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O. M, TINKHAM Editor.
All oi mmU'il :aUona for tnli department auou Id be cut to th. alitor, Mr. 0. M. TINKUAW, N. Porn tret, Vt. pleaae write un one aide of the paper orjly.alim auab name or Inltlala aa iron wlah published, bot t We your roLL iiamb and ADDBKaa.poat office, Uounty and 8 a Report i)V HITTER EXHIBIT AT DAIRYMEN'S MEET ING AT ST. JOHNSHUHY. This exhibit numbering ovor 80 Bamplea w:is ly far the largest ever ruaile in llie stain, nd, with one exception, Ibe largest in Now Kngland. The samples were ilivi-lcii of nil names and murks, the nniiiM of makers taken off on a list, and giv i ihe eanie number as wns placed on the nutter. The descriptions which accompanied were marked the same, and lilcd away by the secretary, (there were si'viii ul descriptioas which had no name given, and It could not be atoertuined where it came from.) Not till all this wns done, was Ihe judge in the exhibition rouiu, and when bs oame and begun bis testing, all he bad for a gnide was the butter in its various s'yles, each on a slip of paper on which was the number Each sample was bored and tested from i's middle to get the true IKvor and quality. No person was present wilh the judge while the examination was progress except the secretary who took iluwn the numbers and remarks of the judge as the exhibits were pissed upon Many of the descriptions wciu not full but did very well, on that more. The directions given were, to mark No 1, all such as he would put on hi-, oounter as ranking with Iowa creamery, and retailing at about 40 oents per pound Any poorer was to rank No. 2, 3, etc, and if any was found bettor it was to be classed "Fancy." One sample only was classed as such No. 30., niado by Geo 15. Williams, Esq., of Walpole, N. 11 Remarks by judge: Pretty high oolor, but right shade, best sample struck yet, lightly salted, comes nearest the but'or sold as fancy at 75 cents to $1.00 a pound I could sell that to n customer of mine for 70 cents. Description by maker : cows full blood Jerseys, feed, hay cut before blossoming, twico a day, rowen once, 2 quarts yellow corn meal twice a day, set in cold air 24 hours, cream stands till slightly soured, Bullard's oscillating churn When cream is just "breaking" 2 quaris of brine half as strong as will dissolve is added to 30 pounds of butter.tlu n churned till gatherod, when it is drawn til, brine and buttermilk worked out,salted with one- half ounce Biggins' salt, stands 24 hours then put in prints, uncolored. (I may say here that since the close of the exhibition I have received a letter saying the writer understood Mr. Harris, (the expert,) was a member of the (inn to which Mr. Williams sent his butter, and that ho probably knew tho sample. Mr. Harris is not conneoted wilh that tirm and never has handled Mr. W.'s butter, nor did ho know that or any other sample on exhibition. 3esides this Mr. V 'a butter was not in the shape in which it is mar keted.) Of the 80 simples, abiut 60 were marked No. 1, 16 No. 2, 3 No. 3 and 1 No. 4. The No 4 was very poor, poor in grain, poor in flavor, rancid not worth 10 cents per pound. There was neither name nor description with it. It was in a box done up in a dirty brown cloth looking like a dish cloth, and the same lack of care and neatness shown in the exhibit doubtless prevailed through all the muthod of man ufacture. The No. 2 was very fair butter, not more than 2 to 4 cents per pound off from No. 1. No. 3 still poorer, 10 cents off from No. 1. Some of No. 2 was put down on aooount of lack of color. Would prefer colored to a right shade to having it too white. NO. 2 LOT. No. 4. "Good color, good grain.righily sailed, off flavor." Description: cows, grade Jerseys, feed, hay in morning, ensilage noon and night, 4 quaris shorts, 1 quart corn meal, Cooley creamer, sit 24 hours, cream heated to 90 degrees and added to that in cream can, churned slightly sour, Wells' Richardaons coloring, washed, 1 ounce Higgi n's salt worked after setting. No. 6. Remarks: "A little bit bitter, just enough to take out of No. 1." Cows, grade Jerseys, feed, corn and cob and barley meal, Cooley creamer, 24 houis ai temperature of 40 to 50 degrees, churned sweet, washed in Iwj waters, silt 3 4 ounco and worked on ladle worker. No. 7. "Ofl in flavor." Description: cows, grade Jerseys, light feed of hay in morning, water and feed, half bushel, ensilage mixed with one quart cotton seed, 3 quarts of half corn and cob meal, half shorts. Feed of hay at 4 p. m .water, and at G p. if.., same feed of ensilage and meal as in morning, milk set in champion creamer, milk drawn from cream at 12 hours, ripened or slightly soured, churned at 05 degrees, washed in water of same temperature, salted 1 2 ounco lliggins' salt to the pound, colored with Wells, Richardson & Co.'s coloring, churning, washing and salting down entirely bv Eureka churn. No. 9. All right but not high color enough, should I ave been coloied. No. 14. Good, but lacking in color. Cows, grade Durbams, feed, night and morning as much good hay as will eat and one quart each of corn and cob and cotton seed meal, noon as much cut corn fodder and 2 quarts corn and cob meal Milk set in six-quart pans, dairy kept at U2 . No. 27. "A trifle light in color, and too much and too coarse salt, 'grits' between tho teeth" Cows, grade Jersey, feed, hay and roots, salted 1 1-2 ounce to the pound, use London's and Higgins' salt. No. 32. "Poor grain, not solid, sweet, but lacks flavor." Cows, common grade, fed nothing but hay, and one feed of cornstalks every other day. Milk set in sap buckets in summer in tank of ruuning water, skims when sour, churns once a week, when butler comes about size of a kernel of corn, pours in a pail full of ice water, and wash till water is comparative ly clear, uses Thatcher's color, salts one ounce to the pound. -o. j. oaiieu wen onougn, poor flavor, almost bitter. Cows all high 'rude Durhnms, fed good hay, 1 quart each of corn and bran night and morning and one peck of potatoes to each cow per day. Milk set in Cooley cans, kept covered in a cool room in winter and submerged in summer. No. 61. Poor flavor. Cows, grade Jersey, fed bay onoe and ensilage twice a day, and 2 quarts meal, (1-3 oorn, 2 3 shorts) per day, milk set In small pans, skimmed when turned, churn twice a wrek, butter washed, salted 1 ounce to the pound, and worked three hours after churning. No, 60. Altraolive form, a foreign flavor suggesstive of oysters. Cows, grade and full blood Jersey, feed, half bushel ensilago, 2 quarts moat, 2 quarts shorts and straw night and morning with feed of at noon. Set in Wooster's creamery. skimmed in 12 hours, cream allowed to ripen, colored with Thatchor's, salted 1-2 ounce Asbton, put in print. No. 62. "Same flavor as in 60." Cows, grado Jerseys, feed, ensilugo and corn stover with pint of cotton seed meal, quart of corn and cob and oat meal per day, Cooley creamer, Stoddard churn, Wells and Richardson's color, Higgins' salt 1-2 ounce to the pound. No. 63. "Trace of some flavor, some thing I am not used to." Cows, grade Jer sey, feed, ensilage twice and hay once a day, 4 quarts meal per day, half bran, 1-4 each corn and cotton seed meal, Cooley creamer, Davis churn, Thaoher's color, washed, 3-4 ounco Higgins' salt, work two hours after setting. No. 65. Well made, good color, poor flavor, grade Jerseys, hay and 3 quarts equal parts corn meal and shorts morning and night, hay or straw at noon, small pans, cream sour, churn 61, Thatcher s oil oolor, 3-4 ounoe salt. No 69. Orange color too high, No 1 but colored too much, no peculiarity in tho make. No. 67. Ornamental style, made too long, lost flavor. No. 39. Strong on outside, lightly salted, think parafine paper in which it was wrapped has Injured it. Cows not stated, feed, rye ensilage in morning, corn ensilage at night with steamed stalks for noon, 3 quarts each corn and cob meal and wheat bran. Milk set in Cooley, butler washed in weak brine, salted 12 ounce to Ihe pound, worked again alter standing four hours. In the 80 descriptions we find 11 feeding ensilage. Of these 8 were classed in No. 2, 2 in No. 1, and one I am unable to say where it whs classed. So far as can be observed washing or not washing exerted no perceptible force on classing, or the make of salt, or the coloring matter usid, some samples ranking as epacially fine gave in their descriptions, "hay early eul," some fed "bright corn sialks, cut and wet with hot water." some, bay which was heavily clovercd, which last was mentioned for its excellent flavor. While cotton seed meal appeared in several samples.it also did in No. l.nnd other lots of No. 2, had largely of shorts and one of roots. I much regret that Eonie one took away one sheet of my notes so I am not ablo lo give as full a report as I would wish, and somo samples were misplaced in the exhibit by persons handling. Some sent no descriptions, and some signed no names, mil enough has. we think, been shown to demonstralo that tho feed of the cows exerts an unmistakablo influence on the quality of her butter product. It is intended that this report shall reach every exhibitor and those receiving it without milked numbers will know their butter was in class 1. Others will havo their number marked. Should there be another exhibit next year and we are there, we shall try to secure fuller statistics, to make the exhibit and its lessons, as full as possible and pread them as broadly as possible before the dairymen of New England. O. M. Tinkuam, Sec, North Pom fret, March 1, 1884 One of the most sucoessful duirvnien in this section recently announced, to the tirm that sells his butter inQuinoy uinrkct. an intended improvement in his product. wnen tne new consignment iirnvod the merchant was surprised and disunooimed The dairy had been noted for its choice, aromatio, nutty flavored produot, bui here was a paroel ot butter devoid of tuvor or fragrance, having a dead neutral taste. The dairvman was sent for: had lie hanged his herd, his method of (eedin or bis system of butter making wnru t he questions rapidly propounded. No, i tie only attempted improvement he his made was to cDurn bis cream 6weet instead of llowing it lo ripen before churn in!?. Result the week's dairy product sold at thirty-five cents per pound, instead of at seventy cents, the usu il price for previous consignments. Ex. Mr. Cunis is of the opinion that ihe private dairy well managed, tuins out the superior product, and to it we must look for fulurn improvement. The acid craze In cheene has run its course, and there is beginning to be a tendency toward sweet-cream butter. He has great hope of the ultimate perfection ol the centrifuge, which promises economy and convenience, but thinks we ought to reach and educate the operators in the private dairy, which turns out and bids fair lo continue lo turn out the greater propor tion of our dairy products. The product of our private dairy is lietween thiee and four limes larger than that ol I ho factory, and nearly seven times its value. Onions In his latest bulletin, Dr. Stut levant gives the following experiment : "The soil was thoroughly pulverized over a small plat of ground, and on an adjoin ing plat of equal size the ground was packed as hard as possible by repeatedly pounding it wilh a heavy maul. Tim surface of both plats was then coveted wnn nneiy pulverized soil to the depth of half an inch, and, on June 3, three rows on each plat were planted with seed of the large red Wetherstleld onion. Late planting was disadvantageous to the yield but the three rows on the comoacted soil yielded nine pounds seven ounces of merchantable bulbs, while the three rows on the pulverized soil yielded but three pounds three ounces. The percentage of yegeiation in the two plats was not noticeably different although tho vegeta tion was prompter on the compacted soil. Milk for Hens. Fanny Field thus expresses herself as to the food value of milk for hens: "quite agree wilh tho cor respondent of the American Poultry Yard who avers there is no food on earth so good lor fowls and chicks as milk in some lorm. For verv voune chicks wo make the clabbered milk into 'Dulch cheese,' and use the whev to mix feed for oihcr fowlfi and chickens. From ihe lime thry are a week old till sent lo maiktt for broilers.our early chicks have all the milk. sweet or sour, or hullcrmilk, lhat ihey can drink, ir the home tupplv of milk falls "holt of the demnnri, we buy skhiiinwl milk at two cents a quart, ami i i nsiiler it cheap. For laying hens in wint, r ihcie is nothing better than a hlicral Mipply ot milk. A pan of Win in milk, wiili ihisli of pepper in it, ev ry moinina, will hn more effective in iuiluoing hens to lay in cold weather thau all tne ug looll in creation, lor fattening fowls wo find lhat boiled vegetables, mixed wnh milk nml barley or coi n meal, put on Uesh at an astonishing rale. Don't bo afraid to give milk to fowls; from the lime chicks aro given their first feed up to within tho last day of tha old fowl's life, rrilk may ho safelv and Drofi'ablv criven." FACING THE HILLS. Sunshine and Shadow on the Cats1 kills I From an Editor's Home. On the riffht bank of the world-famous Hudson standi tue pleasant and city-like village of SaufrertlM. A few mllea to tue west of It the ureal CatskJU range lifts Its massive front; In the morning covered with sunshine; In the evening fullof mystery and shadows. 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For years she bad been a martyr to dyspepsia, complicated with kltluoy and uvur uuiupiuiui. hi tm j cm truuiiiieiit neenioa io neoi no avail, but I am happy to testify to her com Plate re covery hy means of your remarkable mediciue, You nrnv miniinn nun ir vou nemre," JtKNNKDY'H FAVOIUTE REMEDY is Justly a favorite with women. It la harmless an it Is effective, und lias contributed to the happiness of many a home It purines the blood, stimulates the organs of diges tioTi. makes catinir a nleuHiire instead of a Fonrcnnl nutTering, enables the urinary organs to throw off poisonous matters from the system, and rescues those who would otherwise be doomed to a life of pain and distress. It is composed of purely vegetable elements ana never narrns me mom nencate constitution. Dr. David Kennedy, Itondout, IN. Y. 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Augusta i THE BEST REMEDY Diseases of tlic Throat ad im Ayer's inviilualilc. Mir i ivin''ly t Iht t-ii i i u ! i ' its 111- i-ilMl'hl.- tin- jml'lif. li 'lililif ftiii,.'i:1;' tiit- iiH-iii' M: il jilts nml t i ; i .1 : UlfSol til" lill'-' rlit'in'u'itlly iMii such power a-- ' tin; I'tsitt'-: j eliicicucy ilittl :i it y of i I'snl; .. ! :ti t!ie luini'.l i' ' ii!l'')nlin;z pi is ;ii:tpte.l in , iSciii' very p CHERRY pulmonary disfiisc ;uul rapid cures, in .my :itj or either s the Younirest fli i 1 'inliuary Coughs, 'ol(ls, Sore '; Hi one liitis, 1 n II ucMi.a, U; - y n Soro Throat, Asthma, Croup, ;m-i t.lirll, tim ette-ts ot Am li'- a: :on.vi, are .mimical, ami nmltiiii (-. .i, imally preserved trom serious i tnnely and faithful use. It siio iiil ! at hand in every liou'hoM : il: lection it affords in sadden a'. Whooping -coital, an t 'on-.itni i theii! is no olh'-r reniLuly mi i i:i a h'lothinp, ami helpful. Low prices are indnceine'.irs t ; v the many mixtures, or syrupy, m i t ol . ainl inelfective ingredient's, inuv mi which, as they contain no 'ur:t!:ve n u! can nlitnd only temporary l . . - I, an Ann todeceit: and dis;ipp'iii! i'h- y-1 Jtjseases of the throat and lnir.;s ti. i artivennd effective treatment ; ;ut t i: i-, jrcrotiK cNperitnentin' with unUicnn i-l leap medicines, from the preat i! .: thi'Si; diseases may, while ;-o 1 1 i 1 1 i heeiinii! deeply seated or incur i'mIi Avin's fiiicitHV 'i:c"roi;,., and t iniii.h'iitly expect tlift liest results'. --t;i!iiiard meilical preparation, of know i ack.iowieducti curative power, and i In to as its careful preparation and ;n i e. henis will allow. J-lmiueiit ph v.sii , : iii;; its coinposit ion, n'eserilie il in piai'tii-e. 'J'he test of half a . t-nt n ; pi i en its ahsolute certainty tonne ad iti'.tiary complaints not. already he;.;!. leach of human aid. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer Z ( J'iaitiit.1 nml Aiinlytital ("liemiv. Lowell, Mass. n nv ai i. intcoco-i s i via:' m hi .,c A MON'J'J I hit; Ml lM M '"oi Men, Ltidiea ana Affeuia. taking i dei . tiUli. IJNUlfiKjiOLiL.,0' "JulitJ now ihe most popular NEW ituul in NHIKLD and a KWo I I IvhO'-i, PK1CE. Ol U'K Sales ,SVim for Via- W. ZlK.Llt&UO.IMi-CiM.. PMlflyl 1MIK. Aduiie-l l. lortiagteii, t;. T 31. IB " " m PECTORAC HOUSEIi0I.I) HEPARTMEST. Wi! iuvMo fer tlil.i citluimi coutributtona frmu our hly v i I )! i : i.uKft it H i iUa kUiiII ba of value ii-i t i'i!nnMt to t'tivn. m't iic of d'nneatic ecouomy vUntli ! t . , t it a t ill 'to tlica may bo diBcuaaud a i;l : i" i )M I "it ii i) will pr..vo8ilur,oafnl, aud ao :i I 1 1 1 r .m ii I it J r i Ttii'. I'Mjur r.olorfl. J.mtr.b'tti-e. i h 1 1 ' t li't u-eit t tlia Editor of the rn."i,tm;ii It.-rart ,ii"tit. '.'II A -(Mi: ; U AM) WHAT NIIK -r will . Mrui I 1 airy." tt-T :n: -Ii j mini -plio said ili ii i 1 1 hii its inu I fltul: I li ili' ii lieud f, wiui a t' ifin liri,'lit and Iiiuil; ..I ;t i"l.-t I'liir, ir.vn or a very warm (fold; ( t"M ir - .on! damtu uioly too, l .!! in v . r wevn told. 1, tor Ho wnc'd I dutost. n uai'li- tli;iL are rmlo or 111 bred; ;i I ways he t ylislily dressed, hi cry," slm HiiM-,dio sixid. i m t rii - t di"did, aliodid i li')w niurli .-.imrt'ir tlmu slio, i." tti.it. out awkwardly hid 'I r coiild iHsilt!y Iji'J i ik, .oid lo duiictul like a boar, ;:t i -el, ami (in II -riay weru hm oyep, ii'Mir .oid st m-iiJIy wlurct, in VLii.n '.vitty or wise. , i.i". au t 1'rum la trninif til1 'Id 'd' --hill i trntur iiuim'l. si tnbaciT) a quid; liu had two millious -.1 h i Vnlrf'a :idly diodid-sliij did. Hitrjta 'H Jlaznr, ClKH.'OLATIC ('AlvK KOIt 'C0USIN ClAHK." Cake jkiiL: 'i luci-M'o's well bcaMen, one ouput' 11:11", "im lieapinjr cup of Hour, one fcasjio m of ureunoi tartar, onu hull lea-pooh of so.Li. nissolvtid in three leu sjnioiisof witcr CAi' oo:i!o part: One cup of powdci od -ii .-i". IS il in :t lilllo warm waicr. l,i i! Itoil ii ni il it thickens. Il' no vc i.'imi , c'ovo, cool, spr;K on Hi.' i !i baked in ihico layers nil. One ( : -nii tin) ..!' 1'.- :.t ( up nf ,'.av. o U ;i.'l:(il, Ills CH(. !':;!! ilmir M-.I, 1,M-H trsr.iitittctl sii-fir, I wo tuble- i,!l liiilici- (nut llll.'llrll,) Iwo .li Ir.-ilicr, then ml. I half :i isiiiu I'nt (ino unci a h;ilf . f l-liiyri! Iia!;in pdwilcr in lo 1 i m : mixuiro iliat will iv t.n Uii'l-u ji'lly lins Flavor h v; 1 1. i I :i cir ii'iuon. Icinj; fur 'I liri'u IlllilopoollH irutoil in .-nil i I1 sWi'i ,1 si . 1' rll:,cnl:r.i', (ini'-liiilf flip ul I , I. alt a uiip of wat.M'. i.et u :i i-i- Imil ; iht.-n r.dil llie I a i.'iv iiiimUcs ah.! siirend i h when b .111 am (-old If i !'l water. This is good li'- whb. Jennie Druee. i ul ll.mi-, oiio aii-1 ono half i;r ' r, onu cup ol rro.-mi, not ' -:', iwo ti-aD'iunfuU of , o.n' ii'.i.-po.inliil of suiln. n a iiaii k ovi'ii. 1 urn one- ( la i-mall ii-at of iliren liii I he almvn: (Jao fourth im i -I'ccohtti! ; gruie, anil iih a littlo hut watci. Aild u': ' i-u&ir, two liiblo- ,v;-i I -.1 I:" .-Im i ii ! v il Ir i I' ll;- i olu of ciin c, ir vhi!u i oouuiir iu ah. I whim c.ml u.1.1 of vanilla. For the o ol t un i, wull all in p of palvt'ilz -ul .-Il lOtiilll: ralial mini of I 1 ' a H' clirxMl.u.. oako I . .v.-: 1 .', laiu i.f Miliar, a;i ol oiiik, 2 c, 1 tartar, half a lea. . i-iii.s of 11 .nr. J ike .a1, lii'twoi'ii iho layers: .-''lali-; a !i to it onu 'Ur mi. I a li'ipoonlu I ii"i::iiiv. 'I'tuai niull U'lj'-n en, .1 spioa.l .ia. i: iuU. JloiitcnUtiU. ; Kai:mi-:i: .s '.Vin-:. ' 1 have ' ; ! a i ::.! i -, "A Fanuit;,'s .in ao.i i- i.t i lie: I'iunghiHun, -.i a im ii- vioiv of tin-.- ': - io imo a pitv ilait tin, . ' i - VmI-i (I.i hut livo on - li-i ha- of Hi., i-omli-.. -, -.:; a- the aiMailtllial ii : ii i ll! i-nlllillll-iilv tv. i ' ti' i s 'nil a Mavu in ' '-' -'i" cl..M ! lo he, ill '" 1 1 . 1 H ! i- r 1 KlIOW I ilo -'. rih: aim il niri- at i.i i (al'lllri-'f. wit.! ill i : - .v. ..'en iio'ir, or livl'.ir, ;-.- !,i-i' il.l.iM lor a lo! :' '' S'-i'.'l y H lo ... ..: .Mil tier W.H k ilul-s - ' a- l ; ainl utien a - - - .-!i" .- op-, ami rests ill :--L ii i- t-i s l.ia-, Milijutiuie.s, i i. . .. In r. olu n riilini; :.,i. -; ::i,-tnoc;. rining alone, ..I inii-M-ivuiiian, ami Ilea i-.--. i jlli.n tii:-.l is neeih.l : i- in a liUuliiil;; weilil.) VJiii'.'r !o a scat liesidu her. ; iv i- ih il will help make a w.i , In iul tit for her in i . . 1 1 1 1 1 1, -1' ! . M mi,., j .bs ihai . a man ean do about home , .' '- ..in-.-; into the laiuily 8 - . I-. h.-r hiib ind s. . : . :.ri,i is no a.-km fur ' .ni'y. 1; ihiru is any :a.x - 'i i.. iln-ir own oi !".vi, iljv go, it' I hey a a,: liiu- l.ol eunsisl ul , ..; u t. r pi. a.n-s i heir . i '. iy :::a: i ii , rouphi ot ,u :; I' a. t ;i i.ti'ple who io ili:- way ot lite fn a twenty yeais. and ibere i. i on w hv 1 i iev will not go ; w i.v until He . i.ds lor hu ll.. ! or 1 a-.V i'.):..inijiiiiy inr.iughout .va-i .':.;i'lullv stlldieil, I am - 'ii i : e to in I hundreds 'I i-'i : .nn.'i 's wivi.'s for ,.' kii' l we ,. oiien lead '.- Ploit'i'imiui. - We ii ave all read and . y o, ih,. liulo boy ii when he grew ' V a I aly jnu .-il...' illeidenl- iml ; In i ve u- old i.'-r ai. her up alleetiuii- . nii.11 ii k. d : "do yon llli-ll lie iili.MVi'i . . nio.te r. "it yon gi ov all I' ri ;in yon wi,l get some ami live wi h you ; thai . l-l .- V IIH i! lip with a vei bright faeo 'in1 tn! live wilh mo when i: :"' I'hi 'iulc'pliia Villi. .--() a'! ayeiiis employed to '-ii : ay-i liii! JUral Xt,v ol 'hi iii has 'ie, n so sueeess ei : i ii'1. ; ni" e were one i i p u a; ions wiiieli pre ven ted t'i P v ;. h it they am too i'l.o lime e ai I o bought for en !'"'' I'll-' 1 at I ho kiln i ui s onu will in k.) three I r i' in in' a-iplie.l broadcast i :.ij!ie. ai'er rain we are '-la i-'ii-e p event ivo We i ' i!a:iia;:e d iiie by the .- b x ,;i :" e "e in f.neii It . '. ni... in .1. .-iioy Iheni, as : vi'i v ivlii'fo while lhey ;.:-..i V. L'-la'ii'li ot all kinds ctltct me,! hieg i llen-ive .'' l..-t urai.ed j i.i.ivur-jl' con & Co j ' iw Vorl(.l IS THE TIML TO CURE SKIN HUMP?". TTls al thlBfeanon wliflD btnod and pfirsplratlon are I lf)ftdd with lmmiritlGH, thul ONliifuriuir ilnmnra JIumiliatliKf Eruiitioiig, tcbliiK Tortures, Halt IluinorB, Scrofula, HrotiiloiiH Bores. AUucaaeea und Hottly iiud Pimply lJinmum of the skiu and Soaip are lteiuedieB. IT IS A FACT. II undreda of letters In tdir prtBtiFBlDn (nnpiea whlrh mav hn had bv return inioll am (mr- unii.hriiu fi. anHnrtion that Hkln Ki-alpuud blood Humors, whether aj.i... ui iouuiKioua, iiuy ntny tie permanently cured hy Cnticura KeKolvunt. th new lilo.id purllif-r, Diuretin and Appenent. iiitomally, and CiUic.ura Hoap, the tfreat BkJu beaut. tier, externally in one half the time and at one half Iho expense of any other season. aREATEST ON EAHiH. Ontifiira IlHinMleH nrn tho tfreatest medicines on on eaiih. liadttirworntaneof Halt Hueum in this (ifiunlv. My mother had it 211 ,-ears ana in lart died from it. I ijHliove ('iitirura would have saved her lile. My uriiifl. breuHtand hiud wer covered for 3 yetirs, which nothinii- relieved or cured until I used tho Cttt icura Hhsniveutiuterually.and Cuticura and Cutiem-a Soup externally, J. W. Aoamh, Newark, O. Great Blood Medicines. The half hn not bnm told an to the irreat curative powers of the Cuticura Hemedies I Jiavo paid hiiu. oredsof doilara for md(uiuea to euro dmeases of the blood and skin .and never fouhd auytu.uif yet to enual the Cuticura Hemedies. Providence, li. I, Chas. A. Williams. Cure in Everij Case. YOlir niltfciirn IlnmdfilAB nntunll all nfli.i, I keep for Hkln diaeaBflP. My ctiKtomex and patientB fluv that thy have effected a cure in every instance where nthr reinerlieH have failed. H. W. liliuCKWAV. M. D., i-'rauklin Falls, X. II. Price of CuTU'iTBA.small boxes. B0 cents; lartre hnxes. i: Cuticura ittHOi.vKNr, 1 per bottle. Coticuua Mmp. cents. CtTTIcuitA Biiavinu Hoap, 15 eeum. id by all druggists. Potter Urug and Chemioul Co., Boston. Send for "How to cure ttkin diwttMH." Complete Treatment $1. A Inirle cinnf .of Hanford'a Kailloal Cure Inatantlr re- VfS the must violent miBeziiiit or lmad ci.i. r-leari. holieailaa by maKlc, at.ma watary diacbarvea from Iib uam anr cye. prcvunta nulnif n.iltes in tlie .',""'-';"rc'' Nsrynua Haadacbe. aucl ..bduea ubll and lever. In Clinmic Catarili It cleainea tue nasal !.., ".''3'. '"'ll mu,. restornn tbeaeuira ot amell, toate and linarlnif lieu uffected, free the bead, thru it i1.!','1 r'J'."i''"!'' '" 1B8 "11'nnBive matter, awretena and imnni'B tho breath, atopa the oouab. anil arrests the luwreaa f Catarrh towards Coualliiiption. One oouieiil ludioal "Jure, one Hoi Catarrhal Hoi. vent and Kandford'a Inhaler, all in one pai kiie of CUJIK. . asK tor HANFonn'H Haiucai. i-OI TKll LIHUO AND CHEMICAL Ull llOStUU. COLLIE For the relief ana prevention, the inslant it is applied .of libeuuiatlaro i V.J ' JrVfeuMlirla. selatlca, C'ouubs. Colds. vui-mig', ,;--,lnr--wi . Vn-Weak Bact, Htoinach and Buwole Li- T f Su"ll"n"I'aIn8,Numbness,Hysteria. VtQiwF'ma'6 FaluB'P"1I'"'"l"i. Dyapep- -X.V ?!"-'iver.,oniiiaint. JllllouB Fever, r iVJ''J,lH,a'!l',!i'nil'. e Ctn.' ELECTRIC' !'1Ns l I;tiTI!lls au Klectrlo Hat i . i J "'iiuii.eii wnn a rornus I'laa r" A OTCRS ,cr "'"l lai'Kh at pain. 25c every. . ivnere. f.u5uil Central Vermont Eailroad Im "Kastehx" Standaiid Time. ( cmttuncing Monday, Jan. 28, 188-1. TWAINS OOING SOTTTII AND EAST WILL juEAVIl .mw.mteLIEI. AH FOLLOWS: J:0 A. M.iVALfromRt.AlbftnHnnd Burlinirton inr r nncord. Manchester. NubIiiiii .orcepter, Lowell, Hoston, Fitchlmrkf mm imuum, .iew uouaou ana .New 12:35 P. M.F,AH1; TIUTM from Montreal Okfdensbiirif and the WriBt, for Hostcr vm. Lowell, and New York, via Hi-t-tnic neifi and New Lnnfion. Piillnini. tim. our linnin Cartn Huston via Lowell and .-- un m npriUK'neiu. I U:.i ) P. W'u,;--'.r-AiHESS from St. AIMtib itiitlainl ami llurltniftnn for White mi.ci finuf-imn. i'rmKncin. New l niii and New York.. .Sleepiutrcar Sprnnflield, 12:40 A. M NIHT EXPRESS from Montreal. Oir ''dciinbitrif und tho wpRt.for lloRton via Lowell, and all points in Npw Eund md .iii--i;iuiik car iu ijusion via Lowell. TKAINS OOINO NORTH AND WEST: i:15 A. M 0TfiH,T T'-XIRI:sw from Ilooton and .i inrh j iic .Montreal, 1 ikraenshiiru onu imi tii.'Bi, oicupiuKear io Aiiunt' rca .Vr A m l-''Ar. EXPRESS from White TiVer " "".liinclion, i-T HnrliiiM-ton. St. AlbaLB Wti'hjnrd nnd WoiiPen Point. 'VflO P T Tuv EXI'KHHS, leaves llnaton via. ' 1 ' iU'l"itclihniv,:iM'A. M.,via., Lowell, a. m., .'w ioiinnn, t:iiu a. m., hprli-K-tickt 8:1x1 a.m., lor ItnrliUirtou.St.Alhunn, iiiinrcai, iK"OciiKimrw and the West Drawinir-rooin enr Muntrca d'ri P 1,llst I'-xP'fis from Host-m for UnrHiikr ... - . . -ton, fr. inatii, anrt 3'nntrcal. Till man ranire .-.leei'iim- car tlirouifU ChicaKo without change. Trains leave for Barre at 7:00 a. m. Io:45 a. M.and 4:1 p. M. Returniutr leave Ltarre at :0u a.m., 11:25 and 6;0u I . M . Throiiwh Tiekelsto Ohfrairoand all pointa West, for aie at the principal Htutionc. S. W. rUMMIN(.S .1. W. IIOT1ART. tien'l. I'aa. Aout. (ieul Manager. DOWWS' ELIXIR, H, DOWNS' Vegetable Ealsamis For the cure uf Csnsumpiion, Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, Croup, Asthma, Pleurisy, Hoarseness, .S :.i.n.ues2a, Spitting Blood, Bronchitis, 1 1 nil iliseiuea of tbo Throatp ChrHt, and ifiif.a. In all cases wbcro tbis Elixir i.i i..-.t is at ouue manuesua-j von- rt .ui..i, .in-uii.si lucreuuioiia uiab CONSUMPTION not incuralile, if properly attended to 35 At ltd commencement it is but aelifilit inita- C uon oi mo memurano wincn corers the lyings; C- then an inflamation, when the cough is rather dry, lotfll fcver,nnd tho pulso more frequent,the Cecelia fluslicdatiiJcliillsmorecommon. This umm r!iir In ClirfniT iho ftliovn rnmnlntnts. onnr. ? vlalessoaa to remove all morbid lrrita ftj lions nnd lnflamatton from the lung fW t tlio surface, and finally expel them from system. It facilitates expectoration. nnd rplievpfl tho cough nnd maltcR tho lirentli inarmsy. It nupporis the etrcngih and at tin' -miioiime rcduccB the fever. It in freo from J.'J -tronit opiate and a-tiiiipctit arth lcR, which are ifso drying a natnro as In hoingrcatdnnirerot l.'strnyiiiK the ratient; whereas this medicine novor dries or stops tho cough, hut, hy reninv i ii the caI'kk, con-wfpieiitly, when the coiieh i cured the patient is well. Send add reus fui ,. ,...i,t. lot itIvItkt full lirf.rtlnts frna j i'i ice 3 j cts., M) ctn., and ?1 .no per hotlle. SOLD EVETiYWH ERE. JftT!pni ft LORD, Props., Burlinirton, Vt. I DOWNS' ELIXIR.! FOR,h0v,te" ""J""l.ife and Labors of C. H. Spurqeon, the century. By(,r..C. NVe.lhin, the Evan 1st. fc.iiil.Kt.cd ! an iicuumuiatiiins. inei idliui; l aiuily lnjr.k ever publisheit. Ak-en DC m. flinL' with woiiiierlul success. No comiwnti.'ii. Any tii.iiuirwoniaii wanting & Kiiuil ImMtlrss. .i-iiire, u. mrfiiiT aoT,n on I'ncur'.. l'-ookn frt't. A.W. Mi tH( 1 N a .. Pr. BACKLOG SKETCM" tkt'trilo, el H.i . . ii.ni ImiV. Pli- . i. . t : Ml Ulid"P F. nil I VI KV I i day I'iK'kiKiJ", coiiM- ii t M I H, IKILU . 1-ollTl NK-rtl MMi I'AI.I'S, pit 'N, par! r 1 N AM 1 I T it 1 H'-. MHf. . 1 t IH'W TRH'KH IV M i,U .'iMW VI .y.l.f litMl I'm;;, mth miinr, i.imi t niilitl km-; w i PATENTS, m Trade-Mar k ti Printw. Labeli, K Khti. ileum n n , K e iirf Irxr-rittfian nf vnur intvnfiVin. J,. HI Xf. HAM.t'otftit tent Lawut'r and bocieitor, Waihington, b. C Vl?K'in forany rttBabtlltr ; oto Helm. 1 r,niU,0 Mt-iKl Btanin for Slew Laws. Co. L.UlNuflAM, Attorney WashinK- IMMEDIATELY. 25 Tonne Mn wd Womn ta vrepanforSpKiilToiitioasu Bcel-ipen,PeEmca,CalMaeti.e.Si4(rationsGuiranteed. AUdrcw vyiUibUUiin, CObtiSCOtLEUt, PlnecUI,0. NOW ESS Uin, 1-C. rolmB I1VH ni""flf I M1SCELLANE0CJS. 1)6 NOT F AI L TO SER THE NEW American Sewing Machine, Number 7. A'few reason a wliv tlm "American" is absolutely the befit. it's the bent inaae.enntu rinently tlie most auranie. It's thelii-htet rnuuiUK. eauHenuentiy eament to operate. It'ethe moat Bimple, couKCqnently the easie to mauaRe. It hauthehiKbeBt arm, const iiuently the most per feet. The Dial date always indicates tne numuerni mien b in an meh Kaee. Tho Eeed 1b always punitive. E.R. MEADEU Agent for Vt. and N. H. Olllce in A. A. Muad'a Jiiwclry Store, State St., Montpcllrr, Vt. II. P. HIDEOUT. . DEALER IN First Class Furniture ol all Kinds I, SELL My Best Bureau Sets lor $100. And Dressing Case Sets for $25, and over. I makemyownfuruiture.aDd my Kooda are FIRST CL-A.SS In evcrypartic",.... H. P. EIDE0UT, East Woodbury, Vt. 7, LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VE&ETAELE COMPOUND. A tnre Cure for all FEMALE WEAK KS8ES, Jncliuliiiff lAMicorrhtrtw Ir rcsulnr and Painful Mcniriiat.oii, Iiillainnmtion and I'lccnition of the Womlit rioodine, I KO LA I'S ?S LTKIM, &e, tirrira'wint to the tn.-ti', cnii ncinim and Imniedlat in its effect. It in a jrrrnt help in pregnancy, nnd re lievespain durinff labor and ai regular period . rnisiciAxs ve it ADiT.rs( i:niF. it hi:i:lt. VTToa ArxVrjAK-rssrt of thepenerativc orrana of eltlu r -. x, it U weond to no remedy that has rver been btifore tho public ; and for oil dNenpes of tha Kidneys it is the C real at Kemcd y in the World. ,7"KnNEY COMPLAINTS of Titlicr Sei Find (.rent I.eliefinHs fsc. LYfT E. PIK1IAU'S ISLOOD VXTt IFTT.R viil rradiento every ve.-ni:.- "t IIuiikhs inmi ih !li.od, nt Ihe panic tinrn will fzivi tone and strength t. the ayatem. As niar'elluiiH in results at) the Ct-mpouud. t TC"th the Compound and Ebod mrifler are pre. pnr' d nt 233 and Western Avenue, Lynn, SIqpp. men of cither, $1. Six bottles fur . Trie Compound is sent by mail in the form of pills, cr of lozenpep, on m-ript of price, $1 per box for either. Mrs', l'hakham freely answers all letters of inquiry, EnclowCctut stamp. Send for pamphlet. Mention this Paper. TrI.miA E. PrvBHAM' I.irm Vn.i s rure ronFt!pa tivn. Biliousness and Torpidity ol' the Liver, itf tutts. Afi-Sold br nil DruKiriBts.-ijft m kllYKEM tlKUtn FLIXIIt j. yjuni u to,, soio tut' WE itnit. hnvf.KH'. liH'll, It KK "rk, ti.iwr ... t..,-in.-tiirili,-l,i".-. Hi, r aotIO fiU(ilif in ii'triLri itn .in.) i .ii in -1 iti.ui-. I lOO , liitrmlu-i i hv lllaliop inip ami ieel.illl. 10 idleir AGENTS WANTED, .inrt f. ii' ir. - .V t'tM'tline :ii t'""ii ' no uch tilt tip 1" 'nmpriiitii on il. JIimkm.i J 'il a v.-nr tor ;t few in.iri' llr-ftl cliiptH nn'ii. A iln:il'i" iniriii!ili'I free. TI:"- fim-t ln iec! li -i pit in lilt', flit ifeiMllne il i.'" i f - !nr i'-l'niuiilu!i. Adtirew HAY STATE 11 111. ISI 1 1 N; ( .. iniiii;lh'ld, Jlnss. fSS'iThis icill appear but vnce.)'V 1 ii anv sufterina with Catarrh or Bron chitis who earnestly desire relief, t can furnish a means of Permanent and Pos itiva Cure. A Home Treatment. No charge for consultation by mail. Valua ble Treatise Kne. Certificntesfrom Doc tors. Lowers, Ministers. Bnsiness-mcn. A.ldress Rev. T. P. CHILD!;. Troy. Ohio. I: ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Warren's Food Flour. Tho most nutrious and chopcst Flour Known. Every physician who knows of it. tises it, nnd recom mends ittoall, sick and well. ForDyspedsia, Indtffestton, Constipation and kin dred ailments it is of more benefit thau any medicine. Its usefulness and value as a fond for Infants. ChU dren and Invalids arc fully set forth in our UlMtmted Vamphht which shows the-structure and ehomlcal properties of wheat, which is SENT FKKETO ANY ADDKES8. MUX OFFICE, 38 Clark St., Chicago, 111. M35yl "Anakesis"S?,Kt nn intuthtite --ure ttr I'ilri. Prico ? 1 nt drujrpists, or ient prepaid by mtut Mitnnlu frrf. Ad. "AA KKMf " Mukeis.lloxU'lttwVurt. neoi-Ie arealn ava on thelonkotit for chaneoft tn im reuse tliPir earninKt and in time heroine w;iltliy; those wlin do not improve 1 heir uppo tu- nlt ee reinatu in poverty. e oner crAitrhincA tn niiiknmnnnv. Wo wmil minv mpn women, boys and irirls to work for im riirht in their own lorallties. Any one ean do thft work properly fromthestart. Tho business will pay more than ten times ordinary waires. Kxpensive ontttt furnished free. No one who enn-res irti ib to ninke mouey rapnt Iv. Yon can devote Tour whole timo lo tho work, or only your spare nviineiits. Full information and all that is needed sent tree. Address truwyi otinson Lu.,i,oruana,.iiaine. pt'irn to nn with TFH CTS.ti''v',r. ( '''''' .y m-ij ; -ii. m 4 Oil WOMAN CANVi? HEALTH OF W0MAN OsYMPATHIZE WIThJFTs THE HOPE 0r a. I'&luiiBO.UL i pi i: ni r,-i'rei!." it r.evrr i:i, ,t ;.-r-ci tt:r.uly to l-tA- !U:r. ITklmx Co., .N . V. M MISdELLANEODS. Ii. TI. EDDY No. 78 State st. .opposite Kilby, Boston Heeures Patents in the Dnited 8 tales: also in Or fit Orltaiu.Fraueeaudutlier foreign countries. C(ipih of the claims of any Fatent furnished hy remlUinir one dollar. Asairnnieuts recorded at Washington. No Atmci in the, United State ponf.He superior fwiti tie.it fur obtaining J'atent,or arrtaininp the patenta bility of invention. H. ii.KUbY, (Solicitor ol la ten is TRHTIMONIALH. "Irpirard Mr. Eddy as one of the mrt canahte and Htte,eefut practitioners wllii whom 1 Lave had official iniercourw. CHAH. MASON, Commissioner of Patents. " Inventors cannot employ a person more trust, ivorthv or mora ciiiJHtde ot tteeurifiir frirtlipm mi firlv and fHvornhlfi entmidnratiou at the Patent Office. fcD.M u. u uuu&&,ite uomniissiouer of Patents. Boston, Octoher.19. lITu. It. H. EDDY. Kho. --Dear Kir: You procured for me In H4, myflrNt patent. Hiuce then you have acted for and adviweu me in hundreds of cares, and procured manv oateuts. reissues and extensions. I tmvA nrra clonal fv employed the hest atfencles Id New York, i-uiiui"i""i- uuu "anujuii iuu, imil s anil eive uu II- most the whole nf my hnsiness, In your line, and ad vine others to employ you. Yotirstnily. OEOItOE RAI'KU li'jKton. January l.lfcM J. PERRIN, BLACKSMITH (AND: WORKER IN IRON, SHOP ON JiKRLIN STJIKKT Sex t Door South of Johonnott'h Leather Stiff. SAW GUMMIKG DONE WITH A IT.KSS. A. C.BROWN, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT Fireand I.ifilueiiratipp J Df . din Hesonsinc Comane.s, AT HHOI1T KOTICK.AND AT KATKR WHICH l'KRIKNCE HAS HIOVED AHE HEyUISITE TO THE SAFETY OF THE COM PANIES AND A PHOI'EHIfllll. TKCTION OF TIIF. IN- . KUUEU. Losses adjusted and piimptly paid n this Office. Communications liy mail wll receive prompt atttention, Office Copy ep of s MONTPELIER. . 1 3 I : I '. i ) j t . VERMONT D.M.FERSy.' Di3w6ow OPIUMy o su uiiys. r.') ray until uurrd. . L. tHrunan, il. U., Lebanon, Ohio. tfj"71 WKEK,12ftdavat honieen;lyniade. Costly a- outfit free. Address Tit it. & Co., Augusta, Me. PI fT17 VHTi Obtained lor mechanical or Virlill 15 their ('ompuunds.ornamental desikrua. trado-tnarks, and lahels. t'aveats, AssiKn meiita, Interferences, Appeals, Hints lor Xiifriiifc nights, and all cases arisinif under the I'Alc-M LAWS promptly attended to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN I TUnrri? tljB Patent Office may IV -199 J JJAstll. in moHt '(" paten! i .... u .unKitirt. t i Fit t put urare. wd make closer searches, and ereure Patents more iiriiniritlv.nnd with hroader were remote from WashihKton INVENTORS KSS.h-.f'yrS'eVi?. WeinaUn ox.ininiatK.liii I ree or eharae. lic 'lvl" itili-iitial TTI.-cb Inw. aud NO OHAHOE l.M.EhS PATENT IS SECUHEI). Wi ri'fer tn nllii-iaU 111 tlie Pitcnt Ollii-P. to our olient- iu every Mate of tlie I'm. in. and to your seiinKir ami Itoin-eseiitativp in ('"nreps. hiecl.l reli rence kriveu wben desired. AdJresa O. A. SNOW CO.. rlritf Ori'Oxite Patent OJtire. IVa-''frwtott. f). C. "iliT PifSOSiG FSv! ihtidiinx i:it'rirfc 'isi'!- ' -', w rai irt tilt! J.h.T.K-i: .i ! i.i -Mill yv'U tVlM- Ol : j I, I.Ttl.' t M ; .1 r.fO'tr OmII nr. imn i't;f: d hy .u-U-la ii. ! l..ili. liriUl.m ri-leced imiontits o las 1 1?'. pe:i ! only your in i tic and I'd 1 1'e-i. If i i i '..''est ;i urt l.:a';e tliin lifx r.d ofl' ; re-f;ir iilliriont'vljtrj-ft i lHi'liMi' I-'l ctric S.mp n tr : hist h w ir cd it H I' , i.f t i Ut. tlli xnajt fir vck:", m .'V ' i-!v h-o t-o fit'ti-oii !--r. -i f inii-1.- .ti'ik, s!t 1. 1 - t . i!id--ice. Tne S -U'tT tlH Jil !.- C M o;iii' iur i".'tie : ni e.-ich vnipi- r k nf (him s -a', ,-.v u.in t"t' ii a box, and i-Ttdin :i- -!T'' . : :n i :Hi- :othf i- r . - . t" s.-iMith live, a". l ' i . n- v .CSAGIN&G3, lir. st. l ..in I'hlUilfli, THE ORCHESTRION HARMONETTE vt tEvs'A ' 4-;," Ifinicul Instrument ,lirt'ii.Sj' .ivfl ill eonstruetioni en-Hunt iu OepiKn and yCyfi &1'i tw nout and plw bf 3 In the uutrumrat 4' turn tie nanaic, -. trill paw On ntrM per- ft-rtfy. it oontftini muif pnii'itcm inipruTciurmi, nt,rt thp HMirt rVrfett nnly 4k cents per fktot. Muile can tent by m.l X ony time, 'fh s is tne nu.M beautiful ami sccvptahle prearnt inu ran oe maue to any one. tt win iunun muir ior rccBKion, and pity n ran piny is; to net as our fct'drpm. MASMlriltJSETi'8 I -Ti.irfcr for til WrtiCAi. tm-ril"T; Onoin-(. Osaa- an .o Patent Xo Y- PATENT ObtalnedforltiTentori.lntlie Cnlted Bute". Canada and Europe, at rsduced ratea. with onr principal Olllce located In Waahlnton, directly oppoalte tbe UnitedStaleaPat.ntOfllcB, wo are ableto attend to all Patent biialnena r'llh greater promrtneafand deii. patchand leHCoat than other patent attorneya, wle are at a diatance Irom WaahinKton, and who have thereforeto employ asaoclateattornf) a." We male prellmtnaryeiarolnatlonaandfurnieh opinion, aato pattentablllty.froe of charge, aud all who are Inter eatod In new tnventlona and Patent, are Invited eendforacopy ofour"Gnlde foroblalulpp Patent., whlchlaaentfreetoanyaddreaa, and contain, con. pletetnstrn.tlona bow tn ohtn'n Patent., aud othfi valuable matter l Oerman-Amenran NationalHa.ik .'V.. 1 e llos .1 Swedl.b Norweinld . ami lM-l-1. I . .-ai inL at Wa.hlrpton I Hon.Joai'i'h lliv-ey.I.ateChlef Jn.tleeU. S. Conrlol Clalnu. the Otttclala of tbe U.S.ratentOfflce.and to Senator, and Member, of Cm re., from every Stale. Addroan, LOUIS BAttQER t CO., Solicitor, of Patentaand Attorneya at Law, I.e Droit Bulldlna; Wttlilnnton. D. c. rnlf m nri'SM'.V -s. I Wi he r r iist'iifi-r-i of it rotit.o;.s i:!i!-ir.;tior-5 din' tinn:- i'.ir pLo.fii ' i.- Hi ... r ;;S t -r;-j Is3 Fti h H r-V-s sa m Uk ,r., nv . i i J . : .. ... I