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   Boston Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 17, 1877, Boston, Massachusetts                                NEW ENGLAND BY The History of the Border Railway FALSE REPORTS CORRECTED A Story of Faithlessness from New Correspondence ot The Boston November Ver mont and tho bordering Quebec provinca are ngaln exeitfld over the railway which broke out some two weeks Bince anil Imvo uutil boon comparatively Kveryono is on tho alert to know what will be tho next action of the railway Sensational correspondents and local journalists succeed to a great ex inflame the public mind and create discon tent among the but the thinking class is not disturbed by these courtiers of the Southeast ern The correspondent of the Bos ton Journal claims to be retained as an attorney by tho Southeastern Probably not since the Fenian scare in 1800 has the Canadian bor der of Vermont been so thoroughly Tour who has taken much pains to learn the facts of the as well as public is informed by whose Im partiality and acquaintance with the subject war rants that the as a both Vermonters and care but little whether the Possumpsio Southeastern officials manage the providing the line is reopened and tho public inconvenience To adjust matters at an early dats and satisfactory to all the impression is general that arbitration should be resorted to as the only immediate and safe method of Tine right ot the Paaaunvp sio to the control of the line is not questioned by the best legal while the act of Colonel Foster and his fiduciaries iu destroying the track by the law of a criminal on answerable to the From an attested copy of tho lease tho following statement was abstracted The was drawn blithe 10th of by the South eastern Railway Company of the first pavt and the Connecticut and Passutnpsia of the The first part leased to the and its assigns the whole line of the also the branch road from Button Junction to with the northern section the Drumrooud and Arthaboska projected from Sorol on the Lawrence to With tho above lines were leased all lands embraced in the location of said or taken or purchased for rail road purposes also all buildings and structures erected for rail road with all right oil way and otlier existing The Southeastern not transferred conveyed to the Connecticut and Tas sumpiu nil titles and interest which it had or could have in tho Miaslsquoi and Clyde llivcrs The second piuly contracted to operate the rond as or ut the Into of the loaso by the Connecticut and and Concord and Montreal on tlie same terms ami pi inciples of division of freight and passenger By the terms tha lease the Oonneclicut and Piiflsiinipsic road was to pay a rental of twentylive per of tlie gross earnings of the road to lie with a Him in favor of the party of the second the Connecti cut nnd Passumpsic lor the interest at night per on the lonneil Colonel Foster of the Southeastern on the date of the lease also tho seven per interest coupons on MissUquoi and Clyde Rivers The Connecti cut aud Passuinpsic by tho indenture finally covenants that it win faithfully account for all moneys received under the at tho ex piration of the will peaceably deliver up the enumerated in tlm in in as good condition and state of repair as when it being understood that in case any difference arose as to the relative condition ot property and roads transmitted said dilletoiiuo should be referred to Aldeu and MOBOB whose decision thereon should be The important stipulation of the indenturp by which the Connecticut and Passsumpsio claim the right of managing the Southeastern sets forth thnt the lease shall continue from day to day after March until tlie payment of the with interest at eight per loaned Foster as Southeastern Committee on the day oE the drawing of said By on examination of tho PasBUinpsic books it is shown that neither princi pal iior interest has been paid by Fosterer the Southeastern Directors on the such is the result of business from the commencement of the lease days prior to the destruction of the track by Colonel that the twentyfive per of the gross earnings fell short of paying the coupons on the Misslcquoi Clyde Hivors bonds by on which account nothing hua been paid the Southeastern Directors by tho Pass urn In addition to the above Indebtedness UIBCO is shown to be due the Passumpsic for several thousand for which the in denture provides an umpire who shall decide the amount which Shall be paid with the on the surrender of the The above ttoatruco covers all important agreements and stipulations found iu the from which may be inferred the right of the Southeastern As to the management of the line from jUunsjn vlllo to no interference will prolmbly be mode by the as the dependent on local cannot pay its running ex penses judging from the ofticlal reports of its managers since its completion to while a possession by force would doubtless incur Ions of life and avail nothing in the The contrary to the import of the Journals special of no way the operation of the rtad between tula place ana North as trains are the Paasumpslo as prior to the Injunc tion arid subsequent tb the Tho reports that the Southeastern will run or attempt to manage the road between liore and North Troy are without Nothing further will prob ably be dono by either party until the matter is brought for adjudication in the Canadian and Ver mont A Faithless Newport CCorrespondenee of The Boston November good people of Newport were today not a little shocked by the announcement in the Daily News of ous disappearance of George a who came to this city about seven years The fact ol Ms leaving hasbeen known by a few persons for nearly a but out of regard for his heart stricken who hoped he might nothing has been A few years since Pierce went into business for himself and opened a painting establishment in thd southern part of the where he bad a run of custom and did a business which furnished employment for a num ber of was fond of and his habits became He Boon began to get behind in his payments for his and less than a year ago was compelled to make an assign ment to lib to whom ho now owes and being a poor feels the loss se Pierce failed to improve his and his downfall was The assignment ap pears to have been conducted in a very imperfect and ho unbeknown to the sold his stock and Hud pocketed the During the past summer his only child Quite a large subscription was taken up by one of tho secret societies of which he is a to defray the funeral ex penses and to help pay his Instead of using the luonev for that purpose it was mostly squan Soon after this affliction ho decided to Iwciik up 1lerce thought this a good opportunity to go to Providence end earn money to help her husband out of Ids deplorable In the meantime liusband lived with his Lust week lie very secretly sold tho host of the furniture at a great evidently with a view to leave tho place He soon as Word was sent to and she arrived here on uud was BucceBsful in securing a part of the the which she cannot The matter has bean placed in tho lianiis of Piercea liabilities are asserted to be Notice of his arrival iu Chicago has been seen in a hotel The Waumbek Lumber of The Boston November Waum bek Lumber Company has at last boou adjudicated opposition on the part of creditors having been Charles Smith of Haverhill lias charge ot the property at present by order ol the and will doubtless bo chosen assignee at a meeting of creditors to be held at IiKtleton on toe 22d before of The liabilities of tho comnauvare but the assets are more than it is to meet every uiuim dollar The preferred claims amount to 81800 secured claims to and the balance are William Howry of Provi dence to the heaviest hut is eutltely se Miscellaneous Trustees of Amherst CoUegehave elected Professor Judiou Smith of Oberlin to the pastorate of the college church aud the Samuel Green Professorship of Biblical History and Inter man was killed anilanother bndlyhurt by a premature explosion the boro Thursday the veteran master mechanic of the Providence and Fiahkill died on agent of the Dwlght Mills nt has resigned that position to February the agency of tho Naumkoag Mills at AHred a prominent phy died Thursday He was twice a mem ber of the Legislature and for many yours Gkair man of the School demand of Mayor Houston and City Solicitor the money wagered on the Presidential which Oilman sued to has been delivered to tho city of one of tho oldest and most respected died at his homo In this town yesterday at an extreme old He had held many proinineiitJioaltions during Ms Sherman Repre sentative in the General Assembly from Newport has been elected Colonel of the Newport one of tho leading military organizations of tlie Converseville mill notifies its weavers of a further reduction in pay ol one cent per This brings to good weavers SI 35 instead of 50 per and is a reduction of 2 110 cents since Republican says that many welltodo armorers andt other mechanics who are unable to obtain Nvork are Tlie greater number go to where land can be bought for an students of Phillips Academy were given a short leave of absence yes terday because of their attending a church fair in without permission of tho Faculty of that New Yale College catalogue fives the number of students as including 33 academic 144 131 Sopho and 100 157 in the Scientific 107 50 in the Medical School and 03 in the North place is in mourning because Governor Rice and his Council say that the legisla tive appropriation of shall1 not be exceed ed for tho now Land damages and other expenses will reduce the amount to be put into the new building to about case of Hainea tho Re public Fire Insurance Company of New wherein suit is brouglit tor the amount ot a policy on a building burned in The de fence is that the fire was not accidental and that the insurance exceeded the value of the East coroners jury in the case of Isaac Wadleleh rendered a verdict that he died from tho administration of ddses of aconite prescribed for him that the apothecary put up the medicine but there is a strong presump tion that the doses wore and that mimci ent pains were not taken to Instruct his family as to the interval intended between the with a gang of fifteen Including has begun operations on the sunken train at Portsmouth preparatory to raising There is no pros pect of bringing lip tho engine before Tuesday as it must bo nearly taken Thomas who nvfls run over by a team died early yesterday after great An examination shows that be sides sustaining a compound fracture of tho her collar bone was broken in two places and sev eral ribs May was arrested at the Union station Thursday evening iu tho act of stealing a He confessed that lia had committed sev uiiii other Rhihiird Suporlntsiidonl oC the Worces ter nnd Shrewsbury has and Julian Ulgolow has appointed to tho po I Tho State Executive Conimittoo of the Young Mens Christian Association met in on It wus voted to publish the annual ro pnrt of the recent convention in with the addresses of the Joseph Cook and Tho annual canvass is to begin probably ut Between fifty and sixty applications jrom all pans of the Stato were request ing the committee to arrange formeetinga iu differ ent Tho topics selected were Saved for What tho Bible the Sinners Guilt Condition of Christs Claim upou Ills Church Christ liejectcd Have You Counted the Cost THE STATE away to the and Imvo no no Ko oiie knows where they freezing to time to look for my cuil dretfand BOO how many of them I can May bo I shall nnd them among the Hear my chiefs anv My heart is sick and From where the suii now stands I will flglit no more lature disturbance of the paper standard the to continue it until 10 oclock Friday A ad States Court by Its deotaldki great collection of excellent articles Is the cafo supplied by the generous contributions of the people and th o Norfolk ftndj New England and furnish most enjoyable meals at the usual GENERAL BUTLERS How Ho wag Captured by tho 1ulr Anna Scene at tho Globe Theatre During the Initial Performance of tiie Crown of Correspondent Detroit Free It was the first night of a now play at tlie Globe in tho year of grace It was the first appearance of a new The new tragedienne was to appear in tho now she had written the play The auditorium was crowded with tlie beauty and culture of Bos Nearly everybody present had one or more ancestors to boast It was a model Boston Badersclmeiders rouud the said lie never knew a night whon gentle men were called out so between tho to HBO a It was the second scone of the third Lovely Anna the heroine of tho had just thrown herself Into the arms of bluff King with all the graceful abandon of a fall ing aud a gentle as nearly like applause as could consist with the propriety of a topshelf Boston was rippling over the sea of whon all cars were stunned oy ft sound ns of two kid gloves in the first box on tho A hundred nyeglasses wore concen trated upon the noisy A hundred cold shivers attacked the gazers as his identity was per The gentleman in tlie box was Benjamin Unconscious of or indifferent to the public tho enraptured gentleman continued his until tho lair performer rewarded him with a smile which rivalled a castiron angels in its sweet It finished Let tlie dramatic writer of the future toll the story of how he fared lie will tell it somewhat as follows Act Scene A New York Enter Anna Doloyn Why am tho tiuprt amlproy of dire suspense Thrice hath tlio noble JPdnco or NiUick lowly oner made of hand and heart ami reeal next only to the nor lacking hope of And thrice hnth answered I 110 sutor ultra in classic ami grieved him wolladayl Another suitor comes aud titles Essex and Lowells Uukn and Huntings these The broad do mains of do liolil a fief ol him and by Ills noble the valiant The fleets of CHoster hall him lord of sea and Tho granite graves of Annas Capo do hold a royalty to whence stately pnlaces MO born to detjk tiio loTty A hath a winsome face and merry wit And and vet and so and in the customary deca syllabic woodpile style of blank shall the poet the future sing the lovo of Benjamin and its untoward when we are all comfortably boarding in the JElysian Holds and amazed to learn that we lived in such a pastoral Not despoiled of fair Brlsels not Saul when David whitewashed him on tlie first base not even the woman whoso baby got the second prize nt the show last oer such resentment nnd desuair as when ho received tlie unkind wwge from his fair KOBE BAUBOAD BETURNS Xlio Business of tlie Lowell and the Kcvore Jlwich aud the Union uml the Newburyiiovt City Railroads Tho following railroad returns arc additional to those heretofore published NliWliUIlYlOKT CITY Ciiiiiiitl Block 00 Total amount of funded ufiflqo 00 Total gross 00 Total net iloht Oii United State Court a virtual pledge to evoryljuyerana seller in the Sec Kriox Wallace Whether the redumption or the agitation that preceded deterred enterprise by tlie throat of grievous shrinkage or most not lu would a matter of Few in their who have seen the avalanche of bankruptcies since that will that fixing this date of for the re sumption of specie was anything but a hapliazard guess at an uncertainty that when taxpayers are getting ruined the nation is getting solvent nnd able to payl Let tho resumptionista think of tho possibility that in selfdefence ftn im poverished people may resist At all events the men who think they have been enriched by a selfish and premature attempt to disturb the standard by during and after the prop erty wns are not likely to or molifled or terrified by hRrd Too many hundred thousand unemployed and distressed sol hired at a month in have been paid off In paper at the rate of loss than a to take much stock in Uncle Sain iniibt bo a The Annual Roport of tlie Inspector nnd Other OfJIcws liocomimoudaUoiM by tlie The annual report of the State Prisou Inspectors and officers has been There October 771 convicts in the of whom 570 were employed under contracts for prieou la Thla labor has yielded being an Increase of 02 over last The ex penditure for the year was The total receipts hove been The net cost of the yearly support of each convict was 57 net income for The Inspectors esti mate next years expenses at and the income The Inspectors recommend the removal of the present Chaplain in order to in crease the and prosperity of the institu The In liis gives a history of the as it is about to be removed to Con and makes the following recommendations That as much of seution chapter Gen eral as reads not exceeding niuy be amended so as to read not exceeding three That the Legislature of 1878 be urged to pass some resolve or bill for the speedy settlement of the boundary line between the State aud city lands north of and adjacent to the order for the settlement of the city claim for filling in the and that a fence may be built on tho line to protect the Interest of the That the board pass rules governing the issue of tobacco to the convicts by tho Totil 1xpomJed for Whole amount of nenimnent invest ments TotiU pvovorty ami Amount of sinkiuK uml contingent fuiidn jjenimjl truffle Totul uxponstjK of operating tlie Total net total surplus Sontemuur Limptli ut nmin line of road from Boston 33 33 41 00 781 22 781 22 41 mil Mnno crossing to Oity Wharf de 2 LOWELL AND ANDOVEli Unnltnl stock 00 Tntul amount of limdod 00 Total gross debt 00 Total not debt OU Total expended for 14 Whole amount ol permanent invest 14 Total property anil 08 tul not 73 Dividends 7 per for tho 00 Total September 08 Length of mum line of road from Low tili to 8 Total length of branches owned by com 1 UNION FREIGHT Capital stock authorized by 00 Capital Number of stockholders Total net debt Total property and assets of Total expense of operating Net Balance for tho Total Total number of miles run during the Total number tons freight Number of persons 00 3 None 88 2U 04 B8 G8 14 Thatthe under the provisions of tlie take notion defining tlie jurisdiction and duties of officers of tlie in to the present prison farce nnhorlzedby there be an increase of to be called with a salary not exceed ing per That the whole law In regard to conditional par dons be modified or for as It Is it is non operative except in life sentences and its provis ions with much difference of opinion exist ing as to its THE CHAPLAINS AND PHYSICIANS The report Chaplain Spearo Is a disqusltion on with a recommendation that a State home bo established near the new prison at where any one once a convict can find temporary ref or he shall return anhonest equivalent provided for him upon the laud or as the reason of tho year and other circumstances shall the prison ports that since his last report no epidemics of a serious nature have During the past year tho daily applicants for advice and treatment numbered During the year eleveu deaths Cnubilie 1 o tlie Editor of The Sin The test I proposed was iu those words 1 will furnish an official record of tlie penalties im posed on the liquor traffic for violations of law In seven years of You shall furnish u similar record of penalties imposed during seventy years of 1 made plain reference to and no reference to anything It the seven years prohibitory penalties were I was right if I was I did not say that the penalties did any I only said I would furnish an official record of their I here with furnish an to which additions will be made U needed Seuato Senate and Senate show that Ol1 were paid to County Treasurers for fines and costs In liquor nearly all being paid In five and a half years of Was 1 right In relation to ponulties if 1 was right in the only thing I November Coiiiinonwenltli CFrom tho Tuocarora November During the past week the Common voultli Con solidated Mluiuff Company hag been engaged in surveying their preparatory to commenc ing active A contract has already been let for sinking on tho Verltas to the depth of 100 which will be driven down at all possible three shifts being This property is in close proximity to the Grand and can not but prove valuable by proper as the location is a very favorable one Wie company are also the owners of the All aud intend in a few days to develop that ground also by a 100foot bids for which will be duly adver We notice that the stock of the above com pany Is now quoted at S3 10 In the San Francisco Stock What Joseph Said to Howurd at the Sur lieutenant Assistant AdjutantGeneral to General IB In At the tune of the surrender of Chief Joseph to General Lieutenant Wood made a report of tha speech delivered by tlie which was as fol lows Tell General Howard I know his What he told me before I have it in my I am tired ot Our chiefs are Look ing Glass IB The old men are all It is the young men who say yea or He who led on the young men b It Is cold and wet we have no The little children are freering to My itomo ot Uaya run 4130 SAXEM STREET Capital stock authorized by 00 Gai ital stock 00 Number o 03 Total net 57 Total eot of B2 Total property and assets of 85 Ntt 325 03 325 OS Totnl OB BJilOB of single track 7420 HEVERE BEACH AND LYNN RAIL Receipts from local passengers on roads operated by this 38 80 883 10 78 78 465 50 228 83 003 77 788 01 100 00 114 DO 30 40 Receipts from other Total receipts from passenger depart 84 Total transportation 81 Premium 011 stock 9 00 Gross ferry 92 Total 70 State uml 40 General ofDce expenses and not embraced In class es 3 and Insurance premiums anil loss by fire aud damages for fires sot by Repulrs of exclusive of new mils and now Iron rails deducting old rails taken Steel rails deducting old mils taken New ties number 603 Repairs of Repairs of buildings and fixtures sta tions and Repuirs and additions to machine shops and Rejwirs ot roatl crossings and Removing Ice ami Kuimtrn of iliel for engines and 2 cords uf com tons of 80321 Water and water Inel for stations and Oil and fiugnnd ougine Other Repairs uf mull uugguga WUKGS and incidentals of pas senger wages and incidentals of pas senger rhunuges uiul Total foiry Total expenses embraced In classes 3 anil net income above operating ex penses Interest accrued during the year on funded 08 on other SSflOO 2 per Ditto of lute linlnnco for tho Surplus ut commencement of tho Total surplus September Miles run by Total number of passengers Passenger PuuseuKer mileage to and from other r Total season ticket innBongora round Passengers to Boston including Passengers from Season ticket passengers to aud from Boston one round trip Number ot parsons Number of persons BE B01 Bill 80 80 31 205 30 08 02 47 600 80 81 89 BT 31 00 B6 20 70 2 1 THE EVANQELINB Nut Goodwin Says Wifes Klbs wore Not Tickled uud Gives a Lively Description of His Soriinmasro witfe Miss Eliza Weathersby and her Nat having severed their connection with the Evangollne have arrived in How York and are stopping at the Union Place Goodwin is very says the at the reports which have got abroad concerning his reasons for leaving the Evangeliue party and very anxious that his side of the story should be as he as much iu justice to myself as for my wifes It will be remembered that a Western paper printed a story to the effect an actor named Singleton poked Miss Weathersby in the side while the company was playing in Chicago that Goodwin there upon was but Mias Weathorsby was not that Goodwin abused Singleton roundly and that the stage manager lined Goodwin which he refused to and therefore took him self and Miss Weathersby from out of the combi A reporter of the World called on hiui oil Thursday to get his version of the Is it true that you left the Evangeline Com pany because Singleton tlcliled your wifes ribs he was was the emphatic there is not a word of truth in Were not your wifes ribs tickled Of course not the whole story is My wife is not the person to allow nor am I the man to stand Nobody tickled her ribs nobody touched Whose ribs were then that I know The whole thing was this In the lost act of you I have to drag on a While I was doing this who was assistant made a noisebeMnd tno and signalled to him to He then called I shall do my in n tone so loud that it was heard in front of the When my scene was over I went off and liiet Singleton behind the and asked him what he He said he would shoot the heart ont of nnd I said he was no and That if he was 1 would knock him I then went to my dressingroom to and while I there Singleton went np to my called me out of my name and said that he would shoot me like a that he had shot ouc man and that what lie would do for Tills frightened my wife nnil slio came to mo rind asked me not to o near which I After I had tlrosscd I wont up to tho stage and hearil Singleton in one of Hie rooms cursing me most vilelV and threatening to kill I wont in anil said to him Unit we wore alone and tlmt I wtwld glvu him all tlio uutisltuitlon ho wanted right Ho made no answer and so 1 spat in his niul then balled in and gave him u thorough It lasted about ten and I came off ilrst best tlsoujjli he weiuhs 170 pounds nnd is much larger than I whaled him so that ho has been laid up over Next morning he had me arrested and 1 went to court it is not true tha my wife went as tlie papers say aha stayed at The onso was dismissed and thnt was I then sent in my and my wife sent and when I went to draw my pay on Saturday I found that tlie stage had lined me Ipuiditand I have got a re Kico tried hard to get me and asked my father to persuade mo to but I would Kioe had treated me badly any because we were getting a week and a IJiee thought my wife and I were making too much so I was glad to leave any Then Miss Weathersby is nnliurt She was of at the treatment I received that is and she was annoyed at the talk about her being tickled In the We do not like that sort of newspaper noto Then I can safely Bay that nobodys ribs were interfered with excepting Singletons with a smile of I i just gave it to Goodwin added that he is going to play now at the Comique for two Being aslced if his wife would act there he replied dear I can act you We are going to get up a firstclass company to take the and we shall start in a few THE TEMPEBAJifOE IQAFEB1 A Characteristic letter on tlie Babject Tr Henry Problem of Tem perance Henry in a characteristic letter to the Secretary of tlie Womans Christian Temperance defines his position on the temperance and endeavors to show that half the reform clubs In Massachusetts are being ren dered worthless through the undue ambition of in competent men who aspire to manage the institu After asking union to accept a cabinet organ for the use of the Friendly Faxoiv says It is a pleasure to help and encourage the ladies of your because the members bond their energies in forwarding the good and do not spend their time in wrangling among themselves about who fill the various Hull the reform olubs in the State have been broken up or demoralized by members as soon as they got thought that they were fitted for the most important places iu the gift of the As regards the Friendly I want to caution you against extending help to There are thou sands in the community who are seeking whom they may and wear uhe garb of honesty only so long as it will maintain them without I am satisfied that too much money has been wasted in trying to help those who were devoid of principle and would not try to help Tho men who keep sober a not from uriuel but are usually the class who are uf raid of tlio Jlible aud of Any man who considers that the reading of the pray or voting for temperance oltloliils is detri mental to the interests of any Is a poor helper and a bar to its It is use less to make any structure stand without a good and it is equally hard to make a man out of one those beiiiRS who are lacking in moral While I often express a sympathy for the worthless class ulluiled I caunot advise the Ireakiug up of healthy institutions by admitting or harboring Russians Seel tine Contracts in An agent of the Russian Gbvornment who lias been in Philadelphia for several days is empowered to make a contract with parties in this country for the construction of a bridge to be thrown across tlie Danube into Tho requirements are that the leading company in Phila delphia distrusts its ability to meet and has declined the is provided that tha bridge shall be of iron and 2100 foot but without any supporting pier from shore to the whole to be completed before the opening ot the spring For such a bridge die Russian Government is willing to pay An order was received in Philadelphia on Friday from tlie same Government for 400 but tho terms offered are not and a member of the Baldwin Locomotive Works Com pany sailed at once to negotiate further at HALFORD TABLE For Family Use Excelled by Every Respectable Dealer Keeps CURES like a In 5 pound TRADE BY HENRY MAYO PABFJREY 03 Union and 164 Blaclcstono TO THE We presont our Card anil so licit attention to PRICES THIS DAY of several of ttw Brands ol Flour and aim to keep iu in best of 12 round hoop GITAR ANTEEDiTO RUN UNIFORM IN PRIDE OF ST LEAF nnd GOLDEN miule bv the New Patent Process f roni the CHOICEST WHEAT and WAEBAMTKD to give full anil Returnable nt our oxponou if not Pride of White Wheat per 5O Hold White and Amber per 8 09 Golden best per 075 White Grit per 7 76 Delivered In city and adjacent towns free of Come aud see our Buy u burrol uud and thus save money PABFKEY Ss And Worthy the Consideration ot Every One who Possesses a THE 3 Superior to any watchwinding not excepting tlie does not attcct the time and can bo nuplicd to almost any Is aud when applied It becomes a part ol tlio yet can bo de tached for tlio purpose of sotting tho hands and readily Being a fixture to the it is always convenient anil can be wound us readily in the dark as in the light avoids the necessity ot hunting un tlio key nnd tho perplexity which mlplit renult from the loss It tends to koop the watcli as it is a well known fact that more dirt aiid duat reaches the move ment of the watch through the use of the common tlinn from any other Have one put on your and when once used you will never discard Tlie AMERICAN is Jur 11 lulled and applied by all Watch Dealers and Re For further intorniotion inquire of your Nursing Burrs Patent Nursing Bottle HAWKES With Patent Grate and Patent by which clogging In tho fire pot and tho escape of and ashes are wholly ALL CAST VERY WITH CUP our original form of and admitted by all exports as tho very beat form for Our testimonials and endorsements ore numerous and They will be shown on with the Furnace and Our furnace pamphlet will be sent upon NASH 12 Bedford CD 3 CO 3 a a 1 I Perfection in the MouthGuard It Is a serious obleotiou to the MOUTHGUARDS of ordinary bottles being they must be forced on the tube over the anil then twliTtad around to adjust them olinfeH and wears ont the anil speedily ne cessitates the purchase of new The Burr Patent obviates this inconvenience and expense by means of its aumirably combined Mouth Nlpplu aud Tube constructed of one piece 01 We manufacture under our patents and trademarks several different styles of Nursing retailing at from 96 to 75 each bearing a distinctive lumie as described in our trade CAUTION TO MOTHERS AND have stopped several Infringers on our patent right from manufacturing and selling imitations ot Burrs Pa tent Nursing As some of these base imita tions are still in tho we caution nil purchasers of our bottles to see that our Patent otarajps are on tlie mouthguard anu imu that tno Burra Patent Nursing are blown in the glass Sea our giving iiiuctloiw for cleansing the BUUR Patentees and 48U Tremont HEATING TOUTING MANUFACTURERS OF PIBRCES Wrought Iron STEAMXESS HO1 44 and 46 Union Users of furnaces should not forget thnt PLATE never but bends before Plata Iron can be chipped and and putty Is not re quired In its Estimates furnished at short Foundry at Uncle Sum Must be To Editor of The Otolie Silt The resumptionists and antisilver men dis like to be called but what would Shy leuk say Might not who only demanded what was nominated in the object to being classed with those having lent aud knowing that so long an paper remains they may be repaid In what they are ready to foreclose every evict every bankrupt every blast every family and bring every debtor to utter despair by precipitat ing specie resumption of that and declaring the nation shall be solvent when its taxpayers are ruined For the bondholders pay no tax on their If these selfish of them arch who rnosK their mercenary fears and greed under a solemn hightoned re gard for the public pledged to resumption in the epithet let them refrain from stlgmatiBlng aa or even taoao while believ ing all unredeemable paper a villany from the oppose premature resumption of tho present Block of sgalust which M INIATUBiss for brooches and lockets for ChilBt nms ut Kotman 4 Park Boys uud Childrens Xhe great sale of boys and childrens clothing by the at the Old South Clothing which will be begun will undoubted ly add to the immense trade which that establish ment is now George the proposes to dispose of the entire whole sale stock of he establishment at such low prices as will astonish the people and clear the counters before the first of the new This is done to introduce the goods of this house into every New England and the list of prices ought to insure About 360 boys coatee in ten different ages from ten to seventeen are offered at and the usual retail prices being and 500 boys Alexis long fourteen differ cut ages seven to thirteen are offered at and the usual prices being and j 350 childrens imperial iu twelve different ages three to ten are offered at and usual retail prices SB aud In addition to this nearly 1000 boys and childrens of all sizes and are offered at and being a reduction of about fifty per from this seasons regular retail Parents will undoubtedly embrace Oils unusual opportunity to clothe their and take advan tage of tlie enterprise of thin Privileges of the In addition to the advantages of Its reading concerts aud lectures the Association olfera free to its members classes in German and New Testament A class in vocal uuiaic is with twenty lessons for one Compe tent Instruction iu all thesebranches is guaran Tho class iu bookkeeping commences next Wednesday Membership iu the Associa tion is only one dollar per FOR effects of colored photorelievos and at Notuiau 4 Park Tiio Dromtloia Street Ohiwnh The now in progress iu Bromfleld Street Methodist Episcopal has met with so much encouragement that U has bean resolved ILK HAT Latest At lowest prices and Prac tical manufacturer of Fine Silk Derby Hats and Society 139 Court opposite STEIMLE HAS REOPENED HIS 1UNCH ROOD AT 27 Congress St Formerly at Tho celebrated CITRRY every Tuesday and BECOSTEES LaDrIES AND GENTS OYSTER HOUSE and 000 and 671 Washington next door to Bovlston opposite Beach iICfE OREAMi RESTAURANT S HAYWADB Breakfast and consisting of 5 dUues to choice nnA 1 with ono bottle French claret Oafe mocha 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