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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, 8EPTEMBER i), 1891.
7 Current Itttcniturc. Nph Hooks. Ai.t. lovera of Lucy liTrcom's poelry wil! (iml lier new book, " A New Kng land (tirlhood," publisbed bj HottghtOH, MtffllD &Comiauy, a tarelilernry treal, iudeed and QOt only Ihat, but cvery cirl wlio reads thc book nniRt bc hulpcd by thc quaint, eweet, wholesorae ways of livlng therein portrayed. It is nn cxceertitigly attrnclive picture tliat Miss Larcom ninkcsof her early honie iti Ihe good old lown of Hevcrly, down bjf thc aea, witli " its old-fasbioned peop'.c and weather-worn houiea," when Under boxcs and fire-plncca " werc in vogue, nnd "potntoes were roastcd in the ashes." We laujth ovcr lior liist poeni, writttMi when seven yenis old; adniiic her Independenl spirit iu oot Whiting to be a burden to ner family, and ibe cheerfulnees wiili whieh she goes to " work in ihe niill," and niost iieartily do we rijoice in her sucecsses as a Wrlter) and, lomehow. tike pride in bcr frttndthlpt wiib Whittier and otbrr noted people, as'if they were o.irown. The book can mott Bllicerely be com UtOded iu every reapcct. September Magailnea, THE FOHTJM is an educational DUm ber. It CODUtini live articles on pres ODt problems in education " An Ainer ican Hoys'School; What ItSbonld Be," by Rev. Dr. Henry A. Coit; " Ideall of the New Americao University," by President David Starr Jonlau of the new Leland Stanford Univeisity ; "Tecb nlcal Kducation in the United States," liy Profetior II. W. Tylerj " A Heview of the Higher Education of Women," by Alicc Frcruan Pa'.mer; " I'hysical Hiudrancei to Teachiug Girls," by Charlotte W. 1'orter. An ixtremely iuteresting article is Ihat of John W. Bookwalter on " The Farrner's Isola tion and Ibe Kemcdy." " The Political l9sues of 1802" are discussed by Henry Cabot Lodge, who believes that free eilver, instead of protectiou, will le the main issue. The other articles of thc uuruber also are timely. The Poi'ulak SCIKKCK MOHTHLY contains severnl notable articles. Oue of thfse is by John Fiske, who ex j)ounds "The Doctrine of Evolution, Its Scope and Influence." Another is by Herbert Speucer, who writes on " The Limits of State Dulies." A number wbich contains articles by bucIi distinguished scientists as these is of unusual importance. Dr. Audrew D. "White coutiuues his " Warfare of Sci cnce " series, describing the displace ment of fetiehism by hyiene. A de cidedly novel aubject is preaentcd in " Views of Ruootng Water," by J. Piccaid, which desciibes aod pieiu.es the appearauce of runoing and falling water. A sketch is given, with a por traii, of the retirlng prefeident of thc Atuerican A.sociation.FrofetBor George Lincoln Goodale. The editor writes on " Tbe Warfare of Science " and " In dividuality for Woruau." Thb Cosmopolitan is, iu its Scp tembcr issue, a maitnzine writteu by womeu. The opening article ou Edouard Detaille, is by Lady l)ilke,and is profusely aud beautitully lllustrated with reproducliona of the famuin ar tis 's moat noteworlhy paiutings. " A Forgotlen City," by Eleanor Lewis, is a romantic diseription of the ruins of So'.untuni, the Siciliau Pompeil, em bel'.ished with pbotosrapha. " Malmai son in the Maiket," by Mary Hacon Eord, deacribea the wauing foriunei of the house celebrated for the residence therc of tbe ill-fated Empress Jose pbine. Thera are besides papers on ' The Evolution of the Society Jour nal," by Mrs. Roger A. Pryorj "So ciety Women as Authors," by Anna Vernon Dorsey;a pretty itory, "II Mandolinista," by Daisy O'BrieD, and verses by K itheriue Grosjean, Mrs. Charles B. Foote, and Susan Hartley Swelt, all the Importunt articles being liberaily illuatrated. The North Ahebicam Review contains these uiteresting articles: " Anecdotea of English Clergymen " by HoD. C. K. Tuckerniau, lale ininis ter to Greece, " A Piea for Railway Conaolidation " by c. P. Huntington, president of the Ccntral Pacilic liail way; areply to Goldwin Bmiib'a article on " New Ligbt on the Jewish Ques tion"byan author who writes under the name of Iaac Besht Beudavid; the story of Cuablngand tbe Albemarle, by ibe late Admiral Porter; "Doga and their Affeotiona" by Oulda; "Tbe Meal Suuday" bv Rev. C. H. Eatouj " Co-operatlve Womanbood iu the State" by Mrs. Mary A. Livermore; and " Hayli and tbe tlniled Stal s " by Hon, Frederick Douglaia, late minls ter to Hayti. Tbeae are but a part of tbe cODtenta, and aniong other features is a dlscuealon of the queation " Is Drunkenneaa Curable?" to wbich Dr. William A. Hanmond, Dr. E. N. Car jienter, Dr. T. D. Crolhtrs and Dr. 'yrua Bdaoa oontribute, Tiik New Knoland Maoazink is up to it -i own hlgb ilaudard. Mrs. Kate Uaonett Wells opena the number with a sketch of " Canipobello and its Old Brass Oannon," around wbich linger s inie of iboae memoriaa aavorlng of feudal daya, whlch William 5hu;k bas tnade ao fatniliar in iiis stories of the Orkneya. E. P. Powell, who aaaaoel ated witb W. o. McDowell, tbe leading spirit in tbe movetnent to draw Ihe re pilblloa of tbe world into closer bonds, wrins with line enthusiasm on " A Pan-Republiu ( lougreaa," Tbia prepara tion of the world for deiuocracy is, be tbiuks, tbe work of thin nineteenth century aud a litiing gifl of this geu eraliOQ to those to con'ie ufter. Charles Howard Bblun, tbe well-known Cahfor nian writer, contributes a paper on " The Untveraity of Californfa," It is well illustrated, and very iuteresting. Thtre are other poems by John Allister Currie, Kate WblUog, and Caroliue Thayer. David Huffum, Caroline 8ln clair Woodward, and Mary L. AdatDI contribute bright stories. THE Ahkna is as usual fully abrcast with the advanced thought of the tiuies. The paper which will prob ably attract most attenlion, owing to its timely aipearance, is " Fashion's Slaves," a protusely illustrated contri bution ou wotnan's dress reforin, by the editor. We do not know whether or not Mr. Flower had beeu informed of tbe proposed inauguration of the dress reform inovement at Chautauqua, whicli bas Rttrnctf-d such ceneral no tice by virtue of tbe rndical pOsHIOO taken by its leadcis and the encourage ment given the movo by such lead iDg women as Miss Frances E. Wil ianl and Mrs. Frances E. Hnsaell, but he certainly scores another palpablc hit in the timely appcaranco of this paper. Among the tnanv other DOteWOrthy OODl rihutions are Hev. Dr. George C. Lorimer's defence of Dr. liriggs and his associatcs; Frederic W. II. Meyer of Cambriilge, England, on the work acconiplished by tlie Enelish Psychical Society; Kuma Oishi, M.A., of Tokio, Japatl, on constitutional government in Japan; Rabbl Solomon Schindler on Intermlpratloo, and Sylveiter B ixter on the Austrian postal bauking sHteni. liirriNcoTT's Ma(iazink will be es pecially iuteresting to Vermont people iiu BCOOUnt of the article by Mrs. Julla C. R. Dorr, which it contains. This article is eutitlcd " A Piea for Helen," and is a defence ol thc pretty uirl. Mrs. M. E. W. Sherwood wiites of "Society in Different Cities," a topic upon wbich she is eminently well qual ilied to dilate. She compares iha so cial lifc of Xew York, Pniladelpbia, Waabington and Chtoago, an 1 gives a good picture of the lives of the four hundred in each of'these represcntalive cities. Evcryone intcrested in tbe bct termentof publio roads and highways abotlld read tbe article by John (tilmcr Specd on " Country Roadi and Higb Waya." That we have very had roads iu this country is an aooepted fact, but few realice bOW very bid they are in compariaon with Ihose of many foreigu countries. Pesides calllog attenlion to the wretched coodltioo of our roada, and telllog what bas been doue in dif ferent states for their betterment, Mr. Bpeed offers some valuable sug,'esiions. Among other articles to be nottd are a cleverakitby Edgar Fawceti, eutitled " His Mnjesiv the 'Avcraire Header,' " and " The Days that Are to B ," a dtp iuto the future, by J. K. Wetheiill. Harpeb'8 Maoazink is, as U9ual, handsotnely illustrated. " Much Ado About Nolblng " is the Shakespearean play discussed t'lis tnomh. Following this paper is a comprehensive and pop ular article on the " New York Chain ber of Commerce," its history, purpose and methods, written by Dr. Kichard Wheatley, and richly illustrated some of the portraits being copies of the paintiugs by Tmmbull, now in posses sion of the Chamber of Commerce. The third cbapUr of W. D. Howells' rcmarkable story, "An Imperative Duty," presents some bighly dramatio scenes, aud leaves the reader impatient for the succecding installment. A gen uine treat to lovers of literature is of fered in the ' Letters of Charles Dick ens to Wilkie Collins," which are now for the first time given to the public througb the editorship of Laurence HuttOD, Elizabeth Stoddard writes a pleaaant aummer story, " A Wheat-tield Idyl." Mr. de Hlowitz contributes a peouliarly atriking article on " Germany, France, and (ieneral European Poli tics," wbich will doubtleai createa sen satiou wherever it is read. The edi torial departments preseut for discus sion and thought the usual rich variety of timely topics relating to socie y, mu sic, manners and literature. The Atlantic Monthly opeus with a storv by Kudyard Kipliug, en titled "The Di.Uurber ofTrafflo." The story is related by au Euglish IL'h; house keeper.wbo tells of the cxperieuce of another lighthouae keeper in a little known part of the world, who, half maddened by aolitade and a certain cu rious optical delualon conoected with the tides flowing by his llght, became to an alarming extent a "disturberof trafflo." Mr. Klpling has never done anytnlngol the snme k.tid before, and has never been morovlvid aud aslound tngtban in the preaenl story. Another thort story, " Au Innoceot Life," is contributed by Lillie B. Cbacc Wyman, whose " Poverty tirass " is reniem bcred as a collection of powerful short stories on social queetious. Mr. Stock ton'a " llousa of Marlha " is continued by a long iustallni' nt, and Mary Hart well Catherwood gives us four nlever ebaplera of " The Lady of Fort St. Jobn." A paper ou "The Author Himaelf," by Woodrow Wilaon; a cbarming deacrlptlon of the Japanese feast of lanterna and the rnarket of the dead, by Lafcadio Hearn( and a review of Mra, Oliphant'a lifc ol Laurence O i pbam (In Uaelf practicaUy abbgrapbi cal sketch of that ex'raordinwy man), under the apt title of " Modern Ms tic," are among the other uterettlng paper. Tiik CentubT has a porlrait of Thomaa Jiailey Aldricb as a fiontis piece. titorge Kennan writes on " A Winter Journey Tnrougb Slberia." The subjecl wbich will prohably attract the wideat lntereat is the diacuialon of ihe "Treatmentof Prlfonera atCurnp Mor tou," Indianapolis, duriug the war, a discu f-ion begun by Dr. John A. Wyeth's ariicle in the April Century, The prisent number contains areply io that article by Colonel W. R Holloway. who duriug the war was jnivate secre tary to Governor Morlon, and the reply nas uie liHlorsi inent ot a committee ot ihe Grand Army of the Republic ap polnted to iuvestigate tbe lublect. Rooru is also made for a rejoiuder by Dr. Wyelh, in which he quotes addf llonal staiemcnts to suhstanliate his previoua article. This number containi two illustrated storie- ' Elder Mars ton'a Kevival," In Le Roy Annstroug, with a picture bv Kappea, and "Zekl'l, bv Mi-s Matl Crlm, with pictures by Kemble togelber wiih the ooncluaioo of " The Bquirrel Inn," by Frank R, Slockton, wbich, as before, is illustrated by Froat. Tbe unilluitrated article in cluile sunic notable material. Hon. Henry Cabot Lodge contributes a cu rious and suggestive study of " The Diatrlbution Ol Ability in the United States," which is made the niore iuter esting by a series of tabular classilica-tious. Ilbbcrttstmmts. " Just as good," say soino dealers who try to sell a substitute preparation when a custoiuer ask1- for Ilood's Sarsa parilla. Do uot allow any such false slalements as this to iudnce you to buy what you do not waut. Hemember that the only reaaon for making it is that a few ceuts luore protil will be made on the substitute. Inisist upon having the hest mediciue Hood's Sarsaparilla. It ia peculiar to itaelf. The Soap that Cleans Most is Lenox. Jtbbtrtistmcitts. If You Have o iiim ( H'. IiMllgeiiMon, IlBnlenr, Nlrk lleudurhe, 'ull rmi iloffn," lott liiB flcnh, you n III riiKl Tuit's Pills the rm?l.r yon nooil. Thor lonenp the nvuk itounifli hikI ImiII)! IIi riHKlnic nvrajlMi MiiricreM from moiilnl ir iiliyHical overwooli will I Iml reller h tliotu. M i l.t uicur coutod. SOLl BVBRTWHEBB And S Kiil ()f Khnrt tmii1 iiml Tjrjx writliiK- Kall ti-nii njit'iift S!itpinber 1, LHruct. hvnt fiiilipr( .ih-i n, ..t ...... i .,. ..t i;,,,,-,. -. Tmfiilng fenooU. rninpctont atnifiit iitilcd to potlHofll. KkKnt MtaTogttt frto. B. K. CIIILUS, SrliifH!M, Mnm. 'BXanxl lUlijgious. Airutnwi.. THE POSITIVE CURE. I ELY BHOTHEns. 60 Warren Bt., New York. Tnco 60 cta.l CAPITAL Savings Bank TRUST GOMPANY Montpelier, Vt. Opcn datly from nlne a m. to threa p. m. Saturday evenlug from aeven t" etghl p. k. Bubaeribad Captta) $100,000 00 Addltlonal Ltabliity 100,000 00 Totai Ouarantee 200,000 00 Has Over 150 Stockholders. Thla i lotnpanj ra 1 1 Ivei dep slts of $1.00 or more. Depoaita made on or before tbe Btta da.v of tbe 111011th bcar lntereat from the lst. tatereat payable .Taiiuary and Jnly at tho rate of four in-r eent per aiinuiii, frne from taxes. E. E. Blakely, Treasurer. Temporary location opposite the old Poat-Offloe. PATRONS' PAINT WQRKS MANIFACTURKRS OF Ingersoll's Liquid Rubber Paint. Cheap and Indestructiblc Paints for Barns and Ontbnildings. Ten thouaand Patrona 01 Huabandry and Farmtirs testlfy they are hest and eheapest Beaotiful Bampla Cidor Canis and Book of tnatrnction FltEE. Write us and save uioney. We gnarantee satisfaction . O. W. INCERSOLL, Office 243 Plymouth St. Brooklyn, New York. MONTPELIER CRACKERS! BUY THE BEST IN THE WORLD! WHICH ARE MANUFACTURED 15Y C. H. CROSS & SON MOTPELIER, A'T. WE ALSO MANUFAOTURE TI1E FINEST CONFECTIONERY. bvery WATERPROOF COLLAR or CUFF BE UP TO THE MARK THAT CAN BE RELIED ON 3Jot to Dlsoolor I BEARS THIS MARK. TnADE lO K-v. K. A. lilSHUI'. A. M. Montpelier, Vermont. rhu'lpal. lt.v I). KF.KMAN. A. M., I'n-hl.lent y -illfMII,: " --r"-- KOUNOKU IN 1884, A Uecldttdly OhrUUaa School Neven OotlMWt of Study. SliidvntH Tlioruuiclily Ifttad '"' C'olleKti. Two Ailviuitfd C'urHi to I.ndlei.; MUSIC AND ART SPECIALTIES Theae depurtmeuts Imlng the lurxust und beit n. New KiiKlamt north of liotm. The Musie DenartmtMit atroijKly iiuioriiecl hy Or. Tourjee, IMrector of the New KhkIhi iI ('ninterviitory. Klue ripe ortruu. Good IMauoa, Librnry, etc. All the InilldtnKi Uffbtod by elet trU-liy. Fnll trui opvm AuxiiMt X. Torms Very Moderato rOR CATALOGUE OR INFORMATION ADDRSS THE PRINCIPAL. n'.vond the HIUs. BY FltANK WALCOTT HUTT. 80111. quet lnrllnd iny iteps to ntray OVttMl my imtfvo tianntR, to-day ; Jiut, fntlln Iti itn hrkontiiK. And falne bpyond iny rprkoiilng, rntfrnriitiiB ntlll, It dld BM " Nay!" Now nlKbt rotnen 011, nnd VWptM rlng, Hut way-worn (OottMpl m'Hrer hritiK The old hoine-nook hih) mihlpa rny, Heyond the hllls. O Fnthi'r. let no valn eny Uf Inexpprtenre ln1ny My Iiope'A etemal fMhlOBtttgt For Hffl n nxtch a trauatent thliiR. And llotne Hck mipIi k little wh Iteyond the hllln. aa " One Thlntr In Xccilfiil." A voung bolicver bad lost his joy in tbe Lord, and had fallen into oonsc qupnt despondency. As he sat in the house, in tbc depth of sonow, hit anxious niother said lo hiru, " My dear boy, jou seeni bowed down with care; you look as if the whole world werc rcsliiiir upon you. nnd you had to bear uptbe unlvarae." His answcr struck me as well worthy of renieiubrance Mother," said Iir. " if I had to carry the whole world, I could do it ruore eaatly with Grod tbau I can bcar my life without him." ItlteverjlO, When the Lord is with us, DOtblOg is beyond our DOWer; but when his presence is withdrawn, not only is the sraaahopper a burden, but wo are a burden to our selves, and we grow weary of llving, wbatever temporal coraforts we pos sess. You niay light as manycandbs as you plcase, but there is no day till the sun rlaea; and with all the consola tions we caO musl :r, our soul is still in thc dark till the Lord sbines upon us in grnee. SKOrd and Trowel. MARK. NEEDS NO LAUNDCRINQ. OAN BE WIPED CLEAN IN A MOMEHT. THE ONLY LINEN-LINED WATERPROOF COLLAR IN THE MARKET. VERMONT METHODIST SEMINARY Cimc ablcs. Montpelier & Wells R. R. R. Takinp; EffectJune 29, 1891. Leave Montpelier ;.' '.i1? Arrlvo t WMi Itlver t '': n a. m., i:'u r. ni , : 311 t, M Leave Wells River ; P. M. Arrlve at Montpelier Ht r.Mis !. m .l-'it) i M., S:I.M-. M. I.i'iive MnrlillcM nt v.l" a. m. Arrlve Ht Montpvnflf nt Btn a. m. TrnltK Ii'hvImk MntitM-liaf at f:00A. M. and llll r. m. malta oloaa oonnaotloni nt Walli Hivt-r fnrnii liointii 11 tba iiitc Moantaloa nni rr Dointi north hiiiI hiiiiiIi nn thi' l'niinii.ic mllrnHil; uliia for HoMon ninl Hll tntfrtni'ilintt- lioint. Trnlnn Ifnvi' Montpclli'r for llnrri' nt I n.'i r. M oa It v. m. Trnlnn lenve Harra for Mont liellernt ll It I'. M. ntnl l p. m. Bubnrbftrt Train larrioa. I.i-ava Montpelier at R:J0 a. M., :Ji a. m.. 10 I" A. M.i II IM A. M.i liMr.M.1 IKM p, M..7 M r. M.,llN t M. LMTf Barre at 7 : A. .. : A. lM A. M.( V. M ., 'J:imi '. M., K:lin v. m., 7:.((. v. M., 'l::m v. t r. n. MOIISh, thneriil l'tntri,ijrr Aviil. Central Vermont Railroad. ('omincnrinK .lnne :!t. I .ol . Ifdlni itthti South iml HaM Wtil r.' urr Munt prlit-r wt itllutrx : (1:01 A. M. MAII. for Hti lilniiv. Boton, Snrlna flel.l. New l.onilon ntnl b Vork. M. r ABX I 1 : A I N . for Botton rla Low M The Meu That Fell Out. Dr. M. D. Hoge of UicliTiond Va., tells of two ChrUUan meu who " fell out." One heard the other was tilking agalnst him, and he weut to him and sjid, " Will you be kind enough to tell me my faults to my face, that I ruay proflt by vour Christian candor and try togetridof them?" " Yes, sir,"replied the other, " I will do it." They weut aMde and the former said: "Before you commence telling what you think wroug in me, will you please bow down with me aud let us pray over it, that my eyes may De opeucd to see my faults as you will tell them? You leail in the prayer." It was done, and when tbe prayer w,ts over the man who had sougbt the iuterview said; "Xowpro ceed with what you have to complain of iu me." But theo'.her replied: "Af ter praying over it, it looks so little ihat it isnol worth talking about. The truth i, I feel now that iu sroiog around talkin' agaiust you I have been servinsr the devil myself, and have ueed that you pray for me and forgive me tbe wronj,' I have done you." The quarrel was sellled from tliat hour; and thtre are sevcral ditliculties that ruight be st ttled thc satue way. Try it. The Biiek antl The Fox. Father Matbew, the temperance apostle of Ireland, uscd to tell thc fol lowing story: "A very fat old duck weut out early one moruing in pursuit of wornis, and who, afler being out all day, succeeded in tilling her crop full of worms, was captured by a fox. Sbe saitl to the fox: 'You cannot be so wicked and hard-hearted as to takc thc life of a hartnleaa duck, merely to satisfy tbe oravlng of hunsjei?' She exborted him agaiumt tbe commiaaion of so great a sin, and begged blm not to stain his soul wiih iunocent blood. When tbe foi could stand bercaotno longer, beaald: 'Out upon you, madain, wiih all your tine featbers; you're a pretty tbing to lecture me for takin.' life lo salisfv my hunger. Is not your own crop full of worms? You deetroj more lives in one day tban I do in a montb.' " Thi, was Father Matbew's reply to the niakers and vendera t.f liquor, when they cbarsed him with spoi iug Ibeirtrade and tailogtbe bread from tbe lipi of their obildren; they, whose whole busint was robbing wivcs and cbildren of bread, aud fattening upon tbe inisery aud ruin of otbt rs. Hand New Vork vla Sni iiixtlelil. r:n.-. 1'. M. eASHKNOEK, for White Itlver Mini'tton. ISi40 A. M. EXPKEfm, for Botton rla Lowell and nll pouti Iu New KiiKlaml. Truin (liihi! S'nrlh ttttd Wlttl :ftn A. M. EXPRKaa, for Montreal. oniletn- "'I nlnl the u . I B: aa A.M. AOCOMMpDATtON, to st. aiiihih, BiirMiiifton mnl ltutland. Troy nnil New Vork. VI 50 A. M. PA88ENOKK. for llurllincton, iiiiianw. i . i 1 1 . nome , i .i It aml st ' i . 'iH M I'ASSKNdKlt. for RtuUniton, MMii-, ..o.iureai. "i:iieii.ii!ir ntnl tlie e.t. Biao r. St, WHITE MOUKTAtN EXPRE88 for tlnilliiKt Hiitlatiil aml New Vork. Noruoo.l, Montreal himI the West. ' '" KAST EXPKESS. l-nltlnall Sleen. St. St. Inx I Ht to 1'hleHlfO. Tmlin leave for Barre at tt M,(l4T anl IftjlOA, M, atn. W, tltlBnd?lMI. M Tralna leave for Will. lam.town nt In : lll A. M, alnl IttJ V. M. ThroiiKh tleketa to chleaKO aml all niilnta Wet rcr Hale at the irlnelial ntatloim. .1. W. IIOBAIIT. llenernl Mananer. 8. W.CI MMINOS i ieneral Fastona-er Aitent. jLtqal lotitcs. 1I.AKISSA IIKICK'S KSTATK. J i'i M MINh N KKS' NOTICE. Thn nndrnljftiPd. having beeti Hjijniintfd by the m rmbl rrobfate Coort ror the Histritu of Wash- lnton, CoiniiiMwioiitT' to rt'rctve, Mxamlne and ad Junt all I'laihit aml demaml of all agalnfit the estat uf Clarl-tsa Brnce. tfttfl ol Woodbury, In nalil Iilstrlrt. d0OMaJd and all rlalms ezliln- itf.i in Hfr.'t thereto, bereby jlTe notloa that we win mi'ct furthe iniriio.sc.i aforesald at tbe tnwti clerk's tifTi.-e in Cabot on tlu' 14th dav uf Septcniher and Wtb day of .lantiary next. from one O'Olock 1. M. nntil tlve oVlock p. M.. each nf said days, and that slx inontbA from the ttith dav tf .lulv. A. I. ld.U the tliue liinltcd by said Oottli for said rrt'ditors to present thtdr clalins to us for exatntnattoti and ftlloimnoo. Dftted al Otbot, this Mth day of AilKitst, A. I). W47 O.B. COLLINS, ( 'oininlfi9louers. rpEMPBRANCK ADAMS' ESTATE. X OMMISSIONKKS' NOTICE. Tbe underslKinMl, havlun bMll ppolnted by the Honor&blo Prolmto Comt for tho Iiutrict of wanh hiKton CommlialoiMttt to rerelve, exainlne and adjust all rlalins and deinands uf all pertOHI ai;aiut tlie etate f lVinperanre Adams. late of Cabot, i fiald IMstrlct. dei'easud, aud all olatmn ex hlbttod In OffMt thorotOi herehv lve notioe that we wiu nit'et for htparpoMi Rforewta, nt ihe dweiiiiiK- lioiiReof Lewis .f. (VHev of Cnbot.ou the S6th day of Bepteinber, 1891, aud Jtth dav of .lanuary. HMi, from oneo'clork P. M. untll fouro'clonk l. i..eah of said days, and that six monthl rrorn thc SMth day of Auust, A. l. IWli is the time Itmtted by lald t'ourt for said ereditors to prt-si'tit their claluis to iu for exanilna- tiou aud Ruownnee Dated at Cabot, this 31tt d yr of Augutt, A. D. 1891 55-61 rl'wiM:,1!':'-;'' - TOHN A. PAGE'8 KSTATK. O STATK nK VEKMON Y. Wasbniitton Dlstrict. m. iu Probete Courti iM-id at Uontpelleri in hihi for said Dutrlet, 00 the 27th dav of Auiut. A. I). Issl An Inttmment end codlolli tneretoi purportini; to be theiast VYilimud L'estmtnent of J ohn a. Pftgei late of Montpelier) in said Dtotnetideceaae4,belttg presented to the t'ourt f..r I'rohate: It ts ordered by laid Court that all pertoni OOUOerned therein be notltled tp anpcar at a si-sslou uf sttid Court. to be held at thn ProoSite ntoe. Va lald MoutpeUeri ou the 26tfa day of hepteinher. A. I. IflOl, aint show eause, If any tbey inav have. agalnst thn prohate of sahl Instrtitnent aud eodlolli tor whloh purpoee it is turther ordered that HOtlOOOf tbie order he iniblished three week hin'eesstvt'Iy Ir the Vermont whtehtn i , stute Jour hn.', a newspapui urtuioU at lloutpelleri In this tate. previuim tc sid time nppotnted for hearing. B the Cniirt. Attest. U-57 II l R A U c a R LET )N , .ludne. Nojfh'ctingr tlu Siek. IIow oftcn minirstera are hlametl for Degleotiog the sickl A brother who rartly aitens the meetins of the churoh falli IU. At bU conDeollon with the brelhren is very Mliht, the fact that he is conlined to his bed is not known to tbe cburcb. He iHiiotat'euatcauich, hut as this is the rule, his ahsence doee not suirgefct anythin but spiritu il i 1 neai, antl iq he is left to blmielf, to ei througb a- hest he cun. Ile coniplains of ihe rniniHter, the elders, and the brt'thn n ffeneralty, He has beeu alling t vo weei s, aud none of il.e hretfirt n have vihi ed lii.n. Vh ahould ilieyY 'ihvy bav visited blmagaiu and agaiD to lodllOfl him toatiend to his rellgioui dutiet. without avatl. They h.ive be Corjjf diCuurrged. It in nouse to wail6 moie Uiua ou uiui, they are o.nvincd. They have not beardof aDVtblug h, lofl tbe inntter with him, rxcept that his uarljf rviigloua itHil.ii be cwr had aucb zeal, li8 allppvd away from him. It may do him L.'" d t i lind ti his alokn6M tliat his DOgluct ot dttij, his forsakiny of hU brjthran. Iian left him prtt'y much alofjfl in his tinu. ot ueed. Ile oiiL'ht uot to flnd ioo luuch of an offsel to uia own neglfeei uf duty in the facl that the church is not tlt.in its duty towards him. Ctttnbtrlaml Prtshttt rian, Mouai.ity apart from religion is but another name lor deeency iu llo. It ia just that ueative Ipeolei of virtue which consists iu not dotog what is icaudaluualy depraved aud Micked. Hut there is no heart of holy principle iu it, any mt)re thaii th .ie ia in rosacr sius. Horact hu$hn$ll CnuisT is an example of a perfeol mauUuod. lo folloWiug him our own manhood aud charaeter are dlgolfled. Nq wortlc.or UleaU an- st t ! tfore meu tban ihose to iuduce them to be I'hns-tiuns. Childukn Cry forritcherCastoria. Cuiluukn Cry for l'itcher's Caatoria. OTIS J. UM AliU'S KSTATK. .M'ATK OK VKIi.MONT. Washington Distrlct. s-. In Probftte i3ourt. held at Ifoutpeuer. (n ieid Dit trlet. on the :ist dav of Auust. A. D, Ivd : Oeonce H. Grer, Ezeoutor of the uul WIU and Testament o Otlt J lih ard. late of Calais, iu said Distrlct. deceased, present bU adinlnlstratlon aooonnt for ezemlnation aud rIIowmuMi and nakes applieatton for a derree ot distrlbu tion aud partitiou of the estate nf ttatd de COMOdi Wberenpon. It I ordered hy said Court that said MHSOUnl and said applientlon he re ferred to a eSMOn tbereof. to lie held at the I'rohate Ofllee, tn satu Montpelier, on IbelTttiday of Sepetniier, A. I. 801. fnr hearinn and deeislou thereou. Aud, it Is turther ordered. that uotlce hereof he nlven toall persons tutereHted hy puhliea tion nf tbe saiue tbree weeks sueeesstvely In tlw Vtrmont wtti-hmif d .srir Jomlt a newspaper publislied at Montpelier, previous to said ttine au potnted for henrtligi that they inay appear at said time and pla e, aud sbow eatise, if any tbey iu;t? have, why ijud MOOUtlt ihould not he allowed aud 00h ileeree made. Hy tlie Court. Attest. 58-57 HIliAM CAKLET01S, .TudK'e. I rAKBIRT A. sMiTH s KSTATK. II STATK OF VERMONT, Randolph Otttiiot. M. in Prohate Oourt. heid at WtUhunetown. In sata DUtrlet. on the 'lst dav of ,. . A. I ' 1801 : Rawin 0. smith, Bxeoutor or tlie eitate of Harrlet . smith, late ot wilUnmitowni iu aid Ibstriet. dereased. presents his atlmiulstratloti neoount for oxemlnetlon aml aUowanoet and makes application fof a denee ot distrihutiou aud partitiou of the estate of sahl deceased. Whereupon. it Is ordered by said Court. that said aeeount and laJd applleatbm be referred to a seHston thfreof t he held at the Monuiueut Uotise, In said WIIMains lown. on the Hth dav of Septeuilier. A. D. 1WI, forhearlnjl anddOOUllon thereou: Aml.it Is f nrttier ordered, that uoiiee hereof be given 10 all persnnj Intereeted hy pnbllcatliin of the same tliree weeki surcessively Iu tbe Vmnout Wutftrmttt .1' .Stute Jotir i4ul, a newapapor pobUehed at Montpelier, nreviout tn tatd time appolnted for bearliiK- that they inay appear at sahl time aud plai'e. and show eause, lf any they may have. why said aeeount aihould not be aitowed aud eueh deoree made. Hy the Court. Attest. M Vi WILLIAM II. NIOBOLS. Jldat. BKTSKV VV -s KSTATK. STATK ot KHMON r, WMhlrurton DUtrlot ai. Iu I'rohate Court. held at Montpelier, in said EHff trUt.On tbe 'S:b dav f AUgUat. A. I. IhmI : Kmiieis r. Kelton. Exeeolor of the but WH1 and TeaUunentof Hetaey Orajr.Iate ot Kast Montpelier, In sahl DUtrlot. deoeaeed. presents his adniiu latratton aoonnt for esaminatloii and itiiowanee and nwtea appUcatlon tor a decree of litrihution and partitiou of the estate of sahl deeeased. hereuou, it Is ordered bt said Court that taid aeeount mihI sahl itppheattou Ife referred to h muhsIou t hereof, to be lo ld at the I'rohate offlee . iu nald Montpelier, uu the llth dav of Septeiuher, A. I). IKHI, for hearllik' aud declalon thereim: Aud, it ll turther ordered, that notiee hereof he Kivn tp all penona Interested, y puhltrutiou uf the ame three weeks ueoeeelTOiy m tbe vtrmont W'utchinan Jt Slml4 Jeornoi a newspaper nublished at Mtintpelier, prerieua to said time appolnted foi heajinjf, that tbey uiav appear at said time aud plare, aml show Oauae. ir any they may tiave, why sahl aeeount khoiild not he atloued aud sueh deeree made. By the court. Atteat. M M UIUAU CARLETON, Jndffe, JAPAWESI- SOAP. FiskMfg co. 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