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VERMONT WATCHMAN A: STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, 8EPTEMBER 18, 1889.
7 " Soch a Large Skeln." It U nnly knot ftt tlme. little nmn, It It nnly onn knnt, then nnnther; Mnko bdlrre It plr. let the cot run wy; I'ut your lioart In yoiir work, little Itrnther. " It It tnoli a lnrni. tkeln." Then heirln freth HRnln. Eoh iipw mlniite niiiy N lxKlnnlnn; When ynu'vt. merely bSgSBi It ean only lo fun .ftiHt to wjifc'ta how tlie Mr Itall m wlnnlng. BoM rfu'il OBi little mnn ; lf ynn want to, yon onn Not u SSM " e'er lieard cnmplnlning; And perhfti when you're tall.yoa'll reinemlter tbe bftll Aud tlic koln at Rood toldlerly tralnlnfi. tHttM. The Touch of a Flower. One, two, threc fourl Mr. Sheppanl, the ihipbuUder, slarted from his aeat at the otlicc tablc as the tall clock rang out the hnur, closed the books that lay around him aud crossed the room to an open window, through which the brccze from the rivcr eame up to cool the .lune air. The noiso of clinking iron and of workmen's calls floated up to him from the great shipyards below. His, all his, the piles of steel and copper, the un Qnlsned hulks of many vcshcIb ycs, even tlie great iron steamer so near eompletion, from whose sidcs resounticd the blows of hammers. The workmen, a thousand or morc, wcre his also, to work, to toil, to slave in winter's cold and summer's sun that his wealth might grow from great to grcater year by year. What matterto him the noisc and the lieat? At the shipyard gate his daughter waits in the carriagc, and he would join licr and roll away swiftly from the tumult and unsightliness to the coolness of tlie green parks. Sdine one eame in to ask a final or der; in the five minutes thus ronsumed Gwendolen and the roses did theirpart. "Tbonias," she said to the coach man as she waited in the open barouehe, fair and white to bco in her summer toilet with the bunch of roses on her breast, " can the meu doWD there stop hamniering if they're awfully tired or warru?" " La, no, Miss Gwen!'' answered the coauhnian, with an amused smile. " They're just like machines tliem selvcs; it's work day in and day out steady, or no bread for 'em." Just then a tired, haggard-looking workman eame very near tothe shining wheels as he half staggered liack to his place among the others. Miss Gwen leaned forward, and before Thomas could enter a vigorous objection her clear young voiee was saying: " I'm sorry you are tired. Would you like my roses?" The young girl unpinned the bunch on her breast and held them, sweetand fair, out to the bewildered man. Hut he took them with a muttered blessing. " Papa," she said, a minute later, as they rolled away toward the boulevards, " I'm thinking." Mr. Sheppard smiled back at the earnest face raised toward his. " When we go to Newport," she asked, a minute later, " what does Hays do with all the llowers?" " I'm sure, Gwen, I can't auswer that; I suppose they bloom and die. He always has orders to keep up the house and grounds as well as if we were at home. Are you thinking of any of your pet plants now?" " No; I was thinking how many must be wasted in your garden. O papa, could I could j give them to the men? Not I, you know, but some body. That man was so glad to get tbe roses home! " Then the whole little story eame out. At first Mr. Sheppard laugbed and leased and called the whole thing im practicable, absurd, and told Gwen to foreet such nonsense; she need not worry her brain about the workmen, so long as they put money in her pocket. I5ut the days went on, and so did Gwen's pleadings go on with them. " Just let Ilays cut the llowers he don't really need, papa, and you get two or three of those boys that run errands to give them now and then to tbe men when we are away." " A pretty story for me to be giving my mt'ii bourjuets!" said Mr. Sheppard. Nevertbeless, one day he did call Tim and Chipi and Iien, three of the most reliable dock-boys in tbe yard, and sent them up to the great house on tbe boulevard with distinct orders to carry out the wishes of Miss Gwen. Twice a week all that hot summer as the tired workmen passeil tbrough the gates homeward, the three boys, with many a smile and joking word, gave out the llowers " for Miss Gwendolen," and many a blessing from lips unused tn blessing fell on the head of the ohlld away by the sea. l'eople said those tlowers worked wonilers all that year. When the inut terings of strikes and uproar ran rife tbrough the land, all was quietuess and peace at the shipyards. I'erhaps just perhaps there tloated the sweet in eense of those summer roses to quiet troubled hearts. The rich man him self learned his lesson as he watched the men start homeward with the bit of brightness they carried. He learned that all men, great or humble, rich or poor, have souls that can be helped to hlgbei and nobler living or driven doWD to degradation and despair. Stltcted. money? I'se dun forgot to keep out any cnange, an' I dussn't stoop, 'count ob de crick in my back." Carefully raising a clcan calico skirt, she exposcd to vicw a white cotton stocking, with a good-sizcd lump just above the ankle. "Dar 'tis, boney; dat's whar I allus carries it, an' I'se nebcrlost a ccnt yet." Although the car was full of people, and among them one or two fashion able young men, it was characteristic of thcse girls that they could not refusc to do a kindly act, but bending toward the old negrcss, Miss Ilarrison care fully unwouud the long knit garter, and Miss Davis plunged ner little gloved hand into the novel portemounaie and drew out the desired change. A few years later Miss Davis became the wife of Licutcnant H. M. G. Ilrown, so lately distinguished for braverv on board the ill-fated "Trenton" at Sa moa. Among her wedding gifts was a simplc little vinaigrette, presentcd by a friend wlio had mct with ilnancial losses and was at the samc timc caming lier own living. Several costly jewcled vinaigrettes had been given by wealthier friendB, but it was the humble little silver and glass bottle which Mrs. Hrown carried on her wedding trip, that her sensitive friend might see that altered circumstanccs made not the slightest diffcrence in her regard, and the small love token was looked upon with morc favor than the costlier gifts of courtesy. It is certainly in accord ance with the lltuess of tliings that women with characters like these should be holding the (irst placcs in the land; one a member of the execu tive faraily, and the other a favorlte in Bociety, and the wife of a noled naval officer. Itail Expres$. bcrttscmcnts. Talmnge on Boys. I am sorry to say that boys are not generally undcrstood. Uetween six and fourtcen years of age the masculine nature is a mixture of mischief and BensitivenesB, and spunk, and fun, and trouble, and pugnacity, which the chem istry of the world fails to analvie. A little girl is definable. She laughs when she is pleased, cries when she feels badly, pouts when she is cross, and eats when she is hungry. Not so with a boy. IIc would rathcr go a-nutting than to eat, forgets at the lish-pond he has not had his dinncr, often laughs when he feels badly, and looks sub missive to an imposition practiced upon him, till he gets the perpetrator alone in the middle of the road, and tumbles him into the dirt till eyes and mouth and nose are bo full the fellow iraagines that before his time, he has returned to dust. A boy, under a calm cxtcrior, may have twenty emotious struggling for ascendency. Kspecially do I feel for a boy who has ruore fun aboard than he can master. How well I re inember the country school-house where we all had to be sedate, though one boy would make a face enough to put the whole school in danger of running over with giggle. It is an awful thing for a child not to dare to laugh when the merriment rises, and wells up till the jacket gets tight, and the body is a ball of fun; and he kuows that if out of one of the corners of his compresBed lips a snieker Bhould escape, all the boys would go off in explosion. I re member times when I had at school such responsibility of reprcssion rest ing on me and proved unfaitbful. The PreNident's Dauxhter. Long before the present Mrs. McKee was married or her father had become president of the United States, she was visiting in Ualtimoro, at the home of Senator Davis, whoBe daughter Kate was Miss HarriBon'a moHt intiniate friend. Hoth the girls were noted for tbelr quick sympathies, kind-hearted-ness and lovely dispositions, and the following incident serves to show that the reputation was not unmerited. The young ladies were one dav riding in a street-car, when an old colored wonian entered and seated herself di rectly oppoaite them. For a few mo menis she fumbled in the depths of a Oapaoloui pocket, and then felt care fully each tinger of her cotton gloves, White gradually a look of dismay aet tled upon her cbony featurea, and liually deaisting her efforts, she aat ga.ing fiopeleBaly at the toe of her car pet alinper. Suddenly a bright idea Beemed to strike her, and leaning toward the two young girls oppoaite, ahe whispered in a perfectly audible tone: " Honeys, wud you mind untyin' dls yer garter, an' helpin' ob me to git my HUNT'S REMEDY n ii i QtJlE the Klfnraii l: l j . : l l l tlu- lleiirt nncl NAKK Ljrfi wortll l.lvlns. " Tmi etin't arfnrd t be witliont H." Four Little Sermons. A Swedish boy fell out of a window and was badly hurt, but with clenched lips he kept back the cry of pain. The king, Gustavus Adolphus, who saw him fall, prophesied that that boy would make a man for an emeraencv. And so he did, for he became the famous General liauer. A boy used to crush the tlowers to get their color and painted the white side of his father's cottage in Tyrol with all sorts of pictures, which the mountalneera ga.ed at as wonder ful. He was the great artist Titian. An old painter watched a little fellow who amused himself making drawingsof his pot and brusbes, easel and stool, and said: " That boy will beat me one day." So he did, for he was Micbael Angelo. A (ierman boy was reading a lilnod-and-thunder novel. Rigbt in the mldst of it he said to himself: "Now tliis will never do. I get too much excited over it. 1 can't study so well after it. So here it goeB!" and he Qang the book out into tbe rivcr. He waa Fichte, the great (ierman philosopher. Do you know what these little sermons mcau? Why, simjily this, that in boyhood and girl bood are sbown the traits for good or evil, which make the man or woman good or not. He Had Twelve Jewels. Lord Lonadale, who waa reputed to have the largest family of daughters among the Kngliah aristoeracy, waa once laking a walk at B , a (ierman watenng plaee, with hia aix oldeat daughtera. Two other viaitora followcd at a little dislance, and one of them re marked in an undertone: " Alaal poor man." Uut the lord, who had over heard the obaervation, turned round and replied with gentle emphaBia: " Not 80 poor ae you thiuk, sir; I have aix other daughters at home." Cronik der Zeit. Catarrh Can't be Cured With local applicationa, aa they can not reach the aeat of the diaeaae. Ca tarrh is not a blood or conatitutional diseaae, and in order to cure it you have to take internal remediea. Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken internally, and acla directlv upon the blood and mUOUI surface. Hall's Catarrh Cure is no qnack medicine. It was prescribed by oue of the best pbvtioiant in this coun try for years and is a regular pfMOrip tion. It is COmpoted of the best tonici known, comhlned with the best blood purifieri, aetlug dlreotly upon tbe mu cus surface. The perfeot oombination of the two ingredienta is what pro duces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials free. P. J. Ciiknky & Oo. I'rojirietors, Toledo, OhiOi Sold by druggiats. l'rico seventy tlve cents. Anti-Apoplectine CURES RHEUMATISM. Bradford, Vt., Feli. 19, Ono TK)ltlo ff Anti Apfjtleotine curod rao of KhoumntlHin In tlie muftcles of ttio tinck. II. 1 Farr. CURES HEART DI8EA8E. Swanton, Vt.( Fob. 25, 1889. Mj wlfp hnI what ttto dortor cnllod Nrural. gla of tho Hcart. Anti Apnplrctine lm rurod hcr. A. n. QUAID. CURES PARALYSIS. Eabti'ort, Mic, Poo 20, 1W. I hftvo tnkon kWobOtUHOl Anti AjtopU ctine for i 1 i .i:.- , of tho lcft tf( nnd It hctpHl mc. Al.KXJLNDKR P. Jonks. CURES LIVER & KIDNEY TROUBLES. OaXaAX, Ui Feh. S(l, IWti. t ohtalned errat bciiellt from Anti-AiMtplct-line, for KMney anl I.lrer troubles. Vourstrnly, Hfiv. 0obok n. Mooek. CURES DYSPEPSIA. ' Bum.iNOToN. Vt., Feh. M, HHL Anti-Apojtltctine, WM HMd bf ftnMBltNfOC onr family n remcdy for Chronlc Dynpepala niul Itidlgestlon with very cxcellcnt n'nulta. n. 0. Wnrre. Prlco $1.00; Slx IloUlen A.OO. SOLD Vt DUU00IBT8. bbcrtiscments. CataprH ELT'8 CREAM BALM Clptinftpfl tlu NllMHl I'nHRi't, Alltirt 1'iiln itnd liitlntninutlon, ii . m thr HnrrK, BHIHI of l n-i" nnl BtHttUi v 1 MAY-FEVER hiin t'ui'h iioKtri) nnrl n axroculilR. I'rli' tlftf renU at (lriitigldtii. Itv tnHtl, rtKi.tfred, tlxty rtnitn. l .I.V IUIO'I 1IKRS, .'iti Warren Street. Now York. DON'T READ THIS A SPAVIN ON YOUR HORSE. Si'itviiii. lilnnbniM'H, 'nrls, Spllnts, " Swofney " atiflHll soft bnnehM Oftfl be )omtirely and prma- nentlv cured iy ttstnK ir. 1IHt m Kpavln oint iifiit, ni'W rpiin'dv tliat t a poittvn nirc. Hun-drt-dn of i a h r Hucrr.ssfiillv trcatod. No fiillnrfs yet. F. A. Woodblidn. SprinK II i 1 1 Stuck Karm, Vi'rk'tnnPH, Vt., havi: " It il tlie betl retindy in tlie tuarkct for the rurrs it ts ndvcrtlHfd to eflOl. and the nnly Spavln and Hinbone rure worthy of the natne. Send your addrrss on pntnl for hooks of treatment and testlinonlaU. The riKht reinedy ts worth ffi0 to rOQ. We havi' it. PflN 1 B6f hox, and only one hox rfuulred for a ruro. At ilniKKt-1!-L'Benoother. THE OITY DRUG BTORE, Vornonneti, Vt. Currmt Xitcruturc. 88 Mystic Ranges. Best in the World. Stovcs of all Kinds Furnace Work a Specialty. PLANS AND ESTIMATES GIVEN. See the l'erfect Furnaee before biiying any Other. D. DEWEY & SON. 72tf Assets Represented, $250,000,000.00. A. C. BROWN & SON, FIRE, LIFE and ACCIDENT Insurance Agents, Both Foreign and Amcric n Companies Kepresented. FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES. Connecticut Fire Insurance Company Assets. $ 3,ckx),ooo Continental Insurance Company Assets, 5,000,000 Conimercial Union Assurance Company Assets, 25,000,000 Fire Association of Philadelphia Assets, 5,000,000 First National Fire Insurance Company Assets, 400,000 Granite State Fire Insurance Company Assets, 350,000 Liberty Insurance Company Assets, 2,000,000 Lancashire Insurance Company Assets, 17,000,000 The Niagara Insurance Company Assets, 2,000,000 The 1'henix Insurance Company Assets, 5,000,000 Peoples' Fire Insurance Company Assets, 500,000 Queen Insurance Company Assets, 18,000,000 Sun Fire Insurance Company Oklest in the World LIFE AND ACCIDENT COMPANIES. New York Life Insurance Company, New York. .Assets, $ 85,000,000 National Life Insurance Company, Montpelier, Vt., Assets, 5,000,000 Travelers' Insurance Company Assets, 10,000,000 Fidelity and Casualty Insurance Company Assets, 750,000 IW Correspondeiice and Orders by Mail or Telegraph Promptly Attended to. Losses Settled and Promptly Paid at this Office. OFF1CES: Corner Main and State Streets, Granite Block Montpelier, Vermont. - Barre, Vermont. N. H. Downs' Vegetable Balsamic Elixir Is ii positive cure for Coughs, Colaa, Croup, Whooping-Cough, Catarrh, ii";nr ness, Influenca, Bpltting Blood, Bronohltlt, Astluna, Luug Fever, Pleurity, and all diseasea f tlio Tbroat, Chesi and Lungs. As an Expeotorant it has no equal. Consumption bai been cured times wltbout numberby Ita tinioly use. it beali tlie uloeratcd surfaeea, and cures when all other remediea fail. Fifty-ata years of riiiisiant use has proven its virtues. Every tamily Bhould keep it in tbe hnusu. Sold everywhore. Henry, Johnson v Lord, Proprietors, Burlington, Vt. Dr. Henry Baxter's Mandrake Bitters n sure cure tor Costireness, Bilieusness, Dyspepsia, ndlgestion, Dlseases of tho Kidneys, Torpid Liver, RheuntatUm, Dlzziness, Sick Beadache, Lossot Appetite, Jaundice, Apoplexy, Palpitations, Eruptions and skin Dlseases. Keep the stom ach, ltowcls, and Digestive Organs in good working order, and perfeot bealthwill be tho result. Ladies and others subject to Siok Beadaehe will tind relief and permanent ourebythe use of these Bitters. Being tonic and mildly purgative they purify the blood. Prioe 86 ots. per bottle. Kor sale by all dealers in medi cine. Henry, Johnson ifc Lord, Proprietors, Burlington, Vt. rionry, Johnson t Lord, Proprietors of Arnica and Oil Linimentf um and neast. ti10 best exterual remedy for BheumatiBm, Neuralgia, ( ramps. Spiains, Hruises, Buma and Scalds, Seiatiea. Ilaekaehe, Frosted Fcet and Kars, and all otber Pains and Aches. It is a safe, sure, and effeotual Remedy for Galls, Strains, Scratches, Sores, Ae., on Ilorses. Oue tiial will provo its merits. It effectu are in most cascR Instantameous, Every bottle warrauted to give batisfaetion. Prico 25 cts. and 60 ots. per bottle. Sold everywhere. Hanover Crackers Daily Do not expect too much from others, but forbear and forgive, as you de sire forbearance and forgiveness your-self. New BeokN. Sl KAKINO I'lKCKN, FOR LRT1I S HOt.AHS anii Ouu onss, by Eiien Ortensa Peok, and published by Lee and Shepard, BoStOO. is In viry Irntli, a " rare gvm na book " of Its cbarueter. Tbn book iflolndSS witldri its paues oriKliml rreilntionH nnil I i - oharMM and entertalnmeiitN for school ex hibitlons and bomn phiasuro, with pieeuH for blrthday and wedding anniversaries, Dncoratlon day and othor OCOMlonsJ oele- bretions. " Pkns andTtpks: or Ilints and Ifidps for lliose wlio Write, I'rint, Kead, Teaeh or Lfiarn," In a new and improvnd sdltton fliavinn been entirely re-wrltten), by Ben Ulinltl Drew, is SOOO to be pabllshM b.v Let .t Bbepard, Boston, The first edition of this valuable work was prepared espeeially for the beneflt of persons oonnsoted with tbe prSSSj but it had a wlde otroulatlon amonKall professlous, and beeame a refer enre book in some notalde institutions of learnlng, The book bjItm sdnirablc sd vics in regaril to writiiiK for the prnss, proof readliiK, Riviiig tlie amplest instruetlons as to how to eorreet " proof," and what words should bfi in italies, and what in Koiiiau; punctuation and its rules; a ebapter on 0T- tbograpby, oapitallsatlon, restdlng of Oreek, eto., etc. The MOOnd of Oliver Optie's storles in " The Blue and the (iray " series will sonn be issued by Lee & Hhepard, Iloston, his piiblishers, under the SUgMStlvS title " Witbin tbe Knemy's Lines," ainl is uni form with "Taken by tbe Knetny." The fame of Oliver Optie as the " ehanipion slory-teller " for yoUDg peoph), is en banosd by his latest proiluitiou, as the topie glves hini the tinest of opportunities to indulgn in tbrilllng narratives, while at the same tltns keeping true to hlstorioal ai - euraey. Like its jiredeeessors, of eourse, its seenes are eonneeted with tlie war of the rebellion, and the author states frankly that he " believes that all his events were possible, anil that every one of them bad its parallel in theaetual oeeiirrenees of tlie his tori al period of wbiob he writes." ,bljcrttsmen;ts. Made at White River Junction, Vt.and Sold by all Dealers in Vt. fttid N. H. Tho ttttady iucreaitiug demand for my guod hu cuiiiMllHd me ech year tu uuUrge uid u creue tuy ffccllttlei, Mid now I havi) thti largAkt and uiuiit cutuplte iactury of the kind iu Veriuout. Turuiiig out over 66,000 UANOVKR CKACKKKti avery wurkiug day provea that HauoTer Cckra ar tb veu ple want. A8K FOR SMITH'8 CONFECTIONERY. ru&nklug you for your ceueroui BStlOJMM 111 ftud liuuiug you wiU Klwy. ckl) (or MANOVKR CRACK. KHS aud BUi rit'S tUKIC CONFKCTIONKltV. I m reapectfully, 65 17 Ceorge W. Smith. White River Juncticn, Vt. National Baoi Stocis InveRtorw mipi1lpd with ntork tn rholce Texaii Natintial Haiikn, pthr old fr thone I mlzlng. FIVE AND SIX PER CENT SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDENDS. Tntal Nnttfihiil Hank apltat In TMU( only ! f)W, and inonry tti a tln dmand. i , . rata of Imtik dlncount. twelve por OfDt. Kow bankR pay i'' thati ten per nent illTldpndfi; many fMrn flfteen to p.lghtppri pr oeat per annutn. Twunty two yearn rtttdM006. ( orrcnpondenrp aollrited. Ad drrnn JOIIN (1. .fAMKS, PrrRldwnt FarmerB Na tlmi.il It.iiik. IInrlttta, 1xan. Hefern tt. Klrnt Nntlm.Hl Itank. Fnrt Wortli ; a tloiml Hank ( oniinrrrn. h t HOB. K. H. I.ubhock, State 'I'rfnmi r Aantln, Tvxuj (ommerrlal Na tional Hank, New York; llorj. Ion M. Dlrklnnon, Dttrolit Mirfi. Worth More than Money ! I OOOLD not Slkkp.- A IiAii.WAV OLIBX'I ExrK.RiKNCB. I ran triithfully say that Heii's Barsaparills belped me very mnob of Indigestion, and eured me of a Nervoug DtAOUlty that troubled me a ROod dual while In the U. S. IUilway Mail Servlee. Many times I OOUld not sleep after a hanl day's work until 1 took this medieine. It en tirely eured me. I can reeommeml it as sure and reliable. H B. Cookson, lianijor Ciistom House, September 1.1, 1HH7. Flfty eents a bottle everywhere. A. M. Robmson, Jr Apothecary. Prop.. Bangor, Me. Japanese soapT HftlTMlMla THBpublishers of Sl. .Ve eieis announoe that thal populsr oblldren's maKazine is to be enlarged, beginnlttB with the new vol- ume, wfiiob opens with Koveniber, 1880, and that a new and eh-arer typn will be adopted. Kour important serial stories by four well known Ameriean authors will be given duHng the eoming year. Si KiuNER's Maoa.ine has for its leading artiole in the September nutnbet a sketeli of A lexandre I Ininas, with a iortrait drawn from a photonraph. Professor fieorge Trumbull Ladd of Yale disonsses " The l'lan of the Filtinn Sehool iu Ameriean BdUCation." " Safety in Kailroad Travel " is a partieularly timely and valuable paper, very eompletely illustrated, in which the various eauses of railroad accidents are diseussed. Mabiom Haki.and's Home IfakW has in the September niimber a great variety of Interestlng reading matter. " After Antie- tam" is a sketeh of tnotdentS following the battle. An ex.piisile " Fantasy" by Krank Dempster Shermart is illustrated. Another poem is "Tbe Nation's PJower," by 8 H. Ludlum, in wbiob tbe praises of golden-rod are BUng. Serial and independent stories, sketcbes, poenis, the usual housebold, chil dren's aml art departments are allexeetlent and amply illustrated. THB PoPULAB BcnMCI Monthly for Sep tember publishes ehapters from the work of Hott, Iaid A. Wells in" Keeent Keonomie Changes." The work had been published in a serial form in the maKazine durlng 1SH7 and 1HHX. Sinee then the author has revised the papers and added new material. This new material is given in part in the September number. Mr. Wells' discusstons of eeouomie questions are always valuable. Two espeeially interesting papers are those on " The Ethieal View of 1'roteetion," by Huntington Smith, aml " Huxley and l'as teur on the I'revention of Hydrophobia." Tim Koui'M for September has an artiele on " The Lost Leader," by Thomas Hughes, in which he urges Amerieans not to follow Qladstone in his home rule tendencies. The writer asserts that Mr. Gladstone bas lost the eontidence of Knglish liherals. "Can )ur Soeial 111s be Remedled?" by Washington Oladden; "The Spoils of Otbee," by Professor (ioldwin Smith; "Henry (ieorge's Mistakes," by Thomas (;. Sbearrnan; "The Outlook for Industrial Peace," by Professor A. T. Hadley; " Pacta About Kruits," by Charles F. Iteaeh, ,fr.; and " Komaui.ini; the I'ublie Sebools," by Itev. Dr. .1. It. Kemlriek, are other very rcadable articles. BHOBT Stories will be a feature nf Harptr'i Magaxln for Ootober, Edward Bellamy, Vnnie Iruiniiiiii siossun. Margarel .1. fres- ton and Mrs. Lucy C. Llllle will each con tribute one, Edward Bellamy'a artiole is illed " With the Eyes Sliut." aml tlu- au thor takes his readers even farther into the future than he did iu " Looklttg Baokward." 1 he series ol Kussmn artieies prepared by Theodore Child, with the i o-operatiou of T. le Thulstrup in the matter of illustration, will be eontinued in the (li toher number with one entitled " Tbe Fair of Nijnil Nov- irod." Both the artiele aml the illustra- tions, in the variety of types aml seenes portrayed, bear out the Vioomte de VogUe'S lennition oi tnis annnai tair as a intcro osiu of Russian life." ProFISIOB JORM A. PjUNI, who wrote an artiele on Pbaraoh the Oppressor, and his Uanhter. whieh attraeted Wlde at tentiou when it appeared iu Tlu Century two years ago, eontributes to the September number of the sante magaaine a fully illus trated paper on The l'haraoh of the F.xodus, and llis Sin. He endeavors, by a searob among the monuments, to tix tbe Identity of this famous king, aml to clcar up the mystery of the sminng of his lirst-bom son. The Ameriean artist, Mr. Theodore 7ores, whose studles of Japanese life and land seape have r ntl.v attraeted wide attention iu New York and London, has also a paper on An Ameriean Artist in Japan, fot whieh a number of his oil palntingi have been en- graved. Mr. Wores ileseiihes many .lapau ese traits of eharaeter whieh might be copied to advantage by nations Wbiob are generally considered more highly clvlllzed, " An utter absence of sham," he says, " a perfeot freedom from all affeotation, oonstl. tutes oue of their must admirahle qualltieS. They show no falsti or veneered fronl T the world, the beauty of their homes lies more in the interior linish than in a showy out side, and the lining of their gOWUS is often of a more expensive and tiuer material than the outer stulf." SrnAKivo of mlnisters1 salaries reeails a bOD mot of the late Henry Fait'brot her. Meeting a minister in l'awtueki't with wbom he was aoonainted one tlay, the diviue told him he had rei eived a eall to another par Isb and should accept. "A eall.'" said Henry. " Ves, I have been lahoriug in tbe vinevard of tbe l.ord here in l'awtm ket for a number of years for a salary of 11,000 per anUUtn, and have rcceivcd a very Ihitlering otTer to go to Hrooklyn. with a salary ol 13,000." "And that is what you mean Dj a oall?" "Yes." "well, up at theolubwe should eall that a raise." rTOVidtnct .,"- nal. Tiiinos oue would wish to have exptessed differently : Oraoei "Aml yet, daar, how little we have seen of eaidi other lately, eon sideriug thcTe is only a pat'titiou wall be tween us." Killily: " ilul then, dear, it is sueh a eoiufort to feel that yOQ are on the otber side." Pxtnehi Dvsi'KisiA makes thelivesof many peo ple miserabls umi often leads to seif- destrnotlon. We know of no remedy for dyspcpslu more sueeessful than Hood's Sar saparilla. It aets geutly, yet surely aiul emclenlly, tones the stoiuach and other or gans, removen the faint feeWug, ereates a good appetite, cures beadache and refreches the burdened inind. Qlvs Hood's Sarsa parilla a fair trial. It will do yuu good. FiskMf co PAT SEPT I8-77J Gl LnAMrcrl I t ; " yt-i .1 1 J RTRK TLV Pl r.. Bfirt tn tlio world for I.fiumtr.v, Hnth, Toiiet, :i!;i aJiotber pnrposMi Will not Jriitnv tii olothf liki mapt n::nt' ni'Htly Qfjqnh. i 1 1 ni riH no lilthy njnrMC jlTltiM: MTmci- CLKWrXr H,r HAD K. rUI?efycUr aml pn-veiit.-ti'hapn-'d r turi huntlA. Simd svr'ti Wrap pen or Itmm Maik rruni onr apa and g-t Ui luii.tlomt'Jtt nt-t of canlrt 4'Vt-r M-nt out. Sold by all grocorH. Manufactnrrd only by I ISK M'F'O ( O., HprInffrii M. Maa. Cimc Cables. Montpelier & Wells R. R. R. Taking Effect July 1, 1889. TflOTrn Mnut nrlirr Rt ! WiM A. M . . 1:111 1-. M. 1 1 10 I'. US P. arrlve at Wells Klrrr t S:M 2 : a P. M . . : M Leave Wells River ?rU a 3: IM arrlve at Montpelier t 9:tM i . r. v . , : io p. h . T. M.. BtM P. M. A. M ., tll Jft 1'. M. Trnlns IchvIiik Montpelier at H:30 a.m. and 1 :10 P.M. make clone connectlonn at Welln River for all poluta Iu the White Mountalna, and for polnts north and Houth on tho I'aanunipBtc rallrftad; also for ItoAton and all Interunediate polnts. Traini leve Montpellor for Barre at 7:00 and 9:15 a.m. and 12:00 aud 4:25 r M. Tralns leave Harrt' for Montpelier aM:0fl and 10:15 a. m. aud 12 i 48 and 6i lt P. M. W. A. STOWELL, Supertntendtnt. K. W. MORSE. Uencral Pattcnoer Auent. Central Vermont Railroad. ('oinmunritiK December 9, 1S88. Traing (iinq South and EUt ivill Leave font prlier a fnllmrs : 8:57 A. M. MAIL, for FltPhburR, Boston, Hprinfr (leld. New Loudou and New York. 12:30 I- M. KAST TKAIN, for Boston via Low ell and New York via Sprinvrlield. 6:38 V. M. PA8SBNOER, for White Krver Junetton. 12:40 A. M. KXPUESS. fr Boston vla Lowell aud all polnts in New Knland. Trains tlninf Xarth and West : 2:T0 A. M. EXPBESS, fnr Montreal, Ondeus burn aud the West. 6lfi A. M. A( i'OMMDDATION, to St. Alhaus, Iturllnttiu and Hutlaud. 9:4ft A. M. I'ASSKMiKK. fnr Burlintrtou, St. Albaus, Klihford, Kouse's I'oint and St. Johns. :t : "0 1. M. PA88KNGER, for BurliiiKton, SU Alljann, BfOntrOAli ' K,ieus)ur(i and the West. 7:20 IV M. KAST EXPKBS&. i'ulhnan Sleep tii t'ar to CbToftftOt Tralns leave for Barre at 7 : i'S and 10: U a.m. and 2:1V 4tlOsnd8;0OP. M. Tralnn luave for Williauis mu n at 10:1ft m. uud 4: tu v. m. Throagb tifkets tn ChioagO and all polnts West for sale at tlie priuelpal stationn. J. W. HoltART, Ieneral Manatjer. S. W. CVMMINdS. (ieneral l'a?tencr An'ut. Jffial Hottccs. AsA O. WHITOOMB'8 E STATE COMMISSIONERS' NOTIOK. The underKitrned, liuviiiM been appoiuted by tbe Honorablfl Proutfl Courtroi tbe lMstriet of Wuh IngtODj Coininltlloiisri lo ncalTe, exantine aud ud J iift all I'biitns aml tleniands of all MrMOIll ' -t the . state of Aa O. W bitromb. late of Marsb ilt'ld.ln xald IHstrlet, deeeased. aud all elaltns vx liibiletl Iu fiffset th 'reto, bereby ive notlee that we will ineet for tbe pnrposos aforesald at the reldenee of Etnllv Whitconib on tbe I'.'tb tlay of September aud 2tn day of Kebrnary nexi. trom oue o'clook uutll four o'eloek v. M .. eaeh ef said duys. and that six tnontbs from tht- l.'th day of Aiik'ust. A. D. Iwi, ts tbe tlme litultt'd by said eourt for said Ofedlton to present their oUuiHI to us for examlnatlon and allowanee. Dated at Marshfield, thts l.'th day of AtlffUlti A. I). I--'. S. I ltt).l.l I EK, jk-js IRA BULLOCK, t'ominUsloners. QABAH W. RHOADES' KsT.ATK. UOMMI88IONER8' NOTI0B. Tbe undernliftied, baviuK been aplnted by the Honorable I'rol ate Court forthe IHstrtct of WunlllS ton, ('oinuiisBloners te reretve. exaiuine and adjuit all elaiin and demands of all persons asmiiMt th- Mt4t Of arah W. Khoade. late of Watfrbury, iu said IHstriet. deeiased. aml all clalms exhiblted tu offitet tlnTcto, bereby give notlre that we will liiet'T for tht pnrponps aforesald, at the oftlee of J. 0i UrUs. on the 1st day of Oetober aml tlrst Tuesday of Kebruary next. fnnn one oYlock p. M. until four o'elock 1. M., each of said days. aml that nix montbl f roin the 1st day of Auust. A. D. 1N89, ts the time Utnlted by said 4'ourt fnr wM rreditnm t nreient tbelr elalrun t us fot' exam iiuitlou and allowance. luted at Waii-rbury. this 7th day of Au;ust, A. I). 26-29 J. 0. tJKKidS. f 1 Commlsstoneri. CI AKIHAN NOTH'K t Sell Iteal Katat. I BTATEOK VERMONT. Wasblngtan UistrU't. ss. In 1'robate t'ourt, hebl at Montpelier. In and for said Istrlet,on tbe :d day of September. A. 1. lssH: i ieorn' M. Webster. ijuardlan of t'lara Kllen KulKht, of Cabot, In said INilrlrt, a rainor. makes ap plieatlonto said t otirt for Ueense to sell tbe follow iuk lif-i'-rlbed real estate of his said ward. situated In said Cabot, to wlt: BeltiK about oae half aere of land and the hmldiUK thereon. situated lu Cabot VMtagf), representin-; that the sale tbereof for the purpose of putthiK the procetdl of inOB sale at tn terest or InvestiiiK the saine tn storks or other real estate wuuld be eondutlve to tbe interests of his said ward. Wheretipon. tt Is ordered by said Court that lald aitplieatiou be referred to a seiiion thereof, to be held at the 1'robate nftke, lu satit Montpelier, on the '7th dav of September, A. I. 1h. for hearltiK aun deelsion thereon; and. It in furtber ordered, that all perions luteresteil be nottHed her.-of, by publieatton of nottee of said apidleatlou and order thereon thrt-e weeks sueeeislvely In the Vermont Watrhman d- .sVufc .fourtml, a nt-wspaner puh Utbad at Montpelier, lu thtl State, and whlen eireu lates in ihe ni'iKbbofbood of those Interested. be fore said time of hearlnu. that they mav uppear at said titue and plaee, and. If they see cause, olOect thereto. By the Court - Attest, j v.-7 HIRAM OARLKTON. Jodc. o. WHITCOMB'8 ESTATE. 8TATEOF VKRMONT. Washington Histrlet, n. In 1'robate Court. held at Montpelier, in aml for said IHstriet. on the Hh day of September, K. K Ifwtl l.evl W. I'llklu, Ailtutnlstrator of the estate of Aca ti. Whltromb. late of Marshtield, tn said Dtstriet. dfoaajad. makes applli'attou to satd Court. with t he rouseut and apprHhatlou In h ritiun of tbe betrs of satd deeeased, resldtiiK In the State of Ver iuout. for lleense to sell all of the real estate of satd deeeased. situated In Marshtield. in said Ids trlet, tuwlt: Home farm, exeept the wtdow's riKht of dower theretn. b it ineludinn the hoiin-Htead aml reverslon of tahl dower, representtuK that tbe sale tbereot woukl be benutU-ial to the wldow and helrs of said deeeased. and ttnse luterested iu hisestatr. iu order to cotivert said real estate luto money. Whure upon, tt ordered by said Court that satd auplteatlon be referred to a swssfou tbereof. to ba held t the Bro bate otltee. lu stld Montpelier, on the tth day of s tober, A. 1. Iskx, for hearluK and deolsion thereon: and. It Is furtber ordered. that all persons luterested DO nottlltd hereof by publieatton of notlee of said anplleatlon and order tbu.eou three weeka suceaay sUelylnthe lrwutif H'airinurti -t State Jourtml, a uewspaner published at Montpelier, In this stat, and whieh elreulatus lu the nelKhtorhood of thoae luterested. before satd ttine of bearlnK. that they may appear at said tlme tnd plaee, aud, lf they see i-ause. oblect thereto. By the Court. Attest, 20-2H HIRAM CARLETON. Judge.