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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOtJRNAL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1892.
7 istclhmi). Onr Only Inv. Were ttila our onlj Any, DM "t our yeatenlnya aiirt inorrowa lve Tn Impo hikI tiipiiiorv tliolr lnterplay. llow itMtM wo bear to llve? Not merely wtMl OU nrc, Bttl wluit we were nnd wlmt we are to lie, Mke ii) our llfp the fnr ilaya OMtl atar, Tlie neardaya iiobula1. AI rmce would lnve forKet lta keeu ltirBtittn Riul eoy ilelaya of t'llaa Al(l IM MMOM M1K of f"Urt retfret, Were tlit'rc M dftf t'ut t ti lp . Anrl wlio, 10 wl ' frtetnl, Wotlld to tlie aecreta of hla henrt I n vlte A t. ,h i that alioilld. lieitlh amt oml Btlwitn i iuy ukl utKiitv Who, too, would pauap to prrttc f inault, or hHttOttabtl allnht or MOf&i Who woulil thla nllit lte down to ItOOp with hate, Were there to he no tnorn? Who would take hHd to wrotiK, To tnlaery'a eotnplMliit or plty'a calt, The long wall or t lie weak aKalnat Iho atroux, If I hla 0B0 rtny were all? And what werewealth with ahame, ThO vantty f ofllce, pftdo of caste, The wlny aparkle of IbO bttbbtO fame, If IbJI day werc Iho laat ' Ay, what were all daya worth, Were there no lOOatlfLf harkward or hefore lf eyery liutnan Uto that dropa to earth WON lolt f UTO V Of U10T0? ltut each day ta a liuk Of daya tbat imsa Riid never paaa away; For memory aud hope to llve, to thluk Each ta oor only day. C'oatet Kintiey, in lnrjer's Magazint, Womcu WhO Never Qrotr Old. Professor Buchner of Darrustadt has iusl issued an iuierestirjg volume on lougevity. His investigations point to the conclusion that woruen live longer than mcu. Here is oue of the curious cases of centeuarians mcntioned by the German savant : l,The age of 158 years was reached by Marie Prioni, who died in 1838 at St. Colombe, in France. During the last ten yearB of her life she lived entirely od cheese and goat's milk. She retaiued her tueutal faculties to the la&t tuoment, but her body was so shriveled up that she ouly weighed forty-two pounds. Theskiu was drawn like parchment over tlie bones." In another Jinteresting paragraph it i8 pointed out tbat sotne women have kept their dazzling beauty into old age. One of Dr. Buchuer's instances is the fam ous Faula de Viquier of Toulouse, Pe trarch's contemporary, and one oi the most beautiful women of all times : " Wheuever she appeared in the street a swarm of inquisitive persons sur rounded her. This caused such dis turbance that she was ordered by the Toulouse parliament never to appear iu the street without a veil. But the public was so enraged at this command that the lady had to be deBired to appear unveiled at her window twice every week. She retained her great beauty and her sylph-like figure to the age of eighty. More curious still than this preservation of beauty is the fact pointed out by Dr. Uuchner that in the case of not a few old women a complete rejuvenation takes place ata time when ordinary mortals arrive at the i Last scene of all That (Mids tlils strange evontful hlstory; Haus teeth, sans oyoa, huiis taate, gaua every-thluK- The Marquise de Mirabeau (says the author) died at the age of eighty-six, when the freshness and brightness of youth had returned. A nun, Margaret Verdur, when she was sixty-five years old, lost all her wrinkles ; her eyesight became perfect; a set of new, stroug teeth pierced her gums, aud she died ten years later looking like a young girl. Commiiuistic Insects. Never among maukindcau we flnd so absolute and complete an absorption of the individual by the social group as in the cities of auts aud bees, where indi vidual proiierty has never, it seems, been imagiued. Iu these republics, what one citizeness has for herself be longs to the others. Does a liungry bee meet one laden with booty return ing to a city, she lightly taps her on the head with her antenun.', and instantly the latter hastens in a sisterly way to disgorge part of the nutriment provis ionally stored in her own stomach. Auts proceed in the sanie way as bees, but in addition the ant thus sustaiued is very careful to show her gratitude. "The ant who feels the need of food," says Iluber, " begins by tapping her two autenn;e, with a very rapid move ment, upou the antenua- of the ant from whom 8he expects succor. Im ruediately they may be seen apjiroach ing one another with open mouth aud extended tongue, for the communica tiou of the liquid which one passes to the other. During this operation, the ant who receives nourishment does not cease to caress the friend who ia feed ing her, contiuuing to move her an tennie with singular activity." The collective system of property must have lasted among auts aud bees for mauy thousands of years; for, apart from cases of demoralization, such as may, for example, be produced among bees by giving them a taste for drunken neBs, these intelligent insects show the most absolute deference and devotion to Bocial property. Their primitive eelflshuess has broadened out into a collective or patriotic egotism. But these very social species, with their more than Christian charity, have not reached this high degree of civilization at one bound. In the ant and bee worlds, u.- in our own, there are sava ges. There are still at the present time certain Bpecies of ants ignorant of the divisions of labor, carried so far among their civilized congeners. Prop erty; Its Oriyin and Develoiment. Ten nnd No. In the speech of eo highly developed a people as the Celts, there iB no equiv alentto "yes;" thus it happens that you shall never hear an Irish waitcr pronounce the shibboleth "yessir" of his English confrere, for he invariably expresses an afllrmative by Bome such phrase as, " I shall, eirl" " It is, sirl" Vet among aome uncivilized tribeB not only is there a word expressing "yes," but it assumes a diff ereut f orm according to the sex or age of the speaker. ThuB among the Abipones of South America, as Dobrizhoffer informs us, for " yes " the men say hee, the women say haa and tho old nicn give a grunt. This is a renncment which we Aryans have docidcd, perhaps riglitly, to bo unnec essary; tor thouun our M if!" and " nayl" carry no more inforraatiou now than the N.mskrit hi and na did many thouBands of years ago, they are quite lUffloltnt for all praclical purposes. But the Abipoues might fecl as niucb cmliarrassed by the use of our lazltM BfHrmative and negative syllablcB bb we 8hould do in atlcmpting to cxprces our mcaning in tho languagc of the Grtbo tribes of AVeat Africa, in which the use of personnl )ionouns is dis peused with, and gesture is employed to show whctber a verb is in the lirst, secoud or third person. Blaofewood'l Maguzint. Wot Alieatl of tlie Noblenian. Lord Charles Ilamilton used to go about Naples attenckd by a large, fero cious bulldog. Haviug decided on goiug to Home, he procecded to the Btatiou aud took his place iu a llrst class carriage, tbe " dawg " taking up a po3itiou on a seat opposite his mas ter. The platform iuspector, with many gesticulations, dcclarcd that tlii: bulldog should not travcl in a pasacnger carriage. "Very well, then; lake him out," was Lord Charlie's rejoindcr. In vaiu the ofllcial expostulated. He merely reiterated his forrner reply, a piecc of advice, it is needlees to say, which was not followed, and Lord Cnarles, apparently rnaster of the situ ation, threw himself back in his 8eat and calmly ligbted a cigar. But the Italians were not to be outdone, and quietly detaching the carriage in which the English " milod " was scatcd, they madc up the train with another com partmeut, and started it off. Lord Charles sat quietly smoking for about a quarter of an hour, and then, sur prised at the delay, thrust his head out of the window, and demauded when the train was golng to start. His feel ings may be imagiued. Lundnn Tit-JSits. Scott's Herolne'l (ienerally Young. Out of thirty of Sir Walter Scott's hero ines sixtet'ti arcdi'sci'ilH'tl as uuder twen ty. uf the other fourteen oiz are ondated. This leaveo us eight, three of whom areiet dowu ns over twenty; two stnrt at one Blde of the liue and are cnrried over to the other; two are by lmplloatlon ratherthan by the lntention of the anthot takeu out uf their "teens," nnd one, Aniy Robeart, Is a herolne "of an uncertaln age," olnce she is hiltorioally a lniihlle aged inatrou nnd (lctitionsly n youthful lride. Of the six undated, the preanmptlon is altogether In favor of the earlier ae. A munber once entettained a olub with the state ment that nearly all Scott's heroines are mot herless. They are K'rls whohnvegrown up in the oompantonshlp of onoletor fathen, older men, and with an early responsiliility of thought nnd actlon. They have had to plan their own wnrdrohes and declde UpoH their own condnct toward their lovers. Some of them liave been liehinl tlie scenes of stirrlnK political BTentt, Nearly all hnve been thrown into oitnatlono where they had to think for themselves, to act with deolslon and in general to fuliiii the whole duties of heroines. The heroines of Boottare, some of them, only Iny Bguret, but at least so far as they have chnracter they are women, nnd they justify theileeds which are done to win them. llow We Feed Other Ratlons. The advanco stateuient issoed from the treasury department of the exporta of domestie bruadstuffs from thti United States for May, 1899, furnishes much in terestiug information. As compared with May of last year, such ezporte have inoreaaed to an aetoniahing degree, le ing valued at lOU.MOJSl in May, 1801, and ifw'72,-470,023 in 1802. Taking these two months, we fiud thnt with the oxception of barley the export of all thebreadstuffslwivegrowu enonuously. For lnstanoe, COr&, 11,072, (98, as against 11,431,030; oats, 473,052, as against 12,22; rye, ij443,440, as against nothing; wheat, 0,042,414, as against 0,007, 808, and so un. Not less interesting iH it to notice whloh are onr leading ports of export for breadstuffs. Of course New York tnkes the lead in this, there having boen shijiped from here breadstuffs to tho value of $8,068, 810. During the same time there were exjiorted from the following places breadstuffs valued as follows: Balti more, 8,108,S00! PbJUdelpbia, 2,808, 017; New Orleans, $1,14,(H0; Boston, 1,014,031; San Francisco, 823,0H4; Du luth, 458,278; Newirt News, Va 1830,971, and Chicago, 244,074. These shipinents from Newport News were nndotibtedly to the oountrlee south of us, which, under reciprocity treaties, are taking more of our breadstuffs than formerly. But see how Duluth, "the zenith city uf the misulted seas," luoms up M & place of export for breadstulfs, beatiug Chicago in this respect two one. Whj People Lose Wclght in Siimmer. To most persons the summer season is a time of excitement instead of quiet rest, as it should be. With the appnjach of wann wenther most peojile begin to lay plans for vacations and enjoyments, and in a little while have worked them selves into a state of excited anticipa tion. Not only this, bnt they undertake excunsioiiH mjuiring considerable travel, either by land or wator, so that during the heated term they have completely departed from the quiet paths of life trodden so steadily all the rest of the year. Now it is a well known fact that the majority of poople lose woight during the summer. This loss is generally ac counted for by tlie smaller quantity of food consumed during wann weather, bnt we should say that tho excitement incidental to vacations and traveliug was as much responsible for it as tho other. It is a question if onr Indian Buminer, the most charming season of the year, wonld not make a better vaca tion period for the majority of people. A Preferred Creditor. A good Btory is going the rounds about a New York merchaut who re cently failed for a large amount. He called all his creditors together and of- fered to settle with them for ten cents on the dollnr, giving them I1I9 noten, payable in thirty days. As most of the creditors had little hope of gettinj nny tliing, they eagerly accepteu tho iropo sition. One nian, howevcr, stood out for better lenns, and all rtTorts to get hitn loaene werc futile. Finally the bankrupt took him out into tho hall nnd said: " 'cn you coaie iu an sign mit de udders, den 1 make you preferred creditor," "All rlght," Mtd the kicker; " under thnse circuni9tances I will agree to a Bcltlemenl." Tbe papers were signcd, and all the creditors left cxcept the one who had been told he was to Dt jircferred. " Vat are you VtUng foi?" said tbe mau who had failed. " Why, you said I was to bo preferred. I am "waiting to kuow what 1 am to get." " Vcll, I tell you you get DOtlDgi." " Get nothing? AVhy, you promised to make rae a preferred creditor, if I would sigu with the rest." "And so you are. I make you preferred. I tell you now you gets notiugs. De udderB wait thirty days beforc dey know it, and den dey gets uotings." l'uper Mill. The Lnrgost Flowrr In the Worldi In Ulndlnao, the f artheet ontheeietert islaud in tbe Philippine group, Bpon one of its monntains, the volcanic Apo, a party of botanical and ethnograpliical exploren fonnd reoently, at a height of 2,500 feet above tho sea level, a colossal flower. The discoverer, Dr. Alexander Schadenberg, could scarcely lelieve his i yes whjsn he saw atnid tho lowgrowing bnshes the uumense buds of this flower growlng like gigantic wibbage heads. But he was still more astonished whei, he founda specimen in full bloom, afive petaled flower nearly a-yard in diotneter, as large as a carriage wheel, in fact. This ejiormous blossom was liorne on a sortof vine creeping on the ground. The native who acoompanled Dr. Schadenberg called it "bolo." The party had QOSOale by which the weight of the ttower OOQld lx? ascertained, but they imjirovised a swinging scale, using their boxes nnd spwiiuens hh weights. Weigh ing these when opportunity served, it was found thnt a lingle flower weighed over twenty-two pottnds. It was lmpoasible to transport the fresh flower, so the travelers photOgrSphed it nnd dried a nuiuber of its leaves by the hent of n fire. dBbucational. BUSINESS AND SHORTHAND oltQt ELEVATOR ENTRANCE : 694 TrOTZSLSH BOSTON. Beautiful Prospectus frec by mail or at the oMico. Individual Instruction. Students asiisted to sltuations. New Hampshire College Offt'rs studtMita artes. i hty ;i chnicf uniniiir fivc lolentlflo mn tUM Agncultare, Gb8intrr- neonanioai Kiiint i'rnin, Kieotncal khiimmtIiii;, r tlie (jtitieriil CourtBi wmoh ipeolmlly (k8liu'rfor women! a promlnent place is :ivtMi to workHlmp Hiirt liiborHtory tiistrnrttnn. Expeoiei nunkrate wttn ttbtnu prorltiom for the nasistHiire of dfeenr hiLr itndent. i'r oatalojrue. etc, itddreM ttaf Dfftii ProfeBior II. PBTTEE, Hanover, N. H. THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Randolph, Vermont, OtTcrs h four yearj' Course of Study iu two OOUTtet of two yi'Hrn eaeli. Two Terms a Year of Twenty Weeks Each Befflnnlng the fourtii TtttrttliT iu Auust uiuithe lirot Tuesday iu Keliruary. Seud for a catalogtie. EDWARD C0NANT, Principal. childS Setiool of Shorthand. Kall Term opens Septeiuber BtUKIo Huperior taottttlM for bnpMttng l UlOTOUgfa I'raetieal Jlusluess Kducattoti to yotiu Men aud Woineu. ltiHine8H KottMI Mipplied with eoinpftent asMlatauts. Seud for Cfttalogue. K. B CHILDS. Bpcingfleld, Masa. MINARD COMMERGIAL SCHOOL Waterbury Centor, Vt. Kall Term He(iiis Beptember J, 1HW2. Wlnter Term Begtni Deoember6, 182. cuiieKu PrapoMtarji Oloiiloil, kukiuii. oammer olol Oounoo 0' stiuiy. a Kormel -'i for tooritnn Blootttton, mubIc. PaleHngi nenomUFi Trp. mrtung, Penmonohlp, LKHtiun hoeltbral oad beou tifui. Bxeollonl himrdinn oonmiiiiiuilolloin, Kx- penaefi inoiliTHtu. POBTEB 11 DALBi It 1 1 rlnolptJ gECKER'S BUSINESS COLLECE 492 Main Street, Worcester, Mass. FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 5. StudentB may cnter nnd Ket ntHrtmt Kiiit. I.tboll tultlon tu IwkIii llic Mli 1-nll l.iiinciin uiiil h(irt IihikI couraes. PUPILS ENTER ATANY TIME. The iiatronnue clurln tlie iHat ycr mh tliri'O tUnOO.IMI i)f nll iithcr lilislueaa uud Bliort lmnd - I ruiulitnt'd. I1KST AMl LAHOKST HOOMB. 11K8T COl'BOI. HEhT AM) MOHT Al'l'AlIATI'S. Uou an 11 Barru tiaobim u, .ii. Hiiy ...II.,-, InOOOlnU MHlBttcliuivtU. enrolled durliiK ilie pHSt tt'nniii fcmiul romuneratlve mplormont, and m Imve nmliy ralla for oftli'e ludp lliiil Wf caluiot auiiply. jy Seud for elegaut Freo Cataloguo. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Clfannci and hantlficl tlie halr. Promolffl a Inxiirifltil rriwth Nevei rnild to Hratorr Oray llnir to lts Youthful Golor. Curon i dirai v hair falling. B0ojtndih00j i nitTj:iftn Th Consumptlvc nnd Focble nnd an wh ilfi'f fmm rliaiiti!igdi', ntnnil'i ii"1 Psrkor'a Ointer Tonlc. ItOttfHtnt iTQrMOowpl, Wt-nk Lutig. I irhillly . ln diKrPtitm. Ketnal wraWin'Ks. Hhcuinatim iM 1'nin. Wc 1 1. MlNDEiRCORNS. Tha wl "' nnfcf Oomi IlyV CatawrH CREAM BALM ClrntiteH thfl NhkiiI PllMfNi Allnyn PMln mul I i.tluniiinit loBa HEALS THE SORES S'iinr of Tllttc tiTid Bmelli CaATAoaVA thy the ( rui:HQT"EVER a i .ii ii omlu roiilali.rod. Hu i-i.iifa. I.I.V BROTHKR8, Mi Warren BtrMt, New Vork. I Into enrli noalrll nnd la nta t DruitKlata; DJT D9kU n Clthhnm'f rrittllari nimnrnin1 na lENNYROYAL PILLS -"V Orlitlriitt nnd Only (Jcnulne. A rc, alwayn r-tl aiIp. laoicb, ax IrH(rRlt for Chirhcuttr'a Knglith Pia-i mund Itrnnd Iti Ki d b,u1 OcU mrUlll Sboiei, riucd with Miif rlhtmn. 1 oko ii. i nlhip. Rrfittf. dfinnrrmit nuhxtitu- tiont and imfraMimi. At Iruggliiti, or fl"nrt 1, n Ktrimni r r tnrtlculrirD, t UmfnlnH aj ' UrlWr for I.fidle," n tmtr, l.r rf?tarn ( hlclit'Mtrr ( humlCMlCkh.lUDdUon M(,,mro, $500 Reward! We wlll N Iho aliove reward Tor any caae of i.iver oomphunt, Dpeptu. Mok HMdaoha, tndl. Ketlon, (Ninatliiiitlon or 'oallvelieaa we eannot eure Jfltl VVett'l VogOUblO I.iver I'illa. wlien theillrec Hon ON OtnOtll Oompltod with. They are lilirely yOgOUDlO, and never full to llro MtUfutlOn. NuKar t'oated l.nrue holea. eontalnliiK :ill I'illa, eenta. Bewmn of coQntorfelta ndlmltatloni. Tho Kentllne inHllllfaetnred only l,y 'rilK.PdHN C WKST COMFA NY, OHIOA OO, Ilf Rold ly all drnnnlata. $20 To $30 Per Week Oao be eaally eariied by Ptenoforte TunliiK, whleh muy he learned by either aex without the ald of a niaater. Iiiatrnrttr aent f ree hy mall for vi ccnta. Addreaa H. Moore. I'einlierton Kiiiare, lloaton, Maaa. Auctiqn Sale ! There wlll he nol l, on the nreinUes, at puhlle auc- tlou, M I iv. OetolnT 10, 1H'J, ut oue o'cloek '. M., the property kuown as the icren, niore or less, And otie-hiilf tniles Ira Cutler and "Stet" Cutler Farms, Situated in thi northeast rorner of Itarre and the noi thwest corner oi Onon, Vt f our and one-half iniles from Ihirre vilhiKe -the largest hikI ltveliest plaee In t'entral vermont There is no hetter land Iu thts seettou of the state than Is coiuprlsed in these farms. Each Farm Contains About 250 Acres Suitahly divlded into pasture, tillae and M'ood lands, and will now keep more than 3m cows, iheepi the neeessary teams and usual fOUIIS stunk. Tlie land is in a fOOO state of cultivatlon, the houses and fences tn K"d repair aml there is aniple harn nccominodittion. AN UNFAIUNU SUPPLY OF GOOD WATER BttUI to houses and harns. On the Ira Cutler farm (sc)-ealled) Is a suHr orchard of ahoiit 8'n'trees, with new sunar honsc equlpped wilh latest Hiiiiaratus. The liinldiUKS OOttlUl ot a lare fai m house wit Ii ell, mllk-rooui aud sheds attaehed, and harns con renlently lOCated. n the "Stet" Cutler farnuso calletl) are two siinitr oiehards. one ofwHitrees and One of NO trees. The huildliifxs ionslst of n one story hrick house with ell aud shed.and the ueees Bary liarns: also a oue and one-half story frainu house. The huildinns aud land are so arraiied that this property ean he dlvided Into two good farms if dealred. lioth farmi are now well itocked with eows audsheep, whieh will he sold to Ihe purelmser of the fnrmttfl wnnted. At the satne time aud plaee will also be sold Two Mountain Pastures, Oue of 160 aeres, and one of LMI situated in Orange ahotit uiii from the farius. The property uill he sold on liheral terms, which will be ennounced at time of saie. Aiipiieatiou fur terni! or Other partn-ularo may li- previounty uiadu to V. h. KATON, r,ittirr, , Hrst Nattonal Haiik, Montpelier, Vt. REMOVAL! FLANDERS & PIERCE, Manufacturcrs and jobbers oi Harncss and Saddlery, Horse Clothing and Furnishings, and dealers in Trunks and Bags. Repairing neatly done. Sign of gray horse in window. No. 65 Main Street, Opera-House Block, Montpelier, Vt. FOR J3ALE. The priiuises on State street now oeeupietl hy Charles A. Itarnard. situated between the dwellluK hOUtei of Charles Dewuy aud tJeore V. Heed. nnd coiisistin of li..iie. sheM aud harn, with ahutit oue foutrh acre of land. I'nsrU'nslon niven cn Aprll l For terme of peyment pnd pnoe.epptj . i i;. k V. WISQ, Room 4, Cnhm hlock. Montpelier, Vt. 800K BINDERYl- , ahd Paper Box Factory. ii'-tief who have ttny book thtty wish b-jnd ot 'efjairad, or uio Paper Boxes, ahould uirltt to . -W. WHEELOCK. MONTPELIER.' VT., for lowest pricee for aooti mork.. Sclentific American Agency for HI oaikAnB uinxo DESIQN PATENTS COPVRIONTS, ato. For Information and froe nandbook wrlt to Ml'NN 4 CO., ll HltOAIIWAY, New VllllK. Olduat tiuroiiu for eeurliiK iiatenta In America. Krery patent taken out by uh Iu brouiht before tbe pufjllc hy a notlco irlveu frou nf charKe lu the Sf ciewtific mericau Iim clrenlatlon of any sclentlfle paper In tho world. hnlendldly IMiMtraturl. No InlelllKont mau ahould h without tt. Weekly. 3.00 a yeari U0 nll muntha. AddreuaMllNN 4 tXJ, PrjUUHUKHB, ail Umuilwav, New york. BURR AND BURTON SEMINARY MANCHESTER, VT. No better sehool In the atate for good, honeat, thorouvh work. Nuint.era lluilted. Kund for atu denta atudytnn for the mlntetrv. I)leount to chll dren of elemymen. Klxtleth year lienlua Sepl. iu lier 1, 180. Cataloguea and elrenlara aent on ap pllcatlou. A. 0. FKBKIN, A.B., Principal. ffiur iions anfc Ttrls. Dorothy'i Lfaiti'Ui C'n llol of tnnatn'ta " aald porothy I. Hlek of " nmatn'ti " na I can be. From OOrtf oni tlll the OlOCO of day I henr a " innatn't " hut never a " tnay." It'a " Ymi MMtHI lle there like a aleepv head; " Anf) Von muatti't alt np when It'itlnie for bed; ' TM HinOtBl ery when I eoinli your enrU; " Von innatn't phiy with thoae nolay glrli;" ' Von muatn't lie allent when apokeh tn; " ' Von innatn't chattf i aa pUTOtfl do; " Von muatn't he .crt and you inustn't he pmud. " ' Von innatn't KlKKle or lauith alouil; " ' You innatn't ruiniile your DlOO clean dreai; " ' Vou muatn't BO0 In place of yea." So all day IOB tlie " mnatn'ta " o. Tlll I clreain nt nlght of an endleaa row or ttolilln " muatn'ta," with great hlg oye That atare at me lu ahoekod aurprlae- Ohl 1 hope I ahall llve tn aee the day When MMMOM wlll aay " Hcar, you may; " FOT I'tii alek of "muatn'ta " aald Itorothy ll; Hlek of " inuatn'ta " aa I ean he. Klla Whtrler IfTlMaT, in WUU Aicaie. A Mnllpr of Moncy. Young pi'ople of both sexes should early be taugfit the use of ruoney, and to rightly know its value they should be given ways of eaming it, to spend, within reasonable litnits, as they choose. Much of tbe work which even little children do in the shape of chores arouud the house ought to be paid for, as perhaps a better way of getting money into a child's hand than any other. It is very deraoralizing to beg, iiiii) the chiid that is encouraged oreven allowed to get its spending money in this way is laying up a poor foundation for aftcr life. On the farm the mtans for earniug money should m much as possible be based on farm operatious. When the boys sce in their own pockets some of the money made by farming, they will take more interest in their daily work. Unless parents who are farmers desire to discourage their sous from following this busiuess, they should be allowed todo Bomething each year on their own account and have the money they thus make. The little thus earned early by themselves will be worth a huudred times as much as if left to them after the death of their parents, who had previously kept them ignorant of any praclical kuowledge of tbe value of money and its uses. lleruld oHealth. Who the Hero Is. To be able to keep our miud about us iutimtsof calamity, and in acting do the thing that is besi to be done, often proves of untold worth. Not many years agoa fire broke out in a village of Switzerlaud, aud in a few hours the quaint little houses were entirely de stroyed. Among the poor peasauts who were weeping and wringiug their hands at their loss was one man seem iugly in deeper trouble than the rest. Not only were his home and cows gone, but so also was his son, a bright boy of six or seven yearB. He wcpt and" re fused to hear any wordof comfort. He spcut the night Wandering sorrowfully among the ruins, while nis acquaint auces had taken refuge iu the neighbor iug villages. Just as daylight came, however, he heard a well-known souud, and looking up he saw his favorite cow leading the herd, and coming directly after them was his bright-eyed little son. " O, my son! my sonl" he cried, " are you rcally alive ? " " AV hy, yes, father. When I saw the lire 1 rau to get our cows away to the pasture lauds." " You are a hero, my boy I " the father exclaimed. But the boy said : " O, nol A hero is one who does some wouderful deed. I led the cows away because they were iu danger, and I kuew it was the rlght thing to do." " Ah ! " cried the father, " he who does the rlght thing at the right time is a hero." roitii 1'eopWs Weekly. Dliarmetta A little eight-year-old Irish boy in oue of our public tchools was reproved by his teacber for some mischief, says an exchange. He was about to deny his fault, when she said: " I saw you, Jcrry." "Yes," he replied, as quick as a rlash, I tells them there ain't much yous dou't see wid them purty black eyes of yourn." That was the soft auswer that turued away wrath. How's This ? We offer oue hundred dollars reward for any case of catarrh that can not be cured by takiug HalPs Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., I'roprietors, Toledo, Ohio. We, the uudersigued, have knowu F. ,1. Cheney for the last lifteen years, and believe him perfeclly houorable iu all business transactions aud tinancially able to carry out auy obligations made bv the fjrm. WEST & TitUAX, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Waldino, KinnanA Mauvin, Whole sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Ilall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood aud mucous surfaces of the system. Price seventy-tive ceuts per bottle. Sold by all druggists. No man can tell the value of good character, for none of it has ever been for sale. Swkkt cokn in tho milk or dough state is great stuff to make pigs grow. Spk.cimkn Cases. S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, WU., was troubled with neuralgiaand rheumatism, his stomach was disordered, his liver was aft'ected to an alarming degree, appetite fell away, aud ho was terribly reduced iu rtesh and strength. Three bottles of Electric Uitters cured him. Edward Shepard, Harmburg, 111., had a run uing sore ou his leg of eight years' staudiug. Used three bottles of Elec tric liitters and seven boxes of Buck len's Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawaba, Ohio, had flve larae fever soreB ou his leg. Doctors saia he wbb incurable. Oue bottle of Electric Uitters and one box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold at C. Blakely's drug-store, Montpelier, Vt. (Limc (Tablcs. Montpelier & Wells River R. R, "IHE ALUMINIUM LINE." Time Talde. lu effect JOQI .'7. Is'ij. Tralns leavlntf Montpelier run as RHIOWII n 1 O m 1 1., pqnnei 1 1 ;.t Welli X1 Ilf Q IU i" tfHlni north nnd Ui I U fli llli owtli on Pnaiutnpslc R. u. Ml llll a , ,, ,,,, i(,,nI ,n White .Monntains, aud with mat! and espretl trains for riyinouth, Ooneord himI itus ton. KM'KKSS, liasthroiiKh car purunnon ro rtntyau a. eta at Kahyau's with xinc-4 train tor i'urt L.i.ii and old Orcherq. aio with tratu lr Mnonilt Mt. Waalt iiiKton, Conneet4 nt We.ua Hlver with express train for St. .loliushuiy. Newport and Montreal. Alsr. with exprcss train for riyinouth, Concord nnd Itoaton. 1:10 p, m.gs M nn 4!ZU D. m,S:s ACCiiM MnDATHiN. Con. Well Klver with .-X- in for .st. .Iiihtiahurr iMtrt. Also with trnhi for Uliitt- I.iver .liinettoii nnd way atatlona, aud with ex pre.s train for all polnts iu Vhite Mountalns. BARRE TRAINS. Lenve Montpelier for fittrTe at tfttt a. M., H: .'lil a, MotlOl .'ii A. M.j I-1: 0 P, MM 1 1 ! ' I'. M., llW I'. M. N r. Koi n;3i r. m.. InM r. m. heave Itarre for Montpelier at 7:40 A. M.. 1)40 A. M., lOlM A. Koi lllil P. M.J: M V. H.i I : U I'. M . , 4 : Utl r. M., 7 : W P. M,, I ; N r. M. V. A. HTOWKLL, O'etient! Muuajer, Y. Wi MOKSK. firnrnil Pttf.it nfer A'jent. Central Vermont Railread. ComrnencinK Jnty 17, lKj. 7rai.s (Johif South and East will Lcavc MonU pelier as folloivs: 9:00 A. M. MAIL, for Mtohbarg, lionton, Spring. fleld, New London and New Vork. I M : 80 P. M. KAST TKAIN, for Hostou via Lo ell and New Vork vla SpriiiKtleld. 1:00 P. M.. MlXhK. for Northtlelfl, Rorhury. Hiid way fltatiotin to Vrhtte Kiv-r JanoilOO aua Wiudflor. 5:fl5 P. M. PA8BBNOER, tor White Klvei Junctiou and Wlndaor. li:40 A. !. KM'KESS. for Itoston vla Lowell aud all potntl lu New timclaud. New Vork and South. Trains (ruirv Xvrth and West; 2 : 50 A. M. KXritKlS.S, for Montreal, (Kdeu. Iiutk Hiul the Weat. i:'4'. A. M. ACCOMMODATION, to St. Alhaua, llurlinKton aud Kutland, Troy aud New Vurk. 10:OOA. M. I'A.SSKNiJKK. for IturlinKtou, St. Alhana, Klehford, KouMe'a Point and St. .lohue,tnak eonnertloua tor Troy, Alhany and New York. 3:50 W. 31. J'A.ssKMihK. tor HurliuKton, 8t. Alhana, Montreal. ( iKdenahurx and the Weat. 3:55 I'. M., WHITE MOUNTAIN EXPKE8S, foi luirlinuton. Lake ('hauipiain and Aoiroiid.o-K poluts, 5: 15 1. M. KAST EXrHh.is. i'ullinan Meei UU C'ar to ChtcuKo. 7: 25 1. M. LUCAL PASSIiN (iKII to St. Alhans, inakiiiK conneutiou at La.ex .lunctloii tor 1'roy, Al hany and New Vork. Tnrottgh tieketa to ChicaKo aud all pointa Weat for ale at tlie principal atatlona. Siilmrluin Trtiin Servlce. Leave Montpelier at ItlO.ttllO. 7 :lu. iti:;te P. rlve ulnutea alter leaviui; time Leave llarre at r4:uA, n:liJ A. M., 1 J 4:4", stll). UtOO k m. Ariive at Moutpuiier tweuty-llve mluutes after leavinx time. Trainn leave for Williamstown at 10:15 A. M. and 4:li I. M. Dmlly, Suitday ineluded. Sundaya only. All DMMUgef iraliia Wlll ItOtl at tlie t10UOr Wwrke to take or leve pa.aenpter. wiien alKuahed. E. VY. THOMl'SON, Agent. F. W. 1(ALIW1N". lieneral .SUMerintHudent. S. W. IT.MMINtiS. OenenU PaaienKer Ajjetit. BllA,7l00i9tlA lOtlfl A. M., 2:UU Arrive at Itarre twenty- tfrd lotias. MAKV I'. 11 IN MAN '8 KfSTATt. STATE OK VKKM )NT. WaahuiKtoit District. as. lu Probftte Courti held at Montpelier, in and for said Dlatrlet. on the Juth day of Auu-tt, A. 1. lotf3l An lUHtrument purportltiKto bv the last Will and Testanient of Mary 1'. Hinman, late of Waterhnry. In isaid Ulstriei, deeeased, bemg preaented to tho Court for Prohate: It is ordered hy said Courtthat all persons concerned ttiereiu he uotilled to ajipear at a session of Kaid ( ourt.to he held at the 1'robate (Jttice. lu said Montpelier, on the 15th dnv of September, A.U. I"j,anii show cauRe.lf nny they may have, against the prohate of said instruineut : for whicu purposo it ls further ordered that notice of thla order be puhlished three weeks successively Iu the Vermont WaUhtnan A Stufe Jvunml, a uewspaper printed at Montpelier, in this state, prevlous to said time appointed tor heartUK. Hy the t ourt. Attest, "tyiiK 1UKAM LAKLETON, .Juue. JOUN UANCKOFT'S KSTATE. 1,'OMMISSIONKKS' NOTICE. The undertlffned. having been appointed by the llonorable lrolate Court tor the DUfnol of Washlng. ton, t otiiini.sioiiera, to reeeive, exjimiue and ailjust all clainis and deuiands of all persons axalnst the es tate of John Ihiucroft, late of Calais, lu said district, deeeased . aua all elaims exhiblted in otfset thereto, hereby Kive notice that WO Will meet forthe purposes aforesaid at the residem-e ot the late Johu bnnerofti on ti.e .'4th day of tlvpteinber end 4th day ot Kehruary next, from one o'clock l. .m. until fonr O'olOOk P. M .each ot said days, and that slx months trom the 4tn day of Aunust, A. D. 18W, is thu time liuiiteil by said Court I or said creditors to present their clatms tO us for examinattou aud allowance. Iated at Calais, this lnh day of AuKUSt. A. i ' Is": r.. r. WHij k, OMT L. O. I.KoNAKD, Coinnilsslouers. MAKV T1AV BSTATJSo STATE OK EKMONT, Washington District. SB. in 1'rolmte Court, hela at Montpelier, lu said Lu. trict, on the .'-'d dav of Auust. A. U. I8vj : Ieulson Tatt, Admlmstrator with the willaunexed of the estate oi Mary 1 row, late of Itarre, in said District, deeeased, prescnts his adininistratiuu ac OOnnl for exauiination and allowaiue, aud inakes appllcatlon for a decree of dUUlbUtlon aud partition of the estate of said deeeased. here upou. It ls ordered by said Court thaisaid account aud said applu-atn.n oe referred to a sesalou thereuf. to be held at the I'robate OthYe, lu said Mont pelier, ou the Dth day of September, A. 1. IWJ, for hearlng ani deolelon tnereon: Aud.it is further ordered, that notice hereof be niven to all persons lu terested by puhlieatiun ot the same three weeks suc cessively tn the Vermont watehmam d' Bttti Juumait a uewspaper juthllshed at Montpt'lier. previoua to said tiuie appomtfd tor heariHK. that they may ap pearal sani time aml placi-. and slnw OAUae, ll auy they may have. why said account should nut he aL lowed, aud siu h decree made. By the Court. Attest ow - ULRAM CAliLETON. .ludne. liAMKI, 1. WOOPWAHD'N KSTATK. 1J STATE Otf VKRMONT, Waahlmrtou Iustnct.sa. lu I'robate Court, hehl ai Montpelier. In said Dis trict, on the 8uth thiy of AngOSt, A.D. 9Hl Lydin S W oodward. Adtninistratrlx of the estate of Daniel D. oodward. late ot Waterbury, iu said Dis trict. deeeased, preseuts her adininistratiou accouut for exaiiilnatiou aml allowance, aud makes appllca tlon tor a decree of distriluitiou anu partition of the estate of said deeeased. Wheieupou. it ls ordered by aald Court that said account aud said applicatiou be reterred toa session thereot.to iu hehl ai the I'robate otllce. iu said Montpelier, on the -ith day ol eptein her, A. D. 9U, tor hearln: aud decisitm thereou: And. it is turther orderetl, that notice hereof be iveu to all persons luterested, hy pubtication of the saiue three weeks successively lu the Vermont tt'utvhman tt' ,ouruat, a uewspaper puhlished at Mont pelier, previous to said tiine appointed for hearintf. that they may appear at said time aud place, aua show cause. it any they may have. why said accouut should not be alloweti aml such deene uiade. Hy the Court. Attest. M-M HlltAM CAKLETON, Jud(e. S1SAN WALBBIOOB'fi KSTATK STATKhKVtKMuNT, Washington Dlatrlet, lu Prohate Court, hehl at Montpelier, lu aud for said District on the 'jd dav of AiiKUSt, A. D. ISWJ: John W. WalhridK'e. Executor of the last W iil and Teataineut uf Susan WallridK-. late of Cabot, lu said District. deeeased, makes applicatiou to said Court tor llceuse to sell all of the real estate of aald deeeased, situated in Cabot, iu said District. to wit: The staud lu the rilMgf, represt-utiug that the aale thereof ta uecessary for the payuient of the leKaclea of said deeeaaed. WhereuiHin, tt Is or dered by saiil Court, that aaid applicatiou he re ferred to a session thereof, to he held at the Pro hate Oftiee, in said Montpelier, on the Hth day ot Sep tember, A. D. UU, tor heariUK aud decialou thereou ; aud It ls furtht-r ordered, that all peraoua luterested be uotltled hereof, by publiealiou of notice of said applicatiou aud order thereou three weeks successlvfly iu the Vermont Watchimtn if State Joummt, a uewspaper Mublished at Montpelier, lu this state, aud whfcu circulates lu the Heilibor houd of thoae luterested, before said time ot hear iUK. that they may appear at said time aud place, aud, ir they see cause, ohject thereto. Bj the Court, Attest. tM't 1I1KAM t AHLETttN. .ludne. ALMIUA K IIOOKKK'K KSTATK. M A 1'EDK VElt MON T. Washington District. . In I'robate Court . held at Montpelier, tu and tor said Dlatrlet. un the Uth day of Auxuat, A. I). LJgj ; lieorKe Uuuld, Admtnlatrator of the eatate ot Ahulra E. Houker, late of Cabot, lu said Dla trlet, deeeased, inakes applicatiou to aald Court, with tha coiisent aud approbation lu writti.K of the helrs uf sahl deeeased resldiUK in the State of Ver mont, for lieeuse to sell all of the real eatate of aid deeeased. to wit ; llotuo tarm, situated tu aald Cabot i also one undlvided half of OOUue, altuated In gueen City I'ark. South liurliio i lu the Cuuiity of Chittenden aud State of Vermont, represeutiiiK that the aale thereof would u benetlctal to the helrt of aaid deeeased aud those luterested ln her eatate. lu order to couvert aald real eatate Into money. Where upou It is ordered by said Court that said applicatiou be referred to a session thereuf, to be held at tbe Prohate ( Iffloe. ln said Mont pelier, on the 1st day ot September, A. D. lw for hearlutc and decisiou thereou; and, tt Is further ordered, tnat all peraoua luterested be DOtlfled hereof, by pyhlicatlou ot uotloe uteald applicatiou aud order tnereon three weeks successively in the Vermont Wutchman A Xtate Junr nai. a uewspaper puhlished at Montpelier, ln this state, aud which circulates ln the uelKhborhood of thwae luterested. before said tliue of heartiuc, that they may appear at said time and place. aiid.Tf they aee cause, ohject thereto. Hy the Court. Attest, 04-07 UIKAM CAKLETON. Judt. I