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VERMONT DAILY TBANSOEIPT, MAY 21, 186S.
Vermont Daily Transcript.
TiiuitHiUY, May 21, 1809.
Cotnn Tlit Jmljio cloyed his charge
to Iho jury in the case of (Jlark vs. llur
ton at 11. -10 to-day, and the cape v.as
submitted for their "iliinl consideration
and decision, .uitl ihey retired ntnoon,
and no verdict lias hcen frlven up to (lie
the time of our jjoinn to props.
'I he further business of the court will
occupy the remainder of the week, it Is
.uppof-.ed, The Lamoille County Court
commences the May term on Tuesday
next, at Hyde l'ark, Judge Wilson pre
siding. County Titi:AHi'isi:it.C'. N. Bishop,
Ksi., Assixluut Cashier of the Vermont
National Ban!:, has hcen reappointed
( 'ounty Trcasuier by the Court.
A Ci.i:an EA(?iiic.-AVanliington Engine
Company No. I of our enterprising Fire
Department washed the eagle at the top
of the pole in the l'ark, at their drill
Wednesday evening, consequently
thiowing a stream 10". feet high, through
U(M foot of hose. There was a grade of
about ton feet against (hem. This we
call vi ry creditable work, or in other
won'.s washing the eagle.
A Si;u;i:sti.'. We respect fully sug
gort that ihe political campaign bo
opened hereby a ratification meeting on
Poo -day of next week, or on some other
(hiy as kooji as practicable after the re
sult of the Chicago convention is made
known. There ceilainly ought to be
a much enthusiasm now u there was
when the formation of a (.rant Club
v as proposed, and wo hope that a move
may be made at an eaily day for the
commencement of a spirited campaign.
Tin: Burlington 77ii w wiy that a
Fenian State Convention of the O.
K. Roberts wing moots in ISuriington
n the 20 th of Juno. Con. John 0'.
Noil, known as Mr. Erie 0'. Neil, who,
like Con. Sweeny is one of the few
genuine fighting men of the order, is
expected to be pro.-ont."
- - -
Mr. O. S. Bliss, of (Joorgia, was pres
i nt at the recent meeting of the Farm
ers' Club in New York, and exhibited
some .specimens of maple sugar. An in
teresting address was delivered by Mr.
Ri:v. II. K,
Conn, Pastor of the Meth-
otiist unurcn tn tins place, is now in
Chicago in attendance on the Conven
tion of his Church in thatcity.
Ri:taici:n. Comstock, who broke
from the jail in this place about the first
of this month, was retaken about day
light this morning, and returned to cap
tivity, lie was liivl soon ncarSwanton
Centre by a boy, who recognized him
and gave the ahum, but he succeeded
in getting oil' about a mile and a half,
on a cross road, and being quite tired
out he sat down by a stone wall, against
which he leaned his head, and went to
sleep, lie awoke, much to his surprise,
no doubt, a prisoner of Deputy Sheriff
Monow. Comstoek was coniilted first
on a charge of stealing coals in Swanton.
Vn learn from the 'Times that Ole
Dull had a crowded house in Darling
ton, on Wednesday evening. The per
formances of the groat violinist were
"The Nightengale," "Fantasia upon a
Russian Legend ;" "The Mothers pray
er ;" ".Recitative and Carnival of Ven
ice." In answer to enthusiastic calls for
"more," he played "Home, Sweet
Home," nexta beautiful piece that we
suspect was of his own improvising, and
closed with a medley of "National Airs."
Mr. Guslavus F. Hall has a very fine
baritone voice, and superbly rendered
"Largo al Factotum."
Tin: Pkuii'ATktics. The season of
the wandering ministrels has arrived,
and we respectfully bog leave to an
nounce it. Again we "Listen to the
Mocking Dird," and are reminded that
"Maxwelllon's Draesare Donny." The
bouquet of sunny lands, and the niuslcal
rcminiscenses of foreign genius arc lav
ishly bestowed on us from harp and
lluto and viol, and for a moment we are
oblivious to chill andtho pinch of rheu
matic pain, and away down in our
"heart some forgotten voice murmurs tra!
la ! la ! Then wo are recalled to facts
without fancy by the beseeching appear-
aneo of a pennyless hat, and the dream
of music and ,unny skies fades away.
At a town meeting held in Swanton
May 20th, the town voted to accept the
"Enabling Act," relating to the build
ingoftho Lamoille Valloy Railroad by
a vote of 221 to 135.
Ox Juno 3rd, a $50 purse will bo trot
ted for at Middlebury, best two in three,
open to all two-year-olds owned in the
county; lst$3o, 2d SIC. On Thursday,
the 4th, a $100 purso will bo trotted for
open to all horses, best three in five
four to enter, threo to start.
Tm: Vergennes yermonter says a tax -
payer in Middlebury informs us that
mo uog tax m uua iuwn v, m y
.$300 towards building their splendid
ngw sohopi house.
A Goon llootc One of Iho moat in-1
ten. ling ami bet books which wohnvo
glanced through among new ptiblicn- J
tionp, is n book of Tin pngcp, jut is-.
sued by Holland & Co., Springfield, en-j
titled "Emmanuel ; or the Life of Jesus
Christ our Lord," by Znchary Kddy,
D. 1)., with an introduction by Roy.
Dr. Storrs, of Jlronklyn. The work lnj
designed for the use of families, we
Judge, is excellently printed, finely and;
profusely Illustrated, and subslantially j
bound. Wo have opened it in various i
placed, and Invariably found the matter
of an interesting character, so much so j
that wc have laid it down reluctantly, i
The celebrity of the writer of this work '
will go fair to commend it fo the favor-1
able consideration of a largo number of I
our readers, and we trust that when the
agent of the Publlnhors, W. K. Rice, j
calls upon them, the work will receive
the examination which it fairly merit.
Found. A broken jet cross, found on
England street yesterday, may be re
covered by the owner, at this oflieo.
Vermont Medical Socicfi. j
The semi-annual t-ession of this Soci-,
cty will be hold at Wind.oron Wednen-j
day and Thursday, Juno loth and 11th,
commencing at 2o'cIock p. m., "Wednes
day. The Railroads of the State will'
carryall pei.-ons attending the meeting
for faro one way receiving (ho Socie
ty's ci'itilientc for the return pa:ag.
The address of the Vice Pre.-i.lonl, Dr.
E. N. S. Morgan, ot Bennington, will"
be delivered on Wednesday evening, :
and will be followed by a social n -union ,
of members of the profession, natives of
Vennont, who are residents of other
The subject for discussion before the
Society is Typhoid, Dysentery. Dr. O. I
F. Fassett, of St. Albans, is appointed I
to read a paper on the subject which!
will bo followed by discussion. Papers
on other subjects are promised from va
rious members of the Society. C. P.
Frost, President, and L. C. Butler, Sec
retary, in their circular, issued in be
half of the Society say :
There are nearly five hundred regular
Physicians in the Stale, but with
shame bo it said by far the larger por
tion of them are not members of the
State Society. For some cause they
stand aloof from it, and in consequence
the Society has languished for want of
inteicst in its meetings, and for funds.
i ins ouglil not to he. Jijverv regular
Physician in the State oujrht to be a
member of the State Society, and each
contribute his mile toswell the accumu-
iting onward progicss of medical sci
ence. Ijuty to ourselves, as tne imme
diate recipients of its benefits; to hu
manity, lor wnose weiiare wo Jalior;
nut to our proiessiou, tne noblest save
one in which any can bo engaged, and
which will be elevated by our frequent
oniniliiglings demands, it seems to us.
theearno.t co-operation of every rcvular
practitioner in the State in sustaining
the Stale Socieiy. II, llierolore, you
are not already a member, we would
urge you at once to send your name,
residence, dale of your diploma, and
whence derived, to the. Censor for your
County, that you may be enrolled among
its members, and greet us with your
presence and counsel at Windsor.
the Rutland Herald is as good
Vlbans :is for Rutland :
Sonic persons have a mania for going
out of town to purchase that which they
can buy at Home, as tliougli any article
coming from a distance was better than
the same at home. Tins is decidedly
wrong and detrimental to the place in
which you live. Disburse your money
where your interest lies. "Live and let
live." Do not be decived into the idea
that you can save a great amount of
money by sending away for goods that
can bo obtained of neighbors, for you
cannot do it. Look at our advertising
columns, and you will soo the names of
enterprising men, "Who can fill your or
ders in some instances lower than New
Norlc or lloston prices.
1; is.u-Bm:miNa ix Ni:v Exoi,axd.
Man has in a measure control of those
migratory fish, and with suitable legisla
tion can maice tncir enormous lecunuuy
tributary to his support. The economy
of the artificial over the natural method
is much ureatcr than is supposed. It is
nearly as fifty to one. Every river can
bo stocked with fish, at small cost, to
the extreme limit ol its capacity tonoiu'
lsh them, it will not cost much to
hatch a million of salmon in the upper
waters ot the Connecticut as it does to
raise a single calf upon its banks. The
finest varieties of llsh ought to bo the
cheapest food in the market, and can
not lail to he, If all our states win loi
low the example of the New England
States, and encourage artinciai orccu
OvnnwoitK and Undkuwoiuc If
we could eliminate from all effort the
element of fret, it might he doubted
whether there are many brains among
us that are oveiworucd, alter an. An
English writer says :
After all, how many people really
overwork their brains? A great many
persons derive great honor from the
reputation of hard work, just as many
people are supposed to be wonderful
men of business becauso they always
docket their letters carefully and tie
them up with red tape, let a man
may be muddle-headed and dilatory
even if he puts all his papers into care
ful pigeon-holes, and some men who
claim our pity lor their herculean la
bors contrive to interpolate a wonderful
quantity of gossip and luncheon and
general relaxation, is it possible that,
in spito of tho prevalent outcry about
tho needs of a busy ago, our great want
is, after all, tho want of a littlo more,
instead of a littlo less, mental activity?
Ey" The Washington correspondent
1 of thojN. V. commercial says rorney
wm probably po restored totno toecrc
taryship of the Somite through tho in
llucnco- of Sumner, dmndlor, and tho
Radical Senators, who will opposo tho
acceptance- ot ma resignation.
Dili) u 11. Huntington.
irvlwsmi n a.
ASKS attention to tin- r1l.. tn partial 11x1 or
article, which I will aell at the lowest rates
Howard, Tiemoi t, M,l'ioc, and nil the differ
ent grades of Waltham, National, ami Unit
ed States C'o'h Watcho. A large assort
ment of Oold and Silver American
I'umcs, of the bent stvlcs. .Mho,
Ladies' Hold Hunting Watch
Am. riean and
Swim. The 1 tt--it and be-it 11 itt ''lis of Hold,
1'lati d and Silver Chains, l'ine (fold and
Plated Jewelry of nil dt xcriptimiH. A
splendid asHoitnient of Ladies'
1'trunenn, Coral, Onwt, .Vc, At. (i ntlemelia'
l'inx. Mnsoii'c I'ins and Rings. Diamond,
Emerald, Uuby, Anu tlivnte, Pearl and
Garnet Khmer liilig, IS Kt. 1'lain
liiiiRH, Gold llracelcts, Silver
Plated Spoons and Forks.
Kxlra and T rcblo Plate. Tea m'U , Cantors, Cake
H.iskutn, VaMf, Ac Ac. I'oia Silver Spoons,
Thimble.", Ac. A very large stock of
Oold ai.d Steed SiH Ctaeli 8, every pair
wold warranted to unit. Pocket
Kliivi'K, Slu .ii and Sei.ss"i'h of the lnt ijuality, 1
1 shall receive ironi day to day new styles ol j
Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, which 1 will '
sell al thi! low. st market rates.
Watch lcpuiiing and ciigraing done
Opi'.i.-ile Store of Saxe .t Place in lnuldiu);
I'oniu n oe. upivd hy H. S. A J. A. ile.lard. f.a
die v. il' i'nd In re a complete and eli.itt . assort
ment of r.muy Dry j;ooda jtnl received from
lniirK' t, such as
Fringes all color:-',
Fans, a rich lot.
Valencienos and Thread Lace
A nice line ot'T'ivnch Cambrics and J'.ncy
L.iw.ts. Anew Kid (ilme which imriiasKea any
thing yet brought into this market, and ini)'-
(tiiha. All ol which will be sold nt reasonable
pricus. J,aliis vail hud it to their advantajjci to
mi anil examine, lor tliom.-clvcs.
Dict-H and Cloak m.ikiiiL' in all ils varieties
under the nkilltnl unpen ision of Miss Ulk'ii
JUooiv, Urns' and i'avorablv known to thu inhabi
tants of this village and vicinitv.
1-d-tb L 1. KiMi'To.v.
3)i:.i.i:n ix am, kiniu or
First Class Groceries ! !
DAKJ'.OW IH.OC'K, KT. AhliAXS, VI'.
Consisting iti part of
tt'C. , ct-G
HAT AiTD CAP STORE.
SOUTH MAIN STREET
The undermined keeps constantly on hand a
i in i supply ol
UATS, CAPS, FUJiS,
OLO VFS AND MITTJ1NS,
And an assortment of Gent's riirnishintr courts
in his lino of trarto eipial to any fn stylo and
cxiciicneo oi gooni, ana at reasonamo prices.
lie has every thing in iho hat line, from com
mon straw to tho last stylo of silk hat, and can
O. D. SMITH.
Kt. Albans, Yt. May 12, 1SC8. 1-d-tb
THAYU Uoufiht Mr. J. II. Leonard's intotvst
.L in tho lirm ol'l.eonard Itrainerd A Co. and
will continuo tho businesa at tho old btanrt where
I sliall bo glad to seo old friends and many now
nes. All accounts duo Leonard, llrainerd'A; Co.
will lie hctled by mu and nniht bo paid immedi
lt. Alliana, Mayy, lSGi. hl-2v
TT-YKliY Stylo of Frock Coats at
JQj WM. N. SMITH & CO'S.
M'.ICOr Pants and Vest at
war. n. sMi'i.'i.vco'K.
r"01t SAI.K. A pleasantly located rosidunco
land, as may be dusircd. Twelve trood rooms.
culler, cistern, excellent well of water, hoiibo
and Warn nearly new. Apple, pear, plum, and
cnerry nees, partly in Hearing, ot uost varieties,
Also grapo vines, etc. Tho cheapest placo in
town at tho nrico asked. Terms vorv easy.
I'oo further partiuulaiH, enquiio at tho Tn.xx-
neniiT uiueo. aia-ti)
tnr Having bought out Mr. A. H. Munyan'H
interest 111 the ateli and Jewelry business in
this place, I shall bo happy to seo my friends
and all wanting anything in tho way of Watches,
Jewelry, Silver or l'lated Ware, Cutlery, Fancy
Goods, e , &c., at tho old stand, on Main St.
Watches, Jewelry, Ac., repaired, anrt Kngraving
done promptly, by competent and expcriimeed
workmen. Ei.iiu; H. Huktinutkx.
St. Albans, May ltd, 1803. 215-3w,
TTAVK YOU SEEX PltANCi'S CH110MO?
XL "OLD OAKEN 11UCKET, "FALCONEIt
My houso anrt lot 011 Hank Street ia otl'ercd for
Hale. The houso w.ih recently linilt. imil is in
good repair, and has all tho niortera convenien
ces, .iiy orciiaru is well suppiiea with a variety
01 appio ami jiear trees 111 Hearing condition
Tor liuther partieulara umuiro of
rtl-tf E. F. I'EItKI.NS.
T t'. LEAA'UXS, rsuccessor to II. H. llow
Li man, i'lour aurt Grain Morcliant. Ohoieo
braurts of Flour always 011 hand at low prices.
St. Albans, May 15, 1 8(18. 3iMf
PANTS anrt Yost, all kinds, nt
WM. N. SMITH A CO'S.
FOll SI'INQ STYLES OF PANTS AND YEST
call at WM. N. SMITH & CO'S,
DEWEY, NOBLE & GO'S
I jSF S V R N 0 E
yETNA INSUltAKCB COMPANY OV
oaiut.w. AX!) si'ni..ns, s i,:i:i,r. i :w.
IIOMJ; rNPTTHANCE COMTANYOF
tJAVITAIi AM Sl'ltPM'S, :j.(i.M.'l
lIAlvTli'OUU EIRE INS. COMPANY I
OF IIAU'ITO:!). CONN.,
AIM'S'AI. AM) SdUPIA'M, b'i.OOO.Olll) OU.
INS. COMPANY NORTH AMERICA
J.MM'l'Afi AM) HUH!!, UK, SJ,0(H,(!(I0 110.
NIAGARA FIRK INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YOltK,
CAPITAL AM) SDltPI.IJS, , I ..-jOO.OOO 00.
SECURITY INSURANCE CO. OE
CAPITAL AMI SUKPLXIS, 31,177,777 1:3.
LOR ILLARD FIRE INS. COMPAN Y
OF NEW YOltK,
CAPITAL AND SUKPIAJS, $1,r.00,00 00.
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE IN. CO.
OF NEW YOHK.
CAPITA L AK1) SUM' I. IV, S7.VJ,0(I0 CO.
CORN EXCIIANCE INS. COMPANY
OF NEW YOliK,
('A 1'IYA i. AND SCM'LUS, J3.10,(IO0 00
NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INS. CO.
OF IIAHTF01M), CONN.,
CAPITAL AND SUM' 1. US, $500,000 10.
ROGER WILLIAMS INS. COMP'Y
OF lT.OYIDKNCE, It. I.,
CA VITAL AKJ) SUM'J. US, f201,:iri8 81.
GLENS FALLS INSURANCE CO
OF GLENS FALLS, N. ,
CA PITA I. A yj SUM'L US, $21B,3'J!l 18.
Firo and Marino Insurance ell'eetcd at this Agen
cy in any 01 tne anove wen Known companies,
THE MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. OF
Tho Oldest and Largest Mutual Insurance Com
pany in tho United States.
CA VITA L AXJ) ASSETS, 25,COO,000 00.
Life ami Accident Jnmii'anee
Either Miperately or combined, at tho lowest
rates 01 iTomium in tno
TRAVELLER'S INSURANCE CO
OF HAUTFOllD, CONN.,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,000,000 00.
All losses nromntlv nttoiuleil In mul seitleil at
this Agency. Jjwge Security, Pair J'rujils, and
Insurance to any amount oll'outod 011 tho most
DEWEY. VOllLU .t CO.
Ofllco corner Iako and Main St., St, Albans,
t uuuum, iti-tl
K. C. OAI.LA1J, Piopriolor.
lmo lcccntlv rolllted my markel, which (s
supplied with tho beat of
Tabic !cHcat?ips oi' (lie Season !
Xowon hand, a nico lot of
S U &AR CTTRED HAMS
St. Albans, May 15, lSfiS.
Morton & Percy's,
PIVOT ACTION BEACE !
A supeiior Suspender for Skirts or J'anta 1 An
unoipiAled brace for the Shoulders. Always a
Suspender. A brace or not at pleasure, ' Ils
simplicity, durability, ease and convenience
columella it to eery lenity, ucntloman, or 1 otitli.
Examine for yourself, and be convinced that all
herein stated is true. Prices, 7." cents, $1 00,
1 $1 50. ld-tf
ft O f1TTT1Tm A 't
In tho best Companies, by
Ofllco over Weeks' store.
St. Albans, Y.t.
I1NEN Collars of overv description at
J VM. N. SMITH .t CO'S.
mitlCOT .Tackots at VM. N. SMITH & CO'S.
xffix&Emsss&ir goods i
MISS F. C, APPLETON
Desires lo inform her patrons and ladies of St.
Albans and vicinity that she has recently add
ed to her stock of
New and Seasonable Goods
In her line, and grateful for past favors, would
rcspcctlully solicit a continuance of tho same,
ami hopes by a careful attention to the various
atvles of both
Millineri and J)ress MaL lmj,
To merit in a measure tho very llattering ex
pulsions of satisfaction bestowed heretofore by
thoso acquainted with her work. 215-tf '
S . S . & J . A . II E I) A It I)
Take pleasure in saving to their natrons and
menus mat tney nave removed tneir piaco 01
Three Doom North of (ho American
Where tho have on hand a largo assortment of
J3LANKETS and WHIPS.
Also, a general assortment of
Our motto in "Largo Sales and Small Profits."
Those in want of goods in our lino will do well
to call and examine our fetock before purchasing,
IMPORTANT TO S0JJ)IEIlS
rnilOSK INTEKESTinJ AUK IIEIIKHY
X notified that I am agent to transact all busi
ness pertaining to pensions, bounties and back
pay. Claims of tho above nature can bo pre
sented, and their i.llowancea obtained, bv appyl
ing to WM. BltlU'GES.
St. Albans, May 10th. 18(10.
NEW CLOTIIINO OF ALL KINDS, JUST
received at WM. N. SMITH ,V CO'S.
RUBUKlt Coats, all kinds, at
WM. N. SMITH ACO'S,
CAPS FOll SI'llINO JUST W20EIYED AT
WM. N. SMITH & CO'S,
To tho Vermont Daily Tri)criit.
Till-: GllWAGO UONVUNTTON ! I
Tho Contest for Vice President
Chicago, 111, May 21.
Thu notion of tho Convention yester
day gives good satisfaction. Gov. Ilinv-
loy is a good presiding officer.
Tho contest for Vice Presidency Is
still quite- earnest and the result douht-
fdl. Colfax seems to bo gaining. There
is a prospect that tho Convention will
close at 2 o'clock this p. in.
The Cr.nvontion reassembled nt half-
past 10 o'clock. A much larger crowd
was present than on yesterday. Tho
report of tho Committee on resolutions
was in order, but the report was not
The resolutions of tho Sailors' and
Soldiers' National Convention were
read. The clause concerning tho repub
lican Senators who voted against im
peachment was received with noisy en
thusiasm. The motion lo recall the
resolution was taken.
Nuw Youk, May 21.
A Washington special gives a report
of the testimony of Senator Henderson
of Missouri before the special Commit
tee of the House yostcrdaj.
Chicago, May 21.
Tho Committee on the platform have
agreed on a resolution saying that tho
thirty-five voted rightly for impeach-
ent; also that the colored men should
bo allowed lo vote at .the -South, the
loyal States having a right to decide
that question for themselves; that the
national debt should bo paid in the spirit
as well as by the letter of tho law; an
other resolution encourages an economy
of expenditures and deduction of taxa
Millinery and Dress Making,
Miss Dumas would respect fully announce to
tho Ladies of St. Albans and vicinity, that sho
lias just returned from market with a
NEW and STYLISH ASSORTMENT
BONNETS AND HATS:
LA ROSE ,
Til 1 1 EAR LA CE COLL. 1 RS,
Our stock of Mourning Goods is complete. Our
rooms arc neat and tasty, and visitors and cus
tomers will tiud n pleasant welcome to them.
Hats and llonnets in groat variety, and at low
ROOMS over FULTON MARKET,
St. Albans, Vermont.
Maya th, 18C8. jl7-tt'
PIkomx Mutual Life lnsurnucc Co.,
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
A t'avorablo opportunity is presented to ener
getic and reliable business mon who can devoto
their entire time to tho business, to represent
this old, staunch, and niostauccesslui Lite com
pany, in unoccupied territory in tho Stato of
Vermont. Tho many popular features peculiar
to tho l'liieuis Mutual, and thogreatwdvantages
it oilers to tho insuring public Its froedom from
restrictions on travel and occupation its non
forfeitable policies--its liberal premium system
tho economy of tho nianag. ment, and its largo
annual dividends, render it tho most profitable
Company toAgonts desirous of realizing a hand
some competency by their enterpriso and ener
gy. Apply to O. L. UAIICOOK,
Stato Agent l'luridx Mutual Lifolns. Co.
dC-tf Union Uloek, Rutland, Yt.
NOTICE OF SEIUltE AND SALE. Tli
following described property was isoizc
by Ollicors of tho Customs for Uolatlon of tho
l!ovc!iuo Laws of tho United States, viz:
At Highgato, May 11, 1808; a Steers, 1 Colt.
Said property will bo bold at public auction at
tho Custom House, Highgato, Vt.,'on Monday,
May 23th. 1808, at 11 o'clock, a. m.
GEO. J. STANNAltl),
Collector of CustoniH,
Custom llou.io, District of Vermont, Collec
tor's Onico, liurlington, 10th May, 1808. d3-lvr
i SI have disposed of my interost in tho linn
XJL of Leonard, Uraiuerd & Co,, I offer for salo
my residence on North Main Street, Saint Al
bans Yillago. Houso very comfortablo and in
good repair. Newly shingled and now chimney.
Contains a largo, numbor of rooms. Six acres
of land, all in good cultivation, and crops plant
od ; very oxcellent fruit in great abuiidauee, and
every other romiisito for malting a pleasant
homo. Apply to J. II, LEONARD.