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Fiuts nml Xollons.
lloys. cotnc In nnd 9ce our new pcr
fuincd button-holo bouqucts.
"Do you lovc nic vcry uiuch, Oharley?"
nsked n wife.
"Lovc you! Tlio bridge ovcr Ottcr
Crcck niay fnll, but not my lovc."
"Wcll, tlien, when you go by Mar
sliall's don't forgct thc uotc paper."
Spcetnclcs nml cyc glasscs, all klnds
"Oh, wliy shoulit tlio spirit of mortal bc
Wo know of 110 reason wliy lio sliouUl
bc uulcss lio llnds onc of MnrsliiiU's
clirononictcrs in liis stoeklug on :i
15oysv horo's your cliance. A good
tinie-koepcr for only 0. Come ln nnd
"Storicd carn nml nnlinntcd bust"
Tolling a lio for a dollar and gettlng
tlrtink on tlic procceds.
Wliy ilocs Westall coiuplain tlint Mar
shall is runiiiiig his busltiess? Ans. Bo
cause lic sells watehes that never nccd
Sam Meekin says lio lias novcr dls
covered what "taking tlnic. by tlio fore
lock" lias to do wlth Iialr-cuttiiig.
A good llne of fancy box papers;
priccs, 12c to .$1 per box.
Tlio old lady eaine down to brc.Hkfast
in a lmd hunior nnd sliarply addressing
lior son said : "Chavlcy did you loave
tlint wliiskv bottle on the parlor tablo?"
"Xo! 1 guess dnd left it." .
"Wliy do you tliink your fatbcr left it?"
'Becauso It's empty."
If "a tliing of bcauty 1s a joy forevcr,"
what a liappy sot of niortals Marshall's
nuuiorous custoincrs uiust be!
Thc vagabond wind of March
Gocs rollicking up an down;
Hc shouts ln thc rchoing race ;
He bulllcs tlio slepping town.
Tlio sly young nioon pecps out,
And eall to thc human race,
If jewelry you wish to buy
Geo. MarshaH's is thc placc.
Tlio braiiiR of King Jaiue.s II. havo
bccn found in a bottle in the ccllar of an
old college in Paris. It is an exeellont
idea to have some brnins nbuut a collogo.
It is hoped thc old f:isliion will rcvivc.
A woiniui applicil for a place as street
car drivor. "Can you niauago inules?"
askcd nn cmployer. "1 should snieker,"
she said; "I've had two husbands."
The bank account of .loiin llrown,
Queen Victoria's favorite servant, just de
ceascd, is said to rcach nearly ."(,000,000.
Rates of wages for doniestic scrvico niust
be ahnost as high in Kngland as they nro
An nrticlo in a Chiea!;o paper is hcad-
cd, "Kissed by hcr husband." A Chioa'
go man wlio has read it writcs us tlint al
tliough it i rhetorically a llne piccc of
work the cilcct is spoiled by its uttcr
lack of probability.
Thc Chicago runiscllcr who peruiitted
a convivial burglar to leavo his tools
under the liar for thc night, and in thc
niornlng found that his safe had been
opened, doubts that therc is honor
"I do hopo" said Mrs. Jonos, "that
some of niy friends will prccnt mo, at
my silvcr wcdding (whicli is soon to
takc plaee) witli one of thosc boautifiil
eastors at Marshall's. IIc kecps nothiug
but the best triple-plated silvcr waro, so
if you gct a prcsent froin his store yu
nre sure it will be durablu as woll as
Sho softly smilcd o'erthe niulton hash,
And plcasantly said "good nnrnlng;'
.She passcd thc niush, whilo a tell-tale blusl
Hcr fair faco was ndorning.
I earricd her sniilo in niy soul all dny,
And to Marshall's wcnt wlth a rapid
A diaiuond pin 1 bought of him
To adorn niy future bride.
"I ain sorry to infonn you," said n
ninn to an Arkansas gcntlcinan, "that
your son has been killcd in a halloon
asoeusioii." "IIow?" askcd tlio geiille-
nian. "Wcll, you sco, ho went up wltl
the professor, and thc balloon droppcd
suddenly nnd killed hotli of them." "So
it was thc dcscension that killcd him?
My friend, wlicu you come into this
neighborhood witli n pioco of iuforuia
tlon, givc it straight."
1 can't undcrstand, can you V
1 don't undcrstand, do you?
llow watehes so cheap such good
tiinc can kcep ;
I don't understand, do you?
Oo to Marshall's nnd lind out.
Wlii lier wlth giflB if sho rcspect uot wonis,
DmnliJcwcUutlcn iii thoir ailent kiml
Morctlmii quick worile do movu u woman
Young nian takc the liint and go to
Marshalrs for the jewels.
Tell mo, Mrs. Spoopendyko, snys Mrs
.Savepenny, whcrc you bought that benu
tlful rleh chaln I saw you wearlng last
bimday? Why, at Geo. K. Marshall
jewelry store. wlicre you can get more
and better goods for your uiouey than
auy plaee in the country. And what'i
bettcr, they wnrrunt everythlng they
sell as representcd and miiko good thcl
warrant evcry tlme. I tell you, Mrs. S
that's thc plaeo to buy, for you are al
ways sure of fair Ueal.
DOWN THEY GO,
EXCEPT THE PRICCS!
VII W I
We have the larg:est stock in the above lines to be
found in Addison County ; and by
Good Management, Careful Buying, Large
Sales and Small Profits,
We have RAISED the STANDARD and LOWERED
the PRIOES, until it is a fact that the best goods are
now being sold by us at the very lowest figures.
The following goods, a part of them from the stock
of Gt. D. Miner & Co., will be disposed of
oiT 33o mmm
Ladies' and gentlemen's solid Gold Ohains ; Ladies'
Gold Watehes ; Ladies' solid Gold Sets ; Ladies' and
gents' solid Gold Cuff Buttons ; gents' Studs ; Silver
Mckel, Silver and Gold, all prices, from $6 up ;
grand good one for only $10, warranted for a year.
solid gold mnmd mmu wm Bummn, ctc,
jtEverything warranted as represented or money
G. E. MARSHALL,
At Miner's old stand, - Middlebury, Yt.
l'ariigriiplis for llu- ('urii)iis.
uooti niih' iiaiici'iiL iive iM'iits u 1 1 11
White envclopes, 10 cents per box.
18. It lias the s.'iini' icliitlon to iri
IH.ml II. nf .. ...1...I..H ... II t
iui;ub inub t uiiiii; in 1111. lunk
waicn lor oniy len uonars, niui wari
it for a year.
A Tcnnessce schooliuatcr kiaeil
girls as a punUlinicnt, and bi-rorc
llvc jolning thc school.
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of blank books In town, from
pass books to a U)-(piire Irdger.
If you nk a bald-heailcd 111:111 how
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likcly oxpioss a ileslre for mo'-hnir
thc top of liis hcad.
Ileineuiber cverylhing is wnrrai
IQ I'l'lirom'lll.fMl. SmI isrnf.ttiili irii'ii-ntit
or inoney refunded.
1 .1111 .mii 11. niui .1 in-,, 11-
as the calerpillnr remaiked when he
succpssfiillv ruiii(!il tlio one ho was o
Solid gold rings from 7."e upwards
klttlls ntlll tl.c Vr. Inli. I.ln.ium-.
showhig our goods.
maclilne for the liianufactuio of
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IIIIIU IIIIIU L.LI1I-I1 MllH.ein. VIICI
de.ideratiini is some iuei'liHiiieal
trivance to eat the pretzol when it
nearly old enough to votc.
anythlng in our llne that we niaj bc
Mrs. Spnggins was boasting of
new lioue. The windows. she
wcre stained. "That's too lmd;
wuii t 1111 leuiiiie or ocnzine wa-ii 11
nsked tlic good Mrs. Oldboy.
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11 uiuii uii.uiii, nii- vvb vnriei,
Addison county, and at prices
cannot fall to pleae.
hehind his rar, a pair of .iltears in
lighthnnd and liis pnckets lilleil
gold has bccn cxcuvatcd at I'om
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The large-it stock of braeelcts
.nown 111 AUdlson coiiuty; priee
.'. cenis to aii.) per pair. ( oiue 111
Tlm nuthoritics of Cinciiinati thinl
iiotifying Gerinanv that if lu
take Auiericau jiork C'liicinnat' will
playlug Waguer's lnu-'ic.
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111-aii ipciiuii, I'l'lin, luilllli lllt'l ?i, I
iagc, uiu, eie. iiusi iiiiiik, a. . l
lead prncils only 'J.ie por docn.
iJiirmr, s.iiu n iuiiu inouier iea
ovor tho bedside of hcr son, who sci
to be sull'oring greatly, "what i-
matter wlth hiiii?" Thc iihyslcian
ainined the sullerer and rcpliod,
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sich. liiL'rr. i'xi: iiiueii mo w
''I kneiv vou innlil tnll wliiif. Min m
u'nc i'itli I1I111 II1111. 1.11.1111101.. it lc
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We kccii Kcnuino IJojrers Hros.' si
waro knivcs. forks, spoons, etc,
the very lowest living prices.
Is there not some cheaper placc
watehes forto buy?"
Tli.i Iniwl ii'liiil xt'litstlail .iti.l .....1
iu my face.
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Marshall's is the place."
tt'i'..ii ..... ii.n.. n:.. nn 11... 1
Is therc uot some other plaee
blank books arc kept in store
Tho rougli waves (la-hiil the spray
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Marshall's i the place."
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Is therc not some bettcr place
jewelry to buy?"
Aiiu wuiiiiercii iu my rar, "ui
Marshall's is the place."
A ooiiviet by thc natue of llrow
Slate prison at Windsor, under
ycars' f.entcncc for larceny, made
iiusii iiu iiiicity, 1111: iiiiiur iiuer
and cauie very near escaping. ln
and gencral appearanco hc rci-eiiibh
shop-kccper. in vhoi rooui hc m
in thc shoo shop. A coat, pair of
nnd hat belonglng to the kecpcr
ncar tho outsidc door of thc
iirmi'ii fiiii:iiiii.i iiiriiiiKiiui iii iii 11
cuipty a splltouu. As hc got lo thc
the kcepcr's attcntiou was diawn
wncre, anii iiiowii inuiingeii 10 ge
f'inriii iiiiwii. 111 111 ih'iiiiiii :i ui.iit'i
put them 011 ovcr his prison uniforn
frlcndlv couvlct lct him know wlu
goaud wliilctlie Koeicr s atlentlon
drawn iiuothcr way he dodired out
the yard. Tlireo guards had thcn t
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lirisou. Thov iccojrnlcd the kei
cl llhcs nnd ilul uot uoticc that tho
or wns uot Insidc them, and lct li
pass out, As luck would have it, Ji
lio stcniicu into tlic strcct a little
from tho prison thc wind liftcd his
tnils. Onc of thc gunrds who lui
him nass haitiiciicd iust thcn to bc
clothes under liis coat, took in the
tlon, and gnvo the nlarm. I'ursuit
uiade and uftcr n smart riin Itrown
cnuEiit auu rccomniittcu lo nrlon
ii 111 his sentenee ovcr niralti. Tlic
who ullowed hlui to pass has bcci