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VERMONT WATCHMAN & STATB JOURNAt,, WEDNESttAY, DECEMBER 12, 1883.
Grand Opening of Fall and Winter Dry Goods at M. M. Knight's, STCWB STREET, "WATERBURY, YT. Wo can now show the largest linc of Fall and fVinlcr Goods ever exhibited in this section. Our ORESS GOODS DEPARTMENT! is full of all the new styles and fabrics of the season. Elegant Brocade Velvets in all the popular colors, and a very full line of the celebrated Nonpareil Velveteens. "We are also throwing out Some Drives in BLACE SILES! Prices $1.00, 81.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. They are as good value as can be found in New York or Boston markets. We have one of the largest assortments ever shown in Northern Vermont now on exhibition in OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT! including all the new and elegant styles made this season in Ladies', Children's and Misses' Cloaks, and rang ing in prices from four dollars to fifty dollars each. Ladies Desiring a First-Class Garment either for themselves or children, should not fail to examine the goods in this depart ment before purchasing. 'Iwffl Ijjf w We Cannot Mention 4 fSihildnii. A rOKTIlAlT. Bomplng throngh the hallway, Jurnplng duwn Ike etaln, risylng peek-a-lwo behlnd The sofa and the chalrs; Frtky as a kltten Wllh Ita mites at play Little Rosebnd. darllng, Four yeari old to-day. Down among tt-e dalales ChMlng bulterfllee, Chcks MVc two blush roees, Bparkllng rlolet ej ea j Golden halr In rlngtets, Decked wlth Oowera gay, Little Rosebud, datll g, Four yeare old to-day. Kerer little blrdle Ilair aii bllthe as theej Falrer than the blossoms Of theapple tree, Ileaven gnard and golde thes Through llfe'e treacberoui way, Lltlle Itofebud, daillng, Four years old to-day. Joe's llnnie. A THANKSOIVING 8T011Y. Joe Ashton wtw chore boy in the great booflo of Harrin & Brothers in a ruy, bnstliog city. Lrfe went bard with Joe, but he thought himself bighly fortunato when be secured the place. There were a few clerka, bound to be reapeotful and civil to their suppriorp, but ventiog thpir epitB and evil naturea od defenseless Joe. He was only thirteen years old, small of bis agp, rather stunted in growth, as the poor olass in oities are apt to be, but smart bevond his years mentally. Joe Ashton was bora with good chaucps in life. His fatber, a good seholar, was a country minister on a strugglinjr salary, and bis mother a beautiful lady, educated and refitied ; she was also the daaghter of a' rloh, iofluontlal father who disowned ber for marrying against bis wlll. Joe's fatber died wben be was five years old, and soon after he and his mother came to tbe city, where Mrs. Ashton, by selling now and then some article of honsehold nse or clotbing, and doing fioe needle work, managed to subsist till Joe waa eleven years old. They had grown poorer and poorer, moving from one wretcbed tenement to another, until she finally died in a garret and was buried by the city authoritiec There was no friend nor relative to eare for the little boy, and no one intor ested himself enough to secure him a home in the orpbans' asylum, henco there was no dwelling-place for him aside from tbe street. It was spring timp, and he knew be should not fretze. He was born with a bigh moral nature, inherited on both sidep, beaides implanted by hia mother's teach ings, therefore he resolved to starve before etealing. Just how tho child lived, how he pro cnred food sufQcietit to salisfy the natural cravings of tbe syatem through tbe six tnontbs tbat followed, 'iwould be bard to tell. At nigbt be crept into some old buildlng, or a large empty box in a by corner, and one day he atumbied on an old, unused coach, where he lodged for many a night. There he existed, and as winter drew on, and he Sfcured the char.ce of choro boy, and' meals and lodging in tho cheapeat rate boarding-house, be reck oned himself an extremely f irtunate boy. He was rather bIow and not very strong; not bo well tu'tid to lifting beavy boxes and balec, and running incessant errands, as many another who applied, but he was faitbful ; he could be trunted not tosligbt tbe smalleBt detail, and not to sbirk when not watchpd. Therefore the great bouse of HairiB & Brothers decided it was best for their intereata to retain him. Of the lnterestfl of the child it never eutercd their miuds to inquire, and as he never complaioed, the cuintant brunt the little boy Lecame lor the c.vil-ininded among tneir woremen loey never Knew. But if Joe was slow in workinp, be was qnlctc in thluking. Alany knotiy que tions of "balves" and "qnarters" tbe eoft pated clerkc, with their perfumed, oiled bair well p-irted in the middle, could not for their lives Bolve, Joe worked out with iocredible rapidlty. Miny an evening did ho spend looking over their "credit" and account books, straightening tbe crooked places, tbat iney mignt oe presentauie to tne employ ers ; and thus he worked on a year and a balf till his thirteenth birthday arrived, ana with it rnanKsglvlng day. . The great national feast meant nothirg to him, except increased work and sbarpur ecolding. When his mothor lived in their better daya he remembered they bad a tur- Key, uig ana nice, lor tnetr dinner, wtth other fioe things, and she had told him o( the beautiful times in her childhood in ber fathsr'u house this day brought ; but now it was notbing but work aud drive, for altlnugh the others many of them were off tor a holiday, no suoh thing was evpr men'liined to bltn. Tbe ohor'e boy of Ilirris k Brothers repreaeuted their in teroHs, notbis own. The Thtuksgiving of his thirteeuth birthdty ma bright and oloudlea, but before noon i drivltig storrn of sleet aud wiud and raa sat in. Jia had woikfd bard all the week harder than usu-tl, and tbat moriing be was very tired. He All the Lines of Goods We are now Offering, but Would Simply Invite All to Come hadn't oaten ruuch breakfast eitber, and had hurried from one place to another as swift as his feot could carry him till noon, when he waa ordered to Mr. Bentlny's, a beautiful suburban residence several miles away. The tired boy reached and enterod the warm, bright kltcben. Grace Bent ley, an uncommonly lovely child, with great eyes of deepest blue and lovely goldeg curls, was ilayintj with her kitten ; for a moment he gnzed at the beautiful child and the kind face of Mrs. Bentley ; for a moment stretohed his nnrabed fiogers to the firo, and without delivering his errand, overcome by exhaustion and the sudden heat, fainted quitn away. "Dear boy 1 " exolaimed Mrs. Bentley, as she lif 'ed him to the sofa. " VVhy is be not at home with bis mothe- Tbanks giving day ? " and batbed his head, ap plied restoratives, and soon the brown eyes opened, gazlng first at ber, then at Grace. " I thought," he said slowly, " I thought I was in heaven," as Mrs. Bdiitley placed a bowl ot warm brotb belore him. " Sit up now, my boy, and eat this, and then tell me your name, and where your parents live." As be eupped tbe retreshlnrr sonp bis strencth revived and be cave bis name, Joe Ashton, and said that both parsuts were dead. lle told tbe Kind lady tiis hU tory, sho seemed so intercated, and in Bucb a straightforward, earnest mannerthatsbe beueved every word. bhe also told him bis employer's home was next door to hera. Tbat she would notify him, and he should remain with them that day tbeir Tbanksgiving guest. l'oor Joe could not believe bis senses. Everywbere was eo beautiful he Bcarcely dared etep. He had never seen such coatly surroundings before. "Walkiog on roses," be atterwards aaid, was wbal the carpets reminded him of. My aud by tne dinner came. Tbe eto- ries of fary-land he had read in hia moth er's books were before bis cbarmed eyes. After, wben urace was snoning him her treasures, ber books and endless play things, Mrs. Bentley and her busband were bavtug a serious talc about tbe boy. They bad long inteuded to take one s their own acompanion and phymate for Grace aud a son for tbemBelves. This boy there was nooe to claim. Tbat he was ot rtnued parenlage was plaiu, even though his clotbing was coarse, and Mr. llarrti, tbat snarpest ot men, gave nim a clear record. The boy was thorouchly honest Tbus, all unconsciously to J.e, matters were approaching a climax, wherebv tbe tenor of his life was entirely changed j and the Thanksgiving twiligbt drew on. Tbe sleet and rain had ceased now, and the wind, sliarp and cold, whistled at the window casements, aud ehook the great treea near. He remembered bow lar awav hia dismul lodgings were, and ahud- dered at the thought tf leaviug. But he muat go, nevertbeless, aud Inoaea about for his old cap, when Mre. B'utlpyV sofi haud was uid on his shoulder, and ber sweet voice was Baying, asshe looked him directly in the face : "Aud bow would you Iitce to live bere always and be my own boy and brother to (irace, yonder l JSlr. llmtley and myseii have decided to cive you a home with us, aend you to Bchool, buy you books and clothes. eive you every advantage tbat we should our own son bad'be lived, 11 you would like to do ao. ' " Mrs. Bent " but a great sob choked him ao he could get no farther. lli cov- ered liis face with botb hauds, wbile tears fell like rain. " Tbat will do." aaid Mrs. Bentley. " You needu't say anvthiucr more; we under- stand you are our boy now ," and Joe atavt-d. Kext mornintr Mr. Bentley took Joe to the clotbier's, aud when they walked into tbe store of Harris & Brothers, not one of tho clerks recccn zid 1am. But his Iand lady, when be called there for tbe little truuk tbat beld all bis world s possetiBlons a few books of bis mother's, one dress, a lock ot bair and her wedding-ring, to gether with an old jacketof bis Bhe had patcbed and raeud-d, and a few other odd things he said, "liowever flue Marser Joe might be dressed, ahe ehould know that face anywhere, bright and shiniug as tbe inorning, and be allus paid bis bills be sides, bless bis beartl" and to Joe out of the very aluuis of the city had found a home. A year has rolled by, and it is Thanks giving eve agaio. To-morrow is Joe's fourteenth birthday. What a year it bas beeu for him I How tall and mauly he bas grown, and what a fiue developmeut ot chost be bas. He is deep in his Lttln crammar, over wbiob he is poring, leavlng it every now and then, bowever, with iuuch patience to heln Urace with tangied questions. fllr. and Mrs. Bentley have looked upon him for a year as tbeir own son, and he haB not disappointed them, and to-night, as they glauce across to the table wbere their children are i.itting, it ia With pride nnd iiltjotioii, and with a prayerot tnauK fuluess in their hearts. Just at this ino meut the door-bell rings a loud, startling peel, aud a deep, strange voice is heard in tho ball atking if Josepb Ajhton'a nome is nere. His erraud is ouioklv mado known Joe's mother'd fatber his graudfatber, is dead, and his large wealth paases to him, ho being tho nearest livlng heir and no will left He is a lawyer, and after a brief, business call departs, and the B-nt-ley bousehold reaumes its wouted quiet, not, however as before j with beseeching looks and voice, Joe haa implored them not to east him from their home. They assure him they never nball: tliat.it is his home, now and always, and Mr. Bent ley, as he crozes at Joe and Grace. saya softly to his wife, "Miriam, what should we do without our boy V But shedoes not anawer at once there is a far-away expression upon her face as he repeata the qnestion, for she is not ustenmg; matead, ber inind bas traveled backward to a period of nineteen huu- dred years, and ahe hears the centle voice of her Saviour, For f waa a stranger and ye took me in ; hungry and ye fed me; thirsty and ye eave me drink. In- aamuch as ye did it unto the leaatof these, my brethren, ye did it unto me," and Mr. Bentley speaks again. " VI wbat are you thiusrng, Miriam I " "Tho blessing, hnsband," she replies, " the blessing." Jtanie Deant, in Chris- Imn at Work. ccw dvciitiscnwnti,. DISEASE CURED Without Medicine. FaluaM Diieovery or Supplying ifagnttim to the Hnman Syttn. Jlhetneitv and Mag nellim UtUiitl at Kner Biire Jor Utalxng Me Slek. TI1K MAONETON ArM.IA5fCE CO.'S Magnetic Kidney Belt FOIi MEN IB WAMMNTED TO CURE l tho followlng dUejws with out medlctoet Pin: i.t tiik Back, llirs. IIbad ok I.ihbs, Kkrvocs Dsbiutt, I.umhaoo, (Jkmkral )t- BILITT. IllltL-MTI8, I'ARALTBIfi, NKURALQIA. SClAT ICA, DlflKASU 0? 711 B KlDKIVS, Hl'IMAL, DlSKASkS, lOBftD Livkr, Ooat, Smlaal KiuUModb, Imiiotencjr, Asthniii, lleart DUeaw), DyipeplA, Contlpatlon. Ery- s petas, In'IIkjetion, IIernl& or Hupture, Calarrh, IMes, Epllepfly, Duml) Ague. elc. When anj deblllty of the GENEUATIVE OROA.NS oceurv, Lost Vltallty. Lackof Kerve Foica and Vigor, WHBtlng WetkneKs.and all thoe dleaset of a personal nature, from whiterer cnue, the contlnuoun ftreAin of Mnnetlnm penneatlng ttirouRh the partt muft rrtttora thftn to a heallhy actlon, There ls no inUtake about this app'Unce. TO TUC I APirQ 1 Ifyoa are nfflWM wlth Mraflltack. IU lllL LflUlLO. WwtkneNK ot thn plie, Kalttg of llm Womt, L-ucorrho8i,Chronlc Iufliuiriilon and Uicer Htloiioflhe Womi, liicldeui II-morrlmgH or Kloodlng. ralnful, Suppworxi and irrfgultr lienHtruauoa. ifar renn-B,and Chnnge ot Ufe, itita ta tha tieat anpllaura and cnrtttve sgfnt hnown, For all formHof Kfinale PlfflrntUea It li uniurpanfd by Hnythlntf bfore Itiventnt, i oth h a curatlvo agent and a a ourcof power nnd viuiliitlun, Trlee of rtt er Hett wlth M gnetlo IupoIm. $10. sent by exprcM C. O 1.. and exmimttlon allowed, or bv millon recflrt of prlce. In orderl g.teud meHRurrt of wilat and lz of fhoe. KemliUncu can bo made ln currency, aent ln ietter at our i tk. The Mg"Cton Onmenta are hdptM toall aeen.and are worn uT'-rtheund r-clothlrg (not nxt to Ihe hdy. ltke the niny U tlvanlc and Kleorio IlunitHitrx adrtr tt no PilriiiWflv). nnd Miou d b tken S at nhtbt. they ho!d their I'OWICK KOHtCVKlt, and are worn at all peaun nr tne year. oiTia lumu ror me "new uepimara in aitwiici Trtvtiiietit Wltbout Uedtclue," wlth thouBandiof ttMtl monltvln. THE MAQNETON Ari IIANUE CO 218 TATK STBkBT, CllICAOO, iLL. Kots. Sonel one dollar ln noUeo rtanwfl or cur- rem-y (ln letlerat our rlk) wltti Mxe of he uiually worn, and try a palr of our MHgaetlo Intolfn. and be convl ctMt of the rxiwr rtwldlnz fn ur other MizhH1c AppllanreA. I'oltWtfly no cold feet when they are worn. or inoney remnara. I BESU? ATJD OHEAT-I t rrr.l CAvo tho ITunoriroinyoui Hmca and Ulotches blood, r.ml can tc NA. v k. ' Tcr.iovcu ia n taori !, U you cro Croat tho lcst cml chenp-S Va fra8d you v 111 bo eatlsncdV. DOMTWAIT. CETlTATOSCirav O I &:, ml wlh tonvo loolclniro, B. U58 Bl M'UUJl BlTTi:it3. They never fall tncnro. BBll'snnnMlmilnr!iirBrnrTnMhaflin?t",.r!! DlnsUuU l'rice. twcnty-Dvo ccnts. SALEM LEAD COMPANY, PURE WHITE LEAD ! JAiWi VIVK nnd SIIEET LEAD. All good) uarranttd ( f tqual lo thtlittl in the marlct, Killue A. llaoWM.Tretti. bAXJCM, 1LASB. r The Best VTiy It tlxe Best: Tt will o.ut faater than anv other saw: it will out p.isipr f.hnn nnv nfTior onw if ia j - I ' kept in order easier than any other saw; it is made of is tempered and ground by the most skilled workmen. D. L. Fnller & Geo. P. Boyce, TliQ Daprn Pl ntViiop I ino uaiio uiuiuiDi : Hu a full stock ot Men'. YouUu' and Iioyj' Clii ;il Furisii Goods! 11U, Cr. llooti nnd Bhoen, Vur CoaU, Robes, lllank- et, Trunkn, TraTtlliig ig), eto., whlch be l Belllng at bottotu prices. CEORCE P. BOYCE, FKENCir 1II.OOK, IlATtnE. VT. The (rentestPatii Allcvliitor KnoAvn. Wlll qulet th pli lntanil ln mrh cae m L"me Itftrk, Ui eiimntiKni.Neurn'U, Inflan in ittonof th Kld nBR, Lurg and Thruat Aff ttionn, Ciunp, ttpd sudden plnof every kind; and lor Kemale Weakne, lt bet hII ihw ntl'n in thn world. TtoiiHtnd ara now under t etmn for d'SKpe whlch a MHch'll Hetlndonna riaftU-r wonld ltav prevenx', Maiy In the flrFt tagw of conmiinptton, who tKln to fprl their rare hoptlw, can ue curea uy ineir coniumea anu j-erpwrni use. MNrKACTUHKl) AT TllB NOVELTY PLASTER WORKS (KniabllrheillKK LOWELL, MASS., U. S. A. 80M II Y BHUllOISTS EVKKVWIIERB. TEA CLUBS! WK AKE OIVINQ AWAY Gold, Sllver nnd Nirkcl Wntches, Dln mond Itlngs Sllvcr Wnre, Wblte and Decoratnd Tea, Dinner and Tollet BeU, Xo's Koeeand Oo'd lUnrt Pivnch Cblna Tea KeU and ThonAtndA of otber Useful and Ornitinental Aitlclea a I'UKMIU&IS for tbe formlng of CLUBSi Send your addmi to THE GREAT CHINA TEA C0IY1PANY, 210 STATK bT ltOSTON, MASS., and e wlll mall you our Cl.Ult ItOOK contalnlng al'IlICH LIST of ourTEAS and COrFEESand a List of our Premiums. WILBOR'S C0MP01TKD 0P PURE C0D LIVER 0IL AND LIME. TntliA rnninmntlvc-Wlthor'a CTntnnnnnd of Coo I.iTkk Oil ahd Iauil, wtihont popB-fdPg tbe very nHUHfatlng tl vr of the article herrtifnrtt u d. Upndowtnl hv tha I'hoMihat of Mmewhh a htallnK prop-rtr wtili-h ffndera the (I douhly i fneclu. Itf- innkaiilf tfniimonUl of ttf ftlntov cnl) h'w. Kold by A 11. WiLBoa. Chfin Pt, hutttnntand "11 Urnpjtt'U. Poor, White & Co., BAIMKERS, 45 Wall St., Now York, nroken and Doaleri ln Ilallway and all otber Hecnrltlea. 11AII.WAY I.NVUSTMENTS a erorlaltr, ln the aelrctlon and ntlnutte of whlch their lont oonnectlon wllh "I'onr'H AlHnunl of ltnll- ri)la" KVt them ipeclol adrantigM. Correepond' f nce IiitIUmI and lnqulrlea auuwenxl. l)eKU aocouuU rroelvetlandlnteri'atallownl U-'i 100 FANCY ADVERTISING CARDS, -JJ dttferent, wtth or without adveitlwnint on ttiem noKt frtw. for len 3-wnt rUmnM 3iki.hU dlnVrtmt, 11 KHi bandHoine Scrap Hook lMeturnflmita. Addrw UNIOS CiKD COMPANY, MontlwllAr, $72 A VKKK,$Uud'iyallitiiivfailyiuade. CotfUy fiuttlt trv. Addrewi Ti-uk A Co., Mtguata. AU- MITCHELL S Perforated MM Plaster ew Mdvtrtintmmin. Saw in the World ALL KINDS AND LEN&THS SOLD BY $011, - - - - AMES Portable Bngines C to 40 h.p. readr for qulck ahlpment, noflt Portables bullt ln theUnlted tatM. PlntLlnuiln woikmanBhtp and malerlal. Over 40 ln conBtant uoe, Prtcei made at catomer'n otatlon, Send for Catalogtui and Prlcos, statlng Jait what rvqulred. Xetift Modern Jtulld, STATIONARY ENGINES1 Compftct, qnlcX worklng. econora'c, wllh heater, pnmp, goveraor, THive.anti au nxiure. peir-ooniaaieo. at followlng unprecedeuted prices. Tlx.: 10-li.p 20 h.D , . asr Full stock at our Faetorr :ian 400 Come and examine. Im . r.ool . CflO ) medUte sblpment made. ItOILEKS, :i-ii.i 40-h.p , OU-Il.p All styleR. new and Reonnrlhaml a npecUHr. wjille we have at our works the Inrgeot fttrek of general macblnery ln tbe lutb.l of any one Him ln thu country. . C. FORSA1TII A CO., Macblnbitd and Oeneral Marblne Dealera. 10-3 Mauchrptrr, N. II. K. H. EDDY, No. 7G Statc St., opposlto Kllby, Boston Swuren Patenta ln the UnltM 8'atew; alo ln Oreal iuit-in. rrance ann otner roreijin couninw, jopieaoi theclaluiB of any 1'atent furnlahnd bv reinlttlnit onf d-iilHr. Aw!nnmenU rrordwl nt WrtHhlngton. St Agnty in the Unxted Statet poitettej itperxor facxti' tiet or obtaii'xng Patmtt or ateertaxnxng the patent abxttty of tnventxont. TKSTIMONf AIS. " I mrard Mr. Kddv as on of the mif catxxbte and tutefttful practltlouen wlth wbom 1 have had offlcJal lntercourM. C1IAH. MAsOKi uommiasiotier or fatenu." Inventora cannot emnlov a Derton more truntworth? or morecapatile of Berurlng for them an earlyand fa vorahle connideratlon Ht the Patent Offlce. UMUM) uuhkc. utouommtflitoner oi raunts." 108T0H, October . 1S70. " R. . Eddxt. Eta : Dear Sir You urocuml foi me, ln ItMO, my tlrat p4teot. HtncH then you have actad for and advUed me ln hundrolB ot one and procured inanv nntAntA. rrlwaea and extnlonn. 1 tuve oona rlonally cmployl the beet ageu lt ln New York. I'hlla aeipnia ana wanmgion, uui i buii give you aimoi ine whole of tnv bunlnMM. ln your Une. nnd advlse others to etnploy you. Youre truly, UKOKUU DKAI'KK." iioaion. january i, ituu. u-xa J. 11. UOSAIU), OKOItOK H CLIl'FOHI GKOHGK A. ltATLIIKLUKlt, Tlio Dakota InvBstment Go Grand Forks, Dakota. (Litblt IIoiaio A CtirroaD.) Money loaned on KIrt Mortg g acurlty npon lmproved lttd lllvcr Vailey Farmii, at Eig-lit Por Corit IVet. Wehnvemidfl ovr one thonand loane. nttret'rg 4Vt,OtiO, upon Dikota farmi without the Iom of a tl 'gl ilulUr to lh lnveRlor &lonev nUcrd nnd Interflt Kitd prlne'i-al oollected and trauinlttl free ot charg-e Kor rffrrrnc nd full partlcuUia aridirftft ibe Untota InvealmeMt Juinauy, Ornml Fork. JUukota BOSARD & CLIFFORD, Attornor n Law. Careful atlentlon giTf n to all legtl matten wlthln the Termory ot w.inoia, n-u M Nantaskot Riiller M Supernedes all othem. 2,500 Nantasket Beach fcV"'on(l for ClroiiUm nutl l'rloo Ll.ts. Nantasket Roller Skate Co., 25 Middlo Street, IM)X 78. LllffKH, MAH8. NEW-CHURCH C0RRESP0NDENCE SCHOOL. VortheRtudy of the I li ilogt-al Wrltlogsof EWANUEL SWEDENBORG "ITT'II.L te opinl Jan 1, I8SI, by ibe llieol. g'cal hiiiooltit the Oeneral Convei tlon nf Uih hw Jerutalrm. For clroulr , addnx Ibe Krw Chuii h Uomspoudenco Ckbool, 16 Tninout at., llmlou, Mass, and Examine Theml w&i.wka V Uli1 9j A.V XAj the best spring steel ; and it IHontnelier, t. Central Vermont Railroai " Eostern " Stnndard Tlme. Commoncing November 19, 1883, Train Qoing South tetll Leave Montpelier as follom: Q 9R 9 m VAIL, from HU Albam and linrllnirtoa O.LJ a. III. for Concord. Mancheeler, Naua, Wor cnter. Lowell, Fltebbu g, Uoton, Sprljig" fleld, w London and New York. 19 V n m FAST TRAIN. from Montreal. OgdeiM L.0J (J, III, burgand the Weat.for ISoeton.vU Lowell. and New York Yia KprtnufWd and New London. ruHmati Drawlng Koom Carto lloHton vl Lowell and ew York Tl Hpilngfleld, miRn m LOCALEXrREa",froin8t.AIIan.Rn IU, IJJ, lli, ,( n nrin!tnn for White R1t JntTtlon, SpMngflrbl, JJew Lon1on an4 Kew York. Hlplng Car to Bprlngdeld. 19 4(1 9 m XIOHT KirilExs. from Montreal, Og Ititu a, ui, deunburg and the Vful for lloeton Tla Lowell, and all tnluta In New England. Sleeplng Cara to lloston Tla Lowell. Tralns Qoing Korth and M'ett: "i fi 1 m MOIIT EXPUESS, from Itooton and New O.IJ d. III, York for Montreal, Ogdennhurx and Ibe Went, Hleeplnn Car to Montreal. Q Ot , m LOCAL EXritESS, from White RItw 3.LJ a, Ml, Junctlon for Uurllnglon, Ht. Albant and Klrhford. t fifl n m DAY KXPRF.S. for Burlington, Rt. Al O.JU l, III, ban, Montreal, ngdensburgandtbe West. Drawlng Koom Car to Montreal. 6 55 p m CIIICA0 fiE!is. Traln leave for Ilarre at 7.00 a. m., 10.15 a. m. iind 4.13 p. m. Tbrouub ttcketa to Chlcam and all polnta Weit for tale at tbe prlnclpal statlonH. j. tv.uuiiA!ii,uencra!Aianziier. 8. W. CUMMINQS, Oeneral l'aaxenger Ageut. Montpelier &Wells R. R. R. Taking Effect October 8, 1883. Tralns leave Montpelier a folloxe t Hall at 8 tO A. M Exprwa at l.JJ r. H.. MUed at J.00 p. u.; arrtve at Wella KlTer at 10.10 a. ., 3.M p. u 7 '-'0 r. M. Triidu leave Wells Hiver at folloivt ; Mlxed nt 9.00 a. x., Exprraii at 10. W a. x Mall at S.4S r. u.; anlve at Montpelier at 9.00 A. u 12.10 r. m., 5.i r, u. Tralna leartng Montpelier at 8.70 a. u. and l.H r. ic. make cloHe ooniirctlona at Welti Rlver for all potnu la tbe VVhlte Mounulnn; aUo fnr norton and alUuteruia dlate polnta. Yf. A. NIOWELL, Superinttndent. F. W. MOltSK. Oeneral I'aumarr Agmt. CIIIUSTaiAS OFFEUINO. We have now nearly a thonaand cniomer, ln whorn we hT cold peHlng niaihltit-a, antl aann e ft lng:,, bve conclnded on the lol owlngi Take Aot'ce. w-ao apMlnt e ch one oi our cuntom ia uur fprt UI gent, an4 inreath nrwcu-tomer fo a it-wlnrf m( bl- e y u aerid us we wM tireeent you wlth a htndoiii nlfr. v -Itied at no Ira thnn f n m twn nve d'Hlais I hl ff r Is good forlbren montl-B The lu.wt v.iluBblft preirnt wlll be giv.n brfor-CnrlslniHS. Call atlheCapit 1 Orgmand wwlw Machlne Offl -e, or send pjatil to J. r. I'OSt OVAN, Monltwlirr, t. 25-28 For Bablea-BABYLAND 50 cents a year. For Youngest ItMitets O ur 1.11 tlo M.il mimI W'omrn SI.CO a year. Fer lioi and Olrls lh I'wnar 74cntsaear. For Old and Young Folks-W I D E A W A K E JJ-l'nge tlluatrated 1'rrmlum l.t Free. tl 60 a ear. Aildrraa, I. I.Hlhri i .V Co., llnatoii, Mhss. Auction Every Saturday, At two o'ctock r. k , la Carr's Commlts'on Ilonse, Ilacon Illock, South Maln Htrwt, Mont'ller. Vermont. Teas, Sugitrs, Uruoerles, 1'roTlslons, Wooden War., Furnlture, Tobacoo, Clgars, etc. Conslgnment of goodi ollc-lted. Einploymeut farulihed, and belp secured at bort notlce. M-tf I). GA1UI, Auctlnneer. FISTULA AND PILES Curvtl without tho Vao of tho Knlfo. WII.LIAM HEAl)(M.I).,llarvHnl,18t5.ndU0nF.RT M. UK.Mi (M. I. Ilarvard, 187b), iitlliva, Kvaus lloiiai), 175 Trennint Mrvet. llotoii.glve.ll attflillon Ui the troatine-t ot KINTUL.A. I'll.ICS AN1 ALL UINKAbKH IIF TIIK HKCTUAI. without detenllon liom buslneM. Abumlaul refeiencea glven. l'awpblet sent on appllcatlou. Ofllee boumU A. M, to 4 r H (exrept Sunday'l. Junction House, ESSEX JUNUTION, VERMONT, C. E. Domorltt, Propriotor. ThU houe has lately beea thurout;tily rft-. Iiilrej nnd put in good ahape (or accotuodtttlon tif kihwW. N4TICE.-ThlltowrtlfylhitI, Obed K. R.)bln Iiimoii, ihlsdty iilveiiiy ou,Oi8 II, Koi lnaon. 1 1 iliueiliiilnn ibe miiliiil-r of ln ui ii.'iln, aml tliall li ly noilei.isot lilKOutraclliiKo'rlHiMi anv ol hi w.kes troni Ihlad .ie. OUEU K. KOIUNSON. Warreu.-SoTember 84,1883. ti-iV