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VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOTJRNAIi, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1883.
SIX I.1TTLK BIAIUKNS.
l'U tell you a. story, I'll slug you a song,
It's not very sliort and It's uot very loutt
Of slx little maldemt tnwhtto tliey were drcsseit,
And ech was tlie sweetest and oach wiia tlie bost.
Invlted for four well, now, 1ft tno seei
Waittng was dull, o tliey got there at thieo.
Thero was little Mlss Katle and Nellle nnil Sus,
And little Jtlss llessle and l'olly and rrne.
It mlgbt have been Jnne, If lt hadn't been Ma.Ti
Theflrst ot tlie montb, nnd a boaultful dayt
They ktssed wlion tliey mct, as tlie Udlos all do
Kate, Sule, and Nell Hess, l'olly. and rrue.
They danced and they sklpped and they saog andlbey
And they formed pretty groups ln tlie sun and tlie shacle j
And 1 sstd, when they asked me ot whlch 1 wa f ond,
" Brunettea are tho dearcst, and so are the blonde."
And that nlght, as I bade thcm adteu at tlie gatc,
Dees. rollr. and l'rue. and Sue, Nellle, and Kate,
llaw I wlsbed that "good-byel" could have bcon
And I lald l " Come at thrse I" so ai to get them U twoi
U. '. loarie.in St. Sichotator Awl-
Dnlsy Green ln tho Attlc.
WherB la Daisv?" askpd Mrs. Green,
one forenoon, of the woman who was do
InK hor ironincr. Mrs. Green had been out
in vlolt n. sink ladv and had left Daisy at
home, not wlthout aome apprehension lost
she might get into mischief or trouble, al-
tnongu uaisy waa notquuoso njiouuiuvuuo
" Up in tho attic, I gueas, mnm, waa
the woman'a reply.
So Mra. Green went up ataira and
pauaed at the foot of tho attio atairway.
" Daisy haa company, it aeema," thought
Mra. Green, as ahe heard tho aound of
voiees. Daisy often took her playmatea
to the attio, whore they could romp as
muoh aa thev Dleaaed. Aa Mrs. Green
waa about to turn away, aho heard Daisy
say, " Now, ohildren, let's play church,"
so ahe sat down on the stairs that she
micht hear the play.
"I'll be tho ohoir," continued Daisy,
"and Lizzie and Matreie and Beli and
Jimmie inav bo tho people, and Benjie
may be the minister because he is gooder
than the reat of us ; but you muac skip
the oravers, Benlie, lor ita wicfeea to
prav when ve ain't in solemn earnest."
1'he ohoir then executed a solo with re-
markable trills and shakes and quavers in
Ihen a voice wuicn
hls father koeps bo many of thom," eald
this very origlnal toaoher. And Benjle's
Tolce read :
ITorses have four lotra and rnn twloo
aa faat oa boya who havo only two lega.
Somotiraes thev run away and spill folka
out and kill thern, but nobody blamea tho
horae ; if boya killod folks, they woultt bo
nug- . ......
" Lilzzio. you may roaa aoout uous.
" Dol a aro llttlo folka that are made for
ohildren to play with. Sorao are made
of wax, and aomo of Chinn and othor
things, ancl tney are an uignesses, dui
tholr inside ia moat always aawdust, and
if thev trot broko tho sawdust will run
out of thom, and leavo them all holler
" Bello mav read about about ooal,"
said Daiay, whoao liat of aubjeots seemod
" Uoal 1s dirty, blaok stull, tliat peopio
build flres with. Mamma aays it is dug
out of the croundt but I diggod and
digged ono day, and madoadreadfuldeep
hole, but there wasn't any coal thoro."
" Now you may all have somo lunon,'
said tho teaoher. "and vlsit with eaoh
other while vou eat it. You can havo
minoe nie and frult oake. and eat as muoh
as you pleaso, for such things don't hurt
ohildren in this kind of achool."
Teaoher I" oried jMatrcle. " Jimmio
snatched part of my cako, and won't givo
it bacfc ; he is just as mean as he can bo
aassy thinp 1"
" Teaoher 1" said Uello, " tiizzio b owler
is making up faces at me and pinching
me, and I wish sho wouldn't go to school
hero any more plague tako her I"
" Jh dearr thouohtthe llttlo woman on
the stairs, " I can't havo Daiay play with
children who talk Iike that."
" Teaoher I " said Uenite, " tho minco
pio ia all eone, and I haven't had enouch."
"ever mind," aaid uaisy, " it la tlmo
to Iook at picturea now. Hore is a pio-
ture-book lor Jimmio, and romo Wiuo
Awakes for Belle, and a box of chromos
for Magcie, and aome stereoscopio views
for Lizzie, and when you havo all looked
at them, you can cuange about till every
body haa seon them all."
" It is a pity that somo of our school
committees could not sit on our attio
stairs awhile ; they might get somo uso-
iul ldeas," thougnt Mrs. ureen.
" Teacher 1 called .Jimmie, " what ia
thia picturo about
" That ia the big Towel of London,
-WSLAJS NEW aMCJI-I BLOOD,
Aml wlll complctcly clmiiRn tlio Wood ln tho ontlro ayatom In thrco months. Any por
min who -wlll tnlto 1 l'lll cnch nlplit from 1 to 18 wrrkg, mny 1)0 rcstorrtl to aountl
liralth, lf sucli n (lilnfT 1)0 posslljlo. For rurliiR FcmnloCotnplnints thrsn IMlla liavn no
rqtml. 1'lijRlclans uao thom In tholr prnctlcc, Solil ovorywliero, or annt byninll for
clKhtlcltor-fllnnipn. Scnil for clrcnlnr. I. S. JOHNSON Sc CO BOSTON, MAS.S.
CROUP, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS.
JOIINHON'S ANODYNE USIMENT wlll Imtan
taneously rcllcve Ihcao tcrrlblo OHcaica, and III pntltlvcly
curo nlne catcs out of tcn. Informatlon llmt wlll aave
many llrcs tcnt frco by mnll. Don't dclay a tnoment.
1'rcvcntlou la bcttcr than curo.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE UNIMENT L?OT?l8cfa
NiMiraluln, Innucnza, Snre Lun(t, niccdlnB nt tho LnnRJ, Chronlo Hoarscnni, lljeklng Coudh, Whooplnff Conti,
L'hronlo Ithcumallsm, Chn.nlc Dlarrhaa, Chronle DyacnterT, Cholera Morbui, KldneyTronbtcs, l)laie of tho
ttpinc ana iamo iiacK. noia cverywncro. ocnu tvs i""" n .ww " v-m vm.
An KnRll.ili Vctcrlnary Snrrcon and Chcmlst.
nnw travcllnff ln this country, aays that most
of the Ilorso and Cattlo l'owdera aold hcre
itrn wnrthldiiR trash. He narsthatShcrldan's
.,1HI,, lor. ir. nh.nlnli.1v nnrn n,l
Immenscly valuable. Nothlnu on carth wlll mako hena layllko 8hcrldan'i Condltlon rowdfjri
ii i i i i i i i i
MAKE HENS LAY
ful to 1 plnt rood.
Dose. 1 teain'n.
Soldevcrywhcrc.oricntbymaUforSfettcr-atampi. L 6. Joiissoh & Co.,lloaion, iUas.
SOLD Y O. Itr.AKHLEY, MONTPKLIKlt, VT.
M PM WHITE LEAD.
it . n 1 1. . nr T : i
a little boy who lived in the next house, anawerea ljaiay. j.wo mwe pnncea waa XLgmi (JX OullO Oti,
Biuutuuruu in ii uucu. iiieir wickuu uucio
Most Body of any Lead Made.
The following guarantoe attachetl to evcry packago : " This
package is warrantccl to contam nothing but liure WHITJB
LEAD, ground in pure LTNSEED OIL, and wo will givc
one ounce of G OLD for every ounce oi adulteration it may
bo fonnd to contam."
or sa at wholesalo and retail by
D. L. FULLER & SON.
THE ItEED PIPE
!!8GLARI IA 8
Tlie Now Mrclinnlcnt Muslcnl
CLARIONAS 40,000 CLARIONAS
IIbvo Ueen Hold Dnrlnc tlie Flrit
xwo iiioiiiiia in -xiieir
Every Instrument Guaranteed.
Bcnt. on llccelpt of I'rloel or by
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tliiB KxHmlnntlon lio
POTENT REASONS why evory
famlly should havo a mechnnlcal
1. Elaht dollars wlll bur one. whlle on
the other hand they can be had ot any ilze
and prlco np to the largeat church organ.
1, They make the moet petfect muale.
3. Anv one. to a mere chlld. can Dlav on
them any mntlc. wlthont any prerloua mns
4. 'Whlle the chlld amnaea ltaelf. Ita nr ln
mualcally dncloped and cuttivated.
S. It learna practlcally to "leep Hme."
6. It learna to dlatlngnlah the Interrala,
and thua mukea a sreat atrlde forward ln
me art oe Binginf.
7. It learna from the relatlve lencth or
the nerforatlons the relatlve value ot the
8. lt galna ln three montba a nractliwl
knowledne ot mnalc. whlch wlll aave the
leacner mree or lour yeara or laDor.
9. Ita lntereat ln rnuslc la awakened,
10. Ita taate ln mnalc la culthrated.
11. 1U love for mnalc la PtronglydevetoDol,
12. Htlmulateil by lntereat, taate and love
for muslc. the chlld comea to the keyboard
not onlir with nleaenre. butwlth a moral mi
mental force whlch wlll lnauro lta rapld
13. Huch an Inttrument haa a reflnlng In
fluence, aa lnualo alwaya wlll. keeplng clill
dren at homo and away from mlrchler, and
wlll brlng joy and happlneas In all thoae
homea wiiere the Inzttrlea of expenalTO
planoa, organa and eipenalve teachlng can
not be had.
CLUETT & SONS
205 Itlvcr Strcct, Troy, N. Y.
nr mmt trmarknbtr rmnlynf the nge."
Tamablo ln roniovlng
i.ajii;m.ss, sui i.t.nu
preparatlon that wtll.'l
it iiEJioTEa trirna
nit Mhnl tll.lfr r llf mlrtr
UndUputcd l'o.ltlvo KtMciicci of Abiolnte Cnrta.
IT WILL CUHB
whcro othere fall
srtiNTa, nti:iin'(Es 1..
IT LEAD8 ALL
the world, and
is mciir.v Ernnsrn
AaTHC Ili:STof nll Ilnrae Ilcmcdtea.
msToitv nr the nonsE,j
6fnt treton AppllrHllnn.
wUl convlnce every ons,
fimd aatnt on a pniUI,
Wo prcpnre Comlltlon I'owden and Hoot Otntmtnt,
Ilcave I'owders, Worm I'owdcr and Collo rowdtn.
All thcse on aale at Drugj
stores and harncas dcalera,
Prlce of ElUa'a Sparlri
I I I I I
I I I I I 0
oommencod to read aa followa :
" ' And Isaiah aaid unlo the people, Ye
have ainned and dono very wickedeat
thinps tind muat sit down in the aahes un
til yo have repented and made up your
minda not to uo bau thinp-s any more.
And tho peopio answered Isaiah and said,
Verily, we have tried hard to be good,
but you havo been harah with us, and we
are tolerably diacouraged. But Isaiah
aajCi nnto them, You must keep on trying,
for nnlesa yon repent and bo good you will
all be loat, lost, lost, so that you can never
be frund any more.' Ilero endeth the
Then the choir executed another solo
Then Beniie'a voice resumed, " i will
now read the notices :
" ' We shall have the uaual praver meet-
ings, and all the folks that come must
pray ; nobody must be lazy about it,
" ' There will be a missionary meeting
at my houso on Wedneaday. All folka
who Iike to work for other folks better
han for thomselves will please come ; to
make i it more mteresting I will tell storiea
abouftnyissionariea who have been eaten
up lor cfmdv balla bv the heathen : and
when you get tired of that, we can havo
a sewing.gociety and talk abont folks
If ru ... .-.r n
'-'"lueari " moanea .Mrs. tireen on
the staira, where did he get that idea ?
I am glad Daisv didn't sav that."
" As soon as the choir atops giggling
and whispering I will preach the aermon."
resumed Ueiijie. " Most ministers don't
wait fotf that. hnfc rhinlr t
The audience is asked to keep awako ; if
any one sleepa out loud, the aexton will
pleaste wako em up. My text is about
Acliin and Eve. Adam waa the first man,
8ftid ho was made of dirt: but Evo waa
' made of one of Adam'a bones. She
couldn t have been verv cood-lookinc with
out any (lesh. I'm glad my mother isn't
made of bones. The world waa new and
clean then, and Adam and hia wifo lived
in a beautiful garden where there wero all
kinda of animala ; there were lions that
didn't roar and acare folka, and tigers
that never ate folka up, and doga that
didn't bite, and cats that didn't scratch.
and there were lota of flowers that never
wilted or dried up, and lots of fruit, and
it waa never wormy, or rotten, or aour ;
uu iuey couiq eai au tney wanted with
out having the stomach-aohe. But there
waa one tree in the middle of the garden
that God told them not to touch, but they
Montpelier, Yt. The Mudgett
liko a big houae
me about thia,''
did it. it looka more
than a towel, I think."
"Teacher, pleaae tell
said Lizzie a voice.
" That," anawered the teacher, " ia tho
Looker-on. Ile's going to be killed by
thoae horrid snakes, and those aro his
little boya, and the snakes will kill them,
Mrs. Green nearly betraved her pres-
ence on the stairs by an audible laugh at
Uaisy a new namo lor the Laocoon I
" Toacher, who a this I " called Benjie a
" That is George Washintrton," replied
Daiay. " Ile waa the father of hia coun
try, and that woman beside him ia Martha
Washington, and I s'poae ahe waa the
mother of his country. They were very
nico people, i expect ; they Jook quito styl-
isb, 1 thinK."
" Oh dearl " sighed Mrs. Green.
" Thc girla may havo a cood lonor re-
cess, announced uaisy.
Tlien loiiowed a rush and a scramble.
and then gamea were propoaed: thev
played tag, and then blind-man's-buff,
and such dainty screams of mirth, and
such running, and such oxclamations
when one was caught, or another escaped,
wero never neard in Mrs. lireen's attic
'IIow can ao few children make ao
much noise ?" thought Mra. Green.
"uing, aongi ding, dongl" called
Daisy, and girls went in and boya
The boya played football. and thero
waa auch a running, and iumping, and
pounding, and yolling, aa defiea descrip-
" I should think thero were fiftv of
them," thought Mra. Green, clappincr her
hauds over her ears, as an empty buttor
urKin weni ciaiiering over tne uoor, doing
duty aa football.
Ihen the atudy door below waa oDened
and Mr. Green appeared on the threahhold.
' .hmily," ne called, "who is makinr
such an outrageous racket up there ? A
fellow can't write with the houso comincr
1 . I . ... w
uuwii Huoui. uis earsr
"lam C01UC UD to nnt a stnn tn it
replied Mrs. Green, runnine uo the attic
stairs ; but the " ding, dong," had sounded,
the turault subsided, and as Mrs. Green
reached tho playroom, Daisv sat nuietlv
on a packing box, with a large Saratoga
trnnK oetore her, evidently doing duty aa
(Wrltc for Clrculnr nml IMces.)
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didn't mind him, for a great hateful ser- a deflk no one elsa waa in aight.
pent made i.ve eat an apple from that
tree, and she liked it so well that ahe
teaaed Adam to eat eome too, and then
vruu urove tnem out ot tne beautiful gar
deu into the wildernesa and made them
worK lor tlieir living j and then tho liona
Degan to roar, and tigera began to eat
folka up, and doga began to bite, and cata
began tO scratch. and rnsfis hnrl t.hnrna tn
hurt folks, and Oowers wilted, and applea
and peara got wormy and rotten, and
gnipes got sour, and watermelon got to
giving folks colic, and everything went
wrong. And that'a the way it will be
with you, brethren, if vou eat thintra that
you ve been told not too. Meeting's done
Then there was a rush and stampede as
oi a ratner uisoraeriy audienco paasing
Mrs. Green on the stairs waa convuUed
with ailent laughter. lt is safe to aay
that she had enjoyed tho play as well aa
tho children had.
" Now let'a play school." said Daiav. " I
will be teacher, and we will have a school
Wlioro sonolara will havo real goodtimes
" I want to be teacher," said another
II t T .......
.now, irzzie. tnat lan't feind." an
awered Daisy ; " you may be teacher next
time, if you want too."
" That muat bo Lizzie Fowler," thought
Mrs. ureen, aa nearly as I can judge
bucionro uvo cnuuren up tnere besidea
"1 don't want to play school: I'd
ratner play tag," aaid another voice.
" ow, llelle, L am aahamefl nf vnn."
said Daisy ; tag is such a rnde play, and
eohool is more cultivating I "
" Tho scholara may all tako theirseata,"
continued Daiay who had never yot seen
the inside of a Bohoolroom. I waut you
all to read about thinga tbat you know
read about cats,
A boyish voice read as followa
"A cat slta on tho fenco and looka
about ber. Uata Iike to be on the fence
aa well aa boya do. When cata get mad
the hair atanda up on their baok. Cata
are amarter than boys, for they oan climb
trees without tearing their olothea."
" Benjie may reau about horsea because
Where are all thoae children ?" de-
manded Mra. Green.
' What children. mamma ?" aakfirl
" Why, those children who have been
playmg np hero with you, and making
bucu a lerriDie noiae," aatd Aira. lireen,
ataring about the empty room in utter be-
" There haven't been any children here
duc my lmaginary ones," replied Daisy.
uui ner motner continued to stare m-
creduloualy about tho room. and even
looked auapiclonsly at the chimney aa if
possiDie ior any ono to navo hlddon it.
" Did you play church and keeD school
with all those dinernnt vninivi vniirailf V
" Why, yes, mamma ; of course, when I
was a whole achool, I couldn't talk Iike
Daisy Green all the time."
" Uat how could you make so much
noise r asked her mother, still bewil-
" Oh 1 that'a easy enough," said Daiay.
"bhaii 1 sliow you how?" and ahe
jumped Irom hor peroh with a genuine
boyiah yeil, and ran for the butter firkin,
uiuui vviau juuiuan.
" Nol no I" exclaimed her mother, put-
42 t t 1- i ... ' '
uug iior. iiauua over ner eara, with a cry
oi cuuuu mrror, "i oame up on purpoao
to atop the noiae, for it dfaturba yo ur
papa very mucn. lou had better come
down now, and we will go out for a walk
atid tnen papa can have a quiet time."
liut aa they left the attio, Mrs. Green
could not rid heraelf of the feeling that
there muat be several children hidden
away there wbom she ought to send home
before going out herself I Golden llule.
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in rlllicr nf thn aliovo llues wlll colisult their
mvii IiitcrfKt liv acnilinir lt or ivrlttnir for
prKTs uhdtiu ui uiurr nfll
to IIIHI1III1 III IIIILULUUIV
La Confianco Insurance Cot
Organized ln 1844. - - Assets, gold, 86,700,000,
BEST -GJTO onnAT-u
wlH drlvo tho numorfromyotii
nnd sraootli. Tiot
"b. Tclilrh rmirvriiir bciutv
.."tb.. 4h?r ft nrn rimscd bT Imouro
fc, 'a. b SI.rcmoTcd In rt ehort
V. "Ja a tlmo. 11 vou nro
fc. J.sJ.;'P;.wl80 and nso
Ejstczi, nnu i
: JLmo c
im: best and highest pioaaurea aro
those wo evolve, not those whioh we re-
ceive. Faithful and honest work does, it
Jimmie, you may becin ; vou mav i8 truo, brinr competonoe, f rienda, reapeet,
111 f. finta.1' 1 rtartinna fnrtnna rn fnmn tinnnni Itnf
it does muoh moro than thia. It dovelopa
our powera, atrengthena our oharaoters,
oheera our spiiita, givea us aelf-respeot,
onhauoes our value and icfuses an lntereat
in life of whioh nothing oan deprlve ns.
TnouiiLE ia eaaily borno when every-
1 I f l 1 1 !
i Doay givea ic a 1111 ior you.
gr o nt
I I Thn TJoia
I (lt Einall only
eit mcdlclno. Tiy 11 h
P3 nnt It Af VfMtwmirrrvUt
Don't Wait. get it at O:
If lon aro snlTorlnK from Kldney
I Dlaea.e. and wlatl to llvfflo old aze.
Ineo UULl'UUlt JiHTisua. 'luey
never fall to cnre.
IN PRESS AND NEARLY READY,
L. O. EMERSON'S
SEW AXD SUrERIOR HOOK FOR
Cinging Olasses, Choirs, Convontions,
Kew Sluto, Kew Kxer?lf8, Xew and adjranced Meaa
In Teachlng. Sew 8onK", New DneU, h'ew Trloc, New
Olert, Quartcn, Hymn Tunea, Motl and Anthem..
A new and tteth collectlon througbout,
Preparo then a Itouslni; Koceiitlim for
The Singers' Welcome!
Tenchern of SIiirIdk Olaasei, anil nll lnter
eated, wlll lilenaeexamlne.
Send for our elrgant and cheap edltlons of Iolanthe,
(Sl.)i l atlrnce, !.); riratn, (fl.lt 1'lnafore (M cta.);
Borcerer, (II.): or ot an; ot tlie nimfern llalit ciera.
ltemeraber alo onr ttandard and grand orra.,51lg
non,(f3.)l Aida,(f.) Cnrmen, ('.'.) .Mefl.U)fele,(t2.1l
Zenoma, (.',); rallnltza, (;.); anamany otnera.
WAll SONOB. For the O. A. U. and all othera,
fiO cta. paper) OO cta. boarda; 70 cta. cloth.
We imbllali W0 Initrnctlon Book. Among thfm aret
Kmraon'a Vornl Aletliml. (fl.M)).
Wlimor's Iilenl Methoila, (Mch75 ct.) for Vlolln,
ior umiar, ror riauo, ior L.ornet, ana manr omer
Anv tiook lnalled for rptall nrlce.
Deacrlpllve Clrcularn, Llita and Cataloguee cheertully
O. Ditson & Co., Boston.
Dalll. flaa UlmDn Pi.rolnTnnlliaKliB!''." W 5
UDII UUB millUlU UUIOIUI lUUlllBUUUl
Irlca. twentr.flTS centi.
Tlm IV13' OAl.V.IVIlAIt of tho
OONSERVATORY of MUSIO
lieaullfully Illuitrated.M pa. SENT rillJU to
yourKlf and muilcal irtfD.I.. Bend nane and addntsci
to K.TOUltJKK. Franklin Sq.llOBton, Mats.
The Largeit aml beil ypolnlrd Hiulo. lAterarv am
J.rt School, anl IlO.nUtT iewij ladlti.in tht uiorU.
Eggs and Poultry
All klnds of roultry, all the year round, and Eggs by
the ozen or cae. Hlgbeat cash price wlll be pald
Toultry can be ahlpped by rall ln rough bor coops con-
mUi.,.mivuUU.v.v..r........... , ,
r when wanted. xraveiers' insurance vjonap'v
Leghorn Eggs for Setting. raid-upcapitai,s6oo1ooo. A8sets,'s4,955,99o.i3.
We maie a :IaUy of funushlng White and Drown
Leghorn Eggs for Beltlng at nfty centi per ilozen.
A. W. WILDEll A CO.
Northfleld, Vt July 1, 1BS3. C3-1S
1 KiiB Pntterns.
thlrty cents up,
' Doscrliitlvo cat-
alogue, describlng each pattorn, sent by mall
on receipt of one tluee-cent stAmp. Agents
wanted ln every town, Address
Mit. & Mns. A. C. llitADKOitn,
97-tf Barre, Vermont.
K8SHX JUNCTION, VEKBIONT,
C. E. Domorltt, Proprlotor.
This houso itns lately been thoroughly re
pntred and put lu good tthnpe for accomodatlon
FISTULA AND PILES
Cnrctl wlthout tho Uho of llio Knlfo.
ltoaton, glve BiHvlal atunllon to tlietrtatmentor F18
TIII.A, 1'IT.KH ANII AI.L, DIHISAHHS OF
T1IK ItUUTUAI, wlthout detentlon fiom bunlneui.
Abunuani reiereuces giTen. rampnieta eeni on appnca
tlou, OSlcehoun I'itol r. u. (exoeptSunilayii). 83-93
Becure a Qeneral Accldent Follcy for a crieclfled inm.
to be pald ln caae ot death by accldent, or a weekly ln.
I demaity If the Injnry wholly dlaables the lntored from
hia employment. lt wtu be wrltten for one or mora
montlis or a year, aa may be deelred, and theooat Uao
low aa to place a coinf ortable tnaurance wltnln the reacb
of alnioat every man whoae time and labor are of any
value to him and hia tamlly. One ln tliteen o( the ln.
eured hare recelred cah paymenta nnder their accldent
Larco risks placed at a moment's no-
tice, and at equitable rates. Loaaea ad.
justed and paid at this ofQce. and dua
notice o: expiration ot pollcles given.
Correspondence, and ordors by mail or
telegraph, faithfully attended to.
.A-. C. BROWN,
General iNsunANOE Agent,
Auction Commission House!
Come hliih, come low. to tha Auction CommlMlon
IIoumi andbuy your Teaa dlrect from Chlna and Japan,
througn tne rvceive r. Aiway on Dana I 1 rult, Tobacco
and Clgari, Hecond-liand Furulture. lam the only Auo-
uoneer lu jionipeuer idh maaes a Bpeciauy or leuiug
real and iereonal proinsrty. Employment Agency,
South Maln St., Montpelier, Vt.
The fall tenrt of thia flrn-clau preparatory achool wlll
begln on Tliuraditr. Auijust OO, 1883, under a
oompetent board of tustructora. Kor catalogue address
06-11 UIIA11I.ES A. HMIT1I, Socretary.
Our new liook bv the autbor of " Pok'a Itail IIot
aml lila l'a." Balea enormous, lurvrlilng old can.
Taaners. Nollilngllke It. It la a llterary marvel, 100
Ulnstratloiifi low ln prlce. 1VAN1KU,
Term. and I.aniihahl lUuitratKi circuiar ntr.E.
ITUKHUISIS SIOOIAKIM, UlllClIluatl, U.
School Furnjture for Salel
Beats and desks for nlnety puptla are now offered for
sale by the ilouteller Uulun School DUtrlct, They are
moderu ln ttyle, m fair condltlon, and weU adaptsd to
the wanta of a country school. Can be seen at the Unlon
School bulldlug, or at the auction rooms on Mala street.
Call soon for good bargalni.
UY OKDER OF COMMITTEE.
Montiieller, August31,18!a. 63-tf
WILL UE NEATLV
printed vn nrTV
31 aTl a IhaJ
m -w aw mm h m Viii uiiiu w-Ta7
all dyfferent, nnd tat pot-iiUd tor only four 3-cent
Umv tlx packB for twentf 3-cent Btaups. Adclreu