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VERMONT WATCHMAN A STATE JOURNAL, WEDNE9DA Y, JULY 31, 1881).
Thc Nljfht will hfOTPr To-Morrow. nv LVHA fvnitnvm rncK. Why hrood in tlin ilarknnm and norrow ? The Blght wlll bt nvcr to mnrrow. Th' aama ftnd laa chiu, The terror Hiat thrlll, The hoot of the OWl Htnl the whlp ponr-wtU'i, CTf, The wtlil. welrd nnh ll the plne-trce iilnh, The nlooni and afTrlRht, Twln nhantom. nf nu M Will Bfl WhW the nmrnlnn laiiKh ont tn the sky. Then nnw and fnrerer Th tefiighi wiii lever The IfOttMM we hoar from thofle that wn bofffOWi In tlie cat far away BlMpl the dawn of a day That wlll hanl'h llie darkncnn and lOffOWi The ntKht wlll he over to morrow. Tho Wnlt-r of Lire. Tlie last proniisn in tlie llible pre aents the full and free provisions of the redemption of ( hrint under the tigure of water: " Wliosoever will, let him take tlie water of life frecly." What hettcr tvpe? What more appropriate simile? ' Think of the elouda! Swift chariotl flylog over the continentB and lslandt, pouring out fro9liiiesn and lieauty upon the lands. Think of the aprings of all the niountains and hills of the globe, llmpid, heautifnl and sweet, every one a joy to beast, blrd and man. The trlckling rilla among the roekssing their liquld soni;s as Christ sang to the lonely Klijah, and he drank while the world thlrated. Every valley has its treams. Tho river eourses conibine and sweep on in the Dantlbes, the Niles, the Mississippis and the Amnzons to the ocean. The great lakes, like Su- periorand Ontario, and the gems of the Kighland and Alpine regions, forra ; great reservoirs of the purcst waters For the mlllioDS. Then tlie ocean, the mother of all waters, gives otT from hcr bosom the vapors that form all the elouds, springs, rivcrs and lakes. So the water of life has its systenis of dis- j tribution. Itcomea througli the Church, anil she says to the sinlul and weary, " Corae!" The divine Word is a well spring of heanty. Drink, ye longing and thirsting ones. Christ is the foun taiu of livlng water, as he said to the woraan of Saraaria. l'raver is a con duit from the springs of the everlasting hills. Falth opens the reservoirs of the heavenly heights, and we drink of the ellluent streatn and bathe in the heal ing waters. Ye longing ones, corue; the world's fountains will fail you by and by. 'Wealth can not be neld; it hath its last draught. l'leasure evapo rates into eniptiness. Only the full ness of Christ reniains. Only the proof of salvation is never drained. Tbere is but one river that ruaketh glad the city of God. Come, thcn, for .lesus' sake, drink of the water of life, and learn the sweetuess of this wonderful promise. Dwight Williams, in Chris tian Adrocate. patient submission to the will of God with a singular enlightenment of the spirit. I went to visit him. The child had suffcred excructating pain; for years he had not known one day's rest. I gazed with wonder at tlie bov. After drawing near to him and speak ing some words of sympathy he looked at mo with his blue eyes he could not niovc, it was the night beforc he died and breathed into my ear theao few words, ' I am strong in him.' The words were few and uttered feebly; they were the words of a feeble child in a poor honie, where the only orna ment was that of a meek and quiet afTectionatc mother. Hut these words seemed to lift the burden from the very heart; they seemed to make the world more beautiful than evcr it was before; they hrought home to my heart a great and blessed truth. Ma'y all of us be strong in him." lJtr nf Dr. Norman APLeod. How the TwoIto Apostles Died. Matthew is supposed tohavc suffered martyrdom, or was slaiu with the sword in the city of Ethiopia, in Egypt. liUke was hanged upon an olivc-tree in Greece. Johu was put into a cauldron of boillpg oil at Kome and etcaped death. Ile afterward died a natural death at Ephesus, in Asia. .Tames the great was beheaded at Jerusaleni. .James the less was thrown from a pin nacle or wing of the temple, and then beaten to death with a fuller's club. Phillp was hauged up against a illar at Hierapolis, a city of Purygla. I5ar tholomew was tlayed alive by the com mand. and bound to a cross, whence he preached unto the people until lie ex Iired. Thomas was run Ihrough the body with a lance at Coremandel, in tlie East Indies. John was shot to death with arrows. Simon Zcalot was crucilied in l'ersia. Matthias was lirst atoned and then beheaded. Barnabas was atoned to death by the Jews at Salania. Paul was beheaded at Kome by the tyrant Nero. Exchangt. bfacrttsemtnts. HUNT'S REMEDY WII.I. C'HKK the- Klilnnya: RKdl'I.ATK the ll. 1. 1 niid tlAKE III! worth I.ItIiik. " Tou rnn't Rfforri to he wltlicmt tt. FARMS best Soll, linviir and I.orittton tn tho Soutt). NCHA, Ckirinnnt, V. PARKER'S HAIR BAL8AM Cleanses anfl hcniit tften tlie hair, Prnmijtes a hixtiriant crowth. Never Failt 1o Rettore Oriy Mairt3 in Touthfui voior. rrfv.'Titvt 'iwi'lrutr dti'l hnir falllnR bcrttscments. HINDERCORNS. ThftonlrmireCuri'forCorin. Htops all pnln. rnmirf pomtort lo Hii! fci t. iac. at DniKirlsta. Iliacolftt i)., N.Y. AiTrnNeiiiuiPTiVE iTftvn von OoHffH. Droni tmw, Attitn. itnlttrt'j-tion , um DARkl R filUGER TO N IC . 't li! ' " 1 fnm Uefectto nutrltion. Tnke in ttmo, 6oc. nml ftl.W. T LATE8T IMPROVED HORSE POWER Mnrhlnp. for TH HHI1IN -.KANIN k. .tlu.-lii (orxAW !. OtlO wirti r'lrcnlnr and C rnnn- Acknowlwliwl C'ut l)ro Maw. ty all U be THE A Mother's Love nr. ll, r Trn-Yrnr.Old Child After tb Fallurr of FMt PhyKlrinns. My little Rlrl, tra yrain uf atto, had Ilrljrht'a Dl aae. Ut'r Htkl, feel and cyin w-to t rrlbly swollnn. Fourof otirl-Ht illjllnlm attrndcd Iht, lrat wlth otlt Blircetw, and hct llfo was dwpslnd of. Dut a ni"tli' is I'.yn and pravrra pnrmonnt all difncultlrs arnl 1 drtfrinincd lo try lr. 1 ;tvid Kt-ntKHly'a i'avor-lt- Itoniody. mslo at Roiiilont. N. V., wblch 1 bad hoard feootntneodeu IC liibly for Bright's Disoase. &OW btppr I atn that 1 d'-trrtnlnfd uprn ttaJl ronns for oiif hy one tlie wi-ll-known nynjptonis of tb dlfWHfl lc ft lirr. Worda fall tr pxprpaH rtiy R-rat'tudo. and I cftntiol too Mrbefltlj r iiitnniid tti r'avoriie Reinedy Fb-r ri'covcry waa ontircly dno t b med lOIDe. wliirh was the only ono takon aftr n r case was aliand.m.'d hy the i-tiVKii luna.-Mra. Ijuh.. A. Kempton, Weel ButUnd, Vermoni, Favorite Remedy, Rordout, X.v. PrloeOnedolltr. JoMhi-iU DnuarkA BEST 7 Wkendalcs SPAVIN CUEfffl EASY DRAFT. DURABIt ITY SQUANTITY OFWORK fe'TiS A.W. GRAY'SSONS, ATXMTSXfl AND SOLK at AN iTAOTTTuFRH, Thr Mnnt Hurcrnwfnl Ifrmrdy rvor dl. ovcrf(J, :i It Is rrrtaln ln i tn rffecta and diHi not bllster. Hcail proof below. Office of Charles A. Snydcr, The BarlBg Covert. Several years ago a party were boat ing on the l'otomac river. It was sug geated that tbere be singing, and a gentleman in the company sang, very beautifully, " Jesus, lover of my soul." Another gentleman among the uumber, being deeply moved by the singing, exclaimed: " My friend, did 1 not hear you sing that same hynin one night on the battle-lield, years ago?" The singer retlected a moment, and replied that he did remember to have suug it oue night wheu on picket duty. Ile had not heard from home for weeks, his heart was very heavy, and there, as he stood alone under the heavena on that clear night, he sang to the I.over of his soul that he might get comfort. The confederate veteran for such he was said: " Ves, that was wben 1 heard you sing. 1 was a sharpshooter. Vhen I saw you out on picket duty I raised my gun and tookdeadly aim. I caught the voice of your singing, and when you plalntively poured out thoae words, ' Cover my ili'lt'iisileas hoatl With the ahadow of thy wing,' my gun dropped and you were saved. Jesus did cover your defenseless head!" How many have been comforted and saved in the singing of that hymn. When (iod"s cbildren are in the night and loneliness of sorrow and longing, theshadow of the divine wings is over them like a great Bbeltering dome. When the deadlyaim of unseeu dauger covera them, there is another covering which is their safety from all dauger. The covert of his wing saves. ,7. Jt. JJ., in ChrUtian Advocate. Hy Name What a tenderness of personal attach ment there is in that phrase, " He call eth his own sheep by name!" What an intimacy it bespeaks! Every diaciple, high or humble, is better known by .Jesus than any child by its own mother. All our peculiar weaknesses, all our wants and griefs and backalidings, aa well aa our peculiar capabilitiea for his servicc, are perfectly plain to him. The valley of death is no new place to him; for he has not only trod it himself, he has led myriads of his redeemed ones througli it. On the resurrcction morn we shall find that .Tesua the Shepherd has come out of the tomb before us, the " tirst fruits of them that sleep." Even into heaven he enters as " our Forerunner." And so all througli the believer's experience his loving Leader is seen going on before; and the whole duty of a godly life is summed up in that single word, following Jesus. Dr. T. L. Cuyler, A Fri end i n Need f j Sanford's Cinger. With wliiit alin-rltv SANKoitn's tiiNftKi: n-Hii.in.l- to the orjr of dittreu. v omnip r putn hMevor DMdo h detnand upon it forrallef or ottfettaat bu not tnt-t with InritHiit rMpontO it li a dellototti oombiniittoti "f Importod gtoger( Ohotce nromutic" nnd niPillutnnl French hnnnly, tn tally unllke ntnt vustly superior to all otlier " k1 Krs,' pain i-urt'H kttd DAtttmtlJlg nostrnms. rnripc foml, inipure wutr. niilioalthy cltnieltOj un wlinlcsnint' fond. malarla. rphlnnif anil cnntaKlous dleiisiH, ('holerii-nmrhtifl. rrampi. pain;, tndlgettioili rnlds, OllllUt ittnplfl f'ver. I'xhanst lOD . niTvniu,. ness, or Ik.sh of ilOOPi that botel tbfl travt'lcr r honiohold nt thli iomoii mto nothlng tothosi pro tooted by Bahvord! Qivobb. A.rold cbeap and dancerotti inK'f i!d to be "the MniOi" or " goodi ' or "ODMpOT" Ask for Sanford's Cinger, AYith Owl Tradc-Mark on tlie Wrappor, I CleTeland nay and Troltinir llrod ITorRoa. Klmwood, III., Not. 3, 1S8. tn. B. J. Kkktai.l Co. Donr 8irH: I have dlwnys ptufhpd your Krn dall's Spnvln Cure by the half di7.oii iiittb, I Wfiuld llko prtccR ln larier qnantlty. I tbhik!fli Otte f the rn'st lltdmentM on earth. I have iwed lj ln my stablert for three years. Voura truly, Chas. A. 8ntdkr, KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE. TlRonia.TN, N. YM NuTember 3, 1SS3. Dr. B, J. Kkndali, Co. Di'ar Sirs : I deslre to plve yoit testlm'mlal of my ro.mI cplnionof your KendaH'sSpavin Cure. I have uspd It for hninrni'Nis. Stiir .Ifiluin nnd SpaTlnfl. and I bave found It a nure cure. I cordl ally recommend It lo all honemen. Yours truly. A. H. Oii.briit, Manager Troy Lauudry Stables. KENDALL'S SPAVIN GURE. SANT, WlNTOIf Codntt, Ortio, Dc. 19, 18SS. tR, B.J. KKNOAI.I. Co. Goutn: I feel It my duty to say vrhat I havednne with your Kcndalrs flpavln Curt'. I have eured t we.it y-tlvo burses that bad HpaTiiiB. ten of KliiK ((one, nine afrlleted with liiir Ilend and seven of Hiff J aiv. Hnoo I bave had one of your bonka and followed tho Ulrectlona, I have uever Kst a case of anv klnd. Yours trul', Avdiiew Tfbnkr. Uorsu Doctor. KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE. Prlce 41 vnr txittle, or filx toUlea for $R. All Btor- Kit- hav.' It Of cau k1 It for you, or It wlll be aent to anv inldn'HHon reeelpt of prlre by the proprle tors. ZS. ii. Kundai.l Co., EnoHburyh Falla, VU SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS .iiniii Farrar on Work. Vou think this world is a pleasant ! place to live in, but do you ever think that you were put in it for somethiug more than enjoyment? Every man and woman, every boy and girl has a work to do for which they are respon sible to God. Are you doing your work? anon Farrar says some very forcible words about this. Ile says: '' All tlesb is not the same flesh; one star differeth from another star in glorv.' Btlt however small the laper, however dim the tlame, every one of us may at leasl uplift his tluttering ruthlight in the great illumination. In nature the lion pacing the nioonlit sauds shows (iod's glory, and so doea the bee murmuring in the foxglove's bell; the pink sheil on the shore ful fills its appointed functions aa perfectly aa levlathan whltening the tempestu oua seas. Nor is it otherwise in the world of men, and because we are in flnitely below the highest there is no reasou why we ihouTd herd with the hasest and most unclean. If we can not aoar aa eagles, let us at leaal tly with ajiarrows. The man with one talent may more laudably and more faithfully serve God than he with live. ivook at these grades of men. The man who feels more pleasure in eating and in puttlng gin and ale into his stomach, or in gratifying his vilest propemitiei, ia a mere beast. Little better is the wblnlng curaberer of the ground who thinks that the world ex ists to award and appreciate hia idle uselessneaa." IMiysical Sius. Tlie preservation of health is a duty. Few men seem couscious that there is such a thing as physical morality. Men's habitual words and acts implv tlie idea that they are at liberty to treat their bodies as they please. Diaorders entailed by disobedience to nature's dictates they regard simply as griev ances, not as the effects of a conduct more or lesa tlagitious. Though the evil consequenees inflicted on their de pendents, and on future generations, are often as great aa those caused by criine, yet they do not think theniselves in any degree criminal. It is true that in the case of drunkenncss the vicious nessof a bodily transgression is recon nized, but none appear to infer that if this bodily transgression is vicious, so too is every bodily transgression. The fact is that all breaches of the lawa of health are physical sins. lfcrbert Spencer. Salvation. Salvation what music there ia in that word; music that never tires, but is always new, that always rouses yet always rests us. It holds in itsclf all that our heartf would say. It is sweet vigor to us in the morning, and in the evening it is conteuted peace. It is a song that is always singing itself deep down iu the delighted soul. Angelic eara are ravished by it up in heaven; and our eternal Fatber himself listena to it with adorable complaceucy. It is sweet even to him out of whose mind is the music of a thousand worlds. To be saved! What is it to be aaved iu the fullest and utmost meauing? Who can tell? Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard. It is a rescue from such a ship wreck. It is a rest, and iu such a home. It is to lie down forever in the bosom of God, in an eudleas rapture of insatiable conteutment. F. W. Fuber. JAPANESE SOAP. FiskMfg co. PAT.SEPT. 18-77 t 1 TapaneseI 1-S0AP. . RTRK'TbY Pl'Ki:. 1 -t In llie world for Cjtiuntlryt Itatli, Xuileti i r:d nuother puilKMwa, WiUnot yeltow tlia cluttifA l...e noaps mttdfl n.oatIy nf rontn. ('onuUn no idthv dimiMHBiinfl Kreaiet. CbDAXIxr s A 1- M A D. r ih.Iv, nrefl and prevAntachapiM d on luuiu, Hend Bevpn W r-.nt-pera or Trado MnrkJi tn in our noapt nnd get the niadaoineitt te oi oaral tvec ncnt out. Suld ly ;.! BfOOerm, Manulartun-d only hy rislt UF'Q CO., Bprtngfleld, BfaM N.-. Nolld flnlfl Wal h. 1 It91UU. Utitil latrly. Brat w(. n In (b worlt. ranten. Iiravy tniiul Uold ktluiiiinpt i;ui. li iu lailirj' liml KrntB' aiies. witli wxiki i atiJ raara uf rqual value. Oikt1 I'erwoii iu eki b lo altiy can -i- cim- frre. tocftlttr witti our larffamlv.il uablu llnt of IlmiM.'holtl StainplH Thmr aamiilca, ai wll as tlin watcli, W4 Had Kree. antl aficr rou have kt i t i'.-" in vnur homi f r mntha ml ahuwit tlx tn iu rt. Vi ho niay tiave lallej, ihey bec ume your own nroportv. Tbose who write at once no be pure of rcccivinf? thc Wiiteh and Siiniplrm. Wojiy all eiprp, frcfirht, ptc. A'ldreM HtiDiua al; Co., Bux H-.k, i'ni;.mi, W.uix- ELY'S GREAM BALM CURES HAY FEVER AND Oold in Head. A partiele li annlled Into each n-i,i 1 1 1 and U at '!:.'.''- Hv lnall. BRUTHEKS. W Warre CatarhH T THE "7 Hifree.ililf. PriCfl tlfty eent restitered. itxty centt, ELY n Btreet. New xorlc. Tutfs Pills rtiedyepeptlo, ttaedblltti(d,wssetb' er t'roiii exceu ' worfc f niiml or bfMly,'lrlub or ezponnre iu Malarial Regions, wlll find Tntt'aPllle tbe iiionI gri'niui i--. lornlivc ever ol l ereH tlie siil l'erliiK Invtilld, Try Them Fairly. A tOrOIIM ImmI.V. lirO l100, slniui; li cH :t ml a clicerl'iil 111 inl w i II rvMiilt SOLD EVERYWHERE. N. H. Downs' Vegetable Balsamic Elixir Is a positive cure for Coughs, C'.dTTs. Croup, Wl ping-Cougli, Catarrh, Uoarse- iiess. Inrluenza, Spitting Blood, Bronchitis, Asthma, Luug Fevor, Pleuriny, and all diseaaes of the Tbroat, Chest and Lunga. As an Expectorant it has no equal. Consumption has been cured tinus without numbei by its timely uso, It beala the ulcorated Burfaoea, and curea when all other remediea fail. Fifty-slx years of conBtant uae has proven its virtues. Every farally should keep it inthehooaa, .Sold everywhore, Henry, Johnson & Lord, Proprietora, Burlington, 't. siroiiif iu (Jod. "The other day," aaya Dr. Norraan M'Leod, " I waa reijueated by a brother niinister, who was unwell, to go and visit a dvlng child. Ile told me some remarkable things of this boy, eleveu years of age, who during three yeara' licknetl hnd manifeated the moat Home Tlieology. Not for years and years had danet been to church; she had long been un able to walk so far; and having no book but the beat, and no help to under itand it but the higheat, ber faith waa simple, stroug, real, all-iervading. Day by day she poured over the greal j;os pel I inean just the good news accord ing to Matthew and Mark and I.uke and John until she had grown to be one of the noble ladies of the kingdotn of heaven, one of those who Inherlt the earth and are rlpening to see (iod, for the Maater, and his mind in hers, was ber teacher. She had little or uo theology save what be taugbt ber, or rather what he is.(Jcinji MnrDimtdil. Dr. Henry Baxter's Mandrake Bitters are a sure cure for Costiveness, Bilieusnoss, Dyipepaia, (ndigeation, Diaeaaea of the Kidneys, Torpid Liver, Rheumatism, Diziiness, Sick Ueadache, Loss of A.ppetite, Jaundioe, Apoplexy, Palpitations, Eruptions and skin Diaeaaea. Keep the Stom ach, Howcls, and Dlgeative Organa in working order, and perfeel health will be the result. Ladies and othera aubjeet to Sick Beadaohe will tind relief and permanent cure by the use of these Bittera. Being tonic and mildly purgative they purify the blood. Priee 26 cts. per bottle. For sale by all dealers in nn di cine. Henry, Johnson ct Lord, Proprietora, Uurlingtou, Vt. A Wo.man's DlSCOV KRY. " Another wonderful discovery has been made, and that, too, by a lady iu this OOUntry. Discase fastened its clutchea upon ber and for seven years she withatood its severest tests, but her vital organa were undciniinid and death seemed immlnent. Fer three month8 she coughed incessautly and could not aleep. She bought of ua a bottle of Dr. King'a New Discovery for Consumption and was 0 niuch relieved on taking the lirst dose that she slept all night and with one bottle has been miraculously cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus write W. 0, Haniriek & (.'o. of Shelby, N. C. (iet a free trial bottle at any drug-store. Henry, Johnson & Lord, Proprietora of Arnica and Oil Liniment f Man and Beast. The 'jest exU-i'ual rcuiedy for UhcuiaatiBin, Neuialgia, Crainps. Spraina, Bruisea, Burna and Soalda, Sclatioa, Backaohe, Froated Peet and Kars, and all other Palna and Aohes. it is a safc, sure, and effeotual Remedy for Galls, Btraina, Boratobea, Borea, &c, n Horaea. ne trial will prove its merits. It effeota are in most oaaea Inatantaaeoua. Every bottle warranted to give satisfactiou. Prioo i!5 cts. and -)0 cts. per bottle. Sold every where. BUT MONTPELIER CRACKERS! THE BEST IN THE WORLD. M A N l J V A CTUBBD 15 Y C.H. CROSS &SON MONTPELIER, VT. ALS( ) MAN UFACTl! RKH H OF FINE CONFEGTIONERY. Pleasure. Yon can not blnd hpr or oftwn flnri hpr That inAlrinn, PtealHMi wltli eltln wsys; Rhe'll fllt clos liy you, Ifcefl not pomo nlKli yon I'prrhanne for iHuirs. pnrrhanre for dayn. Von Iohk tr meot hnr. yon rusli to fjrt-et hBf Wltli - in i ! -. In splondor of ilk and lact ; Hut for soino laaaoa your ihospn .easnii Is not tho tlme you'll sen tier face. Sho kopps no t r -i it,.- bttt dnes lier llstlnfi, Nor Rraht a favor at onp's rnininand; Her Uatl of troadln Katp vrr sprpadlhK Their Koldnn net-work o'er sea and land. Homn day, unwary of malilen Falry. A Kentle art or some word you sneak lllves you a fenling past all Hleellum Now pleasure has klssed you on the eheek. Httrptr'n Young Penplt. M. Tho Marrels of Photograpliy. It ia not generally known that the art of making aun pictures photog raphy, in fact is a hundred years old. Vet it is now put beyond qneation, by dOCQmenti and pictures which have survived, that fifty years before Daguerre and N'iepce of 1'rance and Poi Talbot of England invented the art, photography was successfully prac ticed, passed away and was forgolten. In other words, it was a lost art, which the cxperiments of the Frenchmcu and Englianman revivcd in 1888, acting ln dependently of each other and un known to each other. Daguerre dis covered the principle of the daguerreo type and Talbot a species of sun print ing on paper. So far as they were concerued, their inventions were just as original aa though they had never been known to man before. Yet real sun pictures on paper and on silver platea have been hrought to llght which have been in existence certainlv more thau a century. The discovery con- : cerning this forgotten era in photog raphy was made, according to Mr. George ('. Rockwood, in the winter of 1868- 64 by the curator of the Brltish I Museum of Fatents and Inventions, and the prints and plates, as well as j documentary evidence of a moat con clusive kind, are in the poaae8sion of the museum. The pictures which sur vive are copies of Murillo, West and 1 othera, and the color does not sink into i the paper, but may be wiped from the surface by a damp Qnger, Concerued! in the tirst cxperiments were such in- j ventors as Wedgwood, Watt, and others I of the Lunar Society, the records of j which appertaining to photography are I preserved. It is considered that of the results reached fifty years aao Da- j guerre's was by far the most valuable, j original and praeticable; in fact, it is doubted if the inventiona of the other two would ever have been of practical value but for Daguerre's complete proc- j esa. The fact may have been forgotten that Professor Morse, the inventorof the telegraph, brought the Daguerrean proceas to this country lirst and had the first gallery built iu America, " the tirst tabernacle for the aun," aa it wascalled in the Westeru Ilemisphere. I Ile was before the French Academy in j Parla with his telegraph at the same time Daguerre was there with his sun I pictures, and they exchanged ideas, or " swapped " them, as the intcrchanire j would have been called very generafly in America in those days. The devel opment in photography and the prog ' ress it is making every day is shown i not by the latest Hash-light novelly ao mucb as in printing and engraTing. Some of the wonders in these liues are the reproduction of pictures for weekly j and monthly publications in a few ! houra. Not only this, but tlie whole ! iiooks, letter-preae and illustrations, have been entlrely reproduced by pho tography, and at a pricc and with a rapidtty truly aatounding. Mr. Rock wood mentions the case ol a nninl Bogliah publisher who, learnlng that one of his books had been republiabed in America, declared that tlie Ameri can edition was full of errora, ktiowino; that a work of auch maguitude could not be put into tvpe and printed hur riedly without errora. Ile was grcatly confuaed when informed that the en tire volunie, page after page, had been nboto-engraved, The E!bcyclopa3dla Hritanni ub lished in Xew Vork, was reproduced by the same art. Mr. Rockwood him self not long ago reproduced the whole of the oratorio of " Klijah," music and words, and the ineril of thc work is not only iu the cheapness of the reproduc tion, but in the freedom from all anx iety concerning its accuracy . Of course no proof-reading is ueeessary, as the sun makes no mistakes. Inveutiou is busy making extensive improvements in the detaila of this priuting and eu graving branch of the art, so letter presa and pictures may be transferred to paper on reels and printed from in stcad ot plates with wonderful rapiditv, and of course with absolute accuracy. liultimore Sun. He was How-Legged. He had taken a vacaut seat in the car by the side of a lovely young girl with whom he had some acquaintance already, and whom he was desirous of impreasing favorably. Under the spell of his brilliant couversatioual powers and the glance of his dark bazel eye the tell-tale blush had riseu to her eheek and bore inute yet eloquent tes tlmony to the progreaa the preaumptu ous youth was making in her good graces. Carelessly handing the train DOy a quarter of a dollaranii reqtiestiug the worth of it in caramels he was about to resume the conversation that had been inlerrupted for the moment, wheu he saw the lhish dU out of the vouiiL' ladv's face and a cold, iudiffer ent, wcaried look takc its place, und hc kncw a bllght had fallcn forcvcr on his buddlng bopea. On what triflea hang the deatinlea of two buman liveal As the boxes of caramels were thrown by the train-boy on thc young man'a lap they fcll to the fioor, and his fair oom panton had seen them fall and DOted the reasou. " I can never inarrv a man," she had said to hcrself, " as bow-legged as he is." ( 'hioago IWbune. I'Kc 1I.IAU in the i niiitiiiiation, propprtion aiui preparation ot it lagredientai Hood'a Baraapafllla aoeompUahaa ourea whera othei preparatlona entirelj tall Peouliar in its tjooil iiHint' at boma, wbioh is a ' tower of HtrniiKtli alaoad," peouliarin the pbenomenal aalaa it aaa attaiued, Bood'a Sarsapariiiu is the moat auooeaaful uedi olne (or purifylng the blood, givlag atrengtb and oreating an appetita. laV 'CONDITION UAV CONDITION POWDER Tllfrhly ronrMitrritfrl, roHn nmn.l. In quantlty rrwt Irpt thnn nrn-t"tith CJJBl a ly i"T mtu VrvrenX and iiin-a all dirva'. If TQto rnn'i a't It, wr rwnd It mail ntt iaid, 'nn jnvk. B.V. Kivn t. 8 M h. ran fl.SO, BaVfllL ordtrn r pwpi uam pamh w. rivu 91. 1 1 m ran 91. m, t'- Kiprow pald. TcithniiiN frt-o. Hi-nd atsniiNior KarmcrH' I'miUr ffiilil (pl ico Zr 1 fn-fl with $1 X) rnormon'. I. H. nHNSiiN a CO., BrJaJMB, Mar. Tnaonir mown Bpprfflc for TIpft'Ttfe Flta. fj AIao for Hpasmfl and Falllng Blckncu. Kcrroai Wraknr.Mlt InBUnfly rcllevefl and cvrm, CXrtmAPn blood and Qulcknnfl mIhIhM clrctilatlonNmitra llzes ffprme, of diseam and naves nlcknffm. Carej FSKEPTIC SAID) n v Motchcn and ntubbom blood Borri. EllmlnatPB Boila, CarbnncleB and BcaldH. jyiVrmanpntly nnd nromptlr rnrcii pftralynls. Yci, It 1b a charmlnft and hpalthful Arrirrnt Kllli Brrofula and Kln(tn Evtl, Iwiu brotbcra. ( hangcs bad bruatb to good, rcmor- VTH Inpr thc ean.e. Ttontfl htllorjs tcndcncles nd make. clcar coniplexlon. Eijualled liy nonc In the dellrliuu of fever. A charmlng resolvcnt and a matchleu laiattve. It drlves Slck Hcadacho like the wlnd. taf-C'outalcs no drastlc catharttc or optatcs. UeUeye (THE GREAT .. . LZJ- - - - I I ft. JNERVEICONQWER10R M lll lll I ,Ammt ' 1 ' I I 1 If thc brain of morbld fanctcs. Promptly cnrce Khcu matlnm by roatlng Jt. Rcatorcs Hfc-glrlng proper tlna to tho blood. Ih piarantccd to cure all ncrrouj dlnordcra. tRellable when all oplates fall. lio frcahns tho mind and Invlgoratcs thc body. Curei dyspepela or money rcf undcd. Dlseanoaof thc blood own tt a conqueror. Endoracd In wrlilng by ovcrflfty thousand lcadlnir cltlicn, clerifjincn and pliyBtcians In U. 8. and Europc. laForBaloballleadlngdnigglBta. the DR.S, A.RICHSOND NERYINE CO,St.Joteph,Ho. jr Llvcr Pllls, 25c. at DrugglsUi. , AHD BOOK BINDERYl Paper Box Factory. Partiet who have any bouh they utish bound or repairtd, or use Paper Boxes, should writ$ to M. W. WHEELOCK, MONTPELIER, VT.t gor lowt$t prices for good work.j. (Time H ablcs. Montpelier & Wells R. R. R, Taking EffecTjuly 1, 1889. Leave Montpelier 4 : 4i P. M. ; arrive ni V'lln Kiver at t:M a. U ': 08 I. M., '2:?t V. M.. H:4t) I. M. Leave Wells River fo'i 2 :, A P. m., BtftS P. m.; arrlvf nt Montpelier nt 9: 00 a. m., 13 1 8 r. m., -1 : 17 p. k., 1: 15 !'. M. Trainj leavlng Montpelier at SiM a.m. and l :i p.m . make clnnf coiiiieetiona at WcIIh Uiver for all notntj lu tht White Uonotcilnit hikI for pohita uortli and south on the risnuniic milroad; aUo for Il8ti.u and all Interniedlitte pnlntA. Tmuis leave Montpelier for l'.arre ut 7:ini and t: 15 a.m. hikI 13:00 and 1:38 i. m. Tralns leave Jtarre foi Montpelier at n : m and 10:15 A. M. and 13; i'- and 6: lo v. m. W. A. STOWKLL, .Superintmdent. . W. MOHSK, (Imifrul I'a.urtxjer Aaent. Central Vermont Railroad. Conimeni'ln Dfrrnjlier m, HS. Ttaim ;in!t South and East will Mht pelier an follotDi : H;r7 A. M. mail. for Kltebburg, fioflton Bpr1fl( Beldi New London uid New Vork. l!i:m) IV M PAST TRAIN, for Bolton via Low ell au New Y'-rk via SprtngtleM, G : ,'1H r. M. I'ASSKNtiKK, for White Rtver Jonottoo. 19:40 A- M. EXPRE88, for Bolton vla Lowell and all pouttfl iu N6W Kulaiui. Tfain$ Ooing Xtrth and Wott : J:."iO A. M. BXPRKS8, for Montreal, OgUen. burn and the West. : A. ! ACCOMMODATION, to St. Alhans, Iturliimtoii itnd rutland. 1 : 4 A M. PAS8ENGER. for Killington, St. Albaiid, Riehford. li'Mise'rt l'oint and St. .Inhns. S;50 1'. M. PA8SENOER, for Burlington, St. Aluiiiu, Montreal. Nrdentburg and the West. 7;80 P. M. FA8T EXPHK8S. Pullman sieep tnu Car to Cbloago, Tralns leave for Harre at 7:0B and 10 1 18 a. M. and 3:15. 47To and 8:M p.M. Traini leave for wlulanu ton ii at 10: Ifi A. M. and 4: lo . m . Tbreogli tieketn to Obteago and all polnti Weat for fiale at the prliM'ipal ItatlOUl. j . w. HOBAHT, Oeneral Manuw'er, s. w. OUMMINOS. lienera) Patienger Ageut. NATHAN II. DODOE'S E8TATF. s'i'ATK OF VKHMoNT, Waihlngton instrlct.M. Iu Probatfl Courti lo ld at Montpelier, iu and tor said DJetrtOttOU the 30th dav of Juiy, A. IHK't: An tnitmmeul purtiortin tO he the lattt Will uud Tettamenl of Natnan H. Dodge, late of Calai.-. in said IMntriet. deeeased, being presented to the t'ourt for t'rohate:It i ordered hy aaid t'ourt that all persoua roneerned therein be notitled to aiipear at a aesrUoii of said Court, to be held at the l'robatt ( imVe. iu said Montpelier, on the hith day of AtiKust, A. D. 1889, and show eaiute, if any they may have, against the Probatf of latd iustruinent: for whiefi iiurpose it Is further ordered that UOtlOO of tlil order lie puhllshed three weeks suei't'ssively in the Virtnoni Wqtehman d .smtr Joumai, a newtpapar printed at Montpelier, ln this state, prevlou to said time ai'iioiiileu ror iitinii;. ny ine i onri -Ai'.eai. IH-Jl KREDEKICK 1'. CAKI.KTuN, Register. HUZZIAL OLEASON'8 E8TATK. STATE i ) VERMON'l . Waihlngton Oitriet. as. ln 1'rohate t'ourt, held at Montpelier, in and for said DutrTct, on the Ifttfa day of Juiy, A. 1. Iwso: An inatrumeut purporttug to he the last Wlll and Testameiit ot nUBlial 1 ! leason, late nf Waitsfield, lu said lMstrh't. deeeased, being presenled to the Court for Probate: lt is ordered hy said t'ourt that all persons eoneerned therein Ih notltled toappear at a se.sslon of said t'ourt, to he htdd at the 1'robate ililier. lu said Montpelier, on the th day of AUgtllti A. I. I88V and ihOW eause. If any they inay have. aniilnst the Probatfl of snhl instruiueut: for whieii purpose it is further ordered that notiee of thii order he puhllshed throe weeks sueeessively in tho Vermont Watchman Jt- Stute Jourmil. a newspaper printed at Montpelier, in this state, prevtou to said tiine apppoiuted for hearing. By the fourt. -Attest. 1830 EREDERICK I. UARtKTOK, Kegistflr. HUTB K. ItUOOKs' KSTATE. COMMI88IONERS1 NOTIOK. The undersigned. havitlg bflfln ajipoiuted hy the Houorabla Probatfl Court ror the Dutrlol of wash ington CommlMlonert. to reoelre, eiamlne and adjust all elaima and ib-mands of all persons a:aiuit theestateof Kuth l. Hrook-. laie ol Montpelier, in -n-i Dutrlot. atecwued, and all olalma exnlbltad ln olNet thereto. herehv give nolire that we will ineet for the purposes afoiesaidat the 0004 Ol the Montpelier Savins llalik and Trust t olupaliy. in said Montpelier. n the 38th day of AiiKUst and l tth day of ilanuan UflXt, from ten o'eloek a. m. until four O'oloei P. M.. each ot said days, and that six months iroiu tbfl 18th day of Juiy. A D. 1888. is the ttmo Umited byflaldetuirt rorsaid ereditors to pre sent their elaims to us for examinatiou and allow anoe, Hatfdat Montpelier, this Jlth day of Juiy, A. D 1888, ASA ItLAM HAIih. r.Hnmissloners 30-33 JAME8 W. m;ocK V ,,""mss" ner Davii) i.oki'n i;stati:. STATE Ol Vl ltMnM . Washiuntou ltistriet. ss In Probatfl OoUrt. hflld ai Montpelier, in said DU trh-t. on the 8tta day of .luly, A D llefli lAiren H. I.ord. AdminUtrator of the estate of Pavtd Urd, late of aWterhury. in said l'is-trh-t, deeeased, preseuts hlt adinlnistratioii aooount for nzanitnatlon and nllowanoe. aud makes appliiation for a deeree of distrlhu tlun aud partltlou or the estate of said deeeased. Whereupou. it is ordered hy said Court that lald flOflOUUt and saltl applleation he re ferred lo a sesslou theieof, to he hidd at (he 1'rohate "ii... in said Montpelier, on the 10th day of Au gust, A. I). 888, for heartiiK and deeislon then-oii And, it Is t urther ordered. that uotiee hen of hegiTeu to all persons luterestud, hy puhlh-atiou of ihe same three weeks smvesstvely lu the rfrMNf Hiitchman .1 0(04 Jourtftl, a newspaper puhllshed at Mont pelier, previous to said time appointed for heariUK, that they mav appear al said time and pluee. aifll shon eause. if unv they may have, why said aeeount should not he allOWed aud IU0h ilecree made. Hy the Court. Aitent, 10-il 1-ltl.lH.itH h IV CAKI.KTUN, llentster.