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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUKNAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1891. Cnrrcnt yitcniturc. Octiibrr Mnifa.lnos. THE LADIBS' Homk .Toiunai, has a contrarf Wtth I'alnier Cox by which Ihe lattcr's Bmiigini; little " Brownies," which lio has made so marvc'ously suc cessful in 8t, Niclwltts anil In his books, will hereafter belong exclutively tn tho Journal, Mr. Cox's contract bcgins wilb the October number, for which be hasdrawn thc flrnt of an cntircly new series of atlventurcs of his " funniest little mcn in the world." Mrs. Ilcnry Ward Beechet's personal mctuoirs of her bucband, nnder the title of " Mr. Beecher as I Knew Ilim,'' ulso begins in thil nuiuber. Demorkst's Fami t,Y Ma;a.ine is notable on aucount of the exhaustive article on " IIow and Whal to Fecd the Babv." The article is by a successftll physician, and evcry mother ihoulf) read it. And thll is only ono of the niany attractions of thc October num ber of this comprchenaive faraily niima zine, wliich is brlght with cbarisiDg Btories, including ono by Ella Wheeler Wilooz; " In the Woman'a Ward of au Insane Asyluni " tells a pathelin tale; the article on " Sloyd " Hinstruct ive and enterUiolDg; and there arc otber Bplendld articles, and nearly two buodred line llluatrations, singlecopies of the niagnzine are twenty ceuts. LlPPINOOTT'8 MAGAZtNB contains a thougbtful papcr on "Healthy Ilero lnes"by Julien Gordon. The dover aulhor embodlei in the article a ntitn ber of rootlble and valnable dircctions to womcn for the prcscrvalion of health. The "PuohesB,'' author of " Molly Bawn," "Phyllis," " Airy Fairy Lil lian," and a host of othcr popular storics, contrihntex the complete novel. The story is cailod " Lady l'atty," and it is brtffht and breczy and witli plenty of go in it, and comparea favorably with the other popular novela of this widely read aulhor. Among ollier articles may be mentioned an tmp rtant paper by William Agnew I'aton, upon "The Lost ' Landfali' of Colutnbus," and a briliiant short story, "The Bells of San Gabrlel," contiihuted by Gcrtrude Franklin Atherton. THK Atlantic Montiily has threc contributious to which the reader will at once turu. First to Oliver Wendell Holraes' tributc to James Itussell Lowell, a poem toucbing alike for tbe public sentiraent of grief that it ex presscs as well as for the personal note of sorrow at the loss of a friend and fellow-poet. The next article, Ilenry Stone's account of General Thomas, will be of great interest to thc ruany people wbo liked and the fcw wbo did not like, the much talked-about paper ou General Sherman by John C. Hupes. The third contribution which will com mand attentlon is the paper by Colonel Thornas Wentworth Iliarginson, on "Etnily Dickinson's Letters." " Mr. Ilowell'a Literary Creed " furuishcs the subject of a closing paper full of that clever ciiticism in which tbe Atlantic excels. The New England Magazine is a Lowell number. Kdward Kverett Ilale has a paper with bim as its subject, and Kdwin I). Mead writes on Lowell's Pioneer magazine. There is also a poetn on Lowell by Sarah K. Bolton. A line portrait of Lowell in his study, taken a little while before his death, is the frOQtiipieoe Of the number. Henry S. Xourse contributes an interesting article on "Thc 1'ublic Libraries of Massachusetts," containing many Qne pictures. There are two striking poems in the number " When Thou Art Far From Me," by Pbillp Bourke MarstoD, the bliod Knglish poet wbo died a few years ago, aDd " The I;ndercurrent," by C. IL Crandall. Kthel Partou writes about Newburyport, an old his toric town in Massachusetts, and the headijuarters of American privateers duriug the revolutiouary war. Scribner's Magazine is led by the fourth article in the series on " Great Streeta of the World." W. W. Story, the eminuut American sculptor and writer, who has Hpeut the most of his life iu thatcity, writes of "The Corso of Rome," recalliug its tuedin'val glorles, and givioa many personal reminis ceuccs of his BOjoum there. The lic tion of this issue iucludes a loug and amuslng instalment of " The Wrecker," by Hobert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourne; a detective story, " Captain Black," by Charles E. Carryl, and a tale of the classic days of Greece and Rome by )r. Ernst Schottky, a Gerroan reaident of New York, wbo originally Wrote this tale in his mother tongue. A paper on " Carlyle's Politica " as re vealed in his essayi with poems and the "PolDt of View " conipletes a Btrong number. The Akkna's frontiiplece la a por trait of Jaues Ruuell Lowell, and Dr, Geurne Siewuit, D. C. L., coutribules an interesting critical sketch on Lowell and his woik, this betug the aeoond pa per tbe A reixi has given of its scrics on America's great poels. The other illuitrated paier in this issue is by Hamlin Garland, and deala with the life and work of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Heroe. In this papcr, Mr. (iarland diacuasei at lengtb Mr. Herne'i realis tic toolal drama. " Maruaret Fleming." Otber Important oontrlbutloni are by Henry Wood, who writes on "Heallng Through tbe Mlndj" Tbeodore stan ton on " Some Weak Spotl in thc Prencb Republlc;" Moncure D. Con way on " Madamc Hlavatsky at A1 yar;" Tbaddeui B. Wakeman on " Emancl atlonTbrougb Kationaliim;" II. C. Bradtby on " Leaderleu Mobi," and Charles H. l'attee on " Kecollec tions of Old Play-Bllll." The story of the month ia wiitteu by Will Alleu Drotngoole and dcais with the couvict lease lyaten in Teunesaec. The Popular Bciekoe Mokthlt has the lirst of a (;ries of " Li-s-ntis from the Census " by llon. Carroll I. Wrlght, I'nited States cotnmissioner of labor. I'ndcr the title " Metamorpboiei in Kducation," Professor A. K. Dol bear traces the neceaaary connection betweeu the new character which hu man life has taken on and the riscof s i- entiiic edueatlon, Profeiior G, T. w. 1'atrick discusaes " Tlie Hivalry of tlie Higber Senaes," and shows that man 1 1 beoomlng less " car-minded " and inore and niore " eye-minded." In " Exercise for Elderly I'eople," Dr. Fernand Lagrange tells what sort of ex- erlion shculd be chosen and what avoidcd by persons who havo pasBed their prime. " Life on an Ostrich Farra " is drscrlbed in a very brigbt and inslructive way, with several help ful pictures. The second paper of Pro fessor Frcderick Stan's notable serics on " Dress and Adornmcnt " is in this number. It deals with the origin and many ofthe varietiea of dress, and is fully illustrated. The North American Revibw containa a dltCUItton of the qucstion of rain-making, tbe wiitcrs being CJeneral Robert (t. Dyrcnfortb and I'rofessor Blmon Ncwcomb. B. 1'. Ilutchinpon, thc "Old Hutoh" of tho excbangc and the newspaper, writoa on " Speculation in Wheat." John F. Mines nsserls that " Drunkcnne.'-s is Curable." One of the moft intrresting articles of the number is that of Hichard Henry Stod dard on Jamea Rusaell Lowell. Vil liam Ilenry Ilurlbert writes with elo qucnce, lcarning, and acumcn rcganl ini " 1 ReelprocttV ' and Canada a seasonable subject in view of the im pending rcsumptiou of the negotiations between thc I'nilod States rn 1 tho Do- minlon, which were broken off unex- pcctcdlv last ipringi I'ndcr the ex ceediugly i-iugcstive title of "Straws," Colonel Ilenry Watterson, the well known edltor of the LouUvllle Courier Journal, contributes some incisive re fieotloni on the position of the demo- cratlc party in relatlon to the nomina tion for prcsidout ncxt year. What be says about ex-l'resident Oleveland and Governnr Hlll has spccial point and l)ungency. THE FORUM is rich in strong articles. Archdeacon Farrar writes " Au Eng lish Estimate of LTWell;" E Iward Atkinson on "The Raal Sleanlng of the Free-Coinage Azitation;" Hon. M. I). llarter, member of congress from Ohio, explains " A Pian for a Permanent Bank Systcm," by substi tuting good state, municipal and rail road bonds for government bonda a plan that deaervcs the attention of all Btudenta of (iuance. Certain other sub jects are always with us, such as mu nicipal mistjovernment, a rcruedy for which is presented by 1'residcnt Eliot, and prisou syatcm9, about which W. P. Andrews, for forty years clcrk of the crituiual court at Salem, Mass., writes to 8how that the " reformatory " sys tem of managcment has doublcd crime in Masaachusetta. Rcsidcs theae timely discussions there are thrce articles " out of the common " in the number a reviow of English writers of social versc, by the poet Swinburne; an ex plauation of thc cost and uscs of Eng lish royalty, by Ilenry Labouchere; and an explaaaiion of the extent and growlh and forms of gambling, by W. V. Curtia. The Cosmopolitax paid Made leine Letuaire for the illustrations of " Three Women of the Comedie Fran oaiie " ten times the amount paid for the article. Madame Lemiire is one of the most famous of French illustra tors. Araelie Rivea' striking story " Accordiug to St. John " is brought to a dramalic elose in this number. No othcr piece of current tiction by an American author has attracted so wide and so dcep attention as this tale of I'aris life, and thc concluding pages fully sustain the intcrest awak ened by the earlier chaptera. A new feature of the Cosmopolitan, and one which is original with that magazine, is thc publicatlon each month, in the form of foot notes, of a number of lit tle portraits with brief biographies of the writers of the various articles. Ilowcver widely read one may be, there is apt to be somclhing of informa tion lacking regardingthe vast number of writers whoappear in thc periodicals of thc prcsent day, so that thcse brief biographlea and small portraits are proving very satisfactory to the averagc reader. THE Ckntuiiy s opening article is the closing one of Mr. Kennan's aertes, and is entitled " My Last Days in Sibe ria." The promiBed article by Iliram S. Maxim, tbe inventor, on " Aerial Navigation " appeara in this number, aud conaiders particularly the uestion of the power required for aviatiou. Mr. Maxim dicusseB the phlloiophy of the subject and rclatcs the progress of his experimenta at Kent, England, which are illustratcd with drawings of the machine employed. Ho also adds a foreoast of the potiible future uses of the new mode of locomotion. There is also a critical essay by Edmund (iosse on Rudyard Kipliug, which is in the naturc of a review of his literary work in prose and verse. A portrait of Mr. Kipling is the frontispiece of the number. In flction, there are thrce short itoriei in addltion to the conclu ilon of Dr. Edward Bggleaton'i uovel, "The Faith Doctor," namely, " An Escapade in Cordova," by F. Hopkin Ron Smitb, "The Story of a Story," by Brander MattheWs, with drawings by Bdwards, and a story entitled " Was lt au Excentlonal Caae?" by Miss Matt Crim, whloh, by the pureat accidcnt, bears in certaiu features of tbeme and plot a itrlklng reserablance to Mr. How ells' story, " Au Imperative Duty." OUR KIDNEYS. Geobge M I't i.i.MAX says that with his s.'ii 1.000,000 be is not a bit happier than when he hadn't a dollar to his name, and was obllged to work from dayllght to dark. Thoso who bave gone intO the mad rusb for wealth witli the luppoiltlon that when once at lained, it would be the panacea for all tbe ills that tlesh is lieir to, bave been BUrprlied to lind how empty the thlng is after it has eome wlthln their graip, and bave dolefully sighed for the days when conteniment without richcs was their8. Good LOOKS. Good looks are more than skin deep, depcnding upon a bealtby oondltlon of all the vltal or gans. If the liver be iuactivc you bave a bilious look, if your stomach be dis ordercd you have a dyspeptic look, and if your kidneys be affected you bave a pinchcd look. Secure good health and you will havo good looks. Electric Rit ters is tho great alterative and touic and acls direclly ou these vital orgaiiB. Cures pimples, blolches, boils and givei a good complexion. Sold at C. Rlake ly'a drug-Btore, Montpelier, Vt. Ftfty ceuts per bottle. Childhkn Cry for i'itcher's (Jastoria. CniLDnKN Cry for Pltober'l (-'astoria. All Oml'IiI to Ktiow These Faotli Onr kld n y s aol II ke thn ilraliiH Dfldef cltles, to OollfCt and cnrry away whhIr or poiaOH" ons matarlali from (he body. T li n n e r v n h Wbloh e o n t r o I thfltn often Ie Oomfl weak n ii- ad, Irrltated and iliseaseil, Tlien Sectlon of K dney. the fnnotlon is Imparfaotly perforniadi nriQ aold and other poisonmis tvbatanoei are retaliiiMt, rausinK paln and WMkflaH In liack, l :rli .'olurod aoretlon itii asdtment, oonatant dastre to void, liiMdurliC, coatc il tongiin, liail tasten, thirst, MltoaenaM! oonsMpation, oold feet, poor olronlation, extnme nervouineti and Waak and tlred feellngBi Ttus coadltloni are sipeolall dftnfrsrous, and muat te eured now nr ithtnninij khhtry Ulld lirar ilimnM wlfl surrhi fbllow, Take Drt repne'9 Xer- viira, wblofa not only parfeetly regulatet thn kidneys, Itver, stomacb and bowsls, tmt glvi's MtruiiKtli anil vitality to hloml and narvati Thia pnre, vagatabla, hafmlon reinedy is solil hy ilriiKKists, S1.00. The Kidneys in Position. " I liave liail oonslderable trouble for tlie last six years wtth my kidneys. At times I OOttld ilo no work. I uaed Dr. (ireene's Nervura. To my surprlse, ( gttw tne nreat relirf. I have used two bottles, anil I aiu now at work tu Bame as ever. " Hknkv DbOWM, "242 Obandlet St., Worcester, Mass." N. B. Dr. Greene, the suocessful speciallst in onring all forms of aervoua and cbronlc diseases, 'M Temple Place, BostOD, Mass., can bo consntted ftee, personally or by letter. Call or write bim about your case, or send for symptom blank to till out, and a letter liilly ezplatn- Ing your disease, givinjj advloe, eto., will be returned free Itbbcrttsemeitts. WANTED--U'Piil' everywhere to sell war nttitt'il mirsciv stonk on nuliiry. Addro.-ts for toniis, eto., W, I). CHA8E A 0OM Qeneva, N. v. KSMAN WANTBD Sitlary hih! ex Roohetteri N Y. DEAF NES8 a HEAD HOISES CURCDtn PeoiPi iirYisiBug tubuiar eab CIISHIOBS. WhlsMH iicard. Com forUI.I''. RaMncfiil h-r- -I' K-m-llM fnil. Soljh, T. MISCOX, PARKER'S HAIR BAL.SAM Clrari aui t autitiot tht hair. PromutM a hixuriaiit Nevor Fnils to Hcstorc Lir.iy Hair to its Ynuthful Color. Cuns aruip ili-n-f ft Iin;r tuk.ug. I'sf Pnrk,' Weak Lunl. I)i HINDLifCv...ijS Th. ' .... . rurr far r.rTH, t ii CO., N. V. ROOIi;rTft WAVTEO for EHiiaDAYLIGHT or I.IIJH 'SANH BHADOWH OF EW VOKK UFFi A ChrtttlMI wninuti a narrulivc f MiaUn work dont " In Ui.4 Knnit in ti'HL'h plaett, n'veutinn tlu " innerlf'r ' of tlie uti' f' r- wo biut New Vor" mmmbna wonutn. II acteribe Ootpel wn'k in tlu- lutnH. nnd ptvt a a foiituti ilctrctivc j; n veiiracx ttcrincei. li Mr-. Uvhm Cnwpbull, I'ol. TlitM. V. kiiavi nnd lnnc'tor 'I'lio-. HyriUHi 'CTwo the JK '. u ,-tin " : With tf."0 cnirrnvi 1 1 iii Huaii liglif ii)iot..rui)t! ot M-ilii' ii hiri'-t AVit i'nri i l ttinl . .VfA. I'nrn iiix tnmt, tull of Irnra anil t-milfB, it U nn nlly of Tliienun'r, a viniM to the powi-r ot M QofJN I. OOok 'rrvi ri htw. IfinUttfl a'- " 0m t"'r't ' K'nint nt wonifn (.-nilnre It. tuf"',oto Agenti Wantedi ivn uml Uhiiivm. a,r't'-ii a muntk mtute, utj- IkUtittirt' l no hhi(lruiic. for wt I'uy Maht$ uid tvt Rxtra Ti rmn. Wntt IbrwreuMrt to V. 1 ' UMKllllM.ltiN A CO., Uw.rUuriJ, 4 ,,... JAPANESi? SOAP. X fM TapaneseI PATSEPTl8"77j SOAP. J j Mtricily Pnrr. I t v. Hoi rjinndry. Ilau r loilt i. VVlll n t Y' Ww "'F1 "l iw clouiwi li Hn;iii-t nr.uU' ninftily " rui 'ontiiitii no tithf (Uaiermntf gremwi i'lramkm Soap Maik. rOHttTvlf nr" or prvveiiU ctapfNHl uiuuh. i mRiiufcinre Mlto ili' nmin htrii white miaalan. (lolden ttul huaps ull ittantiurd blMMMOI Ulll DUUltM. SuM ly ii 11 prorcr, Mannfii',lnrpl OtU b FISlv Hl0 CO., Sprhiullt Ul, Miist GEER'S COMMKKUAL S HOOL. rRKKT, HiTUNOFIKLD, MA88. f I N Begtui Iti ThirtiM ntii Aninoti Bniloii ThurttteTi Ootobdl I IWl. ftmh'iitn 1'iittT nt Hnytlnu; t itrli Indtpndn1 on nii st ( Honks. only ituniioii tonool in Nfw rSnguino oi Uwnft. wqmc rrin Olpftl uinl . - ii rt' rif( uitizMl fxnert Ar- OOUUtUlil "v I'ourtit, (orjiornt Iihih hihI HnHincHi mn, Mr. ii cr Im tlu- Hiith-.r nt it TnHlU nn Itook krcpin ooiuilmrtrl " Ttafl ltua.rd"by uii xinrt Ari-oniit . . ' i . . , rniirn'h In ItuuK KKKP- lN(i. HIIOKT HANlJ nd tyi i: u RITINU. Puplli thoiouk'hl) iiiutU)i'i for ti,t-tii'Hl liuitlhi'HH. St-inl for Ctroulirt. QKO. p. OKKR. Priiioifax. MY MOTHER KNOWS III how to pollsh her stove wlthoutcoverlna heraelf and every thtng else with dlrt. She always uses ENAMELINE. .,1 PnM a paste, oannot splll llke a ITqurd, will not burn makes no dust, no smell, ulves a Jet black Rloss, and Is eaully applled. Your dealer keeps It try one box, 5 and IO ots.. or send 2 cts. for sample to J. L PHE8C0TT & CO., No. Berwlok, M. King of Medicines Srrofulous Jlinnor .t Curc " Alniont Ml racutitf.'' " WIipii I was 11 yoars of auo I h.nl n sovero Bttnrk if rhpum.itlsin, nml aftor I rccovcrctl li.nl to po on trntebtai A yoar bitrr.srrofnla, In tho form of tthltt BwellliiKS, appeartd on various partlOi iny boily, anil for II years I was nn Invalld, belng eonflnad to my bad years. In that tllUQ ten or elnvon sorcs ap pearcil and hroke, OBOSlng mo Rreat DalO nnd suffcrlnR. I (aaMd I never ibOUld Ret well. " Early In l&SG I wenl to CMeAfO to vlslt n Blster, tmt was OOnSnad to my bed most of tho tlmo I was Ulore, In July I read a book, ' A Day with aClrcus,' In Wblftb wcro statements of curos by Ilood'sSarsaparllla. I was so Im pfltNd with the success of this modteino that I decliled to try It. To my Rreat Kratlfli-atlon ttio sores soon dccrcased, and I bcgan to fccl brtter nnd Ia a short thnn I was up and outof doors. I rontlniied to tako Hood'sSar aparUla for abOUt a yoar, when, havltiK usedj slx bottles, I had becona so fully rplcascd from tho disease that I went to work for tlie FUnt & WaHlOg Utg, Co., and slnco theu 1IAVR NOT LOST A BINULB DAT I on nccount of sickness. I bellevoho dlscaso Is cxpclledfromniysystem, 1 always feel well,' am In good splrits and havo a good appetltc. I an now 27 years of ago and can walk as well ns nny one, excopt that ono Ilmb Is a llttlo sborter than tho other, OWlng to tho loss of bone, and tho sorcs fornicily on my rlKht leg. To my frlcnds my recovcry seems almost miraculous, and 1 thlnk Hood'l Karsaparilla is the klng of medletneB." William A. LlBB, 0 N. Kallroad St., Kendallvillo, Ind. Hood's Sarsaparilla i Bolilhy&lldruRRisti. f 1 ; lx forjH. r ropnrod only by C. I. HOOD CO., Apothecarlos, Lowoll, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar HltsttUartj). njs vecetable Bk. i- 1 rJWM IS INVALUABLE FOR oughs allLang, V2J Troubles. 35c. and $1 at all Druggists. . MORGAN &SONS, Prop's, , PKUVIUE.NCE, li. I. DOWNS' ELIXIR N. H. DOWNS' VF.QETABLE BALSAMIO ELIXIR Has Btood tbe test for fifty-nine jj ycarn and has proved (ltself the best romedy known for thecureot Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, and all Lung Diseases in young or old. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Prieo, 60c., $1.00 per bottlc UZ'.'ZT. t L3BB, Prays., BirliaEtoa.Vt DOWNS1 ELIXIR (L imc (L ables. Montpelier & Wells R. R. R. Taklnp Effect June 29, 1891. Leave Montpelier ;.' KYiV: li!' Arrtvo ut Wells Rtrer nt ,':-l't a. m.. 1:33 r. m! I T.POVP Wollo T? i mr 10:33 A. M., f.. ti :.SO p. m. ArriTfl ;ii nioncpuer Ht 13 :w P, ., ttoo V. :., H;f r. m. Lfiive Marithtleld at l:M a. m. Arrive jit Hontpallor at B:U a. m. TnUni h'avinr Uontpallef at : m a- M. and IfU I'. M inakf olotfl OOltlieutlotll at ells Kiver for all oints in Ilit hltfl Mountlllua, and for pnlnts north atnl south on the PMlUIUpllfl rallroad; also for Hostoii and all Intemiedlale noiutK. Monipelier tor Hnrre Traiii ainl S:48 !' pelier at :i : 1 V. M Ti'Htns leave imxI 4 (M) 1'. M, at I: P. Harru for -Minit- SnlMirhitii Trafii St'rvU'c. I.eave Moni ielUr at BlN A. M.jltN A M.. lOtlO A. Mi II l65 a. I :;t'i r. m.. 9:3& i. M.. ;QS v. m.. 7:kj P, MoDlOOp, w. Lltv ltrtrre at TtWA. K.t a. fcf., n;lti a.m ., 13:40 i'- M.. J:jn i. m ., IttO v. M..8:00 v. m. ",:W V. II, , 9ltU 1'. M . Trlul6Aving HontMllM at HtU A. M. OOWlMtl throuich to the Miiarries, ruktng trii ronnd tho moQunUn raturning Imvoi DarraAt 4:10, gniviiig ut Miiiiieher at i ;4o P. K W. a. BTOWBtL. Suptrin ttndtttt K. Wt HORSBi Gtntral Passtngtr A'jtnt. Central Vermont Railroad OonunBiielaa Bejit. 10, ismi. Jntnt Qotno South ""' Ko$t will mvi Mmit pflirv 09 fbU&yii : Bi 10 A. m. MAIL. foi ntcbburgi Boston, Bprini 12:4 P. M. KABT TKAIN, for Bolton tU Lo II Hlul New Ynrk ru Bprilf06ld, BllO 1". H. Mlxodfor Northfield aud RoxbttrT BlBfl I- M. PASSKNUER, tor While Klver Juiioilon. i ; lo A. M. BXPRBBS.tot i: , i I.owuli and all iiokiitM ln Nt'w I i ... h ., Truins QtlHQ Xnrth uml Hreat : SlSO A. U, BXPBKSB, for HoutrMl, Ogdmu .' illlll I I'-' WVHt. 0iB3 A.M. ACCOMMODATION, to st. All.aio llui liiiutnii aliit Hiitlauil. Troy unil Ni-w York. 0:15 A. M. HA8SKNOKK. tor llHrltiiKton, XI AtiiiuiH, i.i. i i.. i.i Routo'i I'otnt and Nt. .loiinn. .t:K r. M PABHENOKR, t"i Burlington, St AIIihiin. MOIltrOsli OKdeliHlnirK anil tlie WeHt. 1 : 1'. M. KAST EXPHK8B. I'iiIIiiihii BlMI tllk' I ar tn t'hli'aifo. Trunt U'H-f tmt BorrtBtlili,8i41 sod IOtWAii, III lllO.ltS.' uml 7 : )i !'. M. Trulim leave liir Wlll-tain-towii ill 10 1 06 A. H.Ufl St6J fi M. 'rtiruiiuh Oi-ketn to (Jhlosgo aud all iolutii West fi r ali- at tlie irlnellal atatloim. .1. W. HOBART. ilioieral Mananer. S. V. OUHHINOI lieueral I'ameuiftir Aitelit. M4NNI.V0 n i . m li m In rm4i bl Jlm It, Q in, I r , V .nt M "ik fbr ua. Kcatlrr, ynu iimi ii"t iiinkn n nnn It, Imt ut iin ifai li y.m tulckijr bow lOMItl tr-rn & lo tlu b day bi tin ttnrt, h int mon yu co nn. li mi MM, all n. In nny .. of Ainfrii'ii, JHMJ an nnmnfin at l. n rn hig all ronr Uaw,oi lutra nunMMtt ouij to IIib w..k All ItltVW. t-'iat i-ar WWftm t-vtry M'Tkcr. Wn alart you. funiUhhif trenriblnK. KABII.V, M'lHdl.V leamanT I'AUl It l l.Alth HtKK. AiMreaaat nc. snvo m (tl., niKil imi, MilMv. VERMONT MUTUAL. TbiannuBl niln oftlii mfiiiQori otthiVr- Im. ut Mutual Ftre limiiraiii'e Coliiialiy. for the elec tiim ir IHrootort. and tbe tntnxtotloii of .my other leKal liiiHliiem, wtll le hehl at IU otllee ou Weilueii (Ur. Ootobar U, 1001, at tw.. o'elpok f.u. Hy onler of tlie Dlnotorti JAME8 T. s ABIM, Surttary. Montpelier, VI., hentelnher I. Is-il. .latllPS Kussrll I.ohoII. Thou hnuhlat havo -hih: the u fnr tho ehntr That lllleil our RriiTen with tnunlr tlll th ilay l.lt the lant lilll-tnp with Bj reilileuliiK flre, Am) evenlliK llntenod to ttiy llnKerlnK lay. Hut thou Imat fOBBOl ttiy volre In NBlfllO afar Where Rtrainfl eelestlal hlenil tlielr notea with ttriaei Nome elouillenN iphero hencath a happier iitar WWWHBBI tlie hrlxlit wliiKeil OBMI we leilfBi IIow Nature n i ih ttiee In the ntlll retrent Where paflneit In peaci- thy love enctiauteil hOQTfl Where shall ihi Atld au eye llke thlne to itreet SpriiiK'a oarlioflt footprlnts on her optBln flow'm ! Have the pate waynhle weeiln no fond reitrot Knr hlm who readii tlie nei'retn they enfohl '.' Sliall the proHd npanirlen of the tleldn forxet Tlu- verse that lent new ittory to ttielr gohl ? Anil ye WhOM earola wooed hln Infant ear, Whoae i-hantn with annweriuK woodnotes he ro pald - Havo ye no onn his splrlt ntlll may hear, Krnin Hnwood'l vautts of overarchltiK shade? Frlends of his OtBttkRU hoiirs. wtio IbTOBged to teaeh Tlie deep. read seholar all your varled lore, Shall he DO lonirer seek your ahelves to reaeti The treaiure tnlsslnii from his world-wlde store T Thll slnirer whom we lonw havo held so doar Was Nnture's darlliiK. shapely, stronK aud fair; of keeuest wit, of JiulKtnent nrystat-etear, Kny of converso, courteouft, dehouair. Klt for Ihe loftlest or the lowllost lot, If potMjd, llnperlal, yet of sltuplest wuys; At hon, allke In oastlo or In eot: True to his alm, let others MfUM or prulse. Kri'Oitoln lio fOUHd au hllftOOM frOtD his slres; BOBgi lotters. stateeraft, shared htl years Iu turn; All went to feod the natlon's allar.tlres Whose noOffBlBg elilldren wreath his fuuoral urn. He loved New BoflMld-people. lanifuaite, soll. I'nweaued hy exlle troui herarld hreast. Karewcll awlille, wblte-haudeil sou of toil, Oo with her lirown-arroed lahorers to ttiy rest. I'eace to thy olumbsf In the forest shade! l'oet and patrlot. evory irlft was thlne; Ttiy naino shall llve whlle suuiuiers liloom atut fade, And Kratoful inenmry Ruard thy leafy shrlne. OHttr WtntUll Ifolmti, in Ailatitte Monthlv, Ethan Allen's Sword. The BWOrd which Ethan Allen carricil when he demanileil the surrender of Fort Ticonderoa " in the name of the great Jehovah anil the contineutal con oress " is hy gift and inheritatice the property of H. Allen Hopkin?, a resi deut of Jackson, Mich. The sword is an old-fanhioued blade, nicked and ven erable, twenty-seven inchea long aud elightly curvtd. The handle mensuree seven inches, rauking the total length of the weapon thii ty-four inchis. The handle is bone and horu. The niount iug is of silver, washed with gold, the latter being patlially worn off. A dog's head of silver forms the end of a han dle, and from this to the guard runs a silver chain. On one of the silver hands of the scabbard the name " Ethan Allen " is engraved in large lettere; on another band " E. Brasher, maker, New York," and on still another, in icript, "Martin Vooburg, 177o," Why this name appears no one knows. Upon the death of Ethan Allen the sword became the jiroperty of Captain Ilatinibal M. Allen, his son. This I Hopkino fumily ulao has tlie ui iltotl OommiaBioOB issued to Captain Allen one as " lirst lieutenanl in the regiment of aitilleryists," dated Miirch 14, 1806, sigued by Thi tnas Jeffeivon. After the death of her husband Mrs. Al'en made her borae with Ilannihal Allen Hop kins, her favorite nepbew and heir, un til her death in 1863. The sword of Ethan Allen then became tbe property of Ilannihal M. Alleu. He died in 1871, and left it to his widovv. Ou her death it became the property of II. Al len, her son, and is now in his poses siou, together with the commissions above referred lo. Detruit Tribunt, Maklng Taffy at Home Some excellent taffy may be made hy taking one quart of molasses, antl half a pound f buller, and boiling the two tiniil thc mass thickens. This will take about half an hour. Then atir with a spoon until, on taking out a little taffy. it becomei hard on immetsiou in cokl WBter. Take half ateaeup of vinegar, pour iuto the mass, and stir for half a miDUte. Then pour the talfy IntO hut tered tins, or dlshes, and set aeide to cool. LwUes' llome .lnurnal. Tlie ;reatest or All Oifls. There is no one gift to be COmpared w ith health. None realize this like Ihe Bufferer from sonte, chronie or long sttin ling disease. To such the gift of renewea health is prlcelcso. Aud yet it is witliin the reach of all such ouffer ers. The great tpecialitl in the cure of all forms of DerVOUI and chronie dis eases, Dr. Greene of .'14 Temple I'lace, BoBtOU, Mars., who has long Itood at the head of the profession, has decided to give coiistiltation and mlvice hert aftt r free. His medicines are all purely vegetable and barmlett, and his suc cess in curiur diseases is unequaled, His wonderful discovery for the nerve, Dr. (ireene's Nervura, i probably the ereatest medioal diicoveri of tbe age, Kemember, suffcrer, that you can wrlte bim a description of your case and he will relurn a oarefully-comidered letter, fully explaiuing your disease, givitig advice, eto., without obarge of any kind, Send for his syinptom blank lo lill out, aud follow bis advice if you wtint to be curcd. Stkanvjkk: l I underttand that the cily people wbo bave countiy rtsi deuces in this section are very popular with tbe rural neighbors?" Native: Vessiree. Durmlest fooll you ever see. Anybody kiu cbeat 'em." IftW York- Wtekly. GtJAKANTKED CUBK POB LA GRIFFK. We authorize our advertised druggist to sell you Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughi and Coldt, upon this oonditlon: If you are af fllOted with Ia grippe and will usc this remedy accordiug lo direclions, givitig it B fair trial, and experience no benelit , you may relurn tbe bottle and bave your money refunded. We make thia offet becuuse of the wonderful success of Dr. King's New Discovery duriug last seasou's epidemic. Have beard of no case iu which it failed. Try it. Trial holtles free at 0, Hlakely's drug store, Montpelier, Vt. Large sizes lifly ceute aud -' I . A I'arrot's Conceit. My aunt bad a parrot that had been taught to sing the lirst statiza of " There is a Happy Land," and Polly was very proud of her voice. One tlay a neigh bor brought i ver her ratiary to be kent while she was away from hcme. No sooner would tbe cnnary cotnmence slnging than I'olly would bristle her feathers and cry out: "You don't sing right! you don't tiog tlghtl Ilear Polly sing!" Then I'olly would executc ' There is a Happy Land " to the best of ber abllity, One evening my uncle, who is somewhat t'caf, was telling me that there was a concert in tbe town hall, and he should like to go, but did not tblnk be oould bear. Whcrcu)0n the partot shrieked: " I'olly'll sing! Polly'll make you bear!" The gtntle mau turned coui teotisly to hcr. "Thank you, I'olly! I'll stay at home and hear you!" he said. She danccd about her cagc in deligbt. " Beiullful I'olly! Polly can singi" she kept saying softly to hf rself with a pridt in her accom plllhmetlt that was anratlog to -ee. With Atrttkt . St&btrt'tscmcitts. Progrcss CooKery. "Th World Movoi." There is no better illus- tration of this old saying than the numerous schools now-a-days devoted to practical kitchen processes. These schools have been alert to find a reasonable substitute for Lard, the use of which is so generally condemned. This want has been fully met by COTTOLENE the new vegetable Lard: When science strikes the kitchen, it strikes home and everybody gets the benefit. Cottolene is a clean, deli cate and economical substi tute for Lard cleaner than the hog, delicate as the fin est vegetable oil, economi cal from its low price and small quantity required to be used. Prove it for your sclf by ; trial. At grocers everywhere. N. K. FAIR BANK A CO., k uio Mo.nwfo,iiirnr CHICAGO, and 5 Central Wharf, Boston. Jfmal lloticcs. t'BKNKZKB s Hl I.M- H KKTATE. A i.M VIshJ l;V NtiTICK Tbti undvrtiffiitttlt bAvtui bson ippoliitd iy tlie Honorablfl tromite oun for the iilttiiei of WmQ1 fngtoDi CoiniuUatoti)j'i to rooelvoi exAmliifl und jnst UtoljUmi Hviid doiutitidvui pervoui l.mh.- tlie ontut- of KlwiieSttl Hcribner. t Montnt'lier, in uJd Dli rict. riooiiMli Ho, iUioiAtnu exhlbitMl tn offtei Iboroto, herobi irive mitlce ihai wt ni meet for tlu1 piirpos.'.w .iton's;inl iit thf oiilce of Homer W. HoAtoti, iu Montuoller Hforofnldo on theXIadAy nf OOtOber Alid Hih dJ of Mnrrh ln-xt, froin ttnoolook a.m. ntitii our o'olook v h.. iMn oi -.nii dftfli AOd that itl moilthl flMI i tlu lth :,tv of Sfjitcniii. r. a. . iwli ii ihe tttni llmtted by uid Cort for n.ilil 4'rt'ilitori to pretent i heir rhuiiH to ut for ojtAtnlHAttoii uid Allom mice. Dmted at Montpelier, tldi 3d dn) of Beptombtfi A. U, IWIi HUnKn,HA MI. ' .. CH .KLES H.CAR1 l.ll. t ' .i.. .Wtil ORA8TU8 EDWARPS' BKTATE, M2j t'OMMISSIONEKS1 NOTICE. The iitnl re lunt'i), havinc tt--n anpointt'd lv the Honorable Probnte Court for tlu- Duxiiot of whIi tiurtou Uoininlitlouorti to roeolvo, etittnlne and HiijtiHt itii ouilnit ainl uonutndi ol uii ponooi MtfHinst tlu- fttatj of Bnutui Edwardt. mte nf iK-riin, In suhl Dlttneti dOCMMO, ainl hII claltns t'X- hibltod in otr,.t tlioretu, bereby uotleo that wtll meel for be iiurpMei KforeMiId, m the dwotlliiir houseol thttlnteKratfuii Kdwmrdaou the 17th diijrof November Minl 17th iiay nf MHrt'h. I -if.', from ten o'cloclcA M.uutll four ti'clot'k V M.teobof Mtddjtn, AUdthat ix inohtlih frotn thr Jlnt ilay ot S'ttember, A. D. IWtt li tiu- tltne llmtted hy -ain Court for uud oradltori t" preeeut tbetr ouUtni to in for eXAUUDA tinn ainl jillowaticc. Dated at Herlln. thia 2Mh day of Beptember. A. L. IVM. I I 1 I I tH 'IK ' M I l I . f . 6MI EKASTUH t . i AMP, i ' CotntnlMlonert' IAI I. IHLMMiHAM's E STATE. COll MlhHlUNKKH1 SOTICJL Tlu' utiderelinietli hnvlug ueeu Hppottited bjr the Houorable I'rooate ('tturtfor th- pfetrlol of wmd uiyto!) Commiuiouerai to recelve. euunl&e ind id jinst all clAtmi ai.ii demeudi of uit peraona UAlnet thf Mtete ot I'ani Dnlii.liain. i.ito oi Watorlnirv, in HHht Plitnot, ii tn d.aud nUclAlnii t-xhlhitni in offtet thereto, herebj p ve uotlce that w wu tneet for the purpotee aforetaid at the oAee of v. r. p11ltui(haiiii bi Mteruury, aforeeeldj on tlu 7th day ol November hi i Ihn diiy nf Jaou ary m-xt. froin uua u'plook t' M. until iOUT o'l-iofc-k r Mm each of aald dai( atid that ilx innnths from thc .'sili day ot AUKUat. A. D IWl, f m tlu tima limited by tuld Couri tor lald oredltorato preeenl tnetr otainia to ui tor Kanlnatluti and aiiowanre. iiatoi at Waterbury, tblt tnhday t beptenahey, BMI .1. W, MttODY.j 1 , i nininiitdioiterM. URA8T17N 1 HMIM I I KKTATK. JL BTATEOF VERMONT, Wathluirton IMatrtct, M. In I'ronitii' t'mirt. heldal Hontpelleritn anil for naitl DUtrtOt, on the IWb daj ot ttepteiuber, AD. IttfTi An Inttrumeutt iturporting to be the lant w ui ani TeatamiUl "t Eraatui B. lnell, late ol Marahfleldi tn mtid IHatrleti deeeaaed, h-in: preeented to the Court tor HrobAte; it li ordered byaaiitCouti timt it l i ..ii- i-oin - : io'i ' i . ii, In- not iili'il to a)ear 't aafaatonof uld Court ,to Ihj hehl at the I'rohat -fnve, in aaid Montpelier on the - (i day ol ietoneri a. i. LwUand howoauae. Ifani tbey awy bave.asainat the rrobate of bhIiI uiatTumept: iW wtueE iir pime tt im further ordered that notiee nf thu iirtler he ilililUliei tliree w eekn tn reilvely 111 the rmaofii Wat rhutati d Stat oema, Auewtpapei printeil at Montneller. in tnll Itate, prevtoui to naid time appotuted foi bearlUK. Ity ihe Court.- Atteet, HMI HlliAM CAKLETON. .imine. ntCNRV R. IUXIt'H K8TATK. h'l'A'l K Uv v&U Mus r, VVaihTntrton luntrlet.aa. ln Probate Court, beld al Sfontpeiier, In aud foi miUl Dutriet.on the thi day ol Bepteinber, A. i ih;m i An intttrnnieitt nurportlup to he the lajtt Wtll ainl i . -i of Heurj B. Ulxby, late of Moutpellert in Baii IHatrtel . deceaied. belug preaeuwd to the Couri tor Probatei it u ordered hy :-i Court that ali peraoui rouoerned thereln be notitted to ttppear itt a st'.-hii ot ahl Court, to he hehl at the rrobate niri-e. lu ald Montpelier, on the hth du ot October A, l- lieT. aiud in eatuei it anv they niav naTe.aAaluil ihe rrobate ol uUd wllli fir whlon burpoee it ii further or.i.-reii timt notloe of thu order be publlahed three weeki luceeaatvely tn the Vtrmoni Wmtckman ! Stnr? Jfin-ttL a iu wi-i aprr inlntefl at Moutpeller. In thi ntaie, (.levinua to sanl time ui nolutett tor hoarlliK Hy tlie i'ouri. Attel. bMM MlltAM CARLBTOjl, Judfi 1 A I H PRA I'T'N KMTATBi 1 9 H 1 A lE l KKMiiN I . Wualunntoii HtMtHet. a. ln 1'rohate t'onrt. hehl at Montpelier, in ainl for ahl WitrlCt.oii the l"ih d iv of Neptuiuher. A. I. IHHl : Ali liiMtruineiit purpOl Hiik' to bu tho lat Will antl i. if.. i.i of Davld 1'ratt, Ute nr Water bury, in iaid putrtet deoeaaedi belnii preaented to tne Court tor i'rhate: it li ordered by lald Uouii that all ieroim COnperned thereiu he notttled to ajijifar at a Heaslon 4)1 naht Court, tn he hehl Ht th I'rohate ortlee. lu mtht Moutpeller. nn the It.tli rlav of October, A. U. 1hm. hiuI nlmn eaiuu, if anv they may have, ualuit the pmhate ol ihl Itiitru inent: for vthirn purpoae it U further ordered thatnntleeof thia order he nuhlinhed three weeki luooewlTely ln the nrmttt WQtthmmn t tffoli hur ual, a iiewpapei printetl at Moutpeller. in thl tate, prevloua to - n.i time tippolnted fnr hearluK Iy the Court. Attet. NMiO 1I1KAM CABUCTOM, JndKO.