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VERMONT WATCHMAN & 8TATE JOURNAL, WEDNE8DAY, OCTOnKR 10, 1892.
7 listcllann. Hehlml hlm lny tlir tfni v AfOfMi Hchtnd the QatOe ot Hemile; Befofi hln wrt tht tiot1 of tthori'N, Itefore ti lin ntily stwrolPM en. The tmnd niate Mldi " Now tnmt wc prny, Kor 1"! tlie Ti'ry atar nrn notio. Hrave Adin'ral. pfak I what ihell ! ay ." Why, aay. ' Hnll nn ! ItHOHl amlnn!'" " H nnm Krow mutlnou day by day; My men ffOIV fhattly WWI Mid weak." The niniit tn atc tlnnirfht of hotne; a lrjr f alt wuve wn-Oird Ml IWefthj! eheek. " What sball 1 ay, hnive Adm'r il. niy. If Wt ejghl Mttjthl but ea at dnwii?" " Why, yon ihOH 19 at break f duy. ' Sall oii ! mill Oft I IftU nn ! aiid nn " 'I hey salled nnd Itllftd) M Wtadl mlnht blow, 1'titn at tait the btencbee1 mate shui, V liy, D01V not even htd would know Stmulil wr itrl till our inen fall dead. Theee verv wlnd fOTgel toetr way! por tiod froin theee dreart II nmie. n peak, hrave Adin'ral; peak aml aay" lli' sald, ' Hnll nn I -.ui oii ! and Ottl Tlioy Ralleil. Thoy niled. Thm spoke the tnate ' TIiIr ttiud ea ihoWI Us t f't h to ultfht. He enru hi up. he uei In wnit. Wlth llfted teeth a If to blte! Hrave Adin'ral. nay Imt 000 k"'"' word: Wlmt sliall w(! dn wIipii hnpe Iw KiHie '" i he ori leapeu n a ! i j i h n oru, Thrn, prO nnd wan. he k' pt hl rttrk And iMNTt'd thriniKh diirkncR. Ah, th.it hiifM, of ittl ditrk nttrhtn! And tliti n IpMK Aitnht! AtlKlit! A llirlit ! A lluht ' 11 KTt-vi , a tttarltt Bm iinfurlf d ' lt nrew t b tlnif'H lmrst of dnwti ; h' yalurd a world ; hr gavi1 that world TtK Kraudest lessoii " On and on!" Jvtfftin MiUer.iti ti'rnnl uttlit The "ifs" of iflatorjr. It is or ODMWMRteToHtC pl.in of px tniinri'H tOMki "Wlmt wonld h.ivp hopn the eoDMQOencci if surti nnil raob KD evctit Imd DOt OCOUrrcdF" Stopp WM thUI yivi'n to ihe btitorlcal Imaglnatloii, ud n man could sliow Ixith knnwii'ilttt' imd fanry. In onrown Uvwweknow howmucb hMgi on trifleo. Yon takeona side of astieet and inissn fortnne or n affMtton, whioli mlght linvu been yotirs Imd yon taktD the otlur side. Von ni'uli'ct to aiiHwera Inttcr; ron ptok n j jiii old l.idy Who hM lipcn nin ovcr by a cab nay, yoxx look up and see yoir fate, InSte&d of looklng down and tniiiiK hcr and nll yoiir lifc la altercd. So it K too, in the hlrtory of nationt. Buppow tht klng had not halted at Va- MHHesi BUpposa Jamcs' nosc had not hli'd at Saliiburyi HnppoM totnebodjTi whoM namc I forget, had donc ai he proposed to do at Qneen Anna'a death; mppoM the Idedei had won at .Marathon, or the Sara Cens at Totirs, or Ifasdrnbal at the Me tattras; mpptXM that Xapolcon had not snf- fered frotn lndigeatlon at VVaterloo, or that Groucby had not rnisinterpretad hii Ofden and ivhere ll hlitory? Nay, take a OaM on whiob we caiinot dwell, and wbicb niRgMti reflectiow nrhlob cvcryone can nxake for bitntelf, SnppoM a cartaio Kiiman goventor had bcen an bonait manl Tln re taa kind of tanoifal pleaann in ftnawering tbee probletns; but, on the whole, would the turn of a ttraw, whloh eamed to be so motnentona, hara ntada much dlflerance! W know bow our char acter shapea our livefl, and we donbt whetber acoident i so potent nfter nll. Bay you ueet thewrong fate and marry Onhappily. Wonld you have licc'i) luckirr wlth anotherfatef Bay you mlaa a fortune by a siiht neglect. Haa not your vrholeca reer been a nerlei of slight npnl'cts? Vou take np a tract and are converted, or you have a vision likeColone Qardiner or Pas cal. I ani oertaln that Colonel r.ardinor's oonveraion had long been ripeningt one day or another t be vision wotlld have come, whether hewaawaiting for that partlon lar lady or for anothi-r. If not that tract aome other tract would baveproduced lta result s: you wciv maturing for t bat psyobo logical alteratlon. if we apply thli Idea to national Instead of indiviilual life it ntay appear that the acddenti werenotso vciy momentous. Bay that the Frenoh kiiiLT had reaelied the frontier. Tant niictix pour lui, bttt the revolution would have gonc on. Bay that Grouohy bad "come up," aml that Xapolcon had been well. We and the tinited continent were not no near the end of our resourcea aaFranoe was; we should atlll have beaten the Cor tcan on another Seld. Beaides, Orouchy'e blundec wa not anaocldent, lt was part of a bablt of mla&ing tlinncea which had nrnng up in the Frenoh Hrmy ever einoe the defeittl in the pcninsula, t hetnselves oonsequent on Napoleon'i undertaking too much even for bim. Say the Peraiana had Won at Marathon. Could they have held Greeee as they beld tho lonians, so that Oreek ciTillcation wonld bav.e ezpiradf In all probability that waa quite itnpoealble (orPeraia, For once, 1d epite of ollgarohi and jealonsles, Hellaa would have united In lesihtance; ehe mighl even liave gained by t lie Ft rungle. Say that Cart hau'e had supported Han- nibal and had allied hereelf wlth Pblllpof Macedon, l'hey could not bavebeld taly; they could not have reduced Bome to a village and luiposed a new civUlsatlon on the world, Had Kdvvard II been Bdward I, l'ainiockbiirn would have been lo.st, but you could no more lubdue Scotland than we can bojd Afghanlaton, If Charlee had marched on London from Derby, if the Wellb (Qairea had come in and il the BSng- lish Jacobitaa bad been true bearted, atill in a very few years Jamaa would have been ent paoking again. Hlttory would have gained a ronmtitic pane, but BngUuid Would be much wlmt she is at present. The klng WOUld not have had a better ohanoe than Louia XVII and ObarlM X; Le would have squandered hin opportuni ties as readily. Had theArmada landed her men Bngland would have KiilTered, hut few of the invaders would have secn Spniu again. Had Charlei Martel been defeatod the Saracens, in the long run, would have inet the fate of their rountrymeu in Spain. The movement of the world may be de ferred, but not actually diverted. The great stress of national character nnd cir cumstance is ItrongW than any nccident of wnr. This way of lookiitK at history robs it of romanoe to iome eztanti nnd i fear eucour ages politioaj fataliim, What oao we do against a great tidal wave of influetice, rining far away in the deepaof the past and IWeeping gradually up and breaklng on uhP Well, we can do what we may. We can iuodify the inipact of the wave, we can adapt ourselves to its lift nnd atress, or we can decline to recognizc It. Fngland was fated to absorli Kcotland to a great extent, but she et ruggled so well and refuscd so long to obey destlny in one partieular form that another and honor able form at last overtook her. She was not dragged under by the swell, but rode eocking on the crest of tho tlde. It is something to recogni.e that we are not slaves of the lurn of n straw, but are obedicnt to wide and prohably salutury laws. King Janies mlght huve come to his own again once if hil friends had not topped for the othcr glass at u tavern. Yes, but tbpy were nlways stoppiug for that other glass. That was the general role of their natures, and the conetitutiou of things was against it and them. lt wai notmeielythe one extra ohs of lirundr that did the husiuesa. Modi rn Mcthods of t.i incliii" Whcnl. Millstones run in the old, rrudo wny used to tiirn out M to l per cent. of their ffriat In the form of iniddlings wheat flni'ly brokcn, but still far BbOft of the powdeiiticss of flotir. I'ortned from the part next the lmsk, hanl In tcxt ure and refiartory to the UillltaMti Ihese miil- dlinga were at the Mmf titna tbtwhMt'i ricbest Ktibslances, the portioti most sensl tive tO the aotlOB of leaven. .Millcrs wero quite well aware of their value, but mlxcd as the mlddllngl were with bran, germ nnd BbBTi they were either runtiitothc refuae beap fot cattle feod or tnade Into a low qnallty of ilour. Whsn the middllngi puiiner wafl Invented, lta cleanaed aml aep atated product yieldcd h flotir so mperlot to nny brand pievioiisly mauiifact uri'd that ratllera began to etndy bow tho per oontago of mldalingi migbt be Increaaed, This led to the IntrodaOtiOO of "new prooeai milllng," whicb was timply blgh grlndtng on miiletonea, the upper mill- ttOOe lieiti( of an incrcased hoight from the lower. This process was in turudis- carded for the Elungarian rollov system. A very st rik ing traoaformattoo haa re- sulted. Wierens the niiller's aim has been to make as iniu'h Ilour at one opcra tion as he could. and as little middlings, DO flmteOTOn todny t o make all the mid dlings possihle, and at his eai lier opera tions as little Ilour as be can. To produco the largest possihle yield of middlings he uses n seiics of rollers to lireak ni hie wheat. That done, rollers in n second cx- tended teriei rodttoe the middlings to flonr, CJncounted espetimenta have ihown that In both operatlone it is best to procood de liberately, Qradual reductlon pnntiti graduaj puriflcatlon, nnd no ptuifioatioo can bethoroiigh whloh is not gradual. n ahandoning met hods t hat seemed sim ple, and whlch were really too simple, mil i rs bave bullt up what looks like a round ahout process. Their Juitlfloatlon li in its tplendid results. Today oot of 100 pounds of flonr they wNI have some seventyto seventy-five pounds of a whlteneai and breadmaktng quality tttoh as the old tnilbj knewnot. twenty pounds or so as good as the old mills' best and onlythe remainder. flvatoten pounds, of lowgrada. nterenfing Facts. The saviugs bank was invented by n clergyman. Tinware was flrst made in thiscoiintry in the town of Kensington (now Berlin), Conn. The flrst ligbthoUM on the Aniciican coast was built at Bt. Augustine, Fla., by the Bpanlardt, Compoppera owe their origin to the ln ventlve genlue of n New Hampehlre man named Francli P. Knowlton. wbo in 1867 made the flrai popper in existence, The standard coins on tlie continent are, In FratlCe. the franc; in Spain, the jiesetn; in Italy, the llra; in Holland and Auatria, the florin; in Oermany, themarki in Kus- sia, t he ruble. The seasons, noniinally aml according to the cnlendar, begin ns follows: Spring, March 80, at a. m.; rammer, June -'o. n p. m.: autumn, Sept. sa, s p. m.; winter, Dec, 21, S a. im. In ls-is the tlrst bird cnges were lnann faotured in the United states. Prevloua to this iliey were imjiorted from Germaiiy. G. Gunther was the flrst to make them in this country, in New York city. Card playlng was a favorite diversion ns far back as Shakespeare.'s time. The prln cipal games then played are now uiiknown, such as "priraers, " "gleek," "maw," "ruff" and "knave out of doors." London has the dlstinctton of being the flrst city to use coal, This was in the lat ter part of the Twelfth oentury. its use Was probibited shortly after lta introduo tion, nnd one man wns actually exeottted for violatlng tliis lnw. Cigarette Maclilnes Withln tbe last few yenrs some very won derful inachines for mnking Cigarettes Uive been invented. One pattern wiil turn them out at an nverage rate of S78 n min- ute. Tbe patenta on t bese devlces are vast lyvaluable, Oscar Hammersteln, of New York, OWUS several of tbeui, on w hich he has been drawing royaltics of 100,000 a month. One style, which may as well be described for t he sakeof lllustrat lon, passes along an endless strlp of paper, the width of w hich is just the length of a cigarette. The tobacoo is fed from nbove into little KCaleS, They drop ns SOOO ns they have re- eeived the precisc qoantlty required, etnp tying their COUtentS Upon the strip of pa- per. whloh Isrolled, chopped off w ith knivea atiil glued neatly, all in an instant of time. Of course a great many are made simulta neouslv, the inacbine counting them and eonveying thetn Into tbe packages, which are Ukewise wrapped around by mechan lcal cnntrivancea anaided byhands. The Russiana and Turks do not use any ma cbinery for tlio manufacture of Igarettee, the work belng all done by band. Creneb cigarettes are pnrticularly mild becnuse tiie tobacoo la ateeped in water to make it so Eflianijp. Things Wortb Keinenibering. There are 10,000,000 coins in the Uuited StiHes. There are 2.J,0(MI kinds ot baUetfllea. The hverai:e Weigbt of horse ir 1,000 pounds. The next tr:nsii of Vetius wiil DOCUf in the year 2004 The gre.itesi deptb of the At laoiio oceun is 27,866 faet, Telegraph tut'BBagea coat tbe world 1450,000,000 iu 1801. Corn on the ear is uever fouod with an uueven tmtuber of rows. The highest speed altaiued by a tvpewriter is 200 wordl a rninute. The whole uuuiber of slars knowu to astronomei's nt present is 10,000. The humaii latu ily is subject to forty-lour piiutipal fortna of goveroment. Elgbty-flve per Oent Of tbe people Wbo are laiuo ure nflected on tbe left side. The lotal arua of tbe ooal flelda in tlio world is esti- m ited at 471,HOO .square nii!cs. LmUin' llome Juurnul. A Stndent'a ( ure for naomnla I eati't get to alet-p. I li y evcrything. I counl u to a buudreii and look ut one spot ou tbe Oeiling, and say my pruyers forward and iheu backward and then 1 think ot sheep going ovcr a ience, but il isn't uny use. Tuen us l'm toss iug arouud 1 thiuk I hear some one saying: " George, get up; it's huit past seveu." "AUngbt in u luiuute." " George, get up, or you'll be late." "Oh, no; I won't be late. .lustafew luiuuies longer." " George, you've got to be at tbe Offlce ut eight. You'd bet ter hustle." "Oh, all rigbt. Bight away. Bocomf'blo here cau't iu-m-m prot' SOOO iu iii-ni hguor-hguor-hguor." lilexsed Sleep. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is a Harmless, Poaltlve Curo for the worst fotm of l-'cnmle Complalntl, all Ovariati troublcs, IntlanttnStlOfl and l kera tion, Falling and Oisplaccments, also Spinal Wcakness and I.eucorrhnca. It wiil dissolve and expel tuniors from the iiterus in an cai ly stagc of dcvelopnicnt. and checks the tcndency to canceroUS hiiniors. It retnovcs faintness, fliitiilency, wcaknts of the atomaeh, cures Bloating, Headache, Nervoua Proatratlon.Oeneral Debillty, Sleep lesaness. Dcprcssion and Indigestion, also that feelins of Bearlng down, causing pain, weiglit. and backache. lt acts in harmony with thc laws that govern the femala lyatent tindcr all circumstances. For Kidney Complaints of cithcr sex this Coinpound is unsurpasscd. Correspondence freelv answcred. Addrcss in confidence, LYDIA B.PINKHAM MED.CO., Lynn, Mass. m Well Seated in public opinion. B-L Tobacco is popular hccausc it is the greatest chew or smokc for ieast money. DR MOTT'S Nervcriiie P.lls, lt. l'om rmdy tttt prtrout .i,, Imtlon nn u 1 I 11 e-f;it i BK F.rc AND AF Bn UfltVQ. y Manhood I nipnii in-T, Hlfbtly r.m h.rrorn, P'putai wmiy, xco-ivi- u ( C-itHl I ' 4f tltl i4 r ol r tion iiln.u or lon :tit,, Vt.iithin .1 inn or fll.Hlfll, WllMl l- . n li vt-t v fl oidt r vv t."V" tviHlt-n LMi.tt tnli to rnr- "i i.Vti tlo nwf BoW ' $10 pmt lx,b boiti fot IA.QQ. DR. MOTT'S CHEMI0AL 00., rip-eiaud, 0. koh pai-k nv Evans & Bryant, - - Waterbury, Vt. NEW LIFE. HuBuica htajiph made to onler by the w liiii.tii Publiuhiug Compauy. In. K. ( . WEST'H NERVE AND BRAtN THKA.T MKNT. ii sn'ftti for HfttwU, DUilnan, iit. N-u-miirt, hm Iftcbei Ktrvoai PnMtratloii 'uki-iI iy Hii'fihoi tr t'ii;ici'n, WakefnlneM, Kmtil Deprw ilop, Sofwiilin it ititiin, Mtailiig iiiHuniry, inlte ry !-mv. dMtthi rVOUUlttUf M iis. MlTnOtl, I.ogt of Powt-r tn fltht-r nvx. Iintn'tt'iifv. l.iMicorriMi.i titul nll Keiiuilf W'fitkiif.Hies. Iuvtihui'urv I.ims.-h, BpermtttorrncBa ';iuhci1 by over-Mertlon of Uniln, s.-it ipuii. Overlndalgence. a roonkh'i traatniaiiti $ ; tor fit.hy nuii, v e OaanDtM nlx bOJtei to oure. KM)b DKUrf tor ii boxofj with p'., wtll Mlui wrlttt'ii nuurniitt'f t" ri'fund If tmt t'nreii. iJnnr iinttM' MaedoolTbv LESTER H. OREENE, drug- glBt huiI i)le MgtlY -'") Slate Str'Mt, Mniit pt'ller, 't. Ten Cents MI7X lilJ VTft VI llavnmi-llllc.l, i4 little ''' to i y for u tborouybly ood olKS r, one nt ouoa oredii to vour own lods ineni and to ttie couiiinny you sre in, meue upon bonor,11 a de llulit to nll. A 1 I M E tiuvs n ped viKiir, pronounoed BRAYTON. HM (PATSEPT.ir77f lSOAR J X.,., iw Aa-Aaj .'Jtli Htru tiv puro. HwtlnttM wtt'i n-i Lundnr, '..ii m ur foUrH. Wiil iitit yftlovr, Ptkk or trrwn the khen hkf HiKiu ni;ttt' imilv nt mm rniiUitix ao lllliy ttl-atMHI -UlVIOtf K''""'i ' 'LK A N KMT Ht) AI' hl A K. 'oMilixfly POtM it iu.vi'iiiH inuplMa bJUMH w Hiuiiifiii'Jiiri' nitMi tlw r.xirn I'ul-v Aiu' rifan Kxtnu Vluu iTtwninn, tlttltlfii Uula NiMiw. ull attkrfra jnuuU ut i iu . nuirkft. Bolil try nll Rrnoorfi. ManttfactiiiT'l otily by I L JU'F'Q CO.. SpHngHid, Min. bbfrtiscmcnts. RESTORED MANHOOD Minnit ru - wrtin llni best yet " by Impai ttiu ni'tiif AsU the neareat tobacoo aeller for tlu; NEW 1,. BRAYTON V CO., fUnton, Mass. JAPAltcbc bUAP. Q. A- R. Old Soldier's Cratitud3 COMRADES, READ THIS. Torturing, Lifc Dcstroying Dyspep sia Cured. Another Triumph for Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy. Mr. Jsmes , Dean, Comtnander ..r Oen. Ginnt Post, O.A.R., Koiiiioiit. N.T.,snd hlef V.B, siiiil Amnl oftii.. ClnterA Deteware Kt&tlrosd snd one ofthe most nopnler sud w. n knowu Qentlemen in ttie Eut, trhoss trevaeltj i bejrond itteaaton bajs : I wns nll nin 1otvti vrltb HTSPrPSTA. tdoctored nnd doctorcd but Itall reanited Iheaameway, lerowworse. Itnffcni lintold miaery nlsrbt and day. Jlycasn vas rronounci'd incuraMt. I KUuered this way for fully TWO TEABS. I Clmcctd tO mrct Dr. Kcnncdy on tbd trett sbout tli:it time, nnd l lonl btm of n,y conditlon nnd be aajil, "Jimmt," yon r.ecd not tnffer to. conic 1 1 my o('..n nnd II givo you it bottlo of rAVOBITB KESlEDi, talvt it mornlng, toon and Digl t, nnd it wiil curo you. I took tho t. dicioo ih dbcctcd, but had ao cotifi tfiMc in n curu, r t my casc had bei n Irlcd ty so mnnv. Aflor Using it u wpck I bc- fn t. fccl better, nnd Rt n ihort whiio i fter that 1 wns ENTIBELf Cl'BED 'Just Viitlh tf it. cntirely evral. Thul terrlble dlatrefls, eTcrVtblog I r.fr, breakin vp nnr i:i rny lliroat bad all ponr nnd I bavc ut t bad n niomrnt-i di COnfort llnce. 'i'o-day there ii'ut a Ittililiicr innn in tbis country nnd rry BVMtlte i (Tnnd. 1 1 cllere I could t:.t i XE0 OF NA1LS if l hadtoanddlgi t thetn vtlih cnse. Favobitr lli.miuj u the foc 6f Dyspcpaia nnd poor bual'.u. lours irul f, JAME3 S VZ2. PROLIFIC POULTRY FOOD W1LL MAKE HENS LAY Mlxed vHli the mornina feed nrevi nti i.Vf VfUiHffHi l I'ttth'i' Piekinffg oureal i. u i,n f ftniera. A smnll siiin cxpenrted for It wiil return ntany Utnes the eost in the Im reased pro duct lon ot I frare. Bold by Beednneu, Peedmen, Hniirlsts, nu.t Grcnorsl Deal ers. Jlh. Pk8.2Ao. IX lb. Pkg. Ho. ft lb, 1'kjS. 1 in. rug. hiint 1 iniill tor 4(ic. L. B. L0RD, Propr,, BURLINGT0N.VT. Scicntific American Auency for R. IbHKhhEt caveats. TRADE MARKS. DEF.ICN PATENTS COPYRICHTS, etc. For uifnrmaMon nnil free BsndbOOk writo to Ml NN .v COnMl BHOAOWAT, HSW Voiik. OldfMl tiiironu I'tr i.('iirlnir -itimt-. In Ani.Tlea. Kverv pntunl tiik.'n out t,v i i.j t'niuiiht l,t"re Ihv inibhc Of n DOUOa (ftveh ISS f l-Iiiu-ku ln tlio Jrientific mcritim Lnrifont rlmilntlon nf any arlontinr panor In tne w iM. S)li'lh1llly HtllHtrHtuil. No Intflllircnc min hi,ui,t i- wiu.uut it. Wockly, SJ.00 jear; $M ,li uimthn. Aditle.'s MU.NN i CO Vuuusuhiis,:! Hrosdwsr. Now Vui.. 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Jnrlaio, I fileftd fttiltyi hu ftitciiks tlir truih; I M0 wlmt 1 nin, rnrl wlmt ftfU eo, s old in h dnBioedt qhImIIowM youth Thftl fOtif w rinklfil ycnr-. fonm yotino; to me. Don't ptvm li lint lif Iimc; I kmiw ft all: TbtMMy PnQtlDgt thi fliifiit wonU, Tht mtwiiiti flflvel twtti ffon Patil. AtMl n BBtmltd pbfSM or two of the LordV Morcovrr, voti feff (f fOQ ntipposr Thnt fr n luit lot, Htnkofl lo tin, Blldefl rloWll Hm ilnt'krn - wlthout nomo thrort f tb ncstfvd pttrittM within. Oh, ir, fan WT mg ivn our fllnjfrare TO tblnk thftt m novor wnil nrnl crjr Out from thc fOQltlMAs with liftcil fnro, To an awfiit SoincthinB np In t lie ftkf. I)o yn tliink 1 nrvcr tlronm of homo? Of a wonty innn wlth whltnlriK halr; Of a mlW)i&J volff f n a varant. norn, Aml tho nohs a-rhokfl ln a woman'R prayer1 That nothtnit has cvi-r promptod Mitfht, Bwift my lnintfry foot OOQld My. Fnthrrwanl, tnothrrwanl -tliat I miffht Fall on their n.'cks, hn-ak ht-art and tlte? My Ood my Qodl whcn tho tnakod hrow mnst Bi otothod tn a falp, fnrffod ra'lianrr. whlle Tho bloOfil of thn I01 Is Imkod t dtiflt Afid tntlght thrOUf ll yur falirit'atnl MBflt Iroa'l irhost of munlorod Innnronoo flitiiaT i'crpolmil Javclins from thoir cyes, And haho'M hlrdlikn ohirrupintf ISraros liko thnndpr out of tho wktea Whon tho Bwoot anrtltlrfl sot to (f"ard Tho lnmr wldtononft from outer stain, Triokt M of iht ir holy watoh and ward, Moan anl mallcn ln lioart and hruin; Anl a hn-A Ung fnry htintM anl hounds Wln rovi'i a Hoan tliounht btdM away, And a dfMdful vnioo of doomlntf Rounds TbrOQgb tho lumntod chamhoM ninht and day; And a BomtMhlne morks yon whon you lautjh, And ftOEBOthiimf joTt ynu whon you woep: Anl holltiro lurks in tho wino you quafi, And a ttend rirm at yoti in your sloop; An'l a OOitltlS horror pnrks you dmvn ThfOQgb a hhiok and bottOtllloU ahyas Jttdgvi do ynu think your lfjinl ftfiwn Can aUK'H' inniJhmont, wor?o than tliis? Bah! what nn infinito fool am I To talk liko this to a man liko you! Pomc day tho loOghotl t us must dle And wo shall he stfted tbfOtlgh and throurjrh. Siftod and Kort.-d. Judd, havo you thought Tlmt poMfbl to the Sorter, tlion, BOBttOthtng thnt now m may ho nauht Whon tho ooward'a shriekn Bteam up from plfaftf E.rchange. The Stones or Baalbek. On tbe ontskirta of tbe modern vllisire our Bttantion is arrested by tbe quarrisa vrbenoe tbe stones o( Baalbek. were bewn, and wbich Ue on tbe rigbt band of tbe load from Bbtanra. ln tlio midat of tbese qnarrles there liea one stone, hewn nnd fnsbiunt'd witli oxciuisito accurncy, nlniost aevered from the solid rook and apparently vratting to be carried away to its dsatined ?laee in the walla of tbe gront Phosnlohui emple f Baal. There it haa remained in allent grandenr for npwsrd probably of 3,000 yenrs, sug gesting to tiic thoughtful observer many iutorostintt nnd curious rolbct ions. How long wns tbut stone in proci-Hs of excnva tion nnd fashioulngt uow many human handa were employed upon the workf What implementa wrere used for tbe gignn tic toil !' How Hns it to have been removod from tlie quarry to its appointed plnce? How raiaed to its posltiou when ouce car ried there f Wby, after all tho labor wbich had been beatowed upon It, was lt left at last in the quarriesf Could we dlscover the anawer to thia laat qnestion weabould prohably b nrn of some great crisis in tbe world'a history, some mlghty incursion, aome decialve battle, some Irrevooable overthrow of a powerful nation, for it is evldent that the work was abandoned and denly while yet remaining inan tnoom plete condltion, and there la uo explanation so feaaible or proimiile us that of oonqueat by 11 foreign foe. liut howaball weexhibit totheordinary reader the marreloua proportiona of tbis coloaaal atonef Ronghly speaklog, and ln round Qgurea, We may say that it is T0 feet loio,', U feet broad and U feet blgh, Now what doos t his ineanf Imagine a room U feet aquareand 7 feet high a very fair sizod cottagi' room. Imagine n housewith tenaucb rooma in lt, flveon tbe ground floor inarowand five on the ftrat floor above, Imagine thia house to be one soild block of stoiu and we have tlio stone in the Baalbek qnarryl lt haa been com putcd toweigbat leaat 1,800 tona, and a fnrther caloulation haa been made that it would require 40,000 strong rnen, pulling their baraest in tbe eame direction, to move tlmt. atone a quarter of nn Inoh iu nn hour There are 500,000 WOmen iu this coun try abffering more thau deatb evefy day tbe wivea, mothers, aiatera, daugh tera of tlioso wbo have fulleu victims of tbaaaloon. The influence of tbe grog. ahop is to drive out from amoogtbe peo ple every gooii thing and aubratute for it ull tlmt is worst in luiinan life. The toiai amouot of stu'nr produced in tlio United Statrs dariOg tlie last (is cal e.r was 878,115,917 pounda, ol wblo ull exci'pt 13,2850Q was cutu' sUL'ar. Tbe auioutn of boutitv paid ou tbis productiou was i:7,.'14J,(i77. Bbx is deligbted with it. Mrs. Il.iii nab Moore, Bebron, Neh., wriles: "My motber bad a iwolleo kneo, oauaed bj a fall. I purohated a bottle of Sa va tion OU, Ve used it hii I 1 nevei suw a 1't'U.edy work so well. li took the iwelllng dowa iinmediately and ilTocted a L-ure." It an oft-repeated remark, tlmt we do not have tbe hi-j;b quality of straw uow-a-days which w.is l oinmou belore tbe adveut of tbe suugly pucked, twino bouud bundle. Sl'KCIMKN C'ASKS S. II. Clifford, New Caaael, Wla., irai troubled erltb uuurulgiaaiul rboumalistu, his slotuach was disurderud, his livcr was affected to au Isrming derec, appelile lell away, aml he was lerribly reduced iu llcsh aml strength. Thrcc bultles of Bleotrio llittcrs curcd Liut, Kdward Bbapberd, Bvriaburg, 111., bad a run niug soro ou his leg of rigltt years' Itandiog. Used tbree boillus of Eltc trlc llitlers uud seveu boxus ol lluck len's Aruica Salve, uud his leg is souml aml wull. JobD Speaker, t uuwuba, Ohio, had llvu largc fever sores on his leg. Doctors saiti hu wus iucurable. Oue bottle of Lluc.tric liitters aud oue box of Hucklcn's Arnica Salve cured bim cutirely. 8old at C. lilukcly's drug-storc, Montpelier, Vt. CHiLnHKN Oiy for Pltohar'l Castorls. Ouiuiukn Cry for Pitcher's Castoris. crimc (Tablcs. Montpelier & Wells River R. R, ;,IHE ALUMINP LINE." Tlmr Tsbls, ln sfftet Oot. .1. IM. Tr&Jm i...,vtn ontpstisr rna nn rotioiri: 0 1 P m.mi pqnni 1. sl Wells XI h Q m ; Ull trslnn .., Ul I U llli """li "ii I'Miumpalo R, It. WMtn Xrmiitithin, wltb 11111II hii.i tiprna trnlim tor 11 TI.'.ll 1 1 . 1 Mlicr.rfl ni Bo-- tnn. II fl M I M'll 1 s,. , , 1, Ht I I II 11 m " Kli w 'i. "prnm nd I I II Ul Ull 1 ttnim for m. Jolins, w i onttt newport snd Montrssl. AIho with sspresa tratu for ClTmonth, Lpnoord umi Ho ton, Hiot nniil trHln nortli for Lltbotl, l.lttlf lon, WhltHHeld. KlyHh'N, l.iiiir'HKler Hiid . 1 1 AC0OM MOOATtON. 4:30 p Cnn. mnerts at Well Klver wlth ei , pni tmln for st. .lotiiiNhury 1 MldNlWpOlt AlHonltlitralii trr lilt Itlvi-r .iiinction nd wny titll(ti. aml wlth ao OonnodfttlOal traln for all pottit betwffn Wooflvllhi Hllfl 1 . 1 I.' 1 . 1 BARRE TRAINS. Lesrs MocitpsUsf lorBsrrs nt ltA.M.,lilAi K.,tlM A. M., II : A. M., I : :i'l P. :l :il 1'. J P. M., I4B V. K, liss 1. M. fjSSTS lliirro for HoStpStlSf al 7:0 A. M.. 9: '.' A. M.. ISlM a M-, lliM P. M., llN e. H.,4iN r. .,:) r. ., UN v. m., s iM r. m. ff.A. 8TOWKLL, Osssre JfcaaiWi . W. MoliSK. llmrral 1'iittmotr Aqrnt. Klvei Central Vermont Railrcad. Oseuseaeiag ort, '2. isM, Trains OoiHff StUth aml Knnt wiil Leave .Mont pelier ai flaUnu : 0:OO A. M. MAII.. for FltrlihurK, Hontoii, Rprtni. fletd. Now l.ondon mid Nw Vnrk. 114: 30 I". M. KAST TKAIN, for BoStOa Tl Low. SU Hiot New York vt .Snrhii'ofld. II 50 I'. Hh MlXhli, f,,r Northfleld, Roxhurr, nnl wny stiitlons to Whlto ltlver .lunotlou Kud Inrlnor. H-.nr, P, H, PA8SBNOKB, for White Innctloti iool Wlml.or. ' IS 1 40 A. M. I.XI'KKSS. for BostOBTtS tiwell SAQ bII ipoIiih ln New BUnaildi Nw Vork nnd Soutb, TtafM Osfn.7 Xnrth nnd We.it : 2:50 A. ML KXPBK8S, for MnilllSSl. OsdSSI lnirK hihI tlio W ont. 6:83 A.M. ACOOMMODATtON, lo st. Albsnt, Burlington hiuI Hut liiiiit . Troy nnd New Vnrk. tOlOOA. M. PASSBNOEK. tor liiirllnton. r. Alttnn-, ltti'hlortl. tlouiio'ti I'olnt nmt Sl. .lolin-, malc eoiilifrlioii!. lor Troy, Alh.oiy ioil Now Vork. SiSS F. Bf. PAHSKNOEK. tor Bnrllniton, 8t, AibsllSj Mnntr.Ml. I lfleliHlturif nn.t tho West. StaoP,M. FAST BXFkjcss. Pnllmsn fJleeii Iiik I'nr to chh'Htfo. Ttaronsb ilcketn to Ohloago nnd all potntl Weit for s-ilr tt tho irlnolpnl atntloni. tabarban Traln Rerrlee. I.onvr- Montpelier nt S:U, T:"". lilt, I0:lt, llsM A.H., IMI, l:W. m liSS, s:.ii p, m. Arrlve nt llnrre twssi ,-iive ninutsi sftcr IssTtnji lime. Lssvs llnrre nt MstA, tr, 1:36, fM a. m., UllM.llU, lnW,4lM, 7SM, ItU, 1'. M . Arrlve t Montpelier, twenty. tlvo iiilnuteH nfter lenvhiK lime. TrsiDi lssvs for wuUSinstowii at IStMA.lc.snd :ln I'. M. Dsilr, Bundsyi laelodsd, f Bundsys oHiy. All pnaieniier trnln wiil ntotiikt thr IMoneer Workl to tnke or lenve p:menRer when Mlminlled. K. W. THOMPSON, AKent. r. w. nAi.owis, unsrsl saperintendsat, S. W. Cl'MMlMl.s, BSSSnl PSSSSmtSI Aeut. JCcgal )otucs. C1VNT1IIA M. LACE'H ESTATE, r atk oF VKBMOIS r.Wuhlngton iutrict,M. ii. probate t'ourt. heiii nt Montpelier. in u4 for iilttl I lstrirt, on tlie l"tli il;iy of (l.-tohnr. A.I). 2: Au Imtrnniflnt purportlHB to tM the ImI wuiaud Teitittii'nt ot t ytitlif.t M.l.aix'f, 1ku ol Crtbot, lu sHhi dlttrteti decaMedi inin prest'nttMi t. tlie Court for rniliatf: lt i .inlrretl Uy h.ixI ( ourt, tliiit ult per sotis rotn f nu'tl thert'iu be notttletl to iijjeur ut n pg. ton of wiiitl Coarti 'i ln ht!i at tht Pio6at mtce in talti Mtmtin'Her. on ttie -t iUy ul NovcmlH'r, A. D. IWI U6 inow rmiHe, It any they nuiy have, iKalut the probfttfl of sant Luitrntnent i for wntcn puritoae lt te fnrther ortereOathM notlee ofthi order uHimb- It.Hlit'fl tlirt'c woek ucei?!ivoly in tlie Vermont Watehtnan A1 Staii burnatti nt-wshaper iirinteflat Montpelier, ln thia itete, preTloiu te Mid ttma ap polnted for hearlny ity the rnurt. Attet, lM HIRAM OABLBTON, Jadge, fVfAKY K, m:VII 1.I. - E8TATE. Sl IKur i-.liMtiNT. WHMlilntoii IHstrirt.M. iuJTolKitf Court. Iit'ld (it Montpelier, in aui for saitl DUtrlcti on tlie tth tlay Of Oetuber. A. U. 18-'; An lnstrument porporting to be the uitt wiil niMI teaumenl of Hmry K. NewheU, late of Waterbury, tu n.iiii plitrlot, deeeated. belna preaented to the t ourt for Probate, it i onlert'il by naifl Court, that all pi'rson.s f .iiffriit'il il . ivm Im" ii.it H'o-il .. rtppear at a eauon of ieid coart, tn - Uvu t tbe rrtibati tiHb't', in natil Montpelier, on tbe r.xh day 0fOctObe?i A. I). t&ii aml rtbow eaiiMtf, ll any tbey may have, agauiit the Probate of Mid butrtunent : for wbich pUtpoee it i further ordered, tbai notb'e of thi prderbe pnbllabed tbree weeu lueoeatlreiy tn the Vermont W'utrnimn ,V Siatt Jo'tnmt, a uewspajier prtnted at Montpelier, iu thU ntate, urevioUH to sald time appoiuteil tor heiirinK. Itv tbe i i.urt Attest, imi illliAM OABLETONi -UnlKe. DANIEL BMITU'S ESTATE. COMMlbSlON'ERB1 Nt iTICE. Ihe umlerHkRueil, baviug been apPOtnted by tr Honorable Probate Court for the DUfrlol u a-ninK-tou, roramliilonerfli to reeetve, exainine ami adjuit atl rlaiinn autl tleinandH of all persoii'i aalnst the eetate f Datilei bmlth. late of ftfarebflerd, in aid (liMtrlet. deeeated, aim all claiiu exbibtted lu otTet theretOi berebf ive notioe that He wiil tneet for the purpo.u'M aloresuiil at tbe tlti ollinjj hoiMe ot C. D. Bml h.outle J"th day of Ootober( and l t day of Hareb next. frotn ine o'olook i'. m. tintu rour o't lot k 1'. M-, eaeb of raitl da. and that nix liionthl from tbe uith day of AugUlt A. D. I893t Ul the time liiuited by aid Court for Mid eredltort to pretteut their claluis to us for exaintnatioii and albmance. Dated at Marshheld thl JTth dav of Seutember. A. 1. In"-.'. IM Ka'mUKoItuV:' :'n....i9.toner.. I A BEZ UA KEB S ESTATE. J CJMM1810MK8' N'tTICK. rbe unilerineil, having been apjioiuted by the Honorable Probate Court For the uUtrtot of vah wgton Commlutonen to reoelve. ezanilne audad Jum all claiine aml denutndi Of all peron aalmt tbe eetate ot .labt-z itakec, late ot Montpelier, iu naiii IMatrtett deeeaeedi and alielaini exlntnted in tdftiet thereto, hereb gtye notlee thal we wiil ineet lor the piirpoHfi ator.-s,ti. m i bt-..dlli e of the vermonl Mutual rlre Inturanee Uompanjtln the town of Montpelier, in tald DlitrlQti ou tbe rirt Honday of Novembor, 19W, umi nn Houday lu Harebs 18St, Crom ute o'eiook uutii four o'eloox, p. u..eaon of eald daye and tbae elx from the Jrttb day of .Nepieiuiiui, A. 1. lH'tj, i tbe time Umlted by lald Court for luttl eretlitor to present their eiatm't to ui tor ex tuiinatiou aud allowauee. Dated at Montpelier tln Mth day ot epieuiber. 1214 II. Bt. 1 UTLilSi, Oom tnHtton ttet J. KA M, BAT4 BKLOER'8 ESTATE, JttTATKOV VJUtMUMT. WaebUurton Dbrtrlev. aa Fn Probate Courti bela at ilontpeuort iu saiu uu- triei, on the Mib lav of OotOber, A. I. M8l Lewis C. Katrheltler, Kxeeutor ot tbe last wiil and tostament of l.aura M. Itati helder, late of 1'Uiutleld, in ttahi IHstrit't, tleeeaseu.presents hu atlnunUtration aooouni for exanilnatlon aud allowauee. aml malcei upidieation for a decree ol dutributloo and partttlon of the estate of eahl ileeeaseil. W . a. It U ordered by itabl t'ourt tbalsaid aecouut aud ttahl appllealinn he lett rred to a Afion tliereof, to be held at the I'robate Oltiee, iu said Mont pelier. on the h'th day of Noveinber. A. D. lWi, for hearinK 'tud deobilon tbereou : Aml, tt i further ordered, that notlee bereof be iven to all iierioli In teresteil by putilieatiou ot the Mitne tbree weukii auo eesslvely iu tbe ti inoht IVtttfimait it' citate . i al, a newspaper pnbUebed at Montpelier, previou to saul time aniHinteil lor hearlUK. ihat they may aiv pear at aitl timi autl place, and how caufle, ll aur they may have. why aid aooouni hould uot be ai luwed, aud m-b decree made. Ity the t ourt. - Attest. 131.1 iiiKAM OABLKTON, .ludiie. DAMEI. SMITIIS Il ITB. KTA flOF V KHMONT, Vahiiitrton Dtatnct.ee: ln I'robate Coui t. held at Montpelier, ln aud fOf sald Dlvtriet. m the Int dav ol Oetober. A. D. UJMi Ooiidon D. binith. Adtuliiintrator of the estate of Dauiel Miiith, late of Marshfield, lu huhI lifttrtct, deeeaeU, uiakes anplli-at lon to nalo Court, wlth tbe t'ouhfut aml upprol,ttl'n in i :., of the hfllrs ot aul doi'eased, reaulliiK In the State of VeriliOUt. for Uoenee to ett all of the reil etHte of sald deeea etl. Ituatetl ln Marhrie)il, lu eald IMstriot, to wit : llome piaee ut Viliane.aUo the f trm. repreteut ii.,- that the aate theretif WOUUi be beiielleial to the lielrs ot aaid deeeated, aud tbOM Intereeted Lta hl eetate i lu ofdei 10 OOQTOti ald real etate Into money. Ubrreapou it is ordered nv nald tauirt that said apiillcation be referred to a elon thereof, to be tu lld at the Probate Montpelier, ou the -Vth ila ol th-tober. A. I. lw.. fur l.eartUff deeiniot. thereon; and, lt U further orderea. that all persnu luteresteil be notitled bereof. by publleatlon of iniiUt of aabl apidlration aiifl ordeir Utereon tbree week- Miicceiiveiy tu the i nont Wtitrh'tmU it Mr ."uthnl, m liewtiapet pi lliahed at Montpelier, iu thi Rtate.aml whloh i ln iilatea In the itelnhborhood of tboe lut ereateti. before ald Uo ' I - irn.: that tli. v it ippiti ii hnUi time aml plaee. aud, if they lee eauae, ohjert theretti. hf the Court. --Atlett. IMI IIIHAM CAltLl.TON. .fuda-e. n rhlfbetrr,a Etlib Dlnmond Braael. jflfVN rekeV asU aU Wms UcuMsaU. afk, ftlwftj ivlla.ble. toica, i.iu tia fur CTt,. hfHfr a AWm l mwmdUrandia Kc.l ati.l t;M n.fialliA iuim Mtasi wtni u nti ttnisin. (, attf imUmHmi. At Drutjuu, or B44e ta atABnia f..r pairtlculara, I'-atUaonieJa mm "ircllt f fr l.dlf, n luttt. Xtr rtvm MafL lO.OOO T.-4tiBrnila. Sawtt VV nwlt r i ncuucau w.,uin ian