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ERA D VOL.XVH.: WEST HAXDOLril. VT.. NOV. 7, 1889. ADVERTISING RATES. One column, one year, -One hal column one year, ' One quarter column, one year, One Inch, one year, -fr-Ailvertlsenieiit for a shorter time $1(0.(10 60.00 80.00 e.oo Iht cent more man ine iii. tvfipeclal position 3J per cent extra, arprobul notice W.00. Legal notices 10c a line, rv-No discount on alwve rale. Hand In copy by Monday. ' fiigTfiolpii National Bank, West Randolph, Vt. l ft Til. Assets, almost iHOO.OOO Ulg.iii.' - - - - t A General blinking nJ exchange business done and I tlLi-ti l iu.p promptly Siijrht draft on England, Ireland and Scot land and Letter, of Credit furnished. The deposits and general business of tint bank are constantly uud rapidly increasing, 'n,. h-.tttion at such a contral point for busi ness convenience enables our customer, in every direction to transact business with us by telegraph, telephone, mail or express, and got returns the same day. ...... Tli. luKwuntg of busmen men solicited; to which prompt attention will be given. To individuals having money on hand wait ing a favorable chance for investment, we of ler a p?riecuv secure piw.. ... . for which certificate of deiosits, payable on demand win De isiuou. ... c r Assistance will be given in obtaining Nife Investments tor our nun, W.M. H. PUliOlS. President, JOHN W. KOW'ELL, Vice-President. H. T. DUBOIS, Cashier FARM FOR SALE. SHuuted on the main road from Broooktleld to NortlitlPl.l. one-half mile from Kast ItoalKiry, pot iltlce, schools and nieetuum. Contains lilt fi-rt ,,..iii..i. In hluh stale ol cultivation. Hulliitnm IntrlaMi. Never falling waler at home and liaru .. ' . i. ...... .. Uii. uu il-.ti-V TmI-1.1 l.Minjl rrun.oei.1 suKr ,.m .... ............ j . Will -!! with or without the stock. Unilt, elc. and liv a itlir oargam ui some juims - ailey & Ci'rier Stoves, Tinware, Stovepipe, 5c Goods, 10c Goods. Call and see. Repairing done. BAILEY & CURRIEPsRandolpli KIRK IXNt'KAXCK The Jew England of II at I and. Vt. HOME 8TGGX COMPANY, SAFE, LIBERAL, SATISFACTORY. NO ASSESSMENTS. Hon. L. W. Kedington, President; Dr. John A. Mead, Vice Pres.; Henry O. Edson, Treas.j J. K. lloadloy, Sec; Leou Bagiey, General Agent. DIKECTOItS. Hon. Joel C. Baker, Dr. J. B. Band, Hon. Thi. C. Kobhins, Fred M. Butler, lion. Cvrus Jennings, Albert II. 1'uttle, Col. John A. Sheldon, Geo. H. Verder, Dr. Chan. A. dale. M. Quinn, J. P. CLEVELAND, JB., Agent, West Randolph, Vt. TEACHER'S EXAMINATION. Subject to Act !. chapter .'!. sections -Mi and 47 of the statute of Vermont, a public exam ination of applicant for teachers' certificates will be held at. Woodstock commencing Tues day. Not. m. li9, at M A. M. .1. 11. DUNBAB, Supervisor of schools for Windsor county, No. llartland, Vt. Oct. ;i, lswt. MCDOUCALL'S THE BEST. Hoof Ointment, Black Ointment, Strong Liniment Bog Spavin Cure, All-healing Ointment. For sale by Fargo at liandolph and Jloody at Bethel. IiiriT T sell mv farm on Central Street, V 1 IJLJ nar AVer's Itrook brldfte con-Uinlns- alwit acres of to.! land, sullahlv divided Int.. nature "d llllaae. cut shout IS ions nice hay, mr rmall fruit, food water at house anil barns. The H..uw is two stories with U contains 10 tame, rooms Urn. aiitldlnirs all In nrsl class reilr. Any one de nrliif aood larni mar one of the hest scluwls Id u eltsrclies. store, elc cannot do Letter than to come awl u,is ruce. KK Hoht. W.Kudulpb, Vt, Dae. 6th, 188. . r. Offer to both sexes at moderate cost thor ough ircit ruction in Business. Phonographic and English branches. Extraordinary home iadoraenient. Convenient rooms. Revised method, lie-opens Sept. !th. Circular free. h- " KVANi' IKIX- BOOKS ALMOST GIVEN AWAY. Ilaving resumed the publication of our paper, which is nearly the size of the Her ald, we have decided to offer some rare In ducements for a short time, to those sub scribing. We have over 40 different kinds of large found book, (rood print and paper, with covers stamped In pilt and black. We have the poems works by Dickens, Scott, and many other prominent authors. We will give auT one of these BOUND BOOKS and a Tears subscription to GUCK'S MONTHLY rOR ONLY 05 CENTS. B"Ca:i and see books. W. S. S. BUCK. Mi POWDER Absolutely Pure. ThU rwiwilfr nfVtr vnrli. A mai vel of BtirtlT. itrenirlh and ''li.)lt-8mn-fn-b. Mor f I'tuminle, limn the onlluai-y knit If, ft ml cannot l m.M In coiiiH'iltt"i with tliv inuttiiutle of low fhort wt-ilit, aluiiin or nlitrspliate miwiicm. NM only In c;tuk. KuYAL Baking I'owdkh Co.. H Wall M. N. Y. Business Cards On third puge lasldo. Wanted a Small Farm. Wantkd, A Bninll farm of about 75 acres of good land, wen locawa.witn gtMia Dtiiiu ings. Address, E. li. 1-OKtiKsT, Kundolph, ermont. FOR SALE OR TO RENT. One of the bfht fiirms in town, 225 ihtl'8, witliin a quarter of a mile of Randolph CenttT vilhif, only 3 1-2 nult'g irom t!u- jailroiid. A. A. Atwook, W. Ritmlolph, tfb HMATINE CURES RHEUMATISM. A PAYING FARM FOR SALE OH TO RENT. As I have decided to change my bimineas I offer my farm for aide, or will rent the game to the right man. Said farm is situated 2 mile south of Barnard Center, and wji formerly hiioan aa the ( apt. Alvin Wood farm. Siiiil farm contaiiiN 'J70 acres, more or lee, is well adapted to all kinds of croa and is not one of the run down, neglected ordtserted fai-ms that you read alnnit, but is at the present time in a good state of cultivation and is called one of the best, in towu. Cut this season .Vi tons of best quality Iihv, by actual measurement. The house was built nine yeurs ago, is well painted but not all (hushed. No. 1 barn, fci x.'i'Jft, with basement and stable. No. '2 barn, 2iix:iii, with basement, lioth barns are in trood rei;iir and filll to their utmost the present season. Farm has an abundance of marKetable wood with a large quantity of sawing timlier. Pastures as good as the lest. Sugar orchard of TOO trees. new sugar house with eaionitor, Is! tin tuhs. nearly new, ami everything in first chu shape for business. Sugar crop yields about 2ui pounds on an average, nearly suliicit ut to pay rent. IVn-wds of said farm from Jan. 1, to Nov. 1, 'sit were .l!C"2.!i, aa 1 have figures to show, to say nothing of the raw material necessary for a family averaging five persons, the same indicating that the farm is fuOveqiial to w bat is claimed for it. To a gid. honest, industrious man I offer a louanza. No other need applv. Possession given March next or before it desired. I offer for sale mv 3 rear old gelding Kent colt. Niid colt is large rangy and good color, with the best of limbs and feet, has got plenty of speed and good judges say that with more age and good handlini: he will prove himself a first-class trotter. Please bear in mind that the Kent earned off a large share of the pri zes ottered at the late Windsor Comity Eair, fully demonstrating that the get of the horse Kent are soon to be recognized as among the best in the country. Also offer two weanling fillies, one by Kent and the other by the above named colt, for further iart.iculars call on or address the subscriber at Jlarnard. This no tice will appear one month only. JlfcUUt.lt 1 A. VUMjij, liarnard Vt, " so " S o m i i e! o "l a - a . es rr s j o 9 5 "Z 0. SaCtS & s- r1- r 1 it c at T. a '. pq JO e v CJD 5 CO pq m . JT3 IS . c o m T" jz ? a. is" m O e -. r ' 1 x it - BHB j, - I 0m X SSb S x . 2 i EDITORIAL XOTES. The President lias issued his procla mation admitting the new States of North Dakota and South Dakota. Thin is the first instance in which twin states have la?en admitted. As l'resident Harrison was the first to lalor in Con gress for the bringing of Dakota into statehood it seems appropriate that he should welcome them to the sisterhood of States. Where are Washington and Montana? NEW TYPE. The IIkrai.d appears this week in a new dress, the old one was in very good condition but we are determined that our patrons shall have the best and so have put on this new and hand some face. We have had special ref erence to ease of reading in selecting this type and while there are many faces that are much more handsome, none are easier to read than this. CLUB RATES. Vfe are pleased to be able to an nounce that we have arranged for very favorable club rates with the ,I!oston Journal, New York Tribune and Mir ror and Farmer. We will send 'the eight page Hkkai.h and your choice of any one of these papers, any where in Vermont for $1. AO; the 1Ikkai.i and any two for $2.00, or the Hkhai.d and all three for 82..10. Outside the State. $2.10 for the IIkuai d and any one of these papers. Vermonterg have been losing in the recent bank and loan company failures in Kansas. There are plenty who w ill say, "served them right ; might have investvd their money at home." Hut we venture to think that the percentage of loss on Western investments is not larger than on investments made in Vt., and here vou are almost certain of a smaller rate, of interest. As a rule the value of securities in the West have lieen increasing, here they have been shrinking. This accounts for our neg lected farms. Every week we hear of uses where farms have fallen into the hands of the mortgagees at prices high- r than they cau be sold for. Men will invest money where the outlook is most favorable at the time the investment is made, and take their chances. People are dishonest, and lazy and unfortunate and bad managers, and these are just the kind who want to borrow money. They rather borrow and not piiy than to steal. There is no law to prevent the former course, and but little law to make a man pay when he says he wont. So that loaning money is like investing in a lottery with this difference, you do not draw out more than you put in. A correspondent of the Argus in speaking of the efforts to bring Swedes j into ermont intimates that Commis sioner Valentine as well as the publish er of this paper are disposed to favor the Swedes as against the natives of the State. So far as Mr. Valentine is concerned, if we mistake not, he dis tinctly disavows this. So far as this paper is concerned, we are not aware that one word has been said to give the least color to such an intimation. AVe favor the coming of the Swedes for the simple reason that the natives of the State do not avail themselves of the privileges offered. They prefer to take their chances in the West. Besides, neither the Commissioner nor any one else, except the owners of the lands, have anything to do in fixing the price of lands. And we have yet to learn that any owner of these lands is not as willing to sell to a Vernionter as to a Swede upon like conditions. We place Vermonters and Swedes and honest,up right, industrious men of any color or nationality upon the same level with re gard to invitations sent out to come and buy farms in Vermont. We desire to have our voung men remain with us and occupy these neglected farms and va cant houses, but if they will not then we want other people of the best classes that can be found, to come and occupy. Can any fault be found with this position? The death of Bradley Harlow is an nounced at Denver, Col. He was a large figure in Vermont politics a few years ago, and also in railroad circles. He undertook too much in his financial transactions and finally went into bank ruptcy, his liabilities amounting to more than three quarters of a million dollars. His downfall involved the ruin of the Vermont National Hank and the St. Albans Trust Company. Iiarlow was extensively connected with the "Star" route business. Since his failure he has resided with a son-in-law in Den- The sprouts of European nobility have caught on to a trick that is worth two that any English syndicate can put up, and that is to marry the daughters of our millionaires. The latest move in this direction is the marriage of the adopted daughter of C. P. Huntington, the San Francisco millionaire, now of New York, to IVince Francis Hatzfeldt in Ixmdon. The old man heard of the scheme some little time ago and report suid he hurried over to break it up. Hut when it republican born and bred girl sniffs it title in the air, you cannot I break up the pursuit any more than you can choke off' an impecunious prince who is about to grasp a fortune. The bridegroom is said to be dissipated as well as poor. lie is coming to New York to live, and the Castle (Jardeu au thorities will probably allow him to land as he has secured visible means of support. There is a good deal of gen uine flunkeyism in this world. DUNRAVEN RANCH. A story of American frontier life by Capt. Chas. King, U. S. A., author of the "Colonel's Daughter," "From 10 Ranks," "The Deserter," etc. Copyrighted ISMHbyJ. H. Lippineott Company, Philadelphia, and published by special arrangement through the American Press Association. This is our latest and best serial story. It will run irom 10 to 14 weeks. We have read it and know all will like it. Interesting but not sensa tional, bright, not dull. We shall is sue a supplement each week till the story is concluded, thus making the 1 U i! a i n 10 pages a w eek. We do this because very many of our subscrib ers want us to publish a good serial story and because we wish to give our readers the full amount of reading through the Holidays. OCU OFFKR. We will send the 8 page IIf.rai.h till the story is finished and the Mir ror and Farmer till Jan. 18'J0, all for only 2j cents in Vermont. Tay your postmaster, hand him the names of 5 trial subscribers and we w ill send you both papers free for the alsive named time. L. P. Thayer, Pub. Ten cents will pay for the 8-page pa per and supplement till Jan. 1st. Or 15 cents till the story is finished. Pay your P. M. 1Tindor Cmwtr Institute. A County Institute w ill be held at White River Junction next week Thurs day, Friday and Saturday. Supt Palmer will preside. Among those to take part are Supervisor lay lor ami Goodhue, Prin. Conant and the Prin cipals of the High Schools m this end of the county. Free entertainment w ill be provided and it is expected that the railroads will give return checks. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. The special announcement which appeared in our columns some time since, announcinc a special arrange ment with Dr. A. J. Kendall Co., of Enosburgh Falls, Vt., publishers of "A Treatise on the Horse and his dis eases," w hereby our subscribers were enabled to obtain a copy of that valua ble work free by sending their address (and enclosing a two-cent 6tamp for mailing same) is renewed for a limited period. We trust all will avail them selves of the opportunity of obtaining this valuable work. To every lover of the horse it is indispensable, as it treats in a simple manner all the dis eases which afflict this noble ani mal. Its phenomenal sale throughout the I'nited States and Canada, make it standard authority. Mention tins paper w hen sending for "Treatise." J Vermont News. William A. Dcnsmore of Lyudon ville has filed his petition in insolven cy. Among patents just granted was one to P. St. Johns of Milton for a propel lor wheel. Rev. C. F. Mclntire of North An son, Me., has been called to a pastor ate at Springfield. Habcock Brothers of Hridgewater are building a new store in place of the one recently burned. The Cniversalist Society at Glover will have Rev. r . Millar one-linll ol the time for one year A large amount of building and re pairing has been and is still gomg on 111 and about Barton Landing. The iron for the penstocks for the nail works and L. C. Cotey's new fac tory at ergcimes, has arrived. Drake & Smith, box manufacturers of Bristol are reviving large orders and have recently employed more hel Rev. Henry P. Lamprey, recently of Waterford has accepted a call to the Congregational church at Ossipeu, N. II. The prospects in northern Vermont and New Hampshire were never better tor a larjre lumbering business than at the present time A new dam has been built ut the reservoir, so that the .Soldiers' Home fountain is the highest in the world, throwing a stream IDG IV. high. The Brif.tt)lManufacturiug Co. of P.ristol has just issued a large illustra ted catalogue, giving styles and de signs of caskets, colling and trimmings. Geo. Salsiurin, aged 21, a work man on the new Congregational church at Newport, fell 80 feet from the spire Friday morning and was fatally injur ed. A barn on the Watson place in 1 1 ighgate belonging to John Manua han was destroyed by fire wilh its con tents, consisting of hay and grain, 011 the 2,"th. An asbestos manufactory is to be started in West Derby, near Newport, and will, as soon ns under operation employ ii Hands. 1 ue ore is quar ried in C anada. A Imiv named Diuniis was fool in with a buzz saw at the mill of the Bar ney Marble company 111 Swanton, on I uesdiiv, ami had two linm-rs "buzz ed" oil' before he knew it. The horse breeders of Warren or ganized an association on Saturday with the following named officers President, F. H. Morse ; secretary, O D.Greene; treasurer, N.N. Robin son. The burial "round of the ancient Dyre family at Newjiort was discover ed by workmen digging on the Ma land estate a few days ago. The date on the tombstones ranged from 1708 to 1 707- The store of E. M. Whitney of So Lincoln was broken into on the 2.'frd Only a few articles were taken awav The same night O. S. Butterh'eld' grist mill was entered. Sunday night the shop of A. F. Guve w as broken in to and aliout ?20 worth of articles were taken. Elkins & Co. of North Troy reeeiv ed an order last week from a gentle man in Chicago, for some genuine Vt salt pork. The order came from a former resident of this state and shows that this Vermont product is regarded by him at least, better than that of the porcine city. The spool factory of Frary Bros., at Waterbury, makes 2400 gross of 10 yard twist spools per week, besides other size spools, checkers, cigar pegs, and curtain steps. 1 hey now employ 10 hands, and will soon increase to 15 ; besides adding more lathes and another spool printer, a new 60-horse power safety boiler has just been put in. A dairy association for the manu facture of cheese has been organized at Andover and the following named offi cers elected : President, Samuel Far- rar ; vice-president, Abner Felt ; sec retary, II. E. Walker ; treasurer, II. J. Parker J directors, IL J. Parker and AVilliam Rowcll ; auditors, A. Felt, B. G. Thompson and A. Rowell. At a meeting of the Board of Under writers for Windsor county held at White River Junction recently, it was agreed to reduce the rate of insurance on dwelling houses in Windsor from 1 per cent, for fiva vears to three-quar ters of 1 per cent, for the same time, because of the increased protection a- painst nre mat town now possesses in its excellent system of water-works. Josephus W. Northrop has been ap pointed postmaster at East Fairfield, and D. R. Chapman at North Enos burgh. The team of horses stolen from Liv eryman Ray at Btattleboro a short time ago, was recovered at Ware, Mass. The thief escaped. L. A. Dryden of Springfield, Mass. has iKiught the E. P. Chandler place, 1 1 1 . . . siuij) ami maciunery in 1 eru and in tends to carry on the business. The frame work is up for the stone sheil at Northiicld, mostly boarded and partly s bingled. It is being built on a curve, 1(10 feet long inside and 124 A. outside. The November issue of the Ver mont Monthly will contain a compre hensive "write up" of the towu of Chester and a' special edition for that town will be published. At the business meeting of the New England Society of Dentists at Spring field, Mass., Dr. G. F. Cheney of Lyndonville was elected a member of the executive committee. The employees in the square de partment of the Eiiglc Square Co. at Shaftsbury are idle for a few days, some repairs being necessary. Some other departments are working hard to fill orders. The Vermont State University at Hurlingtou has reirived a bequest of ? 1000 irom the late Charles W. Rich to found a scholiirship for students from Swanton or from other towns if none come from there. The citizen's of Wilmington met in their town hall on Monday evening to talk over the advantages of having a "board of trade" organized. It was the unanimous vote of the meeting that, a board of trade be organized. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Lyndon National Bunk held on Oct. 2'J to consider the subject of re ducing the stock from $106,000 to S.jO.OOO, it was voted to so reduce iu There were 747 shares represented. There are five mills in Stowe that turn out ;00 car-loads of lumber per year. J lie lumber trom these mills all goes to Morrisville .More lumber is cut from seven mills and -more goes to W atcrnurv to be carred. A railroad is needed to increase the cut. The brick hotel at Stowe is under going repairs. New verandas are be ing built, and it is to be repainted and refurnished. Mr. Dike, the proprie tor, had a full house all summer and if his business continues good it is proba ble that an addition will be needed on the house next season. The new factory of the United States Screen Co. at West Randolph is now completed. There are 20,000 ft. of flooring. Tub fasteners, buckles, sleds and window screens will be man ufactured. A. W. Tewksbury & Son now employ (!0 men at their sash and blind factory, and are a mouth behind on ordnrs. Work has been begun on the im provements at the Caledonia County Fair (i round. The track is to be rais ed four feet on the east side, that in front of the judges' stand remaining as at present, and the grand stand will lie raised six feet, limn eimbling iis oc cupants to have an unobstructed view of the entire track. Oval dining tables are essentially a thing of the past. They are uo longer in correct form at luncheons or parties. There is on exhibition this week at Paine's Furniture Warerooms, 48 Ca nal street, Boston, a new line of beau tiful dining tables at reduced prices.. People w hen in Boston w ill find the famous old Revere House a comforta ble and home-like hotel, where they can enjoy first class fare and pleasant rooms at moderate prices. The Rtven is near all the Northern and Eastern depots, and guests like its rooms, its table, its many conveniences and its in dependence. It has always been cele brated for its cuisine, and its new de- parturcof a fine orchestral concert every evening, conducted by Mr. Wal ter W. Swornsbounie of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, has made it more than ever a favorite. DISGUSTING PRrGSRln-m. f. torpid liver, castor oil for comtinaHm, l d ingesting drags for piles, dysrwosia and sick headache are being- surely banished from nse by the sweet, fruit-like ILunhuro- lf, o-t cents. Dose, one Kip. Mack Drag Co., N Y. ror aaue oj r. r. cvans s v., . Kandolph. PALPIT ATIOX OF THE II E A RT P sons who suffer from occasional palpitation of the heart are often unaware that they are the victims of heart disease, and are liable to die without warning. They should banish this -larmingynipton. and cure the diwa.se by us ing Irr. Flint's liemedy. Mack JtukCo.. X. -V. For sale by . E. Evans 4 (.',, West Randolph, Vt