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'I TIE HUELIKGTOIn" VU L 1 HESS. TITUKSMU. XOVEM"l!rK 24.
GENTILES BELIEVE. LESSON IX, FOURTH QUARTER, IN TERNATIONAL SERIES, NOV. 27. To.t1 or till) lesson, Act xlll, -11, to xlv, 7 Memory Vcres, 40-18 Golden Text, Acts x 111, -17 Cnmroentnry by tho Itev. 1). II. Stcunn. 11. "And tlid noxt Sabbath day came nltnost tliu wholo city together to hear tho Word of God." Tlio npostles had uo doubt upokun to nintiy in private through tho week, nnil tbo?) who hml heard the pre ceding Subbnth hud not been quiet ubout tho wondrous resurrection story, ami the consequent great redemption so fully and freely proclaimed. It becamo tho talk of tho town und an immense congregation rambled not to hear the wisdom nor tho oratory of tho apostlen, but to hear the Word of God. 4.". Such manifest working ot tho Holy Bplrit could not but provoko tho adversary to envy and blasphemy. Compare Acts v, 83; vil, 54. If nono of tbo religious pcoplo of a community are stirred to talk against tho pre.'iclitnK it is an evidence either that they are al. wonderfully in .sympathy viit-i Christ, or that tliu preaching lucks Milt (II Tim iil, 1'-'; Col. iv (i; 10, "To the Jcv first ' ,vas tin1 piiticiplo acted u pur. in all iipnMolIc preaehiuf? (Horn, i, l(Vi, the to the Gentiles. M,tn has the pnver of recoiUni; or putting from him this uriat. (fit's nf rt rrhtstim; life which. God hi proviiird al such infinit e cost, bin if an one jutli'oi himself unwortliy of life, it is eijuii; t jiuIkIhk himselt worth of ik.ith f.Tulut ii', Ml, I'ioiu. ii, 4, f) 17. 1'anl's eonni'ission was to bear tlu name o' the Lord noi only before the chil dren if Israel but befoie the Gentiles (Acts i:. 1M, and he quotes from Is.i. xllx, l", concerning Israel's Jiess'ali, called the Servant of the. I.cril, "I v. ill also (h e thee for a llfsli to the Gentile, that thou inay-e.-t be my salvation unto tin end of the firth," Wli'ln the mistery of the cliurcli is not reveab-d i-i the Old Testament (Kph. i.i, 5, C, the I'liillng of the Gentile nations lifter ii"M'! shall iiavo been converted is n n oft ref.ciitid lact;andyei J'mil seems to wither treir this pnshnire muiii'I him; cnuci'")"7. his mission to the Cmntiles. j tS. Tne. itentilej nave lie c I to the mes-st'.-jc, nf bv receiving the word of the Lord j they t'l7ritic"i it and wive made glad, and ! lit maov as i-e onliuneu to eternal hie tieliovcl. Not all arc now given to Christ, Mit nV Mho am given cliiiU conic. (John vi, ZT), anil uhotofi er will inny como (llev. xicli, 17 1, sure that nonn w.!i be cast out. Tnis is the tune of salvation for the elect ctureh after wMru shall conn the salva tion of Isra at r. then o' al'. nations (Acts xi, 14-17. 43. "A nit th" Word of the Lord was pub lished tbrn.jroui ai1 the region." This is tin- work o.' tt.n church and of every iu- 1 1 viiiu . nuel er ol it, to proelaini every where a full and frte reden.pt ion throtmh the death and icsurrectioa of ,Ieus that all may hi that, so fiom all the elect church mar lie gati cied. iter song indi wtes that she is to be made up of believers from all pnrts of the earth (llev. v, !). SO. iiow little these honorable, women and chief men thought that by tVIs conduct they were deelaring themselves against Gud and His ChrUt. When the seventy wee sent out. Jesus said, "Hetbnt dospisetb yon despl'etl; me, and he tbatde-i-piseth mo iles-piMtl. Ili'n th".t sent me" (Luke x. If.,, iiut this rougn wind would work God'.-, glory bj'scatliring yet more the precious see i ".-Mindy the wrath of miiu shall pra'-e the-"' (IN. lx.xvi, Kb. ''. "Hi;' t -it sl.no): off the dust of their fei t again' t them, and came unto I o lii i in. Con, pure chapter xviii, 0, and see tii ir iii'tn.ctim s in .Mark vi, 11; J.ului i ". It iji.i'f privilege to proclaim tho j. i ! tali ips, n make known tho lovo of (i ii1, t i .', r to all i'i lii name eternal Lie, eti'innl udemption; and while ex Iieding that to'iie w ill receive it, quietly leave re-ults to Grd '.'. "And the disciples wc:e filled with j'r,y and wiih the Holy Ghost." Allth.it m- am cal'ii! uon to bear for thd Mike of 1 linst mid Ilii truth should ba borne rherrlully, fo Hi hoi taugh, us tube ex i ceding glad, and l-np for joy, under such eircuni" ances (Math, v, 10-1", I.ukovi, U3, rfi 'i aie told that "For tho jcy sat bo fore Ilia, 1I cnduicd tli3 crops'' til i. xii, lij; and it ei written that tbo woithiest of Ileb. xi wtre susta-iio.l by the joys before them. Hec espeehil!..' verses 10, (',, 'JO, CO. Consider also Ron. viii, 18; 1 1'et.iv, l'J, 13. Chapter jciv, 1. Having pa' fed on to icon ium, we ii-;d them as usual Itr.-t anions ihz Jews, and sc bpe iking that, a giept mill ' tudeof both Jews and Gentiles believed. The key to this must be found in the last vers!'' they were filled with the Holy Splut. Why may not such piomises as these be truo of us and in us in these days? '!. Again the enemy is stirrtd and it is laai i'es; that the devil is losing bo:ue of his subject. It should give us grent en touragementwhen thn Word pleached pro ' vokes the adversaiy; while, on tho other hand, if tho waters are no', disturbed wa have reason to feur that there is no healing power pre.-enl. I). They nbci'e here a long time, the Lorv blessing His Word and granting them power to do signs and wonders, according to Mark xvl -'0, aud Heb. ii, 4. One has said that when wo yield ourselves fully to God Ho will yield Himcelf fully to us, and Ibis should cause us to inquire i cry care fully as to whether we aro yet withholding auyht from Him and thus losing tho enjoy inert of His fullness. 4. A divided city, some believed and some believed not (cl auterxxviii,!.Mj. Abel believed and Cain believed not (Heb. xi, 1; 1 John iii, 15). Ho it lias been and will bo till the kingdom como aud God's will is dono on eaith us in heaven. Jisus taught His followers to expect sullVrlng aud even death for His sake (Math, x, US; Join xi,'.') And by His .Spirit He, taught them to take pleasure even in ibef-o things, feu chapters v, 41; xx, 2t, II Corinthiiwib xii, 12, C. licing made aware, of tho coming storm, they iled to other cities, not be cause they feared death, but buoaiud Jesus had ta-ight thorn "When they persecute you ia this city, fleo ye into another" (Math. r.,'A). All lawful means to pre larve lif'j aro i.ot inconsistent with retidl Iss4 to lay down our life when He calls us to it. Mfiny timrs thy soughD to take His Ufa, bat could not till Ills hoar came, ud then Ha g&vo it up. 7, "And thiro they preached the Gos-j-o!." Thry lo lived the Gospel, for Paul codld ay to tho Thtuu&loniuus, nu-' ioubtlau to nil ool;e.T, "Ye ab wltnese, K.id G,ii uUo, bowholli.T and J:rstly find uu Vlaaj'tbl;' vo behavjilirsMelveatcoattyou that Vwllnvt" (I Theas, ii, lJ. IJke Jchua, tntf firetriW and I'm, tftogliV (Aoti 1, 1; Mori vi, 30). If 'he churon '.rould ivo hersolf Ut living oul pi,chlni; ths Qtfs-,,1, ,utedof to nmucln? nad enwrtminiai: fMtrf)9, I9w tii Grsiit Ua4. nf ths Churoii ivo-iid dtliyht tor.bow Hintnelf F'ronRon her kvjhalf (II Gbco'., i.vl, 3j uid li.mten Uu' coaifAntau, liny or the 'I'hiinllfiii Ilrni. t'lom Film 1'oi'LTHTi Sovinibii, 1SVS!, Wilts for no man nn egg v lay, How thankful ivu (should he. If three cnud meals wis gi t. eneli day, How thankful wn should he, That on the day hea all Hive thanks, We're left to "dust " on tunny bunks, While the turkey's neok our master junks, How thankful mo should be. When we don't lay at this time of year, How thankful we should he, It our in Isti ess says to her "It's clear," How thankful we should he. " That sho believes to make hens pay In their inornhij: mash most en iy day hhe will put a ponder to make them lay," How thankful no should be. That she knows the best, and reason uhy, How thankful no should he, And mi her Judgment wo rely, How thankful we should he, for, " untiling on eaith will Make Hens bay l.ike Sheiidan's Powdei '--hv I tin waj, If with ns hens lts come to stay, How thankful we should he. So here's long life to Sheridan's Powder ; How thankful we should lie ; If c could cackle It even louder How thankful we should he. That ilh a larire one dollar eon We pleased the inot exacting man, As his ejK-lmsket overran How thankful we shout I he. Sheridan's Condition Powder Is absolutely pure. 1 light v com cut rated, in quantity costs lentil ot a cent a day. -so other kind is like it. I, H, Johnson iV Co.,'.'.! Custom House St , Huston, .Mass., (the only makers of Hie nilan's Condition Powder to in,' kc hens lay) will send, prepaid in any p''isiin, two 2."i cent packs ot Powder and a sample copy of t he llest Poo It I y Paper published lor .',o cents. Tor nM) live packs of I'.iwder and I 'a pi r ; for .VI.LTi a huge J! pound Can and l'.i)ier; six (Jans for M.OO. Mumps or cash. Interesting testimonials, irco SEVERAL TIMES LARGER MOON. THAN THE ltti-ln'i; rerlmllc Comet Coming Wll III ti Inn Media It will lie Ylilbln totli,, .Nnl.nl l;ve. Astronomers find (rotu calculations that the comet Andromeda, discovered by Holmes on the (it li iuat, u very probebly Identical with Dleln'a periodic comet, which has not bicn recoguied tlncc 18.pj2. 1'iof. lloss of Albany, JN'. Y., thinks there is likely lo bo n ver.i close approach between the comot nti.t tho earth on tho moinlug of the Ltjth inst., In coeo the sup nosi'd identity Letweon tho comets of Holmes imd liiela provis to ba n fact. The dtnmoior ot the neLiulotlty ia nl out one-seventh of a dtgree. Tliuro ii a ' v.ell-ninrl.ed thousjli faint, central condentation, but no apnear nnro of a solid nucleus. Assuming, as re sults Irom the calculations, thai, on that night the comet was 1U, ,100,000 miles dis tant from the earth, the diameter of the outside uobulosity ot the comot would be about UG.OOO miltc It is probable that the comet will rapidly grow in brihtneti, und that within two weeks it will appear many tunes larger than tho full moon. The comet cnu now be seen in small tele scopes, aud will bo found about two degrees west ot Mu Andiomcda. A few hisloiicnl facts tho concerning Bnda comet will doubtlo,s bo ot interest to tho readers of the Kiinu Pin s',. lhcla'a wns a small comet of 0.0 years period a sihall ono and remarknblo for being tlio "doublo" comet. It was discov ered in 1S"C by nu Austrian ollicer, whos name It bear. Its periodic character was first detected by (lumbar!. Its orbtt liroucht It within a very fow thousand miles of the earth how near varied with the changes in that orbit. Tho comet returned in lfc!2. Thou it' was reported that an cu counter with tbo earth would take place, a report which crealtd something hardly short ot a panic in the Soiith.of Franco, the llrst of the since numerous "comet scares." it passed the point where the expected collisluu was to have occuried a month be fore tho earth arrived, however, and the ueaiest the two objects came to euch othor sat 15 million inilu--'. In ISM it was not seen. In 1S340 two comets were teen to grow from one, the (list recoidud Instance of the kind. Novcmb-r 28 lllo'.a's comot appeared, and on December l'J It was ob served to be rnther pear-ibuped. 'leu days later it had divided. The Hi st discovery of the division was made in New Huien, Later the phenomenon wns recoided in Washington and aumo day. later Kuropoan astronomers found out what bud token place. For tour months the pair traveled alouc side by side, 100,000 mi,s apart, toiuutimei one was blighter than the other,) (There was a faint aro of li;;ni part of tho time between the two. lu Auguit, 133, the twain were seen for the a t mi l.i,00'J,000 nubs from the eaith, iiut on the night of Nov. SH, lb?2, there w us a wonderful metei rie show er, Novem ber, lbbO, there was unothtr. So it was concluded that the liiela comet was no mora, and that meteors of the llielid swarm were passing through tho sky in tuolr Might fiom a point lu the constel.ati. n Audiome bi. 1 lie v were called Audromedis. luelr mo tion was parallel to tLe path of the comet where its path intereecled that of the eaith. Iliela's comot has now In en missing live times more than ouch und, r favorable con- litions of visibility. It is oucu mote the roctirreuce of its timo anil perhaps it has blazed up again for tho llnal tune lit ile (Ires iu honor of the Columbian period, UNITED STATES ARMY. luterestlng Cicts anil leisures l.lvnu out It tliu Adjutant (ieiibrul, Wamiixoto.v, Nov. I. According to custom the adjutant general of the army submits two annual reports ; one to tlw sec retary of war and one to the oommuudlus general of the army, as in his dual capacity he is tbo head ot one of the stall depart ments of tLe army, which Is responsible to tho secretary, and also, in his purely mili tary character, ha is subordinate to tho commanding goneral. The report to Gen eral Scholleld is now mado public. IijIhI Niltuorlcal Strun.;! lu According to the roport the total strongtb ot olllcers and men In the army Is at present 2(!,'J00, The number of enlisted men au thorised by law is 2"i,C0J. Uf the 2(1,900 otllcers aud men, there ore hi the calvary OO'.'.'i, in artillery 11027 and in tho Infantry 12,197. The rest of the force Is unattached to regiments or is employed as guards ut military prisons and West Point, und as scouts, olerka and messenger. This force is distributed throughout the country at vr.rious poiW, armories aud rrsonals ns the exigencies of ttiu ralllUry service demand, the department of the Kast, under Major Gen, Howard, with headquarters on Gov ernor's Jlnd, N, y., having tho largest number, 4878 otllcers ami in9,i. Ilelffrtloiis ll tlio Ileeruave, The adjutant- general remarks that It Is gratify ing to note that tho number of de- rtloni from the nrmy Is steadily decreas ing, lu li)3() -'89 the number of desertions ta2HI4:iu ISM-'lU it was 1.108, and in 33!)!-'02 11JS2, or a fraction over fire per uut of the total end. ted strength, iti-:iiMked by It. C. Jiilnr, of Allen P. O. Illllsdal Co., Mbli. : Nothlug nave my I .i muiillsiu such Quick relief as Dr, Thoiims' r electr o Oil-buliuve It lufallihlo for rheu-natias." ASSOCIATION. Mxetlne of tlio lixrcnliva (onimlttto hi Till 0ty tti Arr.ino 1 orl Tho exooutlvo committee of tho State Sunday School association hold a iiu'otiug in tho Y. M. 0. A. pnrlort In this city, but nesk Wednesday, for the purpose ef piniinlnn work for the jonr to come, Thosu preiont weio Uev, 1 O, Hlierbuino of IJnonlnirRh Fnlle, thn prenldent of tht as sociation; llev. J. W. Iiurchi of Knos bureh KnlU, K. 1', Adams of Snnnton, Orons Nonconibof Newport, L. W. linwlsy of llrnttlebiro, L, II, Lord of llui'llnfztoti, and Hov. G. L. Story of llakersllohl, It was voted to rcoi'cnutza county asso ciations In Addison, Caledonia, liouuington, Kssex, llutlnnd and Wlnduiim counties olid committees were appointed for tills work as follows: AddUon county, L. B. Lord; Ilou nliiRton nnd Hutland counties, Hov, J, H, llnbbltt of West Brnttleboro; Caledonia county, Hov. G. L. Story ot llskeisfluld; r.Bsojc county, Orem Neweomb of Newport; Wlndhnm county, L. W, llawley of Prat tle horo. It wns also voted to Invito Georpo K. iJavls of Darlington, who wns one ot the founders of thn association, to prepare a hisloiical skutch of tho association covering tho psnt quarter of a ceutury, to ho pre lentid at tho next annual con volition. It wns decided to elect Hi delegates to the world's Bundny-scbool convention to ho held at 1st. Louis in August next, and thU dele gation is aulhorizid to 'o 1r $75 a year lor tl o next three years for the work of the iuturiiutlumd eX'Culive committee. A STATE UNION ORGANIZED. V line llnnttKtt of lli htnto to .lot ti Itulids Otllcal s ol I lie Moeletr. Tho organisation of n Stnlo Ilaptist Voting People's union, eh"otod in tlio le-sion of Novomber 10 by tho adoption of a State constitution, reci miuendeil by tbo Ilaptist Young People's uiilou of America, w as com nlet'd but week Wednesday b In election of tho fi 1 1 wing olllcors! i'i Calient, Itev A. H. Hoi arts, D. I)., Uurllug ton; vice-lire-i lent, L. W. Hawley, Ilrnttleboro; secretary, (i. K. Wright, St. Albans; treasurer, 1". G. S illord, Hurling ton. 'llieso olllears, together with a com mltleo of three, J. K. GiNon of Hutland Rev. I. C. Abbey of llirre aud 11. S. Hathaway of North lltnuiugton constitute the board of iiuinngprs, The union ii composed of nil tho young perp o' societies of the Hapllst denumiuatiou m tho State and is a very largo and tireless body of ChriUinn workors. it does not Inter fere lu nny wnv with the constitution ot the Iccal societies, but It emliiaccs the Christian Endeavor societies as well as the Ilaptist Youug People's socioties. The organi.ation is designed to build up unions in churches that have none now aud to bring the young people Into activo partici pation in the reuumr meetings of the asso ciation and Stute convention. The meeting wus of great Interest. The subject of union was warmly discussed, but the decl-iou reached was accepted iu a spirit which promises well for the future. Tlio session lasted uutll noon. NOT BIELA'r, COMET. su Indlnuto T.iitist Calculations Concern ing tin, Ibilui. Ai.iia.ny, N. Y., Nov. 20. Calculation, made at the Dudley observatory by Prof Lewis lioss indicate clearly that the iiolmos cornel is nut identical with the comet of liiela and that it will not come near the earth. , It also appears almost certain that tho distance of the Holmes comot Irom the earth le increasing rather than diminishing. "Why it was not discovered weeks or months ngo is a mystery; for It should have been blighter in October than now. M a' I inn M Ik woo I I'uirs Iii :':0 7 1 . toouKTo.v, C.il., Not. 20. The pacing stalliou Sllkwood yesterday lowered his 2:0S record to 2:07. STOP THIEF. 4 ? Dyspepiia is siealinR thf roses from many 2 S" lauit-.' t hn-Ls, i.nd m.. iking many nieii'-jS faces bhinih y WVtSS P C1 l 1 1 ii ire. i tlii-mical,? U IJ Sii-Hrav vlt milciilni'i lliev will cure Sick Hcmhictic, ai'fiio; tl.e4 t , i hui ot on tlio NtoiiJiit-b, l.lnraeil? ilICIilneiM I'nirt 2o conlo a box 7 2 teu ri'il with a I asti less nnil Sulutlorontlnv. g 3 Ntw Yor,. Dt p i, 165 Cans' bl. ? Arc valuable for Aclvf'rtisinf. The Families ?i(ii)if CEKESOTA are our Best Advertisers. Old Books Rebound Hid made i etrou is new ones. uiii: LJI!Ks.-5 -BlN'JIICKY STATE S. 8. Newspapers Dr. AVclill'a l'ri r.i" II liniiir.. At H r. W, HswnrJ Webb's auction sale of llnckuoys, lu New York n month ago, the bidding was dull, and prices low. Hut at the great horse show in New York Inst week, he carried everything before him, In the Hackney classes, taking nearly n do.ju llrst and second f rizes. On tno-yenr-old Illlles, the first prl.s was awarded to Dr. Webb's noat bay Dolly Dimple, a daughtsr of Huftls. Dr. Webb's Hollo Alliance nes third. On mates that havo produced foals this year Dr. Webb's nine-year-old mare White Sooks took the first prlzo over nine first-class rlvali. Mr. Webb was also In great toi miu class !W for hackney mares, 15 bauds high or under and threo years old or over, certlfia 1 to havo produced a foal In 181) 3, as he won both first and second awards with tho six-year old chestnut mares Lady Alice, by Timber Flreaway and Silver Hello. Clais S3, for hackney mares exceeding 15 bauds and threo years old, the Sun's report Bays, "This was one of the best competi tions ot the show, the wluuer, W. Seward Webb's chestnut mare Nitrate, a daughter ot Copenhugun and Lady Kireaway, brad by W. llurdatt Coiitts, being a phonumon&l mure. No praise Is too extravagant for this smashing lllly. Khe is a, most 10 hands high, has a world of quality, plenty of substanco und smashing ad-aiound action. She was a picture as she flashed up and down tho ring, her blazed face and four white legs giving her nu additional charm in the oyes of the critics. Mr. Webb is to bo congratu lated Uuu tho possession of such a (lily. Thoio was but one entry for Harris ic Nix on's special prizo for stallions entered in tho American hackney stud book, W. Seward Webb's yoarl uj Typhcou having a wall; over. In olusj (57, maros or geldings, four yeirs o'd or over, shown before a coach or break, first prire, IjyuO, went to Fred Gobtiard's brown geldings Nip. Tuck, l'uss and Feather; second pilze, ilfiO. to W. beward Webb's black geldlrg Hprotbro I'aihion, brown maro Her Majeity and bay mares Daginur and Heroine. Amerloan Cholera, IFrom the Dally Hevellle, Whatcom, W.ish.1 " 1 . '. liui nelt. the ilruu cm tic audi lute for eherlil' ws taken vlo ently id ut Clearhmok. Ile had alt thn symptom- o. Asi.ilu cho.cra, aud fur un hour or two 11 i s feared he wounl ill", t In 5- llnally gave I1I111 a dose ol C'liiiinher Inln's t olic, Choh'iii 11 nil Hhi' 1 hr.e.i Hi niedv. which revived him until a phjsh nil arrived." That is precisely what the inaiiuracttirers of that medicine reenininend tor chuleia, enil loi a pliysb i in hut che their medicine until the physloiau arrives. If e tolora bei omes pre vab i t la thn enuiitiy nel summer this iio p.iration will be in great demand because it can alwas be ileneniled upon. For sale by lleniiprc .t I.owrey, lliirlingtuii, and W. li, Nichols, I-ox .luuction. Wrir .QT! Q ;ooi HORSFORD'S Acid Phosphate. An agreeable and benefi cial tonic and food for tho nerves and brain. A remedy of tho highest valuo In Men tal and Norvous Exhaustion. Trial bottle milled on receipt of 2; cents in stamps. Kumfurd Chemical Works, Providence, R. I. LOR SAI.K-2D thoroush.brel Yorkshire J and Ilerkshire jiIl-s I'rlce and up. "aid-. L. Drew, Lakevlow Furius, hoiub Hurllngton VI, 15,-.'m N' (ITIi'i: lu. cveoiltors will sll nt nubile alu-tion In s;,:i)Mri. 't,.,rA ,,,, . lay. Dee. IJ, llor-i '. cows, and a-'ming tools, '''-lori-'ing lo the esta'.o ci, the bile .bimrs K. li'te. li-ll.itluvwlt Crystal Oininsr Rooms found! 'I Chin, , t. Aro now Cor. St. Paul uiul 31 siin Sts. form' rl Aincncsn It ,t.o. An 1 are now doing a regular hutel business lu addition to the I lining ltomns. l- KI.H.NT Dl.NNLlt ;i" t'KVTS, ROB' V M. READ ill. D., Harvard, ld70.) bt'J'il'! A LIiST. I)Ik. r Ilertiim 11," 1 reiuont r-treet, Hihioii. Send for linphlctlXtVei'free: Drrir". Hot is. 11 to o'clock. cemed7 ""'"'" FISTULA 1j,uov1v Dobs Protection Protect ? iiltlrniRtlveiy nnewrre.l in the protection Klven ynu by the unolim tlimnelii. tjlmes, mit tens, cajii, fivin shuts, ruhher h, ot, lectins etc., sold by "Tracy, the Merchant." A (in line of JheseRoodi lust In. Hurst) Hlankets n poci ilty l-iKH I. THAOY, UenernlMerohnndlse, Mniil i-t., i pp. poituttlce, ADlllSDN, VT. 1H,vt.';iu tamoed Goods, Bureau Covers, Conmiode Covers, Pillow Shams, Aprons. Tray Cloths, Doylies, Combing Towels, Laundry Bags, Button Bays, Slipper and Shoe Cases, Umbrella Cases, In fact overytblnz In the lino of tamped Goods. Fast colors in cotton and and silk tor working: and embroidery. Beldings wash colors Knitting Silk. Beeman, Hunt & Co,. 114 Church St. PiLES r m Mr. Oco. W. Cooli Of St. Joluubury, Vt. Like a Waterfall Great HulTiiring After the Grip TrciiiRiitlous llnartny In, tho J lend J'a in in Hie Stomach. "To C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: "Two years ago I had aseveio attack of tho Grip, which left mo In a terribly weak and de bilitated condition, l.ast winter 1 had another attack and was again very badly oil, my hinlth nearly wrecked. My appetite was all gone, I bad no sticnuth, fell ilrcil nil the time, had disagreeable touring noises iu my head, like u. waterfall. I also had severe headaches and Sovoro Sinking Pains in my stomach, I took medicines without ben efit, until, haling heard so much about Hood's Karsaparllln, 1 coin lndcd to try It, and the re sult Is iciy gratifjmtr. All the ilKagrtMble effects of the (lilp are gone, I am freo from pains and aches, and bclieio 's Sarsa is sin fly online my eatatrh. I recommend it to all." (It.n. W.Cook, St. Johnshury, Vt. HOOD'S I'IM.S cure Njusi a, Kick Headache, IndlKestlon, llltlousness. oldby all draglbts. Pilass, Reel EstiSe Go. 246 Washington St., loton. mm Dividends mMf Per Gent, Invest in Central Heal Estate in crowing cities. Audi rlz-il C-nllul .... Vi.OO.t.OHO rpiti imiit iu - - - - . i,:in(voo burpluH - - - - lOO.OOO, Ohoimziui IN 1? 5. I'a 1 Itivuli nUofSpT rent per annum for ttf vean, I'.vnl iJlvitl U of 7 per ecu ptr onniun nine Inly, H Ki, Apnijn i-ivjtieud fclnco oi Euniaation uwr ti per ci'nt pfi ntiii. Mii-plLi ut clo-o of lust flical jeer, over Sl'VO'. Mm-l iflnril for ulw at 9 I OH pnr h:ir. Peml to cr call at tho o3lco for information. V, f pr -1 '- 's Tt0 : &m If you want to hold vour butter with the east possible loss of weight, and without any loss in quality, use ASH TON'S SALT. For sale by Spauldtitg, Kimball Q? Co. and O. . Walker & Bros., Burlington, Vt. A FEW DESIRABLE Granite and Marble MONUMENTS AND on hand that we will sell At Very Low Prices. To be set up this autumn. W. G000ELL 257 Pine St., BUHUNGTON, - - - - VERMONT Liberal ion Xotlcc. I harebv clve notice that 1 have this dsrulv. en me ton. itlehard W. ThomuNon. his lime ilurinc the remainder of hit minority, and will claim no e or ins wagee or pay any uruio ui his coulractlnit from tine one. II. K. THOMPSON, Colohnter, Vt., Nov. 15, i-'l.wDt AGENTS WAITED, ('alary and expenses raid. Addrees W, A-T. MM ITU CO., Urneva Nursery, Ueneva, ., V. Katnullshea 1310. in.cow.u t j leadstones A",' 'e Wl-tl-'' ' - V -I . i Subscribers to the Weekly Free Tress may have thia book, postage prepaid, for $1.50. Subsrrib ts to tlio W"olly Freo Press may hav. iliis b'vii., postage prepaid, for ji. 10. 'J'his would make a rare Christmas present. Charles 11 TruoU's Kstato. : the -uhecrlbcri, hnvini been nppolnto 1 hv the llniioruhle. the 1'rohnte ('oitrt fur the lllMrii't of l hltli'iiden. C'oinnilisliiiieri to re ceive, einnrne and ndjust th chums nu 1 de mands nf ml pi ri-oni iiulnt the eitat' nf l ''Hrlei; I me I, l.ita of L'ndei hill, in said district decei-ed, nnd also nil chilnn and deiuands exhibited In ofNet tber'-to; and ix months from t he day of the d lie lu reof beltui allowed by M.id I onrt for that purpiie. edo then fore lieru'.'v ttlvo not ee tb.i" wo lll al tend to the bulneis of our appuintment, at tho due lint; linii'.B of Mr. 1" tev i urlburt. In I'rderhl I, l.i cild dhtrlel. on ih" thir l Wed nrHlajetir November and .Npril next, at I'i o'clec'c a. in., mi eath of ?aid d.iy. Duti d tlile S.'ith d iv of October, IM)1. A. i '. HOHl'-MiN. '. rmmi.,i,,, ISAAC WHll'AKER, f t oraml-i.loner. V.i.w.lt l.tieindti V. Itiirtitis' ICstsiio. STATU OK VIMiMONT. I To all pr?oni I)iSTiiliTorC'IIITrr.Mi:N. I roncerneil i i the cftato of I nc'l'iU V. l ar e. lat nf Hurllns tun. In ald ditrii t, dice.ie 1 (i ui-.etino: At a Probate court ho'den at li'i ,ln;tn, within and forthodiatrlet of ' i e d i. on thn Mlidnvof " em er lsB .', an initrument pur i,oi tins; to be the last will an 1 teta nii u uf l.ueindi F Hir.e-. late id uiltw-in, n Falil ilHtrlet, dfCR-e l. nm pr ented to II, e Ccni' t afores ud, for prolnie. inlti It ordered by i-ald Court that the Nt da of Dicinhr, l1-' . at tho Probate Court rooniH in -aid I in- rmion, be iuM'.-n-J for nr iv n" s.i 1 Instrument, and t Hal nonce thereof be ijiven to all person-, loneerneil by linhlMilng thn order lluee weeks bjecejivly lu the Hurlinston Kreo Piesi, a newspaper printed at sail ISurhnsjton, pioviom to the time anpnluted. Tliriilore, vounro liero'iy nntiiie i n apoei: before aid t Hurt, at the time an I place afor. said, and content the pruh.ite of aaid will, if you havo cans,', (liven under mv hnnd at Bnrllncton, In Raid Ilislrict, this -th dm- of November, INI:. :u.w:iw ,u;nme -i.i , ucgister. Hiram I'lie p's Itu e. Wo. thn ssiih-.eribiT-'. h.ivi i: bw i appolnte I by the Honorable the l'rob ite i.'o irt for tliu lUMrlCt or l Illllenuen, i niiuiissnmurs to re. leive. examine and adjilsi iiiei uuin ami 'lo inands ot all per-ons oi:tiin-t tho nutate of Hiram I'he li-. ate of 1 ll-lon in fald district, deceiv-eil, and alo all claims and demums exlal'i.ed in otf pct thereto; nnd six months from the day of the dale liereo', neuii aii iweiuy mid Court tor tint pmpo-o. o do tlierofore hereby uivn untie- that we wnl attend lo tin bii'luo-s of our niipeintnieiit, at tho I robite Otliio In Hurl nutnn. In fail liHtrlet, on the first Tue-da9 of Deci-mher and May next, III l'l i CiOek A m.. nu ill u oi -niiiiLiya. Dated this Itbdayo' xoiemner, isw., HYItONS .lO'.ES. ' commlss'onera HI HAM WALSlO s. i """nisa oners. 21,w:tw Itoxunnu Fontlu's Kstato. ST A 'IF. Of VKKMON 1' 1 The Ilonora- IIistiiict of Ciiittfnuen, I ble tho rro bato Court lor tho Distru t of Chittenden. To all jieiems Inteiesteil 1.1 lite estate or l'nxanmi r nda, late of Charlotie. In ha Ul dls- trl .1. deieied. (,iu:it ju. Whereas, said court has aU'iiud tue -d day of December next for the settlement of the iccount of the elm Utor of tho laft will of Mild deteani-d, and for a ilecreo of tin) residue of said leute to the helis, let; itees and devisoea of n.d dere.ie I, and ordered that public notice thereof he i;lven to ail per sons lntereted in i-aid estate by publishing this order ibree weeks kucci sshely pr-vious to the day ae cned.lu the Uui linirtou Vrou i'rosu, printed In Hur inwton. In said ditrl' t. Therefore you aru hereby notified to appear at the 1'robali, Court rooms tn lllirlillkftou. on the day nsslcned. then and tin ro to content the allowance ot nam accouni 11 you see cause and to establish, your rk-hts as heirs, loitatecs nnil mviui i-itiuiaius , iwmiw lilven under my hand tl. is mm nay ot no- veuiuer, A. 11. iru-. .1ENNIE bTAOV, ilesister. 2l,w3t AValtor Cariirntcr's Kstn'o. STATE OF Vr.KMON'T. 1 To nil per.o'is DtsTHiCT or CiiirrKNiinv. ' concerned lu th e.tato of Walter Ca penter, lntu of itur Huston, in said district, deceased. GllUETINO: At a I'rohate Court, holden at Hur.inmton within and for the district of Clilttendtn, nil tho lillli day of N'nveiwl er. 1W.', an iiistruiuent nurportlnKto be tho lat will met testnuiuiituf Walt,r Carpenter, Into of HurunBton, in ald District, deceased, wns presented to the Court aforesaid, for probate. And itlsorder ed by tall Court thit 'hn sth day of iJtcemuer al the l'robata Court rooms, in snld llurlinjtou, lie assigned for approving said Instrument : and that notion thereof be ittven to all persons concerned, by publishing ibis order threo weeks successively lathe Hurllngton Truo Pros, n nonspuprr printed nt i-ald llurlineton, previous t Hie time appointed. Therefore, yon aro hereby notified to nppear beforo said Court, at the tline and place afore aid. nud contest tho probate of said will, if you have unite. Olven under my baud al Hnrlliiftim In aid dlatriU this 16tU day of Nnvruibsr, 1IUJ lil.wDiv JHSNIE STACY, Keij.ster. 'A Maw B epsriure, Ti.o Ft'.Kl; I'miSi wo"i.n olTered some al sin dly low nricee, lmg du' ' i reullv ma Tin i we pe- 1, e 1j a'e I. log ns Iouk us our subscriber-i at Any I'ooli, i ! 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