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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, (XTOBER 1!), 185)2.
contnbntiniK to ihta AoMtmmi Aity bt it Ithvr to IR. T. H. BOtIt, Nrwport. Vt., (ir dl rectly to Th Wat iiiian rrnUKHmct I'oMrANV An AatanM Bmft The muiR tilnli. ri' llylnc, Aml fmiitliwurri iire lileln ; No Oft Hm Ir K'n'l tUHHt wc lienr. Tlic Krli'li ftn- lonrly - Otnyauithtinaint owlf Pure B01V lt't ttirlr btttttf tiprenr. Tlie ttnpi't. nre Milton. Tlie fnrmiT pfOVldllli The lntnlikln 1 nlielter froin eulil; Aud tfttf OOttbtf Tlie. tPtodl wlll 100k nolier Wlthottl tll tlielr criiiinnn ttml gOUt Tlie lotitl Wtndl are rnlllng, Thi ript auti nrc ftUliifi Tlie mulrrel B01V Itttltft hU tore. Tlie bttfl, htMtWtffd iTeejiltis, Will 00B ftll bt Plei I'lliK Ho mgty( ttn witittr i o'er. TitrV Frost Wltl iOOB oover Tlie little bfttkt "Vt r; Tlie IIIOW olotdl un np lu tlie wlry, All rctMly for nowltiK. Ilear Aiitiimti Ifl K"lntO Wt bicl lier t lovln gOte-bV. BMiUt flttlMtt. The New Dnmmy, "What can tliis mechanlcal contri fance dof Why, eTerything Imt talk," eay tlie enthtuiattic ontt who have given it u triul. It is certainly quite tlie inost accommodatintf diuiuny now in exis tence. Once upon S thne we thought the figureof wiie M helpfnj in ils lnauen Vers as Wt OOUld desire. To lie sure the fanat VM always a trille tOO nineh like au overstuffed pinonahion, and the ab eenre of arms aud head a deoided draw liack; still it was so patient, not uiind iiig a few hard knocks, a dozen twirla n minute and a shower of unconipliinen tary epitheta, that we forgave it all dia erspanciM, The newcomer is a perfect spocimen nf mau'a Ingrauity, It has not only been faxnished with arnis, hands aud head, bttt a face which will bear the inost ontre whims without so much as a protest. Can you not see how even this feature will old diMatisfled ones in mak- ing np thfir minds to the latest caprice iu gowning? A woman sufft'ring from doubt as t the beootningnesi of certaln costnniM may now settle the perplexlng iiuestion by siniily robing her bolinda froin top to toe in hef latest pieces of fincry and then Btudy effects. See what a marvelous opportuuity is offered for the anange inpnt of eolor. material and drapery. The maid is ordered to draw on the long gloves and settle Intopluoe the tiny capote and veil. Now she tonches a epring and tlowly the tigure revolves, displaying to its mistress as it turns all Hs good and bad piuts. The tip of the chapeau, the swin' of the traiu, the drape of the bodioe and the droop of the veil are in thia way given a ohanot to display tln ir obarma or their defects. Blond women nre careful to secure a blond duuiiuy which in face and style of figure ns closely as possible resemblcs the owner. Boznetimes thlfl is leftwith madam's inoiliste when only a choico of materiala and modea are necessary to a perfect outfit; again it is earried to tnilady'a dresainfl! rooin, there to await ord'.. PnrehftH ud Rentoratlofl of Annc Hathtwt 's t'ottafei The porolua of Ainic Bathaway'i cot- tage at Shottery by tho Shakespoaro birthplaoa traateai from Aldarnafl W. Thompson, of Stratford-tipon-Avon, wns rompleled OTJ Salurday. In March, 1H9I, Mr. Thotnpflon Dffarad to tall the oottagt to tho trustecx for fll.Mon, Imt tlieainount was considcrcd cxcessive. Tho niattor theH droppad Dtlti March of the jiresent ycar, when the cottage wns publicly ad vcrtised for sale. The trustees again opened negotiations with tho owners, atld ultimatcly decidcd to exerciso tho powati confeiTod npott them by the re- cent uct of parliament, and jmrchase, paying OJ.lKMi. This large huiii absorbed nearly the whole of tho reserve fund, Imt the purchasc was almiisl iinpcratire, becanso it Wai known that other per Bons, not only in England, Imt in Amer ica and elsewbere, had coinmunicated with Mr. Tliompson. After pnrohating the itruulun the trustees bad yet to become the possess ors of the more interesting relics which it contained the old bedstead and fur nitnre which belonged to tho occupier and custodian, Mrs. Daker. Her maiden nanie was Mary Taylor, and her great grandinother was Husan Ilathaway, 8aid to be a collateral descendant of Anne ilathaway, the poet's wife. She was born at Astou C'antlow. bttt was taken to the cottage when a child, anl has re lided there forover nevonty yars, for lifty of which she has shown the place to visitors. Althougb eigbty years of 8ge fcbe ftill retains very vivid reeollec tiona of the cottage in its original coudi tion. Some fifty-fivo years ago her father old the house to a Mr. Barnes, a farui er, for C8SSf bttt yielding to her jdead ings. she being the heiressof the projier ty, he retained the fnriiiture and lived and ended bis days in the cottage. Mr. Barnet diyided the house into two tene ments, bttt Mrs. Baker continued to live in the original kitchen, and removed the historical bedatead from its place on the down stairs floor into an np stairsrooiu iu , her pnrtiou of the house. The kitchen is wamscoteil with carveu oak, but sev eral pieces are luisting. Tho oak seat under tho window on which the poet and his love are depicted sitting in the OOturtshlp engravings has disaiipeared, but the old wonn eaten settle is pre served in the kitchen. These, with a valnable old dresser, Bible and linen clicsts and other interesting relics havo uow been accjuired by tho trustees, but Mrs. Baker will continue in charge as custodian with her sou, and will end her days in tho "old honie."' Tlie trustees will restore the cottage to its original condition, and in this Mrs. Baker's recollection of things long ag will bo of grcat help. Aiuong the uiauy things the trustees havo taken over ia the first visitors' book, dating back to 1847. Heuceforth the cottage will be governed by tlie same regulations as the birthplaco and new place, and an ad miasion feeof sixpeuce foreach person will be charged. tibcrtiscmcnts. Long Vojaye in a small Tacht. The little 0-ton schooner jraobt Wave ia tuoored at the foot of Broadway, Oak laud, baving jtUt arrived from a peril ous ocean voyage of more than 1,000 miles. The. diminutive craft appeared to be little bigger than a model, but when Captain George J. Farmer and bis wife left Eagle harbor, un Pttget souml, one uionth ago, bound forOakland, they had the utniost conlideiico iu tho eea worthiness of their tiny fioating boiue. The only other person on board was the chief oflicer, Mr. Oliver. Captain Farmer sailed from Oakland three years ago, and has been cruising on tho souud ever since. He is always accompanied by his wife, who is a thorough sailor. A peep for it is almost an exaggera tion to say a look into the iuterior fittings of the Wave ihowi that tho baby vessel has been titted up with a strici eye to economy of space aud couifort. The little cabin occuiied by the captain aud his wife is a study iu itself, and no one but a woman who has been many years at sea could hope to arrange so inuch material iu bo small u space, Not an iuch of room is wasted or ignored, and uothing that ought to be there is xuissing. Captain Farmer says that to bis wife is dno the credit of preventing niauy u perilous disaster. He leclares that no one oaO beat Mrs. Farmer at "pulting the veaael ronnd," "aailing full aud by,' "haulmg off a lee shore," or preparing a meal. In l'act, Mrs. Farmer is au ex perienced navigatnr as well as thorough hOttMWife, and is pri pared at u momeul's notico to leave Uu roefittg of a jib to at tand lu tne iuaking of a plum dulf. Tno inttte'n tjuarters are located in vhui iu larger veaaela is oalled tho lore castle. Mr. Oliver t peaks of his place aa "iho iorwurd cabin." As hu ex plained, there is no danger of hia rolliug out of the bttnk uulesB he rolls through the yachi'a plauking into tho oceau. "We are all ofHcerl," said the captain. "We huve no crew; in fact, we havo neither room nor uso for any. Mr. Oliver ia chief officer; I um called cap tain, and then Mrs. Farmer what ahall I aay of her? 1 guesabhe'sthecouiiuauU jer. We had a very pleasaut trip." Orlgln of the Word Plente. Did you ever liear why u plonia was called by that Dame? Tlie mi-Wmu is aaid to date as far back as 1S02. Those who InUoded to be present were the ouestosupply the eiuab'es. A Itat 01 the articles inade out wa- pMied aroimd and each person plcked out tlie article of food tbat be would fui u sh und ihe nanie tif tlie ariicle wns uickcd idl' on the list. The open-air party thus be carue known H a pick and pi'ck. Femiulne Fanclesi A Dleceof thelate JatnesRuttell r.owell, Miaa limli Barnett, is soon to become a sister of chartty, Mme. Oarnot, wife "f tlie prealdent of the Freneh repnhlie, says l.a Gatilois, i fond of amoking mild and eeented oiga rettes, particularly after mealt, Mrs. Blaine Qoodale Elaatman, the New England poeteae, who married a full blooded Indlan in the weat, ia now glorjr tng in tlie poatetaion of a little papoose. w. H. Vandarbilt't widow, with all her wealth aud the soeial upirtuiiitiis l npeus, niai ntaiiis imliffereiKe to fashinu ublu soeiety, iu which she seldom appears. Mra. Robert T. Lincoln, wife of the American mlnltter in London, is quoted lis tlie only lady who has beld tbat elevat ed positlon who has been iiidiH'ereiit toils tocial openingsand opportuuitiee, Mrs. f'ollis I'. Huntington, wifeof oneof New York's many uiillionaires, is cxireine- ly uervout on theenbjeetof firee. Topleaae her. Mr. Huntington baaoauaed their new granite paiaoe on Fifth avenue in that tity to be made llreproof. Miss BHa li. Know les, whoin the Peo- ple's partj of Montana bat nominated for attorney generalof the ttate, it a aacoeu ful praetiolng lawyer in Helena, Bhe was born iu New Hampahire and was graduat- ed at Batet oollege, Malne, In isss4. Mi.s Bhnrna Bradley, of Cbioago, baaea tabliabed at her own charge a niission tchool in one of tbe wortt quartert of the dty, She lives in the rear of the tchool- room and tbaret her food witb a numbcr of pt nsioners, who OOme to her tablt every duv. Mre, P. B. Coate, a yonng bride from Mempblt, recently acoomplithed the teat Ofolimbingto the very top of Mount Ve tuvlui and looklng down into the crater. She is the seeond Anieriean woman to at- tempt thia baiardooa undertaking success fully. Mrs. Ward McAUister rarely aecompa niet her boiband on his soeial rounds, and when she doi s seenis bured. She is au in- veild, preferring a quiet to a faabiooabla life, aud ii DOt at all in Nyinpathy with the oraat for nutoriety, some of which has sur-rouud.-d tlie fauiily name. " IIandkdmk is that handaorne doee," and if Flood's Sarsaparillu doesu't do handsomi ly, then tiothiiig does. Ilave you by i ;:.'' ? GOTTOLENEl Wliat Is It i3S iJ'P" It is tlie new shortening taking the place of lardp or cookino; butter, or 40,.. both. Costs Ic5s, gocs farther, and is easily 0ft digcstcd by anyone. mj AT ALL GROCERS. Made only by ' N. K. FAIRBANK & C0 CHICAGO, ILL.,and 9 514 State atrtf , BOSTON. "" 44444444444444 Jbbcrtiscmcnts LADIES FUR CAPES Are very desirable ments for fall wear. and exainine our stock. If you ean't flnd just what you want, leave your order and have it manufactured. HORSFORD'S Acid Phosphate. A preparation of the phosphates, that acts as a tonic and food to thc exhausted system. There is nothingr like it; gives great satisfaction. Trial bottlt mailel on rei eipt of 25 cen' in stamps. Kumford Chcttieal Wofkt, Piovideiieai K. I. 1 . j ft j ' y Sucb CONDENSED Aeat Makes U fvery-day convenlence of an old-time luxuty, Pure and wliolesome. Prcpared with scrupulous care. Highest award at all Pure Food Expositions. Each package makes two large pies. Avoid imitations and insist on havlng the NONE SUCH brand. VERREI I. & SOULE, Syracuse, N. Y Thc Artny Kn1e I aliiK "f tlic iiiuIp, nf nrmy mule, Tlie Imtt nf m 11 Joko Mtd yet BOtMMIffi f00l A fnnr footcd Sohm w)n kneH hl nnn inliid, And wtsely lcept part nf fnrcilKlit ln'hltul; A IVIIvhU KUHrdliiK hll fitrrra frnin frjir I(y k'iiliiK 11 lmttory clo' Iti lil rcar; A trii(ctfUt j.tri,- )n plHiiH imder rnvnr ly in ftMhlng DM wny nnd flulitlnK llit ntln r. A tnctleliih nf WhOM we all ftgfM Tliftt he tniiKlit tln irholV wirld iMlodlOR Ifnr dpe Tlic MdMM of ineotlntf the little ttvrcv bffWrt B)l nwltiKliiK 1 i rpnr QVtOkly NBttd tu thc front. A tniHtcliiti of HOtl who ticv. r w;is mU), ThOttfh he lcd cvcry chnrKe ot thc H.trd Ta k ItrUiide, A flmiK t'lrd wciirliiK his wffll on hln liend, A phtycr of honrs whcii VN thOQffhl he WM dend ; The only recrult hcHrlntf t tn lc Smn'a hrnnd W hfnn- IiccIr were ilrninntlrks uml his hcud a hrMtn tmiid. fttorftr .. Spiuuiny, CURE gar. Call A new 1111U f'oiiiplctc Treatinent. ronslRtlnKof Bup poMitoricn, Ointtnenl In Cuwtilts, rIm in ox -i Voaltivc Curc t'.-r Kxtcrnal" Intcrnnl, Mltnd or Itleed liifc. IichitiK, Chronlc, HiMM'nt or H : . i , Hiid mjniy itthcr (IIscjhch and fciiiali' wcitknc'saei ; It is nlways a nrcitt hencHt to thc Keneral hcalth. The tlrst dUrnvcry of a medlcal i-ure rondcrlnn an opcra tlon wltli thc knifc unncccnsiiry hcrcaftcr. This ICt-iiUMly has ncver bMB known to fl. ilperhnx. iifnrf S; sent hy mall. Vhy diilTt r frotn this tsni blc d&MM when a wrlttcn Kiiarantce is poslttvely KlTtn with t hfixcn, to rcfund thc moncy If not curcd. Send stainp for frcc Sainiilc. iuarantcc b suedonly hy I.KS'I KK II. CIIKKNK. Irnnlt and Solc Amtlt(38 State street, Montpelier, t. Send for sainpU's. ' 4 Vl'iri Wide-awak irorken even TOQBAFU8 Or tHK WOKUr JIM the Kreat- JUST AS WE TOLD YOU Three weeks ago. The new and nobby patterns of Fall Clotliing are selling out fast. Don't wait too long, but call and look tliem over. OUCDD'O'-' ''""k "ii I'nrtli: eimtini; 8100,000: OflLrr yretail H $3M, cah w Installmentt; iiiiiininutli illtintrHtiMl i:iri!ularH nnil teriill frec; itiiily OOtpttl fivtir I..M10 voliiinen. Ajnntl wll'l with v'i. PHOTOGRAPHS 52S? Thxuh. rleareil : In nlin ilayx; MIhk lloSK Apams, Wootvtr, ohie,p31 in forty mlantetj itt-v. .1. How- : Aite maiuso.n, i.yonx. n . nc tuc uunDi n v..?ioi in --v.ii ;, ur int tiuriLU bontntti Duutniaetnt nuitit only i.im. Booki on credit. Prelght pald, AililreM il.tKK BIBLE PCBLISHINd OO., 7M Cheitnut 8tret, Phllm ileli'lila. I'a., nr :i5h I)eiirl(irii Stret't, Chlcao. 111. Nothlng in 11 Nanie. In tlie flrst ycnrs of the civil war the Xinih Illinois Cavalry was ortranized by (Jolonel AJbert (i. Hracketl, in which there were several menibera of his fnmily, insornnch that it was called Braokett'l reaiment, or the rei;iment of Hracketts, Colonel ,Toe h W. Bell or L'aniz (1 the Thirtaentb Illinois Cav alry, in which there were a number of the Ball family. Not beint; altogetbar MtitQed that it was rlght to have so many of the same tianic Ogbting forihe fjnion, Colonel Ball a-keil Secretary Htnnton about it. " It's all right," ex olaimed Stanlon ; "the more the bet ter, and I hope the hells may rmg the downfall of the confedf racy." ' It wns not then a question of pensions, but whcre we could get men enough to go lo the front to save the country, aud fnniilies of stronj; men wire most ac ceptable. The Grand Army's Pntare. I think the Grand Army has about reached the climax in numbers. There are now about 400,000 members of the order. Jndging from the dcath rate in the rankB for the past few years, the total deatbs this year will probably be 7,000 or S',000, aud the number will in crease with the incn asing age of com rades. Thia will be likely to more than counterbalance the increae of mem bership. But the increase of interest is notab'y advtincing each year. Every year the spirit of comradeship siuka deeper in the hearts of the old soldiers. More and more they value the advan tagcs of associution. The probabilities about futurc pension leffltlation will not have the remotest intluence on the interesta of comrades in tlie order. The feeling is that the governmeut ha9 dealt with libi ..ility, and is sure to con tinue the same pnlicy, but the interest of cnmradt s in ihe order has no con Dection with the p nsion question. There nre otht r ooniiderations, Its greatcst work is in aid ot needy com-rade-, and there would be the m'ore ne cessity for such or'anized help but for the pensions. The menibcrsof no secu lar assoeiation love their order as the comrades love the Grand Army of the Kepublic. Wheelock G. Venzty. chnrge of the Sixtcenth Vt rmont, on atld ttnUitUUd, against a force vastly tln ir superior in mimbers, is one of the memoreible eranti of the war.' i have llaliolied Ihe portions that I dc-iie to correit. The Tbirteei.th Vt rmontcon- i-tituiiid ihe rbihtof BUnnard'ibHgide, and was the flrst to ctrikc Piekett on the flank. When thev wnre eXeOQtlng tbat movement, the Blxtaentb was ral lying from tlie iklrtBtah llne, After llin Thirlecnih had been upon I'ickctt's flank some uinutee, and was taking DrUoneri, the Btxteenth oum up and lornied upon its left. But as Colonel Vettz.' y has said to the writer, there was little for tbem to do at that poibt, for the flgbttna was sub-tantially over, so they faced about and charired lnO yards upon the left flank of Wilcox's belated eolnnn, and there aohleved their succcss without Qrlng a ahot. Th ir moVementt were gallittit, timely and brilliant, and ihey are entilled to the highest credit for what they did. I cannot telieve that they have clainied niai.di d a company in the Thiittenth, and had full opporlutiity to idiscrve the movcments ol DOth reginicnts. Beside, thc aOOOnnt Which I have given is that of the offlclal reporti and of every hia- : tory ol the battlp. Colonel Franees . ii iii'i.i. , iiir u.in uu ' 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 I 1 1 I ' I ui Tbirteentb, nnd General Gi-.orge J. Stannard, the famous cotnmander of the btigadalarenolonger living; other- wise. I ibOUld have left their corrcetion to them. Fn m n long nnd intimate triendthip Wtth (Jeneral Venzey, I aru sure thnt he will feel enibarra8ed by the error into which the correspondeut fell." bbertiscments. rcrtiscrf to pinify FOR SALE. Tho prtinlMt on State ntreet now QCCttplftd by Ctinrleit A. Itarnanl. sltunted lu'twi'cn tlu dwclllnK llouseM uf Cliarles DtWtf and Qtorgt W. Rttd, and eODtltttlMI "'f bontti sIhmI and tiarn. with ahuut one- foutrli acre nf land. I' Klven on Aprll 1 For terms of paymrnt and pnot, aiiply to OKORQX W. W lloom 1. I'nlon Hloik, Montpi'lliT, Vt. The Hawuiian tpieen haa lately testi fied her interest iu the W. C. T. U., of Honolulu, by paying tbe liccuse on their cofi'ee house. loniething over tifty dol lars, Her total abstinenco principles are proved by the banislmeut of all orta of liiiuora froui her table and her rtceptions. NOW Thy This It will coat you nothing and will surely do you good, if you have n pOBgb, COld, or onv trouble wiih ibroat, chrst or lunga. I)r. King'a N;w Iiieo'ery for oomnmptlon, Onughi aud colds is guiiranteed to givo rt li f, or money will be pHid back. Bufferen from Ia grlppe fonnditlnet the thlng and under its uso had a ipeedy and perfect recovery. Try D lample botilt Ht our expenae and learn for vourtelf Jnit how good a thinr it it. Trial hottles free at C. Blakoly's drngatore. Large aizo, flfty conts and 1.00. 0PERA HOUSE BL0CK. A. D. FARWELL 5000 BOOK AGENTS WANTEI) FOR DARKNESS SDAYLIGHT or MGRT8 AM SIIAllOUS OF N K W VOI1K MKK. A WOMAN S IbrtUflf tiry ol Qoaxwl, Trnip' ranre. nt K -rue wnrk " hi ij.Vrif,,, " in tln- irrcut uiMli-r-wnrld of Ni w I"!. Mr. UKLEN CAMI'HKLI.. bitndtieUoii By Rev. i.tjmu,, a obott. J. I. A wnnderful boot of Chri-tiuii Uf anl faith. 8&0 illtulru Uone frcin tUuth liylil ,!, r ul lif.- 45M thouMind. Thehttett itWm book tvtr jmbliAAed, Aircitt- Wuutcd, 1'i.tti Men hikI Uciiicii C V M'i (Hvi fre.ht i tira 'lirtiu, an-l Pay npiqhtt Outtlt frcc Wrlta for l in-ulara to A D, HOKTI'IM.TON A O , Ihirtrord. onn. Alao ti.OOO l.utlv Agentt Wuntcd on s, TWmt fm WORTHINGTON'S MAGAZINE Ne i EoltM piendldw lUualr ttod M.nnhly foi thc ratnliy. Mriuiftill pfg ! Ihlnga for all, i i mincu.lMctbrtt.5. I Uv ItriirliU-rit. I'iin -t lli-ni aicl ('heaMal ut. Stnrt A. hwHDH llrhn UmUmfii Ant lr. f'nwri Clurk, antl coreo of nthtTl wri' tnt It. 7V rhitncv rrer uffervl tu La'ly Atrtttt Wrilr lor 'rtitular uow. Adiirena aa aboW CRATEFUL COMFORTINC. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. ' Hv a thorough kiutwlodnc of thc natiirai Ihws whlcli n'lvcrn thc qpcnttlODt ! H, e-ttlon und nutrl tion, aixl hy u cnrctul kppUMttOH "f thc tinc itroiicr- tlcM nf wvu nelectcil Ci a, Mr. 1 np-i hn urovulbd Dttl hrc;ikfHt tahlc-i with h tWU .tcly tlavurcil hcT Plllgfl ffrhlota may nuvc at nianv lii avv doiitpn' UUt lt lg hy thc jiidtcliuiK UM of gtjoh ki tlclca nf tlict that h rnnatitiitloii may hc KrHtlually hullt nn untll Itaraog I. to ri'alat cvcry tcndcin v to dUcasc lliin ilreiU uf Hiihtle inalHdfcs aru MoatliiK arouBtl u rcady toattack w lnrcver t hcrc Ihh wuuk pulnt, We may 0MMM linmy a faUl shaft hy kei-pliiK ourtlvcs wcll fortltlcd vtiih imre hlood and a irocrl tiour Uhcd fratnw." r,ril 9$Tfiet dmrtte. Made Hlinidy with hollluK watcr or inilk. Bold only ln half pound tliiH, hy (,..,( lubcled t Iium : JAMKS KIM'S & t'O.. Ilonicojathlc Cotmlltti LOBdOBi Knglund. Vermont Mutual. Thc anniial incctlnK of ihc mcinhprH of thc Ver mont MuMiul Kire Insurance 'oinnaiiT, for the elec tlon of Dircctora, und the tranxactlon of any other lejial hnilin f-. will hc hctil ut itH ifllcc, on Wednes day, Octoher IMth, IBM, nt Iwn o'olOOfe p. tQ. liy order of the Iircctor. JAHE8 T. SAIU.N, S- n tarj. Montpelier. Vt., Septeinher 3, AUCTION SALE. There will he old on the prcminea, t puhllc ittO thni. Vedncnlay, Noveioher lHr at teu o'tslook a. M.,the followtnic dcacrlhcd nropcrty: Thc home farin - 1 1 -1 i i i - of 10 acren, nituateil In the ' nhady rlll " ncighhorh(Hd In the town of ' i-i i ' . geven mllea from Montpelier. '1 he f.irm Ih si.ftahly di vldcd into pasturc, tillage and wood taniN. ''Ihe hoii-c and omhuihlintM nr- ln u'otttt renair. A sngar orchard of L'.'H) trccn with l augar houne and all iiOecrinary tools. There ln a largc apnle orchard on thc place. Thc fidlowing IToperty will aUo he Aold . Two horNcn. li eows ((ne urude'ili, one two-horae and one one hi.rne lumher waKonn.one open and one top bnggfi two -h one two-horxe nled, ono dninp-cart, two rohen, one lnrtze huft'alo rohe. twi. palr of work harnenses, and two hIiikIc harnr-t's, plowa. harrowfi, chalna und whiflletrees, one good grtndStOD9i one mowitiK machlne, one new horse rake, some neasoited hard wood lumher for biitldliiK sleds, tcn thoiiriaud hand inarte nhlnglcM, hay, ntraw. and dairv tuoU. one dder mlll, ewrpenter s tooli.ete. iu, ALMINA LAWRENGB, Administiatrix of J-t.ite of (JiMirnc S. I.awrence. ELYS CATAWHH GREAM BALM BOOK BINDERYZ Paper Box Factory P.imei who hau any book they u-ish t-. sna c or uso paper Boxes, ihoufd unt9 to If. W. WHEELOCK, MONTPELIER.' VT. .a0Jtor iowtst oricet tot goon '"arli f. - j vxtal Interest is the A System Worth Study is the AllnyH Taln hikI Intlainmutlon. HEALS THE SORES KestoreH tlie 8vnnn ot Taxttt Hlicl SlIK'll. - . . i i.mi. mm Tnr. best farniinsr is dono iu New Bngland, By tuperlor oultl?atlon and skillful fertinaing, tbe yield ia brouht a linlo abead of that of (owa. TBITHE ( l KkHAY-FEVER A imrlli'lr U iijiiiIIimI Into eiirh no.trll hikI lt AHrei'nble. I'rli u M renu ut DriiKi!lti liy liiall; ityUtnrcil, 6li Ofntt, Kl.V HKoTHKIts, W Wdrrim Strcnt, New Vork. Richmond Stovo Co., Norwich, Conn JOHN W. PECK, Sole Agent for Montpelier. The Sixleenth VerMiout. The Washington Post reports the fol lowing reunion, which oceurrcd in Washington during the Grand Army encampmeni i "There were no bap pier ruen iu Washiiisjton duriUL' tlie past week than the members of the ! Sixleenth Vermont Regiment. Their colonel, W.G. Venzey.pastcommandt r-in-chief of the Grand Army, :ave them and their friends a reception on Tuts- day evenniL'. Atter rerreshruen's had been served there was music by the Bur Itngton (Vl.) Brlgade hanil," spreches by Colonel Veiizey and others, and reeitntions liv f r Pil.Tortdii t.f ftnt. ' Francifco. On Priday moruin;; the regiment, witn tneir rriendt. makmg a party of 500, went to Gettysbnrg by apecial train to dedicate a regimenM monnmont irbieb was lately ereoted on the spot where the regiment made it9 celebrated ast-ault upon thc flank of I'icketl's division. Owing to the wet aud threateuing weather, the dedica tioii exercises were held in the couit houae. They consisted of the prt seu tation of the moiiument to the Gettys burg Battlefleld Association by Colonel Veaiey, and a ipeeeh of aceeptance by Colonel .1. Bi Batohelder as a dircotor iu behalf of the association. He paid a glowing tribnte to the regiment for its services iu the great battle in which it wou for lUelt and for the state a national rrpatatlon, Then tollowedan historical address, giving a full record of the regiment, by Mr. L. S. Emery of Washington, who was a member of the Bixteenth regiment, and had two brothers killed by his side in the battle. Thc address was receivid with mnch apptanae. This was followed by reci tationi bv Mr-. Nellie II. Bilnn of Cal Ifornia, arboae bmband is a Vermont soldier. The music was by a Vermont boy druni coip-i. Lieutenaut II n : . Henry, a member of the regiment nnd preeent department oommander oi Ver- niont, preaidud over the tv etmg. Afler these exe ii t. t'n- c.iinrades with their familit a and ln ii l pr. ceeded to tln monumei.t, where Co u o i Vei ley tx plained ull the movanteuts ol tho' regi ment in ita three i.avs' flghting, and eapccially thoae of tlie ihird day, wh'-re it performed such heroic work. '1 h v spent the reinainder of ihc c'ny in r,d iug over different porlious oi the bat-tleUeld." jiY r- .ln ervptinn, J ' ) nn matter bow L, 1 , ,i j slit;ht, wnnis you Tf J nnd every ont Who sees it that your blood isn'l pure. If you'rt Witt, you'll heed tlie arning. Yonll lisik about for n romedy. ; And this is what you 11 nndi plentv ot medii'im s aa- tlie Ii1(kkI, but iust ont tlint's guaranUtd and tbat is Dr. l'ierce't Oolden Meiliriil Dlseovery. It's a medlcina thai does wbat is promised for it tliat's the reason. It rouses every orpan Into bealthy tction, puriflet and tQ riehes the blood. Bad throngfi it eleansesand renews the entiie tytttm. All BIckkI, Skin and Sealp Disensrs. frnin u eouniion eruption to tlie worst Berofula nre etirtil bv it. For Tetter, Snlt - rlipntn. Bcaema, firvsiptlas, Boils, Carbuneles. Eniarged (llnndt, Tumors, and Hn-elliii(rs, it's nn uneiiunled remedy, If it doesn't beneflt r curt, in every cnse, you have your money back. You pay only for the gooil you gett Eefuse Bubltitutet, olfered at loss prioet. Ir. Mott's tayrojal Pilb. The only tafe, ture and rellableFemale l'ill ever oftbredtoLadi s Espec ially reoommended to marrledLad ea. Beware of Pille put np in (in boxes tney aredaitgr- ous. A8R ror nr. sxou s rennyroyai Pills and lake n other. .'-end for clroular. Prlce$1.00 per box. 0 boxes for fro.oo. Dr. Mott's Chimical Co., Cieveland. Ohio. FOR RAI.K HV Evans & Bryant, - - Waterbury, Vt. dbucational. Our Bookkeeper wm itent iii from thc Knnleti iitiHl lieHM i'ollcjfi'. W4 Wanldngton Strcct, Ifoattni. Her wrlt imr ulid Keneral of- orc wnm we nave ncvcr hccii ciiiiah--i ny nnv laciy nccoiintHiit. SfMI.KOKI. A MMTLF.lt.Mced Mer ohauta.'U South MarUct Street. UotUtd. FLAGS!" liuntiuif Flag, l(Hitner, Torchcf4, l nU, uml Caiiipnlicu OoihIh fOU ' liujr Oh pWf In tlie Slale tlitiii oi.it. Demoeratle, republlcan or uroblbllloa ltterrd 1-laK aud ItHiineri at lower pricea than In lioaton. i'rlcu-llat on upplletttlon. Salvatlon OU r" t" uB.if .n THE TUTTLE company, rutland, vt. BUSINESS AND SHORTHAND iUVATOR EN7RANCE : 694 Corner KneelanU. I BOSTON. Beautiful Prospectu frcc by mail or at tho office. c Individutl Instruction. Studentf aasisted to situationi. DAIRY SCHOOL OP i iu; - State Agricultural Collcge, BV&UNOTON. VT. Seiifinii npens Ootobdr M, 1893. Betl opportunitf everofTcrcd in New KngbUld to h'arn thc handliiiK of ncparator aml milk tocttng. Tuitlnn frcc. Ad dre V. W. rooKK, I'rofessor of Awriculture. BRADFORD AGADEMY. For thc hiher education of fOttng womcn. Buihl Ingl uinturpa-scd Tor eomfoii aml ht-alth. TwentT. Ilc ,utcs twelvc ln xrove; lake for rouinjf aud akatiuii. CUfinlcal and ncneral eounie of ntudv; aUo prcp tratory and OptlotMl, ojrinnulnm. maiio aml art roomi and chcinleal Uhoratory, lihraiy aud reading roOIUI. ('oinpctent ('actier'i. Ycar coin inenced Septcniher it, -'''. M iss ANMK K. .lo V BON am H1M ll 0. AXI.KN, I'rinclpnU. AppIt to Miss u iv ALi.KN, Bnutford. MaM THE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Rand Vermont, offors tt foot fat V nourtt if Btadf lu two i'nuroi Twd Terms a Yaar of Twanty Weelcs Eacli Ih-irnniiur the f nir. h I m i i . ' !. -i TucHday In Kchruary, Kaj lu Ain- :iml tha l I'or a eatalouti. Pieketfs Charge. The followin luUer from Colonel Albert Clarke recemly appeared in ilie lioxton Jutirnnl: Iu the interestim; report of tho do licntion of the Sixteentb Vermont Btgiment'l monunieni al Gettysburg, puhlishud in the Journal Batnrday, oecnra this patsa?e: 'itwis In the oriaU of the battle th a the b i- eadet of Wilci x and l'erry made their desperate utteinpts to break ihrouj;h the Union eenter, and arhen the Thir teeuth and Fourteeuth Vermont reLri menls and the troops froin Miisi-aclni setts, New York, PenniTlranla and other slates were resisting the ontlaUffht of the enemv, that the Sixteciith Ver mont, whieh ooeapled tbe iktrmltb llne botween the two lines of batib . eAotVtd aloM the riijht Jlmtk of PtektWt Ji'tes, eausing the utler roul of the assauliiui; force, who Ihrew down their itrms and EDWARD CONANT, Principal. gECKER'S BUSIiMESS COLLECE 492 Maii Street Worcester, Mass. FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEM3ER 5. , ttiliiou tobefcvi thJ 5. I'uil builaan aiid ihorl hand coiirHei. PUPILS ENTER AT ANY TIME. The patronae dmlu tho paat year wa three tUQM thtt of itll other bUtaOHl and hort-liaud ichotda coiuhiiicd. Kkrt an u L4MMT ROOMPt llKir t'Ot'US, H WT AM MoST Al'PAHAH'M. Mi'KK ANH HKI-rKK IK.t)KK han any citllee in i-"itlral M m tt hiHf etirolled durln the n aeanou found rennineratlve einployinent, aml we have in iny call for ottoa help th'M '"iTinnt mipplv .LV ' 'd lof eiUidUl Ftee CaUluiiue.