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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUKNAL, WEDNE8DAY, APRIL 1, 1891
7 Htate Depnrtment Appolntmentfi. Departmont Commander I). L. Mor gan, in General Order No. 4, makes thc foJlowinn appolntments: Senior aide-de-camp John S. Drennan, Hard wick; Aides-de-camp George E.Davis, Burlington; II.cstrect.er, Brattleboro; II. II. Wedge, Montpelier; Ilenry VVebb, North Clarendon; B, W. llolfe, Tun bridge; Charles Wells, Waterbury; C. C. Gokey, Northfield; Oeorge M. Itog ers, Bellows Falls; J. B. Harublin, Hancock; II. S. Jackman, Weybridge; Itobert Coffey, Bennington; W. M. Has kell, Wilmington; M. V. B. Davis, Chelsea; A. P. Sheldon, Dorset; A. F. Dodge, Barre; D. K. Gilson, St. Albans; lt. T. Johnson, West Concord; D. E. Boydeu, Townshend; L, F. Terrill, Underhill; C. A. Powcll, Richford ; J. N. Webster, Barton; I. W. Kelley, Danby ; W.C. Whipple, North Pomfret; George P. Blair, West Barnet; W. H. Ilumphrey, Essex Junction: Charles Williamson, Middlebury; Milton Pow ers, West Halifax; C. W. Wbeeler, Iras burg; A. D. Cable, Montreal, P. Q.; A. E. I.eavenworth, Castleton. Assistant inspec.tors District No. 1, G. W. Htll, Lunenburg; 2, D. W. Smeed, Essex Junction; :i, G. E. Selleck, Brattleboro; 4, J. A. Benedict, Poultney; 5, S. O. Tillotson, Bakersfield ; 0, Ed ward Baker, Montpelier; 7, George F. Waldron, Chester; 8, W. W. Martin, Middlebury; 9, L. A. Lund, Brownington Center; 10, J. M. Safford, Cambridge; 11, II. H. Hayward, Tunbridge; 12, C. 1). Gib son, Bennington; 13. D iO Koss, North Duxbury; 14, A. A. Martin, Hartland; 15, J. E. Chamberlin, Enosburg; 10, W. II . Goodwin, Wells Kiver; 17, B. O. Aiken, Albany. An inspection of every post in the department is ordered.to be complcted on or before June 15. The comraander congratulates the depart ment that John A. Logan post of Or well is equipped with sabres and is mounted. This post has been organized but two years. bbtrtiscmcnts. The Blrth of the Grand Army. The history of the Grand Army of the ltepublic is remarkable. Allhough it was chiefly composed of enlistcd men, the idea of such an orgauization was suegested by one volunteer officer aud rarried out by another, and neither was & Itne offlcer at that or had had men under hiB command. The founder was Dr. B. H. Stephenson, a practicing physician of Springfleld, in Illinois, who had been Burgeon of the fourteenth Illinois infantry. The first post was formed in that state at Decatur, April 6, 1866, under circumstances of great secrecy. The idea was novel, and the ritual had to be printed by those who had served in the war and were to be come mernbers of the ruer Bnd .his fact seems 't0 nave Deen ,ile caU8e 0f ac selection of Decatur for the first post, although all the preliminarieB had been arranged in Springfleld. The charter bore the title, "Grand Army of the Republic," as it exists to-day. It contaiued the names of twelve mern bers, constitutiug Post 1 of Decatur, district of Macon, department of Illinois, and it was signed by Dr. Stephen son as commander of the department. The second post was established in Springfleld. Then from Illinois the or gauizaliou was extended to WiBConsin, where the first post was mustered in at Madison in June, 1806, with General Fairchild and Uncle Jerry llusk among the members. The following mouth the flrst department convention was held at Springfleld, with thirty-nine poBts already in existence. General Palmer was chosen commander. It was at this department convention that Major Stephenson generously gave credit to Chaplain W. J. Ilutledge, who had been his tentmate in cam paigning under Sherman, for having sQggested the general ideaof such an orgauization. But Stephenson will al ways be recoanized as its true founder. At his death, in 1871, the orgauization could hardly have had a tenth as many members as it has now. Exchunge. The twenty-flfth anniversary will be observed at Decatur on the 8th instant, iustead of the 6th, ttiat those who at tend cau also be present at the exercises oftheirown posts, on the 0th. Oom-mauder-in-Chief Wheelock G. Veazey, his staff and the council of administra tlon of the Grand Army, will atteud the commemorative services. Takes iooo people to buy Dr. Sagc's Catarrh Rcmcdy, at 50 cents a bottle, to make Up $500. One failure to cure would takc the profit from 4000 sales. Its makers profess to cure "cold in the head," and even chronic catarrh, and if they fail they pay $500 for their over-confidence, Not in newspaper words but in fiard cash Think of what confidence it takes to put that in the papers and mcan it. Its makers believe in the Remedy. Isn't it worth a trial ? Isn't any trial prefer able to catarrh ? . After all, the mild agencies are the best. Perhaps they work more slowly, but they work surcly. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are an active agency but quict and mild. They're sugar-coated, easy to take, never shock nor dcrange the system and half their pow er is in the mild way in which their work is done. Small est, cheapest, easiest to take. One a dose. Twenty-five cents a vial. Of all druggists. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM ClpftnscB MM bia'itilii-i tho hair. IWiutc!i ft taxurUm enwth. L2Vf r ftUl to Be" Itftir to lta Youthful Cojer. Curvi flmlp .t - hm 1 tt hair lulliilfr g0g1Mid j 1,1 Drottutt DM Parker's Olnirer Tonto. II ciiros IM "t.r.t louin, Wcak bunjrs, Dfhilit.v, IntitRcBtioTj, Peln,Taki Ititimr.JOrU. HINDERCORNS. The onlr iiirc curs 1or Comi. THE Goodyear white Brasd RUBBERS -AND- Rubber Boots Are the best Roode In the worla. Fure Gura Koles In Every Fair. One palr of theae Rubbers will out wear two of any other uuike. ' Intili u r : '.' Ulto me White Hrttnd (4 dodyoar Hubtiora or notm." Another one iayni " They are the best I ever had." Vor sale ouly by ABRAHAM L0N6, the Hlioeman, 21 State Street, Montpelier, yi PAMOUS Stewart Stoves -ANII- Cauip-Fire fiossip. Sin'ok 187'2 the Grand Army has growu from 28,171 members to 458, 210 members. Thk Detroit Grand Army postB ad vertie for 80,000 beds for the accom modation of part of the national en campmeut crowd expected there this yoar. COMMANDKK-IN-ClIIKK VkA.KY haB issued a circular to the posts of the couutrv regarding colors. His suggest ions are made in order to secure uni formity, but they do not apply 10 the colors now in use. Ho would have a red tlag for department headquarlerB, a blue flag for the posts, aud a butf tlag for the national headquarters. Post " markers " are to be of blue. Ueafiiess Can't be Cureil by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. DeafneBS is caused by an intlamed con dition of the mucous lining of the eus tacbian tube. When the tube gcts in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imni.rfRct bcarinL!. and when it is en- tirely closed deafness is the reBult, and unless the iullammation can be takeu out, aud this tube restored to ite nor mal condltlon, hearing will be de stroved forever. Nine cases out of ten'are caused by catarrh, which is nothmg but an inflamed conditiou of the mucous surfaces. We will give oue liundred dollars for any caae of deafness (caused by ca tarrh; that we can not cure by laking Ilall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu- litf " 1 I t'C 'F. J. Chknky & Oo., Toledo, O. tSold by druggists, at aeven y five cents. A Message from I'aradlne. RT K. T. L. Why mnan jni hy thtm " i c To lironk mj very hnrt? Wo both are In Chrlst'A keeptnff, And therofore cau not part. You thnro-l horn- thouKli partod Wo stlll at lioart are one; I, onlf Just In ftuuHhlne, The nhadowfl acareoly Rone. What tf the clondn nurround jon? Yon rau the hrlKtituoRii tiee; 'Tli only Juit a bettor way Thnt leads from you to me. I wuio rery weary; Surely you could not monrn That I. a little looner. Hhould lay my hurden down. Then weep not, weep not, darllng' Ood wlpes away all teara. ' m only " yet, a little whllv," Though you may call It years. oranne, N. .1. Mon't llni vj. The famous answer to the man who said be had too little time to do a cer tain tbing, that he had all the time there was, has apparently never been laid to heart by many active and ener getic people. These restleas and rush inu persons seeni to be under the im pres8ion that they have only a small blt of time, and that all they are to do in life niuRl be done at ouce if it is to be done at all. Iustead of drawing on time as if it were a large deposit, sub jcct to constaut dcmands as needed, these people attcmpt to draw out thc whole amount at ouce. They impress one as having no reserve of leisure or opportunity. They are under the har- row of the present moment, and they are dnven when they ought to guidu and tontrol. There is time enough in life for all rational people to do what they ought to do; time enough, without impatience or restlessness, or the hurry which destroys the sense of repose and saps the reBerve forco. To take life breathlessly is to miss the deepest aud richest part of itl To be always on the run is to lose all those sweet delights and resources which come through an open mind and qulet observation, The hurried man or woraan never has time for anything; not even for the thing in habd. For the work done in a hurry, and done to the esclusion pf many other things, always bears the mark of incompleteness and haete; it is never a completed and tinished product. To do is one of the great human obli gations, but it is secondary to the obli gation to grow. By all means do your work with your whole heart and with all your strength; but do it with quiet ness of spirit, that you may not only accomplish the thing in hand, but make it expressive of your own nature, and receive back from it that strength and added power which coustitute the rich reactiou of activity. Christiat Union. Montpelier & Wells R. R. R. Takinp Effoct March 30, 1891. . M ., M., Leave Montpelier i1 ,AiMM , 1:20 r. M.: arrlv at WUa Itlver at (i:Jil a D:W A. M , I H Wi M.. H: Wl I', M . Leave Wells River fjJSiA A. m ., liM p. m. ; nrriVK t m,,mIm n. i at liM A M., II : 40 A. ,ltMPi M., ft:'i0 P. M. Tralni leavlnK Montpelier at H:W A. M. and 1:10 r. M. maki' clnsc f-ont tlotiB at WVIln Itlver for all polnta In the White Mountalun, aml for polnts north and nouth on the rnMiimpHtc rallroad; alno for Hontnn and all liitcrnii'dlate pidntB. Tnilnn leave Montpelier Tor llarre at 7 :00 A. M. 12 : 00 M ., and ItM m Tralnit leave llarre for Mont pelier at : 00 a. M. 12:40 1'. M.. and t:IO f, n. Sulnirlmn Trntu Hcrvi!f.. I.oave Montpelier at 0:00 A. H.. Will A. H.,l:20 r. v . :i:00 v. M...1:.10 r. m., 7:90 '. M . ; arrlve at llarre at 0: 2! A. M., 1 1 : III A. M., 1 : 4 V. M., llU P. M., llH r.M.,7:M p. K. l.eave llarre at lii.K) A. M., II: 30 A. M.,1M 1' M llU P. M.,$: l I'. M.. H:00 p, M : arrlve at Montpelier at 10: IS A. M., II : ",5 A. M., 2: 30 1'. .. 4: 10 I'. ., 6: 40 I-. M ., H : 21V 1'. M . K. W W. A. STOWKI.L, Huperinlrndenl. MOKSK, (leiirral Pattenyer Agent. Central Vermont Railroad. CommencliiK October 1.1, IW0. 'Irain (Joinr South antl East isill Leave Mont pelier MbMotM . K:n: A. m. m aii,. ror ntohbaig, Bolton, RpriuK- fleld, New l,ondou and New York. 12: 28 P, M. KAST TIIAIN. for llonton vla lxiw ell and New York vla HprliiKdeld. 6:18 I. M. I'ASSENOEK, for White Rlvet Junction. 12:40 A. M. KXI'KESS, for Iloston vla Lowell aud all poiuu in New KnKland. Train (ininu North and Weti : 2:50 A. M. KXI'KKSS, for Montreal. Ogrten buric and the Wosl . 0:2fl A. M. ACCOMMODATION. to St. Alban, Hurllnutou aml Kutlaud, Trny and New York. 1(1:10 A. M. 1'ASSKNIIKIi, for llurllnirton, St AlbatiR, Kichrord, Kiiune'K I'olnt aml St. .lotinn. l4a I'. M. l'ASSKNOfcK. for llurllnKton, Mt. Allmux, Montreal. OKilemthurK and the Weat. 7 : 20 I. M. KAST KXl'ltkss. 1'ullman Sloep. Ihl' i ;ir to Clilcairo. Tnilns leave for llarre at 7 : tl und III : 32 A. M. and 2: li. t: i) and 7: 47 P.M. Traln leave for Wllllami town at 10:19 A. M. and 4: uo 1. H. Through tlckets to Chlcago and all polnta Weat fo aale at tlie prluclpal atatloua. .1. W. HllllAKT. (ienoral Manaiter. H. W. CtJMMINOS, Ueneral l'aaieiujr Agent. New Ilooks. Hki.K.n, THK BltTOBtAK, by Panny. Publishcd by the D. Lothrop (.'ompany, Bolton, Piice llfty cents. Hunday hcIiooI superintcudents and teachers who wtsh to Btart new life and active work in their Hunday-schools should kecp ihetr Sunday-school libraries wcll supplied with the Pansy books. It is the geni-ral testimony that a reading of these books infuses new force and energy into thc young people, through thc power of Pausy's strong, earncst. magnetic iufluence." " IIelcn,the His iorian," is one of the most delightful of the many little books for younger chil dren by this bright winsome, magnetic writer. BARDIA, a Stoky ok Lotk, by Cora Linn Daniels. Published by Lee A Shepard, Boston. Price, in paper, flfty cents. This is one of the " Good Com pany Series." The novel is just what the critics and the puhlic generally have been waiting for; a story, a real Btory, full of dramatic situations, new ideas and original matter. No page is devoted to dull deBcription of scenery and surroundings. A poetie truth here and tliere gives the background for the deeply interesting incidunts that seem to occur to one's own friends and which hold us breathless with anxietv or gives us a sense of triumph and self-congratu-lation. The design for the ornamenta tion of the cover was made by the author herself, while her literary crest adorns the title. ler's account of the cruise of the United tHtates stt amer " Thetis " to the Arctic regions; and Birge Harrison's description of a kangaroo hunt a kind of sport which is now almost bb rare in AuRtralia aa a huffalo hunt on the Plains. The recent (Sioux Indian out brcak and thc causcs which produced it are clearly and dispassionately set forth by Ilerbert Welsh. Bucki.kn's Aknica Sai.ve The best salve in the world for cuis, bruises, soreB, ulcers, salt rlicum, fever aores, tetter, chappcd hands, ohilblalDt, corns and all skin eruptionB, and positively curcs piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refuuded. Price twenty-five cents per box. For sale byC. Blakely, Montpelier, Vt. The Magazines. ycjgal llotitcs, II.f.lAM KLLIOTT'S FHTATK. () MISSlONKKK NOTICK. rtif undprnlit'npd. havtnur heen tinnolnted hv the Ilonorable 1'robate Court for the DlHtrtet of Waah tiiKton C'ommlHHloners, to receive, examlne aiul ad Jtint all I'laiinn and demandM of all persons aKalnst the estateof WUUam Klliott, late of Warren, In sald District. deceaseu, and all clalnm pxlilblted lu olfset thoreto, lioreby Klvt1 notlce that we will meet for the purposes aroresald at the late resldeuce of Willlauj Klliott, deceascd, on the 22d day of May and the 7th day of August next, from ten o'clock a. M ., untU foitr o'clock r. h., r:ich of sald days, aud tUat alx mohtlis from the ftfa day of l-ehruary, A. I). 1891, ls the time limlted by sald (,'ourt for said cred: lttors to present their oUumi to us for enmnlnatfon and alluwauce. Dutuil at Warren, this llth dayof March, A.I). Ml O. fe NKWl'oMI?' Commlssloner.. LFBBD YOKK'.m KSTATK. . i RANUES These jfoods are with the patent all provided draw-center grate, the best known grate for burning coal. 1 hese stoves, with many other desirable styles, are for sale at BARROWS & PECK'S, Main Street, - Montpelier, Vt. The l niTersal Perverter. Is thel-e one quality to be valued more in a friend than the quality of verbal exactness? that quality that In sures not only exactness in quotation, but in understanding. For we cannot believe that the misquoting from which we all suffer is dile always to a diare gard of truth; it is frequenlly the re sult of iuatteution, of carelessriess in listening, and largely to the habit of carrying on a line of thought in another direction from the subject in hand. Whatever the cause, the result is dis astrous many timcs, and leads to com plicatious that involve heart-burnini.'s and estrangements, as well as the lesser eviln of loss of time that is money, of the miscarriage of plans the consummation of which would save money and time. Not only social, but business life, church life, all miss the height of their power from this lack of exactness in comprehensiou aud inter pretation. It seems to be the obstruc tion that throws our life trains most frequently from the track of progress. And the loss of time in removitii; the dcbris, readjustiug a level, healing the wouuded aud some wounds are never healed, and all leave scars startiug the train again, and makiug tlic broken connections, wear the soul and rob us of vital power. Were this habit of in exactness, whether of comprehensiou or intcrpretation, one that could not be overcome, we might learn to endure with a degree of patience all that it in- volves. Uut it can be cured; and the curing of the habit means increased morai forcc and higb Intelleotual train ing for the iuvalid. Are these not worth Btriving for? Belf-dlsoipllne is a tremendous force in cliHracter develop ment; aud in no direction can it be ap plied with creater prollt to self and thc circle withiu which we revolve than in the direction of hearing aud trauMiiit ting the voices ahout us. Exchumje. HTATK I-' VKKMoNT. Waahlngton District. aa. In i'robate Court. helil at MontoelhT. In aald lla trlct.on the 14lh dav of March. A. I). ki Kosana York. Kxecutrlx uf the laat Will and Testainent of Alfred York, late of Waterbury, ln said District. deceaaed. presenta her admln latration account for exainination and allowancfc and makes application for a decree of distributlon and partltion of the eatate of aald deceaaed. Whereupoii. it ls ordcred by aald t'ourt that sald account and aald application be roferred to a aesalou thereof, to be held at the I'robate Otlice, In aald Montpelier. 00 the 3d day of Aprll. A. D. 19'Jl.for henrlnc aml AtOlltOD thereon: And. lt la flirther ordered, that nottce hereof be glveu to aU p6faola luternated, by publlcation of the aame. three weeks auccessively ln the Vtrmon I Wfitchman & tilile Jourmtl, a newspaper puhMslicd at Montpelier, previoua to aaid time appoiuted fol hearing, that they lnav appear at aald time aud iilace, and ahow cauae. if U1V tliev inav have. wfiv sahl accouut i ghould not be allowed aud such decree made. jy tnc ( ourt. Atteat, IIIHAM CAH1.1CTON, Judge. 31-i3 i. ...... i . Li 8TATKOK VERMONT. WaahlllHtOn Ulatrtct, aa. ln i'robate (ourt, held at Montpelier, litstrlct. On the 24th day of March. A. U. 1881 in aald Lnoloi M. braee, Admlnlatrator witn me win nexedof the eatate of l.uther D. Hriit e, mte or Dux bury, In sald District. deceaaed, preaeuta hl adinlula tratlon account for exauiiuatiou aud allowance. mid makes application for a decree of dlstriliutlon and partttlon of the estate of sald deceaaed. WheTOOOO. ft ia ordered by aald ( ourt. that aaid account and aaid application be referred to aaeasion thereof. to be held at tha I'robate Offlcf, In sald Moitt pelier. on the 10th dav of Aprll. A. D. Iml, for hearing and declslon thereon: And.lt lafiirthef ordered. that notlce hereof he giveu to all peraoua luterested by publlcation of the aamo tbree weelta auccessively ln the Vrrmout Watcltmati ot SIOU Jour nal, a newspaper published at Montpelier, previoua to aald time appointeil for hearing, that they may appear at sald time and place, and show cause. tf any they may have. why said account ahould not be allowed and such decree made. Ity the ( ourt. Atteat. 32-34 IUKAM t'AKI.BTON, .ludire. $3000 1I AH ! I'" rtnk il iid tfter biiiiti-tiuii,IN n. imlu.lriiiii'-ly i illl lln.l' IIICUBUIKl ll.lt.,: . Twhth.lrovTn 1orllllB.wlifr'Vfrti-y llv.-.I m u.. 1 1,( i.. i tii ituaiioo tr tinpleyiMii tftl bib yon nu; mrm lutatiioual No moimy for tMlMM WtlWteluUlon. HMlfflM qttt. l.lj l.nrnAd. I tlniir litit um (irkf r Irom fHcli dlHtii l i t'uunl j , I Uitve ilrfltuly ru(tit and .rovidni wltti tnilonfiil t i r. v li.. iir iiiah liiw mi'i r.'"" " mil H4II.II. I- ull i'H' licnlari K IC r' K. Addir.i. N ' A I I I . ltok. I'.'O. AuuuBtH. N I 4' Muluc, YPaperBox Factorr. Parths who have any booh they wtsh (k jna o 'epairtd, or u$a Paper Boxea, ahould writt to tf. W. WHEELOCK. MONTPELIER, VT.. for lowtst orlce$ for good . - Ciiilduk.n Cry for 1'itcher's Castoria. ( iiii.UREN Cry for 1'itcher's Castoria. Administrator's Sale! A manaard roof two-teuetnent hnuae; ene pltch roof two-tenetnent houae, bullt alx yeara, lu good repalr; oue new two-atory houae, with tweuty-ulKht rooma. auttahle for two famlltea, with ruunlnK water and eloaeU. The ahove property ia ailuatod on llarre atreet. Alao twenty tiuildliiK lota, aiuall paature uear I'lalnfleld vlilaKe, Wheeler farin In Marabtleld. lot of hind In feachaiu, aiuall farm In Oraiine, leaae land, alx huudrud feet luch ateam plpe, two bulldluK ecrewa. The abuve property wuat be aohl to cloae eatate. Ai.nb'irr .uiiiiiMKnT. i. .,.,,.,., I Moutpeller, Vt., December 0, IWKI. CrooketJ Sticks. " Lord, I ean't make these sticks per fectly straight; 1 have lost all my strength. Send me to another fleld." But what is the answer of the Holy Spirit? " You were not sent to that lield to take every crook out of those sticks; you can't perfect human nature, that is my work." Now, there isBome thing in every man, ministers included, that ia a little gnarly. It is peculiar to the individual a streak of old Adam inwroughl in his iudividualily. In one it is 8tubbornnes8, iu auother it iB sus- piciousness, in another reserve, in an other a disposition to be critical or fault-linding or censorious. Hy what ever name it may be known, it U, iu fact, a little twist of depravity, and no human influence, uo preacher, cau un twist it and slraiL'hleu it out. It is a peculiar twist of self, inboru, inbrcd, iDWrOUgbt, So when I discover what a Onan'l peculiar twist is, 1 say: " The I.ord only can take out of him and I won'i touch it if I can help it." I tried my hand at this ouce on a good Beotcb brotber, and I will never try it gaiDi He was a most uiiconipromising suliicct, and 1 aui iiutc couviuced that if I liad a little more cbarity for his peculiarities he would have beeu a very useful man. Dr. Spininy. Hooo's Saksai'akii.i.a has the largeBt sale of any medicine before the public. Any honest druggist will con iii in thia stalement, 1?KANVIS H. NOISLK'S KSTATK. 1 STATKOK VKKMONT. Vt'ashlliKloii District. aa. In I'rohate Court, held at noDtpOUer, tn aald Dla triot, "li the llth dav of March. A. 1). 181: Keiijarnlli llarrett. Kxecutorof Ihc lasl Will aud i , .-. . : Krancls s. Nohle. late of Waterbury, ln aald District. deceaaed, prusi'nt hla adnnuislratluu account for exainination aud allowance, and makes application for a decree of dUtrlbutlOU and parlition of the eatate of sald deceaaed. Whereupon. lt la ordered( by aaid Court that Mld KOOOUDl and sald application lie referred to a sesslon thereof, to be held at the I'robate (ifllce. ln said Mont pelier, on the ld day of April. A I) IW1, for hearliiK Mld declsion thereon: And. It ia furlher ordered, thut notlce hereof be tfiven to all persons ln terested by puhlicatioll of the saint' three v.c-ks suc cessividy iu the Vermont Wotehmun s Stott Jqurnalt a nev.spapcr publlsbed at Montpelier, previoua to aald time appoiuted (or besrlng. that they may ap pear at aaid time and place. and show cauje.ll any tlo-y may have, why said account tfaould BOt be al lowed, aud such deoree made. lly tbc Court. Attest. 31.33 HIB A 14 0ARLJCTOM, Judge. ii:iiiii;i: 11 .i vr.TT K's kstatk. Vjl HTATK i it v KKMONT, Waatuiurtou Dlatrtct.u In I'robate Court. held at Montpelier, in aald Difc trict. on the llith dav of Mari b. A. D. WI : Jaines W. Ilrock, Ailniililslrator of tlie eatate of Oeorge H. Quyette, late of Montpelier, in aald Dis trict. deceaaed. preaenta his aamliuatratioii account ior Bxamiuatlou and allowanoe, aml makes application Ior a decree ot oisttlliu. tlou uuii partitlon of the estate of sald de ceaaed. Whereupon. It Is orib rid by said Court that aald account and aaid application be re ferred to a aessioii thereof, to be heU at the I'robate Otlice. iu salo Montpelier on the 3d day of Aprll, A. D. 1111. for heart Pg ancl dcclalon thereon. And. 11 ls fnrther ordered, that notio. hereof be giveu toall persons Intereated oy publlca tion of the aame three weeks sut. cs-.lv, -ly lll the Ytniutnt Wmtekmum .1 8UU Jtnrnal, ' uewapapor publlshctl at Montpelier, previoua to aald tuneap botnted for hearlDK. that they may appear at aald titue antl place, and show cauae, if any tbe) uuty have, why sald aoCOUnl nollld not he tillovtud antl aueh decree inatle. lly the Court. Atteat 31 33 llllt AM CAKl.KTO.N. Jndfl. l I AKIM AN S MII'K'i: loScll Hi-ul KetSU). X S'l'A I'KiiH' VERMI INT, WaahlUKton Dlatliot, aa. ln I'robate Court. held at Montpelier, wllhin antl foi aaid Dlatilct.ou the I7tb dav ot Mnrch. A.I). I)l .llscar s . lav. u' larillan to waiuo n rarrar aoti Moaea II. Karrar of Moretown, in aaul Dlairlct, llte iiilutirs. makes altnlicatitoi to sald Court for lleense to aell tbe ftdlowius: tlescribcti real eatate "t ln ui.rH. uitto.t.,,1 lo Mi,i,l i-.i t iu aald Distri wlt: The Interest of his sald wartls nt the land and preluisea OOOUpled by Hannali M. lloltlcn, late of sald Middlesex, deceaaed. at the lil tt her death, representlUK that the aale thereol for the pnrpoae of puttiiiK the proeeeda of ineh aale at Intereet, or InveatliiK llie aame lu stocka or real eatate WOBM be couduclve to the lulereala of his aabl warda. Whereupon. It la ordereu hv aaltl Court that aald application be relerrctl lo a sesslon thereof. lo be held at the I'robate otlice, iu aaltl Moutpeller. on ine .iu oaj to .-,0111, n. ... iH'il, for hearliiK antl tleclatoii tliereon; antl. It Is fur. Iher ordered. that all peraoua intereated be QOttfled hereof, bv .u h I icat ioo ot DOtlOe "I Mld application and order thereon three weeka sucees alvely lu the Vermont Wmtchman .( sttite .tnwnat, a newapauer publlahetl at Montpelier, lu this state, antl which clrculatfs tn the nelghborhootl ol those Intereated, before aald time of haariM, that tliey may appear at aald time antl place, antl. If they aee cauae, oblect Ihereto. lly the Court. - Attest 31 33 lllltAM CAKI.KTON. .ludue. to.t.at.iat a jraar 11 4 . -K ' btlit.lrt.y.KA jasea.a.- . . i,,,,, m.i k V lll tllf h Bt kt , IM k ftH U lii'laiifr, ll.llt II. ItUl Mtt t Ull tt. ..itl rroM t nd ntur yuii pu , ln hdv imi f rfU 1 . y.tii 1 ati t mint m c m 1 lioinv, kIv- H vuur itin-,i 1 KMir uiotunM hm u Wufk, All in in n. Urrm u M l fdf i rtirki-r. W r lctii rou, m'-hn f lytbllMr. V. Hl I I t'U. lt-nift ..IU 1 I.AHH HfH A.Mr, , .,1 uiice, SIUIU t(., 110(11 I " v 1 ; Attkntion ealled to ni k thansit ani l.l II DIMt I IM MK IKTY -ii(. 11 nu iKri iiik ni irtiiuii. ,-m'ihi imuntoattoni to hk ii akd lil HiiiUim Htri'et. Ni w York. u illhiiii 'I tivlor'it cuntrlbutt(iH mitl ( iiur. ttsllt. iI,mi pay New Vtt. wltl. u-ruu. pl. Ht-Dtl lu,1. latlvar) ttir tstuk . Ittiis n. HILT aN (1., Usi K, I'urt Hanis, ... The Nokth Amkrican Hkview has an arlicle by Cardinal Gibbons on " Wealth and Its Obligations." This paper is the Urst of a series to which Bishop Potter of New York, Hon. E. J. I'helps and Ilon. Joseph Cbamber lain wi!l contribute. Senor Emilio CaBtelar discusses, under the head of " The Best Sign of the Times," the progress of democratic revolution and evolution in Europe. Secretary J. M. Itusk writes in a very interesting way about tbe political agitation of the farmers of the country, and the grouuds of their discontent nt the general low ering in price of agricultural products during recent years. Profesaor Rich- ard I. Ely present his views of " I'au perism in the United States," and shows in an elaborate and carefully written paper how large the indigent populatiou of the United States really is. TrtE POPTJLAE SCIENCK MONTHLY opens with an attack on socialism by Herbert Spencer. The title of the arti cle is " From Freedom to Bondage." "What Keeps the Bicycler Upright" is explained in an illustrat.ed article by Charles B. Warring. M A Brief His tory of the Ohio Uiver," describing some wonderful geological changes, with maps and cuts, is contributed by rroiessor josepn I'.james. A paper by Professor Henri Marion, under the title " Training for Character," gives valuable hints on the care of young children. "Social Changes iu Califor nia," by Charles II. Shinn, sketches the devclopment of a commuuity such as the world will never see again. The Kditor's Table coulains a conservative vivv of " Koch's Consumption-cure," and some remarks on " Intellectual Liberty " suggested by the MacQucary heresy case. The index for the past six mooths, in this number, shows that the high character of the magazine is being well sustained. Thk Fokum is particularly interest ing on accouut of the article by Senalor Hoar of Massachusetts on the federal election bill. He constructs an argu ment to prove that the republican party was untrue to its precedentB and to its principles, because this late congreBB adjourned without euacting the elcc tiou bill. He argues that the series of great historical achicvements of the re publican party suffered so serious a breach by this inactivity, that the party must tind new vigor to make its future iu any way worthy of its past. Other articles in this number are "A Study of the Problem of Poverty iu Great Cities," by Bev. Dr. Bainsford of New York; an autobiographical essay by Professor Slmon Newcomb. thc astrou omer; an explanatiou of thc feats of BO-called mind-readers, by Professor Charles Gatchell, of tbe University of Michigan, who shows that " mind readint; " is really muscle-readiug; a oomparUon of railwav rates in the l iiitctl Btates iiinl in other countnes, to ascerlaio whether our rates are really hlgh, Thk Atlahtio Montiily opens with the Qrat part of a story by thc late William Douglass O'Connor, entttled Tbe Bruseo Androld." Itlia story of old Loodon, and iis aocient life is WODderfully rccoustructed by the vivid Iraagination of thc author. Mr. Stock lon's " House of liartba " oontiouei in ils Uiiial rollicking fatbiOO for three more chaptcrs, aud Mr. Lowell'a trav eler purauei his wav through "Noto: An Unexplored (.'oruer of Japau." Francia Parknan'i teoond paper on "Thc Capture of Louisbourg by the New BDglaod Militia" is markcd by thc skill aud circ which Mr. Parkmau devotea to everytblDg which he writes. Ilon. S. (i. VV. Benjimiu, for some years Uuiled States minister to Persia, bai a tltnely oomlderatlon of "The Armeniann and tbe Porte." The num ber i not without poctry ClintOD Seollard, Tbomu William l'arsons, Thomai 8. Collier, and William II. Hhviic belDB atnOOif tbe contrihutors; anii in this couuectiou William 1'. An drews' paper on " Goethe's Key to Faust " should not be forgottcn. St'iiiiiNKU's Macazink for April marks the begiuning of thc richly-illus- trated aenet ot " ucean 8ieaxnnipi which, it is believcd, will be as suc cettfui as the " railway " aud " elec iin ' series. The most compcteut au tborltlet bave been chosen towrlteof "Ocean Paisenger Travel," "Tlie Sliip'ri Conipany," "Sifcty at Soa," "Speed," and the " I.ines of the World." Original drawings by skilful artists (who have beeu granted Bpecial lirivilcges for study by the varioua iteamshlp oompanlee) will illuNtrate each paper. Articles of travel aud ad vcnture are reprcsentpd in this issue by Mi . JepbHna'l m ount v " r ou his per UuUl juuruey to C.piuiu Nelson at Starvation Camp; Hobert Gordou But- Brlc-a-Ilrac. It never reduces the size of a bill to tlie it. l'itt8bury Chrinicle. Aunty: "Would you like to study lauguages, Bobby?" Bobby: "I can talk two languages now, aunty." "You can? What are they?" " English and base-ball." " Is there a stalionery store in town?" asked a visitor in a Kan9as hotel. " No, sir," replied the clerk, as he shook his head; " this towti is in the cyclone belt." IIarper''s Dazar. " GltRAT Scottl " exclaimed .ne em ployec in the telegraph otlice to another, " haven't you seul that message yet?" " No," replied the operator; " there is somethins; written down in one corner of the page that I couldu't quite catch, so I put it aside till I got time to Btudy it over. Can you make it out?" " Yes; I wrote it myself. It's 'rush.'" ITasiiiivon Post. Takiug Children to Church. Children should be taken to church once every Sunday, uot more until they are old enough to desire it, iays Eliz abeth Hobiuson Scovill in the Ladies'1 Home Jonrnal. The habit is invaluable, aud this invests it with the charua of association. The remembrance of the father's reverent manner, and the mother's earnest devotion, the stillness and the calm of the sacred atmosphere, will form a chain too strong to be broken to bind them in after life to the service of God's house. An Irlshroan's Answer, " So, Patrick, ye have taken the tee total pledge, have ye?" said one Irish mau to anotner. " Indade and I have," replied Patrick, " and glad indade am I that I've taken it. " But," said the other, " dldn't Paul tell Timothy to take a little wine for his stomach'B sake, aud his often iufirmities?" asked the drain-driuker. " Faith, and if he did, what's that to do with me? My name isn't Timothy, and I havu't got any 8tomach ache; and since I left off whiskcy I havven't got any inflrraitiea; what do I wanl wine for?" Exchange. A GLASfl of wine changed the history of Frauce for nearly twenty years. Louis Philippe, kingof the French, had a 8on, the duke of Orleans, and heir to the throne, who always drank only a certain nu uber of glasses of wine, be cause even one more made him tipsy. On a meraorable morning he forgot to count the number of his glasses, and took one more than usual. When en tering his carriage he stumbled, fright ened the horses and caused them to run. In attempting to leap from the carriage his head struck the pavemeut and he soon died. That glass of wine oyerthrew the Orleans rule, contlscated their propery of t'20,000,000, and sent the whole family into exile. Cofkee Cake. Three cupfuls of flour, one-half cup of melted butter, two eggs, one-half cup of sugar, one half cup of strong Uquid coffee, one cup of raisins, one teaspoonful each of ciunamon and allspice, a little clove and nutmeg. Add three-fourths cup of molasse8 with a scaut tablcspoouful of soda stirred into it. IJake covered with paper. Swkkt APPLE CUBTARD Pie. l'are and grate sweet apples. Add rich milk tbc better part creaiu uutil about the tblekneai for pumpkln pie. Sugiir to give a pleasant taste. This I depends uiou the swcclness of the apples. J.astly uuu a pincu ot san anu a little ciunamon. Bakc iu one crust. No eggs are to be used. PEBFEOTXOM consists uot in doiug eztraordinary thiugs, but iu doing or dinary tbing cxtraordinarily well. Neglect uothing; the mosttrivial action may be performed to God. Angelvjue Arnattld. 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Write him a description of your case or send for hisBymptom blank to flll out, and a carefully-considered answer, fullly explaiuing your disease aud giving you a perfect understanding of all its symptoms, will be returued free of expense.