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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1892. obtrtisements. Contrlbutlnnn to thl 1epartmnt m- b lent Hher tn In. T. H. ilomtin, Newport. Vt., or dl IMHf to THBWATOHMAK I'tTBMSHIHfl I'OMPAWV. t'sefnl HnU. Mix miiRtnrd (or t ihlo u'o with watcr tlml linn l)on bnilcd nnd rnoled, in ftpflil of viP7Rr. It if. p.nid thnt tO wrnp rrhcrnn in c'oth wrung frnm cider vinpgar will prevpnt its mnuldin2. Tinr mav bf Hconrert with little tronh'c if kpropnp, nn'l (nwdnrotl limo, whiting or wood nahna hp usod. Hr.MOVE tb.8 diaonlnrnliona frnm OODI thnt hnvp hopn usod for hnkine. lv rnb hinr; with a flnnol dinnpd in whiting. PKRBATI all hnu'rk 'ppprR do nn' know that n cork that ha been hnilpd mav he pre'snd mivp tiirhtlv and pp rurply into a bottle than when it ia co'd. Do not lpnvp a hnr? of salt Whf0 it will nVporh thp sni"!l of flsb or othpr dis aerppihle odnrs. A rmrnll nlnch of im piirp salt will spoil nn otherwisc ex OPllpnt dish. If soot fallR from thp stovopipe on your parppt, cnvpr it quicklv with drv fmlt nnd swppn it up carpfullv. If this bp donp qnipklv and carpfnlly, thero will hp no trare of the soot lpft. POWDBKKl) whitine is inexnensivp, and very npf"l in r'paning windowR or mlrror?. Wash in wirm pipar watpr, thn rnh with whiting, and hpforfi drv polish with clrimoiR kin or in old Rilk nandkprchipf. X-vpr use a coarsp cloth on ffla" or us" mnch sonp. In hoilin' nrinnnroni it is fntnl to ppr mit it to stop hoilinir for a mimpnt nntil donp. Hnvp plpntv of Rnltpd watpr in thp. Raurppnn at thp b-iilins? point whpn thp stirks arp ndded, and whrn thpv arp tpndpr tlirow in a elass of po'd watpr to Rtop thp cookins snd denlv, and drain at oncp. After that it mav hp Rprved in variotll wavs. Gasomnk will rpniove stiotR from thp ninal dplicatp fabrics and lpave no trapp hphind of its usp. It will alRO renovatp feathprR and clpnn thp plain eRt or thp richpRt lao.e. The lace iR nlunired into a smsll pan of a;nsoHne just a' one wnuld. wnsri it in watpr. Gaooline. howpvpr, drips almost in Stan'lv. It iR alo a finp thintr to use in removintr spnts from WOOlflrJ clotblnn of all deRCr'ptloni and from the bnpks of echno'sirls' waistR whn wpar their hnir braided down their backs. Kepp far awav from thc flre whcn using this liqald, Don'ta for Plant Caltiration. Don't try to gv w ohoiofl rosp.R in thp Iioiirp if von tiavp nnvpr made anv stuily of thp hahit and wants of the ro'R. Don't hecin with torpr if you have npvpr had anv pxperience growinsr plant in th" Iiourr. Don't try to gpt alons withont a good thprmompt' r in ihp room in wliii-h yonr plinlR arp, and don't forget to takp the trouhlp ti look at it once in a whilp. Onp cannot BUCOeed with plnnt1 withont pavinfr Rome attention to the tpmpera ture of the rooms in which they arp kppt. Don't forcet tliat the midwinter sun cotninp throns'h ela's iR too hot for Romp kinds of plants. and that Ihey dhou'd hp. kept out of it in the middle of th dav. Dnn't ;ive all of yonr plants the sanie amonnt of water. Find out throuprh inqui'v nnd otsprvation the m eds of thp plants in this resppct. D n't huv p'anta vou never heard of bpf'ire simnly bppause th" advprtised pictnrps are so pretty. Noveltiea are oftpn the dpstrurtion of all the enthu-sias-n of youne tlower growers. D'"n't trv to force your plants too much. Nature works in her own way. and forcin? p'ants oftpn kills them. Don't expect vour fliiwers to bloom in a week or two. nor vet in a month after vou have pottpd them. It takes somp. plants spveral months to adjust themplves to the conditiou? of life in a flower pot. Don't trv to grow lilies of the valley or eladioli in the house. Not one ppr eon in a hundred ean doitexcept under conditions that do not exist in many hoURPg. Don't put a year-old rose bush or a tinv gpranium into a ten-inch pot. A six-inch pot iR bisr enouerh for the rose, and a three or four inch pot is large enouuh for the eeranium. Don't talk about had lue.k if your flowprs are not doinc well. Ten to one, vour " bad luck" is aimply a bad conditinn of the soil in your fliwer pots or a laek of proper care of vour plants. Don't trv to srrow flower if you are lazv. They must have the carp that come from energy and a loveof plants, aud it must be a resrular and not sp'ts modic sort of attention. Success with Flower 8. Small Talk. lVrsonal remarks and questions of a private nature are not only bwl form, but pxcei'dinglv irritating and vulear. Rpsnpct the misfortunes of others, and ehow deference to their shortcomings and hodilv ailments, for it is a sign of good hreedins and wise consideration. One of the erpatpst charmain wnman ia the well-modulated voice. Culivate alwava the low reniater, and learn to imnrove this ori;an by earo and train ing. Speak in a manner clear, and in tone pure and simple, with an enun cia'ion that ia neither confused or in disiinct. Npither araother, roangle, or gwallow the worda; for, aa the poet 88 BPrtR, "a low voice ia an excellent thins in wman " Avoid discU''Rina p.onveraationa that reft-r to dompstic affHirs, headacheB, tonlhaehpg, children'H diseaBea, traze die". accidents and peraonalitieg of a'l kin'a. A constantcomplainingof fam ily diaaters ia not onlv diatrRRainsj, but an upheav il of physical woea and houehold calamilies is an annoyance that under the best of circurastancPB it ia too generoua to bear. Qood House-keeping. Look Before You Leap! Don't gctcauht hv advertiscmente of hargain sulcs of hankrupt stocks. Investigate for Yourself ! (io to a leliahle ilealcr and eet bet ter good for tht. B.ime or lowcr priots. We have Mcn's Suitsfrom $S Upwardt, Overcoats same. priceB, Boya' Suit 1.M up, made ae they ibould he. The lureal stock of Vur Coats in the atutc now ready for exhihition. Fur Capea for Ladiea, 90 iaofaet detp, at 85. Fur Trim mings, m iik-lined (.'irculars, etc. It ia not what ita pronrietora Bay but whal ILiod'a Saraaparilla does that tella the 8lory of ita meril. Hood's SarBa parilla cureB. I.kavk yourordnr for iStiepp'a I'UotOKrapha at Ibe Watchman oftice. bertiscments. OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. A. D. FARWELL &EHTLIIIH'3 mitm CLEANEC AND REPAIRED In First-class Stylel Low PriceH I D. D. HALEY, No. 55 Main St., Montpelier, Vt. FREE EXAMINATIONS! In cither of thcse, with a little PeafitHt, you can wash clothes more easily, mon quickly, and mon: chcaply, than in any other way. You can. we s iy but perhaps you don't have to. Then (?) the ease of it doesn't aflfect you so much. But the quickness, tht thorouhness and tht: economy of it does. The less tinn th.it's spent on your clothes, the less itcostsyou it'.s mom in your pocket every time they're saved from the wearin rub, rub, rub of the old way. But the iL'atcr doesn't makc am difference. Use what's handiest. Hot or cold. hard or soft, salt or fresh, rain or shine, it's all the same if you have Pearlint, When you dorit have it then there is a difference. j Peddlert and tOIIM unscrupulous grocers will tell you, " this B if-W' 1 ff ' asjoodt"or " the same at Pearilne." IT'S FAL8E JLv V V X. I'earline is never peddled, and if your grocer iends you some thlag In place of Pearline. be hoPBtt tutd it Lack. JAMES PYLB, New Vork. onsumption That dreaded and dreadful disease! IWhat shall stay its ravages? TJwusands say Scott's Emulsion of pure Norwegian cod liver oil and hypophosphites of lime and soda has cured us of consumption in its first stages. Have you a cough or cold acute or leading to consumption ? Make no delay but take Scott's Emulsion cures Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Scrofula, and all Anaemio and Wasting Diseases. Prevents wasting in Chiidron. Aliuot as palatable a m'lk. Get only thp prpnuine, Tre parod by Scott & liowne, Chomists, New York. Sold by all Druggists. Scotfs Emulsion ?y PROF CLARK GOLD MEDAL SARSAPARILLA Tho regular visit in Optician, now at C. W. Skinner's Jewelry Store.No. 8 State-st., Montpelier. Combined with Tt.el Clovei, Is SAFE, even for small children, at all times, and all seasons of the year. THIS MEDICINE is TONIC, DIURETIC, tand but slightly Cathartic, made wholly from ROOTS AND HERBS. OSI.Y fllMIBMI dlTMt to Jacksonville. K;ttMiiK MtiN- DAYs. WEDNE8DAY8nd FRIDAY8 from hn BVi Kut Kiver, KtW V"rk, c.illlnti at ti.u.'' H. C. litrtrt roniit'i'tioiia atitl kDTOIUrtl r.aen iroiu DOftOD ud New KnKl.mt! louits. AVOMI roQgtl New CnglillMl oaU Jo tluaty rnie after MATtQf ihlp. Aeeommo- clattoniiorflnl bImi, InttrnMHlmtn and 8ter- a pawuneiTtt. Ilw ptru-test clittriiiliue prf valls on lioanl every itatlh Inrurmatlon ehetTfully furnillie.K Senl for le6.-ril)tlve koainiplilela. J. A. PLANDERB. Rutetn Asent, aoi WMlilniiton Koatun. THEO. O. EOKB, Trafllc M.i;Mr-rr, 8 liowlmg ;reen, New ork. RHEUMATISM, CANKER, SCIATICA, NERVOUSNESS, KIDNEY TROUBLES. BLOOD POISON, and even a TAPE WORM case is reported ALL foreign substances must get awiy from the human system when GOLD MEDAL SARSAPARILLA is used. HEADACHE is cured by it. A TORPID LIVER is often set right. Catarrhal Coughs speedily cuied by thisremedy. NERVOUSNESS ---Every form of Indigestion and Dyspepsia induces Nervousness, which sometimes amounts to almost a palsy. The GOLD MEDAL SARSAPARILLA will put the stomach in order and tone up the system, give strength and correct Nervousness. HUMPHREYS' l)r. .lumplirt-vH' Hiirrillci are seieiitillcally aml carefully preparel ltrintiiieH, lwit for jreafl 1" prlvaie practlco und for over thlrty yeara hy the peoplo with ellttre sueeew. Every fitugk HK'clflu a speeinl oure for the dtoeaM Damed. Thev euri! williout flruKKiK. I'urnliiK or reiluelnK thehyntem aml are In faet aml ileeil the Hn errlmi Henieillea of Ihe Worlil. Ko. reHrit. MUOM i i , i -, Congeetioiui, TntlmmatloM. . . O WorniH, Worm Fewr, Worm Colio 'i.I S Teethlngi Colle, Crylng, Wetrofnlneei .'23 4-IHarruuu, ot Children orAdnlM .'23 1 -CoiikIih, t'ol(l, IlronchltlB .'23 8 Neurillvill, Tonthaehe. Kaeeache '23 9- lli'iului'lK'M, Mok HeadaonOi Vertlgo., .'23 10 Drapepsla, BUiouuieee, Coutlpetloa . .25 11 BappreMod or Palnfnl Parioda. -'25 1) Wiftaii Too Profuee Pertodi -'23 15 Orrajh Larrnsitin. Honweneu -'25 14 Hnlt Khrutii. Erynlpelan, Eruptloni .'25 18 Rhaamattnnii Rhennutle Palnt .'25 16- Miilariu, ObiUa, Fevnr nnd Ague .'25 10 Catarrhi Influenu, Cold ln tne Hend .'25 '20 -Whuupinn Congh 9t '27 KiiliH'y DinniKi'M '5 128-N rvou Di'liiliiy 1 30 Crlnary Weaknene, Wettlng Bed.. .'25 HUMPHBBYft' W1TCH HAJ5EL OIL, " I'he Plle Olntment." Trlnl 8ln. M C!ti. H'ii-1 bjr DmxgWU, r ! potpaM r.-.-pi vt prw. db. Hvnrnnm' Hamvaii (M4 pmwi) nitnn chkr in ni'iiiinH'HKD.ro.. iiiii i a wini.i si.. nkwvork. S P E C I F I C S . AKTKlt threo yeaxs1 loss, i bftve regained ray vior aml vital snorgy by the use of GOLD MEDAL SAKSA PABILLA. Hakky WH.MT, Moretown, Vt. I HAVE been onred from u bad rae of DyHpopsia of tweuty-five year' standiii by Unlng GOLD MEDAL SARSAPARILLA. J. Monbok Gould, CalaiH, Vt. Tho Grroatost Rocorcl. ELEVEN hundred eighty-tour bottles GOLD MEDAL SARSAPARILLA retailed at the City Drug Store, Montpelier, Vt., witbtn oue year to April 1. THE GOLD MKDAL SAItSAPAKILLA U malH for a Bnt-olMI medlolne, con talning no rtlflola OOlorlng, anil ia not OVOrohWged with lodides, but from roots and berbH of tbe lineat, enatdint; young cbildrnn to take this remmly with flatterlng resulta. DrOKglstl are allovved to guarantee this medlolne, and are backed up by tbe GOLD MKDAL SAKSA PAHILLA COMPANY. W2 SOLD BY ALL DRUGG ISTS. Gold Medal Sarsaparilla Comp'y MONTPELIER, VERMONT. Woll IBrocl Soon Wed GIRLS WHO USE SAPOLIO ARE QUICKLY MARRIED. TRY IT IN YOUR NEXT H 3USE-CLEANINC. THE MONTPELIER CRACKERS Have always borne tbe ruputation of boiuu 'the " Ilest lu the World," and are al vnrtisnd tluiH. Wby is it so? It is because tbe old tirm of O. H. Uross and 0. H. Oross & Son hjtVfl made tbitin for sizty years. Tbe samu workmun bavu bakoil tboin in tbe -rolL faotory for tbirty ynars. They are Ci COMBINATION of pure lVtroleum and OliveOil. Containe all of tlu ir bcaling properties. Unrivalled for Modi cinal and Tollet use. (iives a sinoothncHs and Boftnpss to the ikiu not ODtliMd by any other preparation. Guaranteed to cure all akin diseases that ean be reacbed by ezterual applloktlon. Used by Phsicians. All deulers hnvu it. Tho lluriiey Co., UoHtun, Ma88. Baked in Ovens with Soap Stone Bottoms, Wbieb kiwps tbein moist, crisp aml tnnder a (rreat. wbile loiiKHr tban If tiaked lu oveiiH with iron bottomt. As good or ickers OMBOt bo baked on iron as on soap stone. Bo suro to call for " MONTIMCLI KIl Olt VOKKItS," and you not tb Hnest made. M AN UF AOTTJ RB D HY G. H. GROSS & SON, - - - MONTPELIER, VT. " mir w - mcrf!" AKVV01 The Lnndon Pollro. Durlnir my visit, to London I spent, eon tdentble tini investitinn tbe pollee foTOI of tbnt city. The history of tbe London police hns yet to Ik' wrltten, nnd a very i nrious recoril Indeed WOOM lc tbat of the MIOOMriPt OhUgM, alw.iys In tlie clirectiou of Itn proveim nt, Whloh have been made in tbe cnnilitiilion, tbe discipllne nnd tbe dresn Ofthc inetropolitati nml citypoliee since tbe force, WUlblllbod by ftOl 10 of Geofge IV, comniciiced duty on Sipt. 20, 1880 AiiiioiiK'b tbe blnnderlng and Inefllolnit force nf pnl ice const ables bad by t 1mm t ime diMMtfod I heir nwhIIow tiiiled ccnila nnd their M,ovepipe bats, tbe cil y Ml horit Im, exceptiiiK for a very sliort pcrlod in 1HIK, besitntt'd to provide tbe force with any weapon wlintstH'Ver MOtptlOg n lantern nml a r.il t le. Kven as lHte as 1M10 tbe inctropolitan police force iiiimlcred only 6,800 OonstA UM, altboufrh tbe city had over H.OOO.OOO Inbftbituta. At preeent its totftl itrenffth is l-t.OSI , iniiintained at a cost, of a little, over 1.000,000 (: .1,000,000). ThU civiliau anny was pract icnlly founded by tbe sec OOd Sir Robtlt Pltl Wbll homi secretary, aml was l.ltterly opposed in t he oiitset by a ItVgl MOtiOttOf tbe publlO prcss. Tbe Ixindon police force, once a nat ional scati (lal, has now become, however, tbe par dtinable pride of every inbiibitaiit of tho city. At tb( bcad of this army of 14.000 lolice 1h a linle oommlssioner Mlled tbe. obief commissioner of police. He is appointcd by tbe queen and holds hli office for life. A genera in ibe anny of twetity years' ntamlint; iw ahvays selectcd for tbe place one noldler who has dtetlngniihed bim- Wlf for bil exectitive aliility. Tbe present cbicf rommissioner is Sir Kdwanl Brad ford, K. ('. B.i K. C. S. T., who orani.ed the kiiiK of Persia's cavolry some years ago. Hla aalary la 9,800 or 118,800, This oonmiaeionar haa tbe appolntnianl of three assislnnt, commissioners nt a salary of 1,500 (17,800) and allowances of about JL'.VX) a year extra. Thcse asslstants are cbosen from the ranks of barristcrs who have dtattnRulabed tbMnialvn for npwMd of twelve years in the criminal courts. Next in rank Oome four chief OOtUtkblaa, Who likewise must be cbosen from the Uat of army offlcara in good Rtanding, There is strictly no politics in any of tbese appointmenta, and they are all for life or during k,io1 bahavior, It would sccm fittinn to p'lt an experienced army olTicer nt the bead of BUOb a boilv of men and eapeclally flttlng to jolnwitb blm his aatlatantj three experienced criminal lawyers. In additton to the 14,000 nniiormed police there are 000 detectives nnd WX) mounted polloe, Tbe depnrtment breed all tbelr own boraea, aud they lHard iu harrackj all bachalori balonglng to tbe force at oue sbilliiifi a week. The pay of an onlinary constable is from thlrty to thlrty-ais sbiliinKs(7.r)i)tot(.i) a Week. Tbe detectives or inspectors receive 1HT ($0"Jo) a year, nnd 5 (886) advance for taob year of scrvice for ten years aud than 10 advance for tbe next Bfteen years. Aft er twenty-five years' servicc they are pen lioned for life on two-thirds pay. Tbe ser KMnta of police receive forty-five sliillins (811,06) a week aml are only cbosen .rom the ranks ot constaoles. r.very one con uected with tbe force, exccptiug the com- mlaatoner and his aaaiatauta and the four chief conatablaa, must rise iu the service from tbe loweat ranka, No ordinary policcm.m is allowcd to cany a rcvoiver axoeptlng in tbe anbnrba, wbere n volvers are handed to tbe men wben k'oiiiL; out on dut v and are inspected aaob rnorning to aaa if anyabot has been flred. Kacb olficer must likewise report paob use of his st ick or truiichcon. Tbere is alnoat no drnnkenneaa fonud amoug tbe force-. Moat of tbe men are recruits from tbe COUntry aml are fartnera' sons Any pollcenutn found Intoxtcated ofl serv ice is put b.tck from t woto three yean in rank and pay, and if found drunk wbile on larvloe la diaoharged at once. Any one vlsltlng London for tbe lirst time is stitnned ou week days by tbe tour billlon of moYement in Ita atreeta aml tbe constanl cddies nt all tbe great OKMalnga in tbe wrhirlpool of its bnalneaa life anob as nootberolty in tbe world oanabow, It is i stimated t hat over 'JO.OOO vehicles puss tbe Bankof Bngland aaob day. Buchathtng as a block or stoppage in tlie stream of ve hicles for moretbau a moment is never aj. lowed to occur, thauks to the skillftil man Bgement of tbe police under tbe preseut pcrfect system. Tbere is an oflieer at nearly every street corner, and any driver or cabinan who advances a yard beyond tbe npraiaed band of tbe oflieer may expect to have his ntimber taken aml is certaln to have a two pound fine to pay. If be drives on his liccn.se is forfeited. This is not a rule simply, for tbe law is invariably eu forced, and tbe consequence js absolute onler aud f reedom from blocks. Tbe police seldom use frce. It is not necessary in a city where tlie laws are en forced wilh unfaillng prom ptneni and cer tainty. In oonaeqaenoe perbapa tbe moat nnroly class of men iu the world the London cabbies stand in absolute awe of tbe polloe. Thla teellng la shared equally by all tradeapeople. I was assured on the best aut boriiy tliat tbere was not a dis orderly house or policy shop iu the en tire city of London witli its 090 square nilvaandlta atreeta and roada maaaurlng 8,800mllea in aggregate leugtb aml over 6,000,000 inbabitaut.s. It is commonly biud of London tbat tbere are more Sootobmen there tban lu Edlnburgh, more Irisb tluui in Dnblln, more Jews tbau in I'alestiuc and more Koman Catbolica tbau iu lionie. Nothing is allowcd to be sobl in tbe way of eitlier fooil or drink after l'Jo'cloi k, and every public restaurant or bar must be closed by l'J-.riO. This rule is kept to the very ininute, or tbe license is forfeited. Nobody once convicted of even a niisde nieanor can obtain a liceuse for a bar or public house in Ijondou. Tho fidclity and hravery of the London police were well shown iu lsM wben a couple of oCBcera ou duty at the parlia mentary bnildlng discoverel a lightwl dynamite cart rldge in the ball way directly under tbe ball in which tbe house of com mona was aittlng at the time. The two men aelaad tbe oartlidge together and ran with It burnlng iu their bandaout into tbe open courtyaru, where it exploded. Botb meO are Olippea for life. Botb are deaf nnd bilnd, and one has lost his reiison. They were at once promoled to tbe rank of aer Hiauts aud panaioned for life. Oue was siitiimoned to Windsor caslle, wbaPi the qneen berself decorated blm with the Al bert mc dal. Tbu otlicer who was contincd to ihe bospital was then visiteil by tbe queen in peraon wim praaantad bim with tbe Allwrt inedal. Arcio York lleralti. bbcrttstmcnts. The difference in WOtHtH, 'Some wonicn are tireless in their homc work. Some are tireless in their work for the church. They laugh, they sing, and are happy. You remain at home broken hearted, for you are utterly un able to makc any effort what ever. The horror of " Female Cona plaints" is upon you ; you have that distressing " bcaring-down " feeling, your back aches, you are nervous and despondent, don't care to move, want to be left alone, your digestion is bad, and you are wholly prostratcd. Ah I dear sister, don't you know that Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will reach the caitse of all this trouble, and you will surely be well. Don't hesitate. Get the remedy at once. It will cure you sure. AM drufw'ti "' "Mlt by mai!. M fnrm of Pilll or l.ei. lig.i. on rFrtipt ot 1 . " it. II l... a an. Hfrcd. Addrni 10 rntifl- 4?wusj&. PA .nci. Ltiat a nsK- r ' BM Mli'K ai. C . l.ysn, JHalMa 'OTVSmCmm illll '..-. !.. 2SC. Ohildrxd Cry for Ettoher'a OaatorU. CBtLUIUUj Cry for l'itcher's Caatorla, the pi rivr: ruRE. KLY lHcOillKlts. u arran St-i;cw rncei.Oct' It ia not necesHiiry to keep a lot of rooBters arouud just to kcep ihe hiyiug heun cnnipany. Vour htDI will luy as well orhetler without such " couipany," and the egs will ho awecler aud keep longer. 1 1 R8K8 can reinctuber but ono thing ai a Uni8 I s a misttike often made to eiv- them too big Ii-hih to learn. Ono thing at a lime should be the motlo wht u training a young borae. lEarth.-i So& tverywueve. Is thc deliiht of the Brealde, the rewurd for labor acoom pliahed, nnd addi muoh to the zest id the after-dinner chat. The NEW BRAYTON 10 OOUt "lKiir will lecure the above, and more, to you. Ask your dealer about it rlght away. L. BRAYTON & VO Boatos, Nhi, AGood Smoke RESTORED MANHOOD DR MOTT'B HerveriLe fit for crvoii- pr- IrattoM h) ' " U ntn ou dU ot tlie yi'iiflittiv ..riMiin of tli t.t r M x.siict, Nt-i . Bl T CM l.i H, V;illll)U it Monhil, Impot.-tif-T, NiL'liily Erm.. oti$, Yoiithfol Erroro, 'Htal v.it, levatlv UMi o( roWocfl tr opnin., wbich Ifit i" CoMnmpion :t,. InMaU. wiih tTOff 6 Mtl wt" pV'- wrlUB RQftraniM io r.iro oi rvmnd Um un'iu-y. Soid i tl " p b, i I fOI t'l-'HI. DR. MOTT'B CHEMI0AI. 00., rieveland.O. FOR SALK T1V Evans & Bryant, - - Waterbury, Vt. BEKORE AND A F E n PB KQ, Articles of Association or THK North Haverhill, N. H., Granite Company. We, tlte lubnrriben, hereby Mioclute CMUMlvM tK3ttier m oorporittlou, iiiultr llu litwn of ll.e stttt of Vermont, to b known by tba name of THK NORTH IIAVKKHII.I.. N. H. ORANITB PANY. for the purinwH of iitutrry Iik- Mlnr aiial inaiiufacturtiiit tcruintH for liuilillnu, luoiiniiit'iitM aiul ottitT puriOBf a, at North Ha erfilU, in tlie ntate of New llampntilrf , mul at Montpelier, tn the rotiiity of WaaMiiKtin, or nt Hiich other phtt-o or BUMSM the t'ouiit.i-F of raledonta. ''runne or Wanhlinftt i., U the itate of Vermont, iik hh OOrponttOII n.y elect or detetinlnr to cnrry on It hunlneas. The prlnctpat pliwe Oi hualneiia to he ItH'iitett at Mvut petler, lu tlie eounty of WwhlnKtOU, tn nttht st.tte i Vermont, wttl) a I'apltal ntock nf liity thoi.tinl tle lart. dlvldetl Into tive hundred ahares of one hui dred dollHrs eneh Iated at Montpelier, in the t'ounty ofV,ihii.T ton , lu MM ttate, thlf tlrat Ihv of Soveinher, A. I. W2 hTH'HKN I HMAK QBO, W BOUTT, AMltK .1. HOWB KTATK OP VKHMoNT, orncior THK hkchktakv or htatk I herehy certtfy tliat the forerotiiK l atrue niit uf record of Ariiclea of Aoaoehttlou of THK NORTH HAVKBHILL. N. H., ORAN1TK COljPANV, a ap iearo hv the IRet and re'ordH nf thlH ol1l Vltnean my oikinnture and the neal of thlx oftice. tel and elKit huudreil aih) nlnet Muntpelter, thla Ut ilay nf Noveinber, oue tho. 11 ll-i i H llllll- V lWO lll W'M'KY W Itlii NKI.l . Secretary o Stait MY SITUATION Aa acconntant for L. M Ranklin a Qft, Doetei was obtHlueil for me ty the Iturriett ltiiNlii3a rtklleire, (SiM Waahlugton Street ltmtn, aftv three inontliK' itedy. K. N. RIMBALL. l.yuc.