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VEiniOPsT WATCHMAN & STATK JOITRNAL, WEDNKShAY. DECFMBER 14. 1892. 3 Cfec gouscjjoiu. Contributlotu to Ihil (leirtmeiit my I" NSI Ither to Dn. T. II. HOMIJr, Newport, Vt., or ll rtlT to Thr Watciimaw 1'tmLirmiini Compaky. Wliirli seanon is llM bent'.' Sweet sprlnj; Ol all is lileHt ; For when alie OOIBM with all lior happy ttttn Ol baturonpt ftnd dtflodlli, Aml vlolets, hosiile tlin rilln, Ati' then tlio ray old earth is iilail URnln. Which neason 1m tho bMtf Wlien snininnr is our Riiest, Roses lilooni, aml lterrien ripcn dOWH the lane : Aml the tnont'rs. 10 a row, I.uy sweet-seeiiteil RrassHH low, Aml tlie loOUlt singsH wild atnl K'ad rpfrnin. Which seasnn is the bfiHt'.' Witli autuiim OMDM a fuant OB TliankxuivliiK tla.v, witli pies aml cran berry nauce; W licn Ottl nnclcs, aunts aml cotisins, Frieniis aml neighhnrM liy the dOMBl I'ome to eat, reganlless all of natnre's lawi. Which scason 1h tlie best? Cold winter liringH a rcst From our toil at sowinj, renpiii";. Garners tallj Aml our cou nt ry boys and girls Go a-i oastinR on the hills; And tlii-.v iboUt we sliout, "We like old Winter best of all." Ma6e( V. Muswi lL, in Uainc Farmcr. bbfrtisemcnts. A. D. FARWELL OFFirns SPECIAL BARGAINS A W'oril Aliout (Jliristmas (Jifts. J'RAlTKAL HITOOKSTIONH FOK THR MA.NUKAC Tt'RK 09 PBKT1Y ANI) t'SKFUL nmMii Whst to do for Christmas, is the ;iroblcm that will i-oorj be fllllng tlie niintls of womeii, and thi-i problcm will nquire spetdy toluUon if oue wisfies to enjoy to the utiuost the holiday scason. Tlu re is nothing more tireBome thau to be obliged nt the laot ininute to rush arouud and buy oue's gifts, spending more than one rati well afford, when by the exereise of a little forethought, moncy and strength can be saved. Begin in liiue; plan your work; look over your materials iu hand; buy judi ciously, and theu go to work and make bags, for they never come aniis. No maUer how many oue has, anew one is always acceptablc. Oue pretty bag, a suiiable preseut for a child or its mother, is to be used for hKndkerehiefs and is ruade as f'ol Iowk Cut two round pieces of paste board about seven iuches in diarueter and cut wadding the exact size, using iwo layers for the inside of the bag. Upou the wadding spriukle sachet powder. Then lay the disks of wad d'ui'i upon one ol i!ie pieces of paste board and hold tliera iu place by eov ering the circle wiih chte9e-clotb. Cover the other circle with palepink eatin, of which the bag is niiide. This piuk satin is very delicatc-looking when the white roses (proeured al a milliuerV) eucircle il. The slrip (just long enough to go arouud the circle) is tuintd over at the top to forru a hem, at the lower edge of which a casing should be ninde by siitch ing the hem arouud twice on the ma chii.e, using pale pink scwing silk. In the cai-inL' jut two white silk cords to draw up the bag. Then sew the strip to the lower pasteboard used for the bottom and afterward insert the scented ciicle, catching it in place wiih invis ible stitches. Turning it right side out agaiu, calch the rosts all arouud the base of the bag, and the bag is doue. 1 don'i think any of my readers have a lady friend who would not be pleased to receive one of ihese dainty handkerchiel bags. Cut a round piece of wood six inches iu diameter and cover oue side with a piece of coarse hnen, iu the ceuter of which embroider a mouoL'rani or Inltial in satin stitcb, with yellow t-ilk; the back of the board is ueatly covered with the same as other material. Arouud one-half of the board, formiug a semi circlc, are a number of small brass screw hooks about an inch apart, from which h small bags, each four by five iuchts and prettily worked iu odd letters with yellow silk, white thread, linen thread, colored thread, silk twist, pearl buttons, hooks aud eyes or any thing you desire. In each bag put a drawing cord of sik. Hang the board by a large brass ring, hidden under a huge bow of yellow ribhon at the top. TheBe bags are very convenit nl, aud may be made of almost auy material. 1" or a fanbag purchase one yard and a balf of No. 0 ribbon. Cut this in two and join lengthwise by a double row of small brass rings covered with embroidery silk the color of the ribbon. A single row of these rings borders each of the iuner edges lo within two iuches of the ends of the ribbon which are to be frintred. This is doubled iu the ceuter and the sidesjoincd. Kib bons are run through the riugs at tlie top from either side, leaving them long enough to slip over the artu. Serviceable and pretiy little workbags are ruade by usiug for a fouudation one of the small oblong baskets about four by Bix incbeB to be found at almost any shon where Japanese goods are kept. For the upper part of the bag procure twoyards of dark yellow ribbou, No. 9, and ten yards of the same color a few shades lighter. Then cut thcse in twelve strips of cqual length and join all togelher. After they are all joined a hem two and one-half iuches deep is turned and liuished with two rows of stitching oue inch apart. The other edge is fiuished with a very nar row hem and fastened to the basket with invisible stitches. Hibb' m run through the caing tluish the bag. Another pretty bag is made of two pieces of chamois, each Ilv) by six iuches, Which are priuted arouud lliu edyei with dover blossoms und leaves. The dcsigns on the two pieces should be similar, but not eXMtljP the same. A piece of india or cbiiri si'k, matcning the gret n of the dover leaf, four iDohei wide and one yard lolig, is gathcreil aud conntcts the two pitces of chamois a!oug the sides aud across the bottom as a puff. A straight piece of silk six inches deep and the Width of the hag is sewed to the bag. A hem two loODM dee is turued with two iows of stitch ing for the ribbons which are green, malching the silk. kkk roi'BTH 0OMI1I1M Dbcrti jemcitts. IN Overcoats and Ulsters A new Idi of ur and $10 Coats just received. Boys' Ul stew from $4 up. Children's Suits, $1.00, $2.00 and $2.5 and upwards. Trunks, liags, Snioking Jackets, etc. Furs! Furs! The iimst oomplete line we have evcr shown. The liest $10 Ja. Sleigh Robfl you ever saw. Very Large Mink Circulara for the ladies, and Mink lined Coats for men. Bottom inices on all these goods tow. Cash paid for ravv furs. tU POPULAR UBSTITUTE FOR LARD. A. D. FARWELL A Nnto nf Warninir ' n i.uiu ui iiuiiiiiii TO THE PUBLIC. As a matter of jnstii-o to oursdves and to the rputation of l)r. I.eslie E. Keeley's Double Cblorido of Gold Remedies for th oure of tlie LlqUOr, Opiiim, Morphiue and Tobaceo Diseases, and Nuurasthenia, we warn tlie publtG that these remeilies aro useil by no iustitutiou or sanitariiuu in the 1'nited States, except tlioso establisbed by our conipany under tlie unifonn name of " The Kf.f.ley l nstitutk." All otuers elaiuiing to use our reuiedies are framls aml impostors. We have uow sixty Keeley Institutes es talilisbed in various parts of tlie 1'nited States. where tlie Keeley Treattnent is ad ministered, and tlie Keeley reuiedies sold. We, however, MUtion all to examine well and know that tbey are dealing with OBNUINE REPKESKNTATIVES, autliorizftd by us, liefore laking treatuient or purohMlng remedies. Thu frandalent estalilislunents use the name of "Bl-Ohlorlde of Gold" or similar titlefl. The uewspapers do uot discriminate ufficieDtty to kuow that they are imitators, and so pnt dOWtl all aCOidenU occurring at suidi establlihmentfl as beliin brought about by the Keeley Treatiuent. Tliis a luatter of mneh ooncnrn to us, and heuce this warn lng. Hespectfully yours, The Leslie E. Keeley Co. KyTheonly Keeley Justitute in Ver mont is loeated at Montpelier. THE .NEW YOHK TRIBUNE. 1808. Greatest of Republican Newspapers, Natiuiml in Ita AJmi anl Devotod to the Wf-ilr ol' the Mhhncn ol' the AmsriOAD eile. TlIK N'KW tliK TuilU NK conct'deH thu k'Ctioi) (iri'ver C'levelHtid, htit proinlM dfft'iid tlie Iteiiuhllcitli pnlicy ou RllUUlOt Uixl i'rutertluii, with all the ahility it t-Mii (Mininittil. It w;iH the oUoontODt of the fHrtiifrrt whh-h caiint'il the DftmoOTAtlC vieturles of two yeurs ugu. Tlll WllILT TninrNK. Hflrfreaimg tt.-oll direetly to them for the past twn yetir.-. DM OMTiod on a eatn- Mign pi ciucuuion ror tneix Mneuti utnott nnpu alleleil in Ainerh an JoiirnalUin; aml the retiult coupled with WliltehiW Kehl'n prevlnus nruat servlce to fHrmern. has heeu secii lu the fact that aKrh-ul-tural coiiimuuitiPH havt' hIihhI fnithful to the Ke uuhllcati party, in a eointaiKn in whleh, in uthrr localltlea, the party went eoinpletely to pleees. This year. the lieiiiocratii- leatlera ehaiiKeil ihelr tactien and exeited dUeontent amun wurkingtnen. They polnted to the hi-her prin-K l fiirm produets, and KrtKured the worklnmen of Nortlwrn eitles that the Hritih taritf ytem. that it to nay, leHened protec tlon to Atnerlean Karming and IndtiHtryj would lower kb priees of OOO and mantifaetured prodin-tn. aud the prolitH of " mouopollHt- In this eountry, while at the hame tiuie maiiitaliiiiig the wagen of lahor, thune wawen holi. now the hiliett cvor knowu in the Vuitrd Staten. Hy faUe preteune, de reption. aud a p mderiun to the lOWOffl pasaiotiH of uniiiformed men in lare eities, thev have earrled the eountry and elected a J)euueralii- Preildcnt and CoDgroi ikk TRiBDiri eonfldently await the ratalt Not for one tuotneut. howev-r, will TH K Titi itt'NK ield oue lueh of Krouml lu the hattle for Aiuerlcan poJUoiei Koswell Q, llorr'H .-m i arth-lea hIU he auioiiK the feutiiret) of Thr Tuiiit'NK, theeomliiK year. Men of rvi-ry politUal talth aie iuvited to read them. They will tate the It' putdieuii view with frunkuefig, point out the prohable eonnequunreii of a ehamte lu the tarlff poliey of the eountry, aud evudf im iHDiie, and OOnOMU no fat-t, tiearing upou the nuhjects dls runfled. Thl thorotiKli treittmeut of fuudutuentAl prlnelplew will aid every readur lo a hetter under tttandiuf of profound aud iiupurtant liiiuei. A pae a week will he devuted duriiig lniiS, to war storles and uews of IntereMt to Tidon veterana. Old Koldiertt, who have tOfM ejtperlei ee to tell, which haa not heeu priuted. are anked to send the itory tu The Tuiui nk for ptihlieation. FarinltiK has now beeouie sueli an eiiortnoua tuter eat lu the I'uiteil BtetMi that there in an liuperutive necenalty lur inakiitK mure of a npeetally of the hiinineiiH interentn of the Kanuern of the eountry at lurue. J'lans have beeu foruied whteh ouifht to nuake The Shm i W kkk i. v aud Tiie Wkkki.v Tui m ne ahnolutely iiidldptmiuhle to every tiller of tlie aotl durlnK lHrt.1. A larice ninuher ef entertaiuliifc featuren of eneral intereit will alno appear. " How to8ueeed lu l.ife," " VlllaKe Iinproveuieut," Hrerlal articlen hy hrllllaut men and wouien of liili reputatlon, t hesa and Cheekers. aud a humlred other thtiiKH whleh eaiinot he rerited iu n hrtrf proipeetun, will appear ou the TltllU'NKV pat(ei durlnK 13. The paper will have leai politie and more of the thotnutnd aud one thiuK whieh refri'h the mind, entertnln the tm auination, atul nuhle the reader in the proseeutlon of hir buaiueaa aud hocUI llfe. The TimtrNE Mkl for reporta ..- totheopera tioim of VlllaKe I injiroveiueut Soeleth t, from thuHe who are aequaiuteif with thelr ujieratloiia. An llluxtrated (-alaloeue of excellent preiuiuini will he netit free ou applieatlon. The semi Wkkki.Yih purtleularly comiuendi'd lo the attentiou ol m rul leadera. It K'ven mure of the keeu. inelnlve edltorhUti hook revlewfi, forelKU lettt-r and other valuahle featurea of Th e Thi iu'n e, than there Ik rootn for In the Wekki.V. The lartfe M nd browl oolumiif 't Tiie TMIBUKI make lt th' eanienl pOMT rt-ud. To all w ho nuliHi rlhe duriUK IMI for one year, the HNI ill DO feut free for the hulauee of thli year. Snmple eopleH free. W'EEKl.V, I.IMJ: HEM1 WEEKI.Y, $2M'. rrUodl ol Aitrieulture, IndiiNtry aud the Hepnh Itean party, are InvlUd to umke upe1ula for thia naper lu thelr localllleH. There are four year of Irial, ol u. -w eprliuetit, o dUi-uitainu of Krent uat ional topiea. and of ohHervathm of the effucU of Oeiuoiratlc HLipieinaey ln-fore th eouutry. THE TKIItl NK will lead in the prenentatlnu if the Ite puhlleau view. The frleudi of the npleudid record ol th Heiuihlican party ean aid iu tlie llual irluinph oi It. puhliean nrineiplea hy m-uiuk that the people read the Kemiulh'au nlde of the atorr. THI I HIHUNK, NlCW YoHK. Stil! nnoilier lovcly bag ia niatie tf two slmdeR of Nf. "2 old rosc Rutin ribbon, ono uu two tlurds of a ynrd of each be inj; uaed. Th ribboriH nre cut inio RtripR of ten inchtB and overHcwed lo gether, alternating tbe llght aud the daik. A bottom of the bag ia made by OOVtrlng a rournl piece of pMtoboftfd with wadtling spiinkled wilb fmchet pOWdeft and UMD coverintr both aidtB wiih gold llllti The ribbon h nnr rowly batDDlcd on one fide and sewid to the paBtebttard. Tiie top is hemmed and bns a wide mflld of soft lace and draw strin8 of narrow ribbou. f7f?r trutle Willett. Sold by (irocers IZverywht re. Made only by N.K. FAIRBANK & CO. CHICAGO, ILL., anU 224 State Street, 1505TON. 181)3. Harper's Weekly. ILLUSTRATKD. HARi'EK's AVekki.y ih acknowledKed as ntamlluK tlrnt amouK illuHtrated weekly periodlealn tu Amer Ich. It oreuples a plaee het WMfl that of the luirried dally papt-r aud that of the lesn tlmely inonthly tnaKar.lne. It iBOlttdM DOth literature atid newa. and jiresents with eqtial foree aud felidty the rcal evfnta of eurretit hintory und thi lmKhiatlve themen of flutlun. On account of its very coinple to sertes of iilustratiotin of the World'a Fair, it will h uot only the hest xuide to tlie frreat Kxposltlou, hut also Its hest souvenlr. Kvery puhlle event of 1 cral IntoTMl will he fully lUQfltTStOd in Its paKes. Its rrntrihiitious heltiKfroin the best wrlters and artistH iu this eountry, it will coutinue toexeel lu literature, news, aud lllu.strathuis. all uther puhlira tions of its elass. HARPER'3 PERIODICILS. Per Year: BABPJBB'I MAQAZINB 00 BABPBR'8 WKSKLY 00 UABPJtE8 BAZAB 4 00 HABPER'B FOUNG PEOPLE 2m I'oitaye Free to all niii-srribers Cwtadat nnd Ste.iico. 1 the I'uitetl Sttttes, The Voluines o the WBKKLY heKhi with the rirst Ntiuiher for ,latiuaryof each year. When tio tluie lu mentioned. lUbiOriptlODt vtill heln with the Number eurnmt at the time of rec Ipt of order. Boundj Voluines of BARPBti'l Wkkki.V forthrt-e yenrs hack, in neat eloth blndiOHi M'" he st'iit hy inail. DOttftfft paid, or hy ftxpres, free of expense (provided the Trniht doen not exc. ed on dollar per volume), for 7 Ui per voluine. Olotfa Cusef for MOll volume, nuitahle for hindlii(r. will be sent hy inail. p'Ht pald, 011 reeelpt of j?l 1)0 each. i;eu.ittatiees Ihoud 00 made by Poit ofllee Money Order or Oraft.to avold ehanci; of io8. .Vrtrsjiupfi s ure not to CQPV this wtverttsement irith out the ejprets ot tler of H A KP Kit A BEOTBBBi. Address: RARPBRA BBOTHBR8, NBW Youk. Corticelli Crochet Silk. This Ih the naiueof the Silk QMd for the Ih-m of those V ttahuble CrucheUxl ScarlH W hicll are now ho faah- loMHhli'. An estnb- reputntlon or inoreimin - vih. goofl with this hrnnd. Tln- nartlcii- lar n'HlureM nitCot-or.KiillM'-a iireuml Kult WelgbuTlio proper sl.e fortlieS. urli in No. 300. lilii'enee lluine 1 - Needle- fvork"ror m&&awi in now - -r- adv. It tell you all noiit Irisb Uu'o, ScwlnB, t'rhewd Bowrft (4 new ntyleftt, IUIUi, Oartera, liuwui(-iiterieH aud other KuwlnatiiiK l aiieywoi k KaK Wi pn,, 160 11 lutra'ns. Thin Imok will U multel 011 reei ipt tif 6e NONCTI''K SIKK CO., I orenee, Murnt. RESTORED MANHOOD DR MOTT'B Merveriue Pillst Oif urea' rtmtdy t r i rvoiiH j.ro--tmtloa an ' -H lu 1 VOQI diHHM nt 1 iu- mnorstlTo rtnoitt of eiiluT m x ,011(1 n NVrv (1UI P onU Uoo. III. 11 II -I iiinmi nEFORR AND AF F.k - .NO Mnuhnod, Iinpott-iu'T, N . 1 ' ' v EmiKMiihs, ToOl Krrorn, N't'iital worffi xeeiisive Ul of '.'oha-' IMiliim, WIUOB ! V, ilb every 5 ord ctire nt ttfnnd th boxea for : U0. DR. MOTT'B OHEUIOAL 00., Cleveland.O. FOR ALS BT Evans Sl Bryant,- - Waterbury, Vt. Cmisuim pl in a imi liiMiuiity. - vrt- give wriucii xuai Hiitft- to nontj. Sold at 91. U per hoxt 6 DOWNS' ELIXIR N. H. DOWNS VEQETABLE BALSAMIO ELIXIR 5 EJai itood the teil lor flfty-nin yeart und iin proved HmU tht bt-st renady known tot Uie ours of Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, and all Lung Diseases iu youns or ui. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Prioe, S6o BOo., 1.00 poi bottle. niHlT,J0n30H 1 LOSS, Piopi., Burllstoa,Tt DOWNS' ELIXIR Tbt M11U. To cny that " tnlile niats are no longer iist'd 011 the BlBOtMSblt " is rather a sweopini; asscrliou , as tht y have been (liseankd only by tbose who are not oblijied lo exeicioo econoniy, and nolh injt is buiislituttd for them. When umd, make thmi of dainty linen, or crochet tliera of linen or colion thread. They save the table fioiu the uiisihtlv white niaiks producid npon it by hot dishes. In arraiiKint; tbe table for a 01 n iiionious raea), nso a ceuter piece of bandsoraely enibroidercd filk or linen, on which plnce a vase of 11 iwers, a growing plant, or a dish of fruil. Table-clotbs are almost universally usid, and they must !e One, white and bandgorac. Occasionally, a hijjhly polished tahle may be eet for lucbeon or lca, with only rnats; but il II the exception rather than the rule. Bhell Penwlper. (Jet two pretty clam shells, mussel sbells or scallop shells, and paint them in gold bronze, or simply clean with a little weak acid, and leave in their nat- tural colort, which is raore effective still. Make a Uhingof leaves of pinkcd flaonel, broadcloth, chamois skiu or kid (tbe bottom8 of old gloves are good); di ill a sraall hole in each of the ohells and fasten down through shells and leaves with a fine wire or Bilk cord. Tie in a handsome bow of ribbon. This, too, can be made a souvenir gifl, and whisper perhaps of dayi Bpent by the sad sea waves lasl suramer, espe cially if the maker of this be an artist skilllul wiih her brushes, when the lifted shell can disclose on its sniooth inuer surface some pretty little marine vii w. To Color Frosling. Dld you ever wish to color frosting or cake a lovely pink and have nothin;? at hand with which to do it? Next time try beet juico. Cut a blood turnip beet iu thin s.ices, boil in a very little water and use the liquid thus obiained. If you would like to have soiue always reudy for use, lake more beets and a little more water, but do not boil too long or the color will be ruined. To a cupful of the lkjuid add a cupful of yr.niulated sugar, boil twenty minutes and bottle, or you may add a small quanttty of gelatine and put in jelly tumblere. The syrup is quite as con veuieut to use. Honiehold Hints. A few drops of turpentine in st.ive blackuiii, just before using, will im prove the polish an 1 prevent ruttiog. A GOOD way to give a sweat is to wr.ip a wet cloth round hot tlat-irons (not hot enough to scorcb), then a dry one, aud place them round the patient. Now that whooping-cough is going the rouuds, castor oil, simmercd in mo'.asses, is a gooil remedy. One part castor oil aiid and two parts molas-e-, takiug a spoouful occasionally. L'sefiil Sugireslious. A scant cup of butter will often make a lighter cake thau a full cup. It is better to keep baked pastry in a cupboard rather than in a rt frigeralor, as it would be apt to get damp and heavy in the lattcr place. To keep jidlies fro.n moulding, cover them over with pulverized sugar to the depth of aquarler of an inch. Thiy will keep for years if this is doue. CHINA may be mended so strong that iL will never break again in the same place. Make a thick solution of gum arabic and water, and stir iu some plaHter of Paris unlil the paste is very thick; apply it with a brush to the edges of the broken chioa and set them carelully togethrr, tie a string arouud lliem and set away for three days. To keep a bigh silk hat in fine con dition, use a pad ma le of velvet or worsted plush, mteud of a brush for brusbing it, BmoothlDg it over with a Bolt silk baDdkerobier fnquently. If any rough spots ajipear in the nap, ap ply a 11 itiron (not too hot) and smooth them over, then use the pad and silk handkerchief. Good HoUBtkttping. CATARBB in the bead is undoubledly a disease of the blood, and as such only a leliable blood puritler can effect a perlect cure. Ilood's Sarsaparilla is the best blood purilier, aud it has cured mauy very severe cases of catarrh. It gives an appetite and builds up the whole system. Hoou's Pills act especially upon tlie liver, rousiug it from torpidity to its ualural duties, cuie constipatiou aud assist digestion. For cure of a sprained back a com plele succesH. Mr. Jerome M. Kaley, Massillon, O., says: "I have beeu using Salvation Oil for my spraiued back, have found it a coraplete success, and MD perfeclly salislled with its re- BUltS." TBX flgures 9,998.679 represeut the number of botties of Dr. Kiug's New I ii-.ci.vcrv for Consumption, Coughs and ( "l(ls, which were sold in the United S'.atis from M irch, '91. to March, '92. TwoMillion,Two Hundred and Twenty Bigbt Tbotttltnd, Bix Hundred and Sev-cntv-Two bottle I sold iu onu year, and ench and every bottle was sold on a itive Kuarantec timi money would be refunded if satisfactory results did not follow its use. The secretof its guccess is plain. It uever disappoints, and can always be depeuded on as the verv beKt remedy for coughs,-colds, etc. i'rice, liity ceuts aud onu dollar. biild at C. lilakely's drug store, Moutpelier, Vt. All iriimcn wlio in ovi-rH'orkctl. " nin-dtw-Tj.M (a-dcbilitntctl. iiof.l timl (tte meli-ino and fhnt i Dr. Plerct's ravoritt rrcscrip- tlon. tvt il brOOd itetMIHint, bUt fncts Inar lt out. Tln-sc an- tli" factl : If jrou'raa wivik and dcllca.ta wonian, ihon the '' Plavorlta ftwwflptlon " builds you up; if v(ni niffsr from any of tbe painfut dis ordari and dorangonienti peouuai' to your wx, it reltevoi and ourca. lt inTioratvs the itiU)iu, improvcs digmtion. enricbM tlio blood, dltpeb lobei and paina. bringi refrmliiiu; nli-cp. nud re t.n-cs hcalth aml strciiK'li. All tlie 1 , t . . i wcakucsws, ir-p-Kularities, and diiturbaneoa known as "foinaU" coniplalnta " am eorapletely aml ptrnwnMtly eured by it. TbMa are fixcts, and they'ra itronB enough to warrnnt the iiiiiki-rs ii ""mnfeSnff their remedy. If it falll lo benefM or cure, you have your money back. Ko oth r uiediciiie for WOUMO is soll on rach lernu, That provee that nothing clse cioi l.c ju t a Kood." I. NTATKIII' VKKMilN I'. Wlilmmm IMlrlr-i.m. In PrOMtt ' -.ii : t , t,. '.l at Montpelier, lu Hlirl for al(l IMtrli-t. on tlir M ilnr f llcrpinhcr. A. I). IIW2: An lii.triiitif.iit iiiriurt(tiir to tu- tlie Ih.I wlli inq te.tmneiit of riiiiiikriil HrHiiroril, lute of c. mi.. iti tud lll.trli't. dVMHMi lieilii ireneiit-il to tlie Cotirt for Probatc, it U r - -1 by nnlri i timt mU . i "i (-otiei'rlieil l i i le liotiDeil to 1 1 i i At iieMlon nf Rniil Coiirt. lo lie lielil nt tiie I'rolmtu Of llee, In AHlilMoiitiielii.r, nti thp i'ltli ilny of Beeemiier, A. II. lnrj. ntnl mhiw i-aiifte, if anjr tliey inay Imvci, HKalimt tlie I'rohrtt." of .kIiI ItiNtrntnetit i for whtoh puri'i.e It i. furtlier otflereil. tlmt liotlee of ilil. onler lie ,tiiilii.lieii tlirew weekn mii-i'.en.lvely f n tli Vtrmont w'atvhmtut ( 8ttu Jourmti, h ntwapatMf prlntM nt MontMllWi In t l.t ntate, vrevtoMB to f aiil tltlle aipoiiiteil for lii-aritiK. I'.T tlie I'ourt Atteftt, 1141 iiikaM 0ARLKTOK, IiiiIk". H0RSF0RD S AciJ Phocphatc. A preparn.tion of the phosphates, that acts as a tonic and food to the exhausted systom. There is nothing like it ; gives great satisfaction. Trial bottle BiftHed on recflpt uf 2; cent in st:mips. KttfnfOfd ChtttUCftl Vurk, rrovidLnce, K. 1. 1 I Ki: I.AWIIKXI i: s I sTATK J i OMMIHSHINKHS' NOTlrK. Tlie niMler'Oi'lied. IihvIiik been Hppnlnted bY tlie Ronorablo ProMto Couii for 1 1 iifntriet if Waii iiu'' ('oniinUifdiiern to reeelve, extttnlne und Hiljimt 11II clitttn und deniaiidf) Ol U per- KKHlmt the : of LttllS t.avrrenee. Ite nt Vri;eiter, iti nitld IMMriet, - Hiid nll oliilmM et liibltud in otTset tln-retn, liendty u'ive notlce tlmt w lll tnei.'t fbf thO piirpxnen ftforMWO nt thi resldeneo pfOoofM W. ImuiIihiii. In tbe tfiwn of Wnreenter, In niild Plntrlet, on tbe ,ld dv nf .iHtiuury lM3. Hnd 2Sd duy Of Mny. IBM, next. frntn nlie O'olOOll I". M . tmtll imir a'rloch I'. M.. eitch of aiiid ilHyn. and tlmt iilz tnonttirt from tlie j:id duy of . r . A. 1. H'rj, ln the time llmlted by ! t'otirt for mtld ereditorn to present thelr elfilina to tia for ex rimlnatloti and itllowanee. Pited at Worcester, thi 39th day of Novetnber, v l. 1H!... CHAUNCBY MU N T. , ommlMloMf- iB?.iLLViLLLLLLLrB" -23 LKWIS v IIAKItls' K8TATE, (MMI,su;Is, NOTICX. I he QDdorttfnodj havlntt heeu appoiiited by the RouoMblfl l'robjite ( onrt for uio httrtft of WaBh lnrtoii. 'ommianloiier. to rwcelvc, examim and ad Jut ull OUlTOJ and ilciriHtitln of all perrtnn .inn,-i the fttfctO of I.ewlH A. Marrh, late of I'lalnrleld, Iti Mld DlatrlOt. deOOMOdi and all elnlins exhlhlted In . ITnet thereto, hereby jdve notlee that we will ineet. for the piirji"-' t' i l. at the (IwelllnK bOUnfl ofWillard Ilnrrls. iu the towu of plainfield, In iaid IHntrli't, on the :itl day of .lanuarr anii M day of May next, from one o'elock 1. M. untll foiir O0IOek i. M ., earb of mU dayi, and thttt fllx monthH froin the IMh day ot Nttveinber, A. u, lWij. h the time llmited by Hald ( ourt fnr sald eredltorn to preneut thelr clalmn to tiH for i'x itnlnatlon and allowanee. Dtttod at Plnltlileld. thla ttd day of Nnvember. It 1892. BDWARD.I. BAKTLElT,lrVmmuWmAM 4 tEORQE W. iKIH ITM S lisTATi: J Sl'A'l BOF VERMONTi WalilnKton tHntrlct, si. Iti I'rohate OOttrt, hotd at Moiitielier, in nail lts trlet, on tbe 38th day of November, A. l. iHlfi; 4 harle K .lonen, AdinlnUtratrtr of the entate ef fteitiice W. Urlflltb, late of Fayitnu. In Aaid Hitrlct, deeeaned. ireKntn his admililtrattoi. areount for ex auiiuation aud allowanee, and makon Htipliratiou for a deer e of dlHtrihutiott nud paititloii of the ttAte f iild dOOWIod. Wbereupon, lt ls or dered hy I Court that nahl areount aud nald apnMeation be referred to a nenMon thereof, tobe he'd at the I'rohate Ofllee, lu iaid Montpelier, on the 17th day of It rember, A. I. 1991, tor hearliiK and de OlttOfJ thereon 1 And.lt l( fnrther ordered, that no tlee hereof he gfTOO to all perHons tnterested by puhlieation of the name three weekn Hiierensdvoly In the 'eri"ht Wutrhman A JSt'itf Jouriial.n newspaper publUhed at Montpelier, pn'vloiin to ald time ap poiiited for hearluK- that they may apjienr Ht tafd time and phice, aud hIiow caune.lf any they may have, why Hald MOOUIlt bould uot be allowed aua iueb decree made. Kv tbe Court. Aitent, N lIlKAM CAItl,KT(N, .TudtfO. MARIA M. GfLMAN'S KsTATK. S'l ATK OP VERMONT, Wanhliitftoii Dintrlet.ii. In I'rohate Court. held at Montpelier. Iti nm !! trlet.on the Mh dav of Nov. tnber. A.I). U9Sl .1. 11. Laehti AdmtnlHtrator of the etate of Mftrta M (rliman, late of Montpelier. In naid Dls trirt.diTi it.n ti, preM'itta In- mlininiwtratlou account fnr exatnlnatlon and allowanee, and niakes appliea tlon for a deeree of dUtributloii aud partltlon of the entate of tud dec-enned. Wbereupon, it Ir ortlered by nald Court that ald aeeouut and rtaid applleation be referred to a MUlOTJ thereof .to be held at the I'rohate oftlee. in sald Montpelier, on the Iftth day of Docem her, A. I. lHrj. for hearltitf aud deeinoil thereon: And, lt f urther ordereo, Lhat UOttOfl her;of be giTen to all perftons luterentetl. hy puhlieation of tbe name three weeks Buecesslvely m the Vermont Wntchman - istnte .onrnnl, a newspupt'r puniisned al .hn.i- i i i' i ' i 1 - i 1 1 Mllio i 1 "' n , i ii i in nraiiiiH, that thev mav appear at Mald time and place, and tdiow cause, if any they may have, why said aeeouut ihould uot be allowed and sueh deeree made. By the Court. Attest, S04S HIKAM CAKLKTdN. .IiidRe. DRUDENCE HKNTON'S KSTATE. 1 BTATEOF ERMONT, Waihlngtou IMatrict, sr. In I'rohate Court. held at Montpelier, iu sald DUtrlOt. ou the Jd day of Deeemher, A. I. Ir2: .1. K. Kildy. AdminlHtrator of the estato of Tru deuce Hunton. late of MarHhhetd, In sald dlstrlct. deceased, prenuutM hl-t adminlstration aecount for exatuluatiou aud allowanee, and makeit an plieatioii for a decree ot dintrihution aud parM tion of the estate of Hald deeeaned. N hereupon, It lu ordered liy natd Court. that nald aeeouut and iahl applieatlon he referred to aHrHaton thereof t.. I..- lifld .ii I'rohate '111"-' in sald, Muiit- peller, ou tbe '.'.'d dav uf I)ecember. A. I. Itflfi, forhejrliiK and derlHlon thereon: Aml.lt Ir fnrther ordered. that notlee hereof be Rtveu to all persoui iuteresti-d hy puhlieation of tbe name three weeka HuecesHlvely in the Vmitout W'ati irnan d StOti 7oir ntit. a uewHpaper nublishetl at Moutpelier. prevloua to vaid time nppointed for heariiijj. that they may appeitr at aid time aml plaee. and nhow eaune. ii nuy they iituv have, w hy naid aeeouut ahould uoi be allowed itnd ItlOh deeree made. Hy the Cuurt. Attest. gl.tt IIIItAM CAKI.KTON, .ludKe. PANESB Dj LE CURE A new aud Complete Treattnent. eonsistiuK of Sup ponitorlei), olntment lu CapHiit4'H. alno in ltox; a I'oiitive Cure for Kxterual luternal. lthud or llleed mg. KtOhlnSTi ObroillO, Reoottt or Heredltary 1'lles, auil mauy other dUuaaeH and fumale weaknemert; it Is always a great heuerlt to the generml health. Tho rlrst dtseovery of a medleal cure renderiu au ODOTfV tion with the kuife unueeessary hereafter. This Iteinedy ). never beeu known to fatl. per box. ttforf; nent hy uiall. Why sutfer trotn thliterri ble dfseaHe when a wrltten Kuarantee Is posltlvety Kiven with t bfxes, to refiind the money if not eured. Send nt.tinji for free Sample. (litiirantee is suedonly by LK8TRR II. QRKKNS, DrujtfUt and Sole ARent.'.'S State street. Montpelier, Vt. Send for sampleH. OLIVE I' JOHNSON'S R8TATE. STATKK VKKMoNT.WasliiiiL'ttin IHstriet. nt. In I'rohate Court, held at Montpelier, tn said Dls trlet, ou the ld dav of Deevmber, A L. UNSl K. K. JohlUOQi Kxeeutor of the last will and testatueut of olive 1'. .1olinon. late of Warren, lu sald Mlstrict. deeeased. preseuU IiIh atiiuitnstratlon aeeouut for examinatlon and allowanee, aud tnakes applieatlon for a deeree ol aiitrtbutloil aud UTinouOl ine entaie oi n. avoauwi. nereupon. lt Ih ..i.t. Ii v - . il Court thai sald itreount iiinl H.iid applWiitioii he referred to a aesaion thereof, to be held at the Prohate orllee, in sald Mont pelier, on the Hd day of neeemher. A. I) ISW, for benrinn tud deeUion thereon : Aud. It is furtber ortlered that notlee hereof be Rlven to all persons In terested hy puhlieation of the same three weeks sue et'sslvely lu the Vermont Watrhman tf- Mtnte Journal, a newspaper puhlished at Montpelier, prevlous to liid time appointed for bearlni;. that they may ap pear at "aid time and plaee, aud nhow eause. it auy they may have. why saht aeeouut should not he al lowed, aud siu-h deeree made. Ity tlie Court.-Attest, 11.81 IIIKAM CAULKTttN, Judge. Looks Better for Pinokt' tbe Ll'KK JOSLYN'H E8TATE. BTATK iir V Kl( Mi N l . Washington IMstrict. . In 1'robate Cuurt . held at Montpelier, in and tor sald DUtrlOt, on the Bfttfa day of Noveiuher. A. I. 1993 1 QoorgO D. doslyn, AdmlniMtrator of tbe estate of I.uke Joslyu. late of Waterbury, iu satd IMstriet, de eeased. makes applieatlon to aid Court, with the consent aud approbatiou iu writiug of tbe heirs of said deeeased. residing lu tbe State of Vermont, for liceuse to selt all of tbe real estate wf sald th-eeased, fcltuated in Waterhnrv, in nahl Distriet, towit I About nine aeres . of laiitl. w itb harn thereon, repre HeutluK that the tmle thereof would he bonoflolw to the heirs of Haid deeeased, aud those tnterested iu hla estate. In orilvr to convert said real estate Into money. Wbereupon it is ortlered by said ourt that Ud applie.itioii be referred to a sesslon thereof, tt he held at the I'rohate oniee. lu said Montpelier, on the IMhdayof Ieeemher, A. I. I for t.eariiut autl det'ision thereon: and. it Is fnrther ordered, that all persons luterested he uotith-d hereof, hy puhlieation of nottet of sald applhation M order thereon three week sueressively lu the -rmoi.t Watchmun A- state Jourhut, a new-imper puhlished at Montpelier, iu thic state, and whioh eireulates in tbe uel'liboi hootl of those luterested. before sald time of hearitiK, that they nniv appeitr at Mtld time .u.-l plaee, and, if the) see eause. ohjeet thereto. Hy the Court. -Attest, 1043 IIIItAM 0ABLETOK. .'ude. piime New Brayton 10 oent LondrM or lVrfectos OigSn thun tlie ilttarest plpe. Tlie very best tu tbe inarket to-lay. Onli'ra box f your dealr. Of course lie keeps them. I.. BRAYTON & CO., Boatoa, Ma... Administrator's Sale. There will be sold at publle auetlon, at the reii dence of the late Horace M. Nlehols. in Calais, Vt., KritU) . Dooonapor 10, l&H'i, at ten u'qlook a. m.. the fllowlnK tleseribed properiy The fanu (known as the .laetib K:itou farim. seveu eows, two horses, thirteeu sheep, onu two-year-tdtl heifer, OQt yeurllug ltelfer. two ealves, twenty heua.oue eov eretl earriae, oue huxKy waKou, one twodiorse luinber waKon, one two borse hav hiikoii, oue diimp eart. oue patr twohorse sleds, two drivin har nessus, three work haruesses, oue mowiiitf tnaehiue, one eoru plauter, tlisk htrrow and seeder, two phiws. horse rake, straw-eutter. three slelKhs, set of seales. irou kettie, wheelbarriw, two irtn hars, two Iok ehalns, one eable ehaiu, eant-hook, t wo neek yokes, heneh vinu, two wtod-sa ws. ereaiuery. four eream eans, three mtlk palls, :1S sap ttbs,two sup holders, two sap-paus. RDOttl thirty tons of hay. traw, eoru fotlder. and other UrtlolM tOO DntDOroUI to inouttoil. The above propeity must he sold to elose up the estate, s.ile iiti ve .nol tei mo m.ido known at time of sale. II. IIKATON. Atlonntstrutor. H. 1. Wni i k, i tetionftr. l-jst Calais. Vt.. Novrmber I89t. ii II A lili R l LE1 l rATE. IV STATE Of VERMONT, Washington Dlatriet, . In I'rtibate Court, heldat Montpelier, lu aml for said IMstrlet. ou tbe .tith day of November, A, D. Charles A. Halley, Atliululstr.itor ol the estate of Itiebard Halley. late or Herllu, lu said OUtrlct. deeeaed, makes applieatlon to sahl ('ourt, with the eoiisent and apnrobatloi) iu writlu of the heirs tif sahl deeeaseu residiiiK iu tbe state of Ver mont, for lleense to sell all of the real estate of said deeeased. situated lu Herllu. in said IMstrlet, tu wlt: Htiiue plaee, representliiK that the sale thereof nrmld be heueth-lal to tlie heirs tif saltl deeeased, aml those luterested lu hts estate, in order to eonvert said real estate into money. Whereupoti, lt ls ordered by sald Court that said applleation he referred to s session thereof. to he held at the Trohate ofilee, lu sald Montpelier, ou the IMh day of Oeeeruber, A. O. iHf-. for hearlutf and deelsion thereon; and, It ls turther ordered, that all persuus interHsted be uotitled hereof by puhlieation of uotiee of s&Id applieatlon and ortier thereon three weeks suecotv sfvely lu the rsrtttOftJ IfwMfsMIN it' State Juttrnat.m newspaper publlHhed at Montpelier, lu this stjttft, autl wlileh eireulates in tlie neluhburhood of those tnterested, before saht tiiue of hearluK, that they may appoar al sabl tltue antl pUee, autl. if they see cause. ubleet thereto. Hv the ('ourt. Attest, M 1IIHAM CAKl.KIMN. .ludKe. Try FURBISH'S WORM POWDERS FOR HORtES AND COLTS. They aro safe. sure aud reliahle. lhirsemeu speak hiKhly of its merlls. They aie warranted tt enre the worst euse known. Oue hundred dollars ls of. fered f or a ease they will uot oure, I'nee. $ per uaekaKe. Address O. K. rM'KHIMI. Vo Chestuut Street . I.yun, Mass. ItrOruers eoutainluK money, I' O. notes or tuuuey oiders will reeulve prompt atteutluii. ALONZO NOWH ESTATE. iTATJCOr KHMON F, Washliitftoii Olstrict. ss. lu 1'robate Uonrt.hfld at Montpelier, in and for said Histrtet, ou the Mb day tif Oeeember. A. 0, IKK.': Ueorire K. Ilolhstor. admtnlstrator tf ibeesta e of AlonxoHiiow late of KMl Montpelier, in saltl l)ts trlet, dtCsHSfli in.ikes tppln-ttioli to saltl i'ourt, with tio eoiiMent autl afprobati u In writhiK tif the heirs uj wsiq de east d. rostdini lu the Ntate of Ver intint, for ilOOItM to nell all of the real esiate of sald tlei-OMsed, nituated tu Kast Montpelier, iu itid lis trlet. to wlt: home farm aml hiuldin' thereon; also one luilf of tit-w Inaburph in East VlllaKe, ex eept the uhtou s rlht of dowof lliereiu. but iu olusUnf tbe homestedtl amt reveriou of said ilower, n pi .'M-utinji that the sale thereof would be hene thi.il to thewulow itml heirs of s tltl deeeased, and thoss luterested tu bU estate, in ortier to eonvert said real estate Intti money , Whereupon, lt ls ortleretl hy saltl Court that sald applicaliou he reftrred to n sessitm thereof, to be held at thd I'rohate OMieo, iu saltl Montpelier, ou the Md day tf Oeeeinlier. A. D. itU, for hearliiK and de eisltiu thereon; autl, It Is furtber ortlered. that all persuus tnterested be notliletl hereol, by pulilleatitui of uotiee of stttd applieatitin and or der thereon three weeks sueeesslvely lu the l'r mont Wntt hmnn A St'itr Jouriml, a newspMper pub lishetl at Montpelier, lu this State, aml whleli eireu lates lu the nolKhhorhood tif those tuterosted. he fore said time of heartnit. that they may appear at sald tiliiu aud plaee, auil. If they see eause, oliject thereto. Hy the court.-Attest, H IIIKAM CAltl.EION, Jildge. !