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Office in Union Block. * yr, ° nn'lM » y»-*' : 1*0 conti for artx months - JV*^, n c r 11 b» . tout avictJj pAj R bl « m'i tflDiflat covin S- 1__ DEYO, Proprietor. W. L. CLARKE, Assistant- IN X>EV-liN J>ENT l>t>s Incb Two ( nc f\**m i Inch [> Inches TUlrd ooUnu . IlaUT call VOL. IV. _ CRAIN Pxure Dra^s, Chemicals, PAINTS, OJDLS, PATENT MEDICINES PEPFDEERY , DY E STUFFS , CZCIAJKU3 AXDTOBAtCOS , i>fOTIU>S, ETC., KXC KTC. One Ttor*. *1 SO OO K OO •4 OO FOR TVTO 9 ixartor eohun.. . as M bird colnna , • >y Bil l Cfa< B India* SIO «X OO I QDI * SO I thir d col. a s» I ii«ur coiu o - . * SO I Whole OOOX> STOCK ATTKJE LOWES T POSSIB1UB i'ttiUKS. i for Koctacsc«r, liafT&lo and Nla- r Inch u lnci Ono lorh Two luche I'lirM uirh Pp.i. Ini.h« K rtlna* Quarter nnTs—o . *I titrd eofeaa*n — ts o- Monni* * OO I \Third Mlu T Ml I M»lf colaft-j * oo | V\ holo eore. -TOR ON « The Strobridge Washer I* too bomt maolalne Id the market, an<i In « n i prttr«in«m on Ui « u Kx.f»reea W«wh«ii-»* ao<l B OO [ Ifl (HI | . . IS OO I > 1 1 caiman. w rafua ftr« rcrj- tow, • ronslrierlna; works and kOhsrwet lu In «ver- )<*mla> mra a contav^Mr - I lian 'x^> cm. . Lurr - e«J • • coiiiinn to itni.iuiii done. _ _ rti mouthiy IT cotnaui .. e* or ROCKING RUBBER BOARD. ^f-ci^ry t « IIOLlcM fx***?. H1KAM mflXTTKLD, Trnn^.-\« U n. G enara l BANKINCi I^USINESS Xaiikuu ; f >nirc- m 1A--V,H I Hook, VVowt Sld o M««i f>«n-ol, NAT' \\ \\ NICE FRUIT STOCK. CO., Or. CH!AS£ & O I--. W I . V A. . TS; . V. Tliia woll k«i<i%vn flrrrt *«»II Fruit Trees, Ornamental Trees VINES, FLOWERS, Etc. , OX el l kinds , nu d tro.«vrnxit«e tlieir 15tools, t o to* <rf a b«tt« x cW, al l U »rOB «b. th» n nwj^ wold toy oUie r flrm»- Tho y n»*k « e.»P *«u 4 — - -»«.-~ — o f noirproUfl o re*i. ottmart, Operetee •^•>f\.r do n ent w*-«\r tin* r-iotl>t*M in | «l>«-ap eoti dnra.b 0 AIM) m na,iriiDl«<l m ivl 1 ite j |>ariii. lias *.^trx >l3n <3Wimh«r\ nliii>^ «•>• t to ftuy o*^\* u( tho Uoit-o«i t«tefc**<a for SIO Ur|>» r <aK»uDB Of J On 1 J av u<-l No r Woutliorn put lubo Ok* DVIKIM. I mAro xxiskc au«l repair Carriages & Wagons. At prir-M «vi»« T \x> rrfrlo bo corap«U> T*jtli M> \ \ .>ltaa-r X «,^ ! a,l n o av _;.-»it for all km la f t Qrnl clue* ( CARRIAGE & 3UG3Y SPOKE-. 41 tho Wold Fartnry on V'ltio ntnct I*ro«I • ce t *Jicn In liancn AIL w irk «a r mi r*«1 Kmrlorr mi VIM. SiTUKl T M A. I 1. Krt. N ^ Older Viii«|(ft.r tor lOc por « Lllou GEO. W. STROBRIDSE r HAVT; MOW ON RAND TUHEE RI--.COND 1I\ND Steam Threshers, And will fnra.lnl) new 000m on thn •• >iort:• Mf no\ tioe I f <leniro*l, ihrou year-** tnuo will ln< i;iv«u NORTHERK CENTRAL RAILWAY. TbroQRb L_lrt«? botwean PbLUdc W*J»hlOfrton and £SouLb, Koch' >>' l«|ri>ra F&ili. Ttm c Ta^»l « In effccJ No v 18 , t883> TIlAINn 1_K A V K EUHHA> « OO a. m — Expr« n a for KochO»t«r, BuC*lo aod TZUK- O Oft B> m L>»7 Kxurwa Tor WtlllAoiBporV, Bunhiiry, >Iavrrii»t»urK, York, IlalUmore. Wauttalnictoo, Liuic«ater, l*bll'v«lelpt> 1A »iid New York, aur- rlvln>; AI l'tilLEvd«lptila. 7 p m; N«rw York, 10 *^0 p ro Itslilmore, 7 SO p m Ws>»kalnfc- ton, 8 -LA p szx I'evrlor cars ftre rnn on tbiia Irnln from WtU\&mi>pott to (*tallmvd»lptvln.. avoil t>M«enR«r cooxbe* frovxa K> mini to Itavl- llmore. 1 a oe p m — Ex preu for RochcsLer, Bo ffulo and 7«u»~ R iu-a KKlle. 3 40 p in— >A HllB.mtiport AccaoimodaMon, conne<t- )njr At HaTTithurK with Kruicua trttlo for I'h llndelpbla. h*VioK throuC\ palaco sle«r>- • tArt> ; • — - - --- IVM aVI - Kxpr« r» K*ll — Routhrrn Exreni for WllllaiiiBport, nbury lIsTTiehnrit, York, B*ltlmor«, V. MAhlnKtou, Lftncojiier, l*titls>d<ilpbla\ a\nd- Meiv York, ivrrlvloc avt PhllMleli>tali» T 00 n tn New York, 1 J 2\ n. m; Bnltlmora, ~ * 0 & m WAjihtngron, 8 SO n m. P«Jnco eleop- liiK rJ»rs urn ron ttiln train from Kltnirik 1 0 PtillnAolithU, B»mmon> and WMhlngtoii, mid tH ri»up»» ^ansensar coaclifa from Rl- lt>^0 i\ m Accommodntlon fi>r Wnlklnn. ritAiwx roll RMfiiiA Niacnrn Kx)ir>'«A leuvra I>ntIn,rleIpulA 7 -*0 n m Tlal— tltnore T liO A m Arrlvlnx At Kl rxilr»v ti *0 V i 111 1'jirlnr earn fir** ran on inln train from 'nllad«lprila to WAtkliia, and pftnarnRM conrtios f rtim Baltlmoro 10 <. 'ADitndal K ua > ai>d Elmlra. FBAI Line IrnvoR f\bIlaUnlplila 1 1 1U a m; Waonlofc- Ton. U <*7 a ir>. Ualilmure, 11 Oi» «. m, axrivtiiR at Klmlrn lO SO p m. Pnwcnmir eoin-bw nrr run on thta train from 1'blUdo phln to \\ llllaiunpon unrt ItMltlraorr to Wat k I an. Northern Kxproa loavoti I 'hi ladclpttla » l 11 «• p m W MhlDuioD, in OO p tn; Haltlcnorc, 11 SO p m Arrlvlvif! at EHmira IV OK p m. l*alaco p>U>c-plfifs cartt nrr r ti >\ on Thin train from I'tilladcTphta, WaAhliiKlon and UaltlCnora to « <0 p in 9 1A |) u nd Kl n at lirkct ofllcc PtAtlnn CIU H K n<l all ltiformatU] fil7 Itatlroad Delaware, Lackawanna & West era R R Co. BUFFALO X am now nropAf^rl t-~> nirniili 3Porta\fale CLXX<1 Stationar y E 1ST GINES I 1>I VTSZOK. OXaur tSSS . STATION S ML Biorrla GraTdui d Daas-rUl* . 1*. Sa­ il 00 ID *T ID M lO l«l n o oml rm » r or! t* Bl s u -rS «*: a st», ts l «l a 0*1 T B«i *T «CJ T M no a Ko »| N o T| * I S s s* S B3 tl -CB s SO • u T » 7 til NAPLES, 1ST. Y TiLG EME RAILWAY, •OW kmuwB aaaS The K. Lake Erie and Wsste n Saflrn l Thn on b HM Mnralnc PnllnuDm Uiy , f _3otoL Bnffot SIcsmlxia: aod Boffet Smokli to Hplld -TrklDa In both <Ur*ctloo« ^^.n7 ^^^^B r a^^ , T^ C tfea»t \ wn appllanoo. ITfanto bfcrw York and (jnji _ roole. UM — fiolkt PnHaoan Una - >rlat flAUtoaaca, to* N- IT., 1*. A O. Chlcam Kail' Via Baflaio an \ Unite d Ezp r THURSDAY, DECEMBEE 20, 1883. U1 0 drand 1 Ooac23«ai ~ ^Nlawam VSU J Root* ~ , Tma k Ratlw y ty»m — . rtiw n rTa-w Toxic asnd Ctodnnart 1 N O EXTR A CHARO B FOR M only nmalBf l *al2imvaBi 2T«w Yorlc azrd Nlaaraxa FIIIB, BlmoBvt •camiy. STATiorra. Vow S.~ aro. IT. •ro. srr. L -rrr N «*rrr Yorkkk OomlnK...... BMth... T... . . W ayyy land——— . lv»»» UTOOU . ....... Arrr Avonnn ................ Arrr RochoBtcr.... Arrr L>aaa R070707 ....... Arrr B>Uvtaaa X.vvv Atticaaa * 00 a m T S3 p m B \% •* • n » t¥l — lO ltt ** 8 OOO p Skaka • OOaa m 7aaaa » A 8aa *** » XBB \ * * «SS • * 100 155 a \ TlVpm s «• M * •» •* a M BOS »* B*«VA art • SO • * 11 «o •* 1 SB \ 9 SO • * L - N «* Yor OomlnK... BMth T . . W a land . lv UTOOU . . A Avo . A RochoBtcr. A L> R . A B>Uvt X. Attic lioop m 8 O p S • OO m 7 » A 8 * » X \ * * « • * 1 1 a \ • lO ** .... .... L - N «* Yor OomlnK... BMth T . . 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TERMS SI per year in Advance. 1j% JXtomOgy wiitx. all tho xaoecBkr «i ^*5w^ i ^ zx*Mt*i£3xi£ IJCor^^crxooatiri g ixx ther boatoiiRnni »^p4^ S BooK-iHB .JOB mx$mm^£% Palntsv Aluiks; Clruiliin^t-vtlar Hejuls^. BUI Hnu^ S£itaaiaM9^-:Bustimx^Is- - vlbtUoa imdL vaBIaia CJK«a>,Etc. _ am TYPE. lomEis i oiJuiararrt^Eri L RT« or lh « lat4t«eandbastf^CM, BiidSr« ooxaficlana.'fc wo t^tux. x> * e • • a <rajc- x *ttonB; i a X«B- 1<» o<rtlx o.oaXity ndmfo*. , Ci l[ne> air ! |a deep prmyor, cry 1 ttro while tho boanl Ual lehon cradle |<X\Joy I birth, weet bay earth. fire atod tho beautirn wwrfcd. and lcir the boaotifal nfttioua that JVHUA Ayo' w o anoat brirjj(> And w o K'eot 1 Kmc. llcht, •one tln-oriK>i fnly ttiro 11; 8TAT10Sa Z.v Sea. Brldare! I^las. KaJIa. Lv UuSftlo AtUea.. I .T teat*>La7. L-r Le Roy are. i« - a si o is rt ac 8 OO s ss S OS 1 49 1 8U ,19 B8 11 17 11 BO 11 OB IIO tf lO IB XO OO L'r ICt- Morrial X.T Ooo neo. . . Er~AVbn .... . . Z>Y LlTonl. t -r WarlaniL.. • ISaUL A r Oomtn|.. . . Ar Ne w Tork~ a oo_ ' «4 0 T IB 1 TM I 8 as 1 0 OS 1 0 n .XI &• o 1 0 ** B lO ** * OO * BT « BT Y S*I p i T BO a m. IO SO p rn tbo n'K 1 t. «« lovely e-cojaTf'oI thor crudlo our Snviour and — J « Holland THE GOLDEN GOOSE. A rirursTMAs r .K<;| I>AY« O F In the year lGOil Rev on ty-tw o yea.rit <>I\ TH E EAHL V [View YOKK. two hundred und ago, aiiti eleven years before the MayRowt-r IsLntieU tho T la B O T • XB A D DIT I ONAXi TRATNa 1VEAVS m A^on for RochMtw, Bzpn B an. Ao c « OO , 8 IO. 11 SO M nndaya, S «B a m_ , B SO, « O B p m. OoDwna at V OS, S a» a m; « IT, • SB p m, fo* Rochiater and Way. Sandaya, 9 OS a m_ From Avon, S SO, B OO, » BO a m, B SO p m, for Attica and Way; B S O and 9 Bt> a m, ana B O B x> m. tor DansvUIe and \Way. N rum Avon for Gorolrijc, 0 «t7, 8 OS a 8 OO- e> 03^ T BT p m- Staadara, O OS p ro. From HocbeBter for Ceneniu, a 00 a ro, • OO a m, 1 IO, s IB, aiO p xzs-, and for Avon- e OO, » OO a na^ 1 IO, BSO, KU, B IO p m. Bni From Attica for Avon and Way, B BO, 10 SS, X X SB a wo. «VB p XO . JNa T7. ASBryXT. t, Kew -Torfc. Pilgrim 3 at 3\*ly n| Hudson, an >1ngli of tho 13iiteh shir tho magniHcent and wa s tlio llratl gated tlie bestuttf] t>y h LH name, voyag e up the riv| ji«>uMi Hock, Henr y jjhitian, in com man Half-moon, entered irl>or o f >«\ew Vork . Kurnpean -\vIio nftvi' ul river no w know n I he history o f his er to the present aite of Alban y is t o ^ familiar t o repeat here, and it is Rutllcicnt to *t:ty tlutt liis in the Dutch claim- whi*. >i thev named and the present sito |hey < lUleil N'ow A-iii- discovery restilte»i ing the territory N « w Nethorliind of Ne w Vork: t Bterdam. Th e ffifowth o f the colony in \New Am»tcrdai?| that in 1G«V4 cbfiagod t o No w who had taken was n<jt rapid, so llvhcn its name wa s [York by tho English, it from the Dutch, tJbere wa s a popijilation o f only fifteen hundred people, an d speaking eighteen ' * - - and no w th e popu- time_ \Wilhelrxvirta wil l be only eighteen neasct Christmas, axid abotit that tim e i>t. Nicholas wil l send m e the present of he r dowe r \ Th e haxd-Qstod old dealer woul d aneeringly laugh, an d call I*eter a. fool, and tell hi m his prayer woul d neve r bp answered, and that his daughter. In conaofjiience, woul d di e an ol d maid. Now . the old furrier Va n Vechte n had grea t dealings wit h on e Andrea s \Van Terwillcgcr , wh o wa s an ol d miser and a money-lender, and wh o had ad­ vanced money t o \Van Vechte n a t larg e interest t o buy furs, and t o mak e up the interest and t o ge t large profits In his furs. \Van Vechten , in turn, neve r hesitated t o cheat tho poor trappers who sold him pelts, and amon g his victims who m he had swindled most, was poor, honest l*eter \Van Aradale. On th e 1st o f December, 1650, there was a large acrouat standing betwee n Vnn Terwillege r and Vnn Vwliten , the ratter bein g greatly in his debt, as lie had borrowed an immense amount of gold from hi m to purchase pelts, and ho consequently had a large stock on hand because no ship had been (-barter­ ed in >uany weeks to nail for Europe . at> he had plenty o f furs, bu t no gold. Desides owin g the old money-lender. Van Vet hten wa s al^o indebted t o l'eter \Van Arsdtile and others, and as matters were gettin g hot for him, he faithfully promised tha t i f th e other merchants would charter no ship, he would do s*o by Christmas hiin**elf, and thereby ratae money and liquidate his debts by the new year. I*eter Va n Arsdalc.wh o wjia a i ,a tien t man, wa*» one of tho tirst wh o said he would wait, but he had in the mean time determined t o call upon the old miser on < hristmas Kv e wit h furs enough to enable him t o ge t money •sufllcient for hi m t o purchase a Christ­ mas gif t for N\ illieltmna and a fe w things for hi .M ^r<xx_l ^ ife. >~-*>, when tlte day bef<»r** Christmas came he made up his pack, and then k neelmfj, he prayed fervently to .St. Nu.-holas to prosper li 1 ri> and soon send hi in ti dow 1 y present for his daughter; and, kissing Wilholmina , who m he request­ ed to stay a t home wit h her mother, and telling the old lady t o he o f goo d cheer until his return, he set out wit h his pack o f furs, assuring them, h e woul d b e back; i n th o mornin g wit h you r and kissed them, and wishin g thesxn a merr y Christmas, an d said she woul d soon b e marrlod, for St. Nichola s bad at last answered her father's prayers, and conducting her parents t o the kitchen she pointed t o the great, fa t goose lyin g on the table, completely surrounded by immense heaps o f glit­ tering, gold coins. ~ i'eter Va n Arsdal e gazed i n confused wondermen t at the sight, as though i n a dream, whil e \W\ilholrnina explained: \X found the goose this morning, wit h St- Nicholas* note, and so 1 brough t it out here, thankful to hav e eve n such a gift, and I immediately commenced to prepare it for our Christmas dinner. Afte r I had singed it 1 placed i t on the table, for it wa s ver y heavy, and whe n I thrust the knife into it something hard wa s hit. 1 made a lon g incision, and then lifted the goose up t o see wha t strange thi ng had struck the knife, when out (lowed not golden eggs, but all these heaps of golden coins, and so tit. N icholas lias answered prayer, and I'l l soon be married Now , t o end ttiis true < hristmas legend, which happened in old Ne w Yor k tw o hundred and thirty-tw o years ago, i t must be told ho w this goose came to giv e the shower o f gold for Wilhelniina, and made her the happy bride of the youn g Amsterda m merchant. I t happened in this wis e On that Christmas eve , .Jacobus Va n Vechte n had succeeded in chartering a ship, and had received a larg e advance In gol d on his stock o f furs from the old Outch skipper wh o commanded the craft, und Jacobus though t he would giv e the old miser,Andreas Va n Terwil ­ leger a genuine surprise, and so he bought tho biggest goose lie could find In all Ne w Amsterdam , and whe n he had had it killed and drawn , he stuffed it full of gold coins, cover^r^g th e amount, he owed the old money-lender, and then neatly sowod it up and sent it t o hi m with the pretended message, that it wits a gif t from St. Nichola s supposing tliat whe n the old fellow discovered the trick lie would hav e a good laugh Th e sequel shows theru wer e surprises all around, and the de­ scendants o f I'eter Va n Aradale, wh o liv e in Ne w Yor k t o this day, tell th e story o f the beautiful ancestress, Wil - helmixxa, and th e golden goose, an d th o legen d has passed int o th e truthfn l - Ihatch, Jxiatorj^ J of-^ New ' LAmi^rdan i TOP1CS OF TH E DAT . Mexico' s debt is S I 17,000,000, o r which sum Englishme n hold about fjSS.OOO.OOO. Th o rest is held in \Kew York . Th e republic's annual revenu e is about $33,000,000. mainly from the stamp ta x and tariff duties. Speaking o f th e beneficial effects upon consumptives attributed t o spruce forests, a write r in a I'rovi - dence paper predicts that the day will come whe n pin e and spruce pillow s wil l b e as frequent household appurte­ nances i n Ne w Englan d as th e quinine l^pttle has lon g been in \Western States. Mor e than fifty patents fo r th e mak­ ing o f ammoni a hav e been taken ou t withi n the last tw o years in England , America , Belgium , France , Austria , and Germany. Man y o f th e schemes hav e been patented in all the countries at once. Th e patents apply t o ga s works, oi l works, blast furnaces, alkali work s and sewag e works . Ammoni a &ms t o share wit h eJectrici ty th e present attention o f th e patentee world. t o \exorcise\ 1 _ _ _ cipes found in the pages of '^Olh^rtri» \^'.l^r 2dj wa s ^tp> _ - <£^^£ mone y b y arrtfngv o n re - - L th e page s o f ;All>ei Th o pcocess .adopted^ Tr ;a: Magnus . _ _ enter th e cemeter y a t midnight , arirl^ bury i n the earth, five-franc pieces^\ re-; -^ly^T:^ pea tin g th e prescribed xTorznxilasv and > .^v^??*': performin g th e du e antics'; then, tw o o£? \^{f^j ^ the silly me n passed eigh t days\nalcddt ^^ XJnliko tho other Wester n states, Colorado is nut only a shipper of agri­ cultural products, bu t is actually com­ pelled t o rely on its neighboring states for Its supply. Weld , Laramie , and Boulder art» about tin; only agricultu­ ral counties, btit i t is hoped that, wit h the system o f irrigation whic h has been Inaugurated, farmin g wil l bo made more profitable ami the state at least self-sustaining in this respect in mutterin g thei r magi c phVasesI The y r /-v«5 wer e convinced tha t such absurd be-^ '^v-*-.-^ havior woul d propitttiat e a darkrarplrtfc\ - f 2 named IXisis, who , fo r thei r benefit, ~\-> <| .y woul d transmute th e total su m btxrieoC .V \ 160 francs, int o five millions . Th e \ poor wretches, i t seems, wer e discov - ^ 1 ered b y th e authorities i n a state o£ r extrem e excitement , shuddering, quak- <. ing, and half or wholl y insane. Th e „ third confederate, evidentl y a bust- - itj:^ ness man, finding by observatio n that;***££*2»& f Ilisi s worke d no miracle, quietl y dn ^^^^ii^p tap the silver, and, qmtn in th e ordl^«^.^^^\^ nary way , vanished from th e ke n df r ^*^r-*j the St. Gallon police. The immense wealth which Itussia possesses in turf beds is bnt iittle ap­ preciated. It s exploitation is only de­ veloped in a fe w provinces, and by some o f the railwa y companies turf is used as a combustible. Considering, however , that beds o f turf exist in .Russia coverin g 70,000 square miles, which would furnish sufficient materi­ al t o provld o all Russia wit h ligh t for 10,000 years, this seems indeed t o b e hiding their ligh t under a bushel. Tho ne w swor d o f State recently completed for his royal nibs, th o KUng of Si am, is double-edged, spear-shaped and fifteen inches long . Towar d th e hilt i t i s Inlaid wit h gol d o f varyin g tirxts» wrough t I n different devices, th e flgxoeo.fi .Buddha-'D^*g^r^rnirien.t 6n- In a report t o th o secretary o f th e nav y on th e recent trials wit h his tor­ pedo boat, the Destroyer, Captain Kricsson says tha t both th e boat and the torpedo gu n no w wor k perfectly, and the experiment s wer e satisfactory. Tho torpedo projectile, twenty-fiv e feet long, shaped lik e a cigar, carryin g at its head an enormous torpedo o f dynamite, tho whol e weighin g 1,430 pounds, is shot from the torpedo gu n under water a distance o f three hun­ dred feet in three seconds, drive n b y a charge o f twelv e pounds o f prismatic powder. Th e Destroy or is intended t o approach an enemy bow s on. In whic h position she is invulnerabl e t o an y gun ye t made, not exceptin g the one™ li und red-ton steel gu n o f th e Italia n navy. Thi s because the bow s o f th e Destroyer are h ea v ily plated, an d shot must strike the m s o t o glanc e off,and because hoxr\< . ^_ niur ^. „ so protected b y azx incline d plaxxe^wh3ch^jtf^£$; may be mad e tw o fee t thTok^^f^so^d^^^ ^ steel, backed b y fiv e fee t o f sbHd^oa^^Jg^ ! She is made expressly fo r _ sp^ed^o^ndL^^^-^ buoyancy, can liv e I n - , . «• mad e t o spin aroun d o n hear jaad^^irijbhr ^^^^t d txxT ThacTci hjg ^Qjcc j^^^ any, Bei ^^/eeajKjJe ^gKgyJa on. b«arjaaa^^&g^g » oat either ROlng silxead oxT ti »chrvn gvyo ^^^g^ dux Bucitlenly turn ii.&x^J.'&cri<^.^^^^xi.yz{^^^M Are at the'iOld Place with a DRY GOODS, SRCCSftSES, CROCKERY, FA!^CY GOODS BOOTS &. SHOES', Ac , **c, ac WE AREYELLERS NOT HOLT3ERS. Coma In nml )<>• 1c at our R»oda. Our Stock is Complete £n «*i r j dr^rtment nn<l our Prices am at fis Bcttom. All E\i ids of Produce a* lh« II'B\< - in r«<M |. n <-•>, nn.-l wtVl tilg'«« Ml wlK> COUJC iu >|U I I ilk (* I(>1 <i l • 1 • I y CKAMOY BROS. OHIYERSTTT OF THE STATE OF HEW YORK. SPOKES! SPOKES! All \KTiTirls and Sizes. MADE OF BEST HICKORY and OAK Bent Wheel Rii?\of all Kinfls. .umbe r ( i t tit. t>n.t Wagons Srrnnton Now V o rkc T» OT .O E> K» (. zzk •* 1A. « IS 1 «B 13 Ol' B OO 1 OO BRING ON YOUR ORDERS, An d w e will •« ln e host of ruvtinfaotion. FACTORY IK THE KHAPP FACTORY, -UPPER MAI N ST., NAPLES, N . Y STATIONS . Naples Academy. WELD & HILL. J. C. Morgan. BUGBEE, Princlpxl. W1XTKH TEHM BEGINS Monday. DeceDfber 3, 1883. Ooll oj?e Prep n rntory Con m m«3LmietMi<iT without fxirthox Or«adont«vn roooi^-o crortific TJ riivo rr\ 11 v S[>«oial olau for twnchenv. aCADEMIO a>V. (3c*T3n riion ISn^rljsh ....... Uicht -r English . .. .. H<o.ii Sranfr**** . ....... ex>titling to IXlilla\t30Xl- tlaO OtAM tnition . *« OO .7 OO . * OO Fnr TTI 9[N%1 OT rlxa«r parttenlnrs add ra w tit* Priiaw r>. r>. LUTHKR, Soo *7 Boar d of KtlnoaiHni Pure Drags & Chemicals, PATENT MEDICINES , Brakes , Sops . Cues . Rations. Perfumery Jfe- PATNTTB, X>VJ E S •taOa, llrir anal TMtk Brn»h«s. Furniture_ Store ! 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S OS a is a si a jx~ a 4» 0 OO « ial a M a 4v| a si, 7 OO 1 OS T ial 1 T 40l —r as 8 OX -8 oa -8 11 8 IB s va -» asl s &u 9 •£% Tb » Qnllck **m.&* lemv«ai th«ra at S at m on Ta«av Amym, Tbaraday* nnrt Satnrdaya, arri-rlne »\ lfaploa mx 11. avkj<S laaxvlntf Ihe fvazn« j-« at i-J IsO p ML, «U— &X. Ooll ok att a : SajMlfor4 Lor<4. Prop. KXPKES8 A.ND FKKIGU T LINK» - prettie&t g^irl in Aradal e wa s an is nod f rcl^ht betwaen Nnple« and Oravxitay llro«' Store nt H n in, rulurolnc > InUna ; A»i«lrcrw Prlcai, l'rop. 3 au 9 4* a t>7 O 03 3 IO ° 1 , a au -io «oi -1 0 30 \io a& lO 4&I 1 IS O OO T 10| A- M 4 rv* B 4r2l t> 1 a ST 1 B 3<* •B 44 rv BB 4 20 4 SO 4 4B 5 Ol B SO B a* a 44 tt 4B 7 T 4B 8 1« « «1 B 43 O (18 9 IB » 3S 0 B« IO IB IO YT O 4A Blocxlai t<ra wtXxsr La* : A dAlly Rmro M bstwoon Navr»l le*va« Ornntoy Iftoa' Sloro «t S a ™, ! KaWo .oo . cravinav ; 0>. O. Lynn, T*rr>j»- _ T «T \V N ~OP|'lt3ERS. ~ t-i»in>rvi«lr— I . M I.yoa . Town Olorlc — B T . Reed. Juntaco«—XJ_ 2C MoJanuett , O- ^liiK'nwity KI i\ ti. - »n*-r—FrnnU A K o-*m> f*— -l.ov. ts '1'lirtill l-\rencl» M >u--.«> .^3 ftxT'i I J vi r n or i>t l*o**r ^ofcl» Pftlmito In^iipr <» M of Klection C. W Hntltn i- II H arr w Co 'lcclur —Joul 12. Yaw. < 'OIIRIJLI>U-H a. L.- Grnnby , J . I». WhltixxK. John Uulbart, W . IX. I'ierco, 5*rank W. Leo. Cam * Constebl e Jiini<'» it. ftnnitb- Kxoiae ComminaionMiB—rl. A.- Hamlin , SL S. X^ko. Joh s £ln.rl. honest and vc r interest aoemed ness ol* Willie l thft^ettlemenL Va n ndeperitlerrtAnd eecen- trio man, and tliou^h poor, waa- .\very POS T OPriCTK NOTICl 51 \\ . MAIL S A H H I \VTE. d w• i arm iSV Jbc vim. Bl iter tat>cl ;.u«AdaUKii* via, ICDHOVIIIO, •* \ Brtaiol, iSiMdsTa, 1 huradjlT• And HaatDTxla>7«, t\.lT Hollow, MonAifn, Wodnoadara and p-rl.fny^, »na Baturdajn, street, and but; upon tbo e^act Kicboltis hotel j Arsdaln pursue per o f beavers . ahores of the H i beautiful Willi constant com p E the Indians, w h \bona for his tji th e for t and Amsterdam , HARNESSES ! Fo r fclxo r**KZ-t throo montbai I wOl SELL HARNESSES CHEAPER n>»zi amy otlior vikioo nhop o r haraaam shop In tw o ooontlM . Vom ma y eeloct. tra m ta LiVRGER & BETTER STOCK FURMITDRE LINE BYorythin g You Fro m tb» ontdl « t o tho i Want NDERTAKING Than You Can Find Elsewhere. X en fto d o aploy zxo> snobs, 1 •tit. man of oxperianoo ao rny work, auil will not r >e nndnnold . end atook. 4 ft-oolc Over the Goods. WILLIAM HURLBURT, And Personal Attention, WI-VM JK OD MC ARSE, Otren in el l CSSSB. X wimb It rmdenrfcood that X will m&ke ft SM «7 for tbO M avt a distauice t o scivo me » for X win eell B . willed win x u.nnd will not. mi.lon and Elmlra, v\ K DAL1 STKA D will ran Hnod»j B exevpt daal]7 between KJixilrxx And Sup«rlairD(lmt. POSTPAID . A TREATISE ON THE HBRSE AND HIS DISEASES. Corntaix&ixxjr rnn 'Trnderr o f ^•Vaaaa tlao B Tsiaifi raoam* __ yiiucd otx. Us 1 tOjo SU&art. ar*T-iJrnc el l th * tbo Bioraev wit S to o Looe- erOTeote, send oaUdet o wha n a& poison . A Terble wit h a n EngraTia g o f th e Bamo' s *X*eoih a t diff«rent egos. With rej.ee illmy th e eere. A vnlnahlm ooUoekion ssip w o f Beoaipt J G Oopl M IO Oopiei... . One, Two ma . «3. OO I 20 Oopiei S3 OS X TO I XOO Oopie i XO OO id Thrno-Oan t fHaiiiajis raoeiTed. The IVX I Ik I > 1 . SIX CTS IIR1 ffaBTC ' Sane CHI Quality of Goons - -» in the four ooomties _ _ • to cejl and loolc oror *SM • •> a>^ AdZ o f Dew XftrjKarxTtrjcaK. C:^.. GRIESA, MAILS DKPAR T Itorhrater «no Westrrn Ex v ^f-wv York nntl KML Ka via. nioodH, au»nAAl(rUM »n<l NOHJi via Rnot)vlU«, *\ ** \ Brlatol, d f rtciavy**, A nKunuA^-x, >» >»<£jiovoLavr•> H-r1«\« 5 » , at OO p z IO IO e • C BO »\ m a OO i> m OOOa m ad 8atnrd«j«. B OO o m w. it. MAUK e. i» M MOCIETTE3. K- A. M. NO. 1B«. Mceta srtit. and \Tntcd. T««ada r wnatnea or o»c montli at thalr Lamll, o-v«>r Jordan Bn>a. hardwai •tore. ». V. Soaraux, li . P*. S. X- DBTO , 8oc*y. XX O. K . TJnlavnd Z^oilic-t, r?o. a. arvatamtnac Ua ihakr ball txi Wain «\» oocia au\ \ — — n. r>. o>. a. 1 3C_ O. M. A- RO. e*. • ftzst tad *T*nlr>f. r^rlalavy • ISC of VTWJ relij^iou*!, and^f l M § centered in the happl- mina. Soon after bis arrival he pur. ;Ii:isoil from Governo r Stuyvoaant a tract o f land lyin g beyond the creek, or fa r al, which i « now Canal erHiJ'tnd a MU b»ian tial lop; spot w 'th e St. 10 w »taii (lHA - eter \Van I his vocation as a trap- ilong the creek and tht 1 ! udson, si^KlHted by the elitnoa, wh o an h i H anion, unmolPHtocl by I10 wer e lii « c»nly nei^Ii- ut was far awa y from th e settlement of >.\ew whic h in thosn days did no t exten d beyond liowlio g i. iroen. WHe n X*eter^fciad accumulated beaver pelts enough t*> pna «gga^gg the trip, lie *wo4xld fro do w 1 tx> ^fjjrv settlement wit h thiOcjx. for sale, r, n- trnrtllc for whateve r ho ^sjtoO^r^Sn needii On tiicsH trips li e wa s meraXly accompanied by Wilhelmina, 10 hiul nttrt Kfctcd th e attention < youn g Ne w Aizisterdnm merchant, who had faller. desperately in JxSr* her,and uponthe declaration o f his ardor wa s delighted to find that it was fully reciprocated b y the lovel y girl . Matter s ha l p ro greased for soxn e tim e betwee n the youn g lovers, wbe n Pete r \Van Ai-ndale wa s informed o f the affair, and instead o f raving , as some fathers ~ voul d havo done, he tools: ver y sensible Dutch vie w o f the ease, and qnHirtg that the youn g merchan t wa s worth y o f Wlllielmina' s affection, and that the; r really loved each other, he consented to their betrothal; but he wa s com pello> 1 t o postpone the mar­ riag e for an indefinite time , fo r the rear- son that under the ol d Dutch law s no maiden cool ^ he married unless of a dower . \Van Ar.«dalo had no <j) his daughter excep t an of beave r pelts, and they wer e no t sufficient t o compl y wit h the legal standard o f th e Dutc h dowers . Thi s onsta^de wa s a distressing dis- t o tb e youn g lovers, but ler t o tb e sturdy ol d trap- I— A. CA-rnouo^ ml. IO so In th « forn o MOoad_8audar In each mootli : SwidAr-ScbooL S CnUlaTlAJI, Stt IO BO BTCTT SabbtuA fOKDOOB Ssbbath-School att soo n ,- - — Iter. Q- S . irallaw, paator. Sonday el tfaj* lower prlxzsavry OxalltXlri^. oo*V Pfe Im sweeping oy % « to oootj«>os- time.' _ TOM own town. SS oatilx free. 2«QZiaJC B»mit }iliM |;iml. Oatt>- lt*l not^retnalrefX. \W« wtD furnbh 700 «vorvlhlD& Uan j are ^\\\ g fornnm . ~^»fllf?» a » mncb she was id Pote r dowe r t o givi nncertain lo t conrage m en t none whate v dowe r fo r hi jTuUy di d h e kee p neve r rniaaeck per, wh o saidf. he had faith i n his patron saint, wh o Nichola s (or | vowed no and xaornldg until he sent none other than St. Santa. Clans) , t o who m h e Voul d pni y each nigh t daughter, this rdrn and so faith- wor d tha t h e around tho Battery, just ,nH the tallo w dips and rush lights wer e being lighte d in the \Ik-uver Tu9\ Tavern, \ then tbe only report fo r ty»e wayfare r in \>3 >ow ADistcrdsim. a-irVfter partaking of some crullers and lightin g his long-stemmed pipe, and without waft­ ing for supper, he wen t directly to ««« the old mi*pr and offered hi m liis furs, telling him li e did not wish j tt,i dispose of them to Va n Vechten. because he could ge t no money, which be m net hav e that n ight. Th e olil miser cursed \\an Vechte n bitterly and said if ho did not pay him tho money li e owed hi m soon, he would be ruined, and then drivin g a hnr<l bargain wit h I'eter Va n Ara - dalo, be told hi m he -was goin g to surprise hi m by makin g him a pres­ ent. Thi s announcement almost took tbo breath from tin* trapper, and this is the wa y it came about- Th o old money-lender said be had sent t o .I&cobus Va n Veclite n that ver y mornin g for his money for tho lust time, threatening hi m wit h law , and ttiat \Van Vecbton , instead o f sending blm the money, and to add Insult t o jnjy , h ad »en t h i rci a great, fa t ~~ wit h a messtige that S t ~Nicholas had told hi m to send i t to him as a Ohristmas gift, and that he w as so en raged at tli Is deception o f \Van Vechte n that h e wa s about t o cast the goose ou t in the road when the trapper came in, and he said that <AS Va n Vechte n hi**I sent the goose t o hi m in th e name o f fc>t_ Nicholas, as xzft&cb as t o say that he ( Va n Terwille ­ ger ) wa s a goose, it occurred t o him at thi»^instant t o giv e i t t o I\*eter Va n Aradal e -as a present from St. Nicholas, as be^lrnew h e prayed t o the saint; and so th e goose, whic h wa s a big . fa t one. .deed, wa s duly transferred t o th e possession o f Pete r Va n Aradale, wh o accepted i t wit h words o f tru e thanks. I'eter wa s 8b overjoyed wit h his goo d luck that after purchasing some stuff for n gow n for WUhelmin a \tnd som e trinkets fo r his wife , and after partak­ ing a hearty supper at th e Half-Moo n tavern , th e nigh t bein g cold and dear , ho trudge d homeward . Whe n h e reached his cabin h e wa s almost ready to fall dow n wit h fatigue, fo r th e goose wa s th e heaviest .he ha d eve r carried. H e found that his wif e and daughter w ere Cast asleep, so h e though t b e woul d play o. trick apo n WUnolmina , and instead o f pottin g th o straff fox- th e gow n near he r stocking, whic h she had. Th e greater part o f th o buildings wer e throw n down , terrible chasms openod„ and swallowe d habitations and people. Th e city had then a population o f 150,- OOO. Th e shock was Instantly followed by tha fall o f ever y church and con - vent and most o f the public buildings, and more than one-quartor o f the shops and privat e dwellings. Th o even t oc­ curred on a holy day, wbe n tbe eh torch­ es and convent** wer e full o f people, ver y fe w o f who m escaped. Th e earth opened and shut lik e the jaw s of an enormous vise. A n ineffable terror seized upon those wh o wer e not instant­ ly killed. T o add t o the consternation, a conflagration broke out on all sides, and raged for three days. Mor e than ;$0,000 j>eople perished. Tb o shock o f th ia earthquake wa s felt awa y up | amon g the Swi» » mountains, on the 1 coast o f < Greenland, at* th e ilarbadoes, at (Gibraltar, end along the shores o f the Mediterranean. XHisbon seemed to hav e boon near the center o f subterra­ nean agitations. I t is remarkable that although Portuga l had been know n in former times as an earthquake region, the ground had been quiot for more tha n a hundred years. An Idyl o f tb e Train , Tho poet laureate o f tb e Ne w Yor k &fo7~n.iTi£r has perpetrated the followin g \She stood up in a horse car. Tha t maid, wit h careless grace ; An d of t the bold conductor Appeare d to scan her face. He r eyes wer e larg e and dreamy. An d golden wa s he r hair; Her crimson cheeks wer e creamy. An d he was—passing fare. Alon e she leaned tha t morning. Agains t th e sliding door. And , all their glances scorning. She eyed the sitters o'er. Whil e there she stood reflecting. Th e ma n wit h dimes and cento, Wa s busily collecting \With industry intense. lin t in his pri - ate pocket, K o dimes lie slipped that morn ; And , listless from each socket, TrXis arms hun g dow n forlorn. 'Wh y does h e gaz e so wildly?* Th e modest maiden though t VVbile, fumblin g bis cash mildly. IX e muttered \X u.m caught.\ Hl a stare became so rigid . Th e maiden wa s i n despair. And , wit h a glanc e most frigid . She sough t the outer air. Wh y di d he r face bur n hotter ? And wh y wa s h e no t cool ? BCo took her for a •spotter, 1 She though t h e wa s a fool.** safo ~ rrile\ .\jLn \jrb^VKous^'eeplng^^> ^ break: an y fractrnred stonewar e ~tq>\ pieces an d render the m quit e xrnfittect-' for an y employmen t as utensils. I n a paper read before th e Academ y o f Sci­ ences, Paris . 2al. IH. Peyruason demon­ strated ver y clearly ho w th e germ s o f cholera, typhoid feve r and similar dis­ eases ma y be preserved and communi­ cated by even tho slightest crack or fis­ sure, whic h may b e caused by ver y trifling accidents to crockery and f ai ence. hung: up a t th e chimne y 'corner fo r St. prayin g t o St. Kiohola s Xlcbola s t o nil, ha placed th e goose each nigh t an d morning , s o thact i t be— there, and. wrot e o n a slip o f paper, cam e at matte r o f public notoriet y t o all ~St_ Nichola s aerxds this goose as c th e Inhabi t mt s o f New Amsterdarn, dowe r an d a tnerxie Oaxistmaa fo r and man y 1 idicnXed him , and amon g Wirpifi rnT T .^ ) w and wit h a merr y twinkl e th e mos t prominen t snserers wa s a i n hi s ey e an d a happ y heart, afte r certain dea l sr i n furs name d Jacobus thankin g S t Nichola s Cor th e goose, h e Va n Vecht e n, a close-fisted ol d fellow , quietl y slipped int o bed, an d wa s soon' t o who m Vi n Axsdal a sold man y pelts. i n a blissful sleeps, an d kne w nothin g 'eter wen t t o dispose o f hi s agai n rmt n th e earl y dawn , whe n h o s ol d fu r dealer h e woul d heard th e merr y voic e o f WTJh rt 1 mln a by *~ TV \^r^TjgTy incrntrlng calling; bTm t o com e Irnxnedxately an d 27ichoIss ha d answere d his se e th e dowe r St.. 2^cfablas .had-'- sen t sent hi m a dowe r fo r hi s hex, an d hex ligh t laughter- wa s «ac a as ho had. neve r hwardT \before- Jbo h o -the trappe r worCtot answe r | sopn ^arose_ wit h lii s goo d wife , an d \Whenever 1- stock t o th chafe JPeteafr whether* St. praye r an d daughters -5So, no,* chee *3IyVl \* Sir James l > aget . one o f the most eminent o f Hritish surgeons, recently addressed the workingmen' a college, London , on th e subject o f recrea- tioa. H e says that recreation does not consist, as many persons w rongly imagine, in idleness. but rather in diversion, and in the em ­ ploymen t o f different sets o f mental faculties from those whic h ar e need i n the ordinary business o f life. Si r James Page t analyzed tru e - recreation as consisting t o a greate r o r less degre e of th o elements o f uncertainty, wo n der and the exercise o f unwonte d o r unusual skill. t^yera ^i i imah^ing^jaft^^ cent; on» r andyo n e grh alf^per^oarn tT c<>rg^. sists- of land: ^of}gtg^ggni ^^4 Jaffiy ^ such as gardens^orclhar&a^ etc ; crultivahlo .IrJriclA^-cdnstltate]|jMty^^^ per cent, grass lands neii^y^^endfp ^i ^S^^ cent, vineyard s fiv e \per* cen ^^QO ^ft^^fj a> littl e ove r sixtee n pe r centi^^^-t^^^ ^ -landes \ an d wasttj, groun d somb^i>!a ^K7|§£ mor e than thirteen pe r c^fc^Jihofe^ larg e exten t o f wast e groun d l a dng'li^^ part t o tho numbe r o f mountain' chain^^^ whic h travers e th e interior. SUiCe4£e^^ completion o f th e lan d surve y i n lS50^^.-5§ a grea t advanc e has been made- in- t^je^^ ^ disposition and valu e o f the^- land ^^g\^ wast e lands havin g bee n reclaimed JJto>!^5ii th e exten t o f 1.400,000 hectares. Ttia\&rJ£t: vineyard s sho w an increase of^o.v^ei^fei£§r ^K pe r cent, notwithstandin g th e rayages^^ of th o phylloxera. Th e Belling: vatu^|^ of land i n \France ha s increased Injnil*^ ^ th e department s bu t five pe r cent slnco^^ j th e surve y o f 1850. \ Fcv asset Twenty Blackbirds. Ther e la often a grea t deal o f sense i n th e Mothe r Ooose rhymoaj f onl y w e kno w wha t i s Intended to-be taugh t b y them. - A write r i n GFoZ&en JOay* thus escplains th e story o f th e **fonr an d twent y blackbirds r** Th e birds ar e th e twenty-fou r hours. Th e botto m o f th e plo i s th o •earth, an d th e to p crust th e sjcy tha t orerreachea it Th e openin g of th e pi e i s daw n o f day , whe n the* birds begi n t o sing. M The\Ein g sittin g In th e parlo r countin g ou t hi s money, \ is th e sun, an d the. golde n pieces tha t sli p through, hi s fingers axe th e gpldi sunshine. Th e Qnee n in. th e kitchen is. th e moon , an d th o hone y wit h which\ she relishes herself i s th e m QQ r\j*]r h f~- Tlr o TnaYrT i s -the -day daw n an d th e clothes sh e hangs ; ou t ar e th e clouds; In his recently published book: on •Tar m Fences, \ Professor Scott esti­ mates tha t five dollars is investe d <n fences for ever y acre o f inclosed, land in Great Britain and Ireland , and tha t the annual maintenance o f fences costs about seventy-five cents an acre. Th e total capital thus invested in th e Unite d Kingdo m must he, at this rate, nearly 9 J 250.000.000, and the annual outlay about &32.000.000. F*rof essoxScotfc be­ lie v es th at a great d eal o f fencin g migh t be dispensed wit h t o th e posi­ tiv e advantag e o f agriculture* and tha t the general introduction o f wir e in ­ stead of woo d woul d effect a grea t adW ditional saving. A slirewd write r says: Dul l times are savin g times. Ther e i s neve r more money in the communit y tbwn whe n men «r e keeping It ; ther e is neve r less than whe n men are spend­ ing i t Th e margi n o f expenditure l a neve r wide r tha n whe n lo w prices re­ duce fixed charges. . Fortunes , bi g and little, ar e made, no t irrth e booms, bu t In th e ebbs. Th e ma n wh o buy s o n th e flood i s stranded some day ; th e ma n wh o invests o n th e eb b i s floated t o fortune. Any mp \ ca n sell good s i n flush years; th e ^\y \ *who sells the m i n lean year s ends a mllliobalre . It i s no t wha t w o make , bu t wha t w e sav e tha t -malrert u s rich. Thos e who-mak e mone y i n farmin g ar e those, wh o hav e th e gireateet fait h I n ,the ^wrm- A . thousand dorr*\-**- fny*****^-^ ^rnproviTig a goo d far m -will retur n -better interest tha n th e sam e Investmen t i n th e sav­ ing s Dank- A . Swis s newspape r give s my ac ­ coun t of a -olngnlnr .case o f necroman ­ cy practiced, i n th e Oanton o f St. GJal­ ien. The - keeper o f a cemeter y a t St- UJIden wa s horxLfiecL t o Un d that,, gravestone s aiter ^ bein g se t xxp _agalru were, repeatedly oyextuiedrand . as the*i resi^^of.mV^est ^stionB ^i t-w sisti disco; The Production or Quinine, ^ _ _ Th e nex t step i n th e relief o f mala?^ rlons sickness o n th e gran d scale \Wastg^^ th e extractio n o f th e alkaloid onirilnes>?£?' fro m th e cinchona-hark. mho p^pfw-^^^^ dered baric wa s no t onl y ver y unp'Mag ^^T} tables, bu t i t wa s cunibroas:' \tc$ Lcaigry^^.^ and dispense, and, althongh^i^o/pxinci^^ ^ pie o f th e remed y remaine d th e satne, ^ St has prove d o f infinitel y grcator^a^r^^^ vic e i n th e for m o f qrixixine, and: irt' ttei,? ^ for m o f th e chea p g»it*-^i^^««'»~ vri iy-tmr-P^*g know n i n Benga l as' \qninetnnii:v »^ai^ ^ first extractio n o f a n al^aaloIo^^asw-'^ln^S th o case o f morphia* fro m op!nrri^^jrv ^' 1 g X805*; th e discovere r was' an-apotti.e^^ i ry o f TTameln, wh o wa s reivaraed^fb|jg ^ er better? try ran th e tha t town , fo r th e Sciences vote d - hi m _ Quinin e wa a disi^^erei^^Cx 1820 b y th e Frenc h chenils^^ie^e^^ an d Caventon . Th e sclenccs^cl^^^t^ botan y andl practical foTeetry ^i ^ J £h^m^ ^ istry and^ractica l ^lxsx^rxa^c^^^^^^6^^f^ all concerned I n th e prodlnctipxiTfof? tihJ mos t invaluabl o o f , rcxnedTcs^^^pCliet^^ commerc e o f th e worl d ^'^^»^t^Vct^<;cIn ^J ^i r>ri«-rrira i n hand , an d ther e or ^n'^pelii^^ j tation s o f th e tree s xicft^^-^JxtKy^o ^ b e name d beside- i^osc^oi^co.QTeo ^jtidj^ tea. The, value : of^.th^^crndo^t^rS^^ja^^^ porte d into- Englaiict alo'ri c^^i S 2^^wi « ^ nearly tw o million s st.erl^igi^^J^e^br 1 g^^j fnal an d nativ e cfin oHoxLa* ^rc^xoa^jS^u,t Ki^ ; dam p eastern slopes o£\ tl ^ON ^^'cs ^t* ^ Per u i s still a source o f wc^tr^^\ly»^ still greate r source o f TV .c ^^Oju ^^\^th ^^p new T^^tatiorx s on^ .th o^A^d/w^^^lij ^ llvia . The- India n GqyeiT^^tln^fl's^S\? ^ cessxycly cnltlvated^h^o^ar^o^a^^ ^ scale, in ^tho^=GSril £iaij^^S^}^iT^ST^{-rm»^ an\clmor67. rcoc^tt^'^vtJiiDi^rj iJJ n'^^'n^the^y. Bamaiayas\Sv^in.o ^a^- cr\ 5 -v^ci.\?-o ivri.v -ateT^' two *\\ Jbbonsan^L^ plnn'tcra^ liavc; XoXl b^^^V^in^t b e m e texprisu in. Coo--— -^V<L Ion. c _ _ were the-, pioneers A- ofirci n cfi'(ma J /inS vatl on »Vihav e on dTiai e\cixm sTt »Je^o^eosi5 of. - .Tavap. SVi elt T\ .Tr^ r «^\?r A^^^'aC^il^L\^ and vairletTei*^ nine -^'3 'iujl a^ca^vi s ^UTe ^ laieat^lield fix^> w b\\i cfethls ^1 tSS^mSk^S- ^eT-\inCTeea^a^;ln^ :daWy ^Mjeft«^

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