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Cut Prices in Summer Shoes ! AH Tan Shoes are now offered at greatly reduced prices. Men's $3.50 Tan Lace, . now $2.73 " ' Patent Oxford?, " 2-73 " 3.00 " Lice, . " 2.47 2.50 -..' . V 1.98 2.00 " . " 169 1.50 " " . " 1-23 1.25 " . " -99 Ladies' $3.00 Tan Lice & Oxf'ds, now $2.47 " 2.50 " " " I-9& 2.00 " " " " l-&9 L50 " " " " 1-23 1.23 " " " .99 Boys' $2.00 Tan Lace, now $1.69 1.50 " " - " . 1-23 Youths' 1.75 " " ' " 1.47 1.25 " " " .99 0 These goods are all of the Latest Styles. We don't carry over goods from one season to another but make each season stand its own losses. DUNHAM BROTHERS, BELLOWS FALLS AND BRATTLEBORO. WHEtJ TO BUY A SEPARATOR. Many a live dairyman wonders how many cows he fills all these requirements. After finding the price of the sized machine he wants, he should determine the exact amount 01 income from the dairy. This will be increased the year through about twenty per cent through the use of Sharpies Separator ; and in addition the dairyman will have his skim milk warm and sweet, and in such con dition that it will have a feeding value of at least fifteen cents per hundred pounds. With these facts m mind, it will be found that the separator is a profitable investment with as few as four or five good cows. THE SHARPIES COMPANY, Canal and Washington Sts . Chicago' P. M. SHARPLES, West Chester, Pa., U., S. A. YOUR CHOICE of our Shirts for 75c. ONE LOT boys' 50c Shirts to close sX 25c. STRAW HATS at about one-half price. LAST CALL on children's Etc. GREAT MARK-DOWN COMPLETE LINE of Trunks, Bags, Extension Cases. A GOOD HAMMOCK for $1.00. Better ones if you want them. 0. 0. GRAY & Chase Furniture Co. Chase Furniture Co. GET THE BEST! RUBBER CARRIAGE TIRE fitted to your carriage and enjoy riding on all roads. The Sectional Carriage Tire is Best ! in ease of attaching and repairing, absolute freedom from vibration, will not throw mud, less liable to cut. See Sample at C. T. SHERWIN'S BICYCLE STORE. Headqaarten for Gamerts and Supplies, should have in his herd to make a cream separator a profitable machine for him. He can easily make this calculation himself. He, of course, wants a sep arator that will not wear out, one that will not be expensive in the way of repairs, and one that will be easy to operate. Undoubtedly THE SKARPLES SEPARATOR 1.50 Shirts for $1.00. 1.00 Wash Suits, Crash Pants, on men's and boys' Suits. CO.. . . . BELLOWS FALLS, VT. On the 16th day of August we shall begin one of the largest carpet sales ever held in Ver mont to last ten days only. We have an extra large stock on hand and as we must reduce it to make room for our fall goods, we shall dispose of these carpets at a; great sacrifice. ' We invitejyoutocalland look our stock over. Bicycles and Sanfrles, Repairing and Rentlng.'axdFitchbu-garebotbsuppiiadbyu. m. Bellows Falls Times SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1899. Bellows Falls News. C. H. Gibson was in Boston Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Julia Cole and Miss Alice Frost were in Keene Monday. W. J. Covey of Contocook, N. H., was in town Wednesday on business. Miss Beatrice Carpenter of Gardner, Mass., is visiting at Alfred Dow's. W. E. Conway starts on a two weeks' vacation from The Backet today. Misa Daisy Webb oi Rockingham is the guest of Carlton Webb and family. Mrs. A. B. Mack and son of Brattle- boro are the guests of A. L. Mack. Edward Burnett has returned from Bos ton after a three weeks' visit there. Miss Jessie Judd returned Monday to her home in South Hadley Falls, Mass. " Mrs. Walter Hodge of Fitchburg is vis iting her parents, F. W. Burnett and wife. Miss Juna Fifield leaves tonight for a two weeks' vacation from Wales' dry goods store. . Mrs. Cbapin Howard of Grafton is the guest of Mrs. E. C. Fairbanks on the Old Terrace. ' John Lawrence expects to leave Monday for his vacation from Norwood & Field's Hardware Store. , Mr. Burnham, an old New England League baseball player, was in town sever al days this week. Edward B. Hough' on of Northampton, Mass., is expected today to spend Sunday at E. O. Young's. Lawrence Cannon has been at his home in Ashuelot since Wednesday. He ex pects to return today. Miss Katherine Sullivan returns to work in the New York Racket Monday after a vacation of two weeks. Mrs. C. E Bailey returns to New York today alter having made her sister, Mrs. C. H. Gibson, a week's visit. Misses Edith Wetherbee and Angie All bee are at Lake Sunapee with a party of 12 young ladies from Springfield. Harold E. Shedd of this place and Miss Dora B. Archer of Chester are to be mar ried Monday at 6 p. m. in Chester. Mrs. William Flanders, who has for some time been at Rouses Point, Lake Champlain, returned home yesterday. Miss Isadora Morehouse cf the Saxtons River French school was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. R. B. Dodge, Wednesday. Miss Cora Lovell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lovell, is ill with scarlet fever. The house on Atkinson street is quaran tined. J. J. Sculley and wife of Roxbury, Ma;s., were in town over Sunday. They were on a carriage drive and visited friends here. W. H. Close, formerly employed by Buckman & Wetherbee, went to Schenec tady Wednesday and will remain in that city. Mrs. Frances Osgood and niece, Miss M arion Tallant of Concord arrived Thurs day for a visit with Mrs. Osgood's sister, Mrs. M. H. Ray. Mrs. A. S. Powers is in White River Junction, where Miss Sylvia has been vis iting for some time. They expect to return next week. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Elliott, Miss Mar garet Egan, and Louis Robertson took a carriage ' drive to Lowell lake Tuesday and returned Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Bush of Boston passed thrcugh here this week on a car riage drive through Vermont. They vis ited J. and E. W. Bush. Dr. Campbell and wife, Dr. G.'H. Gor ham and wife, Miss Mary Ward and sev eral others went on the excursion to Block Island starting from Brattleboro this morn ing. Harley Chandler expects to leave Mon day for a tw j weeks' vacation from his du ties at the F. B. F. He will go to Boston, York Beach and several other watering places. John Carter caught his left hand in the calenders in Moore & Thompson's paper mill last Wednesday morning. The first three fingers were badly jammed but note were taken off. The noted trick dog "Jack" passed through here Wednesday on his way north to fairs to be held in Canada. "Jack" is well known here as one of the best trick dogs now living. Miss Carrie Mason takes a two weeks' vacation from tbe office of the Vermont Farm Machine Co., beginning Monday. She expects to spend the most of the time at her home in Townshend. ' The Bellows Falls base ball team has a game with Saxtons River next Tuesday at Saxtons River. The last game played by these two team was an exciting two inning game. A hot game is expected next Tuesday. Rev. William Excell oi Cambridge, N. Y., preached at the Congregational church last Sunday. Tomorrow the pulpit will be filled by Riv. George Wiley ot Hebron, N. Y., and the following two Sundays Rev, Harry Dascomb will occupy the pulpit. Mr. Dascomb is the son of Rev. A. B. Dascomb. who was for tec years pastor of the Congregational church here. Cleaner Traveling. Not all roads will ficd it practicable to I use coke. Roads nsing anthracite will not I need to change, as hard coal is as cinder less and smokeless as coke. Only tbose I who can obtain coke as a by-product will reive op bituminous. The Boston & Maine Whitney of Bostiln,- who las Urge quami in s leu over iu tuo waaiug ui uueap gas Iir rnaria that, rannnfc nrnmirn if. in - such way as tbii, coke is too expensive. Tbe Fitchburg and the Boston & Mai.ie railroads are interested in the attempt iu give a uiominr paasanger service. Tn ftililition fcrt thft mire Vinrnintv tnnv V . ., , "v r experimenting with orude petroleum to lay iuti uuii. ilia ipniiMeu on me roaubiu twicj in a season and gives promise ot serv ing tlia rtfsir.'rl mirnnn. Thn Vi'ti.kk..... O I I l..UTIUIg has a few miles treated in tbat way and the uubiuu ix mania una gone into it more ex tensivnlv. Shrulrl tliH nnkn anH nil - vii UVJIU give satisfaction, as now seems probable . . : v.. -I :il 1 1. i .. 1 trnvDuug ur ra i win uo uiuiu cieaner tnan it has ever been Keene Sentinel. Things Abolished. These are some of tbe thincrs the New York Life has abolished in lite insurance contra- ts. They remain in the policies of other companies. 1. 1 be words ".Null and void." 2 The words " Risks not assumed bv the company." 3. I he words And all payments thore on shall be forfeited to the company." 4. The words " Which application is hereby rererred to and made a part of this contract." 5. The words " The assured shall not." The new policies of the New York Life Insurance company are absolutely free of au conuiiions, ana are noniorieitanie alter the first premium is paid. They are backed by over $225,000,000. They are the most liberal contracts ever issued bv any company. Those contemplating insur ance should ask L. S. Hayes regarding tnem. A Great Attraction. , Next Tuesday evening Pierce's Ameri. can and Spanish' war exhibition and illus trated lectures will open at Bellows Falls and give five exhibitions for one week, and judging from report they will be well worth seeing. This entertainment consists of moving or animated pictures projected on a huge screen by means of Edison's Wargraph or Kinetoscope. The pictures are true photographs oi scenes from the late war and interesting to every beholder Among tbem are scenes of charging ctval ry ; capture ot a Spanish fort ; battle be tween Spaniards and Americans at Uuan tanamo; battle of Santiago, and many others. Attached to the show are comed ians who will appear in vocal and inntru mental music, songs and dances, black face specialties, feats of magic, etc. There should be a large artendanci . Virginian Mistaken For a Sea Ser pent. Three lads who mistook William Barnes, a wealthy resident of Port Norfolk, for a sea serpent and shot him through the chin while he was swimming at midnight recent ly were arraigned Deiore a magistrate me other day and their cases continued one week, says the Alexandria Gazette. Par sons, the boy who fired the shot, declares that he and his companions were frightened at the antics of Barnes, who is an expert swimmer, and when haaded for their boit feet foremost, spurting water, they thought him a ferocious monster of the deep and fired. Barnes will recover. Excursion Sunday August 20. A special train will leave Bellows Falls at 7 OU a. m., and reterboro at a.uu a. m., Sunday August 20 for Lake Pleasant, stop ping at intermediate stations; only 35 1. 70 for round trip from all points. Mary E. Lease of Kansas will speak at 2 o'clock. The Schubert quartette of Bos ton and Stratton's Oonratio Orchestra will furnish excellent music during the day. President Sam of ITaltl. It Is far less easy to get to the pres ident of Hayti than to Mr. McKlnlev. of the White House. The pavllion- llke paflace In the Chaoop' de Bare, surrounded by its little park, inclosed by a tall iron grating, with lookout boxes at the angles, a large" and strong military barrack at the rear, and field cannon posted here and there, could stand a considerable siege, and with a faithful garrison would be proof against almost any mob attack. There in no end of etiquette involved in the approach to Son Excellence, yet I was favored with fortunate oppor tunities for seeing Mr. Simon Sam. (Tall and massive, with an immense paunch, and features and hue that are typically African, as you gaze at him in his sumptuous uniform, gorgeous with gold lace and a brilliant silk ecarf, you cannot help picturing to your mind'e eye his hypothetical ap pearance as a mid-African chief, with huge feathers in his topknot, only a rattle-beaded clout about his loins, a nail-studded war club in one hand, and about Ihim a band of dusky savages more naked than himself, instead of these strutting gentlemen in tall bats and European clothes, and tbese o'he prancing gentlemen in gaudy trap pings, with tinkling spurt and Jingling swords. President Sam, however, is not, as it appears thus far, a man to, be per sonally feared. His selection waa a aompromise, and he is only the figure head of the present oligarchs, posing as a moderate statesman, while in truth he is only a rather dense-brained slow-witted and lethargic old soldier, ft is understood that In state affairs he Ss almost wholly guided by his mlnls fiers, of whom Brutus St. Victor, in charge of the foreign department, and Tancrede Auguste, of tlhe department of the interior, are t iprobaMy the ablest i - , In trying on her brother's clothes a Montana woman pulled the necktie too tight and was strangled. HUMPHREYS' YETERnuRrsPEcincs FEVERS. Lone Feer, Milk Foyer. ot'J2sspbai:v8' lmenew. RbeamatUm, ctJmb EPIZOOTIC, DUIemper. FFi COLIC. Bellyache. Diarrhea. G.U. PrercDU MISCARRIAGE. SfiJL I KIDXEY A BLADDER DISORDERS. cc'nk) 1 MAXGE. Skin DteaM. &aBAD CONDITIO. Blaring Coat. Gfe each: Stable Case. Ten Specific, Book, ftc, ft At dniKRlsia or aent prepaid on receipt of price. Humphreys' 'Medicine Co., Cor. wiulam ft John St.. New York. ktertmart Mawal Shut Kkk. NERVOUS DEBILITY, VITAL. WEAKNESS and Prostration from Over work or other causes. Humphreys' Homeopathic Specifio No. 28, in use over AO years, the only successful remedy. $1 per Tial,or 5 rials and large rial powder, for $5 8oW t.y DrwtirtMa, mr MM p- ftd sa coipi rtc B(WIIUS,aUfc,ChWuaafeaasia.,mXrk AN ANIMALS' NEItVES. THEY HAVE BEEN GRAFTED TO " MAN'S. " 1 ' TV A.n Interesting Instance of tills Trans plantation Out of a Soora nt Casea No One UaooTered Entirely-Muscular Power Improved In Four Cnaea, In a certain proportion C tasea of Injuries to nerves the enda cannot be brought together and a (portion of nerve obtained from one of the lower animals or from an amputated has been Implanted. Dr. B. Peterson contributed an Important article to transplantation of nerves to the Amer ican Journal of the Medical Sciences which contains an original case and an analysis of the email number of pieviuady recorded oases. ., A man. aged 24, was severely Injured in the right wrist by a ciroular saw. The ulnar artery and flevor tendons were severed. The tetter were im mediately sutured. He lost sensibility la the hand and later there were tro pfbic changes glossy skin, corrugated nails and ulceration ot the ekln. and marked atrophy of the small muscles. Five months after the injury the di vided ends of the median nerve were exposed. They were found to be inlted by connective tissue. The prox imal end formed a hard bulb. Tha connective tissue and the bulb wera removed, leaving a gap. So much tcroe was required (to .bring together the cut ends that transplantation of nerve was decided upon. Four centimeters of the sciatic nerve of a young black hound were sutured iietween .the ends with a kangaroo ten don. A similar operation was per formed oh, the ulnar nerve. On the tallowing day dlfltlnot return of sensi bility In the tthumb was found; the" Angers could not be tested without diSuirbing the bandage. Two months after operation the skin had lost its shiny look and appeared normal and tine muscles, though still atiropJilae, were regaining power. A month later sensibility was complete except on the dorsal surface of the third phalanges of the second, third and fourth lin gers. The only anaesthetic areas on the palmar aspect were on the second and third phalanges of the third and fourth finders and on the third phalanx of the second finger. There are twenty recorded cases of transplantation ot nerves. The me. dlan nerve waa operated on In 6even cases, the ulnar in three, the median and ulnar nerves In two, tihe musculo spinal nerve In seven, and the sciatic In one. There were eight primary and :welve secondary operations. The time from the injury to the operation var ied from forty-eight hours to one and a quarter years. Eight out of the twelve cases of secondary operation ahowed Improvement in sensibility or motion, while only four out of eight cases of primary operation Improved. The interval bet-ween the ends of the divided nerves varied from three to ten centimetres, but distance did not seem to affeot the repuU. In nine cases the transplanted segments were from the sciatic nerves of dogs, In three from rabbits, in one from a kit ten. In) one from the spinal, cord of a rabbit, and in five from recently am. putated limbs. In one case an inch cf tlhe sciatic nerve which had been ex cised was itself transplanted. : In nine cases catgut was used to unite the im planted segments to the divided ends, in three silk, and in one kangaroo ten don. No case recovered entirely. The nearest approach to complete recovery took place In the case longest under observation, in which at the end oil six years sensibility had entirely re turned and the only weak muscle was the abductor polllcls. In tlhree casea there was practically recovery of sen sibility and motion and the hand was useful. Sensibility completely return ed in four cases, nearly completely in three cases, and was Improved in four cases. Muscular power Improved In four cases. There was Improvement in either motion or sensibility in twelve oases, and no Improvement in either in six cases. The average time In which sensibility appeared after the operation was about ten days; motion (returned in about two and a half months. . . Women Who Never Spenk. The severity of the Bernardines ot Anglet, Sisters of St. Bernard, most resembles that of the famous Trapplst monks. The nuns take a vow of per petual silence. The nunnery Is situat ed In the southwest corner of France, on the borders of Spain, and trader the .hadow of the Pyrenees. It was found ed by the Abbe Cestae. Every hour of the day Is carefully maped out. Each time the big clock ot the monastery chimes Whe hour, every nun falls on her knees and spends a few moments In prayer. Out in the fields it Is mar velous to see how well the oxen know these chimes directly they hear them tfhey stop Instinctively, starting on their way again the instant the sisters rise from their knees. The Bernard ines have no fear of death. Indeed, in the contrary, they long for it. When the first superior of their orffe lay dying, she had an interview with one of the nuns, who Implored Tier to Intercede on her behalf In heaven that she too might die soon. The superior sjnlrBd and In am inspired voice said that in month her request should be granted. On the day of the burial, just as the coffin waa to be closed, ths' nun drew "near ths body, whispered in its ear. and slipped a note into the dead band, imploring the superior not to forget her promise. Just a month from that date the nun, too, passed wvy, and go the promise was fulfilled. SLAVERY LONG A THORN. Its History Tear Before Unci Sam Abollabed Is. The negro question ta fiot ot recent origin. The Iliad of our -woes began la 1620," when negroes were first brought to the colony of Virginia and told as slaves. Slavery antedates Trfs tory. The traffio of Europeans in ne groes existed a half century before the j discovery of America. The very year 'in which Charles-V. sailed .with a pow erful expedition against Tunis to 'check the plradles nf the Carbary States, and to emancipate enslaved 'Christians la Africa, he gave an open legal aanrtioa ta ths Afrinaa !. trade. Whfl Independence vr&i d clared in 1776 all the colonle hold Blaves. ' I - Slavery, said the late Senator In- galls, disappeared from the Northern States "by the operation ot social, economic and natural laws," and "the North did not finally determine to de stroy this system Until convinced that Its continuance threatened not only their industrial Independence but their political Importance." In the course' of years "the peculiar institution" as sumed a sectional character. The "war between the states precipitated a cri sis. President Lincoln then began the work ot emancipation. "As command. er-i)n -chief of the army and navy In lime of war, I suppose I have the right to take any measure which may best subdue ithe enemy. I view the measure ' (the proclamation) as a practical war measure according to the advantages it will offer to the suppression of the rebellion. The Duke's Unmentionable Xnme. The Duke of Veragua, who lost an annual pension of $3,000 through the cutting off from Spain ot he Cuban revenues, does not appear to tiave much idea of the value of money, at east when it is the money ot other people. When he was in this country during the Chicago exposition he com. plained of the cost ot a telegram he wanted sent, but when he learned that the signature was not charged for he signed himself thus: Christopher Co- 'luirftms de Toledo tXiarreartequi de la Oante Almirante, Duque de Veragua de la Vega, Grande de Esparra, Sen- itlor del Kelno, Oaballero de la insigne Or den del Tolaon de Oro; Gran Crua de la Concepclon de Vlllarimosa, Qen- tll Hombre de Camara del Bey Don Alfonso XIII. Nursing Mothers dread hot weather. They know how it weakens and how this affects the baby. All such mothers need Sontt's Fmnlcinn It nivnc them strength and makes (ft the baby's food richer and (li more abundant. 50c. and SL All 1 druggists. 1. MT. TOM, HOLYOKE, MASS Kor Knights jio more In modern days be. Binae Their Roslnante and across the hills Ride, by my halidozne, to succor maids; Instead, within a roomy Mt. Tom car At ease reclining, and at peace with all. We gain the heights, and Nature's beauty view And breathe the ozone ot the sweet May air. TAKE CARS MARKED MOUN TAIN PARK AT HOLYOKE POSTOFFICE FOR mt. Ton. Strongs Roofing. Durable Because it is made of the highest grade and most substantial roofing materials known. Economical Because it lasts longer and can be applied with Jess expense than other forms of roofing. Practical Because It is adapted to all classes of buildings with flat or steep sur faces, quickly and easily applied. SAMPLES, CIKCULAItS and PRICES sent promptly on application. Strong Hardware Co., Burlington, Vt. GP-AGENTS WANTED. For ACCIDENTS Cuts Burns Bruises Wounds, Ac, Ac. It gives instant relief and cnrei quickly. Ia case of sudden illness Cramps Diarrhoea Dysentery and All Bowel Complaints it is a ffore, sofa and quick remedy. There's ONLY ONE "Pain-KiUev Perry Davis. Tw sir., S5c. and 80c Sample bottle mailed (Mention this paper.) E. J. KNAPP & CO. Bellows Fall., Vt. Dealers in Pianot, Organs and Sew ing Machines. All kinds of musical instruments, strings and fixtures. Goods sold on INSTALLMENT PLAN Call cr write for prices snd terms V 1 You 5i May W Meed Something New! Large package of the World's cleanser for a nickel. Still greater econ omy In 4 pound package. Made only TUB N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago, St. Louis, Nsw York. Boston, Philadelphia OST EO PAT H Ysni! Ar f If you do not believe ir Investigate. If you do not believe it because you know nothing about it, again I say investigate. If you do not believe it because you cannot see WHY a few simple manipulations can do what people SAY they do ; a thitd time I say investigate. Any information regarding the new science will be cheerfully furnished on application to DR. C. G. WHEELER, 32 North Main Street. Bratt'eboret Vt. At Bellows Falls Office, Gray Block, Wednesdays and Sat urdays, from -2 to 4 p. m. Examination by appointment. Correspondence solicited. August Clearance HOW ARE THESE FOR HOT PRICES ? WAISTS. 50c and 75c Shirt Wafsts now 39c. 1.00 and 1.25 ''Stanley" Waists now 69c. Best 25c Scotch Ginghams, sale price 10c. Wide Fancy Ribbons BICYCLE SUITS. Three Bicvcle Suits were i.kq. 10.00 oicycie oKirts very cneap. WHITE AND COLORED WAISTS. Wash Silk Waists $2.50. White and Colored, Lawn and PK Waists that were 1.50, now 98c. And 1.75 and 2.00 Waists now $1.15. SKIRTS. White Duck Skirts were 1.00, now 69c. " " 1.98, now $1.39. Til 1 - . j . Three white Pique Skirts were 3.98, Six " " 2.98, Crash Skirts were 98c, now 59c. Linen Shirts were 1.25, now 98c. REMEMBER THE CUT PRICES ON TAILOR MADE SUITS, JACKETS, CAPES. Ladies' 79c Night Robes now 69c. " 69c ' now 55c. DRESS GOODS 1.75 and 2.00 Black Crepons now $1.39 a yard. White, Red and Navy Blue Pique 12 1-2C Light Percales now 8 1-2C. PARASOLS. Child's Parasols were 25c and 29c, Fancy Parasols that were 1.50 25c Linen One lot of WRAPPERS. 1.50 Lawn Wrappers now 98c. 1.75 and 2.00 Lawn Wrappers now J. C. DAY & CASH DRY GOODS NEW BOOKS FOR Across the Campus, Caroline Fulter Battle of the Strong, Gilbert Parker The Strong Arm, Robert Barr The Fowler, Beatrice Harrahan And many others together with a large line of 25 and 50 cent paper books, that we are selling for 10c each. Just across the Square from the Opera House at WILLI AMS'. Book and Stationery Store. WANTED ! COMPETENT COOK axt SECOND GIRL by September 1st. Good references required and good wages to right parties. Address LOCK BOX 510, Windsor, Vt. mSEm best by regular price 38c and 50c now 19c. and 12.cn now $2.75. now $1.98. or Plain Duck was 12 1-2C, now 8 1-2C. now 19c. and 2.00, now only 98c. Dress Crashes now 15c. 1. 00 and 1.25 Fancy Silks now 79c. $1.25. AT COMPANY'S AND CLOAK HOUSE. SUMMER READING. The Market Place, Harold Frederic 11 r i.L- ri nu. v ionn or., Richard Whrteing From Sea to Sea, Kipling David Harum, Wescott !IJXlXUJr1''''''T'''J'U1'lT1'l''''MIUlM''fM''V'irTMnTUr,1al Ilsa-C. Sale. IMPLANTS. Tomatoes, Pansles, Verbenas, Asters, Geraniums, and a ruU line of bedding plants now rmdy for sale. Pleae take doe notice we do not offer to nil you a goh dollar for 90 eentt bat strictly first-class plant. BUTTERFIELD & C00L1DGE, U SCHOOL BTUXX.