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11 A. FOIKUVIXU SP11UT. 'LET NOT THE SUN CO DOWN UPON YOUH WRATH." "Dr. TnlmtiKP ltcciiiiitiiriiils More- of I lie- Sitcclicrlnc mill Less of (lie I hour in Human IilKiKmlllmiM IMif ctitlnir tlm tVnrlit'a ltrviMiKca, Copyright, Louis Klopsch, U99.1 WAslilM.ro-s, Hoe. 10. In this ill ;nurso lir 'l almnizo pluentes tliu world s relieve this disorder nil narcotics and cvc s aid rornnimctids inme of the ncdutlvos and morphine and chloral and uu 1 linen die - of the sour In human bromide ot pota-slum mid eoenlne nnd in livpi .lions, tiM, Kpheslnns Iv, 'JO, "Let t toxicants nrc Used, hut nothing Is nioro not t ic sun go down upon your wrath." ' Important than a quiet spirit If we would What a p.ilw. embroidered of all col-j win somnolence. How is a man going to , hath the dying day! The crndle of sleep when he is in mind pursuing an eti 1 .uds from winch the sun rises Is brim 1 1- emy 7 With what nervous twitch he will 'I enough, but It Is surpassed by tho start out of a dream! That new plan of u v colored mausoleum in which at cornering his foe will keep him wide tvctiing it is buried. ; awake while the clock strikes ll, ll!, I, 2. Sunset nnoiig the mountains! It nl-'l give you an unfailing prescription for nm-t takes one's breath away to recall wakefulness: Spend the evening hours the s me The long shadows stretching rehearsing your wrongs and the best way over the plain make the glory of tho do- of avenging them. Hold a convention o'f parting light on the tiptop crags and friends on this subject In vour parlor or stru k n hint through the foliage the i llice at S or !) o'clock. Clo'se the evening more conspicuous. KnlTroii and gold, ,y wilting a bitter letter expressing your pi. pic and crimson commingled. All tho sentiments. Take from the desk or pl asties cloud in oontlagraticin. lturn- geunhole the papers in the case to re- I- g Mos o- on the sky. Hanging gar- fresh your mind with your enemy's mean dens of at their deepest blush. n0s. Then lie down and wait for the Manners of vapor, red as if from carnage, coming of the day, anil it will come be in he battle of the elements. The hunt- fre sleep comes, or your sleep will bo I I- ..mong the Adirondack and the Swiss worried quiescence and, if you take the village aiiio..g tin- Alps know whnt Is a precaution to lie tlat on your hack, a n inset anu.rg the mountains. After a frightful nightmare. ftorm at sea the rolling grandeur Into why not put a bound to your animos which the sun goes down to bathe at Itv V Whv let vom- fnes .-01110 Int.. il,.. nightfall i-. something to make weird and tq lendld dreams out of for a lifetime, Ue.vnnder Smith in his poem compares iht. slmnt t.i Mlm Imfl-im linncl. nf hell " - - J" '.--" " . . . . ,.... . .i . . . n' uus wni 'ieriui spccinc-ic t,i nninre .rs me th.uk of the burnished wall of Ii aven. Paul in prison, writing my text, freshing, all invigorating sleep? Whv annoyance too mnny; not one exaspera- ii members some of the gorgeous sunsets ,t fence out your enemies bv the "oldcii on ton ""ln.v! "ot 0110 outrage too many, ni nng the mountains of Aia Minor i,nrs of tho sunset? Why not stand be- 1 ollr Heavenly Father knows how much Kid how he h id (.Hen seen the towers of ,id tK, barricade ot evening cloud and ' -vou ca" carry. Damascus blae in tho dose of the ori- say to them, "Thus far anil no farther." Again, we ought not to allow the pas ntnl days, 'Hid he Hashes out thin mem- Many a man and many a woman Is hav- ' as:i' ot t'u" sunset hour before the ills ry in the text when he says, "Let not jng the luiilth of bodv as well as tho mi"0' f ollr affionts, beeuu&e wo he sun go down upon your wrath." health of soul eaten n'wny by a i.ialcv- ' ni'y associate the sublimest action of the Sublime, all suggestive duty for people olent spirit. I have In time of religious ' f"11' (llL' sublimest spectacle in na il, n and propl" now! Forgiveness be- awakening had persons night after night . 1,u'0, 11 ls " Inost delightsome thing to .ne sUid"Vtn' He who never feels the n,.,o !..,. ,i... i i.... i ..... ... i have our tiorsonal exner ences allied witli ht-cb of id. lignntiim Is Imbecile. lie who an wais auiorg mo injustices ot me i rle indicted . pon himself and others mthout I' li f cheek, or Hash of eye, or tgitation cf natuie, is either in sympathy .th wrong or senil-idiolic. When Ana- ( i as, the high priest, ordered the eonsta- ' ' 'S ot the courtioom to smite Paul on u mouth, Paul tired up ami said, "Hod jliall smite thee, thou whlted wall!" In he sentence immediately before my text Pnul commands the Iiphesians, "He ye angry and sin not." It all depends on v hat ycu are mad at nnd how long tho feeling lasts whether auger U right or wren. Life N full of exasperations. I'aul a'ter David. Srecoth after Hidoon, Korah after Moses, the Pasquins after Augustus, the Pharisees after Christ, and every one has had his pursuers, nnd we are swindled nr belied or misrepre- sented or persecuted or in some way wronged, and the danger is that health- ;...lin ..... l.l! i I .in iimiiiaiiiui muni ui'i.111111.' iiuiciiii Nuiie r . 4 . ,. c,, , uud that our feelings settle down into a f''- rier to be won than a strong " the attempt .. practice it. Sbakes nrnlnnced nutnnnrin,. nf ...n,r ,ii,.i, ' city. Are there not enough sacred mem- ! I"'!lrt' wrt-' ten plays before he reached ing to God nnd ruinous to ourselves, and , ori,'s ot ynt childhood to bring you to hence the imnortant iniunetion of thn Kether? text. "Let not the sun sro down ntion vour ! wrath Iteiircsslon of Out1! Temper. Why that limitation to one's anger? Why that period of llamlng vapor set to punctuate a tlaming disposition? What lias the sun 't got to do with one's re- sentful emotions? Was it a haphazard lentiment written by Paul without spe- dal significance? No, no; I think of fiv easons why we should not let the sun ki uciuie uur i. inper. l ust, because 1J hours is long enough ju his biography of I'rederlck the Great So be cross about any wtong inflicted says the old king was told bv the con lipoo 11s. Nothing is so exhausting to fPhSor he must be at peace with his ene pbysical health or mental faculty as a mies if he wanted to enter heaven. Then protracted indulgence of ill humor. It he said to his wife, the queen, "Write to neks tho nervous system. It hurts the your brother nfter I am dead that I for digestion. It heats the blood In brain Kjvo him." P.oloff, the confessor, said, end heart until the whole body is first "Her majesty had better write him im "verheated and then depressed, liesides mediately." "No," said the king; "after hat, it sours the disposition, turns one I nm dead. That will be safer." So he tside from his legitimate work, expends (.t the sun of his earthly existence go nergies that ought to lie better employ- down upon his wrath. Hi and does us more harm than it does Again, we ought not to nllow the sun sur antagonist. Paul gives ns a good, to set before forgiveness takes place, be wide allowanco of time for legitimate cause we mleht not live to see another th nunciation, from 0 o'clock to (! o'clock, buf says, htop there! ntch the do- tcending orb of day, and when it reaches the horizon take a reef in your disimsi- non. i moose your collar and cool oft. Change the subject to something delight-1 fully pleasant. Unroll your tight list ami jbake hands with some one. Hank up' ,he fires at tho curfew bell. Drive tlie growling dog of enmity back to its ken- i n'l.,. i. - .1.! t ...in hi. Jul- u.jiua ui uus inuruiiiK win jiasi ranged it In mat way so as to make the by. and the afternoon will arrive, and the contrast the more glorious. I have seen sun will begin to set. and, I beg you, on sunshiny davs in this world that must Its brazing hearth throw all your feuds, have been almost like the radiance of infectives and satires. heaven. Hut as most people leave the O'her things being equal, the man who earth between sundown and sunrise they jres. i-ves gi.od 1. inper will como out quit this world at its darkest, and hcav alien. An -.Id writer says that the cele- ,.n, always bright, will be the brighter for Irat.d John Henderson of Hristol, Hng- that contrast. Out of darkness into irra land, was at a dining party where pollti- iliation. cal excitement ran high and the debate Shall we then leap over the roseate got angry, and while Henderson wa hank of SKnset into the favorite hunting spenking his opponent, unable to answer ground of disease nnd death, carrying Ins argument, dashed a glass ot wine iu our animosities with us? Who would his face, when the speaker deliberately j want to confront his God, against whom v iped tin liquid from his face and said; j we have all .done meaner things than anv "Tins, sir, is a digression. Now, if you, body has ever done against us, carrying please, for the main argument." While old grudges V How can we expect his worldly philosophy could help but very , forgiveness for the greater when we are 'ew to such equipoise of spirit, the grace not willing to forglvo others for the less? f CJod could belli any man to such a trl-' Napoleon was encouraged to undertake jmph. "Iinpussihle," you say. "1 would the crossing of the Alps because Charle- nave rimer leit tne tame in anger oi Imvc I docked the man down." Hut 1. nave come to neiievo mat notning is ini tlie bleeding footsteps of him who con- or does to you when you have the nlllti possjlde if G id help. ! qitered through suffering, nnd we ought ent God of thesunset ns your provider and Aye. you will not postpone till sundown to be willing to follow. On the night of 1 defender. People talk as though it were roiTiveness ot enemies ir jou enn rcnlize hat their behavior townid you may be i't in i the . italogue of the "all things" that "worn together for good to those, thnt love God." 1 have lind multitudes jf frieiius, 1 .at 1 have found in my own 'xpenence that God so arranged it that the greatest opportunities of usefulness that have been opened before me were opened by enemies.' So you may harness your nntng. mists to your best intereslsl ami compel mem to iiraw you on to net Every f-imily should have its household Jiiedifinn eh. t and th.. first bottle in it J imild be Dr Wooil-. .Vjruav lMi.o SyrUD Nature's lined)- f..r . ni.uli, u,;, NViTATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENT'S iimsis&mmsMKBBaPKamfi ENGRAVED OR PRINTED. FINE STATIONER IN GREAT VARIETY. Free Press Association ,tcr work and higher chnrnctcr, Suppose, instead of waiting until !12 minutes after 1 tills evening, when tho sun will set, you trnnxnet this glorious work of forgive ness nt meridian, We Will Sleep Ilcttcr. Ainlti. we ought not to let the sun go down on our wrath, because we will sleep bettor If wo nrc nt peace with everybody. Insomnia Is getting to lie one of the most ptovalrnt of disorders. How few people vetiic nt 10 (clock nt night and sleep clear throuch to 0 In tho morning! To unnctltl wtit- i..t 1 tjiose slanderers , who have already torn i(mr rrniitatlon to niecs nr iMlmi.il mm- I.....! .. 1......I :.i. f"i i ' tmninr.-n uriKi invi .11111 llll.lIUIIIll P1IIOW . . . ' . " I mil ilrive from you one of the greatest hlosincs thnt (!od can offer swei.t i... peace of soul. After awhile I have blunt- i y asked tlieni "N there not some ouu n'"ainst whom 'vou have n hatred that 1 m, nrt, t wn'llng to give up"'" fter . ii little confusion they liave slightlv whis- ' pored, "Yes." Tlieti I have said" "You ' will never find peace with God as long us Vou retain that' virulence " I ' , ' ' i 111,1 , nl"'lp" Hescntmcnt. . A boy In Sparta having stolen a fox krI,t "im under his coat nnd, though the I f,,x ,V!1S Rnawing his vitals, he submitted ' !t rather than expose his misdeed. Mnnj; a man with a smiling face lias un- d,'r ms jackt an animosity that is gnaw- '"- away the strength of his body and integrity ot ills soul. Better get r; 1 ,,r tlIut "hldon fox ns soon ns possible. , J1-'"' nrK hundreds of domestic circles "'here that which most is needed is tho smnt ot forgiveness. Brothers apait llml "'tors apart and parents and chil- droll nnnrt. Xnlnmnn r.nvs n iirnfhi.i nf. 'rl'e rabbins recount how that N'obu rlinilllimnr'. enn b.i.l ,,,.!, n o,.t(n o-nint I id r.iti.o,. f-,t f.o. ,..nD '.u,i I,.'. i,..'.i Ids father burned to ashes and then put .. . ... the ashes into four sacks and tied them to four eagles' necks, which flew away In I opposite directions ' nd there are now i domestic antipathies that seem forever to 1 ha.'e scattered all parental memories to I the four winds of heaven. How fnr the ! eagles fly with those sacred ashes! The I 0ur of sundown makes to that family no ' practical suggestion. Thomas Carlvle I day. And what if we should be ushered 1 into the presence of our Maker with a grudge upon our soul? The majority ot people depart this life in the night. He- tween 11 o'clock p. m. and II o'clock n. m. there is something in tlie atmosphere I which relaxes the grip which tlie body I 1ms on the soul, and most neonle enter the next world thiough the shadows of this world. Perhaps Hod mav have ar- . marue had previously crossed them. And nil this rugged path of forgiveness bears ! ur depnituie from this life into the uext ,mr one plen will have to be for mercy, and it will have to he offered In tlie ore's- ence of hhn who has said, "If you for give not men their trespasses, neither will your Heavenly Father forgive your tres passes." What a sorry plight if wo stnnd there hating this one nnd hating that one nnd wishing thnt one n dnmage nnd wishing somo one else a cnlnmitv. and wo our- selves needing forgiveness for 10,000 obliquities of heart and life. When our last hour comes, we want it to liud us all right. Ilnte IlrliiKa Ihihnppliirxit. Hardly anything affects me so much In the uncovering of Pompeii as the account of Ihe soldier who, after the city had for many centuries been covered with the nshes and seorhu of Vesuvius, was found standing in ids place on guard, hand on spear and helmet on head. Others lied ot the nwftll siibmergemcnt, but tlie explor er, 1,700 years after, found the body of I that brave fellow In right position. And i It will be n giand thing if, when our last moment comes, we are found in light no- sltion toward (Jod, on guard uud unuf- frighted by the descending nshes from iiiuunt n in of death. 1 do not suppose "uU 1 ""v T";0 ;,f 11 coward than ni.i.si pciqiie, inn i iieeiiirc 10 you nun i would not dare to sleep tonight If there weie any being in all the earth with whom I would not gladly shake hands, lest during the night hours my spirit dis- niivi-d to other rpnlms, I should, localise nt lay uutorglvlng spirit, be denied divine f Jl'elveness. "Hut," says some woman, "there is a horrid creature t lint lias so injured me that rnthor than make up with her I would die first," Well, sister, you nuiy take your choice, for one or the other It will ho- your complete pardon of her or God's eternal banishment of you. "Hut," says somo man, "that fellow who cheated mo out of those goods or damaged my business credit or started that llo about me in tho newspapers of by his pcrlidy broke up my domestic happiness, forgive him 1 cannot, forgive him 1 will not." Well, biother, take your choice. You will never he nt peace with (Jod till you are at peace with man. Keeling as you now do, yon would not get so near the hnrbor of heaven as to see the lightship. Hotter leave that man with the CJod who said, "Vengeance is mine, 1 will repay." You may say, "I will make him sweat for thnt yet; I will make him squirm; 1 mean to pursue him to the death," hut you are damaging yourself more than you ilamage him, and you are making heaven for your soul an Impossibility. If ho will not be reconciled to you, be recon ciled to him. In five or six hours it will be sundown. Tho dahlias will bloom against the western sky. Somewhere be tween this and that take a shovel and bury the old quarrel at least six feet deep. "Let not the sun go down upon your wrath." The Pnllier Knoivs. "Hut," you say, "I have more than I can bear; too much Is put upon me, and I am not to blame if I am somewhat ic vengeful and unrelenting." Then 1 think of the little child at the moving of some goods from n store. The father was putting some rolls of goods on the child's arm, package after package, and some one said, "That child is being overloaded, and so much ought not to be put upon 'll'r" when the child lesponded, "Father knows how much 1 can carry," anil God, nlll' Father, will lint ntlnw Inn much Im. . . 1.1 l.i- -t.ii.i .. . i. i 1"-""""" "is ciiiiiucii. in uie uiiy in eternity it will be found you had not ono COI'n'n subjects. There Is a tree or river 1,11 "K ""ere noil nrst answered your I"'ut. You ill never pass that place ,u" llll,lk of ,l,at I,lne,) without tliinking of ,1,e 1,"''"s communion. There was somp r some room or some garden wa" wll,,'t J'" were nSIinnced with the companion who has been your chief joy in life. You never speak of that place ,Ht w,t)l n M)ll(, S()me o you m,T(, pleasant memories connected with the evening star, or the moon in its first quarter, or with the sunrise, because you Knw it ji'.st as you were arriving nt bar- l,or after a tempestuous voyage. Foiever nnd forever. O hearer, associate the sun- sPt with . lr magnanimous, out and out, unlimited renunciation of all hatred and forgiveness of nil foes, .. f r,.p I admit it is the most difiicult of all graces to practice, nnd nt the start you may make a complete failure, but keep Hamlet" and 17 plays before he reached "Merchant of Venice" and LIS plays be fore he reached "Macbeth," and gradual- l.V 5'OU Will COH1C ffOItl the easier CrSCOS to the most difiicult. Resides that, it Is ,lot a 'natter of personal determination ur. ml. ... In..!nn. l.1.1 ..s nl. H0 mllc'' ns the laying hold of the al- "lighty arm of God, who will help us to (' anything we ought to do. Kemember tlint t'' personal controversies the one 'cast to blame will have to take the first fctep at pacification if it is ever effected, 1'"-' contest between .1'schines and Arls- tippns resounds through history, but "siippus, wi.o was least to ninme, went to .:chines and said, "Shall we not Egtce to be friends before we make our- selves the Inughini stock of the whole country?" And "schines said, "Thou art a far better man than I, for I began the quarrel, but thou hstt been tho first In hcaline the breach," and they were nl- ways friends afterward. So let the one of you that Is least to blame take tlie first step toward reconciliation. The one most in the wrong will never take it. Oh, it makes one feel splendid to be able by God's help to prnctice unlimited forgiveness. It improves one's body nnd soul. My brother, it will make you mens- urn three or four more inches around the chest and improve your respiration so that you can take a deeper and longer breath. It improves the countenance by scattering tlie gloom and makes you somewhat like Hod himself. He is om- nipolont, nnd we cannot copy that. He is independent of all the universe, and if cannot copy that. He is cieative.'and wo cannot copy that. He is omnipresent, his good resolutions lie fell from grace and we cannot copy that. Hut he forgives nnd presently ent his horse around the with a broad sweep all faults, and nil trnck in the fashion of "fas unregenernte neglects, nnd all insults, and all wrong- days. Somebody saw him and reported doings, and in that we may copy him him. He was summarily turned out of with mighty success. Go harness that the church. A day or two afterward a sublime action of your soul to the sun- friend met him and asked him if the dis- setthe hour when the gate of heaven missal from the church had not been n opens to let the day pass into the eterni- great blow to him. Lew was unexpect- ties, nnd some of the glories escape this cdly cheerful. lie was not at all cast way thruugh the brief opening. We talk down. about the Italian sunsets and sunset amid " 'No,1 raid he, 'I think it served me the Apennines and sunset amid the cor- right. I ought to have known better dilieras, hut 1 will tell you how you may than to join a scrub church with no ped- see a giander sunset than nny mere lover igree.' " of nature ever beheld ; that Is, by tling- The Methodist preacher laughed lin ing into it all your hatreds nnd animnsi- moderately. His companion smiled, hut ties, nnd let the horses of fire trample in an embarrassed way. The Methodist them, nnd the chariots of fire roll over finally dried his eyes, them, and the spearmen ot (ire stab them, j "And now, Dr. Herrick," said he, "I and the beach ot lire consume them, and want you to know my friend, the Hev, the billows of fire overwhelm them. Mr. So-and-so," slapping his companion Again, we should not let the sun go on the buck. "He's tho man that turned down on our wrath, because it is of little importance what tho world says of jou; n fixed spectacle of nature and always the same. Hut no one ever snw two sun- sets ulike, und if the world has existed ll.OOO years there have been about U,1!)0,- 01)0 sunsets, each of them ns distinct ' from all the other pictures in the gallery ; of the skj as Titian's "Last Supper," Itubcns' 'Descent From the Cross," ltaphael's'"Transllguration" and Michael i Angelo's "Last Judgment" are distinct from each other. If that (Jod of such in finite resources that he can put on the wall of the sky each evening more than the Louvre nnd Luxembourg gnlleries all iu o ne is l f ,,. nnu your . .01. our foreign trade of the Agentino Republic provider nnd protector, whnt is the usolf0r the first nine months of ehnwml or our worrying about any human antag- onism .' If wo are misinterpreted, tlie. (Jod of th" many colored sunset can put the right color on our action. If ull the garniture of tho western heavens nt oven- tide is hut the upholstery of ono of the winl-iws .it our future home, what small it , i i t i business for us to be chasing enemies'. Let not tills Sabbath sun go down upon your wrath. Tlir Key to Immortality. Mohammed said, "Tim sword is the key of lienveu nnd bell," itut, my hearers, lu the last dny wo will lind just the oppo . . EWle'oT-eVfc.evi!?: At nny drugstore. ' . . DeWltt's Little Early Risers purify tho blood, clean the liver, invigorate tho sys- tein. Famous little pills for constipation mid liver troubles. J. W. O'Sulllvan. Medical Hall; W. P, Hall, Crystal Pharmacy; F. Ii, Pailter, City Drug State; E, Gosselln, Rcllrose Pharmacy, Ii It. Craudal, Wlnooskl. ABSOLUTE SECUBITYb Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills, Must Bear Signatures of See facsimile Wrapper Uelow. Terr email and an lugr to talus as ngnr. FOR HEADACHE. FOR DIZZINESS. FOR BILIOUSNESS. FOR TORPID LIVER. FOR COWSTIiWIOn. tr0R.8AM.0W SKIN. MM ! Ai-f ml tWIMM tun iiituuMrttAiuR n 5 etrm I Joroly XtzoVaAa.VW?&ZnrC, CU"' " ..1. ...... , Site Of t lint f n lin f ritrt. n nil (linf ltft ti-nrd .J. V . 1 V , never unlocks heaven, and that he who heals wounds is greater than he who makes them, and that on the same ring are two keys Hod's forgiveness of us and our forgiveness of enemies and these two keys unlock paradise. And now 1 wish for all of you a beau tiful sunset to your earthly existence. With siime of you it lias been a long day of trouble, and with others of you it will be far from calm. When tho sun rose at 15 o'clock, It was the morning of youth, nd a fair day was prophesied, but by "ll llu"11""." "imuie nic nan come, and the clock of your earthly ex- Mence hud struck 1L cloud racks guth- 'red, and tempest bellowed In the track f tempc.t. But as the evening of old ago approaches, I pray (Jod the skies may brighten and the clouds be plied up into pillars as of celestial temples to which you go, or move as with mounted cohorts come to take you home. And as you "Ink out of r.ight below the horizon, may there be a radiance of Christian example lingering long after you ate gone, and on the heavens be written in letters of sap- phire and on the waters in letters of opal and on the bills In letters of emerald, "Thy sun shall no more go down, neither l.nll ,,,.. .... . Ii.l.n ... t,.,..r t.. .1... cut,,, ..... , . tw.it. ii . ,1.1.1 .. iiat-it, mi iiil- Lord shall be thine everlasting light, nnd the days of thy mourning shall be ended." So shall the sunset of earth become the sunrise of heaven. A CLERGYMAN'S BREAK. Told Good Story to tt Sinn "".'ho liVieiv All About It. The Hev. Or. Merrick, U. S. A., re- tired, who is known and beloved by sol diers nnd civilians alike because of his Inli.lfi li.inrt rtml ltiu l.'inK wit lino .Me tender heart and his kindly wit, has this story to tell of an experience of his down at Fort Monroe: He wns staying at a hotel there last spring, I think It was and among the persons who made his acquaintance were two gentlemen. One of them was a Methodist clergyman from somewhere in Kentucky, and as his tuiuimiiiun nun a clerical ioor aim seeme.i so great a friend to lilm. Dr. Herrick nat- urally concluded that the companion, too, wns a Methodist. The mention of the town where the Methodist preacher lived reminded Dr Herrick of a story, "Do you know Lew So-nnd-so out there in Kentucky, the famous horseman V" ho asked. "Yes," wns the answer. The reverend doctor smiled his kindly smile, "I heai-d a story about him the other day," he said.. "It seems that besides being n breeder of fine horses he was a noted character on the race track. Het- ting and lacing were passions with him. The time came, however, when ho ex pcrienced a change of heart. He was converted nnd joined a peculiar sect call- cd Campbellites, or Christians, a church of very recent origin. For several months he kept him to the strait and narrow way, but one day he happened to be driving a very fast horse, when he nass- cd a race track. He drove in. and despite I-ew out of the church." Washington Post. Xo Fnltli In nnnks. An old Cieorgia negro named Rufus re- cently put n sum of money in the bank, nnd the result is thus described by one 3f his neighbors; "Kver since Hufus put money in de bank he nln't hud no peucu or mill'. He never shet his eye at night for fear de bank'll fail whilst he sleepln, en ever'whar he see de cashier on do street lie foller him roun Ink a dog. He money fix so dat he enn't tek It out right off, en it's de opinion er de wises' mens In de settlement tint dat money gwine ter he de death vr him. Dc fac is, he failin ever' day." an imch of merchandise exports oi-er im ports nniountlng, gold value, to ;:;0,UoO,CCO. A Keen, t'Nur llrnln. Your best feelings, your social poHtlon or business success depend largely on tho m'rfo.yt txc,iU" ot 'our Stomach and Liver. r- , f'"K ,?'''," s FWl l'101 strciiKtM, a koon, rleir brain, hluh amUl- A cent bnx w, ...ai'j.VV.'nna ii new being. Sold by J. V, O'Sulllvan, drugglfl. DUiif hIhl- Slnitiiicii iiUdiir, 1 I Permantly cured by Hie masterly power 'of South Am.t-lcan Nervlno Tmlc. In- 'v.illd need suflcr no longer, becuuso th: 'Si TU," McS weakness und Indlgmuion. T,u Uro bo- 'gins with the first dose. The relief It '. brings Is marvellous and aurprlslng. It 'makes no failure; noor disappoints. No matter how long you have suffered, your euro Is certain under tho use of this great henlth-plvlng force. Pleasant and always safe. 1 Sold by IV J, Henderson it Co., druggist, Jl7 College St., JJurllncton,- VU CARTERS IPlTTLF. IYER H Pi U.S. COL. HENDERSON'S EARLY LIFE IN THE WEST. Ili'w Ilia fatliflr Chnitlied n Mar ami Hi on rmyrtl fur Illln-Orcnt Tlilmt for KnniYlrilga In llnyhiioil-Cnl. nnil Sirs. Iliiilrinn't I.oto Storj. It la exnected In WnalihuHnn tlmf r-ni li. I!, llrndeison will provo to lio one of V IU l,.J UIIU III ' ino nan'est working speakers who ever oeeunled the tiresldlnir nrrieer i umPrH wn" rtmemoer inai niHir.iir .inn nil urn iiinmmiiuii mc, chair m the lower " llo t ic of Co. c eL mathematical work will appr.-clate this jtld Icy waleis, whirling snow i'robalilv the eviieeintlnn will i, vhi i.,i fnr moro tl,,,n nn' yunnwler. Comstork'a Or how they died, nono llvitig know. but L'ol. Henderson would not give up his , social life, If the spenkoriihlp duties who twice as exacting as they are. lie will rontlmin to devoto much time and attiti- uon to nis lriends, and he will conllnno to be tho life of every gathering of which 10 M a member II W rntli..i- rlmiblful thouch VnY.ti, ,.'! ii .. T ,.m i this winYer , ,n i.n '''' f ih wwho the f ret i , .1-- .. .J-'7ir. ! "t-,,," It nnnl.l i.r. i,;,.i ... i -ii .. .r i. notvdho men and nrotiv ..iVu ,vi, i... . V";.: . prob.ibly not found I. , ns.b n n L to be lnu ".? . V.. l.'niveo-lly, at Wept iJifayetle, nt ...inw ai,,i ,i, in... ;:J ' ,v, ..,. . - '""eiie.iiB .,, p n Henderson was In 1 " llV. I" '.'si seventeen or c ghlccn .,i i,.,t,,iir,. m livit ni liniion bin hotb "u""iul"' . euieriy aiue o years. They say that he Is an light on his 1"' l,""tJ . J,",' '.'i L'i'l ' . i.m "whc" "ttl,! ,Il,rl' an'- I. wentdown' y ng between ieei as n iioth of them were natural, but V . .. . V, . , , V. V ...... town to-day," sho sobbed, "t he conductor ' ; iciotpnoro J n- luuei ii.iri nr I ti lltnli Hn ittiu -. . . : .... VJll. WI'll. Ill' p'lilii. l tviilllilll I lt-L LiirtL . t i . . 'in tini..iinm.,n .i or H' civil war. I no iiiantKr oi inn en- a well l- m 1 7!1'"'' Th wlfe "r llstment had been so dramatic that ever wa l "pu " win, b 1 h .W'!S rC Wi'S seeking to know him, and he wm th. v -lnl, vev,.. "''.i ,lt,;,'!lte,1, ",I,t fl'-f" by a friend to call on Miss Vox. liln.l ,V' ' U' volcni'X ex: I The evening of that call was one of the leeeillnc- in h.'r I. " , ' ... . '. . .hur ri,l'"''". adding: ! have not reerse.l madnme, since the civil.- . ' 'lf,now, lonu o j. pg.tig. .w wnr." me ciiij?0Xi t00i was musical and they sung to- His imHiinf i.n.i . ii . ... gelher; the young wonvin also sang a solo th i the cohTiiel unl L, . l,1,UTl,l! ,r or wo, nccompanlng berrelf upon the ml r., n whv .? b . ',' '""p BUllar, which she nngeieel with taste and 'in " he clvl ' ",;t ';'-vor.or- ,p,ini. it chancl thnt the call wns made iightened v nr u ! ? "e'V"' i1'"'" C"" io night before Henderson's ,p pnrture D a "d llrcii. e J n ' "r,llk , , for the South, nnd thus it produced a .h ep to work wl r , ',. , 1!,l''m'l'.l'ff Imiiiwjlon u on both, though as yet ttinV 'n'V ThV ' . e ? . was conscious of any special aU ilien ni,u- ., ,r. " " ..' , i . nine iii.iu DctiuutKi, was i oecuiiylng tlie "Cro.T farm" near I'.ock- 1 foul. 111. HiH nrst tnsk us-set .it harvest time in llv wheat held. Ills luilicr .u.il his olilT, slnlunrt brelh'is weio lolling at the cradling and binding of the golden Kiulll. Illeso things Welo bevoml the z?t wejw V!" ." !.u.M.CV1V,;bS,!,,le0,,B,lV1 t1l,",,,,",,"lrs E ' L u mll;1,lt llum v. s th. 'Z. m ; , V m (-""ge.st was tin- special put of tho mother. And uitiiough this brave w oman d .i ,ii conking, ii.e washing, tho mend ns-hi short, all the wom..n!s work tor 'tho entiro or an afternoon to go out into tho harvest field nnd relievo the family's roly-poly baby of his task, bidding him llo down In tho shade of a wheat shock meanwhile and take a nap. Tlie new speaker's mem oi y contains no more highly prized pic ture uisin mat ol nis mother as she look a e . -fnr 1 r. ,lcla tO,BlV0 o mirgnZttTibiets 'of hl memory are the circumstances of the family's removal from Illinois to tho n irtnw. stern part of Iowa where fieocge, for settling, which afterwards was known as Hend"rson's Prairie. The journey was p.i.le partly over tiew pralrio roads and p.utrj through wooded territory. live watrons. one. nf them l.pinn- ,in.,i i. horses and the other four bv oxen, of Whlcll lllr. lln,ln.onn I... 1 .I.V.. .1 icre required to move the family and the possessions. Tho outfit was almost ex ' ..'..cui..-i It,, ll .'IllIlL JUIll' Ah,r,i n'cof,' 1.,.!": I,1''.'," "'a.n'.V:lr- drlv. n alongside, nnd ono wagon was load ed with cages containing tlie family poul tiy Tlvy stopped off nights wher.i good voter and irrass were to be fuund. and t in llv wagons Tlie weather was inlny from the h.-gln- "rVb 'V.. ' "V'S --. ... ..,.. uiitiiunii ti.,-11 ii ,.r. At one point a stranger was asked t" snow the traveller a ford over which the tivam might be crossed. He Indicated an all'.ged shallow place, and the caravan at tempted to pass. Hut the man had lied; the water was too deep for lording, tile uie water was too deep for lording, tile wagons were flooded away on the bosom of tho stream, tho chickens e-ont .ied in their cages we e all , ro n , ml ov r I ,,r ,., 1 1 . . " . , . .IV : ' ol the Hendersons themselves barely es cap. d, being obliged to sulm for ihelr llv. s. Resides, n lot of i ecIous book-, brought fiom Scotland, weie lest In the muddy streum. When all hnd reached the f ether observe , ;.. w 1 u i Ji i ' i i .h. , . i. . slioie Hend?-soti, Hint tho stranger whh laughter. Ho had thounht It quite I u,i .i,... n...i .i.,n,i... i i i. i i " " . , " " JOKe ' di nC Vic-'" .'i.inuiii .....io m-a. The Joker grinned and "allowed" that the incident hud It funny ldo In his eyes. ..v,. . r,,'.,, ,,,,,. iu ,..li.,l juit ,1 tllutn or two," quoth Hjnderson. wheitupon lie squared on and bit tho fellow a sound clip dire-otly betwetti the eyes, knocking him down as a butcher fells an ox. When the man go up Henderson knock cd him down n'galn, and this was repeated .M .l . ' Jlenderion was 'too mueh of a man to strike whllo his o.t.on..it was down, but f.lt that punishment had been dcerved and took wat plensure In administering it. Tho old man's eharaetor was u-ettv u ....?'..,. -.VV . " . ....'. J-"A ...dalwy'hun idscuslom.ohomfnm: ny prayers twice a uay ami ne eiiu not omit thnm even while journeying ncns tne west in iirairles and through the Western wiidern aV Vhc cioo of his' 1 a social neiltlon In behalf nf the man he had thr ished, tho prayer running about as follows: "O Lord, thou knowest Hint It was nee.lfill this day for thy servant to elms- llso a liar and Joker who, in his sliu'ulnerj, did put thy servant und tlie members of ,his family In danger of their live's. (' Lord, thou knowest that what was done by thy servant was done with an eye sintla to thy glory that tho wrctchid nnu might perceive tho error of hln ways and , turn fr nn them. .now, o Lord, wo pray thee to bo mer lift! 111 im nit'i Mtlt! ti-i (ItIj lh.,n tUnt Punishment he siiffWedtiils day nmy To sanctified to thy glorification and to tno good of Ida soul; that bc lesson against lying and all deceltfnliies-i which thy ser vant Bought to teach may sink deep Into tho sinner's nenrt, and that ho may he led to seek tlmo, to tho ultimate salvation of his Immortal roul, Amen." That was In Wlscorsln. The Misslsslnnl llm.l.ln1 trx .1... l..-l.ln.,,ln,l wiiH crossed on a ilatboat, but Just befoio tliat noble river wan reached someone ran nnd some woro distressful, but none morn so th.m tho misfortune that hefel on tho III st night after their arrival at their new hnnv. ou.irterlng thcinwlves lu an old a jol... to lie io travellers and then watch ,, ' ' ,, .,.. '.. r.. "man-ir.,! m and .May. ' ISO), next, at 10 o'clock n. in., and June ne-xt. at 1 o'clock a. m. on cah them llouiidering nbc.ut In ihe water. Hut I ' , pi ; . , i iw. lust after on ench of .-a d days. of said days. his mini, was of short duration. Walk- rcnncMv D;UC'1 this 3th day of November. ISM. Dated this fourth day of December, ISM. Ing -olenilv un to the Jesting falsifier the tl,c colonel " on '"'V'0, Internal collec- PERRY MILES. A. E. HATES, brawny bio id-sho Idcre ol 1 ot ,1 ,or 0? l,l" dlst'ict' wlth headquarters at s. c. HAVi HE.VHY HATES. tiirVhiriloriUy: D- , , Commissioners. 88.n-.St Commissioner. away with all tho horses at night and ll " years pain over ..ii.ki io uociors io there to contest me uiiowanco oi Haiti no- oi sam ueceiiscu, u icsvuuiik io .s.ii.i ti iiu member of lho narty liad pursued tho euro a Running Soro on his leg-, Then they ' count lf you wo cause, and to establish that It would be ..etieticlal to the heirs and VZf i. - ..I,,.! L V, i.... . , "Jl ,i ,. wanltsl to cut it off hut ho cured It Willi . your right as heirs, legatees, and lawful all ix rsons Interested 111 the estate . f dd hlef ten miles In older o recover the un- w aniwi to cu t o . mi ne cureu 11 ;,,.,,,,,; ol r,.sldue. deceased, to sell the whole of the real es. Imals. In fact, the mala.lventuro of iho one box ot HuckhMi s Arnica Sah e. G mr- t-'f,, lum,.r my hnnd, this 2.M day of tate of said deceased, and conv. rt the llendert-ons on the iournev wero mnnv. . nnteed cure for Piles, .o cents a Lox. v..,mh, a. I). lM'.i. same Into monev. leg houso that stood on lho premises, and rolleviM In six hours by "Now Great South the hIuh-p under a shed, the family slept 'American Kidney Cure." It Is a crcnt sur lho sleep of (ho Just and tho wearied. !prlso on account of Its exceeding prompt Next morning tho cure of tho sheep was ness In relieving alu In bladder, kidneys ono of tho Ilr.it duties to bo Icokul after. mil alas; though the anlmam wer there, they were all dead III the night tho w.iivl-b nan aiincKcu meni, minwiug noics lu their ne-ks und sucklnif their blood N't ono was left alive. David Premier Homlerson was under ten wluti th fninlly settled In Iowa, but be lind to do his share of whatever wor.e there was to do the year lound. Yet ho put In almost as many hours" reading and studying as he did at work more In tho winter time. Uooks being scarce, natural ly ho read whatever bo could get, borrow ing from the neighbors after the volumes beloiig.ng to tho fiurJly had been gouo througli, In till way lie got hold of a wornollt physiology nnd nnntomy, and this iirovcd as Inlorostlng to the boy who was deatined to be r.pcnker as lh' most ahsorblng work of lletlon -iinll liiivo Iw.pii. Ite re ul mill re-read that old textliook on tho body till ho knew It almost by he.irt from cover to cover, nnd then, being guided only by the description and plates and tho conformn- lion of anlnul's hones, lie set about tho tnsk of making n skeleton out of hits of wood. Col. llend'TSon has said repeatedly , that tho study of that old hook and tho ' miking of thnt counterfeit human frnm when a boy has proved of incalculable benelll to lilm In more than ono law suit In which expert K&lirnony by surgooim and physicians linn been n feature. When he was fairly In his teens Uavirt was able to lead the binders In (ho hnr- vest field, nnd tho llrst summer ho did tills he took up tho study of Ilay'n nrlth- mctlc, going througli tho nitlro wot It and rolvlng nil the problems ll contained, though giving to Itn study only tho time . . .. ... . unvolnu lM" oiaer men io icjti. urn- Old 1 w"f, v n a diversion that year, and when It failed to amuse, he sought relaxation In writing long letters In rhyme to n cousin who llv- . cd In Illinois. Col. Henderson's, family Includes Mrs. I "riHHisuii, i mi kiiu nup iiduiiuicrs, una. married. Jllss Hello Henderson, tho younger d uighter, lives with her parents "' I wll known 'n Washlngtoii. Mm Henderson, a son and two daughters, one !llt.nleron Is a prime fnvorlf here. Sim 'was n Miss Kox before marriage and her father was. he principal merchant atVest I'nion. la. hue was a suioeiu ni ino upper Just after ho bad enlisted, at iiioneginnmg pleasiuitest In tho young men's life H ' thc . ...... ioml of .:..- Mi!I( traction for the other. They did nol meet again until nfter his return from the frrtit. Ill ISO., when he as studying law at Dubuque. The young soldier law-student had mnde somewhat of a I'.iinc for Himself in the rfouth, having ... 1" I,'.' , been wounded grievously twl'f nnd r ' mirhrave;.;0:;;?,,"; cause of "Zo uTS. earnest chap vVho liad foregone sod-ty for study at i'piu- Iowa ,:,V(r.ty. .s,in ,lc occasionally took a n..i.. .i i , i . lire, but he uuie recreation, ami ono evening ne ai - , 1 , , n'V,cp, OI.,un uv? i ,s ?.r', 'nK Ca le then In the shortly after they had been seated nyoung Impulsively on hoartng II. ml -.m's name mentioned She wan fascinatingly pre'.iy mid her face P,emed familiar. In n mo- ment ho r..,i.e,r.'.eid-lt was ihe fac- of I."".."' in ..win. -i v.tw. ......v.. n5"ig on the night before his departure MJsri'V,r memory to him often on the Held, in camp, on tho picket lino nnd on the march in tlie South. iletween the acts they renewed Ihelr ac- be called upon her. She was In Dubuque for a few weeks only, studying piano mu sic, sho told him, and, being an extremely conscientious student, was practicing eight i , t,.,.. .,:. ,...,.1 Y.. ,,,.., ,,1,1, ""' " ( r'"- . . " "' . a display of her skill, and it seenvd to '""l lOlll HO OUP WHO COUU1 IHU.V il Bill! could needed to practice so Interminably. t'niler tho spell of her fas.lnatlon he de cided In his own mind that ho needed more recreation and miBRcsted that .hey slmuld attend muHleal entertainments togetlir occasionally. Put, though thanking him. graciously nnd with sincerity sho declin ed ni tho ground that she hadn't the time. Wh.il tho culler went from tho house l.e j was struck by the iimne:s or me siais , . i.....i. . .-. n.i rnii, .1... rrimenl'was a gloVy of stellar" brilli c.v. It was months before they met nvaln. ,ln .l.-i v lint c5 I be vnllllir e'.iloliel Was stepping aboard a stean er for a trip up the river, he was met by ii friend who asked If ho'd bo willing to look after the '.., of voune womm iafMg.T on nr ,? he ? v oul.l Ihoul-h he tlle ',0'lt- , 1 ,toll,rM ;1Q 0"'b l0n U,u " , ' was surprised when he saw that ho young woman was Miss Fox. Their river young woman was Miss 1-ox. -1 licit- river ageiltiHt the estate of Sarah J.uv K.ildwin. of Huntington, in aai l district, de li 1 1 was pleas-nut, and from that time on, late of Shelburne. !n said dl.strlet. deceased ceased, and also all claims and de for months thev men often. In many and also all claims and demands exhlb.t- mands exhibited in offset thoruto, and six rcsneets liesides the musical, their tastes cd In offset theieto; and six months from months from the day of the date hereof I I.1CI IS, II f.UIS HI'. ll.U ll.il, linn . .1,,,. nf Hi r. l.i.rnnf l.nl.ir- n nir.irt hng IlloU'Cd bV Said COUTt fOT that Olir- dmll.ir. and it soon , b.-came app irent to 1,10 Y'w"l fb'ncl that there was only ono girl In all the world for him. One day he told her about It. and sho s-alel well, bridetrroom sailed elouti the river on steamboat to the historic old town they havo calud Mr homo CVPI. Mm.e: nn(l , .at Unie "lMyl !ok ,lt tliat llme 0r UlUU oa,a Ulercnt THE SENATORIAL CONTEST. (From the Hrattleboro Reformir.) Hn-CIov. Dillingham himself puts a qule ", lho tal1 of ct(l"C ''Im out of fl.ii. niT.iit'u i'nv tin tin sprmti liv nlpptlnc? Wn. to tho House. In a letter to tho Wn b-or Jm i. al e, s.. ys: 1 "ot '.' .,' . ! , candidate, for the House, but am as 1 havcj been, slnco aenator Morrill s deolh, a can- dl.lato for the Senate, and nrono,e to r.- main In the held until the .people's ivkc. sentatlves have determined tho question by election." Tho scheme Is ono incubated bv L. H. Hayes In Grout's employ, audit died I Tho Grout papers are now telling tpe I' lnsido history" of the appointment of C. 'A. Prouty to bo Interstate commerce corn- mlssloner. Tliey say it was none on me recommendation of Geo. Grout who was first offered tho position hltuself. Thn Matrment credits Gen. Grout with excel- , , 1 ,, iiclpctlnn lb ill b iinu ji.u,.,.. ... -c" why It pt-ovos mat no snouni ne senator Instead or uniingnam or .i-rauiy ih not so plain. (From the Noithflold News.) The schemo to side track ex-Gov, 1)11- ., . - . (... i ""rt"'" ... v ! , "? ,,S f I J!!!!S U WH .ll-WU ll ...V. ..v.w.. ,v - FREQUENTLY. "Pa, what I.s a drawti battle?" "It ls ono In which tho enemy has ralhor tho best ot It." Puck, Paid llrnr P.ir Ills Leg. D. Wanton 'of Thnckervllle, Tex., In J. W. O'Sulllvan, druggist. Heller III Six llniirn. niKti-essliii- Hladder and KIdnov Diseases m,d back In male or female. Relieves re - tcntlon of wuter almost immediately. If , you want quick relief and onto this la the remedy Sold by W. J. Henderson & Co., 172 Col- lego St., Hurllnstou, vt. Mrs. R. Churchill. Berlin, Vt says, 'Our baby was covered with running sores. DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve cured her."A specific for piles nnd fikln diseases, Beware of worthless counterfoils. J. W. O'Sulllvan, Medical Hall; W. P. Hnll, Crystal Pharmacy; F. II. Pmker, City Drug Store; E. Gossollti, Ilebrose Pharmacy, E, R. Crandaii, Wlnooakl. ...i. .,i... ....i.i i, ..i ui.m.Ai.1. in ,i strict r,.i ii... i.ut i- ri .in v.: ni .iiiiiiiiiv iriee. on me 1 1 rs i haiuruavH or e eoru.irv T1II2 WtlKCIC OP TIIU rorm.ANn. Xovcmbcr, ISPS. Those on N w Kig nd'a rocky shorn, Whom liroke tho turf with thtunrrous lo.ir Knew whnt November'; wildest galo .Meant to the few belated tall That .till laekeil port when daylight gray To dei-peM gloom of night gave way. How humm skill oft failed to savo Kiom counttsn perils of tho wave, Unmindful what her fnto might l.o, The l'ortl.md soimht tho open sea; Her h'iman freight, with courage grim, Saw Iloton'.s cheery lights grow dim. llrler w is tho voyage, and their last; The ghostly Islands failed fast, Kalnt grew the round of warning bell, And them Is little more to tell, The terrors of that dreadful night, When, lifted by resistless might, Vast billows topped to I'm dcelt And nmoto co.cn stnndlng thing to wrcot, ..... ......l t, . , ..,. . uu win Ki',-.t-". nuw iiiuiiy uieu Doomed louder yet the crashing waves', A solemn knell for those whoso graves Were strewn far down the waste of sands, Nut dug. but heaped, by their rud" handn. For we-ks, through cold and wind and rain, lain, Some riwunl one was soui The sullen re t scant wrec And ho,. was given up al sought In vain; reckago CJHt at Inst -CMAHI.ra HRYANT CIIIINBY. Waterbury CVntre, Vt Nov., 1SK). bother me. What'rt a nickel to us?" 'It Nn't the nckel." she IndlKnantly re plied. "It's th" imvcrtinmee of tho brute of a condilofir In Insinuating that It Is poss-ble for me to tho mother of a child more than 10 yean Old. Chicago Times II. raid. Digests what you eat. It artificially cllcc-tsthcfood and aldi IVIIJ'.IU'J 11 11UIVI. ,,t,... ti. urttini Dyspepsia Cure, f nn,!L,'i" ",' 1 Nature In strengthening and recon n cot i,','-'stnictlnfthe uihauatod flli-ptivp nr- , Bns. It isthelatestdiscovereddlRMt- nut and toulc. No other preparation can approach it in effloiency. It in- it , li 1 sianny roueTes ana permanently cures ' yspcn?. tnaigcsuon, iieartDurn, , Flaf'-Snce, Sour Stomach, Nausea. ..Mr T tt. r'C...m..,. T-.li TTn. tt' n 1 . - ,t V, ". ..r , ,r ",at L, "STrr ,M m In "'armarj. I,. It. Cranda.l. Inoo.skl. v O lllll.ftll, .,1.-1111.(11 llil.l, V, J. irker. llrllroso I ,., ... , , r r. frpp Prpoo Gives 00 columns every week for it year $1.00. N'c other paper in Vermont can suy tli is; no other paper gives so much news as the FIIEE PHESS. You have a neigh hor who docs not take the FREE PHESS possibly he borrows your copv send us b is name and ' ' ... ... , we will send him a sample copy ol tho best Woekly paper in Vermont, 96 col umns ol news a weoli, $1 year. i ICSTATK OP SAUAH JAN'H P.ALDWIN, ......... . V e, the subscribers, having Pointed by the Honorable the Pr Court lor tllc Ub"rlet of Chittenden, mlssioners to r.-e.-lve. examine and r Uu, c,.llnls nrt dcmands of all pe niruliwt the estate of Sarah Jan. U.il the Probate , com- ci.iti.ia nnH dotmi ml nf .-ill ner.siins ;, (ov hnt pun,0S(r wo llo, tlr,,fon.i i.reby give notice that we wi 1 aU,.nd to the business of our appointment at the town hall. In Hlnes'jurgh. in snld ESTATE OF IRA H. WICKER. STATE OF VERMONT. District of Chit- tenden, To all nersons concerned In the estate of Ira H. Wicker, lato of Charlotte, In .-.aid district, deceased, GREETINt"!: At a Probato Court, holden at Hurling- ton, within and for the District of Chit. tenden, on tho 2Sth day of November, liS9. an Instrument purporting to be. tho last wlll and teritamint ot Ira 13. Wicker, lute of Charlotte, in said district, deceased, was prase rn'nhiiti nted to the court aforesaid, for (o'un'rooms m ' sahi liSrUnVtSn. bS 5i? signed for proving snld Instrument; and thhal notc0 tneroof bo given to ail per- S0I1S concerned, by publishing this order ihree w.v-Um Kieeessivelv In the Hurllntr- ton Weekly Ko less n.mper puh. ll.shed at said Hurllngtcn, previous to tha I "IL'iV.'J.Vl 'So'.. herehv notified to iu. ' rm'rufor5- V,aIl,2.!'re?:: "t.m.!,'i.i0 ft SS'J!. Given under my hand at Hur'lngton. in ,i,i .iiutic ii,ia "Mk dnv nr -nvfmhr said district, this 2Mb. day of November, .MARCELLLS A, UI.NU1IAH, K.wSt Juelg ""J. T,' .TH OF VERMONT. District of Chit enden. ll" iiumuai. iiej ivi ,..o M.I.. . I li.rt ... 1,.1, I. a Cnill.. .AV . V. . iinci oi e niiienucii, To all persons hiterested In the estate r.f jewjiu . i-iney. m.uiu oi jtraiu, in cam tllinkll. , UMI.II.T ,., uiii,cil.u, Whereas, said court has assigned tho "M .inv nf December. 1KO. next for the ri.i.L-m.v-. x cpiiipuiiHiii oi uu- tHiuiiiu ui J settlement of the account of the executor f . t ...111 I lS t II 111 1 1 1 CT .InSI till , ? . "?- J"l!L L Jl";, UIIU UU 11 ...l." v.. ,'l.t..., 1,1 decease 1 a id orderee th it miblle otlce thoreof be given to 11 persons interest... T in eald estate" by pub- ilshlnu thW order three week successive- ly previous to the day assigned, m tlie llurllngton Free Pi ess- a newspaper nub - llshe-el In llurllngton In said district. Therefore, you are hereby notified to appear at the Probato Court rooms In . . , .r. n.. ...I 1.1... ..t liuriltlgiotl, llll III." i.niKHCU, llicu nnu MARCHLLUS A. HINGHAM. 22,w,3t Judge. ESTATE OF ASAIIEL L. HULETT. ii .Ai"rciiniinu We, the subscribers, having been ap pointed by tho Honorable tho Probate Court for tho District o: unittenderi, com ! 'nl"f" to rece ihe claims and demands of all persona ugalimt tlio eHtiite of Asaliel L. llulett, Into of Plattsbnrgh. N. Y., Ii said dlstilct d'- ceased, and also nil claims and demand exhibited lu offset theteto; and six mouths tiom llio day of the date heicof being al- lowed by said court for that purpose wo do therefore hereby give notice that wo will attend to the ilutlns of cur appoint - .jint nt Uu. lowie elerk'K ofllce. nt llunt. Ingtcn, Vermont, lu said district, un the lost Fridays of January and May. WX next. it 10 o'clock a. in., oti each of snld days'. . UJiea mis .om yiiv en .oveinoer, --rj, GEORGE S.VVLKS. HENRY nREVVSI-.R. 3w,3t Commissioners. HSTATM OV SMITH WUIOIIT, UUIt I.INUTON 8TATI0 OK VUHMONT, District of Chit tonden. To all persons concerned In the cstnto of Smith Wright, late of llurllngtnn In o.iid (llfitrlft. deetiscd, i . .... OHUETINO: At a Probate Court, holden at Burling ton, within and for tho district of Chit tendon, r.n tho 30th day of NovcmtxT, q9, an Instrument purporting to be the lust will and testament of Smith Wright, !at .f llurllngton, In suld district, deceased, was presented to tho court aforesaid, for pro bate. And it Is ordered by said court that tho SOtli dny of December, !XO, at tho Pro bato Court Hooms, In said Hurling ton, bo assigned for proving said Instrument: and that nottco thereof bo given to all persons concerned, by pub lishing this order three weeks successively In tho llurllngton I'rco Press, a newspaper published at said llurllngton, pievious tj the time appointed. Therefore, you are hereby notified to ap pear before said court, at the tlmo and place aforesaid, and contest the probate of said will, If you have cause. Given under my hand at llurllngton, in ald district, this :i0th day of November. MAHCKI.LI.S A. HINOHA.M, 23,w,3t Judge. K8T;ATIJ OF .1. II. MAYNAHD, H1JH- lil.MI 1U.N. 6TATK OP VDHMONT, District of Chit tendon, ss. The Honorable, tho Probate Court for tha D.strlet of Chittenden. To tho heirs and ull persons Interested In tho rotate of John I:. Mnjmird, into ol ilurlltiBton, in said district, decmsed, ijHlJK'tl.NO: Whereas, applleiiIon hath been mode to this court In writing, by the adminls. trator of the cstuto of J. II. Maynard, lr.t of llurllngton, in sxtid district, deceased inuring lor license ana nutboilty to . Jie u.umino .Aiiiynarci or sum uur. remises slltiute on the south. r .North Yvlnoo.skl avenue buids ot Mury McGettricV errien, Known as o, 2m suld apilicatlon that th. ri life entered Into n con- PonveV tlie K.Tfn,.- tho cnnrlltlnn, of which contract did not mature fully uiuii iiner nis decease; mm mat t'.e eon- dltlorw of said contract have now matured and the said Klumlne Muytiard. demandJ OI, """"iMiraior a need or tlio same. Whereupon tho said court nnoolntp.l nnd assigned the aith day of December. IWt, at tho l"rolKito Court rooma, in said district, to hear and decide upon said ap plication, and ordered that publla notice thereof bo given to ull person interested therein, by publishing ald or der, together with the time and pla.c of hearing, three weeks surcotslvely In th Burlington Free Press, a newspaper which circulates In the neighborhood of those persons Interested In said estnt, all whloh publications shall be previous to tha day assigned for hearing. Thorofore, you are hereby notified to appear bofo'e said Court, at the time and place assigned, then and ther In said Court to make your obiectlon to the granting of such license, If you see causo. 'liven under my hand, at the Probate C-.urt Iloonut, thi 3th dav of December. Wn MAItCBI.DAS A. PINGHAM. -!.w.3t Judge. ESTATK OF JOHN CL.VRK. SHEIj. IIURNK. We. the subscribers, having been ap pointed by tho Honorable the Probate Court for the District of Chittenden, com m:ssioners to receive, examine and adjust the claims and demands of all persons against tho estate of John Clark, late of Shilburne-, In mild district, deceased, and a.so all claims and demands exhibited In offset thereto; and six months from the day of the date hereof belnir nt. 1 lowed by said Court for that Dumoae. w do th' reforo hereby give notice that we will ati'iiti to tne duties or our appointment at the "tore of lli.I.erts & Deyett-. In Sh 1. bump village. In n.iid distri. t cu the last Fridays of January and May. rw, next, at 1" o'clock a. m., on eoch of said days. Dated this 10th day of November, lfi'j. G. N. IIOBKKTS., UDWAlUi SAXTON, 23, w It Commissioners. ESTATE OF HENRY TIIOHP, CHAR LOTTE. V'e, tho subscribers, having been nj pointed by tho Honorable the ProS-te Court for the District of Chtttendeti, com miss.oi.ers to receive, examine and adjust the claims and demands of l!1 persons ng.-iln.xt the estate of Henry Thorv, late of Charlotte, in said district deceased, and also all claims and don.ands exhibited in offset thereto; and six taonths from the day of the date hereof being allowed by ald court for that purpose, we do there, fore hereby give i.otice that we will attend ,to ,u'0 l,lltl,t r,r !,r. nni,0,ntmtJil at ul resldmeo of the late Henry Thorn, in Charlotte, in said difstrlet, on the first Fridays of Febtuaty and June, liti), next, at 10 o'clock a. m., on each of said days. Dated this 1th t'ay of December, ISM. SIDNEY E. RUSSELL. LEONARD C. RAY. ;.l.w.3t Commissioners. ESTATE OF DAVID M. ROSS, lll'N'T- 1NGTOX. 1 We, the subscribers, having been ap hren nn. 1 nointed by ihe Honorable the Probate Court for tho District of Chittenden, com- m-ssioners to receive, examine ana adjust the claims and demands of ah Dersons against the t.stnte eif David M. Roeta. lata pose, we do therefore hereby give notice that we will attend to tho duties, of cur appointment at the late dwelling house ot this deeedmt. In Huntington, In srtid dia- JOEL TUCKER'S E.STATE. STATE OF VERMONT, District of Chit tenden. ; The Hcnorablo the Probato Court for Iho District ot Chittenden, ' To the heirs and all persons Interested In tile estate of Joel Tucker, late of Hlnes- burg, In said district, deceased, GREETING: Whereas, application hath been made to this court In writing, by tho admlnlstra- tor ot Jend Tucker, latu of Hlnesburgh. deceased, praying for license nnu autnonty to sen mo wnoie or mo rem estate oi pajo vToll aelin ."i.s WoT Mw therein tho amount of debts due from "'hi deceased, tho charges of admlnlstra- "on, the amount of personal estate and the situation of the real estate thereupon the said Court appointed, id 0 TTX rDot a decide lipoid 1 siTld appll, cat'on and petition, and ordered publll notice thereof to be clven to all DcrsorJ ntertl Publbshlng said o, ":on''F" Vres 7newsDDer wh Uurlington ! ree t ross a new sp&per w ni circulates In tho nelchborhood of tho persons Interested In said estate, all whicl publications shall be previous to the da; assigned for hearing. Therefore, you are hereby notified to ai pear before said court, nt tho time anl , . 1. .I....- 1 JllKce WhSlKII-". lllvll ttliu ll.uiu 111 o court, to mase your oujecuons to granting of such license, If you see cause, Given under inv band, at the ProbaU Pf.nrr ltnnn.s this ".th dav nf N'ovpmbpl . ....... . .... . i iyrj, .MAlll'l',l,l.l S .. JJ1.N li 1 IA .U , :2,w,3t Judge . - -- ESTATE OF JOSEPH S. CIL1.EY. t filtTT U'AtmiO I.'PP STATE OF VERMONT. DlsUlct of Chltn IVIllieil. K9. The Honorable tho Probato Court for the District ot Chittenden, the heirs und n.l persons interests In tho estate of Gabriel Ward, late ol Hurllngton In said. -Jistrlct. deceased, 1 , GRLLTING: Whereas, application hr.th been made to this court in writing, by tho adminlstra- tor of said estate, praying tor license and tiitiiiuiiij ii. m-.i uu- iiwo ui .r... 1M..10 I And bringing Into court the consent end approbation In writing, of all the h. n .- to sum ipu.iu ..--.iiiiiiK ui nub ruiic. .inn fifi I 'orwi mo jiltuaticn of the real c tote. in .i.' v. i , luu r.iiii luiui ti ppiiiii I and as.signe.1 the K.M day of Dee-ember. ISfi at the Probate Court rooms, lu said ills, trlet, to hear and decide upon said appll. roU.ni and petition, and ordered nublK ' notice thereof to be irlveti to all personl Inteiestcd therein, by publishing said or. der. together with tho time nnd place of hearing, three weeks successively In thf HurlltiRton Free Press, a newspaper whicl lirculales In the neighborhood of thosi persons Interested m said estate, all whicl I publications shall bo previous to the daj I assigned for henrtag. I Therefore, von aio berebv nollned te i appear before said court, nt tho tlmo mi place assigned, then and there In sali - rourt to make your objections to th gran me of such 11 ense. If you see cau-e. under iv. ,md. at the l'rohit Co i Rooms, this 23d day of November. ..t.tve. t.ljljl. r j-y. iHtuilA.11, "W,3t Jiulc-o.