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VERMONT WATC1IMAN & STATE JOUKNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 18J)1. Hnrnnnl, Siimnor k lo. Black Dress Qooih. There comes a time to nll wlien we arc forced to cousider this question of black dress. Ilich and poor alike ruust raeet thu uecissity, becnuse all nlike have the impulse to show by their dress the chaDgcd conditious tbat have come IntO their lives. Evcn though there niay bc neither time nor incliuation to corjbidcr qunl ities, styles or gnruishings when the neccBsity is forced upon us, yct rome one inust pcrfoim that duly for jou, aud to them we want a word ou this very important matter. Mouruing dresses " are now ruade with a plain ' bell ' skii t with fau back, the frout broken by a few folds ob eithcr side from the belt. A border of crape from ttn lo fiftten inchis wide should trim the front and sirtes, or rnay extend around the skirt. The waist is of ' Henrietta ' with high sleeves of the same, and the euffs and other acces Bories are of the crape." This is the opinion of oue who is well able to tell what is and is uot suitable in mouming dress, but the other iuforraation is added that the changes from the rule laid down are " legicn," and the greatest latilude is allowed evtu here. Perhaps nowhere else is there so apparent, as in black, the effect of any material differeuce in shades. Poor black, whcther iu color or rua terial, is the poorest possible gotds for you to buy, for, after a few weeks' wear, your natural love of good mate rial will be di6turbed, and you will Itse that sense of beiug suitably dresstd without which no woman takes com fort. Black dress is no louger indicative of mourning; in fact, black is susceptible of as rich and sl)lish effects as colors. It is the one dress that looks well on every one. Fashious change, but the suitable ness and the elegauce of black remaiu B8 sure to-day as ever, aud will always ' continue as stiong as it is even uow. That black dress is a nccessity, is so ' true that the fact nced hardly be stated. That it can iill whatever wish you , may have for modesty in dres?, is equally true. That it is capable of stylish elabora tion, is true also. Black is the uuiveisa! dress, and no wardrobe is compltte without one or more. We know the need of our people in dress good?, and this season, as never before, we are prepared to nuei all needs in this all-iruportaut part of your toilet. This season you can got as you Wish from OOe a yard up to 18.00. Elegant Htnritttas iu Silk wurp or all irool, made by the incomparable 1'riistli y. Amoug tbem oue special nurubor that we have sold for more than tweuty flve years. Hegular " old standard qualities," that we will sell this year 25c a yard less than ever. Camel's Ilair in larger varicty than ever before known in diagoual; double diagonals in the prettiest possible re sults of the Jacquard loom; the flgurei are duinty, and the effect charming. Bengalines in all the possibilities of silk and wool; they will not crush or grow shiny; they look like Irish rop lins, with pretty figures added. I'riestley's new Greys will be very popular this year, and of tbem we have an abuudance. It Is Wholly True: In all New England there isn't a Black Goods stock to cqual what we Off or our ladies At the Fairtst Prices. We have a departiuent thoroughly orgauized to attend to all letters of iuquiry, or for Samples or the tilhng of orders. We guarmitio to please you. Barmabo, Bvmhxb & Co., Worcester, Mass. siiniiiiiirv of New. vermont. Thk bell tPBin of the Unlvernlty of Ver mont dUDMraed Itvit week. A iikah welghlnn MO poundi was otnght reoently at Beel Arlington. Thk. Bplrttnelltt eeinpnieeHii at Qneen Clty 1'ark cIiiniiiI Siiinltiy eveninjf. Thk sixtli niitiiuil NOBtOO of the Tliinl Vermont Regtment is to 1 liehl at 8t. iTohllsbUfy to-day. Thk t wentytiftli anmml convention of tlie. Stiito Younir. Men'n Cliriatinn Ansoriatioti will be held m ltutiaini, Noveinber 33, 38, L'l nml 1!.".. Thk niiiMty-Hixtii meeting of the Lamoille Assooletlon f Beptlsts mi held at st. Albans on Wedoesday nnd Tlmrsilay of last week. Thk. twentysecond ennual convention of the St iil Siindny-Hcliool Association in to be held at Newport on the 18th, 16th and 17th iiiMtant. Thk fall tfrin of St. Johoebnrjf acadiMiiy opt'iifd on last w!k Tursduy, wltli ncarly 800 pnpils, tli laritest uttvndancu iu the htetofj of tiie eohool Thk reidiits of SpringHeld, tliis st.itr, and CherieetowBi N. Jt., luve otgnnlsed an bietorioaJ soctetr, for the p'ni ol tiMlng tli old Orown rolnt mlUtnrjr road. EdWAKII Sl'AlLDIMI aj( ftnlek bf tlle enrly motniOB train from the south, at Betheli on Mondey. and wae Inetently kllledi He was walkiiiK on the trark. Kkk.o IIkkhik, einployed by the Honton St Maine rallrottd at Wells ElrVer, was ar- reHted Satnrday. ohAfged With Htealiug trunks. He was sent to tbe county jetl at Chelsea. Dk. iiokack Hatcr, who wa-H born at Norwich in 1833, and was a physii ian in Philedelpble and WMhlngton for many years, died at New Haven, Oonn,, reoently, of paraij ils. Hok, Lkvi k. Fi'llkh of Brattleboro bas bonght a tioi-k of iuported Shropehire sheep for the fartn conneetetl with the Vernont Aoademy at Saxton's Rlver. Tlie sheep were pnri'hascd at the state fair. Miss Jbssii Johksom of Shrewsbury, who was a StUdent at Ulack Kiver Acadeniy in Ludlow, oofnmlttod sniolde by iianing leel week Tnursday atternoon at Lndlow. The aot is attributed to beredltary insantty, It is proposed to ereot at Burlington, as a memorial of the late Ber. L. CJ. Ware, a buildtng for the OSe of the Fletcher Free Library, Contributions from thefrlendsoi Mr. Ware are solicited. It is estimated that tlie buildtng will cost about J.'io.noo. Chaui.ks Skkondink, lireinan at the Oampbell knittina tnlll, Bennington, at tempted to kill iiis wlfa last week Monday nlgbt, and stabbed blinself fonr tlmes after ward. Mrs. Bekondlne defended herselt vigorously and succeeded in esoaplng from the honse before her busband Intuoted any SerlOUS Injurtes Upon her. The weapou USed was a pocket-knife. Jcalousv pronapted the act. Juuok II. H. Whk.ki.hh, in the I'nited States district conrt at lirattlehoro, on Mon day, ordered tbat the two Chinamcn he re- turned to Canada, who were reoently ar rested by Dnlted states officers at Windsor, under the exi lusion act, and ordered re tnrned to Chlna by Dnlted States Commis- sioner Jobnson, but from whose order conn- 8el for the I'hiuamen appealed on the gronnd tlmt they held permlts from the Do mlnlon governmenl toreturn totnatooun try. The declsioii is rearded as very im portant. DaRLIKO EASTMAM, the mooiishincr who esoaped from the ofllcers at bis prellminary trial at Corinth Oenter in May last, was oaptured Saturday at Manchester, N. II., and has been taken to Bnrllngton. East man, bis father and brother-in-law were Oaptured white they were WOrklOg their still. At the time of the esoape the prlsoner was about to enter a oarrlage when he tiroke uway from bis gnard aml ran. Not a sliot was Mrcd untll he was otlt of range. lle will he trled in Ootober. Two mcn have been hard at work outting the Lord'a prayer in letters an Inon deep and six IncuHS blgb on the face of a bij; rock on tlie Bristol road uear Rut land. They are hired by Dr. Green of Buffalo, who pays them (48 for tlie job. The rock is as big as a house and stands at a bend in the road, which there takes a sharp turn aud gous up a stee blll. It is about the liardest place in Vermont for a team, and is oonsldered a most appropriate plaoefor the lnscrlptlon, ai teauisters are prone to use profanity, white Urglng their horses on. Captain HoYT of the Eleventli United Btates Infantry has made a report of bis in speotion of the Vermont National Quard at tlie Bennington encampment. Hesayssev eral coiupauies were fairly well drilled and showed interest aud enthuslasu), Others weresadl) deftotent. Noneofthe armorles are what they ihould be. The folce could be oonoentrated at any point in the state within twenty-four hours. The offloers had gOOd Oapaoity for their w ork but lackeil ex perienoe. The rank and tlle were young meu, alarge proportion being mlnors, They were not well iet upand some few appeared to he nhyiloally dUquatlfled. The li(;lit ba: tery drlll was exoellent, and the manual was eSCellent, Captain Iloyt coiiiplains that the uard is too stnall. A MKKTiMi of the Vermont citizens' alli- anoe was beld at tlie Berwlok house, Rut land, on last week Thursday. There were forty-tive delegates present, repreeenting various faruiers' leaguee, local citizens' alli- anoes, trades unlons aud Knlghts of Labor of the state. The question of local and state reforms provoked the mo.st extended disoussion of the meeting, aud one-man power aud oorporatlon oontrol iu polltios were vigorously denounoed, It was re ported that twentv-ono towns in Rutland OOUnty were about to establisb alliances. The platform oontained the followingde- mands: That state and couuty revenues be limlted to tbe necessary expeuses of eoonomloal govorntnont; that oorporatlons shall pay taxee on all property held in the state aud that the assossutcut of taxes sgalnst corporatlons be made in theseme uiauncr as aainst other entei prises; that a separate state egrloultura OOllege lie es- tabllsbedi that all publlo Institutions be oonduotea more eoonouioally and that snp plies be purohased througb sealed propo sale and of the lowest bldder) that ineriffi shall uot holil otlice for more than two terins in Hiiccession ; that weekly payments tie made to employes liy corporatlons; tbat the expenses of the state mtlltta be reduoed one-half, "belleving that as an organlca tion it is not of value to the state;" that the ralltoad oommisslon sbould be abollshedj that the salaries and expenses of all state ollicers be redueed. nomentlc. Onk THiui) of tlie clty of Ualles, Ore., has been burued, with a loss of StiOO.lKKJ. Thk census returns give the SOtual pop ulation of the United States as 63,033,380. Thk problbitionlstS of New York nomi nated a ticket and adopled a platform last week. Gkokoe W. Thekkhn, mayor of Broken Kow, Neb.i has abscouded, with a shortane of S0,000. Thk annnal session of the American So cial Scieuce Associatiou was held at Sara tOga, N. V., last week. Haiimon Mubkay, a colored outlaw in Florida who has killed seveu meu aml has detied the authorities for nearly a year, was killed last week by a colored boy of seveu teen, Wbo SbOt blm iu the bead with both barrels of a shot-nun. Thk time within whloh four and oue-balf per ceut lionds will be received liy the United StateH aud contiuued at two per centhas been extended indelluitely, but In teresl at Cour and ouo-half )ier ceutceased ou last week Weduesday. RPWAM OltiUli a boy of uiue yeurs, liv iii( at Wheelinj;, W. Va., teaaod six DUge mastlffs in a keuuel last week Saturday evening. The dogs liecame so fleree that they broke down the gate aud attacked tlie boy, whose ears and uose were bitten off aud who received uo less thau slxty wonnds. Five of the rtogs were Bhot hy a pollce otlicer. Thk Cunard StCafflShip "Ktruria" ran ItltO and saiik the tugboat " F.rle " whlle SteamiiiK out of New York bay last, week Saturday. The SOH of the " Krle'a " captain went down with tlie tog In elghty feet of water and was drowned. The"Etrurla" steamed on her course. U. I. Musuravk of Terre Haute, Ind., attempted reoently to swindle an Insnrance oompany by proonrtog a dead body, pntting It In a cabln and settlng Bre to tbe latter. The body was snpposed to bc bis own. He theO went to Chicjo Htid concealed liiln self, but the tiick w as discovered. A sphk from a steiiui thieshin-machlne Set fire to the stubble in Faulk ItOOOty, South Dakota, a few days ago, aud a trtoi of land SWenty bjP BftJ mlles in slze was bnrned oter. Hundreds of thoiisamU of bnsbels of grain were hurned. I)c,z.-ns of fann huueee were deetroyed, and i.ikio pr- hoiih are homeless. LaBOK day was observed on Monday thronliout the couutry, and iu all large citles there were (ii eat processions. At To- peka, Ran., the Fatmers' Alllauce formed the prlnolpal feature of the prooseeioBi The membets rode ponles, wore patohes on their trousers and large siiiitlowers in their hats and carried spades aml rakcs. A m'miiku of men were boldtngdowna balloon Ht a fair at Uswegu, N. V., ou Wed Desday of last week, when the balloon oaught flre and all Iet go of the rqpes. Tlie balloon Shot up, rarrying Oeorge It. Woods, who had beootno eiitanled iu the ropcs. When about seventy feet from the ground, he fell aud was instantly killed. Mks. RvSSBUi IIahhison and Mrs. McKee arrived in New York from Enrope on Wednesday of last week. They were met by Itussell llarrisou, his mother and other relatlves and frlends, who went down tlie bay ou the revenuo cutter "Grant," to ineet the Hteamer ' Majestic." The ladies Were RWUng from the ateaiiier while tledin achair, and there was mucii ehevring. Louis Bullin'o, the St. Jo.seph wife inur derer, shot himself on leel week Frlday shortly before the time set for his exi cutlon at Bavannab, Mo., aml flnally dled on the galloWS, covered with blood, shrieking for mercy and cui'siiiK his executioners. His Sptritlial adviser, Kev. Auguat I.avaUe, is under arrest for turnlshlng nlm with the re- volver with which he attempted SUlctdo. Foreltrtl. It is stated that a revolution is at hand in Haytl aml tliat Hlppolyte is preparlugto tlee, liaving lost oonHdenoe in bis (ollowere. Thk time within whloh the Cono auti slavery treaty can be ratlfled has been ex tended untll February ', in order to glve the United States another ObatiCe. A lkttkk received at St. Catherines. Out., from BSngland, says the wife of Birchall. the murderer, was married six Weeks after her return home from Canada. Thk authorities of San Salvador have been guilty of an affront to tlie American Sag, very mucb like that In the Barrundia Caae, in attempting to seize from the steam ship " City of 1'anamu " a nuuiber of polit lcal refUgels, wbo had taken passago for GuatemaTa, Whkn you deslre a pleasant physic one that will oleantS your Hysteni and glve you the otearLeadedness aml bnoyanoyi of youth try St. Patrlok's I'ills. Thev are the most pleasant catlmrtic aml livur pills in use, aml after having oDi'S trh d tliem we are COnfldent that you will never be satisiied with nny other kltid Twenlj-tlve cents per bpt. For sale tiy C. Hlakely, Montpelier, Vt. Akmi a am OtL I.immkntIh ecpmllv good for man and bcast. Twenty.llve aud tifty cents per bottle. Thk Itobing of the scalp, fnlling of the hair, resnltlng in baldneSSi are often caused by dandruff, which may he cured by using Maii's itair Etenewer. TltOUSANDS walk tbe earth to-dav who wonld be sleepjng in Iti bosotn but tor the timely use of llowns' Elixir. 1 was troubled witb l atai rh for seven years previoiiH to eoiniiiencing the use of Ely's Creatn ilalm. It has done for me what other so-called cures have failed to do onred me. The effect of the Balm seemed maaical. Ctarmct .. Hnit'. Bldde- fvrti, Valnti Ik you could see j our OWn scalp thtOQgh an oidlnary magnffylng glass, you wonld be amaaed at the amotint of dust, daudrulT and ileail skin tbereon accuinulated. The beet and most popular preparatfon for cleansing the Hcalp is Ayer's Ilair Vigor. Had Blyer Valley Paln Tlie Miul Hiver Valley fair came off Sep temlier 1 and J. Tlie r-.tin on the afteruoon of tlie Brat day delayed matters sumewliat, but the seoOnd day was all that could bc desired as reganls weather. There was a grand dlsplay of borse', there being over one hundred entrles. There were eighteen ent ries of brood mares aud oolts, and w bicb was best only thejudges could tell. H. II. Ubipman of Waitsdeld took ttrst premium on stallions four years old and over, ou Auctioneer, Jr. He showed some line OOltS and took second inoney in special ycarling race and thlrd in two-year-old race. 3. H Hastings of Waitslicld abowed Captain by Draco, but in theabscnce of any of liis get drew no premium. L, W. Avery of Northfield showed Prinoe Arthur on the track, and made a very creditable showing, ,1. K. Lynde of Williamstown showed Pren- tis by Eastern Boy and some of his get, aml took money in most of the raoes, G. o. Boyce of Montpelier was also represented, and carried aw ay liist premiums ou one aud two-yeur old stallions. II. S. Town of Montpelier was here with Engineer and Beveral other horses, Their reoord can be seen in the report of raoes, E. T. McCarthy of Waitslicld showed three-year-old, two-year-old and four nionths-old oolts, and took premiums in eacb class, also lirst mouey iu special tlnee-year old race. Baob of his colts was by Waid Lambert. .1. I.. Baird of Waitsfield, H. H. Chipmau aud Cbarles Wheeler of Duxbury Bhowed brood mares by Auctioneer, Jr., that were bard to beat, L, Wlloox of Moretow n ex bibited a ycarling by Aristos.a fine auimal. Drew Palmet showed OOltS of special merit aml carried off flrst aud second premi ums on yearling colts. of matcbed norees there were three entrles, but only two ap peared for premiums, A pair ol bays was shown by J. I. Palmei of Waitslicld and browns by A. E. Lovejoy of Moretown both pairs good horses and well-matched. In single drivers there were six entrles, one eacb by G. G. Bleeper of Moretown, by lsiily; Tommy Ferrls of Moretown, by Mamorino Jel which took two premiurae; Jamea Bmltb of Duxbury, by Abrahain, a good-styled boree and of good actiou; Roberl Long of Warren, by Auctioneer; 1.. WiiCOX of Moretown, by Flcetwood, a trot ter, whlob took tirst piemiuui, aud oue by Ailen Bruoe. Of cattle there was a scarcity. The stringa of oxen and steers, the berds of Devous, onort-uornsaud Jorsey oattie nave glven way to horses, ami this was A verit able horse fair. Drew & Palmer aud D. C. Barnard showed in Bboruborns steers and a few head of young cattle of good merit; It. A. M ixwcll had iboroUgbbreo and grade Holstelns; I.- M. Learnard and David Turner giade Jorseya and thoroughbreds : 0. E. Jones. dairy oows, Jersey, o. c. Wilder, Otis Wallis, E. Joih-h ai.d Drew & Palmer exhiblted some tine speoimens of Sliropsliite sheep, and eacb took preuiiums. Of SWine, O. t". Wilder showed a SOW and DlKS, In iionltrv, L, M. I.earnard had iiiow n I.eghorns, w hite I.eghorns, riymonih Rocks and Wyeudottes. in Ploral Uall the display was not large. but showed the good tastu of the ladies. Of rugs of all kinds there w ere many. In oil palntings Miss Edith Walbrldge of Waits- rleld and Miss Bhepard of Warren had sev eral tine Hpccimeiis. Of the other articles tidies, lambrequins, etO, we can only say that what were exhibited were line. Vege tables and fruit were there, also. E. A. Fisk and Joslah Holden of Walt fieldand Stephen Johnson of Fayston w-ere the prin cipal exbibltore. c. F. Bddy bad obeese. Oue tub of sugar and two oans of inaple syrup completed tlie list iu this line. There was no hand to drown the cry of the ped lers aml buoksters, Tiie danoe hall was well patronleed. The attendance was fair aml withal it was an orderly fair. Special uieution should be made of saui ples of uiuple Hugar as tcst d at the Experi meut Station and exhiblted by a n pri-Henta-tive of Professor Cooke. lufonualiou was glven iu relatiou to such tests aud it will be uf muob Value to the farmers. The soeiety pay full premiums aud have a balauce iu the treasury. Below is asutnmary of races: I nri i. k it ..I i. 1UI K fjll. Oold l)llt. T. W. MeOartbr, Moretown 1 1 1 , ,1. K. l.yuile, Wlllliiliittiimi '.' -' '.' , Ton HlllHliuTvllle, Wttitntlelil 3 3 3 , U. ). Itoycu, Montpelier 4 i I TllllltK MIMJTK Cl.ASI ftll. gpr. Oewn Berry, WatteBeM s s i s i t Yi'llow llin'k, K. ir.Tiiwn, MtiDtpi'llur, 2 1 1 '.' 4 It T.J. K. LjrpM, Wllllulintowii. .. 5 6 3 3 J Itnli. T., l. I). Ilojce, MontiMUt-r III II .1 4 4 l-iiiiiile. .1. I. l'nliner, W nlmllt'lil ; S. I.iilnliert, M. A. Joinm, Nurtlillulil, H I li 5 5 2 qo, ,, John wukn.a, Morttown.... ' u 7 ; 7 Frud K., Fniuk Kt-lt. Montpelier II 7 4 7 dr I.ioiiberttm, .1. lliiriit'D, Wuto.bury.. . 1 ln h h ti lleit time FoL'K-YltAII (l.l Hach-J.IH. Dr. 1,., II. H. Towu, Montpelier 2 111 T. It., W. It. KlllnrlU, Nortlilleld 2 j 3 Kioinle, 11. .1. t'ui-tU, llnzliury ;l 3 3 3 Nellle, A. Ilulilmrd, Monlpeller 4 4 4 4 lleit time J V1 1 , . KUKK foa ALL ltACK-tU. KliKineer, II. S. Tohii, Montpelier 1 I 1 H.'iu-y C.Selli Jonen, Walerlmry i l 2 l'.tl heu, le'uriie l.ynde, wllllnmittottii J ;i ;l Juck SheppHrd, l rnk IVIt, Montpelier 4 4 4 II. M time ,, 2 : 3 4 1 j FoRatnild oathartlc and etllclent tonic, use Baxter's Mandrake Bltters. Every bottle warranted. It ISGuOD Wokk to (Iivk IIk. ai.th. The only remedy for blood disorders one that will exp.d the gerius of dlsease and uiake the blood pure and rich. That is best ef fected by Dr. David Kunnedy's Favorite Remedy ol Rondout, N. V , a tue.ik'lne of great value in the treatuicut of all blood disorders and diseasen of the khiuejTS. It tones tlie system aml belpS to dOgOOd work. LlVKRY-STAIILK keepcis slioiihl always keep Arnlca and Oil Llniuientin the stable. NOtuing like it for horses. Sam.ow aml leaden-hued complexions BOOU give place to the loveliest pink-aud-white, when the use of Ayer's Satsaparilla Is perslsted in, and cosmetlos entirely ahan doned. Notbing can oounterfelt tiie rosy glow of perfe. t healtli which hlesses those who use this meiliclne. Thk liot sKKKKi'KH's Friknd. " Afrlend in need is a friend indeed," and such afriend you will always And in Sulphur BitterS. They cured me of dyspepsia when I had glven up life in despair aud was almost at death's door. They are a true friend of the sii k. .!.. R, CVarue, Hartford, Conn. AiTKit tryiug many retnedles for catarrh duriug the past twelve years, I trled Ely's Cream Balm with coinplete snccess. It is over one year llnce I stopped using it, and I have had no return of catarrh. I recom niend it to all iny friends. Milton T. Palm, tUadtng, PenM. A oood-lookixo face we like to see. Yet erysipelas dieflgures the features and the disease is as dangerous as it is repulsive. It is Bometitnea called "St. Antbony's Fire," and often ends in sudden deatb. S. B. Car penter, Qrandvllle, N. Y., had it in both leg.H, and was cured by Dr. David Ken nedy's Favorite Remedy of Rondout, N. Y. This medicine excels all others for the blood. When Hal.y was slck, we gavfl lier I'astorla. When she was A C'hilil, slie crle.t for Castorln When itifl beoame UUi, iiie cluni? to OMtorta. Wlien he had OhUdreDi slie Kave them Castorla. ALOMB on thk I'kairik. Tbe day was in that transitory state wben twlllght Itngers in the lup of day and darkness Itruggles for the asceudanoy. The miu bnng in a grcat rcd liall of lurld tlaine betwixt heaven and earth; there was a feeling of profouud qulet which seemed to eettle on all tiiings animuto aud inanimate. The birds, the insects, the very trees and sprouting plants were for the moment hiishcd as if iu ex- peotanoy of some unforeeeen, some inex- plioable Something which seemed to ner vade the very atuiosphere. A bull-frog gurgled softly BS he fell back into the iimpld water. Suddeuly, over the brow of a dhitant blll, there appeared a solltary man, seated astride a great bay horse. He east one lotig, sweeping glanoo around liiiu, aud then went back over the brow of the hill agaln. And thatsamenight over seven bnndred people were turued away, unable to gain admleelon to tbe opera-house where " She Couldn't Many Three" was being played to the most delightcd audienoe of the season. Jbbertisemtats. Is be your friend? Is the family dootor your friend'.' How many ui necessury vis its does he make you? How many days does he keep you aick that you oiight to be at your work, and, so dolng, how many nard-earned dollurs does he extort from you. Wonld it not be bet.ter for you to place your trust iu Sulphur Bltters? Try them, they will be a true friend, saviug you a long sioknees and a large hill, Whlob you have hltherto pald to some avarlolous dootor. Editor State Journul, WITH Kioatm aud slglie, aud dizzied eye-t, lle tii'ckn tlie eouofi and down he Utitj NStUM aud fldatnfH hl liiui rUe, Hrow-nioRinii paius aHsaii blm. BJok l.eada.-he: llllt ere loliK DOOMI eiise, llii. Ht.iuiaeli nettlen into peace, itliiu liln liead the tlirohlilnu-tt eeaie I'l.-r.'e PeUetl never fall l.lm ! Nor will they fail anyoue in such a dire predlcameut. To tbe dyepeptio, the biltous, and the ounstipated, they are alike "a trlend in need aud a friend indeed." Chamberlaln'g Ee uud skin uiutuient. A certain cure for obronio sorti eyes, tet ter, salt-rheutu, scald head. old chronic SOres, fever sores, eczema, itch, prairie SOratcbes, sore nippleH and plles. It is cool Ing aud sOOtblng. Hundreds of cascs have been cured by it after all other treatmeut had failed. it is put up in twenty-tlve and ftfty ceut boxes. For sale by C. Blakely. For Over Fifty Years. An Old and Wbll-Triku Ubmkdv. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over tifty years by inillious of lnothers for their children while teething, with perfect succeHS. Itsoothes the child, softens the gums, allays all paiu, cures wiml collc, and is the best remedy for diarrlnea. 1h pleasant to the taste. Sold hy druggists iu every part of the world. Twenty-tivo cents u bottle, Its value is in oaloulable, Be sure and ask for Mrs. Win slow's Soothing Syrup, and take uo other kiud. A Modest, iMUltlVg Woinau often shrinks from consulting a physician about functlonal dcrangeineut, aud prefers to Hiitler iu nileuce. This inay he a mis takeu feeling, but it Is one which 1h largely prevaieut. To all Hiich woineu we would say that oue of thu most kilfitl physlolaus of the day, who has had a vasl experieuce iu curiug diseases peculiar to women, has prepared a remedy which is of inestiinable ai.l to them. We refer to Dr. l'ierce's Fa vorite l'rescriptiou. This is the only rem edy for woman's peculiar weakuenses aud ailments, sold hy ilruggists, under a post tive guarantee from tlie mauufacturers, that it will glve satisfaction iu every case or mouey refnuded. See guarantee piintcd on bottle-wrapper. In Montpelier, Nept. I, bf Itev. (I. W. OallHKher. Italih OWlaM of llHlre lo Mary llownrd of Troy, In Montpelier. H. pt. 7, liy Itev. t. Kdward Wrlidit, OhsrlM Wlllll to May f. I.awrenee, liotli of Mont pelier. Iu Moretown, .Sept. !, bf Kev. S. II. W lieeler. Ilan lel .1. Ilayilen of lloltou to JOSIt M. Ihmelton of ONtOWB. In Mnntiwller, Sept. 3 at Trlnlty parlorn, liy Rev. .1. (l. Slierfiiirne. .Iimtln I. Ntone to Mm. llHttle A rike, both of cabot Iu Montpelier. ABf, II. l.y Uev. tl. W. (laltaiilier. .lalnes M. fllaaptt of Wllllatiiatown to Nellio Walker of Al.erdeen, Scotiand. In Harre. Sept. I. at tlie realdeuee of tlie lirldc, by Kev. .1, A. Sberbnrn, Klbert t'. ItrlKKa to Mra. Suale M. Vnrk, both of Itarre. In Chelaea, Sept. ti, at tlie realdeuee of tlie brlde'a parentt, Mr. and Mra. M. V. II. paVii, bf Uev. II. K. lloward, fleorne K. Staey of Veralllre to I.aura II. Ilavla of C'helaea. In Waltallelil. Aiik. l'l. t tlie realdeneo of tlie le t latlier, l.y Ite. I s. I iake. U I-1...1 Mar Ihlll Itllkei. pnator nf tbe lluptlat eb lireli In Wliee ",!.", . 111 Hdelia, lecoinf daniiliter of Captain O. v. W Ibler. In ( ly.le, (Iblo, .luly 3ll, Sallle Stoeker, wife of Kllal 1'ope, MI. Iu Montpelier, Sent. 2, Kt tbe reablenee of her aon iii-iaw, John Boweu, Maney, wife ..r the late John Lenoxof Brun, 74. lniriui! hot long llmetsof tbree yeara abe bnre her atilferinKa wltli the moat patleut Htid uueoHiplaluliiK fortltude. BLANCHARD OPERA - HOUSE Wednesday, Sept. 9,1891. roORTH skason or DENMAN THOMPSON Awn OEORGE W. RYER'S PLAY, THE TWO SISTERS t nder tbe MaiiHKement of tbS Authora. Assuring a Good Entertainment, Made Up of Odd Ctiaracters. WIT, HUMOR, SONG AND STORY Tbat wiii nake you THINK, LAUCH AND CRY. Always Something New! Reserved Seat Salo at D. F. Long's. Prlcea T5i iO antl .'15 Contf. ftbcrtisemcnts. SCRATCHED 28 YEARS A Sraly, ItOhing, Skin Disease wltli Kndiess Buflisring Cured iy Ciitiourii Kemedles. If I bad known of tbe CUTIOORA RllfSplBS twentv eltrlit yeara ao. It would have aaveil me ; pjl'll.lill and an ImmeniC alnount of aulferliiK. Mv dlaeaae (paoriaala) eoinlneueed ou iny ileail in ii apot not hiruer tban a eent. It apread rnpldlv all over tny body aml K"t under my nulla. Tbe acalea wonld drop olf me all the time, i and tny aufferinit waa endleaa aud wtllo.ut rehef. tlnetboli. y uuiiars wouui nnt teni(t : fV me I" have tlila dlaeaae over I V" Kaln. I Hin a poor man. but , . feel rieb tn be relii ved of wbat leproay, aulne rlnKwnrm, ao- -gf 1 ' 1 ' aunor prRlle A A ' ri'Vi:. llKMKhics io., -.' nni. n. i ney nave made mv 1L Arfi M 8KI 1 i,B ,,,,r 'd free from EifiBv sealea aa a baby'a. All I u-.-.l of tbem was ?:wortli. Ifyou had been here and auld you woulil have cured me for P3I ".i M. yoo would have bad tiie mouey. I iooked ,, c , ,,, iu,, . ,,,p.- , . I ttl J ,1.11 OOOK. MM W to C'ure Skin IMseasea," bnt now 1 am aaelearaa anv peraon ever was. Throngn foree of hkblt 1 ruli luy iiands over my arlns aml le:a to aerntrh ouee fn a whiie. but to uo purpoae. I am all well. 1 I aeratehed tweuty-eiifiil veara. and it fOt to be ii 1 kiml of aeeoml natare to me. I liiank you a thou aaml ttmss. I'KNMS DOWICING, Waterbury, Vt O. L. HOYT, Attorney at Law, Plainfield, Vt. Cuticura Resolvent The nt-vv BlQOd Md Skin Puiif! I.- ui-f llit- i. I nt ;ll iinimriti intiTimlly i to i llll lnilsnlioiia elementt), hik) CirrtouRA. the gMt 8Wn cnro, ind Uutiovra BOAP.An ezquUtti skin Buuttflor, ex- I terimlly (to rtnr the skin Hinl scalp. and rentnre the ( hair). iiHtantly relieve aixl ttpeedlly cure every pootei nf Itonlng, barnlnR. icaly, cruated, pltnplr, siit iilniiH. aie.1 herrthtarv flitpitiettej ninl liinin.ru t 1 the Un.soalp antl bloodiWltb i'f-t tf hilr( from infanry fo itKe, from plmplen to scrofula. SoM everywliere. I'rlee, CUTlctHA SOOJ BOAP. xpoi HKHiiLVKM, fi. i-iepa ed iy tin- I'ih i KK , DttCQ AND (IIKMICAL COSPOBATlOir, IfoHtol). C5TSentl fof "How to Ture Skin Diseases," h4 paues. Vi lllustrHtioim and Inn testiinonials. II IfPLBS, bfaickhsadi. red. X 1 JJX and (dly skin OUTed by CCTICVRA BOAP. roughi cbftpped ACHING SIDES AND BACK Hip. kidney, and uterhie poini and weakneisei rellored In iino niinute by tlie ( iiticuru Anti I'nin l'l:i-tt i . the lirst and nnly pain kiiliiik' plaster. tTKrilKN J. GUPTIL'fl KSTATK. 0 cummxbsioNeks' -VOTU E ThO tindernifcjned. havinjj UMD appointed hy the rnhle I'rohate Conrt fnr llu' I)lsirlrt of VHnh- liiKtcm , oinini.-ti..n.TH t-. ret'idvr. xainiiie and ad Junt Hllelaluis and dt-inands t.f :ll pTKons aKatinii the estate of Stephen .1. (iuptli, late of Wnterimry in ftahl lilatrU't, - i , and all rlaims exhlldtetl in oiTiet thereto. lierehy gl notlOO tiiat we will niHet for thepnrposes aforotnJd at the dwolllnchoat of Walter Qttbtll ln Ujd WStetbunr on the -'HWi day of Septeinlier and MtD dnv of .lannary next, from one o'ch.ck p. M. untll lour o'cloek p. m.. earli of MUd days. and that six mouths frot the Iet day of Autfust. a. I. lOBlj is the timo limited hy sald Court for sald rreditors to present vhelr clalms to us for examination and allowanre. I.at.-d at nMerburr, this Itli day of Snptemher, A. .VvW HARVEY .1. (iKAVKS, t ""iinlssloners. LONZO c;. M V I' K.VY'S KSTATE. 1 STATE Ol VERMONT, VYalhtturton DUtrlet.Ms In I'rohate Court, held at Montpelier. Iu sahl iJhle trlct.oii the Mth day of Septemher, A.I. Isd ; Krank N. Bmlthj Admtnistrator of the estate of Alonzo (i. Murray. late ot aterhury , in Mtd Dlstrict, deceased, ptMODtl his adnilnlstration ftCCOUnt for ex amtnatloii and allnwance, aud makeii upplh-ation : r a dforo of dlstrlbttilon Md pArtitlOll of theestateuf said deceased. Whereupfui. it n ordered hy sald Court that sald MCOttlkt and - i -i applieatlon he re ft-rri tl to a session thereof, to be held at the I'rohate 1 ifflee. ln said Montpelier. o the .'oth day of Boptottt her. A. I). I8B1, for heartiu aud de-lsloti thereon: Aud. it Is furthiT ordered, that Uotloe hereof be Kven to all persons Interested. l.y puhlleation of the same three weeks sueeess'.vely iu the Vermont iyitctnan t Sftite Juurimf, a newspaper piiblUhed at Mout pelh'r, prevlous to said time appointed for hearititf. that they may appear at sald time and plare. and shovv eaiiHe, it anv thev may have. why sald ftOOOUIIt should uot he alloweu ami IQCD deeree made By the Court. Attust, IIlltAM CAULKTON. JmUfe. 7INKTTB BT.OLAIR'fl ESTATK, V STATKol- VKKMUNT, WashintK'ton Histrtrt. . In 1'ndiate Court, held at Montpelier, tn s.ini IMs trlrt, on the th dav -f Septemher. A. I. 18id : C. W. H. Dwlnelf. Exeoutor of the last Will and Testainent of Flnette St. Clalr. late uf Marshfield, lu sald Distriet, deeeased. presents his adminlstratiou aceouut Tor examkuatiou at.d rUowaooo, and inakes applieation fnr a deeree of dl-.till.uthm tad part i tion of the estate of MUd! dOOOMed W hereupon, It is ordered hv isid Court that said ftCCOUnt and sahl applieation he referred to a session thereof, to he held at the I'rohate Offlce, iu Ukld Uoilt peller, ou the jjth day of Septemher. A. D. for hearin' nnd deeision thereon : Aud. it Is further ordered, that notlee hereof he nlven tn all per-nms In terested hy pubUcstion of the same th . ee w eek eesslveiy in the Vermont Watchma & State Jqnmed a newspaper nuhlished at Montpelier, previous to sald time anpnfnteil for hearinx, that thev may ap pear at said time and plaee, aud Bhow eause.it any they may have, why said aeeotint ttioaid not he al lowed, and sm h deeree made. Dy the Court.- Attest MN MIKAM CAHLKTtN..Iu1Ue. TWENTY-FIVE-CENT FLANNEL, ALL WOOL, WEBSTER'S Also better qualities, 39 cents and 48 cents. Fine assortment of 48-cent Sniting's, both plain and fancy styles. Look at our bargains in gentlemen's and boys' Pant Cloths. Now is the time to buy. Forget not our bargains in Crockery, Glassware, China and Lanips. C. Webster dtb Co. Whaf is Cwitorla is Dr. Bamuel Pltcher's presurlption i'or Infauts aud Cbildrcu. It coutaius uoithcr Ollam Morihiiio nor otbcr Narcotic substance. It is a liurmless substituto for Paregorio, Irops, Sootbin;; Sj rups, and Civstor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guaranteo is tbirty years' uso by Millious of Motbers. Castoria destroys AVorius and allays fevorisbnoss. Citstoria preveuta vomlting Sour Curd, cures Diarrbwa aud Wlnd Colic. Castoria rolieves teetblng troubles, cures COUlttpatlon and llatuleucy. Castoria nssimilates tbo food, regulates tbo stoniach and bowels, givins; bealtby and natural slcep. Cas toria is tbo Cbildreu's Panaeea t!io Motber's Frieud. Castoria. "Castxirlfi Is an I'xcelleut nieillclne for oliil dren. Mutht-n liavo roptutdly tuld mo ol Us 500J eSixt upon tlieir cUildren." Dh. O. C. Osqood, Lowrll, Mass. " Castoria Is tho bebt remedy for children of which I H.111 acquaintwi. I hopp thu duy is not rardistaut wbwmoUwn wiUoMti lertbs reel Interest of their children, and use Castoria In jtead of tlie vuriousqnack uostruins which are destroyiuK their loved ones, by forclngopiuiii, morphine, Boothlng symp and other Imrtful agenU dowa their throats, thereliy Beudl if them to premature graves." Db. J. F. Kinchblok, Couway, Ark. Castoria. 11 Castoria is so well adnpted toclilldren that I reoommend it as superiortoauy prescripUou biiowu to jue.1 H. A, Arcrbr, M T , 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyu, N. Y. " Our physielans lu the children's depart ment have. spoken highly of their experi euce in their outside pructlce vrlth Castoria, aud although we only have amoug our medieal suppllea what is known as regular products, yet we are free to coufess thct the merits of Castoria has won us U look with favor upon It." United IIospmL and Dispeneury. Boston, Mass. Aulen C. SmTn, Prtt., Tho Centanr Company, TT Murray Street, New York Clty.