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We can now show the largest line of Fall and IVinter Goods ever
exhibitcd in this section. Our
"We have one of the largest assortments ever shown in Northern
Vermont now on exhibition in
including all the new and elegant stylcs made this season in
is full of all tlie new stylcs and fabrics of the season. Elegant
Brocade Yelvets in all the popular colors, and a very
full line of the celebrated Nonpareil VelYeteens.
We are also throwing out
i; J ing in prices from four dollars
to nfty dollars cach.
Some Lrives in BLAC32 SILKS!
Prices $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. They are
as good value as can be found in New
York or Boston markets.
We Cannot Mention
For the Vermont Watchman.
a 1'itAVKH roit JIAIIV.
0 blegppd little tunny head,
Wlth curllng threda of sold nglenm,
Wuobo wealth Miamea Indla'g wlldeBt drcatn
O nestlltyr, reatleRB, baby headl
M ut lt a care or burden kuow ?
Jlust lt e'er bow 'ueath Bpeechleas woe?
O wouuded hand of Jetuis Blaln,
lleat on my babj'a head ln paln.
O tiny, dlnipled, tender feet,
Tlnlcd llke Bea-ahell'a fluMilig heart,
Unknown to any paln or f mart,
O patterlns, danclng.baby feetl
Muat they e'er walk eartu'B pathn alone,
llruleed by the Ihtotle aud the stoue?
O woQnded feet of Jesus slaln,
Walk wlth my babe inpaths of paln,
O lovlng, throbblog baby heart,
IVbose muslc makea uiy own to slng,
And gllds wlth 8unRhlne ererytblng,
O prccloue, lovlug, baby lioartl
.SlnBt lt e'er know 1U prwer to aohe7
Jlnst lt e'er fear lts power to break?
O wounded heart of Jeans slaln,
Tbrob wlth my baby's lu lts paln.
O lovely, spotleas baby soul,
Sneet as a llly's, and as white,
l'reclous and prlcelees ln Ood's Rlght,
ULBullled, dovellke, baby bouI 1
llnst lt be torn and stalned by gln,
AU lts fair beanty Bolled and dlm?
Trlnmphant oul of Jenus elaln,
Keep tbou my baby'a Bonl from Btaln t
Tlio Last Fcntlier.
"May I wear my cruahod-strawberry
dress, mamma, and my long-bntton gloves,
and my bonnet with the red bird ? "
" Ob no, dear, they are qnite nnsuita
ble. I am very eorry, now, that 1 prom
ised to let you go with me, for it is the
President't) last reception and there may
be a great crowd."
"But I never oaw the Proaidont, mamma,
and I like a great orowd. And I'll be bo
careful of my beat hat, if yon'll let me
wear it. Oh, pleasel" pleaded little
Mary, in a whining tone, very irritating
tf) hnr mnt.Vinr. wrin vena ilriuiDitifT in haota
" My little daughter, which knows best
T l!l '
" Bnt. mamma. I'll hn nn parpfnl I "
"Very well. To teaoh you alesBon I
win aiiow you to-aay to use your own
"Jllrlcmflnf, anrl wpnr vniir hoaf. hnnnat
iiut remember this : if the bird on it gets
oroEen i snau not buy you another ; no,
oor even a feather."
Afarv llPQltatnr? Ktio ,iaVia3 In lnV
pretty ao that people going to the White
-House and perhapa the President himself,
miphfc nnt.ir.ft Vir anH rf PAnroa dViu
should not injure her bonnet ; still she
lifi nnf, liVn tn AiaracrarA hor tnrtfViof'j
" IWalra l n a f O T am nrQlfinrr frr trn
said Mts. Gray; and the little girl finally
put on her best bonnet and followed her
, L , i. j j r
luuiuoi wiiu a uuwucnai iaoe.
On the way they called for Mrs. Ellis.
" Ah, is your Mary goinc; ? Then I've
a great mind to take little Edith."
Edith was a dear child. six vears old
and nmther nf thn
what a foolish thing they were doing till
they all walked np the gravel-path to the
White House, and saw the long line of
vturiugea in irom.
" There is going to be a dense orowd
This is no plaoe for little folka," said
turs. uray 10 flirs. iiins.
O. Edv. Hift what a n.nllprtfinn nf nar.
riages," aaid Mary, who, being three or
-iuui jcaiH omBr tcan ner acue compan
1011. llkfid to OVPraWA llor citli Innn urnrrla
Mouuting the steps they saw, seated on
One hidfl flt t.lm lar(TQ Cntronno
" colleotion " of men in uniform, who were
iuaniDg ioua out very sweet rnueic, with
viaoa jjugiea, mes ana urums.
There were no o.hilrl
none of the people who had come, or were
coming, had any thought of Mary's ele
gant clothes. They all stood in a line
three or four abreast ; and if they were
juuiwug ttv auymiug was at me beauti
lul windows straight before them. Not
glass windows. The panes were lovely
gems of various shapes and sizas and
mauy colors. It was impossible, of course,
to look through these into the Presi
dent's houso.
' Mary, keep fast hold of my hand,"
said Mrs. Gray. The people are crowd
ing in behind us."
" We are in a big entry, aren't we,
mamma V And now wuere are we going ?"'
"There is a large door ahead of us,
dear, but you can't see it."
"And when we go through the door
shall wo come to the President V" asked
little Mary, who cared less and less about
him every moment It was really dread
ful to be wedgod in bo eloBely. She could
not mgve one step, except as she was
pushed. Her " orushed-strawberry " dress
was crushed qulte out of sight, and noth.
ing was to be aeen of her bnt two bewild.
ered blue eyes, a tuft of flaxen halr, and
a broken-wiuged bird-of-paradiae.
And where was little Edith ? By look
ing down, down, between the ladies'
cloaks, her mother could just espy the top
of the little girl'a bonnet and the end of
ner nose. " It isn't very comfortable, is
it, Edy, dear ?" she aaid.
"No'm, it isn't very com-fi-able," ro
clied the darliug, catching her breatti.
liut there was one thing that cousoled her
tbrough her Bufferinga j and that waa the
All the Lines of Goods
thought of soon aeeing a real, live Presi
dent with crown on his head.
The crowd had boen moving for fiftoen
minutes very, very slowly, but now it
stopped. "I suppose the people at the
tront who got in nrst are siopping to
shake handa with tlio President, and we.
must wait for them to move on," ex-
plained Mrs. Gray.
So tney wauea a iong, long, leaious
time ; and all the while the people be
hind kept pushing, pushing.
" Uh, dear, don't tnoy Know we can't
move ?" 8colded Mary, her teraper quite
gono. "Why do they pushV Do tell
them to keep still."
Mra. Gray oniy laugned.
" Mamma, they don't obey the Golden
Rule.or they wouldn't puah so and hurtl"
"Aly daughter, there is no help for it.
We are hero and must bear it as well as
we can. xry to oe Dravo ana not cry."
" AVell, mamma, I don't mean to cry :
but they equeeze so hard that they squeeze
the teara right out of my eyes, now truly.
I just know I ahall die I"
Thia was a piteoua wail indeed; but,
after all, it waa only little Edith, ever ao
much shorter, younger and frailer than
Mary dear, uncomplaining Edith who
was in any real danger of being hurt.
tibo waa nearly anuocating by this
time ; for absolutely nothing, not so much
as the top of her bonnet, was to be seen.
In alarm her mother exclaimed, "We
must get this child up to give her some
air 1 "
" What a little child here I " cried the
very ladiea who were hidincr her with their
cloaks and akirta, witbout knowing it.
Mrs. JMUs plunged down for the poor little
thing and succeeded in drawing her up
and setting her on her own shoulder.
Edith gave aeveral little shndderinggaspn,
and her sweet eyea were fnll of teara ;
bnt when he mother asked, "Darline.
how do you f eel now 7'' she answered, with
a toncning nuio amiie, " 1 leel so com-li-ablo,
mamma I "
But Mary Gray waa still crying. It was
not only the discomfort that oppressed
her, but shame at being outdone in pa
tience by a mere baby. She saw, too,
what a vaiu, silly girl she had been to deck
herself in finery; and the broken wing
of the bird-of-paradiae dangling before
her eyes added the " laat feather " to her
weight of misery.
The crowd began to move again, a half
inch in a minute; the open door was
reached at last. Now they were f airly in
aide the White House, and by crossing
one room would reach the President.
" They say after all the President very
likely isn't there ; lt is only the ladies of
the house who receive," said one young
giri 10 anoiner in me crowd.
What did it signify to little Mary ? If
the Preaident waa there he would not ad
mire or even look at her, forlorn as she
was, ao dilapidated, and ao very, very
amall I Her pride, like the bird on her
bonnet, had rnet with a great collapse,
you see.
Butaho had little time for'muek reflec-
tioue. The moment they entered the
door of the honse, they were met bv a cur
rent of hot air sweepitig from the heated
rooms, and Mrs. Gray grew suddenly
famt. A strange lady in the crowd
caught a fan Irom another strange lady
and began to fan her rapidly. Then
Mrs. Ellis and some one else draggpd her
out irom tne uarrow line ot people and
extended her ou the fbor before an open
Little Mary rushed after in rrroat hasto.
forgetting her own woea in alarm for her
poor white mother. "Oh, my dear
mamma, you are alive I" she cried, as
Mrs. bray opened her eyes and amiled
She was obliged to amilo to reassure little
juary ; but she waa still too weak to iro
back to the dreadful crowd, and Mra. El-
118 and the children declared they no
longer cared to see the Preaident his
very name waa tiresoine ; all thev wiahed
for was some way of getting out of the
vvnite Jiouso.
" Shalll put you out of the window,
ladiea V" laughed a gentleman who Btood
near. "If you will allow me here,
uiuuiu iniM aiooi.
"But you can't help mo up, I'm ao
heavy," said Mra. Ellis.
The polite gentleman answered by lift-
mg ner up oy we snouiders, and she
easily olambered ont and aligbted upon
her leet on the back piazza.
"Oh, thank yon, air I'' she exolalmod,
standing there to help Mrs. Gray down.
In a very few inomenta the whole party
were aafeiy drawing long breaths and
laughing in the pure air outside. They
leit HKe a set oi vagaDonds, prowlln
about ln the Preaident'a back yard ; ati.
they dld not very much mind.
"I don't ever want to go into that
house again," aaid Edith, nodding her
tipay bonnet. " But I love that window-
man who put us out."
" And I love you, you prooioua, patient
darllng : and I wish you were my own
little girl," said Mrs. Gray, kisaing her
again and again.
" I don't see how anvbody could be so
good aa Edy," said Mary, uneasily, f eeling
inaL an praise ot tne little one waa an lm
piiea reDUKe to heraelf. "But 1, you
kuow, well, I I waa trying to save my
bonnet I And then when I saw vou on
the floor. mamma, I waan't sure you were
reaiiy auve. wny, you lay there as much
9RIBS :. , RSil m
We are now Offering. but Would Simply
as ten minutes without any conscionce
at all I''
" Oh, no, not half a minute I " said
Mrs. Gray, laughing. " Bnt I nm afraid
the owner of this fan will think I haven't
any conscience now ; aren't you t '
she neid i p tne lan as sno spoue ; a
pretty painted one with lvory sticks.
Nobody had seen the owner, and it was
useless to think ot trying n nnd ner.
" But we will leave the lan with one oi
the porters when wo get around to the
front door j that is the best we can do,"
added Mrs. Gray. And then she picked
from Mary'a bonnet the poor broken bird-
of-paradise, and put it in her pooket with
out a word of comment. The little girl
understood it. She knew she had lost her
pretty bird and would not have another
in its place ; " no, not even a feather."
Aud thoufrh the punisnment seemed nard,
she owned in her heart that it waa just.
" Come, Johnny, get right up. Break-
fast is ready, and you must remember
that it ia the early bird that catches the
worm." "Yes,". sleepily replied little
Johnny, "but I don't want any more
worms. The doctor says 1 ve got 'em ai-
ready." Texas Siftingi.
Use the Magneton Appllance Coa
Magnetic Lung Protector!
They are prlceleas to Ladies, Gsntlbuen and Chil
dren wlth Weak Lcnos; no c.ise of raEUUOHIi o&
Caocr Is erer known where theBe garmenta are worn.
They abto prevent andcure Heaki DirriccLTiEa, Colcs,
TIISEIA, Catabeh, and all Kindbed Dibeasis. Wlll
wbak any serrlce for tiibik teabb, Are worn over tbe
P4TARRH I 11 11 needleBS to dcscrlbo the eymptoms of
uninmill this nauseous dlseaBe that ln HAnnimr HiAiifA
and itrength of only too many of the falreat and best ot
xhq gexcM. L.aDor, siuuy ana researcn ln Amnca,
Knrope and Eastern landB, have reaulted ln the Magnetlc
I.UDC 1'rotector, affordlng cnre for Catarrh.a remdy
whkh contalns No Dauor.iNo or the Stbtem, and wlth
the contlnuons ttream of Magnetlni, permeatlng throngh
the aflltcteil organB, iiust kkstobk iiif.h to a iiealtut
aoiion. We i'LAck ocu PBIOE for this Appllance at
lesBtbanone-twBntlethof the prlce askfdby olhersfor
lemedlea upon whlch yon take all the chances. and we
ESfECiALLT invite the patronage of the uanj I'Ebboss
who have trled dbiooiho theib stomachs wiihoct
HOW TO OBTAIN Jl.!nAdPaBnrh?m.to,fy?hUeryd.ranvKe
not crnt them. wrlle to the DroDiletors. encloslnir the
prlc!, ln letter at onr rlk, and they wlll be sent to yon
at once by mall, poBt-pald.
ena ttamp xor tue "jnw nepartnre ln ileiucil
Treatinent Hlnioci .Mkdicike," wlth thousandB of
218 Htate Stkeet, CniOAGO, III.
Notk. Send one rMllar ln poBtane Btamns or cnrrencT
(ln letler at our rlsk) wlth slze of shoe usually worn, and
try a palr of onrMagnetlo Insolea, and be conTlnced of
the power reBldlng ln onr Magnetlo AppllanceB VohI-
tlvelv no eotd fttt ttherf. thru ar irnrn. 0rmnti,uff.
OnAl'TKlt II.
wonderlul und mysterlous curatlve power ls de
velopod wlilch ls so varled In lts operatlons that
no dlsease or 111 healtli cnn posslljly oxlst or ro
slut lt power, and yet lt is
HarmleHs (or the moat fra.il woman, weakeet
lnvalld or emallest child to use.
" TatlenU
" AlmoBt dead or nearly dylng "
For yearg, and Riven up by physicians of
Bright's and other kidney dlseases, llver com
pklnts, severe coughs called consumptlon, have
been cured,
Women gone nearly crnzyl
From agony of neuralela, nervonsneas, wake
f tilness and varlouH dlseaeoa pecullar to women.
l'eoplo drawn out of aliape from ozcruclating
panga of Iiheumatlnm.
Inflaramatory and chronlc, or sufforlng from
Salt rliouin, blood polnonlng, dyppepsia, Indl
gestlon, and ln fact almost all diseases frall
Natare Ig helr to
Have been cured by Hop Bltters, proof of
which can be fonnd ln evory neighboruood ln
the known world.
Presetves Linen, Gives a Beauti
ful Finish, Prevents the
Iron from Sticking,
Saves Labor.
Ask Your Storekeeper for It.
Cleveland, Ohio.
Auction- Commission House I
Come htifh. COIna lnw. tn thA Anrtlnn nnmmlulon
llouw) and buy yourTeaa dlrect from Uhlna and Japan,
tlirough the recctvera. Alwaya on bandt Frnlt.Tobaooo
and Ulgara, Keoond-hand Furnlture. 1 am the onlv Auo
Uoneer ln Montpelier that maket a tiwclalty of aelllng
nw nuu iiiBuuKi pivpvriy. x.mpLoyment Agenoy.
South Maln Rt, Montpelier, Vt. M-tf
OuUli (re. AddruM Tcuc & Co., AutfusU, Alo
m f . ji
tw Mdvuihtmmin.
And wlll coinplctt'ly clianRe tlio ljlooil ln tlio rntlro systom In tlirro ninntlis. Any
pcrann who wlll talto 1 1 ' 1 1 1 cnch nlght from 1 to 13 wcukf), mny lo rcatnrcd to nound
licnlth, If Rltch n tlililfr bo pnsfilblc. For Fomnlo Complalnts thceo l'lllft liavo no cciual.
l'hjslclnns uso tlicm for tlio cnroof IjIVKU and KIDN1JV dlaoaaeg. Solil ovcrywhoro,
or siiiit ly mnll for 20c In atitmps. Clrculara froo. I. S. JOHNSON A C0., Ilotton, Mass.
M n?X m M CTa WA m FZM
i.'ii hi i:3 uu ki vi ix m m m m
r.ri fi rn'i hb in mi rn bb rm n
m ntKin
JOHNSON'S ANODYNE LINIMENT CUlins lnnncnzd, Hlccdlnj! at the lmnsn. Ilonrsc
noM, llackln? C'ouKh, Whoopinjr Couph, Chronlo Diarrlitca. Dywntcrr. Oiolcra MortitH, KMncy Tronblcs. and
Dlseascsof tho fplnc. Sold evcrywhcrc. Circulars ftce. I 8. .IOIINSON A CO., lloston, Mass.
It is a well known fact that mostof tho
Ilorsc anJ Cattlo rowrtcr old ln this conn
try ls worthlesss that Shcrldan's Condklon
Towdoris nbsolntelyptireflndTrryvaluablo.
Nothlnj; on Karth wlll niakn hens
lfiy Ilkf) .Slierldati'sCondltlon 1'ow
dor. Dose, one tcasnoonfnl fcach nlnt of
food, Itwlll nlo positivelr prcvrnt anil cnro
llh, 4WW 1 Hffi
Por Pall and
I have now in stock everythiug
for Men's, Boys' Ladies
I am Selling
Among my stock will be fouad Bubber Boots, Kip Boots, Calf
Boots. Overshoes. Rubbers. SliDDers. in faot evervthlnir in this line.
in all qualities, sizes and pricea.
The Celebrated
This Boot is sold by no other dealer in Montpelier. A few of its
points of excellence are : Soft and oliable UDDers that do not stretch.
a comfortable boot that holds
uuiur uuu yuiuu a niuaa iu wuur.
Union Bloclc, State St,,
65,000 Hanover Crackers
Jlanul'rtcturcd at Vhito Itivor
all Dcalors m Vormont
The stoady increasinp demand for my goods haa compelled me each yoar to enlarge und
Increnao mv fanllltlps. and now I liave the larcest and most comnlete Factorv of the klnd in
Vfirmont. Tnrning out over 05,000 " Ilaiiover
" llanover Uruckeru are vfliat tne people want.
tbepast, and hoping yon wlll alwaya asK
UitACKKits, l am respectitiuy
We Lead,
ITaving just received the largest, fmest and cheapest stock
oi" goods, we are prepared to sell the lowest.
Dress Goods of All Kinds!
Yelvets, Yelveteeny, Plushes, Plain and Broeado Cloakings,
Ribbons, Buttons; Ladies', Gents' and Ohildren's Hosiery,
all kinds and prices; Linen HandkerchiefSj Napkins, Tablo
Linen, Table Covers, Felt for Covers, Prints, Cottons, etc.
In Vases and Fancy Goods of all kinds, all of which will
be sold cheaper than ever before.
statoSio?gSlVor.vt,l H. C. WEBSTER.
either for themselves or children, should not fail
to examine the goods in this depart
ment before purchasing.
Invite All to Come
H Croun, Anthmn. r.rnnchltln. Xcurnl-
mrn pria. iciiuuiuntietn. .iohnson's ano-
m ,.,!. ..i.- , , ... .
Cte) will iutantancously rotlcvo llicso tcrrlhlo
discnscn, anJ wlll positivcly curo nlno cnsca
out of ten. Inrormatlon that wlll navo many
livps sent frcc by mall. 1 lon't delay a moment.
1'roventlon ls bcttcr than curc.
TIor (iholera,&c. Sold everywhercor ent bvmall for5.'x:. In
stamps. Fnrnlihcd Inlaref cans, prlce ll.MO; hy mall, $1.30.
Clrculars frec. I. S. JOHNSON LO., Uoston, Mass.
Winter Trade!
desirable in my line of goods
and Misses' wear, which
Low for Casli
I also keep constantly on hand
Longola Boot!
its shape till worn out, keeps its
jrriuo, ipo.uu por puir.
- - - Montpelier, Vt.
Junciion, Vermont, aiid sold by
and ev Jlamnsluro
" Crnckers ovcry working day provos that
iuanKiiig yon ior your generous paironaf;e in
ior bmith s confeotionkky ana HANOVEit
White River Junction, Vt,
Not Follow!
rltht at tln'ir doors. llllttarda and
tornadoen do not devastntu thelr cropi
uu rum uivir uuiiirs. i uave
300,000 AcresS'K
tsaiy parmtatn luug
w r&la ot liitvrv.t.
Uxaau, lduuliiK, Mlch.
i h i
and Examine Themi
Stands acknowledged the
King of Sewing Machines,
It haa tho only pcrfeot AUTOMATIC
BOBBIN WINDER over made, windlneovery
bobblu aa smootli na n cpool of sllk.
Ithoa tholKft EMBROIDERER In tho world.
lt will do tlio wldcKt rango of work, nnd ti
tho LIGHTEST RUNNING machlno In tho
mnrket. Agcnts wanted In unoccupled territory,
The White machlnca are nold ln Waterbury, Dnx.
bnry, WaltBfleM, Moretown, Stowe, Bolton and Fayston
oyu. u. UKiiiii, waTerDury, aii ircieia oi
Inqnlry ln rtgard to the White wlll rectve yiomptat.
tentlon. Agood aasortinent of machlnea conBtantlyon
hand at my Btore. J. C. GKIOGS.
k. h.ddy,
Jio. 70 Stafe SU, opposlto Kllby, Boston.
Recnres Tatente ln the Unlted Slates; alto ln Great
llrltaln, France and other forelgn countrlea. Coplesof
theclalmB cf any l'atent furnlBbed hy reralttlng ont
ilollar. ABBlgnmenU recrdd at WaBhlngton. ,Vo
Agrncv in the UnUtd Stata poiituti luperxor aeili
ties for obtaininf Vatenti or aictrtaininff the patent
abilitv 0 fnmfiont.
K. H. BDDT, Solldtor of Tatentj.
" I regard Mr. Eddy aa one of the mctt eapable and
luecusjul practltlonera wlth whom I have had offlclal
" CUAS. MASON, Commtoioner of ratentB."
" Inventors cannot employ a peraon more truBtworthy
or more capahle of Becuring for them an early and fa
vorahle conBlderatlon at the l'atent Offlce.
" UDMUND 11UKKE, late Commlloner of ratenta."
" Bobiok, October 19, 1970,
" R. II. Eddy, EtQ.: Dear Sir Tou procured for
me, In 1840, my ttrst patent. Hlnce then yon have acted
for and advlBed mo ln hundreds of CAaee and procured
many patentB, relBBuea and eitenBlona. 1 have ocoa
Blonally employed the bet agenclea ln New VorH, l'hlla
delphla and Washington, but I stUl glve you alniOBt the
whole of my bnBlneaB, ln your Une, and advlae others to
employ yon. Youre truly, QEOKQE DRAPEK."
Iioeton, Jannary 1, 1683. 77-83
Ilie MM Roller Stt
Snporpedes all
rz c r
m "
fejfer NantasketBeaoh
f3?Sonil for
Clrculurs nnd
J Prlce Idsta.
Hantasket Roller Skate CoM
25 Middle Sti-oet
nnx 78. i.owkll, ar.ss
1-IHKAItY IIOOKS rciialrrd. IA1KB
f.KTS, nnd VAriHl ItOXKS mmlo to ortler
ln tlio Ix'st, liealeat and chnpcftt iiiannor,
IirlA rl,,i I ni'n HnvirnrL llmv ltrtih jlin
I ln l itluir ni'tlio iihovo l'ini'a wlll ronatilt their
nwn lnttTPSt uy anmllni; lt or wrltlnR for
Makea l'ractlcnl Arlthmetlo naiy for all. Slmpll
Ites the art of oompatatlon, and enablee every
Itarmer and Tradeenun to make correot and lu.
tanUkueons calculatlont tn all thelr huBlneM trana
aetlons. Ii vorth lu weight ln gold to every one qolek
In flgurea. lt l nently prlnteil, elegantly bonnd, M5
rompanled by a Remkwaili Dlary, Silioati Blate,
1'urirrCAL Calendar and Valcaili l'ocket ltook.
Morocco, 81. Bent poBtpald on reoelpt of prloe.
AkcuU wauted, 8ell rapidly. Addrws
8-39wc MHloue, New Tork.
Htuto Mrcet, Muntpeller, Vt.,
Cutt and matra np all garinenU ln the lateit laBhlon at
hl old atand. Iluf fal and Vnnti Cnata made and
rfpalwl at liU tollorlng toomi, up ttaliB. 13-30
Wll.l, 1IK KA1'1,Y
prtnted on firTY
w wvsnwiBiw v;llllllllll VJlb&'n.
all diferent, and aent post-pald for unly four J-oeul
Btampe; Blx packn (or twenty 3-rent atauipn. Addreni
UNION UAItl) OO.. .Montpelier, Vt.
wfree. Addrei II. lUmtT Co., rortland. Mo.
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