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VERMONT WATCIIMAN & STATE JOURNAL,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMRER 12, 1883.
HOMK l'UNNY FIIUIT.
Wfty down la the orchard there stand an old tree,
Aicrooliedan " npplo" aseveryou'd aeo
Buch buda aa It puts fmlh In btlght, early sprtng,
And mtch frult as lts b!oomlng promlacii brtngl
Well, benealu thla old apple tree ono aunny ilny
A grandpa, with pnper and brlar-plpo lay(
When, on looklng above, lol what dtd lie ce
Way np on a brancli of thla very old trte?
Wby, a dcatlet atrlped atocVlng, onellttle bronzo boot,
And ho knew ry well trccs ne'cr bore such queer frult
Abovo them a pettlcoal'a white ruffla gleaincil
JJot at all llke an apple uce all tlilii slght seomed I
" What'a thls?" exclatmcd grandpa, "nstrange ilght
I'd very nuich llke to secute llie raro aeedi
Why, 1 belleve I beliold a ' round plrpln np Ihere
It' elthcr a. plppln or golden btlght halr I
" And R rooycheckod ' Spltaonberg ' Ihere too I eo,
Or a very red, fluthtng faco too It may be.
And 1 Kusaela ' besldel why, what marveloua frult
Thls old apple tree bearej or,arelhoae two bronze loots?
'And a scarlet-stceaked ' Ualdwln ' ah, lla pardon 1 bfg
If I make a mlttake and It'a but a strlped lfgl
Well, well," went on grandpa, " I really don't know
But thla tree to the great pomologlcal show
Sbould be aent, (or of all alghta I ever dld see "
" Tleate, Drandpa, don't acold I It t'alnt applea, It'a me I"
And, llke Newlon'a dtscovery, down at hla feet
Dropped hla answer a little glrl, roay and sweet.
Aa round as an apple, and bluahlng and red,
Becauae ihe'd boen "caught" up above "Drandpa's
" lla, hal " then laughe 1 grandpa, to see hcr alTrlgtit
" lla, ha I of thti dumpllng l'll now have a blte
" For a proof of a pnddlng's the tastlng, you aee,
And t really must twtwhU lus grown on thla tree!"
And be klaaed lier eo hard, aha was faln to rcfute
Hla thoory of tblnklng her aorae funny frult I
How Willlo Sold tho IJaby.
" I W wouder wiiat's tho matter with
that baby, now," eaid Willie Wallace, very
emphatically, as be eutered the basement
door in searcli of mamma, for the purpose
of laying before her tho pressing need of
a new whip-top. ouon a vociterous uenp
onatration could not eo on, thoucht Wil
lio, witbout mamma being pretty near, eo
ho Etamped up the basement stairs, ior
getting to wipe his feet, of course ; and
then up tho next flight, and ontering tho
front chamber, ho was just about to pre
eent an nrgent appeal for the wbip-top,
when his mother exclaimed, not exactly to
Willie, but apparently as u eho was un
conecious of any one being present,
" What shall 1 ever do with you, baby;
am completely worn out. You have cried
almost all night, and now it seems aa if
you would crv all dav."
Little boys and girla have no idea how
extremely vexatious they were when they
were babies, and so they in turn have no
(atience with a brother or sister baby
wneu it cries and worrles its mother al
moht to desperation.
Willie paused in the middlo of the
floor, after hearing his mother's nervous
and despairing outburst, and stamping
his foot vehemently, he said :
"Mamma, I jes' tell you what I'd do
wnn n ; rd seu n."
Mrs. Wallace had not noticed Willie's
entrance, but, looking up a moraent from
the eonvulsed infant that was kioking
and screaming upon tue bed, sne said
wimouc iniDKmg 01 tne enect upon
master six-yeare-old, "I would be glad
euoucn to, u l could lind anybody that
would take it."
Unough said. Willie forgot all about
his whip-top. The suffering his mother
liad been caused by that baby had
touohed his little beart, and, picking up
his hat which he had tossed upon the
lbor, he clenched his teeth together and
resolved that he would get rid of that
baby before the sun went down.
He Blipped out of the room as quietlv
ashehadcome in. Reaching the front
stoop he paused to consider which one of
the uelghbora would be moat likely to
provo a goodcustomer.
" Now, there is Mrs. Starr right across
the btrect," soliloquized Willie. "She
scems to think so niuch of that little louc
haired poodle. She hugs it and carries it
in ner arms wnerever she goes. Now she
certainly would care more for a uice live
baby than she would for that little mean,
water-eyed poodle. l'll go over and ask
" So Willie ran across the street, and
as the front door was open he walked into
the library, where he found Mrs. Starr
Bittiug in an easy chair, with the poodle
tleeping upon her lap. Willie was just
about to make knowu his errand, when
the dog bounced at him furiously, and
was ouly restrained by the most earuest
efforts of his mistress. When qniet was
reatored, Willie said :
" Mrs. Starr, don't you want to buy a
nice baby V"
" Don't I want to buy a nice what t"
8&id Mrs. Starr, bringing herself to an
erect uosition, and eyeiug Willie sharply.
" A nice baby," eaid Willie.
' " No," said Mrs. Starr, " we haven't
any room for babies in this house, or any
timo to take care of them ; besides, we
get all the benefit of hearing yours howl
across tho street."
" Our baby don't howl, if you please,"
said Willie, very much offended, " and if
it wasn't for your dog that barks every
morning and wakes it up, it would be a
good deal better baby than it is."
IhiB was said as Willie was backing
voHuru me aoor, so no neard no reply,
and, upon reaching the street, looked
around ior auother oustomer.
" Now there's Mrs. Brown, two doors
Delow," he thought. " She's got one
baby, but she thinks'so much of it I'm
8uro she'd like another."
So in a trice Willie was rinn-infr Afra.
Brown's door bel), and, in a moment more,
Mrs. Brown answered, and Willie put the
Well, Willie," said Mrs. Brown. with
her arms akhubo, " I aiu't buvinc; babies
very much now-a-days j fact is, they come
aioug aoouc as iast as I can take care of
ihemj but, Willie, you don't mean to
tell me that you would sell that little sis
ter of yours V"
" Yes, 1 will," said Willie : " Bhe worries
niaumia almost to death, and I won't
aiana lt oue minute longer "and aeeing
there was no prospect of a sale, ho ran
uown the stoop, and the last words he
do lt yU d W51Ue' d0n'fc y0U
Now Willie felt almost discouraired.
Dut, in his extremity, a happy thought
etruck him. There was Mra. Van Arsdale,
that all the boys oalled " the niceat lady
ri iht lilnnlr " Ct.o n-tl..l l i i
uu. vui luiniy wuuiu uuy
Fortunatelv Mrs. Van Arsdalo
tlng in the porch when Willio entered the
front gate, and, going haif way up the
walk, ho assumed the attitude of the man
who oanie to sell his father a cow, with
his lecs anart and his handa lammml intn
his pauts pockets, as he said, " Mrs. Van
jrauaie wouiun't you ato to buy
baby V "
Willio was too much absorbed in the
subjectof the sale to notice the eudden
btart this nuestion crave tho nerson ad
dressed, nor did he know the oause of the
more than tonder words whioh conveyed
Mrs. Van Arsdalo's invitation to oomo up
and slt bcsldo her on tho stoop.
Willie thus encouraged mado hasto to
comply, aud ho was soon explaining that
their baby wns not n very bad baby, but
his mamma had got worn out with it, and
ho was polng to sell lt.
Mrs. van Arsdale, listened, hait laugn-
Ing through hor teara, at Willle'fl oarnest
ness, and then sho sald, " You know we
lost otir baby la9t summer."
Willie did remember lt now, but had
" And since thon," contiuued Mrs. Van
Arsdale. " we have boon, oh I so lonely : I
would givo almost anythlng to have iny
baby bacK again."
Ilere iMrn. van Arsdale lounu it unii
oult to continue, and Willie, tlnnklng it
was about timo to namo tho prico, said :
1 1 heard my mamma say, last winter,
that she wished sho had a nice seal-skiu
dolman like Mrs. Van Arsdale's. I guess
she would givo you tho baby for that. l'll
go over and ask her."
Without, wauing ior any lurther nego-
tiationT, Willie bounded up tho street,
loaing his hat ofE and baving to run back
for it, whioh very much provoked him,
and, in a moment be was agaln stamping
up to his mother's chamber, but met her
coming out gesticulatlng in the most
frantio manner lor him to Keep nutet, as
the baby had got to sleep. Willie seizod
his mother's dress and drew hor into an
adjoining room, and when tho door was
shut, no longer able to contain himself, he
" Mamma, I think I have sold the baby.
Mrs. Van Arsdale said she would give
anything for a baby, and I told her I
thought you would take her seal-skin dol
man, and give her tho baby, and "
" Why, Willie, what under the sun have
you been doing V" said his mother ; and
then she gave a hoarty laugn, which con
trasted straugely with Willie's serious
countenance, and rather provoked him.
" Why V said Willio, " l told you I
was gotng to seu it, and you said you
would sell it if you could get anybody to
" I know, my little man, but I was nerv
ous and tired out, and i spoKQ witnout
thinking ; I wouldn't sell little sister baby
" iNot lor JNlrs. Van Arsdale a seal-skin
dolman ?" said Willie, looking up into
his mother's face.
" No ; not for all the sealskin dolmans
in iirooKiyn. wny, my little boy, you
used to cry and worry mamma just the
same when you were a baby."
" Well, 1 don t see how you will ever
make it up with Mrs. Van Arsdale," said
Willie, "cause I told her you would let
her have it."
This lifted a great load from Willie's
shoulders, and a little later, the article of
merchandise, Willie, the broker, and
Mr. Wallace, the owner, could have been
seen walking down tho street to Mrs. Van
Arsdale's, the purchaser's. The baby wore
a bran new hat and cloak, and was as
quiet and peaceable as you please.
They had a very nice call and every-
thing was satisfactorily explained; and
while Mrs. Starr's poodle could be heard
ki-yi-ing at the top of his voice, and Mrs
Brown's baby, usually considered very ex
emplary, screamed in a most distracting
manner, the AVallace baby continued as
quiet as a lamb, and W illie decided that
it might come to be "soraething worth
having after all.' Christian at Work.
Which Was the Fool?
There was once a certam lord who as
a great man did in the old days kept a
lool ln his house to amuso by jests and
antics. His master gave this fool a staff,
and charged him to keep it till he ahould
meet with some one who was a greater
fool than himself, and if he met with such
a ono to deliver it over to him Not rnany
years after his lord was on his 6ick-bed.
His fool camo to see him, and was told by
the dying master that he must shortly
" And whither do thou propose to go V
said the tcoi.
" Into another world." rerlied the lord
" And wilt thou come back atrain within
" Within a year ?"
" When, then ?"
" Never ? And what provi&ion hast thou
made concerning thy ontertainment in the
piace whtther thou goest V
" None at all."
" What I" said the fool : " none at all ?
Then take my staff. Art thou going away
forever and yet hast made no preparation
ior me journey t i am not guuty ot such
a iony as tnat. '
"I Am Hore, Papa."
On the steamboat on which I returned
to Naples from Ischia, on Friday, there
were hve victims disinterred after ono
huudred and twenty honrs of a livine
tomb, but still alive. A boy of twelve
had just been found, nothurt, but wander
ing amopg the ruins looking for the spot
wnere cis noine had been. 1 aslied him
whom be had lost. ' Thev'ro all cone.'"
he said, " father and mother and every-
Dooy.' iwo giris, who had been buned
for three days, said, when they were dug
out : " Ah I you do not know what it is to
be buried iu tho dark for ten hours."
They had no idea of the real time which
had elapsed. One of the most touching
incidents which came under my knowledge
was tnat oi a iainer distractedlv urcintr
on the work of the exoavators on the spot
wnere ne had lost hts little son. lla was
calling the child's namo in hoarse and
trembltng tones, when auddenly a little
voice was heard from atnidst the brokeu
masonry; "I am here. nana. Don't ba
afraidl ttke courago." Naples Letter to
Last week a Btrappinc negro woman
was up before Justico I'owew, oharged
with unmercifully beating her boy, a sad
dle colored imp. " I don't uuderstaud
how you oan havo the heart to treat your
own ohild so cruelly." " Jedge, has you
been a parent to a wuffleaa yallar boy like
dat ar oub ol mine?" ' Never," ejaou
lated the judgo with great vohemence,
getting red in the face. " Deu don't talk."
A itAOQKD little urchin called at a la
dy'a door, aaking for old oluthos. Sbe
broughthim a vest aud a pair of trowsors,
which sho thought would bo a comfortablo
fit. The youug scapegraoe took the gar
ments and examined each ; then, with a
discousolate look, said : " There ain't no
"Aiiuyouthochief-oiigiuoer of this con
oeru V" asked an oxcited individual of
the sub-editor. ,lNo, sir ; 1 am not the
enginoer; I ain the boiler," and ho pro-
ceeded to "boil dow" six aheets of
raanifold into a uote of six lines.
It isn't always the flower of tbe famlly
tuai mases me oen oreau.
Z&AJI-.1Z NEW RIOH 333LOOX,
Aiul will comtiK-li'ly cliniiBo (lio Itlnml In tlm fnllro ayatcm In tlirco niontlia. Any por
boii who will lnlio l 1111 ciirli nlslit from 1 ln 13 wcrlm, mny lio rcaturcil (o aiitinil
liriiUh, IT Mtrh llilnj; lio posillilr. I'nr i iirlnp ITcmnlo Complnlntn thcso l'llls lmvo no
c(lnl. I'hyatrlana tiao lliom lu thclr practlco. Sold cvorywhcro, or arnt liy niiiil Cot
clr.lit lrtlFr-Hlatiip.a. Scnd for clrcular. I. H. JOHNSON & CO., HOSTON, MA8H.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE L8NBIVJEI.T ,?'fl
'curatgl.i, Infliicnza, Snro I.unpa, Illecdlnff at tho Lungi.Chronlc Iloarje neas Iljcklng rnuih, Whnoplnu Couph,
Clironlo Ithcumallsm, Chrnnlc nlarrhtrn, Chronlc Dyacntery. Cholcra Morbm, MdncyTrpublM, l)licaes of tho
Splno and Lamo Ilnck, Hold cvorywhcro. Scnd for pamphlct to 1. S. JoimaoM & Co., IIostox, iUas.
An I'nHlhWtGrlnnrvSnrccon andChcmlst.
nnw trnvfllnir ln thli cnuntrv. aavathat most 1
nf tho Horao and Catllo Tondcri aohl horo I
rn wnrihv.a trnsh. Ilo aava thnl Shcrldan'a I
rv.t,l!tnn IViwilra nrn nhanlttttv tmrn nml
Immenicly valnable. NoWnR nn cnrih will make hcna layllko Shcrldan'a Condltlon Towdcra. Hoso. 1 tcasp'n
rul to 1 pint fcd. Solda:ywhcre,oracntby mallforBlottcr-atampi. I. S. Johnson Si Co.,1)03ion, JUss.
SOLU HY V. 1$LA1CKI.I0Y, MONTri!I,IKU, VT.
Fn?imfffi nnii Fnilrifir RllttRrs I
IIIWIIHQW ral Vfl
Tlicsc Machnics will do double and trcble tho amount
of worlc, size for sizc, that can
in tho country, and are hcavicr,
Also, the smallcr sizes do equal tho amount of work that
is done by the largest sizes
othcr makes; consequently
which requires lcss power to
will not get out of ordor, and
faction for considerdbly lcss money than you can securo a
Machine for of other makes with an equal capacity, while
for larccc sizes these Machines cannot be approachcd by
several tons per hour.
D. L. Puller &
Head. of State Street, - -
Call nud Sco theso Mochines, ur Scnd for Clrculnrs.
10 MTTER WHAT
-YOU W1U, AIAVAYS F1ND AT-
H. A. Clevelanil's Store
-tbe largest and
BOOTS and SHOES
of nll grades kept
New addltlons aro conptantly being lnitde
quality and prico. A fair trl.il will oonvlnce all
H. A. CLEVELAND,
BOOKS AND STATIONERY !
T. O. PHINNEY,
Bookseller and Stationer, would
booK-Duyers to ms large ana -weii-soiectea stoclc or new and deair
able books of the season. Large buyers, Sunday-sohools
and Public Libraries, furnished at special rates.
Writing Papers, Bnvelopes, and
ory oi every aeacnpuon, seiung a.z lower pnces tnan
ever before offered in this market.
And an endless variety of Fanoy
joau liooas, au oi wnicn wni
prices. Any book you
aent, postpaid, on
T. C. Phinney, - - - -
best Aism rjnn Arr-LS
will drlvo tho Humorfromyouil 1
eTGtr'i. nnd rnr.Uo your eklnl II
clcaa cnd tmootU. Tlioset II
k. MmnrM nml Hlntrhr.llW
blood, nnd can ho
. TcmoTcU In a ehort
frOJJtlmo, if you nro
. u . 'P. ' riflnr.
a'p. va, o '
. . "45.
lla emnll onlr
the bcst aiul chtap
and you v IU ho sntlsflcd.
Octlt of vourdnHTirlst.
DOS'TWAIT. GET ITATOifCE
If Toti aro nfrcrlnit from Kldney
lT)iaDun. nnd wlsh tollvo tooldaee.
Inso Kl I.I'JlUll JUTTiZRS. TU67
never fall tn curo.
(Ull'e flna Mlnnlo riirofnfTontharhoWll3 r?!
UUll W UIIW IIIIIIHtU UI.IUIUI lUUtllUWIIWl
1'rlcc twcntyfivu ccnts.
. IIOYT te GALE,
Real Estate Agents,
Farme, VillaKe Plnces, and all ltlnda of Uoal
ICatate Loasea and MortgBBPs uogotlated. Send
for olrculara. Terms motlerate. OO-tf
100 FANCY ADVERTISING CARDS,
all dlffcrtnt, wttb or without atlvertUeintnt on
thMii pout free.for ten S-CQi lUmna: SOO.all Jlfferent.
10f hAnilwaiQ HcrftD iJooK rioluree.ZAcanti. Adrtrefli
UJIlUil VAfVlV wnrAil la JUDBlLWllCr, Yh
IMk T -n. (S Tf V "f
CROUP, ASTHMA, BRONCHiTIS.
JOHNSON'S ANODYNT3 I,INlMr,NTllllntati-
tnncoudy rcllovo ilioo tcrrlblo tll.rnsca, aiul "III poltM ely
curo nlno casca cnt of tcn. Infnrm.itlon thnt ulll nno
mtiny llvcs tcnt frco by mnll. Don't ticlny a moment.
l'rcvcntlon la bcttcr than curc.
MAKE HENS LAY
VI ar g ak w B V"
be done by any othci mako
strongcr and more durablc.
and more expensivo Cutters of
you can buy of us a Cutter
drive itj will do bctter work;
is guaranteod to givo satis-
- - Montpelier, Vermont.
OTHERS ADYERTISE !
best etock of-
la this Bectlon,
to his stock, nnd youcnnnot fall to be eulted In
that thls la no cheap talk. Terms strlctly cash.
respeotfully call the attention of
of all liiixcls 1
Sohool and Counting House Station-
Qoods, Games, Croquet and Base
db soiq elz aBConisningiy low
see advertised will be
receipt of price.
State St., Montpelier, Vt.
I will ell atpublloanctlon on Thnradar, Septern
bor S7, 1 883, at one o'elock, r. u., my
Home Farm of 200 Acres
eltnatrd one mlln aoutb of MarthfleM Tll)age,on the road
to Montpelier. There laa good euirar oahardof BW trw
and a good apple orchard nunicleut for famlly use. T hi
btilMlngs are nearly new and ln (tood condltlon. The
house u mouso and rat proof, with cementol cellar.
uwuihju, uuiaDie waier runs 10 nonse anu UArua, and
never faU. The farm la well dlvlded and under a good
etate of culUvaUon.
Will Out EigMy Tons of Hay.
I have a quantlty of back pastnre alao foreale. I wonld
llke partlea wlshlng to purchase, tocome aud aea lt before
tho cropa are put In or hay la cut and ln the barn, and e
tOf thPIHMlvR what thA fitrni U. Al.n m.
unjt uui. u, iDSj, atoueo ciocK, p, H.,
A Farm in Woodbury, Vt.,
at the head of Wf at Long I'ond, on the Weat Wooilbury
ivoi icmiiuk iiuiu iiaiunift luruugu orceaieriodiont'
peller. Coutalna about 175 acrta, well dlvlded, the inow
lug being ruoetly meadow and lntervale, and
Outs Fifteen Tons of Hay,
with paaturage. Alao coutalna alurgeaanortmeutol uin-
bvr, and a youug aple and augar orchard. lt lina two
guuu uruB iue uuuae waa uurueu iwoyeara ago. isev-er-talllug
aoft water runa to tbe barna. Both lunns will
uv vom on easy terina to suu purcnaaers.
.. . JOUN E.I5DIIY
oiRiauneui, vi., Aiay ibsj. vs-ltt
Cata rara S4
ELY'S CREAM BAIM
larihal vlrua, caualng
ln)8 liifltimiutttlou, ii ru-
teuu tlio mtmuraoe
rioia Kdilltloui.1 coMi,
cotnpleltly tieais tbe
mu-H huu rt-etort-8 tliu
seuse ot tasto tut emell.
lieiitllcUi rfiittd nture
allztxl by a tvvr Mipiiw
l.oua. A thorougU vrwtt-
lUy-Kuver. eto. Uu
1CM tMiualed lor coliln ln th
fi's . Uellver by mall.' Fulj
M,a A 1 fenta a uarkatfi nont-
B a v wiioimaie ana retai
drugglaU. ELY'S' CHF.A51 1IAUI CO., Owego, 2f. Y.
FARM FOR SALE.
Sald farm la altuated two nillea eaat ot WIU'anutowD
vutige, oniue road leauingto waamugtou,
and conauta ot aoiue
More Ihnu One Iliintlrcd Acrcs,
well wooded and watered. Frult aud augar orcharda.
oimuiuBB iu gwti reimir. ivm seu or ezcnange ior vu
I'tupciiy. r or paiiicu'arB, inquire oi
9-tf O. 11. 1I1UKINHO.N, Wllllamitown, Vt.
$R tn $9filerila.v m liiiiui'. Mimplea worth Mfrre
r " Aildrrat twtMiN A Co., rortland, Me.
Stands acknowledired tho
King of SewingMachmes
lt lms tho only rcrfcct AUTOMATIC
BOBBIN WINDER cvcr mailc, uhullng cvcry
ljobbln ns einootli na n ppool of f llk.
lt has tho bcst EM BROI DERER lu tlio world.
lt do tlio wldcst ratigo of work, nml is
tlio LIQHTEST RUNNINQ machlno in tho
markct. Accnts wantcd ln vmoccnidcd tcrritory.
1B3 TREMOHT ST., DOSTON, MASS.
The 'Wlillo inarhtnps are nolrt ln Waterbury. Dux
bury, WaltafleM, Mnretnwn Stowe, Itnlton anrt KftyBton
byJ. O, UHIllOS. "Waterbury, Vt. AUlettemof
inquiry in nKnm to tne wnite tvui receive prorapiat
tention. A kixmI nwortment of mactilnpn condtantlv on
band at my vtore. J. C. OKIGOS.
Tho use of the term
Sbort Llne" In con-
nection with tho cu
porate narae of a great
road, conveys an idea of
just what is requlred
by the travellng pub
lle a Shoit Llne, Qaick
Tlme and the Best of
accommodationa all oi
which are furnished by the greatost rallway ln
It owns nnd onerates over 4.G00 mlles of road
In Northern Illlnois, Wisconsin, Mlnnesota,
Iowa and Dnkota: and as iu maln lines.
brnnches and connections rench all the great
huniness centers of tho Northwest and Far
West, It naturally anowers the descriptlon of
Short Ltne, and Best Hoitte between
Ohicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and
Chicago, Milwaukee, La Crosse
and W lnona.
Chicago, Milwaukee, Aberdeen
Chicago, Milwaukee, Eau Claire
Chicago, Milwaukee, Wausau and
Chicago. Milwaukee, Beaver Dam
Chicago, Milwaukee, "Waukesha
Chicago, Milwaukee, Madison and
Prairie du Chien.
Chicago, Milwaukee, Owatonna
Chicago, Beloit. Janesville and
Chicago, Blgin, Kockford and Du
3hicago, Clinton, Rock Island and
Chicago, Council Bluffs and
Chicago. Sioux City, SiouxPalla
Chicago, Milwaukee, Mitchelland
Rock Ialand, Dubuque, St. Paul
Davenport, Calmar, St. Paul and
1'ullmmi Slceprrs and the Fiucst Dlnhic
Cnrs In llic woild are rnn nn thn maln lines
of the CHICAGO. JIIIiWAl'KEB & ST.
I'AUli UAIL. AY, and everv attention Ih
paia to papsengers Dycourteoug empioyesol
S. S. Merrlll,
Uen'l l'aaii. AsenL
J. T. Clarlt,
Geo. II. Ilenrfonl
uen l snpt.
Asa't Oen'l I'&aa. Afrt.
B. H. EDDY,
No. 70 State St., opposlto Kilby, Doston.
Hecuree Tatents ln the Cnlted Slates; alno ln Great
uriuin,rrttnceanuoiuer ioreigu couuiriea. uopieaoi
theclaliua of any l'atent furntihed by remltting one
dullar. Aaalgninenu rfcordtxt ut washlugton. A'o
Agtncy in ihe Untted Statet potieites lupertor actlt
ttet or obtaxnxnq i'atcnti or atcertainxng tSe patmt
abtlav 0 mrnKifn,.
n. ii r.uij x , jsoiiciwr oi i aienu.
4 1 regard Mr. KUdy as one of the mojf capable and
luccenful practltlouers with whoin 1 have had otncuu
" UUAH. aiAMOM, commlBHoner of ratenta."
1 Inventors cannot emnlov a person more truatwoithv
oruiore capable of eecutlng for themau earlyand fa
vorable couslderatlon at the l'atinl Ufrlce.
' tusiu.-iUUUiiKC, tate Uommunioner ot ratents."
" Boston, October 19, 1579.
' R. II. Eddu. Ell.i Dear Sxr You urucured foi
me, lu 1H0, ui ttrm patent. Blnw) theu you have acted
ior anu Huviieu ute iu uuuurtMB oi cmbw anu procureu
many patents, reUsues and ezteuloua. 1 have ooui
Blonally tinploy.d the beet agent-les ln .New York, i'hlla
delphla and V arhlngton, but 1 Uil give you almoet the
whole of tuy bume, ln your Uue. aiiil advlao utliera to
enjploy you. Youri truly, UKOllGt UKAfElt."
liottiou, auuary i, itxsi Hi9
: Eggs and Poultry
All klnds of Poultry, all the jear round, and Eggs by
the riozen or caae. Mlgheat cash priee wlU be pald.
I'oultry can be Bblpied by rall ln rough box coope con
talntng 100 to200 pounda each, and coops will be returned
frti when wauted. .
Leghorn Eggs for Selting.
We make a tpeclalty ot furnlahlng White and Ilrowo
Leghorn Egga for settlug at nfty centn per dozro.
A. W, W1LUKH CO.
Northfield, Vt.,Jnly 1, 1883. 14-15
H8H1CX JUNCTION, VKUMONT,
C. E. Domoritt, Proprlotor.
Tliis houao lias lately boen thorouehly ro-
palrtd and put In good ghape for accouiodatloc
FISTULA AND PILES
Cnred ivltliout tho Uso of tlio Kiilfo.
M. KKAl) (M. I), Harvard, 1876). nllU'fS, Kvnns
Jlmiao. nSTieinont Mrtct, Iliotiiu, gtvesperlal
attention to the treatnient or KJSTU1.A, IMI.ICS
.11,1; lllISA!tEH Ur TIIK UiSC'lUAI,
wlwout detentlou tiom bualneaa, Abundaut refeienoeo
gtven. Tamphlet aent on appllcatlon. Offlce honra 11
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valuablo in rcmovinfi
preparation that will,"
it nr.non:s H iTus
IJndhputcd I'okHUq !Tldcnco of Abaolnte Cnrep,
IT WILL. CUDE
whcro olhcrs fall
srtiSTa, nunnoEf .
IT LEADS ALL
thn wcrld, and
ii mnm.v r.inonfvn
AaTlin IIESTornllllarro Itciucdtca.
liiSTnui or the nonnE,
Bnt frpon Ar-pll.Allnn.
will convlnco titrr ont,
We prcparo Cnndltlon 1'owdcrs and lloof Olntmmt.
llcare I'owdcrn, Wrtrrn I'owiierand Collo Tfrwdpra,
All thcso on ftalu at Pruffl
atorci and harnesa dealc.!
rrlco ot Ellla't fparln
For partlf'ul.ir.', frco bnokft. rtf, writo to "
KI.MS 81'AVIN Cl'IIE C.,
"nPncHinryft.. llo.Inn.orVtfl llb.ATC., NewTnrlc,
18681 CLARK'S 11883
STATK ST., MONTl'KLlElt, VT.
to Any denlred pattern and a tt fchonld be.
OP ALL KIHDS
Made to order from the bont heavjr Ledser and Beeord
CST rartlcular attention glvcn to all Ihe detalla of th
Printed and Plain Land Becord,
uenerai maex sookb,
Chattel Mortgage Recorde,
Probate and Court Records,
CL8RKS' AND JCDQIS'
Tlie 33est Q,xiality
- WK KEEP IN STOCK -
all rnlfd and cut ready for ne.
Highway, School and Town
Administrators' Account Books
Best in the Market!
MAOAZINKS AN SIIEET MSIO
tn half Turkey nnd half Itoan Morocco blndtugs neftt
LAW BOOKS IN FDLL
or half Law Sheep, done a they ihoutd be.
Old J3ools Rebound !
Ordersby Jlallor expren sollclteil. tatlfactlon gttr-
We never try to crrnpete with thoce whow hebby la
" Cheaper than the chpapet." Our motto la Oood atock
and workmanslUp, and a fair llvlng proflt. Addiwa
GLARK'S JOURNAL B'NDERY,
PAPEE BOX FACTORY.
BOOKS, MIISIC, MAGAZINES. &c, bound,
l.IllltAltV ItOOKS ropalrcil. r.VVEU
HITI.UD. UI.ANK ItOOKS, I'APEB TAlt.
I.UTS, nml l'APKlt HOXES miule to ordor
ltt tlio ticxt, iirt't aiul c'hcMpest mnnnrr,
l'artles wlio 1 nvo nny work tlicy wlahdono
ln fllliiT of tlio nlinvo llni'n will ronatilt thelr
own lntiTi-st liv M'ndlnrf lt or wrltlnr; for
l,r!r MARTIfl W, WHEELOCK,
SALEM LEAD C0MPANY,
LEAD ril'B nnd SIIEET LEAD.
All qoodt uarranttd to be equal to thebeit in tht marlet,
Fbakb; A. llaowN.lrwa. AAL.KA1, AlASh.
School Furniture for Salo!
8eata and deska for nlnety puplla aro now offrred for
sale by the Montpelier I'ulon hch'iol Dlstrlct. ihryare
moderu In atyle, in fair condltlon, and well adapied to
the wanU of a wuntty acliool. Cau b seen at tbe Unlon
school bulldlng. or at the aucllon rooins on ilaln street.
Call aoou for good tiargnlna. .,,,, ,
liy OHDKlt or COMUUTEK.
Montpelier, Angnat Sl, lls-J, "-If
13. O. GOODNO,
(HicutssoK to K. C. Abbiiit)
Offlce in Smith's Blook,
WKST HANDOI.l'lt VKUMONT,
Gas and Kiher adroinlhteted,
A Iteturn tn as with TIM
CTS. ityou'U gt by maU
A0CIDIN 101 OFGOODf
tliul wlU brtiiK
: ynu m MORE MDNlf. in une nonin.
than anythlnir elae ln Anienca. AhaoluteTerUJnty.