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VERMONT WATOIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1882.
"UNTO TIIK HNI." - llattna lortd Ml " A" ", ' Uttd thrm unto the end." Cntottimtl'' Whl flranje, Swett, wondronaloy.l llow iteoji, liow onJ and truo. For love tbat anow. no etiange W. but MeK In valn, llie wlite vorUt tbrouzh. UnioUieeiniheioveii Tha Imllj iW '"M c,,lcd " w own'" Nor eve r licnrd nnniovr-il tbelr cry for lielp, lu torroa. plaltillve lone. "Unto llie end I" All. all Who are M o n are known lo Hm by naun i Ko teat of thtlr. can frtll But Ju know tbe aourro from l'M" " "' L'nto llie end. allliotigti Wayard and unckactvlwt e may I Wllh calnl nnd r-eaiwleM flo The tlde of love dlvlne rolla atronif nud tree. " Unto tlis endl" Thou.li ldo And hlllh elon O'" W ,ta,k 1""''r ,r ' Tbla Irutti will .tlll ablde To comlott and auitaln," We are hl or,n." tnto tbe end hla own t Not dralb luolt Irom him oar ou1 ciu pnrti Hli hand t overthrown AU that dlvldel u from hla hotne and Jipart. "l'nto the endl" Wllh nnna Outetrelched he walt. to clasp ua to hls bien.t, W here. lafe from all alitrm. He oflm tn our eheUer and ouf rest. t'nlo tha end to llve Andknow ttiat we aro hl, and only hlal Tb. Jjy.tbateitlh pan atve, III mecleat and III bmt, fleM no auili bll. Unto the e n,l I" Tlilneownr 0, dear and blwed Master, can it bo That nevtr niore alono Our weary hcarw liuy dttcll In Mjace wllh lliw, Knowlna tliat to llie end Thou v, ltt be v, Ith vt", w aivlng hy onr Mde. oar guardlnn, irulde and friend, Untll ln beaven w e ihttll w llh Ttue ablde 7 Dolug Onc's Own Woik. " Nover mlud what he'a dolug, attenil to your own work." "llut hea puiung ms mhlnn a.n out of troars ho'll ruln it." " Tlie superintenJent will seo to that iriind yoti your work." And bo he went back to Lls work and dld It well nud earned liis wnvea. So It ia lu churclies. Men are too hmv walchlni? other neonle's work aud mi nhini.rv to do tlieir own proin'rly. And now we troros.e, m an epcriinent, tlial BvBrv man and woman besiu hy doinc mod- ostly what first comts, and witli falth and nope UUUU lip Uieir UWIl UUIP) nuu miwi iwi tliH irapeuiteut around theui. Tlterfl are tin manv in our own faruilies wlio nced tht word in sensou and the faithful, helievitit' prayer. hat an inpreasion wouia l made if each one of U3 could bco tho conver' aiou of ono soul siater, brother, chlld, fripml. npiolibor. Direct prayer for one. leada to eilort for one, and tho hord's rower ia not limited to scores, or huniireds, 01 thousaudi. Ilut hundrwU and tnousanu. ara made tip of iudividuaN, aud tho re deinption of each soul U prtciou'. There i rerhaca too uiuch talk now of the questioi of nalvation and shall all be saved or lost at once, or will there be further probatlon V The opposing opinions and argumenta show tnat the nuestion cauuot uo suuieu. . what matter ? There is too uiuoli strea laid upon the mere eafety of tho soul. That no doubt. is ureciou". but the oreat point ii the liviug to God, the uiaking the wholo of this llfe a school 01 preparaiion ior anotuei. Kven if it were tircmUed in soino way thai a soul should bo saved in the end, we ueed be nono the lesa zalous that the life be givei to the service of Christ. Therefore we saj " Arise, arise good Christlan I" and be faithful to individual souls. " Save with fear, pulling them out of the fire." Some years ago a child of Christiau parenta said to a fritnd, " You are the first persou who hat ever spoken to mo direolly on tho sur iect of nersonal relicion." iMy brethren, these thinga ouglit not 60 to be. " Speak Ui that touuc uian." Let us try if prsonal faithfulness will not bring the revival we seek and need so uuch. Chrulian lievl. " Tliou Shalt Xot CoTct." That covetoumesa ia a tnore aboundin slu iu this land and age thau eren intenj perance, we shall not stop to prove. Ati who tnay a6k proofs of it show that the have maue very scaniy ouservauon 01 lui moral condttiou ot ine couniry. soc oni doea it pervado "the world" outside tl churches, but it ls a deadly dry-rot in t li churchea themselves. So low have we gol that the right of a man to giro Ms whol enerey to cettine money for mouey's aak ia no longer questioned outside the pulpil and rarely euouch in it. There are, ho ever, a few reformers who speak their mind with suuicieut explicitness on this suliji'Cl Not long ago, they made a publio protost ii; Chicaco agaiust building a church witl money left for that purposo by a porlt apeculator. Ihe religioua world gave nn heed to tne protest. . . . utnersinners slu i. paroxysm; the covetous man inceisantly. Others give (Jod a chance now and then to Qnd the opening by wliicli he can get iu ; the covetoua man never. Others bave at least the shame of their siu ; but covetoua ness, so long aa it retpfcta certain lituit", I, hiehlv respectable. No person can hav read the Christiau gopela without observ lng the tremenaouH scresa lam upon the sn of covetousuesa by Jeaus of Xazareth. Som of the groaer claa, such aa drunkenno and impurity, seemto haveappeared to him much lesa terriblf, iu their iwwer to blind the huuian spirit, than the sln of covetoua nesa. Hls voice reached such sinuers more easily than it reached the nch and retpect; ble classes, whose chief end waa to join uouse 10 nouse anu ncia 10 ueiu. iience iil repeated warning: " lake heed and bewai of covetousnesa i " "Ilowhardly shall they i t n. l: , iroa. tleuce tlie reourrence to thia sutgec in his parablea: "The Unjust Steward,' "Theltich Man aud I.azaru," "The Hich Man and his ltarns,"" The Ten Talenta, "The I.alorerain the Vintyard," and others rjearues. he j mtrican. Iustaut lu Scaon. At one of the Friday night boya' meet' inga in the Tabernacle a lad of about sii teen yeara, an orphau boy, waa tlie first to lead a prayer. Ilia tostimony, shortly after warda, waa noticed by all forita earneatnesa and worda of enconragement to those just startlng in Christian llfe, and aeemed to come from one who waa well advanced in the way, although it waa but a year since he began. At tlie " aftor-meeting " he waa ol aerved to be busily engaged in leading the young inquirera to the Saviour, and iu the jast one 10 wnom ne spoKe ne snowea an un uaual iuterest. After the reot were eone we haatened to speak to one who seemed likely to make an excellent worker iu the meet. ings, and with a heart full of interest he made plans for the nextweek's work. Sun dayevening two boya came to one of the workera, aud the elder aaid : " Ilere'a a boy that'8 found Jesus." " I am glad to hear the t ; and where was it that you found him ? " " Klght here, Bir, in the rooni," said the lit tle fellow, earnestly j and then, in a hushed voice, lie added, "and the boy that talked aud prayed with me, and led me to Jesus, waa killed Saturday morning." Inquiries were made, and it waa learned that the lad waa comiug to his work Saturday morning aa usual, and becoming coufused in some way stepped in front of an approaching railway train and was instantly crushed to deatli. Monday morning, as we stood by tbe side of that ccfliii, aud looked upon the bruiaed and maugled form of that young dlsclple, we gathered therefrom a lessou of instaut aervice. Ily tbe side of the dead, with bowed liead, we prayed Ood thatwe mlght be faithful ever to the livipg, and w ithal came the thought, It ia well I Ilia lat night'a work waa for Christ, and it was well done. Go thou and do llkewiso.' " Little Chriitian. Tho After-31 eetlng. Many of the resulta of preaching are lost because no syatematlo rnethod of gatherlng them up ia adopted. After every eermon, or at least once every ijuuday, an opportu nity should be given thoae who have been Impresseil by the truth to manifest the in. terest they feel. The writer remembers the oase of a mluister who stopped in the rnld dle of a touching sermon, aud asked those who desired to jield their hearta to Christ to rlse. About thlrty rose Instantly ( he of. fered an earnest praver for them. and il.on resumel his fcermon, explaining to them the way of Balvatiou. That mtthod tnay not ofteu be thetrue one; but aoine way must be adopted to get into pereonal relations wun tne unconverteu. sometlmea an Invi tatlon to remaln, from the pastor, to those who deslre to become Chriatiana, may reach tbe deaired result J but usually the best way ia to have a prayer-meetlng at tho close of the evenlng sermon, llieaudionce being ilia misaed, or not, aa may seetn best. Call for an exnresslon, then dimlsa all but tlioao who have fndlcated in Bome form their deslro to seek Christ. Some method must be adopted. Many preacherj are throwlug away golden opirtunitiea. It renuirea courage, faitb, pluck but it pays. Stamlanl. To judok rellglou we muit have it not stare at it from the bottom of a seemlngly intermlnable ladder, Qeortje MactlonaLl, WE DO NOT CLAIM that lloon's haihamiiilla wltt curc cvcry tlilng, t"t th tMt lliatonlhe imilty and iltalltyof tho Wooit itercnil tho tlgor and hcallli of tho uhole aystcm, nmt that tllspaso ofvarlous klnila 1 otlen only tlio len tlmt naturo ls trylnj to rcraoM! tho dlsturblng cauao, c ni o naturally lcd to tho conclmlon thatarcmcdy lliat Blvca Hfo nnd Mi:or to tlioWocHl,ciallc.itc9 tcrotula aiul otlur Im imilllca (romlt.aalloou'a SAimi'Amu.A imiloiilitcdly ih'cs, must ho Ihe incain "t !"! vcntluK many dlacnwa that wouM o"Ciir u llinnt ItatuOt lieilCP IIIO IICHI Ul 11 uriiii- nesa h qnlto nn exteiulcil one. nn.l o ro wariantrd In leruniint'lidhnt U l"i Jll " lilcli nrc caiucd raiiRfnii nia 01 ino siuin by nn uunnlurnl stafe ot tho bloiul. Why i Suffcr with Salt-Rlwum ? MrniH. C. I. Hooti tt Co., Lowell, JIa. nrnllemen-I waj n crent Mfei" Rlll-liheum 011 my llmba, f"r '!'" M.1? prnlntH to tlie MiniiiM r ol IM. t ; ' imo 1 waa cnrert l,y lloojl'a h.jrnpn IIU. onon, Merrt nnd llih. ntrtii'lv, st llint l rmiU not hclp fointililiiu.wlilfh ol0" innilo them woisc. At the tlme 1 00111 lncnci'd MUnir I ood'a Karwnal llll ( tl tlio simitm'l ot ikti.j lliey wcif jo lmil thnt tliey tllachargeil, niitl.l was ol.llmd to kr ' II'"'' l.atlagcd with llncn clotlia. The l f i ilrawii so llKlit ,hy tho hent ot tl t iIIwm that It 1 slmiid mcr Ihcy wotihl cim-k iirfn nnilnrtinllyl'rlnit tenrslntoiny ejej. Iho tltatliotlle lieui'titeiltnosolniiili tli.lt Hoii llmieillnklnclt IHI 1 waa ciiiu 1 ti'c .I cme m ot IiKfi()lle()lnllneiil,loiclli o .10 ItrhhlB. lloplnK lnnny eillHTa tn.iy Ir.illi llin Ulneiif lliJl,Mra.ipatllla aud licdio aa inuiliU'iicntna l nae, i oni, Vciytiuly joura, IIOODY. ;s Iiio.ulay. Loncll, Mass.,Jan. 1.1, IS78. Hooci's Sarsaparilla IssoldbydrueRtata. 1'rlco Sl, orslx forS.1. l'reparcd by C. 1. 110011 . Co., Lowell, Mass. jAiTtl WITH THt UIOuaAPHY Of O i.SCt Bf tKAMirtlNO THIS 1MI CQICAOO,! Dy the oeutrnl posUIon of ita line. cunn cts tho l.uat and tlio Wctt by thohortcBt roui- .n'ttl cnr rie ptsBciicers, without cliango of cam, liclwctQ Chicugo nna Katigntt City, Couuoll BlufiB, Li ocu north. Ainhlaon. Miuncanoh and tit. Faul. It coodcoU In Unlon JJcrota with all tho prmclpal liniof tna.il bcivrecn tha Allnutlo ancl tho I'auilla Ooeana. ltn cqulpincnt ia uiirivalcd nnd tnnKiiilU rcal, bclnR compoBfd ot Uosi Conifortabla nnd ileautilul Uay CoacshCf!. WaantUoout llorion Ile oliiunc Ultmr Car, I'ulhnau'a rrcttict 1'alao BloepiDff Cara. nnd the U at Lino ol JJinirm Cor In th World. '1 htro Traina bctwoon CbioaKO and MlBnouri Htvpr PotniB. Two TralDB betwccu Chl offgo aud Utntjoapohand t. Paul.via the I'araous "ALBERT LEA ROUTE. A New and Direct Ltnc, vla Scncca and Kankn keo.lns foontly b cn oprnt-d bt-twccn Richmond, Kusta.NaahViUO. LouiHvtlle, Li-xitiRtoii.Cinoltinntl, Indianapoli attj Xidayptto, aud Oimha, Minntap nlla nnrl Ht. P.iul aiiiI intnrm illilfl nntntii. All ThroucU FasitengGru Tiavtl on 1'oat Expresa Trnlna, Tinketafor taloat nll princfpal Tlcket Ofncealn IltaiKAico olicclcd ihroiinh and ratca of faro al, waya a lowps ooinpetitors that oHer lcaa advao taca. For dctailedinformation.got tho Mapa and Pold rs of tho CREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTT, At your nearest Tlokct OtP"t, or address R. R. CABLE, E. ST. JOIIN, lc erci. & Oen I U r tiea I TkU A fut. A(L CHICACO. THE GREAT German Remedy. STRUTHS FOR THE SIGK. I I Tor thoso dcatbh I Inilloua fencllq. dc- T.riflica In dcllcato hcallh, vho aro all rundOim, filiouMuso I Incnil cn fetiLrnuTi llluiTTEits, It will curc 1.000 ivlll bornljQ' i 'Iha .lont DvrnPti' torncasowncrobCL; niun i:iTTtn3 vll) ootr torcuro. It KUcurctl Ijyir.lng Oncratlvc3vlioart Inu.ltf f.fiiiflncrl In Clcansotliovitiatcd 1 10 n.uia onii'woric- ibloodvhcn you bccPI n&t nrocnro euf- iir iiiroiicuLnn si.in flclont cxcrci3c, nnd alLvliooxo conOiicL! In doors, ennuiii mt strt.ruut UiTints 'imt Iicalth ivlU lol- They will Jiot tlicu iiow. fiL'LTIIUll liiTTcns Ccncral DcbUltl wlU curolvcrcom nlnlnt. T)nnt bodla. jcourascd j it will curc rnns, nnd you ivill not lo irouuicu. a Rri.riicn uinxnsm Don'tbo iIthout IwiUbuUJ youiiiiatirlM bottlo, Try it; you Imatoyoueuongtiad jbcalthy. Suiphur Bitters, DI1 n-n Ulnnln Pt-i-afnFTftftthaPnnK111."!'?!? rrlLO, twcnty-flvo cunts. frui I irfmi r , 4IC iHIIIBlljr Ikillny IS ml 1 caiiU. PARKEtt'S CBNCER TOEMIC An tnvigoratmg Medltlne that Never Intoxicatei 'Imsd tiuiitiscotiiUiniliott of (-infr. ISu m MiM.i i .iiltmt-n im.l itianv Olhcr of tli lnt thc buwcls, sinii.ach, lner, ViiJocja nndlunfii, w The Best and Surett Courjh Cure Ever Uted. If vouara nifTi tinir fiom Femal Cnnipliinl N'crtoiMieM, W akcfiiiness, l-lietitiatism ))-pri ,,, niu .kai ,r inriTiiiiiv. i.il.u 1' r .er '1 iiiitc. It will itrcnuthcn brutn and body aud tie ) nu new and vil, )r, i nn noLLAHS Piiil for -tiijt!nnginu)rioui fuund m Oingcr Tonic lor ;i fjiluro U help or cure ' nnrl It t di olm In in f. LrM tTlrf boylnf (I $ t-.na(-r.lr.lrlolliw.iiik t , luWm ,t,N.Y. In tho AVholo Illstory of No prcparatlou has ovcr perfarmcil such marrclloui cui'cs, or maintaluccl hlo a rcputatlon, ai Avnn'8 Ciii'.iiity rr.CTiiit.ii., hlch ls recognlzcil as thu noihl's remcily for all dlsoascs of tlio throat nnd lun?s, lu long-contlnued scrics or woiuk-rful curos In all cll- lnatcs has mado it unlvcrsally known ns a sate nnd rcllablu nscnt to cmploy. Agalnst ordlnary colds, whlcli aro tho rorcruuucrs of more sorlous dlsordera, lt ncu spucdlly and burcly, alivays re llevlu; siill'erliifr, and oftcu aavltiK llfc. Tho prutcctlon lt nllord'), by Its tlniely use ln thnut aml chust ilisordcri, makos It nu Inraluablu rcmccly to bo kcpi ninays on naim in every nomc. No pprs.011 cni nllbrd to bo without lt. and tlwwo who h ivo onco usnl It never will. From their lciiowleuso of lts ComposlUcm nud nierution, physlclaus itso tho Ciir.iinv 1'i.croiui. extenslvely ln their pnn Uce, and clerirymen reeoin- mend It. It i aljsolutely certain In lts heallus clfl'cts, aud will alwaya curo wnero cnrcs aro possiuio, For salo by all UrussUts, HAS DEt'N PROVED The 8UREST CURE for KIDNEY DISEASES. Doeaalama back or diaorderad urlnd Indl- oata that you aro vlotlm f THEN UO NOT UESITATEt uaeKldi ' Wort at ono, (drutf ijltareooraraondit)anaJt wlUapeedlLj over-l oouio tho dUoaao and rovtore hsalthy aotlon.l oilra2 or ooinpiamu peouuar kUUIl'Dt to rour mai. muoii aa naln tnd weaknoawa.Kldney-WortlaiuwurDOJwod. aa tt will act promptly and aafaly( brlok duat or ropy depoaiu. and dall droffging polna, all rpeedily yleld to ita ourallvo puwer, 13- BUlaJ 11X ALLi JJltULiUISTo, FrloAlI,1 e i. $Ofl W Aar at hame. Haniplea worth fnw, t3 10 3ZU tiina Srimol l'o.. ronlanit, Ualna, !5 lOCKISLiHD&PACIFICR'Y N.'H. DOWNS' VECETABLE Batai. m 19 a auiiE cuiiE ron Cougha, Colda, WhooplnB-Cough ana au uma jjisoubub, Whm talien In arapira. rcoolo cllo ot con- nmitlon lmily htcatno ol nenlect, whon (lie tlmeiy uae ol uin rpniruy wuum jmTti curpd them at onpo. niliy-tino cnr ot conatant ue provM tlio fait llmt no ronxh rcniody has atood the twt llko DowNa' Kt.txin. 1'rlcn 35i., fiOc. mul W1.00 tr llottle. Ti: 33n.xtoi''H Mandrake Bitters! WlU cure .laundlrn. Dvancniila. Lker Com. plalnto, Indlgmtlon, and all Uljwisca arlainK Irom iiiuoiiMneaa. l'rice cenia por nouio. Henry & Johnson'a !,,,i;t;n:;'l m OIL LIHiWENT FOIl MAN AN1 HKASTI I Tho mogt perfect IJnlment eyer comiiountled. iTice -jo ana w cenw. The Tltrce Abovo Itellnhte Medlcltn ShoaM be )tept In every houtehold roady for une. for BHio Dy au uruggisw. JtEJS'JtY, .t- LOltlit J'rop'n, BUItMNOTON, VFHS10NT, OF ALL KIDNEY DISEASES. KIDNEYandLIVER medicine NKVEU KNOAVN TO I'AIT.. " I liml iinrccl twptit v vprMlth wvptb dlnoaneof the IkldneyBj hpfore naltiK lliinl'n ltfinedvto dnya I waa re-lH-Vfl.an.Unitiowwell." JO-IR'A 1UTI1ILL. " .iy pnvF ian inntittni luni 1 whb pnrnij efii nn ddbfihb, I waaterrHly aflli.tM wlli rbditnntlNm from I8i.t tolW. I WRacnmt by Iliint'ri Kfnicrly." hThl'MKN Cl, MA'-ON. M (lootnr tirnnfiimi'fd invranrt ltrtulit'a )1ibh(". and Itold in that I f otitd )leonly forty-flfiht hoittfl. I thentook llunt'a Ittmeily and w m r ceiltly cured " I" iiHTinx minr'mi iwpiiij jenrn hiiii Kmury M.-rfir, bimi emptoyeit varlnna pbja'clnna uttliont lnind rrllevwt. I wae thencumlbyllunt'a Henifdy." HULL1VAN FKN.Ntlt. I have Inn sreHtly ItPTienitedhv tbe iineof Ilitnt'e Itpm edr, tor illfteaapn of tbe kliintja and mlnarv o'cana th"re laiiolhlnftauirlor." A. I MCKhHnM. " I can itatlty to tberirtneof Ilunt's Heiuwly ln kMney dloaaia from aclaal trlal, liavlng lon innch hfneflttril Illierehy." kev. r., i ut i.uii. " I uaa unahle to arine from from nn allaek of kl'l ney itlaiaof, Ihe diiriorn could not elitr6 nie, I wcn ftnally completely curcd by uslng Ihint' HciiipiIv.' " I havfl mitTtrM itrcmclv utih klilnfv rilHfniu! after unlng llunt's Itt-iuedy t0 (laa, 1 waa pnablpd tn tniime btiwlDPM." (1KJ. F CLAItK 1 ao'dln two ypara (31,120) thlrty-liiree tbousand oue hnndrpdnnd tuenty tMttUa of Ilunt'a ltemedy ll ls a Taluable medicine for klilney (JlfleHst-n " One trlrtl will ntnliro tiiii. For enle hr Inll IriiBiitstB. tfvnd for I'aiiiphlet to HUNT'S REMEDY COVIPANY, Providence, Rhode Island, I'rlce, 15 Crnta Rn.l 81.2S. i A NEWDISCOVERY. tETFor apreral ymrs e have furnlihed tho Dalrymen of AtwrUa with an oxcollcnt artl (Iclal colorforbutter) ao morltoriom that It nut lth(rrtat euereai (verywhero rectlTlnjf tho hlghent and oiilj prizcs at Itotli Internatlonal Dolry Falrs. 1 t3Tlut by pattpnt and sclcntlflo chemlial re-ReurthwehaTeliutiruvi-dln ffvcml iHiinta, und inowolTcrthUiiewculorasrha bcttin thtworld It WIII Not Colortho Duttermllk. It WIII Not Turn Rnncld. It le tho Strongest. DriRhtest and Cheapest ColorMnde. IfPAnd, hil proparcd Inoll, U nocompound od that it li lmponsiMe for It t fjoroino r.mcl'l, rVBEWARE of all imltattnn1 aml of all otbvr oil colora, for they aro llublo to txium rancldand rpolltho hultcr. 1 tlTlf you cannot (f( 1 1 bo 'lniproTpd" wrlte us to know where and howto Kit tt without extra 0X1IOI1U. (fl) HEII-S HHIUUIIMH Jt ( 0,, Hurli.ilon, Tl, STEKETEE'S Sure Cure, Never was Knowo to Fall. Mauy cured by tho us.o of Ono llottlo. rorfectly safo and harmlcss. For sale by all Druggists; nrlco, 25 ccnts. Scn' by mail on recelpt of 30 cents. GEOItGE O. STr.KETEE, Solo rroprletor, 'SllAND ItAl'IUH, SIicu m YODIt HEART SOUND? Hanu DtvpU lAfni 1 1 thtmselreMitck attJtloC' toror Udneyor lliter trouUtttof ilysptpali,ihlt6 tflhttruth tcere 1 noirn,tlie realrause ttat ththtart. Tht rtnownd I)r. Cltndlnulng, itartltttgti vttt "one-ttitntctfmiBubJfctsihowtlaiiifirheartdtneate" The heartxctlght aboutulne anncri, ait'littman'e tirtntt'Clght poundi rf btornl through tt once In a mtttute and a-hatft reitltitj not Jay or ntahi l Gurtltr thtt Httyect Mhouttl tntte eartfnt tttlentlon. I)r. flrarti a 'UbrnM yhiintctitn Am prpart a ipictfleorall hmrt trovblri antllnlred ttlsortterl, Jtltlnoicnn Hr f.rnvtV Ilt'arl ItOBliliilor aiul can be ootatntj atyourtlrugglat, .perbotttet iix bottlts for 13 by trprtit. Seiut itamp or Dr. Graree' thorovyttanit erhattttlve tteatlne. (1) F, E, Jngalli, Sole Amtrlcan Agent, Concord, y, Jt. Cares Dyspepsia, Nervous Affeo tions, Qeneral Debility, Fever and Agiie, Paralysis, Chronio Diarrhoja, Boils, Dropsy, Humors, Fcmalo Coin plalnts, Lfvcr Oomplalnt, Remittent Fever, and all diseaseroriginating in a b.nl Stato of the Elood, nr accompanled by Debility or a hv Etate of tbe System. Dobbins'StarchPolish. HLWDASH, u lni)orlnnt JUcovfi'y by wliich evevy fumlly may tilvo tlulr Mu en that henu llful flnUli po rullar to flno Iniiinlry work. Ask jour Croftr, J, II, I0III!1S, Pbilad.lphla.P. AGEHT8 VANTED ViSTFSSSt,. tllitf .llartihtn.trr liivrnlnl. WlULli t a pjlrcf itw.LlnKi lu lli;i:i,aiiaTOIroiiii,lrtf,, Iniu mlnutd. It wlllaiMtjll a Rreat varl ty uf tanr- aic!tlii t'u luS'lriuuiilblail, lkiuu, aluafc I itpc iKk tn loul own town. Tortua and lloutnt frt. $UO Addrmi 11, Uunn H Uo rotllanl, Ualn.. k-TDNIC TIIK ItlVKIU Far up on tlia monntaln the rlrer bpfflns, I aaw It. n threAd ln m lan. Then It grtw to & brook. and throiigh ilell and throngli toot, t dlmplol nnd dancf d In Itl fun. A tlbbon of illter, It dparX.od (.long OTff nipadowi bfiprlnkld lth goidi With a twlnt and a twlil, and a loop and ft curl, Thrcmgh itin pnoturf 1 llie tttnlet roitcd. Thn to tbe tftlleys It leaped ftnd It lnnghM, Tlll It ntrotiB,r and ntlUer liecnmnt On It bAitkft the Ull trwi rockfd thilr bougha In tbe breeif , Aml the IHIpI were tapen ftflame. The ctitldrfn tlircw ibtlM, and nliouted mlth glee At ttie clrcte Vr mdfl ln tbe itrfnmj And tlie wlille fllier-boftt, rnt 10 lfjjbtly afloat, Drlftcd clt llke a all ln a droam. Defp-tieaited, thQ mlrth of IU baby.llfa pait, It tolled for tlie grlndlng of rorn Iu rhoren Iiesrd tlie bcat of Ihe lnmberman'i feet, IIlR raft on U current was borne. At Inlet and core, nbrre IU lintbnrt were fair, Vat clUfi arone In Itielr prlde, And tbe wealth of tlielr ntrrHl cAtne from beautlfnl fleeU, Fotlti lannched ua IU afflucnt tltle. Tbe glorloua rlver pwept on to tlie iwn, Tbe Reft Ihftt pngfrdles tbe lAnd Hut I "w It bfgln In a tbread I could tptn, Llke ft cobn eb of illk , tn my Iiand. And I tbouglit of tbe rlver tbnt flowi from tbe Ihrone, Of ttie love tliat ln dealhlpu and fret Of tha grace of bln peace lliat ihall ever Incrcaae, Chrint-gtven to yoa and to tne. Far tip on tbe mouniatn. and near to tbe aky. Ttie ctip-full of vihtet b nmt, Tbat Ia brlmmed tlll IU tlda carrlea beolaont wlde Where tbe Ulea and the inoadoa nre green. Is tby aotil llke h rttp? Let IU little be glvea, Not ftlntd nor chutllftli, to one IV ho will tlll Uicenllh lore, nnd hls fallhfnlneag proyp. And bleps thee ln Bhadow and nun. Effcct un Dlgcstlon. I liad learned purely by experlmental ob aervatfon that, ln Ita action on the llvlng bodv. this bodv. tbls chomlcnl eubstance. alcohol, deraugea the constitutlon of the blood i nnduiy excllea tno neart and respl ratlonj paraljzea the tnlnute blood-vesela ; increaes and decreasep, accordlng to the degree of Us appllcation, the functlon of the dlgestire organs, of the liver, and of the ld,I ney ! disturtis the recularity of nervous action : locrs the aulinal teniperature, and lessens tho muscular power. It will bo asked, " Was there no evldence of any use ful service rendered by the agent in the mtdst ot to much otivloui eviuence ot bau eervice V " I answer to that questton that there waa no such evldence whatever, and there Is none. lt has been urged, as a last ktnd of resource and excuse, that alcohol aids digestion, and fo far is U'eful. I nup' port, in reply, the statetnent of the late I)r, Cheyne, that notlilng more effectlvely hin. ders digfstlon than alcohol. That " many liours, and eveu a whole night, after a de bauch in wlne lt is comnioti enouch to re- ject a part or the whole of a dinner nndl- eestea. l noia mai inose wno aDstain from alcohol have the bet dignstion : a d that more instancea of iudicestlon, of llatu- loncr, of acidity, and of dtpression of mind and body nre produced by alcohol than by any other single cause. Ur. B. W. llichard- on. Sliccr .Vonsense. The rum Iuterest fouietimcs inslsts on sa- loons from a business point of vlew, and urge that they prouiote the prosperity of a town or country. This is the sheerest non- seuse. Apart Irom their enormous waste ol he peoples aiibstancp, they are auetriment. nai siaies ot our uulon are more prosper ous than Iowa and Kansas proiilbitiou states 'l Does property in anv town or eitv go up in valuo when a saloon is located in ts neichtiorhood I Are the saloon districts those thatdecentpeople8eek forresidences V This matter has reoeived a satisfactory test ln the great city of L'verpool. Though the city periuits me sale ol nqunr, tnere aroclis tricts where by proprietary rights it is pro. hibited. In theso districts there is now a population of about 50,000. It is found that these localities are those where bullders like best to invest their money, where rents are highesf, and where the better class of popuUtinu eeek for hoines. This is just what we find everywhere. Whether the reader drinks or not, is a prohibitionist or not, we aresure that he would seek tho horae of hls fn in ily In a district wbich was not de uled by a saloon. A Curlous (Jiicstlon. Some of the i olitical parers and speakers wonder why prohibitloniats should' refuse to act wun otner pariies at a time when they have no chance to elect their own can didates. That is a curious question for those to ask who have kicked them out. In the Btate of Illinois they asked of tbe tno great parties bread, and a stone was hurlrd at them. They siinply asked that the people be permitted to say by a vote whether tboy wanted prohlbition or not, andneitber party dares let the people decide. " Dou't make temperance a party issup. l.et U3 have a vote on tbat questiou lu such a way that any man can voto as he will without nisioy' alty to his party." So say the politicians. bo say we; but, Irlend pomician, now can Ihls be while your parties both refuse to let tha people vote at all V llow can it be wben the conventions of both deuiocratio aud re- publicau parties in the city of ChicaL'O bow the knee to the rumsellera V We do not a.k joar pariies lo declare for or agalnst irohluitlon, out we ao aaK tliem to aeclare for the republican principle of lettlng the people ueciue lor tiiemselves. i.st tnem vote, Siintlny I.aus. Much has been said of the Sunday closing law pas'ed by tne last Unlo leglslature. The Tribune of Chicago, a paper whicb uiakf s too much money out of lts Suuday edition to favor any kind of restriction on tho Iord's day, asks why it is any worso to drine on bunaay tnau auy otner day t li ts not. ihe saloon uuisuess is a siu, aeep, and daik, every day lu the week, and should be alamped out uy ngnteous laws ; Dut int Tribune itself bears witness that this busl ness is far more deadly at times wben tho population is idle. Why close saloons on eleo' tion uay r is li a greaier sln to arins men than on other days l f,very iMonuay raorn, Ine the Tribune chronicles "the usual Suu dav raurder," or bloody affrays, and tracea them to tho right cause. AV'hy then, in the interests of human life and order, not close up tho devilish business on that dav wheu it doea the most wicked work ? Desides this vlow, lf churches, Iliblos, and religious iclluences are worth anythlng to a country, the laws should refuse to let Sunday, as a dayof quiet, order aud rest, be captured aud convertea into a Daccnanauan orgy, A l'oser. Seualor Voorhees thoucH he had asked noser in a recent soeecb in Indiana. wheu h iuquired : " Jly farmer frlends, what is to become of your great corn crop in tbis coun try if prohlbition ls adopted ?" There was a brlef pause and then an old demccratic farmer spoKe up, saylng : " Uo 1 understand, Jlr. Voorhees, tbat you really want an an swer to that quesllou Y" " Yea, my friend,' said the seuator, straigbtenlng bituself to hls tull beight, " 1 am seeKlng lor lnlorma tion." " Well, then," replied the farmer, " I will tell vou wbat we will do with our corc crop. We will ralso more pork and less hell." The senator had asked the question at several meetings before, but be has ouilt ted it siuce, not carlng to liston again to the laughter tbat greeted hia discomuture. Tiiat tbe Individual states bave all con stitutioual rights to prohlbit the manufac ture and sale of alcohol was established bv the opiiilon of Judge McLean of the Uuited atates suprome court, J udge i ootlley, J udgi (irier. Judce Uaniels, Justice (latrou, Cliie Justlce Shaw of Masachusetts, Chief Jus tlce Ilerrinclon of Delaware, Chief Justice Masou of Xebraska; aud after Daniel Web ster aud Uufus Choate had argued the case before the supreme court of the Uuited States. the hiehest tribunal of the land Justlce Taney supported by all the judges oi ine couri renuereu tuis utuisioui " i seo nothlucr ln tbe federal constltution or laws of cougress to prohlbit a stato leglslature irom proinuuing tne irsmo auogeiner, " CiHiiiNAI. Manm.no has sanctioued the Illuo Hibbou Army by acceptiug a positlou in Its ratiks ly the side ot tne Uev. New. man Ilall. Iu dolng bo bewrites to give hls adheslon, becauie " he conslders every cood cause tendlng to draw the buiuan soul from daikness to llght as tbe work of uo paittcular creed, but ot liod tiltnself. WllKNKVkli the pollco start out to hunt notorious criuilual. the llrst place thev look is In tho Balooi s of the city. Nobody knows better thau tho polico that the saloons are the lurking places of uutlaws. There crimes are plottedj at the bar they " flro up" for devilish ileeds, and there they return to epend their ill gotten gaius, (iooi) has but ouu eneiny, tbe evll but the evll has two enemles, tho good and it Belf. Julius MUUr. cw tlvtriiscmetiifl. THE GOOD PEOPLE or tnn 1 1 OF AMERICA, Tlto rost of Manklnd Contemplate Spcndlng tho SUMIVIER AT IITH1B Of THE Yorld-RenownBd .Watering Places: MIMVAVKKK, WAUKKS1IA, 1'ALMTltA, MADISON, I'ltAlIllH IIU C1IIKN, l'KWAUKKK, I.AKB SIII1C, IIAHTI.ANI), NAHIIOTAII, fllFFOHDS, (IKAUCIIICK, DCONdMUWIIC, KIMIOUKN CITV IIWH of Un WUooruln), Hl'AHTA, FltONTENAO, HT. 1'AIII., MINNK.ArOI.IH, I'llICIIl I.AKK, 111(1 STONK I.AKi: (OrtonTUle), Hl'IUIT l.AKK. LAKE (IKOIIO.IKK, VI.KAIt I.AKH, Lake SIINNK.TONK A. AVII1TK I1KAK I.akp, III-.AVI'.K 11AM, KI.KHAIIT l.AKK n.l ASIII-AN1), Ptara of ttie flnt tnaimltuil, all radlanl with lieaHh and plpaxnrf-Klrltiit trolrtteii, will do well to baar In mind errant. tha hicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul RAILWAY, CoitTiNcra to rnn Its I'alntlal Coarhea and l'arlor Can ow Ita ninirninccnt llnea tlHren Cbluatn, Ullwaiikee, Ht, l iiii, jiiinnmH)Ma nnu au priociiai cnitw, vuibki anu owna ln the nilgtily. GOLDEN NORTIIWEST, ronttnnpa to trlva nnlionnilpd aatlafaetlon to IU lm- mpnn hoaU of palrona, bwauae of tha jierfectlon of lt Irark, efiiilpmi-nt and afrvlr. twn L'lilcabTo. SltlwMikce ntifl all nolnt namp I. Kiour nlon aml Ommiitntkm Tlrkcla tn kwjilBK lth thu rnulre- plawa nt ratin to ault KlnK. Ixn1a, (iinnrnona, tlin Ipitbll can and Hptiiorratlo Ctllwna aml SovfreiKna of Uie Land of tbn Frfe, and tbn Ilonie or tbe Itrnve," lt lt rt re membereit alxo that tbla old l.cllnlilo and Kxcelslor Thoroiiffhfflro trnvpnfa thft HonanxA Iteclons of IlHnoIa. WlnronMn. owa, jnnriPFout nn'i i'iidik, anu inat a iount iirHct x-tnci'ii unioaito, raiii anu Minnearoii,over ine tm nirii. iMIUiMiiki-ft hihI St. l'ntil Itnllwnr. civea the jmMf--or or Ita rbolce Mnwn tbire flner rontfa than ran be found elwwhfre on thla continent, all ownml and mnnce.i ny inia rompany. anu a ronnn inp uj v affmf thp tmvplpr a irranrifr variftv nf evprvtbliiiT rlna' lng tban ran n found dh anyotber railway. (.'ome and we ior yonrwivea. 8. Ml Itltll f , Oeiiernl Mtinicr. .1. T. n.AItK. (lotirut Hnp't , II. CAItrKNTKIt, (lencrnl I'aaRfiitrcr nnl Tlcknt Affenti THE BEST EXTERNAL "5f FOR HHEDM1TESI, Z NEURALGIA, S CRAMPS, Sprains, Eruises, rafiaaJ BurnsandScalds, Sciatioa, Baokaohe, 3 Prosted Feet and Ears, and all other rains and Achcs. lt U a snrc curc for Qalls, Stralns, Scratches, Soros, i:e., on H O R S E S . One trlal will prove Its mcrits. Its cfTects arc INSTANTANEOUS. Every t)ottlo warrnntrd to frlva sallhfactlon. bend ad tlrnaa for namtililet. l'rice 23 cta. niul 60 cta. per Ufnrj, JohoioB k lord, Proprletort, Burlington, Tt Heat a House Thoroughlv liy U3INO TIIE Richardson & Boynton Co,' cvs.Titiirr QURABLE pURNACE. 3JOS 3 3 3&1 " s " i II 1 " s 3 83 ss" 2 a S i S 3 o o o S 19 : 5 e i is s H ? S 3 s 3 ron sale ny I1KNMSON 1I15WKV, 3 : 3 1 ? JIOStl'KI.IER, .... VT, HAHDWARE CORDAGB! DOOES, SASH AND BLINDS At wholeeale prlces at D. L. PULLER & SON'S IVXontiiolioi', Vt. MOMISON Iim r large aaaortment of LiHllc&'f MUhca' mul Chlld ren'a of tbs nonert and tnt t?l, Thwifl gtini.enU ara boufbt uiFW,i irom ona oi inu lartini iiiAuuiaciurera tn tba woild, nd wllt ba Sold at a Small Atlvanco abora cott for canb onlr. 1'arttea ulablng for a eooJ-fltUng by bujrtnv of ua. J. G. MORItlSON, Blue Store, - - - Barre, VI CU ADDI Crlck' 81'ralm, Wrcnchoa, UnHIr KlieuntatUn, NeuralKla, DAIMC Bclatlca. ri.urlir ralni, "HIIlO Btltch Ia tlie Elila, Bluw Clr. oulatlon ot tba Ulood, Ilrart DUcaw., Boro Muaclea, Talnla th. Cbftat, and all r-alni and aclioa rllhor lor.) or deriv.ratni are initantljr rellevod and ipeodilr ourtd by the w.U-ltaown llop Jtaur, componndrd, a. lt Ii. of themedlclD.lTlrtae.of fro.llIIori,Ouni., Ilalaaiu. and Kitracta. Itl. lndred th btkt pala kllllnff, .tlmulatlnf. aoothtnit and trcnsthrnlhtf riaHtcrrrrr made, Atlc tor the llop VUuttr at any droir .tore, I'rtceSS ccnta or Qte for f I. Ilopria tcr Co., rroprletow, I M f Q OAHTKH, IIAII1U9 aTl J JT K II A WUiV, Qin'lipi ACTFD A'tl,llotou,Ha...l t I bfl h:i:tsi iiook a;i:m.si SUNLIGHTandSHADOW m-tyJohn B. Gou(7im Lvtrjona Uuirht and frlea.ovfr It. Ttna ol Thoujida 'i ha lempaanca cauia.li now fwou.iV." and thla I Iha p A. ll.' Oltl tll.NUlU.N t'O., Hartford. Coaa. 100 FANCY ADVERTISING CARDS, XVV un ditTerent. llb or wltboul adviUin.nu or tbeiu ixwt frt, for U-n S-oent lamfti m, all .lUTt-rrat. f gew theijUicmctifn. MTWrCwESTFAlX Of 1)urhPR Co.. N. YM 0 Ycnrs nf Arc fSulIirrrd Conllnuntly for Mnnr Ycnn from Stono I ii Ihe Itlndtler. QrcRt fteRRnd nfttnfiildifflnenreafad comWnii- tion. Yet Mr, Wlillftm WPntfAll, formfrljr ot Itock CHy, Duchffls Co.. N, T now of Washing ton Ilollnw, ln thenftmft cuiinty, came to the offlce ot Dr. DavM Kpnnfdy, tlie rmlnnt l'hylclan ftnd Snrncon o( Honrlout. N. Y., nrmo tlme plnce, ln a cnnauion to ficuo me njmpfuny oi tne mou coldb!ondfd nnd Jiflrd-hfftrtf d jifrann In the world. We cfty he came hewaa, rntliAr, rarrled to the Doetor'n f IIIcp, fnr he waa totalty hf-lplf tn , and bore the wffglit nf 80 carn bfaldca. tle had auffpred Iodr from Uettntlon of Tlrlnc, And hnd alltlioiymitoniBot nn fljrpravfltpd cAne of calcu ln (nrmfttlnna of the blaclder. Tho litnnl Inatrtt- mental ezamlnatlnn revenled the prtFPnre ln the bladderof urlnnry cjiIciiIu n( uncommon alfe. Dr. Kennedv f rankly told Mr. Wf stfall that. owlnnr to hin nge and dpMllty, an opration waa out of the qutlon. but that he could, bv the preacrlptlon of "Kennedy'a Kavorlte Ilemedy," togettier with lncnl trefltment, make hlra comfortabte and Innvo hlm tn llvft nut all hia dflva. Tlie nuttvimft nf thia was that the pattent tnjoys good health to thU y' Tlin KKASONS WIIY Dn. Kf.nnriiv'8 "Favoiiitk Rkmehy' Is bfinK ertenilvelv ued by our people are aa follown : It Ia a cornblnatlon of TPgetable altemtlvca. It 1 nlMaant to the tante. arlanted to both aexea and all ageN, Is tfTrctlve In alTnrdlnfE ImmMlnte rellef In all caaes of Ktdney troublea, Liver Complalnts, Conatlnation of the Ilowela and dfrantrfmfnts tecuiiar 10 women. At tne Faroe iirne punnps he blood. thui dlvim? tono and itrenctli tn the ayntem detiintawa uy aisrasAorage. "Vt. Ken nedy'a FaTorlte Kemedy" for aale by all drug- Kis. Central Vermont Railroad. Commencing October 9, 1882. TVnlm Oolnff South tHtt .rnce llontpttter 91H 9 m MAIL, from St. Albana and B arlington for . IU a. , Concord, Mancbeater, Nwhna, WorottT, ijOfii, riiriinn'R, nonion. ppnngneia, new ixnnon ana new iura. 9inn m MMITF.n KXI'RKSt, rrom Montrwl. Og t.HU Ui IU. (tpnHhiira and tba Wfft. for lloalon. Tla IDw- ionnon. 7 lf, n m MIXKI, from nt. A11na, Itatlamt and llnr I.OU U. IU. UngicnforNorlbOeld. 11 Ifl n m NtnilT EXrRKtS,from Montrwil, ORdena- tmrg and Uik Went for ltoaton vla Lowell and new elnta In New KnRland. BI Ina Cara toHtirlnKfleld and ttoaton tIa IowU, TrrtlttB floinff A'orth and West! 3.10 . ni, NK1HT EXfltKHH, from Ttoaton and New ioik ror Monircai.uKpnaonrgana uia Hlei'ltiK Car to MontmU, 8.45 a 9.55 a 3.50 p m, AtCOMMOHATlOS', frnro Northfield for iuriintUn, itutiana anu ni.Jbi.nfl, r.nCAL EXl'KEHS.from WhltoUlTr Junft. Ul. tion for Iliullngton, Albann, JUcbford and HOtiara I'oini. m IAY EXPRESn. Lwivea ltw ton tU Fltch. butitatBwa. tn., ria ix)wpii at v nu a. n Nw Ijitirtnn Ht A (K1 a. m.. KorinirflfM at 8. a. m.. fnr Itiirllniflon. Ht. Albana. &Ioiitrtal 0.tetit)iim and tbe West. Itrmwlng Itoom jario aionirfai, nnn m ACCOM SlonATION, frrra White Rltrr T.ou y Jnnrtion for nnrllngtoo, t, Albana. Ugdcbi. Traina Inavn for ltnrrn nt 7.10 a. m.. a. m and 5 W y. m. Keturnlng, leave llarre at B.20 a. in U. , m. nml wup,m. 1 hronuh t'dccta to Chtcaeo anl all nolnta Wrat for aale tlie iirloclpal Btatlona. 8. W. CUMMIXaS Ueneral I'aMfngfr Agent. I-IESS" GOMBINED EUREKA WWM Shelf-Drum and Damper I'Ai Ba rr;u juini; 4, imn. X hnnvhnltl ntvranltv nf ercBt marft and thoronehlr teaUKi, ior unoK Movea, neaiing Moves, unamwra. anu Idrr every piace wnere iirhi i iifeiea. irjit n ia omameDuii w uie iwtb, SrrondH aavt-a fnel. 7Airrf-ltcan be mada a hot or cold ahelf at tbe will of th1 ojierator. FourthU Ia one of tho mont perfect Dampera and RegH' lAtors ivfr lnvented. Fiflh" It ran be takrn from the atove and placfd tberenn wun imi iiiue trouuie, aa u occujma me exaci .engm oi (olnt nf nlim. oixii n naa no rquai aa a itftiUT lur tunnnirm ur biu lletow e iilve a few of the manr who bave teatlQed uib vaiueoi iina inTenuon. Afier havlntr iiacd W. L. Ileoa' Enrrka Drum. Rhelf Pampfr Comblfie we rheerfully remmmend lt to tbe iub- iic aa ut-mK everinmj inai i riaimfu ior ii. I). M. Cbubb. frtinier. llanlu Irk t I. W. Altcen. tnerrhant llAtdnlrkt (. Wbreler. fanner. Hardlikj L. llelifrt. tltrkmnltli. Hardwick: Z. K, Huritley. niTthant, llitrd- wlrk Joaerli llolmea, trader. Albany; E, r. lllnKiei ftnipr. (llnvpr: M . I- F&r. furtnpr. Itrnwnlnstnni li. A Curtter, wn bant. Morgan i U. A. lluntll, palntvr, Moat' jwiicr i v . . ienunu, I'niitru iiinntr, aiiHiiiwner. Ilavlnir thorouchlv leate) tbe llraa' Drum and Da'nmer 1 belluve tTiat aa a Ileater tliey bAve no equat, and can non eatlr recommend theni as being all that la claimed for them. ( niBTax uLAaa. maa deairlnn to nnrrhnM1 terrltorr. or harlDDT Drnixrtv to ex'hange for the anme, aboald adureoa A. A. )lOI itliiii. JinrawiCK, Ut uenerai Agtu. ior um Ii UOUB AMU NTATIUNKICTI T. C. jPhinncy, would roapectf ully call the attenUos of book-buyen to the fact that he la conatantly a dlng to bla large and well-aelected itock of Booki, all tba NEW AND DESIRABLE BOOKS of theaeaaon.thereby keeplug hla itock alwayt freahand attractlTe. LarKe bnyera, Sanday-achoola nd I'nbHc Llbntrles. furulahed at syeclal ratea. School Books of all ktnda f nrnlahed to tbe trade at the lowest wholeeale prloea. AVltlTINO PAPKltS, KNVKLOPKS, and HClIOOLand COUNTINtl IIUUSIC 8TATION- KUT of everr deacrlptlon, aelllng at lowor prloea tban erer before offered ln thla market Pictures, Engravings, OHKUMUH, FUOTUaitAPlIS.andan endleea va rlety o FANOY GOOHH, QAMKS, Croquet aud ltaae Uall Qoodn, all of whlch will be aold at aetouuh- tngly ow prtoes. BC1T" Anv Iiook you see advertised wUl be tent, vostpald, on receipt oprfce. T. O. PHINNEY. Statn HtrwU - ...... Mnntix'ller, V t. PATENTS. R. H. BDDY, No. 70 Slnto St., oppoalto Kllbf, Iloston, Hecnre. Tatenta la tba UnltM Htateaf alM ln Oreat rtrttaln, rranoe and otner rotelirn countrle.. Coplea of tbe clalm. of an, Patent fnrnlahed bj remltUnKOn.dollar. AMtKomenU nwnwi at w kjiuidxujii. jt. agencif , atatti votittttt ..Jjmorooltlti, for o.lai.ta 1'a.tentl or atttr lai.iai; tn vnttntabtltty of tntrmttont, U. U. E1IUV. Hollcltor of r.lenU. TBSTIMOylALS. M 1 regard Hr, Eddj a. one of th. mojf rai. oad me ttnfni practltlonera wltb wbom I ba.. ba.1 offlcuvl lnter ooaru. CIIAKLK9 MAiOH, Commluloner of f.teou." " Inrentor. cannot emiloy a penon more troatworthr, or moie capable or aecnrlnK for tbam an aarly and t avorabl. oonaiaarauoo at me raiem umca. KU&1UND BURKE, Late Commuuloner of Patenta." " Uosroir, October 19, 1970. " R. II. Eddt. Riia.-.71nir S,ri-You Drocured for tn. ln 1S40. mr tlr.t ratent. Slnce then yon hare arted for and adrlaed me ln nnndreda of caaei, and prooured manr pateuu, Telaane. and extenalona. 1 bar. oocaalonally .loyeil tn. Dl ajtencie. tn rew lora, i uiwieipnia ana VaahlOKton.bat IIUU EtTe ron almoat th. wboleofmy bnatneM. tn yo.- ttne, and adTle. otber. to employ ron. Your. traly, UtOKGE IlhArKK." nonton. J.nnary t. 18M. io-'tt WILL CERTAIN LY CURE Couglis, Colds, Hoarteness, Eore Throat, Bronchitis, Influenza, Asth ma, Whoopinf Cough, Croup, and overy Affection of the Throat, Lungs and Chest, includlng Con sumptioii. Sold hy all Druggists. Eor Salo at a Bargain, or at apiiralaal, Iry dxln and Orooery 8tore ln a Uve town ln Orange coiintr, Varniont. (lood locj,tluui low tmlj cieanatoiXt auout muai aeni oiner uuatncaa. aibu For Sale or Exchango. Flrat inoHitaite for 1.riW 011 Und ln Mhhlgan and three Mouniam riiroai, in miaonri, uui inn;.. Aiinit i u. lioi UJ, Itiadford, Vermont 7- Clinton H, Meneely Bell Co., (RiKveaaorato&IaaiiLT & Kimbh.lt), Bell Founders, Troy, N. Y., Mauufarture a au erlor qualltjf of H tl.LS. ltl..fnn iHl 1,1 I'llltltf'll ltKl.I.H tV t'ataloguin M-ut fnw lu parllee nwMllng Itella. WE WANT; . ri;wM()i(i;i:nTKtip Hrtle-i.ieu. IlKhT OUT fiim i N thi: wmti.it. ju.L i iii n.iio mtivie tntiuaiiniiN anu i iittuMiila of pirtutMi tn be lr nw. and halnjl addnt to I'H-iure riaiulitg outnta i..HK'iilu-nt uueot iiti.rlrtt I'lio tuurni'Ii Alhuuia. our atcuta are iiifniokj wllh woii iltitfut awlea heiid Ht out' for full mt tk llUra, t'tttnltiiciif), tU'. Ad.lifaa Tl 71 II H.WAIUMVKI.U Aubuni, Miilne. viiiw tiii' rtii-mfE'i Ulllta. lliaM, UKaM Mt I YOURNAME WlU, IIE NKATLT Hnta.l on Kl FTY L'hromu ilnla, .'i a,frraf,and aent iwt-lld for oulr four 3-oenl iuuiui UNI0M Cikl) CO. UontpaUar, Vt. M1C1IABL ANQKf.O. Long ago In tbe olden daf, On theilope of the Tttncan hlll there tajr A Tlllage with qnarrlea all around, And bloc k bf n;y,rble that tlled the groundi And aoattered among them. everywhere, Wllh wrdge and hammer, tnlsand aqnare. With the daat of the marblo powderfd wbiu, 8at maaoni who chlacled from tnorn tlll night. The earlleat aonnd that the baby heard Waa neither the vhlatle nor aong of bird, Norbleallngof lamba, nor innh of breeie Tbrongh llie tofi of the talt old theatnnt treea, Nor the laugblng of glrla, nor the wlioop ftnd about Of the achnol at tbe conrent Jnat let out. Nor the tlnkle of water plaahlng nce From tbe dolr.htn'a moulh ln the tlllage otreet. Rnt foremoai and flrat, tbRtibarp and clear Arreated the little Mtctmel'aear Wben he waked from aleep, waa tbe niftllet'a knook On the chlel that chlpned tbe rongh-hewn block From the dawn of tbe day tlll the twlllgbt came, The cllnkof the toola aa atlll the aamet And conotant ai fell tbe fountaln'a drlp, Waa tbe tap-tap-Upl and the chlp-cblp-rhlpt And when he could crawl tn? jond tbe door Of tbe cottnge, In aearch of lt playlhlng more, Of fartber could ventnre, a prylng lad, Wbat toji do you thlnk were the flrat he had T Why, apllntera of marble nblte and pure, And a mallet to break them with, be iurt And a chtael tofhape them, rhould he chooae, Joet aa he law the maaona uae. Bo Mlcbael, the baby, had hla way, And hammered and chlpped, and would not play With the almple and aenaeleaa aort of toja Tliat pleaaed the reat of the Vlllage boya. They langhed at the little churchea he Would dally bulld at hla nurfift'a kncet They aoouted the jitctnrea that be drew On the amooth, white alaha with a coat or two. They taunted and teaaed hlra wben he trled To mould f roni tbe rubblah caat aalde Rnde flaurea, and arreamed " Hcultorll" when Hla blta of marble he ahaped llke men. Dnt wboof them dreamed hla mallct'a aonnd Wonld mr be heard the earth around ? Or bla mlmld rhurchea ln tlme become The mldhtleat temple of Chrlatendotn f Or the plcturea he palnted fllt the dome Of the Klaltne graodeat of MghH In Itome? Or the Tlllage baby thnt chlseled ao UeUieinarTetoutMiciiAiL AittikLo 1 Widt Atealt. An Eiicoimter, One day a friend who waa leavlnK linme for a sliort time left in our cnarge a lavor lte rarrot. Tbe lilnl. feelincr lonelv in e stranne bouae, cllmbed by the help of lts beak to the top ot the perch ana sai tnere rollmg about ln a scnreu way ms eyes, whlch clittereJ like cilt nails, and twink- ling orer them the white membranes whlch served for eyelids. Aladame Theophile, the cat, had never Deiore eucounterea a parrot. and tbe noreltv av.oke in her mind an evl dent astoniBhment. Sho sat regard lng the bird with an air of profound medltation am riuttlng togetber all the ldea9 of natural his tor; whicb lie had been able to collect dur ine herexcursions on the roofa or in the courtyard and garden. The ahadows of ber thoughts flitted across her chaugeful ejes. and lt waa not diiTicult to read the deciaion at which ahe fmally arrived : " Tbla is de- cidedlv it ls a green chlcken." Thla con. clusiou reached, the cat jumped from the table wuicn ane nau cnosen as ner onserva tory, and ciouched in the corner of the room, her knees bent, her head lowered, her aplne stiffened like that of the black panther iu Gerouie's picture aa lt glarra at the gazellea that are drinkitig by the lake. The pariot followed each morement of the cat with feveriab ditquietude. Hls feathers bristled; he rattled his cbain, raised one of his clans and exerciaed its talons, while he whftted his beak on tbe edge of tbe feediug cup. Instinct revealed to him that this waa aa eneiny who waa plotting miichief. As for the eyes of the cat tbey were riveted on the bird with a fascinated intensity, and said filaluly aa language could speak, and in a aDgusge whicb tbe parrot understood only too well, " Green though he be, this chicken is without doubt good to eat." While we watchtd tbis ecene with interest ready to interfere wbenever it seemed necessary, Madamo Theophile was Iniperceptibly draw ing nearer to her prey. Her pink nosequiv ered, her eyea were half shut, ber elastic jawa projected and then disapteared again iu their velvet sheath., little shirers ran dowu her spine ; she was like an epicure aa he seats himself at table before a dish of truased chicken. Suddenly her back curved like a bow which ia beut, and with one strtntr. ela&tic bound she alighted on the percn. ine parrot, seeing ms aauger, rn- marsed in a aeep voice, low ana soiemn, "Ilastthou breakfasted, Jacquet ?" Tbla remark created in the mind of the cat an evident diamay. She took a sudden leap backward. A blast frcm a trunipet, a pile of plates craahlug to the lloor, a pistol shot close to the ear, could not have iuspired more suddeu and giddy terror in au animal of her race. All ber oruitbological ideas were in oue fell moment overturned. " And on what ? On the roast beef of the klng 7 coutiuued tbe parrot. The face of the cat now said aa distinctly aa word., " This ia not a bird. It iaa gentleman. Uespeaksl" " When I on nlnehave feated free, Tbe Uvern turaa around ltb me." sang the bird in a tremendous voice, for be nerceived tbat lue aiarm causea dv uis worda was his readieat meaus of defense. The cat east a nueatioulng glance toward us, and getting no reasaurance in reply, took refurre under tbe bed, from wbich place of safety she could not be enticed for the re- niainuer oi lu&b uav. uuuutr . iiousenuui Peti. The Little Slic plicrd Doea. One herder, whom we niet at Cold Spring rancb, shoned us a very pretty dog that he said he would not sell for S5U0. She had at tbat time four young puppies. The uight we arrived we visited his camp, aud were greatly interested in the little mother and her nursiug babies. While we were exclaitniug, the asaistant herder came to say that there were more than twenty eheep misaing. Two male doga, both larger tban the little mother, were standing about doing notbing. But the herder said nelther Tom nor Dick would find them. Wora must go, It was urged by the assistant tbat her foot was sore, she had been hard at work all day, was nearly worn out, and must suckle her puppies. The bosa iusisted that she must go. The sun was setting. There was no time to lose. Flora was called, and told to hunt for lost sheep, while hermasterpointed to a great forest, tbrough the edge of which they bad passed on their way up. She raised ber head, but eeemed very loth to leave ber babiea. The boaa called sbarply to her. She rose, look ine tired and low- spirited, with head and tail down, and trottcd wearily off toward the forest I said : " That ia too bad." " Oh, she'll be richt back. She s IiEhtning on stray sheep. The next mornine I went over to learn whether Flora found the straya. While we were epeaklnp, the sheep were returning, driven by the little dog, who dld not ralse her head or wag her tail, even when spoken to, but crawled to her puppies and lay down by them, offering the little empty breasts. She had been out all night, and, while her hunerv babies were tugging away, fell asleep. I have never seen auything so touching. So far aa I was concerned, ' there waa not a dry eye iu the bouse. betecttd. Juuibu's Joke. Jumbo, the ruonster, took It into his ca prlcious head last night that he would like a little more uueriy, anu so ne oracea nimseu, aud placing bla euoruioua head agaiuat the side of tbe buildiug, walked tbrough it, ap- parently aa eaaily aa lt lt were patier. lre vious to bla returu with the traveling show the comer deaigued for him in the elephant nuarters was overlaid with plank crossed and recrossed, spiked and bolteduntll awall nearly a foot thick had beeu formed, and it waa thought tbat notbing on this earth could tear it dowu. liut he pried olf the boards with his tusks, aud made qutteabole ln that way. Then he went tbrough what waa left with the greateat ease. 11a wasn't a bit ugly about it ; it waa only one of his playful freaks. After he reached the open air be was as quiet and geutle as a lamh, auu waiKeu au arouuu ine grounus uncou ceruedlv. in charce of Mr. Scotl, bls Kng. llah traiuer. llis prrdlglous streugth cati hardly be realized. He will snapoff a beam slx lucues equare wun great ease, ana per. form otber nleasant tiicks of like uature, In suca business be surpassea tbe educated elephauts. Hls tuaks, wbich were broken cff close to his head wheu be was brought over, have now growu out to the leugth of thrce or four inches. Tbe datuage to the buildiug liaa been repaired, more stout plauka being added, auu on tbe outside doz eii8 OI neavy icgs are uaeu aa uracea. SouKiionv'n GitAsnrA. A little girl saw an old drunken man lying on a door-Bten. tbe perrplratlon pourlng oll his face and a crontl of children prepariug to make fun of liini. one iook ner U'lie apruu and wlpeil lils face, and then looked uri pltifully to the rest mJ mada this reniatki "0, dou't burt himl lle ia nomelo.lj a graudpa." The grand eastntlala of happlnefs are noiLeimng to uo, Bometning to love, auu something to hope for, Chatmert, 11 ASKS. 13IBST NATHHf AIj I1ANK, roaUfflee Bto k. " J, A. I'age, l'rnldentt J. C, Mooghlon, Caabler, MONTI'KMKK HAVINO4 HANK A TltDST COMl'AN V. fay intereat ondepoattn. iiomer w. iieavin, I'miaenit a. vy (emn, itTaaam-. HENT1HTH. LFItKtJ CLAItK. O.1 . vouutrsii. OfRre orer Hlxby'a drug atore, RtaU Atreet. Room t, Unlon Block, MKHICAN 1KIUSK, Hlat Ptrre. traina, Chargca reaaonable. Cbeater Open for night Clatk, I'rop'r, TTMON 1IOUSIC. Lalely hvfltiwl. Carrlage to all KJ tialna. Llvery connertcd. Irlah A Pparrow, l'rop'n. 1AVir.tON t.OTttL. Flnt-claaa In everj reapect. . Oppoalte V. V. K. K. atatlon. T. O. ltaUey, Ifropr!etOr, BIHIIIII' IKtTKL. Old and relUMe. FrVoa that ran not be beaten at ant hotel ln Montneller. Come one, rome all, and yon will flnd J'.lem freroal at the barn w wiao your noraea. ii, rairp, i ruyritwr. INHVHtUiOK. AJATIONAI. I.IFK. Safe, aonnd, aoUUntlal. 1 Ueo. W. Reed, Hecre tary t C haa. Iewey, Frealdent. VT. MUTtfAL KIKK INM. CO. Prompt and rella ble. Jaa.T. Habln, Jtec'yi W. II. 11. Blngham, Trea't. TJlTKIN & Ct).,Oenerallnauranoe Ag"nU. ThebMt atot k compantee reprwentM, I'oat-offlce Block, LAWYKRS. C IIAKLIiS W. II. Offlce tn tltalto Block, flUte Ptreel. II. 1'ITKIN. OfBce ln I'oat-ofllce Block. II. l'rlw. reaaonable. n i irrnr. . Teania of all deactlptlona. Head of Sut. St. M1SCHLLA&HOVS, nttimi & SON, Tea nlm and Orocti, Coffe roaiuvl on tbe p JC. tt K.M KltV. CJrockerr. tllau Ware. Can-U. Cur. talna, Koom I'aper, etc, atate sttfeL nK. NI.AY1UN, StaUoner, Uookwllpr and wa- dealer. Rlalto Ittoca, Sut4 Street, 1 A ItM KNTM made a. tbey ibould AA. SIIIAD, dealer In tVatchea, Jewclrr, Sllver and . l'lated Ware, To;. and Fanry llooda. Cnton Ulock. WArcnu.a A Jocrkal Offloe, Cll. CKOSS MN. Montller rrackera and Con- (ertlonery, ' The lHt In the sUte." Mam Htreat. E.N SCUVILL, Furnltare. lteed'a Block, Maln Ptreet. II lltLIIW, rhotographer. Ellla Block, sute street. e1tt4lt 4 A. C. BROWN'S Insurance Agency, MONTPELIER, VT. Capital Represented, - - $150,000,000, ln theae days of doubt and uncertalnty in buainess, especially in the standing and solvency of Fire and Ufe Insurance Com panies, the attention of insurers is respect fully callel to the following list of reliable and tubstantial Companlea represented ln this Agency. Life Company. Connecticut Mut. Life Ina. Co. OF HARTFORD. A. 0. BR0WN, Qeneral Agent for Vermont. Thlrtr-flftll Alinunl Statfunt. AwU, Qecember 31, 18S0, $14,442,a 38 Snrrlill. 351,155 iS Rauo or eiiienaeof management to rerelou, 7.7 rr cent. Fire Oompanles. Northern Insurance Company OF H.VOI.I.VD, Organlzed In 18.K!. ... Aasets, S25,235,51). Imperial Fire Ins. Company ur .,i,i,.i,,ri, OrganUed ln ISO.1. Aarets, $12,270,090. Phajnix Assurance Company Of &,11tl.jlMJ, OrganUed In 1782. .... Assets, $2,107,133. Pennsylvania Fire Ins. Comp'y ttjr i'tiiiJAiisi.i-iii., Organlzed In 1823. .... Aaaeta, 1,500,000. Philadelphia Fire Association OF F1IILAUELFUXA, Organlred In 1820. .... Assets, 84,000,000. Insurance Co. of State of Penn. OF nilLAlUSLFUIA, Organlzed in 1794. .... Araett, SG30,000. New York City Insurance Co. jvir YORK, Organlzed In 1872. .... Aasets, 9429,00a Continental Insurance Comp'y OF XE II' YORK, Organlzed In 1852. .... Aiuets, 3,100,000. Manhattan Fire Insurance Co. OF XEir YORK, Organlzed In 1872. .... Assets, SPOO.OOO Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. OF nAUTFORl), Organlznd in 1850. .... Assets, $1,500,000 First National Fire Ins. Co. OF WORCESTER, 3IA8H., Organlzed ln 1808. .... Assets, 8300,000. The Itoyal Insurance Company OF EHQLASD, Organlzed ln 1843. - . Assets, gold, 520,000,000. London & Lancashire Ins. Co. OF EXOLAKn, Organlzed In 1801. .... Assets, 87,500,000 Commcrcial Union Assur'cc Co. OF KMir.ANl, Organlzed In 1801. Aaeets, 9111,51,071. Lancasliire Insurance Company OF EXOIAXI), Organlzed ln 1852. Assoui, gold, 810,000,000. La Confianco Insurance Co. OF FKAXCE, Organlzed ln 1841. Assets, gold, 80,700,000. Travclens' Insurance Compaily OF HARTFORD, Pald-up CapiUl, 8000,000. Assets, $4,II5319;).4J. Seoure a Ueaeral AcrUent roller for a aiwclfe(l aum, to te laitl ln caa. of death br acrldVnt, or a erkly lodrniBlty If tlie Inlury w tujlly dlaatile. tn. ImureU f lom tila eioptoy. i wui 0. niun tor oneor niore mouuiior a year. aa uiar lic dealreit. and tha eoal la aa k,w L, nlan, a non. forunl. Insuranr. ltutn the reacji of alnjoat every man ttoee tline and labor are ot any value to tinu and tila faiu. Uy. One ln altun of U,e ttuumt bave reoetred oaab vy uivnta under tbelr aectdent taliflea. Large riska placed at a moment's notlce, and at eouitable ratet, Isses adiusted and paid at this oflice, aud due notlce of ez plration of pollcies given. Correspondeuce, and orders uy mail or telegraph, faithfnlly atteniled to. v. c. nnoAvrsr, Gkneiial Insuiiance Agknt, Montpelier, Vt. SALEM LEAD COMPANY, ooaaonKu aiD oaiNDiaa or PURE WHITE LEAD! aVD nitrcPACTvmtta or ANU NAItltOW S1IHUT I.liAl). nui 1, Baow, Treaa. HALKM. MAHS.