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SEMI-WEEKLT BAKNEK, TTJESDAT, JUJNEI 12, 1894.
mOM QIRLHpOD TO "WOHANHOOD. Tho changa is fraught with dongers. If thero bo paln, headache and norvous disturb ances, or tba general hoalth poor, tho judio ioui use of medicine sbould bo employed. Dr. Herco's Favorite Prescription is thobost tonio and nervina at thia ume. It brlngs about a rogularity ln tha womanly functions, curca femalo woakness, catarrhal inllammation, and uterine derange- y yi County, Va. f V Dn.B.'V.PiMicnt Zkar ulGqicluo L ivci uhd n , new pereon. I shall reo lommend you and your ' medlcino wherever I go. Vnnr TTiMlipfnn has work- m1 MMnflara fir mn anrl T oan not pralso it too much. All of rny old ymptoms havo disirppearod. YUMniImaiLlliTA DOUGHTY. Pierce-sr-Cura OB MONEV HEFCNDBDt There is an Insurance Agent InBurllngton, Vt who Ispaylngoff the poll cles lie sold twcniy years ago. See what the un derslgncd say about thelr policies. No. 88,559. 'It seems to me that the slmple story of thls policy ought to help you to Insure every lnsura. tle man ln the State of Vermont. That the man agers of the Soclety have demonstrated greal abilltT ls shown by the sncccss of my pollcy. I thinkso well of tho Equltable by actual ez Eerlence that my fons will now insuro thelr llves i additlonal amounts ln thls splendld Soclfty." C. S. DAV1S. No. 88,082. "I desiro to cxpress myentlre satUfactlon with thia investmtnt and trust that you can quote these results to increose the nuraber of pollcy holders in your'good old Soclety." LUKE CARR1NG10N. No. 88.744. The showlng Is splendld, My only regret ls that "he pollcy was not for ilve tlnies as much." MILTON G. BBOWN. No. 87,622. "Thanklng you for the splendld pollcy I have had, and wishlng tho Equltable conlinued suo ccss, I remaln. HENRY A. 8MITH." "One fnctls worth a thonsand theories." Any one dcslringLlfe orEndowment Insurance can gct a statemcnt of what such pollclo j are bc ing eettled at thls year by wrltlne the General Agent at Burlington, Vt.. giving drtte of birth of person desiring a policy. EQUITABLE L1FE ASSUBANCE SOCIETY Insurance ln forci 932,532,R77 Assets 169.056,396 Surplus 32,368,760 AUENTS WANTED W. H. S. Whitcomb, GENERAL AGEKT, BURLINGTON, Vt. HUDSON. 0S FINE CANDIES. GHOIGE FRUIT Opera House Block, BENNINGTON. em's catarri CREAIfc BALM1 Is qatckly absorbed. Cleanaen thn Tlnsal Passngea. Allajs I'nln and Iullainmation. lienls the Sores. Protectstlie Meinbrane frora Addltlounl Oold I Ilestores the Senso of Tasto and Smell. U5A. IT WILL CURE.HAVTEEVER A partlcle Is applled Into onrh nnstril andla agreeable. Price 60 cents at nrnB(rit nr bv mall, 62rl ELY BKOTIItSItS, 56 WaTron Rt N Y. DELICIOUS ROOT BEER. Scnd 2-ccnt stnmp for plctnres. TVillhms S: Casutoh, Hartford, CL 8 PER MONTH IN YOUR OWN LOCALITY mado easlly and lionornbly, wlthout capl tal, durlng your sparc hours. Any man, vroman.boy, or girl can do the yvok liand lly, without cxpcrlence. Talking un neccssary. Nothlng llkc it for moncy makiug ever offcrcd bef ore. Our workcrs always prosper. No tlrae wastcd ln Searuing the busincss. Wo tcach you fn a nlght how to succecd frora tlio flrst 3iour. You can mako a trial without cx pense to yourself. Wo start you, furnish verything needed to carrj' on the busi ncss successfully, and guarantee you against fallure if you but follow our Blmple, plain instructlon's. Reader, if you are in nced of ready money, and want to know all about the bcst paying buslness beforo the public, send us your address, and wo wlll mall you a docu ment glving you all the partlculars. 7RUE & CO., Box 400, Augusta, Maino. Work broneUt ln Monday mornlng maybe called for Wodneuday nflernoon: If brought in Wednesday or Thursday, It may be called for on BaturdayoiecuwetK. CHARLES F0RN. SOtf. 112 Noith St.. Bennington, Vt. I fKind That I ThoTralnlng of Cltlzen. Ono end of a homo education sbould bo to make of tho child a healthy, well dovoloped animnl, and thia necessltatos intellicontovorsightof his food.hia cloth ing, hU sleop, and all his physical hab its. Ho sbould bo accustomed frora in fancy to rcgularlty in oatlng, and taught to think of food as for tbe building up of tho body, und not a moro delight to tho palate. Whilo caro bhould bo exorclsod that, food should bo abundant, aourlsh iug, and wcll-proparcd, it is less ovil that tbe child should somotimes oat inforior food than that too much importanco should bo attached to more feedlng, whilo tho sociul and intollectual side of tho gathorings about the faraily tablo is lost sight of . A child' s tasto is no moro to bo outraged than thoso of his eldors; but a shild will usually tako wholesorno food without questlon, if he cdraes totho tablo with his apetito uncloycd by sweots, and if ho bas not been taught to criticiso and oboose qr rcjcct, according to thb whim of tho moraent. Slooping with oldor porsons. or in un Tohtilated r'ooms, as woll as insufQciont hours for slopp, are a damago to tho child, and are responsiblo for a deal of tho fretfulncss tbat makeB the morning hour a trial to the household. Tho prac tico of reading, singing, or in any wuy" coasiug a child to sleop is a dangorous ono, for in nothing are wo moro thor oughly tho crcatures of habitthanin thls mattcr of alcoping and waking. To go Eeacef ully and happily to bed at an early our, with a littlo good night song, and a few quiet words of raotbor-lovo and motber-counsel, und then to sink nat urally to tho sleop that comes from si lenco, darkncss, and pure cool air, that is to Und indccd "tircdnaturo'ssweot rc storer." But our citizon is to bo sometbing moro than a hoaltby animal: ho is to be govorncd by intollectual and splritual forccs; ho is to bo himself a spiritual forco. Self-control is tho ond of all disciplino, and it may bogln much carlior than most of us realize, Even frora a solfish standpoint mothers would bo iu flnito gainers if thoy would help their childron to this grand raastcry, which thoy begin with mere physical habit. But wo tcach them mstcad to borestless, by contlnually tossing, trottingcarrying, drumming on tho window, or piano, shaking toys beforo their oyes, until they are novor satisilcd tmless in porpotual motion, Wo mako them norvous and rostloss, whon wo might as easily teach thom quiot, and tho result is disastrous to physical well-being and tho growth of charactor. Activity need not borestless noss, and needs steadying for his own sako. To sit quitely and listen to talk or story. to rcspcct tho prescnco of othors, ' to yiold ono's prescnco, not to fldget un dcr restraint. thoso are all thincs to bo loarncd, habits to bo acquircd, and havo touo witu a cmia's wnoio 1110. Tiionau it of observation, tho awakening of thought, tho doyelopmcntof tho reason ing powor, all dopeud upon the self-con-trol which gives tho the grasp of him- BOlf. Unselllshnesa is lookcd uDon as a sort of heavonly grace, but it may not in every caso bo successfully nurtured, iuuiu ih uu quusuuu inai 1 is opposiio may bo. Tho child is induced to cat the food ho doos not want by tho protenso of givingitto somobody elso, to lio in l'.is crio lest anotuer cniia snouid come anu occupy it, to tako his medicino quickly, beforo sister comes to get it And when this kind of education bears its legiti mato fruit, we try to counteract it by compolling generosity quite inanarchist io fashion. I seo no rcason to doubt tbat an avaricious, grasping naturo may bo inherited; but thore are moro rational metnods otcombatingittnan compolling tho child to divido his posssessions with othors. Thoonjoyment of sharing, tho delight of giving, the satisfaction of sclf sacrifico, aro impossiblo except as tho righta of ownorehip aro recoguizod; but ownership must bo undorstood as mean ing simply responsiblo stewardship. Ty rauts aro easily mado, and the child who is allowed to strew tho room with play things, to cuc paper and whittle over tho carpot, regardless of the unneccssary work ho is making, is in training for a disrcgard of tho righta and comforts of othors which will enter into all his fu- turo dcahngs. To bo thoughtful of all who rendor servico, to bo one's self a ministor and burden-bearer, this is the Christlan socialism whoso teaching should begin in tho home. Obedience lics at tho foundation of all rightliving to recognizo tho oxistcnco of law, and yield to it tho assent of tho wholo naturo. A child may obey with out being obcdion't. To obey touchcs only habit, a dccision as to what is on the whole the most comfortablo thing to do; to bo obcdiont covers intention, dis position, desiro. A child may obey be- causo no nas discovered tnat reueliion is uselcss. and that the easiest wav is to yield without contest, justas many an aduityioias outward obedience to law becauso ho knows that in caso of conrlict bo is suro to got tho worst of it. But to mako a child obedient is to sot his will on tho sido of law, and devolop in him a principlothat becomes a part of hio char actor, so that ho shall not simply chooso to oboy, but wish to obey; so that be shall not yiold to authority, but to right; so that obedience is wrought into his habit of thought as jroll as his habit of action. This implies, as tho thoughtful paront must seo, not tho subduing of tho child's will, but precisely tho opposite. It moans to ayraken it, to enlist it on tho sido of right, and to strengthen it, that the child may hold himself to what you havo taught his judgmont to approvo. uow mucu niguor and more serviceabio a thing it is to your ohild to havo learned this. than that ho should simnlv havo learned to oboy youl You ought, indced, to bo to him tho ombodimont of right; you must of tcn decido for him what is right and wiso in action, but until he wishes to do right and takcs that fqr his law, hohas not learned tlio obedlonco which is a part of character. TruUtfulness, pure. absoluto.bcautiful. is a foundation stone of charactor; but to the child all things aro truo until wo teach him that thero is falsehood. IIo learns by oxperienco that the stars aro boyond his reach, that things which pleaso tho oyo aro not always good to cat, and that boautiful objccts can civo pain. Ho learns in tho sarne way that thero is falsehood; that words and actions aro used to dccoive, and no is quick to act upon tho ovil knowlcdge. My indigna tion is always arosod whon I hear pooplo quote against childhood tho words of Da vld, "They go astray as soon aa they aro born speaking lica." David said that as ho did a good many other picturcsquo things of his enomles, such as, "Adders poison is undor thoir tonguos," "Thoy what their tonguo liko a sword." But childron f all easily into habits of untruthf ulncss from f oar, from injustico, from a desiro to accomnlish their ends. and ofton with no propor sonse of tho Boriousuess of tlio oltenco. llow should it seom a sorious thing to thom whon do- ceit and falsehood aro uscd toward thom by thoir eldors? whon wo mako light of our promises, or tako refugo in tho men tal rosorTation to do a thing if it provos bcst? The mothor romanccs to tho child about tho now babv: tho child ro manccs about somothing clso and is pun iahod. Sho cnforccs authority by thrcats nnvnr mi'anfc to be oxecutod. and nrom isos nevcr meant to bo fulfllled.and thon wonders that tho child is noc truthful and honest and straightforward in hts dealings witii otnore. The homo ought to toach industry, nromntnoss and ordor, Tho markot val- uo of a child's work is not the moasuro of its worth. Whatovor portion of tho daily work falls to tho child's sliaro ho should understand that it belongs to him legitimately as a member of a partnoi sliip, and that his roputatlon deponds upon his doing it promptly, rogularly, and in a workmanliko mannor, whethor he likes tho work or not is not at all to tho aucstion. Your child needs to loarn what a multitude of men and women havo never learned, and what tho judg mont approvos is to be consciontiously carried out without any refcronco to tho fact that it is nofun. A great stumbling block with children is their idea that peoplo whon thoy aro grown up do just wiiat tuoy pieaso Dccauso moro is no vis iblo comDulsion unon them. It is in tho' homo that they must bo taught that obedience is the law of lifo undor which paront and child both livo, and that wo aro to do the richt not becauso anv ono says must to us, but becauso wo say must to oursolvos. If ptomptness bo tho most difflcult of all virtues to teaou our cnlld rcn, it is that whoso possession will bo a pricoloss boon to them. It is worth a smali fortuno to them to bo taught to go without delay from ono thing to anothor. noithor wasting their tlrae nor stealing that 01 otbers. jn ortn westorn u ni versity Evanston, Ui. STATE NEWS. Tho grand 1itt of St. Johnsbury has n lnnl Af C 1 1 (VI 077 tVio vnal nafitn m n U ing $2,700,093, the personal property $1, 140,083, and thero aro 1,001 polls. Dr. H. D. Ilolton of Brattleboro. and Dr. Goorgo Davenport of VVost Rut- laud, are dologates from this Stato to tho Amcrtcan Medlcal Association now in session in San Francisco. Araonc the Brattleboro tax navers who formerly lived in Wilmington wo notico tho following who pay taxos on moro than $5,000: O. A. Alvord, $5,400; P. Wi Childs and wifo, $0,385; S. T. Davenport. $8,020; T. B. Deraing. 80.- 200; L. F. Pottee, $5,775. Tho Burlington Freo Press says that somo influcntial Episcopalians aro hop lng to securo tho Lawjonco Barnes plhco as a residcnce for Bisbop ITall. On tho other liand Dr. Hall proposes to livo at Rockv Point. where ho can havo somo ovorsight of tho two diocesan schools tnere. wniio uo remains responsiuio tor them. Frank Phillips of Glover, prcsentcd to tho Shcep Breedera' mectiug a record of a Cotswold sheep that sheared 22 pounds of wool, brcaking all provious rceords. Tho following resolution was passcd: Iicsolvcd, That tho breedors of Cotswold and Shropshiro Bheep in con vention assombled hereby express thoir disapprovai or tuo euorts boing mado in Congrcss to placo wool upon tho freo list. Such action it helieves will scri ously cripple, or completely dcstroy tho sheep industry of Vermont, and theroby inlliot a serious loss upon a large num ber of tho citizens, and provo beneflcial to nono. We, thereforo, urgo respect fully upon our ropresentatives in Con gress, that thoy use all tho means in their power to prevent this legislation. Tho Odd Fellnws of Rutland since tho Grand Lodgo of May 10, have raiscd unwards of $0,000 frora tho local frator- nity for tho Stato Odd Follow's homo. Thocrand iury for Caledonia countv has filed four indictments against Charlcs T. Waltor, of St. Johnsbury, for for- f;eiics amounting to $8,700. His ball was ncreascd from $5,000 to $12,000, was f ur nlshed, and Walterreturned to his homo. When flrst arrested, Walter was indjiced to slgn a llst of forged paper, ana but for this schedule in tho liauds of tho Stato's Attorney there would now remain no ov1 idonco against him, as tho notes havo all been paid and destroyed. Gov. Fullor has appointed Fred E. Prichard, principal of tho Nowbury Som inary, examiner of teachers for Orango oounty, in placo ot (ieorgo u. iiorris, oi Wells Rivor. Needs -Sbortening So do all cooks; and the puzzle for every one of them has been how to avoid sodden pas try. The problem has now been solved by the NEW VEGETABLE SHORTENINQ which makes light, crisp, wholesome and easily digested pastry. The most famous cooks in the country say so, and you will also after a fair triaL Make it now. Bold In 3 and 6 lb. palla uj ii irocen, Ua iore you get the lenulna. Made only by Tbe N. K. Falrbaok Gompany, CHICAGO, 324 State 8t., Bolton, Portland.Mo, V COPYRIGHTS. OAN I OBTAIN A PATENT t For a prorapt answer and an honest opinlon. wrlto to DIUNN &t C(.,Trho have hadncarlrflftrTeara' cxpcrlence ln tbe patent busincss. Communlca tlom strlctly confldemial. AllnndbooUof lo. lormatlon concemlng Patents and bow to ob- taln them sent freo. Also a catalogno of mecban lcal and sciontino books sont f ree. Patents takcn throuRh Munn & Co. rccolvo rpoclal notico Intbo Sclentillc Amcrlcnn, and thns aro brousbt wldely berore tho publlo wlth pnt cost to tbe inventor. Thls splendld paper, Issncd wceklr, eleuantly illnstrated. bas br far tho larecst ctrculatton ot anr sclenUno work ln tho world. $3 a year. Sample copies scnt freo. UulldlnR Kdltlon. tnont hlr, pW a year. Slnslo coplcj, ta cents. Brery number conuins beaa Hful plates. In colora, and photograpbs of new bousos, with plans, enabllmt bullders to show tho latest deslims and aecure contracts. Address num & co, Msw Yonc, aui iikoadwat. Cottolene 1 I II I IIIMMf I III II I I I llll for Infans OTHERS, Do Bateman s Drops, Godfrey'a Cordlal, many Bocallod Soothlng Byrups, ond znost remedlea for children are composod of opium or znorphlne f Po Yotx Know that opium and xnorphlne aro stupefylng narootlo polsons f Pe Yon Know that In most countrles drnggista are not pennittod to sell narootlcfl trlthout labellng them polsons 1 P Yon Knonr that you should not pcnnlt any medlcino to bo glvcn yonr rhnA unless you or your physlclan know of what it ls composed f Po Yoa Kno-pr that Castorla ls a purely vege tablo preparatlon, ond that a llst of tto lngredlenta ls published with cvcry bottle 1 Ho Yon Know that Cactoria is tho prescrfptlon of tho famous Dr. Bamuel Pitcher. That it has been ln uso for nearly thlrty years, and that moro Castorla is now sold than of all other remedles for children oombined 1 Do Yon Know that tho Patfifll) OtlcO Departmetit of the Unlted BtAtes, ond bt other countrles, havo lssuod oxcluslvo right to Br. Fitcher and his asslgns to use Uio word " Castorla " and its formula, and that to lmltnto them ls a state prlson offense t v Po Yon Know that ono of tho rcasons for gmntlng thls govexnment protoctlon was becauso Castorla had been proven to bo abaolaioly hnrzaloss? Po Yon Knnw that S5 txtJKrnget Qoscs of Castorla aro fdmtshed for 05 cents, or ono cent a doso t Ho Yon Know' that when Tjoesessed of thia perfoct preparatlon. yonr children may bo kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest t Well, thoso thtnga aro worth knowing. They aro facta. wXho fao-simiio sTi , gifrnatnro of Children Cry for Pltcher's Castorla. All shades of this celebrated Paint. Atlantic White Lead and Oils. SEEDS, SEEDS. SEEDS. FIELD, GARDEN AND FL0WER. A FULL LINE IN BUL.K AND PACKACES. E. S. GHANDLEE, Bennington Gentre. GONTIHENTI (3DF KQEM 1B? KIsqw fjDaiOafl LoDg SnDflB cggQnaBssQ"BB(iDDQ aigjc BTY IN8URGD hl $M RATE8, raOIHFTLY PAID. OHI V. H 485? ElflaSDO SftDa- - Til ONE Address all orden to the New York Weei Bennington BENNINGTON BANNER, Bennington. Vermont I ll ,! ni. - and Children. You Know that Faregorlc, . " u on averr ,wrappor. NSUIUNCE CO., iTLY ADJU8TED AND Ui I III 9 IBcSDDDDDDDgiSGDtlOc, WcBtPDtrDCIDDn'G AND - YEAR UA, Tnbune Banner. i PRICES D0WNr QUAUTYUP! This is a story in fonr words. Itcan't be beaten for brevity or trath, if brevity is thesole of wit, a wittier story has never yet been told, it wUl bear inst a little addi- tion, the prices are not only downi but they are down Iower than eve they were before, the qualityi above gold value, it is hardto m these extremes meet.but theyi to meet my wants and the presei times. A story without a moral isn't worth reading; here is the l x mi UlUliU ui uiia UUOIUBIO UUVU1 wasa better chance to pnrchase Clothing, Hats, Caps and Fnrnish ings than at G. B. SIBLEY'S. 501 Main St., Free Library Build ing, Bennington, Vt. lft-T ICYGL No accots. We sell f rd, catalcgue at AVhole iileprlcen. Shlpfor examtnatlon lieforc I a rtnn n. Cll .nma as aecnts sell for fT5, ours at tii &imo as agents sell fortlUU,ours atfW wood-rlms, 2b Ibs., samo as nnj tlMwhoel. UstylcsHUtotbO. AGME ROADSTEB $ii Uuaranteed eamo as agenta sell for 1TJ to (100. ACMEROAD RAGER, 25lbs.QOf WOOD-RIMS, uOUi Perfectllnes.perfectsteerlnir.perfectadjustment. Suaranteed samo as agents sell for $125 and (136. (Vrltten warranty with every macblna Every tlmo rou buy a blcyclo througb an ogentyou pay $30 to $50 siorotnanourwholesalaprlce for amequalltr. It costs about aa much to sell blcycles through tgentsanddealersaslt does to make them. Let prudence and economy snffgcst the better way and buy from us dlrcct at wbolesale prices. niostrated Cat&logne free. Acme Cycle Companv, ELKHART. 1ND. the FARQUHAR PATENT VARIABLE .Fmcrio.v. FEED. BEST 8ET ITOIIKS IK TIIK WORLU. Wsrrulnl Ibe beit miJe. SblDgb Mlllt, Uubloery, aad SUndud Asrieulturtl Impl aenu ot Sell Qatlilj .t Iowut prlce.. lllat tntod Ctalosnh FARQUHAR SEPARATOR LARGEST CAPACITY. Uott MODomlc.1, Ugbte.t dr.njhl, wutci no gTtln. Cleuis retdy for uuket. Send tor eoulocnei. A. B. FAIIQUIIAHCO., Ltd., Tork, Pa. Fitchburg Railroad, HOOSAC TUNNEIi RODTE. On and after May 2Tth, 1891, tralns will run at follows ; LSATX BEmmtOTON VU. BKintlNQTON & RUTLAND HXILWAT. Leave Bennington 7 37 am,arrie Troy 9 10, a m. New York 2 20 p m, Hooslck Falls 8:57, North Adams 9 63. Qreenfield 11 01 a m.Fltchburg 1 58, Boston 8 10 p m,Mecbanl0Tlle 9 02,Saratoga, 9 43 . Leave Bennington 12 35 p m, arrlve Troy 3 10, New York 7 05, Uooslck Falls 3 57, North Adams 4 46, OreenfleldO OO.Fltchburg 8 24, Bosvon 10 15 p m. Leave Bennington 3 05 p. m., arrlve at Troy 4 20, New York 3 60. Leave Bennington 5 15 pm, arrlve Troy 6 65, p.m, Hooslck Falls 614, No. Adams 7 00 p m, MechanlcTllle 6 46, p. m., SaratOM 7 33p.m. Leave Bennington 12 15 a. m, arrlve Troy 2 10 new xorK 043am. i.eave uenmngioa lor uuj north. 12 15. 6 15 and 9 10 a m, 2 3A. s 10 p m. TKAJN8 ABIUVE AT BENNINGTON. i VIA. BKNNINOTON & RUTLAND BT: lmsm, irom JNew lort, Aioany anu xrimy. 9 32 a m, from New York, Albany, TroflT, Hoo slck Falls. No.Adairi, Saratoga and Mifchanlc viUe. 2 47 p m, from New York,Albany,(urid' Troy, 4 S5 from New York, Albany andSfroy. 6 33 p m, from Albany ,Troy,HooSCk Falls. No. Adams Boston. and Baratoga. Arrlve at Ben nington from the north 1 20, a m, 105, 3 32 and 5 45 p m. ' J. B, WATSOW, Gen'l Pass. Ag't. U.A ruainiy oston. uen i weaierni-ttRBeiteer Agent. Troy. LEBAN0N JGS RAILROAD WMiAT. REYNOLDS ' Recelver. Chasge ofjfime ln effect Janudry 1, mi. UAINS LEAVE DKNNINlJTON. 8:25 mor I'etcrsonrgjJunctionNon" . Adams and Boston and all polnts East ana west on tne Fitchburg R. ItV Also. oi. all polnts on Lebanon SpringsU.lt For Petersbnrg Junction, No Hli Adams and Boston. For Petersbnrgh Junction, Wl llamstown and North Adam and all points on Lebanon 3:20p. 5:48 o. AnnrvAL or traiss at benninqton. 44 nr . m From Troy, Hoosick Falls, Wll lliOO Ot III Iiamston, North Adams and polnts east on Fitchbnrg K. K. and all polnts on Lebanon fiprlnes B. B. IA.1( n m From Troy, Ilooslck Falls and 'tIOU Pi lllt polnts west on Fitchburg K. K. 6110 n m From North Adams, 'Wllllams- U5 Pi II'i t&wn, Boston and all polnta r east on Fitchburg B, IL Also, from all polnts on Lebanon Sprlngs R. It. E. D. UENNETT. Supt. JOSEM CHILD, General Passenger Agont. MEAT JflARKET. Best quallty Chlcago Beef: also, Fresh and Salt Meats of efery descrlptlon: Poultry, Eggs. Frult and Yegotables. Bought for cash and sold rcasonablo. A. C. Sweet, Proprietor, ADAMH'3 BLOCK. 103 SOUTH ST. Ut&alandnighutAvarttat U Wortd'iCotumhian Sxpotition, SAW RflLL i ENGJNE