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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNE8DAY, DEC EMRER 10, I8JM.
7 Tlie Old Mectlnjr-Htnisf. We love tlip.ventirnhlo h60M Olir fatlieri hnllt tn (lod Ifl f are keit tholr nru.eful vom, Their iluit oudi'nm tli aod. Hero hoty laottfhtl n lllit hnve sheil Hrinn niaiiy a mrilant fnca, And tirayoM uf tender hnpo huve .pread A pVrf iiino IhtOttfh tlie plare. Mlil HltxlniM lirurt" hnve ponih'reil htM Thi nyitoiy of nfo, And prayed the etcrnal Sptrit rlear Their ilouhts nnd end their fttrlfe. j-roin htunbli tnsratnti ! Cuine. np thi peutlve traln, Ami tn ihi ohafoti 1 biefitai fonnd Which tl lled their hni oes nKHln. Knr fnlth, and peaee, nnd 1 1 1 y love. Tlmt fruni 1 1 1 (tod-hcad flow, Showod them the life nf hfnvon ahove HprlilK frniii the lifnhelnw. They Uvfl wlth Ood, their homes are dn.lt Hut ticrt' their rhlldrcn prny, kut i" tiiin iMtbia UfeUme triut To flnd the narrnw wny. ftai'h Wkhh ffavervfft. Believe. li is not unbelief that inil.i any nian atrong. Not by thc sbutting out cl anyihitig, HOt by thc sbutling out of a lie, docs tbe power eonie. Il cnnnot come by any negative. It mut be pos itive. Peny tbe falsehood with all your power and voicr. Tb it is your duly. But that docs not make you strong. It only ruakes you ready to be Btrong. II iving turned tbe lic outof doors, you throw these same doors open to the trutli. Then strength will corae pour iug in. It bat always been through inen of bclief, not unbelief, that power from God has poured into nian. It is not the discrimiuating critic, but he whose beating, throbbiug life offers it self a ehaunc! for the divinc force. I'Mllips lirooks. An Involiinlarj Conipllnieut. A woman with a beautiful face and a charming manner walked into an elc vated traiu, the otber day, and sat down in one of the cross seats. Justoppo site her 8at a little boy in very slubby a'.tire. He looked at her very iutently for a long titne and noticed all her charms the srailiug mouth, fie beauti ful eyc9, the dainty gown she wore. Then his griiny little hand stole down to his knce, where tln're was a big rent in his stocking and without removin" his cyes from her face, he eovered the place with his hand and held it there a? long as she sat opp isite hini " Do you know," sbe said, in speaking of it afterward, " I think that w is the great est compliment I ever had p lid nie that poor, little ragged urchin's de-ire to present a good personal appearance while in my presence." Neu- York Jiecorder. bbcrttscmmts. Cboroh Lotterles. Cardinal Mnnniugsays: "All my life long I have done my utmost to pre vent the holding of bazvrs, lotterie9 or rafflea for works of cliirity or religion. It seems to nie that our Lord's work OUght to be done in our Lord's way; that is, for his s.tke, and with the purest motive. Anythiug of self or of the world mixing in- so far destrovs the purity of the motive, and as St. Paul says of cbarity, may reduce them to nothing. We are all in danger of these lnwer moti cs, and we certainly ought not to encourage them." An o'her siys: "Will the Pro'e t nt churehes ever learn to give up the grab bag, the raffle, the chance games which are only another form of lottery? M-iny churehes have already discarded these objectionable metbods; but niany more continue to practice them, britiL'ing the churcli m an institution nnd the catne of rettglOD also into eontempt. Ii is well to denounce that great swindle, ihe L-iu'siana Lottery Company; but it is not at all well to recognize the lot tery idea in tbe raflles and prize-bags and weight-guessing devioes of tbe or linary church fair " Faces in the Cloada. Ia one of the (ierman picture gal leries is a painting ealled " Cioudland." It hangs attheeud of a long gallerv, and at flrst sight it looks like a huge, repulsive daub of confused eolor, with out form or comelincss. As vou walk toward it, thc picture begins to tako shape. It proves to be a mass of ex quisite little cherub faces, like those at the head of the canvas in H iphael's " Madonna 8an Sisto." If you come close tothe icture, you see only an in nuierable company of little angels and fhetuhim. How ofteu the oul that is frightened by trial secs nothing but a confused and repulsive mass of brokon expeotatlona and crushed hopes! but if tba( soul, instead of fleeing away into unbelief and deipair, woulil only draw up oear to God, it would soon discover that the clouds were full of angels of mcrcy. In one cherub face it would see" Whom I love, I chasten.'' An other angel would siy, " All tbiogl work togeth'T for good to thora that love God." In still another s veet face the heavenly words are coming forth, " Let not your bearts be troubled; be heve also in me. In myFatber'a housu are mauy inansionB. H'here I am, there shall ye be also." Cuyler. THI pcople's remedy for the cure of cotighs,coldH, asthnm, hoarseness, bron Oblua,oroup, inlliienz i, whoopingcouirh, incipient cousumption, is l)r. BuU'l Cough Syrup, the old rcliable. Prlce, twenty-live cents. To promptly and permanently cure rbeunatlam or Deurlgia, use Saivation 011. I'riee, twenty-Uve ceuts. 1 iiavk noticed with much regret that in movemcnts of oltiieni to cn force the Suuday laws of tlie country ' .itliolics are not iu largo numbers among the foternost combatants. This may ri-e from somc singular politloal ideas held by them, but DO political ideas must irevail against Buch obllga tions as those binding us to the ob servance of the 8unday. Archbishon Ireland. mm nmmm condition powder If You Can'tCetit Near Home, Sendto Us. Askfirst. tl IriMiBoluMy imro. Rtfllty mnrcntrntod. Mot innnmlral Wniw mimll rtom Nnothrr orp fmirth Mirtmnpf. Htrlctlvft inivflrlfip.nnt ftf(H. Ynn rnn lniT'r rnlt' f mj1 i rhcnp n wccnn. I'n'TniiM nnil ciiwii (HrM ww or xnu Iry, Worth tt wrlft-tit in gnlil wln n Ii'-nMrire rnoultlnif. " Ono Inrtfc rnn hovih! nwi $40 ; tt1 nx morr to pr-tTont H'Hip' Kiiv- n ''iMtminT. S-ll by (IrtiKi-l-. (rriKpr, (ivnrrnl ntnn' nno' Twl llHlMI, Wpn-ihI nwt la riultry Knllnir ralae (prlea Ho. cnntnl"? I'ouliry nT"tiniH worlh thc pnce). ntnl tw pftckn f pnwriiT fnr Wi- t or llva pMBtll. Onc2 I 4 U. vnn Mld iltiMr !.. Hln lnr((' rans rxir4 imlil U: nUmpfl or crmh. In uimntlty OOnMH thnn one tontta cclit h dny ptf Mfc Tcntlinonialn frto. I. H. J HNH N A CO., W CuHtom Hoihmj M , lto.n, Miisa DO YOU DEPOSIT WITH THE GAPITAL SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Captttl mbsoribed $100,000 00 Deposits reeetred tnm Aprll i" to Odober 10 $s,i2h SS Four Per Cent Interest Paid on Dcpo;it8. WILL OCCUPY THE ROOMS VACATED BY THE POST-OPPICE IN NOVEMBEB 100 Safe Deposit Boxes for Cmtomi rs' Use to Rent. T. .1, lMvttl. PrMldant. I Alexmlfr Cijoliran.) K. K. lilttkply, TrprtHurcr H. N. Taplln, A. Iulifinnott. ) A .1. sni-y. Truitoe. O. F. Hihler. ' The Bank is Prepared to Receive Accouuts Subject to Oheck, CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR Your Brothers, Your Sisters, Your Cousins and Your Aunts! NO BANKRUPT SALE ! But good dependable Goods at reasonable prices. Look at our Ladies Furs and Fur Garments, Meu's Smoking Jackets, Travel ing Bags, Umbrellas, etc, etc. A. D. FARWELL, Blanchard Opera House Block, Montpelier. (Dur goja anb dT)irls. MONTPELIER CRACKERS! BUY THE BEST IN THE WORLD! WHICH ARE MANUFACTUHED BY C. H. CROSS & SON MONTPELIER, A T. WE ALSO MANUFACTUKK THE To purify Youk blbod Takk Hood's Sarsaparilla. FINEST CONFECTONERY. NOTHING LIKE THEM! Now is tlie time to buy thc popular STEWART PARLOR STOVES Al RANGES With the Patent Draw-center Grate. A large sale of these Splendid Goods, as well as many other Desinible Kinds, now going on at Barrows & Peck's, Montpelier, - - - - Vermont. ASCUTNEY GRANITE COMPANY Windsor, Vermont. Capital Stock, $100,000 One Thousand Shares, Par Value, - $100 Full Paid and Non-Assessable President, Sumner Kimball, Montpelier, Vt. Vice-President, S. II. Forsyth, Barre Vt. Secretary and Treasnrer, C. N. Arms, - Waterbury! Vt! DIRECTORS: Sumner Kimball, Montpelier, Vt. S. H. Forsyth, Barre, Vt. F. A. Dwinell, Montpelier, Vt. C. N. Arms, Waterbury, Vt. F. E. Donahue, Montpelier, Vt. A limited amount of the capital stock of the Company is offered for sale at par on the following terms : Twenty five per cent, to be paid December 1, 1891 ; twenty-five per cent, March 1, 1892; twenty-five per cent, June 1, 1892, and the balance September 1, 1892. For full particulars address any officer of the Company, or F. E. DONAHUK, Montpelier, Vt., and J. C. ENVVRIGHT, Windsor, Vt. B071 WMtoi " Wtnlfl a loy." Mtw nftcn n These vi-ry MBBMB WVMl tnny nee! Wftiiterl h lny to errnmln rnn. V.'miteil for ftrythttlfl mntiT tlie MA. AM tlntt tlie inen to iluy 1 111 do To-morrow Ull Imyn will tii ditltlK, too; For the thue In rotnhifi wlien The hoy imiKt fltnuil In pliice of inen. Wnntod- tlie world WMttf loy to-dny, And llM offem them nll he haa for rT Honor, wetiUli, ioflltlon, feine, A mefnl life Mld I ImMMMI name. Boyi to lllApt the pftthl for inen, Boyi to nnlde the plow and pen, Boys to forw-ard ttll taNkn tiegnn, For the world'g itreat tank U never done. Tlie world Ii anxton to employ Not Jnst one, bttl every hoy WhOM heart niul hraln will e'or he true To work hll liandx nhall tlnd tn do. R0MM1 falthfnl. tUDMti klnd; To kooiI nwake, to ivlt hllnd; Heart of uold wltliont alloy, Watitel- the world wantg nncli a hoy. Cfii'-afio Po. ibbcrttscmmts. GOOD NEWS q rOR THE MILLI0NSOF C0NSUMERS0F TuttVPills. . It, L'lVPV l TllM , I. . I.. TINY LIVER PILL vinirn m..l exrc-nllncly ainnll Mm, fmt D'Utliiinir nll the Tlrtnea of he l.,, L , , M finn.. ThftJT are friinnintfe.l purely ff) rigotabl. n.itii siea or thmn niu a w kra iiii iMOed. ti- amet hIm- nt w itlOWH in thc horuVr of (hla u " DEAF NBS8 HE0 HOISES CUREObT l c k'il INVlHlllf.K TUMUl IM CUSHION!;. Wlilsiieni Iinard. Corn f,,. f.t.li.. NaMeMnl wh.r. nll H.m.rtlM fRll. Solilhj V. HtSI III. .1,1.,, II!'.!,,,,. N.wlork. Wrlinff booli of prwr fuK ArltliniPtlr and OreNsos. Teaclier: "If your mother had twenty-five yarrts of s:ufT and ruade a drens Bequlting but eiitliteen yard, how much would she have left?" Little girl: ' Miirama can't make her own ilr(!S8ea. Sbe hns tried often, and they are always cither too" "Tcacher: "SuppOM ihe Rnt it lo a dregsmaker, how much would the dreBsmaker sentl back?" Little eirl: " Dipendi on which dressmaker she sent it to. Some wouldn't aend back any." Teachcr (tmpatiently): "SuppoRe nhe sent it to 1111 honcit one?" Little girl: "Some of the honeBtest ones cuts things to waste bo that there is never anything left, no malter how much you send 'eni." Street A Smtth't Good News. The Kin& of Spaln'n S(ulrt-(;un. The big eyed little king is very fond of h't garden, and some time ago one of the queen's Austrlau relativei, who was going lo pay a visit to the Spanish court, bouglr a very nico squirt-gun in Vit nna for the young raonarch to use in watering his plants. His majestv found it perfectly charining for this purpose. It would send a stream of waier to almost any height or distance, and such a wcli-watered domain as the royal parterre had scarcply been known before. Indeed, there was altogether too much of il to conline it Btrictly to the garden, and the king soon began to make cxp1 rimentB in other diroctions. Fine paintings, rich draperies, and va rious works of art were played upon at intervale, to the croat saiisfaction of his youthful majesly; but soon he vca-ued for more cxciiing subjects Tncre is no great glory in att icking m animate objects that cannot move nor "answer back," and Alphonso ncxt east speculative cyes on his noble play m itei and the ladies who surround-d bim. He also east the conttnts of his squirt-gun in the sarae direcion, and found nimself in possession of more en joyment thnn his short life had yet af torded bim. The criea and scuirles of his victims, though muffled in their veneration for their s)verein, added greatly to the zest of these pnrform ances, and it was a long time before (iu ;en Christina knew of the in-door waterings which gave her gmall s?n -uch inQuite pleasure. But Alphonso especiallv loved a shining mark for his -quirt-gun, and this lcd to his exposure and a tutor to keep him in better ordcr. The Queen K 'gent gave a grand gar den party, at which celebritie from far and near were present; and the kine, singling out a big general in h magnili cent blue and gold uniform, pu'l btmself behind a shrub and Bhouted at him, Tbe general spproacbed the spot, and Alphonso held up a handlul of llowers 10 lure him on. Tbe glittering uniform citrae nearer, and wlien close to the sbrub behind which majesty lurked in amhush, the point of the Viennese squirt-gun appeared like a serpent amoug the leaves, drencbing and spot :ing the gorgeous suit which a moment before h,id been so imnosinL'. Tbe dripping general hacked out of range as (juickly as possible, and b fore the mis chievouB hoy could relo:id and follow up his victory, his injurod subject had latrert refusie under the protecting eye o! Queen Christina. Tiien the merry monarch trii;d to inveigln into hn snare no lesB a person than Motifiinor Del Val, son of the Spanish amfiaisador ai Vienna, but the young prelate had leen the gencral's plight, nnd was wary enough to keep 8ever.il persons between him and his sovereign for the rest of the aftcrnoon. On the follow Lng day il was decided at the palace ih 't a ma8cu!ine hand was ueeded to lit! heavy on Alphonso, and the cautious Monsignor Dol Val was selecte l to Irain his Majeetj. lie was to have en lered upon his diflicu't otlice on the 1-it o( August. From Harper't Young aplt. I HARDLY think I have any father. I hardly think 1 have any father," five yearold Helen wai heard repeatlogto hcrself. " Why, child, wbal are you Myiog?" nsked her mother. ' ()h, I've got tb learn it to pleapc my Suuday chool tcacher; she sas a pinyer!" And so it was; but Invettigation proi ii Itto b:'giu, ' l beartlly tbank thee, Heavenly Father." Harper's Ynii Ptople W'iikn Frances was beinzputto bed, the otber Dight, instead of the U(U il " Mory," her mamma gave her a les.son on divino goodness. " The dear I. ird loves every thing," itid manima; ' why, not a sparrow falls from its neit to the ground but be knows it." " Doei he put the little birdie back agaiu, mamrna?11 nsked Fraocei, anxlousTy. "I 1x1 love to see childrcn," said n swcet little wom m, flve jears old. " They look so tind o' fresh and new.'' Yvuth'n 'unipn nion . AAAAAAAA AA SVSTKM inaklnK STOCK and OltAIN BPKC' ULATIOn nraetlrally an INVKSTMKNT. Prpf. Ils lari?e anrt almont eertaln ; loM linprohahle. K planatory letter matted hy addreHKlliK THi HUTUAL BYMDIOATB.I Walfst . New York. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Clrnnst'i nnd ln-aulitli's Ulf hnir. Pfvitiutef a lnjfUritfil Hcvct Fnild to Pcntore Urny Hair to itn Youthlut Co'cr. Curcd -rnlp alWMW A hnir fnilinff. flflr.aml limi-U Vnr rarkcr'n Ointrer Tonic. It rnres thi WoTM Cm Wrak 1-miK-. Urtlflmf, Indiifrition, I' ;t, 1 fik in titnc. HIHDERCORNS. Thc nnly min ntro tor Cimi, 8tue ) pain. . ul Dniifg uggiiU, or IIIKCOX it CO., N V. ELYS CATAWRH GREAM BALM i' in-' thv Nanal Ihh"hik'H, Allnjrei I'iiin nnd ItiHaninintifn. HEALS THE SORES Rentor1) the Kenno of THt th r wfeverSI 8i mmi fitcraturc. TRY THE (I REHAy-FEVER A partlrle 1 applled Into enrh nostrlt und lti afrreeahle. I'rloc .111 eeiltn at DriiKKlstn : liv mall, ret;ltered, 811 eents. KI.Y BROTHERS, Warren Strei t. New Vork. CRATEFUL-COMFORTINC. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. "ttf ( ilioroitKli ku'-w : j- of the iit tirai Uwv irtatcn tiovern tht oMntioni f dieAtinn iui nntrt tUin. nnd lty cartMtil RppllOfttlon f tlip tin- prop ertles of wt'H-selfrtfd CitrrKi, Mr. Kvm Un provt'lcd our brenkfiint tiil)l'S Wltn a dolh'ntfly s l t -. - r - - s bev pntKH whieh inny snvr us many liavy ilortorV lllls , It trt by tlie Jtirhrlotiii une of Hti'-h artlrleH of dtet t ii.it a eonttfttltlOH tnay bfl Kraflually Iniilt tin 'intll RtroiiK enoiiifli to rrsin't every ten(lenry to diseHite, !hindrei of Htititle iimladie! nre HoHtlnu aroii ttd Ul rearty to attark wlierever tliere Is a weak potnt We may eseape many a fatal shaft hy keeptu' oitrii'lvcn well fortitled wlth pure hlood and a pronerly nourlfdied frame. uftit Xerric tSatttte. Made slmnly wlth boilitiK water 'k. Sold only In half-pound ttua. hy Krocera, i thua : JAMKs kits m CO.i Horaeopfttbto ciieiniBU, London, KiiKtand. iH A A n A v VI. All! I undertak to hriaAy W J 1 1 1 1 1 1 k I 1 1 x , v l: . iM i and Hritt.aiid who lti I I I I I I " 'I' ' induitrl VVfVVV etrtt Thrtr Tl, Hollar- h Vfirln Hilr n loralltlM,whPfeTirtby Hvf .1 will also ninilnh tli" liuailon tf ClllployintntfK' " Mcll you inn mm that arnount. No nmiiv fnr nM HfllM Bii' rratt'ul al ilnvr Kttiily anil qntrkty lcarned. I dfteirr btll imi6 worker (rom eHfli dutrlol orcoilpty. I hav 1 r i t y 'UKllt BH4 prnvliit-d willi Mnplortnenl a lo'rge numliT, whn makiiifr ovrr r .i mmi It It'l " and tOI.I l. Full nartirnlnr I 1C I I - at on, K. ', it.. v 4:eu, Auuiioiu, Mulne. Cimc Montpelier & Wells River nnd Itarre Rraucli K. R. Takinp Effect Nov. 9, 1891. T.pnvo Mnntnoliop ' :U a. m l:Hi ArriTe at Well-b:-V l. M M . 4:i5 I'. M. 10 P. A. M.( 1(1 rM A.M . .1:1'. P. M. Arrive at Montpelit-r at 'iMi a. m.. II :Vt a. M.. .1:10 P. M. Xnunt leavlnir Montpelier at B;16A m. and :M P. M. make elosc COMlMttoui at Wt llsKlver for all t polntn in ihe hite Moniitaiiia, and for poiutH north hiiii nuiiio un t ii. i Huuipiu ranria'i; uino lor lloHton and all intrrtnediate polntn. Train b-aven flontpttttT tor Harre at UitH A. M. Traln 1 ivm Harre for Mont pelior at J: VS p, m. BtlborlMlll Traln Servir. I.oave H ontpeller at (i (U A . M ., :'W A. X. 10:10 I m., 1 1 tU a M.. I : :n I. M ., :i:lti l'. M.. IfllO I'. m. , 7:iM) p. f.(BlOWV M . l eave llarre at T:45 a. M hiiWa.M., Ii:4m a.m .. 1.' ;4U l". M.J :8t P. H.,4tU 1. M..5::ut P.M., 7 :'M V. M .. !,::(- P M. 1 rain lea iml; MontpiMter at i) :Vt A. M eonuerta through tu the , i m i- - inaknih' tnj. roiind the mountain, retnrnin lMT6t Itarre at I (06, arrivliix at Montpelier at 1:30 P. M. Traln tMTiDI Itarrr at JtfJ a. M. I'onnertc at Montpelier with ihe train fnr Wells Klver. W. A. srtlWKI.I,. St,irrttitrjent. V. W. MtHtSK, 0mroi l'ixwier Aqevt. Commkndaiilk. All claims not con siBteut with ihe high charncter of Sy rup of Figs are purpoaely avoided by the Califomia Tig Syrup Company. it acta gently on the kidntys, liver and bowels, clcauaing the ayHteui erTcctu al y, but is not a cure-all aud uaakes no pretenaiona that every bottle will not Hubbtantiale. Central Vermont Railroad. CotnmencinK Sept. N, Irahis Ootttff 89llth antl Et$t Vtili .uvp font jielifr as fbUow$ : .): 15 A M. MAII.. for Pltobbttrg, Botton, Sprinir rlflit. New London and Ntw Vork. ivi:4fl r. M. KA8T TRAIN, for Botton via Lo ell and New Vork via Springrield. BtlO I'. M..Mtxed fur Northfield and Roxbury. 5:55 V M. PA88KNOER, for White Hive Jonetlon. 19i40A M BXPRBB8 for Boetoa rU LowtU and all pnlnttt ln New Knifland. Tntins iiuinj Xnrtfi mid West: 2:50 A. M. KXPRKfifi, for Montreal, uK,tenp i 1 1 and the Weat. A.M. ACCOMMODATION, to st. Albann Rurlinton and Rutland. Troy and NOW Vork. 0:15 A. M I'ASSKMiKH. for liiirhnkjton, 8t Alhann. Hiebtord. Rouve't I'olnt and St. -Ii'hmi. HtAO IV M I'AnSKNUKR. for Burliutftoo, M All-in- Montreal. - i and Ihe Wfnt. 7:25 IV M KAST RXPRK8&. I'ullman Sleep tti t'ar to UnlOMO. Traiini lave 1 ur Itarre at :i I V ti : 17 and lOtMA. M Miu rJ:V). 1: luand 7: 15 P, M. Traiim leave for Will lain- town at 10! 08 A Al. anil 1 : In r. M. TliroiiKb ttekota to ChiCAgO and all poluU Wit for ale at tn- prinelpal Atatioiid. .1. VV, Ri HART. (teneral Manaer. 8. W. ( TMMINli.s OwUOnU rWtttngtr Aent. Iftgal llotircs. JOEL REMISiaTON'S BBTATF. gTATK UK VERMONT, iisiiinh'Mn Kutriet, u. in rrofaatfl l onrt, bld nt Montpelier, In end t"i shhI DUtrlot.on the lei day of December, A. D, m i An uifiruiueni Durportliui to be thc LmI wnianil Tt8tiiintnt oi Joei nemlngton. itttt' of waterbury, m aui iiutrirt, iIim'uhhimI, iwiog preeented to tht' Oourl tor rrobate: it ih ordered by milit Court timt nii pereona eoucerned thereln benotlned to , 1 1 . 1 , Ht a leeMon ot Hnhi Courti tn be held nt tlie rrohuti' offlee, tn ald Moutpeller,ou tbelMtb iiy of Deoentber, a. D. lieT. ,nui tboweAiieei itnnv tin.y initv iiu vi', hi:kIuhi i Ih rrobate of nniiJ iMtrunienti for whirh porpoee it la furtner ordered thHt notlceof thti oriior lo' inihtiiiiu'ii Utree m'l'kn meeeiil vly u tho Vtrmtit ItWrAeMfl it Sttttr Jimrnni, lu- n - f;M,rr prtuted nt Montpelier, in t Iiih itete. prerloui to ,1,1 nme appolnted tor ht'urlun. Hy ttn- t'onrt.--Atti'it, BH-Til IIIKAM Altl.lMON Judfe A.MB8 MABTIM'8 EBTATE. tl STATBoF VKHMUNT, lundolph Diitrlot, . lu rrohati' Court, lii'hl nt KHtiiloliih, lu niul for hI(1 Dittrtit. on thi- mth iluy or Neremuer, a. D. 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Skin ner; price 81 50 The ever-welcorae volume, which yearly takesour friends, the Vassar Girls, on their summer trav eling tour, this year embodies with its entcrtaiuing s'ory a most interesting account of the Passion-Piay at Ober Am meigau, making one of those thoroughly loitruetive and entertaiolng volumes of iravt l for which tlie author is noted. Ab'ind in'.lv illustrated. ZlQZAG JotJBNEYi in Austrai.ia, by Ueaeklab Butterworth. Published hy Kstes & I. iuriat, Boston, and sold in Montpelier by C. M. Bkianer; price, 81 78. Twelve years have passed since Mr. Hezokiah ButterwortO gave the llist volume of this famotis series lo the ptlblio, which at once and oompletely leeured a hlgh posiUOD among the va riou styles of books of travel. The I' i ieDt volume descrihes the wouder ful reiOUroei and nalural advantages of the tifth oontinent, gives an insight into tbe social relations of the jieople, aud contains stories of the early gold discoveries and of the animals peculiar to tliat ttiseinalinir countrv. I ll.wi; before nie a letter from a Parliian (rlend, a geDtleman ol some lit rary note in his own country, who Informi na that he is learaing EnglUb by the aid of a small text-book aud a dictiouary, without any other instructor; and he adds: " In small time I can learn so mauy F.nglish as I think I will lo come at the America and eo on the eaffold to lecture." Dttroit frte I'ress. ual. itrtnted nt Montpelier, urevioua to taid tline un poluud for hearhui. liy the Cuart Atteat, WU.LIAM B. NICUD1.H. Jaibjp, It is saitl by those who have tried it that a mixture of sal amuioniac and camphor tlissolved in water will readily remove warts from cows' teats. It is a simple remedy and one that almost any farmer can easily try. Warts are a great annoyance, not only to the milker but to tbe cow as well.