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The firm of Pock i Colby, painters,
have dissolved, Mr. Teck pnrchasing the
interest o: Mr. Co'.by and continuing the
El. P. Tjhaoa his siven up hU job aa
nllit watchman at the cab shop, and is
r.ow in the employ of the Union Card
Daniel Catr wishes us to state that Mr
L. L. Xieholas has never been interested in
his establishment, and that he is not now
A committee of members of St. Angus
tine's Church were appointed on Sunday
last to solicit funds to purchase a new
organ for the chart. h.
Tuesday morning there were 210 stu
dents boosed for the fall term of school
at the Verm on-. Methodist Seminary. The
term commenced Monday.
The fall term of the Orleans county
court will bepria Sept. 6th, Judge H. H.
Pjarors p.esiJin. The session promises
to be the longest held tor some time.
There are 123 cises oa the court and 35
on the chancery docket.
WiU'um Cirpenter, general ticket and
passenger agent of the Detroit, Lansing
and Northern railroad, Detroit, Mich.,
accompanied v. i.h his wife and son, paid
his father, Cartis Carpenter, of this plaoe,
a flying visit 1 week.
In Washington county the acroaga of.
corn and py..A-o:5 i- a little larger than it
wa3 last year, an ! both, crops promise
well IVatcfs are be ur than last year
in ijuali'y. Ihe hay crop was of average
si.e and uettef than ordinary quality.
Another temperance meeting of the
series will be he'J under the auspices of
the temperance organizations of Montpe
lier in the chapel of Bethany church
Sunday evening, September 3d, 18-82,
commencing at 7 o'clock r. M. The prin
ciple speaker for the evening is W. W.
Prescott, A. M. lie will be succeeded by
T.ast Saturday morning at abont 1:30
Lane's steam saw mill at MarshfieM was
discovered to be on lire and tvas entirely
consumed together with considerable
stock. The entire loss amounts to about
SJ.'); insured in Brown's agency for
$2.-) The tl.-e is supposel tabs incend
iary and is the thirJ time the Lanes hava
lost the,':: mills by fire in the past two
Walter A. Shaw, son of George S. Shaw
of St. Johnsbury. and for the past six
years a member of the Arm of Shaw &
Co , insurance agents, left home recently
and has not been heard from since. It is
now reported that he is a defaulter, but to
what amount is unknown. It was stated
in some papers that the Farmer Mutual
of this village wrvs a loser by him, but we
are informed that the company is abund
Committees will be appointed this week
by the Sunday schools to solicit entertain
ment for the state Sunday school conven
tion to meet here September 13th and
1 4th. We are expecting a very profitable
time. Prominent Sunday school workers
will be here from all over thestate.besides
Dr. J. H. Vincent, who is a hast in him
self. His lec'ure, probably in Trinity
church. Thursdayevening.September 14tb,
will be of great interest.
Cotton on- Firs About midnight oa
SaturJay, a carioid o;' cotton en route to
Winons'ii was discovered, at Waterbury,
io he .in fire. Tfle alarm was sounded by
the : ;omo'ive. and in a short lime there
Ip enough on hand to pall the
Mrnxj cotton from the car. Xeariy
every bale was scorched to some extent,
while some of the cotton was badly burned.
The car was somewhat damaged. The
lire originated, it is supposed, from loco
The Railroad Litt.-.ation. An ad
j mrne.l hearing before Judge Royce on
the petition of he Central Vermont rail
read company, receivers and managers,
praying fur ilie appointment of special
masters to audit theaccouts of the petinon
trs as receivers atd managers from Ju!vl,
173. was held at St Albans, Friday, and
resulted in U. appinttueot of the follow
ing gentlemen a. sp. ci,l masters : J. M.
Ty'er of Brattlety r ,. W. P. Dillingham
of WVerbury. and W. Waiker of Lud
low. Tlw oyste' se ,5.5a commences on Fri
day. Septeiub-r 1 the date being fixed
by the old time tradition which holds that
oysters should not h eaten in any month
the name of which dxM not contain the
letter r". S-jaie of the dealers say that
many people are so "notional" and su
lr.stitions alu-jt this old tradition that
ihey will not partako of oysters on the
la-t day of August, b it freely eat them
cn tho following day. And yet the oyster
tr ue is ni jcii larger m the spring and
summer months than the public generally
sopposo. The busiest months in the tride
are September, O.-tober, November and
-on at Capitol Hall revising the check
, , ,111" funeral cf Zlpha Collin, t.-
Cttai-to E. A uot retqnd on Sitardiv . v. ii. A. Wilt r'. ht Sit... v. 8a-
from three weeks" trip to Xiw York c.ly'died in Waterburr.
and Saratoga. Tof Rabio Wilber's cilT biraers,
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i principal of liarre aca.leniy vice Arltiar
I 1 " Ui,B,w r"rM''
are making arrsn2fu?Qts fir serem! es-
: rnrtinni in tha naif fnfnrA
Any callers, socially or en btisiness, will
I unil Rev. and Mrs D. E. Miller now locat
at Jlr. Morton Marvin's on Seminar?
Ui::, barioz remoTvJ thi wwk from Mr
Goia. J..eob s on Main s ruet.
Buaju'okd Kev. T. P. Frost ao.1 ev
era! o! his parishioners from Bradford and
Fairlee attended camp meeting at Clare
mont. X. H., las: week. They report
Miss Sasie, eldest daughter of the lito
Dr. Doty, is qnite sick with diphtheria.
Waiter, son of A. Osborne, leaves this
("t uesday) morningfor Dartmouth College.
Charlie, eldest son of Gov. Farnham,
leaves for the Vermont University, Bjr
lington. These young men will both
make a mark in the world that the younger
may well pattern after.
Henry C. Jones and family leave in a
few days for Florida, where they intenl to
engage in orange culture.
B. M. Wild leaves this week for Tast
ford. A Mr. Paine, from Concord, N. H.,
has been looking over his stock of goods
with a view of purchasing tbe drugs and
Prof. Camming is again ai his post at
Bradford Academy, with a f,td prospect
of a large school.
The political pot is at bailing hest in
Bradford. The democrats, if united, havo
a large majority of the voters, yet there
seems to be a great deal of doubt about
their uniting upon any man that will draw
the strength of the party. There seems to
be two rings in the party, and unless they
can unite upon some men no', connected
with either ring the prospect is Bradford
will not be rupresented at the coming
legislature. The republicans are very
quiet, not expecting to elect a man, but
rather eDj'oy the strife going on in the
opposing party. One week more and
then we shall enjoy a little more quiet,
and the men who have spent all their time
in electioneering will resume their usual
Co. "G," Vermont militia, Capt. John
H. Watson commanding, have left for
Brandon to participate in the annual
Chelsea. B.F. Dickinson has returned
from Saratoga Springs.
We noticed Judge Chapman and A. X.
King of Tuabridge on the street Aug. 20.
P. M. Hunt and O. Bixby are busy
taking off the farmers surplus of fat hogs
Miss Susau S pire is receiving a visit
from her niece, MissMiyA. Bjrdit of
P.ev. Dr. A. Webster's risidence is at
Orangeburgh, S. C, aa I not at Atlanta as
stated last week .
A good number of our people went oa
the excursion to Lake Memphremagoi
Friday, 4ag. ioth.
Xj preachia-services were held at the
Methodist churches in town last Sabbath,
the pastors being absent.
P.ev. Mr. Athertoa of Orange preached
at the Congregational church last Sabbath
on an exchange with the pastor.
The lovers of ice cream will be able to
find it at Barnes' grocery store oa Wednes
day and Saturday evenings.
P'-of. W. H. E. Cummings has returned
to Bradford preparatory to opening the
fall term of the academy in that place.
A yoke of young oxen that W. S. Bus
sell was driving recently became unman
ageable and run over him injuring him
Cashier Clark's family have gone to St.
Johnsbury, wh-ro they will remiin until
he returns from his tour in the western
Ice cream festivals are ail the rage now.
The last one was held by the ladies of the
Congregational church at their church
parlors August iod.
II. L. Bixby was at his old stand in his
photograph rooms last Tnnrsday, having
returned from his vacation and his trip to
the Adirondack mountains.
Joseph Smith cf Xew Orleans, an uncle
of Dr. . li. Suith of this village, and
Col. Gellespie, also ot Xew Orleans, were
the guests of the doctor last week.
A little boy about six years old, by the
name of Folsom, living with Mrs. Calvin
X. Andrus, broke one of the bones of h!i
ankle a few days age while driving sheep.
The republican caucus for the nomina
tion of a representative and justices of
the poaee will bs held at 'the towa hall on
Saturday. Sept. 2, 1M2, at i o'clock P. si.
Dr. Walter Gustia, who has been twice
in an insane asylum, has become so much
more deranged that arrangements are
being made to return him to Brauleboro
Mr. Ephraitn Hitch leaves this week
for his home in California. He has a
farm there from which he raises from
20,000 to 40,000 bushels of wheat annually,
worth now $1.00 per bushel.
Ex-Lieutenant Gov. Hinckley and J. B.
AtwooJ have returned from Saratoga
Springs. Mr. Hinckley wea: immediately
to Thetford to visit his sick and'aed
ftther, who is reported near his end.
The village of Chelsei is vary centrally
located, being 11 miles from South Royal-
ton, 15 miles fro a West Randolph, 16
miles from B irre and 22 miles from Brad
fordall important poin's oa rail roads.
Orange county domocratic convention
was hold in this town August 23. The
convention was called to order by E. R
Hyde, chairman of tho county committee.
A. M. Dickey was eleete 1 chairman and
addressed tho convention on taking the
chair. The convention was also addressed
by J oseph Worthen of Kansas City. Mo.
A county ticket was pot in nomination as
follows: For senators. W. B. Vial, H. II.
Gillctt; for assistant jadgns, Vf. II. H.
Hall, J. (i. Eastman; sheriff, L. R
M'Daffee; high bailiff, Goo. R. Comstock;
state's attorney, Geo. II. Dickey; probate
judges. Randolph district, P. P. Perrin;
Bradford district, C. D. Leslie.
East Cahis. There is to bo a basket
picnic in W. C. reek's grove Friday,
September 8th. The entertainment con-
sists of singing, speaking, and dancing in
the barn in the evening. Every body Is
W. V. Peck is building a covering over
the driveway to his new barn, and Almon
Gurnsey is making some general repairs '
I as pood u new.
I WMM .wl U I ... T l . 1
. . i . utaw. wer rotiiiieii. .
V1'S ' "r 'o's? elsesrhere.
! NOCTHFlELn -TV- a'.taJa3- the
-aP tIK here on Sandav ,,u.te
.. waiter Dole, of EnQcIJ. X.
; prechej at the I'nirersaiist churcli
' lie fill tr n of Xirtha-.-!.! GraJeil
! 'School bcjins Seute-nSor l Prr.r V il
principal, witu full board of teachers.
, iun auend inee i, expected.
Republican ctacas lor n omination of
candidate for town representative and
j-.,.. ("--'re was i,eiu lues-lay even -
ing at V illago Hall, at 7 p. if.
Miss Flora H. Averill, reader, is to take
part in the exercises to be held at Fair
Mount farm (Edmund Andrews, Berlin.)
oa Wednesday of this week.
The republican caucus Tues i ly evening
nominated Frank Plumley for representa
tive. For justices : J. K. F.gerton. 1). T.
Averill. Almon Leatham, Geo. B. Loomis,
Thos. Slade, J. A. Holton, A. F. Andrews,
Charles Dale, James Morse, M. Cobleigh.
Willie McDonald of Moretown was
arrested by Dept. Shernff Home Saturday
evening for disturbing the camp meeting,
and taken before Justice Averill. when he
pleaded guilty, and was fiaei $5.00 and
costs amounting to $12.19.
On Sunday a great number attended the
Central ermont camp meeting, the
largest number that were ever on the
grounds. The best order was maintained
during the day and through ths meeting
except Saturday night, when some row
dies made some disturbance, which result
ed in several arrests of disorderly persons.
Our fire department forces were rallied
abont noon last week Friday, the occasion
being the starting of a fire in the inside of
the roof of the main building of the Ely
foundry works. Their services were not
required, however, as the "backet brig,
ado'' succeeded in subduing the flames
before their arrival.
A Troy minister yesterday took for his
text the first murder mentioned in th
Bible. One of the congregation remarked
in commenting upon the sermon and the
preacher, " Raised Cain, but preached an
Aoei (discourse. Irrj Times, August
It appears that Gen. Bureside died in
poverty. He did not leave money enough
to pay nis aeo-s. ah ne possessed, even
his jewelry and military accoutrement
including a S3900 sword, presented by the
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a.aiB ui n juue laiaaa, are covered by mort
The national woman suffrage associa
tion uoius its annual convention at Omaha,
Xebraska, September 20th, 27th. 28th.
The speakers will be Miss Photbe M. Cos.
ens, Mrs. Wright Sewall, Mrs. Elizabeth
Boynton Harbert, Miss Matilda Hiniman,
Miss Rachel G. Foster, Mrs. Ala M.
Rittenhender, Mrs. Clara B. Colby, Sjsan
B. Anthony and others.
Misplaced and un&illed for confidences.
Festive Host (who has been told by his
wife to make himself agreeable) Uncom
monly slow, ain't it Sir Pompey? Fact
is, my wife thought it would be rather fun
to ask all the bores who've asked us, and
get 'em to meet each other, and pay them
oS in that way, you know! And she did,
by Jove! An I the best of it is they've
all come!" LonJo'i Punc.
Arabi Bey was visiting his picket lin&a
one evening when ho espied tbroah a
field glass a party of Highlanders deploy
ing in the distance. "Allan-me-goozle!"
he exclaimed. "What's that?'' A French
officer, acting as his aid, informed him
that they were a detachment of the enemy 's
troops. "Thanks be to the prophet, we
shall succeed," cried the Egyptian leader.
"England is too poor to furnish breeches
for the soldiers.'' Brooklyn Ei'f.'..
Sydney Smith's soa had not his lather's
wit, but he could " talk horse " and noth
mg else. Seated at dinner with the
archbishop of York one day, he groped
nervously about for a suitable topic for
conversation and finally astonished the
dignified primate by asking, How long
uo you mins it tooa -Neoueuaunezzar to
j get luiu ltjujiuuu aaiu niter un mm out
at grass.- aius was wortuy ol Kentucky
Atoe Buioru, wno is laboring bar 1 to
harmonize church and turf.
estern Texas ha, b en afflicted with
a tremendous storm, the result of which
is the loss of nearly one hundr ed human
lives, thousands of heal of stock and
vast amounts cf property generally. The
most seriously inund ited region is in the
sparsely settle! frontier, without railroad
facilities and penetrated bv onlv the
government military telegraph line. The
towns of Saa Angle ahd Ben Ficklin
have been almost entirely swept awty and
the settlements surrounding theia "have
It is annoancei from Washington that
Gen. Willia n T. Sherman will ask to be
placed on the retired list of the army in
Xovember, 13S3. Ho would be retired
under the army compulsory ac: in Feb
ruary 8. 1?S!, at which date he will be
sierty-four years of age. General Sherman
says that he had made up bis mind to
retire in the fall of next year, instead of
waiting for the enforcement of the law, so
as to give his successor io command of
the army. Lieutenant General Sheridan.
an opportunity of expressing to the next
Congress such views its be may have look
ing to the best interests of the service.
General Sherman's heal is level, as usual.
It may be said in general terms that
150 pensioners are added to the list daiiy.
The avera;re amount paid to each success
ful claimant underthe arrears act is $1200.
Supposing the ofhee to adjudicate 150
claims a dav, therefore we should have
a daily drain of $180,000. or slightly over
1,000,000 a week. This would eat up an
appropriation of $50,000,000 in a year.
When the additional forco of clerks gets
fairly at work, however, the oflioe expects
to adjudicate nearly or quite twice as
many claims per day as at present. Hence
it will be seen that tho appropriation of
one hundred millions Is none to large to
meet the activities of tho bureau. H'uA
The ' Alabama Xegro Conspiracy ''
turns oat to be an old story of tho " the
wolf and the lamb " in a new form. Tbe
tuogrocs of Choctaw county have been
making an Interest in politics, and the
Bourbons are. in danger ol losing a con-
! ffresional ditric' if lhsy ? '2 lhe P0"-
iTt - m ru ma that n a nrfWa I nrr .wit I tra w
The policy that bas proved effective in
Mississippi. Louisiana aau aouia Caroli
na, of killing their leaders, has been
adopted to frighten them. Jack Turner
was the first victim of the campaign. To
excuse the killing the story of a negro
conspiracy was sent north, but nobody
believe it The democrats know very
well what it means, but keep sileut, con
senting to anything that promises advan
tage to their parly. The rebablicans, who
bad hoped that tec era of sectional politics
bad been brought to an end by the deter
mination of southern democrats to per
tuit the negroes to enjoy their political
fear that it will bo followed by another
evidence that the public sentlmeni of Ala
bama Is not yet educated up to the point
of permitting that "free ballot and honest
eonnt ot votes wnicu iue country uo-
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w,pu,a"' rT,',9M or "'' ' or
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Hoii nuiera will no! cure f
ab u'. pr itiibiiion in several weterr. tte3,
..... !lliVfy,':i", " I- ,a h been aM on I bat lne in the
lor tti Ii-ihtv- reu. w.n ieit iicnni.i ci.t. ' X'-. pt in Penn-y'.v inia. There is
I have taM 01 Hop Lii.er oi btrc i'ie.1 it. Mm fnrt in ihe Keystone .-Ue tn bricj the
hve uteil f.Ntr tout ac i it t ! ne mure ; m:tf t-r into prominence this fall, an J the
jitnniluie.oc:r an-i jkIv v, u.at ih. p,e., r..-t- i-t tn new uc s. rv. j s a
':ultafeooriUio. I m o4.1 in I (r Im! . frch .-ttiui iicatiou. Tbc msni2er i.I the
ie4 to ule-s roa f r u -h
i.f your n; ii ire
and f;oa Ument of tne do.:;or. i bire had fle,
d.vtor a: me. Otioa.iv,; m-e -crei ouq.-c f -o!. -I.
.n of arsenic ; mower too. four quart ot le-i
from me. All taey co.i'd U.1I tr -jm! u wa rk.o
f eictaeM. Now,
altc tries Mir iul-; ut o..r
medicine, mj skin -a trcP,
clean ari l smo-v.ri n
1 At Soma Hero,
Aj;.2. Uatler ao1 1 tt fro.n I'! t
DELICATE I EUA1.ES.
The exactions of society, added to the circs o:
matercilT an 1 U.e toaaenol-1. Qare le-ted Ikvoc -endurance
:be frail constitution wiii.-o bive been
granted tae majority of w:men. To comljat ir,:s
ton lency to prenature decline, oo remedy io t:.c
world possesse-s -.tie aouri?hin$ an I itrc2;.t;er.ir j
properties of MALT BITTERS. Taey enrich t.-.e
-olood, perfect digestion, siiaiula-.e ue l;rtr as 1
kidneys, arrest ulcerative weakness??, an 1 furi.y
and vitalize every function of llz fc-.iule ?7tcrn.
Tae UanJoIpc normal school oprr.cl it fall term
with an attendance of 1"-, anl more stra lily
Piiiladeiubia, March 1, lwl. Uears. Ely Bro.,
Druijists. Oire!0, S. Y.-UI-rs:-Aooui Oct. 1,
l-?o, 1 gave yonr Cream Balm a trial with the most
satisfactory results. 1 was troubled with Chronic
C uarrn an 1 suhertnj in my head, was very deaf
at times anl hid discharge from my cars, teesi les
beto? unahle to breathe tnroajh my nose; before
the second uotllc of your rem My was exhausted 1
was cured and to-day enjoy sound health for wh xh
please aeceot my sincere thanks. C.-T. Coreix,
cit'oesinui street. FieiJ Minaer, Philadelphia
I have sold many bottles of E'y'j Cream Balm
luring the past year, and hear from various ones
who have used it, the most satisfactory reiorts of
us crriajveeffseu as a remMy for Catarrh, Hay
Fever and Deafne. I would pronounce it saper.
lor to all others. C. it. Peck, Dructiit, Pots Ian
X. Y. Die. IT, 1)
Price SO cent-.. j rj
Mrs.Chauncey Catlerof O.ansje was s;iot m tae
foot, recently, by the aco.deatal discharge ot a i.in.
Wuese Appetite's nerce raging Ore
Tends human miserylto promote
An l burning fluids feed desire.
Poured down tae incandescent throat;
Then Saxfokd's Gisgek quells ttio blaze.
And craving appetite allays. fmlail
Mrs. Bteuben Wakefield of (Vest Randolph, a;ed
ft years, was thrown from aearriage and seriously
njarel- She lies in a serioat eon litioa an I it is
eared she can not ret irsr.
Pebcvux Srarp cures lovspepsia, lienerai
Debility, Liver Complaint, Boils. Humors, Cbronj:
Diarrhea, Nervous AXections, Female Complaints,
and alt dtseases ori; sating in a bad slate of the
Mrs. Alfred Ilillof tVallingford has a Seabright,
IT years oM. She is so feeble she can't s-iraico
without falling over, and has beeu unable to reach
tae roost for three years. Last year she htched
oue chicken and this year she failed to bring aay
from 11 e-gs, but they keep ber for tbe good she
has 1-one, In lb; way of aloptinj orphin chickens
IMS LAST DOSK.
aid a suffirer from kidney troubles, when a;kel
to try Ki Iney.lVort. "I'll try it but it will be my
last dose." The man got well, and is now recom.
mending the remedy to all.
Woen derangement of the st-omach acts upon the
k: Ineys an 1 liver bringing disease an 1 pom. Kidney-Wort
is tbe true remely. It removes the cause
and cures the disease. Liquid very concentrated"
or dry act equally efficiently. American Cultiva
The Ho'.n anniversary of tho Shiron Conrreza.
icnal cnarcn will be celebrate 1 ia a Citing
minncr, Sun lay, Septcraioer 1).
a g-ol raelicinal tonic, with re al merit, is
Broxu's Iron Bitters, so all druggists iav. "'.vl
In Vet llartUni, the othir diy, a 1 ran on m in
collected bis w.fe's clothing and set tire to if, an 1
Men left tae house, looking tbe doors behind bun.
r'ortuna'.eiy the are wis seen by the neihors ar.d
extmgu is hod.
Care-worn person, stuleLts, weak anl ove--worked
mothers will un-1 in Brown's Iron flitters i
complete tonic, war a gives strength an 1 lone to
the whole sys era. i)vl
'tVaite y.a-k'ierres-' have ben prolo.-e! la
Uirtlial this season.
Wheat Bitters is a genuine rhamiiceutlctl pre
paration ..n l so recognized by the profession.
O. Wescott and Willie Perkins of Hub
bardton killed a rattlesnake last week.
This was the first rattlesnake killed in
town for a quarter of a century. It was
found in the wcodshed of Mr. 'Worvl, and
was quite an ugly fellaw to handle. The
snake showed fight, and things were lively
for a few minutes.
CoQst.'.utional skin diseases of a scorbutic char
acter are successfully treated wiui Dr. Benson's
Skiu Cure, internal and external treatment, both
pleasart. It certl'nly removes scrofula, eruptions,
dindruffand taa aai mikes the skin smooth and
In England, military drill is systematic
ally taught to the boys attending 1,172
day schools; cookery is taught in oli
schools; in 1.187, savings banks have been
establisned, an.1 school libraries in 2 382.
The celebrated Vege-a lie Compoji 1 for leaiaies
which, mttnin a few years, has male the name ol
Lydia E. Piakham known in every part ef the civi
lized world, relieves sulci .ug by the safe and sure
method of equaliz-ng the vital forces and thus regu
lating the organic functions. It is only by such a
method that disease is ever arrested and removed.
"Tne Pearl Princess" is the iatest title
given to the new Gilbert and Sullivan
operetta, and it is now announced that the
work will be brouf-nt out simultaneously
at London, Boston, Xew Vork and Phila
Arsenic and quin.ne are not desirable comtaoji-
ties to carry about Io one's system, and It is to be
hoped that the poisonous ague tene-l.es bare had
their day. Ayer's Ague Cure is a snre antidote for
tie Ague, and all malarial levers, and is perfectly
harmless, leaving the system in as good condition
before toe disease was contracted. i5wl
At Montreal, a thief went into the hall
of a hotel while the boarders were at
sapper and gathered up all the bats. He
was making bis way out, when a boarder.
a little behind time, came in nnd asked
him what be was about. "Oh," says the
thief, "I'm taking tbe sentlemen's hats
around to Leary's to get smoothed,"
Well," replied the boarder, "take my hat
too." "Certainly, sir, said the accom
modating thief, and vanished. Hold Hail.
As a sure remedy for Sick Headache, Sour Stom
ach. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation, Torpid
Liver, litlionsness Ac, no medicine is equal to
Dr. Baxter s Mandrake Bitters. X. Id. Downs'
Elixir Is the oldest and best cough remedy in exis
tence, Broises, scalds, burns, sprains, cuts, 4c
either on man or beast, are specMy eosred ly u,3
nse of Henry -Johnson's Arnica and Oil Liniment
Tue Xew Geography How many
farms aro there in the United Slates?
How many dwellings ih the city and
W hich state has the most farms, and how
many? lllionis, wttn L'oo.711.
What is the total number of farm ani
What do they comprise, and the num
ber of each? swine. 47,63,951 ; shorn
sheep, 35,191,656; milch cows 12,413,952;
working oxen, a'Jji.tf . u; otner cattle. 22,.
488 590; horses, 10,357,981; mules and
Which state has tbe largest number of
swine, and how many? Iowa, with 6,031,
Which state has the largest number of
railcb cows, sad bow tnanv? Xew Vork
Which state has tbe most shocpand haw j
many? Ohio, with 4,902'4;6. !
Whieh r hi-i thA mmt wnrL-inis rtvon 1
i.aicu Bta.e nas tue most workine oxnn i
and how many? Texas with 90,603. i
art,iAw .Ms,.. is.- .. .1. ..ln !
Which state has the most "other cattle ;
and bow many? lexas, with 3,387,9"7.
Vfhicn state has toe most horses, and
bow many? Illinois, with l,023,i82
A U-..:vn boy wrote a co2ipoitioa on
'U- .qI j vl 0f ifS (jjakers. whom h
-. iii..t :u a jot wijo ner-r "j urreied.
r.nir iuIj a ah;. nevi-r clard tacli
"liir. ar.il Li-Tirjcl baiK. The produc-li-m
oo'uin-l a po'x ript in thoe word-:
Pa' a (j jakrr, bat Ma i-L-t."
AltLcujb itere U a great deal of ta'.k
, ( r-l::bitinn interest sr.? seeking to tinJ cut
h.iw ci.rdiftti-4 for the legislature would
stand on a bill givins the pecplo the right
to vo'o iin lhe main qiestion. It is found,
s u:er.t to the surprise of the public,
tint "iii' oa'i.lidatts who have been
appiu-ichrd aie ready to viti in tLc
affirm itive n the measure suggested.
Ine latist democratic Invention for
secu.in a democratic majority, in spite of
adverc republican ballots, comes from
Louisiana, and rather goes ahead of the
S .uth Carolina tissue ballot plan, or the
Miss ssippi counting method. It is in the
'! oi a state law governing elections.
and the little democratic joker in it is this:
i. piovme- mat no lanot snail te received
or counted unless printed on paper of a pe
culiar quality, "tint and thickness, to be fi;r-
n sbtd toy the secretary of state, after due
form df nnrl cation. The secre arv, te nz a
dnuticrat. is. of course.expected to see to it
ti.at nonody gets the regulation paper for
b-U ots except those who will use it for the
ovncdt of democratic candidates. The de-
vtce is at ou.ee simple and cfitctive.
Keeiy motor stock, lony declining and
a. most down to the zero mark will take
new life fion the report of Mr. Boekel.
who was agreed upon by the Keely motor
eompitiy, and the alleged inventor, John
W. Keely, to receive the motor man's
secrets The report has just loeen filed,
and in it Mr. Boekel distincly states that
Keeiy has discovered a new force or mo
tive power, and that "the force of
substance evolved by him through the
instrumentality of his structure, designed
by him nnder the various nonmenclature
of vaporic force, therielforce, and approxi
mate designations, possesses properties
peculiar to iUelf. and wholly phenomenal
n character, differing essentially in many
parts from those of compressed air or other
gases, and requiring special machinery
tor its proper utilizttlon." While Mr.
Keely, in the opinion of Boehel, has so
far perfected its' invention as to entitle
him to letters patent, yet Mr. Boekel does
not ypt "possess that intimate degree of
Knowledge to the entire subject to make
it expedient, in his judjment, to recom
mend that the court should now order
such application to be made."
letter t Bcalled rr at Hontpeller, Vt. P
UIBce, .. -o, SSi.
1"" To obtain taeie letters persons mu.: .-ire the
L.dix. alias ElU Bon: ;l Mrs. F. O. Kimball,
Mrs. Lnclnda C. Wist
Gestlihis.-Louj Bolsvert, Horatio Carte.-, 7 Ed-
ar Dickson, Joseph Qarcon, B. A. HlskiU.C SI. Stir
an. t C Poilird. M. F. Tooxtsr.
MAR Rl AGES.
In .S'r-liSeld. An.rni ivi, at the rw!dec. f u
Tv?i'?t rVf-?V P" Mich., and LCCY A.
i-eiens. by Rr. 1 M.-D-jraM. astistM by Rev. Mr.
p,'r,.rv?ti,wU-I-!AH 1 '-'t-trtof Montgomery and
Jiss ALICE SIEVESS of Craftsbury. " "'"J
-V,.PBTrll,ta uib' R,T- M.-n-msM. Mr.
. :i Ull.t- oht.t..',3i Miss a.NSIE MIl.Ll-V. bum
In ninvin. 'i-it
OLlVKfi K It--
by Rev. 3. McDonald, Mr
-I-Ahl.Mia M Ht st of Dsnvili-
joausoury anl i;st-
i.. .'--i'Jti. a i. i,. . i r- i i w ;i nr.iuis
BICIUBb ibd Miss MARY ALltXlM.fca. both if
In S.--nhaeM. Aorttt li, BETrsT
w--l $1 years
i y-lii IWn.-rvtl AV!-j,-3,-r.
A LADY SAID
y '. cmc
ut Sly Ei:uses. '
Piobabiy two-thirds of tho ladies in
society and homes of our land are afflicted
with ?kin diseases of various kinds, to do
away with which, if it could be done
without injury, would be the hfDDiest
even: of their lives. Then she would have
instead of a dishgured and marred counte
nance, one that won'd be handsome, or at
least good-looking, for any one with a
clear f are skin, no matter what the cut of
her features are, has a certain amount of
oo-M io-eks which attract everybody. As
it is now, she Imagines everyone sees and
talks abcut "those freckles," "those
horrid pimples,' and other blemishes with
which she is afll'.cted, and this is true of
To improve this appearance great risks
are taken: arsenic.mereury, or high sound
titled r.atnej arLjcles containing these
death-d. nlirg drugs, are taken in hopes
of getting rid cf all these troubles. In
tnary ca-es death is the result. Xo ailevia
tion of the burning, beating, itching and
ir.flitijruation is given. All troubled with
Eczema (silt rheum), Tetters, Humors.
Inflammation, Roogh Scaly Eruptions of
any Kind, Uiseases ol tne Hair, and Scalp,
Scrcfula. Ulcers, Pimples or Tender Itch
ing? on any part of tbe body, should know
that there is hope for them in a sure per
fect and elegant remedy, known as " Dr.
C. W. Benson's Skin Cure.'' It makes
the skin white, soft and smooth, removes
tan and freckles, and is the best toilet
dressing in the world. It is elegantly put
up. two bottles in one package, consisting
of both internal and external treatment!
Our readers should be sure to get this and
not some old remedy resuscitated on the
success of Dr. Benson's, and now adver
tised as " The Great Skin Cure." There is
only one, it bears the Doctor's picture
and is for s ile by all druggists. $1 per
HAS loFTES BEES MA lot
by tlj discovery of som nw tnin. bat no-ihli- his
irr s:o..-t tb- trst like Dr. C. W.BesuL's Celer ai.i
e'LiiL' mile tnl:s.
They really do cire i:--k beaisch. cerv:as bil.
ache. nearsvia, nrvoisaes. sieplesauesj. iadi--u-'-o.
paralysis nd melancholy.
Price cents i-er box, two I-r SI, six f.-.r ie io by
ni.ii!. r-'su- Irei.-Dr. c vv Benson, fcaltiuure. Md
.s.)M t;y ill nrv..-iiu.
N Cri'teut' n , Oev S'rx is w!:olesa;a went for
Dr. C W. U.-LS-5L' rcuiedies.
At this office; apply to or address, str.tine
qualification and terms.
II. It. M HEEI.OCK,
TL i - is t- .-ertlfy that I have tbis day fiven my i-n
Faur- E. Mitts, bis time durlns- the remainder of bis
tnincnty. in 1 I shall claim ncne of his earnings nor
n ay any .'.-'its of hsc-ntracticf after this date.
tons a siiles.
NTl'VlCW i hereby iven that irp!.itt.5B
V ' X 1 V I J will be made to the Letnslitnre -d
Verrjont it tbe r.ext session thereof, for an act bv
--rprit;ni at SirlcrfS Bank, or Savtn.-s Bink and
Trust Comrany. to be located in Montpelier. Vermont
tU 1 JOHN R. LANr.DON.
irrrifc nntpH rns I it-pc
n3vitu' riuuitii ,. uni,j
rhm I.iuaiIl;, " Krra Plotier Hrtm tn Kbile
M -." in l 4iri,& Arrt?i rril1. " From Loir '
to v uifA u v " i:i'::ntwi with fiQ trl c-r
iuw. H an emint-DI :rbr. AI', f t tb- OSI.V
urve tnl i.ir.riit of i-rTlr4 SuJ for vtr:ui
m nm bill pt'Biieiw w, imt, r:.
BEX BATCilELUER'S ESTATE.
The tin ierined, havlna- bn apr Inted by the
H u 'rai :e Prolate it-nirt for the District of Wa.hms-.
ton. Cm-nust'-,ner.to receive, exam Ine and adl ast all
,-lsni ar.-t demur.. Is of all rr-cs against the estate
of L; .-n hati-h-t-l. r. late of Il-r!tn, in said District
.1 u .1 .ihlhltnl In t u, ,t,n..n
rt.ViV nticthit w win meet r r the pxtrtvm
i.r-vi4.' 'i tueiW dr cf spte-oi.r. io. cd
--'t d lT ,lf l-riaryA.D.,l-Ki.next,trjm 1 o'cWkr.ii,
, ,v;,v., P M',"ea, 0 0f said dav. and that su
'''' th m day f aaast, a. d. ia. i,
1C imm limited by aaid Coort for said erditors
.,, i-wot tt,-ir claims to us lot ximinatkB nd
Dated st Be-'.io. IjlsJJtb 4rof Autrnst. A. D , 10.
t wr.i. c rr ikKTnv
H E TxUI.tro.N
Comrtu si loners.
Tens to-l-r r.-vr' van-., s -iml of rt"-sxr-t-j-L
and t. ..rt..mes-. V . r. j--..
:..e . ri.-i-v k:i. 1.. a:, i ,-ii.r:-- i :d in crt-:i
:t -a w-.tt. iLi.- vil- of l ,fc.-;rt .,rvi.
.-!; cr ih sioii- p. N ; ,y M
li. T..:. Ll5U , r . j. lc j.,l. v.-....:.. . v
WILL CERTAiNLY CURE
CougH Colds, Eoan;ess, Sore
Throat, Bronchitis, Inirierja, Asth
na, trTlioopiiig Cough, Croup, and
every Affection of the Ihroat,
Lungs artd Chest, iacluding Con.
traraption. Sold by all Druggists.
Ttvo B-,:tl Cured Me.
.-11. r..iS.:- .-. Cat.. May S, last.
H.K.rtvzx. B --,,. Mass : Lear s-.r,-I was
ilad w;u 1 c t aisarrao.e Ka-c f ir several
nioLU-s. rvsioiaus e:n.-i-zaij.e to trli me what it
was. t- Maxwe.1. Dr. Mctji. Df Hale and - taer
......u-j.u,u,,ii.L.Ulij .-i:y 1 rscriwi ror rue.
s-i-me a.iie :-. er..- 1U.-L. s-.a.- Ere in. s,iae Poison
ink. 1&4 others Ml: rtiun.. bit a.l failed too s-tr
lief, aad I ioi,u,d s. l.s-1 t:.a: I e nd no: sleep
attend to business. Tw- bott.es :f Vs-,Et:v Lav.
cured use. and I cnsrt-i.:y r. .;ii.eLj it as tU M
Pi'.: i C ,. ji B. K-i. a.cd:.iae.-.
r. F FITjEEALD,
If .Ssvea'.b :reet-
r;.i.;;iNw.., ::. :,, i-j':.o, jl
Mr. H. B. SrrvEss.
.'.'r,T,TV:,;?,, cim'-er -' ra.!i"s wa. cured
of the l. :-Cn.ttr 11: ...r ty u:xu several bottle of
.' ElV, A R CF. AMD. ILL,
No i- Perkins street.
VEGETINE IN ENGLAND.
Halifax, N S., D. 13. 11.
H. B, SrivrNs. Ea , E-;.-. Mw.. Dt?r Sir I Uk
pltjur? m iDfra-.E y 1 I ta.J C''isi-a tae
Jour r-eii kn.jwD er:mi. y s. ,c; tire I felt r-t.
'.n from too .:-; 4pr.:'a::oLi v t--.5:iie. I had
cmly aseJ tro or xhrte t.:t,oj . f yonr lUmerii-cixe.wh-
I fe.: ;ly .Lvirf-r.ntoi, acifit for.ra--rt
my t'ui w.ri :a coaLecuoi w:.li cr irw dry
iii bnf mess.
Mr Havr. ia Ea.a J. i:izr ?f!aXrroa
Pr:-t-an-3n. Wnt t ; r:ite r. l liLTii EMihty. I
vok . hr ft tott.e cf Vrr-ex-7 ot r-y iut v;s::.iDd in:
her bi!( & d-n f.c-e. At!i.. t.'-.-.z-.i, ghn rnij
me the trv;y ::m rov-i. T,. jj thenh she
n wou'd iiiT & Iire :a Ea:Ld. if mtrodceti
;uto tiu,: txactry.
y T MAHOS.
0.' iliLT. E:- . lTjri -13 Mr:hir.!i.
Thc-.-iL-i' l-ur t':m1'-" -r. 1 - . vv-a-nly
ttM Vo-.vric? '.- .!: rr:-i:.-il .-.imr'-nni y--pU''si
tWor tt t f.-.r rn--.t:t.rf r.d .-'.rilyiL.-biJ
1. ertsVi i'.-'it iz.sf all ti-:ir. itt:; -.r.t:- i--. lc:
se.TOf.i'j! f rm :bY.r-n.:'-Tj riiz.s&ul E;rnt
snitirf ta syt'.m .I-i.uiM'-- Y ; !, :n v - ,a
is aiuy hive ::. " I (".-it U.-alti K-i-:-)rpr"
Vegeiiue is a ..!.! Lv A!! Dra-rdits
for W1' !! , v.ih S- a -f F' j:'.: :n.- n I M i
;rpara;.:ry ii,--; ir-r.i?Q:. Ci:4i--;-is
zJ.Ttl) S L CALDVLLL. D-D . Ti.U
THE BEST REMEDY
Diseases of tee Tcrsat Lanes.
Aw r'o. I- illfue. it the r-i!-
iUbiltf rr.-narv crrans a safe
i ::!:ai '.e rrniedv is
c'Hstnr.v Pectoral is
5 :'.i a rexe'ly. and no
c-ri.e v -.c-iiwntlynier-i--
. I: is a set-
. mative vir
Lt:etdrujs. tin. ted. ut
: as to in-urtf
&a l rr.'.'i-l cur-.
i I it.--
any aje cr t.'.i.rz .. z vr.-,- r..:tM.j.-.
cr.liiLiry C'ou'j;!i-. (old. tirf 1 iuoat,
IJrouchitis, J iitliienxt. C l-rs man's
5k-e l liroa:. Asthma. C roup, and Ca-
::-.: v: - Cti:;i:i:v Pec-
to:: v:. a:?
,...:.;- ;.r- an
- ;..Ut- i.'T
I : : ni
r.. y.ws. ' Ia
. Try ;mt of
Ua.iAie o: ch?ap
. noiv orfcred,
a: liSi.t ::. rVrvy
f.'..o:i i: a : : j . i -Wlioopins
alitr."- - ; i. j ii7
son!ii!;, a:: i :.--!;
I.o v j.i;..v .it-.!
a:;il iuciiVct.vc u
w'ula. a.? I'ury ' j::'
can a:T..'.'l ..';
s.:re to ic t-:v a-
o. ,t;y r-i.-r:'. a:i l are
: : the parien:.
t a;! I l liemauJ
a::L.-rii. . a:ii .1 :s dau
v.,'a i.iikujn'ii aui
! . : ii.-. urabie. te
. aail yo.i may
rcj'.ii. I n a
oi known aiM
vc:. anJ is as
r:-: t:a::on ard r:ne
' E;--:ncn: physicians,
n. prrscriU: i; in their
! I;a!f a century hii
rainty to cure ail p:.l
: :i'.: "-a..:r teyonti tue
t-ii-rji ii.-. ii .i.-.--. . j
Avr.i:'s Cmei:.'.v i'K
;i' know!?-.!- I .
c:it-an a- "..;-:'.: I
niiTetiira v:'. a. i (;'.'.
practiot. Ti.o ;e.-:
proven its al.so'.;::ti c
monary com plain.', r
teach ii hurras a !
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer k Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chcmiitf.
OLD BT A!,L rBl'G6!T IVEF.TWBltl.
F vie nvwanoe C onpan .
NOTICK Ol: AS.SKSSMKN'T.
Tbe rc?iri rf th Fanr"' M-.t! Fit In!:-.--a--e
CcirAny inTrurp-l ir. the Fjr:u--7!i' i'I re
hereby nia-M f ;;-:r- i "T.v.'.i fca.e
ben m"ie by th-1 l':Tt-:tr' . f n: i tV.n.p-ir.y en ;1
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t?r, ucr aietnton wiil b BitiSM. eitlir by
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The State Normal School.
Coorp of tody. Two Vtom
The Aim Protviorml
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A Tern "tjwry br. :h?
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Cores Conamption. CoitU. Pneuuionin,
Influenza, Bronchial biirk-ulties. Br. n- j .u .r
chiiis. Hoarseness.AHhiiia.Cror.p, Who-p- THE I'L'LVE
injj Cough, and all Diseases of tae Brest a- j At.a-'': n v -in"
Orsans. It soothes nnd heals the !
Membrane of the I.un--. ict'imt-d c. '.
poisoned by the disease. an.I jor-ven'..- -'.e
nisht-swea'ts and tightness a.-ross the
chest which aeeomrxttiv i;. CONSUMP
TION is not an incurable malaiiy. I; is
onlv necessary to have the trz'r. renieJv,
and 11 ALL'S" BALSAM i- th-.t reiue.lv.
DON'T DESPAIP. of UF.LIF.F, for th;s
benign specillc will ctr.e yon. oven though
professional aid fails.
THE M0-r POWEr.Ft" HilALIN-i i.IMMLNTj
AND DISINFECTANT EVER DISCOVERED. ,
Hary'-Cftri.-iic : .r i rc? 1
H-cry"t Cirtw. : alve c-r-e em; :. Li
H.r-v'J I nTL-.'.X !?a.-.r Lr-.3 1
A Granulated Soap
Ths Best and Purest Material.
Makes the Clothes White, Clean and
Soft, will not Injure the Finest
Fabric. For Washing Flannels
it has uo equal.
j P.i'tn made of Clean, Pure Materials, it
! docs no, injure the hsnds.or ruako
.ho at hard or roub.
. Sfj..- 1t1 :W.- -d JVJ.ffSBa,t---l-.
B.ymjer Manufacturing Con cftrin1"'
Yonnn Mn n1 WnmTit' pre
LaaiM-rtffi A- situfttiont iniiran.. AlirM wiin
zm - i.iYAU.KD k.
! Kl 1 L IMI.KiTION? ON V I! lvrM l APK
j M.y. .fjtiV
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01 Aroplication to the Principal.
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is! dmt mm iw
To Destrov this deadlv Pest
ts: ilar. 1 ; .-i-.::ary c---sl::;-;:
: re .a.e--.jc A M .L vl.lAl, iJ . jN u;: jr-iy
nftTfy . -;y:r.w I. ':.'-;; :z .;. ir.1
eievarrii -.izi. wc-?r. ft fw yari s:n:e.
wir.ii-i4ri Fr,at.7 rul d..rin ' it
i?:v fua:i?a. .: si eafb.i
eT -.-ian:.y ar u-i i:: Iu of mj.Ur.il p.ji9--a
thr -rr: i reo-r--:- -'aeatiiif tii pjii:a n a :
autrx.zed. Ta 3atmen oa ta Dal. k H :
Lira:, ftj weli m lahib-.uati :( the d;-:a!Lw
-v-;a::y. Live ia wrea: s;Serer f;;m MaL
P.Ia. r.at:.4 ft-Tyrars ras;d:i tby J i rflu
blereaejy N :w.aoaatli waufy tin: there i? ou:
:ae t. lai ;--iy c-:r '. jT mar:!'. ip-jj a:c a-i
Ut : DR. KENNEDY': "FAVORITE REMEDY "
l: - t iy ;w j.:; ,ii i th? b.-ol pr.a? i: Aad r-
aa::Ly t.:c w tL-Lf.r syrt-ra. As ft t
v-:,'.::'.;.,;:;-! '-a-r Iirt.
.i-The - FAV'JhITE P.EMflL'T " ft.--
-r in i i-.iz-ij -r.iiLiv a 1 1 . .1:
l.yyi. For by all irzf'.4 ,
S.it-v. I: v aa ix'.r, ; ;r.y
iirc-i UiS pr .pr.et ..-.Dr. David aTa.-aLe.i-'
Y. & . t
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Grit chftoc to aiftk money. T-?
t ftl-ys tiki .;virJaoW,e c; :L
i hr. ' f. r szmiLiir a; -ay tt:
ftrx- :rT-'r-i.wet'7rj.iy tex-a: vai:cy
eaan -niaia in LOvrty'."w warli
f grstta y Uiea . m.!. :.oy aa i rfir.i
w-ti : , r--a: :a tL-ir - wa .-.;-Any
r. fac d.- tr.-: ;ri. pr-'f-iy t ai 'v.- Sr-.
r: I,.':,f.r.:- .;: . ay r- :iia ta tr-r r
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I til 3 TONIC.
XOTICE TO INVESTORS !
i'.ri: Mirta- . it -al Es: -.:. L.-i-. a ailt; i- .-riz
Nebraska Loan and Trust C ,
: l- - ts ia 1 I laiiiijtl S-c-:r-.-:ss :':-- sa i. .
A- i. :il..i .j.L:.. . i. : , -. .
How Lost, How Restored,
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W:".tkn t, t-u; an J Pa a; ai I, "a,"i""
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iiAL Mim AGENT.
F.r?.al L.Mni Trftac P.a,?c ! :c
NOTICE. AMi AT F. V T T. - v.;;:
ill' :Et HAS ?H- ivt;l, y.v ntl-or-;-1
THE SAFLTY, T!!1: T.
! tIE AND A JJ-BOt-EK i ". ..
TE-rr:-S of the :n-
Ixj-ses attjUsteJ and p.'ouipt.v paid at
this Otlice. Communicatrons l.y mil; wil.
receive prompt a'.ttention.
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Coid ia t!i H.aJ.
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m. t. osV
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b-M rT.My f r r.'M in tfc feea-1 c i .i .
tit. si' ! a.'-' i Ts lialni ; ea.y r, and sUTabv
s My tir-TB1-?; ar M-v?, nc r-!rr of
w:M nU p:ki. St-a 1 : r ;iar w.th fR-j ,-v.
F.LY.S CHEAM PALM CO .Chvko.S V
K'-r ! m th" M-atri:r ty C P. a isij,t, r..wt...
zt nd Drtisfant9 irr.rft;:
HIRAM SIBLEY & CO,
Will mail FREE thlr rata,
lotii fur mntalnlnc sa
full dpscHptiv l'ric - I.it of
lower, Field and GardeD
Ittilb.. Ornamentml Ir.a..
and Immortrlle. Gladiolus,
I.ilie. Kcm, PtaBta. Garden
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