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THE VERMONT PJICENIX, J3RATTLEHORO, FRIDAY, APR J 1 1, 1892.
LETTER PROM FLORIDA.
THE OOUNTEY AND ITS PEOPLE
Sim Tlliollgll till IJjo ill n .Vll tlli l lirr
hiijimi iiIiik III IIihI Minium- I. mill.
.Iai KdiNVIM.I., Kin., I'VIi. itu, 'int.
I hiii writing this iiiorniiiK in tlx- iiar.m,
Where I am taking h Mm linlli, ntnl from
Wlilrfi tti- have h fair lew of tin-St. .folini
ritor, which fit thl K)lnt In nboitt n imIIp
w)iIi. Tin- Htti-i'i In front l paved with
sliollit, mnkliiK n niiontli haul ruwl, lull a
very ilurty olio wlii-ii ilry. The street cnr
mi our door i-very six inliiiiliit drawn liy
innlin driven by iM-gtiHu. Two latgc tii'e
t the. coriu-r of the Imiiw me Im'kIiiiiIiik
lo hsfivp out, now rovcled with limp pray
HHrtis. A .ImliiH lii'c in Imnl I just koIiik
Ollt Of llloolll. It llll lll'I'll COVl'lI'll Willi il
small pink lilo-onim foi sovithI weeks anil
liiis altitteleil miieli attention from HtraiiK
ern. Acmhh the Mi eel Is a very line resi
lience ainl jji omuls owneil hy a .Mr. Ilohlri
Mm, formerl) of I'eiiuiiylMiiiia. 1 flml
him a verj ajjreealjle iuiiialnlalice. lie
lias letlleil fiom tiullifis cm aecoiilR of III
luiilth, bill ha aliuuilaiil means anil so
keeps ills inenilses In beautiful onler.
So miieli for the jileasant part of our
stirroilliiliiiKs. 'i'here is. however, a dark
er slile. 'I'he dwelling ill the main front
ing this (("ommereia!) .stieet ate nice, with
large yanls; hill two doors to my lelt is a
mniill "nugro shanty and still farther on is
another occupied hy an old ingress as an
eating house and shoemaker' shop, and di
rectly opposite ate two more negto hills,
and tln!e on some of the most desirable
property in the ellj. I understand this
property was eonlNealed during the w al
and the title is imperfeet, whieh aeiounts
lor lis iri!ent condition. Nearly all of
the negiu dwellings aie one-story, low, and
about 1U In 15 leet in slue, having usually
two looms, soim'tlim but one. So you
can w how they herd together with the
laige families lor which they rue provoili
itil. Von may go hack of us as far as the
ctoss slieets extend and It is almost solid
black. They do nol, however, tumble us
unless It be at nighl, when, waking up at
most any lime we can hear them from our
open window, talking like a lot ofetows
mid about as intelligibly.
Neiiilv all of the learning is done by
mules and negroes, and the negio women
are picturesque, especially as you see them
toleing large baskets and bundles on their
heads; and they aie no less so when they
an; not lolelng loads, for their heads are
coveted with all kinds of hats, the worst
looking things imaginable. Some of the
more youthful and those of mine means
are decoraled in all the colors of the rain
bow, (specially those who ale about half
white. I should judge neatly half the col
ored population bad gone through this
bleaching process. One thing more in re
gard to the negro. I have seen but two
drunken ones since we came here and'they
made no disturbance. I have not seen a
single while man drunk, and Ibis in a
place where liquor is sold openly and fice-
1 can see but little difference between
the while people here of the better class
and in the North. I'ossiblv I should if I
had a larger acquaintance. I have made
the acquaintance of a good many, hiitlhey
are mostly Northern men. In fact, nearly
every business man in the place Is either
Northern or foreign. Last Monday the
.society of New Knglaiiders met at Winter
1'ark, I I.") miles south of here. I attended
the meeting and met one Vcrmimter who
is an active member of the societv, a Mr,
(Jhiibb, lormeily of St. .lohiisbury, and
quite an active politician, the president of
tlie .society, .Mr. I'arker fiom laiupa, I
think formerly from lloston, and a Mr,
(Hough fiom Deland, a New Ilampshiie
man. I he meeting ot these men and the
Miiiouiidings of which I will have more
to say hereafter- reminded me much of
I am stopping with Dr. Webster, who is
practicing medicine heie and has a drug
More, lie formerly preached for the Meth
odists, nut now conliucs liiiuseir to jirttr
tier. As a consequence his house is a sort
of ministers' tavern, where thev can come
and make themselves at home. The Meth
odist people here, while claiming not lo hi
sectarian, decline to work w Ith the Chris
tian Kndeavor societies, ami upon ques
tioning one of the clergymen as to his rea
sons, lie replied thai he did mil care to
work witli them and take (lie chances of
getting his share of the converts: he want
ed them all. We have here the Methodist
Kpiscopal North and Methodist Episcopal
boiltli, between whom a jealousy exists,
and less oi harmony than among sects of
widely illflcriiig views at the North.
.Many voters here ilo nol want the ne
groes lo rule over them, neither do they
waul the. ltepublicall politicians to get into
olllce liy tin- negro vole, so most of them
vole against the paiiv on state issues.
While they all admit that the logic of tin
ltepublicall party Is all right so far as a free
ballol and a free count is concerned, nunc
of them want the negro on top. The feel
ing so far as 1 have heard it expiessed Is In
favor of leaving them to work out the
problem, each stale for itself, and thisfrom
Northern men. 1 have mil yet talked wit It
a native l''lorldan or negro, bill I mean to
with boll i before 1 return.
I will, before closing, give you my oh
Mirvatlons on the laniilug prospects viewed
from my trip to Winter I'ark. I'rom here
to I'alatka, a distance of .Mi miles, there Is
a gicat sameness, land is level and you pass
through no places of Interest except Mag
nolia and (iieen Cave Spring, and 1 saw
little ol ell her place, as llic villages are on
the liver a shun distance fiom the station.
You see very little vegetation, sand everv
vvhere, and yet everything grows but gin.
Al'lei leaving I'alatka tin- ground is more
broken, the country has a newer appear
ance. You see the track of the New lCug
lauder In the character of the dwellings,
the cultivation of the soil, the Hue orange
gloves, many of them hi 11 1 heavily laden
with the golden fruil, others too young to ,
hear. The slatlonsare freqiienl, somebor-
deling on little lakes, and many of them j
have large hotels ready to catch the Noith
eruer unit hi money. Arriving at Winter 1
1'alk the U.'ith uf I'ebruary at .'.:!( i: si., 1
sat in the plax.a in the evening overlook
ing a little lake, fanned hy one of the soft
est and gentlest of breezes such as you sel
dom feel In the best of our summer day
in Vermont. 'I'he next day, at the invita
tion of the olllcer of the society, 1 took a
ride In a sle.iin launch around the lake. It
was a delightful ride. Orange ami lemon
groves grow down to the edge of the lake
. and the bank slope gently hack and dwell
ings present a beautiful appearance, The
place, 1 am told, is settled wholly by New
Kuglauder. Nearly all the way here you
pass through a pine grove, trees tall and
limbless unlll you get to the top, and then
hardly enough foliage to cast a shade;
there Is no underbrush. You can drive
among them In all directions. This is the
Mr. Itolilnson, of whom I have .spoken,
has an orange grove at Orlando, ami a
short time since hired n man to pack itli
boxes of oranges and send to a commission
merchant In hew York. After paying all
uxpmisos lie said they netted him just 12
mils pw bo on the tree. There it mor
complaint here among orange growers than
iinionff Vermont farmer, and mile A Ver
mont mrtucr enn come here ami make up
hi mind to live like the KhiriilM cracker,
he would lietter stay In Vermont, miles he
comes for his health. Mr. Itoblnson said
he asked one of these crackers how much
money It took to run him a year. After a
Utile hesitation lie salil alniut live Hollars.
Mr. Itoblnson asked him how he managed
to sjK'tnl thai. He pulled out a plug of
tobacco and said: "Well, I have to have
some for terbackcr. and three dollars for a
suit of clothes, and little for post-olllce
itamjis."' The query with Mr. Itoblnson
wa what he could want of jMrtt-ollice
I find that ill writing of the people heie.
I have omitted much which I bail intended
to say in regard to conversations which 1
have had with some of the Methodist
clergymen, and will give it here brlelly.
Itev. .Mr. JSatemaii, Junior of Hie .Metho
dist church at South Jacksonville, said
they had separate chinches for the negroes.
He rclntcd a leceiit experience of an evan
gelist who came to preach at lCgdsUm, a
place where they had an auditorium on the
Chautauqua plan, and where they. also hold
camp meetings and revival meetings. This
icvivalist after his sermon invited all to come
forward, when tbeie was a rush of colored
people to the ft of it and the whites soon be
gan to leave, and it was not long before hi
audience was solid black; the whites had ,
ill left. He said he hail to tell the negroes
that he could not have them there; they
had a church of their own and must go
there. Itev. Mr. McWaltcrsof Daytona and
Itev. Mr. I'illsbiiry of (Jrecn Cove Springs
had similar experience. ThoV' men were
ill Itepulilic.ins and Noithern men, the two
former having icsidcd here about 10 years,
the latter only about thiee months. I had
quite an Inteiesting conversation with the
Itev. Mr. rillsbury, who live about
miles from here in the pine woods. Then
is not another dwelling within a half-mile
of him, and all the society and congrega
tion he has ale Hie native crackets. Sir.
I'illsburv is an educated man who came
here from Marietta, and he ald he had no
conception before he came of the degreda
tlon of the poor whites. "Why," he says, 1
"they held together like a lot of animals."
'I'he worst part of It Is the fact that they
have no moral sene to which hi- can ap
peal. They have lived in this way Irotn
generation to generation. I'rom what 1
can learn it is much worse in the northern ,
part of the stale, wliele it has been longer
settled and where the settlers are mainly
the poor whiles of (ieonrla. They live
chielly on sweet potatoes, pork and Florida
syrup, which 1 much like sorghum. They
will boll sweet potatoes, mash them, mix
with syrup ami bake II. This they call
pone. Most of them raise a little paleh of
sugar cane from which they make their
own syrup. This cane is kept here on sale
at, I am tulil. three cents for a cane live or
six leet long. The negioes aie very fond
of il, as aie the natives. Kvcry day I see
them as thev are riding hy. with a long
piece of cane uiiilei their arm, from which
they -slip oil the outside and cut otf pieces
of the inside and chew it. It is very juicy
The resideiitcrs heie complain much of
the winter being a hard one hulas we have
nothing hut a Northern winter with which
to compare II we come to a ditferent con
clusion. I have said nothing of the Flori
da How ers. We have had the linest dis
play of roses all winter long and have now
the fragrant orange blossoms. A short
time since, at the invitation .of Mr. Itobln
son, who had engaged a naptha launch for
the purpose, we accompanied him and his
family with other friends to the noted villa
of Mrs. Mitchell, a few miles up the river.
It Is a lovely place on the east bank of the
St. .lohn riversurioiinded by a large orange
grove, live oaks, peach, tig, dale and ba
nana trees, and the tall ami slender ham
boos. There W a variety of shrubbery and
How ers of all kinds, and a large fountain
with an abundant supply of water furnishes
two miniature lakes. It present a fairy
scene. We went from here down the river
several miles to 'he Cummiiigs orange
grove. Here we saw what money could
do a beautiful resilience, grounds taste
fully laid out, an orange grove of lit) acres
in full bearing. I never saw apple trees in
Vermont more heavily laden with fruit.
In the midst of this we saw a hiigh live
oak which measured from the tip of the
limbs on one side to the cud of the limbs
on llic other 1 feet. 1 should think at
the trunk the limbs ran down to about
eight feel of the ground and at the end
about six feet. .Inst Imagine if you can one
limb nearly four rods in length. And
while writing of tiees I must not forget
the magnolia, a beautiful tree whose foli
age looks as though il had been polished.
Let me say In closing that The rim-nix,
although always a welcome visitor, never
met with so cordial a n ption as since we
came to I'loiida. livery local item we
scan with Inleiest, even from distant parts
of the county.
w. n. c.
( nsl I pnl Inn Is positively cured hy ('inter's hit
tie laver Pills. Not liy purging nr weakening the
liowels, lint liy legnlating anil hlrenu-tlifnlug
t lii-in Til ih Is ilene by Improving the digestion
lint) htiiiinlallng llic lit r to the proper secretion
of lille. when tin-Ihiwi-Is will Mrrorni their cus
tomary functions In mi eas and natural manner,
riirgntlve pills must Ih-uvoIiIi-iI Ak for Curler's
l.lllle l.lver Tills Price U , ccntu
THE BEST FOR EVERY PURPOSE.
x fS 71- "
Whooping Couth, Sronohitli u4 Aithmi. a wruia
urt tat Conftumption In or.l !, n.t ur rillf In
lvnetJ lUgei. Uuuoiux. You will tet the (i.
ill.nt effect after Uklnr the firit dote. Soio i.;
eviLra eTtrwbtre. Lug boulee, bOeeou ,u4 f l.w.
Harvard college and it friend have
been annoyed over the refKJrt of a sMr!i
which 1' resident litiot made before the
Mormons at Salt I.akeClty while Mopping
there on hi return lo the ltast from San
Kranelsco. Hi worrit are said to have
"A I came over the plains I thought of
that early journey when the first colonist
marched aero them under the guidance
of a Christian church, and this reminded
me of another pilgrimage, though across
the water. I refer to the l'ilgrini
father. They, too, went a long way to
escape K'reeuthm. Tl cy, too, sullered
lianlships for a principle. They, too, were
llred with religion enthusiasm and Mmitht
freedom also to worship God. Here in
tills valley has risen the question of relig
ious liberty. Here you founded a colony
that you might worship (iod according to
the dictate of your conscience. In Mass
achusetts all churches are equal before Un
law. These is no liaison why this relig
ious liberty may not be enjoyed in all oth
er states and territories as well as In Massa
chusetts, l.et us devote ourselves to this
liberty, civil and leliglous, for associations
of every sort ami for the individual also.
If I could do something to unite the ele
ments In this territory and bring them to
seek religious Illicit)- as It Is known in oth
er parts of the country, it would lie to me
a great reward."
ricslde.nl Kllot also reminded the
"saints" Ihal there is a colony of Mormon
student at Harvard. He is said to have
pronounced this rejiortof his remarks "un
trustworthy," but at Salt hake its authen
ticity Is insisted upon. "Mr. Kllot seems
to have forgotten," one of the Indignant
Harvard professors said, "that the. Mor
mons simply use religion as cover for their
beastly practices. It is an outrage to com
pute them to the I'ilgrlm fathers. He has
forgotten the Danite massacres. He has
forgotten how many honest American em
igrants lie in unmarked graves, or their
hones strew the .plains, because they
were cruelly butchered hy the Mormons,
lie has forgotten the thousands of unfort
unate women who have been enticed from
liuiope to live the-life of slaves ill a ha
rem." I'resldeiil Kllot' case is not the first one
where a prominent man has been taken in
charge by the leading Mormons, shown
the favorable side of their institutions, and
dined and wined until the palaver hai the
'file .tlaplf Sii(-r Troll.
A Montpclier despatch to the ltoitoii
Journal, dated tin- 211th, say: The maple
sugar season in Vermont is about 10 (lavs
later than il was last year and il has not
fairly opened yel. There has been but
little sugar made up to the present time,
the weather having been too cold for sap to
run freely except ill the most favored lo
calities. In central and northern Vermont
there are from l.'i to 2.1 inches of snow on
the gioimd in the sugar bushes, which has
not been appreciably decreased during the
past week. At the government labo
ratory here onlv N! samples of sugar made
hy licensed producer? In New Kngland
j have been received for inspection up to
! this noon, which represents about 10,000
I pounds. The sugar forwardisl by the
weighers has all been tested, and with the
exception of one sample polarized over hO
degrees, one lot going above IK) degrees.
' This seems to warrant the belief that the
bulk of the sugar crop of 1K1I2 will he en
titled to the bounty of 1 cent per ikiiiiuI.
Mr. Eastman of Sharon is winning I
some note as probably the only woman in
the stale and possibly the United Suites
who ever caused a son arrested for burglary.
, As the son was gathering up his effects to
leave home he took with 1 1 1 m by mistake
I Mime article of clothing not hi own, w hich
he piomptly returned, hut his mother
caused his arrest for burglary, and his trial
will occur at the approaching'tcrm of Wind
sor county court.
A lloston assayist, who has recently ex
amined a ledge III the farm of I.. A. Irish
of Westford, finds that the rock contains
15 per cent of copper. The ledge crops
out in .several places in a distance of less
than a mile, and as the vein is only half a
mile from the Lamoille railroad he ex
pects that the mint- can be operated at a
prolit. If the rock is 15 percent of copper
on the surface, the probability is that il
will he richer at a greater depth. Delias
completed a contract for the erecting of
buildings and procuring machinery to de
velop the mine, and work will he begun as
soon as possible.
Snft ty In ttif .II(ltl of lrancrr.
This uotiM MM'm u contradiction to ho, in fact,
to the eye Hut exerlenct' has imwl Hh ms
1i lit'. Take the cam of the huli vl.lual wui
dut'ilrt In a malarious reltfon A rohust constitu
tion is rut certain defence uainM. the dreaded
chill What is Recorded testimony, cowrlii;
a (ktIih) little fchnrt of half n century, proven
that IloMetler'K Stomach Ilitlent to nreoiHely thto.
Thto continent does not limit the field w hern the
medicine haw proved IU efllcncy In South
America, the Isthmus T l'ainuim. Mexico, every
where In fact where iiiiaHina Itorn disea.se takes
on ftH most olisthmte ami forinidahltUviieH the
Hitlern Ik a rt'cocnird Nprcille in Illimitable de
mand and piVMTihed hy phjhlciaiiK of repute
l'oteut, too, is it iiidisorderhof the stomach, liver
ami Ikmels and aainM that destroyer la Kriie,
It Improves aptetile and sleep, neutralizes rlieu
matUmaiid kidney complaints.
I If your coiif-h keeps ynu awake and restless nt
nlht, take Aer'n Cherry Pectoral and obtain
' Immediate relief. Tins miied allay hillaininu
tion, heato the pulmonary organ, Induce bleep
and restore health The MMiucr you begin the
lllieiiiiuit Utn Cured In h liny.
''Myotic Cure' for Rheumatism and Neumlcia
rudieall) cures in one to thlie day 1th action
upon the ii)htem to remarkable and mysterious
It mmowKat once the can e and the disease im
I mediately dittapeurh The first dote treat I y
hetiHllU Seventy lUe centh Sold by (loo. K
(irerii, ItnitfKisl, Itrattleboro.
I One of my chlldtett had n ery Iwd discharge
I from her m e. To physicians prchcrihod, but
without benellt. We tried KlyV Cream Halm,
and much to our tuirpriso, then vnt ft marked
Improvement. We continued using the Halm ami
In a Rhort time the discharge was cured. O. A
Cary, Corning, N. Y.
VlllllililllH limt 1'iit-lii,
Ills chant on the ih-ath of Lincoln.
O t'liptaln! my Captain' our fearful trip Is ilonej
The ship has weathei'il ever- rack, the prlw we
sought is won;
The K"'t Is near, the Ik-Ux 1 hear, the ixsiplo all
While follow eye the xti-aily keel, the viwm-1 (jrliu
Hut () heart' heart' heart!
I) the IiIiiiIIiil- drops of red,
When- on the deck my captain II,,
I'lilleil cold and dead.
OC'nptulu' my Cn l ui ii ' lisoupiind hear the U-lls;
I Jtise up- fur ou the line; Is llunj; - for you the bu
J'ni' you iMiiupieU and rihlionM wreaths for you
the shon-h a croviitln;
For you they call, tlio swaying mass, their cnuer
i ihcch luruuiK;
' Here, Captain! deorfnther!
i This iirni iH-ueath your head;
I It In some il renin that on I ho deck
loirve fallen cold and dead,
Sly Cartjiln dots, not answer, Ills lips urn pain mid
liy father doen not fis-1 my arm, lm lias no pulse
Tho hhlp is anchored wife and sound, IU ToyaKO
closed and done;
From fearful trip the victor ship eomtw In Willi
lLvult, 0 shores, ami ring, 0 Mis I
Hut , with mournful tnyid,
Walk the deek my captain Xka,
Milieu cold nml dend,
It Takes the Ca ke
Makes it shorter, richer,
and sweeter-flavored than
butter, and you use only g
ounces to a pound of sugar.
The cake keeps fresh long
er, and you save from 1 1 to
19 cents per pound by its
use. What is it ?
A new discovery, and the
choicest cooking fat known.
For shortening all kinds of
bread, cakes, biscuit, rolls,
pie-crust, patties, pastry, &c.
It has received the highest
encomiums from French
chefs and skilled teachers
of cookery, and it is most
inexpensive and economi
cal, for half a pound of Cot
tolcne will do the work of a
pound of lard or butter.
Ask your grocer for it.
Manufactured only by
N . K. FAIRBANK & CO.
S Central Wharf, Boston.
filrk Ileftdarheand rhv all th troubles Incl
ilnt t" n (ui ms Mut i.f thf m stern such an
iJizififfeh Nauta I Jr--w mii- s . ls n-ss ulU-r
-Atniff I'uiu in tlH m ! hde their nriht
ri-muf kuiile but it has liwn shwn in c-uring
Hertdfintir yet f 'akticii r Little Liven Pills
an- t-.jualh valnaUe in ( mstiihat. n runng
and pre ventmc tins amu -vine rwmilaint. whil
the also c irrt rt all disorders of the Rtmnach,
Ktnnulatft the Urvr and rvgulate the bowels.
Even If they only cured
Arh they would be- almrwt pnrelew to those
who suffer from this diMreKstne complaint;
hut fortunately their poodm does not end
here, and thrw who oncf try thriit will And
these little pllU raluahle in s many ways that
thoy will not be willing lo do uilliout them
Ilut after all bick head
Is the lanr of no many lives tliat hcn Is where
r nmtn our KTtvit boast. Our pills cure It
while others do not
C!rtkr's 1.itti.e I.iver Tiliji are very small
ami very easy to take One or t o pills make
a dose. They are Mrictly M-eetable and do
not Rrlpe or puree, hut hy their Rentle action
please all who use them In vials at 25 cents;
five for 81 Bold every here, or sent by mall.
CA1TS2 Uiri:aTC CO., lttw Tat
Small H Small Sose. Smill Prico,
MY MOTHER KNOWS
111 how to polish hor
stove wlthou t covorl n e
horaolf and every
thing else with dirt.
She always uses
.It bolriK a paste, cannot spill
like a liquid, will not burn,
makes no dust, no smell, elves
a Jot black Rloss. and Is easily
applied. Your dealer keeps It.
try one box, 5 and IO cts., or
sond 2 cts. for sample to
J. L. PRESCOTT & CO., Ho. Berwick, He.
C. P.GILSON, Auctioneer,
Woht Clie.Ntorllelii, X. II.
Sales attiMHlti! to In New Ilanimhire. Vermont
and Massachusetts, t'oiinectt-il hy telephone.
Orders may Is- left ill The I'liimilx Oftlce. Hruttle
VX exivlleiit WIIVINd HOltSi: n kikkI Hurl
er, very wiillc. mx Jean. old. rnlor. Imv He
was ruistsl 111 1 lus wrmitv mid Is a very desiralile
hoi'M Also 1 jilui' mi. t ir.iers-, carpenters,
tiHils. mid some other tiling, fan Is- s,en on the
premises of the late (I I doiilil. South Vernon,
Vt II tf
Is co.nposoclof pure and wholcsomo
roinody in tho miiikot i or COUGHS,
Best grown in China. Finest drank in America.
Packed only in half-pound and pound tea-lead packages.
The same as served in the Japanese Garden at the Pure Food Exhibition.
We send free, on receipt of a sc. stamp, sample of either Formosa
Oolong or English Breakfast Tea. State your choice.
CHASE Si SANBORN, Boston, Mass.
We sell only to the trade.
IT HAS A LASTING
SUBSTANCE AND A
UNEQUALED IN ANY
zvnd it is rnade by
Ituvo just received u lew
airloads oT White Meal which
will sell at n somewhut less
price than yellow corn meal.
We have a small part of the
car of Corn It run left yet and
at tho price we olfer it, this
is a creat hnrgain.
We have due one or two
cars of Agricultural Salt ,
which is the hest fertilizer
known. We have samples
which can he seen hy calling
at our warehouse or ollice.
Feed of all kinds nt whole
sale and retail.
Flour at wholesale only.
E. CROSBY & CO.
Best in Everything.
Sujierlor course of practical study. Fifteen
teachers, lluslness houses supplied with com
petent assistants. Visitors welcome. For cata.
lopie address, I'arnell ,i Ciutchess, Albany, JC. Y
inccrotliojits.nndistho most roliablo
COLDS and ASTHMA. 10s. & 35ots.
I BUILD TO ORDER
Express and Grocer Wagons,
Farm Wagons of all kinds,
Log Trucks, best you ever saw,
Milk Wagons and Meat Carts.
I CARRY IN STOCK
A large assortment of Buggies,
Surreys, Road Carts, Sleighs,
Harness, Robes, Blankets, etc.,
At lowest possible prices.
Repairing and Painting
At short notice by skilled workmen.
Drop me a card
If you want to trade.
M. S. LEACH, HINSDALE, N, H.
T. W. BARNARD.
A Special Bargain in Night Robes
At .W. cents and $1, and the be-l line of
F It O SI
50 Cts to SI.
VV are now showing a new line of IIHESS
OOODS. in Worsted and Wash (ioods. and a full
line of Linen Towel. Napkins ami Crashes.
Buy Your Cottons ol' Us and
For Sale, In Brookline, Vt.
Three mile from New fane Depot. Knoun oa
the Samuel Stehhins Farm; US acres of pood
Und, lays wurm and sunny. Keepn a head of
cattle, team and some hheep Good comfort
able farm buildings Itaiwn) last )'eart 'J70 baskets
corn, tX) bushels oat. bushels barlea, and other
crops; over 400 sutrar tret. Price f!500. Fur
tlier part icti lars at
F J IJAILEY A CO.'S Agencj
For Sale, A Snug Little Farm,
Thirteen miles; out on a Rood level road. Lajs
w arm and ealry extra pood huitdinpK; supar lot
of 800 to 400 trees with tools for Kucar-makiui;.
VIenty of fruit; keep six cows and teams; is in a
pood neighborhood. This farm must be sold this
spring.and a pood farm will be given.
F. J. 11AILEY i CO.
For Sale, 180-Acre Farm
Seven miles out of Itrattleboro. This is a pood
hill farm and must be sold lieforo April 1st. The
sugar place ought to pay for this farm nlone In
live years; there are Htm pood sugar trees now
ready for u and I MM more growing. PickB
from M lo 100 barrels grafted fruit, in bearing
year, and will keep 12 cows and team the year
round. F. J. HA I LEY A l'i i
For Sale, In Bernardston, Mass.,
A summer residence or desirable home een
t rally located In the village and neur the l'owers
liisiiiine About is acre ol laud with a variety !
of fruit Ijvrge two story house suitable fur i '
families or one All the living rouus are heated 1
hy steam vt Ith a oonl furnace The house is in '
thorough repur intide tiood tiarn and garden,
buildings all slate roof We will give a bargain '
on this house if siild liefore April 1st l'rice Sak'
F. .1 HAI1.EY ,t l'n
For Sale, In Hinsdale,
A pood house, barn, parden, and several build
ing lots. We will plve a more definite descrip
tion of this projierty next week with the price.
F.J. HAILEY & CO.
For Sale, Farms.
We hare a large list of pood farms that can be
bought at fair price this spring. All sizes and
prices from 10 acre to KX) acre and from JiiOO to
SS5,000 in price. They are not abandoned farms,
hut good productive farms and located near pood
markets. Come and see us or send for descrip
tions. F.J. BAILEY & CO.
Itcnl Estate Agents.
JUtATTI.KUOHO, . vt.
Farm for Sale.
THE HOME FARM and outlands, 108 acres
U'longinp to the estate of Win. Adams late
of llrookllue, deceased, are now oiTert for sale
This farm is located In the central part of the
town, on a good road about live miles from New.
faue less than hair a mile from l'lerce's chair
stock mill and blacksmith shop, half a mile f roin
schoo house, one mile to church. The tillage
land Is nearly all level and in good condition.
The house. U thoroughly finished from bottom to
top, four large rooins;and nine sleeping rooms,
convenient for keeping boarders. Itunnlng water
nt house und bams. Some of the outbuildings
are slated. Any one desiring a good farm with
good surroundings will do well to inspect this
placo lief ore purchasing. For further particulars
and terms enquire of the subscriber.
nii , , J-U. STEUUINS, Adra'r."
Brookline, March 16. 115.15
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Every variety 'if lireud and patry constantly on
Crackers Fresh Daily.
Cuke of all Kinds.
I I'lnin, Oriiuiiit'iitiil, Fruit,
' Sponge, .Idly, ('renin. Angel, Arc.
1 Cookies and Confectionery.
tSrHak(l lJeant. ami Hrow n lii-ad early Sun
THURBER & CORBETT.
H. E. BOND,
Has CaakeU and ItnVs to ell, ha an Estey
Orsan to hell or rent, has Kmlialininc Fluid,
Cablnels and lie-Ininienis to wll, and in fact
everything repilreil hy undertakers or the trada.
Stoue in Tylkk Dlock
9 Main St., Brattleboro.
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TUNES YOUR PIANO?
Having competent workmen for tuning and re
ulatlns pianos, any order left at our ofHce or re
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All Work Guaranteed.
ESTEY ORGAN COMPANY.
A Rare CIiiiucp for Husiness.
rpHE undersigned lieing in poor health, from
X close confinement to liusiiirss for a quarU-r
' of a century, offers for sale his business located
in the villape of Putnev and consisting of a gen
eral goods store also n.eal and feed Will sej,
i or rent the store building For terms or nartieui
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