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FREE PRESS, FRIDAY, JANUARY
LSS(. TAYILYE PAGES.
SHERMAN AND (WANT.
FORMER REITERATES HIS ATTACHMENT.
Knootoi tlio lliittmu out of tho North
Ainerlrnti KcvIcm'b Statement Ke
licntn 111" oft KvliH'i'd Loyalty to the
Uai.timohi:, Jan. ir. Tlio following let
tor from Gen. W. T. Sherman will be pub
lished to-morrow In relation to Gen, Grunt
and tho recent statement in the North
American Review :
ST. Louis, Jan. 1!2, 1SS0.
To iff f. Ocorac Mnrrtxon, HaUlmnrc:
Dear Sir I have received your letter of
the 7th lust, with the newspaper slip en
closed. Of course I have reail carefully
the llrst volume of Gen. Grant's memoirs
and regard it as admirable in every sense,
and now nwalt the second Volume which I
doubt not will be equally valuable and in
teresting. From the day I reported to him
from I'aducah till ills death, our relations
wore as brothers, rather than as com
mander and commanded, anil it Is utterly
impossible that T could have spoken
the words quoted in a late number of tliu
Xortli American Iluvlew. 1 have a
very lui'Ho correspondence and converse
freely with thousands of people
and, ns is natural, we often speculate on
what might have been, had Guneral
Grant none to tlio rear and (J. K. Smith
fought the battle of Sliiloli ; what might
have been had Washington accepted his
warrant in tlio Kuglish navy, etc., but
that 1 could have written the tmsitive ex
pression "that had C. V. Smith lived Grant
would have disappeared from history" is
nit ! til Tirvkllttl It I' I
I want to live in peace and to avoid all
controversy, but I am conlldcnt wo shall
learn on what authority this publication is
based. I enclose a slip containing my
last public utterance about Gen. Grant,
wheu I announced his death to his old
comrades of the army of the Tennessee.
(He encloses a printed copy of an
eulogy on Grant at that time.
I believe no man living or dead
has borne more willing testimony
to Grant's great (jualities, especially as de
monstrated at Forts Henry and Doiiel-f-on,
Shiloh and Vicksburg, than myself.
W. T. SlinitMAN.
YOHKTOWN SOOIl'.TY IN ritANCl'.
Minister .Ucl.anu l'clli'ltutrs 1'raiiro on
11 pr l'art In the ltut iilutlon.
I'aims, Jan. 15. At the meeting of the
Yorktown Reunion society, to-day, many
distinguished Americans and oilier guests
were present. Minister .McLmiu in his
speech said: "I congratulate myself on
being present, both as United States min
ister to recognize the services of the
Krench in the American revolution, and
as a comrade of the descendants of those
Frenchmen. I am a grandson of a soldier
who fought from the beginning to the end
of the war under LnKuyette. I am also
the bearer ot the insignia of the society
of Cincinnati. In tins two-told character
I recognize how much gratitude America
owes France tor the alliance that gave
us such powerful aid. I hope the people
of France who have borne arms will never
have cause to regret that her glory is in
nart coiiiiiosed ot the heroic deeds which
her uniis accomplished on land and sea in i
the deleuceof tiie American people."
A I.lVIMi ciikm atoky.
Niinili.'i's of lloinrl.'ss Wanderer-; Humeri
Alhit in u Hit) stack.
London, Jan. IS Tin distressing news
has just le-en received ot the burning of
an enormous haystack at I.onlierg, liu
v i rl i wuicli had been ued during tin; cold
i .ti.Tiui" the slielleriif vagrants. A
l.u -i r numbi-r than usual of homeless
and Tevs had smujIu slielter under it
andwluii' all wete asleep it took lire,
pic.'ial i.v li'Miu I he ashen ol a pipe. Twenty
dead Oudii s have already been taken from
the rums and it is thought many others
were burned to death.
Ilnlil llui'Kl:il'i IS.lu'Vil.
l w Yi)l!N, Jan. 1.1. There have been a
number of burglaries in Ronton lately
and the police of that city traced the pro
ceeds to New York. They sent onto In
spector Ryrnes requisition-, for four
thieves suspected ot being members of the
gang. The lour were arrested last night
and gave their names as Thomas Connors
age -ii, laborer, James McDonald, alms
Wilby, age clerk, Michael O'Connor,
age tiU, blacksmith, John Clark, age i!T,
printer. They were identified as old of
fenders and were turned over to Ronton
ollicials to be taken to that city. In three
mouths this gang did fid safe join in dill'er
ent parts of New England, and secured
flU.IiUO. Their largest booty was got in
Providence where they took ilM) from
tlio safe of Harvey A- Otis, the smallest at
Milford, Me., from the safe of F. L.
Holmes where they secured '. More
than half the jobs wero done between
December 1 and January I. On the latter
date they blew open the safe in the Ames
plow works. Their jolw were the follow
ing : Luther P. Wiggiils ic Co,, Huston,
1000; Rhodes Rros., Boston, lf0 ; Frank
II. Cousins, Rlddeford, Me., UM ; S. R.
Paine, Marhlehead, 100 ; a jewelry store
in Millers Falls, .10o0 ; the postolflce at
A I'll I r View or tlio Subject, by II Vermont
Editor of the Manchester Mirror:
' What wns and is understood by
tlio mass of tho people is that tho Agricul
tural colleges were founded and endowed
fot the special benellt of fanners, and It
was expected that anxious throngs of far
mers' boys would crowd the collegu halls,
and in two, three, or four years come forth
from them clothed, so to speak, with the
science of farming, and almost without
exception enthusiastic and eager with the
desire to engage in that honorable though
rather laborious occupation, and by both
precept and .'example show the old plod
ders a new and easier way through the
paths of science to an agricultural millen
nium. Rut sowhow the farmers' hoys have not
"crowded" to any great extent, and when
such as did come graduated from the Ag
ricultural college most of them did not
seem to hanker after fanning to an alarm
ing degree, but took up otheroccupatloiis.
mostly the less laborious kinds ut manual
From these results the farmers feel that
in some way they have been cheated and
defrauded, because their Agricultural
college did not graduate farmers, as a law
school turns out lawyers, or a medical
sciiooi doctors, and the teachers are
blamed, and fault found witli the meth
ods of teaching i but I have- yet to see a
course ot study marked out by any of the
fault-lluders to take the place of those
In the Ursa place, the institutions called
agricultural colleges, and provided for by
net of Congress ot Julys, 1NVJ, belong no
more to farmers, and, are so tar as the act
shows, no more for graduating farmers
than tliev are to make carpenters, black
smiths, printers, or tailors. The act in
section four specifies for the colleges so en
dowed that "the leading object shall be,
without excluding other scientific and
classical studies, and including military
tactics, to teacli such brunches of learning
as are related to agriculture anil me me
A Help to Oooil DIkdbI Ion.
In the llrllhh Mnttml Journal Dr. W
llolicrts, ot laichuul, illtciifws the rllcct ol
Huiioi-p, ten, cntlee imil cocoa on dlirestlon.
All of thein tetil.il the ehcinleiil prociwes,
liuliiiiKt ol' Ihi'in Kiiinuliite the uliiinliiliir
nctli It v mid niils-eilhir ci'iitrnrtloiis. Distilled
spirits letaid the salivary or peptic illKcstlon
tint Rlluhtlv when iquirhwly ucd.
Wines weie round to lie lilirlilv Injurious
lo salivary dlirtstlon. On peptic illi-cstliiil nil
wine, exert a retardlm- I llucuei'. They
stimulate the irhuidiiiar ami muscular activity
ot the stomach, Mien e'rciit wlnc-t Cxcrttho
Hreutet muniint ot (rood with the leat harm
tnilnrcMli'ii. When one' illKcstlnii Is out ot
order evervlhliur K'a'R awry, unices, us la tlio
ea-e ol T. T. Seal-, of llellalre, Ohio, who Imil
hurt dyspep-la fur seven years, tho illirextlvo
iippnrntiis Is kept In npplc-pio entlni order by
Warner's Tippecanoe tin' best appetite pro
liuceriinil regulator In tho world.
Ten, even In minute ipnuitith s, completely
paruly.i'S tho action ot the saliva. The tan
nin in strong Da is Injurious. Weak ten
should be used, P at nil. Strom innVe niiil
cocoa are uNo injurious If used In excess.
tiii: jimniNov ci.inton hank.
What the Creditor will (let Imi Mutter oT
Washington, Jan. 18. The comptroller
of tho currency lias received front tho ex
aminer in charge of the Lancaster Nation
al bunk of Clinton, Muss., a statement
showing its condition at tho close of busi
ness on the HOth inst. The amount duo
depositors was '.'ii,n.vt and the contingent
linliillty for note mid bills redisconnleil,
was upward of fc-Wi.tmo. There is an ad
ditional contingent liability of an amount
unknown, arising from the abstraction of
live certificates from the certillcato of
deposit book, one ot which it has been as
I certaiued was tilled in tor tfiouU On ac
1 count ot the questionable value ot many
I of the ns-ietsaiid the complications arising
from the peculations of t lie president, it is
impossible to give any reliable iuforma
I tinu as to the amount the bank's creditors
j will ultimately receive.
j von ncotii.ATioN or kaii.uoads.
j Provisions or the Semite Hill to That
Washington, Jan. li. Following is a
lies & McMalion.GRASP
AT Till' '
Department Stores, j m
Why wc can, and do, un
dersell all competitors :
chaiiic arts in order to promote
the liberal and practical education ot the i.jef .sy(jpss f)f tip. bill to regulate com
industrial c asses in the several pursuits , fnlm ... s nilllllllit.
anil protessious oi uie."
'I'd me there seems an Important differ
ence between teaching such brandies of
learning as are rclnled to agriculture and
mechanic art", and teaching the arts them
selves or learning the trades. And it
seems but n fair Interpretation of the act,
or the meaning and intent of it, that it
was simply wh.it it said, to promote the
liberal and practical education of the in
dustrial classes, though classical educa
tion and the preparation tor professional
life, so called, were not to be excluded. In
other words, these schools were to afford
increased facilities tor higher and more
general education. What are some of
those "branches of learning relat'ng to
agriculture and the mechanic arts "
Here is u clipping from the Mirror onil
'firmer which points in the direction ot
one brunch at least : "The great mass of
people, lien they try to coirespond with
lriends or acquaintances through Ihe
tuii'ls, put their names to collections of
sentences So twisted and distorted and de
formed so as to be absolutely painful to
any one who has ever had the pleasure of
reading an epistle rich in Idea, skilltully
and gracefully expressed." Why not
teach them to express themselves with
tolerable clearness and accuracy 't
Classical colleges no not turn out law
yers and doctors and ministers; they are
supposed to train the mind and sharpen
the intellectual tools for their trades, anil
when this bus been done they go to their
several schools and learn their trades. si0
if a young man wishes to best fit himself
for a farmer and goes to college, of what
ever kind lie may, I fail t o see why the
merce reported from the Senate commit
tee upon inter-State railroad transporta
tion to-day, by Senator Culloni. After
specitying tliu kinds of tralllc to which
tliii regulations prescribed are to apply,
and declaring that all charges made by
such carriers shall be reasonable, prelimi
nary sections aim to prohibit every variety
of unjust disci iinination, to prescribe ade
quate penalties therefor, and to prescribe
for their enforcement In the United States
courts. These sect ions include the require
ment that all carriers shall allord reason
able facilities, for the interchange of traf
llc with connecting lines and the prohibi
tion of a greater charge for shorter than
for longer distance, except when it can be
allirmatively established that such charge
does not contribute unjust discrimina
tion. Another section requires all
carriers subject to tho provisions of the
proposed uct. to tile turills and classillca
tions with the inter-stato commerce com
mission and provides that they shall be
posted, or otherwise published, but leaves
to be determined by the commission, the
manner ot puollcatlou anil the places at,
and between, which the ratosshall be pub
lished. Provision is made for enforcing
the requirements of the commission in
these respects through the courts and tiro
vision is also made for the appointment by
the president ot live commissioners to lie
continued by the Senate, and several sec
tions are devoted to prescribing the duties
ol the commissioner
ruder these sections it is proposed to
give llic commission lull power to otitain
all information necesary to Die peifonn
Wo Import a Iiii-kc port ton of our t-oods,
which melius bouulit ouc-thlrd less tlmn
our competitors own them.
"nd. When those dull mouths eonieiuid every
one sells at cost our PHICi:SAltn:iOPI'K
CF.NT LESS THAN OTIt Hits'.
Itril.-Oiirdepiirtmentsiire so connected ntul
our ciedi system so nrrniiircd Hint our
la rKe.it expense Is In the huge stock we
Therefore our prices tire li ved so
low thai any one ran buy at
.iVep Vor.- triers, - per cent
loss than tit smaller stoics,
and we are then ".ettingn
Till March 1st
We ask no Margin
Saturday, Jan. 16.
War in our Fancy and Small
Ware JJepartnient. For
Heavy Flannels, Cloaks
and Winter G-arments
Wo will accept uny reasonable oiler. We
iHiiiKht SltitiO worth nT Itibbuus tit 15 cts. Who
wants a lew of what Is lelt at thcirown price ?
men nils eiiiiimu ior iiiiiue proiuauK' in
formation legnrilliiK our
Crockery mid oilier Departments.
MILES & McMAHON,
" ' . V ' V.'. ... : I mice of its duties, to constitute a board or
' . ' l" 7" .. '. :l' :: . arbitration lur the adjudication of .such
his case from that ol another young man
who means, by and by when he hits learn
ed his trade, to tret bis hing at law, or
medicine, or building houses. J leaven 1
knows he will need all those qualities in
a succe.s-stul larmer in these
I What are the reasons why so lew grad
uating from t he agricultural colleges be
i come tanners ? I think I can name some
of them : A farmer's boy knows the hard
' ships of a farmer's lite ; he lias turned the
grindstone betore breakfast, milked the
cows m tii mornings in winter wlp-u the
mercury was hunting Ihebnlb in the ther
mometer, and he doesn't like it. He sees
only the lair side ol other occupations the
will learn later that they all have their
hard linesi, nnd he thinks he will take the
brighter, easier life. Another reason is in
the idea that a man who goes to lollege
until nilhi takes some profession, and that
tunning does not need a college education. I
Again, he may be ambitious, and those lie
has known as the honored the judges,
senators, governors, presidents have been
professional men, and he sees only tliat
path to riches and honor, and does not
recognize the tact that it Is not thupath
so much as the person who treads it that
reaches the heights. He sees the successes
but notes not the failures. Again, I do
not believe aiuan can be luadea thorough,
dillereiice between shippers and carriers
as can lie amicably settled through its in
tervenlioii, ami to provide for the prompt
enforcement of its lecommendations
throuirli the cum Is and resort to them
should it become necessary
O'll.-III.-y lor DyimmlU
1 sj-. 1 1 in, .Idii." is. A most enthusiastic
meeting of the Irish Nationalists of Ho
ton was held last evening. Mr. .lohn
lioyle O'llcilly delivered an eloquent nd
dies-, in which lie advocated In uuques
tinned terms the use of dynamite to aid in
the subjection and downfall of Kngli
rule in Irelnn I, 1 ne other speakers were
the Hon. I'otlip.J. Doherty and the Hon
John H. I'itjeralil. who followed the ex
ample of their pi ein.-ces.sor, nnd guaranteed
their support toward the independence ol
tliu llisp people.
l.j ni'lilng nil Jinliiitm Murderer.
Vinii.nm;s, Ind., .Tan. Is A masked
mob went to the jail here about midnight
and took out the negro Kpps, murderer ot
Farmer DoIjmui. and hung him. The
sheriff ret used admission to the party, but
the jail doors were battered in with heavy
sledges and thesherilf was made a tempo-
prary prisoner, f-.tips shrieked like a ma
practical farmer at any college, -v-ii , i,lc llt ucst. l.tir was, .-.ik-uc-ed by u lilow.
IMOOil 1L llliljt IIKH'.I IIUIII 111111 t.pi-ll- .
meiil station attached. The larm is the r
nliice for that, and the better the voting rnv" """ f"r ""
nan is equipped mentally, nnd the keener Hi.oiim -ol i:'.. lYun., .Tan. K "Wild
his intellectual tools are sharpened iv i im ., ,, ,.,i,.i ,,,, ., .i.ts i-fumtv
.1. ..I.. I! t... I.... 1... I f.... '
uscpuoe, I ., "uiiv.1 in is I'll' ' 1 vim ml-hIiM. lime this aiteinoon for
j pur.-e lie was to cover a distance ot
twenty two tiiiie-, troiu inis city io nan-
ls eo nipped lor
his work and the more probable (all other
things being equal I his sllcces.-i. There
was more I had in mind to say, hut my
"say" is already too long, and 1 close
leaving it unsaid.
O. M. TlXKlIAM.
Nortli I'omfret. Vt.
riGUTINC, AMONG TlimiSni.VKS.
Percy's Great Reduction in Prices
Overcoats and Underwear is a Boon
to all in need of Clothing.
Having- mailt- a I linrongli examination of our MoHc we find onr
solvcs nvoi.slockod, - i 1 1 ja" (h llic unfavorable wciitlnsr. tilth a
rinr of rloKiii! hJI'sih much of (his stork iis possible before inven
tory, we have nniile discounts in prices ranging Croin ten to thirty
per cent. This is a bona lile reilnction iind the barnuins it covers
cannot tail to result in quick sales.
Inaildition to the sltuihtcriii; low prices we. iiunic
a t Tin:
Nearly Ready I
Every Verrnonter should own the history of
the part taken by Ills state in tho war ot the
rebllliou. It will nmvr bo out of date or
cease 1 1 lie valuable. The llrst volume of tho
"Vermont in the Civil War."
will soon lie ready for
only by siilincriptloa.
delivery. It is sold
Sow is the time to
S. II. Wood or A. S. 1'I.Miry, St. Album.,
Burlington Trust Com-;
Office at Howard National Bank
Hours i ii. m. totl p. in
Mondays 7 to S p. in.
j cjQsV,. 1V II uj uuuuill
- Jci '' ; I With every cnsli sale of $lii.00
!fcwl ' i wr,,,0PC'
I t-f0S-A$LA A "Ve niake this present ns an in-
pfcSW to pnrcliiisc reliable
fcMsflcll pWwH$?J I'lotliiii!,' on which wc lose
.V U ' Tr VCIY f .JtV rSTwsp, money rather than carry overto
' 'i fr HMUiti another year.
' LNLIQHTtNINO THE 80YS.
We call special at t cut ion to our line assortment
fi 21 m n. -.1
: A. N. PERCY & CO
This eornimny i a lci.nl depository of mon
eys nun property, lor courts ot prolmto mid
liisolvener, executois, administrators, a.isbrn-1
eos, Kunriliaun, trustees, corporutions and In-1
It will lecelvp deposits In any sum from
one dollar upwards and nllowinteret thereon I
nt tho rate of Knr 11 I'I'.lt CUNT pr.lt AX-'
Nl'M payable semi-aiinually.
THIS RATE OF INTEREST GUARANTEED, j
-tPI'irtu on ilepfiits not In excess of HI teen
hundred dollars nr' paid by this company.
iiucieM nearinif uertinc.iK'S oi i)epou also
Oitf store irill In
lirildi, (it H o'eloel;.
ettfsctt T( t ereniiiif, cxceit Momtiij ttmf
Yon Onglit to Get Tliem To-day I
C. M. SPAULPINH. PltKS'T.
It. 11. SMAM.EV, VlCR-PllEs'T.
11. U WA It 13. TltKAS,
February Yi dfcwtf
vllleand return m .1 , liotii-s, witliont any
tralulp., and over a bar.l road, lie made
the illst.ince in !! hours and r iniuutes.
Let Aiiiericaii Ability I) Is play It noil.
WasIUXotox, Jan. 10. The department
ot.Stute hits lieen olllcially advised that
the kiiii? o Iiel"lum has proposed an nn
nual prize of U5,000 francs for the purpose
of encouraging works of niinil, competi
tion to be open to all nations and to be de
ckled by a jury apppointed by the klni; of
lleluium to conslbt of seven members, of
whom three are to be HcIkIiuis and the
remainder foretellers. Prize formim- the
third mixed international competition,
will be iidjinteed in lb.SH to tlio bet work
on the prouress of electricity, as u motive
power, means of illumination, etc.
A Lawyer's Crime,
Nbw Youk, Jan. 18. Kor two year.-,
past Lawyer Charles Hertrund, used
has acteil as counsel for Catharine Zeitz of
llrooklyn, who had lltteatlon with her di
vorced husbnuil, Clmrlcs llaaft, about
wnne property In dispute between them.
Hnnft during the lltlnatiou had beveral
time caused Hertrund to bo arrested upon
various charges. .Min. .oitz in all In
Btancca beenmo surety for llertrand, till
her liability on that ncoro became an
amount of 4111,000. To-ilny Mrs. Zeitz be
camo convinced that ISertrnnd meant to
(lecamii and leave her to pay his bonds.
one .sei out wiiu an onicor io imil ln.-r
counsel, had him arrested mid at the slier
ill's olllco surrendered him up. l.ate in
tho afternoon uti ollicer with lii rlnind in
custody started for llnyiuoml hi reel j, ill,
llrooklyn. On the way the prisoner usked
permission to net it sandwich In a saloon
near the court house and while inside he
passed to a closet and there shot himself
through the heart, falling back dead loin
tho arms of the oilicer who rushed to the
Liberal uud CoiiMirvattvu Leaders
Divided on tliu Irlih Oiiestiou,
l.oxtiox, Jan, 18. The Liberal party
leaders are fighting desperately among
themselves on tho Irish question. The
statement that Lord Spencer was convert
ed to Mr. Gladstone's views Is true. On the
other hand Mr. Chamberlain has threaten
ed Mr. Gladstone that if home rule, is pro
posed lie will secede and smash the party.
The wliig cabal also, against -Mr. lilad-
stono Is most formidable, and finds ex
pression in tlio Duke of Westminster's
insinuation against Irish members, which
no man knows better is unfounded than
the (UiKe s oroiiier, iiiu wing wuip.
Tin. irnvi'i'iimeut is distracted Sir
.Michael llicks-Heach and Lord Sails- I
bury tiro anxious to get out of olllce, '
being in despair ot carrying out any
policy, l lie uaoinei, icei inni iney nave
been tarred with an Irish brush, conse I
queiitly they are anxious to break with
the IrKh party, but what their game of
battle will be is not decided. Coercion is 1
improbable because it is dillicult to pass
it, and It would belle former declarations.
A bill against boycott lug, with this result,
is anticipated. Tho country Is perfectly
quiet, despite the monstrous statements to
the contrary. Lord Randolph Churchill,
It Is believed, is ready to jump in the
Orange dlrei-tlim. ,
Stidiilt-.iiliirlort Chess Mulch. '
Su'v Viiltu, .Ian. Is. The fourth game
of chess in the mat eh for U)i) nod I lie- j
championship of the world was begun
to-day between Messrs. Sieinit. and .u- j
kerlorl, bieuiug liaving won one nuic
and Zukertoit two. Great interest was
manifested, l'.illtors D.iuu, Hold, 1'uliuer,
(iodwin and Ottendorlev were present .is
bulled gucsis. Tiie game was won by
.ii!;ertirt in ..'.) ni ives in three and a half
HAIR BALSA m
tli iMifniLir favotlto fr dri-ini;
Hi" li..n la -I-. ij ty'or v in n
L-i'ay, in i pit' u- u I .in 'in r
li cii-in- ttu m 'u, tt'n- tin
LaJrf.tiiJnir. niiilih stji toj kaMj.
nisi r it i tiu
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878.
li: FOR SEVERAL REASONS.
Warranted obsnlutrlu l'ura
Cocoa, from which the cicwh of
Oil ha boon rcDiuM il. It has (An e
times Ihe strength ut Cocoa mlxitl
with Starch, .irrowrixit orSufar,
ami Is thi reforu far inoru icououil-
cal, coating lee tlmn one tent a
cup. It Is delicious, iiuurirhhik',
ptTenKthcnlui.', e.ielly UI(!;tcU, and
ailmirulily adapted for Invullud as
well as for persons tn health.
Sold by (IrncerH everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO,, Dorchester, Mass,
Now is a Good Time
Dr. fSiitfo's Appoint incuts.
Pavilion Hotel, Mont pel ler, Thur.-day, Jim.
Il.inv Hotel. Friday, .Ian, li!, loreiiooa.
N'mihlicld Hotel, I'ri.lay allernooa.
Jhirlint-MOn, Satiirilay, Jan.
PORE WHITE LEAD,
LEAD Pil'K and SHEET LEAD.
Our iniiiiul.il iiue tiie nill.v w.ttuuiled, and
Klf iiitui'uacil b an) in ihe iiini'l.el.
I.0U1-.SI iiiarKot pi it-is tor pnno o equal
more desirous of the
SALEM LEAD COMPANY.
As I am
Cash than the Goods.
1'irht In HOOKS, all much below old prices
and Miinu uudeieut.
WrltlnK I'iiikji' and l'iiclopcs will be under
8old. Hiihool Hooks and Biip)lle3 low, ji-a, very
blank Hooks eheap tor the ipiallty.
(ifliTii'mind Toys waydown to diw lor the
Small Musical Instruments, IlooL,, .Stool',
ItaeK.", Mrind, at IIkiih s to iiisino Milea.
English Oil and Vatcr Colors, Brushes,
Canvas, &c, &c, Newspapers and
Periodicals. Organs to Rent,
.s'.voir s no ics.
THE . WEATHER DEMANDS IT
And you can save money by getting- them to-day at
WITHOUT REGARD TO COST.:"
Men's Overcoat. !
Hoys' Overcoats !
IIOYVAKI) OLM3ISA 1IOUSI
The Blue Store
85 Clmrcli Street.
SAI.ru, 51 ASS.
The 'I'lUMi'ts it' Heeuum Ai'iukinj' h.ivi
w. uii d as l'rmi Imil Jlr. 11. I) llolliinu' e. late
pihiciimLol Cralislaii itulemy, whcie he I
iuii liuiulit Willi -iii'i-i's'j, n n .1 Mis r. T. Hull
niurle us Pieeeptri'ss, who has tnuirlit nine en
years In the irnel'-d dehool ol Ks-r.x, .N. .
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riuitslht' iissiuMin-e lli.it II.mii.iii Aiiidini)
w ill uiaiiitaiii the hih ivpiu.iiioii of tin- is
aniin institution whete HinlenlH may Mili lj he
sent with e.n i tniioiis of the tni u'siin.
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