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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOUKNAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1892. Vermont Nrwa. STANFORn, BCed thirty- dead at Irusburgh laat IJR. Kl.LKRV MTM dropped Two tramps Ntolo it team hlonnlnf to John PhllllpN of Pittsford, laat week, and floatad away. ArtKN IRONARK of Fletcher lnst nhatiil, laat Thursdny, by the aedilental dlscharire, of a ihot-Kun. Bishop Bissmx of tbe dlncese of Vermont U reported as serlously tll at, Burlington, wlth reooyery dooutflll. f'HARI.KR K l'UTNAM'd Illlll at Jackson ville was burnod on Monday. Txiss. 8.r,000; insurance, $1,000, in Vermont Mntual. TTicyRT McKinnky, yardmss'er for thn Oanadlan l'aciflc rallway at Richford, fell under the cars, last Krlday, and lost leg. Thrrr are an uniisual number of cases of typhoid fever in 8t. Johnshnry, and thfl loral liealtli oftlcers are investigatlnn ttn cause. .Tamrs Nrault of Sutton, F. Q., near the Vermont line, was struck and killed bv a train while croRsinjr. the railroad tracks la.it Thursday. A. T. EnMiTNiw of Brattleboro had a foot rrushed and was otherwiso injnred by hine rnn over by a frelKht-wagon last Wednesday. TTon. Erskinf. Wardrn, a former rosident of St. Johnsbury, was elerted inayor of Waltham, MnM.,' laat week Tuesday, by a large majority. II. T. CUiTTS and .1. W. Honlnv havo been chosen vlce-president from Vermont of the New England Trottlng Horse Ureed ers' Association. Oh. ,Tohk M. Cr.ARKR of Burlington has been appointed the represcntati vn of the Grand I.odge, F. and A M., of Montana, near the Orand I.odge of Vermont. Govrrnor Fi'M.rr has apnointed Elisha May of St. .Tnhnshorv a director of the state prlson and hnwi nf porreetlon vice Roncca Ilaselton of Burlington, reslgned. A SKTTLKMFVr of thp lihel CBSOS of L V. Norton v. .1. IT I.ivingston and A. P. Childs, set for trial at the DCfltnbai term of the Bennington oonnty ennrt, has bMti iunde ont of court Mr. Ltvinsatoi pnid 200 and costs, and the ease agiinst Mr. Childs wan diseontinueil on payment of coata. Rhiwoi.f-makino and Ctiristinnity appear to eohand in liand, to jndirp froin an ad vertiHPmpnt in the Woodstock SUUtittKdl ''I havp "i0 M eood ahfnfflfl for salp, mndp bv A. D. Harrows, tlip onlv Christian sliin ele miker tlnit I know of in ttitfl state. Al fred Sarppnt, Hrideewater Corners, Vt., Nov. 39, 1898. Thr dlvorep i"np of Snivply v. Rnively has lieen wittidrawn from Rpnninirton connty court for want of Jnrlndiotlon. Tlip snit wn broncriit by tlie wlfa of Hpv. Thail dpn A. Snirplv. for vp;irs rpctor of S. .Tohn'a rhnreh, Troy. N. Y . and charppd intolerahle apvprity. Thp fnmilv lias had :i ummer reaideni'e at Rpnninjrton. Hrrbf.rt D. Ali.aro of Enosbnrsrh Falls hafl KOttpn into tronhlp at Rri(it?pport, Conn.. wbpre he workpd in the Fontpr, BesHP & Co atorp. It was diicovprpd sotop days aeo tbat he had robhsd the firm of abont 51,000, the pppnlatintiH SStending over SPVPral montba. The firm refnaed to prosppute him, and he left for hiH home in Vprinont. A arpcMt. nieetinff of the vofpr.x of thp citv of Rutland wa hld on neeembpr 10 for the pitrposp of raisinc a infflcient tax to pnablH thp rity trnateea to perform thpir rtn rifs nntil thp March mpptinc. Aooordlng o the report made at thp last mpptine there in bnt. little mnre monev in the trpamirv. and for that reason the truHteea have coihp to a Rtandstill. Thr will rap of thp latp Mrs. Almira Tinison of Williamsvillp was hpard at Brat tleboro, lait wppk. an attpmpt bpinu made hy sonip of thp hpirs to havp thp will spt aidp, rlaiminc mental Inoapaolty and un dup inflnp'ice on thp part, of Mn. Titnaon'a htiahand. Clark TltMOB, TIip conrt hpld that she had HUtticient uiental capaeity to inake the will. Iw vipw of the nrpvalpnrp of hocr Oholera at Taftvillp and SnrinL'tipjd. Governor Fnl lpr hai appointpd from thp mcnliprn of tbp Boanl of AgTloulture Cbarlpa M. Winslow of Brandon. Homer W. Vail of Pomfret and Jospph I, ITills of Burllntrton to aot rr rnr tle pommissionprs nntil the lt of Febrnary. 180S. whpn the law abolisbiny: thp offlce "f eattlp commifsionpr and tranKfprring thpir dtitips to the Board of Agrie.ulture Koes into pffei't. Two vpars apo the postmaster-Keneral ad VPrtispd for modelfl of lpttpr bOXM, Bom6 1.200 Hppr'iinpns werp Hiibmitt.pd. f)f thil numbpr rivp wptp renommended favor ahlv. TIip onp adoptprl is thp invpntion of Alfred D. Onahtntt, a npphew of Mrs. G. W. Sppnrpr of St. Johnsbury. TIip box is in acoordnnrp witb thp " honsphold delivprv and oolleotton serviep," rpcently adontpd by the post-ofh;e denartment, extpmling honse rollectiona to all free delivery ritips. The box !h made in several sizes and do- HigllH. Joi.ms J. Estrt, hrlffadfl oommander of the First Bricadp, has madp thp followinc ntaff appointmentH: ,T. A. LillU, lipntenant colonel and aaatatant. ad jntant-eeneral ; T. J. Hannon, lieutenant-p olonel and amistant qiiartprmasfprdPnpral ; T. N.Jpnne. Menten ant polonel and bricadp Hurgpon: R. .1. roffpy, malor and provost marslml : C. E. Nelon, maior and insnector of ritle prac ticp; F. R. Wells, raptain and aid-dp-i niiin : R. E. Lewis, captain and ald-de-oamp; R. Iy. Bnss, provost seri?eant; H. B. Chamber lin, brigade uartermaster sprgeant. A rASF. whtoh is hplntr bitterlv rontested in Addison oonntv rourt is that of the War dens of the Firsf Episeopal Soripty of Addi son Connty v. IiMC I.. Eels et al. TIip rasp involvps the provisions of a dpstroyed will. bv wliicb the plain'iffs alb'L'p that the late Mrs Lvdia K. (Jonrs of Middlebury Bave tlie Episropal ohnroh of that town all her real estate anil the nse of 52,000. The will was inbaeqnently baraed, and Mrs. Conrs deftded the propnrtv to Isaar 1 Eels and Mr. and Mrs. A. IT. Spprry of Corn wall. Thp ohnroh ppopip olalm that EpIh Rot thp will from the probate offlOfl and de atroypd it whpu Mrs. Cours waj not in her rijfht mind. A brokkn tirp on the Waener sleeper " Alva " on the New York and Montrpal ex prpsa bonnd north over thp ('nntral Vpr inont road thrpw two rars into the ditrh at 4: BOo'oIooki last wppk Wpdnpsday tnorning, twenty miles south of Burlington. Of the In passpngprs in thp two coachea seven werp lnjnrpd. but nnne killpil. Nat Mpn dolwit. of Worcpstpr, Mass., was severely hrnlaed and was takpn to thp hospital. The eolored porter on the sleeper, named Iee, waa taken to the hospital, hut will soon he ont. N. Prenaky nf Brooklyn receivod a sevare ottt under the i hin, on the right femnle and on tlie lefl foot. M. Goldbert, clothing manufaoturer, of New York. had a palp wound and his left rheek and hand hnrt. Mrs. Lavina Mulqnpen of New York had her right eve hadly injureil, and her lipad, body and gf badly brnised. John Sanger of Montreal was slightly injnreil, bnt rontinued his journev. T'ne slppping par"Alva"lay on its side tliirty feet be low the track, badlv damageil, while tlie paasenger rnaoh, which tnmeil aompletely over, was a comnlete wreck. l'hyslrians from St. Albans, Vprgpnnes and Burlington went at onoe to the wreok, Mr. .1. ('. Boswrll, ono of the beet kuown and moat resppcted oltiMIII f Brownwood. Texaa, sufTerod wlth diarrhipa for a long time and trlpd iiiany dlfforent remedlea without benetlt, nntil Chainln r latn'l OoIiOi Cholpra and Diarrho a Remedy wasnspd; Ihat relieved him at onop. For aale by 0 Blakely, druggist, Montppller, Don't euffer with Indigeition; use t. r's Mandrake Bitters. Bax- LRAVRyourorder for Shepp's IMiotographg at the Watchman onice. Couohino leads to OOntnmptlOII, Keiup'H Balaam will sto the cough at onoe. Rubrrr stamph maile to order Watohman 1'ublishing Company. by the Downs' Ei.ixir Will I'lire any OOOgll or rold, no matter of how long Htanding. Lank's Famii.v Mrdicink movea the how els every day. Most people need to uae it. Do not suppose that, bei ause It is roeom mended for animala, Arniea & Oil Iini ment is an offensive preparation. It will not stain clothing or the fatreat Bkin. Ordkk your envelope.i, note heads, hill heads, statpniPiitji, etr., et'., of the Watch man joh oftieo. Stock ftnd workmanship always the hest, prices lowi'st. Thk reason why Arnica t Oil Einiment is bo popular with the ladies Is bpcause it not only Is very healing and Hoothing, but its odo'r Ib not at all ofTenaivo. For ix rents, we will send you Ir. Kaufmann's great medical work; 100 pagos, eolored plates from lifp. The most valiiable adviser ever publislipd. To any addrnan on rpcpipt of thrpe two-eent staiaps to pay postage. Address A. P. Ordway & Co., Boston, Masa. Proi fssor Barrf.tt of St. Lawrenre OOnnty, N. Y., sppaking of pulmonary dis eases, riays: Not 000 death occurs now where twenty dled bpfore Downs' Elixir was known. Over rif'v years of oonstant Buccess places Downs' Elixir at the head of the long list of cough remedies. I'oi.y and hatpful, but I conldn't help it. Everything went wrong with me, and I thonghl I hailn't a friend in the world; dys pppsia i ansed this, and for months I couldn't. eatanythlng, and juat suffered in misery till I used Sulphur Bittprs. Three bottles rnred me. D. Lewis, 22 Bowdoin street, Boaton, Mass. "IIOW TO ("lIRR ALL Skiv DlRKASF.H." Simplv applv " Swayne's Ointment." No intprnal mpdicine re(iiired. Cures all tet tpr, BOSaUa, itch, all eruptiona on thp facp, hands, nnsp, etr.. leaving the skin (dear, white and liealthy. Its great healing and curativp powprs arp posspsspd bv no othpr remedy, Aflk your druggist. for Swayne's Ointment. Of.orgr A. Ainswouth, Barre and Will iamstown, dealer in pianos, organs and lewing-maohlnea. Gomnetltlon in quallty and pricps of goods challenged. Satisfac tion guarantepd., Barrp headiiuarters. Per Ipy Chandlpr's jpwplry-storp, 7! North Main strppt. Correspondencp promptlv attended to. Insnpction of goods eordially Invited. N. B. He spIIs for $.'ir a vihrating shuttle sewing-machinp, which the manufacturers guaranitt as being " the hest that can he made." A Poinler That WOIlld gniile. unerringly, into the ha vpii of health all that are on the frouhled sea of impaired womanhood! It is nothing less, nor could be nothing more, than Dr. Plerce'i Favorite Prescription fr:iil fe male's faultless friend timp-tripd and thoronghlv testeil. Internal inflammations, irregularlties, displacpments anil ill-condi-tions ppculiar to woman, oontrolled, eor rected anl onrod, without publicitv, by this safe, sterling ipeoifio. Purely yegetable. Only good can come from its use. The only remedy of the kind v:arranteii to give satis faction, or money refunded. Mr. .7. P. Blaizf., an pxtensive real es tate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa. narrowly escaped one of the severest attacks of pneumonia while in the northern part of that statp during a rpcent bli.zard, says the Saturdcty Bevitit. Mr. Blai.e had oooMlon to drive several miles during the Rtorm, and was so thoronghlv chilled that he was nn able to get warm, and inside of an hnur after his rpturn hp was threatened wlth a lerere casp of pnpunionia or lung fever. Mr. Blaize aent to the nearest dnig store and got a bott.le of Chamherlain's ('ough Remedy, of which he had often heard, and ttok a nnniber of large doses. He savs the effect was wonderful and in a short time he was breathing ipiite caslly. He kept on taking the medicine. and the next day was able to come to Des Moines. Mr. Blaize re gards his oure as limply wonlerful. For sale by 0. Blakely, druggist, Montpelier. Tlie Trihunc Ralllox the Pnrty. Thp New York IWftttM is a newapapnr to whlnh the people of this country In general aml esppciillv the republii'an "partv have always turned, instini tivplv, in pnbllo pmer genpfeB, for ealm and conrarreons connRels, and a brave rallving cry. Never loslng its head, never mislnadlng ' the pnhlle bv sen satlonal utterances, the Trihune has manv tlmel oalmed the public mind In timps of dlsajtter and led the way nut of dlffloa1tiM by sound ailvicp and its own patriotlnand woll-dirpcted cfTorts. The Trihmir dnM not. for a moment, vleld the polnt on whir h the preaidpntial campalgn was fnught. It bp lieves that thp workingmpn of this country have been delnded by dpmagognoR; and that they havp struck blindly at the very Bystem under which thpv arp prosppring as they npver have done hefore In thelr lives. The Trihnnr'ts prospei'us in annther col umn tells thp storv. Rapnbtlomi in thlB country will do wpll to subscrilie for thp Trihmir this year in combinatlnn with thelr own local papors. Bishop I,fonari of Kansas tells a good story on hlmself. Ilp was tpaching a Sun-day-school in Utab, and akpd a little girl if she knpw who ('hrist was. She replled, "Oh, ypg, slr; he was a man." Fearlng that she might have an linpresslon that Ohrlal waa more hnman thM divine, Bishop I.ponard askpd her what kind of a man Iip was, and if Chrlst was anvthing like him HPlf. "Oh. no," she replind; " he was a good man. CoNfiRKSSMAN IIahtkr of Ohio has intrn duced in the hnusp of rpprpaentatives a hill providing for th cpssation of silvpr hulllon purchasps on .Tanuarv 1, npxt, and for the salpof 100,080,000 of'sih-pr hulllon for gold. The measnre is intemlpd as a rpllpf for the trpasury vaults. whicli are becoming hur dened with bullion. Waiters are losers. The hurry and rush of the last days may lake batf the joy out of Cnristmas Kiviiip. No need of waitlng for a suitable choice. One thitlC meets all the conditions; awakens delight at the start ; and standa ready tnrough the years with its constant help and comfort, The new, quick-winding Waterbury. $4 to $15. All jt'wclcrs scll this bMUttfoti flccur.itc, jfwclij linu'-piece tn many Jifft-rent cases, Mylesind stzi-s: Cftin-silvrr, filled Kr'U. nxydtzi'J silvcr nnJ nickcl; huntin-cases, chatelaines, anJ Optfl-fiCtti with MUllitff, dkcurated) dials. "St-e It." l bbertiscmcnts. 4 3 In Tolrlipntcr. Drr. P. MnuHnn to Mar A. I.by H. A. Hnlhrook, I.ynn rrnptr IBcatbs. In Calafi. 1pc. 9, Rftaoy WeliMter, 93. In Wort'pwtpr. Dm, I. of ranoir, Mm. Krnnklkn lotniMon, nno nf the flr.t nettlern of tlie town, $. In Snriniriield. Manf)., Vcr. i, Alonro S. UoIHiib. Bon of WUllHtn Itolllnn, ntida nativo of Strafford, 77. ftbbtriiscmciTts. DRESOFUL PSORlftSIS Coverlng Kntlro Body wlth White Scalcs. Sufrerlng Fearful. Cured by Cutlcura. My HfoaBP (poriaitia) flrnt broki out on my Irft rhoi k, (prcadr . arrona my nono, ttnd almort cov rrintj tny fare. Il ran into my eJM, uinl thi? '.-. i.i.; Vil afraid 1 would lOM my ayeaight iil'iL'tnrr. il tin-ua an ovfr my iuiiu, uint uy nair an Rii otn, unin 1 entircly buld-bt'aded ; It Uicti broke out on my arma and Bhouldertj, nntil my arnirt WQTt juat ono Pfiro. It covortxl my ontiro body, my facc, DttM, and phnildern ln-inK tho wott. Tito whiU ncaba fftfl cnnatantly from my head, nbouldrrH, lin arm; tho Pkin wotild IblekeO and bo rod and vory Ltchyj and would crui-k and bleud if flcratohed. Aftcr sjtrndinw many hundroiifl of dollBrt, I wiui prontiunocd inruiiitdo. I heard of the CtiTIctmA Kemedies, and afu r Dilng two hottlofl ('utk-i'iia Kesoi.vest, I oould m-c a chanKc; and aftor I had takcn four bottlos, I w;ta almoMt rnred ; and wbcn 1 had uaod six liottlc vf O'tk tnu Kehoi.vent, ono box of rrTicunA,ai'l ono oako of Outioura Hoap, I wasoured "t Ui dreadfUldlwMfl from which I had Hiiffon-d fur years, I ooonot expreu with n pen whal 1 iufifer i Deforeniingthe Rcmxdibs They aaved my lito. aod I feel it tny duty to recomDQend them. My halr in rcBtnml M n--i ai evt-r, and ho ia my oyt'Hiuht. Mu.-. U06A IiKLLY, UockwcU Clty, lowa. Cuticura Resolvent The now lllcxx) Puriiler, internally (to rlt'anpo tlie bkx " nf all iinpuriti-M and poiHonoua elemeDUJ . and 'i ticl'KA, the groat Skin I'ure, and UTICUBi Boai', an exquiniUj Hkln HoauUncr, OXternaUl (to clear tho nkiu and ncalp anil rOiiOlt tho batr).nave curid thouaandti of - wlu ro tho eht'ddtiiK of catM mL-arured a quart daily, tho rkin OTMkodi bloedlOffi Iium and itohiug altnoHt boyond enduriiiH O, huir lifoIi-Hrt or all koup, niiffcrinu ith biu. Whatothur roincdioa have made euch cuur.- Sold everywhere. rrice, CrncuRA, 5np.: Snv gfto.; liKsuLVhNT, $1. l'rcpared by Um rHK-.. DltDQ AND OaMIOAI. OOBFOBATlOlf, BottOD. (Si-nd for"How to Cure Hkiu I irtaaori," l4 pagoH, U) illutttratioun, and loo tenlimiilulu. PUPIB8, black'beadi, rod, rouch, chapped(and I IItI oily Bkin oured by Cuticuba ,s.ai. IT 8T0P8 THE PAIN. Ba k acho. kidnoy p:iiiir', we kn bo. rht uu)atisint and muaiular paiur. ;.. Ileved In ono mlntiK bytbo uu fur Antl-Paln llahter. 33o 0 ON DEPOSITS REMAINING 0 Six Months or Longer. 0 ON DEPOSITS REMAINING 6 Less than Six Months. Are tho raten of Inteiest pald In the SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OF THB Fifst Nationai Bank MONTPELIER, VT. Capltal pald In $250,000 Surpltis 50,000 Adilltlonal llabllityof Stock- holderg 250,00 MaktllK h totftl Guarantee Fund of $550,000 Kor the security of deponttors. CHAK1.KS DKWBT, I'rrBldent, FBBD B. smitii, VlM-Preildent, J. 0. HOUOHTON, W. K. ADAMS, F. A. DWXNELL. Hnnkliiif lionri, frntn nltic A. M. to three p. M. All biiHluesi, cnnnrientlHl. F. TLim Eaton, Cashier. The Famous North Star Fur Goats! Manufactured in St. Paul, are the hest made. Will not stiffen by wetting. and the buttons will not pull off. Warranted. Sold in Montpelier only by ADAMS THE CLOTHIER. L AD I El S' FXJRS! Great Success! Just the thing! "The Cleopatra " combination Storm Collar and Boa, with Muffs to match. More stylish than a Cape. Come less in price. Made in all desirable furs. CHILDRETS FURS from $1.50 for Muff and Stole to $3.50 Odd Muffs from $1.00 to $20.00, to match fur-trimmed cloth garments Thick, Heavy, Woo, Ulster Coats, men's size, $6 50 to $20.00. Boys' Ulster Coats, $4.50 to $10.00. Men's All wool, Double Breasted Suits, $8.00 and $10.00. A Boy's SUIT AND CAPE OVEROOAT Age four to ten years, only $3.00. These will not last long at this price. Think of it, $1.50 for Suit and $1.50 for the Overcoat. ADAMS THE CLOTHIER Opposito Court-IIouso, MOTVTPEIJER, ----- VERMONT. F. A. DWINELL, Presiclent. CEO. W. WINC, Treasurer. FARMERS' TRUST COMP'Y (IMCOBPOBATBO 1885.) Capital, - - - - $100,000.00. BONDS, MORTGAGES AND BANK STOCK lnvetor nf large oi itnall amounti Hupplied with rellable uonrltlat. SIX PBB t'KNT Gnarontaa Dnl MortKagB'), rannlDg from tlirwe to rive year. l'artis deaMng to loan uionny on gootl ral estate Becurity, at a fair rate of interent, Hliould examine tlieHe loani. SIX PBB 0BNT Dabenture Bondl, runuinK froui four to seven jeara. These bondl ar in ilenominations of 1100, 900, $;m S00 aml $1 000 eacli, interest payable Hcini-annually. A ilesirahle aml convenient form of investment. THE HASK STOl'KS we off.:r are in reliable, divideml-payinK institutions, aud oach year (.'rowinjr more valuahle, Kull information as to all investments giveu at tlie oflice, aud correspondeuoe jiromplly attended to. Financial Statement IIIUIillM Rl tlP.lf - Washington Countv. I UI1IUI1 DLUUIVj Washington County. WahliiKton (?ountv in arroint wtth OM0M1 W Kekp, Treasurer. DBStT. Deremher. Toarnount of or der pald 01,41ft 7H j o iTinumnrt' mi L'ouiny uinm- Ingi To trcanurer's Balary and 0Z- 135 m ppiixeB To balance of intfrest. 6 rjW-81,.S80 s C HKPIT. December. 1802. By balancn in treanurer'n handn 9 '.'30 N By rent of town clerk's ofllf.p. 50 Ofl liv r'M'ivtd from peddlprs' Itrenses H IS By rei'flvpd from tax W 18 By balHiirt' due trpiiRurer 889 1" By rcrt'ivoil for old Iron Tl I..V0 88 The fort'RoiiiK acrount of tieortro W. Itfed, trt':vi nrer of WashiiiKton county, cxaniincd aml approvod and balanee found due treanurer of ?3t.in. MELV1LLE K. SMIMK, Aaditor. Montpelier, Heeember 1, l(ffi. We have exainined the forei;otnK settlement of the (reanurer'n acrount and approve the name. We tlnd an outntanrtltn; Itidt'htednesn of the county ftmnuutlnu to fS28,38i for whleh order have been drawn, hut not prcsentcd to the treasurer for pay ment. toKether wlth the balanee due the treasurer, tDaktnir an In(1ebtcluni8 of ?hll.:r.i. T. H. LANOJCi ) .htdntt of CHAHI.KS K. .IONKS. i 'ahtigion Comity. Motitpelter. Ih'cember I, lhW. MONTPELIER, VT. The "NF l'RACTICAh " method for teaohlng shorthand and the hest methods of bookkeepinj; are ' m ' at the AND f 5? This institution has herome oontptononi for eduoatlni; younK nien and women prac tically and for BUpplying husiness houses promptly with well (jualitied hookkeepers, ItenOgraphen and husiness assistan ts. Cor reapoudenoe Invited. Forratalonu addreia, CAKNKI.I. & OUTCHKSS. Allmnv, N. V. What is Pii.ks, Piles! Itchino Pilks! Symploms: MoUture; Intenie Itchtng and itlnGrlng, most at. night ; worse by gcratohing. If al- lowed to c ontiiuie, tUOQOra form, whii'h often hleed and nlcerate, liei-omin!; verv sore. I Swayne's Ointment Itopi the itchinK and blMdtng( heals uloaranon, and in most eases removes the tumors. A.t djrttggiatti or by iuail, for tifty cents. Dr. Swayne & Bon, I'hiladelphia, I'enn. When Baby wa siok, we (jave hor Castorl. When she was a Cuild, she crM tur Castorla. When she became Miss, nhe eluug U) L'astoria. When she had Children, uhc yavc them Castoria I'liamherlnin's Ky and Skiu Ointineut. A eertain cure (or ohronlo sore eyes, tet tor, salt rheum, seahl heait, old Ohronlc sores, fever sores, ee.ema, itch, prairie ncratehes, sore DtpplM aml piles. It is cooling and Hoothing. Iiuudreds of cases have been cured by It after all otlier treat ment had failed. Twenty-Hve cents per box. For sale by 0. Blakely, Montpelier, Vt. For Over Klfty YearN. An Oli and Wei.l-Tkikd Kbmbdy. Mrs. Wiuslow's Soothint; Hyrtip has been used for over rlfty years bv niilllons of DlOthori for their chiiilren while tMtblng, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the kuiiis, allays all pain, cures wiud OOUo, aml is the hest remedy for iliarrluea. Is pleasant to the taate. Sold bv druKKists 111 every part of the world. Tweuty-Uve centa a Ixjttle, Its value is in calculable. He Hiire and ask for Mrs. Win slow's Soothini; 8yrui, and lake uo other kind. Castoria is Dr. Sainuel I'itcher's prescription for Infants and Cbildrcn. It coutaius iicither Oplum( Morphiiio nor othor Narcotic subHtance. It is a liarmless substitvto for Paregoric, Irops, Soothini,' Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millious of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays fcverishness. Castoria prevents voiuiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrbcca aud Wind Colic. Castoria rclieves teetbing troubles, cures coustipation and flatulcncy. Castoria assimilatea tbe food, rcffulates the stoiuach and bowcls, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria is tbe Cbildreu's Pauacea the Motber's Friend. WHAT WILL IT BE? The days are here when this queatiou must be answered. Will it be aomething useful as well aa ornamental ? for comfort or only for show ? Remember thiB, that, however p!ain or elaborate, all goods on sale in oui warerooma serve some purpose of convenience or comfort. Remember that it doea not necessarily require a fortune to secure a nice present at a furni ture store. Look at Coat and Umbrella Racks. Your friend wotild enjoy that Desk better than a book cover to write on. Paper Racks. Easels, all pricea of Chairs, Chamber or Parlor Suits Couches, &c. &c Remember that the Fancy China Glaasware, Dolls and Novelties left of our State Street stock are here and must be closed out this mouth. We are not maklng money on them either. Firstcome, firat served. Call and see about changing those baby carriage wheels for Ruuners. You can change them in two minutes. WEBSTER & COMPANY, 39 Main Street, - - - - Montpelier. Secure Your X-mas Presents Now! jf- What do you think you would like to give for A. Cliristmas Present I'erhiips you will find this a little hard to answer, but it you will ullow us, we will ive you all the assistance we can, and we will be pleased to show you our large and varied assortment of Fancy and Useful Goods for ladies. Duchess Lace Handkerohiefs, Initial Ilandkerchiefs (Silk" and Linen), Chilt'on Handkerohiefs, Embroidered Handkerohiefs, Plain and Fancy Ilandkerchiefs of all kinds, at all prices. Special Line of Chiffon Handkerchiefs, 15c. Special Line of Initial Handkerchiefs, 10c jpi Would you like a present of a Lace Bureau Sel. Lace Bed Set, Lace Mats, Doylies, etc, eto., Kid ,Gloves, Head Rests, Sota. Pillows, Picture Throws, Hand Painted Mantle Soarfs, Lace and Embroidered Aprons, Shoppin!; Iiags, Pockei Books, Manicure Sets. Glove and Handkerohief Boxes, Work 15".e. Jewel Cases, etc. Then we have Table Linens (in sets) with Napkins to match. F A Nice Line o Shawls to select a present from. Baby Cloaks, Hoods and Blankets to keep the little'ones'warm. We have just received u New Line of Fideidown Com fbrters and Blankets. Just what you want now. RT! In Dress Goods, we liave a large range of all the New Shadcs aml Makes. Also in MiESS PA TTEBNS, with Velvets, Silks. Pasenienteries and Qimps to match. Or Special Barg.iin in 7-Hook Lecing Kid Gloves, $1 per pair. T. S. BROPHY & CO. 18 State Street, - !- - Montpelier, Vt. Thk Cai'hb ok Khbumatism. An acid whicli (txUtH in Honr niilk aml cliler, callwil lantic Kriil, 1h b6liTtd by ptayiiollBI to be tht MDM of rbauHlktUtn, AixmnulatinK In tb blood, it uttacki tlie nbriniH tigmiH in tlin iiin)8, aml I'aiiHiiH aenniiiie iiains. What ih mc.iIimI ix a rmnmly fn neutrali.n Thkkk arn I00M BMn wbo ran'i thr aold, Md tn .to inviKurate tlie kilnVH i houm a bnofntnak without bnlinviiin aml uver tnat an wantn will M i arrHMi on. IIooiI'h BarHaparilla ia beartily rurom mandfld by many wbom it haa curnd uf rheumatisui. It pohshshhh liiHt thn desirad iiialitis, and no thorougbly purillns the blood as to jirevont oci iirrPncc of rhtuiiiiatli' attai'kH. W 8iiKKt. a trial of Hood'a Har Haiarilla by ull who nuffcr from rhuunm-tUm, takn th.v ar maklng' thur v1l a prHHiint, rninarkx tbe philoHopher of the AU'IiIkoii (llobe. Bih Kmqht Daniki. n.Nuiholson of Bur lington Iuih bMQ appointod th nrand rep retantatlyt of tbe kuiirbt Teiuplar of Maryland near tbe Grand Cuiuuianriery of Vermont. Castoria. "Catorla Is an excolleut niedioino for chil dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of it goodeflect upon uieir children." Dh. Q. C. Osoood, Lowell, Mass. " Caatorla Is tle bet remedy for ehildren of whicli I am aeiuaiuted. I hojw the d.iy is not ;ar distant whenmolhi'rs wlUOonai ierthereul Interest of thi'ir ehttdrWi and UM Castoria in iteatl of thevarlousqiiack nostrums which ar.' degtrojlni? thcir loved ones, hy forciniroplimi, morphlne, soothlng syriip and other bUltful ageuts tlown thelr throals, thcreby HQdllg them to preinature gravcs." VU. J. F. KlNCIltLOI, Couwuy, Ark. Castoria. " Castoria Is sowell adaptcd to children that I n i unMUl it assuperiortuauy prescription kuown to uie." H. A. AucnnR, M. D., 111 So. Oxford St., Urooklyn, N. Y. " Our phyBlcians in the chMdren's depart BMN huve spoken hihly of their experi euce in their outside pructlce with Castoria, und nlthough we only huve us r our medicul mipplies what is knowu as regulai produeis, yet e are free to eonfess tlwt th mcrits of Casujria hus wou us to look wlth lavor UH)ti it." UN1TKU Hosl'ITAL AND DlSPXNBART, Uoston, Mass Ai.i.en C. Smitii, Fre:, Tho Ceutajr Company, TT Murray Street, New Vork City. Blanchard Opera - House Thursday, Dec. 15. G-EO. H. HAMILTON In the fVimiitet of ull FlTM t'umediet, ERMINIE -OH- The TwoJTliieves! Set ou Mlt ' " t 1au's ..ture Prices 50, 35 and 25 Cents. NOTICE. Tli wni.b of th Nnttniml Uf Iimur.ii) Cotnpmiy ar lirl) nntltlfil t lint tlie hiiiiumI iiit-c 1 liitf if tli Conipmiy for th ImuMI of Olreoton to 1111 th rlaaii wIiok tnu Ih Hlont tot iplr. ttnd ttn ? VHt'Hiicv In otlmr oUaitea. und the trAinuu-tloi) of uny othr proper lniilnehd. will be lield at thelr ofilce i u Mi'iitpeller itt bllf DMl ten 0eloell a u .mi Tuea da . the M day nf ,1;imi;m . A l QEO, m . KKElt. Sec'y Moiitpllr. Vt., Der, 1, IBW. NOTICE. Tlie hiiiiiihI meellliK M Ihi rtMkbpMWI V1," Waterbury Mattonal liutik. fur the eirriion of ut rector. fur Ihe eii.utnii year. will be lield l ! nauk in Waterbury, ull Tueailay, Jauuarv IfU at ene o'elock !' M. CHA1U.KS WKl.l.S.l'aahier Waterbury. Vt., tlec. 7, ta. Annual Meeting. The atockholdera uf tlie Oailtal larlnft Bank u4 Trutt I'omnau are herehy uotineil tu meet in tba Tinnni ef aatd Hauk.hi Moiileeller. ermont. On tlie I'.'th day of Jamiary. H.M. nt two o'elock lu tbe af teruiMin, to elact ileven tru.teea for the year eusu lun and to trauiaet any olber proner bn.lnea. K. K. lli.AKKI.Y. 7VaJarr; December 13. 1SW.