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VEBMOlST WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1892.
- " )ttl to thlt do.rtnieiit mj lx MM R. T. Horkikk, Newport, Vt., or tl mtir to Thb Watohmaw poLmniiie compabt. The Hirthday. BT M I RA B HA.RN. k fair linlrod Ikijt wltli eyon of blu. ""b illmiilisl choekn, siid roy, fcxi, r, iHUfftiing, ikNM clilld, from cr my thougln x i t llert, 4 flll i 'l 'V Hlmhod 011 1117 hnoo UN L rUHH nVr with chirdlnh gl, ' lllllf 1 11 ll1Y. hlm. u'pr himI nVr. l .u iii'vnr HAfl ln fur." 1 nltv. lmlf siirnrlae. Sivfe''julrk Intn tlin. benminK tyflt. And then, wltli InvliiK. awoet c.reM, ! Hll liiH elilldlnli tendenieat, " I aorrj, papft." Tlnm, witli force, " Kut y.n a'sll Imvf! iny wockliiK-horae : A raomeut more, tlinn, " 1'itfM ilo lltg niona like you hAve blrfilnya too'.'" Asaured of tlila. he Roea litf way Mflgtagi " Pn four l'm four to-diiy.' And to hn hahb; It o'or tind o'er, " I'.pn, l'm four! M im Vtn fourl " And tlicn we lienrd hlm st liia plny Say, " Kitty, Is you four to-dsy?" To bird itud lioo, sml hnriteoii8 Hower, Told hi tlie. iitory limir by hour; Then asld, when kuet'llm: down to prny, " Dear Jol! l'm glud l'm four to-day.' Hlcliinmd, Vt., MH Chlldren'i t hrlitmas. The ChriJ-traas lime seems especially the cbildren's 1 olidny. Wo should try to erupfasize the giving side mther than the receiving of preseuts. The gifts will be doubly prized by the re cipients if made by tbe children them selvte, aud the rntikinp; will be of great value to the children. There are so many pn tty little things to be luade trom the kiudergarten material that we would advisc any mother of small children lo send lo sorne kindergarttn house for a Bmall stock of supplie9. The weaviug is very interesting, and very small children can do it. The mats (7x5) are very pretty for the faccs of ehaving-cases for papa and big brother. Cut tissue paper in sheets the same size and sew to the back of the mat with two long stitehes at top, and make a loojt to hang up by. The mats can be used to make cornucopias. Line with paper for hair receivers or for lilling with sweets for the Christ mae tree. The different sizes of mats make loveiy little toilet mats; narrow ones, napkin ringa. The very babiis can be taught to make the paper chains, and any quantity of theru can bc used in Christmas decorations. If one does not feel that she can send for embroid ery caids she can make very pretty ones at home. In the advertisements in newspaiicis are many quaint little ligures iu outliuc. Lay a white tissue paptr over thtee and mark over the linss, theu with a trifle of paste at the four corners, (aeten to a card of bristol board. With a coaise uecdle prick the outline and let the little ones sew thcm. Do not make the work too complicated, and talk about the subject until well understood, and try to have the color of the yarn or silk used BUitable to thc Bubject. Some pretty designs can be made from china advertiseaients and from seed catalogueB aud eveu from the pictuns in the stock advertise ments. Theee embroidered cardB can be bordered with strips of colorcd or gilt paper or the edge button-holed with yarn, aud when aent lo auut or grandma will be better than any Christ mas caid that can be bought at the stores. Exchange. HvM mA Vcntilatioii. Inseparably connected with the sub ject of heatiug is that of ventilation a topic of vast moment, and one which .in its bioader lincs engages the alten tion of leading scientists of the world. iut for the dwelling-house the matler need not be a complicated one. It caDUot be too constantly impreseed upon thoBe who woukl live long and bapplly, that the very iirst rtquieite for that cunsummation is pure air. Let this air, if possible, be of a comfortable temptn. u:e, but at any rute let it be pure. Aud yet the matter of ventila tion is subject to abuse. A atreara of colder air, amounting practically to a draft, pouriug down upon the heads of the inmattsof an apartmcnt, is not vtntilation it is an invitation to colds, catarrhal affi ctions, and all the deadly evils which follow in their train. Fresh air can be admitted alniOBt anywhere, in suflicient volume to replace all the vitiation and consumption, without the creation of a draft or annoyance to even the mott seusitive. It should not come, as is sometimes the case with the hot-air furnace, from a niusty cellar, but should be takcn from withcut, in such manner that it shall be as free as possible from contamination. The dc taila of euch arrangt ment necessarily vary so rnueh, and will depeud so much upon individual circumstances, that few inflexible rules can be laid down, and it is not the method upon which nsulls will depend. A window slightly raiBed, with Buch provision that the in toming cool air shall not rush in a com pact column acroBS the room, will give the eupply of oxygen which the human lungs require, as certainly as the most elaborate " aystem " which has ever been devised, though the operation may not be quite 80 convenient. Oood Houstkeeping. Steamed Turkey. The turkey is prepared as for roast ing, the heart, liver aud gizzard beiug removed and cut into small piecea, boil ing in a little water till the turkey is rcady for the oven. The fowl is ruean while steamed by placing a small jar or pail in the boiler, if a more couveuieut steamer be not at hand, on which to reBt the bird iustead of placing it in thc water. The boiler is to be oOTBtfd tightly, and in a few miuutes the tur key will be quite ilurap aud white. Threc-quarters of an hour will bfl u Bufficient Bteaming for a yuutig bird, if the vessel be kept covered and the water at a boil, though au older oue will require from an hour to an hour aud a quarter. When the breast plercei easily the fowl is rcady for the oven, but the fork thould be employed as little as possible, owiug to the danger .:K, . n K TBIItl) COLUMN.) HERE K NEWS. Just Now of the' Dtmost Im portance. And it is Soniething that All will Aji-preciatx. lieeause it Is an RoUMlt aml )HtsHken Opinlon. " Hlicniiiatism and neuralKa arn pnr frctly onnblOi" remarked one of Ottt DHMt emltkent phyNiciaiiH, in convorHation witli thl writer. " The only tliing neoessary 1 to use t-ho riKlit reiuedy and use it persist ently." "But wliat Is tlio riglit retuedy, dootor?" " Well, alttiotiKh a pliyslcian in practlce, I inust say that the bpst all-round tnedicine for rheutnatiHtn and neuralK'a that is, the remedy which will elTect tlio most ctires is the discovery of I)r. ?reene, known aml sohl in eyery drtig store as Dr. Greenu's Nervura blood and nerve remedy. " I have cnred tuany rases with it," con tintied the doctor, " and oall to iniutl sev eral remarkahle restorations which have come nndei my direct ohsei vation, uotably that of Mr. William GuckemitH of Ii2 Stark Btraet, Utica, N. Y. His waa a terrible case. Why,, he conld hardly move in his heil, had torrihle pains in his hip and hack. His food would not dlgest but wonht hloat him up very niucli. He useil I)r. (Jreone's Nervura blood and nerve remedy, and iH now a perfectly well mau. Mr. Quckfiinus is a very well-known mnn in Utica, in fact has been foreman in the turiiing Hhop for twenty-four years, and conseiiuently every body kuows him and Ids wonderful cttre. " And there was that remarkable cure of Mr. Miehael Crowley," added the doctor, " who resides in New York city, at"l 1 . 1 1 ; ; ! 1 1 street. He hal rheumatiHin so bad that he could not walk ; indeed, could not eat or sleep. Nothiug seemed to relieve him until he procured I)r. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy, aml now he li a per fectly well man. He ileclares'that this rem edy saved his life, aml that it is the most wonderful medlotna in the world. "A taleuted latl.v of my aiiiaintauce, also, Mrs. .). T. Cummings of 1803 Ijorain Street, C'leveland, Ohio, told me .that she suffered fearfully with pain in lier riglil sidn for four months She was extretnely uer vous in addition, and could notsleep nights. She received uo relief whatever until she used Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nerve remedy, and now, throuii the curative ef fects of this tnedicine, the pain has left her entirely, and she is well a;rain. " It certainly does c-ure rheuinatism and ueuralgia," wouml up the doctor, " aud I could go on iniletiuitttly describina case after case among my patieuts where it has given almost instaut relief and soon efTected perfect cures. I pronouuce it the jjreat remedy for pains aud aclies aud I prescribe aml use lt freely because I know it to be a purely ve'etablo and harmleaa inodicine. " No, we physicians do not class it among pateut uiedicines because, as you inust re member, it is the tirescription of one of our best knoWD and most succcssful doctors, the specialist in nervous aud ohronio ilis eases, Dr. Greene, of M Temple Place, Bos ton, Mass. The doctor, in fact, enilorses and reoommendl his valuable remeily in just such cases as those Hbove stated, and be can bfl oonanlted by uny one free of chargc by oalling at his ollice or writing." Ibertisemcnts. Mass, Real Estate Go, 246 Washington St., Boston. Dividends 7 Per Gent. Intests in Central Real Estate in Growing Cities. Anthorlrad Oaplte va.ooo.ooo Cnpital paitl ln 1,300.000 Burplaj 100,000 OntiANizKn in 1885, PaU DiTiienJs ol 5 per cem w annQin lor 4 1-2 years. Paid Dmdenils ol 7 per cem per ainura sipce loly, 1890. AYerage DiTideno smce ot eamz Jtion over 6 per cem per ann SnrplDs at closeol lasl Oscal year, over $100,000. Stock Offerc.l for SaltatI08 l'l rMiarc. Send to or oall atthe ufUce for lufcirmatlon . Soientific American Apcncy for I H Hr CAUFJT? TRAOE MARK8, nrnnu DiTEurd COPVRICHTS. etc. For tnformstlon and froo Ifandbook wrltc to MI'NN A OOZan llHOAHWAV. Nkw Vokk. Oldcnt liurouu for aoi'tiriliK r t-nt in AiutTtpji. Bvery patuut takou out by c ih tiruui:ht before tbe publlc by a notloe iitvun re u chargu tu tbu Sf thntxixt mtxum Laraest ctrculattnn of any sclenttflo paper In tne world. HplendldlT llluntratod. No iiitclliirciu, uiun houM be wltbout It. Weeklv, 3.00 a year; fUQ all montu. Addr MtlNN 4 00 Vdiiusbbkb, -jei Mniadway, New Vor. 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The best salve in the world for euts, bruisos, sores, uleers, sult rheuiu, fever sores, tetter. cbapt)ed tutndi, obilblaliu, oorns aud all skiu raptlODt, and positivoly cures pileB, or uo pay retjuired. It is k'uarauteed to j,'ive perfect satisfaction, or ruouey refuuded. Price twentv-tlve cents per box. For sale by C. Jilakely, Montpelier, Vt. of wasting the juices. The liquor over whioh the ktMIBlOS hns takt 11 pltot will OOIlUtO rnon or leB richnosB fr;m the dllpplDg ol the fowl, aud if set aside till partia'.ly OOOl the top may be dipped off to aid in thc sauce-makiug. The sallinp; of the turkey should be dont duritig the sleamini;, as the vapor will dissolve the salt without reuioving it. Tho dressing is now to be added and the fowl is placed in the dripping pan for browninsr, which will be suffi ciently done ly the time the dressing is baked. Uood lluustkeeping. Motliers, Let It Alono. The training of the child commenc.es witli the mother nnd thc grandmother, and tDOllDkttoni and teudeucies can be irtiplanted in tiie blood so that a child niay be cursed from birlh, aud doomed to life-long miaery. Physiciana some times prescribe alcoholicdrinks. Wine, brandy, heer and porter are taken by mothcrs for their hcallb.aud thus these datigerous beverages are wrought into the very life and constitution of their offspring. Ily them their bealth may bfi pcrmtinently impaired; they may not become drunkards, but they may be blihted by olber diseases, which are secondary results of alcoholic pois oning, aud with this infusion of tbe poisou into the system may also come an appetite for strong drink, which shall imperiously demand t;ratiDcation. VVe know aman, Ihe child of an interupir ate mother, who dtclares that he was a drunkard at the age of seven years; and from that time up his life has been a strufrgle and a conflict. Ile has re pented and reformed; he has fallen and gonedowu; he has spent much of his time in prisons, and the last we heard of him, in a distant state, he was a prisoner still. The curseof his mother was upon him; the poison which she infuscd into his constitution has ucver been eradicated, and we have little hope that it ever will be. Let no woman who values her offspring taiut her blood or pollute her body with alcoholic and narcolic poisons. Let no mother lay upon her children a curse which will make life a burdenand a blot, anddcath a leap into outer darkness. The Chris tian. Kc?p Out the Wind. When riding in the wind, ladies so often coraplain of the wind pierciug throunh the chest. Their clothing is not made to protect the chest both front and back as it should iu severe weather. The best thing is a chest protector to put on when going out to ridc. If one can afford chamois skin it will be much nicer than if made ac cording to the following direi tions, but this one iB inexpensivc and will resist the wind quite as well as thc chamois: Cut a piece of heavy paper one foot wide aud twice the length from the shoulder to the waist-line. Cut a hole iu the uiiddle of the paper large enough to slip over the head. Now cover the paper with auy cloth you wish black calico or bhtck cushmere is good. Sew tapes to the four corners long enough lo tie around the wnist. When pru parlng for a ride, before putting on jourcoat, slip your head through the holes in your shieltl, tie the tap s sewed to the back arouud your waiBt n front, aud then the tapcs on the front balf of the shield. At Meal'Tlme. The breakfast bcing the lirst meal of the day, aud of the ftimily reunion, it should be the happit st. Thc good morn ini; should be given in a chetrful mau l er. Endeavor at this lime to be in teresting, aud couverse on suhjects that are pleasing to others. Eat, and be ihankful for ti:e porridge that is set be fore you. Among the usagts of good Boclety, the dinuer is the one form of entertainment where i)unctuality should be etrictly recogniztd. To be late ia a grievous error. To arrive too early iB iu many iustances embarrassing. Five minules before the time appoiuted is a rigid uecehsily. An invited guestshould observe these rules, and so doing is a good iudcx of his social standiug. Of the domestic table a few hiuts miht be given. Have the meat done according to the vule best suiied to the family. The vegetahles well prepartd aud well cooked. The salad dreBsed to thc tuste of those who are to enjoy it. Thehfoad aud bulter of the best. The dessert of a fruit, if in season, served in a style tastefuland inviting. To this dinuer a frieud cau be atked without formality, withoui work and without wurry. Oood llousekeeping. Washing Leuions. " Please put those lemons in a dish of waler and let thcm stuy there ten or lifteen miuutes before you use them," taid a lady to the new housemaid, who was gelting ready to make lcmou pit t. The girl looked soniewhat surprised, and the lady continued: " I do not sup pose that mauy people stop to think about il, bul the outi-ide of a lemou i auythiug but clean. If you will look at itjouwill see some tiuy black spots like scales all over it. These are the eggs of an insect, and if the lemon is not washed they are very likely to be come an ingredient of whatever dish the lemon is used for. For years I have made the practice of cleauing all the lemons I use with a small scrub brush kept for the purpose, then drop ping them into a dish of water, to re maiu for tive or ten minutes before using. It is a little Irouble, but I am very fond of having things clean, ( peciully the things I am expected to eat." New York Letlger. To prevent the giip or any otlu-r siuiilar epidemic, the blood and tl.e whole system should be kept in healthy conditlon. If you feel woru out or have " that tired feeling " iu the moro iug, do uot be guilty of ueglect. Give immediato atttution to yourself. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla to give strength, jiurify the blood aud prevent distase. Hood'h PlLM cure liver ill, jaundice, biliousness, Bick headache aud con ti pation. Wii.i.iam Klvnn of Underhill, for as Haultiug Daniol Hall, a ueiKhbor, has t.ccu senteucttd to slx months iu the boue of correetion. tifacrtisements. DouWing Suffering Women I MANY SUCH HERE. Alivc lo the inti rcs' of our lady rcadcis, c pttb lith Mrs. SttriMon'i nttcf to Dr. Kt nnedjr, D:'iir Hir : f was im in valid for jcurs, ItlfTeTtnB from khlni'v tronhle and female neaknc s. Phy tloiaM pmorlbed for me titl 1 took tfafiOUI n in sdlWi bul o baoeflt reaulted. Ourdail Snpcr noticed the succesi of Dr. Daitl ennedyf Farorlte Bamedy, ol Bon dont. N. Y., in casei ituilai to my own, l pnrohaied :t. The flrvt bottle lakin in sinail doses, bul wry reaular, ImpfOV d me ifOBderfalljTi My eonipiexlin oleared, Rppetltc Inprored, sleep w.is soiind and refrghlng,atid a llt'le furiher Uie sntlrelf cnred tne. Thei'enevci w v atnedlcinfl for womanklod, ttke Pavorite Remedy. With il my heart, let me urje thcm to ii e it. Rellei will bc thc retull.' lits 8, P, 8tMPMS)i Turncr, 111. Nacll a frunk. cnndid tatement leavet the Im prtnl of irnth upon ils Thc best proof of ihe value of Dr Kenrtedy'l Pavorlte Remedy, is the ifood il has done. What n atoii iben foi one nuffef" ing. or balf si k, to teiniiin so. WILL CURE YOU. Scents offensive arise from bad tobacco. Sense is to invest your cents in B-L. It makes thc breath an in-cense. Aromatic, Ambrosial, Comforting, and costs no more than poor stuff . Remcmber 44 B-L." All Dealers. PROLIFIC POULTRY FOOD WILL MAKE HENS LAY Mixt'ii with ttio mornlng feed preventi f.'(l ffoHM0aild b'mihf i- l'ithinyt cUt't'!t Moup and f'lci' t tt. A Hiiiuii ittm expn1e1 for it wffl wturn iiiuriv titnert tfao cott iii ih liu romid pro (int'tUm f BKfn. s'bi bv Beedsmen Feedmen, DruKfflstfli and Gfuneral Deal ?r. 11b. Pkff Wto. 2', Ib. Pkir- Otk-. 6 1b, Pkg, $i.oo. i n. l'ky. sent by mal icr L. B- L0R0, Propr,, BURLINGT0N.VT. .JAPANESB CURE bbcrttsemcnts. A new and Compl6t4 I n-.inm m , fiiu-i-i iiu: ot Stip uositorleH, olutinunt ln 4'HptitileB, uIho ln Hux; u rouitlve (Juru fr KzttTiinr Interntil, Hltiul or Illeed Lu. i t'hinp. CbronlOi Bcrocnt or llt-rtMiittiry 1'Hb, ii.i iimny otliur rlltieunes mul feinule weHknesaeR; lt 1 alwuyH & .. i t-.ti Itunetlt to thu Kooral liealth, The first dlaeovitry of h medlcal curu rouderliiK n (ipera tiou with tht knlfe tiuin'ccnrtnry hureafter. Thlt Kemedy lnti never bveu known tu full. $ per box, r.-f leut hy mall. Why nulTer from thii terri ble dfneaae when a wrltten Kuarantee li poHlttvely Klven with ti hoxes. to refund the inouey If uut cured. Send stamp fnr free Hainple. (luarantee ueduuly by LKSTKK 11. tJKKKNE. Drujrjriat and Sole Axeut, J5 State ntreet, Montpelier, Vt 8eud fur nainpleM. lr. Mott's tayroyal Filli. The onl y t-afe, mre aml reliableFcmale Pill ever ofl'ered to Ladli a Enpec ially raoommended to marrledLad ea Beware of PlUa ut up iu llu boxeaas I bev V i tlauir i - oui. a hk tor ur. flioii B rennyroyat PHIa and take uo other. hcnd foi circular. Prloelt.00 pw box, tt boxet' for 6.00. Dr. Mott's Chtmioal Co. Ulevelond. Ohlo. koii salb nr KVANH HKVANT, WATKItllUHV, VT. Cuildrkn Cry for Pitciier'B Cautoria 'uii j-HHN Cry for Pitcbur's Cautoria. nro.-.i-t ti.r Ck,rketf & KnalM ha j .1 II, .1, i I ': Kl-ll kl I,' 1 J IU I 111 10 tHiM, -aOd wt'ti blue ribUin. '1 mtv. tmn and imttiitnmi. Ai DruutKi. or eoJ. 4o. tu .i.ii.i rr Dartlouiara. teauahJOiaia uia 'Itrllff fur iJMllca," t Utttr, by n lura Mult. ,000 Tealliuouiale .Vj...( I'ajiw, DlMI II O rlAHUO wnt gt. Cat'Ui Prm. Addri' DAMKI. K. ItKATI Y. Wacii 1 nciton, N. .1. WANTED AOKNTH.Iocal RDd travel t. Ht oiiro, tOMU rna ttH'iital Hhruhn, l:si -Trci-a nnil Frntta V.xw.r- Irnt'o ni -'ii v. Hiibtry hthI i " n" paia Wfi-kly. rrmRii"iit pultlon. No i,rnrtty re qnlreff. Miint fnrnlnh r'feren-'Pi a to Kood rluir- HittT. m, w i ll.Mtl KS n. CHAHB, RoehiUr, v v. Meiitltm thl paper. Paper Hangers Wanted J" tell aml hatig nnr k'hmI. on rnininl.nlon or an agenti. Adflrci wltli - i for rrply, k. ii. cAiv,ann Hlghftt., Provtdanoe, it. i. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM ci-ni.i.. tnd Ii' km ''k iin- halr. Promiitpi a luiuriant frtowlrt Never Falla to Reatore Oray Hatr to Ita Touthful Color. Curra acalp diieMet k hair fallinx. SOr. and 1 1 m at I rignirti The ConsumptlvC and Fecble and all who ifTrrfrnin rt liauetinr diaaea etnnil.l n Parker'a Oincor H rureanie woran (Mijjrt. nrn i.iiiim. ihuuhj.im- . KrH'iiiiiatiiin ami rain. " - i. Tonlr diKvftiMn, Female weahiie HINDERCORNS. ThconlT ture eurr for Cim r000 no)K AGENTS WANTED FOR DARKNESS 'DAYLIGHT or 1 .11.11 I s AND HIIAimWK OF NKW VOHK MFK. A WOMAN S thrlllina atry nf (loaprt, Temn-ranfe. and Rrue wirrk ln HnSamr " In thc- pg BJldtr-World pf New vrk. Hr Mr HBiJCN ( AMI'ltl I I, lotroductlon Jiff Lyman Abbott,J. . A wonderful bnoW nf ClirMmn Inve an-' falth. 950 IMii.tra iM.iiafruinw hvht Phmtogmptui qf nmi tlfe. 46M ttinumnd. lh- fuu.ft Mihwibtmk tvtrjtvhlitheti. Airrnla Wnnted,--!'"tii Mni tid Wdinen 0 II - ii- . ( Ynlit. l-'.xtra Tcrmx. iintl I'ui, Ft, igkU, wiitflt fHW Wrlta fnr rirriilard to A D. UOK I t'IM.K.S X nt Huftford, onn. AjMlMIOO I.Mdv A ;ii f V ,t on ,... ;- r nr fnr WORTHINGTON'S MAGAZINE a New hnke eptoinlidly Mlii-tr.ttfil Mnnthly Inr the Fuinily. Iliiiiif'ill of kk1 thlnjpj n.rall, ii I inaKiilui fori'J ol Ihe HriRhU-t Furt-at U t,t and Cheapt Mt Mttrtt A. l.ufnmnr. IMm f yWW, H' lir. Pmnri K. Ctnrk. and at-orea of nthfra wrlte fnr tt. Thr brvt rhttnrr rrtr nffrrrd to ijati Avmt. Wtitt-or imrtit ular uuw, Addrco as abuve- CRATEFUL COMFORTINC. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. ' Hv ;i thnroiiKh kimwledKe T the iiiitural lawa ' whlcn novt'rn the openttlona if dljfOHtlnn and nutri tinii, atnl hy i careful appllnathtn of the tlnp proper tlea of well-Helerled Coooa, Mr. Kppn hua pmvided our brejikfiiflt tjihlcn with ii dellc.itclv fhivorod hp.v. tTHc which nmy nave n iiuiny hoavy dni-tors' hllln. It ia by the judiclous uso uf such artiHes of di.'t that a poiiatitiitlon m;y he wrrtdoallv hullt up until trotifr enotiKti to realst every tendeiicy to rtUeHsn. Hun dreda of mihHo inalHdifa are HuatiiiK armmd ua ready tu uttack wherever there in a weak ptdnt. We may encapo many a fatal shaft hy kefpliiK nurselves well fnrtitied with pure blood and a properly nuur lnhed frame." Ciril S'rrice h'ntrtte. Made almply with bolltiiK water nr milk. Sold only In balf pound tiim, hy (iropera. laheled thun: JAM KS EPPS & CO., Ilomeupathic ('hemlntN, Lnndnn, Knland. Administrator's Sale. Thern'will he sold at pnbllfl auetlnu, at the reai dence ot the late llurare M. Nirhula. In Calali, Vt., Frlday. Deoember 10. 1 Hv, t ten o'clookA. K tlie folluwlriK ileserlhe.i propWty I Thfl farm i htmwn aa the Jarnh rZaton fiirin), aeven euws.two hortt n. thlrteen aheep. onv twu.Tear nld heifer, one yearllnn heifer, two ealvei, twwity hena.nnu cov ered earriae, ODt huKy wajfon. onu twu-horae lumlier w anun. une twn-hurre hay wagOpi one dum p cart, one pair tWO-hone aleda, two drivln har nesaea, three work hnrneftsc, one tnnwiiiK maehlne, one eorn planter, dik harrow and aeeder, two ploWS, horxe-rako. Ktraw-eutter, three nlelnliH, aet of aealea. irnn kettle. wheelbarrow, two Iron b:ir, two lOg ObatOI, one eable ilialn, eant-lionk. two neek ynken. heiich-vUe, two wontl naws, reiiinerv, four ereain cana, three milk palla, :'t aap-tulH. two nap holilerH, two aap-pana. ahuut thlrty tons uf hay, atraw, eurn fudder, aml other artlclea too Dttmeroni tomentlon. Tbe abuve property ntut he sold tu filOM Up the eatate. SalepoHiiive and terms made knuwn at time uf nale. II. KATtN. A.lministrator. II. P, WlllTK. Aurtwneer. h'Mnt t'alaia, Vt., Nuveinoer 80f Auction Sale MAGHINERY AND TOOLS Ttie woud and Iron-wurkiitK iim. liinery and tools of the MONTPELIER CARRIAGE CO. Will be ohl without reserve tu the hiKhest bldder at Montpelier, Vt., ON Wednesday, December 14, 1892, At Eleven o'clock, A. M. Loeatinn on Berlin xide abnut twn mlnutei' walk from railruad atatiuiia. Knr eataluuea atldreai the eompany. ln aihtltinu tu the Mai'hinery and TooU there are ) iftice lienks and a hare Flre pnaif Safe. Notice to Holders of Middlesex Town Orders. All pertiona ur partle-i huldluK urdera mi the treaa urer uf the tuwn nf Middlesex, nre hereby inttilled tu preaont the itaiue to a tid treiiHiiror (or payment on or hetoru Oecemher Std. A. I)., tPft, at which time InteroNt will eeae mt all outataudiiiK urdera. Middlesex, Vt., Nov il. A. !.. li1'.'. RUFU8 w. WARREN, , Selectmtn Ainn rr i imtinr.. at !. It. CULVEK. 6oiuational. BRADFORD ACADEMY. Fur the hlgher educatlnn of yotint woinen. Huild . i . - uuaurpanaed furcomfort and health. Twetity tlve acreatwelve ln rove; lake fur rowin; aud akatlng. ClaaHlcal aud jje neral puurse nf atudy . also preparatory aud nptloual. (lymnattmm. noubi and art roiii)M. and chemieal launratnry, hbrarv aud reading roonn. Competent teaeherH. Year pom meneed Septemher 14. IhwJ. MltiS ANNIKK. .IoIIN HON and Mikm I IA C. Al.I.KN, Frlnclpala. App ty o M i 1 1 v ('. AL1.KN. Hradford. Maa THE STATE NQRMAL SCHOOL Randolph. Vermont, Offers a four yeura' Course nf stu.lv iu two couraei of two yeara e&c.h. Two Terms a Year of Twenty Weeks Each fieKliuiliiK tho fourth Tueiday ln Au'uat and the first Tueaday lu February. Heud for a catalogue. EDWARD C0NANT, Principal. Swmmarjj of tcfos. Vermont. Ma, AM' Mrh. Joiin Ht:T:HiNSOt of Rnt- innii palabratad Ihalf goldaa traddlng ist weckj A kinr portralt, of tlio Into HoB, Lttkt P, Potaad lias tteen liiintf in tlio MorriHvlllt) pulillr lltirary. Mr. anii Mns. H. (V IftinnARii of Rutland were m'riously lnirt, lant WMK, by IwIhk tlirown from n waon. Miss Lnata JoiiNHoN of Rntlanil wa baalr faoaldadi last wk, by niwetttnK koltlo of boillnjf water. Rorkrt QoDOa Hakihr, a Vermont artlHt, Ih to palnt BanatOf l'rootor's portralt for tlio war (IfpartiiiHnt. (iARDNKR Upham of Windbam will lw nlm'ty-llve yoars old nnxt HjirinK,and lg one of tlie llvelleit rnen in tbe oounty. LVOIW HowR, tlio well-known mimlclari of Brattleboro, and bin brother Fred have Kono to the Rermndi, to Hpend the wlnter. .1. L. CoUni of CheHter, a hrakeman on th rltohbura ratlroad, wa.s instautiy kilied at Mlller'l Kalls, Mass., lant Wednemlay Btgnti wbilo makitiK a llylng awitch. 1)H. .TOHN D. IfANRAIIAV Will he Rut- land'l new ponttnaster by Kimeral oonnent of both partlen, It in lld, if a rhango (a to he made at the end of Mr. Kield'n commlH- iion. ; i mmmm A ni.vouLAR fnneral took place at South Barton, lant week Tuesday, when four chil dren of Melvin Drown, all of whom had dld of diphtheria, were buried in onis Krave. Ai.rxandrr Voiino of Alburg rut his throat, lant WedneHday, at the re.sidence of his brother-in-law near Clarenceville, P. Q, He had lontr been Htllicted with an incur alile Hpinal disease. '-, Joiin Dullahav, T. If. Rooney, ('." M llnoHter, H. P. Oarlpee, W. ('. Bevinn, C W. McP.arhan and C. W.Papineaa, flreini n on the Central Vermont railroad, have been promotad to be en(?ineer. Frrd N'.Wiiitnry has sold the Rurlinjrton ciippcr to A. Armacnac, and the latter has taken posaeHsion. Mr. ArmaKtiac lias been principal of the Vergennes blfffa school the paat year, and in a New Yorker. 1)R. H. D. Holton of Brattleboro, who han been nrijourninft In the City of Mexleo rcpresented Vermont at the eonventinn' bcld last week in New Orleans to promote the buildlng of the NicaraRiia canal. Wii.i.iam Foster and William Cilley of Burlington were taken to Windsor, last I- rldaytne former to serve tive vcars for a miirderous aasault on Robert Kedmond and Cilley to serve four years for house stealin. Edward Jonrs, in Oweni' slate quarrv at firanville, on the line of tlie Rutland & Burlington railroad, was fatallv injured last Batnrday, Whlle at work in the pit of the iiiarry a heavy stone fell from the grapple. and, talllng a long distani'e, struck ,Tint-- on tbe head. Heilieilinafewtiiinut.es. I'rnsions have heen granted to the fol lowing Vermonters: Original, Orange Hog ley, Timothy Haley, Peter Stone, Mary Oethell, Fannv .1. Martin, minor of P. King, Myron H. I.ongworthy, Angust Pare; increa.se, Joiin Kennedy; additional, Jona than Sargent; reissue, Kdmiind K. Sisco. V. A. HtcHARDso.v has been doing some extensive swindling in Vermont, acting as agent for the Western Milling Company of Boston, a concern which does not exist. His latest reported vlotlm is H. w. Heath station agent for Ihe Passumpsic railroad at Plermont, N. n., tweive milea below Bradford. Heath dropped $207. Thr new opera-house at Bennington is to bfl dedioatfld Oecember in, and Goveruor Kiiller will make the dedicatory speech. His staff will appear in full unlform. After the dedication, Madame Janaus.-hck atid her company will play "Macbeth." The opera liouse will have cost, when rin ished, about ..-iO,000. It is leased to Bon.i Sc TifTany for about 31,500 a year, whic h is three per cent on the investment. The liouse is a beauty. Da KriiKNR 8. Wrston, "the gentletuan from Newfane," did yeoman service in the late legislatnre and made the principal argu- meati agalmt the removal ofthe (ountv scat from Newfane to Brattleboro. L'pon his return bome his tellow-oitiseiu met him at the train, illuminated the houses in the village, rung the lie'.ls, and rlredguusal! the evening. A drum corps paraded the strects and the demonstration oame to an end with a serenade at the doctor's home. Dr. J. N. Jr.nnk of St. Alhans has just been appoiuted adjunot professor of ma teiia tnedica in tbe medical department of tbe Universiiy of Vermont. Dr. Jenne is aboul forty year.s of age aml a graduafe of tbe medical department in the class of 181. He has been president of the state medical society aud a member of the hoard of con Hiiltlng surgeons at Ihe Fletcher hospital. He is brigade surgeon of the Vermont Natlonal Guard aud is a popular man as well as a siiccessful physieian. Thr famous Foster will case was probablv ended in Franklin oounty court, at St. Af bans. last Wednesday. After the validity of tlie will had been fought over and set tled, another llght ensued when the law yers' lulls came in. The auditon tiled their report, which has been siistaiued by the OOUnty court in the announcement of Juilge Thompson. Judgments were ren- dereu a.s tollowi : Famnaton & Post, 11,987.78: E. C, Smilh, 13,230.13: and Bal lard & Bnrleson, 93(023.80, The raporta of the amlitors iu tho individual cases are nearly the same. An attempt to burglarizn the drug store of K. H. Armstrong & I'n. of Castleton was frustrated last Saturday ntght by Miss Mol lie Hai kett, whooccupied a ten'ement over the store. She was awakencd hy the nolse made by the thieves, and opening a window in the rearot tbe bnildlng, oried out to know who was there. Reiviving no reply, she tired a shot from a revolver, when a man jotnped from a batobiray and ran around a coruer; not, however, until she had tired another shot at him. Miss Ioum Whitr of Rutland ogunty is tho lalest heroine of a turkey romanee. .lareil Leonard of PrOTldenoe, li. I., a tuar ketmau's teamster, the day before Thauks glvjngfound iu a turkey a note from Miss White. The epistlc made known her aiulii tlon to wed a nloe young man who is uot afraid of work," and as that hit Jared's case he telegraphed to I.illie and found her in uctual existeuce. He has uow come to Ver mont, aml If he carries out his purpose, there will soon he another weddlng in one of Rutland's suhurhs. JSur&rtt BUSINESS AND SHORTHAND CLCVAWf) NTRANCE : 694 wc;rasi boston. Be.utiful Prospectus fre by m.il o. it th. offic. Individual Inttruction. Stud.ntl aiiist.d to titu.tioni. Domeftlc. Jay Gould is a very sick man, aud Wall street is disturbed. Thr only woman who carried the Dntted States rlag iu battle duiag the late war, died last Weduesday at the Garlleld hospital in Washington. She was Mrs. Eli.a E. Cutler, aml at Fort Donelson, as her husbaud's regimciit was tltthtinn agalnal great oddi, sin aapaarad on the Betd, swotd iu hand, buaring the regitnental oolora, aml remalned on the tteid antll or ! dered aboard a itaaiwhoat by ihe toionei. Thr westeru end of l.ong Island was vig ited by a rlerce bli..ard last Wednesday, a inowetorm even more severe and far- reaohlng in its effeote thaa the famous blte- zard of l,SH,s. The diifts iu the highways l were six feet high iu many Inetanofll', aud : the snow averagud two feet deep un the level. Mucli valuable live stock perisnetl, . and trains and trallic of all uaturm were blocked. CiiiLDKKN Cry for I'iteuer'a ( usioria. Cii'.ldkkn Cry for PitcLar'i Caatorta. It ixeels uii othere. She itoeaka from long cxperk ine. Mrs. S. T. ICoOrt, Jersey villc, II1., wrili'K: "I i)au iruthfully say ibat Dr. llu 1- Cough Syrup fcxcels all other preparatious of a like nature. Wo liave used it for over tive ytars,and would not bo without it."