elimia daek. late of I'alaU. In Hald Olntriet. de eeaied, make applleatlon to nahl i'ourt, wtth the COnMnt aml approhation iu writiUK of the lietr of said deeeased. reHhliii Iu the otate of Verimmt, for lieeliie to aell all of the real eHtate of aald deeeaied, nituated tn Calais, In aald Oistrlet. to wlt: Home fann. reireentiiiK that the sale ihereof wonld he helietlelal to the helrs of nahl deeeaied, and those iiitereHted iu her entate. in order to eonvert aaid real entate into tuouey. Where upon It is ordered hy Hahl I'ourt that nahl applteattou he referred toa Hesaion thereot . to he held at tlie I'ro hate oniee. Iu naid Montpelier, on the Tih day of lune, A l) lijw, for heariiiK and deelslon theremt: aml. It Ih rurther ordered, that all periotis Interetted he notltled heieof hv puhlleation of DOnM Ol MM ai'plh'atloii and order thereon three weeka neeei aivelvtuthe rrttnnt ,ihttn,it .1 Stntf Journal. HCWlpJtPM puhllihed at Montpelier, ln thti lUt, aud whleh elreulatei hi the nelKhlMirliood of thoie. IiitereHted, liefore said time id heariiiK. that tha maj appear at nahl liine aml plaee. aml. If they fi eaiise. ohjeet thereto. Ity the OOUrt. Attest, lu lj HIRAM CAm.LKTON, .ludxf.