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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATE JOTJRNAI,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1883.
8UMM1SII SLISIOH llKLLS.
Dld you, of A summcr'a gloamlng,
Whllo the oventog wlnds iv e roamlnff,
Catchlng f ragrance aa they new
Frora the bedi where roaes Mew,
Ever he ar,
Kar or ncar,
Slelgh-bells tlnkllng, sof t aml dear ?
When the flte-flles llt the bushe.',
Gently ebbed thtough reeds and rushca
Twlnkllng btook or placlit rlver,
Sllpplng tmoothly on f orever,
Dld jou hear,
far or near,
Blelgh-bella Unttllng, oft and clear?
Dld your fancy brlng yoa back
To a snowy-trodden track,
lllrches clad ln armor brlglit,
Jloon ln heaven and flelds oi white?
Like a flash
On yoa datti,
olcrrlly the slclgh-bella clash ?
But this mellow, myetlc chlme
That yoa Lear ln aummer tliue
la the plplng ot the toads,
Chorus (roin thelr tree-abodu.
Hear them slng,
Unlversal antbetn rlng.
Ullly Maklug CnllB.
" I don't see why my mamrna .couldn't
let mo go and she s going tcf make calls
too she and Katie. I lioaird hor say bo.
I just gaoss I'm big 'nuff, I'm five yeara
old next time and I'ro. going right
straight up atairs, and fir me up, aud go
somewhere, too, so I Me aud I won't
take my mother 'long jfith me ; but Dolly
and I will go, all our ownselves, so we will.
Ob, my I now I'll haJve mo a waterfall
'causo mamma's got on bor bestest ono,
and left her every-tfay one hero on the
tablo and here's 1iergloves too,
" Ob, my 1 Noav I wish I had a srreat
long truil I shjDuldn't wonder a bit if
Katie'a dressesi would be just right for
me I could pia it up befrunt. 1 'speet
ane'a md upf all ner pretty ones, but
here's her blfue gingham. OIi, my I this
does trail thle beautiiuleat I
"Oh, detArl I mnstn't woar my hat.
'cause folkVll think I'm a little girl, if I
does ancjl haven't got any bounet at
all. I worader if there'a one in any of
tneae ooxaa. Wny, tnere a tho veryono
mamma used to wear last wluter, and a
blaohvvriil on it too, and I'll wear her
'cause inaybe I'll be cold by'm-by.
" Now Miss Dolly, what'll you wear ?
" It won't never do, in the world, for
you to go with suoh a ahort dress, 'causo
you'vo loat one of your ahoea, and your
stooklnga are so dirty. Oh, here'a my
yellow itannel nightdress. I wish it waa
white but I guesa it will do. I'll put
matnma'a belt 'round your waiat, to keep
it tip, and pin this han'chef on for your
f'.Now you oughter have a veil you'll
t tne store.
"iow, uony, you must 'nave iise a
yearn,- ana tnanii you,' ana it vou
please,' and you musn't want to stop and
look at the candy in the windows ; nor
run after the speckled kittv that alwavs
comea out of Misa Winkle's yard ; nor do
anything that 1 don't want you to. Now,
'member, 'cause you're my little girl, and
I'm your mamma, and if you don't be
good I ahall ahut you up in a big boz all
aione wnen I get liome 1 shall, certain I
I worylor what all these cards ia. I s'poae
wsj-v .vuai mamma laKes, wnen sne rroes
out callintr, so I'll take some with me.
" Now, Dolly, we muat not make a bit
of noiae when we goes out, 'cause Bridget
thinka we's up in the nnrsery with Hattie
and Johnnie, and they think we'a down in
the kitchen. I'll take this big book to
etnnd ori to lift the latch. There I Now
we'a got out
" Oh, my 1 what a lot of folkses is goin
somewihere to-day. I guesa I'll keep my
veu aown, and they'll think I'm a big
lady'goin' somewhere too. I guesa them
diiin't have no mamma to tell them how
Kfa have. cause thnv nnint.prl nf. a ond
' ianrhftn. nnn mxr mamma aaira fi.nf n!n'f
" Oh 1 hero's Mr. Brown's store.
" I wonder if they's laughing at we,"
eaon otner and amued ; but Mr Brown
came along and aaid, kindly : " Well, sis,
gueaa you ran away, didn't you ? "What's
your name, and where do you live ?"
"JUy name'a Dilly ifa Missis Dilly,
cauae I'ae goin' away visitin', and I live
in papa's now houae, I do : aud I want a
veu for my dolly, hke one Annie Froat'a
QOlly weara j and here'a my two centa."
" I ou're a nice girl, I know. Your dolly
ahall have a veil, and you may keep your
iwu cenis to ouy cauay witn." So Mr.
Brown went to the other end of the store.
and out off a piece of blue gauze, helplng
Dilly to tie it over her doll'a hat.
" Now wo'll go up to that big house on
the hill. I don't know who livoa there,
but then, that don't make any difference,"
and ahe walked atraight up to the door
and rang the bell.
' Uchl tlie aainta nrotect mel I'm
Ar sho wns croincf ud tho fltepa, she met
tho doctor, juat atartlng out for a drlvo.
"What in the world I If this isn't
Dilly Grant I Why, bleaa my heart I ohlld,
now camo you nere, looKing lor au me
world llko old mothor Fuss-Budgot ?"
" Why you soo, mamma antl Katie
would uot tako me when they went via
itin', so I to6k Dolly, and I 'apect we
runned away that's what."
" well, jump ln witn me, ana m oarry
you homo, for it'a a long way to walk,
and you'll De laio vo ainner.
" . ,
They louna iuo wnoio nouse in commo-
tlon, for Dilly was loat; couldn't bo
fnund uDstairs. down cellar, nor in tho
garden, and her father had just gono down
street to look for hor.
"Oh, Dilly, Dilly Grant I If you ain't
juat tho naughtieat little girl that eyer
was I 1 aon't Know wnat we anaii ao wnn
ya'V. ' ....
Atter ainner, uuiy was puc to ueci.
Oh, myl didu't we almost get a
whippin'? Gueaa we didl but it'a two
timea bettor up here, ian't it, Dolly ? "
jjllly a blue eyea Kept winKing laster
and faater, and when her mother opened
the door a while after, to aeo what kept
her so stlll, she found her fast asleep with
Dolly in her arms.
How Jftinlo Sniokcd.
" Mamma, I want to smoke."
Mrs. Burnham looked np from her work
with surpriso. Waa it Jamie, her dear
little six-year-old boy who had uttered
" Why, Jamie, what do you mean? "
" I want to smoko a pipe, mamma, like
papa and unclo Sam."
Mrs. liurnhams heart sank. Whv
shouldn't the little boy think he could
follow papa'a example? That papa whom
he loved so fondly 1 What ahould sho
tell liim without deatroying the love and
respect which ftlled his little heart? Sho
thought a few moments in silence, then
suddenly a solutionof the problem flashed
into her mind.
" Very well, dear," she said, " you may
go to the store and buy your pipe and
All right, mamma, where'a the mon-
" Ijo to your bank and got it, my aon.
You muat use your own money for this,
Jamie waa savine his pennies for
Chriatmas, bo he heaitated a moment.
But he concluded that he muat have that
smoke, so off he ran to get hia money.
wnen nia mother saw him put on his
hat and actually Btart for the store, she
waa seized with a atrong impulse to call
him back. Waa ahe doing right to let
him go V Would not tho lesson be too
severe ? But no, she would go on now,
and trust that she was doine richt. hard
as it might be for them both.
Jamie soon came back, proudly holdinc
hia purchase in hia plump little hand.
" Now, Jamie, hand it to me, while you
get ready for your amoke."
ihe little lellow aeated himself in
papa'a easy chair, in papa's moat comfort-
abie manner, wniie Mrs. Burnham nlled
the pipe and lighted it.
" llere Jamie, here a your pipe. I hope
you'll enjoy your amoke very much, dear."
I'au, puii, went Jamie, ln a very manly
Mra. Bnrnham'a aewme waa held in
very unsteady hands and aomethlng made
her eyeaight very dim.
" Uh, mamma, 1 don't hke it. It makes
The little brown face
"JNever mind, dear. It alwava makea
people sick at first. You must keep on a
little while longer."
jamie was a pluckv little fel ow. and
he kept on bravely for a few minutes.
JLhe mother s heart ached for her boy as
she saw him growiug paler and paler,
but " it is all for his eood." sho said
to herself, and she quietly waited.
"0 mamma. take it awnv: T rnn't
smoke any more."
Mrs. liurnhamsnrancr from her RRat. anrl
caught the little boy in her arms just as
uo wtu imiioy wj me uoor. Jbor almost
an hour Jamie was verv sick. nnrf whnn
she saw his sufferings, M"rs. Burnham's
heart almost forgave her. But sho
watched and tended him carefiillr.
when papa came home Jamie wq his
own bright little self again. When Mr.
Iiurnbam aaw the pipe and tnhannn on
the table, he inquired for the owner.
" it beionga to a little boy in this hou8e,
papa, aaid Jamie, "but ho doesn't want it
any more. lou may have it."
Jamie is twenty-seven veara old nnw.
but he haa never been perauaded to touch
tobacco in any forra aincethat mBmnrahln
aay. And hia wise and loving mother
haa never regretted the lesaon which ahe
taught him ao early in life Golden
jQew dvt.iintmtntnt Jj
The Indians have a laufrhable wav of
taming colts, by means of a " dummy."
A gentleman recently tned thelr method.
greatly to the amusement of a crowd of
childrea who watched
tmnking it'a the witches bo coming about 1 mmy a 1ueer Jnisshapen iig
&pm . Awnvivin ira "ami Hnn ni ure. wim loncr. aantriinr' nrmq. wa
iu Dilly'a face, and she heard
turn in the lock.
" Well, them be'a curua folks. I guesa
they'a heathens. They didn't know me I
" un, my 1 there comea Billy Smith'a
" JNow what'll we do I I'll go in this
gaie and hide under the currant-bushes,
'i'hat's what we'll do.
" There I now he'a gone right by and
dida't bite ua. IPm I I waau't 'fraid of
mm, but 1 mst aat down to rest a little.
' I knowa who livea iu that houae that'a
got 'creeper vinos' all over the windowa ;
it'a Miaa Nanoy and Miaa Betay. I seeu
em to meetin', and I'm goin' there. I'll
give them a card, and p'rapa they'll let
Ting-a-ling rang the bell, and Bridget
came to the door, wiping her hands with
" ia the Iadiea at home V"
MAKE NEW RIOH BLOOB,
Antt will coinplotcly clmnpo tlio lilood In tho pntlrn ayatrm ln thrco niontlin. Any por
Ron who will tnlco 1 1111 pnrli nlRlit fron 1 to 18 wrchs, mny bo rcstorcil to Round
hculth, lf Rtich n tliltif; lio poanltilu. 1'or nirlnir Fcmnlo CotnplnlntH tlicno l'llls havo no
cqunl, I'hyslclnim uso them ln tliolr proctlco. Sold ovorywlicro, or ncnt hy mnll for
clnht lcttcr-BtnmpB. Scnd for clrcnlnr. I. S. JOliySON & CO HOSTON, MASS.
p.RniiD actuma nnnwnuiTic
JOHNSON'S ANODYN13 IjlNlMKNT will Initan
tancously rcllovo thcso tcrrlble dlncascn, and will poMtlvcIy
i curo nlno chkcs out of ton. Informatlon that will tnre
many llvcs ncnt Irco by malt. Don't delay a moment.
i l'rcvcnllon is hcttcr than curo.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LBNBMENT .WcAfiS
h's.ralgln. Influcnza, Soro I.uiifn, lllccdlnB at tho I.ungs. Chronle Hoarifncii, llncklng Coniih, Whooplng CotiBh,
Chronlc Hhcumatlsm. Chrnnlc Dlnrrhroa, Chronlc l)ycnlfry, Cholera Jlorbus kldneyTrnuhlei, Illscasei of tho
Splno and Lamo llack. Sold crcrywhoro. Bcnd for pamphlct to I. 8. Johk30M & Co.. lloaToy, iUas.
An V.nffll.h Wlprlnftrv flliron nndChCmlSt. !
nnw (rnvrlfnrr ln thU rnnntrv. flnva that moSt f
of thc Horao and Catllo l'owdcrs old hcro I
are worthlMS tranh. IIo aya that Shcridan'a
Immcnjely valuablf. Xothlnc nn carth vri mako hcn lay llko Shcridan'e Condltlon rowderi. I)oe. 1 tcaip'n
ful to 1 plnt food. SoldTcrywhcro,orentby mall for 8 lottcr-jtampj. L 8. Johjuos & CO.,Uo3ios, Maio.
SOr,l 11V C. ULAKKLEY, MONTl'KLIKlt, VT.
iMAKE HENS LAY
cw $dvcrtincmmt. dvcrtintmmtn.
o I I I I I I
I I I 0
it fetliist an 10 Female Coln, in
Rev. J. D. BEEMAN, A. M., President.
Eov. E. A. BISHOP, A. M., Prinoipal. Mrs. J. D. BEEMAN, Preoeptress.
t3r-A FDIiI. COKI'S F TKACIIKI13. The locatlon ln unsnrnaMed for healthfnlnesi andbeauty
ot surronndlng. lnntructlon tliorough. (-iivou Uouraei of Htiulr. bxcellent opportunlty for Vocal and
lntrnmental .Mulo and Art. lloanl, furnliihal room (iprlnR tlironshout) and waahlng, tcn plecea, for
S3.00 ior weeK, ir paid tue urst wcck oi me term. fAi.li IJ.H3L ui'rs auuusi n, iboj.
Catatogucs nml Circulars Sent J'Vco on Appltcatlan to tlie J'riHcipal.
THE REED PIPE
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Writing Papers, Bnvelopes, and Sohool and Counting House Station-
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And an endless variety of Pancy Goods, Games, Croquet and Base
Ball woods, all or whioh wiu be sold at astomshingly low
pncea. i.ny dook you see aavertisea will De
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Laboratory, 77 Vest Third Street, New York City. - - - Druggists sell it
ure, wnu loug, aangang arma, waa ae
curely faatened on the colt'a back bv
meanB oi a girth extendinir from each lec
of its trouaera around the the animal'a
body. As aoon as hia coltahip waa loosed
and felt the weight on his back, he reared,
and plunged, and raced, and danced in a
manner wonderlul to behold. Of cour8e
the " dnmmy " pitched backwarda or for-
warda, aa the caae might be, but never
lumoiea on. iinaing it lmpossible to
mrow tno naer, the colt next tried rub
bing against the fence, and evon rolled
over several timea, but all to no purpoae.
-J ' "fj UH11U nOU UUUDj
he cooled down and commeaced eating
uiaaa uuutunmuiy. j.ne next aav the bova
wero able to mount and ride him aa they
" Mn. Ulifkins, I do wiah vou would
give up that abominable practice of pun'
mug, oam mu goou iaay to ner old man
.. A I 1- i II i -.r
An' aure thov rn! vculh- i ?.V ima mqrning. xou don't
An' what .m,'BTM;.r u l?e punnlng, my dearY aaid old B
Dilly Kave her the card fih hari hrftht. a.tteoDS surpnae. "You know very well
With her, whioh hannened t h nn nf6T ina l a?n l' i..a ralner na.vo ?. &edgehog
Auguatua uelmar, JCsq.'a viaiting carda,
which he had left at the house the day
" 1 wonder what thev is doin' o lnnr
up stairs, makin' auch a noi8e, too j I Bh'd
think they waa' turniug everythiug upaide
" I guesa I won't wait for them to fix
up, 'cause I don't b'lieve they'a got their
hair combed uor nothin'."
fao Dilly alipped nuietlv out of tha door.
and half an hour later, when Misa Nanov
uu miaa uoiay came aowu iu their ourla
and ailka, and with their sweeteat Biniloa.
expocting to meet the young lawyor, they
long way up the atreet, on her way to call
on Ur. Maaon.
" I know he'll like to see me. 'cauRo ho'a
utttmnia a aooior, ana he alwaya pinohes
my uuoeKB, ana oaiia me hia Dilly Uot."
in the houae than a pun8ter." "1 Bee,"
aaid the iucorrigible brute : " Iledgehog,
ehV IPra hog. Ah, yes it'a for pork-
you-piue," and he alipped under hia ond
of the table juat in time to dodge the
misaiio hurled at hia head by the now
tuorouguiy exaaperated woman
Host (really in aconv ahout hia pol
iahed iuiaid iloor) " Hidn't you better
comeon tho carpet, old fellow? "I'm
bo afraid you micht alip. vou know.
(juest (with a woodcn leg) : " Oh, it'a
all right, old fellow I Thauka I There'
a nall in the end, you know."
"My dear," aatd llattler at the
table, looking up from hia evening paper,
" thiaFrenoh-ChinatroublelookB serioua.'
" Yea," auawered Mra. It., " Bridget broke
the handle off tho augar-bowl to-day ; but
I didn't think you would notico it ao aoon."
Tho New nirohnnlcat Mualcnl
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Two Montlin of 'Xlielr
Every Instrument Guaranteed.
Bont. on Itocnliit of Prlcet or hr
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tlnir KxnmlnHtlon l(o
POTENT R15AS0NS why every
famlly sbould havo a mecbanlcal
1, Klght dollars will buy one, while on
the other hand they can be had of any ilze
ana pnce up w uio mrtEest cnvrcn orgarit
1, They make the moet perfeot munlc.
3. Any one, to a mere chlld, can play on
vuoiu iu; hiu.iui wiuiuui au previous Jnu8'
4. While the chlld itra llself, lts ear i
musicauy uevctopcu nnu cumvatta
i. It learns practlcally to "leep time."
6. It learns to dlstlncralAh the 1ntfrrn1
and thua mkc a great etrlde forward ln
me an oi EinginK.
7. It learns from the relatlve lecgth of
the pertoratlons the relaUve value of the
8. It Etlni ln three month a nraptloAl
knowledice of muslc, which will nave the
r Mguu, iuit ur luur ycarsot laDor.
I 9. Ita Intereet ln muslc Is awakened.
I Vl. IU taste ln muslc ls cultlvated.
11. Ita love for muslols ttronglydereloped.
12. Rtlmnlated by lnterest, taste and love
I for muslc, the chlld comea to the keyboard
i uot only wllh plcasure. but vrttu a moral and
Imental force which wlU insure IU rapld
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I dren ut home and away fioui iulschlef, and
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honies wntre tne luxurles of expenslve
planos, orgtns and exitenslve tcachlng can
uot be hau.
CLUETT & SONS
205 Rlver Street, Troy, N. Y.
"The best preparatlon ever offered to the publio for
lameness In horses," says Hlehard T. Haley ot BomcrvMe,
" I have nsed Ellls's Snavln Cure for ulnd-galli on mr
horse," saya halhanlel Jlorse of I'embroke, Mass., " and
with perfect luccees." Try It, and you'll say eo, too.
Hr. W. White of nrockton, Man., senrts n this cheer.
lng news I "A sore broke out In the bolton) of my horie'i
foot, and extended through the top. Ellls's Bpavln Curo
hs cnred lt perfectly."
Davld Lnmberston wrltes i
a large iplint on my stalllon, " Crown Prlnce," EUls'i
b'avut vutc, uuicu ,1.
From the clty ot Boston, Ulgby Co., Kova Scotla, Mr.
a kick rrom a man raued
The Hev. W. I.. I'atker, Tastor ot St. Mary's Bav I!aD.
llarton, Nova Bcotla.saysi "Twobottlei
tlst churchcf 1
I I I I I I
I I I I 0
(With Patent Steel Forks),
of Kljts's Bpavln Cure have cured myhorse of rlnj
Spavlns, Spraln, &c.
Mi. IJ. W. neckler of Hancock Bnuare, Bnnker IIU1
Distrlct, lJoston, says i " Kllls's Hpavin Cure Is the most
snccesstnl remedy ever nsed ln mystables foriparmj,
. Onr $5. and 810. assortments of Ellls's reUable Ilorie
Kemcdles, phould be ln every "table. Bend for ' lIKtory
iu, uui.g nuu WBUiuuuilUS,
ELI.1S SI'AVIN CUItE CO.,
40 Sudbury Btreet, Boston, and 276 Fonrtb Avenue.X.Yj
A, 0. BROWN'S
Capital Represented, $150,000,000,
In these davs of doubt and uncertaintv
in buaineas, eapecially in the atanding and
aolvency of Fire and Life Insurance Com
paniea, tho attention ot msurera la reapect
tully called to the following list of retiable
and substantial Companiea represented in
Connecticut Mut. Life Ine. Co.
A. 0, BK0WN, Qeneral Agent for Vermont,
Tlilrty-ilf th Annnal Stutemcnt.
Assebj, December 31, 1S80, $19,(92,829 33
Bnrplus, 351,185 11
Itatlo of expense of management to recelpts, 7.7 per ceat.
J. & G. A. MUDGETT,
South Tunbridge, Vt.
Northern Insurance Company
Organlied in 1836. - - Assets, 825,223,896.
Imperial Fire Ins. Company
Organlzed ln 1803. - - Aseets, 812,270,090,
Phoanix Assui'anee Company
Organlzed ln 1782. - - - Assets, 88,107,123.
The lighteat dr.itt and most snccesstul Ted
der made. Acentn wnnted iu nli tinoccuried
terrltory. Send for circulars. AU lnqnirles PemiSylvania Fire InS. CompV
I ii ut,rr .(ttVTDirr i
promptly answ cred and information glven. , .. , . ',
y y J h Organlzed ln 1828. ... Assets, 1,800,000,
SflVG YOLir TfiGth! Philadelphia Fire Association
You can save your teeth by rganIzed ln 182- Asts, 84,000,000.
calling on Dr. Clarlc, where Insurance Co. of State ofPenn.
you can get them treated and or puiladelvuij.,
fillecl in the most approved 0rganUed ln im ,8680,000.
manner. The artificial teeth New York City Insurance Co.
lin lnanrf-.H nvn snnlrmi ni m fhn ujt jusn xujtn.,
hierhest terms. The nurest
Liquid Nitrous Oxide Gas Continental Insurance Comp'y
and tne lmprovea in
- ABsets, 8425,000.
ItAinniaviLLE. New Kent Countv. Vlmlnla. Dr.
Is a wonderful medlclne; lt has entlrely cured me ot Dynpopala.
haler used for extracting teeth.
A lady in attendance. OlTice
at the tooth sign, bouth Mam
Clark Johnion: Your Oreat Inttlnn ltlood Syrnp
11 13 au tnai it is saia to ne.
Mrs. IUtilda Dandridok.
BEST AITO OJIHAT-U
t wlU Crlvo tho Ilumorfromycmrl S
systcin, nnu rosuo your i s
tWlucU rnsryonr bcautyfj!
blood, nnd can bc
mo. II vou nrc
9 O. n
0 . A
U trr.nll onlv
tho Icsf niicl chtap'
mt mmllplnn. Trv
psand you v IU bo 63(13110(1.
Sf2 Gct U of yonrdniffslst.
UOI! T WAIT. UIT11 i
Tf xm ar anfforlnir frora Ktdney
iTllannn. nni U'lsh to llvo tO OldnKO.
Inse SUl.l'llUll JlITTJJItS. They
Inover fall tocnre.
riall'o nnsLflmfla niirofnrTnnlhnrhoklU'P.m
uoil unoiiiiiiuig uuiuiui luudiuuuuu
Prlcts, twcnty-flvo ccnts.
Rodp's Galculator aml Diary
Uakea l'rnctloal Arlthmetlo easy for nll. Slmjill
iles the art ot oomputatlon, and enahlos overy
l'Hrinor and Tradosman to make ourreot andln
stHntAiieona calculatlons ln nll thelr buslnoss trana
actlons. Is wortb Ita weight ln gold to every one qulck
ln Hgures, lt U neatly prlnted, elegantly bound, ao
companled by a IIbmiwable Dlary, Biuoati Hlate,
1'KBPiTCAL Caleudar and Valcablx Pocket liook.
Blorocoo, 1, Hent postpaid on reoeipt of prlce,
Aiients wantotl. Hells raptdly. AddreBa
FllUH L. HUNTINGTON,
88-39wc) Miilune, New York,
KHSKX JUNCTION, VKKMONT,
C. E. Domoritt, Proprlotor.
Tlils house bns lately boon tliorouglily ro
palred and put ln good shape lor accomodatlon
The use of the term
"Short Line" ln con
nection with the cor
porato name oi n great
road, conveys an Idea o(
just what ls requlred
by tho travellng pub
lio a Short Llno, Qulck
Time and the Uet of
accommodations all of
wlilch are furnished by the greatest rallway ln
It owns and operatej over 4,800 mlles of road
ln Northern Illlnois, Wlsconsln, Mlnneeotii,
Iona and Dakota; and ag its maln llnes,
branches and connectious reach all the great
buslnesB centtrs of the Northwest and Fnr
West, it naturally answers the descrlptlon of
Short Llne, and Best Konto between
Obicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and
ChicaKq, Milwaukee, La Crosse
Chicago. Milwaukee, Aberdeen
Chicago, Milwaukee, Eau Glaire
Gbicago, Milwaukee, WauBau and
Chioago, Milwaukee, Beaver Dam
Ohicago, Milwaukee, Waukosha
Ohicago, Milwaukee, Madison and
Prairie du Chien.
Ohicago, Milwaukee, Owatonna
Ohicago. Beloit, Janesville and
Ohicago, Blgin, Rookford and Du
Ohicago, Olinton, Rock Island and
Ohioago, Council Bluffs and
Ohicago, Sioux Oity, SiouxFalls
Ohicago, Milwaukee, Mitcholland
Rock Island, Dubuquo, St. Paul
Davenport, Calmar, St. Paul and
I'ullmnu Slecpors and the i'lncst Dlnlug
Curs in tlio worltl are run on the maln llnes
ot tha C1IICAGO, MIIYWAUKEI2 .V ST.
l'AUL lt AIMVAY, and every attention U
paia to passengers Dy courteous empioyes oi
PAPER BOX PACTORY.
BOOKS, MUSIC, KAGAZIHES. &c, bound.
I.THKAlir BOOKS reimlred. l'Al'EK
ni!i.i;i). jti.ANic isooics, i'apeh tau-
I.lH'.S, nnd l'Al'KK ltOXKS nmilo to ordor
ln tliu licnt, neutest nnil chvnpest innnner.
rnrtlc wlin l.nvn nny workthejMvlslnlono
ln t'ltliur of tlit iihnvu llncs vlll rotiHtilt thelr
own luti'rfst liy Ri'iiillni; It or -H-rltlnjr for
pruoH madtim w wumnnir
to nmiiiiig ni iiiiuuuuwiii
B. B. Merrill,
J. T. Olarlt,
A. A'. II. Oaruenter.
Uen'l 1'aM, Asent.
Ono. II. UiMirforil.
Am'i Uen'l faaa. -Vgt
1 AO FANCY ADVERTISING CARDS
J-v all dlSereot, with or without adrertlaementa on
them noat free, for ten 1-ocnt atampai 300, all dlSerent,
miiwuto ncniu iiook 1'iciures. jacenw. Auart
UNIO.N CAItl) COUl'AKV, Montpelier, Vt.
Organlzed ln 1852.
- Assets, 63,100,000,
DANIEL M. F0SS, Proprietor.
Foss' Beach, Rye, N. H.
ThU home ia a Prlvate lUmnllnir Tlouae. and ls
located on n hlnh elevnlloii ol land, with a good fawn In
front, commandlng a magnlflcent vlw of the Ilea of
cnoaiaana ine ueauiuut coast oi ye anu iimuiiiuju,
while the e vlew l unsurpanaed. lt 1 alo wlthln flve
roils of one ot the flr bathlnK brachea ln Uye, two
rallea In eitent. Uoodflghlnitfromtherocksor Inboats.
This house haa a good ilratnage. . l'ost-otllco addrcea,
V. M. FOSS. I'ortamouth, N. II.,
nox 364. Take Fosa' Ileach coaeh at I'ortamouth for thia
house. Xeareat house to the beach. Mall twlceaday.
Hoard a to S3 per week l unuaren per weea, vi-vi
Manhattan Fire Insurance Co.
OF JV'JBH' xomc,
Organlzed ln 18T2. - - - Assets, 8900,000.
Connecticut Fire Insur'ce Co.
Organlzed in 1850. - - - Assets, 81,600,000,
First National Fire Ins. Co.
OF WOltCJSSTJSli, 2IASS.,
Organlzed ln 1868. - - - Assets, 8300,00f.
The Eoyal Insurance Comp'y
Organlzed in 1845. - - Assets, gold, 820,000,000.
London & Lancashire Ins. Co,
Organlzed ln 1801. - - - Assets, 87,600,000,
Commercial Union Ass'ce Co,
Organlzed ln 1801. - - Assets, 819,351,071.
Lancashire Insurance Comp'y
Organlzed in 1852. - - Assets, gold, 810,000,000.
La Confianco Insurance Co,
Organlzed ln-1814. - - Assets, gold, 80,700,000,
Travelers' Insurance Comp'y
Fald-up Capital, 8600,000. Assets, 84,955,990.43,
Becure a Oeneral Accldent l'ollcy for a ipeclned tum.
to be paid In caae of death by accldent, or a weekly ln.
deniHUy lt the Injury wboUy ulaables the Insured froin
bla empioymeni. it wm ne wnuen lor one or mora
montha or a year, as may be deaired, and the coat la o
low aa to place a comf ortahle msurauce wlthln the reacb
of almost every man whose time and labor areof any
value to him and hia famUy. Une ln atxteen of the ln
sured have recelved caali iymenta under thelr accldent
Large risks placed at a moment's no-
tice, aud at equitable rates. Lossea ad
justed aud paid at this oiBce, and due
notico of expiration of policies given,
Correspoudeuce, and ordera by mail or
telegraph, faithfully attended to.
Eggs and Poultry
All klnda of l'oultry, all the year round, and Egga by
the Hozeu or case. Ulgheat caih price will he paid.
l'oultry can ba ihlpped by rall tn roush box coopa con
talnlng 100 toSOO pounda each, and coopa will be returned
Legnorn tggs ior beiung. Geneiial iNsmtANOE Agent,
Auction Commission House I
We make a specUlty of furnlshing White and Ilrown
Leghorn Eggs for aettlng at flfty cent per doien.
A. W. WILDER A CO.
NortbBeld, Vt., July 1, 1883. t'3-15
Wo have a large
thirty eonta up.
alogue, descrlhlng eaeh pattern, sent by mall
on recelpt of ono threoent statup. Agents
wanted ln every town. Address
Mu. & Mns. A. 0. Ukabkoiid,
07-tf Uatrp, Vetmont.
FISTULA AND PILES
Ctirctl Avitliout tlio Uso of tlio Knlfo.
M.KEAI)(Al.l).,liarvaru,i!ne).4i Kotnvrsut hlrwl,
Itoaton. Bive siuiciai niieuuuu w viietruaiinenioi rjs
TUI.A, 1'II.KH AN1) AI.I. niSKAHKS OF
Come hlgh, come low, to the Auction Commission
House aud buy your Teaa illrect from Chlna and Japan,
through the recrtvers. Alwaya ou hundt Frult, Tobacco
nnd Clgais, 8econd-hand Furnlture. lamtheontpAuo
tlouter tn Moutller that makes a specUlty ot aeUlBg
real and petsonal protwrty. Employment Agency,
South Maln St, Montpelier, Vt.
TllfC ItKOXUAft wlthouV Uetentlou fiom bUAlneiw,
School Furniture for Salel
Ueata aud deaks for nlnety pupllg are now otfered for
tale by the Montpelier Unlon School Distrlct, they are
imxlorn ln slyle, In fair condlUou, aud weU adapted to
the wama of a country school. Can be seeu at the Unlon
School uulldtng, or at the auctlou rooiua on Maln street,
Call soon for good barxalns.
llV OltDEK OF COMMITTEE.
Montpelier, August 21, 16SS. MJ-U
WILL 11E NEATLY
prlnted on FIFTV
all U0trent, and aeut posi-iuid for only four 3-oenl
atl Uitttretit. and aeut itost-itaid
kUiupai stx packs for tweuty 3-cont stamiu, Addreat
U.MOK CARD CO., Montpelier, Vt.