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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNE8DAV, NOVEMBER 16, 1892.
3 glisctllann. lobertiftenuntl, Forest TltCli BT J. a. iiatrb, nANDin.rn. vt. WIk. cullivating UmDB in Vermont? If any oue has had Bnv cxpiirience, lot us hrnr from him. There is no sort of qucstion that we have acres ofland in our state that ouuht DOW to be plunted with maple, asb, chcstnut, onk and wal nut trees, And isn't it time also for us to hcar about some cxperiments in bringing in some otlicr forest trees, not nntivc. to our state, like tlie black walnut, or In introducing sonic lost natives, like the cotton poplar and tbc lulip poplnr, or wcstern " whitewood "? 1 can tell of two such xperlmenta, some thirty years atro. When their ueighbors were transplantlng some lifty elms and perhaps a dozen locusts for shade trees. two mon (or boys) in two Vermont villagcs sct out b tulip tree and a black walnut tree. Tho locusts were all cut down long ago; but their gprouts are even now greator pests to those villagea tban the burdocks and the witch grass multiplied by the kale. A few of the elms are handsome shade trees; but thc majority are taU, awkward, scrawny things that spoil the lawns for rods around them, and they would have bcen cut down long ago if the flrcwood In them would have paid for the labor of cutting and split tiug it. JJut that tulip tree is one of the beautif8 of the villagc. And thc black walnut, whcn It dies of old ago. will be worlh more than the saw-tnill logs of all the fifty elms. Your naner has heen tclling us of ' great trpes." There are scores of Mt. Holyokc Seminary graduates in Ver mont who rcmember the giant black walnut tree on the seminary ground-i. I saw it l;ist fall, and I think it is the grundeBt tree in New England. We ought to have some like it in Vermont. We may have them if we will. I have half-a-dozen small ones in my "experi ment station" that have stood one win ter wcll, and are growing nieely. Suppose every Mt. Ilolyoke graduate should send two or three stamps to the seminary gardener (whora thcy all know as n very gcncrous sort of a man) and ask for a half-dozen nuts from the old tree as souvcnirR, and then put them iuto the ground for preservation. Will your paper agree to report results in its" Vol. 200"? JBnt, speaking of big trees, what i-s callcd the " the biggest in Chittenden county" is a cotton poplar on the Shel burne road in South Burlington. Will someone of your corrcspoudenlsgive us itsmeasure? The largest maples 1 have sreu are in Underhill villauc. Who will measure them? And those giant iprucei on what used to be the Deacon Whitney farm in Williston! If they are not yet cut dowu, wi.l somebody meas ure them for us? TVhere the Name " America " Originafctl. It was not until 1837 that Alexandcr von Humbnldt, in his "Critical Exaru ination of the Ilistory and Geogrnphy of the New World," pointed out the real culprit, and showed beyond question that the name "America" was first sntrgested in a small Latin treatise on coamngraphy, written by one .M trtin Wa!d-cemulli"'r, and publiwicu dunng thc year 1507 at Saint Die, a vlllage situatt d in the upper valley of the rivcr Meurthe, in southeastern Lorraine, This little book was entitled " Coatno graphbs Introduotio" Introduction to Cosmography and the story of its au thorship and publication, and the un forescen part that it played in christen ing the weeteru hemisphere, forms one of the most curious narratives in the whole record of bibllography, Whethcr Humboldt made tbis interesting discov ery by mere accident of research, or was led to it by Foscarini or Bandini who in two successive editions of Soli nus had noted the suggestive pa9sage in the Cosmographi;c, whhoutapparently comprehending its real importaucc canuut low be ascertaiued. However this may have been, it was the auihor of ' O smoe " who lirst took up seri ously ihe usk of vindicating the long maligned Florentine, and in so doing threw into the arena a topic in the dis cussion of which bibliographers have ransacked libraries, labored and dis puted, until the whole line of evidence has been developed, arranged, and the demonstration made complete. A pub lication which in the dim early twilight of American hiBtory made the liitle hamlet of Saint Die the godmoiher of our mighty continent is an object of no ordinary interest to Americans, and this fourth centenary of Oolumbus' ducovery would seem to be a flttiug moment in which to bring together in simple narrative form the substance of what is known concerning the " Cos-mcgraphia- " itself, the men by whom it was written and puhlished, tho pluce where they lived, and the motive by which their work was inspired. Hur per's Maijazine. In autumn, winter and spring, colda are the rule rather than the exception. Hence it is the part of every wise and prudetit mother to keep on hand a -up-plv of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, the great domettic favorite and intallible curc for all affeclions of tbe throat and chest. Tlicrc was young giil In Uaeino, WbON nge WM tmt just ncvenlceti, Itut thr citiens snid Slic could make IDt DtM brcail For she sliortcned it with " I'otioi.knr." A rrslnurant kcepcr namcd C.rrrn, Hm tlic liggcsl tradc cvcr was seen, For all knnw hc niakps llis jmstry and cnkes With the lard substttutc " CoTTOLENF," A famous socicty Qtieen, Who a practical cook long has been, Says she's very well sure Tlicrc is nothing so pnre As the ihortening callcd Cottoi.fne." The wives that are careful and keen, Who like their food wholesomc and clean, Frying oysters or fish, Fggs, or similar dish, As a fat always use Cottolene.'' Now from thctc few verses you'll glean, The purport of what the lines mcan ; That for shortcning ies, And all pastry likewise, There is nothing excels " Cottolene." Bkkohk cold weather comes on, and i " . Hore ihroats and all the other at tendaul evils of our variable climate are fairly with us, moihers should see that their childreu accustom themselves to the use of cold waler on the Ihroat and ch( st. A vini rous wabhing aud scrub btng with oold water every morning, followed by frlottoo with ucoarse towel, will do niuch to preVent auy thruat trouble later OD. A child should also be .ii i,i to gargle tlie ihroat wcll with cold water cverv time it brushes its teeth. I'.ICKLKN'S AltNICA SALVK.. Thi l" alve in the world for cuts, hruisoB, loret, ulcers, 8alt rheum, fever sures, tetter. cbapped hands, chilblains, oorni and all skiu eruplions, and potltlveh cures pileB, or no pay required. It ii guuranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or tnoney refunded. Price twentv-tlvi centM per box. For sale by C. Blakely, Montpelier, Vt. bbcrtiscmcnts. MMlt only by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO, ILL., and 224 State Strcct, BOSTON. Mr. GEORGE E. DEARBON. North Vassalboro. Me. FOR THREE SOLID YEARS I SUFFEREO WITH SOUR STOMACH, GRODER'S SYRUP HAS CURED ME! 1 wish to oxplaiti in a few wtrd tootlier fulTercr(i Ihe ooodltlon I was m tbfttfi years ago. i bad been what I oAlled a Ohronle Dytpentio fr ttfteen yeare ; and m l Btated above, I was not free from sour Btomacfa lor threo yeart, Everytklns I Ate sourctl on niy stomach hoiore tlit'stinp;. It uaused me to bikVG Headaobet, 1 woulu be fererisb hy Ipells, and so ni'rvons tliat I OOUld not ruake mvM'if comfortable in any plaee Thli world was bnrden to mc, Siany timei 1 tbougbt of uueetlng death During my oboking ipolli my feet becamfl ooldi and thi dnlls would conie over me bo it would make me tliink of dentli. Bucb waa my life until I used Groder'i Botanlo Dyepepela Syrnp. That bai onoe more iveu me a eliance to enjoy this WOlidi I ani today ftble to do a SOOd a dayV work a- ever 1 oould in my lire, and I say that Groder'i Syrup i' worlli tvn dnliar- ti ttottle for any person trouhled us J was, Yoiire respM;tfully, GKOBOB E. Deahiion, North Vassulhoro, Mo. TO PROVE OUR FAITH IN THE MEDICINE, On and aftcr October I, lS'.H.we civc every perion wlllug our inedieine Ibfl pnTilega of Mlttng i liottlt'H for Jfi.iK), Ura pnararitee tliat in oaHc it Uoes yon no K""l JTO0 ean teoeive yonrmonejr Mck. Read (,r"'"'"'iy wiiii averjr bottlo. We olatm t" oute Dys pepila, Headaohe, Bour Btomach, Heartbnrn, Klilney (nlaint, Neuraltria, Distiess after catinR, Palpftatton of thc Heart, Colto, Ncr vouinest, Lou of Sleep, Dltztneaa, Irn-enlar-itv f tlie Appetlto, rleartn Palm, Iiloat, wlnd (in tlie Btomach, Haokins Cough, and Consttpatlon. And wny will It onre? Hc cause it is Itclnxlni;, Farlfjrln, Boothllyr, and II. ilin;-. It. i eiininnunded troni tlio purost m.itrt and herlis, fre froni Aloobol r Morphla. Ii i barmleai t tlie KinallcBt child; childrcn like it. aed it H far mperlor t" Caator Oll and all otber preparatlona, Cull fr Groder'a Botnnlo Dynpepala Syrup. Niine gennn6 unlcsa bearinf; our tradc-uiart, tlie llcavcr. THE GRODER DYSPEPSIA CURE COMPAHY, HA'lit:tlii. MAIMK. T&r CURE Oteer Lamberii Jvrieth o Vi bON rcoovery vtn I umrv 1 to his noihbon, wrltos a gMttfnl htt6f to Dr. Konucdy. 4 Mojj ttntO dcath With stonnwdi. llvrr and khT- fttey troublo. No mortal erer suffend moreaod llved. Ihe Detghbon and do-tirs tbougbttbe (-:;tvc vanl WM my portion ; hut I UQ DOW well mid I owe U to the use of Dr. Divid Kennedy's Favorite Remedy, f ltondout. N. Y. Tho use of the flrst bOtth I pni -ht Imttrnvement. and in a few weekH l w-iib clearofaM pala, and have lemalned s.. ever chree. Favorite Remedy U the only medlclne thol is irnt runteccl to curc or bcnclit, or monoy refoBdodi PROOF FROM THE PLAINS. Story of a Government Scout and Interpreter. Ue Tells llis Bxperieie ffith kirkiio sigtn. A Remedy Known To The Indians For Years. HIGHLY PRIZBD BY THEM. Manvof our readein in the BMt will re- member Frauk D. Tatea, whoM exploltaon the frontler bave glven hitn anattonal rapu. tation. Tlie testlmonv of siieh a man who lini llved ainoiiL' the red men for io long i Inoontro. vertable evidence of the abaolute gennlneH or tius remdey, and it repute among that rnce who-e noble heulth whutever may huve heen their fault ha- ulwuya been fumoua. f VT. FKANK 1. Yatk. A new aixl romplete TreMim'iit. eonsintinuf Mup nogltoriea. idntnient in CteHQlet, ftltO tn Hox, u I'usitivu t'tire fir hxternut' Internal, lim or in I- ir.;'. I clilnr, CbronlOi ; ; or Hereditury lMlos, and niHiiy othef iif -- uul fenialH weHknesies: It is HiwHyn a t' ri 1 1 benefli to tht KcmTui besltbi Tho flrst dUeovery of u medleal 0UT6 remlertnK un opera tton with tho kuife nnneeeMMUTI licrenfter. Tlili Heuittdy httn never been knoMii tn fall. pl pur box. orirs'.; sent by nittll. Why nufTrr trom thlsterrl bl dueaite when a written tfOHrantee ! pusitively KtTen with H buxei. to i i tlie inoney lf uot eured. Send Btauip for free Sainplf. (JiiHrAiitee is suedoidy hv LKSTKK II. GRKKN8. IniKKittt and Hole a K-'iit . HUte street, Montpelier, Vt. Seud for sauiples. Dr. Uctt't Pcnnyroyal Pills. Tbe only utfc, RUN and rellablo Feutale Wll cvcr ofleredtol.Hdl s EJnpec lally reo mm'udt d tn nutrrled l.ad w. lu ware of Plilg put up in llil bozeeHwtncy edang i Dr. Mnti'rt Peonyroya) ln r. ,-i-iid roi iT UOg ti lioxof' BKeiC ous. AhU lor l'tliu and lake n elreulur. PriiollOO for Kou D Mott'a ommica' t'u liievel.nu. (Ihio. FOR P A I k tl KVANK A HltYANT. WATKBBUBTi VT. Bla endoraement of It la atlll f urther proof of its effeottveneM. Oapt. ratee wrltea ai follows : QORDON, NBBRASKA, July 2.1. I take great pioaeure iu reooniniendlng the Kiekapoo BQinedtea, and Imve known 01 tbem among the Indtana, as thaveltvedon the extreme Western frontler for tbepaatSO years, and atu at ptesent a Sioux Indian Interpreter for the government. My persnnul experlentre with Bagwa, wbiob in the tndian tongne itgntflea 11 The Jlest has heen eonsidenihle, hut one of tho most wonderful effeets from personal knOWl edge in my own oaae wns the eUrlng of Chronlo Catarrb with vbtota i beoame amtcti ed, owinir tothe greaf altitude of the eoun. l'V iu Whieb I hnd heen Itvlng. It did not at tlr-t oeeur to ine totake Kiok apoo tndian Siiawn for this trouhle; and It was not until I had vtsited tlie llot Sprtnga, and fniled to obtaln rellef, and tlie illseuso had beeome so very nhtrinlnK that t was afrahl lt would (ret the hest of me and devel. op lnto eon-umption that I OOnelUded to take Sagwa. I t;ot one bottle of lt uud n bottlo of tbe Indian Oll. The effeot wns so marked timt i Immedlately ordered twelve hotties of each, and now bless the dny that the tbongbt oeeurred to me, for I um entlrelv "onred f that moat dlaagreeable und distressing of all dlaeaaea, oatarrh. 1 am satislled my catarrh was eured owlnff to the perfecl manner in wbloh "Satrwa" pnrlflee tbe blood ; and I olalm timt Hagwa tnken in aonneetlon with Indian (111, will positlvely eure the worst eases of eatarrh ever known ; and so far as tlie use of Kieka poo Indian Ileinedies as general family med leines are eoneef-ned, there ls notluntr on earth wbieb ean equal them. An Indian would almost as soon he wlthout his gnn and lilauket as to be wlthout a supply of these remedles. FBANK 1. YATES, Indian Interpreter. ii. i ' i JndirnH'iits. It ie well to nuppcnd jndcment in many ciif.es until we hnvc had timo to rcview circunistitnccs and tr.ice motive!". Enp cially where children are con cerned should wo be veiy careful not to confuno thtdr scnsc of right nnd wrong hy acling with injusticc, ncold lOg or MDinrinS them for miHtnkcH duc to tbttr iDeipgrtence, and nerhaps in llicting panubnttllt wlicn none wiir deserved. A little child once ran nearly a niilc FrOtH hcr own home to that of a fricnd carrying nn umbrella to her mothe r, whom she f upposed to be there. Great gusta of wind arose, and streams of rain fell and dr. nched tbe little one befora sh(! nrrived at her dcstination, wet, breathlest, and quite unable to i gplalD why Hhe had cume when met by curious eyes and ama.cd questions. The mother bad sccn the inipenditig storm and gone home, and the result of tbe whole proceeding was for this true siory took place in sterner days than ours that the child was shut up for hours of thc next day to think over the fault of cquivocation. A mother whose temper is impulsive should never trust her flrst has'.y judg menl in the nianagement of hcr little one?. Iu tbelargeralfiiirsof theneigh- oorhoou and of society the prudcnt per son refuscs to judge hastily. He gives the beneflt of the doubt whcrevcr and whenever and to whomsoever he can. People have a right to n-k that before they are weighed in thc balances and found wanting tbcir cases shall be looked at from all eides and from the most favorable point of viev. It is not wcll to assume that blushcs and down drcpped eyes always indicate guilt. Inuocence, falstly accused, is ofien ashanud to look its accuser in the face. Judge not, that ye be not judged, was said by the purcst lips that ever spoke on earth. Thc man or woman whose habit it is to indulge in snnp judgmcuts of any kind is. necessarily narrow and undc-veloped.- -"arper's Bazar. bbcrtistmcrtts. n rtil. iic.o r' EitgUth Diumon.l ItiraL .).!.. I....I .....rOi.lw CrnulnA. A.K. fclw.v. r.lUl.lu. tADIC. III t.ru.'alnt br lltitlrrl AtiiJII.A J'ta i um.l UjanA ht lt. .1 u.,1 ti.-U uiriallloX Imxm, wlib blue ribtMn. Tttku n...,lh,p. HrtiitK ifnRiimn.1 .tlh.tllU' llim.tinJin.Kalt.mJ Ai l.rugul., or .nd 4rt. tn .t'n. fcf jrtrUeul.r., i.Uum01. an4 M IfftU-r for l.trtlrm" tn trtter, bf nlum H1i.il. 10,000 T'ltuui)ll.. .V.im. Papfi I -1 t'hl. l.. . l r tioiulualUu.,Mtll.itHiiiins t Ml w u unuuu. i'.IU.a. y. Omildkkn Cry for I'itcber'a ('aatorla. t'liu.i.iiitN Cry for PttOber'l Cuatorla. Ptrtiallt in thc Home. If a parenthaa two daughters, oue is usually more attractive and commands the most attention. The slighted one soon gets very sensitive and concludes it's no use, she never can be her sister's cqual, and very oftin sisterly love turns to jealousy and batred. Now is tbe time the discerning pureut can prove his love. Show her that you are not carricd away. If she has any talcut that outranks her sister, call hcr atteu tion to that; show her that public opin ion changcs very rt atlily, and prove to her tbat all virtues will get their just reward. The danger of being partial to childreu is much ercater on the farm than iu towus. HoW often do wc see certaiu obildren enjoy nearly all tbe fttvors that cun be glveo; how often do we lcaru of parenta saying to certain of their children, " You cau't lcaru auy, and I would like to see so i ething you are good for." Several years ago a mother said to heroldest girl, whcn she bad oflended Lcr, " You bluck, ugly thing, you are good for nothing. I always ditl hute you." From that day to this there has been an itupassable gulf be tween them. Her mother aiipreciatcs her worth now, but too late; her dnuuhter suys she respects her mother only bccause it is her duty to doso. As far as bubincss qualiflcatlona and Intel ligeuce are ooncerned, she outranka the rcst of the family, but her cliild hood duys have rcccivcd a blight from wliich she will never rtcover. A TONIC HORSFORD S Acid Phosphate. A preparation of the phosphates, that acts as a tonic and food to the exhausted system. There is nothing like it ; gives great satisfaction. Trial bottlc mailcd on reci ipt of 25 ccnt? in stamps. Kumford Chemieal Vorks, l'rovidence, K. 1. Florence Knitting Silk. Hoft Flnlsh. lt you wHb towtir'rHaiity,dnrblltty, and K'ouomy.yuu will buy thlnSllk for KnittiiiK. for roc-nt-t, ror i atnnn. lur n. 1 ror r.nitiroHlf'ry. Kju h M oz. huil of nlte 'o. 300 con tainnl50ydfi , of nn re fillk. h'l'lorr nce II oih v vork for Ht2 is DOW rrudy. It tells you all ttltnnt Irluti Jl.acp, Hew I I riK, Cro- (4 ntw atylcfj), Ik'ltH.Murten. PlUWeinmteflM nnd nthrr Fnwclnatlng FHnc work ndt. NmMi IM llluitntlonsj Tou bouk will b nmib'd on raeetpt of j cents RONOTICK sii.K CO., Florence, Maa lilistcllancous. I rf-v . - r t", :l Scientiflc American Agency for KICKAPOO INDIAN CAnUf fl Sold by all UHUffHa Druggists. $1 per bottle. 6 bottles for $5. DR.GLIDDEN'S RHEUMATIC CURE la u Compound Medlclne In LIQUIIand I'lI.I.S Wldrh Hlenee tias taken from nature's storuliouie, and is a woudorful rumody for tho ubstlnute and paluful dlsurder, HIIEUMATISM t'aused hy a dlsuasod LIVKK, KIIN'KYS and KLOOD. No remedy has ever heen discovered that i-ures so largu proportlon of cases as Dr. Glidden's Rheumatic Cure, Aches and 1'aliiH aru IR4XIF that the system Is dlseasL-d. Tho . KK. tlie larKest nt.Mn ln the tiody, ls dfst'UHud. ooimetiuently thu KIDNKYS are altejMedt thfl IIICAKT airet-teit. You canuot sleei nii'lii-, mm) lif' Im aliuoHt a bnrden. FHIKM), lf you areoverworked atid dehllii ti A , httvi- at'hes and iiaiiis. (ilK this medlrlue a I'KKnIsTKNT triat. lt InviKorates the system, liirillei th hlood. tmproves dlKestlou, relit-vt'n palu Knd Borei un kuma tism. S. A. HOWARD SOLE PROPRIETOR, New Hampton, N. H. FOR SALE AT DRUGGISTS. Soiintl Advite to Girll. O girls, lcurn to talk! I have been (mong L'irls a gooddeal; iu fact was once a girl myself, and the folly of talk ing idle nonsense seems so plain to me that I would like to make my girl friends see it too. 1 have known so mauy girls. bright girls, who were biding I their talcnis bchiud empty chatter and " joking" with their young gentlemeu friends, making such foolish retorts aud pointless little speeches, that I have wished they could see themselves as others see them. Bu well read in the best tbat is in the wide-awake lilerary world. Be original aud (ight bravely for your opiuions, but if your good eeuse detects their instability, retire gracefully into the background. Make yoursclf well informed in all the hap penings and writings and crcatings of this lively nineteenth century, Now, girls, don't you src, I just mean liiis; Have your aminuniiiou stnred up ready, but don't burn your piccious powder until you can hit tbc tnurk. Christian at Work. I II Ml R BS?'?5? CAVEATS. TRAOE MARKS, DESICN PATENTB COPVRICHTS, etc. Fnr Informatlon nnd froo Hantlbook wrltn t.i Ml'VN & 00- .';i 1IIKMI1WAY, NKW VOHK. Qldeet bnreau rnr ttefiirtnp p-itpnts tn America. Kvcry patpnt tnkn out hv ri ls tirrnipht tioftire tbu publlc by a nutice glTeu ree M cburite In tbe Sf tmtiixt mtxitm T.arffcst drrulatlon of any ntientiflc paper in the worltl. Splnmllttly lllustrateil. No Implliftpui man shonlil t,o wlthriut it. Weeklv. :.tio a fear; H.SII sli ninriths. Aildrws MUNN & CO 'UBLISUKBS, atn Jlroatlwa? Nt'W fon. (6(Ducatioiial. THE STATE NORMAL SGHOOL Randolph Vermont. Otft'rn a four fOin' Ootwe of Study in two cotirses of two yenrs cuch. Two Terms a Year of Twenty Weeks Each ftiKimdnK tho fourth Tticsday In , - m-' midthe in -: TtU'sihty in Ktdiruary. Bend fOT a rataloue. EDWARD CQNANT, Principal. BRADFORD ACADEMY. Por thc bi'lier adneatton of yminw womea. Bolld tiiKi auorpaMM for oomfort and Realtn. Tweatj. rtvp aerea twalw tn grovet lalw for rowtng and MkatlHK- CltWBtfal antl tltMitral ctmrse of stinly; alno preparatory atul optlonal. Qrmnattam, inuAtc. and art rtioinn, and rbtmiluat lalioratory, library and rHHcliiiK runrni. Competant teaebort. Year oom iu.- d seplember 14. im. Mtss ANNIK K. JOH N- SO.N AS'li Mlss IDA c. AI.I.KN. l'rliit li.al. Aupli to Miss llA '. AI.I.KN, Itr.id.ird. Mai HoW to Roll Hll I tnlin lla. " N, not that way! I never knew one man in a humlrcd to do it right," said the clerk in thc nnthrcllit store. llis rcmarks were direclcd at a cus tonicr who had grnsped thc iiantllc with liis right hnnd and was twisting the silk through with bllUft hand. ''That will spoil that umhrclla whcn you havcrcpcatcd tho OpSrfttiOO half a fJOMQ times," the clerk contlnucR. " You wcro making a prttty roll, but ditl you DOtlOt tliat you were twisting tbe rlbfl and bracis in a t-piral arouti(l that stick as wcll as tlie clolh? You may bave noticcd that your umlmdla sticks and calcbcs when y u try to raise it. Tlmt's bccuuse you dtdo't know how to roll it. You twist the joints of the rilis and braces all out of shapc. Now let me show you how an umbrella should be rolled." Thc clerk took out the malireated ar ticlc, shook out the folds of silk, and w rked the spiral out of the ribs, and proceeded to demonftjito the proper mcthods of umbrelbi-rolliug. Grasp Intc thc hanillc iu his riuht hand, he en circled the kilk at the tip with his left, wLlcb he slippcd down about half way of the cloth, pressing the ribs and braces flrmly against the stick. Tbe right hand waB then shifted to the tips of the ribs, which were held lirmly against thc stick, whi!c the left hand adjtihtcd the roll of cloth around thom. Bjf this method the ribs were kcpt siraight along the u k and not pattly twistcd around it as the customer's roll. Aretc YorA: Hun. A Mii.lkin FiiiKNDS. "A friend in nced ie a friend indecd," and not lcss than onc million pcoplc have found just such a friend in Dr. King's New l)is cnvery for Onsumption, Coughs, and Colds. If you have n.ver used this gieat coutrh medicine, one trinl will conviuce you that it has wondeiful cur ative powers in all discases of the throat, chest und lungs. Each bottle is guar atiteed to do all that is claimcd, or money will be refunded. Trial bottles frce at C. Blakely's drug-store, Mont pelier, Vt. I.'irge bottles, fifty cents aud one dollar. THE qucstion oftt n arises iu the mind of dairv farmcrs as to how many years a cow can maintain a prolitablc fltiw of mdk. Among the Ilollanders it is the fashion to slaughter tbe most of tbeir cows aftcr eight yenrs of agc. FOR SALE. Tbe preintiei on Htate. ttlre't now oceapted by CMiarlea A. barnard, Bltnateil between tbe dwollliiK htiaaei of ClmrleB Uewuy and UeorKC W. Kued. and cointliitliiK tif boaifl, tbeif and baru, with about one foulrhacreof land. Poiieliiou Klvtn 011 Artrtl 1ft. For termtof pttytnent and prlco.ainily toOKOKOK W. WINU, Kooui 4, Uulou Bluck, Muutpeller, Vt. Appeal to Mottaerj. The Rev. Dr. Ttiotuas J. Conaty, ed itor of tbe CathoUc School and Home Magazint, atlvi caies strongly total ab stinence as ''the Bafest and best way to guiird against all possible mtemper ance," nnd makeB an carnest appeal to mothcrs as follows: " Motberi of Cbrlltian homes, be apostles of temper ance. You can succeed where the printed word aud the eloquent address will fail. Preach in your homes; preach total abstincnce by word and exaniple; and in your family pravers beg henven to send its sweet influencc into tbe hcarts of your lovcd ones. When your boys are ph dged at their flrst commu nioo, watch over their pledge very carefully, espccially iu their dawuiug manhood. Keep them out of clubs, which are fri queutly the pltices wht re their pledge is most cndangered. Watch them, pray for them, advise them, and you will be the mothcrs of good men who will be your priilc." It is reportcd from ilanover that the trustces ol Dnrtmoulh Collrge have dc cided to unite the Acatlemic aud Scien tiflc dcpartmcnts on a plan whit h ba long been under considcration. Un'ier tbll arrangcment the Chaudlcrs will bc clussifitd as scientiflc sludents, but in other r spccts will have the same in etructors and all the privileges pt rtaiti int' to the college propt r. The sutu ol SUHIOOIlis to bo raisttl in aid oflbe scienlilic schnol, which will coutiuuc its corporate i xislt uco. Green Mountain Seminary MINARD COMMERCIAL SGHOOL Waterbury Ccnter, Vt. Fall Torin begtni Beptembw 6, 18H2. Winter Tt'rm hngins Det embur U, 1S!I2. College Preparatory , I'lansical, BagUtfe . Coinnier eial Coaraes of StadjT, A Nortn .1 C"l;iss for teaeliers Btooatton, Miistr, Palattng, Btenograpbji Type writint;. Paananshlp. LoeaMon baattbfal attdbeaa tlful. Exeelleut boariling at'eijtninotlatious. Kx peuttes mwlerate. THI advcrtising of Bood'd Sarsapa rilla is always within the bounds of reason becuuse it is true; it always ap peals to the sobnr cotntnon scnse of thlnkinr people became it is true; and it is always fully substautiattd by en dorscmcnts which in the fitiancia! world would be acceplcd without a mo ment's hesitation. Fon a gctieral family cathartic we confidently recommend Hood'l Pills. Mdietiiacmentfi CRATEFUL COMFORTINC. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. ' Ilv thorouh knewledS of khfl nntural laws whlfli Kovcrn tho opi;rHtioiis tf h. i. and nntri tion. ami hy eT0fol Bpplleotlon of tha Aoe nropor tif .t wt'll-sflerted Covna, tr. KppH has pr'ivldeii our lircitkfnst toblOI with a dWleatoly flavorcd hev- ernn'1 wniOD tnav savo u- many neavy uociorM uins. It in hy tho Jiultcioua aM of lUOb articles of dict that a OOOratQtlOB may he nradually bntlt up until ntrnni? cnoiiKh to rofcint fvery tondenry to dlseane Mun- drcds of labtlfl mahidk's arn floetiog anuind u i roady tt attat'k wht'i t'vor there is a weak point. We inav eseape manv a fatal shaft tiy keepln oursetves wefl fortitletl tth pure hlood aud a pmperly nour ished fraine." Cirtl St-rrice Gntett'. Made simply I with boftlilig water or milk. Sold only in half poiintl ! tins, hy (irocers. lahelod thus: ,l.l Ks KIM'S & co.. Homeopathie 1'hemistfi, Loudon, KiiKiand K1TZABKTH COLLKY, A. M., POR fEB II. DAXB, Ii. A.. . l'rineipals. gECKERS BUSINESS COLLECE 492 Main Street, Worcester, Mass. FALL TERM BECINS SEPTEMBER 5. r.ono nooK aents wantkd for DARKNESS IDAYLIGHT or IJ6BT8 aRD siunotvs OF KCW vokk i.ifk. A WOMAN S tll rtlll n tc Btory of ll..-p. . Tcinp. ranr. and I. wi.rlt ln ..-. Xumt 1 itt tht' grt'ut uinUT-world nf New Tork. Ky Mr. HKUtN AMIMIKLI.. Iatroduollol By Kev.Lyman Ahboft,J).J). A wondrrful bfxk nf ChflstlU loTS sml faitli. SiiO illuHlrt tUmi fruni tttuJi Ityht PhotOgnMpn tof reul Mfe 4"' ffn'wutd. Tht ,t-t. -t thtw 'i ,-) i ir,iitM U aiiKd, Ixtti Mrn and U oineu O'U- '" ''Ht nm 7'tnus, uui I'ay rrciohU Outttt free Wrtts for oircutws to A 1. WOIMIMMiHIN A 0 , HiirttV.r.l. ( onn. Alnt 5.000 I.itdv Aicnt Wanted on ,-"'? fWllM fnr WORTHINGTON'S MAGAZINE New ( Iwiit'i- M.lrn ImIU llTustr .t. il Mt.utlilv lur tfi t ntnilv. hrinifnll 1 thiDKI t'r!!.- u I niHKit rlM ft.r &O The BrithU-ct l'urvai U-t,i ittul Cln-apt'i't out. Mary A. Luvrnunv Hilia i'amiMt Sm lr. Frnwi E. Ckirk. ftnd scores of oth-r write f-ir it. 771. kt rhancf rtfr offrrtA to Latiy Ajtil Wrlll for pWftMUWfl tiuw. V. .. u!vr BOOK BINDERYZ7 Paper Box Factory. Pantet who have any book they wish 6 jnd or repairtd, or use Paoer Boxes, thould writ to . W. WHEELOCK, MONTPELIER,' VT., for lowtst oricet for goor ' '" -fj - fttudeiit may onter and irot started Hspt. l.thnlr tultlou tohettiu the Hb. rull busluess aud shurt hand courses. PUPILS ENTER AT ANY TIME. The MtrOOAge (turtn the past year was three ttmes th.it of all other buslnuss aml short-hand sehools couihlued. HttflT AND I-A IKIKST ItOOMfl. lUHT COURftE. ItKKT AM) M(iHT At'l'ARATB. MOKK AMi ltKTTKK TKACHUBJft han any colleo iu ciutral M MMOhttM More than 75 per cl. of All Pupils enrolletl rluritiK tho pat leaaon fountl remmieratlve emptOTm.nt, nutl wo liavo many rallii for ofllt-o help th.it v. oaanot mippiy. tjr senii for tliaaai Frc Oaialooa. A PATHKB KOd mother cur do mucb toward advaucing tht ir obUdreo'l iu lure happinesH by leaching tbem habiis of busiuess aud a kuowledge of liuaucc duriug their youth. UttrUrtt BUSINESS AND SHORTHAND CLEVATOR ENTRANCE: fiOyl WASHINGTON 8T..J DnQTnW yj' Coraer Kneelund. S DUOlUlli Btsutifut Proipctut fr by rnsil Or st the office. Individusl inttiuctton, Studsnts siaiittd to situsttoni Mass, Real Estate Go, 246 Washington St., Boston. Dividends Per Cent. Inrests in Cenlral Real Estate in Growing Cilies Anthoriaad Oapttal s-j.ono.ooo Capltal i iu l.soo.oo iorploa ioo,oM Okoanizkd in 11(8.1. pjiil Dividencts ol 5 per cent pet annum lor 4 1-2 yeatr Faid DiTldeDds ol 7 per ceni pei aomii stnce laiv, 1890 ATeraje Divideoo sinceoisaniiaiion over 6 per uent per aas SarDlDS at closeol iasi Dscal year, over $100,000. Stot k 0(frd fr Snlr Ht IOH l. r Sharr 8entl tti orrHll Ht tho ofltcf for iiiforinatluo. JAPANESE SOAP Tli I.oattiiig B0p iu tliis ttiarkot. For tbl I .an in I rv , Until and Toilal it Ims no t-qiiai. 1h inadfl ol tba Purati 01aiieBt aml li,-t Mutnriuls kiniwi) fnr DMKlllg SfMtp, lt iioHitlvttly OttfM ainl praTaDtl rlmpptitl liauds. Wnrki. BOUaJlj ai wU in liartl water. For I'linti-iM, Ma.'liinistH, etc, It Iihs nn rival. Ak for FI8K'8 JAl'ANESK SOAP, aml taku DO OthWt Hv Mndtu 10 iTanantit Wrappn ya will ' Iva OB ol onr now I'ANKI. 1'K'- TURES. Manufactured only by Fisk Manufacturing"Co., Springfield, Mass.