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JL. IUUIV UHl'i Zdilurand Proprietor. TERMS, $1.00 PER AMNUM. Knlmd a Ik Bt , frmonl, I'oM- Ofct, m$ ttcond-eUu mtatUr. UIDi riKK. I.,DtC.l,lM. MESSENGER t We will send the St. Al bans Messenger (weekly) .and the Lamoille News to anyaddress oneyearfor $2.40. As this is a very low rate, cash must accompany each order. HOUSEHOLD ! We have arranged with the muhlisher of that excellent monthly journal, The House hold, so that we can club it with the News. Both papers will be sent to any address one jearfor gl.75, cash in advance. Tho Grand Jury- 'Tho rapidity with which our Grand Jurors discharged their duties tit their last session does not iudicato sloth or tardiness on their part, and the very short timo within which they then closed their official business is certain ly worthy of notice, as it made a great savins: to the State of Vermont We don't say that we think the oath of a Grand Juror requires nought but haste in tho exercise of his duties, nor thnt he should bo so careful of his business reputation and the interest of the State as to treat with careless in difference laws that have cost many thousand dollars to enact. Nor do we say that a Grand Juror to whom community and the unfortunate have a .right to look for special protection and relief, should not act well his part to sustaiu the laws for tho reason that some other judicial tribunal or prose cuting attorney is liablo to disregard their oaths and duties. But we do in sist that Grand Jurymen aro quite often too careless about the disposi tion of their time during their official sessions ; and to show tho contrast be tween the xpcnse of Grand Jurors, this and the .five last preceding years, we call attention to the following figures . In 1875 the number of days attend ance of tho Grand Jury was 15; in 1876, 1ft; In 1877.42 ;,iu 1878, 19; in 1879 12 ; and iu 1880, 4 days ; the most of which servie was worse than lust, and tho termination of most of the State prosecutions, if not by some mysterious process lost sight of entire ly, tended to encourage wrong deers, and the guilty to continue their wicked practices. Thcreforo Grand Jurors should be very carcful,after making dil igent inquiries, to not go much further than to present things truly as they come to their knowledge, to tho best of their understanding, according to the laws of this State. Vkhm nt State Grasoe. The ninth annual mating of the slate Er"Se was held at Brattleboroon Wednesday and Thursday of last week with about 200 members from various parts of the state." Worthy Master Franklin pre sented his annual address, which was followed by that of the lecturer. Af ter appointing the usual committees and bearing the reports of the secre tary hikI treasurer, the order re-elected Col. Franklin of Xewfane, master; C. C. Whitney of East Bethel, overseer ; C. T. Jossclvn, of North Bridge- water, lecturer ; E. E. Andrews, stew ard; W. L. Bark, assistant steward ; C. J. Bell, treasurer; J. K. Tobey, secretary ; II. A. Adams, gate-keeper ; Sifter A. B. Franklin, ceres ; Sister C. Z. Josselyn, pomona; Sister C. C. Whitnev. flora. J. B. laft extended an invitation from the superintendent of the insane asylum to members of the order, to visit that institution, wuicu was accepted. It was also voteii to invite J. J. Woodman of Michigan, master of the national grange, to visit the Vermont grange sometime this season. Brother Gold presented the claims of tho Patrons aid society upon the order. Report from Pomona trrnwri's were then called for, and were given as follows : Brother Brew ster for Quechee valley, G. W. Whit ney for Chittenden county, E. E, Andrews for central Vermont, S. W, llousrhton for Windham county, E, II. Stone for Caledonia county, A. D. L. Herrick for Allen district, and C C Whitney for White Kiver Valley The Husbandman Ore insurance com pany was reported in a prosperous condition, as well as the Alleu district fire relief association. The session ftnnelndcd with reports from other committees and a general discussion on the work of the order. The grange conferred the fifth degree on n edues day evening. STATE ITEMS. All the justices in North Troy refuse to qualify, and Ui town is wuu- out any. Truman Dix or Wlnttenuam, was kiiieu we oiucr t j from a lumber wagon and iu wheels passing over him. At Woodstock. W. a. I osiers bcautiM chestnut mare became fiight in the woods and run into a fallen tree and had to be killed on the spot. Hugh P. Howe, of Woodstock, voted for 18 presidents. He is in his 90th year. ."Northern Pacific" boys, sent we carcass of a fine fat deer to Mr. Bil lings. The old proverb again illustra ted, about turkies coming home, &o. Martin Pratt, of Feltchville, skin- .1 . ipr. and took cold, and died of pneumonia. Wilkin Bros., or Soutn Keauing, have made over 700 barrels of cider. T. H. SatTord, formerly of Roy altbn, (lied Nov. 7th, in Mass. He was father of Henry Satford, the no ted astronomer, now professor in w II liatns college. A recently deceased Burlington citizen left $300,000 in government bonds T.vndon is wide awake over a temperance raid under the auspices of tho Good Templars i.onge The working hours iu the shops of the Central Vermont have not been cut down this winter, tne iirsi for several years. Barre will be raised to a prcsidcn- The Next Congress. Hon. Ed ward MoPherson savs : "the Republi cans are perfectly sure of controlling uie organization ot the new house. Wo have 149 straight Republicans elected and conceded to bo elected. That is a majority of oue over all ; but wo have besides, Bra mm of the Schuyl kill district in Pennsylvania, who was elected by Republican votes and who will act with us, and Smith, of Brook lyn, a thorough going Republican on national questions, who was elected bv a combination of independent Demo crats. We count confidently on him. Then there aro 6even Greenbackers. Four of them are from Missouri, and are as good Republicans as anybody. I think tho Republican nominee for speaker will have 153 votes, with 140 in opposition ; so you see we haye a oocl safe working majority." We understand that the judges of the supreme court, in, answer to the .questions proposed to them by the governor relative to tho validity of the election of Mr. Taft to the bench, have given as their opinion, that his commission can legally be issued, and that he will hold tho office from the date of that commission until Deo. 1, 1882. Legislative Notes. A bill practically abolishing the grand jury system anu placing me worn uii me State's Atturnies, has been passed by both houses of the Legislature. The Judiciary committee of the House will report a bill authorizing the gover nor to detail not less than three compan ies of tho state militia to attend the York town centennial next October, and appro printing $3000 for expenses. The validity of ex-Gov. Tuft's election to the supreme court is questioned, and the governor lias sent series of questions to each member of the court bearing up on the matter, and will not issue the com mission until he learns their answer. The House lias rejected all proposals looking to the reduction of the pay of legislators. The joint committee on aflairs pertain ing to the insane have unanimously rce omeiuled building a state asylum and the withdrawal of tho state patronage lrom the Brattleboro asylum. The bill protecting the people from be ing imposed upon by quack dentists will be recommended adversely. . The Senate has unanimously passed the I proposed constitutional amendment pro viding for lilling vacancies lu the Senate and House. To reduce tho number of representatives to 150 is an amendment to the constitution proposed by the senate to tire house of representatives. ' In both houses 034 bills have been in troduced, which exceeds tho great num ber of 1872, when it was C15. it was 550 iu 1870. v - Senator Ponton's nuisance bill, soon to become a law. is probably tho most skill ful framed piece of legislature against the liquor tratllc ever brought before any law-making body, and it rellects great credit upon its author. No more ctllcient aid to the temperance cause was ever de vised. Journal. Tho senate, has abolished the offices of superintendents of agriculture and educa tion and that of railroad commissioner. The joint special committee on tho re vision of the laws made its report to tho legislature Friday. Mr. Clarence II. Pit kin of Montpelier was recommended to be the commissioner to make the margi al annotations of the decisions of tho su premo court in the new edition of the laws ; and Mr. Ashton H. Wlllard of Mont pelier was recommended to bo the com missioner to edit and superintend the publication or the laws. Mr. Judevine's bill to provide for val ued policies lu lire insurance will bn re ported adversely by the committee. Tills bill has created a great deal of interest In insurance circles. The final hearing and arguments in Hayden's case were had in Representa tives Hall Friday evening. Hon. Heman S. Royco, of St. Albans, made the closing argument in behalf of tho state, and Hon. Henry Ballard closed for the criminal. There was quite a struggle over the question of tinal adjournment Tn the house, some insisting Unit the legislature must adjourn next week Friday whether busi ness was conciuueu or not. Dot tno ma jority decided to finish business If it took an winter. Tho committee on redtstrictinar the stntn has decided to report the following divis ion io oe tne new aistncts, in case con gress snotuct mane a new appointment and Vermont should lose a representative. x iiu nisi, uisuiuii uuiiiains tne loiiowing counties : Addison, Bennington, Chitten- nun, iiAiiKuii, umuu isic. Xjainoiiie ami The Patent Office did a large and profitable business during the last fiscal year. More than 20,000 applications were received, more than 12,000 pa tents granted, and there was net revenue to the Government, over all expenses, of nearly $200,000. So the apple-purer that won't peel, and the abortive flytrap, and tho perpetual in everything but motion machine that is perpetual in everything but motion, and all the thousand other short-lived products of Yankee. Inventive genius lhat appear every year in Washington have their uses. They do no harm to the useful inventions, and they help Uncle Sam a very littlo with his annu al urns. It is stated at Washington that the superintendent of the census has the entire enumeration forthe whole conn try ready for congress, excepting one uistnci oi ovya, wincn Das not been heard from.. Rutland, with a nomilation of about lfiS.- uuo ; me seconu district, Caledonia, Essex, Orleans, Orange. Washington, Windham and Windsor, with a population of about 164,200. The governor has signed ninety-three bills. The house has killed one hunilrerl and twenty-seven bills and the senate thirty-nine, making one hundred and six ty-six in an. The recent meeting at Montnclier of the county Clerks to canvass the itilectoral vote, cost the State about $1,000, Of this sum $619.21 were for the fees, attendance, etc., of the County Clerks ; the balance goes to officers that carry returns from towns to the country seat. The meetings of toe Electoral Collcgo oost tho State 9184.20. Ibe messenger that carries tne vote to Vt ashington receives from "Uncle Sam" $2.54 per mile, one wav. which amounts to nearly $200 for our tial post-office January 1st, with salary of $1000. Lucius B. Learnerd, died, at Mil ton, of heart-disease. f!mok. of Brandon, makes 11 1-4 lbs. of butter per week from grade Durham. Tim hens at Albureh seem to be starting up in business, 420,000 eggs having been shipped from that station in one day last montn Urn. TUsford's son lost a finger iu a corn cutter. Mrs. Amanda Bradley, of Essex, died recently, age 90 years Judge I. C. Winch, of Houston, Texas, formerly of Northfield,) died Dec. 7th. Chelsea is afllicted with mumps, measles and diphtheria CrafUburv people pay 32 cents a bushel for potatoes $8 for hay and 32 cents for oats. The 12th, winter meeting of the Vt. Dairyman's Association will be held at tho Weldon House, St. Albans, Jan. 19th. 20th, and 21st. The usual railroad and hotel courtesies will bo extended. Sheriff S. N. Stitnson of Windsor county, who has just retired from of fice after 12-years' service, has Hung seven persons, with no bungling. Five people want one olllco at Vergenucs. It is tho pot-of!W. At Mclndoes Falls 85 men saw 10,000 feet of lumber daily. Mrs. Delight Rogers, of Athens, 77 years of age, wove forty yards of flue flannel in a hand loom, weaving but a littlo short of three yards a day. Maurice Bowen has been pardon ed by Gov. Farnham. D- M. Dustan, principal of the academy at Morruville, lives at Peter- boro, N. H. Harvey Kich, principal at Peterboro, lives at Morrisville. Each got the other his school. St. Albans Messenger. Henry Withara, who mnrdcred EdsOn Fuller at Readsboro, on Thanks giving night, has been arrested and committed for trial. The prisoner has been long looked upon as a hard character. Hon. James D. Bell, of Waldon, died instantly Monday morning, Dec. Cth. He attended church Sunday, and appeared as well as usual up to the moment of his death The First National Bank of this place will refuse Canada paper money after January 1st, except at a discount of five per cent. Canada money and trade dollars are a great nuisance, be. cause in some places they are current and in others not, and the sooner the question is settled of what is current and what not current, the better for all business. Caledonian. An item is going the rounds of tne Mate press to the effect that pure black marble has been discovered near Brandon and a quarry will be open ed in the spring. The marble is of tho finest hitherto dis covered in Ver mont, and as pure as the far famed statuary layer of the Rutland marble. Three cars of the Montreal ex press north on the Bennington and Rutland railroad were thrown from tho track by a broken rail at South Wal lingford Monday afternoon, and sev eral passengers were injured. Mrs. A. P. Childs was severely cut on the face, and her youngest child, four years old, is thought to be internally injured, but at last accounts was im proving. The oldest child, Ethel, escaped injury NOTES. Senator Morrill, although In his 71st . m -rrilllHT ft 11(1 year, is said to ioo. j""-o fresh as a man oi ov. Gen. Butler says he is willing to go to Dublin ami dtfeud rarnci u mC hearing can be postponed until he cau go- Senator Blaine has prcparci u. to reduce letter postage from three to two ceuts. He will inirouuce n Senate in a day or two. Th cat-UiU that crow so plcnliiui- lvin our swamps have suddenly become a' valuable article for iiiterioroinnmcn- tation in conjunction with grasses anu plums. Oue Boston firm has sold 000 worth. Nothing is more easily earned than . v.mna AVOr money, lsut unless mom-j tho broad macadamized road of the Ten Commandments nothing so cer tainly impoverishes a man. v. Herald. An nlil crpntlpuiaii. the first time he ate an oyster stew, was asked how he liked it 'Well," ho answered, "I ike .i. ,,... .oil n,ti!T i. out 1 wisueu they'd left out them Polhwogs. Robert T. Lincoln, son of tho mar ...j i..cwi.i.t rtHrt-ived more votes than an v other candidate for Presiden tial elector in Illinois. P.Pinhardt. was born in Paris 1844 and her mother was a Jewess. She hn l.ppn a successful dramatist from her first appeacancs. The wheat crop of the year is esti mated at 480,000,000 bushels, against 449,000,000 bushels in 189. What phase of human nature was it that caused Mrs. Meaker, tho raur ,Wpa. tn have uoueimost in her thoughts, a picture of her face to leave whpn she is cone. It would seem more rational had she desired to take herself out of the memory of all she leaves behind. According to Parisian reports, there is likely to be another change in the manner of dressing the hair. Ladies are already tired of wearing flat and crimned bandeaux and small, flat chig nons. At dinner the hair may alrea dy be seen dressed in the back with larger chignons and not as flat on the lop of the head as it has been worn t. - - maf! A f AMTAt State fKI.Ti.la to n.i " nlake , W there, "'L " He fulled. We old person y"'r tf"' j" Aee.ndlir- ''1! .ST t "t OoU did not nrniny - , u our rami. onlsl.. ,l, f youth, but there ,he fields .... ner. nd ,VV latlrti STOVES ! M ifier iii the world Is tie to :u i ne - - -: ..,xv uuar- intecd by your own lrgglt. ...,..-.!.. .i.,rl.. llCaws. For diseases 1-ern-vnj , uMumnincr i.i..nt i.imilm. . ruiii'. " 1. Safe? reliable, and effectual remedy. ,..-... r,,.HlrHke Bitters act upon II secretions, purnj ' tify the system against disease. Horsemen. Ask your Henry A Johnson s A rule;, and OH Lini ment, and keep it always in tne use in case of aeciurin. STOVES ! 'V : rjti . It U'. A i A DISCOVERY lr a. nus. u i.m iw; h; r i -"" u oi,., nt J. DISEASES Cr THtV n.,,,.,,.,,l.r:'!': 1 "- What Happened to MR. JOSEPH BEACH. ... tm h. siin-rr pr "tT.V" 1 ' . . I., week. ,.t remarkable eases Uiat hai ever been broKht to the notice of the pnblle, I. that of sir. j.o. . .... ... D..rh hnl .iiflVrod lnce wwwr from h prewnce of Calrtilu. or Stone in Uie right v.. in. limn acven plivsiclani were em. ployed at different times, to whom Mr. Beach paid v J .... - II I lM.tm.lll With hundreds of dollars lor mrai I desire to announce that I have just returned from market where I have purchased the Largest and Best line of STOVES ever brought into Lamoille County, and I believe ever in Northern Vermont. Buying in very large quan i i ti titles lor casn oniy, enauics me to sell blUVM ar. iow prices. Every STOVE sold is guar anteed to fully meet every rep resentation made at the time of its sale, and may be returned Uil .1 now tl,.. " are a long t line h..(o?Ti, : loim, a .., ,.'!'. ilMh.f. of ,.r,o.,?:r;..n ; al r etpel Hi- r'. i I lirlnf; .ml. .. In ' II 1 K Vntilfte' f .r lue l . nurt Hii tliK'l luilwi An; onin en otbfr ti I to 1 II TUB STJ. iudTTK' a. m. 7 U 7 7 s; 7 7 44 7 S 01 8 iu s the Uitf. The Illustrated Chmstiax Week i.r.-We are ouite certain that the reader of this, if lie tlocs not already take it, will find a rich treasure in The Illustrated Vhristiua Meekly, publish ed by the American Tract Society. It is intended to counteract the influence of the sensational and corrupting pic torials which are so fatal amonj the youth of even good families. It is suDeiblf illustrated with the finest wood engravings, enriched by choice contributions from many of the best writers of tho day, contains first- class stones for the youth, well-con sidered editorials for the thoughtful, able notes on tho International Sunday School Lessons for teachers and schol ars, and a trustworthy outlook on the news of the da v. Do you want nil this and much more? Then let Tha lllunlrated Chrialian Weekly find an entrance into your home, and your heart will be warmed and gladdened by its very presence. Giving as it docs twelve pages week-' ly, with about lour hundred cuts year ly, elegantly punted on line paper, and at the low price of $2,50 per year, postpaid, we do not think that for quality or price it can be excelled. Sample copiet sent tree on appli cation. ... . n.iinr imm his SKonv, lly the urgent solicimuoimuii... ii. .m,. ,1 alter tniriV UaVS iriUl 11 11 1UUS ,.ced to try Dr. David Kennedy's "Favorite J to meet the recommendation given it. Any STOVE which I ad vise my customers to purchase, may be returned after thirty days' trial, if it docs not prove satisfactory in every particular, STOVES delivered free of charge of freight at any depot on the line of the St. Johnsbury & Lake Champlain Railroad CARROLL S. PAGE Carrollton, Ga., claims an increase or 150 per cent In business as the re sult of live years prohibition of liquor n i rm .k-irtrt,n. - seiung. j. ne szuu,uuu annual trade of the town before prohibition has grown to $500,000, and purely on business principles the merchants are said to be almost unanimously oppos ed to liquor selling. . n..miv"-ii)iienced a maraca improvm.... fr.,.n the first day ho began to use the me.Uclne : "on the lth of September he voided a stone as laao as could be passed through the natural r.hmtnol. Mr. Beach concludes a long letter to vt. Ken ncdv br savin : "It will always anom me piens ure to recommend the "Favorite Remedy" to Ihoso who mv be suffering from difficulties or uie ma nevs sud Bladder, or any disorders arising from n imutire state of the blood. The "ravorile ii,.m..iiv" sold bv nil UrumrlBts. ine iociors only addresBS, Is Kondout, New York D. C. HARDY; nKl'l'TY RIIEItlFF.DETKUTlVi; akd auv I'lllVb-li'll All business entrusted to bis care will be promptly attcuded to. 1'OBt-olllce, Morrisville, Vt. H. C. LANPHER, TVKPUTY SI1EHIFF ft AUCTIONEER, Business from parties residing out of the county will receive uroinpt attention, iiyue rers, , i. HENDEE & FISK, k TTOHVEYS AT LAW. A Morrisville. Vt. CRO. W. llENDEB. H.J. IBK. Mr. risk's connection with th Tatent Ohlce at Wa.liinCiiii l'(.r a number of years enuliles him to urocurc imtt-nts sucedilv, and, he believer, to the entire shUhhi-Iichi ol tlie iipnlii'mit. Several valu able inventions lor sale on easv terms. A. A. MILES, A TTOIINEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN 2. CUANCLHY. Morrisville. Vt. -Offlce at residence, first door east of Robert's .leweiry suop. Fire oml l.tro liiBiimtice solicited. Insurance placed in jrooil imh! roliHble coin pontes. All businima entrusted to uiu will be promptly mi iiii in nnj aLif7iniT:ii iv. u iiuiusiiur, w ...I UU...I I THE RNiv.... I We ssy K-itirHr. ,4 wk,..ut f ?rx"?.,KiBNrrss t iu.ai.ii.ir cure ii.r eitVi ' . It Isihr u mriM, r- f eompllnt, nod n..,re , tlll ? .! anybilirrlKsiinriii Ktuu.,,1' I STRONGLY ENBcV U:r. liif lllsmre una n-ij, ..''ss a l.lfe was hm c d,- rlHii't! '' ' ll.cuery. .nj . ,rV f", J,""- !V'SI KIIINKY PAIh I esses nt luag stanalsi. isjf.'i F turn Adilrrss, " ! ri-u DA if KIDNEY PAB in ., , , CaUTION.PK!-.:i tlon. we ridM-iir rt'Pthen"',lt"'"'. Ask f.r DAY'S KIDNKV tit 1 and sua will uui tu ilttei el UFA. S.OOUHMir. .4Tlils, lloHton. pteeai se w keeper ire a symptom of:: R Dy:-pcp:iia,Consfipai mtt' ... ' .t. K. IB. OAATtRolj SPi cs subsci News the rs El To en. our subs the best $4.00 in 4th. 81.0 -tlm-ided niittee c rai So eseai in lenKt' year lio written wi.y cai several tlertakii of the e til after their ui STOVES ! STOVES ! STOVES M. O. TTORNEY. HEATH, Johnson, Vt. LAW OFFICE, TT P. MACL'TCIIAN. V . Stnwc.Vt. Business promptly, cheaply ana satistiicturtiy uonc. BRICHAM & WATERMAN, A TTOUNEYS A COUNSELORS AT I,AW'. 1 V Hyde Park, Vt. ' Waldo Brioiiam. Gko. I.. vVateiiman. Political. The people of Iowa adopted at the late election by a majority of 88,294 a proposed amendment to the consti tution of their State, making colored men eligible to the Legislature. The Anti-Masonic candidate for president received in all about 850 votes, lacking as the Chicago Trib u?ieput8 it only 9,193,000of a popu lar majority. Hon. Luke P. Poland has been men tioned by the Cabinet makers at Wash ington as prominent among the names talked of for Garfield's attorney gen eral. The Democrats in both Houses of Congress are very anxious to avoid an extra session, and consequently will make no further opposition to an ap propriation to pay the mniBhals. St. Nicholas for 1881. 5000 For Euglaud, 100,000 For Ameri ca. - i St. Nicholas, the charming magazine for boys and girts, edited, by Mrs. Mary Mupcs Dodge, m increased so much in size and number Of pages during tiie year past that the publishers have been obliged to issue the yeaily volume hi two parts, instead of one ai heretofore. As to its circulation, they report a gain of 10,000 iu the average aionthly editions of 1880 over lSi'J. nil announcements tor the coming year include a capital Berial storv for hoys, hill of exeitinc adventure. "In Nature's Wonderland," or. Advent ures in the American Tropics; Stories of Art aim artists, oy airs, uiara i.rsklne Clement, a faithful outline of the history of European Art. with man v illustrations ; "I'haston Roger," a delightful and hu morous serial h v Rosslter Johnson ; "Mys tery in a Mansion," a six mouths' serial; The Trasure-lJox of Literature, directing and encouraging young people in the best reading; rue Affassiz Assoelution, fully explained in uie November number; "TwoEnglish Queens," by Mrs.Oliphant; "The Land of Nod," a children's operetta, with music, full of charming tableaux and effects; A series of beautifully illus trated Ballads for .Young Folks, bcgin nln; with the Christmas number; A Spec- uii xMiugci ot jt .airy stories Dy Frank It, istocktun the, nrst of which is in the November number: An Indian Story by "Blight Eyes'.'' the Ponca Indian maiden; a splendid "holiday story, "A Christmas with the Man in the Moon," oy uasumgton Ulauucn. Upen-air Ta pers, stories of sports, and games, will De continued, with all the popular depart- uieias. (subscriptions beginning with the No vember issue will include "the wonderful Christmas number." of which the edition will be 5,000 in Emrland and 10.000 in America. The price of this number, to be issued about November 30th, will be 30 cents. Regular price $3.00 a year; 25 cents a mimuer, or sale, and subscriptions re ceived, by all dealers, or the publishers. T XT Tl r., 1 , . . . . dkk, ot xoieuo. u:o, gays. My father, before wearing the 'Only Lung rnd," could not sleep nights on ac count, oi ins violent cougning; since wear ing it ne nas slept soundly every niglit.- P. W. J. PECK, -All work warranted. Johnson, VI. It is a fact well established by tinqucs- uuiiiiuio luguiuuiiy, xuat nan s 11 air Jte newer renews, cleanses, brightens, i n vie- vigorates and restores to Its original color and luster.faded, grey or discolored hair, cheaply, quickly and surely. The poor est iwpie pi-eier to oily it and use It, rather than to proclaim in a manner more forcibly than words can delineate, through blanched loeks orgrizzly heard, that they aiQDwunu imposing to uecay. very short trial will convince the most akentie.. al that It does eradicate the scalp diseases which rob the hair of its color and life. iron ucott .Kan.) Vatly Monitor. . H. W. HENDRICK, M. D., piIYSICIAN a SL'ROEOX, iryde l'ark, Vt. VALLEY HOUSE, -v T P. 11UTT8, Proprietor, North Hyde 1'atk, Vt. CITY HOTEL, JK. MARTIN, Proprietor, tor. Coujtross and Greene Streets, Portland, Maine. AMERICAN HOUSE, T 8. DItEW", Proprietor, -IJ Burllnitton, Vt. r irst-class accommodations. Stage runs to and irom an me irains ana stcainnoais. VAN NESS HOUSE, C. BARBER Jt O. B. FERGUSON, Prop'rs., Burlington, Vt. Stock Broker. Good Dnlrv Cows. New Miloh n. a omcm, ,-n iMii.i.uiuy on nana, lor sale on easy uuuiuu.wi viiu sniiic rumour ftttenilcd '"J'y. J. C. II AH is. 1J-" Moirlsviilo, Vt. CENTRAL VERMONT. TRAINS GOING SOUTH. mail. From Uxdensburv, .St. Albans and fiur- ', " Hiuruui-y a. m., lor Boston, hew Y ork and Intermediate points. iJ"'11"-LeTC8 Montreal 7.18 a. m., BurllnBtoa 10.IIS a. m., Waterbury 11.25 a. m., for Boston and New York, aud Intermediate points. MlXKii TltAI. Leaves St. Albans 8.20 p.m.. Burlinsrton 4.40 p. m, Waterbury 6.32 p. m., for Montpelier and NorthflelU. Night ExPitKSs.-Froin OKdensburg.Montreal, St. Albans and Burlington, leaves Waterburv li ra P-ni., lor Boston, New York and intermediate TItAIWS GOING KORTII. accommodation. Leaves 5) m Uifleld S.4Aa.m. wawrimry 9.37 a. m., for Burlington, Rutlaad. St. Albans and St Johns. Accom MoiiATioN. From White River June. Hon, eaves Waterbury 1 1.25 a. m., for Burlington, i.. tm in.ni nun luiuac B 1 Ul. LxritEsg Mail. Leave Boston 8.30 a uV r. si7 ; ,m" walerbury 4.23 p. in., for and a!S West Albn8' l!ll"8''rg, Montreal .1 A(lcoMJioiiATloN.-Leavcs White River Juno. 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