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J Vj v JL-IL THE LEADING LOCAL NEWSPAPER IN EASTERN AND CENTRAL VERMONT. VOL. XVI. WEST RANDOLPH. VT.. MAY, 2 1889. XO.31-810. AND WANTED. Vl, TKKm" liKOINNKKB if of M ATl'RK AHR. lWk T. tANI?'N CO., W..rwW,M, Maylp Wanted. To exchange postage stamps. Stamp Jleeturs are invited to write for approv ffits, etc. Frank W. GIUJENE, Our-chee, t. For Sale. A dark brown 5 years old Morgan mare II hand.! high, will weigh in good condi tion 1000 lbs. The above mare is a nice nXaded driver, is sound, safe and kind to work in all plates. .Enquire of WW llERBKKT A. W'O01, Barnard, Vt. 4wP- FARM FOR SALE. Sitnated in Ilraiutree, beiroc the farm owned k, Loren Marsh, containing 100 aoros, wcsxl Zneh fr farm, 200 second ffrnyvih uKar nC y.mntr irrafted apple orchard. Have new utin.nla.rf blinded barn honebwn, from schoolone mile from ehmvh. ln nreof J. 1. Battles, W. Kandolph, V t. Imp Buy your Boots, Shoes and Rubbers of ThomasMShoeman DR. STIMSON, Corner of S. Pleasant and Prospect Sts. West Randolph, Vermont. SALESMEN WANTED Local or travelluK men ot (food charaeter wlio want ,nr..iicnt employment, writ me before emoting lor the tMin. My aytem assures nieces, and you mii nake money IuuhUIii uiv .peclaltlct . I"n1 do ll,trai. very liberal. Apply to Fred E. Yoiiuk . Knrland Nurseries, Kochoater, N.y. AGENTS afagood salary. Te Hike orders for our tree and lull It"1 ' nur rt Mock. Only those over 2f years of )re who can finish irood reference need apply. We rl eiu ilnrincnt ihe vear round and pay all expenses. N.rMTlcs at liencva. N. V. Addreiw with stamp. HOMER N. CHASE & CO., Buckfleld, Maine. Jm H.xp VILLAGE FARM T irtr T niv rami on Central Street, 1 Y I 1 J I J mar AVer's ItriH.k hrldirc eon IKnliiir aln.ul :H acres ol food land, siillal.lv llv .led Ink. pasture hioI cute al I..11S Hire - a.iw.iiiall trult, Kood uter al house ami Iwrns. ine He Is two stories with 1.. -..mains 10 taree. rooms karaa, ouUiIIiwf alllu flrsl class repair. Aiiyoi.oilc slnn a vix.il rami near one ol the best schools to l. K.urrheK. More-, etc.. cannot do better than lo dine .wise., thi. plsce. UlANK IMBAR1. W, Randolph, VI.. Dee.Glh. IKSS. Photographs. A NEW DEPARTURE. Reduction in prices for 1 month at Sparliaivk a . Wallery. commelliiiur April 1st. 1-!'. i ThankiHi; my friends and patron for their former patmnajre 1 now otter them a reduction price of nearly '! pi-r cent for one month. Now in the time to secure photon ' JW" tiria on hand or sit for pexv ones. SI'M 1A1. ratal to (iraduatinj. Chu-.ses and Clubs. Apply w write for chit. rates. 'itl present reduction payment at the time of sittimj will be required. All work miaranted first-class. PICTrltl'. i:.I.AH.r'.l and finished In I.MilA or tnaio.i. fall and see style of CRAYON or INK work and pet price before placmi; your onion, mr etilaiyed work. Call at L. 1 . SPARHAWK-S GALLERY, . M floor over K.A.Thomas' atore W.H.inilolld Apl r write for X1" rate. f t DirC BKST Soil, riiruate and J.F. MASt'lilA, t'larcne.l.t. Va. I ,H-.!ti.n tn the South. I.KiAI. NTIfE. liAbTlfiUn lilwTI'll'T HA XL WlMHlstfK'k 111 WitO liftrkt in Hi- '7tt. dnv of AitrH A. I. VrVTpi Jtmiie A luilt-v. adiniiiiiilrntrix of Ihe wi( oi iH-r iilnln.rtrailon ami o pnwni font 9o.ii.ut ...! .xt.ti, ..n-vHtiilMHiion and allow- H'Tfsiii.l r.n ii:th lv of May lS. Afrrt whereas nald f'onrl liac M.iiriM'! atl t plar" for v e UU nifni of rcoimt and !"r fnof th rrsltiueof i-aiil "ttt- to llw lw-iri of Tflf-rnnri :l.Af.M ..r.lr that niitlM Of tile UTi-n toall pernon Inler! In (wi'l if. It. pnt.ifKhtnff m eopy - ""irrt of tior- Uiff wf k. MicrwhtYt-lv In the H rU! .nnH'oiir- Bt-wMitcr pnbH-liwI al Beiht-1 In this tA'e, t4t tbt-v may arMar brlnrr RHid rntrt and contest tatallnwanreof naid aocount,if thv ft-' raiiw. Au-wivcrd.attt-r.t, N. J. M-'.A KK, l...M-r tnn' coiiT f rT.rn. l Attest. THOMAS , hF.AVKR Jmlee. Final Settlrmnt. TTF OFVF.RMONT ? "l-TKHTor H AKTVOKI) HP i At a rmriate f onrt lit-ld at w MMliof it itiiio and fi,rHMil IliKiHrt.on thf 2ft1 daT of Air. 1. PhksFvt. Hon. T. . Jo'ijrr. "HERKAS, NonnanV. tSewall, administrator wttb itnrien. oc ot.nip nnn, 01 ue r?iic ui 4(4)KT lttnf U..-ol..r la taM rjot . deceased. tflate, prnow to render fTortt hi ain.nltnition and to present hi "ot amitnst said estate for allowane at a nv& nt Mid cvrt 10 he lield at Tle Trottate Office KHifuck. in Raid IM-lrif i. on the l.th rtay or A. I Arwl Wa.rM. Said Vnirt hai. a- i-ti ntid time and plaee foi aetttement of aaid ac n 'or a deorce h ttie residue ef id estate to ierarorr,r said dereafe.;, and ordere1 "at nuhitr iw.tiM tisaM..r lTn In til nuninn in. In aid mate by puhl.tttdor a copy of the t .n nun omer three weetts rure'iTei v. previ te day a.med. as aforwald. In the W hite nirH-rmld a m vipaper published at South Roy tw lhConly of Windsor. In in State of Vt, rf'r ' peronri concerned tn wtd estate are Z : w i rnar at tie rrohate ifftce in w n t- W- th-B and titereto contetn the al'owane of Mid i)t,if tivr-T euiM. and to euahltf h iheir rlcbt !ra. it-rate. lawful elaiiuanuof aaid ret- A irae fwri Attert, N. 4. 8EAYER, Renter. A tncin)-rof record. lw AueaL. T. O. bEAVKR, Jad.-e License ttjSt lU ftTATK OF VKKMONT, ) In Prohaie ronrf i)4- lfuh dav of A nr., A. O l.'tHJt, Henry f. Hoper Kmc of the et.iteof Kphratm Thayer, late of Itundolpti, i; A NPOI.r H IHM HII T.HKi cti HI itaJj.lolpil (D Ul Intuitu district. d-:m-d. niaarti ai.iiltcatlon to tutld Court to t:H AU of the real etsUl of Niid deusu ed riltiutteri In thUntate. reprcHCiilinff uiat u; Hale will ue lieuentuai to all the heira and U'tfiiUH-s of said estate. W hereupon i 1 ordered hy Bald Court Hint said appllmllou come under eoiir-ideratlou and be heartl on the 7ltt dny ot May A. 1. the I'rohate Odiee, Kainlolph and, II Ik further ordered, that all penw.nn liiU'reUd be noittit-4i iiereoi, uy publication of notice or umk ap- rillcutloti and order thereon, three weeks woeewdvely ii tite Hkkaip a n it News printed at W'ewi Itau- dolph. lH'lre said time f hearlLiic. that tlieyu.ayap- Jtear at Maid time and place, ami. if tiiev we eaue, ob eet tlu reUi. lv the Couil, Atient, Bll W W. It. NU IHilA-CI'WK. Limine to Sell. HTATK OF VKKMONT, t In Inl.ate Court, hold HanixilI'H iuktiiu t, r- v en In Randolph on ihe l:ttti dav of AitrH A. !.. Irty leiiiimre .J. WattleB. Ad- uuulriiraor of the estate of YV1M.1AM H. ItlMWN late of Bralntree. In aaid dlftrlet, deceased, luaken applirjiilou to aaid Court for Uernfe to Hell all of the re;l eh tate of rid doeea'd, repreHentliiK that fa Id cale h new shut v lor the payment of the deliUi of wld dweat-!. AVhere- utKn, It I ordered hv Katd Cum i t that kuM arn'i'tion Co under couslderalttm ;tmi be hi :ird on the 7tli rtay of Slav A. l. at the Probate M)ice In Itt in!.lnl. : utol. It i furihet orlend, that all pen-on In er tei be notided hereol ny puniicanon ot notice or Mil-- application aixi oroer thereon, three wekH mn4-"t-d vl In the IIKIt AI.O AM) NKH S, printed at e-t Kaitdolph, ta-rnrt aul lime of hearlnv, that tlie may uppear at t,-tid time and place. an(. If Miey we caue, ohte.'t ttiert io. bv tne vourt Attext. 811 WILLIAM II. MCHOI-S..lndre. Final Scttlciiifiil. STATU ok VERMONT f At a Tndmle onrt HAKTKOKl IHS'l ltlTSS held at W ..o ltm k. within and for uwld IM-trlr-i. on Ur- IJihday uf April IKS. rrenent, 1 . O. eaver, .Indre. Whereaa iarfiener L. Chml- e. AdininlH ator ol the e-tate ot Benjamin M, Miltm y, Ute ot lthit--ter. Infcaid dlritrlet deeeHei, InieMul--. propoM rendering an account ot his adiidiilstratlou and prefentluK his acc)Uilt axaint fid e-tlel for allow ance at a season ol aald "Ui l to be held at M oi Hock, in Ihe aald Dlairlct on thebiU day of May. A. Andwherea ald court has aifdjtned aald time and platu lorlhe aeitieiiient of wibl acvount and lor the decree ol the residue of said eniate to the heira or aaid decease!, and orilen d tuat public nolle thereof beiflveii toall (rwuii Interested In wild extate hy publlsliiujr a copy of the record of Ihls order three week Miccensiviflv. prcfious to the day aatlKnetL a aforesaid. In the HjcKaiJ) anoNKWk newspaper pubUnhwi at Went Handoiph. In the County or Orange, in the state of Vermont. Mtte l eererore, aii prrwu"wi''- i -are noiiiied to appear at the Vrotiate Ofl.ce In w ooti hiocW, in said lMstrlct. on the day assigned, aa aforesaid, theii and lltere to contest the allowance ol said anint If they ee cause and to eMabHsh the r rljrht a helra, lega'.ee. ami lawiul claiiat -hl resume, ' fi1i A true copy of ',(rAVFR. R," A truecipyofreeonl, T.O.SKAVKIt, Ju.hfe, fouiliii(sloiiets olice. Kiateof KsTKS t'OVANT. Tlie nnrterune.l. Having tieen appoint ei ? 1 1 ' Hon. ITooale Court lor the Dlatrlct ol lland' dp Cooniill r. t.. welve. examine a ' claium and demand, ol alt .cl..li aKattift 1 h e e U e ruesCoiiant late of Tinihridiw in hl ll"l. -tSSl a.' " ill claim, exhltnled in otTse, , "J by itlve notice inai we win mry .... ?KvTk...n.. until oTI-a. P ui. of ld iiart and lhat -ix months ironi me dJvf K. . A. 1I.1KK9. Is the time limited hy !! day ol no-. ,ii, ,i. m. to u IXiurl lor saio cieiiiniio i.- - for examination and all. .wane. I' ! at Tunl.rl.ltre this I'll l" "f. . iv ' , (,. MO lloLTt'iN S. AN MS ( nilw.ncra CoiiimiNsit r's otl;e. K-tntcof .levemh.hWll.n. T,,e ,,.l, rMKne.l. I..vln I .J " .PP" ' riV X:- "' d ami ail .'ahos I" o.l.e. there... her. , V,: n o h e that we will meet f..r the purple alor e K'. "J, ... ..... rehideiiee of Ihe aalo W ll.n In ruM0 ., ... ,i,,Hnr a T.. IS' Is the lime llmlle.l hv h.,,l,e, VU.J.I- jfl Al. ; - "V om- w o.J llKIIAUIlSON.i la...cr.. " ' Tifcusi' to Sell. tel. the real estate ot h Is . ml r.l. wlch.ald ..:l c-ta ,,.,., , sr. Ute ol will. ".''"""V,,1 j.,t s.ld and ,s.ss.-se.l. w;.h.rtn--d liil.staie.il f al.l tiuardlan 'V d"t1.',i t.l.l real es t the in'er.Msof his ... ,1(.r.t. e and nut the pr.icce. - ""t .! May The (onrt there ,IX 'e ln WiuHWoek Mir. ha. notice of the sanhe t IH-n-tn. 'V.mi onh'r til"'' week, su.-.-.-- SSIv',n,".Tr WmlSniL a ".-..a,- ssrr ... v'rMniVs-ncVra - tore sni.H-.mrl and t.-l Atl. -l. coool. if II") l"l,MS- Ali.j.tiKA tK. Ketrister. A true copy of record, .j"';, ShAVtcn. Judtre. CI Vioiinleff Will. HTATK VERMONT I", Vr fr ,ld lll-trlcton thir lM ' ,,. pun-irtlnn An Ii.stmment with f Sarah A. tirow. , t 'i''",xVluViTrdw-- l""t ;,re- late of helealnsaidUslrlcUUei-(urj N wllle.1 t. the court " n,i,..e ecutor H-r. m namerl. tor Pn .nri.rn. It I. onlered hy tahi .lirt.tl.al an i , M "l therein l-notln..llo appear Court to held at t'ran?e o. led w r, M ... i. il. dav of Mav. A. 1. ''"-'";. u. ni. ir they may I.hvh -aln-l !.; J , ,,,, , ,, .,( the , eelvely In the ' ' I'fi.oe atipointt-d lor li.-arilitt. dolph.prevloul,loMldtlm'"iP AUff, Protuile of Will- STATK OF VKKMONT. I wh'lmx Trio Illslrlct of Randolph - J f ' , A,rll.A. 1- I", for said IM.lncl.on the''" ", . lBst .ill and An lnMrum.nl I r"'n;,tof Ran.lph. In K A 'b and '-T'-n'Tored""'" named, for prolsxte: and it ! r B, lBed to P tbat all persons eonreined Itictc office In near hefor s.td ourt. at , n of May Randolph aforeaald. " ' , t d a III. II they see next, and contest the pro'-le or,.red that .ut: for-..ichpurpo-l ;r1!; noshed three oov of !! record ot I hi. rn apii.ted week. .occe..ielv prlou. n a SD tws, for prolnr al W Kando'pS In thl , r,U.papr printed at W - K N J, H01..s. Judge. S13 Atteau " V ,....n.issionrT;rStireT Kstaie of N A C 1- hT Holl Theunder.lll"'b"P,r Kandolph Com- TTT ix v vr if ii K . Sei demamlsot all 1;,"', ls In said IMslrh-t Nancy Kenncr-m late of ffwt ,ir. 2ec"oW.ndallclainscxhiM f(ir thepar SSel.vrlve rh-c tloa we"j,uc. P. Olcklnson Ul pToVhk p. m. until 'ThV ?,h day of Apr d.v. and that .ix mn h mm , ,or id a r. in i creditors to present their naiu. U.. and allowance. ,,hrtT Apr. A. I. K.O. TRACY.. ROYAL KS'Si J Absolutely Pure. Tills powder never variea. A niatvel of purity, tlreiitrtii and 'idiolosoineiiess. More eciuiomlcal than the ordinary Kinds, and cMlinot ta aolil in eoii.iettli..n with the niiiltllude.il low lesl, short wel-hl, allium rr jiliospiiate icwders. Sold only In cam. lioVAL Uaki.su I'liwut.K Co.. 11 Wall St. N. Y. TO MERCHANTS, BUTCHERS, AND PRODUCE DEALERS. Carroll S. I'atre. lh Hyd Park, Vt., calf aUi.i nVnler. w-isltea lolLrt-illue with Home trtuf er or butcher in each village to collect for him the cjilf skins token oil in tluit vicinity. Mr. I'atre furhihhea money, without charire for intereat, to all who can Rive (ftaal )raraiity that the money will not be diverted or misap propriated. The Mioe A leather HeH.rter, N.Y., and Shoe ond leather Heview, ChicaKo, the lend inn trade papers of the I'. S. in the Hide, line; have sent their representative to mestt;ate Mr. l'aRe"s bnsineas and after a thorough ei nminatioa and conitriaou tluKeiairter pives thtH endorsement.: "We believeithat in entent of lii;ht weijrlit enw niateei.-t eoll.H'ti'd and carried Mr. I'tilfC holds the lead of any conietitor and that his present stia k is the lartreat held, by any House III lllia rouiiuj. - ' " "Afier a most thoroiiL'h investmation of Mr. I'atre's business as compared with others in tlie same line we liave liecome tuny satisnea tn.ii in ilia specialty, lii;ht weight st.s k. he is on ouest iotiably the lanrest dealer in this country. While in Bu'cri.rity of quality he is coiilnsavd Iv at the head." N'nd Mr. l'atre your address and axk for tonus to buyers namitipxhis pajn-r. The Randolph National Bank, West Randolph, Vt. Orirwnlerrt 1 J5. Aasets, almost SJOO.OOO A jjeneral baitkiiifC and exehuiiKe lmsi tiea done, and C'OI.I.KCTIONS promptly liiade. SKillT Dkahs on Kiioliuid, Ireland, and S. otlitnd, and I.ia iMis OF ( UKUn fiiniisliod. The deposit mid peneral huslneas of thi hank tire constantly and rapidly in crensiiif;. The location nt cucli a central point for buaiiiesB convenience, enables our customers in every direction to transact business w ith us by telegraph, telephone, mail or express, and get returns the aauie dav. ,. . , The accounts of business men solicited, to which prompt attention will be given. Is h:ivlnsr money on hand waiting a favorable chance for invest ment, we oiler a perfectly secure place for their money, tor w men cen menu s 01 deposits, payable on demand, w ill be is sued. Assistance w ill lie given in obtaining Sai-K INVKSTMKSTS lor our pairous. WM. II. IH'KOIS, President, JOHN W. KOWKI.L. Vice-l'resident, Ii. T. Ir0IS, Cashier. O. M. KICK. Klher and Nitrous Oxide (ia administered for pal" 'lees extraction. Artificial Teeth d on KiiliNer. Celluloid, or Hietal. All orallolis car. tn I.) iieriorm.-ii aim ssi.s ' " , . . Office opposite Hotel in Hatch s li!.H-k. . Is. a. t. II. L. BIX BY. PHOTOGRAPHER. K.s.rns at iM isea, , .. s.o., a. .. Q...k li.Hon. ' Tnisxlava. Ii Iirookileld. W edms.laa. GOOD FARM FOR SALE. Owing to ill health I offer my farm. 2 miles south of West Kandolph. Vt. on dir.vt r.std to lielhel. t iaitains aisnu i." re-... ...... farm and W cr.-s in an axljommi.' lot, w.asf and piwture. Water at honae aiid bam. U of friiit afld troisi snp orchard. Itiid iey. aud eiisv to carry on. (hssf liiiildinp. WM aell very cheap. Stock and tsl with firm it desiren. , --iloI,ws SA1!(iCT, r-.aaii rsBMTnR RALE. Small farm for sale in Koyalton. t., or mile from the depot cm the north side of the river Said farm consista of seven a-re of land nmler a hirh .taw of cultivation. Imod building house, newly repaired and iaintf. KunniuK water at hmu and barn. elUr1,n"; der t.arn. For particulars call on J - Alien. Chelsea, Vt. or.M. T. Skinner, Koyalton, t WANTED. j . ,.t pletuns. Mast be a man of mi4 balnta. , l ' l 1 t-.tm. wu.naa.aaa anil awn H hoatl- strictly rename, r- r ness abilitv. and aomea hat a.u.uainled with the care of a team The beet ,rf reference wdl be required with application. Af'.ftTns. xjso. i . r-nnlJi, White Kiver Junction, Vt. "FARM FOR SALE. Sllualed on Ihe "'n r a.1 " f r Hr.xixeld to NorU.nV'd. one-half mile from Ka-t Roxlsarv. po-t- SSTlan-. in hhrh sute ot culll.altoa. "C VUaa Never failiiur water at h.i eaod harn. Trmn. f"i'-h- -ar orchard. Kn.adatry farm, xi ill i ll wiihor "lllswt U sus a. t.'. eie. and Jirr ahlc h!.rlo to a.ti.e psi-rmin .bo waaia a Hurt will atal-e njnev. Trej. Printed Kvery tVrdnci.ar Evrnlng at WKfST IIAMMILPU, VT. TWO EDITIONS. TIC II MS: x1 f- A YK.4H for tlie Font lAiK JI.UII wlltlon; a.1 ( rnta Iras in W Imi-or r Oranire counlh. IMtlsa.'Id. llaliock and Granville VBr"l'his edition trives ouly Ihe lo.l new.. C; 1 t r A TK II for the KK.IIT PAK J 1 .Mr edition: J"S (ruts leas in Windsor orllrniiiceeotiiitlcs, l'ilt.ti. Id. lianc.H'li and t.ranvllle IV'1'liiB la the rctiular paer aud itlvea all Die uew. Mirror At Fanner and elirhl paw edition t l.WO a year In Vernioitt: elsewhere $!,&. Herald and Bunion Journal, $1.4.r Herald and New York Tribune, 1.45 Herald and Mirror Farmer, 1.55 Herald and New York World, VHO These offers are only good in Vermont and are liable to be withdrawn any day. ADVERTISING RATES. One column, one year, - $100.00 One half column one year, ... - 00.00 One quarter column, one year. - - 8b.ft (Hie inch, one year, - - t Advertisementt. for a ihorter time V per cent utore titan the proportionate rate. eif Npecial posliioD X per wait extra. V" Probate notice W.00. Lejcal notice lc a line, IPNo d I -count on above rated. Hand lu copy by Mondav. EDITORIAL NOTES. Forty thousand thieves were expect ed in N. Y. during centennial. What a fine thing it would lie to surround tlie city and capture this crowd and sink it in tlie middle of the Atlantic. Honest men would breathe easier until a new generation of thieves had hud time to grow tip. President Harrison intends to do his work on system. Monday lie assigtis to business connected with the navy de piirtment ; Tuesday, post-otlice ; Wed nesday, treasury ; Thursday, interior Friday, state ; Saturday, war. This will give some relief from oiliee-seek-ers. There is nothing like running bus iness on system. As incidental Uy the Washington cen tennial is a terrible railway disaster on the (.rand Trunk road near Hamilton. Ontario. The train in question was a special conveying passengers to New York city to tuke part in the cel- bratiou on Tuesday and Wednesday. The ex tent of the disaster lias not, at this writing been fully learned. This is a bud fly in the ointment. We hope it may not prove as disastrous as first ru mors indicate. It is growing hot for boodlersand all tliat sort of stutf in Canada. There is a prospect that leave ol absence will be granted to those who are there and the doors shut against the arrival of any who would like to sojourn in a cooler climate. Our frieuds must look to Mexico as a refuge from the vain im portunities of creditors. Jlut probably Mexico will soon be tired of them and shut down. We are looking for the time when men of this stamp w ill tiud no rest lor the soles of their feet. The New York Central railroad is about to try the experiment of cutting down it Sunday business. All Sun day uiglit freights w ill be discontinued except such as necessity requires. Oth er prominent roads are alauit to adopt the same policy. While, this may be regarded as a move in the interest of g.wd morals this is not its leading pur pose. The object really is to lighten the burdens of employees. Natural and moral lawg when rightly utidersttKid will be found to be in substantial agree ment. The experiment w ill be watch ed with some interest, and by none with more interest than the lovers and promoters of good order and Sunday observance. The school supervisors that are to be are receiving great amount of gratu itous information these days upon their duties. If in doubt they can turn to the files of current newspapers and ob tain light. Almost everybody ho ev er had anything to do with schools has word to offer. The county boards meet on Tuesday next to choose super visors. The Free Press gives a list of the candidates for the office in the vari ous counties, rrol. George Beard of this town and and II. W. Bailey of Newbury are mentioned as candidates in this county. Ia Windsor county Hon. Justus Uartt, M. K. Goddard and W. H. Sanderson are named. Among so much good material it will not bt easy in all cases to select just the right man. But this is the very thing that the boards should seek to do. A young man recently drowned him self in a reservoir in New York central park because he was too poor to dress as well as he wanted to. lie sent in vitations to certain of his friends to at tend his funeral. It is to be hoped that his example will not be contagious, if all who feel in the same way should step out by the same process it would be necessary to go to building reservoirs instead of crematories. This young man was the son of a stable-keeper and was buried at his father's expense. We hope he has gone where they will be surprised to see men of his peculiar stamp. Tlie lending article in tlie Forum for May are "The Republican party and the Negro" by E. L. Godkiu, in which the writer thinks that the South must solve the problem of negro suf frage for itself, which it is rapidly do ing ; "Tlie Saloon as a Political Pow er, by Ernest Crosby, a member of the New York legislature, in which he in troduces to the light a grca amount of political corruption and considers rem edies ; "Perils of Democracy" by a French writer, Prof. Eniile de Lave! eye. There are literary and scientific articles, which with those already nam ed make up an excellent number. The romance is fast dropping out of the Oklahoma affair. The time of ca lamity is fast coming upon the settlers Provision is scarce, water is dry, pro hibition without any constitution is in force, storms prevail, there are no houses and they rise slow, there is no government and the people seem to be in a high state of unsettledness. One good thing about the matter is that no whisky :n be obtained so that drunk enness cant be added to other troubles. It is reported thut a case of small pox has broken out which causes some fear in the camps. There will probably be an opportunity to get all the land one wants inside of five years. OUR FORESTS. The season of the year has arrived when tlie talk about setting out trees is revived. We have a word to say in regard to planting trees. It is gener ally assumed that tlie practice is an un mixed good, and that it has become a necessity. Tlie fact is, what is true of one section of the country is not true of all sections. In portions of the West timber is exceedingly scarce, and in those portions tree-planting has been practiced for years. Wide prairies are now covered with forests. Other sec tions do not specially need tree-planting. Il is thought that in Vermont the for ests grow as fast as they are cut down. In Massachusetts the people had their sprout lands long before the modern craze of free-planting came in. We be lieve that the practice of setting out trees is a good one, and yet we do not believe this should be done indiscrim inately. We use an immense amount of wood and lumber in these days. In this state the locomotives on the rail roads bum up a great deal of wood. It takes a great deal of wood to renew the ties on the tracks, to repair the bridges, etc. w e are sending large quantities out of the State to work into various articles for a thousand uses Spruce and hemlock are shipped into other Suites for building purposes. It is doubtful whether in the long run na ture can meet the drain that is made upon her without the assistance of man. There are large tracts of land that are worth little else than for wood. These tracts might be enclosed to keep out the cattle and sheep that browse upon the tender sprouts. Care might be taken to preserve from forest fires. In this way nature can be assisted by help ing her do her own work in the repro ductive process. Nature can be helped still farther in this process by thinning out. Let all irregular and deformed growths be cut out. In those places where the trees stand too thick let sonie be cut out. There are thousands of acres of land in Vermont lhat could more profitably than otherw ise be kept in forest by little painstaking on the part of the owners. This is the easiest way to set out forests. Trees, as 'a rule, will do much better to get their growth where they spring from the soil than when transplanted. This prac tice has been adopted in some places and we have some handsome young for ests. There are other young forests that might be trimmed into shape aud made of great profit to future owners. But there are forests cut away not on ly for the wood and timber but for the purpose of bringing tlie land into culti vation. In cases of this kind some oth er laud should be substituted where the act of transplanting will be necessary. This is the Western method. In some places this operates well. It might do so more generally if greater cure was taken. This is our idea of the method of renewing our forests. It nature huve a chance to do as much of the work as possible, and tickle her a little in the ribs w here she needs it. What we object to is the indiscriminate plant ing of trees. The filling up of public squares, parks, the grounds about pri vate residences, thi setting out of trees along highways, may all be overdone. A few trees in such places may do very well, if after the trees had attained a moderate size their growth could be checked, it might be well, but too much shade is unhealthy. There is no ques tion but that shade trees have brought consumption into many a home. Some have seen this and cut the trees out of their yards. In parks and squares the litter of trees is a positive nuisunce. The leaves begin to scatter early and they continue until late. In small villages there is usually no one to take care of all this litter. These parks and pub lic squares are generally play grounds for children. Too many trees keep the ground damp and expose to sickness.. In the mania for tree-planting too ma ny are crowded into these places. An other place for setting trees is along the highways. There seems to be an idea that this cannot be overdone. There are strips of road where trees are pleas ant, but the roads should be wide so that tlie boughs may not interlock above the road-bed, and the trees should be far apart, so that sun and shade- may alternate. Perhaps no material injury is done in setting out trees against pas ture lauds, but against good tillage lands injury is apt to be done. The shade of trees is not good for growing crops. The roots of trees tuke tlie strength of the soil. We should prefer not to have any trees along highways leaibng through our meadows. They cause greater injury than they bring pleasure to those who ride in the shade of them. Besides, if set in narrow places they keep the road-bed moist and in many places they are a positive in jury. Let us have trees set out in a buudauce, but let plats of ground be se lected for the purpose, such as are of ' little or no viilne tor nnyother purpose, in planting trees elsew here let there be r due regard for health considered. Iu the vicinity of school buildings two or three trees are better than a dozen. In -egard to country churches the same observation may Vie made. We need an abundance of. sunlight around our homes anil places where we most do congregate. - PEOPLE PAY HEAVY BILLS For medical attendance and medicine. Sick ness is exiwnsive and those with small incomes feel litis burden keenly. The physician must sometimes be called but he is not needed one tenth as often as many think. What isre.piir ed is a family miilicine, one that will relieve and cure those ailments that are liable to come at any season and to attack both sexes and all Hu'es. Amid the host of articles that are offer ed to the public for this purpose nearly all are nseless or worse than useless. It is no vain Ixatst to say that the medicine herein mention ed in of a very different character. What it has done is known to multitude, of persons w horn it has cured of weary and painful dis ease. It lias saved time and money and many dear and precious lives. Now please under stand that as the life is in the bl.std so disease and death are in the blood, (iet the poison out of the blood and life and health at once returns to ever part of the txsly. Ir. Krown s Sarsa parilla does this work qnickly and surely through its direct and positive action npon the stomach, bowels, kidneys. Uver awl skin. For all waste and oornipt elements must be cast off by means of these channels. Kheirmatisat, acrofnla, bronchitis, rout- consnmption. mala ria, catarrh, hay fever, all skin affections and emotions are diseases of the blood. Mr. teeo. H. AVish of the firm of Thaxter & Wish, liainror. Me. was afflicted with a scrofn lon humor which caused troublesome sores npon both his Hrs. Many remedies were used arid several physicians consulted without result. After taking i)row"s ssraapariHa a short time he -was better and soon the eruption disappear ed and be is now ail ri;ht. This is only one of a thousand victories gained by ftrown's Saraa parilla. N.rt Pennine nnless made by Ara Warren A Co., Ilatgor, Me.