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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 June 1904

THE MESSAGE PuUisdied Kvery Tlmrsdny. John ltinl, Kilitor nnd Proprietor. Entered Hi Ihe i'oitofliri ll Mexico Ho., ccmd-( ln matter. TllUKSUAY. Jl'XK 1!MI The IepnMinn (iovertior fif Col orado in givinp ",e ""ion miners out there a JiR dose (if "govern meut hy injunction." How do DemorrnU inul the laloriiig tie mrut in other sections of theeoiin trv like the looks of il T Hon. J. A. Tolls of Mexico un president of the State Fair at Se daliu is working 11 1 a splendid In terest in that enterprise. The Fair has a lirigliter outlook than for any previous year. There is great interest in the live stock exhibits. This stock is ids" to In- for ex hibition at the World's Fair in St. Louis. Mexico' is to have some more street paving. Jefferson street to Hardin College and on to the lionlevard is to he raved and the street in front of the hitching lot, northwest from the square , is ,dso to lie paved. This paving work is hound to spread over the city from yenr to year. We want to see suhsta...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 June 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNE 23. 1904 & HAPPENED AND HAPPENING. J.W. Barnett is serving as Dep uty Sheriff in plnce of , Sidney James, resigned. Lock Nolan of this city lins been chosen as u special policeman at the Inside Inn, St. Lonis. John Bethel of Rush Hill was here Monday. John lias thrown off those "old chills", he says, for good. Train service over the entire length of the new cnt-off railroad from Mexico to Old Monroe and thence into St. Louis will be es tablished next Month. Rev. J. S. Jesse, who was afflict ed so long with carbuncle, is able ngain to look after his preaching appointments. He had a long hard siege of suffering. Audrain Circuit court was ad journed last Saturday until next Monday. Judge Johnson is hold ing court at Warrenton this week. W. E. Church is on trial at that place on the charge of murdering his foster parents. Jackman Brothers, the laundry men, have bought T. P. Roden's dairy in this city, paying $1,250 for the building and lot. The dai ry fixt...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 June 1904

John burt II sagas' Aatkar "Tb HMmH MIIIH.Im," "Cnlwl Mmnfi Dwtfto," Etc. Ooptriubt. itwj, t I All rtrhta . Ooptbhiht, inn. tn FlOjii:ii (Irnm Aul I marvnl A. J. DutiL BiDDLI CHAPTER X. Continued. "Tell ye what we'll dew." Raid Bam. "How many yards does It take fer dress? Fifteen? All right. We'll give ye sixty cents a yard rash. What d'ye say, Mr. Farnsworth? la It a bargain?" "All rifrtit." groaned the merchant. "It leaven me nothing, hut I'll do H aa a favor. Of course you want sunt blwk lac? for trimmings?" "Hiiro," replied Sam. "Something about twenty-five cents a yard." suggested Mm. Round. She felt like one who, having fallen from grace, decides to go to perdition with flying color. No one In Rehoboth ever had possessed a lilark silk gown with lace trimmings. "Here Is something at thirty cents a yard whlrh I can honesty recom mend." Raid Mr. Karnsworth. After Inspecting cheaper qualities, on which Mr. Karnsworth fixed higher prices, Mrs. Rounds consented to the pur chase of e...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 June 1904

MADE THE ACCOUNT SQUARE Long Suffering Customer Even with' Restaurant Keepers - Dobscn was chuckling as he and his wife emerged from the restaurant. "George!" said his wife, "what's getting Into you? For the last ten minutes you have had something on your mind and now, suddenly, you be gin giggling." "Mary, I don't want to go through life with a secret in my bosom," said Dohson after chuckling some more. "Remember the counterfeit 50 cent piece that I got last winter?" "Yes. It's the only money you ever succeeded In saving." "It's gone. I gave it to the cashier In the restaurant." "By accident?" "No. I did It in cold blood. ! have been thinking about doing it for a long time. "How did your conscience permit you to do such a thing?". "That's the worst of it,. Every trme I think about it it seems to make my conscience feel better. We have been patronizing that restaurant on occa sions for a year. The proprietor has givpn us veal In the chicken salad, codfish in the deviled crabs, chlck...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 23 June 1904

H THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JUNK 23 1001 Ttrtitit of Suhxrription : Ono yo.ir Sit Month" Thr.-o Month PARTING SHOT. The Value of Kxposure and Publicity. St. Loni. June ". The Mis Rouri supreme court's confirmation of the prison sentences of Hart man nnd liclinnin, St. Lmiirt IkmmI lers, is the parting shot in Joseph V. Folk's oil iripnign for governor. The circuit nttornc.v Kiid this tcrnoon tluft he had returned to the city to reni;iiii here. He ended hiw hpeedi mitking "d has no mote diites out in the stnte. His compnigr. for the noniinatioii is wound up. He will give all his attention now to the hoodie cases Foon to conn: up. .Speaking of the Lehman and Il;ii Iniium cases. Mr. Folk said: "The serving of peiiiteiiitinry sentences is not the greater part of the hoodie exposure. While such punishment is desirahle, still, it is exposure and puhlh-ity that arouse puhlie opinion and tend to stamp out hribery. The effect of such a crusade as this has hecn eannot he j measured hy the nitmlie...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 June 1904

Message. sou VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 30,1904. NUMBER 35 Mexico Mis RI $ HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Ernest and Elmer Johnson, of Laddonia, have employment in Mexico. Vaughn Crawford of Mexico is time-keeper on the Burlington cut-off near Wellsvilie. Misa Martha Frost has returned to her home in Mexico from her settlement kindergarten work at Nashville, Tenn. The Vandalia Artificial Stone Co. has been organized. Concrete blocks for building purposes will be manufactured. The Mexico Christian church Sunday school led every school in Missouri in its pledges to State work at the convention held at Carrolton last week. Nineteen telephone lines will have a union switchboard at Van dalia. It is the intention of these lines to join with the Laddonia, Rush Hill and Mexico line. The Bowling Green Times com ments: The Mexico Message and several other exchanges copied the poem "Dar's Gwine ter be a Har best," from the Times. This poem was written by Mrs...

Publication Title: Mexico Missouri Message
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 June 1904

L!oxicd LlissouriHcssago JOAN BEAU Publisher. "smnco Missouri vVhat'e all this talk about "the su perfluous woman"? There's no such thing. At President Thomas lays, "anthra Ut !a a luxury." It will come in (lit wrappers soon. It wouldn't be surprising to are Col. Ycunghusband sending back pretty oon for reinforcements. Tbe Jap are said to be lining "fan mane" bulleta. Tbla la one of tbe fen bam on of civilized warfare." Tbe new (rem apple abade for tinner gowns mast be in the way of delicate tribute to the amali boy. A recent novel is supplied with a "key." If It's like some of them. It bould be kept under lock and key. "The report lacks confirmation" Is low at the front with "regret to re. port" and "heavy firing waa beard." No less than six New Tork theaters nave bad to close. It's something new for some theaters to be long on "clothes." Tie Panama hat rim Is not qnlte so rakish and flabbergasted this season. This will help to relieve the outlook considerably. By a curious blunder...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 June 1904

CONTINUE CHURCH TRIAL UNTIL NEXT MONDAY CHURCH ENTERS NEW BLOOD IN THE CABINET ROOSEVELT AND FAIRBANKS DEMANDS CAPTIVE OR HIS CAPTOR SHORT NEWS STORIES 3 ,,. , .' PLEA OF INSANITY UNANIMOUSLY NOMINATED OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT CasgM from the Wires and Condensed Defendant Will Be Kept In St Louie Until That Time. Defense Seeks Continuance for War- Wild Enthusiasm Marks Close of Re publican National Convention. Hay Insists Perdlcarls Be Delivered er Ralsull Taken, Dead or Alive. for Busy Readers. renton Boy Charged with Murder. Warrenton Mo.: In the trial of William E. Church for the murder of his foster parents, begun here Mon day, Inquiry Into the sanity of the defendant was 'denied, on the ground that the defense had failed to prove that Church became Insane since the commission of the crime with which he is charged. The defendant's at torneys asked for a continuance on the ground of not having had ample time to prepare for trial, which was denied, the court ruling that the de fense ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 June 1904

THE MESSAGE PuWmlit'd Every Thursday. John Heal, Kditr ami Proprietor. Entered at 1ht Postiifltre nt Mexico Mo., as M-rotid -class niattT. THURSDAY. Jl'NK 'M. Pnlilic opinion compi'Ilpd l"in.'lc Sam to eoinpcl tliu dog cattr at Hie World's Fair to rut on their clotbeH. Several farmer who left Pi t t is county to live in Alalmtnii are repentant and have Marl-d Imek to Missouri Mtigiiig, ''Sin's good enough for ine." To tell the vertieal truth always, even within the proprieties, i one of the fine nits. Few attain t it absolutely ntid still keep their force of eharai tcr. Light ruins in this section ami weuther a little eool fn- summer time, hut up in Moutana they had a mowstorm and the meieury went as low as :;o ahovt; zero in the mountains. Sum ComIc eanied P.iiohnnan eoinity lust Saturday fur Secretary of State. The dispatches say it was the hilterest election ever held in the eounty. The majority was between Hi and -t. Miss l!etha Humphries of Mex ico has been elected teacher for ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 June 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, ' JUNE 30, 1904 Q HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, g Circuit Court is iu session again. Too much rain again few days for farm work. the past Herbert 'fucker and family have moved back to Mexico from Perry. Corn is "waist high" in some of the fields in the vicinity of Wor cester. The Laddonia, Rush Hill Union Telephone Co. will and have their switchboard at the hardware store of J. A. Potts. J. Wood Trimble, lately in the furniture and undertaking busi ness here, will move to Caney, I. T., to reside. Mexico is sorry to lose him and his good family. Mrs. Black and family beg to express thanks to the friends, kin dred and Knights of the Maca bees far and near for kindness duriug their recent sickness and loss. Liberty school district, south east of Mexico, one of the largest districts outside the towns in the county, wishes to consider the application of an ex perienced teacher for next term. J. R. McDonald of Auxvasse who has been in very poor health for a long time is no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 June 1904

JOHN BURT Astftar at Tta KMurM SUHUlin.' Oorrmioirr. iwn, bt Fskdmick I'rim ADASS U rlshts reMrved t CHAPTER XII. Continued. Two hundred feet from the bona the dog paused and miffed the air. ThcD, with a yelp, be plunged to the right tuade for a rock which showed dim through the snow, and burrowed frantically Into a drift on tta leeward aide. In the white mans Blake aaw a dark object, and as be reached the rock St moved. The next instant a bearded face appeared from the folds of a heavy fur overcoat, and a man struggled unsteadily to his feet. "Can you walk?" shouted Blake, graKpIng him by the arm. "I think so," said the stranger, aa be granped the rope. "How far Is It?" "Not far," replied Blake, encour agingly. "Pull on the rope. It will belp you." Once In the cabin, the stranger seated himself near the stove, while Blake produced a flask and heaped fuel on the fire. "Keep your hands and feet away from the Move, If they are frozen," cautioned Blake. "I'm not frost bitten," was the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 June 1904

WEAKNESS OF 8TRONQ MEN. HAD NO MONEY TO BURN. Important Announcement to Rectal) A 1 llTfSr . ; 1SSN . When the Old North church, Boston, Is ' opened for any festival occasion, as it Is on Forefathers' day, one is at tracted always by a gronp of small Italian boys who are waiting outside as you appear In the street, eager to serve strangers In the office of clce rones. "Shall I take you to Paul Re fere's house?" "Copp's Hill Is this way." "That house was Gen. Gage's headquarters." These are a few of their observations. And before the stranger has reach ed the summit of Hull street, and for a surety one cannot resist their eager and persuasive efforts to make one go along in their company, the strang er is presently overwhelmed with the rapid fire of historic facta from the young lips. The children are only JaHancoi 737'9 twelve and thirteen years old, and, more than that, they are of foreign Parentage. Their fathers and moth ers have lived here scarce more years than the boys are old...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 30 June 1904

THE MESSAGE -, THURSDAY, JUNE 30 1901 Ttrmx of Subscription: One year tl"1 Ms Month. W) Three Month -: State Primaries. Tin- follnwin timely nrtiele in the quest ini Stittp tii'itnurii'H if hfiiKT ii!iln'tl in tiiiitiy of the S'.utli('iit i . Th" writer n-hi-lit tli'' ';"-' ui-il.nmi i lliuliiiilit e.li;. lil.t w-s If ;. ryvm oi Rfiicrul priinaiK-b will tliinin.tif IMiliticiil virc-jxillffi """I "'"liven-tinn-llxi'i .'im i mIIv : "Tim i, ...1,1,. .if thr Slitte of M. 11- iMixmniri possess tin; power 1i take Col onic." "'It ,it the llMll.l- nf ,rnl',-.-- I s .I-. .Ill-1 1 ,. iI.ih .M-iir j ,., ,.!,. , i . I .-I till- i-l.-l.-ll j As-, ;i l.ln . IIH'I'S I' in l;l,,- ot Ml' -II j t ;-ii.-Mil A ---iii'ilv tiljoiiM l,c i-iuiri-d In i.li'iltf'.' tlieiu-m-lvi-.-i to M-'-nn- tin- i.iif.s;i(-" Ci'iii-ral primary cl-rlidii law in 190.V Sui h n lmv shoiil'l provide for n n-iii-ral primary t.!i.'t ion to Ik-h-lil on tin; tiiinl Tui'mI.iv in Jinn'. 19. ami every two years tlicreaf ti r, ami it !...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 July 1904

ITXTB HlSTOBICiL '1J exico Missouri Message. VOLUME V. MEXICO, AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 7,1904. NUMBER 06 M HAPPENED and SOME LOCAL AND COUNTY Audrain corn fields uing to "loom up." are begin- Born, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Guthrie, a daughterr Trice F. J. Vandeventer and family of Rush Hill are arranging to move to Mexico. Miss Katie Blattner of Mexico has been elected principal of the high school at New Forence. A. 0. Rose, west of Lnddonia.is one of Audrain's newcomers. Lie is pleased with this section of Missouri and is "brushing around" getting acquainted with his neigh bors oyer the county. Prof. A. S. Faulkner, for four or five years priucipal of the Lad donia public schools of this coun ty, now priucipal of the Wellsville public nchools, has been nomin ated by the Prohibitionists for Surveyor of Montgomery county. Quoted from the Farber Forum : Miss Ollie Kelly, sister of Mrs. D. II. Athey of Farber, was married June 8th to MrLee Pine, of Bell flower, at which place t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 July 1904

t'cxict) Llisseuri Message i JOHN BKAI Rusllaasr. "WSX1CO MCBSOUM .CLJ.. ... The typhoid microbes are pretty wideawake, but they arc very easily taken In. However. Nr. and Mrs. Mosquito arc still laughing In thrlr sleeves at the eminent scientists. After a man taken more than IT., 000 they ijnlt calling it stealing and refer to it an embezzlement. An observer says that the earning of married women are decreasing. How about their expenditures? The mental anguish of a dry man In wet dlmrlet Is exceeded only by thai of wet man In a dry district. Now that "Josh Billings" Is dead. Prof. Davy .lone of Incaster claim to b the "greatest English illor" living. Thin talk about the uscIessneRs of the rerlform appendix la very fool ish, lt'a exceedingly useful to the doctor. The Puke and lnrhei of Marllwir ough are reported to be living apart. There are only a few happy American duchesses left. The Pennsylvania clergyman who riwl at a burglar the other day and hit him ban earned the thanks of t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 July 1904

BOODLE CONSPIRACY IS BREAKING UP MAY KNOW ABOUT ' , DAMAGE TO AIRSHIP BUTLER INDICTED; KELLY AND GUTKE AGAIN ARRESTED H0MESEEKERS SEIZE A FREIGHT TRAIN JAPANESE LURED RUSSIANS TO SEA SHORT NEWS STORIES i Caught from the Wires and Condensed for Busy Readers. Edmund Bersch Pleads Guilty Other May Follow Suit. Charles F. Meyers, Discovered Loiter ing Near Aerodrome, la Arrested. Preparing for Big Ruth When Reser vation Is Opened. One Battleship Sunk and Another Badly Damaged. St. Louis: The most pronounced Tiensotlon of the St. Louis boodle in vestigation since the return of John K. Murrell from Mexico developed Monday when it was announced that Edmund Borsch, Charles F. Kelly and Charles A. Outke had decided to plead guilty and throw themselves upon the mercy of the court. Bersch at once took this course, sentence being deferred until Friday. Kelly and Gutke will make their pleas on July 11. Following closely upon this an nouncement came the withdrawal of Thomas J. Rowe as attorney fo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 July 1904

THE MESSAGE Published Every Thursday. John Penl, Kditnr mid Proprietor. r,nt r-.i i Hi'- ritiiiiii Ht MfMi-o Mo.. m M-cnml -class matter. THURSDAY. JULY 7, l'.MM Mr. mill Mir. oorje Lai-oree ami the Misses (.'niter nre home ' from Washington State. Mr. Lt Force enjoys that country hut In suys when away h always MnwlH tin f.ir MisFi.ini. the lost Slate of t hp in all. The rn-eneliers erected Hie lu nch rs Sntnnliiv in lliii'lin Park for tiie union MTii-e to le hold thrre Sunday evenings during the Biiminer. They didn't wish to rut ont the carppnt'Tfi. I'tit the curpe ti ters were- all etn ployed. Twenty-live persons were killed and 1 ."84 injured hy explosives in Chicago on the Fourth. As tlip "returns" foine in from other towns, the people of Mexico are coiijfi ululating Mayor .Tones more and more for his order prohibiting tho firing of dangerous fireworks here last Monday. It gave us a Fourth nine of Julv. Jl. (.'. Turner of this city has traded his properly here for the WelJsville...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 July 1904

THE MESSAGE THURSDAY, JULY 7. 1904 HAPPENED AND HAPPENING, g M. L. Easthnm of this county has moved to St. Joseph. Miss Florence Aterbnrn of New Florence ia ut the Mexico Sanita rium for medical treatment. A picture of the late Judge V. O. Forrist has lieeu hung in the Andrain county circuit court room. The Circuit Court adjourned Saturday till the 11th inst., when there will he a short session to hear motions. Miss Martha Shea, for a number of years principal of the Mexico high school, will have the chair of literature next year in the Normal of the State of Louisiana. Company B of this city, Capt. Sanderson in command, spent the Fourth in Centralis. They par ticipated in the parade and gave a skirmish drill with forty rounds of ammunition to the man. Two weeks ago a Central Mis souri paper awarded a piano to a young woman who won the pa per's "popular girl" contest. Sat urday her father called on the edi tor and stopped his paper. The oflicers of the Savings bank have been re-elec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 July 1904

JOHN BURT11?pVarme" Aatkar s Tk KMnappt MUUnHtrm." "CoUmI Moarae's Dactrim," Etc. Onrvin:lT. 1901, BT I All TlfbW CoTHKlHT, 11 HT f aros.K s Ui'ua Ada I reMrved I i I, Until, Uiddli 8 CHAPTER XII. Continued. "I've tieen pant It a hundred times. I've struck a pick all around thoro end never found ore." said Blake reflective ly, "but lht proves nothing. A thou sand people walked over the Little Calaveras before I found tho gilt. Wall. John." be concluded, relapsing to (he familiar Yankee drawl, "'don't iMs beat time.' a Uncle Toby Ilaynei nd to nay?" "It certainly is remarkable, said John Hurt, folding tho map. "How did yoa heppen to select this particu lar root, Jim?" "Just happened to, that's all," was th lacorlc reply. I laid out claims all along here, but t ti In one seemed the most likely." "I suppope your claims cover tbo ground Indicated on this map, don't thry?" asked John. "It don't make a bit of difference whether they do or not." asserted Blake with much vigor. "If yon find...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mexico Missouri message. — 7 July 1904

FREE TO TWENTV-FIVii LADIES, The Dollance Starch Co. will glTe IS ladles a round trip ticket to the St. Loula Expedition, to fire ladtea In each of the following atatei: Illlnoli, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas and Mis souri who will send In the largest number of trade marks cut from a ten-cent, 16-ounce package ot Dcfl ance cold water laundry starch. T'-is means from Jour own home, any where In the above named states. These trade marks must be mailed to and received by the Defiance Starch Co., Omaha, Nebr., before Sep tember 1st, 1904. October and Novem ber will be the best months to visit the Exposition. Remember that Defi ance is the only starch put up 16 oz. (a full pound) to the package. You get one-third more starch for the same money than of any other kind, and Defiance never sticks to the iron. The tickets to the Exposition will be sent by registered mall September 6th. Starch for sal by all dealer. Aged 'and Youthful Statesmen. The oldest man elected to the Ver mont general assembl...

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