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TILE RUTLAND DAILY GLOBE, SATURDAY MOKNING, OCTOBER 28, 18715.
Tlio Old Jlnm lo Hie I'nlr.
nv JOHN II. VATIK,
fin very dusty anil tired, wlfot no Just come
home from tho fairs
i lyc me ray pipe anil tobacco, and Ml smoke
In my easy chair s
1 tiresome work a pluyln'lor fcclilo okl men
like me i
r tlrcjomoworkasocln'wcrc everyone wish
ci to see,
our fair-! are a runnln' down . they are not like
the air of old,
Wiic.ii ou took the prizes for bread, and butter
i lin e were
'lie couldn't have been In lils rlirlit mind
when ho made It 1" shrieked Mrs. March-
Icy, violently fanning herself.
I'll break It If there's a law In the landl"
stuttered the pious cousin. "A thousand
dollars? after all tlio sermon's I'vo read
him Sunday afternoons, and the Rams of
back-gammon i vc piayeu with mm, ami
the expensive wines and lrult I've ordered
from the city to tickle his greedy palate?"
Hut the lawyer snook his head. Mho
will was nltogcther too compact and neat n
legal paper tu be set at naught.
"Hut what's become of tho other six
thousand dollars! To my certain know!
SiSSSiyBSlSUfultUlnB, tuatwero Ife l.ad full twenty saved uP!" said
,v.ll ,i'i"Mi senlii' then'
s .ii.tluzens of racln' hordes and hundred of
Hat all this sportln' will lead to is more than
I now can tell! ., . ,
ir, somehow, it seems to inollko the ilouii-
,.....-. ..., In li lenll
una, be u llttle'harsh, but I'm speakln' the
i irheMlh. racl'ti' and' diltil.ln' arc the foes of
our noble joulh.
Vi Imlli'.iliie lo a mil Inn of gamblers, If mill-
, ,what do think? a .vuiin'gslcr nicusod me
..SI.'iKnd'.'.n-'tVe head-that hasn't
mi eMli 1 him a line llttlefcltow-hoansworcil
me buck "Vim "I'll
, ipi 1 1 1 1" lime ni in, i.ild I, "that thing 1
1,.,,.. liel IT llflllC !
i -i mil In giniidp.i'H kneel let me reason
' ' nli, miii, my son."
i ii 'hii'iinl up In his dollies, and said,
ultli a loui; snipiecr,
, u ,im here for preachlti' ;" old man ;
i ill. nir on jour iar !"
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.inn mother mess
talk like that when you and I
-nut a hi Idle
llpilll 111 tDlltflll',
,.nd l'lnrji'tt'ti' blind, bill a dinerenre
i ,ii Hi bovsof eighteen hundred, amlclghl-
i- it about tin' i,lrl-V They, too, Irom the
tilth lull',' sll'.npil ;
ln't ecoueu showni' Hie butler her hands
had made :
to id In their pom phaetons, Willi wo-
innn'.s ensennd irraeo.
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d ri illiiuiii in-, iilii', llll Hi.' beltsof
t if oveuliiL' clilme.
I la i v li.n ii In mi dreams In Iin1 talis of
'in- nlili'ii tiini".
--.'iic'i. i li 1 1 ii t'tt mill (liiim
I'lli' .lllsrr's Will.
Old Kplirnim Topple iiai. dead.
The October blasts shook, iloun showers
a maple leaves, glittering in led and gold;
I. rinr. rushing through its rock gorge.
haduued by glooinv ppruce and hemlock
r i -, made a ad, sepulchral moan, and the
atin-lirow chestnuts, falling friimtlieir open
hul;, seemed to tap like luueral lingers on
.lie nlil shingled roof, as the tamily a do
:i-eil niiscr is never at a loss for plenty of
vl.imcs sat mound the great, open lire
.em ath the room where the corpc lay,
nil' ami i-hroudi'd, Willi a bort of sardonic
nil upon iti white lips, ns if it were secret
v chuckling over t lo coiiiiiiolion Ueloiv
''Well," ipiutii Xohemiah l'opple, tlio
i.ilf-linillicr of the deceased, "Satan lias
"ut ln oivn at last!"
' 'i on hadn't ought to talk so, Xeiny
ponded the fi r t cousin a lanky, tallow
aei d individual, in black. "Truth ain't fi
in- spoken on all occasions,
"bear ino !" said Mrs. M.ircliley who
bad been Theresa Mararetta l'opple before
lie married a dry goods clerk and went to
Hie city to live "bow nervous that wind
makes one ! L do detest tlio country ! No.
in ini.ih" to her brother "plcao hand mu
' I thought he never was a-goin' to die!
' rved a nephew uncomfortably attired in
mi Sunday clothes, and painfully conscious
i f it slillly-starclied shirt-collar. "Two
ir. sick and to drop oil' like IhU at last!
al, wal, it g true, as mother ilricrly re
marked in class-ineetiu last Wednesday
e'lo all grass of tlie field and Mowers of
'I suppo-'c he'll cut up fat," observed Ne
hernial, who was nut at all choice in his
dialect. "Twenty thousand dollars at
Ii a ,t!"
"Dun'- all dross!" groaned the nephew
willi tlio shirt-collar. "What isgolil ton
" li ar conscience t
Hut nobody spoke a word to poor lit tl
T i ti li tlf Apsley, the, distant relative the
arcelv ventured to fill herself cousin
.vho had taken care of the dead old miser
on stair. who for two long ard unutterably
"cary years had ministered to his whims
iiul caprices, ami borne the brunt of his
avnge temper. Nobody except Harry 1'eii-
'I, the l.lreil m in, wlni stooii ner stauncu
ii ' inl through all, and who was one day
when they could allord) to bo her bus.
Don't fret, Judith," said Hairy, in
In-piT "don't mind il, because they all
' el above us.
Ah, Harrv, it seems so lonesome !" I'll
i d Judith, unconsciously twilling licrlln
r around the strung hand that had taken
nr. ".Mr. Topple was never very Kind
i mi i but lie was all tlio friend and pro-
t or I bad. and now be s gone
Slid tin' tears sparkled into the maiden's
il lulit brown eyes.
Judith Ap-lcy was very pretty, with pale
or iwn hair, streaked here and there with
lb', long eyelashes, and coral-red Hps, full,
ml i ij e. and velvety.
Mr. Marchlcy her own daughter was
l-liiiii'i dand freckled, with a cast in nno
slid she was a "designing puss." Mr.
s h miali l'opple thought she w s sly and
' rliand The nephew with the "shltt
'I r iv is of opinion thai a dollar a week
.hi Mirbilant charge for such sen ices
ii-h id be n able to render the old miser
li'i lay in hU ci illl ri uhoio stairs. The 111 -t
u in in black never had any confidence in
i lioin the beginning.
I'.iur little.Iuditli! (Jld llphraiui Topple
' id been hard enough upon her, but he
mi ll all indulgence by the side of these
Don't Judith, don't!" urged Harry Fen
i il, the tides of Ills rough nature stirred to
in ir deepest springs by tlio sparklo of.lu
uth's tears. "Never mind 'em! Let 'em
i t!n ir oivn way ! Motlier'll give you a
me, and be glad of tho chance, till 1 can
.Hike one of my own for you !
So the bleak autumn d iy lapsed by, one
i one. until tlie funeral was over ai.il the
will w.i- read.
The will! and of course, llko all wills,
i proved an unmitigated disappointment.
1 lie bouse and ball tnu Mini were leu to
.Irs. Marchlcy, on the express condition
ihat slio should coinu and reside there for
be rest of tier life.
"I s'liin't then!" cried Mrs. Marchlcy,
Inirply "I wouldn't bury myself in this out-'if-llie-way
hole fur all tlio money in crea
urn!" In case of her declining to comply with
the aforesaid conditions, it mis to icvert to
the pious nephew, with starched garments
.. I I. ...I ,n-rc,i.i,l TI... ,.ll...- half
"Ah, Indeed! That remains a mystery?"
said Mr. Penadlnk, the lawyer.
"Gambled it away, I daresay; the un
principled old villain I" groaned the cousin
who had turned so many colors as the ex
piring dolphin of romantic lore.
"Speculated, more llkelvr snariea rsc
"Oil, dear I dear! what a world this Is
we live In !" sighed Mrs. Maichley. "Hut
there's one comfort Judith Apiley has got
her deserts; and now. if this hoitso is mine,
I II trouble her to walk out of It 1
Judith lifted her soft, appealing eyes to
Mrs. Marchley's adamant face.
"1 tltil not expect niucii, laiicreu sue,
I I am glad he remembered me so kind
Hut Mrs. Marchlcy had hurried up stairs
to the old oaken press, where her brother
had kept his musty and motlieaten ward
robe, and brought tiown tuo onvc-grccii
suit, rolling it in n compact bundle as she
"There !" said she, take It, Judith Apsley ;
and I wish you joy of it ! Now good-morning!"
And so .1 in li 1 1 1 lelt the scene ol her pa
tient and uncomplaining seriitudo amidst
tho chuckles ot the assembled relatives.
Not nltogcther homeless, however, for Mrs.
1'ennell welcomed her to the little onc-storr
cottage where she dwelt with Harry her
son, and halt a dozen junior l'ennciis
with nil a mother's watmtli and fondness.
It s a poor place, my dear, said she,
hut vou are as welcome lo it ns if you
was the oueens oldest daughter, aim
Harry's got a placo over to Squire Med
bury's to look after Ids new green-houses,
at three hundred nud fifty dollars a year,
my dear; and it cannot lie long afore he
saves up enough to buv l.eesilen Mill
little down, and n good deal on bond and
mortgage, ut seven per cent and then
jou'll lie nil right, Judith! Tor a good son
makes a good IiiimmikI, a lie always
heard tell, and if eier Iheie was n good son
it s my Harry !
She was sun harping on the theme ot
l.eesilen Mill" the next morning, when
Iildith sat down bv the kitchen window,
with scissors and work b.i"kct, lo rip up the
ancient olive-green suit.
"It is too moth-eaten for a pelisse," said
thrifty Judith, surveying it with ciitical
eyes; "but it will make a nice Sunday
jacket for little Leopold, and perhaps a
saciiue for Jessie, for llurri s brothers and
sisters arc mine now.''
Illess your dear little thoughtful heal 1 1"
said Mrs t'enncll, wlo was flying fragrant
doughnuts over a crackling wood lire.
"They are rather ragged ; but with seven
children, my dear, one can't be over par
While she spoke, inouisitive little Leo
pold was fingering the tarnished brass but
tons of the antiquely fashioned coat.
"Lan I have these to play soldier villi f
"Oh, Judith! here's a queer old pocket,
hidden under a llap, and, a little book in
it 1 it a primer, Judith? Are there any
"Land's sake alive!" ciied Mrs. I'cnnell,
standing witli one fork transfixing a richly
browned doughnut. " by it s a bank-
'The Central National Hank of 1! , in
account witli Judith Apsley," it read and
therein was entered a neat little balance ot
six thousand dollars, and pinned to the last
leaf was n slip of paper written over in
L'phriam Popple's curious straggling hand
writing "Tor Judith, with her old uncle's
That is the end of the story, l or of
course it is hardly necessary to add that
l.eesilen Mill was puicliased without my
bond or mortgage whatsoever, and that it is
tho greatest delight of the littlo FcnnelU,
individually and collectiiely, to go and
spend the day at the mill itii sisler Judith ;
or that Nehemiali, Mrs. Marchlcy, and all
the other relatives pionounccd It all "n
deep plot on behalf of that odious schem
ing Aplcy girn J'eopie sec things in
such different lights.
now in: out MAiir.ii'.n.
ml conduct lo correspond, Tlio other half
a -.tony wilderness, given up to hucklo
luiry bushes and mullein stalks was be
queathed to .N'cheiulah ; the cattle, and farm
ing implements to the coufin wlio holloed
Unit "truth wasn't to bo spoken on nil occa
sions !" whilo, in addition to this, a thousand
dollars each wciu left to tho lour next of
kin, and ten thousand to r. distant charita
As for Judith Apsley. tliero was biitono
clause in tho document relating to her, mid
that ran as follows i
"To Judith Apsley my faithful nurse nnd
adotited daughter. I give and bequeath my
old nllvc-grccn Sunday suit, to make into a
pelisse. Jt is substantial and well linen,
and worth half a dozen of the Ilhnsey Jali
llcs iinnortcil nowadays. "
A dead silence sucVecded the reading of
tho will, until Nehemiali J'opplo burst out
' It's a fraud!"
Humble boasted of being a confirmed
bachelor, and took pride in being called a
woman hater. I mean Thomas Hhimble of
the importing house of "Hood, Stiver, &.
Humble." He was very fond of letting
people know that he disicgaided the charms
of the softer sex, and was frequently heard
to say that he would like to see the woman
that count get mm uniicr ner tiiuiiio.
There was a time, of course, when Hluin
blo was susceptible to the overtures of Cu
pid; because when he was plain "Tom," of
fifteen years of age, and left "Hock Cove,"
came to the city and entered the employ of
"Mensor, Tigby & Hood," he left behind
him n young "I'olly Ann," with many a
sigh and tear, and more vows than both put
together, to bo true till death. Tor two
years he wrote coiitantly to his I'olly Ann,
repeating the manifold vows of boyhood
love; then he was promoted from boy to
entry clerk, and soon after was Introduced
to u very bewitching young lady, whom we
may be allowed to call llattie Klton. Then
lie forgot his I'olly Ann down in Hock
Cove, nnd became very attentive to Miss
T.lton ; ho accompanied her to the theatre
and made her presents ; he got trusted for
his new coat, nnd with the money that
should have paid for it they took a sleigh
ride to Hrightoii, nnd fastened on hot chick
ens nnd campugne; to please her lie learned
to polka and waltz; the scliottlsebe and
varsovienne were not ill vogue then. Things
had sped along very smnotlily for about a
year; so Tom, thinking lie might as well
have the matter settled at once, popped the
question. Miss Klton appeared very much
surprised; fur il moment she remained si
lent, then lifting up liolh hand-, she ex
"Why, Mr. Illiimble she had constantly
called him 'Tom' for six months previous
I've been engaged these two ycar didn't
you know it?"
'Know it r Xo replied Hliiinble in idler
"Why, je, I've been engaged to Char
ley Dudley for a long while, and I thought
you know all nbout it, and was only payin
attention lo mo out ol politeness, unarley
is in New York, now, we are to lie married
'Married noxt '
We may guess what Illiimble was about
to say, lint we shall always be In doubt, for
instead ot unisinug ins sentence, ho toon
his liat nnd rushed out of tlio liamc not
even waiting to mako tho purling salutation
oi good evening, Terliaps ho was alraid
lo trust his gnashing teeth, for fear ho
would chango Ids well meant words into
sumo wicked expression.
Tom. in tlio mivnev of his own chamber.
with his door locked, his elbows upon Ids
light stand, and his faco unite buried in his
hands, roverto 1 to tlio year's time and tho
many uonars no mid thrown away on .Miss
Klton t then ho thouidit of noor Vollv Ann.
whom ho had 'cut' so shamefully, down in
jtocK uove, unn no deemed to wrilo to her.
to oiler pressing business as mi excuse for
not having written before, to sue for nardon
for past negligence, and to assert that his
nllectlons wcro suit unaltered and unalter
able. Ho ho llnburled his face, and nenned
tho tender mlsslvo full of falsehoods and
stalo love, which lie despatched with tlio
fullest confidence that Tolly Ann would bo
very happy to reccivo It. Hut alas for poor
human expectations! I'olly Ann's letter
came. It was brief; sho told Hhimble she
bad Heard ot bis attentions to the city ladv.
that she had almost forgotten him, and was
going to mnrry Jerry Smiko the villago
blacksmith tho next week, Mho returned
to Tom his earliest clforts in lore letter
writing nnd n lock of his hair, nnd request
ed him to return to her sundry articles In
that lino that ho had rocelvud irom her.
From that day Hlumblo announced him
self to the world ns n woman-hater. Ho
had been false to one woman, and
one woman had tricked him. So lie
cried down tho whole sex. The time
which Mumble hnd heretofore divided be
tween lovo nnd business was now devoted
to business, nnd inconsequence ho received
one promotion niter nnother until be turn
the pleasure of seeing his own name the
third on the sign over tlio door which he
had entered ns an errand boy. I don't bo-
lieve lie remembered that tliero wns nnt
such person In the world as llattie T.lton or
Tolly Ann, the first day the new sign was
It was ns the junior member of the firm
that Hlumblo had travelled through the
New Kngland States two years ago lat fall
with samples, receiving orders. During
his tour ho remained in the pretty village
of I'., N. II., one fine night in October.
He sat in the bar-room after supper, smok
ing his cigar, until it became filled witli vil
lagers, discussing pontics, smoking tncir
pipes, talking of their crops and ogling
liini, all of which was quite uninteresting
to hint, so he concluded to walk out and
iew the village by moonlight. He had
hardly stepped into the entry, and before
ho could close the door, ere he heard n
voice inquire i
"Who is that gentleman?"
"Ills name Is Hliiinble; he's from Hus
ton," replied the landlord.
"Mumble, from Hoston," chimed in a
third voice, nnd then milled, "Vou don't
say so !" followed by a long low whistle of
Mumble stepped oil' tlio piazza and walk
ed up the village street. He had scarce
walked twenty yards before he was aware
of being followed. Giving tho matter but
little thought, however, he turned from the
road into a pleasant kino that wended its
way toward some half dozen farm houses
until he came to u rustic seat, upon which
he threw himself and wns soon oblivious to
all tlio world excepting the business affairs
of "Hood, Stiver & Mumble." He sat un
til his cigar was consumed, when he was
aroused to the world around him by tlio il
luge clock striking out ten. Huttoning his
coat closely around him, lie hurried down
the lanes ns he turned into the groat road
he was suddenly and not very softly seized
by the throat, by the shoulders, and by the
coat-tails by at least a dozen hands. He
wns rather too much surprised to speak
ccn if lie had n chance to; the hands so
closely clenched around his tlironl Mould
have prevented hi speaking if lie bad not
been so greatly unprWcd. As he could
not speak, he" listened wry patiently to
some hall-ilocn i cl.iniatious ol "."sow
we've got sou !''
Something (le-peiate must be ilnti."
Illiimble struck the fellow that held him by
the throat full in the face, knocking him
down, and then ciied out as though lie ex
pected that this would lie tho l.it chance ho
wouid over have to speak.
"What in the deuce are you about?"
The striking question had u miraculous
effect upon the numerous bands distributed
about his person, and Hliiinble was free.
Ho waited n few moments to regain Ids
breath; then looking around him, asked
very energetically :
"What does all this mean?"
"It means thai if you don't proiiii-u to
leave town and not go to see .Mary Gay
again, we'll jut hide jou, and tben ride
you out of town on a rail," said tlio young
man, recipient of the blow, who had re
gained his feet.
"Leave town? .Mary Gay? Why, 1 do
not understand what you in. an," remarked
Hliiinble considerably mystified.
"Well, sir," interrupted another voice,
"we mean that you've come herefrom Hos
ton to com t Mary Gay, and you mean to
cut out Hiily lligdy here; now if you don't
give up Mary and leave town to-morrow
night, we'll pitch you into the mill pond."
"Mold on a moment," said Mumble; "I
think you have got hold of the wrong per
son, as 1 have not the acquaintance of .MUs
Gay, nor, in fact, of any otiier lady in this
place. Hut I want you to understand ono
thing distinctly, and that is, 1 shall not
leave town until I get ready.
Something about Mumble's manner
seemed to eonvicu tlio young men that he
was in earnest, for they uttered variutis ex
pressions, such as "That's n likely story!
"lie's gassing! "I don't believe that," etc.
Men invariably express doubts when being
convinced of something they had lather not
Tor a few minutes the whole party re
mained in silence ; then ono of the young
denizens of T. bioko the spell by asking:
"Ain't your name Mumble?"
"Are you from Hoton?"
'And don't you know Mary Gay?-'
"Will, that's strange! She said his name
was Hhimble, and that's your name; ho be
longs to Huston, and so do you ; mid you've
been rigid up by her house, and we believe
you've been there to see her. Don't we,
"Yes, we do," replied Higdy.
"Well, young men," said illiimble, "if
you don t beliee me, go :i"k the young lady
This proposition wi.s met with approial
by the whole pally, so Mumble started back
up tho lane, accompanied by a large escort
before, behind, and on each side of him.
They filed into the yard, nnd crowded on
to the steps of a neat looking farm house,
and Higdy knocked nt the door. In a few
moments one of the chamber windows was
opened and a protruding head asked.
" no there r
"Conic ilowntothedooraininute, Squire,
will you?' asked Hill.
Why, what do you want? inquired tho
voice in tlio chamber window above.
Wo want to see Mary n minute," replied
w voice from the crowd below.
Why, she has been abed these two hours.
Is it anything important?"
'1 es; we want to see Her just a minute.
'Well, Til speak to her.'
In a few minutes Mary appeared atlhe
door. She was very good looking notwith
standing her beingcalled out of bed at such
an unseasonable hour and so thought
Hlumble. Tor some moments the whole
company remained speechless, .u last
Illumine tiring ot his conspicuous situation,
and the 'nothing today' spirit of the party,
broke tlio silence by asking the young lady
If she had seen him before.
'Not thnt I remember of,' slio replied,
'I only ask yon to satisfy these young
men, said Illiimble.
'I lien he nin t your city beaur aked
'No!' as short as though it had boon but
"Then we were mistaken, said a voice
in the yard, and two or three of the parly
slid out nt the gate.
"I am wry sorry Ihat I hale been the in
direct cause ot ibis annoyance to you; bill
it is no fault of mine. This gentleman,"
pointing to Higdy, "and his parly seized
mo nnd would not allow mo to' proceed to
my hotel until I had prnwd to them that l
had not been visiting you. I must now
leavo llicmwilh you to make their own ex
planations, nnd bid you good evening."
uoodoveirng, said the young i.iuy, in
ii very sweet voice.
Somehow Mumble didn't sleep very
sound that night; he was in n very strange
place, mid he kept constantly thinking of
ids strange ndicnturi1, nnd of the good
looking strange young lady; nnd the more
ho wondered who she was; nnd, when at
lest ho determined to inquire about her in
the morning, ho fell asleep and dreamed of
Hliiinble was an early liser bachelors
generally are and the next morning, be
fore tho village was astir, he hud walked out
nnd passed the house of Squire Gay ; hut
ho did not see Mary, so lie returned to tlio
iiotcl and inquired of the landlord concern
ing her. Tlio landlord must liavo priilscd
the girl, for the bachelor decided to remain
another day and bo introduced to her, then
to remain a third, and finally ho concluded
ho might ns well stop the week out, and so
ho wrote to his partners, informing them
that ho should remain there u few days to
himself. Tho professed woman-hater walked
up that samo lano each evening, and walked
into tho houso. too. He was n.t disturbed
again liy Hill lligdy, for the Kqiilru hid
threatened that If he came ivlt':ln gun-shot
of tlio houso again to put a dose of cold lead
into him. So tlio wise but jealous lligdy
Kept out ot the way
nnd habits of Thomas Mumble, merchant.
He lelt ins bachelor clubs, notwithstanding
the jeers nnd taunts of his former compan
ions, nnd he became circumspect In ids re
marks on female character. Tor n num
ber of months ho spent his spare hours
writing to Mary, and choosing appropriate
gilts tor ner, and tor a long tunc tho jioston
nnd 1'. Txprcss considered him one of their
best customers. Unt ere long there was a
brilliant wedding party nt the house ot
squtro uny, nnd r. lost its most cnnrniing
belle, for Miss Guy became Mrs. Hlumble.
A few weeks ngo Mr. and Mrs, Mumble
went down to Hock Cove, nnd visited the
old Mumble homestead. While there
Thomas Hlumble introduced ids wife to
Mr. Jerry Siuikc. nnd Mrs, Tolly Ann and
nnd nil the little Smikes. It would lie Im
possible to tell which arc most contented
with their lot, Thomas or i'olly Ann. One
tiling more nnd I nm done. In answer to
Mumble's advertisement for n chambermaid
who would assist In plain sewing, who do
iiiniK applied tor the situation t on n nev
er gues, so Til tell vou. It was Ilatlle
KitonI Her New York beau had heard of
her ilirtnlions with Mumble, and for that
reason broke Ids engagement with ; and
she, who might have been Mrs. Thomas
Mumble niut be content lo be Mrs. Illiim
ble s servant.
toi'r;s una Sin Wave.
UNN & CRAMTON,
Manufacturers ot all kinds of
TIN W A UK,
and dealers In
PLANISlir.!), BMTAXNIA. .!A1'AJ. (IbAS'l
AND WOODGM VAItEsJ
of every description.
liUOOMf, llltlWIIKS AN'I) HAslCliTSl.
and a jeneral asorlinent ot
MOUSE rUUNlSIIINU GOODS.
1 !l ! C K N T K .
"Oil (,' i: N T R .
Special facilities for Jobbing all kinds of
TIN AN1I llUSd WAIti:.
r?."All kinds of nuiTEK taken In exchange, for
no. ti jtnuciiAXTS' now.
llulland, Vt May 1, 1ST3. myldtf
K M O V A I,
' ' 0 ! C T. X T S .
it rv. n'Tf."
R. n. Stalev. of tlio late linn of Male.v k I.ln-
nlncolt, has removed his business from No. i"
OenlerFt., to No. 12 Meichants' now, wlieio ho
has fanned a Copartnership with Messis. Diiiiu
X l raiOLOu, iiuuei i ue in in name in . u. nuiie.i
.ten. lie will be nlenwd to see all of his old
customers, and as many new on"s as will favor
mm wiiu a can
jgUHNHAM & TEMPMJ'S
IKSUHASC K A 0 1! X C Y
ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY,
A N D O N
II V N T O O N.
lunTroiiD nun insuhance co
IMrKItlAL FlItK l.NSUHANCn CO.,
Wl olrtiiiii' iiinj lieratl I)"al"is !!
IliaJe In '
buys It. i in i
J ) Wanted.-'
. ,M 1'ii'ifliion,
" I- if
I In., !
I ' i .
I.I.. i. 1
Mnp-. i li.ni , I
k unn i.ui' i
II, I., mi' i le
IRON, STKi:r,, NAILS, Ac, &v., &..
CO., N. Y
Assets, $2,MKi,omi oo
I'KANKI.IN INM'ltANCi: COMPANY,
1NS0HANCK CO. f NO. AMntMCA,
spitixorii:!.!) iNsritANCF, co.,
Assets, $1, 000,000.01
I'IKKNIX INS. CO., llAltTl'onn,
NATIONAL FlltU INMJUANCJ2 CO.,
PENNSYLVANIA lNSUItANCE CO.
The abovo strong list of Companies repie
HURNIIA.M A; TKMI'I.K.
Opera House, nri'LANH, VEltMONT.
K U M O N T L I r i:
mi c i:
NO. V-', MKIltllAMH' ltoiv.
m h : v
ROMAN! Y. i
ii - i
ud Lttf r - .
.uili. 'I ii
11. 'Ml' .1 111 pO-V-' , 1
elle n i ' '1 u lnul lii. i
lll'eulli-. Illllt In I. i II
'. A : ' IT bii',1.. A 1 '.
l'lll, . Pill! I'lelplil.i.
( U.W ASSINO Hi i. ii!
p nr. mu lei - i
on I li jU, M 'iIiijiiIi '
III'' I ' 1 1 Ion , I ' I . P I
i . 'ii re "Mlln r li'iiii . i
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1.' ' !).; . ... ' I
IP i . . !"N ! '
I'll I I I. . p I.
r.ii'H i i
: i. t i n ti, ucm o.
I '111 I
I llhe , i
I Of .1 III' '
(i III I, I i
ur.i p.i '
. hmip i!
Wi b-ti i
IlDLi'l - '.
1 'HI'll. ..ill ,' I
I'l lllle ''' I II
'' 111 I'. ' '
. . ii I ;
'i in iMii ,.. .
our p.n lei , ,
HlUtt.il I i,
J1 Id H imu I, I
: ur ii 1: ins i
1 lii'lnlli ;l ..It double l; "
. I'lin; in ,i caliliiel ni.i'i
iwji Mil;; iiji j uui uii'n '
phlitli-it 111 the i-ll'i lll.il
tei ill legitimate ami I
s.1,1 phll.illllll'liple. A. I'l
E.ISl Kill! Street. V u 1
TIMOTHY, CLOVER, AND
NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER,
' I) n V K N T s .
STOVES AND HOT All! FURNACES,
The Stewart and New American cooking
Sieves, for both wood nnd coal, constantly on
hum!. Miinuiiieturers or ami ii"aieisin
COPPEII. TIN AND SHEET IIION WAKE.
T L lT M Ii I N o
A T O I. I O
Is u substitute for Simp for all Household pur-
im-vs I'M-ejii, ivu?iiniK clonics.
S A T (717 I O
fur Cleaning your lluiiw! will sa I he labor of
one cleaner, i.ne li il mill
S Tv" TO LI O
for WlndoiVH Is belter Hum Whltliitf or Water.
.no removing curtains anu carpets.
S A T O L 1 O
cleans Paint and Wood, In fact the entire houso
iieiier inan .soap. :o Mopping, .saves laoor.
jou can i uuoi'ii io no wtinoui u.
NA V U TfT O
for Seoul lug Knlies Is butler and cleaner than
nam niiik. win mil scratch.
"s a p"7"iri (V
Is better than Soap and Sand for pnll.-hli.g 'I in-
wure. i.rignicus wuiiom hcraicning.
la nil Its brunches.
MUS ini'l M llli'J
Hath Tubs, Water Closets
I'lplny, mid Killings of
TIN HOOFIXfj AND ,ltlllllN(i
Of all kinds promptly attended to. None but
skillful and ii'liuhlu wwkmcii employed.
ma. wov.k ii'.tA'.'.t.V'';:!,;
UKiiEMcni:, u noons noktii oi'tiik ni'Kiu iioivi:
T O V E S
S A T O L 1 O
Polishes brass and Copper utensils belli r ili.m
Acid or Oil and Kolleii Stone.
S A T O LI ()
lur Washing Dishes and fllassivaic Is Invalu
able. Cheaper than soap.
S A T O "7, "7 o
removes stains from Maible .Mantle". Tub,
and Statuary, Hum llarillliil-liinl WulK an. I
Hum uiiiiiaaiui I'tucciaiii.
S A T O L I O
removes Mains and (ireu-e finin ( 'ui iiis i.ml
(iiiiui u,t'ii laurie-.
Tln'ie Is no one all Id" known thai will ilu mi
mail Linus oi woik, anil no it ns well, as Ku-
polio, try ir.
INSl I! AN (' T.
OF lU IILI.Nl.'IO.N,
C O M T A N Y.
OlTWl:, 1'KCK MJlt.blSU, cou.lvi: SJ
Incorporated October iiiih, imx
Asccts January 1st, 18711, - i:i!),20s.:w.
surplus incliidlmr canllnl. SI II In assets in
enchil.oil In llahllllics.
surplus cxciustvo ot capital, ii.'it In .isvi . in
Every desirable foini of policy Issued at even
rates ii lib any reliable company, or lower.
AT I.ll'E HATES A Sl'E
pilvlleges sccuitd tn
limn of nnllcv.
1st. The term 111.1J b" lcduccd at any time by
sd. Non-forfelllngoii the paid-up policy plan.
Sit. Non-forfeiting on the "temporary In
siinuico" plan for the full amount of tho policy.
4lli. The accrued value of the policy may be
lecelied at any time alter lle payments have
Mb. The deferred accumulations will be dlil
ded among the s'lnlilng policy holders at ma
ALL POLICIES AHENON-VOIIFEITINO ETON
Eli ry policy holder will have the brnetltsot
his own investments secured lo nun.
Send f .r circulars of i.itcs and plans or call
In nt the ofllco and examine fur yourse lvos.
PATRONIZE HOME INSTITUTIONS !
IIUSSEL S. TAP I', President,
WAltliEN owns Secretarj.
1 ' R A D LE Y'S P 1 1 OS I 1 1 AT IO,
I.ODI MANtTACITIIINn CO.'.-S I'OUDIiEITE
a rt'f.r. i.isr. of
TA'IERS' C DM i
(lltOAMS an II. li
ami perlecl 111 tune el. I In
stnp I , Hie besi el. i i !.! I
pl'inllli I'd b llll evil I '
I. deed, Ihfi'tTei t ol llll . !i
and sou) itliring ii Mil" 'i I
innn Milee Is Slliel 1 1. '! I
A ORl.Vl I
II . . Mat.
II ill ili-l"jSe nl .' .1' J
I i.i in kei, Iin Main
'il. pi I. -s lol i u-ti, , i i
ill sin ill lniiitl hi ,. lie el
lit I I i -s I'lllli.', .11 me ! i 'i
f-;;r. i ,i-h. Organ-,, r.-i hi..'.
Organ-. -1 hlups ?1 I'l ; v
e,il,.ln 'i.es mailed. t :
Icr-, I aiirchi -, , u n s
Si ! I ii i, I'te,
.!.N' 1 - " '.
C II E A P
F O R C A S II
S A T I) I, I O
a new unit wunderrntlv elTeeiin,
euuiii i) ur auuidtl.
S A T O L 1 O
asaiiaitlcloforthe Mat Ii, "reaches
Ihe foiiiidatlou " of all ilht, opens
llio pores and gives u heallliy ae-
inmuiiu ui iijianv lull lu llll SKU1.
CELEIIEATEI) 1'AUMEIiS' AND MECHANICS'
C O O K S T O V E S ,
W ITII ELEVltA'lI'.D OVENS,
aie now being made at the
1" I TTIS I'O 1! I) V It I! N A (.' E.
Also four sizes of
' A U T K I) Jl O X ,S' T O V K H .
These Sieves, belna made or ihn l'lttsford
chaicoal Iron, will out last any othersloves
made, and will b sold as low as .doves made
of Iianli'o.i' Iron. Apply to.
aug.l'd.tm PiiTsioiii), Vr.
LIKE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
HAND S A T O L 1 O
Cleanses and Ileautllles tho Skin.
Instantly remuilm' any stain or
uiemisii irom ooiu nanus and luce.
HAND S A T O I, I ()
li without ailvallu the wuild for
curing or preu'iitlug luilghness
mm cuupping oi inner minus or
HAND S A V OLIO
lemoies Tar, Pitch, Iron or Ink
Slums and (fiease; lor welters In
Machine shops, .Mines, Ac, Is In
valuable, l'ur iniikluir I hit skin
Wldto and Suit, and glWng tu It u
-inuiiiii ui neiuiiy,.' il ts llllsur-
pasieu oy any rueiueile known .
jOOTS AND SHOES.
W. E. nos
lias now In store n full stock of
ROOTS, SHOES AND RUISIIERS,
which ho RC'lllnif nt oxiremely low price.
1 have Just received tlio ajency fur Munson's
nuoxcelled New York shoe?, and shall endeavor
at all times to h.no a full lino of nil widths and
Yours rcipcct fully,
W. E. IiOss,
No. 1, Merchants' How, Itutlaml, Vt.
Oct W diy
JEW LINE OF FALL (JOODS,
RAND S A I
costs to to V
Mill like Ir.
DON'T 1'AIL TO THY THESE (1O0DS,
i cents in-r cake,
lluyltof jour merchant If ho has It or will
procure It ur ou. Il nut, then m i Ho for our
Paiiiplilnl, "All about Sapullo," nnd It will bo
no Pari: Plain, New York,
CONSIST! SO OF
LADIES' AND CENTS'
FINE HOOTS AND SHOES.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
O. w. cniisn.it.
No. c. Mr.iicuis.Ts' How, Ilcri.isn.
II R O K E R ,
it unoMi t-nnwv, xmr yohk.
stocks, OoiiTiilncliUuhiKioiil bought andsrdd
on i uumussiuii,
itr Interest ulloiied on deposits. imol'Jdtf
.f RXS' lv"ll Illld'l'sl U'lir.hi Ktra'L-
lt i. 1 1 ii in I made, f3.wi, at No. 0 Merchants'
Hon. 11. W. cnilllEie.
AXENS' ItUHHEH HOOTS, Nought be
111. fore the lain ile,.i.rfl, at
O. W. CUIIllIEll'S,
No. 0 Men hauls' How,
J and Shue Emjioriiiiii ot
vi-lt the Rout
Tliero was n great reform In tho manner
mill: MACRO COM!!.
Sent bv null lo am olle or SI. will
ihiingo any colored hair lo a pcimuncnt black
or brown and contains no poison. Truilo sup
plied nt low rates. Addeess, .MAORI COMII
in., rpii.igiieiu, .Mass. octiidiiiiv
o. w. crituicii.
No. (i. Merchants' Ituw, Jtutl.mil.
WORD TO THE AVISI.', ETC.
WfRlTE for Large lllti-liuted Piicu
1 T l.lsl. Aimless
OH EAT WESTERN (SUN WORKS,
No. ll'JSinlthllcld Slieel,
Ilreci'h.loadliig Shot duns $ni lo t.ino. iigithie
Shut duns, JS to tlMI. single duns, $a in .j.
Utiles, f Slot's. Itevolieis, (il to ti'.. pistols,
tltots. Hun Material, Pishing Turkic, Uirgo
discount to Dealers or Clubs. Auny duns, ite
oHers, Ac., bought or trailed lor, doods bent
by expicss C. O, D. to bo exumliied belore paid
Inlalldsor Touilsts villi llnd n leiv nleiiRniit
lucutlon, large rooms, ilrhl-clnss table. couit-
eous nttemtuiico and icasomihln pilcns, nt the
iiiiersiiioiioiisn. A'ddrcti A, P, STVI.Es, 1'iop.,
llltlinuii. Hie, i-iu. IKlllllllSlV
Ma. Elinoit A htraliecr came lo Ituttulid a
fmv d.ivs hlm-ii llllh u laru liieiiinramlillii of
doods wanted In I lie 1 oiiso 1 ui nlshliiL' line
He cn ed at our store, made nfew purchases.
and then Mslied several other stores, shortly
after ho called again and said "wherever 1 have
iiecn in impure lor doods the ansMcr was tney
are kepi by
WEEKS it HARDER,
1 limit returned to buy what I want. Wo
would adilse ull Mho are luoKiug lur
II o l' H 11 P U It N I H II I N (1 (I O O li s ,
nnd wuiild save lime and Mine leather, to ilnlsh
uieir meiaorauiiiiiii oeioro leuiiiigiuubioro oi
octUdlt WEEKH & IIAIIIIElt.
rjMIE RASKINS MACHINE CO,,
I'ltchburg, Mass.. Manul's ot
VEltTICAL i IloniZONTAL STEAM ENdtNES
our Combined Engines and Hollers nro mada
In uu.iiitllles and to standard gauges, so that
nil narts are liiterclianeeable. ('mill,, nm witn
greater safety and less oxpenso than uny other
I'tllfiuu iuuuuiui:iuii;u, siU irom I 10 'U UOrbC-
tiower, Waro Itooms, No. 40 t'urtlamlt Htrect,
N. Y. Bend lor circular, Bepwdiviaw
rplIE FALL TERM OF THE HUR
1. ANOTON, VT., SCHOOL
for young ladles, will open on
WEDNESDAY, hEPTEMIIElt lulh.
A limited number of boarders taken Inl mho
iTiucipars iiiiniiy ior inn 5 ear.
For terms apply to tho Principal,
lleferencos President Amrell. Ann Arbor.
Mich.; Pruf. M, Petty, llurllnglon, Vt.; Hov.J.
II, Worcester, D. 1)., Ilurlliigton, Vt. j Chief
.lllCllm. llliip.lll VlMAHhn. S'. . llnn'll A
.......L., ...JU(,,(, (IIUIUUV,, ll 1 IIWU, II, n
Hurl, Hwanton, Vt.
II A R 1! ETT'S
O L D S 'I' O R i;
. i. ci
i'l ; '
y V. SA1T.T M '
. ' 1 01: 1'1 i. -1
Supi 1 lur ste.iiu ii
mm lilieT and dnpn '
sat-', i . .iiiuiuletil, 1 .iil .
todeliiligl'melll. Til It '
bollei li peciill.il Ii . 1 1 '
iilili'' small ii. ". 11
luslri.ti dcbvi l.u-.
1 ENUINE WAII
J sent C. (I. II. 1 In
the tii'l'ld, and Hi" 11 -1
prl. e 11-t nnd Imie-' 1 n
I t l.I.I.I! A IK., 2s 1
(11 1. ur .1
? -ion a v . . 1. 1,
eiiipliiimeiii al hum. .
lal n.ptlrcd; mil n
li." k..ne of guilds -in
mill si cenl leiuiii
K.. lii . nilkh sire. 1.
A d E N l
ui r nlirivjii
V cry lor the linne H' .
of liJieuinutism. Neiil ili,i.i
Pains, .strains, si nr. minis, s
Hons bullions, t aiurili. ie
grease or Main, and 1 ir 1 n t
ecrj runll. Thuiis.i'i ' ,
lu Us great merits, 'in 1'
1 cuts l!El HEN lh i'i 1.1.
strei I, N. Y.
I. I Is I
II ..ml 1
Pi 1 1 1 1 1
No. TJ0 Riioadway, New Yonic,
tins becomo tho most nomilar Life Insurance
compiny In thewoild.
Tnllples nro lsstipd bvthls iocIf tv unon all an-
pi oved forms, besides the
POPUI.AIt TONTINE PLAN.
WCAL AIIVI'OIIV BOAllD OF UEFEnnKCE !
John N. Hatter,
t reiiK, unauee,
Ner. P. Simons.
,Tuhn A. Mead, M.D.,
Col. W.fl. Vea?ej,
Joel M. Haven,
deo. It. liottum,
ctiarlos L. Stlmson",
.luhu W. Cramtun,
.11)1111 j, Mtl'IIIOll,
Nicholas L. Davis.
MASON : VAUOI1N,
OHEEP FOR SALE.
A llock or a.'iO pure Spanish Sheep, of the "Don
Pedro" and "Improved Puuhir" breeds, belong
ing to tho estalo ot tholato Joseph Sheldon of
l'alrliaven. Also C) lino Iambs, vr, curlings, In
lino condition fur slilnnlm.-: ion lino brecdliii'
ewes and K stock bucks. Will be sold altogether
or In lots In suit 1 uslomi rs. For further iurlle-
iiiurs, can ujiuu, ui auniess
S, W. 11AILEY, APM'll.
hepiodlf ralihaveu, Vermont,
S A L E
Tho hubacilliei' has a caiulv uiiniraluscnm.
prising 11 i-oiiiiieiu oiiiui tut- mauuiaciuriug
cuidv. which he 11 ill sell lor less than ene-luilr
Iho original cost, Also, 0110 heavy Truck Wa-
gon, very cheap ; and one pair ot Doublo Won;
ai:o. W. CHAPLIN, Jit.,
e .Merchants' How,
llulland, May lal. myvcdlf,
jiOH S A L E .
My houso on the comer of Main and Washing
ton street wither without tho two houses ad.
Also a desirable garden lot on the soul h end
M A I N S T It E I.' T' ,
containing about lUty choice fruit troels.
M Its, E. W. UUNTOON
Empilie or c. p. Huntoon, at
UNDON A; HTNTOON'S.
l.TOUSi: AND LOT FOR SALE.
Situated on the corner of Pino nnd l'niuth
slieets, Palihaven. VI., fonneily owned by c,
L. llabcock. For terms, Ac., apply In
llEUIIEN' T. ELLIS.
luinuivcn, i, llcl'ji3will
mAUH. Wo sell Dcnnlson'g Tugs to
X Printers and Htatlouers ut liennlson's
tuivrr.i iviiiiiesuiii laiees.
IILOlii: I'APEIt CO.
BOOK HINDINU.-Wo nro now ready
10 rccen 0 orders or all kinds of woi k.
ULUJlli I'AJ'lill w,
fiMIT. 1 11(3 REST MED'.l A I. A! 'I i
J I'llESor Europe s.i.i il run-,
pin liter and Deobsirueni , . 1 . 1 1
.1 1 1! r !' 1
II .ilieel dee iv ..1 e .1 1 , e
tin- in 1 vous system, 1, sP 1. . op-r ' t
Hated blood, it-muv. s ..-1.1 .1 -11
ueis dlrecttv on the 1 In r .'e 1 !- 1
11 bollle. .fllllN If. K I I Lin .1-1 .'
dauber 1 1. 1
:V1 CS. KINGSLEY.
HUII.DElts' AND CA1IINET
Weymouth Finn Finishing and
Nails, Iron, steel, chains,
Steel, Iron, Picks, Ames shovels, masting Pow
der (goi eminent prooO, Fuse, Uarge
Drill 1 lies, steel striking Ham-
mers. Handles, Ac.
MANILLA HOPE AND COHDAdE.
ClltCULAlt AND WOOD SAWS,
P A 1 N T S ,
oils. Varnishes, (Hue, Sand Paper, liuishos, Ac.
OI.ASS AND PUTTY.
A splenillill Ine ot Tablo and Pocket cullejy,
Shi-ii in iind scissors,
F U R N I T U It K .
Parlor Furniture, Center Tables, Mlrrois, Ex
tension Tables, bedsteads, Muttrasses,
ppnug liens, iiureuus unn whuuti,
Manufacturer of black Walnut, Chestnut and
Fainted Chamber Sets,
O A R Fk T S .
Velvet, llnissels, Tapestry, Three Ply and In
grain Carpets, oil Cloths, Ac., Ac.
At L. O. KINOSLEY'S,
ltutland, Juno 1T.1ST3
mo LOOK AliENT.
X are now leaely fui ihe ih..
lly Mark Twain' nnd Ciiaiili K. r '
t rat ed by acuvstcs lion i .
F.VEltYDODY s 1 I' I END,
lly -Insii Uilusqs, lllustrali.lbj Ti.e i
anil .loiqcis Miuinn's greii Murk,
LIFE AMONe, THE 'Olc 1
Nothing need h.' said almur lie
Ever body Knons Hie. uuNill nil " 1
wise ngenls will ui 1 .1. ' .1 . 1 1 1 I', .m I
territory at once m ami i.n ' " 1 1 ' 1 '
CO., Hartford, emu.
GI i -
t iieimaiienlly 1 cauipul
PEAliL'S WHITE l.LYCElir
peneliates Ihe sMn nlih "U Inju.'
llllSINJlS, Preikli., 'l.in. M' Ih-I'.il ' ..
Wot ins, Iinpurlilis ami 11 olui mi"
tvtlllllior lllKin the skin, I' all tig II sin
and pliable; lur 1 happi d li..' N.i.nu n
skin. It Is the besi ilmu' .1 Hie
OUi'llruggl'1i l..r P. 'I si si ii
,1 i,.liiih. I.
UKES ON MiillT. -Last 1 ,1
eoinblnatlun rm 1 .1111.1 sirs, a.. ,
salesmen I IIexiiv w iko 11EI 1 111 11 - 1
netispaiier starts Us Pall i .iinpulen. i-.i n.
scrlln'is a pair of Ihe larg. -1 ai.d nn ' .
graphs tit o musi aiiia.'iiie siii.i. . 1
"Hikes" oil sight pruned In Mis. Ann 1
contrasts und 1. unpaid ui- ,int iih. .
Anake" and "List A-h 1 p. A. 1 ' . 1
liiense success i . allliiiu "insi i,u. 1 .
oITerod canvassers. "U . furiitsh 1 11 1 -and
handsomest uuiili ami puyuii ii .
missions. Euchsulis, 1 it,. 1 , , hi m .
wllhout dehi) two beaiiiuul pa "11 -supply
road fur immediate Uciin 1
per Itst II stands pei rless .imiiiii, i.hi '
ids, being mi pupulnr 1l1.1i ui n s . . 1
the largest 1 lretilatlnii In tlio iinii.l ' I nm
tho.best literary talent. I'dii.n.l I-.'.
great serial stury lsjusi hi" mulii" : 1 " 1-
lers supplied to each siihsi 1 inr. .Mis. m .
loiigexpecU'd seiiuals t.i "Mi Wll'' and I
Ellis In Iho lieu lear. Am niie iiisnn , 1
salary oriui Indi'peiidi m nnjlui -
turi'iri'iiiars ami n 1 ins
York, Huston, eiii.a,
.1. 11. I-. mi .1 1 .
1 1111 inn 11 1 nn
.V mil. AT TsTI R s
AlLW.Vi C (IMP AN"i
SEVEN PF.R CENT. (iOID RUM'S
Cotuwis payable Febrii in and Vigi. ' .
In New oilcor llalllini.ie. Fm'-il. n 1
cent, and nccruisl Inlnvsi in 1 111 n m .
by Plmt Mortgage ; oei 111. d tn I am. 1 1
und Trust Company of Ni nrk,i..i. iin 1
pany's Line, Us Fruiiehis. s, Eipnim n
and Personal Estate, al the rale ,.1 s,' "i
mile on tho lioaii, eMenilb g 11. 1 1 1
e'allettsburg, the lerinlnus uf tie
Ohio lload, 110 nilliw.
doverninenls, Slate, i, Kalli" 1.
other iiiarkelablobeeuiltles luki n in s
at highest market rates, nlthuui 1. ei .
and K. K d.E.lt. bonds turn 111 ded ree.u . ' 11
to purchaser. Paiupldets, Maps and mil
matlon will bo lurnlshoil nn nppllea.1.11
W.M. FISHEIt ,t sons,
South si., Fi
Hankers, Stock and Note Brokers, ami 1. 0
Agents otiho company , donteis in . '
ments and ltullw ay securities In nil tin i '
kets ot the U, H.
-Or to Danks and Bankers mrnnglinni H'
country, " "dl,'liv