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7 E.WS, J JLJLLf THE LEADING LOCAL NEWSPAPER IN EASTERN AND CENTRAL VERMONT VOL XVI. AVKST RANDOLPH," VT., NO VMM II KK 15,188. NO. (r-78.. RA USE IVORY SOAP IN THE STABLE. THE Ivory Soap is most excellent fr washing galled spots, scratches, etc., etc., on horses, for it will cleanse without irri tating, and the vegetable oils of which it is made arc cooling and healing in effect. A WORD OF WARNING. There are many w!iite soaps, each represented to be "just as good as t!ie ' Ivory ' j" they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualifies if tne genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it. foprrielit lHo. by Procter A finmlile. Printed Every Weflnesflnsr KvrMtns at Vt'KST Hl.MtOI.IMf, VT. TWO EDITIONS. TKIIMS: Mfi( A Ti:ll fin Hie FOI'Il PAtilC 11 eclilimi; art Irnla Ira. in W In.l-or r lining-t Mies. I'iltlli l.l. Hancock HticJ Granville sTlils I'llitiitii giwb only Ihe local news. 1 i A VKAIt tor tlx- 1M.IIT 1MCWK O 1 il edition: 2.1 Out less In Wind-or orOiMUL'roi. until--. 1'iil.lii'lil. Hancock Mini liranv Hie f.e'l lii. U ilu- riyular paper and alve all the new Mtrrnr& Farmer anil eljrht paire edition $l.IO a irar m eritmnt: elxcw here tl.s,'.. ADVERTISING RATES. I'no 1'nliiniii. ! year. Oni' half column nni- year, I'nc (iiarti-r column, out' year, OucUicli, one year. SKA m Hi.OO . ai.no li.W raTA.Ivi rll-cwem- for a hnrter time V5 per cent ni'Tfll.aii tin- prop,irtioii,tlc rale. WSH'lal portion ,(.r cent extra. tr"l'roliale notlci .'.uu, Lea-al notices 10c a line, rP"N'o discount on alMive rale. Hand In copy by M--liilay. T.KW1S IM'HAVKIt, Publisher. Kvory Dairyman should Read This It you want Hie nest Market Price fur YOUR BUTTER SEND IT TO MILLS & DEERINC, 22 Qiiiney Mar lie'. Boston, Mass. SMALL PACKAGES IN GOOD DEMAND tF-Pul your I'll 1 1, r In crates of 5lh. boxes, or In 10 w mil. tni,a.:, we can make Jou happy when on W Vi.iir returns. ' tvctiilrniir address ami we will mall yon a Slen Ml.slwa. Ve,.k, Mark, ! lie-port. K..ii', lortel the 'im. llii.l h. m i itiva. ft Uuinry .Market, Ituatou, .llim. (JENTRAI. VERMONT RAILROAD f'onmiriKing Sunday, Ocfer 7, 1888. UOINO SOUTH a Trln leave HA Mini. I'll as follow! .TOm. Muht Kxpreaa from OmlenalMiric, Mon treal ant the went, tor Hoalon. U.well anil all ew fcnirlanil points. MeepliirrrarKfe- Bo ton via. laiwell, also for Npi Iiik rt. l.l run ilalli siiii'lav. Included Montreal tu Ko.ton via l.owl. 1.17 a ui. Mall from St. Allans and Burlington rot " . via Lowell and Ulchl.urK, lor ail l a.. ln Nv" Eimland. p ni. Limited EipreM.from Ordensbnrif.MoD treai awl the west, lor Concord. Mancliesler Jaslnia. Lowell, hoslon: and New York, via .,, MirlnrtelJ and .New London. p.ui. I'assenifer f..r While lllver Junction. t.OO MlilMl JIIK1I1: Vlirk for U.KtS..l I linlun.lm m A .l.a ua. Weepiint car to Montreal num dally M.n.lave imiiiueil. t;o,ion to Montreal via Lowell, a. ai. rasseuxer lor Kutland, liurllnnton and M. Alhatis. 300 pm. Mall Train from Boston. Worcester, Niniiinleld. New London, and New York. I,. I u..i..io,si. A li.aiis, listen 6u,y. Montreal, a and Hie west. Ilrawlnir room er to Moniresl. , Fan Kvi.ress. from lioston lor Montreal and West. Pnllman Palace sleep- l'i car attachiMl runaintt ihroua-h uChiaairo wltlii.iu thai ire. i ,,!?!'' IK'kHS '"r 'hlcairo, and the west for sale i!MVl"'l',c,paUiation. ! MMIM.s. J. W. HOBART, wen.Pueniier An-nt. l.i n. Manj Yaliialile Farm For Sale. "iiaeeotn.t of eonliiiued illness, I now '..cr "'' farm for sale. It is the Alonzo '"wler 1 containing two tiiimlreil t re (.f , ,j,.,. .lUl nj,.,, hniidinga ?"'ir'.v 'i' and in good rt pair, eonven Jily :imi ple.isamlv l.K-ated thereon. -it n.-,if, ju Hi.vahoti one mile south the village-,,f Ka'st Heth.-I. on the stage "''l. near school and mills, altogether "' it one of the most desirable faruis " ' i;ni-.,r ounty. (inlv.i small part '"n purchase money will lie refpiired 'en (,.) js h.lii(, an( p,,sssfs-iin is given, Milch i,,ay e immetliatelv. Makia Fowl KR. 'M.S, lws. Kast Kethel, Vt. ESTRAY. jjw-.'"'"the endore of thetenbrribrr ahont reeL!T 11 Br lambs. The owner Is lataaa r.i Pf-rertT, pa; eharres and take 2 Dr. H.Carpenter Dentist, South Royalton. Mil be at Mrnrtuirt mxl Miami, the fli-i ncvk nf every other ihoihIi 1ii uate.). k'.lUvt 4liidniiert-o hy m coiujieifut plulcUn. Kami for hIo. 1.m-;it-l In the townof Ctirl-i m thr-r n.tli-- from tin vilhitfi' n the new f-f.ntitx r it'l In Mr:it!in.. "li-lH1Ii- l"0 Here iiiilnliU H hti-i) fhto tilUye, t-tMn-hihI woiiiUitiiit. A fruit oreltsnl nf I'' hiix jfra te! t re-s, wiu-Hr nrhanl of 4' it ireen, lift liii.- f.h-i-t of (Mo-ftorv lK.u-e with L, two tnl -hrL hih, lliree (.hxI water nt both hons ainlhrtrn-. 1'rtor erv rhe.ij.. Wnnht ei fmne- (v -m:ill jl--. 1 Inw who l-h to iMtnhae.ei tai in "ill 'to 'H lv eiilluitf nil, or mhlie!-iliK Illli A M V I t ' . UH Uii, Vt. FARM FOR SALE. The farm of Hie lale (ieoree W. Itolililn llnate.l on tile et lllll In hel.ea, ;( mile fi Hie I'lMKe, ei.n- lainff 1(0 aerei of koimI laml i-iillnhly ilul.leii In o itHiavlnir. pa.lurealiil llllaar . a !'"' "' '! -Iralile lot llh a .naar orehanl ot Hit.. HuiIiI hnrs III lair repair ami rumiliK x aler al honne anil I. am. W 111 tell clieap lor eali a I ili tu itis'e of tlti- protM'Hy at once. Aitili"i. llis. t. W. Itiililliss, f 'lielM a. Vt. We ure jeciviiig our new fall stock of FINE for Ijidies, fients and Cliildieii. ijAn insieetion will lie for your in terest. fcf-All goods warranted by THOMAS THE SIIOEMAN. Fun sale. A tlark hay seven-vear-ol.l horse, weight IO.'iO pomxl., per fectly sound ami fate. In 'keeping of F. L. I'arsons, VT. Ianlolh, Vt. at present. One second hand buggy. Iiean's make. One first elass bob sled a"lso B desirable building lot at (Jueen Citv l'ark. For terms apply to or addi'ess, Fhank I! t HH U'ii. West liraintree. Vt. Don't Forgel to Call before vim buy your ;TS and s,-e the large stock of the Hoots j and Shoes in tnutact.ireo, k. iu i; F. tl. JUSLYf J You will save money by doing o, and it w ill not cost you a cent to see w hat lie eau uo Best Rubbers at lowest price. BootsMhoes & SHOES! LOC: at Hie LABEL. We want every subscriber to look lit l the label on hi paper following hi j niiiiii'. If it is wrong plea-? notify us at I onc e. A large number of subscription ex j piled the lirst of this month. These pa- Jiers will nil be storied next week if not renewed. Although we are gaining many new subscribers, (nearly fifty jier week,) we do riot wish to lose a single old siibserilt er, we want everyone to renew. We shall make you the best jiaper for 18s) we have ever published and we hope you w ill renew at onee if your time is out. CLUB RATES FOR 1889. Herald and lioston Journal fcl.Oo " Country Gentleman 2..10 ' Troy Times " Mirror and Farmer 1.70 1." EDITORIAL NOTES. The canvHss just closed has been a school for the nation. Fvery one has leurned more about the tariff than he knew before. This has been the bur den tif thousands of speeches before im mense audiences, all over the north and west and in some parts of the South. Almost every one has had an opportu nity to read tariff history, to learn of the nature and purpose of protective measures, and hereafter when there is legislation upon these mutters the peo ple will know better what it means. It may be said of the campaign just closed that we have passed through it with as little low abuse as any ("iin paign in our history. It may be the beginning of better days in respect to the character of our political contests. A little wit or fatire maybe enlivening but scurrility is degrading. It may not be out of place to tell the truth about men and to criticize public acts, but the practice of lying about men. of mis representing niotics to destroy charac ter and weaken intluetiee should be con demned. iVc look more and more for the discussion of great national tpics tions in a spirit of candor. Cabinet speculations are now the or-i der. Newspapers are busy in forming them. Next in importance to the se lection of a president is the selection of counselors, and while the people attend to the former the president-elect must attend to the latter. There are men, however, whose names will readily suggest themselves as suitable for cub inet positions. Warner Miller, Gov. Alger, Allison of Iowa, arc mentioned along with others. Frye of Maine will no doubt be the New Knglaiid member though we should be pleased to sec Ver mont honored in this direction. The republican element of the South must be recognized, and Golf of West Y ir giniit is pointed out as the coming man. The republican victory in Delaware must be a great surprise to the people of that state. Delaw are has been a kind of a pocket borough for a great manv years, the Hayard and Salisbury families carrying it. There ha really beeti no jMilitical freedom in that state. There has beeu a law of the state re quiring of every man that lie should register and pay a poll tax before licing allowed to vote. Registration Ixiards have been entirely under democratic control, and they have so managed af fairs as to secure the registration of democrat and keep the name of re publicans orf the lists as much as pos sible. To do this the lwianls met at irregular times and places and while the dene HTats were all notified no word was sent to the republicans. l'roxy pavinents were accepted from the dem ocrats. life the republicans were re . ... : .,,.1 -L..;!..,' llliriMI III I'll i:i I'vi: mi., 1 all sorts tif tricks to keep the state with in their control, they have in hundred 1 t, instance refused republicans ho were anxious to pav flieir tax and r'g- , . . .... i while enroiite for Colorado Springs. is,er. A little tdigarehv has 1-e.-,, made j " " v"' f"r ""- 1 j ,Ie ,1H1, 1, in Gen. Iiutlers law of of the state, and the methods referred j general fact is. that Harrison and Mor- j f(r y VTa years and was a mem- to, are in line with the Southern spirit ton are elected by such decisive major ... .... 1 i - of political intolerance. l no mange , a marketl one ami may ue reparuej a an emancipation from the shadow f,i,nl,Ul,v,t. This is uite v. . -' - . i a break in the solid South." Silpt. Dartt takes a rather gloomy view of the condition of our schools. Our schools are not as good as they ought to he, but we do not believe they are hs bad as it is the fashion V rep resent thent. We have a great many schools in poor districts, where it seems necessary to employ cheap teachers, but we have many excellent schools, many excellent teachers, doing a good work in all parts ot the state. AVe arc grad uating excellent scholars from our grad ed schools, fitting a goodly number of young men and women for higher insti tutions of learning and sending them thither, some in our own tate and oth ers without. We are not relapsing into such a state of ignorance as will soon make Vermont missionary ground, lint we ought to devise some method of I remedying existing defects and render . r. ... . . , . .... our scnoois mortj emciciii, which we think can be done, even at the present cost of maintaining them. We have received a copy of the re port of the commissioners upon the Nor mal Schools. In this report the com missioners say they have attended to the duties imposed upon them, visited the Normal S hotils, observed their dai ly work and familiarized themselves with former reports of their condition and work, etc. They give tables. show ing the number of graduates from each school and the amount of money re ceived by them, so far an they were a- ble to ascertain. It is not necessary to follow the reMirt through, suffice it to say, the tenor of it is opposed to the present arrangement and in favor of one school situated so us to accommodate all portions of the state. The fact is, the report is an argument against three schools and in favor of one. We un derstand that the reHirt does not meet with favor in the legislature, and that its recommendation will probably not be adopted. The report of the school commission will not, as tilings now ap pear, meet with much favor, though it is possible sonic feature of the bill will be incoi poratcd into existing law s. THE ELECTIONS. The election on Tuesday, Nov. tith. passed off very quietly in Vtrmont republican majority varying but little j from the Septemberelection. Of course Harrison and Morton were elected. All the New Fngland state except . .1...:- ........ c.. .1... 1. ouuet I lint gaveincir ton nir tue Harrison electors. Conn, is very close, and at this w riting there is some uncer tainty about the result, w ith chances in favor of the democrats. Outside of N. England the interest was more intense, because of some states that stood in the doubtful list. The Republicans carried all of the Northern and I'acific States except New Jersey. They made gains iu West Virginia and Delaware. In the latter state they have elected a re publican legislature which will choose a senator in place of Saulshury. This is a new state of affairs for that little a slight break into the solid ...,', , , . South. A craek was al-o made into the other side of the old confederacy, a republican representative having been chosen from Iiuisiana. Indiana and New York were the two states in which the greatest inteiest centered, for it was generally conceded that the result in those two states would determine the general result. Indiana, the home tif Harrison gives him a plurality of over 2.(MK), and New York, on the national ticket, goes republican by about 10.000 majority, though the democrats elected Hill, their candidate for governor. It is said by some that Hill gve us Har rison, but the fact is. that whatever he nmv have done to defeat Cleveland in I order to make sure his own election. ! i Il.,s.;.,. v. .1 !,.. ,..ne,..., I... .oil'' .. ......... ..... - v ter returns show that We?t Virginia, of which little account was made bv the ' ilK.s to leave no room for question, Jf ,lie dem.K-rats sav there was fraud . ' , , ud corruption m New ork, we reply bv saying that the republicans would have won without New York or David Hill to help. The democrats of New York do not feel highly elated with the result in their own state, for they have lost Cleveland in winning 1 1 ill. The democrats made up the issue for this campaign, free trade against protection j anil they have lost in the tight. The j republican gains almost everywhere in the republican states and in some that have almost always been democratic, show that the prevailing sentiment of the people of this country is iu favor of protection to home industries. Hut the republicans have not only gained the presidency, they have secured a major ity in the National House of Represent ative. This, with one or two more senators, of which they are reasonably sure, place the administration of the government, once more, in good repub lican working order. The result of the election show sonic things, that we may specify and set iu order : First, whether free trade, be right or wrong as a matter of national policy, the sentiment of the people of this coun try is opposed to it, as we have already intimated. It has been a long time ' since the matt' r was brought so dis tinctly into our national politics as iu the canvass just closed. Heretofore (or a long period people have talked a bout it, at various times listened to ar guments for and against, now they have given a decided expression to their opin ions on the subject. This generation, like the former, believes in protecting home industries. Second, the democratic party has failed to satisfy the people of the coun try in the character of its administra tion. It took possession of the govern ment with the cry of reform. It did not take long to satisfy the people that this word meant nothing in a demo- I cratic dictionary. There have been I no reform inaugurated. It has been I found impossible for the party to reform anvthing. There are no elements ot reform in it. Reform must begin at home and whenever a political reform ation come over a democrat lie goes out of the parly. The democratic ex periment of the last four years is as , .i i i .i . i i inucii us tne people oi mis country oare risk and they have placed the adminis tration of the government back into the hands of the only party that for the last thirty years has show n ilself capa ble of governing in such a manner as to give confidence to the people and dignity and character to it in the eyes of other nations. Third, with an administration in the hand of the republicans, we may con fidently look for a revival of industries that have been partially paralyzed by the fear of free trade. We may look for a steady national policy for a term of years at least, for now justice will lie done to certain territories that have been seeking admission to the Union, but which have beeu kept out because they were republican. It may be the I u-lll .lt... A lloil itd iiriioorite I . . . ! can be better promoted liv a party that 1 .. " asks for justice tor all men. The country is to lie congratulated upon the result and we shall certainly look forward to greater national pros perity. XoltTll IIAKTLAM. Katie llurke fell and fractured the bone of one arm last Saturday. The school in the Gilson district closed last Friday. Miss l'ersis Gil son was the teacher. The Fnioti Labor flag shed the names of its candidates last Wednes- I dav. The high wind may have helped the matter, but the old banner was j doubtless discouraged at the result of l.i.i .. ine election Fdward C. Carrigan. an old and successful teacher in this place, died ,,f apoplexy laat week Wednesday Iht of the lioston schfml committee. He graduated from Dartmouth in lt77. Napoleon Luce, formerly known as 00" died at the resideuce of John Webster last Wetlnesday. STIIArTtiliU. Mrs. Charlie Clark is convalescent. Fast Sunday morning a lively sncw made its appt'arauce. Maggie Walker is quite ill, threat ened w ith typhoid fever. T. O. Harlow has an engagement to preach in Wilton. N. II. Ilazen Chandler and wife have mov ed into J. S. Morrill's house. . A. L. Clark has gone to Olcott to paint the house of Josie Turner. Rev. J. I). Waldron exchanged with Rev. Henry Cunimiiigsa'st Sunday. . Thursday the 8th sale of the farm and stock owned by K. C Needhain. Hatch Chamberlain has returned from Dakota to stay in old Vermont. Walter Cobb and Fiiura Hatch came from Hanover to spend last Sab bath. Heibert Collins finished his 10 mos. engagement on the Hiram Barrett limn last week. Maim Chandler is visiting school friends iu Lebanon and l'laintield, N. 11. There was full attendance at the e lection, 174 votes cast for Harrison, .V.I for C levelund. Misses Addie Furr and Helen Hayes paid a visit to friends in Olcott and Ixdianon, N. H. At the Christian Endeavor meeting last week officers were elected lor the coming six mouths. Senator Morrill left town for Wash ington, D. C. having remained to cast his vote for Harrison. There was an auction Monday, the Nth by the heirs of the lienjamiu Still estate of his personal property. C. II. Dow, Dr. Chaffee, Harvey Ordwav and Will West went to the Junction to get election returns. Frank Chandler and family are to move into the Cyrus Chandler house lately purcliasen by A. C. Chandler of Cambridge, Muss. Nov. 1,'ith, auction by Hiram Iirowu of the farm know n as the I.o ren Kibbling farm situated half way between the two v illages. Mr. Iirowu intends moving to California. The Mut. Fire InsuraiiceCo. urrested II. Fulton and his brother-in-law, 11a zcllou charging them with having fir ed the barn and house of Hiiam Ful ton. Win. Slickney, prosecuting at torney, D. C. Hyde for the defeudeiit. The republicans held a jollification mee'ing Sat. evening at the town house Speakers, Hon. A. H. Cobb, Hon. Win. L. Stickney of liethel, Fivciett Heath of West Fairlee and others. Hand iu attendance from S. Strafford, vocal music and social dish of oysters, campaign doughnuts and coffee. Tuesday morning Mr. Charles Chan dler received news of the death of his brother, A. S. Chandler, of pntumoniii at his home in California. Mr. Chand ler was an adopted son of Freeman Walker and went to Cal. about thirty five years ago where he amassed con siderably property and has been held in esteem by those in his community haviug been several limes cLoseu as state senator. SOITH STIf AKKOItl). Mrs. Luther l'rcstou has returned I'-,.... . II, T ..-..11 There was an ovster supper at the town hall last Saturday eve iu honor of Harrison. Mr. Cumniings occupied the pulpit last Sunday in exchange with Mr. Waldron. Ida McCrillis is working for Will Collins. There was a land slide down by Cop per Flat last Saturday rendering the road impassable for a time. Flection passed off very quietly in this village, very little excitement was shown. Ouite a snow storm passed over this place Sunday afternoon and ev ening. Dr. Carpenter is doing dentistry in this village this week. ll.VltTI.VM. Workmen are replacing the spire blown from the 1 .ivcrsaliT church during a gale Jast summer. "v O. H. Woodard has sold one 4 his farms for SIM 10 to W. S. Karnes. L. II. Merritt has liought the Mil ler farm paying SltilO for it. AVilbur Herrick has moved to South field, Mass. Rovnton. the merchant is moving j into Miss Alden's house. '