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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1892.
3 t . f v ..... Vermont. A THRRB-DATS' lueetillg of tho HurliiiRtoti Drirlng Olub was beld at Burlington last week, beglnniiifi on Tuesday. Thk annual oncaiiipiiient. of tlie Meth odists of tho 8t. Albans dlstrlct, openod at Morrisville on Mouday of last, week. Thk annual ngttM of tlie Lake Cliam plain Yacht Cluli UCCURtd 00 Tuesday of last week, and was rpdto successful, except tliat the wind was light. Tho ball in tho evoning was larger than any the olub evor gave. Several of tlm raoes OOOOWd Thurs day 1 1 1 ; 1 1 - I)B. J. M. Avbh of Danville, aged tifty four, dleil IhhI, week of hoart, disease. Itn was a native of Danrllln. IIo roslded for inanv years in Bueuos Ayros, Argoiitlno Kepnblic, where lio liail n siiooessful prac tlce. He ruturneil to Danville llve years ago. He leaves a wldow and tWO chlldren. Joskfh Rkki, a farmer, of Andover, was arrested last week for poisoning tlie eattle of hlsneighbor, Deaeon Halilwin, witli paris green. Tlie men lind lieen unfrlomlly for manv vears, owing to a controversy over a rlght, iif way that Raldwin owns across Reed's premlses. Doth are promlnent in the comiiinnlty. PlOOUMXM were brought last week against tlie supremo couneil of tlio Iron Ilall by M. II. Alexander, Esip, asldng tlie cuurt of Insolvency of Chittenden county for a receiver and injnnetion. Judge Taft granted the injnnetion, and no hearing was held witli respect to the appointment of a receiver. Siinilar action lias been instituted in other states. There are some ten branchea of the order in this state. all the dead wero properly carod for and burted, nnd tlien p 'tnptly soiignt ont tue beroavcd wldows eiid orphans and lOpplled their everv want : Hiid to make them eoni- fortable in the fntnre gave tu eaeh wldow 81,000, naid all expenscs and placed them iipon the payroll. Tlds, even alter tlie eoroner liad rendered a verdlet of an unforo soon and unavoidable aecldent. Kxtra preeautlons at Hoston are being taken by the liealth ntithoritlM to prevent the Intr'oductlon of cholera into that rlty by infected puople froin forelgn eountrles wbore the pestllence Is prevaillng. An or der has lieen issiied providlng that all im mlgrants shall be tlinrouglily disinfected at ipiarantine before they aro allowed to land at the port. Aftor they have been eleansed, all their haggagc wlll be steatned by a pro eess whlch Ts helieved to be effeclnal for de stroying anv gcrms uf dlsease that may ox ist. Special attoution is to be naid to the iiniuigranta frotn Hamburg and Havro. Thk Hritish steainer " Minlu " is nsed for looking after and taking eare of tho At lantie cable at this ond of tlie line. Captain Trott, having to lie at Hoston for two or three weeks. thought it would bo a good time to lay a new deck. Men wcro put to work tearlng Dp the deck. Captain Trott, in ordcr to expodlto matters, put somo of his crew to kuocking out some wedges that wero drivon botweon the mast anil the deck. The men who wero to lay the dcrk at oneo presonted thomselves before Captain Trott and tohl him if his crew knocked those wedges out they would strikeat noon. " You need not wait. tlll noon," replied tlie captain, " you can gatber up your tools and go now," and they did. Tho rosult is that the Job, whlch would have been worth be tween 82,000 and 8:1,000, will now bo taken to Halifax. Domettlca Twknty-kivb thousand New York school chililren have volunteered to niarch in the parade at tlie Coluinbus celebration in Oc tober. At the session of tho American Bar As sociation at Saratoca, last week, tlie annual address was dellvered by John Uandoph Tucker of Vlrginlft, It wns a scholarly and brilliant effort. Accordino to special reports to the .Yctc Sngland Hotneiteaa, the croji of cigar leaf toliacco in the Connecticut Rnd Housatonic valleys will be very large, and the qnality ia almost perfcct. Thf Ensteru coal aRents have advanced the prices of efjg twenty-six cents, broken ten cents, and stove and chestnut twenty tive cents. Tlie produotion for Septeniber will be the same as for August. The Xational Association of Letter-car-riers in convention has provided for an an nual appropriation of 8100 with which to lecorate the grave of " Sunset " Cox in Greenwood coniotery, Brooklyn. At Sing Sing, N. Y., two convicts at tempted to escapo froui the state prison last week. One of them, Charles Yincent, was shot and instantly killed by the guards, aml the other, ThomaB Welau, was seriously wouuded. MiscREANTS ilaced four lieavy timbers across the Pennsylvania railroad tracks near Reading, last week. The Philadelphia express was partly derailed, but, the ob tructlon being discovercd, aterrible calam ity was averted. A ci.KRC.YMAN naiiied Chatnbers of East Harwicli, Mass., was assaulted as he was ribout to euter liis liouse, one night last week. He was felled by a blow on the head aml was unconscious for two tiours. The assanlt was due to a ohurch feud. Orders have been received by Cliinamen from the Chinese j;overnment not to obey tlie law reiiuiring Chinese residents to take out certificates of residence. The govern ment of China lias sent a representative to tbis country to test tlie law in the United States sujireme court. Charles A. L. Tottkn, V. S. A., late professor of military science iu Yale, is out in another warning message, OOUOned, if possible, iu more ominous tenns than evor. The professor says that ho is flrmly con vinced that durlng tho jubilee year, L898 ii, A. D., reckoning from the Septeniber eijuinox, the clonds now gathering upou all aidea will culiuinate. A conflict between the niilitia and a large crowd at Homestead was narrowly averted, August. 16. Some non-union men were uuilereharge of deputies, as wituesses in an assault case, when the crowd took up sticks and stones and ran toward the men. The militia company on duty was imme dlately reinforced Viy more deputies and po lice, and the mob was dispersed. James F. Failky of Indianapolis has been appointed receiver of the order of tho Iron Ilall. His bond has been tixed at 81,000,000. In the iuvestigation Supreme Accountant Walker testilied tliat over 810,000 was used in the New England states to procure the passago of favorable legislation. Judge Taylor said he had never seen a business inanaged so loosely. Coroner Dor.EN of Danbury, Conn., has rendered a tinding on the death of Harry MoLane, the Hve-year-old Danbury boy who dled suddenly recently. The mother of the ebildi ltappaan, gave the boy some of Dr. Miles' little liver pills. The hibel on the box stateil clearly that the pellets were wairanted not to contain dangerous drugs. Dr. Wile, who made the post mortem, de clared the pellets containeii strychnine. Chancellor McQill's decision in the case of the state of New Jersey against the railroads forming the Reading coal combine has been tiled. The state's contention that the lease of the Central to the Port Reading is illegal, that the agreement is in violation of law, and the combine is against the policy of the state because it teuds to the monopoly of a public necessity, are all up held, anil the prelimiuary iujunc.tion prayed for is granted. A man uained R. 1'. Millburn, who was i mployed as entry clerk by tho Kield Thayer Mauufacturmg Company of Roston, appears successfully to have forged the atne of that ftm to two checks of the faoe value of about 8-1,000 on the National Shoe and I.eather Hauk. Tlie last forged check was for 18,748, and was presenteil at the bank aml paid to Millburn on August 19, Theo Millburn disappcared. It laiuppoaad that he has saileil for Europe. Mrs. John OUBKBACM of Marion town ship, Mich., went berrying with a party of fiiends last week. On reaehing the woods she leftber baby asleep iu the wagon white she pickcd berries in the buslies some rods away. Several tiours later, on returning to tlie clearing, slie was liorrilied to see a large aiiimal iprlngiog from the wagon and ruiiuing towards the woods. A few bones were all that was left to tell thc late of tlin babe. It is tliought that tlie animal was a panther. At Wardner, Idalio, all tlie saloons have been closed and no one is allowed in the streets after eteven e. m. The saloon keei ers are strong sympntld.ors of tlie miners, and their places liave been closed to pre vent seciet meetiiigs of tho uuioii. The " I'oorman " and " Tigor " miues were worked by uolon men who tendered inpport totliose who were lockeil out. To lireak up tlie uuion (leneral tlurtls ordered a shut down of botb mines nini will not allOW union men to bn i-mpuyed at auy point in the country. Euobnb BUWOH, the notorious outlaw nnd train rObbaT, was ibot and killed near h'ranklington, l.a., last week, by a posse. Detective Johnson of tho Southern Express Company lias been ou Uuncli's trail for tlie past three mouths. BnBOb lias roblied tralni iu Ijouisiana, Mississipiii. Kloriila, Georgia and Texas. Uunch aml another of tho gang, Colouol Hapgood, were surroundod in a ileuse swauip near Houey Island, on tho I'earl rlver. Ilunch, who had sworn never to be taken nllvo, showod tight and was riddled with liulletH. At a reeent aecldent at the glass workH at Hartford Clty, Jod., four of the llve men killed wero married. Tlie contractor, J. Y. Sinltb, wsb away at the tluie of tho sad oc curreuce. He came home at ouce, aw that Foreign. Thk genuine Asiatic cholera is at Ham burg, Antwerp aml Havre. An explosion occurred in a coal mino in Wales, on last week Thursday, and the rlames got such headway tliat, 150 men lost their lives by being burned to death. Gknkral Hknhk PbTVA, a retired offlcer of tlie I'nited States ariuy, comudtted sui cide at a hotel in London, recently, at the ago of eighty-two years. Ho was alono, and was tomporarily In9ane. The International poace congress opened at Derne, Switzerland, last week. Nearly all the European nations aro representeif. and there are several delegates from Amer ica. Belva I.ockwood mauo an address. Tlie ICnilrond Slrike. The strike at BulTalo of the switchmen on tho Erie, Lehigh Yalley and other roads spread to the New York Central aml 'West Shore ou Wednesday of last, week. Tho entiro Eourtli Brigade of tho New York mi litia was ordered out tho same day. Two strikers who had a schemo for ditcliing the fast mail which leaves BulTalo over tlie Central at 11 A. m. were arrestod. They were oangbt in the act of throwing tlie switch on the main track near Fillmoro ave nuejuat before the train was due to pass. On Thursday, 'i.OOO more troops woro or dered out, making about K.000 at BulTalo. Tlie troopB were jeered by the mob. On Thursday, also, the Nickel l'late switch men went out. Yice-Prosident Wobb re fused to arbitrato tlie dispute, saying that his railroad had plenty of non-union men at work. Tlie work of moving freiffht over tho Central began on Thursday, and it con tinued to grow in extcnt from that time on. Powder was burned and bulleta Hew tbiok and fast at Camp 7, East BulTalo, Friday night. The first order to tire was giveu at midnlgbt, when the Seventy-lirst Regiment guard was called out to repel some men who were stoning a train of non-union men. A volloy was turued loose on them, and they scattered. On Saturday, near the BulTalo Creok connection, where there are stono abutments, a bad place for a wreck, it was found that a lot of links and pins had been wedged in the rails. It is belioved that the strike will be a failure, but if the tiremen vote to strike, the roads will be seriously embarrassed. Rebelllon In Teimessee. The stockade at Olivet Springs, Auder son county, Tenn.. which was attacked by miners, last week Tuesday night, surren dered to the miners, on Wednesday, and tho 'J00 convicts wero taken to Knoxville. Tlie miners were in rebelllon on accouut of the OOnviOt lease system. On Thursday the mi ners attacked the soldiers at Cool Creek, and Captain Anderson was capturod whilo he was bearing a llag of truce. The leader of the mob was tho notorious Bud Lindsay, brother of the United States attomey for that district. Lindsay put a pistol to Ander son's head and told him he raust order his men to snrrender or he would shoot. An derson answered that he would never tell his men to snrrender. Threats were made to 1 nch Anderson. General Carnes left for Cool Creek with a force of militiamen ou Thursilay. In the night time there was a sbarp flgbt, which the troops won, and the next day the miners surrendered. Cap tain Anderson was found to be alive. Gov ernor Buchanan issued a proclamation on aaturaay, calling on citizens to assist in rostoring order. Budd Lindsay lias been lynched. l.indsay was a deputy United States marshal. Obituary. Bbard. Died, at his home in Orange, Au gust 18, of acuto dysentery, Kondall Beard, aged oighty-seven yoars'and six months. Decoased was a native and lifeloug resident of Orange, His father, a pionoor in Orange, lived thero until niuety-one years old, on the old homestead he clearod from the primitivo forest. Ho was born in oastern Massachusetts, wliere his Snotch ancestry had lived for three genorations. Tho fam ily came from tho lowlauds, whero repre sentatives now livo, near tho home of Burns, in Ayr, Scotland. It is a family of sturdy, ludtutriouii bonest farmers, The decoased had many friends aud no enemios. Ue saw seven genorations, distinctly remembering bla great-grandmother, and heartily enjoy Ing the sight aml thoughts of his llve great grandchililreu, After sixty-two years of unliroken domostlc felicity, he buried his companion two years ago, and has siuce pa tiently thoiigh longingly awaited the liual VmmOMi evidontly ready aud glad to go. His lust were his best days. Generous aud trustful, he pledged aud lost his hard-earned fortuue as surety for another, many years ago, yct met the crushing blow with heroic courage. His ambition was to do his whole duty, and do it well. A loug lifetiine tilleil with hard work Is his evidenco of lidolity to family and friends. Seoking neitbor oflico nor honors, still he never shirked tho public duties his fidlow-citi.ous imposed upOH him. The oblld of plous Cliristiau parents, he was a faithful reader of the Word of God, and, "with mnlice toward none aml cliarity for all." he held a simple, cliilillike Irust in the otily Savior, and, thoiigh without, a per sonal public pnfession of Christ, he yet walki ii iu the light, as God gave him to see it. Only most ,ilTe tionato memories of oblldrao, grandobUdren aud friends duster around bll Obertlbed namo and uoble ex ample. After an illness of less thau four days, he neacefiillv fell asleep aud wa ten dorly laid to rest by the side ol his compan ion tud parents. With one heart, and voiee his family aml friends iuiito iu this grateful tribute of rttlection, aml sorrowful last farewoll. kiiki frlend, bnvi tiuHrt, Hilieut UWI ilutleit il,itA, Uh tisttlei o'er, l.'ived 0UN RWall to welculuu you, To JdIii thcin on thu MhlnltiK nfiore. iieinH ( i Intenat Dlfing thee weeks ei?lity-olie casea of hfirses overcoiae hy the lieat wero re portod to the Philadelphin Society for the pTevontlnn of Crneltv to Aninmla. HHni Ungiunn. aged sixty, a prosper on.s fanner residing in the tnwn of Fish Lake, cnniiiiitted nioidt by Riispfnding himself from a troo with liarbed wire. TnlxsrotiH l)OK'ifas for winter uso lnust D6 kept in a cool, lry plaOO nntil they Insist on growing. When they ro fnso to loiiger rvmain dormant pot them and let them grow, Joo Wobb, the sovonteen-year-old glant dnim BUiOI of the CittMBI1 band, of Meinphi!, when dressed in full nni- form is said to nieasure S feet 7 inchea to the top ot liis plume. An exhibition called tho "Magic MaW) of Mirrors" has spning np iu London, As tho visitor enters the door he sees a crowd lieckoiiing him from a hundred different angles an effect pro duced by OM stuffed image. The greatest snmmer danger comea, as has lieen said so many thousand times, from imcleanliness. If peoplo would insist on breatbing puro air and living in clean houses and neighbor boodl the nverage length of human lifo would lie increased by ten yare. Get a couiinon earthenware pitcher, the comnioner tho better, as it will bo the moro porous, wrap it all around, leavlng no inch of it bare, with wet flannel. Keep tbe flannel wet and the water will ihortly be as cold as is good for drinking purposes, almost ice cold. Fresh evidence of tho straying pro pensities of tho umbrella is furnishel by tho rocent aunual salo of unclaimed goods at a London depot of the Oreat Eastorn Railway company. No fewer than 1,81)7 umlirellas woro disposed of, all of which had been found unattended in tho couipany's carriages and waiting rooms. Tho Rev. Elijah King, aged eighty nine years, an energetic Baptistpreacher of the old school, which surmounted every obstacle, walked from I'arkbam to Wellington 7J miles the other day to attend a qnarterly meeting. If that doesn't illustrafco old time rtligious vigor we should like to hear of a case that does. N An elderly lady who lives near At lanta, is deaf. A few weeks ago she rode on an electric rar for the first tirue in her life, and when she retumed homo she declared that sho could hear perfectly whilo on au electric car. One of the family went with her, boarded an electric car and found that the elderly lady could hear perfectly. A faimer of North Muhoning town ship, Pa., purchased some phosphate a few mouths ago. It was not all used and several poundi remained in a barrel. where a nest was mado for a hon. The hen hatobed thirteen chicks in sixteen days. Another hen was set at tho samo time, but it took her the usual time three weeks to bring out her brood. Uunis in Dohemian has a curious found, but no less an enterprise has been undertaken by Professor J. D. Sladek. tho editor of the Praguo newspaper Luinir, then a translation of some 150 ef the songs and ballads of Purns into Czech. This version is shortly to bo pub lisbed by the Royal Academy of Science and Letters in Prague. In every in stance tho Bohemian translatoT has pre lerved the rxietrical forxn of theorigioal, an eztraordiuary feat of skill and pa tience. A glacier has Ijeen found in southern California, and now American prido ougbt to lie satisfied. For many years tradition has told uf such a pheuomenon of nature, and recently an expedition was sent out to investigato tho matter. The tradition was verified, for upon the levels of (ireyliack mountain, tho great est of tho San Bernardino rauge, a gla cier one mile long and ou the averago of 200 feet in depth was found. Tho icy mass, according to computatious made, moves downward at tho rate of forty soven feet a year. Natukal law, without Ood's will bo bind it, is uothing more in itself than a glove without a hand within it. Nat ural law, of itfclf, uo more causes grass to grow and the sun to shine than it plows the ground and bows the wheat. Tbere must be a will behind law or law is inoperativo. Joseph Vook. The Wny to Save. " The way to get rich is to save money by regular system," said the pret-ident of a savings bank to the writer. "One of our depo9itors early in the existence of this institution was a uewsboy. He sold papers on Penn sylvania aveuue. Every day he camo in and deposited twenty-live cents. He ntver missed a da' when tho bank was opeu, aud after awhile he had accuniu lated over 1,000. He drew out the cash and bought a piece of land with it. Now he is a well-to-do citizen." The dillicult thing with most people is to make the lirst start in saviug. After one has gotten together a few dollars in a reserve fund an appetite for accumu lation is accjuired. It bt comes an object in life to put something r.si.le, which roprcsenis an lusurancc against nustor tune. People in this country are not niuch givcn to saving, compareil to Eu ropeans. They usually livo up to the last pcnny of their iucomes or just a little beyond. This is certainly very unfortunate. In 0M6 of loss of employ nient, sull'ering for the wa;e-eaiin-r and his family is apt to follow. Wathing ton St(ir. Worse TbtD t'oulagion. Speaking of our schoolhouses, a writer says: "A closer examinatiou shows iu many cases a shocking state of alTairs. We do not believe many ol our fathers ar.d mothers kuow the con dition of the outhouses found here. I can only say, go and look at them. Soe the tllth, read tho low vulgar scrawls writteu on the duors and walTs. Many limos they are in such a dilapidated conditiou that they are unttt for use altogether. Too often the same vile sluff may be found on the back of the sehoolhou.se itself. Can any one esti mate tho terrible result of such asso ciation upon ihe lives of the chlldren? We will not allow a child having a con lagious disease to attend school, and yet here is that which will pollute and endanger worse than any disease. Indigestion. HORSFORD'S Acid Phosphate. Promotea dlge9tlon with out injury and thereby re lioves dlseases caused by Indigestion of tho food. The best remedy for headache proceedlng from a dlsorder ed stomach. Trial bottlc mailcd on rcceipt of 25 cents in stamps. Rumford Chemical Works, I'rovidcncc, R. I. m Sure as Sunrise the best chew is B-L Toliacco. GiYes solid comfort with every plug. )ouscj)olb. Contrlbutloiii to thln donnrtnient niHy tf innt eltlier to l)n. T. II. IIokrinb, Newport. Vt., or ll- rectlj to TIIB WaTC'HMAK PtlBLIHHlJIO Compahy. Look Ont for the Trlfles. It is In little thlngs that those subtU dlfTerences betwein the woman of thi world and the DOViOt are most niarked Important trilles are an essetitlnl part 01 beanty's envinmnicnt. One mny posses. atl of the VlftUM of splendid character BOC yet fall to strike the kewiotc of populai IttONU In any glven direi tlon bec.iuse ol MftaiO crudities of mantier, dress, lookl anil general envlronment. It Is tlierel'or of the utmost itnportaiice to every one wh( nspires to popnlur NOOgnltlOD lo remeinbei that, it Is not only a duty to inh&BM BW sonal cliarms to tlie QtmOtt, but to ndd tln reflnlng and irreslstible attract ions of UTJ selflshuess, thoiiglitfulness, delicacy and regard for minor detaila of the toilet, dress speech nnd benrlng tonaturnl ndvantngvs Wlieti woman says of dress or society "I do not care for either; I regard tioth aj a bore nnd wnste of time; 1 do not believe in giving my precious hours to frlvolities aml useless pastime; I have somet hing ol more iinportnticc to think about," sht tultifies lierscdf with n crude kind of sell Mtisfaotion whioh uolndM the blgbei ideas and, liowever flne lier nat ural men tal eiidowments, at once proclaims liersell Ignorant of the most powtrful lawi ot dlffertntlatioQ iii the HotDdtng scale 01 complex btttnan devolopment. .lenness Miller acknowledges that crude conditions of life wlll always exist, but there is no reason why any one who hastbc leisure, opportunity and means for barmo DlOtU development of taste should ollng to the old ascetic notion of the unWOTthilMM of the body. and desplse and noglect the functions which are devotud to pleasure pure and simple, It is a duty to seek society, not only for mental itnprovenieiit, but for tlie itimului afforded to the blood and getarnl liealth by pleasurable relaxution from serious duties, aml culture of manner, which is ijtiite aa important as the development of tlie mind. To all properly constitutcil peo ple society that is, association with one's fellows for the mere delight of compnnion ship should afford genuine satisfaction, and healthfully constituted people have a perfect right to resist the pensHnism Wbict inveighs against those important tritks that are qntta as necessary to well roundeil character as are the serious interests which come from profound study and parlicipa tion in pbilantbrqpby and moral reform, Vartety is needed for hartnouious growth. ChtWffO Ihrald. CASES of INSANITY From thc Effects of "LA GRIPPE,, Are Alarmingly Prevalent. SUIOIDES From thc Samo Cnuse arc An nounced in Every Paper. Would you be rid of the awful effeota of La Grippe ? Tlure BUT OXE SUBE BEHEOT that NEVEH FAILSi trll. : DANA'S SARSAPARILLA! We Bnanuitee to CUBE you or BE FUND your money. COl'LI) WE J)0 M0BE1 ISN'T IT WORTH A TRIAL ? Degrees of Mouriilng. Dress is n curiously impressionnble, not to say niediumistic, material. It can be made to express gayety and severity, co quetry and prudishness, pride and humili ty, good taste and every degrce of tnste lessness, but to try to make it express unmitigated nnd, it is to be presunied, un mitigable woe is pushing its capacities entirely too far. Beoause uo matter how perpetual your real anguith may be, after j a certain time has elapied faahion ordalns that the blackuess ot darkness shall bo "lightened," aud that after a certain addi tional period it shall be renounced alto gether, so that those who supposed by your dress a year or two ago that you were in consolable now give your altered olothing astartled glanceand tnentally exclaim, "So she is not so inooosolable after all I" The very possibility of such a remark buing made oUtragM a sensitive nature. If "deep mourning" symbolizos a broken heart, then "half mourning" signilies tliat the two pleces are in process of reuniting, and left-off mourning means that thu crack Unolonger visible. If one would avoid the cold blooded conclusion one must not give bereavcmeiit a blacker hue by draplllg it, in funerenl tawdriness purchased at tho "mourning counter." To wear mourning after n death is no more ueedful than to "wear rejoicing," if such a thing were pos sible, after a birth. Tlicro needs no other lymbol of your joy iu the latter case nor of your grief in the former. If our clothes must express our extroui est einotious. the garnient of praise is to preferred to the spirit of heaviuess. NEW LIFE. HERV I)U. K. 0. WKST'S NERVK AND HKAIN TKKAT mknt. a ipeolfla fot Uytterlfti MitdneHi Pltt, Neu riilnin, Hi'iutnchi', Nifrvtms l'rctrttinn otQjiq y Klcntiol or tobMOOi W'nkt'fuliH'HH, Mentnl n')rt'i ituii, HofteiiliiK nf Brusi, CHUttinK liiAiiitity, inltiery, OWtfffi dtMthi rroimtiirt' old Ktze, Haminu'Xi(t l.oss of jrOWVf in eltlier mx, Iiniiot'iicy, litMicorrbOBt iii-i all Ketnale VHltiies8en, lnvoluutitry l.osnfH, Spi'nnHtorrlni-.i iniiisimI hy ovt'r-exi-rtloii of brutn, Kelf-ribnse, i Ker-f inlulneiit;t'. A nontn'l trt'atmeiit , Pl I fr f5, b m ill. Wm QOaWftOtM lx bOZOI to cur. neb oriU-r for h hoxcn, with wlll himhI wrttton nimruiitt'e rrfuinl If nnt OUMd. (J'ntr autuen litueaonlybj LESTBR H. OKKENK, arug Klnt itinl boIu Ht'iit, Sh State Street, Moutpuller. Vt. JAPAIMESE SOAP. W lPAT.SFJTiy-"77j; J bS0AR J , Ntrlctly Pure. Bett in tb6 w il l i"i I.aun.lry, Aith of ToUet. wni not reuow, ittck ot pi-eon tho -lotht'H like (tuups in.olt' inoslly nf rom. t mitnln no llthy H-ea(ie-Kiviin( Kre;iM-; t' i. E AN K8T SoaI' Madk. XWnTtiV curet r iireventi tharjK-il haiuln. ne iiHiiul'in'tnr- nlio tlie Kxtra I'ale, Aiuertcan Kxtra, vinir h-UMlan. (lolden RuloBoapti all stundurd miMiin this market. Soltl hy ull Kn.rer8. Manufacturt .l only hy risli M'P'O OO., Nii ioHu. I.l, Mat. A GOLDEN KEY U bMlnjMg c-dnoaUon. it BUoolu ttMtrMMUMQf the worhl It keejm the wolf from th- loor. hcuU the dlt'k, elothe the uaketl, atol ludl the ioNneior hy the iileuttiiiiteNt pnilot to honorahte lUOflMti lteauflfiil I'roniifctiKi of the Hunlett HuMttieti aiol .Shorthautl t'olleno free hy mail, or at the oMlee. Elevator entram'e, li'ij Watthtntou stret, Hontou. ifFLAGS! 1 ItuiitliiK FIiikh, I'.i 1 -. TorohMi IVntH, anil C'ttmpiilicit Ouoila you chii buy Clumper ln tlie State than out. Itemoeratle, repiihllraii or hrnlilhltlon l.-tt.-n-.i Mw aml HatinurB at lower prleei thatt In Hontun. l'rlott-llit oa applh'Htloii. THE TUTTLE COMPANY, RUTLAND, VT. EBtahllithed M yeHrs. Kefttr to auy bttuk Inthe state. 8 ' ' FIRST G0LD M0RTGAGES. l'.,.i.linoid. nty aml Fanu Lont. HerfWt weuiity. iiinhi r ....... . W . . I XOK I N V tS 1 1 1 M C O Huk. Women and l'arliameutary Law. A point upon which women must ini prove themselves is in masterin tho dilli culties of parliamentary law. Theamouut of knowledga raqalred to conduot an onli nary meeting is not very exacting. It is painfully embarrauing for a wom an to attempt to conduct a meeting who does not oomprehend the limplest routiae of business; who does not know the differ- enoe bet ween a motion and a resolntlon and eannot determine wbether or no a point of order be well taken. ItUembar raaetng to tbf chairman, and it is quite as embarrassing to her friends, who somehow always feel as if they wrc personally re- iponaible tot her blunden and Ignoranoe. Bnt it is cbeering to note how mpidly women are leamlng. This is strikiiiKly tbown to any one who has attended an an nual convention several years in succes sion. At each there is a marked ailvance iu correct methods, in tho smoothuess aud promptness with which business is traus acted In ten years or llve it is not unsafo to prophecy that women in general will kuow as niuch about speakiii aud the proper manner in which tneetlngl thould beoondncted as they now know about oooking aud lewlng, They have many more opportunities to learn than they have ever had before. The club, tlie society, political, benevolent aud religious, are omnlpreeent, and the woman'i national c ion is an established institution. ' e t ols aLd universities are dotng a i 'at tl for the comiuK generatlon. 1 ; now have their debatiiiK clubs aud sociotioa. QKicHQG Iiiter-Oeean. dticos moro ocial dlstress, but the ovils it enlails upon pi sterity are no worse than those irapt sed by the to baoco habit, if they are o bad. It has been argued that tobacco does not pro duce organie disease. This is not true. It causes a failute of the eyesiuht and brlngs on a tobacco heart which uoth ing can cure. .. II. Ktllogg, M. I). A "Bd lny " for ( hlldren. w i About onceamontb I notlced that my two ItFOng, aOtiVfl chlldren grew what was called "cross." I deteriuined to watch for Ihe cause, and discovered that even the In fant boy can only statid a certain amoiiut Of cxercise witbOUt baooming "WOIH out." When therefore at niKlit I found one or the other particularly "cranky," I would say U myself: "It la time this child was rested. Tomorrow must be a 'bed day.' " The chlldren OfiduatOud that this was iu liowiso punisbment, but a simple sanitary measure. P'aytblngt tbere were in plenty, but no gettiOg but of lied. How that room dirl look, lOmetimel! Ont papers, toys, erytbtng in every direotlon, bnt I knew that the little leus and body were obtain ng a much needed rest, and what, did a little clutter tnorc or loss amount to? The next day they would be as brlght and "chlpper" as youtiK robins. I llrmly believe that by tbis plnn I have warded off many a little attack of actual illuess by building up the physical strenth so that sickness could not take a hold. This plaa I believe to be oriKinal with me, but I am not only williiiK to give it away to all mothers, but to send 11s well heart y good wishes with t.IIoucko iers' WtMt The " Tobacco Heart." A phyiiolAQ only forly yenrs of age came to uie, aml wlicti I txwnined him I said he had a tobacco hoait, and that he mnit Itop smoking or dio. He said he did not si o why tobacco should hurt blm at that ftge, whcu his falher aud tnoiher, who were each alghty yenrs old, had smoked all thoir lives an I weru hnlo and hearty. I replied that bis father and mother bad Bmoked his heart away. I reiueiuber ouo youug man, only Iwouty, with a bad tobacco heart, who did not uudeistand why ho could uot smoko as his faili. r and grandfather had done beforo him. A great many nervous diseases, cases of ucuralgia, hysteria, etc, as well as heart disease, are dirccily or ituii rectly attributable to tho use of tobacco. I am sure that the nex! geu eration will be convinced of the enor mity of the evil, which is second only to that of alcobol, and perhaps in some respects worse. The alcohol habit pro- A Discoiitented Voiiinn. As I write. a tiftlghlKir eorns in and com metices to worry and fret for fear her boys will not do riLrht, and ithe ehafes oonstant- ly because they live 011 a fai m instead of iu town. She lives iu the slmdow aud tuakes all around her unbappy. She bai not learned to see the silvei lining to tln clouds that I'it across tlie path of all. I.ast snmmer we went for a picnic. Din uer was late a half bour. aud tbis Delgb bor kept granibling and said there would be nothing lit to cnt, I pitied tbe busbnnd, for his wile was 11 trial to him and we all knew it. After a spleudid dinner was served wo elimhed a tdtff and Mt watching the dnekl tllting on the rlppllng waters below. A mother duok was teaclilng her ducklings how to swini. Some tang songs White we tossed pebbles i 11 to the waler be low, and I know we were all thinking of the days of our chtldhood wrben we wore gleefnl, bapp; ohlldren While we were lost inineniory the neigh bor called out jeeringly: "Do look at them! They act as tbOUgb they were half witted." The husband lauglied and said, "Our folks over yonder don't. know how to have good times; they'll neversee 'sermons in stones, books in riinuing brooks.' " She was blind to tbe be.iuty everywbero revealed. for nature was in ecstaey. Clty (iirls in Country HomeN. One clty glrl can work more havoc in a gniet country homo than a frost in August. Every daughter is flred with an ambition to wear her hair in some delightfully be coming mantier, and thus spends hours be fore the tiny mirror in the room under the eaves when other duties are positively ap peaUng with tean in their cyes for her presence, The neat gowns are torn apart and made simplv hideous by the amateur drestmaker's attempta at, remodeling on tho city modiste'i plans. lot the city vision but btirst upou the view of the country congregation and tho following Sunday will seean array of heal gear that would make the most violent nighttnare turn green with envy, while the youths who form the beaux of the back- woods aettlement llterally bow down aud worship at the shrine of this new type of Woman, who, in contrast with the maida and matrons they have always known, seems like somo ibiulng, flaabing meteor amotig a bost of pale aud unchanging cou tellattona. Ah, the heartburnings, the jealousies, the broken romances and the unknown de sires and longings that come to tliese peaceful dwellers through the dUtrnctinv inflnenoe of those city girls. Woman's Eoonomleia The most recklessly extravagant woman has a vein of economy somewiiere in her composition. Economy is Inirn ina woman. It may not develop in a manner to prove either beueflcial to herself or lier husband. Yet there will always be some point at which she will refrench, will look well to the pennies aud think aud calculate with the ablest flnancier. She may be willing to pay 100 for a gown, but will thop all over town to save ten cents u yard 011 tlie liuing. She may tpend llve dollars for a rido in tho park, but the will begrudgo livo cents car fare when out shopping. She may Itint the table at one time and be wildly extravagant at another. She may ruin a whole garnient by the desire to flnish it oheaply, which desire has remorsefully seized her at tlie last moment, but there is ono thing in which ibl never econouiizes. When she loves she loves witli her whole heart. Tbere is no stint only a givmg of all the wealth of her alfections. Therefore do not laugh at her little economies; simply remember that a woman to la- womanly must be just made up of those contradic tions that seem so ridiculous to the avarsffe masculiue mlud. Two Dtefal Tbings. There are two tbinga that I never travel a day's journey without: One is my tooth brush, which I need after every meal, for I don't want to go intotbeuext world tooth less, much less through tbis. 1 want my good, strong, white, even teeth, which cost me years of infant agouy and led toin- numerable bowlf , but never enriohed a dentiat. I want them toeat with, to laugh with, possibly I may even want to gnash them when I shut down my trunk Ud on ny llngers, for an instance, and theu they lnust be tlrni rooted to sland tlie str.ilu 80 1 keep them in good order hj one of t bt duties I owe the liouse lieautilul, of wblch they are the ivor gates. The next thing l must have ia a lemon. ttiaeaayto get as far aaOail Bamilton from a leiuon, ati.l I dou't t 1 1 r 1 l. Iliim you that I use a half lemon for sonp. Tliat is, 1 just swab my faco and bands with it lie fore retlring, and it wipeeout every (reekle and keeps my skin as i lear as wax. Somo people like freekles. 1 don't. I tried faco lllassage alld lotions, but tlie freekles never budged. Now I bavtn't a slngle one. and k's all owing to the potenty o( a lemon. Detroit Free J'rets. No other sarsaparilla possesses the combiuation, proportion aud process which make Hood'sSarsaparilla ptculiar to itself. CxtLDaaN Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Childkkn Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.