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VERMONT: WATCHMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, DEOEMBER 7, 1892.
Uloral anb gcligious. ht o. n. riob. I thlnk It wnulrt w awent to stay In nlftep'n brtKht wnrld of dream atway; I thlnk It wnnld be sweet to skip From that wort'l to the fnrthor shnr. To be IMWMlOM carrled oVr, And never hear the paddle's dlp. Thoae wlde, wldc plntnn I've oftan trod; The seft HgM on the MMftM od, In drenm'a fHtr roalm Ideal. The lofty mountAln' niw H brow, Ctoud wrapperi, and torreiit-laahed below How aweettn tlnd thmn reall And IWttttf far to flnd that thoae Who oomo when eyellds m.: IH i closp Hare rnmp to evor tay ; Not llke the brlghtly-mlrrored btUB Of mooti or star ln forost stream, To pHRN at morn away. Yet. O my flod! WllhOVt a Jar I haMen f rmn that world io far, To meet thli glad earth'a dawn And, ntranKOly, do not foel rwrret That tho dear faeea I have met Must be a whlle wlthdrawn. fiear 1-1.1. 1 love to thlnk that sleep, ThroiiRh whlch hrtght vlsions nolsrless croep. A foretnste I of heaven A lort of outaklrt dlm and wlde, Whose portats to tlie Klnrlflcd Thy holy love has jrlven. &xx Kogfl mxts Bt. In ihe Natu-tiiarj. But it is in the sanctuary of Ood that the Bpirit of " the Lord lifts up a -:andnrd " against the eneray. As tlie anlhetn of praise nscemls, as thc Holy Spirit rcets upon the assembly of wor shipeit, deliverance comes. The full liearl, hitherto oppresaed, breaks out In triumph: "Thou haBt tiolden me by roy right band. Thou sbalt cuide nie with thy counsel, and aftcrward re v ' ivc me to glory." This tr ition frotn deepest gloom to the posite, doptcted in thc seventy-third I'salm, is au iuspired reeord of what multitudes have realizod in God's house. When our " steps have well-nigh slipped " our spiritual foothold has been rnade more sure in his sanctuary. Fainting bcneath life's burden let every one ex claim: " My soul longetb, yea, even fainteth, for the courts of the Lord; my heart and my fleBh cryetb out for the living God." Christian Advocate. The Proper Spirit. The man wlio Blips out of the churcli !oor without saying a word to others, or vho does not irive either pastor or church raember a chance to speak to him, or who is distant in spirit and manner, haB no juat reason to complain that the church pays no atlention to him, or is unsocial. Oac to receive kindness iuust show himsclf kindly. He who would have Christians notice him, must allow them the opportuuity to do so. He who would form ac quaiutances niu8t be willing either to extend suitable overtures, or come in ?uch persoual coutact, that others niav rankc cordial advanceb. He whowoulil enter into the sotiul enjoyments of the ordinary nieetings, or 01 the special re ceptions given, must be reBponsive. A brusque manner, a whiting tor others to do ah the peaklog aud eutertainment, and a standiug aloof from perBons and things, are fa'tal to all sociability, either in the flrst or Bubsequent ma-jifesta-tions. There must be the proper out sriving, as well as the proper receiving, lu all Boeial inlercourse and intimacj . Prubyttrian, The Lie 011 thc Face of It. ltev. Dr. Macleod, father of the late Norman Alcleod, was proceeding from the manBe to the church to open a new place of worsbip. As he passed slowly and gravely tbrough the crowd gathered about the doors, an elderly man, with a peculiar kind of wig, known in that Jistrict bright, smooth and of reddish brown accosted him: "Doctor, if you please, I wish to peak to you." " Well, Duncan," said the venerable doctor, " can ye not wait until after worship?" " No, doctor, I must speak to you now; it is a matler of my conscience." " O, since it ii e matter of con science, tell rae what it is; but be brief, for time preBses." "Tne matler is this, doctor. You ece the clock yonder on the face of the new church. Well, there is no clock really theie uothing but the face of the clock. There is no truth in it but mce in twelvc hours. Now, it is in my mind, and against my conscience, that ihere Bhoura be a lie on the face of the house of the Lord." " Duncan, I will OODSider the point. Hut I am giad to see you looking eo well; you are not young now; I reniem bcryou for mauy years; aud what a sine head of hair you have Btilll" " Kh, doctor, you are jokinti now; it is loiij Hince 1 have had my hair." "O, Duiu an, 1 lncan, are you going into the house of the Lord with a lie onyour head?" The doctor heard no niore of the lie on the face of the clock. Tlie Presby-'erian. Littlk Hilda, eix years old, asked hcr molher, oue morniug, for tive cents to buy Bome pencils for school. At noon she made the same request. What did you do witli the mouey 1 jave you this mornlng?" aBked her motber, " Why,mmma, IMl tell you," eald ihe little miss. " 1 fell in the mud aud 1 felt 80 bad 1 had to have sonie i omforl, aud I spent that tive ceuts for Hilda." TKKRX is a time in every young man'B life when (or awhile he thinks he is a aecond Solomon. He aoon gets over it, though, when he begins to flnd out how many kinds of a fool he is. fams Horn. Qapen Vlctorla's (Jrnndohlldren. Perhaps one of the most charming in cidenU of the life of the queen is her in terest in her grandchildren. Princoss Beatrico took hfr eldest boy with hor to Baireuth, and the three yonnger chil dron wero teft practically in tho charge of their royal grandmother. Morning nftr morning her majesty hiw takon Ihnm out into the gronnds and Rome times even to quaint little Whipping liam, they riding in thelr little carriage ilrawn by her majesty 's latest prcHent, a cream colored pony, and tlie queen Hding in hor cotnfortatile donkey chaise. Her majesty insistB on tho old English tit.le of grandmother, and ovor and anon the little ones will babble ont some re qnost to her, which is almoRt invariably granted. A ncnutiful Itloa. A society has been formed by a com pany of little girls in memory of a fondly loved playmale. whose suddon death not long ago deeply affected her com panions. The society, which is called by tho dcail girl'a namo, moots once a woek, and sows, bb well as its inexperi enced memben can, on clotbes for a doll, When the birthdy of the little girl, who will have no l ve birthdayf. on earth, comes around, 1 ioll, dresaed in the garments which lo little fin gers have fashioned, is to iven to eome hospital child to lighten tediuui of Bick days. Ko Fiirfher 'eed of ('are. Little Harry, three -earB old, was in formed by his mother that his aunt and little cousin were on the steamer home ward bonnd from England, and that he ought to ask for their safi'ty in his prayers. Accordingly he inrliided them Hightly in his childish petilions until they at lengtta anived, The eveniug after their return he said his prayers as nsual at his mother'a knee. He paused a moment, and then she was astonished to hear: "And, O Dawd, you needn"t bother any moro about Aunt Fanny and little Joe. They dot hero all right." PoIIteneil Always Payg. This anecdote teaches in mirthful guise ix lesson our boys and girls cannot afford to leave unlearned, which is that tme politenou ahvays pays. The story states that an liish offloer in the mldlt of a hot battle happening to indnlge in the eourtesy of a bow to sonio one on the fteld, a cinnon ball passed directly over his head and took off that of the oldler lmraedlately betalad him. The bow alone aved his life. which p had the wit to see apparently, for turning to a soldier near blm he observed, "You see, my man. a fellow never loses any thing by politcncss." Ha( iikl A. Coli.ins of Burlington couuty, N. J., 1'omoua graDge truly say8: " Streams do not rise higher than thuir 80urce, aud lirsl-rate housekeep ing demands a tirst-rale housekeeper at the head of affairs." Ai'Oi.oov and forgiveneBB are twin virtues whose parents are courage and courteey. Cuiluksn Cry for Piteher's Caittoria. (.Juildkbn Cry (o Pitehui 's Caatorift. berttscmtnts. IVTaste Gooa Onc reason why wcgian Cod Liver Oil Scott's Emulsioti of Ptirc Nor and Hypophosphitcs of Limc and Soda has had such a large salc is becausc it is ''Almost as palatablc, as milk" but thc beit reason is that its curativc properties are uncqiiallcd. It cures thc cough, supplies the waste of tissues, produces flcsh and builds up the entire systcin. Scott's Emulsion cures Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Scrofula, and all Anaemlo and Wastins Diseases. Prevents wasting In Chlldron. Almost n palatable as mllk. Ort only the Rrnulnr. Pre pHtd by flcott A Howno, ChomlaU, Now York. Sold by all Drugglsts. Scott's Emulsion Make No Mistake! If you want a Stove or Range, be sure and get a STEWART They make jnore friends, please more people, vvarm more families, and save more fuel than all the cheaply constructed and expensively advertised stoves in the market. BARROWS & PECK, MONTPELIER, - - - - VERMONT. FOR LADIES ONLY! In the line of Cooking Ranges we carry the LEADERS. It one does not suit you, another will. The Crawford Grand, the Glenwoods, and the Acorns all have their merits. It costs you nothing to call and look over our cmods any time. Ve have a full line of Agate Ware, Tinware, Cutlery and I lardware. SMITH & SOMERVILLE, WATERBURY, VT. How she Showed Her Bymdathy. Little Dorothy takes a trip ulonc in the honM can every morning, under the conductor's care, on her way to the kindergarten. On her return at noon she always has sonie story to tell of what she has Been on her journey. "What did you see in the car this morning, Dorothy?" asked her mamma at dinner one day. "Why, maunna," said sweet tempered Dorothy sorrowfully, "1 saw a man and a woman sitting side by side and quar relingl So 1 went and sat between them, for 1 felt so sorry for that poor man, mainmal"- Home Magic. Take a wineglassful of water and put t thin card over it. If you invert the glass, still holding the card, the latter will be kept in place and the water pre vented from escaping by the pressure of the air, and may even be almost loiled by holding the card over a candle. Place two tumblers mouth to mouth, fltting each other, and separate them only by a piece of damp paier. Put a lighted piece of candle ln the lower tumbler. VV hen it goes out you will see that the tumblen can be lioth lifted by the upjier one, for the taper has used up part of the airin burning. aud the great er pressure of the external atmosphere binds the tumblers together. A candle may be Lighted with a piece of ice, A sinall piece of metallic potas sinm is laid on the wick and touched with the ice, when the water immedi utely produces a fhime. This is due to the property of this metal to oxidize with exceeding rapidity on oontaot with water. This curious experiinent is to be mado with great caution, as if too much of the potassium is used an explo sion will take (dace.- LillleThings. It was a little stcme that slew (joliath; it was a common basket that saved the life of a great apostle; it was a spider's web Bpun across the opening of the cave in which the great Scottish patriot was hid that made the soldiers not think of Bearchiiig for him there. There were only two small fishes, but from them Je bub fed the multitndes, so that it sa.VB, "Likewise of the lishes as liiucli as they would." ATVoll Brd Soon Wed G-IRLS WHO USE o ARE QUICKLY MARRIED. TRY IT IN YOUR NEXT HOUSE-CLEANINC. fac tory for thirty years. They are MEDICJNAL ese rsi D '- TOILET SOAPS PUREST BEST. VI Tatarrli Cannot be t'ured With local applications, as they cannot rcacb the seat of the disease, Catarrh is a blood or couBtitulional disease, and in order to cure it you must take in ternal remedieB. Hall's Catarrh Cure ls taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous Burfaces. Hall'B Catarrh Cure is notaquackmedi cine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicianB in this country for years, and iB a regular prescription. It is compoBed of the best tonics kuowD, combined with the best blood puriflers, acting directly on the mucous surf'aces. The perfect combination of tbe two in gredieuts is what produces such won derful results in curiug catarrh. Seud for testlmonialB, free. F. J. Chknkv & Co. Toledo, O. laT'Sold by druggisU at seventv-flve cents. ENTIRELV FREE o FROM ALLs"- ANIMAL FATS AND ARTI FICIAL t- - i C0MHINAT10N of pure Petroleum J'- andOliveOiL Contuins all of tlu ir beallng properties. Uurivalled for Medi einal and Tuilet uae. Givcs a smoothness and softneas to the skio not obtained by any other preparation. Guaranteed to cure all nkin diseases that can be reachcd by exterual upplieation. Uaed by Physicians A dealers liave it. Tlie Haruey Co., Itoston, Mass. Ha4m n Noo Sucb CONDENSEO AJi NEW LIFE. l)K E. WKSl'S NKKVK AM) HltAIN TRBAT MKNT, a nperlttc fur llyKtrrt, lllzztliuss, Flta. Neu fHlKla, Heu'lHche, NervoiiM l'rnHtrttlUiu I'ituied b alcohol or tittmero. Watcef uIikbi(, M.hi il lrir't siun, SofttiiiiiiK f llrain. ruiiHtiiK inirtiilty. inlnory, dcoay. itt'atli, Pretnaturo Olil Akh. ItarrtMiuea. Loss of 1'iiwcr ln eltlior aex, Impoteucy, Leucorrlioaa unil all Ktmtale WakliMxnos, Involualary l.omt'n, Hpermiitorrluua caiiiteil tiy over-ext-rtlon of hratu. Sulf abuno, Ovvr-indulKt'iiee. A inoulh'M tratmout, f"r "T mall. Oiiaraiitvij lx bpxM to cure. 1 ... ii urder for 6 luxos, wltli aiii amid wrltten K"arant6 to rufund If not rnrod. Uuar- Isaued only hy I.KHTKK H. UKKKSK. drug- Klst aud sold .. i. 'A Sute Struct, Montpelier, Vt. The Solace of tbe camp, tho oompanion in i ih i:nt m w n t ni tric ii I When tlm wniM ln t old 11ml tlis tm, uii IbeM uiul IHOTi i-- the New Brayton 10 OENT OIQAB. V IMBI f.a lll! I11(UH''. Ask your ilualci for It. It puya lllin t kei i ii. ii. , so, of uonrse, ho doua no. L. BRAYTON & '., umorsomc. Whm 't'l tiKK worn ' hii pnnt two yer 'i iiey'ff paned t brotbet -tohn; Tl'.on mother trimw them witti thaflhearfl, And Willlam pnts them nn. When Wllllam's leRS too InnR have crown The tWBStfl fll to hlle 'cm, 8o Waltor elnlma them for hl own And tlOWI tdmaelf lMld4 'em. Next, SiunV ft le(j they rlose Inveflt. And when they won't stretrh tiirhter They're tiirned and Bhortoned, wnnlied and preRsed, Anil (Ixod on me the wrlter. Ma wnrka them Into riiRt, and rap When 1 have burnt tlie etitehea. At doomday we nhall see pertinps Tho last of dad'a old bn m lieg. K'nm ablcs. THE MONTPELIER GRACKERS Have always borne the repatation of beinsltho " Hest in the Worhl,'' and are ad vertised thtts. Why is it so? It is beeause the old tirin of C. 11. Cross and 0. II. Cross & Son have made them for sixty years. Tho same workmeu have baked them in the Baked in Ovens with Soap-Stone Bottoms, Which keeps them DHOlst, erisp aud tender a great whlle longer than if baked in ovens with iron bottoms. As good erackers cannot be baked on iron as on soap stone. Be sure to call for - MONTPKLIKR CRACK EltS," aud you get the tlnest made.', MANUFACTURKD BY G. H, CROSS & SON, - - - MONTPELIER, VT. .tfakes an every-day convenlence of an old-tlme I'lxury. Pure and vvholesome. Prcpared with scrupulous care. Highest iwarJ at all Pure Food Expositions. Each package makes two large pies. Avoid mitattons -and inslst on having the N:3Nn SUCH hrand. V1ERREI I. & SOULE, Syracuse, N. Y. RESTORED MANUOOD DR MOTT'S Kerveritie P.Us, tV erfii it'tni-ily .r,.-fvuilH,.rn:. Ui l V.llt (ll-.'Alwt ni llie cfiitTiilive oruHiiti nf eith.T nt r otti Uonj K.iiliim ' r hst rf, t' ( : v i:t Tottthfut tTJt xri'nilvp t. - nf TobMCfl 01 i o Oobim ii I1' lnMoHf we giv ;i wri(tfi) BQArHlltva to nW9J Buld ai 91. ii 1'i-r Ixvifi A F BKFOai AN'ti M itiho.id. IniDi l KtrorH, .Mciital w i..iitii, wanm l.ll V: 1 w iih cvtt ft ont 'nrp or rentnd tli. WN r..r t ... DR. MOTT'B (IHEMIOAb 00., fleveland.O. FOR 8AI.K II V Evans A Bryant, - - Waterbury, Vt. JAPANESE SOAP The 1 .1 i.li ii Boap in this market. Kor the I.aumlry, Hath aud Toilet it has no quai, Is made ot thu l'lirest, t'leanest and Beat Materlala known for tnaklng Boap, li noslllvoly cureH and preveuts chapped hands. Woiks eqnallj as wll in hard water. Kor Prluters, Maohiuisls, etc, it has no rival. Ask for KISK'S JAPANB8E .SOAI'. and take uo other. By seuding J0 ,)apauese Wrappers you will receive oue of our new I'ANKI. I'lc TUKKS , Manufactured only by Fisk Manuf acturin Co., Sprinuf ield, Mass. "No, Mr. tillgal," she said kindly. "I am sure I cotild never learn to love you." "Oh, mayhe you eonld," rejoined OilKal cheeriiigly. "Never too old to learn, you know." Little OlrlMy papa has to Ret up awfnl early, so as to get to the oflice and see if Ids clerks is there atteudin to husiness. Little Boy Mj papa don't have to. He's one of the clerks. An old ncrjro preacber dlvided his ser nion into two parts, "Kirst all de things in de text, and second, all de things not in de text, and bredren, we'll wrastle wid do 'eond part fust. Traveling some time since in Swltzer land, a tonrist remarked upon the beauti ful scenery, when a fellow tourist (an old lady) replied, "Yes, but it isapity those mountains hide the view " Mrs Cilly You are a terrible mnn, doc tor. I helicve you think wotnen have uo brains at all. I)r. Sharpen- You are mistaken. tnadam; 1 have seen them at autopsies. Mlss Antiquc This picture won't suit me at. all. 1 was told that you would be sure to pleaM me. Smerc No iloubt I would, inailam, h id you sat for me twcnty years ao "I wrote three letters this moniliig," he said, with tbe air of a man who had ac OOtnplished much. "Ah, Indeed!" responded the young woman. "What were theyf IOI'!" "Is that a nood dog" "I used tothinkso, but I have my doubts now." "Why?" "I've had him a montb aud nobody has tried to steal him." Smith fto his Ktocer) Will you oblii me by oaabltlg this check for $10? (irocer Sorry, Mr. Smith, but I cannot. "No? Then I will obltge you to do so by Invcsting in amild flfteen center. Man thanks. You see there are different mean iiiRs to the word obliKe. Ta ta " "Why did you tell the judge your name was Murder? "So that he wouldn't commit me." "Humphl Why dldn't you tell him your name was (iun?" "What good would that have done?" "He might havedischarged you." "Do you love me very niuch, pet?" "Yes, Indeed. papa; but you're beginniny toneed shavlng just nwfully?" Putting the darllng ohild KentlynfT his lap. the etrong man went out on the back porch, leaned agalnat a pillar, looked de spalrlngly out into the darkneas and wept bltter, sealding tears. He had spent six of the bardeat weeks of his life cultivatinij tbat llrst OrOp of whiskers. First Oflice Boy Did you ask de boss ter get off this afternoon? Second Oflice Boy Not much. You don't oateta me maktng no such break as I dat. I Kirst Oflice Bov Why, what's de mat ter? Seeond Oflice Boy Didn't yer see de big package of c lothing dat came for his wife from the dry good.s store? Stolen fruits, it would scem. are not al ways the sweetest. Little Johnnie hap pened to tlnd the pantry dHr open, and, as no one was looking, be helpcd hiniself to the first tbing he could lay his hands on. When his father came honie and heard about it he said: "My boy, did you likethe pie you stole?" "No, dad," replied Johnnie, "I heard ma OOming, and so 1 bad to gobble it up in a hurry " They had been watchintf for some time theetowlngof frelght into the capacious hull of a lake steamer when, rather nnex- pectedly, opcratious ceased and the boat pulled out . "What's tbat boat King off for?" in quired tbe lady. "Possibly," rcsM)iided the man abstract elly, "beoauie it is loaded." The lady looked around for a dray piu to hit him with, but there was none. and tbe rlver flowed silently ou. Aent I have here, madam, one of the greatest inveiu ions of tbe century. It is known as tbe everlasting luspender. By the aid of this marvcloiis invenlion uobut tons are requtred. Think. madam, of never having to iew a batton on your nns- band's t rouscrs. Lady "f the Ilouse I don't think that would do. Agent Comlder, madam; refleot Lady I tell you I don't want it. If 1 didn't MW on abutton for my husband oc oasionally how on earth would l everget blm to buy me a new gown? Pompey is a bright negro Imy, employeil to do liKht work and run crraiuls in a boarding house. He has h'arned a good many thinus in the course of his elgbl years of life. but the art of reading a clock face is not as yet completely under hiscon trol. The expedients to which he resorts to conceal his iguorance on this and other poiuts are many niul amusing. "What time is it, Pompf" asked a young man, into whose rOOID tbe boy bad brouiilit a bodfal of ooal, and who had not yet got out, of bad. Pompey studied the clock face anxiously for some sei onds, and then said. in an in gratiatlng tonei "It's one o' dem times dat 1 can' jes per cisely mak' out what time it am, Mist' Wilkins, sah. But one ob de hands is piutin todesyotl, sah, an de udder is piutin riht todes me, sah, an 1 reckon you know 'zackly what time dat am" Montpelier & Wells River R. R. "IHE ALUMINIUM LINE." Tinir Tablp, ln effert Ort. 1, tM Tralnii IflHTin Monlpl1er run aa fi)llowi: H J MAI1,, MMlDMtl at Welll X I H 0 m W?M with n.tiiM firjrt Ii nnd Dt I tvJ 11 llli '"Jtli on rMisinriMit' H, H, Wl I W Hl llll Also f((r H .,Ilti i tht W'tilte MniintHina, hikI wltta niHll aiifl HXprnnn trainn for riyinntitti, Concord and Hot ton. m i f BXPRKBSs Oooneeti at ll II 11 ITl Welln Kivrr with fxprH'H aud II II. III. noiil tfmlni for m. JohDl- I I W I tmry. Nt'wport anl MontMMtL AIho wltli Hiprt'in traln for IMyiuntith, fJonoOfd anrl liot ton, and mall traln uorth for n-inii l.lttleton, W)ilt?tleld. Fahyan'n, I.ancantnr ana irovntoii. m m a . AOGOM MODATION, Con- i i llll n rti 1 ,f u' 1 Kw-r wtt UaalH . . nnfHB trnln for M. lohnnlmr TI1W pi llll H,1( N.-wp.irt. AUowltbiralii for Kiver lunctton and way Ktatlonn, and with ao roinntodatloti traln for atl polnta btween Woodivtll and (Ancanter. BARRE TRAINS. lve Mnntpelier for llnrre nt Itf) A-M.illM A, .,9:M A. M., II : A. M.. I : M f. 1. J" P.M...V11 P. M., H:.1'l r. M., :, y. M. Mve Hnrre fur MofitMUtf at 7:MIA. M..:l A. m.. ni: ma. m., Ili4 r. fe..liN r. ..: p. m.,:iN P. M 7:00 r. M., r. M. W. A. BTOWSLt, t!ener,l Uanager. V. W. MOHSK. imeral 'amenner Avent. Central Vermont Railroad. Cominenclng Ort, 'J. Iraiiw Oninft Sonlh otul Knni will Lcane Mont pelier as follo'nn : 0: OO A. M KAIL, tOI l Itohbttrff, Muaton, Surlng fleld, New Londou and New York. 18: SO I'. M. KA81 TKAIN, foi Bostoa ?la Low. ell and New York vta SprlnKtleld. ItftO I'. 1 . VIXhD.for Nortlilleld aud Roxbury, 5:An P. M. PA88KNOKH, tor White Klroi .lunetlon and Wludtor. 1 -.40 A. M. KXI'KEHH, for llonton Tla Lowell aod all polntH ln New Euirland. New York and Soutb. Trains (ioinq North aml H'ett : 2:150 A. M. KXI'KISSS. for Montreal, OffdeSS. buru and the WeMt. 6?8 A.M. ACOOMBCODATtON, to St. AJbani, Burlington and Kutland, Troy and New York. 10.00 A. M. PASSKNQKH. for llurllnKton, St. AllmuK, Klehforrt, liouae'n Point and St. Johns. raak connectlona for Troy. Albany and New York. 8:80 P. M. PASSltNOfcB, ir BorUnfton, st Albaim, Montreal. ogdeimlmrK and the West. 5:8ft r. M. KA.ST Itxnucae, Pullman Sleej. lllK far to Chleago. Thruugb tleken to rhieago and all poiuts Wet for sale tne prlnclpal itatlous. Suburhan Traln Servlce. Leave Montpelier at H lM.7tW, :l, 10 U, II :W am. . 2:w, :. tm. SlMi !: r. M. Arrlve at Barre twentv Hve nlnuteH after leavlug tlaie. Leave Barre at 11:46,7, s :.: A. M., UtOO, t :15. It0b,4iw, 7 :'si. 11 :imi, p. m. Arrive at Montpelier, Iwenty-tlve niinntea after leavlng time. TrainH leave for Willlauiatown at 111:16 A. M . aud 4:lUP. M. peuji Sundays Ineluded. t Sundays only. All patsSngei intlna will itop at the I'loneer Workl to IHke or leave partseugerK when - u.tlled. K. W. TIIO.MPSON, Agent. K. W. BALDW1K, Oeneral Siiperipteiident. S. W. OCM MINO.S, Oeneral l'anaeuger Ageut. QOOD Looks. Good looks are more thu skiu deep, depending upon a healthy oondltion of all vi'.al organs. If the liver is inaotlve you may have a bilious look, if your stomach be dis orderod you havo a dvspcptie look, and if your kidneys be nlllieted you have a pioohed look. Securo go l "health aud you will have go 1 looks. Klectrie llit ters is the great alterative aud touic, BOtl directly on these vital orgBns. Cum piiuplee, hlotches, boils and trives a good complexion. Sold at C. li akoly's drug store at lifty ceuts per bottle. xtQ'i )otices. Ll ;KK LAWKJiNCE'S KsiATE C( M M IhM N EUS' NOTICE. The Ukdenlfnwli IniviiiK '- uppolnted hy tha Honorahk Prowftt t'ourt COT the Inmrift ot aeh iriKton CommlMtOUWi to r . examlnv aud adjust all olatnct aud di'rtuti' - of alt pentnus aKalnst tho i'-' of 1-iiku Lawrein'e, lato of Worcester ln satd DWtrh-t, rietreaaed, and all clairus ex hlhltud ln OffMt ihervio, herohy lve nottue that wo will ineet for the purpoies aforeHald at the realdence of Ueorgf W. I'unhain. ln the town ot Woreeuer, ln - t: i Plittrlet, on the J1 day of .lauuary l8W aud Hd dav Of May. UN, noxt. frtun one o'Oloek v. M. until tour o'ekMSk l'. M ., each ot said dayti, and that six monthn from the Md day ot November, A. D. isin.', ht the time hmited by ratd Court tor aald Tedltorg to present their OlAltDI to tis tor ex atnlniitlon aml alltiwauce. Dated at Won unter, this -Tt li day of November, A. 0,1802. CHAI NCKY 1H NT. rjamntnliuiaM LKWIh A HABR1S1 B8TATB. UOMJdlHB iON KR8' NOTIOK. The underslnm'd. having bfen appoiuted by (hfj Hoiiorable 1'ioUaie I'ourt EOf the lnstiict of ash UMtOtti t'otninlitrjioner!, to receive, exaimne aud ad jliat all rlalliiH and deluaudH ot nll peraun ftgtdntl the estiite of Lewis A. llarrii, late ot Plainfield, lu aald Di.ttrlet, tleceaaed, uml all i-ialma exbllnted in otfset tliereto, hereby Kve uotice tliat we wtll tneet, lor the purpoa'H aforeHald, at the dweaintf house of Ntllard llarria, in the towu ot Plainfield in aaid lnatrlct, ou the :(d day ot .lauuary and td day of May next. trum oue o'clocic P. M. until tour 0OlO0k V. M ., eacli of aald daya. aud that aix luontlia from the IMh day of November. A. D. la the time iimiteti by sahK fvirt ror aaio ereditora to pre&ent their claltna to ua tor exainiuation anu alluwance. hiited at Plainlleld. thia ttd day of Novetnber, W-ti U.QtUMUy I'KKKY, , commiasionerr Cl KOBOE W, t-KlFFI 1H KSTATE J saifcor' VEKAIONT, aahttiKton Uiatrlct, 81. ln I'robate C'ourt, held at Montpelier, in aald Uia trict, ou the '-'tith day of ISovember, A. L. 1.': Charlea K. .louea, Adminlatrator of the eatate f Ueortee W. tirittltn, late of l'aytou, ln aald Diatiict, deceed. preaeuta iiia aduiiniHtratiun aecouut tor ex aiutuailon Mtid ailowauce, aml makes applieatiou for a deeri e wt uiatrlbution aud partiitou of the eatate of said deceaaed. hereupou, u ta ur dered by aald Court that aald accouut aud aald appln Mtion be reierred to a seaaion thereof, to bt) heid at the I'robate UfflVe. in aald Montpelier, on tbe 17th day of Uecember, A. ii. LlMf, torlieariuK aud de clatoii tnereon : And.it is turtiier ordered, that no tice hereot be K'ven to all persona mteroateU bf publlcatlun of the same thren ueeka aueceaaively 1d ihe Vermont WuUcfwnan & Aiute Journat. newapaper publlahed at Montpelier, previoua to aald time ap poiuted for heariiiK.that they may appear at aaid time aud place, and abow cauae, ii any they may have, whjr aard aooount ahouid not be ail'iwed aud aueh decree made. Hy the Lourt. Aiteat, .ii W HlKAM tAKl.tTO.N, Judjfe. MAKIA M. (ilLM.l.N's KSTATV. M a i i ' i i k i' - r. .(.!.,-"! idatrlct.tl. ln I'robate Court. beld at Montpelier, tn aald Uia trlct, on the MthCWr ot NovembtT. A.l). UM1 .1. 11. tittOla. Admlnlatratr tf the eatate of Marla M tiiimau, late ot MuiitpeiU'r. in sntid Dle-trict.deeeam-il, pre.-enta his ulmiiilntratlou accouut tor examiuaiiou aud allowance. aud makes appliea tiou lor a deeree ot diatnbutimi aim partitum ut the eatate ot aald dt-ct aaed. W ht-reupoii. it la ordered by aaid t'uurt that said MOOUnt aml said applieatiou be referred toa eaiou tbere.ii.tube lieldai ihe i'robate ttUice, tnoald Montpelier, tm tbe IMh day ol Docem ber. A. U. IHW, lor iiearuiK and deeiaidt thereou; Aud, it ia turther oidert d, tliat notice hereot be Kiveu to all poreoUI iitteri-sted. by PttbllOavtlOtl "1 tlie adiue thref ueeaa ucceaiveiy Ui lle KfTfWOHl i alclnnan d State Jotirmtl, a newspaper pubiisheU at Moni pallori PVOVloua to aaul time appwinted ltr heanug, iliat tliey may appear at aaul time aud place, aud show cause. U an Ihn ma iiave. u by saiu accouut khould not be ahowed MM aucb decree made. H tne Lourt. - Atteat. 20-J-J HllwVM LAKLl!.T(.N1 Jlld(. LtKI JUSLVM'M LSIA I L. M A l h. of V EBliON 1 . VNashuiKton lMatnct. . lu I'r.batet ourt. heldat Montpfiier.iuaud tor aald ptatrtot, ou thc 'th day ot Noveinlier, A. 1- IfXi: ileorit I. Jofclyn, Adminlatrator of the eatate of I.uke JoMyn, late ot VS aterbuiy, ln aaid lhairict.de ceaaed, makea applieatiou to saul UOUtt with.the couaent aud approtiation in wntiiiK td the heira of aaid daMiiM, reaidliik ln wte it Vermont, for liceuae to aell ali of the reai eatate wf aald d etaaed. aituated in Waterbury, m aaid lnatrn t.to wit : Aliout ulne arrea of laud, with bam thertou, repre aeutiiiK that the aaie thureof would be lioneiiciai to the heira ol aaid deceaaed. aud thoae intereateu in hia eatate, ln order to eomert aald real eataie luto inouey. W hereupou it isoidereu oy aald t. ourt that aald applieatiou oe reterred to a seaaiou ihereot, to be bt-id at tue 1'rolwte ottb e. in aaid Montpelier, ou the IMbdajut lecetuber, A. ft. llW. f Of Leariuk aud decuioi. tuereou, aud, it ia turther ordered, that all peraona iutreated be notitled hereot, by pvbllcatlou ot uottOe Of aaid appiuattou and order thereou three weok autxeaantiy m the irrmurij Hatctt'nan & .Statt Jvurnai, a uewapaper publlahed at Montpelier, lu thu ataie, aud wuieti cireulatea m the neiKhborliood ot thoae uuereated, betoie aald time ot heariiig, that they may appear at aaiu time aud place, aud, if tbe) aee cauae, ooject thereto. tSf the Lourt.-Atteat, Va IIIHAM LAHLETttN. Judkte. RICHAKU BAIIaKY'S Kvl AiK. tTA rsOl V KHMUS li Waahiuntou Ihatrlct. M. ln I'robate Court. heldat Montpelier, lu aud for aaid lHatrict, ou tneJbtu uay ol Noveiutoer.A. 1. If-. i'harlea A Hailey. Adminlatratur ol tbe euie of Hlchaid liailey, late ol tterllOi lu aaid Uutrlet, deceaaed. inakea applieatiou lo ald Coun. with the conaellt aud appiol.attou lu wrillUK tlio heira of aaid deceaaed teaidina In tbe itate ot er mont, lor lleeiiae toaell ali ol tlie real eatate ot aald deceaaed. aituated lu llertiu. ln aaid IMatrict, lo Wi Hooie place, re preaentliiK that tbe aaie ihereoi would be beni licial the heira ol aaid deceaaed, aud thoae lutereated i his eatate, in order lo converi aaid real estate iuto luouey. Whereupon, li ia ordred by said Court tbat aald applieatiou be reteried lo a aeaalou thereof. to be heid ai tbe I'robate orBce. lu aaid Montpeli. t. on the IMh day ot Ueeeiuber, A. I. iWi, lor hearuiK decialou thereou; rUiU, it Is turther ordered, that all peraona intereaieu be uotilted hereot by publicatiou ot uotle ot aaiu appllcauou and order thereou tnree weeka auceee alvely lu the Vermont Htitchman Htate jout nat, uewspaper publlshed at Montpelier, in this rind wlnch cireulatea in the iiuiKhboruood of thoae lutereated. belore aaid tvuie ot hearuig. that they may appear at aald time place. aud, If they sea cauae. ublect thereto by the Court. Attest, m iilKAM LAKLEToN, JudB