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VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOXJRNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1SS3.
A H1T OI' MKNDING.
Dalnty little flaiea-lialred
Lady of three.
Sllting 110 patlently
Under tho treo,
What she shail t?e.
Somcthlng had eatcr.
Mamma had wondered
Who wero tlie tbleves,
Anil Daly thought elieM
Si'ddenly a buttetfly
I'lew that way,
(Wlngs all torn ln ome
Andtettled rlght there
On a pansy gay.
Qulck (wlth tho lmpulie
A wl(t thought brlngi) )
Dalsy called "Mamnial j
I know the thlngs!
Iluttcrfllea take thcm
' To mend their wlngi I "- Wide-Aiealt .
" Glrls, what do you thinki wo aro to
have a new scholar I" said Florence Mac
farland, entering the schocJ-roorn iu a
somewhat oxcited manner.
"How did you hear tho'news, Flo?"
asked Georgie Hamilton. "Ihope it is
to be eome ono wo sliall lifco."
" I can't say for certain, but just aa I
had fiuished practicing and waa coining
out of the musio-rootu I overlieard Misa
Walker ask Mra. Enaloy about the new
scholar that waa to bo here soon, and
what claases they shoold put hor m. Mrs.
Ensley said sometbing about her being
delicate and not rauch advanced in her
" Oh, I 8hould not wonder if it was Ida
Bowman I" exclaimed Suaie Ileod.
" Ida Bowman ; who iaaho?" aaked a
ohorus o voioea.
" AVhy, haven't you heard of the Bow
mana who have receutly oome here ?"
" Do you mean thoae now-comora who
have bought the Miller property and for
warded auch olegant furniture from
"Yeo. Some of the family came on
laat woek. They were in ohurch on Sun
day and looked quite atyliah. Mother
says tUero is an only daughtir about my
age, l)ut sho ia in rather delicate health
and rjid not come on at once, aa sho ia
undei1 the dootor's care."
" fhen, Suaie, I preaume it waa of her
Jurs. fcnsiey spofce with so much feeling,
repjied Florence Macfarland. " She aaid
socnetliing about nervous proatration, and
grefat care needed in not overtaaking her
atrengin, tnougn ane waa ratlier behind'
hVtnd with her atudiea."
" Yes, certainly ; it muat be Ida Bow
man who is corning here to school," added
Georgie Hamilton. And the matter waa
diacussed with pleasure until the bell rang
" The JMiller manaion," aa it waa called,
was an elegant reaidence aet back upon a
high knoll and surrounded by fine old
treea. There was a broad carriage drive
up to the house, encircling a smoothly-
mown lawn, with here and there a few
choice blooming shruba. It was upon
thia lawn that Suaie Reed firat aaw the
little girl of whom they had been talking.
" Girls, she has come 1 Ida Bowman
haa comel I saw her on my way to
sohool. And she is just lovely i"
It 1171 J! J f nn
i) ucro um you aee nor r anu, uo
aescnbe her to usl ' were the exclama'
t'ss 'xiit greeted Suaie Reed.
" I saw her upon the lawn. She waa
in a whoel-chair. Her lap waa full of
llowers, and a splendid Newfoundland
uog aeemea to De on guara. unce or
twice he actually went behind her chair
and puahed it aa she directed him. They
made a beautuul picture. for Ida has
long jrolden rinclets and she was ele-
gantly dresaed in lihgt blne silk or some-
ining ot the kind."
"I wonder if she is a cripple," said
Georgie Hamilton. " Well, we must pet
and make much of her, for it will be
splendid to have a rich and ariatocratic
gin in our acnooi. we've naa so many
puur ones 01 laie tnat i ueciare H mafces
our school-room actually look dingy."
" So, Georcrie. vou are for havintr onlv
bright butterlliea of fashion about you? "
aaid a pleaaant voice near the group of
Georgie looked up and felt somewhat
abaahed as aho saw MIbs Walker, who,
unnoticed, had entered the room where'
the few who usually went together were
" Don't you think beauty and wealth
attractive, Miss Walker? " aaked Flora
Lertainly, m eome respects. But you
muat remember haudsome is that hand-
some does,' and in a school of thia kind it
ia very invidioua to form companionship
by Buch criterions. I have noticed of
late, and much regret, that little cliquea
are lorraed among you, and that some
plainly dreased but otherwiae bright achol
ars are receiving the cold shoulder. I
fihouid be extremely sorry, if Ida BoW'
man s coming adds to this feeling of ex
omalveneas, simply becausa her father
happens to be blesaed with a large ahare
ui tuta woria s weaun.'
As AUas Walker ceaaed speaking the
puuuut uuii raug.
"uite a lecture," whiapered Susie
Ileed, aa thev turned tn tlf b tli
" Well, anyhow, I don't mean to associate
with all sorts of people in nor out of
ilora laughed, but Georgie looked bo-
oer. biie was thinkmg of what Miss
Walker had just said, and wondered if
she had not of late somewhat slighted a
tow 01 uie scnoiars. ".uut theu," she
mentally said. " Sua ia Iteed. Flo Mftnfar.
land and Kate Bryant have such a way of
making othera follow in their lead."
A new influence, however. waa to come
among them. Ida Bowman, in her little
wueei-cnair, propeiieu by a pleaaant ap
pearlng nurse, and headed bv the statelv
Nowfoundland dog, daily made their ap
pearance at the school-room door, where
Ida waa left for a few recitations. She
was not exaotly a cripple, but had fallen
out of herswing and badly hurt her thigh.
Ihe fright was a shock to hor nervous
system.Bo she was very ill after it. It
left her BOmewhat WOak anil flnllnntn nnrl
aa the thigh was still a little painful, tho
dootor objected to her uaing it rauch until
she grew atronger, so sho spent moat of
her time out of doors in hor wheel-chair,
yyihi iioiu iui uer cumpamou.
ouaie neeu, as near neit?hbnr. wah nl
moat ofllcioualy pollte to the little strangor.
Flora Macfarland, too, tried to raake hor-
Beu oi lmportanco to the new scholar,
ilUt BOmellOW Ida. thOUCfh PMlln nml m
llte to all, seemed to more readily accept
.muuraacK xrom iuu poorer calluren. To
tne aurprlso of tho exclusivo clique, tha
noijf uucs wnuiii wiey nau silcliteu aa al
moat beneath their notlco, Ida would
gatner around her at recesa, and ahare
with them hor fruit, nuts and candy.
" Why, she is not the loaat blt proud or
stuck np, llko somo of tho girls," said
"No, indeed," added Carrlo AVood.
" She talked aa sweetly to mo yestorday
as though I was dressed in silk. I don't
beliovo aho would hurt our feolings by
calliug ua ' tho calico girls,' as somo of
tho glrls havo dono, becauso wo can't
dross aa flno as thoy do."
" Sho is a dearlittlo lady," said anothor.
" Mother says no truo lady ia ever proud
or stuck up."
" That's so," reapondod Bessie. "And
I do believe ahe ia a good little Christian,
too, for sho is gentlo and patient oven
when in pain, and never gota paasionately
angry, as some of the girls do at the
loast thing. She looked so sorry tho
other day, when Susio Ileod got raad
about somothlng and almost struck Jenny
Marsli. I heard hor softly say, 'Tho
Bible teachoa us to lovo one anothor.' "
Ida Bowman was indeed a mystery and
atudy to them all ; and it waa not long
boforo her influence for good waa felt iu
tho achool, and tho proud, haughty girls
found that, if they would make frionds
with Ida Bowman. it mnst be in a differ-
ent way from the exoluaivo ono they had
devised and talked over. Miss Walker
and Mrs. Enaley also noticed with pleas
ure tho greater harmony among their pu-
pils, and remarlteu :
" llow true lt is that a nttio leaven
leaveneth tho wholo. Ida Bowman shows
ns this by almost unconsciously scattor
ing about her good soeds that are begin-
ning to bear ricli lruits.'
Anu thua the new scholar proveu a
blessing to them all by her sweet, gentle,
Christliko ways. New York Observer.
tiv dvcrLiincmmUu Jjfrw dvcvjtscmmtti.
In Full Bloom!
I I I I I I I I I I I 0
Sometimea whou Joo comea liotno from
achool he is a wild Indian, sometimes ho
is a llocky Mountain grizzly, sometimea he
ia an honest minor. Uue night he bounded
into the yard with a yell and ruahed into
tho house more liko a " norther " than
anything else. Tho doors tore open as
though of themaelvea, but wouldn't shut :
the cbairs fell down and one or two
tables and work baskets went over. llis
older sister said, "O Joel" and put her
nngers m her ears, and tho cat ran under
the sofa. Only tho baby liked it. Ho
crowed and anuealed, trving to make as
much noiso in his way as Joe himaelf.
" 1m on the debate 1 I'm on tho debato I
Whlch ia more uaeful, the hor80 or the
cow, that ia the queation wo have got to
diBcuas, and we choae aidea and I chose
the horae. Tho borse 1 I reckon I did
choose the horae 1 I'd give more for a pony
to-day, if it waan't biggor than arat, than
I would for all the old cows this side of
sunsise. i m to und out all l can about
horses, about shoeing them and what they
do with their hair and how many toeth
they havo and everything liko that,"
"Allkindsof horses? Saw-horaes and
clothes-horsea and the horae marine?"
Joe did not answer. Ile waa already
reading from Johnson'a cyclopedia : " Ita
perception ia quick, ita memory retentivo
and it is capable of much affection. It
is surpassed in docility by no animal,
except the dog and perhapa the elephant.
Ita fleah ia often used for lood."
After thia Joo did not aay much to his
family, but was running after the black
smith and stable-men, or reading booka
on natural history. So at laat came tho
evening for debate. Everybody waa
ready, father, mother, Jim and Susan and
Cora, but where was Joe?
"Joaoyl Joseyl" called hia mother.
"Come, where are you? Wo are all
" Where w Joe? I haven t aeen him."
"Probably heis off some where bv him-
self speaking over his piece," answered
tho mother, fondlv. Thon his father
called, and upon that Joe replied. " Here
i am, said he, trom behind the kitchen
stove, where he aat curled up in a dreary
tooKing uuncn. i aon i Deneve i can
go; I don't feel well; I feel liko I'm
going to have a chill."
" O Joe 1" cried Cora, " when vou ve cot
your side all ready so beautiful. That is
dreadiul. fllayn't 1 say it for you ? Can't
Joe shivered and held his hands out
toward the fire, but did not anawer.
" fatart alone children. vou and mother.
I'll overtakeyou," aaid the father. " Joe,"
he continued when the door had cloaed
after them, " I wouldn't civo up to it.
When I was a boy there wero no lvceums
or debating clubs where I lived, and noth
ing to draw me out to speak. And now,
when I am a man, I can't do it. I'd give
all the horses I have, and cows too, if I'd
learned to talk in public when I waa
young. Nobody minda it, if a boy doea
break down and stammer somo; but
ho can never begin so easilv when he
is i man. Come, my son, put on your hat
and go with me."
Joe turned red and ho turned white.
but he put on his hat, and pulling it well
down over his eyea followed his father.
iU every step ho thought he could not
tako another forward, but something
seemed to be pulling him along. The
school-houae appeared also to be coming
to meet him, and they were there before
ho had quite made up his mind to turn
baclt. Uo entered the loncr. low hall,
wishing that it was nothing worae than
being shot or hung that was before him.
Ilo was oulte over hia chill uow, or olse
the fever had set in, and his beart beat
bo hard he wondered tho next boy didn't
hear it wd look around. But still every
thing went right on. The three who
wero to decide the question wero ohosen,
and aeated on tho platform besido the
preaideut and tho dobate opened. Then
Joe'fl turn carae. Aa ho walked forward
the boarda of the floor appeared to riae
before him, bo he was nct sure where he
should step, and immediatelv the room
Beeined full o eyes. They were all
friendly eyes, however, and what if Joe
did forgtt all the fine turusMie had made
betorehand t And what if his aentences
did get so tangled that he had to stop
suddenly and becin over acain. Everv-
bpdy smued on instead of at him, and ap-
piauaea wueu ne naa nnianed, luat aa
though he had dono aa well aa he meant
to. They all took it bo aa a matter of
cour80,that in a few days ho had almost for-
?;otten hia little bluudera and moitifica
ions, and when the next dobat9 came off
waa not half so fnghtoned.
Some of our most popular leoturers
havo said that they never face an audl
enco without a feeling of droad. So it is
not strauge, if Joe has not yet thrown off
all shyness about speaking. But he doean't
givo up to lt, and his lather baa neariy
decided to let him study law.
" For I'd liko a business that will givo
mo a chanoo to spouty aays Joo. Frances
Lee, in Congregalionalist
EilfS ill1! H EttiiGilt,
THE REED PIPE
New and elegant stylcs of Spring and Summer
Goods opening every week.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
This dcpnvtment is full of all the new stj'les of the season.
We Avould make special mention ot onr lme of
Tho New Mpclinnlrnl Mtialont
CLAR10NAS 4.0,000 CLARiONAS
Havo ltren Sold Darlnc the Flrat
liro Mnnthn ot Jlielr
Every Instrument Guaranleed.
Sent on Ilrcelpt of l'rlcoi or lijr
Kxiirea", O. ). I).. rennlt
tlnK Kzntnlnntloii Ile
rOTENT I'.EASONS why every
fnmlly ehould liavo a mechnnlcal
1. F.lnht dollars will hny ono, white on
the otlier hand they can be liadof anyslze
and prlce up to tho largeit church organ,
2. They make the moat perfect mualc.
3. Anyone, to a meie chlld, can play on
them nny mnilc. wlUiout any prevloua mu
4. Whlla tha chtld amnaet llaelf, Ua ear 1
mualcally dneloped and cullitaltil.
8. lt learna practlcally to " Htep llme."
0. It lenrna to dWlnguljh Ihe Intervala,
and Ihua mkoa a greut atrlde forward ln
theart of alngng.
7. It learna from the relatlve length of
th perforallons the relatlve value of the
8. It zalna ln three months a nrartlral
knowled.ee of maalc, whlch wlli save the
leaciifr iiirra or lour ytraraoi laoor.
9. Ita Intcreet ln mualo Ia awakened,
IU. Ita taate ln maalc la cnltlrated.
11. Ita lore'for mnalclaatronglydeTeloped.
12. Stlmulated by Intereat. taate and ln
for mualc. the chlld comea to the keyhoard
uot only wlth pleaaure. bntwlth a moral and
mental force whlch ulll Inatire lti rapid
13, Such an Instrument haa a reflntng In'
fluence. aa mualc alwava will. kppnintr Miii.
dren at homo and away trom mlrchlef, and
will brlng loy and hapnlncaa in all thoae
houiea where the luxurlea of expenalre
inuuit uiauu nuu CAcupive leacniuK can1
not be had.
CLUETT & SONS
205 Rlvcr Strect, Troy, N. Y,
The niotf rcmarkahlr rmrHu of Ihe ua'."
valuablo ln remoTjng
prcparatlon that wlU,"
IT I1E3I0TES SriT1.1S
Uiiill.pultd I'oiiltlre KTlilcnro of Abaoluta Curea.
IT WILL OURE
where othen fall
snt.NTa, MSGiiniEs i,t
IT LEADS ALL
the world, ond
19 ntniiLV EMonn
AaTIIE IIEHTorallllorao Itemedlea.
msionv or the lionsr.
fltnt freeon Jppllcillnn.
will convlnce cverjr one,
Srnd nima on pU1
We prcparo Condltlon lOTdtn and lloof Olnlment.
Ilcare I'owdera, Worm I'owder and Collo Powdera.
All theae on aale at Drul
IMce of EUU'a fparln
kure 9 1,00 per bottle.
I I I I I I
on acconnt of their quality, and also the prices at whlch we
are selliiiff them $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. "We can
recommend these Silks with perfect confidence, and will guar-
antee that they can he bought no less in Boston or New
York. A full lme of Gmghams, Cambrics, Satteens, etc, etc. j
Sun Unibrellas & Parasols!
Ladies', Children's and Misses' Gloves and Hosiery in all the
new styles. .Ladies7 Uutside arments,
SHAWLS AND CLOAEINGS!
"We are making an nnnsual display of Spanish Laces, .Chenille
h rmgcs, and all kmds ot liace Woods, liibbons, etc.
Full Line of Cotton Goods
Our Cotton Goods Department is brim full. BroAvn and
Bleached Cotton in all Avidths; Denims, Tickings, Drillings,
etc, etc. A full line of Standard Prints at 5 cents per yard.
(With Patent Steel Forks).
Ir'or partlculara, frro Imoka, etc, wrlte to
r.l.I.ls si'AVix omir. fn..
".OHadburyfl., llo.lon.oratO llh.ArcKewYork.
A. 0, BROWN'S
Capital Represented, $150,000,000,
In these dava of doubt and uncertaintv
in business, especially in the standing and
solvoncy of Fire and Lifo Insurance Com-
pames, tne attentiou of insurers is respect
fully called to the following list of reliable
and substanlial Companies represented in
Connecticut Mut. Life Ins. Co,
A. 0, BEOWN, General Agent for Vermont.
Thlrtr-llfth Annnal Statoment.
Aiaeta, December 31, 1880 f49,t2,629 31
Surplua, 351,1M i5
Ratlo of expenae ot management to recelpts, 7.7 per cent.
J. & G. A. MUDGETT,
South Tunbridge, Vf.
Northern Insurance Company
Organlied ln 1830. - - Assets, 825,223,690.
Imp.erial Fire Ins. Company
Organired ln 1803. - - Assets, 812,270,000.
Phcenix Assurance Company
Tho llghtest draft and most snccessful Ted- Qrganlzod In 1782. - - - Assets, 85,107,125.
der made. Agents wanted ln all unoccnpled .
terrltory. Send for circulars. All Inquitles PenilSylvama Fire InS. Comp'y
promptly ans-vered and lnformation glven. nrmnW ln 1R2S. . . . ARta. 1 linntwi.
Save Your Teeth ! Philallpis?
Organlzed ln 1820. ... Assets, 84,000,000,
Insurance Co. of State of Penn.
Organlzed ln 1791. - - - Assets, 8650,000.
New York City Insurance Co,
Organlzed in 1872. - - - Assets, 8-125,000.
Stowe Street, Waterbury, Yt.
FOR SALE BY D. L. FULLER & SON.
You can save your teeth by
on JJr. Clark, where
yon can get them treated and
lilled in the most approved
manner. The artificial teeth
he inserts are spoken of in the
hicrhest terms. The mirest
Liquid Nitrous Oxide Gas Continental Insurance Comp'y
given and the lmproved m- organlzed in 1852. - . - Asset. 83,100,000.
hn nvncnr a nvfvnofmry f nnf h "
A UArr orfnn,l0nn Offlnn lviannaiuin jj lre j.nsurance kjo.
1UUT 111 UbbUlliUllv,. luvJ Vfll YtMtir
. .1 m ,1 l ,1 - r
at tne tootn sign, ooutn iuam organlzed in 1872.
Some of tlie lieasons Why
PAPER BOX FACTORY.
BOOKS, MUSIG, MA6AZINES, &c, bound.
I.imtAKr ISOOKS rpnnlrcil. l'AI'KB
liUI.GD. 18I.ANK IIOOKS. l'APEIt TA1I-
I.ins, nml rAl'lUl l!()Xi;S iiimle to ordcr
lu tliu lx'ft, iu'ntent and ihciii'st innnnor,
l'artlcA wlio l.avo niiywnrktlu'ywlalnlono
tli I'ltlwr of tho aliovn llnrH will coimilt tliclr
owii lntercKt liy si'inllni; lt or Avrlllnt,- for
pri, uHDTiM w uucrinnv
to IIIHI1III1 III IIIIUULUUIX
THE NEW CHAMP10N RAKE !"USE
umimicl itii ruoo, rropneion
Connecticut Fire Insur'ce Co,
Organlzed in 1850. - - - Assets, Sl.500,000,
First National Fire Ins. Co.
OF WOllOXaTFM, JTASS.,
Organlzed ln 1808. - - Assets, 8300,000.
The Eoyal Insurance Comp'y
Organlzed ln 1845. - - Assets, gold, 820,000,000.
London & Lancashi're Ins. Co.
Organlzed in 1801. - - - Assets, 87,500,000.
Commercial Union Ass'ce Co.
Organlzed ln 18G1. - - Assets, 819,351,671.
Lancashiro Insurance Comp'y
Organlzed ln 1852. - - Assets, gold, S10,000,000.
Is Better than Any Other!
It has a sled-runnor tooth to prevent scratchlDg.
It will run over trash laylng on tho grouod, and leave lt there.
lt wlU rake llirley, Hye, O.itx, Ilungarian and Bllllet treo from dlrt,
lt lx so easlly managea tlmt a boy tnat can urlvo a liorse can use lt as well ns a man.
It can ho locked down to make very large wladrows, or bucch them up.
It will rake green erass perfectly, without trouble, even if the grass is heavy.
It will rako "scatterings" perlectly.
It is very easy to keep up tho toeth alter going over a windrow.
It has an oscillating cleanor that keops the hay from rolliDg and worklog out at the
ends, and from working into the whoels.
It packs tho windrow, leaviug it ln good shape for rolling np or pltchlng.
It will givo better satisfaction than any other rake ever eold ln this country.
It can bo returned at our expense, If it does not urove as above, by any one that will
use lt long enough to understand it.
THIS RAKE IS SOLD BY
Foss' Beach, Rye, N. H. La Confiance Insurance Co.
Organlzed ln 1844. - - Assets, gold, 80,700,000.
This honne ls a Prlvatfi ltonrillnir Ilouae. andls
locatal on a hish elevallon or Und, " lld a good lawn ln
front, commandtng a magnlflcent vlew of tlie iBlea of
Hboala and tha beautiful coast of Rve and llamnton.
wnue tne sea view i unsurpa.seti. ii auo wmini nre
roda of one ot the lliiot bathlne beacheii In ltye, two
mnea ln extent. (tooii nsntng rrom tne nx?KS or in uoats,
inia nouse- naa a gooti urainago. i -oai-omue auuress,
D. L. Fuller & Son, Montpelier
I. M. FOSS, l'ortflinoutli, N. II.,
lloi 364. Take Voti' Beach coaeli at rorttmoutb for this
hoiiM. earest noie to tlie beacn. Mau twicaaoai
Uoard 55 to 5-3 ier week; cnlldren 5 ier weeK. Ul-ui
Eggs and Poultry
All klnda of 1'oultry, all the year round, and Eggs hy
tbe itozen or cate, Illghent cash price wlU be nald.
l'cmltry can be tblpned by rall ln rough box coo( con-
talnlng 100 to JOO ponndi each, and coora wlU be retnrned
fru when wanted.
7 Leghorn Eggs for Selting.
E, K. JONES .t SON Northfield, Vt.
B. V. DUKE IMalntleld, Vt.
V. 1Y. llANCltOFT Manhfleld, Vt.
C. A. WINO Cabot, Vt.
L. I), TILLOTBON Waiblngton, Vt.
J, K. LYNDE Williamstown, Vt.
E. W. 8LAYTON Warren, Vt,
OEOROE E. MOODY WaUrbury.Vt.
J, D, CLOOSTON llrookfleld, Vt.
O. M. EATON WalUflelJ, Vt,
TiiEitK are threo klnda of wllls ln tho
worltl tho wills, the won'ta and the
can'ts. The flrst effoct everything, tho
next opposo evorythlng, and the last fall
KSSKX JONCTION, VKItMONT,
C. E. Domorltt, Proprlotor.
This house has latuly been thoroughly ro
paired and put in good sliape for accomodation
HOYT fc GALE,
Real Estate Agents,
Farms, Vllhige 1'laces, and all klnda of Heal
I'tate Leases and ftlortgages nogotlated, Send
for circulars. Terms nioderate, 00-tt
SALEM LEAD COMPANY,
PURE WHITE LEAD!
LEAD lUl'E nnd SIIEET LEAD.
All gooif uarranlid t it tqual to thettit n Ihe marttt
Fbamk A. IIbowk, Treaa. BAL.KBI, SIAMS.
We makea stieclaltyof furnlshlng White and llrown
Legborn Egga for leltln? at flf ty centa Ir dozen.
A. W. WlLDElt Jfc CO,
Northfleld, Vt July 1. 1883. (3-li
tliitty ceuts up.
alogue, describing ench pattern, sent by mall
on recelpt of one three-cent stamp. Agents
wantea ln every town. Adilress
aiit. a Mits. a. v. uitADKOiii).
07-tf Ilnrre, Vermont,
School Furniture for Sale!
Heats and deaka for nlnety nunlls are now offertxt for
tale by tbe Montpelier Unlun School DUlrtct. Tbey are
uiCHleru ln ttyle, ln fair oondltlon, and well mliuxl to
me wacus oi a counirr Bcnoou u.u w kq ui iuo unjon
Hehool biilldlng, or at the auctton,roouia on Maln atreet.
utui soon tor goou uaraiQ..
II V OKDEH OF COM11ITTEE.
Montpelier, Augutt 31, 1IKH, WJ-u
FISTULA AND PILES
Curcd Avlthout tho Uso of tho Knlfe.
Wir.LlAM I1EAP (M.D., Harraril, 1812), and KOIlKltT
M. ltEAIi (M.U., Harvard, 1876), 4 1 BimiiTBKt btreet,
lttiatmi, give teolal attentlon to thetreatmentof F1H
TIII.A, l'lr.lcs ANU AI.I, l)IHKA8i:s ov
i'UK 11KUXU.11, vrltbout detentlon fioiu buune).
Travelers' Insurance Comp'y
Taid-up Capital, 8000,000. Assets, S-4,055,990,12.
Becnre a Heueral Accldent Pollcy for a toectfled (am,
to be pald ln case ot death by accldent, or a wekly ln
deniHlty lt the lnjury wholly dlwblci) the lnsared froni
I hU eiunloyruent. lt will bo wrltten for one or rnore
I uionthH or a year, aa may be deslred, and the cost U so
low as to place A oonifortable lusurance wltbln the reactl
of almost every man whone tluie and bibor are of any
value to nlm und bls family, uue lu slxteen of the In
sured have recelvtxl cash iwyiuenu under tbelr accldent
Large riska ulaced at a moment'a no-
tice, and at eauitaNe rates, Losses ad-
juated and paid at thia offico, and due
notice oi expiration oi pouciea Rlveu.
Corrospondence, and orders by mall or
telegraph, faithfully attended to.
A. C. BROWN,
Geneiuvx, Insukaxoe Aqent,
Auction Commssion House I
Come blgb, coine low, to the AucUon Coramlsslon
IIouso and ony yourleas dlrect fruui C'hlna and Jajian,
througb the recelrers. Al ays on hand I t'rult, Tobaooo
and Clgais, Heooud-liand I'urulture. laiu the onlv Auo
tloneer tn Montrwller that makeea tpectaltyot seUlng
real and versonal property. Employnient Agency,
South Maln St., Montieller, Vt. M-lt
Haying Tools for Sale.
YankeellarlUkeandMudirett Ilav Tedder. new this
setsou, wlU be sold the next Monday atttr my haying U
VAHU U. BilUll,
doue at a dlsoouut from cost.
Monlielier, VI., J uly 1, lbB.
Abunddni referenc clven, ramphleu nent on avpllca-
WILL 11E KE.VTLY
prluled on 1'IFTV
- mmm VUIUIIIU uai.iQi
all mereni, anu seut iKi-pid for only four 3-oent
tuiupsj slx packs tor twenty 3-cent stainps, AddreM
UMON UAl) CO., iloutpeller, VI.
,4 OUNTS WANTED for the llest and rastest-sell
IX. lug 1'lctotUl llooks and lllbles, l'rlces reduced 33 pe
ceut, .Satiokxl 1'sjflLituiio Co I'utladclphla, 1'enu,