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VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1801.
in tfl lf OTery hoy nnrt very itlrl, ArtnliiK wlth tho aun Hhouhl plan thl. dny to do ntnne Tlie nood dved. lo bo done; Slioutd MattM Klnlles and klndljr wnrds, HtroiiK, liolpful bi&dl IbOUM lond, And tii ciu'li nthrr'. wnnt. nnd crleo Attonllve WM IhoaM Ipnd; If pvery iimii and wunian, too, Hhould Jntti tlirtu workpr. smatl, h what h flond oi h hj.iik' . -t'pon our earth would ftill ! How many hnmefl wuutd Riiltnj hc Whlch now tiro AUtd wlth ,'arel And Jnyoim, nmlHliK '" "' too, Would grcot Hl I'vcrywherc. I do bellpve tlie vpry Rim Wotlld nhlne nioro ,'lear aud UrlKlit . And evory llttlo twinklttiK tar Wonld Bhed i noftor h. M Hut wo, lustcad, BQtlil watch to ivv If other folks nro true, And tlutfl ncKlect 10 DSUOfa tlnit Ood I Intendi for 119 to dn. tloltlen Day.. Tlie Chlldren't Friend. Iu thc Oelobtr St. Xiclwlas, Rcsa Schmaltz ttlls uf a visit to llans Chris tinn Anderttn. She writes: Xear by, CVuuttss Sorr sat, btside tbe tal!, kind-faced i;entltman with whoni she liad been talkinp; at our en trance. Oucc, as I walched tbcm, it was evideiit tbat Ibey were talkiug about me, aud, oatching my cyo and eceiug my erubarra&sment, he Qodded pleasantly; aud wheu the usual toust to the "Blooruing Wreatb of Young La dies" was proposed, he le.med toward me and said, " Aud to the Little Huds also, my Fraulein.'' Deeply pleased aud flattered, 1 asked my ucglectful proftssor the name of my frfe ndly vis a vis. " That is Professor Audersen," he auswered, " the celebrated poet." "Iteall?" said I. "Ihave htard hla name so often. I nm sure Ilelen and Nclly would be delighted to have his autograph. So that is l'roftssor Ander sen!" My neighbor was convinced that I apprtxiated Andereen's celebrity, and, as the countess then rose, I hcard no more about him at that time. In the next room the company divi ded into various gronps. Some young ladies gathered arouud Andersen and begged him for his autograph for thcir albums. He was very amiable, and told them to send their books to him, as he would be three or four weeks at Sorran; and then, probably seeing from my eyts the deep interest I took in the scene, he came across the room and said, "Now, little oue,do you uot want me to write somethingiu our album?" 1 shook my head sadly, and said tim idly aud slowly, "No, I thank you." He" appeared greatly astonhhed", but also a little aniused, and said, u No? Why uot, then?" " Because I have no album; if you ouly could have asked me day before yesterday, I could have wished for one, for that was my birlhday." "Indeedl Then day before yesterday was your birlhday? You must allow me to congratulate you uow. Would you like tue to wiite you a congratula tion? Then on your next birthday (for you seem to be cerlaiu your wish will be aecumplished) you can put it iu your album, aud keep it in memory of a Iriend." He held out his liaud to me, and as I laid my trembling fiuger-tips in it, he coutinuud, "Do you know that I have the happiness to be the especial friend of children? Have I been yours too?" This puzzled me; I did not know what he meant by " have I beeu," but 1 nodded my head, aud said, ' It is very good of you to be my friend, for it is really quite lontly here atuong so niany trauee people," aud I went ou, " Heleu and Nelly admire you eo much, and now I will, too." "Now, ouly?" said Andersen, much amused. " Theu you did uot like tlie (airy talcs?" This remark puzzled me again, but I coucluded ihat he wished me to give him mv opiuion ou tbe Bubjeut of fairy tales so I replied decidedly, "Oj, I oanuot bear them! I want to know how it really looks in tlie world, and then " Here I pausud. and liurst out laughiuir, a hearly, merry laugli, at the remembrance of a cerlaiu sad aiteruoou j wheu I was a little girl. I was shocked i at myelt lmmtdiately, and faucying that I'rofe-tsor Audersou would cou sider me only a foolish school girl, I hastened lo a ld iu juslilicatiou, "I will tell you why I bate fairy tales. Maoy, maDV years ago " "Tbere lived a quteu," intcrrupted Andersotii " Xo, no, professor, I was it myself. ALiuy yean ago 1 was reading a pretty slory ubout a little princess who bad a wicked stepniother, and the storv grew isadder aud sadtler, and at last 1 cried so hard that I had to stop reading. My brotber was at home, tben, ou leave from the cadet BOboof, aud he came traigbt into tlie room, anJ said u i Le ru !ely, ' Kosa, stop Ih.tt howliug! What is the matter with you?' I showed him my book, aud sobbed out, ' Oh, that will come all riyht; let me see,' and he sat down aud read a little, and theu laughed aud showed ma that the prin cess was turued into a swau; so of course the story was not true, and all my cryiughad been for notblDg. Tueu I laughed, too, and 1 never read any more fairy tales. What was the use"? Ulrich said they were uoue of them true, and Bince I have grown up, I am aslouished that I ever believed such nonsenie. The good professor liBtenid to my story with great attention; then he slroked my head kindly with his long, slender hand, and said, " You are a little beretlc. We must try to couverl you. Come up into the library in balf an hour, and I will read you oue of my fairy tales, and peibaps you wiil pro nouuee a milder judgment." 1'itKVKNTiON isbeiterthau cure, and those who are subject to rhcumalism can preveut attacks by keeping the blood pure and free from the acid which causes the disease. For this purpuse Hoi)d's Birsaparilla is used by thous auds with ureat succesa. It is the best blood puritlor. Constipation is caused by Iosb of the peristalic action of the bowels. Hood's 1'ills reslore this action and in viorutu the liver. bberttsements. yUENSUv ITIMHr i I ii r CONDITION POWDER If You Can'tCetit Near Home, Sendto Us. Askfirst. In ftl!(ili -iftly t r. WuH mn n Htrlftly n nn'ffU'ino, it n f try. Wnrth iln wHjrit In Ko I. Ymi rnn Ihit or rnv food cIh hk n wi'i'nn. I'reviMits iunl iMin-n tllsi-HHcn of iwml- M wIm'II Jn riMiin moiilt itiir. " Ono Irtrtrc rnn nnvvi imc 40 : hcihI nii inorc to nr Tcnt KnlRintr GQHJfl (rrv iSic. contalnc I'oiiltry itrcoiintti worth th priro, and two pni-kn of pow.ii-r for Wcior tlve I' 'k $1. 14 lli. cnn anil (luiilf i Kli lnrtff raim I'lttraiH pnlif i Mnmiw or rnnn. In nunntlty OOM lcsa thnn oiif tenth PMl u dny - ' licti. Tt-HtlmoidAlH tmv. I. H. JOHNSON & C'O., : Cuntutu ilotitw WLt Iiutuii Mohh. NOTHING LIKE THEM Now is tlie time to buy the popular STEWART PARLOR STOVES AUD RANGES With the Patent Draw-center Grate. A large snle of these Splendid Goods, as well us many other Desirable Kinds, now going on at Barrows &. Peck's, Montpelier, Vermont. CHICHESTER'S Enoush, Red CROSS DtAMOND BHANO A rtnnNROiiviriiS S THE ORICtNAL AND GENUINC. Th. only H.fc, ar-, an I retiabte PH1 for nalo. Ii(tlrn, uk DruRKlit Tor C'AicAufera MnglUh I)amnd Hrand io HvA an) Qold mrtalllo y bcies e!cd wltfa blue rtbboo. Take no other klnd. Kefiue SubititutiimM and Imitationt. V AU ptlla in paiMboard bosea, plok wrapperi, are danf croiiR oduntcrfi-lta. At DrugBtst . or w ni 4r. fo ntamp f..r partifl'ilar, wtirnoniala, and "KelTef far l.adh . in UtUr. hv riturn MuIL 10,000 Tmimnniala. A'cimr fiper. CHICHCSTCR CHEMICAL CO., M . -I! - . r. . : tJoId bj m11 Local I'ruiml-u. riliLAiJ.i'IU.O'A.. The IT'iix es "t ULSTE RS Nobby Cassimere Suits For Ladies and Gentlemen HEADQUARTERS! A. D. Farwell, - - Opera-House Block. DEAF NES8 . HEAD HOISES CUIEDbT 1NVIS111I.K TUBUtAR EAR cushiohs. Wklmn nwra. 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M Ut a thorougb knowtodgt of thf uatnral Uwt wtilrii Kovern tht- oiM-ratlotiH of -i . i, inul itit'ri nou.attd t n t'nrcTui applloailon o( the Qodprop urtift of aeH'Miected ('oooaj Mr. Kppi bu provlded our oiouktast tubli'3 with a MUOJatvlj UVOrM luv ' i.i- iinli in iv Have uh many DMVI dootort billa, It U hy the Judli'fout) uue of inen nrtloleA of dlrt thHt a t-oiiHlUiittoiL nw hi radiiHlly huilt ui m, BtriuiK notigh t Mtltl V6ry tandtnoy (,!-.' tfunoreda of Muhtiu maladlei are tloatiiiK arouud u reaily to attack wheriv-r thri in a WMM polnl N e uiuy ICapj inaiiy a fatal (thaTt hy ktH'ptliK olirHelvea well fortillcil wtth purt liloitd aud a proiicrlj uourtrihed f iaio." Cuil Mervue Oattftt, Matlf nhnidy with IxtilliiK wator or milk. Sold ouly iu n ai i -iiouiiu i his, ny i n i -. jaiit-iri umih mmme 'Mm I fll RiVFlTfi TRAOE MARKS. DESICN PATENT8 COPYRICHTS. etc. For Inforroatlon and freo nnndbonk wrlto to .li co-i 361 Hiioadwav, New Yoiik. Olaest buruau for HocurtnK patcutM In Amerlca. Kvery pau-nt tuknn out hy uh Ib lirouKht hpforo tliu public by u uotlco Bivuu freu of ebMBI Iu tho Scientific Smcricatt I tftfM clroulatlon of any nelentillp paper Intba irorio. s-iilcu.lldiy iiiustratfil. No intcllu.ont nian bould bu witbout it. Vveekly, :j.oo a fouri tlM nlx timntliH. AddrHH .Ml'N.N Jt ( O rttLUBSBS, 801 Uroudwuy. Sow Vork. A POPCLAti KAM1I.V. .Trxnmk: " How is it. Kute, that you slwsn eem to oatob on'tu tbe laai new tlnun Do what I may, you nlwaya leeia to get ubeoO of me.1 Katbi "Idon'tknowi I oertalnlv do not piakoany exertton Intbal direetion JcNHtii ' Wcii, durlnartbe kwl fowmontht, fur oxuuipit', jou bavfl takcn up pa.ntll.gi JAM nOfllOOpal hlc t 'heiuirttn, LondoUi Kuglaud. II. llnN. ' imijc iiiiic fkftMMt lnTt httti tniilii IVOni fur ua, bjT Aimn l . Auslli i i-im, iHd Jho, Huntii Tolnooi llhlo 4m vut. CJMbnanduiticMWli li iMl you? NwMMI vani irvvi tu. Voti raudv iIh wotli uinl Ui ti Iiiii, wkafwvsr ." I' rijMitii tn will MrnlHM fi 'in 4 it t tlOa.Uy All atc I. U n you hui atid Mirl u. ( iui work ln kpMfw ilin ttrail ih Urnt. KiK wum) aorl fra. . 1 1 - nukliow ii ntoai h in NKW antl w.maltii,,!. pMr(l i fi. iioa hho Prtlnnli n nluf BOOK BINDERY1- i Paper Box Factory. ranlet who have any booli they wtsk 6. jnd or 'epairtd, or uto Papir Boxtt, thould wrltt to M. W. WHEELOCK, MONTPELIER, VT., stffrtr lowttt pricot for good work jmmp... witbout am teaober youoametothereioue wheu Miss Latarae doierted ber Delfcarteolaii o luddaniyi ami oortalnly we are aii improy ing in enios under your Inatruotloni I beard you h-innu; Totuiuy Btunei latl evening how in-- olub made niitlakei iu playtng baieballj you neni to be up on all the luteii fads,' uiul know just what to do under all oirouniitanoefi you entertain boautKuiljr; un'i m tho tnontb you have Improvecxio in bealtbtOwuig4 you teu iuo, to your phyHu'ul oultureexeroiMli wbore 'io you get aii of your luformaUon from in this iittio out-of-tbe way piucc. ror you never ro to tho oity" Katk: ''Why, .lciuuo, you will inuko tuu vain. 1 bava oniy one eourve of Informatlonj hut it i lurprUtng how it moeuall wanta. I very leidoni bear of anytbina new but whut tht' ui'.vt l'w ilays hi iiiit 1110 full inlorinatwn on tho Huiijct't. MagTo? Nol Mairaiinel And u greal treaaura it is to uh aii, for it roaiiy fiirnlahei the reading for tho wnoie houaeboidi father baaglveii up nia nagaslne that he aai taken for yearii uh no iayi tnii 0110 trivos intiro HtiU la'ttur InfonnatiOQ on the tubjeoti of tho doyi and mother naya that it It that that makos hrr luob ti fantoua houMkeeper. in faet, we aii agroe that it ia tho only roally famii.v niamt.inc llhllbed, us we aave ienl ror lamplea 01 aii ol tiu in. uiul lluil thut is ull lor nn ii, iinother all for womi'ii, aiui iinotber for oblldren oniy, whllothhione nint.s evory one of uh: ho w oniy 1 Itotakoono Instead of everaliaud thut is where tue eoonomy ootnoi in, for it in only ag.OQ a your. IVrhaps you tliiuk I am too la ish in in praiaoi but I Will lot you Ht'u ourn, or. lM'ttt r hIiII, hoiuI KUunta to tho pub Uiher. W". Jenningi Demoroit. li Bul uib HtrtM't, Now York, for a UTOPle ropv, uiul 1 Hhull alwayH coiiHiilor that I havo ilnui you u great favor ; kihI may r you wiii U' outtug uh out. as you Huy wo huvo tho roputation of being tbe uetl Informed famlly in town. if that Ih ho, it is Oeniareet'i Fumlly Muratbi 'hal cliK's It." Not n Vctcran KplNcnpalian. Mra. II n n young mirried latly, ami nn Bplsoopallao, Ber hnsbaod i uot n tnenibar of any churoh, but, iis all good buibaadi Bhould, he irequuntly a undi oburob with his wifo. IHh flrai n'otupt, however, to oonform t tho Bplaeopal forn of Bcrvicu was so ruortltjlag th:it ho wiih nlmost Umpttd 10 fottaeat church-golng altogetrier. 11 waa on Buater Sunday, and his wifo ii.id irled to ooach him procerly before hand, naturally wikhins him to tnkt; part h ith ber in tho nervict'. " Bemetn ber now, my dear," h!ic said, " ihal the reotoi wiil come forward and wy, 1 i ho Lird is rlaen,' aud you will rtapoud with, ' Ile is iiuleed'; you will letm 111 ber that, uow, won't you?" " Well, I sjut'88 I can rtmoiuher threc wcrde," n plled Mr. II , n little testily. An hour later thty weie at the chuich. Ti.e rtctt r eatne forward nt the proper time, in tho beginnlns of the iBrvfoe. and s.tid solcmul) : "Tne Lord is riseu." Protnpily and disttnotly oame the rt- 8oiiso of Mr. II ; he, in- deed?" PhiUtdtlphia lticonl. A Model Wltness. " Xow, sir, I hope we shall have BO dlfflOUlty in getlitij; you to spenk up," suid the lawyer, iu a very loud niin mHiiding voice. " I hope not, sir," shouted the wilness at the top of his lungs. " How dare you Bpeak to me in that wuy?" anorily asked the lawyer. Beoaute I can'tnieak nolouder, sir," said the htstler. " Have vou Leun drlnklng?" " Yes, sir." ' 1 should lufer so from your conduct. What have you been drlnkinn?" "Coffee," hoarsely voeiferated the kniiiht of the stuhle. " Sijmethiug stroner thau ooffee, sir, y.m've beeu drinkiug! Uun'tlook at me like that, sir!" furiously. " Look at the jury, girl liiil you have somethiug in ycur coffec, sir?" " Yes, sir." ' What wtis ii?" "Sugar." "Now, sir," lurning to the wituess, " look at me. What beside sugar did you take iu ycur coffee this morning?" The ho tler colleeted his forceB, drew a dei p breath, and iu a voice that could have been htard half a mile away, bel lowedout: "A ipunel A spuue, an' noLhiug elst!" Boston Qlobe. Jcnny Lind's Tribute to l'ayne. No Amertian poet ever received a more enviable compliraent than one ItaidtoJohn Howard Payue by Jenny L nd on his last vlsit to his native land. Ii was in the great National Hall iu the i i y of Washington, where the most iliMiuguished audience that had ever b.:en seeu iu the capital of the republie was assembled. Tlie matchless 8inj;er ei.ttauced the vast throng with her nu st cxquisite mtlodies. " Casta Diva," tbe " Flute SoDg," the " Bird Song," aud the " (ireeting to America." Hut the great featuie of the occasion se med to be an act of iuspiraliou. t'he singer suddeuly turned her face towaid that part of the auditoriuru whore John Howard IJayue was siltiug, and sang " Home, Sweet Home," with such pathos aud power that a whirl wind of exuitemeut and euthusiasm swept through the vast audience. Webbter hinelf lost all self-coutrol, and oue inigbt readily Imagine that l'ayne thrilled with rajiture at this un cxpected and magnidceut reudilion of his o.vu Immortal lyric. New EikjIumI Muijuzine, Weighliijf a Hair. " To number the hairs of your head is uot a very difflcull lask," the leliner of tbe assay oll'ue said. " A very close approxlmation can be made by weigh ing the entire umount of hair on a tn.tn's head und theu weighing a single hair. The weight of the former di vided by that of the latter will, of c urse, give the dusired number. If you will pluok out a hair from your In ard I can show you." A long and U-aggling one was ttcoordingly de tacbed, the reflnerputting it ou a eale, w tich was lucloaed iu a glass case, autl uradnated with extreiue accuracy. With little weighls of alumiuuiu he piUd uj) on one arm itutil an equlpoise was reached. Tho bair weigbed thrte rutlligraniuies. " If jou reauce it to ligures," he said, " it would require ,0U0 hair.s to weigh an ounco, and sup lnise vou have six 0UQC68, you havo 4s,000." Ntw York Sun. Artiililal t'oal. Edelman, a Pollsb Inventor, bai dis i ivered a proeess of manufacturing ooil by tbe Intermixture of lignite, a substanee that exists upou the surface of the earth in large quanttties, with tertain ohemical bodies. He claims that uoal produced by this means pos sijsses ihe advanUlge of being absolutely odorless and smokeless, and can be nianofaoiurad at the smaii price of oue dollar a ton. If this OOmpositlOQ pioveB praotloable as a substituted for ooal, and Mr. Edelmann hus nodoubt thatlt will, tl.at gentlomau can truly be classtd Btnong the oroat loventors of this iuveu uve age. Areto yoi-A' lteruld. Commknimulk. All claiins uot con sisteut with the bigh charactor of Hy rup of Figs are purposely avoided hy t e Califoruia Fig Syrup Compauy. It atts gently on the kidutys, livor and bowels, oleansing tho system effeotu ally, hut is not a cure-all aud makes no pretenslous that every boitle will uot 1-ubsiantiute. TBX smallest sciews iu the world are used in tbe mauufacturo of watcht-s. The Bcrew in the fourih-jewtl wheel, that looks to the naketl eve like a bit of dust, is so small that a lady's thiiuble would hold 1,UOO,00() of them. BUOKLBX'I AitNicA Salvk. The boBl salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, totter, cbapped bandi, obUblalns, coms and ull skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. 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Lihoral t-oiiiiulstiiona. Audress THE PRESS, l'otter Itttllaini;, 38 l'ik Kuw. New York. GHARLES BUCK & SON, 20 CLINTON ST., BOSTON. Cash Buyers of NEfH0- CALFSKINS, PELTS & JALtOW. WRITE FOR PRICES. If you suffer from Dyspepsia McALVIN'S PILLS WILL CURE YOU. PILES AKAKESW"givelnstant relief and Ii an ini'aiiible Cure for Pllex. Prloofl, Hy PruggMtsor mnll. .;iuiitlos I r.'i-. .. liliv-v-A , K KMS," QOX 8416, JJew Voik City. Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation. (I.IMITKO.) London, England. The largett European Accidenl Com pany, aiiuough comparativel) a iborl time in this oountry. I: baa attaiued u wideipread reputatiou for prouipt aud equttable adjuetmeuti of lossos. ROBERTS BROTHERS&CO. Gcnernl Arni.s, Bnrllngtoiii ------ Vermont A RUBBER STAMP Id what everv fann.r nee.U to m.trk bll It itter or Muple iugtv paflkigtt. From WILLIAM JONES, MOKTPBLIKB, VT, -MAKKU OK Gilt Edge Butter, and First Quality Maple Sugar. A ntaiup aiiuilar to ahove, wlth any varlatlon de sired, OMlt hut atnhV, 1 iilekly aud uaally uaed, ldeutlfles your products, aud helps tu advortUo theiu. Send for our price lUt, or QtU aud seo the tMnpti MIIN I II II t K, VT. Administrator's Sale! A inaiiKard roof two-tenement houae; gnf pltrh roof tuo-teuemeut house. huilt aii yvara. lo kh1 rep.iir; oue new twu altiry DUIUt) with tweul y-lght rooina, aultable fur two faiiikllea. wlth runillng wutei antl GlOMtt. Ihe ahtve prunerty la altuated on BftVrt Htruet. Alao tweuty butldiii lotl, ainall paature nenr riitlntield ,, Whofler fann in Marahtlold. lot of land iu I'fuchnui, ainall tarut Iu trautfe, Ihmih hiud. six hundred feet liich nteatu plpe, two hulldluK Mcruwi. The auovo ptoperty liiuat he aohl to ehme iMtah'. Al.ltKKT JOHONNOT, .UmiHtHrutor. Montpelier, Vl., Oecemhers, liii O. L. HOYT, Attorney at Law, Plainfield, Vt. bbertiscmciTts. Tax Sale of Real Estate. The resldent and uon rnxldiuit proprletors of the town of Woodbury, In the ( ounty of Wanhti'Ion, are herehy notWh-d that the taxea axaeaaed hy aaht town withfn thc yeurA l. IsMH, rnnaln elther In whole or ln part uiinaid on the roUowlOf oeMtibfl lands In salo town. to wlt : I.ot No U In ChamiMT laln'rt Hiirvey.tlrat dlylllont drawn to the Orlffoftl rlht of Stephen I'eurl. Lot No. 15 Iu .fanea' mirvey, aeeond dlvlalon, tu the orluinal 11,-1,1 or Jh E or JOD llathawrty, now owihmI liy HniniM'l Danielaof Mjd Woodhury. A ud iniu-h of aald htnd.f will bu anld at puhlie itiii'llon ut the dwellliiK houne on Hiild I.ot No. in ald Woodluirv, OU the Mtfa day of l)u rembi r next. at teu o'rlock In the foreimou. aball ho rajqntlltc to dUohKa) s.ild taxea, wlth roata. un leaa previoualv pnhl. H. K DHBNAN, fnHettnruf Tottn Tuts. Iated at Woodbury uforenald Ihln Uth ilay of N vetnher, A. I). Ml, Ladies, Please Take Notice. all fnnale ncnkiictM. It ti atui'iMt elertrlral In eertalnty aml wvt and wonder, All who havo iiHtft It m. s ti i i .1 dally inlracle. I ii . n .1 u f for lunu;er wheu laon a auro n inedv Ih at your door. Trn ttuin' tt inlrrr. ttne inontli'M treatinent, ItJO. I.ady lUnta autt'd. A dd 1 h , wtth atainu, III. WXLLt AM MTREKTEBi ilnrl AKent, llHIMOIllll, N. II. $3000; A 1 l; AIP ! IniKbrtakfto1.tlr.tl Ileacli any lairly biti lliftcnl fH ttnu of r Nt( who eaa rrmi and wriip, nni who, aflt-r hialrin tion.nlll wurk iiidualrloualy, how io tnni ll-ri-f 1hiikioil lli.llar. a Year in ihflr wn Io, alhlf-.w to r rthe v ilvc.I will alan fbmlaii th' ollualloo or f itiplovinpnt.at w hh Ii juii 1 ati arn ihat aninmit No RMM fur BH MltltM Ml 1 lnl aa hni. K.nnHy aml tpili kly htarned. I rleaire bnl HM VTOrktf Irom Mak dlMri. 't bf count. ( hata alrra'ty tauKht atid ,rohtcd with MMrfwiMMt laica nuiiibtr, n fitl ar-t nm kini nvr 11000 tmrrmli It'a Bf n 1 soi.li. 1 nu panleulan FK KK. Addraaa at on , C, ri.i N, iinv 4vo, AugtMit Malaa, L inu ci ablcs. Montpelier & Wells River nnd Barre Braneb R. H. Taklnp: Effect Nov. 9, 1891. Leave Montpelier ;,' sMi4Vp. li! Ariive at Wells Itlver at llM A. M ., f. M ti: .Vt v, M. P. M. Arrive at Montpelier at 9'M A. M., 11 a. m.. S:10 r. m. Tralna leavliiK Montpelier at h;15a. m. and l:0i V. M . make elosi coinifct imm at W ellw Kiver for all potnti iu the w hlte MonntnlDBi aml for poiut uortb .him niu in un uif i i"iiiii"M i .i i . i ' ( ( i IMU lor llostun and all intertniliate pointa. Irain leavea Montpelier for Harre at llttf A. M. Traiu leavea Harre fur Montpelier at ttM P, m. Subiirbiiii Traiu Servlce. Leave Montpelier at BttS A M., 8tN A. M., 10:10 a. M ., 1 1 :M a. M ., 1 :30 p. M., 3:K) v. M.. .1:00 p, m.. 7:00 P. M..:ouv m. UMVe Harre at 7:16 A.M., :o)a. M., lo:lo a.m .,12:40 p. M.,2:20 P. m.. 4:1A p. m.,5:Jo p, m., TlM I. m., 0:IU l. m. Traiu leaviuK Montpelier at 11:06 A. M. couneeta ii tu tbe atuurteii nuklng tiip round the tnouutaiu; returning leavea Harre at 3:0f, arriving at Montpelier at ;t:;(0 V. M. Traiu leavinK Hiirre at 7:15 a. m. eouueeta at Montpelier wlth the traiu fur Wells Kiver. W. A. SToWKLl,, .Suenntendent. W, VN. MOKSE, (f'tneral Paxxen'jer Ajent. Central Vermont Railroad. CotmneneinK Sept. '.'0, 1 SiH . Irains Goimj .South and KOMi irill Leave .fo?it pelier us fhUuicx : : 15 A. M. M AII., for FttChbttTf, lloaton, Sprlug fleld. New London and New York. I:40 P. M. KAST TltAIN. for lloaton vla Low ell and New Vork via Spiintleld. MllO I. M.. Mlxed for Northlield and Hoxbury. 5:ft5 P, M. PA8SKNOEB, for White Kivai Juuetiou, i'4.40 A. M. KXPKESS, for lloaton via Lowell and all pointa in New Knluud. Truiiut Qstng North und West: 2:50 A. M. KXPKESS, for Montreal, (Kdena uurK autl Ihe Weat. 6:23 A.M. ACCOMMODATION, to St. Albaua, Kui liuKton and Kutlaud, Troy and New York, 1: 15 A. M. PAS8ENQKK. for Burllnaton, St. Alb.tuH. Uiehford, Kouae'a I'oiut aud St. .luhna. 3:50 I'. M PA88KMO&B, fur BnrltngtOHi St. AlbaiiH. Montreal, odeiiHburn and the W eat. 7:25 P. M. KAST EXI'KESS. I'ulhnan Sleep Iuk ( ar to CbXcafCOi Tralni leave for Barre at 3: 16,6:47 aud lOiU'i a. m aub 12l66(4: 10 and 7:1') r. M. Traiua leave for WiU lam town at 10: 05 A. M. and 4: to 1'. M. Throuh th:keta to Chieao and all pointa West for ale at tlie prluetpal HtatioiiB. J. W. HOItAIiT. (Jeneral Manabjer. B. W. CX'MMINGS (ieneral l'aHaenuor Aeut. C0a( Dotifcs. 1PBA8TU8 14. DWINKLL'H ESTATE. U COMHI88IONKRS' NOTIOK. The nnderttgned, havtug been eppolDted bi the Houorable Prooate Court for the Distrtot of Waah liiKtmi Cotnmlaiionerf. to reeeive, exaiuiue and adjust all rlaiuia and demanda of ttll peroua aKalunt theetateof ErMttll B Dwinell, late of Marbhtleld, Iu aaid DUtliOt. dei-eaai'd, aud all clafma ex hlhlted ln offaet thereto, iierehy kIvo uotlee that w will meet for the purpoaea afoteaaid at the late reaU deiiue Of BTMtni B. Dwinell oti the .'th day of JftDUary aud -7t h day nf Aprlt next. fruiu ouu o'elurk I. M. until four o'eloek f .M .eaeh of aid daya, aiolthat aix monthn froin the Sld day nf Oetoher. A. 1. IMl, U tbe time liniited by Nkld Ooart tor ald creditorn to preaent their elaiiua to ua lor exatuina? tiou iiiid Rlluwauoe. Dated at MarU fleld, thin 12th day of November, A. ii. i":u. r.i,i rt. i'i i ivi.. htt-brt J. 11. 1'IKE, f t'oiniidaaiouera. 1l( IIAKD ItAILKV'S KSTATK. V VOU U1S81UNKHS' NOTIOB Ihe undt'i'Hittued, havlntf beeu appomted bv the Honorable Probate Court tor tii.' iiutrlet of w'aah Ulgton. CoulUllMloneri to reeeive, exainlne and ad Juat all elaiuiH and deinauila of all peraona aKalnat the e.state of Klrhard llalley, laie ot rerllu, In Mld DUtliOti deoeeeedi aml aliclaiintt exhlhited lu olUet thereto. herehy ive notiee that we will ineet for thf inirpoHei aforeaaid at tho hatluT htore uf A. A F. .tohouuott, in Berlin, ou i he l-uh day ot Deoeuiber and the Mh dM of May next. froiu oue o'elock r. m. until foUTOeloek p. M .each of aalil daya. atid that nix moilthl inu.i I he .'Oth day uf DeoembHr, A. 1. 1801, la the tuno liniited by vaid Court lor nald ereditora to preaent their elaliua to ua for exaiuinatlon aud allowaure. It.ited at MontpeUer, tbla it day of November, A. II. 11. I I i I I. I ' N M 1 I I , . vrme t. b. btkvkns, r Cuinuilasioner. dtlsMON II ANCOrii s B8TATK. 1 s I'atk tu-' VKRMONT, wiwbluirton DUtrtot. . ln I'rohate Court hebl at Moutpeller, tu said Lia- triet.ou the 34th dav of November, A. D. MioTi NNabio i). Wortbluff, Admluiitretqr with the wiil enuexed ot the eetate of Uiienjou Uauoooki late of lleriiu. in aald Ihstrn-t. dfeeaHcd, presi-nts lii- adinlll utrettoti Moouiit for eieniliietloii aml aiiowauce and makes epBUoatlon tor a ilerree of dlMlriuutiou and imrtlUoil of the entate of naid decraaed. W hen upon. It 1m onh'red by Mld CoUTt that -aul aeriiuut aml naid apphrallon be reterred to a eeaatou thereuf. to be held at the I'ndmte i tlhe , in aald Montpelier, ou the 10th dav of Iiieeinbi-r. A. 1. 101. tor hearlUK and deciaioii tttereon: And, It U further oraeredi that uotlee bereof be Ktven tu all perxoua llitereated, by puhlleatioli of thf atne three weekrt OOOOMtvely in the Ysrmont W'atchman Jt Sttttf Journul. ii Dewepeper publiahed at Montpelier, previoua to aaid time appoiuted foi hearinx. that (bey uiny apjiear at aaid time and plaee, antl ahow 04tUM; II any they may have, w hy aaid accouut aliolild uot be HllOWed aud lUCb deeree luade. Hy the t otirt. Atteat, 1746 H1KAM t'AKLETttN, Judxe. I YIHA B. DABLINO'8 KSTATKj J STATfcor- VEUMONT, rYMbilitfttiu lntriei. aa. lu 1'robate Court. hehi at Moi.tpeher. tu aatd lilt triet. on the -'Ut dav of November. A. U. I vl : Ibtuiel K. Culver, Aduiiuiatrator tf the ea tafr of Lydia H. 1 -1 .n . . late of Moutpeller, lu aaitl DUtrloti ileeeaat-d, praeuta hla admiiiiatratlou MOOOUl fur examinatiou and alloaaufe. aud uiake appllt'atlou for a deeree of dUtrihulion and tiartillou of the t-ntate of said deeeaited. W hereupua. It la ordered by aaitl Court that aaitl aeeouut and -.u,i applieation be referred to a thereuf, to he hebl at ihe I'rohate ottlt'e. in aaid Mont pelier, ou the llth day of heie.utnr, A. I 1HH1, for heariuK tml tleeisiou thereon : Aml. it ia further ordered, that notiee bereof be gireu to aii peraoua m tereatetl by pubUeattoil of the MUUt thrM aue eesaiveiy lu tbe l ri imnt W'ttft hman d' Stute Journat, a uewapaper puhliahetl at Montpelier, previou to aaitl t liiit- appotutetl for hearlu;, that ihev uiav ap pear at aattt UtQO aml plm't'. aml tboW OIUIOH atiy they may have, why aaitl ai'eount ahould uot he af lowt'd, ami lUQh deeree maile. Hy the Court. Atteat M 66 II IKAM C AKLKTON, Judjre. IHABLBN li l.Ks s R8TATB. V S I'A PK OV VKKMON i , Wnsblutrtoti ln.trlet.aa. lu I'rohate Court , held at Montpelier, in Hald lla trh t. on the llth tlav ot Noyember, A. 1). IKOI : Mareua C. KenKiou, surviving Kxeeutor of tha I.ot will autl teataiueul ol Charlea li. Marah. late of Cal ata, lu aabl IMatrlet. dreeaaetl preatmfa hia atl pleineutary atlmkulatration kOOOUUt for exaui (uattou aml hIIuh auet aud untkna applieatiuu for a deer e uf dlMrthutton aud paitltioii uf the eatate of aalil deeeaaed. Whereupuo. It ia Ordered hy aaid dourl that aaid bOOOOM and aaid apulleatlon he referri-tl tu a aeaahtu thereuf, to le held at the I'rohate Orflee, iu aaid Montpelier, ull tho Ud tlav of leeemlier. A. I. 11, tor hearlutr aud de ewob thert'oii : Aud.it ta lurther ortlerett, that no- Uee bereof be vtveii to aii peraona lutereatod ty publloetlon uf the aaiue three weeka atu-eesai vely ln the 'trmvut WiUckWUMM A' Stttl4 Joat itnl, a newapaper puhliahetl at Montpelier, previoua tu aaid tliue au polnted for hi-.iriiiK. that they inay appear at aaid pmfl aud plaee, and ahow eaiiae, li any they uiav ha e, why aaitl Ht t'oiiut ahouhl uot he allowed aml aut'h deeree madt. Hv the Cuurt.A'teat, ik H lilKAM CAHLETON, Judi(e.