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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOT'RNAL, WEOXESOAY, ATTCa ST 20, 1800.
IJUsccllarxo. Triio Etoblltt. Tf UI wortli In BBtng, not aceinlng' In flOtBI enrli tlay tlint 0BI b Boma little rm4 IMnt not ln Bfwamlfif Of Krcat I li tu - tn rln by nnrl hy. 1'or whntcver mi'h ptny ln thclr hllmlneis. ln nplte of tlie fnnclcfl of youtli, ThBfa'i nolhlim n Kingiy M KlDdBMi Aml notliliiK M royji! M trntli. Wl j;el Imck onr PHtt. n we inea.nro Wc cnn not rlo ffNBI xiiil fMl rlirlit, Nor cnn we nlve pnln nnd feel plen.nre, Knr Juntlcu ATMIfftl cacli "llKlit. Tht nlr for thc win Bf tlie npnrrow, Thc Ininli for Hll roliln nrwron, llut ulwnj. Ult PftUl tlmt l imrrow And Itntfbl for tlie clilldren of IHOll. Wc run not nmkc bBffBlfil for lill.se,, Nor BBtBll them Itko IWIie tn not,; And lOfflttlEDM tht thlnt; onr llfe tnll.e, llelp, niore ttmn the IMfiB wlilcli tt getl. Pot fOOtl lletli not ln pnrsuitiK. Nor (sllrill of nreiit or of nmall ; Itnt Jn.it ln tbe doltiK. Mtd dolnn A wc wnnld bi donc Ity, 1a all. Alice Cary. Ainrricnii Titles. It is a very curious fnct tlmt, witli all nur bOMted free. and cqual " su perlorltj over thc conimunilies of the old world, our poople have the most enormous appetile for old world titles fd distlnctlon. 8lr Miehael and Sir IIiiiis belong to one of the most ex tended of the aristocratie ordera. Hut W6 huve ftleo " Knights aml Ladien of Hcmor," and, what is still grander, " Hoyal Conclave of Knlffhta and Ladies," " Royal Arcanuni," " Royal Society of Good Fellows," " Supreme Counoll," " Imperial Court," " Grand l'rotector," "Grand Dictator," and so on. Nothing less than "Grand" and " Supreme " is good enough for the dignitaries of our association of cltlzens, Where does all tbit ambltlon for namei without realities come from? ISccause a Kuight of the Garter wears a golden star why does the worthy cordwainer, who tnends the shoes of his fellow-citiz?ns, want to wear a tin star, and take a namc that had a mean ing as used by the representatives of aneient families, or the men who had mnde thenisclves illustrious by their achievements? It appears to be a peeuliarly Aniericau weakness. The Fronch republicam of the earlierperiod thought the term eitizen was good enough for auybody. Atalaterperiod, " le Iloi Citoyen " the citieen king was a common title given to Louis Phillppe. llut nothing is too grand for the American ln the way of titles. The proudest of them all signify abso lutely nothing. Thcy do not stand for abillty, for public service, for social Importance, for large possessions; but, on the contrary, are ofteuest found in counection with personalities to whieh they are supremely iuapplicable. AVe can hardly aiford to quarrel with a national habil wbich, if lightly han dled, may involve us in serious domes tic diffionltleSi The"Jight AVorBhip ful " functionary whose equipage stops at my back gate,and whose services are indispensable to the health and com fort of my household, is a dignitary whoro I raust notoffond. J must speak with projier defereuce to the lady who is 8crubbing my floors, when I remem ber that her husbaud, who saws my wood, carries a string of high-sounding titles whieh would satisfy a Spanish nobleman. OUver Wendetl llohnes, in Atktntic Monthly. Jenny Llnd'l Cradle Song. Somewhere in the fortics Grisi and Jenny Jjind were sinL'ing in different placei in London. (ireat was the ri valry lietween them. Fiually (Jueen Victoria, deeming it a shame that such gifted women should be separated by a mean, unworlhy jealousy, requested both to appear at a court concert. Jenny Lind was the youuger, and it was arranued that she should sing lirst. With perfect conlideucc in her powers she Btepped forward to begin. Chanc ing to glance at Grisi, she saw the southern woman'a malignant gaze fixeii on her. The tierce look almost jiar alyzed her. Ilur courage left her, her voice trembled, everything grew black before her and tdie almost fell. J5y the grealest exertion of her will, how evur, she mauaged to sing her air. A painiul lilence followed its conclusion a silence that told her of her failure. She caught a triumphant expression on Grisi's face. Suddenly a soft voice that 8eemed to come from heaven whispered to her: " Sing one of your old aongs in your native lanuuage." She caught at the thought like an in spiration. She Itepped up to her ac OOmpanilt and asked him to rise, and took the vacantteal. Softly her fingen wandered over the keys in a loving prelude, tlien she sang. It was a little prayer wbich ibe had loved aiachlld. It belonged to her mother's repertory. She badn't sung it for years. As she sang she was no longer in the preaence of royalty, but singingto loving friends in her fatherland. No one present un deistood one word of the " prayer." Softly at llrst the plaintive notes tloated on the air, swelling louder and rieher every moment. The singer seemed to throw her whole soul into the weird, Ihrllllng, plaintive " prayer." Gradually the song died away and ended in a sob. After a moment, with the lmpuliiveneai of a ohtld of the tropici, Grisi crossed to Jenny Llnd'l side, placed her arm about her and kissed her warmly, utterly resrardless of the admirlng audlenoe, Pitttburg Disptttch. A i 'onciiiiiL' Btory Once I knew a working-man a pot tcr by trade who had one small ln valid child at home. Iln wrought at his trade with exemplary Qdelity, belng al- ways in the shop at the openlog of the dav. He niHiiagt'd, howcvcr, to bear eaoh evening to the bedtlde of the " wee lad," as lie called him, a flower, or a bit of ribbon, a fragment of orira longlau indeed, anytbing that would lie out on the white COUnterpane and give a oolor in the room. He was a quiet, unsentimcntal Scotchiiian, but oever went he botne at Dlghtfall witii out some toy or trinket, ibowing that be had remembered the wan face that llgbted up so when he came in. I pre Buine he never said to a living soul that lie loved that siek hoy so muoh; still be went on patiently loving him. And by and by he moved that whole shop into positive, real, but unconscious fel- lowtnip with him, The. workmen mnde curious little jnrs and tea-cups upon their wlieels, and painted diminii tivc picturcs doWD their sidcs, before thev sliick them in COmen of the kiln at burnlng time. One broughl lotne fruit in the bulge of his apron, and another brought some engraTingi in a rude scrap-book. Xot oni! of them all wbltperea a word, for thii lolemn thlng was not to be tnlkcd about. Thcy ut them in Ibe old man's bat, full of praise or consecration, sweet words of com fort and OOUniel from the lipl of Ohrlit and his aposllrs. If you are pressed by cares, nnd havc time but for a few verses, lct them be words that shnll be " eoboei of blesttng " all day, and God alone knows how muoh good niay be the result of thus " rightly dividing thc word of truth." The 1'rcxhytcrinn. Au Arnb l-tri inl . There is a quaint Arabian legcnd wbich tells of the pilgrimage to Mecca of two devout followers of Ibe prophet. Abouk journeycd on foot. Selim was moiinled on a camcl. At nightfall both thc pilgrims had rcached a spring of water in the deserl , wliere grew a few palm-trecs. " It is a long nnd tedious joumey," said Abouk. "On the contrary, it is short nnd pleasant," answered S 'lim. " I was cheered by a mirage on the horizon, wlicrein I saw the spires of the temples of the holy city." " Therc was no mirage, no holy city to be scen! " angrily declared Abouk. " There were, instead, legions of venomous ants in the sand that bit and poisoned my tlesh." " Not a single ant was on thc desert," rejoincd Selim. The two pilgrims were quarreling liercely when a good priest, also jour neying toward Mecca, came up. He listencd to them patiently. " 1'eace, my brethren," he said at last; " let us leave tbese queBtions until to-morrow nlght to decide. In the meantime, let Selim go on foot and Abouk ride the camel." They consented to this ex change of places. On the next nighl it was Abouk who had seen Lhe glorious visions and found the journey pleaBant, and it was Selini who had been bitteu by tlie ants. " My brothers," said the priest, " we are all golng to Mecca, whether we walk or ride; but Selim can not see what Abouk sees unless he stands where Abouk stands. It is well to change places occasionally." Selected. Fines for ETerjtliing. A curious system of lines obtains in Gerniany. People are Bned for every curious little alleged offenec. Au es timable lady went out for a walk last week in the old part at Ilanover. Wan dering about in the quaint, narrow streets, she lost her way, and, being un able to speak German or to lind a cnb, she meandered wildly hither and thither, until at last she found herself in a remote suburb, quite in lhe country. Seeking to make a short cut back to the city, she started across an open fleld, but was speedily overhauled by a na tive, who implied by his tones and ges tures that she was coinmitling a trrave offence. To make a long and harrow ing story short, this estimable .lady was ultinintely compelled to pav a fiue of three marks for tresjiassing upon the private properly of a BUburban farmer. Iloys are lined for playing games in the streets; to throw a snowball at any person or anytbing costs seventy-five cents. Whistling upon the streets is a final offence, so is dropping nut-shells or frult-peelinga upon the pavement. If your ueighbor keejis poultry, and the cackling disturbs you, a complatnt to the jiolice resulls in the tmtnediate abatenient of the nuisance. AVhen the young woman of the family practices upon the piano the windows of the room must be closed, in order that lhe neighborhood shall not be peatered. New York Jourwd. fUtbevtiscmcnts. Stnnley's rTork-Boon in ( niro. It was in that part of the hotel farth est removcd from the street that Mr. Stanley took up his abode. Ilere he had a fine suite of rooms on the ground floor, very handsomely fumiahed in thi; Oriental style a large, lofty receptlon room and an equally large nnd hand some diuiug-room. In tbese he re ceived some of the most important or most persistent of his manv eallers; but as a rule be sbut bimaelf up in his bed room. and there he wrote from early mornlng till late at nlght, nnd woe be tide any one who ventured unasked into this aanctum. Ile very rarely went out, even for a Btroll round Ibe garden. 1 1 18 whole heart and soul were centered on his work. Ile had set himself a cer taiu task. nnd he bnd delermined to complete it, to the ezcluaion of every other object in life. He said of him self, " I bave so many pages to write. I know that if I do not "complete this work by a certain time, when other and imperative dulies are imposed upon nie, 1 shall never complete it at all, When my work is acoompliabed then I will talk with you, laugh with you and play with you, or ride with you to your heart's content; but let me alone now, for heaven's sake." Edward Marston, in Scrilmer's Maynzine. Hlitory of tbe " I." The small letter " i " was formerly written without tbe dot. The dot w;is Introduoad in tbe fourteentb oentury, to distinguiah " i " from " e " in hasty and IndiBtlnot writlng, The letter j " irai origlnally used where " i " is now en pioyed. Tbe diatlnotion between "i" and " j" waa Introduced by thc Dutcb prlntera at a ooraparatively n cent date, and tbe " j" was dotted beoaUBG tbe " i " from wbich it was derived was written with a dot. I askki) Mr. Spurgeon once how he prayed, and be said tn me, "Ialwayi lind a promise appropriate to the need, and then, i" tbe name of the Lord JcMiis, aml for bii sake, I simply plead that proniiso. FPinykind Hoyt, HrcKt.iN's An.NKA Salvk. Tbe best salve in the world forcuts, bruiaes, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, totter, ohapped bands, ohilblains, oorni and all skin eruptions, nnd positively ourBi piles, or no pay required. li if guaaanteea to give perfect satlsfaction, or mrtney refunded. I'rice twenty-llve cents per box. 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WIHTrNO ALWAYB IN ilQHT, PBBFBOT ami I'BRHANBNT AI.K.VM BKT, Si'iMl ftir . it.ii...' a. tiinl Hamplt'H nf work. Aildri'ii Grandall Machine Co, New Vork Oflloe, 808 Jirondway. (Our 3lions anb 6irls. I v llle. Whtn iiic ittfiftfi ilowly ftntiiiR, And h, llrst T9& ItfBftkl or ilnwti I'uliit ll(i Mfttfll "ky wllli rrlnuon. ll''r.ilillliK khi f'Minln innrtii WtlM Ihl roynl mtti nMjttllQ, Opffll Wid, lils Kl'wln ilfiorn. Lond I hMf my hHhtrMlllOfi " OhBflM, iff'l up nd do ynnr BhONBl" Tlifii my NUtMBfl Inactlvp, DtBdMfd with obtlyloii iimi iiy hB iii-nvy hBBd of Blambor, And B bOdy 1 1 Hl00P And ln i)tlutrd rlruHtnfl iny fnnry oh tfl NBllni OthOfOBl simrn, llul my IkthM lirlnK" 11 MfthWMTdi . nllnir. " Ohifltli K''t Bp BBd do your OhOMSl" Fur onr dfOWSJP inoinrnt nnly Do I hoftl lilm lliat Is itt, Booli Into kho uriuH of BlttlBbOt UnftiMtagl i Mt, ThOD my rnttipr OOnkOI In poriton All, Rood bj, to pOBOOfttl IBOfOBi Kor both sltM'py unil rnlurtant, UttSnOO Kt'ts up Hiid " does tlir rhorns!" Cttrolm Aytr. Tommy'l Ejtpprlenee. "Tommyl Tommy!" Tommy Bhut one eye, nnd with the other looked through n eonventent knot-hole in the Bldeof tbe wood-ahed. A.'ain hli mother oalled bii liHiue, this time n little louder tbnn beftire; Btill Tommy dld not answer. To say that be fell Bggrieved would be glving n very mild di scripl ion of tiis feelings nt tbai mlnute. Had be not worked nll the mornlng earryino; Ooal and wnter, piek ini( up siicks nml Btonea from the front L'lnsH-plot, and doing various other thingi too numeroui to think of jaat then? And had he not been instafned and unheld through it all by the thought ol hnvin' thc whole nfternoon to him sell? Why, he had even forgotlen to COUnt how many bucketB of water lie had o.irrled to wrash off the porches, so Interested washe in trylng to calculate how mauy willow whistles he would have time to make before supper-time. And now, JuBt as he was comfortably flxed nt work, to think that he mUBl be called from it ! " I know just what she wants mc for," he sui'l to bimaelf. " I don't see any lense in two of us golng to tbe store; jul as if Tlllie couldn't s;o by herself! I '11 not let on I heard hercall me." Tommy knew that this was not a very safe eourse to iiursue, but he waa so vexed that be did not think of con sequences. Iiy this time his mother had gone into tbe house nnd elosed the door, but it was again opencd. and again his name echoed through the premises. " Tbat'a Tlllie," said Tommy, " aml she won't slop at Oalllng; she'll hunt me up." He looked around for a hlding-place. Ile could bear Tlllie running down the Btone walk. She would be there in a mlnute; so, hastily jumpin; down from the work-bench, he rnn across the tloor and climbed into an old cupboard, whieh shook in a threatenlng mnnner, as if resenting the intrusion. He pulled the door to just as Tillie ap peared at the doorway, "Tommy! Tommy D.iwboii!" she called, so that there might be no mis take as to what Tommy was wanted. Tommy held his breath leat she might diseover bim, and wished that his heart would not tluimp so heavily agaittSt his ribs; surely Tillie woultl bear it. I?ut she tumed toward the house, as if sat islieil that he was not to be found. Tommy cbuckled in bigb glee, and, after bearing the door sbut, elambered down 0UI of thecrazy old cupboard, his face very red, his elothes eovered with dust and cobwobs, After takinj,' observationa through tbe knot-hole for a few setonds, he got up on tlie bench and began on the whistles, but somehow the bark seemed very hnrd to loosen nnd his knife wns not so sbarp as usunl. He was sure he had never heard the fleld crickets ebirp bo loudly, and waa it not Btrange tbny were saying, " Sneakl sneak! sneakl" just as last as they could? Tonimy had often lislened to them before, but be alwayB thought they said, " Summer'a here, bere, nerol" Ile must have been miataken then, for nothing could be plainerthan what tbeywere now saying. " If. only that road to lhe store was not so hot nnd dusty!" be said, half aloud; and then be whittled at a willow Bwlton, I do wonder il Hatton'a dog would bite? Tillie'a awful 'frald of iIol's; " and then another mlnute of whittling. "1 L'uess i could flnish tbese whistles after I come back: " unil he Bhut his knlfe and with one bound was in tbe niiddle of tbe floor, and with another was out on the Btonea, " Wbewl bnw bnt that old woodshed i, anywaj ! " and, running up tlie sioiies, be bural into tbe kltcben, where be found Tillie flving around in wild dcli.'lit. " Why, Tommy Dawaon," she ex ulairoed, " where have you been? We've been calling you everywbere." " Wbal are you pollahing your best ahoei for? to wear to the atore?" de manded Tommy, akilfully evading tbe queation. " 8tore?" echoed Tillie, scornfully. "Why, Tommy Dawaon, Uncle Tom is h re, and be's L'ning to take us bome with bim. and be's in an awful burry; and ruoiber'a up siairs laylng ut your elothes, and I've polisbed your beil shoea, Vou see, we thought you migbl come in time tn gel ready if everything waa flxed for you to dreaa to a burry, Aud (), Tonimy, 1 was that ufraid I would have t go without you!'' aml bere Tillie pnused to take her breath. Tommy may live to be very old, but he will never forget how mean be fell jusi then. ' Yuu'd better not stand there," eon tlnued Tillie; " I'ncle Tom said we mual be ready lu half an bour, and be's been here 'moat Qfteeh minutea now." Tillie was too DAUOb excited to DOtlCB his conf ualon, and be burled his burniog faoe in tbe depths of the wash-bain. Tillie could not ilunk whnt made Tommy so very kind aml thoughtful duiiug tbe ui xl llfleen niiiiutes, nnd when, ufier running up-stairs after her parnBol and handlng it to her, he stooped tn pick a thread from her dresi, her Wonder found expression in words: " IIow nlce yOU are to-day, Tonimy 1 I just wiah you'd be that way all lhe time." And Tommy, as he climbed into the buggy wbich was to take them to Ibe itation, resolved that he would " be Ihal way "just as ofteo as he oould think of il. I think he must haVt kept his resolution, for it wns onlv tlie other day Ibat I benrd n huly rcmark: " IIow much Tommy Dawaon leema to think of his sister! Ile trcats her just as if she were some Other boy's sister." I 'nilnl l'r(slnti rian. Chapter l Weak. tlred, no appetite. Ohapter 2 Took Hood'a Bartaparllla, Ohapter :t strong, oheerful, hnngry. tibcrtiscmcnts. MandrakE PILLS- nre the safet, fttiret ;inl sprrdirst vf(;et;Jile r"m edy in the world ior all diseases of the Stomach and Liver. They clenn the linings nf Stomarh anrl ItoweK. Kerlure cnnRCstion in all the nrgans. lleal trrilatcd and excited parts. Promote heahhy actlnn and sweet secretlom. Cnrrect the hile and cure Ititinusnes. MaVe iuire blood and give it free floW Thus send nutriment to every part. Fr Sale hy all DrupRistt. Trice, ajcl-t prr hor; 3 boxcs for ($ cts. ; or sent hy niail, postage free, on receipt of price. lr. J. H. Schenck Son, Phila'd. '"AriiFF LlTERATUf.E FOfi A., Tlie vr.Htf'AN PttOTKtT I V K TAV tPP TiBAOOl ii iMtitijr ti .no t yaluublo peries ol 'i ftriff 0. n.'n-Tit.j. 'I heso are rH'i'ai'-d with u vtow ii BlRtU t hil facti and RnfUmoDtA for Protoo Ion, whether in the jnterrst of (arniers, llxfers, nierehunts or professinnal mon. ttvh .ti' Of 1 h" scrii's BppMli to toOMi -'ii- n'i-d in Bcunratfl lnduttiiQit ftnd presontiin teputubl lacts- ooiapatiflnnfi of wayes. ro-t C iiviiiipi iuei utber uriuni nt.s ibowing tbe ii. :it- f Proteotlon, Any SiHuU one will he ent on reei ipt of 2 illtfl in i&miMl exerpt M W'ajres, l.iviug and irlnfM whirh wdl beMDt for4cent. riif whole li-t will bbtont for mieentsor iy twtdvo for 8Q OOntetOr any live (or J(l i.ts. pottttgQ ptttd. trder by numlx;r. . Taofs. Wnget, LtVtag nnd TnrKT." E. A. UAtn -ii -iin 104 "Th- Aiivn,it:ii-n.r a ProtoottTa Tnnrr to Ute Labof and Industrlt s of the t'niled Siutf-s." Klrst PrlM Khsuj, l87. Craw- roRJl D. llKNMNtl. 32 " Home Productton tndlfpenasoM to a piy.ut Ijw l'rlciH,of lh' .Miinuf.u-tii. . A i ' iiuii 'illties requlred rortbe I eouta of tlit- TtllteO Htatt'H, uul Adcipjnii Hitnm ntMlaotlon f tbt-e i 'onitiMlitii'B reji f HiiiU- w itln.at u 1'rotcetlvf Tailft." l irst Rrae Kway. IvSK. Q l. Todd 5 t " W'iitlt ftM RftW Matcrlals WOttld Pris Ftn-.v Mitartala m Adiuitwous t-' ttw Luli -Ufni IndRVtHtl of thtj t'nlted Btuies.' V ,Tfl i r!zi: Kt-sav. 1hv IIomkhR. Imt. .a. .i s "FaliaotH of PreeTraie.H E. i. mujer.. j McM)Oi6 vtewnon the Tartff by nn Old linl uetiMta1 tpo. I.MA..-M. 32 7 "The l'rotectlV( Tarltr : Its AdvantaKPs Ttr the .-outa." C. L. r nwARtm 32 "Th- IVool lntercitr.M .ItidK Wm. uWRBItci M t "PrntCCtloa Krc'-J radf." -A Hlstorl-al li. VI. W. L '. NArLlUMAN 20 ,0 Th' Farmer and thc .'anrl " OjI Tij ia- B. 1mm.lv ie l-Tr tootloD mm Poblio Poilcy." QloROBtl llotTWKI.t 1C .2 "Bepljr tn tlic l r--i'M-ut's Kri't -Trade Het Hatt-." R. i'. I oRTi.it.. 8 ;:t " WnrkinKin' n nn 1 tbe TarlfT " 8 t "TbeTltJU uesiii.n: Btull A merieail Indni triet be Aunodonod wuX AmerloRn URf kPtt :-urrctidTt d f 8 ;5 Saun nt (ifrman, wdth Additl. a , 8 ift "'i'h' I'roKronn of tue liutuip'd Yiarft." RObERT I' l'oKTn 8 IT "Proteotlon foi Amerloaa Bpulng,'1 8 ifl "Thc larin 'Not u T.ix," HOMERJU btnKU... 8 iit " v hv trjabineii Bbonld Pe ri"tv.-Uuiiiih." h :o "Protecuon " R. ii. Amkidowm Jl ' nat Is n 1 arlff ?" AutWeri toa WorkuiK- pjiani QueeUpn 4 '-2 "Th.-Aincn. ati U..d Industry." K.H. AM' Mi:nM!.. fc n"U :, atid i't,nl of Livlntt' J. I. BaUU 4 "Houtbera Pwinlnjt lodiutrln. .. ... t 1. '-" a bihort Taik tt. workuigmeii.". u " rroteotton and tbe Kanner1 banator s. Clllum 12 I be AMKRteAV Vt t,(im.;t. WMklVdCTOt0d to thc HsciiHalon of all pbMe i T;trlir quettloQ. i.vt'ur. Snmph' il n!u--. A'Mrt'Htt Aniirkan Pro ectlve Tarla Iiik'u', 2ii W, BRd Bt., Nt-w Vork. cimc (Tablcs. BHd do U u ttrni at.. VB N i: w Olil U'nt 1,1 y orth 4HI.OO viirh in .- wrbl IVrtrrt Hwnk ptf. Wrranted bMty, lllftlh lnitiB'atiil L-ein . kiifi. fwith wnrki nml i aai' rh lorallfr ratn ari-urc nn 'frot. hmthH with .mr lariTf 'iiikI valuablr lincnf II ui-Imlil jimploa. ThMfl samiilHM, . n . ll ehnw wlil wf aend you tu tl. who raltyoOf ii' iirliliorn Bii-I tlifBf atout vou tliat nl wa r-ul;i ln VtlMbU iradc frue, whkh hullt furyrari wlieii BCKM ItarteMl, ami tiiiie we arr repiirl. We pay all eipreee, frei'lil, el-. After vou know nll, if you would like to tro to wurk fr ui. vou an rnn irom KVO to SttO per werk and upwanlt. A I lr. stiiisun A o., ii.. loi'tlunl, a. T7NOOH BOTT'8 K8TATK. Tj COMMI88IONER81 NOTIOX. The iinilfrslu'iird. hnvin bri'n appolnted hv thc Honorftble Probate Court for the Dlsfrtet f Vash intnn Coauntittlont'rH. t recclve. examtne and ad Just all rlahiiH and demftQul id all ptT.toiin Bgalnil thc i-Ktatc nf fcnoch Hoyti Iftteof Cabot, in said Dutrloti daeaatadi and all ouUhh cximdtcit tn nir tel thcicto, hereby ylve notlcc that wc iil mcct for thc pnrpjotei uoratald at thc qwaUltigbotiM f (leorfffl W. Hoyt of Caboti on thc Btb day of Baptam hcrand Btb day of DaOOtDbaf ncxt. from onc o'clia'k untu four oeloek p. m., eaob of itaid dayt. and that Kix montni from thc 8th day f ifune, -I8W1 is thc tiiue hinitcd hy Mld Court fr Kaid erediton to pratenl tbair objdnu to oi for cxaudna tton nnd allowance. Datcd at t'al.nt. tht JMtnUy of July.A. I. iHJH). 73.7. ii. S: WVeilKR, I CommlMloiiMa. LOUT8A BOTCE'fi E8TATE. STATK tF VKRMnNT. Washington IMntrlct.M. ln PfObate Conrti bald at Montpelier, in aud for natd DiHtrirt. on thc l.'th dav of AugUtt, A. D, 8Nl siiiicy s. itovcc Adnlnutrator of tbn ctatc of i.ouina Boyoa. lata f DuxbarT, in said i. n 1 dcccancd, iuakcn applicnllou to nald ourt. with thc Oontant and aprolHtion in wrltluK f thc iicirs f naid naoaaiag. ratldtnji in thc tate of Vcriuont. for Ueanaa to hcII all oi thc real eatate of aaid daaeaaedi ittaatad in DnxburTi in watd i4trict, to wit: One acrc of lnnd aud h'uildiiiKri thcreon, rcprcrtcntlu that thc Balc thereof would be bOO- eflotaf to tne h.-n- ol lald daaaaaadt aud thoMc intcrcHtctt In hcr cntate, ln ordcr to cotivcrt nald real cHtatc into nioiicy, Whereupon. it in ordcrcd hy hhIiI t'ourt that aaid applteatlOU 1e rcfcrrcd to a acmilou thcrcof , tO he held at the Proftttt Ot th-e. Ili Kld Montptdier. on the Mth dajT Ot AttK'tixt, A. U. W$, for hMftnS aud dcciHlou thcrcoti; aud, it in turtlicr nrdcrcd. that all peritoua tnterextcd be tlpttflad hcrcof Ity pubboatlon of imticttof Maid Kpplleatlon and order thereon thrcc weckH micccH- ively ln thc Vermont W'utchman A 8M$ JourttaL ncwHpiipcr puhli4hc1 at Montpelier, in thia nta'e, and whieh circuiaten tn the nvlniborbood of thoee lutcrcKtcd. hcforc Hitld tlinc of heaiilia. that tlicy may appear at Matd tltne plaeai aud. if they ce oaute, objeet tberato. Hv thc Court.- Attet. 74 7b- HIIIAM ( Altl.K IdN. Judffa, nlKA.M ( Oltl ItN s K STATK S I'ATKOF VKIiMnNT. Waihuiaton IMsirtet.nn. lu I'tohatc Court, hcht nt Montpelier, iu anri tor 8atd tnetriet, on thc 8th dav Of Auust. A h IfWl Jowph I'oland. Kxei utor of tlie uwj WiT and Teetainent of Htratn Coburn( Jata of Oabotttn lald Dletrieti deoaaaadi makei abpucatton to uld ourt. wttb the coutent aud approoatloii in wrltlnj of the leKatce aud i ertaee of vtiA daoaatad. ratloliui h thc Mnte ot crinonc. for Itceato to aell all of tbf real eittate of said deeeaed. hitualcd Int ahot . lu ttaid DiHtrirt. to wtti Tnejutere! ot uUddeeeaaed Intne botne farnii repr leutinii tbai thc iale Utereof would hcheuclh'kal to thc IchIcch aud dc ihccs ol tildc- Baaafd.audthoH Intaraetedlumeettate. ln ordcr to eonvert lald real cittrtlc Uito tnoney. U hercutiou.lt le ordcrcd by atd Oourtthat eald anplieatlon ne re tcrrid to a laufoU thereof. to he hchl itt the l'rohaie i IJBea. lu Mld Montpelier on thc J- 1 1 1 tlav of AuifUet, a.i. i ' for hearinji aud daclaion thereon i aud, it 1h fiirthcr ordcrcd, that all pertpnj tntcrcntcd he noti tled hcrcof. hy nnldU-atlon of iiotlccof iald applloa tloa nnd order thereon thrcc weakl uceaealvaly in the Vermont Wutctithan ( .SVnfe Jnurnul.ii uewitpaper puhltained at Montpelier, ln thin Ktate, aud whieh cirriilatt'H iu tlic uelKhhorhood of tlioHe intcrcNtcd. hcforc aald tlnic ot heariiitc. that thcy inav appear nt aald time aud plaec, aud, if thcy iiee oaUM, ohject there to. ln thc Coujrt. Atteatj 74-;i) iiiUAM rARLETON, Judge. Montpelier & Wells R. R. R. Taklng Effect Junc 30, 1890. Lcave Montpelier i tfr. m . BJrrlve al weUa itiv. r t i M a. i . r. m ., : ; i-, r. yi .. n : uu r. M . M Leave Wells River ?,! r. m . BiM P. M.l nrrlv.' al lnilirll,'r it 9 'hi A . Itl III A. M., 3: 1.1 I'. M., llVl I'. M. TrallK InnvliiK MnntpHlpr Hl H : 3(i a. m. Uldl 1 V. M. make plo.f rfiiiiifi'lliilli. Ht WrlN llivor for nll niiiii i thc White Monntalm, nnd ror rjolnti north jtui looth on thc PuiurnjMlo rallroMi tlio for lio.ton niwl nll ntennralata pointtt. Tntlti. Ichvc Motiticllcr for I'Rrrc nt 7:m nml n IS A. M.. nml I.MKi m. iitnl 3: vi r. M. TrHlln lcnvc llarrc for Montpelier nt :( kikI I(i : 15 A. M nnrl il:M and li: lu I'. M. . - iimim! " BTQWKt.1, Knirrintendrnt. Y. Yi. MflHSh, llrnrral I'.imr.narr .hirnf. Central Vermont Railroad. Commonclnt; .Inly 7, IWO. Ifntnt Qoinfj South and Ktut will i.fn n hiont ppiii'r an foUovn : S : (17 A. M MAItn for ntabbni(, BoMoa. RprlnB. flclrl. New I.oihIoii ntol New Vork. I:'4( IV M. KAST TltAIN. for lliwti n Tla Low ell nnd New Vork vln Siirltiullchl. 0:00 IV M. PA88ENOBR, for White Klver J llltetlun. 12:40 A. M. BXFRKBfl, f r llonton vla txiwell and nll potntfl ln New KolHlirl. Train (roiiii Xnrlh nn4 H'ett : 2:(SO A. M. EXPBJtaS, for Montreal. tolein. htirtf nml thc Went. OlBfl A. M ACCOMMODATtON, to st. Alhnim, Ilurlinirtoii nml Kntlnnrl. Troy and New Vork. l:IO A. M. PAS8ENOKR. for Hnrllintton, St. Alhnn.. Illelifonl. IIoiihc'm I'olnt nnrl St. JoDDS, BiBfl r. M. PABSKNOER, ror Burlington, Ht. A ii. ui- MontrcMl. OjrdatifbiirB and the Wm. TI90P. M, iast EXPHkso. Pnllman BlM in. t'nr to ('hleairo. Tralna laara for Hnrrcat 7 : no Hml 10) tS A,.K nnrl tlM,il45and7lMP.If, Trnlm Ichtb for Willlanm t iwn nt 10: n A. M, nnrl 3: 1.1 p. m. Tnronita tlokeH to ChloajtO aml all polnt Wet for Hlllc nt t lit prtiiHpnl Htntlonn. .1. W. HOBART, Deneral Mnnaier. S. W. (TMMIN'dS. (icncrnl PHMnfn Aaent. Iffgal Motitcs. AUTII A P. St tVILIS KSTATK. .J ST ITBOF VERMONT. Waeblnaton Dlettiot.M. lb Probate Court, held al Montpelier, in and for said DtltnettOn the I st dav of Aunust A. I). 1810: An ItiHtruniciit purportliiK to hc the last WIII nnd Tettarnent of Martbii P, Bcorill. late of Montpelier. tn nahl Dlftrleti deceHHcd. helnr prcseuted to the (ourt for PTObatai It in ordered hv Rald Court that all jierHonn roticerned therelti he liotitled to appear at a lasilon nt said Court, to be hcid at the Probate Offlee, lu said Montpelier, on tbe wtn day of Auirust, A. I. 1MHI, and IbOW cauie, if anv they niay havc.apiiiiHt the I'rnhuteof tald InitTumenl : for whieh purposeit is furt her ordcrcd that notice of thl ordcr be puhllshed three week sueecMlvelv iu the Vermont Wtttrhmmi at .Sttite Jo'irrmt, a newnpaper nrlnted at Montticltcr. in thi ntatc, previou to said lline appolnted tor hearintf. Ity the Court. Attent, T.1-7A HIRAM CAB LKT4 N . JudffO. FANNY M. MUKHY'S KSTATK. COMMISSIONKKS' NOTICE. The undersined, havinjt hcen appointe l hv the Honorahle l'rohate Court for the lHstriet of Vanh lOKton Cotninisstoner to recclve. cxaininc and ad- jut aii olalmi ind demandaof all person airainit theeetate of Panny 8. Murrv.iate of WaterburT, iu laid oistrict. dooeaaadi and atlelalmi exbiblted ln otTsct thcreto. herchy ijive iioticc that wc will mect for the purposen aforesaid nt the dweltlnn hnuse of Narah R, .IfuuM, ln Waterhnry aforeatd.oti the Wth dav of Nepteinher and s'l day of Novemher next, from two o'cloek v. m. until tlvc '.'clock i m ., eaeh of aald dav. and that six tnonthn from the lhth day ff May. A I). lS'm. ln the time llmited hv said Court for said credltors to present their claims'to im for examination aud allowanre. Hated at Waterhury. this m day of .lune, A. I). lil tr. .1. MHH'.KIft,! . T.'l-T.'i JOHN H. I'AUKKH. I ' . Comndrtsloiiers. ,4 LFHF1) YOItK'S KSTATK. LY STATEOF VERMONT. vVMbTnffton IMstriet.ss. lu l'rohate Court, held at Montpelier, in and for said Diatrlot, on tbe 9th dar of Auanit, A. . ISNi An instrument purnortfnRto be the but Will and Teetament of Alfrcd Vork, late or Waterhury, ln said Idntrlrt. rieceaseal. heinn presented to the Court for l'rohate: It ls ordered hy said Court that all persona eoneerned theretn he notlfled toanpear at a session of said Court, to he held at the. I'rohiite Offlee, In said Montpelier, on the M.h day of Septemher, A. I). lsty. and sliow causo. if anv tney may have. agalnat the Probate of iald instrument: for whiota purpoee it is furtbar ordered that nottee of this orderne bublUbad three wecks sueeessively ln the Vermont 'Vntrhmati tf- Btat e JoUTHal . a newspaper prtntcd Ht Montjiclier, In this state, prcvious to said time appolnted for hearinjr. Hy the Court. Attost. Tl-78 HIKAM CARLETON, dudKe. OTIS J. KICKAKD'S KSTATK. STATK OF VERMONT. WashlnirtonnUtrlct. e. Iu Probate Ooart. beld at Montpelier, in and for said DUtrict. on the th dav of Aunst. A. I. 1h"ic An Irutrumeni purportlTur to he thc last Will and Testament of Otis .1. Rlekard, late of Calais. In said Dtltrlot, deceaaed, belng presenred to the Court for l'rohate: It in ordcrcd bv said Court that aii peraoni eoneerned theroln be nntitied to appear at ateetlopof iald ' ourt.to he licld at thc i'rolmti frl('e, in said Montpelier, on the Ittb dav of Septemher, A. D. 1890, and show cause. if anv thev may have, aKainst thc l'rohate of s;iid tnitrnment: for whieh pnr' it l further ordcrcd that notiee of thle ordcr he puhllshcd thrcc week sucecssfvely ln the Vermont WutchmmtJt Statt Journal. a newspaper prlntad at Montpelier, tn this state. previous to said time iippolutcd for beartng. Hv the Court. Attest. T4-TH HIKAM CaRLETON". durtKe. UIAHI.Ks UEATHH KSTATK. state OF VERMONT, Washington DUtrict, lu Probate Coutt. held at Montpelier, tn said Du triet. on thc 'ith day of Aumist. A. I. KM: Alhert Jobonnottt AdrolnUtratOT of the cstate of Charlei H. Reath, late of MontpeUer. Ineatd Oistrict, dei'eascd, tnakcs a)plii'atlon to sald Court to extend the time boretofori allowed him to puv the dclts duc froin said ettate.and to ri'iider his administra tlon iicemnit uutil some f iiture day. Where. upon. it is ordered hy iald Court that said applleatton he rcfcrrcd to ii session thereof. to he held at the ITohiite 0000, 111 said Mont pelier, on tbe 2-Hh dav of Auirnst. A l. 1890, for hearlng anddeetelon thereon: And. Itli further ordered. that iioticc hcrcof le iflven to nll pcrsons Interested. hy puhl!eatin of thc same three week sueeeswlvely in the Vermont Watehmm f" Stnte ,onrnal, a 'newsiiaper pUbll hed at Mont pelier, prcvious to Mld tltne Rppotnted for hearTnjt. Hv thc Court. Attest. 7S-7A HIRAM CARLETON. Judge. miMOTHv 1 BTATEOF VERMONT, J. III HltAKD'S KSTATK. a.sliiiiL'tou llintrict.ss. Iu I'rohiite Court. hchl at Montpelier, in s.tld DUtrtet.on thc let day of Am;u8t. a. f). isisi: rrederieb J, Dleter. Admiuistrator .r- bonU with thc will atinexedtOf thc etate of Timothy .1. lluhh.ird, late of Mout t'l-lier. in said Oistrict. i deeeated, present his admlnletratlon aoeount for ; exainlnatton and allowanee. nnd make appiira- tloti for a decree of distriluitn n mid partltion ' of the cstate of said deeeased. Whcrcupon. It ls ordered hy said Court, that sald lOCOUnt and said applleatton he rcferred to thereof. ! to he held at the l'rohate I ifth e, ln sald Montpelier. 0U tlie S9tb day of AngUit. A. D. I8M, mm ot'itiiiit: iiiim ui'riMiui iner.'on Aiiti.n is itirincr ordt red. that noticc hereof he givcii to all persnni Interested hy puhlleatinn of thc same thne weckl sueeesslvely in tlie Vermont Watchtnan .V' Sttite Jour ttil. a newspaper puhlished ut Montpelier, previoui to said timu appolnted for In-.irlug. that thev may appear at iald tltne uml plaec. and show enuse, if etiy they may havc. whv said aceouut IDOUta not he allowed aud such decree made. Hv the Court. Attest. "ii-TS HIRAM CARLETON. Judge. TACOB A MARHH'N KSTATK. STATK OF VERMONT. TVaahliurton Mlttiot.Ui In Probate Court. hchl at Montpelier, tu said Ois trict. ou the -Ith day of Auust. A. 0. !': Mahlon S. llatliawav. Ailinlldstrator of the estate oT dacoh A. Marsh. late of Calais iu sald Ois trict, deeeased. preseaits his supplt-mentary ad- nlnutratton aoeount tor exarotnailon and Allow anee. uul make appUoatloo tor a decree of distrihutlon and partttloii of the cstate of sald deeeased, not yet dcerced. Inolndlng share of Francis II. Marsh. son aud helr of sait ilceeased, uhscnt and unhcard from for tiftccn vears, tlve of hie i havc hcen slncc the deatfi of sald deoaaaad. Whoroupotii it ts ordered hv said Court that sald aceouut and said appncatlon he rcferred to a session thereof. to he held at the l'rohate orhVe. in said Montpelier, on the lOtb day of Angnet, a D, INOi for haarinf and deetelon thereon. And. It is furlhcr orlcrcd. that notlea hcrcof beglven toall paraoiu Intereeted bj publlea tion tif thc lanu tbroe weeki luoeeeiiTeljr In the Vermont WatckfUtn !' .stnte Jourital, a newspHper puhliHhefl at Montpelier, previous (,. s ud time ap bolnted for hearlng, that thev ma appear at said time and plaec, aud -how i-ause. 'if anv they may have. why .tld aceouut rd.onld not he allowed and such decree made. Hv the Court. Attest ftWa HtRAM CARLETON, Judge. ..Y ci.ii i n - KKTATK. I fATE o' VERMONT. Washington Mstriet. si. lu Hr bate Court. heldat Montpelier, m aud tor said Dlitrtot.on the .'jd dav ot July, a. n. inot Leonard TeuueTi Adtnluletratori bonii nom, with the iit an exed, of thc cstate ot Hoiiv RrltaiD, late ol Har- c. lu said Oistrict. deeeased, make ap- pllcatton to said Court, with thc oaneani and & probatton lu w ritiu of the lageteei aud deTtieai of lald deeeased, for hcciise to sell all of thc real cs tate of sald deeeased, situaled iu Harre, iu iald 1 M-t rii't , to w il . Ilomc plaec, t'Oiulitlfig ot onc aere of laudand butldtngttbereoni reprotanttng thal the inle thereof would be beuefletal 10 the legeteei aua devlsees of sald deeeased. and those Intei ested in her estate. luoi dar tooonroH iid real "state ntotnonet, Wliereupon.it u ordefad by said Court that said appfi- eattOI ie rctcircd lo a s. ssion tliercid. to ht- held at thc l'rohate otllee. in said Montpelier, on the Hd day of Aiuust. a. O. 1800, for heartnj anddeelilon thereon ; and, Il Is further ordcrcd, that all person fnterettad be notlfled hcrcof, by puhiieaiion ot notlea of sald appMeaf ion and ordcr tlo rcoti thrcc waakl uceessivcly in the Vrrmot.t tVtitrhomn & Sta'r .'our mti, a ncwsiiaper putilished at Moutnelier, ln this (.late, aml wliich circutatesin lhe ueiuhborhood of those Interested. hcforc said time of hearlng. ihat thev may uppcar at said tiiue and pluce. ai-d, if ther ioe canaa. oojaol tbereto, Hv the t ourt. Attest, 7ii 7 HIRAM ARLKTON. Judga,